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PAGE SIX.-' THE HUTCHTN50N NEWS/ THURSDAY. DECEMBER* '4, 1924 lllnolt In no gowns, relieved by » brilliant color, such as ;i rose on the nhoulder or a floating panel of chif- ton or mtIn. are very smart for restaurant wpnr. Oil and Gas News NOWt The WORK HAS STARTED AGAIN AT THE THIESSEN WELL Jnsper nnd llcBchka. ara now being moved The tools In. Epio Drama Southwest. of tho Th« Thleascn well Is workinu »fl»in, After a »hut down for some weeks to arrange for n new contract, It wai announced thin morning that men started to work rigging up there today and that by midnight the bit would probably be at work, It means a deeper test at the Thicssen. Tin' well, drill.:d by Voukcr nnd | Villi A5VSMTIIBC fU'* m. mm « 1 m lunulas tin* Wes. r> nil and (Ins company, wav ilrlllful to n lit- I li> Ml below HS I V I fi.|.t. the eon- trait ilf'in h. It Is locaied (in tin 1 siiuthw.-t ((iinrler of F-eetJnn 2B 21-*,w, In Mel'hei'on county, four miles north of Medor ;i. It was lointe-1 by Urmintr t '.-CTlllo, with his ! CK atliu;" dciiie Mr. Carrillo i' M1: 11 in'"tv,l,,| III 111'* well aii'l lei'. Iir-'ii li. r>•» lor rutin- line- hoipin:-; --.,111 tiiuuitiiil 1 1,;i• 1,• i ^. 'I'll.- l'tiii'«<r:'. is ten miles or M' smttln-a.-! nf tin- Welch anil Mill. r HI' II J , |,riK|»i- r « As !'>»c a« tin- hit he"ps cm i ;iMnu down Iheto Is hope than an oil. i- may In 1 brought iti lln :'c. There vv .'-'i a small show- inc of oil a few louiilia '1 !'''>'! above till' p-OJ-a'llt lli.t'olM Inn not -ut- fi,-i> lif in ijiianlil;. l .i ir...i(C a cone in.Trial lid!. A FALLING OFF IN MID CONTINENT OIL. There Is a laJliuK nit In Ibe 'pro­ duction la (ha Mid Continent field for thn last week, according to the Tulsa Oil and Gas Journal. For lie. week ending Nov. 29, as compared with thti previous week, tlur" I K a decrease, Iti this field aliiiie. of 2!.'2'> barrels. The total on!pin fur 111" week, In thin ills- irl'-t. was 1." 11.1100 barrels. Pro- .iue'ioii over the Vnlled States iner '.'iiHeil during ilie week. however, to l.l'a 'i .Ta'l or an increase of or !). ILMJ Tor the entlro country. The production was K2,- 2r,i'. n decrease ot 15U barrels for the we.-k. NEW DRY HOLE IN CHASE CO. There Is a now dry liolo tn Chaste county, drilled by tho Stor- liug oil and Refining company In thn RoiithwPHt corner or that comi- ly. It la otto more nililc' to tlio list of abandoned tests made In Chnso. IRIS Mat. 3c and 10c Evening 10c Tcnloht ~ "li-irlc "Cipkra Fireman. R«c(\mm«ntJt(J.'' r> .l<in-'.* In " "Highly Tcmorrow— \:i."i« nt'i- "TEN SCARS MAKE A MAN *«T]T! Man Who Smiled.' WORKING AGAIN ON THE WALKER WELL. Thu Krnti's Oil company has (;'!;• n nvr a drillini! conlract at the N'o. 1 Walker, lH-15-Cw, north- en r-1 of I.lille ltiver nnrt -work Is polns on there after a shut down id .-'Mtal weeks. The hnlu la now „„., „«tiuu, om-iii. down about 2.200 feet. The goolo-1 ThankpRlvtnij day at, Sterllug and tne ehonno ! ntt0ndPll t j le football gnmo there. Kelmet Holmes. Clara Holmes, LANGDON Mr. If. II. Vatlen of Hutchinson «s iiere Sirturday, hOlplnR Hie jioullry club children of tlis community to pick their pons for the next year's work. Most ot tho club members here ralso Plymouth Uocks. Mr. Glenn Wrights' have a now j sedan car. Mrs. Glenn Wright entertained tlio Turon Ladles' club of which sh« Is n member, at hor homo Friday afternoon. .Mr. and Mrs, Will Cranston, and family motored to Lawrence and spent their Thanksgiving with relnllves. Miss Inez Shennr, Marie Cranston and Myrtle Hallahnclc attended a convention In Topeka, through tho vacation. The state Mission Circle having met there ami they were our delegates. The 'Hallstjiiek families of tills community held their regular annual Tlumksgivliig dinner party at the home of Mr. nnil Mrs. It. A. Jlailshnrk this year. . Mr. nnd Mrs. O. V. Washier and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Houston, spent Draw 36 Jurors For January Court Term Tho M Jurors for tho January lerm of district court were drawn yesterdny by Sheriff Jesso Lang- fnrd nl the order of Juilgo W. (1. l-'iitrchlld. The Jurors are ordered to appear for duly on January 12. The Jurors whoso names were drawn are as follows: Albert s. Teed, Fred Lamheri Joseph fatte. It. W. Flenotd, K. O. Kilns, Geo, Shaffer, A. S. Pearson, A. O. Harnett, W, M.-Dfllfr, F. IX Ilennett, C. A. Guthrie, Harry Schall, H. S. Carr, Joe a Houston and H. C. Hoguo, all of thla city; K. H. Broker and B. \V. Teemas- ters. ot Sylvia; a. II. Bridges and C. C. Trostle, Nlckomonj John Fllckliiger, J. J. liaggett, and J. II. Delter, of Sterling; M. D. Htuckay and II. S. Uressler, of Abhyvlllc; J, n. I'nnkrntz, Htthler; Leo C. Field, Clay township; John Al- tulfiht, Protty Prairie; It. W. Ilrown, Qrant township! Willis Laughlin, llnven: I>. 13. Hester and !'. T. Flsetim, of Plevna; Floyd Powell nnd .1. .T. Fowler, Arlington; 11. M, (InlglAiiler, Tnron; t). K. l-'reueh, Reno touuhslp, and 1 15. .1. Myers, Langdon. Haa Been Very Dry Up In Rice County W, H. rturko of Litfla niver, who was In Hutchinson yesterdny, was hoping there would he Boma wet weather for tho ivhrrt In his part of the country. ''It has been very dry with us tor throe months," ho sold. "There- hns been less than an Inch M rain In that time. Only half th • wheat Is out of thn ground. There wasn't enough mlonttire to give It a start." Mr, Burke, says tho wheat if. looking good In Southwest Kansas but In the northwest part ot the state It is very poor. He *ar« It is better around Hutchinson »nil southeast than around Little River, With tho exception o! lacunar- rod, which Is usod repeatedly, there Is no one color that Is stressed at the expense of others. Wack glycerlned ostrich, tipped with white, Is arrnnged In a full spray effect nt tho back ot a black velvet hat with a siuaro crown. Yellow Cab. 2-T-T-Sat.-3t Ride 12 blockB 25o, Phono 86. New Safe Way to Remove Hair Roots No nffil now to uihU-vgo p.iinfnl t'S 'Vf rir trr;ii TiifiH n tt« t-yinove t-U|t"i- f ; ti: u-t Imir; ii'>r i« ni 'l -lv nriiinnry ln- j • i ;':t't , tIvo liiilr iPin' 1 '. crs •\vliii:h onl> A niarvltui.s nex-- - Oriental bal.-Tin j ti.wi rliscm -f -vi 'i! wjiifli is ajJlJii -'I ' a-irmft us rnsliy us <;.>M rr''iim, 1; ; pi 'iM 'tnii '-ji tt >H ;ir<l.-j thi- Ji;iir ro.'tis niul • t-.Miily ".'iisrs c\iV pvt'-y t'bJ »M -Ttr>nanil. I J'filr, r'Vtts ard aH, !• ,iv /"i ;s.Vln rlt-ar. -,\]iirp, 1; liy a::,] «=f.f t n .i i Vi -iviat. No mu :-H. Nr. oi'.ur. N-t pvowliu: : l'a-'k linir ^ii -fTjjjer tlian evi ! r. Ah- 1 Fo!nf»-ly harm I*-?*!-*. ! KiIIIKI. at Slits WPTKWfUl T\f\V , fi>Vi -ry i.k i;j •• .'iHnni.'ini- ' V 'l t'>" tM 'iiil:Ii.-!ll liili'liy FT'f,'i:illPf<=. Mul M>)>] on i:n nii£'M'jTe ciifir.irit of rtn!«vt!nii l.v A iV A \)r\l',i Co. j ;irn> W. J. Jan-all VTUK Sfro, Kl?t? believe tli*r* Is a fine chnnce for rin oit'*r \\\ this tost and many of the l:iru-pr oil comjiantos have aii'M^e there. The lest is to hi* drilled to ".u'Jil BUZZ EDDY BACK FROM ILLINOIS. Y\\y/.T. lCdily, oil wt-U driller for !flio Yntjfier ond Ooticlass company, JH hai'k from a visit with Ms relatives trt Uliuola and has Rono oti to tlu» Or^envnod comity field for work on n Bob Youker rf.^, drilliup n well thora for YouUcr and associates. Tommy Bcul, recently at work there, is to drill at the Thie?son well. ABOUT TO START AT DEEDS WELL. Work In said to ho about ready (to *tart airain on tho Pryor and Lockhart well No. 1, Samuel Deed?, Meet ion l-lft-7w ( northwest of the (own ot l.lttlfl R\ver. Henry Ros- eitthal, drillini; contractor, is get- tin;? in pome tools and equipment. Tlie w»:U wus spudded In. taonths E) NOW!—Till Saturday A Slice of Real Life! Charles G. Norn's' Novel With Mae Busch, Wanda Hawley, Myrtle Sfredmon, Hobart Boaworth, Pat O'Mallcy, Rob't Frazer, Ward Crane A story cut from the hearts of everyday people—a deep, swift, moving, thrilling story af men and women, neither rich nor poor, whose lives depend upon salaries. Conjunction With Z— Acts—2 VAUDEVILLE SHUT DOWN FOR FUEL AT SAL LEE. A broken oil truck caused a fuel .-hnrtago at the t'allee Wednesday nad there was a shut down there for a time until another truck was secured. The crews have been unable to shut off tho water In that test yet and more underreamlng Is iu sight. NEW WELL BROUGHT IN. IN COFFEY CO. A new 100-barre! well has Just been brought In, In Coffey county, southwest of Burlington In the iniek creek neighborhood. The Prairie'Pipe Line compa: ;.- Is laying a line to the well. Another t«--t will soon be started. A NEW TEST TO BE DRILLED IN SEDGWICK. There Is to be a new test drilled In Sedgwick county, center of Jho southwest quarter of section 2'M'S-le, on tho Whiitam farm, by Mildred Griffin aud Krlls Cranston accompanied Miss Vhla Detier to her homo in Winfield tor the holidays. They all report a wonderful trip and grand entertainment while away.. This month's regular meeting of the Missionary society will be held at the home ot Mrs. Drad- shaw, Friday afternoon this week. Mrs. Will, Fulka will entertain tho Farm Huivnu ladies at her home for the December meettng which will be held a week from Friday, The girls' and hoys' basketball learns from the Zenith high school played the return tuunn on our court Tuesday night. L.iugdon won both games as usiuil. A large crowd attended the game which was full of pep. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Cranston and family were Sunday auests ot Mr. and Mrs. CI. ft. Chrisllp In Hulch- liison and attended the band con,- cori in Hie afternoon. Beginning Saturday— SANTA CLAUS Will Bo Here Every Day. FOLEY PILLS REACHED THE SORE SPOT Mrs, Ellen, South Fork, Pa., writes: "I had been sufjering with my kidneys nnd nothing soeni- ed to touch the aching spot until I procured FOLEY PILLS, with wonderful results." FOLKY PILLS, a diuretic stimulant for the kidneys, gently and thoroughly flush and cleanse the kidneys and help to eliminate rolsonous waste matter. Try a bottle today and you will be well pleased with the relief obtained. The use of FOLEY PILLS Increases kidney activity. Sold everywhere. Let as put winter motor accessories on your car—we have thorn all. Phone 55. Raglnnd-KingEley Motor Co. I-lt Ride 12 blocks Phone SS. 2oc Yellow Cab. S-T-T-Sat.-St Insurance? Aetnalze—Brehm's. S-T-T-29-3t CROSSWORD PUZZLE whUkov ; '• , x. : n. ,17. ' IS. i 20. : 2:t. K. .10. , 21. {:I2. HORIZONTAL. Tag lor buulloe. A ha'tie. St ron-.; receptacles for valuable.-. rliaraeter In "i'nele Tom's I 'uhin," and not. Uncle Tom. Wrath. A grain. Xoi woiueii. I icvoui*. Xlilive Iili.'tiii. Made a hoi? I'.ku uoi^e. IU'lil»al. Pronoun. * N'ole. of scale. Part of verb "to be." Pird of peace. l'rge.> on. Von and I. Hull' an em. Another pronoun. Fat her. Trifling Ndl;i-m ('on: limed. N, galive. Kloneiited l'i-h. Sfevvn of fislie.". Child. Ai;e. Plaiit .-i with feathery leaves, I'eUitl.'UI, VERTICAL. citric Hriilt. Fan.-well. Noisy i-oitnd. Officers, first or second. Adjustments. Provisions. What you hear with Visible vapor. Haslened. Stream of wuier. Anxious. Poem. , Serpent (Cleopatra ugaiui. Pier. Calm. Look intently. Also. Prophet.- Part of the foot. ' Do wroifg; mistake. Answer to yesterday Puzzle: 's Crossword Billv Kllue. 101 West 17th St., won the Coaster Wagon lit the CADET HOSIERY Word Contest. Don't Forget THE BEAUTY PARLORS On trie Mezzanine Floor. Visit Toyland Our Third Floor Bring the little girls to Tovland. Hero they will find dolls In oil mud kinds. We have tho largest showing of dolls that we have ever assembled. Order Your Christmas Gifts by Mail We Prepay Postage. Ily all means, you should visit the big CHRISTMAS STORK and do your Christmas Shopping. Everything Is In readiness—ovorj'thing displayed for your con. venlcnco and easy selecting. Our Sales Poojile will cheerfully help you In your ChriBtmas planning and shopping. If you are unable to come to our store «s often as often .13 you would like—use our PERSONAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT. Wo will gladly do your shopping for you—or will cheerfully send you practical suggestions. Let us help you. Christmas &x Store Imported English Broadcloth Shirts $3.00 to $3.95 lion's genuine Imported English broadclonth shirts In plain tan, blue and white colors. Fine quality materials, 'i'hey u.inio In the neckband and rollur attached styles In all sizes and sleeve lengths. Prices, (3.00 and f3.!>5. Men's Fancy Colored Silk and Wool Ties $1.00 A big range of silk and wool ties in all colors In striped and figured patterns; silk Mogadores in diagonal stripes and many oilier pretty patterns. 13ig values, each $1.00. Men 9 s Knitted Silk Mufflers $6.00 A nice muffler is one thing that every man needs. And here are beautiful Swiss knitted silk mufflers of the very finest quality. They come In black, blue. gray, tan nod brown grounds with contrasting color combinations. Each, ?ij.(!0. Men's wool mufflers in plaids of blown, tan nnd gray, ?2.fi0. Men's Driving Gloves and Mittens $2.50 to $6.00 A Christmas gift that will warm his heart ns well as Ida hands—lined driving gloves and mitten:,. Gauntlet stylo gloves and one fingered driving mittens with wool lining and wrist- strap. Colors, brown and black. Price range, $2.5\i to ?G .(KI. Men* s Fine Dress Gloves $2.50 Men's dress gloves In a genuine Cape skin. Brown with black embroidered backs. This is a beautiful quality glove, and a very exceptional value, the pair ?2 ,"i». • Fine Lacy Brassieres Are Such Pleasing Gifts—at $1.00 to $2.00 Brassieres are both very practical ami uceeptablo Chrisl- IIUIB gifts. We have a beautiful selection of brassieres in hue, satin and lace, lace and net, plain satin, nnd silk Jersey materials. Each put up in a nice Christmas box. Sizoa, 3') to 'in, lit ?1.00 to J2.Q0. Other Brassieres {or Christmas Gifts $1.25 to $3.50 Wo have many brassieres In the longer styles. This type of brassiere is ideal to wear with the girdle—It comes well down over the top, ami holds tho flesh where help is needed. Many mnteiinlB Included—lace, and lace combined with satin and ribbon. Fine Pink Salln Brashlnres at $1.25 Heavy WuBh Pink Satin Brassieres at $3.50 Pink Silk Jersey Bnissieres at $3.50 All-over Lace Brassieres at $3.50 Actually Less Than Half-Price Wonderful Values Going Quickly in the December Shoe Clearance Your Choice the Entire Assortment $ 4 95 A Few Examples of the Wonderful Values $12.50 Fawn Suede Strap, brown kid trimmed, Louis heels $4.95 $11.00 Black Salin Evening - Slippers, silk embroidered tongue , §4.95 $11.00 Black and Brown Suede and Patent Oxfords, 1M Hilary heels $4.95 $11.00 Sport Strap Combinations, flat heels, $4.95 $10.00 Patent and Black Kid Afternoon Slippers, short, round toes; one-strap style; Louis . heels ; ..$4.95 Join the Crowd of Thrifty Shoppers Who are Taking Advantage of These Phenomenal Shoe Values! Hickok Bells For the Boys 65c to $1.00 Boys' Wool Slip-Over Sweaters $3.45 Boys' slipover sweaters of a fine grads wool. Colors, tan and brown with bright trimmings ot orange and blue. S'lzes, 28 to 21. at $2,15. Santa kuuW3 boys—he know what ih"y want and need—he knows ti^l every boy lovos a Hieliok belt. Hera are leather belts in black and brown with plain buckle or" Sterling Silver buckle, in any Initial ot $1.00. Also leather belts wllh fancy buckles at GSc each. Boys' Outing Flannel Pajamas $1.65 to $2.45 Flannelette pajamas inako good Christmas Gifts for the boys. They come in checked and striped patterns in blue, tan and lavender. Two-piece suits, at $'1A!>; one-piece suits at $1.03 and 51.7.",. Boys' Lined and Unlined Gloves $1.00 to $3.95 have a great showing ot all kinds of gloves for the boys. Select the Christmas Gifts here—brown unlined gloves, at $2.-lD; lined gloves ai $I..4li; gauntlet gloves in a good quality leather, and lined al, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.75. Pig, warm fur gloves at $3.03. Special Values in Ladies' Silk Hose $1.00 We have just received a special purchase of ladles' silk hose—a big line of samples. Every pair is a high quality hose. They liavo silk legs; lisle feet and tops. Thoy como In a good color rnngo, poach, flash, ciuamou, cordovan, log cabiii, black nnd others. Very, specially priced, ut $1.00. *>*^*>M**I^IM*«tM<M*Mrilt Ladies' Ribbed Sport Hose 75c This is anullier special uur- i-liaso—a large sample line of Indies' ribbed sport hose in a llslo tuul silk fibre construction. Pretty mixed colors— black antl gold, green nnd black, gold anil brown, and blue and black. Some of them nro slightly Imperfect but tiro wonderful values—priced very specially at 75c tho pair.

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