The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 14, 1892 · Page 6
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1892. rroin New VoiL. Our Mr. Scott K. W'intii' writes us from Nuw York tin follows: NKW YOIIK, March ::<>. I sic.'. UICAH KATKKU: 1 nin happy to announce Hint 1 have completed iirrungo- itientti here in New York whereby we are to have permanent connections for the. placing ol loans on city property on terms fnlly as favorableus those cabled from London some days ago. With the connection!* ive now have both in New York and London wo are. in position to make mi eh rates and terms as will 'Keenrc 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 care to bother with that class of business. I expect to he homo about the middle of April and will then arrange all minor details peparafcory to milking a push for busi- jie«s. Incidentally 1 have increased tmr facilities In the insurance line considerably. I am through with all business matters and leave to-morrow for central Now York where I will visit •with iricnrls a few days and then start lor home, stopping over a few hours in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the way. Mail will rciMih me there; in can- of Union Central Life Insurance company. Yours affectionately, Scorr 15. WINNK. Wo publish hi.s letter thinking that H might interest some of our patrons. WINNK, ,t WINNK, Hutchinson, ICun. Telephone No. -it G'JtuH. TtoiipI .T oil the Outlonh. The reporter met, C.hus, Tcmpler at the Santa Pc hotel lust night. Mr. Temple.r had ."lust returned from an extended trip through the west and >sonth, and Vicing interested largely in crop prospects paid particular attention to all that he saw on the entire route. When asked concerning the prospects, conditions, acreage, etc.. JUr. 'J'oniplcr said: "My trip took me through the principal grain regions of the wont nnd Month. I noTcr saiv liner prospects, nor butter work being done by the farmers. They have sown the land to wheat much heavier than formerly, and have, it seems, taken more care in preparing the ground. As soon as the farmers, its a whole, put in their grain with rare. properly pulverize the ground and sow good seed, we will have a succession of jjood crops. 1 believe that it would very materially benellt *.iur farmers if they would have their weed vohcat shipped in from Minnesota. Wisconsin, Michigan or Nebraska. The jrrain sown in the winter wheal sections of those states would do much better in this climate. The berry is as valuable, the yield would be as heavy and the crop would ripen much curlier. What is true of wheat is also true of corn. 1 believe that if our farmers would be governed by theories of this kind, and experiment accordingly they would experience wonderful results, In tlio regions which 1 have named they plant a hard-grained ninuty-day corn, which, when it comes into market, outsells Kansas corn, and which would mature much earlier thun <iur com here docs, thus escaping the late summer dry und hot seasons, Mhouhl we have any." Mr. Tewpler seems to havu made this matter a study, and is quite sanguine of success to the farmer who will try it. Furmcr, this matter deserves your attention. To Old NulillcDi. I shall open in ii few days a. real estate, loaating engineer's and surveyor's office at the nuw town which will be located at Red Koclc, on the Santa .Ko, thirty-neTCn miles south of Arkansas City. I have J. O. Stewart uud others of the original surveyors of that land in my employ. I will locate claims, Te-establish corners, do the necessary improvement and tiling for $S5 upicets. Forward power of attorney.'and mind mo discharge or duplicate, uud I will select good claims, and furnish diagrams of lands showing water and other advantages, with tiling papers. Send cheek for 825 with power of attorney to me at Wlulleld, Kuu., until the strip is opened. CAIT. .IAS. W. HAMILTON. '<:hiiugf!<l l,iK'iitt»n. X. W. Higloy, who has been associated in business in this city for some .years with his brother, A. .1. iiigley, *in the real estate and insurance business, has located iu ICunsuB City, and will follow insurance, having had a jgood opening profered him there. Mr. lllglcy has been one of our best business men, and a good citizen, and we are loth to lose him, but Kunsus City can add one more good man to Iter population. We wish him success in his Mew home. _ Hlork bolder*' .Utu'tltiic. Thero will he a meeting of the stockholders of the Hutchinson and .Southern Railroad company at the •'ompany's oflice in Hutchinson, Kansas, Tuesday, May 13, 1«»'J, at In a. m. 11. A. Ciuilsi'V, 1'resident. Ci/A.8. II. DAVIS, Hccretury. April 13, IHUa. t.f A Correction, ill yesterday's NKWS it was au' iiounccd that the lioclalat the Christian church WU8 to. bo Wednesday night. This wa» a mistake, The entertainment is to be to-night. Don't forget 85.JMM) IN PRIZES. Guaranteed by the Merchants and Business Men of Hutchinson. T,i lie I'ultl Ii, I lie Farmer* uf Krno County tor Krlilbltn «if I'nrm anil <lnr- tlt'M PrtulurtH—Tile Klllli May l,e ltrliM?ri to f>10,0(10 .\ti liucipllvr In MM- fni 'incrn .if Krno Cmuity lo I'llt Tlinlr llcut Fitnl . Fiir «innKt ~ IVni'k Already Itcirun uuil Farmers llueply InterrMcd. • As was announced in a recent issue of the NKWS, the merchants and business men of Hutchinson have determined to secure u display from Hcno county this fall that shall be a credit to the fann­ ers of this county, and the envy of less favored sections. The scheme has been ;laid hare to the readers of the NKWS before, but we will reiterate what was then said. The business men have guaranteed 95,1 )00 in cash to be paid as premiums to farmers who shall bring in the best samples of everything raised in this county, on the farm, in the vegetable or llower garden. The offers will be for everything, so no man will prepare an exhibit which is not on the list, and for which a liberal cash premium will be paid. Many farmers have caut'ht the scent of what is coming, and are preparing their ground, securing the choicest seeds, and in dtie time exhibits of the various harvests will lie culled in. It is the opportunity of a lifetime fur the farmer. While receiving a cash prize for the finest samples of grain, etc., ho is advertising his farm, as well us the county, to the world. While you receive money for your labors, you also add value, to your farms. Watch our columns later for the list and the amount guaranteed. Each day increases the list of prizes, and you will lie sure to he in one or more clnsses. The lltmtl eottrert. I lave you purchased a ticket to the baud concert yet'.' If you have not you should do so at once, even if you cannot attend. The Second Itegimeut band boys have never been in the habit of boring our citizens for benefits, nor have they given a concert for over a year. They are trying to raise money for the benellt of their organization, anil it is the moral duty of every one who looks upon their organization with pride. to buy a ticket 1o help them out. This appeal is made without the knowledge of a single member of the band, the reporter having watched them closely for more than three years, and knowing that they have ever been ready to assist the churches, the lodge.-, the political organizations and the city iu general. It is not very encouraging to the boys who have won so much glory for us, for us to pass by their concerts without cncouniging them by our presence. Reader, you owe a debt of gratitude to the Second Regiment band which you can in a measure pay by patronizing their concert to-inor- row night. Will you do it? Tickets! are uu sale at the. Opera House book store, and you should at once buy a tichet. for their concert to be given tomorrow night. Hnrllll Tn-XlKht. The social at the Christian church to-night promises to he a very tine affair. The society has a reputation of giving the best of socials, and to-night will be no exception, Remember, no admission fee will be charged. All welcome. Reraeinber also that Wil den's ice cream will be served. Let all attend. The following programme will be rendered at the Christian church this evening: I Clay Allen ( Clarence Hawley Miss Lulu Malllnger The Two Dances," Win. Kefter Vocal Solo Harry Huberts Hesitation Leati l*as*e Vocal Solo Miss Mablc Diinlap world. For all forms of scrofulous affections (and consumption is one of Ihciu), it is lmeqtuilcd as a remedy. KIcitrLlly. If yon are ill with paralysis, catarrh, dropsy, if yon UTC deaf or blind, and having tried numerous doctors and spent hundreds of dollars in trying to be cured, do not dispair. Electricity is the power of all life. With It the blind have, been made to sec, the deaf have been made to hear, people who have been paralyzed for years have been made to walk and suffering from dropsy and giyen up to die have been restored to health. Dr. Koblnson, electrician, graduate of the Koynl college of physicians and surgeons of Edinburgh, Scotland, is in the city, and can be found in rooms'St and S3, hotel Ilrunswick. The sign on the door rends, "The Klectric King." The doctor wishes the citizens of Hutchinson to distinctly remember that he performs his wonderful cures without the use of medicines. We copy from a paper in a neighboring city, accounts of Dr. Robinson's wonderful cures during hisstayin that city. Dr. Robinson received two letters this week from former patients. R. II. Hell, of Wamego, suffered with granulated eyelids for eighteen years. He could not, distinguish his brother ten feet away. He was under Dr. Robinson's treatment. He can now read and write without the aid of glasses. Mrs. D. 11. Horn, of lleatrice. Neb., was blind for forty-four years. She had to be lead through the streets of Beatrice. Dr. Robinson treated her for three mouths. She can now read and write without glasses. Dr. Robinson can be found day or night at the Central Hotel.—Junction City Republican, December IS. Dr. Robinson, who is stopping at the Central hotel, performed a euro which is worthy of mention. A little boy mimcil Thompson, a stepson of Jacob Smith, living at the corner of Eighteenth anil Franklin streets, has been paralysed for ten years. He could not help himself in any way. Dr. llobin- soon took charge of the hoy a few weeks ago and now he is able to walk, use his limbs and lift a two-pound weight to the height of his shoulder. Dr. Robinson is well versed in electrical appliances, and what he says can be depended upon.—.luncton City Republican, Nov. 27. KiiHtcr Supper. Do not forget that the ladies of the llaptist church will give one of the finest suppers at the church on Monday night. April IStli, that you ever sat down til. Kggs served in every conceivable style. Don't forget the day and date. > It .OIIIIVCli. i'hnerson Carey has removed his South Main street office one aud uue- half blocks south on the Rock Island tracks, where he will be glad to sell yon coal, lime or cement or buyyour cow hides, horse hides or big jaw cat tie or dead hogs. d:i.fcvvjl Of Hi. bank clnse I Mi"".'. OlUclal Still I'llHMll tinanclal ronilUioii of the Valley Stale al Hutchinson, .statu nf Kansas, at tlu- >f luislnfr-H. on the -!Hh day of March. KING KANSA; PATENT -jffENWOBHl KANS1 Try a sack of SAVE YOUR. • DOLLARS I 8Y TRADING ^ Only $1.25 per sack. SOUR GRAPES. We don't let them hang on our 'tree of trade." We leave it to the public to judge m„ OfJK i'RICKS. OIJR WOODS. 00U STOCK. You never sec us misrepresent any article. We pay for this space to make trade and friends: but, kind render, don't get us mixed up with other clothing advertisements. We cannot afford to sell a ?:.'article for SI. Neither can any other business firm. The profit is :i ,,t in the article. lint we do claim to undersell competition, anil WE DO, 1VB WILL, WK CAN. Remember we are the acknowledged LEAD- KRS OF LOW I'RIOKX IN CLOTtUNfi. MKN'S FURNISHINGS and HATS. We are certain we will make yon feel satisfied and happy. If y on llr( , , 10 j, a customer of ours, come in and get acquainted, and, if prices liite'rest you. wo are the pconle you will trade with. See our light colored Prince Albert M ,its. $15. Sib and 885. See our Knglish worsted i'vince Albert suits, 815, SSonntl S -J5. Sec our niuniniolh stock of men's suits, from ¥3.50 to 6 -5. See our spring $5 suits. 80.50 suits and Ss suits. See our st raw lints, from B5e to §2. Sec our boys' huts and caps, from 30« to 7 .1c. Inspect our children's department for suits. T5c to S10. He sure you visit us before you buy clothing of any kind. Did see our candle'.' SIOO iPsi CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY. To the party or parties guessing the time or nearest the time it will take ot;r eaiidle to burn. The candle is 12 inches in diameter, about :i;iK inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get gtie .-Mi tickets. Caudle will be lit July -1. 18!!:*. How do these prices you? strike a lbs evaporated pears for 1 2 lbs evaporated apricots 25c 2 lbs evavorated apples 25e 4 lbs evaporated grapes .25c 3 lbs evaporated prunes 25c 1 lb evaporated raspberries 22c 1 lb evaporated pitted cherries... .25c •i lbs dried peaches 25c 5 lbs dried currants 25c Call aud examine our stock and see if they are not the finest and cheapest in the market. WRIGHT & TODD'S, THE 21 South Main. THE ciiinson \ Music COMPANY. Vocal Duett. Heading — Recitation, HKSOUKCKS. Loans <>•:(>().-Ill ."ill Overdrafts l,S0f> .">7 1,'cal estate ttO.OOU III! Furniture and natures....' S.O0H lis lOxpciiHc accutint tin ST Hnno> 8,000 ill! Cash ami sight exchange •112,088 5a Total '32B5,',i4B I'.l LIAIIIUTIRS. Capital slock paid In 8100,000 (10 Surplus anil proms 12,SOU no IJepoKlm 15.1,081 Hi) Total S2(!5^4R 4!) State of Kansas, Countv of Kctio, ss. I, C. U. WllHey, cashier of said bank, do Holeninly swear that the above statement is true, to the bent of niv knowledge and belief. Suliclp me Ood. " V. I). WILPLKY, Cashier. Subscribed aud sworn to before me, this nth day of April. 1802. C. I,. BOWMAN. Notary Public. (Mv commission expires on the 2lilh dav of September, IKfr.'.l Correct. Attest; .1. Jj. I'KNKY. i ,1. M. MULKBY. J-Directors, WM.E. HUTCHINSON. \ I'KAI.KllR IN Delsartc Brill. No admission will be are cordially invited I llythello Maine Payne ' f llaac-1 (Topsy) Mulkcy charged. All to attend. Wildou's ice ereuni will be served after the programme. Notlro to thel'iitjllc. The management of the Presbyterian supper, to bo given to-morrow night, desire, to recommend to the public that they call early for supper that all may have an opportunity to attend the concert to bo given by the Second Kegiinent hand, which promises to be a very interesting affair, and which the band boys have labored hard to make a success. They also recommeud that ovorybody show their appreciation of the band by attending the concert. COMMITTER. Administrator's Sale. Notice Is hereby given that on Friday the lf.tli day of April, 18U2, ato'clock p. m.. 1 will ofTer for sale and sell for cash at public auction all the household and kitchen fur- ingB o a late resi- ... ,st. I>. A. HiooKii, Administrator. Uilture and other personal belongings of the l^ale J. K. Swlgart, deceased, at hla 1"'" —' tience, No. 417 Sherman Hlreet east Uueliii; Willi Wulvun. Many a thrilling tale bus been told by travelers of a race with wolves ucross tho frozen steppes of Russia. Sometimes only the picked bones of the hapless traveler are found to tell the tule. In our own country thousands are engaged in U life-und-dealh race against the wolf Consumption. The best weapons with which to fight the foe is Dr. Pierce's (.Jolden Medical Discovery. This renowned remody has cured myriads of eases when all other medicines and doctors had failed. It Is the greatest blood-purifier aud known to the K. N. G. AT THE OPERA HOUSE. FRIDAYiGHT, - -JPR1LI5. ' Oraml Concert by the Famous SECOND - - REGIMENT - - BAND. Pianos and Organs, General agents for southwestern Kansas for Ohickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush. & Gertz, PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS Clothing RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES We handle iu such large qualities that we have, at last become able t« buy and sell at what our competitors—small dealers— PAY FOR THEIR GOODS, anil at the same time give yon better value in make and fit. Come with the crOwd. the money savers, to 110 North Main street. SAVEYOUR, • DOLLARS < r BY TRADINfrf SAVE YOUR. ) DOLLARS { BY TRADING 1 WITH LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams md the finest funeral ear and white hearse i a the state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND GALLING. 101, 103 aud 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. Write for terms uud prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. J.H. P.PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. lutchinsoii Undertaking Co. F.S.MITOHELL, f Funeral Director and Emhtilmer. to South Main. Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. 25 6 MEN SOLOISTS 25 6 Admission, 50c, Gallery. 25c Open Day and Night. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER, SEATS ON SALE M OPERA HOUSE BOOK SUM, Street car* at ttte door after the entertainment. • Are as flexible and dainty na the tin- 1 est turn. Arc the easiest walking shoes mude, the oork acting as a cushion to the foot. Are the most healthful shoes made, as cork is a non-conductor of heat ami cold. < Ladies wearing them need not fear cold, dump or rough walks. The £>rk is secured iu a pocket, which is sewed in with the seam, holding it firmly in place, and Is guaranteed not to work loose'or curl u\>. For sale by YOUNG BROS. Jim G OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated bulk seeds. . . THE BEST IN THE WORLD.

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