The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 29, 1924 · Page 11
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 11

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, November 29, 1924
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1DAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. -PAGE FXF.VEIV. ALONG AUTOMOBILE ROW FOR ROADS TO ANCIENT RUINS I raib RouU it Connected with Rain* of Ancient CirtliMtioB. I ing tbe rains of tbe oldest' tlon In the United 8tntes le National Old Traill trans- mtal motor route, mannlnK roads to the Clltt pwellora' In tbe remote region* of and New Mexico has been |ted. These are scattered In not difficult of access over 1 00 miles of travel, e last monuments- at Tan- tees are considered so Im- that the national govern• assumed charge ot all and designated them as •meat property. While vls- lr« forbidden to do an; ex- jig or gather souvenirs ex- Ijr special permission from pgton, every facllltr Is af- | for sightseeing, oxlnntely 4 .600 miles COT- 1 the trail blazers, including | roads throughout the reser i and the famous pre-htatorlc OAS QAVC OUT, 80 OOC USED ETHER. Nor. 28— When hlj supply of gnsollno gave out seven miles from Topekn, Dr. Richard O. Preston substituted tour ounces of ether and a like- amount of chloroform which he carried In bottles In his medicine kit. "Expensive gasoline, but a lot better than remaining out on tha highway all night," the doctor said. points ot Interest such as Awatobt Kulne, Navajo Mountain Road, Chaco Canyon, Nava-Hopi road from Grand Canyon to Cameron Bridge, Canyon do Chelly, Canyon Del Muorte, Inscription Rock, Ice Caves, ZunI Pueblo, Enchanted Mesa and Acoma Village, Persons desirous of visiting this remote section should carry camping equipment and the car should be In (lrst class condition, as practically no garago service Is obtainable anywhere In the Indian Reservation. Accommodation* may be obtained at Oratbl, Keams Canyon, Chin Lee, Kayenta, Red Lake, Tuba City and Cameror Dridge. The most westward ot these prehistoric villages is the Awatobi Ruins, nine miles south of Keams Canyon, or a little over 700 miles east ot Los Angeles. Record for Sustained Speed KANSAS AUTO TAGS FOR 1925 RED AND WHITE I Ascarl, Italian racer, being helped from his car after driving 531 miles at the rate ot 98 miles an hour. He was in a state of physical exhaustion. Ills mark la said to be a new world's record for sustained speed. Anaconda Copper Mining Co. started making copper roofs several years ago. The claim Is made that these roofs are not only more serviceable than others but last longer and are cheaper to Install. The Kansas automobile tags for 1925 will be red and white, a red background and white letters and numerals. The automobile license plates for 1928 will have a new variety of color schemes. A number ot the states will have different colored license plates for paesengor ears, trucks and motorcycled within their borders. Louisiana will have sevon different color arrangements In Its 1925 "tagB." tho most elaborate plan In tho Union. Officials of tho American Automobile Association explain that the states endeavor to use In their plans for registration plates the colors that will show best at n distance, so that a number may be more easily "taken" In case of trouble. In the following list, giving the pinna of the various states and iho District of Columbia, tho first color Is tho hackround, the second being tho hue of tha lettering and numerals: Alabama, red with white. Arizona, copper colored with black. Arkansas, black with silver. California, pneumatic tired commercial Vehicle plates, yellow with blnck, solid tired commercial vehicles, red with white. Colorado, maroon with whits. Connecticut, on passenger cars, dark blue with white. Delaware, orange with black. District of Columbia, dark blue with white. Florida, dark green with orange. Georgia, blue with white. Idaho, white with black. Illinois, brown with white. Indiana, ivory with maroon. Iowa, grny with black. Kansne, red with white Kentucky, green with white. • Louisiana, for minimum cars, 22 horsepower and under, maroon with white, for maximum cars. 23 horsepower and over, gray with red, trucks, yellow with black, dealers, cream with green, school plates, black with yellow, motor, cycles, gray with red, anlmnl drawn plates, maroon with white. Maine, white wiih blue. Maryland, green with white. Massachusetts, black with white. Michigan, taupe gray with black. Minnesota, passenger vehicles, aluminum with black, trucks, trailers, orange with black, dealers, robin's egg blue with black, Mississippi, orange with black. AGAIN i 'ESSEX educe Prices Effective November Twenty-sixth ESSEX COACH $895 HUDSON COACH $1345 t Hudson Five Passenger Sedan now $1795 Hudson Seven Passenger Sedan nor $1895 All Prices Freight and Tax Extra "World's Greatest Values" Everyone Says It—Sales Prove It The world's greatest automobile values are now priced below all comparison.^vThey are the finest Hudson-Essex cars ever built. Such price reductions are possible because they are the largest selling six cylinder closed cars in the world. Hutchinson Motor Car Co. Phone 271 Distributor* HUDSON mid ESSEX Cars 104-106-108 Second West with ! vlth with Missouri, dark green with white. Montana, rod with while. Nebraska, orange with black. Nevada, blue with white. New Hampshire, white green. New Jersey, Jersey blue aluminum. New .Mexico, dark blue white. ' New York, yellow with black. ! North Carolina, Chinese blue 1 with white. | North Dakota, ptisdonsor rara, purple with white, trucks, rohln I blue with black. I Ohio, cream with black. ! Oklahoma, black with aluminum. ' Oregon, lemon with black. > Pennsylvania, blue with gold. ! Khoda Island, white with black. South Carolina, shamrock green with white. South Dakota, slenuese drab ; with black. j Tennessee, passenger autos, ma-! roon with white, trucks, white with j maroon, /[omonstratlon platen.' dark blue Jvllh white, motorcycles,' white with!dark blue. Texas, niVroon with white. Utah, Xwada, croon with white. Vertnoiit.lpreeH with gold. Virginia, Yhlte with black. | Washington, white with blue. West Virginia, old gold with i dark blue. Wisconsin, milium ohip A\> : yellow. Wyoming, white with ldi> r w Motorway Tour Over Continent 'The ?>lotor%v:iy Tnnr tout', 'r*" ' New York to I.o* Anmdes. has \>< .a routed via the S.'in'a IV Tr ;i ' across Kan*te?., the fir -i! 'rip i'i • "Motorway':;" ear* iluo to ;::,. < through this week, Canton City • mud" a night slop. This i= a trnn-contmental to " by motor and a hir^i number ,i sinhlsoers will m.ilco the 10.1 iiriu .s 'Jo'' oontlaotit in the.^e iar. well equipped lo.rior cm-. The route load.- Jocose the ^r. plains ot western Kansa*. Color: . Sprint. o\ i:r the lt.iton l'a ^ thrmteh'Santa To. Now M<-.\l< • • down the lliu ("ramie Valley. ;oi I through the wonderful nine (/.,"• von over tho (Vntlnontn! ihvide 1 • the c .rand C.myui, .nv.l ro-ros. " Mojavo Desert. i„ Calif:,: nia. Ti> ears travel all da>. ^Mi'jui tL . places ot' interest. Ion.; e t iou-:h i> the passengers 10 receive the |::.l benefit, and stopping con 11 iui 1 1 the best hold.* alo.iu (he way. 2fie> Gold Standard of Values Every Reo passen ger car is powered with the T*6 Engine, a unit in which the experience of twenty years of motor car manufacture has been concentrated. Haskard Motor Co. Phone 243 17 West First S 25 Miles ^Gallon E m 58 Miles per Hour E §5*25Miles»8 Second*^ Driving the new good Maxwell yourself, it will not take you a half hour to discover how wonderfully Chrysler engineers have carried out their conception of superior four- cylinder performance. Twin* Cor, js'isr This group of men, who by their unexampled s »on Tcrint. achievement with the six-cylinder Chrysler, »io55; K»,u>iar, nav e won the tribute of an industry, have now JioHiCtafcs^' developed in the goodMaxwell a new degree of tiets-, 3tUa», four-cylinder power, speed and flexibility, and tins. An prUtt vibrationless operation which even surpass /. b. !>••».11 these already well-known Maxwell qualities rubject la current f«Vflrmm «iM t «i. THE DICK HULLAND MOTOR COMPAN\ Chrysler SALES AND SERVICE Maxwell 19 First East Phone 476 ASSOCIATE DEALERS Geo. M. Compton Jolly and Hayder. Lamed, Kant. Stafford, Kans. *TheNew Good mktnjt^ ww XOMMU

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