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IPACIE tticinr. THE HUTCfiTNSON NEWS. FttiDAY, SEPTEMBEU 20, .1918. Qassiii!ii@dl AdL CLAFKII-IKT ) APViinTtPUKJ RATH 1 li.VK Cl.ST A WntlD EACH lNSF.lt- ' TlnN. Abbrcvlali"iui mid »crles of In 1 It.als or numerals count 051 one word, ' 1 nder this plan classified advertisers 1 i-.ni tell In advance the enact cost or 1 llielr ail. News clanslflotl ad* are ' tuki'ii by (ilinni' for ynur nn-omitU'drt- 1 ion, ami all bill* am due and payable 1 tin* day roil,.wine, tho date of Inser- 1 (.an. Vi'u ran assist u.i materially If ' >-->u pa> tin' collector promptly ou pre» Selitallon uf statemenL • • » » » A SI, I 11 •:. -I ic M • -1 II M 0 .1 s:i -1 M>:>it.-y 1 MM t I'M 1 K 8.1- -2 .^'.t : •I- s:i 1 v vs...* X « I - - 1 WANTED—MALE HELP. W.INTW' A .-•any II!',. I. I Mt Ml. IS the an.l Ve-htia-. St.-a, t-rn fi'llpim-m mill A.hltvi's "II" I'ltv M.-UIH.1.S. looker: rinr. who AUTOMOBILtS. SECOND-HAND Hutchinson la the toclcil ntvttt for aecond-hand automobile*. Prospective buyer* should watch tbbi column for pom* plete lint of bargain*. 110 Sherman Kast Phoue 457 Cheapest place in town to buy your parts. Cash paid for old cars. 17-tf Has five large rdoms. oak Honrs In llvinp. room anil dining room, two clothes closets and linen closet, basement. go:nt llfihi rixlurcs, ijeoil sliailv, close In, owner leaving city anil has priced this property lor quirk sale, $3109.00. —ask M<cNAOTTEN8 Phono 15. lBTOaMLOWS Fix rodTns. slopltiff l-oroh. I'.i hlocka fr*-m Main street, miith part of cily; oak rioors; built in riibipfi; lurg-e t«ifliMiu*iit; furmuc- » Six ttH.tns; sWvpiiiif porrh; lia.st nth, furtw.ee; littpc bnflpmctu. JSJJO. Klv«> runin*, Krt-ni nth Mtt'Ct; furnace; all nlvc Inrgi* rooms. Kivt- rooms, Kast Uth; it»k floors; funiaur: basetm*nt under entire house.; (fur* aye. it mt ni flout: ftont dri\e -$UJ0u. Six rooms; rurmu'f, Kust Uth-$350O. ASK KOIl SALE. One l'.eo Truck chasls, In first-closa onuilton; four practically new cusine .3 and lubes. Anyone wauling; a tiuek chasis i.iliuu; uf mi'tiiyiiii'nt Mod:, c.."<l mniortunlty. No. 2i>l, Arkansas Ifc-Ut l.oiolti.a I CIUJ savi' jnui,e> by looking this up. Three 1 'IIINTITlt W.VNTF.I'--<''«uUlnation nia- ,-Mne anil ""or timn Write today, pie-t. i'roKrtinii. Kari>\ .('-^t llt.Ai'KSMlTII- 11 L.art'. Jt; to t* l^i!lllWi«nt, Kan. IIKI oil around man at j>r day. F. V. Slalil, ^7-tf f'AIll'KNTl'MJS ai»l lab"rt.rs wanted at OIIII '. Applv at N«'w lt.no Klour Mllla. Atv II i:a.-l. • k '' c ' WAN'TKIi ..-Cblck.n pkkiiri. Apply Frod llarwiy l'rodtlcu IU'liaruiu'lil, Newton, \V\NT10D--Cooper; utendy work; apply IJ.irtun Salt Co. plant or down town WANTKli -13'iy between lC and 1H; apply In person. Model Steam Ijaundryv W \N'l'i:i»~ Hi'll boy. board and room- \pply I.'".'' Manaiier. Harvey House. 11-lot \\ ANTI-'il • •:. l-'ii-t 1 it'iivervin.iii fur FoM. l/'Wi." quarter tun Hlze. 3 -tf Hterlim;. Kan. 1 >VuOol 10 ltuii'k r^ulster JUKI »ver- haulul. Kxctllfiit rimniuff shape, $175.00; Hilt Ford; i».i sliapt 1 ; r« pain ted. Sev- eval VJ itl Aiiix wol lluuring, overhauled. All biirguuijt. I 't'tut! In aiid look Uwm ovu. iniMfoward .Motor Co. l«-"t 1 MiHiul 10 I^ulck rottdsler just overhaul f-O. 10\colU-!il running shape, Several liflfl MaAH'cll tuuriitg, overlmuliKt, All bui-galiu*. t'omo in and look thotn uvor. illil-Jloward Motor Co. W--t COLE mm Looks aiid runs like new; ont-hiUf uciUiU vaiuc; phone ' offerod at so. tr I-Vli SAI.K---2 MiMiel 'i~ Hudson touting car, lully evtulppeu; 4 new Kelly Sprius- fiekl oasiiiK*" and tubes, 1 exira svt cad- IriKs. Taylor Motor Co. i /-10t C'JOL* J'\)l:L>—I-'or pale ehestp; in good conUiUoii wilii tthot-k absorber. Kor this week tnu>. Inquire at T2g, i liust after a p. tu. IS- It I't'U sALl-:--l l .m Kord louring i*ar with Hi ibct» trufk utuwlmiuiil, albo I'*otM {freetry dciivei> car, 1S17. address C-8l> eat>- of Ni'ws. 17-tf \ .MTKIl-'ionll l.um-li N". 1. I 'Vlll SAL1 r\iider»«h'» i »a b-»d> W.WTK1 » Man til'-J W >•>! Till. some plowing 1S--J0 aiu.-r ti p.m. il'!7 1-uid ruadstei with t*x- u ilciit'-'Ulilabie rini.-.; -t liit.- t«iJ^\V. Call at nooii ur WANTi;i'--|VTUr. HilMiowTird Motnr KuU SAl.li i'JlS liuick big iix, almost new .M.tilH,-ll iiood m> iif.\ Lie iron Klfctriv Cur i.:o . ii Wuiiuu . t'm'Ue .:s-i. i--u WANTED—FEMALE HELP. CIVIL I J'iiori KAIJI A 'l'UHii ^ f Vii>n,i>> .'•ui'vji.'fd on repair work. O. 1C 1'('\'1C1'' lOXA.MlNATK'N.S—: Auto itadi.ttor Co., li Souili w'a^n-uKlon ,-n> nctubfr oih. ' r ^.Ouo wm»*n cl.-i Ki* 'in hi- ai>point.'d ;\l Wa-HtnuKl'ii. hai.n , i K\p'-il<iu(r nmn-.e^ao Wtnii* n d.-sii in£ «o\ .-nun'-nt position, v.i\\-- lot irrr patticu'a. f, It. C T ilnii,.« r "Mvil ServiL-e i:\aniini-fj VUtT. cl»:n.<-u: lo buy at u Lai gain, il (* lt , I tu K iH* hoon, lu-u or r'oid, II* mouer. Sv&i' I}" KoOd as iiwiV. t-*tiont* Hill, 10-t[ • •i » . • "itMiiititiif ^••KhirtrUm I » ,tJ l» SAL.K—.New Auto Tire tubui, a0 per CuJmnh.in in.tidnm. \ : ^ hil ± lL,l ± _ 10 cvllt vtL Aijyl.A-^i iinaimor Shop, 11, vT \NTI l> lloust-keoper, mUldle ng-wl j Sui |_ Ul J'' ^''^ ^ui.i..;. W »ll,..ot in.un.tou.ic^ '-'j;;!,.;;" 1 U AU -; A ~l"Nl-SlJdebaker litfhl four. 5 "pii&- j 3 . t I >el.utr. t""d .oljUltlon. ru l.-i \\ A N nulio ' ItlillnUM' .U'tliUlal.'-: t;.i-i ail utl'.i l: il sti'tiofrr.ii'hrr. I-I'ly luel lid- mil 1'opl.tr iy-'.l > NVl'll '-".Middle, usi.l Iwly fur ireliei al miNii ,i K nu ua-'bin^ I 'llolii- lj|l,J .all T1-: 0 .-..."I. M'M Wliorl.l-, I'-i l-;^' lla^'t lOUitll. Oall iiiornitigs. IS-it FOR SALE— MISC1LUANBOU* F()lt JJAI.I-J- llolaleln lieirors. pure- bn.l ui'd n-Bimeied. r,0 very blfb crade, bci'.iillfullv marked . Many will rrertlien sm-ii. Will fell (lioice, as many as you waul, lvlny o ftbo I'ontlacs and King Setis I'unliar. breeding. None betlei. K. I. ..Martin. 10-1U! Full . VAI.IV-HIU , trlpte effort pu heal- Irur stove, one Uesnor Has stuve. one s-tusiae iK.bstal dlntnff table; Olio euntbl- ntLtlon bliflet and china closet. ll:'.t West litli. I'hono 34i\V. aO-Jl IIiltflilr.Bon Tyflcwntrr Co. ROY.'.Li TYI'F.WlUTtSltS HarKain.s ih Jtc-built Macblnes. 807 I!orabau*h- Wiley Jildg. 1 'bone 0S0. 13-tl SECOND-HANO tires and lubes, all sizes. Wo buy old casings. For guaranteed reiuUr work see ufl. .Mid-State .Motor Tire Co , opposite Missouri l'aciflo depot. »-u* STEAM BOHJ5R. We have a low- pressure boiler Tor steam heating plant, will be eotd at a very low insure. See It at News olltce. FOB SALIC—CITY PROPERTY. l*iu*t 12th St., 0 r»um .s sleeping: poriMi. furnace, basentetit under entire house, nice lawn, back yard fenced, l'l'ict* J:ILUI). Owner Jflttvlnt city Calf U. U. WooUarU, 1'hutie l <i?4. TWO UAKUA1XS. 7 room house eiowe in* moJem except furnace, J':"t)o.0O. u ropm modern except furnace. e°»>d locution on tith 1'^tat, for quifk sale 5^-iO.O*J. Make our wimts known to the SI {INKY KKA1.TY Cl.'. 127U N. Maiti I'hone 1S9 KG 11 HWA'l UT UWNI'Ul-5 room completely niodern IIOK.SC ; stone Karate .at a bargain. West t2th«stteei. It not sold IMS week it will he oif the market und will be fur-rent. Call L)r. Johnson, ^30ti. lillCliLt I*'or ipjlck side cash or tertna, K &th, & juoin huuye and two lots, windmill, uuru£e, cement wulks, good chicken pen and cave. Inquire jf 1*. M, Shaffer. 500 West C. li-tt VOR SAI-iE—Cheap, S- pa«<<enff«r touring car; electric light starter ;in good condition. Knquire room 6 Central HJnk bide or 314 A west. 20-'i3 I'OU —A three room rc^ldeneo KOU rfAl.K—About 3W0 feet ot hard! with eK-cttJc light and water on liiat maple floor.ng. has been used In skat- A; prlco f »U0j will take u car as pur ins rink. In fiuod conditiou. Address j l»ay. Call J-frJ. t ..0-21 C-*i cart- of .News, * 17-tr • : , " . , . I >*i'iNV modern 7 room home, wetf built, .SAl.K-My Poland China herd boar | fire place, oa^ nuish^ _»|«eplng JKHVII ai >o "i iotVtffxi"bull" "<"a'U 1U" months old.' two baths .\V. J- Tuwiweixi.iO* ath W. GuodenouBli, i'artrWffe, KaiiR, Ar- ; 1'hone U-ii Cliu: llngion phone KOli SAI.K—H'.Mi bahy carriage, has bit:it usetl vtriy Ultle. A bflJ-Butu for anyone desirin«. 614 K -ItU street or;' phono ltOdW. 19--1 1 I'Ol't SA1^& 3U west 14th, St. new five room house, $at'i) cash", balance monthly. —Ask MeNaghten. Phone 15. 26-tf. 12 t-oom. KOit SAI..K—One coal rauffe and one dres-er, both lik<; new; uiao kitchen I otliintt and foot rubber hose. 313 3 FOR SAl^—t. Uoom \yo*i B. 19 • Shousr.<.s, one six room, one Call _'.»I il west Or Phono tl-tr modern house, nearly new, Kaxl Seventh- Teiephofie 16111. 5-t.r FOK yAI*K-One apoited Poland China I ,„.„,,,, . im\\f hoe, •> ealvts, one imt'oe pill to jroit bA .i! ... lunuw hoin. Hoy -Shrive, phon e H59. i S.xla Ash at a bargain. Apply UU.1M IMK SAI-K—Cheap, & h. p. 2 phase electric motor almost new; also leather belting. Smith Junk Yard. 17-at bi:COM> HAND Cars for miK: orNiade, (.ash or pa} iiiLius at t_ &. I', dii a^e. 2o \\ e»t -J.d • l--- u KOH SAI-K—N"'w Home sewlnc machine used thret- months; naif prlee; ai^o yood rilncer, 5l/U -N'. Main. 20-31 FOII riAbll —Jonathan apples. Donnell or< liaid, thrtfK-iiUarter mile south re- lonnatory. W. Ballinger. IKj-ij hoiiSfwrU IT. IMiune ll»-Jl I for ltou.se i Foil HA l-i:- T pat+seiiyer c:»r; hke new, will tnuh- lor roadster. Call P<tH \N. FOli riAl.K -Hii>iie_ ioupc, your chance to buy at baiyaiti if tah«-n at once. 5U'J First i_a_l. lT-it -. ,.erP b.U(, r aiii FOll SALB—Cheap, 10 H. P. Interna- tio.ml tntriue if 10v.00, IC. N. Mart, It. F . IJ ., No. 1 .city. Fr-.Sa.l'J -tr FOIL SAbI*3—Offh-e chairs and table cheap. Hardwood. Second floor Hunker bulUliitir. - lS - 3t -Four room house two blocks ^;i-2i FOH. PAUE—Kight-room modern house, J2.&00; 120 Fifth West. o-tt FOR SALE OR TRADE. FOR SAl—i OH TUADK. LAND HAUGAIN. 331 acres good wheat land of sate at $10 per acre Under the market- or would trade and take In stock of merchandise in _rood location,' loca,t<U .3 jnies north and l mlla west ot Spearvliie, Ford Co.', Kans. Call or wrltj owner G. It. Jojuison bpean-illo ,1-ouisas. 1-tr. t room modern Piteept furnneo, close to llgh School; nice lawn and shade. Very nice, house nnd (food investment for ft rc-ntnl property. Price only tlC00.no. The location fa worth the money naked. fi room house on Kap.t 7th. JliOO.Oft, 5 room house on F-LPI sth. Ughta, gas. fewrr urn! water In yard, extra large l«t, Prh.r $_150, Will give lerinft. tU'Od corner. X blocks of Main In center or inwn. 1 room house, 1)»hdy loeaIlou for ah apartment house . 1 rice only $2500, Vi cash. 2 II"on) hou.'e on Kw*l F, 2 loin, price $fi50.- \ViIt pay 15 pr»r cent rental. Tm mi $I.'J 0 down, bal $10,0'J per inn. wthout th- lertsl . ft room hou!>e modern except furnace, on lUwi 7th $2,r«HVt)U, Thin will pay 12 per cent rental. t"i»0 cash, bal, $lS.t)0 per mo»l)>, First National Bank Qldg. l-'olt S A I J K-~ l i> 17 six cyllndor 11iiK-.ULi4c.il combination. [•'Oil SAI-K—A fff*od typewriter in per| let-1 condition- Call evetiiims, ^13 l--ast ;.tr-» U street • FOUl' HPF.Kl »STKit for s.iie. See Clau•-011 at tin* Hutchinson lietining; Co^ Tol'JtINO Apply at "W A NT Ft »- 1-oly U.:w^ :'2 Fust W A NT F.l.>-<Uiis; Swift ^; CO. WANTI*il» -Hou^ 1:1 call C.\II —For guh-k _ale. 2'J W ytii street, li-tf Full .SALI-; - S.i \ui> ruadste-r in good condition. Apply liWi Ka»t 71ii. 1S-21 work, _uod pay. lO-iVl .Sl -VKN pa£Sei,Kt:r Studebaker; first CUL.SH condition; i.iicup, phone 781 20-21 Apply at 71' ' i 'OK SAJ-J-; - C-LOJ & paris>-jjger car. Phone Ubli or -'JiJT alter 0 p. 111. 1B-11 FOlt SALF OR TU.VUK-One of the best coiUtct.onaries in Hutchinson. l->tab- Ifshed under tho same management tor the past lo years, F.a>y payments. Will pa> to investigate . phone 2MMV or adr dreds M. U ill Wtst 10th street.. js-3t FOlt KAliK, KENT or Trade—7-room house, No. 16 Twelfth west; newly pamiod, papered and revarnt^lied; niou- tru except furnace. See or phone Carl Nelson, b27 South Main. a -tr Foit SAM*;—20 head Jlolst*-in cows; some trewti and some coming fie-sh. Phone; • 1- 14-tf j (.-(jit SALK or" Excharuxe—»7 nunn bungalow on 11th St. Sell on easy terms or will consider auto,lots, or small pitp- erty as lirst liaymeiit. i^asy term*>, "fi balance. Phone 1G74. 13-tt FOH SA1»—Uwlles** suit, coat and dre.ss; ;U1 size »0 . Phon« 102.!. 2:, G litst. 20-It WOUUSTAU- typ*•writer, new modtl, No. u Fhoiie 3XJ ot *1SJ3 after 7--0 p, m- ZO-^t Foil SAL.F—Canary birds; have a e;><ra fine siujieis left. No. i*. 7th \V A NT KU —Fxptrienced waitress. Hotel. I'Ull SALF. Touring car. 1 ide liattery Slutiou. Kn-iulre I'lx- IB-ti TAIII.K K''.-* wai *\VANTI-:ii •l»lH)n\a.-h--r A. A. lirug Ci tiTFUWhAJUCIl Truck for talu or trade, I chcitp. 2ia v F. 10-til .tt 11') tndyUind. A l-ast. 2U-^t \\ \NTi:0 'Urts POSITION WANTED—MALE. Vol' X' i nian « HI i FOJi SA1-1-; Fold :oa*L->lei' just )tlm new; I phone 3:iiT\V. 17-51 Full SAU: i uo; lotii M llo 11 ci! cla,--siiit:ati(in A i11 i-eilabi- Itrm; » geneiai ulfl-c t-x pciicnct'; , .1 but U(-•• ii uliaiige. Ail- IJ-.x JMl, l(i-tf FtJlt SAld'l—Fold delivery Si:v til. Foid with delivery body body. 13-tl F 17 :t. \ pla.- . I.»r boa W. si .-.her !• Job "li • b>- [,o.v* IH years <,id rd and go lo school, n.m iy.;u la; in by month with .•l.ilt e Till, i |-'„l^t.2u-:M t'UHh '1'ouriin car, 1)7 South Main, i'J-ut FOU BAUh. - Fo.-d.-f. McVey Uvery. » U FOR BENT—FURNISHED ROOM». i'OK UfONT -l-'iirt cliuvi rouin in modern home e-u:-'- in; liouic pu\ii-ifea and ti-asonable rent lo right puity; tady pie- fVltrd. Phone tiJO. iti-ti _l;5iNCSS OPPORTUNITY, »omti'g \ I.K i:> talu-n .1 ill Alain. I.nm-v at a b;-u See uun.r a I 12 U-21 J'Olt KKNT V e.i y det-U alile looms Willi board; single 01 eii suite, L'4 Fast rilxtb; ' \ nop,,, a7, a -n Fin; ?.l l.l 1 ,t ». : T ll c.'i h'liO]» .:ail VFKY lt-'-sliable lurnisluHi room [or _en- ttuman at 11 lXi.it titli. Phoiie Hf.tJ. Ko'-l" | N . f '?" ll i Fl'ltNLSHKO UOOM Modern home, cU>Ue ; in; alto e.arugc; phono MiiCW. 1 .-it model U, t I1KST ! heul- .-ant.1 IV ilepot ami Mi. aescnptlon.1 ^ , looms, stil.'lly l..iat illi. 2l[j Sliei-nian easl. H-tl >:--T \,t., .||||o> .1.1 SI. i-oal in. 1 til'U Kant STRAY ED. MiipFltN Fuimailed Itooms lor rent ati3 I A I^a--it. tf Sl.KHl'l.NU room, ltll,;j. S'lll\vi;ii l''roin i::<i:l No. alalu, lurht Mine) n.are wllb i-ltorl tall; had halter ..11, |,u<lvr call f.UlJ. 2t»-tf WANTED—TO RENT. WANTFI" 'IH l;i ;\'r-. Modern 6 or li roo.11 li'iu-'-e: two 111 fuiiily; referenees pie,11 ''.ill .;il-J. 10--1 WAJiWl TU ItJ'NT" iniKtetll .oltage .lose two adults, J'hone 4es 18-.it WANTKli Til llou.'-e. Adilr..i.'i IIKST-A 3 or 4 loom A, .are of Nuw-s. JC-^I NOTICE—M ISC e ^LANKOUS. FtSip^AiiiBiliifflg I'lione HIW. 11. IS 1 -mMurrHL, Id-lit Kli'll .si HI, von l.AW.NS—lUcli soli freo In' l'Mi'.U'». uoulh end v( <U*)p»g9 canal u.i I'ny K.i'Kiiww. H -tH (' li . IAMKS , coniraoior and' builder, r,...- . and upeclflcull^n (umisheU. , l-hi.i, -j\ iti. tt. i.1-; \, • '. .-re ;•_'<! ciitt'-'. lou.ovfid tree of '. '.',i. • .*,-'. VU M: 5 »iW. W. A- «•»: il<) N. Walnut, phone I'J-CC • Houius. KUiis, His First Knst. 4-11 LIOHT HOUSCKEEPINO ROOMS. FtJlt HKNT Two ll^bt lioUaekeoplnB rooms bloelt Ir.nu car line, t 'hone •iii'Jl ur cull m W li. 2 NICK1.Y furnlsheil lluhthousekeeplllg rooms, 1 'Uouy liOllJ uftei (i o'clock. No I'hllillvu. - ta -2l FUH HICNT'—l''our conueetlinj housekeep- Int; rooiim; uioduru. No. fl 7th east. 20-51 FOlt lUiST-Moiloru houseKeepiUe rooms 31)11 2nd west. 17-11. BL'JTIS—O! I'tilit hi>ll»ekoe|iJn)f ruuma. pliouo Hit 1 .. IB-til ~ TO TRAD |[r~ TO trade Five room house In Furtridice 1J0 uA-rcs western uuul tor llutcidnsun property. —Ask- MeNuKhten. Phone 16. 26-tt. l-'OH THAI 'iK -Colorado iioiato land for btoek of tfroeerles or good auto. See Q. W. Alfor4; phone 1»21 B-U \YANTt)U—To Uade good five pasaenser cur tor Jut in uotUi eutl. Fhouo 1386 or - J - - few e:ist. 20-51 FOlt SAI.l-;—One horse A'un Urunt train dull, llulchuison liiipletiient Co. ly-tf FOK SAL.E OR THADB—8-room seml- mctdein cottage, doublo farute olue grass lawn, stiade tree tiO ft. Iront, will consider lunaller property und difference. Phone 1012. ti-.f. FOlt SAI.10 OK THAOK—Bulck five uas- Heniier In fitst-clasa conditiou; will consider dlanion.ls as part or all; call phone 1532W or 11 South Walnut. 7-tr ].'cilt SAl.l'l—Team burses. Call 1'arker shuvrs, Fair grounds. l-'Oll .SA1,JC—Three cows and three heifers Inquire SIS North Walnut. lti-St l»-tf FOU SALE Oil TRAUK—Three lola on I Second avenue east of Plum street for eiiuity in house or for ffood auto. Ask MeNaghten. llionc 15 4-ir FOU SAl.F.-Fine furniture. West Will. ''bone -'l>98. IiiQutre -H 10 -lt Foil SAI.K—Household lurniture, 312 kai-l U. Phoin* 2SS1. 19-31 Full HAt-lC -llojae, barne«s and wagon. Fluiulro 131)0/1:. till. lli-tt Full HA1.1C --llol.l Coin elti-ali. 1'hulie 3i:s-l. bano burner 20-21 Foil KAI.M -ri'inio leo pound shoals al llc--s F.-ul store. 20-21 Kl'iH SA1.K—Fresh (tueriiaey calf. 1'huiie H25F3. 1-1 lit WALK-MHjcsile range , I'bolRI 32B7W. FOU SALE-N. 12a 1st i-asl. euvv ntld 18-21 Xaaland red rubbils. H-tt. Full jsAljli— Household furnituie. 32117 W.. I 'hone 17-Gt 'lilt SAl.H Canary Weal. singers. 126 F 20-21 FOH SAUK- -Wlilte rabljll, 300 ISiist 4th. 18-41 Foil SAL1-: Oil TltADK—Team of horses and back. Inquire 524 E.aal V. 10-21 FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. 7000 ACUF. rtANCll —Hiatern Colorado— looo deeded, balance leased, great opportunity; Improved. 32u Aire l-'iuo Improved -farm, Sumner county; nuns in urmy; don't want lo rent too old lo farm himself; sell ut sacrifice; a /ine honie lor some one. 320 Acres South llono County-Fair improvements -200 acres In cultivA'i-m; goes to wheat HUs fall; Una third lease conlraet; pi-odueed' over HO bushels per acre this year; only per acre for ..u'.ck sale on bargain coupler. Vacant and unproved city properly, always bargains tit right prices. Slstfid.-tr.l royallJes; dividend payers; Unyarl-I lurnion Surely on any of above propi-hi lions. Uetulls given by asking 17-tf A. M. JIJWKIJ,. KL'ltNJTUHU lot sale at 111 West 14. i9-3t MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. .\uiri\mcnjLES KOO.OO arid up. We have several splendid oargaluu in used motorcycles; all are In good running order. It is wejl worth you "me to cull and Inspect these machines . We liave new and used parts ,tlres an duccessoi'lea or all kinds for motorcycles . tlarley-L>avid8oi> Oylee Co., M West 2nd Street. 12-U HAllI.E JiAVlUSON Uicyclcs—A brothur 10 Hie fiunous motorcycle of the suruo name . Oct a llarley Davidson bicycle be- foie our price goes up as moat all bicycles luive raised /ruin 10 per cent to 16 per cent llarley Davidson Cycle Cu. IS -ir I 'OK KA1J-: - Hurley Davidson moturcycle. Uelt drive. Enquire M E 10, 1D-21 TUN CHICKhlNS -Brnjlish and Comb While Leghorn cockrela 1108ft from 80 vis record stock. 10 young laying • smticy, t mm Kiurt Buff " Orp. hens, packing house. 17-SO FttYF.S orsi iii-oilets. p «0 /attened. S29W. p «0 18-4t Fit Y 1(13 and IJrolleis, pen fattened. 3MW. pen l6-4t K11YI3S and l^ullels. I'hono 1826J. 80-21 FOR RBNT-MIBCELLANeOUS. FOH HBNT—JiulUllps ,ultaWv for »ubur- twui gronery. m kw 4% ll-M I MEMS TOHJ3 A snap for your lifetime. lo or 12 ncres of the \ ery best loud with an Irrigating pant installed ou the laud. Within cue block of liuid lhal is selling for J2000 an acre . These lie lots going for Iho paltry sum of $85 per lot or u total ol jf,l»'lo. Ah must K° together. Owner is' sick and going away und has cui the price one-hall, or more. It. F. AlcDermed 15 1-3 Soulti Main street, lt;-Lr FOlt SAl.F,- My 5 aero home place. 2 miles west of Hutchinson oa Fourth street. Dr. Mark McAiilly. ig-tf TO TltADK—For Jlutclilliaon residence property ,a »; interest in 80 acre oil und gas ease in sliolow field Joining producllon 4 miles west 0/ talk City. Address Z-S4 In care of News. 16-21 FOR RBNT—R«6ID«NQ«». FOlt 11KNT—4 room house at COS West 11th, 18.0(1. Cull at 1VJ Weal Kill or 214 West titli. Amulers. It-U poll KENT—My beautifully furnished home, I'hono 2713, Mrs, II. S. Hra- voorL 20-St l'-Cill ItllNT—ltouso nml 8 acres of land, li mile south of Lwabee Mill, phone U'SOW. 20-3t POH HUNT—Six roomed modem cotta«o; new furniture. No. #. 7th cast. 20-0t FOH HBNT— Wvo room residence, 10J0 3, Ewtt, I1U. Vhoue 1842J. 20,If FOH UKINT—Five room (urnlslieU house, modern. Phono ZMtW. 19-St FOH IUSNT—Oot. 1, to atdultfl, 1 room house. 422 ISast U, . }-« FOU liF.NT-rFurnlshea cottage; also ifai-^e. aw, nth am »•« The very desirable business r-^nn ftt No. 4 N, M-iln tor lyase, lurjuiro ot Masonic Temple. F@ir Sail® Real estate and insurance business, established 10-yeavs; worth investigating. Address, box 337. ICO acres ^'-j mile!* from town; new » room house; new burn for S head of horses; ZixM now cattle shed; alio; garage;-I. r i acres alfalfa; 130 acres to wheat this fall. All goes. U'ind lays level; dark heavy soil; wheat made 1S bushels this year! 1U miles from Uutchlnaon. Price $15,0iH), 307 First National Bank Bid*. 6 room house, modern except furnace, >« blotrK from new Liberty High School, Ihk bloelt from ear line—neiu'ly new. HaJf cash, balance at 7vi . possession at once. Phone 578. S07 First National Uank 6ldg. 13-Ot FINANCIAL. MOKEf tO LOAM on city homes. Long icrms ou monthly pay tnent plan. Farm loans. THE KINICL13 AGENCY. Phone 2055. State Exchange Hank Bldir- 8 -tr. DO YOU NR13D $50? Private louns on furniture, piano, et^. I2asy paymeuls. 1 Sherman west. 1-tf FA1LM I/DANS'.' CITY LOANS? -ask McNu^hteu! First National Bids. 10-tf WANTED—MISCELUANBOUS. WANTED—Place to room, and board close in by couple with 3 year old boy. Parents both work and would want lo leave child with parlies at bouse during day. Address D-85 care News. 18-21 WANTED—100 curs, any kind, any condition, burnt, wrecked or runmmf. Automobile Wrecking- Co., 110 East Slier- man, phone 157. 17-51 WANTED TO BUY—Car load of good hedge or mulbeiTy fence posts. Address John Britain, Nlckerson. Kans. 18-20 WANTKD—Clean, bright straw; will pay 14.00 per ton delivered lo the IluUltkHSon Bus Hoard und Paper Co. A jj.tf WANTED TO BUY—.Modern 5 or C room hous.1 In north part of town. Call 1001 W. . 16-31 WANTED—To contract your cement work, aidewuilia a specialty. Coil 177. 7 -if. WANTED—Hauling to and from Fair grounds. Phone 10. Brill Jit Sun, 12-21 WANTED—Ail kinds of rugs, absolutely highest price paid. Phone 3U»J, n -frt WASHING WANTED—FunlUy or by the dozen. 226 East 3rd. ic-tf WANTED- clothlng. -To buy new and second hand Coll 1848, 18-Oct. It WANTED—Second hood furniture, l>urnliure Co. -. ttauh 26 -U TO AID REGISTRANT'S. In Filling Out Their Questlonnares— Be In Commercial Club Rooms, Tiiero have been 250 questionnaires sent out recently and the legal advisory hoard, consisting or P. U Martin, J. S. Simmons and A. C. Malloy, IIBYO arranged to use the Commercial club rooms to belp tho registrants in filling out these questionnaires. Airs. S. O. MclClnney will be in charge all the time and there will be a corps ot attorneys there to assist. Tho legal ftdYlsorybaard request that all the attorneys be prepared to help If they should 'be called upon to do so. • ' Eat Fruit.' Peaches, pears, grapes, apples, cantaloupes, oranges L 'ban&ntuj and lemons at I. SMITH'S Qropefy and Market. Phone 1500. 20-lt Did you see Vbe Republic Truck at Mis Wrl KttAO-BvUefe C* l«3 <?t. LADIES' Fall bmts Small Payment Down, Balance $1.00 A WEEK Ladies' Dresses Ladies' Waists Ladies' Coata Ladies' Suits . Misses' Coats Men's Suits iiadies' Skirt? Ladies' Shoes Boys' Suitt Boys' Shoes Men's Shoes Men's Pants Ladies'Skirts $3.50, $t,50, $4.98, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, lo $10.50. Snmll payment down, balance 50c a Week Ladles' Shoes $3.50, $4.50, $4.98, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50. Small payment down, balance 50c a week. Boys' Shoes 50c A Week COMER COMMERCE CO. 17-19 North Walnut St, Men's Shoes 50c A Week Kansas State Fair Gleanings Big and Little Items of the Exhibits and Happenings of the Eighteenth Annual Exhibition. Tho Douglas county exhibit In the Agricultural Hall is ot especial hole. It is made up ota groat many headed* mains, oats in particular, ami the display of pumpkins and squashes show some line miecmeiib. This display is very artistically arranged. Miss Fatibion gave a splendid demonstration yesterday morning at eleven o'clock to an interested audience, on meat extenders. Miss MuLeod says the housewives seemed more Interested in tiiis display than any other one which has been given. Miss Faubton used cotluge cheese as the basis for her recipes and then used left overs, and peanut butter and lish with It. There was the largest crowd yesterday that has yet been seen at the conservation kitchen, people being lined all around both doors. iM .ates has succeeded In producing the beat machine gun ever made." The moisture of grain held in elevators or in built shipments, is a subject of much commercial Interest. An apparatus lor determining the proper grain standards, invented by official' of the department of agriculture, .a one of the exhibits ot this bureau. In connection with this ihere are glass amounts ot water extracted from one- half bushels of corn and wheat for which llii? farmer does not receive any pay and is In the end the looser. To solve the sugar question, Miss McLeod gave some demonstrations yesterday afternoon on recipes with little sugar or without sugar. She made jellies, cakes, and Jams, and other things, using syrup mostly. Miss Ward of Manhattan also gave an Interesting demonstration on Jelly making yesterday afternoon. - Poultry with tho Araiy display In" the combined government exhibits at the Fair Is somewhat unusual, but the Bignal corps has sent a cage of si.v carrier pigeons to ahoiv the folks hero the winged messengers that sometimes have proved the only available means of communication over there. Thousand of carrier pigeons are being trained In tble country and In Franco, They love freedom, but' ihey ulao believe in spending no' more than neteBsary time away from home—-therefore, they are good Auier. leans and are, serving America well. This morning Miss Ward showed the possibilities of sweet and Irish potatoes, and she prepared some uu- uisunl dislies Willi them. This afternoon she showed what can be done with a "single cut ot meat." The brisk breeze which was really chilly, ovidently caused every one lo have a keen appetite, yesterday afternoon, for everyone who came out of the Grandstand from the races, was rushing to find something to cat, declaring that the cold weather was trying on their appetites, and it would be easy to believe it from the looks of the lines of people before every lunch counter and eating house, .Most of the girls are wandering around the fair grounds these last two days with a rather forsaken look or something, but perhaps they really do miss flirting with those "perfectly wonderful sailors." Owing.to the cold wind yest6rday, the side shows attracted unusual crowds,, People were loath to leave the grounds; but hunted a place to keep out of the wintry weather. Thursday, slate day, drew the largest crowds this week. The main pike was jammed all day, and the attendance at the races was larger than usual. There are a larger number of bowla of all kinds—particularly nut and punch howls exhibited in the fine arts department this year. A minaturc transport in a glass care in the government building Is at : trading large numbers. The transport is complete In every dalall. and Is small enough that all the parts of it can bo examined. Earl Preddy, a member of the Great Bend hand, and associated with the Great Bend Tribune, spent Thursday at the fair.. Mr and Mrs. Will Townsley, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1,. Coos, Mrs. M. V, ltus- sell and Charles Townsley motored down yesterday to attend Great Hend Day al the State Fair. A very familiar face at the Slate Fair has been missed this year. For tlie Tirst lime since the organization of a fair In Hutchinson IB years ago, Charier, Christopher has been in the secretary's office to answer qnestlous, help solve difficulties for the visitors nnd Bend everyone who came Into the office off with a happy feeling. This year Mr. Christopher has been quite 111 and at the advice of the family he has not attempted the strenuous work At the grounds and he certainly hus been missed. One of the attractions In the gbv- eminent building is the hard roads models. Reno County is planning toads for after the war and many men who are anxious to linprov? their property and also use a stretch of good roads are'interested in the construction of the government models, Nowhero baa the ugltatiou for improved highways been received Iho government 1ms shown. This war bos brought this truth that permanent higliwuys are tho best In which the government or anyone elso can invest, Imagine a battle—a battle in which our boys are firing 6,000 ot the 1918 mode) Browning machine rifle, the type that lo being shown at the government exhibition at the State fair this year. Imagine tho battle lasting one hour, and these guns ahootlng steadily through the hour at their maximum rate. At the end ot the hour they would have peppered the Huns with 112,600,000 rounds ot tun. nHinittoa, "These figures are from the war department," as official said today, 'who believe |luM the V«lt*4 There were automobiles parked In every available space on the grounds yesterday. There were more than has been there any other day this week. Homan & Sons of Peabody, sold R. P. flalBton of Towanda, Butler County, five head of Shropshire sheep for $1,000.00 cash. It was the champion pen shown at iho Kansas State v;air. Since the nation's entrance into the war, displays concerning the Forest Service work has been limited to just those which pertain to the nation's needs. Only Ihreo series of models lire-shown urging', the burning of waste wood releasing coal for cities and factories. Improved woodlands and devices for preventing forest fires are also shown. Ask HI Heaps about Hie Itepublio Truck. lieno-Buiek Co. 16 6t. Vegetables. Gel your vegetables uU I. SMITHS Grocery and Market--hend lettuce, celery, parsley, green beans,, green lima beans, egg plant,•mangoes, cur- rots, pnions, turnips, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, cabbages, spinach, and potatoes. Phone 1500. 20-lt You woudn't take twice what you give for a Lalley Light and Power plant. Ask Tom MaJorB, Reno-Buick Co, 10-6U A stockinet dress la enriched by hoary wool embroidery on the susb alone. Largest truck factory In the world. Why not best? Republic Trucks. Ro- tno-BuIck Co. i 16-6 U Jet buttons trim a mldntsht blue dress effectively. See that man Heaps about Republic Trucks. Renp-Butck Co. 16-fit ObUdrea Or? FOB FUTCHEIW CA9TORIA

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