The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 2, 1923 · Page 14
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 14

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Monday, July 2, 1923
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PAGE FOURTEEN. 4 THt. HUTCHINSON NEWS. MUNDAY, JULY 2, 19Z3 New Sandal Pumps Late Styles in Cut Out Pumps With The New Box Heels—( White Reignskin Pumps QC White Kid Trimming yUiuU Beech Suede Pump fr"7 rft Brown Kid TriminR yl IU U Black Sntin Pumps rn Bl.ick Suede Trimming VI lull Many Other New Styles Teare & Etzler Shoe Store 19 North Main iBHiBEtanBinHBaBBHHnaHBBBHaBHaBEiiianHHaBHiaHB No Appointment Necessary When Your Bath Room Includes Shampoo Fixtures >>. shampoo when you wont it in your own home, where you take your own time nnd are assured of Comlort, Cleanliness and Sanitary SurroundinRS. Let us tell you at what reasonable price you may enjoy this convenience. Kitzmiller Plumbing Co. FRIZZELL SEES : NEED OF CHANGE Pawnee County Wheat Grower Say* Farmer Can't Stand Harvest Wages. • m K n a M E BBraeiHE3«BBBBBBBBBBBBBBai PY-TIME T~A L E 3 MORE TALES OF CUFFY BEAR BY^RTHUR SCOTT BAILEY ^CHAPTER XIII. Phone 281 417 No. Main. USED CARS 1919 Buick Touring 1919 Dodge Touring 1920 Dodge Touring 1920 Buick Roadster 1920 Ford 1-Ton Truck 1920 Ford Coupe 1920 Dodge Touring 1922 Dodge Touring 1921 Ford Coupe These cars have been thoroughly overhauled and refinished. Guaranteed to be in good mechanical condition. Will trade—terms if necessary. Arnold Auto Co. Phone 2707 First East "After 40 years ot fanning oxporl- enco In control K ILIIXK 'J , and 30 yfcars in securing labor for harvesting and threshing in Pawnee and surrounding counties, 1 have fully decided that tho hiring of single men for harvesting and thrashing only, and then permitting them to go to other states for tho remainder of the year, is n serious mistake, and not the proper plan for wheal growers to follow," declared K. B. Krlzell ot I.arncd, one of tho largest wheat growers In western Kansas. Keep Year Around Help. "If tho counties in central and western Kansas continue to grow the e-normous acreage of wheat which they have grown In tho past. It will bo necessary to divide the large farina, ereot comfortable homed, anil h,lro married mon witli their families by tho year; do more diversified farming, raise a greater variety of stock so as to furnish employment for the men during tho entire year; or elae lease the farms with improvements to tho married tenants and make each one of them responsible for the operation of his particular small farm. "The farmer wlih his wife and one or two children, and with four horse, j bMB and a binder, can harvest from 100 to 160 acres of wheat without any additional help. The. average fanner in I'awniw county has over 640 aires of land and 303 acres planted to wheat. The counties that plant from 275,000 to 300,000 acres each year require from 4,500 to 0,000 extra men. Labor Offers Real Problem. "With tho prices that arc- now being paid for farm labor, and with the labor organizations dictating the high wages .and short hours of work, it scorns almost impossible for us to get sufficient help to harvc-:.t and thresh the wheat in extensive wheat-growing counties. "With a government restriction on Immigration, the. Chinese and Japanese, laborers excluded from the United States, it will be more difficult each yoar to procure tho necessary labor at harvest time, so tho dividing of the large farms and the hiring of married mon by tho year, or leasing the land to married men and their families, is the only visible solution of tho labor problem on the farm," ho explained, Firecrackers! Clot, your firecrackers, torpedoes, skyrockets, cap pistols, punk and etc., at The Craft Shop. 414 North Main. 211. TCven in untouched soils and animals of Northern Arctic countries, haoteria lias boon found. "~ Mr. Besr Runs Off In Grest Haate. When Mr. Hear felt a sudden illness come over him, fhe had no idea what was tho matter Clinging to tho trunk of tho. beo-treo, Jio had oaten a great quantity of honey. And In Mrs. Bear's mind there was no doubt that that was tho cause of her husband's seizure. "Come down here at onco, Eph- rlttni," she said to Mr. Bear. "And don't touch that honey again," site added, as ho moved a i»w toward tho bees' storo onco more. Mr. Bear obeyed. He looked very mournful as ho set foot ujKm tho ground and faced his family. "Now lie down and keep still," Mrs. lleur advised him. "You ought to feci better In an hour or two. You have eaten too much Ihonoy." He sank down with a faint moan. "Please, Mother! Oct us some honey!" Cuffy and Stlkio begged. "I'm going to," said Mrs. Bear aa she turned to climb the tree. "Don't do that!' cried Mr. Bear, starting up hurriedly. "Dou 't go up there! You'll get stung." ".Lie down and bo quiet, E-phriam," Mrs. Bear hade him. "I'm not afraid I mean to give these children a taste of honey. And 1 Intend to have some myself." "1 ad vise you to leave tho honey alone," said Mr, Hoar, "-unless you want to make fhe wholo family 111." "W<? Basil not* eait as much as ^'ou did," she replied. And with that she began to climb the troo. •Meanwhile Mr. Bear lay flat upon his side, on the ground, watching her with one eye. "YouM tiotter come down before you fall," he cautioned hla 'wife. "You know It would hurt you terribly If you fell. You're so fat!" Now, if Mr. Bear had tried, ho couldn't have Bald anything to displease his wife moro than that. Of course he was only hoping to koetp her away from the honey. He wanted to oat tho rest of it himself, later. So he heaved n great sigh when he saw MrB. Bear closo her mouth grimly and work her way tip the tree. Ho knew, by tho look on her face, that there was no stopping' her now.. In a few minutes Mrs. Hoar had brought down all tho honey that she thought, tho children.,ought to oat. Mrs. Bear ^ave on« ra&r and h -au to slip down tha true. Then she 'went back for more, for herself. •9ho had climbed almost up to the hive, when she Iheard little Sllkle Bear whimper, nnci Cuffy Bear growl. Site glanced down. And "there was Mr. Bear, helping himself freely from the children's share of honey! •Mrs. Bear gave ono roar and began to slip down the tree. As for Mr. Bear, ho cast ono frightened look upwards. Then ho turned «nd plunged into tho tangle of tie forest. Copyright, 1023, by tho Metropolitan Newspaper Service, Now York. (Tomorrow: A trick, playo-w on Mr. Bear, helps to make a pleasant picnic.) WALTER STILES TO BE LARABEE GRAIN BUYER "Walter Stiles today became grain buyer for tho I^irabeo " Flour"" Mill Corp., in Hutchinson, taking the place of K. M. lOlkJn who resigned. Mr. Stiles only recently rejoined the abec buyer are being combined effective July 1. The offico of the elevator manager has been In Wichita until the first ot last month, shortly after Mr. Stllos' appointment, when It WHS movud back to Hutchinson. Many Combines in Pratt. Pratt—As compared with years gone by, the need for harveost hands in this couuty has been noticeably company as munagor ot the I reduced by the fact that this season company's chain of elevators and the offices of elevator manager and grain 150 combine -harvesters wero operated In Pratt county. WYOMING COWGIRLS GREET MRS. HARDING PALMER DENTAL CO. Popular Priced Dentist 28i N. Main Phone 2659 Ga* for Extraction Hutchinson Liberal R/vHTO AND BKrtVIC* RUSSELL H. Phone 2310 LJILLF.R, Mjjr. tQi N. EI M hitl'-111' .'.1 nnd ro.1.1 Ju:i.- rjml, 1523. Ki:.,l«t.. -.1 L'Sth. Wi. Resol Litloti. W> c" ri.s. n pctiMi'ii >ii11 *-• <1 by r^-i-lont tuiit'i'.-t t-f indie Ih.m i>:n.'-1ml! C-j) of I ho lerl f i i.nt iiur or ti MM linii iii't'ii 1- ifth KUvl WvM tit Ui- fity oT }[nti'l;iiin«'ii, Kni'UiB. fj.-ni (lti< Wiisl linti i>r Main ttlrrft t.j lh'- Kit-it Uli-' >>t Mi'liioo ,Sn..'*!t, ^uluriB HiKi h.-ihi ittH-ft r.T nawl tJi.-in.iica IW bl uUj-'ht In j:'l ;iil'', J i' -y lli'lieil U lul I 'ft- U 1111 ci -t:>\ with SG'dnlMt <1 ! lit 11 Hint with title- ft"ii I 'i'ii'Ti'U jiiutcf ant'. i>j.\.-t »lx f..'l-t \\h)c un !);»' N'O'JJi ;mrl ;-ii.*u IM i.f ill.? in i ."fd! j'.iviiiK tu Biilt'-r.s u 1th t lu't'i' Kicli vci !|.-:tl flliur 1<! Uk n.sptmlt f 1 Hc'l '.'U f"i.iv- ii,,'>, .imni-tii lin.-n . >UM l»«tMi oril'-ifii Mitcinl upim tini .l-,<uinal df Llif Pity 'if i hiW"h);i.'o>n, K:inr>a», whit-h rahl ji*-t Hi'-'fi lin-* l'«'vii a-tt^iiti (iy lh.; (\nunili<j.i '.tni 'r oi <\ r«-i-iH of tl:u ''ll y Hutch In son. Kaii: MX, I.I \>f tiiif fiti.-nt In lorm uiid In lh«j biKi»*li]r.:a »-f ii-.itil. tit uwnnrfl r.n r-iii-1 ivb'.'\ r. tli;'icribt:il ulruvt; nuw, tliet(-r'.n'i-, tiu It Hej«olYct\ by the M->:irtl or (\»rn- I hit- tiin.iiin. distafltxous to the comiuiny «.a thoro was no insurance. Ffre Works! Our stock uf flromukoiM, firoworks. torju'iltuvi etc. iu-o gotiiK ffwt (Jot your rtiiplily Karly at Tha (.'raft Sliop. -114 North Main. 2-lt Crtilile book ;i for trawlers in the flcai'rts of tho Soutliwoat am being pr.Tured by Uio U. 8. Geological Survoy. in- ! c«- with ll Hi-\ 'pliiilt III I H nl tin t-v s nf 11 1« i * i l KaOHUH, Ihut ivi- (U-fjii "n.o f<: pi uviMtifUtH ni ••i'hi-iu v. to wit: Ti Httc«t from Muln ritrt-i-t i„ Mini; }>U hf'Nffht ((.' fjrii'Ju, I 'u-t tr.i- i) KiMfveci Mtih .sirtiiihuil i -iii I) ; tin vif f'A't roniTetn nuiti'i' iiiui i fi't.t wi'.lo nii tlit: N'urth »nnl !-<>i ot tho prrfttnL pi.vlntf t-» «utt llirco In. h vi: fk:U fil,.:r b:l<-k, fllltul (-M four incli 1 'ijiici'i t.j b.i^t Api'i'oviiti J UIH ! ^Glh, 1U23. MWJ/riJK F. .1»>NK3, M.ty or. C- 10. LVMAN. W. mOWN, II. J, \ t ASK A HP. I.OKRN 1>. VE]!i;i'.SON. ('(.•in initio nurs, AIN^t: i:i> MtSTZ, City Ck-rk. (SEAh) 25- Tlie simplest way to end a corn is Bltie-j.'iy. Slops tiie p:un instantly, TJ JIMI tJie corn loosens and coirk-s <jut. Made in clear liquid nml in thin The action is the same. At your druggist Bluejay President Harding wasn't tho only ono to receive attention during his Jaunt through the wost. Cowboys called on him, but the cowgirls, not to be outdone, called on Mrs. Harding and presented iter with a huge bouquet They Invited her for a rldo, but ths train schedule and othor things prevented acceptance, to Mrs. Harding's great regret. Mrs. Harding posei with western cowffirl*. Ciotcd AU Day 4th Celebrate the 4th in a cool, comfortable Summer Suit Dress to fit the weather and you will be fit for the weather. Comfort, of course is desired by every man and comfort is only possible by the right kind of clothes. Dixie Weaoe, Tropical Worsted, Mohair,and Palm Beaches Special Value 22.50 Olhers $15 up This Store Will Close July ami August at 5:00 o'clock Except Saturday NUSSBAUM'S StarQCotfiierj) TEETHE Extracted Without Pain Doctor Crabb, of th« Union Dentists, U on expert extractor of difficult teeth. His work is painless, rapid and scientifically done with Conductive Anesthesis We extend to you tho courtesy of consultation without charge. B. W. Crabb, D. D. S. UNION DENTISTS 18J4 N. Main HUTCHINSON, KANSAS Open Evenlngi by Appointment Phone 1069 New Jitney Line. Wellington, July 2.—Mr. V. C. Anderson, wlio moved recently to Wljifleld, has started a. Jitnoy line between tho two citios, making two trl-pa each way a day. He leaves Winfleld at 7:30 Jn tho morning, Wellington at 11 In tibe morning and 5 In the afternoon on the return trips. He drives a 7-passenger car. Fourth of JuiyI Oet your supply of firecrackers, torpedoes and fireworks at the Craft Shop. 414 North Main. 2-lt. One Lone Doughboy. Washington: Ono lone doughboy still rumalus at the watch on the City of Purcell, Okla., 6% Paving bends, exempt from all federal income tax. Legal opinion Hon. G. A. Paul, Oklahoma City. Price $100 and accrued interest bo yield 6%. Harry Tidd Phone 36* Rhine. This one soldier was left behind to clean up some Investigations. ART flood Cor,t H. I. $200,000. '!.*:-iiii ;ton, July - — -The damage to tho ilw:-k l :(buid nillvo.ul K -.mmny f..».n tV rv« <'M floi.-r- i„ i ,'. -.1 (.:, kl- >'.-•!I Il.ii V.'i-iliui lc;!.:il .->t ;-..!i '-.ut *':!'.'0,- Urj, an .••;•.!£.eriulmhl'-ut ('..11. IT.iil. Al .'iut 1-1,2W) feet of track was v.-;.-!u:il out ami 1G1 ot bridge- w re de.truyed, IjcHides other damage to railr-'.d protierty. Mr, Pratt per- lionaliy look kodak pictures of many <-f the bridges lliat wero dd.inagod or <b.«jtr(».v'-il i'.mi at j-i «M. t.H of track that •Wt-ru .radicd t*ut. 'l'iia .'load was very MONtM \« rAw >m<yas.- MOMAM HftKDS (UOD HOM YE Wt CfcH HrVW 1

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