The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 11, 1892 · Page 6
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Monday, April 11, 1892
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6. HUTCIIINSCrN DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1892. l-'rom Nrw York. Our Mr. Kcott E. IVinne writes us from New York as follows: NRW YOHK, March III), 1H92. OKAR l r lam happy to nn- nouuee that. I have completed arrangements here in Now Yorlc whereby we arc to hare permanent connections for the placing of loanR oneity property on terms fully as favorable as those cabled from London some clays ago. Willi the connections we now have both In New Yorlc and London we are in position to make snch rales and terms as will secure us the business without a doubt. We will also be in a position to handle some short time loans on both personal and chattel security if we care to bother with that class of business. 1 expeet to be home about the middle of April and will then arrange nil minor details peparatory to making a push for business. Incidentally I have increased our facilities in the Insurance line considerably. 1 am through with all business matters and leave to-morrow for central New Yorlc where I will visit with friends a few days and thon start for home, stopping over a few hours in Cineinnnti, Ohio, on the way. Mail will reach me there in care of Union Central Life Insurance company. Yours affectionately, SCOTT R. WWNK. We publish his letter thinking that it mi ^ht interest some of our patrons. WINNK >fc VVl.NNE, Hutchinson. Kan. Telephone No. 20, To Old Sulillrrn. I Khali open in u few days a real estate, locating engineer's and surveyor's office at the new town which will be located at Keel Hock, on the Santa Fe, thirty-soven miles south of Arkansas City. 1 have J. O. Stewart and others of the original surveyors of that land in my employ. 1 will locate claims, re-establish corners, do the necessary improvement and filing for 935 apiece. Forward power of attor ney, and sond mo discharge or dupli cato, and I will select good claims, and furnish diagrams of lands showing water and other advantages, with filing papers. Send check for $35 with power of attorney to me at Winfleld, Kan., until the strip is opened. CAIT. JAR, W. HAMILTON. CHII You Kltt Heartily, with relish, and without distress afterward? If not, we recommend to you Hood'sSarsupurillu, which creates a good appetite and so invigorates the stomucli and bowels that the food is properly digested and all its nutriment assimilated. Hood's l'ills are purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, effective, 1ml do not cause pain or grippe. He sure to get Hood's, At llir Lutheran Church. The interest and attendance at yesterday's services were good. The services are continued to-night. The subject Of the discourse will be "Salvation ur Condemnation as a Result of the Acceptanceor the Rejection of Christ." Song service at 7:30; preaching at 8 o'clock. Nnthtt* 1o KHUHUH <loiitrnctorn. Sealed proposals for the construction of the Kansas World's Columbian Building will be received at the office of W. H.Smith, 7-'D Jackson street, Topeka, Kan., until S o'clock p. m., April UB, 18U:J. flans and specifications can be seen at the office of Seymour Davis, architect, Rooms. iir> to 37, Crawford building, Topeka, Kan., after April 4, ISO:;. W. 11. SMITH, Secretary. W. C. T. IT. Meeting. The regular business meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held next Tuesday afternoon, April 12, at the liome of Mrs. .1. W. Jones. North Main. All members of the union and all interested in temperance work are requested to attend. LIZZIK HitnwN, Secretary. Will Uo to MCI'IUTHOII. IJB, Uue division, U. It. K. of P., from this city will attend the regimental meeting at McPhorsou next Thursday. They will take the Second Regiment band with them with twenty pieces. The boys will make u fine display, and be a credit to our city. Hoclal UntlinrlHK. The Young People's Society of Christian Eudeavor of the Christian church will give a social at the Christian church building, corner of Main street and Fifth avenue on Thursday night. A literary ' programme is being prepared, and will be announced later. A Still Alurm. A still alarm was turned in from Sherman street west, about II 9'clock occasioned by some children throwing hot ashes in some trash in the alley. No serious damage was done. He caroful of the small tires. COLD IN DEATH- Sin, It. 11. WiUon Sunk I 'lTiicrdilly to Sleep nt 8 O'clock l.uftt Kvcnlnp. Mrs. Ida H. Wilson, wife of Dr. K. It. Wilson died nt her homo 4211 Avenue A cast, last evening at H o'clock, surrounded by the members of her family, her parents, medical attendants and friends. She had been dangerously sick but a week, and her death WIIB unexpected by those nround her until the dark angel was very near. At II o'clock yesterday, she spoke hopefully to her husband, expressing a belief that she would get well. •She lenvos an infant child B days old, a little boy 5 years old, n loving, devoted husband, parents, brothers and sisters and a host of friends to mourn her loss. Mrs. Wilson was the daughter of <T. H. Crlasscook and wife, formerly of this city, now or Oregon, Missouri. She and her husband were united in marriage in West Virginia, six years ugo. They have lived in this city for five years, during which time, by their gentle manners, kindly words and deeds, have endeared themselves to many persons. Dr. Wilson is one of onr best eitizons, a successful physician, and had just reach that point in life when itseomed that business success was assured, a comfortable and pleasant home wero his and life indeed looked promising. Just at such a time to be overtaken by such a misfortune is hard indeed, and Dr. Wilson, to-day, has the deepest sympathy from every heart in the city. Mrs. Wilson was a devoted wife and mother, an earnest and consclencious Christian lady, a member of the M. E, church and ever had a warm spot in her heart for the sick and distressed, although, she, horself, knew nothiiig of sickness, having always been a healthy, robust woman. "In the midst of life wo are in death." She was patient during her short illness and bore her affliction with fortitude. She was an honored member of the Daughters of Rebeckah, being Jat one time their presiding officer. She was also a member of the Degree of Honor, having represented the order in grand a lodge, and was one of the grand lodge officers at the time of death. These two orders, together with the Modern Woodmen will attend the fu ncral in a body, on Wednesday, at 3 •'clock p. m., which occurs at the First M. E. church, Rev. Somerville officiating. The deceased had all the care and medical attendance that could possibly be given. Drs. Colladuy and Klippel, one or both being at her side continually. It is expected that the infant child will be taken by Mrs. Wilson's mother, to her home in Missouri. Dr. Wilson, hiR children, the parents, brothers and sisters of the deceased have the deepest sympathy of their many friends, and in this hour of deep affliction can only point them to him wlio hath said: "The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. Blessed be the muue of the Lord." Knt'om-agp Them. The Second Regiment boys are preparing a programme for their concert to be given in the opera house, on Friday night, April 15. We are proud of the boys, and never mention them without a feeling of superiority over most of the cities of the state, and yet we expect too much of the hoys, We expeet them to maintain the proud distinction which they have achieved in the past, without lending them substantial encouragement. Every man, woman and child in the city owe a debt of gratitude to the Second Regiment for parade honors captured for our city upon many an occasion, and if we feel like paying a little of that debt, and encouraging the boys we will fill the opera house full to overflowing next Friday night. Will we do it? A FI110 I.ol or Cutt lr. W. 11. Morrison and .lames. If oak loft yesterday for Kansas City, each one taking a fine lot of cattle for that market. Still we have plenty of choice "heelers" left. Knuuiroil for the Next Wet. The hen that is responsible for the Easter.eggs in luues' window, can not be secured for love nor money, She is engaged for the next "set." KHHler Noclut. The ludies of the M. E. Church will g \ie an Easteu social at the residence of A. M. Jewell, ou Thursday night.- Byerybody invited. S member the date, and do not fail to attend if you would enjoy » pleasant evening. DEMOCRATIC MEETING, Deleicnton Appointed to Attrnrl the Ntnte Convention. At tho meeting of the Democrats of Reno county, at the Brunswick hotel, Inst Saturday, the following delegates were chosen to the state convention at Snlina, to elect delegates to the nn- tlonnl Democratic convention: James McKinstry, Sims Ely, A. N. Iiont;:, James McClain, S. F. Hutton, John F. Blackburn and Jack Parker. Each dclcgute is permitted to select his own alternate and to so notify him. A resolution instructing the dolcgales to support in every way possible, Mr. Mitchell, of Newton, for delegate at large, was warmly debated for the time being, and finally tabled. The county was fairly well represented, and, aside from the Mitchell debate, everything seemed to be harmonious. It was a Cleveland meeting. Hill was not mentioned. The MHO Who Kept Alum. He was reading a newspapor in the reading room of the Brunswick hotel last Saturday night, and he suddenly looked up and said to the youug man on his left: "It's wonderful how these papers do git on to things, hnin't it?" "1 have often thought so." "They must have fellers out, bunting up news all the time." "Yes." "Nabur o' mine got mad at his wife and cuffed her ears. Didn't seem to be nobody around when he done It, and they made right up, but it all come out in the paper big as life." "Did, eh?" "Every bit of it, and a little more. Can't see how on earth they got it, but there it was. I fooled 'em, though. That's one time they got left." "How was that?" "Somebody robbed my house the other day. We kinder think we know who it was. I went to the police, and they told me to keep mum, and not utter a whisper. They are working on the case yet." "How much were your robbed of?" "About 820 all told, but I'm going to keep mum, you know." "I see. Isn't your name Henry Davis?" "Davis! Oh, no: my name's Oeorge Work Progressing. Hit now happens that if present arrangements materialize in the "actual business department" that we will huve a canning factory in the course of construction in a very short time after the cheese factory and creamery are sturtcd up. There are many farmers and gardeners in tho country who are putting an unusual amount of stuff in the ground, and the indications now are that the canning factory will have about oil it can do at its proposed capacity for the first year, after which, if the matter is a success it will bo increased as demands require. Asked to Htop. A merchant who has boon advertising extensively in the local columns of the NEWS lately, stopped our advertising solicitor on tho streets this morning, and told him to stop certain lines of his advertising until he secured more help iu that department. Our solicitor now wants to meet the man who says advertising don't pay. He wishes to refer him to Mr. Brehm, pro prlctor of the Bon Ton bakery. KMtftcr Supper. The ladies of the Baptist church aro arrauging for a gruud supper—the grandest ever given in tho city—to be given in the church on Monday night April 18th, in connection with which will be rendered a literary programmo of unusual Interest: It Is expected to have the most successful time ever before experienced at any of their church gatherings. Re "Yes, yes. And you live on First avenue?" "No, sir, 1 live on Avenuo A east. What you writing down there?" "Some notes about the robbery. Look in the paper Monday!"' The old man looked after him as he went out and he held his mouth open for fully a minute. Then lie closed it with a sudden snap and said: "Well, I swan! bull orter be taken out and fed on grass!" After a few bold dashes at police headquarters, the reporter discovered that some one had entered a house on Avenue A east, and taken therefrom $20 and a pair of pantaloons, in the pocket of which the hill was cosily resting. The thief is supposed to be one of a party of campers just north of the street car terminus, with whom the northeuders have had so much trouble concerning the ownership of chickens for the past few days, and for whom the officers have a clever trap laid, and who will find themselves in a hot box if they do not move on or quit their potty thieving. A heavy explosion in that part of the city, almost any night, should they remain, will indicate that the chicken thieves have been blown up. Notice, A special conclave of Reno Com- mandery is hereby called for Monday and Tuesday evenings of this week. Business: Inspection and drill. All members are requested to be present. By order of Eminent Commander. J. S. MAY, Recorder. Attention. La Rue Division U. R. K. of P. meets for drill to-night. Every member is expected to be present. Official Statement Of the condition of the Valley Slate bank, at Hutchinson, state of Kansas, at the close of business on the :iuth day of March, KESOUllCES. Loans... $200,4*4 511 Overdrafts 1,805 57 Heal estate 20,000 00 Furniture and Uxtures !i,i)DH n:t Expense account no 87 Bonds........ 8.000 00 Cash and sight exchange 32,088 50 Total ja05,04K 40 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in...- 8100,000 00 Surplus and prolits 18,!!llll 110 Deposits 153,081 80 Total »265,048 40 State of Kansas, County of Hcno, ss. I, O. U. Wllltey. cashier of said bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true, to the best of ray knowledge and belief, bo help me God. 0.11. WILM.EY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me. this oth day of April, 1802. c. L. BOWMAN. Notary Public. (My commission expires on the 20th day of September, 1802.) Correct. Attest: J. L. l'KNNY, J. M. MlJI .KKV, WM. K. HVTUIUNHON, Directors. Administrator's Sale. Notice Is hereby given that on Friday the ll >< h day of April, 1802, at 2 o'clock p. m., 1 will offer for sale and sell for cash af public auction all the household and kitchen furniture and other personal belongings of the late J. K. hwlgart, deceased, at BU fate residence, No. 417 Sherman street east L. A. Biouiu, Administrator. SAVE YOUR, • DOLLARS< BY TRADING " WITH SAVE YOUR I DOLLARS < r BWRADING 1 IT" .WITH Try a Sack of KING KANSAS Flour, The Best ) Flour in the Market, and only $1.25 per sack, at SOUR GRAPES. We don't let them hang on our "tree of trade." We leave it to the public to judge us, OUR I'RICES, OUR C.OODS, OUR STOCK. You never see ua misrepresent any article. We pay for this space to make trade and friends;, but, kind reader, don't get us mixed up with other clothing advertisements. We cannot afford to sell a 83 article for 81. Neither can any other business firm. The profit 1B not in the article. Hut wo do claim to undersell competition, and WE DO, WE WILL, WE CAN. Remember wo are the acknowledged LEADERS OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHINGS and IIATS. We are certain we will make you feel satisfied and happy. If yon »ro not a customer of ours, come in and got acquainted, and, if prices intoro»t you, we are the people you will trade with. See our light colored Prince Albort suits, $15, $S0 and $35. Sec our English worsted Prince Albert suits, 815, $30 and 955, See our mammoth stock of men's suits, from $2.60 to $25. -. See our spring $5 suits, 80.50 suits and 88 suits. See our straw hats, from 25c to $2. See our boys' hats and caps, from 20c to 75c. Inspect our children's department for suits, 75c to $10. Besuro you viBit us before yon buy clothing of nny kind. Did see our candle? SIOO 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. The, candle is 13 inches in diameter, about 33W inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1392. LEADERS g®U OF UTCHINSOtC LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS RETAILED AT Clothing WHOLESALE PRICES We handle in such large qualities that we have at last become able to buy and sell at what our competitors—small dealers—PAY FOR THEIR GOODS, and at the same time give yon better value in make and fit. Come with the crOwd, the money savers, to 11!) North Main street. TUE 21 South Main. THE Hutchinson Music COMPANY. DKAI.RK6IN Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Chiekering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush & G-ertz, PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. Are as flexible and dainty as tho finest turn. Arc the easiest walking shoes made the cork acting us a cushion to the foot. Are the most healthful shoes made, as cork is a non-conductor of heat and cold. Ladies wearing them need not fear cold, damp or rough walks. The cork is secured in a pocket, which is sewed in with the seam, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For Bale by YOUNG BROS. SAVEYOUR. • DOLLARS< BY TRADING WITH US SAVE YOUR, • DOLLARS< BY TRADING 1 WITH US Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Flue rigs, stylish teams ind the finest funeral :ar and white hearse i n • she state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND GALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. 1E£. F. PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on band a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS.' TP. S. MITCHELL, Funeral Director and Kmbalnaer. 10 South Main. Open Day »»d Nlg-ht. Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention? Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER, JADE OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated, bulk seeds. v . THE BEST IN THE WORLD. F

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