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t»Ai!K VOn?TREN. THE HUTCHINSON- NEWS, Emi(l€Kons®isi News ( t N I- : • I i- I :K\T A U : 'KM K,VM :. N >KH- Al-bi I 'Mul! 1 n» tmO Bi'iicm of in 'f f.(ij(i<'?;i..H ctniiii h.« "t'.f wold. I M«1M ti >ir> r lii.i.-IIH>i i\«lvrlti.--lTH i 'in l 1 i' 1 !. .wee tll- "s:u t ».•"!• I dl' On ii .Hi N 'U.i i ;.i.«slf nil taiiiti Ny [tti -ri-- f<( your ;t< <'"mfn' *1H- l<»n. uli li sir'- «Jur Jilul p»y:ililR (•'.«* M> -iii: ifif tirt ;<> of tttfmr- ii. n. ^..-j fin i^irti u.s iiiulei -lAto 1 if > 'i ;•;•.) ifi* i '.i.-ct 'N- (.coiiifiiy M:J cre- r" iii.iiuiii of .-,'.;t1< nifliU SALESMEN WANTED. j K.\M-:SMl ; ;N—l ''or KnnsiiM. V ;ir:ttny (Vt- •j (II.IT IPI; IM'T mamiit p'wttion; o!i| IIOUM** j: ^IhMi,' fljlfitt. Mhr on I'M -'-pl I 'MUil terms; t ! hU ;li ritmiirisRlnns. $".!». >') wickly ;t«l v .iiiri'. i j S;ilt**-in mug Mr, Suite 1 I. S *Jt> U'O'HIW:II<I, • I iftruit. 11 — FOR SALG-MISCELLANtOUS. 1 I.N 1 I liri*l nr,<l I I 1 'MlUtirillly I sin .ii. Will ' ! w.'icl. Kil:i; 1 • fr h \p | 1 . 1\ 1, M r iln •n lniiY r.s. -"• I in *1 ,||> very Inch KrmJe. ;irk. .1 . Many will fu^iit'ii ull rlioUf, "as niiiny us yon n rt!n.- I 'Tinm,* ftml KitlK I.:, ".Hug. Num.- ln>tt.i. M-1M < LIMll W >i| , 1 1, • I li.: ii. > i-iirMi:;: iLll'l Jli" 1 }i J'I I-:I < ll S.. t Hli lint. Ituiuoii. It. i I.. i ;h».rn «'o.-U ln:n.< Ml sow illl'l 1 Si 11 s:; 1 ; n HI it u T SI v 1 1uichins n TyptfUTtler C». IIUY-Vli TYI'KWUITISUS I'.iHK.ilns In Itt'built MucliiiH!!). ^or K'-nib.iuef .-w iky uiiig. I'huuy jo«o. WANTtD—MALB HELP. 'Mi i 't I" MAM • oM (nr S'l'i MAN \r,i:n Tlii.i l>i ;i i". j.j>. 111 unity hiiirri.*; in.ui ,th-t . JUT ) u-h>> tin,-, ri ':irhol the Hnui ini'iit in hif |'i <•« i-nt i t!«-.-.ICe.i \»y iv:.1 1. ,u,.] Imreiuii.. his .ii,•'.]»,• M-. iiii'^s r i .i- i in- i uri ••• of toinliii; a MIIIM in MI i|;cf I'nt'irt! Will be lUnil'.l .ml) tiy i-e.-ll!' |.r ahUity t u-\nti i -miif ston fcr«i*«J, but n'l ,ihs"liit"ly ne[:i.\ssnry. hnvt. gn(«l lo'.ilih. a in '.nt I -Hi nn n. uiif U.'l libfr .ielej jji 'lK * I If. v 1 - ' iiwittally .mil i J 1 1 > sii-iiiiy fi nn nt. Siute ,i|je. r.-ilm I «u -*l i .\ii.'rii 'i.. ;M.I! Kjihu v which will tit olv i illy ..-Xp'T: h.Ufl i pIvltMUKU, '•;irtif »l. i'f .1 i -unruJi -htinJiy. A<li-il- ;-l l-U tires uml II ]1 K \«. all »la**s. l-'or guar;inli.:c<i 'iv us. Ml.l-Stute .Motor Tire Missouri I'tirific tli-poi. y-U \Vc Juivo ;i low ) i riis.sure bailor for slt-ain itvaiii:K pl:iiit, will tie told a I A very low ti^uiv. Hvv H nt News Uftu'ti. 1' 1 'It SA1 .K nooaU-r cabinet. roukliiK chair .diop li"ii«J ^e;\vili|; ui :l('hiliL', J\l- Axmiiister run. fruit j;iia nnd Jelly KUUSS- I-.S. I'luuic ;:*ui-\v. i;;-:t AUtOMOtJILIi. BKCOND-M AKD Hutchin»nn It ihc ln«lt»l miukit f»f «rcon<l-hnnil »utomcibllM. i'ro«p»ctiv» Imrtrs »houlil watch Itato column fof com- Dli-ie I'. JI ot bitrftlm. 10s®i Car 1 1Ul -i Miixwcll in running urdcr, xtarlpr, pi.-. A gi:t at ...Ii:»U.OJ| !:M« Mntwcll. B'-od llrrw, on is tin? over- 1 liuoh-d niM) In rxcoUent shape. J (.'nine in nr.d look t Ju^c over. 1TU on a |i o-war basis. uur ni'w Iticutlun . 2:'-12l ."hi-riimn I'Jiist. l-'Oll KAUK. One IU'O Truck Clrtsis, In flrst-cluw< cutumion; tour pmcm-aily new cwings and lubes. Auyune n-iintins a li ui *k i-htiym t-iui siiv..- money L»y lot'kini; this up. Thrt't'- iiuuitfr low size. 1'*. \V. CiUNNlNXI, l!-tf StcrllliK, KiU\. F.m SA1.I-3—l-oliiiitl Chiliu boars. Shropshire bu'-"k.s ,ano Jpr .soy bull. Thus. Ltitll, lnu-low. Kiius. l'hotic Uiirlow 212. 9-H Koll SAI^r;- Telt.t.h'.'UL.y, loh-phollo wlro. ft'til lull), MUII {1 I. hul-iiin.s ILIKI mulillu blanket. CiUl lulcr tj p. in.. i'.'J7 I'ast ?.r<l. 1U-10 WANTI-.P , 1 Till-' Uil.K - I' 1 I'l-llOl.l. S I-'IUKSM 'KI^S ; •TAlM.K THi: Wdia.l'S WAIf lit Kur i ir..iin.!s N.Rl.l »l»«» unly. ! '.oiiujIU 1" SlHKi' Ma .niK '-.r •" ' al 'Ki l-'i'tl SA1.K - 2 horscM, 3 Hprlnp wagons, 0 >lar.tls of bi'tv. one bugffy atui gaitlen ti..oi.s . :'7i^> No. AUama. \v. J. WilOcn. U-1T AI.plv 7 '.oiiu;lil in iVnli'a, ll.ili. K'j N. Main. WANTKI' l-'.illn-i H • 11 p.i\un-ni 'lo'.\ v.. Vo'ul.i.j V -i.t; l-.tnb t'onnii'.-i-> t- 1 • 17 B Uel nrtli'-i- 1 ^tliln .-ll -I'-t. iialau.-t- *. "•' INIIIIH |1 a we «U. 1:| C W 1 in.I. ruK SAL.10--Aviiry tractor V2--!>. located at J.cwsi, Kansaw Used one season. Ad- f ,,,,yi ilic«s 'A. ltanUiill. Uutetiliiion, knns. H '; MUX'S Zt.tliinK. sine :ia, 7 ami a capiT. . 7, collalti l&Vij, OVi:I-i;.)uia 2i to V*. [ I'll- nr- 9MS-W . No dealers. 12-S1 WANTKI* —A f(« pi'iT'i'iiK over ..i female, to learn laundry w man. in |»-»ltl"lis tvr R«««l l""'!' 1 in l" i^on nt i-ur Maui ultlce. Si.nni l-.uiuliy . l-^iilt S.ALIC -l-'ancj- pt(,'con«, KCICI^II var- ietiojj. Inivilie Jtil) Civriientci- livst. rl.nim 2113, a. lei C P. M. 12-Ot MI:N A it' is >ary HONS .It 1'" 17 IM i:. It,, male rli. I 'er- '. Apply t ^""''J",'.';," | h\.U SAI.K-;. younjj sows that will fa'r- " i row .soon. 1 jroixt l'ohmd China boar. Hay Slilvos, l'hone USD. 12-111 l-'Aperleti.-,. unnee- j ;:,M.;:;.>. ; "" : |'-r A"''' HAKl.ANri biuie e Agi Tn:y. burner, slzu tC; :t I liunu-r nil rariKi- ,botti in good condition, • ileds. iil West l. 14-ti KOH SAI.l->--191C fonl touring cur, driven l»,i*ori inlios; dLMiHMiiiuiblu runa, shock absorber?, scat ijovers, i;o<Hl tlrt-s, lota ot other equipment. Vnr \s like new. Uar- Ktkln f"i e;ush. rhnne "30W-J. IZ-K COLE 0<SET l.noks ati-d ruiLs like new OIK.halt' actual value; phone I urrerMJ at t9y. i-if HA1.K-19I7 Ford roadster with extra boxjy and demi-untable rims; WS- ger iiast -.phono latiW. Call at noou nr ufior 6 p .m. o-U Save Money on Farm Loans We nrft ftiaklnit >".irtn txxitw e n 20 year Amortliicd or Rural Credit Pluti. On this plan the borrower In required in pny his debt n tittle nt a time, vim $87.lR per each tl.oon bortowed, annually Tor 2(1 venra, which pays the entire debt. Interest nnrl principal. Privilege ot poylt.R n» rnUclt sooner Uian 10 years ns you lUe. Aveinne latere,,! figures about 4 per cent. No couimls- Blon charire^l. Loans on Straight 5 Year Plan B% % Just now we hnve some eastern money to lonn oh Rood control K nan as furniA at the very low rate of 6'^ per cent with a lensonablo conrmdsaton charffe, Thl« low rnle may he recalled soon, If you will need money In the nonr future, we advise you to make application nt c?nee, (.'all at 5Uf ofliee over Commercial National Bank. We Sell Farms fOElHOMSOH We Write! Iusnfaiice lEon^ ®na Kmmj PsByuflSKBnnfts 42S WHSt SHKIl.MAN-1 ronnw. Iifi.lit.^ gns pump all In pood shape with fifty feet fronlaKo. lYW-o $11 )50.00. J -'W.Wt cash, balance ut 7 per cent on payments . f>2!t C 15 A ST—4 room**. llKhta, K«fl. pump, well hulll nnd brlek lined between wall.*, $•><) fee*t. Price $xr,0.i>u. $1U0.00 cft'Jti, balance payments nt 7 pur cent. 42? N'OHTII MO.VfU.iK—6 rooms, Hghts, gaj<. well, so feet, a tiarvtiln at $1200.00. U MI,oo ciiflh, twlancc payntenia «t 7 per ceul. r, HOOM MODKHN collage KJUII 6th. well built ami modRin, except furnace, 60 feet . An excellent buy at $3,000.00. cash and buJiUice on payments to t'liit at 7 per cent Interest. FOK TIlAT*)K~l dandy rental properties for live stock. Especially good and al- wny.s rented. Tib® F^naflreija h©mm & Trasft €© D Kill! SAl,li~!»lS IiuICk big si", almost new 11.16 Mitchell good as new Detroit ICIeclric Car Co.. IS So. Walnut. . l'none US-I. . 13-lt RAUIAT0118 I'roniPt yervleos on repair work. O. K. Autu Hndintor Co., is South WaslLncton. Phone uao. z-tt FOU SA1.1-:-— li.17 ClievroleL louring ear, al.*-o 11M.S Hudnon Supi-rsln. lourlns car. Until good as new. , SIW Kast 7lh. Phnne tl^D. 13-U V r .v;>TKIJ-To trade I-*ord tourlns biKly tor Kortl Sedan or l-'oid Coupe body. Addri-fts A .A. H., Ciuitletun, Katus. 14 -18 -21-31 WANTKI' M .-n suits. J12 ••' t' WANTi-:l>- Man lie! ill More it The |.\uimi.H Heir n--v (all SAUM-Cheap. 10 .null payment' .. Uo.u.l_.entrlm- llOtt.'K.. It. Sh ,1 |,liu . I!i>' P. lnlerna- N. .Mart. It. F .1'.. Nu. 1 .city. Fr-.Sa.13-t! '^ n-t;i I'ldt HAI.Ir'—MIIPKO peppers, red one« f>0e biLHkel-, Kieeu ones !'!(.' pound. U. C. ,ili in a ''U'' 1 --. Phone 277&. 12-11 Ad.lns. UI.AL'K liu -e hal Willi velvet crown and j r'j i i blaeli Jet urnameiit. White beav ~ 1'tione 11J2'.. WlSTI 'Ji IIAKKItS' IllOl-l'llt llltKAl .1 WltAI-Plil'S. APPI.V I S'l.V IIANS..N llltP.AI" <-''.. ULACHSMITII--ll""<l ,,l„c. in lu J7 per PVilnw I. K-'li WANTI" i --Coop. tlai.'Mi -Salt i.'i ollice. all 1: day. AN!' l'Kll- i i :t -ir j 'Ur.d man at ; I-'. V. Slalil, i 27 -11 ! F.iU SAl.i:—One Nn. 16 Smalluy ensiliisi' cutter, pipe and distributor. I', tl. L)u- intid l'lalltaliuu. 22-eod-tl l'*wlt .SALi: -Nice room)- lunch anil P.JP ei 'ru w.^ou . fall at 111) 1st \\'e -sl alter .. p in. ' ..pVai' 11 '. r "dl.wn town 1 '-' 01: SAU?-My i-.HIre thick ot hlKh- plal.l .,1 dov.il tohll Bli|Ji , |llln . Fu . kl Ml . AI „ rl . aj .. ph , jnu : li.illow. •• ti-ti \^NTlIri-Uoy belwe.u 10 J*;""'"''! l'.VIt KALK-O^Td^dl^Wn^e^ la pet-so,.. Model hleaui UiulldlJ. | |n „ ,„. R . h , I , t . .„_ a ba ,. B aln, -o 0 ;l North * i Main . . U -2t \VT V 'TKI i-.-Ufll linv. tiniiid and r"um.; Apply l.-H-al llanafer. il.irviy House, j YOIIU chance to buy at u bargain, If laline soon, Iteo ur Furil, IB inotlei. Near ly Kulsl as new. I'hone H 10. - 10 -tt l'Oll SALK—1S16 Ford Tourins. good running older, practically new tires. Hutchinson Implement Co. lU-2t l-on SALE—New Auto Tiro tubes. 20 per cent on. Mayfield lludiaior snop, 11 South Walnut. lu-lf 8BCOXU ll.VNB Cars (or sale or trade cash or payminls at U & P. Oarage. 2.1 West 2nd . 12-20 Manager for Restaurant and Lunch Room. State age, experience, salary and references. Call or write. FOR SALE—CITY PROPERTY. Fon SA u i;:— UESIDKNOK Five room bungalow, ai5 West 1-th, Furnace, guxage, uutbulkllng and tin it trcea -If you are looking- for u homo ji-u can buy thia from owner cheaper lhaii you could build the house alon-; to<iuy. Klne neighborhood, high und dry, m-ver botheriii with wati?r in your baaertwnu See Dr. Johnson, lib Kust A. l0-eod-*Jt FOIl .SAl-K—line Oakland six, than 75*JU mtlua. Call HOT - J run l"ss ll-lt FOlt SAL.K—Ford inuring car, U'U. model In good condition .yotj.uo, 5.'J1 ISfusL 3- ^ Foil .SAM'^-Saven ]):i£aonger Ford car. I-YJII SAI-15—«r trade .five passenger ear. Call ^iTii -J.- ' 1--^ X\'-\N*J'K1> 'Y"iijiff man. retail Krocery •.•>.l"'l'iel.ce. I lulden llllle (Irocery. CvANTF.H—A painter. 11 I'hone »M.1. Stehensoii. 14-iii WANTED- T 1' travel, -FEMALE HELP. Fi.W; ,SAI*K—_n head Jlnlsteln tows; somo fri'tli ur.d Mime coming frewh, l'hnnc r.:;;-j. M-ir IMCKKI.' and windfall apples. W. K. Cone, 900 West 17th. Phone '-MOti-Il. lO.Tu-Sa-tf FOI1 SAldv—One set of good buggy harness imeap. I'hone 12-M heater ano 14-1 WAN *'- :, ie,„ T ^.raifa,.5Te 1 ^ ««t, s, a e r for UavfUny e\peiis-ti. AddruHH at | ( 'i call 11 7th eagt. lH Siit7-2S *' ,tJ ItSAM'"?—"> nhoata and one good milch j cow. :'0S F wust.* 13-H Piione U*3t vuiu* oneo (Joodrlth lnug Cuni|jaiiy Omaha, Nebr. panneiit down, balance S.NS u weeli. I .0.' 12 U est l -'-3t Coiner Uoinmcrc 70'.1 12 West. n ., y. I ^TTAl^--^rz^m . . ! 12S 1st cast. WANTKI) ijulles to buy their fall suits,' coals and dresses, a small paym-nl down, balaiii-e at 11 a week. Corner I'tim- nieice Co., 17 & lu N. Walnut. ll-i'.t IIAHI,!-: DAVIDSON lilcycles—A brothur to the fiunous motorcycle of the same nume . liet a Hurley Davidson bicycle before our price goes up as most all bicycles Have raised from 10 per cent to 10 per •ent liarley Davidson Cyclo Co. lz-tf rabbits. H-tf. , I'H.VI.Vh'fXAn csik runs east. Phone ';t ::S. Sheriran 14-11 1KOII SAI..I-:-lta.se burner . Phone WANTKD—A eompiit-nl girl fur general | housiiwork. No washing . Ta<, In f.-iin- II y i.loo.l wages. Mrs. W. V. Morgan, 42.i Mlieriiinu east . 11-11| Inundry; i'Jl -J. Kl-St Fult HAL.F— Hood cnw. 122 I-: we.it. 12-14 WANTED—MISCtLLANBOUl. W \ NTl-lll- • A few experience - - woilii'is, men or woi.ien . Apply at once , W A NTKI <—\oil lu know tluil you had In net*,,a at >,ur Main lirilce. American: better base that old chimney and foiln- vii.m.n ljuiielri- 12-2t'diilion repaired betore could weather, - — I Phone : IMU, i:i -st ^VANTl';l^--I.ady bookkeeper;, one who is' able to do general office work. Apply lu pel-son lo Western C'igur Co., -112 Main *l. WANTKD -Kxperu-need lady Hleuograpli- er, one Willi flour mill or railroad ex- perli.-ni i- preleritd. l^irabeu Flour Mill Corp. j WANTKI)—A used Hurley Davidson mo- I torcyele Willi side car; title or 17 niodol. 14' Write or call, 1 -J. M. Smith, Hurrtun, lvas. 10-61 WANTiaiJ--Paled alfalfa and urulrla hay In ear lots. Let me know what yju have 3 -tt' to sell. 1- M. -Mct.'reory, Lyuus, Kansas --- 12-ls \VANTi-3l" 41lrls for steady work; Girls .__-——. --• ~ wllh cwicriencc preferred. Itlchaids- \VANTHI>— 1V rlgure your plaslerlne and Keheble I'an Iv Co. 12-31 patchwork. Stucco work a specially . — ' . Phone J. I.. Oreen, 3669. ID-lit WANTFO • F'dei ly lady to lake care of, —7— blind l.uly fur a home .Call 11I 3I.S A 1 WANTKIJ—Clean, bright straw; will pay iv.-ui |4. 00 per ton delivered 10 the Hultminsun Box Hoard and Paper Co. .».« I W \ NTKI > - t-iirl for general house work, good pay for right party. Phone 2B01. I WANTED—One or two furnished rooms iu-ll ' " ' ' WANTKD—At once, several young Indies, lueida UiuiKlry, DHl l." liisl. 10-5t WANTI1H Ulris over 16. Apply In per- j son Model Htea 111 Ijiundry. 2S-tt WANTI-:!) tlirf'd glil or woman; general housewoik . Phone 37. 11-11 WA NTI-ll'---I'Ulru girli, for Fair week. F. 1 W. Woi'lworth Co. 13-21 WANTKI' -At .Methodist Hospital, woman for cleaning. S-lf with or ! Itox iOO. without boaid. Answer O, 14— WANTUD—To conlract - your ctinept work, sidewalks a specialty. Cull 177. W A NT I'll) — 11 a 11 1 1 n g to and from Falr gruuuds. i'liiine 111. lirlU & Sun. 12-21 WANTHD —Cattle hors,; weighing from tllsl tu ItieO laiuuds. Fulton Market. W A NT KD—Second liarid turillture. l''uinlturi) Co. llauh 2C -tt WANTKI) Hills Svvlft & Co. WANTKD- tin I. UiUiatry, WANT I'll) • Hotel. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. hour work; good pay. I 111-121' FOIt SAI,K--We lluvo InilldlllR locotlona — • I ul all prices. Wo build Humes according Apply lu person . Magic >. to your own plans and sell litem 10 you on u-tii payments like rent. The Klukel Agency Phone 2v &E>, State Kxi-liuugc Hank Itldg. eud 10-K 1-lxperlenced waltriss, llenn 4-tl WANTKI) WTNTMIV TAIll.K gri» wanted. stock girl at Itosion Sloie. 13-31 Chambermaid at Itusentont. 12 -lt Will SA1.K- Vii section, Morton Co,, 3 ml. nux'lli uf H'illa. {.5 tlcr.u. broke, ffOOU clop, C. K. NVItlieriHler, J'levna, Kahs. 10-14 TO TRADB, OIKl. Wanted. Sinyser Denial ('0. 't'ANTI.'l' ti 'lrld at Cu.ldyland. & A. Drug Co.. TO I'-itdo Five toom liuuso In Partridge 12 -lt: llio ;ti.'ri-s western land for llutcttl.isgn • j piopeny. 11-11 I—Ask McNaghleu. Phone IS. 28.II. POSITION WANTSP—MALI 12-ti ,ji 'Oll TltADKCiloriMlo potato land for . block ol groceries or good auto, Seu. Q, [ W. Allord; phone 11)31 3 -JI VANTKK-Job oil (iiriu by matrird inan.-TO TllAUti— Valuable lots near Mlutul, C. \V. Ofleltfleld, Part-1 FUu-idii. for JU11U cars (any kind). Cull ••""-It West ret'cre.lei-s. lltlge. Kans. IVANTMD- Place 10 work for board, and room, by young mull all end lug school. Call 3329. • \\ \Nll I. I 'osition as seutiun forcwian auywliere . AddreM V-Sl, IWII ||«V<<- ... > |,A,>,' I.-,.,,. )~*Mj at 217 10 3rd SI. roiTiiBNT— Bul'dlnu •uit>til*"lar, sibur, lion grocery. t03 Bait 0. _. 1J -U 1V)|| moNT— 4 uiifutnlshed r«9itw .,»Wfllv Mi Ami',.,..,. FOIt SAM:.—Ford with delivery., body. 1^07 lUth B. 13-tf I'OVi SALE— Fords. MeVey Livery. 8 -tf MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. MLTTlinicTcX^ (several splendid biirgalna lu used wo- torcycli'ii; all are In good running order, it la well worth you time to call and Inspect the.se machines . \Yo have new and used pans .tires an dacciMssuriua of at' kinds fur motorcyclist . llarley-Davldson Cylce Co., ^fi WuBt 2nd Street. 12-ti FOIl SALE—1918 H.-U. motorcycle, l91(i bide car; In good shape . For quick sale 135 .00 . MO First WesL a-ll-H-at FOR RENT— FURNICHED ROOMS. FOU 11KNT—Itooin, first -claJs, in modern home; desirable for teaciurj; mdy prc- fwrcd; iil'J North Poplar; phone li &J. 0-tf TWO UARUA1NS. 7 room house, clusu in t modern except furnace. J^700;W). 5 room modern except furnace, good location on Gth "Kawt, for quick saJK J2-50.W>, Make our wants known to the SHIN BY KliALTV CO. i27»i X. Main . I'hone 13U FOR SALIS—Partly modren home on best street; t> rooms .76 feet. Just what ll cost ten yearn ago . Sell this week. Leaving city. Exceptional terms. Address tl-M, News. 0-14 NliW modern 7 room home, well built, fire place, oak Jlnish, sleeping porch, two baths . W„ J. Towusendj2<(8 9th \V. i'hoac 3jy-w: • *- 14- n 318 west •14tbii St. new. fiv^ room house, 13'jO easU, balanco' moptlily. —Auk McNaghtcn. Phon'e 15t 26-U. FOIl SALK— '-'houses, one six room, one 1^ room. Cull 201 Ii west or 1'hono 2972. il-U FOR SA LK—<i Room modern house, nparly new, Kaal Seventh. Telephone lfiGl. 6-tf FO RSALI->—Good cheap lot on 17th l!^ist in Crescent Park. Phono ;12G1-\V. 13-tt FOR SALIC—ICight-room modern *2,&0Q; 1^0 Fifth West. hOUH. 5-lt The very desirable business r™ m at No, 4 N. M^In for lease. Inquire ot Masonic Temple. Waiited—Man or woman with Home of flee and bookkeeping experience . Also man familiar wfLh Paints ;uid Class. LADIES' Fall Suits Sm&U Payiitent Down, Balance $1.00 A WEEK Ladies* Dresses Ladies' Waists Ladles' Coatfl Ladles' Suits Misses' Coats Men's Suits Ladies' Skirt. Ladies' Shoes Boys' Suit* Boys' Shoes Men's Shoes Men's Pants BOVS'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, $4.98, $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 ROAD TO BERLIN Which the Yanks Are Looking ~ Uown, Was Napoleon's. CONDITIONS FAVOR ALLIES Prospect Looks.Good (o Kalian Writer Who Discusses the Situation. npiicai-ed one morning a highly ro- Etppctcd resident of our most respect/able suburb. • i. "Now," said the magistrate, 'the charge against you Is that of being drunk and incapable. Have yuu anything to Bay." "Yes, sir," sntd the highly renpect- ed resident. "It was the result of a bet." "A hot? Do you mean to say that you, whom wo have all known so long as a neighbor, got drunk on a \yi\V "Oh, no sir! Indeed, no! ' It was like this. You see, soino friends of mine were betting drinks on ihc " o'clock race and—er—they i.skttl me to hold the stakes!" YOUNSTERS MAKING A NUISANCE OF THEMSELVES -14 So. Manl.-f, Suitable for healiug plant for store or shop. Will be sold very reasonable' Inquire at News office. FOR SALK OR TRAD*. K,VNSAS^nTYr ^loTr^PU01 ^KP.TY for sale or exchtuigu. Six robma Queen Anne redldenco and vacant comer lot. All Improvements In. l'rlce Sli.MKi. Subject to JH.SiJO. Incumbrance ,nut can do- llver property clear. Six blocks north or —- Klectric Piu-k, 2. blocks east ot Troofll all kind* of material. car line. Will sell on easy payments or »fes from out or toivn will receive prompt irodo for clear farm, S. W. Kaunas land, attention;. All work guaranteed. Addreu bonds or ljankabfe papers Jtelgel UldB., .Muberly, MO. We do tills work in the best manner on Parcel J J ost pack- rill receive prompt aranteed. Address 509 .North Main, Uudwlg AUt, .Ml«»« O. V..BotK.ru suJl-14 Hutchinson, Kans. FOU UENT—Furnished cottatfe for win- u-r to parties without small children, 700 8lh East. I'hone 2571-W . 12-Sl TWO llOOMS lu modern home; bdard If duslred . une-lialf block from car line. I'huno US2-W. 10-ut l'Oll 'RENT—Very desirable rooma with hoard; single or en suite; SI East Klxtll; I'.K'lie 37. KOlt I11CN1'—Nicely furnished modern bed room, close In. Phuno 15!>'J after H P^.in^ VKItY Ueslrable furnished room for gen tlomau at 14 1'^ast U'h. Phone 14&6. iti'iO.MH—To rent furnlslied and unfur- ulbhed . 401 North Wain. 10-4t l'Oll HI-INT—Nicely furnished room with brcikfa.it and dinner if desired. ;uz A East, • l0-« KORNIHHWD rooms for light housekeeping . 126 Uth elast. l-'-3t irull ltlilN'i'--Sulte ol rouius. Phone 3808. five furnished FOR llKNT-^Model'o Phone 481. room. J2-itt MODERN—Rooms, lilma, 128 1'lrsl i-^^ MODliRN -Furnished rooms; zm A Iilaat. C-t! LIOHT HOUSBKBEP1NQ ROOM*. KOR IIMNT—8 light housekeeping rooms, unfurulsliod; one steeping room, furnished; rurnacu heat; phone SitiiW. Oil l-'GK HUNT-—Ughl housekeepltig rooms. 216 West 7th. 12-14 TWO ROOM collage nicely 281 W. !»'• furnlstied. U-tf l'Oll RUNT—Mydcni Jicusekeeiiliig room.) 3^6 2nd west. 17-tf. BUSINB88 OPPORTUNITY, llOTKIj (or rent--20 rooms furnished I'Qiuiiletc; good location, regular patronage . l-lasy terms . Cumu and Investigate, for full tiariicuuus, uddrevs SV. P. C'iom- eut. SterllllB .Kttns. 14— t'Oll 8AI.K—Orovery and market. Oood business. Will reduce stock to suit purchaser . Address U-sl, caro News POULTRY. KUH SAI.UV-line single comb *')iUu leg- lioin hww; photic 21&0W. . ThHM. and Sut. f-H a psuxa STiio KWNB~ FOR SALE OR TtlADli LAND BAROAIN. 831 acres good wheat land of sale at 811) per aero under the market pr would. I^OKT—Old corduroy" coat between 301 trade aud take In stock of merchandise In | js, Eluit unJ 118 m Weilt Klndor pleaso good location, located J nUcs north and 1; loave 1U young's (JoaJ Yard, or phono mile west ol Spcarvlllo, Ford Co., Kans. , m 3 a • .. . ' ' ' u .<a Call or wrle owner a. li. Johnson Spearville .lvansas, 1-ti. KOR SALE, RENT or Trade—7-room house. No. 15 Twelfth west; newly painted, papered and revamlshcd; mod' em except furtuuse. See or phono Carl Nelson, 1127 South Main. K-tf FOR MALlil or Exchange—tl room bungalow on 11th St. ' Sell ou easy terms Or will consider auto.lots,' or small prt'P- erty as first payment. Kasy terms, on balance. Phone 1674.. IS-U FOR SALE OR TRADE—S-room semi- modern cottage, double garage blue grass lawn, shade tree 60 ft. front, will consider smaller property and difference. Pbono 1612. • 6-'f. LOST—oold watch fob, Initials U. W. Finder please return to News office and receive reward. I 12-iy IvOST—Diamond ring. Vi carat, size 3V4; Initials A. 1„ W., 500; Liberal reward. Phono 1034 or 800. 10-tf 1XWT—Small loose leaf acct, tui-n to Modeni Bakery Co. book . no- Phone 282. 18-16 NOTICE—MISCELLANCOU*. FOR SAL.H OR TRADE—Bulclc five paa- Henger in first-class condition; will consider diamonds on part or-all; call phono 1632W or it South Walnut, 7-tf FOR SALE OR TRADEJ—Three lot« on * Second uvonue east of Plum street for otjulty in house or for good auto. Ask McNaghten. 11iono46, 4-11 FINANCIAL. MOHO TO LOAM on city homes. Long terms on monthly pay mcnt plan. Farm loans, TUB K1NKLK AGENCY, Phono 2065. State Eicliango Bank Bldg. FARMER Investorer put' your money In real oil leuses. Instead, of oil stocks. Make- the money yourself. Sox 81, llquts 1, LafouuUilue, K*W- U-ll 1JO YOU NEED J60f Private loans.en furniture, piano, etc. Easy payments. J, Sherman west. VU! Phono 971-W. H. 0. DeMerrltt. O. 11. JAMES, contractor und builder, Plans and specification furnished. Phone 30-FO. 9-tt, LIVERY—I'hone 2400.. 13 -71 ROOM ANP BOARD. Under new management ,1s now equipped to, furnish, board as well as i-ooms to Its patrons . Close to Santa Fe and Interurban depots and business district. 116 srd Ave. east . Phone 2667-W. 8-14 WANTED.—TO PENT, WANTED—Ten, or twelve room modern " Isntse, suitable for renting out sleeping ruoiivj to respectable people . Wilt pay up to (40 .09 rent. Address llllVi, Walnut St., Coffeyvllle .Kansas, 11-14 A. Mastro-Vnlerlo, editor of the Trt- btina Kiilluna of Chicago, commends the wisdom ot Napoleon lo the allies in France and thinks they could learn a useful lesson from the successes of tho Gorslcan adventurer. The French emperor always approached Berlin from the roatl through Austria and Mr, Mastro-Valerlo says; "The balanco on the western front continues to tip toward the allies, Vrench, English, Belgians, Italians, Portuguese, Americans, if they Bliould not succeed In driving the Hermans back as far and as easily as they expect, Hie swinging motion will continue to the point of exhaustion. This would be unfortunate, especially for the Kalians, who, to their own glory, are the only-ones to possess clearness of vision concerning the road to follow- in winning the war on the sea as well as on land. They always have advised their allies to follow, though In vain, so far, the road they followed themselves with the splendid results of one xiclory In the Trentlno and eleven on the rugged Carso plateau, to say nothing of the destruction of half the Austrian fleet. Effect Italians. "The route the Italians followed and the one they have persistently urged the allies lo follow is through the back door to Germany—that Is, through Austria. It is the route discovered and followed by Napoleon with the success known to every reader of history, Italian statesmen and General Cadorna beseeched the allies lo heed the importance of this route, but their efforts were wasted. "Afterward the allies and President Wilson were lulled to sleep by the Status letters, written for that very purpose by Charles to William, until they were aroused by the disaster of Caporetto. Thus I fear the see-saw on llio western front will continue till the allies decide to follow the path of Napoleon and of his worthy disciple (notwithstanding the disaster of Ca­ poretto (, General Codorna. Destroy German Fleet. "The deadlock will cxmllnun till the allies decide lo destroy the German fleet In precisely the way blasted .ty the Italians uguliiBt Austria, by air raids, by sea raids and . under-sea raids. IUzzo, Pellegrini. D'AnnunzIo and many others are ever .showing how. "The Italians, I have said, and I repeat, to their glory, are the only ones who have had and who have still the clear vision of the means to 'be followed if the war is to be won quickly. Let us hope they will be followed by the rest." FARM LOANSr CITY LOANS? —ask UcNugbleul «r#t National Uldg. 10 -tf TO LOAN—Private- inoiiey lowest values. \Y. 11. Brown. SOti Urt Ka -U.^ldg. 12-16 TO LOAN—Private mdn'ej-, Lowest rates, W7 11. Brown. ~ FOB RBNT--RMIQIBNC .pt, FmTTlENT^Euvni * > rQ^ Second, inquire at p.ou#o between 1 aud 4, Owner will board with parly If desired.. . : W-Jl FOR HUNT—1 room hoUSo at 608 West lUh, 88,00. Cull at'118 West 8th. Am, biers. . , ll-ti FOR BMNT—OfV ,.1LJ to adV'tiKi I WW house. 421 Easi'D. ;• 8-tf 7rmxJ^r^.s^ WANTED—To .rent farm by man and wife; experienced; must have stock and implements furnished. Address X-84, care Now". 14— WANTED—7 or 8 room completely mod ern house by Nov. 3. Phone 3228. 13-3t JWpll Worth Your Attention, a will "close our plant ooe-bnK day next weqk so our employes can go V> the Slate Fair. This further necessitates SENDJINb Y0UB SOILED ClOOpg BAftLY, PhontTlOT or ?ioj. ••<•-• U AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY. W. h. lltabbAW, Plevna, KtuiB., used tui Itttcrpstlowil Combined Harvester ThreBliei' this yenr—result: Saving ot one-jialf In tbreehlns px- ponse. See it todai;, at iio Harvester By Playing Around the Partly Erected Soldiers' and Sailors* Monument. "About twenty-five young boy8 have been making a regular nulsttncu of themselves playing around tho new monument which is being erected on First Avenue east," declured Mi Hoiiglaud this inornins. "Thoy continue to-pull-on.the-guy ropes and perform all kinds of trapeze slunta on tho wires which are connected with tho derrick. Some one is going to get hurt Bome tme and then, too, they do a great deal of damn go to the part of the monument which Is up and tho pieces lying around." It seeins that a number^ of youngsters hnve been using this part of the parking as n play grounds. Every morning tho contractors tleclnro that they have to clean up tho various tools and pieces ot marble slabs that the boys' dirty feot have been over before they Can begin their work. "Something must be done about It," Mr. Hoagland Insisted, "becauso this can't keep up at this rate. I liopo-thls will serve as a warning to them for their own safety, but If it doesn't then somo other means will have to be taken to sco that they stay away." The work Is progressing nicely and the monument is now aBsuining a llttlo bit of the form wbich it Is to be like when finished. It ts being erected In memory of those who gave I heir lives in the Civil vfar and also those who have given anil tire lo give their all |n this world's struggle. (of Interest to Family Wash Patrons. Tho family washings sent to qur laundry are now looked after and handled by Mr. A. H. Tuttle of the Hutchinson Family Wash Laundry. Family wash patrons are thus sure to receive as good or better service than ever before, We solicit your business. Phono 107 or 2107. . it AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY, • . • • REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. • • • (Continued on Page 1J.) (Rororted by Hall-nucland Abstract Co., No. 8 East Sherman) John B. Neufeld to Johsnn C. Dyck, tract In ulk i, Martens' add. Bull- Ur »350.0Q Joseph Schrog to Jacob S, Schwartz, tract 60 feet by 140 feet In Pretty Pralrlo 1500.00 .........$600.00 Reeves A. Crawford to A. L. Stanley, SEU 26-24-10 ,17,1)00.00 J. B. Haxtqn to J. O. Bridsowaji, lot it & M Wk 9. H. I. Cos m add .11.00 James WWtson et «1 to Nicholas J. Yutzy, 8WH ; 6-?iHvfT,80Y.pO . ' Nrt'flttlWy. , I D « took ft ji^ntjoft p9}te« c 9 urj, Hadley Methodist Episcopal Church, Corner Avenue F and JUItu. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Mrs. Etllth Rlddell, superintendent, At 11 o'clock, Sacrament of the, Lord'B' Supper. 3:00 p. m. Junior Epworth I^»agite. 7:01),p.. m. Senior Euworth League. Song, prayer Land evangelistic service, 8:00 p, in. Board ot Stewards Monday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday 8 p. in. Ladles' Aid, Thursday % p. p. A cordial invitation to all. WIIJ4AM T. DANNBR, pastor. Dry Cleaning That Pleases. Tho first dry cleaning plant in Hutchinson was. started In our luun- 'dry, It was also one of the first in jKansos., We have kept it right up-to- date ever since. Our quality of work Is the best to be obtained and our price, all things considered, Is the cheapest In the end to the customer. We desire to servo you in a way that will be satisfactory to all concerned. Phone 107 or 8107. It AMERICAN. STEAM LAUNDJIY. Minigterlal- Mooting, There will be a meetjjtE pt the Min- tutorial Association. Union held Monday rqornlng at 10: SO p'elqpk at the Y. M, 0. A. All members are urged to be present. It isn't the price you puy—Its the service yon get. JnternaUonaj Motor trucks glyq the . service, Ask any user about - the service: and law up keep cost an his International Truck, or ask the salesman at the Stale Fait Exhibit. Ho-haa the tacts; • • J4-HI •VpUe t» peine us «a WW* i«,,^.a ( ,, it' It

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