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December 5, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

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fRlDAr, DECEMBER 5, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NF.WS PAGE FIVE. Presbyterian Lads and Dads To Dine I The annual Fathers and Son* knquet ol the First Presbyterian (huroh will bs hold nt 6:15 Friday Evening In th« church basomenj. Hie program will Include spoechos kar both fathers and their boyB. Shas. Colladay Is chnlrman of the kommlttee in chargo of tho ovont. Tho program of entertainment iraa prepared by Frank H. CosL A lumber of speeches have been arranged tor the evening: Judge, P. L Martin on tho subject of "Work is a Moans of Growth nnd the Fun of It"; John Starr on "Uoye t Know"; Fred Henney on "Father's Responsibility or the Man's Cliunco"; A. I.. Oswald on "Wean Ing Father's Clothes"; Will Arndt Mi "Bucking the Lino": and ltev. D. 0. Mnuhennaa on "The Last Word on Hoys." A feature of tho program will bo » scries of short talks by the hoys. Jerry Jones, Hulph hound, Chiis. Colladay, and Joo Conwlll will each speak a few minutes on I ho subject of "What I Like Host About My Daddy". Dick Hereford, Rnbt. Schermerhorn • and Edw. Wiley will talk on the subject nt "Jokes on Dad." Music will bo furnished during the evening by Richard Hall's orchestra. ODDS AND ENDS FROM A REPORTER'S NOTE BOOK Looks Like 500 Will See Christmas Inside Local Walled City Five new Reformatory inmates were brought In yestorday, increas. Ing the enrollment at tho Institution to 494 men, which Is a larger number than it has been for a long time. Sheriff W. P. Stanley of Dnrton county brought Kills Roper, 1", Harold Gray, It!, and Elmer HUPSH, 17, who wore convicted of grand lnrceny. Sheriff McCormlck of St. John brought a fellow named Carpenter, who was convicted for an automobllo theft. Frank ECk- ler, 20, was sent in from Greenwood county. He was convicted of burglary nnd grand larceny. PASTOR NOT HOME BOARD. Alvln Wright, plumbing contrae- 1 tor, made a hurry-up drive from Nlckurson to Hutchinson In hlsi Cadillac last evening, making tho trip In less than ton minutes. That Is, ho almost got to Hutchinson. Just as be reached the Cow creek bridge on Fifth avenue he burned out a bearing. No, the youngsters know butter now. In ono of tho rooms of smaller children nt Central school yesterday tho teacher enquired how many of the youngsters believed In Santa Claus. Just one little chap raised his hand. All tho others knew better. On the samo day In pollen court nt Newton tills week. ,1. Sidney Nye, present county attorney, and Aldou Itranlne, county nttorney-olect, both pleaded guilty to tnlluro to stop at tho white traffic line, and both paid the customary fine of $2, with compliments to the judge. —x— Miss Lorcnti Worthlngton, of Dodgo Oily, was in Hutchinson this week doing shopping. "1 have previously done a good deal of buying In Knnsas City," she remarked, "But 1 find I can got as good nn assortment and at as reasonable prices In Hutchinson as in Kansas City." —x—• C. A. Lovetl. a Hutchinson grain man, Is getting quite a reputation as a writer on agricultural topics, ylle recently contributed an article on "Nitrogen and Better Wheat" to tho "Successful Farming" magazine. Des. Moines, la., that has attracted wide attention. Speaking of out-of-town shoppers, a man living 72 miles away from Hutchinson was seen at tho ready- to-wear department of tho Rora- haugh-Wiley store this week. His wife had seen a certain bargain advertisement In the Hutchinson News. "She made me drive here the first thing after breakfast this morning to get it," ho explained. —x— Hal Evarts Is now on tho edit­ orial staffs of two of IhlTblgKost magazines In tho country. He Is associate editor of "Outdoor Life," the national sportsmen's organ, nnd ho Is "outdoor editor" of the "Saturday Evening Post." Mr. Evarts Is enthusiastically boosting for tho organization of Izaak Walton Leagues* In every county In Kansas. Ho will bo one of tho speakers at tho national convention of the League next April at Chicago. Also ho hns time to got around and speak to Hoy Scout troops now and then. —x— W. Y. Morgan, editor of the Hutchinson News and Herald and Mrs. B. Hnldeman-Jullus, of Olrurd, nationally known writer nnd publisher are to bo among the speakers at the' Third District Authors club which will meet at Pittsburg, Dec. 11. A recent Issue of "School and Society," a scientific and educational magazine published at New York city, contains as Its lending article one written by Richard 11. Price, formerly superintendent of Hutchinson schools. It Is entitled "The Scientific. Study of Problems In Educational Finance." —x— W. H. Marshall, one of the pioneers of Hutchinson, who came here In tho early '70s, and lived here for a quarter of a century, Is now located in Florida. Mr. Marshall sends tho News a poem which ho has written describing a boat trip on Lake Okeechobee, In that state. • "It Is the largest fresh water lake In America, south of the great lakes." he writes. "It IB an inlnnd sea 60 miles long and 40 miles wide. This state has n lovely climate. I have bananas on my tree: only one year old. Cut a largo bunch yesterday." koe, Okla. spent last week visiting at tho homes of Joe Thompson and Lon Metcalf. Mildred Cecil spent the week end with homo folks. Mrs. John Miller spent Inst week with Mrs. Frank King. Miss Flossie Pliyllps of Darlow spent Wednesday night with Golda Tissue. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Mnrkham called at Freeman Halls Sunday P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Marino of Ford county are spending this week.at W. W. Havorcrofls. Mr. A. C. Everett came home from tho hospital last Wednesday. Fred McClellins entertained relations last Sunday. Mr. Dttrfllnger and John assisted Joo Thompson with his work last Saturday. A nice rain fell In this community last Wednesday night. Will'Lovo motored to Kingman one dny this week. PARTRIDGE Chas. Chase and Jim Davis attended a sale near Tretty Prairie lust. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hill of Chero- Chlorine Gas Heals Sore Gums The reports of tho 1!. S. army surgeons on the curative value of Chlorine Oas in certain diseases read llko modern miracles. Out of over a thousand mixed cases 70 per cent cures are reported. It Is gratifying to find that Chlorine Gas ia now available to any person In his home. Tho gaa IB r .Lined with other valuable healing agents In a liquid form and has been named Jo-Vox. Most important of all, It. hns been found that this new product, Jo- Vex, stops the treacherous gum disease known as Pyorrhea which Is usually accompanied by sora and bleeding gums, loose loeth, etc., nnd .liich resni's In broken health and false tjtth unless mastered. DrunglHts are ordering Jo-Vex for I'cal distribution. A. & A. Drug Co. nnd Foltz Pharmacy have just received fresh shipments direct from the laboratory. If your druggist's supply Is exhausted The Jo- Vex Chemical Co., Akron, Ohio, will send a full slzn bottle with complete Instructions upon receipt of Jl.00. BETHEL A. M. E, ON SAINTS' Rev. n, F. (look's pastor ot llethol A. M. E. church asks the News to correct a statement that recently appeared In which it was said the pastor of Bethel church vtni on tho board ot Saints Homo, a negro charitable Institution. "This Institution Is being fostered for negroes In this city by the •pastor ot tho Sanctified church 3 Mown as tho "Saints' Home," explained Rev. Brooks. "Hut I am not concerned In tho institution. I was not present at tho meeting and did not even know of it." Rev. John Hill, manager of tho Home, explained that it was Rev. I (larman, a former pastor of the i Second Baptist church who was •connected with the Home and not Rev. Rooks. ENLARGE STAGE FOR CUT..IAS CANTATA Tho stage at tho new Sherman junior hlch school auditorium has been extended out ov< r the orchestral pit 0 feet to make It large enouch to hold the glee clubs in the Senior high Chi! .mas cantata Dec. 12. There has been talk also of buying scenery curtains and stage props for tho stage so that it can he used for all high school plays and any outside productions. Leopard printed latlus and velvets are being used for overtunlcs ,ns well as bandings and trimmings. Shop-o-Scope will snow you a lot of things yon never knew about Xmas shopping. tf. Says-Now Stiff Joints Must Co! New Discovery Limber* 'Em Up nnd Even the Creaking Cease*. ' Yes; it's truo—tho world progresses. All you have to do nowaday* to limber up that stiff, rusty knee jolut Is to squeeze a halt inch miracle working substance, from a tube. Then rub it on the oft'gndlng pari for about n quarter of a minute or until it soaks through tho skin and disappears on Its errand of mercy. Thou read tho evening newspapers and go to bod. The chances are that your misbehaving* kneu Joint will lose its "creali" while you aro dreaming about thu high fences you used I" l*up when you were e youngster. "And in the morning." says one who has tried the new discovery, "you'll feel so happy th£-t you'll want to jump Into your sportiest clothes and walk briskly down the street just to show the neighbors that you aro not as old ns they think yon are." Joint-Ease ihey call this wonder working suhsianco, for the reason that when ordinary remedies fail to Umber up tho still, inflamed rheumatic joint, or roduco tho swelling, Joint-Easo succeeds. It's a good namo for a good, clean, penetrating prescription thai in just a few mouths bus proven to a multitude of people that lame, swollen, distorted joints can speedily have tho kinks taken out ot thorn nnd work ns smoothly as over. .Sut Joint-Ease Is for bothersome Joints, whether in knee, ankle, hip, shoulder, spina or finger, and for that purpose its sale Is immense. A & A Drug Co. have a big supply of It anil druggists everywhere report a big demand. Always remember, when Joint Ease gots in joint agony gets out —quick. Mall orders filled, cash or C. O. D„ Pope Laboratories, Hallowell, M»ln« CHOCOLATES And the bottom layer is just as good as the topi WORLD'S LARGEST CHAIN DEPARTMENT STORE ORGANIZATION RELIABLE QUALITY GOODS ALWAYS AT IvOWER PRICES 571 DEPARTMENT STORES 20 South Main, Hutchinson, Kansas Coats anaDresses Silk Dresses An assortment of styles ranging from the plain to the more elaborate, in silk crepes of various kinds. All the newest shades and trimmings. Size* for women and misses. Wool Dresses &UD A variety of styles and materials, new this season. All the popular shades, trimmed with buttons, eni« broidery, braid, etc. Smart models in sizes for women and misses. &U P Silk Hose for Gifts Excellent Values to Choose From! Silk Hosiery is always popular for gifts, and our values in hosiery will make it worth your while to purchase here. You can select from the season's most wanted shades. Women's Silk Hose, 12 strand pure thread silk, with mercerized garter top, heel and toe. Pair, 98c Full Fashioned Hose, pure thread silk 20-inch boot with lisle garter top and reinforced heel and toe. Pair, 49 All Silk Ingrain and All Silk dip-dyed Hose of heavy quality. Full fashioned to lit the ankle snugly. Pair, Winter Coats Warm House Slippers Make Gifts Appreciated by All Warm and serviceable houie slippers aro liked by til, and make popular Christmas gifts. Our displays will prove especially inter«stlng to you both because ol the variety of the styles and the prices which afford important savings. Sizes for All the Family Self collared ind fnr trimmed Coats in assortej materials and (hades. New styles for dress or general wear, with fancy pockets, bvtton trim, and new sleeve*. Sires for women and misses. U4I 5 up 89c $1.98 40,000 Destitute Children! You Can Help Them! There will be a World-wide observance next Sunday of the Golden Rule—"Do onto others a*> you would they should do unto you." President Coolidge enjoyed a Golden Role dinner the other day of thick soup, bread, stewed fruit and cocoa, and enjoyed it. Fat a Golden Rule dinner yourself next Sunday at a cost of about five cents and contribute the difference between that and the cost of your usual 1 Sunday dinner to help Near East Relief orphans to help themselves. 1 It costs 5100 a year to feed, clothe and train! these innocent little victims of war and race hatred. Send contributions to Cleveland H. Dodge, Treasurer, 151 Fifth Avenue, New York Gty, or leave it with u* any day next week to go forward with our own contribution. Lowney's Chocolates Can Be Purchased FOLTZ PHARMACIES In Answering Ad?ertisements Please Mention the News and Heraid

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