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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 July 1897

TT Tf o K TT V IKll TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THB PEOPLE'S PARtY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL.7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. JULY 22, 181)7. NO. 46. f77 . -n . The Tvienty-Fist Semi-Annual Sale Is Now in Full Swing at It is the season 1iat we clear out all our spring and summer goods to make room for fall and winter goods, which are arriving daily, and in orier to clear thein out we have to cut the prices and cut tuera deep. It will pay you to couie in and look at the figures on the goods we iiave thrown out on our counters. Every one of them are trade winners: At 25c Yard. H2 'pieces light colored, light weight Etamine and figured all wool and mo ihorr, and wool diessgoods; Cut from 45c and 75c yard. At 1 5c Yard . :20 pieces extra fine imported En glish flannel shirting, white and light grounds with neat stripes and checks. Cut from 25 and 35c yard . 35C el A11 our "5() Ladies' Waists, now fa 35c GtXm At $1.00 Pair. Boys' and youths' fuitiu calf lace hoes, coin toe, tip...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 July 1897

THE GAZETTE. I. 0. WETTIXrON CO. B. . fTITTUTOJ, Hilt ' BOTCHINSON; KANSAS KANSAS ITKM8 OF INTKFKST. The Great Bend Congregatlonalists made a net gain of twelve last week A Hiawatha girl on the Fourth of July said it was all right to praise the men of TG, but as r she preferred them about 21. Croquet is not in the regular course of study, tut all the teachers in the Grant county institute are taking it. The men of Abilene are organizing ft union, and will soon strike for the right to wear Mothers Hubbards and nothing else. More commercial baggage was han dled at the Blue Rapids depots during the month of June than in any previous month for three years. , Western Kansas papers are kicking on the government spending $35,000 for a fast mail for Kansas City news papers and sending mail to Western Kansas by freight. An Arkansas City merchant avers that he has never been traveling men so thick in Kansas as they are now. The report of the big wheat crop has brought them out of the east Thr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 July 1897

POPULAR IN CANADA. POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS IN UNI VERSAL FAVOR. They Woader WhxtlieVnlted Slate Does N't Make Similar Via of th PoituHlr.a Advantage of th Nytrm. Uiei the People Confidence. Ottawa, Canada, June 20. Postoffiee savings banks hare been in use in Can ada since 1808, to the entire satisfaction of the people of the dominion. The postoffiee savings bank here is regarded as an established institution, whose existence is not to be questioned any more than that of the postoffiee depart ment itself. The proposition to do away with postoffiee savings banks would receive no more encouragement here than a proposition to deprive the postoffiee of its money-order function would receive in the .United States. Practically everybody in Canada ap proves of postal savings banks, and the wonder here is that the United States should have delayed so long the establishment of an institntlon so be nificent in its operation, so potent in conserving the welfare of the people and in allaying the s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 July 1897

IDutcblnson (5a3ette. Intered t tbe postofflce In Huichlneon, Kansas, as second olass matter. , E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. tUXS Of "jUBBOBIPTIOtf, $1.00 pn Via C. E. SIDLINGKR, Fjeucriptious a Specialty. North MaiD Street Hutchinson POPULIST CONVENTION. A delegate convention of tbe peo pie's party of Reno county fa bereby called to Assemble at tbe court bouse in the city of llut.cbiueon at 11 a. m. Saturday, August 21, 1807, to nominate candidates for tbe follow ing county officers: Sheriff, county clerk, county tieasurer, register of deeds, surveyor and coroner The primaries will be held on Tues day August the 17th at the usual places in tbe country precincts at 2 o'clock p. m. and in the cities and towns at 8 o'clock p. in. The basis of representation will be one delegate for each township or ward and one for each twenty votes or ma jor fraction thereof cast for Governor J.eedy. Upon this basis the appor tionment will he as follows Alblni, B Arllug'nn 9 Bell 3 Caxtletrn 5 Cent...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 July 1897

TAB. J. W. MAttUIRB, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. GUsaea Sclentlflcaliy Adjusted. Offloe in Ha utile Temple, UutuDlntou, Kauaaa. LVAL AND PERAOAAL. Ben Nusbaum of the Star Clothiers Is in the East buying a fall stock. He will stop lu Chicano and then goon to New York and other poiuts in the East. George Thomas who was convicted of statutory rape at Garnett a short time ago, as told in the Gazette, is organizing a band at Lansing, lie is aid to be a good band man John McDonald, editor ot the West ern School Journal, of Topeka, visited the normal in this city the fore part of the week. In the afternoon he made the Gazette office a pleasant call. The Western School Journal is by all means the one journal for Kansas teachers. J. B. Vincent N now postmaster, lie took possession of the postofBce on last Friday. Mr. Mead and his son are engaged full time in the cigar busi ness . S. F. Mead has moved his family to Newtou to take charge of the branch at that place. M...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 July 1897

SHIP GOLD BY TONS. ARRIVAL AT SEATTLE OF A CARGO FROM KLONDYKE. Mine Wonderfully Rich Mo Are Be coming Millionaire by the DUcovery Hard! hip Are Met, bat There I Ho Doubt M to the Gold. Bkitti.k, Wash., July 19. Gold in Seattle to-day is weighed by the hun dred pounds. The steamer Portland Is here from the Klondyke and hits brought in treasure weighing- more than a ton and valued at not less than $1,000,000. Shortly after the arrival two miners, Clarence Berry and Frank I'hlscador, carried a basketful of dust to the Northern Pacific express office. It weighed a little more than 3i0 pounds, and was valued, roughly estimated, at $75,000. The announcement that the steamer Portland, from St Michael's, Alaska, would bring down a large party of miners, each loaded down with Klon dyke gold, caused intense interest. When the crew ran nut the gangplank a hungry-eyed crowd watched the re turning Argonauts as they carried their precious load ashore. First came those with little buckskin sacks,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 July 1897

No man's trouble is as great a hi iglia. ;' ' Nevor neg-lect the calves.- A calf which is half fed when .young will sever be tlie'raost profitable soiuial to leep. The Japanese wluebrrv is still heard from occasionally. . It is not of very good flavor, and is not surprisingly productive nor is it remarkably hardy. With these few exceptions it is proba- Wv fulfilling the chums of its intro ducer. It is un ornamental plant id places. The pear tree does not need hl''h fer tilization. Ciive modern tuly pood soil and plenty of mineral fertilizers and it will do its best. It pays to hire extra help a few day durinjr the harvest, so that the corn, which is our great crop, can have proper cultivation at tho most critical time. Above a certain yield of a crop the profits increase rapidly. A fair crop may cover expenses, and after that all tho surplus is pure gam. VI course, he succeeds best who makes this surplus large and does not wince at the labor and expense in enriching his land. I Thos...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 July 1897

WA1TIMO TBI WiTt. Ton told ui that billow of prosperity would How A mighty wave across the tend from Maine to Mexico; That the mills wonld all be Qjend end lost con fidence restored, And the banks woild loosen op" their grip upon the golden hoard. We are tritlng now the virtue of 'be "golden cure"toeave, And ere waiting, welting, waiting, ealmly writ ing for ibe wave. Ion ld the glorious fl of Thrift at once would be onf nrled. And wave again In gladness o'er reconstructed world; That Hopo's effulgent beams would shine In floods of living light. And ravea-wlngea Despair would take her everlasting flight. That then.- grand things would happen, jroa your solemn promise gave, And now we're waiting, waiting, calmly wait ing for tho wave. Yes, all these things would happen wo were conlkleulljr told. If we'd vote f-.r Buckeye Hilly and the single stun'ilard mM; But now we're on our uppers Ironi tramping on tho si reel In search of work to earn wherewith to buy our bread and meat We voted ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 July 1897

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLK'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. JULY 20, 1897. NO. 47. IJ5W FilIIfl GOODS at From July 15th to July 27th this season we have re ceived 127 large eases NEW FALL GOODS, weigh ing 29..-S05 lbs. and they have jirat commenced to come in. You can perhaps form an idea o the enormous amount of dry goods we sell when we tell you that Mr. Martin is going East the latter part of th s week to purchase his fall stock. Those goods already received a-nd those on the way, wera pur chased direct from the factories through their traveling agents. A. FEW At 14c Yard. Double fold, Novelty Plaid Dress Goods, in iNeat figures, checks and broken plaid ef fects, a splendid mate rial for school dresses. At 25c Yard. Full yard wide Bro caded black Dress 'Goods in Mohairs.Bro caded Serge and Ar mure weaves; nothing ever before shown like them for less than 39c At 50c Yard. 50-inch imported French Serge, good heavy quality, :b...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 July 1897

A INK CRISIS II HI PEACE OR SERIOUS TROU BLE THIS WEEK. BOTH SIDES PREPARING. Arbitrator Mop to Seen re Settle- aaent strikers Making Beady to Try to Close All Western Penn sylvania Mines Wnt Vir ginia Agitator Dlsooor ad Strike Report. Pittsbitbo, Pa., July 27. That a crisis in tho coal mining situation will come this week is conceded on all sides. The arbitration commissioners, on the one side, feel hopeful that they will bring- about the initiative for a settlement at the meeting of opera tors tomorrow morning. The miners' officials, on the other hand, claim to have adopted measures that will make the tie-up of the mines complete. It has developed that many of the West Virginia miners are awaiting word that all of the shafts in the Pittsburg district and especially the New York and Cleveland mines, have suspended. To accomplish this, arrangements have been made for Eugene V. Debs and other labor agitators to come here and hold a meeting for the benefit of the New York and Clevela...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 July 1897

If ' i. ilftACULOUS MUD. am v t in Itinl A tVI A Kit f tVI RAL SPRINGS. IND. Khnimiltam, Kldnrr, Oladdof, Juod, Skin and Neroua Dleeaaes Bflg Hotel Has Been Erected and People Arc Journeying Tuere from All Owr tba Country to Hatha la the Mud. . deposit of most remarkable mud '. icovcred in Indiana, has of recent irg been attracting wide-spread at ; ulna. It ia located at tho Indiana noral finrlnea. Warren countv. and Is been formed by the action of the i ter from the famous Maguo-Lltnia li-luga. Through countless ages the .silage of magnificent oaks on the hiu- iio has annually fallen into a basin, id has been reduced by nature into ISure black earth unmixed with roots, jjmes or sand. The water from the li spring for thousands of years has (n soaking this deposit and saturat ii it with mineral salts, until now Hers is a layer of medicated mud cut two acres in extent and trom Jo. to twenty feet in thickness. ITna strange medicinal value of this Keuliar, black, porous substance wad Id...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 July 1897

Ibutcblnson (5a3ette. Intend at the postofitee Id Hutchinson, Kansat, u seoo ad olss mutter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Propriatort. Ibrmb or 4UBacaiPTioN, 1.00 PMTIA CUNIONl C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist inscriptions Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST CONVENTION. A delegate convention ot tbe peo pie's party of Reno county Is hereby called to assemble at tbe court bouse in tbe city of Hutchinson at a. in. Saturday, August 21, 1897, to nominate candidates for tbe follow inn couuty officers: Sheriff, county clerk, county tieasurer, register of deeds, surveyor and coroner. The primaries will be held on Tues day August tbe 17th at the usual places in tbe country precincts at 2 o'clock p. m and in the cities and towns at 8 o'clock p. in. The basis of representation will be one delegate for each township or ward and one for each twenty votes or ma jor fraction thereof cast for Governor leedy. Upon this basis tbe appor tionment will be as follows. Albion 5 South Reno A Arlington 8 R...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 July 1897

TJH.J. W. MAOCIBB. SPKCIA-LIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Giaaiea ScleutlflctUr Adjusted. Office in Ml .iiulo '1'ample, Matublnsou, Kauaa. LCAL AKB PEBAOHA1.. j Obi say, did you see the eclipse this I morning? Tbe new bicycle club held a meeting 1 on Monday night and transacted bus iness of Importance. The Democratic couuty central com mittee will meet at tbe Hotel Midland oo next Saturday afternoon. A new telephone card, to which has been added quite a number of new 'phones, has just been printed. Examine the ad of Geo. L. Robin eon, the new grocer. He will give you some prices that will astonish you. The preferred claims against tbe Bank of Hutchinson have been paid off this week by Receiver John M. Kinkel. Assistant Postmaster Mark Moore, of Forsha, Kansas, came in Saturday to spend a few days with his iriends and relatives in this city. Saturday morning Harry Leonard of Arlington, was arrested on a charge of attempting to bribe a witness. Leon ard gave a bond for...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 July 1897

THE GAZETTE. K. . NKTTL2T0N CO a. . anrunra, nunoa SDTCHINSONt -vs. . - KANSAS KANSAS JTK11S OF IMTfcJSKST. The stock yards case is still being tried, bat the people are tired of it and the newspapers have quit it. ' Mike Sntton will get his bond filled at by an insurance company. This is the new practice in Kansas and it is bow safe to be a man's friend. Kansas people should stay away from Alaskan gold fields. There is more money In Kansas wheat fields than there is in all Colorado's mineral. 'A bathing club has been organized it Channte. The members take an iwful oath to bathe every year wheth er they Deed it or not. The Tennessee street car line iti Lawrence is beiug lorn tip and will probably not be relaid. The company bas under consideration the using of the material in extending the system to Haskell institute Indian school. There bas been an unusual amonnt f heavy freight trafllc through New ton daring the past week. Much stock Is being sent east, and extras have been running...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 July 1897

SOCIALISM IN PRACTICE, j THE TOWN OF RUSKIN, TENN., AS AN EXAMPLE. Hutli In Wee Built by Worklngmen and ft Owned by Tbein. ' Use If the Onlf Title ' That Any Ouo Can Get tu i roperty In That Town. "Pilgrim," in the Coming Nation, makes the following comments on so ciallam a practiced in Buskin, Tenn: "Let us take the town of RuBkln, operated upon a Socialist plan, and compare it with a town In competition one containing, say, 300 people. This place, like all other towns, was built by workingrnen. Unlike other towns It Is owned by the men who built it, though none of them have a deed. The property is owned by society the title is held in common. Every one has a house and lot, and the rent is free in the usual sense of the word. It is paid however, in labor not as a doflnlto payment; but because the laborer turns his entire creations over to society, and it necessarily follows that he pays for his house. Unlike many laborers in competition who fear that they will not receive the value...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 July 1897

OMAR KHAYYAM RUBAIYAT. The following ! 80 extract from recent translation of Oraar Khayyam's Kubalyttt.a Utile known oriental production wlilon amav) crltloe rank along with tbeOdesay and AneaU, and published for the first time In the August Cosmopolitan. Tie a great f net , all this of Thee and Me ; Important folk are we to Thee and Me Tet, what if we mean nothing afer all? As what If fcearen care naught for-Tiee and UtS All thoae who la their gmvee unheeded lie -AVere just at pompona once aa You and I ; Complacent epake their little arrogant name And wagged their heads and never thought to die A beauty aleepi beneath yon quiet graas Who dreamed ber face the world mltht not surpass; Strength Is her neighbor, bnt he boatg no more And over thun the wind cries out "Alas !" Would you sees beauty, seek It andcrgound ; Would yiu find strength the atrong are under ground; And wimld you next your seek my love and me. Who knitwa but you must seek iie-underground O Saki ! who'i at last run m...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 August 1897

TT TT 0 IT TT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S, PARTY AND FARMERS ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 5, 1897. VOL. 7. NO. 4-8. BF YOUR corn did not come up to your expectations, Mr Farmer, you U be even more tUan anxious to make both enda meet this coining winter won't you? Aud if it did, well, it's mighty good policy to economize anyway and we're here to help you. are always on the alert, always look- 1 :u.. 1,1 ti,:., mg ior ana getting Buim-miug mira fliaii- mtmna tit nriem below W gltU 1.1.V .1 J I anvlK)dy else. Tus time it is the complete stock of D. R. fluey & Son, Cripple Creek's leading dry goods merchants; tliey sold their stock to Mr. Martin at a great sacrifice and it is now on sale at MARVELOUSLY LOW PRICES: Men's Big Heavy Over coats, most of tue,n brown, heavy, Bold at $10.50 and $12. Martin's Bale price $4.25 ea,. Laundered White Shirts, well made, good fit; Huey's $1.00 kind at Martin's sale at 45c ea. Tompson's Glove Fit ting Corset...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 August 1897

TARIFF PKOTESTS. FOREIGN NATIONS OBJECT TO THE NEW LAW. Italy, Rflleram, Hwltierland. Tnrkey nrl Ireland Fll Objection Tilt Hill Injurious to Trad With the Uoltad State. Washixotox, ' Anjr. 2. In a lute number of the Congressional Record containing speeches on the tariff con ference report is a speech by SI. N. Johnson of North Dakota, in which he mukes compilation of the protests re ceived by the state department from the representatives of foreign govern ments against certain duties imposed In the Dingley tariff bill, ' while that measure was pending. Some of these protests have been made public, others have been referred to the committees of Congress having the tariff bill In charge, and little or no attention has been paid to them. Nearly all of these communications revert to the commerce between the several coun tries and the United States. They in sist that the new tariff will retard that commerce, and some of thum inti mate that it will result in decreasing the demand for Ame...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 August 1897

. i. nt an Ohio man Whosfl mind was a perfect blank for ore than a month-at least, in al that tiina he nerer spoke of a federal appointment The fact that yery Httle is known in Loadon about Mr. Foster, the man to whom the Duchess of Hamilton was married the other day, may be said to be in his favor. The theory of a French savant to the effect that appendicitis is contagious U doubtless based upon the circum stance that it is fashionable. What ever is stylish always spreads The trouble is that by tho time peo ple liave learned to laugh at their troubles they begin to show stag ieetlu Many who are hunting summer re sorts might with a Httle effort find their own homes pleasantcr than any other place. ' Arouw to Action A dormant Urer, or jou will nlTor ill the tor tare Incident to pcroluned bilious attack. Constipation, heedacliee, djcpepma, turret! tongue, eonr breath, pain in the right aide, will admonish you ot neglect. Discipline tba recal citrant organ at once with Ho.itoltar's Sto...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 August 1897

Iftutcblrison Gwette. Catered t the pontofllee In Hnlohlneon, Kansas, as seoond olaas matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. I irks or jUmcKIPTION, tl.00 pbrYk C. E. SIDLINGER, Tile Druggist r ascriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST CONVENTION. A delegate convention of tbe peo pie's party of Reno county is hereby called to assemble at the court house in the city of llulchiiifon at 11 a. m. Saturday, August 21, 1897, to Dominate candidates for the follow Ing county olllcer: Sheriff, county clerk, county tieasurer, register of deeds, surveyor aud coroner. The primaries will be held on Tues day August the 17th at the usual places, iu the country precincts at 2 o'clock p. m. and In the cities and towns at 8 o'clock p. tu. The basis of representation will be one delegiite for each township or ward and one for each twenty votes or ma jor fraction thereof cast for Governor Leedy. Upon this basis the appor tionment will be as follows. Albion Arlington o Bell 3 Ca-tlef...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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