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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 August 1897

B.J. W. MAttCIKK. BPicciAuaT, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. ria.M Scientifically Adjusted. Office in lit unlc Temple, tf otulilnsou, Kauaas. L,CA1 AND PKftAOAAL. Band concert at the park Sunday -afternoon; admission 10c. Remember the show on Saturday and Monday. Popular prices. Sunday was one of ihe hottest days of the season the thermometer regis terlnft 105 iu the shade. Pastures are becoming so dry in many parts of the county that stock men are compelled to move toeir stock. Davie Justice, a little girl living Just west of town, fell from a cherry tree a few days ago and broke her arm be sides dislocating her elbow. Mist Delia Rankin and other mem bersof her family from near Stafford were visiting the family of S. S. Leighty near Booth last week. Prof Jackson is conducting a nor mal at Meade iu Meade county this month. The value of his services are beginning to be recognized abroad. The band will give a coucert at the Dark Sunday afternoon. Go and set in the shade whi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 August 1897

THE GAZETTE, K. B. NCTTtSTON A Cft . . MTTLXYOS, 101101. HDTCHINSONj KANSAS KAKSA8 ITEMS OF INTEREST. The joints have been closed at Lar Bed, : Lawrence is the only chest club town in the state. Newton Is becoming a great shipping point for live stock. Seed wheat is being shipped from Abilene to Missouri The "kid" drum corps at Garden City is the best in the state. A cumber of Kansans lire going to the Alaska gold fields seeking' a for tune. Fort Scott will soon have four springs of mineral water all of different and very healthful properties. Barton county is to have another big ditch and the Arkansas river be low Barton mfc ht as well give np try ing. Johnson City is to have a ball carni val August 7th. Two base ball games in the aftoi-noou am! a grand ball at night Abase ball player at Newton wus fined $5 and costs for licking the um pire. Sometimes it Is worth that much. In an Arkansas City store a young woman is in charge of the overall and a young man presides at the corset co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 August 1897

) i y OUR MONEY LOANERS MODERN AND ANCIENT. CONDI TIONS COMPARED BY MILLS Modern Baformere are Verf Mild In thol IemauU Whan Compared With An elont Law Ulveri Such . Atone and Bolou Who Repudiated Da IX un Land There is quite a general impression abroad that the advocates of the fieo free coinage of silver and of other re- forma-now-being-urged,- are men of pe culiar and unusual, not to say fanat ical ideas. It is my purpose to-nigh to show that, the proposals made by lis are moderate and conservative in 'com parison with the reforms proposed and carried out under the direction and leadership of the great reformers of others days. I wish to consider for a little while this evening' an ancient law-giver, the conditions under which he came into power, and the measures he adopted and then consider how moderate are the measures we propose as compared with this ancient legislation. I refer to Solon of Athens, who came into power as the auhron of Attica, 51)4 years before Christ. At that ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 August 1897

A BLIND TRAVELER. Ha Flnda HI Way Alone Along th Road of California. Gilbert Watkius is the name of a Wind man wh lives ou Brush street, near Taj lor. Although he is so blind he tiannot tell day from night, even though he look directly at the huu, it iocs not oterfwe with his ability to travel. In fact, Watkina does mure traveling thua most other people except drummers. And, furthermore, be does the motA ot it without any one to guide him. Watkius, when he is in the city, n be seen stavdiug on the corners of -some of the down town stretu, where ho sells notions and other small articles in order to gain a livelihood. But he does not . stay long at a fflue, because ho likes to visit ditforeut platen and meet different people. Ha always attends the different celebrations and fieatas, whew be says .be is sure to njoy himself. When Watkius wants to go any place the flrnt time, he gets some-nno to guide him, if possible, but after that ho can go alone ut auy time be witilicK. He has been ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 August 1897

TT TT lt til orloal looi.ta- TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 18J7. NO. 49, r TT V - , A PART OF CRIPPLE CREEK Has ccme down from the Rocky Mountains and haa lodged at .... . Hutchinson, Kansas. The dry goods stock purchased of lln fc con, of Cripple Creek, is going at a lively pace. Everyone trying to gt a portion of this splendid stock Ht our remarkably low prices, is bringing to our store many eager buyers fot ftorty miles arounfl. Huey's Lace Cur tains 25 yards long good net and sold at 69c pair; at yJHc. Martin's - pr. 16 inch brown Cot ton Crash; Huey's price 4c yd, Olc. Martin's price, 2yd. One lot of LL Un bleached Muslim; Hu ey's price was lie. 7ic, Martin's tt2yd Chenille Covers Ssize Huey's price was 50c, at Martin's Qc. sale - - -Uea. 35 pieces Amoskeag apron Gingham, Kc. this sale - tJyd- Lien's Suits (Some left, but going fast) Huey's price $10.00 suit, at Mar tin's sale, . ....

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 August 1897

) WOMEN TO THE FBONT TAKING ACTIVE HAND IN THE MINERS' STRIKE. Mrs. Mary Jonas, the Chicago Agitator, fears the Sneers or Failure of th Strike Rolls With tha Wls of tha Ulnars. Pittbitro, Ta., Aug1, 9. Although yesterday was considered a day of rest among the strikers, probably the most effective work anion the Plum Creek miners was performed, and as a result the strikers have been assured that considerably less than SOD men will be at work to-day at the mine. A large mass meeting was held at Camp Isolation, at Plum Creek, which. in addition to abont 1,000 others, was attended by about 300 women, the wires and daughters of ' the miners who are still at work in the Plum Creek mine. Because of tha many restrictions put on the strikers, they have hitherto been unable to get a chance to argue their cause with the Plum creek work' men, and the occasion given them was taken advantage of to the fullest ex tent The unusual opportunity was the result of tha missionary work of the wives of th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 August 1897

f A FARM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. torn Cp-to-Dat Hints A boat Cultiva tion of tb Boll and Yield Thereof Horticulture, Viticulture and Flori culture. Stick to the Farm, FRIEND of our3 owned a good farm a few years ago, about two miles from a thriving city, writes T. B. Terry, in Practical Farmer. He and his sons lived on it and had a fine home aad were prosper ing slowly. But they got it in their heads that they could live easier and do better by moving to town and going Into some business. And they went, renting the farm. They korrowed money on it, and put that with what they had and started a gro cery store. He is a man of more than average ability. They all worked ear ly and late for success. Last year, however, was too much for them. They had to trust out too much, and the y laboring people had so nuie muucj, and there was so much competition among the dealers to get that, that the weakest had to go down. The sheriff has sold the farm, and everything els...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 August 1897

Ibutcbtnson (Swttc. tared t the poetofftoe In Hutchinson, Kansas, ' as second olast matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. flHMB OF 4BBSCBIPTI0M, 1.00 PlYlA C. E. SIDLINGKR, fjeacrlpttons s Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson POPULIST CONVENTION. A delegate convention of tbe peo ple'a party of Reno couuty is hereby called to assemble at tbe oourt house in tbe city of Ilufchiueon at 11 a. m. Saturday, August 21, 1897, to nominate candidates for the follow ing county oflicers: Sheriff, county clerk, countv tieasurer. register of deeds, surveyor and coroner. The primaries will be held on Tue day Auguatthe 17ib at the usual places, iu the couutry precincts at 2 o clock d. ni. and in the cities and towns at 8 o'clock p. m. The basis of representation will be one delegate lor each township or ward ami one for each twenty votes or ma jor fraction. thereof cast for Governor Leedy. Upon this basis the appor tiomnent will be as follows. Alblnu 0 South Reno Arlington 8 Bell 3 Ca'tletrn 5 ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 August 1897

TiH. 3. W. MAGUIHK, R PEClAlJSTi Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Glasses Sclentiaeally Adjustod. Offloe in Ma ..,L. T.mi.ia Hutohlneon. Kansas. LACAL AND PEBAOjiAl,. Go to the Auditorium oo next Thurs day night aui see the prizes awarded. It is announced that Hutchinson Is to have a new bank. It reaily does seem to be an assured thing. Band coucert at the park next Thurs da; night. The prizes will also De awarded to the winners of that day a bicycle races Admission ten cants. P C. Flory, ediiorof the Elk County Citizen, was in town the forepart of the week visitiug his sister Mrs. Ed Ardery. While h re he made a pleas ant call on the Gazette The dog aud pouy snow was appar ently well appreciated by the people of Hutchinson. The tricxs of the ani mals were as goad as expected and many of them were new. The republican papers In crowing over a diminution of tax levy do not seem to thiuk the people will ask: "If so much economy is possible why bas not ihe republican board in year...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 August 1897

THE GAZETTE, x. . NrmxroN ca a a. arrtLmur, Burton. HUTCHINSON; KAN9AI KANSAS ITE3IS OF INTEHEST Tola is to hare a new brick school house. A big camp meeting is to be held at Ellin wood. Morton county farmers are hauling broom corn and getting $30 a ton. Elm Mills is a great summer resort of Southwest Kansas. Fishing and politics. The critical time for the Kansas corn arrived three weeks ago and the corn is still holding up its head look ing for rain. Barber county warrants are now worth 100 cents on the dollar. A lot of eastern Kansas counties should learn how to do it Chief Justice Dostcr's family will soon more from Marion to Topekn. have lived in one house in Mariou for twenty-seven years. Hot winds have greatly damaged the corn in Jewell county in the southwest corner. The rest of the county can stand a drouth for a week longer. A northeast wind has greatly refreshed the corn crop. An Atchison young man who stays op late seven nights in a week and dreams of his girl when asleep...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 August 1897

UNLESS ENGLAND LEADS. FRANCE AND GERMANY WILL NOT ' ' - JOIN US. Verry Belmont Thinks Eiiflaud I Wall Satisfied With Things at Thar are and Will Not co to the DauliU MMuidard Unless Forced To. Mr. Terry Belmont lias been heard from. lie lias submitted a "carefully prepare" interview to the associated press, giving the conclusions arrived at as the result of his recent European trip, relative to international bimetal lism. lie is not hopeful! He is not half so sanguine as Mr. Edward O. Woleott, whose snith in England's coming to our rescue seems to be as proof against wear and tear and frayed edges as the love of David and .Tohnathan. Mr. Belmont makes some statements which sound unfamiliar insofar only as they come from one who, previous to election, '.vas industriously engaged in disseminating the seeds of an innocent faith in England's speedy conversion to international bimetallism. He says, and of this let American in ternational bimetallists who rush into print that England is o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 August 1897

FrfrnfersCorrespondsnce. WESTJIlSfSTER. Mips Flo Olivorson got the Abbyville postofflce. We congratulate her and be speak tbe sentiment of our community that she will make an efficient postmis tress. Mr. L. C. Smith is tlirnsliing this week and will have 6,000 bushels of wbent but still he is not satisfied im ho is talking of going to Olondyke. Wonder if his best iil lives up iu thut country. If everybody goes to the. gold fields of AlitskBthat is ulking about going our part of tbe couuty will be almost depop ulated. . Sir. ami Mrs. D. M. Stewart also Rev. Cook and family of Lincoln, were visit ing Mr. anil Mrs. Geo. Molveraud otli eisiuour towntdiip this week. They seemed to enjoy onr clinmte very mucli. Woen Inst seen 1) M S. was starting home petvlietl njuirrel-fii.-'liioii upou tlie seat, of a spring wagon with a piece of pie in each hand, eating for dear life. PorcusM. What of tbe present and future? Are we able to stand alone or pball we invite to jin wua us other re formers w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 August 1897

''o 04 '0, Y TT TT i THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST ID, 1897. AO. 50. V i h' .,:' ,1 t J- ;4 EIiON-BIKEI Best places yet heard of for rich values; we take it for granted that to realize the most for your money that will naturally come to Mar tin's first Our values are undoubtedly creating intense interest throughout the country. Little prices like these bring to our store scores of interested buyers. Men'swhite unlaun dered Shirts made of good muslin, notmade heavy by starch, linen where linen should be, reinforced front and oacK, - uKc. 3 for SI. 00 ea. 500 Pairs Genuine Rockford Kc. Socks, seamless, ribbed top O pr. Men's Goat Skin Gloves, unlined, string fasteners, best glove manufactured OKc. forihe money, Men's Suspenders, good elastic web, wire buckles, patent tin back; Martin'si c. price JLU pr. Boys' Knee Pants, years, Martins 9-ounce gray denim Overalls, rivited but tons, felled sea...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 August 1897

ARKANSAS RACE WAR THREE MEN KILLED ONE FATALLY INJURED. Negro Charged With Harder Resisted Arrest Officer and Negro Botb Rein forced sod Pitched Buttle ronght Negroes Fled and a Pone In Pursuit Little Rook. Ark., Aug. 18. The bloodiest race riot that has occurred b Arkansas In months took place at alarm station, thirty miles from Lit tle Rock, last evening. Three mon ire dead, another fatally wounded tnd two others injured. The dead ire: Harrison Korr, a negro, shot all io pieces; Charles Peters, colored, tilled outright; Charles Andry, white, (hot through the heart. The seriously Injured are: J. T. Clarke, jr.; telegraph operator, shot through the shoulder, probably totally; D. R. Owens, white, deputy iheriff of Perry county, shot through Hie groin, seriously. Owens, a deputy Bheriff from Perry sounty, had a warrant for Harrison Korr, a negro, charged with murder. When he attempted to make the ar rest at Palarm, Korr opened fire on the officer. The first shot struck Dwens in the gr...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 August 1897

The first ettlement by people of English blooil la Missouri was made la Vf-owa-d county, near the present site of the totro of Franklin, In 1810. A man In Kansas City has been In jured by a folding bed that opened out Instead of closing up. Ha has sued for damages, but it is doubtful whether it would be proper for the courts to dis courage this innovation in folding beds. Investigation will reveal that people who howl around at night and disturb industrious people who want to tloep are loafing during the day. Don'tTobaoco Spit and Staoks Yoar Life Away. To nnlt tobacco cosily aud foreyor, be mag aetlc. full of lifo. nerro and vigor, tako No-To-Bac, the wonderworker, that niakea weak rneu strong. All drngRlsta, Mo or II. Curo guaraii tcoit. Booklet and saniile free. Addresa Star ing Itoniedy Co., Chicago or New York. No American boy ever runs away from home after he is eighteen years old; he just goes away. Rend the Advertamenta, Yon will enjoy this publication much better if you wil...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 August 1897

iDutcblnson Oa3ette. atered at the pontoffloe In Hutohlnson, Kansas, u second aim matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. tlRMS Or -jOBBCRIPTlOM, I. 00 fuTu C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tiie Druggist ljescriptionB 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 Hutchinson at 11 a. in. Saturday, August 21, 1897, to nominate candidates for tbe follow ing county officers: Sheriff, county clerk, county tieasurer, register of deeds, surveyor and coroner. m . . : : 1 1 U I ... 1 .1 Tl.. I it.epnmanenvvu. ueue.uuu day August me mn at ine usual piaces, in the country precincts at 2 o'clock p. m. and in the citits and towns at 8 o'clock p. m The basis of representation will be one delegate for each township or ward anrtoneioreaco twenty votes or ma- jui irauuuu weicui taut ""voium for Governor tKKUj. yjyun ii'io imoio "FF'- t ta l.l V. 1 .. K this basis the tionment w...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 August 1897

,R.J. W. MAGDIRB, BPBJCIAJ-JST .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. flUsiea ScleiitMrslly Adjusted. Office In Us eonlu leinplo, HutuUlnsou, Kauaas. LCAL AND PEHHOSAL. Sims Ely an old timer wbo democratic paper in this city vears ago. is visiting here His ran a some borne is now in Arizona. Cards are out lor the marriage of Mr. John D. Peckham to MIbs Hattie VanBuren at the home of the bride's parents in Haven on September 6th. When your sole needs repairing don't go to the priest or preacher but go to Godley's shoe shop just south of Van Zandt's implement store. Hard times prices. Judge Samuel Chase the newly elected superintendent of the reform atory has not yet taken charge of the institution but will in a few days. He arrived Monday. Bead the prices in the ad of Irvan & Brown Dry Goods Co., this week. The Bhrewd buyer keeps himself in formed on bargain prices by reading the ads. The three months old bibe of Mr. ani Mrs. Nye on B, West died Satur day night and was burried...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 August 1897

THE GAZETTE. X. B. NITTLITON CO. B. , KTTUTU, BOMOIt HUTCHINSON, KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF IMTERKST. Changfe lias 'gas to burn" and a new telephon-j system is being put in. The city council at Newton proposes to wipe out the joints, not to license them, as reported. Tho new bridge over tho Kaw river at Topcka will be opened on the 20th. Oue span is 120 feet wide. Hutchinson has a new Santa Fe de pot, over which the populace rejoices like a girl with a new bicycle. Sheffield Ingalls, youngest son of ex Senator Ingalls, has passed an exam ination for admission to the bar. The Santa Fe will this year expend $152,000 in new buildings over the sys tem. Topeka gets $35,000 for new car shops. Quite a number of Mennonites are preparing to leave Kansas for the low malarial lands between Houston and the gulf. Sexton, of Leavenworth, has won the title of champion wing shot of Kansas, at Emporia, killing twenty-five live birds straight. The Southern Kansas Reunion asso ciation will hold its annual...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 August 1897

V V A CREATION OF LAW. SOME OLD STUMBLING REMOVED. BLOCKS The Editor of the Medical World auiiwera Soma Oft Repeated Queillom Con cerning Money and I t 1 urchailng Power and Valne. Editor Medical World: Will you please answer fully and succintly the following questions? 1st. If, as you have repeatedly as serted, money is a "legal creation,'1 why could not the highest law-making body wo have, the Congress of the United States, make enough money in twenty-four hours by legal enactment to pay off our national indebtedness and have enough left bo that every man, woman and child in the United States would have one million dollars in their pocket 2nd. How would it be possible to attain the impossible, by. having a double standard for our dollar, as ad' vocated by the free silverites? To il lustrate: Mathematical science has decreed that one hundred cents should constitute the dollar; thirty-six inches, one yard; four pecks, one bushel, etc., etc. Now to have a doublo standard in these mea...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 August 1897

1 ' rsoM ogrcoN. Edijob Gazette I will try and re deem a promise mads to my friends itod your readers. It would be impossible to attempt to give a general idea of the country iu one article without going into lengthy details and trespass on the edi . tor's patience. Our route whs over the Santn Fe and Southern tPaciflc. The Spanish Peaks and needles were a grand sight, moun tains towering bare and sharp and duz eling in their glistening white. The Ce dar Glade is one magnificent park. The trees look to be in straight row?. This is a piotuieof indescrihalile splendor like the Gaiden of the Gods. The Santa Fe and Southern Pacific ruilwu system ruus over hundreds of miles t an uninhabit able desert, hopele-sly birren, doomed to irredeemable sterility. The Mojave des ert is nothing but driftiugsauds and lava beds. We could see the'mouth of Death val ley from the train; fimii the Needles to liogere is a tlesert and from theie to San Francisco was a pretty fair country. We stayed two days...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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