The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 17, 1892 · Page 3
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•mm HUTCHTNBON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1892. THEIR PARTING. UIllVl^ K ' s Clairette Soar K Atari* w N.K.FAIRBANKS*CO. St. LOUIS. WW Hutchinson, Kansas, The only manufacturers of r 611 'v iry /\i> ,1:1 :i«5r^;.'-. V ^H UTCHINSON West of New York. Guaranteed not to Harden in any Climate. OUR BPt-AJSTIDS: WESTERN, RIVERSIDE, DIAMOND, •U NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT. We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to eltLir? the "Ashton or Higglns im ported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretainly agree with us. R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. Ask jour'"grocer for 'it. It will suit you, «N»CQU »mTEDWITHTH6aE00B »PHY0FTH13C0UNTR»WIU ,<lBTAW MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE has CMcap,MMai&MficRy., The Direct Routo to and from CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND,' DAVEOTORT, DE8 MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAIIA, LINCOLN, WATERTOWN, SIOUX PALLS, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, ST. JOSEPH. ATCUISoN, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS CITY, TOPEUA, DENVER, COLORADO SFBIHaS, and PUEBLO. 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Soeotat Direction* Mallei with each Box, Addrete Ballud SnowZlalmut Co.! 98IB LUOAtAvK. 8T. LOUIS, • Ma TAR SOAP Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing. Cures Chapped Hands, Wounds, Burns, Eto. Removes and Prevents Dandruff. WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP. Specially Adapted for Use in Hard WateH »• SCO O 0*0 4 •e«»$.0*«300<.»0'»0«« ••••••• * Shorten! Labor, £ Lessens Pain, S Endorsed by the leading Physicians. | Booh to'•UoiktrM^mnUtAVnUE. J BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. j ATLANTA, OA. • SOLD BV^AL^J3RWjQ18T3. J IW AN HOOD RESTORED. "8AHATIVO." the "tongerful Spanish -jJoMdy, is sold with a Written Guarantee tecum all Noivous Dla- such aa Weak tt. Loss of Brain !«.»er, Headache, tfolnoBB, Lost Man. -J, Jfervousness, Las* IfiVall drains and Hot power of tho It W»» tho First Time They Had lleotl Separated Since the Ceremony. Thoy hnd been married but six weeks, and her "own dear blessed George" was going away to bo gone three "whole dreadful days." She had gone to the station to see hint off and was clingins tightly to his arm as they walked up and down the platform, waiting for bis train to back into tho station. Both ol thorn were its solemn as they would have been hnd he been exiled to Siberia and was about to start for that delectu^ bio country. "You'll write every day, won't you darling?" she said. "Yes, indeed. And you must write mo a long letter tonight." "Oh, I will. Aud you'll take real good enro of yourself?" "Oh, yes: 1 will." "Oh, yon must! What would I do it anything should happen to my boy?" "Oh, nothing will happen to me, darling." "Oh, but something might. It would kill me if anything should happen to you!" "You foolish little girl to be so fond ol me. But I'll bo all right." "Be so careful getting on and off the cars—promise mo that you won't get oft or onto a car whilo it is in motion." "Oh, I won't. You take good care oi yourself, darling." "Oh, 1 shall just sit and cry all the time." "Shall you miss me so much?" "Miss you? Oh, George!" "My darling!" "The minutes will seem to mo like years? Won't you miss mo?" "Miss you? I shall think of you every minute." "You dear old boy! Oh, is that youi train coming in?" "Yes." "Oh, George!" "Yon must bo a brave and strong little woman." "How can I when you are go-go-going a-a-awny?" ' "There, there, don't cry; you'll attract so much attention." / "I—1—don't care how much attention I attract, and I—I—have to cry!" "No, you inuBn 't. Come now, kiss me goodby." "Oh, George!" "Goodby, darling." "You'll be so careful?" "Yes, yes. Goodbyl" » "And you'll be sure to come home Friday?" "Yes, indeed, Goodby, sweetheart." "Good—oh, I shall be so anxious about you." "Oh, Til come home all right. Goodby." "Goodby, darling." . "Goodby." "Oh, George, how can I let you go?" "You must, my pet. Goodby." ' "Goodby, my treasure boy. Wave your handkorchief from the window won't you, darling?" "Yes, yes. I must go now; tho bell is ringing. Goodby." "Go-o-o-d-b-b-byl" "There, there; don't cry. By, by!" "Goodby. Bo just;—as—careful—as— Goodby!" "Goodby!" he shrieks from the cat window. She waves her handkerchief excitedly, and his own flutters from thu car window as long aB tho train is in sight, and she goes tearfully home, while he—well, the ways of a man are past finding out, but let us hope that ho is thinking only of her.—Smith & Gray's Monthly. Undecided. Before & After U— Photograi lied fraraHftv Generative Organs in TttWr, sex, caused by or the excessive OTer-eiorllon, youthfulJlomiei,—.^, „ „v«„, YO oscoftobacM.onluin,or iMeanUuita;which ultimately end to Innriotty,Coi» I nspbpOBiloVIii™ity. Put up in convenient form to i^rnU v 1st pocket. Price |1 a.pack-ay, or »^«i5*iffi f «v«ry 85 order we give I written f.uarantefj to pure or refuncT money Sent by nuQ to s»> address. circ"lii in plain envelop*? Mnl&Utillpaper. AddressV MADRID OHtKtflitlO^ Stanch Office for U. 8. A. *M DcarberttBt «*, CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SAl£ W *M WKKtWtiI KASMB V 'K&'S SP" *°° R NOT " 1 0 A. J. Eaam Santa F« " back, a look of triumph on his face, and when he went past his friend he said with an air of great enioymeut, "I've already got to the canvahback." On his second trip back the road ho said, "I'm noaring tha coffoc." Then, having made three round trips, ho sang out with great glee: "And now we are at tho cigars. Have 1 ridden enough for jon?" "Yes," was the - answer, spoken quietly. "Now get off." But a look of pain came into the other's face. Ho had forgotten about that clause in tho condition. He did not ti to get off just then. Ho went a litt distance up the road and then cai back. Ho "slowed down" until the machine began to wobble and then ha started up suddenly. He tried to make up his mind to get off eovoral times, but his courage failed him, and his heartless friend watched him with a calm smile around his lips. "Say," cried the rider, still working his foot industriously as he went up and down tho road, "have I got to ride here all night?" "Of course not," answered tho othor. "Get off whenever you please. Get off now. You've earned your dinner." "Hang it, man!" said the rider; "you ought to compromise. I liavo ridden like an expert." "No compromise." "Don't I get anything for riding so well?" "You get a dinner, but you pay for it, I guess." . "You won't compromise?" "Canvasback duck," was the mocking answer. ; "Then I'll try for it," declared the rider, and down he and the bicyclo camo in a heap. "It's betting on a sure thing," said his friend helping him to get up, "when a man never knew how to ride well and haBn 't been on a wheel for a long time.'' —New York Tribune. "So the cook is going to leave?" said tho husband. "I don't know. I discharged hor today and she said she would think it over."—Washington Star. Ho Gat the Ulght Girl. Briggs—That was a narrow escape Bildergate had, wasn't it? You know he was just about to marry a girl when he found that she spent $1,500 a year on her dresses. Griggs—Yes, but he married all the same. * Briggs—True, but he didn't marry that girl. Griggs—He didn't, whom did he marry, then? Briggs—Her dressmaker.—Cloak Review. BETTING ON A SURE THING. t'ho Bicycle Oeta in Its Fine Work on a Man Who Can't Ridu Very Well. A man who said that ho had not been on a bicycle for ten yoars, and that when he had last been on one he did not know how to rido very well, had a chance to make a bet tho othor day. "I'll tell you what I will do," said one of his friends. "I'll bet you a dinner that you can'* take a bicycle, get on it, ride it up and down the road here (it was in the country) three or four times and get off without falling, using no assistance such as fences or trees either to mount or dismount." "I'll take you," said the other with a broad grin on his face. '!A11 right," and tho man who offered the bet had a bicycle brought out to the road. The man who thought ho could ride the two wheeled machine went at the thing with calmness and confidence. He got into tho saddle as lightly and grace- full as a trick rider and sailed away like a swallow. He turned and camo -Life. LOST! SOMEWHERE ON THE ROAD OF LIFE, BY HARD WORK AND WEAR AND TEAR- A SOUND, HEALTHY CQNSTITUTIO NOTICE OWNERS CAN PREVENT FURTHER LOSS BY USING james pyiis PEARLINE Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you, " this is as good as" or "the same as Pcarline." IT'S FALSE—Pearline is Send it back never peddled, and if your grocer sends you something in piace of Pearline, do the honest thms-sttid it iatt. ,„ JAMES PYLB. Now York. HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yaids have direct connection with all railroads running into Hutchinson—five roads. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Host distributing point in tbo west. All parties wanting Blockers and feeders should try this market. Information furbished upon Application. BENJ. W. LAPP, General Manager, Mc AMMON ThIE BARBER. SALT BATHS, HOT BATHS, COLD BATHS. No. 20 North Main Street. Open on Sunday until noon. COMPANY. - ( Xngentotiit Mr. Jon on. Now, Jones ho writ ft Btory of a blamed Biipo Hor kind-- a In'fiict, n stronger story would bo pretty hard to (hid. Ho n-.iil It to his frlcndn, which tho samo it greatly moved; In nrivulo Jones himself admitted it couldn't bo improved. But with tho periodicals his story seemed to full. Each 1 lino It camo n-riding back on tho noit returning mail; And the editor of The Monthly Snoro turned up liis noso In scorn, And sent a noto advising Jonos to slick to hoe* tug corn. Then .lanes, ho cursed these worthy men in a way Hint was u night; He freely charged they'd not tho brains to last them over night, And of Tho Snoro'is conductor he took occasion to assert That tho critter didn't know enough to actio when hu was hurt. Yot still tho story wouldn't Bell, though offered far and wide But Jones was not' \o fellow long to stand upon his pride; ,4 Sho'r. perfect, but I'll alter 'er, M the rising author said; For a literary man, Jones has a decidedly long head. So Jones he tossed aside his coat and tousled up MB hair. Pulled oil' his cuffs and got his pen and dropped into his chair, Yanked down hie perfect Btory from. Its place upon tho shelf And rewrote it in u dialect he couldn't read himself. Then to tho brilliant Monthly Snoro ho sent tho same as new. Within two hours these glorious words were spread hi Jones' view: "Dear Mr. Jones, wo greatly Uko '01' UobVu's J impTeek.' And beg that you herewith will find inclosed our cashier's check." Yes, JoueH he writ a atoryl—and ho kept on writiug more Till he's got the job of editing tho able Monthly Snore; But he keeps'em all In dialect that never can bo read— For a literary man Jonea has a decidedly lone head, —New. York Tribune. No Umbrellas. The habits of a lifetime on shore are not easily shaken off when one goes to sea. Mr. and Mrs. Parkinson were on their first ocean journey, aud were in their stuteroom one Juy when Mr. Parkinson remarked to his wife: "I think it jnust be raining." Airs. Parkinson rose, peeped out of the portholo upon tho broad ocean and said: **l guetis'taint raluin much. I don't seu anybody out with an umbrella!"— Youth's Companion. A Uttul'ul Mirror. Little Nell—What does the organist at our church have a lookin gloss fixed over his head on the organ for? Littlo Dick—1 guess that's so he can tell the choir when tho minister is look in.—Good News* We Pay Freight on Local or Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any part of the city at reasonable rates. Yoars of experience in boxing and moving enables us to move Pianos and Household Goods without the least injury. If you want to move your office or household goods we can do it better for you than anyone elsd and save you monoy. Xueded Itooin. Mrs. (irumpi >8 (looking over new house) —What in the world is this vast attic for? Mr. Grumpps—It's to hold tho things that vou Isujr and can 't use.—Nev,' York Weekly. Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling, Especially prepared to move Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only ono in the city having tho necessary articles for tho moving of heavy goods \ Storage Department. We have the largest brick storo room in the city for Htoring goods. Parties leaving the city can ha#e their goods packed by us, stored away and shipped whenever desired. This is ono of our specialties. We guarantee our work to be Brst-class In every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price is all wo ask and a trial will convince you that we are the best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoves, move them and take all the nickel parts off, oil them, wrap them in paper, oil your pipe, wrap it in paper and store them for the season for the small sum of $2 .Cio, the season ending DecemluT 1, 1892. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rust proof, and makes a small job for the man who cleans it. We do not polihh stoves, for that is out of our lino of business. Hope you will give us a liberal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R. LOCK, MANAGER, Office and Barn, Second Ave, $a t. Telephone No. 19. i ,; .

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