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BPKC1ALIST, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Noho and Throat. ainNtniftclnntini'klly AitJimtiMl. Otli. o In N vuulo Tuuiplo, llutulilimoil, Kuiilill, l.OCAL.ANIk PEBAOSAL, Jacob Zimmersof near Haven, i mov ing to Anthony, Kansas. Frank Knodc had a tame ilccr on ex aiibitlon In a cage in front of his butcher shop last week, It attracted consider able attention. Sylvia has' had a temperance meeting and adopted resolutions telling the joint csls to uit. They were couched in very moderate language however. Sam Mill reports that his sale was a success and lie is much pleased with the results. One of his high bred sows sold for $15.00. Fifteen averaged fa 1.00 and the average of the whole forty-four was 23.00. Me wants to start for his new home this week if possible. John Marshall who is an old settler and prominent citizen living near Maven is very sick with heart trouble and other complications and his recovery is very doubtful. He was given up by local physicians, and doctors from here are attending him. A report got into the press dispatches last week that Superintendent John S. Simmons of the reformatory had been appointed to the position of private sec retary to Governor Stanley, to fill the place vacated by Henry Allen who re- slirnml tn t:if a nlnre on the board of "t - - 1 - charities. There seems to have been nothing in the report. The local daily, in Its last Saturday issue, says the "decinle of the card club furnishes an idea to one of the mem bers," but are ideas so scarce among the members of a card club, that the possession of one is worthy of a "scare .head" In a great daily ? Interior Herald. Air. I. aMotte who proposes to put up :a canning factory in this region, if the requisite inducement is furnished, must be oblivious to the fact that there is a canning factory trust, or combine, that 1)1 as purchased all the canning plants in the united States, and closed thirty-five of them, throwing thousands of employ ecs out of work, Is he figuring on a plant here to buck the trust or to sell to .them?" Interior Herald. Tut, tut, Urother Meredith. Didn't Mark Manna say there are no trusts? Probably Mr. Lamotte believes him. Some of the temperance people, and perhaps some of the other fellows in the Kighticth legiilative district have been making notes and occasional remarks, as they say "dodging" a vote on the illurrell bill on its final passage. This (is a strong bill which should assist very materially in the enforcement of the Jaw, by making the holding of a gov ernment license and the finding of liquors on the premises prima fucia evi dence of guilt. About noon Monday people living in (he vicinity of the Morton salt block telephoned the police that there were several suspicious looking characters hanging around that part of town and (they would like to have them investi gated. Constable Roberts and a police man chartered a double seated rig and went after them. They got two and trough back with them. The third one they missed. At the police court rooms they left a .nice new pocket knife, and a ibrand new pair of pants. The indica tion seemed to point to a raid on some store in a small town that wasn't for the purpose for which Mrs. Nation's cru sade is instigated. The fire company for some reason seems to have a great deal of trouble of late in getting the numbers right when a fire call is sent in. They were called out Friday for a fire at 410 Sher man Fast, but understood the call is fourteen. When they got there of course there was no tire. Then they had to run to central and get the right number. Fortunately the fire was of no consequence or it would have had time to become a big blaze. Twice before, lately, this same sort of occurrence has happened. As to who is at fault, whether those who turn in the call, the central or some one at the fire department, that is not determined. Two soldiers from the Philippine ser vice arrived home in this city last week, One dead and the other about half dead. One was l.eroy Taylor whose, remains were laid to rest in the cemetery here with military honors on Friday after-, noon. The other was Koss Miller, son of C. Miller, the grocer. Mr. Miller has been discharged on account of his disa bilities. While he will propably re cover his health so as to do business, he will in all probability never be the same man he was before his enlistment, by any means. His friends scarcely lenew him he is so emaciated, and he has been in this condition or worse since last July. Hut in this climate he will be apt to improve rapidly. Judge Martin addressed a letter to the committee appointed to notify him of his nomination in which he accepted the nomination and among other things said: "1 believe we should have a decent,-clean city, the faithful enforce ment of State and mu nicipal laws and that public officers should net with the deepest sense of the oath of office; that the finances of the city should be placed upon a basis where the expenses and disbursements snail not exceed the in cline of the city and that every reason ably effort should be made to lighten the burden of taxation; tlut this end can only be accomplished by the mayor and concil working together for the welfare of the whole city and with the purpose of upbuilding the moral, commercial and laboring interests of the city. I be lieve the interests of the labnres should have steady employment, short hours and good wages." The Saturday Uee charges W. Y, Morgan, Frank Vincent, John H, Vin cent, S, M. Colladay. J, C. i). Morse und W. K. Dennett of being more to blame for joints in Hutchinson than any other six inen. They are no more to blame than any 100 others in that town. The facts nre that the law-abiding peo ple there have laid down and allowed the tough element to rule And ruin. If the press and pulpit of that town were of the kind we have in Nickerson there would be no pints there; only those run in back alleys, barns and behind ma nure piles. Nickerson Argosy. There arc nut many people who will dispute that the gentlemen are the ones that Shave been "ruling and ruining" Hutchinson, Pretty hard slap to call them the "tough element." Of course the press of Nickerson is all right what there is of it, the Argosy. If you don't believe it, why you'll have to, for haven't you got the editor's word for It? Now and then a new case of small pox appears in the confines of Hutchin son. Mr. Vaughan, son of C. L. Vaughan, of the Vaughan Fontron Co, 1s down with a rather severe case of it. A man also walked into Dr. Stewart's office last Thursday who was just break ing out with the discatie. However, as these cases were taken in the early stages, before the really contagious pe riod, it is not thought the disease will spread. If the small pox would only run the grip out perhaps there would uot be much complaint, for such small pox as has shown itself in most places would perhaps be preferable to the vio lent form that the grip often takes, ex cept for the matter of quarantine. The reformatory officials have not only abolished visitors' day at the insti tution in order to prevent any possibil ity of introducing small pox among ,tlie inmates, but an order has been issued which requires the local authorities to furnish a health certificate from the health authorities for every new candi date for membership in the institution, This health certificate is required before the boy is sent after. In case of people coming from abroad, arrangements can usually be made with the authorities to show them through the institution, but on account of the epidemic which seems to be nearly as prevalent over the Slate as last year they arc very rigid. They do not want the care of a pest house of the magnitude the reformatory would assume if small pox should be intro duced. Pneumonia Cnn lie irvrulil. This disease always resulted from a cold or an attack of the grip and may be prevented by the timely use of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. That .rem edy was extensively used during the epidemics of La 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 n 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. For sale by' all druggists.' ' ,' A Stolen ;Horse. About the niiddle of the week Captain Collin notified the police that a hnrse was left tied to a buggy near the north east corner of the park and had been there without feed or water for about three days before he had discovered it and took care of it. The man who had driven it there had evidently been afraid of identification and dared not bring it into town. He had been sympathetic enough to cover it with a banket and tie it behind the high board fence where it would have a wind brake. When the police were notified they brought it into town and put it up at liv ery stable. On Sunday a man from Ar lington whose name the police had for gotten appealed and claimed the horse, He proved the property to the satisfac tion of the officials and it was turned over to him. The officers say they have no clue as to who the thief was. They Didn't Interview Hlrn. It is noticablc that the News anil otljer "patriotic" papers have not interviewed Koss Miller on the situation in the Phil ippines since his return home. Mr. Miller says that the way they are fight ing now he sees no reason why the Fili pinos can not hold out forever if they want to. This is the opinion he gives of the facilities for the guerrilla warfare they have been carrying on for a year orayearanda half. More than that he says that the American officers in comand will not let the soldiers fight in a wav to effect anything. They will give orders not to shoot, and not let them load their guns till ordered. The explanation seems to he that the officers have secured positions, draw big pay and if nnything gets wrong with them they easily get relieved from duty. The situation suits them as it is. They do not care to end the war, Hut this sort of thing is migluy hard on the poor enlisted men who die of fever and home sickness, Mr. Miller says. the men are without exception sick of it and want to get home. Incidentally it might be said that this sort of warfare is also hard on Uncle Sam's treasury and the fellows that have to help fill the holes made in it. l,aUrliio l Iskljr (Uireil. "In the winter of i8i8 I was taken down with a severe attack of what is called la grippe" says F. I.. Hcwett, a prominent druggist of Winfield, 111. "The only medicine I used was two bot tles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It broke up the cold and stopped the coughing like magic, and I have never since been troubled with grippe.' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy can al ways be depended upon to break up a cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneumonia. It is pleasant to take too, which makes it the most desirable and one of ithe most popular prepara tions in use for these ailments. For sale by all druggists. Mora Bad Boy and Brans. It seems that the thinning out of bad boys in this town by the startlinir dis closures concerning the disappcrance of some chickens was not vet com plete. There are still a few offenders. Constable Roberts took a.chase up Sixth Avenue West after a boy by the name of liarncs one after noon last week and was unequal to the required speed till he threw off his coat and boarded a bicycle. He also ar rested a brother of this boy, another boy by the name of Dugan who is about sev enteen years of age, the two Barnes boys being thirteen and fifteen respectively 1 he boys were seen carrying consider able quantities of brass and copper away from the packing house, it is al leged, and the same was sold to the old Russian Jew tunk dealer who has enough old Iron piled around opposite the old Missouri Pacific friegh depot to sink that part of town, He has been in court before for buying stolen brass from boys and has succeeded in convincing the court, jury and all the by standers that he can speak more different kinds of jargon all at once in an attempt to speak English than could have been ex ecutep in the attempt to construct the tower of Isabel. The boys had their trial Tuesday and were convicted before a jury in Justice Knauss' court. An arrest of judgement was taken in the case Dugcon. The younger Darns boy was released from the reform school not many mouths ago These are not the only ones engaged in this kind of filfcring and doubtless the rest will receive their reward soon, All druggistsguarantee 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. Shaw Theatre In New Hands. At noon Thursday the Shaw Theatre passed into the hands of Mr. Fred Cas ner, or at least into his control, and at the same time he placed Mr. W, A. Loe in charge ns manager. Mr, Loe has successfully managed the old opera house for several seasons nnd has been generally courteous in his treatment of the patronising public, lie will con duct it upon business principles. Mr. Casner announces that he has not under taken this burden with the expectation of profit, but for the purpose, if possible of putting it on a solid financial basis, and making it an institution of which Hutchinson will be proud. The build ing is one which is worthy of the town and one such as in the hands of court eous and intelligent managers will merit the patronage of our people. We be sprak for it a better patronage than in the past. Mr, Casner came into possession of the theatre by purchase. Under the old arrangement Mr, Shaw owned a two thirds interest and Mr. Thompson one-third. Mr. Casner purchased these interests nnd undoubtedly will take up and settle outstanding claims, on which various sorts of liens have been filed. Mr. Casner is a man of ample means to successfully carry out this plan and he no doubt will do so, or he would not have entered the undertaking. Bryan's Commoner, This paper is In receipt of a commu nication offering clubbing rates with Mr. Aryan's new paper, the Commoner. The Urst Issue of Mr. Bryan's paper will appear some in .January. In tils announcement, Mr. Hryan- wishes to have It understood that he will em ploy 110 traveling ugeuls, and will thus eliminate possibility of fraud, lie' ex pects to rely on clubbing arrangements with local papeis und resident agents for subscriptions. The posted rates for the paper, which will lie a weekly edition and published by Mr. Bryan himself, will be fl.OK it, year. But in club with the Gazette, it will come at II 75 a year for both papers. Subscrip tions may be left at this olllce. Low Itntra l WakIiIukIoii nnd Mon tana. V In MlaiMHirl l'iu III". IIukIimiIiik Kcliriiiiiy !-t the following rutiiK will lipoma eirectlvo: Kir II dux Hutchinson to 8jktiii!, Witah., and Inter niflla!ft"lntn (U, M' Anaconda, Unite Helena ml Intprmctllnto points, (trst claaw J.T.'.IW, ecu oinl $-"7. "i0. For particulars, wrlto or ciUt ou 1'. ,1, U'imhac h, sgunt, THE NEW BADY Opens up a new world to the loving mother. If it is a strong, healthy baby that new world is a world of liRppiiivsK, If it is a weak, fretful child tin.- new world is full of anxiety. It has been proven in thousands ol eases, that the use of l)r. Tierce's Favorite Prescrip tion makes all the difference between strength and weakness in children. Healthy, lumpy mothers have healthy, happy children, " Favorite Prescrip tion " gives the mother strength to give her child, It makes the baby's advent practically painless and promotes the secretion of the nourishment necessary to the healthful feeding of the nursing child. "1 Imvc lirfii H-inu Dr. Pierre I'aviirilr IT Mii)ti(m ami chii Miy il Ik jiml ulint von nilvfr, Iw It In lie." wtllen Mu. Victor J. Iluillll, of I.eiinnriKville, Kilty Co., Kiiiimih "I liei-nii IiiMnk it jul two months Indue Imliy amir nml win inenlly liencliteil liv Hh um. The iloe. lor who iitu-itlel me haul I did ultotii hh well hh any our lie had Keen urn I wax suk only nUiut three liourK), and uImi thai your ' I'nvm tie 1're. M-ripliiiii ' wn 'one (intent medicine' winch he diil liuve Ihith In. We now have a ilniliuu luihy Wty, Mioiiif and healthy, who weixheit innc punnd when Ixirn, IliirhiK Ihi mouth he Iiiih LMinril three and onc lnill in minis Have never (liven him one doie of medicine." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in paper covers, sent Jrtt on receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing 011v. 1 Address Dr, K, V, Pierce, Huffalo, N, Y. A PallMBTRATOH'K NOTK'K, Stale of Knnaita. ( ounlv of Hono. nil III I lie I'i'ohntc (Jniirl In nnd for mid County: Notice, la linreey given, Hint leltortor iilinln iHtroilou on tlm (iMstu of Holier .lonca dncemicil, were irsiitiiljtli unilerslinied on Hie. nth day of Kuliriiirjr, 1WI1, by tlio prohute Court of Koiio county, KinH. Now all per on huvihK clalma Hiritliiiit Ilia ailil e-Muto are hereby notified that they must premmt tlio Hume to Hid nniieridKneil lor allowance, within one year from IlieiUtouf xu III letters, or tbey amy he precluded from iny benefit ot such tutu ; und that l( aunli nlalms bo not exhlliltail within throe josrs after the ilnle of laid lottsri lheynliiill he forever bitriod. A. M ,1 KwHi.i,, Administrator of the Kulatoot Heber Jonep, deceased, February 14, KM. I First puliliciillon, Kobruary 14,1111.1 RAILROAD TIME TABLES. A.T. 4 8. F. R. It. WESTWARD. No inillVEH. LKiVHH California Kx 1 rc.it, pro ( Biliioi'iilii Mm I) nm am Colorado & UlHh Ex..,. a V.liinm r,;:r, pro Mlsed 'in; m ail a 111 Si.tium Mexico A California Rx. 7 KKOptn Krelijlil. "Hunday Only" 111 "(Via, 11 KAHTWAI1U, NO, A Kill VBH. LKAVKH. Atlantlo l(x g IIMIuir. Clneaifo l.lm 4 8 M pin HilKI pin liana, (!, A Chicago Kx. S II:. Hum II. in am Kuim. ('. A Chicago Kx, 8 lililf, pm Hulls nm PaenKer U4 "tiMiiin "sim'i HUTCHINSON BRANCH. Mo. 1, California Kx. Usavoa (l:"n pm il, Atlantic Kx, arrive KHhaiu .1, California Limited Ioiivih n;m tin 7, Mexico It Calif, Kx. leavim mill pm '111, Acoommodntlon, leave f-M tm 'WJ, AocnmiiHidHtlon. arrlvca UUTVIIlNaON KlUTHKIIN Tl HA NO II, (III1N0 aiM'TH, lie PAHT. No. NIT Paaaiinircr u Mia. id, Ml Freight, except Sunday H (HI a. m. (10IMI NOHTH. AKMVIR. No. MiS I'aaanriKer S p. in, CUO Freight, except Hunday II 'it p. in. Rxeept Sunday. No, si cnrrlo paoeonKera from Newton to HuichliiBiin Siindnyn only, Tralna No. MIO anil A.'ll dully except Hunday. For full particular call on or adilreaa W.J. IIi.ack, Q. V. A., Tonelia. C. A. WAt.Kin, , Agent Sunt a Fe Itotite, H iitcbluaon. MISSOl'BI PACIFIC. AaTHOIINO. No. tl, K. 0. Mall and Rxpreaa., No. 111. Ht. Lonln Mull and Ex ... . nWAH'i'N. "Ml p, m. No. 4(W, Mixed Hx. Sun, V.lfl p. in. WKKTIlllItNll. I IlKI'AHTS. No, 5, K.C, Mall and Kxnreas.. (Tin a in. No. 9, Colorado Mall and Rx I i)"i!u m No, lill, Kjylftht.J...,Ji..Kx. Sun 4iM,jn. No. Yii dived not carry paeaongeri eaat of nntohluaon, Cara run through to Ht. touts without oh an ft. Chair Carat Denver free of charge. This la the abort line tn all point" went. P. J. LaiMHAen, Agent, II. C. TowNfiKNli, den. I'M. A gent . MOCK ISLAND. NAaTWAHII. No. 30, Dally Mall ami Kxnrcaa.. No.!l4, Dally ex, Nim.Nlirnt Kx. No, S'J, Freight AC Wt MTWaIILfi No. 10, Dally Mull and Kxprraa.. No. as, Dally eisunDodgeClty Kx No. ai, " " " Freight Ao llFIPAMTi. USITi a. m S :4 p. ru 11 .IB a. tn, naPARia. 7 :(ir, p. m Or.'U a. m liina p. Hi N. Hi rune to Pratt. No. its run through to l)oile City and Liberal. For the latest designs in PAPISTRIES, The correot shapes and tints in Correspondence Papers, . Call at . Campbell's Book Store, 20 N. Main St. Where you will also II nil the hest stock of Books, Kvcr Games, Brought to Novelties, nuUiiiinnon. School Books Supplies Agents for Reno County. When 'yon See it in IR VAN'S AD Yon know it's SO. Irvan t Crawford, Corner Second and Main. Achievements Stand as Unimpeachable Evidence that our Lint and Prices art A'ight . , . We Get in Touch With . Tour Coin, lleali.lon our position we hops ti bn able to separate you from It with our ueuutlful line of sprint? goods, Here are a few of the many things we can show you: Dimities, Jiarred and striped white wash goods 6c to Wo yd Ginghams and Madras, a beautiful line, so to 220 yd Percales, In l'erslan figures, stripes, etc, at "Jc to loo yd. Cotton Covert, plain and II (tared; the most serviceable goods you can buy lor a separate skirt; lilc, 121o and loo yd. India Llnon, the best you can buy for the price, Go to 60c yd Persian Lawn, sheer and a Dne thread; l"o,20c, Silo, 5ic,76o Colored Wash Goods, Light Weight. Includes, Dimities, JtdtlatB's, Itroilues, Swisses, Fantaisies, Vienne, Lace Mulls, Anita's Formoslana. Egyptian Tissues, Organdies, Dotted MouseliueB, Bilk Muslins, etc, and lu pretty patterns. Bleached ar.d Unbleached Muslin we have such well known brands as Homestead, Fruit of the Loom, Lonsdale, Hope, Dunnellen, Indian Head, l'epperell etc, at 60 to Hlo yard. Our Sheetings, Bleached and Unbleached, of all widths, are a strong lino, at prices that are never tindusold. A full line of McCall patterns, lOo and 15c each, none higher, none better at any price. Ask for a Fashion Sheet. They are free. We are selling agentss for Wood Mtg, Co. Shirts Pants and Overalls They have no eiual for lit and wear, l'rlce no higher than you pay for poor ones. IRVAN & CRAWFORD. t'nriiar "leconil atnil Nitln, a. Everything Good Y'HS, everything al tlio 6- A DRUG STORE is good. Wo buy it for good, wo sell 11 for good. If you don't find il good just speak to its about it and you will get your money buck. This makes buying drugs of us wife. Wo want your trado on this basis. A. & A. KMi North Main Street. n 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 if I Goods at Your FOR THE We will make the lowest prices on Al.. WINTER STUFF ever olt'eted in this city. We must have room for our large SPRING STOCK, which is arriving daily. Wo have cut the price just In two on many goods. Novelty Dress Goods, which we have been selling at, I21e, you can now buy at ; : gg yd. Fancy Plaid Dress Goods regular price 25c per yard; price now : ; ) 2'C Yd All Wool Dress Goods worth 50c per yard; price : : !9cYd fOuting Flannel, 10c Fleece Lined Goods, dark colored, worth 10c per yard, now : . I 5c Yd Ladies' White Merino Underwear, ."On value, now : : : : : 20c Men's Wool Underwear, rguinri.oo quality, 25c Men's Heavy Fleece Lined I'n.iei wear, worth sou now : . 25C Men's Felt Boots - 50c Pr I Men's Felt Boots with QP. Por Port Off ATI' 1)iCK ' coats.oiek rtir OtJllL J COAT': and WINTER CLOTHING. You can save money by buying for next winter at these prices. premiums which wcivo away to our customers. Wetaka all kinds of Country Produce in Exchange for our Goods. Come aud trade with us. We can do you good. G.W.&A.E. LIVENGOOD. i! Hutchinson, Kan. No, 7. N. Main St. '. 1 H-H We want more county correspondence who will send it. Good Goods at all PrieetA No Trash a t Any Price, 0 0 llulolilnson. Kansas. Drug Co. t m i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 itfH 1 1 Own Price ! NEyT 30 DAYS.I grade, in light colors 4c Ydf rubber picto$l .37 Prf overs coin your Clothing, Underwear, etc. Wo have an elegant lino of T 1 1 I H-H. IH-H, I Avail yourself of some of the G.I-. I zktte'h clubbingjpropositlons. a.