The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 27, 1892 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 27, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1692. 5. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS- THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. . I,. SI'ONSLKIl, Se<iretnrj- and Hn»lne»>i Manager, BALLARD, SEVERANCE & CO., Wholesale NotioDS and Fancy Goods, No. 10 Second Ave. East. Olose Frice to Dealers. jjOGTOTR SCHURR OFFICE NO. 21 N, MAIN. RESIDENCE, 122 SEVENTH E. JS^Jigh^caH^gjven^Pj-^^ EMERSON CAREY, C OAL Dealer in 4IDES, TALLOW, PELTS and FURS, \ M ^ ar ^ a an ^ office opp. court house. YARD WIDE and finished soft for the needle is the bleached muBlin we put on sale Monday morning at the low price of 6£ cents or sixteen yards for the dollar, • Quality equal to any 8^ cent muslin sold in this market We have only one case to distribute at thiB low price See our Hiarritz in Spring colors. - Let April shower. Uiuhrollus from 08c toSH) 00. Make expressly for us in Philadelphia. See our Dent's London made umbrella. See our Uermsdorf, fast black, six pair for 81. B5. Exclusive Dry Goods House, See these prices on WALL PAPER. Browns, 10c to 18Jtfc per double roll. Whites, lfic per double roll. Gilts, 30c to 50c per double roll. Dirge's specials 50c to SI per double roll Ingrains, 40c to 00c per double roll. Other papers in proportion. All paper matched in combinations with borders and ceilings.. Experienced hangers furnished. All work guaranteed. H. D. WINSLOW'S. J. S. DUNN, OPTICIAN, 112 North Main St., HUTCHINSON, : • KANSAS. We are "Buckinff the Pool" ON WALL PAPER, And underselling everybody on all grades. We have definitely decided to go entirely out of the wall paper business, asweneedtheroom for our DRUG STOCK, And guarantee to make the lowest figures ever quoted in Hutchinson. 1 J. M. BEAM, Prop, Going into the ( Wall Paper Business. NO OLD PATERNB. NEW GOODS. We are not Experienced Belling M at 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 tho wall paper business to stay W. R. MARSHALL A CO. ruEcious JEMS, PINE JEWELRY, CUT CRYSTAL, WATCHES, CLOCKS / EYE GLASSES. I OPERA GLASSES: ELDEST JEWELRY HOUSE IN TUB CITY. ESTABLISH ED, 1878. 11 NORTH MAIN. CITY NEWS. fits. Wahamaker & (It tf Guaranteed Brown's. "Our Pups." Will Carleton to-night. The Weekly Nmvs 50 cents a year. Send it to your friends. Evaporated fruits cheaper than the cheapest at EdwardB & Co.'s. .lust received at the Bon Ton bakery a new lot of pure candies. 3t There is no use to have dandruff falling all over your clothes. The remedy is: Try Huffman's Dandruff cure, Midland barber shop. 2t ' Regular admission to tho Carleton entertainment, 75 cents. Lecture room 50 cents. The New York Racket Is selling gentlemen's sateen shirts cheaper than any other house in the city. 4t The firm of Upshaw, Bishop & Co. sold a bill of SI,000 yesterday at retail for spot cash, which does not go out of the city. It would seem that there is at least a little money still in our midst. Do not forget the fair to be given by the ladies of the Universalist church, to-morrow snight, Thursday night and Friday and night. You can find many valuable and useful articles upon that occasion. Splendid line of all suits at Wana maker & Brown's. Ot For large returns for money invested advertise in the Daily and Weekly NEWS. In the brush case at Sidlinger'B drug store is a photograph of the great and only G. G. Green, the largest patent medicine manufacturer in the United States, which very much resembles our fellow townsman, A. W. lnnes. So much so that it is frequently taken for our dry goods friend. Gentlemen, don't buy your bummer shirts until you examine those tine satine shirts at the New York Racket. 4t Edwards & Co. are still in the field with a full and complete line of staple and fancy groceries. at Just received, a car load of clean smooth shaves, by Henry Huffman, the Midland barber. at Go to the fair to be given by the ladies of the Universalistchureh. Baby curriages at a bargain at King's. tf Cunningham's, 13 South Main, is the best place in the city to buy ice cream. Large or small orders. Ladies, be sure you call at the New York Racket and examine their handsome Swiss Deini-i'lowers. They have twenty-six patterns. About twenty-five members of No. 77, A. O. U. W., went to Harper this evening to attend u meeting of the lodge at that place, and to exemplify the work by the crew of No. 77. Jersey sailor suits for the boys at Wanamakcr & Brown's. lit be served each afternoon and night. There will be many amusing features and novel scenes during the fair. Do not fail to attend. If you want to assist a worthy cause and get the best meal you ever sat dovn to for a quarter, go to the Uni­ versalist ladies fair. Everything in art novelties; everything in aprons and sun bonnets and fancy work, dressed dolls, fine candies, in fact any thing you want, at the Uni- versaliBt ladicB fair. All are cordially invited. Go to Gahan's for pants. self a good entertainer. Those present were: Mart Pugh. Jim llerwlck. Prank Johnson. Loag Caress. Phra.vk G'ares.v, Harry Kennedy. Daniel C'ogdlll, Saimnle Kecklcr.. Lucy Hosklnson. Helen Hoaklnson, May Swift, Osle Fierce. Connie Henderson. Fannie Keckler, Jemima Careas, Nellie Koon, tf. PERSONAL. Edwards & Co. sell flour, feed and grain, 403 North Main. "t Odell Brothers are still at No. 9 Second Avenue west, with a full line of all kinds of coal. tf You should not fail to attend the Universalist fair to be given in the Golden Eagle hall, MeCurdy block, on April U7, as and at). Remember the Universalist fair on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the Golden Eagle hall, corner Main and Sherman streets. The Columbian club held a meeting at the Santa Fe hotel this "afternoon, which waB largoly attended and was very interesting. The ladies of the city are getting to work in earnest, and the effects of their labors will be the pride of many a Reno county citizen who observes their display at the world's fair. Fresh bread every day at Edwards & Co,'s, 403 North Main. 3t Do not forget that the ladies of the Universalist church hold their fair on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. It will both interest and pay you to attend. Many useful and beautiful articles will be on exhibition and for fale. The Universalist fair comes off April 27, 28 and 29. Where do you buy ice cream? Try Cunningham, at 13 South Main. Carey is still in the coal business, tf Buy of the business men who advertise. Go to Cunningham's for your ice cream. Large or small orders filled on short notice. 13 South Main street. Attend the Universalist fair at tho old Golden Eagle hall, to-morrow night. Have you seen Disco, the great crom game? Watch for it. The Weekly NEWS, if taken between now and July 1st, for 50 cents a year. The largest and cheapest paper in Kansas. Send a copy' to your IvlendB in the east. Everything new at Mrs. Berglof's gallery, 10 South Main. tf Bring your magazines and books to the NEWS bindery and have them neat ly bound. It is the best way to preserve them. The fair to be given by the ladies of the UnivcrsaUst church next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, promises to be very entertaining. Many useful and valuable articles will be on exhibition and for sale. Tea and lunch will Dr. Brown went to Sylvia last night on professional business. Miss Mattie Hoops of Sterling, is the guest of Mrs. Hirshbcrger. A. 11. Crabbs of Arlington, was in the city on business so-day. O. P. Taylor has moved into the R. M. Easley property on Third avenue east. Mrs. N. J. Cook of LOB AngeleB, Cal., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. R. Moore. . James Marvin of Moline, 111., was in the city to-day, looking after property interests. D. W. Kent addressed the Odd Fellows yesterday at their anniversary meeting. H. F. Dunn, with the Southwestern Coal company of Wichita, was in the city to-day. Mrs. A. L. Hager of Kingman was shopping in the city to-day, and call- iug ou old friends. John Collins of Wellington is visiting his parents in this city. He reports business good "outcast." Jos. Ahrents of Lower Salem. Ohio, is in the ciiy looking after fai-ro land, lie is very much pleased with Reno county. Oscar Wiener spent the day in the city, the guest of his brother, J. D. Wiener. He reports business good all over the country. Postmaster McCandless and W. P. D. Flemming went to Valley township today to sec Junv matters are progressing on their farms. P. Martin went east tiiis morning to lay in another bill of goods, which, he says, will be larger and more varied than ever before, and include all the latest novelties, designs, etc. Fred Lewis has resigned his position with the fire department, and "Fatty" MclnturiF has taken his place. "Fatty" is one of the best firemen in the state, and we are glad to see him on the force. J. O. Newcomer of Medford was in the city to-day, and to the reporter he stated that the crop in his- part of the county has not suffered by frost, and that crops of all kinds are the best that he has ever seen at this season of the year. Messrs. Winslow and Oswald, the former proprietors of the Midland restaurant, returned this morning from Chicago, where they secured an elegant location for a business stand for the world's fair. They report business in the region of the world's fair site on the boom, and everything moving forward at a rapid rate. They will not return to the city for a few weeks yet. Dr. VnnPattcn, the newly elected mayor of Sterling, "vns in the city today and paid this ollice a ple.'isant visit. lie states that the sun rises in the morning and sots in the. evening, just the same as before his election, the prophesies of some of the hot-heads of the opposition to him to the contrary notwithstanding. He thinks that nothing audacious is going to happen, and that business and the change of seasons will go on just the same. Notice. The Ladies' Sowing society of the First M. E. church meets with Mrs. Anderson, 310 Third avenue east, on Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. A full attendance is requested. 8urprln« J'urty, Geo. D. Koon left for Winterset, la., this morning to take a position in a hotel. Before his departure, and to show their appreciation of him, a number of his young friends planned a neat surprise on him, which was carried into execution last night. The evening was spent in games of various kinds, music, etc., winding up finally with a delightful lunch. Although surprised at first, George proved him- A FEW of the many BARGAINS to be found at Ralph Lamberth. Entertainment. Owing to the fact that a large number of people will be in our city during the Republican convention, and the probability that all the available sleeping accommodations will be needed, we desire each citizen that can furnish sleeping accommodations for one or more, please leave notice at once at the office of L. F. Cain, the secretary of the committee, at Winne & Winne's office. We only aBk for sleeping room as boarding arrangements are ample for all. Let every citizen appoint himself a committee of one to do all he can and report same at once. II. W. Gi.KASojt, F. W. YOVHB, 0. E. COMSTOCK, J. W. KollKItTB, L. F. CAIN, Com. Republican Committee Meeting. The Republican county central committee is called to meet at the court house in Hutchinson on Wednesday, May 4th, at 2 o'clock p. m. < Every member of the committee is requested to be present. .1. H. VIN'CKNT, Chairman. J. F. STOUT, Secretary. d-w Stockholders' Meeting. There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Hutchinson and Southern Railroad company at the company 's office in Hutchinson, Kansas, Tuesday, May 13, 1SH2. at 10 a. m. "H. A. CHRISTY, President. CIIAS. II. DAVIS. Secretary. April 13, 1892. tf The Fair. The Universalist fair will open tonight, in the Golden Eagle hall, corner Main and Sherman street. Do not fail to attend the opening, as you will see many things of interest to you. Notice. There will be work in the third at Byron Lodge, K. of P. to-night. Let as many members as possible be pres_ cnt. .1. E. FOWI.KII, C. C. •loit.v O.UIITIKM.. 1C. ot It. ami S. Notice, Woodmen. All members of Modern Woodmen who contemplate going to Wichita on Thursday are requested to meet at the hall on Thursday morning to complete arrangements for the excursion. tf A. M. Hi -rciiiNso.N, V, C. ICE! ICE! Pure Distillcd-Water Ice, Our delivery is regular and reliable, and the quality of our ice is beyond comparison. 50 cents per Hundred to Families. \\V solicit your juitronug'i!. Oiili*rs received by the drivers, at the factory, avenue C east, at Kanaka's store, or you can send your address on a postal card to U«ion Ice & Salt Co., Successor to Hutchinson Ice Manfg Co. Full standard prints, 5c Best indigo blue prints, 6ic Soft finishd blchd muslin, 6^c Half finish brown muslin, 5c Outing flannelB. 10c to 20c Yard-wide ElPaso challie, 7c 46-inch D69 Henrietta, 85c I have a full line of plain and striped erepon (the latest dress, fabric in the market), chevrons, Bedford eordB, hansdowns and other late novelties in dress goods. I have the only full line of dress trimmings to be found in the city, ranging in price from 5c to 88 per yard. S. F. RAFF, What do you think of Our collection of Burros? They will soon All be given away. MAUD S (Will be given away [May 5. 'All guesses on our "Pin Cushion" (Should be handed in Before that date. 800 Men's Negligee Shirts At 75c that are advertised Elsewhere at $1.25. Of course we also have some For 15c, 25c and 50c. DAYLIGHT CLOTHING STORE. I. GOLDBERG-, Proprietor. 19 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kansas. -THE- NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE -OP- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. CAPITAL, §100,000, SURPLUS, $7,500 DIRECTORS. JOHN HAIX, Hanker. JAS. UIJTHWK, Hanker. L, C. WKI.TON, Prcideut. .Two. ,T. I .vaAi .i.s.ex-h'euator. T. K. MOWMAV, Capitalist. .1. \V. WILKINSON, V.-Pres. C. W. TEMPUCII, Vlcc-I-rcs., A. ,1. IIIOI.KV, Insurance N. U. HOI.I.ISTKH.Cashier. Kan. tirain & L. S. Co. and Real Estate. 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 Tips and Plain Toes. All in the following lasts: Opera heel, C S and C S, C, D and K widths. SizeB 3 to 5J^. 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 and first. CARPETS AND CURTAINS. Saturday, March 19, we "opened the largest line o these goodw ever shown in the city, consisting of Portierres, Lace Curtains, Silk Curtains, China Silk, Embroidrd Muslin. Art Lace, Plushes, And the only line of Hartford and Lowell carpets in the city. Onr new illustrated catalogue for 1802 jwill be out about April 1. Send for one. * mm, m k i Manufacturers of and wholesale dealers in Flavoring Extracts, Rock Candy Syrup and Soda Fountain Supplies. Correspondence solicited. Mail orders .will receive prompt attention. 4O0 North Main St. BAKING .POWDER 25° ZS - F0R 25? ABSOLUTELY PCBE • JUSTTRYIT. r.f.Mquta fcco. KANSAS CITY; NO.

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