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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

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Save 10 V Saturday the Last Day of our Special Discount Offer Suits, Coats, Dresses Skirts, Waists, "Quality Tells-Prlce Sell" t 9 At Regular Marked- Price, Less 10% Saturday Only The . New Store Sweaters Kimonas, Petticoats, Millinery DELUXE TODAY "See Tliis One By All Means'* CECIL 13. DE MILLE'S PRODUCTION 'The Whispering Chorus' By Jennie Msicphcraon, From the Story By Perlcy Poore Shcclmn. An absorbing!?- dramatic nnd tense slory of a man wlio, harassed by debt, resorts to then, .Ho deserts his wife, becomes a hermit 'longshore- mar., changes clothes with a drowned man, assumes an alias nnd later is hunted down by the police who mlstn ke him for his own murderer. When he learns that his wife Is happily married to the governor of his state, he goes to death rather than wring from her (he admission that lie is her husband. The various scenes are filled wilh thrills and dramatic action of the highest order. " , DANCING Yeoman Hall, Sat. Evening. HOLADAY'S MUSIC. Ray Bailey, Mgr. MARYPJCKF^D;^marillupf0oteline/}lley' , A.AfirCBArTPtaagf DELUXE MONDAY AND TUESDAY NORTH MAIM Boy Scout Shoes for School Boys -The best wearing shoe in America, made on the U. S. Army last, drafted down to fit little feet. Tan and black calf, Priced $3.50 and $4.00 Mali Orders Filled Phone 2700 Oftictai Statement oi Itic Financial Condition of the S1ATXEXCHANGE 3AKK dt llntchlrwon, £late of Kansas," at the cl<>.*e of hUfitncsB on the 31st day of -AUjjU.it, I81S. HKSOfltCES. Ixians and discounts $1,273,041.4! l^oans on real, oatntc. 18,201.til Overdrafts 11,[61.38 Other real estate owned...... 10,(100.00 J-urnlluri- nnd fixtures 1,000.00 t'nlted stoics bonds on hand. ri9.D0O.O0 Hands trl secure state deposits £5,000.00 Other bonds and warrants 48,40-.OS Guaranty tund with atatu Trtus., bonds ,. 7,000.00 Cosh Items and clearlntr- hoirte items .17,702.28 Cnsh and al&hl exchange, legul reserve fill,3i1.92 War Havings Stamps 1.752.12 * TOTAL $2,107,597.28 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In * tO0.OOO.OO Surplus fund 00,000.00 Undivided. ,1'roflts ..I10.50S.40. Interest ... H,077.31f KxehaiiKe . £00.30 J25.052.17 t.ess current expenses, Into reBt and limes paid 5,314.07 10,707.50 Demand DepostLs: tmllviiluiil deposits, subject to cheek.. 712,501.75 Certificates or deposits, due In less than 30 days 18.207.32 Letters of credit ...» 600.00 Certified Cheeks . 3.3'I2.90 Cashier's Cheeks'.. 10; 138.06 20.249.SO Hanks' and bankers' deposits ...1,078,1)0.52 Tihie deposits: Certificates of deposit due orr> or after ,10 days 7S.7S4.3a Total deposits $1,937,889.78 TOTAi_.V $2,107,597.28 State of.Kansas, County of Keno,' SB. 1, Bert, E. Mltchner, cashier of said bank, Ao solemnly swear that the above statement is true; that safd hank hft no liabilities, and Is not lndorser on any note or obligation, other than shown on the kbovo statement, to the best of my knowledge and belief. So help me Ood. BB11T E. MlTCHNEfi. Cashier.' Subscribed and sworn to before mo, this 6th day of Septouber, 1918. H- V. PAYNE. (Srnl.) • Notary Public. (Commission explrec.on the 6th day of August. 1920.) Correct—Attest: y. W. COOTER, • P. D. bARABEE, W. Y, MORGAN, F. C. KAT1IS. o. w. cooTisa, Directors. To Walter K. Wilson, Bank Commis- sfor.or, Topeka, IvOJt£*ui. Official Statement of the Financial Condition of the fcUHLER STATE BANK At HuhHir, Stuto of Kam*as ,~at the close ot business on the Hist duy of August, 1WS.' RESOURCES. Ixxins and dtseuunU* ItOatts an real estate Overdrafts, unsecured Other real catiite owned... r Uimlt tmUdlnu l-USf.) Furniture an dtfxUires.. ,$2,000) United States bond* on hand.. CuHh itcin-.u and clearing-house items' Cash and night exchange, JCKUI 1'i -Hftrve (Jullectiona In transit ....$177,1304* ..., 32,<20.0O .... 5,225.00 «,13S.OO 19.922.31 23.011,71 •14,048.52 J Saturday Special Four 10c bars "Peet's" Creme Oil Toilet Soap for 30c Orenie Oil is niado from OUvo and Cocoanut oils, which aro recognized as nature's finest anil best cleansers. N. E. Williams & Son 28 8. Main Phono 1US0 1228 N. Main Phone 2978 PEARL Today and Tomorrow Roy Stewart IN laws Outlaw' A Fjve Reel Western Drama Full of Action. Also Charlie Chaplin in "The Landlady's Pet" . i ' —• Coming Moriday-Tucyday 2nd Episode of "Hands Up" , The greatest of all Serial Pictures M im Want»if t m Wm\ zm Wiiw you Want to AQvmm you* Want* > lu the Want Columns of The New* Total «10, LIABILITIES. Capital stock pukl In $ 20, Surplus fund 5, Undivided profiuV-,231.07 Interest 2.200.30 Kxclmmre 117.31 1,018.21 l.ess eurre.nt expensi-s. Interest un<l taves paid. I.OJO.'J.'J 2, Individual deposits subject to check ....190, Certificates of deiktsll, due in less than 30 duys 20, Cashier's cheeks, uutsandinif..'. Other deposits rcqulrlnij less Hum 30 days ,. .. 217 Certificates of deposit due-on or after 30 days 01, Ueposlts subject 1o 30 or 'more days' notice 04 ,000.00 000.00 997.59 805.21 097.46 041.00 033.09 797.00 707.00 Total $310,428.28 Slate of Kansas, County of lteno, ss: 1 IT. A. Martens, cashier of said bank, do solemnly affirm lhat the ubovu stale- tnciit Is ti-ue; that said bank lias no .liabilities , and Is cot indorse:- on tiny note or obligation, other than shown rti tbo above statement, to the Lest of by ktuwl- edgo and belief. So help me find. H. A, MAICTKN'H, Cs.sld'jr. Subscribed and affirmed to b-:f>''e nie Ihls 4th day of September, 1918. }1. B. nlOItliltAND. iSeal.) . Notary i'ubllo. (Commission expires on lite 8th day of March, 1919.) ' Correct—Attest: JOHN K. BKC.1HR, II. WV PKI1DIIAN. II. B. f;KitBHAND, H. A. MAJtTl»IS. Directors. To Waller K. Wilson, nank Commissioner, Topeku, Kansas. FOR REGISTRATION DAY. General Crowder Asks Flags tg Be Flying That Day. Will S, Thompson received a re- queat this morning from General Orowder, which says to every Slato, County and Local Council of Defense, "I want to have every flag flyingand every bund playing on Registration Day." This day is September IStli, next Thursday and everyone should bo patriotic enough to : recognize this request, but Hutchinson will not (all, for she ngyer has yet. . ... . iiriiiigimwfrii»aMHBMr' , w»mMniri»-mr-m mr— r— ^ 3. W. Snode, of Atenun F cast, was very pleasantly Surprised Inst evening when the members of the IJIblc Class of the Hartley M. E. Church gathered at his home to help him celebrate his 75lh birthday anniversary. The evening Was Bpent socially and a number of solos were sung by'Mrs. Edith Hlddell which were greatly pn- Joyel by all. Mr. »node was presented with a beautiful American flag, a gift of the class. , n. ,f. Davis mnde the presentation speech. Ijite in the evening refreshments were served. The guests were Mr. and Mis. Henry C. Gallup, Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. V. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. W. I), rttddell, Mr. nhd Mrs. W. E. Van Keuren and daughter, Wilma, Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Danner, llobert McKolvey, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. rnyhe, Mr. nnd Mrs. 13. It. «. lark and daughter, lluth, Mr. and Mrs. S. A.. Coots, Dr. 1. S. Richards of Goshen, Indiana, Miss Hal lie Snode, Mrs. Mabel Allen and daughter, Eleanor, Miss Helen Ramany, nnd Miss FreTtrr N. "Fisher. ,.<$> ^> ^5> Mr. Herbert-Hodge was very pleasantly surprised last evening at his home.on Avenue F east when a few friends gathered to spend the evening. Mr. Hodge Is to leave this evening for Camp Funston. lie was presented with a wrist watch by the friends and ulso an army kit by the Johnston-Larimer Manufacturing Company of Newton where be has been employed for several years. Several musical mini: liers were rendered by Miss Evena Borry, Miss Doris Orlfnth, Miss Iris Griffith nnd Mr. Hodge. Utter in the evening Miss Irene Norrls and Miss Evenu Berry served dainty refreshments. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Brnna- man, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Chapman, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Monro, Miss Iris Griffith, Miss Doris Griffith, Miss Evena Berry, MlsA'lda Lee Norrls and Mrs. Irene Norrls. rh <i. Mr. VV. C. Walker was very pleasantly surprised last evening at his librae on Slxlh avenue east, the occasion being his birthday. The evening was spent Informally and at n late hour a dainty two-course luncheon was served.' The'guests were Mrs. Frank Anderson and two children, Elizabeth ami Kenneth of Greensburg, Mr, and Mrs. David Baxter and son Fra'ne.is, Mr, and Mrs. Georgo Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cross, ', 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Delano, Mr.' and Mrs. R. C. Walker, Mrs. W. C. Walker and Miss I*eila Walker. ! • * I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schmitt chaperoned the following crowd of Northslde folks at a welnnlo roast last night on the banks of Cow Creek west of town: Miss Julia Ramsey, Miss Flora Tyson, Miss Ruth Gardner, Miss Mildred Friend, Miss. I.ola Beeson, Miss Carrie Forrester^and Miss Nellie Forrester, Miss Ella Benscheidt, Mr. 1 Uyod Gardner, Mr. Carl Nelson, Mr.' Dwight Rickembrodo and Mr. Newton Benscheidt. I <S> .$>•<?> | The Bercan classof the Methodist Sunday Sclidbl , was. entertained yesterday afternoou at the home of Mrs. •'• H. F. Whetzell on North Maple. The '. afternoon was spent informally and the hostess served refreshments. Miss E. W. Vincent will be hostess when the class meets next month. I <S> <S- ! Lieut. Harry Elofson, who has just completed Hie course at the fourth officers' training camp at Camp Tay-i lor, and Oliver Elofson or SaliJa. Col-' orado aro visiting their sister, .Mrs. Curtis Pcugh. Lieut. Elofson left today for Ft, Sill, Oklahoma, where he! hns„been stationed. <•••:•> <3> ! Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Shaw entertained at a six o'clock dinner last evening In honor of Mr. Henry E. Hill, who leaves this evening for Camp Funston. Plates were laid for Mr. Henry Hill, Mrs. If. E. Hill, Miss Maybelle Hill, Juanita and Vernon Shaw. Miss Nettie Geselle who has been staying with her sister, Mrs. A. C.I Miller.t.-left yesterday for her home! in Newton. Within a few weeks she' is to leave for North Dakota to join her parents and make her future home, i <?. <s> i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gallup entertained at dinner last night for Mrs. J. P. Kelley and children, Ruth Francis and Frederick, of San Bernardino, California, Mrs. H. W, Downey and children Ralph, Ruth and Jane. *i- ..V <S> Mr. and Mrs. T. \V, Payne and granddaughter. Josephine Bryant have returned from a visit to Colorado Springs where they visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hostel tier who were former residents of Hutchinson. <$> Mrs. W. M. Runyan of ' Baldwin, stopped here yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. I. 10. Runyan of Third avenue east. Mrs. Runyan left this morning for Colorutlo Springs where she will spend several weeks. .j, <f, ,p Captain and Mia. Joe A. llilldyard are here for a few days' visit with their parents, Mr. and MVs. C. L. Parks and Mr. and Mrs. tl 11. llilldyard, eiiroulo to Spnrtanshiirg, S. C, from El Paso, Texas. 4- 4> Mrs. E. E. Yaggy returned today from Wichila where she has been attending a olnt two-duy's meeting of the Mon's anil Women's Local Liberty Loan Committee of the state, <v <3> • Miss Bernlce Crawford and Miss Beryl Crawford have returned from Mcpherson, where they were guests of Mrs. McMurray Maddox at a slumber party Wednesday night, •i> -p Mrs. J. E. Vincent of Fort Worth, Texas, will come this afternoon to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. P, Thompson and Mr. Thompon of Twelfth aveuue east. $ * * Mr. Charles Thompson of Wlnfield and daughter. Mrs-. Helen Brewer ot 1'd.aU are visiting their son and brother, Charles Thompson, Jr., for a few days. * * *. Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey and daughters, Miss Pearl Bailey and Miss Bessie Bailey of Langdnn are visiting Mrs. Louise Shephard for a few days. <$> <S> Mr and .nrs. J. F. Hey ot Third avo- nue cast left this morning for a month's visit with their daughter, Mrs. D. A. Should, at Clayton, N. \u Mrs. W. R. Tedrick went to Wichila today to attend a.board meeting of the Women's Home Missionary Society and the Deaconess' Home ItonrB. > * * Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Nelson and son Harold, and Miss Myrtle Hurty will motor to Camp Funston tonight to spend Saturday and Sunday. •t * Mrs. Elizabeth E. 1/elghtle will give a family dinner tonight for her daughter, Mrs. Anna DeVoss, who leaves Sunday tor Olalhe, KansaB. , <?• * <$• Mrs. W. A. Field left yesterday for Great Lakes, 111., here she will visit with her son, Evexett MeMlllen who Is stationed In the Navy there. •i- <•> Miss Clara Evans of Llbernl Is here today visiting with Miss Alice Bolln, enroute to Manhattan where she will attend college this winter. •?> «> Mrs. G. II. Smith nnd children, Halite and Irwin, left yesterday for Brnw- ley. California, where they will make their future home. <"•, ^, .J> Mis. Hnrry A. Montgomery will entertain at a seven o'clock dinner this evening for lier Sunday school class, the Belhnny Girls. ••> <v "Mrs. Ed VV. Meyer, Mrs. E. L. Meyer nnd Miss Marie Madden returned from Chicago totlny where they have been for several weeks. ^ Mr. George Medlll left today for his heme at Leavenworth, euroute to Camp Funston, whore he will enter military service. 4' '.^ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vest of Pretty Prairie were here yesterday enroute home after visiting at various points in the east. * <!• * Miss Ruth Redman and Miss Grnyce Redman will leave tomorrow for Camp Funston where they will spend Sunday. <5> <s> .j. .Mrs. Llllie B. Rishel and sons Keith and Bennie have returned from a visit at ChhSsusha, and Fort £111, Oklahoma, •5> •?> <•> ' Miss Jennie Lehman has returned frouVsaglnaw, Mich., to resume her teaching in the high school Ihls year. ^ «. -> .'r Miss Margarette Wlllms will leave Monday for Llndsborg where she will attend Bethany College this winter. <JN <j> <§. . , Mr. II. Wilson of Lawrence Is here for a few days before he -returns to his home to enter 1C. U. this winter. <*> 3* Mrs. Margaret Farrcll.'of'Wichita, who has been here visiting with friends.reutrned to her home today. •s> <s> •» , Miss Gertrude Hay has returned from her vacation trip at Lawrence and Kansas City. <•> Miss Ruth Olmstead went to Garden City yesterday to visit with friends for several days. >S> <?•• ••> Miss Maude Drake and Juanita Tracy are visiting Miss Fern C'rotts for a few days. * * „ Mrs. J. H. Collingwood and children came today to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer. DR. ATKINSON Chiropractic Physician 20 Mi North .Main. 7-tf ADVERTISED LETTER. No More of Them Will Be Published % Only the Foreign Ones. Usually every day there is a long list of advertised loiters, which are published, of letters lo be called for. This list continued to grow In length and not many of them were called for, so the officials at the pustofi'icu decided this was a great ileal of work and look up a great deal of space unnecessarily. No mole letters will be published hereafter, only Die fureign letters. Today the only letter advertised Is "Sr. Andres Contreras." Dancers Notice. Beginning with Friday night, September 0, 1 will resume my dances at Woodmau Hall every Friday night. Lessons every Friday afternoon and night and Saturday. Phone 1155, Holaday's music. Anna McDonnell. 2—51 Notice. The De Luxe Dance formerly held at Stevens' Pavilion on Saturday night will be held in Woodman Hall beginning Saturday night, Sept. 7th. Four piece orchestra. Clt Attention of Elks. Regular meeting Friday evening, Sept. Gtli, S:t)0. A special entertainment has been arranged that all will enjoy. -- 5-2t Dancing. Ray Bailey's dances will start next Saturday evening, Yoeman Hall. Holaday's music. 6-1 I'm buying War Stamp*, of course "&>Y * (QpSfy; I'm also eating POST T0ASTIE5 •~ (MADI or CORN) THEy All Seats Always jC TODAY PEARL WHITE In "The Vial of Death" 16th l-:p!*ode of "The House of Hate." HAROLD LLOYD In ''Fireman, Save My Child" Comedy. Hearst-Pathe News Show-Inn Official War Picture*. Watch lor Picturos of "Yanks" Tliat Ynu Know, TOMORROW. KINGSLEY BENEDICT In •The Human Target" tfj gress. A fJHpplrjtf Slory of the Virile West. Ni'ivi riurnn ami Itcna lingers In "Phoney Photos'? It's a H'g- I..KO Comedy. JUUHJIJIJtJI JMU1JUUII ^^i^ijyaJmJJiJMAHiiii Ut Corner WlrTund s»eon« •treet* (Tj I Come § I Early | « OurSeptember S S Special Sale is 5 i Now in Pro- ^ SPECIAL SALE ~ Creme Oil Soap 4 for 30c 90c Dozen ADAMS DRUG CO. 206 N. Main. Phone 13* Riverside Park TONIGHT The Bobby Barker Musical Comedy Co. of 20 People in Brand New Tabloids Annual School Children's Treat Next Friday All school children will be admitted free, no matter where they reside. Free Show. Old .Settler's Picnic Sept 10th. One Lot of Winter |fi Coats at Half Price, ffi These coats we carried over from last winter. Prin- LE cipally Hi and 36, none Q* larger than -10— Coats formerly $6.95 ri« for , $3.48 !TJ Coats formerly $9.95 •{! for $4.98 31 Coats formerly $11.98 ffl for .'. .$5.99 Ifi Coats formerly $15.00 tfj for $7.50 IC Coats formerly $19.75 S for .-. .$9.88 US Coats formerly $25.00 MC ..for $12.50 Q" All Gingham House QJ Dresses Reduced Ec Kvery fine Gingham House Dress in our store Included. Stripes, plaids and solid colors in great variety in all sizes from 11 to 4fi. The re- ductlonsTTangi) from 10 to 25 per cent. Former prices from S2.50 to $fl.»B. One lot $1.50 percale House Dresses (In small sizes only) reduced to tiSc. Silk Kimonas at Wonderful Reductions One lot, ot charming Silk and Satin Kimonos at half price. The balance including many beautifully embroidered Japanese and Chinese Silk Kimonos In Oriental . styles reduced from 20 to 30 per cent. An extra special in flowered soisette silk Kimonos with the polka dot. weave for this sale at $2.US. One lot of silk dancing frocks and parly dresses, half price. Medium Weight S Spring Wool Coats y= at Half Price W s. o. s. Save on Soap Saturday only we will sell four 10c bars ''Meet's" Cietne Olive toilet soup for 30c, Creme Olive Soap is designed for use oil the most delicate skins and for all nursery purpose. FRED WEESNER 3 South Main Plione 168 Bring in Your OLD.FELT HAT We'll make it look like new 4 South Main Phone 1011 Iff Tdnal coats for motoring yr- and street wear, good styles, 3J good materials, well made. Ul Many of them exactly half ir; Spring prices, others ro- •*2 dticed from 25 to 30 per cent. in White Voile and Or- S jfj gaudy Waists at Half jfi Jl We are now closing out our Ijfl entlro remaining stuck of y- y- fine whlto voile and organdie JO JTJ waists, formerly $2.50 to Jjh jfc $fi.05 each at exactly half U* Irj fonnor prices. All sizes ^ J! from tlfi lo 40 In the assort- V\ •n meat anil must of them In t£ good condition excepting ffl 3J needing pressing—now $1.2C 31 •Ji to.ftl.iS. (Lfi S A Choice Assortment S of Silk Skirts Reduced * JjS Kvery silk Skirt carried EH l[" over from spring and sum- mor heavily reduced. So silk *J| •fi skirls reservetl excepting the ffi new fall styles recently re- ffl celved. Many desirable lfi blacks, fancies and solid col- £C ors among them, also white ?U wanli silks, white satins and Si white baritones. Due lot at Iff hall price. Ec Capes and Sweaters ifi at Half Price JjJ All silk and wooTn'apes of *B every kind, all sleeveless ifi sweaters and sleeveless t'oats IC at exaclly half former prices. [V ffl Also all silk L'oats, silk Hulls. *JJ \tt spring wool Suits ami all jf| Q| white wash cotton Skirls at |f • r. half price. Also all remain- HJ rh ing white and colored voile jfi K drenses ai half. u{ tc And Much Besides Cc ffi No Goods on * S Approval | I O*. F. SAWVEH I £ DRY GOODS CO. jjj

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