The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 27, 1923 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, June 27, 1923
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE Z7, V.-A THE MU^CtllNSUW WtWSi f Don't Take Chances With Your Baby Your baby cannot be healthy and happy unless he has the right kind of food. Don't take chances. 11 you cannot nurse your Baby, give him NESTLES FOOD'. Nestle* s is safe because it is made from tRe pure milk of healthy cows. It is easily digested because the heavy curds are broken up so that tney are soft and fleecy as in mother's milk. Baby cannot tell tlje difference. For over fifty years babies have been growing strong and' rosy on Nes/li's Milk Food. fREB 8AMPLEt Stfrn mo" mill ui thii er.upon ind we wilf ««nd you a tin , contained enough for twelve feedings." .Which l thould about *A reduction Seashore -mountains YotemHe-Big Trees. Thousands of miles of paired motor roads,. , Take overcoat with you. a California summer is cool You will sleep under a blan* ket nearly every night, Qfred Harvey meaU "aB (he w*y HatkmaiPwk Adfanan. Stetpets totter rim. PREPARE FOR FREIGHT PEAK Railroads Will Be in Better Shape For Wheat Rush, Due to Added Equipment. Ball Hues In Kansas are making strenuous efforts to meet the test of •the peak traffic In this state immediately following the -wheat harvest. New equipment under the currant year's contracts Is now being delivered on practically all lines and the [•'mobilization of box cars with a view to having 20,000 extras on hand In Kansas la under way. Large numbers of empties fill the sidings hure-and west of here at present and divislon'iretghi-agents" of all three of the roads here express the belief there will bo no repetition- of the 1922 car shortage, which was aa much a shortage of motive fewer aa anything. Big Santa Fe Expenditure. The W1I3 contracts let by the Santa Fe call for delivery of fifty-nine new Jocoeiolilves and '7,I'M) new freight ears which, together with eight now passenger ooacuos, represent an outlay of $21,000,000, before July 1. The -Hock Island railroad la direct- iitg especial attention to more motive power and will place In operation twenty mountain typo 'locomotives, reputed to bo the largest in the world. These huge super-powor machines are now being broken in on tho Rock Island lines west of Dalhart, Tex., In freight service, although tlioy later are also to be usod in the passenger service. The now mountain type locomotives are especially designed under direction of W. J. Tollerton, general superintendent of motive power of the Hock Island. "With ten- dor they are 90 feet long and weigh Bovonty -nlne and a half tons each. Order New Locomotives. The Hock Island also has ordorod sixty freight locomotives, making a total of eighty now locomotlYos this year. Thero are now being placed In eorvico daily.. Two thousand and fifty now freight cars are to bo placed In sorvico this year, u portion of them in time to help haul the new Kansas wheat crop. The type of these now carriers of treigfit Is apportioned aa follows: 500 box cars, 600 coal cars, BOO automobile cars, 260 -flat cars, 250 refrigerator cars, and 50 steel suburban coaches. Tho expenditure for now equipment this year Is ?6,022,327.60 tor new cars j}nd'$4,742,420 for new locomotives. Tjha Missouri Pacific railroad is spending this year $15,000,000 for new equipment, of which $6,000,0 00 will bo for one hundred new locomotives. Of this number forty-six will bo of the huge Mikado typo for freight service, and four will be of the still larger mountain typo. Half of the locomotives aro for delivery before November 1, and half aftor that date. of Iho day lasVManday .,:;MHS'Sp *ng- ler, Mrs. Stanford Kelly,-Mis* Francis Kelly and Mrs. Snider picked at Bruce Sledd*s; Miss Acsah Groves picked for Mr. Shaw; Mrs. Harry IiawkluB tor Grandpa Hawkins; Mrs. Louisa Werner and L. C. Froellclis for MrR. Frank Miller. Ed Davis of Alden.made a business trip to this* little burg 011 Thursday night. Mrs. Elmer Gibson had bocn 111 but Is better at this writing. Tho work dono on tho roads under tho supervision of Elmer Blbson Is certainly a help to the people living on route No. 2 . Fred Megser and Will Swain left on Monday to Ji»gln on a new Job" of carpentering west of Great Bend. Mrs. Mary Helmet and Bert Gibson and wife and 0. U. Vincents visited at L. C. Froelich's on Sunday afternoon. - » One never really feels nature's seasons in towu, but In the country one keepB In luue. During the past woek the days have been tho longest In all the calendar months; men and women, as well as work teams have become weary; everybody Is getting ready for harvest which Is going to bo later than usual this your; but In spite of all else let us keep our heart* light, our faces bright and our hands helpful and steady. "If you've had a kindness shown, pass It on; 'twas not meant for you alone, pass It.on; let it travel down thu years, lot It wipe another!*. tears, 'till In heaven tha deed appears, pass it on, pass It on!' Alp Fllwer Wrecked. Mineola, Y.^Harvoy C. Mumford's air flivver was wrecked In a test flight and the pilot of tho machine, declared .to bo smaller than the one brought to America by Barbot, was severely cut ncrosa tho face. Oregon Man Held, Portland, Ore.—Louts Hader of Gaston, Ore., Is held by the United States marshal on suspicion of being tho author of a letter which was said to have threatened the life of President Harding. H0SIETTEKS STOMACH BITTERS •with •wedding cake. Oft* O \ MlfUHLfttLlCR. ouw ca­ ff T JOSDPH MO \NOTHER BEAUTY — WEDS NOBLEMAN M.E. WAY, Agt Hutchinson, Kan*. Phona 25 I Pleasing Our^ nests- — Is the aim of every Hotel Bray employee. Within eaay reach of business and theatrical districts. Especially convenient for women J •hoppers. You'll enjoy the atmosphere and hospitality and tber>pleasant surroundings. . Absolutely-fireproof. Rates moderate. •&$!&B&Z 150 Rooms, mostly with Bath—$1?2 and up. Sample Rooms, $22? per day and up. ^ HOTEL BRAY 1114 BalUmora Avcaae, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. Lady Hcnnessy Eden. Lady'Henne'ssy Eden, formerly Miss Marlon Louise Prendorgast of Cincinnati, is the latest American beauty to step into the ranktt of British nobility via the wedding ring route. <S> * * <J> <8>.<J> <i> * -s> RAYMOND • * * €> <*• -3> <$> <3> <!><$• <s> -S> 't- * * -5> • * * Bert Gibson's wide-awake class of "Boosters" held ~ihelr semi-monthly j meeting at tho homo of Mrs. Frank Kelly on Friday .night. It was a masquerade party and the affair was one of unusual enjoyment to all present. The costumes were unique, one representing a mouse, one a wltuh, clown, cowboy, old lady, etc. Llgb.1 refreshments were served and the chatter and happy laughter were good to hear. In some way the following two paragraphs were mlBsed in the reporter's note book, last week. We apologise. ChiWreu's day, in connection- with the regular Sunday school, was observed at the M. E. church on Sunday morning. There was a goodly number present, an excellent program rendered, and a liberal offering given for -the cause of missions. The runaway team owned by Wilbur Groves was 3topped by Harry Hawkins who, quickly parklug his oar by the roadside, stopped, the frightened animals that were ranking a most rapid transit into town. . . . Mrs. Jane Gibson- and Hoy Gore speaLTuesday night at Bert Gibson's, and Frank and Ted Gore, from Langdon; were supper guests there on Saturday. Mr. Milton Arnold horu NIckorson has been banging paper for Mrs. Goo. GUI Jr. this past woek. Molvln Thompson, Newt Hawkins, Adolph Btoln and Nenl Stoln went to Claflln, Ok'a., to help in the harvest fields there. Mrs. Beunet. Misses Kuby and Renu Cottar, Mrs. Washhei-no and Mias Flossie Wanhborne from NIckorson visited friends in Raymond on Thursday. The cherry trees were loaded this year and cherry picking was the order SATURDAY BIG 1ST OF DRY GOODS REMNANTS HALF PRIC Woman's 75c Foothold Sandals. . . 49c Women's Sj>1.75 Gym Bloomers. ...... ..88c Boys' 39c Blouses .49c Boys'89c Shirts.......,., 49c Boys' $1.00 Khaki Shirts 69c Lot I.ace Insertion, yard 1c 22c Middy Emblems, each ,8c 25c Middy Emblems, each. .,. . 13c $1.25 Middy Emblems, each' 78c $2:60 Wool Batts, 2 lbs $1.75 All Hand Bags Half Price All Net Veilings. . Half Price 75c Chiffon Motor Veils, each 50c $1.50 Chiffon Motor Veils, each 89c $2 .98 Chiffon Motor Veils, each $1.98 All Dress Buttons -.. Half Price 45c Pound Linen Paper.,,...... 22c 30c Pound Linen Paper. ...14c 32c Yarn Ball. . . .15c 10c Dexter Knitting' Cotton, ball .. .7c 10c Milward's Needles.,*.... .v.. 7c J-inch Elastic . . .-„.•«*«...-««: . M .7c §-inch Elastic ..... — .8c $-inch' Elastic ........ 9c §-inch' Elastic . 1-inch Elastic . • l«A»*«isVLWisK.«n#> . m .10c <i»!K« 1 2C l^-inch Elastic .' 50c jmnal Silk, yard 68c L T ndersilk, yard 48c Shirting Madras, yard 38c Serpentine Crepe, yard. . . . 50c Curtain Net, yard.-- 50c Voile, yard 38c Marquesette, yard $1.25 Storm Serge, yard $1.00 Mohair, yard 75c Plaids, yard . .14c . .25c . .45c . 25c ..25c . .25c . 25c ..25c ...65c ...65c ...45c 75c Dotted Swiss, yard .45c 35c Galitia, yard 20c Clark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton 4c $1.00 Velveteen*, all-wanted shades, yard 69c Woman's $5.25 Sweater ,..$1.98 Woman's $5.00 Sweaters ., ,. .98c Woman's $5.50 Sweater $2.98 $6.00 Boston Bagffach .$3.98 Boys' knit combination Suit, value $4.98 ..$2.49 Boys' knit combination Suit, value $6.50 «.««-. ...-.$3.98 $42.00 Mink Choker..., ,$21.00 $39.75 Black Martin Choker.„.. .:. „. .$19.98 $59.75 Brown Fox Choker... ,.$32.75 We're Cutting Prices Till It Hurts BOSTON STORE

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