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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 12

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IWHK TWTCT.VR THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. Ckssnffnedi Adi • Cl.AKHIKIKD APVERTI.-'irO IIATK ' • (INK I'IVM A wmii; I:.U:JI I.M-I.H- • TlnN Ahliii.lr.lvtia Hlnl »n» of In ' luala or nutm-ruls mutil n« one word, • I nder thi5. plan <la.«sltlfd udicrtin'-rii • Cill tfll iri :<.\,il.ce llle i'UH '1 e "ft of • lli.ir lid N» \VH i lu .HXlfie 't "ds are • tnl.ni by pli .IP' for your :'. i"tnm da• inn niol nil b.lls are >luo ,iinl I'Uv.ilily • ih.i liny roiiMwinK ihp duo' "f • in. 11 V"II r .111 H-V-IM u* irmiei iul-y ii • ji' 1 ' Pay l'"- ri'lltct"!' prompt'y oil pre• M.IH.IHOI1 of slaliment- AUTOMOBILil. SECONDHAND Hn'.ciiinHon id the loflral market for frroml-haiul nutini'ibJIas. 1'rusp.ctlv. , . buyers nhoitlrt '..men lhin column for com* . ; plete I'.til of hiifaftili. • * , * • » Mllln. M M T d -i 1 1 H:J.- ; X 84- 1 "wANTlD-MAUt HELP. 1 10 SllUMlllUl JCust Phone 457 Cheapest place in tawn to buy your purls. Cash paid for old cars. 17-tf K'.IM'III 1 - A •-.!»-" ,in.l.||siu,.l.', Hi.- a:i.l \ 1' ntiii.-:. l^ 1 ' 'i' .'11 ii.|ini'iii"l'i ''ml A'llJlrsl. ' H U "N Oil K.it:s;i.s ee mnlter; ore who making of l.oloiriiil . .'iiipioyiit'iit. Mod"11 KU.'.I "I'l'iirlunllj \'o 201, ArkaiiRi- lv>;i lll.Ai-KSMITH M n. f. Kt i :.^i ""l. K -ili W ', VI 111 1 I'll" i Hani' l'l"d 0 K 4 M> W.\NTKt» '' "'I' ll;lll.U. Mill l- Ofln'.' H.\':l> 1 1...1; Ibi ji.od nil ii'iund man at u.-i duy. " F. SUM. .111 ].H k.-r" A11 iy 1' r '-il . 11. p.iuiii.til. Niwt'in. IS-Ct Full SAI-.K Z KOIHI iniilor outfits with M»fd tires, tiliu'kMiiitri'n fi'rge and blow, r: (rood wild shield; speed tmns- 1111**11111 nri.l iii'lo-ied clutch, u I'ltssettger Iti'i) . PIP-'UO limits; I'oleiir.ui fiiisol.ne Ipfilitlhc, iinllt. l''oid inotor nearly compute. Smith 11 utclilusuu lllio.'kwmltli .-hop. r.s. plume mlj. IT-ly FOlt SALE. UI11. I'.eo Truck i .lliruiiw, In first-elai.s euhdniiMi. tuiif prn. iiL .iUy new casings and luhi 'S. Anyone wantll'B a truik cliasi.H emi save in L 'ii.'i oy iooklni; this tifj. Three, .liiiirw-l- luu tozo. F. W. UL'.NMM-l. Il-lf Sttriliii;, Kan. >t. udy plant u work; -ijiply down town a -it 1: WANTFI 1 |L pi'l .-i" '.INTI;II Apply 1."' f .Mfwd I 1*1 fluifk cadFleJ Jusr oyor- I1 .u1 .1d K\i't 'Mrlil 1U11I1IIIK sliilpo, J17:..0f>. liiii; M'a>.wt'll totirii.u- ovoi hauliiO, AW li.u gam.'. I 'l .nif In and look llioiu "ill. Hill. Mo waul Molur Co. Ui--t COLE Li.'.'kx and i UJI* UUU now; lUfereo at vii 10 iUid IS; upl'iy , (Jl , . tlill f actual \ulUe. phone <yu. V-tl %2 • KU-UitUti ,u:vT«l. Kiiti.s.. \ t ,.\ b'^arAl :mtl r**"rri. I . MiiJuib '.M. Harvt y H'»usv j \V Mil Ida Cud: fur n'gnt Aiulc-rsuii'y ('"Ii SA1.I-: L' M<H]O\ .;T Hudson louring r.u. lull;, ivj 1 1 li>p<<i, \ new Kelly .^prlnji- fi '.-i«l ta.-i.iiHs una iui«f>; 1 yvt i.a.«- l \ nil- Aiotur Co. 11" •* 11JI (iin.ui i-'uiiD-Kur unit" i-.iiUifJofi (vlth «hoi-iv [Una w«*'k oiify Inmuit ' after ;i p. in. •heap, In g<K>U at ',!*.>. 5 l'lii#t i s--It WA.vn.i .'VIA ' Niaii w i-M .in WANTED—FEMALE HELP. Jo i-ar >K ,s.U.K—-U'U l-'niil tiniriMK t*ur with liii^L.i LMu'k atlat .liJTii.-tii; alijo l r t»ru IK i-ry d<-u\iJ \ rar, mi, iLddrt.'i>*i C-3y ut N^wi?. n-tr 'iC SA(»i-; 1917 I-"iroadster with ex- ; ira liLKly and di-'Mi-uiilaliiL' rims; L4 liig- K^r i-^ust .pinjiie UtsW. Call at noun ur ( aiti-r b p.m. o-tf ,-."P. in- appoii.l-d al u ashmnioii , KMa-rl.-lici SSi.iii.ii .lisniiiir K' fur in'., pai I.. -"•"":'. ;.v..-v.",,-.; HAUIATOLIS It" II L I'I.U I ;TI.II 1111 .- or dlih'. uiini'ooss.ar> loilii'li' pu.'luoliM mars. II. to. Tony MlllllIP'I'l llM^ Mllclo'll i;ood a.*i now Uetroit •lllc Oiu' Co.. 15 JMI. Walnut . i'liono U-lt \S luslnl.Utuu. \v \\TM> llolis.-kiapi-'l ; nil0.ll v.ornan willi'iot inrllniliranoo. call on in,-' no lull paJ'tli'Ularis. 1.. Ill li I Ka«l- H-^u' FIOM.PI Eurvlcty on it-pair work. O. K. j Auto Kadiulor Co., it, aoutli \\ a«tillltjrloll ajrixi ! J'liojlo WW. H-tf Ufol>o, i»-ir \\ TNTI'-I . I! .|iwi.'lu-«l su-liotfraplu-r, ,i„l,„ otla-l n.-.d apply. Ha' >« " latur's olll..'. Ii a 11.1 loplul. M-tl olorod in in WANTKI or wliit. M.usli l.aundr VUFH cliaiife to buy at a boreain, If talino suau, iteo or Ford, 10 model. Neat ly yood aj now. Fhonc' 11IV. 10-tt tull SAL.K---New Auto Tiro lublis, 20 P«:r etui uff. iMayfitld Hauialor Siioii, it South Wklnul. liu-tt (Ino.l slroiiB woiaaii. -"i | )A l!'.'.A1 N—ilud.-l.akoi I.Bl.t (uur, 5 |,ufi- wliito, to di. baliil wuKlitl .1..^ APP > -a | si;LB'rr, b-ood lolalillon. Call murnliien. : "'"'1 i-aal • oiinli. li-ll •p.!, W'ost \S \NT1JH <il'.-I f»r (.'i'"""'' 11 lioll.'i'.oork. M:s. -MoWlloitcr, 10:i Ka."l 1.. l'^},^ \v \ vnilr -'llil or woman ror wurk. .imall family, plioili) -'(iSi. hoiiso Ili-ll i\NTI':n 'loo'l wa-sli woiiuui for .Mcn- ,ia>^ Hood pay, plioiio »S»I. \VA.S"J'IS1>—<ilria over 10. Apply In por- nili Mod.'l hl«i in I.aundry. -»-U SIJCOXI-i MAXti Call, lor sak- or trade, oa>li or puyiut-iua at U. & F. Uariurt*. West -'lid . I''i.Ui SAIJJ''—7 j-asaeiuier car: Uko ni will trade for loadalcr. Call ' ioS a Wirsl. 17 -61 StAN'TKIi—l Hi I '"r ifi-iUTu! bouse wor n„ waslilliK • I'hum- l'3l li- FiMl .SA1.1-:— Haynea Loupe; your rhanoe to buy al Ijai'b'uln If taken al once. Syi' First iiist. 17-51 \7 i Fiiu SAI.I'l—r .ili six cylinder car; perfect jini'hail.'cal 1 1 Call oiiibiiiation. bai'tfal Ii 17 -tf WANTKIi fiu«.l Bill or woman; se«""'| ! y ulil> sVi.;KU.STl.:li7ur sale. See Cliiu- liuusfwurk . I Hone .M. .-on u.1 llio llulvhliifon Kefilllnt- Cu. WANTKI)—' Jirlit; hour work; jjood pay.! ,-wlfl & i:o. FOllli TOl'UINlS CAlt-For nulck aale. U ^STrajr .&^uced wuU«.«., nono' A|.„ly at t» W Hh «r«,t. 18-lf Hotel. 4-tl ; TAHI..K irrls wanted A- IJI'UB Co. ) J-ll 'A" \NTFtl fiirls at CalidylanU. l--t! POSITION WANTED—MALE. Foil .S.U.10—.Saxon road-slu- In e/ooO con- dltioii. Apply IWS lia-si 7th. ] l-'ult .SAI-1-;-iiooii condilKiii. Call a Ford ear; first ela-s.* ::n K sili. 17-i'j |l''illl SA1.F -rlood & pas-senger car. Phone uio; or j'.yT aiuy o p. in. la - 41 yiil .N 'il man Willi defeii'.-.l I -A. deHH i'S P ..SI1 ....I Willi lo'V .-ia! v .ars ilene.'al olflri now iluplujid Ian d .-Mrii c dr ..,s I', ii. ilox iMl. r^l'KNl '"illAI'IIKl: II"' encl. i'l.i 'H-1. d.a .r i ;ii .,d .'liaia .• for ailvalic luHuiriciiiioii! ..... •liable in nil ' I''". hAl.K - louring car, hiuiulr ' expcrlelic-; ! ''Ii' liallery Mallou. K.1- U-tf Ad -; 1*C-tf ! MT'FI U'lllAKiOU Truck for Bale or Irade. j cheap. :lli y lli-tll ' no'sill"li tX 'wiVli 1 l-'OU HAI.K-'Ford roadster Just like new -ill. A.ldres-s K. I I'lwne IU07W. 17-t U ANTKH • A plan by bos 1:1 l., work Iur board ali.l ifo can no w.'.-.i Mi.'iiiioii. 1_1 I KOll SALIC—Fo.d Willi delivery •ears old I LU "' Ii school l»-:;i body. 13-tI LOST. l.n.iT ll.IW.lll lliSol.to hotel. Call at News ol l-llier..! rewind. Full SAl.l;— Fold delivery .Sixth. b.sly -iVi F. 17-ai ' Ft'ltl-l Tourinu car, 117 Sonlli .Main, lil-Ilt lado's no'ld wnsi'wab'l'i' 1 i W >^t*~I—-*° V °* '.^* f ^ * '" lee lor lllil done ,1 ,.l.oil. | " FQ - N RE ' N T-FURN,EHED R0 0 M£ 1/ 1.. I l 'i I.. . Mill fold colli.'illllny l''lli..ler p.le .so call V. U, Sallee. l-'ii-sl elites luoiii tn modern in; huiiu: pi-HKyeb aiut ' ica-Sullahlc runl to rife'Hl p:ill>', iad> plt;- | (L 'livd. i'huiu* u«0. lti-li < hlUi 'R all Itla.K hat. U|..ni1 :n»V N. Walmit, phuiif .'Jl.'.W. 1 • - It Full ilKN'J'—\ vty dc^iiubJo rouma With lioaJd; fallible ur on buitc; JOa^t tiixth I ia;lii; 31, <;.,ld wn.st watih ui Valr grmniiiii. \ v |, :itV j )t . all iUi |,. furiustu-il loom fur ffTiT i -J, ivliliii to a j tU-man al 11 Ku«t titil. i'ituiu- HUH. >ia;)H 1 'ii'Wii |.ui 'Mi- lulituliiiiiK | m „!."..-i f > -"-^I 1 ''-' t ! ri'U.\lrfHl-:i> JIOOM -M «J«!«'rr. iHuui', ilusc • III. .'(.ISO idjOIUr IMJiiV, . Ji-il STRAYED. I ' Llk.NT i uuin.y, -st i If i)y mud!.'i :i, furiuu:u h.-ai. J.'.i l-.a.«i ;»tli. 14-tt 1''.! !-.TkA\ 1-1 MI; : i I niiii-i' wit h loi. find, i .MII :• >i.j ;n;t N.i .Main, lmh\ slioi t tail; h:id halti- i:«,'.it.- i Tno % <-ai'Ilii^ Nutity l-:u Mill-r. lit Sin upshiiv Mill- hinsnn, WANTED—TO RENT. 1 1 'l'i) UKNT • McMtorn & or li i, • i'; I wu in i'.unly; ic-ft•renews •all IC-Jll \V A ' To nut ;i i ur f. i (M >m iiiodtM'ii Hjlllr.-JS ll tS&, i -mv Mid n-'AlK i-iuina. si .i:i -;ri.\(i -15 HluTUian past, 1 i-U M0 N. Walnut, phoiu* J9-lil ICo-'ins. Kims, I-'irai Ka«L U'A.\"li:ii iLiod.-n. To UKNT -Jty •idi;i|jjt' closfc In. two adults I'lioue -)<>!> LIOHT HOUSEKtEPINO KOOMS. l'i»U UKNT- -Two liijlii l^uStdTucpTllK looms J-j blot-k from iur Hut;. J'houe 1 XirMld' luritiHlictl liytdhou.ii'Ia'v'jjlnB | rooms, J'ltoiic iiO j J aiu-r u o'clo^'k. No tilldroii jy-^t \TKI 1 Ti'i ltl'NT—A '•& or -1 lomu • v. .\'ldn-^ A. &."> rare of Stiy,n. NOTICE—MISCELLANEOUS. PgipairitacolaiiDi I'lo.iai 1I7IW. If. Q. J'leMcrrlll. IC-61 ill.-II ril.MI. Full l.AWN.S - Klcll noil free for b.iuOti^, laiulli cud of di'iilnaso i-aiuil ;-fe Cny lliiirliieei. 47-61 (.'. fi. ,JA.MKS, contracior mid builder, l'i.ma and b^ciaNCilllou i Ul'lliahed. rimim IIP l-'li. 9-tf. I'llAli horse linel calllo IOIUOVCAI fruo ol i liarue. I'hono I'iJBJ. W. A. lloiw. uvKiiv—ruoiie siw. KOH ili;NT - .Modern liouHeKeeplllir lOums i-'ii and .Ve.il. J7 -lt. Hl'lTK Jlhone houaekeef/liitf moniH. U-Ot FOR RENT— RESIQfNCtB. KDlt Ki:.\T—1 room houac al 006 West lllli, Js.uu. Cull ul ll'J Weal !)Ui or tit Weat Dili. Amblers. H-tj i\)H lii:N'l'--Fli'o roam furnlslieU house, modoiu. 1'liotlu M03W. 19-31 r'OU UKNT- Ool. 1, lo, ujulu, 7 room house. -12- J*"* U. Il-tf FiTll UKNT—Three room houa<i ut 100 WiHl A. IB-II FOR w ^ieNT -'MI6Cei ,LANfqv». 11 JtEtfTr- Uiu *rocerj 1500 Nortli Main 4 lots, nice lawn, Btir- nRi.\ modern in every respect, one o f the nicest homes in the city. PiFoJ. E. F@la Pliotie 235R Six lo-nits. pfnj'iHK P'urd, Vi bUii-kn rr<-rn .Main street, narili purl of city; oak f'u*'i s; hint in fiiliitud. la'K>* ba^i-'n^nt; rmnaeo -$,17.M.». Si\ ri'om;. sUM'p : ^t, r p<'H'.;. Vlast l2ih. furmu-p; lai'Kt* basonn'iil, J:I2J0. 1 •'t\f iuMins. K;i:-t i.tli .--'trt'vt; flll)uu<:>; all l\Wr rootllR Klvc ruoiriN, KuM i;Jth; <>uk fiitort;; furnaif. hu.seinonl uinier entire houpo; par- ayr. iriiH nt fl'>or; fioiu diivM- J^Ju't. Six moms; ftirnac*. l*itat 1HU- $3t>C'). ASK IMIONK »u ron SALE—M |SC «LLANtOU8. b''*d ard rrytvlertd. 50 v^ry Id/ili finiili', bftiiuirully mark^l . Many will frisshen soon. Wid st'II choice, as uidii>'' us you want. King o ft tic I'ontluci and King SCK'S pontine liiM-Jing. Nono lustier. K. 1* .ilariln. (0-1'J*. llutch'nsun Typewriter Co. KO V A I, T Y1 • li W UITHHS Hareulns In Itc-butit Atactdiifs. SOT HoraDaUfiii-W it«y fhonu 3CH0. SK(.'UNT*-HANI» Urvn nt:d toti^. «Ji aizeiK \\ o Miy old rasiiiysi. i-'or gUaranleod repair WJik si'f u.s. Mld-Statt' -doior Tliv t.\).. oppoaitti Missouri im-iflc dcpi't, ^-tX STKAM nOtl^EH. SVe ha\ e a low pressure uoiier for sleam iitiuunn plant, will bo toJd at a \«ry low iiKuro. Stie il at Nevsn oft we. roil hAMO-Oni* roll top desk and sick* l-oiu-d cabtiu't. patlifphotK-. k-atiwr Morns chair, oin: twin witty inn. rhonc or Co'.( Uh l-ii*»t. 17-1» TOR SALE— CITY PROPfcRTV. I'X^t 12th St.. t'> ioon\s, Hletpinp porch, rurnaou. ba-smient under yntlre houB«, fiit-e lawn, back jaid fi-nuttt. I'lice $3-tJ0. Own»r leaving cdy. Call B. G. Woodanl, TWO ItAUGAINS. 7 room house c:ose in, inotlcrn except furnace, ^Jll-v.Oil. 5 room mndtrn except furnace, gootl location on titti I^JIM. for quick sale J"^50.U0. Muktt our wants known io tHe SH1NKV 1JKA1.TV CO. 12:14 N. Main I'hnne 139 I'oll SAL.K RV OWN'blU—5 room com- pU'tHy modern IUUL-^; stono Burage .at a bargain. West ll'th street. If ftot noJd this week It will be oif the market and will be for rent. Call Dr. Joiinson, '-MOli. Foil .SAl.K—About VsrO feet of Hard maple lloonnb'. has bfcii usid m skai- iuH r»nk. in good eoiiditiyt ( . Address <.'-i>j cure of iNcwS. 17*11' ! 1 MUCK \J For (iiiick sale cash or Ierms, E r>th, 5 rt»uin house and two lots, windmill, earosc, ct-ment wulks, yood 'chicken pen and cave. lliQlllie of 1'. M.. [Shaffer. 500 West C. u-tt FtHt HAI.K—My Toland China herd boar ateu iioislcjn bull call' 1U months old. Cha>*. t.;otK.leiiousn. I'aitnd^e, Kalis., Ar_- ling'ton phone. NKW nuxlern 7 loom home, well built, j fire place, oak ltnish, sleeplns porch, {two baths . W. J, Town.send,L't '8 Siji W. I IMHmo SS9 -W. n -7t FOli JSA1.-K - -UUiJliiess office fixtures at Home Kmpioyment Agency. Call at office U7V ( j .^outh Main between 'i. and fi |». m. Friday. 1S--1 FOIl SAL.E—House with two lots, Cu fo»»t front ai'd i» hus or will trade for V.'ichiui. property, imiuiie fiyu West 1st. l'j -3t FOli SALK — lteed l*iby earriaBe. has be<in used very Utile, A ba-ifcuHi for anyone dcslrlnij. OH 13 4th street or phone 17WW. iy-"-l FOIl SAUK—one cotU range and one dresser, both like new; also kitchen cabiiibt and !ii foot rubber hose. 313 WCJT.1 It. 318 west Hth, St. new five room house, $390 cash, balance monthly, —Ask McNaghlen. Phone 15. 2G-tf. FOli SAIJB— •Juousea, ono six room, one 12 room. Call B west or phone 2y72. Jl-tf FOli BAI^E^-G Uoora modern house, neitrly new, East Seventh. Telephone 1661. 6-1/ FOK SALK -One almost new hay bailer; aJso about 12b, &x5xS feet timbers. CtLh plume or sea Judga Martin, 4U1 W. llh, .17-31 FOR SAIJK— Cheap, 6 U. p. 2 phase electric motor almost new; aJso leather belting. Smith Junk Yard. u 17-5t Foil SAUK—Fancy pigeons, several varieties. Inquire 300 Caj-peuter l*-*ast. Phone 'JU3, aiter 6 P. M. FOK aAljI->~Onf: No. IC Smalley ensilage cutter, pipe and distributor. C. K. Du- rantl P.uiuuikm. 22-eod-tt FOli SAl.I^—Office chairs and table cheap. Hardwood Second floor Bunker buliduiK- 18-«t Fi.Hi SAl.B— A B'"«d typewriter in perfect condition. Call evenlntis, 318 Kiutl H street. 18-- u FOM SAI.li—20-hetul llolsteln cows; some fresh and sonn: eomiiuj freah, Phone W7-J. H-W FOli .SAUK—Three Bel^on hares; also 2 children velvet lanioshanteis. IMiouu 737. li>-at FOii .SA/JK— One horse Vajj Brunt grain drill. Hutchinson implement Co, lU-tf F<>lt SA1.I0—Oood prdirie hay. 4 miles east puc-khiK house, phone 1S-I3 FOB SAI^K—Team horses. Call office Parker shows, Fair grounds. 19-tf [.'OH HALE— Three cows and Oiree hol/ers inquiix i>ia North Walnut. BS-&1 FOli SA-LE—KiKht-room 52,500; 120 Fifth West.- modern ~house, 5-tf FOR SALC OR TRADE. FOR SAI,B Oil T1VADB. LwVND B AltO A IN. 331 acres food wheat land of sale at fit) per acre under the market or would tra-de and take In stock of merchandise In srood location, located S mles north and 1 mllo west ol Speurvllle, Ford Co., Kans. Cai I or wr t e o wa er G. ti, Jo hason apf'arvllle iKansas. 1-U. FOR SALiKjOK.TltfVXHu—One of the best conrfH:tionarie« in Hutchinson. Established und«r the same management for the past 1U yoar». I'^sy payments. Will pay tu Investigate . Phone "Wl&W or ad- drtes .M. U. 211 West 10th street. 18-31 FOR SAJ*B. RENT or Trade—7-room bouse, No. l& Twelfth'west; newly painted, papered and rovarnlshed; mod- «rn except furnace. See or phono Carl Nelson, 027 South Main. s-U FOR SAMO or Kschang-e—S room bungalow on lUh St. Sell on easy ternis or will eonaider auto.lots, or small property as flist payment. lOasy ternis, on balance. Phone 1C74. 13-tf FOR SAU3 OR TIIADI5— S-room semi modern cottage, double parage blue grass lawn, shade tree 60 ft. front, will consider smaller property and difference. Phono 1612. 6-if. Foil SALK—Flne furnHure. Wtst joth. i'hono 2098. Uif4Uire 2H itJ-tf Foil SA1>K—Range Move and other furniture,' 110 Weat Bigger. 18-19 Ft Hi .SAM;;— Household furniture, 312 KatU B, Fhonw 2^1. 19-31 FOR OR TRADfJ—Buick five passenger in flrHt-class condition; will consider diamonds as part or ull; call phone 1S32W or 11 South Walnut. ' 7-tf FOR SALK OR TRADE<—Three lots on Second avenue east of Plum street for equity in house or for good auto. Ask McXutfitcfi. llione 15 4-tf FOR SALK Oil THADK—Team of horses and hack. Inquire 621 K.ast D. 1C-21 FOR SAl-K — Horse, 1I;UIIOK.I and i^nrjuiJe 13v0 IC. 4th. wagon. ia-4t l*'0H SA1 A*~~ Vvvs h CJuernsey cow and calf. Phone y25F3. 18-21 J'olt SAM-:—Good «ewing rnachUie cheap. 212 Kaal U. 17-tf FOR HALE-New Zealand red rabbits. J28 1st east. H-tf. FOR sAJ-l;:—House-hold furniture, phono 3267W. 17-51 1-XiR SAI.K— Wfo'to mbMt, 300 J'^ist^th. FURNITURld for sale at 411 West B. i9 -3t MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. MoTORCi'CLUS *50-00 and up. "We have several splendid bargains in used motorcycles; all arc In good running order. It Is wch worth yon timo to call and Inspect iht'se machine* . We have new and uoed parta ,lirea an daccc^sorlca of al' kinds for motorcycles . Harley-Duvidson rylct* Co., 2ti West 2nd Street. 12-tf UAIUit; DAVIDSON.Blcycleii—A brother to th*! famous motorcycle ui the same iiumu • tJet a Uorluy i>avldson bicycle before our price goes up aa most all blcyelea have raised from 10 per cent to 16 pur cent Jiarley Uuvldiiou Oyclo Co. 12-lf FOR HAljfc)~-Hnrl«y Davidson motorcycle. Belt drive, lirutulre 20ti li 10. 1S-21 FOR SAUU -FracticaJiy new Wcycfe. In- dulro 1R» North Severance. 17-2t POULTTJRY^ TUN CiUCKlSNS—IfinglisU and Hose Coinb White Leghorn cockroia from 2Su egg record stock. 10 young laying liuff orp. heim. Biniley. B n.ues Bast packing house. ll~'#t FRY US and 329W. ji rollers, pun fattened. FRY13Q a«a Urolleni, 390W. pen fattened, lS-il TO TRADM^ TO trade Five room bouso lu Partridge ICO aires western land for liuicuinson property, —Ask Mctfttghten. Phone 15. 26- If. FOR 'ntATJK—Colorado potato land for slouk of gToeeriea or good auto. Heo U. \V. Alford; phone 1931 . 3-tf WANTI3D—To trade good five paaaenger car for lot la north end. Pnotto i38.ti of 29»7 af^cr 0 p. in.. ^ 18-*t TO TRADE—Valuable tot* near Miami, Florida, for Junk; <&r£ ^ftny kbadJ.^CaU FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. 7000 ACRK RANCH—13astern Colorado— lf*oo deeded, balance leased, great opportunity; improved. 320 Acre Fine' improved farm, Sumner county; sons in army; don't want to reut too old to farm himself; soli at sacrifice; a fine home for some one, S20 Acres South Reno County—Fair improvements —200 awes lu cultivttUon; gots to wheat this fall; one third lease contract; produced over 20 bushels per acr« this year; only $85 per aero for nUKk salo on bargain counter. Vacant and imi'roved city property, always bargains at right prices. Standard royalties; dividend payers; Knyart-Harmon Surety on any of above propositions. Details given by asking 17-tf A. M, JKWliU* S MEAN TOP 2 A snap for your lifetime. 10 or 11 iiciea'of the very beat lorul wllh an Irrl- iratlnE pant inftUJIed on th« Inlid. Within one block of laiul that ii* uellinj; fyr $2000 an aero . These 60 lots going for the paliry sum of $8& per lot or a toUul or JMI10. All must go together. Owner i" Klelt anU going away and hits cut the piieo onn-tialt, or more, 11. F. McDermeU lu 1-2 South Main street. IC-tl t'OK SAl.l';—We have building locations ut all prices. Wa build homes according to your own plans and sull them to you on payments like rent. The Klnkel Agency. Phone 2056. Statu Exchange Bank lildg. eod 10-tf FOR SALK—My 6 aore home place, 2 miles wept of Hutchinson on Fourth street. Ur. Mark AtoAMBy. 1«-U TO TUADE—For HutcUlnson residence property ,a % Interest In SO acre oil and gas ease In shalow field joining production t miles west of Hlk City. Ad- druss y.-m In cat's of News. i«-m ~ FINANCIAL ' umm TO LOAM on city homes. l<oiig terms on monthly pay inent plan. Farm loans. Villi KINICUS AGENCY. Phone 2066. Slate Eioluuigo i3ank Bldj. DO VOU NEBD J607 Private loans on furniture, piano, eta. Kasy payments, j BUerwan west. J-(f FA11M LOANS? CITY I/3AN8? -aak McNughtenl First National Mdg. ewsiNEji ^op ^juNm^ FOH HAl.K--HuornJng house ut a bar- t'ujii If taken at once gee owner at 18 ^ Souin iluiu. 18-« FOH .8AU3—Barber sboP doing jood Uitslnew. easily., C»Jl SSU Norti ^ room modern oxc^pt fumac*. clone to Hfch scnoul; nice,lawn nhrt shade. Very Hicn honso and good«: Jhve«tmftnt for a rental property. Price only $1600.00. The location la worth the money oflketl, C room house on Host 7Ui, $1700.00. G room hcuse on liu»t 5th, lighlft, gnx. sower and water ih yard, extra large lot Price 12150. "Will give terms. Uood comer, 3 blocks of Main In center of town. 4 room house. Dandy locnUon for an apartment houso . l"*rlce only $2600. Vii ca.ih. 2 Roam house on Rast F. 2 lots, [irlco $r>u0. ~\y\\\ pay 16 per cv,nt rental. Trrms $150 down, bal $10.00 per mo. wthout In terest . fi room house modern except furnaca. on IVist 7th $i,wo.oo. This will pay 12 per cent rentnl. $7&0 cash, bal. $1S,00 per mouth. First National Bank Bldfl. The very desirable business r^'im at No. 4 N. Main for lease. Inquire ot Masonic Temple. Real estnte and insurance business, established 10-years; worth investigating. Address, box 337. IF AM: 1C0 acres 2Va miles from town: new 5 room house; new barn for S head of horses; 24x36 new cattle shed; Rllo; gar- a«o; 15 acres alfalfa; 130 acres io wheat this fall. All goes. L*and lays Ifivel; dark hwwy soil; wheat niado 18 bunhela this year; 10 miles from Hulcliinson. Price $15,000. ©[rdl@ 3P@w©D§®ia 307 First National Bank Bldg. 29-Ct 5 i-oom house, modern except furnace, Vj block from new 1-lberly High School, 1^3 block from car tjne—-n««aiiy new. Half cash, balance at 7%; possession ai once. Phone 578. ©rdl® ]p@w@2g@ia 307 First National Bank Bldg. IS-Ct WANTEB— MISCELLANEOUS. WANT10U—Place to room and board close In by couple wllh 11 year old boy. Parents both wts'k and would want to lea.ve child with parties at house during day. Address D-85 care News. 18-21 WANTKD—100 cars, any kind, any condition, burnt, wnicked or running. Automobile Wrecking Co., 110 liost Sherman, phone 467. 17-5t WANTED—You to know that you had better base that old chimney and foundation repaired before could weather. Phone 3500, 13-Ul WANTI3D—You to know that you hod better have tliat old chimney and foundation reiialrod before cold • weal her. Phone 3603. - 13-Bt WANTKD TO BUY—Car load of good hedge or mulberry fence posls. Address John Britain, Nickerson, leans. 1S-20 WANTED—To figure your plastering and patchwork. Stucco work ' a specialty Phone J. U Oreen, 3D6S. 13-iit WANTED—Clean, bright straw: will pay li .oo per ton delivered to the Huuninson Box Board and Paper Co. xB-tf WANTKD TO Br)Y—Modern 5 or 0 loom house In north part of town. Call 1064 W. 16-21 WANTED—To contract your cement work, sidewalks a specialty. Call t'77. 7-tf. WANTKD—Hauling to and from Fair grounds. Phone 10. Brill & sun. 12-21 WANTKD—All kinds of nigs, absolutely highest price paid. Phone 2119J, 17-&t WASHING WANTED—Family o p by the dozen, 225 Kast 3rd, jC-tf WANTED--To buy new und second hand clothing. Call ISIS. lS-Oct. 2 WANTED—Second lutnd furniture. Raub Furniture Co. 26-U Announcement. On account or my sons, Van M. Martin and John M. Martin, being lu the BGryico, I have associated Mr. •Wulter Jones, with mo In the practice of the law. My office hours are from 8 A. M. till noon. Mr, Jones will, bo In the office all day. 19 -J .t P. h. MARTIN. S1.00 Way, Men's suits or overcoats cleaned and pressed J1.00. H. B. Gallup, 419 N. Main. Phone 901. Mon. Thura. 13-tI Eat Fresh Fruit. tpeaohes, pears, plums, grapes, apples, cantaloupes, oranges, hamulus, and lemons at I. SMITH'S drocery and iMaritot Phone 1600. l'J-U Large school house heaters at O'Donnel's. Corner Fourth and Main. J9-3t PJd you see tfta Hepubllc Truck at the Fair? Reno-Bulclc Co. - 16-Rt. A striped cloak with an immense collar U Q> $x»y on a darker , gray pound, ... • i . . LADIES' Fall Suits Small Payment Down, Balance $1.00 A WEEK Ladies' Dressea Ladies' Waists Ladies' Coats Ladies' 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, to $10.50. Small payment down, balance 50c a Week Ladies' Shoes $3.50, $4.50, $4.98, $5.*50, $6.50, $7.50. ' merit 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 ORGANIZED PILLAGING Is Carried on by (he Germans When They Start Retreating. TAKE EVERYTHING IN SIGHT Though They Often Forget Guns and Munitions in Their Haste to Get Away. (By 'I he Associated Press.) With the French army In France, Sept. 19.—Efforts to or. ganlze pillaging by the German army and the transportation of loot appear from, official documents and verified Incidents to have been much more effective than the work of carrying out the removal of legitimate war booty during this summer's operation*. The sacking of private houses and public buildings throughout the regions from which the Germans have been driven has beon done with characteristic German thoroughness by specially-detailed squads. Advancing French armies, however, have found intact on the plateau In the region of 'Soissons and elsewhere important dumps of munitions which the French had been obliged to abandon in their relreat last spring. Loot Is Organized. An order, signed by General Von MarwiU and dated -May 25, was found in the pocket of a prisoner. It throws peculiar light on the subject of pillaging. After condemning lu severe terms disorganized looting operations by soldiers for personal account, this document calls attention I to Die rules established for general pillage and says the men of the "liiot detachment" bearing white arm bandages and special Identification cards, have the same powers as military police, it adds "the chief ot these detachments will confiscate eatables and drinkables as well as objects of current use that are collected and keep guard over arrival of the exploiting groups." Can Use the Food, Quartermasters are authorized by this document to apply to the use of their units a proportionate quantity of booty suitable for immediate consumption und to send the rest to the rear, Private letters written by prisoners give additional evidence of the extreme limits to which looting is practiced. A Btriking example of this work is found at the Vatibtrin hospital near Soissons, which was established and managed by Madamoiselle Canton-Baccarat. 13efore the building was demolished by German shells It was completely sacked by German officers, the principal offender being ail army surgeon whose name is known and has been placed on file for future roference. Joyfully Into the Y. M. C. A. camp one day and said "I've fixed her now, see here''. He had been receiving loiters from his wife very frequently In which she was demanding to know why she had not been receiving his ullotmenl. His letter was brief: "You must quit Ibis nagging and let me enjoy (his war in peace." "Of course there In much ot the dark side of the war which can be told by those who return from abroud." said Father Kaln, "but the boys themselves are so very cheerful and can so quickly find the I'tiuny side of any circumstance that Hint seems the better side to tell about. "And a good laugh, by the way," ho said, "Is the very best tiling to banish fear." "As to what our boys are'teaehlng the French and learning from them,' he continued, "the big addition which we are making to the French language Is very noticeable. We have given them a new way to swear. We havo also Introduced the custom on collect. Ing souveuirs." He gaye a graphic description have been used to the least discomforts at home tu_ke the discomforts of the army the best, said Father Kaln. The very young boys are used as runners and in other capacities in which older men could not serve. He had gave a graphic description of the thrilling experiences he had while attached to au artillery bnttal- liou—digging himself into his sleeping place and sleeping under shrapnel fire. Ho told also of the Impressive ceremonies attendent upon presenting Individuals with the crolx de gulrre, and the manner of dismantling German prisoners in search of souvenirs- GERMAN PRISONER TALKS OF "CAPATALISTIC" WAR He is a Socialist and was Discouraged With What Germans Fail to Accomplish. See that man Heaps about Republic Trucks. Keno-Dulck Co. Hi-fit. WRITE CHEERY LETTERS TO THE BOYS IN ARMY SERVICE Father Kain Talks to Students at the & C. B. C„ at Assembly, "A letter la more welcome to the soldiers in Franco than any sock or knitted garment," fproyjded that it Is a cheery, sptcy letter such as most American fflrU write," said Father M 1 . L. Kaln in his talk to the students of the 8. O. D. 0. at their assembly hour ibis morning, and not letters which "nag", such a» one of the men in his company showed to iilm, Father Kalo (By The Associated Prerfs.) With the American army on the Lorraine front, Wednesday, Sept. 18. — Five prisoners were captured by the Americans southeast of the village of Woe) today. They belonged to the Fourteenth Storm Uattalion and all agreed that even these crack troops urn discouraged by the Franco-American successes north of the Marite and around St. Mlhiel. These units were rutilied Into the front linea after the Franco-American attack had begun last Thursday. The men said that Germany Is hard pressed for men. The..particular bat- taliou had been in training near Briey. A night patrol of Americans captured the Germans without firing a shot. The Germans wero sleeping whon the Americans crept up. They said that the majority of the men in their company had' been withdrawn from this region when the Americans began their concentration a few days ago. The low morale of the German army was the reason that the resistance encountered by Hie Americans was not stronger, the prisoners declared. One prisoner, a Socialist, said the civilians in Germany are discouraged with the way tho war is going and look upon the struggle as a capitalistic effort. He said that the German troops estimated the Americans equal to the Germans as they wero In 1914. FIRST CONCERT IN HALL. Will Be Given Next Sunday Afternoon at Three O'clock. Tho first concert of the season to be given in the Convention Hall will be given next Sunday afternoon at throo o'clock. MISB Inez Payne will be the soloist and the splendid program which has been prepared Is. as follows: STAB SPANUl-BD BANNER 1. MuiJcli "Funston's Fighting 20th,"— 11. O. Wlierler. 2. Overture, "Poet and Peasant"—Buppe. 9, Dunce, "In the Shadows"—Herman Finck. i. Solo—Miss Inez Payne. 5. Dance Sulto "Sambo's Holiday"—Ivan Tsohakoff. I Danse Afrlcalno II Danse ''iratosuuo III I'eekeo Dance- XV Valsci Husso 0. American Sketch "By the Swine* Hlver"—Myddloton. T. Mirch, "Nation's Awakening"—(-.uolau Denrd. AMERICA. 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