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PA (IE EIGHT. •PttE fitTTCttttfSOtf NEWS, JQUESTIONNAIRES MAILED OUT Go to First Ten Per Cent of Men Between Ages of 18 and 37 Years Who Registered September 12th 41; Hiil !/'ivls SiKinslcr, Jl. 1. f 47 - I.ouis Klrb.v ConiBlock, }l. 5. Hay M. Hixon, It. 1. 4<.< -t'lnjton 1 Ir-nry Mfskor, It. 5. r.n—l'riink (PIluT l'lilpppn, n. 1. M- Josi'ph NVlFiin, II. 6. , fi2 -Arzn lldltiin lOlsiminpiT, R. 1. r,:!—.1rfidt' Lewis Kevins, II. C. M — BviTi II W. Weekley, It. l">. Ii."i—Artlllir Lee fiipelulld, II. C. r.ii-U'f I-'. Hull. H. H. r>7—Juy Hoy I'erry. It. 0. Ara llui'liiiiiiin InKi'iim. K. 0. :.!>—Harry Eihvnril Stuart, 11. 1. (!'>—Carl Hmlnlpli Melr, It. 1. (H —William Cunii'llus Cule, 11. 5, OJ — Krnrsl Guy Chnppil, It. fi. l".u --'i riiey lliirr KisiminpT, 11. 1. fi-l -Julius Waller Overdorf, R. 5. i:7i—Oscar Aflutpliiis nostrum, II. 1. ('ill - WVIeoine Kilwln (Jluss, It. fi. f," -.Inlin Roy Adams. It. .">. Gs •-Robert Cle>nflre Morse, R. I'.'.i--Klmr-r Clarenee Dtui^lus, It. 0. 7ii—John Prestun Uolliiu;er, R. 1. 71 -Ivan Ur.iy. It. II. 7'-'—.Inlin Tripp I'uwill, It. 0. 7:!- -Carl AIIIMIM t>)vr«. 11. 1. 7'l • Lee Kmeivou IMlillips. It. 1. 7"' — Raymond Wrrohi Myers, It. r>. 7H-Ilnraee Andrew I'erry. It. ti. 77—.lames Andrew riilllipn, It. II. 7X—Albert Hie U, It. il. '•!P — t'lirlstlan ]). llcirnli ryer, It. 0. Hi —David S. Srhroi-k, It. •<. M- 1'aul Uesl, It. C. b- —Merle Kloy,! Sandy, 11. a. Haven Registrants PS—Clinlou Itooili Ambler, II. 2. 9!l—Irvin Clifford Altenreatl, 11. 3. luu- Kdward Herman Nieldaus, R. 1. Ilil-flail Lverett Van Ordstrand. llenrv August llauman. 3<K! — Willie John IHerks, It. 3. Ml— Avi'leiic Harding Calhoon. KC, — HuKene Stewart Calllas, R. 1, KM ; Krvin Herman Arthur Bauman. •J07 - Curl Fred .Meier. H>S - Frederick JJrnjumin Weslfall, Route Kin—Henry Clay Smith, Jr. 1 Hi- .hunes Milton Hell. 1 1 1—Charles Karl Jones. 111! - Jess How Van Huron, It. 3. 113—Ennst Hentler Worthington, Route L 111-llenrv John Oldenettel, R. 2. Il.V-Albert Hacker, 11. 1. III!— JaJiieK Waller Connelly, R. 3. 1 1 7— 1 -ydwart! I'.i'jijatnin Smith. IIS- Ralph Cussle 1 Icmetnvay. I lit—Waller Henry Suhliekan, R. 3. 120—-lioiiKlas Guy Van 'lluren, It. 3: 121 —Waller C. Steelier. 122 —Itudoliili Henry Stade, R. 1. 123 - Itoscoe Stanpberry liarb. 121 - Albert Rudolph Sehoepr, R. 3. 12a -llenrv John Koch. 12t; —John Kilward Robinson, R. 3. 127- —Fred Henry Koch. 12S—Urundville Lanning, R. 1, Bloom. U".t —Walter Judson House. 13u—Leonard Chester Riinbey, R. 1. 13]—Gabriel Franklin Raymond,R. 1. 132—Harvey J. Miller, 11. 2. 133—John Leonard Sell'ridge. '13-t-r.lacob H. Suit/man. 3 35—Walter Priest, R. 1. 13tl George Wllliatu Head, R. 3. 137—Harry Sullivan, It. 1. 138—William Grant All nun, R. 1. 13!'—John Herman Kranz, R 3. 140 Charles Augusta Smith, R. 1. Ml—-Charles Minor F'reutz, R, 1. 142— Oliver I'erry fiilmore. 143—Samuel Kraukliii ilc Klnley. 144—Albert Christian Frederick Conn, R. 1. 14 &John Franklin Astir. 14G- John Alexander lligginson, R.3. 147—Christian William Hauser, R. 3. MS—Lewis llurrett Blachly. 149—John Jacob Schoonover, R. 2S2—Arthur Marlon Cliuc, 4M Rig- gor east. L'Sil—Arthur Chester .>yers, 711 C east. 284—Alvlc Ucufred Steller, 540 B east. 2 N .'I—Charles Otis Garrison, 430 C east. 2MB---John L, Weaver, 220 Osborne east. 2<7 -Clyde Harland T-ong, 324 1'ft'rk. 2>'S - Joseph Tubn, 31.5 CI cast. 2ND —Alike Valg. 24 Carpenter east. 2!>0 -Henry Louis Korkiseck, GOO E cast. M1--Card C. Itndcrhill, Albert. 2'.'2— 1^'Hoy Richard Bolen, 7+0 F east. 2!i.'t—Cliurlle Korrlek, a27 D east. 21'4-Uavid Baxter, 1210 U cast, 21'.'.—Fred H. Glsh, 529 B east. 2i'0--Hayue Allen Dermid, Z1G So. Pershing. 297- -John Edward Gamble, 200 Soul It Cleveland. 2US—Emanuel Rentier, 401 Walker, 2 'i 'J -Cri'g G. Illler, 1109 N. Ayers. 3011—Ira Fruvol, 425 l-\ cast. 301 - Edd Clemous, 227 I). oast. 302—Novella Hidalgo Miller, 403 K E. 303- -Martin Albert Bennett, 530 C E. 304-Ira Baskctt, 420 C. cast. 300—John Andrew Coots, 400 F, cast. 307—Ruby Rogers, 525 C. oust. 308—Walter Kerrick, 203 S. Reformatory. 308—Robert John Follick, 316 Bigger east. 310—Sylvester Roes Molyneux, 1201 B cast. 311—George Thompson, 1401 S. Plum. 312 —John Wesley Harris, 503 Park east. Sylvia. 477—George Everett Abbot, R. 3. 478—Clarence Joseph Ramey. 479—Hurley Wulford Kelley. 501—Simeon A. Cublentz, Yoder. Haven. 602—Daniel Borntrager, 11. 3. 503—William A. Bomruger, 11. 2. 504—Robert Clarence Lyman, R. 1, IJarlow. 505- William Joseph Yoder, K. 6, Hutchinson. 500—Abrabaru F. Miller, R. 2, Haven. 507—Amos Joseph Fry, Rt. 2, Hav- Infant n, Mexican 150—David Franklin Raymond, R 1. 151—Henry Chris Collinun, It. 3. 152—Walter Willis Alspaugh, R. 2. 153— Clarence Wilbur Slagg. 154—Elliolt Raymond Hazlett, II. 1. 155—Clarence Jesse Hickllng, Alt. Hope. 150—Willis Hopkins Laughllu, R. o From Hutchinson. 240 -Cecil Arneit, 421 Osborne f 247— Allle Cecil Allen, 42il Bigger E. 248-Orville Etiimett Strickland, 211 B east. 2i!>—Lloyd Fulton, 215 F cast. EDO—Charles Floj d Townseut, 400 C oast. 251—Wade Henry Jones, C23 E ea.st 252—Buford Clarence Jobusou, 1401 S. Plum. 253 —Wux D. Cook, 125 Bigger IS, 254—James Franklin Chappell, 407 Park St. 255--Harvey Ray Harmon, 407 Park. 250—Thomas BarlleU Yoss, Gen. Delivery. 257—Oreii Vance Anderson. 427 E eust. 258-Paul Rutherford Young, 501 Carpenter east, 250 —William Dorn-y Smiley, 520 C east. 200—William Ruy Kenoyc-r, 54S F eaBt. 2CI-Luble Jlahlon Fisher, 1107 4tU CltPt 202—Charles Addison Atkley, 713 F east, 203—Don David Fross, 315 O east. 204—Antonio Gonzalez, Gen. Del. 205—Albert Swaflord, 403 Park St. 206—Arthur Thurnpsou Stelter, 013 D east. 207—Roy Rial Shannon, 423 C east. 208—Leroy Hammond, 427 C east. 200—William Franklin gentry, 227 I) east. 270—Benjamin Clair Yound. 501 Carpenter east. 271—Ernest W. Parley, 310 Digger east. 272—George Barney Alorris, 528 E east. 27'i—Harry Evcrl Riegs, 050 F cast. 274—Aresres Klmer Miller, 426 Campbell east. 275—Tommy Jeff Stewart, 715 G cast. ' j 270—Guv Fondaw, 614 C east. 377—Hoy Cornelius Post., 403 Bigger east. 278 Roger Jlcntley JIuso, 535 C east. 27»--ciMrlrs Albert Stelobeek, 211 6, Cleveland. USD—Orel D. Harmony, 423 E east. $81— Cromwell Oliver, 717 O ea»t. 508500- •Noah S. Chupp, R. ti. City. •Uuniel J. Headings, R. 2, 1-lav- 510—Jacob S. Schrock, R. 6, Hutchinson. 611—Claudo Jacob Flnfrock, R. 1. Darlow. Haven. 612—Jacob F. Yod&r, R. 1. Hutchinson. 513—George Wilfred Cook, R. 6, city. Haven. 614- Emos ,M. Yoder, R. 2. 515—Christ A. Miller. R. 0, city. 510—Andy MoBes Miller, R, 2, 617—Harry D. Bonfrager, R. 3. 518—Samuel If. Miller, R. 0, city. 510—Walter Duncan, 11. 6, city. Burrton Men. 565—George Dewey Gordon, R. 4. 5GG—John A. Base, R. 1. 5C7—George Washington Darst, R. 1. 60S—Harold Miller DuiisworUi, It. 1. 569—Frank S. Vanslckle, R. 4. 570—William Doreii Butler, R. 4. 671—Glenn Iinel, R. 4. 572—Archie Deland McElvaiu, R. 1. 573—Otto Johnson Teten, 11. 4. 574—Clyde Thomas Stanley, R. 4. 575—Howard Joseph Hill, R. 4. 570—John Dennis Sahin, R. 4. 577—Claude Dewey Wagoner, R. 4. 578—Bennelt William Klneaid, R. 4. 579—Alexander Martin Pitt, It. 1. DS0—Lewis Walter Iinhoff, It, 2, Hutchinson. 581—Clifford Spencer Graham, R 1. 582—Wilbur Hamilton Skelton, R. 4. , 583—Oscar M. Jewell, 11. 4, 58-1—Waller Hubert Baker, II. 1. 585—Charles Gibson, R. 2, Hutchinson. 580—Jess Seedle, R. 4. 587—Clyde Edward Gresham, 11. 4. 588—Henry Hiumon Luinun, R. 4. 589—Eugene T. Miller, R. 4. 5110—Sherman Gideon Miller, R. 4. 591—Clyde Clinton Matlaek, R. 4. 5112—William Harrison Gibson, It. 4 503—Carroll Lafayette Hamlin, 11.4. 591—John Dennis Alyers, R. 4. 5!i5—Ernest Roy Dowuie, 11. 4. 690—Charles Wm. Troutman, It. 1. Haven. 597—Guy Middletou Holey, R. 1. Burrton. 098—Edward Bruco HoBkJnBon. 699—Guy Trout Mullack, It. 4. Hutchinson. 049—James Nathaniel Taylor, It. 3. Paragould, Ark. 650—James Thomas Vaughn, 209 W. Poplar. Hutchinson. 651— John Smith, R. 3. 052—James William Jones, It, 3 Hutchinson. 654—Charles Thayer. II. 1. C55— Lewis Paul Mafzlnger, R. 1. 656—Jenild Qulncy Ayers, R. 3. 657—Roland Thompson, R, 1, 668—Alleo M. Bucher, R, 1. 659—John Gragg, II. 3. 050—Fred Lincoln Mills. R. 3. 061— Kmmett SmitJb, It. 3. 082—Roy Bartlett Shuler, First west. 083-^Ray Howard Sovereign, Second west. 084—Charles Wilson, 410 First weBt. RS6—Hklward Harold IJundy, 605 Sri end west. 687—Oliver Dolwalu Hudson, 11. 2. '• DC Ebo Plerxon, 410 810 203 CSS— Gilbert Twelfth west BJB9—l.ylo N. Drcibilbls, 306 second west. (isn— James V.'ilher Spear, 542 Second ea.st. 690--Roy Albert White, 26-2nd west, city. 681—Frank F. Patterson, 734 5th, east. C92—Verting Dorr Welker, 800 W. 2nd. 003—Samuel Wallace Patterson, Baldwin Hotel. 694—Harold Pewey WHsoa, B \V. Jet, 695—James Elmer Brown, 16-lst. W. 696— Thomas Camp. 697—William Wilson ClcinmenU, 1201st east. 698—John Smith, Baldwin Hotel, 699--William Henry Wagner, New Slate Hotel. 700 -Amadon Camilla, S. F. Mox. Camp. 701—Pedro Garcia, S. F. Mex. Camp. 702—Feliciano Chaves, S. F. Mex. Camp. 703—Novento Gerevantes, S. V. Mex. Camp. 704—Andrns CoiTanles, Gen. Del. "05—William Lenlz, 306 W. 2nd. 706—Walter Reagh McKean, 614 N. Alain. 707—Junes Wallace Winkler, Baldwin Hotel. 70S —Jesse Parker, 018 N. Ford. 709--Francisco Cervantes, Gen. Delivery. 710—Antonio Marquedo, S. F. Alex. Cntnp. 711—William Thomas Drurjr, Alid- land Hotel. 712—George Robinson, 332-2nd W. 713—James Addison, 109-lst W, 714-^Charlie Shultz, 328-Ist. W. 715—Tom Donatio, 314-2nd. W. 716—Frank Carrol Jackson, 127-2nd W. 717—f'harles Elmer Toole, 302-7th. E. 718—Bert Franklin Dixon, 223-5th. W. 719—Terry L. Foltz, 126 N. Alain. _^ 720—Frank Oakley, 209'i S. Main. 721— Jesse Stenge, 309'i 2nd W. 722—Richard Chavez, S. F. McX. Camp. 723—Luther Hcton Jones, 412 N. Wash. 721—Vern Sebree, 300 X. Alain. 725—Charlie Benjamin Lewis, 126 Second west. 720—John Lester King, Alidland Hotel. 727—Raum Doyd Brooks, 110 Twelfth east. 72S—Leo Leslie Starks, 71S First east. 729—Edgar Elmer Chancy, 114 N Monroe. 730—Ira Martin Rucker, 105 Fourth east. 731—Frank Grant Wilder, 306 Sec ond west, 732—Noel U'ireau, 330 Second west. 733—William Beunard Cain, 429 Seventh east. 731—Robert Pearl Flaugher, Gen. Del. 735—Fidencio Candillo, S. F. Alex, Camp. 730—Anastaeio Alartlncz, Gen. IK-I 737—Enibogio Hernandz, S. F. Mex, Camp. 738—Charles Elmer Hinkle, Chalmers Hotel. 739—James A. Garfield Nicholson 123 A west. 740—Aaron Coleman, 201 Second west. 741—Praslo Arias, S. F. Alex. Camp. 742—Joseph Zacharis Frindt, 100 First cast. 743—Wylie Aladlson Chapman Lar- Wn Hotel. 744—Allen leroy ljun, 310 Second west, 745—John Hunter AlcCarroll, 420 First west. 746—George Charles Pells, 2S01 N Alain. , 747—Benonl XI. Clack, 318 Second west, 748—Charles Willard Fasnacht, US First east. 749—Richard Sylvester Afurray, 127 Second west. 750—Crus Palaclo, S. F. Mex. Camp. 751—Faustino Garcia, Gen. Del. 752—Pasquel Alcala, S, F. Alex. Camp.' ' 753—Clemente Servantes, Gen. Del. 754—Frank Alorris FinUelstein, 101 ThirteenUi west. 755—Ben Greenberg, 402 Second cast. I 879—Joseph Henry Curry, 100 Fourth east. SS0—Thomas Augustus Burnett, 319 Eighth east. 881—Harry Oliver Broughton, 100 Fourth east. 882—William Wesley Rltchey, 213 First east. 883 east. SSI—William Percy Ragland, 23 Tenth east. 8S5—Ora Coleman Sanies, '400, 7th east. S86—Archie Thornton XlcWctney, 323. 8lh east. 887—Harry Ray Sick, SOS, 0th west. SSS—Lyte Sherman Hilyard, 426, 3rd east. -Carl Francis Little, 15 Ninth 889—Harry Pete Rasmussen, io, 7th easL 8110—lUdward Clayton Peckering, 315 4lb eaBt. 891—Tom AlcCtan, 417, 7th east. 892—Lindsay Kelley Adams, 118 N. Elm. 893—Archie Woodward Cole, 317 9th east. 894—Levi C. Field, 420, 5th east, 895—Leo Glenn Wyler, 012 7lh east. .890—Thomas Earl White, 210, 7th east. 897--Floytl Severence Ballard, 129 5th east. 898—John Peter Hartcr, 109 10th east. 80S—Carl Gustav Rumpel. 24, OUi bast. 900—Charles McMillan, 312 7U) east. 901-Jatnes Duther Ray!, 124, 9th east. 902—John Munro, Gen. Del. 903—Daniel Michael Prderson, 200 4 lb east. 904—Commodore Akon Reed, 410 8th east, 905—Owen Ray Bagby, 120, 4th east. 900—Clifford Edward Ohapmaii, 416 11th east. 907—Floyd Cleveland Carey, 325 Oth oust. 90S~6idney Maraden Johnson, 127 Oth east. 909—Chesley Cleveland Jones, ,700 N. Main. 910—"RoBcoe C. Russell, 609 N. Walnut. Ull—Clarkson Barnes Hereford, 118 Olh eust. 912—John Thomas Coulon, 486 7th cast. 813—Jtoderick Harvey Stoimajit, 106 7th east. • 914—William DeWitt Coleman, R.4. city. 916—Ivan Winslow Jones, 311, *XJi oast. 910—diaries Collins. 323 Oth east. 917— Harry ilamillpu Stephens, WO j3rd east. 918— James l'< itirlce Joy, 612 N, Monroe. 919—Chauncey Harry Scott, 115 9th east. 920—Howard Aldrldge Waller, 514 N. Main. 921—Guy Alvtn, Crotts, 329 Sixth east. 922—Edgar Frank Heath, 815 X. Alaple. / 923— Deldoyd Earnest Allsner, 410 Sixth East. D24—Albert Carroll Friend, 411 Twelfth West. 925—Homer Ilobson Hooper, 401 N. Elm. 926—Ivuli Hamilton Frazler, 511 N. Maple. 927—Orvllle Ransonte Rowse, 123 Ninth east. 928—William Thomas Grimes, 210 Fifth west, 929—Byron Chester Swain, 415 Fifth east. 930—Clarence llershell Haines, 325 Seventh east. 931—Earl Stanley Cnrdwell, 815 N, Alaplc. 932—Edward Graham Roach, 512 N. Main. 933—iNorman l«rell Neighbor, 200 Ninth east, 934—Cnrl Harold Threlkcld, 321 Twolfth west. .SI36—.Ray Bradley, 324 Vi N. Alain. 946—Frank Warren Alonzingo, 322 tsevcnlh east, 946—Henry Tumis Taylor, 112 Fourth east. 947—Fay Cecil Wilson, 603 N, Plum. !>50— William Aiason Ulalr, 401 Sev- euth east. 951—John Dewey Aluns, 626 Eighth east. 964—Joseph Paul, 24 Fourth easL 905—WHIaiu Thomas Rodgers, 28 Sixth east. 1006—William Thomas Rodgers, Rt. 1, Penalosa. 1007—«obert Ray Travis, lit. 1, care Leslie Plush, Kingman. 1O0S Fred Anderson Barger, Rt. 2 Arlington. 1009—Howard Leslie Potter, Rt. 1, Kingman. 1010—Dewey Cole, Rt. 2, Arlington. 1011—John Eli Ozbun, 1U. 2, Arlington. "" 1012—Clarence Eiirl Hatzel, RL 1, Penalosa. 1013—Samuel Asa Cole, Rt. 2, Arlington. 1014—Tanda William Baker, Rt. 1, Kingman. 1010—Daniel Hunter Thomas, lit. 2. Arlington. 1010—Leslie Plush, 1U. 1, Kingman. 1017—George Alelvin Moore, lit, 1, Kingman. ibis—Austin Dezter Brooks, lit. 2, Arlington. 1019—Robert Clark Kalman, Rt. 2, Arlington. 1020—Henry Jacob Sickman, Rt. 2, Arlington. 1021—Willie Elmer Huff, Rt. 4, Kingm.an. 1027—Willie Elmer Huff, Rt. 4. Kingman. 1022—Carl K. .Meyers, Rt. 2, Arlington. 1049—Sam William Ravens, Rt. 4, Kingman. 1U50—Adolph E. Stuckey, Rt. 3, Pretty Prairie. 1051-s-John Thomas Sautee, Rt. 3, Pretty Prairie. 1052—Delmar E. Bay, Rt. 4, Kingman. " .'-, ' 1053—Gerbaj-d.'Gustave Goerlng, Rt 3, Pretty Prairie. 1054—Benjamin Schwartz, Rt. 3, Pretty Prairie. 1055—Julius Kerntopf, Rt. 3, Pretty Prairie. 1056—Clarence Amos Field, Rt. 3, Pretty Prairie. 1057—Pearl Farrar Hill, Rt. 3, Pretty Pnlirie. 1058—Harley Alphus Barton, Rt. 3, Pretty Prairie. 1059—Ora Van Vleet, Rt. 3, Pretty Prairie. 1000—William Ray Brownlee, lit. 3, Pretty Prairie. 1061—George Carl Mitzner, Rt. 4, Kingman. 1062—Lawrence H. Logsdon, Rt. 4, Kingman. 1003—Ed Valentine Smith, Rt. 4, Kingman. 1061—William B. Nelson, Rt. 2, Pretty Prairie. 1005—Bel. Roy Roberts, Rt. 3, Pretty Prairie. 1006—Roy Clark, Rt. 4, Kingman. 1085—Earl George Car), Rt. 2, Plevna. u 1086—Louis Roscoe Mangels, Rt. 1, Plevna. v 1087—Nathan Jacob Rich, lit. 2, Plevna. 1088—Rapph Irvin Salmon, RL 1, Plevna. 1089—Albert Ernest Nusser, Rt. 1, Plevna. ~ 1090—AVllliam Henry Stucky, Rt. 2, Plevna, 1091—Caryon Jake Ehnen, Rt. 1, Plevna. 1092—Frederick Albert Schoor, Rt. 1, Plevna. ' 1093—Everett Lee Ondsager, Rt. 1, Plevna. 1094—William Fay Davidson, Rt. 1, Plevna. 1095— Clyde Mlrl Shujier, Rt. I, Plevna. 1096-John Kasp 'er Nusser, Rt. 3, Plevna. 1097—John Albert Beck, Rt. 2, Plevna. 1098—Clarence Balrd Mangels, RL 1, Plevna. 1099—l*wis Alfred McCoy, Rt. 1, Racine Newton Co., Mo. 1100—James Alartin Abel, Gen. Del City. 1101—Edward Jonas Ayer, Rt. 1, Ah- byville. 1102—Alexander Holden, Plevna. 1103—Frank Dalney Roach, Rt. 1, Plevna, 1104—George Weaver James, Rt. 1, Plevna. 1)05—John Surman Dennis, Rt. 2, Plevna. 1106—Orva Boes, Rt, 1, Plevna. 1107—Byron Elbert Hunt, Ht. 1, Plevna. 1108—William I.ouJa Spanlol, Rt. 1, Plevna. U89—Clarence Luther Hobbs, Rt. 1, Nlckerson. 1140—Otis Dewey "Hedgecock, Rt. 1, Nlckerson. 1141—Lewis William Campbell, Rt. 3, Hutchinson. 1142—Ray Wilson Davisson, Ht. 1. Nlckerson. 1143—Charles Frederick Harrod. Rt. 1. Nlckerson. ' 1144— Alva Anthony Harden, Rt. 1, Nlckerson. 1145—William Archie Bbeeler, Rt. 3, Hytchlnson. 1146— Phillip Cleveland "White, Rt 3, City. 1147— Bert Warren Vincent, Rt. 2 Sterling, 1148—Samuel Luther Wilfong, Ocn, Del., Nlckerson,. 114!)—Oi-over Cleveland Sours, Rt I, Nlckerson. •1150—Lloyd Alexander Bwihg, Rt, 3, City. 1151—William Hedges, RL 3. City. 1152—Ernest Joel wtlzer, Rt. 2, Sterling. 11.53—James Raymond olmBlcad Rt. 1, Nlckerson. 1154—Ira Samuel Hamilton, Nlck­ erson. 1155—Winifred Abraham Rumble, Nlckerson. 116G—William David King, Rt. 1, NrkeTBon. 1167—Virvll Vinson Gray, Rt, 3, City. 1158—Francis Martin Unrtth, Rt. 1, Nlckerson. 1159—Myron Earl Coykendull, Rt. 1, Nlckerson. 1160—Frank Harland Coberly, Rt. 1 Nlckerson, v 1161—Frank Allen Brown, Rt. 3, City. 1162—William Henry Kollhoff, Rt. 8 City. 1103—Joseph Henry' Riley, Rt. 1, Nlckerson, 1164—George William Lancaster, Nlckerson. 1.163—Fred Cnrl Asehman, Nlcker­ son. 1160—Charles Frederick King, Rt. 1, Nlckerson. 1167—Ralph Hugh Million, Nickerson. 1168—John Abraham Padgett, lit. 1, Nlckerson. 1169—Cecil Bowers, Nlckerson. 1170—Elmer Richard Dukelow, Rt. 3, City. » 1203--Albert Daniel Schwelger, Rt. 5, Sterling. 1204—Ruben P. Schmuckcr, Ht. 2, Plevna. 1205—Clyde Emerson Murphy, Rt. 3, Sterling. 1206—James Ervin Lavielle, Rt. 5, Sterling. 1207—Taylor James Elliott, Sterling. 120S—Eston Herbert Leslie, Rt. 3, Sterling. 1209—Clifford Elden Somers, lit. 3, Sterling. 1210—Johnny William Belden, Rt. 3, Sterling. 1211—Gottfried Ralph Kleck, Rt. 5, Sterling. '' 1212—John Gundlth, Rt. 3, Sterling. 1213—Marcel Ivory Lavielle, Rt. 5, Sterling. 1314—Roy ilford Haston, Rt. 3. Sterling. 1215—Harry Edwin Rudolph, Rt. 4, AnadarkO, Okla. 1216—Evert William Zimmerman, III. S, Sterling. 1217—Waller Edward Pope, Rt, 5, Sterling. A COMMON SIGHT IN FRANCE TfflESK BA"Y8{x ' GERMAN SOLDIER SURRENDERING TO ALLIES N Hun giving himself up to British soldier. ~"* s German soldiers are sick of the war. This is being proved often these days—ever sinco the allies' preat offensive began. The Huns seek hiding! places in buildings and shell holes when their companions nro retreatuigj nnd wait for the allied soldiers to discover them. The Hun in the picture, is the first one of four Gorman soldiers to come plling.out of a cellar when; Ihey we,re surejhe British had driven the Hun forces out of a village^.. ' ITS NOT YOUR HEART; IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS On voile, lawb or organdy, cutout eyelet work is very good. A beautiful cape is of cerise wool jersey lined with gr*vy silk. SUtehir-g of silk or wool make3 a very attractive trimming. The newest veils are chiffon or chantilly lace. of tulle, Kdn*y disease- is no rcB»j)fcU*r of JHT- ^OTIS. It uttiu*1w nil <.liisse*\ i<»t;uidk'BK i»f UKi'. tir rondiiionp. A majority vf U\v. ills affllutHlg people today can IK- irucfil bark to tlip kidney trouhlc. Th« khJix-ys UTL * the moat tmportant »>r- griins of tl}*? body. Thpy Hr«; the flltrrerfl. liio puriritrs, ot j-otir blouO . if Uie pn^- i»«ns wliiL'lt art* swept from-Uio tfnaues by the blood are not rlimirutted throiujh the Wdnt'ys. diseas<* or one form or another •will claim you UH H victim, KUlupy dlseufit* in usutvlty indicate*! by wenrlnesB, ,««lecplfi«Bness, nervoiwiieKs ,dr- Bpondetifv, ImckaciiP. etomorh IJOUIJIP. difficulty with urlnaliUK. pain in loins and lower abdomen, tall Btonra, ffrnv(.i, rheumatism .iirinf-ica and lumbago. AM thpye derangements iti l e nature's Plcr.nls to warn you that the kidneys need' Help. Ton Khoold n»e OOUT> Haarlem nil t''ai«5uh*« Ininiwliately . Tito sufthliie, htuiiirur oil ft»mulatto the kid- ueyn, icilevvH Inilainmathm nnd ilesxrojs the perms wheh have eauaiM it. Do Tiot wait until tnmorrow. Go to your dniR- jtri«l today ami liwist on his -tur-pli'inR you with a box of OOJ.D MKDA1. JlnarJinn Oil (Jai»PuUv« , In twenty-four hours y^u should feel health ^nd vi*ror mtunilni? and will bless iho dav you nrbt heard of OUi.1) MKfMi. Houtrleni OH. After you feel that you have cured yoursolf. continue to UUse one or I wo capHulw pacli day .so as to keep In first- clans cmiiUtion and ward off the danger of other attacks. Ask for thf original Imported OOl .r» MKI^Al* brand . Three s\zos. Money refunded if they do not help you. In anflwerlmz advertlfiemenU P !na8n mention The New*. Get In On the Ground Floor Every one is watching with interest the oil and gas development in Chautauqua county, Kansas. The R. & H. Oil & Gas Company has 1000 acres in Chautauqua surrounded by production. Some of the largest gasers in the state have just been brought in to the north and south of our holdings. We Commence Drilling at Once Our Number 1 well is being spudded in today. If you have been watching "developments in this territory you cannot help but believe R. & H. stock the best buy. But you must act at once. Increased development means an increase in price of stock or its removal from the market- Don't wait. See us at once. Write, wire or phone. THE R.& H. OIL & GAS COMPANY 405 First National Bank Building, Hutchinson, Kan, it

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