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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 10 September 1891

trsg?Ws&r';" " "V-y?g:jgg'gyJ,,-g'-gT ig,'-.J,Vt!r"'.. v .jaw. -; :ic'"5,'r i j- fW ,. -SB?; f R? SV .5 i.i !,. The Globe-Republican. NOTICE to COKBESTOXDESTS. Correspondents -wilt plen-e bear in mind int. nil inn-iviiinus communications sent to that: tbis office for publication, are carelollj tiled i awav in the stove, unless tue name ui mc writer and hi address accompanies thesame. Not for the purpose of publication, but as a puarantee of their ;jod faith aud a knowl edge on our part where and from whom the communication comes, l'lea.-e write plain, be particular about name, and write on but one aide of the paper. Jacket Store !, School Supplies I School Supplies ! Slates. Slates. f Tablets. Tablets. Ink." Ink. Pencils. Pencils.' Pens. Pens. I, Cravons. Cravons. I School Bags. School Bags, fV. Scholars' companion book straps. Don't forget to see our stock be fore buvin?: elsewhere. We will save vou jnonev. Racket Store. A. F. HALLETT. LOCAL BREVITIES. The river ha reached low ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 10 September 1891

r"V T ,V"r " V-4 Ti tig--Mytf "&$;' tr"Tjr',t f--J'4?-l PJaiS "1 STJr lfc41tptiWicaiu foblisktd Bj the Glcbe-Repnblican I&iisaing Co. DODGE CITY, .KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Atmca is now completely encircled Ty sub-marine cables, which -make up altogether a length ot 17,000 miles. In forty years -the run across the Atlantic has been reduced one-half. "What -will the next -forty years bring -forth? A LEADING hotel at Asbury Paric, N. jr., has been fined S100 for serving oleo margarine to its guests, who did not de "iect the imposition. The buffalo fly has made its appear ance in the territory about Susque liana, Pz., and is causing cows and Worses much trouble. A ketired English officer has re ceived a dispatch from Balmaceda an nouncing that he will start for Europe ttbe first opportunity. The business men of Evaosville, Ind., are making preparations ior a grand reception to the western waterways delegation next month. The national debt of Germany, which is much smaller than t...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 10 September 1891

jrs" jHr, fC 11 v fc 11)0 (5l0btHtpubitcan. PnMisied By the GIobe-Republieui Pnbluilas.Co '- - - DODGE CITY, - - - - KANSAS. A FRIEND AFAR. Tell me, yon who went to sleep Many years ago, Leaving us to silence deep In this world below Have yon found that Inner liTe Whereof we did talk. Far removed from hate and strife, Peace your daily walk? "When you dropped your eyelids down, Did there seem to fall Through the silence, like a crown, A sweet, silvery call; Did your tears disturb your rest! Could you hear us sob! "Would your death have seemed more ble3t, Had we hushed each throb! Is that new world fair and bright As we used to deem! Have you knowledge! Have you light On each earthly theme! .JJever any word comes back Since you left this shore. If of joy yon know no lack Never any more. Could we know, O friend afar! Where your footsteps tread. On some glorified bright star. Crowned with peace your head; Could you but one garland drop From your asphodel How our wondarings would stop, A...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 10 September 1891

E. " aVMaVMPVMpVBBfiV 33? vNis9SirefiMeij'!WFJ ' . ' ywrT r; T?v vri';. H71,7, '5? Willis: Hello. Bingbam. So your uncle left vou 8100.000, did be? What will you do witb it? Bingbam (sarcastically') : Going to turn j it nvflr to mv friends. Thcv all know- better than I what should be done with if? De Witt's Sarsaparilla destroys such poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema, rheumatism. Its timely use saves many lives. Willie's Suggestions. Mamma (to little Willie) Come, now, Willie, and take this spoonfull of castor oil like a good boy. Little Willie (fretfully) I don't like the nasty stuff! It don't taste good. What's it for, anyhow?" ' Mamma-It's to act on yourliver, Willie. Little Willie (firmly) -Theu you'll have to get it to my liver by some other route than down my throat. Why can't you inject it into m veins as the doctor does j morphine into Aunt Priscilla.s? Or why can't you take the syringe and Mamma-There. Willie, you needn't take the castor oil." JRun out and play, for...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 17 September 1891

zSS&S&tsSS 9EF&3 i i man iiimh V ttuj.iii . iiaw) .fia, iWiji'iiiii.Ti.WiL w 1 f j ' i v Globe- The FOUD CO. GLOBE, Et.illlslicil !8'.cn-olldated,18. The FOKD CO. KEI'UBLI'.AN, " " J ' D0D5 CITY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTSKBEU 17, 1891. ' M?) r7 i .. RA.LROAD 7I&E CARD. OUR CAPITAL f I ' ......i " - ' -w,-,- -,;' I.XJ ;T ' ' i" - ;' .ii.7.. .' Republican THE vSXMggg&&j& H ik L? V"- liar feV fri s' ',. Special Correspondence to the Glohe-Re fuiilican. Washington,D. C Sept. 14th, 91. It is expected that one of the more immediate advantages of the leerproeitj treaty between the United Staffs and San Domingo will be the supplies of tropical fruits at very much lower rates than this country has eyerenjoyed. Re ciprocity is gradually and surely actaier ing the ends aimed at by the advocates and promptors of that policy. The time is not very distant when the opponents of reciprocity will be compelled to admi1 that James G. Blaine knew what he was about, and that he...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 17 September 1891

-'yifij4My 1 "y"'Wr-1p7MBft.gptt ,y "TV r :,. .W-'-y-IF;i6 l)c C51olicBctmliticaiu " Tnblished By the Globe-Repablican Pcblishing Co. DODGE CITY, - KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Was has broken out in the cracker trust. Canada, has sugar duties. refused to reduce its Eailroad officials are worried over the resigning of Judge Cooley. The people's party has decided to launch a state ticket in Michigan. The charter for a railroad into the Adirondacks has been filed with the New York secretary of state. Judge Lokexzo Sawyer, of Califor nia! died at San Francisco recently. In 1869 President Grant appointed him cir cuit judge. Duke Ratibor, of Germany, in view of the bad harvests, has remitted two thirds of the rents of the tenants on his estates. A kegro passenger on the 'Frisco, en route from Ohio to Texas, has success fully defied the Arkansas separate coach law, owing to the recent decision re garding inter-state passengers. The United States minister at Copen hagen, Hon. Clark E. Carr, has...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 17 September 1891

ar "Trf t -e if f1- glje glotegetmbUcan. Published By the Globe-Sepablicoa Fsbliihia; Co. DODGE CITY, - KANSAS. play not note more, von leetle There ieen a at San danc e as ne it, thea- the only of the in E city, a small mining town not far from that of Leadville. In one end of a low. rambling building1 had been erected a rude stage, the sides boarded off to serve as dressing rooms. At the other end was a bar where Sanford himself presided, and with the assistance of an over-grown, red-headed boy dispensed liquors. There were a f e w rooms above, the only ones in the town strangers might have for a night's lodging, so that the building was also termed the hotel. Business had been dull owing to the failure of the Little Giant mine to pan out, consequently the men of the place had little money to put into Sanford's coffers. "With proverbial obstinacy things had been going from bad to worse with the proprietor, and his late stage attractions had been succeeded by others still lower in ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 17 September 1891

" ToSTT1 ' .yw' if? - ifp' f- .T riMaaSaMJHi Brrrv?1 - ' The Globe-Republican. Published every Thursday By the Globe-Republican Publishing Co. OFFICIAL CITY ORGAN. Entered at the Postoflice at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the mails as second-class matter. "Sates e S-aTcscriytiosis (In Advance.) Onsj'ear $1.50 Three months 50 Sixmonths 75 Single conies...... 5 NOTICE TO SUBSCKIKEKS. Parties who find an X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that their subscription has expired and Is due. All such are kindly solicited to re mit to us the amount of the same. D.M.FKOST, I W. C. SHIX-V Editor and Manager. Aat. Editor and Man. THURSDAY. SEI 17. 1S9I. REPUBLICAN TH Kl.'i For Judge 27th Judicial District, A. J. ABBOTT, Of Finney County. Count)' Ticket. Tor Sheriff, C. M. BEESOX. For Treasurer. B. S. WILLIAMS. For Register of Deeds. J. A. ARMENT. For County Clerk, 'R. F. SCOFFERN. For County Surveyor, T.L.tDELLIXGER. For Coroner, DR. S. J. CRUMBINE...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 17 September 1891

5-V t X Px. I: M k K V fS The Globe-Republican. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents will please bear in rnmd that ail anonyinou.- communications sent to ( this office for publication, are carefully med awav in the stove, unless the name of the writer and his address accompanies the same. Not for the purpose of publication, but as a sruaruntee of their jrood faith and a knowl- edge onour part where and from whom the communication come.-.. I'ie.ise write plain, be particular about names, and -write on bat one aide of the paper. Coal. J. B. LANTZ. CANON VICTOR TRINIDAD, PLEASANTON -I O Leave your ortiers at W . C. Shiun's , feet! store where the coal will be weighed. E. A. BICKERSOX, ,r I Aiuuager. Local Brevities. Axman, spare that joint. Several of the Santa Fe boys have been transferred to the Chicago division. Will nopper and James Johnston of Cimarron, were in the metropolis Mon dav. There are a number of gentlemen now in the city who are looking at our cheap wheat land. Miss...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 17 September 1891

'VK vv?tFS vjSi'JBV ? n. ORTH H. STEIN AGAIN. Parties Pat Him la Jail .Expecting Biff Be ward. Atlanta, Ga., Sept 14. Orth H. 'Stein, notorious as a newspaper work er and a criminal, the murderer of 'Fredericks in Kansas City and the worker of all sorts of shady dodges, lies in the little jail at Decatur, having been arrested in Stone mountain upon the supposition that he had hanging -over his head big rewards for serious and sundry offenses. The officers be lieve they have a big catch, as it is un- derstood here the rewards offered will -equal S10.000. Stein was released from the Florida penitentiary by a special act of the leg islature before his term expired four -months ago. He then went to Savan nah, where he worked until last week, when he came here, and under the mame of John B. Raymond obtained -work on the Constitution. He is an ex ceedingly clever newspaper man and sketch artist and could have found permanent work, but left, as he said, to accept a place with the art depar...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 17 September 1891

T t4i n 1 s VERY MUCH LIKE WAR. Great Britain Stakes a Bold Stroke la Checkmating France and Bosnia An Island Seized Near the Dardanelles. CossTAXTDfOPLE, Sept 15. Blue jackets and marines from a British, ironclad, with light field pieces and Gatling- puns, landed Sunday morn ing at Siri, on the island of Mitylene and formally occupied that place in the name of the queen of England. There is a good harbor at Sigri, and it is sup- posed that the British naval officers at Mitylene intend to fortify the island and make it a coaling1 station and ren dezvous for the British Mediterranean fleets. Sigri is on the coast of Mitvlene and is about sixty miles from the mouth of the Dardanelles. FIEST KEPORTS IX EXGI.A-I. Lojtdox, Sept. 15. When the report of the occupation of Mitvlene by a British force was received here there was considerable excitement. The St. James Gazette says that the startling- news concerning- the island of Mitylene obviously possesses political sijrnific3nce of the fir...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 17 September 1891

5BX sEniF'sK? frf-'Jl'fi0li -v'Ki- S S-&?a- k ? t- r The Y. P. S. C. E. Convention From the Kinsley Graphic. The secoud unuual convent iou of the Thirteeutli district of the Kansas Chris tian Eudeavor Union, was held at the Congregational church, Kinsley,Kansas, September 3rd and 4th in all the beauty and brightness of a. perfect September day. The chuich was most tastefully decorated. From the platform, the tall graceful calla-lily waved a stately wel welcome; geraniums breathed a message of love; pansies sweetly pleaded for thought, while golden-rodfl our bright, gay, golden-rod, nodded its yellow head in the sunlight, till fiom every nook and corner. God's love seemed to be shining upon us through His -flowers and sun shine. Although the number of delegates m attendance was not so large as expected, the interest aud enthusiasm was great. Each sesfciou was well attended, aud the presiding officer, J. G. Brinkman, of Great Bend, kept the speakers well up to time, aud in this he...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 September 1891

r-TSrT" H JHW $i??ZiftF&$?' t . ?"5ir,.ir - 3y? - 2R - B ! w T..1 li Tlie FORD CO. GLOKK, E-tnhliilHil So77. The FORD CO. ttEI'UIiLlCVS, " IS--!. DG0&E CITY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 189!. ' ConsoIidu.ted,1889. FffTEEXTH YEAR. VOL. XIV, NO. 48. FIT f----4m.rSJSPSSSmskr-" tw 'i,-,t -sssas- wiwji'- s'-BWKeefwBesu,Mfct- Su Hnrr'iw: uf arm Tuarwf. MFjfyyEMtib? Ww!i'-j-3t-- . THE , ' S. f tfv ' 1 . OUR CAPITAL Special Conepoudeiice to tho Gi.oin:-i:x 1'iinr.iCAX. Wasihngtox.D. CSept.21.-T. "01. Ex-Seuator lugali? of I:m-:u-. U in the city. He is here to plare his daiightei at school in the Academy of Visitation. The ex-Seuator called at the Tieasury Department yesterday ou business con nected with the Supervising Anchitect's office. lie wore a close-fitting light gray suit and gray overcoat. He has the ap pearance of a man who i entirely fcati fled with the way the world wags. "Yes said the ex-Senator to your correspon dent, "I am feeling good; fanning teems to agree with ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 September 1891

WP; - v f r;fSfTv,5:3r r SETTLERsJjDANEP Secretary Noble SmifMatake AriEtaWa to Be Made la tlMpRnsh or 4M4s1m Oklahoma He Avle CarefaleeM fa Locating Claims. .- -. Washington, Sept 19. Speaking' re yarding the conditions governing' the 'opening of the ceded lands in Okla " homa, Secretary Noble said: 4iThe conditions under which the proclama tion of the president opens the Indian purchases in Oklahoma territory Sep tember 22, while similar in some par ticulars to those existing when Okla homa itself was opened, are yet very materially different in others. Each of the Indians of the tribes selling to the United States had the reserved right by contract to to take an allotment and this . right he has exercised fully. The allot ments have all been made and the same have been approved in the department oi thie interior and to the bac ana uox Indians the patents have been issued. The Sac and Fox took 548 allotments of ICO acres each. The Iowas took 109, of eighty acres each, the Pottawat...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 September 1891

-"mJT? "S-f & 'f 'V 4 V l-W T u BE? E?e It i fo s & I I as5H 3UieLondetmS!p Job m BILLS FROM auSTK - Eflorta to Head Off Negotiations of the ,toicn 'Kotes Cold Kobbery at the iFacUlo Hotel, St. Joseph, Iiy Masked Men. I- u London, Sept '22. The jj. banking world of this city has just been 6tartled by' the announcement that a sensational bank robbery in which be tween S750.000 and Sl,2o0,000 was stolen, had taken place in the city. The institution that suffered is the London and 4Westininsterl bank (limit ed)?"! Lothbury,' E. C, an important establishment having- over fifteen branchesrin-the city. The money stolen, it would appear, consisted of a large parcel of bills re mitted from the country banks. The thief or thieves must have clever ly patched for the opportunity toa'c "cbmplish therobbary andsto lia've jralaedaccess jto nn1apartmentjiearv the jnain entrance of the bankT7 Tnis'was jKayuL access irom me street, ana tnc parcel of bills is supposed to have been stolen whil...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 September 1891

i-. ' J'JK'IU'!W!fWBppi"3r" -r-jwnt '-ifr l&''wl$VFg'V& $&&$$$ i "' 1 F I Mk &iaai Aaak Aaaa saaaBaB Tits' ?nm asVSB TJSm BfflSBf !f5y'i'!fy" 'jiijHpywpwyyjey l-g.Ll" 5' tkGkk-bailku Wii? ft. (HOTCf AL Ctft 4MHAV Satan aft tks i"oattaice at Da4e City, Kaasas, for tntasatMrtoa tanmga tba mails aa ascs'sd-claas matter. ttis JWavf a'al,wOiaiorltiaaT (la Adraaoa.) One year $1.50 Three month .... Six months 75 Mlnale oAp4ei .! NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties -who find an X after their name oa the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that their subscription has expired and Is due. All sneh ara Kindly solicited to re mit to us the amount of the same. D. M. FROST, I W. C. SHI3W. Editor and Manager. lAsst. Editor and Man. THURSDAY, SEP. 17. 1801. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Forjudge 27th Judicial DUtrlct, A. J- ABBOTT, Of Finney County. CMtr TirfcM. For Sheriff. C. M. BEESOX. For Treaturr. B. S. WILLIAMS. For Register of Deads. s J. A. ABMEXT. For County Clerk. R. F. SCOFFEBN. ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 September 1891

' "TF 'f jkw- - -sf f atr vi, ''4fWiPvWwmjf i;"m;gjnyiIV?l-'l'L,.'tff' IJ-'- 7 &s lit s. t -! n w Ml ?1 tta 5loi-Rxwkxaii. 1J1 ill 1 1 1 ill nilifftl-irf m m kut). witta alata. aad vtHcMbil oa aid of taaawper. Coal. J. B. LANTZ. CANON H VICTOR fRINIDAD 0 LEASANTON )0 Leare jour orders at TV. C. Sbinu's feed store where the coal will be weighed. EA.ICKERSON. Manager. LOCAL BREVITIES. Another party of eastern capitalists visited our city this week. Tlie wail of the calamity howler has given place to the bum of tbc thresher and creak of the over-loaded granery. A good three-room bouse for sale for $150. No eucumberance, and taxes paid. Inquire at Mrs. Killian's. Bids will be received for raising the stone wall ou east sideof'lrd ward school grounds. For further information in quire at the ofiiee of the of S. K. Martin Lumber (Jo. By order of Board of Education. Dodge City. Sept. 24. 1S91. Our citien who were ptcseuc at the Presbyteries chiiiuh last Monday night, enjoyed a raie trea...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 September 1891

T!"v-V NSJfff "'"' fynr,V ' V IB - Toblished BT..tta;.eXtaUHih?aii&W .-. -, r- M THE TvpRiv4tiai5.: - .&.-'. -id CuxnmaTY of the "Doily News. WASBDR6TOH WOTES. 0rsrs to the- numerous inquiries coming1 for "fractional -silver -coin, the United States treasury has prepared for transmission to all "banks and other financial institutions, and to the princi pal post 'offices, stating- in -substance that new halves and dimes -will be "fur nished in-sums of S500 or -more by ex press, free-erf 'charges, or by registered mail, in sums of multiples of S50, -registration charges. Secreta-rv Foster has -issued a cir cular giving notice that no more "bonds of the '4 loan "would 'be -received for continuance at 2 per cent, after the 30th. blonds notthen'continuedtvould "be redeemed on presentation. Secketakt "Foster insists that the treasury has all the money required to maintain a 'position of perfect ease without adopting a -policy of 'delayer xesorting to any action that was-not based-...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 September 1891

"- t;-"3WT'1 5T "ytr u ,oc&. .L 1 m K v HI M" ft" it .8 t li; .J. TTnrrijjTfnrmTtmTTOff They Will Be Amgoff the?&W;, .: tions of the World's Vain - - ;- Tfce'Agrt najsT'BriMIhg. Horttealfaral . , "'Mam sad MIbm mad MlBla-HIl ' ,yL - Voadcn or Architectural Skill and. Beat , Beauty. .., --Special Letter.! One of the most magnificent struct nres raised for the exposition is the agricultural building, of which McKim, Mead fc White, of New York, are the architects. The style of architecture is classic renaissance. The building is put up very near the shore of Lake Michigan, and is almost surrounded by j -agricultural ftnllciiflg the lagoons that lead into the park from the lake. The building is 500x 00 feet, its longest dimensions being east and west. The north line of the building is almost ou a line with the pier extending into the lake, on which heroic columns, emblematic of the thirteen original states, are raised. A lagoon stretches out along this entire front of the buildi...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 September 1891

--7V- "r 9 -xv-yriyv T "T' T X'jr v" """"Brr'Lj "-" " - J News scare. A food shower last Friday. Ageaalae old soaker on Saturday. Oar farmers busy plowing for wheat. Bev. Swann of Heston. filled the pul pit at the M. E. church Sunday evening. Jas. W. Emmons left Sunday for Wichita to serve as jurer at the fall term of the U. S. Court. R. W. Evans and Otto Mueller, tun prominent Dodgeites were in town Mon day night. C. F. Childs and family took their de parture Thursday for Eldorado, where they will make their home in the futuie. Mr. Childs has a position with the Mis souri Pacific railway at that place. John Tarbox had the misfortune to dis locate his hip one day last week. He was running the water tank for Fisher's threshing machine, and was at the resi dence of Joseph Dellinger where be had occasion to climb on the wind mill tower from which he fell. Dr. Hollowpeter reset the fractured limb. Two of our prominent citizens engaged in quite a lively '"set to" on the street Thursday. ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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