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fRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, PAGE THIRTEEN P1IONK *4M AND CALL KOH CI.ASSU.-IKU AD DEPT. BUM) Al) IlKPLIKH A- 12—7 P -'.l— 1 C-12—4 I'.11-1 t .'-T—2 , (;.:•• I C-ll—I U-ltt t K-ll— 2 -Hi - .. J-10— 3 ;-'.-ll- ; K-U-2 T-U-2 l.-a -i V-V -1 M-9— 3 VI1—1 O-ll— 1 W-ll— 3 REPAIRING, ALL KINDS (Cont.) c. p. PfiicB. miii^jitM-mir^ii^'m EtiRCTRIC motor, armature rswlna- 1ns, repairing. We buy, ami, rent usoil mntora. HUTCHINSON ARMATURES WORKS Phono 202. 7 South Walnut. SIliiM rrpnirlnK, mon'M mill's Jl, mi; WomnnSt solos, 7r,c; IIIJMI'H I'nnfio rubber hci'le, $1.25. LlbtlLy Shoo .Shop 123 So. Main. IjSl'iD furniture, uplml'UGriiiB ami r*> [iHlrlrtR, furnituro and stoves. HHU-, yard l'urn Co.. too Kaat 7th. Mi. liw. IJPHOLSTKMNG— VI rat clnaa work. Phono 27S3J. J. 11. UaBlaml. Orders to vlmum or discununua advertisements for th« current day a Issue cmnnot be accepted latoi than 4 ) a.m. for The News ana « p.m. tor '«« Herald. All chnnKes and kill* tecived after ilioie nours will take •Heel th folelowiug day. Th Hutchinson Nnwa-Heratd la a member of The Aaaoclallun of .Vow's- paper Classified Advertising Mansgrs which Includea reading nuwdpapera throughout the country, and nas for Ita aim the elimination of fraudulent and mlitading claaaifled advertising. Tha Hutchlnaon News-Herald aa wci. as everr other member of the asaucla. W in, endeavora to print only truthful ant Ada and will appreciate having Ita attention called to any advertisement not conforming to tha hlgbeat atandarda of honesty. All claaaifled ada will he Inserted both morning and evening Issue* of the paper. An ad which la accented tor a single Insertion will appear in both Th* Nawa and The Herald. Claaaifled advertlalng terms are aash. t'hotia orders are accepted to, convenience, but with the understand* Ins that bills will bo paid on presentation. CORRECTION Of CLASSIFIED AD ERRORS Tha Newa and The Herald will not Be reaponeible tor more than one Incorrect Insertion of any-adrortlaement orderd for mora than one time. Errors sot the fault of the advertlaera which clearly leeaen the real value of the advertisement will be rectified only by publication without extra charge within F1VK daya after Insertion. No republication will be made when the error does not materially affect the tluam .,anjtfApe am jo *enrtjnd Jo asiiag WORD AND Lte<C I Worda or leaa I to 11 Worda 18 to 17 Worda II to 22 Worda II to 28 Worda !> to 33 Wot da 84 to 39 Words «0 to 41 Words 41 to GO Word 10 to hi Worda For mora than 10 lines to each 111 words or frne SCALE , l Un* i Lines I ' 4 6 6 7 I » 10 Lines figure 3 llnea tiiin thereof Lines Llnca Lines Lines l,.nea Llnea Line* TELEPHONE AOS The News and The Herald will give careful attention to all ada received over the telephone, but cannot guarantee accuracy. CARD OF THANKS WORDS cannot express our gratitude to the many friends and neighbors for their counties acts of kindness, but we deeply appreciate, the help, comfort and sympathy shown us and our k 'vec! one during her long illr.ess un,! ,l<-:i!h; and we thank ail for the, 1, r'.oral offerings, Oeni'Ke W. Morris, Jnmva K. Morris, Willie J. Morris, Huth B. Mortis. Hall* G. MdaVis. '.'barley M. Gnvrex, Ktta M. tievres, .las. CI. ilccrt. Joseph A. Heed. 3 SPECIAL NOTICES DOLL Hospital. Cull 33TS. i>h"Al l block removed free of charge". 1'h.me 4S1. Ouaranteea repairing. Nellie HI, Williams, 2lfi A. west. HAM>-I'AINTRI) Xmas cards and hand-made Klfts at reasonable prices. Mrs. Ashley's Gift and Apron Shop, 128 Eighth West. "Ait* ALMA~SII>'T AND Al'UON SHOP fancywork exchange. r,27 Kast fitn NOTIOK— JtiBt received another car of Utah Lump, lltuler & Sous Coal Co.. phone 2SD. 615 south Main. PHA''TU;AI. nurses registering 330*. THE WOAIE.VS lle'ltet Corps will hold a bazaar and Food sate at the Holland Clothing Store. Pr<:._<|ih. X.MAS curds, engraved or printed. Wells Printing Co.. 110 W. Sherman. "WANTKD— Quilts to piece. 3J:'i isnsl H SA BEAUTY CULTURE MAU1NELLO liEAUTY SHOl'I'N, 4U4 W. Sth. Phonp for appointment. StAKCUiTLTxa. Marjorle OilcKu'er, 721 lilaat 4th Street. Phone 21l ):l.l. MAKCKU.INU. Mrs. J. U. Katiluiy, phone 325HW. 321 North Logan «t. MAKC&LLINU—IJay or evening. .Mis. Talbott. 813 1'). 4th Ptione lUU .'J, IMAItClil.LlNU. .'jdc. I •hone SfiliJ. MAHCtitXlM). 7^3 Kaal 1st. Mn aiAHCBLLINGT 60c. 203 Kast 17th, phone HS2.T. Appointment iinytnne. NBlXlMliCU) "UKAUTiT"Slluri'v. Paper curl a specialty. 420 i-.ast First. Phono 3700. LOST LOST—From car between llurrton and Newton, a black Hoston bag, tagged Ruffner Hotei. Clmrleston. W. Va.; reward If returned to Hotel Stanley, Hutchinson. LOST— Black traveling bag- O. J. 'Pewter, cast of Hutchinson. LOST—Black suit case. Thursday, between 427 llowitrd Ave. and Mo. raeific station. 1'lione 2700W. LOST on Medora road—A roll of senm blankets. Please communicate' w itti Scoutmaster M. L- Kaln. phone sr.O. LOST—By Boy Scout, auto robe, rolled and tied with leather strap. Notify Father Kain, phone S56. • LOST—Wire wheel and the lor Hudson, on Cannon liuil road, between Wichita and Hutchinson, ools-wiulu Oram Co., Market 552, Wichita, Kan. Reward. . LOST—Yellow Persian cat. Itelurn to' 1005^4 S. Main and receive reward. S PROFESSIONAL SERVICES a CHAS. I, WILSON, uhiroiiractur, J1 Vii North Main. Phone 27.15. "WE specialize In (Hung glasses. Ship man tiros.. Masonic Uld„-.. lioom 7. CARPENTERING CARPENTliUINCl: furniture repairing I'liom- lilOSJ. 10 DRESSMAKING— MILLINERY Al-,TKUAT10Na, suits and dreHBtnult. log, teiuudeliri, pleating, turner .Mrs. Kii 'bartlK. phone 2203.1 WAN'lrfD—Tiress making; Hillistatiori gimranteed. MI-H. Hays. 614 N Main 12 PAINTING PAPERHANGING 12 JAS. WlHTrj wull paper store, PJ'A S Main, phone 21MI. itesnience 4m-a 1'AI'BH "liuugTn'g. wimTe - C77W. ' 14 REPAIRING, ALL KINDS 11 " /LLITKLNU.S OJf BLECTBJCAL UBPAIIl WOKK COUKK LLKCTK1C 8TOUE t hi. aula . Phone en LAUNDRY WORK 15 lt!UUTAINS la^idered. Phone 199SJ. WANTED— Washing and Ironing. We wash In soft wnter. Call at 301 West nth. Phone 2S90W. 16 SERVICES OFFERED 16 PAINTING, cement work; building estimate free. 215 E. I) .I'll .llllilj. TUASH hauling, nil kinds. I 'll. 27S4J, 17 RADIO EQUIPMENT 17 ItADIO for sale. 1I2 East Kith. SONOItA ItADIO LOUD (With the concealed horn) "CLKAH AS A HEL.L" Tone quality unexcelled, because lt'i alt wood. Same price ai othen. Phone &U2 for tlPinnnatratlon. 'VVI-J Bull Dutch radio tubus on un ab- poluta inonuy-back guarantee. Types 19V12, 200. 201A, 12.25 each. (Jurilfl. 30t Nortli VanUurtMi. 18 MALE HELP WANTED 1» AGENTS—Sett electric floor lamps. Silk decorated nhadei. Your profit In advance. Wo deliver and collect. No money required. Write Tor outfit. Uothlehem Lamp Co., 1110 S. Mlchl- Kan Ave.. Chicago. BAl.Il-KKING taught quickly. Moler gntduatei nlway.s busy, Big P&y* Write Moler Barber College, 544 Main/ KnriHas City. BAKIMvIl wanud—Steady Job lor Kood man; J20 week guarantee. No floater or student wanted. B. iJ. Keuwn, M"eade, Kanwaa. FOli T^ocation. stock and fixtures, good. Must be able to handle meats and grocerto* nnd mu*t bo willing to put Up & deposit of $500 and take itorts on a commission. Write fi-12, care News. Mating age. experience, and glvo references. MAN, energetic and reliable, wanted for factory representative to handle our business in Hutchinson district; unusual opportunity, with /ortune for right man; experience or capital unnecessary; write fully Syncro Motors Co.. Battle Creek. Mich. 20 FEMALE HELP WANTED 20 WANT KB—Nurse girl to take care ot child 4 years old and to stay nights. White girl preferred. Reference* required. 21l> A Kast. WANTKU—l:;xi >t >rlenced housekeeper for country housekeeping. It. ii. St »phf-r. Abh y v Hi v., Knn«. WANTKD—Middle aged lady to stay for company for hoard and room in modern home. Phone 4140VV. \ V A NT C O—Cap a b I e mldle'-aged .ady for housework. ;t01 Kast 13th. WAN TIC D— Experienced waitress, at I 'atace of Swoetg. 24 SITUATION WANTED, 24 MALE WANTED—Steady employment. Phone w. c. MUIIT. 3ianv. 25 SITUATION WANTED. 26 FEMALE HOUK work, aQiT^r^m^r.SRM! ^ WtiltK by hum-. I'hon.i ;i40tu. WANT1JU—Kmhroidviing and cio- rhctlnK to do. Call 13 West fith. 'LAL'V with boy itgiid 7. wants housekeeping or hotel work. Will go out of city. LU5 North Main. 26 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 2b SALE FO It S A I. E— r .o t of good hi m bur, cement blocks, shingles for kindling. Tound top walnut card tablo. Call 408 Kast Fifth. FOR SAbiS—McDougall kitchen cam- net, fl down. $1 per week, till Xmas. Ilnriv.on Furniture Co.. 13 S. Mam. KUit SAUK—New Singer sewing ma- chinp. oak davenport. Thono S4 or 2471 after fi p.m. Apt. 12, Uuvall A]its. 1'VUt ISA I.K—Shell portiere, 'i'ih It-'ast U. KUK SAl.l-J or trade—Sbwin» machine like new. IMion.? LT.flU. FOU SA1.W— Cash register, practit -nlly n«\v, Phone 230'J. Jackson's Con- fecLiuncry. F(.*)t SALK—Ileal estate S% conlraut at distount. -—ask McNaghten! FOR SAXiK—7 ( 7o real estatii firm ^mortgages, —ask McNaghten! t*none FOK SAI.K, ehuap—Hcater with pipe. Call it.V .w. FOlt SAUK—Manure for lawns. Call HKlfi.] MAGAZINE subscriptions. Mr*. Ina Kites, 317 Kast Fourth- S1IOK SAUK—Great saving In men's and hoys' shoes for 10 days. Liberty Slum Shop. 12:t So. Main. TiliK BargHins— »0x3; JS.iy. 30x3^4; |r>.2!). 2 and UK In, tuhcs^l.10 Uu­ vall Tire Co.. 112 U^Sherraan. VAl;n"t'h <-al>in"H. Phono""37Sl. Good used batteries for all makes ot curs. JJAItNES AUTO SAUVAGK CO. 22-21-20-2S West Sherman. 27 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE OR TRADE FOH S/U-K OH TIIADK— Improved ir.t) arres in It let* county, land is roiling-. HU iu:wn hi n^jivatJon, 2U paiituri'. 20 wheat, nil go.Good tivo roum house, well, wind mill and other buildings. If taken In next ion days will sacrifice ut $12,000. Would cohHtdiT up to $7,0i)tl In town property (Income or residence). Good terms on ha lanca. J. U. Fmler, Hox O'l, Gen. o3 «'o. Kim. 28 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 28 WANTKU-We want property to sell; if worth the money wt* van move It. Secj our advertisements (torn day to day under "ll<;;tl Kmate for .Sale." It >our i.ropcrty were thus advertised, it would movo it, wouldn't it? Ulst with us on the Multiple Listing System of The Hutchinson Realtors Association, and get results. Coe* 1 ' 1 l°.? T ig2 n ^ 1 -?.'JtL':ovgi?.e"t _Co. ( Healtors. "ANTKli to buy "i : or cash— W-l aim 11)21 well eared for Ford cars. State low dnMnr and description In first I.ork UOK 'M.-t, ArJJjigtoft. Kan. W ANTl'iO— All .illldM Of H.HtNl [tlllU- lure; ono plo«*a or an Entire houseful. Crook Furniture ^cuaneo Co., phone 86. ' 29 WEARING APPAREL 29 Mrs. Ins Kites, phono 2728. 317 Kast Fourth. GIFT and Thrift Shop, U15 West 6th. Phone 17i.2\v\ WJNTElt la here. Get your coats, sweaters and dresses at 1107 West Mh St. Wo man's xclin u g e. IliOllKST prices for men's clothing and shoos, phone 11">S.I. 30 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 40 MUSICAL INTnUAnON^U^UNTH^ Vlctroia,. ?r>0; Columbia, 405; Jhuns- wiclt Conwole, JOS; Starr Piano, $i'Joi Hallf-lt ^ Davis, new piano, |ii2o. I-Iasy terms. I Ft A H A UG (•( - U*I UK V MUSK? J.JKPT PIANO for v. III;. II, west. WANTKU—To buy several used pianos for cash. ii. O. Philips, i'hone 31 HOUSEHOLD GOODS 31 GOOD soft coal heater, >1U. Phone •Ml tW or call at 410 Kast «, "APKX" fllectrlo washing machines nt one-half the retail dealer's price. They are to he seen and had at ulft Hutchinson Bonded Warehouse, 701 Kant Second Street. FOlt SAUK, cheap—Good tiarJanu coal range. 120 West B. Jfmsft Examination of any stova giving trouble. Will buy stoves and seconu- hand furniture. Stove repairing a niqclalty. Phone S37W FOR SALK—Largo size base-burner. 605 North Plum. Call 1992J FOU SALK—Large size Garland gas heater including brlcketts and plpo. Phono 370*1. • FOlt SALK—Walnut dining room set. Phone 3003; r»:t4 B East VUnSlTUllh; and stoves. Mb E. im». HIGHEST cash prices "paid lur ail kinds of used furniture. Nothing too good; nothing to poor. Crook Furnl- ture Exchange Co., phone 96 JUNIOR lamiw,- buffet mirrors and many other furniture novelties on our Xmas club plan. Harmon Furniture Co., 13 South Main. HOMEMADE comforts. Phone 2217. NEW and usi-d furniture and stows. Buck's now gas ranges S3S.8b. Urunawlck and Columbia phonographs. We buy and sell for cash or exchange. Wanted cabinets, buffets, duofolds and chairs. 202%' N. Maple. Hay Workman, phone r.SH and l!i74J. TRADE your old furniture for new. Phone Shaffers, 43n. SPINET desks, Xmas club plan, *22.i>0 up. The Harmon Furniture Co.. ia a. Main. HUGS, uny sine, any kind, Xmas rlun plan, U down, $1 per week. Harmon Furniture Co., 13 Smith Main. WANTED—FurnitUry, ruga, stoves; highest pr'ces. Johnson Furniture Co., Phono S04. 3 UAD1ANTF1UE gun heniera; regular price $30, now $22.G0. J. C. Penny Co. 32 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES 3* REPAIRED—KENTKD, BOUGHT—SOLO' COS N. Main Phono 7H. 34 FUEL & FEED 34 FOR SAUK—Sudan nnn mno hay. Farming ton Nurseries, phono llKii. 35 GOOD THINGS TO EAT 35 CHILE, Hot Tomalea. Xlambergers. The best in Hutchinson. Try them. C. and E. Lunch, 20-A East 1st. 1 one 312. FOR SALE—Stay men Winesap apples Phone 2J07J. J. W. Ploughe. iOOD homemade hiead; pumpkin and mince pfes; also cakes, j'hone GOOD home baking. Ph. 1MIJ, HOME-MADE Bread, cookies, divinity, mlnce-m "at. Phono 20Ui*-w. Mrs. Sherman Pioujrhe. 38 LIVE STOCK, SUPPLIES 38 COWS for sale; some fresh, otners fresh *noon. 2 Ayrshire bull calves. A. O. Frrinklln. lit. 5. F< 'it SAIJK—Nk*n young rriiisterect Holslein hull; 2 fresh cows and 2 young calves. W. R, Crow, 1^00 South Pop In r. FOlt SALE—Good fresh cow; cabinet vietroia. Call 2 blocks west and 2 north of Wells* store, South Hutchinson. TWO fine fresh milk cows for sale. 121 West 6th, phone 2H7S. 39 PUBLIC AUCTIONS 39 AUCTIONEER— Pete Powclsun, phone Midland hotel 04, Hutchinson. 1 can pb *Hj*p. you. MILK cow sale, Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 12:^u p.m., 3 "miles north of prctiy Prairie* 35 head of good milk cows, all good ages and good milkers from heavy springers. Others milking well. C. E. Sutton, owner. Davenport, aue- llom ei. EVERYBODY'S AUCTION Saturday, New. 20, 1:30 At l!l A West, Nice lino of household goods arm many other articles all ready listed. Bring anything you have to sell and I will turn It in to c«sh for you. i g<?H Shorthorn cattle for W. V. Jlun, 12 ml. northwest of Alva, Okht., Dec. 2; for the Fred Fulllngton estate, lu ml. north of Cherokee, Okla., Dec. 0. Shorthorn cattle and general farm sale. Pete powilson, auctioneer. 40 PET STOCK 4U DU. O. 11. MORGAN VETERINARIAN Specializing In dogs and cats. 121 East Fifteenth. Phone 'lii-i, FOlt SALK—Toy Boston Terrier pun": pics. Eligible to register. 701 Kast 7th. Phone 179B.1. 41 POULTRY 4 SUPPLIES *»1 ALL KINDS Live and Dressed Poultry HENN1NGSEN PRODUCE CO Phone 779. We deliver. POULTHY A SUPPLIES (Cont., | ^J^OS AND TRUCKS JCont.) BUE1J* Orpington and Leghorn hens. Phono 2S«3W. iron SALE—Pure bred Mammoth ttronxei Gold Bank stroln, prise winning turkeys. Mrs. E. J. Halier. Burrton. Kan., lit. 4. FOR SA LK—Buff*" Orp'itiy Lon pullets, pot-Uort'tfl. If. \>. Carlton. Sylvia, Ks. FOR SALK—Arlatocrnt dark barred Rock cockerels. 10. E. Brown. Norm Whiteside, Hutchinson, Knnp.is. FOR SA I *K—Some fine Burr Orpington ahd Buff Ruck Cockerels: a Pen of-about f-0 laying Rock hens. Sirs. Frlnln, Sittca, Kans. PUREBRED Rose Comb u d cockerels, t\ lo $3. Nelson Sm.tn, it. 6, Hutchinson; phone Harlow 703, 42 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE, trade or lease, Rood cafe doing nice business. Reason, other business, /.illnan's Cafe No. 1, Elkhart. Kan. FOlt KALE reasonable if taken at once—Small restauiant, IS B West. INVESTMENT—Offer JlO.uOO 'i'To preferred stock In amounts of $1,000 or more. Dividends payable seml-nnnual. ly. Estn bllshed concern. For furl her Information, address J-ll, care News- Herald. 45 MONEY TO LOAN 45 Plenty of ready money to buy, build, repair, or pay off present loan; will loan up to 60% of value, you pay back principal and Interest at $13.33 por month for each 11 ,000 borrowed; we want to talk with you about it. Coe- Thomson Improvement Co., Masonic BIdg.. Phnm* 7»2. v /S r f SAVINGS ®70.- CLUB On December 1 our six percent "Chrlsmtas Savings Club" will start. You should know the details about this plan. We will explain it thoroughly if you are Interested enough to phone 972. SsM Oy MM- Lost* & E. Carey, Pres. Uoyd Brown, Sec, CITY LOANS—Straight l6ans; Kcwlin Manning I^oan Co.. 11 \j N. Main. JOoo.OO PRIVATE money waiting for good loan on Hutchinson residence. AUo $1000 belonging to another party. Do you want It? Coe-Thomson Imp. Co., Re at 101». FARM LOANS H .OOii.OOO to loan nt »% nud low conimission. All central Krtnsas. Naw- 1 in-Mantling Loan Co., 11N. Main. 5% 6H% B% We represent loan companies with millions available to place on good Central Kansas farms, 1% with qiod- eiute commission, with small commission, or with no commission. Annual interest. Consult us now. THE COE-THOMSON IMPROVEMENT CO. Loons and Insurance. GET 7% on first mortgage real estate security, —ask McNaghten! 1st Nat'l Bid p. MONEY to loan, small amounts. Welfare Loan Co.. 15 1.4 North Main. .MONEY TO LOAN Improved city property or farms. —B5h McNaghten. b c ,'fi FARM loans. Anderson investment Co., Phono B3S. 27>? S. Main. 48 AUTOS AND TRUCKS 4tt ATT LOWER IPKEC1ES RI23 Chevrolet Coupe Studirbuker Special "0" Sedan 1^22 l'ord Totu-Jng-. winter en- oloauro 10^3 l-'ord Touring 11*20 Buick Touring 1521 Ford Roa<islcp lit 16 Four cyl. Stnricbalter llt'JO Jordan Touring Will Studebaker Big fi Touring- 53 Cadillac Touring. 1011* Marmon Sedan Studebnker Special Six Phone 4&0 110-112 W. Second BUICK 6 with n*\'.- hattery and in good running order: excellent tires; 511ft. This Is a real buy. Davis & Child, 2nd and Washington. FORD delivery body with top and curtntns, $25. Davis & Child, 2nd a nd Washingt TEN uspd Ford tourings. $2't to $100~ These cars are priced at winter prices; worth more In the.sprinp. Picu out one of these hnrpains. Wn will Rive terms. Davis & Child, 2nd ami Wa-shin^fon. YOUR choice of 3 Ford touring cars." S70. Horlcc-Fostpr Mnloi' Co. Do you know y..n ran buy a us-d car at Davis & Child's for only ?l» down, ha lance ensy payments? on« l-'oi-ft touring* 1H24 Olds sedan. Cliandler sport touring, 1020 Hup roadHtfr. CHALMERS Coupe for sale, cheap for cash, or will tradu for lota wol. located. Phono 32F2. . FORD .SEDAN, good merhnnlr.il con» ditlon; this car has received die beFt of care; will take $!0u down, balance terms. Davis &. Child, 1'utl and Wash- Ington. FORI > roads^r for wale. 112 East 15th. U1CO Speed "'Wagon, gonrl connuioi will sell cheap. Take Ford as pan payment^ S0( East 0th \ REFINlSHED Ford cou]«e In A-l mechanical condition; only ' takes $125 down payment to handle thin car, balance monthly or weekly pnymnnl. Daxifl A- Child, 2nd and Washington. NOW wreck.UK K-45~Bulck; 37 Olds- inobllp; Fords and others. A. K. Johnson, 15 South Washington. Ford Speedster Ford Sedan Dodge Touring 2 Ford tloartstcrs, starters 3 Ford Itoadsterfl, standard 2 Ford Tourings 2 Ford Tourings, starters 1 Ferd Coup© A big lot of other nmkM THE USED CAR MAKRET t 'hnlmer* Tourlns Hudson Spi-edater t>lds Tourlntf Ford Sedan Ford Coupe One light 6 Paige touting; an unusually good buy; $4it down, 11'^ per month. 1921 Ford coupe, 5 cord tires, $275. 1933 Tudor Ford sedan, looks like new, a real bargain, 1018 Buick S. This car Is a real buy; $75 down, $15 por month. Essex 4 coach, one of the good ones. Worth seeing. Two Dodge tourings st special prices. A good looking Oakland f, $50 down. A dozen Chevrolets priced to) sell quickly. A new 4-door Ford sedan with balloon tiros. Our cars are ao?d on on the easiest terms and lowo-st rate of interest. 11)24 Ford Coupe, I:>24 Ford Coupe J'.i22 Ford Coupe 1924 Chevrolet Coupe 1920 Buick 0 Touring 1 Phone 271. Open Evenings.and Sundays. 104-100-103 Second, west. 47 MOTOR SUPPLIES & REPAIRS WINTER gtssn tops for Fords. $26 and up; Ford tops $5; windshield $5; motor oil 00c gallon: good used lumber and some milk enns; Ford sedan and louring; one truck. 202^ North Maple. Hay Workman, phone 3841 or 1574.T. WE BUY and sell uaed Fords and parti, CLASS A GARAGE 20 West Sherman 50 ROOMS WITHOUT BOARD 50 Fl.-RNITUP^, Stoves, 118 East 10th. Foli RENT—Sleeping rooms in mortem home. RQ8 East Sherman. MODERN sleeping rooms. 2ii> East Sherman, MODERN sleeping rooms. 204 W. 5. MoDFltN HicrnliiK rooms. Ph. 2211J. MODERN sleeping rooms. Call 2443. ROOM In modern home; garage; gen- __t lemon only. Call 12*12. SLEEPING rooms. 24 East Third.. SLEEPING rooms. 213 West Fifth? SLEEPING rooms, 318 East U. SLEEPING ruotns, 3Uj East laT Breakfast If desired. Pnone 207J. SLEEPING room in modem home, 12 North Elm. Phone "H43.T. 2 NICK I A" furnished romus with bath. '300 West 1st. phone 175SJ. 51 ROOMS WITH BOARD 51 BOARD and room. 327 Sherman, east. Phone 1470. BOARD and room close In, Fifth Aveiuia Rooms, 23 West Fifth. MODERN furnished i-roont suite close In. Board if desired. 24 East Gth. Phone 37. ROOM and board. 24 East Third. 1:14South Main—Room and board, ?fi a wit, or rooms $2 a wk. Meals 2f>« 52 ROOMS FOR i»U HOUSEKEEPING ffjus^k^pm^^rTorn's G00 East 3rd. Call aftcr 0 p. m, FOR RENT—Two nicciy furnl«lie<i rooms tor light housekeeping, with haih: ani) W. 1st, piionn 17S8J. FOU RENT—Housekceplng'rooms. 19 East Fifth HOUSEKEEPING rooms. SOti W. 2nd LARC.10 fmnUlicd housekeeping room, ground floor. privat.* entrance, lights and >!as. 520 C. c-jist MOJ5ERN furnished light housekeep- tng rooms. r ,fli Kast C. 'J052.I. Nl-.'W tight housekeeping rooms; everything furnished. Phone 2725J. TWO i urnlshed housokeuplne rooms, $3 per week. 313 East B. 55 APARTMENTS FURNISHED 55 APARTMENT etose in. furnl.siied or nnfurnlshpfl. Phonf 2060W or 14S1. L'LRNISllEI.i apartment, modern, not water heat a rooms built-in features. Call 369, FURNISHED 3 room apartment, 64Ii E. Sherman. Call 2."R'.1. MODERN furnished apartment. 63U A K:ist. TWt.) room apartment duwti stairs, r.22 First, easL STItU'TLY nindern nrlvuie apt"'gftRlW FIVE-room modern house at 200 Wtrst 0th. Inquire at house FOR RENT— tj- room strlctlv modern house, 800 East 5th. Call 400. S« HOUSES UNFURNISHED 5b F TT I T ^'R^ENT^^ T V^ modern, Ufl 3, Poplar. Ph. 22F21. PAY off the loan on your home on easy monthly payments, —ask Mc- Naghien! First Nat'l, B'dg. THE owner of a beautiful Hyde Park hom« Is vacating and the ny 11' parties may rent his new nnd modern, home, or may securo a long tlitip lease If desired. The first floor Is em Irfty finished In onk with bi eaic- fast room *nd many built-in features. Tbo ui «Hlairs has oak floors and white tuaiiU'l woodwork; three sleeping rooms including a lnrge sunny room with fireplace, suitable for two beds, and a sleeping porch. There Is a full basement, fui nneo and fmll room. Stucco garage. Construction of tuts hnuso Is tile nnd stucco which make* very economical heating. Whoever rents Ihin ht?uno will get tha sort of a home that he would build for himself. The rent is very reasonable. Appointment to Hi' 1 housw may bo imide by phoning 2 IS".. SEVEN-room house, modern ex<:cpt heat. 821 N. Wnshlnqton. T'h. ft749W 5 ROOM house for rent, good location. modern except furnace; 3 room house, south part. Phone 22C6. HOUSES FURNISHED strictly modern, garage. Sherman, phone 24o2W. dome furnished, 820 East MY Furnished home cheap If taken at once. Phone 2O04W. ONE modern 3-room furnlsned cottage, also 3-mom modern furnished downstair apartment, 223 East 2nd. 2 -R.OOM lurnished house for rent. Phone 1474W, Inquire 310 W. 2nd. 99 BUSINESS PLACES FOR B9 r RENT V66RRENT ---Good business'lociitioh; gtound floor, Main St. Ph. 8484. B3 BUSINESS PROHERTV b3 FOR RENT—Room 25x125 ft., 419 S. Main. Inquire at 417 H. Main. 64 HOUSES FOR SALE Oood location-—Perfect Condition Low Taxes—Paved Street Thl» 5 room modern except heat bungalow home Is priced below Its real value for a short time. It does not cost anything to investigate this exceptional home buy. HOME LOCATION A beautiful Crescent Park location. Owner will exchange for real eatara mortgage or good real estate contract. Insuror—Lloyd Brown—Realtor Salesmen," Sanders, Schoonover, Buehannn. A HARE $3150.00 5 Rooms SRICTLY MODERN, in -good condition, garage, 47</2 feet of ground, 3 blocks from Main Street. Close to school, low taxes, J. H. REALTORS Phons 222«. 4 B. Sherman. Wo have a 8 room, Z story, all modern but furnace, basement, homo located near the now Lincoln school. This place was just recently newly decorated, bathroom fixtures second to none, hundreds of d"hars worth fo fimj new chicken hotises and brooder house. Will soil to uond party on moiuhly payments with a payment of only $100 or 1C$H down. Have established grocery to trade for north end residence. Fur.iMhed 8 room house to rent, |40. LAME^RN-MAYFIELD CO., Realtor*. Phono 17S5. 3 North Mam, ¥2nc» lBfiMtiofel] H3®iEii© Located in Hyde Path, one bldCK from Main, practically new. \s prictMt below its ynlue. six nlco comtartabio room* oak finish downstairs,* oak floors upstairs and down. Largo living ronm, fireplace, rnsement window.-, built i nhiirhen, /nil biK -jement, floor drain, and many other conveniences. This Is one of the finest corner locution*. In llw. city. Vrlco Call us for full particulars. Eas -^BifiiB ©an East ISftlki ThU Is real. -A flm.' two htory stv.ui roi»n house. Htrh'ily modern, well ron- HtriK'ti -d, built only a f'.w yearn. Kin- Ished in oak timi cnani'-l. <>\\ncr ts havlnK city, and bus cut the rii'loo to make It a t <:illy aUruetivn bargain. Let us .show you this fine bom.- rnr 45,000. Itcaltors. First and Main. $3 hunffah'jw,. Ltvinir room ox tends nil t (it- way across tho front, has fireplace, oak floors in two rooms, double floors all over the Inm^o. Huili-in Kitcni'-i ft-atures, bu-nkfnat nook. GuraKu aim chicken house. Price Cl.utio. No. Ktve room thoiotiphly modern bungalow, full bawem-.-nt. liurlanl furnnct 1 . hot and cold vvat^r lu o;.«e- m-'nt. This is a v al buy at J'J.-U'J, 4'iWt down, KcnD^ Ir/^Qaeirs l^iesilltoirs Phr-ne fvmiuB.s RCVW. 207 First Nat'l Rank Ridj;. WINTE COATS AND DRESSES Ladies' New Winter Coats $10.75, $11.50, $12.50, $16.50 to $27:50. New Winter Dresses A Group of These Dresses are Priced $4.75—$5.75—$6.7 5--$ 10.75 LITTLE GIRLS' WINTER COATS, 3 to 14, $4.50, $7.50, $10.75, $12.50. LITTLE GIRLS' WOOL DRESSES, 6 to 14, $3.50, $3.75, $4.75. $5.75. Men i Shoe* Boys' Suits Men's Oxfords Boys'Caps Men's Hats Boys' Pants Men's Pants Scout Shoes Odd Coats Dress Shoes Now Is the Time to Get Your Gifts for Christmas ON EASY PAYMENTS COMER COMMERCE CO. 17-19 North Walnut Street Ladies' Blouses Ladies' Petties Ladies' Bloomers Ladies' Oxfords Ladies' Slippers HOUSES FOR SALE (Cont.) BiralbiHi B » Sjp>a<c5*]Iis 1—7 Aoroi newly Improved, very close In on 4th street road; largo basement, semi-modern, liberal terms. A real Xmas present. Start the year right. 2—Strictly modorn 3 -*tnry hem« close to northslcle and hfffh school, full basement, fireplace. sleeping noreh, garage. Ml for $3,750, y^h\) cash to handle. No trades, 3 —North Main street home, S bedrooms plus sleeping porch. Consider cottage as part pay. Liberal terms. A real beauty. 4—A business building netting 7% to buyer. Clot's to business center. Owner non-resident. A tltin lnvt'st- numt. 5—i Rooms and bath at »17 7tn Kast. Elcyant shade and hnvn. JSasy terms, nttEHM REALTY CO. No. 1 9 East Sherman. Phone $3,500 4 Booms, hath, basement, garage, northwest part, $600 ca.ih. r>Ht front lot North Poplar, HUXHSM. f>et with double garage, Will take Ford con no as part. A. A. MILLER, UK ALTO K 10 Sherman K. Phone ijswo. FARMS FOR SALE (Cont.) (Cont.) FOU SALE—Imnroved 180 adjoining school, 7 miles town, «-orth l «,i 'UU, quick sale $o,t>00, ternw $4,000. John nauor. nunlott. Kanaap. FAK.li for saJ.^-^So^a^l| w^st Hvl* •.;»••. two six, S 19.000. $to,in>i] cash, V.'" 1 ' : 1 J'Oftrs 6%. j. ri. iiohe, bW, S. A rd inure,.Los Aiiff^ha, CAUI. IMl'ROVKD farm, I'!*>?FVT<V"TTUFR «hln- •on, money .making Investment. T'lionw ;c>.i. Twenty-two acres welt fmprove*!, 1» In alfalfa, cut fi times this year. Right blocks west ot courthouse, Sbguu. X. il Ohllmn). r ;3a AcllKS grHln; stuck; large' MinHy house; ;i barns; $i»0 stln now reduced fo Jiio. Half cash. W. A. Stprgeon, Lamed. Knim. REAL ESTATE UB EXCHANGES FOR SALK at bargain—217 i' 1 Kast and 301 D East. Write Box 2^. Oencaeo. Ktin. LOW rate loan** on Mistiness property. _ McNoghtenl i:.t NV.fl BUg. WK want realdenco" loans, straight or monthly payments, aak MoNaghten: 16-Year city loans. —McNaKhtcn' 66 FARMS FOR SALE 00 BTOCK X^AUM V'OR SALU JiOcaft 'd in Oreenwctd fiuniy. Kansas, leaded for This faint la about four mil' 1 -, east of Severy, Kansas, un** mile fmrn station, about 12 mlbi* from the 125-barrel well jnet I.Touynt. tn northwest of Fall Riv»i\ Kansas. This well Is only feet rteep. 'i'h«r*> Is oil on Hil.i f:irni at around 1,'.!00 fe«-*t: bfe.n drilled on nue t'.-st f>n tlif> norm* wv.il fj' and KOt umall wtdl and drillod on down \u 2f*0i) and struck suit water and plutiw -Ml It up. 'the well at 1-00 feet wi " '. . •• been a commecrlal wiill if :\<.< (.!•(•' i uny farther. Th* * . ^e n -H-A y of M-0 year goon with (h« land :. nd une thlrty-eecon-l of rojvtUy. This is one of the best ptock farms in th» county. There Is about SO acres of rich black land on creek bottom a haul 60 acres of limber along creek- ,U M '.i >s pl*nty of water tn creek. Tlinbef it oak, hickory, walnut, elm. Some - J «w timber; plenty oC hedge for po*t,s, largo barn, large house, hoj; lots fenced, grass land, some bluffs alone creek bottom but up over tha Id tiffs, land lays very good. There i» It" acres altogetlu-r !u farm land and «17 acres jji tho whole farm. Thuiij la a ,1 film Stock Land Rank loan of $3,IflQ on tht* farm. This loan never cornea duo. Tim regular p-».y- me 11 is of 5 2 S7 twice o.ach year nays off the loan in «> more pevmonts. The tux".-* \wro $10fi for l:^t. rn*i assiH .Hrd v.-Wii.' is $y,!»3» a n>l Hie UULU 'appi'athc- d value In 1112:1 was $1.1100, You enn buy thU fnr -?I nn<\ assume tl:« loan for J7 ..VI <•_ j' • • tease nnun-y will pay half of ur ••- i;ixea and if nil should make • f S-b— Addrc«.s owner, Rox 1.1'., ArL -'-.-ta. Kan.'-as. 68 ••Jit ftcr*- ; Joining city limits of NUk- LI'SUU, t -i :n cultivation, eome alfalfa anil nv. .-i clover, fruit trt'ea. 6 room hmift's \,.-\\ bath, they have c\\y water and electric tights; burn is old. Trice $U»,0On p will trade for inoru acpea, Un* pnivuil, at $10,0P>) or U-BM. Warren all in tvultlvailon. 4 nr *> acies good poet timber, cln-ie to Sylvia, lie no Co. Want to trade fur mnall cottage. In Hutchinson. ' UP) acres good levl land, close to Copeland. Want to trade tor 5 room oottage In Hutchinson. M0 acres about B fnf. of AJclen, KIc« OP., a good all purpose farm with .is-mull improvenienra, wsnt small tract ou-m to good school town. •t40 acres eloso to Pennlosa, unimproved. Want place close to high ..j-hrioi. Niaional. Vhone 32T\ l*ive room Orejicent Tark bungalow, oak floor*, nundy new, strictly modern, a beautiful place. Desirable lots taken in exchange. Six room new bungalow, beautiful and ftubstantlftl, every convenience. Will take good building sito or cottage In exejiange. WILL SLLL or trad.*, a room bungalow, CrescPnt Park. California fea- tureB. 4 .'oons Real Kstate. nhorm , I'hofui MM_ ~WW TED TO BU) A 12-f)L'A ( 11^ Wjm'he.riter pump gun. humm 'Tb '.vi pi'-ri-rrfd; must, be WAN*f\-;b io iiiTy-'r,,HrTTH ,;und ":naM i;nd»'i-woiid typfwriter. Rbotio ;jb74J. Y PAY There IB no ono Belling automobile insurant •<-. m a rolialilc comiiany a( a i :1u !.i|»oi' rato Hum I do. My cunipniiy writes a atumlnnl policy, Hiv«» all Itlnil ol cm'i .TBgu on ono policy If IIOBIIRII. In* ••lalms prntniitly. WIIMII yn-ir present automobile Insurance expifx m" roaew it, or allow mu 1.0 write tfv nsurancfl on that new cm. Vnr Kent--; lujn'shfii bon.os. on« five ronni and one six rmu- botli morlern. and fnrttrfor, 12 Pit st Shtirmn:* Si;-oi-t. v/r 5f> yt'ara in liutohinsnn. FKANK PJLE. Mar. Real Estat* Phone 3103—Aftfr S p. m. phone 123. •35 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS—The Stomach Is Stronger Than the Mind. By Blosser /r " 8oy/1 ATE S'AU;^^ VESTERDAV THAT I WEMV I "WAT A1MT ..TSLSEP ONTK'FLoca ^"•'^W \UC\£Z OP TILL T'DAV. mil \. MI I Aw <f 'wAw -v«e DON'T VIASJT M/TUIN' j TO EAT!! SE-S-VM6 D'CIDED MoT T EAT A VHEEVC.! I 'M ^riuu FU-L FROM L-ffifflffW*}. NESTERDAV— Ba*^*i ^o,vsr EAT s ; / s ' MJTHIW TILL. ' " S&METIMG , . . AlEy-T UE&li! j^f S6OQ0 o FEW MOOBS - LAT6B. P-M To BS EXACT. MOW,FBECHLES K I ME DID? yjEli. SAID |E wrTLKT SEE UTEElji oONNAEATA^AWNS | > ~ TILL MEXT WEEVi SOMETIME!

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