The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 27, 1923 · Page 16
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 16

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, June 27, 1923
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PAGE SIXTEEN. THb. HUTCHINSON NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNK 2/, V/za New Satin Pumps Black Skinner Satin pumps in cut, u ^ «^- out ** r *P»- Satin 1- strap frC QC ^ ^MB^^ B » b y Louis Hcd * l v3«wJ ^"•»* r Satin 1 -strap Box heels gQ Satin 1 -strap Suede Trimmingr Q(j Satin 1 -strap low heel if|^ Qfj SPECIAL BARGAIN TABLE Purnps in low and medium heel in patent-kid and 00 QC satin at yui JU Teare & Etzler Shoe Store 19 North Main TALE S.\ .E P Y - T I ME MORE TALES OF CUFFY BEAR ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY , CHAPTER IX. But I expect to bo In frightful pain later, If I can't got free." Mrs. Bear now sat down upon tho ground and gazed «t th« great fallen tree. ' "Aren't you going to help me?" Mr. Bear whined: ~ "I'm thinking," she repllod. "There's Buy With Confidence; Money Back if Anything Wrong Help Comes at Last. "There he is 1 There's Pa!" Cuffy Bear told his mother, after he hod led hor off the trail to the spot where his father was a captive. Mr. Bear gave a great woof as Mrs. near and Cutty and hla sister SUkl* hurried up to him. lie still sat a -Btraddle of the fallen tree, exactly as Cliffy had left him. "1 thought you'd never come," said Mr. Bear with a loud groan. "Wo ran all tho way," Mrs. Boor declnrod. "As soon us Cuffy told me you were In trouble I changed my apron and started. . . Where's tho trap, Ephralm?" aho inquired. "Cuffy Baid your lett hind-foot was caught In a trap. But I don't see any trap." "It's Inside this old hollow tree," said Mr. Bear. "Inside the tree,!" Mrs. Bear exclaimed. "What a queer place to set a trap!" "Yost" Mr, Bear replied... "I agree with you." "Somebody must have learned about your' habit of walking on fallen trees," Mis. Hour went on. "I knew that trick would gut you into trouble sooner or later." i something nueor about thin trap. How "I don't agree with you at all," Mr., did anybody ever get It Inside tho Bear snapped. "But I didn't send for you to hear you talk. I'd like to know what you intend to do." "'First," said Mrs. Bear, "I want to hear exactly how this accident happened." "Very well!" Mr. Bear answered In u somewhat surly tone.. "I was walking on tills old fallen tree. And all trer. "1 don't know; and I don't care," Mr. Bear growled. While they wore talking, young Cuffy had been nosing along the fallen tree. Ho was hidden, now, behind tho uprooted stump. And suddenly ho cried, "Hero's a hole!" "Let me see it!" said his mother. at onco 1 placed my lert hind-foot on She sprang up and poined him a weak spot. Before I knew what, "Ha!" she exclaimed as she sniffed had happened my foot broke through! at the nolo. "There's' a coon scent and sank out of sight. And I felt a! hore—and a fresh one, too." She sudden pain. Something sharp ha<l | peered into the darkness. BauRiBaiBiiiaBBBaasiaiBiiaiiaiiiliHBBEiBBBB a WHY SHOP AROUND FOR BATHROOM FIXTURES ? Your Sanitary Contractor's Shop is the Logical place-to go. GOOD PLUMBING IS THE LEAST EXPENSIVE of the many things devised by man to add to the comforts, increase and maintain the health of himself nnd family. Figures will prove that everytime. Next time you need anything new for your bath room or any repair work done, come here. Kitzmiller Plumbing Co. Phone 281 - 417 No. Main. gBHEBSSfJEHBKBBBaaBHHiaiSBEamKaniHBBaEHrSCMa closed upon my foot." "It certainly sounds like a trap," Mrs. Bear murmured. "It felt Hko one,'' Mr. Bear moaned. "There's a coon Inside this tree!" Mrs. Bear roared with her next breath. Copyright 1923 Metropolitan Nowa"Are you in pain now?" she asked ; paper Service, New York him. (Tomorrow: As Usual, Mrs. Bear He shook his bend. Finds a Way to Make Her Husband "No! I think my foot must be numb. 1 Mind.) GEORGE GANO TURNS BEAUTY SPOT TO CITY Pretty Little Park in Center of First Avenue Completed— Now Part of System. United StatesTires a re Good Tires -and "USCO j^con firms it! ^^^^^^^ •. Y OUR enthusiasm over "USCO" perform* ancc won't surprise the motorist who knows the fabric tire field. Every 30 x 3J-3 tire user recognizes "USCO" as a value to be respected and to be investigated. The users of "USCO," know it as a money 's worth that came before tho public as a leader and that has maintained its leadership. "USCO" is made by the eanic people who make Royal Cords. The parking down tho center of tho second bo^k on First avenue oast which was planted aad planned through the generosity of Goorgo E. Cano while mayor of Hutchinson, wa3 formally turned, over to the city yesterday. At the time of the change in administration, Mr. fiano had requested that he be allowed a tow more woeks in which to re-set shrubbery which hud been killed out. "I feel that the city of Hutchinson should give Mr. Onno groat credit," said Major W. L. Brown, park commis'' «ioner in speaking of the turning over of the park to tho city. "To him entirely is due the credit for the work of planning, having planted and caring for tho finest beauty spotin the state of Kansas." Mr. Brown in speaking to 'tiio commission that tho city got the park into its system, recommended that special attention be paid by providing a man <lo make this park his work part o£ tho time to keep it in the condition in which it was received. This waa voted. the first "promenade concert" at the opera house. A. A. Kiraer of Chicago bought 600 acres of land near Castlebon. A. 11. Moffott. agent of the Sauta Fe railroad, w;u soon to leavo Hutcthiii- son to take another position. There wero sixteen regular daily trains on tho Santa Fe. Dr. J. S. May of Langdon. expected Ills wheat to yield 40 bus .hel3 to the acre. TWENTY YEARS AGO IN 1903. The Presbyterians went to Medora by special train iio a picnic. Tho Arkansas river was bank full. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Daggett were preparing to move to Sallna. Miss Alice Heberllg ami Mr. Fred Henney had just been married. Miss Anna Nay of Kiowa and Mr. Clayton Bloom wero just married. Eugene Meyer wao attending Armour institute in Chicago. W Where to buy USJlns Mubyville—Abbyvllle More. Co. Duhter—D. A. Martina. Hutchinson—H ar icy • Davidson Cycle Co. HulcMnson—Hnekard Motor Co, Hutchlnunn—Mervlne Gar a aw Hutchinson—Mld-Stnto Tire Co. Nlckorson—Halr Qarags. Partrlde»— W. Sloprtat PrtrtrldQ«—-C. O. Hamilton Pretty prairie— Tho T. A. B, (Station South Hutchinson—Lone Star Auto Supply Hutchinson-—Noi th Main • Oiiraflo Sylvia—fiylvta Hdwo. co. LOOKING BACKWARD Taken From the Files ol Tho New*. FORTY YEARS AGO IN 1883. HutcMusoa had three flour mills. About fifty couples were present at > Copyright KM Hart Gduffnu 8c Vus _ TEN YEARS AGO IN 1913. The new oity rtrreoiory contained 9.C30 names, indicating a population of 20,090. Miss Blva Parrott entertained her BOO club. There was "much sentiment" for a public park. The retail merchanto talked like they would like to havo a picnic. • The traffic bureau "of the Commercial club was organized with C. N. Soutney, president, and O. F. Bateman, secretary. The Anthony &' Northern railroad was being extended north from Iuka. HEADQUARTERS . -for- Summer Comfort Clothes Both Cool and Stylish Plenty of summer clothes are cool; but you'll get good looks and per-' manent style as well as comfort;—for these are the finest cool fabrics, carefully styled and tailored up to the standard. Tropical Worsted, Dixie Weaoes, Silk Mohair, and Palm Beaches— SPECIAL VALUES 22 .50 Coo! Straw Hats $2.50 Up Others $15 and up NUSSBAUM Stat* (Metfuers/ Battling 1 Suits Big Stock $1.50 Up. * Seized More Liquor. New York—The French liner Paris and the White Star liner Cedric. third and fourth vessels to defy the American dry laws lost thoir excess beer, wines and liquors when customs officers seized ail but those required medicinally. NEWS "My near Nannie," said Billy WMs- kera to his little wife one line morning In October when the trees were ablaze with red and yellow and tho pumpkins lay ripe in the fields, "this lovely weather niakos one glad to be alive. The country Is so beautiful in its fall dress, and the little fleecy white clouds floating: on the deep blue of the sky maite such a pretty picture.^. "Speaking of pictures makes me think of the wonderful pictures I have seen la the galleries when on my travels. And it also reminds mo, my dear, that you have-not had a trip for a long while, but havo atayod right hore on.tjils old fann, seeing and heaving nothing of what is going on out in tho world, until it has begun to mako you feel old. Nothing like a little excitement and obstacles to ovorcomo to make the blood ' ma through ono'H voiius quicker and to looseii up the muscles. Consequently I say we take a trip. I -have ulready been at home quite a long time for me. In tact, ever slnco I got back from Panama." "Oh, It would bo lovoly, Billy, to go on a trip with you onco more, for I always enjoy myself so muoli when going around seeing the sights with you. Only, of course, you do taks such' ohances now and' then of getting hurt or into sorapes, that It makes my heart stop beating. Still 1 am willing to being scared half to death Ju»t to go one* more ou a trip v.ith yon." "V«ry well, than, It is settled that we go." "When had you thouelit ol atart- ia«f: •• "Hadn't given it a thought until this minute. But say we go tomorrow?" "Impossible, Billy! I could cot get ready so soon I" "Just like a woman!" said Billy. "Ifpive to go to so much fuss before starting anywhere that they are all Make your skin a business asset ~—' Get rid of those blotches and bUcfc* heads! That skin trouble maybe more than a source of suffering and embarrassment—it may be holding you out oi a. better job for which a good appearance is required. Why ^aka a chance" when Resinol Ointment heals skin eruptions so easily, Reslnol Sc »p and Rcilnol Sharing Stick CM* imin the «*m« toothing propertta*and mio UM 4 t »y diftcriraifitting men who like thelf fenav* out, elenntlna lather sod wIioleMiM Ratine! iraaranca. At all drugtUU. "Rulnel totiiB bit bttprwHng tidnt" Resinol TEETIHH tired otit bjr ths time they got ready and wish, they wero not golngi And here you aro with no trunks to pack, and still you can't »t»rt at a minute's notice. Now tell me what ia the world you really have to do to get ready with no clobos to make, no hats to buy and no trunks to pack." 1 (Tomorrow you will eoe what Nan- ulo said and how ab^ dftoided th» aueatloa.) mmm "MAKE 'E M 3 C BATCH" GST MORI EOOS OTTO WEISS FEED STORE BIN MYBM, Prop. 417 South Main Phon* 14»1 Extracted Without Pain Doctor Crabb, of the Union Dentists, is an expert extractor of difficult teeth. His work is painless, rapid and scientifically done with ~" 9 Conductive Anesthesis We extend to you the courtesy of consultation without charge. W. Crabb, D. D. S. UNION DENTISTS 18ft N. Mail. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS Op«n Evenings by Appointment Phone 10St PARTS ANB aaajvics oSPfTAL JtUSMU. M> KILLER. Mar. PhMttipiS W N, Ila aBS==smmmmmmmm^mmmmmss=ssamm Gold Hill, highest potnt along »• Fftnama Canal,* MgitA ' PALMER DENTAL CO. Popular Priced Dentist 28} N. Main Phone 2658 CM for HatcUsMM New Fords For Hire Drive It Yourself Livery AU New Equipment Phone 125S 11 South Walnut. 131 I Guttciira Soap Will Help You Clear Your Skin •s—

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