The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on August 31, 1918 · Page 23
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 23

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, August 31, 1918
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STOP! # Paying:High Prices ^ TIRES! s • • • ' ' * . We are Prepared to Save You From 20 to 40$> on Your Tires. We have Fisk, Marathon Falls, McGraw, Ehman, Riverside, Batavia, Summit, Keystone, Ajax, Lee; Victor-Springfield, and number of others. These Tires have only slight blemishes in side-wall or tread and in rubber only, which classes them as A Factory Second. Here Are a Few Prices Subject to Change Without Notice is Five years of Knowing How All Work Guaranteed! See These Extra Special Values * Goodyear all weather band retread, Mohawk Non Skid band retread, and Firestone Non Skid band Retread. These tires are in A-l condition and will be a big money saver to you. 30x3 - $11.20 30x314 $16.50 31X4 - $24.90 32x3; $17.50 32x4 - $20.50 33x4 - 527.00 » 34x4 - $28.00 n \i ' J REM EMBER We are the Largest Retreaders, Rebuilders and Double Tire Builders in the west. ........_ mmt When Attending the FAIR Stop and Let Us Figure Your Tire Bill SemW W lOUflhCS TERMS: 3% DISCOUNT CASH WITH ORDER Write, Phone or Call. The Wichita Double Tire Co. Hutchinson:-205 South Main. Wichita:-153 North Emporia President Wilson Said: "To save while the country is in peace is a virtue, but to save during war is a patriotic duty. By depositing six cents a day with us you are saving for that rainy day when an accident or sickness shuts off your income. When you are well you don't need any helping hand, neither do you need the roof for your house when the sun shines; (Do it now.) • The Kansas Central Indemnity Co. CAPITAL, $100,000,00 "The Home Company" Hutchinson, Kansas Dealer and Retail Business for Past Month Has lieen Very . Good. The Hill-Howard Motor company report a fino business for the month of August, notwithstanding the difficulties under which motor car men are working. Maxwell sales to dealers were: Huffman.' Urothers, Sterling; Brooks and Jaclison, Pratt; C. A. Henry, Jjangdoq; Olsoii-Beiimuei'g; Kiowa; VYanske and Bush, Tyrone, Oltla.; Carruigton and Son, Wellington, Kansas; retail sales to 0,-U. Hosklnson, Burrtou; -W.. N. Biggs, Partridge; Qoorgo ij. Marvin, l*ratt; J. V. Scripsick, Coldwator; C, Hess, Haven. Maxwell truck sales to O. C, I^ang, Sylvia and Toueka Oil Company at Dodgo City, WOOL. EMBROIDERY TRIMS THIS JOQUE. 'PONT POISON YOUR BATTERIES. "Give Them a Chance to Do the Work Thoy Should. "Batteries, like human begins, are susceptible to poison," says Mr. Gillmore, local Wlllard expert. "When it comes (9 giving medicine to a'tettwy, -.'the- only safe rule is to let an expert .write tfhe prescription and administer the doye—otherwise, the car owner •Is Itkefy to find out that his battery '.has hWi killed Instead of cured." . • "'I'UhrB la, one thing to particular •that ij just about as bad as any poison . you uiiuld give your batteries. That 'Is itsnj, Of course there is acid to vthe battery solution, and a good many ^1 ,P,f'J?f B IfPPPi "K »«W »» :',:WftMffliMies my batt«rtee stip»g/the4 It showB a 'weakness is to add a little wore acid. Then it ought to work better." "That's altogether wrong. You might as well say that because a few ilropB of some powerful drug are good for heart trouble, a wohlo bottle would give the patient » better heart than anybody In . the country. Not oven the worst patent medicine fiend would bo fooliBh ^enough to believe that. But there a lot of people who believe In drugging a battery in just this way, so they put la about a half- pint pf acid when the buttery only needs pure water. The only way to be pafo about adding wid Is to fight »by of it It you tWok y«w.b*tterte# needa/iM, vice from an expert who cau tell you just what to do. Keuiember that he has the same relation to the health of your battery as a doetor has to your own health, with this exception —that the battery man doesn't charge anything for the diagnosis. Motor coats of homos pun are mads along roomy, comfortable lines, but withal have the required class and style. Many models show curved pockets, sans flaps, and are mad-i with three buttoned fastenings, buttoning through. 4- very few snow an inverted pleat to the back, others are half- belted- ' Tho majority of CMH are cut rather- f*Mtr —See the— Trailmobile Display At the Kansas State Fair in the Government Exhibit Building A Trailmobile and a Ford will bring a load of hogs 25 miles to market and return in 3 hours. We can show you. 1«A0L MAMH IH10.U.S rAT. Qrfi. THE MOTORLESS MOTOR-TRUCK The Trailer Co. 316 2nd East J Phone 451 Here is a smart toque of black velvet which is soft enough to fold to two. A border embroidered In white worsted is the only trimming. The ttwrt.awb «isj» 'by Jfce YO.U of Itoe get tfcaj mi mm the ere*. 1 'i In Answering Advertisements Please Mention The N<

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