The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 18, 1918 · Page 12
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September 18, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 12

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Military Boots For Young Ladies Black kid, gun metal, and brown calfskin and kid. Black Boots $4 to $7,50 Colored Boots $6 to $11 Teare & Elzler Shoe Store 19 NORTH MAIN AMERICA'S HOME SHOE POLISH We have complied with the Government's request to be satisfied with a reasonable profit and to keep the quality up to standard. Smnoum Quality ^^^^^ s ^ ox The Same Price—Ten Cents Our increased volume of sales, foresight in buying and rigid economy in manufacture, enable you to buy SHINOIA At The Same Price As Always—Ten Cents 50 Good Shines to the Box Good for Leather Makes Shoes wear longer and look better Black - Tan - White - Red - Brown Jesse Langford AUCTIONEER Sept. 24—A. (!. Temple, 2 miles east Hi north of Saxman. Oct. 3—Dave 12. Brlih?, '2.% miles west of Lyons. Oct. IS—Geo. Ilayinond, 4 miles west, 114 south of I'rctly Prairie. Oct. 10—I. S. Van Ordslrand, 2ft miles west, 'i% soulh of Haven. Oct. 17—J. V. Devlno, 4 miles noril), 1V4 east of Nickersou. Fifty head of while face steers ana BO head white face heifers, weight 4UQ lbs., for sale ai my corral. Dates can bo arranged at any time by calling my office phone, Nlekerson 29 at my expense, Jesse Langford ALFALFA SEED For Fall Plaining $6.50 to $12,00 per Bushel AH central Kansas erowu. Nou- irrigated—write for samples. YOUNG'S SEED HQUSK Hutdiiubou, Kan», Let Me figure on Monarch Weather Strips for your home. Save fuel, keep warm. No obligation to show you. G. T. Bronleewe 120 14th West Phone 523 Chemist Wins Lasting Gratitude "1 tried several doctors and all kinds of medicine, and had about civ- en up all hope of getting better. 1 did not think it poslblc that any medicine could bo so wonderful In its effect us Mayr's Wonderful itcmcdy has proven in my case. You sure have won my lasting gratitude. 1 could not work at all and had constant pain in my stomach before taking your medicine." It Is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from (ho intestinal tract and allays tho inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose •will convince or money refunded. For sale by druggists everywhere. BACK FROM TRENCHES Lieut. John Barlliold, ot Machine Gun Co., Home for Pew Days. WILL BE AN INSTRUCTOR Probably, Although He Will be Attached to New Division Being Pormed. Delicious gems can bo made with mashed .not+toee ft«d barley (lour. To have (he distinction of Beelng four and u half months' of active service in Krance on the battlefields and then be able to return home to tell of the sights ho has seen and the experiences ho has'had, Is not the good fortune of every young soldier who goes off to war. Hut it Is the good fortune ot Lieut. John liarthold, whose home is in Partridge, and who left with the Machine Oun company in April for France, lie has been sent back to this .country under orders to report for duty of some kind at Camp Funston. Lieut: Barthold sailed from France August 30 and landed at Norfolk, Virginia, Sept. S. Tho return trip was made in the same" transport, the George Washington, which ho went over on. "it look us fourteen days to go over", Lieut, Barthold declared, "but the return trip was made much faster and tho course which we took was not so zigzag. Coming home we were accompanied the first day by 4 bi-plancs who left us at night and the next night the two destroyers in our fleet returned to France. There, were three transports in our convoy, the Von Steuben, America and George Washington. This latter was formerly a German boat but was taken over by the Americans." Trip Over. When asked about their trip over to France, declared that nil the way the weather was fine and everyone was In good spirits even when they were told they h8d reached the submarine zone. Thpy landed at Brest; France, and there they found the French people ready to greet them, a mighty sociable and grateful lot ot people. "That is one ot the most prominent things you understand from tho very beginning," he said, "is (he appreciation of lite American soldier. What they have they are willing to share with us." He was in a schoo,l for training n oar Bre-st for more than a month and later joined his company before they went Into the trenches. "When we received our first baptism of fire it was In the American sector in Alsaae, Germany." he continued, "wo were not recruited with French or English companies as the folks back here thought. When we went Into the trenches we went directly up to the front line and relieved a French unit. I suppose' it was because of our intensive training received at Fort Sill. We were in the (renclies three weeks the first time, and while we were there we were Initlatd properly with all the vermin and whatnots which inhabit the trenches. "There really never was much fighting, with the occasional sniping and exchange of a few volleys of machine gun fire. We did not take any prisoners while I was there, I don't know what's happened now but one night Company C, (Great Bend boys) went over the top and brought In a bunch of prisoners. ' I didn't get to He*' what they were like but heard that they were mostly young fellows." Hutchinson Boys. When asked about the Hutchinson boys, Lieut. Dart hold said he had not seen very many lately but the day he was leaving he saw Sergt. Fred Ilonney, city editor of the News, who sent back "helloes" to all the folks at home and that he was well nud In fine spirits. Among the Hutchinson boys whom be saw recently were Sergt. lveslle Shawhnn, who Is now attending an Officers' Training school somewhere In France, Don and Mack Jenlugs. Don is, or rather was, cook and u member of Lieut. Bartbold's pin toon. "He was a fine cook, too, and no matter what time of the night we would come in and wake him up for something to eat he always hunted something cood up from somewhere," remarked the Lieutenant. Lieut, Barthold thinks that tho 137th band makes the best music in the world, with apologies to the "Peacocks of the Navy" who are guests of Hutchinson for a few days. But this is alright for the 137th band makes the best music 'without a doubt in France and the Great Uikes Band carries all the honors over Uere. Hated to Leave, He was very glad of course when the word came to him;"tbat he was to be sent back to the states and homo but he added, "When the time came to loavo them all I hated to leave, It 's queer what a feeling you have about such things. If the boys have any homesick times and I guess they all do, they never show It, but my, how w« did watch for the mall dayB." His orders are to report tomorrow evening at Camp Funston and although he has not been definitely told, his supposition is that be will be assigned to the lUth division, probably as an Instructor, lie hopes 10 get Into (he same branch of the service, that of die Machine Gun work. Did you soo the itopubllc Truck at the Fair? Iteno-Uuick Cp. 16-6t. WILL RECEIVE SALARY K. U. Dean Is Doing War Work- Some Controversy. Topoka, September 18.—Peau Olin Templln of the KansaB University may yet got his salary for August In spite of the fact that his pay was held up by the Elate Auditor, Fred W. Knapp. Kuapp took the position Ihut us Ibe six Mentha leave was up which hail been allowed Processor Tetupiju bis »«X»rr should stop, s flu horn* «f Hart Sdbtfim fe Mini What the State Fair means this year This year our State Fair is in reality a "review" of one of America's biggest fighting forces—prize-winning grain, cattle, food of various kinds. The men who are producing such things are servinglhe country in the biggest kind of kind of a way. All of us can't take such an active part, but we can all do something. Here, at this store we are trying to sell only the clothes that save; the kind ,that give you the most for your money; that wear so well that they economize the country's resources, labor, materials. Hart Schaffner & Marx, make the clothes, and when you buy them you save-some money for yourself and you save material and labor for war work. When vou need clothes we're ready to help you save. S. N. Hawks, however cites the statute of 1917 which gives tho State Board of administration completo authority in tho matter of the" hiring and compensating of instructors' at the state institutions. "Chancellors, professors, assistants, tutors and all other officers and employes of the university shall hold their places at the pleasure of IbeJBoard and shall receive such compensation as the Board may prescribe." July and August are vacation months anyway, Hawkes states, and it is the arrangement that the Instructors %hall be paid In twelve payments for the year although their clauses do not hold completely through the summer months. t'rofesaor Templln was granted leave of• absence,by* tho Stale Board of Administration, for war work and was to receive his usual salary for six months. - In August, ho-notified the Board that he would be gone another six months as he was required for tho same service and the Board agreed to give him the extra leave appointing only a substitute in his stead at the School but for the second six months ho was not'to be reimbursed by the State. A /.alley purchaser is given service. Iteno-Buick Co. 16-61. • *•••* « • - « •> REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS, « • ' •» • <r (Rorortcd by Hall-Ragiand 1 Abstract Co., No. S Bast Sherman.* J. D. Cutlery to Laura 3. mite, north 531-3 acres SW% 16-22-8. .I. $4500.00 Lizzie Devore ot al, to A. G. Cra 'bb, lots 7 and 8, blk 4, Lee 's 2nd add. , $1400.00 Earl Burk, et al, to Laura J. White, et v, N 2-3 SW%, 16-22-8 ....".1.1)0 Nathan Hainliue to JamoB W. Skelton, lots 16 and 17, blk 18, Broadlunds, ¥1.00 John H. Blckel to Lola G, Anderson, NE14 16-25-7, 18,000.00 Agnes L. King to J. L. Taylor, lots 19-20-21 B 10 ft lot 22, blk 40, N. Turon $2,200.00 Georgia A. Jordan to W r alter H. Jordan, lots 15 and 16, block 1, H. 1. Cos. 1st add tl.00 Peter J. Waltner to Ell K. Stucky, SWK 29-26-7, ,$9,000.00 S, Cornelia Small to J. B. Jessup, fractional blk 23, Sylvia $1,800.00 Ell H. Stucky to Poter J. Waltner, tract 50x140 ft, SE# 18-26-6 ... : -. $1,600.00 Thomas D. llanan to M. M. Hanan, lots 70 and 72, Van Eman's add. $1.00 Jtcno Co. to Florence Eastburn. lots S-10-12, blk 0, H. 1. Cos. 2nd. .$104.90 Alice Myers Smith to Olive Myers Epperson, lotB 1 and 5 and EH SE>4 33-23-5 *l-00 Homor J. Myers to German French, oast 40 ft lot 78, W. 6'ft. lot-72, Brown and Blggers add,.. ,$4,600.00 Walter H. Jordan to .'Harriet Slover Pegues, lot 23, blk 17 Miller and Smith 's add, $7,800.00 •$•*<»>'$•<$•<$'<* <8> <t> •!>•$> <S> <S> EAST LINCOLN. <S> Mr, and Mr!; Tom Downs motored to Nlekerson Sunday and spent the afternoon with his brother W. Downs. Mrs. Fred Robertson spent (he week end with relatives in Geneseo. Mrs. John Morgan spent the day Friday with her brother Herbert Martin. Master Floyd and, Gladys VIckera spent the week end with Gene and Marjorio Cllckner. Mrs. J. P. Klein has returned from Rush Center. Stun Miller has moved to his new farm the old Gaston furui. Mr. Burton has moved on the Cllck­ ner farm. J. O, MoNew and wife visited J. A. MoNows Sunday. Miss Nina Aoheiltipn spent Sutur- J6 AT LUNCH TIME An efficiency drink for the busy man. Quen- chei thlnt. Aids dlges-. tlon. No after effect. . Enjoy a bottle with your lunch today. Order a case sent home. Any dealer. HYDE PARK PLANT 16th & CASS, 6T.LOU13 •M *_aW+ ' Coca-Cola Bottling Co, Distributors Hutchinson, Kan. m 1 \ -r F X 9* V ft* torn- Looks More Attractive Than Stained ^oodShingle*—Costs Less Than Half Beautify your home. If you own a house or other building needing a roof, find outalt abouttheArtCraftRoof, Here is a roof in beautiful colors—Red,i,preen 01 Silver Gray—costs far less than any shingle roof. yet is more lasting, and is put on right over" the old shingleroof.oraUrecttotherooJboardaofnewbuildings- The Art Craft Roof simply cannot leak) is fire resisting, and absolutely guaranteed. The'handsome, artistic red, green or silver-gray patterns give any house a refined dis- 1 tinctiveness and add materi« ally to its value. ' Ask forsamples and complete estimates of the low cost. See display at State Fair, south of grandstand. L. JTWHITE LUMBER CO. fOO Sherman West Phone 65 day and iSuuday with iier aunt, Sybil McNew, Miss Fern Slrayer visited her sister, Beatrice McNew in Nickersoo Sunday afternoou. ... David Mills is running his tractor night and day. Mr. and Airs. Fred Vlckers spent Sunday with U. H. ScofloWs. Mrs. Pick Kennedy |s in. the Hutchinson hospital-rof treatiuerit. Mr. Doner visited, the Rowland farm and got a load ot fine melons. Walter Povies has returned to his home la Colorado. The famous Torbinsan re %r we! in Republic Truck*, |ieno : 9ulck Co. Sales Co. REMOVED to new location at - ' 11 Sherman East ! The Famous lillibridge Oil Vapor Burner is being.demonstrated here daily. You are invited to come in and see a practical demon* stration of the most reliable fuel for heating and cooking purposes. . NPtlce, . Phone 2020 night or day for KniSht Tires and Ure repairs during Fair week. Tire Hospital. 9 Sherman east 12-14-16-17-18 Useful all over the farm, international . Motor cnltimoffl. Pull row dl«k harrows, drills, / seeders, land packer, land rollers, pets-tooth harrows or ajny .field Work that tour horses would ijp.. See them today at the HMTesder Company's at »t» Fair The twentieth century way to harvest with a binder. Use an international Grain Schocker, Don't worrr about harvest hands. Working today at the Harvester Company's Bxhtblt at the Fair- M-M A Lalley purchaser Is given service. Reno-BuleU Co. ' 10-91. Children dry fOR FLETCHER'S CASTORl A

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