The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 20, 1918 · Page 3
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September 20, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

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i Sales Co. REMOVED to new location at 11 Sherman East 1 The Famous Lillibridge Oil Vapor Burner is being demonstrated here daily. You are s invited to come in and see a practical demonstration of the most reliable fuel for heating and cooking purposes. ELECTRICITY finds many ways to brighten your house and lighten your work. Snap a switch and ^my room is flooded with dean, safe light. Put in Wesrern Electric Power and Light and have light for every room in your home; every stall and passage in the barn. It gives you power to run the many electrical household devices as well as the grindstone, separator, fanning mill, water system, etc See this Western Electric outfit in operation AT THE FAIR r Lift Off Corns! "Freezone" is Magic! Lift any Corn br Callus right off with fingers-—No pain! Drop a Mile Preewme on »n aching corn, Instantly that corn Rtopa hurting, then ynu lift It right out. It docsnS, hurt one bit. Yes, mnglal Why wait? Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of Freefone for a few cents, sufficient to rid your feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toeB, and callu *cB, without soreness or irrilatiou. l'ry it I Nb humbug I RAISE PIGS FOR THE WAR Capper Pig and Poultry Club Held Animal Banquet Here Last Night. * Pep, Pep. Pe-p have we, Stafford Poultfy Ol-rln you sue. The KalHer Hill we're boutvl to Unit, for we aru helping with rruuiy a chicle." To just pop find peppery yells and Safe Milk For infants IfeCMkiBf A Nutritious Diet for All Ages. Quick Lunch; Home or Office, OTHERS .re IMITATIONS to the tune of enthusiasm and patriotism Hi" Capper" Pig and Poultry Clubs, which have been holding their session fills week at the Pair, Hold their ban- aunt last ulght in the basement of the First Methodist church, with about a hundred young farmers ami their dads and mothers present. It appears even to an outsider that the Kansas kids, enrolled in the club havo been made to realize that by raising plg3 and 1 poultry they will be doing something which will aid in winning the war and as the keynote of the work, explained by Miss Unrlha CI. Schmidt, leader of the Girls Poultry club, the worlc gives, pleasure, profit, patriotism and makes for proficiency. She told, that 17,777 chickens had been ralsod this year by the Kansas girls in the club. John F. Case, state'leader of the clubs presided as toastmaster and he told or the club work with Karl Whitman, assistant, supplementing many details. A half million pounds of pork was produced last year by the boys in the club work and the plan is for a million pounds this year, while the value in money last year exceeded $40,000. The club service flag was displayed, four dtara being shown, representing the members in the service, and at tlie close of the reports given by the nu?mb6rs Dr. W. G. Leminon, pastor of the First 'Methodist church gave a talk to the boys and girls. The club "dads" were represented by Frank B. Miller of Lnngdon who spoke in a very interesting manner and the "mothers' 1 were represented by 'Mrs. F. B. Siade and Mrs. Henry Landreth both of Stafford county. Stafford's Poultry Club was represented by the entire membership, liHttled by Miss Nnoml ^foorc, and (he- members are Freda Slade and Mum a Guthrie of Stafford and Kthcl Slykes of Turon. Miss Moore gave a good talk reporting her work. The reports given by the boys were highly entertaining and would have been well north anyone's lime to have heard. The patriotic Idea seemed to predominate In their idea of raisins hogs, but they also showed a deep Interest In the game of baseball and green apple fights, which they say are n part of the regular programs or the club meetings. The following boys gave reports; LnVIn Swenton of nice, Alfred Loveless of Ness, Ijiwrenco Dalley of Kdwards, Allen ('row of Harper, Vein I.amlrofh of Stafford, Edward Slade or Stafford. Harry Cunningham of Cowley, Harry Howell of Heno, Ted Folk- era of Kingman, Don lloleomb of Me- pliert'nn, Waldo Ullgus of Sumner and Earl Armstrong of Pratt. The talk by Alfred Loveless of Ness was very entertaining and he said. In part, "It's not very thickly settled out our way, but what we have is good. The trouble with pur iiioetings is that we call them in the morning and the boys don't got there till afternoon." Deep disappointment was shown by the kids when it was announced (hat Governor Capper, who has come to Hutchinson to attend the Fair and to speak at (he Club banquet bad- been railed back to Topeka last, night, and had lert on a late afternoon train. Furniture Hospital. 400 North Main. Telephone 16!). 11 -tt, The International Harvester Company Builders of Mogul and Titan Traclors. Seventy-five years knowing how to build farm machines. Twelve years experience building tractors. An absolute guarantee of a satisfactory tractor. See them today at the Harvester Company's exhibit at the Fair. 14-Ct The famous Torblnson rear axel In Kepublic Trucks. Rono-Bulck Co. 16-Ot. IMARIEY 2Vi IN. DEVON 2H. IN. ARROW COLLARS CLUETT. PE*BOOV & CO.. INC. MAKERS Men Who Understand the Wool Situation- are buying all their clothing needs for winter Right Now. There is a good reason why You should do it—if you are not posted—come in here immediately and we will gladly explain to you and at the same time show you some elegant clothes values. -Qnality First" Hanan Shoes Stetson Hats Borsalino Hats lit ituswerinc advertisements pleafie mention The Now* It Will Run-75 Lights Without Aid From Battery. Run on Kerosene. jGiyc the Batteriei a ix TAPERING CHARGE. Shuts itself off wlien batterv is full. Run other machinery, eu- cine only directly off pulley up lo.i II. 1'. Start by pressing button. Generate 1500 Watts. It Has Vacuum Fuel Feed', Tank in Base, Dual Control, Splash Feed O iA i n K- Automatic Change from Gasoline to Kerosene. DWIGHTCHAPINJr.CO., LYONS, KAN. - II you Want to get the Want you Warn You Want rx> Advertise your Wants In the Want Column* of The News. Immense Values and Variety At xf $&#>^l Hutchinson Family Shoe Store • E QC Buys tills style in man's tan Russian $Ui33 Calf. Cfl .'l''or slune stylo in dark tan cordovan, AAA •pSitJU to D, (i to 11. WE ARE AGENTS FOR NETTLEJON SHOE Mail Orders Promptly Filled $3.95 For child's best grade in patents, gun or viol kid. Or same style in patent, vamps with white tops. In A to K. lt% to 2. 90 AC for same style, in 0 to It. Qfl OR DUVS Ibis pattern <j >Uitlu black kid or in grays, or browns with cloth top to match. Also in white kid tops with bla~k kid vamp. Worth $10.00 per pair. this all VC QC Iluys ibis military tan, «j>Ui Jj Russia calf boot in all leather, also iu tsrey. kid vamp with corkscrew cloth tops. (A QC Buys the black. In <|l^i«J calf or kid vamp. With Us It's Classy Shoes Without Extravagance PETEY DINK j^T If There'd Been a Louder One Petey Would Have Taken H By C. A. VOIGHT

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