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J, W, MAOUIUB.
Diseases of Eyo, Knr, Noso anJ Throat. OlaHDosHrUmtltli'lUly AilJuHtcd. (11)1 -n lu Mu lonlo Ttitnplu, IIuUjuiiiouii, Huniaa, Everybody likes the advice given nowaday In the patent medicine adver tisements to "keep quiet "tin the first tiling to do fur the grip. Mn, Stvarlhut a resident of east Ninth street is dangerously ill with paralyris, For more than a week she has been powerless to utter a word. The firemens's ball which is to be held tonight, Thursday, is receiving the cordial support of the citizens. It is for a good purpose which Is doubtless the reason. Some firms in this city bought Jro.oo worth of tickets. An ordinance is being prepared to be introduced at the next meeting of the city council to prevent spitting on the side walks. This is an ordinance on the books of most of the cities but It Is about as well enforced as the liquor laws. F. M. llolbrook who Is the official head of the new independent Salt Co. which is to build the new salt plant in South Hutchinson has opened offices over Glascock's store. Ross Miller, son ol C. Miller the gro cer, who enlisted for service in the l'hil ipplnes a couple of years ago has ar rived in Sanfrancisco on his return home. He expects to visit a short time on the coast before returning to Hutch .son. After reciting that the law enforce ment league had retained Judge Wil liam Whitclnw as its attorney to prose cute the jointists the Interior Herald asks "Why did they not retain the county at. torney?" Now that Is getting rather personal, aint it?. A young man named Ed Moore who has been working at the Hutchinson planing mill got his fingers considerably tangled up with a buzz saw the last of the week. No amputations were nee cessarybut the flesh was badly torn. The accident was caused by the slipp ing of a board. Mr. E. M. Iiussinger of the Golden Eagle was married the latter part of last week to Miss Tilla Ausman of Tampa, Marion county. Mr. Bussingcr is one of the prominent and rising merchants of this city and his bride Is a daughter of one of the leading merchants of Mar ion county. Irvan & Crawford, the popular mer chants of this city evidently believe in the doctrine of encouraging infant in dustries. They propose to give every baby born in the county in the year 1901 its first pair of shoes, free of cost. Now is the time for parents to make known tthere progress in the industry. Such slippery weather as we have been having brings additional danger to the railroad men. Very often in the performance of their duties they must get into places where a slight slip may loose them their lives, liillie Kill ic, a Santa Fe mm, was caught by No. 1 last Friday as he was passing in front of it and barely escaped with his life. l'hil Hostutlcr of the Golden Eagle Clothing Store left Tuesday morning for New York to purchase a new stock of goods. He expects to be gone about three weeks. The fire sale now on will continue till about the first of March when the store will be overhauled, re modeled and a complete new stock put in, retaining none of the old goods. Two boys Lou Talbott and George tlrny went hunting near Turon last week and could not resist the temptation to shoot some "hedge owls." The foresaid "owls" were on the property of one Mr. Federson, and he hearing the shots he mounted his horse, followed them to town and had them arrested. They pleaded guilty and the one that did the shooting was fined $5.00 and costs. They whacked up evenly like good loyal comrades for their fun. When they were purchnicd It seems that they were paid (or with a promissory note which was to run three months and the title never in fact passed to the owners of the building. Now they as sert the value to be 91025 and that they have been damaged to the extent of one hundred dollars. ' The plaintiffs, The A, II. Anderson Co,, of Chicago auk for the possession of the seats and damages to the above amount. This seems to be another obligation in addition the me' chanics, lieni which were filed before. On Thursday night of last week some miscreants broke a pane of glass in window of the Fourth Avenue school house, entered and performed about as much meanness as thev could contrive They ransacked things generally, np parcntly without a light till they go the principal's desk open and found some candles, Then thev gathered up pens, copy books, arithmetics, gram mers, and various nrtlclcs mm carried them, off. What their purpose could be is a question unless they expect to sell them to those needing such books, The new extension of the Kock Island now building between Liberal, Kansas and El Paso, Texas is being pushed for ward at the rapid rate of three miles of finished track per day. Already thirty miles of the railroad Is ready for the rails and a large force of graders is at work several miles in advance of the track layers. The rapid progress In laying the track on this extension Is made possible by using a new track lay' ers. This machine greatly facilitates the work by delivering the ties nnd rails to the workmen as fast ns needed When this new extenstion Is completed the Rock Island will have the longest piece of strait track of any railroad in North America, the track being so laid that for a distance of 120 miles there is not a curve. The new bridge on tlii extension, over the South Canadian River, on which work began a few days ago will be 710 feet long and 130 fc above the water. We have now reached the time of year when the population of the city in creases most rapidly in dogs. Judging from the number that arc continually sniffing around the streets, fighting, barking, yelping, by day nnd increas ing there energies by night, there must be about three dogs to every inhabitant In the city. There are a few well-to-do citizens who have no dogs, but there arc those who draw part of their sub sistance from the county who seem to harbor all' that can set down in the back yard. Ask the police about it and they will say they enn't do anything, The time for collecting dog tax has passed or has not yet nrrived. We arc in a transition period, We are waiting for a new dispensation and all we can do is to let them howl, and wait. Now it may be that under the present ordinance nothing can be done, but if so the ordi nance should be amended to make it the duty of the police to see that every dog past the days of his puppyhood wears a collar at all times of the year showing that his tax has been paid a some time within the preceding year. Ml 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 the contents. This is the best remedy in the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take. It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia, The preliminary trial of Tom ohnson charged with highway robbery of the stranger, Mr. Maier from Missouri, was held before Esquire Morris in the court room on Tuesday. Mr. Maier was put upon the stand and testified to about the same things that he told the report ers the morning after he was robbed. Johnson was represented by l'rigg & Williams but put no witnesses on the stand. The charge is a very serious one and a large crowd gathered at the trial, The lightest sentence he could be given if convicted is ten years. E. 0. Odell who for ten years' has been the resident manager of the Cen tral Coal & Coke Co. in this place died on last Saturday morning at 2:00 o'clock. Mr. Odell came to this place twenty years ago nnd his father, Mr, G. W. Odell now lives near Arlington. He has long been recognized as one of the prominent business men of the city. The funeral was held at the family resi dence on Sunday afternoon and was con ducted by the M. W. A. The deceased was about forty-three years of age, and leaves a wife, a son and daughter. A replevin suit lias been tiled in the district court to recover the scats that are now used in the new Shaw Theatre. Free Rural Delivery. The demand for rural delivery grows. The people along the line of the one now in operation appear to have started a precedent of asking for things, that is being quite vigorously followed up by other people in the county. Petitions for two new routes at least have already gone in and the farmers along the re spective lines are expecting to soon be able to sit around the stove on cold days and toast their shins while their mail is brought to them. One of these routes is to start from Partridge nnd run south through Troy township, making quite a thorough tour of thcrikonntry in a zigzag way, The other wfll leave liurrton and tour Val ley township and also cross the line over into Harvey county, It will prob ably not be many years if the country continues to develop as it should before this county will be covered with a net work of these delivery routes. And their effect in dispelling the solitude of a farmer's life will be considerable. The MoCowan Leoture, The Timci-Ucrald of Chicago, says of McCowan: "He has that tremendous power of rhetoric, which, when wedded to Ideas, always fascinates an audience and arouses the voice of the Ideal life within the listener. Wherever he has been heard he Is recognized as one of the most promising young men of the country," TheSt.I.ouls Republic says of Mc Cowan; "In sweep, scope, passion nnd power, he reminds one of Rev, Henry Ward lieccher. The Minneapolis Tribune says: "The lecture given by Ilcrvcy Smith Mc Cowan in the First Haptist Church last evening before the State Christian En dcavor convention, was the best thing in the week's program, He said some of the best things ever said upon the lecture platform." He will be at the First M. E, church Friday evening February 15th. Admis sion 25c nnd 50c. I.H Orliin l lokly uratl. "In the winter of i8i8 I was tuken down with a severe attack of what is cnllccTIa grippe" says F. I.. Hcwctt, a prominent druggist of Winlield, 111. "The only medicine I used was two bot tles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It broke up the cold nnd stopped the coughing like magic, and I have never since been troubled with erlnne.' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy can nl ways be depended upon to break una cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneumonia. It is pleasant to take too, which makes it the most desirable and one of the most popular prepara tions in use for these ailments, For sale by all druggists, it We want more county correspondence who will send it, Mr. I). F. Swandcr who lives just southeast of Elmer has sold his farm nnd will locate In the strip, The G.- zktti-: job department has just printed bills for his sale which will be held at his place on Tuesday, February 26th at 0:00 a. m. He has quite a list of stuff to sell including three head of horses, eighteen head of cattle, thirty-six head of hogs and a long list of farm itnpli mcnts and machinery besides his house hold goods, Sam Hill his step son ex pects to locate in the same neighbor hood in Oklahoma, and on the first page of this paper appears an ndvertisment of his sale which will occur on Tuesday, February toth. Anyone wishing to buy anything in their line will do well to at-! tend these . I Nolle, Ih lierehy given Him IcUor trlami'iil- Nnul rourlDi'O nutl l.i , Auyrelm' aj : nry mi thu i-tlmo n( J11I111 .Inlet), iIi'iimhiM. Ma Mlaaourl l'liilllo, On FVIirttttry l'.'th. and w,'ri' tl' mhIon-Ik 1 "n Uk'-'mIi dny ol n.,1. fii,i... n .1 , , , ' Janiiiiry. Hull, hy Mm iirolmtc court of licit" Bell lollmvInK Tuesday tlio Ulwtourl PhcIIIo',.,, k,.,,;..' nvv ,.11 1, ,.,,. i,,, will ectl tleketa llntchlni'oii to California Com- I'lalnm iiirili'at tliuanlil i'tutu iui ln'tvliy noil- lied Unit lliey mint ircsint llm sniiio to llm tin ilnmlKiKMl for nllnniiiimi within nun year from dim- ol milil iHiors. or ilinymiiylm pit'duili-d hum 11 uy tumuli of biicIi unliiiti; iiimI t It'll If mull cliilnn In, nol (xhlbtliMl within lliri'i- yum Bl'li-r tin" iliitoul Hiihl IflttiTH, lliey uluill lie for ever Inirreil, John Ciumiiii, Kxoeulnr mill HAIIAll I IUMHII, l-lxvi'lltl'lx uf Urn I'MiUii nl John .loliiu, iIiti'Ki-ciI. I WEIGH 175 EDS. rcracr weipi 155 cam 40 IDs. Tlipre are umii e who uv lli.il 1 1 benefit derived from the use' of put-up medicines is Imaginary. It In nut the cane with l)r, l'leree's I'avorlte Prrsorlp. lion, which umlit-H weak women strong nun kil-k women wen, a woman may Imagine she' weak, or may fancy she's hick, but her imaxiitutimi cni'l -, forty omuls In her weight, The Kisitive proof of the curat! vu power of " Favorite JTesiTlplloti" is found ill the restoration of lieullh which is recorded in faei inn! Inrm, ol strength which call lie tested, and weight which can be registered In pounds mid ounces. Ilic general health of women l.w intimately connected with the local health of the womanly organs that when these are diseased the whole body sutlers loss, l)r, Pierce's Favorite Pre. Hcription cures womanly diseases, It establishes regularity, stops weakening drains, heals iiilliimmatlou and ulcera tion and cures female weakness, "I mil very ulnd to let oilier poor milTerem know Hliut 111, I'la-ire'n ninHi-lnm lime iloiie lor me," wtllei Mm. IvUvlii H. Unidiirr, ol llreiliMood, Nuilolk Co., Miih. (Hon ;o.) "Von know I wmie to von IuhI auiiinier, I rend wind vniir ineilleliic huil done lor oilier people, mi IIu iikIiI I would try 11 nnd I fuuud II wim a hlelnu to me mid my finally, I In nan In June mill lo ik i linlllr of your incdU'lne. iiml liner vinlmif '1'ellitn.1 I took vour inrihiltie n ve.ir win il I Imd ii ten-pound (jlil. 1 hud tin- enslekt lime t ever Mini wllh tiny of 111 v three ehlldien. I It. tie In en veiy writ h'luee I took vour niedj. I'lue. I took lluee lioiile of ' 1'iieoilt'e Prim-rip-lion,' llneeof '('.olden .Medlcul Dlwiivi rv,' nnd lime vi.iUof 'I'elleiH.' I h'ul no u,M-t(le mid toulil mil nil iniiih with. ml II dMieiiit Hie In lute I look vour 1 l-'iivotte l'i4-tai iplitut, uuil I only Mcle.hed i.ij kiiiiiiI, Now I welch i;y" Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of ji one cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only, Aildress Dr. K, V. Pierce, Duf fulo, N. Y. I M I Mrt I'ltATOH'H NOTICE. Hluleof KiliHiin. Count v of llenn. mi In 1 ho I'loliiite Cotirl 111 mill for Mild County ! Nolli o In horu'iy glvuii, Unit lellortnf admin Immlloii on the iiKtnlti of Holme ,lune dei-eitseil, were Kmiitoil thu nuilerslvneit on tint Hill ilny of Keliruary, llini, hy llm probmu oourt of Komi county, KntiaiiH. Now nil per. "oni, niimiK cminiH HtfiiiiiHt mo mm cume, nro hcruliy untitled Unit ll-ey iiniHt present I ho Mil in o to (In. tindomlmii'd for Hllowiuioa, within one yeur flout llio data of mid letters, or lliey may ha preeliideil frum any liKiiellt of tmrli on line; unit unit ir alien manna no nut exiuiuteii wlihln throe years after thu ditto uf mid Inlluii they hIiiiII Iio forevar burred, A. M. .iK.wKi.i,, AitniliilHinitor of lite Kmiitnol Hi'her ,loni'. ilei enneil. Kobmury 14, If ol. I Hr st publication, 1-obi iihijt 14, Itxil, XKCI TOICS NOTICK, moil pululH a; above niton. Call or wrltu for piirileulam P. ,1. bclmbaoh, Auvnt, Mitrtliijf, Urnnit l,oilKn A.O. V . W. To bo held nl boiivfiiwortli, Kor tlila oecn- idem the MNfoutl l'nc-no will sell IIi Umh to Lciivonworth nnd return nt rale of I n.jfi, Daten t of ftilo furiinry 8.1ml to iK.tii lueltialvu, kooiI return .March Vlli, l. J. t,clmbch, Airent. lo I MiitohtiiKon, Kiiiih, Jiintiury ill, luol. UKIihI Publication, Jim. :ll, loul I Goods at Your Own Price! FOR THE UEYT 30 DAYS.I n 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 h-i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it i ii 1 1 Wu will mnke the lowest prices cm ALL WINTER STUFF ever cll'ored in this city. We must liavo room for our largo Sl'RING STOCK, which Is arriving dtiily. Wo have cut the price jiiBt in two on many goods. Pneumonia t'nn lie l'reviilel. This disease always resulted from a cold or an attack of the grip and may be prevented by the timely use of Cham bcrlain's Cough Remedy. That rem edy was extensively used during the epidemics of I.a Grippe of the past few years, and not a single case has ever been reported that did not recover or that resulted in pneumonia, which shows it to be a certain preventive of that dan gerous disease. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has gained a world wide rep utation for its cures of colds and grip. I'or sale by all druggists. Colon I nI Slatca lo Cnllloruin: The great Itook Island route will sell, una wny tickets to common point 111 California for $i,"i. tiekelRon solo felt, ll.'tb, 111, Bud Jlllll, Mimlift, IL'tli, tfllli. Stlth. April ii.li, 1.1. h, 2,'liii nnd tlOlh,' lixtl. Fall particulars cull on or RdurcsK,C. Fisher Agent, Novelty Dress Goods, which we imve been seiiin at 12 ic, you can now buy nt . : GlcYd.J Fancy Plaid Dress Goods regular price 2 5 U per yard; price now : 120 Yd t I All Wool Dress Goods worth 50c per yuid; price : ! : : I9cYd; Outing Flannel, niL'ginde, in light coiorH 43c Yd' Fleece Lined Goods, yard, now : ; i Ladies' White Merino Underwear, TiOc value, I Men's Wool Underwear, regular i.oo1uaiity, 25c I dark colored, worth 10c per 5c Yd now 20c: Men's Heavy Fleece Lined r mlei wcar, worth !iOc :::::: 25c now Men's Felt Boots - 50c Pr Men's Felt Boots with rubber overs coniplctu $ 1 .37 Pr .U I tJI OtJllL WI 1 COATS AND WINTER CLOTHING. You can save money by buying your Clothing, Underwear, etc. for next winter nt these prices. We Imve an elegant line of premiums which we give uwtiy to our customers. t We take all kinds of Country Produce Exchange for our Goods. Como and trade with us. We enn do you good, G. W. & A. E. LIVENGOOD. j Hutchinson, Kun. -H-l-HH No. 7. N. Main St. J When you Set it in IR VAN'S AD Von know it's SO. Irvan Crawford, Corner Second and Main. Good Goods at all J'rieet No Trash at Any J'riee, 0 O Big February Sale of Desirable Merchandise! Ono lot of Men' I'liderwenr, regular ,'15o garment, wo will cut them In tho niiddlo and give you u full suit for 1 ho prlco of a slnglo garment, only . . 35c Suit Men's wool mixed IIoho worth 15e for Heavy all wool hose, regular 25o kind, for 10c 15c Children's nnd M tones' regular lfto lleeeo lined Hoho, tho best 10c 15o Iiobo on tho market, for 2.50 and M (10 Ladles' Capes cut to 15 Jackets worth $11,00 ; Imlf prlco, only . wo cut them for this snlo S1.75 to ono- SI. 50 All blanket nnd comforts durluir Oils sulo at 003 Ono lot fancy 1'iints, only A largo lot of Outing Flmmcls, for 4c 4c IRVAN & CRAWFORD. Comer tconl nnd Mnlu, llulohlnaoii. Kauana, Everything Coocl YKS, everything nt tho A A DRUG STORE Is good. Wo buy it for good, wo sell it for good. If you don't And it good just speak to us nhoiit It ami 5 you will get your money back. This makes buying S drugs of us safe Wo want your trade on this basis, A. & A. Drug Co. Kill North Main Street. ""y"-";'"7jr'i' I STORM KliSISTIiKS Tut Htortu r ihIich on the windows nnd it won't Iib ih cctttniry to put tho linml in tho pnc.1i c-t ho ofti'ii to pay iloetnra' anil coul dfiileih' hills. Si i..-,! te.s Hetuly ninile to lit windows of Nttititlnid sl.es at siiuill priofs, Hpoiilal biihIich nnide tnnrilcrut low llgtireH. Can tin supplied glnzeil or unglu.ed, Mtiterial nnd wnrkiiuin fhiphiif.h grade, Wcivihcr Strips. Are the next Wt thing; stop rattling of ihsIi; Iwp out duxt, wind and cold. 'ou never go wrong when you huy of Snyder's Planing Mill. 20, 22, nnd 2-1 West Sherman. IIulchiiiHon, Kansas, -lljijf W I1 flWH'J" WMJW'PIII Jr ; yjti n)ii.lMi.t.ii ri. mi in mmMm Md-tnm-t- ...i, L.,....n'.rt.- u'.u'L,:'..ft.' ' , i', 'iP'iiw)T .'n'uiw nniiii, ip,iiinnim.,i0.TTOm I- . '" ' " "'""' L, -t.t-i,-lO.'-, !ggsftS. - '' ' - ' ' i iwupjw iijm.m,iwwwimiini 1m ippimi m II fata aft lIlUkfAwi t Tj t This Kind of a Man Doesn't know the tlllTeiaiKni between ijood lumber nnd poor lumber. Any old stun" would suit lilm. Jitit our ntuck wiiHti't boiiKht lor sueii fellows iih him. It was bottuht for the most paitieiilar men in the community. If you happen to be one of lliose particular chaps, ami want sonic extra nlee lumber, here's the plnee to get It. nices-" Low an yon can gut anywhere. Will i ICS I.UMUKR VARIJ, Hutchinson, iini mi aauiL-!-t- ju.'.i tt' laifiiiiMn'f'' ' ' '" Kansas. ""'"'!? 'I'i-' "! 1' fthii aaaii. liiiiiaiiitii. I'realiH-iillnl Inniitfiirnl CcreiiionlPa. Oil nee, mill iitioM", tlic Mlnhixtil I'lii'llii: will Kfll tldkl'tH 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 tO WllhllllllllOII, l, C, Ati.l n liirii hi itttcof f-.'li.w, TiokitH on tali Ki liritury Muiuli 1 Hi n-nl ,'ml, ko iiI to return U) ami liicluillng Muti ll Sth, P. J. I.cltnliarh, Aiji'tit. PraK'rntlHl Inniiu'ii.nl Crroiuniilra. For llm iilinvi(Hetilon tho irrnit Itm-k I'lttml roiilu will sell tli-kolf tti W'n-lib'jtiMi 0. ('. for ine fa iv 1'Iiik i'.'.di I'nr the mum! Iilp, tti krl nit nli-Wit 'Mil, Miircli 1st unit l'ikI yuml fur ri inn to mill liii-liiilliiM Mnrrli M I iol tor pi it i,-u lura cull on or uiin' E, (', VMtvr, Aicnl,, f