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PA OK TEN. Ladies'Dress Boots and Brown Lace Boots, Real Bargains. Kid Tl I QUESTIONNAIRES MAILED OUT $10.00 $7.50 Leather Louis Heels. Teare S Etzler Shoe Store 19 NORTH MAIN Go to First Ten Per Cent of Men Between Ages of 18 and 37 Years Who Registered September 12th AUTO DIRECTORY AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY 114-116 Sherman St East Auto Supplies, Tools and Garag* Equipment. Distributors: Bosch, Connecticut, Atwater, Kent, Stromberg Carburetors, and Leak Prcof Rings. Phone 3000. -"QUALITY IS ECONOMY"— THE f ™VanZandt »•<*• DISTRIBUTORS 13-15-19 First East REO Automobiles and Trucks HASKARD MOTOR CO., 17 First West Phone 243 7=1 Arnold Auto Co. KUTCHU,M " Marmon Haynes Dodge Brothers" r-hone 2707 AutOJJlObileS 23 East First St PAIGE —"The Most Beautiful Car in America" The Salt City Motor Car Co. 123 Sherman East Also Sludebaker Parts and Service Electric Battery & Repair Co. f\ DISTRIBUTORS wi^LARD STORAGE BATTERIES £ Used by 67 Per Cent of All Manuflcturers UARCEST BATTERY REPAIR STATION IN KANSAS. \CS Sherman Bait. Phone 27— TREE INSPECTION OF ANY DATTERY AT ANY TIME Questionnaire? mailed to these rcBls* trnnta, RPHtcmlH'r 20. 1 !'1 S. 3-'fi4 — William Robert Kaps, 118 16th west. HH 'Karl Chester Hecson. 300 12th WCSl. 37i.1—Thomiut Christopher, 302 11th W. 3721 —Jnhn Chester Foot, 106 Uth west. 3726-- listen H<Mt»ert Clare, 22 15lh west. 37fi2— Frank Marion Barton. 105 ltth west. 8733—Charles Raymond Schlek, 1521 N. \\ lltihltlKlnn. s 3T37 — Irn Alien Tcter.,121 loth w«l. 37;',s-Donald Wni. l&lwards, 100 lsih WCSt, 371.1—Charles F.ntt Union. Ut. 3. 3711—Jam^s Clair Harmon, 311 16th wp.v I. .1718— Rett Karly Milcliner, 115 18th west. .1719—Pnlil (.'nil lluaklrk, 2201 Ndrlh Monroe. Jlifiti—t.oo Frank Melscfilioliner, 301 Uth West r.7.".;—Pa\ Id Franklin, 2020 \5lh we»t. 37.'i5 -Daniel Kenneth Mcl.eod, 300 lt>lh West. 3,57 -Harrison Alexander Atidereelc, ?0C 13th west. » 3759— Firrl Charles Hemphill. 1209 N Monroe. 37lil~Wllos I,acv Hosier, 103 19th west. 37.s3--t.hiirle.-4 Amel Ankvthuls. III. 1. I'1o\ nu. .I7M--Luther She,lrle Holcomli, lit. 1. Plevna. 27S6--Philip Arthur l.nnK. It:. 2. Syhia. 3786—llenrv Taj lor Keddle. III. 8, Sylvia. 37.vr--D.ivki I&licur luutcrlou, lit. 2. Sylvia. 37KR- William llenry Hunter. Ut. .Svlvla. • 37S9 - Thomas Janica PU RR ' ns, Rt. 1, Plev na. 3790- .luck Gotorth. 111. 3, Sylvia. .1791— Albert Woslov Mnnels. Ut. 3, Sylvia. 379.'-.Win. Wesley lloten, III. Sylvia. :'.79.1—Clarence Kdwlh Knrnes. Fit. 2, Svlvla. 3794—Guv Finer Hndgcs.Jlt. 2, Svlvla. 370'i—loscpli Cleveland StlEBlns, lit. 1, Plevna. .1706 John William Hitter, Ut.- 3, S.Uvla. 3797-Lewis Frank StlRhlon, III. I, Kyi via. 37SS--Christy C. Krlle, Ut. 2, Svlvla. 3799—William llenry Huffman, III. J. Sylvia. :;>9Ki--Vernon Polos Peachy. Sal 11 easl. 3S0I—Arthur Samuel c«ln, »27 Sherman east. William Amos MonlKomrry A vast. toss— Clinton' Hubert Crochetl, It. city. *u$9—Atphn J. flrown, 11. I, city. 4(i90-~l.clloy Phillips. It. 4, clly. K'91-Hiisar William Ilowlantl, It -t, clly. •tiJlll —Ruben Davis Jones, R. 4. city. 4005—James Arthur Katun, II. 4. cltv. 4097-lrvln .Wesley Mortimer, 11. 4," city. 1098—liMIn Luther Holt. II. 2, city. 4099—Claud Klirer Lewis. II. 2, clly. 4100 -I'my Rowland, It. 4, city. 4103—Guy Allien Swanaon, It. 2, City. 4101—Georce Krnest Bacon, II. 2. clly. < 106 -Walter F.lllTl Walter, II. 4. clly. 4108-.Ui.Moll llethre, II. 4, city. 4111—GUIs Lewis rtldd. 11. 2, city. 4112—l.eon Bernard Ittuee. H. 4, clly. Ola —Clifford liskctson SlinnilberB, II. 2. clly. 1116—Krnest Wllfon Powcnoll, H. 2, city. , 4117-Anton ICmrrtnnuCt Fctorso:!, II. 2, clly. 1 1120—Mntlln Rowland. U. 4, eliy. 1121— Jowo Melvln Teler, 1516 N. Maln.- 4U3—John. J. O'Sulllvan, II.-2. ;il.v. 1 4124—Jesse fc>lward llouek. It. I. cily. 4126—tleorRe Cleinenl ltarnes, 11. 4 rity. 4127—Rimer Hro»n Kennedy, It. 1. city. 4130—Hoy I.ce Johns, Ituhler. , 4133—Michael Joseph Welsh, it, 8, <'•>'• 1131 -Carl Osear Wallalen, il...'. city. 41 sr.—Joseph llenry Harde-Hlle. 511 0th West. 11S0--Samuel Knluht Fuller, iil .N*. Monroe. . * I1S7—Harry Vdwln llniinl. 310 0th Wesl, ! > 4l»K -OeolRo Carfleld Martin, 101-Plh We.t. 4 180-Thomns Fr-.inklin Flernmlng. 307 loth Wesl. 1190—At-tliur Garfield Sehroll, • 102* N. Monioe. 411)1 —.Edward James Olinhant, i:t Uth West, IIS12--Waller Mason AdntnJ, 20S 10th We.st. • 4103—Civile Hollow/ll. 429 »th \V*»U lll'l—laiuls Francis Meyer, 214 !>th West. .. 41s5—aeorce " Henry' Weaver. 301 Sth West. 41!H>-.Churle«:'tiFOrRC Frlliel, II" Olh West. 4107—Arthur D. Oattin. 27 Sth West. 419S -Clyde Uarwln, 100D N. Main. 4199—Samuel II o-Ke Stead. 221 10th West. 42no—Wurren William llldenour. 312 It Kasl. 4201—James White, 212 Sherman K. 4202— Uonilnlc Chester Mitchell, 417 535 Sherma.n Ka.st. 42«:l—Harney UiRn.k. 1217 Isl F.ast. :-,!,03-John Frl.an llausam. MS Sher- 4201 -Merit Hu B h Fisher. 312 II Kast man easl 1205— Vera U MrFarlan.1, 105 A Bust. 3Sa(--Walter ni«ers Uvlneond, 521 1st 4206—Clair WrlBht Crankshaw. Blsonte ,.„,!_ ' Hotel. 3S05-Marshall Xeal Hose. 710 A easl. 4207--Dtrlght C. Potter. IOS',4 Sherman SW—Hav .Claremlon llnlanil, 7:n Slier- East- „. , ,,„5| 420S—Wes-ley Click Harlman, Room 11 3SS7-Clarenee Jesse Hullo, S22 Sher- nidK- , _ , _ man e-isl 4205—Harvey Markos Carter, 104 S. r.SSf,-4jicnn William Macliey. 1212 B Ma ' n - _ • , , ... „ ,. ust 4210—KuBene Ijeroy Johnson. 317 B 3S09-,\n.lrov,- Preston IU BSS . 523 1st Eaal. .«,,.... c . as ^ i 4211—John W m. liarriaon, 313 1st KasL f,sio—Charles Daniel SclBTist. 820 B. (2i:-Joaet)h Marvin Sncll. 501 15 Kast. cast ! 4213—Robert Y. Kvnns, 14% S. Main. . ::K] 1_ -Clifford Arnold Rerry. 001 Sher- J 4211—Maurice U Kaln, 14 N. Maple. m . U] t . a j t ^ 1 421e—Pearl \Va£hh)£lon Johnston, 118 :<Sr.'—i.ouls Dudley DeP.elle, 013 1st A Ea»t. _ ,,„... t ,-„„, • 4210—Jesse R. Sanders, IS S. Waahmsr- .isin— Albert Herman Rose. 730 R east, 'on- , „ 3S11—James l^ewis Brewer, 903 1st 421,-UiRoy OeorBC Lamhorn. 107 S. r-asl Poplar. 3Rlfi- llenrv Thomas Iterl, 30S N. Main. 121S—Roy Cleveland Harrison, 32i'. A 3S10- Arthur Hale 1-ewls, 62U Sherman basl. ...... „„„„.,, pa4 L I 421*J—Audrft K. Attelierry, 28 S. Walnut. 8S17-William Noah Sidlinger. 53S Sher- 4220—Rert Brown. 20 I) feajt. nun HM. ! i77,-?"' u ' 11 ;. "'Uretl, 10S B.Wcst 8SIS— llnirv Warren McMillan. SI5 1st • 4222—John Franklin Knowlea. 19 1st cajt ' Mst. 3S19—Herhert Waver Southwoilh, 929 , 4223—l&lward Albert Feeney Sheiman east. : «2i-Rjiy •Lee Miller. I0S A K«r.l. :lk"0-J.iiiu-s Waller Ralph. 1029 A east. 422a-Claud Andrew Johnson. 127"i A 3K79—Jay Kmnry Newell, SlrrllnB. .. ^ _ , „. • '^SO-Hov l-Mwaid Rupp. Rl. 1, SterlinB- 422'.--Abraham R. t>lahly, 126 bherman : 3»S1—Glen Udear Avery, Rt. 2, Nicker- Eaal. . I i 4227 Thos. Wesley Grlce. 112 S. Maple, i "MK- Lloyfl IK-hert Hawkins. Rl. 1, • I22S - l-:raok Rut.en W'llllanw. 101 8th ' Tineto-re. Coloiado. t •'* S .V« , .. ,, ... . .tuM-H'-n. Uau.r, Rt. 2, SterlliiB- 1 4229--J<ss».a. Cornelius Morgan, 424 A SSM—Aaron Kara Rich. lit. 1. SlerliPB. r-»»c • ' "AS",—Sylvester Coleman While, Rl. 5- 4230-1 harles Jj-n Jtnsen, 31S n Font. Sle-'int I 4231- llymuu Solomon. 24 R Kast. :;sii;-i'lyde Orau Hourcll, Rt. 1, Ster-' 4222—U.ula Randolph Euler, 19 N. iin». ; Ma1 "- 4233- J,en John Roler, Box 416. 4234—William Prtston Cart. 203 A Bast. 4225- llrnnl. Kllza Jack, 413 1st ISnab 42.li;- Rutreno Colterman. 110 A Ku--)L 4237—Kvcrott Watson Carroll, 120 A The Consolidated Flour Mills Co. 510-20 Rorabaugh-Wiley Bldg. Hutchinson, Kansas Opcraling mills at Winfield, Caldwell, Newton and Hutchinson, Kansas. Daily capacity 3500 bbls. Wc invite the inquiries of l-'lour and Feed Sealers (Carlots only; Use UNITED Flour Slokea, 120% S. Its*?—llenry Lafayette Kimball. 111. 2, No ker^on. SSSS-Karl lloberl Pork, III. 1, Sterling. :;S.V9--lVrey C OK Stuarl, lit. 2. Nlek'-r- son. . ;iS9fi --H.i nhard Amos Zimmerman, Rt. ; l'.a-st. 1. Sferlii'.B 423S— Jim Dc-mpsey •18IU—Aihel W. Oyer. lit. 1. Kiprltng. ;Maln. ssa:—Lee Honneti. Rt. 1. SterlinB. 4239—AhVrt HaBcr. 105 S. Poplar. 3^93 - John R. Albreehu Rt. 1, Sterling. I 4240—Claude Hurbert James. R. 1. 3V)I—Wm. Gotolip Reel!, lit. 2, Nicker-I 4211—Albert J. Cole, 414 B East, son I 4242—John Burton Trotter, Ii. 3, Rurr.",1,95—Keller Splssani. Rt. 1, SlerllnB. .'ton. 3*06—Charles Wills lloas, Rt. 1. Steal- 4243—Raltaxar Aqullar. 512 S. Main. Ins. 4241— Jesse Davis, 534 R East. 3997 -liver Solomon. 24 B cast. I 4215—Frank Ellsworth Haynes, 329 3938—Olio Elbert Vang, 308 Sherman ; Sherman Rast. oa-t i 1240—Lewis Wayne Tucker, 110 A 3999—William Sydney lxivolocU. 221 B oast I 424,—Riley Aamead. 118 1st Kaat. loon—r.uiher Oliver Keesdlns, It- 1. ' I24R—Loula Wayne Coleman, 128 A Pi.-vna ilieist. 4001—John Jacob Ilunler, 71. 2, Sylvia] 4243-GvnrBe Hausam, 514 4th East. 4001—Cecil Ray Johnson. R. 3, Hylvla. • 4250— Daniel Rcnwlch Mathews. 106 A SAVE FUEL BY USING • Monarch Weather Strips on your honie. No ubligalion to .-how you. G. T. BRONLEEWE 120 Hth West Phone 523 ALFALFA SEED l ? or Fall Planting' $6 .50 to $12.00 per Bushel All central Kansas grown. Non- irrigated—write for samples. YOUNG'S SEED HOUSE Hutchinson, Kaus, Jesse Langford AUCTIONEER St*ijl. ai • A. (1. Temple, 2" miles east, I north ol riaxnuui. Sf|il. 2U--1.'. 11. (.'lai-lf, 12 miles south anil 2 miles wesl of Ituyinomt. Uci. 1—Mr. Bowman, 2 miles south Diitl 4 miles eubl ol' ArlliiKlun. Del. 10.- : J. II. KiliK, 1 miles north, mile west of Ahbyville. Oct. a-Dave B. DrlUe, 2Vi miles wesl of loons. i)i;t. lO—Ooo. ItayuiouJ, 4 mlloB wciii, l v» sQiitli pt I'relty I'ruirlo, Oct. i<j-rl. 8. Van .Orilslran'U, Hi riiiles west. 3% soulh oi Haven. Oct. 17 - .). .V.'Dovluo, i miles uorih, 'I'.-s east of Nioltersou. Fifty head ol while face uloera and f.O hiud while face heifers, weight 4U0 His., lor sale al my corral. Dates can b <3 anaugeil at uuy time by eallliiK my office uliono, {Vlolferuofl «8 at my oxpepiie. mm Don't stay indoors because your skin is unsightly ; Resinol will heal it quickly The discomfort of hearing .unfavorable comments upon one's complexion, and of realizing that one's skin is unsightly, can bo prevented by Rcslnol Ointment, which not only heals a sick skin, but protects a healthy one. Aided by Kesinol Soap, it heals eczema, helps to remove other eruptions, excessive dryness or oiliness of the skin, and enables one to have a complexion that excites compliment instead of unfavorable comment. At at) dealer.. GOAT MILK 1W..I to Metier - 1 Mi* Ewiut to digest. Wken other food, (all (ry irlllieut, t »t 'to -ICeuneth Caiose Brown, R. Frank Keesllne, • R- 4 on I Sylvia. 4005—Jurfl Svlvla. 40O6—Walter Krnest Calhoun. U, 2, Sylvia. 4007—Tail l.eo Krey. R. 2. Sylvia. 400S— llarlcy C'usseltnun Melville, It. 3, Sylvia. 10D9—Ivcnnelh JvUko Klemel. R. 3, Sylvhu ••4032—William Adami Wurst, R. 1, Ab- hyvllle. 4033—Charles Karnest J'almer, , U. 1, Ahliyvllle. 4035—Clement Ix-o Hess, 103 1st West. 4030—Oil Alfred Winner, Gen. Del., I'ltlsburs, Kan. 4037 — Waller Jeremiah Shellenbergcr, 7 llitli E. 4030—Ilarrj' Kupenc -Jones, M^ldland Hotel. 4039— Frederick Henrj' Mindell, 331 6th liut. 4040—Osear Copa-s. 112 1st West. 4011-Jiarry R. White. 101 Slit West. 4042—lohn Riley Hmllh, Gen. Del., Avaut. Okla. 4011 -llenry Nuest, R. 1. Ahbyville. 4043-Fred George Wurst, II. 1, Abby- Villn. 4046—Gottlob George .Krautor, R. 1, Abby\ille. 4047—Jesse Clyde Kitch, U. 2, Ahby­ ville. 1048— Inlns Hay Buurell, R. 2, Ahby­ ville. 4019—Michael Francis Mitchell, It. 8, Nlekeraon. 4000— l,uKoy Mnodgrajis, R. '{. Nlckcr- stin.. '1 '4051—John Gorge*, R, 1, 8torlli«.< 4052—Clydo Cleveland Shun, IC 1, Sterling. 4053~]';U David Stuckey, R. 1, Ahby­ ville. ..:'•.<••. 4064—llarvoy Milton Ramsey, • U. 1, Ahbyville. • • 40fi6—Grovor ; Clcvelutjd iiarkln, ft, 3, Ahbyville. . -. • • •- 406C—Cheater Arthur Griffin, tL 2, .Viekecaon. .-. , •'- 4057--Clorcrtco Kugenc "Waller, IL l, ALbyville. • :.' : 4068-VArUiur John stuckey, fl. 1, Ab- hyvllle. ' •' ' . ' • . ' 'iWV —'-Oeorst*I'Jlenry Winder, IL 1, Ah- hyvlllo. /.., '*;.•• ' . •4(1110—Alvlri Henry Stuckey, «. 1. Ah-' hyvllle. " • 1001--Albert William Roth, it. 1, Ahby­ ville. • 1002 Wilboil U UIIII . It. 2. Ahbyville. ' 4D63—Krnest Winder. It. t. Ahbyvlllo. 4001.- tamer Jaxtuuul Kittle, If. »;<MI«k- eraou. .. *- ••' •' 4(1115— Amos Ilwlslit Oyer, It. 1, Ahby­ ville. •"•':.- ' ;'• • ' 4000«Alvln.,J'arnt !y,-fl. '(, rAMbyvUle. I 4000 -Juntos Aluert lA'asure, • tt.- i, liutehlusol). fy-T-. 4070^-C'lydc Wm. flqberly; Jl. 8, pity, - 4071—Jimouti tifovcr,' Irtton; MOtlqra. •• 4011—James Leo OWsloh, ,ll. .4MiUy, 4018—Anion - 1'luynrd. Jl. S. clly. • 4015—Corncltu*. Boiijamiu Hysou, ft. 3/ city. . ,'-..' - ....' >..,.- ..:,' 1079—Fred Nyhorg. It. 8. oily, ••«.> .• = 4081 • klugtmu Joseplt Dealy.-U. 8, olty, 4082 -^Dftlllef Websjcr N«0llai|0.; 1L- Ij.- city. . * : 1 •-. 40ii4 -«guy N«rmi»nii «e (iy,& 4085^OU«tftV 'Adal »" ri, on^ i.?. toso—J(ll| "' ' " <M7-'" rOuatttv Adaliplf lturty. flf SfSJiy* 1 -rJofio' KaUier. lJ0 )t *f), city. ^•"fcriioK I'liiywrt, 'it- 8, city. Kaat. 4251—Charles Penny. 10S14 Sherman a 4252—CHiarles Gibson. 320 A 13.utt. 4253—Waller Stanford Black, 114 1st Rast. 4251—Frienided Fieere, Moxlcaii Camp. 4250—Chris.Yoder, 112 S. Main. 4250—Carmen Aqullar. 512 S. Main. 4257—Joso F. C'edeo, 612 S. Main. 4268—Churtes Ralph Sentuey, 312 Sherman K. 4259—Franklin J. Audrey Ixjtts, 205 1st West. always gots with health,and health making is the big reason for A delicious food rich in the vital pho«pn»tts, NoWo*t«.Ypu to the lost atom. " riQurithinrf, oconomical. Vh» hoaut of Hut ficWbsir It Mikii dddbsf The crowding point in Star Clothes Service it reached in the wonderful showing or Fall and Winter Ooer- cdats and Suits from Hart, - Schaffner & Marx. T HEY are for men and young men; for the high school lads old enough for long trousers, but unde.r draft age; smart fashions, perfectly tailored of all wool fabrics, in the highest standard of excellence for which these makers are famous, You can rely, on these goods; you can save money by buying them. We have sizes to fit men of all figures. We have smart military styles for young men; double breasted styles, ulsters, motor coats, fur collared coats, medium weight coats. Superior qualities throughout at $25, $30, $35, $40, $45, $50, $60 We haoe a/so J. B. Stetson, Crofut & Krupp Hats, Knox Hals, Manhattan Shirts, and Ivan Frank's Boys' Clothes. Teaclwr: "Johnnie, you're one minute late! Can you give an account of yourself, Sir ? " Johnnie: "W-well we had Sambos for breakfas' an' there wus just one more left on the plate and—and—" TeacJier: EXCUSED! PANCAKE FLOUR really does make the most delicious golden- brown cakes and waffles! You'll be delighted wjth Smmbo gems and muffins, too. 1 «rf mad* acfitnUuff to Uu MJh*at-*tvtna • frmlmHmi </<A, (/, S. Food Administration, Ask four Grocoi Members of the Court of Honor, All momhors and friends of the Court ol Honor are Invited to attend a Bocfal Fridfty evening, Sept. SC, 1,918, In the A. O, Xi. W. Uall. A good time. liwi a Msl'MButtoiMnta. "ft" and "A Tour of Nations." State Manager S.' M. WattB la planning to. b<? present and eplttlu a few things about, the Court of Honor. Admission tree. -•'''. 26-Jt 9l»d to He»r Anything. . > "WJiat would your mother say, Uttie hp}-," demanded tUo -jtauaeM))' vlrtMOiiWly, "It'she cpuJij,*,.h. W r-, you swear Hit* 4»tK • - • -'- POvW benr »,' answered the bad little buy. "She's stone deaf." Furniture Ho »pmt," 44W North Main. Telephone 169, U-W CASTOR IA ¥<* |p||t}iji uA CUldrew ' fpillwfSorOjrfr ^Vfara ' - Mlit^.AntHeptlB QIJ KnovKfi «f - 1 Snaklil ^nklllir'so -^ftephS^ For ftlieumatlsm .neurttlvlft.lWlWIfB- ftjffttitd swollen Joints, corns," buu|£n» i w Sfjlw only, err -i' J 1 ft > ^, ' ^'»<NWUfttSrKWt^!wW , ^i! V,..-i \ •' T *^*^- J~fc r ' '"' ' '-' " t^t, r % ^ WlWiMesfti^,. c,,,„at«^ st

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