The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 2, 1892 · Page 6
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 6

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Monday, May 2, 1892
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6. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, MAY 2, 1892. Farm Loans. We take, pleasure in informing run* many patrons that we art' bottrr prepared limn over before 1n n!•).'<itiiile farm loans. We make mi!' own examinations draw onr own papers and are prepared to clns<> loans without, delay. Hie ordinary loan and also ncgo tiate as heretofore the incompuru. hie combination life Insurance loan. We are. always ready to (five full information on either plati The Insiii'anwvLoaii Bnsdo jrives much valuable information on the, subject, In n personal terview we ean sometinieR (five you more. Winne & Winne, 'HONE no, n, mm mm n AND MAIN Hutchinson, Kan. ON TON BAKERY Fresh BREAD Every Day. CREAM, HOMEMADE, GRAHAM AND RYE. Fresh Every Day- Spccuil ui ten Hon given to orders for fine cakes for parties. J. W. Brehm, Proprietor. No. 1.". North Main Street. THE AUDITORIUM, Nmirliijj Completion, uml It I, llu> Itnftt In the Stiitc;. The Auditorium is fast Hearing completion, and will he in good shape, to receive the convention on the 5th. It is u daisy, niueh nicer and more substantial t han any one had expected. The design is elegant, and the interior irrangemcnl. is such that when the last liclc has been struck Hutchinson will have the best. Imildiiig for convention purposes to be found in the state. Mr. Nigger is not in the habit of doing things by the halves, and the construction of the Auditorium is no exception. At the park yesterday, you could hear exclamation after exclamation of surprise, as the crowd present beheld the. structure, both from an exterior and interior view. We now have an Auditorium which, for convention or any other public purpose, is not ex. celled in the state and has but few equals. We are now in a good shape for the big gathering, anil can only -say. "Let it come.'' Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb, healthy and has a happy, position. The child is pleasant dls- ••\o l'lnce l.llii' Hoim)." K. T. Oliverson. of Abbeyville. one Menu county's leading and most pros perous farmers, bus just returned from the eastern stall's, including the principal coast regions. He states that ho finds people there equally as prosperous and happy as in Kansas, but as they do not know anything about the outside world they arc easily satisfied. When he drew as mild a picture as possible of the conditions and prospects of Kansas, they tapped their foreheads, as did the friends of Christopher Columbus, when that bold navigator laid before them the possibilities of a new world to the west. They can not see Kansas in any other light than as a wild, barren, desolate plain, inhabited by savages anil wild beasts. He thinks that if the easterner could once be induced to come to the land of "milk and honey,'' where the vast area of wheat is too great for the eye to discover, or too immense for figures to compute, that they might bo civilized, and become us smart as we who inhabit this barren (V) waste. He says tl'.Hthe would not give one year and luo acres of Iteno county land for an eternity and a whole continent of the east. Mlli-rliKl. Kev. Everest, minister of the Christian church, spoke the. solemn and ira prcssive words last night which united in marriage Mr. A. 10. Vaughan and Miss Mabel Fotitron, both of this city. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride's parents and in the presence of a few of the immediate friends of the contracting parties. Mr. Vaughan is of the firm of Vaughan & Co., proprietors of the extract house on North Main street, is one of onr most highly respected young men and has a bright business future before liim. The bride is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Judge Fontron, and has many friends and admirers. Thu young couple have the best wishes of a large circle of friends. The NKWK offers congratulations. Thu Stum anil SI ripen. A. W. Innes, our cntcrpvislug dry goodu muu, hits received a beautiful flag 0x1 f> feet, which ho presented to tho city to be placed on top of the tower of the Aditorium. .The Uug is of thu best material, a good sizo, as large as thu Uag-pole will curry, and will look ininieuHu when pluccd iu position. It •will wave over the hall on convention Humttty at tlio Turk. Yesterday was a galaday at the park The crowd was quite large and, aside from the dust, which floated promiscuously, the day was all that could be desired. The Second Regiment band gave one of their popular concerts, which never fails to attract a crowd. It was a no- ticable fact that all through the rendition of the programme, the audience near the baud stand was both large and at tentive. The New Orleans Minstrels, who laid over for the day here, en route 'or points down on the Hutchinson and Southern, attended the. concert, and many commendatory remarks wen 1 beard from them with reference to tin: playing of the band. Oilmore seemed to be in an unusual pleasant mood,and the batqn dashed through the air at a speed and with a grace of unusual ex ccllcncc. There was only one thing to mar the happiness of the crowd, or to create discordant notes on the part of the band, Some one started the style of "Onderblackenstein Cups," (some, say it was Klmer May) the presence of which upon the "coco" of a number of the boys frightened all timid notes and occasionally created discord There were a few of those caps, also, in the audience, so that it was hard sailing for the poormusie. No matter how efficient the operator, or how elegant the piece of music, no man can do justice, to his job and be situated in the vicinity of those caps. C.ilmore would do well to cither exclude those caps from the .stand next Sunday, or have all his music made acquainted with tlieui before going to the park. It would do well for the boys to have a meeting on Saturday night for the purpose of making those caps, their horns, and the music all acquainted, and, if possible, cause them to become friends. Where did you get that cup? A llooil Htart. A Degree of Honor lodge was organized in Nickerson on Saturday night, which was witnessed by a large number of members of the order from this city, who also assisted iu the work. The installation ceremony was performed by Mr. lliatt of Nickerson, assisted by a number of the members of the Hutchinson lodge. The degree staff from this city gave a display of the initiation work, by initiating two candidates, Mrs. Mettio Hoffman, C. 11., giving the secret work. J'here were forty-six names attached to the charter, and thus the lodge starts off iu an elegant manner, with bright prospects before them. The following officers were installed: 1>. C. of H.—Mrs. .1. I). Heed. L. of 11.—Mrs. U. Stover. C. of 11.—Mrs. Michulis. Financier—Mrs. Win. Scott. Receiver—Mrs. Tom Rumble. C. of C.—Mrs. Koss Whiteside. Recorder—Mrs. Corp. I. W. Mrs, lliatt. O. W.—Mr. Feast. After the work of the evening had been completed, the visiting members were banqueted in the manner peculiar to the. Nickerson people who have a habit of giving visiting friends a good treat. Not content with feasting and entertaining our people so royally, they secured the services of a special train for the benefit of, those who wanted lo come home, while a number of the Nickersoniuns accompanied them, immediately returning home. Our people who were present speak in very loud terms of praise of the Nickerson brothers and sisters. Hot Wind* uml Cyclones. Sometime during the forties Mr. ba- ganl spent many months in excavating the mines of Nineveh, describing a sudden ehnnge in the landscape, says: 'The verdure of the plain has perished almost in a day. Hot winds coming from the desert had burned up and carried away the shrubs. The heat was almost now intolerable. Violent whirlwinds occasionally swept over the face of the country. They could be seen as they advanced from the desert carrying along with tliem clouds of sand and dust. They were us blunts from a furnace during the day, and even at night they drive away sleep." "The houses of Baghdad and Mosul" (the latter opposite Nineveh), "are provided with underground apartments in which all the inhabitants pass the day in the summer months." It is certainly not at all unlikely from this bit of historical information that both hot winds and cyclones existed, and that vegetation, as well as person and property suffered and probably perished on account of the existence of these things. As T. 11. Gal- luudet, who died in September 1851. "We can scarcely wonder that the prophet ,lonah. with such blasts of wind and clouds of dust from the desert beating on his unprotected head, fainted, and thought within himself that it was better for him to die than to live." We never have thought that the hot winds which sometimes trouble us originated in Kansas, but somewhere to the south of us, probably in Texas, and by the time they reach us coming across the hut sandy plains, they are of such warmth as to almost take the life out of everything they touch. Mr. Layward says: "The hot winds coming from the desert." These winds were hot before they reached Nineveh, or that part of the plain, just as the winds are hot before they strike us. So, then, it is safe to say that hot winds have been known to exist for upward of forty years, or existed forty years ago, and until the prairie sod in the south and west is disposed of western Kansas will be troubled more or less with this plague. Hence, the importance of the steam plow in all those counties to turn the sod over at the enormous rate of twenty-five to forty acres daily. Then the west will blos­ som as the rose. ,1. N. BAHHEE, KANS Try King of KauBas Flour, 81.25 a sack. Price List of THE CASH GROCERS. 21 South Main. SUGAR. 20 lbs Granulated S1.00 21 lbs Light Urown 1.00 •J2 lbs New Orleans 1.00 COFFEE, Arbnckle S .21) Midland 20 Santos 20 Mocha and Java 33X CANNED GOODS. 3 lb ean Tomatoes S .10 3 lb cau I'umpkin 10 2 lb cau Corn 10 .1(1 .osx A Card. We received a call a few days since from Mr. and Mrs. J. Baker of Hutchinson, who remembered the unfortunate inmates of "our home," bringing a lot of reading matter which was thankfully received, and it will help to pass many a dreary hour by the inmates of the county poor house. G. W. Zl .MMKRMAN. 2 lb can String Means 2 lb can Iiima lieans 2 lb can Succotash OSX 2 lb can Peas OSJff 2 lb can lilaekberries '10 2 lb can Raspberries 10 2 lb can Gooseberries 10 2 lb ean Strawberries 10 3 lb ean Reaches ../.., .15 2J-j Ui can California Teaches... .20 2J ;j' lb can California Apricots..: .20 23i lb can California Green Gage .20 lb can California Egg Plums .20 2}i lb can California Pears 25 2>j lb can California Quinces 20 2};, lb call California Cherries... .20 Gallon can California Peaches.. .40 Gallon can California Currants.. .40 Gallon ean California Gooseber'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 SUNDR1BS. 5 lbs lieans 8 .' 3 lbs Rice : IS lbs Oat Meal 25 5 lbs Hulk Starch Sour Pickles, per gallon... Hams 11 Hreakfust Jlacon , .11 Lard :. .10 A Tree is Known by its Fruit. JUST RECEIVED IN OUR BOY DEPARTMENT 300 child's suits, $0.50, worth all of §1.00 .75, • worth fully 1.25 1.00, new colors, worth 1.75 1.50, all wool, worth 2.35 1.75, beauties, worth 2.W 2.00, handsome, worth 3.00 2.50, hummers, worth 4.00 200 child's suits, 300 child's Buits, 400 child's suits, 350 child's suits, 500 child's suits, 650 child's suits, We have a handsome line of fine Prices low and correct. IN OUR YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. See our 83.00 suits, worth $4.0<f 4.00 " 5.50 " 5.00 " 7.50 " 0.50 " 10,00 S.OO 10.00 12.00 12.00 15,00 18.00 boys' suits, Jerseys, 3-piecc suits, etc. ROYS'SHIRT WAIST DEPARTMENT 500 dozen at 15e each, worth 25 800 dozen, sateen, at 25c, worth 50 KNEE PANTS FOR UOYs" 500 dozen at 10c pair, worth 20 450 " 20c " 35 • 350 " 25c '' 45 250 " 35c " 50 Our 50c. 75c & 81 punts lire well known Above are the best values we ever had for the money. We say they are worth more money—-we know they are worth more—but we always give our trade the benetit. Remember we are the. acknowledged Leaders of Low Prices in Clothing, Men's Furnishings and Hats. Remember our stock is the largest clothing stock irJ Hutchinson. We buy in such large quantities that we can say truthfully, CLOTHING RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. $100 IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY. To the party or parties guessing the time or nearest the time it will take onr caudle to burn. The. candle is 12 inches in diameter, about 33 \-i inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4. 18(12. LEADERS OF i ChuutiUKjtm Clrclt*. The Chautauqua circle will bo addressed to-night by Scott 10. Winne, on "A Trip Through Europe." The public is invited to attend and will be made welcome. The meeting will occur at the First M. E. church. The lecture promises to be very interesting and a large, crowd is expected. Notice. The regular business meeting of the \V. C. T. U. will meet to-morrow (Tuesday) at the ofllce of W. A. Woodrow on North Main. There are several important business matters to be considered and a good attendance desired. SKCltETAltY. Luvlmi Wurrcii No. Hutchinson bus us great a curiosity almost as Itarnum found in the great Warren family. Win, M. Heaverly is the father of a little child, six years old, who has not grown an inch in heighth nor gained a pound in flesh for four years. Although she in 0 years old, thoroughly educated in all things known to children of her age, and aside from her si/.e she is a perfect 0-year-old child. She talks freely and intelligently, is as apt nt learning as children of her age usually are and is Yjulte a curiosity. Should she lives and continue to develop intellectually, and retain her physical form as she has for the pust four yours, she will bo as great or ovou greater a curiosity than Legal Notice. First Publication, April LT>, 18012. To H. 1\ Hoadlev, U. hi. Bcardsley, H. C tlllbert, The Jarvin-Conklin Mortgage Trust companv, Jarvl.s, Oonklln fit Company: You and each of you will lake notice that The HrlHtol Savings Wank, as plaintiff, han heretofore tiled its petition in the district court within and fur the county of Reno ami state of Kansas, against II. 1*. Hoadley. II, M. UeardHley, ll. c. Gilbert, The Western In vcMtment company of the county of King' man. Kaunas The Jarvls-Conklln Mortga^t Trust cumpaml, Jarvis, Oonklln & Company, The Muscatine Mortgage and Trust com puny. John T. Kaslev, L. Jacknon until Laura H. Jackson, his* wife, as defendants, and that you and each of you must answer said petition on or before the 8th day of •. June, \HU1. or said petition will be taken as true, and a Judgment rendered accordingly againnt each and all the defendantB, varat- lugaud setting aside, as against thesaid Bristol Savings Hank, the certain Judgment rendered in and by said court on or about the llltli dav of September, 18HU, tn .ui action pending in said court whenin said H. P. Iloadlev was plaintiff and William J. Bowen. The Bristol Savings Bank, and others, were defendants; also the certain other Judgment of said court in the same action rendered on or about the :10th day September. 181*0, said Judgments being I<T the foreclosure of a certain mortgage tjiv.-n by one William J. Bowen and wife to Jarvis Coiiklin & Company, upon the real estate described below, and barring and foreclosing Lhe said Bristol SavingH bank from all right and interest in said premises after sale made in pursuance of such Judgment*; and a further Judgment vacating the slier- iff's sale made in pursuance of such previous judgments, ami the sheriff's deed made In pursuance of Mich sale to the defendant's Ueardsley and Gilbert, and adjudging thai the plaintiff, notwithstanding such lirlor judgments and sale has a valid and aunsUi- lng lien by virtue of Its mortgage set forth in said petition on the said real estate, towit: Thu southeast quarter of section twenty nine CM>}, township twenty-six (20), range ten (10), westof theslxtbprincipalinaridlaii containing 100 acres more or less. Also a further Judgment herein determining the amount due upon the said prior mortgage given by William J. Bowen and wife to Jarvln, Conk- llu and company, and determining the rights and interest of the several defendants in said real estate, and that plaintiff be allowed to redeem from such prior mortgage, and determining the amount necessary to be paid on such redemption, and that after such pavment the said defendants, and each and all of them, be barred and forclosed of all right, title and Interest, In or to said premises, and for such other ami further relief a» may be Juat and equitable. WUlTKStDK & G LB A RON, E, A. MuMATH, Attorneys for Plaintiff. ATTKHT: F. P. AIIAMH, Clerk of District Court. m-at THE COMPANY. Pianos and Organs. General agents for southwestern Kansas for Chickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush & G-ertz, PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. O m C0 6' O 30 * CD o r- m D.I. Galliher, LIVERYMAN. Fine rigs, stylish teams and the finest funeral .•ar and white hearse i o Jthe state. ROCKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND GALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. IF 1 . 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. Co. F.S.MITOHELL, Funeral Director and ErabalinerA Open I>ny mid Nit;yiipF 10 South Mitln. 7} Z m o 0» X o tn 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 a non-conductor of heat and cold. Ladies wearing them need not fear cold, damp or rough walks. The cork is secured iu a pocket, which is sewed in with tho seam, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For sale by YOUNG BROS. Telegraph Orders G-iven Prompt Attention. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER, OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated b$)fc r seeds. » THE BEST IN THE WORLD.

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