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yZAS OFFICE IS
WE IIAVE fUST
AND U P TO DATE
: Uia Cither
Old Phon Ko. 18. 135 South
(Dh, J.NV, MAOUIKE.
'DiHotiHet of Eyo, liar, auJ
aiuHHoa ScluDtlUi'Blly Adjimtvd. OlUoe In M
sotilo Temple, llutahlnson, Ksiitnt.
llrlnR your Job work lo this ofllce.
.lohn Cramer, of Iluntsvlllo, ; vyus a
.fuller at this ollk'c, Tuesday.
.1. M. Forker of Jluveti, Is one of
the men who nro foollsli cntiuijlj to
get out diluting Uio sheriff's nffli-c. .
Tho edltoTof Hie Sylvia Sun Is evi
dently suspicious of candidates. In
. soliciting their curds of announcement
- mi.. In ...lvilllf.n
I iiejr urn hskuu i yu.r m.'i.
1 Martin lias lust returned from
. an extended trip to the eastern mar
kets where ho bought extensively for
Ills big storo -here and a branch at
11. Fierce is in Ness county trying h
iM'Iminal case, lie Is defending a
man who Is charged with feeding
irrouud irlass to another man's cat-
He. Quite a large numbenif the cut
l lc had died.
A soldier boy named Waller II.
Sims, who formerly lived In this city,
lias arrived here again to make bis
home, after four years service In the
rhillppiiies. e ' lirst enlisted as a
volunteer regiment, afterward enlist
ing In tho regular army.
T. (r. Klbury has again announced
himself as a candidate fur county
Htirveyor, subject to the republican
county nominating coiiTentlon. Mr.
Klbury has already served three or
four terms, hut that docs not keep
him from wanting It again.
I'rofcssorK. It. Smith, of the Nick
..rson Normal'' college, has been se
lected as me' of three judges on
II very, hy Ui6'jKun4 '( ii'
(otAssi'iclatlon": The Kta'ru orator
lil contest will take place at Win
Held, March 7th. Xlfki'rsnn Argosy;
Amos riauk, ' the Jeweler, has a
small clock lii' hid stove window that
runs four hundred days.- Tills Is eon
widerable more' than a year and Is
probably about as neiir perpetual mo
Mon as has yet been attained. Hut
fi.it Ij .1 miikfl fl.iul ulllil'l III 'M'lll.
,11,11. 1 tl f'J'M. ll ...I"..
A. .1. Tyler, who was the opponent
if.lolin A. Myers as a candidate
for county commissioner the last
time he was elected, has Just re
turned from a trip to California. He
says also that he is home to'slay. and
that there Is no place like Iteno
The remains of a man by the name
of Wilson were, shipped here from
Wellington, Monday and Interred in
ICastslde cemetery, under Masonic
rites and ceremonies, which was ac
cording to a reiiiest made by him to
his home logde and by them to the
At a meeting of the Kansas under
writers held In Topeka the latter part
of last week,.). A; Koutrnn of this
city was elected chairman of the-executive
committee, and Hon. John
Klnkel, secretary. At this rate
Hutchinson will soon be overburdened
One of tho applicants for a mar
riage license this week, was a wo
man, it Is not often that the 'bride
.prospective calls upon the probate
judge In person and asks for a li
cense, to marry. Hut as In this case
she was the older of t lie 1 wo eont met
ing parties, perhaps she considers
herself the senior member of the tlrm
'1n all respects. .. '.
The members of the Fraternal Aid
association gave a farewell reception
PUT IN NEW
MATERIAL : : :
Main. New Phono No. 382.
to their old treasurer, Mr. S. F.
1 loupes, who Is about to leavo for a
new home In the stale of Washington.
Mr.' Jloopes was also secretary of
the local association one term. He
was considered one of their best work
Joe Talbolt's grocery storo will soon
move and then llostutlcr & Hus
singer, the clothiers will occupy the
room after it Is llxed up and remod
eled, They will probably he compelled
to open up some of their spring stock
however before moving, as that can
not be done curlier than the middle of
the month and perhaps later.
Wesley Lackey, a young man sixteen
or seven! ecu years of ago who lived
about nine miles north of this city,
died at the home of his uncle, Henry
Wilson, on First Avenue East on
Sunday night. J le had suffered long
hut with great patience from paraly
sis, and tho cutting short of a young
life so full of hope and promise is
To read of the tales of needy fami
lies that appear In tho News It make
our wonderful and awful prosperity
seem a good deal llko a burlesque. ' A
great many (dilutions have been
made, and no doubt many needy fam
ilies have been relieved, hut every
day or two a new family Is men
tioned I hat needs and deserves assist
ance. Our prosperity, under the
present Industrial nrrangeiuenl, is a
thing that hits a few mighty hard.
Chairman (ieorgo Pitts of the dem
ocratic congressional committee of
the Seventh district, and Will Ayres,
chairman of. I ho populist committee
of tills dlsl rlct have called meetings
of their respective committees to be
held in this city on March :th. The
meeting of the fanners who nro Inter
ested In lliee.o-opearllvc grain dealing
business will be in session at the
same, time, and all taken together
should bring a good crowd to this city
at that t ime.
Tho two W, C. T. V. societies of
this city areprepralng for a special
service, t.) be called Francis Wlllard '
Heavenly lllrthday, service, wblrh
will be held at lluvM.K . church at
:i: aCclocl.'Jn the afternoon. Three
young ladles, Sllxses Maude Carey,
tVee Morse arid Alice Hammer will
read papers on tho life works and ac
complishments of Miss Wlllard. and
t hey will be followed by plat form
address from the ministers of the
city. The prorgani will also be In
tersperced with appropriate music se
lections. The Hutchinson bowling team
made another effort Saturday, to gel
the trophy away from Wichita. Hut
tho effort was again a vain one. The
Hutchinson team started out In bad
shape, being two men short, line
Comstoek who went with them took
the place of one of them, ami the
other was graciously supplied by
their hosts. They were beaten, but
the scores were better than at the last
game played here, After the game
was over Ihe Hutchinson hoys were
given a tine dinner at one of the pop
The play "An Enemy to the
ueen". which was on the boards
Tuesday night, was a play worthy of
the attention of anyone who loves the
play, it was a good play In the hands
of good players. It was a heavy play
by Victor Hugo and was handled
much belter than such plavsare usu
ally done by repertoire companies.
The house was not nearly so good as
the play deserved. II seems that' for
some reason some of the best ulays
do not receive the patronage they de
serve, while some of mediocrity gel
A jury was summoned before the
probate judge Monday to determine
upon the. sanity of Marion M. For
ney, of this city. Mr. Forney is a
single man, tlilrty'-fvt years of age,
the son of A. M . Forney, of Seventh
Street West. The unfortunate mini
has been in very had health for a long
time and his physical afflictions af-
f ictod his mind till it resulted In thp
verdict that ho should be sent to nn
asylum for tho tnsano. Ha will he
taken uway as soon an tho necessary
arrangements can bo mado with tho
authorities at thojisyluins.
Tho lledineri of this city were very
actlvo on last Saturday, celebrating
Washington's birthday. In tho after
noon quite a number, probably
twenty, of tho bucks, togged out In
j their feathers and war paint and pa
, railed down Main Street, They died
along "one In agang" "Injun" fash
ion and wero followed by a few
squaws, They attracted much atten
tion, apd mado considerable lively
guessing as to what It all meant, In
tho evening there was u grand feast
In tho wigwam and no doubt there
was dog In abundance, stewed, fried
Tho first through passenger train
on tho Itock Island over tho now
"short lino" will go through Hutch
inson very earlylSunday morning.
This train will leavo Kansas City at
a tiillo befnro ten o'clock the night
before. The time card Is not yet ls
sued and the arrangement and time
or tho trains as they run through
Hutchinson Is not known. The new
arrangement however, will be a great
benellt to tho people of the soulhwesl
part of tho county and counties ad
joining on tho southwest, who come
to Hutchinson lo I rude. With sev
eral trains running each way each
day It should Increase Hutchinson's
trade In no small measure.
The undersigned would like lo ex
change his home place on Tenth
Street Kast for other porperly In a
distant suburban part of Ihe city, or
sell the homo properly for cash.
(). S. Collin and Wife.
Darlow farmers are Walling Till Attar Itis
The Darlow farmers have not yet
commenced formally to takcubseiip
Moiih of stock for their co-opeartlve
elevator company, but they report
that they have canvassed tho mutter
with a sufficient number of Ihe farm
ers to know Just where to go to get
the subscriptions, and think they
will have no difficulty In securing sub
scriptions for any amount they are
likely to want. They are walling
now lo hear from those that have al
ready commenced operations when
they are here, to attend the big incut
lug on March Hi and .Mb. They
hope to lie able to derive benellt from
the experiences of olheis thai have
pioneered the way.
They contemplate organizing wllh
a capital stock of twenty-live hundred
dollars, and of this amount probably
llfteeii or eighteen .hundred dollars
will be used In building an elevator.
They do not want an elevator large
enough to furnish capacity for sUiring
grain, for they only want to be In
shape to ship, and absolutely forbid
anything like speculation.
DEAD in The snow.
Young Man Near Caitlttsa Fall Dead In
Hit Faad Yard. j
A young man by the name of Sum
Hayes who lived a few miles north
west of Cast let on, was found dead In
hls'feed yard, his body pnrtllaly cov
ered by snow, lust- week, Wednesday.
He was a young man of about thirty
years of age, and lived alone. His
uncle who lived near Caslleton, con-
cludeil lo can aim see nun on ins way
home from town, and not llmllng blni
aboul. he was attracted by his dog's
strange actions. It required but a
little search to lind t lie body where
the dogs had watched over ll faith
fully, lie had apparently been dead
fur many hours. The body wasexam
I ned for inn rks of violence, but none
were found, and as he was known to
be troubled with heart desease, 11
was concluded that he had simply
fulleii dead while feeding his stock.
The funeral was held the next day.
Samuel Hayes was a native of Ire
land, lull came hero several years ago
and located near Ills uncle.
To Halp Houiawlvat.
Major F.lward, the Inventor, of
I'relty Prairie, has brought out an
Invention that Is something new en
tirely. , It is also something that will
be balled wllh delight by the bouse
wives of the country If It Is what is
claimed for It. It isa bread kneader.
Ills wife complained of the hard
work of mixing bread, and being able
lo support a luxury that few other
women of Kansas or any other state
do -1111 inventor for a husband, he
was set to work to overcome her
troubles. In a few weeks he had per
fected a little device which Is said to
work, to perfection, .lust what the
motive power Is and how it Is to be
applied, is not learned. Major K
ward lias Inveitted several machines
that, are. now on the market and have
proved successful, one of which is the
wind slacker nl latched lo threshing
Subscribe for Ihe (dinette, the best
paper In the county.
been written of
magic mirrors in
which the future
was revealed. If
inch a thing were
possible many a bright (need bride
would Nliriuk from the revelation of her
self, stripped of all tier loveliness. If
there l one thing which would niiike a
woiium (brink from marriage it la to seo
the rapid physical deterioration which
comes to so many wives, The cause la
generally due to womanly diseases,
IoHt health ami lost comeliness are
restored by the use of Pr, I'ierce'a Fa
vorite Prescription. It cures irreguliir
ity and dries weakening drains, It
heals inflammation and ulceration, and
cures female weakness,
"It l with tlie Krinlt iilnimiri" ttit I tell
ynit whitt Or, l'liw's I'livuiile rrrwrlptloii Hint
' llnlili ii Mfillciil DImovitv' liiivrrinnr fur mf,"
wrili Mm, I .imiiii I.. IliiiiKra, of iiim Norlli 71 ll
Klni-I, lliirrlMtmru. I'n. "Tlicy Imvc ilnnr me n
w.iilil ul k,m"I. 1 lu'l Ci'mitU' wriiUiit'hN for nix
ynirH: wimrllmrH would !rt'l ho IiiiiIIv I 1II1I nut
know wluil In iln, lull I luiinil rtllrf ul liml,
t ti it .1 Ic h Id Or. I'liTir for III klml uilvli . I Imvf
IIiIh inrilUluc hlill In my Iiuum uml will always
If you ore led to ttie purchase of
"Favorite Prescription" localise of its
remarkable cures of other women, do
not accept a substitute which has none
of these cures to its credit.
Five. Dr. I'ierce'a Common Sense
Medical Adviser, paper covers, is K-nt
fret oil receipt of 21 oue-eeut stamps
to pay expense of mulling only. Or
for cloth-bound volume oenn ,V stumps,
Address Dr. K. V. Piercr, IlulTulo, N. Y.
The following innrrlago licenses
have been granted by the probate
Judge since our Inst Issue:
.lames V. Duke to .Iconic Hello
lliilTiiiarin, both of Castleton.
Wllllimi F. Jtalrd, Arlington, to
Mrs, Kate Starkey, Sego.
Clarence Hell, Hutchinson, to Alena
Willis, St. Joe, Missouri.
(iulu 'Nickolsoii, Hutchinson, to
Dora Clirlsp, Arlington.
Henry linker, Italdwln, Kansas, to
Klla K. Miller, Darlow.
Fred K. Hurst to Unit lo Taylor,
both of Hutchinson.
Tli following- are wholesale prices :
I'OTATOKS-l'or bunlifl. llf.o
BWKKT I'O molts-l'or bushel. $l.'.'0
TUBNll'S-illicto 116c I111.
WIIBAT-No. , CI).
IIKA.N-tl.IO pur hundred.
SHOUTS-$1, per hiinilrcd,
IIAV-I.ouhu, !i.lM.l(MJ por ton ; luted
CIIOr-l.l'i pit llllllilred.
CA rTI.K-Htoe.kers anil fent'rs. JWikTiH.co:
When Your" Joints'
Are Stiff -
and muscles sore from cold or rheu
matism, when you slip and sprain a
joint, strain your side or bruise your
self, Perry Davis' Painkiller will take
out the soreness and fix you right in
a jiffy. Always have it with you, und
use it freely. USE
IP YOtrwIeh In InvestlKHl the mln-
eml weullb ami I'ruli rrhnls of f
Arksn h miiiI Mix ourl. seo the rich f
firms In Oklhi.in ami Indian Torrltnry V
or au on u summer's nuliiiir. like Ui if
For health, wcsllli or pliwisure. we sur
turn Hll oth.rs. Arrangements hve
been niS'le whereby we e.sn imw sell
tickets throniih t'i Vellvllle, Ark., tho
center of the rlelmst mineral diet rlct ar
Ai kiii'MUHiul .Missouri, bummer rules
The Famous Health Retort,
Are on and tickets limited lonlnotydsye
ran lie prnonred t sny time. Wu we
right likllo ou chertp rsles to;
Ml. Fun I, His.
hma rritaelaea, Cat.
BeHlalo, N. T.
WnshlDCtea, It. V,
And all ollior Important points.
We deem It s pleasure to (Igoro
wllh you on ny coiiieinnlaioil trip und
will use our best endeuvrtre to render
courteous treatment, aeeurlng you or
s satisfactory Journey.
Anv other Information will lie clicer-
. ,..!...... Vla.. mirttnt
Jllliy Kiven "J i"" . .
or drop a caru 10 timer ui ...o u.m.v,
BKVAN NTIER, .P. A S
St. Umle, Mo. J
. n v nil SIN. S
llletrlot rasa. Agt. Wichita, Kan. 5
Low rates, every day dui'lni; March
and April, to points in Montana,
Idaho, Washington, t'lali, Oregon and
llrllishColuinbla, via Santa Ke route.
Fur information apply lot'. A. Winker
iip-nt Santa Fe route, telephone 2.1.
When you set
it in JR VAN'S
Ad, you know
NEW SPRING SI01I
Big underbuying permits big undorsellin, thus we pro
rent precious facts in skirt economy that enables you to
buy tho most stylish Dress Skirt at a big saving odvantogo
If you bco tho Htylos and learn tho prices w tro suro of
, jour trudo.
NEW 1902 EXCLUSIVE IDEAS.
tO rifl WALKING 8ICIItT-Cutflve-gors,ulleamstftlIored,0nlBhed
Q')yJ with eight rows of stltohing $2W
ijn TA WALKING SKIRT-outOve (for, sit seams tailored, nine
vw JJ m), circular llounce, Uulshfld with six roa stitching ,.t2 50
,j I aa WALKING SKIRT allover tin kod, nlne-looh flare flounoe,
J"TaUU 8X rowg gtltohing, very handsome $100
4 nn WALKING SKIItT-mudo of the new black sail white check
JmiUU cut seven gore with flare, finished with R rows stltchlngflOO
ir TA WALKING 8KIIlT-cut seven gore, corded circular flounce,
v J ,;U t10 newest skirt 15 50
. ITA WALKING 8KIUT out seven gore, double 11 are flounce, each
5U.JU floished with stitching (I00
The newesthlng in black and col
ored miEss ski ins, trlmmeJ with silk,
velvet and moire braids, full Hare
flounce, exclusive styles. One of the
extreme novelties Is the new Hop Hack
ing Skirt, In black only, broad llounce,
handsomely trim mod.
Tbls storo Is exclusive in the eenoo that It gives Its attention to tbe
sale of ready-to-wear garments at pi Ices much below tliolr Intrlualo
IRVAN & CRAWFORD,
Corner Second and Main.
A. L, Hoi.l.owAr, It.D. 8. 8. niM,0WAT.M.D
Koa.SiaU. First Eos. 'i'iM B Thliil
JJK8. UOLLOWAY A nOI.LOWAY,
Phyaiolan and Burgnonsi,
Office:, No. 6 North Main Street.
Telephone: Ro.ldoncs No. It, Offloa No.'SO
Rnomi't. II. snil 8 orcr Midland Drng Stors.
HF.NHY ZISN,.li'oli'riiil Hi-lunllflo 0i
I Irian; mrricxii nost lltii'nf lul !, ami
ttt.tiu wii'clics, Molld irolil rlnst, llnu "I'Sl
rlntra siillil (fiild spnolsi li'i, 1U1. Mnkus n
iptdaliyor ii ll:ig syus and Uttliig siwoisi Iok,
Tflu. R. CONB,
I'tlnlrss entrsctlon of tenth
wllh Nitrous Oxldo Oas.
O litre: CornorMaln and 8uerman.
G. R. GAGE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8UBOKON.
Special attention given to Obstetrics
. Okkk.b: Hesidknck:
Over Star Clothiers 128 K. First Ava.
I'bones M). l'liones UU!)
The Commoner has attained wlthlu
six months from date of the first Issue
a circulation of 100, 000 coptes, a re
cord probably never equaled In the
l A marlpilfl nftrlnrlll'lll I it, -
cure. The unparalleled growth of tills
paper aemousiraiea wan mom iu.iu
m too HOT. tsyayvi ucm 'w .ww....
paper devoted to the discussion of po-
K,i..ui .nnnnirm .nil Biintnl nrntilflms.
To the columns of TheComoner Mr
l..n nnnlrll.lllUI llU llBSt HfTlirtS: tllS
review of political events as thy arise
irom lime 10 iimo umi nun ii v
ternst those who study public questions
Tim ('nmmnnir'i regular subscrip
tion price Is $1.00 per year. We have
arranged with Mr. Bryan whereby we
can furnish his paper and the Oazbttk
together for one year for It. IS The
regular subscription price of the two
papers when subscribed for separately
This is the Imuortant season of the
year for the reading farmer-the far
mer who succeeds In his business. Now
is tbe season when the year's business
Ib summed up; when the great aiiows
and pales of livestock are held; when
farmers' Institutes and boards of agri
culture are In session; when the farm
nktisr takes the place of what the ac
tive farmer has missed getting in his
younger days at the arglculturat col
leges; when ecch farm in the West be
comes, through his farm paper, an ex
norlmnnt itHtion to him; when the ex
periences of others are brought to
gether in the paper ror nis proui with
out expense. Now is the time when
the wide-awake farmer can read and
think, and upon his readlDg ana tiiinn
ing will depend his success, The "old
reliable"' Kansas Farmer is full of good
rriinir and abundant food for
thought, and we are now able to offer
It to our readers at club rates with
tha nurrra for 85 cents for both pa-
nar. This la vastlv cheaper Wan be
ing without It and it will show profits j
ia uext season's crops. Try it and see. i
. . . IT
Good Goods at
trash at any
First class round trip, open to
uvt-rybudy, Hi, from Hutchinson
to Los AiihIhb und San Fran
I'lnco, via the Santa Fe.
Correal ondlng rates faom all
Account National Convention,
Federation of Women's Clubs.
On sale April 22 to 27,
Tickets good for return until
Only Una under one management
hII the way from Chicago to
t t ii 1 1...L A 1 ..
IJ n I V lino lor nm 'i vimnu vnujuir
of Arizona and YnsemHe.
Only line In California with
llnrve? meal service.
Wi Ice for descriptive literature,
enclosing 10 cents postBge.
C. A. WALK KB.
Rain mil iwot
have imcflfct on
with Kursk & Hnr
neii Oil. It rt
iln tbe damp,
kerp ibe leath
er tuft and pii
di not rireak.
No routtli tur
fare to cliale
and cut. 'Ihe
wears I wire
at lonu liy the
luc ol fcureka
in an .
i Standard Oil
rinic ui mm .,, v. ........ '
In tlio I'rolislr (. uni t hi mill lor sslil ('ouiitr:
r I.' - . . I nn n r.t Don.
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IPirBIIMII .11. .iiv crin... ... ... . . .
iltii'uaswl, wirti Krsitti'l lli iiilsrslum-d on lh
luili ilnv r I'Bliruary, Itn;. Iiy IIih probata
eonrt of Ufnu niiinlv. Ksiibss. Now nil pr
foim hnvliiK clHimK nfHlnt the sslil cstsio nra
herein' niitltlwl Uml tl'uv tnimt present tba
,t,u ,riaHluiti..t tir AllnWHnnM. wilhllt
one year from His 'tats "f nslil li-ttors, r th7
,.. I...I...I IV....I n.,e lu..,..ll, nt Mttrl, m
lllll I'O ,lin.iH"ni .i.f.u....,
t;ili- uml Hi"' U mii'li olslmt lionot I'xlillilteil
U.I.I.I.. titpuA inKru uflnf tin .lam of anlil lutturv
tlmy sliiill l' forever Imrri'il.
IVVl VI I.KI.I'I'i ;ilHNiiiirti uiAf.
f ihr KHlnlnni ,1. V. Ueilf . ilui'CBileJ.
Plrit piitilloBllon, Felinmry 27,
at the top price all the Unit Isalinoet
aii tut; ct;rtin!y tils the niuht alt III
fill kind of biiNluebD. We uu- doing It
teMN W si-IJ
i v. n
r'l tw.i ivtittv.Aiiaw ii
S I MlHj to bBVt
viMVr Uie upiMirtunttjr
-1 X- bow It's
1 . lii ilnne.
i 1 M .iiiS Write to.
h, 1 m'lzcjr rla! call
' Wn 'im "T time.
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tSi,aap,iiilillii iiimiii nm ii ii if
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