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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 March 1895

TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, MARCH 28. 1895. VOL. 5. NO. 30 LADIES AT$1.35PAIR. Ladles' Dongola Oxfords, in three styles cloth top, patent tip and facing. AT 75c PAIR. Ladies' Dongola Oxfords, patent tip, extr good value. AT $1.50 PAIR. ladies' Genuine Dongola Button Shoes all styles, solid throughout. f - PPM. .11 ME3STS SHOES. AT $1.50 PAIR. Men's Satin Oil Shoes, lace and con grew all styles. AT $2.00 PAIR Men's Satin Calf Shoes, congress and lace, all styles. AT $4.00 PAIR. Men's Kangaroo, Cordovan and Patent Leather Shoes, congress nndlnce, worth 15.00. P. SUJA'RTIW & C ONE PRICE CASH HOUSE, Hutchinson, - xxsxrxxsjxx msxxxxzxj.xf t No Chance for an. 2 ARGUMENT!! 3 As usual ours is the cheapest but to further advertise our 8 At 0. . N A s NEW STORE We are giving away absolutely 1FREB With each child's suit over $1.00, 2 I A Base Ball, I A Bat .v. V, I and A Beit. Money always saved by dealin...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 March 1895

THE HVTCHKJSOM GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING AN 3 PSINTINO CO lu A. BllTTOK, Presid nt H. 8. Kostkb, fieo'y & Treat. OTCHI3IS3S, mm. When Miss Helen Gould thinks, tha matter over carefully we feel sure she Will decide to support "some good west cm man." We don't believe the Princess Maud will come into the garden or up to the altar of the Prince of Naples. Bhe's too much of an Englishwoman. A Pittsburg Judge has decided tb&t a fcaby may be held as security for Us own board bllL If an infant may be thus held why not also an adult? Let us hope the man or woman on whom the Worth mantle falls will not have such expensive Ideas when It comes to originating styles In sleeves. Southern Kansas Is to put in a large acreage of cotton this spring. Southern tates which are raising their own corn are not going to have any advantage of Kansas. If France follows the examples of Ger many hi excluding American dried ap ples, the supply of foreign champagnes la this country may be considerab...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 March 1895

EUGENE DEB'S TEIAL! IN THE UNITED STATES COURT i "TODAYI Bafaa Hearing ArcamanU In th Case of 'Dabs, rmldent of the American Kall '' way Union Dick ChaM Will Stay ' Awhile. Washington, March 25. The United States supreme court today began hearing arguments In the caBe of Debs, president of the Ameilcan Railway union, and others who participated .with him in the Chicago strike. The case comes, up on appeal from the Chi cago district court. Mr. Trumbull, for the defense, took Issue with the contention that the con stitutional provision for the regulation of commerce between the states gave authority for such proceedings as this 4n equity, but declared that this was entirely contrary to the holding of the courts. In support of which position he quoted various authorities. But even if this was correct, the present case was on confined entirely to the state of Illinois. Continuing, Mr. Trumbull declared that the supreme court of the United States had been overwhelmed with cases growing o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 March 1895

1l3utcMnson Cwette. Entered at the poatofllce in Hntuhlnuon, Kansas, as second class mutter. HORACE S. F.0STER, LEE A, HUTTON. Tin us or Subscbiption, $1.00 per Ybab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Driaggist inscriptions a Specialty. &orth Main street Hutchinson JNIONSi.9 LABEL TUB MUNICIPAL CONTEST. On next Tuesday the citizens will be called on again to choose ofliccra for the next two years. There are two tickets in the field, one styling itself as the Municipal ticket, the other as the Citizens ticket. Dr. Minor heads the municipal ticket while Mayor Vincent, received for the third time the nomination at the htnds of the citizens. Both of these gentlem an are well known to our city readera and probably better known to the majority of the citizens of Hutchinson than to the editor. As there are no political lines drawn populists, republicans or democrats can use their judgment in voting for either without in anyway departing from their iparty fealty. Both gentlemen are republicans. For ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 March 1895

t fctem Dtirsooos CO. , HUTCHISON, KANSAS. POINTER KO 146. The usual custom of dealers in millinery o get big pro fits is to well known to need emphasis. TRADITION and CUSTOM ' Have been set aside and it is a well established fact between our selves and tUoso in charge that this, our Millinery Department, is to b operated on the same plan OUR ulLLiNERY s to be sold oa the same Low Price Basis that we sell Dry Goods Odious extremes are ayoided in hat making here However, any pet idea or sug gestion of your own is welcome and will be heeded executed to the letter. The splendid trade in this depart ment to date demonstrates thi3 "low price" idea as manifestly practical as a welcome innovation to the re flestiye woman who likes to wear a handsome hat or bonnet as well as anyone, but who dislikes the idea of being overcharged for it no dark ness to mislead you, no dimness to confuse yon, no duskiness, no shade, no gloom here that might cause you to make an unwise selection: Quite the Con...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 March 1895

ARRESTED THE SON ! NO AM STREVIL CHARGED WITH HIS FATHER'S MURDER. Itewart Strevlll Vu Mm d -red In Hl Own Ooow, in Which He lived Alone Ho rar. tlcnlar BlotWe Apparent from the eanutancea Attending the Crime. Cir Fort Scott .Kan., March 26.-Noah Rtrevll. seed 28. son of Stnwurt Strevll. the ranchman who waa foun3 before his own lonely hearth on his rancn near this city about tw week ago .with his throat cut and hlfc head crush- ed, was arrested today charged wliu the murder of the father, whom he bad never seen until last July. This arerst revives the remarkable romantic Incidents of th murdered man's life. In 1868 he left his wife, now Mrs. Bowling, and an unborn babe In Bates county, Missouri, near Cres cent City. The babe was born a sou and tr mot' er hav"-? ro..l...i "- from Kansas) City that her husband, who had so mysteriously disappeared, had been killed at Kansas City and thrown in the river, marrtej jumcs Doling and moved to Bourbon county. The son grew to be 27 years old....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 March 1895

A Blandish (Mo ) rran has nearly puiwhed a rob mads wholly of oats j tkina. , ' On January 1, 1895, there were 8,035 V" galar women physicians la tbs i United States. ' The Missouri river was reported fro een from Its mouth to Its source, dur I tag the late arctio weather. Darin? the eighteen years ending Jane 30, 1890, 1,8'Jo person-, were killed (by cyclones in the United States. i Bradford, Eng., will make artificial (silk. I The new staircase at Arundel Castle (cost S9,ooo, but it is supposed that the jlDuke of Norfolk can foot the bill with tut having to pat his strawberry ileaves in pawn. Away from the treaty porta a Jap anese barter charges about three quarters of a cent for a hhavo If he as to go to hi customer's house the price is about four cents. I Forage made Bp in the form of brie s in beinsr tried by the French war ' (office The bricks are made of hay. 'oats and bran in cakes as hard as board, and can bo bandied r-asily. f The average annual import of raw Isllk since 1...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 28 March 1895

Born. 'fiday uightto Mr. and J. T. De y of this city, a boy. Three In One. 'Ue Ilaven Item, Andale Mentor and flopo Mentor appeared, last week, i a one paper, and what Is more it o be permanent. Mai r led. :Ja last Sunday at the residence of lister of Deeds Barret, Miss Mary raster was married to S. K. Mc uiant, by Rev. Terry of the Baptist urch. " . Beiaoved. a. F. Lacy, for 6"years a postal em ;yee of this city received his dis- iaal papers from the postmaster merul. Charges were filled against iai some months ago for drunkenness. The Outlook. The oldest Bottlers will Insist that a iff cold winter is a sore Indication of ood crop year. The Jf Jrst J ationai t nk of Hutchinson, Kansas, has faith i the outloou for 1895, and is strongly 4 tpp'led wiih ready cash and invites nimi tn noma and secure wnat loaey they may need to cbiry them uatll harvest. Their motto for the lines Is liberal accommodations at low iat8. Tne WwInw Ca. The ease of W. A. Woodrow, charg- 2 him with forgery and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 April 1895

TT IT TT O MMMMgMMMIjMMBMBaWaMBMIIIMJIMJMHIMOBMWWWMi I I I' II" II II Ill JII1IU11 llUmilUUJWUlllllWHUMHUU II I.I I I II I Hill IUU U1W ' THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. y0L 5 HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, APRIL 4, 1895. NO. 31 g i 7- : i ' i LADIES AT $1.35 PAIR. Ladies' Dongola Oxfords, in three styles-cloth top, patent tip and facing. AT 75c PAIR. Ladies' Dongola Oxfords, patent tip, extra good value. AT $1.50 PAIR. Ladies' Genuine Dongola Button Shoes-nil styles, eolid throughout. MEN'S SHOES. AT $1.50 PAIR. Men's Sttin Oil Shoes, lace andcongm s all stylos. AT $2.00 PAIR Men's Satin Culf Shoes, congress ami lace, all styles. AT $4.00 PAIR. Men's Kunghroc, Ccrduvan and Patent Leather Shoes, congress and lace, worth $5.U0. ONE PRICE Hutchinson, - Did You Ever Step Into fa V, H 8 S ! ,s N iX . .S A is 3 A brorod new suit of clothes that seemed as though it was made espceirlly for you. Cut the exact klinpo rf yourself. We'll, that...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 April 1895

THE HUTCHINSON GAZETTE THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING AMI PRINTINQ CO La A. Button, PivaJd oL H. S. FOSTER. Beo'y ft Treas. fiUTCHMSIX, KANSAS, The New "jersey legislature has Bought of Chicago nrm ior ii,u mm nf Htivl nle-eon holes worth $7,- 00. Even at that cost It will prove a paying Investment ir it serves w jus eon hole nine-tenths of the bills Intro duced. Never having Intended that the Ar menian Investigation should Investi gate, the unspeakable Turk has decided that It shall not go on until better weather comes. For the purpose of that Investigation better weather will nver come. In short, and with as much gallan try as the circumstances will admit, we think the female forgers who are now plying their vocations with such bril liant success ought to get exactly the same punishment as male forgers. This Is an age of equal rights. If the fool killer ever resumes business It will be his duty promptly to dispatch Calvin Ross of Shelbyvllle, Ind., who set a shotgun trap for thieves In hi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 April 1895

INDUSTRIAL LEGION CIRCULAR NO. I FROM NATION AL HEADQUARTERS. ThB POWER OF WALL STREET American Steam Laundry. HUTTOn & OSWALD, Proprietors. Von Instructions to Member of too Ordes The Call for Mlauta Men To Win the Buttle Wo Molt Be Well Orgaaiaod. Telephone xo7, West Sherman Street The National Industrial legion at Its annual meeting, held with Reform Press association at Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 22, 1895, elected the blowing offi cers for two years: Paul VanDervoort, commander, Oma ha, Neb. Frank Burket, vice commander, Okolona, Miss. J. A. Edgorton, adjutant general, Lincoln, Neb. Milton Park, quartermaster general, Dallas, Texas. W. 8. Morgan, sentinel, Hardy, Ark. Executive Council. Geo. F. Washburn, Boston, Mass. Thomas V. Cator, San Francisco, Cal. John W. Moakler, Denver, Colo. Rev. J. D. Botkln, Eldorado, Kan.' Arthur Rozelle, Tarklo, Mo. Headquarters will continue at Oma ha for the present at 1110 South Thirty second street, and all mall and appli cations for charter sh...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 April 1895

Ibutcbinson Qfeette. Entered ct the postoMco lu Ilnrclilnfon, Kaui-aT, at! second class matter. HORACE S.FOSTER, UE A, HUTTON. TsitMS OF SUBSCRIPTION) 1 .00 l'LH TLAll C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie Drixggist pjescriptions a Specialty, florth Main street Hutchinson Notwithstanding the fact Kansas h:is been redeemed a brutal prize fltfln took place in her bo.trders last week prob.ibly the lirst oecurauce of tin kind in her history We wish to iufiifm the News thut the populists uot what they "went af ter." We elected Georgo JJ.nclay ami Dick limine and by c:ic:trtoJ effort left the News favorite, Dan Iteid, tin fourth man in the race. We knocU-d a "Redeemer" wherever there was a chance. With SolMiller lighting Morrill, ai d Ewing -Herbert lighting Miller and Leland, ai d Bant Murdock llghtim; everybody, taken with the latest at tack on the committee appointed to Investigate the charges tailed against Ssuator Rogers by the Topeka Capital all goes to prove that harmony with a great big '-II" pre...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 April 1895

7 or nttr m u o : nn HUTCIIISOX, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 145. The usual custom of dealers in millinery o ge: big pro- emphasis. TRADITION and CUSTOM Have been set aside and it is a well established fact between our selves and those in charge that this, our Millinery Department, is to b operated on the same plan OUR MILLINERY s to be sold on the same Low Price Basis that we sell Dry Goods Odious extremes are ayoided in hat making here However, any pet idea or sug gestion of your own is welcome and will be heeded executed to the letter. The splendid trade in this depart ment to date demonstrates this "low price" idea a3 manifestly practical as a welcome innovation to the re flective woman who likes to wear a handsome hat or bonnet as well as anyone, but who dislikes the idea of being overcharged for it no dark ness to mislead you, no dimness to confuse you, no duskiness, no shade, no gloom here that might caine you to make an unwise selection: Quite the Contrary This department is radiant...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 April 1895

AN INVITATION! THE PRESIDENT AND HIS WIFE TO ATTEND A BANQUET. Jhe Addresses Exchange and Speaks to the Point Theodore Thornton Plant! three Ballet In the Bod of Bla Brother-ln. law, John Orton. Washington, April, 1. A large nun ber of prominent citizens of Chicago have set an Invitation to the President and Mrs. Cleveland to be present at a reception In their honor-expresfilng a sense of appreciation of the president's course In "favor of the preservation of a sound national currency." The Invitation has been presented to President Cleveland by a committee ap- pointed for that purpose and Is signed by the following: Michael Cudahy, president of the Cudahy Pocking com pany; John J. Mitchell, president of the Illinois Trust and Savings bank; Will lara H. Rand of Rand McNally & Co.; John J. P. O'Dell, president of the American Bank association and presi dent of the Union National bank; A. O Slaughter, O. T. Fuller of Fuller and Fuller; C. M. Henderson of C. M. Hen derson & Co....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 April 1895

ACUTE DYSPEPSIA. SYMPATHETIC HEART DISEASE OFTEN ATTENDS IT. Highest of all ia Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Cov't Report mm The Modem Treatment ConiUts la Ho moTtue; the C-ve. from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Republican. Mrs. V. Curlcy who baa resided In Clarence, Iowa, for the past twenty two yean, tells an Interesting atory of what she considers rescue from prema ture death. Her narrative follows: , "For ten years prior to 1894, I was a constant sufferer from acute stomach : trouble. I had all the manifold symp toms of acute dyspepsia, and at times other troubles were present in compli cation I did not know what it was to enjoy a meal. No matter how careful -1 might be as to the-qualltyi-quantlty-and preparation of my food, distress always followed eating-. I was despon dent and blue. Almost to the point of Insanity at times, and would have been glad to die. Ofttfh and often I could not sleep. Sympathetic heart trouble set In end time and again I was obliged to call a doctor in the night ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 4 April 1895

CltTT or TOROEBT.- . i " W. A. Woodward i'rfnad Gullly of Peultntlary Offence. The In bcicelineni Cnae Thrown oat of Court. As6tated in last week's Gazbtte tha inrv hnd returned it sealed ver diet In the case of W. A. Woodward rhnroeil with forcery. which would not be made public until the embezzle mailt case had been disposed of. Own ing to a technicality in the Indictment which failed to state as to the kinds of money be had embezzled the case waflhiownnutof court Untiio harfre or iorcery ne wao iuuuu o - The trial was Interesting from the start, on account of the prominence of ail pnnnectp.tX with it. The facts aa brought out in the evidence by the state are about as follows: W. A. Woodrow, a prominent man in the church circkB, aud a leader of tbe choir of the First M. E. church of this city has been en gaged in running a chattel mortgage and jewelry business in the city for years. About 5 years ago he began do ing business for Mrs. Sarah E. Charles, a widow lady and mother of Fr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 April 1895

'0, JpiiqtMFBJttltfMBtMtKKHKNKBK&lBtRKBBNtU 1 -- ... . . .. "MW1MlMHWMlM9IWWWWWBMBWBWBBBHBt THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDA Y NOON, APRIL 11, 1895. " 0. 32 ; f 1 . .. t ' i .. . .. ' 7. .71 1 ' "i SPECIALS FOR EASTER AT 20 dozen Ladies' Belt and Hote Sup fortera Our Price Bo each. 60 dozen Leghorn Fiats Our Price 10c eucli. 25 dozen Gents Teok Scarfs Four-in-IlHnd and Our Price 25c eacb 48 dozen Ladies' Sbii t Waists Are Eattcr Specials at ,.jfi each. 22 dozen Ladies' 7-hook Sii'de Kid Gloves Onr Price 75c pair H-dozen C-inch Monequatsire Chamois GlcveS Our Price Soo pair. 5 dozen Ladies' Dog Skin Gauntlet Driving Gloves Our Trice 100 pair 500 Ladies' 20-inch Umtrellas . Our Price $1.00 fl.25 and $1 50. Easter Capes, Easter Millinery and Silk Waists for Easter In Profusion. P. EU3ARTBN & CO., ONE PRICE Hutchinson, - Did You Ever Step Into A brmnd new suit of clothes that seemed as tbounk it was made e...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 April 1895

AN EASTER STORY. HO HAS NOT heard of Devon county? Devon -j- WAfw Bonnie Devon, wuu ySJirm lts almost Italian -sS?T .uina it hazv "tors," Its crystal stretches of rolling streams, Its coast combes, through which the sea-foam rushes white as carded wool, and those eep, winding lanes, almost over reached with honeysuckle and wild briar, the delicious windings of which seemed designed by Cupid for his de votees alone. Charles Klrigsley tells how Grenvll, cousin of William the Conqueror, drew around him to those sequestered spots his trusty Saxon serfs and free Norse rovers and dark Silurian Britons, whose mingled blood still gives to De vonians their brave men and beauteous women. I Certainly John Maddock and Esther Wooding fully sustained their native country's reputation. Sweethearts they had ever been since the days when they went, hand in hand, to the white stone schoolhouse on the hill above Blde ford". And now John was first mate of an Indian ship, and he and Esther had met to bi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 April 1895

rl, I X Ly j !li I'll'! 3 yet ;;yr rss:s i.fcS THE ENGLISH PLAN. GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP IN OPERATION. Bednoed Bateg for Telegraphy Greater Conyenlence Increased Service How the System Is Conducted We Aro For Behind. A late report of tbe practical opera tion of the telegraph Byatem In Eng land will be read with interest. It proves that under government owner ship the public is served with greater satisfaction and it Is a strong argument for its adoption in this country. The Improvement in service and Increased convenience In every way Is so satis factory that the public would be very reluctant to permit. a return to the old system. An abbreviated extract from the report Is given in the following dis patch: "Washington, D. C A sketch show ing the great development of the tele graph In Great Britain since it passed under government control in 1870 is given In a report to the state depart ment from Consular Clerk Martin. Ho shows that all of the separate com panies' lines were taken by th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 April 1895

T&utcMnson 3a3ette. btand t the postofflce In Hntohlnson, Euuu, s second class matter. I NOIACE I. FOSTER, LEE . MUTTON. Taaas or Subscription, II .00 Pa Tiab C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie IDnaggist Inscriptions a Specialty. Aorth Main street Hutchinson J. M Thukston, the head attorney of the Union l'aciiic will address the republican state league meeting at Topekanext week. J. Rats Uuirton seems to be rebuilding his fences. Of course, Dick Chase Is guilty. Hasn't the committee proof of it in the three first witnesses examined? They were all negre women and ex-convicts, at that. Surely no other evidence is needed. Turn him out. True late legislature seeing that there was a dearth of office seekers, manufactured a new office, that of state accountant After the place was mat'e Morrill appointed an English man to Oil it, who had been a citizen of the United States just three days. In fact,be swore allegiance to the con stitution so that he might qualify. The News says, "a conspiracy" ex is...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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