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-Our First Great
To dear out till Summsr Goods that
'Lavo been slow in fiuding choosers, now
goiutj on. A Price Lowering and Price
Pruning without precoJout or parallel
hero or ttaywhere else.
These prices challenge a compirson
with the lowest luised markets of the
Ludics' fust black seamless hoso, Challengo
Bale loc liulr. Hard to beat .
Lndlos' broadcloth and line flannel Capos,
worth up to j.ou. Challenge sale 41 5u
20 picoos Kiirured China Silks, Challenge
aiSSLB TAX AS D THE.CVBBESI! t
subjugate another nation or tribe, Rave
legal right to possess the soil, and to
this right was grafted the moral or
exuitable right. We hear many of our
objectors to a change of present condi
tions, that would give free and equal
access to land to all people, remark
with a shrug of the shoulders, "do you
want us to r turn to baibarisin V" But
thera is no need to return; we have al
ways kept barbarism close. in Bight.
We still have barbarians, intrinsic
value money barbarians, at our elbow,
and whoever owns land or gets the use
of it, must do so through barbaric cus
tom. No, the question, should and must
be is there no escape from barbarism K
What answer do 1 bear? I am ad
dressing alChristian audience. An audi
ei.citliat lias gutbeied hive under the
auspices of one of tLe most advanced,
ethically inclined organizations tlie
world has ever known; i'lie Ghiiurau
quu Assem&ly," whose aims are Hie
betterment of mankind, Bpiruuaily
and bodily. Will they will you take
umbrage ut my reference to barbarism!
If so. so much the worse lor .us, and
Mm better for barbarism; it has a long
J er lease of oppression; we may expect
'ciowiim novelty and crime to still
SflSrSTjiflBE IN A stable;
A Disastrous Fire Occurs in a Livery
Barn at Detroit, Mich.
In. It would be.
financial reform significant
dwindles into insignincance as com-.
pared w.th man's recognized right to a '
free use or iana. it every lorin oi
money were in a moment converted
into gold coins and the amount quad
rupled, what would it better the land
less ones? There might be a tempor
ary flush of business, but it would be
on yte npo y.TaingsWouldsooni diust
tie selves to an unimportant higher
scale af prices, a few would get rich
from rise iu land values; laud to the
landless, wonid ba harder to get. and
a few months at rno&t, would bring a
more'disastrous epoch than the past. In
the meantime the vigils of those on I
the watch tower of liberty would as i
mime a careless lethargy, while th
sluirp unscrupulous genius of corporate
FIVE OR SIX MEN BURNED.
Only Twollowei Wers Burned to Death,
the Beventy-Two In the Basement
, Being Uninjured Lou
Detroit, Mich., July 10. Fire started
in Case's livery barn, a four-story brick
structure, No. 41 Congress street.short
ly after 3 o'clock this morning. Two
hours later when the firemen had suc-
ana mono muisuc g eeu, wou u .uci, . ainn ntrolof the llames
more firm y the du war-s ouegaien- -
act nent against the day of coming des-, the barn was a complete wreck; five
peration of a disappointed and in -j men, at least had been burned to
i'uriated proletariat, and the world death or smothered, one fatuity in
wo;:ld behold a struggle for rights de-, Jnred by jumping from the burning
nied, more ensanguined than ever be- buildin?, two horses burned to death,
lore. Let us not deceive ourselves and &30.001) worth of property de-
that while adi'iKtinz the lesser weights :stroved. Seventy-five head of horses
noil the spee or Justice, we io-;e siym
of the weightier, more important mat
pule ISo yard.
Suitable lor waists or
Fine imported French and English sateens
lllack grounds handsome designs, Chal
lenge S, to 10c rrd.
Children's and Misses Muslin drawers,
Chullege sale 15c puir. To clear them out.
LADIES' VE T8.
Ladies' Ribbed Jorscy Under Vest?, Chal.
lenge sale SXc each. To clear llum ou t.
Kverylhlnc In flowers up to $1.00, marked
for oar challenge sale lUo bunch, to close
1IEI) SPRE IDS.
Ten qnarter white Marseilles bed spreads
uiuilunge aai one eacn.
Ten piecos Ecru Laces, the 20 and 85 and 30c
or.ee. Challenge lule 15c yard to close them
Fmr Quarter Fancy Felt Table covers.
Challenge Hale 25c each. Only a lew of
W. B. CORSETS.
Lanles' W.B. corsets. No. 188, a regular
Ac corset, challengo sale 50c each, kxtra
Kconoiny checked shirtings, a regular 5c
shirting, challenge saiexiio ya.
Allonr35and 50c straw shopes challenge
sale s!ao each to clear tnem out.
Bilk dressmaker made waists, worth np to
ST. challenKe sale il 60 each. To ckar
Yard wide bleached muslin, soft finish1
challenge sale oo yard. Extra value.
. BLACK GOODS.
4G-inch Arnold's French serge and Henrietta
during this challenge sale iic ya. ile
member the width.
Ladles' black lisle thread mitts, 10c pair,
Ladles' mllaneso silk ml Us, value 60c, chat
lenge gale ic pair.
One case figured cotton challies and lawns
challenge sale 2cyd.
SltupSon's Hamilton's and the best made
all fust colors, challenge sale 5c yard .
Illaln brown all linen crash toweling, chal
lenge sale a'ic yd.
Boys cheviot and calico shirt waists, wel
imule, reduced for oar challengo sale '21c
each. To clear thorn oat.
Ammonia per botllo 5c.
7-Inch wire comb 6c.
M icon's shoe blacking 5c.
txico oil senp 5c.
Buttermilk soap 5c.
Machine oil 5o.
lioyol shoe polish 10c.
Onod size breakfast and snppar nnpklns,
fringed) challenge sale 40c dozen, To cleur
Pluin dimities, SO styles, benutlful color
Iiiks; challenge sule 6c yard, to clear them
Lndles' brown and navy blue Jersey stilts
wellworthll.nl, challenge saio 50c, suit.
Men's snd boys, Rorkford half hoso. in bine
uud brown mix, challenge sale tc pair.
4.slnch straw Ticking, chat ten ire sale 5c
yard. Extra heavy twilled feather licking
challengo sale 10c yard.
Men, line whlto cambric luiudkerchiefs,
challenge sale :c each.
Tnrkiv red table damask, fat colors, chal
leniro xiilu I -Jo yard. fti-lnch cream table,
nil linen, cbullcu&c sale -oc yurd.
Every lady around Ilutchinson should
attend this "CHALLENGE SALE."
Every boy and girl should take part in
our prize "ad." written competition.
Dry Goods Co.
WIENER. J. A. MILNE
grow, until endurance has no virtue
and strife becomes the dernier report.
Listen, when my neighbor has no land,
the title to mine is He ouce vitiated.
Think of it men owning a million
acres of land, and millions of men de
nied the use of one foot it and this
condition cotemperaneous with the
declaration of organic law, and de
clarative purpose, thpt "All men are
created equal and have equal right to
life liberty and pursuit of happin8s"
though if your happiness were to be
measured by the rigta to run uowu a
jack rabbit for dinner, the landlord's
tresspass board would warn you of the
choice between an empty Btomach and
the police court. But, some one says,
1 am overdrawing it, that landlord's
austerity Is not so emphasized, at least
not in this country, anu never wiu uh.
Well in some localities that maybe
true. There was a time wnen it
was not tru9 in JN ew I orK or Massa
chusetts, aye, or In ireiana. uut
there is not a state in tne union mat
has not already the machinery oi legal
enactment for the purpose; noruoes
land ownership mean anything shoit
of it. Well what are you going to do
about it? Oh the tarainess or tne
question! Eighteen hundred years
of christian civilization and yet
the primal rights of man not
itprmine,l. And who would speak
of these thmts. in what is called a
christian community, must bear the
sm irt of social ostracism by those who
lament the stolidity, lngratituae ana
brutality of those who eighteen hun
dred years ago crucilled their friend
nrt benefactor. And we are no more
diirni ised at the self abnegation that
drove Judas to the aceldema, than at
the tolerance of a system in this age.
that makes millions of men homeless
vagabonds, subsisting upon beggary or
crime. Friends, how long could one
enjoy your self respect and esteem,
that should ruthlessly drive all the
people of this country to wander home
less and without means of subsistence?
Yet what better Is he that in tne out
fit- rianrived others of taking up simi
lar homes? That is what land own
ership is doing now. That gentleman
loiincrinor in his oarlor, owns thousands
of acres of idle land; he is keeping
hundreds of destitute people from ob
taining homes, but he is not suspected
of crime; no, he is the criminal, who
without a potato patch, stole a sack of
meal- Wnat are you going te do about
it? Easy enough. Apply the 'Single
Tax." Require the holder of idle land
te pay to the state (for the purpose of
revenud,) as much for the privilege of
hoidinir the land idle, as is paid by
those who put similar land to its best
use. and abolish ail oiner taxation.
Thin is not depriving any present
boldir of the use of nls land. Out
compels him to use it, or let some one
hold it idle when the rental value is
reauired of every holder. This is just
for it is the community as a whole
that creates the rental value of laud
aud a taking of economic rent by those
who create it- to be usea tor tneir Dene
rir,. it is not crettinir something for noth
inir. as is the case now when a landlord
is allowed to pei-souuiiy uyiiioiniuto
what belongs to the community as a
whole. Such a system would require
every ond to pay his share of revenue
in proportion to tne auvanwges ue en
inved. If he took ten acres he would
ohv tue value in rent, oi mat. n c
took a hundred of similar laud, he
would nav ten times more. It it was
gold, or silver, or iron bearing land, he
would not pay as ou a potato patcu,
but in Dronortion to its usable value
all thintis considered. A valuable lot
iu a city would command a higher rent
than in an urban district. All. in
short, would pay equal, and the value
of the holdings, would be equalized ny
the aDDortionment of rent paid
Surely this cau't be unjust; if so, why
and where? If objectors to this sys
tem would do a little honest thinking
before they object, there would bo lew
objections. The man who has just
bought a piece of land, or they who
have clear titles (?) charge us with
proposing to take their land away from
thorn. But this is not so; on the con
trary it would make holding for use
more secure, no mortgage could ever
touch It, misfortune would not eat up
the i. tie. It would give all of produc
tion to the producer, nothing to the
non producers, and by producers we
mean all who are encaged in any kind
of useful employment; whether he
wields a pen or a pic!t-ax; a scientilic
instrument or a steam engine; whether
he plows the sea or the land. By tins
svstem all compensation for services
done, labor employed, would be natur
allv and evenly proportioned, commen
surate with the energy and skill em
nloved. (strikes and lockouts would
be of the past; illegitimate vocation
would soon eive way to honorable in
dustry. Scrambling for office because
of higher pay woull disappear for
other vocations would be satisfactorily
renumerative. The extra hazardous
employment would command the pay
of the counting room.
In short, all labor would be the ar
biter of its own wage. The Pullman
suggestion to the lady operative would
die on the lips that uttered it, and of
its own shame; poverty and its com
mitment, crime would disappear
l'eace, happiness, born of home securi
tv and plenty, would usher in anew
mrrimn so sulutorv that it would seem
ters of the natural law, that soon must
be recognized and conceded as inher
ent in the law or our wellbeing; the
risht of all to the free use of land to
subsist upon, failing which, a greater
confusion and blood shed ii imminent.
Either the one or the other must and
Hutchinson, Kanas, June 189o.
"I am elad the committee went after
that wicked Chase," said B .irtoh. look
ing pious. "None but pure men
uould hold oilice." "louare rignt.
said the governor, as he turned the
leaves of nis sunoay dcuooi nines
And no officer Bhould be allowed to
feed his private clerks from the public
truck paten." ' i es," cnimeo in aiu
erton, as he slyly chewed another
clove, "and there Is that druken ftog
ers. It makes me dizzv to think about
it." And then t;y Leland's apple
jack gave one convulsive shudder
and ceased wonting. Jiureaa messenger.
Al Till fa Seed.
a hnsiiielB for sale at $3.50 per bushel.
Inquire at American Clothing House,
Hutchinson, Kansas. 37,
Big Four Route.
The "Knickerbocker Special" leaves
St. Louis ao 12:00. Peoria 12:10 p. m.,
arrives Indianapolis 0:30 p. m. Buffalo
6:18 a. m. next day, New York 6:00
m. and Boston 9:05 p. m. TQls is
the "flyer" especially providing for
G. W. A, "Big Pot.r," St. Louis, Mo
Curious but True.
We stepped in at 311 N. Main street,
the renovators, and saw a bed whicn
was a living working mass oi motus.
Kvcrvhndv should look in'o their feath
ers and see if they are moth cut and if
so have them renovated. Air. uuck
will eo it right and at hard time prices.
Stop in and see his live moths and the
bh difference in clean and dirty
9600 Flrat Tear and all Expenaea
"We want a few more General.
Agents to travel aBd appoint local
agents on our new publications. We
employ ladies and gentlemen. If inert-
terested write ior Appnuauou iu
full information. If you cannot travel
write for terms to local agents. A rich
and beautiful book book just out. Ad
dress. C. W. STANTON CO.,
324DeaiDorn St., Chicago, 111
No Gnre Mo Pay.
JnhnRnns Lightning Pile remedy is
guaranteed to cure Blind, Ulcerated,
Itching or Bleeding Piles. It absorbs
thntnmora. acts as a poultice, allays
the itching at once and gives instant
relief. It is prepared only for piles
nnrl in not a "cure all" for the ills the
flesh is heir to. A fifty cent box will
cure yeu, or your money win ne re
tnrnflrl. For sale bv all druggists in
Hutchinson. If your druggist aoes
not carry it send direct to me.
W. JU. JOHNSON.
3G-tf. Ilutchinson, Kansas
I.nnd nnu Jlomeeekrs' naif
Fare Excursions South.
Half fare excursions south ou May
21st and June 11th, 1895. The Mobile
&. Ohio will sell tickets for these dates
ut. nno f'rn for the round trip to all
nnints along its line in the states of
Mississippi and south Alabama with
stor-over privileges. For tickets ap
nly to any railroad ticket agent or to
F. W. lireen'?, uenerai nReia, iuo ah
Broadway, St. Louis. Mo.
E. E Posey,
General Passenger Agent.
wcro stulileU in tno nuueung, nu oi
thein, with the exception of three, )n
The Are originated on tho first floor,
near a box stall occupied by the trot
ting horse Domino, which was recently
seized by tho customs department for
illegal entry from Canada. Hie liorso
was gotten out safely by William
Douglass.one of the barn men who was
on watch at the time. IIo also tried to
rescue Ethel G, another trotter, owned
by Q. A. Craves, of the Hotel Cadillac,
but in this ho was unsuccessful. "Lit
tle Mack," a pacer owned by George
Case, was gotten out after being; badly
The barn men occupied quarters oil
the fourth floor and the flames spread
so rapidly that they were unable to
escape by the stairway. Ladders were
raised and most of them escaped by
them. One of the men, John Cummins,
became frenzied and after throwing
out a bundle of clothing, ho threw
hlmsfilf headlong out of one of the
windows. He landed almost at tho
feet of tho firemen who were hastening
to his rescue. He struck on the right
side of his head and his skull was
crushed In. He was removed to Harper
hospital where he is still in an uncon
It was after 4 o'clock before tho fire
men were able to enter the budding.
They immediately made their way to
the fourth floor. In- a room in tne
nni-t.hefl.st corner were found the
bodies of John Shaw and John Bow
man. They occupied the same bed and
had evidently been suflocated, as there
were no marks of nro on tne Domes,
Thomas Webb, who slept in a room in
tlm northwest corner, was also suffo-
pated. Then the bodies of James U.
Shaw and Edward Hughes were found.
These two unfortunajtes had evidently
awakened and tried to escape, only to
h cftiiirht in the flames. Both bodies
were badly burned. The identity of a
body supposed to be that of Hughes, is
in doubt. Charles uavis, wno Biepi on
the fourth floor is missing, and he is
supposed to have been burned to death.
Strangely enougn, oi tne neveui,,y-
two horses, which were stabled la the
basement, not one was injured. This
was owing to the solidity of the car
riage floor above them. They were
found standing in aooui a iees ui
water and were all removed safely.
Mr. Case, the proprietor of the stable
estimates his loss at ?CO,000 and the
loss on the building Is about $30,000
more. Graves valued Ethel U at 81,000.
NOT LIKELY TO REBUILD.
Beld Hro. Packing Iliran at Kansas City
MT Not Kle from tna Asnes.
Kansas CiTr, July 10. The prospect
for rebuUding Reid Bros.' packing
house in Armourdale is very discour
aging. In the past few days the com
pany has disposed of the horses used in
the operation of the plant and the wag
ons, machinery and other stuff worth
moving is being shipped to the main
plant at Indianapolis, liusiness men
and citizens generally of Armourdale
have given np hope that the company
will rebuild and are quietly awaiting
an announcement that some other syn
dicate has purchased the ground.
BOLD BOND FOBOERfES.
A Smooth Ohio Broker Swlndlss Baaa ks of
Dkbaxa, a, July 10. Some momlhs
ago Z. T. Lewis came here, built a
large three-story block and began s
lively stock brokerage business, aggre
gating over $3,000,000 in the last year.
Recently there were suspicions of
crookedness and Monday night he dis
appeared. It is believed by some that
ho has committed suicide, but most
people think that ho has fled with his
Yesterday forged mortgages for $o0,
000 were sent here from Dayton, O.
These were followed by bogus bonds
for $1.1,000 from the Farmers' bank of I
Mechanicsburg, and for S13.000 from
the Michigan Insurance Co. There is
a showing already of over 8100,000
fraudulent bonds held by tho banks
Hid money lenders, and it is bol loved
the returns are not all in. These bonds
aro handsomely lithographed, Includ
ing the otlicinl signature to thera.
The audacity of the forgeries is mag-
iiilled by the fact that the bonds were
all on counties aud towns within a
day's carriage drivo from Urbana.
Lewis sold none of these bonus, out
used them as collateral for loans. IIo
told a friend not long ago that ho was
in debt 5200,000 for bonds. It is be
lieved that at least half of these are
TUE BEAUTIFUL. KOCK1E4.
Tlicy Contain Mi tirumlvst Heeuvrj
nnd the Itlrlicnt Gold Mluen in
the Known World.
For unknown wealth in fabulous rich
mites of gold aud silver and sparkling
precious gem stones, not to mention the
lovely scenery, our own Rocky moun-
tmns excel any region on earth. The
Illustrated Weekly, or Denver, (founded
18!H)) illustrates the choicest scenery
each week aud tells about the wouderful
west. Also, true stories of love and ad
venture. Thia big family paper con
taining eight largo pages, fifty-six col
umns, will be sent ou trial three mouths
(thirteen weeks) for only ten two cents
stumps; club of six tor a dollar Dill,
Hnndsome gold rings set with beautiiul
Rocky mountain geins are given free as
premiums. Address as above and men
tion The Gazktte when you write.
Beauty of Hebron,
a,,d Early Rose.
Among; The Osnrks.
The land of the big red apples, is nn
attractive and interesting book, liand
soniBlv illustrated with views of South
Missouri scenery, including the famous
Olaen fruit farm of li,W)0 acres in
Howell county. It yertains to fruit
raising in that great fruit belt of
America, the southern slope of the
Ozarks, and will prove of great value
not only to fruit-growers, but to every
farmer and nomeseeaer looamj; ioi
farm and a home.
Mailed free. Address,
,T. K. Lockwood.
Kansas City, Mo
Ii You Have
&orcs-, Boils, or
nnv other skin diseaae,
and Spring Medicine.
rfll cure you
Do not fail to send for a free sample
copy ot the Weekly Globe, box 540, Den
ver, Colo., an illustrated home and fam
ily paper devoted to temperauoe, pure
westera stories, mining news, etc. Fifty
cents per year. Send today.
"Finiraoie Cooper's Literary Of
fence" as shown in the plot and gen
eral construction of his novel the
Deerslayer, together with the opinion
of various critics upon Cooper's in
general, formthe subject of a humor
ously satirical article by Mark Twain
in the July number of the .North
The Golden TCrst
Invites yonr attention. Fabulous for
tunes have been made by ludlclous in
vestments in gold mining utocks. Send
a stamp for full particulars about Crip
pie Creek gold camp (near Pike's Peak)
nnd full particulars about our company.
A 'id ret s, Tikes reak Mining & Ileal
Estate Company, (incorporated,) Denver,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
No. 50. Mnll id Express.
No. 114, Nlitht Exprens ,
No. (Ii, Freight Acq ...
Ki;i3 p. m
11 .40 a. m
No. 19, Mnll snl Kx preen...
M.zs, Iiodire cny fcipresu.
No. HI, Freight Acwni
7:'-'o p. m
II ::tu a.
it :() p. m
Nn. lit mm to Pratt onlv
No. 113 rua throuir.i to ftodgt City and
So. 1 and dully except sunqny.
No. IM, Ponvi-t it St. Louis Ex..
Mo. 4HI Wichlhi h.. i. Accom
No. 4.11, St. Louis A DcnverEx..
No. 4t)i, Wichita Accoinnioimnon
No. tiki, Way Freight, departs..
!):0n p. in
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ll:4ii p. in
:4' p rn
A Stibnrbof Milwaukee him n uumnesa
Part llurned to Aahea.
Mit.waitkgg. July 10. Most of the
business portion of Wauwatosa, a
suburb of this city, with a population
of about 5,000 is in ashes. Several fire
engines were sent from this city to the
scene early and at 8:30 o'clock tho fire
was under control. In all ten build
ings, used for business purposes, were
burned. Tho burned buildings include
the principal business blocks of the
villn.ro. The loss will reach at least
Trains No. 4.1. 4'.C1 and 405 do not run on Sun
Cur run throuab to St. Louis witnoui
t nilr cars o Uonvor tree oi cunrico. j.ihb
the short liuu to all points wet.
I' J. l.KIMIIAril, AtiUIll
II. C. Townsend, Gen. Pas. Anent
Hutchinson & southers.
No. 2. Mail nnd Entire's
No. 0, Frcinht nnd Acoonu
(1:10 p. m
h:u a. in
U:H0 p. in
turned In Ida ( ell.
Liukotv. Mo., July 10. At 3 o'clock
this morning, Leonard Cook, a prisoner
in the county jail, was burned so badly
that ho will probably die. llie pris
oners say that a lamp exploded, but
thn niliners believe that it was part of
a nlan to escape from jail and that the
prisoners expected to slug Night
Wntnbman Shiddell during the excite
ment when he entered tho cell.
Appeal from Winona.
Si'MNGFiian, Mo., July 10. A second
anneal was received here yesterdaj
Irnm Winona aslcin? for aid for the
destitute Hood victims there. The let
ter tells of a terrible state of affairs.
Tho board of trade held a meeting
Inst n i-rht to take action, and a com
mittee was appointed to solicit money.
clothing and food. The donations w ill
be forwarded at once.
nrllierr Charge Kenrnted.
Denvkr. Col.. July 10. Alderman
John U. Emery to-day Instituted suits
against the Rocky Mountain iews ana
the Denver Kepuoucan ior5-u,uuo uain-
aires from each for alleged slander.
The newspapers intimated pretty
broadly that Alderman Emery was cor
rupted by the Denver Union Water Co.
Hogs lor Bale.
Thoroughbred Poland-China pigs for
ale lioiu sexes, at my fa 'in i milse
ouiheiiptof Haven, o." aJIrc-4 .
No. 1, Mull and Express
No. 5, Krolnh'anil Aci'Qin
"'riallv. illnilv excent Sunday .
I'lnno connection mado at llutchlnaon &a
Kinifmn wlih dlvcrKing linn.
Dally connection wun aiago nnu ut cumiciuih
reacliltif I'ond Creole at S p . in .
in prices and good
goods and wants
your trade. He
can save you some
Corner Main and Sherman Streets,.
House, Sign and Carriage
painting, l'lain and Decorative
Second Hand Buggies and
Harness bought and sold.
First door South of postofflne.
Speciul attention given to the treatment f
skin diseases. Office in TJpdcgraph building.
Calls In tlio country anawercd either uiKkt or
305 North Main Street.
rir. J. E. Stewart. Surgory. Special loca
tion to diseases of women.
Dr. II. A. Stewart Eye, Ear, Throat and Noac.
Glasses properly adjusted.
J O. MALCOLM,
Homu'pathic Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco No. 10 North Main Street, over
Urchin's Grocery Store.
Residence 11:'. First Avenue Fast.
JJAV1DSO' Si WILLIAMS,
ltooins 1. 2. and 3 in Masonic Diock.
ATCH1NSON, TOPKKA 4 SANTA If E.
Denver and Ulnh V Ex
Mexico nnd California bx.
Colorado SlRlit Kt
Now York Limited Ex....
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Paints - Oils - Glass - vamisn
l'ainters' Supplies Generally.
No.SOS X. Main - Ilutchinson, Kas
onicj corner of Main nnd Slicrman St.. iront.
rooms, second floor, Hutchinson, Kansas.
T F CAIN,
Masonic Temple, - Hutchinson, Kas.
WHEW ALU OTHEjt91JAIL,.
The Dr. Harvey
Human Hand Truss.
JUST ItKE USING TOUJ FINGERS
toil INQW HOW THAT 18 I
for Doerlptlve Circular Address
B. I. PEARSOX A CO.. Sols MaxTs.
d n.Mlr KANSAS CTTT. MO.
A. TAVl-OR, M. D.
Office Nn. II North Main, room 8, upstairs.
Residence No. 14, 6th Avenue, east.
rjU'CKER & ROBINSON,
Co-ner of M:tln and Sherman itreeta in Wilcox
Attorney at Law,
Booms 11 and 15, McCirdjr Block, corner o
Muln and Sherman.
Attoraevs at Law.
Office Room y.
the promised kirf1cm were usitivt