The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 3, 1918 · Page 6
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 6

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, September 3, 1918
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School Supplies BtonoKraphers' Note Books, each nc Pencil Tablets, each 60 (or 3 for 12c.) Spelling Tablets, each....Be Note Rooks (loose leaf)..OOo Note Books (loose leaf) 60c to $2.00 with fillers for same. Note Books, paper or leather covered, each....5c to 36c Pen Points, 'dozen .T' 10c Purses Back strap purses of leather in purple, red, tan, black, or crcy. Somo have silk niolro linings. Come fitted or unfitted. Priced J1.00 to S7.60. First Floor. Middle Ties in a large assortment. Plain colors, plaidB, stripes and dots Included. Windsor or middle ties. Priced 26c, 36c, 60c, 75c, »1.00, $1.66. First Floor. Luggage The girl going away to school should go with plenty of luggage and toilet articles. Our luggage is the most dependable. Our toilet goods complete and of tho^j •best. The Rorabaugh-Wiley Dry Goods Cd. it prepared in every way to help you get the children ready for school. This is the last week before school begins and mothers are busy buying clothes—and all the little articles necessary to start the children off to school completely equipped. We were ready with these supplies long ago. Everything is in its place ready for your inspection—every method has been adopted to make your last week of shopping easy and pleasant. Kaynee Blouses and Shirts. Well made, durable, Cotors arc fast, materials are of gingham or chevoit Plain and fancy colors. Blouses—sizes 3 'to 14, priced $1.00, $1.26 and $1.60. Shirts—sixes 12 to 14,' priced $1.00, $1.26 and $2.00. Second Floor. Stolnway Suits In plain, durable qualities, reonforccd knocB, seat and seamB. Double at kncoB and seat Come In mixtures ot browns, greens, grays and blues. SUes 6 to 18. Priced $7.00 to $16.00. Corduroy Suits are priced from $8.00 to $10.00. Cloth Caps in mixed and fancy colors. Pershing or Marne style. Priced $1.25. Boys' All Wool Jerseys In black and orange. Sixes 28 to 34. Priced $2.60 each. Second Floor- Hair Ribbons For 25c Yard A variety of patterns in Dresden, Persian or plaid, light or dark; i to 6 inches wide. For 35c Yard Moire or taffeta ribbon. In white, pink, blue, copen. navy, rose, black, emerald or brown; 6 to 0 inches. Also plaids, stripes and jierniuna. For 39c Yard Extra good washable plain ribbon with taffeta centers and satin borders; G Inches wide. Plain or in combinations of color. For 50c Yard Moire and taffeta ribbon in fine qualities; 6 to 9 inches wide. Variety of colors. . For 75c Yard All the new ribbons In the latest patterns and designs. Colors to match now frocks; 7 to 9 Inches wide. First Floor. Sensible Shoes for School Shoes made of the most durable leathers, in comfortable lasts to fit the child's foot and allow its natural growth. The shoes arc of gunmetal—or calf leather on Nature Form or English lasts. Button or lace. Colors are in brown elkskin, smoked elk, smoked horsehide welt soles. Little Gents come in Munson last—very serviceable and comfortable. . $1.50^56.00 All School Shoes are pr iced according" to size and kind; from . „ ... Handkerchiefs for Children Plenty of Handkerchiefs are a necessity right from the start. Of sheer cambric—they come all I white or with colored edges. Priced to each, or ii for 10c. Handkerchiefs of cambric and linen in white or with colored borders—are priced 10c and 15c each. Handkerchief's for the college girl come in all linen with neat embroidery or initials in corners. Priced 26c. Firr.t Floor. Hose—Substantial and Durable 1 Fine ribbed cotton Hone; dou- blo heel and toe. Sizes 6 to 9'/4. Black only. OC« Priced &*)C Fine ribbed cotton Hose, very good—sizes 6 to 9'/4. Priced.. .35c; or 3 lor $1.00 Mercerized Hose—fine ribbed, reenforced feet, 6 to Rflp 6 to 10; priced, pair 3 JC First (Fine mercerlzed^Lisle Hose; reenforced feet; sizes QQn 9V4. Priced OOC Boys' medium weight cotton Hose; double foot. Sizes 4C ' 6 to 10. Priced, pair (wv Also in better grade; BizeB 6 to 11; priced a* 4 flf) pair '35c; or 3 for ^ I lUU Lisle , Hose for Boys—linen heel and toe; (flf* sizes 6 to.10; priced.... .JUw Floor, Underwear For Substantial Wear \ Muslin Knickerbockers—Plain, laca or embroidery trimmed. Sizes 2 to 13 years. Priced 30c to 85c pair. Drawers of Muslin—Embroidery trim- mod; sizes 2 to 12; are priced from 25p to 60c pair, Misses Drawers in sizes 14 to 16; good durable muslin; plain or embroidery trimmed; are priced 35c to 66c pair. "All ShejNeeds"—A small garment 'resembling the women's athletic suits. Made of checked dimity, buttons . on shoulders to adjust lengdi. Waist and garter supporters. Sizes 2 to 10. triced 76c each. Second Floor, I Children's School Gloves Washable. Cape Gloves in white or tan. Sizes 0 to 7. Priced $L76. Chamolsette Gloves—white or pongee. Sizes 1 to 7. Priced 79c First Floor." HATS are an Important itom in every school girl's wardrobe. This year wo have put forth every effort to present a full and complete line and we have been most successful. Hats of velour are very practical. They come in black and beaver. Priced $6.00 to $8.00. Felt hats in a large variety of colors are priced from $4 to $5. Tailored Hats of volvot, black only, nro priced from $2.60 to $4.00. Poke Bonnets for,the "hotter hats" are very popular. In a wldo assortment of colors, thoy arc priced from $3 to $6. Second Floor, DRESSES to clothe the school girl—from kindergarten to college. For the small tot there are frocks ot washable gingham or percale—in fast colors, light or dark. Come plain, striped or in plaids. Sizes 2 to 6, Prices from 98c to $6.00, Middles of white Galetea in sizes 6 to 14, are priced $1.60 each'. Middy Skirts of navy serge In sizes' 12 to 18,/priced $6.95. Junior Ureases are of sorge, Jorsey, messa- line, crepe de chine, taffeta or georgette, in colors taupe, navy, brown, wine or black. Sizes 14 to 18, Priced $15.00 to $60.00. Second (Floor. \ SUITS w Well ^>4ue. Bimplo and of good materials— s jjj»' , essential to every school girl. Suits are of serge, poplin, poiret twill, tricolino, gaber­ dine, silvertone, In taupe, navy, brown, wine or black. Sizes 14 to 18. Prices range from $25.00 to $126.00 each. Second Floor. COATS D f~t \,' SO- < > «> Z J «» Ci . HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. T Big and warm, they promise to weather the - ^oldest winter weather, This year our Junior and Small Girls' Coats are of especially good qualities. Materials include-chevlot, velour, poplin, broadcloth, burella and Bolivia. Colors, green,' tan, taupe, nary, brown, vine. Sizes 2 to 18. Priced $3.60 to $75.00, FRED WEESNER Successor to JJriggs Bros. DRUGGIST Ha. 3 South Main Phone 168 SOLVE FUEL SHORTAGE. ieventy Percent More Coke to be P" Used This Year Than Last. . Colorado Springs Colo., sept»*ubw < J,—Seventy percent more coke than #yw before yjll be available IWs year to help solve the fuel shortage.. TblS supply will be further Increased by tho development of tar, coku ,oven gas other by-products newly dignified ill war time as available fuels. These (were somo now facts ^presented to the American Institute of Mining Engineers lu sesslun hero today In their effort'to fill somo of the country'* needs. The pulverizing of coal to attain tho greatest efficiency was advocated, before the mining engineers. SDUIO of the advantages of pulverized coal were mated as (tOlows; The utjll**- tlon of every heat unit in, the: coa), the reduction/ of labor for handing coal, tho maintenance of a constant temperature in the furnace, — The mining engineers were also told that coal mining in tho state of Washington had proven leas profitable In recent years because of the extensive use of fuel oil would increase tho mining of coal on thin part of the western coast The Institute planned today- to bold a memorial service for tnn. late Pr. James Douglas, mining engineer and uxtfcrinef president p{ Ute-Iostitltu* I • " • • REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS, « • • •••••••••••••••• (RMorted by UaH-Raslftnd. Abstract 00.. No. I BastUW $»«J>.> Qeorge Jaben to UenryVBurdorf, E % a. & % and 8, H **.V B - * David Taylor to junrae} Gottlieb, lot v 64. Avenue A east, Hutchinson .,,........,13,000 James M, Mane to W, «, Williamson, B. * S. ft W,.,<» tV* Golds Blachly to Isaac Kitzmlller 6 feet of sputh side lot 24, Wflck 1, Irving Place addition to Hutchinson t r * * t • irtSiuMMt ii( 9 *» • • « ^1 Nellie J. Walker to Harry H. Jones, B, »/4 N. B, %' 21-26-10...,,....»!.000 •Merrltt 0. Hess to Bmma W. Rose, lot 22, Jirpwn ft Bigger's addition, lot 24, tyock J, Frayne's addition to Hutchinson,,, ,* frTr ,.,il How p. Hall to Mary Wurster, T and east Ift feet lotfc block 4, Swing, Brown * Burns' addJUon to Hutch- iftion.,, JH m rM *,m.lt2K FOR FAIR All Hutchinson Is to be Asked to Ply Their Flags. SOW DISTINGUISHED GUESTS Are to be Here and in Effort is Being Made io Decorate for Occasion. All of Hutchinson Is to tie dressed Unigala attire, that Is with, flags floating high for this year's Pair. The Fair association has asked tho City Fodera- tton of Clubs to tako charge of this matter and see that Hutchinson's streets, business houses and homes are arrayed in a fitting manner to receive her guests. There will bo many governmental officials hero and many other distinguished visitors from over tho United States, and tho Association and tho Federation of Olubs are anxious that the entire city maiko a good appearance. Tho Federation of Clubs mot last evening at the homo of Mrs. O. D. Woodford and plans wero discussed concerning 4he work. Every business house, every office, every factory, every pubUo building and every home is asked to see that gonto sort of decoration is done by Sunday, Sept, 14. Visit Business Men. ' A committee has been seected from the different clubs which will see every business man whether in an office or a store, and get his consent and name denoting that at least' one flag wHI fly from hUt place of business during the Fair. By the last of the week the list of names of those who will "co-operato will be published, and anyone who will see that a flag is flying from his home is urged to notify either Mrs. Woodford or Mrs. S. F. Johnson, and their names' will also appear in the list. Tho Federation will go before the City Commission this afternoon and seok their cb-operatict» to have the weeds cut and tho streets cleaned up in general. "We want everyone In Hutchinson to do his or her part end then Hutchinson will bo well decorated," Mrs. Woodford snld this morning. "We want to urge every business man that when we como to seo him that ho will do what he can, because Hutchinson is going to be hostess to some very distinguished guests this year and wo must show them that we have some flags here and what thoy are for." The Federation also voted to 4|end $26 to the National Woman's Suffrage committee which is trying to raise funds to secure national suffrage this year. eonld bo "whipped into ItoN* Ml; tt short a lime, for the majMSMW f»* : carried out exactly on schedule aitd with a high degree ot perfection I* every detail. Thet-0 is, a lot of Stock yAhta talk . in communities that have ho p&cklBt bouses.—Atchison Otobe. ' WHILE AT WARfi Woraert Stiff* al Homo 1 c a 1 penov 1 1 shall aW be t«rf nl for and I Finest line of auto top material. Eeno Bulck Co. 30-tit A Fine Showing. Camp Funston,. Kan., Sept. 3.— French military attaches in camp here express themselves as amazed at the [/Showing of the new Tenth Army Division made on the day of its recent review by the commanding • officers, just two weeks to a day from the time the division was organized. The Frenchmen declared they didn't believe so large a body of mon—30,000 Good School Work Depends on perfect vision. A very large proportion of school children have imperfect vision. My expert examination -will find the cause and my perfect- fittinc glasses will rest the eyes and give the desired relief, H. S. ZINN The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. No. » North Main St. Henry Zinn J no, Blrchfleld Our packing and moving service is everything that the wost exacting could desire If yot» want yotir home's furnishings moved SAFELY, call 838 and entrust the work to us. UMION TBAHSFKR and STORAGE CO, FIMNK>83$ mi Sew* W. K AMAS Or*, JCnirt.—-"Dr. PlerrVi Favorite Prescription brought out through a Very critical period) which way*. , grateful am glad to tall oi It that other tut- fering women ma? take) my, advice and try the 'Pre* jcription.' 1 had a severe nervous break-down caused by woman's.trot»- _ . hie. 1 doctored for ttftout five years with very little help. I saw Dr. Pierce's medicine adV verttsed, 1 was so discouraged that J was ready to do anything for relief. 1 fit once got both Tavorite Prescription' * nd 'Golden Medical Discovery.' 1 think 'took about a dozen bottles, but it was surely worth tt as they restored me to good health, curing me of all my ailments."—-Mas. Luor FOIKMAITI 814 8, Packard St - / "Favorite (Prescription," tHe ever* famous friend to ailing women, and "Golden Medical Discovery," the great est general tonic, are both put up to liquid and tablets, contain no alcohol or habit-forming drugs, and are to be found in nearly all drug stores. The tablets coat 60 cents. These medicines of Dr. Pierce's have enjoyed an immense sale for nearly 60 years, whicS proves their merits as well as the statements made by users. If not obtainable at your dealer's send. 10 cents to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel Buffalo, N. Y., and he wlU mall trial package (of either tablets; also writs for <free medical advice, if there It need. 1 After Vacation Peel Your Discolored Skin Women mtuming from the seaside wtth browned, reddened of 'freckled 'complex- tons will bo wine In Immed'alely taking up the mercollied wax treaUnojit. Weather- beaten skin hnd best come off, (or no amount of "beautlfylnr;" will ever.make such skin protty to look at. The «ure»t safest, easiest way to slied ttio . despoiled cuticle Is with the treatment »uif- jcceled. Tut the wad on before reMiinff, IUI you would cokl cream, and rinse !fc off next morning with warm water. Mtiiule owtlclca of scarf ekln will peel of f day by day, gradually showing tho healthy, youthful skin rxmeath. One ounce of iiicrcollned '» obtainable at any drut store, is enough to make any discolored or spotted com-" plKriou clear, wlUto and satiny soft. lt» action 13 so genUo. no harm ..Is caused and tho lace rtfeown no trace 6f Its use. If You Suffer With PILES The. Absorbent Method Will / Cure You Without pain, without cutting, tying, burning or the Injection of carbolic or other irritating acid, without an hour's "detention from business anal pleasure. This seems almost too good to believe, and we don't ask you to believe it, just investigate this wonderful new method of curing Piles and see for yourself. .Other pile doctors who claim to cure Piles without the knife always use the scissors or an injection of carbolic or other burning acid. The ABSORBENT MET^j. OO Is a new discovery, absolutely different and far superior to any other method known. It is known to only seven rectal specialists In the United States, and can-be obtained in the West only in Hutchinson at this office, • A number of Kansas people^ have taken the Absorbent treatment for Piles since it was Introduced here recently. You may ask them about It Every curt guaranteed for life. E. C. McKinnis, 80. Hutchinson, Or. Hover's Aheorbent cure for, Pile*' was so pleasant and utiefactpry an compared with the torture* of other treatments I had taken that it stesna almost miraculous." We cannot cure and do not accept cases of Cancer o( the Rectum. U you delay treatment until cancer de- velopes, you are beyond hope. The ABSORBENT cure I* so easy te tak« and so quick ,and positive in its power to relieve and cure that ' patients are astonished. It 1* almost tike wizardry. In fact Or. Hover la known as the "Pile Wizard." Charge* moderate—far less than the ola-fasfc. ioned Pile operation would coat. Po»V tive guarantee In every case; Fistula, fissure, rectal ulcer, and all other rectal diseases cured by our latest Improved methods without the knife. < Consultation Free, Dr. Hover, 'Tbe FlteWtiard/'. With TUB VWTI.D DOCTOR* m WMt First street, HwtcMnto*. Kansas Tba only place west of the Missouri rivar where the ABSORBENT KJTH. OB far cure gf Pile* «m h* fguj*

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