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PAGE TEN. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS ERADICATE THE PRAIRIE DOGS DAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1924 jvniunliiy ul Ktnporla. Amoim thnsti present wore Bugem; Cool, Kriii -Kt -Murphy mid family, Krtiv. Dumm, and Chun. Dlohl nml f-imlly. . ilenrge Ewlng of WlchlU was tln> Thanksgiving Day gnust of OmirKn llrady, Jr. A. E, Oman, Rodent Control; Specialist, Here to Start Campaign, A. H. Oman, ii m >re*i?iuative of j lliu Hurcfiu nf -Vntloniil lllologlcnl 1 Survey, who Is now In cliHrgi! of | rnikint routm! In this Hint*, IH \ KpuurlJngr 11 few clays horo assisting j dmnty Agent H. W. McC'itll In nr- raIIKIHK » I'i'ini'niKii fnr thn oradi- ration of pnili'lrs ilngw wtili'h will lif* curi'l'.''! on In (Ills county noxt month. llr. Oinnn will present tho iiouil for county-wide support In carrying on thi> ranipnlpn lit n mauling of Ho' lownslilp tniBlci'S lit " n'i'knU tninurrnw Hfli.-nini.ti fit llo- Viirm Htirrmi i.iTiif. Tim tniKtur-t \ nrf> ID lii' H.-.I.. il In lli'lp In till' ills-! ti'lljiiMiin or the |i>ilr>nn<-il nrnln Hi I tlui f.'inniTs in thflr tmrii*hlit tlnil. IIRVO prulrl'i ilni: Inriisliillnii <inj iln-lr farms. | . TIIP ri'Piirflv li..fi hy V. s. Crip-1 pi-n. rnnii'T rininty Rm'iit, kliow 1 1'rnm tlh' snrvy mtnli' lu<t ' i^uiinit'i Unit ihi'i'i' w'l'i-i' thi'ii ::,^IHI , nrfis of liinil in IliN i-iHuity inhnti- Iti'il hy I'l'iiirlt; 11114 tiiwn.i. Tun thniiMUl.l ucri'S in' llial lainl mi ovrr l"'i .ilifri-ri'ii! I;ir)iis wim: treated in tluil lime hut rains at Unit si'iisnn nf 1 tit-, yar prevented the pnlKnn from killing IIM many nf tlui iluy:i ,IN would have Iteeii Ilie. mine ti If liad not rained. Mr. Oman says that tile pniirfc flOKS il"cr.'asi' the [iroiliH.-tlvene.i.i of pastoro land nlnnit r >0 percent nml that thi> rust of klllliifr (hnm Is nnly shunt la rents an acre.. Ho Rflvoi-ati's pnttirur out poisoned nais aniiiiul the holes i\t two different limes atitiut In days to two weeks apart. Thai, will kill about 95 pi'i'i'i'iit nr the IIORS. Thn re- oininiiiL' five peri'tml, lie says can II" fll'SllVl.Vf 'll In- (lie use nf cy- imlil.. iimths m mmu \ Jamil Lloyd Erwln. .lames t,Inyd Brwtn, son of Mr. nml -Mrs. A. W. Krwln of 8211 Third Avo. enat filed yesterday at n lorml lionpllnl aflor a short lllnem). The funoral will ho held from tho Prlom'ii Funeral Homo Saturday iiflciiiooii At 2 o'clock, Intermtnt In Falrlawn cfunptory. Ho WRB lioni at I.i«ralur, Noli., Uce. H. 1 HOT. and IK survived by his parpnls, nnd five brothers and ono ulster, Mrs. \V, II. CriiU'hflcld. i Murrfl Krwin, Clyde Krwln, ,lohn ( Krwln, Wade lirwln anil Hlchard I Erwln. ! Had Funeral Today, t-'uneral jf»Tiifi'« \\t;vv. tiold today , at. th« tvleacii l'uni-rul home at 'I j o'clot'k I'nr Mr.-'. Hosa Hurkinaster ; wlin illi'd Tuesday inornliiK. liner- I nit nt was in lOnstslde cemetery. Joaeph Stafford. .In»"iili Stafurd, lined CT yiriira,, inif u( tin' old settliTH of the coiin-; ly, dii'il this morning at Ills eiiun-; ify /mm'! six east uf Nicker-; i^iin. l-'or tho piut forty yi-ars he i lias IM'IMI a resident near Sterling and N'lekerson. He Is survived by j lii* wife. Fuuarnl arranKenicnts vill be announceil later. I PITTSBURG IS STATE CHAMP Football Championihip of Kansas Conference to Pittsburg College. KANSAS CONFCRINCC. Ttnm ~ \\. l'lltsbllrf? Toachfirs *> l'ollri:p nf ICiiinoriii. i; Hli-rllli).- !> l-'airinitunl Ti Kiiium* \Vfl.iltvun-. r, Jti'lhanv A KnipnrlH Niiriunl ,. :i ,Southww.O.'rn tt Vrtpnttf X Hays Ti'iichcra ... ^ .Mcl'licruun tl ttiikftr S St. -Mary's 2 Ottawa z ll.'tli"! 1 Washburn 1 Oop. I'ts. hi If it ;.a •in till sit "3 IS la I;;I 53 M «a us 121 PICKED UP AROUND TOWN It. W. llnei'iimaster went, to Stnffiird ycsii'iday to attend the Stnffiirtl-St. .lohii ftiiilball KHIIIO. II. S. Snede.kcr, traveling freii/lii aseiit lor tlie MI-.-HIII'I I'acifli: went to Klllnnonii loday mi busiiie.--s. Mis« Miielab Itreeilon has aeeept- eil a position a.-i st''iioj;raiibei' with tho MiXiiKhten Inifstnienl com- puny. Miss May ll.wi's, one or the local teachers. Is spending the Thiinksislvinjs vacation with her sister ai Unrili-u.- W. S. lty.-vs of 1407 Seconii a\e. east has moved his residence to a new farm buupalow across I he road ironi I.nice Itedell. The 1toj Seoul troop under Father M. I.. K ii I ii enjoyed u weiule roasi. lasf night at the Hums' lod^e. There Were about lti Kuest^. C.-lia llollaway formerly well Ihe May Abstiact c.impany now in Hie loan deparlmeiil of the -MeNiiphteu iiive>iiinent company. 1,. (i. Hickman of the farm de- Onrtiiiein of MeN'anliteii's is spend- inii llir «."•(. in poifitif of tcef-tfrn Kii:.. on hc.siii.<s tor the eoui- pjiiy. \'.'. .1. JI"iiiy of .llc.V>ii.'litr-n't; niot- ored to si.j-iin^ yesicrdny it. at- teitil ilie st.'i-lini' eolleiie hunie coiu- iim fool ball mtme ivijii Hays Normal collelie. A iiiiiiil.il' of Die Seniai' bii:)i school boys are spending their Thnnl.i'^ivin^ vacation juuiieio< VO]ie in the Iron I. yaril. Two of llo' boys are iiMplriiiils tor 111" blub ncjooi tool 1 all irijuihl ne.M year. W. .'.1 has been reeeive.l here of the birth of liorothy Klalne to Mr. nml Mrs. lU.iiier '*>. Vrock of Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 2-1. Mrs. Prock will tie leiiieinbereil lien, as Miss Lena Krnsi. Kiilph Cody of the Cody Transfer accidentally mashed a fluKer Mils morning ..bile Irvine to lift a wash machine that u'a.i to be mo. ed. The machine slipped out of lit' bunds nml the roller rolled over I lie fin'iel'. A uroii;i of ltutchlhHun people littoiii'.'d ihi.- Kan>ois Stati Normal ami tin Collei;e of Kmpuriii game Frank L. Blxltr. Frank I* lllrler, axed -I."., iliod ihls mornlui; at his homo, 127 Kaat Carpenter street, after an Illness of two weeks, ifo la survived by hia wife and two children, Orin and Violet and two brothers and three sisters. J. \V, lllxler of Hutchinson; Alva lUxlor of Sllek, Okla,; Mr», C. M. Rlchardu and Mrs. C. H. Wilson of (his city and Mrs. Mary Bonier of Roy, New Mexico. Mr. Uixler had been a resident of Hutchinson since lSuo. Bring Body Here. The body of .1. H. Hllgarten who died Wednesday morning at Clovls, N. M. will arrive from Ctovls tomorrow morning and the funeral will bo held from Johnson's Funeral homo at .1:30 o'clock. The Hiirvices will be under tho misplces of the Masonic lodge. Mrs. Htl- sarleu Is the sister of Mrs. Hoy Sanders of 2t Ave. CS east. Interurban Car Off Track Caused Delay A. Y. I. car No. 0, duo here at in: nr. thU morning took tvw> tracks at n awitcli at Second and Main at 11) o'clock and delayed the service for more than half an hour. Tho first trucks, tiirnhiK east. Into Secutid, took the curve all rlitht, hut the rear trucks started north In Main, but staying on the track. The wheels never left the mils but. a half hour was necessary, with the help of one ear In front and a delayed freight motor interurban behind, to get it back again. A defective switch canned the trouble. In a few minutes there was a considerable traffic Jam at that corner and street ears hud to turn around ami transfer jiassi'iipers. Tfii'i'l.a. Kalis., Nov. 2s,--Tlio foutball championship of tin; Kansas Conference today rests with tho I'ltlsburg Teachers—a championship slluiilly tarnished by tho scoreless He Inflicted by Ottawa University yesterday. The Manuals havo a clear title to Hie crown, hut It took a battle to the death with the Ottnwnns who hud lost six of their «!>;bl previous contests, to keep that litio clour. The rivalry that lusplres the annual Thanksgiving Day fights upset the orthodox "dope" In more than one game. Be«ides tho fallttro of Plltsuurg to trample Ottawa, thero was the unexpected denouncement at Sterling, where Hays Tcuchors proved tho undoing of the bulldogs by a k to 6 count and dropped them Into third place. The College of Emporia, by a slnglo field goal, was slil« to eke out tho victory over tho Normals that was necessary to displace Sterling In second placo and Kansas Wesleyan scorceless for threa quarters, emerged with a 340 win over Bethany at LIndsborg In the final period, and crept up to fifth rn.ik. Falrmount. outplayed Friends, but. was able only to count a G-0 shut out In the annual city match, tbo victory placing (he Shockers In fourth place. Washburn and Baker played an even game, but Baker could gain when yardage counted, wt-Jle Washburn's advances were never supplemented by tho scoring punch. Baker won 13-0. have been condemned fnr having tuberculosis. He and County Commissioner \V. M. Frnnclt wont to Inspect tho cnttlo today. Attended Telegraph Meet at Kansas City (I. O. Hack, local manager of the Western Union Just returned trom n four day meeting hold at the Stnts Hotel, Kansas City, Mo. where 00 representatives of the Western Ualon Telegraph Company from Kansas and Missouri convened November 24 for n four dsy discussion of tho rapidly Increasing use of tho (olograph In the conduct of business. Thoso present included General Manager A, D. Bradley of Omaha, Noo., General Commercial Agent H. W, Orlffls of New York, fJtvlston Commercial Agent J, \J. Forclot of Omaha, Neb., District Commercial Superintendent W. J. Duranrt and B0 other managers and commercial agents from other cities and towns throughout, the states of Kansas and Missouri. PRESBYTERIAN MEN TO ENTERTAIN THE BOYS The Men's club of the First Presbyterian church will entertain with a father and son banquet In the church next Friday night. The division men under Charles Colla- dny will have charge of the banquet and F. VI. Cost will supervise the program. VISITORS GET INSTRUCTIONS ImpraMiva Meeting of Man and Women Who Will Do Homo Visitation. An audience that nearly filled tho big auditorium at Sherman Junior high school, probably S00 4n nil, assembled last night for Instruction preparatory to making the Home Visitation this afternoon. J. S. Durham, International superintendent of homo visitation work for the International Council of Religious Education explained the way the visitation would bo conducted, and gave detailed lust ructions to the men and women who will make up tho visitation teams. Or, Hugh S. MuglU, international secretary of Sunday school work and Dr. W. G. t.and(8, another official of tho international association, who were hero attending the bible school institute, BIBO briefly addressed the conference. / It was notable that men and women of every church denomination in the city, rrotostant, Catholic and Jow were present. (akfng part In tho conference. An Interesting demonstration nt the non-soctnrlnn character of (ho work enmo when volunteers were called for to distribute tho cards of Instruction through the autllctico to tho workers. Tho men who distributed thorn Included a. prominent Catholic layman, a former chief of police, a Lutheran minister, a prominent Bplscopallan business man, a uniformed soldier of the Salvation Army, s Methodist lnymsn. and a negro pastor. Reno County Uses Lots of Dynamite The Heuo county engineering department is a lurge user of dynamite, according to W. A. Stacoy, county engineer, who has Just placed an order for a ton of dynamite which will he used during the coming year. This dynamite is used In a number of different WR>'R. Mr. stacey says that last summer, the county engineering force blew s small island out of tho NEWTON BALL PLAYER TO THE "COLONELS" Louisville,' Ky„ Nov. 23.—C. L. Dross, an inflelder, has been obtained by tho Louisville American Association club from the Newton, Kan., Southwestern League and will play either shortstop or third base for the Colonels next year, it was announced today. Bross played for a time with the Topeka, Kansas, Southwestern club. APPRAISE TUBERCULAR LIVESTOCK IN COUNTY W. W. Downey, deputy livestock sanitary commissioner, WHB here today from Topeka to help appraise 15 head of cattle in the south end of the county, which To Our Laundry and Dry Cleaning Customers We are thankful for your liberal patronage in the past and trust we may merit your continued patronage in the future. OUR AIM AND DESIRE AT ALL TIMES is to give you the HIGHEST QUALITY WORK and SERVICE AT REASONABLE PRICES. American Steam Laundry PHONES i07 and 108 Hutton Sc. Oswald, Prop*. OUR PLANT WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY AN ELECTRIC IRON SET HOUSE ON FIHE An electric trou, accidentally left turned on, caused a small fire ut the home of Clarence Fearl, 3011 Third Ave. east, about S o'clock last night. Tbo niemberfl of the family were downstairs when Ted Yenger, who was passing In his cur, Hloppen nml notified them that there was a fire in the upper story of llivlr home. Tho lire department was called and the fire was easily extinguished. The ironing board was about the only thing damaged. TO GIVE DANCE FOR THE FOOTBALL TEAM The annual danee for the high schuul I'oolbull team will bo given ] this evening ut the Elks club by : the DeMoluys. Nicholas Connor Is \ chairman of the social committee. ! The music will be furnished by th" Holaday Serenaders. Tlic lull and wlnii-r is tho best time to have cow.- freshen for the roas'.n that they iilve more milk and fat than cow- iroshening at any oilier time of the year. Dairy liroducts are highest during fall noil winter anil ilie farmer has more time to care for ihe cattle in the winter, says ,1. U. Filch, head of dairy work, at the Kansas Htatc Agriculture college, On many I'nrniK sumoi'-iil few! N wasted to !eed six or ' i^iit cow.-;. 11 is also ii'iio that lulx-r Is not ulillml to £OOi| advanlai;e during the winter. iiy Jiivi'iliJig i-owfc so iliat they will freshen in ilie fall or winter this waste tend and labor can be con• <irted imp cream chockt* anil there- Ky help pay the living expenses of tho family. Karrir uud oilier Mirginuufc ure known to leave land In poor condition for crops the next season. Much of the Injurious effect of sorghums can bo overcome by fall plowing or full listing the sorghum Krotind. The cultivation of the soil in I he fall airs the ground and destroys I ho Injurious substances left in Ilie soli by the soghums. A fcjjflcliil fiffort should he made to fall plow or fall liHt all Kaffir and other sorghum ground. November, making this method of feeding n profitable way to market roughage, Steers wintered on dllago and iilfalfti or sllugu uud two pounds of coltiuisted cuke per day can bo muilu to sain from 125 to 175 pounds during the winter uud tleshy fuudurs always sell during April uud May at from J1.S0 to *2 per hundred weight more than dnHn'ff the months of October and In selecting males to be retainer as breeders, vigor should be one o'. tho primary considerations. Tin vigor of the male, as well as th- female, will be reflected In tin hutchabllity of the eggs and the , llvabiliiy of the chicks. Although I early maturity should bo sough: ' for the heavier breeds, It should lui: be emphasized to the detriment o: size. Males which mature'except ionally eurly may be undersized Individuals. By keeping prlvute records or by membership hi a cow testing as- ; soclatloii over a period of six or seven years. It Is possible to In- creuso the production of a her.; nf cows 40 to SO per cent. Thl: statement t» based'on tho result? of nine herds tested conllnously i since Hill In Freeborn county,| Minnesota, which showed an in- : crease nf 10 per cent in milk and ' butlerfat. I Sudau grass stubbier has been i found to harbor many chinch bugs ! nnd other Insects during the winter. : The fall and winter plowing of such fields Is, theroforo. to he recommended as a moans of destroy- lug these overwintering insects. The present price of corn niakus! It especially profitable to use u- sclf feeder for hugs. In addition. to the more economical gains made by provldl ; u balanced ration, the' feeder avoids the loss of grain j which always occurs during wet I weather. If fed on the ground, ! TODAY- The New Oakland Coach Is On Display in Our Show Rooms With body built by Fisher, its beauty, s staunchness, . roomy comfort for five persons marks an advance in coach construction as impressive as its unexpected low price. See This Coach Before You Spend Your Money SUPERIOR MOTOR CO. Phone 3S82 HI HEAPS 106-108-110 West 1st Nliiesctth river In Troy township with dynamite. Ho explained that thn Islnnd was splitting tho river channel and thus washing out mora tlllablo soil, uud each side of tho river. Dynamite Is also used In blowing out tree stumps In road building work nnd for blowing up Ice Jams In the Arkansas river during the winter months. News Carriers Put it Over St. Teresa's The Hutchinson News cnrrlors won over tho St. Teresa's high school this morning In the first bnsketball gothe of the season nt the Y. M. C. A., with a final score of 27 to 25. Tho lineups for each side are: S ,t. Tenia's Po NIWI Doyi Crutehfldil V Pnwtor Salmon V Smith Weber i' Johnson Snngstpr I' Utiilrn Mahor O ft, Johnson Jloolachcr it Malone, referQfi; UueJ, jicoror, unit MyerB, timer. Announcement To the ten persons buying tho largest amount of product* at tho retail price at our bakery and confectionary between November 29 and December 24, six P, M., wo will givo tho following priaet) in the order in which they appear in this aoVortisement, 1 Turkey 1 Qoois 1 Ouck 1 Fancy Cake . 1 Fsncy Cske .. 1 Box Candy ,, ( Box Csndy .. 5 Leaves Bread • 1 French Pastry 1 Poppy Seed Bread .S2.00 . 1.00 . 1.00 . .75 . .50 .BO .50 SPECIALS SATURDAY APPliF, CAKK 80c— SATU1WAY ONLY—28c OKANBEHBV BISMARK9 .10c SATURDAY ONLY—28c The Hutchinson Bakery and Confectionery 24 North Main Phone 81 PATRONIZE US because they always save money by doing so. Why not trade at one of our Yellow Front Cash Stores and join a host of contented, thrifty customers? FREE 5 Coaster wa^on* will be given to 5 lucky ffuesser.s at our Yellow Front Stores in Hutchinson at 2 p. m., next Tuesday. Each small can of Borden's milk entitles you to one guess on the number of candy beans in a sealed container. Each large can entitles you to 2 guesses. Small can Borden 's Milk, 5c each, 55c doi. Tall Can Borden 's Milk, 10c each, $1.10 dot. Remember this contest closes at 2 p. nt, Tuesday. Less Than lc Per Cup For Dillon 's Freshly Roasted . COFFEE (Is that too much? Dillon's "Best" Coffee, lb. 53c. Dillon 's "Hostess' Delight," lb. 47c. Dillon's "Red Label" Coffee, lb. 50c. Guaranteed to make 1 -3 more coffee than stale canned coffee will. Flake White Soap Chips, Regular 25c size, our price 20c Flake White Soap 10c bar» 44c Crystal White Soap, 10 bar* 44c Russet Potatoes, peck. 28c Sack lots, per bu 95c McClure Potatoes, peck 34c Sack lots, per bu. .. .$120 10 Bars P&G Soap 4Q 1 10c Ivory soap ... 4>/C Dillon 's "Red LabeC'Oloo lb 25c Dillon's "RED 48-lb. Sack 24-lb. Sack 6-lb. Sack LABEL" Flour $2.00 $1.05 $ .32 Kraut, No. Zy 2 can 2 for 25c Early June Peas, No 2 can 15c Campbell's Pork & Beans can 10c Tomatoes, "No. 2 can ... 10c Extra Standard Corn, No. I can 15c Pet or Carnation Milk— Small can, 5c, tall can, 10c Eagle Brand Milk, can 20c Chum Salmon, tall can. 15c Red Sockeye Salmon, tall can 30c | COOP MEATS AT ALL OUR STORES [ J. S. Dillon & Sons Stores Co. Eight Clean Yellow Front Store* Hutchinson, Newton Stiffness This limbers you up Men on tho big, heavy jobs know how Sloan a gets right st stiff, aching muscles, bringing them relief In the shortest possible order. Don't rub It In. Just apply lightly At once it speeds up the circulation—psin nnd stiffness vanish like magic. AH druggists—35 cents. Sloan's liniment "kill* pain! WEAK,RUN DOWN AFTER SICKNESS Lydia E. Pihkham'a Vegetable Compound Made Mrs. Dube Well and Strong E. Hartford. Conn.—" After a severe sickness I was so weak that 1 could not do my housework, so my mother told me to take Lydia E, Pinkhsm s VegO' table Compound. The first bottle helped mero much that I took six more bottles and felt fine. I have just given birth to anicebsbygir4and am fooling strong ind well. So different from the wa> I felt before. I am taking tho Vegetable Compound right along while nursing. The baby seems to bo ir ;ood health, and my friends say the) see a big change for the bettor in me."—Mrs. EUCJENEDOBE, E9 Wood- ordge St., E. Hartford, Connecticut. The VegetableCompoundis BRplen- did medicine to bring back health and strength. Many mothers have found this true, as did Mrs. Dubc. Thero sre women everywhere who Know by ex- leriencetho value of Lydia E. Pink- lam's Vegetable Compound. Write to Lydia E. l'inlihom Medi- ine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts, for i ree copy of Lydia )i. I'inhham's I'rivate Text-Book upon "Ailmentf Peculiar to Women." New Way to Stop Night Coughing Tho»e who have suffered the tor- tar ci of sleeplessness due to continual coughing at night, nnd who A3 a result often feel utterly worn* out and useless during the day, need no longer permit their systems to bo weakened and their vitality Happed by this distressing ailment. For through a very simple treatment the trouble cau be stopped almost at once, and people often get their full night's rest undisturbed after the very first trial. / Viir« in the method: Simply gat e, bottle of the prescription known ai Dr. •Klnir'a New Discovery from any good drug RtDfo. Than to-nfffht befuro re* (Irtnu take one t«ft«j>oonft<l (tod hoM It In four thrriRt for 16 or 20 sc^onda befan •wallowing It, Tbla preset liitlon has a tluublo action. Il not only ruiotliea nnd Ivenl* the «ur«ni'iu mid irritation, tuit it (illicitly loosens &nrt removes the phlegm cud uoageition wlilch Is the rtnl cause of thn cough. Ho your ttiraal Is Isle wonderfully soothed and clear«il of Irritating; jrathfjrlnjra, you can Bleep ouundiy unit reitfully, ami the cough Is usually Cone In a. very nhort time. Dr. Kind's New Dlscovnry Is B. remark- Able rumedy for roughs, rhut colde, tiOa\r*enag«, eoro throat, spita-morll<: croup, bronchitis, laryngitis and bronchi*! asthma. At all good druggists. Ant (or CdccHS |Tomorrow| Alright M A .tinibli ««rl.Dt, add, ton* and vigor to th. Slgctiva tnd •llmln.llv. ty.tcm, Inipiov" th. •fipa- «»•. relieve. Sick H.adach. and BIN louana,,, correct. Ceaatlpetloo. hod for over 1 J? years I [^"aiOM -tllVws I lOae-third the regular do... 1 Mad. or earne ingredi- I enta, then c e n d y f coatad. For clilldren and adulte. THE A er.uc cc. ikjTCH! ?ffl-. Da ' S . E * SB ^™EDiss :!; U . n, • S,lv « "id Boer.), fail In the lraatm.nl if-llch. Eciama. Wngworm Tatleroro'lfeV'trt; ins ekln diMat:,, Try thai treatment .1 nut rigk, A & A DRUG CO.