The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on August 31, 1918 · Page 10
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 10

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, August 31, 1918
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PAGE TM, THE HttTClttNSOtf NH-WS. - SATURDAY, AUGUST 81, 1918. Be Sure to Bring Home Today some furniture polish—and don't forget the name—it's Diamond Spraglos I want. Diamond Spraglos keops furniture and woodwork always looking new. It easily and quickly removes discolorations and covers up surface scratches, leaving a brilliant, hard and lasting finish. I like it because it does my work so well and with so little exertion—just a few drops on a slightly dampened cloth, wipe dry, and back comes the lustre and the beautiful grain of the wood. There isn't a trace of acid in it, doesn't harm the finest finish, and isn't mussy to use. Diamond Spraglos is made by the Diamond Manufacturing Company in Hutchinson, Kansas, and you can buy it right on your way home at most any of the better stores. First Avenue Baptist Church, 6:30 u. in., .Sunday school session; :J1 a. 111., morning worship closing ! wild the olwirvulici" of the Lord'* '.fiiipiirr. 1'iihlor's iliriin-: "Tim Church 'mill Her NYw Opportunity." 7 p. m„ 'lor mill Junior; si p. in,, evening wot - - fiuip, pasior's thi'ino: "Tim Church ami I hi.' l„'il)orii)s Cliissi 'B." The pus- tor will pnnch at UIK Prosperity ' fct\oul lioiu'e at 11:15 p. in., also. I'niyer nui'llng Wednesday ovenlns at s ii'ducli. A cordial Invitation and .welcome lor all. "A stranger only once." Horace \V. f'ole, pastor. Hndley Methodist Episcopal Church. ! Corner Avenue and Him. Sunday Hcliool a. in,; mo tiling worship 11 o'clock. District Superintendent 3)r. I). 11. Sivilzer will preach. I3p- hvorth l.enKiie 7 p, m.; .song and jiralse MTVICC S p. in,, followed by -.fwrnion at S - !1U. Prayer meeting ^Wednesday S;l'. p. in. Ladle*' Aid Tliurfday. Special meeting of choir ;Friil»y S p. in. William T. Danuer, | First Methodist Episcopal Church, j Corner First and Walnut. !>:30 IJSHIIKIU )' schuol; II a. in. worship wilh 'Communion; 3 ji. in. unior U>uguo; 7 vp. ni Kpivoith I.*itgue; 8 |>. in. wor- •Blilp, milijei't; John an Apostlo"—a Chiiracler sketch. The sacrumont of r thp lord's Supper will bo observed at J 'the morning worship hour. Prayer ,'»nd prait.o meeting Wednesday evo- JUIDK « »• in. Acting pustor, G. IA-IH- 111011. United Presbyterian Church. Fourth and Poplar, llible Bchool at Mfi n. in, Preaching at 11 o'clock. feuUifiot: "TUii Old Order and lue iNow," or Two Opinion* Regarding {Ijjct Fctur«." Young l'eopln'a meeting jat 7. .I'roachlng survico at 8. Sub-' fleol: "Grapna of Thorns and Figs of ;ffliiHtlps." Wednesday ovontng prayer nipetliig at S o'clock. Evorybody wel- |Oouio to all services. A. ; Shannon, pastor. jlrwln Memorial Presbyterian Church. fi Corner Fifth QR,d Severance atresia. BaMmth school at 9:45 a. in.; n'p gory. Ices at 11 a. UJ . Preaching services at $;W it, ui. 'by Bey. W. il. Hoover, pf Iffutchlnsou. First United Brethren Churoh. 8:45 u. in. Sunday school; 11 it, nj.; y roguMjt of tho conference uud vote the congregation the pastor will each ou "UlhUeaJ Giving" a* this hour, 7 p. in. Christian IQndoavor; S p. m. regular ' evening services; Wednesday, mid-week prayer meeting and THblo study at S p. m. The public Is cordially Invited to attend these services. 11. C. Hussell, pasior. Flret Presbyterian, Corner Sherman and Poplar streets, IU>v.-James Edgar Wilson, pastor, Sunday school-at 9:45 a.m. Public worship at 11 u. ni., sermon by tntf Uev. Clyde 10. Matson, ot Cooper College, Sterling. Music under direction of Dr. Frederic Rogers. No evening service. First Church of Christ, SclenthU. Servires are held In church edifice, corner of Main and Fourteenth etreets Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sub-, I Ject: "Christ Jesus." Sunday school is held ut 9; -ID a. in. Tho Wednesday evenlug testimonial service at 8 o'clock! The public is cordially invited. First Congregational Church. Comer 11th and Walnut streets. Geo. (1. HOBS , minister. Morning worship 11 o'clock, theme: "Imitating the MaMer." Sunday school 9:30; classes fur all ages. Strangers always welcome, to all the BervlceB of this church. Evangelical Church—Grandvlew, Sunday school 10 a. in. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Evening services, Young People's Alliance at 7:80. Preaching at 8. Kverybody Is welcome to enjoy tho day with us. H. J. Wohlgenette, pastor. Fifth avenuo -and Main street, Morning worship at 11 o'clock, Ser. mou by the pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. tn., k'Bson, Christian (Jiving. There will be no evening service. C. Wilbur Nelson, pastor. South Hutchinson M. E, Church. Sunday school at 10 a. ni. Preaching sen-Ice at 8 p. m. Serman by the Jtev, D. H. Switzer. A cordial wel- co ,mo tor all Elmer M. E. Church. .Sunday school at 10 a. in. Preaching service a.t 11 a. m. Subject: "Giving, The* Fruit at'* Christian Life," 'Hie Upnje-like church, with u wolcomo for aU, Cavalry United Brethren Church, Corner at Ntmiv* and Avenue A »e«t. A, X*, PWVSJV SJlftWtP* .Morn- lng worship 11; pastor's subject: "God's Three Minimunifi—a Vision." Junior meeting at 3; Intermediate and Senior C. B, 7; evening service 8, subject: "Repentance," Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 8. The public Is most cordially invited to all services of the church. WERE MISINFORMED. Germans Told That Foch Had no More Reserves. New York, Aug. 31.—Long before Marshal Foch began his brilliant counter offensive on the Marno, the Germans had been told that hla reserves had been exhausted. This is shown by a Wolff Bureau dispatch published In the Berlin Tageblatt which described the fighting about Chateau Thierry. "The hope of the Entente regarding a decisive intervention ot the great army ot manoeuvre has been definitely shuttered. Tho proud army of reserve which tho war council of Versailles played out Its trump exists no longer, the dispatch reads. "The great victory of the Crown Prince has shattered a considerable part of the enemies' fighting force and has resulted In the dissolution and complete dispersal of the Foch urmy of manouvre. Tho tremendous los«es suffered by the Bntento on tho extouslvo fronts between Ypres and Hheljns will be difficult to replace." T)ils was published ' In Germany about a month before Marshal Foch struck the Germans on the Marne sal- lent and drove them back lo tho Vesle, It probably shows why the Germau public was sp greatly surprised by Marshal Foch's brilliant stroke. THE TRAIl-MQ3}l-E Is the Means of Solving the Transportation of All Products. The Trailer Company at 316 13aat Second street, will have on display at the Government Exhibit Building at the Slate Fair grounds the famous Trallinobllo which solves the transportation problem. In this time of the great war when the government requires practically all tho railroad service for the transportation of Uoops and supplies tho TrallniobUo is able to lake care of the freighting of supplies fur our use at home, The government Is advocating their use because ouo car or truck can then handle the work of two cars with less help. National noods must bo supplied and it behooves euoh ot us to work for a greater efficiency, The Trailmobllo will help you to do this. Don't tall to see their exhibit When attending the State Pair, All garto.uere should save as'much seed as yoasjble for ne*t jrea/, NEW HOME OF CAIN AND CAMPBELL IS COMPLETED Fine Store is Credit to Two of Hutchinson's Young Business Men. The final touencs have been given to the work of remodeling tho store of the Cain and Campbell Bootery. and installing the handsome new front and show windows. The firm now occupies the entire building at 14 North Main street where they formerly had half .of the room. New fixtures and furnishings have been added and many, items of footwear not formerly handled are now carried, One of these lines is children's shoes, Leslie Cain and Harry.Camp­ bell, while two of Hutchinson's youngest business men, have been connected with the shoe business for years In this city and the new store is certainly a credit to their enterprise and industry. HAMPEL AUTO CO. Distributors for Oldmobilo Over State Are Doing-Big Business. Tho-Hainpel Auto. Co., wnich handle the Oldsmoblle hero and are distributors for the State of Kansas report a big sales record from all their dealers in spite of the conservative times we are living In now. The Oldsnioblle has the reputation ot out ranking all cars In its class today for real quality and automobile value. Automobile purchases are being considered with greater ' care now than ever. Economy Is the foremost thought In every ones mind and the Oldsmoblle seems to be filling that thought in the minds ot many car buyers. They will have a nice showlncg at the State Fair and If they are able they will have on exhibit the "War Time Six" which Is their newest thing in the pleosuro car game and which is making a good name for itself. Hats Cleaned and Blocked. Pan Black. 404 N. Main, Phone 33S8, Anderson's l*unch No. 1 will open Saturday morning, Aug. 81, Dave Anderson. • 29-2t Wo build new tops v mept, Reno. Buiok Co. Top Ptoparti SHHlt M«sbe4 potato l«at wtdte* as «r 9«M«ttt peal wttfe base* and peas. STREAM OP U.S." TROOPS STILL POURING INTO PRANCE ' . 'American troops arriving in jcrancc. The line of American troops ar- i less one. Every reRistration | mndc ovailablo to keep this slreasf riviWLJn_F.ra.nce is. almost JHUUCIT _L.jaeans _tlMU9anpX; .oi... mora _jnon J_flpwu^... • " All Cars Transfer to The Boston Store Attention We sell dependable Merchandise at prices lower than other stores, but for cash only. State Fair Visitors While visiting the Fair make our store your headquarters — check your parcels free and meet your friends here. We are a few steps from where the Arkansas Valley Interurban strikes main street on arrival—near the Rock Island and Missouri Pacific stations-any street car will bring you from Santa Fe in front of our store. Our Stocks are complete in x all lines and at our well known reasonable prices for good Merchandise. Ready4o-Wear, Millinery and Silks Are Our Strong Departments BOSTON STORE 20-22 South Main Hutchinson, Kansas

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