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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                6 HUTCHINSON BXthY NEWS J SUNDAY MORVING, DECEMBER H. 1890. mrnm lilt I Ms WHAT VII      ARK THIN KIN ii .VltuDt PRIGE U Try a Back ol out 0ki uyiid! PATENT^ Ti,o beat Flour in tlio m&rhel, only  1.60 a uaok ond every sack guaranteed. anoAB ahd ootobb. 1!> Ifcs Ml Sugar, |l.   ' >1 ll>� Cut 1 onf Fiigti. 81. ill Iti DII Rtix�r, $l" I I'.i package Cofft'o. fl. ai}giim�euliia Voice, !1J4 ib� Jnvn lilend Coffee, SI. I in Uoideu IUo Ooffou, -Hk. t to Arlinctcls Ooffee, Stc, I lb Mr.LsntiWln MXX OoBw, %c. l It) HunoU Cofleo, Kc. J l!w M�li� Jnvo C'offu?, |1. tba. I lb Beat Oolcmt: Tan, toe. I lb HnjtUoh HreatfAat Tea, Mc. 1 Ik Uatoloral Japan, Wc. I lb Imperial T�a,A0c. 1 lb Toubk lljaon Tea, Ms, .1 lb b. 7. Japan Tea, 36c. 1 eal Fine Sarulnim 40 c. 1 IMl PlB� Hytnp 5i)c. 1 gal Sntar tiynip iSOc. ;l �al New Orleans Hymn "0c. Mavle 8/rup, per gallon U5r, MEAT. Bam lie. JJr��k(a�t Bacon, by Urn pleoo, lie, .. Dry Salt meat SUis-LeaJ Lard lcic, CANNED GOODS, } lb can Tomatoes 10c. - Ill ran Corn 10c. :! 1I� cun HtrlnK lienne 11,'c. lh nan i'eo� lf)c. 3 Hi e�n Pumpkin IPt. 3 Hi can i.ima Uuana lin a lb ran E J Pasta ir,c. lb c*�n Blar.lxb�rrlnn ific. U II: out Jfoaptierrfru K'ii'j 2 lb c�n UtuolH'lrlHt, 19c. i lb can Ntrawberitoa VJ'lc. i! lb can UooBiibei-rluA iiiic. 5 lb can Iiultlmcn- Fonchra. 'JOr �Jf J'' can California VbIJoh- I'taclsea a).-. IMara ilc illHck CherrloB '. Wlillo    � Vpricots 20:. Xifg l'lmna 'JJc. iireBn Ga^ea -in Crapue ;"ue. tiulncea -J)c. x'duch&a tv)c. Aprlcote W)c. f.'urruritfl 46-;. lb can lb can      '� lb can      :* l'i cur, �.ui lb can lb can       ,1 iii lb can       " IV, lb cms       " Gallon can.      " Gallon cay      " Gallon cau X lb Can Salinaa, J. lb (Jb.ii Moclwri'l, ID;. I lb Can lioaum Ilakeii Bwn�, 1 lb Can t.oliaU-ra, yoc. '�, itican ahiiiM;'a,voc. i Can   Aini'tlcnn Sai'dbica, O'o'.:-> C'ii M:tilavi"i Sai'UnoH, I'lyic. � j ;i;it l".�cK ..'riiat I'lour, -Ik, 'i ,(-a Make (Icmlny. ^ic. ! H.s Ultci: Mout,".'JC. Carolina HU'�, 3Mc. Fapan Hit*, if1-'. "satb Uutlor, 10.-.. :-'lr;ni Dollar, inc. GO 8 o  IntarcatliiK nlla of  Cloaalp Olumcd M5Awa,r Beportnra. A.W. VoOandi-ahb: I toll you what it it, Hutchinson parents should be p'oud of the wortc their, children are doing in I echoo!. The hternry club will oetooieh HMyonn, Th� young Udloa and ganlle-inon tlmiilsy (mined IntolleolB and ooro-tul Uiinklnu. To my tnlnd, thla lltetary work is the meet important branch of school work for advanced pupils. Wm. G. Isoham: VVfill Iouppoaeyou know that Monday nightie regular council meeting. It is, anyway, I hope the Nkwb will have Fred Palmer report, that is if his thumb has got well. He la the beat reporter the paper has ever had on council proceedings. Now you may not believe that, but he is and I'll tell you why. IIo always ha� a cigar for the city clerk. S. J. Mounts: That fellow calling himself "Oldest lnbabitanl'Mn the NbWb is dead wrong. I huve a magnificent flaid of wheat and never In all the years of my farm experience have I known better prospects. Tho ground Is in good condition and the wheat Is in still better, The indications now arc ibatl will make ft Bm&U fortune eff my wheat. I am not one of those farmers iwho are eternally discouraged. 1 am oven cow feeding every hog I have fifty-cent corn and expect to make it pay. I feel greatly on couraged this year and expect to mako a handsome sum out of my crops. One thing wherein my neighbors mako e grand mlBtake is in not raising blouded stock. We need a better grade of all kinds of f arm ordinal?. O, B, Wikley: My experience in Hutchinson lias been so limited that I can scarcely form an intelligent opinion of the people. So for as I have become Acquainted I think they are royal people and are only too giad to extend to a new comer tho right hand of fellowship, anticipate only the most pleasant relations with the people, and everything points to the fact that I will not be pointed. ' H..O. MiHNicn: Tho teacher's meeting was a grBnd , sffair, X am highly gratified at the Intense interest Reno county teachers are taking in their work. We need teachers whose soul Is in the work and whoBO hours in the Bchool room are not drudgery. Jeiiuy Balukobr: Thorn is a defect in tho law ielating to probate judges. I have a cam bere bow wfaeie a child is to be readopted and it cannot be dene until Judge Atwood recovers. The law does not provide for a deputy and as the judge was suddenly taken sick nothing can be done. Ton mming legislature should ptovidosorao relief, A law should be. passed authorizing the probate judge to appoint a d'pii'.j', oven if no provision was made for a salary. The Judge hnd better pay it hinnelf iu css� of necessity than have all businesa stop whan he is unable to be in bis office. Wedded at WloUita. There wue, Thursday evening, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoover la the south part of the city, a very pleasant and joyful wedding. The fortunate gronm was John Baumoster, of Loveland, Cal., and Miss Blanche Hoover became his happy bride. The Rev. S L. Hamilton very impressively officiated and the "ring ceremony" was performed. Mrs. O. Q. Leedom presided at the organ and played tho wedding march as the bride and groom entered. The bride was beautifully attired in cream-colored nun's veiling, and she carried a boquet of rare flowers. Each of the three bridesmaids looked very attractive. After the ceremony the guests marched to he supper table and did ample justice, and showed their good taste to the feast spread before them. After all were satisfied, then followed songs, music and dancing. The gifts wer.e numerous, beautiful and valuable. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Campbell,' Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Leedom, Mr. and Mrs. Bayer, Mrs. Graclce Stotts of Hutchinson, Madame KubohII, Misses Cora Boles, R. Miller, Leona Edwards, Millie Darrath, Rebecsa Hall'bury, Belle Salisbury, Birdie Skinner, Oma Craig, Mad go Craig and Messrs. Al Hatfield, Harry Salisbury, Oscar Sterling, Clyde Houston, 8. H. Uttlefleld, J. Christopher, 8. D. Lieurance.-Wichita Beacon, The bride i� a siBter of Mrs, E. Stotts and is well known in Hutchinson. repairers and demurs are i�t work arranging for the opening, while tho work of laying carpets and getting io the furniture is going swiftly on. Under'the now management the hotel will be nr ranged as was the old, excapt. that tl.o blllcea-will b� on ih� 'second' loot frou*, while two large, alty and finely furnished p-irlors on tach tne second and tliird uoorB will sdd greatly to the accomodation of the guesto. Mr. Btottn has had six years experi enco in tho hotel business in this city, running successfully the Occidental and Uracd Central, He has an extensive acquaintance among the traveling public, and his now venture promisee to be a success from the outset. The new house Will be run as a dollar and a half a day house, thus making a now departure in the way of a first-class hostelry at a re duced price for this city. The old Hotel Midland had au enviable Btanding with the travoling public, and under the man agement of Mr. Stotts will undoubtedly keep all its old friends and gain many new ones. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. A N�ir Xamai I'rodaot. The Nkwb was shown to-day some of the finest toilet soap it was eyer our pleasure to use, and best of all it is vegetable produot, made in Kansas by the Yucca company of Wichita. The soap is called "Yucca" Irom the famous Mexican soap plant of that name which enters Into it! composition. This soap plant, sometimes known bb Spanish Bayonet, growB plentifully on the prairies of western Kansas, and we are glad to know that it is being utilized Yucoe soap lathers free in either hard or soft water, and is not only a gieat cleanser but leaves the skin soft and smooth. It is also said to be quite beal-' ing la its qualities. The soap Is sold as low bb say good toilet Bosp and it is foolish for our people to siod their money east to support foreign capitalists when goods as fine or better are made right at home, Ynoca soap will be found at our leading stores, Try it, v- Tb� N�w Hotol. On Monday/the 15th lust, commencing with dinner Mr, E. Stotts, at present of the Grand Central hotel, will re-open the Hotel Midland. A large number ol The RssBlar Monthly Mentlne/of the Keno County Teaobera' Held Yeatarday, The regular monthly meeting of the Reno County Teachers' association was held at the Central building In this city yesterday. It was an enthuslaBtIo meeting and one that did great good for the attending teachers. Prof. C. W. Tucker occupied the chair and Miss Emma Chittenden was Seoretary. T. E'vine read a paper on history, which showed careful research and bard stuJy. Tho discussion was led by Miss Willard. Prof. Minnich favored the association with an able paper oa psycho logy. Only a limited time was consumed in discussion, but the paper was so compresenBlve that no discussion was necessary. These two papers concluded the morning session. Tae afternoon session was opened by a song from a choir from the high school. Much to the disappointment of all. Hies Anna Car was compelled to be at Sterling and could not respond with a paper on "Language," as announced. Miss Cir'a paper, last year on the same subject, was so instructive and praotic&l that many looked forward to the second part yesterday. Prof. H. H. Everest came next with a paper on'' Definition." This ia a subject of much importance, and the piper was accorded the cloBest attention. The little pupils of Miss Simpson's room captured the audience and were loudly applauded. MIsb Florence Fowler came next with an interesilng paper on " Discipline." This paper provoked an animated discussion, led by J. A. Do Bard and followed by Miss Blodgett. It seemed to be the prevailing opinion that every teacher Bhould look after his own discipline and not attempt to follow stereo, typed rules. 1 Misa Emma Hart read a paper on Primary Language," which seemed to dll the bill pretty effectually.    The dls-cuBaion was led by MisB Nellie SpierB. Thin ended the program, and the next thing was an informal talk about 'going to Topeka, It was urged that all teachers who could do- so should attend this meeting. Resolutions were presented and unanimously passed thanking Professor (X P White for his untiring efforts in behalf of the schools of the county, and extending a cordial welcome to his successor, Professor 8. W. Hill. Professor White delivered a feeling farewell address, urging the teoohereto continue to be diligent and to vim at the highest possible excellence. Professor Hill followed with some remarks which were encouraging', and gave promise to a future course of aim tad energy. A vote was taken on the time of held-Idr the normals with the following result: June 11, July 13 and August 8; ThiB concluding all the business before the association an adjournment woe taken. A Lurico Btook. C. A, Kiger, the jeweler of 2B North Main, is displaying the finest line of watcb.ee, diamonds, Jewelry, Bllverware and Imported olooks that baa ever been seen in this part of the country. Diamonds in bll shapes, costing from $5 to |1,000 each; a full line of solid gold jewelry; solid silver spoons. It Is by fartbe largest stock of goods in the city-a stock of over two hundred gold watches to select from. He has the only stock of diamonds in the city. Just notice the beau tiful and valuable displays in his window and you will undoubtedly be convinced that he baa no competition in fine goods, Don't fail to look through his stock before buying a present of any kind. 0. A. Kiokji, No. 88 N. Main, whb Woodard's book store. This amount does not inolude; what was realized in getting the names for the quilt. This will be announced at a later time. The painting sent by Miss Crawley Is an accurate copy of trie "Beggar (> rl of Ram'," the original of v.!nch ia a j ii .tly celebrated painting in lh� Corner. an Are Oallety nf Washington, D 0. U Ib on exhibition at Moorehouse & Ua'i. All lovers of the beautiful ehould not fail to see it, Once again tbask' are returned to all who so uobly came to our help with their as�i6tanco and patronage. 7he "Popular Book Island" Koulo always to the front ia "the Interest of the public," Will sell round trip excursion tickets for the holidays at one and one-third fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 24th and 23th, and Dec. 31st and Jan. 1st, good to return until Jan. 5,18D0. This rate and privileges will also apply on the Union Pacific, the great overland route. Tae accommodations of these two great systems are first class ia every respect, and their employ' eeo are under strick orders to use their beste&deavotB for the convenience, safety and accomodation of the traveling public. For further information apply at the Rock Island ticket office, which will be gladly given you. J, A. Mcltioliand, Agent. 7 lio Emftoon*. The next party to be given by this club will be on Thursday evening Jan. 1st. On this occasion the courtesies of the club will be extended to the friends of the members, and a number of Invitations issued. Bach member wishing can hand either member of the committee of arrangements, MeBsss, W. L. Woodnut, A. J. Lusk, Ed. S. Moore and P. J. Leim-baugb, the names of two friends whom they desire to- have attend, and the committee Trill issue Invitations to as many as can be accommodated. Rind Neighbors, For quite a while the daughter of Rivers Banks was a sufferer from a severe sicknesB, until death came to her relief. Through all the weary weeks the neighbors were untiring in their efforts of kindness to both the deceased and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Backs desire to return their thanks to all those who bo kindly assisted them and extended their sympathies, and pray the bletsingB of God upon them. Fiuuo TudIdk, Leave orders at Mr. Willets' f urnltuie store, No. 12 North Main. C -A. SnatLTz. Our Holiday Xnaportatlon, Belfast linen handkerchiefs discount all former purchases in variety,style ijnd prices. We are tho handkerchief house of this season of the city. A. W. Inhhs. Youds BI*z>! Attention I And Attention Drttusy men of All Affeal We offer during the balance of this month as holiday bargains bb follows:' fine smT 1st. Fine broadcloth Prince Albert coat and vest with doeskin pacts at only $93.50. Fine cloth-a nice dreBsy suit 2nd. Fine broadcloth Prince Albert coat and vest with doeskin pants at only *20.00. Finer cloth. 3rd. Fine broadcloth Prince Albert coat and vest with doeskin pants at only (34 55. Finest eloth. 4th. Fine broadcloth full dress coat with low-cut vest and doe-skin. pants, f88.80. Excellent cloth. 5th. Fine broadcloth fuU dress coat, with low-cut vest and doe-skin pantp.coat and vest, satin lined, only �345uT These suits we offer at abere prices os< holiday presents. All of these suits will be well made,,&nely lined and are just what gentlemen need in the way of best suits for special occasions. A gentleman needs a dvesB suit of broadcloth as ranch bb u lady aeodB a black Bilk dress. While black doeskin pants are the regulation pants for dress suits, we will substitute other goods for pants if customer so elects. In addition to the above come for choice goods and great bargaino in new goods, In all lines. Overcoats, suits and pants.. Wanamakbk A BnowN, First Aveoue. rBB8BYTKKt�N   PAIR. Was   In It Ja Over, ttnri a Oraod Mucoeas It Krerv W�j. The fair just held by the ladles of the Presbyterian church has proven ene of the most successful they have evor had, The donations of all classes were anusa' ally liberal, for Which the society ia truly grateful. The wonderful qulir, with its spores of name*, waa purchased by J. D. Weiner, who then presented It to the Presbyterian church. It will be on ex hlbltion at "The Grand" for a limited time. The returns Iron the fair foot up the neat sum of six hundred dollars, (HIS1 If a corset is perfect in other respects arad has the usual metal eyelets, the laces will break at the most annoying times; for the eyelets cut them. There is a better eyelet; made of loops of corset lace j soft eyelet we call it. It costs no more, is neater, more such as a woman would make for herself, besides the convenience of not wearing out or cutting the laces. The Ball and Kabo corsets are eyeleted with it. You can get these corsets and wear them two or three weeks; and, if you do not like them, return them. The makers pay the merchants to eell them so. " Cuomo causer Co., Chicago and Haw Vo*. Ball's Kabo Corsets at "Martina." 0  c Announce that as soon as -fixtures can be placed, probably the middle or last of this week, they' will open a sale and Mai In the Midland Hotel corner. Watch this ad. for notice of day and date of OPENING. We will have a full line of fine Meats, Lard, Oysters and fish. The trade on surrounding towns is solicited We will put on trains any order received one hour before departure. TERMS: Strictly Cash to Everybody. No accounts kept. Hutchinson Packing Co. NOTICE, Are you aware that you can save the cost in oi& winter in providing your windows and �doora with qi* Patent W eather Strips in the saving of fuel, to aay notli ing of the comfort derived therefrora. They am worth their weight in gold to keep out dust and dirt. We fur.-nirdi them all put in place, if  o desire, and at lower prices than you have ever bought them before. We also furnish to order any and all sizes of ^TORM SASH. Those that have tried them know their worth. To those that have not we say try one room and next season we will sell you WE \THER eTRIPd for the balance of your house. For any or all of the above call at the office or address the The Hutchinson Manufacturing Co. _ �5 Sherman Street West. Tne Sensation of the season.   Be sure and see it My Holiday Stock : Appropriate gifts for all kinds- of folks, little and big, at all 'kind of prices.  A Urge and varied assortment of I OF ILL _...... My Low Prices make these beautiful goods- all Bargains.  Come ' to headquarters where youT money will go the farthest, and where you are sure to find just what you want.   H W. WILLETT, No. 12 North Main. J. W. Kanaga & Co., Are always in the lead-with a fullilneot Staple and FanevGrocerie We keep the bes* brands of Flout. Com Ileal, Oat Flakes and Graham, always pure and �eoL A complete line of J Uncolored Green and Black Teas! From the cheapest Tea Dust te the finest Imperial,Gnnpowder, Basket Japs and Black Teas. . -   i   ' -j ..-.-'� -U6ABS, ALJj ttRADES! CANNED GOODS' STANDARD BRANDS! A tine assortment of the celebrated Monarch Brands of old Government i ava, Arabian Mocha and the still mote celebrated Chase and Banbors oon bination of Mocha and Java in two pound oano, Finnst Coffee in the Vorld. Queensware, - Glassware - and - Stoneware) ': Haveland China, Fine Lamp*, Leinp Fixtures, Plersou end Red)aiig Foster/, Thankuig our patrons, one tjid alLfor pmi favotm, we ahall to/the heat otou ability, by honest and fair dealing, by just weight* and full meMu/e, strive to meri' the continued favor of all, -      .    --u � TWepfcwie,.78. J/.W..KANAQAJtV W, *U!r*   

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