The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 26, 1892 · Page 6
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 6

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 26, 1892
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6. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1892. Farm Loans. We take pleasure in informing our many patrons that we are better prepared than ever before to negotiate farm loans. We make Our own examinations draw our ewn papers and are prepared to close loans without delay. We Make the ordinary lonn and also nego tint* as heretofore the iueompara bit! combination life insurunee loan. We are always ready to give full information on cither plan. The Insurance-Loan Bugle gives much valuable information on the subject, In a personal in terview we. can sometimes give yon more. Winne & Winne, THE SALT RAKERS. TELEPHONE NO. 20, CORNER AVENUE ft AND h Hutchinson, Kan. ON TON BAKERY Fresh BREAD Every Day. bREAM, HOMEMADE, GRAHAM AND RYE. Fresh Every Day Spec in] nltenlio n given to orders fo fine cukes for parties. J. W. Brehm, Proprietor. No, i'> North Main Street. KiiMtm' Servlt -eK Church of the Coveiiunt The elmreh was never more prettily decorated than it was for last Sunday, with choice, cut (lowers and flowering plants. The new hammerud brass cross, presented by the young ladies of Mrs. O. A. Rockwell's Sunday school class, stood out prominently upon the altar, this cross having been dedicated on Easter morning by the rector. The altar was also covered with satin altar cloths painted by Mrs. (». A. Rockwell. The music by the choir was what might be expected from the quartette consisting of Mrs. C. I!. Thurston, Miss Minnie Rubin and Messrs. O. A. Hockwell and II. T. Kirby. The , sermon was appropriate to the occasion, and was the farewell sermon of the rector. During Professor Hill's short residence with us, ho hus made muny friends, all of whom regret his departure, and wish for hira nothing but prosperity, both in the ministry and private walks of life.— .Junction City Republican April 23rd. THE SITUATION AS VIEWED BY WORKMEN WHO QUIT. They Arluiou-lfMljfe thr Article In Ynft- leriluy'n Paper to he Correct In Purl— The Indemnity IK Wot I.lirffe KIIOIIKII, and the Policy DOCK Not Cover Thcin When Not Acttmlly lit Work Jit the Plants—Work Progressing. The reporter was seen to-day by Messrs. Loguc and Hums, two of the men who quit work at the llouinloclc salt works yesterday, who desire that the laborers' side of the question be heard also. They admit that the main part of the article in yesterday's paper was correct, but that some explanations are necessary. Their firat objection to insurance ottered by the company is, as they claim, that they do not know where it is located, neither do they know concerning its solidity, place of doing business, nor who composes it. Second, they claim that it does not indemnify them heavy enough in case of loss of time, etc.. by accident. They further claim that if they take out accident insurance at all, they want it to cover all the time, while not engaged at the salt works as well as otherwise. They claim that if the company can secure accident insurance for them which is perpetual, so far as its operations in relation to them is concerned, and will advance the money to them as they proposed in the circular published in yesterday's paper, that the-y would take it. It seems that the main feature of the trouble is. that they object to the kind of insurance offered by the company, its cost as compared with perpetual insurance, which they claim they are not able to take out. unless the company will advance the money for them as was profered in the case of the insurance mentioned yesterday. They also deny the company the right to say whether they shall or shall not be insured. It is a uondition of affairs to be deplored, and it does not seem that the difference between the company and employes is serious enough to justify a cessation of business to the extent that either or both parties would be injured thereby. We hope to sec the matter adjusted soon to the satisfaction of all parties concerned. Lodging the Delegates. These columns contained an article a few days since on the subject of lodging the delegates and visitors at the Republican convention to be held on the'ilh of May, and discouraging the idea of a general intelligence ollice down the street. After consulting with the hotel men of the city, the r<. porter is still of the same opinion as that expressed u few days since, via: Phut the delegates and visitors should go to the hotels, and the hotel management will give them directions where to ttnrl lodging, after the hotels are full. In this way the matter can be easily adjusted, for the hotels can feed any number of people, while their lodging capacity, of course, is limited. Or if such iuteligence ofliccsiirc established, let them be located at the hotels, and a committee work in conjunction with the hotel men. This will give the hotels a chance to feed the throng-, and at the same time assist in finding lodging for them. Some of the church and secret organizations have at their meetings decided to accede to the popular demands of the people, and not run eating houses upon that occasion. It is the humane plan, and one that meets the np- robation of every one. They have had their turn, now let the hotels and restaurants have, theirs. the name of the jurors who have had a very pleasant time with his honor, presented .ludge Martin with a fine silk hat. The judge responded in a very pleasant manner and thanked the jurors for the token of regard, which they felt for him. Marie tlond Time. A. II. Moffet the Rock Island passenger man was in the city last night. To the reporter he stated that a theatrical company which hud been belated, and missed connection at Kansas City, was taken to Topoka 'by special train, over their line, a few nights since, a distance of 08 miles in eighty minutes. The engine carried two coaches and a baggage car, and made two stops. Met for Drill. The K. N: G. boys met for drill last night. A detail was sent out to bring in the stragglers, a few of whom refused to go, and who will now be court- martialed. It is nice to be a soldier, but to be a good one you must drill. And without strict discipline you cannot get much drill work out of the boys. Roys, "you must take dc bither mit der svhect/' Leg Seahlcd. A young man by Hie name of Suffers, while raking salt at L the Conn salt works, slipped and fell, and one foot and leg np to the knee became submerged in the boiling brjne. iDr. Hrown was called and rendered medical assistance, and while the burn is not dangerous it is very painful. Attention. • The sale of reseved seats for the Will Carleton lecture and readings will close to-morrow Wednesday evening promptly at 0 o'clock. If you wish reserved seats you must buy them before that hour, as no reserved will be sold at the door. Reserved scats on sale at the Opera Mouse book store. Kmmion null, The Kmanon club will give one of their ever popular balls next Friday evening. The Eraanon is one of the most successful clubs over organized in this city and always have a good time at their balls. The Wichita orchestra will furnish music on this occasion. Uollipto Harper. A number of the members of No. 77 A. O. D. W. will go to Harper to-morrow night to visit the lodge there, and to exemplify the work by the crack crew of the state. There will be railroad arrangements so that those attending can return Thursday morning. Dramatlt: Kenrilug. On Tuesday evening, the talented Miss Eve Shontz will give a dramatic reading, in the Episcopal Guild hall. Come out and hear her. Some of the best musical talent of the city will contribute to the programme, whieb begins at S o'clock. Admission H!5 cents. Church Officers. At a meeting at the Ouild hall last night, for the election of church olH eers, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Wardens—-.!. W. Wood and ('. b. Christopher. • Vestrymen—11. W. Oleason, R. It, Trice, Mr. Wcltman, B. A. Harriman James McKinstry, II. Whiteside andZ [>, Wise. Treasurer—W. L. Woodnut. After the oleetion of officers cume tlic report of the treasurer as to the condition of the church, which was to the effect that the church was free from all indebtedness. The follotvinr resolution unanimously passed: KCHOIVIMI. Thin the thanks of this church be extended to allthusi- who have so^ener- ously contributed to Uie erection, furnishing and dei-oralln^ of our (lulld hall. The meeting was largely attended. An Kleuunl 1'leeo of Work. The Hutchinson Manufacturing company umde and placed in position a sideboard, surmounted by .a French plate mirror, the whole being 11 feet and 10 inches in height, and ID foot in length, which is one of the prettiest and neatest pieces of work of its kind that we have ever seen, tvntl reflects great credit, botli ou the company which made it, and Mr. Chllver, for whom it was made. Four other smaller glasses of the same kind ure urrunged about the billiard hall, making a very pretty display. Horn. On April :Mth. to L. H. MeClurg and wife, a twelve pound boy. Mother and child doing well, but the father is not recovering as speadily as his friends desire. lie is becoming reckless and throwing out cigars to his friends with a lavish hand. 5(1 Centx. At the Will Carletou entertainment Wednesday night at the Presbyterian church, seats in the lecture room will be sold for .10 cents. Tickets for sale at the door only, DiNHdlutloii Notice. The tlrui of A. E. Vaughn & Co, of A. E. Vaughn ami .Tno. A . Kin (Unsolved ' composed § . Is tins dav no. A. King Is th: retiring, and A. K. Vaughn continuing the business, assuming all liabilities and collecting all accounts. A. E. VAUGHN. ,1 NO. A. KING. April ai, 180'J., Farewell Heceptlon. A farewell reception was tendered Rev. C. Rowland Hill, rector of the Church of the Covenant, at the residence of M. H. Foss Tuesday evening, and despite the very stormy weather there was a large attendance of the members of the Episcopal church of this city to bid their rector adieu. The house was beautifully decorated with Easter lilies, roses, ferns, etc. The guests were received by the rector, Mrs. .las. Kennedy and the hostess. The music was rendered by Mrs, Thurston, Miss tiruee Ketner, Mr. U, A. Rockwell and Mr. Do Forest Halter. Refreshments were served by Misses Rockwell, Mead, Foss, Steadvnun and Sanifcrson.—Junction City Republican, April r-'li. ' Fort lllloy, lliin. The chapel was decorated on Unster with white roses arranged by the little girls of the post Sunday school. The chapel was tilled with an appreciative audience. The music was unusually fine, and was rendered by Mrs. iloyle, soprano; Mrs. Edgerly, contralto; I.ient. Kcifler, tenor; Lieut, llullock, buss. This was Rev. Professor Hill's farewell sermon at the fort, and it is with much regret tluit we part with him. The best wishes of all go with him.—Junction City Republican, Saturday, April S3rd. - Jury lMnchuryed. The jury was discharged from duty last evening, and before leaving the room thoy called C. M. Williams to the box, held u short consultation with him, when he turned round, and in fog at H«iJ SNOW PATENT' SAVEYdUR. • DOLLARS i BY TRADING ^ WITH US MWQRTE KAKSl Try a sack of Only &1.25 per sack. How do these prices strike you? 2 lbs evaporated pears for 2 lbs evaporated apricots -Tic lbs evuvorated apples.. 4 lbs evaporated grapes 2!ic .1 lbs evaporated prunes 2!>e 1 lb evaporated raspberries 25c 1 lb evaporated pitted cherries... .30e 1 lbs dried peaches 25c .1 lbs.dried currants 20c Call and examine our stock and see if they are not the finest and cheapest in the market. THE 21 South Main. THE chinson -, Music COMPANY. r 4SAVEY0UR. DOLLARS { W BY TRADING LT WITH US SAVEYDUR. I DOLLARS 4 BY TRADING 1 WITH US AN APRIL FOOL? Not a bit of it, if you deal with the Star Clothiers. Nothing Can Keep Them Down. You open the door, and up we come. OUR MAINSPRING • IS PUBLICITY. The move people know our prices, goods and fair dealings, the greater crowds we have in the store. We* are the acknowledged Leaders of Low Prices in Clothing, Men's Furnishings & Hats. 1 We carry the largest stock in Hutoh- inBon. We are agents for the bets 1 makes in men's, boys 1 and children's clothing in the world, Manhattan shirts Christy hats, etc. Deal with us and get the best values for less money than yon can buy them for elsewhere. $100 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. Th> candle is 12 inches in diameter, about .'!3J< inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4. 18112. ^tfc^< LEADERS 'Em> OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS DliAI.KUS IN Legal Notice. First Publication, April S3, 1802. To II. P. Hoadlcy. H.M. lleardsley, H. C. Gilbert, The .larvls-Conklln Mortgage Trust company, Jarvls, Conklln & Company: You and each of you will lake notice that The Urtstol Savings Bank, as plaintiff, ha* heretofore llled Its petition In the district court within and for the county of Ueno and Htate of Kansas, against H. 1*. Hoadley, H. M. Hcardsley, II. C. Gilbert, The Western In- restmcnt company of the county of Kingman, Kansas, The Jarvis-Conklin Mortgage Trust compand, Jarvls, Conklln & Company. The Muncatine Mortgage and Trust company, John T. EuHley, l 4 . V. Jackson and Laura 13. Jackson, his wllu, as deieudui.ts, and that you and each of you must answer said petition on or before ttie 8th day of June, 1H02, or said petition will be taken aa true, and aludgiuent rendered accordingly against each and all the defendants, vacating and setting aside, as against the said Bristol Savings Bank, the certain Judgment rendered In and by said court on or about the lath day of September, 1881), In an action pending In said court wherein said 11 P. Hoadley wasplalntlff ami William .1. Bowen, The BrlHtol Savings Hank, and others, were defendants; also the certain other Judgment of said court In the same action rendered on or about tnc UOth day of September, 1HUU, said Judgments lining for the torecloiiuve of a certain mortgage gtven by one William J. llowen and wife to Jarvls Conklln & Company, upon the real estate described below, and barring and foreclosing the said UrtKtol Savings bank from all right and Intercut In said premises after sale made In pursuance of such Judgments; and a further Judgment vacating the sheriff's wale made In pursuance of Hiich prevt- OUN Judgments, and the sheriff's deed made In pursuance of such sale to the defendant 1 .-, UeardHley and Gilbert, and adjudging that the plaintiff, notwithstanding such urlm- Judgments and wale has a valid and suuslt -t. lag lien by virtue of ltn mortgage set forih In said petition on the said real estate, towlt: The Noutheast uuarter of section twenty- nine (till), township twentv -slx (2U1, range ten (10), west of the sixth principal marldtaii containing 100 acres moreor less. Also a further Judgment herein detcriiiln. lug the amount due upon the said prior mortgage given by William ,i. Ilowcn and wife to Jarvla, Conk- lln and company, and determining the rights and Interest of the several defendants In said real estate, aud that plaintiff be allowed to redeem from such prior mortgage, and determining the amount neccMiary to be paid on such redemption, and that after such payment tie said defendants, aud each and all of them, be barred and lorclosed of all right, title and interest, in or to said premises, and for BUCII other and further relief as m»y be Just and equitable. WlllTKBlDK & OlXAHOU, B. A. MoMATH. Attorneys for Plaintiff. ATTKST: F. P. ADAMS, Clerk of District Court. • m-3t Pianos and Organs. (leneral agents for southwestern Kansas for Chickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush & Gertz, PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. D.I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN, 'i Fine rigs, stylish teams and the finest funeral car and white hearse ia the state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND CALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a tine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. lutGhinsonUndertakiag Co. IP. S. MITOIIELL., Funeral Director and Embalmer. L~ 10 South Main. Open Day and Nlgl Are as flexible and dainty as the tln- est turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the cork acting as a cushion to the foot. Are the most healthful shoes made, us 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 sale by YOUNG BROS. Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER. m ill OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated btiijk seeds. THE BEST W THE WORLD.

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