The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 13, 1892 · Page 6
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 6

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 13, 1892
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6. HUTOHIKSOIS DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 13, 18S2. I'nmi Ni-iv Viirk. •Our Mr. Scott 15. Wijmn writes i •• from New York an follows: Nicw YniiK, March HO, 1K02. .DHArt FATHKII: I iim hnppy to announce that 1 have completed arrangi'- mciul« here in New Yorlt whereby ire tire to hurn permanent connections for the placir jr of loans tm city property on terms fully us favorable as those cabled from Londonwirac days ago. Willi the connections we now have both in New York and London we are in position to make HUe .li rates and terms an will f"i" ( urc ns 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 rare to bother with that class of Imsin'.'ss. ! expect to be liOrae tibout the middle of April and will then arrange all minor details peparatory to malciiiii a - push for business. Incidentally 1 have increased our facilities in the insurance line considerably. 1 am through with all business matters and leave to-morrow for central New York where 1 will visit with lriends a few days and then start for home, stopping over a few hours in Cincinnati. Ohio, on the way. Mail will reach mc therein care of 1 'r.ioii Central Life Insurance, company. Yours affectiortately, HrrixT 15. WIXNK. We publish Ills letter thinking that it might interest some of our patrons. WINNI: .<• WlN.N'K. Hutchinson, h'an. Telephone No. pi). TAME CBASSES. W. H. IIIII<)IIII»I;II Thlilkx Mure Oniflil In he .Solvit. Ill conversation witli \V. 10. Ilutcliin­ son to-day, upon the. present condition of grasses etc. lie told the reporter of a trip which lie. took not long since to the. Lehman stock farm, near Newton Mr. Lehman has sown his ranch largely to tame grasses—red clover, alfalfa English bine, grass, Kentucky blue grass and other equally as valuable kinds, and as a consequence has good pasture later in the fall and earlier in the spring than yon get from the wild varieties, lie is now feeding his stock on tame grasses, witli but little grain of any kind, and they are doing nicely mnoh better than if they were on dry- feed only. Mr. Hutchinson thinks that the farmers of Itenocounty would do much belter to sow more tame grass, thus getting better values out of farm investments, not only in the way of a good surface routing, but about two month!- longer pasturage from the laud. All (.he tame grasses that have been sown in this county have done well. ' 'and since, there is more money in itfor file farmer, the wonder, to the reporter is. why is it not done. To oiii Soulier*. I shall open in a few days a real estate, locating engineer's and surveyor's otliec at the new town which will he located at Ited Koeli. on the Santa l''o, thirty-seven miles south of Arkansas City. 1 have ,1.0. .Stewart and others of the original surveyors of that laud in my employ. 1 will locate claims, re-establish corners, do the necessary improvement and tiling for SKr. apiece. Forward .power of attorney, and send me discharge or duplicate, and I. will select good claims, and, furnish diagrams of lands showing ^water ijnd other advantages, with til ing papers. Send check for SUf> witli power of attorney to me at Winfield Kan., until the strip is opened. C'Ai'T. JAN. W. HAMILTON. Iloilllle Work for Kiitttcr. Mrs. J!. VV. Hall of I'reston has discovered a great curiosity. Yesterday evening she was breaking some eggs preparatory to cooking them for supper and she found unothcr well developed egg, the shell of which was just as hard and well formed as Unit of the large egg. The inside egg was about the size of a common bird's egg. Until some other state can produce a hen that will produce three eggs at one time Kansas must remain in the lead. The hen that is responsible for the existence of those, eggs, was doubtless doing double wurk for Easter. luHLHietlng the (UiiutuuudiM'y Grand Commander Corbett of the statu Knights Templer, attended a meeting of lteno C'oinmundcry last night, lie is on an inspection tour of Die state, and found the boys here in elegant shape. He paid a high compli ment to Ihoiiuwcommandery quarters. He stated that the Ited Cross room here is the finest that he has ever seen, and considering the extent of his travels this means no small thing for No. 30, as woll as for our city. Notice to UtutHiitt <;oiitrlletitrH. Sealed proposals for the construction of the Kansas World's Columbian Hiillding will be received at the otlico of W. II. Smith, 7UP. Jackson street, Toptiltn, Kan M until 2 o'clock p. in., April as, .1811'.'. Plans and specifications can be seen at the oulee of Seymour Davis, architect, Itooiufc il .'i to JIT, Crawford building, Tupcka, Kan., after April 4, lsiy. \V. II. SMITH, Secretary. KtocldiohlerH' Meet lug. There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Hutchinson and Southern Kail road company at the company's office in Hutchinson, Kans»», Tuesday, May 13, 181)1), at 10 a. m. H. A. CnnisTv, President. CHAM. H. DAVIS , Secretary. April 13, 1HD3. tf IT WAS LOADED. I IT WENT OFF AND SERIOUSLY CRIPPLED THE ANTHONY BOYS. The Wolll) Fool lOire wax ft WutU Auny For IIM> IferrlriKton <'.') Mini— The Winner JI Mini Willi the .S«!('onil llc.t Keren! In the Worlil—Completely Trn|i|lP'l nml the Born "Oiiwn tho Way" llen\y. llniTtril— They Kim In tlm Ilaln. Notwithstanding the heavy and .almost unceasing rain of yesterday, the S .'iOl) race betwecnTravis of Anthony and Irwin, who was supposed to come from llerrington, cafne oil on time. Those who were not into tho secret supposed that their eyes could not deceive them, and that Travis hud a snap. Irwin is ji little, insignificant looking man, hut fn fact ho is the great Itocky Mountain champion of Denver, and has the second best record, as a sprinter, in the world. The race came off at the f;iir grtounds, and Irwin had a walk uvay. Jlegavo his opponent every advantage in the start, and won by a neat, six feet, and then without doing his best, lie knew his powers logo, and was confident of success, although he had never seen Travis run. He simply ran on his record, which was too fast for Travis. The Anthony boys looked sick, having lost even their sox. Their man is a line, amateur runner, but simply bucked the wrong tiger, that's all. The three or four strangers seen with Irwin night before last, and who backed him yesterday, are. in league with him, and knowing that Anthony had a good runner, just good enough to loose money on, they concluded to let down the town. It seems that most of the Hutchinson boys smelt powder, ami kept away from in front of the gun. a seating capacity of l .sno or 1,r,n0, would not think of being without tlusm. The reporter t ulked to many others who^e testimony on the subject was very encouraging, and if some person or committee will go among tho people It will take no time to secure money enough to give tis a large wig- wan. tabernacle or hall. One oilier, we will mention. Mr. A. .1. Iligley, who favors the idea of a large hall, and suggests that, as the owners of Hie tabernacle at the corner of nrtli avenue and Mnia street, want to sell their building that by the addition of nn attachment to that building on the south, extending to the building occupied by Colin Campbell, u place in which i.flOO persons could he seated could bo f.ccured at ivery low figures. Every one concedes that we need a hall ana it now only remains for some enterprising man or committee to take the lead, and the thing will be done. Who will do it? WHAT THEY THINK, A Talk with a f«*w llunlnfiM Men on tho "Hull" Uncut Inn. Following the suggestion in yesterday's NEWS, with reference to the advisability of having a convention hall of some kind in this city, which will accommodate a crowd of from 1,000 to I,B00 persons, the reporter, in his rounds to-day made inquiry of a few persons that he met with reference to their ideas on the subject, with thi! following results: T. .1. Templer: The citizens of Hutchinson should take hold of the matter, and prepare a place, of meeting which will do credit to our city, and accommodate tile largest gatherings that are wont to come together in this part of the state, livery one should lend assistance. W. M. Whiteluw: It is a good idea, and should be carried out. This city has long felt tho need of a large hall. E. L. Meyer: We want all these large conventions, Republican, Democratic, People's party and all. We can more easily get them by giving them assurance that we have a large convention hall which will accommodate the people. We have long needed a wigwam or large convention hall, and I think all should assist in securing it, and all use it. We can get the crowds if we can accommodate them. Urown ,t Bigger: A large convention ball is something very much to be desired. We have buildings in the city, which, with a little expense, and remodeling, would do very nicely. We need a large hall that will seat I,.100 people. K. A. Smith & Co.: We have long needed such a place of meeting, and without it we can not expect to secure the larger gatherings for convention and other purposes. It would be a move in the right direction to have large hall at thiH time. .1. M. Jordan: Let everybody assist in constructing a mammoth hall, and let everybody use it, and it will be no trouble to have large gatherings come here. They advertise us, and they ! spend money with us. .). W. Jones: If we do not have proper hall room to accommodate the people, we cannot get them here. Let us have a large hall, and let every one assist. II. Whiteside: tf wo had such a hall as that of which you speak, we could have numerous large gatherings which are beneficial to every one in the city, and which go elsewhere to convene, I am in favor of the hall. A. .1. Lusk: We have needed a large hall for a long time, and every one should feel deeply enough interested in tluv city to lend at leust Nome assistance. ' Let us have the hall. J. A. Ileum: These large halls are advantageous to a city in many ways, and after we get one that will accommodate 1,500 persons, the general benefits derived will be so surprising that \vu will wonder why we have not had one sooner. Capt. Frank Young: We can hardly realiv:e the benefits of such a hall. Many large, gatherings, which would Vie worth thousands of dollars to us, each year go to some town further oast, because of our inability to seitt large crowds of people. We need the hall badly. Lesh «t ltenuals: If we could but see tho benefits, in various ways, to be derived from a large wig-wan or hall, we would soon have such a place constructed. Cities with hallB that have Olve Them a Crou'il. The Second Regiment band assisted by some of the best musicians iu the state, will give a concert at the opera house on Friday night, the programme for which has been carefully selected. Tho proceeds is for the benefit of the band, and the boys have worked very hard to make it interesting to the auditors. Tlie citizens of this city owe a debtof gratitude to the band, which has often won honors for our city, and now if you have the interest in their welfare that you should have; if you want this city to retain the proud distinction of having one of the best bands in the west, show a determination to encourage thorn by filling the opera house on Friday night. The boys have labored hard and spent lots of money, at tho same time have always been willing to do all in their power to advance the interests of the city, and in return the city should encourage them upon this particular occasion. The programme will be us follows: I'AHT i. Overture—"Semlramtdc" Rossini Solo for Cornet—"Ltzzte Polka".. -Hartman By Will Davis. Selection—"Tannhauscr" Wagner Chilian Dance—"Manana" , Mlssud Soto for Petit Clarinet — ''Aula Lan£ Syne". ., ., Hartman Hy Sol Hawthorne. Descriptive—"Night Alarm" Reevce SYNOPSIS —Night, calm anil peaceful—Choral-The alarm; Vire! Fire!— Galloping of hordes—Unreeling of hose—The tire is out— The Itreinen's return (vocal)—Home again. TAUT n. Overture—"Raymond" Thomas Solo tor Clarinet—"Illgoletlo" Verdi liy Art Kearns. Grand selection—"Kobert Bruce'' Bonnlsseau Introducing, The Girl of Old Gaul—On CUH- nock Hanks—Ye Hunks and liraen o'Bonnie Doon—Wc'er Noildln'—Within a Mile of Ed- Inburg Town—Urorte and Butter—A Man's a Man for a' Thai—Blue UeUa of Scotland—TVe White Cockade—The Campbells are Coirjin Annie Laurie—.Scots iviia Hae Iff Wallace Hied—There's Nae Luck About the House- Hob Hoy MacOregor. Oh!—Money Musk (Strathspey)—All the Blue Bonnets over the Bowler. Waltz—••Vlnlons of Paradise" Bennet Solo lor Kunhonlnui—"Hocked In the Cra* del of the Deep" Kollinson By Bruce Taylor. Southern .loUltlc.'itton — "The Darkie's Dream Lansing BTHADE MAW iMANSAJ PATENT ZAVEKWORTR KANS Try a Sack of KING of KANSAS Flour, The Best Flour in the Market, and only $1.25 per sack, at SOUR GRAPES. We do»'t. let them hang on our "tree of trade." We leave it to thopublie to judge us, OUH PRICES, OUR (i(JOI)H, OUR STOCK, You never see us misrepresent any article. We nay for this space, to make trade and friends: but, kind reader, don't gel us mixed up with other clothing advertisements. We cannot afford to sell aSS article for ?1. Neither can any other business Arm. The profit is not In the article. Hut we do claim to undersell competition, and WE DC), WE WILL, WE CAN. Remember we are the acknowledged LEADERS OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTII1NU. MEN'S FURNISHINGS and HATS. We are certain we will make you feel satisfied and happy. If you are not a customer of ours, come in and get acquainted, and. if prices interest you, we are tho people you will trade with. See our light colored Prince. Albert suits. 815. $20 and 825, See. our English worsted Prince Albert suits, 815, 820 and $35. See onr mammoth stock of men's suits, from S2.50 to 825. See our spring 85 suits, g(l.50 suits and SS suits. See our straw hats, from 25c to 82. See'our boys' hats and caps, from 20c to 75t\ Inspect our children's department for suits. 75c to $10. He sure you visit, us before you buy clothing of any kind. Did see our candle'.' THE 31 South Main. THE Hutchinson -. Music COMPANY. SIOO IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY. To the party or parties guessing the time or nearest the time it will take our caudle to burn. The candle is 12 inches in diameter, about :t:i .!i inches in circumference and S feet 5 inches iu height. Come, and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1802. LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS Clothing RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES We handle in such large qualities that we have at last become able to buy and soli at what onr competitors—small-dealers—PAY FOR THEIR GOODS, and at the same time give, you better value in make and fit. Come with the crOwd, the money savers, to 110 North Main street. .SAVE YOUR, • DOLLARS { BY TRADING 1 " WITH US SAVE YOUR, • DOLLARSi BY TRADING WITH , US (lllli'lul Statement Ot the nnaucla) condition of the Valley State bank, at Hutchinson, suite of Kansas, at the close of business) on the "nth day of March. KESOUKCES. Loans Overdrafts lieal estate Furniture ami tlxtures Expense account Honds Cash and sight exchange. ...S300.414 50 1.H05 57 '.10,000 00 2,000 Oil 00 87 8,000 00 .. 02,088 50 Total , ?20a,34S 40 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid ill SIOO.OOO 00 Surplus and profits 12,2fltf 00 Deposits ir,:),081 80 Total ...$205,348 40 State of Kansas, County of Ueno. ss. I. C. II. Willley, cashier of said hank,, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. KolielpmeUocl. C. 1). W1LFLEY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this nth day of April. 1802. c. L. IIOWMAN. Notary Public. (My commission expires on the 20th day of September, 181)2.1 Correct. Attest: J. I J . PKNNY, I .1. M. M111 .KKV. '.Directors. \VM. K. HUTCHINSON, ! 1JEAI.KR8 IN Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Ksmsas for Cliickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush. & G-ertz^ PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. Write for terms and prices. HUTCniNSON, KANSAS. K. N. G. AT THE OPERA HOUSE. FRIDAYNIGHT, - Ornnd Concert by the Famous SECOND - - REGIMENT - - BAND. 25 6 MEN SOLOISTS 25 6 Admission, 50c. Gallery. 25o SEATS ON SHE M OPERA HOUSE Street cars at the door after the entertain meat. D. I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams tnd the finest funeral ;araud white hearse, in the state. ROGKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND GALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. ".EL PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NOETH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. Co. ' I\ S. MITCHELL, Funeral Director and Embalmer. 10 South Main. Open Day and Nlgtifc. Telegraph Orders G-iven Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER, Are as flexible and dainty as the finest turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the corlc acting asa 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, damp or rouyh walks. The cork is secured in a pocket, which is sewed in with the seam, holding it firmly iu place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For sale by 2Y0UNG BROS. rn I OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M.Ferry & Co. 's celebrated bulk seeds THE BEST IN THE WORLD.

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