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November 19, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS* WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1924 KSMITjQ SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS 10 lb. average, 2 12^ per pound Ov by the ham Th« cheapest <Ms year. TABLE onf PES 4f,c b3lket HOME MADE KRAUT 2 Ihr. 15c SPARE RIBS T3r. lb. f CAND1LD FRUITS for your Fruli Cake PHONE YOUR ORDER Phone 1500 7 South Main igGROCERYsMARKCT) CROSSWORD PUZZLE It you can guess 18 horizontal without reference to tho crosswords or H reference book, you may ho proud of your nducatlon. Anil 22 horizontal Is tho Anglicized spelling of n French term, which Isn't so hard. All of tho other words. Including !) and 13 vertical, should be found In you abridged dictionary. # •% tablets -Alt The First and Original Cold and Grip Tablet A Safe and Proven Remedy Tho box bears this signature Price 30c m PI OUT OF For ti years, millions have rubbed soothing, penetrating St.. Jacobs Oil rif:ht on tlio louder spot, and by the time they say .lack Robinson — out comes tho rheumatic pain and dls- (reus. .St. Jacobs Oil 13 n harmless |,Rheumntlsm and pain liniment which never disappoints and doesn't burn the sltin. It takes pain, soreness and stiffness from aching joints, muscles and bones; stops sciatica, lumbago, backache mid neuralgia, 35 cent uottlu guaranteed by all druggists. LANGDON Sunday night there -will be a special Thanksgiving program at the Christian church. The Farm Bureau nusrfllary will meet at the home of Mrs. Hoy Cranston Friday nfternoon this week. Toys will be made at tills time. t Mr. 0. R. Chrlsllp of Hutchinson Is. v|slting at tlio Hoy Cranston homo this week. Mr. Wm. Fullts and family visited relatives at Partridge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Washier were In Hutchinson Monday to attend a meeting ot the Reno County Athletic association. The fair board In a recent mooting elected V. S. Crlppen as president of our fair association for next year. Mr. Connelly as secretary and Mr. Medsker us treasurer. Those who attended the Farm Bureau meeting at Salem, were: V. S. Crlppen and family, Mr. and Mrs. O. (J. liailsbaek and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Cranston. Mrs. Arthur Hobbs entertained the Missionary Society at her home Friday afternoon. A largo crowd was In attendance. Mrs. li. li. Hallabark and Mrs. Glen ilailey are attending • the Homo J )i.-nionHtrntlou institute in Hutchinson this week. Tho high school basketball team went to Zenith for their gamo last Friday, Ihey camo back with the big end of the score. The return gamo will bo played here Ibis Friday night. The funeral for Mrs. S. Pickering was hold here last Sunday afternoon In charge of Mr. Lent, pastor of, tho Methodist church. A host of. friends followed the body to Arlington, where Interment was made beside her husband, who died li few months ago. Tho orchestra went to Pennlosa lust Saturday night and gave a concert lor a box supper tlioro. S • o o o • w * -b to 1 1 9e ^H| Hnj ~ m 9 Bi ** Horizontal. Existed. Relation of one number to another. Mounted troops. Highest adult mule voice. Pierced, ns with a horn. Procreated. Crown weak or thin from distress. Closed conveyance. A city In Italy—Napoleon's capita] there. Ten cent pieces. Openings In a wall or fence. A flat board for mixing pigments. A drain. The ninth day before the ides In the Roman calendar. Open courtyard around wfllcn a court Is built. (From the Spanish.) Field glass that fits both eyes. Highest points. Third person singular feminine pronoun. Vertical. The devil. Swung, as the hand. Towers used to store fodder. Given a rating. The Iris, the dried roots ol which are used as a scent. Gives. day with their aunt, Mrs. M. B, Dlrknson. Ilalph Jonci shopper! In Hutchinson Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker wore In Hutchinson Friday? Mrs. Hlla Sprout was hostess to the Nautilus club Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Hook and Aunt Nancy May were In Hutchinson .Monday. Calo Ely is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. E. h. McOsker were visiting relatives in Itiiichlnson Friday. Mrs. S. S. Russell Is quite sick with heart, troub'e Homer and Bert Stewart spent Suuday In Pratt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Stewart. Word was received here Monday of the sudden death ot Mrs. Geo. Wlnsor, at Preston. MrB. Winsor was an early Any settlor hero and her many friends were Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Howell ud shocked to hear of her passing on. Roman officials who had charge of buildings, games, etc i Large poisonous lizards. To freshen. A tortiflcntlon in which two sides meet at an angle. Ladies. A swine, especially a younger one. An Instrument tor seining fishes. A dark brown paint. Small' lakes. A large farm. Comparative of nice. Weighty volumes. „ Answer to Yesterday's Crossword | Puzzle. TURON Chas Jones made a business trip to Hutchinson Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Collopy and Mrs. Hazel Tlllery went to Dll- wyn Tuesday to arrange for a big sale at the general merchandise store. Mr. Collopy recently bought out that place. Homer Stewart was In Hutchinson Thursday. Mrs. Geo. Jones is very sick with the mumps. Mr, W. V. Hicks is on the sick list. Mrs. J. W. Potter was a Hutchinson shopper Saturday. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gene TubbR Thursday. Tho Woman's Home Missionary Boclety met at tho home of Mrs. Wulter Jones Wednesday. About forty were present. The Christian Aid society met at the homo of Mrs. Thacher Thursday with a good attendance. Mrs. Frazier and Mrs. Wilma Clem visited In the C. M. Foulk and Mallle Tlllery homes last week. Mrs. Cora McMmry came home Friday from Hutchinson, returning Sunday, to caro for her son, Al-', l'red. who is In tho Grace hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Halfin are Pratt visitors today, Wednesday. Rev. Ramsdalo and H. M. Grum- mem were Hutchinson business visitors TueBday. Mis. S. C. 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Karnak Is sold In Hutchinson exclusively by A. & A. Drug Co., aud In Arlington exclusively by Clapp's 0ruf Store. ^_ , Golf Has Moit Players. Baseball la usually thought ot ns tha popular American gnmo and this Is true In the sonso that greater numbers are interested In the game ns somothlng to watch, hut aB a game to play, golf has by far outstripped any other game among Amerlcnns. It Is participated In by more men and women above 39 years of age than any other single pastime. All tmslness books In Mexico must be kept In tho Spanish languago and failure to comply with the law results in heavy tines. HUTCHINSON/* KANSAS^*KANSAS. Sacrifice Sale of Higher Price Coats $55 and $59.50 Models Representing the Handsomest Coats Your Money Can Buy, Have Their Prices Clipped to K Why are you Reducing Prices on Coats Now!—when good coats are none too plentiful? That will probably be your first question. The answer is To Reduce Stocks in We bough too many of the higher priced models—So in order to reduce stocks and find new owners for these coats—rather than run the risk of carrying them over to next season— , 5 We Have Cut Their Prices to the Manufac- >! turer's Cast, and Less These Are Not Trick Coats That have been manufactured by the sweat shops of New York, for sale purposes—But the same High Class Beautiful Models that you have seen and admired, hanging on our racks. Made by the best designers. Beautiful lined and inter lined. Every coat desirable in style.—in Quality—and in every other detail. Measuring up fully to the demands that even the most critical woman could make. Splendidly tailored of high class fabrics. The most approved winter models. The assortment is large and offers ample scope for selections, and it would be impossible to duplicate these coats in the wholesale markets to day at the price we are offering them to you today. •The Curtis Store Co.

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