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-j, v ..... „....,.» - PAGE TWO. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 197.^ Weather You will finti us ready to serve you most completely. Ju»t phono 1500. THE "POOR SWEDE" HAS BEEN FREED Republican Politic* tn Illinois Bock on its Old Level A groin. be-r of streets on which the work haH boon completed was Put i>n first reading ymHcrday afternoon at tile city contmisiilon. Tho streets In question aro Avenue C from Mnln street to 118 feet east, north of tho railroad track; on Twelfth avenue west from Mnln to Monroe street; Sixteenth avenue west, Miflu tn Adams street, Plum street Avenue A to H; Walnut street from V'lllh to Sixteenth, avenues. Canned Goods Are "The Finest Produced' Just Try Fernra Pound of Coffee Phone 1500 "THE FfFl.VDELL STOUE" 7 S. Mnln Dr­ ill!; Kn In -•• Tin, ai-.'l fur WAIT TOO LONG IN SEEKING PASSPORTS Tl I-'.'-;, tlnri ilai:, i-nilli fact! L'e.c i';l l! 11 cairn. July 14.—Ilepubllean poll-1 In Illinois will bo altered mator- wlth Iho acquittal yesterday of i I.undtn, former representative ngross, nmi ally of William Hale i ;i:n-!i, former mayor of Ohlea.Ro, fifteen ecMlnrendnntts charged conspiracy to defraud the Ohl- i.'liools of approximately $l,0fin,. .-H-.-orillng to some political writ- (• i- n trial which coat $.-115,000, iiry deliberated four and one-linlf ;-, look two ballots nnd then roil acquittals In ull cases. Tho •' hurriedly retired and loft a -de-1 courtroom in cindering dls- r. Huta 'were thrown into the mil a I:IH«T leader exhorted, yells .i;nf!lii and Thompson. 10 defense attorneys in tlnir Ju-y s culled tlie prosecution pcraeo.u- by State Attorney General Prun- 1 -and Robert K, Crowe, Cook ' v .-italn'R airoruey, leaders of n. 011 opposed to tho Tllonl p:-i Ul'.\n Vivancli of the stale HepvibU- THE DAILY RECORD 1, I!, HUH , Births. Mr. it ml 'Mrs. Pov±r:nn (Oh loo 0(i]«7ii,i ii i It. K. N(i Jn^lc JWtnuu. .lirly 7. Mr. *nc) Mrs, Henry J. ^annin^ Ullfulyrt I^t>l>t-yV H2t 'JVmh Hv^mn» *i»st, a tighter, -Kvt:!yn Mnrlt., July 3. Dcada. WlMlnm \V\ Ulikct to Clmrlfs Poslor, t"harl"« r.innM to Kslnto of K. 13. tfentm.y, lots jfi, IT Mid IS, bik. ii, Ab- Cfi«:-icK Tiiimfo-.-ii tn Hfltiito of K. }•'. Svnluev, lut S nn.l u -0 fi, lot 0 f bile lii, AU.yviu-. Sni-iL M. KMpU'!] to ,T. Tt. Horilrnutl'.). j»JM't IP,!. 105 107 2ml RVJ. fMi.1t. Hntrhiiinfii. 1 \.\\.- M. U'.i.v to H. J. nnt\ ^V. IV \\M\~ Mctrtl, l.'iiu and 1&, Oi-aintvli?v; ! (idil . Huifh!nsi*n, ! Itt -l^h'.rt I.. l't<Vi^('n to Sudan IHurklc-v, [w 10 ft. l"t Hi, I'll i.rtrl e 5 rt , 30, ti'UL. lI'ttchlzmoTi. SOLOMON, WITH 100 BLOWS LEADS LEAGUE IN FIRST HALF Averages Credit Shocker Slugger With Every BatHing Honor , Except Two-Baggers—Shockers Ended Season in Triple Tie for Batting Honors. in in •f a"'; A. I 'l 13-i-i-lil. K'l 'l';-.lli'. 31- ri-i'.p'iia. T... rciioi'.iiin, ti; Reed Slinlilns, inv-yl Thr. ri-onie ajiiilyii';- orally do n;;l a!'/. oordliiK to Ca:'l 1 the llbilrhi. ro"; £ovenini'-n(''< l.'-'^' "I filionld aivi';;;. 'wo w,..-'U;i," ii.'lt'! i-aiiHfi fro'tio-fi' ! . v double t-X'.-iiai!.:-- and (lie a ,v;'IM'0/ may hn d ii.ru aii-d planning t.riji.i u'; until tho last wii.i povtu." ;r pass ports gon- oifi'iHeut thno, ur. •harilion, (ilerlc of ivlio handles the* •*<• bore. bi'ivn trm <Iay.^ to{ c -. liiC'liard-Hin, "bo- 1 i '•r>? is iii-ri-ssary a ;; l'orl•e.lJroH(\l'll^' , Iilana for palljnf: the delay. Tli.n-o lavarlaltly wail. ; M"I apply for p:i.sa Open All Day Tomorrow. INK i-hipi.i'.|i ( - of lOiiiiiiaiii l-'llins reel ved toda fSnlu. Ca:-h I'riu; Co., A u nd It "Poor Swede." lari'Mn. r-olf-teriuoil '"poor Swede" .111 d ..ilh'il l.y polillral opponents the pi--- i.i'!ii:i.:l ike Tl;ora\.^on maoblne roal lU'- "silent bos*" during tho trial, em. it-. >! from the mystery which bad rbMiO") him In h!B 30 years of poiiti- i',il III.-, (hi the \\'lttu^fti* stand he re- ve.l. d ;hat lie ennio to Chicago as an 11 ; .u ohl .Swedish imTnlgrant, start- e;i ivi;;-;-; as u. btvitlilael-: and u newn- boy. lat.-r became tiin ' manufacturer of ".luriinerade," a temperance bever- iiii.•, In tho advertinlii£ of which lie sin'iii. inoro than $1,000,000 and be- i-or.o ii-vriivo;! in politics to prot.'ct -i iivents mi his sort drink patent denied that he had influenced nirnt-ala by Mayor Thompson, ; he bad not pousht faioia belie v:ouhi havo bean foreed to ordi r.-i, and called hiniK-lf the on adniinistratlori "cuapidor." t";din;ony he commended I'lio/njiaon an-;l .said that if he mil for oiCieo asaln the Lunillu wuuld be his. anil !n;?eli. ii;;i-li l'il.-lit. aayi ike o Them,' la hi: Mayor evi i- . 1 f.SSSSS FOR PAVEMENT. Ordinance Providing Special Levy for Complete Work introduced. An ordinance ouHinfr for a speelal ail-, •.-rtf-ineni for tho paving of a nam- Win A. ]'. I'ei.r. In I I: J. S me ll.i .. Ill; llnf i to f-uiina llufiu ill. 10, Huslit add., Jlul.-li- iis In \\'. T^. llari-ison, lot .ill. Illil.-liUicoil, 1,1U. 21, 1,1., lliil'-l.lani a. tn i A'.lmt Hah, et rh r,r,i' to I'eo. W. Olid l\c\\n IV tt Z9 inn! « ft. », l.il u.l.l.. Hut.-htnsi'ni. Ill 10 ll.e. W. fillll '\V. K. , v.- S fl. 2S. iillt- l-icden •e.lll."uli. I.ill tn Jel TillllJlliTl, p)tH T, id. Illi.lilHtnl add.. Hutch- Tho first Benson of Chn Soulh-wcstern Loaguo ended with 1-IutcMnson, Coffeyvillo and Muakogeo tied for tciim bolting Honors and Moso Solomon far in the lend for individual batting honors. Averages reloasod today include all Barnes ot tho first season and are lor players uytlclpatlug In 20 or more Ranies. Solomon, Blueglnu first baseman and outfielder for the Shocker who has been In the depths of a plump since tho new season openod, finished the first season with un even ono hundred hits to his credit for a total of 205 bauois. Ho led the circuit tn homo runs with 21 and in three Viase hits with a dozen. Ol*on and Braucliie of .Musltoiree beat I]l„i ,f or two 'baggers with 20 each vvliilo Solomon had 18. ' Sol and Foster Score Most Rons. * Solomon also led the circuit in runs scored, counting G-l times. Foster, his teammate was next to him in thin respect scoring 59 times. Foster is second to Rahbitt of Muskogee for stolen bases,, being credited with 30 while Kabult Is Klven 40. Shoots of Hutchinson comes next with 25. The Shockers finished the first season tied vrtth Sallna for poorest fledl- Ing record. The Shockers out-erred the lowly Millers but each team has a percentage of .31.1. The only thiiiK In which the Shockers excelled in the fielding linn was in double plays. Sixty two-time outs wero originated with tho local team anil Muskogee was second with .177. Every team marie 100 u. lots-, (or more errors, Tepeka, the leading team in fielding, making Its 100th error (r COASTER WAGONS For the Boys and Girls. In Stock—Rubber and Steel Tires in All Sizes Priced $5.00 to $11.50 It's a Pleasure to Show You. HOSKINS & YOUNG Phone 3752 HARDWARE—TIN SHOP (Home oi FRONT RANK l-uniace) 22 First West in the fourth of July double header. Team batting were as follows; and fielding averages for the first halt of the season i w I* Ma lots : i rK-.- r. i-'e'.i-y to I.miva- T^. Kvivnii, i-lin lio.-K'iT te Ita.'lifl T\ E'lii-tfi-r, t. ;i an-! 1, tp'iK. l.c AbbyvUip. SUCCEEDS HIS FATHER. John Tubbo Elected Prc-aldent of the Kinsley Dank. Kin'.l?y. June 14.—John Ttfbbs was elected president of the Farmers anil Merchant.", .State bank at .a meetins of tlie directors hero, this w»ok, taking the. pir.io made vacant, by the uVath of M. ('. Tub bit, his father. The reinaiieli r of the officers remain the saine. \v. II. Ehlors is vice president and J. K. Stowoll is cashier. Women Clubhers, I.eniion: -Autericiin women have opeioid a clobliouse in London where they (--un di.scuss ( politics without mo- leKtatkiti. « AB Team Battlnfl O AB R 11 Til 211 311 Tin SH SB KB SO Pet. Hutchinson .. .Uii 2290 422 GOG ion ion 31 59 57 95 2,13 294 .291 Coft'oyviile .. .(17 2212 335 6411 S72 9S 33 23 121 7K 191 2f>S .291 Mu^'iOfiee .US 22M 35-1 65S DSO 12li ID 39 73 90 223 277 .291 Sapulpa .(ia 2ii'-" 1 «3 G3G C'.O 05 34 44 G6 31 279 233 .280 liulepcnilence .67 2220 270 603 S03 - 72 24 7G 2G 192 295 Topeka .05 21113 205 5li7 799 10G 21 2fl 79 34 199 80 4 .202 riurlloi-.vllle . .6S 2197 321 ofil 79 .S <j:i 30 24 93 45 237 2-12 .25(1 Saliua ,3-i 2134 274 5-15 751. ' S3 G 37 iS 29 201 242 .255 Team Fielding. Topeka W 1, T DP TP rn ro A K Pet. Topeka 29 3f. 0 4G 9 12 1073 7S7 100 .901 Sap'tina .... 31 31 0 0 9 1874 737 101 ,96fl Coffeyville . . 41 23 0 41 0 S 1743 741 114 ,950 MuskORee . . 42 2Ci 0 47 2 9 1709 795 123 .954 .953 Independence 25 42 0 87 I) 0 1722 810 124 .954 .953 IJartiesvillo . 3G 32" 0 43 0 22 1729 761 133 .913 Hutchinson . 22 42 0 34 0 4 1594 (!S2 13S .043 Saliuii 22 42 0 31 0 4 1594 GS2 13S .913 LAD IS SMOTHERED IN FATHER'S WHEAT BIN acres of wheat that after paying tho expense of the CU UI UR and threshing and hauling to to-yn ho lost Just 72c. Thi 3 had suffered a hall loss and all of the profit, wan lu tho hail check. Include AVmk bard, an-1 sensibly. But' please omit that tiresome word, pep.—Atchison Globe. ONCE "BOOTED AROUND LEAGUE," HE BECOMES STAR A miliar league pitcher, and a winner, loo. 'J'lii-n »n outfielder- bem-h wnrmci Tilth a big leosue club. Next a cnslaff, W.shcrt awcy for nolhlns. Given nway again "to boot," Pul on the bench ncain; Bhuvtd all <net the diamond; £ven considered for pitcher's Job. t-nd (hen one of tho greatest outfielders In tho fame. That'i tho career of Churl*}' JamUson, Indian outGclding star. Ct.jiU-i j-.unieson LO I M «XUr ono 2ut i*ctl0 bo a hit vJUi.mos|.fttttli<ld«-t rh*--inu it. Tlie men who hunt for the most valuable player to hia team In the big chow can give Charley Jauileso'.i of tho Cleveland Indians tho once over' first. For this brilliant player who onen was "hoot(_•'.'," around the circuit like & man without u liarlo or home, now ranks not only as ono of thi best out- flolUera In tho bui'iiu.en, but bin hitting baso rumiiuK anil nil hrounil liaeeball ability is nutklng lilm tlie uhlulng llkht of iho Indians' play ntid th» nioii vnl- unble tuomlitir of that tei'in. The batter who remarked ,as the umpire called the fourth bull, "every- thine comes to him who wntu," nyulie tho trtiih. JnmlcKOti wttltod yearn lor the "grand chance," believing in his own heart he could deliver. And he proved his fnllh in himself. Started on Mound. Jamloson started out n» a idtehor-— c wolrd ami M'ooly southpaw, Ho wan with Uuffaio. Ho won about two- thirds of lijii tamos for tliom to 1812 (arid In 1913 up to tho tlnifa he oult box Ht> was hltling tho ball so hard, however, that }-at Donovan, then hoau- tng the club, decidad to put him In thu out-tiold to Iteop hla bat lu tho ltaoup. Jeuileaoji klckod sot. Clark Griffith pnid two flavors and J3,000 for him on August 22, ioiu, but signed him ns a pitcher, only lo switch him to the otitfln'.d in a vain effort to use him advantageously. Then ho '.'.fV.^J for waivers on blm uml the Athletics took blm June 2S, 1917, for the waiver price. Connie Tries Hlirt. Connie Mack used lilm in tho out- fleid considerably that season and Urn nejt, but decided lie could not use the New Joincy j;eut in tho rebuilding of bis eluh ami wlieu tlio e.hnuce cnniu to Club Hobby Koth from CHovolttnd thu tail one tbrcvy lu Jamie with Uardnsr aid il.\ers for Itoih. BUM Jumld failed to litnil right aide up. He njicut much of his time on llitt lieneli until Jack Ontney win Injurer) in tlio 192ii cntnpiitijn. Dliailny had filled it, n first and tho outfield at times, however. Willi (Imiicy out Charley gol liis ohiiue.* in it'!/, floltl, lJut'hia right tu the betiu waii (j,Mestloned, For a season or nioro Manager Hpciiknr al- (ei'ttututl Jiiin with Oraney und Joe nivalis lu the luft Burden- until Jutitiu son'ii pluyluj; uud hltltun against bontispuWD u'lid vlishtbaudei-s hacauio BO , brilliant that it called for com plsiti) eoiitto 1 , of the berth. An a ground coverer bo has no .superior in the big sb.ow. He has the asllity of a mountain gout in running up the slope lu deep ] t .ft on the borne Krouiula ItinU lu clirubing onto (he Kruiidslaml to anng long flies ond toulfl. lie needs to not but one finger on the ball to snare It. flanks Next to Hcllman. His hitting? Well, late ftvarag.oii eavu lilm a .870 murk, and put him second only to Harry Hellmun in Ihti ruco for the league luttdorship, lie has slaiuuied nut mure bltu than the Detroit sluaner. Whore Hell titan bus stolen but five buses .luinio haa gt-ab- hed «lf twelve, according to ruCent CumiiilallonH , That Jamie's hilling is timely uml | Hull he ctin h« covitcteA on to uvui'ei when he gets one in indicated by the run and runa inuleu in figureu, whieli uliow him riiiintuii uoek and neck witu lleilintiu, A'ci-atniallty nmiit ho eonsiileri-il when ope estiiai'.teH a playor's worth to a ulub, JaiiiK'Hon iu lliu umst pol'u- lur playei' on Iho tee.ih wiiili the nltiy- tir,-; aud thu fans, Tho wholo iliu'inji! ttiwn uweara V>- "lumie." Yflvat ar proof can tliove oo of u man's Y'due to a club J all Players in 20 G Solomon, Hutch iifl Cheshro, Sal 04 Silts, Cuff 45 Scott. Sap ** Claybrook, Mus 68 lOvans, lud a^ liabbitt. Mm 68 Clfvelaml. Sup 64 Strohin. Top 64 Matthews, Coff f!G Wet/.i'.l. Miuk 6 " Kelly. Sap 60 O'Byrne. Coff 64 Hraucliie, Musk f>S Flippin. Saji 04 Waler, Hutch 54 Robinson, Hutch I'l Pick, Hutch ; .. .GG Bovksk»pf, Top 85 H. Fi.ihor. ind 59 Phillips, Bart 45 . Lemen, Hutch 60 V. Bi-owiw Sap SB Victor, I3off 22 Fault, Sap 51 K.ihdot, Coff 60 Banks, Hutch 38 T. Willis, Hart 67 Wooten, lud 47 Glass. Coff 59 C.-whlon, Hart 67 Sarlund, Sal 40 Case, fnd 22 Forrest, Musk 68 Mare, Sal 6* Claybangh, Top 55 HovittB, Bart 67 Mason, lnd &5 Purtell, Hutch. ...' 62 Jtowo, CoM 6« Fester, Hutch «G Doriand, Coff 42 Olson, MU9 68 Hank, Part 4G Erwin, Cofr 38 Mitchell, Ind 64 Shoots, Hutch. 04 Broker. Top , 2-» Dick, Top 31 rmnii, Sal 61 Xing, Hurt B9 Benh, Top 51 Adntr, Sap ..11 Huffman, Musk 01 Jonas, Top 27 11. Willis, Pap 59 RetllflOW, -Sal 61 Wtllljtrmi, Coff. 31 l'l.-rro, Top -43 Ho.'iipe, Musk 63 r.utiei, Hart 50 Moon-, lud 29 lientiy, Sal.-Iiid. .31 I). lirown, Ind .41 Meeks, Part .22 Hahti, led •' 57 Nnttttll, Bal. ..- 50 M-.vtti.cws, Top. 2S Hush, Musk 27 JthodeB, Sal 01 Oilhird, Ind 64 Jluchiint, C/Off 0(1 Himibiiris, fnd 49 Gc-oue, Hutch 23 Henry, Mutch 22 Pross, Top 47 llun',0!-, Mils 81 Meyer, Hnl. C-'l ISoyd, Iml 21 Kuoiives, Top 05 Smith. Mus 2tl Uhoi1>s„ fnd -i 20 l-Mnyer, Top 29 ' RoBoU, Ooff 2-1 I'lesiuuth, M UH B4 1), Fiaber, Hart, 51 Individual Battinn. ;ir more games. All 257 245 167 242 281 211 278 240 259 209 20S 212 212 24T 233 183 71 2 GO 241 234 . 169 267 113 5S 192 249 105 203 171 217 23 4 131 54 237 252 19S 234 200 25'1 249 243 100 271 157 113 233 25tl 111 133 207 143 75 19S 80 214 235 litis, Sal. Potnrtf-nn, Hap. Lamb, Utu-t, .., deatea, Hutch. Hhauoy, lud ... Ilruner, Bart. . , ,..a« ,,..24 ,...24 ,...20 154 231 182 88 101 122 57 208 200 100 59 220 149 231 180 48 60 133 45 1S3 55 248 50 48 99 • 73' • 9 154 78 62 C« 75 70 47 MEADE TO HAVE BETTER WATER AND LIGHT PLANT It ii TP, 2 n 3H HE SH 6-4 100 205 IS 12 21 5 33 95 130 S 2 11 1 22 53 83 t G 2 12 64 83 120 10 0 3 11 43 89 124 1G 2 5 7 28 71 10S 13 3 6 0 68 93 14ti 15 1 12 2 39 82 119 12 & 5 9 61 K 123 15 4 r, 10 54 8S 111 7 5 2 15 89 CS 107 13 4 6 4 43 G9 100 6 5 5 10 49 69 111 12 6 6 12 50 80 110 2ft 5 2 3 51 77 107 ie 1 4 9 29 Gl SO 7 0 4 3 7 23 2V> S 0 0 0 45 S4 143 13 5 12 1 41 77 100 .13 2 2 9 st; 74 103 IS 2 4 6 21 63 liS 5 2 2 4 5U 83 133 14 4 11 7 10 85 50 7 1 O 2 s IS IN 0 0 0 8 31 59 90 10 3 5 4 50 70 117 15 7 4 10 15 s° 42 5 1 1 5 42 80 128 15 9 5 11 20 62 67 9 0 2 0 21 G5 82 12 1 1 s 38 70 100 9 6 3 11 10 39 «1 5 1 6 1 5 16 24 -"0 1 2 0 33 70 98 14 1 4 G 38 74 102 16 0 4 4 29 58 88- 8 2 8 9 43 GS 91 20 0 1 10 85 53 7G 8 6 1 10 51 73 90 14 0 1 2 44 71 95 » 3 8 6 59 69 93 11 2 3 10 IS 45 48 1 1 0 9 49 76 115 20 2 5 11 23 44 57 9 2 0 5 13 S3 47 4 2 2 9 21 65 76 11 0 0 11 64 70 102 5 0 6 9 11 26 36 4 0 2 8 1* - so 45 8 0 2- 4 23 44 67 8 0 5 3 21 55 63 7 8 0 9 21 83 51 e 2 0 0 8 20 .27 l 0 2 1 27 52 G2 10 0 0 14 11 21 23 2 0 0 1 43 EG 91 12 1 7 4 83 61 75 12 1 0 10 10 21 35 f» 3 1 3 20 40 61 0 G 1 2 29 57 72 10 1 1 10 25 '47 72 8 7 1 10 10 23 £9 4 1 0 1 14 2G 89 & 1 2 5 13 80 41 6 1 1 5 9 14 20 8 0 1 . 1 24 51 59 3 1 1 0 21 48 59 5 0 . 2 4 17 24 83 4 1 1 4 8 14 20 0 0 1 0 81 68 Go 6 0 2 2 11 85 49 5 3 1 2 29 54 83 7 1 0 25 8 28 42 61 2 2 1 25 8 10 11 1G 2 0 1 i 10 15 15 0 0 0 2 0 80 33 e 1 0 10 • 1 10 10 0 0 0 1 20 40 49 6 0 1 4 17 12 31 8 0 2 1 SO- 63 73 14 0 2 5 8 12 17 2 0 1 2 ii 10 10 0 0 0 i 9 19 27 8 1 1 t 8 14 17 8 0 0 » 8 Ii 13 1 0 1 i 17 S3 88 ( 0 2 6 14 15 1 0 0 t 7 11 14 0 0 1 8 ft n !if> 3 1 1 5 II 13 15 8 0 0 8 a 12 22 Ii 1 2 0 e 8. 13 1 0 " 1 ^1 — =.— SB Pet. 5 .3S0 8 5 lft 11 2 9 3 9 4 ir 9 3 1 1 *1 18 0 13 0 3 5 1 0 13 4 0 4 3 B 7 30 0 10 3 4 2 25 1 4 2 4 0 0 4 0 11 5 1 3 2 3 0 1 1 2 11 3 1 0 .347 .347 .343 .311 .33G .335 .333 32S .'327 .3: John Eilmisaion Sucked Under by Out-Pouring Grain—Dies as Father Found Him. Engiewood, July 14.—A distressing accident liappene.d hero last week when Jehu lldmission, tlio 9 year old eon of George f'Tdtn/sshm wng smothered te death In the wheat tilu of bis father's elevator. The boy with another lad of his age was playing around tho elevator, when young Edmisslon satd he was not afraid to go In the -bin. Jumping In" as he said this. Tho bin at'the time -was hnv;ing wheat run out of it and as soon as the child Jumped lu tbo moving grain sucked him under. Tho other child ran to find Mr. lidrulsston who tried to empty tho bin ns rapidly aa ponsl- Wy to reach bis son, but nearly a half hour elapsed before ho could got to him. Just us he grasped tho leg of his son, he felt a convulsive struggle hut. -when he pulled him out he was _dead and restorative methods v.-ere unavailing. v MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL IS PROPOSED KINGMAN WANTS CITY TO MAINTAIN A BAND Lyons, July 14.—A proposition will bo submitted, to tho city coimcil at tho next regular nieuilng tor the city to purchase the old iiatatorluin here for a municipal swimming pool. There Is 21,500 worth or cement work alone and the property can bo acquired for $5tXi and tn-clvAes-.a quarter block ot ground. Tho acquiring of a municipal pnol at Ellsworth and McPliorson has led tlie Uons club to foster tho plan for tho children of Lyons. LARNEB MM PUNT PLANS REGULAR ROUTES Kingman. July j4.--•Petitions have .325 I ''eon circulated here asking the city 325 [ commission to levy a sufficient tax to '324 '" ""' - ~ .32! .321 .323 .323 .320 .310 .311 .311 .310 .310 .307 305 • --''•*' vil c" ai'e p,-ni.:ucao.v ouiiutou wnen j -j - - Lamed, July 14.—Tlie Creum-O- Milk plattt has established two milk routes, one running west from Lamed, In charge of C- W. Smith, ' and one covering territory south and east. In. charge of Earl Hopkins. The west route Is about 12 miles long and the- I south and east route covers about 25 miles. The milk Is brought in by truck. Arrangements are in progress for the establishment of other routes. The plant is receiving between 3,200 and 3,300 pounds of milk per day at thiii time. keep up a municipal band. Kingman has one of the best bauds of the state. The members of tho baud are employed at other vocations and for this rea-xm are not ablo to make any trips whore they might get wine money for their services, and create a fund with which to pay a director and purchase new muf.ic and other equipment from time to time. Tlio director for the Kingman band Is one of the i best directors in tlie tstaite and ills, , ,, 1 services are practically donated when mMhed ot the meeting held yester j compared with t.ha pay directors ot!' ,,1 >' •>>' a £<*>»!> «f mou GRAVE ROAD, HAYS TO PRATT PROJECTED Lamed. July 11.--A gravel roatt from Hays to Pratt is the latest good roads movement to be projected from tho place. Sen. E. B. Frizeil was 305 . .j0j i other bands In other cities tbo size of i Kingman receive. 00 ' GIDEONS TO MEET AT .2;<9 .298 .2915 .295 .291 .293 .290 I .290 I .287 I .285 .284 I .281 1 .280 .280 .279 .278 .274 .271 .271) .2G9 .256 .266 .2(16 .203 .283 .252 .2'i0 .260 .259 .258 .258 .258 .257 .240 .240 .245 .240 .240 .23G .235 .235 .231 .233 .229 .227 .220 .222 .219 .213 .214 .21-1 .298 .192 .193 .184 .182 .179 .177 .178 .173 .170 .170 KINGMAN TOMORROW Kingman, Jnly 14.—Tho Gideons will have a big meeting here tomorrow, O. C. Parks of Hutchinson, national chaplain of tho Gideons will have charge of tho morning and evening services to bo held In the Baptist church. Aa an added feature, Miss Marjorio Montgomery, ot Hutchinson, will elng and give whistling solos. from Hay a and La Crease. Such n road ..a projected would cress six east i nd west, roads, the Cannon ball, the old and new Santa Fe Trails, the Colorado Houlevavd, and the Uohleu Belt and Lniou Pacific hli-h-wuys in the north part of tbo state. GET RID OF CARP. Lost 72 Cents on Wheat. Bucklln, July 14.—Paul Taylor fouud after cutting and threshing 155 Country Club Lake at Monde 3elned to. Eliminate Variety. Meade, July 14.—The. Country club lake was jellied tbo other day to get rid of the'largo amount of carp which were eating tho more desirable type- of risk. Tho carp were thrown aside* and the other fish put back into the lake. Soma of the latter wero fine basa weighing from three to six pfflinda. The carp wero given away to oil who wanted it. WMfe (n our prioofe affairs toa have progresaei frcmendowjly, tn pu&iio attain \oc have learned iiofMnjr from experience.— Howe, iituia It Essential, Meade, July 14.—While. Utile interest v.'as ^'liown lu tlie bond, elccMon for iho inipiovini; and e.vl.o.udinir the water system and Dublin;; plant, the boTidsNfliraod by a 8 to 1 majority, Tho people took it tor granted that the amount was needed, and did not TO CLOSE AFFAIRS OF WELSFORD STATE BANK The affairs- of tbo Wellsrord Btuto bank which went Into tho handii of a reueivei- ammi-hliij; over two yearn ago will iho closed up next week It, is thought. ( Thu .bank has made nevea-al jury- lake the trouble to get out and vole, i meiits and expects to make tho last When the now" lit) horse power en-'paymeat toon. It. O. Nance has had glue Is installed Meu.dc. will have one|tho bank's affair ln.-cb.argo s-ln'eo Nov. uf the beat plants iu tiio soutiiweot. [1921. - ^ • The heart of the "better home" is a £rand piano —that sure mark of distinction.' and musical refinement. Most interesting to those whose homes are small is this BRAMBACH Baby Grand—which fits into the space of an upright, at the cost of an upright! With tone and general musical Quality unexcelled at its price, $635, with dainty beauty in every line, it is little wonder that it outsells every other small j*,rand piano Write fvr Brambaeh pabv ffrontJ pop«r pattern, «ft»wlnff ttov) it fU) into , 1. thi •jiaoe 0/ an upright, --; ' Paymenti QM'.V Arrow e*> 122 N, Mnln Bt, aw for Anything in UMHO ' H. F. HULUAND, Mgr., Huixhlnson, K«n. During iftnlo, '*60 c-fsft. W tnunWv, b*V* » fframbaah.

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