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V\GT\ FOUR. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS PubllnhPd Oitiiy uy TU« N.-wn iv.mimm W. V. MOROAN, EDITOR. ESTABLISHED 1R7Z. tintcr-art di th-a IVyitnffU-o tn Huich- Utiuh. KMIISHA . for irfl!i»m,i«»)m, through 'he inn I la nc ur ,>\. v '!ask inatirr TELEPHONE 4400 t*rlv»Lf bra in U ttciianRf*, ^ in-n p»rtm«>nt wnnrod. TERMS OP SUBSCHtPTlON P\r»\, fttccnd inri Third Zon«i Jiy m*Ji. Ari« jn«;.. H.tfu Uy mail, tl2 mi 'tiUu -.UU Ml' ma.*. tlir#i. iiiiiMlit,,, 1.81* tly mull, on • m••nth 1*' Fourth. • Cl !th. Sixth, una ar-ranth /onei. liv mail, UIIA VI'JU.) }6 .ttn Uy tnivH. mi -inm.tha 1.8" Ji.T mall, three tn-nitha I.JW Uy mall, otic rtu>nth B/ c«rrlf>r, I't-i 'VR ?k ...I j» Woftklv N*w«, on* year MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CUMULATION MEVBER AMERICAN NEWSPAPEP PUEL ISHERS" ASBCClAT.ON. IMKMBER OF ASSOClATEC PRESS Thn AMurlaip-i Prf -3.* I? *tcluslvi-lj •ntltlwl Tci f tin MID for rt'P 'il )!'L 'fltlon **t rll nt'wn cr »AHM to tt nr »°t other- "Wlta crt -i)itp*l In 1111 a tinpei. »n -i thft loral IKWI pii'ntlaheil herMn. All riiiM "f 'fp'iV.'tfitMon t'f "pecia flUOPi'lir^ l -.-Tc'n »•«• ntsr> i-wvei.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1924 U tli'Mi tituiu jno'inr. '! . J iM[.i 'l ,M |<J<U<! Iff file i*U;iil ciiii- lir lint. 'Ulftf JH tin.) (Jlllll- '(iio.stfun acC'TdinK lu tho Daily Thought* ; giiV'.TiniM'nf, M if cipiujn LMILH urn iiHMi.-irclih^.s Ktnl coiutiniii- ; MIS . its titr aimrt .i-* tli« jinles siiul |itt-\cr iih,' v in iiiiriii' • on » \ HfKHtlV' nf!nfii-' IliM lopiiii'tii'. U s.t .-l by '.H .iulv,*! .iui.iiijitU'8 i ' 'L.il- tllO i-V II Ot ;i IIJDf" t;i fli.I bl*' ' ' i-*.-HI * in li!<<!> [M iiiiiTMiisi' ihc in- 1 p-r'-'j. titki ;< I-;.- :In• j»<\»(#;•• lt f iln;; |>,,V.?*, A > I i" lap l I 'lvtlnn ; h'T'? j *A i . . r | i \'. .'Ill > !i. 1 . lUUl j • ii'imt' 1 .;.- o I h.'in !*• i in ( iill.uil SMtes i. i'iii al 'he \\m? nt •if>.Mn!i lliert' WJM yrt'iii nn I lintli tltp inoiijiri'li- lB(*i ninn the hiti.Tii--.-- ixt- IIIK! U!lllllll|bl Ul uy UUi PRE8CRi^TlON SPECIALISTS. ti*. u ^b^tn Mtln Strftt. Hutcnimtfi. TEELING FINE "I'm l'iui* iMlli." sitiii .luiin T. Whilk, 'Tin riclil Mile np T\11 h care; t^'-sr yniirs of miiio, ihrc«' srnrR ami nin»*. dun't tltitl'-. in H iiuywherf. 1 Jim HS slick us ;itiy li 1 <*K. who-c N" itiivu -l.\vn; »n .-iv ;» v ins my t> l * J itlilly I'riiinc. my l**i:s m c-t.ii! ;i- in. . Yiiu'li noi.* my * i-p i> lull ul" p- p. I 'm nf«nml in Mi- u ;;/(») ;wiil I '.vi!J M -nip H i: a iUi» chii l' 'iVhi.ih(> aiif is li.il'' my i >\i'it. ll's nut )>y I'IIIIIK'H thiii I i *;in pr.au I- iitui Kiiiithol tlii'uiiL'h !))•• louii; it is bt't'JiM^t.' I"'.' fnlk .\N .-(I J:iv\ s lh;U lu 'allll -1>:.i'iliJ ,ii(i '''l U ; 1 lutvi*' .-.i ;,U kill.].- rl fuo.l Hull I .. i -.ilii !ik.- r.cj i -nl ; I h ;m> rut '.Mil •.!!.• i- ini'tiui: Kmtii and pie^ a;, i - ; :-.jitl m- M. Tin' thints U i- like, -d in 1 j. In - >| iki', HI'" ilt -iitli iii i hiii di-miis'-. li v v t\ hu\ •• in -id- t-i -Mfil-vf -fi' turk -v w 1M II -.»> ,• \ >iirvtvinj; Innc. w. p \V<- llitv»> -Pi'li'ii >\lth bi'Pad; •uiild b.- in b'-d. I lirtvr iu» fun. •••i.vti overyune " niiu li-iii'si ni" !••!! my ; but " t'cOi.-r >:.-iji K - A . iiml l)i»i)t. * W 'bili- Mill. -h;,k>- and yroaii ' ;ind :n lir I'm in**.- frnm al! ilIs- " ir ; I'll live, my dfiirs. for * * 11 h • i y ;. i .'tr--. Mill' — - 1 my " ;*ii"-.~ " Ma-', l H: l ilny n • /i. -Ii .f) <•iiiul" d it\ .;-r .(oliii 1* '~ '• -b:).". ; W4« follcuv bin - , to chnri.U * iii -f- dun. mil' li.'i^ l .-df -rkf-d * V.'AM MASON. " nnnMANY NEXT. many will )i; s v.' tli-'.r iiailoujij »dt?«.-- tiuli. ttlliiH ''Ul Tt- -pi.nds lU ^COp'J in r '.jr r-."'-iii "b -ci -t: ->f ilii-« Vvt'ti- iih-'H it It :t r t ,U if I ' mb -i rlii- i ni' ••' i i nr biii .,! i I:• M• u:t:i. <t\ t ;-'Mi,;::;> , .ill p ..vvi 'r i> v >• <• \ in thf U- i> lis \;i-;. o\ Ci.h- :n dudijii; ilifr pifttf.r ul* id >M t- iii'.- pi i * i * - 11 r H ii., ... Dtily ! iv. ir! .. .i. cxtraii I* .-nd •vho mii.rt • I . - ]V. f f.\i-ei.|{|Vi-. t ho pIV- ![>••. :i .id hi.v cabin*'i, ncetji dinti i.o the ..v-li. : ni a iiiajnti'y of th*' 1 Lu . i.'i (lie ttrii-|j,-i;i^' 'i'l. • ii ;j-itn lor ih" (dt'fti.m h-.- In?; >i i--t ihi-- ]'.\i\ r - is ih .it lh«V i:i.r.\:<\ li-lin'- thai ;» ne '.v fdt.-i'- I iun i-- ! ul' I i t r h" ! tl!' 1 -'• • i ' he H .-11 'i'die. Tjir it i. ii-'..- iris coaip!i.-hed a -_-i--.it u-nl but ir HI rtivi'.e.i {l y i..i: •;. la..--, lh;,« ih»* i'.'i'!i''' I :"iid !' dit'r!''ii;r i'» ^».:;;'tli r i. : '<>! JUlii •) i tli.iL :ii'i*;i '.inL is ; • '(.. • • • II.-. j.- liiiit.i'. Ii >t, RI . MI .rnui-n' • i .i .ii.- I i. i r-MU t- r \\ .ix -u.•!.'..- >.iir. ii'tl KiiMii^.i tnu iippiciii Of t/i<' •:,'!; ,iU,i fl"\, d- , ->ii ,, .'h til" p--o;i..- ()( ' * f 1 ui.tuy !'.t i-.\[ii*;.-> ih :.in w • 1M (Ii,- ,-;.-'.r!iOiir nt iJir . (ivt'i itii;.''!' which th"y ,ir'-ir' lU I'".. 11. • , ' ••: l.i-.'in it.- i. In lillll 'Kli^tS Wt'TQ hupt'fUl i of siice.»s-. !h"w no( milv lntT»M • ill;; thr -ir i )V. 11 vnti- b'lt. adtiinj; f" till' t Nci'lloll.- mid Htl->'!IKtll (tf lhf> HllplHU't t.'I^ i.i the vep 'llllii.-. The SUU"M.S id" iUe l*a \V (>s plan und I bi -m -r cnmiitions « hit -li now pn*- ! viijl in (It 'iMiiuiy, lucbidiiiir ilu» ru- liicmeiit nf On.' I 'M-ioh I'l -Miu iinitdi ni' ihc or'MU'i'. d t "rri(.'i >. iiiul th' 1 ••• i .!;:!]• -\ til.- I . ui.tM propl'! id" the repn villi OTIS time ram, vt>- , jnuvi'- J iiiind) of ih' 1 hiHerii »-7 ,s of i Uit» ln>l idMi -iion. The ilitee parlies wliicii support tin' Lir. ernnu nf and which rt-ally i ruiplK t » be enio'd "lt «»puhlP 'iin" . air c»Uinp iipmi the pcoplp to 'I 'M He]] ('Uoilnh iilulif." They iiro lls- THC I im oid hntiJi.' i TV of the Ue- puhllcnnti in tin.: I'uiti'd ^t«ton at , the time of the PQCOUII elootion of j McKinlp.v. "?tand pnl." On the > face of th« politiORl *>itvir»tion it lou'Krt as If that party would win, for tlu» irovernnHiit has done n Kreat d-n! in the lust few minHhs !«i iniike the citiiditinns in (.b -niKiuy lu:tr*i' for Hit* OtTiiiHiis and in plvu them t( idiant .'f (o (lie li ^ht of pTi 'Hp^rhy. So tar as uu inn^ldor cm deter- tiiin, it wnniil bo alm .i .-t suicidal fnr the ll '-rniiin people lo ek'i't n 'H.dihsin^ viiieb .b ^'r .Mi a return to itmimi chy and w oilld not i any oiit. the promises uf the yuv^rn- nn'iu cxprc.-M'd in tho ;o.-.> pt- UUee the llawetf, piiilt. Thi're i- u.nl v**rr-ai rtiift'ragt in : Clr-nnany and lhf> wnmen voir w>l'. as tile men. la faet. WWH ate j about t*>tHy women niynibora of ; the C'irmau ll^njli^tHfi, probably tnuit' than aru servlnu' In any othor j I'aiiioual leftislatlvo nssembly of ill- lursc natinnh. And It la In top out In p to note that although th*» Ot -rmfl!! p *'npjp h.'tvf not )md m «ny • i.;ii>- of i '\pfci Itiu-tr hi actual .-^'.i . Lu'. <tniii)t'iii , ihfy ha v i' picked a; H II ilit- iricks of th** political trade ^ Ui-di ur._- tho pvoduet o( Ancio* rta\on t\(;\ elupintnt for more than a .-• niury. They hav> j yet in l'-arn (he; ndvautau" party nrcaniya- ii 'Mi ami li->alt> 'o prinoiph--. Th--> .Mil i;rnun u;i'i prtimiiifiu indi 1 \ IdiiaJs anil intb 'ptMUiPnl. ldt.'iil.-*. 1 Tn-y have nor conudetidy learned ttn- 1 on of tea in -vork. Tin- .Iiiiik"-r.- ai 'i- Kliu .^iui: : no :.'ivt-; nim-nt <m tho eliarcc- of hav- ;n-: • ay<'d the Centum p-ople Tie' omiun unisi > say tho cia i -rii- nieni bar- sold oat rh-- IrKorest*- of lapnj- i«i \\w . ipiia'.istio t1us-.i. The . fjirai-. i pai fy lia.«. aritvaneorj i»e- 1 i.iihf o;" tin- i'omilation«« iinjnj.--t;d i oil tho -a;~ ui tho products of a ^n ! luUuie. Th 'M 'o. are many side M.'e.- and plenty of slutrrti^, to intis- Up lb-- puldie mind and perilnp.^ ii'l the- ]i« ip'»- In (in •=tiinot)iiu- > " l|u y rt.a '.iy do lln! WJllt to do. 'J'iif <<*i.:t "oil ;i/;.\; riiiDday de; e nil in-- iii all pro bah iii! y w he- j tlier ilermai.y to euiitinuo a*s ii | I 'opnli'do. ^nvorni. d by a r^prnsi-n- . tiitivt- assembly eaUi-'i the Ht.-ieh- •-.tat.. !•<• wtn-iier jt will o \pver i ^ HM j II I ji t If J II MI ;:n back ut a indiiareiiy ,i.v .-mm e 'liid 'tiol'.- pO '.Iii!'.. I' \* a Iiii: qui-stitjii for iit*rma;:y and i' is oi voi> gr -at Jm ;M .r;unce lu ibi- pen; if itf the r» -<l Of Ilu- Wni Id. W. V. MOKliAN. Seen thou * man dlllflont in his business? He shall stand before kings.—Prov. 22:29. * * • Mllfillies.-, iHNpatrhutl In bllh - ;io?*s well doiiu; but. hnsilliiHi iuirrloil ls» bii !*im .'SH III ilonu.— MIIIWIT -]^ ItliU. Hid: prov* 1 most dlnuppohitlnp lu th« Hi -yoKi '-ohl flapiiLT^. -who pur- ihasf 1 it unilor Iho Btimuliis (if that elovor prohibition. Tin 1 p '-yel oiouy of tho lab 'd "you must noi" or '"this \a impi 'opn"" \n somethliu; tha" one would think wouhl in so obvious that poopm would set- rii;hl throniih attompts to u >o It f(>r pain. Hut they don't Hoeni in. Nor do tho tonilemon who form Hociotly .s (o put Mich label* on things thoy dis .'ipprovo and t hereby ensure lheir noio i i t•! y i .(ooin to rcallzu wimi they are doin -j. Wo all rememher tho pictmo of the holy coiiHidoririu' a dip m the lirook on a rail morninu, a com- parallel}- innocuonH pfcture and havliiff no unlipio merit, which floUl by the hundred thousands tmcausu Homo "tie la bid loil it Improper. J have snbs'-iiui'iitiy hoar /1 that ;i Olovo/ pl'e:-: itr -'lll fo;- ill" lirtlst pillh'd sLiil;;-- In t'lai lab.-d put on his client"- picture. He cor- t ain!v knew human nature if he did. How then are we to MI our ymiTic people from the things that cuntnminiuo: It's a d!tflcn\t thing- to Fay. Perhaps somothin.e enn be dono to ko *..p *uch things nut of thrlr hand-. 1 don't Unow just how it ran In- maiuurod in a way thai Isn 't likely to defeat its own purpose- I suppose tho host thing we can do Is fo give them the sort of bfinkKTfmnn tvnn IQP&IB that wVU make them less likely to be seriously nffected by such influences, to teaob tbom to hnte vulgarity bemuse it is u?ly and bad taste, ni»v- or to let them see. on our fares thai, hateful and smirkdm? smile Hint comes when people t-avor somo \>i; o£ eouvseness, and to teach them at the same time not to be afraid or ashamed of natural fuel Inc. •• * ' '** «'•> *?> . - ON SECOND THOUGHT. i i. .j> Uy Jay K. IfouBe, in the * • rhiladelphln Tubtlo Ledger. «?» ......... ,;, .i 4 'V >t> iVs .f * y <h AniuiInR thinnfl happen. Tho other niKht we lulked briefly and hasiily for n period or threo or four h -onrK "ttith Wnnre .neD StnlllnRR, utithor nf "What I'rlms Olory." Mr, StallliiRs wus vexed nnd perturbed. The prudim 'T had (\xclnod much of his pli 'iy'H befo profanity and, thus murrlug its te.dism. had virtually ruined il. fur author. AH WO havu intimated, nnia/.fiiK things liuppeu. We can 't nndei stand a producer who deliberately cuts nil author's* I fture -firo comedy him. ' Mr. Stalllnes, we fear, Is n little linefurod with the Orcciiwieu VII-i Inge Hchool of thoucht. He doesn 't think nuythinR u worth while, lb:, doosiri. value his proroRtttive, as 1 i I e r« ry ed 11 or of the Wo rid , of talking freely i.nd frankly to half a million people a day. lie doesn 't esteem the opportunity, afforded through ti AUeceHsfnl piny, of tell* ing to mtllioiiH more. And that IK one trouble with the Greenwich "VillftRo course In philosophy. It has no bottom. It doesn't roalizo thai the chance and circumstance which perm .il one to tell It to them uninlorruptedly in tint greatest boon |nek confers upon mankind. There was « time when our audi- enco~when wre Infrequently had one—was restricted to those ivho Fathered nt the blncksmkh shop. It wu.s not a discriminating audience nor an attentive one. It attached no importance in what we said nnd usually failed to listen to it. What we like about lifo i« that It ban since vouchsafed to us the Inestimable privilege of stttinK down and telling it to four or five hundred thousand porsons every day. If il is I mo thnt "Red" QmiigG in pnying his way through co11«go delivering im in summer, all we havo to any IR that the University of Illinois Is a hcluva school. Mr. Hurt on K. Wheeler's- Attempt to crawl under the tent moves us to hearty cnchltinfltlon. If our 111- tron retried hilarity Burprlfies yon, we have n perfectly good explanation for it. You see, It Isn't our tont under which ho Is trying to crawl. Hut, as computed to that of Kred Knapp, Mr. Wheeler's attempted nxploit is roHlrnlned and cnutloun, Yiiu don't know Mr. Knapp, and It doesu't matter, hut ho la the gentleman who tried to crawl under the Progressiva Party tent after tho show was over. A Puzzle a Day We trust that M«, Jusserand, who spent twenty-two years in this country, didn't lenrn to spoak English lMte a native. As an exhibition ot nalveness, we submit tho case of Representative-elect.. Carpenter, of Pennsylvania, as one for the booh. Hepro- sentatlve-elect Carpenter has just filed hiK expense account. lie ile- po^os and says he spent $V «Wi* in beiuti elected. U ia the custom of those elected to the Congress of the* United States to spend anywhere from $20,000 up and then tile expense account ot 1451.36. After which they vote to unseat some unfortunate nnd unhappy gentleman who has neglected to alibi tho fact that ho violated the Corrupt Practices Act. Stop -Spanish Grapes. Now York.—An embargo against Spanish grapes Will continue indefinitely, following exposure of a fruit-fly infested shipment coini: In the Dominican K«>publlc through New York. WILL TAKE OFF ALL EXCESS FAT 1'u you kntiw that th*?ro I* it simple. < ff'-eiiw remedy tor e.vrI ^tnftBS. ono ihiit may I't used s.ift -ly nnd secretly by any man or woman who Is-losing I thf MtMwb'rnpsn of youth? It la the ^ Uibtct lorin of the now tainoua Marmola Prescription. Thousands of men and worn* n each yt»ar repiin slender. Iiflftlthful fiRurea by tislnj; Murmoln TaMyi^, Xttu, too. can expect to rP- dnce steadily and rasily without KOIOR thrmiiih IniiK" JSIPJTCS of tiresome excr- ctstj and starvation dbn. Marmoki 1 l*r»-srriptUm TnMHK ny.y ftj\A by n' ! dru ;rL*IMS tIn; world c-^-r »t oil" do j hir a li,.\, or you ran .^tcaie thflm d i IT I fruni tin.- MitrnvMa ' 'o., O'TIIM: I M"HT > lttdc-., lvirolt, -Ml.h.. on :c I I't .-ipt ot pricu. Hide 12 blocks 25e, Yellow Cao. Phone Sti. 2-T-T-Sat.-3t 27 LB 11 LB 13 LB 13 LB 19 LB 17 LB at Knnsns ("lly, among 86 «ntri«i ot tho soma breed, A grocer licirt six parkiiBKS of thu wolRhts ilinwn In tlm drawing; Ihclr contents wsre coffee, to«j nnd sngxr. which wore, of course, not mixed. Thvrn wns only ono pnik- ago ot tea. The grocer sold all the coffee and &U the BURar, and ro- colved thft siinifi lotul of money for each. Uut the price of coffee was six tlraos as much per pound «s that of sugar. 'Vhlch pnekngoa contained sugar; \Vhtch coffee; and which ten? Y6*terdiy'a antwer; 48 48 Is the puzzle number; Add one to It, It Incomes 49, a square num- 'ber (7x7). Divide 48 by 2, making 24, and add 1, which gives 2B—also a snuare number (Rx5.) Lane County Dog a Prize Winner November Building Permits Are Heavy Although this time of year la not consldoreil favorable for starting ronBtrucHon work, the fact tlmt a total of 134,036.00 worth of building permits wore granted during, the month of November, shows that there will he considerable building activity during the present, month. Thu majority of the larger permits were (or residences. The total value ot tho residences for which permits were granted, was ?2u,000. The only large building in the list is an |S,000 offlco and parage which 1» to be constructed by A. J. Crlpe at 11 Seventh avenue east. Former "Y" Secretary Here. B. V. Berry, formerly Y. M. C, A. nocretavy here, who recently underwent an operation in a Chicago hospital, stopped off here for » short visit with friends enroule to his homo In Albuquerque, N. M. He was accompanied by his nephew, l.eath llolby, who will make his home with Mr, flerry. linu't lake n clinuce, ki <b |i 1SS I'root Alcohul lu your radfator. Wo sell It. Phono 5H. ItaglnniiKlngHley Motor I'o. 2 -l 't Dighton, Knn., Dec. 2.— Lnne county produces chnmplon dogs as well as champion unites. i A registered Boston terrier, "Funny," owned by Kugnne O'- Keefa and hts sister, Miss Itutli O'Keefe, of tMghton, took first prize at the American Uoyal show Butter-Krast FRESH /] Try it ' 1 GOOCHS BEST Bring the Beauty of a Baby Grand and all its wonderful tone into your Home 1 .1,. ; ja I ir. • I nu >-<i • Uil- I i • •!: II] III" It ••„ h'l.r.' i .d.i «iB ,ii: a .(» I'l'-'i 1 :' ::r <i'i]'-. n )u :'li ti :vc tllili i i : ' M • :il n l wn T'li.- Hi .ul i :l- ..III LI'I.'.I,. • i ' ..f II,r, . r.-.' i .llU'- II till i .lit ;, ij M J l.-m -.i- i.r:il ir, iiU'I 1 1 !. .i. 'I'ii^^.i pin * k". l':r. •'!' ! In l ''IlUM . • it i-, 'I'tl'' ]•! .hrilitil 'VtHi-lti'lll ltui'ti ^.1 i'i - e lli>: .Nu'iutiaiiM HI JiiuKi .r inir- i 1 '. ii ttiuiititi'iiv, .ittil Iii- i •t !'*'(! 11- Siiri;iii>!-, ainl Cttli- M »!••• '•'HI V, -Hllfl il..' •Ifli;- |||,. Vi" 1 ''^. if tli>'y litul ih>: ituwir and .i'l ui> soini'tliili^ lilib llic kin,I ul' l.ll lllht llllliilll Itltll l:i !UI\V IIIIHUHV. 1: i- uiil'iiituaal,' ttial. UK - lliatti titil.ii". iiiuut'il tti .il itiu.si) ,;m;ili ^'I'litij.- . lii'li -\iii |:;:liii,'-'- with i In in : i tint I., tii-i' uiiitt -il and I Ii iii-- jibJn in i 'si.i))U/ili .mil carry on II Cll.,-.i-.lulll pwliiy, 1 till II In Milt tlkfl\ ih;ii, titiy plan, which Is tikf I I.i.. ..f AiuV-rii'ii. will lu- nili.'litf.l Tii.i i .id ni'ihid «< many jiarli-'- .til :i. ui't i .'.iitl'in inn ami luii'ii T.n i.t ',<'aMi<>,.. UM ilie imi't tit Ilie U'j >M 'n:ii..ii: ,\ill uitniinii..' M prevail. AS iiititf u- can in; deliiind ill ibe It;.'11,! :!!•• im ii'iniiiii ! in .t vtvi in aiiyull.' till.! vii'.. It,, a-] "YOU MUSTN'T" I Kilt 11 I 'aln.'l'iili iii \.'.;li^inf-. Kr.'lllitl* in.' iln- dihi-r day 1 ei'tls.-r tli.iiiN'liii 'iilly piiniie Uiai If did !, ,i .-- i: :iin iii .uk in .V .\^ 11 lia-llUl t'.l' Hun ni. oin> under I- .M 'i..i;ii -... j,.! i'i..r liita hunk so thai In: in. ..1 nul hav.- il ml liis .•iiiiM 'i. nri-- ihni lie sva^ n.-U'ir^ ^inh ,1 l...,il; In oil 11 ^ pi 'iiplp WIlHt i t ll|.ni'!il!llll pub) ir. 11- i'-: il.- uiil ti.-v.-r I,'II to iln.- pnnr- l|..ll-" . III!! III-'.' He I .IKI'.V.S Uu- pjy- \'hii'...i.'y i .i: tho linl'itin m.ml Well. ill.-, llilv. II ;-'eJil.-J;t 1 ellliniii'li llle Very intuit ..f nne 1 saw ir, tile papers iiol loiii,' afrer lite eUh- Ui. mil aiuemluuiil bvt.'an i*i rival (tie Kcntli.'i- a.- u tuple in I'titlVel 'sa I'..n. Il tulil nf a way lu make near Ir. tlsitii! ,". I 'l.till iti.-; i 'vli /'..\r.- sol. by Hie i 'il\ i -rl i.siji'. Then. In iln- lllillli-sl "[ liniil laCeil type, .1 V. .1111>-d: "Uu not add a yea-t eake to lliia ut i'lH.- >mi will make beer with mi al'..!iolii. content." I I'.'lH.'y 'ill! l,!vlllll|ll,/l! MI ,a al.iui! ,ts e:'i .',';v... as :li«i otic 'be I. ,..k :..iie:ii. r a.-...-.!. liiciti;-.ii!'.Ji>. h" ijunii Hie pub- ll.-:l'..'l' auvei'ii-.t.:! i ,'..i om .i Iii;il !md cuiiic out In itl.vlalimclll.* in ;» pop- u!:u' inaiiazliie w Ii.-re tmyuiti.. yo'tiiK nr old I.DUIII read |t. ami will piob- \ T JlIRl'/.N^T you attracted by the picture f V above*? Much of its charm and appeal is the result of the Baby Grand Piano—a charm that your own home can now possess, however small it may be. 1 his exquisite Baby Grand requires no more space than an upright piano placed across a cornei-. It will fit. in the space of the upright you now own. I hen the very moderate cost of a Brambach come?, as a surprise. Think of it! An exquisite instrument with a record of quality that dates back 101 years—at a price tlo more than a high- Oracle upright, and on such easv terms. BRAMBACH BABY GRAND $ / Off Hlramlmck II the mortd't Urfit • ^ f rxcluihc manufacturer af Baby • • M f fiVam/j—n/it'c/iua-ounti/or Brumbach i/ualitj al tuch * low price 1 122 t;or ;h Main Stresl. jV/ui'f this ccm/ion/cT /Jjuiili/nl Fret liooklet J. W. JENKINS SONS' MUSIC CO. 122 North Main Streetj Hutjbinson, Kant. J'lease send me paper pattern showing tdze of tin- lir:.. '-'ti Hniiy tlti.tul. Nanio AdiircHS _ Put Furniture On Your X-Mas List Here are listed a few suggestions that can be bought for your X-mas gifts, practical, useful and decorative gift? at the right prices. Spinet Desks lu Walnut or Mahogany $20.25 to $39.75 Mahogany or Polychrome bases, (ieorgett o r Silk shades in any combination of colors well tailored $10.00 to $18.50 Junior Lamps Heal values. Poly- chroma or Mahogany bases. Weighted and piped. Any color or size, shade, in Georgette or Silk— The whole line Is of finest tailoring $16.75 to $35.00 For the Kiddies Doll Buggies Kiddy Rockers Kiddy Cars Pedal Cats toaster Wagons Doll Beds Cedar Chests \ And Flivvers Buffet Mirror $11.25 to $35410 You will find some exceptional value's in these Mirrors. We are showing one pattern in 15x48 size. Polychrome Frame, French Plate Glass, milercd ends. Special Price $19.75. Polychrome Book Kiuls, many Patterns. Your choice $2.50 A large line oi reed fiber Rockers —A wonderful, gift for the Home. Mother or Sister. Price from $19.85 to $39.75. Divan Tables 'Wonderful Values $18.50 to $35.00 You must see lliese to appreciate the real values we are ottering in these tables. ' Table Runners Felts from .$4.50 to $6.51) Tapestries S5.35 to §11.85 End Tables Many styles—In, either Mahogany or Walnut $7.50 to $18.50 Smokers From $3.85 to $35.00 Special A Polychrome Stand with metal top and Base $3.85 Chenille Rugf 24x4S—27x54 Bright cheery colors. Just thy thing tor the bed or bath roini $5.95 to $6.50 Torchiers Polychrome tops and hast-.Per pair M-85 to $8.35. Ferneries hi Fiber with Metal containers $7.00 to $13.75 Buffet Sets Colored glass, including Fruit Per Set Special $6.50 Cedar Chests Special Prices on all Chests from $15.50 to $45.00. A valuable gift for your Lady Friend, Mother or Sister. Wintbor Chairs, 16.00 and $6.25. WintUor Rocker*, $7JO and $7.75. Windsor Arm Rockers, $10.00 up. Harmon Furniture Co, Phone 41 13 South Main Terms Can Be Arranged.

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