The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on August 31, 1918 · Page 18
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 18

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, August 31, 1918
Page 18
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PAGE SIX. THE StTTCHlNSON N -«W». GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT Will be One of (he Most Atlrno ' live al (tie Pair. PROM SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS Six Circuits Have Been Mapped Out, and More Than Thirty Pairs Will be Visited. Hons. Many or the articles on dls- plny, will bp those captured by the American nnny, This will Include all types of suns, nmmunltlon and de- vlerf; with which the Hun has determined to force his kiiltur upon his fellow man. This display will «lve a bett (T Idea of the manor In which the German army has been able to advance and also an Idea of live methods which employed. Another Idea can be gained from the exhibit nnd that will bo the manner and means which Uncle Sam Is using at present that Is proving very effective on the western front which Is rapidly being moved toward the past. , Enroll Monday. Regular fall term opening. New classes organised on these dntes. Tho Salt City Business College, Hutchinson, Kansas. 30-Ht One of the biggest attractions at the Kansas Stnto Fair this year will be the government exhibit which will consist of cihiblLs representing the departments of Agriculture, War, Navy, Interior and Commerce, Food Administration and the Committee on l'ublle Information, There will be twu carloads in Die exhibit and will be in charge of Captain lllttle of the United Htates army nnd other exports who will make talks concerning thetn. These exhibits representing the different departments are being sent out in six different circuits and will visit morn than thirty fairs. This Is being done in order that the people of the country will have a more comprehensive view of the Innei workings of the government and its wartime activities. In each of these displays the main idea which will be pictured will be that of its relation to the war and the use of each particular department I 'long the lines of more production, both of food and other materials, necessary to »in the war. The War Exhibit. Of course the war exhibit will be truly the big purl of the exhibit and all of the others bear In A very large measure cither directly or indirectly to the war. In this exhibit a model of a complete warship ready for bm- tle, armor, masks, rifles, gun« nnd all of the newer forms of fighting originated In the present war will be shown. There will be a vast display of relics captured from the enemy by the different members of the Allied nn- Dr. W. Monroo .Tones has discontinued his partnership of Drs. Jones nnd Stcrretl nnd will resume his practice of 13ye, Ear, Nose and Throat In suite formerly occupied by Dr. Q. R. Gage.—702 R.-W. Building, Phone SOW. 43-16t All well-ordered diets should be based on the essentials. FINE HORSE SHOW PROMISED PATRONS AT STATE FAIR Mr. McCampbell Will Do Much of His Judging in Front ' of Grand Stand. Tho horse- show In both the light horse, and draft divisions this year will follow the plan of last year and be a daylight affair. Dr. C. W. McCampbell of Uie State Agricultural College will be the Judge In both of these divisions and tho entries which have already been received indicate the biggest and finest horse show ot the State Fair's history. Among tho exhibitors who will bring mighty fine b,orses to the Fair In the- light horse division are F. A. •Russell, cashier of Uie Natlon«l-Bank of Commerce, Deerlng Marshall, the oil operator ot Wichita,' Dr. F. D. Cornell of Nlckerson. The saddle and driving classes will be Judged In front of tho grandstand at 2 o'clock In the afternoons beginning Tuesday. In the draft horse division will be found those of C. C. Towne ot Vitl- encla, Perch«ron«; Henry V. Nelson, ot the OoBsard Breeding estate at Turon, Porcherons; George Burke and Rollo Perahlnger of Little River, Percherong and Mules; A. P. Ijoomis, Diamond Springs, Pcrchcrons; B. K. McAleeter, Topeka, Perchorons; D. N. Hill, Lyons, Pcrcherons, and David Cooper of Freeport, Belgian horses. H. T. Hlneman and sons of Dighton have engaged 25 stalls for their exhibits ot mules and Percherons. Men Wanted. For work In beet sugar factories and beet harvest fields. Previous experience not required. Wages range from $126 to $14B per month. Work will open September 15th to October 1st and will last about three months. One-way transportation will be refunded If employe remains the full campaign. Stick to yom lol> If now engaged in essential work. For further -Information, address tho U, S. employment Service, Sugar Industry Division, 106 nrclay Block, Denver, Colo. sat!7, 31sept4-3t The Reno County Granges will hold their annual picnic at Haven, Sept. 7. Program nnd speaking. Everybody Invited. Sats. 17-7 Bacon and lettuce sand-wlche* with an apple Is another combination. Deviled ehrlmp can be made very much like deviled clams. v Hats Cleaned and Blocked. Dan Black. 406 N. Main, Phone 2361. 1-tt Just to Remind You That your automobile can be eulistecl in the vitally necessary service of increasing food production. Attach a STRAUDE Mak-a-Tractor To it and it will do four horses farm work at the maintenance cost of one horse. Will not harm your car or overheat the engine. Kor Fords, O'-erlauds, Chevrolets and other cars. Price $29-1 F. O. 15. Hutchinson. THE TAYLOR MOTOR CO. A good school lunch consists of egg salad sandwlchs and oranges. WE MOVE WITH C^RE Our packing-rind moving service is everything that the most exacting could desire If you want your hotife's furnishings moved SAFELY, call 838 and entrust the work to us. UNION TRANSFER and STORAGE CO. Phone 838 15-17 Second W. OUR BATTERY SERVICE IS W E will be pleased to Inspect your battery at any time and at often aa U necessary, free of charge, Our service Is the tapert kind, ' and our experience It lalwayt at your . disposal. Should repair* be necessary Wt.wlll make them at a moderate charge. The "Exfoe" Starting and Lighting: Battery Is the famous "giant that lives In a box." You have heard of this battery nnd Its unique features—It's the original Unit- Seal Battery) extra powerful, easy to Care for and repair. Let Us explain Its features to you. Take advantage of our free service. Hutchinson Exide Battery Co. 107 EAST SHERMAN •Bxtbt* LALLEY-LIGHT ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER FOR'EVERY FARM We Will Have a Full Line of CHALMERS AND ALLEN Cars, and Nash Trucks. On display at our tent at the State Fair. We want you to visit us coring the Fair and, let us tell' you about these popular cars. A few -on which we can make immediate deliveries. Our supply however is limited. Nash Trucks are equipped with electric lights and starter , Deliveries on good four wheel dnve and one and two ton trucks. Chalmers Motor Sales Co. 109-111 Sherman East Hutchinson, Kansas. Lalley-Light I* Convenient and Safm < Economy Goes With Lalley-Light The economy and convenience of Lalley-Light makes it as important for you to have as farm machinery. 1 It is both an economy and a Con-. | venience. It saves time and labor in a dozen different ways. That is why it is an economy. It gives you better light, always ready; power to pump running water, and so on. That is why it is a convenience. Plant is 27 Inches long, 14 inches wide; 21 inches high The plant itself is built to last for, years, and to run at the lowest' possible cost. Another economy.' Electricity is the coming farm light. Lalley-Light is the oldest established farm electric plant— seven years in use. A free demonstration will show you just what Lalley-Light would mean on your farm. The book of owners* letters will tell you how highly users think of it. , ' • . , VISIT OUR DISPLAY AT THE FAIR The Western Tire & Battery Co. lOO Sherman West Distributors Hutchinson, Kansas MILLER, and ' G. & J. TIRES TUBES Right on Main Street, handy for you to secure Gasoline, Oil, Air, Water. A Complete Line of Automobile Accessories. Tire Repairing,:; Vulcanizing : ? Service Car TheH. &D. Auto Supply and Storage Co. Phone 458 ^fl?^ Mils SttfH

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