The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on December 2, 1924 · Page 3
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December 2, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

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TUESDAY. .DECEMBER 2, 1924 f H E HUTCH tNSON X E Wi PAGE THREE. CROSSWORD PUZZLE "I BEST POULTRY EXHIBIT HERE Fine Exposition Assured with Joining of Two Annual Chicken Shows. Hutchinson will have the inrg- ost nml best ponltry show In this state Ihls year because the thirty-sixth annual exhibition of the Knnsni) Slate Poultry show and the twelfth annual Arkansas Valley Poultry and Pet Stock show will bo held together at Conven­ tion hall from Decombor 15 to 20, Inclusive. Tho financial help which the local show has recolvotl from the state tills year by having tho state show hero anil tho regular premium money from tho Arkansas Valley Poultry and Pet Stock Association, will make the premium* 'offered the most liberal of any show In the country. In addition to the regular premiums special cash prizes varying from ?t00 to SISi) will bo niven by the stato Khode Island lied. Duff Orpington, Barred Hock, and White Wyandotte clubs. Topekan President. The officers of the show are: President, J. It. Cowdrey, Topeksi vice-president, V. W. Ford. Caldwell: secrotary-lreastirer, Thomn* Owen, Topeku, and Dr. II. S. ltoag- land, fiocretav; Arkansas Valley Poultry and !'• • stock association. V). I. Knimert itul Frert Pontius will bo suponmemlonts of the show. Tho comparative method of judging will i,.. used. The judges are K. ('. Hi ••inch, loco's Summit. Mo., Krle Hmilev, Seward, Nob., Herb I). Wilson. Holton, and J. K. Thompson, Top.>ka. The Judging will begin ,-n '.i n'cloclt Tuesday morning. December 101 Kutrlos will closo on the evening of December 11. Meeting! During Show. A number of poultry meetings will be held during Iho show. The Kansas branch of the Amer. lean Poultry Association will meet here on December 17 at Convention hall. The annual election of officers and other Important business will lie transacted. Tho an­ nual slato convention of tho Amor-1 lean Barred Plymouth Itock Club will ho hold from Decembor la to ! 20, Thursday, December IS, has j been designated as "/Jarred Itock i Dny" and tho annual meeting of I tho club will ho held at 2 o'clock . that afternoon. Tho Kansas State I Hurt Orpington club and the llhode I Island lied club of Kansas wlh hold Its annua] state meet during the show. Tin* Kansas State While Wyandotte club will hold Its an- , nual meeting here on December \ 17. Don't, take a chance, keep 1SS j Proof Alcohol In your radiator. Wo I sell It. Phono 5!). llnglandKlugsley ! Motor Co. 2-It ; Shop n-Scope will show you a lot' of things you never knew about ; Xmas shopping. t.f. Horizontal. I. Kxperiin"n(. f>. Outer garment.-. II. Crude bouse. , lit. Sol!'. 12. -Male child. 13. Printer's measure. 14. Restraint. 15. Negatlvo. 17. High explosive. 10. novo at large, 21. Wrong. 23. Kxlsts. 24. Border. * 25. Confused type. 2G. Deeply. 27. Motionless. 23. Sped. 31. Heboid. M. Type of enclosed auto. 34. Conjmiclion. Iin. Sum up. 37. fixed. 35. Spoil. 39. Itelliiioua divisions. 40. Polishing substance. Vertical. 1. Posnessivu pronoun. 2. lladoball score. 3. Pronoun. 4. Words impresscd'ou paper type. 5. Pollute, li. Since. 7. 2000 younrls. S. Affected persons. It. I .i(|UOI\ 16. Thai which Is >.cx in, IS. Cleans oil'. 20. Help. 22. Title. 26. Book of maps. 28. Delay. 30. American humbrlst. 32. Poem. 34. Propelling device. 36. Location of V. S. capital. 35. Objective pronoun Answer to Yesterday's Crossword Puzzle: ' by NEW METHOD j HEALS RUPTURE j Kansas City Doctor's Discovery Makes Truss or Oper- I ation Unnecessary j K:ui':'.s City. Mo.—(Special!— A| new dimovery which, experts aKree. j has no coual for curative effects in all rupture cases. Is the latest ac- I 'omplishmoiil of Dr., Andrews, the v.ell known Hernia specialist of this city. The extraordinary ruccess ot thin new method proves iliat. it holds and beula a rupture. It weighs only a few ounces, lias no hard gouging puds, no elastic belt. lio leg straps, no steel hands, and is as comfortable as a light garment. It has enabled hundreds o! persons lo throw away trusses anil declare Ihelr ruptiipi absolutely healed .Many of these had serious* double ruptures. Iron) which they had suffered for yean* II is Dr. Andrews' ambition lo have every ruptured person enjoy the quick relief, comfort and healing power of his discovery, and be will send It on free trial to any reader of the .News- Herald who writes him at his orfice. :;.">.',.'! Koch DIIIR ., Kansas Cily. Mo. lb- wants one per: on tu each m i^iiliot'itunil tu whom he can refer. If you wish to be rid uf rup* ture for good, without an operation take advantage of the doctor's tree offer. Write him today. boy (tu the street and found he had been kidnapped by tramps from bis home at Cripple Creek. Colo. Mis parents had given him up as dead when they heard from Crimes. TWENTY YEARS AGO IN 1904. Kmpty .store rooms on Main street v.ere as scarce as hen's teeth. Movement was started to \ttlll7.o the side strscis in business section* more. The traveling men had a fair in progress with a grand prize of a ?IUU piano offered by the Jenkins Music, store. Mrs. .I. L. Penney gave a reception to her sister, Mrs. L. A. Bigger. ! TEN YEARS AGO IN 1914. i Father William Farrell anuounc- I (si that a campaign would atari - toward sec.ur'ng a Catholic hospital ! here. j .Mrs. I,. Crimes, Mrs. F. I., 1 Mariin, -Mrs. W. 10. Cnrr and Mrs. I .1 S. Simmons gave a big luncheon complimenting some of the Indies from J.yons and Great Bend who bad come for the grand opera season. ' • ' The San Carlo opera company was hero for three days perform-! ance. Mrs. <!. I.. Mcl/ime gave a lunch, em for Mrs. Claude K. Nell of To. pekii. May Robson Fans to Like Her New Play (Fr.m Ihs FIIH *t Th« N<w«> || FIFTY YEARS AGO IN 1874. Thomas Nickersou, president of Iho Santa Pe, accompanied by two stockholders from • Huston, Mr. Pratt, and Mr. Wlllard, were hero meeting tile merchants and looking j over the company's property. I flame note from the NY'therlaud ' correspondent: A woman caught a ! K pound trout. In the creek ami i\\ young man of the neighborhood! killed 2ii skunks. I FORTY YEARS AGO IN 1884. Mr. Williamson and family were here visiting his daughter, Mrs. .I, W. Kanaga. Willis Kunto was in Kansas City visiting his sister, Mrs. Allcndorph. .1 nilii Duckworth purchased the eonl, lime and hair business of M. Hale and Co. THIRTY YEARS AGO IN 1894. Mrs. 0. W. Sliver of Ellsworth, deputy inspector of the W. It. C. was here visiting her sister. Mrs. K. .1. Craham anil brothel', \V. R. Marshall. J, C, Grimes picked up a small Among tin 1 dramatic offerings for (ho current season, none will prove more interesting than that of May llobson, whom Augustus Pllou. Inc.. will present at the Midland, Monday evening. Dec. 8th, in her newest play, "Something Tells Me." written by Miss Robson. In her latest offering, Miss llob­ son Is soorlner a big hit, for "Something Tells Me" has surelv_struck the public.'.* fancy. A touch el' real ilfe with a sprinkling of the psychic pheuonicna ami a good generous supply of clean comedy are the Ingredients Miss llobson has niiisd together lo make a Iruly wonderful play. Miss Itobson's new part, "Jane Meredith" la very different from any of her turnier parts and -we 1 see her how In some tragic scenes. 1 but her adorable comedy Is not ; dispensed with. I All excellent production and it ' superlative cuA complete "Some- ] thing Tolls Me." The sent sale , opens nt the theatre Thursday , morning. \ VISIT OUR TOY STORE 2nd Floor 52 (^psris $7VI?E (Zu HUTCHINSON. KAN5A5. VISIT OUR TOY STORE 2nd Floor To Cure a Cold In One Day. 1 Take Laxative IHIOMO QUININK Tablets. (The First and Original Cold and Grip Tablet.) A Sato and Proven Remedy. The box bears .signature of K W. Grove. 3Uc. OtiilsJraii's Automobiles The youngsters all want them. Weshow a complete line, priced $7.00 to $25 .00 ' Our Motto: Quality First, then Price—and the Pries Is Right I HOSKINS & YOUNG HARDWARE—TIN SHOP (Home of FRONT RANK FURNACE) Phone 3752 22 West First New Dressses for the Holidays In a — lODayDressSale Special arrangements have been completed with a New York manufacturer for a Special Ten Day Sale of Dresses—Silk and Wool—At About Half the Price They Were Manufactured to Sell For—Offering a worth while saving in money without the sacrifice of style, quality or appearance. Beautiful Dresses of Silk Canton Crepe, and fine quality of Charmeen and Poiret Twill Weaves. They are attractive, becoming and the Dress you need lor the Holaclys and for future winter wear can be selected most satisfactory and with decided economy here and now for— Dresses manufactured to sell for more than double the sales price today— And Still They Come Knit-Tex Top Coats *30 All year round light overcoat — perfect fitting, shape holding coat, showerproof, will not wrinkle. All wool; all sizes — Best coat made for $30. ^ Handsome Winter COATS 100 of them in a Pre- Christmas Sale Three Very Interesting Price Lots #9.95, $15 and $25 At a most opportune time comes this Special Offering—Giving you the chance to buy a New Winter Coat for yourself or for a Christmas gift at a price much less than usual cost. Coats That Are Beautiful Yet Not Expensive Materials of Cut l'ohtire, Bolivar ami other attractive winter cloths— ' Some with beautiful Fur Collars—others have s'ilf collars—100 New Coats have just arrived to »it]j|>lcmrnt I lie already complete stock that have made our apparel depart men t headquarters for well dresses women. These coats have heeu secured from the 'manufacturer at a special price concession. The savings which we pass along to you now in the height of the season, when coats are needed and, wcarine; time is at hand—not when the season i- jiracfically over. Sale Continues All This Week. Perfect Gifts Gifts thti in of H« in imWj gifts, One reason why shoes 0| any style of footwear It eonild* ered a perfect gift. They are us*, ful, Let us show yon some ol these new Sailor Ties In Tan and Patent, $5.85—$6.85 Oar Th« Aroh-Pr*ft«rv*r ttor«. When You Buy a Radio, You Should be Able to Know That You ar* Going to Get RADIO SERVICE If you buy Life rnsuranca you -want to know the assets of the company you insure in, or If you buy an auto you want to be sure that it Is going to be serviced, Why not use the same discretion In buying a Radio? Your investigation of our establishment Is solicited. Maylield Music Co. John Robinson Walter W. Smith Authorized Salesmen. CRAFFORD \ Radio Laboratories J. H. CRAFFORD =The Curtis Store Co. Auto Mechanics at High School The liounl of iMhieatlou eonuhl- 1 , crf-i! jtlititH last. nUhi for the ea- j tiilillnhmtuit of ;i lumer voc.iliumi! \ Pribram In eiimuTtlnii wUh ilnr 1 v\\y schools, i Aa a ri'suli, it is I-M>'-<:IIMI ilu-ru soon will In! ostnlillsh''(l Ktitmiin- • liilu mechuiiifK and cloi'irital works inK rleimrlnicMitH in tin.' Senior hiitli ' school, unit also U {trlnt sliol* j wliera the printing Inule. may lie t tauRht. It Is likt'lr Him iin aililitiutial ; -ilcn-y will In: 'built mi the Manual Arts huiltliu^ at .Si-uinr Illjtii, tttipurlutwuleut J. W. Uuwans will submit to the school board shortly a schedule 0 f the vocational work which ha believes can ho added to the schools, augmenting ihi> present work In those lines. TO FIT UP THE STAGE AT SHERMAN JUNIOR HIGH. Tho Htane nt Sherman Junior Ulgli school auditorium Is to be wiulppod with nconery, stage si.-'- titiRb, and n drop curtain. Th- hoard oi wtucatlon last night i authorized it. I'riucliiad C. M. Locktnan, '<"' 1 r-iif rimin high, proposed tbat tjr 'utiiditils ihcr« would raise half •; tli« coi -t hy giving plays. It tu Mj tiiiiatvd the improvement irlll cc'. i aboii' JSIO.

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