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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 December 1897

TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1897. NO. 14. vol. a That Name Directs Every Reader of This To tho best house in Kansas especially Christinas Bargains. 75 Genteel, Cheeiful Clerks to supply your wants. To Make Room for the Crowds, Holiday Goods on Second Floor. Fancy china plates, hand painted 2oo Hand painted bnttou and pin trays 25c; Four doz ladies glove and handkerchief cases, hand painted, celluloid tope, per eet ao 5x6 Inch tripple mirrors 3i)o Cellulloid photORraph album, gilt and plush trimmed, 40 photos 98o each f'liilrlrnna race course, a tov and eame combined Cbeoker boards, 13x13 Cbildrena toy lumps, round globe China set for children, 24 pieces 25c 25c 75c 25c Gold pens, pearl handles White celluloid toilet sets $100 per set lVar) paper cutters ' 25o each tihidrena set, knife, fork and spoon, white metal (good) Kc C'hildreue Columbian toy washing; ma chine $1.39 each Ladies fancy si...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 December 1897

THE GAZETTE. B. It. NBTTL.TrON A CO. a. . mTTLiriu). aunoa. HUTCHINSON. KAN8AB KANSAS ITEMS Of INTEREST. Out in western Kansas they say that duck's back will turn water like buf falo grass. Ftre destroyed two large frame bus iness buildings at Cimarron on the night of November 30th. An exchange sounds a note of joy over what it terms the waning of the 'card of thanks" custom. But as yet the "wane" is not perceptible to the naked eye. The gay winter season is now on in Kansas. Ed Smith of Wellington has inaugurated the holidays by clipping oil one of his fingers while making sauer kraut There was a slight hitch in a recent wedding supper at Ilolton caused by two town hoodlums who raided the pantry and walked off with all the wedding cakes. The Santa Clans ads have appeared in the weekly papers a trifle earlier this season than usual, but the dealers realize that this is the year for them to get in their work. A Kansas man feels like he is get ting musically educated when he can detec...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 December 1897

! RAILROAD QUESTION. AN ABLE DISCUSSION OF THE SUBJECT BY JOHN DAVIS. President Ripley of the Santa Fa yatera U anawered by a wan who ha mada a tody of too transportation problem la all IU phases. CONTIKUKD FKOU LAST WCKK. Editor of the Kansas Commoner? When we contemplate' the blunder ing rascality fit the corporate manage meat of the American railroads, the patriotic mind ia disposed to inquire for a better way. And, then, when the aanquinary feature ia considered; when it U understood that more peo ple are annually killed and wounded in America than by any other railway management on earth; that the annu al casualties the annual number kill ed and wounded, are nearly forty thousand personsabout equal to two battles of Shiloh the thinking and . -1 t 11.1 1 . 1 civuizea man is appaueu auu iuubv cry out in anguish "who shall deliver us from the body of this death?" (y There is but one way or method of Relief. The railroads these American public highways the most magnifi cent system ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 December 1897

TDutcbineon 3a3ette. Entered t (he poetoffloe In Hutchinson, Euuu, as second olasa matter. E. G. NETTIETON CO. Proprietors. limit Of dnaacaipnoR, il.OO PiaTiA C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Thk News says "What the Austrian reicbsrath needs is a Tom Reed We'll change it and say what Tom Reed needs is an Austrian reicbsrath It is now charged that Leland setU J. B Burton to New York to rustle campaign funds in '94 and that Burton picked up about $10,000, but did not give Leland an opportunity to use it He put wbat was used in legislative campaigns, and this is given as the ra son wby Leland opposed Burton for senator. Ex Governor John P.St. John was very nearly right when be said in Deu ver the other day: "I have reached the conclusion that it is as important to provide a home for the decent, sober man as it is to pull the drunkard out of the ditch, and if I live and have the chance I will vote for ffm, J. Bryan in 1900." The Gaze...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 December 1897

J)H.J. W. MAGUIHB. SPECIALIST, .a Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. GUf'tt -cleiitiH'l'y Adjusted ' Office. In Ma eonlc Icmple, ttntuuiiieon, timxus I.OOAL, ASD Pi:0!tAL. A petition for divorce lias ben tiled in the district conr by Anna Huest from her husband, Otto Huest Secure your seals for the lecture of Cel. Hamm at Zinn's jewelry store The lecture will occur Monday night, December 13 Governor Leedy whs a visitor at the JReformatory Thursday. The board -was In session and there was a general .accounting and love feast. 8. F. Canterbury, president ot the defunct Bank of Hutchinson, it is said 1s now employed with the Pittsburg & Gulf railroad in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cost are the tiappy parents of a new baby girl. Mr. Cost Is Mr. P. Martin's right hangman in conducting his big business. Ely D. Bryant, an old soldier living south ot town a short distance, died Thursday night. He was nearly 80 years of age and bad been living at the soldier's home until recently...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 December 1897

Ayer! For asthma, bronchitis, croup, or whooping cough, there Is no remedy so sure and so safe as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. This standard remedy far coughs, colds, and all diseases of the throat and lungs, is now put up ia half size bottles at half price, 50c. Pectoral v - V . ---- Although forty word, a minute is tsonsidered good .peed in typewriting. Boston jfirl, in a test recently, wrote eighty-nine words from dictation in a minute In a second test she made ninety-five. Writing from a familiar sentence she made 155 words in a min ute. Her best record is 114 from un familiar dictation and 184 from famil iar matter in a minute. The reader of a paper at a woman's historical club in New York the other day described Aaron Burr as "rushing into the house with Waxing eyes" on the day Texas was admitted to the Union. As Burr died in 18!l? and Texas was admitted in 1845, his sudden ap pearance on that occasion must have been in the nature of a surprise to his family. No-To-Bae for Firty Ca...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 December 1897

"it a gooi" rule fc remember In i business that the irmn who takes up do more of your tirao than is Absolute ly necessary, is better pay than the man not so brief. When vedie, we will give thanks with our last breath that embroidered dovlies and silver spoons don't have to bo' borrowed for such a social function Bi a funeral. It is rt great pity thut all the young people can't pet. hold of the diaries written by their parents in youth, Jo order to keep them properly humble, and in check. A diamond always looks larger to its owner than to any one else. As soon as Christ is ours, we cease to be our own. We wish to coll especial attention to the advertisement in this issue of the National Correspondence Institute of Washington, D. C. This institution ia thoroughly reliable and we cheerfully recommend them to our" readers. A college education at homo shows won derful advance in educational mutters. When a man makes a fool of himself he generally does the job well. Vice fither hides or d...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 9 December 1897

Farmer's Correspondance. IkARMONT HAPPENINGS. The snow storm aud cold weather last week was quite it surprise to many ot us. Revival meetings began at Harmony Sunday evening. Mrs. Gibbs, who bas been visiting In New York for some time baa returned borne. Fairy Qetter Is on the sick list. Rev. McQuary of Missouri, preached at Harmony Sunday night. Mr, Farthing's entertained the Har mony singing class last Thursday even ing. James Greon and wife have moved to their new home. Mr. Ray. the Harmony singing teacher seems to be quite a Pearl seefcer. jJre. S. Randall was visiting at H. D. Freeman's Sunday. X. X. "A. N EIIFOKH TOWNSHIP. As it has been Mime time since there has been anything in your paper from this township. I will send you a few items. It has been very told for ten days. It There was about three wiclies of snow fell lest Thursday. Wheat looks all right but the dry f i eez iug may injure it. Corn is yielding about seven bushels per acre. James Ross is buying mules. Edd Huffm...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 December 1897

, ! ,. , ' V f.vt . " ' ' ' . ,. .i .... .. v ... V i " ft-. .. 4-. Y ' ,u WnWfrliUiiOBGAIl--OFtHKK0Sfcti PABTX .AND;PAEMEB3' 'AWtMlSffeB OF RENO COUNTY. 8V fe'H tiN8QNfAiH tJRSD A V ; ECIJMB Elt 1, j 897; NO. 15. .,v,-V ,y..,' RHHHHHIPVHWWV' ii "-"TTILL.L .1 it. t --.-r-B-i- M H'-laf"T : 7,;. - zr c. V "1 V - . r I 1 1 I i V, If '... 'V " tb tli'oiisumls' ot. ijliristmiis ImjerB, who vv .. ( will duck to our"'tor:'ia the next tcu days. SANTA CLAUS,' Ia his wliite fur9 and big l,oot8 will he found in frout of our store. . Biinsf the little folks "to see him. Tis their delight and joy ' . g-f Dress Goods, -p .Klondike Plaids, 28in wide, biigU , colors, with rtdsed i-hft-ks ; : ,-, :: :l J , 1 4c yd. French Serge, m iiu-u wide, all wool, in till colors; spwml at 25c. Frisian Suitings, the latest novelty in drew f:ilri s. Ihii 'tifui patterns in Moe and Muc k and gneen and black; regular 75c grade at 59c yd. Moscoviette, vwy latest in plain wwive, -lmn a liesiilifiil. finish, is 44 inc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 December 1897

i- ! ? THE GAZETTE. I a. NRTTL.tTON CO. I. u. KSTIi.tr.iH, SullbE, "HUTCHINSON. FANSAB KANSAS ITEMS OF INTKRKST. Rabbits are said to be numerous in western Kansas this year. In the Santa Fe tbero are 2,334,810 Bharea of stock, of which only 341 are owned in Kansas. The Leoti mills are running in full blast again and the funncrs in that community are happy. A man can be happy in Kansas. He is not compelled to attempt to prow a Hue pross Uwo. It is not compul sory. That resignation of the Garden City postmaster has been lost in somebody's Inside pocket, says a promineut news paper. A genuine black jack rabbit was killed in Sumner county the other day. Black jack rabbits a:-u very Miaree in this country. In McPherson county, Prank Slade has just sold his farm for 5:t,r00. Thou. Wortley, a neighbor of Slade's, sold his for 33,200. There are eleven counties in the Fourth congressional district and only ten candidates for congress. Which one is not represented? A sonthern Kansas man makes...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 December 1897

CREED I see a plu-to-crat. What is he do-ing? He seems to be hard at work. Strange thing for a pin-1o-crat to do. What is he try-ing to do with that crow-bar? He is try-ing to get the small block from un-der the big one. Will ho suc-ceed? Yes, as the crow-bar rests on the block on which he has his right foot. Oh I see. The block that he is try-ing to re-move is sil-vcr. When he gets it out won't the big block fall? No, not at once. Why won't the big block fall at once? Be-cause lie in-tends to put that bank note block in its place. It will take quick work and it looks 'ts if he can-not get the Bank Note bc-fore the big block tum-blcs. He will move it in with his foor, as it is yer-y light, be-ing made of pa-per. It won't hold the big block up long, will it? No, not long. 'Ag-ri-cult-ure, com-merce and val-ues which have been in a pre-ca-ri-ous con-di-tion for a long time, will grad-u-al-ly fall un-til all are de-stroy-ed. Why does the plu-to-crat want to sub-slitute the pa-per for t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 December 1897

Ifoutcb.neon (5a3Ctte. Entered t the postofflce In HutchlnBon, Kansas, u second olMi matter. E. 9. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. Xmm or dtjasoairnos. 1.00 Pi Yia C. E. SIDLINGKR, fjescriptions Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson "A bill that will be introduced in the next legislature is one to make receivers of defunct uanks appointed by the ban commissioner, instead of the court as is done now. He is to have some sup ervision over the receivers under the new law in the matter of examinations, re oris, etc, and if all the business were in bis hands it would without doubt save many ot the steals now perpetrated. At a recent special election In Ne- odesna trie people witn an enormous majority voted bonds for a municipal gas and water plant. The private cor poration now holding a monopoly on these two necessities, took the matter into court and on a technicality in the election law got the election declared illegal. If the citizens of Hutchinson should exercise as much visrllance as th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 December 1897

"TVR. J. W. MAtiCIKE, SHfCClALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ r Throat. GUswe8clentlfli'l!y Adjuntttd. OIHoe In Mi onlc Temple, tlutubliipou, Kama LOCAL AND PERAOMAL. Otslersat tbe .Bon Ton. ,. . Mr. A D. Tucker, who has been down -around Emporia buying apples baa re turned. Bank Commissioner Breldentbal of Topeka, baa been here attending court this week. Befoie you arrange to take a Santa Fe train notice the new time card printed elsewhere. The Hutchinson. Wholesale Grocery Co. recently sold 15.000 pounds of coffee to the State board of Charities. Mr. Isaac Moore and Miss Martha Blair, both of Hutchinson, were mar Tied Sunday morning.. May they be bappy and prosperous. The American Steam Laundry has been distributing some large artistic calandars among their patrons. The Gazette acknowledges receipt of one. The ladies of the Methodist church are preparing for a chicken pie dinner to be given Friday evening at 5:30. Tbe place has not yet been decided on. Mrs. Elizabeth Willow...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 December 1897

u n ri ONE THOUSAND SEEKING TO GET BACK, NOW IN THE MOUNTAINS. Fully Twenty-Vivo I'er Ci'iit of the Stampodlny; Army Will Probably Mover Lire to Keitoli t'lvillsa tlon A 873,000 Relief Kx pedltlon Is Propl Food Is InnduquiitB. Victoria, B. C, Dec. 1 1. Hy the steamer Topeka, from Dycn, news is received that more than a thousand men without adequate supplies of food stampeded from Dawson during the latter part of October, and are now forcing their way over the mountains. Auk, the Indian mail currier who brought this report, said that the van guard of the terror stricken army was following less than a week behind him. He declared that fully 25 per cent of the stampeding army would never live to reach civilization. The river steamers Bella and Woare, it now appears, did not land more than 100 tons of provisions on their arrival in Dawson in the early part of Octo ber, owing to their having been hold up at Circle City. Men from Dyeu, headed by George F. Ulmor, propose to go to the relie...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 December 1897

No one can out live trouble. A Mrs. Bright, aged 108 years, figure in the tltat of destitute and hungry people in Kansas. Beading should teach us bow to seek for truth and meditation how to find It '. , v If the golden rule were followed in this country there would be very little of what is now regarded as justice by the people. Nothing makes a muu quite so mad l to hare a woman insist on marrying him whether he is willing or not, as some women will. A man who owns a sleigh has no difficulty in making himself solid with the girls. As girls soon get cold and re ready to come home he takes as many as six out in one afternoon, tak; ing each girl home as fast as she freez es, and going for another. The man who gets a girl in a buggy in summer isn't allowed to turn back till the horse gets lame. . . Beat Toftsees Spit tad smoke loar Uft Away. To Qalt tobacco easily and forerer, be mag netic, lull of lite, nerve and vigor, take No-To-8m, the wonder-worker, that makes weak man strong. All ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 16 December 1897

OUR SECOND ANNUAL OPE A4-I4-4. - Woo PREVENTION BATHER THAN CURE TThe following Impart of a paper read before the Sunday xchool conven tion hi this city last week b. 6"M'"' tecdeut Case, of the Retnri.mtmy. We h eve found it necessary 10 aWi" viate somewhat but we print the nwe Important parts It is better to inform than to reform Hetter to avoid intoxicants than to take the Keeleycure. Better to do riKht and be merry than to do wrona and be sad. Beiter to deal justly with oi'.r neiuhhors than Mr'- council forde f-nse. Better to Icve life and not t,buse it than put in our time fctunoitn in(j Ute Belter to truiu up children in pmhsof rinlitewsness than waste our time In lifeless censure General Garfield hh1(I,"1 hail with joy the hopefulness of youth" Youth l,ein the seedtime of life, what farmer or horticulturist would expect a crop without planting Rood seed; and like wise, what youth can exptct to pro duce iiood deeds in life without the ,od seed of truth Is sown in tne mind hiiJ ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 December 1897

iv 44 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. vol. a HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1897. NO. 1G. 'tiffin 5 FT TT Y GAZETTE READERS: We would like your attention for the short lapae of time it re quire? for ycur caieful collected from the four "KANSAS' GREATEST DRY GOODS SELLERS,' Our reputation for selling the most dependable merchandise for the least money, hacks the following items . . . Winter is Here in Earnest. Heavy Plush Lap Robes, made double, in black or fancy pat terns, worth $6.00 regularly, on . sale special until sold at S4.98 Simpson or Windsor Calicos, fast colors, pretty patterns, (!00! yds ic regular, December sale at 5c yd. Special Bargains . in Linens. Bought at the anti-iuveu'ory sale in large eastern wholesale houses, 8 pieces soft, finest half bleached Damask, American make, a net saving of lie a yard to you if you buy at our Decpmlr j-fale . 39c T)0 dozen i size napkins, linen, pure bleached, sold always 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. — 23 December 1897

THE GAZETTE u. NrrrtxroN k. NKTTLCt-llil, 11,1 1 OH BOTCH 1NS0N FLANSAB KANSAS ITKMSOFINTKREST. The Harper county poultry shofr was a decided success. Rabbits are said to be numerous In western Kansas this year. In Kansas at least the enacting Clans has not been knocked out of Santa yet. The Well-Forgo Express Company's agent at Wichita was fined for having quoils in his possession. The sugar beet experiments in Bar ton county this year not howling suc cesses, but the farmers will try it again. The drouth has made Abilene water marketable Large vessels of it are said to be shipped to places which are suffering for a lack of water. It needs to be impressed nn some Kansas men that the times this year! are no better for whittling dry goods boxes than they were last year. Miss Minnie Hell and Miss Laura Klein, both Wichita girls, made a race to the Cherokee Strip at the opening and secured claims. Miss Itell har vested this year 1,500 bushels of wheat and Miss Klein 1,000 bushels. A.Jew...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 23 December 1897

RECINA COEL1. I AY, did his siBtera wonder what could Joseph see In a mild, silent lit tle maid like thee? And was it awful in that narrow house. With God for babe and Spouse? r, IV' wmiiii - Tfay, like thy simple, female sort, each one Apt to find Him in HuBband and in Son, Nothing to thee came strange in this, Thy wonder was but wondrous bliss; Wondrous, for though True Virgin lives not but does know (Howbelt none ever yet confessed) That God lies really In her breast, ' Of thine he made his special nest And. so, All mothers worship little feet And kiss the very ground they've trod, But, ah, thy little Baby Sweet, Who was Indeed thy God! Coventry Patraore. ' H E N Luclen de , Hem bad seen his last 100-franc note ' raked In by the banker and had risen from the rou lette table where he had Just lost the remains of his small fortune he experienced a sort of vertigo and al most fell. With reeling brain and falling limbs he tottered over to the leather bench that encircled the room 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. — 23 December 1897

IbutcMnson Gfette. Entered tithe postoffloe In Hutchinson, Kansas, s second olaa matter. E.G. NETTLETON CO. Propflstors. tlRMR Of eJUBSOBIFTION, 1.00 pirYsa UNION I C. . SIDLINGER, TlioIDr-aggist Inscriptions a Specialty. - North Main Street Hutchinson Republican papers have reported the Fort Sco't Lantern, a populist pa per, as booming Attorney General Boyle or governor. It is a lie. An exchange says a Vermont man named Winter married a woman named Frost. We are of opinion they must recently have located in Kansas. Republican papers print conspicu ously the report of some glass facto ries opening up thin week, but say nothing about the tremendous Amos- keag cotton mills cutting wages. It isn't their time to print news of that sort. The Topeka Mail and Breeze com nliments Judge Webb on bis work of compiling the Kansas statutes, and also makes more complimentary re marks concerning the volumes printed. This was a work much needed, and few republicans will criticise this act of the po...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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