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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 August 1898

Tf IT TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TUB PKOPIXS PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1803. NO. 40. vol. a A SPANISH DEFEAT. They Make an Attaoli on Our Camp at Manila. WHIPPED BY THE V0L11TEERS rb Spanish Force Were Over Three Tbointwud tttrunit-Tlier liiruud Our 1.1 ue Neveral Tlnm, w. and Wero HepiiWed, London, .iiigust 8. A dispatch from Hong Kong says! 'The Geruuiu steamer retraroh left Manila August 8, and has arrived her. "She report that the cipuinlsh sol diers at IManilu attacked the Amer ican camp on the night of July 81. "The Spunlsh force were over 8,000 Strong. "They charged the American lino everal Union. 'The American Are broke the Span Uh center and they retreated, "'Later they made a second assault, but shortly retreated to the bushes, keeping up tin incessant fire. "Eleven Amcrlcams were killed and thirty-seven wounded. "fcpiinlidi losses reported great. "During the fighting the rebels re mained! neutral. San Pranclseo, August...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 August 1898

THE GAZETTE, K Q. NKITLETON t CO. E, Q. Nktti.kvo, ltd. nUTCIUNSON, KANSAS, BANMA ITCMM OV INTKKKNT. Texus cattle fever lin broken oul In .(.'Chautauqua county. Jola soldiers &t Sun Frunelnco are to organlne a mandolin club. j , a big exhibition at Oninhu, i " ( . ,jt la now charged that the Kunso I boys used thoM) wight shirts U clean ! '; lhW (runs. '. . , , A southern Kansas farmer says that ' ; tone meal fed to cuttle will ward off ' Texas fever. ' i Jessie Osborne, of Lyons county, ha asked for a divorce from her husband. ! Kho U 13 and ho Is 02. v.. The recent rolns made nucha corn I crop' nround Kmporla the newspopors ,' do not attempt to estimate It ' An 'Atchison niun, SO yearn of ago, ran away from home last week to got i " married. Ill children objected to the ' match. ' i ' A. Ci TJiackery, a rallroud mnn was Killed iiyatntm at usowoiomie insi f .Saturday. Hawaii trylnjf to steal a ;;' i ' -iT'9 money olitu'.ncd from tho sulo of lrrlgntion plants In Oront and Gray co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 August 1898

i: As the war progresses men of the Hanna ilk dwindle to hears of Hanna now. National Democrat. STAND UP, FOR KANSAS. TRUTH CONCERNING KANSAS AND THE ADMINISTRATION. k fow Facts About our Wur Governor's Kccord, and of Thing rortnlnlng to our l'ruent btuto AdiulnUtrntlon, Compared With Morrill's Uelgu. While republicans sro raving about the manner In which Oov. Leedy ex pends his contingent fund, it will bo of interest to know how Morrill ex pended his. One item shows that 8130.00 wos paid to Speaker Lobdoll for appointing investigating commit tees. Theso committees wero appoint ed to oust populists from ofllco and make places for political honchmen. Instead of appointing committees at home and mailing tho lists to the gov ernor, as ho could very easily have done, Mr. Lobdell came to Topoka to announce tho committees. For this work he charged for six days' time at $3,00 per day and mileage at 15 cents per mile from Dlghton to Topoka and roturn, making a total of 720 miles traveled to...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 August 1898

IfoutcMiuon (Ifoette. Entered at tbe puetoftloo lu HuUihlnsoB, EanaM m second class Blatter. I, Q.NETTLETON CO. Proprlslerl. tMM or 4DMiiirrioi', l ,00 MftTlA C. E. SIDLINGER, TlioDnagglat F.'eMrlptloni Hpeclftlty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Chief Jmtlct, H. )l. ALLEN, Goyernor, J, W. I.KEDY, Ccflnj County Lieutenant Governor, A. M, HAHVET. Shawnee Connijr Beoretary of Btate, W. E. IIUHI1, Jwell County Treunrer, D.H. HEf FLKIlOA'BIt, Mluinl County Atternej Uonaral L, 0. 1IOTLE, llourboa County Auditor, V. II.MORItlH, rh'roku County CONCHtKrftAION'AL. Conrri'man-at.Lrga, J. I). HOTKIN, Wllion Count Congnnaraan, Seventh District, JEUKY SIMPSON, f Berber County Ouu republican contemporary says tbere are no bolts from the republican party this year, that the bolts are all the other way. Then In a few days afterward It prints a long edltoral, pleading piteously with the party vo ters not to vote airalnut Long. Some' times, even the smooth, unwillingly give themse...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 August 1898

m J)K.J. W, MAOUIKH, HPJCClAXilST, n Discuses of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat, 01hx Hrlnntlfli'ftlly Adjusted. OfflM In Ma Soulo Tempi, llutolillii'oii, Kuntai, l.t()AL Ann rEoaiAi.. O.K. Ray will tench In Walnut towDHblp Ui! wlnter. Mini Daisy Graves It visiting rela tive! In Troy townitilp. 0. B. Cathcurt, one of Martin's most efllclent floor-walkers, li spending a months vacation In Colorado. Dora Wonstetler has sued her bus toand Albert Wonstetlcr for a legal separation In the district court. With all the burglary chut Is going on, the olty dads had better put their hound purps In a safe o'nlgbts or they may be carried off. Mr. Garrett of Huntavllle, was In town last week and repor's much of the wheat In his vicinity will go ovei thirty-live bushels per acre. There wus only 110.00 In the safe at the Missouri l'aulflo depot the robbers blue up hint Thursday night and they didn't have time to get even that. Nicholas Dinner of Lansdon, was In town Tuesday and called at the Gazettk off...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 August 1898

decline noaetnatlon ;,for office If they think show of boing elected. thoro li any Dropsy treated free hy Dr. H. H. Green's Sous, of Atlanta, On. The ireateet dropsy specialists In the world, ltead their advertisement In another column of this pnper. Even a fool thinks ho is wine In com parison with noma of his neighbors. 1 For perfect oomiilnzlon and a clear, healthy Hkln. use CONMO WlTISltMILK. bUAf. buld everywhere. I Bomo men are always out when their country cons. OR i Tint few men r fT n needs coaxing, not crowdfnpf. Dr. Ayor's rills stand with out a rival as a roliublo medicine for liver complaint. Thoy cure conbtipation, and they cure its consequences, piles, biliousness, indigestion, sick headache, nuunea, coated tongue, foul breath, bud taHte, palpitation, nervousness, irrita bility, and many other maladies thut hnvo thoir root in constipation. They are a specific for all disoascs of the stomach and bowels, and keep the body in a condition of sound health. "I har mod Ayor'...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 August 1898

1 . 4 4. 1 Warm Weather Weakness is qulokiy ovirooms by ths toning sud blood enriching qualities o( Hood's Biraepirllla, This grt ll cine caret that tlrod fueling slruont ss quickly si ths iub dispell ths morning nilat. It slso cure plmplei.bolll, Mlt rheum, lorofule and ill other troublN originating la bid, Impure blood.. ' Hood1! Sarea-' parllla Anii-rlos'i OraateHt Midlclns. 11 1 ill for IS. Hood'a Pills our blllouiaeii, uidlgeitloa. "shave been rising OAKOAIII'.TI fnr Inaouiul. wltb whloh I her been amides for ever twenty years, end 1 can ear that Caecsret hive flroii me more roller lliun any other reme dy 1 huvo ever tried. 1 ahull certainly reoom. Biend them to my f rleudi being ell they ere represented." Taut Uiixauu, Klgls, la Pleetanl. pntatahle, Potent, Tttte flood. Da Good, Meier Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe, Km, aw, toe. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... fttrlla tP"r. fUwee. lolml, l.w Vera. Ill tin Tfl RIP Sold end inarniiteed by alldrug RU I U'DAU gut ui CViitf Tobacco lleblk coo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 11 August 1898

KANSAS CAOtU Mraiary Cosum Imbm VulUrta 8bwlu Their OoudUlou. Ttyfau, Kan., August , l8,-nA press 'bulletin gWlnff 1b condition V rowing crops in Ksosm July 81, t rethsr with st'iiuites by IU corre iwndents ot the yields A winter w& priug wlwut, ry, outs, burley and flax, wud these applied to the aere atges of each Jn the various comities, asuertuinwl iby township sssesaors, buu btoii lHiied by the stuto board ol HH'lt'iiltuire. The flu-urea, and particular," thoe pi-i-lnlnliijr to j'li'M. niprenent the bt-l Jmliiiifit nf mo'f "" ,nou" annul oliMTnini nu'ii on the ktoiiiiu In ah inn ii v iMiniiHinitU'H ffrowera mid tliri'-lu-i- iiiwl millers fwnrfllup 1lipoiif4li dally I'nntiiut with the milt-tvi-H on wliU-h iln-y l-i-port mi emi'li ciiulloiu-d to "inaliH only wi.fi', i-on-si'mulive ewtiimili'." "There I" "0 ftltelnpl or preU'ime," the H-crelal-y ayH, "Unit the lltfiuvg agree with the superior Vtiiiiiii'H' of .Mr. X, 'the ex pert,' '.Mr. V, the oruelc, who to learn the r-xuot .s...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 August 1898

lU bUtoiloal igolitf sfif TT TT 59 TUB OFFICIAL OKOAN OF THE PKOPLB'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY.! AUGUST 18, 1898. NO. 50. vol. a Illilil he President in Favor of Holding the Bay, Port and City o! Manila. THE SUBJECT OF THE CUBAN DEBT, Mo H.furano. Wht.r to th. llo-Cll.il Cuban U.ut lu tli. Protuool mill th. Qnutlon of Ai.uiniitlitn bjr th. Unll.il f Hutu llwi Mu l'lMU.-Th ratur. Aui.r- loaa Army. Washington, Auif. 10. The presi dent had decldod tha,t the United Mutes shall hold permanently the batr, port and city of Manila. He Is prepared to Instruct the American members of the pence commission to this effect Further consideration will develop whether the United States shall take more, Hut It Is decided that so much as the bay, port and city shall be retained. This decision was only made known yesterday by the president to those near him. Until now the president lias been studying the situation carefully. He has en deavored to gauge pu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 August 1898

ev,". , - THE GAZETTE. K. 0. NKTTI.ETON 4 TO. L. 0. Nuttmston, til. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. ' Stores out in western Kunsns are hiring additional dork. Tho broom corn crop around Mc pherson will be short tills year. Miss Ucttle Weber, aged 17, lias dis appeared from her homo at Topeka. It is thought at Fort Leavenworth Ihnt the soldiers will soon return from Cuba, An Abilene boy at Chlckamaugu writes home that ho still shies ul hulr brushes. A letter lins come to tho Leaven worth postonieo stained by Spanish blood, Most of the papers of Kansas point with pride to tho statement of tho lo cal bank in their last Issue. Kunsuns are in such a prosperous condition that even the extremely hut weather docs not keep tho lodges from bavin? "work" every meeting1 night. Groat consternation reigns among the girls of Kansas over tho announce ment that 00 per cent of Kansas boys Bt Frisco aro engaged to California t-lrls. Frank Lewis, nn Osborne county farmer, says that for fi...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 August 1898

And Still the Spaniard Does Not Know What Is Good for Him. DEBTOR AND CREDITOR. RELATION IN WHICH NATIONS STAND TO EACH OTHER. A Hpeerh Ilcfore the Cork, Ireland, Cham ber of Commerce la Wliloh Hllvcr and tho Fallot I'rlcnund Debtor and Creditor Nation. are Dltmmcd. Tlio que&tlon of currency reform, and more particularly to that aspect of re form which hits to do with tho mone tary future of silver wus quite un known n few years since, but lion now become the lending oconoinlo issue the world over, Stated In simple language the case for reform is tills. The world may. for tho purpose of tho argument, be divided into debtors and creditors into those nations or those olasBos or those individuals who have borrowed or loaned capital for the purposes of industrial production or development Just as England Is a creditor nation and Ireland Is a debtor nation, so also the western and southern states of America are debtors to such states as Now York or Massuchusetts, as also to Englund. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 August 1898

Ifoutcbinson (5a3ctte. Entered t ths piMtoffio In Hutchinson, Kansas as second olaae mutter. I.O.HITTLETOH t CO, Preprltltrt. famus ordoasoairrioii, 1.00fTA C. E. SIDLINQER, r.-eecrlptloui a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populist State Ticket. Chief Justice, 8. II, ALLEN, Oorernor, J. W, I.EEDY, (.Xllut Comity lieutenant Governor, A, M.HAKVET. fchewnee Coanly BeoreUry of Stale, W. E, BUHH, Jewel) County Treasurer, D.H, HEFFLEIIOA'EIt, Miami County Attorney General h, C. I'.OTLB, llourbon County Auditor, W. II. MORII1H, Chrokee County CONOHKSaiONAL, CoagrCBiman.at-Large, J, I). 1I0TKIN, Wilson County Congretiimtn, Seventh Dlstrlot, JEUKY SIMPSON, f Darner County COUNTY TICKET. Clerk District Court, FAT SMITH, of HutcblnoBD, (Jonnty Attorney, WILMS E. VINCENT, o( Clay Tnwiithlp Probate Judge, FRED TIIOHP, of Haven Townablp Huporlntendent of Scboole, M. A, DKAI'KIt, of Sylvia Township Iti'preenlatlve 7th Dlaeriot, J. A, DellAltD, of Ulaml Townalilp Jtopreaentstlve 80th Distri...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 August 1898

jp.j, W.MAGUIKK, SPKC1ALJST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. GUsace Scientifically Artjiietnd. Ofrlee In Mi uulo icmple, liututiliiaou, Keuaea. LOCAL AMD PEOHAL. Maury Brown went East (or fall purchases Sunday night. Fred Mandy of Mo Puerson, bought 4,000 worth of cattle through Dan Beed. Elmer Narberson, Avenne li Kant, lias had typhoid fever for several weeks. l'et Nation of this city, and Sylves ter Nation of Emporia, are in Texas buying cattle. Fred Robinson, principal of one of the ward schools In this city, Is very flick with tphold fever. Judge Stewart married Daniel E. Myers of Sylvia, to Miss Lena D. Rey nolds, on Tuesdav afternoon. A marriage license has been granted to James A. Buckley of Langdon.Kan eas, to Mollie Andiew of Partridge. Mrs. Prlscllla Sldlinger and her daughter, Mn Amos Hess, left Mon day for a vlnlt In Napoleon, Ohio, their old Lome, Hon. 0. F. Foley of Lyons, was In town Monday to die a suit for W. C Jiorden against James Mllloway of the northw...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 August 1898

V Every woman I secretly proud of her guests who dross well. For a perfect ootnploilou urn! a 'tir, hnnllhy skin, use COHMO JlUTTUUJUlLat WUAf, Wold everywhere. A girl's first concert worries lior al most as muoh as lift' first lovo afTiiir. Mr. WlneUw'a Soothing Bfrup for ckllilrfn l el)iln.wrin thr ifiiinn rrilinw Int1m. eilua. allays pslu, euros wind eollu, SD esuu a bonis, ' .Tim average woman upends half her time worrying1 about tlio church; tlio other half about the men, No-To-Huc for Fifty Ceuta, ' OunrnnlrM tobacco hnlill cure, nmlina wcnli men slronir. blood pjro. Wo. (1. All (Ii'UkkIiiU A DOCTOR'S DIRECTIONS. s- They save a daughter from blindness. When i fsther writes ttmt yptiri 11 li Hie best medicine III tin worlil," you cm allow autnelhlnii (or acemluar tilravu. :uc lu sluleineuiii you auow met I.. m.loltiM n tiralsrtl. cured ft loved rf..,.i.i.r nl aud restored to her tli eyesli(ht nearly loit, The bent med. Iclue In the world lor you It the medicine that cures you. ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 August 1898

Nervous People An ;rat aufferar and they deaarv sym pathy rtbt tlia canaur. . Xhtlf blood li poor and thin and tbolr rve ar oon quntly wlc. Buch peoplo find rHt and oar Id Hood's Baraaparllla boauaa It purlfl and nrlohsi tli. blood and glrea li power to teed, atrengtbea aud auiUIn the nerree, It you ar nenroni and can not aleep, take Hood'a Baraapsrlll aid ralU ita nr. atranfthanlna; powar. Hood's Sarsaparllla la America'! Ore teat Madlolna. SI 1 ill for 15. Hood's Pills ura all liver lilt. eeula. Homo people are so hopeful that it imounts to la;elnuH. bake lute Your Iho. 'Allan's Foot-Eaae. a powder for th feet It curei painful, swollen, ainart d( foet and Instantly tRkei the stlnj out of coma and bunloni. It'a the greatest comfort dlacovery of tba ago. Allen'a Foot-Kaas make tight-fitting or new iboea fuel easy. It la a certain jrure for sweating, calloui and hot, tired, nervous, aching foet. Try It to day. Bold by all drugxlHts and shoe atorea. By mall for UDo In stamps. Trial pa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 18 August 1898

Jlc&erCCorrespQnd9nce. TIEMTMIBNTEp. More, nln mors rest. Too wet to plow too wet to tbrseb. What it the maitei with Kansas, anyway? Wheat is damaged considerably lu tb stuck by the rtoeut heavy raliis. Corn ia growing floe snd bids fulr to make a very good ciop. We wtuld suggest to those wbo are iu unfortunate hs doI to bate cockle bur on their farms that now i good time to engine swl of those wbo have, Ha Hie crop is vary tine this year. PHer Peek has tbe Oreirun fever. We would iidvina rVternot to go out thm for there are to ninny pops be would ml lonesome. We take pleamire in givinii tbe syu psis of another social evfnt in West minster which ocvured on the biat Mo i day evening of tbe 8'b int. which win tbe forty-eighth lutthduy of our rs teemed fellow citlwn, Mr. W. W. Duker, Many of the bent people In our midst, ol whom we are, which met iu response to invitations at Mr. llaker's home to cele brate tbe occasion, We indulged ii social chat until supper was announced snd the...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 August 1898

U' lilutOKlokl HWlstf ft Mir ww ' ifc h a1 Till? OFFICIAL OROAN OF TUB PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNT!. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THUKSDA. AUGUST i3, 1698. NO. 51. vol. a UHDER "OLD GLORY." Tiie- Stars and Btrlpon Now Float Ovor- Hawaii. Vot'iiial Trnuiii'iir ol' llm Noverelvnty wl'lli. lluvtiiluii (Jovnriiiiixut III mi e Jlhlull(INIulMIIiu" lulu AhkumI li. Honolulu, August, 12, via Sun Friin lco, August 22. iTreclMfly at eljfht aulu uIvm u 12 oVlui'.K. tu-du,)', ihe. ilu 'WtUiuii Hii( descended from 1 lie Hir muffs on 1I tlm government liullii liitia, and exactly at 5 intimites to the uui if hour i In; slam unit stripes iUuied on the tropical breeze from every ofl'iolul fliigslaft. Tho ceremony of to-dny was a most irajureKslve onu. To hear tlio strains of "tllu-wall l'onol" for the Inst lime ur a national uuihi'in; to hear the kiijrlw 'l'.'ow "tmns" us (Hie illaiwraH'on ensign sunk from itM (m)kIIIoii aud to notice tlio eiiiollou of many who had iborn, wider It unci ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 August 1898

When a man says be doesu't feci at U lilie himself some of his acquaint ances are glad of it. Cellc Hives and Thrush In Infunts relieved. sad pifivenird by Dr. MuRxtl'i Tikiiiina lieem.ug I'owuon). All uruiw1"" cuy ih Civility coat nothing, but It often gets thing that gold cannot buy. To Car Constipation Forever, Tulie CwK-orets, Candy Culliartlo. 10c or 33 If U (J, C, rail to out's, druiTKlitu refund inoaiy. The road to happiness and the road to misery frequently run parallel. : The man who owes for his hat ! over head and ears In debt. ' Love may not bo ft discus, but It frequently of a rash nature. Is I j mnwmir', 1 1 Wm So the filling of the hair toll of the approach of age and declining power. No matter how barren the tree nor how leafless it may seem, you confidently expect leaves again. And why? Because there Is life it the roots. k So you need not worry ibout j the falling of your hair, the 3 C threatened departure of youth 3 band beauty. Anawnyf Because it mere is a spin o...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 August 1898

Feed Your Nerves Upon rich, pur, nourishing blood by taking Hood's Bareaparllla, and job will be IrM from that spells of de spair, those ileeple night and anxious day, thoe gloomy, deathlike feelings, tboM sudden lUrta at mere nothings, those dyapeptlo symptom and blinding headache. Hood'Baraparlllabadone thuor many others-it will cure you. Hood'o Garsaparilla Ii Aiunrli'a'i Orestes t Medlolne. II 1 ill for fa. Hood's Pills aura Hick lieadacha. lio. Sour Stomach "Altar I eras ladaeed to try CASOA B , I will Barer be without lbi la the house. Mr Urar wae la a verr baa shape, en t bead aob.d end I bed stomaoh trouble. Now. log Ceso.reu, I feel nt. Mr wife baa also Med them wllh beoeaolal resells for sour eUm.o. jo. KHMMMd, UC1 Congress Ik, SkUml. MO. SMaa.ant. Palatable, Potent, Teat Good, P oioS! " s er alokeu. Weaken. 01 Orloe, lOo, jfejo, tue ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... l.rtlH Bmm C ear. " a"l. sin Tfl DIP sVld end guaranteed br all driig. BOIU"HAu gituuiUIIJtai'X'obaooallablU TASTE...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 25 August 1898

Ubutcblnoon (Ba3ette. Kntared t the poatofflae In Hutohlnaon, Kanaal at second olaaa matter. I.B. NETTLETOH A CO. Proerleteri. finui of iJumoiiii'tioNi U.ou nnTKA C. E. SIDLINGER, TiioDrTj-ggist l'.f scriptlons a Specialty. North Main Street ilutchlriiion Populist State Ticket. Cblef Justice, (Jovernor, H. II. A I.I. EN, J, W. I.EBIlV, i (!( Cnniilf .Iniiteirint Governor, A. ,M, HAKVK.T. Shuwnee Comity Keuretary of Slate, W. E, IIUHII, .Iwi'l! County Trrannrer, J), 11, HRPFI.EIIOWKIt, Miami County Attorney General U.C. HOT U, jibiirbnn ('utility Auditor, W. II. MOIl'CK, (, hat-cane County CONOItKaJONAL. CoiigreBiraiin.aM.arge, J. I). IIOTKIN, Wllmu County Congremman, HcventU Pletrlet, JKBKY SIMEON, t Pernor County COUNTY TICKET. Clerk District Court, FAT SMITH, of Hutchlnoan, County Attorney, WILLIS K. VINCKNT, of Clay Towuahlp Probate Judge FRBI) THORP, of Haven Township Haperlntendent of Hctiooli, tli A. DKAl'Klt, of Sylvia Towuahlp Representative 7wu Dlssrlot, J. A. Poll A It I),...

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