The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 6, 1918 · Page 2
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 2

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, September 6, 1918
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v*1 two! THIS HtjTOttiNsoN NEWS; Forsyihe Says See Him tot Your New Fall Hats (The Kind You Will Buy Again.) We arc showing all the new Fall Hats in all colors and styles ' $2.00 to $6.00 New Fall Caps at £1^00 to $2.50 "See Our Norlh Window" JOHN D. SNYDER AUCTIONEER Phone 1459.1, my expense for dates I<. Dnnsworth, 3 miles south, lja west Yoder S. C. i*t D. I,. Gnston, 7 miles southwest of September 9. I, September 10. Hutchinson. .September 11. S. C. Robinson,9 miles northeast Hutchinson. September 5. C. 15. Palmer, Marion. Poland China Hogs and Kcneral farm sale. Hood furniture of all kinds at 13 and 107 South. Main, Hutchinson, l'hone ].'!62 If sou have anything to fell. V INTERESTING MEET AT THE COMMERCIAL CLUB Two of Old Time Members arc to Leave Shortly ti>Tukc Part in War Duties. (By F. \V- Tyler, Sec'y.) Thi> Scplembi-r mcidlng of tin., Commercial ('lull will be held on next Monday evonini:, and this is a meeting that every member has been urged to attend. Lieutenant Governor YV. Y". Morgan, who has been an active member of the elub for over twenty years will attend both as a member and as a guest of the elub, as he will leave soon atler the date of this meeting for over-aeaH war-work service. This will probably be Air. Morgan's last opportunity for a visit with the Hutchinson men he has "worked among for so long before leaving for Franee, and his stay there will be indefinite as ho has signed for service "until \vc have won the •war.*' Another prominent member of the Commercial Club, Mr. L. IC. Foniron, president of the Fontron Loan & Trust Company, will leave soon lor the Fast to take up Important Red Cross work, and l)ie Monday night meeting also will be his last visit with iho-club members fop some lime. Thirty members of the Hutchinson Commercial Club are now in the army, or enlisted in some kind of war work service. Walter Hastings, Charles Greenlee, C. M. Davis and Bev. Doctor Neff are in Army Y. M. C A. service In Franco, and Father At. L. Kain has just relurned from that service. In the army the club has members who are. officers holding rank from Lieut. Colonel lo Second Lieutenant, and down through the non-commissioned ! officers. ENJOYED PICNIC SUPPER. j W. W. G. Met at McClure Home in 1 Cloverdale Last Night. | Chapter S91 of the World Wide Guild j held a very delighllul and interesting ; meeting last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. McClure in Clovcr- jdale. A fine picnic supper was cn- ! joyed on the lawn. During the bnsl- i ness session plans' were mfade for sending delegates to the association meeting to he held at Pratt, Sept. 24 and 25 and'also to the state convention that is to be hold at Wichita on October 12 and 13. ;• The study was stsrled in the bnolc- The Tath of Labor with Miss Vangle lieckcls leading the lesson. Miss Kloise Garbcr and Mrs. R. H. Hammond presented the topics. Miss Lucllo will have cliHrge ot the mcet- lug next month. ^ SCHOOL BOYS WANTED. They Ssould Fill the Breach in the Shortage of Man-Power. Topeka, Kan., Sept. G.—An appeal for scuool boys 'to rill the breach in the farm man-power caused by the drafting ot many farmers for the army, is made by the national director o£ the U. S. Boys Working Reserve, w. K. Hall, Washington, U. C. He has sent a letter to W. L. Porter, slate director for Kansas of the Boys' Working Reserve, In which he urges that the boys, their parents, and the school executives as well, recognize the necessity of the boys devoting some ot their time during the ordinary school year when their help on tho farm by needed to farm work. Director Hair suggests that the boys could devote at least two months of the nine school months to farm work, and still not Impair their educational prospects. He states that for this statement lie has the backing of "our highest educational authorities." In conclusion Director Hall says: "Whatever call the ueserve makes upon the school boys of the foiled States nas to do with their vacation periods, and in some Instances it asks the schools to grant a vacation period in order that work that is vitally necessary to the winning of the war may bo done. Hut it relics upon the patriotism of the boys to return to school with a firm determination to devote themselves conscientiously lo their school work, to waste no time in school hours and to make every moment of their school session count in accomplishing the course laid down for them by their, teachers." SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS GAVE CARNIVAL LAST NIGHT Forty-Five Dollars Was Made by Philathca Class of Methodist Sunday School. Forty five dollars was made last night at the carnival given at the home ot Airs. R. I. Mudtl, 715 North Main by the Sunday School ot the First Methodist church under the direction of tho Philathca Class. Tho Japauescidea was carried out In the decoration, silk kiniouas, parasols, and lanterns festooning the house, porches and lawn. There were ten of j tho usual carnival attractions on tho lawn—fortune-tolling, art exhibits, and trips to various thrilling places—all for a few cents. Refreshments were served, and a short musical program was given. Miss Jessie Springtneyer sang "A Uttle Bit of Honey," JUss Lehnio Baker sang "A Long, Long Trail." Miss Berniee Fafford sang "I-assic O' Mine" and "An Irish Lullaby." Mr. Wilbur Ctrckhuff sang "Good-by Summer," and "Slumber Time." COMPANY Meeting Was Held Last Evening to Work Up a Unit OF KANSAS NATIONAL'GUARDS Decided to Form a Letter Com* party Instead of a ^Machine Gun Company. lit*ft».« fL*HiM* 6ail 1783 atld have out tne wstury ueaning unRonst op. we >ve a First (fiass Tailor. Bring in yoifr repair wbrkj the prices art right. Phone 1783 > CAM WELL'S "CLOTHES SHOP" >t1 «fclo *i«m«tj< No. 3 North Main Btfect. National Dry Cleaners Something Wrong. ! A bailiff went out to levy on the contents of a house. The inventory began'In th^ attic and ended In the cellar. When the dining room was reached the tally of furniture ran thus: "One dining room table oak. "One set of chairs (six), oak. "One sideboard, oalt. "Two bottles of whiskey, full." Then the word "full" was stricken out and replaced by "empty," and the Inventory went on in a hand that straggled add lurched diagonally across the page until it closed with: "One revolving door mat." There wag a good turn out Inst evening of men -who are InUiested In the formation ot a National Guard unit here when the meeting was called to be held in-lhe County treasurer's office. A letter company will bo or- [giuitacd instead of a machine gun company as was thought likely would be organised. Monday night has been designated as tho regular drill night for the company and the drills will be held In Convention Hall. While the new company Is waiting for equipment to come rrom slate headquarters, the men will use the rifles which nojj- belong to the Home Guards. Joe Houston who has been connected with military organizations in one form or'rithur for some time will have charge of the drill next Monday evening. Any man who will probably be classed iu Class 1 In the new registration and who cares to do so can meet with the National Guardsmen and drill, thus gaining a little knowledge in advance of tho time when he will bo called into service. Meeting with the company for practice will not mean that they have to join the company but Is offered as one ot the features of tho plan. f Age Limit for Officers. According to the militia law of 1(111) the age limit of commissioned officers is such that Cirpt. A. 13. Noonan, who has had considerable experience along military lines, but who recently received honorable discharge, will not be able to get a commission, N\> (commissions will " be panted or persons selected as officers until each member.of the company has had a chance' to prov/e his fitness. The adjutant general will visit the company before long and give ratings to tho men as he deems are most capable of commanding men. - A regiment of Kansas National Guardsmen Is now being formed and will be known as. the Fourth regiment. Companies are being formed all over the'state to take the place of the former guardsmen who are now members of the United Stales Army and are seeing Bervice i abroad. Were Pioneers in "Mudding.' 99 Weather Report KansAs—Fair and warmer tonight and Saturday. Tho llRnry 1*. Dohc.rty In terrain I h rough (ho f'om- pfitilt^ Imvc bivMi pioneers in tho conservation of natural gus In (ho-MW-Conttnent. field. The flint iv« 11 "mini tl»M off" bv those Interests won In tho A up un La field In October. J»18.\ From thutllimi nil wells chilled Ti» tho deep annds ivhore ah allow oil and gas sands were penetrated have been properly protected and settled off bv th* "muddlmr" proccra. N WICHITA NATURAL* OAS COMPANY, SALT CITY'S NEW HOME b r., FALL TERM OPENING DATES—Monday, September 9th and 16th Make Your Arrangements Now THE SALT CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. ' • « • REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. * • " « IKerorted by Hftll-rtngland Abstract Co., No. 8 KaJBl Sherman.l John W. Swift to J. II. Sanders, lot 21, block 1, H. 1. Co.'s 5th-addltlou..?l .1. 11. Austin, same, same W. II. Mitchell, guardian, same, same, 11 Charles Sutton to Harold B. Towell, South 100 acres off S. E. »4, 1C-23-7 ; $10,650 J. N. Hailey lo IT. U Crupper, lots 62 and G4, Van Eman's addilion to Hutchinson ?1 S. Mans to E. F. Cooper, S. % N. \V. ' -H,I'.2«...: ..$10,000 Ibbia B. Wove lo W. A. Dawson,'S. E. 14 10-26-5 ?5,800 Roy.Chandler to A. W. Eagen, Lots 7-8,-Blfc. 1, Hunker's add. Hutch... .v.?325.00 John A. Collingwood to Samuel 13. Young, N\Vy ( 17-26-6 ..$6,000.00 J. C. Molloway to Ivan Wray, Ixit SO Ave. "D" 10., lllanchard's 1st, So. Hutch. ?22.50 M. H. Foster to G. H. Black, Tract in NB^, 2-23-G .$4,850.00 Cora C. Dressier lo J. S. Simmons, E. 27 feet lot 12 & W. 23 feet lot 13, 'Dlk: 9, D. B. Miller's add Hutch. X— .^2.50Q.0Q, Stuart Slnunoua to Cora V. Dressier, cE. 27 feet lot 12 23 feet lot 1.1. Blk. I), D. U. Miller's add. Hutch. $1.00 JeauetteC. Carmlehael to It. E. Lawrence, W. 14 feet lot 16 & E. 26 feet IB, all lot 19, Blk. 1, H. I. Cos., 5th add. Hutch $1.00 OfflcinJ Slatrment uf.lhn Flnanclnl Ci >n- UIU"n of tho CITIZENS* BANK at Hutchinson, stale of Kojmns, at Iho close of business on the .list ,lay of Auuust, 181$, riKKOtniCES. Lrft:ins and dls- oouiils ....$1,051,652 .1)1) Loans on real vstato 207.081.S5 »l,aiS,"34.St USE BLACKBOARD. City Market Finds This Necessary to Straighten rjut Prices. S.inco there h* been some little misunderstanding regarding- prices at the City market an effort has been made to correct the trouble. A blackboard has been secured that will be placed in a conspicuous place, in the market place which will contain a list of prices which those in charge recommend. Patrons of the market are urged to study the prices and then pay accord-, ingly for their produce. This will cllm-! inate any over or undercharging. Tho market ^yhlch has been unusually successful this year will be continued, on the usual days. ' • Not Any More. Shi? was intensely interested In the novel she was reading and paused only to replace her gum as her room- malo ontered and approached her. Ov,-nlraf!^, uUHOfUtfd ... Olliu resources vFuniiiurd and ripiurcs, t T nlti.'il sul'H bonilu 011 Imnn <^IIHT iinnrl.i anil wiivliinls..'- Ciiaraply tunJ Willi Stuto Tien.-!., •• Ciwh lti-nis alal clt-arliiB- h-nise ltt'ins i'ollpi-tlona in TnmsH ,. War Savin*,"* • Cnali and .siKlit exchange, h'Siil IOSUVVO ; T 0TAL .:"uXi«uTis;' C'upltnl stcKi; pald.l Sitrplu- 1 . fund - Ifndlrldnl proflls $ 42,104.42 llilfr<-st 11,53.'.0^ KxchaiiEO IBI.Io 17,473.60 t5,600.00 42.400.00 33,500.00 • t.500.00 60,834.40 I76.ami.-s .7,666.04 136.551.70 $1,953,763.94 f S00.000.00 108,000.00 SSO.3T2.70 . 27S.052.23 7,S14.0fi - ^ . 432,05 >. 47 1,599,191.4a I 54,1S7,70 * I*rfi-'* current rx- ln-nntis, intc.r**3t , and (axes imld. 3.iil5.22 . 50,572.4S TleKcrvM Tsxps .. .0 .......... 4,000.00 tienrurMl doponils: ~ tmllvldiiul • deposits, .s-ubjoct _lo check .. T>rlirlnilus of • ,,'firposU, duo in .leas limn 30 --day« Cruthier's chocks o\itnljindli!i< .. . BunkH' and hunk- el's' deposits,.. TOTA L ." S1,953,703.94 Slate of Kaimaa, Connlv of Heno. MH. I. O. C!. Pells, Cashier of said bank, <lo fiolnninly swear tliat the above Htiucm &nt Is true; that said bank lia-s no liabilities, IUIH Is not Indonler on my note or obligation, other tlia .11 filtown on the abore. statoment. to the beat of tny knowledRa v.nd belief. So help mo lied. a. C\ PKI.LS. .. Cnahler. Subsorlbed and sworn to before, me tills Clh Jay of September, 1IHS. JA1IES HKTTINC.UIt, Nolary Public. (Cornmlsslnn expires on the 12tli day of April, 1919.) Correct.—ntlctd: P. P. .HKTTINGEM, .T. C. HADUEU5Y, F. P. WOLCOTT, C. M. BRANCH, Dlreetors. To Waller R. Wilson. Bank Commissioner. Topeka Kansas. "How is It, Gwen?" uestloaed hei-„ friend. "Say, It's simply great, Vivian. In the second chapter ho shoots at her four limes. Ain't that grand?" j "Sure, 'but them novels aro mis- leadln', Gwen, There ain't no earnest love like that In real life these days." ' Save $50 to $150 in Piano Value on exclumged.^used, reliunt ajad like i}c\y iiisti:iipeuts as well as special new sample piano's iu theI wiiidiip of Our Clearance Sale. ^ , Here are a few of them—-come see we rest,, $375 New Sanfple STODART $265 P?y M monthly I New ?350 SCHAFF BROS, special tonr?!? Samples JJ)"^ OO Pay -98 monthly BLUE RIBBON Esley Uprights ajjd Grands and Brarn- baoh Qrpnds from the; .Now York Piano Show held In June, 1918. A limited number ot Aeolian Player ^.Pianos • $495 Pay |16 monthly New Sample Knabe Bros. Upright Grand Sale Price. Pay $10 monthly $335 New • J- a 0. Fischer and P, C. Weaver Pianos Easy price and ejiey payment USED PIANOS, scores of thfm including STBINWAY, VOSE, KURTZMANN, MASON & HAMLIN, KIMBALL and scores wore at $90, $125, $145, $250, $255, 360, PON'T MISS THIS CALL OR WRITE ,Car| p, Liuie, Manager adbasii

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