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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 4, 1918
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T 11 & ii u 's: tmi mo N- K E W s. dl Adli I ! CLASSIFIED AfiVETlTlSINO RATE * • fi?"^ OENT ,\ WOIIU KACII 1NHKK- • I i . . Abbreviations and series of In * • illals or numerals count /is one word, • " Lndnr this plan el-ialtled advertisers • { can tell in nrivrtnce the exact coat of * their ncl. News classified ads aro • taken by phone for your aerotnwdft- • • ton, and nil bill* are dun and payable • • I Jin day rmiowlnff tho daln of Insor- • • Hon. Vim c-.m nxslH us materially If • you pay tho collector promptly on pre- • • actuation of statement • A 84 . t> 83 . K S3 0 84 31 83 1 S3 n m It 83 T ?.1 II 83 X 83 FOR SALB— MI»C _LLANtOU». 16GS Stelnway & Hon uptight piano at sacrifice. 1350 Cable n. Nelson piano at a bargain 1285 . Ktburn piano If vole at once at a bcrgrtin. Hoc or call urvIUe K, Hunt, plaito tuner ami salesman, 401, Sherman west. i'hone 735. i'J-ti SECONDHAND tires and cubes, ail sites. We buy old casings. Knr guaranteed repair work see ui. Mid-State Motor Tire Co., opposite Mlsoiul Pacific dspot. Hutchinson Typewriter U», HOVAL TVl'KWKITBUH Ilargalns In ltebuift Machines. 807 lUirabaugh-Wiley Uldg. I'hone 3080. 23-tt WANTED-MALE HBLP. VOH SAIiW— Ilinlaryp maple dresses and commode, sanitary couch .lrnby carriage, «llnlug chairs, rugs, soft coal heal- cr IIIHI other furniture. 40G A cost. 2-31 AUTOMO-ILi*. Hutchinson Is the lbtical market Jjj second-hand automobiles. - l'ro«p»J<!UV» buyers should watch this column tor complete list of bargains. One lteo Truck t.'hiial.', In flrst-da.™ condition; four practically now casings nnd tubes. Anyone wanting a truck CIIOS'S can save money by looking this up. Inree. •Iiinrter ton sue. 1'. W. OUnNlNil. 3-tf Sterling. Kan. UAII1ATOIUJ I' scrvteos ou repair work. O. Auto ltiullator Co^Tio JS'^uih \Vft»nmg O. K. ton. 2-tl 1917 11IICK touring, shock absorbers, new Urea, specdomi-ier, dash light ami Vale lock, K 'Ho.OO. Keno Bulck Co. 2-tt FOIl SAl.K—Grant roadster , electric lights, starter, wire wheels, good ,lr<s Cash or tones . l'horfe 3290W. 2»-tr 1-Olt KALE—1915 flvc-passenger, f" ur " cyllndrr car, electric Ughls and auirler, lliii. Call Ibi-W. 3-4 ST ISAM FtOlLEU. Wo have, n low pressure holler for steam heating plant, will bo sold at a vely low figure. See It ut News Oltlcu. WANTED— Kxpcncncetl puckers nntl mill hands. C.ootl|_^ pay, slctulv work, eight-hour shifts. j |-on SAI.M- I.araliec Klour Mill Corporation, Hutchinson, Kas. ; ami FOIl SALte—Twelve horse steam engine _ , ono 10 Inch Ensllago cutter. Inquire, flour i J. it. uonltirs, Inmuii, Ksnsas. Aug 14- Natlonnl Cash Ileglslcr, | KtoveM, drctsers, single harness, beds. : nigs, other household gooda. IS Twelfth west. . 3-31 Man, IS and over, of Hutchinson vicinity, desiring I" prepare for examinations for posltSons as Meal '•"P" 1 ""' Prlsrm tluards. LrUcr t ""•ners Me al - ment. customs, llevemie. iH.stoftlce lUill- way Mall Clerks, Government farmers, ate' _dl an.l Interview Mr T. A. Urady it Hon.. Hotel. Friday, Sept. u. noun unUl 9 p. m. without fall. ^ or four f\rst-cln»s handy men WANTED—Thrco on" Mi'ii drill'p"* B and on e.rcctiig floor. SK Bus !H, linlorprise, Kansas. WAKTKI"- tit 11 and bus boys; good pay and room . Apply Harvoy House. Ijccal manager. WANTKD— Brand boy. "no who Is not going to school this winter, i-orcinan News olfloe. l J_ WANTKli llarton I office. stesdy work; ^pp'y ' plant or down town WANTKD o\er 10. Kas I. Hoy; si. IJuullly olv position; must be iiiicery, 1-4 Btrvclilli WANTKl" in pcr»o -It..y be.twe.n 16 and IS; apply i. Model Steam Uiundry.^ ^ WASTKD--Married man farm. Ueu. M. Ncwlln, to work cr phone 33-I ,, -i »i la-n BIJACKSMITII— (loud nil around man at once. 1'. I". Slalil. Kllmwuud. Kans. KKKIJ nTE. _ Ttecleaned seetl rye for sale at the Kan s UrtUn Co. 12.00 per bushel bulk. •n-ui B'OM HAI.K—Cheap, ono good work horse, also one. thori.oghbi.xl Duroc male hog; en.iulrc 101 Osborne street. 3-u I^ADY'S blue serge tailored suit and black plush oouu size 36; man's drosa suit, size 38. 4U6 A east- 2-3t O.NM Hl-20 II. P. Titan tractor. New, never plowed an acre. Can save you 320 W. 13th. 27-tf KOll BALK CHJ'IAP—Complete fixtures for grocery store Including delivery wagon. I'hone, 17S5. 4-b FOIl SAUK—Ulght shoals; three mile. no.-ih of Fourth on Lorraine; phone 17- N'-2. Coleman llr.«. 3-tl Foil SALK—New Auto Tiro tubes, 20 per cent uff. Mmfield Itadlator Shop, Hi South Walnut. ™-l' Foil SALII-Fuid touring) 1M miles west ou 1'ourth sUoct. U. U Martin- FOK SAL.E—1(17 Ford trucK. ^luUBliison foundry & Machine Works. 19-tt FollI) Touring car for iiuisk side, *360. Apply ut !,2» \v. mh. 81-" FOIl SAL 14— Practically new super sU. Iteno Buick Co. FOIt SALIv— Phone lis'.. FOIl BALK SS.'-V. Ford touring car 1-5 Phone 2-Et CHff HOME^ Six-room, north side, hath, basement ami fbfnnet; Hit M %odtt cSndttltSh, ntWI 'tho location Is fine- for. quirk sale, 13.WI- •; We bave for sole one ot the nicest tannic* lit Crescent Park, modern In every way, Including cistern nnd vacuum sysletrTi,owner Uttving cltv. This Is a bill-grain. Flve-ionm, Hast Fifth, with bath, basement and two rooms finished In oak; good shade. 83,10"). Seven-room, Mast Thirlenth; five down and two up stairs, hath and garage; "tO fl. ground. This Is. a bargain, % .L".o. . Fl\c-roonis, bath, garage and chicken yard, good -shade and rriilt trees, on West Sixth; $500 down and balance payments, enly 12.530. JL H IBsonll^'fi A IIOOMY 2 STOrtY modern home ot C rooms, 13100. 1500 cash, balance payments. full bnrcmcnt—on West 11tit at A BKAN11 NEW 5 room bungalow with nak floors In whole house, Fr»nch doors dining room to livln*;_room, built In rontrpniMicps. brick mirage, M feet frunt on I'^ast ISth. Uvc where paving Is. Price 14500.00. 82)00. cash will handle. A NICI2 9 rtOOM strictly modern house on Bust llth, close to Main. New fur- hace, and house Is In fine sliaue, 4 rootna down, 2 rooms and bath upstairs. 83600.00. Carry part. A OOOI) 6 notiM 1 story bungalow on West 12th; modern except furnnco. North front; 62 front feet. J37tW.uo. A OOOD PROPERTY for little money rn Host 3rd. 6 rooms, 'modern except furnace. 60 ft ground, south front 823J0.0U. J.XJO cash nnd balance payments. F @iB (br ®iiQ Loans <^ Tironsft-.Go. land In lieno County wells nnd windmills; nil fenced nnd crossrenccd, .„ laud; 20 acres alfalfa, balance wheat and com Ind. only S miles of Hutchinson; wotl Improved with large cntalpa grove;' all llliablu good -Ford touring car. OrjJJ Saxon six, nearly new. 3-0XX' 13th. Hi-It FOIl SJVLE—Fords, McVcy Livery. 8,-tf MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. FOK SALE—Cood bicycle, cheap; 110 9th FOK RKNT— FURNiBHED ROOM*. FOR KENT—Very deslrnblB rooms _ with board; single or eusulto; 24 Kost blxtn; phone 37. 3 " u TWO FUllN'ISHED room In modern home, board if desired. Phone ' JS: V^' Fort SALE-Household go.vls and / piLHs-^nger Stu.lebaker In good cnndillim. •I^li O.sboin ijtrtcl. ^-4 FOH out fur frost. 2775. I eppei-.s. Ht- per lb. LI, c. Cui-ll^, I'hone 4-7 FOIt SALE—Tip Top Hivad I onto .two horses and- wngon. Call 10-1 7th west. 31-lt l-Ylll SALIv-Milch LuraLce mill. .'. iv. miles north I 'hi islopher. 4-B WANTWH-A hoy about 1C yearsi of a«e; light work, inquire 413 south .Main. J-I FOIl SALK-X'i po^kl machine 'tin and electric m:'.hln.-. Phone 2013. 30 -lt FOIl MALK- tl re. 1.. M. New- XVebber .Mayneld. wide 3-4 WANTKl > to att. n.l Hc.Ilvery boy wle school. A. A. I i is not going irug 4-2' FOIl MALK--NU I'hone :UI2-\X*. hugs, bO0 West II. 31-3t WANTKP —iiu.v uvi-r I'i yciii-i Hade Apply al News offli Full HA LB— .New Zealand 1 128 1st east. rabbits 11-If. I Foil SA Li:— Oak folding bed. 5U3 W..NT10I Write P Married m'.n for U.ek Mux :,;».!. work. 3-31 First 4-41 l-'OH S?At-l-1—i ;a -s heater. WANTKH- I ilshwash. Lunch No. I. 1221. l-4t - l FOIt SALIv-lted Durliurn, mule; call Nll.V FOH IIFNT—Nicely furnished mmiern bed room, close In. Phono 16'JH alter ti p.m. 4- It KOOMS In fist ctfliis moiiern house board next door. Phono 2U7. 31-61 FUtlNI.-'HKU HOO.X1 with private bath; modern house, phone 3265. *-tf IXHl llENT-Onc rurnlslied front room, 120 West Ninth. Phone .flTS. 4tt FOB P.nNT -One modern sleeping room phone 3161. 3-31 - - .... XX'heat averaged 20 bu year. This Is a level, dark. Handy loam soil with new brick school within 200 yds. of dwelling. Has 8 room house and .a mlllt house, largo grove and' rronl vard. Fine hen house, concrete garage. coner«to'-»blackpmitli shop, machine shed, n sp.-clnlly built building for feeding hogs, with concrete floors, a barn for ^ held of hoatiis, with boar.) floor and 20 hand of cattle with concrete floor; 2 silos, l Pixie 165-ton, ono wood silo 135-ton, Everything in good condition and prk\i rta- sonable considering.. !JC tti m and terms. 607 R-W Building Seven room all modern, bath on both floors, almost new. northwest part of town, JS.6S0. . Ulght room, all modern, Hist "FirM, 16,50:). Almost new. Five, rooms and bath, nice siiade. and lawn, garage, East Seventh, I2,.:5'); rents tor 820. Eight room and bath, barn, r.n Monroe stTect, 81,260. Will pay 15 per cent In rents. Five sooms, practically modern, 2 blocks of Main. East E street, »l,;6o. Liberal terms. close In, East Seventh, LIGHT HOUSEKEEP1NO ROOMS. FobTitKNT—To students or business people. 3 nice furnished rooms for sleeping or light; modern. Call 324 Sixth west. Phone lsy7-\X\ 2-31 FOIl 11F.NT—5 light housekeeping rooms unfunushed; one sleeping room furnished; furnace heat.,. Pnonu 3.TO-XV. FOIl ItlONT—Two furnished light house- rooms; U6 Ninth East. 3-tr FOK KENT—Modern housekeeping rooms 3-'ii 2nd west. 17-U. FOR RENT-RESIDENCES. Slx-l -oom house furnished, •i.j.t furnace, with garage. •CUU'unth. Phone 516. 4 tf WANTWH—'looil 1. South Main. ",YANTEH--l l ltthwi No. 1. >y lor dairy work; If I Foil SALE—Slave silo. Call 10-N-12 or at Ar.dersou ("aft- 1-lt WANTED—MISCCLL.AN ROUS. WANTED—FEMALE HELP. desire a i>'. positions mums, li.'x .Stenographt- all and interview Mr. r. Iti-no Hotel, Friday. Sept. XX'om. u, IS and over, who pure for examination for poslufll.-e. i lujiartmeiit Hue Clerks, Matrons Typists. Grady, at P phone 071-XX'. H. (1. rjcMcrrltl. 31-6 without laii. noun until it t». WANTED—A place for girl to ^-^ luiopaiiy and go to school. —— D!;-iv-i:. WANTED— ni-lglit gins between 16 and A who ran furnish ifleieii.-e. Pennant, XVANTED TO IIENT- eiu woik goisl wage, short hours, pay, ly rnodeni house, while hauling and splendid oporlunily, Phone 2302-.I. for advalieenielil, for capable gills. Ap-j Jlly In person at Telephone Uuildlluj._ n ^ J XX\\NTEI>^To figuri! your pliislering and slay for phone 31-61 -I or 5 room strlct- Keferonces given. 30-lf. 30-61 WANTED—Two dining room gills and • one .lutein u gill «l 'I'lie llorabaugh- Wlley Tea lloum. Apply I" Pvroon ne- tween the lu-urs of 'J and 11 a. ni. 2«-tf WANTED—A girl who a home and wagis; or ini.lille ag.-<l lady for general housework; no washing; r!3 sixth wist; lihone lf.-IC-.l To figure patchwork. Stucco work Phono J. L. Creen, 3f.6U. speeinltly. JO-tit WANTED—Clean, bright straw; will pny 84.0'J per ton delivered to the Hutchinson Ilox Hoard and Paper Co. iH-lf 3-31 I XX'ANTEI.i—81.600 private money on new modern home, north part. Address M.M. care News. 3-6 WANTED— Experler.u'd lady slenograph- t-r, one w'tli Hour mill or railroad experience inefeiT.-d. Laralj..'..- Flour Mill Corp. SANTKH VUUIIK lady; apply at xvin- steud Kodnlf FlnislunB oiiicu, 2214 No- Main. ' XX'ANTED—To contract your cement work, sidewalks a spociulty. Call 177. 7 -lf. WANTED—A { not uecessaiy irl for ;in.iul offlee; experience e -113 South Maui. 3-1 XX'ANTED—Washings; work guaranteed. Phone 3068 iiiuruings or eveninga. 2-3t \X'ANTEI5—A BOIKI second-hand writer; Icleiihonu 52L XVANTI5IJ—Second hand furniture. Furniture Co. 'WANTED v'ltrl to assist Willi housework . in siiiu.ll laniiiy. phone 2»i;l-J. 3-H ' WANTI'ID-Oirl lit riverall Fa uporale bultoli-bolo machine. WANTED -To PhoiiQ 17h5. buy, roll top oak type- 3-6 Hauh 2C-tI desk. 4-6 KHI'AIKINO—Typewrltar; call 1422. 3-7 itory to — 3 -tf TO TRADE. T.. , i-iM.'1-i nirls over 16 Xl.lily In per- XX'ANTED TO TUADE—llonrl Maxwell W Maie"^ li Ji in liiuiidry. * Js -t! I Murine car lor young- leant, luiriftss _ __-_—- —.land wagon. C. XV. EgKlcston. South ~ } s ,,, 1 Hutchinson, 2 block* west of XX'olla store. ,"-lf : Also ono pair of two year old mules; cue ' year old Juck and 4 head of Jennies. 2-^ " WANTED--Cook and -i '.' odlut Hospital. Supi WANTED--.llr'ls for fountain work A. Ding Co. A. S 4 -21 WANTED—Cook. Apply at Day Nursery. TO fade Five room house In Partridge 160 acres western land for Hutchinson property. —Ask McNughlen. I'hone 15. 26-11. WANTED -Ulrls at Oodiiyland WANTED—A girl at Hon Tun. " POSITION WANTED—MALE. \VAN 'i 'EI'--Plaoo to work for board and room and go lu school. Phonu 862». 26-111 FOIt TRADE—Colorado poluto land for . I slCM:k of groceries ur good uuto. Sea U. 2-3l|\X'. Alford; pliuui) 11121 3-U j TO TltADE—Eiiully lu 4 rum houso, oo ft. loi, on xx'csi 7th for x'ocuiit property. Phone 1366. 30-11 POSITION WANTED—FBMALJL^^ W"AN"TEI')—Uy comiietcnt lady, position us collector or cashier. Address M-M, cate News. ______ WANTED—Position as buakkceper by lady. Address M-21 cait: News. 4-2t , L0*T. IJOHT- lielwoen McPherson and lrulchln- son on i'iuui Btrei-i road. Msk Nobby ; U'oaU lito, also 32x3ii. Leave al Ueuo- jjuick Co., Ilevyard. IJOST- Small chain purse, between Ninth and Slam anil Avenue A. Finder iiluasu jrotuMi lu Qul|fS Millinery ""o; receive re- yraixl. iy>ST—Man's brown coat In east iiai't 01 town; Kiwok on Stale Hank Of Stanoid Id pocket; ruward; call 678. L.OST—Solid rubber lire of aula trailer <i on I 'luin or North Main. CaU 1*1 5 :\*_uit or liUdue 2670-\\' 4-11 fa® IST^-Unndlo Jcl'enrh bull dog; split «ar. ivy. QST—Uundis of beddlaer with name ot ^Jtli %Wm- vtm* •»«•• »'»« FOIt TltADE Hyde Park East Third. !*ots on North Main and for roslduiioe. Call 531 11 -61 WANTED—TO RENT. WANTED—To iiijiHleru with dress N-81 cure runt, flvc-raom coltiigo, or without luruuee- Ad- Nevvs. 4-0 XX'ANTED- Five or ulx room house by family of two; no children; references; phone 1372. »-« WANTED To KENT—Five room modern house. Cull liwinu ut New* office. 2-tf POULTRY, FOIl SALE—llrown I^eghorn liens and ...thar clilckxt*; 'eel of 6 foot poultry wiro wtlir pusts aud stringers. 40c A east. Phone 309J. 8-31 FINANCIAL. uomi "iro LOAM on oily homes. Long terms on (nunlhly pay ment Plan. Farm loans. " THE K1NKMS AOISNCV. Phono WS. Btuto UxctMttgu liaok Bldg. W-sCiank u» »ul «fer »i', Mwlw I'lfune DO you Ntwa mt, PrlvnU loans uti furnttm". pluno, etj. Ij!u*y payments. 1 gtwrintm xvmL- l-« h-OIl KENT inorlein ex 1(ai We.-t Se FtTll Iti-INT—Moiiern house, except furnace; eight rooms and garage; 3uS West Tenth; phone 3I31I-W. 3-tf FOIt KENT—Five room house. 101S Eleventh east. Otto II. Webb phono tltS-W. l-'tdl KENT—Five-room cottage; lights; Iruiuirc 422 II East. gas 3-6t FOH KENT—To adults, nine-room house, 42J 11 East. 3-5t "FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS. F ?)lT ~KENT—Escelleut store building 200 block Ninth west. Also fixtures if desired. Phone 8D6-J or see Ben UmOoni. TFO STOllK HOO.MS FOIt KENT No and 11 east Sherman for rent, can combine 2-roonw. Coc Thompson Imp. Co. 16-tf, FOH RENT—Building suitable for suburban grocery. 603 East U. 1J-U NOT IC E—M ISCJEU-AmWyS;^^. WHEN in need 0 f carpenter work, con- uieto or brick for that new furnace room, coal bin, garage., residence or store, call us. New or old work, any size. XX'eatlier strips, plans and specifications, McLeod lluildlng Cons. Co., 300 Fifteenth west, phone 2786. 3-4 C II. JAMES, contraclor and builder, 'plans and specification furnished. Phone 39-F6. 8-tf, FOR SALE OR TRADE, FoTl "sALlr _TTTBADE. .LAND UAKGAiN. 331 acres good wheal land of sale at $16 , p r acre under the market or would trade and take in stock of merchandise In good location, located 3 piles north and 1 mile west ot Spuarvllle, Furd Co., Kans. Call or wrle owner Q. II. Johnson Spcarvlllo ,lCuusas. l-tl, Five rooms, 81,700. Five rooms and^bath, East Third, $2,300. $300 down ,balance monthly. First National Batik Btdg. will put the ground- in wonderful condition for planting fall lawns. None groxx' as well as Hyde Park. Let us show youAlie remaining lots for sale. BREATHLESS EAGERNESS British Public is Watching War Events in This Way- Now. Re^dy for You flew Fall Clothing for Men and Women Small Payment, Down, Balance $1.00 A WEEK Ladies' Waists Ladies" Dresses Ladies' Coals Ladies' Stilts , Misses' Coats . Meh's Suit- Ladies! Skirt, Ladies' Shoes Boys' Suitt Boys' Shoes Men's Shoes Men's Pants BOYS' NEW FALL SUITS 50c A WEEK Buy your Boys'School Suits and Shoes on credit, a small payment down, balance 50c. a week. Youths' Long Pants Suits, $1.00 a Week Ladies' Shoes $3.50, $4.50, $4 93, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50. Small payment down, balance 50c a week. Boys' Shoes 50c A Week COMER COMMERCE CO. 17-19 North Walnut St. Men's Shoes 50c A Week THE GOLDEN RULE GROCERY Deliveries 9:30 A. M. and 4 P. M. Wo deliver once n dny to a customer. • .30c , Rocky Ford Coutcloupoa.. .315c .lBc EVERYTHING SATISFACTORY Gains Are Being Made and There ii a Feeling That the Future is Secure., Klre, Theft, Liability, "Property Damage, Collision and Personal Injury. I.e*» than one-per cent of rthe stolen cars aro recovered. Tho steady Increase of traffic maken the hazard of driving ffreutor every day. l~t tie JnHure you-against ttieso risks at lowest rutea. --. ; - - FOIl SA_K. UE.NT or Trade—7-rooin Iiouao. No. 16 Twelllh went; nowly palnUHl, iiapciea and revarnished; modern cJicopl furuaye. Bee or phone Cart Nelson, 627 Uouth Main. 8 -tI t'Olt SALK OK T1IADI3—S-room scrnl- inodern coltuge, double garage blue grans lawn, shade tree 00 ft. front, will consider smaller vrujierly and difference. I'hone 1612. 6-if. |. - Oir~AI4S Olt T11A1J15—Tllieu lots on Ku.MHid avenue oust of Hum-street for equity la house or for good auto. Ask M'-Nugllten, 1-liono 16 . i-t! 1'tilt UAIJ& Oil TIV.VD13—For car. four lots lu the I'loventli block ou ldlglith east; iihuno G70-W. 2-6t FOR 8AL»^CJTV ^PtJOPBRT5r For hoint^i on paytneuts sec. C-roouis on luth t:60Q. u-ioonis on 16th 9U6U0. 7-roon_ on I 111 123110. 6- rooms on C, east ?10W, 7-rootiui ou Hth »:800. Shltiey lieajty Co. N. Malu Phone 13V. FOB BA1._—Three-room house and two lots, wulklng dlsunoe of Soda Ash, Box Uouid aud 1'uckiog plant: (7110.00. Can una l'"ord ou pari paymont. Phono SOJO. •100 lilSt A. S-« 318 west llth, St. new rive room house, (300 cash, balance monthly, —Ask McNttghicu. I'houe li. S6-tf. t'OIi SAI-U3—Two tttory six room residence. 208 13th West. E. T. i^ote, phono BIO. 2»-tf l"OK SAUK—A Urge new bungalow. c "ui- oiit baaoment, closo lu. I'hone 130B. — 3l-tr _l_@aj__i I Suitable for heating s plant for store or shop. Will be sold very reasonable* In quire at News office. 40 Acres .owned by noh-resldent. about one-half in cultivation, uthof half In graz- Ine land; within two miles of Nickcrson u good four-room house, 32x34 barn almost now; two gruneries, wells and windmills; this Is a dark sandy loam Ideal alfalfa and stovk farm. Tlita tract of land r.rlcod to sell; will make easy terms or would consider some northeastern Colurudo land or will carry back at G per cent. Compound (best grade) 11).. Bacon, per lb..:... Can Corn or yieas 2 cans Soui> tor 26a Sweot Potatoes per lb 10c Next Saturday we will have Hcluj Pork and Heans. Wo have plenty of canning sugar for our customers, fruit go to waste for want of sugar. P-tune 296. HARRI3CN D. KELSEY, Prop. NOTICE: ,.10C Blue Plums, crate $2.5(1 . Watermelons r.... .10c and 15c I,urge Holnz Sour Pickles, do:.....30a Heinz large Bottles Kotchttp.,... .360 free demotistrutlou^ql^- Do not let nny 321 N. Main. r you SAl-B-C room house; modern. lur< North Madlstm. S»-7 r'OU WALK— i lots and * rooui house. 300 F west- 24-Ht I^indou, Sept, 4.—Tho progress ot tremendous events on the battle front In France Is being followed with almost breathless eagerness by the wholo British nation. Tho most sls- nificant feature of Tuesday's devour­ ments was that tho expected German attempt to restore the positions of the Phone 15 for ijKow you. [ broken Wotan line did not ma; irlali/e. The failure of the enemy to irtuke such an attempt apparently la attributable to the speed and energy with which Weld Marshal Haig's armies were able | to press the advance on tho retiring enemy. Informed observers, however, continue to speculate on when and where the enemy will pull himself together. - Don't Expect Debacle. Disastrous as the blow already has -been to German prestige and seriously as .the German position Is endangered, experts here are not expressing anticipation of an early debacle and admit tho probability of some defenses being organized behind the German lines in an attempt to check the Allied advance. Some German prisoners taken in the battle talk confidently of the impending arrival of a great reserve army under General yon Mackonsen who will turn the tables on tho Allied forces, but obviously it ts impossible here to throw any light on such, reports. Whatever the future may hold the. actual situation is regarded as one of extraordinary proiri- IBO for the Allies and containing the possibility of the compulsory abandon, ment of tho entire northern German front. Including the Inlanders coast. On Southern End. While featuring tho dramatic developments on the British front commentators do not neglect to emphasize (he importance of the operation on the southern end of the battle line where the French and Americans are hold- lug against large enemy forces and making progress. French official communiques deal almost laconically with these operations but their value ni a contribution to Germany's defeat are not overlooked hero, Recognition equally Is given to the Incalculable bearing on the entire situation of the presence ot the rapidly growing Amor- jean army. Don't Fear Reserves. The military critic of tho Telegraph in discussing tho possibility of the Germans organizing reserves for a counter blow dismisses the subject with the remark that "tho counter menace of the American reserves will bind the German reserves like a spell." Commenting on the same subject the Dally Mall's critic says: "In previous successes the lack of strong reserves prevented victories being exploited to the uttermost. On this occasion Marshal Foch has In our American armies ample forces available If he determines,to press tho blow. "Wo are witnessing the collapse of tlie prestige of the Prussian military machine. We have the whlpliand as we never hod It before In this war and we hold It with a constantly Increasing reserve ot power, both In men and materitfl, against which the enemy has nothing comparable. The Americans, "The welsbt of the American army GUARANTEED Vulcanizing Retreading Double Tire Work . Five Years of Knowing How See us before throwing away your old tires. r PRICES REASONABLE The Wichita Double Tire Co. 205 S, Main Hutchinson 153 N; Emporia Wichita, Kans. f i ALFORD'S For ' GROCERIES. MEATS, FRUITS, s VEGETABLES, Are the Best Phone 1780 Alford Bros. Grocery S Market 500 4th East, LIIKCOILK S. DAVES C(W It.-W. Buld. rhono US. J-4t Tho very desirable business rnoin at No. 4 N. Main (er lease. Inquire 0' €®®°TIb ®_-is®iB Masonic Tempi*. 1 FAKM IXMNS? CITY I.OANSI . W *W«#ht»ul YjfflrH»UW *yjjd«. FOR 6ALE -^BEAI. 6STATE. FOIt BAUl'l-^JO ucrvs Uouo county tlocK mid grain farm; will *oll farm or wilt st'll lanu and till stouts, team*, and lmats- lUi'ms. For uw(,l»ul0JV *u« U p, i Wt. l_°__cire Tirseci, P««p, K3c_ soil, north part of city, one block from Adams St., Paving, $850 per acre, Sec owner, 529 W. 9tb Uc\ tm put that light Jn your b»<* Children. Ury FOR FLETCHin CASTO Rl A has not yet been thrown Into the scale but it 1*-there waiting to be released In positions which fill us -with the highest expectations and the enemy with deepest'eoncern." The Expioas says: "Tho hearts of the Allies ure properly elated and the Germans are heavy with foreboding. Jietlreiaeats, repulses and losses and with all of these the fear ot the American army, young, frefill and energetic ready for battle and ready and waiting for the word from Foch to slrilte, furnish cause for anxiety." TO THE WEST INDIES. Introducer! and Itcad August 30. 1918. Publlxhud September I, laid. ORDINANCE NUMBER 1342. Ati ordinance fixing And rtetunnlhttiK tire sriw .lnl a-lsrisstnonts lu be collected frtira tho uiiooirtc property' ctmrgalilrj witlf- tlio Civt of corurtructllin of pa\-emtilll on Auli street from Ornflcrrnt boulrrviiril to Twentieth ntreel In the City of Hutch- j Inson. Itc it onlulnpd by the Iloal'il of Cum-* j mls-slonirm, of the City of Hutchinson, , Kit nans: j Section 1. Thrit the special assess! menu to provide for the piiynicnt oi the B :cost and expense of con^tructlnB tho ' !' pavement on Ash street from Crescent boulevard to' Twentieth street In. the City of Hutchinson be determined nnu apportioned UN shown In the next, section of thLs ordinance. Section U. The' number of annual In- slnllmetit» in which Mich lax is to he collected is ten. aud the total amount of tax heieby apportioned 'to each tract, parcel nnu lor'of'land within bald taxing district Is as follows: Crescent Park, First Addition. Block 1. North 18 feet of lot 11 * 34.33 l«ts 12 to IS, Inclusive, each •;'. East 1V« feot of lol_ 1 to S,' inclusive, each t * ,, S,!"! Block 6. 1-rtt 8 , «2!B.4ti l*ui 3 to 13, Inclusive, each 211,12 Lot 14 219.67 i«st feet of lots 1 to 7/ inclusive, each 3,111 Block 2. West it feet lot 3 and part of lot • •:" 10, each • 94.411 Liot '4 ..... 18S.B2 Ixit 5 240.S1 I^its d aiut 7, eaoh......^ 22ti .r ,7 . Lot 8 411.90 Lot 9 206.(8 Block 7, Lot I .'..',,»si»;« lxits 2, 3, 4. each..... 211.12 1 -03 5 230.46 ; iMl 6 v 185.79 West 26 feet of lot 7 ,.", 92-70 Section 3. The owner of any piece or properly liable to any such assessment may r^odcom his property from such Ma-, •blllly as'provided by low ana the City Clerk shall mall the-printed or iffltten notice -required by law Immediately upon''-; the tar-Ins* effect of this ordinance.. goctl^n 4. All assessments that sre- not paid to the City Treasurer within Hie thirty days after the giving of the written • notice us provider! In section three of this . Uirdiwtuce, sluill he certified Uy the Clerk and Treasurer to the County Cleric to be -placed upon the tax rolls for collection In . the same manner as other city taxes are collected and subject to the same penal- ' tics together with Interest thereon at a ' rate of not to exceed five per cent per ' annum, provided that the Interest collected shall not exceed the rate provided In tho bonds Issued fur which these assessments are levied. Section 5. This ordinance shall take effect and he In force from ami after lUt publication once In The Hutchinson Mows. Approved, September 31^, 1918. ' ••TIAN1C VINCENT, Muyor. It. II. FUNX, W. 11. SHiiAltS. ComBiJsslpners. Walter Johnson Is to Represent the Red Cross In the Islands, Word has been received from Walter A. Johnson, formerly with the NewB and more recently with the Topeka Capital, that ho is to leave Washington soon for Cupa, where he will represent the Red Cross la Cuba, Haiti and Santo pouilngo, There are four regiments ot Marines stationed In these islands, enlisted early In the war to bo the "first to go'' according to their slogan, and apparently they haro boon overlooked by the Red Cross, the If, M. C. A. and about every other thing outside the army and Jiavy. But they aro held there for a purpose, to prevent uprisings Injho islands and Mr. Johuson la to be sole representative ot the Hod Cross in tbeao islands, during the war. Mr. Johnson has many frlondg In Hutchinson who hope he will find the work to dp there ttiat is impossible (or hUa in trie army or navy and that he will make g Q o4 everyone toe**, Attest: ED M1STZ. City Clerk. (Seal.) LATEST - MPRQVES# II 7, Pasteurized clarified milk Is germless, keeps longer, Is picat healthful and safe to use, Ask for ours at your grocers. Ji.e can get It for you. Hutchinson Creamery Co. Bp2 Fourth East ^ Phone 446 When a man owns a houso .ttwt won't rent- tie does not' blame (be; bo says tup tQiyn la MchJsoB 0» ob e- :,i^.':-i.-.^_eii!Sfi

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