The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 15, 1924 · Page 11
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November 15, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 11

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1924 THE HUTCHTNSON NEWS, J»AGE ELEVEN AMONG THE MOTORISTS AND MOTOR DEALERS KEEPING TAB ON ROAD AND BRIDGE WORK JBig Map at County Engine*'* Offica Show* Everything. IT'S FULL OF PINS Each Pin with Colored Head Indicate* Where Road and Bridge Work ia On. i A large map ot Reno county j hanging on the -wall In the office \ of the county engineer at the court • house ha» a lot of pins, with different colored heads sticking In It. Every pin means something, and : every different color Indicates ! something.. Each piece ot bridge I construction, every piece ot road •work, every place where work is j to be done of any kind is Indicated with a pin. The white pins show where Ice Jams were blown up along the big river. The red pins show where Improvement work is to be done. Fins of another tint represent the concrete bridge work under construction. There are mors ot these pins, representing concrete bridge work along the Nlnescah than any other stream In the county, for that little stream, meandering and curving through the county requires more fcrldgee and culverts than any other. Built 1a Bridget. During the past year, from October a year ago to this October the county bridge gang has built IS concrete bridges and culverts, and most of them on the Nlnescuh. They are now finishing up some work on mile 10 of the Harper road. Seven culverts, all concrete, have been put In recently on this road, which It the main county road south from South Hutchinson. The county gang is now at work on a new bridge on the Ninoscah in Troy township, at the Good enough place. From there they go (to a bridge on Silver creek in Langdon township, and then they will go to a bridge In Lode township. Another bridge to be cared tor soon Is in Roscoe township where a span has washed out. Other Construction Work. Other wars? during the past year by the bridge gang, besides the 18 new concrete bridges and culverts Includes the construction of four spillways, of 60 to 80 feot, along streams to protect roads from washing In time of high water. All these are of concrete. A road gang is now working on the state aid road west of Medora, grading and Improving It on east from the turn to Buhler, on to the Harvey county line, where it will connect with a north-and-aouth road from Bun-ton. ed a new Ford Sedan and Is learning to drive It. Mr. Williams who Is working -on the Medora road Is batching In the shack on Mr. Field's farm. Margarote Bnrnes has returned to school after being absent a few days from getting a fall at the school. EAST EUREKA Kdd Hoffsess,' Will Dlggs. Frtd Houston and. the Oberg brothers threshed their kaftlr this week. County Superintendent S. P. Rowland visited our school Wednesday and made an Interesting talk to the children. Edd Hoffsess Is enjoying a vlelt with his brother and family from GIDorado. His mother from Missouri Is also here spending a few weeks. Mr. Will Dlggs and family are visiting relatives In western Kansas and Colorado. They expect to ho gono about two weeks/ Ray Rlcksecker arid wife spent Sunday with his mother Mrs. Ellen Rlcksecker. Mr. and Mrs. Houston entertained relatives from Sterling last Sunday. Chester Coleman and family attended JI family reunion at the home of Jho. W. Glass Sunday. Reo Sedan HILLSIDE Mr. H. C. Warner was a business caller at Arlington Wednesday afternoon. Harry Cusad, Azem Minor, Tom and Elmer Mclver wore callers at the Will Rutledge *home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Belden and Miss Thelma - Bonner visited at Sterling Sunday. Horry Graham was at Arlington Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Mclver visited Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Mary Short ot Partridge, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Dlllard took dinner Saturday at S. P. Burllng's, J. K. Grabor of Pretty Prairie took his borses home Tuesday from the Red Bluffs. Joe Schwab shredded corn this week. • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Casad were shopping at Hutchinson Tuesday. Mr. Harry Borders and family visited at Mr. Rutledge's Sunday afternoon. We clean $1000 gowns but wo aro lust as careful with *2U dresses. Lewis Cleaners. Phone 30I-TI ^SEI Butter-Krusr [DoesNot Crumble/ j Try it /'I Too Many Law* Over Traffic Is Complaint Indianapolis, WOT. 15 —There are too many traffic laws. That Is the belief expressed by C. C. Hanch, vice president of the National Automobile Chamber of ICommerce, la an address here. 'American cities are placing the chief burden of traffic on their al(ready over-worked police forces/' 'said Hanoh, "instead of making [studios of transportation neods and planning the routing of traffic and improvements on the basis ot these studies. 'Brnry large city needs • traffic commission to study Us railroad, electrle and motor vehicle facilities and to map out plans of operation on a basis of maximum efficiency and service, "The opening of a few streets In many cities and the economic routing ot commercial vehicle traf. fie will be helpful both to shipper and publle. : •"Speed Is a relative matter, depending upon the time of day, the [Place, and the conditions ot road land weather. What .we need moat lis not the clamping down of an jnrbltrary speed law, but the quick land safe dispatching ot traffic at irates of speed suitable to the conditions. I "We need more parking Instead of moro 'no parking.' Facilities at (cost should be provided for the 'nll-dny parker, and everyone should |be permitted to leave his machine lat a given place long enough to at- :t«nd to reasonable errands. Constructive rather than repressive traffic programs should be every lity'u goal." BEDELL Gareld Fast Is under the doctor's care and will be taken to the hos- pitul this week to take a course .of treatments. ( The Jones Bros, have purchased hay bailer and are balling. S. E. Stoughtons had a family enunlon at their country home Sunday. \ Miss Helen Harrison was on the lck list the first at the week. Margaret Barnes fell on tho stairs leading to the basement at union valley school Monday and hurt her back in such a manner It threw her Into convulsions a Dr. was called who took her to the hospital. Mr. Norman of Hutchinson haB moved on the north farm of Mr. W. H.' Field, Messers Blia Mendoll Joe Chance |md Hsrley Lord of Alva Okla. visited at the L. A. Mendell home Thursday and Friday returning home Saturday. , Mrs. Lelrman visited- this week with her parents. Mrs. J. R. Sanders has purchas 20th Anniversary Model NOW ON DISPLAY See It In Our Sales Room Price $1595 at Lansing, plus tax HASKARD MOTOR CO. Phone 243 17, 1st West Read the Classified Ads in The News - Herald An Invitation to Attend t Display Week Authorized Ford dealers of this vicinity invite you to see their full showing of Ford Closed and Open Cars on display at their show rooms this week. Even though you do not intend to buy a car now, this special exhibit will help you to decide which body type will serve you best. You are invited to examine the interior fittings of the Fordor 'Sedan, Tudor Sedan and Coupe. Note ' the many features of comfort and convenience, beauty and utility which mark Ford Closed Cars especially • for distinction and practical service the year round. Come any day or evening this week. Fordor Sedan'685 Tudor Sedan '590 Coupe '525 Touring Car '295 ( AH price* F.O.B . Detroit) Runabout '265 Open Models—Demountable Rims and Suiter '85 Extra THE DAVIS-CHILD CO. 25 Miles ^Gallon 58 Miles per Hour 25 Miles » S Seconds^ With a full sense of the serious* ness of the statement—carefully weighing the meaning of every word—Chrysler-Maxwell engineers, without reservation, pwsvnlse you, in this new Maxwell, performance surpassing in every essential any four-cylinder car in the world today. To make that sweeping assurance more definite and specific — we promise you in speed, in power, in pliability of power, in swift response, and even more particularly in riding steadiness and comfort, results no four-cylinder car has yet been able to attain. To go still further into details, the new.Maxwcll has speed capacities far beyond any car of its type and class, and in the rare instances in which they may have to be used, will register them with an absence of vibration without precedent in four-cylinder construction. Chrysler-Maxwell engineers have been actuated by^the conviction that in addition'to its inherent and natural economies, the four- cylinder principle possessed possibilities of power and speed capably of being translated into ease and steadiness which have never been fully developed. They set out to overcome what have all too readily been accepted in the past as limitations in the four-cylinder engine and to convert these limitations into positive advantages. No one can doubt that success haa crowfted theitefforts, after even so short an experience as a half hour'* driving demonstration of the car* Judged by the unusual and extraordinary character of its performance, this Maxwell is literally a new and immeasurably better type of four-cylinder motor car. a /of tfce Ro r*reildent and Chairman / ot tfce Boertl Maxwell "Motor Sales Corpormtlon, DatroH M»iw«il-Ou-r*l«r Motor Co. of Cutda. LttL* Windsor, One. Balloon tires, natural wood wheels, stop-light, transmission lode, Duco finish standard on all Maxwell models. Shrouded visor, Integral with roof, and beater are standard on all doted models. Touting Car, upholstered in genuine Spanish leather * . $ 995 Club Coupe> upholstered in genuine Spanish leather • 1025 Club Sedan* upholstered in beautifully patterned fine cloth - 1095 (Extra for genuine Spanish lssthsr $151 Sedan, upholstered in genuine mohair plush - - . 1345 Alt Jrtets /. o. b. Dttroit} iaut uirs THE DICK HULLAND MOTOR COMPANY Chrysler SALES AND SERVICE Maxwell 19 FIRST EAST—PHONE 478 Geo, M. Compton Lamed, Kans, ASSOCIATE DEALERS Jolly and Hayden Stafford, Kans, CHRYSLER SIX This Wonderful OLDSMOBILE Six COUPE BODY BY FISHER, Phona 337 Authorized Ford Dealers Hutchinson 2nd and Washington "f. f. h. 7„ m*' * "» F OUR passengers ride in perfect comfort in this Oldsmobile Coupe. Its Fisher body is unusually roomy and beautifully upholstered. On shopping tours, there is ample room for packages inside—and a handy and much larger compartment beneath the rear deck. With the famous Oldsmobile six-cylinder L-Head engine, Delco electrical equipment, Harrison radiator, positive 1 pressure-feed luhrication, and a dry disc clutch—this Coupe will master any driving condition in city or country. Frankly, at $1175, this Coupe Qffers remarkable value— and you can buy it on the most liberal time payment f>lan ever devised! PANNING & ISERN Phane 20 120-122 First West Or' GENERAL MS

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