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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 April 1898

JQH.J. W. MAGUIRB. SPECIALIST, n Diseases of f Eye, Ear, Nose anJ t "" Throat. Hae 8ckotiflfl!y Adjusted. Oflloe Id lb onto Tempi, UatuhlDwa, KinSM. MMJAL AND PRSAOMAL. "The HutcblDSon & Southern railroad mow carries mail through to Blackwell. Dr. Jake Graybill. brother of Sam, is expected in Hutchiuson soon, having completed his medical course in Kan sas City. Married, by the probate judro en Tuesday April 5th Mr. Allen S. Fin--irock, and Miss Emma Hood both of JHnnescah township. Mrs Mary E. Caliauan from Haven "was adjudged insane in probate court last week and will be taken to the To jpeka assylum immediately. Mrs. Mary E. Callahan from Haven was adjudged insane in probate court -one day last week and she will be taken tto tbeTopeka asylum immediately. Mr. Graber of Pretty Prairie who lias been teaching near Bubler this -winter, closed bis school last week and mas gone into business at Pretty Prairie. District courteonvenedl'uesday. As usual the time was taken up by the at t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 April 1898

BREAD, POTATOES and MILK. A Dyspeptics daily diet. Dyspepsia It one of the most prevalent o( diseases. Thousand of people sutler from it ta a more or less aysravated form. Few diseases are more painful to the individual or more far reaching in their effects on human life asd happiness. What the dys peptic needs la not local treatment, not mere temporary stimulus. The real need is the toning up of the entire system. For tify the systwt and it will do its own fight ing, and promptly eject any intruding; disease. The success of Dr. Ayer'a Sarsa. parilla in curing. indigestion and dvspep si is due to just this quality which it possesses, of renewing the vital forces, repairing the waste ana loss of the body. The ordinary-treatment brings the food down to the level of the weak stomach. Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla puts strength into the stomach, and brings it up to the level of the strong food fit for men. It does this by strengthening the entire system. The ' stomach cannot stay weak when al...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 April 1898

Honest men always make the best citizens. Good neighbors are a pleasure to any one. If you want to find something, don't find fault. . A lawsuit is apt to wear out at the pockets first. Poorly farmed land is capital only half invested. ' No one should carry his jokes to a business office. No obstacle in your path is as big as you think it is. A man with new clothes hasn't al ways new suspenders. The middle isle of a church is often used as a bridal path. Spring Jodicino A Good Blood Purifier a Neces sity Now Hood's Sarsaparilla Unequalled for Making Rich, Red Blood. The necessity for taking a good Spring Medicine to purify the blood and build up the system ia based upon natural and un avoidable causes. In cold weather there has been less perspiration and impurities have not passed out of the system as they should. Food has consisted largely' of rich, fatty substances, and there has been less opportunity for outdoor exercise. The result is, the blood Is loaded with im' purities and t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 April 1898

RAILROAD TIME TABLES. jJT7"""" . . vex.. WBSTWAHD. California Ex California Llm Colorado Utah Ex.... TSlUed .. MeiooCallfornlaEi. Fretgh' "Sunday Only Freight Wayd-eight. Way Freight . . LBAVCS. Srtopm H .VS pm 4:85 pm 8:15 pm 8:40 am 9:45 pm am 4 06 pm 4:49 pm IS:oo am 6:40 pm abtward. Atlantic E hlwo Llm ...... Kan. 0. A Chicago Kv. Kans. C.& Chicago Ex freight .. Way Frelirht Way Frilglil Mixed n.;ahuvb8, t.KAVEft a 4 tl 8 SO 11:2.') pm 1-2:15 pm 10::l5 am 9.15 pm 8:ili pm t)::l0am 10::li am 3:1& pmj 74 1 6::i0pm SIMl N:llllllli 8:10 pm HUTCHINSON linANtll. ho. 1. California En. Leaves 2, Atlantic Ex. arrivi-n M, Califoruia Llm. Ii-svcb 4, Chicatro Mm arrives 8, Xanana City & Chicago hx. ar . 17, Mexico & 'Jalif. Ex. leaves .... iW, Freight, arrives 841, Accommo littlmi, leaves Sii, Acniiumoiiatiun. arrives , (1:40 pm , 11:S m , ,1.58 Dm 12:10 im 9:0pm , t.:50 pm , :I:50 pm . 8 :Mam . 8:0: pm Except Sunday. Nos 8 anil 4 wiil run Sunday, Tuesday and TDureday. No. 8...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 April 1898

44 Jt .ft THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14.J898. NO. 32. vouca FOUTZ & FISHER, First donr north of Ciimp . ( bull' Hotel. Shoes and Furnishing Goods We have an exclusively Furnishing Goods House, make reasonable prices, and keep all you want in these lines. Call on Us for Bargains. i C. J. RYDE, Headquarters for Paints, . Oils, Glass, Varnish, Artists' Materials and Painters' Supplies Generally Now is the time to paint your house, inside and out. Colored Lead Paints at Ryde's A Present Free! We Lave a large assortment of dishes and granite ware, to be given as presents wi h Teas, Coffees, Baking Powder, Extracts and Spices. We will sell you goods as cheap as any one in the city, and give you your dishes free of charge. Please call and get prices. Satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded.. Choice Rio Coffee at 10c a pouud It gives better satisfaction than pack age coffee. Western Pacific Tea Co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 April 1898

THE GAZETTE . B. NtTTLTTON CO. s. . Kmma, tuna. HUTCHINSON KANSAI :jUJSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Attorney General Boylo holds that militiamen are not exempt from pay- ment of 'poll tax. I If Independence will put up a bonus W InnnArv and machine sllOD Will be established there. Chancellor Snow says that Lawrence raised 87.000 to rebuild Ihe buildings recently burned. iThere have, been three deaths in Cherokee county as a result of a bite from a rabid dog. There are too many dogs in Kansas. People never full back on the weath er to bolster up a lull in the conversa tion in Finney county. It is either cattle or politics. Samuel Ream, who has been arrest ed for stealing whisky from railroad cars, was at one time a representative from Jackson county. The old fashioned photograph car is a familiar sight in Kansas, but out in the western portion of the state some enterprising dentists have adopted the Idea. The Twenty-first Annual meeting of the Woman's Presbyterian Hoard of Foreign Missions ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 April 1898

BY THE WAY. SOME PARTY LEADERS WHO BELIEVE THAT THE PEO PLE SHOULD RULE. The Principle of the Initiative and Rcfer , rnilum Is Endorsed by W. J. Bryan, Senator Tillman, George Fred Will lams and other Acknowledged Party Leaders. George Fred Williams, democratic candidate for governor of Massachu setts: The first step In the establishment of a new system of government is to prove the weakness of the existing system Ours is a conservative people, ever hop ing that the old will prove sufficient. The thing how to be remedied is the scheme of representative government. Its proven weakness is its failure- even substantially to represent. Its first fallibility is shown in the caucus. The preliminary party meetings discourage the voter because the slate succeeds so often that he abandons eventually the effort tocantrol it. Second, the result ing convention is seen by the voter to be still further removed from his will. Prllm;nary representation is found to bo hopelessly under the control of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 April 1898

Tftutcb'.nson (Basctte. Entered t the postoffloe tn Hutchinson, Kansas, u aooond olass matter. E. G.NETTLETON ft CO. Proprietor. riRUS Or dlJBSOBIPTION, 11.00 piuTba C. E. SIDLINGER, Tiie IDruiggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS TRICT CONVENTION A convention of the people's party of the Seventh congressional district is hereby called to meet at Hutchinson Kansas, on Thursday, May 19th at ten o'clock a. m. for the purpose of nom inatihz a candidate for Congress. The basis of representation in said con vention shall be two delegates at large for each county in the district and one delegate foi every 200 votes or major fraction thereof cast for the Hon Jerry Simpson for Congress in 180(5, no countv to have less tnan three del egates. Under this apportionment the coun ties are entitled to delegates as follows: Ilarber 6 McPherson ........ 14 Barton 10 Meade 3 Clark 3 Morton U Commotio 8 Nes . 5 Edwards 4 Pawnee 0 Finney 4 Pratt 8 Ford ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 April 1898

COLIN CAMPBELL, -419-425 N. Main St. JJR.J. W. MAOOIRB, SPECIALIST, ..n Diseases of Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat. JUsie Scientifically Adjosted. Offloa In M onie Temple, UatuhlnOD,KtniM. LOCAL AND PEBAOHAL. Wm. Qulnlisk,of Andale, was a Ga zette caller MoDday. A street force comprised of eighteen lioboes were employed to work for their board with the sheriff last Friday. The date for (Jot. Fred Funstoa's lecture on "The Inside of the Cuban Revolution" is fixed for April 14th at the Presbyterian church. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wilson on Friday, April 8th, a boy. Mr. Wil son is a member of the firm of plumbers , Wilson & Ilollowell. Many republicans of Ibis city fortwo days had the appearance of crow-eating politicians. They had read the president's message "and liked itl" An outside paper calls our auditorium A horse barn. And why should it not 4)8 so styled in view of the State con tention soon to be assembled there? J. E. Coberly returned from Marys ville, Ohio, Saturday night...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 April 1898

The principles of acoustics are sound doctrines. . With the -day the light, with the road the strength to tread it. The fat old lady who sits upon the .throne of England has .outlived three ' of her court physicians and has started in to wear out the fourth. When the hens are singing and the i cocks are crowing lustily there are ". -alwavs effirs in the eze basket. Hens ithat are too fat never sing and never lay. ' When people get old enough to real s' ze that their simrintr and piano plav- 'ing are a bore to society, they are no ilonger invited to display their good resolution to quit. The worst thing you can say of a 'man is that he is a thoroughbred. . It Imcans that he will stay up when he jwants to go to bed, and drink whisky jwhen he doesn't want to. If you have room for a few ducks (don't miss getting a start this season. They are most profitable poultry that can be kept, and require only water enough to drink to do well. Do not feed the baby because it cries. (This may be du...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 April 1898

Spring isjh.e Time Wh8n Impurities In the Blood Should Be Expelled America's Createst Medlclna lath Best Spring Medicine. In winter months the perspiration, so profaM In summer, almost ceases. Thi throws back into the system, the Impari ties that should have been expelled through the pores ol the skin. This and other causes makes the blood impure In spring-. Bolls, pimples, humors and eruptions then appear or some more serious disease may take Its start. Hood's Barsaparilla Is the remedy for impure blood In all Its forms, as proved by its marvelous cures ol blood diseases. It Is therefore the medioine for you to take in the spring. It expells aU humors, and put the whole system in good condition for warmer weather. Hood's Garsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. Sold by all ' druggists. 1; six for $8. Get only Hood's. mj j rin are the only pills to tarf HOOd S PIUS with Hood's SarsaparlUa. Be careful how you grasp an oppor tunity. It is often terribly hard to let o- . Don't run ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 14 April 1898

' ",v i a-" ". ai Tir flrtnniiAff nw A . AB B1MES, MOWERS, WAGONS AND CULTIVATORS, COLUMBUS and Other Buggies. A.11 Kinds of griou.ltxreLl Implements- THE MILD POWER CURE& HUMPHREYS' That the disease of domestic an I. main, Honsis, Cm.K, Siinir. Doqs, I Hons, tmi Poultuy, are cured bj Iluinpurer' Veterinary HpeeU flcfl. la aa true aa that people ride on rnUroads, end messag by telegraph, or suw with sewing machines. It Is as Irrational to bottlo, bull awl bleed animals In order to euro them, as It Is to take passage In a sloop from New York to Albany. Used In the best stable and recoauneaded by the U. S. Army Cavalry OHIcers, tVSOO PAGE BOOK on treatment and oarool Domestic Animals, and stable chart mounted on rollers, sent fire. VETERINARY cures i Fevers, t'oueatloiu. Inflammation, A. A. I Spinal ftleningitl, Milk Fever. B. B, Strain, LumeucM, KueaiiiutUai C. C Distemper, Nasal Dint names. D. D. Bots or CJrubH, Warms. K. K. Couirhs, tlenvea, Pneiimnnln. F. F.-Colic or i ripen, ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 April 1898

Hi w rr mi TUB OFFICIAL OBGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, TH (JRSDA V . APRIL 21, 1898. NO. 33. vouoa ' MTT : W J)Xy &&Xy FOR PROMPT ACTION House and Senate Finally Reach, an Agreement. STRONG RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED. I hey llaolurc for ( uliun Freedom and Direct tlie President tu .Use the Army and Navy lu Be half of Cuoa, Washington, April 19. After one f the hardest fought buttles between the two houses Known in many years, congress at an early hour this (Tues day) morning came to an agreement upon the most momentous question it i as dealt with in a third of a century.' The Cuban resolutions were passed and will be sent to the president this morning. Their provisions means the expulsion of Spuin from the is land, of Cuba by the armed forces of the United States. There were many roll calls iu both houses, and eaeh body held tenaciously for its own resolution. The conferees had great difficulty iu agreeing. The first conference...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 April 1898

THE GAZETTE. B. . HITTLSTON CG a a. rrrurm, stiitm BUTCIHNSON PCANSAI KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. ! Olathe has a shoe factory which gives steady employment to nineteen men. , The spring is late in Dickinson coun ty. . Some potatoes and corn have been planted. , The Missouri Pacific unloaded over 'two thousand head of cattle in Chau tauqua county last week where they will be fed. i ! Cloud county farmers have commenc ed planting corn and the soil is said to be in prime condition. Wheat crop promises to be fine. i Charles Gleed of Topeka has been hired as counsel by the committee having in charge the reorganization of the Vermont Central railroad. Allen county has had a late, wet spring; ground too wet to work; wheat looks good; oats thought to be killed; ipeaches alive and just blooming; early 'gardens destroyed. James R. ITallowell, a Kansas man, 'is now at Kansas City slowly dying. His trouble is with his stomach and he lis living entirely on the inside lining of chicken gizzards. 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. — 21 April 1898

OUR The Tr'ple Alliance Is a Unit for Defending the Nation's Honor. Where are the cowards who In 1898 tilked so much of defending it? Answer: They are still gnawing at the financial bone. CUBA AND POPULISM. WILL WAR RETARD THE REFOHM MOVEMENT? A Reform Movement That can b Retard ed by Striking- a Blow for Cuban Lib' erty Deierve to be Abandoned. Cu ba'i Cause Right. "A war will retard tho reform move ment. Let Cuba alone, and free Amer ican wage slaves." These and similar sentiments liavo been expressed by many pood friends of The New Time and have found an echo in some excel lent reform publications. We take issue with thesu friends. Considered from the purely selfish standpoint of policy and expediency, they are wrong. It is always good pol icy to do that which is right. It is right that Cuba should be free. It is right that Spain be dispossessed of every foot of territory adjacent to this hemisphere. It is right that the Unit ed States shall maintain its dignity among the nations...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 April 1898

Ibutcblnson feette. Entered t the postoffloe In Huiobinuen, KuM. as stxiond oli matter. E.6.NETTLET0N CO. Proprietor. fXKMB OrdVBKBIPTieH, $1.00 pmTlA C. E. SIDLINGER, Fjescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS TRICT CONVENTION A convention of the people's party of the Seventh congressional district is hereby called to meet at Hutchinson Kansas, on Thursday, May 19th at ten o'clock a. m. for the purpose of nom inating a candidate for Congress. The basis of representation in said con vention shall be two delegates at large for each county in the district and one delegate foi every 200 votes or major fraction thereof cast for the Hon Jerry Simpson for Congress in 1898, no county to have less tuan three del egates. Under this apportionment the coun ties are entitled to delegates as follows: Karber 4 McPhergon 14 Barton 10 Clark S Com mclie 8 Edwards 4 Finney 4 Ford 5 firant 8 Gray Greeley 8 Hamilton 8 Harper 8 Hiirvey 10 Haskell il Hodgeman 3 Kear...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 April 1898

JQE. J. W. MAGCIBK. SPECIALIST, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. 3U8e Scientifically Adjusted. Offlo In Ms oulo Temple, Hntublntoo, Hnutu. LOCAL AND PEftAONAL. "Born, to Mr. and tan heir. Mrs. Fred Innes iBarn, to Mr. and Mrs Sam E. Over- istreet, a eon, on Wednesday, April 13 M'1 Jesse Cook b as been very ser! ouslyiek for the past week but is re ported 'better, Park ftehnson has been ridinv a chain ,les bike, which is attracting consider able attention. The Democrat has a new manager now. Harry Scott retires and Amos .Hess takes bis place. A train load of Uncle Sam's regulai troops went through Saturday bound .for the sea coast wbeie they are mass ing. Wm. Fackwood and daughter, of Tlevna, were in town Tuesday and made the Gazette office a pleasant .and profitable call. The boy thief, Charley Dumont, who robbed the Santa Fe depot at Partridge a few weeks ago was taken to the re iorm school Saturday. II. O.Graves of Troy township, was imarried in the Strip, Tbuesday night i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 April 1898

eCdocat Your Bowel With Cascuret Candy Cathartic, cure constipation (orevor. 10c. SSo. It C. C & (ail, druggists refund money It is unlucky to put your bed cross wise of the room. It Will Fay. It will pny to carefully read the de scriptive advertisement of Alabaetlne appearing in this paper, explaining the difference between those goods and kalsomlnes. Consumers should bear in mind that Alabastine is unlike all the various kalsomlnes sold on the market under different names. Ala bastine stands pre-eminent and alone as a durable wall coating, and all con sumers in buying should see that the goods are in packages and properly labeled. When the sparks fly out of the fire a maiden may expect a call from her sweetheart. BLOOD POISONING. A Nurse's There tre thousand ot people suffering from blood poisoning who nave almost beggared themselves in buying medicines from wmcn tney nave ontainea no neip. There are thousands of others who first or last have tried Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla and ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 April 1898

Eussia, is ttow Import! tig; about three quarters of million tons of iron and bteel annually from other countries. In passing under a ladder no ill will (follow provided one wishes a wish, which, moreover, will certainly turn lout true. When a girl goes out of town and omes back engaged, she looks with particular contempt on the home fel lows who hadn't enough sense to see what a desirable article she is. Spring The Necessity and the Remedy A Safeguard of Health, a Saver of Time and Meney. Health a4 suoeess may depend apoa your taking food Spring Medicine no. Just at the time when the system needs asual supplies t energy and vi tality to adjust ttseU t the conditions of .this trying season, It Is weakened and .debilitated, became poorly aaarkhed by hnpnre and Impoverished blood. Help is if onnd In Hood's Bartaparllln because this1 :great medicine has power to pnrlfy, en riohand vitalize the blood. It promptly, expels all spring humor, snaniiested ia rbolla, pimples, sores and erupti...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 21 April 1898

' MILD POWER CURES. HUMPHREYS' Tht thA dinuia of domestlo anl jinmu, uram, vattue, caw, ium Hons, ud Pocltrt, n curea tj llankkMYi' Taurlun lcl- Ami. la as trna as that MODla rid on railroads. tad massages by telegraph, or tew with sewing aaohlne. It Is M IrraUonal to bottle, ball and bleed animal In order to cure them, as It it to take passage In sloop from New York to Albany. TJtad In the best stables and recommended by Ik V. 8. Army Cavalry OBcers. SaVSOO PAGE BOOK on treatment and earsol . Domestic Animals, and stable chart mounted on rollers, sent free. VETERINARY CvasLS i Fevers, Congestions, Inflammation, JL.A.I Spinal Meningitis, Milk Fever. B. B. Strains, Iramenesii, Rheumatism C. .C.-DlHtouiper, Nasal Discharges. D. D. Bot or Grubs. Worms. K. E.-C'ougliH, Heaves, Pnoumoulu. V, 1'. Colic or (iripes, lli-llyui be. G. O. Blisearriiigp, Ilfiiiorrhages. JU.H. Urinary uod Kidney Disease. I. I. -Eruptive Diseases, Muuge. , J. K.-Diseases of Digestion. Stable Case, with Specifics,...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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