Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 28, 1927 · Page 7
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THE IQLA DAILY REGISTER. MONDAY EVENINg. NOVEMBER 28.1927. PAGE SEVEN TUESDAY, NOV.EMBEP 29 rPv The A 'SfKin'tril Rrrsil •programs In Central Stnmlard tlmp.. Ml ttme Is P. M. unl(>?-s otlu'nvl»«> In- llcatrd. Wavp Irn ^th"! nn lf ?tt of rail letJefs. kllncyclps on risht. 1 ' . _ ' 272.6—WPG Atlantic City—1100 7:iri—Hnar<1 of KfliK -.Ttloti Conct-rt 9:no—Ain-ilon rirl(lK.>>. " . 9:3i}—Tlarmnny Qnnrttt I0:."!«—Arl.-intic City C:i'.ino Orfhf«!tr« S SB 5.5—WBAL Baltimore-1C00 «;3n—.Male Qusrtft . 7:Aft—StromlMTr-Prirlsnn TToiir *-0n—l^nilxp Scliroiii.T. v.,|iijiiio 9:ftO~I>;iii ''P ''>rfii'-*-'r:i Sej.-C— WEE'I Boston—E20 R:fiii—I;v<ri>;i<ly Hi.nr ' 1:fiH-.ViirXlon Rrliltri' f;ain«'-« ' 9:40- Kllis ll..t.l <>rrli.rtr:i. , 461.3— WNAC Boston—850 7-fio— Jt .rM4 .y' .TIiNt-.inro* T-^fU—Ou'rV Tlnijp/* Tf'inlphf 9:00—fVrlcy Strvfii'" Drrli'--Ira ?02.8 ^WGh Bu«alo—990 7:.T1—."••niv Air VWavors S:(m—i:v(.r»nily Hour ;':<in—Auction BrlrtifP G .TinBs S:SO—Tlj.' r.iv:ilc|ilp 545.1—WMAK Buffalo-55n 7 ;IM)— Il.'frhnilt -Pi-ocr .Trn <i:;m_i-)l,j VavhSotifil nnivp Music > 1(1 I."— n .infc lYr.jrram |] 00—Al'-x T.ivlor. orc.nn ' 535.4— \yTIC :Hartfordt-560 , . .'•.;:;o—Wnlrtarf-AstVirl^ OrrhrRtrn C :n"— C'oininprrl •! Tru'--t Ativil-'-rs goo—Manninir-v^f.uiii .nM roni-<Tt r*;'IO—.\»fli '-.n RrMyo O.Tiir-q 422.3—WOR Newark—710 ^ .'to—fonimotlorc D.ivr— Orili^'tra M.irk Twain UcMiiMlM-, ncfs ' K:t>-i')iolr InviFiblo POTi—Pt. ..\n(lr^\v< .\fiiiv. Program |ir:(W—P'jppor Pot Or<ii.-tra ' 49V5-^WEAF New York—610 , . r.:no— \Vaiclorf-.\."toria Orrlifitr.i (::?.n—.><.TnI<:i After Ilinn.r i- T.on—On-nt Mnnifnts lii TTistor>- 7 no—S«*niy A!r W*-'"v>-rs S:oo—^^Kv.Vrcail.v Hour ««"oo—iitction Rri«li;»? C .Tnies " no—Tlio ravalra.l" 10 00—.lansft^n's Ilr.flir.iii On liestra 454.3-r-WJZ New York—660 n:On—Hot<-j Manner Or'-lif-:'tr:i fi:iO—f'ook"s Trav.'liiuu.— "Mapan" ^•/itt —Srrnntliere-r'ari*^f*tt Hour • s-flij—Thp iC^'nlineiitrila SOo— Tlje r;ainli'.li>'rs y:ao—Trav.'rs .mri Henrta '• td-tiO—Slumlier . MU.MC 405.2-^FI-WLIT Philadelphia—740 7:00—nreal .Mnnunls in lliNtory 7-:!0—Scalv .^ir W'f-av.is S tio—Kvi-naOy Tlmir !i:oi)—AiKlion P.riilc" Cimos S;:ili—The r.'ival'a.li- ?15.6—KDKA Pittsburgh-950 r .:flO— Ptrinpttofi,! Kii^r-nilil'? r. 0(1—Sarrril Siine Tonr. ri 7:((0—StronilK^rir-C'irlsoii IIi>ur h .Oft— Th«> ronlincntnin 374.8—WJAR Providence—800 S:O0-r-Kver<'nfIy ir .>nr ?:0(i-f-AnclIivn' P.riiiKi.' flumi-.s »:oO—Vaudc^lll'i . 277.6—WHAM. Rochester-10BO 7;00.i'-Stronil»i-iR;-f*;irls(ni Hour K;0(l —llaiiTli l .i.ml) (••nf<rt 'J:lio—Stuiliii I'rns'raiii iv.itv-l 1. ijorilon J'.lilrtwln. jTn .in 379.5—WGY Schenectady—790 7:3()—Ki'rilv Air W.av .iH S:Oo--Hv r.-.iily Il'.iir ;t.on—Alictl'.n lirlilk'i- ('.iiini'S M;3"l—TIic r:ival.:i(l.- 333;i—WB2 Sprinnfleld—90O .Iris'—I'..-rt Iii.l.iii'H Orrlic'-tra 7;(t(j: stronii'i-rK-Cailf'ou Hour KiO.",— rht-f Fnisf.H Iti.^lnjil.inM 4'B8.5—WRQ Washington—640 • 7-.0U—>^ri'nt MomontP In Uis',..ty 7:ri0 —Si."ilv. .Mr V.''.iv.-rfi S;00—F.vfr<-a<'.y Il<.nr 9:00—.-Vu'-ti^'n Iiri»li'»* Cani'-H • -.^J .-.lO—Th e t'av.iilailo . j SOUTHERN 296.9^\i'WNC A3hevil!e—JOIO . 0-00—Koni'.'worth Or.-h. str.-i j I 475.9—WSB Atlan(.i—fJO con—f<iai(?;Hi-oitii n-.-i \!.;:ijo -365.6—WEBH-WJjp Chlcatjo—820 CtOO—P;»Impr Hfinse Orchestra 7-..'in_f :Mly .Mr W.-|iv>-rs • 8:^0—.MnnFi.tii..4r» f^liHilren'." rroRram J ;Oa »-rt>n>wn Theater Program (! hrs.» 305.9—WGN-WtjIBChlcaoo—980 7rOO~oi(I-Fn':)iI '")V 'I Almanaek . ti^rtfl—Ktcri'Bilv Hbiir f<:no-.Au'-tIon nn.lco riames «t:?.<^—fUanlom VIr.lin U:CiO-—The iTnodliiniK - ' ' 344.S—WLS Chtcaao^BTO CM""—C.|I'C.» Inn Orr-li .-Mtra '.•lo _j'rr<"n.THtl''R in Xfu.ilc 447.5—WMAQ-WQJ Chlcaflo—«7t) f,:on-ft,lcii';o Theater OrRah C".o--l iiniKT Mu'.lr S:uO—V. rnf.n Kri'ctnlile. V. Krake. t,;,nt..n'' !> 00-S;i-%( II- tlcti^l rirchexlra 20J.2-WSAI Cincinnati-8» 7 '.0 ••>;I\II 11 M I 'KPirrani' i:vr.rca/Iy Hour 'cno.-AiicMon FtrMiK' OamM VjSn-.Tlip ravil(^n(l<' " 399.8—WTAM Clevaland—7U 7:00—«;ronl .Mom'-nts. In Mlclory 7:.tfl-Sealy Air \V<-avcrs S:00 .:-Kv<'r<'n'lv Hour 0:00—Atirtlnn nrldrrc n.ime" ;(:.7o—The r-avnl.-.ntle . 282.8—WAIU Colun(»b.n—1060 n :00—staffs R.-siniirant firehcstra S:."0 —l)<>JiIor-\Vatllrk Orcl>pi«tra 499.7—WFAA Dallas—600 7:r.n—«-,-i.a: . Momonts, In History 7:vO—.s»>alv Air Weavers o:'io—Howard Payno Coliepre Rpcllal 1(5.00—Muslrn! Procrnm 374.8— woe Davenport— BOO 7:00—Knur porront Poys s:i.o—Kveready Hour ; J:0"—.Auction rtriOce Ganie.s 535.4—WHO Des Moines—560 «:0n-Kverindy H..iir ri :iO_Aiicti.-,r, Jiiiijli;.! flames Til.• r:^\•ilh^\•,>^ 3".H' -.l.>ns.«en.o llrtflirau Oroli.-str* 440.9—WCX-WJR Detroit—680 ,'; ."li—r;nMl,-<.rt<-"« Wnetian ICn.semble t;;::c —1*l'f> I>rratner« 7:00 -stroniljcia-rarlson Orehe.etra •J:c"-r..d Apple riiibi(2 hrs.l 352.7—WWJ Detroit—850 7:o.'> —(Ji-.-at Jlonientf: In History 7::;0—Scalv .Mr Weavers (r;/)/)_p-jVrea.iy Hour ;•:(:"—.\urtion P-ridue Games »:"0—The Pavalcade 4:2.3—WOS Jefferson City—710 S:I">—Voratlonal Radio Pehool 370.2—WDAF Kansas City—810 7:10—."^-aly Air Weavers S:oO—i;v< ready Hour ;i:0ft—.Auction Brldire Games y no—Folcer's J'-rrnn.l>t 29319—WTMJ Milwaukee—Wa P:(i(i-Aiirtion Pridire Games r'::M - The f'avalciiiti; • l":.;i)- i:.[Clc.s- Frolic 405.2-'WCCO Minneapolis-St. Paul—746 7::!n-f".'Soullurn Siin.«hlne" S:<)(1 J-Kveready I Tour :i:i:0 )-.Aurlii.n Ilrldce Games ;i::io^-Tril.oioiIlaiis ' S08.2—WOW Omaha—590 r "0—Hiitil Fonlenelle OrcheKtra S:00_<;corc'> H. l.ee ProRram !':iiir—AiKtii.ii Itrldcc Games :/.3ii—Tlie-'•avalcailf. MOM'N POP. r ^B \LL .m GONNA LET CWCK fAAKE '^OIJ ACQUWM JEp VilTH THE, EMPLOVEES IN -THE OFFICE SONOblJL FEEL^ AT rtOKE. >NHEH ^00 STftRT To VJORv: OON'T VyORf?Y> ABOUT ME -m AT AOME YIHEBE -I eVER I! HANQ X OONfr VCKOM ^HAT \<\HO OF AN. IMPRESSION BILL'S GOVMQ To MAVCB AT ?6l ^O TTiE O1rFlCE-rl'LLBe90RPRV «SED \f SOWEOPTrtB BCf^S IJ^T^E ^HiPP \N <3 ROOt^ DON'T -THROW H^^A OUT QUICK OBSERVING. m TAYEOR MEWS NOTES FROM COLONY K. M. (lintliT .'oirs (ldi>ken.x Vfer« rrrmiDiiis nt Uarnett Ponltry Show., (nloiiy Foothflll Witts F/nnI Uame. 302.8—WOAI Safi Antonio—990 S 30—Gebhardt Mexican Players 545.1—KSD S 7-(in—Great M..in<n r..;«- s.aly Air W Louis—550 s in History 'SVcfK « 0((—|.;yf.n'a,|y Hofir :i iHi—AtiilU/.i ISridpc Games ICoC—I!a<Jlo ("avalcnde 348.$—KVOO Tulsa—860 7 :!0-S.aly Air Wi-xvi-rs (i-;io - V..0 .1I ("i.ni-err . . —: tt:(r(j. - |ri«'tninii.nt.-il I'oncert 344.8— WCQp Zion—870 S-oo-Zii.n < ircIi.-K!!-a. Collide Trio, Hale Quartet and VuoallMta 325 9—KOA Denver—920 7:^0—ftrown P:ilnri> Hotel Orchestra S ;:'.o—l-*:inil (^11. -si l<".II IJox ;t:(ii;—Auction Hrldce Instructloo U:2*j—l>:incc Procram 7:*'t'.—'I'niv.i of Gf S .(to —l-'vcrcady H'-;i- y:00—Anctii.ii Pri!:--': i- 245.8-^WDOD Chat:nooD-i-12M 7:00—IlCitcl I'.-itt.:! — - fc;(»o—(.'lai'jjic.il I':" •:^:.:-.. 3S4.4r-KTHS Hot Si.i.igs—780 • r :On— .\uctiinjir;d..c ;.. . - Il S;.''.0—t:ity o' ..<^-c- ' •.•::-.o— Dane/. aiM '^c - !. 1 r • 336.9— WI J AX J .-cl-.senvillc—830 • r:0'i-FJitiil^ T'. : r <'i-cli...-lr:i 7:P(|—(>:rin.«- :it! ^ t;00—-Pance ilu-; • • 461.3—V.'HAS Louisviilo—650 7 'no— ICcntu; ;v It.IcI iirclicura . R:i(i—Kv.rc;.. J- II..ur • l':DU—Aiictiori i;::.iuV- G:(.-i-.<;a 626—KYW Chlc-.Bo-570 7:00—S'roirti. :s.f i.! i(i>ur . s .1^11—The i ''.!it;ii..ui • .; ;. 00—t"ou~-,-. • ^ < ..iv: ; l((;oO—Kenr.rLv :.;;•!. rs WESTERN ; - 468.5—KFI Los Anoeles—640 ]0:r.o—.\uction llridpe Games 11:00—Kveready Hour 12:0(1—N". H. C. I'roBram . 336.9—KNX Los Angeles—^ I(l:n,>—liirinicro Hotel Orchestra i ' 1! :00—CUine.-e Theater Procram 12:00—Cocoanut Grove Orchestra 384.4—KGO Oakland—780 10:30-.Auction P-ridj-e Lessons ) ir .oo—F.veready-Hour 12iOO—P.ctolrl Tales 508.2—KLX Oakland—590 • " 5:30—Oinuer Concert ' T' lu:t"J—Variety Hour i .4154.3—KFRC San Francisco—60(j" o4in—Th** recili:ins l(i;«0|—f'Jiell l>il .'^crenailers n :On—T)ance Orchestra ^ .422.3—KPO San Francisco—710 ' S:f,ft—St:ite'< Restaurant Orchestra • 10:!;(i—Aui-Iion ISridce Lesson I 11:'.'U—-N'. B. C. Program . M ; 447 .5—KFOA Seattle-^70 I0;.10-^.Anciion Briil(ie Games "-WB 11:0(1-icveieady Hour " '''!2S 12:00—X. IJ. «.;. Program Cljfi 370.2—KHQ Spokane—810 '?>3 10:^.0—.\uction HrldRe Games '^•1 12:0(1—X. !>. c. Pro-;ram ^' l;00a—Da\eiiport Hotel OrcbesU* .i ,JJ|.W.;.V.VB_irrli»t^ I {•OIX)NY. Kaiis.. Nov. 2a.— and .Mrs. PauliTIolzapfcl were here from Kansas City to spend ThaiiksRivinK with his parents. .Mr. and .Mr.-(.= P. CV HolzapfeL .Ali.-s Ksther Palm, Carl Palm and .lack Ttintei' arrived Wednes- ilay evening from K. 1'.. lor the Tlianksgivin.? vacation. -Mr. Cilmoie, manual jraining ! trachei, left" Thur.sday morning for iii.H home at .Manhattan, to 1 spend the week-end. Hiss .Marian Marshal, whoteach*- e.s jji Kan .'ia.s City, is .spending lire Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, .Mr. and .Mts. W. AL Mar- .s:hal. • "• Mr. and Mr.-;. Roht. Hoi<l and litrle sdiis wiio have' l )ePn Iii'i^e for .-^onie time visiting liis pareiil.s,' Mr. and -MiSi. All Hord. have left • for tlieir home in western Colorado. They went via Wiehita where they will vi.'-ii liis hrotlier, Nanford Hori). and wife. Alton Speese and I .A ;na • Klzon were up frtim Cliaiinte. Thaiika- giyiiiK (la.v.,guests at tile home of his parents. .Mr. and .Mrs. Prank I'reose. j.Mr. :iiid .Mrs. .lohn Haiinali and cliildrtn ari' heie from Halsteail vlKltin /t her sister.-Mts. T;. T. Har- i-nii. and family, atuf oilier relatives-. .MiK.-'i s Kvelyii and Bprfha Well.s are hero fioin Wichita spending Ilic weik-end Willi their parents, .Mr. and .Mis. M. UVIIs. They will rrlnrn lo Wichlla' .Monday to n- !;nme their Work ar Tmsiiiess college and .Miss Yvonne UcHler will •(Ccompany ihem and will <i|roll in Ihe .same college. .' )•:. .M. Chillterion entered some, of his i.jultry at the chicken show ,-ii f;.'irnetf .'ind won .several premiums, lli- also fook third place i among ti;(ise enteved fjir romii'.g the farthest distance to attend the show. j C.nloiiy high SCIKJOI' finished its football season in a blaze of glory Thanksgiving morning at OaTnett when they took the county capifol to a neat trimming. By a flashy play in the first few minutes of the game Colony scored a touchdown, which was the only score made but except for a couple of I'ortunate breaks the score would have been three times six for Colony and the Carnett tvani was clearly outplhyed during the entire game. A large and enthusiastic crowd of fans attended the game and before play started q goat attached to a small cart, jjiich decorated with Colony COIQ>-.S was driv- 111 about the field IniT after the game started- Oarnett never felt it worth while to bring their "goat" to the front. This win for Colony gives ihem the connty championship and' also championship, in their class, for a considerably larger territory. COrXI.NY. .\ov. 2C.—Mr. and Mrs. C.iiy I.ongstreth are here from DeSoto. visiting his parents. j.Mr. and .Mrs. Tlios. I^onestrcth. and other relatives. .Mr. .-nd .Mrs. Mert Post and chili- dren spent Thanksgiving with rl-liJ- lives at Blue Monnd and .Mrs., Po.st remained for the week-end. Mr. and .Mrs. :0. F. Coodell-and ell, (dthcM 53ve<] an-J aseS ^ai dvtd, V And mothet knows of that. So, now she'll go aihopping liS Hu pocketbook is^flat. STOCK MARKETS .TORNDdWNNOW Markingr Up And Ford ihent Is Call Money Announce- Cause ANNOUNCEMENTS Strayed, Lost, Fonnd 10 GOJ\T—Ladies* golden bj-own car­ acul coat, fox co'.Uir. "lost from M. \V. A. cheek room. Reward for return. Call 121S. New York. .\ov. iS. (AP)—.Marking up of the call i loiiey rate from to 4 pel cent ihe first cham^e in about a month, ti rned the course 01 stock prices reactionary tqday alter an earlier period of strength. The higher call rate, which is geu-J ejally believed ; tilt; be temporary, followed the f aJhMe of] ^Ixmi (tuo .ijtio'in banH Toeriij.:: In view of tbe i:dl>ltt advance Ijn l)riq .ei.H. in ^lie" last few weeks, a re- \ actfotT has been witle'Jy predicted j on technical grounds; and KOme of, lodoy'.s liquidation probably was [ inspired by the first announcement 1 of the new Ford car and the publication of another series of iin- Z.'_!favoiable October railroad! earn- TRAVELIXG BAC—Black leather, 'lost between Blue .Mound and Humboldt. Rea.sonable reward. .1. D. Sage. Humboldt. Kansas. Humboldt phoiie l'i;5. _ $11.2.-. TIED L-P—in lady's white handker'chfef. Finder please leave I at Re .2i >:ter office. Reward. AUCTIONS Anctlons PUbJ.,IC AUCTIO.V -Public auction every Saturday at 1:0U o'clock at I Blshop'8 Salea Pavilion. PUBLIC AL'CTIOX—Furniture ot n WeHhtiiday. November .30.. at l:30i p. m.. consisting of ranger, nearly i lieNiv; .cabinet; kitchen .table; Xl^ dining chairs; rockers: . hed YALE ELECTRIC CORPORATIOM i BROPKLYN.N.Y. Oiicajto SaoFnocisco YaleRadi<^ Batteries [ . FOR SALE BY SHANKON'S Dorsett Produce Co. 1204 Enst Street, lol» Phone Cash fur RonltEy and Eggt We will Mme after ntioltry. Call 08 any tfmei ' 70S i GRENNAN'S MARKET Corner KuM .Vonroe uiid Elm Sfs. We Want Your Poultry, Eggs and Hides. 1 A>D OIRI'IK^E XI MBEK l.S 876 luln's I'nMuce House SInre 1911. ('.'(). ('(XUIILL, .Miiniiger. i .Mls.ses Zelda and Frani-es were i'rhaiiksgivinf! gnesls of Dr. and i.Mr.s. \V. .1. Hatfield at Reading. The' llatfieUls are preparing to make a trip to ludiauu during th" holidays. Carl WilAon and Olin iMinckley were df>wii from; Ottawa lor the weck-cjitl. -Mr. and .Mrs. Jack -.McDown. who' hav(> jeen fainiing near Chanute' !>or tlie la.si two year.s. will mov(> f ;l>u<'k to Ibis community, having jrented a farm oasl of town, i .Mrs. Uittie .Murrey ha.s been hero 'from .Nebraska visiting her brother. |l''lr)rls Halii. and family. I Mr. and .Mrs. John Kent and children spent Thanksgiving at the home, of .ills sister, -Mrs. (ieorgi? Mnthes at Chanute. Hevinait Scott i:i working at In- depeiitleiiee. Mr. and .Mrs. Al Smith and daughters KsUicr. Verlie and .Marie vIKlted Tliank.sglving with her par-' en(s. .Mr, and .Mrs. H. P. Uendrix :iml family at Cherryvale. Friends here will be interested to.know of the marriage of-Miss Coi-a Seeiier- to .Mr. Clarence Hart, who is I'ostmaster at Perry. Kans. Tlvey were married at Richmond. November lUf the Kov. >Ierle AV. Whitlow, fofmer pastor here, performing the .'ceremony. .Miss Seeber logs statements. Kansas City Prod 'afe Kansas City, Nov. 28. (API— Uutterfut: creamery, 50c; in large (luantities. -l.'ic; packing. 29c. Butterfat: 4:ic; premium extra quality. :!c. Kggs: firsts, 42c; seconds, 2Gc candled current receipts, ^7c. Poultry: heavy hens. 18c; light hens, 1-lc; springs. 17(f}20c; roosters. IOC'S 1-lc; duck .s, 15crfil8c;j geese, lie; turkeys, 3fic "ft :{rie. —— "e -. . . : BUSINESS SERVICE < MERCHANDISE Bnslness Serrke.s Offered 18 Articles For Sale »1 LET i:S SAVE-^Those leaky auto tops; Ford touting tops dres ^fed. for one w^eek. $1.50; coupe tops. fl.OO. Work giiaranteed. Smith> I'.arage. *24 North street. ^ COAL STOA^:—Oood one for sale. V. C. Archer. 810 East street LET i:S SAVE-^Those leaky auto tops; Ford touting tops dres ^fed. for one w^eek. $1.50; coupe tops. fl.OO. Work giiaranteed. Smith> I'.arage. *24 North street. ^ KIFLE— Good 22 Remington repeater, also single barrel shotgun and good, washing-machine with •wrifvger. 24 South Vermont street. Dressmakinif and .WiliDery 2) Business and Office Equipment S4 AY ANTED—Scwiiig, ropair work of all kinds, relining coats. Price.s reasonable. AVork guaranteed. Mrs. Cootlrich. 1206 East Neosho. Phone lllSJ. , TYPEWRITERS—For sale, rent or trade. Williams T>-pewriter Coils East Madison. AY ANTED—Scwiiig, ropair work of all kinds, relining coats. Price.s reasonable. AVork guaranteed. Mrs. Cootlrich. 1206 East Neosho. Phone lllSJ. , Farm Equipment ' SSA Moving, Tniclilnp, Storaiire 25 W.YGO.V BOXES— New wagon boxes,' S?.tl to *32.r>0. Allen Couaty Implement Co.. South Jefferson.^ CALL DEAN TRA .VSFBR — Phom; SSa. will move you by hour or contract, with experienced mcn^;—^ W.YGO.V BOXES— New wagon boxes,' S?.tl to *32.r>0. Allen Couaty Implement Co.. South Jefferson.^ CALL DEAN TRA .VSFBR — Phom; SSa. will move you by hour or contract, with experienced mcn^;—^ .! Fuel, Feed. Fertilizers ^6 CALL DEAN TRA .VSFBR — Phom; SSa. will move you by hour or contract, with experienced mcn^;—^ ^VLF.VLFX HAY—For sale. J. Fred Schmidt. 4 miles south on State .'stiteet: Phone 974-12. WHEN YOU MOVE— Or store yoar goods call Corr's Transfer. Office 140. residence 140. ^VLF.VLFX HAY—For sale. J. Fred Schmidt. 4 miles south on State .'stiteet: Phone 974-12. EMPLOYMENT Good Tilings to Eat &7 Help Wanted—Female . 32 PiCCi^NS—For sale. 15c per pound. W; A. Dawson. lola Route 1. Phione 971F11. WHITE GIRL^For general house- PiCCi^NS—For sale. 15c per pound. W; A. Dawson. lola Route 1. Phione 971F11. swing; reznor.-; wash i board; wringer; Congoleum rug: radio; heaterif. [nearly new; dressers; buffet: table; bookcase; tubs; sanitary cot; curtains; ' dishes; cooking iutensils: lots -.if , other 1 things wo iiumerffus to ni^ntioii. West -Veosho. Phone- 71n.r. WOAIAN WA.NTED—For housework in country. Address '"L. M." care^ Regi.ster. _ Help Wanted—.Wale as Uonsehold Gooda 68 (;AS RANGES—See our gas ranges, bargains. We exchange. •; Hen- iiiJi^er'.s Furniture Store. . Wanted—To Boy 06 This is i all gobd furniture and;- , - ; 7",; —— CORN—Pay 5c above market price. must .sell as 1 am leaving. Mrs.!-^'-^^N—For farm work. Bealty Kay.| Brv^e Armacost, 1 mile east, Ella-.Mitchem. Col. A. ('.• OMver. [ P''""^ r '7n-.i.'i. i miiti south Tola. ^ .Auctioneer.? AUTOMOTIVE Automobile Agencies IK . t. liny by \Kansas City (API- ears. . tirades. ov. 2:-!. IA PI— It. a. Dept. of .\Mricul!niei. H.^y iiflchangeii. K)in«ns City Hiiy Kansas t'iiy. .Sov. 2S, Haj- unchanged: receipts 9:; ca Timothy. No. 1 I2.m)(</1:1.00. Standard ll.iiO«rll.50; No. 2 9 .50 (fi lO.r .1); .\o. :{ 8,00(fi!U)0; Prairie No. 1 io.(lO(f/12.0i»;' .\o. 2 S.00fi9.5U; .No. ?, (;.1 )U<ii 7 .5»; Altai-| fa. choice 2i>.!i0(li 21.M: So. 1 J8..TO (fi 20.00; Standard 17.00(1/18.00; .•<o. 2 U.onifiK;..'.!!: .\o. ri !).oo(fx i:{.i;0; Clover mi.xed light, Xo. 1. • 10.50Wll.OO; .No. 2 7..50(?? 10.00. A USED CAR—Is an luepeudable ua the dealer who soils it Dodge Sales and Service. The best place to buy good, dcpunda'ile used cars. At present we havjo a complete line ot both open aiid closed models, priced to sell.j Elli.i Moior Co.. 2H North Washington^ HUD30N-ESSEX^S;jle.s"and Service. Bud White .Mbtor Co.. 219 South Washington. Phone 180. MARRIED MAN—Wanted to work RAGS—Clean light colored, at tho on dairv farm. See William Staf-. xiii-rMor nffice ford. Phone 946F21. ' •"'"^^'^ .. : L WANTED TO BUY—All kinds of FINANCIAL cattle and hogs. .1. C. Butcher. Jtoney to L«nn—Morlnapes PAR.M AND CITY LOANS—Base rate on farms, 5'., city c;, Umg or short time. U. .M.- Cunningham, •111 j WANTED TO BUY-Good coalj ~ range. Call F. C. Johnson. Phone: 9761^22. ; I I FARM LOANS— Quick .«ervice and reasonable rates. A. D. Hawthorne.: 21.1 S." Wu.shington. .MO.VEY TO LO.A.\—On farms or 'city properly. Lowest rate. Stewart * Funk. Automobiles F(ir .Sale 11 A REAL SPECIAlL-i-192C llupmo^ bile six sedan, only $:tr .O. We biiv. 1-AIONEY TO LOA.V—On real estate, sell and trade. Alexander Auto j repayable in small monthly payments. The,se loans never come due —better because cheaper and more convenient. Securitj- Building A: Loan Assn.. 1st Natl. Bank Bidg. •4- WA.VTKD—Shepherd, Collies. FoX: Teri-ie".s. Sjllz Puppies. Descrlbo: age and price. So mongrels want-; ed at any price. E. A. RIckeits, i Kincaid, Kans. j ROOMS AND BOARD Knns.tx t'lty Liveslook. Kansas City. .Nov. 2S. lAPl- (C. S. Dept of Agriculture).—^Hogs was emplo.vcd at the Colony S)ate j ".'>00; fairly. .ictlve. strong to, 10c bank ai;d is a niece of .Miss Anna j higher than Friday's average; Hoffmeier. j stock pig.s weak to' 25c lower; -M. S. Culler is here from Illinois for an extended stay with relatives. .Miss HazeliRoberts is visiting at the home [of Ijor brother, Clyde Roberts, at Hutchinson. packer-shipper top 19.15 on 220 to MOO lbs.; bulk 180 to 300 lbs.. |8.7."> fn 'j.irt; 140 to 170 lbs.> $S.OO@S.V)J; packing sows. $7.00(818.00; stock pigs, mostly $8.00(5 8.50. , , Cattle, 19.000; calves, 4.000; beef lola -l-H Club iie^rinji a »w Year. i>teers and yearlings opening very The lola community 4-lJ t-lnb be- j slow and steady to weak; she slock gan a new year .November 22, by. slow, steady: IMIIIS firm; vealcrs Iho election of new officers at thev weak to 50c lower; stockers and Lincoln school building. The feeders ful'.y steady; Ijulk short fed meeting was called to order by the;steers eligi'bic to sell around $11.00 Sales & Supply Co.. 20.'; S. Washington. _PhonoJ{SS. _ __ CHRYSLER "60" . SEDAS-— 1921 Biuck rbadster; 192.S Essex coupe; '27 Ford, coupe; '2(1 Star coach, j All are in good shape. We trade.! Ros.s Arbuckle's (;ara ,i ;e. Chrysler] dealers. Phone 5b". LIVESTOCK Horses, Cattle. Vehicles 48 MILK COW—Good jersey, giving milk. Can lie seen in town. Shelly .Motor Co., lis W. Jackson. Pbo. O. K. USED CARS -1924 Ford roadster; 1924 Ford touring: 1923 Ford roadster: 1922 Ford coupe; 1921 Dcdge touring:*!921 Dodge roadster; 19ls" Dodge touritig; 192C Studebaker sedan; 1924 (Jhevrolei touring; 1926 Chevrolet truck, chassis and cab; 1924 ton truck, with grain bott, Overland tot-ring; 1919 Oakland MALE HOG—Good one. Ray touring. Shelly Motor |Co.. IIS, chambers, one mile east, three MILK G0.AT5—Ail kinds bought, sold and exchanged. Phone 9C;i. Chimney Sweep. RoOiH!* without Board S8 SLEEPING ROOM-Close to the; sriuare,' Phone 96. _- • ; Hoftins For Housekeeping 69; noo.MS— 2 for light housekeeping. Phone 947W or 304. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Farms and Land For Rent 76 160 ACRE FARM—For cash. rent, three miles southwest of lolsi. C. L. Arnold. Phtnie 9S7F12. pl truck I : I " 6""<i aiwi riierroIPt PIOS—3 nice pigs weighing about! Brannon, 315 .N. Wa Vq-f I ' «0 lbs. each. 24 S. Vermont street. = • ~r- ~ '.. .' Houses For I West Jackson. Phone 60 vice-president. Harry Greathouse, wlio held order until the president was electeU which was John Wilson, wlio then took care oX the. unfinished business. Raymond. Baker was elected vice-presldetat. Ralph Rem.-'berg, secretary and treasurer: Harry Greathoiise, club rVporter. the meeting was attended by LI boys, three of them fferesriBitw ...meBtbeea.: —r -new membeja.i jvfre, adnUltetl lato the club after fthey had Undergone an initlalloii, given them b.v the old members aiid the club leader, Carl lies. Mr. lies told how the club had done last .vear a'nd'he saiil we had to do even hot tor thin year to make our, club work worth while. After his talk we elected our vice-presidents for each division bf the club. The vice-president for the dairy division Is Ray Conger; pig division; Albert Cornell. 'I'he vice-pres"idents from each division are to help the ncc- «il4."«; veal top $13.00; stockers and feeders f8.50<f?11.0i». Sheop. 8.000; la.mhs. - generally steatly; strong to 25c higher; top fed lambs -$13.80: others ;n3.:l5(f/ 13.75; shorn yearlings $10.75; top ewe.s. $C.60. ^ Kun .sas (ity.Oraiii Kansas City, Nov. .28. (API — Wheat: receipts 195. cars; unchanged ta 1 cent h gher: No. Z ! J^orth tLaHarpc. OAKL.A.VD ^ Dealers — PJO.VTIAC '21 Oakland sport touting. like 240 ACRES—Well ;improved, -100 f under cultivation, balance hay and pasture; a good stock farm. L. E. ashington. Kent 77 new; '25 Buick light six fine shape; '24 Buick louring, roadster. Poultry and Supplies 49 1 BL'.VG.AIX)W—Five room modern, double garage. 515 North street, lola. Owner. A. T. Cundy, Gsis. good, new tires; '25 Foril tudor: •2C Ford road.ster. good: [25 Foi-d coupe: '26 Chevrolet coach, like new; "25 Chevrolet tourjng; "26 Chevrolet touring, like new. Sev-- eral other cheaper used cars. Cash, terms or trade. Hobart I ^lotor Co. COTTAGE^-S rooms, newly fur- 12 BARRED ROCK COCKERELS- j njshed. Inquire 422 Cottonwood. From trap nested hens with- records from 196 to 254. The damk of some of these cockerels madi! official records of 225. 236, 254 in | the International egg-: leying coni- test at East' I>ansing. .Micljigaiil l!'2ti. Pljo«io|76.") or call at 1016 East street. ; COTT.AGE—Good 5 room modem, close In. for rent after Dec. 1. Phone j!l. ' t HOUSE—-Vice little :{ room, furnished: all to itself. .Phone 1268J. Wanted^Live Stock 50 dark hard. I.:t9'.i.'?i(l.50; .No. :{.! FORD BARGAI.V.S- 1.39(fil.43: No. 2 hard. -1.28ff 1.40'i.: .No. 3. 1.21 Viff 1.39; .No. 2 ed. nominally 1.40(ril.4:! 1-2: .No. .:. i;35ffil.41>2. . CIo.se: December 1.2^.^^: .May. 1.28 3-S. Corn: receipts 208 cars. I'n- changed to 1 1-2 cents higher: .No. 2 white. T9ifJ'79 1-2: .No. 3. 7C 3-4 f(77 1-4; .No. 2 yellow.. 80-% «i 82: .No. 7Sii(f(79i-i: -No. 2 mixed. 78 l-2«ff80 1-2- No. 3. 7«%(ff .77. Close; December S" :!-S; .May. f WILL .START president In making out the pro-{.S7 7-X; July 90 7-8. gram for the year which will be | Oats:; receipts 4 cars; unchanged; given at our monthly meeting i (o 1-2 cent higher: .No. 2 white. FORD. 1926 ROADSTER. FORD. 2 192.'. f^orPE.S. -hjRl). 192.-; ROAD.STKR. FORD. 1922 TOl'RI.VG. t L\ll of these cars are fii good shape and can be ^iiin based on eaKy terms. -liOYER MOTOR f'O. 212 S. .lEFF. PHONE 2.! cottontail r: bbit SO.ME GOOD HOUSES—For rent. See \Y. A. Wheeler, Kellev Hotel Bid-.;. 7;"''^:^r^^'!s. j rio^^V-^-Partly-mod- 216^ Wetjtsjrept. Fntiik JBrodbe<[k. MERCHANDISE Articled For Sale CIll.N'A CLOSOT—flood; round <lfn- ing table and 906 East .strf-^t. ';AS RA.NGE troit Jewel, a <'hestiiut. ern. furnished, on paved street. Jackson Rea^y Co.. over Brown's* Drug Store. _ _ ^ 6 chairs; sell cheap. - White enamel De- bargaiii. 203 South 1NCITBAT0R-- Farms and Land For Sale . 83 FOR SALE-.4 acres with 6 room ' house, city water and cistern, store house.'garage, poultry house , and barn, some fruit, place fenced = and near the slab on good graded road, priced to sell. A. D. Hawthorne. ' WEI ^rT IMPROVED 80 ACRE5S— wMch will'be in December. nominally 50 fr 52: -No. 3. nominally 50Jf52; .No. 3. nominally 49Tt "The poorest tiay that passes over i 51. il.i Inthe (onflux of two efernities; i .Milo maize: .1.28 Tf 1.32. it i.i maile'up of currents that is-i Kaffir: 1.2S<f}1.2S, stie from the remote^ future and j Rye: 9G <!t 97. tile remotest past.—f,'arlyle. Barley: 74 W 76. - iAuto Accessorie.s, TIre.s Farts 230-cgg Bell City., ^.pl, established filling sta- good as new,; ajso Rhode I.sland ticn on main trail north and south. Red pullets. Address "A," care i price J6.600 for both. .VL A. SchUtk. Register. .1.1 I Houses For Sale 8* KAFIR FODDER—Goose featliers. I WRECKl.NG —Chevrolet Superior. 3 heifer calves; also want some-;MODERN HOUSP>-Furiiished, good Used parts, tires and batteries.: one to cut hedge on shares. .A. D. I locatioir; or will-rent. Phbne 656 for appointment with owner. ! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I'MSOOOAAl'MAD AT TA€ FOR COMIM' OJER 7D OUR AOUSe AAl" SAY/Al" irS DIRTl&R TWAAi TTi.tlR )X0OS^- I'M- 60AO/OA

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