The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on August 31, 1918 · Page 16
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 16

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, August 31, 1918
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PAGE FOUR, THE ttUTCaiKSOK NEWS. ATOttDAY, AtJGttJST/81, 1918. CATTLE EXHIBIT Al Kansas Slate Fair, is Biggest Ever Shown. THE QUARTERMASTER'S DEPT. At Ft. Leavenworth Will Bring Big Herd oi llerdords The demand thiit this part of tho Tlnil!•<! .Mali/s devolc ovi-ry in'tort 10 ralsiiiK tin' Kri'ntcBl aniouut of itn.-nt liof-slblf linn turripil Hie intention of the ginvars lo the possibilities of pure liriii rattle anil ntaown them that Ihe Hiin:e amount of feed consumed l>y lyiinials ni nondescript lireed can turn out a maximum amount of meat If the riulit anlmnlH are being raided. Kaeh year this fact has been di mon- strnleil to Hie growers of small herds hy tin- exhihitorR at the Stale I-'alr with their herds of fine tired cattle and each year the farmers of the state are showing (hat the lesson has been learnt il by them when the loads of cn'.tif sent to Kansas City and Chicago liiarkets iirinp the top prices. Show this Year Best Ever. The show Ihis year will brinj; some of the must magnificent auimalR-'In the country to show the patrnna of tlio Kansas State Pair. Some of Iho show herds of Kansas and adjoining states have already made reservations imd more are coming In with each day> mail. Captain Harlow- J. Ftske, of the Quartermaster's department at Port I,eavenworlh will bring a fine herd of Holslelns and these will be shown In a tent by themselves, a tent 05 by SS feel, so it*wlll be a show in IfFelf. I. D. Hartley nf Sumner, la., will also exhibit llolsteins. Fine Hereford-Show. Walter U Yost of Kansas City has entered a bljj herd of his famous Hcrofords which will Include the fat Eteer which Is said to be the most phenomenal animal being exhibited this year. Other Hereford exhibitors this year will be, C. M. I^argent or Merkel. Tex., big winner at the Chicago International show last year; ,T. 10. Turner, Kansas City, R. V. Colbert and Son, Stanford, Texas, Wallace and B. G. Good, Kaijflns "City, Mil., N. D. Pike, Weatherford, Texas. The Angus-Aberdeen show brings many well known breeders before the 3\anf;as stocK men. Among those whose entries are already here aro J. C. Simpson, Kufaula, Okla.; Brnest Jledstroni. host Springs, Kansas; H. H. Gaeddert, Uuhler; I,. R. KerRtiaw, and C. D. and K. P. Caldwell, Burlington Junction, Mo. Exhibitors of JerBey cattle will lu- oJudo the herds of R. A. Cilliland of Mayette, Kansas; Henry Stubbtns, Tnlsn, Okla.; and Yv\ C. Rogers of Tulsa, Okla. John Regier of Whitewater, H. H. Holmes of Topeka, 11. C. Lookebaugh of Watonga, OUla.; and A. U and D. CARING FOR U. S. WOUNDED IN FRANCE Wounded American soldier on rolling Btrctchcr. This Amcricnn official photograph Bhows how wounded men are carried from a regimental aid station of the First division in France to »' hospital. The soldier rests iu a slinjr in the little cart, Harris of Osage City, Kansas will be the well known exhibitors in the Shorthorn Division. Calloway breeders will be represented by Leach and. Phillips of Meade, Knjiaas and H. Kroft of Medicine Lodge, Kansas. E. B. VTizelt of learned and Prank J. CIouss will have entries in the Red Polb d class i and the Guernsey cattle entered at this time are from the herds of H. L. Hartley of Island Farm, Dululh, Minn., who will bring a big exhibit here and Albert L. Hyzer of Storm Lake, la. Judges for this department will bo Millie Burlton. Kansas City, Herefords; John Thompoon, Dover, Kansas, Shorthorns; Prof. W. L. Blizzard, of the Oklahoma Agricultural College, Aberdeen-Angus and U. J. Linscott of Holton, Dairy cattle. DISPLAYS AT FAIRS No Extra Sugar and Flour Allotments for Fair*. Washington.—Displays ot pies and cakes at county and State fairs this year will of necessity be prepared from the individual allotments of sugar and flour; no extra allowance will be given any housewife or baker for this purpose. This announcement was made by^ Dr. Harry Barnard, Pederal Pood Administrator for Indiana, incident to the statement that judges on all food exhibits had been requested to judge every such display with special reference to a strict conformity to the Pederal food regulations. Dr. Barnard says that county food administrators have been urged to get in touch with fair officials with a view to preventing loss of any kind of food that may be brought in for exhibiL it is the hope of the Food Adminls-I tration that there will be an absolute minimum wastage of wheat flour and sugar through this medium this year. TO OUR CUSTOMERS 6 BOYS AND GIRLS' CLUBS I TO HAVE EXHIBITION " This Department is Somewhat New, Since Last Year Was the First Year of Its Display. Franklin snid: "Time is ike ' stuff that life is made of." Tlia chiof function of a motor car is to SQVO time — to cut oat thn wasto of hours in rptting from plaeo to placo by ordinary means—to increaso the efficiency of. tha user. The Dprt U pro-eminuntly a utility »* •—it car for uclive, useful puople; iimpla wuliout excoA, couilbrttibUt without cltunfittciM. Ua every Hne bopeuke efficiency without mute. Moderate in size, llfiht In weight it *gut6 «MUy" on &a&ulme, oil eud tire*. Aud becuse it 1* sturdily end none&cr/ built, of worthy mBteriitU, it .rend, op under the mewtt cunstuut, tuluug-U-uit-uV font*, ufttt&e. The Hutchinson Implement Co. G 0, Hitchcock Fo«r»««»on Car a The po» Seden, Coup* end Sedunet enjoy greet popularity <u»-iu} ihoM aeeJoni in e eel fia* »ppe«x«nce, utility ifti oomfcw* W » tav price. pgjW MOTO« OA* PO- mt, ukta** Touring Car end Roadeter *»2S .OO . Qedan 11323.00 Delivery H<m The Boys' and Girls' Canning clubs will be an interesting department at the state t ^ir this year. This is rather a new department, since last year was the first year which they had any display whatever. Otis B. Hall of Manhattan is superintendent of this department and he hits been a great booster to these clubs. He has Miss Luttie Wilson, Miss Florence Whipple and U. C. Williams assisting him in this department. Only bona fide State Club members will be eligible to compete for any prizes in this department, which takes a broad scope of exhibits and is a very interesting display. There will be the displays of the Bee Club, in which only bona fide Club members of tlte Boys' and Girls' Bee clubs can compete. The bread- making clubs will be far more interesting this year, on account of nsing substitutes. All the breads entered must be made and Judged according* to instructions sent to the bread club girls from the Agricultural College. There-will also be canning entries, including canned fruits and vegetables. The fruits may be canned with or without syrups, and there will possibly not be much sugar used in canning the fruits, as that which Is used must be taken from the monthly ration. There are more fat colored women than fat white women.—Atchison Globe. A real man la one who ia as polite to a girl of 57 as to one of 17.—Atchison Globe. It is absolutely necessary for us to either further raise our prices or else reduce our expenses. Wfc are now practicing economy wherever it is possible to do so, but there is one department of our business that is costing us more than it should. We have reference to our bookkeeping, collection arid delivery service: We ask our customers to cooperate with us and help us cut down these expenses, so as to avoid any further rise in price, at least at this time. Our plan is this: To Sell Laundry Service for Cash. By paying cash on dejivery of bundle and cutting out • the time and expense of bookkeeping and collection we will be able to reduce our expenses considerably. ' The Cash Plan Will Go Into Effect Monday, September 2nd , Where it is inconvenient to have the cash for each bundle at the door, we will allow a Two Per Cent Discount to those who wish to make a cash deposit in'advance. 1, . i American Steam Laundry, Model Steam Laundry, Magic Laundry, !| Hutchinson Family Wash Laundry, Upon Reopening Jones Hand Laundry, Marsh Laundry, Ineeda Laundry EVERY CONSERVATION MOVEMENT IS WORTHY YOUR CONSIDERATION Every woman should be'inter­ ested in conserving her energy, saving steps and time in doing her work. Every man should be interested in • procuring efficient' working utensils for his wife or' mother. The McDougall Kitchen Cabinet is undoubtedly one of the greatest labor saving inventions of the age and the beauty of it is, no woman need be without one. A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet may b^ipureha^ most liberal terms. There are many styles from the smallest one for small apartment rise' to"' the 'largest ope Mk especially for farm use. ^ . .. V U ' * "• /'M , • i. \ Phone 359 The entire line ism display alow store at all times and will be pn special DISMAY ; AT THE KANSAS S TATE FAIR in our booth in the jLfferal ArtsMw^&il ^ HOME FURNITURE CO. 4Q{*41 QJtyorth Main

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