6. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1892. INSURE Yonr Growing Crops Against HAIL. We are now prepared to write insurance and insure growing* crops against hail in one of our most reliable companies. Unit storms is some sections of the country are of common occurence and there is not a season passes that whole neighborhoods are devastated by these deseructlve storms. It is pretty hard for a man to work industriously for a whole season, and just as the harvest is almost secured see it cut down to tlie ground by hail, and the fruit of a whole season vanish. A Few Cents per acre will protect you. If you do not happen to sec one of our agents write to us. We will send you a blank application to fill up and return. We will also send y on the last copy of The Insurance Loan liugie which svill tell yon all about it. Winne & Winne, TELEPHONE NO, 20. CORNER AVENUE t AND MAIN Hutchinson, Kan. NTON BAKERY Fresh BREAD Every Day. CREAM, HOMEMADE, GRAHAM AND RYE. Fresh Every Day Cold HtnrRRn Again. James G. Calvin, of Jiuftalo, N. Y., was at the ltrunswiek last night, and to the NKWH reporter said: "1 have been studying the question of cold storage for a long time, and have come to Kansas for the purpose of investigating the matter. The further my investigations lead me, the better satisfied I am that what your paper contained some months since from lion. .John Hall, of your city, on that subject was correct, The advantages are many for your people. If I can get the proper encouragement from a tour of investigation of the farming community round about, I shall undoubtedly prepare to give your city cold storage by the time that fruits of all hinds arc marketable this fall, or at least by the time that they become a drag on the market. If, us you say, the sand hills is the natural home of fruits, and they will do well there, you will soon see fruit- raising come to the front in this part I of the west. Cold storage means better prices to the grower, and cheaper prices to the consumer.'' The reporter thought for a moment, and the whole truth lay itself bare to our mind. It means a market for fruits when the local demand has ceased, and when fruits are a drag on the market. 11 means home grown fruits out of season, retaining all their sweetness and natural ilavor as though just picked from the tree or bush. We hope to see Mr. Calvin get down to business, and predict for him success in his cold storage undertaking, should he decide to go into the business in our city. THE^JRCUsl to stay our distance if we valued oui lives. The tarantula would bound toward us a distance of two feet, covering the space in an incredible short time, making it very dangerous to linger near him. We got behind barrels for safety, when he would endeavor to get at us by jumping against the barrel with great force. Finally a dog came into the store, and he ceased pursuing us and attacked the dog, which was so severely stung that he died in a few moments. We only succeeded in killing him after emptying the contents of both barrels of a shot gun into bis person, and throwing barrels and other weighty substances upon him from our places of retreat." As Mr. Garvey related the story, his eyes put on the look of a frightened tlazelle, and sweat broke forth profusely from his brow. A Popular Landlord. Mr. E. Stotts has purchased the Midland hotel back from Mr. Sanners, the late, proprietor, and proposeB to refurnish and re-arrange the house throughout, making it one of the most pleasant houses in the city at which to stop. Mr. Stotts has been in the hotel business in our midst for eight years, dm* ing which time he has made many friends, both among the traveling public and farmers and others who are wont to stop at a hotel while in the city, lie desires to announce to all his old friends that he has reopened the Midland, and promises pleasant quarters for all who stop with him. A Tree is Known by its Fruit JUST RECEIVED IN OUR BOY DEPARTMENT 300 child's suits, 200 child's suits, 300 child's suits, 400 child's suits, 350 child's suits, . 500 child's suits, 650 child's suits, SO. 50, worth alf of $1.00 .75, worth fully 1.25 1.00, new colors, worth 1.75 1.50, all wool, worth 2.35 1.75, beauties, worth 2.60 2.00, handsome, worth 3.00 2.50, hummers, worth 4.oo Try King of Kansas Flour, 81.25 a sack. Price List of Special attention given to orders for fine calces for parties. J. W. Brelim, Proprietor. " No, 1.1 North Main Street. A Uuott SlihHtltuttt. The "iionanza All Tobacco'' little wonder cigar, which has been manufactured to take the place of the murderous cigarette, is undoubtedly a Hod send to the country. The little pieces of mechanism—if such it might be called —possess mine ot the death-dealing properties of the notorious cigarette of commerce. Why those "little sons of darkness and despair" were ever made, is a question which no mon can answer sensibly. The little cigar in question is a little larger than the cigarette, has no paper, no corn silk, no horse hair or ground rags in it, and the aroma arising from its use savors more of tobacco than its misfit brother—the cigarette. The Hutchinson Cigar company has secured the agency for the state for the sale of them, and it is hoped that the cigarette fiend will give place to the smoker of the "tobacco stick," if you must smoke. Old NurHur,v FuvoriWMt. There wan Tom, the .Son of the Piper, .lack Sprat, anil Merry King C'^le. And the Three Wise Men of Gotham, Who went to sea In a howl; Tt\e woman wne. roue on a broomHllck, And swept the couwefoheu slcy, And the hoy who sat In the corner. tiatlug his Christmas pie. These were some of the old favorites, but they have been supplanted by the "Pansy" and "Chatterbox" stories, "Little Lord Fauutlcroy," und "Five Little Peppers." The old fashioned pills and physics have been superceded, and wisely, too, by Pierce's Purgative Pellets, a inild, harmless and effective euthurtic. They are pleasant to take— so gentle in their action that the most delicate child can tnko them, yet so effective that they will cure the most obstinate cases of constipation, stomach, liver and bowel troubles. They should be in every nursery. As a gentle laxative, only one for a dose. The. TcutH ErecttMl on North Main. With the dawn of day, this morning, came the Cook & Whitby circus in all its glory and excellence. The hammering of the stake drivers, the orders of the various bosses, the crack of the drivers whip, the neighing of the horses, the occasional roar of the lions and the shouts of small boys, made a sound calculated to inspire almost a wooden man. As the teams wended their way to the circus ground, drawing wagon after wagon, the character of those prancing fat steeds was commented on by every one. There never was a circus in this city which carries with it as fine a collection of horses as does the Cook & Whitby show. Their wagons and chariots have been newly painted, harness all new and brilliantly moiint- ed, the whole making a scene, when in parade, that would dazzle the eyes of any person. The drizzling rain in the early part of the day interfered with the work of rearing tents; etc., to some extent, but in an incredibly short time everything was in readiness for the grand street parade. Ity noon the elements were more favorable M .hau during the morning hours, and at 1!J o'clock the parade formed on North Main street and came south. The crowd which viewed the parade, and which immediately repaired to the show ground, was a surprise. The question was, "Where did they all come from'.'" But when you consider the standing which Cook a& Whitby have all over the country, the question answersit- self. The parade was one of the best und most enchanting to be seen in the country anywhere. One noticeable feature of the parade was the large number of elegant well-bred horses Cook & Whitby make a specialty of this feature, and the crowd was loud in their praise of the beauty and splendor of the horse display. Everything came oil' in first class shape, not only in the parade, but in the. show as well. The races were very exciting, and elicited loud applause. The ballooji ascension is always a drawing card with any show. The vast crowd was more than satisfied, and Cook & Whitby can always .draw a crowd in this city. l'ure Quill. Mr. ,1. W. Kanaga, the enterprising grocer, hearing Rev. Soinerville tall; of the fine quality of pure maple syrup they had in his old home in New York, became interested and ordered a barrel of it sent him through a brother of Mr. Somerville. In northern New York this syrup is brought into town by the farmers like our farmers bring in butter and eggs. This syrup is absolutely pure, and those of our readers who wish some maple syrup that is maple syrup, should call at Mr. Kuna ga's soon, as he only ordered one barrel. Shrlnn unuquet. A number of our Masons were in Newton yesterday, and remained over for the banquet given last night by the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. They report an elegant time, as all such occasions are, and a banquet that would grace any occasion of any character. They are enthusiastic over the treatment received at the hands of the Newton people. The following gentlemen remained over for the banquet last night: C. IS. and H. D. Wirislow, W. R. Underwood. Art and Walter Hoagland, Dr. Arter and Chas. A. Conkling. Kepubllcaii Club Will Meet. The Republican club as organized last summer under the rules of the state league, will meet at the court house next Friday evening at 7:30 p. in. for the purpose «if filling any vacancies there may be in the corps of officers, and such other business as may come before the club. The Republicans are awaking and propose to begin work. Everybody is invited to attend. J. W. JONES, Chairman. A. L. SroN.si .KH, Secretary. THE CASH GROCERS. 21 South Main. SUGAR. 20 lbs Granulated 81.00 21 lbs Light Urown 1.00 22 lbs New Orleans 1.00 COFFEE, Arbuckle 8 .20 Midland 20 Santos 20 Mocha and Java 33>d CANNED GOODS. 3 lb can Tomatoes 8 .10 3 lb can Pumpkin 10 lb can Corn 10 ! lb can String lleans 10 ! lb can Lima lleans. .03K •• lb can Succotash 08K 2 lb can Peas 08X 2 lb can lUaekbcrrics '10 2 lb can Raspberries 10 2 lb can Gooseberries 10 2 lb can Strawberries 10 .IS .20 .20 .20 .20 We have a handsome line of line Prices low and correct. IN OUR YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. See our 83.00 suits, worth 81.00 •1.00 " fl.fin s .8o " 7 .r>o ". ti.50 " 10.00 " 8.00 " 12.00 " IO.OO " ir.,oo " 12.00 " 18.00 3 lb can Peaches. 2 }ij lb can California Peaches... 2Ji lb can California Apricots..: 2JJ lb can California Green Gage 2lb can California Egg Plums i l A lb can California Pears 25 i\4 lb can California Quinces 20 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 25 1 lb can Mackerel: 10 1 lb can Salmon 1R 1 lb can Oysters 10 2 lb can Oysters 1"K SUNDRIES. 5 lbs Beans S .25 3 lbs Rice 25 0 lbs Oat Meal 25 5 lbs Bulk Starch 25 Sour Pickles, per gallon 25 Hams 11 Breakfast liacon , .11 Lard :. .10 THE Hutchinson: Music COMPANY. UKAI.KUS IS A Fine AI IIHICHI Composition, H. E. McMillin, music publisher of Cleveland, Ohio, has just sent out a very fine march for military bands, entitled "The Second Regiment, K. N. (}.," written by Mr. Chas. Steinberger, of this city. The composition is of a high grade, and will meet with general favor among the better bands. Mr. Steinberger has talent as a composer and arranger which should not be allowed to lie dormant. Pianos and Organs. Oenernl agents for southwestern Kansas for Chickering, Sterling, Emerson, Schubert Bush & G-ertz, PIANOS. Farrand & Votey —and— Chicago Cottage ORGANS. SlockHoltlei -M' Atuetlui;. There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Hutchinson and Southern Railroad company at the company's office in Hutchinson, Kaunas, Friday, May 13, 18US at 10 a. m, II. A. OiiBtHTv, President. CHAH. 11. DAVIS, Secretary. Aprill3, 1803. tf A Lively Kxpvrleuve. .lames Garvcy traveling passenger agent of the Wabash railroad, was in the city last night, stopping at the Santa Fe. In the course of a conversation bearing on experiences, adventures, etc., Mr. Garvey related the following exciting encounter with a tarantula, which was shipped with some fruits, and found in a fruit store in St. Louis. Said Mr. Garvey: "A friend and I droppod in to have a chat for a few moments iu a well known fruit stand iu St. Louis, and while the fruit vender was unpacking and arranging to display some fruits, lie suddenly uttered an exclammation of horror, and jumped back frightened half out of his wits, lie had unearthed a large tarantula, anil it was one of the most, savage kind, immediately showing signs of fight. My friend and I prepared for battle with the horrible thing, but the fruit vender warned us Too True. "The constant drop of water wears away the hardest stone; the constant gnaw of Towser masticates the tough est bone; the constant cooing lover carries off the blushing maid, and the constant advertiser is the one that gets the trade." Moral—Advertise in the Daily and Weekly Hutchinson NKWS. Klug'tt i;uugliterK. The King's Daughters will give a "zoological" social at the residence of Miss Florence Gregg, 218 Fifth avenue east, Friday evening, May 13th. Refreshments will be served. Come and see the animals. 2t FRUITS. FRUITS. Strawberries, Pine Apples, Oranges, Bananas, and all other choice fruits, at FURMAN'S. 33 North Muiu St. Kxourtlloii Itutea. May 15th to 17th the Santa Fo will sell tickets to Pittsburg, Kan., and return at one fare, limited for return until May 21st—the occasion 1 being the grand lodge meeting of the Knights of Pythias. 5-1' Tiiki.ii to the Anylum. Mr. Zimmerman took Ora It. Carlson to the asylum at Topuka to-day. His the same party who was recently brought from Sylvia and placed in the home at the poor farm. > O m to A Change The "Temple of Fame'' will bo given in the opera house, instead of the auditorium, at previously advertised. Ue- member the date, May 10. CATARRH CUBED, health and sweet bretttfi secured by Shllob's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by A.l«fc> Drug Co. ( boys' 'suits, Jerseys, 3-piece suits, etc. BOYS'SHIRT WAIST DEPARTMENT 500 dozen at ]5e each, worth 35 800 dozen, sateen, at 35c, worth 50 ™~KNEE PANTS FOR HOYS)! " 500 dozen at 10c pair, worth 20 •150 " 20c " 35 350 " 25c •' 45 250 " 35c " 50 Our 50c, 75c & 81 pants are well known Above are the best values we ever had for the money. We say thoy are worth more money—we know they are worth more—but we always give our trade the benefit. Remember we are the acknowledged Leaders of Low Prices in Clothing, Men's Furnishings and Hats. Remember our ttock is the largest clothing stock Hutchinson. We buy in such large quantities that we caii say truthfully, CLOTHING RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. $100 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 33,!i inches in circumference and 8 feet 5 inches in height. Come and get guess tickets. Candle will be lit July 4, 1802. LOW PRICES IN CLOTHING, MENS FURNISHINGS & HATS D.I. LIVERYMAN Fine rigs, stylish teams and the finest funeral car and white hearse i a the state. Write for terms and prices. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. o 30 n o» O im HI C 30 Z m o 0» X o m Are as flexible and dainty as the finest turn. Are the easiest walking shoes made, the cork acting as a cushion to the foot. Aro the most healthful shoes made, as cork is a non-conductor of heat and cold. Ladies we"v4 e *ltyiein need not fear cold, danvr'Si. *i° i\ walks, The co '#•« f tbrte an a pocket, which iB sewt> fiff ° Jitnte , seam, holding it firm 1 c 'e ,t >» «»<j: guaranteed not to- py'PtiMip. cd. ROGKAWAY AND LANDEAU FOR WEDDINGS AND CAltlNG. 101, 103 and 105 Sherman street. Telephone 37. J. EL. JP. PLATE, The Grocer and Baker, < Keeps constantly on hand a fine line of Teas, and a full line of Groceries. NO. 113 NORTH MAIN STREET, HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. L. G. DUPLER, 1* rrr .E JADII GI OF HUTCHINSON. 22 SOUTH MAIN, We sell D. M. Ferry & Co.'s celebrated bulk seeds. THE BEST IN THE WORLD. stunts for the Rail iROS. <7\ X SXfV M * Nw *L 0 :! 0 uWkB °wth8 0nANDTHOTn8,tho Plain VMU. th« "••TIM !<«», lo r pur wMOarfkl HUto hmmi^ " _A TMAT1BK Ijpll MH» ONLT." <Ri way oarnoit nuT rniTnliai THS MIC MUlOAk CO., BUFFALO, tu fc"
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