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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1924. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAGE ELEVEN. •••\ RATES ON CLASSIFIED AOS for comccullvo inauruDna nam* copy, soma day. . Minimum charts » 1 Day —Per line • 2 »aya—Per line {• II Days—Per ino »5 4 Day*—Per lino 8 Uaya—Per line ••• 7 Days—Per line 5 Days-Per line i , ft 10 Daya—per line .•IV 2 WcVka^-Per lln .1 MoMh-Per line ...j.• »; >•»» At M 1 Month—Per line Special lodge rate, per line for hoth napora TELEPHONE AOS The News and Tho Herald will (P** careful attention to all ada received over the telephone, but cannot guarantee accuracy. LEGAL NOTICES > (Firat published Nov. 24th, 1934, In the iiiitchlnBon News.) Notice to Contractora. BUla will bo received hy the Board of CommlKslomtra of llutchlnnon, at tho City Clerk's orflcu up to 3-.0Q o'clock p. ni., Friday. December 5th, I?1'4, for the coiiHiructloH of the curh- ing. guttering and paving of Seventh Street rrom Main Street to Walnut Street, Maple si tree t from Third Street to Sixth Street and the ullov between Sixteenth and Seventeenth Streets. Work to bo done In accordance with the plans and specifications of the City Engineer on file In the Clerk's office. A certified cheek for ?500.00 must Accompany ench hid for the curbing and guttering and a certified cheek for $1,000.00 must accompany each bid for the paving. Tho Board reserves the right to reject any and nil bids. KB MKT/., City Clerk. 2i-;it CARPENTERING CAHPKNTEItlNO: lug. Phone 1098.1. furniture repair- 10 DRESSMAKING— MILLINERY 10 HOUSEHOLD GOODS (Cont.) HIUHl;ST cash prices paid lor aa klndB of used furniture. Nothing too good; nothing to poor. Crook Kurnt- turo Kxchange Co., phono 91. ALTERATIONS, suits and dreasmaK- log, remodelln, pleating, furrier Mrs, ftlchnrdg, phone 226IU. WANTKU-Dres." making: satlsfatlon KtlaratUeod. . MM . Uaya, 514 N. Main 12 PAINTING PAPERHANGING 12 JAS. W111TH wall paper atoro, MM 8. Main, phone 200. Itealdencc 4yj ':i. WANTED—Paper 07" W . hanging. 14 REPAIRING, ALL KINDS 14 C. V. PRICE, upholstering, phone 024. ELECTRIC motor, armature rewinding, repairing. We buy, sell, rent used motors. HUTCHINSON ARMATURE WORKS Phono 202. 1 South Walnut. (First published November 24th, 1021, In Hutchinson News.) Notice to Property Owners. Notice la hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of tho City of Hutchinson, Kansas, uill meet in their Clin.mbera In Convention Hall, at 3:00 o'clock p. m., Friday, November 28th, 1924, as ft Hoard of Knuallzatlon, to adjust and crinallr.o nsuessmems of the properties liable for the cost of paving Eighth Street from Poplar to Plum, Maple Street from A to Third Ave., Eighth Avenuo West from IWnln to Monroe. Seventh Ave. West from Main to Monroe Street, the alley •between Adams and Jefferson from 19th to a point HO feet north of 19lh Street, and tho alley between First nnd Second from Adams to Washington Streets. Witness my hand this 22nd day of Novomher. 1921. WALTIJR F. JONES, Mayor. 21-St Introduced and read Nov. Hth, 3924 Ordinance No. 1,7t7. An Ordinance Vacating a Portion of Raff Street In the City of Hutchinson. Ha It Ordained by tho Bonrd of ConimlRiIonors of the City of Hutchinson, Kansas: Section 1. That Raff Street from Campbell Street to Pork Street b*i and tho same Is hereby vacated, subject, liowever, to the perpetual right or the City to use so much of said street as may be necessary at any time In the future for water, light, fewer, telephone, (aa aud other public utility purposes. Section 3. Till* ordinance shall take • ffect and ba In forco lrom and arter lta publication once in the Hutchinson News. Approved Nov. ISth. 1921. WALTER F. JONKS, Ma yor. >:. E. LYMAN. H". I,. 1I1IOWN. 11. .1. HASKAltli. LOKBN 1>. FEltGUSON. O'tinnK -'UmLTS. Attest: El> METZ. City Clerk. 34 -lt CARD OF THANKS WE wish It. thank our kind friends and neighbors and the American Legion for their kindness and sympathy extended our son during his ill Hess anil death; als-j for the beautiful floral oft'eiinK- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Slmerl, E. C. Stiller!, Mr. and Mrs. W. '[I. Everett SPECIAL NOTICES CALL 'JlOiilt for Oswalt's garbage rouie. DULL Hospital. Call ;C17N. Vi. AiJ stock removed free of charge Phone 4S1. Guaranteed ropalrlng. Nellie 15. Williams, 216 A, west. USEU furniture, upholstering and repairing, 'furniture and stoves, Hlld- yard Furn. Co.. 100 East 7th. Ph. Kill. UPHOLSTUltlNG—First class work. Phono 2783.1. J. It. Itagland. 15 LAUNDRY WORK IB CURTAINS laundered. Phone 190SJ. WANTED-Washing and ironing. We wash In soft water. Call at U01 West Cth. Phono 2SO0W. IS SERVICES OFFERED 16 PAINTING, cement work; building CBtlmato free. 215 E. O.Ph.1913.1 THAS11 hauling, all kinds. Ph. 27S4J. 17 RADIO EQUIPMENT SONORA RADIO LOUD S!PEAE£K (With tha concealed horn) "CLEAR AS A BELL" Tone quality unexcelled, because it 'B nil wood. Same priee as otherr Phone 3412 for demonstration. 20 FEMALE HELP WANTED 20 WANTKU—A womim ambit lotm for position beyond office work <> h-iking. One who Is refined, of earn itM purposes nnd ftxpects to work for the opportunity offered. Apply Hox A-12, cure Nows-Herald. WOMCN to .insist with house work; for h-;r hoard nnd room, Phone Tfl 21 HELP WANTED, MALE OR 21 FEMALE CLERKS for government postal and other eood positions $l,100-$2,30(j yearly. Experience unnecessary. Full particulars free by writing O. W. Robbins, civil HLTVICO export, Bnrchelt Bids.. Washington, D.O 24 SITUATION WANTED, MALE HOMIOMADF, comforts. Phono 2317 NEW and used Furniture, healing stoves, ranges and gas ranges. Our prices nro right. Wo aro In the mar- kot for good furniture and stoves. Hay Workman. 202Vi N. Maple. Phone "«4I—JTP74J. FOR iSAMi—Ono rug 9x12, olio commode, two stand tables. 026 K. 3rd. TRADE your old furniture for new. "Iiniiii Shaffers, 400. PORTABLE Singer elootrlc miwlng nmohlnn. Phnn« POULTHY & SUPPLIES (Cont.J FOIl SAliK—Rorno fine Huff Orpington and Huff Hock Corkcrcis; a pen of about r.O laying Itock hen*. Mra. Frinln, Slllra, Knnn. 1- , UUKLUIKI> Hos« Comb cocluir- rila, SI to J3. Nelson Smith, K. 6, HutrhhiFon; phono Uarlow 70S. 42 BUSINESS OPPORtUNITIES 42 FOB SA1<W, trftde or lyase, good cafe doing n\c<* business. Heason, other business. Zillrian'a Cafe No. i, Elkhart, Kun. HSKI) I-UltNITUItK Oood roil top, J -0; off I CQ tnbles, 1 10 up; H\H:H pan rango, like new, $31 .!i0; good Quick Mral coal rangn, practlcnlly nnw, $4-.^; aoine good cheap base burners from SI2.50 tip; good Almoin range. $2 'J. Crooks Fur- niluri! To. INVESTMENT—Offer $10,000 7% preferred stock In amounta of %\,W)0 or more. Dividends payable semi-annually. ICstabllflhed concern. For further Information, address J-ll, care- News- Ur-ntld. V/ANTKlJ—Furniture, rugs, moves; highest nr'res, Johnson Furnlturo Co., I 'lione. Jt!M. 32 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES »a UKPAIUKD— UrCNTED, liUUCHT—HU1..L) 60S N. Mafu Phono 7»7 TYPKWJ<ITI'.K HIO.VUOUAKTKUS," All makes i>i' Slightly 'iiHed and rebuilt typewriters suld on K~'A pay- mentH; f.\i;luMivti agents for Koyal and Corona Typewriters; r -Mitnls, iepair work and supplies; reasonabio. * HENO TVPKWUITBK KXC1I#.NUK 405 N. Main. Plume 3«:i :t. 34 FUEL & FEED 34 FOR SALE—-Sudan and cane nay. Farmington Nnrserios, phono llKti. 35 GOOD THINGS TO EAT 35 CALL, 20FU for pears, nnd pumpkiPK. apples, honey CHILIO, Hot Tomulcs, jiamntTgura. Tho best in Jluichinson. Try tiifm. C. and K, Lunch, ^0-A Ea^t 1st. V: on- 312. FOR SALE—Firsi-claMB homemade ntliK '.em' at. I 'hone. ll!S(i,]. U001.» Pumpkin and Mince Pies, calces aud popcorn bulls. Phone 1144-.1 noon home baiti 1 1g Ph. I H4 .1. HOME-MADE I_lroad, cookies, divinity, mince-meat. Phono 2307-VV. Mrs. Shi 'iTimn Plmiehe. HOMEMADE pitmpkln pies. Phone ttlRR. and mince 37 SHRUBBERY, SEEDS PEON1E roots ready. Now Is tune to plant, 40c each, $t per doz. under w nod fi re e n h o 11 a ft Co. 45 MONEY TO LOAN 45 AUTOS AND TRUCKS (Cont.) IS FonlH, InoliHllng tourings, apefd- stora" and coupes, ranging In price from $40 upward. Your own tnnng. E^six 4 coach, one of the good ones. Worth seeing. 2 Dodqo tourings at special pricet, A good looking Oaklnnd fl, $50 down. A dozen Chevrolet!! priced to fell quick. Our. cars are sold on th» easiest terms nnd lowest rate of Interest. I 0 -'*- 1 ! \ lxi . 1 aL Phon^SuS^ Kpcid \\ugt*n r giHid Uliiniiiiuii, will sell chenp, Taku Ford UH part pnymeiil, 5i04 Kasl 6th. Plenty of ready money to buy, build, repaid or pay off present loan; will loan up to 00% of value, you pay back principal and Interest at $13.S3 per month for each $1,000 borrowed; we want to talk with you about It. Coo- Thomson Improvement Co., Masonic Jlidg., Phone 7G-. SAVINGS CLUB On December 1 our nix percent Chrl.snttaa Savings Club" will start, ion should kmiw the details about this plan. Wrt will explain it thoroughly If you are interested enough to phone 57^. SaM £% Loan & K. Carey, Pre*. Lloyd Brown, Soc. CITY LOANt!—Straight loans; Newlin Manning ix>an Co., N. Main. 5 V« 6>jj% b% Wo represent loan companies witn rnllUons available to place on goo« Central Kansas farms, fi% with mod- orate commission, G'/fc^o with small commission, or 6% with no commission. Annual interest. Consult us now. THE COE-THOMSON IMPROVEMENT CO. Loans and Insurance. FAKM LOANS $1,000,000 to loan at b% and Jow commission. All central Knnsas. Now- lln-Mnnning Loan Co., 11 N. Mam. GET 7To on first mortgagu real estate security, —ask McNaghten' 1st Nan Bldg., MONEY to loan, Welfare Loan Co., small amounts. 15H North Main. MONEY TO LOAN Improved city property or farms. —ask McNaghten, 38 LIVE STOCK, SUPPLIES 38 24 YOUNG man. 23, high school and bus tries* college training, li years' clerical experience, wishes a permanent connection In Hutchinson, defer­ ences upon request. Address B-1-, care News, FOR SALFj—Big type Poland China boars,. Some extra good boars sireo by Premier by Promoter by Criterion. Dam is Jade by Nortside Kit by Pick- etta Orphan. These hoars arc outstanding breeding prospects all have been vaccinated and are priced right. For frther information, address Seth Tones. Box fii. Hud hin'on. Kansas. 25 SITUATION WANTED, FEMALE EXPERIENCED young lady wishes housework. Phone 2709, ,vork wjtnied. Cad ;t0SJU. LADY with boy aged 7, wants keepiiu; nr will work. Will go out of city. filf. North Main. WASHING and Phone :t543W. Ironing wanted. WORK by hour. Phone 348UJ. 26 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 8ALE FOR SALE—Real estate &% contract at discount. —asl( MrNaehien! L. K. P. BALM A new preparation—not for internal U«e. A noii-polbonuus extejnal apphea tltm to relieve or soothe cuts, burns, scalds, itching, headache, chapped hauda, sunburn, aiinga and insect bite*, head colds, nasal catarrh, hay fever, etc. An excellent antiseptic •having lotion and for softening and healing cornhuskera' hands. Directions: Apply to parts affected. Price, 25 and 50 rents. • U K. P. LIQUID Get a bottle today from your drug* 5 1st. For many uses in the home; enttsta recommend it for the teotn •nd gums. Made, by the U B, P. Mfff. Co., |[terllng. Kansas FOR fjAljE—7% real estate first mortgages. — ask McNaghten! Phone A55. •AUY ALMA GIFT AND APRON SHOP Fancywork exchange. 627 East Btn Fit A 'T1CAL nurses regraterlnR ;i:iOH WOMEN'S Relief Corps will hold a bazaar and Food sale at the Hougland Clothing Store, Dec, tith. THANKSGIVING dinner with everything homumads. For menu and advance reservation, phona 1144J. 620 East 8th. WANTED—Passengers to California to share part of expense of cnr. Flione 13S4J, 703 East 8th. kM AS cards, engraved FOR SALK- •JS16J. •Manure for lawns. Call MAGAZINE subscriptions. Kiles. 317 F,a.'!i Fourth- TIRK Bargains— a0.\3; $5. IS. U(rx:t ^> Jfi.23. 3 and Z\k m. tubes $1.10 Duvail Tire Co.. 1J2 & Sherman. HJsmdl inures 32x4: 33x4; 34x4; prices range from $1 to $12; good used tubes $1 each. * BARNUS ALTO SALVAGE CO. 22-24 West Sherman. 27 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE OR TRADE 27 FOR SAL13 or trade, 5 acres of land in Oklahoma for good touring car. John Woods. Hutchinson, Kan.,' R. 3 TO TRADe.—New violet ray machine ^^forigijotl^^2^iMBf^^t'hone'^37^^^^^ 28 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 28 Wells Printing Co., printed. U0 W. Sherman. BEAUTY CULTURE WANTED—Old falso toeth. Wo pay high as $10 for full s.;ls. Don't matter if broken. We buy crowns, brmgus. Wftstern Metal Co., Bloomington, ill MARINELLO BEAUTY S1IOPPE, 404 W. Sth. Phono 525 for appointment. MARCELLING. Marjorle " Cuckner, 721 East 4th Street. Phone 2103J. MAKCKLL1NO. 723 F. IF! Ph '.'f 1W PARCELLING, &0e; also facial treat- met. 101 West B, phone 116. MARCELLING. Mrs. J. li. fcLalliary. phone 82B6W. Vl\ North Logan at. PARCELLING—Day or tvemng. Mrs. Talbott. 813 E. 4th. Phono lutiv.l. PARCELLING, 50c. 203 East 17th, phone- 1 4 8 2.J. Appointment anytime. ^ELLlMELLO BEAUTV SHUPPW Paper curl a specialty. 428 East First. Phone 3760. FOUND TAKEN UP—1 steer, about Aug. Jst. Owner may have same y paying pasture bill and for this ad. ; VOUND—A package; owner may have same by Identifying and paying for this ad. Call 71B West 13th. TAKEN • UP—Team of mules, grey and brown, 2\b miles south of Lara- feee mills; Holland farm. STRAYED STRAYED—Toy colllo pup, about months old. Answers to the name or "Mickey.'' Return to 42ti East G and receive reward. STRAYED—Two mules, grey ami brown, C and 6 years old. can Sehamp's Feed Yard. H32 or 3H1.K STRAYED—Female bird dog, on collar. 712 East Itth. Phone 411. STRAYED—Red pig. weight about 4u lbs. Howard M. Dukelow. PPhl 33F2 STRAYED— 4 mules and one horse. R. V. Gullck, phone 1H3S,1. B PROFESSIONAL SERVICES b ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK COMER ELECTRIC STORE 4 N. Main " Phone G21 CHAS. I. WILSON, chiropractor, fl»4j North Main. Phone 3735 W AN TED—A11 Kinds or used rurni- turu; one piece or an entire house' ful. Crook Furniture Exchange CO. phono 96. 29 WEARING APPAREL 2y ' "' '^728. 317 East Mrs. Ina Kites, phono Fourth. FOR SALE— One registered Duroe Jersey boar, Pathfinder nnd Orion breeding, a good Individual, priced cheap. Harold Pennington, phone 33F5. FOR SALE—Dandy young cow, fresh with heifer calf; also heavy sprlng- er. W. II. Crow-, phone 1209J. FOR SALE—Three .lersey cows, one fresh, two freshen soon. W. R. Cone. phi;ne 210CR. 'RESH Jersey milk tow. Green, Nickerson, Kan. iOOD llolsteln ™«-, fresh miles west of Whiteside, E. soon. 3 A. Nlsly. 39 PUBLIC AUCTIONS ALCTIUNEER—Potu Powelson, phone Midland hotel Hi, Hutchinson. I can nlersse .sou. PUBLIC KALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS At 2 o'clock P. M., Saturday. Nov. 22, at residence No. 129 West 14th Street fn the City of Hutchinson, the household goods of the lnt*» Louisa M. Ulrfii will be sold at public auction. Among the articles to bo anld are the following: Upright piano. V>e>i ste.tds, springs and mattresses, cotn-h, dining room' table, china cupboard, kitchen abinet. ieo chest, kitchen range, sew- Imr mnchinc, kitchen table, rockers and other chairs, oil stove, three rugs, ami numerous other nrtlclfs. G. W. NOilRTS, DANIEL CAREY, Executors. Pete Powelson, Auctioneer. What does it mean to you to deal with a firm which has continually served tha public for so long a time? Satisfaction—Safely. Usa-sonabte Cost. J. E. BAy & Sow L.oan Brokers. Establl»ho<l IS.". l'uiijj speedster for aulB. »f .0. Dnvls ('liilU. Seeotul ami WuslUnfilQll. NOW wrecking K-46 Uulek; 37 Olda- liwliile; Fords and others. A. K, .TohiiKon. IS .South Washington. CHALMLUt.S Coilpo tor sale, eliti'P lor cash, or will trado for lots wel. Inruled. l'hono 3:V1. Foltl.> 1-ton truck chasals, over-slzo eord tires', this chassis can bo bought for $85 cash, and balance email monthly payments; tho enrnlnRs from this truck will make Um payments. Uavls k Child, '.hul anil Washington. tJiiu r'ord Touring 1M Olds Sedan Chandlor Kport Touring. 10:u Hup Uoadster. A. IBtiEn^ciiaa Motor C©. T'.'L'ttINd car for sale, very cneup. JI. (.'. Stephenson, phono ;!121. Werife Tibs Masiaey Hudson Speedster Uukk Uoadster 2 Dodge Tourings It Oids Tourings 1 Ford Sedan 120-123 Went I list I 'hone i KUHU cats, sell lrom J2ii to 5100, we will ytve terms; now is tho time to buy a used Ford at the right price. i."avls & Child, 2nd and Washington. Iy21 FOUL) coujie, used very jitllo you can make a real saving on this ear; wo will ^ make terms for you. t'avis & Chilfl, 2nd unil WashlnKtun. 11*21 t'aiiiitnd lourini,' ear for sale. l.'setl only G mo. Only reason for aelliiiB: am leavinst town. Call 38USJ or luiiuiie ot William Black. 47 MOTOR SUPPLIES & REPAIRS 4i LAiSTr MONTIS wo wrecked 24 ears. Windshield glass fitted. Tires and batteries. 22. 24. 2fl, 23 Weal ciliei iniin. 50 ROOMS WITHOUT BOARD »U Fii i;NiTuitiVr~sTew8 ?~nr"^^ FUttM.sut.lj o fioor. 102 K. modern. 1st FOH iti-..s'r—Sleeping rooms lu mou eni dome. SOS Fast Sherman. LAlt'JJ:. sleepl.lG room; pjivato en tranee.! Also room with kitchenettis. M'ulerii, hi;at furnished. i2fi West 4fh. APARTMENTS FURNISHED (Cont.) ONFI 2 anil one 3 -room furnished aparlmenf. 5i.'> Kflst 1st. Mndern. sV)MT :'niINO new m a ;t room furnished apnrtment at 211 First Fast. Tit ITT FY modern private apt "2,">lu w" TIlitFK HOOM, modern, tTo ^v^'slaur furnished npartmetit: 22ft 11. 2nd TWO or threo rooms, cheap, modern, furnace heat, gnraire. I'hnne 3 TT'i TWO Itoo.M Apartminl fuinisne private; J.".. 00 per week. Phone 7" 58 HOUSES UNFURNISHED 56 FOR rtKNT— Cotta K e, 423 Call at 31.1 Rant First. •'OR KFNT—5 room, strictly modern cottngo. Call evenings at 734 FOH KENT—Flvo room house, modern except furnace, ?20 montn, call 27HS.T. THANKSGIVING SHOES Infants' Shoes, Girls' Shoes, 2 J to 8, $1.48 to $1.98. Ladies' Oxfords and Slippers, $2.98 to $6.50. Men's Oxfords, $4.98 to $6.50. 8£ to 2, $1.98 to $3.98. Boys' Shoes, 81 to 51, $2.48 to $3.50. Men's Shoes, $2.98 to $6.75. Part Payment Down, Balance 50c a Week. Comer Commerce Co. w -19 North Walnut St. FOR I1KNT—4 room house, sth, east. Cheap rent. Call 17S0 at Sou Fotlrtn, east. i FOR RENT—Strictly modern « room residence, includlnp garaKe, ICa-.t A. Phone 203S before 12 or after 6. go® Wass am 6 Itnom strictly modern: 1 hedroom and bath downstalrs; elegant «lni shade, lawn and shrubs. Consider small homo on north side. Prehm Itealty Co., 3 Rast Sherman, phone i'2. VOli UIONT—6 room house, $15. ciulr« 11 07 N. Monroe. 'OK UJ ; ;XT— Modern cottaRo. 4H and 620. FOR ItfclNT—Six-room house, modern, 116 S. Poplar. Ph. 221-^1. PC.iK HKNT, cheap—Good four-room house. Pnone T35, Jnat think' 8 rooms strictly mod«rn on northeast, part, 60-foat frontajfo, fireplace, full basement. garaK''. extra toilet and bedroom dow^nstalrs. Shown by appointment only; $2,000 canh to handle. P.rehin Realty Co., phone it, ? Kast Sherman. POU HKNT—C-room new, modern buncalow to adults. Phnno 2217. MUbiiltN 6-rooin houso for rent. Kast A. XI'!W five-room eotUse. modern. S. Spanaler, plmne 3.130. PHOPKItTl' FOH UK NT 20 Rast lfith, 5 rooms, strictly modern $:ir,. 5 Rooms modern except furnace, pa rape, ?25. Ci Room bungralow, strictly modern, garape, Kasl Bih, %:W>. One acre tract, & room house, baae- ment $20. PAT off tho loan on your home on easy monthly payments. —oak Mc- NoBhton! First Nat'l. UUlff. PJ-1NTA LS. 207 Shaddnclc ]>rlve. 4 rooms... ,?lti.ou 1 South Chemical, 4 rooms...... K."U 3 So. Chemical, i rooms H-"t' 1st Sr. Pillare, 4 rooms I3.w> 621 West 0th. 1 room t5l8 Eaat Third/ 6 rooms 13-00 10^0 Eaat fith, R rooms. Y>> R00 KaKt "F." 7 rooms 12.HO 422 N. Chemical, 6 rooms IS.00 Kasl Campbell. 4 rooms. 15.00 r.24 Kast 4th. 5 rooms 30.00 017 West 7th. 5 rooms furn 37 724 Kaa t.Shorman. S rooms mod. ;iU-00 204 Rast "A," 6 rooms mod 4b.uu 14 West 4t.h, Storeroom 40.00 101 West Klwrman, storuroora.. 100 00 511 West 7th. 5 rooms 20 n0 624 West "P.". 4 rooms 1000 Steam heated office rooms, —ask McNAGHTENI Realtors. Phono 6nf>. 1st Nat'l Call 1C35-J evenings. Vo KAUAI infiu Co.. loans. Anderson iuve.-u- Phone r»:j8. 27','j « Mam. 46 AUTOS AMD TRUCKS lb 40 PET STOCK 40 DOGS Closing out the Cloverdalo Kenncip. Feniiilc Pointer puppies, 0 mo, old, right aeo for training. J15 each. Ke- niale Pointer, 18 mo. old, now working a dandy, Female Llewellyn Setter IS mo., trained, a beauty, ?75, j'.iaie Cho.vapekao Bay, 1 yr. old, natural retriever, apers on all dogs. Phone write or wire, A. M. Avery, Hutchinson Kun. Liberal. Kan., after lV *c. 1. HOSTON" Hull T-rnur puppies lor sale; well marked, pmlitrn-ed and eligible for registration. Make won- deiful pets. Phone 15S2J mornuiBs. A FORD ROADSTKU Driven S months, and mechanically perfect. Alany extras include look- wheel, Ila.^sier vhock absorbers, spare tire, gas Kaupe and filler, Infringe carrier and others too numerous to mention. Priced to sell at $250; only cash offers considered nt thi^ price. Plume 2J11W for demonstration. BEinnEE OSE© CAES AT LOWEK PRICES . 1U19 Dodge Sedan i 1920 IUilek Tourtns 1112L Ford Roadster 1LM0 Ford Coupe Rtic l'our cyl. Studebaker 1320 Jordan Touring 1919 Studebaker WB 6'Touring 53 Cadillac Touring. 1919 Marmon Sedan 1923 Studebaker Special Six AloouuN Bleeping rooms. 2io Sh-.i man. .Mui 'i" siei-pliif; rotmis. AM MJI.i;.'. sn-ttnim I'U 'MDd. Pll. 22 i lj" ltKNTALS r>-Hoom dwolIiiiK. furnished $110 6-Room flat, unfurnished W5 7-lioom dwelling, Knpt 1st St J: All desirable loeatious. I'hone 2403 or 217fi utter 6 p.m. *MC1-; LAliULi ROOM For Rent in privuto home; wed located; Jln .U'j per month. Phono 770. S1..KKPING rooms, \iio Kast 1st. PiL-akiast if desired. Phono 207J. SKVKN-room house, modern except boat. 821 S. Washington. Ph. S749W SKl.l'.t'l.NU roouiM. i.27 Kast Suet iiutn. 410 West 10th; modern except furnace 120.00. Call 1107 North Monroe. SJ-.Ki:.i'i.NO rooms. 2Rt West l-'iiui. SLKM'IMJ roum .-f, 318 KILM. li. TWO MCKI..1' bath; 300 W. tuiuisbed' rooms with 1st. Phona i7as-J. 57 HOUSES FURNtSHED FURNISH KD—Four room cottage lights and gns only. Phone Z04. Bl ROOMS WITH BOARD 51 NICKIJY furnished 221 U'cMt First. . BOARD and room Kast Sherman. MCltuaiN furuaee heat. 1211 rooms Uoard. 3(JU vv. znu. Alo UKU.N lurnisned i-ruum suite closu In. Hoard If desired. 21 Kiu >t Oth. phono :J7. liOOAl and board fur two, ! Phone 252SW, 52 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING FOH RENT-—Two nicely furnished looms for llsht housekeepinir, with hath; ;I00 W. 1st. Phone 17efJ. FOR HUNT— Modern light huusekeep- hit? room*, close In. Phono 1717J. as 46(1 110-112 W. Second DR. O. B. -.VOKGA-N VETERINARIAN 5000^112111^ In dogs and cats, 121 Kast Fifteenth. Phono 7:J4. FOR SALK—$10 male brindle PR bulldog about nine months old; a fine playmate for children. Address Y-ll, care of News. BKAUT1FU l.j canaries, all colors. Buy one for Xnms gift. Phono 740W. FOit SALK—Good Marmot fur coat, $15. Phone 17S;i. GIFT ami Thrift Shop, 210 West [»th. Phono 17B2W. , H1GHKST prices for men's clottimtj aud shoes. Phono 11GbJ. 30 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS <i0 A BRUNSWICK Victrola, splendid value, lias beautiful mahogany; a bargain. Jenkins Music Co., 122 N. Alain. , 41 POULTHY & SUPPLIES 41 ALL, K7NDS~™ Tjivo and Dressed Poultry IIKNNINGSKN PRODUCE CO Pimm* 779. We deliver. BUFF ORPINGTON coekcrels Jl each Phone 7;ta, Nlekerson. FOR SA LB—RarreTl~iiuck cockerels; standard matins from heavy laying strnln. W H. Word. Nfrkeraon. Kan. pODGR Sedan, c-h-an. Pnone 211. FOR SALK—Fat BO FOR SALK—Fat h< n*. tail N. Ahuiroe Geeso for »ale. Phono 20F11. F®a"(dis IF©ir(d!s Furnas 2 Ford Roadsters, atartera Ford Roadsters, atandard 2 l^ord Tourings 2 Ford Tourings, starters 1 Ford Coupe A liljr lot of othvr makes T11K tUSKD CAR MARKKT FORD touting cur, excellent condition rcflnished. good top and rubber; you can buy this car for $100 dowm balance monthly. Davis & Child, Second aud Washington. FOR SALE—Or trade. 192 Ing tar. Phono 3112. Ford tour- iltU.SKKf.l-JPINU HOCSI-;Ki.10PIN G rooms. 21 1 vv tiin ~;ioO _ W~2nd~ HOUSKKUK PING room, luii West Rigger. No objections to cnndren. ARGK light housekeeping rooms; lights and gas, ground floor, private entrance. fi2U Kast C. MODKRN furnisiicd light huusekeep- ing rooms, ,MJ4 Kast C 39,">2.1. TWO, three or fnur-room apartment. Ino,uIre 221 West First. TWO furnished housekeeping $3 per week. 313 Rast B. 53 WANTED TO RENT WANTED—To rent, well , Improved place, close In. Address U-li, care News. 54 APAHTMENTS 6<l UNFURNISHED TWO room tipartmunt down stairs. 5: - Flrht. t:i:,t. 55 APARTMENTS FURNISHED 55 FOR KENT—Nicely furnished kitchenette apartment; private entrance hath. Call 2<">39W, 117 Kast Sth. FCRNISUKD kitchenette apartment, Phono 272DJ. FOUR-numi aparirneut, 15 Kast 0th MKATKO Apartment; 122 Kast First MiiOKUN ants nnd roomy, it. (I K. 1st, AlODKRN a par mien t and sleeping rooms, 100 Kast Fourth. KV1 -:N rooms, modern except fur naee, bnsem»nt and . garage. Ca 374W". Marry Wright. 102 West vm. 6-room cottage, oil RKNT— "j-ruom furnished houw modern except furnace; garnge; $;>ii mo. Call r,07 N. .hickHon. nhone 244w •"OR HKNT—My homo furnished strictly modern, gnrnge. 820 Sher m;Fh Kast, Phone S4«2W. 59 BUSINESS PLACES FOR 59 RENT IN McOURDY BUILDING Phone 910. NICK private office room; heat; turn ished; central location; cheap. Roe P.ealtv Co. BUSINESS PROPERTY 63 IT©r Qmzk 8aiI3« A cla?sy little home, five room*, M«t front, oak finish, poured con- creti) biise', hot air furnace, various built-in features. Phone 21U19W. FOR SALK at bargain—217 F Kast and 301 r> Knat, Wrlto Box 22, isnoseo, Kun. $!Uf.O Right rooms all modern, double garage In fair condition. A small amount spent on this property will mako you good profit. B. O. 13RIANT 413 North Main. Phono 37«. and halanco monthly buys a pretty newly refinished 5 room mod am ex- ept furnace cottngo within 4 blocks of Christian church, Rrehm Realty , 9 Rast Sherman, phono 42. f K Rooms, all modern but furnace, fine location near car line and school, fine shade and fruit trees, garage, only $2,750, $800 down, balanca easy terms. 75 Feet, largo 8 room house all modern but furnace, burn with almost enough lumber for another house, garage, front drive, close in and a good buy at $1,500. Terms. Partly furnished 8 room house for rent, $40. LAMBORN-MAYFIRLD CO., Realtors Phone 178S. 3 North Main. HOUSES FOR SALE (Cont.) Balance monthly, buys 5 room houjo Kara go and V, a ere nfar car line Bp-dim Realty Co., No. 9 East Sherman, phone 42^ F() R s A L K— i-room bungalow. East 14th St., strictly modern. Owner leaving city. Priced to sell. Phnno 24*3 or 2170 nflcr A p.m. 315 Kast A—n-room cottage on trolley,. near .school, $2 ,000, $xno down. Drown llros-, realtors, 15tj North Main, phone 2S14. FOIK A £OTjU SIOME We offer two six room brick bungalows, very high class in evary respect, largo rooms, many closets, full basements, built-in featu! es. breakfast room, fireplace-, sun parlor, fine dec-, oration, one has double gam go, 17th Kast location,—no better built homes in the city. Mortgage $5000 and $U0O. very easy terms. Priced at less than construction coat for quick sale. So- them! 2RVa North Main- Phona 77 11 We have a customer for small hou*- Will consider all modern houso, tm prefers something cheaper. Will trad; In some vacant lots nnd pr»y canb difference. He has 10 lots. 2 blks. o car line ajid close to good school These lots ara accessible to east sld< Industries; and we can probably make arrangements with you tn finance the building of one or more houses on these lots. Let's talk It over. 304 1st Natl. Bldg.* Phone 22. 1—G Room strictly modern bungalow. Fine corner location, paved streets, fireplace, good basement, furnace, double garage, extra building site, all Jn fine condition $4,500, good terms. 2—0 Rooms strictly modern, Kast nth. Oak floors and finish. Owner leaving town, anxious to sell. A real bargain at J3.T.00. y—0 Roorn.s strictly modern. West 17th; good condition; price $4,000. 4—3 Acres of ground on North Main. Fine Foil, part in alfalfa. Roat front. Within tho city limits, fronts on paving. Taxr-s lesK thnn JS5. Price tor quick sale $2,100. This Is a snap. Phone 4 ('i». A good farm 110 acres within ten miles of city; good soil. Also good (i-room furnished house for rent. Phone 692. 1H H- Main. LOW rate loans on business property. McNaghten! 1st Nnt'1 HI Iff. WK want resldenco loans, straight o* monthlv payments a5k McNaghten- First and .Main. FOR RENT—Room 2:1x125 ft.. 419 S. Main. Inquire at 417 H. Main. No. I — Six room completely ni<Kl-.'tti, large living room. Cray Rione fireplace, built-in bonk cases, oak floors and oak finish in two roonw, oak floors in every room, built-in kitcnen conveniences and built-in ice box. Three apartments In basonvmt, Oarland pipu furnace, double garage. Tins is a real home, reasonable casti payment will handle. Price $7.5u0. Owner might consider good rental property at* part payment. No. 2—Five rooms completely modern bungalow on Crescent Drive. Largo living room extends an the way across front of house. Fireplace, built-in lx>ok eases and writing desk. Solid white oak floors In every raom, Ivory enamel finish In every room and white enamel In kitchen, breakfast room and breakfast set, built In dressing table In bathroom. A r-a! buy at $1,800, $800 down. ESODD^ lErefttfiirs lR©ffiH(lors Phono 559, evenings la27\V, 1107 First Nat'l Rank Bldg. Best 21, room modern hotel In brick bldg. For rent. Can buy furniture. Phone 655. b'4 HOUSES FOR SALE Euay Tunes IBargaunn 00x10 "t feet known as 2;i Avenue A West on the southeast corner of the .streets at Avenue A and Washington. Owner reserves buildings to move, oft tho location. The price U extremely Interesting if sold within ten days. Insuror—Lloyd Brown—Realtor Salesmen: Sanders, Schoonover Kuehanan FIRST FLOOR Large living room and dining ro>>!- sun parlor that can be used as down stairs bed room, plenty of hullt-i. work In kitchen and pantry, front ar.< 1 rear stairway, oak floors and trim bcautlfllly finished. SKCOND FLOOR 3 had rooms, bathroom and hall. a ; large, wonderful closets with en- room. THIRD FLOOR Mald's room and large attic. Basement, large, light and airy. 1 class hot water beating pbint wit automatic regulation. Oarage and chicken house of cemen blocks. Lots of fine trees. On one of the bnst streets, nort. end section. This beautiful borne U In excellent condition and could not possibly In- duplicated today for anything like th. price of SS.fiOO, Reasonable teim-. —sails McKagMam!! Realtors 201 Firat National Bldg. Phono 65G—Evening* niMPjW or 42 (jV- 15.Year city loans. 66 FARMS FOR SALE FARM for sale--South, w.-«t ftv< twenty-two six. SlS.ono. $ casti $8,000 five years 0%. J. iS, Ilnke, 54-' S. Ardmore. Kns Angeles. Cai'f. 1,2^0 Aeres of good farm land; sonu Improvements, In Hamilton Co., or crop payment. Ask Stewart, 11^ is, Main. 67 TRACTS FOR SAL MtiDKRN furnished apartment. &3U A Rast. MODKRN Furnished Apartment, 212- 7th. west. < MODKRN grounn apartment, cozy tire place, gns range. Reasonable; 2U4 Kast Sherman. Own*ir says take $5,000 If you can sell It In ten days. He needs the cash badly. 00x105 foot close In business location corner. You arc looking for bargains. This offering will sell Itself to you If you have or ran got the neces sary amount of cash. CARRY RKAL EST ATM & INV. CO. Insuror—Lloyd Rrown—Realtor Salesmen: Sanders, Schoonover, Buchanan. Not often can a home be purchased for $1000, and on easy payments, but hero is tho chance: CO ft. frontage, space for garden, chicken bouse, and lot. dwelling has two large rooms, electric lights, good porch, nearly new building, Is located near cailltie, east part city. Will sell on very easy payments. Let us show you thU house and explain how easily you can own Wo have a fine Hit ot easy payment houses, • 2-3 -4 -5 and 6 rooms, some modprn, some aenil-modern, others not modern. Bargains ns to prices, and terms in_any sized houso, 3 ACRK tract, close in, 2 acres In alfalfa. 6 room house, lights arm gas largo barn. Can be bought like payitt;- rent, 021 S, Plum. 68 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES 6S Easy payment homes beats paying rent. FOR RF.XT—Rooming house; Uunto Coal Co. 08. WILL TRADK My OldsmoMlo Sedan for equity Ir modern home In northeast part oi the city. Call 1527J. WKLl. improved 1>U acres. especia]l> adapted for dairy aud summer resort; 3 miles from Plevna; will exchange for good Hutchinson restclenc, well located. Address 0. H. Yum. Sylvia, Kan. C^sfe Nod Eisianiiito ; 9 _ The chunccti for fire are greuler this tlmo of year, thau any other. Invoice your furniture und personal property of your family and you will probably find that you are not carrying enough Insurance to pay you 25 cents on the dollar If you should have a fire. Let mo write your additional Insurance. None but the best companies. and Insuror, 12 East Sherman Street. Over 50 years in Hutchinson. Phon. 310,-Afur . p. ». FRANK p 1LE> M(?r< Rea ] £3^^, BAND INSTRUMENTS AND FJrlU.N 0GRAPI1S—Tenor Saxophone, <y». C-Melody Saxophone, $95; Banjo, J47. Guitar, fH; Clarinet, $35; Victrola, $6u; litlison, $100. Easy terms. RORAIiAUGH-WILKY MUSIC qiEPT TENOR BANJO, a bargain at this price, $13.50. Jenkins" Mualo Co., 122 North Main. PIANO for aale, 315 B, west. STYLE IX Vlctrolu, slightly shopworn; ask about this one. Jenkins* Music Co.. North Main. WANTED—To buy several iibed pianos for cash. JI. O. Philips, i'hone 04!». WisJ have u JIurwood trumpet i' splendid condition, for only $32 Jenkins* Musdo Co., 122 North Main. 31 HOUSEHOLD GOODS 31 "APEX" electric- washing machine at ona-half the retail dealor'n price. They are to bo Heen and had at th* Hutchinson Bonded Warehouse, 701 JCnst Second Street. FOR SALE—Coles Hot Blast heating stove, used only short time. 3in West Sth street. Ft »U SALE--N early new automatic electric washer. 711 N. Monmo. t Jartiuui FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS—The Efficiency Expert. By Blosser KAl.K, WE eacciallzo ln~ffltine Kl»«es Siiip ' ci'uOL> iitjater Buif Bro*., Uasonla Bids., Room 1, eh,'ap--G'i'>,:! U'tiBt II. Willi eheaD. Call 96li\V. pipo for aalo

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