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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 4, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                t 2 Hutchinson daily news: Tuesday mohnins, mabch 4,1890 Style "A" Single Door-Closed. Peerless Ice Chssr. 'C"-Double Doors. Our Style "D"-Side Board- Attached to either Style "II" or Style "C" Refrlerator. Style "E"--Side Board. The PEERLESS Refrigerator M^lJSTXJF-A.OT'CJR.EID BYI The Hutchinson Manufacturing Company, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. .A. O-AJRJD.i We herewith show you a few styles of our Refrigerators, and this advertisement will continue but for a short time, it will be well for you to make a note of this after reading, so that if you are not ready to purchase at once you will remember us when you are ready to look into the merits of the Peerless. You are well aware that it costs money to make honest goods, ard as long as the Hutchinson Manufacturing Company make Refrigerators they will be made that way, and if in course of time we find that our business is not appreciated we will discontinue to manufacture them, as we propose to make the best or none. So far our sales have been beyond our expectations, so much so that we are making a larger number now than at any previous time. Yoa will hear this Patent Refrigerator spoken of, and that with removeable lining, etc., so as to be cleaned. Use common sense in constructing a Refrigerator, get a pure air circulation and let the impurieties be' carried off in the waste water, and you will not have to keep your Refrigerator in the back alley? for fear that people will conclude on coming in the house that you have started a tannery on your premises. We have made several improvements to our Refrigerator this year, and expect to do so from time to time, as we feel confident that they are second to none, and for the benefit of some of our competitors making claims we still have confidence to offer the following on the Peerless: We will donate any charitable institution $50.00 if there is a better Refrigerator than the PEERLESS in themarket to-day, and $50.00 to the party who can produce it. The qualities to be based on the economical use of ice, cleanliness and the preserving qualities of whatever is placed in^the provision chnmber.   As mouey talks it is useless to say more.   Yours truly, t...., [� StylefA'-Slngle Door. THE HUTCHINSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Style "B"-Double Doors. FAIIM AND ItAIiDKX. SUGGESTIONS AND EXPERIENCES OF VALUE TO WIDE AWAKE FARMERS. All Jlluhlrttteri Drncrlptloii  f un Appliance for Fastening u lljirb \Vir� Fi-nce Onto. Extrai!Le�l Honey-Ita Production Clov-crlj* l)t9M:rltMMl. The application for fastening a barb wire gate* without pulling one's arms ami tearing their rlothes into shreds is depicted in the cuts here reproduced from Furm and Fireside. D FIO. 1-I1AKB w1rk PKXCK GATIi. In sireiemng your wire, lei ji run across the opening where the gate is wauted. Slitplu it fast to the gate pouts with extra long staples. Set your braces as usual, then cut off the wires at post jubt outwide of Ktaphs. Staple the gate wired to 2x2 inch Makes, with un oak 2.\i> inch piece, li, at end of wires, with u small notch cut at upper cud. Now cut two pieces of No. 10 plain wire, 48 inches long; fasten one to the bottom of the pout, A, for bottom loop. Make a ring of the- other, and with a staple fasten it to the top of stake, B, Cut a piece of oak hcantling lix4, 40 inches long; cut a notch � inch deep, 3 inches from one end. Bore a $ inch hole through the ii inch way, 14 inches from the notch. Bore a similar hole through post A, 11 inches from the top, from outside to iimlUu, or vicu versa. kio. 2-JJAltU WlliX fkncjc ; hi Oxford tat*. Mrs. Jiunjuuiiu Harrison is uUii to wuur4^s, and ubuully buys twv paint at a time. Mis. Junius Brtmu Potter woora No, 4a. They me usually tluu kids with patout leather tiju. Mru. Cleveland wuara a No. 6. Her foot Is a beautiful ouu, and �uu like* to have It witII covered* Mury Andcruou wear* & wmtlble EnglUu walkhiK boot with a wild fouudatiou, not conducive U>eoru*. Mrs. flicks-Lord varies Uer nuqok with her coatumoti, tout at way* yhowa a trim looking foot eucased iu No. Alleluia pattl ino&HH her cowoly feot ia dtiiuty Freaoh Ud*. Uur fawilnadaf bou*� llyflpra *nj marvels u> tfeftir lino. Uow Old Were TUeyY How lou~ 1* It possible for toads and froga to li?fl in a state of hibernation? No one cau tell. Tho following stories, apparently authentic, are found iu Cyrus Eaton's "liibtory of Tliumastou, Maiuo." Taken by themselves tbey sound incredible, but, as Mr. Kirhj'says hi "Tho Kncyclopaedia Uritannica," "too many circumstantial accounts of the discovery of Uve toads embedded ia solid rock, and even in coal, have been published to allow us to dismiss them all as fabulous, notwithstanding the difficulty and obscurity in which this uhiectjs still involved." About at quarter of a mile from the Iett margin of Mill river, says Mr. Eaton, Simeon Blood, Sr., iu digging u well, discovered at a depth of about thirty foot from tho surface some small masses of matter resembling stones with earth adhering to them. Those, on examination, proved to be frogs; and one of them, when warmed by the sun and air, hopped off with a frofi's usual agility. Whilst hibernating in tho mud, they hud probably been covered over by a deposit of earth brought by a flood or current of water, and buried u>o deep fur tho ensuing spring to reach and reunimute them; but at \v hut epoch, and by how many suecessiveuYposiUiof earth, who shall pretend lu say? In 185.'$, as Thomas Gould, Esq., was wuteh-ing the operation* iu the Fulling mill lime quarry, lie saw tho workmen blast out from the hoiid led^e, eighteen or twenty ftut below the surface, a black and at first port'uetly torpid toad. It soon showed bignsuf life, and during his temporary absence hopped away, as the workmen said, and was not again found, leaving only a cavity iu the rock to mark the prison house of this relic of the antediluvian world. -Youth's Companion, A List to Keep, Do you keep a list-a list of tho i>eople who are tiresome to you? The wise woman is tho one who has u book ou the cover of which U written iu large letters and red ink, "Beware of" Tho educated youug woman who concludes that the alphabet has been iuvenUwt since her blrth The frivolous creature who tululcs you are "just dying" to kuow how her underwear is made. Tho lovely young man who wears three diamond rings aud thinks you are "just too iweet for anything." The horrible old hypocrite who talku about her position in society and the use she is to thu world at large, when she would best servo tt by decorating the iuside of a tomb. Tho old man who kisses you because he remembers your mother when she was a girl. The young mau who is loud and underbred, but who Kpeuks to you and murtifles you and claims a right to acquaintance because he once lived near you. The man, woman, or nondescript, who never tires of telling you that they have seen better days and who count* ou that auuounce* meet covering everything iu the future, and never muktug an effort to think how really good this time is after all The mau with a low cut shirt, the woman with dyed hair, the boy who hasn't been tuught good manners, and the girl who has been educated to believe that iuipudeuce and Intelligence ure synonymous. The people who flatter, who ibid fault, and who never know what it is to say a good word for their ueighbors.-New York Sun. The PrUieesS Louise, tiir Henry Fousouby and Col Colli us carried utf the honors at the recent private theatricals at Osborne, lCiijt-laud, the Princes* LouUe and fcUriionry beiu; ck ooat, with gram green collar au| lappeU, gray and green striped pantaloons, high botto aud a gray Tyrole* Jma vdib *�wfai nrxm bA% obwigo. Oollectiooa promptly znule and remitted for on date of psymoav DIIUDOTOWa. JT. a. OurpenMr, It H. Price, Trunk Vincent, A. 1. Luck, 0. B. Wisilow, J. t Mey. Oao. 0. Updaxr&ff, Q. A. VutdnvMr, uul 0. H. Menkti, The Peoples State Bank. Capital Stock $100,000. Southeast Cor. Main and Sherman Ste., Batontna General Banking Business in all Branches, Interest Paid on Time Deposits. MONEY to LOANI On Property in all parts of the Oity or Comity. No. 10 Bhenn&n Street West, Rdar First National Bank KANSASSALTC0. -OPERATING- Riverside, Western. Diamond and New York SALT WORKS Manufacture all grades of Bait, including ill Fine. Coarse Hide Salt! Also the Finest Grades of Dairy and Table Salt Write for quotations. CAPITAL, $60,000. SURPLUS. $60,000 THE FIRST BANK IN RENO COUNTY. The First National Bank, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. 4k 454   

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