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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 February 1928

[ VOL. 2—NO. 41. STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FKBRUARY 1928. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 11 s ■ t I MISS MANAHAN CANDIDATE TO HEAD SCHOOLS Present County School Super- intendent Asks Election Next Term 101 new here in these columns uml ' iiinonK lliu names of enmity cundl- (liilen who have officially aniioun HICKMAN JUDGE cod for office will be found this, week the name of Miss Una Mana- Iilin. I he present comity superinten- dent of schools who is asking the nuffaniKe of Hnlchinson county peo- ple at the comillK election. Miss Affiliation was appointed by the com-' tnfssioners court in September. as the county's lirst county super- intendeiit. and so well and ably has she performed the duties of her of-1 lice that there is no one the minds of the people lime as :i suitable person important office else in i it ibis this! for I D IIEIIftEMIIfE $250,000 Taxes in J. K. nCUUCUUIlC One Day Shatters FOR TREASURER GIRLS, MARRY A DOCTOR Miss best, or <1 tin 1 Hied for tin' Manahan at least person...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 February 1928

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 192S. tlfe Hutc NUNN-V/AHRE.N PUXUvIStflNG COMPANY, Inc. Mr. anil Mrs. Ben F. Smith—Editors Entered *i second class mutter January 7, •27, ut tUt Potttofficc muder the act o( March it27*. at .th^ Pom t office at StUuiult, Texas, SUHSCKirTJON KATES Hutchinson end Adjoining Counties One Year ...... —uur ... $2.04 Outside Adjoining Counties One Year *2.50 Six Monthn ... _ $1.60 Three Months - - b6 U Stops When the Time la Out PHONE NO. 11 a. IHKKCTORY OF THE COUNTY OF FICIAtS OK Hl'TCHINSON | most county, trxas 1 there £r8r j^t!t:ntuij:;xm! ol reasoning mmrn+m the time has come wjien law- less ness Will override right- eousness, and the nation will fall of ite own corruption. There is only one way to check this wave of murder and other crime and that is, to re- turn to a strict and fearless enforcement of our laws. An ey<* for an eye and a tooth for a tooth must be demand- ed and exacted in every case where men willfully murder their fellows. This is the sal- v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 February 1928

endered in fsn i <1 eourt on the 13th day >f January. A I). 102#. for If>«> sum of' «•«! oii'e .. '2001.f50 ftii<1 other rollt f. in favor of tin-; prior f<> • ii<* in ni l«*nwt one iicvvk finy of February. A. h. l'.l'JK, nt I I :w o'eloek A. M, 1«• v y on t li«k •rilicd property belonging m ier Oj| Corporation, to wit An a shiunnicnt of an oil and gic b-nso on tin* North tili.U in res oi' Se- lion I I IIlurk Y _• Certificate No. 7" IV .V ( '. N C Ity. surv• ■ v. Hutch imou County. Texas. • Miitainini; if. i i i# .i<t a • ijrimii i,j I.(.-in;: having been executed on I In J'Jnd «• • > of Jo!. A l> l! by W I Irvin t«. ihc Tyler < i 1 ('orporat ion and i~ of re I took • ::ii ;i ■ Cage | II | ni In-ed lleenrd* "i I IntchinMin i'onniv Textc : .-.'iiii* I), lot; .i part of the hind i n i ! ml id in thai certain oil ami fftts I <•;« *-• ••. e.\ ecu (cd on tin* 11th liny uiic A. I . I b>. John md wife. s. M h„si. I.-vm, i«i Margie lidtfnr, lessee, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 3 February 1928

m mm<m FEBRUARY FRIDAl HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD T-imbi tAQt FOUR PERSONAL ITEMS Mr. Duhlap of Aiuarillo apent pnndiy hir* the sues) of friends. r - " ' Mrs. W. H. Stradley spout Mon- day and Tuesday In Borger. Mr, KoU«y of the couuty clerk's forte spent the week end in Amur- 1110 visiting with home folks. n. O. Wtlkins spent Tuesday and "Wednesday in our city visiting with friends. week He Sheriff Joe Qwnhey left this for U'ink. Texas, on business, will bo gone several days. i A, A. T. Hill left WeWdnesday for Ddll&s where he will spend a month visiting with a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Kussel Brown spent llio week end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 15. B. Owen, parents of Mrs. Bl'Ofcn who live near Amarillo. Joe Anderson of Cromwell. Okla- homa, spent several days here this week visiting with his friend. J. T. fey ton. Hiram Aynesworth. attorney re-1 turttM Saturday from Austin whele ho spent the past week tak- ing the State Bar examination. j Mr. Biddy, former resident of; out- city,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 16 November 1934

I ' I r The Hutchinson Countv Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson Conuty EIGHT PAGES TODAY STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 19:54 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIJ>A* STATE REVISION OF CURRICULUM DISCUSSED EDUCATORS EXPLAIN NEW MOVEMENT FOR SCHOOL OUTLOOK GOOD ORIENTATION COURSE FOR TEACHERS PLANNED Tho proposed state-wide cur- riculum revision of Texas public schools formed the chief topic for discussion at a meeting of Hutch- inson county teachers Saturday morning at the Borger high school auditoriu m. Dr. H. M. Cook of West Texas Slate Teachers' College, who is v curriculum advisor for the Pan I'ViUndle Plains section; Prof. J. F McDonald of the extension depart ment of Texas Teehological col lege; and W, A. Mcintosh, super- intendent of Amarillo .schools; were principal speakers. "We are engaged in one of the most fundamental movements in tho history of Texas education during the past 25 years," Dr Cook stated in his address. "The Texas school system needs over- h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 16 November 1934

fk<S& TWO Society TELEPHONE ICO New Club Formed At Stinnett Stitch and Chatter'* club was organized at he home of Mr;. Henry Hoff of Stinnett Tuesday afternoon. Two hours of pleas- ant conversation and planning for the new organization was spent by the young married women, who stitched Industriously. Mrs. Henry Hoff was selected as piesident, Mrs. Elwin Larkey, Vice-president and Mrs. Clarence Kates was named secretary and reporter for the club. She will entertain the group at her homy next Wednesday, when the first weekly meeting will be held by the ladies. In attendance were Mosdame* Hce Turner, William Parks. El- win Larkey, Raymond Rates, Charles Holmes, Fayette Ehrhart. I larence ^ates, and tiie hoste -s Mrs. Hoff. nlglu at Looney's Green Lantern Grill, "Many who would have given us great literature were killed or their talent buried in the horrors of the war," Mrs. Martin stated in referring to the late conflict as "wholesale murder." ''Mrs. Martin read "Edith Cav- ell"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 16 November 1934

RID AY, NOVEMBER 16, 1934 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PACE THREE — SHOP AT FURR FOOD STORE SATURDAY LAST WEEK'S WINNERS T. G. Keener, C. H. Zimmer, Wallace Nelson, Mrs. R. W. White,Mrs. M. B. Brown, Mrs. Wayne O'Keefe, Mrs. C. E. Blackburn, C. R. Allen and C. H. Hippie. fi wuamma I 'ryj SflEUUHHBI Yes, Sir! Ten turkeys wll be given away absolutely free at your Fuv;- Food Sfore Saturday. Beginning a' 10 a. m., one turkey will be given away each hour throughout the day until 7 p. m. But that's not the only reason you Should shop here—note the money-saving prces quoted in this advertisement Market Prices Good For Fri.. Sat and Man. OrIv Choice C uts From Pinkney's Stamped Beef A Rreal Bargain, Pound OYSTERS Large White Eastern, Pint PORK STEAK Fresh and lean, Pound Q£c HOT BARBECUE Boneless Beel or Pork, Pound ^Hc SALT MEAT lis f ine for brVi.ng or frying, Pound jmMm «&. f -m.' m * s- f % i ■ j* v- ■ V J0&V >w W # . y ■ : , 3- &,■ / v' •• ,* , : • •• ; V. V :'v" V /, ; * Vs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 16 November 1934

PAGE FOUR HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1934 ! 32 PIECE DINNER SET 1 $4.75 FYREX CUSTARD CUPS 5c GREEN WATER PITCHER WITH G GLASSES 69c MOPS O-SO EASY 49c EVERYTHING IN PYREX OVENWARE CAST ALUMINUM ROASTER S5.49 MEDIUM SIZE ATTENTION" HOUSEWIVES! ARNOLD LUPTON HARDWARE IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO BE OF SERVICE TO YOU. Phone 607 50c Will Lay Away Any Article In Our Store SPECIAL TRICYCLE SI.95 — t BUCK ROGERS GUNS j 49c ROASTER GET YOUR ROASTER HERE SPECIAL $2.39 LITTLE MAN-YOU'VE HAD A DIZZY DAY ! Mm* I W'vS, ■■ - ■ ■ mjm®m d 3 O Bftl B A m uT, t ffci S. A :* A WARNER BROS FIRST NATIONAL PICTURE Prevue Chenault's To Open Christmas Toy land A Christmas toyland,. which will !)<• headquarters for toys and Lril'ts <>f :> 11 kinds designed to make the kiddles happy, will he (i ened oil the balcony at Che- nault's Saturday. The balcony Is being painted and di "orated with Christmas Sights and trimming this week. Two hundred feet of counter space will be filled with o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 16 November 1934

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HKRALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1934 For the girl a 16 inch, sleepy eyed talking DOLT FOR THE BOY Extra Heavy Wood Tool Chest m Pink, blue and White Dresses SI J9 4 .Screw driver, hammer, saw and pliers, and ruler, only PRE-CHR1STMAS SPECIALS 5c to $1.01) STORE Kassell 5c to $1 Store Use our lay-away plan. A small deposit will hold any article Borger, Texas District Manager Of Spencer Corset Firm Attends Fort Worth Convention Mrs. E. T!. Miller, district man- championship of the organization nger of tiio Si>encer Corset com- • I lii-o111-;11<>nt the country. liusi- pany, left Wednesday to attend 1 n■ ■; during September and Oc- a convention at tlie Worth Hotel tober exceeded a 1 1 previous In Fort Worth where she i month in the history of the com- scheduled to addle: delegates. puny. Approximately -100 oorsotieres from all parts of Texas are ex- pected to attend the meeting. Mrs. lil,niche Green, president • I' the Spencer Corset eompan ; I-'. .... , . In :n (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 4 January 1935

t > the Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! —NO. 7 Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County BORGER, STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 193 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIBAY Small Stinnett Girl Remains In Hospital Rossie Pearl Dean, 8-year old j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Dean, of Stinnett, who was in- j jured by an automobile near the ! courthouse one day last week, is still confined to St. Anthony's | hospital in Aniarillo. The full extent of her injuries seem hard to determine, accord- ing to reports from friends. Mrs. Dean has remained at her bed-' 1 side, while Mr. Dean and their other children are staying in the I J home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred | Stephens at Stinnett. Af ^ CITY FIRE LOSS FOR 1934 SETS NEW LOW LEVEL $1,445.00 reported to- tal damages for year RECORD PRAISED many buildings here are shown not insured Already one of the two towns with the best fire rating in Texas Borger set a new record for it- self in 19 34 with a fire loss of but $1,445.00, according to a report...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 4 January 1935

«-v ii!'- Pistol . - ■■■ ^Ar,fc - HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. 1935 HUTGHiiNSON COUNTY HEKAI.O Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCANN—Editor and Publisher Emit to secrecy regarding the reports, culty and offers a good chance The la v- provides that Lhc indi- also for Texas to develop a pro- vidual i eturn made by each farm- gram of home industries whicli ; i-r is absolutely a confidential gov- win create much wealth within ___ ____ .'UaL rnment report. All employees are the State. Entered as' second class matter January 7, 1927, at - | required to read the law and pen- ■•Relief clients manufacturing the Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March AUSTI.V, Tex.. Dec. 28. Tb- alii* imposed for disclosure of. Simple hcuxehold furniture, from 8- ,18'jy'. jmi'nb'n deaths in Tt <a« di ' inform!'-' ion. The director desires lumber made at the work center Centennial Plans To Require Fund Legislature think: A request should be made for i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 4 January 1935

/ FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1935 THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THRH8 PKINGLE NEWS Mr. ui d Mrs. It. C. Chisum had as *5 unity tli 11 nor Clients Mr. and Mrs. Lieb and family, Cam Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. War- ren and, aughter, Miss Mary Wurreis,T lrs. M. L. Chisum and chlldrojhS V. M. Lieb, 1. C. Stith, Miss Una Stith, Miss Iris Lie!) and Belli! Bentley. Mrs. Annie Lou It. Deering and iss Helen Slater, who have been ay ay for the Christmas holidays feturned home Sunday. £ L. W. Iinudsen made a trip to * Aiuarillo Tuesday to get his wife fwho has been unyler a pliysl- 4c1an's care. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Chisum en- Btertained with a "Watch Party' lNew Year's eve. Those attending (were Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Chisum and family, S. II. Chisum, Mr. fend Mi . W. It. Forester and family, Jeff Chisum, Misses llel- ?n Slater, Esttlen:1 Harris. Ona Stiili, Mary Warren. Earlene Chisu'i and Maxine Holloway. and Messrs. Merle and Bennie pentl-' v and Allen Womble. A refreshment course was serv- ed at midnight...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 4 January 1935

PAGE FOUI Importance Of Mental Attitude Shown bleacher's Talk Members Of West Ward I5. T. A. ohildre T-TiiManre.j .1 qrciit J «1 Bow u t( I ,jer of " "It's unt'ort can'i select ffrain'.pi-.vents and on t the' oxn parents for ittitudei of our i hllavsn toward ,peo| le awl the ri-:b!fe.Bi8 of life are form- ed ;;vi!t , .li ioivs before they are born,' . Miibl 1 Orkldle, tea* • er of English at Borger hish school, told mt'Tiibers of ■; Wr.d P. T. A. a the m hel l Wednesday af rnoon ; ' '■ hit. •• school auditoriu a 7,Irs. Criddle spoke on "The Practical Application of M' :>> ■' Hy iene.'' She re! r <■' hviilene as correct healthy ti- tueSos. ^Sopie of the mi-; 1 u' faets in a child's • ire in answer to the-o que;;"fn Was he wanted? Wn • h the" opportunity. ,o have !> ly health l:i>Jy" 1 trained to belie', • that , ht amount to sometliin? T' can do anything that ht to do up to the limit of hi." >il ity provided he h< 1 to a. - rifice eroush t do i; "Ha: he h( n •. \...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 4 January 1935

■ i\ f31f$ rW&ws+Sm r .•• FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1935 [HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE FI|CE BOOR REVIEWS IJy DON A. HENNES8EE BABY by Cynthia! The books reviewed below are Jfflt.nd in the Burger Public Li- brary. BENEFITS RECEIVED by Alice Crqiit Rusraan. jjt.ike Hugh Walpole's Duchess ofWrexe, old Mrs. Devonshire was u splendid relic of a brighter, more magnificent day. Alone in her Portman Square house, she re- mained spirited, aggressive dom- inating her family with that same keenness of mind and wit which had made her a great lady in Ed- wardian days. In young Biddy Kerlin, an impoverished grand- daughter whom she brought to live in Portman Square, she finds a spirit equal to her own in inde- pendence, subtlety, love of beauti- ful things. The sudden and dru- matic quarrel which separates the two is the motivating Impulse in -Miss Rodman's story. From it de- velops the lovH affair between Biddy and Sholoty Fen wick. From it Mrs. Devonshire stands reveal- ed a"- one of I lie most ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 4 January 1935

IIP-*!!!® ' X * 'AGE SIX • HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 19SS :•- ' itSSH FOOD STORE BORGER YOU WILL FIND mm i i SOAP SPECIALS WHITE KING Granulated Soap, Medium size package WHITE KING TOILET SOAP 3 Bars PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 Bars CRYSTAL WHITE 1 5 Giant Bars BORAX WASING POWDER 2 Small packages for 19c 13c 14c 19c THESE NtttES 6088 FRIDAY 4TH TO FRIDAY Wit O We make no secret about the key to our values in groceries. Service, integrity and an honest desire to sell you the finest foods at a fair price is the key. We are proud to be able to of- fer you these values week after week and suggest that you re- solve to shop here for quality foods at low prices throughout 1935. Karo Syrup No. 5 Can 29c PICKLES, whole four or Dill, quart jar PIMENTOS 7 ounce can 15 11 c SPINACH, Medina, 3 No. 2 cans c CORN, Rosedale Golden Bantam, No. 2 can 25 11' SUGARS 52c * CRACKERS, A-1 2 Pound Caddy BEAN SPROUTS La Choy, can 17 CATSUP Empson s LIMA BEANS 2 Pound Package MILK, Borden's or Carn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 11 January 1935

the Hutchinson Co1 tnty Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. 8—NO. 8 BORGKIl, STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY J I, I'J.'J PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY KILLION SITE SELECTED FOR BORGER'S NEW FEDERAL BUILDING I COUNTY LEAGUE OFFICIALS MAKE CONTEST PLANS GROUP VOTES TO HOLD ANNUAL MEET IN BORGER HEADS PRESENT WORK RHYTHM BAND IS INCLUDED IN COMPETITION Morris Reappointed As Postmaster Word luis just been receiv- ed here from Washington ot the pe-ai>|K>intnient of .). K. Morris as Burger postmaster. At the beginning of tnc present Democratic adminis- tration, Morris was appointed postmaster to take the place of Mrs. Hurry Bowers. His new appointment is for a per- iod of four yeaiH. Here's Food For A Sermon The executive committee of the Interscholastlc League for llutcli- inson county met at the office of • Miss Ona Manahan, county super- 'dBintendent Saturday morning, Jan- uary 5, with the following mem- bers present: James M. Metcalfe, director general;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 11 January 1935

PAGE TWO HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD - FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935 Baptist Circles Convene Monday "The Banner of the Cross In the I.and of Our Lord" was the sub- ject of the mission program of the Baptist \V. M. S. which was held Monday afternoon at the church. The program was directed by VIi- R. M. Hunter. Those taking part were Mrs. Mary Jane Fields, Mrs. 0. L. Wininger, Mrs. Herman Cha ill bless, Mrs. Itoy Ragland, Airs. W. West, Mrs. F. H. Wenden- bu/g and Mrs. L. F. Moree. Mrs. Al W. Arnold sang a solo, "Sun- rise." Reports were heard from the three circle chairmen: Mrs. Her- man Chambless of Camp Circle, Mrs. II. T. Martin of South Circle and Mrs. C. H. Dunlap of North Circle. Refreshments were served to the following: Mesdames Eva Goodwin, iSarl Estop, FI. T. Mar- tin, Charles F. Thomas, W. L. Mills, B. K. Jordan, W. Z. Nichols, L. L. Moree, Herman Chambless, Roy Hedgecoke, Weldon West, Roy Ragland, Bob Alfred, A1 W. Arnold. R. M. Hunter, O. L. Wininger, C. Tl. Dunlap, A. J. Wells,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 11 January 1935

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935 , HUTCHINSON COUNTY HEKALD ■ page TI £ \ \ it Jr" Here is a food sale that is really an event. It gives Borger houM' wives an opportunity to saw on tiieir v. • • i ' shoppi with- out cutting down on either quality or quantity. Serve the best th ;g Week and yet save on the cost—shop you Furr Food Store. COFFEE Break o' Mor,n, 1 ' b. Pkg. Jfc CORN OR P " AN FLAKS f|c Jersey, Package W SOAP Chips, Q|c 3!ue Barrel, 5 Lb. Pkg. LUX TOILET SOAP SOAP. Bar LUX FLAKES Lge. Pkg. CAMAY TOILET SOAP, Bar % j£c Macaroni or Spaghetti £ Bcchnut. 1 Lb. Celio Pkg. MA ZOLA OIL Pint Can TOMATOES No. 1 Can ¥3 CHASE & SANBORN 1 Pound Package ■■■■ 10 Lb, Cloth Bag - \ r PRUNES Med. Size. Pkg. -«I|C $| 2 Pkg. I& Box $ TOMATO SOUP i-h' ' p >, 1 | Pumpkin, Libby's | Custard. 2 No. 2 '/a Cans tar $im\ H ts '.are e'ght bar- gains in miscellan- eous lit ms that you car t afford to pes j u^p. Get out yoi tr pencil and check the ones you will need right now. wm. " V\ ' 0% \\ ■ &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 11 January 1935

FOUR ft ;HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935 s £2K?a RIDING PANTS y Good heavy work boots. All sizes. Leather and rubber soles. Men's riding pants, all sizes in brown and black Whip Cord. is v'<%.h;: ii mmi Small money will buy big packages fn this sale. \ GREATEST EVIR HELD IN mm Clearance Price Clearance Price -mmmmmmmmmmmm Folk! the backward Fall Season left us with too much heavy merchandise. Therefore) dollars in this gigantic store-wide sale. We believe it better to clear our stock each sf towers. BE HERE THE FIRST DAY! BUY NOW - SAVE - S. PRIC m mm MILLINERY IS5 9 S&35H3 B8 wm ILL I1TS 111 Pw 1 y&W m ** -• *# M Fm' ■ >k? w ,^v 9 -, ■ yf y-.S-fr •*$&/£. Ife /•* ■ MA- LADIES FALL FELTS $1.95 Values. Clearance Price One Group of BERETS AND SOFTIES RAYON PANTIES Tailored and L.ice Trimnved 15c 'fswrnrnmrnm i*W>! Ifi NEVER AGAIN i ^SEPMITS M ' - , NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY DRESSES One Group of Beautiful Dresses in wool knit and ®j Silk. CLEARANCE H ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 11 January 1935

/ / ,';<v < PRTDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935 imiTCTIINRON COUNTY HERALD r jPAGE FIVE •• i "Wm i1 - ■■ . £# *"1 v . ^^Ss^L\r.r-- I ^SteC 'JCS^ >e, Therefore we announce Our Great January Clearance Sale, You can save many stock each season, so we have at all tiroes a clean and fresh stock for our ens- SPECIAL W. L. DOUGLAS OXFORDS $4 50 and $5.50 values. Black and Brown. Brok- en sizes. LOOK MEN'S DRESS SHUTS Fast colours. Full cut, 7 buttoned front. 2 FOR JllliM' Wm&BM I £U FRI.-SAT.-MON. U8SES' S9ATS Sport and Fur-Trimmed SI0.00 Values Clearance Price WmSs JliSgnSK ■ '"ffimz'Ti LH7 kh L3a. $ yJi cJSf iSfiB ,^e*Mss££ZT 'K ^!wa?s^B88a<S!h KsnciETOTff^'a ALL COATS MUST BE Regardless Of The Price One group Black Fur trimmed Celenese Lined. A REAL CLEARANCE . ft *"3L' M &Wl Men's Heavy Ribbed III? 'II *3. WE5 BjMHBKWiBaBtBBIinEaWWWS^WWWr t e\f\ A !-■ -raStssr Group .No, 2—HIGH GRADE Silk linned. Regular $14.95 values. CLEARANCE PR^CE milUHUBiWBII 11MB 11 HI 'i I H ' T SESTET ...

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