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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 6, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas 3 Miff mmi mmut mmm, mam 6, i��o Style "A" Single Door-Closed. Peerless Ice Chest. Double Doors. Our Style D"--Side Board u' Attached to either Btyle "B"or Style "C" Hetrlerator. Style "E'-Side Board. The PEEKLESS Refrigerator StyleVA*'-Single Door. MAnSTXJF'-A.OTXJRElID BYI The Hutchinson Manufacturing Company, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. .A. O.AJRJD. 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 renioveable 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 tear 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 I50.00 if there is a better Refrigerator than the PEERLESS in the market 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 injthe provision chnmber. As mouey talks it is useless to say more. Yours truly,^ THE HUTCHINSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY. "B "-Double Doors. WHEUK FLOWKUS GROW. ASTORIA, LONG ISLAND, A LAND OF BEAUTIFUL BLOWERS. Wbttt (Soe. On in Olio of tin. Grt'LL (Jreen-houKl Wlilcil Supply New York with flower, and 1'lj.nU-The prohlfmH Forcing and llybrl.llzfttlun. To one in search of poesy or anything above the dull level of the couuuuuiilucw, probably the last Bpot which would suggest itself aB likely to yield it would be the typical, prosaic Long Island town. Yet one of these, uud one of the most prosaic at that, im-paradoxical as it m.'iy appear-u veritable land of (lowers. Astoria teenm with lovely, though hidden blooms. If the (lowers which the florist's jealous can; covers from the inclement weulher Vere left exposed, they would spread over thousands of acre:*, and make of lite little town a ganh-n of loveliness. For cicjil months in the year the daily supply of flowers to this city amounts to $lu, precise day can be lined for the blos-Mliiog or fruition. Qui; a vast experience can foretell the 4^rrtt�of baatliex'*(�ttry tyealailt.audiu �BnW-iHH'h* the t'ri�Us�t preoauUous ejre ( ies referred to, mbro l'hau"^u,00U leet ot pijie are used for beating, while a wind mill pumps 20,000 gallons of water daily for use iu the hothouses. The regulation of beat varies with the nature of the plant. Tile difference of temperature bo tween individual hothouses is marked for, while in one there will be 100 degs or more of dry, parching heat, the next will Ih? almost cold, and the air of another may be heavy with a moist heat which turns it into a vapor bath. The amount of forcing also varies witli different species of plants, some thrivin under it and displaying marvelous beau ties which they never attain in their native state, while others, like the slen der Dendrobium Tbyrsiflorum, refuse to depart from ordinary laws aud die whei artificial means aro applied. The plants are watered every day, and in some cases twice or three times a day. This alone bikes up a considerable amount of the workmen's time, but it is not the only attention claimed by them. A dail round must be made in each greenhouse and each one of the growths investigated, certain plants clipped or grafted and weeds aud withered leaves removed from all. To the floriculturist flowers have no romance. Their cultivation to him is a mere matter of commercial value, and the sight of a llorist and his apprentices seizing delicate plants by the handful and pulling them hither and thither ul ways (ills the layman with alarm. A MILLION PLANTS UNDEK OLASS. Kach of the spacious hothouses is devoted to a single plant and its varieties, and the whole number aggregates near ly 1,000,000 plants. This firm handles morn ferns than any house in the country, and it sends out over 100,000 ferus annually. All sorts and couditions of ferns are represented, aud from the well known Adiantium, or maidenhair, to the Lixoua, or tree fern, which frequently sells for $50. The other hothouses contain a pris malic gradation of colors, from the pale yellow of jonquils to the burning orange if the large amarylJis, and from the dazzling white azalea to its richest deep red shade. Of course, roses are plentifully represented; the well known La France is here; also the majestic American beauty, and the newer varieties which have superseded these in popular favor, as the ilridc, Puritan, William Francis iieunett and Mine. Uolstie, The fashion in roses, like every other, la subject to fads, aud their prices are greatly affected in consequence. When a rose is "the rage'' the smallest plart, as it sprouts in the tiny puts knowu as "thumb puts," is worth from $1 to J3; while later, when its popularity is ou the wane, the same plant fetches barely tlvo or ten cents.- New York Commercial Advertiser. I11 Ocrmuny the law makes servants give u mouth's notice before leaving. The uiistttss must give similar notice before u discharge. A nua�> lliuls Cora BlialWr. This is simply the use of a bar of iron laid across u box. The box in made of a convenient height toslt upon, gay twelve or fourteen kiclica, aud is eighteen by thirty inches square, Tula sUe will hold over two bushels. The bar of irou (or, hatter, of etcel) houkt b� thre^uttttart by oae-qvartur u( w iuub Ut alza. %ftd> Uttltt hxuntr th�n the box 1'ut a staple sutlfcrenily large to admit the bar into the middle of the upper edge of one end of the box, and cut a notch the size of the bar in the A CORN SHELLER. other end. Put in the bar, put a piece of board across the notched end for a seat and go ahead with your shelling. Both hands are used in the operation, the left clasped tightly around the bar betweer the legs of tho operator, while the ear u drawn upward by tho right hand, the Angers of the left holding it firmly against tho bar, and slightly pushing it upward. Shell two-thirds of the small eud first, then turn and shell the butt Two bushels of our small corn can be easily shelled in an hour, after getting a littlo accustomed to the manipulation. We present a sketch of the 1k>x and bar. What Ol hers Kay. Ohio Farmer declares that it is a waste of cash product to feed a calf whole milk after its rennet stomach chauges so as to call for solid food, and it is a mis take to 60 feed it after it is 10 days old. It considers warm skimmed milk and a little oatmeal much better, O. Dudley, of Kentucky, says: The value of lime in the poultry yard cannot bo overestimated; experience teaches that there is nothing more effective as an insect destroyer than a thick coating of whitewash made of fresh lime and an infusion of crude carbolic acid. GleauBe the house thoroughly liefore applying, mid cover every accessible portion of the woodwork, especially tho perches and tho sills on which they rest. A generous fumigation of sulphur and tobacco is nls\ advantageous. An old farmer asserts that manure made iu tho winter should be spread at. it is made 011 the laud where it is to be used. It is a fact abundantly proved by practice that manure is never worth more than it is the day it is made. Nothing is added to it, but usually much is lost from it by lupse of lime. Except on steeply sloping ground, the manure is safe from all danger of loss, and is put where it will do tho most good when it is spread ou the laud direct from the stable. That the word "simpleton" was originally applied to persons of honest cuudor~-straight-forward and siuiple, as opposed to duplicity of character. That the word "hrat," which Is now a low word of coutempt, �u* oueu used iu sacred verso-"Oil, Abruhuai's brats; oh, broods of blessed stodel" That the word "kuava" iu its origin signified a young nmu, ami ou the Geriaau court ^ards is uu-ivly the page or knight attending the king or queen. That the wv'-'lt "psRftn" and "heathen" came from words slfuUyiug a countryman, because It was id the rural districts tbut the worship ot the anciont deities was longest continued. That the word "Idiot" originally meant only * private penon, or oat who was not wjpkswllu publW. buniiusa*; then.)! came to bu applktd to an out�!d�r, "I" V�� vw 1U-iafariuad on aud lu4uT�r*at to Hate aJbirt; and, lastly, Jo the inotl hopUeai of all law 0mi FLAVORlHB EXTRACTS Pied by the United RtatM Government Brdonud by the heads cf tLe Greet tIn!rer�IU< f �ad Public B-ood Analysis, as the StroDEeet, Purest and mnat Heilthtal, Br. Ptlcf.'e CroK.'i Baldna Powder does not contain/mmonis, time or Alum. Dr. Price's Delldotis Flavoring -fix-�facta, vanilla. Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc, do not contain Poisonoas Oils or Chemicals PRICE BJJUMO POWDER CO- Now York. Chicago. �!. t/i-Jla. A. j. Luaa, President. Frank Vmcjurr, Vice-Pre*. O. H. Kim, Oaahle HUTCHINSON NATIONAL BANK HUTOH1NBON, KANSAS, OLDEST JJATIONATj BANTU UST HTJTOIilNSOJ* OvtsuUaad June) AO, 18B4. Capital 8tock Paid up,  $60,000.00 Su-plu, USSflWJW. Autkorlieu Capital, 9800,000.00. Will do a Ueseral Banting jjujdueaa. Buy and tell Domeatio and Foreign Bi change, Oolleotionii promptly made and remitted for on date of payment. SIBKOTORS. W. H. Uarpentoi, R. H. Price, Frank Vincent, A. J. Luia, a B, Winilow, J. � M�y, Oeo. 0. Opdefrrafl, O. A. Vandeteer, and 0. H. Hence. The Peoples State Bank. Capital Stock $100,000. Southeast Cor, Main and Sherman1 Sta., Butohina General Banking Business in all Branches. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. HENEY HEGWEE, MONEY to LOANI On Property In ail para of the City or County. No. 10 Sherman Street Weat, Heir Firat national KANSAS SALT CO. -OPERATING- Riverside, Western. Diamond and New York SALT WORKS Manufacture all grades of Salt, including jl Fine, km Hide Si Also the Finest Grades of Dairy and Table Salt Write for quotations, CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, $60,000 thi FIRST bank IN RENO COUNTY, The First National Bank, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, 1142?6 454 1114 ;