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PAOK TWICT'.VR THE HUTCHINSON NEWS THtmSBAir, SEPTEMBER lSj M8. Honftdb8ms<a >nu N@ws QfflssiiB®dl JMk FOR SAL»—MISCtLLANIOU*. Full S.\ I.L - --< Jnni] sniinii wnrk RtiJ flintm (lrivlPK hui-Be litiKKy nlld hHmc.**. IfiO.OO; nun small malv in tc-il, Hound mid true, J4d. f, u: one yuarlliiB ami llolstcln hpllor, Ifi'J; Inn sown mi*! IL pigs, chnlro lota mi i,'i ly-Kliuni IHTI- Young at.il Kcrrls strain, i i.vi.' I-I.-JT \ wVi]mV:'\i:il"iNSBH- "jwlth tl.rr-i' m;il<- l.lrrts »C0.00; T.-n JounR im-ti. 1'nur I'lMtka west of Weill tlrt.L'try H"iilh Iliilr-lmlst'U. Kiins. ll-lll CLAKHll'll-.l) AliVKnTlHII'O IWTIi • ONI-: CMNT A WUIUI LAIMI INM-.lt ,, • TlnN Aulirpvlat'Hiu, nr.U MTIOH or in i • UniLs or iium-'i ills '.'"Unl n» "'»•• w or ?; , l-li<li-r this plan rlMHlll'il mlvcrtisiTS Ih.'lr a 'l Nnv« cliiFAltn"! ml* orn J tnK.'ii by i.lw>o.- tor your uci omm"<;a- t,.n, an.l all b.lln arc <lti<- nnd payublo ll„- (lay IO.IMWIIIK thl- lla.o I. I WW- , tw.-ti. V.'u cui os-ilsl UH laafP''i l ''>_y y-u l<a\ thr i-'Jil»' stlltiitt'in of Blalumotlt. A1UTIOM SALK HMunlny. Sf-i't. II. l::t*.' l>. in., at 26 .*li"l mnn str.T-l wi'sl . l''ii!lillliru of all Itln.ls. (aid's i liAir.s, IWHIS, ip.ini?!,. dlpsa- ^-.^i .... - •"'l r-ooUlriE; s*lo\c. a l.ii'K,' .H.-i'l raiijf'\ •cil'M- pruiMi-'liy <>;i prn- •' i.^j fr,-t itni.l.n hose .ami many t.tlii-r ar• ti. i'.« rliunr li'lH. Austin AmlrrWH, 12-at • » * A SI . 1> »:t . i>: s» u t.i II M I S.I n XI . It »:; . T s: . t: M X ».i . * • * lli-li • .\U«'t. ' KllH SAIil'l . IMtti'ln liclfiT"i. 1\ |air«- tir.d ,-iTvl rc^i^lf r^l. r,0 vr-ry IIIKII Knidei, ' l>.--,-iiitifully mark'-d . Many will ft-nation M »on, Will .'rll i -hi'icc. aa many as you want. Kins o 1 1 lit- l J i.»nllai--i and King t -'t 'K-ts IVutiii,- lirri-dlng. Nona hptlt-r. V. L .Marlin. lU-IOt l-'i'll SAUv-Ts-|ow:tter. Smith Premier, No .2: Trl-cliroiiio ilbhon. In «'\c,'llent ' ondltlou . Tor ,*alo cheap. Iiianvnict Manufa< tiirtiiK t.'oinpaliy, 2's \'ivfl Wrst. u -::t WANTED — MA.LR HELP. and I" to I nk i? part In |. IIIK.. ' 'UK'- ::un MI:N T..KA.n..K v ...l >,V.'U , , ..i...-« 1 WAU .f.v.iar.'*-... SI :ili ^|.|.l Hutchinson Typowrllor Ou. UOVAl. TYI'UWUITKltS Itartralns lu Kebullt Mnclunes. Sil! UorubJUKb-W Hoy Ulllg. 1'IIOIIL- 3080. tS-ll l--.il I. •i s .| suits Oalaio- ! in WANTKI th.it !..•>, '..'i tall 111--lit dim li. youth.-, t. I.K pant* Mitt* }l •Joil'IIO'i \ f I'o.. 17 rt; I'J s. \> \\'AN"n:l>- \ t'-w p(.'i.""li.i o ut li-ntalr. to l .'.Llli latit.dry tnani'itt t.'.slti"ii^ for f'"il p* In |iii>on at , ur Main '.'Jlo -i Stiam l^njnilry . rvA.VTI-.-l'- M.'ii |o buj suits. to »«;,. a dovn, haiar.i-'' SI a wri- *»V'..'U . t'oiin'1 I 't 'tumcrcn •lV..lm!t . •i. y Mii.i'l wrpk. t'oimr , i mil. II ft « SKaiXH-IIANH tlri« and liibm, all eizi't. W'c huy old casings. l-'or guaranti'Od tvimlr vtuik aw us. Mld-t-'tate .Motor Tire iai. o|iposit« Missouri I'ac-Ulc depot, s-ir Kill'* SA1.I-: KIMirn oablnet. brealifaBl tablo i-luilm, ill ningv. b«l .dnssor ln« uuH-liitK-. Iiirui- ^i^t.• Art (.larland biirncl'. r.l Wi-sl 1st. l-'-lf •or HI. nlail-• »vi>rk. l'i' r - ; 11,1... Apply . Amet'tiali i:-3l Knit KAl-IO—Hue extra large ln.lteher' -.liowi-auo teftiKerator . This Is one we do not need and will sell ulieap. 1'urlly vlroci-J-y. 11-yt SHI" *ti'i rr TI ? b1 ' ll " n< ' ,, w i'nnl and corn lnu\ Wheal nverairrf to hu. thin nf ^J -rmi'; '*uJT l ' Ur t' """I" J 1 *'" R, 1 ?- ,,h ne * Khooi within soo >d«. m«. M 8 """V 1 houl "' Rn(l * ml,k "t> U1 "'. Bi-fvp nnd rront yard. ™,.n., n •.?!!"'»•. n,V crM .* K " ra 5 lf ' tonoreto blarttiimllh ohop. mathlni; ihcrf. a specially bum bulkllne for teed JK hogs, »-uii eoncrrtc floors a barn r or n hVad ?f« «lth br.nr-1 rlnor and in narirt of cntllti with concrete, floor; 2 mloo, 1 I „V*i?ii 65 'V^', ? n JS ,T0Dd * 0 1 ' <6 - t ? n - Evorythlnt <in eood condition and. prko nt- ftnnablo considering ucltlm ond t»rmi. UNCOLN 607 R-W Building AUTOMOBILKSi IDJgcgdl Cur POtK 8AL6 OR XS* D1, FOU SAI-B Oil THADK A 8((Uiirc* ?ecUi'ii of fine lwvet land, Kwirupy County, KHiisiut .seven miles north HarllJUid ,in fmo lootition. Sell or trndo f«r smaller inrin, KIKH] property of Ko*-ni i«econ<l hariO HUiuinobiles. l'rice «1 MOO. lncunibrnnt?, j" F| yuu, ruiw four years. o. 13. nnowN, 10-.1t KlugSilown, Kftiifl.ia. . . VOVL BALK OK THAI)IS. 1 I*>lMiixwcll in running ordrr, ?tnrter, I L.ANU BAHOA1N. ctn. A ifltt :\t JHii'.OJ 3 3i u cr eB goixl whrat Wind of sale at $1U I per acre under tho market ur would inifi Ain\ut>li. Ruwd tiros, engine ovpr- tnvde nnd take tn stock of luerulmndise in lmviiftl ar.J in fxt-cMuni slmpt* ' 'OMIO in unci look t iio.^e over, on a |.'iv-war uaai.H, : euod locution, lonittd 3 in lea north und 1 ' mile west oi SptutrviKc, Koid (Jo.. Ktina. l*rlcoa x'nii or wr i 0 uwncr U. II. Jo/m»«« itpcurviile .Kansas. 1-tf. Our tut\ - loratlftti . KOIl 3AL.E, _RKNT or Trade—7-rooin house. No, 16 Twelfth we«t; newly pitlnted, papered and revarnlshcd; mod* vrn except furnace, ri'^e or phono Carl Nflson, 627 South Alain. 9-If KOH *AL13 Oil TRAPlol—8-room Bcm(- nvKlern cottage, tlouble garng-0 olue (;ru«a Inwn, Bhudo tree CO ft. rront, wUi coopldLT amaller v j f u P^t'ty and difference. Phouc 1012. B-'f. SKCOND-HANO liutcainson la the logical muxit I»r nccund-hand automubllea. 1'roapMtivt buyers should waich ihla column for complete llsi of bargains. their n"'V tall MM.ill pajno'nl tilH"'< a a- " I'o., IJ & 'I N. 11-61 STKAM BOllJin. We have a low ptes.4Ure boiler for steam Healing plant, will be told at a \ery low nturo. See 11 at News Utticu. One ltoo TruSt R ifl'uutiV in rlrst-class ! TO fade Five room house In Portridgo conoahwfm.rpracl.taHy Sow "twins*' 160 "J 6 ™ WCSUm " ind ""• Ilu " : " 1 - 15c ' n and tubes. Anyone wanting a truck chasls pr '; l> ? r Y, can save money by looking this up. Three — ™ WANTI--.1'—A hoy lo oral worl, ah'-ilt i who eali ill U e a l-'"td. a.liver and do gen- ' me iust green Itons:.'. t'r App'V at i-1 I'" 1 -' WAM'lil lllllt,- I" ^ nii-nl and go' Two men at A.T.S S.I-. J" 0 ; 1 -IIIIVI-1 coal; sicinly imploy- iges; call at i-liuto i-t'l 1'iilt sALI-:~-l'oland China lioara, Shropshire bucks .and Jersey bull. Thos. Hall Dtu-low. Kans. i'hone Uarlow 21-9-H tractor. New. Can save you quarter ton size. 3-lf IKK l(i-:'0 II. p. Titan never ptowci' an acre. Cut).00. iCI) \V. Jiilh. WANTKI'-tVi- havi .Hal noddle ait'-"l m' heh"l'l" Cin -ly ''" snions for yoitn^' The Klehards- 1J --t Kull SAUK—Mango pejipeis, red ones one basket; green ones 10c l">tind. u. C. i.-itrts . Photic -77f>. 12-11 Hl.Ai-KSMITII - otae. in lo I' rjihmond, li "l p.od nil a per day. out -.d man at| K. T. Htahl, | 2,-II I 1,-ip'y town 3-tt Ki>n SAMS-— f.me No. 16 Smalley ensilage eulter, pipe and distributor. 0. I-',. I^u- iiui.l Plantation. 22-eod-ll WANTKI'--Cooper; steady w.rk; ltaiton .Salt Co. plant ot. down oflice. WANTKI i ll"y b.-iw lr. person. Model mil SAl.K-My grade ewes; Ft 1 im-'uiv. entire flock of lilgh- d McMurmy; phone 201 U-II an If, and IS; apply de.illl Ulutidty 2S-tl Hell hoy board and room. Manager, Harvey »'oU"-. Fill: SAI.H size 40. set. -One black L'hune 11-20. i-htffon coat suit, f.me mink fur 12-2t WANTKI i Mess. 10 with wheels. tiger bovs or girls, ovet- i'oslal 'T.-l-giaph. 10-111 WANT Kl' going to lH'llV •elloili l-y boy with whe l.'o!:/. hharmaiy. I; I 'l II-at Fult S.tLI;', -.Mi eseeptlonally good gas heater .lnnecda Laundry. Pliune ftl'i. 10-21 l*t>ll HA1-E—Latest medek Hinlerwooil typo\vi'lter same as new . Phone i'i 11 -31 Knit riAKt-:—Milium slr.e gas healer, iliasl eomllllon. 105 West 9th -St. 11-11 WANTKI J -Y experience. mug man, retail grocery i.iolil.n lllllc llroeery. Knit WALK—Cheap, drop head Singer sewing machine . loo ath Cast. lu-12 .Que of goiKl buggy bar- WANTED—FEMALE HELP. ,1, l J . : .,'g ll Co lll ' ; '''''"' Ul ''' ,i '''' W " rk ' ^^"lij''' 1 .''?-'.'';^!'- Phone gaa.f-13.-- lil-H ~ Hi S.-M.K---Hood organ and sanitary ^ couch cheap. US 2nd east. 10-1 GOV Kit N M KNT civil s.-rvu'e exam'-lia Hons I Hutchinson In S.-|.tenib.-r. >ioveriimelit . Cletk, teacher, Inspectl ess, research .let I. lypewrll,.',; salary J1200; f2ui.0; esperlunce | unnece.-i-arv. Women desiring B.oicn.-j nii-nl positions write for free iiai-tntu.a.* I FOR HALE—Kfve horse puwer motor at I less Fet^J .Stoic . 10-lr- Fiill SALIL—Fortl lloadsler and furlnture Phone .iMT-W. 12-U ami.icr i 7-Kli rjhermail east. range. 320 i; WANTFli "a llil'LSi lo ta„e pall in Tl IK Alll.h- Iii'KI'lKI.H'C FlltiaWnllKS .SPKCTA- CLF •Till-:- Wolll.D'rf Will" at Ma e Fair (Iroutiils. Night shows only. Apply 7-.2U to.light to Hinge Manager, at -crl- tral Hall, S>» N. Main. l-'e»T: SALK- Mango peppers. Phono C. \\ i-h.lslopher. 11-12 Full SA1.K- Feed Store. •JO iO-lb shoats. At Hess 10-1 FOR SALE—Ncw Kc-aiand fed 128 1st east. rabbits 11-tf WANTKI' -Ladles slcllls. ualsts and t a" paytneiit down, halanc Cumer Coinm'-ree Co., 1 tall! o"?' ., 1 , h '-!'\l '\' : "i,i .i:-;ii' I't'U SALK-9 A. of corn • a we'.-'a. ] li-JO \V ."Ui-d. i >, \\ ''jyuL | .SALK--ll«l heater calf. C • 1 topller . Pal O'FarreM 11-21 TOII SALE OM TUAL'F,—Bulck five Das- scnger In first-class condition; will consider diamonds ss part or all; call phone 1532W or 11 South Walnut. 1-tf FOlt SALH Oil THA 1 y£J—Three lota on Second avenue cast of Plum street fur equity In house or for good auto. Ask MuNaghten. Fhone 15 4-tf TO TRADE. F. W. UUNNINU. Sterling, Kan. FOlt SALK—-11116 Ford touring car, driven ;>,l ; oo times; demountable rims, shock ;ibai»rbers, scat cuvers, good tires, lots ot other equipment. Car is like new, llar- gain for cash. Pliono :W6o-J. 12-lt —Ask McNaghten. Phone 15. 20-tf. UENKIIAL Mcrclmndlso stock, Kcno County. 120,000.00. Trade for wheat land. ThomhlH's lCxchangc. 11-12 FOlt TRADE—Colorado potato land for stock of groceries or good auto. See 11. W. Alford; phone 1S21 2-tf COIIX OGHT I^ooks and runs like new; otteroi at one-half actual value; phone 700. 7-tf TO TRADE—Valuable lots near Miami, Florida, for Junk cars (any kind). Call at S17 E 3rd Su 11-lt FOR SAL KOR" TltAUE Studebaker 3J, Touring car ,ln good coiHlttton. Sell or trade. Inquire 11 1st West, Phone 243. 10-31 FOR SALK-191T Ford roadslor with ex- ira body and demountable rims; 24 Bigger Kost ;phone 131SW. Call at noou p or alter ti p.m. a-if RADIATORS Prompt services on repair work. O. K. Auio ittuilator Co., 15 South Washington. Phone i'30. 2-tf YCa'lt chance to buy at a bargain, if takne soon. Iteo or Ford, 10 model. Nearly good as new. Phono 1440. 10-it FINANCIAL. MONO TO LOAH on city homos. l*ong terms on monthly pay ment plan. Farm loans. THIS KIN1CL13 AGENCY. Phone 2065, State Uxchanfie Utink Bide- B-ir. DO YOU NEED $50? Private loans on furniture, piano, eLi. Hiusy paymeuta. 1 Sherman west. 1-tf KAUAI 1X)ANS7 CITY LOANS? —ask McNoehien! First National Bldg. 10-tr f5uitnble for heating platir for store ot shop, Will be sold very reasonable' Inquire at News office. The very desirable business r^fun at No. 4 N. AUIll for lease. Inquire ot Maaonlc Temple 400 Acres, ownr-d by «<m-resident, about onr'-half In cultivation, other half In gnu- InR land; within two miles of Nlckursnn; a gvHia four-room house, .lixttl barn almost new; two KraneHea, wells nnd windmills; this Is a dark vandy Ion in Ideal alfalfa and Mock farm. This tract t >r land priced to sell; will make easy terms or would consider pom« northenstorn Colorado land or will carry back at li per cent. ILUNCOLM §. ID>AVHS 607 H.-W. Duld. Phono 133. »-4t LADIES 9 Smart Fall Suits Small Payment Down, Balance A WEEK Boons© Savannas 4 room modern except furnace, close to IlRh school; nice luwn and uhnde. Very nice houao^and good investment for a rental property. Price only $1600.00. Tho location is worth tho money asked, C room houso on Kiiat 7th. $1700.00, 6 room house on Kaat Sib, lights, paa, eewer and water In yard, extra largo lot, Price $2150. Will give lenns. Good corner, 3 blocks of Main in center of town. 1 room house. Dandy location for an apartment house . Price only $2500, • % ca^'h. 2 Uoom house on East F. 2 lots, price $fi&0. Will pay 15 per cent rental. Trtrms $laO down, bid $10.00 per mo, wthout Interest . B room house modern except furnace, on Kast "tli $2,000.00. This will pay 12 per cent rental. $700 cash, bal. $18.00 per month. First National Bank Blag. TO LOAN—Private money lowest values. W. It. Brown. 200 1st Natl. Bldg. 12-10 FOR SALE—Ford Sedan liko new, equipped with electric starter, Ynle lock aim priming device. 17 1st West. 11-ltj CITY loans, any amount. Ncwlin Manning FOR SALK—Buick Light Six; five cord tiros. Uetroit iSleelnc Car Co., IS So. Walnut. Phone 3S1. 0-lt Cu. 11BV4 North Main. l'OR SALE—New Auto Tiro tubes, 20 per cent off. Mayfield Radiator Shop, lli South Walnut. 2U-tt FOlt HALE—1916 Oakland six. run less than 7500 miles. Call 14t»7-J "or 540-W. f 11-It FOR SALK—Ford louring car, 1916 model lu good condition ,(400.00. 531 East 3. 12-11 FOR SALE—Ford touring body and pair of lots; 14th West; phone 31-1'-*. 7-13 FOR SALE— Ford Delivery llody Cheap. 312 0th East . U-13 ONE Saxon six, nearly new. 320W 13tn. 3<-t: FOR SAL.E—Fords. McVoy Llvefy. S -tX W. Chrls- 11-12 W ^ K !?rd U d J r ';r .s U . "a y 'S ^M SALl^a-k folding bed; First li-01 - ! FOR SALK— FOx terriers . Phone WANTKI".— housewori' lly. th.od wa; Slioianin etisl competent girl for general No washing . Two ill fam- Mm. W. Y. Morgan, 1332. 10-31 11-11 VVNTEI'-A few experleti. ed -laundry workers, men or women . Apply at once In pe.son at our .Main office. American Slea.it iJiuudrv. FOR RENT—FURNiCHlD ROOM*. FOR RENT— Room, flrst-eiaas, In modern home; desiruble for teacll-'r.t; lady preferred; 512 No!Ill Poplar; phone 051. C-lf \V INTFIJ —Evperh need lady stenograpn er one Willi Hour mill or railroad experience preferred. Larabee Flour Corp. I'.ll'flll RKNT—Furnlshed 3 or 3 room cottages, io'i Ave F caal, and 507 Ave. IE. East . Phone 14s7 or lUIIO-W. 11-11 Mill lR.t:.SEWollK — Reliable woman, .-'lil.ig. Mrs. K. K. Lindas, phone| 3-lflFOR RENT- - Furnished collage for win- lor to parties w-lthout small children. no "Ml 8th Hist. Phone 2571-W . 12-31 Uli'J-.J. No. I,"0 A east. -II cooli and laundry House; will 9-tt WANTKI. Wan.e girls at ponlalld uotl Oiil'tl Wediio.-uay . WANTKI >-liirt I'T gelielal house work, good pay for right party. Phone 2!n)t TWO ROOMS in modern homo; board If desired . one-lialf block from car line. Phono 992-W. 10-51 FUR RENT—Very desirable rooms with board; single or en suite; 21 East Sixth; 1'liono 37. 3-11 WA Y. ,'TEi. M. C. 1 w"iio-n A. Apply l,,r I'llelie.l in poraou. 10-lf worn. ] 12-21 FOR RENT— -Nicely furnished modern bed room, close In. X J honu 1599 after 0 p.m. 4-tI WANTKI'-A woman room. Cornel Loral WAN'TKIi- lin-fda I- lo work In lunch ! VKRY l.ealrahle funnahod room for gene and A. 12-11, tl.-nia.il at 11 Eosl Gill. Phono 1450. -- 12-If At once, several young ladles. . an.liy. 631 c East. 10 '"t Fl'ltNlSHKU ROOM with private bath -7—; --; modern house WANTE'i tlltla over It. Apply In pel ! ton Model Sic.i in Uiundry. " 1 |;i t IMS— To rent WANTKI A good siih-.-'lade ill iiilllni'-i >'• ! !l!t_ U _.-' Apply Mis. K. R- Clements. 1 1 -- 1 1 ST1IK TLY modcni Phonu S-lf furnished and unfur- -1(3] North Main. Ill-It \\"AN'l'i-)l» aim l"r general house good wages Phone 1070. furnlshud phone 2093. loom In 0-01 WANTED -II ,,'d glil or woman, Plione l-'olt SAl.K-'l'wo buck rub weal. Phone ."O'Jtl. WANTED .-At ,M. llnalisi llospliul, all for cleaning I I -21 —- " family of two w on.. _ ^ 1-21 |.-M|{ ltl'INT— Nicely furnished room for — -j two ladies. 202 A East . 10-ir B ,-....-ral ..... :•! Ill WOlll- u-tr; l.'l.'RNI.SHl-ll. rooniB for light house- keopl.ig . 125 Vlh East. 12-31 I Folt RENT Nicely furnished room furnace heal. Phone 3145. ll-2t WANTED—A gir Pho.ie 273-.' WANTED- l'houe ;:C WANTED- tllrls; Swift & Co. WTN'TBD • fill'l- Apply in I'cia Lauiiilry. _ W \ NTl:D -lOxperlencnd wall, ilotel. l-'OR RENT Suite rooms, Phone 330$. ot flvo I for general hou; t-work. j 1 ''" ;it i FOR RENT -Mudeni ", --—~7"l Phono 401. i. woman for housework. I MODERN- hour work; good pay. 111-121 furnished 9-til room. 12-31 Rooms. Kims, 128 First East. 4-tl MODERN—Furnished rooms; 203 Mage •J-01 Reno 4-11 I A Earn. WANTED 'hamlieniiald at Roseuiont^ TAI1I.1'; grls wauled A. & A. Drug C' BUSINESS °^°- R X U JiJ3*- FOR SALE-- ltestaurant; plenty ut business; town of ftliecu hundred; reason for setting poor heulth. J, W". Chuney, Holly, Colo. ... t-12 POSITION WANTBO—FEMALB. \v"ANTED Place fur tf'tl, lo.,J<tay FOR SALE—-titocory and market. Good busltiess. ' Will reduce »t«:k i u suit puiclucser . Address C-84, care News, i 10-tt inpiiiiy audgu tu 'sAool. Phune 915 for' l-'.'.'t SAt farrow M— Host cafe in stale: address tyiaugo Cafe. Elkhart, Kuns, c-Ot FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. VOU MA1.K V4.,i»cclh3ii, Murtonj;o., a nil WANTEP-^TO RENT. WANTED—Ten or twelve room modern house, tmttablo for renting out uloop- table People . Will pay MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES J50.00 and up. We have several splendid bargains in ua«d motorcycles; all aro In good running order. It Is well worth you lime tu call and Inspect these machines . We have new and used parts ,tires an daceessotioa of all kinds for motorcycles . Harley-Davldsou Cyleo Co., 20 Wesl 2nd Street, 12-tl J -OST. LOST—On Main meet, hand bag from fisil board of car. Finder will bB ro- waixtod by leaving same at Dally News office- Owner on way to Log Angeles. 12— LOST—Gold watch fob, Initials U. W. Finder please retu.n to News office and receive reward. 12-19 LOST--Dianu»iHl ring, 14 carat, size 9^; InlUals A. I.. W., COO; Liberal reward. Phone 1034 or 900. 10-tt NOTICE—MISCELLANEOUS. Phone 971- W. II. G. Dellerrltt. It C. H. JAMES, contractor and builder. mans and specification furnished. Phone 39-F6. 9-tf, ROOM AND BOARD. Under new management M now equipped to furnish board as well as ioom^ to Ha HA KMC DAVIDSON Bicycles—A brother | patrons . CIOHO to Banta Fe and Inter to the famous motorcyelo of tho some i urban depots and buslneaa dlali'ici. Dli C room modern with furnace and sleep I tig piroh, cluae In; one block from high school, $'Jt>r.o. C room l»ungalow, mrtlcrn with furnace and Rleepimr porch ,1^ blocita of Main St., north part. 7 room modern home, north part of city, oak finish .H^rtping porch. Hot watw heat . Owner non-resident offers place, at sacrifice. Fine modern home on ]3ast 13th St nice largfl room^, ctone «i*e place. Built In cabineUs. Owner leaving city. Hollow tile stucco bungalow 1% blocks rrom Main St.. north iKtrt of city, at ~ bargain. 0 room modern cott-.ige with furnace, I'^artt Uth, 300 block for $:J5O0.00. f COitMICK IS WINNER lie name . Out u Hurley Davidson bicycle be> fort our price tfuos up ua moat all blcycleti liavo raiaed from 10 per cent to 16 per ucnt. llarlcy DavidiWn QyvleiCo. la-lZ FOR SALE—CITY PROPERTY. FOU SALR—IlKHIDRNCR Five room bungalow, 316 West 12ih, Furnace, goiuge, outbuilding and trull lrce« .if y*JU ari- looking for a homu jou can buy thia from owner cheaper thun you could build the houso along today. Fine iioighborhuod, high und dry, never bothered with water in your basement. Hue Dr. Joluwon, 1U liast 10-coa-3t TWO BAitGAlNH, 7 room IIOUHU clo^e in, modern except furnace, $:'7U0.00. & i^iom moderu escoept furnaco, good location on tit ti ttuat, for quick nale |^2G0, f>0. Make our wantji Itnown lo the Hill NICY UliAL/TY CO. 127 N. Main Phone 139 FOlt BAM'i—Wo have building location* ut all prices. We build homes according to your own plana and sell them lo you on puynu-nld liko rent. Tho Klnktd Ageney, Phono -<-'SG. istatu iUxchaugu Jiank Uldg, cod 10-tf FOlt SAI^I*—Partly modren home ou beat tttretit; looms ,75 fuel. Jual what it taLSt ton yeura ago . Bell thla we,ek. Leaving tilty. Fxcepiional lennij, Addreattt ll-Bi, Nowa. 11AH13A1N 8ALB—5 room modern cottagu, fine condllfoh, near LI bony ttchool and North Main, $^^00; phono lauli 7-tf 31H vissi 14th, St. new five room house, l3QOC4tLsh. balance monthly. • -- " ac -tr. ,jue ecu.!., ...——^ .,,—..»... j. —Ask McNnghten. Phono 15, FOR SAU'>-B room cottage nearly new, within haJf-bluck, of car line. Call ooa Went 7th. _i'" 2t ieoir*ti .'\LE— 24iouacs, oivo six room, one 1-2 roum. Call 801 U west or Phono 2972. J l-U FOlt' SAI4K—6 Kooni modern house, nearly new, Kasl Seveulu. Telephone 1601. 6 -W Ful< SALE—Eight-room jnodom houso. »3,500; 120 Fifth West. FpR BENT -RK8IDENCE8. FOK HMNT-^-l room hous« at 808 West Uth, 18.00. CaH at 119 West 9th. Ara­ bles. 11-tf FOR UENT-318 Woat 81U, bath . Phone 1T1S-J. 7 rooms and ll-tl l.-Olt UENT—pot, 1, (9 aauJU, 7 room house. «S Bart ft 9-« VQn RBN'f—-1S01 !?»»« UM*. WW roSW; Oall 899. FOR UKNT^-7 roonn B)wjer)j U«Mt. Phono 171S. '-. kv'n 3rd Ave. east .Phono 2007-W. 9-14 WANTED—MUCBLLANBOU*. WANT'ED—Sixty acres plowed and seeded to alfalfa, iirunedialely, John T. Chxlsman, 211 east First, Phone 3089. 5-tf WANTED—A used Harlcy Davidson no- toivycle with Bide car; 1916 ur 17 model. W T rite or call, E. M, Smith, Burrtuu, lOis. >. 10-6t WANTED—Clean, bright straw; will pay 14 .00 per ton delivered to the Hutchinson Box Board and Paper Co, 18-tl WANTED—Youne man to share cottage for company ,. Rent no object. Call 17 Dth W„ after 8 p. ra. 12-lt MILCH COW—Want a farmer near city to keep a milch cow on shares. Phono 1093. ,. 10-2t WANTED—TO root typewriter. Vnono ood Underwood I* after 0 p. ro. 10-3t WANTED—^To contract your cement work, sidewalks a specialty. Call 177. 7-tf. WANTED—Hauling to and from Fair grounds. Phono 16. Brill & Son. 12-J1 WANTED—Second hand furniture. Rauh Furnlturo Co. 88 -U WANTED—To buy a Ford coupe in good condition. Phono 211, 11.IK LIOHT HOUSEKEEPING BOOMJ^, FOR RENT—3 light housekeeping room", unfurnished; one sleeping room, furnished; furnaco heat; phone 32C7W, 6tt FOR RENT—Two light housekeeping rooms; no objection to children. Phone 3363-J or call 403 W, 8th . ll-.Ot TWO ROOM cotlagu nicely furnlDhed. £21 W, l«t, H-tt FOU RENT—Modern hoiuekeeplng rooms 800 Und w"»t. 17-lf, FOR SAU3— Fine Hingis corpb whits leg horn hens; phono 2W0W; - " Thuni. and Sat. 8-14 FOR SALE—Brown Kghorn Tiens antl other, chickens ,117 S. Washington. - ll-»t FOR SAX.B—Spring ohlckens, 30c per lb. 800 West 17lh. PhOJIP 896-W. 11-ft FOB RENT-MI»PiLLAN»OU». OFFICE (or rent—One nulto ot offices for rent available Oct. 1, 1918. Firat National BuiWlng. a W. Meyw. n-H FOR IIBNT—PVlMUag NlUMf for IVAMr; tum groeery, W • is Nominated for United States Senator in Illinois. BIG LEAD OVER THOMPSON Latter However Won in the "Sixth German City,"Chicago, by a flood Vote. Chicago, Sept. 12.—Mcdill MpCor- mJok, Republican congressman at largo, will contest the Illinois seuutar- ship this fall with* James Hamilton Lewis, Democratic Incumbent, having been nominated at yesterday's primaries by a plurality of 62 ,000 on the btialB ot returns available ovor Mayor -William Hule Thompson of .Chlcuno and Congressman George Eduiond Fos8, With reports available from 1,979 precincts out of 2,9,73 outside of C00K county (Chicago) McCormick had a plurality outside the metropolis estimated at 79 ,000, Mayor Thompson carried the, city by 17 ,000, fewer than one third of the normal number Of voters going to tho polls. Unofficial returns showed the total vote in Chicago to be only about 135, 000. Poss pollod 13,000 votes tn Chicago, but was close to Mayor Thompson down statu. Yates and Mason. Former Governor Richard Yates and William B. Mason, incumbent, were nominated by tho Republicans for congressmen-it-large, although Mason bad been opposed because of bis alleged attitude toward the wur. Tboy will contest the election with It. it Cleary and. W, 15. Williams, nominated by the Democrats, Another congressional candidate whose opponents attacked bis war record in congress was Fred A' Britten, but he parried the ninth district over Fletcher Dobyns nearly three to one, Niels Juul, congressman from the seventh district whose-official attitude toward the war had; been Questioned during the campaign was nominated by. A comparatively small margin over M. A, Mlcbael«oo,.a Thompson supporter, Ladies' Dresses Ladies' Coats Ladies' Suits , Misses' Coats Men's Suits Ladies' Skirt. Ladies! Waists Ladies' Shoes Boys' Suits Boys' Shoes Men's Shoes Men's Pants ©1 Ladies' Skirts $3.50, $4.50, $4.98, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, to $10.50. Small payment down, balance 50c a Week BOYS' NEW FALL SUITS 50c A WEEK , Buy your Boys' School Suits and Shoes on credit, a small payment down, bal^ ances 50c a week. Ladies' Shoes $3.50, $4.50, $4.98, $5.50, $6.50, $7;50-to $9.50. 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 Open Nights Till 9:00 O'clock We also keep open from 9 to 12 Sunday Mornings Gold Crowns as low as - - $3.85 Plate - $4.00 up. Repair Broken Plates $1.00 SMYSER DENTAL CO. Over American National Bank. Ladies in Attendance J Eversharp Pencils Always sharp—never sharpened. The most convenient and economical pencil to buy. Fountain Pens For School Use A superior line at $1.50 to $2.00 each; all self fillitiff aud guaranteed satisfactory, Other leading makes from $2.50 to $5,00. Jay T. Brown 120 NORTH MAIN Jeweler & Optician Flue watch, clock and jewelry repairing. Reasonable prices. R. Mann of the'second congressional district was nominated for re-election without opposition, as was Joseph Cannon of the eighteenth district. Mr. Cannon.is seeking his twenty-second term in congress, and will be opposed by .only one other candidate, a'Social­ ist. " Fresh Fruit. • Order your fresh fruit from I, SMITS'B Grocery and Market—peaches, pears, apples, plums, grapes, canta- IOUOB , oranges, bananas, and lemons. Phone 1500, . 12-lt When • fo«9p It Expected, (By Reciprocal Wewg Service.) Parts (via London )-r -AOaai Breed?, editor onu owner of the Hastings (Neb) Trrbuoc, who Is in trance foj? hii paper, recently cabled home I "Bend my ejttra pair light pants," Four (jays et «Pf«d, then he received thl* answerlwi cfjMN . - iimt* batter fit m H9 UM fm^miia^ ^ TRY TMlS Students require Al "tools," especially for class-room work. Your, school sun- plies must^ be dependable. As insurance against any writing accidents or break downs, use SeW-Hlling Fountain Pen NQN -LEAKABie the Particular Pen for Students. The original and easily tho simplest oi all self-flUers. Drop la and try It, Adams Drug Co* 206 N. Main ... Phone 131 To which ho testily responded^' "I want my extra pair light check- ere4 pants,'' The pants have just arrived.. • ...-ii-.j.. |ji .I.III^B --. . Kentucky Blue Gm*t Kentucky filvie Grass for »?le ftt \. s^th'B Qrocory ana

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