The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on August 31, 1918 · Page 14
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August 31, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 14

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PAGE nVO. THE IlTtTOttlNsdK 'tffiWft ' SATt*r?r>A¥, AUQUSfr 31, 1918. What Makes It Home? Why Are Some Households So Mvch More Homelike Than Others ? The boys wen- back froni (he front in their rrst billets. Someone, had gathered sticks HIUI a log or two, find a cheery tire was blazing in the great | high fireplace of the little weather- beaten Kreuch shack. AH they begun to thaw out bciorc the fire ami to relax from the awtul tension at which '. they had been held, their thoughts j turned toward home. Then their loiiRues wore loosened from the grim alienee which held'them like a vise through the peril, and they talked. One by one they told of their own homo firesides, of a beloved corner, a favorite chair, a violin standing in its ease and the reading table with' Uie family gathered about It in the | evening, talking of tho day's happen-1 ings. Some of the lads warmed to j their subject and eloquence ran high iLB they described in glowing terms those worn treasures that in ado up homo. Only one sat without the group, with a shadow on his face and tho suspicion of a mist in his eyes; later he crept out in the darkness gf the night, a man apart from this Iriondly group discussing home. Lloyd, the wealthiest man of the little company, whose home outshone in luxury and extravagance of furnishings nnd equipment, any of those about which the other lads enthused, Lloyd could not pick out a single spot in all the great array of rooms which lie loved as these lads loved their simple things. Not. one brought him the thrill of home ties. There was nothing Intimate, nothing personal, nothing COIII- foralbly reassuring in his memories ol "Home". Home ties and associations count for most of course, lint if these associations aro to be of the right kind, the material equipment of the home must be carefully chosen. A house and iis furnishings morn or less reflect the personalities of its inhabitants; and the tragedy of so many homes lies in the fact that these ln- l .iui .ants are not particular to see thai I hey reflect only theli best char- lurtciislics. The most worth while thing you can do is to study your home needs and possibilities and develop them-- not expensively, but with good lu.-te ami careful harmony. A word Bhou'.d be said for tne patriotic kitchen. For years Ibis center of the holm.' has been releg.ited to the har.y rear, visited as little as possible and thought of In collection with grease and drab walls. Today's patriotic housewife has awakened to the fuel that It's nut what you do but how you do it, that raises any act from the commonplace to the artlBUc so she has she about to equip her kitchen with new, luborsavlug devices, . wor by counterparts of friend hus-j band's dictaphone and adding ma-! "h,ne. Khi! has been prodigal in the : n>e oJ iiory or grey paint, in oil fori he iloor. Washable rugs and flower•d curtains, bright cliluu on shining! helves- all these things she arranges : ilh Jealous care; dismisses her maid,' ud buys buby bonds with what she aves. Indeed many women have dls , I 'ltsod Willi the dining room and are' taking their kitchens do double duty, u ennobling practice and OIK certain j become ttnltursul once women real ;(\, the full meaning of efficiency, by : lliuinating tho useless, and making very Inch of space count. Your Home Store?. It biv;an early in tho spring, this Buy your coal now" campaign *'>d (ailed all through tho sumor. Most of us by now havo our winter's allotment (it could scarcely ho termed supply) in our bins and of/ our tninds for tho time being, until wo begin to worry about shoveling it in and how long it will last. Why ull this rush? Wo know now thiii It was to help „«lve the transportation problem, to complete tho carrying of the tons or r.oul neceaaary to keep tho homo fires burning while the way was open and the traffic on tt>e railroads less hegvy. I VrofitUflij W Oils experience, f«r-' nlturu manufacturers and dealers oil over the country are urging that tho public buy home furnishings from their local deAlers as a patriotic war measure. Uuy from your local dealer house furnishings that have been manufactured within a reasonable distance from your locality and you can save Just so much time and energy and space shipping for Uncle Sam to rush supplies, ammunition and "chow" which our men at tho front must have, and which means the winning of the war. Rural communities will be no worse off than big cities either- Such a state of affairs might have resulted a tew_ years ago, before tne days ot i.atlon'nl conventions, tradr journals and splendid mail and shipping service. Now, however, the rural dealers and manufacturers as well as their hrothers-ln-trade from tho cities, *eep in step with the latest Improve ments, designs, fashions In woods anc wood finishes, upholstery and'hang Ings, litiylng from your local dealer simply means a saving of transportation without any inconveniences; there should be a consequent solving of expense as well. GREAT FOOD FAIR. Patriotic Show to Be Held at Wlch- Ita.- Washineton.—A patriotic food show will be held in Wichita, Kans., September ?.0 to October 12, under the auspices of Federal Food Administrator Walter 1'. Innes. Nothing like this exhibition has ever been attempted in that part of tho country before. It will not be merely an exploitation of brands and labels but also a series of officially approved war food demonstrations put on by recognized home economics Instructors. The fair Is expected to ho a great educational institute or household and kitchen economy nnd will, demonstrate that palatable foods can bo made by the use of substitutes for wheat, meats, fats, and sugar. The dates sot for the Kansas show correspond with the International Wheal Show, which attracts thousands to Wichita each_ year. •The long coats which are now worn have side sashes which are bound wlUi ribbon or braid. Some of tho early fall hats havo silk hows arranged like the petals of a flower around tho crown. WICHITA DOUBLE TIRE CO. One of Hutchinson 's Fastest Growing 'Concerns. There is one concern In Hutchinson that has the means of saving car owners considerable money in the upkeep of their car. The Wichita Double Tire Co., at 2U5 S. Main havo uat- islicd hundreds of car owners. .Mr. I'auipbeil, the manager, has had years of experience in tho Oou- blit tire business and employs none but expert workmen under him to do the work, so that everything turned out by them will be absolutely satis- j factory iu every way. lu these limes or conserving and saving it behooves us to save ou auto lire* as well as anything else. Tho double tiro process will add many miles to your tires that otherwise you would have to throw away, lu connection with their tire repair work of all kinds they carry many popular make tiros which they are selling at a saving to you of from 20 to 40 per cent. These tires with Slight blemishes somewhere are what are known as "factory seconds" and are good for nearly as many miles «• Uio regular standard brands. A Visit to this shop will convince the average motorists that they have found the pl»oo for real Ure economy, Mahogany Library Taoles Among the prettiest new arrivals on our floor arc the new mahogany library tables. Some oi' these as the one pictured above are to be used in a long wall space or at the QJaok of a davenport, Expensive? Not necessarily. In Queen Anne 4 {07 Ofl or Wiliam and Mary at ...«p «.l IUU Beautiful New Bed Room Furniture The new arrivals embody the latest in design and finish. The popular woods remain mahogany and walnut •with ivory for the young ladv's or the guest room. We cauot urge too strongly that you come in soon and see the new fall ideas. H OME furnishings 1iave escaped so far with little censure or criticism from our government. They are not however being manufactured "With the abandon of old. Kilns have been turned over for the drying of spruce, the grade of walnut and mahogany needed by the government is being furnished forthwith, whole factories have shut down allowing skilled wood workei-s to*go to shipyards, others have been turned over entirely for airplane, ambulance body and ship interior work. The recent restrictions on steel and the comma ndeering of the. entire supply of cotton has been cheerfully received. "Whatcvei\ further restrictious that are needed in the way of fuel conservation and raw materials will be accepted in that same spirit. -.1" i, '., There.is no question aliout it;' Tile re will be less furniture to be had and wtith'the'loasof quantity production and with higher raw material prices, the price of home furnishings is bound to advance. If you are going to" be in need of any to you is to fill your wants as soon At the present time we have plenty ture shipments are placed at the adv you are able to obtain now will not. be now have on hand are gone. So^ome you and you will not be annoyed by be home furnishing this fall our advice •as it is convenient for you to do so. of goads on hand. Our orders for fu- anced prices. The selection and prices available later, when the goods we in at once,„we are always glad to show ing urged to buy. Mrs. Frank Ambler Pattison, the Domestic Efficiency Engineer of N. J. and member of Hoosier's Council of Kitchen Scientists, found* on investigation that the Hoosier Cabinet saA'ed her two miles of steps a day in doing her kitchen work. This means about sixty miles a month—an amazing result. No woman who knows how easy it is to own tho HooEier will keep houso without this wonderful saver of health, time, worlc and food. Uoosler has 40 labor-saving features and places lor 40 articles within arm's roach. Including containers that protect your food and devices that prevent Us waste in measuring and mixing. The suite pictured above is in the beautiful Queen Anne period. Carried in stock in either walnut or in oak in the Jacobean finish. Pices may be bought separately if desired. IN WALNUT Buffet, 64 inch with mirror at Uuffel, 60 inch, without mirror Serving table at IN OAK (Javobean Finish) $67.50 $67.50 $27.00 $45.00 Table, ova), 46 in. wide. 00 JjJgQ JJQ Table, round, 48 in. diameter, 6 ft. extension < in. long, 0 ft. extension. China Closet, at £55.03 £ Chairs, 1 host chair, blue CDO flfl leather, upholstered ^Qj.VU Buffet. 60 in. with Of 79 Ofl mirror CtUU Buffet, 60 in. without mirror Buffot, 48 in. with mirror Serving table at Table, 4? in. round, 6 ft. extension Table, 64 in. round, 6 ft. extension TP bio, 45 In. wide, 60 in. long, 8 ft. extension... China closet, *M7 PO at **tl $63.00 $45.00 $18.00 $40.00 $45.00 $57.50 6 Chairs, brown Spanish leather, up >"l3torcd r«n pa Exquisitely Beautiful—Exceedingly Comfortable— Distinctively Karpen A LL UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE can be adapted to the simplest or most pretentious interiors and is always in good taste, where comfort is the keynote. Overstuffed furniture depends for its beauty upon tho art of the upbolstei*r? the good lines and exact proportions in these Karpen productions are evidence of skilled workmanship. Overstuffed davenports priced upwards from $67.50. Our Hue of Ki'apeu furniture"offers a variety, of styles ' in davenports, chairs aud rockers. We are Karpen's exclusive representative for this territory. —open house at Shaffer's all State Fair week —We prepay freight, FURNITURE —you are welcome to come in and look around —You will not be urged to buy.

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