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PAGE SIX. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 192* ANNUAL RABBIT EXODUS BEGINS K. C. Beck Shipping Kansas Jack and Cottontails To Eastern States TABLETS EVERY^ HOURS BREAKS THAT COLD True merit con always be niarnnteed. That is why Hill's -aacara Bromide Quinine is sold jy your nearest druggist on a noney back guarantee of satis- ; action. !Vt the first sign of a cold, take Hill's. Demand the red box bearing Mr. Hill's portrait and Immature. , 30c • AT ALL DRUGGISTS CASCARA & QUININE I. It. HILL CO. ^fj Q OETKOIT. KICM. Kansas Jnokrtbblls nml eotton- tails are now being shipped to . points In nil parts of New England j to re-stock I he prlvati! hunting grounds of some of the- largo gun riubs of the east, according t° Konn Berk, lluli'hlnsun's pioneer wild nnlnu.1 dealer. Mr. HecU recently shipped n largo consignment, of rabbits to Chloopeo, Mass., to restock tlio large hunting estate which Is leased by the Chlcopoe Rod anil Hun Club. Another largo shipment WSH sent out yesterday to Koek- pnrt, Tex., to stock an Inland with rabbits. Mr. Heck receives inquiries from all pans ot the country for cottontails and Jnckrabbits and he buys them from nil over the. state In order to supply the demand. He also iloos considerable buying and selling of the r:irer forms of wild nnl- mals. Ho Is prot ring for shipment to Europe, a possum, a badger, a raei-non, a prairie dog, a bob- rat anil a lynx. Day'program nt the U. B., church In the evening. Phillip I-owls spent '.he weok ond with ht« friend, Kyle Englcr. WOMEN CN PROGRAM OF FARM BUREAU MEET. Several addition havo boon made to the program of the nnnunl mooting of tho Reno County Farm Bureau which will bo held at the Salem Community church Friday. Fred Beck will give an address of welcome for the Salem community In the Farm Bureau members from other parte of tho county. A response will be given by Harold l'ennlngton. Mrs. A. M. Davis and Mrs. C. W. Mnrpliy, two of the Reno county women who have been very active I.. Farm Bureau work will give talks. Mrs. Davis will speak on "Tho Place of Hurnl Women In the Farm Bureau." Mrs. Murphy will talk on "Home Demonstration Work." EDUCATION WEEK SCHOOL OBJECTIVES The seven cardinal objectives of c lucatlon which will bo emphasis­ ed at Senior and Junior high schools all nxet week are: good citizenship; Worth homo, membership, vocation and ethical character; fundamental processes; -worthy use of leisure and health. Bach of these divisions will be brought out In tho studies of oach day of tho week. Don't wait until your car goes bad, have us keep It In shape all (he time. Phone 59 liaglaud Kinsley Motor Co. 12-lt Clean clothes feel warmer than soiled ones. Lowls Cleaners. Phone 1335. ll-lt)t FARMING Warm weather and fnlr surface moisture during recent weeks has stimulated a heavy growth ot wheat In the southern third of Kansas and In some counties ot the northwest. Some fields of soft, winter wheat have actually Jointed and It was feared some would head out had It not been for the frosting temperatures of the 7th and 8th. Tho fall was so mild and favorable for plant growth that some volunteer barley In northwest Kansas actually headed out Hessian fly damage has shown up rather definitely In early sown wheat In many counties ot the eastern twothirds of Kansas, Fly Infestation Is not had this year west of Rush county. Wheat supply In farmer's hands Is getting rather low but sales continue fairly active at $ 1.25 to $1.30 at country shipping points, with a premium above these prices for high protein. Corn husking became very gen- •ral during tha past week moving In carlot and some going to cribs. Cheyenne Is the only county reporting a shortage . of buskers. Wages for husking are from 5 to 7 cents. In some of the central counties an In tho northeast the yields are rather disappointing, Corn la generally bringing from 80 to 85 cants, f. o. b. Some very lata cuts of alfalfa were taken during the past week— It being the fourth crop In many Instances. Many have left a good growth of late alfalfa for winter- protection. Fall seedlngs ot alfalfa are making fine show but there Is danger oi winter freezing unless moisture and snow covering are forthcoming. Alfalfa Is quoted at $16 to $30 In the western counties. Demand for prairie hay Is reported slow. Seven counties In the southern third report black leg of cattle, especially among young, fat stock. Market movement of cattle has been light and slow due to low price*. There has been some tendency to gel rid ot fat, young cattle and purchase older staff for wintering. The past week wit- nessed a heavy movement from grass to wheat pastures In southern counties. Sheep feeding Is heavy. Kafir heading and threshing made splendid progress during tha past week. Threshing yields have proven very satisfactory with 20 to 40 bushels quite general In the southern half ot the state.' The market Is active. TRAVELING MAN TO TRY DAIRY FARMING O. I*. Hamilton, a veteran salesman for the Folgers Ooffee Co., It starting a model dairy farm out on the Sylvia road, Just east of tho Darou Hatchery. He ii constructing a now dairy barn which Is- equipped with the latest type nt stanchions and other late dairy equipment. He expects to build in a high class herd of dairy cattle. I*M^HS»»M *> rfi ^%^iiMi'«^%^*«w»ws^a»*»>»M>^a» l »«»«*N%»*M0>**#<a»*»^ 24c SPECIALS m ^ I ±**~**mt* _TJIJV »1 Gflc Rubbor Sponges .24e *IOc Sunflake Soap (4-10c PkgB.) 24c 30c Tlntox (3-10c Pkgs.) 24e ^ 7Sc Chamois Skins (2-39c clusters).......24c -^^W •* 50c Melba lace Powder...,, 24c MAIL ORDERS WILL BE FILLED—POSTAGE EXTRA LOOKING BACKWARD (frtm the ril« «t The Nswt) CORNS Lift Off-No Pain! FIFTY YEARS AQO IN 1874. Rice county was trying to have a iiorlion of Reno county cut off and added to their county. Peace, now Sterling, was aspiring to tho county sent ot the proposed reconstructed county. The Hutchinson News had moved Into tho second story of the new Wilcox building on South Main stroet. F. It. Chrlsman of Hlllsboro, 111., stopped oft here and liked the town so well he deckled to live here and bought a residence on South .Main and was bringing his family here. Doesn't hurt one bit! Drop a little "Kreezono" on an aching corn, Instantly that corn slops hurting, (hen shortly you lift It right off with ringers. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezone" lor a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft, corn, or corn between the loos, and tho foot calluses, without soreness or Irritation. FORTY YEARS AGO IN 1884. Tho Hutchinson Democrat, was being published by A. L. Clark. The. former editor, Mr. Summers, having left for parts unknown. AVarron McK-ee was superintendent of the 'Western Union. Ben Blnnchard brought a special Pullman car of excursionists here from Indiana. Dr. Howard Justice, a friend of A. L. Forsha, was looking over the prospects of locating here. A CLEAR COMPLEXION Ruddy Checks — Sparkling Eves—Alost Women Can Have. Says Dr. Edwards, • Well-Known Ohio Physician. Dr. F. M. Edwards for 17 years trented scores of women for liver nml bowef ailments. During- these years he gave to his patients a prescription made of a few well- known vegetable ingredients mixed •with olive oil, naming them Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. You will know them by their olive color. These tablets are wonder-work- era on the liver and bowels, which causo a normal action, carrying off the waste and poisonous matter in Ono's system. If you hnvo a pale face, Ballow look, dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headaches, a listless, no- good feeling, all out of sorts, Inactive bowels, you take one ot Dr. -Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly for a time and note the pleasing results. Thousands of women and men take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets— tho successful substitute Cor calo- 'mel— now and then just to keen them fit. tr.c and 30c. THIRTY YEARS AGO IN 1894. Congressman Chester I. Long, newly elected, was here on his way to Ashland to make a speech. The Mandolin club, composed of Will Johnson, Rcece Johnson, Clarence Chapman and Rny Ream seranaded the Spooncr Dramatic Co. ut their hotel. The Baldwin, and wore Invited in for a social evening. Frank Woods entertained at a Pnnntom, party at his home at 101i> North Main Btreet. S. M. Johns and P. J. Lelmbach went hunting and bagged 74 ducks. TWENTY*YEARS AGO IN 1904. Mrs. E. L. Meyer entertained Informally for Mrs. B. W. Ladd who was visiting here for a few dayB as the family was moving from Denver, Colo, to Kansas City. Mrs. David Heryer gave a second party for Miss Olive Heryer, t bride of the month. The United States Kxprcss com pany was bidding for the business of the proposed Gulf, Hutchinson and Northwestern railroad. TEN YEARS AGO IN 1914. The Wichita Gridiron and their wives were tho guests of a dinner meeting of the Hutchinson club W. Y. Morgan acting as toast master. Mrs. Eustace Smith and Miss Martha Steele entertained at an American Beauty luncheon tor Miss Edna Schlaudt. Miss Ruth Moore and Miss Esther Mooro entertained for Miss Annabel le Do Tar of Detroit. Fine New Business Building Is Being Built on South Main have Resinol ready for scalds and burns The tormenting, insistent pain of a burn or scald is quickly subdued by Kcsinol Ointment. Its cooling ingredients remove the Inflammation, and hasten the healing. Cover the burn veil with Rcfinol and bandage with soft gauze. In severe burns or scalds covering a lar^y surlace always send for a doctor, Kcliuol (>K'ituu» at all di'iKui'tt. BaMUHFHNtVS REMEDY •CST FO« COLDS-GRI i The foundation has been completed and the brick walls lire being laid for the new two-story brick business building at the corner of Ave. F anil Main. Tho new building Is being constructed by A. J. Peugh, contractor for John G. Christopher ui Jackson-.Ulc, Fla. The structure is 7u by 150' feet In dimensions and will coal between $2"i.l"H) and J'.lu.OMl. The two large flout moms In the building will be occupied by the ("'. W. Christopher grocery store which is now located in a frame building at 825 South Main. The j rear of the building which is on , the Hoi k U'lanil siding, is being ; constructed tor a warehouse. The ' entire upt-lairx of tin- building will ! he divided up into 10 modern kitch- 1 entitle apartments. ! VALLEY Mrs. Grace Patten and Mrs. George Bacon gave a shower at the Patten home "last Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Lucile Co-iier. ly, whoso wedding day Is in the mar future. .Mr.-. Herbert Lyman is enjoying a visit from her brother and wife. .Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Schmidt ot Pittsburgh, Pa. They : ; r • eni-oute for Calilornia. Mr. Howard Corn.-r :oH i';:i'ii]v and his mother, Mrs. Rose Corner visited friends in the .n:. '.•••t.,™- the first ot the week. .Mrs. K. Dellulcr gave a birthday dinner for her iittlo daughter last Sunday. About twnnt.. ;tul« friends helped her celebrate. Mr. and .Mrs. 11. U. Myers of Hutchinson visited with Mrs. Myers' brother, Harry bugler's Sunday and attended the Woman's 24c SPECIALS 35c Daggett & Ramsdell's Cold Cream.... 24c 11 .00 DJer Kiss Double Vanity 24c 35o Lather Kream 24o 60c Ivory Manicure Tools, each ....24c S5o Pond's Cold Cream ......................24c Semi-Annual Toilet Goods Sale Joins Our 24th Anniversary Sale Thursday-Friday-Saturday We have planned our Semi-Annual Toilet Goods Sale for weeks. This is another feature of ' our Anniversary Sale. The hundreds of items mentioned on this page have not been on sale—so plan to be here early Thursday morning. Supply your present needs—prepare for cold weather. Buy your Christmas presents during this sale. Leather Bags $1.24 Each There are about 200 leather shopping bags la this special selling; large, medium and small sizes. Black and all staple colors represented. Regular values . to (3.95 at $1.24. LOTIONS 50c Jorgon 'B Benzoin and Almond Lotion ...35c 50c Hind's Honey and Almond Cream ..35c |1 Hind's Honey and Almond Cream ..75c 50c Quince Lotion, 30c 50c Turner's Lemon Lotion 35c 75c Bny Rum, Michelsen's Brand 50c Fragrant Perfumes 11.75 Azurea Perfumes, per oz. .$1.24 $3.00 Coty's Paris, [<| Chyre and L'Origan Porfumes, per oz $2.24 $2.50 Mary Garden Perfumes, oz ...$1.24 14.00 Houblganfs QuelqueB Flours, per bottle $3.24 $1.75 Houblganfs Ideal Perfume *1.24 $3.00 Houbigant's Ideal Perfume, per oz $2.24 50c and 75c Nips, Djer Kiss, Idaal and L'Origan Perfumos 24e 75c D]er KIBS Vanette 50e $1.00 Ben Hur Perfume, per oz. 75c $1.50 Mavis Perfume, per oz. 75c $1.50 Marinello Perfumes, per oz '. $1.00 50c. Standard Perfumes (Short Quantities) oz 24c Face Powders 85c Azurea Face Powder 69e 85c Le Trefle Face Powder »9c 85c Floramye Face Powder 69c 50c Java Rice Face Powder 38c' 50c DJer Kiss Face Powder 38e 86c DJer Kiss Face Powder 69e 60c La Blache Face Powder......38c 50c Zona Face Powder 38c 89c Coty's Face Powder ,. .79c 60c Pompelan Face Powder..38c 75c Mignonette Face Powder 29c 75c Garden Fragrance Face Powder 75e (One 25c Puff Free) $1 .00 Cappi Face Powder. $1.00 (One 26c Powder Puff Free) $1.00 Arraand'a Cold Cream Powder $1.00 (Two 10c boxes Mavis Talcum Free) Marlnollo's Blue Ameryl Face Powder $1.00 (One-Box of Rouge Free) Turner's Velvet Face Powder 65c (One Box Velvet Talcum Free) $1.00 Latn-Te Liquid Face Powder, 75c 65c Turner's Beauty Lotion 38e Jewelry Specials $1.24 Each $2.00 Lingerie Ribbon Gold Pins and Slides; $2.95 Indestructable Pearl Necklaces with Sterling Silver clasps; $1.65 to $2.25 Ever-Ready flash lights; $1.50 to $2.50 Men's Card Cases; $1.50 to $2.50 Ladies Card Cases; $1.75 to $2.50 Jeweled Bag Tops; $1.50 to $3.00 Bead Chokers with and without pendants. Compacts B0e Dorln Compacts i 24c $1.25 DJer Klsa Combination Powder and Rouge Compacts 24c $1.25 Mary Garden Combination Powder and Rouge Compocts 24c $1.50 Vantlne's Double Compact 76c 50c DJer Kiss Compacts 24c $1.00 Coty's Special Compacts, each. .85c $1.60 So'cy Pax Compact and Rouge $1.24 With 2 extra fillers perfumed with Narclsee Noir and L'Origan. Rougi es 50c DJer KiS3 Rouge 35e 00c Melba Rouge 24c 50c Dorln Rouge 36c 75c Mad Cap Rouge ...45e 60c Pompelan & Turner Rouges 33c Face Creams 50c Rind 's Honey and Almond Cream ..35c $1.00 Hind 's Honey and Almond Cream . .760 35c Daggett & Ramsdell's Cold Cream 24c S6c Daggett & Ramsdell'g Cold Cream 69c 60c Stlllman'e Freckle Cream 35c 60c Sem-pray Jo-ne-nay Cream 38c «0c Pond's Vanishing and Cold Cream 38c 35c Pond's Vanishing and Cold Cream 24c 60c Pompelan Night and Day Creams ..- 48e 50o Inghram's Milkweed Cream...38c $1.00 Inghram's Milkweed Cream..89e 25c Woodbury's Facial Cfeam, por tube 18c 50c Woodbury's FAcial Cream, por Jar 38e $1.00 Angelus Cleaning and Tissue Cream 75e 50c Boncilla Clay Beautifier 38c $1.00 Boncilla Clay Beautifier... .76e $1.16 Othine Freckle Cream 86e (Double Strength) $1.00 Fitch's Lemon Cream. 1 Pound size 76c $1.60 Turner's Mud Lava, Jar $1.00 60c Marinello Motor Cream 38c Popular Soaps!! 10c Creme Oil Soap, 14 cakees ror $1.00 10c Bocahelll Castile Soap 4 for Z4c 25c. Woodbury's Facial Soap 3 for 85e- 'Jha Packer's, Culicura and Resinal Soaps 3 for SBc 10c Jap Rose Soap 4 for 24e 15c Dr. Sayman's Vegetablo Soap 3 cakes for 33c 26c Palmer's Lotion Soap 2 for 35e 15c Gotham's Gold Stripe Silk Stocking Soap 3 for 24c 10c Kirk's Bath Tablets 4 for 24c 25c Marley's English Lemon Soap 2 for 24c 10c Kirk's Pine Tar Soap, 4 cakes, 24c 10c Colgate's' Big Bath Soap, Doz 95c 15c Lux, Flake Soap 6 for 66c TALCUM POWDERS 25c Mavis Talcum Powder 15e 25c Turner's Velvet Talcum 18c 26c Mennen's Borated Violet and Cream Talcum Powder 18c 26o Squlbbs Talcum Powder 18c $1.00 Coty's L'Origan Talcum 75c 25c Johnson's Baby Talcum 18c $1.00 Houbigant's Quelque Fleurs Talcum . .. 75c 25c Peter Rabbit Talcum Powder 15e ISc Standard Talcums 2 for 24c 75c Body Talcum (In fane tin box) 60e .0 X • :* Deodorants, Depilatories and Disinfectants 25c Listerlne, 3 Oz. Size 6 for $1.24 60c Listerlne, 7 Oz. Size 3 for $1.24[ $1.00 Listerlne, 16 Oz. Size 75c| 50c Lavoris Antiseptic Wash 35cl 25c Lavoris Antiseptic Wash 18c[ 60c Nonspl .35c 60o Od-Oro-No •.„> 39c 35c Od-Oro-No 24c $1.00 Od-Oro-No „»:.. 69c 35c Spiro Deodorant Powder 24c 30c Amolin Deodorant -... 24e 25c Mum 18c 76c Evan's Depilatory 59c 75c Od-oro-no Depilatory 59c 50c Neet Depilatory •. 38e $1.00 Wearwell Hot Water Bottle 65c The Wearwell Hot Watar Bottle is bright red in color with a black decorated collar. It is a big value—a good bottle which is guaranteed to give satisfactory service. $1.00 value, at 65c. Popular Shampoos 50c Mulsltled Cocoanut Oil Shampoo ..38 60c j e r g e n's Violet G I y - cerlne 2-b 10c W a n o u s S h a m p o o Bags, I for 24c KlraottiM °" c Lanchere'a » 3« Lemon Lus- ISwE»|« tro 35c tfr'JU r>0c Canthrox 35c 15c A m a m 1 Powder STiampoo, 2 for 24c 00c Fitch Shampoo 40o 10c West Softex Shampoo, 4 for Z4e $1.00 Fitch Ideal Dandruff Remover 75c Hair Brushes $1.00 Ihighes' Pullman Hair Brush 76c $1.25 Hughes' Ideal Hair Brush 98c 35c Keep Kloan Hair Brush...24c $1.00 Hair Brushes, various styles 69c Jl.50 and $2.00 Hair Brushes $1.24 (Our Birthday Gift—One comb F11EU with every Hair Brush). Mirrors 7nc Wood Back Mirrors, each 60c $2.00 Mack and Mahogany Wood Back Mirrors, each $1.24 $3.00 to $1.00 Black and Mahogany Wood Mtrrora.-each $2.25 $0.50 Ivory Pynilin Mirrors, Bonnet Shape, oach $3.24 Fragrant Toilet Waters $1.35 Azurea and Flora- ms'e Vegetal 95c $2.35 Azurea and LeTref- lo Toilet Water. $1.65 $1.25 Pinaud's Lilas Violet Vegetal 89e $1.25 DJer-ICIss Vegetal 89c $1.75 DJer-Kiss Toilet Water $1.2« $3.50 Coty's Paris and L'Origan $2.24 $3.00 Houbigant's Ideal . and Quelques Fleurs ; $2.60 $1.00 Colsntes' Famous Toilet Waters $1.00 Bluo Rose. Talcum FREE With Each Bottle.) , Tooth Preparations 60c Pepsodent Tooth Paste .S for 99o Stjulbbs' Mag-nesta Dental Cream 38c 60o Pebecco Tooth Paste S for »9c 25c Lyon's Tooth Powder ..18c 25c Euthymol Tooth Paste ..180 60c Forhnn'« Tooth Paste ..42c 25c Listerlne Tooth Paste ..ISc $1.00 ryorrhoclde Tooth Powder .....79c Tooth Brushes 45c Pro-Phy-Lac-Tlc Tooth Brushes 35c 25c Fine Tooth Brushes ....16c 3Dc Antiseptic Tooth Brushes ^4c 19c and 15c Tooth Brushes 10c Ointment—Refill Your First Aid Kit 25c Mentholatum ..18e 2 for .35o 10c Blue Seal Vaseline 07e 10c White Vaseline .07 16c and 20c Tube Vaseline 10o 50c Cuticura Ointment .-. 39c 15c Petroleum Jelly, 8 oz. 10c 25c Vaseline, Fancy Jar 15c Vi Inch Zinc Adbe- BCVO Tape 06c 1 Inch Zinc Adhe- save Tape 10c Manicuring Needs $1.50 Cutex Traveling Set....$1.24 $3.00 Cutex Traveling Set $2.24 $1.00 Cuter. Traveling Set 69c 00c Cutex Week En 1 ize 45c 35c Cutex Remover 24c 35c Cutex Cake and Paste Polish • 24c 35c Cutex Cuticle Comfort 24c 35c Cutex Nail White 24c 35c Lustrlto Nail Powder Polish 24c 25c Mild (High Luster) Nail Polish 1Ss lOe Pkg. (12 Emery boards) Special 06c GENUINE Gillette A great sped. ..uichaso of these Genuine Gold Plated Gillette Safety Razors—bought especially for our 24th Annivorsury Sale and Seml-Annual Toilet Goods Sule. Each razor is complete with tillletto blade, in a compact beautiful box. Brand new, right from the factory. You 've alwayB wantod one. Now Is your chance to got it| Just the razor for the Bobbed Hair Miss. Keeps' the neck white and smooth. Hair Tonics $1.00 Mahdoen Hair Tonic 76c $1.00 Herpicide 75c 60c Herpicide 46c 60c Dandorlne 45c $1.00 Pinaud's Hair Tonic 76e 50c Fitch Hair Tonic. Superba 24e 60c Vaseline—Oil of Petroleum 24c Bath Supplies 75c Lanchere Bath Salts 45c 26c Sadako Bath Salts 18c 50c Bathaswoet >.39c 85o Le Treflo Sachet, 1-oz. each 50c $3.25 Le Trefle Azurea Sachet, 4-oz. size, each $1.9S Knickerbocker Bath Spray Brushes $1.50 Brushes $1.00 $2.00 and $2.50 Brushes $1 .24 $3.50 and $4.00 Brushes $2.24 $4 .50 and $6.00 Brushes $3.24

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