The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 13, 1892 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 13, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, A PHIL 1«, 1892. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. THE~NEWS "PUBLISHING CO, j.INt). 1.. HrONSI.ER, • Secretary ami lhwlnen* Malinger. BALLARD, SEVERANCE & CO., Wholesale Notions and Fancy Goods, No. 10 .Second Ave. East. Oloee Price to Dealers. JJOCTOR SCHURR OFFICE JNo. 21 N, MAIN. 'RESIDENCE, 122 SEVENTH E. Night, calls given prompt attention. EMERSOISTCAREY, a mm W! Dealer in HIDES, TALLOW, PELTS and FURS, Yards and office opp. court EASTER SALE. EASTER GLOVES See our Biarritz in Spring- colors. Easter Neck Wear EASTER UMBRELLAS Let April shower. Umbrellas from H8e to810 00. Stake expressly for us in Philadelphia. See our Pen t's London made umbrella. EASTER HOSIERY In cottou, lisle ami Billt. See din* Hermsilorf, fust black,, six paii- for $1-25. Easter Underwear New stock"-—in all grades. Easter White Goods Exclusive Dry Goods House. J. S. DUNN, OPTICIAN, 112 North Main St., HUTCHINSON, : KANSAS. We are "Bucking the Pool" ON WALL PAPER, And underselling- everybody on all grades. Wo have definitely decided to go entirely out of the wall paper business, as we needthe room for our DRUG STOCK, And guarantee to make the lowest figures ever quoted in Hutchinson. [lj J. M. BEAM. Prop Going into the A Wall Paper Business. NO OLD FATERN8. NEW GOODS. We arc not Experienced Belling it ut cost, hangers furnished but at a to put it on fair, living profit. the wall. COBURN & DETAR, AT THE OPERA HOUSE BOOK STORE Are in the. wall, paper business to stay W R MARSHALL & CO. PRECIOUS JEMS, FINE JEWELRY, CUT CRYSTAL, WATCHES, CLOCKS EYJ2 GLASSES. OPERA GLASSES: OLDEST JEWELRY HOUSE IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED, 1670. 11 N0R.TH MAIN. Sec theso prices on WALL PAPER. Brown, JOc to 12>£e per double roll. Weites, l!ie per double roll. Gilts, :.'oc to 50c per double roll. IHrge's specials flOc to 81 per double roll Ingrains, 40c tqOflcper double roll. Other paperlSWlRproportibn. All paper matched In combinations with borders and ceilings. Escpcrienced hangers furnished. All work guaranteed. H. D. WINSLOW'S. CITY NEWS- City made pants. Wanamalter & Urowu'a. ^ 4t Hand concert Friday night April 15, at the opera house. Dog muzzles at A. D. KrouBc's. lit Edwards &• Co. have cream ptiifs. 3t Linen vests. Wanamaker & Brown. Bnby carriages at a bnrgain at King's. tf The Uniform Rank K. of P. met Ue,t night. Dog muzzles at Allen Bros'., 25 oast Sherman street. It The cheapest place in the city to buy your groceries is at Edwards ACo.'s, •103 north .Main street. St Furnishing goods, Wanamaker &. Urown. It (Jo to the Presbyterian supper Friday night. Nice bright lemons '-'0 cents u dozen ut Cunningham's. The 0. of II. and D. of R, each met last night and arranged to attend the funeral of Mrs. It. B. Wilson. The finest candies in the city at the Bon Ton. . 5t Dog muzzles at A. D. Krouse's. i Nobby pants lit Wanamaker & Hrown's. -It The gentlemen of the Presbyterian fair are making grand preparations for their supper Friday night. Don'.t forget the cake walk at the supper to be given by the gentlemen of the Presbyterian church. -Encourage the boys in building up the best band in Kansas by buying a ticket to their concert April 15. Dog muzzles at A. 1). Krouse's. Spring overcoats at WannmaUer &. Brown's. 4t The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a dinner in the Puter baugh building on Saturday, April at Beautiful spring suitings, the. latest spring styles at Wanamaker & Brown's. 4t If you want nice fresh bread everyday leave your order at Edwards Co., 403 North Main, and their wagon will bring the bread to your door. 3t A gentleman put a two line notice in our want column yesterday and had four answers from it up to noon today. Try the want column. Edwards &• Co., 403 North Main, wish to remind the public that they still make the best bread to be found i the city. 3t See the $20 suit's, u great bargain, at Wauuuu\ker & Brown's. 4t Vegetation has greened up wonderfully within the past thirty-six hours. Herds of cattle will soon be seen on the prairies again. Dog muzzles at A. 0. Krouse's. 2t Carey is still in the coal business, tf Special prices on bananas at Cunningham's, 13 South Main. Buy of the business men who advertise. Why buy a poor quality of candies when you can get the best by going to the Bon Ton bakery. at Attend the supper to be given by the gentlemen of the Presbyterian church, Friday night, and see for yourself if they can beat the ladies in the art of giving a supper. Marshal Miller shot a dog to-day, in front of the Golden Eagle hall, which showed symptoms of hydrophobia or poi.-.= Dning. If you want them you can get them at Wanamaker & Brown's. It Special service and everything possi ble to' dp, will be done to get you through on time via the Santa Fe. Don't forget they have two" distinct and direct lines into and through Oklahoma. April 10 is the day. -1-20 - Spring overcoats and rain coats made to order at Wanamaker & Brown's. 3t Every person in the city should buy a ticket to the band concert, whether they attend or not. The money IB used to maintain a band we are all proud of. April 19th is the day the Cheyenne and Arapahoe lands will be opened for bettlement. Remember the Santa Fe is the only line in it. Call at their ticket office and get special folder. 4-20 For lame back side or chest, us Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 centB For sale by A. A. Drug Co. Sweet Florida oranges • at Cunningham's, 13 South Main. Everything new at Mrs. Berglof's gallery, 19 South Main. tf Take the Santa Fe There is a farm, in it for you, and no string on it. April 10th is the day and the Santa Fe is the line. 1-20 Bring your magazines and books to the NEWS bindery and have them neat ly bound. It is the best way to preserve them. Advertisers should make a note of these figures: Your advertisement run one week in the Hutchinson Daily and Weekly NEWS appears in 18,600 papers and in one month in 7U.400 papers Five persons on an average read a paper, this will make your advertisement read 93,000 times in a week and 397,000 In a month. • Remember these figures when you place your "ads." The well-known Boston music publisher, Mr. F\ Trifet, 408 Washington street, has published a collection of songs that is a credit* alike to the compiler and to Mr. Charles D. Blake, who arranged the music. He has so con­ structed and harmonized the selections that not only can they be sung with or without accompaniment, but were the words of every song removed there would boa collection of instrumental pieces left without altering a single note. The choice of selections ranges from religious to secular, pathetic to humorous, ancient to modern—in short, from everything to .Its opposite. There are 35(1 pages, with 400 songs, and the volume is neutiy printed and bound. By mail to any address it is sent postpaid for (10 cents, paper, or SI, boards. Few, if any, other music books can compare with it as regards quantity, quality or price. It is nn excellent fireside companion, and will help to while away many ahappyhonr in hundreds of homes. Go to Gahan's for punts. tf. PERSONAL. W. S. Yeager of Sylvia, was in the city lust night. W. S. Austin of Sylvia, was in the city on business to-day. Geo. McKeowin of Abbyville, was in the city on business to-day. J. A. Clark of f.indsborg, the veteran shoe drummer, was in the city to-day. Geo. II. Lovegroove of New York, was registered at the Midland last night. Morris Applegate of Lynn, Mass., is looking after property interests in the city. Misses Flora Wooden and Emma Fontron left this morning for Emporia to enter college. W. II. Moore, special accountant for the state auditor, was transacting business in the city to-day. E. B. Hubbard of Kansas City, connected with the'i'iipid-transit system of that city, was here on business to-day. Warren Foster returned from a trip to the cast, this morning, singing that old familiar strain, "There's no place like Reno county, etc." Cy Thuvman's pleasant face -was seen on the streets yesterday. ; He is one of those jolly, good natured fellows who always brings a nice shower when he comes. Scott E. Winne returned home this morning, after a two months sojourn in Europe. He is looking fat and hearty, and has gained eighteen pounds while over the waters. D. W. Shivw, representing the Kansas City Paper company, was transacting business in this city to-day and paid this office his respects. lie reports business good all along the line, W. R. Morrison and Mr. iludley returned from Kansas City this morning, where they each took a fine bunch of cattle'. They look smiling and pleasant, so we presume they struck a g6od luavlcct. Ed. F. Ilarsha returned from Kansas City this morning. He reports an abundance of moisture in eastern Kansas, but not such crop prospects as we have in the central and western part of the state. Ralph Thompson was in Lyons yesterday unloading a steam plow wliich will immediately go to work turning sod at the rate of 84 inches at each round. lie claims to be able to plow 15 acres at an expense of about #12. The plow will be run both night and day. Onn 't. Want a Herd. E. L. Odcll came into the office just after the morning's delivery of the. mail, yesterday, almost put of breath, and asked to have his "Wanted: A cow," taken out. ne said that he did not want a whole herd. Each mail brought him dozens of propositions, besides every hour in the day found him with an opportunity to buy cows bythedozen. Do you think thut it does not pay to let your wants be known through the NEWS? Ask Ed Odell. >• Didn't Want to Uo. A strange gentleman became too hilarious on the street this afternoon, and had to be given a course in the "sobering department" at the hotel de Jones. It took the combined pursua sive force of Marshall Miller and Officer Sickman to get hini to the cooler. Do Not Forget. Ladies, do not forget the World's Fair meeting to be addressed by Mrs. Mitchell, lady commissioner, at the Santa Fe hotel, on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Every lady should be present and lend her influence. Don't forget the date and hour. Having just returned from New York with my new stock of goods I am prepared to show you novelties in dress goods and dress trim mings not to-be found elsewhere in the city Sole agent for Smith &AngeLTs celebrated black hosiery. Butterick patterns, of which we keep a full line. Metropolitan fash- on sheet sent free one year on receipt of 12c to pay postage. Tlitinkft. Mr. L. A. Pennington has sold his stock of groceries to Messrs. Cuson .fe Watson. He wishes to thank the people of Hutchinson foi the patronage they have given him. and hopes they will continue to patronize his successors. Messrs. Cuson it Watson, L. A. Pennington's successors, have a card in another part of this paper to which we invite our readers attention. Mr. Cuson in a new comer in Hutchinson, having recently moved here from Ohio. Mr. Watson is well known in the city, having been employed by\Mr. Button for the past three, years The new firm will make a strong one. ProKntuttiiF. ' The following programme will be rendered at the Christian church this evening: Vocal i Clay Alien vocal Duett ... |-clarenceHawley Reading Miss TJUIU Maltinger Kecltaihm. "The Two Dances," Wra. Keller Vocal Solo Harry Roberts Recitation Leno Page Vocal Solo MI33 Manic Duulap ncix -in,. nriii I Bjtlicllo Itfable Payne Dels.irte Drill....... , uJa?c , (Top!1 y) Multey No admission will be charged. All are cordially invited to attend. Wilden's ice cream will be served after the programme. Laid to «<»t. The little son of Mrs. A. B. Clark oi Kearney. Neb., was interred in the cemetery at this place yesterday. The mother was visiting friends at Sterling when the child took suddenly ill and died. Mrs. Clark is the widow of A. B. Chirk who died a little ovur a year ago, and who was well-known to many of ovu citizens. -Mrs. Clark- is a sister of A. .1. Higloy. The lonely mother has tlie sympathy of many friends in her sore affliction. Rev. Irwin conducted the funeral services. ITT GIVEN AWAY! GIVEN AWAY! Something that mil please the little one: something that is perfectly harmless; sometlung that will furnish the children, both boys and girls, lots of fun. We have just received a lot of MEXICAN BURROS, which we intend to give away, one every three weeks, to the person making the best guess. With every one dollar purchase you will oe allowed a guess. The burros will be at the disposal of the boys and girls every Saturday afternoon, so bring your bridles and saddles with you and enjoy yourselves. DAYLIGHT CLOTHING STORE. I. GOLDBERG-, Proprietor. 19 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kansas. -THE- Sowing Society. - The. Ladies Sewing society of the Presbyterian ehurch will meet in the church parlors to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. A good attendance is urgently requested as matters of importance will be before the mciMinsr. Notloe. The Kpiscopal Guild will meet tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. II. Whiteside at'her residence on east Sherman street. Early Risers, Early Risers, , Early Risers, the famous little pills for constipation, sick headache, dyspepsia and nervousness. Ream's Midland Pharmacy. Administrator's Sale. Notl'-e In hereby Riven that on Friday the luth il.iy of April. lHlta, at z o'clock p. m., 1 will offer for sale and sell for cash at nubile auction all the household anil kitchen fur- nituro and other personal belongings of the late.I. 11. hwhrart, deceased, at his late rer<- denct. Xo. 417 Shermuu street cast. L. A. UiocKit. Administrator. ., Our delivery is regular and reliable, and the quality of our ice is beyond comparison. 50 cents per. Hundred to Families. We solicit your patronage. Orders received by the drivers, at the factory, avenue C east, at Kanaga's store, or yon can send your address on a postal card to Union Ice Salt Co.. SuccCKsor to Hutchinson lee Manfg Co. MUSIC LESSON. I will receive pupils in music at my residence, 405 east Sherman. Vocal music taught in classes or private lessons. MBS. A. W. INNES. JUST RECEIVED. Latest Styles. Lowest Prices. A handsome line of Ladies' OXFORD TIES, in the following styles: Lace and Southern Ties, Ozoo Calf and Cloth Tops, Patent Leather Heel Quarter, Patent Leather Top and Plain Toes. All in the following lasts: _ Opera heel, C S and 'A C S, C, D "ami E widths. Sizes 2 to Shoes for Children. The celebrated Sussex School Shoe, In pebble goat and kid, with patent leath er, pebble goat and cordovan tips. The best wearing chidren's shoe in the country WM. REDDERSEN. Corner of Main uud First. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE -OF- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. CAPITAL, $100,000, SURPLUS, $7,500 DIRECTORS. I., C. WKLTOX, Parmer. .(AS. GUTHRIE, Banker. JOHN IlAi .r., Preident. Jno. .1. I.VOAI.I.S, ex-Senator. T. K. BOWMAN, Capitalist. .1. W. WILKINSON, V.-Pres. C. \V. TKMIT.KB, Vice-Pres., A. .1. Hioi.uv, Insuruuce N. O. Hoi.t .isTlcn. Cashier. Kan. Grain & r,. S. Co. and Real Estate. CARPETS AND CURTAINS. Saturday, March 1», we opened the largest line of these goods ever shown in the city, consisting of Portierres, And the only line of Hartford and Lowell carpets in the city. Onr new illustrated catalogue for 1892 will be out about April 1. Send for one. P I I BAKING . POWDER 25OZ-S,FOR25? ABSOLUTELY PURE - JIWTTRYIT. F-f.^AftUE* »CO,KAN3A8 CITY, MO.

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