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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 April 1897

JJtt.J. W. MAGU1KK, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose auj . Turoat. Glasses Sclentlfleal'.y Adjusted Office' In Xa aonlc temple, Mutuliluitou, Kansas. lettUAl AND PEOAOftAt,. The Bon Ton parlors have been re papered and arranged for the new eeasdu. The proprietor is always in the front when it comes to fine service. Fay Smith has been in the country with relatives for several weeks now and we are very glad to say that his Jbealth Is mucli better ,fcttU wbeu be went away, However, he is not yet a well mar., T)n last Thursday the IStb, Mr. Gee. Benson bought out the interest of his partner, John Eddie, in the grocery store at No. 19 South Main. Mr. Beu ao n will continue the business and in vites the patronage of their old cus tomers. See bis add in the Gazsttb. Mr. 0. Hamden of Sediiw ck county, near Mt. Hope, Iihs been visiting his son-in-law, Mr. E O. Slayton, in this city this week. lie reports crops in .excellent condition in his neighbor hood. Oats are looking splendidly...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 April 1897

BANK CASHIER SLAIN; MURDERED BY TWO DES PERATE ROBBERS. Killed While Trying to Proteet the liank' rand Fought the Robber Deeperately and It Cost Illni HI Life Mlicreant Got About O.OOO. Somkrsworth, N. H., April 20. While resisting the entry of two des perate and determined robbers, nnd during a heroic straggle to protect $130,000 or more in money and securi ties in the compartments of the open vault of the Great Falls National bank of Somersworth Friday afternoon, Cashier Joseph A. Stickney was struck down and brutally murdered near the desk which he occupied for years. After killing Stickney. the murder-, ers rtmsacked the vault and tied with all the cash, with the exception of a few gold pieces. As near as can be estimated, SC,000 was taken, but It is possible that the loss will considerably exceed this sum, as no one but the dead cashier knew the exact amount that was in the institution at the time. The robbers, after knocking Stick ney known with a blackjack, cut his throat. Th...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 April 1897

The secret of a secret is to know how and when to tell it Painful Eruptions " My sister was afflicted with eruptions around her cars which kept getting worse and spreading until they became very. painful ;Ve made up our minds we must do something for her, and we procured a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. She continued taking it until she was entirely cared." -Nadia Dlx.ni.nc, Con cord, Wisconsin. Hood's Sarsaparilla It tho best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier. rtsff. ore prompt, efficient and IlOOd S PUIS easy In effect 25 cents. at the Sun Drink w -1 Keep Hi RES CoohDrm .Rootbeer. JRootbeerj "SPootbccyyourtiirsr (HUES Rootbeen' SLICKER WILL KEEP YOU DRY HBP . k Don't be fooled with a mackintosh or rubber coal. If you wantacoat V"" 5 that will keep you dry in the hard est stunn buy the Fish Brand Slicker. If not for sale in your town, write for catalofrue to A. j. TOWER. Boston, Mass. ASTHrWlArREil It you suffer from any form of Asthma e will ml you free by mail, prepaid, a Lame ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 22 April 1897

SPEC1A SiLW For ' 10 Pays nly. Fine Antique Bed Room Suits for $10.00 and Upwards. All hard wond bed steads only Solid oak center table Fine antinue extension tables - jNm t'.v .. , i-.vi Cotton-top mattresses in stripes Wool top, heavy plaid tick Lace curtains' from Chenillo portierres Fine corduroy vufted eouclies Just received a carload of bed room suits, They are beauties. Call and see them, at Nos. 24, 26, 28, S. Main. Nr-lKl Altviiltou l 'lMi'rn. Mr 01m. H. Dunham has been ap pointed a special passenger agent Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe railway, at Dearborn Street Btation, Chicago, 111., ami will be on duty at arrival uml departure of all Santa Fe MMiim. His duties are to attended exclusively to Banta Fe passengers and see that they are properly care d for and transferred to and fiora their pioper trains. All agents have been instructed to ad vise Mr. Dunham, the name of passen gers and when they will arrive for whom special attention Is desired, t hat Bpecial attention he...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 April 1897

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PROPLE'3 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 29, 1897. VOL. 7, m. 34. S"ir -lUfl yes Striving every day till St Ht! to make it more and more interesting for you to come to i jCv if m -waVfl Trnnr srvHne" tw., onnno-Vi nur store A -V V M m i V i V 1 V T. V H ft V W Ik i V shoppers, and well do they know vtfhere the best values are to d eu. ; Car Prices and Dualities Bring the Crowds n nrmwnrr. nn the South Side of the Big Store, in Our Hosiery uepaumenx; Ladies' Hose, Hemmed top, 3amlesB, sped-1 value, 7iC pai 1 - n.... I. h cin)i.JAnA haul Ladies' Topsy tock, -i double toe, improved iwrrow ankle, ihtio lop 1 2ic pair, or half doz, for 68c ladies' Ox-BJoiaa and Tan, Spliced i, double . toe, seamless I UC. pair Special, half daz. 55c '.Ladies' Ribbed Vests, ng sieve &t weight, si'k tii petl meek, saliti front, pearl buttons; col- oh whit-niii eeru .... 25c each .. . j' 1 : ,l iknoil Inn nwlr rlnPVleS8. in Iiaaie...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 April 1897

FATAL LOVE AFFAIR. SUICIDE OF A MINISTER'S DAUGHTER. HIM Eugenia Smith of Independence, Mo., Daughter or Methodist Freaoher, Disappointed la Lot, Orowi Deepoed eat and Tke Poleon. , Independence, Mo., April 28. Miss Eugenia Smith, 20 years old, daughter of Rev. Jarvis P. Smith, a Methodist preacher well known in Sedalla and Marshall, Mo., committed suicide in Independence last night by swallow ing twenty grains of strychnine. ' Dis appointment in a love affair, com bined with trouble she had had with her stepmother, and despondency at having a hard time to get along in the world, are the reasons for the unfor tunate affair. Miss Smith, it Is said, was infatuated with Prince Compton, chief of the Independence fire depart ment, but the latter asserted last night that he had never known of her love for him and that he had never given ber any reason for tTiinklrig he had any particular affection for her. The deadly drug was swallowed by Miss Smith at 8 o'clock last evening in the vicini...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 April 1897

) ) NEW SHRUBTHAT IS A REMEDY. A Burs Car for Kidney '' ud Klieamatlsro. It Is no doubt truo that next to con sumption, more people die yearly from diseases of the kidneys than from any other cause. In some respects Kidney disease Is the most dangerous of all maladies, because It usually has made much progress before the victim Is aware of Its existence. It is, there fore, with great pleasure we commend . to our readers the recent discovery in East India of the Kava-Kava nhrub, which has proved a most powerful remedy for diseases of the kidneys, rheumatism, or other aliments caused -by uric acid in the blood. The cures wrpught by this new remedy are Indeed most remarkable. Many who have suff ered from the most severe forms of the disease, have been completely cured In from twenty to forty days by the Kava-Kava shrub. In the New York Weekly World of Sept. 10th, the testi mony of Rev. W. B. Moore, D. D., of Washington, D. C, was given, describ ing his years of suffering from Kidney di...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 April 1897

I&utcbinson Cfoette. Intend at the postoffloe In Haioblawn, Kansas, m second olats matter. E.8. NETTLETON ft CO. Praprlstors. probably owned by the members of the corporation. But that makes no d iff lerence. Some of these "judge made laws" will get a terrible shaking up and sifting out some day. ran of 4umo Birnox. 11.00 ruTu . C. E. SIDLINGKR, Tlie Druggist racriptlODS a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson TnK war in Greece is hot consider ing the standing of the nations and ti e length of time they have been at It. The lossei on both aidea are re ported to be Immensely large. The old addage, "When Greek meets Greek then comes the tug of war, ' may ap parently be changed to when Greek meets Turk etc, The severity of the struggle may however, be largely ac counted for by the Improved arms and modern appliances, which in the course of a little lime threaten to render war impossible by reason of the terrible annihilation of life and' property, However the Greeks are truly sho...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 April 1897

Tll. J. W. MAGDIltB. ' SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. GUafea 8clentincUy Adjusted. Offloe In Ma uoic Temple, Uutublnsou, Kuutaa. 1,40 At AND PEBAUSAfi. Ninety-two tetchera took the April examination iD tliis city. . There will surelv be no complaint of dry weather for some time to come in Reno county. Hutchinson has some amatuer pig theives. One of them was flued 83.00 in police court Monday. The band concert did not come off Thursday because the rain came down. It did come oil the next evening how ever, and was good. The republican editors of the Sev enth Congressional District held a meeting in this city on Tuesday. About twenty were present and tbey report a very pood time. The case of the State vs. Bontz of the Sylvia Bank, chained with making a false staterac ut to the bmk commis sioner, Is now on trial. Mr. Breiden thal was on the witness stand for the state a good part of the day yesterday. Uiiiversalist church corner Second Ave. and Popular St. Service...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 April 1897

THE GAZETTE. . 6. HKTTLffTOX CO. a. . xrnowoji, aurtoa, . RUTCHISSON; KANSAS AhSAg ITEMS OF INTEREST Miss Maud Stacey, a worthy young newspaper woman, well known in Kan' . sag, will soon marry Mr. William Cheathem, of Paris, Texas. The only department store in West era Kansas is at Meads where grocer lea, meat, billiards, pool and soft drinks are sold at one place. In some of the Kansas towns accord' ng to papers "the handsomest millin ery display in the city" took place in four or fire different stores. A Win field man has been watching grasshoppers and now announces that grasshoppers do not die with the sea son, but barring accidents, live to a ripe old age and become decrepit and cranky. Central and southwestern Kansas was visited by a good soaking rain on the night of April S3. This has placed the corn in fine growing condition and made the wheat in this particular sec tion of country. A Garden City man in a friendly scuffle the other day broke his leg above the knee. He has a f...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 April 1897

SUPREME COURT COMES TO RE LIEF OF CORPORATIONS. The People Thought they d Mad a Law for the Beneflt or tha Pobllo but tha Court drafted ih Corporation an Injunction. The coflict was short and sharp. A decisive stand was made by the defiant anarchists, but they were quickly sub dued without bloodshed, for which the mayor and chief of police deserve great credit Who were they? What did they want What laws were they defying? Where was their den? How many were in the conspiracy? What sort of a man was their lead er? Be patient, gentle reader and we will tell you the story. In the early days of Indianapolis, a street car company was chartered. Authorities disagree as to the time limit of the charter. Different persons set the time as 1891, 1807, 1901 and 1907, while the Street Car Company has the unparalled effrontery to claim a "perpetual charter." In 1892-3 an agitation was begun looking toward city ownership. The lines were then nearly all "mule lines. This agitation stirred up the co...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 29 April 1897

CD 01 EC1 AL SALE FURN For 10 Days I Only. Fine Antique Bed Room Suits and Upwards. for $10.00 All bard wood bed steads only Solid oak center table Fine antique extension tables Cotton-top mattresses in stripes Wool top, heavy plaid tick Lace curtainp from Chenille porticrres Fine corduroy lufted couches G5 25 50 25 40 9S 50c pair upwards. $1 25 upwards. $ 9 25 Just received a carload of bed room suits. They are beauties. Call and see them, at KINO'S Nos. 24, 26, 28, S. Main. THE SINGLE TAX VS. FINANCE. Lecture of E.C. Clark Before the Chautauqua Assembly at Winfield. The sooial compact is in a whirl of economio unrest. A very bmnll minority are concerned with the disturbed hope that nothing may be done to interfere with present conditions, in which, as monopolists and their i j i . i ,i;... f., :..- t Ua aaianea or comuiissioiiKU am. urunuci n mu num uiriuiiuuHuic ui hid InnrllpsH ones. Thfi industrial classes are concerned about wntres. einnlov fnent and the lack of it. but are im...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 May 1897

fsfl -s TT TT THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTI AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. MAf G, 1897. VOL. 7. NO. 35. We're Rustling! You'll find everything on the move at ' vJkR itrv rs, j fir v r t vi We like to rustle; to give you the best ser vice is our delight, every day in the week--in any week in the year-you will find some very special bargains in Hutchinson s Foremost Store, This coming week we will toave for you these extra special items, coupled with many more that we haveri't space to advertise: S Pieces Dragon . Black Lawns, abso lutely fast in color, all styles of plaids and stripes, regular .2Jc quality, lOc yd. 30 inch Organdies, and Jaconet Duch ess, latest novelties for dresses and shirt waists, our 1 5c grade, this com ing week - ; 12Jcyd Windsor "Cotile" just in. last night, nothing made that is prettier and there isservicein it. too; colors that wont fade are another redeeming feature. "Get in line," buyyou a "Cotele" dress 3D ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 May 1897

THE GAZETTE. X. O. NITTLSTON CO. a. a. airtLBTOJi, aci-toa. HUTCHINSON- KANSAS KAKhAS ITEMS OF IKTKBEST. Kansas newspapers are (riving the Greek generals a great deal of free ad- rice. A Kansas paper says that Greece is looking wildly around for the referee so that she ean blame it on him. Two car loads of mules left Coolldgf for Great Bend haviag secured posi tions with the contractors for the big ditch. A Win field man has been watching grasshoppers and now announces that grasshoppers do not die with the sea son, but barrinc accidents, lire to a ripe old age and become decrepit and cranky. Central and southwestern Kansas was visited by a good soaking rain on the night of April 23. This has placed the corn in fine growing condition and made the wheat in this particular seo' tion of country. There are enough creameries in Kan sas now and if some of them don't look out there will be creamery machinery for sale cheap soon. Skimming sta tions are the thing and don't require the risk of...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 May 1897

SIBLEY ON THE TARIFF. STRENGTHEN THE COUNTRY BY WEAKENING THE PEOPLE. If the Peopl have not yet Learned tl'e Futility a' Tariff a a Prosperity Breed er let them try it again tilve Jtajinihfr teat. IiV HOJi. JOHKl'H C. SlHI.KV, OF I'RS:f 8YIAA.NIA. In the present tariff measure wo are again witnessing another sham battle. The tariff problem has been an unset tled one for about one hundred years, and if the politicians may have their choice it will be an unsettled problem for one hundred years more. I have never belonged to that school who be lieve it possible that either a man or nations could be taxed high enough to insure prosperity. 1 have always be lieved in a revenue turiff fairly and uni formly adjusted, adequate to the ex penses of a government economically administered. During tho great campaign of 1896 in their party platform, through the col umns of the public press, and from the throats of ten thousand orators, the Republican party pledged to the people of America an unpre...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 May 1897

WEILL OF ARKANSAS. GEO, H. BENSON, Ibutcbtnson Gfoette. it is accomplished, but the? want it made secure. It is reported that the outfit in the house that opposed the railroad bills want a special session ia lowHr rates and they care not how ' . . . . -Dealer In . . . 1 Groceries, Provisions. Hay, Feed and Flour, at the Lpvyest Figures. We pay the highest market price for all kind of Country Produce, Call on us at No. 1 9 S. Main St. mered t the postofflee In Hutchinson, Kanst M second ola matter. ' called 1 1 pass a maximum freight bill Another U. S. Congressman In dorsed Paine's Celery Compound, in which the rates which may he agreed upon in this conference shall be E.G. METTLETON CO. Proprietor. adopted. If they will then agree to a section giving the commissioners roll power to change them in detail or In whole as tbey may determine, It might do very well If we can't do better. C. E. SIDLINGUR, Tlie IDraggist Inscriptions Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson SiNCBtha subsiiie...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 May 1897

JU. J. W. MA'JCIBB, SPICC1ALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Throat. Glasses Scientifically Adjusted. Offloe In Ms iconic Temple, tlncubiiKOu, Kansas. I.0CAL A SB PKHAOHAIa. Dr. H. W. Beatty, for two terms cle of tbe district court of this city, died Ht his home in Washington D. C, last week. Miss Minnie Ramsey of this city, was awarded the yrize in the elocu tionary contest at the Universale -church at Haveu last Saturday night. Underwood and Bhlves, who were convicted of highway robbery for hold in? up old man Williams near Buhler, Were sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary, each. Old Settler's picnic at the Auditor ium Fridav Mir 28th. Hon. T. A. McNeil of Topeka. an old settler of Barber county, will be present. Ev gvytatfy come nJ urn ha8ret8' Fay Smith's u. 0etter t0 hi8 "J: "." h. .-wans, but uuii a aiiuuu luhu . jj the indications are ver tAV0t&. ' is gaining in flesh and his lflga appear better, although he is si f 11 weak1. We regret to have to sav this week...

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

GLOOMY FOE GREECE. A CREEK JOAN OF ARC TO THE FRONT. Waeteeu-Yenr-Old Girl Leade "and of S.OOO Irreg-ulare to Pharaaloa Oraaka Da Wot Bora to Contlnoa tha War - War Dlapatohea. Athens, May 3. Thcra are numer ous indications that the Ralli ministry intends to assume greater direct mili tary and naval control, and no longer to divide the responsibility between the ministry and the court. The news of the victory at Velestino has increased General Smolensky pop ularity, and he is now regarded as the real hero of the campaign. A foreign officer who saw the light says that the Turks numbered 3,000 and the Greeks 8,000. It la believed that the decisive con flict will be fought at Pharsalos, and probably to-day. Thus far the Turks have captured, it la estimated, war material and provisions of the value of 4,500,000 drachmas. It Is reported that, as the result of the queen' letter to the czar, Russia will intervene in favor of Greece. Reports are also current here that the powers are about t...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 6 May 1897

I A PENSIONER'S PLIGHT CHRONIC DIARRHCEA. RHEUMA TISM, NEURALGIA, DYSPEP SIA. CURATURE OF SPINE. What Fink Fill Did In the Way of Curs, From the Times, Kansas City, Ma Robert H. Hunter is an old veteran of Arlington, in tho territory ot Oklahoma, who, after 33 years of helpless suffering is now so far rejuvenated that he bus taken up a quarter soction of land "to grow up With tiie country," as he says. ' In 1863 Mr. Hunter was sorting at tho front in Co. G., IstrMo. Cavalry, and while on n long forced march was lu days and nights in the saddle during very rainy weather. Be was, shortly after getting into camp, from the exposure he hail gone through taken with such severe crampings and swelling of the limbs, that it was at llrst surmised that he had been bitten by a rattler or a copperhead. The regimental surgeon was not of that opinion, but diag nosed it as a case of saddle cramp and acute rheumatism of a severe type. Here is the old soldier's own story: "The regimental surgeon info...

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

SPEC1A u mm For 1 0 Days Only, Fine Antique Bed Room Suits for $10.00 and Upwards. All hard wood bed steods ouly Solid oak center table U..v sowing cot k( i curie sest Cotton-top mattresses in stripes Wool top, heavy plaid tide Laee curtain? from Chenille poi tierres Fine corduroy uiftod cnue'.'.es Just received a carload of bed room suits. They are beauties. Call and see them, at Kii3sra-'s Nos, 24, 26, 28, S. Main. HUTCHINSON re. BUSINESS ft I I In charge of J. H. Jackson, assisted by S. P. Flflrmfll Rowland nd Chas. P. Dawson. Opens i.vi iiiMit A)ri 1!)t(l or a u,nn 0f eleven weeks. We intern! to have as good a school as can be found in western Kansas, and every teacher in this puit of the State bbotild attend. Tuition only $10 for the full term. Closes Friday preu. ding the county normal. We will tench all branches required for certificates Come, we have just what you need. , irk ' . Ira E. Howe. No copying UPtllAi KHQiriPS every student's books ore iudepeud- nbLuai uuMiicido. m...

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