The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 2, 1923 · Page 7
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THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAliE SEVEN. Do You Sleep Well? these hot sweltering nights? Wo are showing electric fans, priced as low aa $7.60 for a guaranteed 8-Inch eleetrle fan ao that you need not suffer with the hent. Light and handy to move from room to room. 4 North Main Phone 421 EVERETT'S Meats 3 STORES Groceries Corner 8th and Plum Phone 816 I Corner 4th and Main Phone 410 I Cornor 840 East Fourth Phone 621 Closed Wednesday Because of What the Day Stands For,.Our 3 Stores Will be Closed all Day Wednesday, the 4th of July. P & G Soap Special This Week Only 22 Bars P & G Soap 1 C1 nr * 1 Bar Ivory Soap J * 1,uu Cabbage lb. .04 Cider Vinegar gal. 33c MELONS RECEIVE DELUXE SERVICE Rock Island Handling More than Quarter of Billion From California Valley. NEWS Ton may have had cantaloupes for •breakfast this morning. A great many people do those flays, now that cantaloupes are lit Benson, And this recalls a etory that Is 'being toW all along the Rook Island Lines from Tucumcarl lo Chicago, Hero it Is: | There Is being hauled this season over the 'Rock-Island from tho Im-i pertal Valley of California enough cantaloupes to provide a half melon at three breakfasts to every inhabitant of •the United States. In other words, this one railroad will handle this season a total of 332,640,00^ cantaloupes, most of which pa»3 through, the Chicago market: You «ould do all kinds ot stunts with that many canttalompos—build pyramids of greater size than old King; Tut ever saw; make a string of melons miles long, etc., etc. Do your own juggling, but keep in mind that those molons are the da luxe passengers of the freight business! Thoy receive as much attention an travelers on the Golden State Limited, who also come from California. Perhaps more, for hundreds of men are kept busy day and night tilling those nllrefrlger- atbr trains with tons and 'tons of Ice. (That story, you rume'iuber, has already been told of how the ice used in filling these cantaloupe trains would make a column higher than tho Wrlgley Building.) "But hero the cantaloupe trains come—three, tour, five, six a day, ting­ ing tho air across New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas.,. Missouri. low-to and Illinois'with tho odor of ripe fruit. A passenger on the Hock Island these di^'s 'nose' when no passes a cantaloupe train, Ho also knows immediately what he will order for breakfast when ho goes into the diner. secretary of elate. All throe ot thefi-e officiate will go to Chicago to sign the Imnds in order that 'they may save ttaie. It the bonds were aont here to be signed each official would have to e»ign each bond separately, while In Chicago they will hare available machines that -will enablo thvm to sign twenty-nine bonds at one Un-iy. Tho machines conHaln twenty-wine pens, eo arranged that when one signature is mado twenty-eight others are made at tho same time on twenty-eight additional bonds. LOOKING BACKWARD Vakon Prom the File* of The Nowa, FORTY YEARS AGO IN 1883. Troy township had lt» best wheat crop. There was another fine rain In the county . Wheat, DO cents at Arlington, 87 cents at Hutchinson, A Sunday school picnic was held at G-bonnley's grove. ' Many windmills wore being erected over the county. , Q. T. Hern was drawn on the September grand Jury. TWENTY YEARS AGO IN 1903. Mrs. T. Q. Armour and daughter- Phyllis wont to Cnslloton on a visit. Superintendent Ayer of tho Santa Fo was here from Dodge City. More than 100 teachers took the examination at tho close of the summer normal. Mrs. Joe S'tophonson entertained hor 50 Oolub. Miss Kate Hlbhen of Wichita was visiting Miss IiaLher St. John. > There wore S.OOG borrowers at U*e city library in June. BONUS CHECKS LIKELY LAST OF THIS MONTH TEN YEARS AGO IN 1913. Joe Farley was promoted to be •superintendent of maUs- at the post- otflca. A Kansas University club was organized In Hutchinson. Mrs. Hermann Kahlman entertained her bridge club at tho Country olub. The streets were kept clean with a street sweeper. Tho dry goods stores started their early 6 o'clock closing for tho summer months. Carl Nelson was quotod as saying there was "big money" in the poultry business. Topeka, July 2.—The possibility of It being the latter part of July before the Kansas soldier bonus board will .be able to begin mailing out checks was seen today when it was announced that atata officials who have to sign the $25,000,000 worth of bonus bonds probably will not go to Chicago to do this work before July 13. It had been expect that they would go this week. Tho bonds will Jiave to be signed by Gov. Jonathan M. Davis, N. A. Turner, state auditor, and (Frank J. Ryan, Storo Hours: Open 8:30 to 5 o'clock. Saturday.S:HO to (i:30 Sale of Seasonable Hats Continues $3.00 $7.50 Many dark straws in late spring; and early sumimir styles. Larpe and small shapes — Embroidered silks in poke shapes. This group includes hair braids, taffetas and milaiis in black, white and colors— Large variety of shapes. ^ _ ^ . All niid-suminer bats, including whit XllCG • Slr;n vs and fabrics are ihe materials, ,. band-work trimming. Children's hat: half price. in 1 hi.-, flow IT ilso in,iv lot. and ked Notice to Electors. Notice la hereby given that the City Clerk's office will be open at noon and at night till 10:00 o'clock each day up to and Including July Bth, 1923, (or the purpose of Registration. After the above dato the Registration Books will bo closed till after tho Special Bond Hlootlon to bo hold on the nth day ot July, 1923. 27-Bt ED MHTZ, City Clerk. Our 8upply of Flracrackersl Is going fast, dot your early at Tho Craft Shop. 414 North Main. Mt KANSAS GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY Comulative C* TH g^k 1^ Preferred »J * V^V-IV. PAYS another dividend TODAY If you owned only 10 shares of this stock you would get a' dividend today of $17.50. If you have some money saved up ,\vhy not make it earn MORE money, for you by investing in our Preferred Stock? Money invested in this stock earns over 7% a year. The stock is free from* ity, county and state taxes in Kansas and the dividends are exempt from the prcs- iict normal Federal Income Tax. Price $98-and dividend per share. If you like to buy things on the installment plan, we well sell you as many-as 25 sha res for $10 per share down and $10 per share a month. Clip and mail the coupon for 5 further information "about the stock and details of our Easy, Payment Plan. Next Dividend Date October 1 KANSAS GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY "At Your Service" Slock for sale at all our offices or thmuah anv emrtope. FREE BOOKLET COUPON Kansas Gnsand Klectric Company, General Offices, Wichita, Kansas. Please semi me illustrated booklet containing (1) More Information about Your Preferred .Stock (2) Details of Easy Payment Plan. INVESTIGATING THE BUTLER COUNTY FARM Make Effort to Find Why Inmates There Have Such Poor Attention, El Dorado, Kana. July 2.—Investigations Into alleged unsanitary- conditions, eaid to he existing at Oie Butler county -poor farm, uml rirei::nstunceH surrounding the death there of John Hayes, aged imnntp, have b^en Instituted by tho attorn-oy general's offlco. William Smith, assistant attorney general, has been Mont here !o take chargo of the Investigation upon request of County Attorney I(. T. Mc- Cliiggage. Many prominent Butlor county citizens have boon summoned before an inquisitorial body of county officers by Assistant Attorney General Smith, to testify as to their knowledge of alleged unsanitary conditions at the poor fann. Conditions Deplorable. Conditions surrounding tho death of Hayes are said to have btx>]i "deplorable." Much III feeling exists In the county toward the county commissioners, who, it in aliened, allowed tho poor farm to operate under alleged unbearable condilions. Several weeks axe, committees representing various elvic organi/.a- tlous of HI Dorado railed en tho county rcMnmlss loners and presented formal requests that action bo taken to Improve conditions at the poor fann. Although the eom.misnlone.T3 are sttld to have promised an Invesliga- •tion, nothing was done. Reports from Assistant Attorney General Smith, setting forth what action, is to lie taken on the vase l>y the slate, are expected to be mode public within a few days. Name Address 3> -v t> •*< w 'v f f v ;> •?> & •;' r v >;* RAYMOND. •.«> <S> •s> 3> •$> i- -J> '5> * *• >.•Raymond, Kans,: Mr. and Mrs. .Miller and daughter Mildred. Mrs. Tluul- deus Miller, Mlsa Mabel Miller, and Mr. and 'Mrs. Roy Miller and sen ot Clufiln, wont to Ellsworth, on Sunday to spend tho day -with Sirs. Mira Stiles, who 13 an aunt of Mrs. 1-Yauk Miller. Mrs. V. A. Estabrook returned homo on Monday. Estabrooks and Kim or Gibsons will work togot'ho.r in harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cilhson and family, Mrs. V. A. Estabrook and Alfred Kstabrook and Mrs. Jano Oib- son motored lo Hutchinson on AVod- nestiny. Paul Moore of Elllnwood is visiting at Tom O'Neills. Ho will leave for Sylvia the first of thu week to beghi on his nuw Job thoru. ' Newt Hawkins, Alfred Thompson, Adolph Sporn and his son returned from Capron, Okla., on Sunday. : MrB. Jano Gibson spent Wednesday with -Mrs. 15ar! ljakin of Nlckerson. Mrs. W. L. Shepard and four eliil- dren from Amarlllo, Tex., aro making an oxlonded visit at the home of Mia. W. B. Norris, who Is a sister to Mrs. Shepavd. Uluiin Gordon and Bart Miller bc:- gan cutting wheal on Monday. Prod and Melvlu Thoiupsou want to Ilutciiinr:on on Monday to get men for work in the harvest fteldH. Mr. Thanldous Miller has boon visiting with his son 'R'>y, at Oulllaon, ajid with his daughter, Mrs. Calwood, at Kinsley. Mrs. i-eonavd Uobinson ot I^yona visited at \,. C, I'Voeiielis on Saturday. Decause of the exeeileneo ot hor literary work, 'Airs. Robinson has ro- (.•i -nUy been admitted to tho Authors Club of Kansas, which is an 'honor not to lie llKhtly esteemed, Hert Clibson and 1,. ('.. Froolich built a nuw header box at tho boy lumber yard on Friday. There has been an interesting contest between the men and women of tho Willing Workers' Class of tho II. E. Sunday school as to which would oxcell in class attendance throughout this iiuartor. Tho c'.u,ig captain, Mrs. Lilly Groves will make the announcement on Sunday, and both, sides will learn as lo which one nuat put up T HE world has no place for the shirk. This is the age of workers; of men who are able to do their part in performing the world's work, earnestly, cdi- ciently, and with unbounded enthusiasm. The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) ia an organization of 27,000 workers — a shirt sleeved organization — front the top to the bottom. In this Company aristocracy is unknown. Instead there exists the true type of industrial democracy. The department head and the employee work in full sympathy and understanding, shoulder to shoulder, for the common good. The office hoy of today is the chief clerk of tomorrow; the district manager of today ia the general manager of tomorrow. On the Board of Directors of this Company is one man who started as a common laborer and truck driver; another who began as a mechanic's helper; two who started as office boys, and another who began as timekeeper — in fact, every man on the Board began in a comparatively humble capacity and earned his place by hard work and sheer ability. There are thousands of men and boys in the ranks of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana)—-encouraged and enthused by the inspiration of the "open road to the top" — who are fitting themselves for places on the Board of Directors. It is this spirit of enthusiastic earnestness, in,the mind and heart of every employee of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana), which enables this Company to render such superior service to the thirty million people of the Middle West. It is this superior service that has made the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) one of the great industrial organizations of the world. Standard Oil Company (if witt; no) 910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago ^ 3290 Ihu "eats". "It.'« a-going to be Bauer- kraut and wieners," said one of the men rwoently, if we have to treat". All rlcht, men, we like 'era, but we're Just Dutch enough to invite you to -bring your bib aprons, and make us some fluffy (IMP dumplings to go with 'am'." Close on Six Holiday*. Chanute- By Joint a«rrer>ment mer- 1 chants of Chanute will koop their | stores closed on stx holidays throughout '.lie year—d-locoratlon Day, XVurth of July, l,u,1x>r Day, Armistice Day, Thanksgiving Day and Chrlntmas. During July and August retail stores will close at 5 p. ta. STREET RAILWAY CO. ISSUES GUIDE FOLDER Flrecr«cker*l Cot your firecrackers, torpedoes, skyrockets, cap pistols, punk and etc., at Tho Craft Shop. Hi North Main. 2-lt. United 'Kingdom has 4iO «0,00<) M- cyclea, Germany baa 0,000,600 and the Netherlands J.,<XW,«W. The HutehInsor, street re .H-vvay pany ha» JIUJI Issued a wnall 1 Which, baa a lios/t of valuable lnf 1 Hon In it. There tea street KUI'I.I road time tables, Including tlm ; ear sehedu'.o and u director : names and locations, of bank.-:, pltals, 'hotels, schools, drug M.e .re depots. Tho foldora are bein« di.«rl over town and ore handy reference. < '.vi-.-r enii'l- . nil!- :Un-ei ••ivtii* .ind butud for Counted th« Car». Topefca—On a recent Sunday oSM- oial roproseiiUuivas ot th» \"1ct,>ry Highway Association, kept an all-day count of the number of curs passing; a given j?o(nt near kern. Of the «,513 oars counted, SM «arrl»d licensoa ot otier stales.

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