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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1924"^ THE HUTCHINSON NEWS/ PAGE THIRTEEN. . Talk® A Tenon* TTDtupon TDn© CEsirffM C®IlGnimaim© Audi "WlsM MmT&w,® Lsusid DRESSMAKING—MILLINERY (Cont.) KXl'EHT aeainstrcas, go out by clay; lM-si of reference. The I.yndun, lira N. Main, phone 310. Mrs. IHalnnn. MllriT-elnss dresamaklng; prices rea- Hi.nalilf. Phone S044W. ___ WANTKIJ—nrcoii inaklnn; Batiafauna ntr.nanlcetl. MIK. Haya, RH X. Mnln 12 PAINTING PAPERHANGING 12 4AS. WHITE wall paper store, S. Mnln. phone Ihin. Itcalilcnc.- 4'Jfn. A,NT151 J— I'nper hanging mm painting. Wt.ll paper furnished. Miotic 1017W. I 1 . W. Hnnrrman. 14 REPAIRING, ALL KINDS 14 ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL HRPAIU WOHK COMHll ELECTB1C STOUB I N. Main I'hone li'JI C. Plt'CK. upholstering-,. I^'oneJK.'*. KLKCl'HIO motor, itrmnuiio rewinding, repairing. Wo buy, BOII, rem used motors. HUTCHINSON AIWATUKE WORKS Phone 202. 7 South Walnut i'oitKluesjind Kuj™Rce3^aJJJMj^7j_W. Ui'IlOLSl'lOitlNa—i'frnt nlii-is work. Phono 8783.1. J. II. Itnglnnd. 15 LAUNDRY WORK 15 SJi^AniiLL'^'^Ji'l^-J^'HlCiiL- WANTBD-Washing and Ironing. We wash In soft water. Call at iltn If est Cth. Phone iSlniW. - WASIIlNtl and Ironing called lor anu delivered. Phono 354V.W, 18 SERVICES OFFERED 16 PAINTING, cement work; hullding estimate, free. 2 15 *fKASH hauling, nil kinda. I'll. UTiH.l. 17 RADIO EQUIPMENT 17 DUTCH RADIO TUBES—Numlicrs 103, 3". 201-A, 211U; guaranteed equal to any tubes on the, market; $-.26 each Call Curtis, phono 2775; 801 tt. Van Buren SON'OllA ItADIO CWith tho concealed horn) "CLBAU AS A BbjLh" Tone quality unexcelled, becauBo it'll clt wood. Same price as other*. Phone 3412 for demonstration. . 19 MALE HELP WANTED li EAUN tltO 10 $250 monthly, expenses Position guaranteed after completion paid as railway traffic Inspector, of a months' home, study course or money refunded. F.xcellent opportunities. Write for free booklet K-UUS. Stand. Business Training Inst., Buffalo. N. Y YOUNG man or boy over school at."-' for Janitor and delivery work, .Mutual Pre**, *JS W. Second. 20 FEMALE* HELP WANTED 20 KXPER1KNCED woman for general housework- Mrs, frank Knight WTTMKN to assist with liouse wc-rk; for her board and room.' I'hone .;i. 22 SALESMEN OR SALESWOMEN At once. 5 ladles to travel, demou- slviiFt and sell dealers for well known t.jlk't goods manufacturer. 125 to *o0 p,r week: K. H. fare paid; can also uie 2 local sales representatives. F.x- I.Mlcmo unnecessary. Qoodrlch Drug .v.. Omaha, Nebr. 5 vi.iJS.M/J.N warned for ftencl, Barton, 'Stafford and Pratt counties to sen li'anckc'* automatic carburetor coning for Ford cars and trucks. It is a success and a Rood seller. J. D. Bin- p.y, Stafford, Kan. 24 SITUATION WANTED, MALE 24 WANTED—Clerical position by experienced young man. Can furnish excellent references. Phono Vl- : WANTIOO—t'osltlon by experienced young man In gentlemen or ladles furnishing department. Can furnish excellent rt-f.-rcnc.--i. Phone IIS. 25 SITU AT ION WANTED, *o FEMALE I^DY with daughter 13. wishes to keep housa for bachelor on widower. Write Susie Miller, Stafford, Kan. WOltK by pour. Phone 2901. WANTED by young lady—Clerking liosltlon or saleawork. any kind, grocery preferred: experienced; In or out of city. Address I'-II. care News. 28 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE . 20 JBK A MILLIONAIRE. 100 .Million marks $1.01). Dig bunch genuine bank Issues totaling 300 Million JI.II0. Hot Vernon. 1836 No. lSlh St., Phlla., Pa BUY your floor lamp now, »1 down, $1 por woek. Xmas delivery. A won. dm-ful Una to choo.se from. Harmon Furniture Co. W*a4 SCTOHIIIIIB VOH SAlil^-iui) Huff l^Khorn i>ui.«in- T.0 Huff Orpington jiuDeta; fif. Huff Orpington lwiw, ono -lUtl PJJK 'Jucen iiu-ubittor; ono r»00 chick colony bt'O-m- •r: one gasnlino mgtne and pump jack; one wot of .SJUKIO Work Jwuni^ss .mil collar; ono Ji'-inch plow. Vhono 471*2. II. M. <-l.imWo. nl discount, —ask McNuKhU'n! yOli SAI-K—Ilfdman Chock WritT^ $15.00, reffuhir prio* f-10.00, Sea CMf- fniil Teller. Mown nffic.-. FOU SALE—lllptfest Bargain in-Electric Washing Machines o.vor offurcit to the public. Tho "AiH'X*' now ijein^ •old at special aula for one-half tuo rctnii (k'.iters pr/ee at (he Hutchinson pondcrt Warohouso—701 East Seoond street. SOH SALU—Ono Maliopany Libtary desk and ono Mahogany chair. Call at fitO Kant Rhermun before noon. Foil SALE—Huavy muy wajjon; i gasoline gam >r o tank; palvlni/fd water tank with faucet, an-i i-owr, » %Vhtto Lumber Co., 101 W. Shenuan. Vhnn« 65. FOR SALE-rApnle wood. Phone FGlt SALE—llt<-ycle. 51U .0D; 111 Mh East, murtEageK. —ask McNaghten; t'liotii-- <S5. FOH SALE—Munuru for lawns. Cut 1 ilSlOJ. MAdAZlNE subscriptions. Mrs. lna KHr-s. :117 r:: L «l Vourlh. Tli IE ];.ur.ains-'J):;J; I5..U. a0\H ;<<i'.*!i. mid ;i',a m. tubes Jt.io l>u- Mill 'In:- Co.. 1VJ E. Sherman. ^ 27 M (SC E L L A U EO U s" F O R 27 SALE OR TRADE r JT .t Til A DM—A 4-room houso lor tea in, waRon and harness, inquire 4«U l-iast Campbell. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 28 CASH PAID FOR GOLD AND KIl,- VEIL L M. ill SHOP. 11 WiSST 2N1J. \vANTi -j D—Ail kJndw iiw -i 'i mi ni- lure; ono ploce or an entire houseful. Crook Fumituro Exchange Co., phone CG. WANTED to buy—Good used plauoa. 29 WEARING APPAREL Z9 Mrs. Ina KU.53, phono 2728. 317 East Fourth. HUMIEKT prltva for MIKII'S clotUHig and PIHIPS, I'hom* MfiS.r. VHKD CLOTHINO anri fancv worK e.xchan^e. (MET ^ THIKET Shop, 21« Went fith. IMioiio 1752- \V. 30 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 30 A SPECIAL Prlco on a neaUtlfuICon- Hoio Vlcimla, Period «tyle, mahoR- ntiy. Jenkins JfitHic ('v.. 12'J N. Alain. FOK SALE—N6W piano, Ubc ra l Ul»count If sold HOOD. Tel. 2o7S, PIANOS, MOSK'AL 1SHTRUMKSTS. Star I-Mano ?235; WhitltiR ?!*.(); VORO •Hiioi Uruiifiwlok-$nr>; Vlutor JUt»: Co- hiinhln *0P; Violin ?10; mn)n ¥47. Eitpy ifrntfl. Karahau^h-Wiley Music 1 -"•] i;< rt inc-nt. I'MUX' »t!KAP(ia, J1ANJ.) JMSTJIU- Mi.Miln —lii unriuMch. ' ?ir>0; Console, Vlctrola. ?J0; Columbia. $«0; liirwo Etll.si.in, $18.>; C-Moiody Saxopt)"ue, $95: C-uliar, $15; Banjo, $17. Easy teiiv*. ilORAILVUGH-WILET ML'BIC DEPT W. it. BAI«IJ Pfano Tuner, Phone 410QJ HEAL harpnlu in new piano, beautiful instrument, fujty guaranteed. Phono 2H37.J". YtfTTIUiLAH repaired, any make. Ph. IW. 'MnytMtl ai»«lc Co., jfj fe;. ] a t, \V 10 A HE making a special tirlco on several slightly used rolls. Ask. about those. Jenkins Music Co., LJ2 X, Main. WANTED—To buy used pianos; May. Held Aiuslo Co. Phono 90S. WE put in u^onograph springs. "iHVtY." Phillips. Phone Gilt. WAKTICU to buy—Suverai used . plano-s for cash. It. G. Philips, Phone ('..p. WE JtAVE sonic bargains in record cabinets. Thoso will not last long at the prices wo ask, Jenkins Music Co., 122 N. Main. WE HAVE a few Edlsons, Sonqro. and Hrunswlck phonographs to trade ror grood used pianos; Veatch Bros,, iz\) N. Main. 31 HOUSEHOLD GOODS 31 "Apex" Electric Washing Machines at onn-half tho retail dealers price. A first chisH-A-1 Stanriard Washing Machino ha« never been offered to tho public at ihis ridiculous bargain. Tiiey are to be seen and had at Th*> Ittitch- inson Uondrd Warehouso—701 East Second Hiro«d. A JtUU, stair carpet, sectional book- CR.SP. llnoh-um; cheap. Phono 1477. A NEW shipment of buffet and mantel mirrors. Xmas club plan, $t down $1 per week. Harmon Furniture Co. 13EAUTIKUL Peninsular hnseburner, size IK. Used ono season. Piione 1R72. FOIt SA LE—Clark Jewel <MIS COOK tiiova; Lorain uveti, heat regulator; used only short time, perfect COIHU- tlon; also lladlant heater, HKe new. Phone 3572M FOU SXLE—Ivory bod. piano ajid piano lamp, und light Ford truV.k cavrl^r. Tel. -337 .1_ oveningfl. _ FOU SA LE —iiasehurner In fine condition: alio good hufffl. Call 3744W. FL'IINJTC]:E. Htovrjs. llf. East 1UU. HHHIEhT cash prices paid lor uii kinds of used furniture. Nothing too good; nothing to poor. Crook. Furnl- ture Exchange Co., phone i>6. H < > MEM A U E co m for 1 s. Phone 221?. NEW and VKtul FtirnHuro, heating stovA, ranges and gas ranges. Our price. 1 ) aro right. W" are In the market for good furniture and stoves. Hay Workman, -U2»4 N. Maple. Phone W41—U.74J. TLAUE your old furniture for new. Phonn Khaffers. 49ft. WANTED—Furniture, rugs, stoves; highest pr*oe3. Johnson Furnlturt- Co., Phono ai>4. Vol J can buy a genuine McDougall Kitchen Cabinet, $1 down, $1 per week. Harmon furniture Co. USED furniture, upholstering and repairing, furniture and stoves. Hlld- yard Fnrn. Co.. 100 East 7th. Ph. 1'iy. 32 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES SI REPAIRED—RENTED, BOUGHT—SOIJD rhono VS'J COS N. Main "TYPEWltlTEU JlEAI.HjUAKTEltK." AU malus of Slightly used and rebuilt typewriters sold on E-£ payments; (ixclusivti agents for Itoyal and Corona Typewrit era; rentals, repair work and KUpniics; retisfuiaJile. RENO TYPLJ WHITER EXCllANCr 405 N. Main. Phony :itiu:«. 35 GOOD THINGS TO EAT 35 CALL NFS for pears, and pumpkins. apples, honey CHILE, Hot Tomales, Iiamtjergers. The best in Hutchinson. Try them. C. and E. Lunch, F.ast 1st. P'..one :ilO. FOU HALE—Turnips, ?1 ft bu., delivered. Ph. ltfK'J, 712 W. 1st. A. P- Cram. LHXH) l'ltitipkln and Mince 1'les, cakes and liopcorn balls. Phono 1144-.I HOOD jioniii baking. Ph. 1144J. 38 LIVE STOCK, SUPPLIES 38 FOK SALft—Biff tyr'fl Poland China boars. Some extra good boars siren by Premier by promoter by Criterion. Vum is Jade by Nojtsirto Kit by Pick ettj Orphan. These boars are out standing breeding prospects all hnvo been vaccinated and are priced right. For frther information, address Heth Jones. P.ox OL Hutchinson. Kansas. FOR SALE—Two fresh cows; G Hoi- stein heifer calves. Phone 1209-J. W 11. Crow. l :> ( 1) t ISA! A>1 -Oholeo Duroo males. Phone tt>-K-U. C. W. Danrurd, 39 PUBLIC AUCTIONS 3» AlrCTlONEER—Peto Powelson. phone Midland hotel M4, Hutchinson. I can nlea^o you; At '1 V. M., Nuvembva- UHtli. l»a-» Missouri Pacific will well at pufiii- au '-tlon, Jo Ihc highest, bidder, nt Uwn fn-iu'lit depot, uiie liarne.ss mai 'hin- for the. aoci .nnt of the Pi -erl'^s Trans- f'-:- Co.. and n. ("*. Parks. T~iv n7L™H"ir ~u i~iudiTk iuicTion, 4. nuT j -i >utInvest of Partridg", Nov. -itii. 2.1 head h.gh gradi; .L-rHey cattle contesting of cows and heifois. Sonic [re^h, others fresh soon. N. A. Caa- sldv. 41 POULTRY & SUPPLIES 41 ARCHER'S STANDARD BltEU Hurf Orpington Cockrels; 262D North Adams. Phone 3701-.!, BRONZE turknyfi, sired by 1st pnzo torn at "Arktuinftfl Valley." Mrs. O. O. Wrlwht. Langdon. Kan. ItARRED Rock cockerels, $l,U6 to $11. Mrs. Will Love. TMrtrMg. PITBXTC SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS At 'I o'clock I*. M., Saturday, Nov. 22. at j-e.sJd»->iipe> No. L'it West 14th Sti^et. in the tMty of Hutchinson, the huuHUhold good-i of tho late Louina M. V,\A\ will be sold at public auction. Among the articles in bo sold are iho following; Cpriuht piano, bec( Bteada, springs anil ma'tic.wH. couch, dining routn table, china cupboard, klichen cabinet, ice chest, kitchen range, sowing machine, kitchen table, rockers ttnd otlur chair;;, oil stove, three rugs, and numerous other articles. (i. W. NORRIS, DANIEL CAREY. Executors. Pete Powelson. Auctioneer. * FOR HALE—IJronxo Turkeys; reasonable; Phono lltitj—Darlow. FOR HALE—White Wyandotte and White Leghorn Cockerels, FOR SALE— '11 VV)iili"~J^«gJiorn Pullets. May hntelvMl. Phone :m:ifiJ. PoR SALE—Barred Rook cockerels, standard mating from heavy laying strain. W. 71. Ward. Nlckersnn, Kan. FOK SA1 Pbon -Turkeys; A. M. Bowser. J1U5 rmrlow. Live and Dressed Poultry IIENNINGSEN PitODUCE CO Phone 77H. Wo deliver. FOR SALE—Some fine- Burr Orpington and Buff Rook Cockerels; a pen of about B0 laying Rock hens. Mrs. Eilnln, Silica. Kan^. SINGLE COMB Rhode- Island Red Cockerels. Phono UN3; John A. Morgan. 42 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 42 DO YOU WANT TO OO INTO TILE RETAIL CLOTHING BUSINESS'.'— Ono of tho big clothing manufacturers with a famous nationally advertised brand, La desirous of having its proposition handled by live-wire men with a following and an ambition to succeed, backed by Proper ability and experience. Many young men over tne country have gone into the retail clothing business with this proposition and have made great successes. Young men of this type are invited to address Box Q-ll caro News-Herald, giving full details, Lnrge cnputai not necessary. _ 1MVESTMENT—Offer $10,000 7% preferred stock in amounts of $L00O or more. Dividends payable semi-annually. Established concern. For further Information, address J-1L caro News- Herald. WIDOW has $10,000 life Insurance money to Invest. Investment must be safe and returns absolutely guaranteed. State nature of Investment. For Interview. Address box S-ll care News-Herald, 43 MORTGAGES, STOCKS, 43 BONDS WANTED by resident owner—A loan of $M0O for 5 years Rt 7%, interest payable quarterly, secured by a first mortgage on said residence. Loan may he completed any Unit, within the next sixty days. Address R-ll, caro The News. 45 MONEY TO LOAN 45 Plenty of ready money to buv, build, repair, or imy off present Joan; will loan up to 60% of value, you pav back principal and interest at $13.33 per month for each $1,000 borrowed; we want to talk with you about it. Coe- Thonison Improvement Co., Masonic Bldg-. Phono 752. GET 7% on first mortgage real estate security, —ask McNaghten! 1st Nat'l Bldg., MONEY to loan, smalt amounts. Welfare Loan Co., 15^i North Mam. MON 1.0Y~TO LOAN ' Improved city property or farms. —ask McNaghten. h% 6H% 6% we represent loan companies with millions avallabio to place on good Central Kansas farms, 5% with moderate commission, 5W% with small commission, or G% with no commission, Annual interest. Consult us now. THE COE-THOMSON IMPROVEMENT CO. Loans and Insurance. Cash available now to repay the loan you now have and reduce your monthly payments by placing your loan in tho Salt City Building l^oan fi: Savings Association. From an investment standpoint, our stock is sate, solid and secure; whip your lazy uui- lars Into producing a guaranteed t>'i. dividend. Let us call and explain Building and Loan to you. E. CAREY. LLOYD BROWN, President, Secretary. 503 X. Main. Phone 1*7^, $1,000,000 to loan on farms, Mewlm- Manning Loan Co. ,„ FARM loans, Anderson investment Co., Phone 53S. 27H 3. Main. 46 AUTOS AND TRUCKS 4b BETOOK OSEH3 CAMS AT LOWER PMCES 1020 Bulck Touring 1921 Ford Roadster 1316 Ford Touring 31*16 Four cyl. Siudobaker 1920 Jordan Touring 1919 Studebaker Big 6 Touring Cadiitac Touring, P.Hit Mar mou Sedan HCVi Studebaker Special Six 191S Bulck C Touring Will Willys 6 Touring Oairlk Motor C@ a Phono 400 110-113 W. Second AUTOS AND TRUCKS (Cont.)^ mm CAMS' 11)23 Ford coupe i'J2'A Ford Roadster, starter . mix Bulck Touring l.'2i: Buick Touring,'now patnt 1H20 Chevrolet F.B, Roadster l'-i'tl Ford Touring KMii Dmt Touring 11*18 Maxwell Touring Model 53 Cadillac Touring, cheap 7-P.issenffer Touring, cnenp Lots of othep low priced cars. Lot ua know your needs. f l%0 Used Cnr Market T.. ,1. Siller. Opp Convention Hall 1 Foril setlnn, Kood rneclmnlcil condition, extra tires, for {K >0. 1 Ford roadster, 11 new tires. t\0. 1020 Ford touring, starter, demount­ able rims, new top, $110. lli^l Ford tourlrit,', first clnss condition, slarter, demountable, rims, $125. )3»:'l Otevrolet. louring, 6 swd tires, pood condition, J125. Itrand new Ford sedan, hnlloon tires. Xew Ford touring 1 , n real ImrKaln. t new Ford coupe, estra tires. F.sse>: coach, looks like new, complete with. 5 tires. Moon Chummy roadster, this car Is a bargain %it tho price wo aro nsktng for it. lon-ins-uo West 1st. in:: r>ods« nrothers coups HodBo Urotliers 'J'ourlna 1D2D l'odgo Ill-others Sedan 19;i Dodge Urothers Tourlnr 191!) Ilodge. Ilrolliers Tourlns 1822 Wlllvs-lvnlKht TourlnK 11'21 Nash TourlliR 1920 OKlsmnbile TourlnE 192.1 Chevrolet Touring 19Ur, Chevrolet TouvlnB 191S Ford Sedan DODGl'3 UIlOTHEnS DKALBBS IN HUTCHINSON FOR 10 YEAKS ^irnaoM Amto Coiiapsiiiiy Phona 2707 2S Enst,First 47 MOTOR SUPPLIES A REPAIRS LAST Moinri we wrecked 24 cars. Windshield glass fitted. Tires and batteries. 22, 21, 26, 28 West Sherman. 50 ROOMS WITHOUT BOARD 60 FRONT ROOM—M^odern noma. Mam Phono ltiSU. MODERN sleeping roonis. 315 East Sherman. Mt)ltE)TN sleeping rooms. 204 W. 6 MODERN Hfeeping rooms. Ph. 2312J. N1CI.0 sleeping roonis close in. Phone U'fUW. 1Ei East 4th. SLIOEl'ING room In modern home. 12 North Elm. phone litSCU, SLEEPING rooms. Lii7 i-:ast Sherman, SLEEPFNG looms. 213 We3t Ftfin. TWO NICELY furnished rooms with hath; nt'O W. 1st, Phono 1758-J. TWO sleeping rooms for rent, furnace heat; ladies preferred. Phone 3760. 51 ROOMS WITH BOARD 51 BOARD and room; furnace heat. 126 East Sherman. MODERN furnished 2-rooni suit© close in. Board if desired. 24 East 3th. Phono 37. MODKHN rooms- Board. JiOtt w. ^n«. MOI.'ERN sleeping rooms; Mrs. spancs 416 Third, ea--H. 2t43, i^ICE sleeping rooms. Furnace heat. °'' 7 ^- S1 ^erman. Phone 147B ROOM and board for two, 206 A, east. Phono 252SW. ROOM, and board; modern home, 523 Fast A. « 52 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING FURNISHED cottage. 315. 306 W. 2nd. FOR RENT—Modern light-house Kt -ep" ing ru.'ms. close in. Prion** 1747-J. HOCSEKi:EP!Ntl romna. JOG ,V. 2nd, HOESEKtCEl'INti rooms- -ll W. nth. HO I' S E KE E PI N G room, 10 ti West Bigger. No objections to children. LIGHT HOUSE Keeping room.-*; also sleeping rooms from $2 and up. 20 S East H, MODiCRN furnished Jiirlit housekeeping rooms, r.Ol East C. 39»2J. TRUE]-; ROOMS furnished Tor house- k-.-eping; also 1 sleeping room. «n First, yest. TWO furnUhed housekeeping rooms, $.'1 per week. 313 East B. TWO nicely furnished modern light housekeeping rooms. 22« West isr. ROOMS and uso of kitchen, u: First .enst. 34 APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED FOR SALE—Ford Touring; 'class A garage; 1 2U West Sherman. FOR SALE—Dodne Sedan, cheap, or will trado body for good roadster body. Phone 211 FOR SALE—Or trade, lp^ p 0 rd touring ear. Phone 3412. FOR SALE—Ford car, cheap; call 12J 5th west, phone 2U7K, NOW wrecking K-4i. Bulck; :>7 Olds- moblle; FonU and others. A. 1C. Johnson, lfi South Washington. Ono Ford Touring' 1P24 Olds Sedan Chandler Sport Touring. 1320 Hup Roadster. APARTMENT CIOHS in. furnished or unfurnifdiM. Call 208fiW or 14»1. UNFCKNISHED nice front jrooui, bath, water, lights, gas, phone; on ear line; 50i W. 5th. Phone JIDa-J. 56 APARTMENTS FURNISHED 55 FURNISH ED—Two room apartment, connecting bath, private entrance; 117 East Sth. Phone 20:19 w FOG 1room u pa rtment. 'IT. E a at Mo6i:RN ants. a"nd rooms. 5l0 E. Jst. MODERN apartment and sleeping room*. 100 l^ast Fourth. MODERN furnlshcil apartment. A East. MoDEBNf Furnished Apartment, 212- 7th. west. STH1CTI.V modern niivaie apt. 2T*1 itW HOUSES UNFURNISHED (Cont.; FOR RENT—10 rooms strictly modern except furnace; excellent condi- tlon. Phono 22ri."» or Jhfi.i. l-'Olt SALE by owner, 2 »ix room houses, 7ftS and 710 East Third, tn- Pol' It"ROOM couTi'^n ju. Six ro..uns, bath; close In, $20. Eight roonis, 12*.'. Phone in:,4. FoK HUNT-Klvft room house, moa- ern except furnace, $20 month. Call FOR RENT—House at 724 N. Starr. Phonrs :i7r .nv FOR RENT—!) room house in Hutchinson, newly papered, varnished, ad in first class shape. Modern except furnace. Double parage, $22.50 nio. Cla l, Jj'__Baf:11u.». Abhyville, Kan. F< »R RENT—Good modern room ''"ting*;_ff^rg-pe; e ln< " > I"- Phone 323". Eoll RENT—5-room new, modern *'nnBfil_ow to adults. Phone 2217. E1VE nO'J^'t cottago and garage; 215 Sth West. PAY off tho loan on vour home nn easy monthly payments, --ask Mc- NfiRlUen! First Nai'l. Bl'tg. RENTALS 420 Kast Osborn, small family, $12. 413 A i:a«t. strictly modern, 2 baths. 215 lIth West, 7 rooms, garage, $30. 511 C East, 6 rooms, chicken house, •12. J*23 4t.h East, garage, chicken house, iilO 7th East. 6 rooms, garage. $30. BREHM REALTY CO. SIX ROO.M house close to business district; modern, garage for 2 oars; chicken house. Phono 2038. 410 West Huh; modern except furnace; ?20.<io. Call 1107 North Monroe. 6-RoOM modern cottage, with garage. 301 West 12th, RENTALS. 1 So. ChemlcnJ, 4 rooms...,,*..* 8 -W 3 So. Chemical. 4 rooms,....... «-00 Jst & I'alace, 4 rooms " 12.00 621 West Gth, 4 room 12-W 151S East Third, 5 rooms 13-0 pmo East 6th, 5 rooms L>.«u C00 East "F," 7 rooms If J '{ 422 N. Chemical. $ rooms IS.op 512 East Campbell, 4 rooms . 15 - U1I { 5^4 East 4th. 5 rootns $30.00 GJ7 West 7th, 5 rooms turn 37.&0 724 Eas tSherman, 8 rooms mod. 30.uu 204 East "A," B rooms mod 4t>.U0 .11 West 4th, Storeroom........ 40.00 100 West Sherman, storeroom,. 100.00 Till West 7th. 5 rooms 20 00 C2t West "B", 4 rooms 10,00 Steam heated office rpoms. —Osk McNAGUTEN! Realtors. Phons 656, • 1st Natl Bldg. Call 1555-J evenings. 6 Kt/OM cottage for rent, close in. Phone Darlow 1205. 57 HOUSES FURNISHED &/ 1. Furnished, S rooms modern, except heat, 517 Sherman W. $25.00 S. Furnished, 5 rooms modern, except heat, 120-30 E 35 .00 t. 6 rooms, modern except heat, 122 A East XL"') t. 9 rooms, modern except heat, 412 N. Washington 3U.UU B. 6 rooms, modern except heat, 20 "West 13th. «, 6 rooms strictly modorn, 80B B. Enst , 40 .oo 7- 7 rooms strictly modern except heat. 215 11th west 3».oii 8. 1 room 25x100 above Morrison Hardware. 9. rooms modern exceptihcat, 510 7th East 30.00 FOR RENT—My homo furnished; strictly modern; garage; 820 Sherman .east. Phone 2432W. FURNISHED—Four room cottage; lights und ffns only, Phona 204. FURNISHED 2 or 5-room cottage, quire 221 West First. STX ROOM Count; FOR RENT—Furnished or unfurnished 5 room cottage. Call aio» or 1022J. 60 FARMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—'Well Improved farm olos« to Hutchinson, 2S West 7th. Phone 1039 J. BUSINESS PROPERTY 63 FOR RENT—Rooming house; see Bunto Coal Co. Ph'uw us. b'j. S-apartment property with modern conveniences. 1% blocks of Christian church. 'Owner reserves 4 rooms and receives $95 per month on balance. Soli on easy terms or trade for firt-t- class Wichita property. Brehra Really On., Realtors, No. 9 East Sherman. ROOM for rent, 2.*ixl25 feut, 4Rt South Main. Inquire at 417 South Main. ROOMING hoys* proposition. 100 E. 4. 64 HOUSES FOR SALE B4 THREE ROOM, modern, down stair* furnished apartment; 223 E. 2nd. 56 HOUSES UNFURNISHED ob FOR RENT—Six room stricMv mouetn bumralnw, fireplace, donbb; garage; paved street; $S3; 6 rooms east li>in. sirieily modern, ?3ii: Fi ronins odern except fuuiuee, garage, ?2o. Hutchinson Investment Co., Realtors. Phone 400. A GOOD FURNACE will make your home feel good these, days; wo have a now 5 room completely modern hun- galow tliat you can move into TODAY and own by a payment of l.iim down. Two nine bedrooms with clo.-et* and bath between them. Good cabinets built-in kitchen. Back porch enclosed, light, airy >i basement with Garland furnace and gas, hot water heater, cement floor. Only 6 blocks from Sth and Ma(n. We believe this Is tho most complete home and biggest value- in the city for $3300.00. —anafe McMffi£M©nsi5 Phone CJT. tr D'J99W Evenings. First National Building. fi room house, water, lights and gas, $8&t); small payment down. l\k South Main. FOR SALE at bargain—217 F Eas and 301 D Ea.?i. Write Box 22 Geneseo, Kan. FIVE ROOM Kemi-inodurn house; close to car line.; bargain price. And'TSOp Investment Co., 27'i S. Main, rtiune LOW rate loans on business property. McNaghten' 1st Nat'l BUg. HOUSES FOR SALE (Cont.) 15-Yertr city loans. —MeNa»iiten! NEW MJNfMLOW^relKeTr^ 5 roonis. strictly modorn; beautifully dccnvaied; oak finish, oak floors; hunt in roftvfhJeni'/'S. Pric> Jl,S'm. Terms. lU»e_Ren[ty Oi„ R.»nlturs. FOR SALE—Nlce Tour roVmi eoftage with furnace, $ 14oo. Small payment. Bennett. t t Bensrot'^r. l*hone l"i>(, STRICTLY modern bungalow, f:ii:;>e.lK' up, small rash paynvnts; balance llkn rent; bargains In building sites; we exchange; what have you to offer'.' R. C. Getr<'t, Realtor. Phone 1 'te.i. Over Am. Natl. Bank. M^irOlh M®m Wmz® Practically new S room (.5 bedrooms) anil sleeping porch, slrictlv modern home, closo to 13th and Main, can easily make two apartments; consider cottage as part pay; liberal terms. BREHM REALTY CO. Realtors. Phone 42. NEW T» room stucco bungalow completely modern with oak trim in 2 rooms well located, for $4000. —msk M<sfflm&Mml Realtors. r.C5 or 3999-W. 1st Natl, Bldg. evenings. NEW 4 room hollow tile stucco bungalow; modern, except furnace; a nirty home; for qutck sale $2100. $S00 cash will handle. Phone 770. 100 acres, one-half mile from Haven, Ono of tho finest improved homes in Reno Countv. All fine soil, extra good Improvements. Priced worth thn money for quick pale. 210 acres three miles from Hutchinson, AU smooth wheat and alfalfa land. 120 acres in wheat now. Good set of improvements, 80 acres fenced hog tight. Priced $50 an acre under former selling price. This Is a real bargain, and 100^. location. 8 room, strictly modern bungalow. Northwest local Ion, paved street. First, class condition, nice large rooms, pipe furnace, fireplace, double garage, corner lot with extra building site. Price 14500, easy terms If desired. HUTCHINSON INVESTMENT CO. Realtors First snd Main. Phone 400, We Write All Lines of Insurance. Troy Markle, Solicitor. WfflDKt ©Sfotr Hays fine close in two apartment property in A-l condition, 66x165 feet. Out of town owner says get offer. It will pay you to ask about it. LAMBORN-MAYFtELD CO. Realtors Phone 17RS. 3 North Main. WE want residence loans, strnigiit or monthly payments, ask McNaghten! Buys This Home, Easy terms can bo arranged. The price Is below value, 8 life size rooms strictly modern, fine shada trees and very desirable location. It will pay you to investigate this offering. It Is a real bargain. Insuror—Lloyd Brown—Realtor Salesmen: Sanders. Sehoonover, Buchanan. What docs it mean to you to deal with a firm who has oontinually served tho public for so Ion* * tim»7 Satisfaction—Safety. Reasonable Cost, J. K. IBaiiky & SOUD Loan Brokers. Established H9B. 3$ ISann^aitowa New north end b room bungalows; solid oak floors, breakfast room, Can make good prices and easy terms on each. Built-in features; garage. Brehm Realty Co., Realtors, phone 42, 524 We--*t fith—ti rooms, 65-ft, lot, near school and trolley. only $1,400, terms. Brown Bros., Realtors, 15N. Main. I'hone 2S14. 66 FARMS FOR SALE 6b FARM BARGAIN DIRECT FROM OWNER 320 a. Haskell Co., Kan., 2*,ji miles county seat; nil level and best of sod; extra good state of cultivation; 10^ now In wheat; fine condition; 120 a. ready for spring crop; 40 a. grass; terms on half. Address Box 320, Huiehlnson. SHOES FOR BOYS and GIRLS—PART PAYMENT DOWN, BALANCE SOc A WEEK MEN'S SHOES SOc a Week Clolhing and Shoes for Ladies Clothing and Shoes for Girls Clothing and Shoes for Boyj Clothing and Shoes for Men PART PAYMENT DOWN, BALANCE $1 A WEEK. LADIES' SHOES 50c a Week Comer Commerce Co. 17-19 North Walnut St. FOK SAL!.:—Vacant bMs In tm-Mne.-ta di.s-fr , l/aviland, Kan. i'hone stjlv Ur. \\. F. Selioor. Hutchinson, Kan TRACTS FOR SALE (Cont.) J^ACTS^FOK SAL' F1NF. Chicken ranch: close to cuv easy term*. Anderson Inv, Co.. 2?'s S. Main I'hon» .VIS MI'.-iT KFI.I. 2'j act* impmvrft 11. <•!<«« ini will .<*k., Mei, e ;1 .,l, n.ent, prle, • mly »l.f.i.>; this 1.. a snap: otf"red for - <liy mly. limn.- KS' or i;s«. l.aml.nrn-M.-]\>fl,.M. 6S MJHUKHAN trurt, well iniprnvetT; e.iulppcd for raisins and hnndllnB iielu.nM. Nato Nettf licul Fauui, chie 1^ 3 ^r' 11 ^ tl ^ ct - close in, 2 ucres In al- falla « room house. li B hts ano (jas. larKe ham. Can lie bought like paying rent. (12i s. l'lum. KoirUlb Mmm Trsitc 1 } S-A unimproved North Main Mt Exceptionally uttranlvei sacrifice price. HUTCHINSON INVKST. CO. Kenltora. I'liorie tw. W« BSEIM If air ¥©ai SioS Aero Tract Do you want a suburban tract of 1-2 to 8 acres, with 2—3—4 or 5 room houso on It? Wo have tho tracts, welt ioented, near edge of Hutchinson, am) will build on any of them 2—3—4 to f> room house, garage and chicken house, and sell the completed property to you on reasonable terms; Or, will sell you the land on easv payments, yon to put up such buildings na you require, to suit yourself; Or, will #e!l you thn land without any down payment, yon to nso your money to put onto tho land enough buRdings for your own use, then pay tho land out In raxy payments. Let us talk to you about a suburban home on any of these, three pl.ins, REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES 68 FOR TRADE-Buifr.ess bldg; valuta at $2K.e; leaded tor 3 venr« «t $L.n per month; char, will tnobi on go«.a l-JJdi!? '* ^' 1 i '" u c, j Fhof.^ 7 it]. FO K TRAfii-I^Ni'.•7w7vT7o"om h..»u:ro close in for a snappy six loenos in north end; pay nt-h ri, ffe-Mi.:**. I.™_5'J:.::. I1 _ :J'.i:' i'_ IMl 'ji 1 " 1,r,! - KoU «AJ,E or 11-adV^Tfl' Toorir*at7lcn ly modern h^twi in foridi- tlon, good lot.'atlon, rertdunable terms. Phon- 'JJr.". or d.;n3. Tho Home Builders" No. 1—Five riiom s»'-ml-modern co f - tnt(e. Corner Jor, thixi'J.". i n -l. Room f"r two more hou^e.^; two bio*-its ...ff Main. AU varieties nf fine mill. th« etntre plaeo is enclosed with a good ivuvi'ii wire fence; dandy shade, and blue gratis, i.uvii nr.e.uol thn h.-n^e. I'rtes $L'L'!.n Oil, first morrirai;« S13OH.0U. wlU take car and son:" cash for equity. No. 3—U'.O nrren, Stevens county farm. SO acres in wh»ml. On tho main highway between Sifanta and yfo*- row. Owner will ex''h.Tiig« for h'-mn In Hutchinson. Ph'-tie <ViO; evenliu-' l^rr^v. 307 l-'ii'^f National I'.aulf I'tjhding, 70 W \NTED TO BUN WANTED—A few hundred fries See me at Rock is'and Stio« Sh »p. 317 S. Main. With tho live Realtor ot the City It you tloslra to sell. If yoa prlco right we will do our pivrt. Wo never Hat a property that we do not advertise, and If tt In saleahla, vre tan «<>U tt. EdL Mo M©OEE B -Il©al3w and Insurer. Ill East Sherman Street. OTer 60 yeara In Hutchinson. 3 n& A ' l M.* FRANK PILE. Msrr. Real Estate, MY HOME, 191.1 NORTH MAIN Two story, heavy tile construction, stucco. Two fire places. Standing oak downstairs; upstairs while enamel. Oak floors throughout. Sleepinpr porch, breakfast room. Various built-in features. Beautiful light fixtures. Full basement and fruit room. Stucco garage. Should be seen to be appreciated, Phone 63—Evenings 3364. • TfOiie Stole JanaSflur CtmSIteg® May Locate at Nlelterson. We have T.S acif-a adJolnliiK Xloker- non on the north, close to good schools, close to paved load. 20 minutes' drlv* from Hutchinson; houom laud, good »oli, wandy ouou/rh to work good, all In cultivation, alfalfa, nwect clover, fruit, shade, fair Irnprnvementa. city water and liRhta at hon^e and barn; prlco (lu.UOU, in,-. SI.000; will irado for improved farm of m.o-e acres of etpiHl or le.--H prior: will KO weat; we will he glad to furnish you with details. Improved 100 acre farm In Finney Co., will consider good lota in Hutchinson. Alao 1.10 acres in Kearny Co. for llutchttL-on lots. CffiEM!r=lGtydl5 flaw. C©. I'.OI Ui Natl. Fhone. 22TS. lib LOT FOR SAVE HYDIO I'.MIK aiRNEB A ItEAi, HAKOAIN From owner. Atidrcas Uox S20, Hutcii- iniioii. Above litnds all In one body, appraised at about halt value, and must sell to hlRhost bidder for cash, at not lesa than two-tuirds of anpr;\l9''UH;nt. To Settle Estate of C. E. Lewis, At Court House, Liberal, Kunsas, Monday, November 24th, 1924 at two o'clock V. M. Southwest quarter Section 34, 32-32, Appraised at .$2,000. Southeast quarter Section 34-32-32. Appraised at $2,000. Lots 2, 3 & 4 & so. half NWtf Section 3-33-32, Appraised at $3,000. Southwest quarter Section 3-33-32, Appraised at'$1600. Northwest quarter Section 10-33-32, Appraised at $1000. Lots 3 & 4 & S'A ot XW'A Section 2-33-32, Appraised at $1800. At Court House in Dorltje City, Saturday November 22, 1924 at two o'clock P. M. South half SEj-.t Section 29-26-25, Appraised at $8,000. Lots 1 & 2 in Section 32-26-25 (59j4 acres.) Appraised at $4940-50. Thean laiida in Ford county He two miles west, ot Dodge City, all bottom alfalfa lands, $150 por aero luts been refused for this, and will sell at not loss than t<vo-thfrds of appraisement to highest bidder. Grcensburg, Ka FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS—Nerve. By Blosser 40 PET STOCK 40 lilt. O. I). MOHUAN VKTKKINAUIAN fipeciali'/.ing' lu dugs and eata. lii Kant l-'lfleenth. I'hone '.'J4. ii(A),\j';jJ pedlKreta setter, SStl, lino looker. Wire. C. C. JolitB, Sis Lewis SW Marauhln, Tenu. WHY, I GO EMECyPLACS j IMTW.' DACX.= 1 E^JBN VMEMT 7U.G0O&H T»t' 1 I'M GSAVE r AM t GOT AU. KINO: OP A)E2vg; j r ,.._ ! ^ • ^ / ':\ W?VS 7 li

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