The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 7, 1918 · Page 9
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, September 7, 1918
Page 9
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Tttfi fitJTCtttttBOK KEWB, PAGE N1NB. BUY D1NNERWARE NOW! •" 111 urT-r—m f nniMiiinwii -iniB-ir -irniiil. I 1 1 ii.nrinri [„:,' 11 1 " 1 """""g' Pay Only 90c Down On 42 Piece Dinner Join Shaffer 's Dinnerware Club CtiOICE OF EIGHT BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS First payment wHen you receive the 42 piece sot v ' 90o Second week payment i Sue Third week payment .80c Fourth week payment I 7 &e Fitth week payment .7f)c Sixth week payment b6c Seventh week payment 800 Eighth week payment 6Bc Ninth week payment .. 1 60c Tenth week payment "...46c Eleventh week payment. 40c Twelfth week payment <*6c Thirteenth week payment ! SOe Fourteenth week payment 25c Fifteenth week payment 2Uc Sixteenth week payment 16c Seventeenth week payment > 10c Eighteenth week payment 05c Total amount paid ?8.G6 HERE IS WHAT YOU GET Pieces 6 Dinner Plates .6 6 Bread and Butter or Pie Plates ... .6 6 Cups, 6 Saucers .12 6 Butter Dishes 6' 1 Sugar Bowl and Cover 2 1 Cream Pitcher., 1 6 Sauce Dishes 6 1 Platter 1 1 Vegetable Dish ; 1 Total number pieces ...42 Thes^e sets are a superior process make of domestic ware that we purchased before recent advances. We doubt if there is a store in the country offering 42 piece sets of this quality for $8.55 cash. Early selections from the patterns offered is advisable. Open Till 9 p. m. Tonight! FURNITU RE 23-24-25 South \ Main Buy While You Can Save, Buy Now! Commencing Monday, September 9th, the Purity Grocery will Give 5% Off on all purchases amounting to $5.00 or more, Cash or Credit. Our prices are Less than wholesale grocers would sell the same class of earJables. We give this extra 5 ^o under our present lowest prices, as an inducement for you to buy all kinds of eatables by the'dozen or case. Large sales and a quick turnovers the idea. •.. This includes everything that, is put up in cans, jars' boxes, cases, or bulk except sugar and flour! Buy soaps by the box it ischeaj) ,now to what it will be. Also con- denced rjiilk. In fact everything in eats. All fruits, shipped in are gathered green and ripen in cold storage and do n,ot have the flavor, while our canned goods are are perfect and put up in heavy syrup and-everything* guaranteed absolutely sat- isfactd%pr your money back. . * Canned Peaches, Apricotts, Tomatoes, Milk^ Green Beans, Pork and VBeans, Peas, Pumpkin, Sweet Potatoes, Jams; Jellies, Maple and Table Syrups, Spinach, Laundry and Toilet Soaps, in facfeverythihg included except sugar and flour or government restricted items. 4 Free Deliveries Every Day; one only to each house, 8-10, A. M., 2-4 P. M. This Special Supply Sale, for one week or more. Get ybur eatables now and you will have them as also the best. PHONE 1320 Expert Kodak Developing and Printing. 12 Hour Service E,E. BLOOM & CO,,£rjISisis Agents EaSlmail KOdfk Co. 305 North Main St.' Kodaks, Films atuj Sullies in wsv/afin »4vertliwwoti stHM mention ?U« H«w» 4> PERSONAL. ^ <$> $ <$> 19 <$> <$> 4> <$> ^> Sir. Chas. Woodard, Secretary Elks, City: Dear Sir: Are you aware that there" is a World's Series? Yqu haven't Shown up. NBWf3 lapiTOlUAl* ROOM. , With a world wheat surplus of a billion bushels, wo may again tie permitted to taste real "white" bread.— Modern Wooquian. Btovea and stovepipe nell '8, fourth aud Wain. Q'Oon- LANDS IN ENGLAND Miss Harriet b'npjlsh Writes of Her Safe Arrival. IS FIRST YOUNQ WOMAN From Hutchinson That is Known to Have done Across to Answer Hie Call. 1 Word bos just been received here by relatives telling of the sufe arrival of Miss Harriet English somewhere In Kngland. Miss English is the first Hutchinson young woiiinn to be sent overseas undcri the auspices or the American Red Cross, although in reality she is in the employ of the government because the Red Cross has taken charge of i the furnishing of army nurses for the government. Miss English is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin English, 31!) Avenue D east. Last Noveinbcr she joined a Red Cross unit In Los Angeles, California, but wa& not called into active service until the latter part of April. On her way through to Camp Lee, Virginia, Miss English passed through Hutchinson and had an opportunity to see : a few friends I and relatives when the train stopped'' here. Together with si* other muses they were to receive special training before going oversens. Sailed L-ast Month. The unit to which Miss English belongs sailed from New Yiork /iiigust 8 and the word received stales that she landed somewhere in England August 21. She will be remembered by her many Hutchinson friends as she always lived here until the time when .she entered the Pacific Coast Hos- rpH*l at Los Angeles, where she received her training. Her address is Miss Harriet English, A. N. C, American Army Base Hospital, Red Cross' Unit No. 35 A. K. F. This is the first young- woman so far as known that represents Hutchinson over seas in the Red Cross work. Many others have received their calls for training and to report for duty within a short time. The many friends here of Mbyf" English and her family will be glad to learn from time to time ol her work and wish her a safe return. ' EXTRAVAGANCE USED IN FURNISHING DUGOUTS! KAN4A4. The 4th Anniversary Sales Will be days of Splendid Value Giving here. Every department throughout our store will contribute its quoto of splendid Bargains—new seasonable goods which you can put to immediate use at prices you will be only too eager to pay—Out of the hundreds of Specials that will greet yotf on your arrival we Hat but a few. Today—We tell about many new models of Dresses that enter the Anniversary Sale. Dresses at $18.00 Fine all wool Panama Dresses with tunic; lias ^ct In pockets finished with Jet buttons. The pointed collar and cuffs are of while satin, the tie belt Is omn- nrtnled with black silk fringe. This dress comes In colors of plum, navy, copen and green. Rich, Soft Satin Dresses $25.00 With Irregular lunlo—the front of blouse is embroidered In silk of self colors. The collar is or white wash satin aud the Clcorfielte sleeves have satin cuffs- -the belt is finished ut sides with buckles. In colors of navy and black. Mercerized Jersey Dresses $18 Straight line, dress has cuffs, patch pockets and buttons down the entire front of sell material. The collar is of wblto waah Batln; in navy and plum. Huns Sjripped Chnleau-Theirry , of Priceless Printings, Furnishings and Such. Behind the Franco-American Lines. — tCorrespondenco of The Associated Press.)—Priceless tapestries, paintings, furniture of the lxmls XIV. period, grand pianos and rich portlei 'B found by the Hun in Chateau Thierry were carried away by him In his retreat and used to furnish dugouts. Following the Ccnnan retreat American units inspecting the enemy dugouts for concealed bodies found the elaborately furnished subterranean apartments. The care aud design of the furniture varied with the rank of the. officer, it was discovered. At one of the quarters—that of a Herman general - the sides of the dugout were lined first with lumber looted from the town and over the lumber Iwero placed embroidered portieres. To prevent dust from falling from the roof, which had been first protected by corrugated sheetiron, Beveral artistic tapestries bad been attached. The" grand piano was found In the headquarters of a regiment. It was thought by Uie Americans that here the regimenim'staff reveled over their first successes and the use of Herman artists to play the instrument was resorted to. Finely carved tables and chairs were found in profusion in this rendezvous. Other dugouts were furnished also in elaborate style varying in degree with the rank of the occupant, / Beds from .Chateau-Thierry took up much of the space in some of the higher officers' qsarters. Down under twenty to thirty feet of eartb could be found handsome bedroom suites. In some cases, due to the haste which the retreating nuns were forced to exercise, the beds had not been used alnce they bad been made In the morning and were ready for occupancy. Models ot comfort, they were mute evidence that the retreat ot the Cieruians had boeu a hasty one. Womens High Shoes That Show Up Real Stylishly on The Foot Not every- style of a shoe shows up well on your foot; however, It will only be a matter of a few minutes to find man y that will. Uur new stocks Include many varieties of the newest lasts ind leathers In all the m on desirable heights and suades. ^imAmS Women's Solid White Kid Boots ' " / l-ong and medium vamp, high arched. Perfect fitters. Kid Covered, full Louis heels. Welt SOICH . AA to U, 4 to 8. i^sa^u —Special Anniversary Price, $11.00 Women's New Wedding Grey Kid Boots l*ng vamp, pointed toes, blind eyelets, full French kid, covered heels. A A to 1), 3 to 8. —Special Anniversary Price, $12.00 .1 Women's Golden B.rown,Kid Boots . r "^^" Pointed tues. imitation tip. Special process flexible soles, kid covered I»uls heels. AAA to C, 1 to 8. Special Anniversary Price, $9.95 Of a Wide Variety are the New Seperate Skirts Blouses are so pretty, top cnats so lovely, thsi t there is every reason for the wide demand for skirts this season. 'All new woolens, serges and poplins In smart trimmings, plains, plaid and stripe patterns—and priced within your expectations.- A Stylish Skirt for Stout Figures, $5.95 Made of dark #rey Panama Cloth, gathers in back with narrow belt, has flat pockets with tabs, button trimmed. Wool Sport Skirts, $7.95 All wool In Httiiirt pi akin and Ktrlpcu In bright, and sob^r col* urn in pretty combinations, novelty pockolH and belts. Silk Poplin Skirls $5.95 Yoke effect and fancy girdles and set In pockets; in all good colors for fall, such as Copen, uavji, green, black, white, grey and taupe. Black Satin Skirls $7.95 Sbirred all around with narrow belt. The Hides are ornamented with loorie pauetH and pockelH. J Are You In Need of a Piano? We are factory distributors for The Acoustigrand Schuman Bond Packard and the World Renowned Opollo Price these instruments elsewhere—then Ret our price on the same make—this will convince you ot the saving you make hy buying ut VEATCH BROS. PIANO HOUSE PhOne 52 The Home of High CIuos Pianos 1 20 North Malfl Y. W. C. A. ASSIST. the Young Woman's Christian Association In looking after the welfare of Aids In Work for Recreation and Com-] K lr l» employed in aeroplane factories. fort of Girls I Mi"'y of these youiiK women come to j Washingtou.-The Ordnance Uur j' !tM ; tur " t1 °«" 3 " 0 "; ™"»id <M <Ude. ° distances, and the associailun is doing enu of the War Uepnrimeiu lias re- everything pobMble ic. provide for ceived assurances of cooperation from their health aud comfort. Kodaks, Films and Supplies WE DO DEVELOPING AND PRINTING The A & A Drug Co, the Hexall Store

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