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" THIS OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OP RENO COUNTY. ' VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, OCT. 17, 1895 JirT WHAT IS BY? THAT INDUCES YOU TO TRADE AT The low prices. The great variety to choose from. The reliability of the store is what induces you to trade here--And Cash Buying and Selling enables us to offer you this inducement. . At 59c Yard. Haven and Blue Black all wool French Henrietta, Satin finish, 4U inches wide. At $1.00 Yard. 60 inch Boucle suiting in navy Blue and Black only. At 25c Yard. 30 inch all wool French serge in Navy, Seal, Myrtle, Garnet, Black, tc. At 45c Yard. 4(5 in all wool French Berne, In Black and all colors, extra good value. At 85c Pair. Childrens "5Toung America"' school shoes in glove and oil grain, heel and sprimt heel 51 to 8 at 85o pair; 9 to 12, at $1 00: 121 to 2, at $1.23 pair. 12 to a youths button or lace at H 30 tair; Ji to 61 boys button or lace, at (1.75 pr- Our stock of Cloth L'lush and Fur Capes and Jackets are second to none west of the Missouri Kiver. Cloth Capes, from 50o to $25.00 each. Plush Capes, trom $7 25 to $25.00 each. Fur Cap-s. from $10 00 to 100 00 each. Fancy Cloth Jackets, from $125 to 26 00 each. Wo ire nolo Hutchlnann agents for the celebrated Butttrlck Filternii. By iwlng these patterns You run no rlak of epoiliug your cloth or having wear aa lU-flitlou garment. P. SlflARTIM. MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, - - - nn T7ATT NT i urn A Fine Rocker, A Fine Couch, A Fine parlor Suit, A Fine Bedroom Suit, A Fine Side-Board, Or anything else in the Furniture Line, If you do see our goods and get our prices When in town see our F ront Window. We are In tlie Furniture iisiness, Jjlil m3 At 35c Each. Childrens knitted wol hoods in Brown, Navy, I'iuk and Blue, Fleece lined. At 50c Each. Ladies Fleece lined wool Hoods In Black, Seal and Navy, extra value. At 15c pair. Ladies' all wool Cashmere gloves, Black only, r.andard sizes. At 10c Pair. Ladies' Black all wool single mittens At 25c Pair. Ladies' Black all wool double mit tens In plain and fancy backs. At $1.45 Pair. Ladles' Button Satin Oil shoes riveted, vamp Seams, climax seamless backs, warranted all solid and rip proof, at $1.45 pair. Kansas AXLE GREASE, (Tmdi Mui Isonziti) NONE BETTER, Made From Best Grade of Cylin der Stock and No. 1 Plimbago. Give it a trial and be pleased. Arliuckls Coffee, - 21c UOkaska Coffee, - 21c 4 Pkgs Iowa Oat Flake 3 8 lbs Oat Flake (bulk) 25 In lbs Cracked Hominy 25 5 lbs Bice 25 Dry salt meat, 3 lbs 25 Daisy bams, per lb 10 18 lba Granulated Sugar 1.00 7 lbs Wblte Navy Beans 25 7 bars Silk Soap 25 Steamed Hominy (bulled corn) per can 15 New White Fish 5 and 12c each New Mackerel 10 to 20c each Brst Iceland Halibut per lb 20 Georges Codusb, 2 bricks 25 Wjnne & Silsbee, CASK GROCERS. No 2C South Halo, sheet, Hutchinson Telephone 99. Cltlieaa Tear Conn try Call.; Hutoulnwa Democrat. A few more days and the people of Reno county In the discharge ut their duty na tlLiz -rjH will go to the polls ami voto tiieir choice of uiea to Ail positions of public trust in state and couuty. ibis is a year for the iud"jeadent Voler and sou partism citizen to got in his work. It is the interest tukeu by thut sines of citizens tlttit puiilies tne public service, and saves the couuty trom ruin and bankruptcy. VVe iiitvt) repaiedly won and proved our piMtiou to the satisfaction of fair minded men that the people of Runo couuty are dully suiudleti and rubbed by l ho buiieuifb upd Uasturdly conduct of tan court no mi rug. II id tuey oj u btantiy been true to the interest of the peoplf, thn Hhiimetul coudnot of tUe county uii'.rui'y to recently exposed would injt hive Ijteu' possible. A com plete clittnge of officers is necessary be long any preliuiiuury steps in measures of relorui cau be made. You nave be fore jou a list of men candidates in op pooiiiou to the court house ring, men capable uoni-Bt and of known iutegrity, nieu selected with great care with a view to reform iu the public service. With Judge White aw ou the bench, Curporutioue will be held responsible tor the gross carli'ssly of their offioer and employes. A poor widow women made a widow by the gross carlessness of a cor poratiuu will not have to wait Ave years ou the slow movement of the supreme ooun, with Judge Whitelaw on the bench decisions will sometimes be in the luterests of plaintiffs and not invariably iu the interests of corporations. County officers and couuty attorneys will ba made to tue the mark and no ex cesses will be permitted. He will not size the mun and measure him as a reward for justice by his skill hikI work as a partisan. He will eliminate party tramels from the operations of Jawand equality before the law wiJl be a cardinal principle guarauted to every citizen irrespective of party ties auoiul or religious standing as previous o unli ions of servitude. Judge Whitelaw will be a judge on the bencii of the peoplo by the people for the people. His ability his integrity and his stand ing as a gentleman in tne state and dis trict is a guarantee that he will be equal to any emergency. The intelligence of the people will awake to the importance of his election . :ossi9rr.CY. "There is nothing attracts good bus! ness men t a town, more than low taxes choka off the 'tassters." -In wrior Herald. There are too many people in the towns now, by one-half, than can find business of any kind. Why should people be attracted to towns more than the country? If low taxes invite peo pie to any locality, it is because "low taxes" conditions are best; then why does the Interior Herald scout the idea of taking land values for revenue by the single tux, and thus eliminate all other taxes, and devote its energies to the advocacy of the present system of exploitation of all forms of industry by huh taxes, protection taxes and taxes ad libitum, and allowing land values to be absorbed by individuals who no not create them; most of whom live not only out of the state, to which sach land values belong, but oui of the Un ted States? Why, oh why? E. C. Clark. HOrtD MEMO A SCBrrlTUTB. Eugene Ware, the Kansas poet, (?) in an address to the High School stu dents at lopeka, among other things said: "i am one wno oeneves tn war as an educator, as a part of our public school system We should have war every generation so as to mane tne people pa triotic. It is as necessary to teach the people patriotism bs anything else. An ediicntion costs monev; patriotism costs tuoiiej; the Hag costs money, but tney are worm lue money tney cost. The late civil war in education and benelits was worth twice what it cost." To which Mrs. John G. Ottis in a speech before the Womans Progressive Political League, replied: 'In case ot war this man Ware would bx the Ursf one to send a sub stitute." WILL It El? DDI ATE Ills PABTI. K. C. Star. While Wat ITardin is appealing for yotes in Kentucky on the ground that be is a free silver advocate, this is the way Colouel Bradley, the republican candidate, is addressing voters: '1 love my party. I love its prin ciples. I love its teachings. I love my country and crave for it a &lorloua future. Int my country is as far above my partv as the stars are above th dusr, And I say to you now, as an honest, candid man, that should my partv ever advocate the dnuse of free silver, so help me God, I will repudiate my pariy. Rppnbllcan Evolntion. PaMv Cn-'tyerafcir. ThelVe and unlimited coinage of silver .it tin; ritio of sixteen to one! Free iu: through international bl-utvUliio agreement! Free and unlimited coinage, of the American piodiict! l',iritv of gold and s'uver? Iiinietaliauj! Geld!!! (Oae Township Bhorl. Nominating papers have been filed in every township but Nlnnescah. The time for filing expired Tuesday. Nlnnescah voters will have to write their township nominees on their tickets. t i A Morrow Etcapt. Tbe democratic nominee for com missioner came nearly losing his place on the county ticket by negligence of tlje party managers. Tuesday was the lust day for filiDg his papers, 'but County Clerk Eaton, in company with Mr. Rutledge, republican nominee for commissioner went to Arlington, Tuesday night, where they were met by Mr. Robbins, democratic nominee for county treasurer, who duly signed up the papers for Mr. Ping. Mr. Robbins was chairman of the convention and Mr. Ping was secretary, but in the ab sence of Mr. Ping, at Arlington, Mr. Robbins Bigiifd for him, whicli was accepted by the county clerk. For Ptrli Dukoown A broom corn raiser by the n ame of Stewart living in Walnut township left for parts unknown on Saturday, Oct. 5th and has not been heard of since. He raised a large crop of broom corn and had just finished harvesting it the day before lie had a large force of men and boys at work and Friday evening settled with tbem by giving checks on at bauk of Sterling. On Saturday he went to town and drew all bis money out of the bauk which it is claimed was obtained by mortgaging the crop, lie started for home with his young wire and when a mile or so out ot Sterling he got out the bugjy and toU his wife he was going to skip which he did. Trite hen' Amoclatloa. The Reno county teachers alios ia tion will convene in this city next Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Central school, building. Everybody 13 invited to at tend the sessions. ,'' , rnooKAM. Open 10:00 a. m . Mediwval Europe D. A. Baugher. Philosophy of Education Geo. W Wfnans. 1:30 r.M. Music Cornet and Piano. Paper. ' Importance of Political Teaching Sheridan Plughe. Dis cussion F. J. Altswager, I. L. Day hoff. Music. Five Minute Talks: Use of the Spell ing Cook Adsie Wilson. Use of the Dictionary Lillie Stone. Ricltarion-D. S. Wolllnger. Experiments M. J. Patterson. Music. An Editor' Iilea ol llrnvcii. An editor,, who died of starvation after making Dr. Tanner ashamed ot himself, was bding escorted to heaven by an angel who had been sent' for that purpose. 'May I lookjat the other place be fore we ascend to eternal happiness?" asked the editor. "Easv," said the angel. So they went below and skirmished around, taking in the sights. The angel loat track of the editor and went around hades to bunt him up. He found h'm by a big' furnace, fanning himself and gr.ing in rapture at a lot of peoplo in the fire. There whs a sign on the furnaca whicli read, " Delinquent Subscribers." "Get a move on you," said the angel; we must go," "You go on," Slid the editor; "I am not coming. This is heaven enough for me." Rilling Stone. Aoay Johaooa la Jail Ajala. Andy Johnson, a colored by, who makes a livlug by running an express or job wagon was arrested some days ago for violating acity ordinance which prevents the soliciting of business on the depot platforms. He was fined to by Judge Anderson and was given un til last Wednesday to pay the same. Andy it seems feels as if he is being persecuted on account of bis color and many others are Inclined to believe with him, 1?3 that as it mty Andy when accosted by a policeman for the fine said be would not pay it ; on being informed that be must pay or go to jail, said he wonld do neither and then and there was a lively scran, of wl'ich Andy got the worst. After beln? dragged al trig the street he beg ged leave to ba allowed to walk. The olEcer granted the request but as soon ai Andy got hl3 footing he broke away and ran for two blocks, lie was anally caught and hauled to the coun ty jail In a wagon. . ATTH,S--- 1 ISEASON OF THE YEAR !li ' is There are lots of things you will need, some anil at the right prices. Ifpj 30 inch Jamestown Dress Goods, x&a r. i ! i. m i t. i r , a , , ut iuuu mmey iwu iamasK iao'e ciotn, 15 inch crash toweling, Cream Dower Flannel, All wool Twilled Red Flannel The best makes Calicoes (all styles) Outing flannels, dark colors, Heavy Blue and Brown Denim Bleacned and unbleached Cotton Flannels, LL yd wide muslin, unbleached, Heavy stripe and check Cheviot Shirting, Paper Colars Mens all wool vests and drawers, Mens Merino, natural vests, Children's grey merino, size 16 See our Cloaks, Capes and Millinery Goods for Lowest prices. Dochorly; liramer & Thompson, 1 The People's HUTCHINSON, - llllllfl! Every idea nbout building a stove to make it better has der gone a most rigid test with the manufacturers of Buck's . Brilliant Stoves and Ranges. If it is good it goei. If is why we boldly assert UP TO DATE an'' every one is told mikers BUCK'S Brilliant Cooking Stoves. BUCK'S Brilliant Base Burners. BUCK'S Round Oak Stove all BUCK'S Stoves and Ranges are sold by Geo. McKinstry &Co., IN WITH H. Eft Dicks y DEUG-S, 117 South Main Street, hutchinson. Farmers trade solicited. Buys all k'adi 0 f Farm Produce Flerc are i Bargain Givers ATE. uu- it is of no vulue It is discarded. That thut BUCK'S Stoves and under an ironclad guarantee from the DKVlEIi. BSC KANSAS.