The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 23, 1892 · Page 4
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1892. i THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ,. NPONSI.KK, Hcervtnrji'iiiiil IIIMJIII-W Mnnn*nr. Good Tilings ||IN STORE FOR YOU IThfl Good Things we refer to are in our store, and ore thero I foriyou and everybody. 'Our Stock is Like a Stream—Hundreds take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, ia because there is a never-dying spring of supply that feeds the stream. [Sluggish Streams Stagnate—So do sluggish stocks. They become decayed. They are not fit for commercial use any more than decayed meat. Finally they are known aH "dead." lionstant Motion Keeps Water in the ""M Condition—And a con Vt flow of trade keeps a sit) Ik in best condition. We have no dead stock because our Btock never stands still It iB always flowing out and flowing in. |o You Appreciate the Advantage of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of new goods? If you do, you can have that advantage by trading with See these prices on WALL PAPER. Browns, 10c to lS.Ve per double roll. Whites, inc. per double roll. Hilts, 2flc.(, ( > fide per double, vciU. Uirjru's specials flOc to SI per double roll Ingrains, Me to (iOe per double roll. Other papers in proportion. All pnpcr matched in cmnliinatlona with borders und ceilings. Experienced hungers furnished. All work {ruaranleed. H. D. WINSLOW'S. CITY NEWS. Special—Having received u largo consignment of bananas we offer to the public bargains for u few days. Wo guarantee that they ave the. best on the market. Price lfi, 20, 25 and extra choice at 30 cents per dozen. Remember the place, Cunningham, 13 South Slain. lee cream at the lion Ton. A Hargain—Nice linen collars nt'.l cents apiece, at the Sew Yayk RaeUet. tf See J. L. Williams about June 1st, at the Kuslncss College, Montana bloelt, 38 North Main street, and he will prove to you that writing as tanglitin the public schools is a fraud. tf Ice cream at the llou Ton. Vor nice fruits, buy of Fred Lewis, first door north of the Reno house. Dust Cap social. Thursday evening. Where is it? King has just received a stock of upholstered goods. He is also prepared to du upholstering. ot Attend the opening of the Business College,.Montana, block,'June 1. tf "Our Pups." tf Odcl\ Drothcra are still ut No. 0, Second Avenue west, -with u, full line of all kinds of coal. tf MERSON CAREY, seems to have been time being, at least. anybody wanting a genuine bargain in job printing presses should call on or address at once, the NKWS. Carey is still in the coal business, tf Huy of the business men who advertise. If you want to buy or sejl an article; f you have lost or found anything, lei. t be known through the NEWS want column. Dealer in |ES, TALLOW, PELTS and FURS. Tfc^jftfid office opp. court house. We aro 'ALL tie Pool" PAPER, I od underselling everybody on all ades. We have definitely decid- to go entirely out of . the wall | per business, as we need the room • our DRUG STOCK I guarantee to make the lowest fig- ever quoted in Hutchinson. CI I J. M. BEAM, Prop. Going into the Ml Paper Business. VLD PATERN8. be not Kit at cost, NEW GOODS Experienced hangers furnished to put it on the wall, jfbuj profit. pTJRN &DETAR, AT THE (A ,H0USE BOOK STORE t!ii><l tfctli paper business to stay Boycotted. ,go Ticket Brokers* Local '.on, which is a branch of the ,1 association, has instituted against the Chicago, Burling' Quiney, and Chicago, Milad St. Paul railroads, on ac< belief within them that these [s have been the cause of cer- ictments found against mem ,ld association for violating ticket law passed in 1875 Q notified all other . ossoclo. \ should keep ut hand. Mr, John er, of Woodland, Indiana saVi ,*4J tried Chamberlain's Cfcolic »' and Diarrhooa Remedy for jea and severe cramps, and pains {stomach and bowels, with the suits, la the worst eases |iftd to give more than the third let a cure. In most cases one I do. Besides its. other good it is plesant to take." 35 and ottlea for sale by C. B. Win- pgfc*ist, IS 8. Main. Query, ou exchange your old ne for a new one when can bu made oa good Walton, 023 N. Main, the ir, guarantees satisfae St Iuo cream at the Bon Ton. Tl\e baeUbono of cold weather broken—for the .1. M. Jones, the tailor, wishes to remind the people of Hutchinson that he is still in business, and can be found at his old stand, No. 32 North Main, lot Such weather makes corn, corn makes cattle and cattle are bringing more money into Reno county than any other class of animals in our midst. Mrs L. R. Ptttton, Kockford, 111 writes: "From personal experience I can recommend De Witt's Sarsuparilla, a euro for impure blood and general debility." Beam 'B Midland Pharmacy. The lutcst complete bookkeeping taught at the Business College. tl A Bargain—Nice linen collars at 3 cents apiece, at the New York Rocket. tf Strawberries, IS cents a box at liar rison's first door south of postoflici'. J. M. Jones, the tailor, is turning out some very fine spring suits. lot Rverything new at Mrs. Berglof's gallery, 10 South Main. tf Let your children learn to write this summer at the Business College, tf ,!. L. Williams, the finest penman In Kansas, will teach writing at the Business College. See him about June 1st. tf The new short shorthand is taught at the Business College. Opens June lBt. tf A Bargain—Nice linen collars at cents apiece, at the Now York Racket. tf J. M. Jones will not he undersold See him before buying your spring clothing. lot Early Risers, Early Risers Early Risers, the famous little pills for constipation, sick headache, dyspepsia and nervousness. Beam's Midland Pharma- ov. Now tf. charge of the Congregational church of that city, are in Hutchinson calling on friends. They will have charge of a church In Sedgwick county next J year. S. B. Sanders, a merchant of Pretty Pruirie, was in the city to-day. .1. T). McCunu, a loan and insurance man of Topeka, was in the city on business to-day. IV. A. Anderson and family are spending a few days in the country with friends near Abbyvllle. Mr. mid Mrs. Ii. A. Bigger accompanied J. Harper Smith and wife to Colorndo. They left Saturday night. I. E. Dolman, connected with the claim department of the Rock Island, wns registered at the Santa Fe to-day. Mesdnmes J. P. Hoffman and Addie Ooodon left to-day to attend the grand lodge of tho Degree of Honor at Parsons. .1, J. and J. 0. Moore went down into Valley township to-day to get a sniff of the nvoraa from growing wheat and alfalfa. T\ H. Chrlsman is attending a meeting of the executive comittce of the State Sunday School association at Topeka to-day." Dr. R. B. Wilson, who has been visiting friends in West Virginia for a few weeks, is expected to return home to-morrow morning; Miss Nellie Murry, former manager of the postal telegraph office here, has accepted a position with tho Western Union, nt Kansas City. C. B. Wililey and wife drove about forty miles through the country yesterday. You ought to hear Mr. Wll- fley describe the crops and prospects. A. M. and Chas. Carv, Frank Johnston and Milton IJnrsha went to Nickerson and hack yesterday, on their wheels. They report nice roads and a good time. Mr. Smith and wife of New York, who have been visiting in this city for the past week and looking over their property interests, left last night for Deliver. Miss Rose Blankenship is expected home on a vacation about June 1, from the east, where she is taking lessons in voice culture. Her many friends will be glad to meet her. Mrs. Slingsby, who has had charge of the production of the "Temple of Fame,'' left for her home yesterday. She made many friends while in this ity, and who will be pleased to note her success wherever duty calls her. Mrs. D.',!. Tangney and Miss Lydia Flagg of Wichita, are visiting Miss Mary Kelly. Miss Klagg is one of Wichita's esteemed young ladies. The beautiful cut flowers which adorn the new altar in St. Teresa"s church are the product of the skill of Mrs. Tangney. Messrs P. A. and Geo. White, of Boston, Mass., are the guests of JD. A. liar- riman. They are looking over their property interests and making other iivestimcnts. They are delighted with the city, and think Reno county is the garden spot of all they have seen in the wast. KnlKht* of Pytlilna In Ohio. The session of the grand lodge of Ohio, K. <if P., which convenes in Columbus the 24th, will be the largest in the history of the' order. Almost HOO representatives will be in attendance. Since tht> last session O. C. L. H. Williams hns granted dispensations for eighty-six new lodges. This . is the largest number ever granted by a O, C. in tho start. The petition for lodge, No. 5S1, nt. Columbus, was signed by 452 charter members, the largest charter list ever presented to a grand chancellor in the state or in the world. The membership based upon returns received, will be about 44 ,000. This entitles Ohio to a fourth supreme representative in the next session of the supreme lodge, which meets at Kansas City in August. !ui |mrtntu Arreting. There will be business up for consideration at the next meeting of Hutchinson Lodge, No. 77, A. O. U. W., which Is of vast importance to every member. Let every one be present and come out curly. Recollect that Thursday night is the time for holding th% next meeting. Vmi Are Invited. The gentlemen of Hutchinson and vicinity are invited to call at No. North Main street, and examine J. M. Jones' tock of goods. He will make you as nice a spring suit of clothes ns can be purchased anywhere and save yon money. Be sure you ask to see his pants patterns, DAYLIGHT CLOTHIERS. Disposers of Reliable goods at Wholesale Prices. 2,763 pins v?«re in our last "pin cushion," and Maud S was , won by Miss Ethel Hartford. We now have another pin cushion in our window and the party guessing nearest the number of pine therein wilt get a fine Burro on June 7. HOW ABOUT THIS? Men 'R Men's Men's Men's Men's Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes worth worth worth worth worth St. SO, l,7ii, a. as, s.oo, •1.50, only only- only only only 81.25. 1.38. 1.75. i.iw. 2. SO. Boots at 50 cents on the dollar. At 81.25 Ladies' Shoes, worth 81.60. At 1.18 Ladies' Shoes, worth 2,00. At l.flS Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth 3.00. At 2.50 Ladies' Kine Shoes, worth 4 .0 (1. Men's good hats 48 cents, good wool. Men's heavy hats 75 cents. Men's fine hats 81.00, fine fur. Men's cowboy hats from 75 cents ••••p. Men's large shape hats 81. 48, worth 82.00. Full Line: of Vress Hals. We Save You 50 Per Cent. DAYLIGHT CLOTHING STORE I. GOLDBERG, Proprietor. 19 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kansas. Galian quits business July 1st. is tho time to buy your pants. WE BUY Our cnttle and hogs direct from from the farmer, and do our own killing, which always insures our customers meats that ai*e RESH We also handle the famous WHITTAKER HAMS. We can be found three doors north of tho Bono limise, or by telephone No. 11. ICE. Pure Distid-Water k Orders received at the factory, avc- uc C east, at Kanaga's store, Main street, by telephone No. 43, or by'the drivers of ottr"wagons, Plentm Your HnalHiml. Every lady is always anxious to please her husband. We would ask our lady readers if they know of anything that causes a man to lose his temper more than to sot a poor piece of meat before them. If you buy of Thompson & Co., you will always get fresh, tender meat, for they buy direct from the farmers and do their own killing. Read their "ad" in another column. A Young Thief. James H. Crawford, a young colored boy of perhaps 10 years, of age, was brought before Judge Uibbs this morn ing on the charge of stealing a watch chain from A. Mincer's store, He confessed to the stealing of the chain,and, while in the custody of the city marshal, confessed to having stolen a gold wateh from J. S. Dunn, whicn was attached to the chain. He is now in jail Notice. The E. S. C. will meet at their hall this evening. A full attendance is expected. By order of secretary. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by A. & A. Drug Co, This ice is greatly superior to any other, und the most economical for any purpose. Special facilities for shipping. Union Ice AM Go., Hutchinson, Kansas. PERSONAL. Dave Bourne spent Sunday in Newton. Ralph Thompson went to Sylvia on business to-day. S. S. Asabaugh of Kingman, was in the city yesterday. Hon. S. R. Peters was registered at the Santa Fe yesterday. Mrs. A. J. Higley and children are visiting friends in Missouri. Major McKinstry was in McPherson to-day on legal business. E. V. Thompson, Jr. of Louisville, Ky., is in the city on business. W. D. Bmith of Pretty Proirie, made this office a pleasant call to-day. Miss Fannie Rogers of Arkansas City,' is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam Hurst. Sheridan Ploughs returned Saturday night from a business trip hi eastern Kansas. Sam Weinberg of St. Louis, a former shoe merchant of this city, Sunduyed In the city. - A. II. Crabbs of Arlington, was in the city to-day and paid this office a pleasant call. Mrs. S. M. Crottsand Mrs. J. L. Bartlett of Partridge were guests of Mrs, J. S. May to-duy. Norton Uassett of MackBville, Kan., was transacting business with our wholesale people to-day. G. H. Parker, assistant train master for the Santa Fe, at Arkansas City, is visiting friends here to-day. ^ ^f%. % Dean and -wife, wboohave been residents of Rush Center for the pant year, where Rev. Dean has had A FEW of the many BARGAINS to be found at Full standard prints, 5 c Best indigo blue prints, 6£c Soft fini'shd blchd muslin, 6Jc Half finish brown muslin, 5c Outing flannels. 10c to 20c Yard-wide ElPaao challie, 7 c 46-inch D69 Henrietta, 85c 1 have a full line of plain and striped erepon (the latest dress fabric in the market), chevrons, Bedford cords, hansdowns and other late novelties in cVreBB 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. F. RAFF TENDER- hompson & Co. -THJS- NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE -OF- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. CAPITAL, $100,000, SURPLUS, *7,500 DIRECTORS. Jons Hw, Hanker. J AS. GirrmiiB, Hanker. L, C. WKLTON, Preldcat. JNO. J. IKGAI.T.S,ex-Senator. T, E. HOWMAN, Capitalist. J. W. Wn.KiNBos, V.-Pres. C. W. TKMVT.ER, Vice-Vres., A. J. IIIOI.KY, Insurance N. G. IIoi.r.iSTKR. Cashier. Kan. Grain & L. 8. Co. and Real Estate. About Shoes. I sell shoes for men, women and children, and I think I have one of the best lines of goods carried in the city for the price asked Gall on me at 28 North Main and ask to see them. No trouble to show goods. All the latest style toeB in light heavy and medium weight. Also a full line of Oxfords in the latest Btyles. When you want anything in the way of children's shdeg, don't forget to look at my line of Sussex; Bhoes for children. WM. REDDERSEN, Corner of Main and First. HAVE YOU A SPRING SUIT If not, call at once on JOHN BUETTNER, the Fashionable Tailor 807 North Main, Midland Block; PICTURE MOULDING. 108 and 110 North Main Street, Hutchinson, - Kansas, BAKING . POWDER 250ZS.FOR25? ABSOLUTELY PDRE • Ju-srllcif IT. rr.jAauE* kco. 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