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HPMCIALIST, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Noso nuJ Throat. tlUwix Scientifically Adjimtcd. OiIIca In M milu lumulo, iiuuiiiumou, hhiimi. LOCAL' AND FE8AOHAI., Superintendent Dayhoff was scttlnc up cigars Monday over an eleven pound .girl which arrived at hi house Saturday The fire department wai called out Monday to suppress a fire In a haystack and shed at the McColgin house on I! west. A. J. Brewer of Medora township has tented his ranch in Medora township .and will move to Utah. He will hold a public sale Tuesday March 19th, Mr. J. E. Hornbaker was In the city Monday squaring up things after finish1 ins his school In Huntsville. Ills report shows a good average attendance, and his patrons report a very successful Hchoo). In fact they wanted to contract again for the next winters term, Three train loads of cavalry horses for the I'hilippina service of twenty-six cars to the train and eighteen head of horses to the car passed through thii city Saturday night. They were good horses not any of them less than fifteen hands high. The soldiers came through later. The Hutchinson Democrat has again changed hands and this time the owner tihlp as well as the management has passed from the old owners. Mr. Harry Scott is the new proprietor. Mr. Scott conducted the paper for nearly two years once before, and he will now give the paper an individuality of Its own, W. H, Coberly nearly met his death 'while working in a well in Salt Creek township last week. Some one working on top in some manner dropped a bar of iron about two feet long into the well. It struck him on the head, but must have been a glancing blow for he was not ser iously hurt. The bar dropped about forty feet. The I'orter school, District 118 south of Sylva closed Friday March 8th with a most successful term. The patrons of the district surprised the teacher M. H, .I'owell by arriving at noon with, their baskets and spreading a most delicious dinner. At the closing of the program, prizes were awarded to those holding greatest number of hcadmarks. A woman'framp is reported to have worked the town of Haven quite success fully last week. She claimed to have lost her pocket book just before reach ing Hutchinson and from here footed it . to Haven, on her way to Wichita where she claimed to have friends. A collec tion was taken up to pay her hotel bill and buy her a ticket. Hut parties who knew her claimed she was a fraud. E. L. Meyerof the First National bank has returned from an extended trip through St. Paul over the Northern Pa cific coast, through California and back via the southern route. He says the i nueq Mates is now a much larger country to him than it ever was before. He also says he was surprised to find that they make no natural ice" on the Pacific coast even as far north as Skag way. , One of the acts of the legislature was to provide a law by which the probate judges were to know that they , have no right to issue a marriage license to a moner without the consent of the par ents. For years this has been a mooted quesObh arid Hie practice has' not been Uniform among the different counties. Part of th time written consent of the ' pi rents has been required' and part of the time it has not. It is well to have it settled. Harry Watson returned from Wash ington Saturday where he went with an Oklahoma band to attend the inaugura tion, or the "coronation." He says in his opinion the latter is the better title. The pageant was one of the greatest magnilicence, but almost exclusively of a military character. 40,000 soldiers were in line, and no civic orders. This is a fact also commented upon by the press dispatches. Never anything like it was seen before in this country. Last Wednesday night n lire call look the company to the rooms over the Postal Telegraph Co., and I'acilic Ex press Co's office. A fire had been started by some trouble with a' gasoline stove in rooms used for housekeeping. The furniture was considerably scorched but the tire was stopped without turn ing on the water. Livcngood's store was on one side and Mclnturf's restau rant on the other and it was a good lo cation for the commencement of a big tire. One of the new offices made by this legislature, the law of course being signed by our dear governor who in his message was so much enamoured of the idea of abolishing useless offices in job iots, was one created by the bill fathered by Senator Vincent changing the law governing the reformatory. The new officer in question will be called the parol officer. Hitherto the paroled boys have made their own reports 'and this has been the extent of the supervision over them. The parol etficer will look after them and draw Jiooo per year and all expense therefor. Hutchinson has a candidate already. The school board of this city held an adjourned meeting last Friday night and discussed the matter of establishing a truant room for those pupils who have been suspended or expelled from other roems becnuse they were not amenable to the discipline. After an extended dis cussion It was decided favorably and an effort will be made to enforce the com pulsory education law in this city. Their decision is to be commended, for It with no doubt If continued result in the pre vention of much crime and consequent results among boys. Morning prayer meetings are being held in the various parts of the city at private houses as an auxilliury to the re vival meetings that are being conducted at the PresbyteJian church. Meetings are regularly held In the afternoon and evening, and besides every day or two are some extra. It has resulted in a great religious awakening. There has been no report made as yet of the num ber of professions, As soon as one Is made he li turned over to the church of his preference, Some evenings there have been as many as thirty, and alto gether the number will probably run up into the hundreds or at least over one hundred. Parker Hatch got another fine in po lice court Monday. In fuct he got two fines. As he was riding down Main street near the bridge a big yellow dog started after him. After a few rods he pulled out a revolver and shot the dog through the foot or shoulder, and rode on as rapidly as he could. Officer Nich olson went down and brought the of fending negro to the police station, where he was given a fine of three dol lars and costs on each of two charges, carrying concealed weapons and shoot ing within the city limits respectively. He was also charged with fast riding, but discharged on that count. The shot cost him about twelve dollars all together. It wilt not be very surprising if the use of the automobile should turn out to be a fad of about such proportions as that of the bicycles. D. W. Maine of Pratt has one, and according to the Pratt Union he started out for a little turn to a neighboring burg. Before he got the machine safely into its stall ait home he had tailed upon three farmers for their teams to pull him out of trouble, The autos seem to be successfully used as hacks and delivery wagons In the cities where there is a supply of electricity to be had for their storage, batteries, the steim motive power which must be used In the country Is apparently too variable and liable to breaks. And after all, for pleasure riding there is nothing equal to a team of good, spirited horses. This seems to be recognized even among the bloods and high rollers. A young man who had imbibed too freely of the wine when it was red and not freely enough of the love of the Lord notwithstanding it is the hallowed time of the winter revival and law enforce ment, brought himself Into a rather un enviable notoriety last Monday morn ing by raising a rough house at the Santa Fe hotel where he worked as porter, He is a muscular young fellow who perhaps prides himself unduly on me lorce 01 ms nsts when they are in action. However that be there is a chamber maid at that hotel who gives unmistakable evidence that his .fistic force is great. A big round back eye on her faee was sufficient testimony to con vince the police court that he had of fended the peace and dignity of the city of Hutchinson as well as the foresaid maid. Friends however Daid his fine and he went forth.- Hal Reid who 'i's'known as the author of "Auman1leartsM't.ook a trip down to fennessee and after spending several months in the mountains, mixing and mingling with the natives of that section, wrote and placed before the public- Knobs O Tennessee , and is now con. sidered his most famous play. It is full of dramatic situation, thrilling dim- asas and pathetic scenes the author taking great care not to over draw them, The light almost ephemeral plays that for a long time reigned supreme, are graduallly passing into inoctious desue tude, and being replaced by those con taining more substantial merit, which is n part, the reason of the success of 'Knobs O' Tennessee," This clever production will be elaborately staged, a strong cast and presented at the Shaw Theatre Tuesday March lyth. Reserved seats on sale at Winslow's book store. Last Friday night the citizens of Hutchinson who know a good play when it comes around witnessed as good piece of tragedy as is often seen here. The play, "Roanoke" was acted by an exceptionally strong company. At the outset apologies were made for their colored quartette failing to make con nections and reach here in time for the play, and the first act was not very re assuring. Hut from that time on it grew better with each act. The two villains in the play were superb. It can hardly be said that one performed better than the other, except that the old man had the harder part, and irj the last act in his fits of remorse furnished a paral lel with the soliloquy of Richard in. It was a truly high class play and was greeted by a very good audience. The Shaw theater seems to be" now enjoyintr a very much better patronage under its new management. At present every, thing portends a successful future. An Eaoapad Lunatic. The county officers have been having a little dealing with an escaped Inmate of the lunatic asylum, At tome time recently a man was either put off the train or got off himself at Plevna. It was soon ascertained by his actions and wild talk that he was of unsound mind and on Friday last the township trustee, Mr. Dunham, brought him to the poor farm. The overseer there did not wan' to take him without any order from the commissioners and the commissioners and the overseer of the poor were none of thtm within reach, However ho was taken care at the poor farm until Mon day when it was decided that he was not a fit subject for that place. It was found that his clojhes were all marked "L. Williams," and on this and what was gathered from his mutteringi It was thought he had escaped from an asylum somewhere. A message was sent to Topeka enquiring about him and. the re ply asked the authorities to hold him till they could send a man after hi in. Meanwhile he was lodged In jail for safe keeping. The man appeared to be only about thirty-eight or forty years of, age , If troubled with rheumatism, give Chamberlain's Pain-Dnlm a trial, 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, qulnsey, pains, in the side and chest, glandular and other swellings ore quickly cured by Wiving It. Every bottle warranted. Prices 25 and 50 cts. For sale by all druggists. Pure Early Ohio Seed Potatoes. Jno. A. Mycfs has just received a car load of pure early Ohio potatoes for seed, direct from George Webster, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. See Mr. Myers before buying you seed potatoes. ..i.i.jiim. i "Crpg lor ihciuocn" IIm bermtif a pro verbial jiIhuhc to fx prcdH the futility (if mere lKlri Tlicro urn limit iitmi v wo. 1U' wliu think It i n tmrlrHK to linpp lor lieullli n to cry fur the union, They have tried tunny nit'ilicliics mul iminy (loclorn, but all in vuin. A frrt-itt many liopcUH im-n iuiiI women linvr Ihth cured by the tme of Dr. I'lerce's (ioldrn Medical llni-overy ; people with oliHllnutu ciiukIih, hk-cdliiK lium, nliiht rwciiIs mul other Kytuplonm of iIImuhc which if uriilected or uiiKklllfuIly treated find futul terininiilioii in coiiHuiupliou, "C.olilni Meillcul lincoveiy " lum 11 won derful lieullli power, It inciviiMH the nutrition of the body, uild ho ff Ivch utreiiKtlt to throw off illhf ne. It clcmie the lilood from poiHonotm Impmille mul rnrichcH it with the red corpiiHclrii of lieiiltli, It III not Hllimihtnt, hut 11 Htrrtiptli kIvIiik niedi cine, It couliilini no nlcoliol, neither opium, cociiine, nor any other imrcotlr. KumutimcH the extra profit paid by Infe rior medicine leinpln the driller to nircr n Milwlitnle a "Jiiht a good" in "Din. cuvcry." If you lire convinced Unit " Dis covery "will cure you uccept nothing elw, "I wan In poor limllh when I roiiitiiMicnl Inking llr I'liT.T'i iiinlicliir," willi-n Mr, Klnirr l.uwlrr, of VoIkii, Jeffer-wii Co., lmllimit. " I 1 1 11 t uliintiirli, Milnty, lieurl, "ml 1 11 K Uoiil'le. Wan nut nlilr to iln uuy work. I Imil u wvere coiikIi mill lirninrrliiiKi' of I lie IniiK". I'll! ufler iimiiu yuur mtillclnc ii while '1 coniini'iu'iil In kiiIii In klrrnulh mid flrnli. mid lopprl ciuiuli iiiK rlxlit (iwiiy. Took nlmnt nix Ixilllrn of Hie 'IliiMiu Mciliiid Mucovrrv' Hun. mul lnt HprliiH 1 hull C.rliipe, unit it nelllnl nil my Iiiii. InivliiK me will) n never coiikIi, I Imil I he Incinr, bnl lie illilu't Heem to help me nny to I roiiiinrmril your men it'iue iiKiiiii mid took I litre or lour iHilllm of the ' Ulunvcrv ' unit two vIiiIh of Dr. fierce1 I'rl IiIh, mul Unit KlriileUt em il me up, I feel like n illUVrriil pcrmill . I Hliullv rti'iiiiiinenU your mtilliliie to nil Miller i n, lor 1 know It cured inc." Dr. I'lcrco'H I'lian nut IMIilH cure con. Htlpiitiuu by curing its CUUHtf. '" ii ii M Now alnce you need some dishes, gr and visit Urebms and get sortie at those reduced prices, . . THE . . State Exchange Bank, Capital, $30,000. Surplus, $2,000. Our patrons, .'irrespective of the size of their oc accounts, will rccoive careful and courteous attention. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. WILLIS N. BAKKP, President. K. W. COOTKK, Cashier. When you See il in IK VAN'S AD Von know it's SO, Irvan & Crawford, Corner Second and Main. Good Goods af allPticet. No Trash at Any Price. O O Spring Has Arrived! And wo nre slutting out with tlio host line of new noods over Hhown In tills city. Kvery dcpiirtinent Is full of ram bargains. Como in and sco, Wo aro always glad to show you whether you pnrolnso or not. In otr Cotton Goods Block wo aio showing: Host staple Calico, all colors, all new patterns, at 5q yj Best Percalo, all new spring stylos at 71,(5, 8.C, 10c, 12C Best Eiist Lake Cheviot for HhlrU, light and dark colors, . . 15c Yd tlood Apron Ginghams in checks, 5c yd Yard wide, unbleached LL Muslin, butler than you ever bought for the price . . . . 5c Yd Good daik Bhirllng for work shirts at 5c, 7,c, 83C, tOc NT Always get our prices befora buying anything In Dry Goods, Shoes, Millinery and Tullor Made." Suits. It pays you to trndo hero. IRVAN & CRAWFORD. 15 ! Comer Neeoml anil Main. lulehlniiOD. Kama Everything Good 1-:",. YKS, everything at the A 5rAV'(G 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 it and 8 yon will get your money buck. This mukes buying drugs of iih safe, Wo want your trade on this basis. A. & A. Drug Go. Kill North Main Street. ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 It H I IHH-I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H I II H 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 Corn. IFla-ntln.g' Time Is Here. The thorough farmer use the best machinery and buys in season, He Haven money by being ready to work an the ground and tho weather are ready. Ho makes moro money by doing hiM work right and by never letting his work lag. At McKINSTRY & FORKEES You Will Find the Celebrated John Deere and Case Stalk Cutters. : MOLINA ILLINOIS. with every improvement, makini?jthem easy to bundle and sure in their work. Best Riding Lister Made. Double-Row Stalk ; Cutters. - The Deere Double How Stalk Cutters ' are the, best on the market. They save time, money and labor; do the work of two single-row cutters and do it better. It Is economy to own one of tlieae mod ern implements; made of best material. 3" ; .'11 W I M WOLUSE,lLL. Deere Single-Row Stalk Cutter. Will cut stulks when all other cutters full. The entire weight of the machine and driver cun be placed on the knives, or as much of it as is necetsary to Insure the cutting of the Btulks under all conditions. Stalk hooks are raised and lowered automatically with the head. Knives are double edged, oil tempered and either straight or spiral as desired. Case Stalk Cutters. We are agents for this popular line of Implements, and you will ilnd the Case Stalk Cutters equal to the best. This stalk cutter is strongly built, and does the work thoroughly. The draft is light ami the price is right, They are easy to work and eimy to buy. Reliable John Deere Sulky and Walking Listers. Deere Two-Row Riding Lister. The way to make money In these days Is to reduce the cost of produc tion, and this the Deere Two-Row Hiding Lister will do better than al most any other Implement In use on the form, as It will do the work of two walking listers, and do it better and with less labor. Deere Walking Lister. The Deere Lister has always held the leading position lu ihe trade. It is the pride of the Deere people. They have given much study to the shape, and believe they have the best possible shaped plow for listing pur poses. Owing to its perfect shape and complete turning iiualitles, the weeds will not appear at the joint where the new furrow is turned as quickly as when the plowing is done with any other lister we have seen, which Is a great consideration In the after cultivation of the crop. tW A full line of Agricultural Implements. Agents for McCormick Hinders and Headers. Wo carry full line of repairs for same. 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