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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 May 1898

J")R. J. W. MADIRB,- 8PKC1AL.IST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. 31.(e Sclentlfloilly Adjusted. Offloa In Ms nulc lempie, Hutuninwu, aum l.ftCAL AMD PEMAOHAX. 'SbeTlS Long tok Granville Lewis the Nesro murderer to Lansing this week. . Eterybody come to Hutchinson and see . Jernr Simpson renominated one week from today Everybody and their relations were on the street Saturday evening to cele brate in honor of Admiral Dewey and Manila. ' Billy Deiec returned Tuesday from ra two months stay most of which was Tput in at tbe Hot Springs. His health is much improved. , We understand Frank Hogan of this dty has bee a awarded a. pension of $8.00 Frank is one of our deserving toys and we are glad to learn of this much good fortune for him. A call was made for more Reno county boys to fill up the company or ganized here last week and Monday night a number left for Tokeka. This will probably complete tbe call. vWith wheat climbing rapidly toward the $2 00 mark and prospect for a rec...

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 May 1898

THE GAZETTE. E. G. NETTLETON & CO. E. O. Nettuston, Ed. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. ! Within fl few weeks a cracker fac tor will be in operation at Independ ence. The ratio in the Hutchinson grad uating class is twenty-four girls to 'three boys. Oakley has an idea that it will be 'made the Union Pacific division point this summer. It will be largely a brunette war with Spaniards. A yellow fever mi crobe can smell a blonde ten miles. Boys from the prairie state of Kan sas appear to cut just as much ice in the navy as others who are descended from a long line of sea dogs. An old timer in Phillips county comes to the front with the cheering assur ance that in Kansas a cold April al ways means good corn and wheat. Fairvicw bases its claim to public attention on the fact that a citizen of that town attended school with Clara Barton years ago in Massachusetts. Go 'long white folks! A circus and a merry-go-round both the same week in Jewell City. And every man, woman ...

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 May 1898

INTERNATIONAL CHAPTER XXIX. (Continued.) For a long time Lord Aylmer oat lost In angry thought. So thla was the meaning of Dick's sudden surrender. his dutiful acquiescence with his un cle's wishes. There had been rio break ing of his chains when he set sail for the East, no burning of his boats be hind him. Not a bit of It! No; the young gentleman had quietly ay, and very cleverly made the best of what to him was a very bad and very dis tasteful business, and Intended to car ry on the Palace Mansions arrange ment In Madras Just as he had don In London. But somebody else had to be dealt with, the old lord's grim thoughts ran- somebody else with a brain a good deal shrewder than Dick's, and a will like cold steel. Lord Aylmer would have something to do and say in the matter of Mrs. Harris' intended voy age to India, and he had no notion whatever of allowing his nephew, whom he cordially detested, to carry out all his arrangements in triumph, and in spite of him. He roused himself pre...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 May 1898

' THE ipjb ' POWER CJRE& ' :UL1?II KEYS' That the dMeaM of domestic ul. nub. Homes, Cmu, Bbixt. Doq, I nnna. ami .PntrLTRT. ar cured by J J Hsiaskrera' Veterlaarr Sped- flea, k M true oi that people ride on railroads. ond measage by telegraph, or tow with aewlo autchloea. It b at, Irrational to bottle, tall and bleed animal In order to cure them, a It la to take paaaage In a iloop from New Turk to Albany. TJd In the best (tables and recommended by the U. 8. Army Cavalry Officers. ffr&OO PAGE BOOK on treatment and careot Somesllo Animals, and stable chart mounted on rollers, sent free. VETERINARY ctrais j Fevers, Congestions, Inflammation. A. A.I Spinal Meningitis, Milk Fever. B. B.-Strainn, Lumeuens, Rheumatism IV-Dlstemper, Nasal Vlevburgea. 1), D.-Bots or Grubs. Warms. f E.-C'ougbS) Ilvures, Pneumonia. F. F.-t'ollc or tiripen, Bellyaebe. CS. G.-Mis'-arringi', Hemorrhages. JI.H.-Vrlnary nod Kidney Dlitnuaen. I, I. -Eruptive DiHeases, Mauge. J. K.-Diseases of Digestion. Stab...

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 May 1898

IT TT 'hi ''toy THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAf 19, 1898. KO. 37. vol. a Hill! The Government at Porto Rico Hop ing That the Spanish Squadron Win Come to Their Rescue. WILL UNDOUBTEDLY BE A SECOND CALL Additional Volunteer. Will He Wanted to Hold the Philippine InlAndeand to Clear 'Cp Matter In Cnb No New or Im portant Developments In the War Situa tion at Present. NKwYoRK.May 17. A dispatch to the "World from St Thomas says: Capt. Gen. Mucias and the government at Kan Juan are anxiously expecting the Cape Verde fleet to come to the rescue of the island. While putting a bold ' front before the people the authorities are fearful of another disastrous on slaught by Hear Admiral Sampson's quadron and are hoping that Adm. Cervera will put in an appearance in the harbor. Inquiries are made here from San Juan as to the probable loca tion of the Spanish warships and the 'disquieting news has been sent to Capt....

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 May 1898

THE GAZETTE. E, O. NETTLETON & CO. E. O. NKTTLBTON, Ed. flUTCHINSON, kansa& KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. At Osborne the Modern Woodman have raised 8200 with which to equip a Woodman band. . A western Kansas man is introduc ling a new . variety of navy beans, which he has named after Commodore 'Det7jy. In the Kansas school history s rapid leader can run across a battle every ten minutes. But they don't happen that way in the present Spanish war, The unparalleled greatness and bril liancy of Dewey's victory in Manila bay is partially explained. There are twenty-one Kansas men in his squad ron. Jimmy Hafer, a printer well known all over Kansas, died in the Marshall county poor house not long since, lie was a bright fellow, but whisky beat The girls at Topeka have a knack of combining business with patriotism, They worked the soldiers at Camp Leedy for 8200 in subscriptions to a woman's paper. A Marion county man last week sold 6ix hundred bushels of wheat for a dollar a bushel, an...

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 May 1898

Local elections were held throughout Indiana Tuesday, May 3d. Official returns show that the Re publicans were successful at six points only, as follows: Spencer, Rossvllle, South Bend, Connersvllle, Richmond and Garrett. The fight was against Hannalsm all along the line, and Fusion and Reform forces prevailed generally, The National Democrat. , DIRECT LEGISLATION. HOW THE PEOPLE MIGHT IM PROVE OUR METHODS. The Objection That Direct Legislation Would he too Slow and Take too Long to Change a law and laws would be Made by the Ignorant, Answered. Objection. It will be to slow and will take too long to make or change a law. Answer. We think it will be fast enough, because it will be as fast as a majority of the voters want the law changed. Swiss experience proves that an important law can be make in much less time than is possible with us un der our present system. With the referendum, when son gress or a state legislature enacts an unjust or foolish law, the voters of the nation or sl...

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 May 1898

bm!3 Tbutcbiiwon" (5a3ctte. Intend t the poatofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, as second olass matter. E.fl. NETTLETON CO. Proprietors. Isrkb or dCBscaipTioN, 1.00 pkbYea C. E. SIDLINGKR, Prescriptions a Specialty. Horth Main Street Hutchinson The newspaper boys will be pleased to learn of the appointment of Jim Lewis of the Kinsley Graphic as Gov ernor Leedy's private secretary to sue ceed Ed. Little. The movements of the United States fleets and the Spanisb squadron in the West Indies have developed into a game of fox and geese. At present the fox appears to be Retting pretty well into a corner. Trig American ships of the blockad ing squadroD have been giving the (Spanish shore batteries enough target practice of late so that they can actual ly hit a ship once in a while, if they are cl03e enough. We are of the opinion that this hot and bloodless war is neatly over. In evidence we cite the fact that ex-Governor Morrill has figured it all up and concluded it will last at least a year. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 May 1898

JR. J. W. MAUCIRK. SPECIALIST, ..n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. 51Me Scientifically Adjusted. Office In M iKonie Temple, Hntculnson, Kauaai. 4.0CAL AND PERIORAL, 6. W X'vengood bus bought the Dr. 3Brown ipwperty on A East and moved ilntoH. The next annual State Sunday School "Conventloa of Kansas will be held In .this city. iThe: Hutchinson high school alumni (Ibolds its annual m eting next Friday might, May .20th. The Hutchinson Packing Co. shipped a car of salt to Tampa, Florida, for the U. S. Army last week. TMrs. George Metzer and Bister, left Monday morning for Peru, Indiana to -visit friends and relations. Mr. and Mrs. A. 13 Caldwell left Tuesday. She to spend the summer dn eastern cities and he on business. The time was or has been when to a ay it rained sounded like news irom some far away clime, but not this spring. Logan McKee, son of Dr McKee.left lor MoDett, Missouri, last Saturday, to take a position in the leading drug store of that city. Hutchinson is still ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 May 1898

a.1 1 i A Kansas man has concluded to stay at home and continue the war with his Wife. BUI of Fare In Fashionable Restaurants. The question has been mooted over and over again whether French and German dishes upon the bills of fare Is or is not an improvement. Many pretend that before their introduction cooking was coarse. No bill of fare presents attractions to the dyspeptic, but even they can be cured by Hostet ter's Stomach Bitters. The man who owns a paying oil well lives off the fat of the land. To Core Constipation Forever. Take Cascarets, Candy Cathartic 10c or 25c. If C. C C. fail to cure, driwclsts refund money. The school teachers, having worked tiard all winter, are beginning to col ect railway gides, and calculate on ways of spending their money. ... A FRIEND'S ADVICE. And what It Is not a common occurence that- a friendly word should be the means of giv ing nearly lorty years of happiness and health to the person heeding Ihe advice it carried, fl'his was the case with M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 May 1898

Well and Strong Nervous Spells and That Tired Feel ing Cured by Hood's. " My health wa very poor. I had ner vous spells aud did not lleep well at night. ' When I arose In the morning I was tired and exhausted and did not (eel any more retted that when I retired at night. I knew I needed a medicine to build me up, and I concluded to take Hood's Bareapa rllla. .After the drat bottle had been taken I felt so much better that I procured five more.' I am now taking the last one, and I have not felt as well and strong for years." B. P. Jokes, 223 E. Mulbury St., Kokomo', Indiana. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. 8old by all druggists. $1 ; six for 15. Get only Hood's. HaaH'c Dillc re the only pills to take I1UUU flllS with Hood's Sarsaparilla. A girl doesn't trouble herself very much about a man's future if he comes with a present or two. An epicure says hard-boiled eggs are bard to beat. Experienced Mothers and Nurses of oar large cities ao not now areaa me wjuiume per...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 May 1898

TEE MILD POWER CURE E1UPPH REVS' That the diseases of domestlo tnu 1 mm HOBSM, ClTTLC, SHUT. DOOB,. I Hods, and P001.TRT, are cureo. uy n 1 V.tnrf ftnflCI taJl true, is that people ride on railroads. machine. It is as irrauomu fctood animals In order to cure them. u to I nassaoe In a sloop from XewYork to Albany. ( Used In the beet I'tDM and rworoniendeil bj tbV. 8. Al-mt Cavalry f) (fleers. tVSOO PXOB BOOK on treatment ehicareot -&amestl Animals, and stable chart ttented on roller, aent free. VETERINARY orjaxa i Fevers, Congestions, lullammaUun, A .A. (Spinal Meulnirlll Milk I'eror. B. Il.-Mruinn, Lameness, UhruinntUm C. t'.-DUteinper, Xusal Dischunres). I). I). Ilot or Grabs, Worms. X. F.-l'oiutlis, Hwivpki Pneumonia. F. !'.( olio or Gripes, Ili-llynnhe. G. (i. NlncarriuKi't Hemorrhages. JI.H. rrinary nnd Kidney Dlxeusos.' I. I. Ernplive Disease, Mange. ' J. K.-nicH's of Digestion. Stable Cud, with Specifics, Manual, Vot Cure Oil and Modk-ator, $7.00 Price. Single Bottle (over...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 May 1898

V rr it X THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PKOPLK'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAf 20, 1893. vol. a NO. 38. 7W my m7 - . . A SPANISH PROTEST The Cortes the Scene of a Remark able Debate SAKE AX APPEAL TO THE POWERS All Caud bjr a Charge Thai Amerlcau fcfr, irar.liln. Displayed the SpauUh Flax With Iuteutto Deceive a Spanish UarrUou. Madrid, May 24. In the senate yes terday Count Almeiiua vehemently protested against the alleged action of some American wurships in dis playing the Spanish Hag in order to deceive the garrisons or' Ciuautauumo, as announced on Saturday last, in a dispatch from Captain General Blun co, who added mat the "American ships were immediately recognized and repulsed." The count asked if the government had notified the pow ers of this incident. The minister of the interior, Senor Capedon, replied that he had noti fied the powers and described this re ported action as "cowardly and in iqtiitious." Count Almenas said that, i...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 May 1898

Virtue may be its own reward but ttre is more money in selling gold tricks. Whenever a man persuades you to lend him money you are apt to get alack on bis persuasive ability. T1m New York pastor who raked In erer $3,000 last year from wedding fees vvidently doesn't consider marriage a failure. It is well to remember that a penny will jingle with a tin suspender but ton. Oar American Policy. The policy of this country regarding foreign complications seems likely to remain conservative. The Monroe doc trine will be sustained,, but patience and prudence in official quarters will Restrain public opinion. The wisest ad most prudent course for the rheu matic and the malarious is to use Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters. The scorcher usually possesses a ro tary mind. Beauty U Blood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No Maty without it. Ouscnrets. Candy Ca thartic cleans your blood nud kee3 it jton, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body. Be jSa to-day tobanMi ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 May 1898

"'. I ... ,. J ) Sam Says .' This is America'3 Greatest t Medicine.'' It will Sharpen Your Appetite, Purify and Vitalize Your Blood, Overcome inai Tired . Feeling. Get a bottlo of Hood's '.Sarsaparilla and begin to take it TODAY, and realize the gTeat good it Is, sure to do you. : ' Hood's Sarsaparilla (a America's Greatest Medicine. All druggists. Joe Miller could have added three or four volumes to his joke book if he had lived at a boarding house. To Core Constipation Forever. Take Cawcarets, Candy Cathartic 10c or 25c. "II C. C. C. full to cure, druggists refund money. The best known remedy for laziness, is to go to work. Ball's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally. Price, 75c To the beginner the wheel is the power behind the thrown. ME Jiil "Both my wife and myeelf have been aMlnx CASCABETS and they are the beat medicine we have ever had In the house. Last week my wife u frantlo with bendnche for two days, she tried some of yourCASCAKETS, and they relieved the pain In her head almo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 May 1898

TbutcMnson (5a3ette. Entered at the postomoe In Hutchinson, Kansas, a second class matter. E. 6. NETTLETON ft CO. Proprietors. CBRMB OK (jOBSOtUTlOll, 1.00 PM YSA C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tiie IDmaggist neacTiption'a a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson For Congressman, Seventh District of Kansas, JERRY SIMPSON, f Barber County. Recent developments In this State show very plainly that the populists and democrats in this State do not in tend to mix their claws and teeth in each other's wool, in the way the re publicans have been hoping and pray ing they would. In Germany the soldiery are carried ty the railroads free of toll. In this land of the free we have been hearina much of the 1 cerjt per mile rate made by our railroads whlcii have nearly all received enormous subsidies or land grants from the government. So much for and against government control Kansas Commoner. One of the history questions asked at the recent teachers' examination was 'What was the Maine sent to Ilavhna for?" o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 May 1898

JQR.J. W. MAWCIRB, SPECIALIST, n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose ano Throat. .JUsie Sclentlfkslly Adjusts-d. Offloe In If onto Templo, HnUihlnton, Kiuiu. LOCAL ASD PEBAOSAL. Tommy Crotts Jr. of Partridge was 'in town Tuesday. A farmer from four miles south of (town repoita that the noise of the eel bration over Sampson's supposed vie jtory nearly scared his dogs to death. 'The graduating exercises of the common school graduates from Par ttriUge will be held on Saturday even ingof this week and those atTuron, on the night before, Friday. The funeral of the murdered Will Boyd was held at the family residence SuTidav an-d was largely attended by "the friends of the deceased who greatly Bament bis terrible death. He was about thirty-five years old and single Tuesday noon Mrs. Posthlewait and tier two sons, Harry and Clyde, who run the restaurant where W. C. Boyd mas seen last the night he was mur dered, were arrested Tuesday on the charge of selling intoxicating liquorb contrary to law. . Th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 May 1898

THE GAZETTE. E. G. NETTLETOJ & CO. E. G. Nettlbton, Ed. HUTCHINSON,. KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. f An Allen county delegate to the Ot tawa convention claims to be the orig inator of the Manila rope badge. The corn in Kansas is growing very fast just now, and much of it needs plowing again. The total precipitation of sunshine for southern Kansas in the last month has been about one inch. The potato fields of the Kaw bottom, between Lawrence and Kansas City, are soaked In water and there is some danger of the crop. There are at least four circuses working in Kansas now, not counting the merry-go-rounds, shooting galler ies and political booms. Clarence L. Barron, of Kingman county, passed two examinations last week, one for admission to the bar and mother when he enlisted. J. B. Fecht, an old German cabinet maker, died at Woodbine last week ind was buried in a coffin which he made himself twenty years ago. There was a picnic at Dighton last week when grain dealers announced ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 May 1898

, ( . ' 1 : ! ; ; BR1NO FLOWERS. Bring dowers, bring flowers, the sweetest, the beat. To garland the beds where our braves are at rest. Bring pansles for thoughts unforgotten are they, Bring laurel for glory they won In the fray; Bring lilacs for youth many fell ere their prime; Bring oak wreaths for Liberty, goddess sublime; Bring chrysanthemums white for the truth they upbore; Bring lilies for peace-they battle no .more, Bring violets, myrtle, and roses for love; pring snowballs for thoughts of . the Heaven above; Bring Tiawthorne for hopes which sur mount earthly strife; Bring amaranth blooms for Immortal life. Bring flowers, bring flowers, the sweet est, the best. To garland the beds where our braves are at rest Emma C. Dowd. SUMTER'S OLD FLAG. i IDDEN away In the vault of a safe deposit company Is a memento of that struggle of thirty odd years ago which no wearer of the blue or gray could look upon without peculiar emotions. Just now, when the remnant of the host that donned th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 26 May 1898

ME ARE THE LEADERS; OTHERS FOLLOW! Already Sold Tliis Season FIVE CARS IT ran Upon the Granite Rocks of EXPERIENCE, That's where McCormick Machines were built. It was sixty-six years a$o that Cyrus Hall McCormick gave to the world its first successful Reaper. During all these years McCormick Harvesting Machinery has been universally recognized as the standard of ex cellence. This pre-eminence is due to long, practical experience, coupled with ambition to create the best, origirality to supple ment that ambition and means to carry out the ideas of our in ventors. McCormick machines are today, as always, leaders. QllP Leader1 FOR SALE By 34 and IS North Mala St. and 1,2, 3 First East THE MILD POWER CURES, HUMPH KEYS' jTTv That the dlseasi'H of domestic tui 1 nmls, HORSE, Cattlb, Sutir. Doan, ' Hons, i.nd raDLTur, are cured by Humphrey' Vrtortunry Sd'c1- flrs, 1 u trim it3 thut pen))!? rhlo on rnllrniulA, end mtflmi-.H by tt le-rnpti, or sow with sewing niaohlUi'. It 1 as lrmtluiml tn ...

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