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Hl'lUXJlAMtiT, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nojo unJ Throut. OUH.otSrlimtini'slly Ailjiirti'd. Olfloa In !! nlo 'leuiplu, llu tuiiliiKun, Kum. I.OCAI. .ANIt VRMNUNAL, F. II. Coat of the P. Martin Dry Goods Qo. Is now In the eastern mar kets making purchase of winter and holiday Hoolt. Billy Morgan w II probably be State printer to succeed himself. Ila oer tulnly will If liecctn succeed la oonvlno ing both Burrton and Hiker and all tbe other senatorial aspirants tbat he Ii for .born. The Sunday school workers of Reno county held a convention at Nlckerson Monday. The Bute secretary. J. II. Engle, delivered an address and tbe meeting was eontlniiHd over till Tues day. It cln'H Tuesday night. Among tbe names mentioned for ap pointments as associate Jimtlces on tbe aupreme bench to Ml the position created by the passage of the constitu tional amendment, that nf Frank L. Martin of llulcblnson receives quite a prominent mention. The Lyle-Vernon players who were at the opera house all last week have remained over this week also. They will stay till Saturday night giving a preformance each night. Ladles ac companied by one paid tlcset are ad rulttod free all the week. Rev 1), Y. Donaldson has been re tained as puntorof theChrlstaln church of tuts city for another yeur. In his first years service Mr. Donaldson though a young man has made an un- iiualllled success. Ills retention for another year Insures a prosperous one for the church. Lee Charles, one of the old Bt settlers of the county who owned several large bodies ot land In Sumner township has sold out bis boldlnas in tblscountyand will remove toCallfornla. Mr. Charles bas been prominently connected with the development of the south' eastern part of the county and lie will be much missed, There Is one disjointed young man Id Reno county Just now. A few days ago ho came to the probate Judge's of fice with a request for a marriage li cense to him and a girl who like him self was under age. His father had been alert and notified the court not to issue a license, so the boy and his sweetheart "will have to bi le it wee." Last week some Items weie mulled Into till!) olllm which were stipposi-d to he from ouriegularcorreBpondentfrom .Lincoln, IUt liny oral his dirtotlons. We are now not Ill-id by him time there were some convert Insinuations con tained therein which were Intended to do him harm. This is a very mean unit flnauUlnff iirivnnt.fftffA in tnkft nf ft newspaper or an enemy. Two lire alarms were sounded In half a hour last Friday about noon The first however was only a test of their gong. But the second ment bus iness for tbe firemen. However It was nothing very serious, tbe Ore being only a small frame building occupied by a colored family, and was extinguished before much damage was done, Quite a hole was burned in the roof however. Mrs. Shoenatleld of ttiU city, widow of Jaka Shoenafleld. who was killed by Diamond. DJck a. couple ,of ;ytar Jjffifo . Is certainly 'bavlnir; her 'whaV.e';oj;W,!' with a show some tluie ago. TbeiUiV went to work on a railroad In the Northwest. He lost a foot in an ao cidont and since then his mother has been unable to get any word from him. Letters and telegrams to him receive no answer. As soin as four years more of the full dinner pall had been entirely guar mitepri, John R'lwhinii who t'ves a few miles northerns of this city ivuriluilt il to take a lav off and declare war on coyotes. With a pack of seven honn-ls lie went to the Ninnescah and uoonlind four scalps to show for the quality of iioiinds he supports. He wni.te.1 to Ret two of them alive, but whs unable to get any before the dogs had killed them. The funniest of them all, "Malony's Wedding.'' Is an effervescent! y exhll crating comedy. Replete with up-to-date songs, dances and specialties. It is a farcical entertainment constructed on broad, yet chastely humorous lines, and will please tbe patrons of the or .chestru stalls, as well as the gallery "gods." The Nphmlilly uniformed ' band on parade Is one of the many features oT excellence of "Mahitiey's Wedding " This will appear at the opera house Tuesday, Nov. 20. Tick ets on Hale at A, V. A. Drug Store. I Ms reported that a few eases of smallpox have appeared in varinra towns in the State where it spread last year, I'byslcUns have been ex pecting a return of the disease with cold weather Bnd say that while it may re appa.tr this 1 1 1 o in as mild a fmin iib before It is liable to take Its tnrmt iiin'. tginnt form. ' As It was so hiinnleHS last jrar the people camo to have, very 1 title four or dread for the desense and were consequently negligent. This year where it appears It should be dealt with In tbe most stringent manner possible on Its very H rut appearance, It will not only save lives perhaps, but a large expenditure of money by the county as well. The Fair Department store has com menced an addition to its present building which will extend It back to the alloy In the rear. Tbe extension will be two stories high with a balcony at the roar end which will add to the shelf room about four hundred feet. This store has for several.years hud too littlo room for the trade especially In tbe holiday season. This will give them a room 160 long and as it U to be completed In time for the holiday trade It will not only enable them to put In n larger stock but give better treatment to their customers. The Elks' lodge Is preparing to give A burlesque circus preformance. The preformance will be under the direc tion of Mr. Will Haskell' who arrived In this city on Monday to begin hear ing the rehearsals. The preformance will be rendered at the Shaw Theatre and the date Is set for November lllth. It Is expected to have a big street par ade to precede the show, The band minstrels by home talent have always been a taking feature of the winter's entertainment! heretofore and this enterprise being somewhat along the same lines will no doubt be well pat ronized. Mi. Sutherland, president of the Antl-Horsethlef Association wits in town last Saturday looking for a team of bay horses which had been stolen In Wilson county. As during tbe last few years tbe horse has become mar ketable property, there has also been somewhat of a revival In the horte thlef business, and this has brought about a revlyar of the antl-horsetbief organizations, so tbat now If a horse Is stolen In one county, the association In each surrounding county Is notified and a large number of men are at once put on the trail. To remove a troublesome corn or bun Ion: First soak the corn or bunion in warm water to (often it, then pare it down as closely as possible without draw ing blood and apply Chamberlain's Fain Balm twice dully; rubbing vigorously for five minutes at each application. A oorn plaster should be worn for a few days, to protect it from the shoe. As a gvneral liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness and rheumatism, Tain Bill in Is uiifiiualed. Fur sale by all druggists. Keno County Pluralities. The following are the pluralities re ceived bj the various republican can didates for tho various nllbes In Reno county ut the c llbul count mado last Friday. McKlnley elector 1)88 Associate Justice, W. A. Johnson 8:iil. Governor, Stanley "Is Lleutennnt Governor Richter 841 Secretary of State, ClBrk 848. Auditor Cole KM. Treasure. Grimes, 847. Attorney General, Goddam, 854 . State Superintendent. Nelson 875. Supt. of In urance, Church, (184. Congressman at Large, Scott, 8.18 Congressman 7th. Diet, Long 501. Senator With Dist, Vincent 778 Representative 7inh Dist. Watklns2l. Representative 8llth Dibt. Wise !l)4. Probate Judge Campbell 911. Clerk District Court, VVyman 231 Omintv Superintendent, Dayhoff ...851. en. iv Attorney Taylor ..........778 0 uiiMsloner 1st Diet. Harrett. . . .60:1, t! Hum fbioner 2 1 Dist. Myers (pop.) 1)1. For Constitutional Amendment 1!U7. AH 'druggists guarantee every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who is not satisfied after using two-thirds of Its eontnntH, This Is the best remedy In the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and i pleasant nnil safe to take ll, prevMits any tendenrv ol a cold to result in pneumonia. Rono'u Orphan. Reno county has an orphaned boy on Us hands whom it would like to place wl'h some good family. It Is the hoy of whom an account wa given a tew weeks ago as having asked the, county olllcials to procure tronnpaitation to an orphan's home for him In Indiana from which he claimed to have been taken not long ago. At the same time he claimed to have been run off by the wife of the man who had taken him. After sumo time the authorities have found that hit story In tho nnln w is untrue. It has been some rseven or eight years since the boy was taken from the home. Since tli it li.uo ho ban had two or three hoiiitJ. tin last one being with a Missouri r.ie.iflo . conduct, r whose home w n nt Cinway Sprlngi. He had picked him up at Lamed 'wid being impressed vlth his destitute con ditlon had taken him to his lunii.". While he and Ills wife were gine I n had paid his board but on returning had found the boy hud been having n good time at his expense. Afterward the boy left him and brought up here. Now the county has a problem to solve. The w hole country has a similar pro blem. It Is probable that the boy In ba.l. It la equally probable that It in r.iji wonder. VI have used Chamberlain's Colie Cholera and Diarrhoea ItVmedy and find It to be a great medicine," says Mr, E. 8, Phlppe, of PoUiau, Ark, "It cured me of bloody flux, I csnnot spesk too highly of it.'' This remedy always wins the good opinion, if not praise, of those who use it. Ths qniok cures which it effects f yen In the severe oases make It a favorite every whore. For sale by all drugglsti. A Klondykr Return. Frank Martin, formerly of this city but who has been In the Klondyke for the past three years representing a Hutchinson firm, has returned. He Is well and says that man; of the stories told of the weather In that county are exaggerated, tbat be suffered no very severe hardships. If a man baa a good constitution, good clothing, and Is or dinarily well provided for the work and the country, he will not have a very hard time. He bas been almost all over the mining country of the North , coming home by way of Cape Nome . He thinks he has some good properlty and some that w 11 pay well when It is steadily and systematically worked. He is also of the opinion that there are no doubt may very rich deposits tbat are untouched. Yon will rroflt by Trailing l Mar Um. Everybody says so and everybody ought to know; as a rule where the greatest number of people shop at that place you can best satisfy the wants of mankind. Martins refund money so pleasantly that customers always feel easy. Mar tins endeavor to give their patrons ev ery courtesy and comfort afforded by modern merchandising. We think you will like Martins big dry goods store and want yon to go there when you shop. We are talking to strangers now. Read our ad on the front page. I', Maktin & Co. The Midland D:a Oj'e phms ni m ber Is 27, location first door north, of the Midland hotel office. The Newton Male Quartet. Tbe young Men's Lecture Committee have arranged to give a surprise to those holding season tickets for their lecture course and bave added one more number to tbe course. It will be an entertainment by the Newton Male Quartet which bas sung so frequently at the jubilees In thin city mi with so much favor. They will be accom panied by Miss Olive Glazier, a reader of marked ability, and thete Is not the slightest doubt but that the enter tainment will bn a success. The per formance will be given ut the Metho dist church on Tuesday evening Nov. 20th. All holders of season tickets will ha admitted without extra charge. To all others the charges will be twenty Qve cents for reservod seats. Lecture room, fifteen cents. Seats on sale at Inn's jewelry store. Don't cough your head off when you can stop it for 25o. Seethe Midland Drug Co. Tbeyhave the remedy. Marriage Licenses. The following mirrltge llcsnieJ have been Issued by too Probate Judge since our lust Issue: Walter Stone to Dora A lieaucbamp both of l'levna. George Zimmerman of Castleton to Laura Riitton of Albion. Gordon Ii. Duke to Kate Smyth both of Castleton. Edwin F. Kltson Hutchinson to Martha I'M wards of Turon. Now since you need some dishes, gr and visit Brehms and get Borne at those I reduced prices. Nnnln ro Home Nperlnl Car for lliilehluaoa. D you kimw that rtanta Fe Iloiile has put on sleeping car pervicn rnpfoinlly for ll'i'c!itr;H in . Cur l av-'s mi No S cveiy night at. I!l:l.1 p. in. rci:'.ait'ion our tcick iluiing the day. You can take sleeper at Ivunsim City a' 10 III) p, ni.for Hntchln-s-iti nirivlng hern H i.7 uext A, M. Ite memlier this when you are returning Imni't from your trip east, No utlier line can ylvi you theea accommodation?, O. A. WiHkwr, Agent. Telephone No 25 for a nlo lower berth on the H).f0 p. m. train for Ivuihub City rarapliliie wax at C.. Miller's. The Oldest, Bank in the Valley. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Hutchinson, Kansas. IJniied Stnles 'Depository. E. L.MEYER, Pres. irsuN ILL OMEN, Tlilnkstlip wife, to have tlic wpiMIiik ritiR lip from the finifer. "Sumetliiiiif Ih going to nnppni." SomelliiiiK In linphriiint;. Tlmt ring could Imrdly bp pulled from Hie mixer when It wiw put llicre a few yrra iiro. Now It hlim off by iu own wight. How thin the liiiKers have grown I And the finuerii don't grow thiii alone. How thin the f.iee Ih ntid how thin the once phiinn form. AlinoHt iinc-onHcioiiHty the wife Inn been fading nnd wanting away. The strength given to children him never been resumed, DruliiH which Hhonld have been stopped have been neglected. That Ih a common experience with women, unteiiH Home filrnd him Hlnired with thrm the Hrcrct of the Htrengthening and healing power of Dr. Pierce 'h j'avorile I'rcHrriptiun, It regnlnteH the periods, diii'H the drain which undermine the Htrength, IicuIh inflninmiitloii nnd ulcera tion, mill ciiiph female wealinrHH. It make the liahy'H advent practically piiinlcHH and given vigor and vitality to miming mother, "Word cannot tell how gintrful I urn for your kind mlvlip nnd kkxI meilli lnr, writen Sim. John Cookr, of limiting, Noillimnherliind Co . (Inlurlo. -Ihuvrbrrn In poor health lor four year Imrk unil thin Hpring got mi lunl I eoiild not do my work. I went to (lie doctor am! hi Miiil I had ulrrnttion and falling of the internal orionix, Itnt thonulit I would trv your ' Favorite l'rewTlition.' ftonk five hottfrH and three of the '(ioldrn Medical JiiHcnvcry- and one vial of llr. fierce' I'ellelH, nnd I can wifely nay Unit 1 never It-It lieller in my life." A Ladle' laxative Dr. l'lcrce1 Pleas ant I'ellelH. One single, kiiiiiII pellet I a lnxative done. I'hs emuia Fe is the only Hue running a Pullman Bluepsr between Uutchlnson and Kansas City, leaves HutohluHOD 10:10 p. m. arriving in Kaaias City 7:lt0 a. in. returning leaves Kansas City 10:00 p, in, arrivelng at Hutchinson 8:27 s. m. IU!traVILI.E, Hither chilly eiuce the election. Did you hear of anyone being snowed under, Marion Totten seems to he the only patriotic man In HunUrville. Since the second wave of real prosper ity has swept over this nation. Pete Spanlol thinks that be is able to build a new house which Is being completed very rapidly. With two teaahers at its head the UuntsvIHe school seems to be prog reus ing nicely and has reached an enroll ment of somtthiug over sixty. Teaohors Association at the llunts ville 8otiool Iioubu Nov, 17. A good program is being prepared deludes the regular oun, Supt. D.iyholT and Mr. Altswugpr will be out and a good time i exppoted. Everybody invited. There will be a box social at Iliintt- vlllo Nov. !!H, Every body Inviied to he present und enjoy a good time. The money is to be used to put an organ in the school. Come out hoys and get a "full dinner pail." Passengers arriving in Chicago oan b) the New Union Eleva ted Loop, reacfc any part of the oity; or for a five cent are, can be takep immediately to any of the large stores of ths down town dis trict. See the Midland Drug Co, ut the new location, flrst door north of the Midland hotel ofllie. Our place Is neat and attractive, our stock clean and consists of all the staples aud many specialties. For the latest designs in PAPISTRIES, The correot shapes anit tints in Correspondence Papers, . Call at . Campbell's Book Store, 20 N. Main St. Where you will also II nil tho best stock of BOOkS, Kvor Games, iruiit to NOVeltieS, Hutchinson. School Bcoks i Supplies Agents for Reno County. the Largest W. H. EAGAN, Cashier. J 1 When you See it in IK VAN'S AD Yon know it's SO. Irvun t& Crawford, Corner Second and Main. Winter Has Arrived. Are You Prepared For It? If not It will pay you well to do your buying at This Storo' We want your pntronago and are selling goods at prices to get it if you will t-flino nnd see us. Blankets o start at 57o for a full 10 ipitirUir, whito or gray, and have a full lino at all prices up to fll.00. Children's Underwear Garment. Ladle's Cotton Underwear from Tm to :i oo for the II nest wool. We Are Making some very low prices in heavy wool dress goods, In fact wc will sell you sonio of them for loss than they can bo made. Have YOU Seet our duo lino of Ladies' Rlack Sateen I' jtticoats 7!io to Our lino of Ladies' Wrappers and Houso Dresses cannot bo matched. Wo are also making low prices on Millinery, Cloaks and Ladles Suits, Come and see us and we will save you money. Yours Respectfully. IRVAN & CRAWFORD. Onmer Around auit Main. Iliitohlnaun. Kainaaa i! The Best . . . Clothing made In America Is to be found in our popu lar IJjvV aud Children's Department. AVe have exclusive Hutchin son sale of tlm leading make of hoys' clothing in this country. It's the kind that gives the most satisfactory service and makes a cus tomer of every purchaser. In this department Is dkplnyed a most reniiukiioie collection of now IdeaB in boys' wear. We've never shown quite such handsome style?, or so many of them, nor have we before combined fashion and quality with such good results as tLls season. Two-piece suits at $2 45 to M.50 that ure marvels of valuo. All Wool Cheviots and Casslmeres, well made.good liulngs, new patterns and materials In our celebrated Reciprocity Suits at $11.00 to m 60. Strictly all wool Serges and CasBiineres. They should be seen to be appreclated-not only for make and workmanship, but the savlmi or $1,00 to $U() by dealing with the "STAR" Notably pretty lines In New Vebtee Suits with plain und fancy vests at $1 21 to &". 00. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS With all the styles of cui and per- ; feetlon of lit shown in men's best are here. Hough Scotcties, Worsteds, Cheviots, Surges, etc., $4. lift to $1:160. Special Values at S8.50 t and $10.00. Many new and particularly pleasing styles In our largo lines of stylish Top Coats. Ulsters and Ileefei'S, J 1.4 i to $10.(10. Hoys' Kail Caps, new patterns, 2")! and .',0c. Hays' Furnishings or every sort-:':.:; ::, C .'.lam, Cuffa, Sweaters "lilaok Cit" IIimc, SiiMpfinli-rs, etc. Hoys' First Class Slums, 1 .00 to SH.iC. Our "Ityton it ltagland'' Ovwrconis uro tlie talk of the town. Such handsomely littlng ganiiems at no ivas-iiiable prices surprlco everyone. Our siMiond stock of Mi-n's Kmc S.i ts I; ivo airrivod. Kir.it time In our history have we doubh'd our f ill buNlui'ss. More pcoule iind ing out that It pays to trade at "I'll K STAR" and save money. I Ws S?!! as Low as Other pilil.l1 atid.n .mii ii h. ; JJ vii-ia im i i. in. n lii tlm lIVirl"l i:.irl ur ino Cimnty, limr'un. ! In Hi-' ''"ii't "f I'''"' 'on:lr, K.w. ,l,,m..sA. liny. l-lnl.,tlir. ... Au, J. .y.l.U'. PI, ..v n. vs. No. i;,.ui. , ),.. .... . l- ' l I.,, ...;.. , Klvlrs Ailclini. K.y, Di.f.'niliiiil. ! ' ' '"',"- ' ' ... Tl., HI..U. or Klines to Klvlm A.lvliae h J J, ' iinu'ilni,'; '..', ,j' ,,,,, ,, ii! r;, (,., ,i in t;i ;iov0 V..ii me- iK'ti-l.v ii"t;M'Ml tlmt you luivn ln'i-n J ,.iin', lV 1 1 til. - . -nt .'..lnli.T. Mum nni'il in ill.' hIi.ivu '"itlilii'l fruif 11 iiml coiu-t nnil ,, wm h;i H'.'Im.i' I'riillnii In -li iiiiikI iinwcr pi'l'tliin Mlii.J Hiir.lii liy tho iiluln- nilH' "t tlm rli'ik nf 'nil minrt, wlih li HSon nr lu roni tlm it Uiiy of lii'ii'iiilnr, A. . I y on mul uihwit on "r ln-ftiro tho itrt 111 M., i.r llio -ulil pi'tltl-Jti will Iir tnki'Ti iih Irno I ,y , .-. inlirr, . u , i.r til-- mcno will ha iiml In.U'munt will ho nnlri'i n-nor.titiirly. i tllki.n i trit nnil ml:.'i'i-it ron.'-r.i luwuiil L'niiilli'K tin' pl.iiiilllt ii iliicron ill iilmiliitii ill- nv, t'r.n.11'':' ii'it.i I'lu c irl iil.iliit.lt nil ntim vnri'e from you, tlm unl'l ili'fi'mliint, in nncnnl- j I ntc' ) -t."i f d. i nr;-c:iiui.t mi 1 1n l-'roiinil of. mil'll Willi Cllt iniyei'i'l rum lirilll.ui. I '.iiu IllltlCI.. V AMH'.VIIHIl Ct MAI.l l', ;flt4i AltnniMyn for 1'liinill. Alli'Kt: Oloi'k DlBlrlut t'oiirl Tiivil piililicivllon, Nofi'inliiT 15, 1IW0. Good Goods ii all Trices- No Trash ah Atty Price, 0 o at all prices from 8c to7roicr Are you keeping up with tbe times t Are you going to build? Are you going to repair VI If so you should figure with the Hutchinson Lumber and Planing Mill Co. They handle everything that is wood In the building line. If they havent what you want in stock, with their planing mill they make It. Oon tractors fur all sorts of buildigs. Bee them and got prices. Ofllce 1-10 Sherman Went. rhon78, Hutchinson, Kas, Stores Buy to Sell Again. J , ,, .imiMIIIIU'III, r 'I '" " A'lonii1)' i'or rLun.;'. y.t'l ib'-JtVa, N ivi-i ib. r I.', im fu' .-.'jri !jo for the UA2KP-B today.