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TUB BtfffOfiiltSOtf NEWS. PAGE SEVEtf. "IT VVANT_D-MAL_ M«LP. ^ WANTBD—-Mm for tho Oovernm^nt tiowdcr plant. Nnahvlllc, Tonn. Hhlp- tncnt Kept. 118, railroad fare advanced. Want carpenter*, pipe fitters, steam fitters, electricians, holler makers, riggers, plumbers, niliiwrlBhlK, hod curriers anil Inbnmra. Heo representative ut U. S. Hmplni-mcnt office. ; 23-35 WANTED—A r.niisngo mnker; on» who urolcrKtands the making of bologna and Vlitnmi*. Fteady employment. Mod* em equipment ami a itood opportunity. Address "Jl" Box No. 204, Arkansas City, Knns.t.1. 18-6t WANTICD—Men to buy tlitlr new fall suits, 112.50 to fit: a small W"'?"^ down, balance Jl a week. Hhnos soc n week. Comer Commerce to., 17 & J» N. Walnut. WANTRD—At llic post office "H,"! nod one lady for permanent posllon, lady must be n typewriter and stenographer. Inquire of 1'os^MMlot. _ M-24 WA^TKIV^Cook and helper for Hludent Artuy tralnlnit Corps at Cooper college, Hterllng, Kans.; also Janitor for bar- nicks and raw" ball. f .' BLACKSMITH—Oood all around man at once; >tl to $7 per day. K,l'\ Htahl, Elllnwooil, Kan. CAllt'KNTKIta and laborers wanted at once. Apply at New Hcno Flour Mills, Ave. It Ka»U J__ WANTISD—Boy lo learn press [Cisllng. Apply Huu-hlnaon Office S«PPly and Printing Co. > ^ U-M WAKTBP-Chicken pickers. Al>ply Med Harvey Produce Iicpartmont, New'"". Kims. ' l WANTED-Cooper) steady work] apply Barton Bait Co. plant or down town office. , , V W \NTMD—Dell very man for Ford. J* wis S3 First east. L—."_ amwiMKNT civil service examinations everywhere October Hl.Il. }-<*><> women clerks to be appointed at Washington. Salary *12"0. Kxporlcnco unnecessary. Women desiring government position* write for free particulars. . l- Ijeonnrd former civil service examiner) 4M Kenols liulldlng, Washington, 23-.ti WANTED-Ladies to buy tholr new rail ' skirls, waists and shoes on credit, small payment down, balanco 50c a week Comer Couiincrco Co., 17 & if N. Walnut. 21-11 WANTED—Housekeeper: middle aged woman without lucmnbrnmw. Call on me for full parllaulars. L. A. Ueobo, 106 1st liuU. '»-" WANTI>3D—-HMierlenced stenographer, nono other need apply. Fuel administrator's office. B and J'oplar. 19-lf WANTRII—Capable white girl or middle used woman for house work; must bo able to cook, l'hone 2042. 23-31 WANTB13—Wuinan for general housework; 8 hi family; no washing. (Sood pay. l'hone 3.101. 21-tf WANTED—flood girl for general house work; small family . l'hone '"W'Wj WANT1-:D—2 -good women at Marsh Laundry, 406 West 12th. rhonc 1946. WANTED—Girl for general housework. No washing. Phono 1131. • 213t WANTED—Good girl or woman; gbiioral housework . Phone 37. 10-tf WANTED—Lady driver for Ford delivery . Lewis, 22 First cast. 20-31 WANTISD—Experienced waitress,' Itono Hotel. «-U Iron iALt->-MIUILLANIOUt- . . APPLES. . _ Jonathan, Grimes Ooldeh, Siayman wine-aps. End M ltth Stredt. west of town, call and bring, your sacks, i'lrst class apples, Fhoha 2607-J. Ji V, PLOUGH 13. 13 tf Hutohtnson Tyliewrtter Co. - nOVAL TTPBWIUTKttB Unrgiilns In Itebullt Machines. 107 Horabaugh-Wlley lildg. phono KO.O. M»tl FOR SALE—Good woj-k horsa; sound and gentler small mare In foal; two red sows and 11 weaning; pigs; priced to sell, 4 blocks west of Wells grocery, V South Hutchinson. .--St SISCONTJ-HANI) tires and tubes, all sizes. Wo buy old casings. For guaranteed repair work, see us. Mld-Blate Atutor Tiro Co., oppoello Missouri 1'uclflc depot, u-tf STEAM BOlUirt. We have a low pressure boiler for steam heating plant, will be sold at a very tow flguro. See It at News Of lice. FOIl SALE—Office desk;, kitchen table and cabinet; cupboard; one kitchen stove; lwo heaters; roiirteen hens. -li.'7 Sherman west, l'hone 21I3X. _t-2t TOR MALIC—.2. rifle, fishing tackle, fine reet, fine watch, wilding boots, canned rrult, rabbits, young chickens, Cochtm bantam; 3S01 North Main. I'H-M Foil SALE—My Poland China herd boar also llolstcln bull calf 10 months - old. Chns. Unodenough, Partridge, Kans., Arlington phone. 17-23 FOft MA.LK—Cheap; drop head rotary Hliigfir sewlnj? machine; must sell by Tuesday evnnlng; leaving city. 106 Rth east. 23-21 FOIt RALE—llabblts. New Zealand Hufus r,eds and Flemish Giants; breeding nge; finest Flemish stock ln»clty. 118 lOaat A. H.- O. D. 23-3t Foil BALE—One spotted Poland China male hog, 2 calves, one Duroe gilt to farrow soon. Hoy Shrive, phon o llli'J. 20-31 FOR KALE—One oak dining rooni set; 1 oak library table; onoj'UB; all first class condition, 211 W. lOlh. Phone 209*. 23-31 FOP. SALE—Black pluski coat, -satin lined, excellent condition; $75 coat for $2«; slao 10. l'htmu 3230. . , • ' 23-2t FOP. BALE—Kabblts priced right. One mile cast .one mile north of paeluitg house . Wagonor lltros. 23-6t FOIl SALR—-Base burner, kitchen range, dining room furniture, dressers, rugs. Phone 1120 or ir.ll, 20-21 HALF GALLON fruit" fera and»nne lil- ccyle; one evening dress, size 36. Call 222, 11th west. 23 FOR SALE— lllaek lace hat. velvet crown, jot ornament, white bouver sailor. PhonS 3220. , 23-2t FOR SALE—Complete grocery store fixtures, cheap; see Ben Lambent or phono 8»6J. 1 23-2il FOIl SALB—Belgian hares and Orphlng- ton ohlckons. . 1629 N. Main, Phono 9S8J. " 23»- WOOPHTALL tj-powrltcr, new model, No. 6. Phono 333 of 1932 after 7.30 P, m. -• • . 20-31, FOR SALE—Canarj- birds; have a few extra fine singers left. No. 9, 7th east. - ao-ct FOIl SALE—Six by ten chicken or rabbit houso and fence, 'l'hone '• 1669W. •" • ' : r ,. • r 21-23 FOIt SALE—Good .prairie hay, 4 miles east packing house. ' Phone 40Kfi. "j • 21-33 WA NTI2D—Dishwasher' at 110 A East. 20-3t WANTED—Girls at Condyland. 13-tr POSITION WANTED—MALB. WANTED—lmmedlato employment; clerical work, by practical -accountant nbove draft age. 123 A Ijasl or phone 2662. 23-20 WANTED—Position'by experienced book keeper; can glvo .references. Address F «5 care News. < 23— WANTED—Job on farm by month with family. Box 10, enquire 701, 1 Ka»l,2fl-23 WANTED—Poslllon by experienced book- Kcel>er , Phono 20711.1. 23-tf POSITION WANTED—FEMALE. WANTKD—* Position as housekeeper. No. g Gretna Apartments or Phony 3377W. or 350. 21-31 WANTED—Position Cull 203S. stenographer. , 23tf FOR RENT— RESID-NCKS. Vdll i(ENT---.My beuullful 10 loom house, completely tunilshed. den br/ukfast - room and sun room etc., hot water heat; . giiruge; )>ue location; 416 per mouth. Mrs. Churles GiUlo, 407 Sherman east. Phono 182SJ. "• 23-Ct FOIt KENT—My beautifully furnished '• home, l'hone 2712. Mrs. II. S. Bre- VOort. . 20-3t FOR KENT—House and 3 acres of laud, 1 /3 tiillu south uf Larabee Mill. Phone 16S0W. - 20-3t FOR KENT—Well furnished two-room cottiLgc for couple. 201, 2nd. W. 21-tf FOIl RENT—6 room cottage furnished. Inquire at 606 K 4th; phoije S46, 23tf FOR SALl^Combination' gas anU } coal heater; good as new. • Phonu 883. 23-25 FOR SALE—One horsri Van Brunt grain drill. Hutchinson Implement Co. 10-tf FOR SALE—A suit, dress ajMl coat, else 36, phono 1QS9. 320 E 2nd.. 2t-2t FOR SALIC—3 calves. John Sclilegol, R. 3, irntfliliiMi,. Phone 038. F 22. 2J-2.V FOR SALE—Team horses. Call orflco Parker shows, Fair grounds. 19-tf FOR SALK—One -Red Polled and one Shorthorn cow. 623 1-^ist J^l. 21-3t FOR SALE—Cheap; X'i acres of alfalfa on ground . Phone 1200W. 23tf _5coNt£iu3rD HutchlBJtoil II the logical market f»* Je66nd-h*Ji« automobile*. Pro«p«ctl>« buisrs shsuM -watch this column tor complete Hat of bargain*. 1 tO Shertnitti East Phone 457 j Cheapest place in town to buy your parts. Cnsh paid for old cars. 17-tf FOK SALE. , . Ono Rco Truck Chasls, In first-class condition; four practically new casings and tubes. Anyone wanting a truck chaSIs can Bavo money by.looking this up. Three, quarter ton alzo. . F. W. OUNNLNU, j.U Sterling, Kan. . - A 11BAL HARGAIN. •• •"Cole »•• almost good a, snow; worth at least tltO*. Offered at .J0PO. . HAMPKL AUTO CO. ^ • cole noonr Looks amt i bus - like new; oifered at one«halt actual value; pholio i00. i-tf FOIt HALE—3 Model 37 Hudson touring car, fully equipped; I new Kelly Sprlng- flokl caHlngS'iind tube.i; 1 uxtra\%et casings. Taylor Motor Co. '. ](-10t FOIl SALE—Cheap, Ii passenger touting car; clwtrln light starter ;lli good condition. Vlriiiuire-ruuiu 0 Central Bank hldg or 311 A west. 20-23 FOK SALE—19)7 Ford ruadstor with extra body and demountable rlins; 11 Bigger )5ast ;pnone 13lf>W. Call at noon or after U p.m. 6-rt l'-Olt SALE—1018 Bulck big six, almost new llilS Mitchell good as new Detroit Eltclriu Car CO., 18 Bo. Walnut . Phono S384. "-II RADIATORS Ptompl services on repair work. O. 1C Auto Radiator Co., 15 South Washington, l'hone 030. , - 2-tf FtTH SALE—Ford, Sedan type ,hl good eoudltion . Cull at Great American Ijlfe Insurance office for particulars, 21lf YOUR chance lo buy at a bargain,, ii infcm! soon, Keo or Ford, 16 mouol. Nearly guod, as no'.y. Phone Hie. - 10-ti tlilt SVLli—New Auto Tire iubcs< 20 per ' cent off. Mayficld Radiator Shop, 11 1 South Walnut. / . ai-tl FOR SALE—1017 six dyl.ndcr car; perfect met:llanical cornbinnlluu. A .baiguln. Call 3162. i7-H FORD SPEI-TDSTElt for sale. See Clau- isoii aL too Hutchinson Kellning tu 19-23 SKVJ.4N passenger Stuilebakor; rlrst c J mms condition; cheap. Phono 871. 21-21 FORD TOURING CAR—For quick sale. S3C3. Apply at 529 W 9th street. 18-tf SfcTVEN passenger Studebaker; first class condition; cheap. Phone 781. 20j-3t pnsseh- 21-27 I'VIl SALE—Studebaker three ger roadster . l'lmne 24G3, FOR B.fi.E— Touring car. Enquire Kx- Ido Batleo' Station. 18-tf FOR SALE—1316 model'Ford-. Call 631 Kast 3rd. . 23?2S FOR SALE—X r ords. McVey Livery. 8 tf MOTORCYCLES AND BICYQLESi; jJlOTWlC^i-LES^O-OO and up'. We havo seveiul splendid • luu-gains In used rnotorcvoles: all aro In good running order. It is well worth you time to coll and inspect these machines . We liave new olid usett.parts ,tires-an daccessories of'.ali kHpds for motorcycles . llariey-Uavldson Cylco Co., 36 West 2nd Street. ll!-tl UAULK DAVIDSON Bicycles—A brother to the famous motorcycle of tho tisane name . Get a lmrley Davidson bicycle bo- fore our price goes up as most all bicycles havo raised, from 10 per cent to 16 per cent, llarley Kiavldsun Cycle Co. U-U FOR SALS OR TRADt. ' "* T?Cdl~SALI?01l TRADE. LAND BAKGA1N. 331 acres good wheat land.of salo^at ^10 per acre under tho market or would tr.ulo and take in stock uf merchandise in good locution, located 3 niira iwnli and 1 inllo west oi bpearvlile, Fold-Co., Kans, Call or wrle owntr U. U. Johnson spcarvHle .Kansas^ 1-tf, FOIt SALE—Stoves and household goods. Phono 1646. 810 K 3rd. 23-31 l*Tit.,'R hoto cook stove; . combination heater; ono coal heater, 23-3t FOR SALK—Apiue box.es. 1 '* F. L.* Brumbaugh, 419 B West. * S3tf ALL household goods for sale, llouso'fqr rent. 71.2 Kast 3rd.. . 21-2t FOR SALIC—Chlei!ens - wire and linoleum . Call 1963W. . - , 21-2t FOR - SALE . Oil TRADE—640.acres in , Presidio county, 'l'esas, good latrfl and 'w'ell lucai.vl in the best- climate in .the UuitfU Suites. \Vll( trade (or auto or inurchandlso or land In Kansas; Address (J-85^care News. 32-11 FOlt dAIMt KENT,' or Tiade—J-room house, J mo . .15 Twelith' west; newly jiauitoU, papered and revarnishod; mod* «rn except furnace. .See or )inono Carl NSson, 027 South Main. 9,11 Lowest Rates of Interest, Liberal Prepayment Privileges. See Us Before Placing Your Loan. J 0 N. EMLEf <_i S©M, LADIES' SHOES 50c a Week COMER Clothing for Men and Women ON CREDIT A small payment (M n Ufnntf down, balance «pI 0 noon MEN'S SHOES 50c a Week COMMERCE CO., 17-19 N. Walnut $2,500 3 or 5 We have funds on hand to make the follotvinp; citv loans $2, 000. $1,500, $1,250, 81,000, $800, 8500. Loans made for years nt low rates of interest. 4 E. Sherman J. N„ KMLEf <& SOR, Phone 2224-} 3Boflsii__@gss! 5 3M (3)CS)IM Foir IF l©cn_ The very dP'Mrahle No. 4. N. Main Xor tense. ltHjuiro 01 Cfe)®=irir_( 11 nnfl iniii"ifti w a im e>ch_&©ib UUUUIU/U V v ^Jllf Maspnlc Temple. FOR SALE—CITY PROPERTY. MODEfiiN BUN(SALOW - V^iHt 12th Htu 6 room», sUiophiK: porch, fui'iitiL'e, biiHenient -.under enth-c hnvisc, nk-o iiiwn, Imrk yiird-fenced. Price j;i_oo. Owner leaving oily. CaJ! Ji. tl. WouOtuti, T^VO UAKOAINS. 7 room lumso close In, iutiJi.-ni except furnace, $ i:70imiO. » - 5 niom niodorn except furuacp, good locution on tith Kdust, for quic^ mOv fllb<l.Q0. AlaUe our wants known to- the MlllNJ.i' REALTY CO. • - 127Vj N. M:Un Phono 13a f'ltlCKD l r or quick sale cnx)\ or turms, 1&13 JO Mh, r» loom howa, ami two lot.^, wlntlmtll, KHiiiKe, , ^vmcnt wiill;u, good chlckon iK'ii ami ciive. liu,uUu of V. M. j.hiiffer. 600 West G. U-u Src S27 J*: 1 oih; pood 4 room lu>u«e; " lots; corner locution; $*K>u balance vnsy payments. $1100. Fontnm J^oan and Truel Co. ^l-^i FOIt SAU5-6 room hoU.«o ea«t A .street : lot 40x176; plenty of HlinUe: housu in Rood ciwditlon; price ^3,000; can rci loan or 50 per cent . Call IS., 007 It. l>. bldg. -It 318 west 14th, St. new;- five room house, cash, balancu mynthly. —Ask McNaEhttn. i'hqno 15. 2C-tf. fOtl SAL.13— Chouses, one six room, ono 12 room. Call aoi B weet or Viiono 2972.' U-U FOR- SAUK—C Room modern house, nearly now, Kaat Seventh. Telephone 1BS1.•-. ^ - • 6-tf FOR SAUK—l^lght-room mcKleni house, J^.SOO; 120 Fifth West. ^ 6-tr FOR SAblfr-New buneaaow. l'hone «ns, for sale-*r£^jj,,Estate. 7000 A CUD RANCH—Eastern Colorado— 1000 deeded, balancu • loused, yreut opportunity; Improved. 'v- AcrQrtl;Mne Impiov^K farm, fcurnner county; Kbnp In army; don't want to rent too tain"to farm lilmsHf; sell at Mucrificc; a flip) homo'for sonio one. V20 AcreiivSputh Uuuo County—Fair im- proveujA'nts—-00 ucitHHV '4n, culttw-ilm; Koea tftT'wbwtt Ihls lall; one third leaso contitv^tt'' : ''produced ovur 20 bushfls por aurethlB yt*ar; only 50i pur aero for .,u>Ut sal© on barsain cuuiitorr' Vacant, utid improved aity property, fit- ways bargains at rlKht prfeea. S^nndard royalties; dividend payers; J'Jnyart-llarmon Surety -«m any or.uhove propositions, peiails friven by o.skintr 17-tf A. SI. JKW1.LU * II WEAR-TOO» A. snap for your lifetime." 10 or ! . 1^ aeitia of tho vi*ry besi land with, an iri*i- giitlne pant installed on the land. Within one block of land iha.1 • hj Mellintj for 12000 iuvtici'Q . Those Cii U.it>n;oini; fur the pnltry sum of *sr> per lot or a total oi VHUQ,.' All must jfu together. Owner i« sJHt and t'oine uw.iy and has rut the price ona-haJf. or more rt". F. MclJerined lu' 1-a. South Main street. 16-tl ON First tlitiw comltHoti; 5 room cottaffe; nicely pupeiod; newly p^ilute<l; lights; g.is; p.intaf. etc.; IK foot frontage on corner close tn car line ;nwtr 4th av- lischool; haiwly for all etuU eiul in- du. u trlf\» and within walking ^llstancc of down town section. Priced at less th;in c.LHh ctisl lo rebuild. Sell on easy payment terms. IIMPROVErlENTCa hppdod for rxpnrt. The subs(>qiif'r.t downturn received n Utile inpeius troni some revivsl of p«'acp gossip. Opening prices, wliicli ratiK>"l from \ic off to He advanre with Ovmlicr $1 .-»77-d to $1.4S'/s nnd Novemher |1.4n% 10 $1.46, were followed by pains {all around, and then a decided set back. Kavorabjo weather and rapid progress of rutting together with cheer- ill/: ni'ws on the war, led afterward lo fresh (leclineK. The <losc w.us lu-iivy. 1%<- to \%<- net lower; Willi October *I.4C>,4 lo H.46% and Novembi r $l.l|i, 4 lo $1.4121.. dais swayed with corn. Kspoii inquiry, lhnu;:1t tended lo keep the bears in cher.-lt. After opening tie off In 3 «c up wHli Ortoher ~'Z'.n<: Ii) TS-T TIC the innrket ascended lo a fair extent but reamed to slightly ..below yesterday's finish. Henntiness of o: ferlngs made lard ami ribs cllm'i. fork was negleeled. Kxporls much In excess or la.-t year's figures helped Infer lo slreiiKili- en the market. m If ynu fail to avail youmHf of tho opportunity to buy an acre tract, in Farm- Ingtoji you^havn lost the narn^Jis power of a good conservative Investment. —sslk McMffl^Mena' Real estate and insurance business, established 10-years; worth investigating. Address, box 337. mi 160 ner**s '2\z> miles from town; new Ii room house; new barn for -S head of horses; aixSC new catt'e s^ied; silo; y:nr- ago; ITi acres alfalfa; 1^0 acres to wlieat this fall. All goes. ljtmd lays level; dark ln*avy soil; wheat made 18 bushels this year; lt> miles fr/m lluteltinson. J»i-lee $16,000. . / ®a°dl© 3P@w©!ls®iia 307 First National Bank Bklg.' 19-51 I l-'Olt KA1.I0—llous«h6)d goods; leaving . town. l J hone HM, • m ?l-lf VOW SAUld—>n»o red heifer calf, "ln- nulro 1101! A eaJU. , . 21*:»3 KOrt SAl.I'>-Two lOllff-coats for - ladles. J 'hono M7W, 23iit . j-'Olt SAUI-I, tu- Kxchanse-ril loom bunya- I low on 11 tli at. Still on eafcy u-ruLi or will c-oriiJlUi:!' iiutojois, or snmll l.lep* orty as lira! payment. _*u*y - term- 4 , J 'a balance. l'nont) ll>71. " IJ-li l'OR KALK—8 year old - naddlo pony. I'hono 11115. 21. - tf KOH SAUffl—New- Zealand reU rabbtta. 128 1st bast. ii,tf, Full SAL.B Oli XltADl-}—s-i-oom aeinl- miKlern cotta*;?, doublo eara|fi» Olue Kraiia lawn, Biitulu Hvo (ill ft. trout, wtu consider emaller (.ropoi'ty aud dllferonce. 1'honit 16U. , t.-ir. VOW SA_K—Canary aln_eis. West. ' l'XJH Itl'lN'r—Six roomed mcKlern eoltaee; ne.w; furniture, ^'o. y, 7tb east. 20*51 FOIt-'ltKNU'-—l?*ivi' room residence, 1020 3, 15ast. . $10. rhono 1912J. - 20-tf TOlt itBNT—Kurnlnhwl 5 room modern cotuife'e; jiluno, 123 K Olh. 83tf VOW HUNT ' Jtouse. 44 -Oct. I. . lo adults, 7 room :.. Kast 13. • • 0-tf i'lioue 2J-:it l-'OIt ItKNT—A fuinlsliccl bouse. lU2i>J. 1IODKUN residence, Nov. 1. Call C07W. 2;ilf UIOHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. FOIt HWNT—Two nicely furnished light liouseliocpInK rooms; no cblklrcn. Pltunc liall-i, after Ii o'clock. -3-31 i-'Olt HUNT—1 nicely funilsluxl rooms for housekeeping, lllfds, canaries for taJe. No. 9. 7tll Bust. 21-25 FOK JtBNT—Three slilclU modem liclil hooseUcciilnjj; rooms. 9i& por nionih. 3'13 Wost Uth. , 23-81 VOW 11K.NT—Foyr connecllne houaekecp. lots rooms; modern. No. 9 7th mi'if. •". ; *l.5t i'OR rtBNT—Two room ootta«e nicely furnished, 221 West First. 21 -1( FOK K.I3NT— Modern light uoirseteei>lncr rooms . 201 W Cth. _ 23lf FOB ItllNT—Modern houseReeplnif rooms 336 2nd west, J7-U. TWO modern llghthouscKceplns rooms. 1-hojlo S68. _ Mtf KANSAS CITY (Star agonoy for salo; '. ; dwtter gylns <P W•.-A map » Job-*t a , jnWa urcrfu, Vm>* -SMWr- ' H« 120 . V 20.2-1 KOH SAI.IJ—Cattle. l'honiHO N. 3. 21-31 WANTED—MISCILLAM-OUt. AVAN'TliD—Fathers njut^mnthers to Uuy their boys school suits on credit, small payment down,, balance 60c a week, Vouths I oiik panls suits $1 a week. Cornel- Ciimmerce Co., 17 Si l'J N. Walnut. 21-3t WANTED—ijidies to buy Hull' fall suits, coats and dresses, a small pay- meat Oowu, balance at il n week. Comer ComniBiee Co., 17 & 10 N. \\'s|. nut. 21-2t WANTKll— Vou know that you luul better havo an old chimney and foun* datlon repaired before cold weather, l'hone 35C9. 2l(»t FOIt HA -Or will trade for second lialal e*as euijine, 8 or 8 h- p., ontt giK'd drivina mui'o and one KOOd .lersey cow. I aiii l.loyd, west of cunul on It west. a, 24 KOIt SAl.lS Oil T It AD 14— Bute* flvo D»«- seitKer in fkrst-cluss eoiidliion; will cou- sldi-r dlamomis as psrt or all; call phone 1532W or 11 poulh Walnut. I.tf FOIl SA1.K OK TltADlf-Throe lola'oo Second avenue east of idum slrttct for equiiy in house or for good auto. Ask McXaghlct). l'hone 15 i-U FOR RBNT— FUflNiaH«D ROOMS. l-'Olt HUNT—Very Ocsiiablu rooms with board; single or en suite.; 21 Kast Sixth; piiono 37. , 3-tI \'KHY neslraOle furnlahwl room fur gentleman ut 11 Kust 8th. I'hono 1456, WANTED—C'ean, bright straw; will pay 11.00 per ton delivorad to the Hutchinson Ho* Hoard and I'aper Co. is-tf WANTED—blUcrly lady to make her home with lwo old people. Address JDtta Bell, 10 Fifth Kast. 23-St WANTED—To contract your cement work, sidewalks it specialty, call 177. •/• 7-lf. WANTHt*—Dood second hand ix'fring corn binder for cash, rhono 1589J. 23-2t WASlllNO WANTED—Family or by tho '* <*<«!;"• m E ^" t 3 ' <i ' • • w-1" WANTKO—To buy MlW and second hand clothltuj. Cftll 1S«8. 18-Oot7 3 WANTKP-rSeeojKi band furultu/e, Furultuie Co, Rauh ra-tt U1ST— a heifers wetehinir about 850 pouuds e*cli, branded "D" on left shoulder. FVlUw Mwket. Howard. 21-ai W3ST-—I'artial set br!d«o work teolh between let mid lith ay-get, Ueincn ,io UO'H West. «owa4U ; " ."'• " -^tfr l-'OIl ItlONT— l-'urnlsbcd rooms, 4Q& 1st cast, l'hone 20!>7J. 21-21 FOU ItEN'V-Flvo rooms nicely furulsh- _cd. 221 W la 'v»- 31-lf MODF.IIN rooms. I'.houu 25. r .S. 215 Sherman east. ll-tl MUKKl'l.NO room, 510 N. Walnut, phone 1601J.-- ' 19-6t MODEltN—Hooms. Ifflms, 128 .Flrat East. 1-tt FINANCIAL on city homes, i^ong tcrnu on monthly pay incut plan. J<'arm loans. TUK KINICL.B AGlSNCy. l'hone 3055. State Exchange Bank Bldg-. »-l*. J IKK).00 first mortgago real estate for sale; security worth iJ.oao.OO; Interest 7% payable scuil-annually flv« years. Addrcas Won T. Mwards, Plains, Kansas. * 81-J3-3«-#-«t BO VOU NEED t60? Prlvalo louas on Cundturo, piano, eta. Easy payments. 1 Sherman west. i-tf . . FARM I^OANSt CITX WANS? -ask - McNesbttnl First NuilvnaJ^Bldi;. FOIt SAW3~Quartcr si'ctlon llnun coimly land; only '.I miles from city limits; 1 room house; barn: Inn house; Uiree-quar- ter under fence; 51 g'»o-l apple, plum nisi apricot tr*?e .H; Uleal f.-irm for trncklliK sweet potatoes, walcniu'lonH ;3 acres In melons paid owner ?170U net this .sea- ton. This.is a dark windy loam, but no biow sand . Price J7..'i0|i; greatest value In slate of Kansas, l'hone 1M. 607-It. D. bldg. . !3-3t FARM BAm^mm •PX) acres .owned by non-resident, about one-half in cultivation .other half in KrnKliig land; within two miles ut Nlckwson ;a soo<i four-i-oom house; .32x31 barn almost new; tw» pranarl^s; wells and windmills; this Is a dark sandy loam, idea I-at fulfa and utoek farm.. This t ract of land priced to srll, will maJtO tjasy t'-rms or would consiilcr some northern (Tolonido land or will carry bavk at d per cent, - _ MM C©LM1 01)7 II. W. IlldB. Phone 133, Chicago Closing Prices. Chicago, Sept. Uli.—('C)HN — October $t.-li;!-(,<0 r ;« ; N'ovembcr tl.|.|'.- 4 . OATS—September TMlfi'ic; Oct"bur 73Vs!SHijC', November 74He. 1'OllK—October $41.80; November J41.55. IJARD— September |2i>.7i; oclober »'.C.50: N'ovembcr JLTi.HO. SHORT RIBS—-Sfptembfr $2:1.110; Oi'tober $2:1.57; Novonibjr ?_:t. to. Kansas C|ty Cash Prices. Kaunas City, Sepl. :!:!.--WHEAT- tlnchaitKed; No. 1 hard $2.22; No. 12M&2.16; No. 1 red $2.18; No. 2, $2.15. * CORN—Steady; No. 2 mised Jl.linjf 1.71: No. :i nominal; No. 2 white $1.'.'0 f/)l.ii:i; No. " nninlnal; N't). 2 yellow $1.70<KH.7;i; No. :J nominal, OATS—Steady; No. 2 white 1'W 73%c; No. 2 mixed 72y 2 c. HYIQ— Sl.ailfi 1.111. KA-KIHR and -M1LO MAlZr>—»:i.3li ©3.45. HA V—SI end J;: nil unchanged, SHORTS- Jl.'IfiSi 1.49. HRAN—tl.3V<f( 1.39. HECBll'TS -Wheat, 7o cars. Buy Diamonds Now! We Cnn Save You 10% to 25% on Our Preeefft Stock We w'inli.1 lie ploased to show joti-stime bnrtrttins A. L. Wilson, Lcadinrj Jeweler 108 Norlli Main Street BRITISH HAVE PROBABLY CAPTURED 40,000 TURKS fCcntlnurd from Pngo 1.) Kansas City Closing Prices. Kansas City, Sept. 25.-CORN— Seplember $1.57; ctober $1.52%; November $1.49'A. <{> <^ <•> 4> ^ <• LOCAL MARKET PRICES. KOU SAL 13— My 5 acio honiu pbtce, ml lea wost of Hutchinson on Kourln ftix-et. Vr. Mark MoAiiily. K-tl f» room house, modern except furnacn, bl"ck from new LlhertyMiish School, jl'.it block from car line—netyly new. Half ca>h, balance at I'/ci posae^alon ut once, rhonc 078. VO\l SAUlCr—82 feet West Sth, 4600. Tho Fontron I-oan and Trust Co. 21-^t NOT IC E— KUJ^JEtJLAN EO U S. I'huno ST1-W. H- q. UeAIcrritt. 21-st ItlCH SOIL l-'Olt LAWNa ^rlUcb soil frco fur hauling, .south end of drainage eunal Sea City Engineer- .17-lit c7*ll. JAMES, contrastor .and builder, Plana and specification furniyried. Phone 39-Ktl. > »-_tf. KUOH ihadH from oM carpcLs; rus; cleaning and aixlng- l'hone 363 llutchlr^on Hug Factory. J _ 23if AI»PLV at-C'dobo, Cofreo limine for Rotxl Kelly hanio made pleH, lunch. -10(1 N. Main. S3-31 L1KAD horrfc aii.l cnltlc romovtd free ot cbarcc, I'lioue 38&CJ. - W. A. Itoa^. • 17-3U WILL Hbale inodf.rn home with one or two ladies, plioiu- -S71 or IC'jHJ. iotX. All K'Sda of stove repairing, l'hone aiir JO TRADE. TO TRAPIS—1'or lluichinsnn residence jiroperly, a % InleraH In SO aero oil and Bui*' lease In shallow field Joining liroducllon I miles wont of Ulk C'lly. A«l- dresa Y.-H In caru Ncwa. aa-Ot TO trade Flvo room houso in I'arlridije lCv awvs western Ian4 for flutcruaaon property. ' —Ask,M«Naishten. l>hone 16. . 8«-tf. FOIt TilADK—Colorado potato land for stock of grocorles or good aujo. Seo O. W, Alford; phono 1921 3-tf TOR TKADB—One tuuooUi oiomb horse fur pica or calves. I'hono J88-K-8. " l!3-;8 FOB BeHT^JsoBM ^Neo "u8."' rSfflSNT^HJulVdUis wllapla for »«bo.r- bao |rv«*rr SM_l»»t 9. 1»-U ronlitKNT-aaiajjo, 310 Jib Kant, pjoiia 107 P'lrat National Hank Ul.lg. Q GRAIN MARKETS^) RANGE OF OPTIONS AT CHICAGO. * * * ^j,* * 4> $ -•> <•• <«> <*• * •«> * LOCAL GRAIN MARKET. tFui-niHhed tiy the Huictiinson Ptjur Ullla Co., and are wnoluuitle i>rloue.> \VHISAT--Cash. No. 1 hard, $2.05. CORN—Cash, $1.61). FEEC. BllAN—$1.47 Vi per 100. CHOP—$3.70 per a00. / FLO UK—$5.66 por 100. HAY. (Prices given by tho Hesa Feed Coripany.) Aifalta hay— tio a ton. HIDES. (FurnlsUed by J, V. Hoblcder, hidos and furu.) GHEEN SALT HIDRS-No. 1. !9c URKBN SALT MIDKS—Nu. 2 18c. HdltSK lllUliS—S3-00 to J5.00. SI1EKP KPil.TS—2b« la $^.00. liKfciWN —Sc »caa than cured. HAL*' LLHii.1)—IM.C leeua than UliEtiN HALT UX-ULi— 10c. UUUU.N bAU'l' HULL illliES—No. 1, 16c. liKKEN SAJ/1' UULL HIU»ij»—No. 2, inc. HUTCHINtON PRODUCE. (\Vho)csaie prlcca ruiaiBhod Dy Owl Nelson.) . HiCNli^-^^ pounds and over, 22c, HENS—Under 3'a pounds, 80c. IIUOIUOHS—lUXS hatch, 22c.-' OLO KOOSTEIIS—16c. DUCKS—Full feathered.'iBc. YOUNO TOM TUlltiKYS—12 ill*, and over, 22c. TURKEY HEN'S—8 lbs .tnd OTer lie. No. Z ar.d small lurkeyp. half prlcr. GEESE—i'ull tcathtired, 12o. -' OLD TOMS—20c. GUINEAS—25c, EllllH—Candle losa off, $ll.oO. DAIRY. fit'TTER FAT—Alauiilo, 60c, delivered is Hutchinson. I ivii;. rrpuhu'd with heavy loaa by our rlflo an<] macllinc gun fire. "Iiurlng llic iil^.ht other lCn;;li-'-h tri.opn made pruKrc^.s In the direction of Tumbol.-i farm after several hours hard CitUitinn and farther north cap tared a group of .strongly held trenches and strnnix points on the r.pur northwf.Mt. of Vendcuii taking a number of prisoncrH. Some Prisoners. "Ptiring the night also over 101' prl- Honers were captured by uh In a successful local allack .south ..1 Vlllers- Ouislain. Knsl of Liavrelle English troops n;ade progresr. on a front of about lb roe quarters of a mile cnpturlnir 60 prisoners. "Early lust night I ho miBiny at- lacked Uerihaeotirl under cover of a heavy artillery barrage and penetriU- c.l our lint at one point. An inimc- 'dlale counter attack by our troops completely reestablished the positions." WALL 3TREET | Wheat. No prices quoted. Open Oct.. Nov,. dept.. Del.. Nov., MSli ' i.40?_ .711 .73* . 7 1 l-a Oct.. 11.00 Hljrh Low Corn. l.tS», 1.16>,i l.lliH / l.H!, Oats. .7S'A .73 .Ii .73«i J IS Mess Pork. ll.llil 41. (-0 —CI owch I— Today Y'day l.PiH l.-tiS .73'™ .7St' .71% 1.4S% LWH .7STi • 14% .7IVi 41.30 41.1)0 RANGE OF OPTIONS AT KANSAS CITY —Clos«l— Open llifc-b , Low Today V'day Corn. Kept.. t.f,7 1.67 1.57 1 .57 Oct,, l.MVi 1.534i t.j2'» li.- Nov.. 1.01 l.iilij l.-l'.'S 1 .4S Oit«. Oct.. .73 - .73ft .72", .781 ,4 73 Nov.. .7Ui .^74<i .in-, ,U% .,Tt$ 1-57-., 1.53*. 1.51 ii KANSAS CITY RECBIPT8. Wheat t.'orn . Ouu . Kaffir Year Today. Ae«. .... 70 J7 64 12 .... ill & ... 3 , GRAIN AND PRODUCE, • Chicago, Chicago. Sept. 23.--Reports that the emperor of Germany was seriou.iiy ill ami had cancelled till important en- gugeuiouts broke the corn market today to tho low oat levela yet to: cur. rem deliveries. At first, vaJueb had scored a incxiciatw itdvance, influenced by the food adniinisliailon annouuee- uient o( the amount o| feeding gruiua ^LIVE STOCK MARKETS^) Kansas City. ( Kausna Cily,-i5ept. 23—-1IOOS- ite- celpts, 12,(100; weak 10c lower; bulk J10.IKH3 20.20; heavy, Jl'J.008-20.20; jinuiki'i'd and butchera, $lU.00ifj/20.25; Mights, $18.754120.20; piKii, $18 00^ ' l'.i'.'o. I OATTl,E--Keeei|ils. 40,000. Includ- i lug 600 suuiberns; weak to lower; prime fed steers, $18.00© l!'-25; dressed beet steers, »11.00®I7.60: western steers, $10.50&tu.80; Koutliern steers, $7.00ftH.50; oows, $6.0O'u 12.25; Inuf- ers, $7.00©IX.00; Blockers and feeders, $7.50((j]fj.50; bulls, $7,004)050; Ciilvea. $6.50(U<I3.00. SHKEJP—Rowdpis. 21,000; steady to 2fn; lower; lambs, ? 15-nOtf* 17.70; yearllnt'S, $10,504( 1:1.00; weiheni, $10 (ij 12.50; ewts, $8.00#11.00; Blockers aud feeder*. $7.00«i'17.50, Chicago. Chicago, Sept, 2S, (U, S. I! .Markets).—HOtJS—Receipts early sales about steady; Kern unevonly 10c to 25c lower; '$19.55^20.25; ll K ht, , $10.7 packing. $lS75l!»'10.50; rough, 18.65; pigs, gouti lo choice, 19 00. CATTLE -Receipt.*, 26,000 very low average; best nativ steady; all oilier clusses slow ly lower. SliJiiEa'--Recei|>es, (5,000; slow to 25c lower. tii'fau of 23,000; ral t rade. butchers •>'n 10; *IS 00'it *U-.50'o ijualHy > steers, unuvi-n- (jpi'tiing Wichita. Wichita, Kansas, Sept. 2?,.--H0tJS —lleceipis 2,500; steady; top $20.10; bulk $J 9.00® 19.90. CATTUif—ItbcoipU 3,500; steady; to ahadu lower; native item's I10.u0 ft'17.00; cows and nelfers $li.504*9.5O; »toc»e»8 ftUtl fenders $7.00ft 13.U0; stock cows Md hoifera $5.75.Jj6.75; bulla f7.Q0&9.ot); calves |7.ooi6H3.oo, New York, c>pt, 23.—A stlnitilnling elenient in Iho stock marTtet was furnished today by a more varied demand for high ^raiie shares. The advance In price Goeined lo indicate buyers were convinced the market was fairly liquidated. Specialties reflecting favorable fondillon.s moved widely nnd sensonod railroad stocks tn IncroAHiHl dunand. Sales approx- i.maicd 2lu,l)00 shares. increased confidence In both investment and speculative quarters was encouraged by the upward move- mem in prices which included all clauses of stocks. Prospects of easier money conditions and continuance of favorable war news were Impelling inolives for the advance. Imlicalions that I be selling of real slock had ceased created a more general disposition lo buy railroads for investment account. The strength exhibited in the closing transactions last week was in evidence again at { lhe opening of the stock'market loday. liuylng wus spirited In splits with a large demand for Ihe oils and I'nlted iates steel, the latter being purchased, in blocks ranging up to 3,300 shares. .Most of the well known Isr.ucs ruled at gains ot Vj lo 1 point wllb an Increased atftorp- lion of the investment railroads, Nervousm/ss by shorts caused them to bid lor slocks steadily^ and prices advanced further In the final hour. News of llio Turkish disaster In Palestine. 11 ii tl a cheering effect. Uberty, bends were persistently sold- Tllo closing was strong. Now York Money. New Yurk, Setit. 23.—.Mercantile, paper; I and 6 mouths 0 percent. Sterling 60 (lay bills $4.73; coin- iiierulrfl 60 day bills on banks ?-l.72Vi; comerolal 00 day bills H.7214; demand $4.75 7-16; cablet) $1.76.55; Francs demand $0.47T-i; cables $5.-l6'!s. .Mexican dollars 78c. - llovernmeni bonds heavy; railroad bonds Irregular. Time loanu strong; 60 days. 00 days and 6 months 6 percent bid. Cull money strong; high, low, aud ruling rate 6 percent; closing bid 5-Vj percent; offered ut and last loitlis 6 percent, Hank acceptances Iti percent. New York Sugar. New York, Sept. .23.-- Raw f.iigar steady; centrifugal 7.28; refined sleady; em loaf 10.50; crushed 10.25; muiild "A" 0.50; cubes 9.75; XJtr.x powdered (I.2U: powdered 0.15; fine grnnubired nnd diamond "A" 9.00; coni'eeitoners "AT S.00; No. 1, fc.85. .;. j /;. ,. i. -,, .4, .-,> ^ ^ 4, S•P * - LIBERTY BOND CLOSING. r ^ -j v V •« -'i <i- '%• $ \ -t- New Yorb. Sept. 23.—$HW.9i'.; flr.^t i-unvertible v.. 05.08; second --t s 05 12; fiih'. c-iiiveriibie 4'4's 96.04 ; si'eniiil convei'tiLilu 4V4'a 95.50; third 4»j's 95.-IK. Sinking Rapidly. Si. l'aul, Hepi. 23. "ArclltiLuUop Ireland is sinking vapidly," was; the annouiiceiuent made td" the Ajsociat- cd pretia from the archbishop's homo shortly after 1:80 o'clock this 4tter- uoun. Pont refer to it ut the Btlronean war. It-'g "our w»r."—Aw>biso^ aiobo^

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