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September 24, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 7

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TOBKbAY, Wm*WBBB 84,1016, PAm SEVEN. "The Owners of Swift & Company" ~^ (Now Over 22,000) Did it ever occur to you that j/ou can partake of Swift & Company's profits^— and also share its risks,—by becoming a co-partner in the business? It is not a close corporation. You can do this by buying Swift & Company shares, which are traded in on the Chicago and Boston stock exchanges* There are now over 22,000 shareholders of "Swift & Company, 3,500 of whom are employes of the Company. These 22,000 shareholders include £,800 women. ^ Cash dividends have been pa*id continuously for thirty years. The regular rate at present is 8 per' cent. The capital stock is all one kind, namely, common stock—there is - no preferred stock, and this common stock represents actual values. There is no "water," neither have good will, trade marks, nor patents been capitalized. This statement is made .for your information and not for the purpose of booming Swift & Company s stock. We welcome, however, live stock producers, \ retailers, and consumers as co-partners. We particularly like to have for shareholders the people with whom we do business. This leads to a" better mutual understanding. Year Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift ft Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company President Official Analysis Proves Wholesome Properties of CERVA The official chemist of the State of Missouri /made a complete analysis of CERVA • Here is what he says: "A wholesome product, free from preservatives and yeast cells and by reason of the small amount of fermentable sugars present would say that no deleterious effects would be produced in process of digestion.". Drink all you want. It will help your digestion. Forty United Profit Shar* ing Coupons (2 coupons each denomination 20) are packed in every case, Exchangeable for valuable premiums. PutCERVAto the test of taste today. Ask for it at grocers', druggists', etc., in fact, at all places where good'drinks are sold. LEMP' Manufacturers ST- LOUIS Hutchinson Produce Co., Hutchinson, Kan. BRANCHES: Dodge City, Kan., Uberal, Kan., Garden City, Kan, , Residents of Hutchinson phone 2185 una order a case delivered to, your residence. Handled by all tlrst class grocerymen, • • \ FINE ARRAY OF SPEAKERS Prof. Hall Announces Speakers at State Teachers' Meeting at Wichita, The first of the divided Stato Teachers' meetings will be held at Wichita on November 7 and 8 and will be presided over-by President J. O. Hall of this city and Vice President J. H. Clement. The meetings will bo held In the Forum. There will be general sessions In the Forum in tho mornings at 0 a. m. and in the evenings at 8 p. m. ' There will be round table sessions and departmental Bcaslons and the two big musical attractions being brought to Wichita for the teachers, will be Miss Maude Powell, violinist, a'ml Oscar Seaglo, baritone, both oc whom havo appeared before Hutchinson audiences. Wonderful Program Arranged. For the general sessions the program committee have secured the following speakers who have national fnme: James W. Gerard, formerly United States Ambassador to Germany: Lieut. Paul Perlgord of I he French army; Dr. Newell Dwlght Hlllis; Dr. S. Parkes Cadraan, a New York divine, Dr. Edward Stolner an authority on caring for the emigrant problem; President Henry Suzzallc of the University of- Washington, and Dr. Thomas D. Wood, of the teachers' college at the University of Columbia, New York. The specialists ulong certain phases who will speak at the departmental meetings are Presfdent Walter A. Jessup, of Iowa university; Professor Charles ""Elwood, University of Missouri; Prof. C. U McBrien, U. S. Bureau of Education; State Superintendent Francis G. Blair of Illinois; Prof. M. V. O'Shea, University or Wisconsin; Theda .Gildemeister, Minnesota State Normal School; Elisabeth a Hall, assistant superintendent of schools of Minnesota; Prof. Harry Miller, University of Wisconsin; Prof. W. W. Charters, University of Illinois and Supt. Jesse Newlon, Lincoln, Neb. STATE W. C. T. U. CONVENTION BEING HELD AT WICHITA Meetings Begin This Evening and Hold Over Until Friday Afternoon. Wichita, Kan., Sept. 24—Tho fortieth animal convention of the Kansas Women's Christian To*iperance Union convenes here tonight .with delegates from all parts of the state, representing more than a hundred branches of the organization in the state, in attendance. .. The opening program tonight will include speeches of welcome - by speakers representing the city of Wichita and various local' orders. The convention proper will open tomorrow morning when It .will be called to order by Mrs. Lillian M. Mitchner of Beloit, president of the state order. From the start, the convention will be replete,with patriotic demonstrations anil reports of the pa- trlotlo and war activities of tho state organization. The singing of America by the audience, the flag salute and pledge will follow Mrs. Mitohner's opening ad"dress. Tomorrow afternoon tho "Patriotic committee" and the committees on "Americanization," "Soldiers and Sailors" and "Flower Mission and Relief Work" will report. Letters from "our soldier boys" will be read and also a report on "relation of tho Y. W. C. A. to the \V. C. T. V. war work". On Thursday a patriotic pageant will be given at the city forum, entitled "The Drawing' of the Sword."' . Tiie principal address of the convention will be delivered by Dr. Edmund Kulp, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Topeka, tomorrow evening. A feature of tho convention, which will appeal especially to the older members of the order, will be the dedication Thursday at S:30 o'clock of a drinking fountain in the Union Station to ill" memory of Mrs. Carrie Nation. Wichiili-was Mrs. Nation's home during tho mostM .-VCu.lful days^of Iter historic "hatchet smashing'' crusade against old time "ioInih*'.~'-£{ie fountain is to bo donated to the rJtyM;.'kS; wise tlieso veteran members of the order will be particularly interested in the reminiscences hour, Friday afternoon. In Answering Advertisements Pletsi Mention Tbe News Mrs. Sadie K. Lewis of Hutchinson will-respond to the addresses of welcome extended by the olty. churches and other organizations* OPENING FOOTBALL GAME WILL BE WITH KINGMAN Coach Cliittick Thinks He Has Some Mighty Good Material for JThis Year's Team. The opening game of the football season for Hutchinson High School this year will be held here on Friday October i, at the high school athletic park and the opposing team will In; Kingman. With this game will start off a series of games which the Hutchinson team feels perfectly capable of bagging and bringing in the honois. Coach M. R. Chittick feels that ho has some very excellent material this year again which he hopes to developo. Preliminary work lias been conducted since the opening of school but last evening the first real signal practice was held and a good work out was given the boys. It was from this practice that-Coach Chittick declared tliat the prospects certainly looked fine to bim for a good year's work, Pegues* Wright's Here In Good Selection for Cool Autumn Nights And Wisdom Urges You to Buy Early, Ere Prices Soar Higher, and while Stocks in their Completness Afford wide Selection. S HE'S full of moods, is September, otic week allowing us to bask in warm summer sunshine, the next sending us on our way chilled and cheerless. But forewarned is to be forearmed, so Madam Housewife takes no chances that her family will lie shivering in their beds the first cold nights that overtake them. A splendid showing is being featured in our Blanket section—values that you will find it difficult to equal in these days of increased cost of wool and cotton materials. Wool Blankets -at $18.50 High grade wooi blankets, In beautiful large check patterns, of pink, blue, tan, etc. Comes In two sizes, "OxSO and 72x86. Price $18.50. Wool Blankets at $14.50 Fine grade wool blankets, soft and warm texture. Fancy check patterns of pink and white, blue and white, tan and white. Price $14.50. Wool Blankets Wool Blankets at $13.95 Fancy wool blankets of high grade, attractive In tex- turo and pattern. Small check plaid patterns of tan and white, blue and while, pink and white. Price $13.95, Wool Finish Blankets, $9.50 Size 70x8J), wool fiuisli blanket of double strength. They ore a short nap blanket and felted finish. Price ' - 19.50. Other High Grade Wool Blankets at $32.95, , $29.95, $21.95, $13.25 Well Known Nasha Wool Nap Blankets of Pure Cotton Nashua wool nap blankets of pure cotton. Finest'quality cotton blankets In fancy plaid patterns of pink and white, bluo and" white, gray and white, tan and white. Size '66x80, $5.95, 72x84, $7.95; 68x80 Cotton 64x76 Cotton • Blankets, $3.50 Blankets, $2.95 at $10.95 Wool blankets in fancy block patterns of bluo and while, pink and white, tan and white, gray and white. Size GCxSO. A .wonderful blanket for tho price, $S.95. Wool Finish Blankets, $7.95 Size- il(lx80, wool finish, blanket of double strength; Short nap and felted finish. Pland patterns, Price $7.05. Soft cotton blankets In tan and plain white, with pink and blue borders. Size 66x80. ; Price $3.50. Fine cotton blankets in grey with pink and bluo stripe border. Size 01x70, Price $2.95. 72x80 Cotton Nursery Blankets Blankets $3.95 at 75c $1, $1.75 Fine cotton blankets in tan with pink and bluo stripe border. Size 72x80. Price $3.95. Nursery blankets,In pink and blue, in animal, nursery Hnd floral designs. 75c, $1.00 and $1.75. Wool Nap Baby Crib Blankets Baby crib blanket» with wool nap. Comes jn all whlto with dainty pink and blue stripe border. 32x42, $1.75, 36x50, $£50 Pair — Bescnn Fancy Comfortables at $6,50and $&l Size 72x90 Beacon fancy comforUiblos, bound In siifc T! lcB " handsome top blankBls como In floral patterns of yellow alia-- white, rose and white, pink and white, bluo and white, tan and, white. Priced at $6.50 and $9.95. CJFTY coons <ro Buy Early and Save A comrmriaon wJtb today's market proves that our prices on Blank etn cajjrtot bo excelled. Our purchrisen vcro mndo no Ions Rffo that It would be Impossible to jfivo mn.-li prices If bought nt tho reuulHi* time that Ulanket orders aro ptneed. We will save you money on blankets, Famous Beacon Blankets Made entirely of cotton in the finest grade but they look and feel like wool. Tliey retain their soft, fluffy texture after laundering. T heir handsome bright col> ors are absolutely fast. Beacon Blankets at $8.95 Beautiful blankela In fancy designs, In block, plaid and floral patterns. Their handsome colors cannot bo duplicated in any otlior Blanket. Price $8.95. Beacon Blankets at $6.95 Slzo 66x80.'* Wool finish Beacoii blanket of a soft and fluffy texture. Shown in fancy plaid patterns of bluo and white, pink and whlto, gray and white. Price $0.35. Bath Robe Blankets $5.00 For both men and women. A full pattern blanket, with neck and waist cords to match. Hancy plaids, stripes and floral designs, In beautiful colorings. Blanket and cords, complete, $5.00. Fancy Indian Blankets $6.50 Fancy Beacon blankets in Indian patterns, uUraclivo for bath and slumber robes, trunk and couch cover.) and auto robes. Comes in all Iho high Indian colorings. Price $6.60. Beacon Bed Blankets $9.95 g'ijj ^6x80. Beacon bed blankets In auS l . cti , VB brl 8 ot patterns of plaids, cl 'mc4- * utt floral designs. Until you actually see and feel them you can't Imagine bow soft, warm and beautiful these Beacons are. ..j ^fl Price, $9.l»6, I The first toani was composed of ! Jones, left end; McCord, left tackle; ; IMnyard, left guard; Smith, center; I instott, right guard; Wood, right trickle; McKinne'y, right end; Neighbors, left halt; Markle, full back; Wilson, right half and Carey, quarter back. Anions; others who were used at the practice last night were, French, Shuart, Phillips, Griffin, , Symns and Cramm. Furniture HotPlUI. 406 North Main. Telephone 168. U'tj NEW UNITED BRETHEHN MINISTERS SENT HERE Rev. Winston Beasley to First Church and Rev. J. J. Cur. — roll to Calvary. At the close -of the annual conference of United Brothreu churches vixen, Lfee ftMUgnjavau* »:ei« re»d, Hutchinson was given two now ministers and the two here "wero sent to larger appointments. ttev. Wlufiiou Beasley will come to the First church to take tho place of Key. R. C. Kua- sell who goes to the Second United Brethern church' at Topeka. Key. J. J. Carroll will be tbe minister at tho Calvary church Instead ot Rev. A. U. Deever who is assigned to WtofleW. Ne-tl©#. Will be out of olty »r two weeks. My office will be dosed, Beo vatico in paper on my return. Jl-it pa. a, w, HowavreaN.

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