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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, November 13, 1924
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAf.E FIVE. :_ _.. } VALLEY FUTURE IN SUGAR BEETS Santa Fe Freight Agent Sees Big New Industry In Increased Acreage. The sugar boot Industry In tho Arkansna Valley litis taken a decided upward trend, according '.o Clark Davis, Santa Fo dlvlsljti freight agent nnd S. V. .inrrell of Topeka, wlio in In chai-Ro of tho Santa I'e agricultural work, who made a trip through the beet growing district around Larnod the tlrst of thin week. Mr. Davis ropont that 700 acres of beets were grown during the past year and the total yield i >f that acreage amounted to 200 carloads ot beets. The Garden City Sugar and Land Co. built a BUB«V at. Lamed this year in beet dump order to 10 fucllltato handling the beets. The dump la automatic nnd will unload a wagon or truck load of beets in three minutes. There Is n mechanical conveyor at the dump which carries Iho beets up nnd dumps them into tho railroad car. Unusual Returns on Test. "Remarkable returns were secured on a test tract of eight acres owned by Senator K. IS. Frlzell," Mr. Jarrell stated -ii "Bach acre on JGMTCU BL .iw the tract produced an average ot 22 9-t5 tons of beets which tested 17 percent sugar content. The yield ot beets In that locality ranges generally irom 10 to 17 tons per aero and the average test la from 12 to 1G percent sugur content. "The loaders In the Lamed sugnr beet movement are Senator Frlzell, H. M. Halloway, A. H. Moffat and Leslie R. Wallace, editor of the Tiller and Toller. There are 110 b slness men and farmers in that locality who havo r 'er planted beets or contrib"'ed to syndicate fields of beets which were grown at a profit, oven though all tho labor was hired. After Sugar Factory. "The people around Larnod tro organizing to sign up 2,500 acres of ground for tiio production of been next year and In 1920 they expect to have 5,000 acres signed up, which will be the required amount to get the Garden City Sugar and Land Co. to build a sugar factory there," ho explained. Experiments on sugar beet raising are to be tried at Kinslen Dodge City and here next year. Mr Jarrell rtatos that tho soil experts at tho Kansas State Agricultural College report that the soil at all those places la admirably adapted to beet growing. It is similar to tbat around Garden City. ARLINGTON Miss Bentley spent Saturday and fiunday at her home at Sterling. Mr. Carmlchael and son of Kingman spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Pennington and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas spent Sunday with relatives at Partridge. MrB. Lilly Sims visited relatives at Hutchinson tho last ot the week. Pat Portel of Oklahoma City spent Sunday with his parents here. Mrs. Lena Meek 1s spending » coujlla ot weeks visiting — In Blackwell, Okln. Mr. and Mrs. Popejoy of Lang- ilon. were visitors here Saturday. Mr. lientley nnd son of Sterling were among the visitors here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Vlnce Baker, returned home from a few days visit at Macon City, Mo., Monday. Their daughter Grace, accompanied them home. Mrs. L. S. Logan, who has been ouito sick Is reported as being a little better this week. Mrs. Will Norman of Missouri Is spending a few days visiting relatives and friends here. Mr, and Mm. James Pennington were Hutchinson visitors Saturday. Joe Jones and family of Partridge visited In our city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas moved to the Will French farm east of town, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Mctver ot Hutchinson, were visitors hero tho last ot the-jveek. Mr. Brlckett of Abbyvills visited in our city Sunday. Attend the revival meetings at tha M. E. church this week. Mr. Fay Thrasher was a Hutchinson shopper Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Roberts and boys spent Saturday at Hutchinson. Farmers are shucking corn, and topping kafflr corn, and some shelling, and threshing has been done. Wheat looks fina but a good rain is needed. Miss Pauline Pnyuo was among the county scat visitors the last ot the week, Mrs. Neunschwonder and daughter Esther, who have been at Wichita, havo returned borne. Herman Brcidcnsteln of Turon spent Sunday at home, with his parents. Quite a number ot people from hero attended tho late Mrs, Pickering's funeral at Langdon Sunday afternoon. For a number of years tho Pickering family lived here. Mis. Sally Pickering died at tho home of, her daughter, Mrs. Davis In Colorudo. She loaves three sons ami one daughter bosldo a large circle ot friends to mourn her loss. Tho funeral service was held at Langdon and tho burial was in the Arlington cemetery. The bereaved family have the sympathy ot their friends In this their tlmo of sorrow. Victor Puce was among the visitors at Partridge, Sunday. Miss Viva Breidonstelu entertained Miss ilenu Neunschwonder, Sunday. i.i. and Mrs. Will Spence arc enjoying u visit from her sister and husband of Texas. Tho.Farm Bureau met al. Troy school house Tuesday evening. The meeting was fine and a largo' crowd attended. Mrs. Uurllng and daughter Mabel, visited in Hutchinson Saturday. Chas. Leshuro of Hutchinson spent Tuesday evening In our city. Mr. and Mrs. Sum King received tho sad news, ' Tuesday, of the deuth of their daughter, Mm. llama Sanders ot New Mexico. Tho family have tho sympathy of their friends here. Miss Florence Fowler who has been working at Waverly, Kan., returned homo the first of the week. is better and seems to be getting along all right. The now garage opposite the postofflce has begun -ti, take shape. Ralph Rltter has been working hard to got the building finished heforo bnd weather. Ho hns the blocks made and* on the ground. Tho foundation Is completed . Dad Moundy Is making fifteen hundred blocks tor the Raymond Methodist church basement. A good many names were called by the election board who had not voted. Tho number o( ballots cast in this precinct was 244. Alen was the first precinct In Rico county to bo In with a report at Lyoue. Wednesday evening Alden observed their annual Father and Son banquet. This Is a community affair. Prof. London was here to speak at tho Chapel hour for tho school. He remained and addressed tho Father and Hon banquet There were other members on the program. A flue lunch was served which had been prepared by the domestic sclonce department. Wo clean $1000 gowns but we are Just as careful with $ao dresses. Lewis Cleaners. Phone 1335. IMOt To insure a supply of fresh air to the interior of closed automobiles, a ventilator to bo installed in the roof and which operates when the car is in motion, Is being made. DYING MAN'S WORD MAY CONVICT FOUR WYLIB (LEFT) AND WILLIS NEWTON Chicago, N OT. 12.—From the mumbling lips of Wyllo Newtonmore dead than alive—may come tho story that will send seven of Newton's supposed confederates to prison for alleged participation In last spring's spectacular $3,000,000 Rondout (III.) mall train robbery. ALDEN. Grandma Stelnmetz Is visiting with her daughter Mrs. Fair in Emporia Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Grosdldler took Sun. day dinner with the Sam Stelnmetz family. Tho union revival which closed last Sunday Nov. 2 brought several now members to the Alden churches. Others are coming in to membership next Sunday. Some havo been members of other churches. The Alden people are planning t attend the Sterling revival Tuesday night which Is Farmer's night. Alden will be represented at the Rico county Sunday School conven Hon at Geneseo Thursday and Frl emune ASPIRIN Wylle Newton and his brother, Willis, have already pleaded gulty to taking part In the robbery. Living in the shadows It Is only a matter ot tlmo before Newton dies, according to doctors at Bridewell Hospital. Wylle was shot down by tho lenders of tha robbers presumably for disobeying orders. Five bullets in all entered his body. One bullet pierced his Jaw, and In an effort to hlrio Wyllo from searching officers, his companions allowed the wound to go without proper treatment. Now Infection hns sot. in and tho juwbono Is being eaten away. Doctors say the disease soon will reach his brain and that will be tho end. He Is bring fed liquid nourishment through a tube and part of the time he is unconscious. Hut In his fleeting lucid moments authorities are seeking to find from his Jumbled words the evidence that will convict his seven companions ot the audacious hold-up. GIFT COUNTERES HEAVILY LADEN Christmas goods are arriving every day B . local stores. Somo merchants uro already bu«y putting them on show. Posuos-Wright opened a gift shop yesterday alter- noon on second ftoor displaying all sorts of novel trinkets including some very beautiful bronze .book ends. Importod Chinese brass wear and polychrome placquos. The shipment ot seven bngs of wool from Alaska to Portland, Oregon, this summer has brought the residents hope of a new era tor the Aleutian Islands. SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN and INSIST I Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are „™ ~ not g . d } ing the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe day ot this week, November i3th j by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 vears for and 14th. The Methodist and Evan- JL— J y J-'"-»<"'-' ->t jedia lor gellcal pastors are on tho program Tho Methodist church had the furnace In working order Sunday. It Is not completed but It works and will provide plenty of heat. Mr. Blair of Sterling lias been helping to Install it The Raymond (Methodists have been looking over the basement of tho Alden church as they are putting In a basement under their church. Mrs. Abbott and Galen drove to Coats. Kansas Sunday to visit with Eunice who has been sick and threatened with appendicitis. She Colds Pain Toothache Neuritis Headache Neuralgia Lumbago Rheumatism lCce Pt onl^f "Bayer" package which contains proven directions. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablct*^Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggists. Atplrln 1> the trad* nurk of Hirer Huufutnr* ot MoaMcetlcicldutu >f Btllc/llcidd frlendB Friendly, Fair, Fireproof When you visit Kansas City stop at the Modern, 3trlctly Fireproof. i Hotel Sherman Ninth and Locust St. B C. H, Thomas, Mgr. Just & threo block walk to business district. Convenient to theaters. Away fron: the noise. 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And prunes provide remarkable values at low cost. Compare their price with other foods that offer anywhere near the same combined deliciouv ness, food value and healthfulness. 60,000 doctors recommend them as an ideal breakfast fruit. Ask your grocer for Sunsweet Trunes in Cartons. Prepare as suggested below. Then serve this appealing, beneficial fruit for breakfast tomorrow. A QUICK METHOD TO COOK BREAKFAST PRUNES Wash SUNSWEET PRUNES, cover -with hot -water and allow to soak one hour. 'Bring to the boiling, point in the same water in -which they weresoaked, (over and coot untilprunes are tender, from thirty to forty five minutes. ^Add sugar ten minutes he/ore removing from Stove, tallow one tablespoon to one { td before soakinger cooking. If a thick syrup is desired, remove prunes to serving <d boil the liquid until it uofthe desired consistency. iA little orange peel, lemon cup of prunes, measuret dish when tender, am juice or Stick cinnamon improves the favor for some taStes. 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