The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 17, 1923 · Page 7
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 7

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, July 17, 1923
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TUESDAY, JULY 17, -^23. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, PAGE SEVEN. Suburban Day Special . ON SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK SUBURBAN DAY Electric Fan $6.75 » The Star-Rite, 8-inch Electric Fan. Full guaranteed. Light Plug....... , 49c Benjamin Two-light Plug., Will operate both fan and light at ' - the same time. 4 North Main Phone 621 Use Modern Safeguards In the Middle-Ages wills were drawn by monks, preserved under the altars of churches and carried out through imperfect laws. But even then people saw the need for some more than human organization to protect their wills. Out of that need has grown the modern financial institution, amply capitalized, rigidly supervised and clothed with the power to protect every cent of your estate and carry out every one of your will's directions. We will be glad to confer with you about your will at your convenience. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Established 1876 / Hutchinson, Kas. The Triumphs of Progress arc marked in many lines of work, but nowhere, we believe, has such rapid advance been made in the last few decades as in the mortuary profession. The mortician of today is a professional man having an intensive knowledge of the many ramifications of his work. He can be relied upon to deliver a mortuary service, that will be a revelation to those who have not called upon one of the profession for several years. ^Johnson &Sons Established 1686 l34E.Sherman Hutchinson Kans. Vhone 6 I ft WATCHING JUDGES Secretary Spon»ler Points Out Advantages of Attending Fair Early. . Farmers have arrived at a period of their Industry when they are compelled to diversify tbelr buaineaa. They can get moro practical pointers concerning this Important matter at the Kansas State Fair tor .the actual oxponse of less time ami money than they can got in any other way, thinks secretary A. L. Sponsler. "People of Kansa 8 should vlBlL the State Fair on Monday and Tuesday while the Judgintg Is being conducted In all departments," said Mr. Sponsler. "Free seats are provided In the livestock pavilion and- the 'sheep and swine Judging Imlldlng tor close observation. Ample seats are also l>ro- v'lclod In the poultry demonstration department. Pooplo learn moro from seeing than in any othor way, hut the point to remember is that the exhibitors like to bo askod questions about their exhibits. Feel tree to ask questions of tho exhibitors and especially so, of tho JudgoB. Visitors can get ages and weights ot tho animals which will inform them as to what they may be produce themselves. Livestock Marketing. "Not so long ago, tor lustanco steers were marketed aa' five and six year olds u"t a weight of sixteen hundred or two thousand pounds. Thoro la no demand today tor such steers, bocauso lighter weights are in demand of all ltluda of butcher-livestock. And tho lighter type can be produced without kcopln gand fending so long upon the farm. The difference in profit to tho producer is ohvlouss. "All of those things.can be learned about at tho State Fair ahd this is but one of the several reasons why It la regarded as the State Institution of Practical EJducatlon. Get Experience of Others. "Whon one attends tho Kanyas State Fair, especially tho early part ot tho. week, as a student of the exhibits ho can got the benefit ot thai experience of others, that has been gained at great cost. Furthermore tho Information thus secured is good for a lifetime and is one ot the reasons why boys in their 'teens and all young men should be on hand to take advantage of this raro opportunity. No man can afford to miss it. The farmer and stockman who reads theao lines and heeda them will forever feel gratotul that they were placed before bini, for his benefit." WILD WITH DELIGHT. Mrs. Bergdoll Is to Go to Germany and Swltberland to See Grover. Philadelphia, July 17.—Mrs. Emma WOMAN SICK TWO YEARS Caused by Trouble* Women Often Have—Relieved by Lydia E. Pink- barn's Vegetable Compound Medina, New York.—"I had a great deal of troublo such aa women often have, and this affected my nerves. For over two years I suffered this way, then I read In the 'Buffalo Times'about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com? ound and have aken it with very good results. I am very much better and feel justified in Jpraislng tho Vegeta- I ble Compound to my friends and neighbors who suffer from anything of the kind."—Mrs. WM. H. ADKINS,811 Erin Eoad, Medina, N. Y. , Feels Like Girl Sixteen Rochester, N. Y.—"After my twin girls were born I was all run-down. My neighbors thought I was going to die. I I saw your advertisement in the paper land bought Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. TU« first bottle helped roe and I kept on taking It I only weighed ninety pounds when I began taking it, and! nave gained in weight and feel like a girl of sixteen. ' I never can say enough for Lydia E. Pinkham's ..Vegetable Compound. "—Mrs. NBLUB Dor.EY.16 SUusc Park, jRochest^ tLVj C. Horgdoll, was in high spirits today boforo leaving for Now York to board the ateamshlp Hanover for a trip to Switzerland and Oonnany to visit her son, Orovor C. Bergdoll, tugitivo draft ovador. Paaaports lor tho trip wore received by Mrs. Horgdoll yesterday from Washington. Sho will spend somo time |n Germany boforo going to Switzerland, where Grover Is at prosont staying. ' RostaurantB in Kngland are not allowed to serve meals on Sundays. -Serves the old bachelors right.—Atchison Globe. ILLINOIS POLITICIAN [ NAMED TO DIRECT SHIPPING FINANCE Economy in Your Buying 'Among this merchandise yon will find bargains in many articles which VKM need. This is an especially opportune time for Suburban Day is combined with our JULY CLEARANCE SALE. $1.50 Slip-Over' Gowns, 95c Sltp-ovor gowns made of nainsook or batisto. A tailored style of-^plnk trimmed with colored French knots? Also lace trimmed and tailored stylos in white. All sizes. Regular $1.50, now 05c. 6-35c Turkish 1 Towels, $L25 6 rORUlnr 35c Turkish Tow^ els for 1.25. Bleached in good lioavy quality. Special bargain la 6 for $1.25. 59c Confmer? for 35c Oonflners in front and back closlnj made of heavy, substantial material. Mantle inserts. All Blzes. Regular 69c, now 35c. Pure Boot-Silk Hose, 59c Women's pure boot silk hose, IS Inch boot, reinforced bool and toe of lisle. Colors black, white, gray and navy. Broken BIZOS . Rogular, $1.26 and $1.60, now 69c. 25c-50c Hose, 15c Women's white cotton hoso, children's white or black cotton hose, * and children's fancy half hose. Values to 50c, now 16c. 10c-25c Lingerie Ribbon, 5c Yd. Jacquard Lingerie ribbons, about 700 yards good quality all silk Mfeibon. Blue and white only. All widths from 1 to 7. Rogular 10c to 26c yd. Special^ Eo. Narrow Fancy Ribbons, 10c YA About 260 yards ot narrow fancy ribbons, now Block Including plcota, two-tones, omb .es and mdtallo effects. Regular 16c, 20c arid 26o value, now 10c yd. 65c Ro-Co Belts, 39c Ro -Co bolt sets, colored composition for oither No. 3 or No. 5 rlo- bon to match your costume. Regular 86c, now 89c. HOTCHllNSOtN . WCOrtCSOAY ON SALE AT TEN O'CLOCK. WATCH FOR THE RED_ARROW. $1.00 Women's Union Suit, 59c Women's union suits of fine cotton with narrow shoulder straps; neck and arms finished with a crocheted edge. Cuff or umbrella knee. Sizes 36 and 38. Regular price $1. Now 59c. $2.00 All Silk La Jerz, $1.19 36-inch silk La Jerz—can be used for wash dresses, men's shirts and children's wear. White only, washable. Regular $2.00; today, $1.19. 36-Inch Percales, Yd. 19c 36-inch Percales in light colors, suitable for house dresses, bungalow aprons, rompers or men's shirts. Best quality percale, 19c. 3 In 1 Leatherette Bags, 29c Handy leatherette hags, useful as hand-bags, shopping bags, bathing-bags or picnic-bags. Size S'/ixSyi inches when folded. Special, 29c. Cream Wool Skirting, $2.89 Yd. Cream wool sport skirting, especially desirable wrap-around sport skirts. On sale Wednesday • 54-inch Cream Basket Weave Skirting....' 54-inch Cream Diagonal Skirting 54-inch Cream and Black Stripe Skirting. . 54-inch Cream and Brown Stripe Skirting. 54-inch Cream and Black Check Skirting.-: 54-inch Cream and Shadow Stripe Skirting for $2 .89 Al-Lon 'Protector, 69c Regular $1 Alien clothes -prolr-efor for (!9c. Keeps your clothos fruit from dust, Ponkola for perfume or cumphor. lu muslin or crctonnu. 9-4 Sheeting, 59c yd. Bleached or brown shooting In It I width for 69c a yard. Very good quality and special at 69c. 75c Leatherette Pillows 59c Ijcatherotte pillows in green, brown and Iblack. Suitable for porches or autos. Regular 75c pillows for 59c. 50c Mavis Preparations, 3 for $1 Mavis toilot -propartitions, 35« or 3 for $1, Including Mavis Talc urul face powder, porfumo, lemon croam, cold cream, van lulling: croam, lomon and almond cream, Bolldlfled croam of almonda, and bellllaw'.iuG. $7.50-$10 Organdy Dress Patterns, $2. 98 Only aovon embroidered or rufflnd organdy drosn iiattorns — full lengths of material to finish Including trimming. Yellow, brown, navy and copon. Regular $7.50 and $10 valuen for $2.93. 50c-75c Beads, 35c A limited assortment of about twolvo dozen ibcuulH, mostly glnsn in long strands or shorter stylos with laHHOla and pendants. Regular 50c, 69c and 75c beads for 3Gc. P.O. RECEIPTS SHOWING A GAIN Postmaster Armour Expects Total for Calendar Year to Pass $200,000 Mark. That the Hutchinson postofflce will reach tho 1200.000 class for tho calendar year is the belief ot Postmaster Tom Armour, who points to the receipts tor the first els month s~of n-™ v i> i . | 1923 as an indication of tho prospeo- Clarence K ,,ucl( - live advanced classification. Clarence E. Buck, former state- sena-' "Our rocolpts for the first six tor of Illinois now la In charge of the months of 1923 wore $98,262.07," eald U. S. Snipping Board finances. Ho Mr. Armour today. "Tho second half succeeded J. W. Merntosh, rocoutly should be bettor with Its big Christ- named assistant comptroller of tho mas rush. We have not gulnod largoly currency. MANUFACTURER TAKES OVER THE RUST STOCK The "Rust clotbln-g stock wMeh was told in hero 'by "B. D. Arb-uckle in tho interests of Elmer Corn, a wealthy oil over 1922 but at loast wo have gained somo." The receipts for tho firat <dx -months of 1922 amounted to $9D,U34.r>t>, which makes this year show about $3,000 «aln. Juno did little moro than hold its own, receipts aggregating $15,643.80, compared with $16,411-07 in the corresponding month a year ago. SoolallstB Lost. London—The motion on socialism man of Wichita did not stand when u introduced In the houso of commons reached tho federal court. Arbuckle's by Phillip Snowdeu was defeated 388 bid was $7,700. This was raised by to 121. Kuh, Nathan & Fisher of Chicago, | u makers of Sincerity-clothing the heaviest creditor of tho Rust •Clothing company to $8,200. . j When you want the beat «jf Ford sorvioe call 59, anytime. Uaglond- ILLyWmjrKERji 4^ FRANCES Ttesoo MoNTOOMeny^ Nov,- If ynu would like to have in explanation o£ how It came about that I Billy and Nannlo wore aeon to go out on nil four gates. I will tell you. Thuy went out tho east gate and ran along tho outride until You romonvber that the park gardener was telling llio poltcomau about seolng Billy und Nannlo. "When I got pretty near 'uni," he wont on, "I went to jump over a wire that was stretched abing tho path to keep pooplo off the grass, and I took a header aud 'burled my noso in the ground. That nilailo mo mad, and I jumped up and ran- after 'urn just as Lard aa I could with my rake raised to hit 'uin tho mlmilo i got near enough. And if you'll believe It them two sassy things Just kept a aton and aten and lookln' straight ut mo without so much as a word. "That made mo blazon mad and 1 determined to hit tho blggc »st and sassiest one a whuck that would break Ills track. But if you'll ucliovo it, when the raku came down, no goat was there, and It burled Its teeth in the ground. That blamed goat had just ateppod aside and dodged It slick aa a, whistle! And while 1 was tryln' to got the rako out of the ground to try and glvo liim a wliack, both of 'uni ran out'that north gate." "North gate, did you say?" "Yes. What Is queer about, that?" "Ob," nothing, nothing ut all. 1 us- euro you!" and tho policeman walked'came to tin- nouth gate. Then they off In a brown study. | went inside the park again ifor n while, "Queer guy, that," mused the gar- and were finally driven out that gate, doner to himself, and wont back to Finding themselves one* moro outwork with Ills rako. But every time Hide, they trottod along till tbey ho raised his rako from tho grass his reached tho WOHI gate, and went iu teeth shut together as If ho was draw- 1 again. This tboy did until they bad thought H. would bo a good way to throw unyoiio who might be following thorn off their track. And It proved to bo an excellent plan, for tho policeman gave up In disgust and wont back to the station house and said bo could find no trace of the goats worth following. (Tomorrow you will find out whuth- or anyone else tried to find ilu- go;its or whether they give It up.) New University Head. Philadelphia- Provost .Josiah II. Pomilnuin was itominatn.d for Un* presidency of the University of Pennsylvania by the hoiird of t.ninU-oi. I Klujfsley Motor Co. lng It through Billy's long hair and ho 17-ltilioped It was hurting blm. entered by all four Kates, and boon' driven out of each of thorn. Billy End the pain ol CORNS quickly safely! This way—fit] yourselfofmterry from corns In one minute l)r. Scholl's 2ino-pads will do \\~iajetyl They remove the cause — iriction-prei- surc, and heal the irritation. Thus you avoid infection from cutting your corns or uiing corrosive acids. Thin; antiseptic; waterproof. Sues for corns, callouses, bunions Get a box tod»y at your druggist's or shoe dealer'?- mschoifs Zino-pacls Put one on—the pain Is gone I THE GUMPS —OLD DOLLAR MARK ANDY YWS- \ OV^W. "WNK NO\> IH VWt %0S MX. UFt* GttVXW eVtSSlHGS- \ MA \)tVH 6>W0\rt tO ttKRW VVOV0 SOVKt <rV6WT <FO* CONG REST VW>6Re6SlN&- \ VAMV-t HOT , *if MOU «wouu> wee* N*o«t MONVM TO weve so\) urn sou*, s&wt **. 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