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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 April 1897

t..j W. will. aj IT TT A: J; 7 THB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1897. NO. 31 VOL. 7. 1 v f i '" v .,4 i If You Have fio Dry Come to . . . 4f9 A t? 45sJ. Our doors open wide on the approach of the stranger weary in wandering in search of the fountain of perpetual dry goods truth. It is here We greet you in the true spirit of friend liness due our fellow man, and make you feel at home. : Our Business Atmosphere is Pure, nd the many kinds of merchandise upon the even shelves, in their "honest worth and value true, quite often sell themselves. Cream Table Linen. 2 yards wide, heavy wearing weight. Made in Amcrion; good fur everybody Sale price for one week 39c yd. 'Brown Linen Toweling. For kitchen ute; bteveni made it; you. know its good, one-half yard wide, all linen, best quality 8'aC yd. White Bed Spreads- The model bed covering for t"is sea son of Ins J'tui ; our iieiivlst. Mar sailes pattern boney...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 April 1897

MORE LEVEE BREAKS. GREAT CREVASSE AT FLOW ER LAKE, MISS. Will Flood Large Area Crevassa Li Fifteen root Deep and 130 Yard Wlti Another Break Reported Below Hel ena, Ark. Bad Condition of the Poor. Mkmphis, Tenn., April 5. Another disastrous break in the Mississippi levee occurred yesterday morning at 8 o'clock at Fowler lake, six miles be low Tunnica, Miss. The crevasse, while not yet o( great width, is fully fifteen feet deep and the water is pour ing through the opening with great velocity. This will probably be the mast destructive break that has oc curred in the Delta. The most fertile farm lands of Mississippi, lying, in Cohoina, Laflore, Quitmau and Talla hatchie counties, in the northern part of the state, will be inundated and the newly planted corn crops will bo laid waste. Fortunately, no loss of life is reported, the inhabitants of this strick en section having made preparations for just such a catastrophe as exists there. The condition of the poorer classes throughout 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. — 8 April 1897

music in the Brain; WONDERFUL NOTES ISSUE' FROM HER HEAD. tittle Rett Tbomn the Marvel or the Age Apparently Due to the Action of the Heart) but flow Traduced None Can Say. HR strangest case which medical sci ence has been call ed upon to consider for' a long time Is that of Rotta Thomas, an 8-year-old American I itopjfC girl, now In Europe. .' . When the ear Is ap plied to her skull each beat of pulse and heart is heard like a musical note. The little girl was recently before the Academie de Medicine, in Paris, her case having been submitted to that body by Dr. Leopold Klein of London. Four years ago, when residing with her parents in New York, the little one was dropped on the stairs by a careless nurse and sustained a concussion of the brain. The physician who was called succeeded In bringing the tiny patient about in eight days, with no apparent evil results. For several years nothing peculiar was noticed about the child and then her parents took her with them to London. While t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 April 1897

Ifoutcbineon fcette. Xntered t the portofflce In Hutchinson, Kansaa, M ieoond olau matter. E.8. NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. llHMB OFdCBBCBIPTION, 1.00 mTiii C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tiie IDiruggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson Populists of the Seventh District will regret that Lymun Jlaugle of the Wellington Voice, is to leave tbe State. He has sold his paper to Judge Basbore who will continue 10 make it Interesting. It is now claimed that the X-ray can be used in testing armor plate that the blow holes show plainly in a pho tograph. We may next expect to see the republican conventions resolving against tbe X-ray. They usually re solve against anything new any way. It is a somewhat noticeable thing that while tbe republicau papers are talking about tbe recent failure of tbe legislature, tbe dispatches in their papers are announcing great reduo tions in tbe prices of sugar, coffee and other "trusted" articles, consequent upon tbe going into effect of tbe anti trust l...

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

jyii. J. W.MAODIKE, SPECIALIST, y ,n Diseases of ISye, Ear, Nose anJ Turoat. Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Offlje In lit unle iemple, tiutuninsou, Kim a. J.OUAL, ASB PEttSOSAt,. . James Mc&nsb? rVtiirflSd from Boise CiU, Idaho, Saturday. E B. Lock baa bougbt tbe old A land Hot! property aud will use it for a storage room. Oarr Taylor, who for a lona time has been iu Lake Charles, La , bus re turned and exyectatoremaiu. Rav. E M. Carr, now of Stafford, formerly of thta place, was here the first of the week. He reports good success in his new loeHtion. M. L Moslem moves the Clarendon Hotel this week to No. 123 North Main, Streeter's old stana, where he Invites his old oatrous to call and also many new ones. Ira Summers, who has been on the road with a show during the winter, will return in a few days to help the band boys this 6mmer. lie will take charge of the street, concerts. We this wtek pubiisu Hie statements of two of the Hutchinson banks. A call wan made for both State a...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 April 1897

THE GAZETTE. B. a. NETTLSrOX ft CO. M, . KRIUROX, aoiTOB. &UXCHIKSON: KANSA4 It takes two to make a bargain, but nly one gets it. Russia does not really'want to strike Greece. It is afraid the little nation might be hurt Russell Sage holds a 50 mortgage an his grand-nephew's little home. That mortgage ought to be lifted as soon as possible. W. A. Johnson, who Is now associate Justice of the Kansas supreme court, serving his third term, once was a base ball pitcher. He seems to be In the game still. He's on the bench. The Chicago Evening Post calls Mc- Klnley the twenty-fourth president. We hope this great question of counting the presidents will some day be set tled before all the brain tissue of the country Is worn threadbare. A St Louis alchemist, Edwin C. Brice by name, announces to the world that he has discovered a formula by whioh he can obtain gold and silver from crude raw material and the baser metals. The feat was performed the other day in the presence of several spec...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 8 April 1897

p'O PERMANENT GOOD. RESULT FROM HIGH TARIFF, AN UNHEALTHY STIMULANT. ThaMeKlnlar Tariff Bill Wlieutn Oprr. atloit V ovcd tn Bllg-lit to th In. dnttrlea of thsCouui tj. With tli Hold . Standard It WorKed Disaster. Those gentlemen who are known to talk most fluently upon one Bide of the tariff question, give the other side no thought or attention whatever. For instance, they speak in flowing term of the great increase of manufactures in this country uuder the McKinley Jaw, without giving the necessary in creased sale a passing thought; and while the manufacture and sale of goods during the years of 1885 and '88 may have amounted to five million dol lars worth per annilm, yet It must be remembered that that amount was not only manufactured, but was put upon i the market and sold during those two years, unless were held, un der the pending tariff bill, with the thought that an increase could be had when said bill was passed and became a law. During those two years, It must be remembered...

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

Farmers' Correspondence. CASTLETOS. , Sain Forsha and Le Comstock trans acted liueinesa in K-.nsaa City the first of the week. Farmers are busy planting corn. Mr. Albright of Hutchinson has moved on the Frank JlcK.ee (arm. Mrs. Emery returned home last week from a six weeks visit in Ohio. Mrs. H. K. Getter made an infare dinner for her aim and wife last Sunday. Those .reseat were us follows: Air. and Mrs. G M. Getter, Mr. Leighty and fam ily, Mr. D. A.Coover uuJ family, Mr. Haines, Mr. It. V. Getter, Mistes Lizzie Freeman and .Jessie Fountain, Miss Effie Uoleoinb was in Hutchinson a few das ago, purchasing some tine dress gods. I'hat is all I know about it. The Ciistletcn Sunday Scho.l is start ing out with a nev vigor this spriug. Citstleton is a quiet city. We have uo champions to indulge in sparriug. Iu fait there is no intoxicating liquor sold in our city. I did not aim to say anything in my lust article that would raise the spiue of the corresponded from our neighbor rr tinerr ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 April 1897

1W1 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TOE PKOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 189. VOL. 7. NO. 32 j r V If r !i . ' t' t I I ) Topsy wever dyes you fclack; does not 'CO lo r your undf.rwear, brine them back '..-.? -nnri ?fit VOUr rnonev. W o thPr. If ODSVS A.5f It ever serve you C&$Ais no .,rh -a trick. teMJblack. w - " B irr. in l Tblsoun; lady lm agool thing and is holding it tight. Someone has told hRrJhnt it's TOPSY; and experience, observation and the testimony of .her fiieurls tell her that it's the best thing she can get. They'll wear they'll wash; buy Topsy Hose, at mil Q QsA ol Ma Ladies' Topsy Black. Cotton Hose; has seams in font; good hoBe to wear. IHa pair, 6 pairs tor 40c. v,,Star" ToDsy black, ladies hose; no "Beams; good weight, smooth evcu " thread; buy Stars at 10c pair, ( puirs for 55c. ' Seamless cotton hose with M6k, blue and red pin stripes 10c pair, -6 itntirs iter 55c. No. 14 Special 'quality famines Topsy Black...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 April 1897

GREEKS FORCE WAR. BOLDLY INVADE TURKISH TERRITORY. Battle try Iha European Power Frae tleally Dared to Do Their Worst Hos tilities Dare Commenced on the Border Roar of Artillery It Heard. Athens, April 12. War on the Thes salian frontier has at last begun and blood is now being spilled by the acknowledged codes of war over the island of Crete. Arms are now clash ing between Turkey and Greece and all Europe may be involved. The roar of artillery may be heard announcing that the atrUtrgle has begun. The soldiers of both nations are eager for the fight. . The forces and chances are evenly matched, with the odds, if anything, on the Greeks, always providing that the powers keep their hands off. The admirals of the fleet In Cretan waters no longer preserve the pretense of acting In concert, but the vessels of the various nations shell the insurgents or send their officers to shore to lunch with them, as the whim of the hour dictates. The force of irregulars engaged on the frontier was mu...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 April 1897

) Professor Drummond, author of "Na tural' Law of the Spiritual Woru,- Is dead. It is the character to consuueiate merit to be able to live iu a rblrcat with honor, after one hah lived iu iib lie with aplendor. No wonder the country editor suffers from writer's cramp when lie Inn to take green apples in payment for at-b-scriptioqs. . , A peace of heart and a piece of mind are qualities that won't amalgamate. The more we give up, the more we get down. FITS stopped fr.-asnd MritiMmmljr ort. Nofla after first day's ui of Dr. Kllnii'i Ursut !erv lUaluror. k'res fi trial liottin and irMtis-. Mud to D. Kli.ms.IBI Arcli tit.. Philadelphia, Pa, No man will complain .: irr Ood's service so long as he can realize how much greater is he than the cause he serves. Cof-'a Const, Huliam 1 the otilent and leal. It will break up a cold qufeksr Uiaii aujitliiiigaiiKb It ! !' reliable. Try it. When we testify of Jesus if we would glorify (Jod, we must listen to the spir it, not to our own words. fiF.T...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 April 1897

Tfoutcbtneon (5a3Cttc. tntared t the postofflce In Hutchinson, Kansas, M seoond olaas matter. E. S. NETTLETON k CO. Proprietors. I aims or dtrascaiPTiog, $1.00 pi Yi C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Dru-ggist V jescriptions a SptMiiatt;. North Main Street Hutchinson It is said tbe Senator Marcus Au relius Hauna has decided not to com plete a lease on a Washington residence since he heard from the Ohio eleotion. Thk republican editor w ho still per sists in calling Jerry a freak Is several campaigns behind tbe times. He should get a daily paper and read it. President McKinley seems to have but one answer to the importunities for "prosperity" of both tbe office seek ersand the ueoi'le. "Go home and wait," and we are all waii ing. In mokk ILhu twenty, or about one firth of the counties of tbe State, tbe county central committees have met and demanded a special session of tbe legislature. If, as the republican papers educate the people to believe, the appointment 4f a relative to office is a certa...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 April 1897

K.J. W. MA'.CIKB, 8PKC1AL.IST, .n Diseases o( Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Tlin.iit. GUssea Scientifically Adjast-.id. Office In Ha tonic temple, Hutchinson, Kausie. LOCAL AMD PERAUHAL. Vitascope. Tbe Vitascope. See the Vitascope.. ThH Vi'iwcope at tne opra house. F. H- McKee ot the Citizen'! Bnk, has been very ill (luring the past week Something new aud novel the Vi tascope. . , , . MrB. M. A. Brown ot Arkansas City Is visiting her Bister, Mrs. Sam Hirst, this week. If you iuia3 seoittu Klimm's Vita scope you will he sorry for it. Best meal in the city for 16o at the Sunflower diniun room. Ice cream and cold drinks. No. 18 South Main. See the Vii ascope at the opera house on uext Frlduy and Saturday nights with Sdtuiday matinee. Minta and May P.tlmer, whose schools have closed, have oue to EH poria where they will atten J the State Normal durim; the sprint; term. Judrfa Foutron aid Mr. 0. 1$. Morse have opened a collection agency witn office two doors north of the court house. ' Capt. O 8 Co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 April 1897

THE GAZETTE. k. a. NrmrroN co. u. . nsmnoH, Bonos. HUTCHINSON; KANSAS SiSUS ITEMH OK 1KTEKEST. ' . A Leavenworth young man Won 25 from bis mother in a poker game. SThe Presbyterians of Pratt have bought judge Basliore's house and after purifying it will use it for a pat nonage. One of the youngest doctors gradu-i a ted at Topeka. this week - is under conviction of complicity in graro rob bing. The return of a number of Kansas statesmen from Washington deprives Mr. McKinley of a lot of valuable ad risers. ' ' ' It seems to be a peculiarity of Major McKinley that he does not believe Kansas men will make competent dip lomats. The airship has been seen at Troy Sol Miller Touches for its appearance. At Troy the luminous spot was as big as a headlight People for miles around go to Hois ington to see the blue grass lawn the railroad company maintains on the station grounds. Fred Vandegrift has discovered a farm lease in Bourbon county which provides that no dancing shall take place on the ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 April 1897

. u.'i'i"'' ' :iSS AN EASTEIt ROMANCE. (By Alice Chasenipre.) UNT HETTY was only twenty - six when I came to live with her. There was only a difference of two years between us, but somehow she always seemed ralddle-aged to me, she was so quiet and serious and so different from my restless, excited self. She was so sad at times that 1 could not help wondering if some time In her life she had not experienced some serious sorrow, for she had means and friends enough to make her life worth llvlnz. and should have been happy. One day I found her weeping quietly with a little red book In her hanu. endeavored to calm her, to find out the reason for her sorrow, and then she told me this story: "It happened when I wa3 only elgh teen. I was engaged to be married. My lover was four years older than myeolf ; he was a mate of a ship, and a fine, dashing young fellow named ta ward Blake. We had been engaged six months and were to be married a month later. The day was fixed, and Edward bad arrange...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 15 April 1897

nnnm it n i t n For 10 Dasy nly 1 ' Fine Antique Bed Room Suits for $10.00 and Upwards. AH hard wood bed steads only Solid oak center table Vinn ontiiii nvtinniim t.nrilps . Nice 9i-wiug r ct:er, eant) sent Cotton-top mattresses in .stripes Wool top, heavy plaid tick ,oee curtain? from I'lienillc poitiei'ies Fine corduroy tufted eouclies Just received a carload of bed room suits. They are beauties. Call and see them, at Nos. 24, 26, 28, S. Main. Ave mmm agents rri but have sold direct consumer lor 'H wbolwaie pnceH, tiium the aairs- mt. Miip aitywDre ior ezBiutuuiiuu way, ftirv flHie. Every thing warranted. riant. 9u a tv lea of Har HU IITIH UI lr- newt, lop op MUKfriesaaiow haptonn aa ah fctf. HDrinff WaannA. n.m. rtMiiino. Hoad Waiions, etc. riena mni;-miiwiim uai ELKHART caiuuai. e a.nb uak.ness mfu. to., w. u. pmatt. wr, elkuaut, ino. Hprrlxl AMruilnu Heinjerii. Mr. Cbas. H. Dunham has been ap pointed an specta' pHBsenrjer agent Atcb'Hmi, Topeka & Santa Fe railway, at Dearbo...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 April 1897

TT T TT Tf WW w TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PAKTY AND FARMERS ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 7. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1897. NO. 33 -fllTT COMPLETE line of SHOES and the ex traordinary low prices thereon, make this department what it is--one of the best in Kansas. Having studied the wants of our patrons for ten years past we claim to have just what anyone, car ing for comfort, service and style, can wish for. No. 1 . Ladies' Dark Tan Shoes, quarter-dollar toe, tipped, in button or lace, Nos. 2 to 7 - T $ I .75 pr. NO, 2, Ladies' Dongola Shoe, McKay bottom, needle toe; patent tip, lace or button, 3 to 8, price - j$ ,75 pr. No. 3, Extra wearing quality in button only, needle, Grecian or medium opera toe, patent tips, low heel sizes 3 to 8, 1), E, and EE last, extra service, $2.00 pr. No. 4 Fr Dress see our $2.00 new coin toe, iti button or lace, patent tip aud facing, "very swell" D or E, last-, 2ito6 $2,00 pr. NO- 5 . The greatest thing .on earth for ease ami c...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 April 1897

THE GAZETTE. . 0. nettliton co. . a. a. juttlitu, unWi HUTCHINSON; KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Cattle buyers are numerous la Stan ton county. The Presbyterians of Pratt have bought judge Bashore'e house and after purifying it will use it for par sonage. One of the youngest doctors gradu ated at Topeka this week is under conviction oi complicity in grave rob bing. V The return of a number of Kansas statesmen from Washington deprives Mr. &cKinley of a lot of valuable ad visers. the corn carnival at Atchison, the appeal festival at Leaven wrth and the Topeka jamboree are all being planned on the largest scale. ."The last election in Kansas has demonstrated that woman can not be persuaded to vote in the morning. They prefer the afternoon. There is a merchant in Logan county who sold goods payable "when Itryan is elected." You can guess who he is la favor of for president in 1900. Six weeks ago an Atchison woman announced to her friends that.sne had decided to move to Chicago. S...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 April 1897

SCIENTIFIC POINTS. CURRENT NOTES OF -INVEN TION AND DISCOVERY. Do Moiqnltoes Convey Malaria? JEloc- trio Carriages 'o Longer a Novelty In the Larger Cities A Contrivance Tbat Keep Ilea Clothing on Children. Do Monqultoen Convey Malaria? fl? P It is possible, ac cording to the best accepted beliefs,- that sufficient pois on can ue cuirieu the feet of a fly 5 cause the death human being, certainly ould not tax credulity to believe that the mosquito is capable malarial diseases, and of carrying that It lo nnsslble that to this annoy ing and persistent insect malarial dis tricts owe their extremely bad reputa tion. An Italian scientist thinks be has demonstrated beyond the shadow of a doubt that the mosquito Is the cause of a very great many of the malarial fevers and kindred diseases that af flict the sons of men. He says malaria Is not carried by wind, as in breezy lo calities this disease is comparatively unknown: also which fact will be ad mltted by every one that malarial dis trict...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 April 1897

Dutcbinson Qwtfc Intersil t the postoffloe In Hatohlnson, Kansas, M second olau matter. E.Q.NETTLETON CO. Proprietor. Iaiih or duMcmirnoit, 11.00 piuTba C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tiie IDrviggist f lescriptions a Specialty. Nm-t h Main Street Hutchinson VivsAsli not tbe only State where boodle scandals arehegining to froth and si nk. Tbe commonwealth of old "Kaiutiicky" has one among hercol ouels all of herown in which the leaders of the grand old party, indulging in a little innocent pastime of buying a seat in the United States Senate were with crea. cruelty and no courtesy '-San' Indicted by the grand Jury for conspir acj to bribe. Gold is already commencing its an nual pilgrimage to Europe. The treae nry is in much better shape so far as the reserve Is concerned than for four vears but this is earlier than usual for exports to begin and if they set in, In good earnest, it will take but a little time to deplete the treasury and bring tbe treasury department to a choice be tween another bon...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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