E.F. Burchfiel Fair board

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E.F. Burchfiel Fair board - ipurlty Is found In Barton county beets....
ipurlty Is found In Barton county beets. Doubtless the results will show- a sufficient 1 - percentage to warrant the building of a sugar factory during the coming year and this settled satisfactorily, the association will begin plans for Us erection. FAIR ASSOCIATION MEETING. •'debts- thirteen hundred dollars the past year and now owes only fourteen hundred dollars and owns real estate and buildings'worth twelve or fourteen thousand. Anthony Fair Reduces Its Debt With Profits of Last Year Anthony. Dec. 38.—-The annual meeting of the Anthony Fair Association was held In the court room, on ''West-Main' street, and was attended by Die largest crowd of stockholders ever out to such a meeting, forty being being present. • :- ' There was Ihe utmost, harmony shown, the action of 1 the officers and directors for the 'past year being endorsed, the old officers. Henry Krlder, president, P. C. Firestone, vice president, I-.. 0. Jennings, secretary anil H. U Irwln, treasurer, were unanimously re-elected, with but. one or two exceptions. The new board consisted of Hanry Krlder, P. C. Firestone, 15. V. Burchfiel, O, A\V Hfllbower H, I,. Irwin, J A. Lydick, H: E. Whitney, C. H. Hayter, D. F. Herst, J, A. Miller and K. Fox. , , • A discussion of dates developed the opinion thai it would he difficult If not impossible to get moro satisfactory dates than the association now has at the head of the circuit and the secretary will insist on, these dates-at the meeting of the association In February. The rates of admission will be the same as Just year except that In addition to the special season tickers* for adults at one dollar each there will be u special season ticket for children at fifty cents for the four days. The Fnir. association reduced its NEARING COMPLETION. Great Bend's New High School Wil Hole* Classes Next Week. Great Bend, Dec. 18,—Work on Great Bend's splendid new high school Is rapidly coming to an end and the building throughout will be ready for occupancy by the first of the new your. Next Monday Prof. Sellers' class and this commercial class which : have been occupying rooms over the Moore bakery, will move Into the new buildings occupy ing the northwest and southeast rooms on the top lloor, these rooms having been finished and are ready for occupancy. As soon as the other rooms are ready classes will be nioy ed Into them, until all have been snugly housed in the new building aud by January 1, 1908, the old school building will be a thing of the past. The last room to be occupied will be the assembly room and when this )s transferred the work of removal will have been completed. LEFT THE "SHIN" PLASTER. Man W.tio Lacked 50 Cents Had Civil War Scrip. Salimi, IJoc. 18,—Jt Is not. often that a : .person receives money as security for the payment of money, yet this Is the experience which Ihe county treasurer had yesterday morning. i,,-H, Glenn came in to 'settle his taxes for tha year, but found thnt they were higher than last year and morn than he expected. As a result he discovered that tho cash he Jiail with him w«s Jlfty cents short of tha

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  1. The Hutchinson News,
  2. 18 Dec 1907, Wed,
  3. Page 9

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