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PAOK TWFLVK THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 17, 1918, 21En@dl Adi * » » FOR SALe -MISCELLANtOUS Vi'lt WALK • llolslein luliers. purr- lo-rO r< Rislm < ,1, f,,.t vtiy hl,tl, Rrnd»>, i.fritiuniil}- ii.iirkM) . Many tclti (w«m s>»>n. will st.l! ch',ice, :is many an you wain. KIIIK film I '.intinr* uml King C,-KI» IVMIIMC brri'iiine. Nunu lienor. 1 1 -Martin. 10-101 Hutchinson Typr-wrltrr On. ItOYAI, TYl'KWIUTKllS llnigiillis In U'tmlll Murlilli>'9. SOT l'."rab:,utih-\\ ilpy Uliig. 1'Iiullu SCKO. su-ti • ci.As:-li -u:n Ai'ViciiTisirq MATH • • ONK CI;NT .N wnun I:\CH INSHIt- • • Tins Al>brrMnt|,,iia mill iiTles •)( In ' Hui.,n tiutn.r ;ilj, (nuiit tin ufu- woril, • l'n.1,1 thiri I'tiltl ,l;usstiKJ nd\,: MIM,'I« " • Chi! t, 11 111 IICV.VIH',' III-' l-MU't est ul ' • llu-ir ml Xi'»J i ).msine'.l nd* m • ' till;, 1, by I'IINIII ' l„r y.'Ur uri'i'mtn' • Ion. ami nil bill* tu,- dui' ami |,a>nl>lc • tin- it:i>- 1,,,1,'vlint: lilt* il.i'-e of HiJiel- • ii.m. Y"ii cm twist ut in,iti>il:il,y if ,] HI :,'< i.Nl >-11A Nl i tin's nn.1 tub,- nil *i?fs • >„ ,,,y t,„. ,.,l,,, :l .„ ntuiiiptly uu ,.r«- J| it,. ,, uy llM \,,^;,t. snn ^V; b ' e u 1 "r, l n • s„iitiiiiuii ol Hiifin.Mil. ,|r,|,.u,- w .iiu «,.„ u „. Ml.l-siaii. \l„u,i • Tire '•»•; »l-|"Wll.;_M.«wurl HtcWc 0^|»H. »•» [I „. , ST NAM rtOII-EH. , j " P bavr a low |.i-(<«Hure tuner fur sirntn ; , litn).us plant, will be told al a >ery ••;;;;;;;;,! nsure. srv n m New* LUIUC. II >:i *' l-\>lt ••-Al.l:-. tin,, mil top deak.niid «hb> ' s , ; I i : "-ii-.l ,iibin,-l. pnlli.'i'lionf. Ir-atliur I! *i J ! '-- "I C:!3 4th Kast. l' T I A St . D SI . x i i i WANTED—MALE HELP. \V.\NTi:l> VMUvr* lliJ nvllirrs 1 th. :r l-<\ ; - ''" il -H'l'lh "II ''"'.1 t. n.iv :-'..'!,t r.. i.alim. I'nl! SAI.K- Abimt 3«>o fi-ot ot luiril inapl,- ll<„»;nnK. lias been UH<U In dkilt- Inw link, III H<,,),1 cunUllton Address ,'-!.:> I 'ill," ol' iN.-tss. I".If f • . IT * IH Kill! HA 1 JI-:--M.V Poland rhina herd hour ulxi H.ilstfin bull ,-jilf In montlis old. (;",«UMI IUKU, I'arlridtro. Kuns.. Ar- WAN'I'I'.I' -M. Am.', b ;.n 1 ' ,li.l pi:,.'- lo: M,[. al ,',n' .M- 1 I Jilill-lr... V.'ANTI'.l' m-it.-t, si: douil. bau, •li " , Ki >H HA 1,IT ,.!.:,. nlmost new bay bailer; i,p,.i:ilnrs K" | a.lso about tui,. r,\f.x:, feet ttnibers. Call M'I.MI -j p|,one IJ4, I or . scy .lu.lt;,: MaiMin. 4U1 W .1 ,'H .1 t, si::.. . niioel e. I,- Apply in I-'' Alio; i, an Mount 16-31 i llirlr now fall a finall pay.ionl I", HI SA1.K 2 slulids of b, toot.s . :'.",.'() X, ornen. ;l RprltiB wuKutis. li one biifitry mill (jaaden Adatns. tt . J. tvlKlert. 11-17 t'v., IT & .1 N.jIMU SAI.1T-Kine I 'M heifer calf. One- Wi ul. UAHI'KNTKItS W A NT ITU - -A t salt' plan,, li, 'W eoli.-li Hello,, job. Iiiu.st ba\e oomplele Willi,.rspuim- lOnnler t'o. III.' i-KSMl'l'll— rtood nil around mau n' MI.,C. Si- lo ST per «Jtl>-. K. K. Slalil. ; steady work; tpP'y plain or down town 3-tf WANTKI.I Coop. itailon Halt C, off!,. IIMllll-i: w A N'T IT1 1 \S-li IMiarunle, .1. ,,,,,.„., r i i;,;o, Ht.*tl'"r,l. KabH . Hox tsj ' W'AN'l'l :l' -floy between 10 and IS; apply !;, i.erson. Model .Steam Uiundry.^ ^ fouplil mile eaM Iroin northettst eorner fair ground, A. L. iloldennan. 10-Ib l'i,H SAI.l-:-fheap. 0 It. p. ^ phase elee- 11 If motor almost new; alfo leather lieUlntr. tfmllli Junk Vatd. IT-M I'tnl S AI jIT— l-'aney plKeonp. several varieties, ltniulre ;i,)o Carpenler Kasl. I'hone ;in, alter 0 1'. 12-01 I-',.ill .SA1.1T- Jonathan apples. Donnell oreliard. lhree-,|iiarter mile south re- lorniutory, W. Ualllnper. 20--1 l"OH SAM'V-One No. Hi Smalley ensllase cutler, pipe and distributor. O. K. Dll- ritiid Plantation. l^-eod-tt Petit SAl.lv— 21} head Holsleln eows: Home fresh and some coiulnu fr,*h. Phone T,;IT-J. U-lf w \N-IT:I, Apply I. Hell boy. board and room, t-itl Manager, Harvey House. 11-101 f'< lit SANK—(las heater nearly new; inerluru e'lze; ehe;tp . Phone Il'^l.l. 1G-*1 ixilt SAI.IT—Three eows and three heifers Inquire Ml' North Walnul. 1C-,',1 WANTITl' - Waile, ol woik at i:\er ITal life ss for n'lflit lll-lt I'tilt SA1-K- U .Kl I Jib Fine furniture lnijulre "11 ''bone -'ens. IG-tf WANTED—PEMALl HELP. furniture ami 10-17 ewittt; maehlne elieap. 17-lf l Full SAI,K -llouselioKI ! fruit. 1,1 I'". Fast. IMVII. ; -|Tl;V|,-F IWAMINATItiNS-j lAervwbele Hetobei i,tb. 12.01111 wonotl l-n|t ^Al-K— elerk- 'h, be appointed at Wu.Miltl^'ton. ; 21:* ITast IT s-ilii'v s. i FMi.'ti.-nee tinneressai>'. , ' • • Women tle»lrii,K eovenimciil positions i Full SAL.B—New /.eulnnd red rabbits. w,t!" I..r fV" fc |...Ftteu'ar ! .. It. IT. Ten y i 1:8 1st easl. H-tf. if..,-, ,e, civil Scivli-e ITvamluer) ..Ul 1 . iviiinib.an Him,Inn;. Waslilnijl'm. ld-su p * l||tj KCHT/.XtA.N .V piano at s ::i)u .Phone w tN'TI-'P -l-idles lo l,u> their new fall : • slur's, wals-.s „n,l sbor.i n eic.Ht. small , Fi ,1! .v.. I .IT—, ouiiB red heifer, 1100 Ka»l I'-' ot I'oilllll own, balan. 1 IT ,1 N Wjfnul. 11 -'it I ; A. 10-18 W \ \TF.I ' Uulb-s lo buy their fall «UHS, eoals ar.,1 diesses. u small payno-m down balance at SM a W'-k. t'omei iTom- nn-iee Co. IT ,<t 1» N. Walnut. ".'.-01 WANTF.1J—ITxperleneed lady stenoffrapn- cr. one with Hour mill or railroad ex- pero.m c pi pferred, i^tlabee r'lour Mill W A NTF.l'—, looil strong woman, colored or while, to do band washing. Apply al M.ush Laundry, lull We.si 12th. 10-lSi WANTI.CIJ- llunlliess college Kill to W'-r,< lor board and loom. Phone J2S3. .12.1 lTnst A. house 10-11 FOR BENT—FURNiCHED ROOMS. Full RFNT--Flrsi claJss r,x,tn 111 modern iintu,• e!o.-*e in; home tuivk-tfes and lea-souable rent to right party; lady pre- lenvd. Phone oil). 10-lt l-'Olt 111TNT—\'eiy det,liable rooms with board; single or en suile; 21 Kasl aixth; 1 nono 3-tl V1THY liesirable furnished room for gentleman at 11 ITast O'lu. J'hone UaO. 12-tf 'WAN'nTI>—<TirJ or woman for wei-U; small lainily, jibone 20S2. POIt HI0NT- Nicely furnished room with breakfast and dinner if desired. 2U2 A ITllM. ; 10-tt ItlTST ris,,ms, strictly modern, furnace heal. 22u lTuijl 5lh. ll-',l WANTITD-dlris over 10. Apply In person Model Mea m Laundry. VS-tl \\ ANTKI'-llll'l for Kenera is. wa.-lilug . Phone '.<:tl. worl;. 17-31 \\ AN'TITI.) -f.b.od gill or woman; general bousewoik . Phone 37. Hi-tf W A NT IT!, -At MelhOdlst 1 Itu-Iilttll, woul- nii for clcanlnu. ll-tf Full 1UTNT—Modern sleeping rooms. 11H-II) Weal. lli-2l Mt>l 'l-TJl.N rooms. Phone 2 GJS. 21j stherman east 14-tt MuUl-JltN—llooius. lilms, 128 Firait East. 4-tl \VANTI-:n—Ulrls, hour work; good pay. Swift i Co. ]0-',2l M'.tNTUb- llouseliiei , LIOHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. KOK' KENT—2 light housekeeping looms, u'ufurnlshed; ono sleejuu^ room, fur^ nished; furnace heat; phone 3207W. Olt lnijulre at 711, W A NTlTli- F-> pel Icneed waitress, Hold. Itenn 4 -tf FOU IIF.NT- -Sleeping alul llghthouse- l.ieping rooms. alj &th West. lti-:H TWO ltl.ii.lM 221 w. mi. collage nicely furnished. 1J -li A boll-,•keeper. WANT IT 11 r.isi. T.wn.i: iv.nii,-,! Uall ui 212 ,i lli-tl FOll HKNT—Modern housekeeping rooms 3.-0 2nd west. 17-tr. A. lung Co. 12-tt W \NTF!» Hills at I'andyland. POSITION WANTED—MALE. ^1,1'N,; man wlib »lc!eiTe,l cla.sslliealloii IA. ,1,-sii.s po.Hion Willi reliable fii'm; tii I ,..n.- general oflire experience; now .inpl-iyi.l bill Oenlle change. Address !' «» H',\ 2>0. 10-lf WAN'l'ITl'- posliion by a ynilntf lady as slcnoglapli, r Willi sli'„l eX'lienenco. I'l.lei mill or gram company Address Itoon, No. 1, 120', Nollb Mail! street. 10-2t t:t iNVITNllTTyT housekeeping; rooms. 2'tl West 2nd. 17-11 ROOM AND BOARD. IlliuMS--l-'urnished and unfurnished, Willi b(,a,-d. 3211 A. West. „ Hi-2l FOR RENT~RESID*Ncta. Full Itl-INT—My eleganl ten room home colnpletey furnislied; den. L-teakfavH leoin. sun room, etc., hot water heat; garage . Fine location, $75 a month. Mrs. l.Teus. Uunu, 4U7 Sherman ITasl. I'hol),. l»2r.-j. i(i-3l Full ItF.N'T—4 room hoiise ul COS. Weal lllh, JS.OX Uall ill Jl!> Wesl DWl or U14 Weal mh. Amblers. ll-tl POSITION WANTfcD—FEMALE. ; "7™ ~' ••I-lv lo girl. WANTITII Place lo board bv hlitb s. li, West 7||i al'lci I |, I lTXITTUIITNl'ITH SI.•no.er keep, I .leslrt-K Po .-IHOU ei in trail 10;",:, .1. *~ LOST. 1,1,ST Two pair black anil Iwn brown silk hose between .wn.'M ul'.d Its. F.asl Sherman. Fimlel lelu 4t,.', ITast Sheiinan. Full IlKNT room and ' house. 12: •al at w Oct. 1, to udults, 7 rooni ITast U. 3-tr 21 Fi )JI ItlT.NT—Three j W.sl A. room house al 1 On lfl-tl give ivier-; l-"* Ml IHTNT- Three room house al Wli lij-2l' Fast A. Hi-ll | FOR RENT —MISCELLANEOUS. two pair 'l"l • HITNT- T!,K, acres tine land III Ford <\ife> ,', unly, less Hutu two m'les from town n to A,Mi ess H. F. Maltiby. liUsworlh, Kall- 17-21 .-.is. 10-21 J.(1ST -Idainoi.d rlntT. ,arat, s iuillal., A. I. W., ..m; Liberal Phone 1,121 or s H'. .,. si;, ; iH)ll HITNT--100 acre wheal farm ew.ml. ( mile south of I'ltsllutoll. AlcNaffhtott lu-H lot cslnnnl. t'o. 10 1., ,ST ttouble lens gold Itainc K'a-s.s on K'cll., loud switch I'huuy 2.'',2 and i e- cclle lewald 17-lti 1/,.ST Ilia, k poelolbook conlalnijie 111,. , bange al:.f address. lUturli lo M0 IT Cth 17-21 LtiST While fov terrier pill trout leg, Photic 2231 or 23 Full RENT—IJui'.ding suitable for suburban grocery. 603 Kail 13. 1»-U POULTRY. TKN I.MIK'KITNS • Bngtlsh and Huso Comb While Leghorn eofkrols fruin 2SU egK record slock. 10 youuff luyitlg luff urp helui. • Smiley, 2 iiillea litlttl, n-mi 17. i l«««f'"B li»u>w. JA'ST-tiol.l wrist watch at fair grounds reward; return lu 62S 0 Fast. 17^31 STRAYED OR STOLEN. fciTllAlTl) - Two yearling Shropshire bucks.. Notify Kll Miller, llutehlnson, (toutc D. H-1S WANTED—TO RENT. WANTKIJ TO lilTNT. - MothM-n 6 or U rotim Itguse; two in fuiniy; referenc-ua gluvu. Call 311-J. lli-2l WA6.TK11-S unfiu'itished llgblhousekoap- Ing rdtitns; tnuttl be ittoilerit o,n<l Ueftlr- Hblu . 1'hotie 33*5. IHI WAN i'JJU -Tu rant u B or 0 room inodoni tutuge, fiu-u ^ltea. Attd'v ^s 41 86, i-aru of NiMf». . •>,; . ' M-IK 1»( ill SA LIT- Ten fallcliwi frlea and broilers. Call II'JO-W. 1B-21 Phone D71W. II. O. DeMerrilL Id- NliTUn-T-lCxr.hangmi coals nl Queen CHy Hotel Salurdiiy by mistake, liu- turn mine utui gut yours pluiuto, K. \V. 11 olio. lli-lt mwi SOIL, J.'OK LAWNS— Hleh will Tree fur hauliiijT, .south end ot linxinasn runal See CHy litlirineel. 17-Ul C. It. JAMK& eontraeior ulid hulMur, Plans anil specification furnUliod. UViiJUV-J'Uane tm. wi: WILL niT ri,i:Arii:i> TH SHOW ANY t'AntlRS COS' T RMPLATINO MOV- I.Vtl To llnvi/INNfiy our roniplele llsl i.f lluh-hlnson homes for .">»le. We also have a good llsl of HITN'O I'OI'NTV FAI1MS nl rcttnotiaWe prices. Al thl» time we nre nfferlns one of the VBIIVHEST W HIT AT and STUCK llANOlllW IN ITriWAIllift t'OFNTV. well Imprtived and R goml buy nlifl Investment. 1100 aerp*. 701 In wheat. Price SOS per acre.with liberal terms. In Ibe shallow wnter district. 000 acres nf K'"'il' A I.F A LPA l,.\NI>. No 3 Bast Hherman. Afuinger for Rcstatinuit aud Lunch Room. State age, experience, salary and references. Call or write. ®n°G®nii Said €® B 1500 North Main -4 lots, nicelnwu, garage, modern in every respect, one of the nicest homes in the city. P L-„ J 0 3E, F®I1(1 S Phone 235R, AUT0M0BIHS. SECOND-HAND S3 Hutchinson Is the lo»lc»l niulttt for second-hand automobile*. Pro«p«Uve buyers should watch-mis column for complete Hal of bargains. 110 Sherman Kust Phone 457 Cheapest pluce in town to buy your parts. Cash paid for old cars. 17-tf FOB SALE—CITY PROPERTY. :©&EMM Ka_st 12th St., G rooms, sleeping: porch, furnace, biusemont under entire house, nice luwn, back >nrj fenced. Price |:t^J0. Owner leaving city. Call B. U. Woudanl, Phono 1074. . TWO BARGAINS, 7 room houso cioso in, modern except furnac&i |i700.00. 5 room modern except furnace, good locution on 6th Kust, for quick sate l^'J&O.UO, Make our wants known to the SHINKV HEARTY CO. 127^ N. Main Phono 139 PRICED For quick sale cash or terms, 1513 K Ml), C room liuuse and two lots, windmill, surime, cement walks, good cliicken pen and cave. Inquire of P. M. Shaffer. BOO West C. U-u VOll SAL.K. One Reo Truck Chaais. in flrsl-cioss condition; four practically new eaalnt;3 and tubes. Anyone wanllns a truck chasia can save uioiioy by looklns this up. Three- quarter ton Hint. F. W. GUNNING, 3-U Sterling, Kan. COIE 1EMBIT Loolt.s and runs like new; ofleretl at one-half actual value; phone 790. 5-U |.'Olt SALIi—2 Model 37 HudBOli touring car, lully equipped; 4 new Kelly apriiiB- lield ctu>tiuj» and tubes; 1 extra set can­ ities. Taylor Motor Co.* 1,-lOt TOR SALI!—1914 Ford touring car with Briaco truck attacbjiienl; tiloo Furd Bravery delivery car, 1317, address C-SS care of Nevvb. 17-U POIl SALE—1917 Ford roadster with extra body ami demountable rltnu; i4 Bigger liast ;phone 1311W. Call at noon or after !» p.m. B - l I NKW modern 7 room home, vrell hullt, flro place, oak finish, sleeping porch, two baths . W. J. Townaend,:o!l ath w. Phone 339-W. . 14-Tt 318 west 14th, St. new five room house, $300 cash, balance monthly. —Ask McNagbten. Phono 15. 20-tX. FOR SALE— ^houses, ono six room, one 12 room. Call 201 li west or Phono 'JD72. Jl-U FOR SALE—G lloom modern house, nearly new; - Hast Seventh. Telephone 1501. . • 6-« FO RSALli—Good cheap lot on 17th Fast ill Orescent Park. Phone 320I-W. 13-tl FOR SALK—Klgltt-room modern house, »'J,bl)0; 120 Fifth West. 5-tt KOK SALE—191S BUlck big six, almost new 1918 Mitchell tsood as new Oecrolt iclecltic Car Co., 18 Mo. Wulnut . Phone 3S4. 13-tl UADIATORS ' Prompt services uu repair work. O, K. Auto lladlator Co., 15 South AS'ttSlltngton. Phone 930. 2-tf yOL'lt chance to buy at a bargain, It lakne soon, Keo or Ford, 16 model. Nearly good aa new. Pnone 1440. 10-lf ion BAX.I0—New Auto lire tubes, 20 per cent off. Mayfield. Hodialor Bbop III aouth Walnul. ^0-« SECO.NU HA-ND Cars for sale or trade, cash or payments at L. & P, Garage. 35 West 2nd . 12-20 FOR SALS OR TRADB. "T ^O I I^ALE^K^RA SE LAND BAWGAJN. 331 acres good wheat land of sale at |H> per acre under the market or would trade and tako' in stuck of merchandise in good location, located 3 rales north aud 1 mile west ol Bpearville, Ford Co.. ICana. Call or wrte owner G. U. Johnson IjpearvlUe .Kansas. - 1-lf. FOR SAIJ'l, RENT or Trade—7-room house, No. 15 Twelfth west; newly painted, papered and revarnishod; modern except furnace. See or phone Carl Nelson, C27 South Main. 9-tI FOR SALE or Exchange^—0 room bungalow on lllh St, Sell on easy terms or will consider auto.lots, or small piop- erty as first payment. Easy terms, on balance. Phone 1674. 13-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE—8-room semi modern cott&ge, -double garage blue grass lawn, shade tree 60 ft. front, will consider smaller property and difference. Phono 1612. S-'f. FOR HAL.E—7 passenger car; like new; will trade for roadster. Call 1UC4W. 2CIS 9 Weal. I'" 61 FOR SALE— liaynea coupe; your chance to buy al burgaln If laketi at once, 602 First Lost. l'" Bl FOR HAU>-1917 six cylinder car; perfect lnocliamcal combiuatlou. A bargain. Cull 3252. U-'l Foil SAI.i:-rI91(i l''ord car. No. 5 South Walnut, i'hone 2317^ 17-2t .STUIiHBAKElt Truck for sale or trade, cheap. 213 » K. IB-Ill FOR HALF-Ford With delivery body. 207 10th K. 1^-tr Foil SALE—Ford delivery Sixth. body 313 li- 17-81 Foil SAl.li~Furils. MeVey Uvery, tit MOTOROYCLBS AND BICYCLES. MO'I'iJltt'VCLES Jio.OO and up. We have several splendid bargains |n used luo- •lorcycliis; all are In good running order, it Is well worth you time to call and Inspect these inuchmes . We liave new and used parUi ,tires an duccessorles of ah kinds for inoiuroyoles • liarley-l)»vldsoj> Cylce C"-. 26 West 2nd Street. 12-tt IIA RLE OAV1USON Bicycles—A brolnur to lite famuus motorcycle of the same name . Get a llarley'Uavldaou bicycle before our price ge<» "» ™°»t bicycles luivu raised from 10 per cent to 16 per cenL Hurley Davidson cycle Co. 12-tt FOU SAX.E-practically new bicycle. Inquire 116 North Severance. 17-3t FINANCIAL. on city homes. .Long terms on monthly pay ment plan. Farm loans. THE KiNKWil AGENCY. Phone 2065. Stale Exchange Bank Bide. 9*tl. FARMER Investors, put your money In real oil - leases, Instead of oil atucluj. Make the money yourself. Box !)J, Uoute 1, UifoutttKliif, ICiins. ' 13-17 '~OQ~V O I T NEED »50V ' Private loans un furniture, piano, eU. Easy paytuents. .1 Slieruian west. 1-Ut FAIW1 J.pANS? CITV LOAN'S! -ask MeNiigluoul Flial Nal|onal^ BlUg. To IAJAN - Prtvtue maMy , JLow««t FOR SALE OlV TRADE—Team of horses aud hack. Inquire 524 E.ast D. 16-21 FOR SALE OR TRADE—BlllCk five ua.5- senger in first-class condition; will consider diamonds' o.t part or all; call phone I632W or 11 South Walnut. 7-1J FOR SALE OH TRADE—Three lots on Second avenue east of Plum street for equity In house or for. eood auto. ABk McNughien. Phone 15 i-U FOR SALE OR TRADE—On lot In north end, 5 passenger car; phone 1386. 16U WANTBO—MI»C«LI_AN10U». WANT HO—100 cars, any kind, any condition, burnt, wrecked or running. AuioiitoUle Wrecking Co., 110 East Sherman, phone 457. 17-6t WANTED—Vou to know that you had better base that old chimney and foundation repaired before could weather. Phone 3569. 13-6t WANTED—Vou to know that you hud better have that, old chimney and foundation repaired before cold weather. Phone 3569, 13-0t WANTED—Baled alfalfa, and nralrlo lmy in car lots. Let me know what you have lo sell. L M. UcCreery, Lyons, Kunso* J2-1S WANTKD—To figure your plastering and patchwork. Stucco work a specially Phouu J. L. Orcen, 3663. J3-6t WANTED T -Cleon, tori*ht straw; v M .00 per ton deltverea to the jjot Box Board and J'aptv Co, will pay '.chluson WANTED TO BUY—Modern 6 or 6 room house la north port of town. Call 1064 \V. «>-¥! WANTED—To contract - your cement work, sidewalk* a., siHiciaHy. Call C77. WANTED—llauiins to wid from Fair gruunds. Phone 16- Brill & Son. 12-21 W ANTHD —Cattle hovso weighinsr tn 900 to toon pouuds, FuUun Market. WANTEIV-Alt dindsi of rtt)ts, absolutely ldgheat price paid, Phone 3«9J. vt-u WASHING WANTED—Family or by the dozen. 226 Kaat Srd. 16-t[ WANTED—SecOAd hand furniture, Fvirnlturo Co. luuh eosiNESa gpppRTUo|ITY, ctolr brttucr 94op bufiaypg , cAll u} nefofe mftrllnR vour rmnnpe nr M^vefl Tor the wlntrr eh (M .*k up your Immruhce Willfles and l>e sure you nre Hilly prepaf* ul In citse or loss. —aiglk MsMrSj |uiiii (Sffii; Insurance of oil kinds. Phone Uu The vrry denirnMe busings r-^m ttt No. 4 N. Main for lease. Inquire of Masonic Tomple. We nje offering for n shorL time a very pretty 7 room modem home newly defomt fx} run) Jn Bplemlid condition, Bltuattnl on Avenue A. The home la welt bull, being boxed nnd papered, double foor and a convenient cellar . Owners are leiivinp and wll fflve Immediate possession. Some qplendld furniture can he bought at a very modest price with the home. Price $:t200. -Ubcral terms at 1%. Jl.WO «Jown L5EEEM EEAvLTTf CO., No. 3 J4i6t Sherman. 18-31 Wis do ihls work in the bofll manner on ail kinds of material. Pnrcel Post packages from out or town win receive prompt attention. All work truaranteed. Address Missus O. V. Rob*irts, 500 North Main, Hutchinson, Kans, FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. 7000 ACItR UANCK—1'iistern Colorndo— 1000 seeded, haUince leased, ereat opportunity; improved. 'J'iO Acre i*"*lne Improved farm, .Sumner county; eons In nrmy; don't want to rent too old to farm hlmfieir; sell at sacrifice; a fine home for some one. 320 Acrea South Heno County—Fair im- pToveiuetvts—'200 acres In cultlvA'ion; Koes to wheat this fall; one tilled lease contract; produced over 20 bunhcts per acre thl* year; only $G3 i>er ucre_for nU'dc sale un bargain counter. Vacant and improved city property, r»l- ways liarpiins at right prices. Sciudard royalties: OU-ldeiHl payers; Knyard-Harnioti surety on any of abovo proportilions. Details e'vvn by asking iv-tr A. M. juwrcbL. 2 MEAM YOIU2 A snap for your lirethne. 10 or 12 acms of the very best land with on irrigating pant installed on the land. Within one block of land that Is selling- for $2000 an acre . These 6C lots going- lor the paltry sum of $83 per lot or a total of All must go together. Owner is sick and going away and has cut the price one-half, or more. H. p. McDermud 15 l-» South Main street, 10-tC FOU SALE—We have building locations ot all prices. We build homes according to your own plans and sell them to you on payments like rent. The Kinkel Agency. Phone -055. State Exchange- Bank Bldg. eofl lu-tf FOU SALEr— My 5 acre •liome place. Z miles west of H-utchinson on Fourth streeL Dr. Mark McAhtly. 16-tf - TO TRADK. TO TRADK—For Hutchinson residence property ,a % interest i n 80 acre oil and gas ease in shalow field joining production i miles west of Elk City. Address Z-84 in care of News. 16-21 TO trade Five room house In Partridge 160 acres western land for Hutcningon property. —Ask MtNaghten. Phono 15. lifi-lf. FOJt TRADE—Colorado potato land for stock of groceries or good auto. See a. W. Alford; phone 1921 . 3-tf TO TRADE— VaJuablo lots near Miami, Honda, for Junk cars (any kind). Call at 217 E 3rd St. U-U MAYOR TURNS DETECTIVE AND RAIDS GAMBLING DEN Men Escaped But Police Captured the Furniture in Room In Hoke Building. Mayor Frank Vincent following the detective sense developed during his tenure of office or maybe it was a hunch, has been on the lookout for the gambling place whieb he knew would be started by some legulur In town for the Stute Fair. They were registered at none o[ the hotels but the muyor knew they were here for business. Yesterday after tliey started homo he made a detour around Walnut slroet and noticing it couple of windows with their blinds closely drawn decided to Investigate. No answer came to his soft raps but after be made a feint of going off und stood back from the dooj^t opened a jittlo and he pushed UiB'way in. There wore about 16 wen present and the old ratio 16 to l didn't stand any more sbow than It. did a year ago in a political campaign. The men got away, but the police made a haul of three tables, 10 chairs, 2 table covers, 1 can and 1 table hoop, The men know that tUeir days ds gamblers in tills town are numbered. Marriage Ucenses. Tlie following marriage licenses were-issued by Probate Judge Fulton up to noon: Wesley H, Painter, 30, Topeka. Anna. L#ura lowing, B3, Hutchinson. Joseph, A. Cojc, 40, KansaB City, Mo, Hattlo A. Ireton, 19, Hutchinson., Raymond V. Myers, 20, Spilth, Hutchinson. Buelali Klza Ham, 17, Great Bend. Jxioiiord P. Barber, 19, Pravel. Elsie Smith, 18, Fravol. The consent of the parents were given in the last two pases, Pl«m»l Plum»l . pjunis, peaches, pears, apples, grapes, cantaloupes, • oranges, baua- ^d, wMkej, . IWf LADIES' Fall Suits Small raymcrit Down, Balfltice $1.00 A WEEK Ladies' Dresses Ladies' Waists Ladles' Goats Ladles' Suits , Misses' Coats Men's Suits Ladies' Skirt; 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, lo $10.50. Smn!) pnymenl down, balance 50c a Week Ladies' Shoes $3.50, $4.50, $4.98, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50. ment down, balance 50c a week. Boys' Shoes 50c A Week COMER COMMERCE CO. 17-19 North Walnut St. Small pay- Men's Shoes 50c A Week MORALE IS DECLINING That of Qerman Non-Commissioned Officers is Poorer. MANY OF THEM SURRENDER Qerman Army's Strength Lies in These — Unusually Large Number Give Up. American Army Headquarters in Lorraine,«Sept. 16.—(By Reuters).— During ~.e-fighting in the St. Mihiel salient it has been noted that the enemy soldiers have shown an inclination to surrender in. large batches. There has been an- extraordinarily large proportion of non-commlBBlon- ed officers among the enemy troops taken captive. An observer who was several years years al the front said today he had never seen so many non-commlsslon- ed officers as during the past few days. Ho said: "To those knowing the German Army this feature haB special meaning for it tells of the declining morale of the enemy forces. The strength of the German Army lies in its non-commissioned officers and something plainly ' has gone wrong. The events of the past few days have been a very serious blow to German confidence." State Normal Trains, Soldiers, The Kansas State Normal School at Emporia offers boys of the Student Army Training Corps eceptlonal opportunities lor training for important positions in the Army. •Excellent quarters are provided in tho big gymnasium with good lighting and heating, hot and cold showers and large swimming pool. There are fine Athletic fields, first class laboratories and library, The new cafeteria is used for a mess hall and the large grounds for drilling. Tho best of instruction is provided in all subjects designated by the War Department for members of the S, A, T, C. Mathematics, Applied Electricity, Chemistry and other courses leading to engineering -are especially strong. Boys should enroll at once as tho corps is limited to 300. Training will start October 1 under Captain J. N. Johnson of the U. S, Regular Army. Inquiries made to President Thomas W. ButChor by letter or phone will be promptly answered. 17-lt into the trench mortally wounded. The Germans turned and retreated as Kneble fired his last cartridges while lying on his hack In the trench. The gallant Canadian, who has been decorated with the Victoria Cross, died from his wounds shortly afterward. The Victoria Cross also bau been awarded to Lieutenant, llorella, of tho Australian Imperial force, and Sergeant Mclkel of tho Seaforlh Highlanders. Borella led his platoon in a gallant attack against German machine gun posts, capturing an enemy trench and taking 30 prisoners. British pnrty ten to one, counterattacked twice but ivere repulsed. Sergeant Moikle earned his decoration by storming single handed an enemy machine gun. He next attacked the crew'of two machine guns with his revolver and when It was empty he pui the res! of the Germans out of action with a heavy stick. Later he again attacked another machine gun crew while armed with u rifto aud bayonet of a failed comrade, lie was killed its he reached the enemy position. CAN'T GIVE' THEM UP. Naval Bases and Colonies of Germany Are not to Go Back to Her London, Monday, Sept.' 10.—In his address today voicing his personal view tltat such a conference as Austria-Hungary suggested in Its peace note would be useless, Foreign Sec- freUtry Balfour expressed his opposi- ' tlon to the return to Germany of her naval bases in various parts of the world. (The text of this portion of Mr. Hal- fours speecli received today shows that the Foreign Secretary went somewhat further in his discussion of the subject or Germany's colonies than the first reports ot the address indicated.) "Germany," said Mr. Balfour, "is going to insist upon the return ot her colonies. Here again is a point upon which there can be no misunderstand- Ingr Germany stands on one side and we on the other. 1 say It la impossible to conceive that any conversations can bridge over a difference so deep or to restore to the power of Germany those unhappy populations she misused, or give back to Germany control over those "naval bases which can give her control of the moans ot communication not only between me British Empire but the civilized nations of the world." "NO SUCH WORD AS PEACE," With the Hun Unbeaten, Such Talk Is Traitorous, The A. E. F. Says, Paris, Sept. 1. (by mail.)—'Here Is what the Gtttrs and Stripes, the official newspaper of the Amoricnu Expeditionary Force, has to say about the "German peace offensive" which will Inevitably start again In lite autumn: 'Xet the weak hearted who are dreaming ot a compromise; let the pacifists who are talking of 'poaco by agreement;' let the side liners, who had enough of the. war; let the Becret- ly\ inclined pro-Germans who think this war should end without a decision; let them one and all know once and for all that, for the A. B. F, there is no such word as 'peace' with the Huns unbeaten. The man who talks of peace today, except through victory, Is u traitor." . ' SOME REAL FIGHTERS Brltlih Armlet Furnish Many Men Who Fought ton Real Finish, "•' London, Sept. 17.— (British wireless service)—With all his comrades killed or wounded. Corporal Kaeblo, ot the Quebec repeat, remained on A trenob parapet with his Lewis gun to meet ft German attack. Holding the gun at bta Wp he emptied magazine after magwlne into the advancing enemy,. He managed to M UP W e enemy jfl jUmUlf^ fepojjvj^ TOO GOOD A PAL. New York Newspaper Man Took.Her Life; Then Surrendered to Police, Now York, Sept. 17.—Charles E. Chapin, city editor, of the New York Evening World, whose wife was found shot dead in her room tit a hotel hero yesterday,- surrendered himself to the police today. Chapin, who wrote lo a business associate yesterday hinting at suicide and declaring that his wife had been "such a good pal that I ounnot leave her alone in the world," wtlked into an uptown police station early this morning. He was taken to headquar terB for examination by the district attorney, Declaring that his mind had been wandering, Chapin tpld the police ho had been unable for several days to recall his own name, Readiosf'in the morning newspapers accounts of his wife's death and his disappearance, tho editor asserted, prompted hiiu to report to the authorities. FIVE NEGROES HANGED Part of Those Who Took Part- Houston Riot. San Antonio, Tex., Sept. 17,—The five negroes whoso sentences to death wore pronounced by court martial which tried them for particlpat- Ion in the Houston riot and whose sentences were approved by President Wilson wore hanged at Fort Saw Houston at daybreak this morning. No civiliaug were allowed to witness the executions which were carrlod out through with great secrecy. , ; Those who paid the death penalty were oil members of Company "I" ot the 24th infantry. They were; Private Babe Collier, Thomas MoDoa- old, Joseph Smith, James Robinson ana Albert p. Wright. Why Not Eat Vegetables. These ara frc«h—radiaheia, ogs- plaut, mangoes, peppers, celery, carrots, beets, green beans, onions, green corn, cabbage,: tomatoes, turnips a,n<) (9ta(a«s, } .smith's era tHif- »B 4 WM *et, Phone

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