The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 3, 1923 · Page 14
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 14

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, July 3, 1923
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PAGE FOURTEEN. TTHfc. nincniivson K n n 3, Child EPY-TIME TALES MORE TALES OF CUFFY BEAR BY A ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY , MOTII PR :- Fletcher 's Gisloria is especially prepared lo rc- licit- Infants in arms and Children all ages of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhea; allaying Fevcrishness nri^in;,' therefrom, and, by regulating' the Stomach and Bowels, Bill- the assimilation of Food; giving natural sleep. avoid initiations, always !<»nk for the signature of "'hiif'lv } InrMrU'cg—Nn Opiate. Physicians everywhere recommend it CHAPTER XIV. The Feast In the Woods. Mrs. Bear dirt not follow Mr. Bear, when ho ran off into the forest. In- Btead, Bho stayed beside tho b«.otreo wlLh Ouffy and St 1 k i o. A nd thorn •were many Rqncalu of delight UB they ate tho fuvpot, dripping honey that Mrs. Boar brought down fn»n tho hive in tho tree. "Will Futber run far?" Silklo asked her mothor almost tearfully. "Will ho bo itblo to find litway homo alone?" '*N"cvt >r fear!" said Mrs. Bear lightly, ns she Ucked honey from her pawa. "From certain sounds I (hear now and then, I'm mire your father stopped aa fioon ns lie was out of night.' If I'm not inttitakon, he la watching UB from "behind a busph . . . Watt a moment and 1*11 fine It I'm right." So Hnyiiifr, Mrs. Bear sprang up and rushed toward a near-by thicket. Almost instantly there was a crash of. brouklng twigs ami a waving of preen branches. A woof! woof! In a frightened tono foil upon the eara of Mrs. Bear and her children. Mrs, Bear stopped Short and laughed. "It v-as your father," she chuckled. "He doesn't want to moot me, after takniK your honey when my baek way turned," Thin time Mr. Hoar Reemed really to have loft that neighborhood. All was quet as long as the feast las-ted. And when it was finished, Mra. Bear led her youngsters homeward. They found no Mr. Bear in' their den. But that, didn't, worry Mrs. Boar in tho least. Kven when bedtimo came and he was still missing, Mrs, Bear told her two cubs a jolly story and tucked th'-m in for a good sloop. It was long after that that Mr. Bear cum'* stealing in. Ho was very quiet. Usually he grunted and pro;ined and .siffhod when ho came homo tlrod fnun business that took him far and wido about Blu« "Mountain. But this time he made hardly a sound. However, Mrs. Bear hoard thltn. "Is that yo-u, Hp-hrlam?" she asked. "Yes, my tevet" ho answered softly. "How are you feeling? Have you recovered from your UlneBS?" she Inquired. "I'm better," eaid Mr. Bear. "But I 80 aayin^, Mrt. Boa» sprang up a.nd rushed towajd 1 neon-it) thicltct believe I nuslit not to talk now. I need sleep." Willi that he dropped down and almost at once bepau to snore. Mrs. Hear smiled, in tho darkness of tlio den. She- guessed, easily enough, that Mr. Bear didn't want to talk about tho bee-tree, nor the honey he Jiad taken from tho children. •She knew Mr. Boar almost better than he knew himself. Copyright, 1923, by the Metropolitan Newspaper Service, Now York. (Tomorrow: Cuffy Bear follows nomebody lialt -way around the mountain.) •details and reservations* M. E. WAY, Agt. Hutchinscn, [Cans. Phone 25 f \WE HOPE FOR YOUR NEW' HOME YOJVE PLANNED- THE FINEST PLUM9ING IH THE LAND! Ebersole Plumbing Co. Phone 545 121 W. 14th NO DANGER TOO MUCH DIVERSIFIED FARMING IN SOME GOOD WORK It Helped Extend Retail Trade of That City to Greater Distance. (IW The A-SFoi'lntert Prowt) Fred on ia, Kan., July 3.—«T«\>ur years of cooperative effort by merchants of this town has nn't. with a success 'which has Kalued wide attention in retail business circles. How a town of h'ss than C.OOo population can ci- tend its retail 1 rade territory to n radius -»f 4f» miles, ia a story that ia proving of UHK- I I Interest to other towns, the country over, according: to officials of th«i Krodoaia Ad Club which InauKurmtod tho "monthly bargain day" plan. Merchants assert the movement has greatly increased their volume of business, and the growth of the stores nl number, yize and quality speaks for itself. "Cooperation" is the keynote of tho success, business men agree. In addition to the succoss from a strictly •buBiuess standpoint -the -work-together enterprise has created a civic pride In their town that is noticeable in the concerted manner In 'Which the merchants get behind any approved nu- durtaking and suhsc.rilK) funds for it, A Sales Day. The first Tuesday of the month has been sales day for the past four years, and not one lias been missed, either j by the merchants or by the custom- J ITS. As many as 10,000 persons huve been in Fredonia on a single sales ; diiy, when so :no extraordinary attrac- 1 tion was pro\ ided. Usually, however, special entertainment is offered, through twenty-seven postoffloos. Ouo of the merchants, L. 8. SMcICeo, secretary of the Ad Club, personally supervises the advertising matter and acts as chief censor. If the merchants average but two or three bargains each, it is observed that their united efforts make a representative list of goods. No store is required to make a sacrifice to show its cooperation. An illustration is that one merchant who offered 10 dozen pairs of ovoralls on a recent sales day and lost $25 on the output. -Uut is addition to the overalls his sales for the day totaled $1,100 for other merchandise at regular prices. Harry W. Blankenship, one of the originators of the monthly sales day plan, has be»n president of tho Ad Club during the-four years of its existence. "There are two attractions for the people on these sales days," ha said. "One of the actual bargains offered by all stores and tho other is the :holding of the farmers' auction. Anything to be soM by a farmer may be listed free in our bulletin advertising the sales day, tho owner paying the auctioneer a commission on its sale." "The fear, which ban preyed by some farmers. KtlSOluHnM. been ex- that tho di- ','ursit'irnthm idea will be carried too ; fur and ihus make tho price of b utter! fat and e^g.s •bf -etimt* HO cheap that j thero will not he any money in pro- j diiein£ t.hfiu, is absolutely imwanant- ! I'd." declared A. 1,. Clupp, the district j supervisor of county u^vnts from Man: hattan, who was fn*ro today. ] 'The natural dread of milking, ' which most fanner:; have, will pre! vutit the over-production of milk and 1 but t erf at,'' ho cxpiaiiifid. "There baa ; never boon any great surplus of btit- j t 'Tfal and in spite \>i all that has boon i dune. H IM price of buttcrftit has nd- [ vaueed recently." Notice to Property Owners Twelfth j Street West and Fourteenth j Street West. Notice Is thereby glv-en that, tho ] Board of Coinmi&slonors of the City of 1 Huti-Irlnson, by Ordlnajicos No. 1626 and 1627 passed on tlie 26th. day of Juno, 1&23, have ordered water »erv- ico pipes to .be laid on Twelfth Street and Mouroo Strewt from 'Main Street to Monroe 'Street, 'from, the Water Main in the street to tho ba-ek of tlio street curb, in the following manner, to-wit: said eervioe pipes to be or lean, lead-lined, or copper pipe, not leas thaai one inch. In dda-nxoter, one service pLpe for every two lots or fractional parts thereof. S aid eer vice ] *1 p es sh a U t>e lal d within thirty days of the last publiea- MTEBWOVtN 8T<Ki«iNQ COUFAWT See Our Yrindow of ONCE WORN—ALWAYS Do you know that Interwoven socks are the best wearing and the largest selling make in existence? Why? Because they are the best made. Dress socks with hand-made clocks; snappy socks in "ribbed" effects; plain socks—thin—of the finest texture. Silk and I isles. Refined fast- dye colors. 'The most for your money Silks—75c to $2.00 Lisles—40c INTERWOVEN FOR BUSINESS, PLEASURE, COMFORT ( NUSSBAUM'5 WATERMELONS SCARCE AND PRICE GOES UP tion of this notice; and if not so laid, other than a band concert and a farm-jthey will be laid by the city and the " cost of samo "will he assessed against the lots as a. special assessment J3D MET2, at. City Clerk. ers' auction. So well established has | the sales day be conn; that no other special entertainment features longer are needed, merchants say. The Ad Club has sixty mombers, representing i-.s many stores. A requirement o" tho plan ia that each merchant offer at least ouo real cut- price bargain. The advertising matter undergoes the scrutiny of a censorship committee to avoid duplication and In case the goods offer do not represent bargain (prices, tho advertisement is returned to tho merchant. Thorough circulation of the monthly sale advertisement is given through newspapers and a specially prepared bulletin which is mailed to 5,500 families within tho 4-5-inilo ranlius. Italians Going to Mexico. (Mexico City.—Italian emigrants are expected In largo numbers in Moxico, and probably will settle in tho states of Tainaullpas, Jalisro, Tabasco and Ntievo Leon. Arrangements for their colonization have been made by agents of the Italian emigration serv- ico at Washington. The first batch of arrivals probably will number G00. Virgil says the host time for plant* ing in the spring is when the stork roturna in its migrations.-*. Extreme heat In many sections o*f the country increased the demand during the lost week for the very ecarco watermelon and carlots rose to SI.000 aaid above in Now York and Pittsburgh, according to the weekly fruit and vegetable review of the department of agriculture. The forecast Cor watermelon production In nine early \ state states gives a'~total of 30 million melons, compared with-66,600,000 in 1922. The week's shipments averaged 150 cars a day,.against about 675 cars for the corresponding week last year. Official estimates rnako the Georgia output 50 per cent of the 13,000 cars shipped last year. At this time of year in 1922 that state had shipped 4,000 cars against ouly !M> marketed to date this season. After Florida and Georgia, Texas, appears tho next important tarly melon stato with a probable crop not far below that of 3 9-22, PALMER DENTAL CO. Popular Priced Dentiit 28i N. Main Phone2659 Gas for Extraction Hutchinson Liberal but fihlpmenta have T>eou delayed. Texas Tom Watsons of twenty-six pnundB average weigh* brought $800 a car In Kansas City. First melons for 1023 have }uat appeared on the local market and are literally worth their weight In sold. For th» first time In history a woman has appeared on the floor of Uio Amsterdam Stock IQxchange. 9ho represents an Amsterdam firm of brokers. City of PurceU, Okbu, 6% Paving bond*, exempt from all federal income tax. Legal opinion Hon. OL A. Pau\ Oklahoma City. Price $100 and accrued interest ti yield 6%. Harry Tidd Phone 3M FART* AND ••MVICB RUHIU H. MILIUM. Mar. Willi i i" ' r r. 11 1' [!•(.[ iMi'i'M'K • FlK-.-l V, II. K .L I, ....... !i"in .'"ii-i t to ')•.. •••• h.,:t i 1 1 ihe tiln; 1 .J...I, l'ifth IV 1. 1 ili;'. I I;I ... in, .1 ill .. MI M ..1I1 i..r 'i li'"'. 'ii '-i' -tsar* ,,r..l i... .il w 1 1 li I,.: i-ii.-I.,-..i I" mini.-. ••• • • t-'-m •! 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