The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 1, 1892 · Page 3
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'hut Wellington and Harper, Kansas, were torn to pieces by o. and several hundred persons (tilled and injured. The Papers Say Thnt Wc . Kansas, w Tornado and seve hilled am A Tornado Policy will protect your property. An Accident Policy for $1,000 will pay , Sl.HOO in event of death; St,000 for loss of two feet; $1,000 for Ions of two linnds: $1,000 for toss of one hand and one foot; 8333.33 for loss of one foot; ¥3;i3.:i3 for loss of one hand; $5 per per week for disabling in- jnry. 85 per annum per thousand dot lars is all it costs for persons in preferred occupations. Without weekly indemnity, S3 per annum. We write them both. If you are u farmer and the storm is accompanied by hail, your growing crops might be destroyed. We Insure Them, Also. Ucttcr see us about it. Winne & Winne, Much flan FARMER'S WORK. Ileen Don,', Hut Follow. More Hliniild TELEPHONE HO, 2t, CORKER AVENUE A J NO I Hutchinson, Kan. Touched the Spot. It will be remembered that in our issue of May SB, wo published a notice from "lloosier tiirl" to the Brighton, (Col.) llegistcr, in which she asks a "dark-eyed genllemun £ 0 ' n ff from Ht. Joseph to Denver and lirighton to see his sister, to send his name and ad dress to the Hutchinson Daily NEWS.' Following this we gave "Hooser tiirl" some advice, telling her at the same time that her mail was here, Yesterday we received the following from her: UBAii KUITOR: 1 admit your advice very good, had Hbocn needed; but It "was not In thin case. 1 simply wanted the gentleman's addrefls to thank him for a service or kind ncsH he did for me, and luok that way of oh lalDtnglt. Yon may destroy the mall you nave, because It w-iU never be called for. And oblige, would you not like to know who? Well, It Is the girl who does not spell correctly, Abe Lincoln spelled "hat," "hatt, and became president. Who knows but I may be a president's \vlfc> Yours •'respectfully." KANSAS GIHL. Your mail, dear lady, will be sent to the dead letter office and returned from there to your dark-eyed friend from St. Joseph. If in your dreams you ever get a glimpso of tho St. Jo sephenian, and your soul longs to pour out the words which are, struggling to he rclciiscd from their roseate prison house, and you awake to find that "it might have been," remember that tho magic key -which lends to this young man's affections was within your grasp, iud that your own cruel words have driven him far from you, and that with this self -BUmc key you might have unlocked the door and pushed hack the bolt of his heart and taken possession them might your fondest dream have ] boen realized, for the dark-eyed gentleman is elOHely related to a gentleman who occupies a seat in the United States senate, and the greed for office is hereditary, lint he is gone. Your mail (male) is gone. And you are denying your state as did Peter deny Christ. The cock has sent forth his clarion notes three times and you arc doomed to wander alone, or at least until you puncture another pericardium and cupturo the prisoner within Take heed, lady, take heed. Ob, this ringing In the earsl Oh, this humming in the headl Hawking, blowing, snufllng, gasping, Watering eyes and throat a-rasping, Health impaired and comfort (led, Till 1 would that I were dead! What folly to suffer BO with en tarrhnl troubles, when the worst eases' of chronic catarrh in the head are re}let-ed and cured by tho mild, cleaning and healing properties of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Hemedy. It purines the foul breath by removing the cause of offence, healb the sore and inflamed pus»ages, and perfects a lasting cure. in the Hlght Direction. This office has just completed the publication of several thousand pamphlets for L. A. Bigger, which he is sending out all over the United States, setting forth facts concerning Hutchinson and Reno county, that will prove valuable to us. It is a move in the right direction »nd one for which this enterprising gentleman deserves great credit. Notlue. 1 wish to announce to my pupils that I havo returned from my visit and will begin work next Wednesday, June 1 ttt room 7, third floor, in College block, North Main street. A NKJ.* DANIBLS, 4t On account of the excitement over the cyclone at Harper last Saturday, there was no regular meeting to consider the canning factory question, at the court house, as had been announced to coinc off, through these columns. There were, however, a number of persons in the city who are deeply nterested in this subject. Farmers are not nwnrc, possibly, of the great benefits to be derived from a canning factory in our midst. It is the duty of the farmers to take hold of this matter themselves, ns they are more directly and extensively interested in the matter than anybody else. If they will call another meeting the columns of of this paper are open to them for making such call, and the business men and merchants of every class in the city will assist. The farmer must not stand bnok and wait for some one else not as directly interested and benefitted us he, himself, but come to the front and take the lead, give a strong pull and a pull all together. Farmer, you are tho one who will reap the volume of profit from a canning factory here, and you should see to it that such an institution is located within your reach. Talk to those who have had experience in such matters and they will toll you that in an agricultural town like this, nothing can be more beneficial than a place for caring for our surplus farm, orchard and garden products and thus creating and maintaing market nt home. Fourth of .Inly. At the Fourth of July meeting at the court house last night, there was not the crowd present that should ha»e been, or that possibly would have been had not the weather been so disn greeable. But one thing is sure, with the great number of signers to the call for a meeting, it is safe to conclude that our people want to have a cole bration in keeping with the standing of our city abroad. Commercial men tell us that the towns and cities in tli outside world, for miles around, are looking ot us and saying: "If you eel ebrate, we will come and celebrate with you. If you giye the proper entertainment we will furnish the crowd, A committee of ten good men should toke the lead in the matter, Be cure such a speaker as Hon. John J Ingalls, advertise to the outsido world what we are going to do, and visitors would come for many miles in every direction. The matter is in the hands of the citizens. the various gates, othors will take part in the programme to be given each evening. On Thursday evening the Second Regiment baud will give a promenade concert, and the ladies in costume will give a grand march. Tim Glltctt. Helow we give the programme to be endered by the Second Kegiment band at Riverside hall to-morrow night. There Is every reason to believe that this will be a grand affair, and that it will receive the support of our people manner becoming Kansanswhen their reputation is at stake. The proceeds, as you all know, are to go toward paying the expense of the ladles exhibit from Reno connty at the World's cCotumbian Exposition. Tho ladios having the matter in charge have worked earnestly to omako Tho dates a success, and if the Nmvs knows anything about the citizens of Hutch inson, the labors of the ladios will not have been in vain. Don't fail to at tend the opening to-morrow night. PROGRAMME. March—"Second Regiment K. N. 0." Stcinbergcr Overture—"From Dawn to Twilight" Bennett Descriptive—"Colored Waiters' Ball" Laurcndean Selection—"Itellly and the 400" Biaham Dance—"Cocoanut", Hermann Waltz—"Visions of Paradise".... Bennett Descriptive—"Turkish Patrol" /.... MIcUaeUs March—"Occidental" Bousa CBAHLES STEINBEUOBB, Director. |tRADE PATENT < uEAYENWORTH, KANSl Try King of Kansas Vlour, S1.3B a sack. Vrice List of Things Move so Rapidly in this vicinit; IF YOU SIT STILL YOU ARE LOST, (I And look over our summer suits for men and boys, following good values: 8. To -morrow Evening. To-morrow, Thursday evening, The Gates will open. Unlike many "first nights," everything will be in perfect order for the opening. There will be no experimenting. The Gates will be in readiness, the peasantry in costume, and the grand march will form and keep time to the Second Regiment band in the "Occidental." The pageant will be well worth seeing. It will take at least one evening to visit the gates and be entertoined by the peoples of the various countries. Throughout the evening the Second Regiment band will give a promenade concert. The programme which is of unusual excellence, Is published in an other column. <>ouo to KniiBan Ultv. Mr. R. M. Henderson left this morning for Kansas City, and MB family follow him to-day. Kansas City is to be their future home. It is time to call a halt on Kansas City ngainst her coming to Hutchinson for good business men. Mr. Henderson is the third or fourth that has left here for there in the past six months. Mr. Henderson goes to Kansas City to take ehorge of tho western oflice of the United States Life Insurance company of New York, having the states of Missouri, Nebraska and Kansas under his charge. This is a very important position, and one to which there is a good salary attached. Mr. Henderson is a peremptorily born insurance man. He came to Hutchinson two and one-half years ago and has in this short time suceeedod in working up one of the best insurance businesses ever done in the city. His promotion with the United States company is phenomenal. He began with them six months ago as a solicitor and now holds one of the best post tions in their gift. Mr. Henderson will often visit Hutchinson in fulfilling the duties of his now- office. Both the United States Life • Insurance company, and Kansas City are to be congratulated on the locquisition of R. M. Henderson, as he and family are good citizens, and Mr. Henderson's eighteen years' experience in the life insurance business will be a power for the United States company. THE CASH GROCERS. 21 South Main. SUGAR. 20 lbs Granulated 81.00 21 lbs'Light Brown 1.00 22 lbs New Orleans 1.00 COFFEE, Arbuckle : 9 .20 Midland .20 Santos .... .20 Mocha and Java .33% CANNED GOODS. 3 lb can Tomatoes 8 .10 3 lb can Pumpkin...'— .10 2 lb can Corn .10 2 lb can String Beans 10 2 lb can Lima Beans .08Jj 2 lb can Succotash../........... .08% 2 lb can Peas .08J£ 2 lb can Blackberries. -10 2 lb can Raspberries. 10 2 lb can Gooseberries.... .. .10 2 lh can Strawberries .10 3 lb can Peaches 15 2Ji lb can California Peaches... .30 2H lh can California Apricots..: .20 2K lb can California Green Gage . 20 2% lb can California Egg Plums .20 2}< lb can California Pears 25 2)^ lb can California Quinces 30 2 \i lb can California Cherries... .20 Gallon can California Peaches.. .40 Gallon can California Currants.. .40 Gallon can California Gooseber's .40 Gallon can Apples 2R 1 lb can Mackerel;. 10 1 lb can Salmon .15 1 lh can Oysters .10 2 lb can Oysters \1% SUNDRIES. 5 lbs Beans S .2 3 lbs Rice 6 lbs Oat Meal 6 lbs Bulk Starch 2, Sour PickleB, per gallon Hams 11 Breakfast Bacon ,., .11 Lard :. .10 Wo have just received the \ 200 men's light colored Oassimere suits, at $4, worth $7 250 men's light colored Bilk face Cass, suits, 5, worth 8 420 men's light, medium and dark CasBimere and worsted suits, at $6.50, worth $10. , THE Hutchinson s Music COMPANY. Teanhd^ of Fine Art. GET YOUR STRAWBERRIES AT FURIVrl S3 North Main St. Tlioue Who Take Part The following is the list of the ladies who will costume and take part in The Gates: Hutchinson — Mrs. Hoagland and Mrs. A. E. McOlain. Moorish—Mrs. Hutton, Mrs. .1, F. Smith, Mrs. R. H. Cpdcgraff, Miss Hallowell, Miss Sidlinger, Miss Fay Ardery, Miss Jennie D'Acey and Marie Meyer. Swedish—Mrs. Harry Wood, Mrs, McCandlass, Mrs. St, John, Mrs. Minnich, Mrs. Payne, Misses Caffrcy, Miss Ruth Hoffman and Miss Mclnturff. Spanish—Mrs.' Watson; Mrs. Frank Young, Mrs. Prigg, Mrs. Kllppel, Miss Hill, Miss Barclay, Miss Glenn, Miss Mabel Mitchell, Miss Cara Sowl and Miss Soiners. Biblical—Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Chas. Hall, Misses Sadie Eastman, Olive Hoagland, Minnie Brady and Jessie MeCormick. Japanese—Dr. Comstock, Mcsdames DePry, Talbot, Willis, Baker, Ralph Thompson, Aloxander and Burtch and the Misses McKee, Comstock, Rising and Mrs. Raff. Gypsies—Misses Blaseoer, Langille, Eagan, Constant, Willett and Mary Taylor. Paris—Mrs. E. M. Honser, Mesdames R. A McKee, May, Dearing and Misses Edna Boyle, Galliher, Stimmel and Belle Winslow. Turkish—Mrs. Underwood, Misses Underwood, Brchm, Wood, BesBie Penny,' Leota Hutchinson, Mathers and Mrs. Ballard. Holland—Mesdames Myton, Wilfly, Payne and Hunter and Misses Eva Thompson, Beam, Duulap, Fannie Hardy, Broadwell and Mulcom. •Vonitian—Mesdamcs E. B. Wileox, James Redhead and Porter and Misses Beull, Borlght, and Lou Mulkey and Mesdames George Updegraff and BVcd Carpenter. Roman—Mesdames Hart, Bunker, Wliltolftw, Hunter, W. L, Moore and Ljjwia. and Misses Hadley, Eastman, Not Futul. * A letter received at this office from J. T. Woodford of Macksville, Kan., states: "I see by your paper that I was fatally injured recently by the accidental discharge of a gun. I was wounded but not fatally. I hope to be all right soon." The NEWS is glad to know that the former report was not correct, and that our friend is still on deck. GET XJTP See onr line of 97, 88, 810, 812 and 815 suits. They are eye openers, and we know by the number we are selling the cannot be equaled. MEN'S ODD PANTS, Have you seen our Moleskin 70-eent pants, and over 20 styles of Cotton- adc at the same price? Our 81 line is the Cottonades made—sold elsewhere at 81.50 a pair. Our $3 wool pants we brag on. We know they are sold elsewhere at 82.50 and $3. Our 83, 83.50, 84, 85, $0 and 87 pants are tailor made and tho best in the market. . , . ', In Summer Coats and Vests we show a line se to none, from 25c to $10. Yes, we mean what we sa; In Straw Hats, oh, my! from 5 oents to $2- If you want a nobby one, we have the latest. Deal with us and get the best for the least money, because we are the acknowledged LEADERS OF LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING-, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS SIOO 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 33K inches in uircumference and 8 feet 5 inehes in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1892. WH ERR ELL CURE. DEAl.EIlS IN KoofH Needed. A letter was received at this office this morning from 'Jonas Cook, Chairman of the finance committee at Harper, which says: "A very heavy rain the heaviest of the season fell here, laBt night. Our merchants are suffering a great loss of goods by not b,eing able to get roofs since the cyclone. JONAS COOK, Attention, l'hll Shorlduu Circle. Your special attention' is called to the meeting for to-morrow night, June 2. A full attendance Is requested. A special order for the eomvads belonging to the circle. By order of Mits. J. B. WUKKKEI., Pros. Mils. ANNIE FINCH, Sec. ' lenities' Society. The Ladies' society of the Univer- salist church, will meet with Mrs. Snyder, 200 west Sixth avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2:30, All who are interested in the church or society are invited to attend. MRS. J. T. NORMAN. Sec'y. Tin, Lust Month I will be in business in Hutchinson is the month of J une. Iam bound to close out my stock and will furnish pants for the actual cost of the goods and 81 to pay for cutting and malting. A bargain. GAIIAN'S PANTS PARLOR, 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. Piano tuning department in charge of J. A. Mc GAUGHAY. iJVrite * or terms and prices. - - - Kansas. olltnB and Adams, lition to those in costume at ATTENTION, Brother U. O. T. Senior Councilor directs me to call a special meeting of Hutchinson Council No. 34 U. C. T., on SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE II, at 8 o'clock Bharp. Business of importance to transact. Your presence is earnestly requested. BKN GL KEANE, Secretary. Several branches.treatandCURK the LIQUOR, MORPHINE and TORACCO habits. These institutes are the only ones authorized touse the original and gen­ uine Bl-Chloride of GoldRemedies. All remedies used are absolutely safe and sure in action. TEB.K3, £60 for the Care, or $13 a week. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, no N. Main St^ CALL FOH J. H. F. PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a fuU line of Groceries. " NO. 113 NORTH-MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSA8. If so, see L. G. DUPLER, f PftP Are as flexible and dainty as the fin est turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the cork.acting usa cushion to the foot. Are tho 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 in a pocket, which is sewed in with the scam, holding it firmly in place, and is guaranteed not to work loose or curl up. For sale by 3Y0UNG BROS. OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN. He has just received a large invoice of BLANK BROS.' FAMOUS CANDIES^ THE BEST MADE, Every MAN who would know lh0 ; GRAND TRCTUB. ths Main Fa OW Secret* una the Now UlKto>orlw of MeSlwi 8oionMi2 in Hurried Life, nhoiild writ* Irar our wonu>rnii miK ho2£ "A TRBATJ8H TOR MEN OH;Gr.'' «ti "an, ^eanwlt"inwe^SllL.-™« •opy Sfetlrely *rce. In plain,' w»l«aoovor. "SS tte qSoffS THB FRlf-'MWJlCAl. CO., BUFFALO, N.Vi

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