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VA () K TUN. THE HtTTCHlNSON NEWS. ft*-. • t;h.-..s.-'iPii -:r> AUVKHTISIS'O rtATF, • » tiM; CKN 't' A WMlto KACII INMhll- • • Til i.N Abbreviations and rnirlts of In • ii,;i:.s III nuin,rais eoutit n.-i one word, • l 'n.|., Iln.s plan rlasiltU-i] ll*1vrrCl.1iTfl • • cull till in alliance tin- exart cf'Pt nt " • lh. Il II .. NiiY* il.-ifi»irieil IUIM aio ' • tukiii l>v pluine fur yi'Ur <u< I'lnMl' ua- " • Inn iiii.i nil lulls mi' ill"' nnd payable • th.. n v l.iilinvini; llH 1 il.ili' of inw'.-t POSITION WANTED— MAI _B. U'AN'TK] i-Joli mi mini by marrl.-tl man. Hi-st nlir»Hi.1 K. (.'. \V. Crlclillilil. rurt- Miliei-, Kiins, l «-H POSITION WANTtD--PBMALB. WA.N'TKl 1 —I'lniT for girl to Flay f"r fiiiiiiiiiny an«l K'i to st-honl. I 'lione yUi- K-JI. 11-31 TOB SALE—MlSCtLUANtLOU*. Al-CTIUN SA1.K. Katimliiv, Si-'l-l. il. l::t'J p. m.. ftl "I". ' '.""..J" I.'-I 'ii.v It • • fhiTliiati slrii't west . l-liriiltuti. of nil promptly >>.l I'"- „„ „„ Mul . „;,„„, „ |„ r g,, .-uel niliK". • - lin fr. t mmli n h.iii.' .unil many nttier ar•! in lis. I'lnme lulu. Austin Anilrcws, |Auet. • > ii I-., • M lit.il . » • « i.f t>t;iti-lll*rlll. » • * A M . 1 .1 B.l . K >•• • Ct M . II s:i . I . n si . It k:; . T MI . I' -.a . X .•>.: . • •1. Tlni ii- lllltll.I l. ! WANTtD—MALB HELP. tlT'ilJI-: .M.lNAHIiH IjK'ill SAM-:-HolMein heifers. 2". pure...i liptl iiml ri'Kiaii .-1 'i'O. bit very lilc.h p-nile. ...i beautifully marked . Many will tiwuen ..t. S....II. W'lil pi?ll clnili-f, us many us yim .1 want. King II ftlil' I'onliacs anu King ...l ^I 'tt 's i'mitlne breeding. None better. .. .2 !•". I. .Mm tin. 10-lut '"! Hutchinson Typewriter"-L'n. •••V flOVAf. TYPKWMTBKS 1 Barnaul." Ill lli'bullt Mneliluvs, EOT Iturauaugl.-Yt ilny Bldg. I'houe 3080. — !J-U mi in il: M,i. ti.b.i .•i,|...n»nll> Mr ft si-jeu.VO-llAM) tiros und tubes, all slits, iii.t I'v .r NV '-' l»uy uW <-:i»lnH«. fur guaranteed li.,l in, Unil ni in* iiv "'I''"'' »'••' ii" Mkl-Klate .Motor Tire , ,„,.-.tii.t, ai..i_ i .IMI_. CUi i.ppusii,. Missouri I'Hi-iflc iKpct. S-tf l.y .lin.^ily ... ,1 w Ml. ..ml huiH '.il . ffort to Hi' ' • ' nr..Mr ^- IIII is il- i u, i i 'i..|:ri .ti ,i ^Mii ni. will I... In,n|. .1 mm t> i.. |.ui anr.nl 'il "Lull ti.. .ni l-'nlt I.' n P , in.,-ni,, I t., «-,. , l«„| lull, si,,,...',.-.. 7;S?'' °'^ ra '*>-K«> IniKho.'u nitiit. i...I,; .ii< in fci.i KM', iiru, x '" sc " *-'>«'l'. furny pit -t i M'. , '.•,„ ni,,I t .; 1 i.u-\ lanii'.l. ul! ni , . ll-«t vvh '.-.i '.i.ll I," triMltil i.,n:.<l!-ni,.iUv. A.I- I •• (luss ( II '' II.II... STICAM Poil.Ell ..|,t :.|i, t.-nnuliv !•>•- r " u SAiaa— KMohMi i-jililnet, brcakf.-utt l- .-.'.ui'ii j-n,iiry tul'lt-, chillis, ml runge. lii^l .iliess-r. in- |.r-,l.,rii,K uiu:liitis iniiclnnc. lurgi- siiao Art tjiulunil priL-nc!' pre- bii-i-' burner, -^t West 1st. eissarv. Must ' .,1.1 ••til i ' ' linve ft iov\ J.ie<suro tuiler foi' attain ~l healing plum, will bo bold at a \uiy \VA.\'Tl-:li ^ . ^ ^ t In ' uw ,,tiUre ' atit ' 11 at >>ews uttie.u. Tlll.AI'.i.'l: >l..V.':"!''':!.-.''.?, ,V <w \\'r *M ''••'I' SAI.K-I'ol,,,,.! china boars. Hhrop- ,i, » l ""i biiehs ,„n.i .leiaey bull. Thus. '^', \iUall. Lliulow, Kans. Hume Ulrlow 212. lit t'i Mill.''' -il.ui.a-I-J L I (L N Mitin. , . ' • 1 A. i.i: T1IK SVI I'.ill •:• , 7 t"l .,, Il.lll. 1 WANT llu r (•ni ti,.!,! .I'.ivn i.al:,.ii,i. S i.ailis I I B l'.i'i'» » U] '" V Coin lu'i' ' i'".. IT A: \'J ^ 11, in I, is!'.!. i .iy Kull HA hK- Telephones, totephone . wire. .11, .iH ' IH-J mill. s:tu,'le 1,illness and stuldlo , ,.. u. . olanlvtl. Cull alie-r ti p. m., ^^7 lCaJit ^id. \ I, w pe'S'ins over WK In.i'e In leal 11 lalllulrj W '.f'n. Ter:.„• c,,...1 p.'i.iile. Apply K ..H al "Ur M »'B I 'lrne. AmW.-ull ( WANTKl 1, ;i.:i nv.l,' I,' |,.,-!!!''ll- III I" i -"ii "u I :-l, mi I -a imiliy AUtOMOBILI*. SECOND-HAND llutchltijiob ti (tie Intlcil trnuket t*t a«eoml>hnnd outnmob'.iea. pfoftpoctivi I'UvtfB should *ulch thU column tot complete V.fi ot barfffctftt. Oscgii Car 1 1915 Maxwell in running order, starter, eU. A Klit at - $150.0 ,1 tmuU'it itn<l .11 ext-ciient !<hn|^t , . FOtt SAt»—C(rv PRoPftRtV. r vvo xT AII5 A INS. 7 room houso close in, modern except furnace, |2V00.r>O. B r«om moilern exerpt furnace, good lo- cAtton on 6th tiinM, for quick «al(* *a.'5D.OO, Mnko our wimts kniwn to the 8IIINWY IlKAl.Tt CO. 127^ N. Main l'honc m VX>n SALE—Partly mndren honic on beat street; f. rooms feet. Just whtit It t-cst ten j-eara agt} , Sell this week, l .wiv­ ing glty. Kxceptlonul terms,- AdUresi lt-84, I\eW8. , 9-14 318 west 14th. St. now five room houlo, $300 cash, balance, monthly. —Ask MeNRRhten. I'ht>ne IB. 26-U. Fort SALK— 2hous<f. one six room, one 12 room. Call 20i U west or I'hone 2972. * * ni" In nnd look thesse ovtr. I-re-w;ir basis. KOlt SAlit>— fi lttioni modern house, nearly new, )'.HHI .Se\ enlh. 'i'elephone 1561. Prices i KOIV SALE—l''t|?iil-r'K>tn ino<lorn house, $2,500; lllO Klfth Wiit. 6-tf Our new location . 12--124 Bhermnn Kant. von SALE. One Ueo Truck chiuils, in flrsl*ciaw* condition; four practiculty new c:i»lnKs atKi tubes. Anyone wnntlnK a tiui;k eliasiH can suvi; money 'by lookltut thl. e up. Thiee- quurter tuu size. 1*\ \V. tiUNMNU. 3-tf SU'iiliiK, Iviui. FOR SALK OR TRADE. TXHT^XLITUU TltAOE. MM) HA11GA1N. 331 neves ROCHI wht'iit land of sale at $10 ptr acre under the markut or would trade and lake in .*tuuk of merehiindlse in tood locution, located ?> UJIM north nnd 1* mile west oi-bpeacune, V'y'd uo., Kanu. Call or wrto owiu;- U. Ii. Johnson fcpmrville .Kansas. l*tf. FOR SALE or trade—Wei Improved halt section stock farm; running wuioi* in pastuie, well shaded and fene'ed. tin ilockauay Uoad. (.Jivo UhoraJ terms. ! Plenty fiood wheat laud. Hiehm Uenlty • Co. 2t Kt'It SALl'^-l ^m Furd tmirlng car, urlven W.IHJO miles; demounlnble rims, shock absorboi-s, sent covers, sued tires, lots ot 1 'thi.T equii'inent. Car Is like new. Bargain for oa-sh. Phone 3t>C0-J. U'-l4 Lnnks and iuna like new; offered at urn--half actual value; phone 79U. 7-if FOH .SALE—1917 Ford roadster with extra bixjy mid demcuntnbie rlm.s; i4 IVg- ger Eiist ;i»liono" 13UW, Cud at noun ur utter li p.m. o-tf Foil HALE—191S liulck big* six. almost new mis Mitchell good as ne-v Detroit Ek-clrJu Car Co., 18 So, Waluut . Phone ss4. • ia-u ijooli vxl2 Shultlewonh rug, c<'al heater, ^jji^t-j- wing niaeiiine ana pictures. \\ #.-st tith . I 'hniie LMl MEN'ri euthlnt'. M<7.e ^S, 7 nnd 3 taps. No. 7, iullun, overcoats to 42. ! Ph-'-nOi . Ni, dealers. LS;it \\ : .\NT»:J M'li lo hay ll^lr n -w fail ~~ — ,,ni.- ,> HI J-'., a MIIUII i'Ui mi nt; t'\iit SALE—I-aney riK»>cins, several var- dt'wn V i alii.' Jl a w> <-K. rih'»^-i ;> n: a • leiids. Inquirt- "oi) Oarpenler K;u-t. wi K ••«>iiier * "i IIIII nt'i c. Ct.'.. 17 6^ S_ N | ; hot:u ait»-r C P. M. 12-6t •\V A NT Ml ' Ti,, K.iim -i 1 ] -»;t' — | FOP. SALE in a 1 low HHUi uTt '-.l in "i t' 1 w~orl In .t >tn i ;l plat-r. Addr MI-IT •'<> . i;.»d-um. !• :i P.!-14 ONE lO-'JO H > ynury; sows that will fat- l fii«Hl Poland China boar. Hay Shived. Plume Halt. p^-;ii 1'. Titan tractor. New. never ptov.Ml an acre. Can save yov. NI' $><J .0V. W. 13th. j ?-ir ;YEI> PAKEItS' lUCLPEKri I-. \ I» \\ PAi-PEllS. APPLY IN PEL- -— • II WfJiiN BKKAl» CO. - Pl-lf, Full SALIO—Ohi-up. 10 11. P. liuema- Ui'Jial euyilie Jl&0.»(i, E, N. Mart, It m .-vrESMlTlI--* J'tcil all around man at ] K .!>., No. 1 .city. l'*r-Sa.l.1-If j,i tll j; day. F. F. Staid,! • I'liintt'u"! K«N iri-tf i I'Oll SALE—Mango peppers, red ones 50c '. j U'Lslcet; ij'i'i'in nr.L-e loo pound, ti. (.:. \\' \N'I El' - C "'<p- ''. stc.idy work; -i;-ply . *.:urtj . Phone -7*D. U»-ll JJatt'm .-ali. C v ». pl.tnl or down lown • — — o[ji L .,. ;i-tr i 1'VJi .SALE--NJi-f rmuny lunch /jiid p?p ; com watoii . I'uU at 11U 1st West alter YV V s Ti-'O — Hoy b-iwt en 1C and is. apply | •> i> m. ir." perse.u. M-dcl .Steam Launory. I • • — I'S-tt [ j- oil SALK—My entire Hock of high.... t yi;i,j L . frtdai rit-d MeMuttay; phonu H'Jl r-^m. , UaOuw. * t,-lt WANTJ:L-I>H !"•>'.__ IBL, ' 1L |' LLRVAVNI ] I , A ., Appl> - -m-iB'-L 11 l - li-iot ! KOI: SAI.IO-Coi.l druphend SinV.-Tlte'w^ — -j IIIK- maehliit; at a barg-am. 5oy North \\ \\Ti;L I"iiv.ry boy v.ffh wluvi; i "I I Mn'ni . "..in-; to &,:ho -)i . Foit -A l'lutn.i:: y. W 'M WW NTEI ' Y"miK man, n-tail gn c. Ool.id. Hido Uri.eery. i Vull .SAI.E-~Late.st model Uniiorwooii eery, typewriter saino as new . Phone -707. «' 11-31 HADlATOUS Prompt services on repair work, O. K. Aulo Hniliator Co., iii youth \Vasnmgton. 1'hoiic y30. 2-tf FOU SALK, KENT or Trade—7-room hnupe, No. 15 Twelfth west; newly painted, papered and revarnl.died; modern except furnace, ^ee or phono Cart Nelson, tiliT Mouth Main. 9*W (•'OH SALE or trade Square Bociion ol bottom land in the alialfa and sugar beet district east of Synnus-- a lew ;phcs. Consider elear Jluteliinson income properly. Brehm Realty Co. Ut FOR SALE or ExchangV-O room bungalow on 11th St. Soil on easy tf.rnw <"* will consider HUH'.UHB, or small piip- erlv as first payimmt. liasy ivrmp, r, n balance. Phone 167L 13-tl FOR SALK OR TRADE—8-room seml- mixlern cottage, double eat-ago olue grasfi lawn, shade tree 60 ft. front, will consider nmaller properly and diflerence, Phono 1612. . ti-if« FOR BAUH OR TRADE—Bulek five pa*- aenger in flrst-elasa condition; will ci-n- f.-slder dlnmond.1 u.s part or ali; call phone 153JW or 11 South Walnut. 7-If FOR SALE—IP 17 Chevrolet touring car, also mis Hudson huperslx, touting car. Roth sood aa new. i>ou East 7th. i'ium> YOFR chance lo buy at a bargain, if tukm< soon, ileo or Ford, 10 model. Nearly good as new. Phone 1 140. 9 10-tt FOR SALE—Ford Sedan llk.j new. equipped with electric starter. Vale luck ana prnn;ng device. 17 1st West. . 11-tf toil SALK—N(JW Auto Tire tubes, 110 per cent off.' Mavriekl Iladialor ohop,-il« South Walnut. 2u-ti SIX-OND HAND Cats for sale oi trade. ca.-;h or paymcnid at L. & P. Carafe. 2." West 2nd . 1---0 FOR SALE—-191G Oakland six. run less than 7trt>0 nillea. Call UM-J or 5*o-W. 11- it FOR SALE— Ford touring car, 131C model In gooj condition ,$400.oo. 5^1 East 3. FCdl SALE—Ford touring body'*-ano paJr of lots; Hlh We«st; phone 21-K-4. 7-10 FOR SALE—Ford Delivery Body Cnmp. 311: lCast . H-ja i-\*>U KALE—or trad? .five p,--cs-^ger car. Call i!S7.:-J. ONE 5axoii six, nearly ne^v. 320W 13th. 'it-it UOY "It CIRL for fountain work. Adams' |- OIl HALE—One bliu-k eln'ff 'in lung **"- ii'-itj j'hune On* 1 mink fur set. dre.".s. WANTED—FEMALE HELP. FOR SALE—-One set of good buggv har- r —• -• — - ,"-"„"-' tu-fiH ci]*-ai>. t'h'.'iit) 1»^5-F-1J. JJ-M OOV1 :i: s.M i:NT rlvli MTUCC i ;xaiuin :i tn.-n .i i JlUli ruin-m in Si-ptemb" r. ( i " v, V' u .', n, lV.' 1 FOR SALE— •j. ln.-p. •lerlt, "Vouch etiea til ort;an and sanitary 71 i> 2nd east. 10-13 cU'Vh, lea.-I , tvpewiH-r. >alar> $P _''Jti; flOw. experience unnect-.-Mny. Wmnen desiring govtrti- ' FOU SA LE—Ford Roadster and furintuni ment po.->hi.-ii.i writ- foi tree jiarllt'a.a_: «j 1'I„, JU . ;i2C7-W. - l«-U umlacri. ih'J Eei;..-i/ l.u.uhi.g. V'a> us, / j.'i ,\\ sA LE--.Mang -i [-uppers. Phonu C. W. ' — i Clirlsi«pher. It-) WANTED FOR SALE—Fords. McVc/> Uvery. 8 tf MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES $50.00 and up. We have several splendid batgaius in iis.ed mo- torcvelc»; are in good running order. H is well worth you lima to call and inspect these machines . Wo iiave new an<i ustd parts .tires an daccessorios of I alt kinds for motorcycles . Harley-Davldson ^'yhe Co.. W \Ve«t Street. l*-ti Ij'iMt SALI-: -"Three sjiuats ;uid one MJW- I Tua 12 West. 1^-31 I1LS I- 'alu- PMI m TI1EARLE jn" )•') !i:i.n s i'iit!;w I'RKS SPECTA , .. ___ CLI" "THE \V»tRl.l>> W AH" at Ma'e j.-ou SALli—Now '/calami red rabbju. P 'Ui ili'-tind;' Muhi f^h'-wH un'y. Aii^lV] j^s 1st east. 14-tf. t"i;i r ;!,t t'i St-ifle Manager, at teii-i . . ti'at lull, ti^ N. -Main. FOR .SALE—Fo.v terriers . Phuna l'$Z2. •\Y.\"NTi;D - 1-whtH to buy their new fall; _ 1; .••'.lc {H. w.il.O.-» and >h« -s m .'VtdH. small! ,SALE--<Joad eow. JIM [•: wewl. 12-1 | i 'oiiu! Commerce C- .. 17 <^ . « >'• W;ih»ul. i ^ANTED—M15CELLANKOU1. . —- j WANTED-A ranter for -IS <i acre im\\A\TEI> Ladies to buy th'.lr fall -u IJ.I provwi farm, 200 aercs pasture. Six ml- »h f w.- a Miiall pa > in en l j rutrlli of Ensign. Inquire ol Wan en (li.-M.. IHI.II ;. c .1-: *1 a wrrU. VU I'u , I". \- )'J N. Wii Coin ft '^"•i White. Rorabttwsh-WHey JjJdjf., or wri j ,1 .\'\ While. Ensign, Eamms. l'J ite \\W Nii-.'i' M'tr.ia.v ;iiid Thit; •--'•iay. a Ni. 1 \vh .l.» w:\t,':i ivi.'inan. N-.tm.- ui::el" n,M| .'ppy. Muli-rn c-m i'i uiciiciv.. Ph-me J.a.'.t alts i' \ p. ni. * - - - 1 NY A NT Ei i— A lo He 'Ai.ri.. ily. «o.o,j w: •i'S .' Sie I'iiliili 'to aM I'Helit t:ill toi (•-' ' '•-i' 1 ' 1 lashing . Two in ram- Alr>. \\. Y. .Morgan. 1 1 -11 U .t NT! D WOjl .elfS. Il.ell . in pef ;-n|i al our Me.tio L.iimdry. NVANTED—Sixty aere.s plowed and seeded to alfalLJ, Inwnediati'ly. John T- Chi ismaii, I'll east Firat. Phone 3089. 5-tf WANTED—A used Hurley Davidson mo- P'lvycle with Hide car; PJltj or 17 model. Write or call, E, SI. Smith, Bunion, Kas. 10 -51 lew expei-it rn -e.l laundry) W A NT EI i—~ Haled alfalfa and "ratrie buy ur v.'.tueii , App;y ai <oiee 1 j n t . ar lou. Let me know what you have Main uiiee. Annrt.-an t „ j^. M. WcCreery, Lyons, Kansas - - «*- L S J." WANTKl» i:-.|..i in I 'e'.l lady rleri' Brapli-1 WAXVBD-OeiUl. Wight straw: will pay 1 r, , h'j Willi Il'iur mi'l el lailru.i .l e\-j ^.oy per Ion delivered lo Hie 11mcillnson pei;..r.i. pitl.nnJ. ;^.;ibee I- .0.11 Ml" Uo.v Hoard and I'aper Co. m-U C -.'p. ' ; - |f ! U A.N'I i:i i < lll'ls for . iMIl, ,-\p,ri,l,re pi'.:..' ,^i !,!-!.!.• I'm..]; I'n. \VANTl-;ri—To contract your ce-iuenl ,,il,, inns .,|.,,rt, sidewalks a »|>eehtlly. Call 117. Ill, Maul.!-; . I.ti. W.'.NTIJ, l-;.iie'ly l.'t«:e In (as, inlv ol l.l.ly (or a kunu. .Cad at -'J8 A « est. WAl-l'r.li - 1 **: 11 l.'I yenelill luHlKe w-.ill.. fo.'i |.;1) I' I I'i'/'t PU !'1>. l'lune JS0I. WANTKVi 111 -11; I 'ui nltiin ' UAN 'I'HI) -llaulliiB to and from Kali grounds. J'lioiio J6. liriJJ & .Son, m-lil W'A.NTI'ili -l.'allle horsu weichlng from liw) to IOI.HI pounds. Fulton Market. •Sireond liana lunillure. itauh Co. SO -U \\,\N'll';ii 'J women for liilcluii i M. i :,;,A. Apply "i :'"i:."ii. V .' NT ro . II. V A.-. i i . rial' l.oiMil'.e iiui T"''' ' ~^~SS5. RENT—R ESIO«NCIS. ' -- ' Ft lit KlONT^igTil^ruoiii "hotTsTTlT Ii "^i lunch [ Sieoial. Ill-iulre at house between 1 l^-lil'and -I. owner will boaid with party ir ilmlrej. lll-H li ; .la l.lillljdlj iaelles. ig-..t VAST: it\\ N i 1 I li»U>i-in w-> vr I-:I w WA i illin over 16. Apply in per- '.lel flu in Ualn -.1i y. 28-tI ..I oi wonntn; yelieral I 'l'.uo- m-tl lor l'alr week. !•'. la-2l NT 1 .! i --At y,.«i 1 ,1, i:.,;t. an WAXTl-l'- Hi: i'liof -i.- ^li.s-'. >.i.hi Uieijiitai, woni- 8-U inutli for liounewiuk. 11-11 \V A NT e.'l *•- -I i!l 'a, li 'iir Work; yuod pay. H*-..t is C: lti-Ul 'I .-Vt'ii : y la pe^r-on . \j.,-..',..- :ed Waitress, Iteno •l-tl AV.'.XTI'.fi A r.lucH tlrl at Lloiilon riloro. IS-St iuutibtiriuuM at KuAcuiuitt. x;-ir V ANT! 'l AHI.I; iy .i.'iTM/ -uirli »< Ow>4«t»Ml inlii) . A. A A- JJru*^ Co. a-u l-'illt III'TNT--1 loom house at U08 West lllll, »S.UU. Call ul 1111 West til. Amblers. 11-11 KOU HKNT— li'Ooin house .new. liM 11 wmt. rittillt! U '1S -W. . . 12-Jt Fult HUNT Oct. 1, lo adults, 7 rimm house. liasl 11. *>-tf FOR HENT—MISCBUI-ANEOgs, ii|.'l'TCl'; for rent—One. suite of offices for rent available net. 1. 1018. Kirol National HulhlliiB. li. W. Meyor. ll-3[ Von KENT—Uullilinu suitaWo for nutiur- bau grocery. W Kaet II. U-U l.'i.n; lilON'T—1 uiifiu-nltlwd rooms up- utalrs. (.ol C mist. U-H •WANTED—TO RENT, IVANTKD—Ten or twelve room modtirp liouso. sullablo for renting out aluuii- [ut; liiums to rcspectablo poofile . t^'lll l«ly up lo JtHOi rent. Address llWn. Walnut St., Coffeyvtlla .Kansas. 11 -U BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY- l ''OH SAIili, .-lOroi -ory und mai'Ket. UqoU bu»liiB83. Will r«duo> mocic to null pui chaser . AdilroM U -Kt, curt) News. lV-t< IIAitl.K UAVIDHON Bicycles—A brother to Hi..- fanious motorcycle of the same Piuue . (let a liarley llavitbion bicycle be-. Ion- our p.Ice amis up as morft all bicycles lii \c raised from 14 per cent to 15 per cent llarUy Davidson cycle Co. 1 --H FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. Foil HUNT— Room, flrst-daas, in modern home; desirable for teactl .ir3; i.Mly pre- I'eirt-d; 51J ^s'orth l 'onlar; phone tilij. C-tl l-'llll lll'JNT-Furnlsheil cottage for win- lor In parlies w-ithout small children. 700 8th Mast. Flume 2371-W . l--3t TWO ROOMS In modern home; board it doslred . Oue-liuJl block from car line. Phone DIW-W. 10 -»t I'OK HHNT —Very deslfnblo rooms with board; single or en suite; 21 ii.asl Sixth; ynone 'SI. 3-tl FOR RI -1NT—iN'ieely furnished modern bed room, close In. I 'honu l &Uli al'ler ti p.m. l-tl VF.ltV Desirable furnlstied room for sen- tlmiian at 14 liasl lilli. l 'hone 145S. ItoOMM—^To rent furnished and unfurnished . 1U1 North XlaJn. Ill-It FOR HI-INT— Nicely furnished room with breakfast and dinner if desired. 202 A ISttBI. .FL'UN'ISHHD r <Hnns for Usht house- keeplns . 12o 9th 1 '^ut. 12 -St FOR IIBNT— Sulto of rooms, i'iloim 3308, five furnished 9-6t FOU RENT —Modern jihone 461. furnished room. 18-3t MOinou.N rooms In good locution. Call 320T-J. l»-lt MOUpRN—Rooms. Elms, 128 Klrat Emit. 4-tf MODERN—Furnished rooms; 203 A East. 6-tf LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. ROOM*. FOR RENT— i light -housekeeping rooms, tmfurnlshed: one sleeping room, /ur- nlshcd; furnace heat; phono 3S67W. 6U FOR RENT—Two light housekeeplUK rooms; liu objeellon to children, rhoiie S363-J or cull .103' W. 6th . . »l-8t Hill RENT—Uelit liouickcepjnt rooms. 310 Wuat 1th. Vi-li TWO ROOM 221 W. 1st. cottage nicely furnl»hed. 11 -tf FOR RENT—Modern htiuseKocplng roonw 316 2nd weal. 17-tf. TO TRAP*TO trade Flvo room house In Partridge . 160 acres western land (or Hutchinson property. —Ask McNaglUcn. Phone 15. 86 -tf. FOR THADE—Colontao potato land (or stock of groceries, ot* guod uuto.' Seo Cl. W, Alford; phono 11121 3 -tf TO TnAPE— Valuable lot* near Miami, Horlda, for Junk cars (any kind). Os.U at 217 E 3rd St. 11-tt TOR SALO-J—Va section. Morton <*>•. 8 ml. north o( Roll*t, 1)5 acres broke, «ood crop. c, ft WUU«io4er, i'leviw, K*n». w-.a FOR SAUE OR TRADE—Three lots on Second avenue cast of l.'luni street for equity in house, or for good aulo. Ask McNaghten. Phone 15 4-tf FINANCIAL. MONO' TO LOAM on city homes. Long terms on monthly pay ment plan. Farm loans. THE KINKLE AGENCY. Phono 2056. State Exciiange Bank Bids. 11-tf. FARMER Investors, put your money in real Ul leases, instead of oil slocks. Make the money yourself. Box 31, Route 1, LafounuUne, Kans. 13-1? DO YOU NEED *507 Private loans on furniture, piano, etc. Easy payments. 1 Sherman west. 1 -tf FARM, UDANS? CITY IJOANS? -ask McNaghlen! First National Bide. 10-lf TO IXiAN—Privole money lowest values. W. 13. Brown. 3ofl 1st Nail. Bldg. 12-1C LOST. IX)ST--Ijadlesi brown velvet coat Wcdncs day ovenlntf about 7:30, between South Hutchinson and Ott McNow 's farm. Suit able reward. Mrs. "fllniinerman. Phone 154 . If.'- r LOST—Cold ivatch fob, Initials U. W Finder pleiuM..- return to News office and reeelvo rowtud. 12-1S IX)ST—Diamond ring, Vi carat,, slue »Vi; Initials A. L. W., 600; Liberal reward. Phono 1034 or 10-tt NOTICE—MISCELLANEOUS. Phone 1)71-W. H. G. DcMerritt. 11 C. H. JAMES,. contractor and builder, Plans and specification furnished. Phone 33-FC. S-tf. 1.1 VERY—Phone 2400. ROOM AND BOARD. Under new imi.nas'frment ,1s now equipped to furnish board as woU as rooms to Rs patrons . CUwe to i 8anta Ke and lnter- urban depots and business district. 116 3rd Avo. tatst . Phono L'667-W. 9 -H POULTRY. SPRING CHIC KENS — Farm raised. Phone 1127-NV. 13-1* cl© Asir©© Qkbsiip Wo have a to acre tract, located East of llutoWiuion ,one mile from Interurban. iia.lf mllo from school. Some orchard . Com made 30 bu. per acre, tills year .adjoining land sold for (100 to {ISO per acre . Have quick salo price of SHOO, easy terms. Get Busy—NOW, For Mmb The vot-y deslrnhle husln«is r.vijtt at No. 4 N. Mtlti for lease. Innuiro ot Masonic Temple. Wanted—Man or woman with some office and bookkeeping' experience . Also man fnntflJnr with Paints and Ula^s. It So. Mnnl. OVER THE ESTIMATE Reno County Registration Will Exceed Figures ANNOUNCED BY OFFICIALS The Cards Are Coming Into Draft Board in Mistily Fine Order. "Reno county will go far over the top or the official estimate nt 4,705 registrants ot yesterday," said Sheriff Scott Sprout, chairman of tlii local board this morning. "Just what Iho actual figures are It will take a day or iwo to find out as all of the cards have not teen sent in to the board as yet" A. great many of the precincts had already sent in their cards when tie reporter made the local board office and Mrs. Kate Carter, secretary of the hoard commented In Ihe very fine manner In which they had. been made out, luiia eliminating so much of the confusion of.the first big draft registration in June, 1917, when the matter was so new to the registrars and clerks and to the registrants. The manner in which the drawing nnd classification of this newest and biggest bunch of registrants have not been sent to the local bonrds. Five States are In. Washington, Sept. 13.—Five states reporting earlj- today on yesierday's draft registration- of men. of IS to 45 showed totals between 6 and 7 per cent greater than the estin.ale made lor them by the l'rovoat Murshal General's office. Officers of Central Crowder'n staff said, however, thai- the 13,000,000 grand total expected would not be over run to -that exent as the states reporting probably had abnormal local conditions. The first reports came from. Tthode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Oregou and The District of Columbia, The figures pvopably will not be made public until they hayi been checked and corrected. MRS.. MANATEE COMING. 6 room modern with furnace and sleep- ins porch, close In; ana block (rain high school, »3K >0. 6 roam bungalow, modern w4th furnace and ulcupUig porch ,l'A Wocka of Main St., north part "; 1 room modern home, north part of city, oak finlah .sleeping porch. Hot water h«U . Owner non-resident offera place at sacrifice,. 1 lino modern home on Blast 13th St., nice large rooms, stone fire place. Built in cabinets. Owner leaving city. Hollow tile stucco bungalow 1M 1 from Main St., north port of city, at a blacks bargain. 6 room modern cottage with furnace. Eaat Uth, 300 block forJ36OO.00. McltlttgM©® HaW, C®. Suitable for heatiug plant for store or shop. Will be sold very reasonable' Ji> cuiire at News ojjjlqe. She Is a Member of Sea-Cow Family with the Parker Shows at Fair. Sirs. Belle Manatee, ono of the few living members of the Lamantlne fain. Ily, will visit in Hutchinson all of next week as one of the feature attractions of Parker's Greatest SIIOWB which will furnish the attractions for the Kansas State Fair. "Belle" will bo accompanied by her infant daughter and the combined -weight of the two excoeds 2,000 pounds, one ton ol solid flesh and bone. These two members of the Manatee family, commonly called tha Sea-Cow, were captured 'by Mr. Parker's agents last winter off the coast of Florida and are the only specimens on exhibition In the world; indeed but two other specimens have ever been placed on view und these diod after a few weeks in captivity. The United States government has never protected the Manatee, whose flesh is regarded by Indians as- a choice article of food and the skin as a strong substitute for the heavy cow. hide leather of commerce, but tbo state of Florida recently enacted laws forbidding the killing or capture of more than one specimen to a county during any year. Mr. Parker secured (he permits from tho five counties on tho Atlantic coast and so cornered the Sea-Cow market for the year. Tho Manatee Is a bigger curiosity than the hippo or the rtilnoceraus on account of the great expense Involved in their capture. All lovers of natural history will be interested in seeing this rare animal which will bo on exhibition for the neek at the Fair Grounds. DISSOLVE PRUSSIAN DIET, This May Be Pone if No Agreement Ii Reached in Franchise M»it*r, . XJopenhageu, Thursday, 8ept ia.-«- The government is firmly decided to dissolve the Prussian diet' U no agroe- tnent is reached In the franchise reform question, according to ihe Berlin LokaJ Anaelger, Chancellor Von Hert- llng, however, 'WiU shortly sujannon various party leaders for a fonferenca, the article continues, and every effort will -be made to find a solution to tbo question. It adds that the house of lords will be given full opportunity to consider the question despllo attempted 'terroristic methods", Plainly re/Ierriug to the social democratic paf- ChUarea Cry FDR FLETCHER'S LADIES' COATS Smart Fall Suits Small Payment Down, Balance $1 Ladies' Drosses Ladies' Coats Ladies' Suits , Misses' Coats Men's Suits Ladies' Skirt) A WEEK Ladies' Waists Ladies' Shoes Boys' Suits Boys' Shoes Men's Shoes Men's Pants Ladies' Skirts $3.50, $4.50, $4.98, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, (o $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, balances 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 Positively the Best and Lowest Priced Roof The guaranteed Art Craft materia!, weather and time proof, fire resisting—makes the Ideal roof tot your home. Red—Gnen—Silver Cray The Art Craft Roof costs less than any other suitable root Applied right over the old roof •bingles or direct to roof boards on new buildings. Made In three beautiful patterns, red, green and silver gray. Adda materially to til* value and appearance of any home. «4i» far samples ami complete estimate}, _ See Our Display at State Fair, South of Grandstand L. J. WHITE LUMBER CO, 101 West Sherman Phone 65 ty'a published demngd that the diet be dissolved Immediately. It appears likely that a decision will not be reached for a fortnight or more. TP GREAT BEND TODAY. J. N. Tlncher, Candidate for Congress, to Talk to Editors. J. N, Tlncher, Republican candidate for congress, was down the RQCIC island southwest yesterday in the Inter est of his campaign. Today, 'accompanied by C, A. Rykor, chairman of the Seventh district congressional committee, Mr. Tlncher •went to Great Bend to attend the meeting of the Southwest Kansas Republican Editorial AssoclaUon where be is to deliver an address. NO FAVORED NATION. There Will Ukely Bo Nothing of This Sort After the War I* Over. Paris, Sept. 18,—pispatches from Geneva state that the French have renounced the Franco-Swiss commercial convention of 1W6, It is explained that this Is duo to the Kntento policy to Put an end to al( commercial treaties tn which the (stoat favored nation clause exUts, with a view to preventing the enemy from 'benefitUng after the war. One onp qf honey la equal to ono cup, of. WgftT, with pne-q«,.arter water added,' s< , K SATURDAY MOTORCYCLE DAY. Annual Raolng Program Will Be Held Booth All Ready .for Free Qovernmen. The motorcyclists will have a series of races on Saturday Sept. 14, the opening day of tie State Fair In accordance with the plan followed for tho last several years. Owing to unforeseen delays and to the fact that most of tho well known racers are already drafted for army service, the entrants this year will bo limited to racers from Hutchinson, Wichita and noarby towns. A good program has been a ITS used for the day. The following races have been arranged: Three mllos, professional. Five miles, professional. Ten miles, professional. Fifteen milea, professional. Three miles tor stock machines, Time trials. Ther iders already entered (ire fl. Johnson, flarley-DavldBou A. Al- •M. tenreld, Indian; R. U Symna, Indian; A- Burrls, Harley Davidson; Hlnes, Flying Merkel and W. Ferial, Barley- Davidson. Speck Warner,holds the record for th'e half mllo track. His time Is 1:03 for one mllo. Winter squash is delicious out lo squares and baked In- the oven, or sup steamed, .then scalloped, out.of tt e -, •teheUwUbaapo.Qtt, ^ ,

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