HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1892. Farm Loans. Wo take pleasure in inf.u-iuiuy our many patrons Dial we are better prepared Ihnn ever lieforc to negotiate farm loans. We nmlie our own examinations draw our own papers and are prepared to ilo.se loans without delay. We Make the ordinary loan and also nego tiate OK heretofore the incorapura hie combination life insurance loan. We. are always ready to give full information on cither plan. The Insurance-Loan Bugle Rives tmieh valuable information on the subjeet, In a personal interview we ean sometimes give, you more. Winne & Winne, KUPHDIE n, n, mm AVENUE A AND MAIN Hutchinson, Kan. iQN TON BAKERY Fresh BREAD Every Day. CREAM, HOMEMADE, GRAHAM AND RYE. Fresh Every Day Special attention pi von to orders lov fint* cakee for parties. J. W. Brehm, Proprietor. No, 15 North Main Street. The ICvll of MllhHthlillnii. Do you ever think when Inlying a patent medieine that you take ehanees of being imposed upon by mercenary »nd unserupulous dealers? If you demand time-tried and stood-the-test medicines you take, no chances: if you lake a substitute you may be putting poison into your system, that will result iu temporary relief and the sub- nequent wrecking of your health forever. Think it over. Hid you ever hear a complaint ubout Ilr. Tierce's Medicines—Pierce's llolden Medical Discovery, for the liver, the blood and the lungs, or Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weekly women, failing to do do just what they »ro advertised to do? Men who spend millions of dollars in advertising a remedy that is a benefaction to lav inanity, do not take these chances ivhen there is not a sterling force, a great remedy back of their advertisements. Dr. Pierce's remedies are guaranteed to give "value received or no ]>ay," and the Journal is doing' you a kindness, and not seeking to advertise Dr. Pierce, when it calls your attention to the reliability of such standard medicines.—La Salle and Peru (111.) Twin City Journal. It Churming people, these exceptional people! Here's u medicine—Dr. Pierce's llolden Meiiical Discovery, for instance And it has cured hundreds, thousands that are known, and thousands that »re unknown, and yet yours is an exceptional ease! Do you think that that Vit of human nature which you call is different from the other purccls of human nature? "Hut you don't know ray ease." Good friend, in nine *y-niuo out of hundred cases the eases »re the same—impure blood—and that is why llolden Medical Discovery' cures ninety-nine out of every hundred. You may be the exception. And you amy not. !!ut would you rather be the exception or would you rather lie well? If you're the exception it costs you nothing, you get your money back— lint suppose it cures you'.' Let the "(lolden Medical Discovery take the risk. Notice. A meeting of the vestry of Grace Episcopal church will be held at the ottloc of Messrs. Whiteside A tlleason iin Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. A A full attendance is requested. 3t .). W. WOOD, Seuior Warden. OUOUP, "WHOOPING COUGH and llroueliitiB immediately relieved by Shiloh Curo. for sale by A. 4 A. Drug Co. COMING TO THE GRASS. HUNDREDS OF CATTLE COMING INTO THIS COUNTY FOR PASTURE. Why Iteim County IN Jlceomliig Famous For I he nuiillly and Quiintlty or Cuttle Shlpperl to Mitrket—Wlmt Kntign* City ami Chicago CommlHHlon Men ITavr To ,Sny—The- Cnttlfl CotnhiK in Will CniiMime TliottHnntU or Oolliirs Worth or Our Surplus (iniln Next Fall. There was a large shipment of .stock received at the stock yards here yesterday, which came from Arizona, Following this will come six other train loads in a few days, which will, in turn, be followed by several other shipments of cattle, which will be turned in on our green prairies. These cattle are coming from Colorado, Arizona and the Indian Territory, and will be worth thousands of dollars to the farmers of Reno county. The character of these cattle, as well as that of those which are wont to seek our pastures, can be better understood when we say that the commission men of Kansas City and Chicago are always anxious to get hold of Itcno county cattle, claiming that they always find a ready sale, and always bring the top of the market. It is true that some of >ur shippers have sent to market some choice lots of cuttle, and it is also true that Kansas City commission men have agents i:; this part of the state con tinual'y soliciting shipments. Mr. .(. P. Ueisinger, who represents one of the leading commission firms in Kansas City, stated to the reporter upon his last trip to this city and county, that the Kansas City shippers to Chicago and other eastern markets, always watch for central and west Kansas cattle, and that when the top of the market is demanded they nearly always bring it. Why is this so'.' Here is the secret. The feeders of Iteno county are men who have made a specialty of preparing stock for state and county exhibitions: they are the best class of stock dealers and feeders from eastern states who have long since recognized in central Kansas a climate suitable for the choice care of stock, and have here found the sweetest grasses, the purest water, the best developed grain, and an army of breeders who have long since discarded the Pennyroyal and Tesewatcr breeds of cattle, as well as the sky scraping Texans of the poorer classes. The reader has often seen articles in the NEWS commendatory to the feeders of Reno county, which is all that is required to establish a reputation for our own cattle. The fact is, our feeders know how it is done and dave the feed to do it with. liar* Cooking" Modern Kcouumy. Manv persons seem to have a general impression that illuminating gas, such as is made in this city, when used for the usual family cooking is not economical even th •ugh it may be a luxury: that though it may do to warm a drink for the baby or cook a few simple dishes in light house keeping, it is not practicable, to employ it for the general use of the. kitchen. The wonderful eiiieaey and eeonmy of the modern gas range is largely the using the "Bunsen" or atmospheric burner, by which a large portion of utmospheric air and a small portion of gas are mixed and both burned the resulting llame being intensely hot and entirely free from any smoke or impurities. So called "fuel gas" cannot be mixedwith air in this manner, but the entire consumption at the burner must come through the gas meter. It requires three and one-half times as much fuel gas to heat a given amount as it does of the illuminating gas made here. Therefore, fuel gas at fifty cents per thousand feet is dearer than Hutchinson gas at SI.DO for fuel. The modern gas cooking ranges have two ovens, one for roasting and broiling, the other for baking, and in every way are handier and more efficient than coal ranges. As compared with gasoline stoves, they sire cheaper, cleaner, and, what is, more, they are safe. Among the prominent families in this city who are using gas cook stoves are the following: ,1. It. Hrown, .1. F. Kedhead, J. It. Vincent, H. W. Underwood, II. W. Olcuson, W. L. Woodnutt, L. A. Bigger. A. .!. Lusk, H. Whiteside, 0. II. Switzer, L. H. Young, S. F. Rati, 1. N. Wooddell, W. It. Underwood, 11. O. Davidson, W. F. Mulkoy, .1. M. Mulkey, W. .13, Hums and several others, any of whom can be consulted as to their success. The Hutchinson, Water, Light and Power company make it a point to sell gas stoves at cost, their object being to increase their list of consumers, and they carry a full stock and assortment of stoves ranging in price from S.I to §25 at their office at the waterworks. Mttfln it Nplouilid Kiie«. News comes from Kan Claire, Wis., to the effect that Frank K. Dougherty, tit one time city editor of the N'KWS, has been honorod by being elected to the office of city clerk, at a salury of SI, MM) per year. Eau Claire is solidly Democratic, and the candidates of that party for mayor and treasurer were elected by nearly 000 majority. Frank was the only Hepubllean elected,and he received ft majority of over 100. It was Indeed a great victory for him, and his many Hutchinson •friends rejoice with him over his good fortune. For a number of years past he has been engaged in the newspaper business in Eau Claire, as city editor of the Daily Leader, and recently in the same capacity on the Sunday Morning Forum. UTJITEO FOR LIFE. Mr.T. M. I.own ami MINK Annie E. Tuttle Cnlteil lor I.Ire. Mr. Theodore M. Lowe and Miss Anna E. Tuttlc were united in marriage yesterday afternoon at I o'clock at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tutllo, No. 117 Campbell street east, by the Rev. Chas. Hcst- wood of the Methodist Episcopal church of Hurrton. The ceremony "was witnessed by a number of relatives and friends. The bride and groom will leave today for McPhcrson county to visit the brother of the groom for a few days, after which they will return to Valley township where they will make their home. Miss Anna Tuttle is well known in this county. The groom is the son of Mr. R. .1. Lowe of Valley township. Mr. Lowe, is highly respected by all who know him, and is engaged in farming. Presents were received from Mr. and Mrs. R. .1. Lowe, C. W. Lowe, Q. P. Lowe, Miss Jennie Lowe and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Tuttle, of Valley township; ilr. N. P. Tuttle, of Sumner county: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tuttle, John Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Knight, Misses Mamie and Ida Little, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Anderson, of Hutchinson. The happy couple start out upon life's voyage under the most favorable auspices and a host of friends join iu wishing them a long and happy voyage through life. The bride was dressed in tan crcpon trimmed with silk and wore natural flowers. The groom wore the conventional black. A splendid supper was served, which was prepared by the bride. *»* En tcrttiln men t. 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 >t Winne's office. We only ask 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 tit once. H. W. fJi.EAsoN, F. W. YOUNG, O. E. CoMSTOCK, .1. W. ROBEHTB, L. F. CAIN, Com. Airs. Huncock liiHtltie. Mrs. Millie Hancock, the mother of the colored boy who was recently shot at McPhcrson, created considerable excitement on the street last night, by screaming and making other demonstrations indicative of insanity. Her home is in Missouri, from whence she came upon hearing of the shooting affray. She has been constantly watching and caring for him for several days, and it is thought that the .worry upon her brain and the strain upon her nervous system turned her mind. Dissolution Notice. The llrm of A. 10. Vaughn &. Co., 'composed of A. K \ au slm arid Jno. A. King, is this dav dissolved by mutual consent, Jno. A. KIIIR retiring, and A. E. Vaughn continuing the business, assuming all liabilities and collecting all accounts. A. E. VAUGHN. JNO. A. KINO. April 21, 1802., Legal Notice. First Publication, April 25, 1802. To II. P. Hoadley, H. M. Ueardsley, II. C. Gilbert, The JarvlB -Conklln Mortgage Trust company, Jarvis. Oonklin & Company: You and each of you will take notice that The Hristol Savings Bank, as plaintiff, has heretofore filed its petition in the district court within and for the county of Reno and state of Kansas, against U. P. Hoadley. II. M. Ueardsley, H. C. Gilbert, The Western Investment company of the county of Kingman, Kansas. The Jarvis-Conklln Mortgage Trust campand, .larvls, Coaklin & Company, The Muscatine Mortgage and Trust company, John T. Kasley, L. I*. Jackson and Laura II. JackHou, his wife, as defendants, and thai you and each of you must answer salil petition on or before the tftti day of June, isle;, or said petition will be taken as true, and a judgment rendered accordingly against each and all the defendants, vacating and setting aside, as against the said Hristol Savings Dank, the certain judgment reudered in and by said court on or about the lath day of September, 1HHI). In an action pemllne iu said court wherein said II. P. Hoadley was plaintiff and William J. llowen, The Bristol Savings Hank, and others, were defendants; also the certain other Judgment of said court In the Hame action rendered on or about the HOtn day of September, 1800, said Judgments being for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage given bv one William J. Bowen and wife to Jarvis Cbnklln & Company, upon the real estate described below, and barring and foreclosing the said Bristol Savings bank from all right and interest in said premises after saie made lu pursuance of such judgments; and a further Judgment vacating the sheriff's sale made iu pursuance of such previous Judgments, ana the sheriff's deed made in pursuance of such sale to the defendant 's Ueardsley and tlllbfit. aud adjudging that the plaintiff, notwithstanding such prior Judgments and sale has a valid and subsist, ing lien bv virtue of its mortgage set forth lu said petition on the said real estate, iowlt: The southeast ouarler of section twenty- nine CIO), township twenty-six ("«), range tea (loi, west of theslxth principal maridlan containing 1110 acres more or less. Also a further Judgment herein determining the amount due upon the sulci prior mortgage given by William J. Bowen and wife to Jarvis, Conk- 11a and company, and determining the rights and interest of the several de- leudauts lu said real estate, and that plain- till be allowed to redeem trout such prior mortgage, and determining the amount necessary to be paid on such redemption, and that after such payment the said defendants, and each and all of them, be barred and foroloseil of all right, title and interest, iu or to said premises, ant) for such other and further relief as may be Just aud equitable. WlllTESIDK & OLEASON, B. A. McMATH, Attorneys for Plaintiff. ATTEST: V. P. ADAMS, Clerk of District Court. mm ........ t ^tJUDE^^^BJP^ MAR] PATENT EAVENWORTH. KANS Try King of Kausus Flour, 81.2."> a sack. Price List of THE CASH GROCERS. 21 South Main. SUOAK. 20 lbs Granulated 81.00 21 lbs Light Hrown 1.00 22 lbs New Orleans t.OO COFFEE, Arbuckle $ .30 Midland .20 Santos 20 Mocha and Java 33 K CANNED GOODS. 3 lb ean Tomatoes 8 .10 3 lb ean Pumpkin 10 2 lb can Corn 10 2 lb can String Means 10 2 lb can Lima lleans 08 X 2 lb can Succotash 08X 2 lb ean Peas 08><( 2 lb can Blackberries '10 2 lb can Raspberries 10 2 lb can Gooseberries 10 2 lb ean Strawberries 10 3 lb can Peaches IS 2Jo lb can California Peaches... .20 2Jj lb can California Apricots..: .20 2,S' lb can California Green Gage .20 2>,' lb can California Egg Plums .20 2} 3 ' lb can California Pears 25 2!-i lb can California Quinces 29 2 h; lb can California Cherries... .20 Gallon can California Peaches.. .40 Gallon ean California Currants.. .'10 I Gallon can California Goosebor's .40 Gallon can Apples 25 1 lb can Mackerel: 10 1 lb can Salmon 15 1 lb can Oysters 10 2 lb can Oysters 17 H SUNDRIES. 5 lbs Ueans 8 .25 3 lbs Rice 25 ti lbs Oat Meal 25 5 lbs Bulk Starch 25 Sour Pickles, per gallon 25 Hams 11 llreakfast Hacon , .11 Lard :. .10 THE i Hutchinson: Music COMPANY. I>KAU-:KS IN 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., Are as flexible and dainty as the finest turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the cork acting as a cushion to the foot. Are the most healthful shoes made, as cork is u non-conductor of heat and cold. Ladies wearing them need not fear cold, dump or rough walks. The eork is secured in a pocket, which is sewed iu with the scum, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or eurl up. For sale by YOUNG BROS. A Tree is Known by its Fruity JUST RECEIVED IN 300 ohild'e suits, $0 200 child's suite, 300 child's suits, 400 child's suitH, 350 child's suits, 500 child's suits, 650 child'B suits, OUR BOY DEPARTMENT 50, worth all of $1.00 75, worth fully 1.25 00, new colors, worth 1.75 50, all wool, worth 2.35 75, beauties, worth 2. CO ,00, handsome, worth 3.00 50, hummers, worth 4.00 We have a handsome line of fine boys' suits, Jerseys, 3-piece suits, etc. Prices low and correct. IN OUR YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. See our S3.00 suits, worth 8-1.00 4.00 •' 5.50 ."i.#(l " 7.50 li.50 " 10.00 8.00 •• 12.00 10.00 . •• 15,00 12.00 " 18.00 HOYS' SHIRT WAIST DEPARTMENT 500 dozen at 15c each, worth 25 800 dozen, sateen, at 25c, worth 50 KNEE PANTS FOR BOYS. 500 dozen at 10c pair, worth 20 450 " 20e " 35 350 " 25c •' 45 250 " 35e " 50 Our 50c. 75c & 81 pants are well known Above arc the best values we ever had for the money. We say they arc worth more money—we know they are wortli more—but we always give our trade the benefit. Remember we are the acknowledged Leaders of Low Prices in Clothing, Men's Furnishings and Hats. Remember our stock is the largest clothing stock u" Hutchinson. We buy in such large quantities that we can say truthfully, CLOTHING RETAILED AT / WHOLESALE PRICES. ii**' SlOO 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. The candle is 12 inches in diameter, about 33>,; inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 18U3. ^tfC^ LEADERS LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS D .I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams and the finest funeral car and white hearse io the state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND GALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. !EI. IT. PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a line line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. Hutchinson Undeiiakiog Co. F. S. MITCHELL, ..... Funeral Director and Embalmer. \ 10 South Mulu. Open lJ»r and Nigt>yl Telegraph Orders Given Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER, LEADING GROGE OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sellD.M. Ferry &Co.'s celebrated bxik seeds * THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
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