The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 4, 1892 · Page 6
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HUTCHINSON DAIXiY NEWS, MONDAY, APHIIi 4, 1802. From Nn» Vork, • Our Mr. Scott K. Wlnnc writes from New Yorlt as follows: NKW YoiiK, March :in. 1802. Di'.Xn FATIIKII: I um happy to announce that 1 have completed arrangements here tn New York whereby we sire to have permanent eonneotlons for the placing of loans on eity property on terraB i ally as favorable as those cabled from London some days ago. With the •sonneotions we now have both in New York and London we are in position to inako swell rates and terms as will nCCuro us the business without n doubt. We will also be in a position to handle some short time loans <m both personal and chattel security if we care to bother with that class of business. 1 expect to be Koine about the middle of April and will then arrange all minor details peparatory to making a push for business. Incidentally I have increased our facllitlos in the Insurance line con slderahly. I am through with all business matters and leave to-morrow for central New York where I will visit with friends a few days and then start for home, Btopping over n few hours in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the way. Mall will reach me there in care of Union Central Life Insurance company. Yours affectionately, Sl.'OTT K. YVlXJiK. We publish his letter thinking that it might interest some of our patrons, WINNK & WINNK, Hutchinson, Kan. Telephone No. 'JO. A lllrthtluy .SurpriHc bast Saturday was \V. A. ltacon's twenty -fifth birthday, so his wife gave him a pleasant little surprise. On his return homo from work heand his wife went, to the city to purchase eatables for Sunday, and on their return were surprised to find that their neighbors and frlendB had taken possession of their neat little home, and Mr. Macon was reminded when he came in that he only looked to be "sweet sixteen." Music and a good, time was had until half paBt ten, when all were invited to the dining room to a lunch, only to be gotten up by his wife. I At a little past midnight all bid Mr, Uaeon good morning and hoped that they may meet togllier on his fiftieth birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs Myers, and two children, Mr. and Mrs, Merchant and little Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Hartman, Mr. anil Mrs. Ed Miller, Mr. and Mrs. O'Laughliu and two children. the second was going to war to kill each other, when if they only waited they would die naturally; and the third was that they should run after women, When if they did not do so the women would be sure to run after them. The latter assertion, she said, would be proven correct from both standpoints on to-morrow. CnmniprriAl Club. At the meeting of the Commercial Inb last Monday night, it was decided to meet to-night at the office of White- iide &, (ileason for the purpose of electing permanent officers. L. A. Hunker was elected temporary treasurer and I.. F. Cain temporary secretary. The admittance fee of $50 must be paid to secure a certificate of membership, which Is the necessary requisite to a vote on permanent organization and on permanent officers. Mr. Hunker and Mr. Cain will be early at the meeting to accommodate those who desire to pay their money and get their certificates before the meeting opens, which will be at 7:30 sharp. A ll.nn of IK'Jtl. When grandpa went .vwoolnj;. He wore a natln vest A trail of running roses Embroidered on the breast. The pattern of Ills trousers. UlH linen, white and line. Were all Die latest fashion In eighteen twenty-nine. Grandpa was a Hue-looking young fellow then, so the old ladies say, and ho is a One-looking old gentleman now. Kor the past score of years he has been a firm believer in the merits of Dr. Merce's Uolden .Medical Discovery. "It renowed my youth," he frequently says. It is the only blood purifier and liver invigorator guaranteed to benefit or cure, or money promptly refunded. It cui'CB liver disease, dyspepsia, scrofulous sores, skip eruptions, and all diseases of the blood. For lingering coughs and consumption (which is lung scrofula in its early stages) it is an unparalleled remedy. A r«rt NtiyliiK. It is sorrowfully true that no man is satisfied with his lot in life. A well known attorney said to the reporter to-day, after having watched the workings of the strong hand of justice for the past fifteen years: "One man is struggling for justice and another, is Hying from it.' One man is saving up to buy a house and another is trying to sell his for less than it cost, to get rid of it. One man is spending all he earns In taking a girl to a theater and sending flowers in hopes eventually to make her his wife, while IIIB neighbor h< spending all the money he has to get a divorce. One man goes through many battles of a war without a scratch, and gets killed on a railroad. Another man escapes all tho diseuses that man is heir to and dies a suicide." I'rovciitlou ta Hotter Than cure, and these who are subject to rheumatism can prevent attacks by keeping the blood pure and free from tho ueid which causes the disease. For this purpose Hood's Sarsupurillu is used by thousands with groat success. " *•• the best blood purifier. Constipation is caused by the loss of tho perlstulic action of tho bowels. Hood's l'llls restore tills uotiou and in vlgorate the liver. t) PH.V , If You Vote. The members of the Commercial club are reminded that they can not vote for officers, at the meeting of the club to-night, unless they first secure a certificate of membership, by the payment of 800. I'ay your money tn I,, A. Hunker, r- Omtmorclal Cluh. The Commercial club will meet tonight at the office of Whiteside & Gleason for the purpose of effecting a per- mant organization. Every member is requested to be present promptly at 7:30 p. m. Ptrnt Hall. Invitations are out announcing the first ball to be given by the Hutchinson traveling men, Vuterbaugh's hall, corner of Main street ahd Avenue A, on Friday evening, April 32. The proceeds of tho ball is for the purpose of bearing expenses incident to the organization of a travoling men's fraternal organization, notice of which is given in another column. A good time is expected, and from the following list of names we should infer that their success is already assured: Invitation—C. W. Templar, ,T. M. Jordan, Howard Waddels, Joe Clark, Jr., M. (.'. Upchurch and Ben. G. ICean. Reception—.11. F. Porter, C. U. Sent ucy, R. J. llaus, C. W. Templer, E. S, Russell, T. A. Llewellyn, Clias. Mapes and Chas. Russell. Floor Managers—F. H. Winslow, C. lj. Christopher, Geo. T. Irvan, I. J l'rather, Claude Duval, H. C. Wood and L. A. Hunker. High school of this eity, one hundred nnd fifty applicants were examined. The largest list of applicants was from Elmer, seventeen in number. There- port of their examination work has not yet been made up by the examining board. It In An [11 Wind, I5tc. In conversation with Charles Henry Harrison St. John, the great preacher anil gospel temperance lecturer, this morning, in speaking of the winds of Kansas, which gathers up whole hand- fulls of sand and dust, and sends it spinning through the air, Rev. St. John said: "It is an ill wind that blows nobody good." You have the most healthy climate in Kansas of any state that I have ever visited. The (lying particles of sand which Beem so annoying to pedestriuns are blessings in disguise. They destroy the germs of sickness which cause so much destruction to life In other slates, and thus purify the atmosphore and prepare it for the use of man. Many less favored countries might be thankful if they had some of your wind and flying sand. Your air is light, healthy and invigorating, and not of the damp, heavy sort found in many eastern states. You ought to be happy and thankful for you have the finest climate on earth, almost, Mr, limuruneo Men In It, 3. Q. Winue showed the reporter this morning, a stack of notices of loss cs sustained to property during the recent storm at El Dorado, Ellsworth, Salina and other places. Cupt. Smith and .1. M. Jordun's agencies are also re cciviug notices on every mail. Threo Futile*. quite observing Women are quite observing of the follies or characteristics of men, In fonversation with one of the more ob serving of tho gentle sex, to-day, the re|»ortcr was very much amused to hear her say that there uro three follies of , men that always amused her. Tho first was climbing trees to shake the fruit down, when If they would wait long «nongh, the fruit would fail off Itself; A Good Time, liruce Taylor, Bob Ray and "Kid Colladay went to Kinsley on Friday night, to assist in a concert given by the Kinsley orchestra. The boys re port an interesting occasion, and state that the Kinsley boys entertained them royally. They think that Kinsley has more pretty girls for the population of the place than any town they over visited. They took dinner on Satur. day with Orville and Lawrence Stewart, formerly of this county, now successful farmers living close to Kinsley, and the country dinner which they describe, makes even the reporter's mouth water. A I'll. Koclul. The Daughters of Rebekah give a social of some kind every month. Last Saturday night was the regular date for one of their socials, and a pie social was given in the I. O. O. F. hall, which all present enjoyedX The ladies stood behind a curtain completely hidden, with the exception of their feet. These, the men were allowed to look at, and guess who was the owner. If successful, he got his supper for nothing, otherwise it coBt him ten cents. Most of the men had to pay. Friitonml Order. In many places in tho state the members of the Kansas Traveling Men's association are forming what is known as lodges of United Commercial Travelers, with a beneficiary feature similar, to that of the Workmen and Woodmen. Such an organization will be organized in this city on April 23. An Initiatory team from St. Joseph will bo here to assist in the organza- tiou and to exemplify tho work. Notice to Committees. There will he a. meeting of all the committees of tho A. O. U. W. and D. of 11. which are working for tho success of the ball and supper to bo given on Wednesday night. It is earnestly requested that every member of each committee be presonl. Tho meeting will be held with W. L. Johnston, on Sherman street west, at the under 1 taking parlors to-night. A Novel Hnlei'tilhmiont. The little folks in the northern end of town gave u very nice entertain meut today at 2 p. m.. at the residence of Mrs. 11. C. Woods, Sixth avenue east, There were many good Helvetians, but the principal attractions were the solo uud recitations by Miss Clara Smith and Master Frank West. Prizes were given which pleased the little folks very much. Traveling Men's Hull. The ball by the K. T. A. will be held in the I'uterbaugh block, on South Main, and promises to be a grand success. There was an unusual large number of traveling men in the eity yesterday, and each one spoke of tho prospects for the ball as being of the most glowing character. New Milliliter. Ucv. Roland Hill of Junction City, has accepted the call of the Episcopal congregation of this eity, and will be hero to begin his labors on the first Sunday after Easter. Rev. Hill isayery able and eloquent man, and the Epis copal people are to be congratulated in being able to secure him. Select Knights. There will be a meeting of the Select Knights of the A. O. U. W. to-night, in Ruddy hall, on west Sherman street, to confer degree work and to close the charter. Those members having uniforms are requested to be present with them, to assist in the work. Regained Possession. Our friends, Dudley Rheads and wife, have regained possession of the Hotel Thorn of Kansas City and will be pleased to see their many Kansas friends and have them make headquarters with them at their popular hotel, Prairie Fire. The uiarm, which was turned in last night shortly after midnight, was caused by the light made against the heavens by a prairie fire just northeast of the city. During windy times you can not be too careful with your fires. Knster Attractions. The enterprising dry goods merchant, A. W. Innes, is making a specialty this-week of ISaster attractions. Read about a few of them in the first column, page 5. 3t PATENT iVENWOBTH. KANSj Try a Sack of KING of KANSAS Flour, The Best Flour in the Market, and only $1.25 per sack, at SAVEYOUR, • DOLLARS! BY TRADING ? DON'T BE A CHUMP And allow anyone to bulldoze you into buying clothing, but rorao and get our prices and compare our prices, make nnd fit with competitors' and we are sure von will deal with us WHY? •Simply because we don't misrepresent, and we will SAVE YOU 10 PER CENT Is not that worth saving? That means fifty cents on five dollars, one dollar on ten and so on. Come to us. We have the largest stock of clothing in Hutchinson, without dispute. lOOOdozen men's and hoys' L1NKX collars 5c each. Linen cuffs, 10c pr SOO dozen men's Demost fl a n n c 1 shirts, lfic. each. Hoys' knee pants in endless variety, from 15 cents up- ware. Hoys' sateen shirt waists, 2flc. Mothers' Friend waist at low price. Men's suits from S3.50 toS:i5. See our light col ] orcd Prince Albert suits. $1!> to S25. Agency for the "Christy" hats. See our. spring line of men's suits. We will open your eyes on prices. 00 dozen men's jean pants for 50c it pair. Hoys' suits,SI up to the very llncst made. See our fine tailor made pants, S'J to 87.50. They are swell. 120 dozen men's sateen shirts, all new colors Hoys' hats and cups, 30c up to iiOc See our novelties. We have what, you want and warrant a saving of 10 percent. See our 25 cent | See our under- and our 50 cent J wenrj From 20c neckwear. U is | up to the finest fine. I bon tons. $100 IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY. To the party or parties guessing the time or nearest the time it will take our candle to burn. Th« candle is 13 inches in diameter, about 33}.; inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get'guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1802. THE 21 South Main. UTCHINSON OPERA HOUSE. W. A. LiOE, Manager. Street cars at the door after entertainment. One JIuudretl and A'lfty Applicants. At the various places of holding examinations In the county, last Saturday, for applicants for admission to the H" Stre MONDAY. APRIL AL G. FIELD & CO'S. At the Taberniu'lo To.night. Charles Henry Harrison St. John and wife will speak at the city Tabernacle to-night on the theme: "The Fate of the Republics." Everybody invited. Notice. There will be a meeting of the Sons of Veterans at the U. A. R. hall tonight to attend to business of importance. Let every member be present, lirei*. lioodtt. Just received, at S. P. Raff's, all the latest novelties and designs in dress goods. In purchasing his spring stock Mr. Raff made the subject of dress goods a special feature. St Notice. ., The W. R. C. will give a socia 1 tomorrow, Tuesday, night, to which everybody is invited. An interesting programme has been prepared. , Married. Asa E. Swem and Katie Strohmeyer, both of this county, were married by Justice Hayden, at his office, last Saturday evening. Cominlfwloners Meetlug. The next regular meeting of the county commissioners will occur next Monday, April 11, at the county clerk's office. Lout. Breast Collar for single harness. Finder will leave same at 125 West Tenth street and receive reward. It IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS No. 10 North Main Street. SAVEYOUR I DOLLARS BY TRADING.. WITH A Refined and elegant presentation of legitimate Miustrelsy by a Model Company. The 3 Kings of Music! First American appearance. Kibble! Gun and Sword Manipulator. The Mignani family of 5 people, Medieval Musicians. A Matchless Military Band of 18, and a Classic Orchestra of 18 Eminent Soloists. The biggest and,best traveling on their own train of palace care. GRAND CONCERT AND STREET PARADE At 11:30 A. M. each day. JOHI .Wi VOGLE,, Suiineu Manager. Prices 50 and 75 cents. To the Voters of Qutohlniioii. I hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for constable, at tho coming, city election. 3t J. W. HAIITMAW. Notice to' Kansas Contractors. Sealed proposals for tho construe tionof the Kansas, World's Columbian Building will be received at the office of W. II. Smith, 722 Jackson street Topeka, Kan., until 2 o'clock p. m., April 2tt, 1802. Plans und specifications can be seen at tho olllco of Seymour Davis, archi tect, Rooms 35 to 37, Crawford building, Topeka, Kun., after April 4, 1802. . W. H. SMITH, Secretary. Administrator's Sale. Notice la hereby given tbat'on Friday the 15th day of April, 1802, at 2 o'clock p. m., I will offer for sale and sell for cash at public auction all the houaehold and kitchen furniture and other personal belongings of the late J. R. Bwigart, deceased, at his late rest donee, No. 417 Sherman street east. L. A. UIUUKB, Administrator. D.I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams md the finest funeral •ar and white hearse i a the state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND CALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone. 37. J. 2HL F. FZJ.A.TK!, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a line line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. AT A large line of Ladies' FINE CLOTH TOP SHOES In Button and Lace. In four grades, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00, 19 North Main. lutchmson Dndertakinff Co. F. S. MITOIJE LL, Funeral Director and Kmbalmer. » 10 South Main. Open Day and Night. Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. 11 OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated bulk seeds. THE BEST IN THE WORLD.

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