The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 23, 1892 · Page 5
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1892. INSURE Your Growinir Crops Against HAIL. We are now prepared to write insurance and insure growing •Tops against liail in one of our most reliable companies. Ilnil storms is some sections of the country are of common occuranee and there is not a season passes that whole neighborhoods are devastated by these deseruetlve storms. It is pretty hard for a man to work industriously for a whole season, and just as the harvest is almost secured see it cut down to the ground by hail, and the fruit of a whole season vanish. A Few Cents per acre will protect you. If you do not happen to see one of our agents write to us. We will send you a blank application to fill up and return. \Ve will also send you the last eopy of The Insurance Loan Uuglc which will tell vou all about it. Winne & Winne, TELEPHONE NO, 2D. CORNER AVENUE UNO Ml Hutchinson, Kan. Nnlhlni; LI let- It. No other country on earth ever passed'through a season of such weather as that which we have been having for the past twenty days without a visitation from Jack Frost or Mother Know, to a damaging extent. While other countries and parts of countries bad similar cold and wet, they ended with damaging frosts and in some cases snow. Hut the hand of Vroyi- dence seems to have willed it otherwise with us, and a bright, warm sky has suddenly taken the place of a cold, wet atmosphere, and no serious damage has been experienced. The reporter has talked to-day with dozens of men who drove to the country yesterday for the sole purpose of satisfying themselves with reference to the crops, vegetation, etc., and the stories they tell to-day are simply wonderful. Were it not for the fact that Kansans are noted for a certain characteristic possessed to an alarming extent by George Washington, it would be hard to believe all that you can bear concerning crops, prospects, etc. Even the festive jack-rabbit looks fat and happy, while the prairie dogs are laying out extensive additions to their towns, and bark saucily at you as you go through their streets. There is no country like this country. Women are not slow to comprehend. They're quick. They're alive, and yet it was a man who discovered the one remedy for their peculiar ailments. The man was Dr. Pierce. The discovery was his "Favorite Prescription"—the boon of delicate women. Why go round "with one foot in the grave" suffering in silence—misunderstood—when there's a remedy at hand that isn't an experiment, bit which is sold under the guarantee that if you are disappointed in any way in it, you can get your money back by applying to its makers. We can hardly imagine a woman's not trying it. Possibly it may be true of one or two—but we doubt it. Women are ripe for it. They must have it. Think of a prescription and nine out of ten waiting for it. Carry the news to them! THE K. T. A. THEIR ANNUAL MEETING AT EMPORIA WAS A GRAND SUCCESS. The sent of sick headache is not in the brain. Regulate the stomach and you cure it. Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the MUle Regulators. I >onnrntion AililresH. Dr. L. F. Cain has been chosen by the (i. A. H. of St. John, to deliver the address on decoration day. He will lecture in St. John next Sunday night. B ON TON *BAKERY Fresh BREAD Every Day. CRACKERS such as LONG BRANCH SALTED CRACKERS. BENT&CO. BOSTON TOAST CRACKERS. Fresh Every Day Speolnl attention given to orders for fine eakos for parties. J.W.Brehm, Proprietor. No, 1 ft North Main Street.. This Key" of this City Turned Over to Tlmm —A<Uh'(!M iiOVulcome by I. K. Lambert, ItpftpuiiHe by Clumle OuvftU— Uncle Abe (doo.T. Irvnn) GltoHen I'reftUlcnt of the Association— VoHBtect and Itoyally Kilter- tnlneil—Next Moetlimut Wli-liitu. The trains on Saturday evemug and yesterday brought many of the travcl- ingmen from Emporia, where they held the fourth annual meeting of the Kansas Travelers' association, which was one of the largest and most enthusiastic meetings that they have ever hold. The address of welcome was delivered by J. E. Lambert, in which he presented the boys with a mammoth wooden key, which he assured them would open the door to all the homes in the city. In a most pleasant speech he bade the boys welcome, and tendered them the hospitality of the entire city, and those who know the members of the Kansas Travelers' association will agree that the trust imposed wus held sacred, and that no harm came of It. The response to the address of welcome was delivered by Claude Duval of this city, in his usual pleasant and able manner. The Emporia Musical association gave the charming opera, "Pirates of Penzance," at the opera house on Saturday night, in honor of the traveling men, which was well rendered, and which pleased the boys very much. After the opera a banquet wus spread at the Hotel Whitley, which was one of the grand affairs of the occasion. On Sunday morning Hev. F. J. Sauer- ber, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, preached to the commercial travelers at the Whitlev opera house, which was listened to by a large audience. At their business meeting Saturday the association adopted the following resolutions unanimously and elected the following officers for the ensuing term: The traveling man has always been an embodiment of integrity, energy, pluck and industry. No one class of men have ever done more to enlarge and increase the commerce and industry of this, the greatest and grandest government the light of civilization has ever dawned upon. It remained for Congressman Otis, who, through an accident in the political affairs of this great and magnificent commonwealth, was elected to a position that he has disgraced since assuming it, to arise in the halls of congress and publicly insult and besmirch every man who bears the grand an enviable title of commercial traveler, and it were less than manful, less than honorable, less than respectable, were we, the traveling men of Kansas, assembled in our annnal meeting, to fail to take some action in this matter; therefore, be it Resolved, By ttie Kansas Travelers' association taat we can and no language forcible enough in lis expression to denounce Congressman Otis, who terms us "commercial tramps;,' and, "be It further Resolved. That in the event that the party responsible for the promotion of this man from his milk wagon and cans, again puts him before the people of the Fourth district for re-election, we, the Kansas traveling men, pledge our sacred word and honor to do all In our power by our votes to relegate this calamity howler to his proper place and level; and, be it further Resolved, That the secretary have these resolutions printed and placed In the hands of every traveling man, whether a member or not, and see that they are distributed In the ofllce of every hotel in the Fourth district patronized by the commercial men of this district. The election of officers resulted as follows: President—George T. Irvun, Hutchinson. First Vice President—C, E. Fuller, Emporia. Second Vice President—Samuel A. Kerry, Wichita. Secretary—R. J. Hans; (re-elected fourth tiino). Treasurer—Harry Devlin, Leavenworth. Mr. lrvan, the newly elected president, is a citizen of this city, and numbers his friends by the score—in fact, to know him is to be his sworn friend. He is a first-class parliamentarian, is familiar with the laws of the order, and will make them a good presiding officer. His friendB here congratulate him on account of the honor bestowed upon him. The next meeting will bo held in Wichita, and the occasion will be looked forward to with pleasure by all the boys of the Kansas Travelers' Association. Huso Hull. Arrangements have been made for a game of base ball between the Hutchinson club and the Newton club, to be played at Newton on May 30. A number of the business men of this city have interested theinselveB in the club here to the extent of plaelug them upon their feet with finances to keep FRUITS. FRUITS. StrawberrieB, Pine Apples, Oranges, Bananas, and all other,olioice fruits, at FURMAN'S. S!8 NortU Main St. them thero during the season. There will be a railroad rate of one fare for the round trip to Newton on that occasion. IN THE COUNTRY, Tim Spcetaeln Which lirecU YtMr Eye Anionic the Farmers. The reporter had the pleasure yesterday of an extended drive through the country. Reports of the most nattering kind had been circulated extensively by those who live, on the farms, and wojind imagined how things looked, in a manner, but the sight which met our eyes was far beyond that which our minds had pictured. As far as wheat, rye and grass are concerned the prospect could not be more satisfactory. Oats are thick on the ground and with favorable weather will yet make a tremendous crop. They arc not as'tall as they should be at this season of the year. Corn is up in good shape, but the continuous, cold, wot weather, has givon it a yellow caste. A few warm days will restore the natural hue of the plant. In every direction the fat, sleek cattlg, horses and stock of all kinds of the farmer may bo seen. The air of satisfaction, the look of tallowy excellence of the swine and bovine are sights which gladden the heart of those unaccustomed to such sights. Wheat is almost ready to head 6ut,and with a few warm days the country will experience such a transformation as will surprise the natives themselves. Our drive took us by the feeding grounds of Pete Shafer, where a herd of steere being fatted for the market were t seen. These are samples of what can be done with cattle by careful and regular feeding. The entire herd wilt average between 1 ,500 and 1 ,000 pounds, while he has a few that will weigh much heavier. They will be ready for the market in a couple of weeks, and when they reach the Kansas City market the good name of Reno county, for producing fine cattle, will not be jeopardized. The face 61 creation at the present time presents a prospect calculated to drive away a fit of the blues. Alumni Meeting;. The eighth annual meeting of the Hutchinson High School alumni, will take place at the Auditorium, on Tuesday evening, May 24. The following is the programme and toasts; PHOGRAMMK. Orchestra. President's Address M. L. Holaday Harp Solo Annie Wimpelberg Alumnal Address Butler B. Shore Response William Jordan Vocal Trio Misses Jacobs, Hoaglamland Boyd Recitation Mabel Mitchell Vocal Solo W. D. Puterbaugh Roll Call Sheridan Ploughc Orchestra. TOASTS. 'Targets" H. C. Minnlch "The Gentlemen'' .' Olive Widen "The Ladles" C. A. Ryker "Paddle VourOwo Canoe".E. H. Richardson The following constitute the com­ mitters on reception and invitation: Reception—W. D. Pnterbaugh, Mary Grady, Uertha Rawson, Roy Campbell, Eva Smith ond Sheridan Ploughe. Invitation—J. A. Greenlee, Mamie McKee and Jessie F. Beem. This meeting is to be one of the most interesting of all the meetings ever held by the Hutchinson High School Alumni, and those who have been favored with an opportunity of being present on former occasions know that this means something. Worklilglneri, Notice. All horseshoers and blacksmiths are requested to stay away from Hutchinson. By order of H UTCHINSON M ECHANICS' P BOTKCTIVK U NION. Report i>| the Cnmlltiuii or the First National Bank, At Hutchinson in the Slate of Kansas. At the close of business, May 17, Nil):}. IIKROHIIL'KS. Loans and Discounts JK1S.UIM HI Overdrafts, secured and unsecured l .'-!i4 ol U. S. bonds to secure circulation '25.000 00 Stocks, securities, etc 81 Bankinghouse.furnltureandflx- „„ „„„ „„ lures iH .r»oo oo Current expenses antltaxcspald . :i,a"3 fill Premiums on U, S. bonds 1,000 00 Due from approved reserve agents $:i:j.2D7 4» Due from State banks and bankers 4,8a8 ml Checks and other cash Items 7.701 ill Bills of other banks.. 13,18(1 00 Fractlonalpaper currency, nfckels and cents 740 00 Specie 5,400 00 Legal-tender notes... 10,000 00 7o,U!l 05 Redemption fund with O. S. treasurer (f> per cent, of circulation) 1,1'io 00 Due from U. S. treasurer, other than 5 per cent, redemption fund..... 000 00 Total.. *34!>.7.'I4 IIU L1AB1MT1KB. Capital $100,000 oo Surplus fund 10 ,000 00 Undivided profits D.oliO 57 National bank notes outstanding !i '-.',f>00 00 Individual deposits subject to check... 81:10,471 7!) Demand certitlcates of deposit 7o,oa ;i mi aoi.i.'m no Total J84'J,7:i4 IIU State of Kansas, county of Reno, ss: 1, i,. L. Meyer, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true, to the best ot my knowledge and belief. E. L. M KVEII, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this Slut day of May, 180S. W. H. E AUAN, „ ., . Notarx Public. Correct, Attest; S. W. C AMPBELL , I L. A. niaoKit, (.Directors. J. B.'BUOWN, 6®-,' (itaisTtnto PATENT EUfSlISHlIiltO" [IEAYEN WORTH, . JKAHS] Try King of Kansas Flour, $1.20 a sack. Price.List of THE CASH GROCERS. 21 South -Main. SUGAR. 20 lbs Granulated 21 lbs Light Brown 22 lbs New Orleans .SI.00 . 1.00 . 1.00 COFFEE, Arbuckle S Midland. Santos Mocha and Java CANNED GOODS. 3 1b can Tomatoes 8 3 lb can Pumpkin... ( 2 lb can Corn 2 lb can String Ueans 2 lb can Lima Means 2 lb can Succotash 2 lb can Peas 2 lb can Blackberries. .\ 2 lb can Raspberries 2 lb can Gooseberries 2 lb can Strawberries 3 lb can Peaches 2K lb can California Peaches... 2K lb can California Apricots..: V/i lb can California Green Gage 2K lb can California Egg Plums 2M lb can California Pears Zii lb can California Quinces 2J< lb can California Cherries... Gallon can California Peaches.. Gallon can California Currants.'. Gallon can California Gooseber's Gallon can Apples 1 lb can Mackerel: 1 lb can Salmon 1 lb can Oysters 2 lb can Oysters. SUNDRIES. 5 lbs Beans ; .. 3 lbs Rice. 6 lbs Oat Meal 5 lbs Bulk Starch Sour Pickles, per gallon Haras Breakfast Bacon Lard • • •:- .20 .20 .20 • 33X .10 .10 .10 ,10 • 08H 08X • 0SH •10 .10 10 ,10 15 20 20 20 20 25 20 20 40 40 40 25 10 15 10 • VI X .25 .25 .25 .11 .11 .10 THE Hutchinson -. Music COMPANY. DEALERS IN Pianos and Organs. LARGEST STOCK West of the Missouri River. Only first class goods handled. All thoroughly guaranteed. A full stock of sheet music and musical merchandise. Instruments Repaired Piano tuning department in charge of .1. A. Me GAUGHAY. Write for terms and prices. Hutchinson, - - - Kansas, Are aB flexible and dainty as the finest turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the, cork acting us a cushion to the foot. Are the roost healthful shoes made, as cork te a non-epnduetor of heat and cold. Ladies wearing them need not fear cold, damp or rough walks. The cork is secured in a pocket, which is sewed iu with the seam, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For sale by YOUNG BROS. A Tree is Known by its Fruit JUST RECEIVED IN OUR BOY DEPARTMENT 300 child's suits, $0.50, -worth all of $1.00 200 child's suits, .75, worth fully 1.25 300 child's suits, 1.00, new colors, worth 1.75 400 child's suits, 1.50, all wool, worth 2.35 350 child's suits, 1.75, beauties, worth 2.60 500 child's suits, 2.00, handsome, worth 3.00 650 child's suits, 2.50, hummers, worth 4. oo „ Wo have a handsome line of fine jboys' 'suits, Jerseys, -a-piece suils, etc. Prices low and correct. IN OUK YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. 1 Sec our S3.00 suits, worth S4.00 " 4.00 " 5.50 5.00 " 7.50 " B.50 " 10.00 " • 8.00 " 12.00 " 10.00 " 15,00 " 12.00 " 18.00 BOYS'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 " 20c " 35 350 " 25c •' 45 250 •' 35c " 50 Our 50c, 75c & ?1 pants are 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 benefit. Remember we are the acknowledged Leaders of Low Prices in Clothing, Men's Furnishings and Hats. i Remember our stock is the largest clothing stock 14 Hutchinson. We buy in such large quantities that we efffn, 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 our candle to burn. The candle is 12 inches in diameter, about 33 H inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1802. LEADERS LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS LIVERYMAN Fine rigs, stylish teams and the finest funeral car and white hearse i a < the state. ROGKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND CALLING. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. H. IF". PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, v. Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTHiMAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seed L. G. DUPLER, I LEAD 111 OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. We sell D. M. Ferry & Oo.'s celebrated bulk seeds. THE BEST IN THE WORLD. •—11 SdKl^.^ 0 S ouI 5 kno K theGRAN D Tn t I TnS,tho Plain WIlnUitiT vJi. Tin1i C { NI * 7 -, /To M>r earnest man we maMona " *»»irely In plain uialodooTer. "A refuge iruta Un qucta? THB KRIS MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, H^h

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