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J, W, MACIIIB. Diseases of Eye, JCur, Noso unJ Tli rout. Olitniifll(int!fli'lly A'l)ut(d, m!r hi Mu irilo lymplo, llulclilnnon, lUumi, Ll'AL.ANI PKUrtONAL, Fletcher Meredith is taking in the coronation at Washing-tun this week. Harry Watson hits gone with an Okla homa bund to Washington to help in stall William. The legislature this year made an ap propriation for'the building of a new cell block and a cold murage plant at the reformatory. This latter will be of great service to thirsty officers in the hot sum mer months, W. H. Redman and Milton Zimmer man are just opening a new general .store at Castleton. There seems to be an opening there for the right kind of people, and such the people of Castleton will no doubt find these boys to be. A stage hand, G, W. Padgett, attacked another employe just after the play was over at the Shaw Theatre Saturday night and a warrant was sworn out for his arrest. The police did not get him but they caught three other people while hunting for him, The bakers of this city to the number of six or eight held a meeting Saturday and decided that they will work no more nights. They have been baking each They took advantage of the state text I They should, and thus save money and book commission's recommendation of uid education. these languago charts to bulldo.'.c the' board into purchasing whether they wanted to or not. The first exposure of their methods was through a correspon dent of this paper in a district which had been hoodooed, This brought the thing quickly to a head and a letter from the county superintendent followed. I seems that the number of districts that were buncoed is very much larger than was supposed, John Klogkade is expecting to leave this week for Norman, Okla, He has brother there in the real estate business, and if he can make things hitch right may go into business with him and move his family down there later, John is one of tho old and well acquainted resi dents of this city and hit removal would be considered as a personal disappoint ment to a great many good people. Frank r'earl who was the Hutchinson candidate for grand receiver of the A. 0. I). W. at the grand lodge last week was defeated by M. B. Light of Win held. Hutchinson was also defeated as a candidate for the next meeting of the Hrand lodge by Fort Scott, The A. 0 U. W. people may know a good thing when they see it, but they don't know the best thing when it is placed before them. The carpenters have commenced their work of remodeling the interior of the Star Clothing store. In the new ar rangement there will be one large en trance in the middle with large windows jim a.iKam rilm lha lI 1 1 fill 4(1 (U III fm . . " I Ull IIUIUI SIWVi HIV PHtiT ! wv days supply of bread between midnight cn d ,0 the fi0uth side of the room . I . (.. I ti ...Ml I. I ana morning, out ncreaitcr win D.Uce a day ahead. They don't like the hours of labor. The Golden Kaglc clothing store have this week completed the work on the in terior of their store made necessary by the lire. The whole room has been repapcred, the windows changed and a raised platform placed in the back end, They expect to have their opening for the new goods next Saturday. A family on Third Street Fast is quar antined with small pox. The family lives near the colored church. The children of the family were in shool the same day the house was quarantined, but as the descase is not contagious till after later symptoms appear there is probably no danger of its spreading fui ther from this case. Abby villu's cattle king and grain buyer Mr. McShcrry, is expecting to organize a bank to do business at that place. It will be chartered as a State bank and will open for business about the first of April. At least that is the expectation ! I"-' came to the cash register and the departments chanced around. Mr. Nusbaum returned from Chicago last week and now the work begins to prepare for the spring trad. A couple ol men giving mu names of Arlington and Frost respectively were arrested near Cow Creek bridge Mon day who have the appearance of boot leggers. They had a large number of bottles of whiskey on their person, which they claimed to have gotten at Ellin wood. They went to the Strccter hotel with a jug it seems, bottled It and went out on the streets. So far as learned they had not sold any of it. It was some other antic of theirs that attracted the attention of the police. A burglar introduced himself to Wake field it Gallatin's drug store last Thurs day night through a window in the rear of the store which he pried up, Then he gained entrance to the main part of the building by prying open the door, He snooped around for some time pry ing open drawers but found nothing till Here he ' now. This will be about the lart of the small towns in Reno county to arrange for banking facilities. Kcv. Outrun) who is conducting the union revival services at the I'iebytcr ian church is an unusally strong man, lie is 'earnest though not excitable in bis manner. The singer, Mr. Ilillis has a line baratone voice and together they are drawing immense crowds. Ti c re ligious people of the city arc more ac tive than before for several years. Mr. F. J, Altswagcr of this city who is the publisher of ihe School and Fireside has been appointed a member of the board of regents of the State Normal School at Kniporia. Mr. Altswnger be ing interested in educational matters and at the same time a business man of capacity, and will make a creditable re gent. The appointment is a fitting one J, T. Whetstone of Plevna was a caller at this office last Saluiday. 'Mr. Whet stone is a heavy grain buyer and reports a large movement in grain during the last tew weeks, incident perhaps to a desire among-the farmers not to have it on hand to pay taxes upon, lie says there is still a very much larger quant ity of grain in the country than he had supposed until some recent investiga tions. Uncle Johnny l'ayne and Governor Stanley have been having a little dip lomatic correspondence relating to this reign of anarchy in the State and the en forcement of the prohibitory lnw. Thev disagreed as to means. I'nnle Johnny favored a proclamation and martial law if necessary, while the governor insisted that would make him recliculous in the eyes of the people. Hut as usual Uncle Johnny had the last word, The officers of this city and county have been looking out for a young girl from Dodge City who last Saturday don .tied her brothers clothes and left home with $1.50 in her pocket. The officials Dodge sent word to arrest anyone suspicioned, and to lookout especially among tramps. The tramps were all rounded up Sunday here but she was not found. Si I'lunkard has been around so many times in his travels over the continent that the play is almost as familiar as Uncle Tom, but nevertheless it loses none of its popularity, Lewis show that played at the Shaw Theatre last Saturday night drew a full house and the patrons were well pleased. There was every manifestation of approval that could be wished. J. A. Halantyne of Sylvia was in this city last Saturday. lie says that a large furor has been raised all over his part of the eminty by the operations of the chart agents who have in so many instances .practically defrauded the school boards. louud about J:t).uo unit lor some unac countable teason he only took in the neighbenhood of 5H5.ro of it Why he should t:dce pair and leave the rest is .1 mystery known only to his burglar ship, Oi ic Morse, whom Us Hackney tliir.lss h;is a cinch on a place on the new rail road commission, 111 one of the luckiest politicians in the State. He is one of the very few men who have made politics pay, The average politi cian spends his life chasing oiliec, ui.d squanders a great deal of money in the chase, and never lands anything belter than a clerkship in the legislature which pays three dollars a day (or a few weeks but Morse has a faculty for connecting with the good things in politics which pav cnouuh to justify the time spent in seeking political places, One's success is largely due to the fact that he is an all 'round good fellow' in addition to being a good politician, Wellington Voice. If troubled with rheumatism, giy,c Chamberlain's Pain-Halm atrial. It will not cost you a cent if it does no good. One application will relieve the pain. It also cures sprains and bruises in one third the time required by other treat ment. Cuts, burns, frostbites, quinsey, puins, in the side and chest, glandular and other swellings are quickly cured by applying it, Fvcry bottle warranted, Prices 25 and 50 cts. For sale by all druggists. We will open our millinery depart ment next week and we want three ap prentice girls to commence work Mon day, March 10th. Please apply at once. We have two of the best trimmers that money can secure. Irvan ' Crawford. No prlei In the contests until the final contests, April 6th. Miss May Hulce will enter the decla mation contest, Query: Why is It so many teachers failed to notily their pupils about the contests In time? A prlre will be given for the best explanation. C, R, Ray is visiting in the country this week. Hurry Mills is substitut ing for him in No. 33. C. R. Negley began a two-months term In Poplar last Monday. It Is said by good authority that a good many school officers do not visit their schools only in time of trouble. What does the law say? What does it say about a legal board meeting? Problem: Which is the better invest ment for a school district, a live, wide awake, up-to-date teacher at $55.00 per month for six months, or a stny-at-homr, non-progcsslve, behind the times, don't care, etit-the-waget teacher at f.30,00 per month, for a term of eight months? School boards are requested to consider this problem before the annual meeting. Greater care than ever before must be taken in the solution of this pioblem, What teacher is It that has been men tioned on account of her neat and tidy schoolroom? They say that she wears good clothing to school, keeps her shoes polished and collars clean. Her school room is decorated and even her pupils nre learning her ways. Guess who it is. Does she teaclwln your district? J, F. Hornbalccr closes his school In No. ufinext Friday. He was treated to 11 suiptisc dinner last week. Mr. Hornbakcr has labored hard for the people of Huntsviile and it seems they are appreciative. The patrons in school district No. 1.15, Margaret Drown teacher, prepared a surprise on their tcaclicr one day last week. Nearly all of the people living in the district were present at the feast. In addition to the places already named, there will be common school ex aminations at Arlington and Pretty Prairie on March yth and 16th. report was going the rounds last week that a certain gentleman teacher was in the habit of not polishing his shoes or changing his collar more than once a week. Supciintendcnt DnyholT put a stop to the rumor. He says that nearly all of his male teachers arc very careful about their personal appearance and that the report was false. We hope it is because a teacher is the daily model for the pupils, lie should keep Ins face clean shaven and be very' care ful about appearances in general, Don't wear old dirty clothing to school. You have no right to do this. Teachers, don't forget to call at the county superintendent s ollice lor your copy of the school I. iw, It i gratis, www W o o Y "Crpg fo; I fa hrrnnir a nrn H verhiul tiltiuHf to tx- ........ r...tt... . jiiirn mi' lUllJIIY oi mere uc'Hin. 'Jhetw PV5 I 1 1 'I IWr tmt.LJ iiiii'niii arc urc-ut immv iu-(i ... . .,.1. .. , nlc whn think il in m ufiPK 10 nunc tor livit lit iih in rrv fur 1 1 11101111. Thi'jr have trd il mutiy mcdli-lnni mm many uiinorit, nut all III vain, A irrvut many ImpclcM mm 11ml wninrti have been euifd by the uw of I)r, Pierer' lliihlen Mi-diciil IllHcnvrry j prnplc with olwlliiiiti' ciiiikIih, bli-cdiiiK Iuiikh, night. HwtiitH mill other itymptoinM of disciine whlvh If nrtrlecU'd or imklllfiilly trrnlrd I1111I a fatal icvnilmitiim In cniiHumptlnti, "Cnldi'ii Medical Discovery" has 11 won. dcrful limliiiK puwer, It Inm-intc the nutrition of the body, 11ml no gives MrritRtli to throw on" dlNennK, It clcmmm the blond from pniKonoiiit Impurities mid purlrhrs it with the red corpuscle of health. It In not 11 Htliuuhint, but 11 strength giving medi cine, It contain no alcohol, neither opium, cocaine, unr uny other narcotic. Soiih times the extra profit paid by Inferior medicine tempt the dealer to oircr it Hiilmlltute 11 "junl as Rood " a " 1)1. eovery." If you ure convinced that "1)1. cn very " will cure you accept nothing else. "I wn in xxir lirnllh when I cnninirncrf! lakliiH Dr. Pierce' medicine," willm Mr, Wiiiit l.uwlir, uf Viilifii, Jifl'ii-Min Co,. I milium "I hull Mimiiirli, kidney, html, and Imiu trniilili-. Wiih not nlile In tin 1111 v work, I liiul n Hevere inutli mill hciiiorrhiiKc'iif Hie lunus lull iiflrr iihiiiK your ineillciue n while I ciiimneiimi to f:nlu in utreuKth iind flei.h, nuil Hlopped couult. It rln lit nwnv. Tniik uliniit nix IkUI ol Hie ''.hIiIiii Mi, Ileal Dlxeovery' then, mill hint "print; I hud tlrlppc, iiml it neltlril on my Iiiiiuh, luiviujf me wilh n ncvere cutijtli, I mid tile loeliir, hut lie didn't neein hi help me any : no I com iiiciii'cii your men. ieine HIiIiii 'unit took three or lour Imllle of the ' llUcoverv ' unil two vial of Dr. I'W'e'n I'cl. I'l", anil that mrnlithl. 1111 d mr up. I (eel like II iliDi'i-ent perNiiu. 1 irliullv reeoiuiui'iid vour mi'illiliic to nil Miller crs. lor I know II cured UK ," lir r:,.,.,.v oi,.,,.. inn rein-in cure coil- v--rry -lipution bv ctil'llli' its IPii cauic. SW'.i'A -- ,1 Witn you See it in IK VAN'S AD Yon know it's SO. Irvan Crawford. Corner Second and Main. Good Goods at allPrirff- No Trash aA Any J'rice. 0 O I.liultthorif MCKNinh ('uncurl. I'or ihlii ocoiudou tho Mitmiiiil l'aelflr will sell th lieli lliilehlniiiu to l.hulKliorg mid return ut rata it ll. 'J I. Ticket on nil" March With to April .'III Inclusive, Willi Una! return limit April mil. .1. 1'. I.kimiiai'II, AKi'iit. l For tho latont doslgn in PAPETRIES, Tim correct shapes and tin to in Correspondence Papers, . Call ut . GaEpMFs Book Store, 20 N. Main St. Whero you will also find tho best stock of Books, Games, Novelties, School 1'coks Supplies Hvcr Bl'OlloIlt 1,0 Ilulchii.Kiin. The First Little Robbi n got out a little- too toon and lias had to take a onck eeut, foru few days, but spring UmH will coma again, and we are propmed to supply nil your needs In the way of dry booiIh. Wool Dress Goods. Our line of wool dress e,ooda Is the largest we have ever shown and we nre proud to say we are soiling more uoodn than we have ever sold, and why Is this? Itemise we bave the goods to enow you, and the prices are rl)jht. We hav ev ery weave the market affords and can show Cr ta itO ZfVn you dress goods from .X IU $Z,.;U ID Wash Goods. Our stock of Wash (Joods Is complete In all lines, from Prints at 4o, to the finest wool wash goods. White Goods, Our line of white goods starts at 5c per yard and runs to Too for a beautiful Tails lawn. Satlne Petticoats. We have the best line of Saline J'et- uriHtstnaiuaseverDeen sitown in tuoclly Zn ta Trlcts JL 10 Sl.OO. Silk Skirts. We are showing the most complete llnu t r Silk Skirts that we have ever shown, and &o a a ,, joa ut the price are right: they start at. JKUU UP TO WU.UU Shirt Waists, .hint received a large Invoice of Hhlrt Waists. Those are alt new goods. We did not carry over a slnglo one, and oan.Bhow you nothing but the latest, styles, from C(n i-n dM CA Also just received a lot of Mock 8I1U Waists. JUl I0IMOU They are beauties. Come and see iib. We want your business nnd will do all we can to get It; and we know you will be pleased with your treatment IRVAN & CRAWFORD. X Comer Hecomt anil llitln, llntoliliiNon. Until nil, Everything Good YKS, t-vcry thing at tho A A J) HUG STOKE is good, Wo buy it for good, wo sell It for good. If you don't find it good Just speak to us about il and you will oft your mom-y back. Tills makes buying drugs of us Ntife. Wo waul your trado.un this basis. A. & A. Drug Co. KM KoiUi Main Street. 8 Agents for Reno County. 8CHOOL NOTES. Remember the contests for March ifith and final April 6th. Remember the common school exam inations (or March oth nnd ifch. Remember the county association March 23d. Don't forget to make your reports to the clerk and county superintendent, t'nlcss these arc correct they will be re turned (or correction. t School officers should not take advan tage of their illegal ucts simply because they are execution prool, District No. 75 has the poorest school house in the county. I Mstrict No. JS7 comes next. A few others are not far behind, School districts No. , 25 nnd 5 1, of this county, have been disorganized . Concentration of capital, with graded schools is the hope of the country, l.ct us have more ol them. It is said that the people of school district No. 157 want to disorganize. THE tate Capita!, $30,000. Exchange Bank, 1 A f$ A. Emj n Surplus, $2,000. Our patn lie, irrcpojlivt! rf tlm sic of tlioir tie nci'i unl, will recolvi! careful mid coiirtcous iilteiilion. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. WILLIS N. HA K Kit, IWlcnt. I". W. COOTKIt, Cashier. gwsfMPsrMgMwjisa-iaiwMitrj;iM AS A SOURCE OF INCOME A well painted house is better than u poorly painted one. Snyder Sells the Best Paint, You ni-k why? lleciuiBe they Kive the best results at the low est cost; results are what you are after, and it's so with every sensible person. With every purchase you buy here you (jet a written (JUAItANTKE If the tmirits chin, crack, blister or peel within FIVE YHAK.S vou get YOUR MONKY HACK, this backed by a :2im,00l) capital; If vou don't lika the way this Is worded have your attorney draw up one and I will forward to the manufac turers and have It siRiied. For further Information and price, cull on Snyder Planing Mill, IS, 20, 22, 21, West .Sherman. Hutchinson, Kun, TnlophoiiM 107. American Steam Laundry. HUTT0N & OSWALD, PROP'S. l.IVENCOODS Iiuvo )iirclin,scd a lurgo stock oft (Ic.iiiral .Mi'i'clmiidiHi) at McPliursou, Kan, knuwn as the general Kitti'K ot ,j. A. fcteelsinilli. J huso gouild liuvot Iii'imi bought at a iricMit fiaciilluo for tho cash, mid will be I placed on wall! on tables in tho center of our More room T T i: Monday Morning, iarcti 11th.ii Rale will continue until till aro sold. This is the op. portiuiity of a life time to buy goods at ONK-IfALF their actual value . . . Linundrv. 125 and 127 West Sherman UivTown-OOloo. No. 5 North Main Street HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. All 5c and 6c Calicos go at . . 3c AIM 2ic Dress Ginghams go at . 7c All 25c Cottonade Pants Goods . 12ic Ladies' Men's and Children's Sboes al One-Half Hie Regular Prices . . . Ladies' Shoes as low as . . 50c Pr Men's Fine Shoes as low as . 90c Pr Children's Shoes as low as . 25c Pr Men's $5.00 full Suits - - S2.00 Men's and Boys' Hats, from 1 0c Up Men's and Boys' Caps, low as 1 c Each TIIKSH Koodi) must be sold at once, as we must have the room for our larpie stock of hprin Goods, which have already commenced to arrive. You can't Hi Voi it to miss this sale. G. W. & A. E. LIVENGOOD. t Hutchinson, Kun, WWHtttil No. 7. N. Main St. t .-H"f f We want more county correspondence I Avail yourself of some of the Ga. who will send it. j zettk's clubbinglpropositlous.