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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 14, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas BVMtttWlK DAILY NKW8: tfBIDAY MORNING, MARCH 14* 1*90. WOMAN AND ITOME. THIS WOULD WITHOUT BE A THE. DISMAL WORLD 'OLD MAID," A Dwiwunnker** Trim!*-Hpwar* of Man** Flattery -A Mnrtyrdom of Todnj-Cha-jxurnti* for Lady TmtrUU-Th* Wny Not tn Hlrcp-Rldp Itofttllnt;. Thcro I* ft tJonl of well mcnnt Bympftthy ftnd cotnniiw>riitfon w/iMpd on tlmnld mnid. She (low nut nee*! it half no much uxiloitiiii'ty-Blne hutiiJrwlilis of thuw� that put forth thin wastotl (loud of oytnpnthy. It is niiutit na sjtmftMo l*t jutls;o of lli�� el.arftet*�ris{i("� of old smidom hy ono embittered wiinplo ns it would bo t* js the ft at tor ten of nun.-- U-v. T. I>" U'tlt Talmageln Indies' H-irne Journal. Now, the 'i\.\i Itimti-- Trials of Dressmakers. "Yes, we meet many cranks," remarked a dressmaker. "The first grade are those ladies who have dresses altered. 1 had to me experience with one of tiiis class not long ugo. She sent for ma 'Miss X-she said, 'I want thin dress made over. The material is very expensive, and cost mu $4 a yard. 1 am aJuiosl afraid to lot you undertake it.' 'Very well, then,' I said, rising, "However, I thiuk 1 will trust you,' she continued* "Ho, after the usual preliminaries of measuring and fitting, 1 sat down to take the dress to pieces. I applied the ecUsors and cut the goods on the bias. With that she groaned aloud. I worked for half an hour while she continued to get more und more nervous. At last she arose. 'I can't stand it any longer,' �be said. '1 am too nervous. You must go. I can't have you work any more today.' So Deft "The next day 1 received c note to call 'I suppose you might ns well finish what you have beguii,' the said wheu I entered, 'but work as quickly as you can.' "Well, 1 was never bofore so harassed. She .{groaned whenever 1 touched the acifcsons. The druss turned out a perfect success and fitted her Kpieudidly. Ah a result thb lady has taken a great fancy to me and 1 like her, although social Kayetius huvo made her a partial victim to nervous prostration. "1 recall a nut her euae," continued the dressmaker. "1 made u dross for a lady oi.taf decidedly cheap ma^rial. When she tried it on �howiid: 'It is too long.' 1 took It up au Inch. The next day she said: 'It Is too short.' J let it down the Inch. HhewUd: 'Oh, dear, you have made it too long once more.' 1 took it up half an luch. Then It wa* too short once more. Seven times I let up and took out that half Inch. At last she said: 'Thatis light.' It was right, because It was just as I had It at first Yes, a dressmaker needs patience."-Detroit Tribune. ntv to Main- n Srrnp nook. s fo tu'ikii);; a scmp book, I prefer ^tltnial reporN, as llie left at the top and iMltom of each pnjje, for by much turning of lenvi�itli(> edi*t-* become frnyi-d, and can bo trimmed off without interfering h itli the print. First, of nil, cut o it every other leaf of your Intended scrap l�;�>k. Trim all edge* even, and paste "true lo llio line." Ordinary lloni" pa^te, r-dd, and iw thin a-inueilaKe, quickly and evenly applied, is tli" In'st. If put on properly, the pu|m-r 3-011 an-{lasting will nut even U� wet through, and will dry in CtfU?eii minute-' after il is in your book. Clippings ore taken from the work's papers, put smoothly into a box, ajid the work Is done on rainy days or at times when one fools like "doing nothing.'' When the l�>uk in filled then Mime* the index, and in that one point is tho utility of your work manifest. The blank pages at the beginning and end of tbo "IlejK�rt" are just what is needed. Number your pages carefully, and write your index of the articles in alphalwtical order.- Cor. Cleveland Leader, mmng-tm.HjcTivr'rs. w-iun � ten*it ormrf,ttit-h- | three women InunoVrwl for the entire twenty � seven fnmfHes Other fn mil leu Joined tbeorcnTii?.alioti unli\ It nunilwre*! thirty-eight. Tiiey would receive nothing to Ik- laundered after H o'clock Mondny morning-tbey n-ouhl have every piece of clothing out of their house by Thursday night. Not oidy did these three women make living, but they maintained a handsome account in bank, nnd bought a three story brick house, with modern improvemc*.in a desirable part ^if tho city. The LuMnei^j wai conUnucvl till the dt^atli of the mother and tho marriage of one of the sisters compelled its alMindoument.-Miller's Journal. Hon- Not to Oo to Strop. "In thesii days or innumerable hitit^ for health and comeliness," says a prominent phyMtMuu, "let mo tell beauty how not U> go to ^l'�4�p. Ix-t her take care that It is not wirli n frown or discontented expression, for such � ill i�*! apt to leave its imprint during her >le�*ping hours, and contribute Ji�t so nm>'h to jieriimnent unlwcomlng lines. A> >he finds herself sinking into tho drowsy ai'nis of tho drowsy got! let her closw ber ni'iuth ortyily, allow tho eyelids to drop gently but fully over tho eyes, and, just n^ �sh..* yields herself to his soothing embrace, summon some pleasant thought that shall set tie* seal of peaceful content upon her face. She should not lie with ono bnnd under her cheek, a common hubit with youthful sleepers, which wrinkles and slightly numbs the �vkin, tuid, of coui*se, she should breathe :,]ways through the nose. This latter prac-tir*� can lw readily acquired if one Is not ad-di.i"d to it, unlois theru bo somo prouounce tender as to Ik easily reddened and roughened, end the unili so brittle that the slightest contact with anything hard breakn them down Into the quick, causing intense pain. The fear of this makes it impossible for a young girl to take any kind of good free arm exercise, which is so essential to the beautiful development of arnu and shoulder* and to the covering of colUu bones with tbo fine layer of muscles. Au extremely ugly fashion ia that of trimming the nails to sharp points. If there is anything in thin world worse than a croaking door to bet oue's teeth ou edge it Is to shako n fashionable haud and feel a slight graze from such claws. It Is feline.-Now York Letter. The News Printing & Paner Co., 19 and 21 East Sherman Street, Used by the fritted fttattw Government Rtdon�a FobHc frood -�--�-----� - DsJtlna Powder di by the h�td* of lt� 0��tTTnlveMltf�f ,__, , .... w. .a �wrt Rnlthfol. Pr. Prlfrt'i Cnu* ia Powder deej notcotiUln / mmontp, lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Delicious Flavoring Br Tacts, Vanilla, Lemon, Oranga, Almond, Roae, etc., do not contain Poisonous Oils or Che cicala ind FobPc Vood Analrsta, as the Stroagest, PdrestlasL "" - - - cot contain / tomonia, Lime or Alain, PIUOEBjUUKG POWDER OO*. Wmtf York. Oh!oawa \,ou)m. About Woman Author*. It seems to mo that wo need not bo distressed lest "our girls" will be demoralized by what their sisters write. No one was ever yet made pure by ignorance. And women are not ns u rule made "immoral*1 by other women. We must remember that in spite of j tho "orthodox" critics of the day, Jane Au? ton, Harriet Martinoau, Oeorgo Eliot, Charlotte Bronte, Mrs. Browning and Mrs. Stowe did fairly well, both for themselves and the literature they were to degrade. May it not be just as possible that the Olive Schrelnon and the Mona Cairds may bc looked unt-n with more or less approval long after those who map out "the only proper topics1' for literature shall have been buried under the! debris of the outgrown prejudices of the present day?- H. H. Gardner in Arena, A. j. Ltnx, President, 2 Paahx VmcmitT, Vlce-Prea, a H. Mirtu, Cash'* KU TWIN SON NATIONAL -BANK HUTCHINSON, KANBAB, OXjIXBST NATIONAL BANK UN HTJTOHINSOI OvffxanlBied Juna XO, 1SB4- Chaperunn for lj�dy TourlsU. At a meeting of the directors of the Worn en^ Educational and Industrial union the question of establishing a guide and chaperon-i�o department was favorably discussed, and neasureshavo beeu taken to organize the new leparture. The idea, though novel to this awst, is an acknowledged success in and within recent years in New York, In conversation with a director of the society the work of the new department was out' lined. "Of course, you know," said a fair official, that many ladies come into San Francisco from tho east and elsewhere who, in many instances, buve n� friends to familiarize them with our city and indicate points of novelty and Interest, To such persons we expect that our system of cbaperonage will be an invaluable comfort and assistance. Upon application we will furnish lady guides and chaperones to escort strangers throughout the city, to accompany thera to theatres and to other places of interest and amusement, and to also assist them lu shopping excursions, in this way much time, aggravation, and indeed money, will be saved to ladies wbo would otherwise fall Into the hands of sharpers, and tho ordinary monotony of their situation will bo pleasantly relieved by agreeable company."-San Francisco Chronicle. A Matrimonial Trmik. The most sensible thing an engaged girl] can do after she announces tho fact to ber friends is to get a matrimonial trunk, and lot that foot also be known. If her marriage Is some months off, she will have a supply of house linen sufficient to last ber a lifetime stored away in this generous receptacle, for every friend and relative who does pretty work will contribute something useful and dainty to the store which the coming bride is laying away. A girl here who is going to housekeeping as soon at she is married has a trunk nearly filled with embroidered and hemstitched linen, in whose folds are loul away delicious little satin sachets and sprigs of rosemary and sweet lavender.-Atlanta Constitution*. Capital Stock Paid �urpln*, tS8,00(M)0t up, - - $60,000.01 Avtfeorlxed CapIWlf tSOOfOtMMKJ. Will do a tteser&l banking Business. Buy and sell Domestic and Foreign S> change. Collections promptly made and remitted for on date of payment. DIREXTTOrtS. V. H. Carpenter, R. R. Price, Frank Vlnrent, A. J. Lusk, G. P. Wlnslow, J. H>y. Oao. C TJndeirraff, O. A Vandeveer, and 0 H. Menke* J Mlu�Uentb Century Martyrdom* J saw a woman the other day, who was brought up in luxury, uiurried to thu man she lovod and wbo expected to inherit a largo property. The money was diverted into other channels, the husband proved a good-for-nolbiug and the young wife, her pride wouud-d, her health failing, was obliged to return with ber Ihree children to her father's bouse. Did blio complain 1 Not a word of unkiud-B0t�, hi turtles* or jealousy of oihei-s has ever piuuxl bar lips. Her uldevt child i* meutolly deficient, bersecoud partially duformed, while the third, u daughter, is ^usc growing: into woimuibood, Mow does this unhappy woman bear itf Blender and silent, with huir that has been as I white as wiow for yearn (and she U ouly a I litllupatft40), i>he iw&ni ber saddened, bllghUxl life uuceuiplttiuiugly, while compelled to ex-erelM) tho clueebt economy iu her household xpoitbcK and hi the education of tier children. Is not luib uuu-tyrdom�-Now York Letter. Mho's Flattery of Wuumu, 1 would uUo advice vouug women not to depend fxjr huppiuees U|wti tho flatteries of men. U is a poor complimeut to your mix that Hi many men fuel obliged in your presence to oiler unmeaning complimeuta. Meu caputile of elegant aud elaborate euuverss/ lion flsow hero sou^otimes feel callud upt^u at thf door of tho draw in ji room to drop their 4yo|Uiuou seuae and to dole o�i Jtenlng flat-lar'iNL They my thuit" about your drew mn\ about your appearance that you know, and tbey know, are false. They say you are an aia�l. VAu know you arw uut Tbey tell Ton ihat "you are looking singularly tieuutt* Jul U�U evening," whsu you know very well tto�t|�r�inark la ouly a cotuoiouputoe one, floioe amu fcolnk tbat a conversation with a ; VWQSV *� InWrwtlug mily �it U dotted and fuioad wlUi wife and she became posses**! of not only ber own property but all of her husband's. It was her's absolutely, Ou the other hand the wife engaged to provide the hiubund with food und clothing und to see that bis Kxly was properly embalmed after death. The man when ho married took thu name o. iiU wife, und the sous that wore born to Llu-m l*>ok their mother's name,- St. laui Piuueer Pjosm. The Way to Make CufTee. Lot a heuttod te&spooiiful of freshly grouud ifl'ee be ussd for each breakfast cupful you wlbh to make. Put it in the bag or othfti recoptae'e, after caring heated the cutfee \ pntv aud pour boiling water on it-half the quantity of boiling water which you wish to hav'i of coffeo. While It is percolating into ;1 u lower jjart of the cotfttf pot put into u >uuwi�m on the llru the mi me quantity of milk us you have uwd of boiling water. Let it l>o thoroughly healed, but do not let H '>uvo it ou tin- fire for a uduube or two to be further heauid, but don't let it oometoe bait.-Tall Mud Uawtte. A Woman Superintendent* One of tho largest dry goods houses in Brooklyn has a woman for its general superintendent. When first employed she was placed at the notions counter, and almost im- J mediately a change for the better in tbat department was observed. Before long she was transferred to tho book department with Increased pay, and here the same results followed. From one position to another more responsible she was advanced, because somehow she bettered the service and discipline of every department into which she came. Finally, by natural progression and by the taw of the promotion of the fittest, she be-1 came managing superintendent, with general oversight of everything and a big salary.- | Detroit Newg, _ Feminine Nervousness. An observer in the back pew of a church will notice tbat during the sermon the heads of women move restlessly about, while men ore comparatively motionless. This may be attributed to the more volatile nature of wo raauV mind, and to the fact that she does not, like man, take pleasure in listening to logical discussions or "trains of thought." Intellectual strength is seldom a feminine characteristic. It Ib a strange fact that women rarely fall asleep in church. 1 regard this as an index to her character, and as due to her natural alertness and self conscious regard for her appearance. Women never forget that tbey are observed, und they carefully guard against appearing at a disadvantage.-Bow Bells. _ Two Oplnluui* Lord Burleigh says to his son: "Use great prudence and circumspection in choosing thy wife, for from thence will spring all thy future good or evil; audit is an action of life like unto strategem of war, wherein a man can err but once." Out Martin Luther evidently had a far better opinion of women when he said: Jio who loves not women, wine and song, IIo Is a fool his whole life long. -ExcUauge. Girls at Outdoor Pipy. Hockey, formerly looked on as a schoolboys' amusemout. has now become a fashionable sport for girls. Hockey clubs are started j somewhat on the lines of lawn teunis .clubs; b^eo ladies and gentlemen become members, a suitable ground is procured, days and time 1 for ]ilay arranged aud tea provided on or f near the ground.-Exchange, The Peoples State Bank. Capital Stock $100,000. Southeast Cor. Main'and Sherman! Sts., Hutching General Banking Business in all Branches Interest^Paid on Time Deposits. B. B. HANDY. I. WILCOX, VIu-PrMMtnt F.B OHBIBMAR, Cuhln' JOBS CHAPMAH, HENEY HEGWEK, JVIONEY to LOAN On Property in ail p*rti of the OiSy or County. No. 10 Bnarmu Street West, IU�sr First Nitiontl Bank KANSAS SALT CO. - OPERATING- To Prevent 8o�rchluf. It U a very common thing for youug housekeepers to scorch their linen when learning to iron. Do not be discouraged. Wax your irons thoroughly and keep them in a dry place. This will prevent their sticking. If you find a scorched place expose It to the hottest rays of the sun, It will be obliterated in a short time.-Exchange. Riverside. Western. Diamond and New York SALT WORKS Manufacture all grades of Bait, including DOES A GENERAL TOB PRINTING Book Making SPECIALTIES III THE BOOK DEPARTMENT. Journals, Ledgers, Balance Books, Minor Abstract Books, Blank Boohs of all kinks, Land Examiner's Books Loan Registers, County Records, Manilla Copy Books, Ward Registration Books, White Paper Copy Books, Scale Books a specialty Real Estate Contract Books, Attorney's Collection Registers. Boufl Mlwlon Work. Mmud-Why Id the world did yon acoapt Mr. Oonotblugl Heleue~0tj, ueV mcb a fool goino one hat Rot to tokocvo of lilm, and bi I'm ricb Imp-pow It might m well be 1.-Chicago Journal Also the Finest Grades of 8ha Didn't Either. "1 cannot aee What there'a In me To moke you love mo. loro,' Then azuiwerod aho Quite candidly, "Tbot'a what mj Meads all aay to roe. _ -Soetos Courier. ' eald be; Vo-ouoratlf* lAUBdrlee, A fow ycur� ainco alwut twenty-eeven fain Hit* of my ttotiuulutance coinblued and a* itlod the InU'lHffciit wanberwomau of a doivi of the houuiliuliU to'orRuiiItu, in hor hi ink bjuno. � lauudry of very tuoUerato proper lion*. Tl� tvouuui wan EnglUb, a widow, etrouj aud executive, w were, ker^wq vl^oroue aud he EnTled It. He-1 am thlukiog of embracing a literary ] life. Blie-I do not doubt that the life will be a rery bappy one If you-if you should treat it the way you poke of.-Exchange. - Dairy and Table Salt Write for quotations. The Woman or It. her hps. then "Pardon "� crledt "I did not mean to do iu door Maria" "Thr Vim I might ham pardoned." ebe replied. "But neror. aerer your apo^y " "Carl/lo UaUth In Harper'e forty Ceula a Dlah. Beetaurant Cook (to uew awlitam)-Mia three tablenpoonful* of coudenaed milk with talf a plat of iluur, .out* water aud a couple ' epooufuU of Marob, Quick, uow I New Ai�i�t*nt- Tealr. WuatV it fori Cook Mapping tome bread on  gridiron)- Qot an order far cream toaM. Ber. Dr. Teluajr* It a unat | iilmili> He tUnka out kit auruioua while takt �alia Owitral park and Brooklyn)' CAPITAL, S50.C00. SURPLUS, S60.(XX THE FIRST BANK IN RENO COUNTY. The First National Bank HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. IW.CAMTOU, L A. PI00ER. iknTn SPECIALTIES IN THE JOB OEPARMTEHT. letter Heads, Packet Note Heads, Letter Note Heads, Commercial Note Heads, Small Poster*, Large Fostersand Bills, ony Statements, Bill Headn, all sizes, Statements, all sizes, Abstract Books, all sizes, Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Etc Drafts, Bank Check*, Filing Cases, Deposit Checks, Counter Checks, Notary's Seals, Banker's Cases, Crushed Euvelopes, Document Envelopes, County and City Warrant Books The above is only a partial list of tbe goods wt carry and the work we ate prepared to execute promptly. We are making a specialty of Magazine Book Bindingl 4nd we bind Magazines and Law Books in all styles sad at lowest prices. We wioh the public to understand thai we fire ready and prepared to execute any kind of Printing or Book Workl Have stock forms, but can make special forms to orier. We guarantee all work and solicit patronage. Mail/'.Orders Reoeive.PromptOAttention. Address, NEWS PRINTING AND PAPER GO., ;