6. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, lfc»2. RLSAVEYQURJI m DOLLARS v3 fir by ™S ,NG> W From New York. t)ur Mr. Scott K. Wlnnc writes us from New York us follows: NKW YOIIK, March 30. IM>3. IlKAR FATHKII: I am happy to announce that I have completed arrangements here in New York whereby we are to hare permanent connections for the placing: of lonns oncity property on teruiH fully an favorable us those cabled from London some clay» ago. With the f.onnectlonB wo now have both in New York and London wo are in position to make Mich rates and terms as will secure us the business without a «loul )t. We will also he in a position to handle Home short time loans on both personal and chattel security if we care to bother with that class of business. I expeot to be home about the middle of April and "will then arrange all minor details pcparcitory to making a push for business. Incidentally 1 have increased our facilities in the insurance line considerably. 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, stopping over a few hours in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the way. Mail will reaeli me there in care of Union Central Life Insurance company. Yours affectionately, NOOTT li. WlNNK, We publish his letter thinking; that It might interest some of our patrons. WfN.NK A. WlNNK, Hutchinson. Kan. ^ Telephone No. HUM I'lKiirlMK- A good story is told on Carswell's head man at the Western Union office. It was something like this: One night last week a guest of the 'Brunswick hotel handed in a message. The operator counted the words and announced that tl\e charge was fifty oents. The gentleman handed over a •SIO bill which the operator mistook for a $1 bill, and gave him back a half dollar. Tho gentlemou left the ofliee without noticing tho mistake. l'res- •ently he discovered it and returned to the operator's desk: "Wasn't that a SKI bill I t'livc you a while ago?" he said. The operator opened his drawer and looked at the bill. "Why, yes," he exclaimed. "I thought it was a one. Ilere it is." and lie handed over the bill. "Now I owe you 511 cents," said the yeutleman. "Oil, no you don't," said the operator. "Oh, yes I do," replied the gentleman. "The lelegrum was ,">0 cents .you know," and he handed over a half .dollar and walked oft". "I'm into that fellow .VI cents," remarked the operator to the bookstand keeper, "and I can't make him see it." "Not much," returned the bookstand man. "lie's into you .Ml cents," and the operator bus been trying to tigure it out ever since. To Olil Kuldti'l 'K. I shall open in a few days a real estate, locating engineer's and surveyor's ulilce at the new town which wi]J be located at Red UoeK, on the Santa Fe, thirty-seven miles south of Arkansas City. I have ,1. O. .Stewart anil \ others of the original surveyors of that laud in my employ. 1 will locate claims, re-establish corners, do the necessary improvement and filing for $25 apiece. Forward power of attorney, and send me discharge or duplicate, and I will select guod claims, and furnish diagrams of lands showing water and other advantages, with filing papers. Mend check for $25 with power of attorney to me at Winfleld, Kan., until tho strip is opened. CAIT. ,IAS. W. HAMILTON. OUT OF SIGHT. RENO COUNTY FARMERS TAKING KINDLY TO OUR PLAN. Th'o l.lHt #»r l*riMnlum« OflVrml t>y Our Flume IVopIc Will Amount to Hrv^rnf ThiitiMiml I>oIlnr»-Il Will All (In to Rimo County Fiirmrrn HU (1 Itcmnln In t.ncnl Clrculttttou. white apron. He proposes to furnish his customers with the choicest meats Unit the market of the land can afford. He lias secured the services of that veteran cutter, .1. W. Uartman, who can make a steak or chop tasto as sweet as tin; milk of human kindness. JIr ' Wilcox asks for a slulru °* your patronage, and guarantees satisfaction. A SIllllllTt. MlHtuko. Mothers frequently make a mistake in neglecting tlie Cough of a child. A Kovt Wayne, I ml., lady writes; My little daughter (i yearsold hud a severe cough but us it was nothing unusual I thought nothing of it, and allowed it to run on for four or five weeks, when it became so obstinate she began losing llesh. 1 culled in a physician who treated her three weeks without beue- llt. A neighbor insisted upon iny trying Mallard's Ilorehound (Syrup; it relieved her from the lirst dose and she began gaining llesh rapidly, when we had used two bottles hercough hail entirely disappeared. 1 would not be without it. It does not constipate my children. Mallard's Ilorehound Syrup , is tree from Opiutes. It's the best Throat and Lung medicine in the world. Trice, rale, and $1.00. Sold by all druggists. Notice to Kantian CoiilmclorN. Sealed proposals for tho construction of the Kansas World's Columbian Jluilding will be received at the oillce of W. II. Smith, 7:::; .lacksou street, Topeka, Kan., until :: o'clock p. in., April 28. ls'.c.'. Plans ami specifications can be seen attheoHicooi Seymour Davis, architect, llooms Sf> to 37, Crawford building, 'l'opeka, Kan., after April 4, J8D:.'. W. II. SMITH, Secretary. Notice. The members of the Degree of Honor lire requested to meet at the Grand hull to-night at 7:;i0, to make arrangements for Sister Wilson's funeral. MATTIIS HOFFMAN, C, 11. LAKANOHA MNVUKH. Itecorder. the Live Commercial Club. The Commercial club met •oiIl «t> of the Kunsas Grain Stock company last night, and ur- ranged to reut the four front rooms on the north side of the riorth hall in the Higley building. A Haven township farmer was in the city last night—stayed over to hear the news—and was caught up by the reporter in the office of the Hotel Midland. After passing the usual simulations, prophesying on the weather, etc., the conversation turned to the NKWS. Said Mr. Miller, for that was his name, "I sec by the NKWS that certain of Hutchinson's busiuess men propose to offer cosh premiums for the best samples of farm and garden products of various kinds. Do you know that we are rather egotistic on the question of Hue farm products. We think in Haven township that there is not a region on earth that can for a rainuto compare with our lands in cereals of all kinds, and I learn that many of our farmers are preparing to walk away with all such honors." The reporter reminded Mr. Miller that we have some elegant farms and farmers in Keno county, not situated in Haven township, among whom cmi be found some of the most successful eastern farmers, who will guard their claims in raising good grain, as zealously as can be. The reporter called his attention also, to the fact that some of the choicest apple orchards in the county are not situated in Haven township. Mr. Miller listened attentively, a twinkle all the while beaming from his eyes, and finally he replied: "If the Hutchinson merchants pursue the course they have started on you will find out who can raise the finest crops of all kinds. Even in the matter of apples we can not be beaten. The reporter called his attention to Messrs. Cole, Crow. Uayl, Hartford, Dctrlet and several others, but with a knowing smile he said: "You will see." Quite a number of our merchants have expressed a willingness to give a certain sum to be used as a premium among' the farmers. As soon as a few more names are secured, and the premium for which they will pay a stated amount has been named, the list will be published. In the merntime, farm ers, look to your planting. (let to Work. The reporter has been approached by a large number of persons who feel that it is high time Unit work was begun on a wigwam, such as has been described In these columns a number of times, that will seat from 1,(100 to 1,500 persons. The. idea of the. majority of persons that we have talked to is this: Mvery man in the city, and members of all parties and organizations are interested in having large gatherings here, and that a place should be provided to accommodate them after they shall have come. To this end every man in Hutchinson, regardless of political or religious belief, should assist in the construction of such a building, and let any and all parties, organizations, etc., use it. This seems to be the most feasible plan yet proposed, and should enlist the sympathy and support of every one. There has been nu urgent demand for a building of this kind for a long time, and it should be so constructed as to be u permanent affair in a measure. We have several large conventions and oilier gatherings to be held here the. coming summer and the citizens of the city should take pride in seeing that a wigwam that will accommodate from 1,000 to 1,500 persons is immediately builf.. Let everybody be interested in the matter. It now only requires that some one take the lead and start a list for such a purpose, and it will be done directly. Hutchinson people generally act quickly and with effect. To CoHMt ami (iulf. Mr. M. K. Allison who travels in the interests of the Water Power company of this city, left for the west last night. He will go to the coast and to the. gulf before returning. Hutchinson flour lms a wonderful reputation in the western and southern states, and no man is better able to keep up the rep utiition than Mr. Allison. He knows that his people make good flour, and he has no hesitancy in, bringing it in contact with any and all flour on the market. In speaking of his last trip over this route of which we bnvo just spoken Mr. Allison said: "I traveled through more than twenty states and territories, visited a great many cities and towns! and talked with a great muuy traveling men. Three-fourths of all of these persons, I count myself among the three-fourths crowd, too, state uu HiuUUiedly that Kansas leads.all of lliriu, and that Reno county is the best county, and Hutchinson the prettiest and best city of all they have seen. Some might consider this boasting, but it is facts just the same." The reporter ilgnredthat Mr Allison was starting out from home all right, and so left him. Modern Woodmen, Attention. At the meeting of Camp No. 508, M. W. A., Monday evening, It was decided that Hutchinson Camp would attend the meeting of the Head office at Wichita, Thursday, April !!8th in a body. For the especial accommodation of the Wood men of this part of the state the date was postponed from the- 27th to the, 'J8th that an all day session might be held. The programme will consist of a parade of Woodmen, over 1,000 of whom are expected to be present, a banquet with speeches by head officers and a secret session for the exemplification of the "unwritten work. Arrangements have been made with the Missouri Pacific road for aspeeial train to leave at about I) a. m., and return at midnight, or at such hour us the eamp may desire. The. expense will be one fare for the round trip—SI. 11. It is urged upon every member of the order to avail himself of this opportunity to attend. The wives, sisters, sweethearts and friends of Woodmen are all invited. Any person wishiug to avail himself of this opportunity to visit Wichita upon this excursion will please leave his name with W. R. Marshall, chairman of committee of arrangements. Every Woodman who can possibly do so will be expected to be present., A. M. IIiri.cniNsoN, Vcn C. W. It. MAJtsuAM., Clerk. World 'H Fair Meeting. Tlie ladies of Hutchinson will be ad dressed by Mrs. Mitchell, lady world's fair commissioner, at the Santa Fe ho tel' on Thursday afternoon at3 o'clock. It is earnestly requested that a large number of ladies be present. Every one is invited, and each one should feel deeply enough interested In the matter to attend and hear what Mi's Mitchell says. Ladies, this is your meeting, and you do not want to be bo hind any other county in Kansas, so do not fail to be present. A liCHO^tltlOU. At the meeting of Democrats from various points in the Seventh district, yesterday, at the Brunswick hotel, the following was indorsed unanimously Resolved, That at a conference of the Seventh congressional district it is deemed that the. necessities of the situation therein and the future of tht* Democratic party demands that the congressional eommiUee in said diS' triet call tin early convention for the nomination of a candidate for congress, and to take such steps as will put the Democratic party upon a higher plain of progress anil prosperity. Ollielitl Snitcinciit Of tlie lliniurlal condition of Die Valley State luinfc. al lHitcMnsun. stale of Kansas, at the close of business on the '.'nth dav of March. I Hill). HKSOUHCHS. Loans 3'.>00,44i 511 Overdrafts 1,806 57 Heal estate 20,000 00 Furniture and fixtures t',tlOI( ll.'l Expense account 00 8' llonds S.000 00 Cash and sight exchange • • • »2,0*8 53 Total. ...$'«l5.3t8 'ID LIADILITIIOS. Capital slock uairt in $100,000 00 Surplus and nrollta 12,200 (10 Deposits I5:t,081 80 Total I'MSfiiB 40 State of Kansas, County of Ueno. . I. C. I). Wimey, cashier of said bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. So help me God. 0. II. WILFM3Y, • Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this tlth day of April. IBOU. U, L. UOWMAH. Notary Public, (Mv commission expires on the "Olh day of September. lHlia./ Correct. Atlest: .1. L. PKKN-Y, .1. M. MtJI.KKV, VV.M. li. HUTCHINSON, Directors. fei m mill MARK MA! PATENT LEAVENWORTH. Kl Try a Sack of KING KANSAS Flour, The Best Flour in the Market, and only $1.25 per sack, at SOUR GRAPES. We den't let them hang on our "tree of trade." We leave it to the public to judge us, OUU PRICES, OUR GOODS, OUtt STOCK. Yon never see us misrepresent any nrticle. We pay for this space to make trade and friends: but, kind reader, don't get us mixed up witli other clothing advertisements. We cannot afford to sell a.?S article for SI. Neither can any other business firm. The profit is not in the article. . Hut we do claim to undersell competition, and WE DO, WE WILL, WE CAN. Remember we are the acknowledged LEADERS OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MEN'S FUUNI8BINGS and HATS. We nro certain we will make you feel satisfied and happy. If y 0 u are not a customer of ours, come in And get acquainted, and, if prices interest you, w* are tho people you will trade with. See our light colored Prince Albert suits. 81.1. 820 and 825. See our English worsted Prince Albert suits, S15, 82" and Soe our mammoth stock of men's suits, from S2.M) to ?"5. See our spring 85 suits, SC.fiO suits and SS suits. Sec our straw hats, from 25c to 83. See our boys' hats and caps, from 20c to 75c. lnspoct our children's department fov suits. ™5e to 810. ISe sure you visit us before yon buy clothing of any kind. / Did see our candle? SIOO IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY. To the purty or parties guessing the time or nearest the tin take our candle to burn. , The candle is 12 inches in diamcte M},; inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. C< get guess tickets nearest the time it will ncter, about _ Come and Candle will be lit July 4, 1802. • LEADERS '<m, OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING:, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS THE 21 South Main. THE chinson: Music COMPANY. Clothing RETAILED AT 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 malic and fit. Come with the crOwd, the money savers, to 1 Hi North Main street. SAVE YOUR, \DOLLARS I BY TRADING 1 WITH US DKAMUtS I.N Administrator's Sale. Notice is hereby piven that on Kriday the Kith day of April, at a o'clock i>. m., I will (ifier for wale and well for cash at public auction all the household and kltchca furniture and other personal belongings of the laic J. It. Swigart„deceascd, at his late residence. No, 41 1 Sherman street east. L. A. UitiUKR, Administrator., K. N. G. AT THE OPERA HOUSE. FRIDAY NIGHT, - - JIPRIL 15. Grand Concert by the Famous SECOND - - REGIMENT - - BAND. Jsew Pronrlutor, E. 11. Wilcox bus purchased the Missell meat market, and donned tho 25 6 MEN SOLOISTS 25 6 Admission, 50o. Gallery. 25o SEATS OK SUE «T QPEHA HOUSE BOOK STORE. ^street cars at the door after the entertainment. Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Chickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush G-ertz^ PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. > O m CO O O 3D CO D.I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams tnd the finest funeral ;ar and white hearse i a the state. ROGKAWAY AND LANDEAIi FOR WEDDINGS AND CALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. £1. F. PLATE, 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. ' Hutchioson Undertaking Co. F. g. MITCHELL, Funeral Director and Krabalmer. L. 10 South aialu. Open Day and Night. O 5 r- 2 m o o x o m Are as flexible and dainty as the tlu- est turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the eorU acting us a cushion to the foot. Arc the most healthful shoes made, as cork is a non-conductor of heat and cold. Ladies wearing them need not fear cold, dump or rough walks. Tho cork is secured in a pocket, which is sewed in with tho scam, holding it firmly In place, and its guaranteed not to work looso or curl up. For sale by YOUNG BROS. Telegraph Orders G-iven Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER, E. OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated bulk seeds. THE BEST LN THE WORLD.
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