The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 19, 1918 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, September 19, 1918
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TtrttRSDAV, SEPfKMBkrt ID , isis. . , y_HE ja^jg ^ gj.K s,py„, K swa. Compare Qualify and Price of Ladies' Ready To Wear At Hutchinson's New Store. Unsurpassed Values In: SUITS COATS DRESSES SKIRTS WAISTS SWEATERS KIMONOS MILLINERY PETTICOATS "Quality Tells, Price Sells." 112 north Mali.' Mr. and Mrs..!). Birchfield and Mitts Ruth Birchfield arc here from Los Angeles, California visiting at the home of Uieir *8pn Mr. .7. F. Illrcli- fietU and Mra. Birchfield of Eleventh avenuo east. They expect to -SHend the winter here. 4> «. * . Mr. and Mra. H. S. Walker and \amlly of Plerceville who motored through-to Fort Riley for a brief vialt with the former's brother Lieut. Utiy Walker, caino yesterday for a tow days visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. A.. SValker. <$> <S> * Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stephenson of Lamed and Mr. Frank Stephenson of El Paso, Texas are hero for a few days visiting their father Mr. S. I', Stephenson of Avenue C east. Mr. and Mrs. O. Herman and Mr. and Mra, Milton Bltler of Sallna'nre tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank WnlUtrom. They are here attending the Fair. Mrs. Alton Gregory of Lamed, who haB been here visiting with hor sisters, Mrs. O. O. Line and Miss Iluth Wood, lias returned to her homo. <!> <3> <S> Miss Cora Blulnc' and Miss Llla Blaine of Wichita are hero attendlug the Fair and visiting their brother, Mr, F. L. Blulnc and Alrti. Blaine. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Moore, Miss Carpi Reynolds and Miss Esther McCandless of Perry, Okla., are guests of Mr. und Mrs. Geo. T. MoCandless. * <8> •» Mrs. L. O. Stilton and two children of Knslgn are tho guests of her brothel - Mr. A, B- Moonoy'nuui Mrs. Mooney of Second avenue west. 4- * •» Mrs. Fred Howard of St. John Is hero for a few days attending the Fair and-vlsltiug Miss Hallie Moon. <jv <3> Miss Sybil Blackburn of Eureka is the guost for a few days of Miss Hazel Sludcr and Miss-Hallie Waggoner. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Bennett of Manhattan, who have been hore visiting at the home of the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. tl. V. Moon have return, ed to their home. ' Mrs, J. W. Gash of Sterling (s here visiting with Mrs. E. A. Warner and attending the fair. , .i. . - . ; • Mrs.. J. AT. Ktnkel of Topeka Is here for a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. William P. Kinkel and Mr. Kinkel. Mrs. G. Yeager of Wichita, and Mrs, George Murpliy of Augusta arc here visiting Mrs. Edith Hartman. <5> * Mr. Ray Millard of Lamed was hero yesterday visiting with Dr. L. 0. Forney. Dancers. ' Class lessons in ballroom dances ev. ery Friday night, 7:30 to 3. Social dance from 9 to 12. Woodman Hall. Holaday's S piece orchestra. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1455. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. Children's Dances. Beginning September 7,' every Saturday afternoon will teach children's haUroom and fancy dances. Phone 1455. 7 -tt ANNA M C D ONNELL. Dancers Notice. Two big Fair week dances, Modern Woodmen hall, Sherman west, Wednesday and Saturday nights, beginning 9 p. m. Four piece orchestra. Door "right reserved. 17-2t Fresh Fish. Fresh fish, spring lamb, veal, spare ribs and aauor k>raut, all choico. cuts of roasts and steaks at I. SMITHS'S Grocery and Markot. Phone 1000, ID-It Largost truck factory in tho world, Why not best? Republic Trucks. Re- no-^ulck Co. 16-Ot. At I. Smith's Grocery and Market. Gelery. beets, carrots, radishes, mangoes, egg plant, beans, turnips, tomatoes, cabbage,-lettuce, sweet'Po­ tatoes and potatoes. Phone 1500.19-H Go to O'Donnol'a for stove pipe, el oows and coal hods. 19 at VISITORS are invited to inspect our Modern Fire arid Burglar Proof Safe Deposit Vault. Every customer has a private safe in this steel vault. Most Modern Vwlt in the State FIRST NATIONAL BANK • Hutchinson, Kansas L. J. PETT l*OHN HERE. Candidate fbr""Secretary of SUte Is Attending SUte Fair. 1* J. Pettljohn, republican candidate foi" secretary of state,' IS In Htil.chln- soh attending the State Fjilr. Ho says there will be a big crop of when, sown in Ford and Gray counties this fall, the recent fains making this possible. Pledged to Fraternities. The first pledges to the fraternities at Lawrence contained a number of names of Hutchinson young men. Nor- vllle Slfers, Lawrence bakes and Herman Fleming were pledged to the Sigma Ghl and Charles K. Hall to the Beta Theta Pi. You woudn't take twice whnt you give for a Lalley Light and Power plant. Ask Tom Majors, Hcno-Bulck Co. 1G-CL. Your troubles nre like your dreams, of no possible Interest to anyone but yourself.—Achlson Ukrtro. For heating stoves go to nel's. O'Don- Why are men conceited? They use electricity every day, hut don't know what It Is.—Atchison Globe. Anyone who talks too much is a drunkard. Kxcess In anything is drunkenness.—Atchison Globe. The Edison Tone Test Answers Your Question "What instrument shall I buy?" That's been your question And the Edison tone testhas answered it. The tone test has proven that an instrur- meiit has finally been perfected which re-creates the singer's voice so faithfully that the human ear cannot distinguish between the" rendition of the artist and that of .-f. r Jute Call at our store and lenrn what is meant by the phrase, Music Re-Crcation. THE ZINN JEWELRY AND OPTICAL CO. Henry Z\m\ John Birchfield Largest truck factory In tho world. Why not best? Republic Trucks. Tlc- Wo-Buick Co. 16-Bt. • Light Hurts Some People's « Eyes Quite often we tiro called on by rati-.! .In whOA* 1 pypsi are sensitive to Hftht. In many can- 1 * thlx Is the only variuiLjii from rmrrrmJ that can I K : detected. 1 '"V) r H u c h tKt 1 1 r, 11 1 <t w (• Bllppty .ft thU '-U |-M *i' that prffventfl ih.> hinm- ful rays of lltflit rtvin etttt-tiiig tho *\v<\ m il perfect comfort IA I- IG- ducetl. 6 Clarence G. Fearl, Optometrist • FEARL A 30N Jewelers nnd Optonictrlett Eslnbllsliwl 1895. <P 9 A Full Line of Hats and Caps Save Middle Man's Profit by Buying From 4 South Main Phone 1011 Serve No Bread or Rolls on your table that do not contain at least 20% other cereals than wheat flour. THINK IT OVER! MODERN BREAD Last .Showing TODAY CLARA WILLIAMS, In f "Carmen of the Klondyke" Coming; Tomorrow and Saturday LEWIS S. STONE and MARGUERITE CLAYTON In Earl Derr Diggers' Great Stage Success "Inside The Lines" Admission on "Inside The Lines" Adults 20c, CornerMtln and Stoond Str««U 3131313131313191313CTC3131 Fur Fabric Coats At the Fair Jfi Be sure to sco llic 31 government exhibit at *j5 the Stntc Fair, and espec- ffl ially that part of it shown S i» the cars. It is won- Uf. dcrfnlly inslrnctivc and }fi interesting, worth coni- 5i ing many miles to sec. 31 O UR/ assortment of fine Fur Fabric Coats i-hic this Season is much more extensive than gJ, usual. The styles from $59.00 to $198.00 are £ exclusive, with us, and cannot be had else- jg where in this city. Made of Blumenthal's, tf{ Salts' and Chase's famous fur fabrics, they jfi can hardly be told from the genuine furs, gj While expensive, they cost less than half S what the furs do they imitate. Let us show ffi them to you whether you wish to buy or not. Efj O. F. Sawyer Dry Goods Company, Corner North Main and Second Sts. S HATS \ CAPS it * No matter how nice the Suit—how neat, and stylish the shoes—how nicely dressed the person—unless the headwear is correct, the whole effect of a correctly dressed man is lost. Our new Fall Creations in Hats and Caps are in, and a niftier line we have never offered to the public. STAR - DENT - LONGLEY HATS in greens, browns, greys, blacks, velours and soft felts. New shades of every description. And in CAPS we have the best. The Prices HAT - - $2.50 to $5.00 CAPS - - $1,00 to $2.50 Let U8 "top you off" correctly wader Cloth mrs CORNER A AND MAIN PEARL TODAY William S. Hart "The Patriot" A tense, riveting, soul-' searing story of parental love and haired enacted on the Mexican Border. IN FIVE PARTS —— ALSO A Two Reel 1 ,-Ko "Fools and Fire" IRIS An seats r Always Jt TODAY Mary Churleson . ' IN "Satan's Private Poor" Five Reel Feature—Today Only. TOMORROW PEARL V/hUTE "At the Pistol's Point" 18iU episode of "Tho llouao of Hate." HAROLD LLOYD In IN "Sic 'Em, Towser" Comedy HEARST-PATHE NEWS Showing official war pictures. WuU-li for pictures of 'Yanks" you know. The IRIS opens at 10 a. w. every day this week. M AKK our booth hi the Liberal Arts Building your headquarters while on the Fair Grounds, and our. store your headquarters while down town. You Are Welcome VEATCH BROS. PIANO HOUSE Phone 52 Tllt ' iiom » ot H| s' 1 c ' lasa Pianos. 120 North Main DELUXE U T HEATRE « TODAY ASK YOUR JJEALER. "J5 SHOW YOU SOFTLY B$WIH*r WATSON'S HEW VM «WMP AMES«E OF«»CHEEK T,. TUB MILLION* OK "KHAKI IH FRANCE.. i >$m< stwn HIM A copy. Riverside Park TONIGHTs. Douglas Fairbanks, Mn" U "Doug"-takes to greasers like a duck to water. See hi in in I his latest picture. '•Pathe News" and Mutt and Jeff Comedy. Friday and Saturday Jack Pickford in "Milk mmUi KmMY' 1 Milton Schuster Mucical Comedy j Company Mostly Girls Dancing at Park Pavillion Don't miss a visit to Riverside Park if you want real entertainment,

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