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February 13, 1908

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PAGE SKVRN th«i« taluHihi will fmrf y«Uf htfp, r«fti yaur houte, g«t yeii < pbililbf) or y«ui> (tfoptrty. ' ttkYtt Antt site , UdoW we BlVo 11 llHt.Ot lelleis llinl have uiivM'tlsenlotils In (1119 collfitiH Umi hnvo I none leltfttn Mam will plousu cnll unil •iitl tlio tmthO.i. . . ••IfiirnioK'r-ililBliti . ,M7 -^r»'.g. • <• • ' ' '• M-Ui—Qnu, ^ »ys HftWWXNTEe. ^ s, AN1'Iil>--B.<;ttM'ic-tii!Wl'-' wlillci Wortmii I'l.Dli, wiiliiiiii (-lillilipni *oK <'M, »i."<l 1 *1' \vc(.k. Adilfcsji 1). .Siilllii, I'liilililBn, Itnil. • ,. WANTKU—tSiiiPrtsiifWl wnlli>r or. wiill- tflift. Hl-lggn liolcl, I'tliU, lOui, Wliln rot' ' \V,VN'I'R1)-A ri'w itinru wiiriiiMi tur <Mt tindrilnnB lor (foot! #.)r)iiira, Ampilolii) rMCulil l.iUiiirtr>'. r'l WANTIOD—fllii lor Kcimi'ftl ''""n""'"!''' i.'nil i.'i-ll livo flMKK. nr.* U. till""?.,, -. 11. -1 It WA'NI'HU—YiiuiiR liiil.v to work In nnv/fi , «iiiml. Iiii|iilri> nt Hiuilii I 'o liolul. , Ir \VANTltII>—A wllllb porlcf nt lirlgita lio- ,t«l, t^rntt, KfliiKiiH. ll '-Jri U'ANTHU—Mnii iiiiil W'Ifii or lif'Jy mr ron- luiinint (Miolix. AiMiTK!! Cuoper 'K l (<w- inuriiiii. St. Joliii, Kan. 11-17 WANTKt)—(toml liliickumlUi, Amily, lu , A. .M. Hwliy.t'i'i YuUfr. Kiiiiwm. I'^il • t>OH HBNT. ion niiNT—Typowrlwrn fof. renl. by Uuy. wcoli or nioiitlu All inttCliln™ teut lt> wiilr. Full line or Hii|ipllo«. Will H. 'liliiniilisoni 2011 NoMli JIulii, ,, It K01{ HIJN'I'—l''urril«iwil romiw;'Slfi, iliol Koii liKN 'Fl 'l'Wo ilPHlnihlu rroiit rohiim in millc or sliiKlii, moiliM-ii i-ouvi'iileiir-hH, nl,Ii:l l''lri<t nvfiiuo oaflt. li I'i^lll ItKNT—FuriilshiMl rooma f*r lioiisii- vi»uppliiK; lol WCdt Kourih. ''^'-J- . i'on llloilT— Oil" Hultp inoilerii furnlBliuil •: liiuiiis, VloHO to Jliilil. AdilrfsM X-j\l, far** Nf>w«, l.'OK ttl'JN'C—Or will si'll Klii-ar'. f-rnjiiii , noiiHi' ami rivo loin; llmi ror nardfli. lo- (lulro noli KnHl Hlxtli slrw-l. 1^-15 A F«rm to nent. Kunivn as ih* Pnitt rann, two mlltw on»l u ml mill and oHi-liair lullufi iiorlli ot piu*- lilllMioiiso. S'OL' '1'. ij. Hall, No. 1 Soulh iliilii Klreoi. -4- - - pnri IlKNT-MlBlil-roolii lious". N". 110 l-^oHt Kirllt. natiT,- I'lik'trlc llKln, birrn. Cli-o. ,1. waiaiicr, 12« Kam Scvioiili. 12-15 • . Kntalo L'o. Ninvjilmai; COI. , - If • )'f)Il HUNT—Two inodorii ruralaliml rooow, wall board; lay J*'Jr»t we.il. U POU UVINT—FiirnlMlurd room, tnodpi-n; :un l-'lrsl I 'siBt. IlKKT—FIvf-rooiii (.•uUnifO. liniuirii HI 0U5 A eatit,. , . tt l^OU KISNT-Modern furiilshoil rooiiia; ^ Sliy Slloniiali iMiat. . IJ-lN rdn UliNT— l'"urnlHhi>d liousokPi 'illiiK V riionm; liti Firm oaHt. if • llglH, ham. llair Idoait east of iMWt- .illlcc. It NOTICB to iMl nSln'tc lilMI,my tif'p'-rlV nt, 7:M Poiirlli cast l.i ofT HIP mniki"t.. L'. it. rtw.l. It-I.'l Pon flAUi-A ;ijn *ai'ra rhrm tiuaftlav- oh, (.•hi'.io; MO iifioa wliwil goen. J. Jl. Slpwarl, '•••> FQU UI:N'T--'1"\VU tuiulBlic^roiU rooms. ; slrlolly .iuddtirn. X). l...Tln>in»o«,,ai8l6 Niil-tli Main. Foil UKNT—Tliri'O-rooiii houni!. J7 pur • «jo»th. Iiapiii-e Aailder's nfoaory. It Voil IlKNT—Woll fiirhlahed front room, :.• atrliMly nioilcrn, c-load In. C. CJ. Stuu'iirt, . lOS Wi 'Ht .siiiMninn or U. & B. pliomi -.'JO-U. If; ¥OK HUNT—8iiU« of four front rooiim, airlctly inodpru. clo.sc In. Apnly \U Wi'Hl Slwrinan or U. & 11. phone? iit,-V. if UOARI) AND llOOM—IC Sl.vth cnkt. . I • . 27-13 von RIJNT -rModHrii ftirnlflded room, nlngle, u( 33(1 .Hliornian eaat. . Good lioarillni; house ii6.Yt . door. Now plioae ll.K-H. . :• ' :V, .A •, ' . tt J'OIl IIKNT—Ifnlf Bcotlon Bdod piiRlure land, »U miles .north oi town. Apply (I, 11. Weloli. 1 i'OXl IIBNT—;0 ShomiMll woatj CIS C niBt. Will H. ThoinpHon, 20!) North JMttlii., • ••••• v MONSV TO LOAN. Mowery « Thopnhill. . . 'i Monay to loan on live atouli aiid'nouHOr linld goods; ann bo |>ald Uatlt In Bilinll payniiiiitH, •• Wont)) to Lof n on farm and cliy iiropcrly. Sea mo ho- joro boiTow'liiir., JOIIN M. KINKKf... . 1 MISCei .L«NIOUS NOTICES. j |illtHl2r inil.r., In HOVICR nilluM south of Iron bring;*. SloCuidy & Uowna, If IVlVJi TESTI5D, framOK lUtod, itver Wliis/dw Ij. Crimih, COWH WANTI5I)-a *.(Kl ahnrlliOrii bull In .'•(il'Vh^e ut midland Mtuble, both phonoii 1»3. •• . ;..;.. • . • tr • TO EXCHANQE. roil TnAUlSvlJ-Kniisa .WinirlitiBh'r ra- PUftllrtlt Hliotmin for' doulili)-haiTi.'l Hun. Cull ..At"«hiuldiirU'iJ billiard Jiiill, ovar Kjncilto lIouKii, . . , , II) m%vm S'Williams. ' t'or, QiiJoK siflo, new five riioni lioiise, two tatu, hoiif <Q has ntecU'tu lights ttitil naltii'ul gus, ttood locution. Will 'ttko soo'l. 'fld'ft or pt"aer live Bloo|i.ou drat ptiymont, Sik room tiowa, fgiiv Une lots, oa- jpeiit cfivt). Iiprii; iihiMlo und trull lieits, lietwe«ii.|!^t>l!iniiil Plum Btroetn. Tour lyooni": JwtiBO iH (iHo sliftwo, roM?t|t feikm, cheaji. . Four 'fl:i9 .|tjw, c'ovpTijfi, with• large fruit ti 'jBeii, Seyenitiottut.' •'rwo^'flne'unil ^lii^islteii H ^ftBti two lilofllca (roni i-ufUpea mill, |I !!6 oacli. • Three Knod'/ririns-Itj'Kouo '^o'.iutj'. AVIU lulfo ully iiroiierty ua imrc! puy- pji-'iit, . „ , BtaA 4^ f9 ):imca (»;or„qlliei;;l >nvgttlu5, Cbrispiii & Willi4ns. FOn HAt.R.~Nfnv I'oltoftnii 111 dlftcrcnl paria of tliu '••My, on monthly payiiifini.i, ,1. S. Hoki,. 11' liSn ai'rPR, SO In^MiUlviUWii, ptRht ttillcn rrmii tilly, ROIIIB to atll. rrlcc quoted on "'V7 ienS 'alrnlfn latid. Sli nlllcf. ^^^^ dltyj row dayH only, Jl.Odil. A. JI. .lowi;l). 'FOR SALE. i-V)lPHAlj *ii^l 'i >!tia"'gooiV farm „l«>ni. ahwip; ;ti .qiiiMinan ,i -am. M-i'' I'-ntl SAl.K-Oiia-ohatr harbcr ami for viilito of tlio nstiiivKI raat .im iJulldlnK fhiMip; ftood loi'allon; ponaaKitloii at oiioc. 10. O. .Mordand, llavon, KIIMHUB. 1.1 FOll .S.VI.K-Farin lOO nnnw. amall UOUBC and Bhpil tialn, ISf. ai.'ii 'S In (•nltlyiUlon, 111) acro.i In whwil, two-llfth itiici with llio farm; poaacHsl.on Blvaii .Marcli lal; -"U iiillan riiim railway sliitloii, 1) inlli 'S frmn Him ^hlmo". Addvfsn W. (,'. li -ppcrHun., owner. HiitohlnMon. if l.'l ^ri .HAI/B—Ijiniidiy ^ninolilnary; foiii- Plata oiilllti lia Fnurlh anat. IJ-ui POU BALE—One tpiiiii or rariii liorsaa, U and K years old, iine sulkay lister used on)' seafioii. Old photiB l«)l -;i red. IJ. A. ehrlHlophO)'. I'-i'' Kcm fHM.H-'Umlt ImtK's, viVis and sa«- snKn. 1. T. Shi'piiard. Hel phone turn red, roll)' rlnpH. ij-i;! rem KAI.IO—All,llio nxlnres or llio Bos- ,,lon .Millinery Co., eoiislsiliiB of [Ino slioKOiaeH. laliles. elinirs,' iles)< ami one Has stove and IIMitraa. All aoods not sold at'private sate will be sold at piddle salo Bntiirdny at la u'eloek over No. 10 North Mi^^ln. See Frank UoliorlS'or I.. H. Kent. iPOrt MAI.K—Alanuri' r(<r lawns, ten yoars Ohl, Jl.ifi per load delivered. II. (;row, Jl. .<! )l plione. Ii'lS rInBs. Il-lt I.'OU SAI.M—Ten (10) wild iluekB, deeo,v». ,1. II. Hr.vaa. .'^l .Tenth west. Iimli plioiien. • ID-M FDU BAl.lO-'Atiollo player piano in niln- Hhai' oiiU ease", IrnvKUln im' soma laie. Mny btrseen at ICast Shariniiti avenue. [•"OU .SAU3—Itoae Comb lllaik Sllnoroas; roosters and hens; also llarred I'ly- inouth Itelis; HIS Fourth east. ll-IB FOll SAl.K—I'ure Whl*^ Plymouth Hook foeUei'els and ORKS. •'^hiry A. I.tloss. route 1,, one nillft north or fair grounds. Old plmiw 910-J blaeli. - lO-M P 6» srTiK4 -Mvorytiiliis In' lieokoeperS' supplies; 'wholesale and retail. Itaadle Coal ami; Set'ds; • . ir FOrt KAT-iK'-i^urpee's Sweet I'oas. the - lawt that grow: Dc; XOc atid IGc per bunco. Hltndlii Coal ami Semis. . ' tf ' FOU SAtiK-^Paioliy diivlni; mare, liar- iiuas.aiiiJ-CvInl'nbus.bngs)'. .1. S. Holte. FPR SAI-E—tDpo ;»tnek .alfalfa, ten or twelve tons. Itilndle Conl & Seeds. If WANTED. •• WA.N'TKlJ—ll.UOO^Ui) ivortb KOOII seeoia),- liand riirnttutu..earpels and stoves. .O. (j. Hlianiion, furniture, 117 Bouih .Mala. BotlVphonos.. • ,- ut :' ^^•A.S•'I'K1)—To rent, tlvi' or slx-room eoi- taije in'.Bood repair, with coal house and ehleken pell, with twi more lulu. within, llv |i' bloeUs or school. Write Sei;<md west. Hiitehlnson, glvIiiB loeadon; and price. J : 1^-17 ' Morta.iae« Wanted. .• . Have roll I'or rirstiaori^sBes on farm hr oily pi'operly. l.tst^'lliem now. Wwoet .It t^utf. WANTICn—.\ few dny'boarilers at r .ai l,t oast., Now phono a-'T. ' 1I-I,'I \VA ^,"ri 'lD~To rant, 7 or 8-rooni house, ., modern; good responsible parties, KeO '.•itonl & -Co. • • tr . .WA S TI^II—By, man and wife,; pUu^e' on .farm l)y month or. will farm on. sharos, Rorerehce . Klven. Address Q-II). core • • li-l'Ow 'NVAJITBD—Several Rood rarins uiid'busl- ness oiipovlnnilles:'- lave ehsh buyers. Address K. K. qriish; Tarklo, ^Jlo. 6-l( A\*ANTIsn --HewliiB by ilie day; eomiie- ; lenl; ,312 Hlghth west. 10-13 - IStMidUhd •irN'iSliop Utts'1 )0611 llie letiaUig sKop fo- civcr flfteeu ypiirs. Wo citter tp tlio liest iiBPPle, CU'H H llelii hutli I'opms, Mia- J (»a<} UlooK,' WW North M»ltt8trsot. T. C, SMITH. M» WANTI3D—Van IQ get our prioos . on I'urnltiiro, enrpets, and stoves, will tnjdo for or buy i;id uoods, o. ,<3. Shannon, 117 Sonili .MiiTh. Hoth phones 110. If \\^NT151>— List your farins with ino; have ctistoinors. A. !M. Jewell. - if WANTIOO—A homo whore a young wo- ITinn oaii work for board while atlond- (nr the Salt city nustttcsa COIK-KO. Call 81 the oollege or phone. )f LOST. tiOST —Seoteli t:olllo, yollow.lirown, wplio eolhir: Und breast,, while strip in, fnt^o. one waleh eve. ltewnrd.il returned to I.. ,M. Beebo; 1211 North Wonroo. ,11-1.1 Alfalfa band $15 Per Acre Would laud that will raise tlio sdino UJMOUIIt JJl'l' JUTP U.'l .VOIIl' »7f ).(IO JllDl) liilevwHt yoii7 W P liave it. will yulB(* 25 to 10 husliulH wli (Ji!,t par iiero, 10 husli- clu com, TO buisliols outs, nll'allit ') to .'J cuttings per yonr, Hiio wiitor, no grown hug, llimKl (dliiiHlo on cttnli. Train Icuvuu llt'st and ilili'il VVttdnuHiluy ^ of eiicli iiiwitli. See IIH for • Ciirtlior'In' fornmtloii, ' : W. T. Stout & Co. Now Dhonc 2SI-A2. Uoll 712 black. Ovt'v. Ill North Main. Vhe Royal Bairber Shop. I Tlio uipiii coiniiloto fpui'-cliuir D J IO]) ill Httlcljlnsoiv.' Nuno but \ho boat ot wolkniou oinployiid. IiJvtjryHitinj au^il- ttn'y, olew nndup to'dtito, with baths. Tfou will got tlio host or iittoiilloii lit. Ibq' Iloyi^t. Your iiatroiiugu KuUultuil. No. 104 North Mailt. VNO. A. M'KgNZie, Prop. wlii.'..'r.-i.>.. .arSn-.i-M-^i • ,7r.-,4i.^ "yh*/Col|«ue Boy.' A visit to this clovtsr .ootiKfdy on Sivt- iirtUiy, February 15, (tt tho Homo U.iini- tro, ni!).t)ijo0f'Und alght, will bo u atiiu oui'u Co,? biutia. It will niano you young ugaiii umi Uiultloutitlly givo you •U wio'at plonaaiit BveiiluK. - fba New* do«!ii 4ub vfutinc. Cottsuniiiiij Couaumpilud even in its most insidi- otjiffdi-m is not always Incurable. ^I'lic first ltdellieehl step in the lre.i*iii_cn( of llic di .i- cjl.te .;\iB to stop tlie violenC jtaroxysms of cou ^Innfr wliieli tear the lungs and cnff (;lile tlie Kystcm. Piso'.n Cure has pcrnianelilly citrc'tl many eonsinnlt- livc couKliii, as shown by court testimony because Its antiseptic, healiiij< and BOOtliitiK qti.ilitiea art directly on the lungs and hroli- chi'al pitssagc,', ftop- piii (r the roughing and gently healing the lav- .cratetl lissncs. I'lvcn the most advanced consumptive coughs have tcspoiulcd qiiick- iy to I'lso'.s Cure, wliicli being iibsolutcly free from opiatos or . Ihibit-fomiing drugs is the ideal remedy (or every lorm o( coughs, colds, bronchitis "in ybiilig and old. For nearly half a century Piso's Cure has been ilem'onslwling that the most advanced form of chest, affection J Con be Cured CURE .1 -.J^' -HuTCMfNaoN. KANS; Maltlahd Itlnip ........... .i.. .$8.25 Mttlliiihd Nut 7.23 Cannon City Nut .7.50 MISBOurl Lump • T.BO weir City or (Jberoltijo Nut..... 4.60 Joniiv JJnd iA\m\> (cur run).... 7.00 McAlloRter Nnt .^ O.bO Otilta No. 4 or Nut... 9.50 dultii l"oa ,..; 8.70 Abovn priooa delivered any phtc« In the city. I'ard jirlcoa 50c per ton less. Both phones SO. CAR.EY COAL CO. TWENTY YEARS FOR BLACKMAIL. German-American Receives Heavy Sentence In London. I.iDido.i, Feb. \2. Call l^udwlK Voil Vfdtludni; n tloi;inaii-hdrn mtturally.od .•\i)iorlon:t.' \vho posiid aa a barn!i and was kftow'n' alsu as (''nink- Wtirl/' and earn. Stielderlch MaurJln, Avn.<i scnl- eiicpil to.Iily TO twt-lily years pCnnI te-- vfuide.-havliiK: boen coiivicled or nii uticiiipl'to hlackiiiall t3o,iy LI. .loel, 11. wealthy l.onOnii and Biiiiih Alrlcaii inhift dwiun'oulor $S0.00u! Voltlieliii 'catiinilttoil, blguniy \yltli not'less than seven wonioii.' The ilst^ [nclue^ a ;woinan mitrio In 11)0-1 • ul 'i^nulitoii, S. 0., an another young American \\;o;naii In 1905. Tlti- prisoner is alleged' to have olilaluod jarse , siinv^ of 'mioney .frpiii mo,sl,-of the Avonicn : In.- fU'cclved. Advertised Letters, The folliiwIUK Hal of k'llers rcynairt .p. the post olTlco. at. IIutchmaoa, A'aii..''Fpbniai'.v ! I, liWS, iinclnfnied. l.adUis—Appllii, .Mm, Hurry, Uow- man, .Mrs. Wpi.; Mowllilg, .Mrs. Ollle; Bou .i, .MlsR Cirace; BtiUinnu, Mrs. Uos- «le;: Itotos, Miss (.S"acoi Crupper, Jlrs. Tlllha; (.Jhapmau, .Mrs. ciathrlne; Davl.'*, Airs. Ivn'.i; Daiiford, JIi.ss Nellie; FosKM', .Mrs. .Stella.; (Jarlft, iMrs. Anna; Clluior, Alls. U. P.; Gj-avos, i.. IS, Ben ha; J-lowe, M 3 SK Doiotny (iV; flo 'Tl .soii, Mra; Uharlolte; Ilai -:ls, Miss Anna; j-larrla, .Mrs.; Johnson. iMrsi.,S. 'E.; .loh.'ison, .Mrs. M. .E.; Lynn, Miss Cieorgta; Llttlii, Mrs. Kilty;, l.ee, Mrs. N, C; Laii(>, Mrs. HPS- ale; McCoskuy, Miss Delsle; .Morgan, Mv.tvA. M.; .Morris, Miss Annie; Mei- :?ll, MiSB I.IIKei A(arlow, .Mi:is, Get- (niile, (10); ,Mann, .Mrs. Olile; .Moore, Mrs* ,\rartha a.;, Majoi's,, , Allsa Ella (2); Nelson, Mls.s Hiilh; .N'aiTOii, Mi's. Na :icyi Phillips,' Miss Uernlcei itho.les, Mrs. Zadlo; aiiurinaii, Mrs. SIbbll; Shepnril, Mrs. Lulti. .M.; Snyder, iMra. Sylvester; Stude, Mary; T.telte';', Miss (iao '1',; Troiie)-, .Mrs. Mahle; Thomson, Mrs, l.iiln; Whlted, E'llu; Wills, Airs.''A, ,f,! Wall, Mrs. U. A.; WiiUei'-, Alra. E. F.iSliuyler, Mrs. Harry. Uaiitlonieii—Aloxnmiei'. . 1!;.; Jloll, Koaa; lirltton, J, VV.! llecKMam. H.; lJurger,, John; 'Dulls, Fred; Urlghi, Jaintm;, Chapiioi), Chuiieo; C O IIU M ', W. J.; Collinc, Joh;i; Cox.'l.uUier; Cun- iiliigbum, 1). O,; Cass, .Mujo '7 Arthur; Donnei', V. J I.; Olxoa, Italph; Delano. «. f<'.;-Uayla, WMKaiii: llowulag, I.,; Ethvai'da, Alfred; Fiedler, Goo. W.; Ilanlaa, Mat.; llowey, -^rtlMlr; JIa'.ies, .Joliii; Kedrick, .loliii; Hodges, .(o«; Houdley, Thoa. J.; llobneU, Arlliur; ll'uruer, C. W.; Ivey, liJugene;, .lone.'*, J. F,; Jainos, H. I'l; K OO I K , I''frtiik t'.; Kulft'Ml^y, rioo.'E;; Katz, Big,; Kiiapp, Arthur: i.ulterniun. A-; Jjiiinberl, Jue; J.lbhj", \i. M.; Aloiioyliiiiu, Mr.;/ Al'.ir- ray, T, 1..; Pierce,'Tlionias; I'ayne, Carl; Itlce, Clurouce; Uodd, aanhiel; llain*'y, W. S.; Uanibo, Jack'; Itow. i?ov. U. P.; .SiiIllvHn, .foluii Staliibery, Sol; Bhrelo, (!.' 1..; Sburi:, Dleklinl; Sears, E. 11,; Tlitniias, Wllllaii)', Wills, Martin; WIegul, Joseph; Winleis, lilarl; Wllbprn, Oscar; Wright, Jaliios C; Wella, Albert; young, Zeph. i Wieu cnilliig for any of (he above I ttera ploaao say ''Atlvortlsod." HENUY M, STUWAHT, P. M. Th'f woipenare Itclilps for lln> new, spring goods to arrive at (hiititores! the vviiiueu wHiit to paw thouv over, and 't!we wlinl (liey'are llko.-rAtnlil- •wn, niobe. ' ,; u IndiiBlry. Is u buftur tileiuV llinn taloul,—Alehlsoa UloUe, ;': , HAVE NEW INDUSTRY WesUrif Kditias People Add An other One Fishing for Pearls is OelUnjj to be (lfea(*Spof(<iu( • There. MiaHT BGCOVIfi PKoriTAULE Some Fresh Waler Pearls Are Worlfi iUuod Sums. Mussels Are Very Cflininon in Creeks and Rivers in ; Western Kansas. Neaa City, Fob. II!.— A liew Induslry Is open to Weatern Kaii 'iiiR, antl one thai might becoiiic prtilKalile. It Is no more anil no leas lliau pearl llshlng. It Is.well kne *n titnl the eoniinoti inlfssel that inlinhlt the creeks and rivers of the country, aa well »H the innsael of tho ocean, I.t tlie .soiDT .e rroii) whence coine.'j all the biMi .utiritl pearls that, adorn the ralr ladins uf tlii)^ worhl. Of eoiit 'se, the larger and more yaltiahle gems of thia kind are found In the ocean blvajvo, yet fresh water miis- liela have • yielded (pilte Valuable po.iMs, some brliiKing from $1,500 to ninioat twice that sum. Judge Sam (!. Sheaftev Ims been trying anijin tituo to ItirtiicH Rome Idle to liivestlgnte the nln.(lflr here, and see whether the waters of Walnut, Pawnee, Buckner, ami other Btreama, wouhl nbt tiirii uiit pearl bearing tiidaselH. A few da.v;< ago a genllenihli from paw 'liee etniuty brongbt the Judge a lot ot fresh water jiearls, rnnjilng |ii size Vrom n iniiBtnrd Keed up to iieiirly a liiiarter of an Inch in dliLmeter, and some ot them wore I 'pgulurly formed and of a brilliancy that would Indicate tho liosaesalon of real value. Among tho pearls were tuinie of a peculiar redillah bro\vn color, which lacked Uiobrlllbincy of the white ones. , A,llogeth(.(r there were, roughly eatlmated, nearly a bhndr 'od of the little aplieres, the greater portion of which possessed Kitle a\ipnrent value. .,^^)ndgB Shealter aeut the pea.rls to, n,denier In Chicago, who will jiass upon tbelr value, and until a retni 'ii la had fi'om thlK .qoiialguinent it Ia\ not certain whether It will be pulley to In- Btttoto it, systematic iineai for iheso gems or not. ,, tfhfible to teen\ m\K\t, of the nffnir. tie^ferncuibcrs tlint'rit^P of the pnrtles sli'^JIieil on, his etitst tifter- he ty^s do^vni "Tlie^ rtther'ohe trtok a jittsC from Ilia pOeket and I hen both made their escape by tviiy of an alley back of th? postefflcp. W^en Brooks recovert^d himself he gave the lilnrm rtlid the officers itr- rr ,5 |pd I wo suspeuts IKU they were uttftblfl to find iin.f evidenpe that would warrant their arrest. The fnbbera were evidently lic- ipialnlPd with Brooks and knew wlietv he kept hisf money. No pockets were searehed e.\coi;t the one In which he Kept bis plirav. The purse wna tllkeii from this as well as his knife and a hunch of keys. IJreoks foiiliii llwi K'lllfe when he. recovet'ed frotii Ihe blow and ihe keys were laier /found by Ihe alierllT. "The purse conlained $20,50. All of this e.teepi (he i.ity eentsi was In bills, One of the two ten dollar bills had a hull' III it about lhe *SlKe of a dime. The other ten doHnr bill ami Ihe live aiid (he one "had no dlsKngulshfng marks about them. \ Child's Life Saved by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mr. John Englehurdi, of (iern, Mloli., lella uf (he unxioiia momeuls siient ov- 'r her little 2 -.vear -old ilatighler wire had lake:i a hard eofil resulling In croup. She snya; "I nlU SHllslled llmt If 11 had not been for Chnniberlnln'a CoMRh Hebitiily alio would have choked to doulb. .1 gaVe this nieillclne every fell liiintites and she soon (legnit (<i IHfO'w tip the-phlegm. 1 enn recom- ihend.li'ln thelilg''.ies( terms as I have auoibiT Ciilld Ihiit was cured In the slihiif way." Sold by A. & A. Urug Co, . \ --tl-"' • MAY tSET BRICK FACTORY. fror,,Rh<!H!natle„Sutfererf!.„ .; Tils 'qilleli-fi'IjeC. from piiiii adonleti by applying Cli'aniberlaln's Pain Balm mitkes it a I'u'vorl'ti? With surterers from rbonmalLsin, acialidi, lahio back, lulii- bago, ,(in,d deeii sea'ted aiid iniistr.ilar pains. Fpr sale by A. & A. Drug (Jo. ' ' <''^^' THE FACULTY WILL RESIGN. Trouble Amono Teachers at the Sallna Military School. ,SuIiua, Feb. liWJt Is highly prolh able Ihtti ne.ii year St. Ji-'.nis AJbitary school will haul a;i entirely new eorpa ot' teachers and niaiiiigers. 'Iho board, ot directors uu^y has 'ihri rtSslgnallon' oi every teacher of me iastittiiion, which will take effect at the close ui! the school year. ' ,Why tbe.'ie roslgiialloiis '.lavo been handtjd in Is not kifoWn, The direciora deny that, tneri! baa beeu'aay t-uvihle but Ibelr rejilJes 10' direci ((iiesiions are evhaive. One ot the directors was seen by a reporter. ^ "There is nothing unusual •there," he said. '"11 WB 'hire leucliera for a year theli' terni',,la,up at i'.to close of tho yeni', Is it iibt?" "Ilttye the leitchevs all resi^e.l?'' asked the reporter; "I; i«'ii-,ie that (bey have handed in their reslgttatisiis to talte etVect at the end of ihe aobool year. But what dllforence does, ijittl make'/ They were oiily'.ilred ;Uulir •then" ..'"Why are they •biinithig lu theiv re- alijiiatlons aow'r'.i . , , , •••Well, nerhap.itbo'y;-. realize (liut they «ro ilot wanted alter Una year, it is probable ihi^ ,'o,will be n new deal on before nev; year." ^ That la all that can be golto:i from the directors ami the slate that there Mas bteii no ifpittilo altlumgh they adiiilt the proceeillng lUiusiial. : , , Chamberlain's Couoh fieincdy a Fav- orlU. "Wo prefer CbamberUiln's Congli Ucinody to nay oiber tor our elill' droll," Bays .Mr. 1^;...;. Woodbury ot TwUiins, Mli .'li. "It has also done f.io work for us la hard ooUls and croiiii, ami wo lake jileua/ire In retMiumeud- liig It." li'or sale A. A, Drug Co. tl-w BOLD BAP HOLDUP. ReleW«vi o< His Purse on Main Street In Garden ,City, (birden Clly, l^eb;. U.—I* E. Brooka a carpenter who,.boards al, the Cwv^ land lintel, wa .a;'$]iiggRd and robbed on Mailt Bireet Jnsitnorth of dm poat- uitlog fust uveitUig.. The affair (tc- cured jURt alter dark but 30 well waa lUy atlaek planned that the vleilm Is able to give but. little dial would aid 111 the dlsoovtivy. of the irubbers, , After eating li (a .uniiiinr Hroolta lofr Uiu bolcl and W(i1k.vd up town. l|e aloiijied ill front Of tho Mercbanl's eofo for, (I few i»liuit (,'3, Ibon started bil'Hc toward the hotel, walking tilow- ly. Aa ho ntarort; the poatoftlcp, ho heard a noise iiiet bebluilbiiu which ciuieed h|ui lo loot; uroiind nud sin' lie (lidao bo waa siruek on the liuud wilh «ui};,ut)iiUig In tho iiaiurti of a Biutd- bag. 'T(io blow dnzed htni and li» waa BECGS BLOOaPUBiFIEI! Go6t( clay Found in Morton County That Makes Good Bricks. Morlo :i, Feb. III.—Afrhlle back our cement brick man, Mr. Clark, sent to Chicago some of lite yellow clay underlying thia county lo have K tested fur I'iiek p.i;'|io.seH. Tuesday nmraltig be Veoeivod his nii.swer in ilio way ol a ItHlor ami two niliilatllre brick.f,' made from Hie clay. One brick waa j made by the luud prr.cess, the other j by tliii dry; Jiotb'.lud'been kiln bur:it. 'they lire ef u line iiiiallly utiil high liirhde dad Ih looks miieli yreaemble dr))S.>;K(l'saii(l .sioue. Inilie leifer they alate-l thai If we had the clay. In large (luanll'tlejs that' Upiiid wa'rant Ihe plaoing ot a nii'llj neiii' l,lie hank, wu had a honiiiiza. | 'I'.ie .aampleit are suimrior lo any j brielt we have ever Been. The aur- f.ice hi smooth and relahia a abitr|i eilge remarkably well, I 1» making lliia discovery Mr. Clark,' who has heen exper(iueh(ing vvltli an-. (Ivo clay for some time, has found KOihflhlng that proinlacs tp be the i ^reule.sl iio.'ialble (blng for .'to '.-lb.-i. The, clay, w'.llc.h Is the common yellow lying immediately under Iho liliiek | soli at a depih from three to I'b-.lr feet Vs here in (luan^titli's, to keep a mill running night ivud day for hundi'Cds of years. la fael Ih'ere la qnoiigh ela.v- here It>'l)uil-J a large (ler ecu (.of (he buildings of, Ihe world, whelber tli,i-;y are the small brick 'houses is-; Ihe sky scraper. The - mailer; la being invcsilga^ted bnd W(! doubl not but tlie time Is near whe'n'ii'cblii'iiiiny'Svlll be orgauized, , .\"ow if coal or gas aliould he discovered we would have the meaiia of burnlHg tbem nt ani^alm'.imco,si. Neglected Colds Threaten Life. (From t'ao Chicago Trll)uni>.) . '"Don't trlded wKh a cold,' la good advice for prudent men, and woineu, 11 may be vital lit the'case of a. chllil. Proper tcpd, good veiitllallo!!, and dry, warm clothing are the proper safe- ginr.-.la against ' co. .a. If, they' are mnlntttlived tbro'agli the changeable weather of autumn, wluler ami aprliig, the chances of a attrprlsu from ordinary colds will be slighL But the ordinary llg'hl cold will beeouie severe it ireglecied,, anil a well eslubltsiied ripe cold is-to the g'erins ot diphtheria ivhat boiiey Is In the bee. The grerfl- est menace to cfflld life at Ibis sens.'jn ot the year Is the neglected cold." Whether It is a child or adult, 'the ooi.l slig'iit or severe, tht) very best treatment that can be adopted is to give Ciiainberlam's Cough Humery. It Is sate and aiire. Tltu greirt. iiupulurlty and Imincnau aalc„or this preLmrt^(.lon bus been nitalnod by Us rouiurkable cures of this aliinent, A cold never resulls In piiounioahi wl;en It la giyen. For aalu by A. & A, llriig Co. d -w Women Srei'y wotnftn t'-^ti^-% dlmptfly, pfstlf* .'au«|,'i ;,ti rt1afiv-6f l ^hcW tiepeslv ,h(i loi^'ot tlieir pirli.'ifi fr„-nn after marriatrc. T!ic bcirmi^ of cliililrcn i.s often (lestriifrtivn to fhcJjinotiier's sliapeiint 'iss, ^ AU of this can be avoitlfct), ho^tvever. the i )6b of Mother's 'Friertd before b.-xby come?, as this great liniment fthvays prcjinres the body for the strain upon it, and presetvcs lUettymmctryof her form. Alothet'.i Priend ovcrcomef all Ilia la .itiger of cliilil -birthi.aiid carries the eitpectant inotlier safely throujfh this critical period witliout pniti. It is woman's grEntcst blessin({, Thoti.iaiids gratefully tell of "the benefit arid relief derived from tl-« tisc of this wonderful temedy. Sold hy all ' druggists nt $ I.txi) pot bottle. Owt little book, telling all about this liniment, will be sent free. tki Bra/lflsid Regulsur C'*, mm, BJ. Frimnd Ibe State Exchange Bank OF HUTCHINSON, KANSAS , orrSRs TO DEPOSITORS EVERY FACILITY WHICH THEIR BALANCES, BUSINESS AND RESP 6 NSIB1LITY WARRANT O. H. WuLCH, Ptesldetit. K. CWrUR, Citaliler. Is ' Valley Hems^ A nice shower ot nilit fell In this locality Saturday uight. A|.r. and .Mrs. J, Ilogner were Ibe gticsia 01; 'Mv. iind .Mi 'B. S'. I'rli )dlo Sunday. , , . , Ceorgo Carniicliol itnd W. .(, CollliiH butchered ten: head of lioga Montliiy. .Mr. and M(ra„ '!\ Drelbelbis spent Saliiribiy and Sunday will) tbelr aoj), Uiiitbelhis (lUd (amJl.v,» at I'ttri- ridse. • , .i'. • lluymojul l.ymiw vtvmo in li'rliliiy ovenlug Irom NIckcrsop, where he la attemling a (;boo(. and stayed over Sunday Willi the home folks, Tiie Mi6»f» l.i',i'iiie .Miirdta dm} Sallle \''an: Blelslu were Burrton vlaitors Monday. ;• MJllei- &:GoJ!l«q, El)(-J!ftd corn for Robert ItawUnga l''rlday. / .Miaa Orace t.yman, who tmdorweut an operation for appendlcltla at (be Bit wart hoapltal sonie lour weeks ago returned (o liev lioiue Thursday evening imich Imiiroved. Afeaars.' Hill, unit S^ni Van SIcl.ie recelveil a telegram Sunday tiiorning that iteir la.itor, who live* in .Neiv Coiumera, Ohjo, was jiol expeided lo live. They lioth left pi> the poon train for Ohio. • , . Mr. ami Mrs. Slvernnm Miller ami ;on spent Sunday nud .Monday wini reiatlvea in ilnteJiliisop.' .\11»H Kt(» Urlcbt'lbla, who ha.i been KiKiiidliig w tew Wtteka bi ffuteliliiauw, returned homo I'Vlday evcnlag. Mr. mid Mra. A; Ulinock, who have been rialliiJK »t hto ))omie of-Mr. and Mirs. U, H, J ..yiinni, Hie )))t8t week, returned to their home In Joplln, Mu., Monday. .Mr. (llnioek waa a lealileul or thla.vU 'lPlty some twenty y .'ar.s ajjo iui/,1 he aays vbera Isv cci tulnly a great many Iniproveiuenta during thesio years. .MV. and SIra.VV. J. Colllna and aim Ij'nrrel spent Smiilay with Mr. wul .Mrs, iloaklnao)! at UMrrt /;H. .Mr. V,. I'rldule escoiieil a carlQUil of fat cattle lo Kansas city Tuwadny, •MY. auti Mrs. Culllna, Mu. and .Mra,' Clyde Mulluck, Mr. tuul Mrs, DImock, First National Bank HUTCHINSOf*, KANSAS Capital and Surplus $250,000.00 FOUNDED 1877-1908 A GENERAL BANKING AND COLLECTION BUSWESS TRANSACTED E. L. MEYEK, Pres. A. W. EAGAN, Cashier Ihe Commercial National Eank^ y^J^'i trnmkict n comiiicreial ImsiiiWM c.triclly, \Vt riKJdly Uee]) wtthlti the rei|iilremeiils of law. We offer .-it'cept.'iMi," .stiTvic; lo' all, .•laordiiifr .imj/lc nccoimiiodatioiifi to rcspDiisililc pt;ople. A. E. ASflEfl, PrealCsdt. K. N. SAPI>, CnalUor. il MV. Lyiiiunniid M'lv* .Nellie Carmlchel were visltoi -H at iliO, eonnty seat I 'ri- day. Mr. and .Mris. Ceorge (,;,armicliel mi,l two children vlslt-^d wild i-el.'itives at Inninii the laller piirt of llie week. J. .M., .M,111ev dollvereil hogs loHiiv- en Tuesday. (larry Drlobelhla is working tor W. Villi Sickle. / .Mr. JohuStrAvarl nud fiyully, who o.vpoel to li.-ave Cor rlietr; new home in Olilnhcma, -Were given a very; pleasant- riVirprlae by their frbriida and nelghbora 'i'liesday evening. The hopse ivaa filled, and the evening was spent, bt varioiKi games and a'aoelal liiiv? ,1a , BfPeral. •Uetresbnienta were served and the giteats do^iiurted, feeling Unit thy hud enjoyed a pleaauiit' evening. -Mrs. W; Collliia and sinia l''arrel and Percy Collins w'oroimBseilgers lo Hulclilnson Hatiirday. , , Sufferinyi and Dollars Saved. B. S. l.oper, or Marllla, N.Y., Bays; "I am li earpvuiler and Ijave had many severe eata hiialed liy Hucklin'a Arnica Salve. U bus saved me Buffering uiid dolhira, 11 la by far the beift liealliiK salve I have -ever fouml." Jlenis burna, sorea, ulcers, fever sores, ciczenia and lilies. 3Bij at djio, A. & A,, drug store. d-H' Nlckerson. MIK8 {.iilebrlsi of ltaymond,,l,s ihe giiest (it, .Mrs. (Ir. Br (,'B «Ier,tiila ivrnik. Allss Pearl Jones of Kurrton,lH,Vlsl(' lag her sister. Airs, C.. E. Mall,, this week, • M": niul Mrs, P. I). 'I'horp are vlsh- Ing rblufIve's I3 Kanaaft'Ciiyi \ Alrs.-E., a. Kirby vliilted fi-lehds In Sterllnis Smulay, ' Mrs. Ola Kojv'of (Mumey vlaltedher parenl..a,;Mi,'- and Alr.i. E, II. Klo-i^S I'd" piPit week. , ' , Tlio Comniin'oinl club, gave a ban- tpiel at City ball Wednesday ovciil:ig. A fine (liiiii M'HB aiUuyeil. .Mlsa Virgel Uressler ii"(iir)ieit from H, two Sveeks vlsU wlib I'rleuil.K at l.onft'don.: ,/ Mrs, J.W, Cole was a lIuteblnHOii Khopiier Monday. Hinicv H;tiia' il iinvl liny Unci" re: turned (o (-nwre;ice 'IMetduy evening iiftera'ahori vlaU, wlili parepta and triisndK.: • ,• , • : •,• •" "•• 11. r.tn-ilH I).') m'.'ro 10 manill'ufiiirl|i^ "(^niXMi of Kansas" (hiiir than any mill,,in Kansa.t .iiierids in making flin-j!;' brand of (lour. ' -''-'^ II sifMs at the auine priee as lilt) ••( cheaper ^radirs.- TlK'i III.'.'I'CIMNSON Mll.l. (,'0. ;-•, Mrs. A. K. Vamt'iian reiiirueit Huiii'- day .from a week^s visit wilh her danghler, jJiMs Ce/ii \'«»8',iii;iii, oi U'.iU-lililson. Mrs. Dr. nressler nu I oliildren via- lied hei^ parenis nt Aldo.i .Saim^iluy a:id''lSmti,la:'.. 'I'iV- •U^achers of the public sclioola lii'o' pla5il ;jg some ibu .j e.\erelseH fOf Wiislilngir^ti's blriliday. .Mia.s (iladyit P 'arb 'y and Eva Jolivi^ jioil were the gliosis of Miss Haiti" nni.sfit .S 'liiKta.v. .Mrs. KIpDio anl Mff.. (.ellereaiix were IliilehliiKon shojipera iiiie day tbe iJnat week. >: , The •Jumping 0(f Place. "(,;onsu)npll«ii liad pie In il.s graap; oihl I limt almoBl reached the iump- Uijr ott place mheu 1 was advised to try !)•;•. I-Hiig's Ne-ft Ulaeovnry; anil I Want to sav ilh'bi. iioiv, Jt liti veil my life, (in- proveme;ii boi'^an, with the llrit liolilo, and, after mjiliig one, dozen hollies I was a: Wed and liaiipy • man usaln,' Saya CIet,rge .Moore, of Cirlineataud, N. ('•. Aji a lemt^dy for cou-»;h« ami coldit an^l he;i ;r-r of v.enk, sore hrigs and for preyeiiiiiig piieunpmla -Mev, ijlscovery l^i snpreme,, OOi; ;inU tl.OU at the ,\, «• !'A.' drii^ litoro. d-w : 1? Y/^T TTOT\ri? Wtiai-e exclua'Vft -apents for J!<A .i4l.4UDiV JB4 ButtoiUess Suspenders. Our prices on Clothing, S/iaes and Gent's Furnishin^siare right. No, '11 Sontb ^J«1:), Old P. (>, HiuldUifi liiada N«w.