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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 5 November 1891

ii i ii m-j itwof M e The FOKD CO. GLOBE. Established 1877. Consolidated, 1889. The FOKD CO. KEFUHL1CAN, " 18s6. J DODGE C!TY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1891. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 2. 4- The Globe-Republican h : i ii & Ss. OUR CAPITAL. .Special Correspoifdeuce to the Gi.oiik:Jk PUBLICAN. Washington, D. (J.. Oct. 29, 1891. McKinley prices' do uot seem to in terest our fine trade friends as much a? they did. They are sadly different now adays to the importaut work of showing liow much higher everything is than it was before the passage of the McKinley tariff. J. M. Rothschild, of San Francisco, who is at the Arlington, is in Washington ia connection with some undervaluation cases which have occurred in this city. A large number of packages which wrrj supposed to coataiu linnen clothes were afterward found to be tilled with costly silks, and Mr. Rothschild was at the Treasury yesterday to seek some com promise with the government. In con versation with your correspondent...

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. — 5 November 1891

Bf?Kp 'W y, nv ' - " ' 1 lje (filolic-Brpl'lirmi- Fnblisliod By tie Globe-Republican Publishing Co. m DODGE CITY, - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LABGE. Summary of the Daily Newa WASHINGTON NOTES. Every Latin-American republic has accepted the invitation to participate in the Chicago -world's fair, Paraguay being the last on the list The president has appointed John T. Smalls postmaster at Portland, Me., vice Herbert G. Briggs, resigned. Capt. G. Lee Bbowx, Eleventh in fantry, has been ordered to Washing ton, having been designated as Indian agent at Pine Ridge, vice Capt C. G. Penney, Sixth infantry, relieved at his own request Chief Justice Fdxi.eb has returned to Washington and occupied his seat in the supreme court Immigration Commissioner Kemp ster, just back from Europe, charges Russia with cruel persecution of Ger man settlers, who are leaving by hun dreds. Henry Van Brunt, of Kansas City, Mo., has been appointed one of the com mittee of American architects to ar range for the w...

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. — 5 November 1891

v 9. & c lobf--c)ubIiran. Fablished 67 the Globe-Eepablican Pnbli&in$ Co. DODGE CITY, - KANSAS. -A STRANGER ON THE DOORSILL. " Come in, stranger! Take a seat there In that or splint bottom chair. Things air not so very neat here: Shu there, chickens! I declare! Seems they can't keep out one minute Less I give 'em all the scraps: Kectry's nice; have you been in it Very long Trav'ler, perhaps, Er a neighbor of up kentry, Lookin' cattle er stray sheep? Strange; but somethin' like a sentry One must be tu his stock keep. " Ain't out lookin' stock! I guess then Land is what ye're after here: Soil is good, but timber's less than What should be, an' lumber's dear; One can't build a half a house here 'Thout a thousand dollars down; An', if one would keep a spouse here Nice an' tidy, he should own Er have handy heaps o' money; Clothln' costs a mighty sight Don't ye want land? Wal! that's funny, Seems I'm off, long ways, frum right. Then it's work ye're likely wishin? Yet I'd hardly je...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 5 November 1891

I The Globe-Republican. ntUtfLlUAH ! I't.blilieU every Thnrsdiiy , By h GloMepiican Publishing Co. OFFICIAL CITY ORGAN. EtitT.U :it the l'oatollk-c at Dode City. K:u, f.r tranmi.-..Ioii tlirouj;U the nmil u: eoiitI-rlaj matter. rssxxos cfS-cscr-? :scri-ti (In Advance.) iivfHr Sl-50 Three month. ...."50 ... .5 Six month. 75 Single copies.. NOTICE TO SUBSCKIISKKS. 1'artii- who JUKI nn X after their name on the nii.ruiii of the paper ur wrapper in know tuat their s..bcription "P N.'v. All-m-hare kludly solicited to ic mit to w tins amount of the ame. I). M. FKOT, Kdtior and Manager. W. C. SI1IX-V. Ast. Kditor and Man. THURSDAY, NOV. 3,1891. TWO CHIEFS REVIEWED. H. B. Bell, the Napoleon of Ford county democracy, met his "Waterloo last Tuesday. Hitherto invincible, he did not dream it was possible that he could be overthrown iu this county, but C. M. Beesois proved a Welling ton woi thv of his steel. Xevar before in the annals of our county, from the red hot days of early Dodge down to t...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 5 November 1891

v, The Globe-Republican. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents will please bear in mind JJiut all unonyuiou- communications sent to this ofllce for public-Won, are earerully met! away in the to e, unices the name of the writer iiMlliisaddredsuccoinpaiilcs the same. Not for the purpose of publication, bnt as a guarantee of their jrood faith and a knowl edge on our part where and from whom the communication comes. Please write plain, Je particular about names, ami write on out one sine 01 me paper. P y. Rice, brother- In-law of B. F. The following U a list of the name of Milton is very low with consumption. the pupils neither tardy nor absent during the mouth ending uct.. Juru : SECONl wabii. J. D. Shaffer, of Speareville, was in J town this morning. He runs a chop , RoOM y 0 j mil! at that place. Otto S traitor. Welby Jliec. Betiuie i George. Ernest Carey, llarolil Kite, Thompsou Hendriefc, Willie Walker. Nora Sughrue. Kella if sPfnN as thoucrh Chalk Beesou , had been fiddling rig...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 5 November 1891

. -.mi-TVr r-S- -VWiiK tv - 'v, TYv ,-y. j CHILI'S REPLY. Text f the ChUiaa Gowinmeat'i Kesly to the Demand of the United State Fe? Separation For the Valparaiso ASalr. Washington, Oct Sa A cipher ca blegram from Minister Egan was re ceive& by the state department yester day morning but it was nearly noon before It could be laid before the presi dent. An hour afterward messengers were dispatched to Secretary Blaine and Sec retary Tracy requesting their presence at the White house. The secretaries promptly responded, Mr. Blaine from his house and Secretary Tracy from the navy department. Soon after 6 o'clock an official state ment of the contents of Minister Egan's dispatch was made public as follows: "The department of state received this morning a telegram from Minister Egan, "dated Santiago, October 28, in which he gives the following as the re ply of the Chilian government to the MINISTER PATRICK EGAN. president's telegram of October 23, ask ing reparation for the recent murd...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 5 November 1891

fr sty - QUIETING DOWN. The Contention "With OhLi Beach ing a Solution. SE50R M0NTT MAKES ADVANCES. Secretary Tracy Declare There U No War rant For Sensational War Bcmon Blame Fat Upon English Neiri papers By Officials. Washixgtox, Nov. 3. It is authori tatively stated that no complaint has been received by the state department from the Chilian government of the conduct of Mr. Egan, and that his re call has not been considered by the president or secretary of state. Senor Don Pedro Montt, the Chilian minister, went to the navy department and remained with Secretary Tracy for an hour. Meanwhile messengers had been sent to the department of state who reported that Secretary Blaine was with the president at the White house. The secretary of state ar rived at the state department about 11:30 and a messenger promptly noti fied Secretary Tracy, who immediately escorted Senor Montt to Secretary Blaine's office. The two secretaries and the Chilian minister were closeted just fifteen minutes...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 5 November 1891

&t ' " : f-bT I Gainesville, Tex., October 24. The third part, or sub-treauryites, of Mon tague Conuty, held a very large delegate meeting in that county this week, where they promulgated the following unique and absurd political doctrine and reso lution: Whereas, There is now a great scarcily of money, nobody having as much as he want?; and Whereas, Prices of all kinds are ldwer tbau the producer wauts to take; now. therefore, Resolved, as the sene of this meeting. That we demand the passagge by Con gress of a bill about as follows: Sect.l. Be it enacted that from aud after date hereof auy one whe owes more tbau he can pay make affidavit to that effect, v hicb affidavit shall be certified to by at least two of his creditors who want their pay. Immediately upon re ceipt of such affidavit, properly certified, the Secretary of the Interior shall for ward to such applicant enough money to pay all bis debts. Sec. 2. Auy one who does not owe more than he can pay, but wauts to hold bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 12 November 1891

rsr? v . .v ? ,: -- "V f. a-1! -,! : k ii i Glo The FOItD CO. GLOT5E, Established Is. .. j Consolidated, 1889. The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN, " H:&. 1 DODGE C!TV, KANSAS, THURSDAY; .NOVEMBER 12, 1891. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 3. The BE-MEPUBLICAN . .JaTFT! h ; ? ? L" fife H OUR CAPITAL. Glodr-Rk Special Correspondence to the PUBLICAN. WASniKGTOK. tt. C. Nov. 9, 1891. The result of tho election is being dis cussed with the deepest interest iu Washington and with some excitement. How hopeful the democrats were of car rying Ohio in spite of its normal repub lican majority i3 more apparent in the disappointment of defeat than in the san guine expressions before election daj "Republicans generally rejoice over the result ia Ohio, claiming in it a vindica tion of tbejiew tariff law, and are dis posed to .regard the reversals iu other states as the result of local differences within the partv. As to the republican situation the electiou of McKinley is ex pected to intioduce another candi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 12 November 1891

"" H TirTvWj,." - - 't"" tW S.-fT ifju 'wj ,--iy r - r? c f-Tf THE EECENT ELECTIONS. How the States Voted at the Tate Elections. Flower Elected la New York and HcKla- ley la QhlorVTfre Result JatMuw; r. " chusett .1.. iu j . ..ii .;.. cn, jows ana nacr States ' New York. Nrvr Yoke. Nov. 5. Eos well P. Flower was elected Tuesday as gov ernor of New York to succeed David B. HilL His plurality is estimated at over 40,000 Fassett did not carry Eimira, his own city, Flower beating him by 504 .votes. This city gave : Flower 58,000 plur ality and Brooklyn gave him 14,000. Returns received S&from districts out- KOSWELLP. FLOWEBSiae Ji omwl lOT-lHur Kings county indicate thaf Fassefl has been meeting Folger's ffM In Jefferson, Clinton, Essex, jIoiftgJrtiery and Wyoming counties heltf.as.far Jte-. hind the vote for Mille'r.'-'Flower's gains on a decreased vote were ahead of Hill's. Watertown's four wards show a gain of 500 for Flower. The vote in this city was very light. It had been expe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 12 November 1891

- ' "Jy.'t v --v - - . c .s,-- - 4t$T .v" ? $if - -v ? wt. tvv- m: t-H ..,VSTaXSSi .U. H!"SP. Jfl 7?T r;Y'" I ' i.r v . -. . 3r I, CfZpiiiZf'f yJ & l! J BURNED TO DEATH. k Hs H pourjMdMwiyHorssaeriijh.fottof things) -it-JsVireciyary to f ' " t Denver. ll f know the nature of rthougfit, nd how - CYCLONE E THE BAY OF A Steamer Wrecked With Serlons toi of Lire Convicts Also KiUed Two Fire men Killed and Fonr Injured at Cincinnati. Dexvek, CoL, Nov. 10. The Mansion livery stable burned between 3:30 and 4 o'clock this morning: Four men rooming in the upper part of the build ing were suffocated, and between twenty and thirty horses met death the same way. There is a possibility that one more man was suffocated. The bodies were sent to the coroner's office for identification. There were several narrow escapes SLEEP AND DREAMS. j Independent Ac'tien of the Brate Dmrtar n IT VaeonscIoasBeM. -d . Isfrotdertoro Kith ainoerityvto the it is born and multiplied in te brain. Unfortunately we a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 12 November 1891

"- -- "f ; v. fvT?? MM - ' - i '. . wk - ,. '?', i '. j - v? - i f i The Globe-Republican. rublished every Thurwlay By (he GloHeiiililican Publishing (X Ol'FICSAL CITY OI1GAN. Entcri'd nt ihu rostoffic at Dodge City, Kauris, for transmission throiipli the mail's . :u !feoad-cia-s matter. (In Advssnce.) .1.50 Three jeoiuIi ,. "3 Single copies.. notice to i;j;scmr.Eiib. Panic-vh Jind an X alter tl.e.r nar.io on rh itiaigiii of JiH' siaper or wrapper, ninv know thai their subscription has e:.p:rel and Is due. Al!-nchare kindly ssulIciii'iJ to 10 mit to b the amount of the same. D. M. ruo?T, Eattor and Mana W. C. 5HINN. A--t. Editor and iTaii. THURSDAY. yOV.l-2.lS01. It would Lave taken 50 move votes per eapiter to pu the calraus into office. Peffep. will now prepare a senate bill asking for some fiat voters for UV Third Party. He reasons that if the government stamp can make an alli ance dollar, why not make i few mill ion voters? Tiie people of at least one judicial district in Kansas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 12 November 1891

ij--vV r -3l '- "' VX-"' ' -n-'w4 --,' V V rT-t57 V vv . r ft ..I d : " T 1HE ULOBJi-iUiFUbLlUAW. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents will please bear in mind that all anonymous communications sent to this ofticc for publication, arc carefully lilcrt away in the stove, uule the name of the writer and his address accompanies t he same. Kotfor the purpose of publication, but as a guarantee of their ood faith and a knowl edge on our part where and from whom, the communication coi:x-. Please writj plain, be particular about names, and wiiteon but one side of the paper. SSF O t-'a .vri cANTZ. H VICTOR TR8RI80AB PLEA8AN' O o 'ON Leave your orders at"V. C. Shinn's feed store where the coal will be weighed. E. A. HICKERSOX, Manager. Local Brevities. Pull Lite joints, dives and brothels. A war among the coal kings of tbe city is now in progress. Pyle and Seeds have about finished their work at tbe Home. . The Simons Brothers have moved their cattle to Cloud county to feed dur ing the wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 12 November 1891

TT ! iTfrc niDtc Hcpulilican. Pnblished By the Globe-Eepablicaa Pnhlishitg do, DODGE 'CITY, - - - - KANSAS. C CURRENT COMMENT. Louis Lucres' Bonaparte, a nephew of the first Napoleon, is dead- aged 78 years Estimates have heen made by the Japanese government with a view of arming the Japanese regular troops with repeating rifles. A portrait of ex-Speake. Thomas B. Reed, painted by John Sargent, in London, for the United States con gress, has arrived in New York and is now on public view at Schaus' art gal le. 7. Tsudo Sauzo, who gained a world wide reputation through his attempts upon the life of the czarewitch at Otsu, and who was sentenced to imprison ment for life, died in prison last week of pneumonia. The Daily Press, a one cent after noon and three cent Sunday paper, has been started at Chicago, with Robert Lindblom as -its backer and Stanley "Waterloo as editor. It is to be inde pendent in politics. The international tug of war contest at San Francisco ended as follows: Denma...

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. — 12 November 1891

n.if ,. -- nV,-4.v - -'- ?;??ri?CTv7 '"1 -"'.' pv-' " -1 - " "L -s iA it I rj 'ff U i KANSAS AT CHICAGO. The Hoard of Manager of the Kanoaa Ks blbtt at the World's Fair Appeals Wtm Assistance. The Boabd of Makagebs, Kansas Exhibit World's Columbian I Exposition "Cobpobatiox." f Topzka, November 10, 1891. J "To the People of Kansas. A meeting called by the State Board of Ag riculture, convened and was held in the city of Topeka on the 23d and 24th day of April, 1891, for the purpose of devising plans to have Kansas "properly represented at the "World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago in 1893. It was a large and enthusiastic coa Tention, composed of prominent farmers, horticulturists, stock-growers, manufactur ers, railroad officials, scientists and educators from every part of the state.- - This convention decided that a creditable exhibit of the products, industries and re sources of Kansas would require the expendi "ture"of One Hundred Thousand Dollars. A committee, consisting of t...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 12 November 1891

. - ,-,-- - - v -- - r -- -- "VA" njrwi i?-V af rf--r IMT. Man and His Whiskers. 1 Ii'QTICj. j Notice to Farmers. Citv warrants of the following disciiptioii J " tanners 01 ivansas oy semilog uiuir ; Bradford Era: Some prominent wiiibcpaidon presentation to me at oflice. application, plainly wiilten. name and T ...... An... '-a(t imlilwtiitifiii nr (tits nA. ' .(!. . t w T" 1 . . t writers are advocating the abolition of r i"""31 '"c' """ '""' " a "" . 1"" ""- a""-? to - .nille"i the beard and mustache. This may le '. No. No. War. I-miM. ileg'd. Ain't. regarded as a barefaced oit of a propo sition, but it has some stionjr features in its favor. It is argued that a smooth, face has more permanence of type :i: ( that it is more expressive. Whisker-. j are not expressive. They fail to suggest l anything but a billy goat without an allusion to Senator l'effer and even a mustache hides the most cxpie.-sive But no ::i3 V)G 445 r.ic S") 5-2! 522 5-23 TtAi hi:, 7M SZil 541 51'2 XU feature o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 19 November 1891

'q?PfiVr "" o r . x: a w-r v - "vvfr? ir--v rw The FOIiD CO. GT.Or.E, Established 1877. The FOIID CO. KEPUULICAX, " JSSG. j Consolidated, IfeStf. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, (891. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 4. s, a a b j m m n ne ilu m- m j m mm u m u mm 1 ym rm. 1 n hi eh m iia es bbm ,ht - mt v m . " i Jt a. ;-- WORTH REMEMBERING. " He learns to limp who liveth -with the lame," So lathe Latin recently I read: And who could maxim terser, truer frame Than the sound counsel thus interpreted? Tis the old- truth expressed in striking phrase, That evermore surrounding friends and tacts Do lower life, or else life higher raise; That what one chooses on himself reacts. Bo books we read do e'er the mind ffect The jrarc or prurient In paose or verse; The mlsd will what to given It reflect As deth the mirror Ugh received disperse. ea,-ao4imt trifling things we scarce do ee. Or doemforgottea qnite as soon as seea. The soul lmprcssions'takes indelibly The eamera's plate Is not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 19 November 1891

. - sfw; ,.. CRUEL :AS THEJME; The Secret of Dimraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc., Etc CHAPTER IT. Continued.) Edgar's heart beat faster as he recalled the vision of tho beautiful girl,- with her Inspired face, and her dauntless glance that swept the ravening waves, disput ing with them for their prey. I could describe her for you every flowing cime," said he, his tones vibrat ing with feeling, while he raised himself to his elbow in his enthusiasm. She is dark and richly beautiful, like an Assjrian; her f.air ripples iu blue-black waves above her proud, innocent brow; she is as merciful as she is brave; tho people worship hor for her tender good ness, and Mjc is just what a sea princess ought to be!" A slight stir and a sound like a stifled breath attracted their eyes to a tall fig ure which stood just without the circle of candle-light Lady Dunravcn started visibly, and recoiled with a swift and notable change of countenance. All the soft wonderin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 19 November 1891

" ,.VI'"V ,t . 4kjfv . c! 1 Hi if- DR. TALMAGE'S SERMOK A DISCOURSE ON BRICKS WITH OUT STRAW. though tbe Pharaoh of Old Kgypt Bave cBeen Dead for Many Centuries, Ther Are Still Many rnaraoba If ho Are De siaadlnc: Bricks Without Straw. The Tabernacle Pulpit. The subject of this morning's sermon was "Bricks Without Straw," a continua tion of the series on the confirmation of Holy Scripture which Dr. Talmage found in his journey from the Pyramids to the Acropolis. His text was Isaiah xix, 1. "The burden of EgYpt" What is all this excitement about in the streets of Cairo, Egypt, this Decem ber morning In 1889? Stand back! We hear loud voices and see the crowds of people retreating to the sides of the street. The excitement of others be comes our own excitement. Footmen come in sight. They have a rod in the hand and tasseled cap on head, and their arms and feet are bare. Tneir garb is black to the waist, except as threaded with gold, and the rest is white. They are clearing the way for ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 19 November 1891

'?'. -t liv- i43-. U l r .svyfit IK v I : The Globe-Republican. Publi-hed cveiy Thursday By Hie Globe-Republican Publishing Go. OFFICIAL CITV ORGAN. Entered at the l'o-toilice at DQdge City, KAiisa-, for trai.smi ion through the mails aCcond-clasS matter. (In Advance.) One year flJO Three month-... Six month-, " ingle eople-.... .. notice to subscribers. Parties w no llnd an X after their mime on the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that rhfirstib-eription has expired and l due. All such aie kindly solicited to ie init to u-5 the amount of the -ame. D. M. F0T, Editor and Muuager. C. SIIINN. As-it. Editor and Man. THURSDAY. XOV. 19 .1S91. Thursday, November 2Gth,uus been designated by Gov. Humphrey as Thanksgiving day. Thb English manufacturers are un happy over McKinley's election. The American free traders have the same complaint. Some people are mighty hard to please anyhow. Hon. J. AV. Jonks, of Hutchinson, wants the Republican nomination for congressnextyfc.tr. Ke has be...

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