The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 29, 1923 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, June 29, 1923
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<^mefica's&orem SEE US NOW k ABOUT A WALLIS If you have a tractor to trade we will make you an offer in exchange for a WALLIS We can handle sales on cash or time basis Hutchinson Foundry & Machine Works HUTCHINSON, KANSAS TO DETERMINE WHAT IS A "HORSE POWER" Iowa State Fair is to Work Out This Problem for all Future Time. cashier of the ;Bonton State Bank, says wheat around Benton Is showing up fine. Much of It has boon cut, and the last of the -weak will BOO tho Job about finished. OaU also are turning out better Wmn had been expected. -Wheat 1n the western part o£ the country Is Gjid to bo as gooil aa any In this section of the state. Only a small ji.urt of It was damaged by the recent high water. Walter H. Underwood filed a plat for Orchard Park, fifth addition. A vast number of peoplo were buying railroad tickets to Colorado. Charles Smith, just south c.t South Hutchinson, 'had wheat that avoraged 25 bushels to the acre. Dos Moines, June 29.—Owners and > v ttscrs of grade and pure bred horses will hare an opportunity <it this year's Iowa State Fair to detrmlno how muoh a team eifii pull throusn. a series of scientific teats to be conducted under controlled conditions. The Horse A3-, soclatlon or America, with hoadnuari tera at GliioaKO, will cooperate in the tests. A specially constructed wagon has 'been designed for the teats by the on-! glneering department of Iowa State oolloge. By moans of pears and a by- 1 draulic pump, driven # froin the wlieels, - It will lie possible to put on any pre- 1 determined load and maintain uniform ! load resistance from tile test wagon,! whether it travels on a level or tip or -down MM. The teams probably will bo required to pull a six'horsepower load to "enter, the (bad to bo increased by two horsepowor on each successive trial until the maximum is reached. Whipping or shouting will disqualify an ontry; nil horses will be given a veterinary examination, and representatives of humane agenclos will ho . present to forestall any charge of abuse. "Horsepower has been a standard of power measurement for centuries, but little research work on the pulling powors. of horses and mules has boon ' carried on scientifically, because or the difficulty in providing uniform tractive resistance," said the management. "This we expect to determine." LOOKING BACKWARD Taken Fi urn the Files of The News. - - WHEAT 4N WESTERN BUTLER IS GOOD •El Dora-do, Juno 29.—Clyde McGrcw, FORTY YEARS AGO IN 1883. Adam Dickey, druggist, s had his show window decorated • for the Fourth of July. S. W. Campbell, of the Reno County State bank, wont to St. Jo:-Hjph, Mo. Dr. ,1. S. May, of Jordan Springs, attended an Alliance meeting here-. Ned Hlcksecker, publisher of tlio Klngmnu County Citizen, was here. Glarenco Enupey was back from Medlclno Lodge to spend the summer herey Oeorgo 0. TJpdegraff made Taylor Whitelaw a preseut o£ a $100 gold watch. MEXICO COMPETES WITH EUROPE FOR TOURISTS -Mexico will compete with Europe for the tourist trade of the United States ths summer. Thousads of pamphlets are being sent to prospective tourists calling attention to the attractions In Mexico and urging the recipients to spend a vacation in that country. Hotels are enlarging their quarters to take care of the expected guests and the National Railway Linos aro preparing special rates and special accommodations for tho travelers.- In addition to the tourists, Mexico City Is planning to entertain over a thousand' school teachers from the United Statos, who will attend the summer school ait the. National University in Mexico City. TWENTY YEARS AGO IN 1903; The News had a- letter rrom Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Bagan. who were In tho Alpine county, Switzerland, J. C. -Newman went to Newton, on business. _^ Dr. Leon McGlasson was here from llurrton. Clyde Rildy wont to Kinsley^ Howard Sawyer, of Haven, spent Sunday here. The thermometer stood at 9G In tho shade. TEN YEARS AGO IN 1913. The Soda Ash ball team from Detroit was hero for a game. Some of the young folks had a picnic at Glendalo park. Chapter D, P. E. O., had Its annlal picnic at Stevens'. "The 13?rypt of the Americas" is the keynote of the advertising matter being sent to the prospective tourists. The National Railway Lines are calling attention to tho fact that archaeologists are hailing the-Moxicau ruins as oven greater than those in Egypt and that important discoveries are expected that will show an Interesting light on the early history of the western hemisphere. Advertised List. Hutchinson, Kansas, Juno 29, 1923. Foreign Letters—Sr. Salome Can- dlllo, Sr. Valentin Cedillo, Master Young Lloyd, Bert M. Squires. W. L. Terry. When calling for any of the above mentioned letters, please say, "Advertised." T. G-. ARMOUR, P. M. Notice to Electors. Notice la hereby given that the City Clerk's offico will bo opon at noon anil at night till 10:00 o'clock each day up to and Including July 6th, 1923, for tho purpose of Registration. Aftor the above dato the Registration Books will be closed till after tha Special Boud Election to he held on the 17th day of July, 1923. 27-5t ED METZ, City Clerk. Full Strength Preserved * a*TT^« in Tin "Grandmother and grandfather," ^ cried the twins, "you should go take • swim! It's bully fun, though the wator Is cold." "How many times have I told you children not to say bully?" corrected their mother. "I know, but why not? It la such a dandy word to use." "Don't say dandy either! I do not wish you to"use' slang. And all the •words you children seam to use rale- -Jy belong to that •class." -"Oh, cheese it, mother!" spoke up on* of the twins. "All i£he..pther fellows use dt." "Wo can't go around like little mut- tonheadB, saying, 'The water was very cold, dear grandmother, and you better not goJn,'" said ,the other twin. But ho got no farther,' for Billy lowered his head 'to give the youngster : a butt. Such Impertinence was more than he could stand. The twins saw him, however, and skipped away as tast as their lege could carry them for one of Grandfather Bully's butts was a thing long to he remembered by the eoro spot In one's side. • "Well Hilly and Daisy, I hava a .great surprise for you," said Billy. "Mother and I aro going to leave the farm tomorrow for a" long trip. Wo will probably bo gone for a year or more." "Oh," Billy, not so long as thS," gasped.Nannie. "VCB, I think quite as long as that, and 'probably-longer, for Jt takes a long time to go on toot to California and. back," "But why go so tar? You didn't mention any julace in particular when you spoke of, a long Journey and I thought you meant a trip Just around here or up to St. Paul" replied his wife Nannie. "What would I want to go oh a trip around hero for? I should like to know. There Is nothing new to see. I can shut my oyoa and see everything there is to see about here. In my imagination. What I w^nt Vhon I take a trip la to see some now things." "But I am too old to go so far," remonstrated Nannie. "There I told you you were letting yourself grow old, poking around the farm year after year and never seeing anything but the same old houses and trees and fields,'and, hills. No, no, toy dearl* T HE full strength of Baker-ized Barrington 11 ii /-» rr _ C_„A|„ J ;„ — nau VAIIICC is j/cniviij pr»ui£u »n >uS airtight tin. Careful sealing keeps all the mellow flavor and freshness in this coffee until the very last spoonful is used. The original Baker process of roasting and cutting assures you of fine, complete granulation. These are reasons why Baker-ized Barrington Hall makes you more cups of velvety, smooth coffee, abounding in fragrance with a flavor all its own. Your family will like it. Packed in one, two, three and five pound cans; NOTE: — You can also'gat IhU tame caffea " in INSTANT form. Ate vour grocer /or Sotuble Barrington Hall Coffee. A medium Jar contains the drinkable- part of a pound of Baker-toted Barringrou IIalt. Barriivgtoiv'flall iheBaker-i 5 edO>lf^ The High Grade Gasoline Is Made to It is made to specifications which insure the motorist a high - grade gasoline at all times wherever he may buy it. It is made to produce power and it delivers that power to the rear wheels in a clean, steady flow, which sends |the car over the road with a hum that satisfies, i • •. You start instantly; you get away in the lead; you pick up smoothly; you pull through the heaviest going; you gain sizzling speed if you want it. No Guess Work in RED CROWN It is made to fit the modern internal combustion engine and as such it has no superior. It causes your motor to purr along at a few miles an hour or a mile a minute, as you please. There is power a plenty under your right foot with Red Crown in your tank. Buy Red Crown At the following Standard Oil Service Stations: Main and Carpenter Sta. Sixth and Main Sts. - Sherman and Poplar Sta. N. E. Corner First and Adams Sts. Fifth and Monroe Sts. S. E. Corner Fourth and Poplar Sts. And the following Filling Stations and Garages: Ryan A Najh, Oppotlte'BUonta Hotel Sealey S orvtctt StntloD) 15 Second ^f /tn \t Brower & Buck, South Hutchliuon, Kan, Cody Transfer & Storage Company J. H. Showalter, Hardware, Darlow, Kan. W. M. Wood, Arlington, Kan. Joe Trarabley, Arlington, Kan. t? Unglei & Mitchell, Arlington, Kan. Threaher & Acord, Arlington, Kan. Langdon Hardwcre Co., Langdon, Kaa. Ceo. Soguiit, Partridge, Kan. R&ymor Service Station, Sylvia, Kaa* Ivan Hill, Plevna, Kan. John DonnU, Plevna, Kan. Wm, Greenwood, Huntivlllo, Kan. C* E. Miller, Peace Creek, Kan. Wm. CeUbrecht, Buhler, Kan. H. J, Rickenbrnde, Modora, Kan. Jamei Hair, Nlckenon, Kan. Jamoa Hurd, Nlckenon, Kan. Standard Oil Company Hutchinson, Kansas (Indiana) 32611 lOSIARIIclEl

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