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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, PAGE FIFTEEN'. '&mt Aio Try Om® F MALE HELP WANTED (Cont.) MAN, «nergetla »nd reliable, wanted for factory representative to handle our business in Hutchinson district; unumial opportunity, with fortune for rlKhi man; oxperlrnco or c.ipltnl un- iHjcessaryj wrlto fully Syncro Motors .Co., Hattlo Creek-Mlch. _____ HafMl Star* Mnon Morcuntilo houso offers a Rood opportunity for an iimhliloua young man not ovor 30 yenra of iikg, who has had •mmi B'»ni'ral or department atora ex- tHuluticu. Through a uuflnlte, outlined course of trnlnlni? you will bo Riven the opportunity of lcariUiitf the busl- fcCBS and If you aro adaptnble to the .Work, your advancement will tlenona •n your own efforts. Your lotu>r •hould state age, and post business experience, togother with wages gftrnod. Andresw H-12, care News. Stair* AM iMbsmb Positions open for several voung ftien between 82 and 28 years of nge to learn the retail bin In ens and develop Into branch storo mnnagcra. Applicant must have a fair education and a knowledge of general fcercnandtslnt, such as notions, dry foods, toilet goods, stationery and •thor similar linos. This Is a splcnaid Opportunity for the right type young fcan, Application should give full details •oncerntng ago, education, previous Oxperlonco , and whether married or tingle, _ Address T*12, care News. Yh 1£ paying business today is selling groceries, paints, radio sets, and Aiitomobtto tires and accessories direct to consumer. Wo put you In this business, no capital or oxportenco necessary. Wrlto Hitchcock-Hill Co., Dept. 46B, Chicago, VANTIOD—A good, steady, •untle- manly salesman to handle a Ward's Wagon In Kono county. No experience Hoeded, For full particulars write promptly to Dr. Ward's Medical Co., Winona, Minnesota. Established lSfifi. VAN TED—Men to buy their winter ' shoes. Work shors $2.9$, $3.50,. $4.25; 4ress shoes %i to $0.75; Oxfords .» ti> |6.60, part payment down, balanco EOo a week.* Com«r Commerce Co., 17-10 North Walnut. W A NTE.1>—Th roe neat appearing young men able to meet the public, Salary according, to ability. Address Economy Clothing Co., 416 West Elm St., Sallna. Kan. WANTISD—Salesman for city, ov*-r 25. A car furnished. Phone 705. A hustler. faoi) a Month to distribute every-day household neceislty tn rural and •mall town districts. No money needed. Million dollar firm behind it. Wrlto for particulars and state territory desired. D. K. Johnson, 609 W. Lake, Chicago. 20 FEMALE' HELP WANTED 20 JDAHN J20 weekly, spars time, doing ^ fancy work. Materials furnished. Stamped envelopes brings information. Gift Shop. Norwood, Ohio. KAUN $6 -fll) weekly, copying names and addresses. Send stamped envelope for particulars. I'alace M!g, Co., Toledo, Ohio. WANTED—Mothers to buy their girls' shoes for winter. Misses' high •hoes, black and brown, 13,50; oxfords, low heels, $3.43 to Utile girla' high shoes and Oxfords *2.43 to 13.50. Infants* shoes, black, brown ana patent, 1!H to 8tt, $1.48, 51.75 to ?2.7ii, part payment down, balance 60c H week. Comer Commerce Co., 17-1H North Walnut. WANTED—Nurse girl to take care at child 4 years old and to stay nights, Whlto girl preferred. Reference* remit mi. 219 A ICast. WANTED—Experienced housekeeper Fur country housekeeping, H. W. StuplK-r, Abbyvllle, Kana. WANTED—Women chicken pickers. Swift and Co. _____ _____ WANTED—Ladies to see our new line of oxfords for winter; brown and Mack, ?a 4*:, $4.50 to patent and kid straps. $^,45, $3.48, |4, tf .fiO, part payment down, balance 60c a week. Comer Commurco Co,, 17-19 North Walnut N TE1>— Capable mldle-agcd lady for housework. Sflfi Eaat i3Lh. VANTED—Experieuctd waitress, at Palace of Sweets. VoUN '6 lady who has had or"wouirt like to learn a demonstrating work. In answering, please give age. Write 1j-12, care News office. 22 SALESMEN OR SALESWOMEN DISTRICT manager—(Jet ready for 1925. Year-round specialty. Soi 'i wholesale, direct to factories, mills and farm owners. Commissions $12 J100 per sale. ^American Oil & Paint Co., Cleveland, Ohio. SALESMEN—To sell during the season of 1925, beginning January 1st, the noted Shaw lino of art and bust- ties* calendars, greeting card a, fans, pencils, signs leather and other high gradn specialties. It Is a line with morlt and worthy of the best efforts of the most capable salesmen. Appti cants must be of good character, ac live and possess abllUy to cull on banks and other high class business establishments. Men who possess tnr. above qualities can average Jlau •weekly with thla lino. .Liberal com missions with weekly remittances. Stats sales experience, territory de- wired, and give- references in rirst letter, Shaw Advertising Co., Kansas City, Mo. SALESMEN here's your chance- to connect with a nationally advertised concoru, selling one of lifVs necessities. No deposit roiiulred for salt's outfit and all applications •trlctly confidential. Wrlto Sales- inanacer, 820 W. O. W, Bids.. Omaha, Nebr. SALESMEN to sell fast moving ad vertlslng specialty to all classes of merchants. Article sells for J 12.01). Salesmen's commission $5 with large bonus. Practically every interview a aale. Write Rolprlnt Specialty Co, 19^4 E. 55th St., Cleveland, Ohio. AGENTS WANTID (Cont.) AGENTS wanted to advert!** our goods and distribute free samples to consumerst BOo an hour: writ* for fMil particulars. AMERICAN PRODUCTS CO., 2803 American Bldg., Cincinnati, O. $10,000,000 Company wants man to sell walking Homo Nncessi ties. More than 150 used dally in this territory. Income $IIG -$50 weekly. Experience unnecessary. Write Dept. II-l, The J. R, Watklns Co., 19th & Campbell Sts., Kansas City, Mo. 24 SITUATION WANTED, 24 * 0 MALE WANTED—Steady employment. Phone W. C. Miller, S191W. 26 8ITUATION WANTED, 25 FEMALE HOUsTaKEKlMXtl work wanted In or out of city. .1-12, care News. HOUR work wanted. Phono 30S2R. HOUR work, .10c. Phone 2586M. WORK by hour. Phono 34BUJ7 WANTED—Embroidering and crocheting to do. Call IS West 6th, LADY with boy nged 7, wonts housekeeping or hotel work. Will go out of city. BIG North Main. SITUATION wauted by young eoloreu girl. Oo home nights. 223 H West. HOUSEHOLD GOODS (Cont) OOOD soft coal heater, $8. Phone 8811W or call at 410 East B. lilOHEHT cash prices paid tor an kinds of used rurnlture. Nothing too good; nothing to poor. Crook Furni- tug« Exchange Co.. phone 98. >IOMEMADE comforts. Phono 2217. NEW nnd Usod furniture ana stoves. Buck's new gas ranges $M-**f>. Ilrunswlckaud Columbia phonographs. Wo buy and sell for cash or exchange. Wanted cabinets, buffets, duofolds and ohalrs. 202„ N, Maple, Hay Workman, phone 3811 and 1574J. NEW Majestic electrio healer; bar- galn; \')brator, cheap. Phone H348W. SPINET desks. Xmas club plan, up. The Harmon Furniture Co., 13 a. Main. WANTED— Furniture, rugs, stoves; highest pr'cc*. Johnson Furniture Co,, Phone ;t!M. 3 UADIANTF1RE gas heaters; regular prlco $30, now $22.50. J, C. Penny Co. 26 MISCELLANEOUS FOR )» SALE FOR SALE—^ Boys' "Star Brand" shoos. Scout shoe* $2,48, $i!.»St dross shoes, black and brown, $2.»s, $3.25, $3.50, part payment down, bni- anca 50c a week. Comer Commerce Co., 17-19 North Walnut. FOR SAL Id— Now Singer sewing ma- chlne, oak davenport. Phone 84 or 2471 after fl p.m. Apt. 12, Duvall Apts, FOR SALE—"Star Brand" shoes lor men, women, boys, girl* and Infants, part payment down, balance 6Uo a week. Comer Commerce Co.* 17 -11) North Walnut, FOR SALE or trade—Sewing machine like new. Phone 2591.1. FOR SALE—Cash register, practically new. Phone 2300. Jackson 's Con- FOR SALE—Real estate 8% contract at discount, —ask McNaghtenl FOR SALE—7% real estate fust mortgages, —ask McNaghtenl Phone ir >6 FOR SALE, cheap—Heater with pipe. Call 9B0W. FOR SALE—Ivory reed baby carriage. Phtan* S340. • FOR SALE—Guaranteed electric Iroij* (a fine Christmas gift), part payment down, balance B0o a week. Comer Commerco Co., 17-19 North Walnut. FOR SALE—Manure for lawn*. Call 8S16J. IVORY reed baby buggy, $19. Phone "84W MAGAZINE!" subscriptions. Mrvi" fna Kiles, 317 East Fourth. ONE nearly new butcher's refrigerator, Buffalo silent outter, cutting table and meat block. John Hoggatt, Dodge City, Kan., 1204 I'nd Ave. SHOE SALE—Great saving In men's and boys* shoes for 10 day*. Liberty Shoe Storo, 123 So. Main. TIRE Bargain*—30x3; $5.1 &. 30X3 $6.29. 3 and 3% in. tube* $1,10 Duval 1 _T I re Co., 112 E. S her man. VAPOR bath cabinet. Phono 3781. 4-HOLE Jollet corn aheller for sate, with 10-H.P. I. U.C. engine. Emu Miller, Haven, Kan., Rt. a. 27 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 27 SALE OR TRADE EXCHANGE fresh young Holstein milk cows for large else International ensilage cutter. Write K.-12, earn. Newa-Herald FDR SALE OR TRADE— Imprdveu 160 acres In Rice county, land is rolling, 140 acres In cultivation, 20 pasture, 20 wheat, all goes. Good flvo room house, well, wind mill and other buildings. If taken in next ten days will sacrifice at $12,000. Would consider up to $7,000 in town property (Income or residence). Good terms on balance, J, 11. Faille/, Box 61, Gen oseo, Kan. 23 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 28 RAILWAY Postal Clerks start $133 month, railroad pass. We assist you for examinations. Send stamp for specimen test questions. Hurry! Co lumbuw Institute, Columbus, Ohio. WANTED—All Kinds of used furniture; one piece or an entire houseful. Crook Furniture Exchange Co., phono 56. 29 WEARING APPAREL Mrs. Ina Kilos, phon* 2728. 317 East Fourth. FOR SALE—Lanvln green dinner dr«ss, slzo 86. Never been worn Phono 865. GIFT and Thrift Shop, 216 West filh. Phone 1752W. WINTER in here. Get your coats, sweater* and dresses at 307 West Sth St. Woman's Exchange. HIGHEST prices for men'* clothing and shoes. Phone U68.T, WOMEN'S EXCHANGE—Nice line of fancy work, men's, women's and ohlldren'jj clothing. 229 B East, phone 3520J. 30 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 30 A S TimjNljwlcir ~Vi^^ value, has beautiful mahogany case; a bargain. Jenkins' Musia Co., 122 N Main SALESMEN—$H»0 month and expense* selling cigars. Experience not necessary. Send self-addressed, stamped envolopo for information. National Cigar Co., High Point. N.C. SALESMEN—$20 dally Bulling new patented auto radiator shutter. Real winter proposition. Fastest seller over Invented. Retail* $1.50. Jones Spe- clalty, 800 N. Clark St.. Chicago. SALESMEN—Do you want to matte $160 to $200 per week? Write us. St, Louis Novelty Co., 1604 S. Grand Avenue. St. Louis, Missouri. ^tVfLL guarantee salary $50 per week and furnish automobile to several men selling excellent Ford accessory. Address Saleamanager, Box 11S2. OranvlUt, Ohio. FOR SALE—Kimball Console phon graph,'almost new, at sacrifice price. Call at 118 2nd West. 32 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES 3* RBPAIRED-nENTBD, BOUGHT—SOi,L) Typawrffteir Service Co. flog N. Main Phone 787 "TYPEWRITER HKADQUAKTWKa." All makes of Slightly unert and rebuilt typewrite™ sold on E-z pay- menu; exclusive agents for Royal and Corona Typewriters; rentnls, repair work and supplies; reasonable. RENO TYPEWRITER EXCHANUK. 405 N. Main. Phono 3839. 33 STORE OR OFFICE 33 EQUIPMENT NATIONAL cash register for sale, No. 746-0: alBO new Heclman check writer. J. R. Winder, Abbyvlllo, Kan. 34 FUEL A FEED 34 FOR SALE—Sudan ana cane nay. Farmlngton Nurseries, phono 11K0. 35 GOOD THINGS TO EAT 35 CHILE, Hot Tomales, llamrjergora. The beat In Hutchinson. Try them. C. and K. Lunch, 20-A Kant 1st. r one 312. FOR SALE—Staymon Wlneaap apples. Phone 8C07J. J. W. Ploughe. UOOD homemade bread; pumpkin and mince pies; also cakes. Phone 114IJ. OOriD home baklnn. Ph. 1144J. HOME-MADE Bread, cooklos, dlvln- Ity, mlnce-meat. Phone 26U7-W. Mrs. Sherman Ploughe. TIFFANY'S Purs Penna. Buckwheat Flour is now on salt at Ills Carry- More. Dillon Merc, C. W. Mason, O'Connell and N. B. Williams groceries. 38 LIVE STOCK, SUPPLIES 38 AN extra good registered Holstein bull for sals. Phone >430. J. J. Kieinel, Sylvia, Kan. COMING yearling Shorthorns an3 Holstein bulls for sals. A. K. Schmidt, Haven, Rt. S. POULTRV A SUPPLIES (Cont.) 8. C, White Leghorn cockerln, II.ou and $2 CO earti. Claude Heaton, Pftrtrldire, Kan. 42 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR BALK, trade or lenae, good care doing nice business. Reason, other business. Zlllman's Cafe No. 1, Klh- liart, Kan. FOR tiALIQ reaaonnblo if taken at once—Small restaurant, IS li West. INVESTMENT—Offer JIO.UIMJ 1% rue. fcrred stock In amounts of fl.uoo or moro. Dividends payable aenil-nnnual. ly. Established concern. For further information, address J-U, caro News- i-!<>ralt1. IF YOU Jiavo $300.00 will start you In new business, Iremondous sales, should net you 1100.00 salary weekly, experienco unnecessary. Mechanical Machine Works, Bnltimorp, Md. WK SliJLL huslnessen fur ca-^h quickly nnd privately; commission basis; buyers waitlnfr; no exclusive contract required. CHICAGO BUSINESS KX- CHANGE, 327 So. LaSalla St.. Cht- capo. 45 MONEY TO LOAN 45 Plenty of ready money to buy, build, repair, or pay off present loan; will loan up to 50% of value, you pay back principal and Interest at $13.33 per month for each $1,000 borrowed; we want to talk with you about it. Coe- Thomson Improvement Co., Masonic Rids., Phone 752. CITY LOANrf—Straight loans; Newhn Manning Lpnn Co., m*i N. Main. FARM LOANS $1,000,000 to loan at 6% and low commission. All central Kansas. New- lln-Mannlng Loan Co.. 11'^ N. Main. S Cf SAVINGS 70 CLUB On December 1 our six percent "Chrlsmtaa Savings Club" will start. You should know the details about this plan. We will explain It thorougn- ly if you aro Interested enough to phone 672. Suit Ciitly Loss & §aDvik)(s ^sena­ te. Carey, Pres. Lloyd Brown, Sec. 6% 5%% ti% W« represent loan companies with millions available to place on good Central Kansas farms, 0% with moderate commission, oW'/o with small commission, or 0% with no commission. Annual interest. Consult us now. TUB UOE-THOMSON IMPROVEMENT CO. Loans and Insurance. QKT 7% on first mortgage real estate security, —ask McNaghton! 1st Nat'l Bldg., COWS for sale; some fresh, others fresh soon. 2 Ayrahirs bull calves. A. O. Franklin, Rt. 6. FOR SALK—5 registered Jersey cows 3 heifers and 1 bull, Claude Heaton, Partridge, Kan. FOR SALE—Jersey cow, fresh. 624 H. Plum. FOR SALE—Nlca younj registered Holstein bull; 2 fresh cows and li young calves. W. U. Crow, 1300 South Poplar. FOR SALE—Good lr»»h cow; cabinet vlctrola. Call 2 blocks west and 2 north of Wells* store, South Hutchinson. TWO flno fresh milk cows for 121 West 6th, phone 2978. 39 PUBLIC AUCTIONS AUCTIONEER—Poto Powelson, phone Midland hotel 94, Hutchinson. 1 can please you CLEAN 01? SALE I will sell at my farm, 2 miles sast on paved road snd H mils aouth or Nlckerson, Kan., Dec, 6, 1924, 4 horses, 8 cows, 21 hogs 8. C, Brown Leghorn chickons, Implements, alfalfa hay, and household goods; 10 a.m. sharp. J, J. Wetty MILK cow sale, Tuesday, Dec- 2. at 12:30 p.m., 3 miles north of Pretty Prairie, 36 head of good milk cows, all good agejj and good milkers rrom heavy springers. Others milking well. C. E. Sutton, owner. Davenport, auctioneer. EVERYBODY'S AUCTION Saturday, Nov. 29, 1:30, At 21 A West. Nic« lino of household goods ana many other articles all ready hated. Bring anything you have to sell ami I will turn it In to cash for you. i sell Shorthorn cattle for W. V. Hun, 12 ml, northwest of Alva, Okla., Dec. 2; for tho Fred Fullington estate, 10 ml. north of Cherokee, Okla., Dec. 9, Shortnorn cattlo and general farm sale. Poto Powelson, auctlonet-r. 40 PET STOCK 40 DR. O. B. MORGAN ' VETERINARIAN Specializing In dogs and cats. 121 East Fifteenth. Phone 1M. MONEY to loan, smalt amounts. Waif«r» Loan Co.. 16^ North Mam MONEY TO LOAN Improved city property or farms -n-slc McNnghten. AUTOS AND TRUCKS (Cont,) TEN used Ford tourings. 123 to $100. These cars are priced at winter prices; worth moro in tho spring. Pick out ono of these bargains. We will give terms. Davis A Child, Snd and Washington. Fordor Ford sedan with new balloon tires. Ford roadster excellent condition, J to. R >2* Chevrolet coupe, looks Ilka new. Chevrolet s«tlan with 5 balloon tires, bumpers, mo tor meter, step plates, snubbers. Less than tho price of a Ford Tudor. 1923 Chevrolet touring name guarantee na now car. This car can be bought nn unusual terms*. One Moon Chummy rondster, 4 new tlrff?. new side curtains. J'Jasi'x 1 con eh ."i now cord tires. ID Ford tourings with prices ranging from $25 up. Terms given on any of these cars. Sunpeirbir Motors €<s>. IflS- 110 West 1st. Phono 25KIE. Ono Ford chassis, $00. Ono 1924 Chevrolet touring, $425. One 1920 Ford touring, £"od riras, ?125. BAKO ENAMELING SHOP 127 East .Sherman. Chalmers Touring Hudson Spredster Olds Touring Ford Sedan Ford Coupe GJOTOTM. VALISES IN 1922 Doilgo Brothers Coupe 1020 Dodge Brothers Sudan U>21 Dodgo Brothers Roadster 1U21 Dodge brothers Touring 11*23 Dodge Brothers Touring 1919 Dodge Brothers Touring 1922 Willys-Knight Touring 1921 Nash Touring 1920 Oldsmobile Touring 1925 Chevrolet Touring 1924 Chevrolet Touring 1913 Ford Sedan 25 East First Phone -7ti; YOUR choice of 3 Ford touring cara, $70. Hodgo-Foster Motor Co. 19iy ELECTRIC llantiy or wuuiu buy side car, another cycle or Ford If priced right. Also 1918 Ford touring for sale or trade for cycle. 47 MOTOR SUPPLIES & REPAIRS WINTER glass tops for Fords. $2b and up; Ford tops J5; windshield fi>; motor oil 60c gallon; good used lum- bor and some milk cans; Ford aeuan and touring; ono truck. 202^ Norm Maple. Hay Workman, phone 3SU or 1nT4.T. WE BUY and sell used Fords aiiu parts. CLASS A GARAGE 20 West Sherman 50 ROOMS WITHOUT BOARD bU FURNlTURE. Stoves. 115 Eaat 10th. 6% FA KM mails. Anderson in vest went Co.. phone 52S. 27Va Mam. 46" AUTOS AMD TRUCKS 4ti A REFINISJIED Ford coupe In A-l mechanical condition; only takes $125 down payment to handle this car. balance monthly or weekly payment. Davis & Child. 2nd anil Washington. fflEITlEIES HJSED3) CAKS AT LOWEIS PMCES 1920 Dodge Touring 1923 Chevrolet Coupe 1924 Studebaker Special "6" Sedan 1922 Ford Touring, winter enclosure 1923 Ford Touring 1920 Bulck Touring 1921 Ford Roadster 1916 Four cyi. Studebaker 1920 Jordan Touring 191'J StudebaUcr Big S Touring 63 Cadillac Touring. 1919 Marmon Sedan 1923 Studebaker Special Six. Phone 460 110-112 W. Second BU1CK 6 with new battery and in good running order; excellent tires; $115. This Is a real buy. Davis & Child. 2nd and Washington FORD delivery body with top and curtains. $25. Davis & Child, 2nd and Washington. FORD SEDAN, good mechanical condition; this car has received the best of care; will take $100 down, balanco terms. Davis & Child, 2nd and Washington. FOR SALE— Fox Terrier male pups, $1, Females free. 206 West tith. 41 POULTRY A SUPPLIES 41 ALL KINDS Live and Dressed Poultry HENNINQSEN PRODUCE CO Phone 779. We deliver. STVL1C IX ViotrolR. slightly shopworn; ask about thin one. Jenkins Music Co,. 122 North Main. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS—PiArsuua Vlctrola, $50; Columbia, $65; Brunswick Console, $98; Starr Piano, liati; Hullett & Davis, new piano, $U2t>, Easy terms. RORABAUOH-WrLEY MUSIC DEPT TENOR BANJO, a bargain at this price, $13.50. Jenkins' Music Co., 122 North Main. PIANO for aa'o, 315 M* -M- west. WE ha*o a Harwood trumpet in splendid condition, for only $32. J en k I n »' Mu s Ic Co., 122 North Mai n. WANTED—To buy several used plan- • oa for cash. II. <3. Philips. Phone 649. FOR SALE—Pure bred Mammoth Bronze. Cold Bank strain, prlxe winning turkeys, Mrs. E. J. Haller, Burrton, Kan.. Rt. 4. FOR SALE—Aristocrat dark barred Rock cockerels. E. E. Brown, North Whlttislde, Hutchinson, Kansas. FOR SALE—Soma fine Burf Orpington and Buff Rock Cockerels; a Pen of about 50 laying Rock hens, Mrs. Frlnln, Silica, Kans. FOR SALE—Some Plymouth Rock cockerels at 322 East Third, PUREBRED Rose Comb Red cockerels, $1 to $3. Nelson Smith, R, 6, Hutchinson; phono Darlow 705. IFoirdto ffWdls IFflDirdta Ford Spep.dsier Ford Sedan Dodge Touring 2 Ford Roadsters, starters 3 Ford Roadsters, standard 2 Foni Tourings 3 Ford Tourings, starters 1 Ford Coupo A big lot of other makes EioWs Mote Ezdhsiiu^e THE USED CAR MARKET l''uil KI.'.NT—Sit' pmg ronrnw in inc'i- ern home. KUfi East Sherman. MODERN sleeping rooms. Z\b East Shi-rman. •MUlllCUN sleeping rooms. 204 W. 5. M"I)LUN sleeiunu rooms. Pli MnOKRN sleeping rooms. Ca 11 2j-u UUOM m modern homo; gai*ag«j g«.-n- tk-rnon only. Call 1202. APARTMENTS FURNISHED (Cont.) SOMETHING new In a 3 -room fur- nifhcd apartment at 211 East Kim. TWO or three rooms, cheap, modern, furnnrw heat, g;ir:ig«'. Phonp ;w7:i\v. TWO motn anrl tiirv- T«M'UI furtiij»ii"fi apartment. 545 First, past. Call 1;»! daytImp, 3252W evpnltiKs. VK.KY airniTrtivn aparuiumts! filT'fst ^ 56 HOUSES UNFURNISHED bb FOR RENT—Five-room modern, furnace and garage, cor. 12th and Wal. nut Phon** :t :'.5s. FUR RENT—V0-toom hounu n Hiitchfiu-in. pe mi-modern; garage $20. <"].iu<loi Hathus, Abbyvlllv. lun FOR RENT—Siv-room liouse", s» ; tnT~ ....m."!?lift S. I'op'ar. f'h, 22F2I. FOR Ki;NT—Flvi»-rf»>m nunitrn huiisV rlnsn In. Plionn W.t\. HuUSH for rentf 31 )1 East ITtli; pos- Pfwsion at onoe. Phnn<» I726W. TUE owner of a beautiful Jlydo Pura home is vacating and the right parties may rent his new and modern home, or may secure a long time lease If d paired. The ftrst floor Is. entirely finished In oak with breakfast room and many built-in features. The upstairs has oak flnors and white ••namel woodwork; three sleeping ruonut Including a larg*,» sunny room with fireplace, suitable for two beds, and a sleeping porch. There Is a full basement, furnace and fruit room, Stucco garage. Construction of thi* houso Is tllo nnd stucco which make.* very economical heating. Whoever rents this house will get the sort of a home that ho would build for himself. Tho rent is very reasonable. Appointment to see the houso may be made by phoning 21S5. PAY off the loan on your home on easy monthly payments, —ask McNaghten! First Nat'l. RMp. SEVEN-room house, modern except h^at. 821 N. Washington. Ph. 3749W. 5 ROOM houso for rent, good location," modern except furnace; 2 room housp. south pail. Phone 22fl6, 6-ROOM buinl-modern lions-?; good place to koop chickens. 212 S. Jet- fur.HOn. 57 HOUSES FURNISHED b/ FOR RENT— My home n ^uTnlshed! strictly modi-rn, garago. 820 Eiust RhfMinan, phone 2432W. FURNISHED house for rent, 306 E, 17th; puHst -sslon at once. 172UW. FUR UiUNT— 5-ro» m furnished house. W. R. SEU'EN, Phone 6 **3. MY Furnished homo cheap If taken st once. Phone 200t\V. ONE modern 3-rocm furnished cottage, also 3-room modern furnlsh- t 'd downstair apartment. 222 East nnd. 2-ROOM furnished house for reiitT Phone 1474W. Impulra 310 W. 2nd. 59 BUSINESS PLACES FOR RENT 59 FOOU RENT—Good bnsiuess location. Kround floor, Main St. Ph. iJ4S4. 63 BUSINESS PROPERTY 63 FOR QUICK SALW Good nnw clean suburban grocery, Fixtures $155. invoice stock. It 's a clean up-to-date stock. Ask us for derails. Conner-Dyck In v. Co., WANTED LADIES TO SEE OUR NEW WOOL DRESSES | that we are selling for $4.75, $5.75, $6.75, $10.75. ^ New Silk Dresses, $5.75, $6.75, $10.75, $12 75. Easy Payments. Comer Co. amerce Co. 1M3 NORTH WALNUT STREET HOUSES PON SALE (Cont.) * ; 1—l acre nlcMy improved 4 th Wc*t pavement, very close in, on eany tortus. 2-—.10 seres, no Improvements, 4th West pavement, all in wheat, excellent ti uck or altalfa, land. Consider city property. ;t—ii Rooms cloae In, 6 blocks of ("onvent Ion Hall, f 500 cash, balance easy terma. 4—Lot 40. Sherman East, $2,80S, adjoining Standard Oil Rtallou on weat. 6—Lot No. M4 South Main, adjoining Thmopson Carriage Shop on south, directly across from Swift's, at $1.'J«:.. 0— East ttith Street bungalow, solid oak floors, full basement, garogo, $5 .^r -0, msy terms. 7—Uvilf Park bungalow, all modern conveniences, f5,710, liberal terms. Co. No, 9 East Sherman, KS «SDS ^^5DlbIl« IPtrSca Good Loca t Ion—Perfect Condition Low Taxes—Paved Street This r» room modern except heat bunffalow home la priced below Itn real value for a short time, it does not cost anything to investigate thia exceptional homo buy. HOMB LOCATION A beautiful Crescent Park location. Owner will ixchango for real estate mortgage or good real eatato contruct. Caursy IR<ssiS IETai>aifl« & Hflu^. Co. lnsuror—Lloyd Brown—Realtor Salesman: Sanders, Schoonover, Ruchanan. FOR RENT—Room lirixl^a ft., 4RI a. Main. Inquire at 417 .S. Mam. b4 HOUSES FOR SALE tW SLFF.P1NO rooms. 24 I'. ast Third. SLl-;i-:PL\("i runfns. XVd Wist Fittn. Kii-st IJ. SLEI-JPLNO rooms, »15 East lst7 { UrraUl'ast If drslrcd. I'hone 207-1. SLEEPING room In modern, home, 12 North Elm. Phone 304:1 J 2 NICKIA' furnished room* with bath. 300 West 1st, phone 17 S3 J. 61 ROOMS WITH BOARD 51 HOARD and room, furnacu heat. lUb East Sherman. IIOARU and room. 327 Hnerman, east. Phone 1470. ii OA 11D and room oio'ae uT. Pi tin. Avenue Rooms. T.\ Fifth. MODERN' furnished room, siliRlo or two connecting. Board If desired. 24 East 0th. MODERN ro.nns. Roard. 100 W. 2nd. ROOM and board. 124V,! South Alain $6 a wk, or rooms |: Th ''d. Room ami iioarrt, a wk. Meals 2:'JC 52 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING DOWNSTAIRS housokeepJne rooms QUO East 3rd. Call after i> p. m. PO R 1 IE N T—T wo ii icpiy f u r n w lied rooma for linht hoiis».|ieep)uK, with bath; 300 W. 1st. Phone 1758.1. FOR RENT—Housekeeping rooms. East Pifih. 1 tOUSKKKKPLN'O rooms, 30B_\y ^_2nd OCSEK EEP1NO rooms. :'lf W. i»th. LARGE furnished hous<*Hccpliii; room, ground floor, priva in entrance, llghtfl and was. K2fi C, cast. Located in Hyth -i Park, Quo UloCK from Main, iiraetlcally new, la pricMi In-low its value, six nice cuinfurtaoie roonui. oak finish downstairs, oait floors upstairs and down. Large llvnii; room, fireplace, casement v. indt>ws, built 1 nUlichen, (ml basement, floor drain, mid many other conveniences. Thia la one of ilia fine.U corner I"- catlona In tho city. Price $7 ,3MJ. Call us for full particulars. EauT |aiin Om Emsll IMh ThLi Is ical. A fln« two story seven room house, sit icily modern, welt constructed, built only a f f w years. Finished In oak and enamid. Owner is 1 'avinfi city, and. ha A cut tha prlca to mike It a really attractive barHatn. Let us show you this flnu homo for J5 ,00M Realtors. First and Main. Phono 400. FOR SALE at bargain—217 P East and 301 D East. Wrlto Box Ti, flene-'fpn, Kan ONLY flbi) DOWN will buy nice 5-rooin modern corner house cloHo In with room for another house. Price $2,;i00. —ask MeNntrhten! Phono ff 'if. or 42ISW even 1 n RS. LOW rate luaus on IJUHHM\-:S property, Mc.\nghl»n! 1st Nut'l Itl.lR. P(.»R SALE—ft room house, modurii except furnace; 5 ^. r i() down, baiano 520 per month. Phono 2'J07. 211 West .1. C. Ileheiiii:. RUYM IB03 N. MAPLE A fln .i strictly modern five-room horn . oak , flooirf ami woodwork. FORD roadster for sale. 112 East I5th. NOW wrecking K-4i> Rulck; 37 Olds- mobllo; Forda and others. A. K. Johnson, la South WnshliiKton. Ono Ford touring. 1024 Olds s?dan. Chandler sport touring. 1920 Hup roadster. REO Speed Wagon, good condition. will HCII cheap. Tako Ford as part paymfnt. R04 East «th. Do youaknow you can buy a used car at Davis & Child's for only ?15 down, balanco easy payments? MODERN furnisned light housekeep- frtK rooms. MU l^ast C. '!!if.2.I. Nl-^V IfiAht house keej ring rooms; everything funilHhetl. Phonn 2720J. VWu furni.-difd hi'iisekeeinns rooms, $3 per week. 313 East B. APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED PACTOLA Apartment. First and poplar. Unfurnished fi-room efficiency. Pall 127I1 <.r SX) l). 55 APARTMENTS FURNISHED 55 APARTMENT close in, fiirnl.sheiT'iTr mi _furnlshecl. Phone 2HtUlW or 14S1. FURNISHED apartment, Tiiodern, tiot wutor heat 3 rooms btillt-tn features. Cull 369. Fl'UNISIlED 3 room apartment, 04S H. Sherman. Call 23I2J. MODERN furnished apartment. o3U A ^IJasL TWO room upartnient down stairs, 52g First, caat. STRICTLY modern privato apt. 2510W fiiiw built-in kitchen; pour bane merit, furnace, coal •ed concrete laund ry. bin and IT LS NOT VERY OFTEN YOU CAN PPY A FINE HOME LIKE THIS ON SL'CII EASY TERMS. See — KINKt: L ACENCY Ri -altor. 210 State Ex. Ride. Phone 20:»ft. Earl W. Hre«sler. Hp "We have a 6 room, S stnry, all modern hut furnace, basement, home located near tho new Lincoln school. This place waa just recently newly decorated, bathroom and fixtures second to none, hundreds of dollars worth fo fine now chicken houses and brooder houne. Will sell to good party on monthly payments with a payment of only or lens down. Have established grocery to trnfle tor north end residence. Turnt«h"d 8 room house to rent, 110. LAMRORN-MAYFIELD CO., Realtors Phomi 1785. 3 North .Main, 322 East Carpenisr, B rooms] 2 fied- roonis, nice lawn, (rood shade; can be bought very reasonably on easy terms. —fl»k >fcNni;btenl Call 835 or :m\i\V evenlnsfd. )sr Nat'l lltdj,'. FARMS FOR SALE (Cont.) (Cont.) 0®&«& 1T<3» We have an Improved quarter sec­ tion of excellent land it miles south­ west of Kansas City, Mo., to trade for Reno County or Western Kansa» lan-V If you want to trade for m real farm cloae to market, you 'd better at once. J. M ffiolilley & §«!•;.. CilOlCii hi) acrafl cibflft to marui i price rlRht; extra nice U'.H.hi-.i ranch; ea.-.y temn. 6-room seml-modorn house, close in, cheap. WH makd farm loans in central Kansas. Ande, b.ui Investment Co., 27',a riouiii Main, phon 4 o.i.v tnn, FARM fur SAR - Snulo, .> twenty-two six, t!3,"iii, •> $8,000 fiv» years J. S Hoi. S. Ardniorft, Li-w An^d-a. i '.t .L Twenty- two aerea well in;,.. . ><ni, 1« In alfalfa, cut 6 limes thin year Eight blocks west of courlliTUse. J'olHl. i. 11. Oldham. S<ee THuna Tirancft A very deairable, w.-U Improved U acres north of I tufchituon-NlcKersOft vavltiK. Phone 373W evonln«. writ* 335 ACRES grain; stock; largo family houso;. ,1 burns; 110 silo now ri'rtueert to JA0. Half cunh. W, A. Sterir'on, Larncd, Katn. dB Totsnr Opp©irtam54y 1100 Gash Payment. Balance $2R per Month, buys a nice 1RU* Home near Roosuvtilt iiohool. Price for this Home only ll .aso. Realtors— Hom» iiut'-ders REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES 1% scrtts Joinlm* city llrniTd of NK:k- erson, nil In cultivation, some o.ifaii>. and sweet clover, fruit treea, & r<«tn liounu with bath, they have city wit> r and electric IlKlits; bflrn Is old. I.';ii*f llO.U'.t), will trade for more acres, lm pro\ed, at IHi.iiiirt or L'HS. i>\) ncres all In cultivation, 4 or '• acres flood post timber, close to Syivi-t. *:er -L« l.'o, W.inr tr, trade for snu'.l cutiii^i) In UiitchiJuoin. 100 acres ^oud lev\-I land, close to Con*'lfliid. "\\ i«nt. to Hade for 5 ro-jm cottage In Hutchlu -Hon. 160 ueres about ii ml. of Alden, RIe" Co.. 11 good nil purposo farm :\'r.)i small improvements. Want small tvU'.'t eP -ee to wood S'-hDol 'own. 2 10 acr u « cliwe to Penalosa. unimproved. * Want place clusa to school. C ©EiB (sir4l])yc !!K Enfl^y. Co. ?.(>'• ' ; /:. . mal. Phone 2278. : . i\N "i ';E-"'^(l "iiCrt H'J.irt':r of It =!l ' • 'inus Willow Bar iltM ^rict. CIminarrvni county. Okla.. for Muion- Inson proticrty or luiiunv.',! farm. In- tcrviiw, phout* 3701W, 7IS ;;.ict Mh. WE want residence loan^, straiKht or monthly payments, ask McNaghtenl $2, 50U 4 Rooms, bath, basement, garage, northwest part, ST.OO i\i;;h. East fronl ha Nottli I'oplnr. bUxH-jy* feet with double nurajTe, Will take Fori! coupo as part. A. A. MILLER, •" 1 Y<>K 10 Sh"irn:ui , .« iitiuy. 15-Vear city leu: <>. TiraiTil® IF©ir Tsarm No. I—ISO -ACV9 Sl «vt >ns county farm, 320 acrei in oultIvalion. .Ooo^ .'tmall Improvmnnt.'i. Thja, la W reiu farm, very best of soli, will raise any* ihimr la clear eiieumbj-anoo. Owner nil! tnkts a homo In Hutchinson as first pajment and carry back difference to suit purchaser. N'o, 2 —I '*!iHt mortsraira on real f-state $l,«5a, real (-.state contract T"*'U and piiyments of S25 per month. ;->i) acres in Ford .county all In wn »*l. I 'lwner will trade tho whole works for 1 'ne in Hutchlunon. This is a g°«d ,on for homo on:. I'lo 307 First iyy.7 k R'dij. 70 W\NTfcfj TO au\ 66 FAHMS FOR SALE ID® Y ©on WannJ A Etfiafl Ono of the most complete, new hune,alov ,s in north end, five romna, breakfast room, full basement, double fj.traKe, fireplace, oalt and enamel fiiiifdi. all oak floura, fine cahlnets, beautifully decornted; $1,000 cash will handle. Phone :j!tli».I. a ROttMrt ail modei-n, north end, RU- raf*e and every think'. The prlco \n $4,250, but if bought for cash before Dec 10th the price will be reduced • Soo. Ther.i Is BulldlniT *. Lnan id about $2,o:,0; takes about 51,700 cash. Let us show you first. Conner i»yck In v. Co.. ptione 227K. C-ROtJAi lierii.-ie. modern except furnace; Karate, coal and chicken holier.; near school; good for two families; |1S mo. Phono R'.4lW FOR SALE—Improved IM adjoining si'hool, 7 mil** town, worth IK.two, nuick sale |fi,»h)o, wnvi M.f" 1 ". Jvhn Hauer, Rurdeit, K "^n.<ns, LMl'ROVEH farm, clone to 11 u! chin son; money maUIng Investment Phone 2-U.V. A Rt-OPAOE Wliicn*-.«t--r pump jjun, Hamnif rb-.-rt pt-terred; mtwt be ^• fr ..V lts . n - I'hone ,14'J'~. \VA.\TEl» "to buy. T;7>nT "'ii n Td~h ~erVY Canv .'ut, suitable t .o cir ..;r F-nd rwd- r>tvr, Set* OK.'I-KH f -'ait ".'i, Ins tliiiatre. WANTEO in h* mUk rn ii f"r eii-.Ii. Might coo.sld-r truck. U' w k NTHl) tn buy- l .tfDO f»et n.vd imber. Quick. P. O. \>ox LJVJ , 0lt y, 5 room cottage, thoroughly modorn, full buaunient, near schonl In the boat block on Avo. H East, oak flours, hot and colt! water in tin* baaomfint. Can bo bought for less than ?i,<MH>. Kasy tonus. 5 rooms ono and one-luilf blocks from Main Street, on west 16th; hard wood floors, cnnv.nlant to Bdiool and churtrli; shade. Houso new and in excellent condition. Only $1,000. Kany terms. 'and lnsdror, 12 Shonnan Street. Over 50 years in Hutchinson. Phono 3103—After 6 p. m. Phono 123. FRANK E'lLK. Myr. Real Estate. S3 AGENTS WANTED 23 AOKNTS—Writs for freo samples. Soli Madisnn "Better-Mode" elilrls for largo mnnufauturer direct to wearer. No capital or experience- required. Alany earn $100 weekly and bonus Madison Mills, 562 Broadway, New Yorli. • r AGENTS—Sell two shirts for price of one. Oet in on bl£ holiday biiHlnea.s. S20tlally easy. We deliver. Write for ••your Opportunity," Free. WALTON- 11UPUEX CO., Uroolm Hldg., Chlcaito. IlOliT. 11. INQUHSOLL, of »1 "Watch fame wanla good men to sell his Hollar Stropping outfit, an Ingenious Invention for sharpening all makes of safety razor blades. Great economic value. Meeting with nation-wide approval. lOasy lo sell. Big repeat business. Agents having, remarkable success. Full particulars. rtOBT. It. INqEnsoLL, 47B Broadway. Now York City. J1U0 A—Mail wanted with am. _billon. Industry and small oapltal. You can make above amount or more, distributing Ruwlelah'a Cjualltv products to. steady consumers. Several fine openings now available. Wo leach Htid help you do u. big business and mako more money than you ever made before. Give age, occupation references, W. T. Kawlelgh. Co,, Dept. SA UU. Vmsort, ill. 31 HOUSEHOLD GOODS 31 APEX" "lectrlo washing machines at one-half the retail doater's price. They are to bo Been and had at tlrt Hutchinson Honded Warehouse, 701 Kast Socond Street. PUUN1TUHK BARGAINS 4 piece bed room suite, vanity, chiffonier, bench and bed, first' class condition, W.60. 1 mahogany frame duofold, newly covered, $4'i. 1 mahogany duofold, S3-). PHONOGRAPHS 1 Brunswick machine, good condition, JU0, with 20 records. 1 Columbia Grafonola, like new. with 20 records, »70. 1 Vlctrola, practically new, 182.60. THE CROOK FURNITURE CO. Examination or any stove giving trouble. Will buy stoves and aecona- hand fur/ill.ure. Stove repairing a specialty, l'hnno 537W. FOR SAl-,1-1—Largo stv.e base-burner. tiOr, North Plum. Call 1992J. l'OR SAI.h—Largo size Garland gas heater Including brlcketts and pipe. I'hone 3786. FOR SALK—Walnut dining room set. Phone 3003; 634 B East. rUHNiTUM) s*4 rtaVM. UTVIHiV FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS—Must Be a Sweet Tooth. By Blosser LAY AS SICK. AS AM-/THIN6 AW MO CWG ASM? B0IW6S AAE A My " r " CAAJDy.'.'

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