The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 26, 1923 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, June 26, 1923
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TUESDAY, JUNE 26,. 1923 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS* PAGE FIVE. Rings the door ^ bells of the Nation/ 60Li> jrfY D. J. Fair Lumber Co. Abby villa, Kansas Arlington Telephone Co., Arlington, Kansas . J. S. Trembley, Arlington, Kansas ; International Implement Co., Arlington, Kansas > Davison MStor Co., Uelprc, Kansas Gates & Stmmont, Uelprc, Kansas Centcrvlew Oarage Cuntervlcw Kansas D. M. Smlthf Cli a so, Kansas Th- **.. O. H*sth Lumber Co., Gl««.I«t r Kansas Dick Bros., KiiiliUWJ, •iilaii.v:-'.*. [ Hoffman Hardware Co., I mihiwood, Kansas | Steckle 4 Lanterman Klllnwaod, Kansas Garfield Auto Co,, Oarflold, Kansas Oormnn Valley Telephone Co., ^ Hudson, Kansas Hudson Hardware Co., Hudson, Kan sail Stelneke MotoK.Co., Hudson, K tin an a Donovan Electric, Hutchinson, K:'.neaa H. L. Ealee Service, Hutchinson, KIUIHRA The D. J. Fair, Lumber, ( Sturlfriff, Kansas 8mlth Auto Supply Co., \ St. .lohn. Kansas St. John Auto Co., j St. John, Kanaaa The Gray Hdwe. A Imp. Co., St. John, Kansas Welch & Pope Hardware Co., St. John, Kansas V Sylvia Hardware Co., .Sylvia. Kimaiis Raymer'B Service Station Sylvia. Kaunas Brewer's Garage Sylvia, Kaunas Miller a Greer, Sylvia, Kansas True D. Smith, Zenith, Kuiifia.M The D. J. Fair Lumber Co., Zenith, Kansas ' H. H. Abrahams, Iniiutn, Kansas Chas. Webbor Hdw. Co., NIckorson, Kansas Inman Hdw. Co., Imnan, ICIIIHHS W. A. Crary & Co., Canton, Kansas The Taylor A 8on» Lbr. po., Aldon, Kansas The D. J. Fair Lbr. Co., Baxman, Kansas .. NO DECISION ON CLUB HOUSE PLAN Other Civic Organizations to Be Asked For Opinion on Three Possibilities.- SeTeral plana for tho construction- of a clubhouse for tho comb(ned par] triotlc organisations of tho City were dlscussod last night at the meeting of tho Lj-sle ftishel PoBt of the Amori- oah iLeglon at tho Chamber of Commerce. , A. 15. Noonan, cluilrman ot the combined American legion and Spanish- American War Veterans building committee, reported thai the •comralttoo has three different 'plana of action. One plan waa for tho patriotic organizations to combine with the-, civic cliibp In the construction of a largo municipal clubhouse for tho use of all the cluba. Anothor plan was-for \he construction ot a pormanont clubhouse for tho patriotic organiza-llons alono at a cost of between $8,000 and $10,000. The last plan waa for the construction of -a bungalow style club- houso at a cost ot about $3;t)00. No definite action was taken last night but reproBentatlVjes aro to bo chosen to present the matter of a combined clubhouse to the other civic and psoriatic clubs ot the city.. A membership drive was started last night. All tho oxservlco men In the business district, who aro not members, are to bo eolteited for mem. bersblp- In tho Lyslo >Hishel (Post .with' In the next few weeks*. LOOKING BACKWARD Taken From the Files of Tho New* FORTY" YEARS AGO IN 1883. Hutchinson and Halfitead ball teams •work to pi ay a yumo^n fne fourth.. Tho first Wheat was cut in 'tho vicinity ot Arlington. Many -harvcmtlng machines wore bQ; ing bought. Barrett's circus yr&t snowing In several He no county towns. It was boliovod 'that tho itvorago yield ot wlWt in this vicinity 'would bo about 30 W stool a to tho acre. H. A. Tumor ot Ohio bought 800 acres of laud in Castloton township. TWENTY YEARS AGO IN 1903. DIbk Haus waa ^oro from Kansas City. Howard Myers mado a trip to-Kingman. J. M. W'yman mado a business trip to Wellington. Clydo Botkin, 'then living in Denver, was visiting horo. Miss R#o Graves of Troy township waa in town. The play "Cinderella" was given at Homo theatre. . TEN YEARS AGO IN 1913. The Now Eono Hotel was Just opened for business. Mohair suits for men, - $11.25. Miss Helon L&niborn was visiting Mrs. Clark Hereford at-Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Hosier woro expected back from their honeymoon. Tho ways -woro getting warmer and warmer. Betpre Service Station, Bctp<j£, Kansas Farmer* Co-op. Association Wlndom, Kansas Hodgson Imp. Co., Little It Ivor, Kansas Ford Sale* AY Service, Little River, Kansas , " Taylor el Sona Lbr. Co., Mitchell, Kansas Young Twenter Motor Co., Lybns, Kansas J. W. Berry, * Burr ton, Kansas H. Harris Lbr, Jko., Burrton, Kansas ' F. S. Hayden, SooUiwlck. Katmaa W. C. Hlnkle Hdw. Co., IlaJstaad. Kansas International Imp. Co., Arlington. Kansas H. H. Purdy & Co., ILnnKdon, Kansas The Potter Merc. Co., Ttiron, Kansas Wade Sprout, pruslon, Kansas Walter Pedlflo. Pratt, Kansas * ^ Q. S. Knox, N •• Byors, Kansas .w Putnam Bros., Trousdale, Kuqsaa E. L. Wellr, TTutchltwun, Kansas Houston Zimmerman Merc. Co., Hutchinson, Kansas Oraber Tire Co., Hutchinson, Kansas "* Hosklna & Young i Hutchinson. .Kansas \ Houston A Zimmerman, Hutchinson. Kansas Morris Hardware Co., Hutchinson, Kansas Ragtand'KlnQsle v Motor CO., Hutchinson, Kansas Brlttpn Motor Co.,. / Kinsley wKantms *• Earp MVtor Co., Kinsley, Kansas ' " Hargadlne A Sops, Kinsley, Kansas Young's Garage Kinsley, Kansas Zlmmet Garage & Machine Shop Klnsloy, Kansas Davison Motor Co., Lewis, Kansas Rouse Hardware & Imp. Co., Lewis. Kausas The Lewis Oarage, Lewis, Kansas E. E. Tobias Lyons, Kansas Metcaff Oarage, Lyons. Kansas Mllee Motor Co., Macksvillo, Kansas Lamb & Mendenhall Mackwvlllo, Kansas Londeen Bros., s Navarre, Kaunas James. Hurd, Kickcrnon, Kansas Buell Motor Co., Nicherson, Kiinsaa) Weber Hdw. Co.. Niclterson. Kansaa Jamea-Hah", NIokurHon, Kansas Segrlest Qarago, VarlrklB*-, l^nsns Gibson Farm Supply Co., Hadiuni, Kansas Thompson A Sons Qarago, Radium. Kansas 'Seward Auto Company, Soward, Kansas Farmers Product* <$. Supply-Co., Seward, Kansas DeSelmt Auto Supply, Btafford, Kansas A»er) Hardware Co., Slat for il, Kansas Herlng Motor Co.. Stafford, Kansas Liberty Oarage, Stafford, Kansas Luckmardt Brothers, Stafford, Kansas Stafford Hardware & Implement Co,, Stafford. Kansas The Stafford Auto Co., Stafford, Kansas The Orahsm Electric Shop, SterliiiK. Kansas Charles Daenier, Sterling, Kansas O. J. Fair Lumber Co., Abbyvljle, Kansas , Pretty Pralrfe MMor Co., / Pretty Prairie, Kansas / Oraber Motor Co., Pretty Prairie, Kansas A. D. Bay I Motor Co., Vrotly Fra-trle. Kansas Llndaa Lumber Co., Castloton, Kansas Qto. Sleerlat, Partridge, Kansas BUSINESS BRIEFS* W. B. King who haa been acting as secretary of tho Chamber of Commerce at -liberal has become a partner of IK H. "Mann in tho Dodgo flros. agency in that town. Barlo C. Smith has been made ttie,! now nianagor ot tho Guymon-l'titro Wholesale Grocery branch house , at Dodgo CKy. Tom Christy who has been with the firm itor two years has beon promotod to city salesman, ltoy, Couch of Hutchinson has gouo out to act as receiying clork and checker. Mr. Smith baa been "K 'lWi tli Guym-on- I'etro'finn at Hutchinson for 14 years. Z. M. Holcomb of Mncksvllla has purchased the S. J. Gray Jewelry Btock at St. John and taken possession. C. P. McDonald has' moved to 8a- tanta -where Uo is owner ot the Farm- era' Elevator. C. Long has leased tho elevator from tho EurmorB Union at Hudson and is moving his family from Wonto- s&uma. * IJOO J. Piller of Kingman has moved his automobile business to Great Bend where iho irill hnvo direot dealership with the JJodgo Bros. Leading Catholic Dead. Athens—Count PnganuMi,. 82. for years leader of the Catholics In Italy, and close to the Popes Loo and Pius X, is dead. W A The name of a dealer who says that any imitation is like Palmolive Soap. Not for prosecution, but to correct him— for the good of all concerned. Common soaps are colored, shaped and named to make folks think they get Palmolive virtues in them. But they do hot bring what you seek—what you buy Palmolive for. They are nothing like Palmolive. Stop and think. There are countless' soaps. But'PalmoJive has become the leading toilet soap of the world. It brings envied complexions. Then users tell others about it. Millions of beauty lovers' now employ it daily. All because of a palm and olive oil blend which our experts alone have perfected. Now some rriakers try to deceive you. They make soaps to look like Palmolive, with a name of some similar sound. Just because women prize Palmolive. They want the benefits it brings. So the way to sell you common soap is to make it seem Palmolive. If Palmolive is the soap you want, be careful that you get it. This is the soap that won world-wide fame by fostering fine complexions. This Is the quality soap—a,25-cent quality—which volume & produces-for 10 cents f so all folks may enjoy it. This is the,oil blend that does for your skin what every woman wants. If you ever find a better soap, get it. A soft, rosy skin is worth any price you pay.. But avoid deception. Don't buy an ordinary soap made to look or to sound like Palmolive. Tha£ cheats you of something you prize. Look at the name and wrapper. ^TRPALMOLIVE COMPANY ^*f,i In Answering Advertisements Please Mention The News Petey Dink Electric Fan For Sale!! By C. A. Voight •-ScN-K-Tftts nor AT IRE OFFICE VIlTU ELECTRIC TAK — "Nice AWO <OOL AMD EVEfiYTt -yH6 • V/OHOERFUL lUVeuKoM, "in — ALL. Kiv OUT— Six Mcj?e TXocrm—. 1^- 9

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