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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 June 1897

TT TT i si r THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, f HURSDA V . JUNE 17, 1 897. VOL. 7, NO. 41. The June , . Sale at 1 DEW PUDTAIUTIUC! In & lhl 1iJlUiiIlUlLiJ The preservation of a merchant's trade depends upon the kind of bhoes he sells. That is just as certain as anything in the world. A customer may be fooled once with bad shoes, but ail the kings horses and his men too, could never get that customer into that store again. We are here to sell you shoes; that's a certainty; our shoes will wear for a certainty; the style, neatness and low prices are certainties. Wt Carry no Shoes so Cheap That They Are not Solid. Should you chance to purchase a pair of shoes frqra us not having solid leather soles, insoles and counters, they will be returned to the factory and a new pair sent you in their place. A FEW OF MANY GOOD VALUES THAT COMPRISE OUR STOCK Men's dress shoe in lace, new coin toe, tip ped, serviceable and neat; at...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 June 1897

WRECKED BY A BOMB. ATTEMPT MADE TO KILL GOV. A J. SMITH. Bli Residence Dynamited Bona Madly Damaged and Mrs. Smith Injured Joseph W. OIlTer, a Veteran. Who Lift the liom Recently, Voder Arrest. Leavenworth, Kan., June 12. Be tween 4 ami S o'clock yesterday morn ing a cunnon-like report was heard at the Soldiers' hotae, and the boautiful residence of Governor Andrew J. Smith, commandant of tho home, was all but demolished. Dynamite was employed In the out rage and tho explosion aroused many residents of this city and hoiwos trem bled as if in au earthquako shock. In the barracks the shock was teniflo enough to throw veterans from their cots, and prompt work was required on the part of the commandant to pre vent a serious panic. One vetcan, who was occupying; a scat on the lawn, was thrown to the ground. Mrs. .Smith's escape from Instant death was miraculous, the explosion was directly beneath her bed chamber. She usually sleeps upon a couch, but Thursday night occupied a bed in the s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 June 1897

INTERNATIONAL CHAPTER I. T WAS Martinmas Sunday. Tl?e even ing ' service was Just over, and the congregation, more than usually scanty, had dis persed itself over the Moss toward the various farms and fields which were scattered here and there upon it. A light still burn id in the vestry, while Solomon Mucklebackit, the sexton, waited on the porch for the minister to come forth. "Therein be snaw the night," he muttered! placing the key in the oaken door, preliminary to locking up; "there'll be smiw the night, or I'm sair mlsta'en. And the Annan"s rising it's snawlng noo amang the hills." All at once the light In the vestry was extinguished, and the minister, a man about fifty years of age, appeared on the threshold, wrapped In a heavy winter cloak and carrying a thick staff. "Lcck up, Solomon, my man," he said. Solomon obeyed, turning the key In the inner door, and then that of the outer one of solid oak, while the min ister stood waiting on the path. Then the two, side by side, and...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 June 1897

Ifoutcbinson Qwtte. Entered at the poatofflce In Hnlchlnson, Kansas, H (eooad olM matter. E.B.NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. tlBMl Of dUMOEIPTIOM) 1.00 Pin TE4 C. E. SIDLINGKR, Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson ' Secretary Coburn of the Board of Agriculture, in reply to an inquiry, Biys; "Don't sow alfalfa in an or chard, and especially in a young or chard. Wherever it has been tried it baa proven disastrous to the orchard. Alfalfa is a strong root-growing plant and great drinker. It will absorb the moisture from the ground and rob the trees of nourishment, and eventually kill the orchard." There seems to be a general dissat isfaction with the decision of Justice Allen on the bribery Investigation committee case, and be will probably not be renominated on account of it Some very good lawyers say that Allen Lad the authority on bis side, but that Dos'er was right In principle. This is probably about-, correct. However, populists generally believe in less "au thority,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 June 1897

TVK.J. W, MAtJUIRE, , SPKC1AXJST, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. GUses Scientifically Aneted. Offlce In Mil sonic i'tmple, Hutuhinsou, Ksustt. LOCAL. AS FESaUNAL. Cp. Ilayden went went to visitDen ver, Trinidad and other placed in New Mexico, Monday night. Quite a large number of local repub licans are attendlufc tbe State republi can league meeting atTopeka. Some wig say tUe Q0 county Re publicans hva postponed piosperity till After t e new sberitf i8 elected. "Miss Harriet Holcomb who has been a milliner at Mariin's and one of the best in the west nan resigned ber posi tion. The Hutchinson Co. K. N. G. have been holding target practice latelv. They cow bold the first place in the State for good marksmanship and want to keep it. The band is suffering some depletion from ks members moving away. Cbas. Thomas, their crack alto player, went on the road the Brat of the week as collector for a music house. Wheat harvest a about to begin as the grain has been ripening very :rapi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 June 1897

THE GAZETTE, K. . KRTLKTON CO. a. . xrrruroji, Bcrroc HUTCHINSON; KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. , The Odd Fellows of Wichita are pra paring a celebration to be held Satur day, July 3. In 1890 the farmers of Butler county were worth 7 million dollars. In 1897 they are worth 8 millions. Great quantities of strawberries are 'beinr shipped from Leavenworth to points in Iowa and Minnesota. A lodge has been Instituted in Cha nute known as "Knights of the Gar ter." Now don't get any wrong im pression. Two young ladies from Great Bend hate caused the old feud between the Stafford and St. John boys to break out in a fresh spot Labette county bad a splendid rain on the 7th, lasting fifteen hours. It came steady, and without wind or hail and appears to be general. No one who has not seen can imagine how the wheat has come out. This section, which is perhaps most damaged in the eastern part of the state, will far ex ceed expectations and most especially in the Indian Territory adjacent. Al t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 June 1897

'MAKE IT THE ISSUE. SPEECH OF HON. C. A. TOWNE, OF MINNESOTA. The 8llTr Republican Conference Mtt at Chicago and f.'sten to an Able Adilreia on the Subject of True Bi metallism. The free silver republican conference met at Chicago on Juno 8. lion. Charles A. Towne, of Minnesota, pre--sided over the conference, and Hon. J. B. Menanger, of West Virginia, was Secretary. Thirty-four states and Ok lahoma Territory were represented. Committees on Credentials, Plan and Purposes of Organization, were then appointed, after which Mr. Towne de livered the opening address. Mr. Towne aid: ' "Gentlemen of the Committee: I give you greeting upon the auspicious opening of this couferonce, and con gratulate you and the great cause in which we are engaged that so numer ous and representative a body of men lias gathered from a large majority of the states and territories to participate in the first general council of the Sil ver Republican party of the United States. We are happy also to welcome the i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 17 June 1897

PRESENCE OF MIND. HOW AN AERONAUT SAVED HIMSELF IN THE OPEN AIR. A Long Piece of Rope and Neat Calcu lation Preferred the Life of Professor HI Wind But For Thi the Reporter Couldn't Tell This Iiiti-rrtlug Yarn. Wind was his uumo. Hiram Wind, but he told The Sun . reporter that tbey culled him Hi for short. "For a long time," enid ho, with a hnlf knnvish smile, "I didn't liko the abbreviation, but win n I was 2o and took to ballooning its it business it kind of sorter B?emed as if Providence meant thnt I should have hud that name and no other. Professor Hi Wind," ho add ed with pride, "is a name that is bound to soar through the loftiest realms of space. " "Did yon never have au accident?" inquired tho reporter. "Several, but they have never been the fault of the Wind." Tho professor began to show signs of succumbing to tho pump. "Of course," ho admitted hesitat ingly, "a man can't walk tho earth ev ery day without bumping up against something out of tho ordinary occasion ally. Hiid ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 June 1897

T TT TT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1897. NO. 42. 1 rv A.T . 1111 j It is generally conoedfd that there is no other place where one can buy so muoh for their earnings as at fJJ fa T f J ' S , We "ve for your inspection aud compariaon the following items in our shirt waist de partment that we are positive will please you. So buy your shirtwaist HEADY MADE, aud save time and money at our Great .June Bale. The . waists seen here are of the latest styles (see cut) and made up of the sea son's most dinty fabrics. 25 dozen Ladies' WaiStS, Made of percale; fast colors, de tatehable collars; large figure, latest patterns; regular price 75c June Sale Price, 50c. 16 dozen Ladies' WaiStS, Made up of lawns, pretty pat terns; detachable collars, June Sale Price, 69c. For of of allic lars turriback cuffs of same material waists; for June Sale they are 3 dozen Novelty Waists, Of Lappets, all different...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 June 1897

THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. ACCESSION DAYOBSERVED IN LONDON. Queen Begins tha Day wlth rrtjm the On of Her Husband Both Houses of Parliament Observe the Day The Irish Star Amy. London, June 21. Queen Victoria began the celebration of her jubilee yesterday, as was befitting her entire career, before the altar of her faith. Throughout London, the United King dom and the Empire, iu every cathe dral, church or chapel of the estab lished church of England were held ' services similar to those at St. George's chapel, Windsor, where her majesty paid her devotions and offered solemn thanks to God. The announcement that the sertices at St. George's chapel would be pri vate and for the members of the royal family prevented the gathering of a large crowd. The scene was must im pressive and the service very simple, llcr majesty sat in the chair of stato immediately In front of the commun ion rail and just beside the brass plate whose inscription designates the spot which was the temporary place of in ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 June 1897

V To rfnira good "lt.c' wltn poultry, ( X keep the houses clean and give the r fowls a good variety of food, with ground bones and meat scraps. If giv en as good caro as other animals have they will return a proportionate in come. Probably because he is a member of the President's cabinet, or maybe for the reason that he is a rich lumber man, a jeweler recently charged Gen eral Alger 840 for repairing a watch. If a man hates to do a certain thing it should be his duty to do something else. Plans have been drawn in New York for a structure of fifty, nine stories. It will be the highest building in the tworld until Chicago can put up one to beat it. Two bottles of Piso's Cure for Consnmp. tion cured me of a bad lung trouble. Mrs, 3. Nichols, Princeton, Ind., Mar. 26, 1895, An Indiana assessor thought life in surance policies ought to be assessed, but the court held they were not tax able. Dropsy treated free by Dr. H. H. Green's Bona, of Atlanta, On. The greatest dropsy -s specialists...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 June 1897

Ibutcbtnson (Sa3ette. Intend t the postoffloe In Hutchinson, Ksnsss, m second olaas matter. E. 6. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. aaas or dCBScniPTioif, U na Yia flJNION! - C. E. SIDLINGttR, fjescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the people's party county cental committee is hereby called to meet at the Gazette office on Saturday, the 17th day of July at 2 O'clock p in., for the purpose of call ing a county convention to nominate a county ticket and the transaction of men other business as may properly be considered. Let every committeeman be on hand. O. W. Hendkk, Chairman. E. G. Nettlbton, Sec'y. vui-uTira nf the new text book law have charged repeatedly that it will be oriwnfl this vear in maamg u entire change of books, wh'xh would; even if the people should not. But thD first, above named place is in cur opinion, one for which they will make atrannnilfl demands. We must say it om0r.t Riit while talking wua wim uVVua.. -...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 June 1897

"1 TVS.J. W. MAOCISB, SPECIALIST, i Y .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ j Throat. Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Offloa In Mi I ioolo Tampla, antulilnisou, Kauaaa. j LOCAl. AWB FEHaOJIAL. ) , ' Jim Stratton Is the father of a big ten pound boy, born Monday nighc. ' "Fatty" Holliday who has been on I the road playing with a show band, is tack for a while. i . ; Captain Slater of the Reformatory, i has resigned and taken a job on the I Santa Fe as superintendent of the ' construction of masonry. ! The Baptist Sunday school will hold i a picnic at the auditorium on rwxt Friday afternoon and evening. They i expect to have a good time. ! Universalis! church, corner Second i and Poplar streets. Services next i Sunday morning and evening, subjects: "A Religion for everyday" and "The ' Unity of Life." A cordial welcome extended to all. . State Senator Hessen. the leader of the republicans in the senate last winter, spent Suuday with John Myers! They are old army friends and though now div...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 June 1897

THE GAZETTE, JL . NETTLKTON A CO. m. a. Kxrcuroje, Buiioa. BDTCHINSON; KANSAS i (A8A8 l'li..VS OF lNTKKKST. Canton and Mel'herson are now con nected by telephone. There is tulle of erecting an auditor ium at Atchison for the convenience of conventions. Wanted Agents. Best work. Good commissions. Kansas Steam Laundry, Wichita, Kansas. .Torn Osborne of Kansas was elected an alternate to a delegate to the Re publican League of Kansas. The Leavenworth Dome difficulty is a good deal more exciting and war like than the Greek-Turkish scrap. A poor man in Western Kansas went to church in a suit made of flour sacks and was accused of being sacreligious. An abundant crop of grapes will be raised in all parts of the state this year. Also peaches and a big cherry crop is coming on. ,Fay Templeton, who used to'play in Kansas opera houses along about 1370, has just received 9100,000 from a re cent husband's estate; She is still young ond will probably marry again. Two car loads of mules have been...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 June 1897

AN ELASTIC CURRENCY IS NEEDED BEFORE WE CAN BE PROSPEROUS. Solon Cna of Cua' Mill. Met, Writ on the fcv 1 of tlin "Growing Dollar.' 16 to 1 Would lame Hon KUa and theMoi-er l.oaner' Interet to Full. An elastiu currency, "sound" enougU to suit the money lender is an impossi bility. The bondholders idea of sound money is a growingdollar--a dollar that is better to-day than it was yesterday a dollar that takes a streak of fat from year to year. A currency that is worth more to keep than to part with cannot be elas tic. Our currency that was elastic in 1880 is now like cast iron. Since 18) the "best money in the world'' has been growing better and better from year to year until now a dollar that is the "equivalent" of gold is worth more to keep than a dollars' worth of any thing else. The money lender has all the confidence in the world in the "equivalent of gold," but has no confi dence in houses and barns. The monev lender now demands two or three times as much property security for m...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 June 1897

DISPOSING OF PASTRY. 'Tidbits That Capable HonsewlTes Cbb Mke of Left Overs. It is not always an easy matter to dis pose of all the scraps of pantry left af tei making patties or pies of any kind. In olden times there was a variety of nice little cakes made of small pieces of fine pastry and garnished with jelly, jams or sweetened creanw whipped to a stiff froth and flavored. The well known "wells of Cupid," as they were known in those sentimental days, were nothing more thau tiny flat cakea of pastry with a raised ring of pastry luid on them, the cavity in the center being filled with jelly or jam of some bright color. These "wells" are sometimes made of cold boiled plum pudding, garnished with a creamy hard brandy sauce, and they are then served at the holiday sea son and known as "wells of Noel. " Al most any plain cooky dough may be rolled out and cut up into circles aud rings of equal size, and have a ring laid on every circle and the cakes baked. The cavity in the renter may b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 July 1897

fclltdftM Mutt, rr rr J) THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1 897. NO. 43. XMTf . TT MORE BARGAINS Our big counters and tables are piled full of the rarest for your special benefit. Come to the largest store in Hutchinson, when you wan4 to trade. Here is where you save money. The Following Hammocks. Made of heavy cotton yarn and finished in a superior man ner, full colored. Pillows are woven separately and dotatch able if desired, steel spreaders, good size; our special price, 75c and $1.00. Croquet sets for four pla--ers; our 98c ones reduced to 75c. "S Ladies' Wrappers made of Print in blank, white. silver grey or blue, and Uiuu3 niiu mil oieevua ttuu yoke in front and back, 75c each. 23 dozen Men's Turkey Red and Light Blue Handkerchiefs-- good size, choice of Lawns specials Dt'N!' week at. Iflo checks, wide & Children's Hound Combs good, 3ceach. nnnow stripes lOcyd mt) i in f : ig22iffi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 July 1897

THE GAZETTE. I. . NCTTLSTON A CO. a. a. KKrrLBtua, lunuii HUTCHINSON; KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF ISTKKKST. No one made light of the meteor when it was in mid-air. The Modern Tod ties is the name of a 'new lodge at Valley Center. Meade county contributed $5,000 to the state treasury last week. Oberlln people gave up $100 to a niu slcal director for a week's drill ' The present record is that that me' teor fell in forty-nine different places The usual number of engagements will follow the Win field Chautauqua. : It is a legal holiday and all the stores elose at Stafford when the base ball club pi ays. ! There will be five Fourth of July celebrations m Mcl'hcrson county all on the 3d. I The report sent out from Finney county regarding the big cherry crop is a bouncer. ; Wanted Agents. Best work. Good commissions. Kansas Steam Laundry f Wichita, Kansas. The normal institute at Ness City has more pretty school teachers in attendance than ever before. The Crescent Produce company, which has h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 July 1897

t 1 1 JOHN WANAMAKER. The conntry is not prosperous. Since the outset of the last presi dential campaign the party, press and political leaders generally fixed the November election of 18Urt as the date of the beginning of good times. A full half year has expir ed since the will of the republican party was declared. Thus far but one of the important issues of the campaign is nearing settlement, and hardly any noticeable improve ment of the wretched times is man-" ifest. The tide will soon set in strongly against . the republican party unless the depression in bus iness is altered. Idleness and want breed a bitter discontent which will never be overcome until there are ample employments. The foes America has to fear are not the sullen, savage Turks, nor the insurrectionists of Cuba, nor the territory-grasping British, but they are our own patient and heart tried people our own suffering, much-promised people who, be trayed and disheartened, no long er have faith in their party, and w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 1 July 1897

Ibutcbtnsori Gwttc. latered t the poetofflee in Hatohlnaon, Kiwm, as second olass matter. E.O. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. I SUMS OF dUBSCBIITIOW, l.00 P YA C. E. SIDLINGER, Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the people's party couity central committee is hereby called to meet at the Gazette office on Saturday, the 17th day of July at JJ o'clock p. m., for the purpose of call inn a county conveulion to nominate a county ticket and the transaction of such other business as may properly he considered. Let every committeeman be on hand. O. W. iiendeb. Chairman. E. G. Nettlgton, Sec'y. We are informed that David Over myre disclaims any purpose of contest ing tor Rev. itotkin's place. This shows that as we have said before, it is not the democrats who are (loin if the scheming, but It is some populists who do not like Botkin. Lyman Nauole, in his' paper, the Wellington Voice, suggests that if Lewelling Is allowed to remain...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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