The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on August 31, 1918 · Page 21
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August 31, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 21

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p lip V The Twin Wheel Is the only sure, economical way of saving crops. This past summer has demonstrated this fact very clearly. . The man. who has a Twin-Wheel to irrigate with has Saved the first cost of mill-on this year's crop alone. 'E ARE urged by our president t o save crops. The only safe way is by using a TWIN WHEEL. You can have water when the crops need it. Play safe by using a Twin - Wheel Wind Mill SEE OUR BIG EXHIBIT AT T TATE F SINGLE MILLS Hutchinson Becomes Big Manufacturing and Distributing Point for Single Mills. This Is Filling a Long Felt Want. OUR Prompt Delivery Best Made Cheapest Greatest Variety Repairs Quickly Less Freight Lightest Running Last Longer Saves You Money RETAILERS IN HUTCHINSON AND VICINITY Out-of-Town Dealers, Visit Our Fair Display / We want out-of-Towh dealers at the State Fair to visit our display/and talk the proposition over, and let us show you why ! our Single Mills are the best. The Twin Wheel Wind Mill Hutchinson, Kansas OFFICERSv STATE FllR Secretary Sportster Announces List of Officials, • ARE A TBtf NEW NAMliS r On the Cist of Judges? and Tueir Assistants for I (lis Year. ••SeProtary A. I* Sponeler announced j today that lie liitU completed) making Wjft Qt''tbo offjolats, Judges, super- Jtttcflljarits ami th,eh- assistants for, the " JWYS v li9jn a{ew cbangesjnada, in the '< QptaWftimougU wanytythe • old, f»lBMj#r facias will be la charge agula WM^btmVWWQ places, •>*.,.. '1 Mi} mi Officers. President—H. S. Thompson, Sylvia. Mrst Vice president—Thomas A. Hubbard, Wellington. Treasurer—A. E. Asher, Hutehlu- sou, Socretury—A. L, Sponsler, Hutchinson, Department A, Cattle, E. h. Barrier, Bureka, Superintendent; P,'H, Manning, Council Orove, nod John H. Tharp, assistant superintendents; J. D. t'itcli, Manhattan, superintendent, Division of Dairy Cuttle. O. R Reed, 'Manhattan, Buperlu- tendent dairy tests and production. Department B, Horse*. J. Q. Patten, superintendent, and A. C. Jordan, Lyons, nsaistaut .superintendent. •*;.•>*,. Department c, Sheep, .... A. Lr Btoekwell, Lamed, superintendent. , "Department D, Swine. W. J.- Young, McPheraon, superintendent;. Clifford L. Busklrk, Newton and II. B. Ward, Belleville, aBsistaut superintendents'. r Department % Poultry, Frank? s; Randle, superintendent. Department F,' Mechanical' Arts. B. 'I. ^Burton, CJofteyvUlq; superintendent and J. M.. Shepherd,' assistant superintendent, Department Q, Farm Product*. . O. }». Whitney, Topoka, general sup. orintendenli '• P. Mi Lflnibert, Hiawatha, superintendent division of Ag- rloulturei Department H, Horticulture. 0. V; Whitney, Topeka,, superlu- te|id,ept. * BtptMtment I, Apiary. kSi.E" "'WW .»<vwto* tendent. Miss Ethel HUpp, Newton, assistant superintendent. Department O, Plant* and Flowers. John Stainm, superintendent. Department L, Better Babies, Mrs. Hi 0. Layman, superintendent. "Dr. LoulBe F. Richmond and Dr. Q. A- Bluadel, aaalatant . snporintendents. Department M, Fine Arts. Mrs, Ed. U Toed, superintendent. Department M, Textile Fabric*. Mrs. Georgo 3; BentJey superintendent. Miss May Harsha, Mrs. T. Roy Campbell, Miss; Mffgcelene Campbjjll, Mrs. 0. F. Wlnsbip, Great Bend, assistant superintendents. ; \ : Department P, Educational.' S. P. Rowland, superintendent. Speed Ring. A- M. Talbbtt, superintendent. W. H. & Benedict, assistant superintendent. Ed. L. Teed, clerk of course and D. J. Fair, clerk and reporter of automobile racing. General Officers. General Superintendent—J. B. Talbott. Superintendent 13. Conklln. Superintendent Avery. Superintendent Hutton. Superintendent FINE SHOW OF SWINE Many Exhibitors ol Pure Bred 'Animals Hep, FOR KANSAS STATE FAIR of Admissions— J, of Gates—H. W. of Privileges—E. ol Liberal .. Arts Building—Will S. Thompaou. Superintendent Agricultural Building—O. V. Whitney- Entertainment Committee. ' B. 0. FrUell. T, A. Hubbard,' Will S. Thompson, v. M: Wiley and V. B. JTearl. One can hardly tell the new fail cpats from tne coftt drpBses, * A Frenoh blue voi'le- (mt> ltas col- ln^;ftnii juiftla of jaSffiAS VOll^.. .SPf'MPW *w. .S»f .TWPW - I One of the Largest Shows Ever field Will be seen at the Swine Darns* Uhe new Bwine barns, as'iarge as in [Tfeik, past and larger by far than at many of the fairs over the' country. < Among the Exhibitors. Among the exhibitors will tie A. J. Earhart and Sons, Ness Olty, coming with a showing of 33 exhibits of Polland China; J. W. Brooks, Eagleville, Mp., Durbo Jerseya; B. R. Anderson, McPherson i)uroe Jorseys; Lnwsou Vincent, Sterling, Poland Chinas; Qhlpa; B, V. Dorsey of Jacksonville, 111., Poland Chinas; U B. Johnson, Waldrou, Blue Hogs, Arthur Mosse, I^eavenworth; Chester Whites, Laurel M, Murphy, ]>earborn, Mo., Duroc jbiiseys; .iColeiwHj- and' Cnun, Da.n- vlllo, Chtater Whites; H. II. Moore. Gardner, Poland China; J. R. Adams, Gypsum, Poland China and J. Hi Jffc- Anaw, Cameron, Mo.. Chester Whites. Judges will be J. P. Bennett. Ives's Summlnt, Mo., Poland China; Ji 1*. Russell, Omaha, Neb., Duroo jei-seys, and P. D. Coburn of Topeka, Chester Whlto. lil I f LI ( BABIES DEPARTMENT BiGGEK THAN EVEH BEFORE This Special Feature at Kansas State Fair Will Receive Extra Attention. Pigs may be just pigs to a mere author man like Elllu Parker Butler, but to the Kansas farmer who visits the KanBas State Kaifi he Is looking forycertaju breeds and wishes, to compare those of the kind bred on his farm w.Jti» the others shown o« exhibit.* This year with all of the drain Which tho country has folt for products of swine still the breedors know that this is the very time when tho points of good hogs can best be appreciate^ t>y the wan seeking knowledge along this Una, • Therefore a Olive Oil-Exports Increased. Wnshinglo«-^-eiiipments of olive oil to tho United States from tho Seville (Spain)- consular district were considerably' increased last year corn- pared with WW- Tho quantity Increased from- 4i9,87-t to J,368,050 gallons and the. vaJuo frpw. $506,571 to }l,505,420. There was a decided Increase In tbo shipments pf psstile Soap. Green sulphur oil exports decreased from a value of 4519.608 for 1916 to $147.(91 for 1917. Among tho Other Important articles shipped were cork, cordwood, and licorice root, • J • The fall tailored suit may he wade of black materia) Kith flue white .ffMiftfi ^fht....... . / The Better Babies department is to bo bigger and better this year because of tho Increased interest that tho mothers of Buiall thildrc-n have shown in the department in preceding years. Mothers are realizing that tho eland ards of the future generations depend upon the care and trulnlng or the child of today. Therefore un extra effort la being put forth by those in charge of this department to make it a. reoord breaking one In the number of children ciamined. Mrs. U, C. layman is the superintendent of the department and she will b« .-insisted by Dr. 1-OUIB« l\ Richmond and Dr. O. A. Blasdul. The babies aro to be examined behind glasa fronts and tho highest scoring baby will receive a gold medal valued at f25.00. This sclent If lo movement is to insure better babies and a better race. Tl(e contest consists of eulerlug, examining and awarding prizes to children of four years or less on exactly tho same basis and principles that are applied to livestock, shows. Physical and mental development are the only features considered and beauty does not play any part at all. Bettor Babies contest* insures a better race of Americans, bevauso it toacfeej the jmreiUw how. flu improve^ the physical conditions of children already burn and to protect those yet tinhorn. It helps to for^e a connecting link between the hcime and the scientific study ot child lite. A GOOD SUGGESTION. Improving Fish by 8moking Helps the Flavor. Washington.- SUIOKIIIK fish of cooil food quality that Is not gonerully on demand on account of flavor or of bones is udvocnted by the Uniicd Stales Bureau of Klsheries. As u result of the smoking proci-ss, the flavor and texture arc improvix! and Ihc bones may bt; removed more easily than In the c.iso of tried, baked, or broiled fish. Smoked fish may bo kepi several Weeks, if protected from mold. This process i -.houM solve the problem of fishermen whu find It difficult lo dispose of llicir catch of "coarse fish* except at the very lowest prices, as properly smoked fish commands a higher price. It is believed that a small smokehouse nould be a pnuli- able Investment for owner.s of fishponds and oven for householders who are able to secure fresh fhdi at nominal prices. The general method of 'mioklug fish unci tho cisiinctioti and operation of tho small smokehousu^jhat has proved satlsfaciory aro described In a circular which will be supplied froo on application lo tho I'nlttd ijtutes Bureau of robberies, Washington, P. C. Tho new georgette blouses are embroidered In silk carpet stitch. ChlffQn frocks and silk gowns h&Y» iuaertlouB of dyed crochet. I J

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