New township officers - George Erker 1897

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New township officers - George Erker 1897 - JOINTISTS. The County Attorney is Stirring Up...
JOINTISTS. The County Attorney is Stirring Up Violators And will Give Neighboring Towns in Reno County a Rub or Two. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS List of the New Ones the County. Over Some Local Stories and Remarks Upon Things That Have Happened. County Attorney L. M. Fall, says the Turon Press, came down from the county capital Monday morning and Masters, B. Q. Doerksen, Henry Thiessen. Loda Township—E. R. Watkins.C. D Henry, Calvin Long. Lincoln Township—J. Rramwell. Z. Randall, J. E. Keedy. Medford Township—J, P. Rosa, C. Walcup, J E. BurgeBS. Medora Township — J. M. Sample, Henry Steshmeycr, W. B. Vincent. Miami Township—a. E. Young,W. E. Gregg, \V. T. Mortimer. Ninnescah Township — Leslie E. Foulke, F. E. Van Compen, Joseph T. Smith. Plevna Township—J. W. Campbell, J. B. McVey, Edw. Qaguebin. Reno Township—Chester O'Nell, W. R. Pennington, Samuel Teter. Roscoe Township—S. B*. Long, G. E. Brown, A. A. Brown. Salt Creek Township—V7. D, Thompson, G. W. Short, By McLaughlin. Sumner Township — George Erker, Nicholas Richenbaugh, C. B. Copeland. Sylvia Township—Robt. Oglevie, E. H. Smith, Frank Seward. Troy Township—D. T. Tharp, P. W. Kichbiel, C. T. Chase. Valley Township—Geo. S tough ton, Wm. ComOB, W, C. Baker. Walnut Township—R. M. Harvey, J. J. Dead wood, Geo. Gantz. Westminster Township—G. H. Freeman, Walter Mclver, W. W. Baker. $100 Reward 9100. wu U », *'""" ' — —» i The readers of this paper will be pleased created considerable excitement by e»- tolearn that t&cre lg at i ea9t one dreaded deavoring to feiret out the liquor 1 disease that science has been able to cure dealers of the burg. After examining a number of witnesses and getting as much information on the subject as possible he returned to HutcbinBon and Tuesday morning ordered the arrest ol S. M. Johnston, but when constable Will Kirns went with the warrant to h'w place of business he was gone, and up to date has not been heard from. It is a lamentable fact that more or less liquor has been sold iu Turon for mure than a year, and it is tho proper thing for those who are rearing boys in this community to look into the matter and see that it is stopped at once. Eyes scientifically fitted at Plank's. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. New Trustees, Treasurers and List in all Its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials, Address, P. J. CHENEY & 00., Toledo, O, Sold by Druggists, 7oc. Hall's Family Pills are the best. of the Clerks of the Different Townships. The list of the new township officers which has not been published before, will perhaps be of interest to many They are given below, coming in the order of truBtee first, treasurer second aud clerk third Albion Township—P. A. Qraber, W. A tifMIU'.TlC Dpllffllt. "There is one thing which gratifies i woman more tiiiui till things else." "A.ml what, is that?" "Being told that other women ar» jealous of her." —Chicago Ttocord. Ilnda of 1 'opularlty. Miss Elders™Pom* Sister Barker wits agrent worker; she will be sadly missed out of your church. Mrs. Kcrrytnwlc—Yes; and she was to newsy!—Puck. Gave Great Relief, "After trying many different prescriptions

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  1. The Hutchinson News,
  2. 26 Nov 1897, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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