Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 2, 1927 · Page 7
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• ''^ 'f- , ' / ' , . ^ ^ THB ibLA D/JLY ttEGlg^E^, FaiDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2,1927. PAGE PROGRAMS '• IBj; Tfta AxapeUittA Pn^l. I Programs In Central Standard time. time Is P. M. unless otherwise In- tdlcateS. "Wave lensths on left of call letters, kilocycles on right. 272.6—WPG Atlantic ckty—VM •S;00—Whlte> .Revu^ 9:00—Ray-o-Vje Twlni» 9:S0—Atl.antic City Casino Orrhestra 10:00—FoHes BerRere Orchestra a0 :30—Silver Slipper Orbh<>!rtra 285.5—WBAL Baltimore—1090 Er-IO—Dinner Grche.stra n:.10—Jubilee SInpers ":00—X. Y. Svmphony Orchestra SrOfr-^Philoo Hour . . S:20 —P-altlmorip Municipal Band ; isS.S—WjEEl Boston—820 n :0«—IValdorf-Asto'ria Orchestra ."•••.ac— l.!do Venice Orchestra flrJC—Pnrker Hotue Orchestra ' 7:00—Jwew Tor|t S.vmphony Orchestra S:OP—Old Gold on Broadway 451J—WNAC Boston—650 «;:flfl—Jacques Urnard's Orchestra 7:!!()—TIccrs-SprlTicfleM Hockey 9 :05— "I.* raradis" Band 10 :03 —Mnrey Pearl's Orchestra' ^ 302.8— won Bvfral »y «9a 7:<»—Th» We-k^Enders S;JO— Old Gold on Broadway ! 549.1—WMAK Buffalo—MO —Palais Royal Dinner Music ;fi:3'V—Shea's Unfralo Theater 7:30—Mujilcal ProRTani • '8:JH—Proitram of Classics^ 3:00—Popular lYoKram B3S.4—WTIC Hartford—5«0 5 :00 —NVw Vork fSvniphonv Orrhestra 422.3—WO R Newark—710 , r .;r .0 —Hotel Sh<Uon K[i«emWe, .«;?'»—T'eppcr Pot Orrho«lr:i 7;J!>—.Soprano. hnr|fo»ie. vinlln. »:(K)—namli <T «ter l.lttlr Symphony 9:ir.—liof»'I .Tnd Orfhi-f'.rii .3 I J :00 —Villa Y <-nl''e Orchestra 491.ft;r-WBAr Navy Vork—610 f;:ftft—Waldoff.Astoria Orchestra <; on—Sr.dih S»« Wartdera v;:30-Xhe Hlith JInkers S:nA -.^M Oojrt on Broadway 9;/)n—Palais d'Or Orrhestra 1 i ap:00— Park e »ntral Orchestra 454.3—iyjZ New York—WO " r.:ftft— A\ Friedman's YVfchestra r. no—Hotel Astor Orchestra 7 on—New Tnfk Svniphdnv-Orchestra )!:Oo—phlico Hour "S«vc<'thearts" !>:W- Kej-sfone Duo. Prtlladerrs 9:.'!0--r>')rothv IToa-o. Muted Trumpets .le.OO-Sltimber Miisic - , 315.6—KDKA Pittsburgh—350 . n:nr,— •Westlnghqiise B.nnrl C:00—Address. Cnir. of Pittsburgh r--.?.0 —Concert ^ • 7:00^Xew Torlc Symphony Orchesilra S:00—Phllco Knur 483.6—WJAR Providence—620 j 7:00—Xew York Symphony Orcheijtra 1 277.6-WHAM Rochester—1080 • r .:4:.—Onnndape Hotel Orchestra i r.-r.n —Major and Miner—two olnnois 7 :r .o—Xow York f^ymphony Orchestra S:nn— Philco Hour • 9:00—Studio Proeram 10:00—S.igamore Hotel Orchestra . 379.6—WGY Schenectady-790 nisn -iHotelOnondaKe,Orchestra r.:n'),^The Hieh-Jlnkers 7:30—Old Gold on Broadway :10:00—JTotel T<'n Kyck Orchestra 333.1—WBZ-SpringfleM-r-900 • E';30—Jack Morer's Orchestra r.:JO—Concorde Male Quartet , 7:10—Boston Symphonv Orchestra t;:»-^Hotel Statlcr Orchestra 356.9— CKCL Toronto—840, •0:00—Instrumental Trio 468.5—WRC Washingtonr-^O R:00—Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra 8:00— BIMP Talk •/:n()—Kitt Hour of Mu.«le S:nn— Phiirn Hour J;00—Cluh St. Marks Orchestra 36SX—WEBH .AfrJitai Cfiicagj—830 «:00!—Palmer Ifouse Orcheatn 7TW —c^^^»lcal Hour 8:00—Sludio Program fl hrs.) 11:00—KdRovrtiter Beach Orchestra *C hrs.) 30S.b—WGfi-WLIB Chlcatfo-leaO 7:30—Drake Concert Kns^mbla .S;00—Saseha Corado. baritone 8:30—^Artbfnse T.arsen. orjan 9:00—Mark Lovo. basst) 11:00—Th.- I ^K >dlums / • 344.6-^WLS Chleaoor-870 HJO —College Inn Orchestra 7:30—rNational Bam Dance 5:43—Hockey. BLickhawks vs. Boui gers 11:30—National Bam Dance 447.5—WMAQ-WQJ ChlcaQO—S70 6:00—Chicago TheatJ-r Organ 6-30—Dinner Concert S:flfl—Radio Photolo-; «:3i»—Pratt A Slierman. Songs 9:00—Stevens Hotel Orchestra (3 hrs.) 361J—WSAI Cincinnati—330 B:."!©-Hotel'Slnton Orchestra ! 7:00—The House Party i!;00—Hill Billy Program S:0«—Palais d'Or Orcherfro 10:00—Brunswick Recording Orcheatr* 399.8—WTAM Clevels-!-::-750 ' «:00—Fifth City N'e.->nolHa;-.3 7:W1—Blue Flash Indians • S:r ,0 -i\Vlllard Cavnli«-rn 9:00—Wandering lllnstreta S45.1—WFAA Dallas—9M 9:M —Abllore I.'niverslty Program 10:0n—llakcr Tfotei Orchestra 11:30—Pnlarc Theater Feuturt'S 374,»-WOC Davenport—300 B:IB—<'blnir'i Cmcirt 7:on_N'ow Vork Symphony Oichpstra 8 :00— Phlko Hour 535.4—WHO Dei Moines-560 7:00—New York .''ymphony Orchoilra X :')0 —I'hito Hour "Swr.lttiearl»" 9:00—Palais d'Or Orrhestr.i 10:00—Park J 'entrnI Orch*»ir.a i 440.9—WCX'.WJR Ottrolt—C80 f .:00— fioldk'ttp's OrchoMtra 7:00—Nfw Tofk .Sympliony Orchestra 8;eo— rnUi -o Hour 9:00—Ford * f.lnni 10:00—Pontine Jesters 352.7—WW J Detroit—C50 4:00—Orchestra 7:1r—Old Hold on Broadway ^ 9:00—St'jdio Program 370.2—WDAP Kansas City—810 7:00—New York Symphony Orohcstr? R:On— Philro Hour 9 :00 —Popular Prosram 9:"n—Oreat tVestfrn Chefs 11:4;—Nighthawk Frolic 293.9—WTMJ Milwaukee—1(ttO (1 :00 —Phlico Hoiir "Sweethearts" 9:00—To be announced I0:0O—Wisconsin Hotel Orchestra, 405.2—WCCO Minneapolis-St. Paul—74* 6:15—Nicollet Hotel Orchestra THE GitNG'd ALL HERE. SEVEljy' — _ BYTAYLOa HOWOV. FELLAS - X D«>«T tXPECT YOJi'TX SO EARLY - SOT GO Rt^KT AHEAD AND MAKE { TOURSELVeS Tcr HON^ VIHYLE X FlNO Ogrf* 1 VlHgRE TH'-NMSSOS KEEPS TK'CARO* ^ TABLE AM" PCn<ER CHAPS-<aONW HftS A BOX OF ClS/flRS SOMET>LACE - ^O HELP YOliR SELVES Sunday's Radio Program^ SUNDAY. DECEMBER 4 mti Th* Astoatatea HrettI Programs in Cuntral biaodard time All lime If P. II. unless otherwise in- c1ic-ii»d Wave lengths nn left of call loitvrs Kilocycles on rlghu 272.6—WPO Atlantlo City— llCO 4;li—TwiligtK Concert \:ilc)—,)rcli.!>tra }:0i>—Sunday livening Murlcale j ;285.»—WOAL Baltimor*—1050 5; ?,•> —t.'oncert Orctiesiro 6 31)— .Muslc.il Lllirniure i:li—.St. I'ctcrf Choir 3C5.6— W'EEI Boston—820 1:00—Susdr Musical Hour 3:i'(J—.Mm> Conference I.NT) 5:311— tjiitson Parade Legion Hand 6:30-l>Touraine Coffee Concert 8:li—Atwater Kent Hour 461.3— WNAC Boston—690 1:00 —Svmpnonic Hour 3 -0I)—Don V'of.rhees Baml 6-.!u—l'«rk Street Cliurch t:vi>—ICnervefoent Hour 8 :.I0—Anieric.nh Slnsirs 9:00—Intimate. Hour 3C2.3 -WGR -uffalo—990 4:30—Sam^ as \ VEAF 5 :311 —vVt-ymf.uth Lecion Band 6:.';o—(Jentral Pre.«byierlan Church 8:J5j— Aiwater Kent Hour , 545.1— WMAK Buffalo—550 2:00—Sime as WOH «I nrs.} S;00—E.rervtaccnt Hour f;30—American Singers »:C0—Columbia Intlmpte Hour CENTRAL 526— KYW Chicago—970 1:00—Koxy Stroll 4:30—.National Kadto Vespers f-.li—OoUler't Review t: 15—Don Amaizo. the Wizard 369.fr— WEBH.WJJD Chicago—820 6:00—Theater Organ Recital 7:30—-N'orshore Theater 8:li—Kdisewaltr Beacn<>Orchcatra 9:00—l'«lm«r House Program •16.4— WON-WLIB Chleaflo—720 (:U— WUB rnoj 6:i0—Drake Concert RrisembU i:l5—Alwater Kent Hour 9:15—Our Music Rr.ora 11:00—The Hoodlums 344.fr— WLS Chicago—870 1:05—Concert-' ^ •1:30—Crosa Roads Sunday School' 6:00—LltU« Drown Cbut-ch. muslo 447.9— WMAQ.WQJ Chicago—670 Z:00—Columbia, Chain Program (1 nrs.* 4:30—Whitney Trio 7 -110 —Sunday Evening Club 9:13—Columbia; Chain Program (S hrs.* 428.3—WLW Cincinnati-TOO 6:13—First Pre.«byterlan Chureh 7:15—Collier's Review S: li-r-Crosley Bandbox Hour 399*—WTAM Clevelar.«-750 6:39—Stetson Parade Legion Band 7:00—Church Services 8:15—Atwaver Kent Hour STOCK MARKET IS IRREGULAR Main Tendency Upward As Many Take Week- End Proffts Today X^w Y'ork, Ooc.;;. (API—Heavy wcik-t-rjil profit takiiii;. uniJ occa- Sluiiiil hf.ar »i:U\n'^, lnti;a:-te(l Honi'! itr <-K !i':i :iiy to the: prLc-.inovonient ITJ tr)f|:i>i's' stock market, hut the mail) teniinncy (i.fpitieil upwarii. Tradlrj.; was ORaln In ^enormous '.•oliini.-, iiiit tho ticker kVpt (airly e'.-oHc. Ill ui'tual m;irkt;l nijotatlons. Some of t !ip' soIIitiK imdrflibfpdiy was inspired by the rai.si.ng <>( tho call m «tii ;y renewal ratn in 4',; per cent anri tho MM that ihc rapidity of Ihc rpcrnt artvanc^i in many RATES for C'tn-'i'-cutive Oish ... 7c ..I2<- liir • Ofi afty ad. Anto Aci^esiiorles, Tlre< Parts TIR1:^S—.•50.\-5 truck tire: 3^x4. Ford starters and .generators, lola Auto WrtM-kins Co. Phone 7S2. Wiinted - AiitomotlT<> 17 W.V.NTKD TO ni 'Y-Fotd deli^vcry BUSINEiSS SSRVIfE cal market , position and , made a IHT of fh» AS.S. . i;,ti.„.. .-„.i..-,v,.. CI.ASS1FI1-:U Diilly rate per line insertions: Chiirge Six days Thre" flHV.i Oiif day Minimum '•hiirH**. 3*>< Minimum ca .sh. 3nc. C.'nint live worcN in t^ lln*^. "Cl..\S.<?IhTED UI9P:..\Y '•'arHfui att>-iiti<>ij gly^ii t" in.'iil "r- dc'i whlcji fT >ti.'<f In- <rtth Willi 'tri|»»r. Spwial r.itia fi>r y:ir'y .-tdvi-rtltiiig. PHO.VK yni-R fj.A.SSIFlRlJ AD TO l» An All Taki-r wlM gl«'!lr iiwi^t f^.'-irfch.-i2o« Kast Neosho. bring th>' gre.if-.-it ri'Mt|lt.< fur yoi;. I rnr>ne ill.S.J. ,\iinoiin>-<^ments. iiiiti'in'Ulv. biiyi- nt*t*it ^«'rvlc-#', ''mtil'iym'-ni. Ii:i:if!''lal. Ilve.stwk. ni'-rrhiuidi <»'. T ^-al *;.«t.'it<*. The lol-i R<glst *T l.s a nn-uili-r ."f th<" Ap ^'K -iiti'in >r «*wi '^:ip *'r Cl:i--istn*-<l Advertising SlaiiJirfers. whi.'h lntliid<-s leading n.-w«Ii-iii.-r:-< throu-.-K.mt M I-M - J r.:;-vr^,. ,,nvp thf "limliintimi of fr:!:idi;!>Til :iiul Ilre ^Vmalilnf; and .Millinery SI j \V-\NTKI)—Sewing', repair woflc of I ai: kind.s. relliilns coats. Prices >'"> .Tea.tonahle. Work Riiarantecd. .noting. Tnifklns» Slonttrf g.> r.\ I J.- IJK-l.N' TK.VXSP KR — Phon'; y$'t. will niovp you by hnnr or coti- itra't. tv-jth experienced men. -Or store yoar 935.4—WTIC Hartford-960 5 :22— Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra 8:00—Slanntng-Bonrman Concert 7:00-New York Symphony Orchcjtr' ;10:UO-Club Worthy Hills Orchestra 8:00'—Philco Hour 10:00—I>ance Program 908.2—WOW Omaha—990 6:00—Gerhard Motors Program C:30—Tracy-Brown's Orchestra 7:00—Xew York Symphony Orchestra S:0n—Phlico Hour D:00—Sunshine Program: . 545.1—KSD St. Louis—550 7:00—Xew Tork Symphony OrcJiestrS S:00—Phlico Hour 9:00—Pal .Tls d'Or Orchestra , t0:0O—P.-irk Central Orchestra 348.6—KVbO Tulsa—860 6:00—Sunday School Lesaoa 7 :00 —Popnlar Songs e ;'iO— Philco Hour 3:00—Eridge Game WESTERN - 422.3—WOR Newark—710 ' " S:00—S.vmphonic H«ur 3:00—Don Voorhees B.tnd 6:45—Bemhard 1-evitoWs Musleale 8:00—Effervescent Hour 8;.10—American Singers 9:00—Columbia Intimate Hour 491.S—WEAF^ New York—*10 4:00—Dr. S. Parkes Cndman 5:00—(iulseppi dl Benedetto, tenor 5:30—ritetson Parade. Legiori Band 6:20—Capitol Theater Family ' 15:00—David Ijiwrence 8:1 .1 —Atwater Kfnt Hour 9:15—Biblical Drama 454.3—WJZ> New York—660 1:00—Roxy .Strbll ; 4:.10—.N'atlonal liadlo Vespers j 6:30—.Musical L^erattire j SOUTHERN ' ^?96.9—WWNC Atljevme—1010 • C -on —«vpeiJcer Trio . .7:00—Banjo Conte.«t . . ^ 475.9r-WSB Atlant.a-4630 r.:30—Peerle.«s. Entertainers 7 :00 —XeW York Symphnnv Orr'icf.ra ! 8:00 —Phlico Hour "S-.ve(t:iCart.s"- tl0:45—Concert 245*-:WDOD Chattanooga—1220 S:nO— Supday School l .ei.-»o;i 8 :30— Hotel Patten Knfml)!.* 384.4—KTHS Hot Sprin:!—7M 8 :00— Studio Solo Polrrtio:!.* 8 J 30— Pete Phillips, tcncrr Dr. O. H. King, barl'tnno 5:00—Charles Dornlierser's Orchestra a0 :13—Specialties 338.9—WJAX Jac'<iinvl!ls—09i 7:00—Recital Program S:OiV-Phllco Hour 3:00—Dance Music 322.4—WHAS' Lc- isville—930 7:00;—Xew York ."^ympliony Orchestra . S:90i-Phllco Hour - , 322.4—WSMB: New Orleans—930 Sp:30-;Saenger Theater Program ! CENTRAL 826^KYW Chicago—570 6:30—Congress Hotel (Toncert 7 :00— Xew York Symphony Orchestia - . *:00—Phlico n ^^^iir < 9:00-r»Congres-< Cr.rr.K.-il, A0:3O—ICcntucky ;^erer.ader9 468.5—K Ft Los Angeles—C40 10:00-Saturday Xite Revua ll:0O—Philco Hour : 12:00—Packard Program ! 1 :aOa—Dixieland Blue Clowera . 336.9—KNX Los Angelei-^90 9:30—Feature Program 12:00—Blltmore Hotel Orchestra. ' 1:01ft—Cocoanut Grove Orchestra 2:00a—Midnight Express ; S84.4-^<GO Oakland—780 10:00—X. B. C. Program 11:00—Phlico Hour 12:00—Sattn-day Xight Re \Tie 1:00a—Hotel St. Francis Orchestm ^.2—KLX Oakland—590 K'ho —Dinner Concert 10:00—Grocers' Variety Hour 454.3—KFRC San Francisco—600 8:30—The Ceclllans 10:00—Shell Oil Serenadcrs 12:00—Danco Orchestra 422.3—KPO San Francifco—710 4:00—Football Broadcast 8:30—States Restaurant Orchestra 10:00—X. B. C. Program 12:00—KPO Danco Orchestra 447.5-KFOA Seattle—670 9:00—Boy Scout Program 9:30—Camp Fire Girls Program 10:00—X. B. C. Program i 11:00—PhUco Hour 43 12:00—Saturday Xight Revtis ^, , ' . 370.2—KHQ Spokane—810* * 8:00—Davenport Hotel Orchestra 9:00—General Insurance .Progrant tO:00—R. C. A. Program 11:00—Phlico Hour • _ . 12:00—Mahlon Uerrlck'a Orchestoa - I •7 NORTH LOGAN. . .Mr. Wiley ajii .son. .'Odell, of Lau-rence. motore'd to,- the J. A. •\Vomack' homo ThanksglviBg day acd visited until Sunday inorning.' Airs. Wiley and small.daughter who . had spent two weeks with her •J parents returned' honip witjt them. L< siie Woma< k arcompanietl them a-i far as Garnett and spent the day with his brother. Ollie. and family. He retuiTied to Humboldt tiial night on the plug. , .Mr. and Mrs. B«jrt Orth and fam- /i" ente.rUined Thanksgiving day: •Irs. Etta Domitz and Miss Clara <rf Humboldt, Willie Orth of Cha- iitfte and Mr. and Mr.o. Alfred Jlypr.s and small daughter Doris? . Ireno. Willie Orth remained until 6uncay. : Mr. and .Mri^. D. B. Howell spent S ..fjrdHy nigivt .and Su:iday with llicir,daughter, Mrs. Hen y Strack and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sears and -hildren m^oVed to Kansas City a: J spent Thanksgiving. .Mr anil Mrs. Chicken an' fam'- lly were Thanksgiving • ipper guesis of .Mrs. Ina hausen in :ium- tt.Jldt.. Mr-s. Ira Howell and Bobby .•• p*nt! anj lami!,' Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Van ^ Sunday wsitors home were 7:15—Collier* Rtvfew 8: IS— Vibrant Slelodlea 8:30—Louise Hciramlng. contralto 8:4o—Utica Juillce Singera 9:15—Don Amaizo. the Wiaard 405.2—WFI-WLIT Philadelphia—740 4:30—National Concert Orchestra 6:30—Arch St. Presbyterliin Chnrcb 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 9:15—Biblical Drama 315.6—KDKA Pittsburgh—950 6:00—Little Symphony Orchestra • 7:15—Collier's Review . 8:15—Musical Program ! 8:45—UtIca Jubilee Singera 9:15—Don Amaizo. the. Wizard 4S3 .e— WJAR Prowidenca— 820 6:30—Stetson Parade Legion Band 8:15—Robert w. Powers^ Oretaeatr* ?77.6—WHAM Rochester—1080 2:30—EZastman Pop Concert 7:15—Rochester String Qtiartet 8:15—Vibrant Alelodles. 8:45—Utlca Jublle* Singera 379.5— woy Schenectady—790 t:30—Weymouth Legion Band 7:20—Capitol Theater Family Scl5—Atwater-Kent Hour 9:15—Biblical Drama i , 333.1—WBZ Springfield—900 1:00—Roxv Stroll 4:30—National Radio Vespers 7:15—Collier's Review 9:00—lOttb Infantry Band 468.S—WRC Washington—840 4:30—.Vatlonal Concert Orcheatn 6:20—Capitol Theiter Family 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 9:15—Biblical Dr^ma 516.9—WTl Worceater—680 3:00—.Men's Conference (Xew York) 4:30—Same as WKAF 5:30—Weymouth Legion Band 6:20—Capitol Theater Family Fossea and .Mrs. Sage in Hum /j boldL^ Leslie Womack. Fred Wallen and Fred Dice -.are exchanging work, heading kafi>. Mr. and Mrs. LfM\f Womack spen^ Friday evening at the, J. .y Womack home. . .Mr. and .Mr.«;. Bert Onli and .Mr. SOUTHERN -1010 296.9—WWNC Asheville 6:30—Church Service 475.9—WS8 Atlanta—630 ' 5:00—Vesper Servleca 6:20—Capitol Theatre Program^ Sirs —Atwater Kent Hour 384.4—KTHS Hot Springs—780 .'i2''~P ''^'-''^™herger Orchestra 9:00—Music Ldvera' Hour and .Mrs. Henry Wapntr railed at i lo.'so—ttence F'rolic the Henry Peters home near Yates i Center. Sunday affernooi}. | .Mr. And Mrs. Roy Callawajr and Jintmie sp»?nt Thanksgiving day at the parental Callaway home. Mrs. Burrell Howell spent last Tuesday with .Mrs. Raymond Jordan in Huniboldt. .Misses Katie and Anna Ort!i and Miss Zetta S;-afi' ipcnt Sund.iy evening at the Bert Orth home. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley and family \ of Lawrence called Thursday aft-| ern«on on Mr. and -Mrs. I>?slie Wo- rpack. Mr and .Mr^?.' Ira Howell and children and .Mr. and .Mrs. Burrell IIowcIl and aughters spent Snnday with .Mr. and- .Mrs. Bailey -and family n'-ar Karhon. Riley, .><loan o!! Thayer and I.,ew- 336.9-rWJAX Jacksonville—890 5:30—Dinner »lusic ' 7:00—Church Services 9:00—Organ Recital 322.4—WHAS Louisville—930 J:00—Young People's Confereaca 8 :20— Capitol Theater .•amlly 8:15—Bankers Bond Orchestra, t S16J-^WMC Memphis—580 > 3:00—Young People's' Conference tXY) 6:20—Cr.pltol Theater Family 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 340.7—WSM Nashville— aao 6:20—opitol Theater Family 7:13—First Presbyterian Church 8:15—Atwater Keat Hour 249.^vvCOA Pcntfacola—1290 7:2i—First Methodist Church 545.1—WFAA Dallas—550 6:00—Bible Class 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 11:00—Uariqulta and Orchestra 374 -.S— woe Davenport—800 1:00—Roxy Stroll 7:00—Edwa'rds Congregational Ch. 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 9:15—Biblical Drama 535.4—yVHOOes Moinea—580 6:20—Capitol Theater Family 8:00—Da\id Lawrence 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 9:15—Biblical Drama 440.^WCX.WJR Detroit-680 1 :6aT -iloxy Stroll" 6:30^iCentral M. Ja Church. Pontlao 7:re—Collier's Review. 8:15—Organ Recital 3S2.7—WWJ Detrolt-:-890 6:20—Capitol Theater Family 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 499.7—WBAP Fort Worth—600 • 4:00—Sacred' Concert 6:00—Vesper Services 9:30—The Seven Aces (1% bra.) 370J—WOAF Kansas Cjty—810 2:00—Touug People's Confereoc* i 7:l5—Colller'a Review 8:18—Atwater Kent Hour ; 405.^WCCO Minn«apolis-St. Paul—740 T:15—Colllefa Review 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 9:15—Don Amaizo. the Wizard 9:45—St; Paul Municipal Organ 908.2—WOW Omaha—590 1:00—Roxy SaoU .,4:30—Same as WEAF ^ ;6:30—Capitol Theater Family " 8 : rs—Atwater Kent Hour 499.7—WOAl San Antonio—600 7:45—Central Christian Church 545.1— KSD St. Louis—690 3:30—St Loula Sjrmphony 4:45—S.ima as WEAF 5:30—Stetson Parade legion Band 6:20—Capitol Theater Family 7:15—Colllefg Review 8:16—Atwater Kent Hour 348.6—KVOO Tulsa—860 6:00—Old Fashioned Gospel Hour 6:30—Centenary Methodist Choir 7:00—CLi^slcal Recital ,8:15—Atwater Kent Program i' 344.8—WCBO Zion /O 8:00—Male Choroa. Double Trio. Bells .335.9—KOA Denver—O20 6:30—Church .Organ Recital 7:30—Brown Palace Hotel Orchestra 9:00—First Church of Christ. Sc. WESTERN 468.5—KFI Los Angelea—«40 10:00—Atwater Kent Hour " 11:00—N. a C Program 12:00—Packard Sir Orcheatra S38.»-KNX Los Angales—890 9:00^Flrat Presb. Ch, Hollywood 10:00—Clrda Theater Orchestra 11:00—Calmon LnboviakL violin SS4.4—KCO Oakland—780 6:00—Grace Cathedral Vesper* 8:30—S*.andard Symphony Hour 10:00—Atwater Kent Hour 11:00—Great Moments In History 491.9—KCW Portland—«10 8:30—Standiird* Symphony Orchestra 10:-00—Atwater Kent Hour 11:00—Drug Store Hour 12:00—Public Service Orchestra 454.3-KFRC San Francisco—600 8:30—Hotel Mark Hopkins Music 10:30—Balconades Ballroom Orches- 12:00—^ane* Orchestra (2 hrC) 422J—KPO'ikan Franclkco;-7ia 8:00—States Restaurant Orchestra 8:30—Standard Symphony Hotir, 9:30—Oda Wrtldroa organ. 10:30—Fairmont Hotel Orchestra, 447.9—KFOA Seattle—670 8:30—Standard Symphony Hour 10:00—Atwater Kent Hour 370.2— K HQ Spokane—810 5:00—Kolster Radio Hour 8:20—Standard Symphony Hour ?:30—Church of the Truth 11:00— L B. S. A. Program downtvard readjustiticnt oC values inevitable. Investment interest ap. 'peared to shift, temporarily jit least. 'iioni ihf industrials to ll'je rails, with Canadian Pacific, which .soared irore than 10 point:s. as ihc out^ standing individual feature. lorn Market Tp ChicaKD. Dec. '2. lAP)—Active buying and sharply higher prices ileveloped in liie corn market today, whereas wheat was inclined tU lag. Some «xp«Tt business in corn at the Gulf of Me.xic-o was I going on. and estimates of Euro! pean corn production indicated a i totaJ H" percent under last year!" j Some of the Ir.i.ving'of corn today 1 wus against simultaneous sales of vyliear. nil.- - ! •ri:nj mom..-'I-v Ii .i print only truthful r-Ms-id-d Advf r-j Using anil tv^ill iii.(;n<-i;il.- h:iviric.it<! :itt.:nlii>n f-.!ll.i| t" iiir." :"lv.-rli:-«-m-iit ! fi'.t t.-..nf.>rniin« to lii.- hish>st st;iii<1- ird.s of hoiipsty. I goods call Corr's Transfer. Offl-'e MO. residence 140. EMPLOYMENT Jlrtleleg For Sale DRY CHUNK WOOD—Oak amt waliluu $3.00 delivered. Phone 9T»-32. GOOD TR-AGTOR—And plows for sale cheap: excellent condition. Phone 71S or 24. O.VK WIDE TIRK WAOO-V — One Iron wheel wagon, one set harness. J. C. Utitcher. I R.VDIOS—.Miislcaf Instrumenlr of all kinds, guns, watcfces.^clothing.r shoes, furnitiirf of all kitid.s. milk goats and fox terrier dogs. Phone SO.-?. Chimney Sweep. . \. - SATl'RDAY SPKCIAL—2 itL hog troughs, weight S lbs.., Saturday special, only Toe. Allen County Imnlement t7o. Bastaess and.Office Eqalpmeflt .64 Help ^Yanted—Female ANNOUNCEMEISfTS (!I11I.<—Wa.'ited for general house- I work. Inquire 917 S. Washington. Strayetl, Lost, Fnnnd LOST—Large white bull dog. Reward. Call Spe-.-Rle. Phone 961-11. jQ ; WO.MA.V—AVith one or two boys to i work on farm. Apply at this office. Help. Wanted—.Male as; STRAYED-BLaek" police <log. Xo- iTKrCKS WA.VTEn—To haul grav- tify Chas. Springston, LaHarpo' f^'' 'ourt house- -Saturdav Route 2. - ' ' afierr.oo:; at 2: or .travel pii -11 — ' i mil-'.,- u .St ar .i! L south .Mondav AUCTIONS ; jnr.rnins. lola T.rvnship. FOR SALE OR TRADE—One Targe flp,<5r show case, l:! ft. longi tojf i ani! side gla.«i;. all one piece, cost SV)i\ will sell for $80; also roll lop desk, good condition, price $2. T : one multigraph l.fkb new. at a bargain: one flat top dfcsH. $15. See Geo. L. Williajns at lola Dally Register. Ti'PEWRITERS—For sale, renroi- trade. Williams Typewriter-Co.. IIS East Madison. Auctions lOA Silnalions Wanled—JTale 1 Kiinsas niv Hay. K:iii«:f; f'ity. .Mo.. D'^c 2. (.\P> — Hay sro'sily' to .".Oc higher. Ke- ce^pf! cars. Alfalfa. .Vu. 1. FUR.NITCRE AUCTIO.N—Saturday'. at o'do.-k^'at my store. Wiil ; sell at auction new u-.ni ii.sed (ur-: niturf and goods, such as trunks.' traveling bags. beds, mattre.'jses. chairs, tables, stovec :tud others ralnable artirle.-^; Rryson Kurni-: .ture Store. 219 X. Jefferson. Col.' SmQ:-k, Auctioneer. lUCfl SCHOOL BUY Wants work of ::ny kind after sr'hoo! and on SaMii'days; e.\ i/nrienoeil grocery C I -T ;;. .V<idrfss "Hoy." Rfgrstcr. or phone riu~. Ilonseliold Goods .£9 G.AS RA.\GES—Bargains' in gas ranges. Henninger's Furniture Store, ll*? West .Madison. Wanted—To Bny M. FINANCIAI Business Opportnnities ~ .18 Kan<:ir< I'ltj- Prodnce Kansas City. Mo.. Doc. 2. (API Poultry: heavy hons. 20c: other produce unchanged. K. ('. Hiiy by I'. S. (trades Kan.sas CIt.v. DeC-. 2. (API —fC. S. D;;pt of Agriculturel—l". S. No. 1 alfalfa. l.S.OO-ft20.00: So. 2. ; Ll.Ooif. 16..ii»; .Ko. :;. fl.Oiifi 1.1.00. C. is. -Vo. 1 alfalfa e.\tra leafy. 22.00 (?i 25.00: So. 2. 19.:"i>fj 22.00. V. Ko. 1 timothy l.l.OOfj 14.00: .\o. 2. • iD .SO'fj 12.00: So. 3. a.oO'fil'i.SO. f. is. .Vo. 1 upland pralrio. S.SO-^ 12.00: 'So. 2. T.0Oti9.Q0; Xo. :!. 5.00f/C.5o. v T».,hn„ , ' IJKLK.\E SANDWICH SH ^t'l on =. ! KasrstreM. for snio. Call ^Li;1°''^'"'^ ^^!-'>r 1201 North Sycamore. SHOP-110 I at shop PUBLIC AUCTIO.v 'every Saturday at .Bishop's Sales Pavilion. AUTOMOTIVE .»..«. • ' FAR.M AND CITY LOANS—Base AntomoMlc Agencies A; rate on farms, .n city 6'. Long A USED CAR—Is as dependable as r ^^^^^ ^ Cunningham. WA.VTED TO EUV—All Rinds ot cattle atid hogs. .1. C. Botcher. W.A.N'TED—Fox Terriers. Cpllles. Spitz. Shepherd puppies. Stato age. describe. No mongrels want€K 1 at any price. E. A. Ricketts, Kincaid. Kans. A- " 3r«npj- to Loan—Morleaties 4i» Kan<«as City Grain. Kan.nas Cit.v. Dec. 2, (AP) — Wheat: Receipt.s 110 cars; unchanged to lie higher; Xo. 2 dark lliird. i ;.4S '-i: .Vo. :!. II.tOfiMS; No: J. hard.. $1.28% (?f 1.46: No.. :t. ?1.2S'ff 1.37'/i: .Vo. 2 red nominally Jl,41f?1.42',-1;: No^ .3. I1..39. rio.-e: December ll.'.l'Si; May $1.28%. Corn: Receipts 188 . cars: unchanged to 2c higher; No. 2 white. SO'ft'Sl^:' .Vo. X 77iS7^>4c; No. 2 yellow 84',*; .Vo. 2, .SlVifiS.T: No. 2 mixed. 8^i&S2%: .No. S2'S82%. Close: December 82*'>.: May, 89 Jury'92>A. Oats: Receipts 2 cars; >4o higher: No; 2 white, nominally 52^1p No. :{..52c. - ' .Milo maize: iL.'Jl'SLSS. Kafir; $1.29. R.ve: $1.00'gl.01. Barley: 77® 76c. the dealer who sells It — Dodge Sales and Service. The beat place to buy good, dependable used cars. At present we havo a complete line of both open and olcsed models, priced to sell. Ellis Mo:or Co., 214 North Washlngton: ROOMS AND BOARD Roinmi iTVithont Board SLEEPING ROO.M—Close to tb» square. Phbhe 96. SLEEPLVf; ROO.M FAR'M LOA.VS—Quick servic? and! f^eep'ng rodm in reasonable rates. .\. D. • Haxv- thi):no. 1'.',^ West .Miidi'son. .MOXBV TO LO.V.V—On farms or city property. Lowest rate. Stewart Funk: HUDSON-ESSEX—Sales and Serv- i .vb.VRY TO LO.A.V—On real estat". Ice. Bud White Motor Co.. 219! South Washington. Phone 18". Automobiles For Sale FORD TOCRLVG—Late model. $12."). I We buy, sell or trade. Alexander ] repayable In small monthly payments. These loans never come due —better because cheaper and more convenic-nt. Security Building .t l»an .Assn.. 1st .Vatl. Bank Bldg. Auto Sales & Supply Co.. 20.'! Washington. Phon» ;{SS. 3. LIVE STOCK Dogs, Cat!!, Other Pets 47 Kansas City Urestock Kansas City. Dec. 2. (API—(C. S. Dept. of Agriculturel—Hogs: n.OOO: mostly lOfi'lpc higher than Thursday's average: spots.,up more Ion light lights and packing sows; I stock pigs steady; top .S.75 on 223 ; (^250 pounds: desirable 180 lbs. i up. S.45?i S.75: 140Ti 170 pounds, j S.O0«ftS.4O: packing sows mostly '7 .001 ^7.75; a few S.OO; stock pigs. 8.00i&'S.75. ' : Ca\tle: 1^00: calves .500: beef steers fully steady: qtiallty largely medium: other classes In too limited supply to test prices: one . load god liietllum weight' steVrs-. I pfyRD TRUCK—For sale • 13.50: other short feds of mediuiii | dump bed. Phone 1410W. •quality 10.75IS 12.50; veal >iop 13.50.1 : Sheept no(); odd lots driven-ln I TRUCK BODY—.Vearly new lamlM. steady at 9 Soft 13.00: fed . shorn yearling weathers. 10.35; no i < arlots offered. - "eaIers-PO.VTI .\CicO (>N .\ND FIR DO(; - fiuaran- 26j Pontiac coach: '28 Pontiac teed A -Vo. l.-for .sale. 203 South coach, like new; '21 Oakland sport touring, like new: '25 Buick light six touring, fine shape: '25 rlord coupe; Ford roadster, box on rear: Chfs-tfiut. FOR SALE—Flemish Giant rabbits Saturday afternoon. 417 North '26 Chevrolet coach, like new; "2:! | ^yram:>re.^ ; Chevrolet coupe; '25 Cl'.cvrolet ' ' touriiig. Several other rheap^r used cars. Cash, terms or trade. Hobart Motor Co. - Comfortable modern homis; reasonable, i 216 N. Cottonwcod. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Farms and Land For Bent 76. SO ACRES—Or 120 acres of Maxson farm southeast ot LaHarpe, with improvements. Phone 1204J. lola. Honsfls For Bent 77 COTTAGE—Good 3 room modent. close in, for Phone Zl. rent after Dec. 1. FURNISHED HOUSIi—For rent] Inquire 507 S. Jefferson or phone Si?. •*, , HOUSE—Seven room modern, garr age^r two cars, close in. John iteothcr. Horses, Cattle, Tehlcles 48< CfiV.'S—2 Holstdins. one 5 years i <d'i. fresh in a week-: ;5-year-oId O. K. USED CARS-1924 Fprd road-' f*'" J^'^^ ster: 1924 Ford touring: 1923 Ford I "^^J" '^''""^ ' roadster; 1922 Ford coupe; 1921 Dodge touring: 1321 Dodge roadster; 1925 Chevrolet touring: l<«2t; Chevrolet sedan; 1921 Chevrolet tourihg; 1924 Chevrolet ton truck with grain body; 1921 Overland touring; 1919 Oakland touring: nearly-new Intern?.tlonal gram body for truck. Shelly Motor Co.. lis West .laekson. Phone 60. 1925 FORD COUPE — 102} Buick roadster: Chrysler "60" sedan: 1926 Star coach. Ail are in poo<i shape. We trade. Ross .•Xrbuckle^s Oarage. Chrysler dealers. Pho. .'6. Anto Trucks For Sale 12! with international grain bodv for fruck. Sheliy .Motor Co.. 118 West Jackson'. Vkone 60. COWS-^:55 hear! milk CQWS: 3 Jer- sc.vs. 2 yr-ars old. giving from IV2 gallotfr io gallons raitk per day, will freshen :n .January: 2 Jer- sf.ys. "4 and ."> y--»ars old. nice ones, witli heifer talves.- giving 4 gal- Ions milk per r ?ay: 2 Ho'^tcins. -i a:id 1 y-ars o !il. giving ;;allnns milk piT da.v. will freshen In "Feb- riiat.v': 5 Jerseys.-will be fresh in V, pek: ." Gnorifscys. will freshen right awity. will give from 4 to 5 gallons per day when fresh: 5 red Ixirhams and 2 roan Durhams, vii: freshen sf)on, will give 3 and 6 ga^^llons per day when Ireslf; 2 r«"l i'oll rows, will be fresh in a f'-'v days: 3 Holsteln heifers: 5 Holstein '-ow.i. will fre.shen soon; Shorthorns, will freshen righf away. Will sell on tiP^ or trade for other catt'e. horses or mules. J. C. Butcher. 4 ROOM HOUSE—Electric lights and Water in "house.. Wfil exchange rent for work. Phone 1432. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Farms and Lapd Fo>r Sale 8S WELL I^IPROVED 8tf ACRES— And well established filling st»- ticn on maio: trail north and south. Priee $6,600 for both. .M. A-Schlick.' IfiO ACRp;S—-V'ear CVIoran; M- proved SO acres n^-ar tola; improved SO acres near LaHarpe; improved..iO acres:'15'> acres near Fretionia. improved; 160 acres near Lafontaine. improved: ^ 8IJ acres near Humboldt,unimproved. 16(> acre.i near Lone Elm. Improved; ::20 acres neaii lola. improved. All the abovf are priced to sell; can give good terins with reasonable interest. If you are in the market for a farm or acreage tract see Hawthorne. 15',* West Madiaqn avenue. J Houses For Sale YOI'.VG COW—For sale. H0L'SE-J5 room mpder^n, $ 100 cish, 1 balance terms. 'JactiLEon Realty I'ho. 603.' Co., over. Brown's Drilg Store. FRECKtES AND HIS FRIENDS^ HE'D MAKE IT EASIER FOR SANTA. r- is Dtnnv with Mr. of !..•!:! nd .Mr.i. spcJU wm Suida.'.- j Pribher-: Doisett Produce Co. U0< Eas^ street, Itda Fkeiv 7M Cash for Poiltojr and Kni We wDli eome a(t «r poaltiT. c ^RENNAN'S AIARKET Comer East Monroe'and Elm 8(s. lOLA, KASSAS , "We Want Your Poultry, Eggs and Hides. lyD OtH MOXE NDnuSR IS 376 totfi's t1«atiie# Itonse Shice 1911.. I C. O. COCiniLL, Manager. at the Clement '.M<rs. .Martin. Waco and ' Wendle Greath;iuse ' of lo'.a. Mr.' Stinson and Paul. I .Mr. and Mrs. Earl Martin and \ I family of lola^ vi.-itcd from Thurs- i day until Sal.nrday with .Mr "and j Mrs. Ralph Elils and .\rn<)'.<l. 1*he North Logan Grant" ••::: :give a pie supper and program at Dewitt s£hoolhouse Friday night,-! l^^c'•mber 9. Yoii are inylted. ! .Mr. Chicken. Paul and Flor-; once called at Fred Dice's |Ia:t Friday night. ' ; Reggie .McNamara, who will , compete In the sis-day bicycle race At Madison Square Garden again t.his year, has won thirteen six-day i rac4s^•wlJ4«i snrpasse's the record j of any other rider.' |

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