The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 27, 1892 · Page 6
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 6

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 27, 1892
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6. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1892. / Farm Loans. Wo take pleasure in informing our miiny patrons thut wc are better prepared than over before! to negotiate farm loans. We make our own examinations draw our own papers and arc prepared to close loans without delay. A SUBLIME SIGHT. We Make the ordinary loan and also ncgo tiate as heretofore, the incompara ble comhination life insurance loan. We are always ready to (five full information on cither plan. The Insurance-Loan Buglo gives much valuable information on the subject. In a personal interview we can sometimes (five you more. Winne & Winne, TELEPHONE hQ. ZD CORNER AVENUE A AND tl Hutchinson, Kan. NTON BAKERY Fresh BREAD Every Day. CREAM, HOMEMADE, GRAHAM AND RYE. Fresh Every Day- Special attention given to orders for fine enlu'.s for parties. J. W. Brehm, Proprietor. No, 1.1 North Main Street. ItlfC Sill,'. It. i... Ilawlings, representing the lluraUton-Hrown Shoe company of St. Louis, Mo., was in (he city yesterday and sold to our wide awalte. and push- itiff merchant. 1'. Martin, probably the largest single bill of. boots and shoes ever bought in the state. The total bill amounted in round numbers to 8~.Ml .00. The llumilton-Rrown Shoe company sell exclusively for cash and are the largest dealers in their line in the world, and as Mr. Martin alwuy. seeks headquarters in his purchases and buys for cash, be would naturally buy of such a concern. XJliI Not Itimw It wag I.UIUUHI. A good story is told of an ex-county otltciul, -who received a telephone message from Sheriff .lohnes last night to be at bis office early this morning, as he had important business with him The ex-ofllcial appeared promptly on time at the sheriffs office when he was served with notice to serve in the jury box, us a special jury was being made up. lie was as mad as a wet hen, but he can only wait for a change to eiprocnte. A Omtrnftt. In order that the audience ut the matinee yesterday could properly appreciate the difference between humanity in miniature, and fully developed manhood, i>r. llrown was asked to stand by the side of Mrs, (len. Tom Thumb. The contrast almost' caused many ladies to faint. It looked , like the advertising picture frequently seen in drug stores of the city, known as "before and after talcing." Churmiug people, these exceptional people! Hero's a medicine—Dr. Pierces liolden Medical Discovery, for instance, und it has cured hundreds, thousands that are known, and thousands that are unknown, and yet yours is an exceptional easel Do you think that that bit of human nature which you cull "1" is different fruin the other parcels of human nature.' "Hut you dou'l know my ease." (food friend, in nine- ty-nino out of hundred cases the eases are the same -impure blood—and that is why (ioldcn Medical Discovery' eures ninety-nine out of every hundred, you may he tho exception. And you may not. Hut would you rather be the exception or would you rather he well? If you're tho exception it costs you nothing, you get your money back-but suppose it cures you? Let the "Golden Medical Discovery" take tho risk. A HUTCHINSON GENTLEMAN VIEWS THE WORLD'S FAIl 1 . GROUNDS. An OntUm- KkclcTn of Willi! In lining Oil—.KiiiimiH Npilr-i,-—KllllmlllH K|llirrr(l In KlKleuvor—Whtlt Otlifir Sttlteft uri' lining ttuil Ifuvp llonp—What, H KHIIMUII Will Scr mid Hour mill tin- ICIlVrl If Will llttvn nil Him. The reporter sought an interview- yesterday evening with .1. D. Weiner, who has just returned from the east, having spent a few days in . Chicago looking over the world's fair site, the work going on and that which is being done. Krom Mr. Weincr's talk the reporter gleaned the following: Many thousands of persons from all parts of the United .States are visiting the grounds for the purpose of form- ingn slight idea of what is going on or what the place will look like when completed. Few persons can form any idea of what the place looks like, or what it will be. The woman's building is already completed and is a line structure. The structure for the reception of fishes of nil kinds is also complete, and gives at a glance a faint idea of the grand piscatorial display which it will doubtless be. The line art building is also near ly complete, and isiibsolutely lireproof in every particular, the only one of Hit- kind on the grounds. The safety of this structure has to be assured before many of the foreign industries would agree to exhibit their finer works of art. The largest building on the grounds is Manufacturers' Hall, which covers over an area of forty acre, side the corner posts. The reader can get an idea of the immensity of this structure when we say that the archway forming the foundation for the roof of the building is large enough to allow the Rookery building, a 10 -story structure, which covers an area of a block in length and a half a block in width to pass through the arch. Perhaps the handsomest building that erected for the electrical contrivances, power, light, etc., which will furnish light for inside as well as outside displays. No man visiting the world's fair site at the present time but will feel proud that,he is an American, and that he is a part and parcel of the grand make-up of this grand undertaking. Neaily every state in tho Union has a building complete or in course of construction. And when a Kansan visits the. site and observes that valuable and prominent piece of ground being held for our grand commonwealth, and the loiterer asks: "Is Kansas going to do something'. 1 '' one can but think of her past achievements, her patriotic and enterprising sons and daughters, and say. "Yes. Kansas has never yet failed neither will she now. She will erect a j structure which will do credit to the I grand state which she is." And yet the Kansan who thus speaks feels all the while an anxious throbbing which is typical of each one of us, that something more ought to be done. Kansas is one of the grandest states in the Union, and she should have one. of the grandest buildings and exhibits of any state in the Union. The case justifies an extra session of the Legislature, and every citizen should feel that the eyes of the world are upon us, and that anything near a failure means ruin. Kansas can not affortto be outdone. She will not be outdone. She. never was nor never will be. Then let every citizen, man, woman and child do everything in his power to bring all pressure to bear upon the work, until our building is complete, and is a creditable showing of what en- prise und push can do. It would require much time and space to give anything like a detailed description of what is to be seen and what is being done, for if I had the descriptive powers of a .lulcs Verne, or the eloquence of a Patrick Henry, I would still say 1 am inadequate to the task of giving you a description from which you could form an idea of this wonderful undertaking. To appreciate it you must see it. Hut let us get to work ut once. Not a moment is to be lost. of $500 for repairs ulone, and as the capacity of the building has been fre- qiiontlyjlcsted, it is plain to be seen that the rumor is without foundation. ltL'piilillfitiiH, A 11 entltml To TIIK UKI'IUII.ICA.NSOK IIKNO COUNTY : The eve of the greatest political campaign for years is upon us. Every Republican must be ready for work. This must be a campaign of education. Let the doctrines of Republicanism he thoroughly taught and disseminated throughout the entire state, and Kansas will give another of her old time majorities. The public mind is ready and anxious for light upon the various issues upon which the campaign will be waged. The responsibility of success or defeat rests, in u measure, with each voter within the party. The opposition will slight no opportunity to place the party in a false Ugh t bnfore the voters of the state. In order that the party may protect itself from misrepresentation we must be thoroughly organized. In every township and city there must be one or more live Republican club. The National Republican League now has some 14,000 clubs, with a membership of 1,750,001). The work of organization is being pushed ail over the Union. Now is the time to gettogeth er and form a club, to be ready for enmpaign work. Organization is being completed in several cities and i townships of Hcno county. Let there be n general forward movement all along the line. Take steps at once to get into Hue. 1 have blank constitutions recommended by the national and state Leagues, which I will send to all who desire them. Procure a constitution, and let the committeeman call a meeting, or circulate a call according to this form: "We the undersigned, licpuulieans of (city, or township), believing in the principles of Republicanism, and that the party's interests can be advanced by the organization of a Republican club in this locality, hereby enroll ourselves for that purpose, and agree to attend a meeting at (place) on the (date) duy of (month) for perfecting an organization." When you are organized, Bend list of officers to me and to Hon. .1. Ware Buttcrfleld, secretary of Kansas Republican League, Topeka, Kan. I will attend all meetings for organization that I can. Let each one put a shoulder to the wheel, and give a strong, a long pull, and a pull altogether, and we will roll up such a majority that "calamity" will never be heard again in a Kansas campaign "in union there is strength." CHAB. V. DAWSON, Vice-President of Republican League of Kansas, for Reno county. Abbyville, Kan., April 2.1, 1S0J. LSAVEYOUR A lb DOLLARS m W BY TRADING ^ r WITH i US Try a sack of Only §1.25 per sack. How do these prices; strike you? 2 lbs evaporated pears for 2 lbs evaporated apricots 2J4 lbs evavorated apples 4 lbs evaporated grapes 3 lbs evaporated prunes 1 lb evaporated raspberries 25c 1 lb evaporated pitted cherries 20c 4 lbs dried peaches 5 lbs dried currants 25c Call and examine our stock and see if they are not the finest and cheapest in the market. THE 21 South Main. I 'Pttor Itisl. The following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Hutchinson post- olliee, April 28, 18!I2. I.AMES' LIST. liming. Miss May Dennett, Miss Mollv Dratllitlblss.Mls.s Etta Ilium. Miss Minnie FerKUsnn, Miss M;ir- Halrse. Miss Irene rlctt llanily, Mrs Mallssa C Osborne. Miss Annie Skenrce, Miss Sarah Wilson, Mrs Nettle H WliUlock. Mrs Katy. GK.NTI.KMA.N'S LIST. Bowers. Joe Dooiutlc. Marcus Henderson. .1 W \'V Martin, .1 McCain. M 1. Norman, Will 1-" Hevere Hotel Simmons. L-ouis 11 Snaugh, Huh woouaru. Win Conrail. Weir Darlington. Smcadly .Toslyn, Hose Mcluarrlc, N L Newburcer, G 1-' Potter, M H Heed, li P ^Ipc. J C Wrakota, James y.ieRler, H l -ACKAOKS. KaUen, Julia Wray.Oco \V Parties calling for any of the above list please say advertised. WILSON MCCANIU.KSS, Postmaster. THE Hutchinson: Music COMPANY. nr .Ai.Kits IN SAVEYOUR. V DOLLARS { f BY TRADING WITH US SAVE YOUR. i DOLLARS 4 7 BY TRADING ^ WITH US SAVEYOUR. i DOLLARS < 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, Von open the door, and up we eoinc. OUR MAINSPRING IS PUBLICITY. The more 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 Clothings Men's Furnishings & HatsJi We carry the largest stock in Hutih-a inson. We are agents for the be&'c makes in men's, boys' and children's clothing in the world. Manhattan shirts Christy hats, etc. Deal with us and get the best values for less money than you can buy them for elsewhere. SIOO 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. Thn candle is 12 inches in diameter, about 33 K inches in circumference and 8 feet r> inches in height. Come and get'guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1892. IN CLOTHING-, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS Tltu KKtiurttlim to Wtalilm. Arrangements are being completed to-day by the Modern Woodmen for their excursion to Wichita to-morrow,' The members of the camp will meet at their hull at 8:30 in the morning. If fifty persons, whether members or not, will go, the .Second Regiment band will accompany them. If it is decided to go by the Missouri Pacific they will go at 11:1.1 a. in., and return either at 1 :30 the next morning, or at 7:2.1. If the Santa Ke is selected they will start at 10:30 a. m., and leave Wichita at 4:30 a. m. to return. It is desirable that all who eontcuiplato going should leuve their names and number of tickets thoy want with W. R. Marshall either this evening or early to-morrow morning. Without l-'mimliallml. Tho report that the old Armory hull is unsafe Is only au Idle rumor, as is proven by the fact that the best architects in the city have examined It aud pronouueed it absolutely safe. Tho roof is supported by heavy wooden aud ivou trusses, and tho whole fitted out as au amusement hull ut an expense Minn Kva Slimitz. There was a fair sized audience out last night to witness the elocutionary entertainment given by Miss Shontz. Jler fame as an elocutionist had pre- cceded her to this city, and many persons attended, expecting to hear something cunusally good, and they were not disappointed. The audience was delighted with her recitations, and the cheering was loud and vociferous. Mrs. Robb, the mandoline club and Miss Mary Taylor furnished the music for the occassion, which was, as usual, delightful. Notice. Acacia chapter No. 37, 0. E. S., attention. After the regular order of business is completed, Thursday evening, April 28, the ladies of the ehuptor will give a basket social. Every lady is requested to bring a basket with lunch prepared for two. The now piano will be in the hall, und as there will be work, a full attendance is desired. Ry order of WOHTIIV MATRON. EMMA UO.MILAXD, Secretary. Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Chickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush. & G-ertz, PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, Nollcp. of the vestry A meeting of the vestry of time Episcopal church will be held at the olliee of Messrs. Whiteside & (Jleason on Thursday evening at S o'clock. A A full attendance is requested. lit .1. W. WOOD, Senior Warden. Rawing Macltity. The sewing society of the Presbyter- inn church will meet in the church parlors, on Thursday afternoon, ut 2 o'clock. Let everybody be present. Notice. The ladies of the guild of the Episcopal church will meet with Mrs. John Wood on north Muin street, on Thursday afternoon at3 o'clock. D.I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Pine rigs, stylish teams and the finest funeral car and white hearse i a the state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAl) FOR WEDDINGS AND CALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. .H. F. PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of TeaB, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. McfaonWertakiof Co. I\ S. MITCHELL, Funeral Director and Embalmer. O South Main. Open Duy and Nlghjf Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER, Are as flexible and dainty us the fin est turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the cork acting usn cushion to the. foot. Are tho most healthful shoes made, us cork is a non-conductor of heat aud cold. Ladies wearing them need not fear cold, damp or rough walks. The cork is secured in a pocket, which Is sowed In with the seam, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For sale by YOUNG BROS. llE OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated bilk seeds. THE BEST IN THE WORLD.

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