Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 6, 1927 · Page 7
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• I- •THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, TUESpAY m ^ENING. DECEMBER 6, 192T PAGE SE\^;.^ i^iPrognim* In All tiijie I? P. t-M^'^itmmpttm SpArfcera c ™trfti SraiMftj^ tln>«. lO:30-^Hamp°« S«reDad«ra 'Mr uiil»n olbrrwiM In V W^ ONESO A Y. DECEMI^^R t ;:t J lUv The' —- l€,n;tlh<i on V/t of call ictt«-s. kllocyc(e»-on ritrtit. r7?.fr-^WPCS Atlantic City—1100 J:0i—Royal Pnlace Hotel Artlata lOrrOO—Orchestra i - aJS^WBAl- Baltimore—1050 ' S!0«—Snm* as! WJZ «:30—Dalhari Trio .9;00—Dance Oircheatra 365.6—W EEI Boston—820 • 6:20—Socotiyin«.- Van & Sclicnck T :'/•)—A«)liari Itwltal 8:0i>—Ipana JTroubadoura «:iO—aoocln<}h Orchestra-Quartet I 461J—WNAC Soaton—<50 »:'P0—Kolstor Hour , !»:(ir>—Columbia Phonocraph Hour 10:*0—Hotel Brunswick Orchestra 302^WOR Bunaio^990 e:2»—The Socion»an»: Van ft.Schenck T:SO—A<-olian IRecital »:0n—Ipana TrouOadorii ' 8:30—Goodiich OrcheMra-Quartet M&1—WMAK BuWalo—550 9:111—K<>lsti>r Radio Hour -»:0<>--Columela Phonograph Hour 'IQ:OD—Silver SHopcr. Ore' »tra • . 636i4—W TI C Hartford—560 6:)0—The Soeonynns ,I;5i)—Aeollani Recitals S:30—BastetJ Pianoflnce 422.}-^VVOR Newark—?io .^:3i»—Maia-Riip Program 6:00—I^vltow> Commodore En8«m- • , ole-): 7:00—Mabelmma Corby Hour ll:00-rKol«tRr Hour . J S;O0—Culunibla PlionoRraph Hour ^ 10:05—Villa |Vciiioe Orchestra , • • • 491.5—WEAF New York—610 8:30—The Soronvans: Van S S<-h"ncl< 7:00—.V.ntional' Muxicalitea 7:10—Aeolian Recital 8:00—Jtiann Trouh.irtour» f! ::iO—<ruodricli Orrhoi<tra-Qnarf<?t *:S0—Opi>rH. "Dcr Frelwhutz" 10 :50—Holtl'. .Manser Orchestra 4M.3—WJZ New York-660 lO';0Ca—riifjin , fliir'>ao ron»<-n»lon : •- <»• a .l^tn J IVr-«?iiinK • Silt —F' V.| Wll" Xntional Poililc^ : ou-Ctiaiitplon .•'iiJvfk" r" .7:20—Sylvaiil.'i For«!'i*Tr F:0(i-'Si.|'llHt^. trill, n.-irtnoniiim K-?.Xi — "Ar the Wind »!oni«- S.OV -flrey'r Social Hour 406J—Wf^l.WLlT Philadelphia—?40 CtJO'-Adelniiia t\'hltperlii« Orchi-ura 315.6—KDKA Pittsburgh—950 - 5:01—tVi'S^inchC)U>'t Rand • 7:00—(.'haitinli.n StMrki-ra 7:.iy—Sylv.Trtla Kort-Kters 8:00—Vf^allstd iri(.i; Harmonium . 8 ;:0:—najli.-irt Trio j 4«J.fr-WJAR Providence—820 8:30;—Soermyans; Van ,4 Scbenck 277.6—WHAM ,RQChestei^1080 I8:00a—Farm Bufeiaii Convention: Gen. John J. Pershing. 7:00—ltemini?ton-Itanil RnTid »:0e—jrickok UliclJoI era " . 379.5—\A/CY ^ Sch. nactady—790 i6:J0—The Pocjiriyans 7:30—Aeolian ^el•it.^ 8:00—Ip.Tna TrouO.'«i!bur8 9:00—Jliisical Procrarti. : 333.1—WBZ Sprlnofield—900 IO:00a—Farm Bjreau Convelnilon: Ci-n.. John J. IVrshInc 7:00—Champion Spurkcrs 7 :2p .i-S>Ivania Fnrestf^rs B:3i )j -I'alm Gardf ns .Orqiiestra '468.5—WRC .Washinoton—640 6:304-.Savoy-Pl.iza. Orchestra 7:30—Aeolian Rerltal (I 8:01)— Ipana Troubadours <p ."30— Goodrich. Orcliestra-Quartet ( : S16".9—VVTAG VVorcester— 580 •6:20-Th^ .Socon.vans:-V.-in & Schenok 7:00— .Vatioiinl-.Mu5icalites S :00i-r .uiior & KcR Boys S:'JO—Goodrich Orchcptra-Quartet i. : SOUTHERN -1010 ' 296.9—WWNC Ashevilli 6:00—Spencer Orchestra . «75.9-^W5B Atlanta—€30 6:00—Columbia PhonoRraph ("ro^rram 7:00—.Scar.s-RoeBtirk I'oundatma 8:00—1 iianii .Troui):i<ii •iirs 11:20.—Goodrich, Orcli.-ti ;i-Qu.irt<-t . -" 384.4-i-KTHS Mot SorirBs—780. 9:00—Varied Entcrttiiiuii':.i ' ; 322.4—V^HAS l.ou:!.vill9—"30 &0:0('a—K.irrii Uiirertu i''I'l^-'i^^ t'.ri. C<rn. John J. I'ershit'-- 8:00—Ipana Troub.id"j: •-• i 8:30—GooiiijVh Orc.'ip^11-i Ou^irit t >:30—Nat'l Grand Oi.- r;. .'.v.,M|i:iiiy 516.9—Wf/ie Memphrs—'.80 10:00;i.—Farin P.ur. m' ''.ns n; Goni'ral. .Ii.' 1! .1 I'-i'liiii.; j 8:0«-^l|iaiili Tn :ii<'.d'.iii > • 8:30—Goinlricli <i/<>'fi . •iu:iil<t - 340.7—V»/SM Naahville—883 -I0:00a-<Fartii Hui' 'i ('onvciilloii: Gen. Jplin J. i'< rrif.n-^ 8;00—Ipana Tr<jiii..iiliiiiri< 8:;ii>—iGoodrlch OT- i.inru-Quartet »:.W—»\.i.lloli:il "|r:ind iop.-m '322,4—WSMP.iN'W. Orleani—930 8:50—Con<-ri I <L'- lit» ) • r4J.9-^WCOA Pcn»Jcol.i —1200 Jl^-or—DlhlBe ;|.. V...:- • lOiOU ••Ann G:i.. v. ... C- 254.1—WnVA H.chinond —1l8o 7:no—Nrw.N l.r-;H(rr I:-, i.)•_•.. O.itiip 8:iO--Vir;:!iii.i .-^in-r.. i;..ii.iij y.i;iriit - CENTRAl. ; 526—KVW Chtc.^co—J70 10:00a—Farju U'sr. no •'..irv ntion; Gen- John J, I'.- rlllliy 36}.e-WEeH..WJJO ChleailO-830 6:00-Palmer tloUae Orche<t7« 8:00—Children'!. Program: Uo«im- nean /. , ' 416 4—WON.VVLia Chicago—rao; 7:3V—Aeolian tteclial ' ; S:00—Ipana Trdubadoura 9:30—Gbbdrlcb Orcheaira-Quartet 11 :00—The Hoodfuraa .; i 344 6—WLS Chlcaoo-^ «:0O—Aii«ate Hodr ! S :OVT-t;niv. of Chlcafo Choir :t5.:-Blackhan:ks-Amertcan hockey ll:00-^Doc Cook"* Srneopators • i 447.5—WMAQ-WQJ Chicago—«70 B:30—Dinner Concert 7:00—'.Vorijhweftern Univ. Lecture .8:09—Coluknbia Chain Prosra^m houijs) l" 428.S-^LW Cincinnati—70O 7:00—Champion Si'parkera 8:00—Studio Program (2 Bra.) 10:00—Henry TbleS* Orcheslru S61.2—WSAIi Cincinnati—83o| 7:00—C H." Partington.; Acoordlor. soioirt ; 7:30—Aeolian Recital 8:30—^Jondrlch Orcheatra-Quartet - 5:30—WKAF Grand Opera ' 399.8—WTAM 'cie <!rtland—750 7:30—Aeolian Recital ' 8:<i0—Ip.inn Trnubadoura ' 8:30—Goodrich Orchestra-Qua rtai S74J—woe' Davenport—800 I0:15a—Farm Bui^no Coavcntton; Gen. John J. Pershinc 7:3*—Aeolian Recital S :00— Ipana Troubadour* S: 20— Goodrich Orchestra-Quartet ' y:30—"Law for the Layman" 440.5—WCX.IjVJR Detroit—<S0 lOiOOa—Farm Cureau Convention: Gen John J Perahlna r,:30—.Sunny Sudi> lialfadlera iUW—TiK'-Champion Sparkera , i:i)0—KVilv-SprimtneW Program I li):'iu--<:oldkettc's Orchestra I 535.4—WHO Dei Moines—560 10 :bO;i—i-'arm itureitu Conv<-nilc.n: G-if rai ^.tohn J. IVrslilng 7:1)0—.\':(!loiif,l .\lll.>ilenlltr« S oil—Ipana Tr..iib»dourfr !i:2U-t<.nicrii "Per Frelm-hntz"- 3847—WWJ Detroit—850 7 :00— Sttidio Procram 8:110—Ipana Triiiih.idour» 8::!ii—<;<y>driph Orch-stra-Quartet »::!«—Oiican .Recital } 499.7—WBAP Fort Worth—600 0 • 00— The Seven Acca ' .s i"0 —Ipiin.i TibilfiBdoura 361.2—WOS J-fferson City—830 ; 8 :20— Studio Program 370.?—WDAF Kansas City—810 - 10:00a—Farm Bureau Conveijtlon: Gen John J. Fershing r 7 :.20— .^eolian Recital S :00— Ipana Troubadours 8:30—(^tKKlrlch. Orchestra-Quartet V:30—Waik-Ovor Cavaliers 405.2—WCqp Minneapolis-St. Paul—74C 7:30—Aeolian Recital S :«0 —Ipana Troubadours 8;30—Goodrich OrChestra-Quartet 508.2—WOW Omaha—590 10:00a—Fdrm Bureau Convention; Gea John J. Pershinc T:Ofl—National Musiralltes 8 :00 —Ipana Troubadoi^s .499.7—WOAI San Antonio—600 8:30—Utah Mixed Qpartet 545.1—KSD St. Louis—550 10 :00a—Farm Bureau Convention: General John J. I'ershing 7 :'00i —Champion Sparkers 7:30—.-ieoiian Recital, •SrUO—Ipana Troubadours I • i S:20—Goodrich Orchcstra-Quaiitet ' 9:20—Opera "Der Freisdiutz" 348.6—KVOO Tulsa—860 ' (j^O—lnstrumentar Concert 7:::o—Vocal Sr>Ios. Duets S :00T -ll>ana Troubadours »:00— Studio Concert 1 325.9—KOA Denver—920 7:20—Brown Palace Hotel Orchestra • si.^O-TeIi-.Mc-.\-Story Hour ;i:on—Schcuernian's Orchestra 'j:li—Uuiv. of Denver OrcViesira WESTERN 468.5—KFl Loit Angeles—640 :iO :00— Calpet MuKlcal Program ]l :00 —Vanaljond Hour li:UO-T-l'utiiam Trio. Chamber Music 336.9—KNX Los Anoeles—890 ?:30—Charles llamp U';UO—Biltniore Hotel Orchestra 384.4—KGO Oakland—780 10 :00— Vaudeville n :0 <l—The VaRahonds (N. B. C.) 12 :0()— llolei St. Francis Orctieslri 508.2—»<,LX Oakland—590 8;.lfl—niiiMer Conct-i^t l'i:iiO—I-:rtui-ailoiial Program- 11 ;0«— Variety Hour i . 491.5—KCW Portland—610 10 :0rt -'\Vlilie KitiB OrchcBlra 11 :0 (1—Tiie ViiLMlmnil!! I2:0U--.«llvrr IviiiK HpvMern • 454.3—KFRC Ssn Francisco—600 f>;iio—Maxwell Ilnurl .' l:iM)ii—Uaiconadi « IttiJIroom Orchestra 422.3—KPO San Francisco—710 lO:'")—Alwaur Kent Artists • 11.lilt—.N. IS. C I'loKram U':uu—.suites Itrstaurant Orchestra 447.5—KFOA Seattle—670 10:00— Wlilte Kinu Orchestra 11 :iiii—.V. 15. C. I'rORram i:'. 00— Silver Kinu ICevelcra 370.2—KH6 Spokane—aV* S: no—Wells-Chevrolet Trio II oil—.v. B. • C. I'roRraro ' •N POP. AND I TS SlOO t>OMTSA .Y 90MCTHIN6' ib BILL ABOCTT \i&H&ftUe iPHOME- £LL REPORT rr — jiysr BECAUSE rrs^ A. R?^5TV UhiB IS NOT SAVING HE HAS TO MOLd A PARTV IFOR'ANHOOftj ATA T IME X KNEW WE' D N HAVETRODBLE EvieMTUAixY- • UME.BOr iU-HAVE POP TO H /AA STOCK MARKET President's Message the Reason for Taking Of Profits .Vt'w York. Dec. 6. I A P)—The stock market turned <^eactiouary UKiiiii toilay after an early period 01 irrogiilariiy. TIio Kolllnfc move- jueiit went Into (nil . SW I IIB KOOII after flic; piibllcalioii ot ihe Presi- «len!'«: iiiesiuiKe to f-onirre.sH; many etiinnii.sHioii lioiiHe.s KUgKestltiK pro- lil tiikiiiK on the theory that "the »?oo«l iiewH wns out." A higher renewal rate on rull nione.v; coinlni^ |;ifler llie finnoiiiK enient of rerord- hreiiklnK stock exchange racniher loann. H I HO had a lenilency "to: re- (?irl<t Mpcrfilalion .fttr the advance Ki ^nsiis Jit}- Prodof^. • Kansas City. I) IT. 0. Al'i--Poul­ try-<iee.se 15c. ^ Other produce unchanged. K. I, Hay By 1'. S. Grades- Katvsa** City. flee. 6. (AP)-t (.r. Dept. <if .Agriculture)-Hay :uu» c'hanered. ; JHOPPIHQ f>OWN IN PUACES i Knnsas Tlly Hay. i Kansas Cliy, Dec. 6. f.AP)—flay tinchanK<<l: receipts. 21 earn. <'«m Prlf«^ Hnnnt. Chicago, Dec. C. (AP)—With pro.«pecis aliead for rain or snow througlion: the eniiro corn helt. and witli increasing talk of corn export litisiness. hroader liuying of corn ilt-veloped today. Soine corn was reported sold for e.\prt at the (I'ulf f Mexico,-4',i- cents a liushel over the price of Chicago December delivery. Wheat, oats, and ry* were also firm, helped by. .strength of corn. Diamond Church Notes Dec. ;i —Prayer meeting was . held at the James Jones home last week; A small crowd was present but:: ;a good meeting was held with .Sir. >Joties as leader. -Mrs. Owen Heal still remains bedfast. Mrs. Ethel Patrick is helping care for her. Her many yr^ieuds htjpe ?;he' will soon be *aboni again. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Daniels and daughter: havt: moved to Mildred. .Mis. Tipple is getting along fine. Mr and. ^Irg. Staiiley. Harris and • cliililren spent Thanksgiving with - Mr. .ilarris'H people.^ j . . ^ •_ Fp-li Irwin ohtertaiined her Sun-! day. school class, the Sunshinr- i clitss, at her honie recently: The folio ving :weie present; | Minnie noti^h, Nora Jones, Don 'hy Beal. •• Wallace Patrick,' ^ugt-ne (Kennedy and- Theater Norman.- The! f,hildren had: a fine time playing gii les and fruit salad'and cafee wore -rvetJ. j Mr. and Mrs'. Banta aitcn >d the fiinpral of Mrs. Uu'th Went ng at Neosho Falls last Sunday. The pfe supper and progr m at Diamond'school house last Friday evening was- enjoyed by all. A lar$e crowd attended. The :)ro-' Dorsett Produce Co.^ U«ji E«ft Wee*. - CttsH for Ponltrr and Egg» Ife irni come after' ponltrr. GRENNAN ?S jWARKET "Comer East Monrofi and Elm Stiu , lOI/A, K.\^SAS We Want Your Poultry, Eggs: and Hides. ' AXAfOUR FHO.NE >'UipEB IS S7ft JToiaN Prodine Honiie! Since 1911.. ceeds were, $2i.-l«. .Miss Thelma Kennedy received the box of candy and, .Mr.. Kilgorc the pair of so.x. . Mjr. tjnd .Mrs. Will Koss attended tlie ''hoirse warming last Friday evening at the new Home of Gill lluxton and family in the Belfry neighborhood. Linkl Uorsey is getting along all right. ' . Mrs. Grace Irwin and two sons spejit the week-end recently at the Janies Irwin home. A prayer meeting and social combined _was held at the .K. O. Banta home week before last.- A gooii crowd was present. Pie. take, cookiesjand coffee were served.! The following were entertained at the Jaities Irwin home Thanksgiving day: .Mr. Will Irwiii and: family of Geneva, Mr. Joe Gregory; anil faiifily of Colony, ,1. B. Fergus, Hugh and Wayne Fergus. Kighteen were present and an enjoyable day was spc'nt. ; Fern Irwin called at the Phil-i Iip.^ home Tuesday afternoon. . A week from Sunday our pastor; will preach an ijinstrated sermon to tht children. .AJL the children in the community are especially invited on that- day. Parents are welcome, too. The date will . be December 11. Come. ; Mrs. Vickers entertained some nieces and nephews I from Oklahoma from Tuesday; uiitilj. Thursday. On Thanksgiving day' ihey all went to;.Welda and spent the day at Ihe Durst hohie. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Xormnn pnd chiidren spent Wednesday at C'." -.lanies Ii-wln home. .Mr. and .^Irs. Charles Norman and children spent ThaftkBglring at"the hoiiic'of Mrs. Norman 's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Tom Gret-n and family. Ldter: .Mra. Owen Bcal has taken a turn for the worse ,and- several doctors, have ^been in 'attendance. We are hoping for better newf soon. ' Kansas fity Livestock. Kan.sas City. Dec. 6. (AP)—U. B Deparlment of Agriculture.—Hogs 12 ,000; fairly active; steady to 10c, lower than Monday's ' average;' stock pigs steady; packer fop $8.50 on -^2.-. to 2611 lbs.; bulk desirable I 'lO IKs., up $S.30fi$8.aO; 140 to ISO lbs, $7.T."iTi?S.25; • packing sows $R.r.ftip '.<7 ..")0; stock pigs $S.OO<g SS.SO. • i Cattle 12 .000; calves 2.000; beef steers opening very sIoW; weak; bidding'lower on most all weights; ()iialiiy improved over .Monday; slie stock and bulls sieady; vealers , and calf market not fully estab- lishi'd; bidding sharply loiMh- on vcalers: stock «-rH ami JCrtsders scarci'. fully .steady; hulk fed ;M<-iMrt. iliglbic lo sill aroulid $U.OO 111 .<H (II). Shcip 4,1)110; lambs . fairly active fully ^^l•ally; Hheup steady; lop I'l'd liimlis ^n.iiii; oth<-rs mostly .<;i.l2.'i.l/$lfiriO; shorn yearling wctlicrs $lii.2.".'?7$in.3.'"i: odd lots fill ewes :fG.(l0 7;$6.r.l). kansas City <Sraln. K 'lii .sa.s <'ity, Dec. 6. (AP)-— Wlieiit: Itecelpis 117 cars; unchanged 10 tent higlitr: So. 2 dark hard, ll.lH/l .r .T'A; .No. 2, $1 .40'iCf(l.lGU:' .\o. 2 hard $1 .29 i f /l .-'io: .Vo. :t. $1.24 >-i<ril .40»4: .No.' 2 red. nominally $1 .41(fil.H: No. .1, nominally $1 .3G'/i(fi 1.41. Clo.sc; December, J1.24: .May, $1.2S. • . Corn: Ueceipts 165 cars: unchanged to '4 cent higher; No. 2 white; Snu'ft$4c: So. SOfiSlc; .\o. 2 vellow, S.=i«iS5'/ic;.No; ;!. S2>2 (f/'S4c: .No. 2 mixeil, S2ai(?iS.'5>.Ac; No. :!. 7SVs<?»82Uc. Close: December S2^c; May S9 Sic; July 92lsc. Oats: Receipts 2 cars: 1 cent higher; .Vo. 2 white, nominally .••|.1»A<r(\5Gc: .No. ,3, .i2>ifr5.=io,. .Milo maize: $l .:{7Ji 1.3!». Kafir: «1 .:{1. Rye: $1.00. Barley: "raWSOc. A new invention of interest to card players has just been patented in Vienna—cards made of aluminum and celluloid, which will last a long time.' Anothi»r artviintdge Is that they can' be easily cleaned to look like new. NORTH OF LAHARPE , Dec. 1.—In spite of ihc blizzard it cleared tip Wednesday anil the Farm Buiiaii ladles held tlnir meeilng with .Mrs. S. I. C.iffoid. • Mrs. \V. I. Hcny of H:irtlesville. Okla., who has hijen vialting .Mrr:. Montgomery for sevenil (Ifiys, went back to lola yesterday to visit other friends. .She used l <i live in Allen County and -lias a score of warm friends here who are always glad to- see her. .Mrs. Owens who has been at the home of her daughter, .Mrs. C. T. Harris, with; a broken limb, has retiirncil home. B. Gil'ford is suffering with an attack of neuralgia. . Tljere was a gou<l 'sized- crowd at prayiir meeting Wednesaa>' evening. The Rev. Mr. Andrews gave a fine explanation of the Sunday School lesrfon. We would like to see more attending. .Mr. (Jiffonl's brother and wife and son and wife and baby boy from Nebraska came Sattirilay on their way to visit relatives in Missouri. They left Sunday and will stop for a longer visit on their way hack. Archie ^ Montgomery and family visited Etaturday night with his mother and sister Luella. C.eorgiij. Montgomery's grandmother, Mrs. Cole, in lola, who was ver}': low, was a little better the' last we heard. The Woman's Christlhii Temperance Cnipn held their monthly meeting with' .Mrs'. Jfn,nie Henderson. November 2.i. .Mrs. S. 1. Gif- fprd. locai president, presidi'd. The While Ribbon rally song was sung In choriis, .Ml repeated-the 2:ird Psaliii with Mrs. ha lira Wood leading. .Mrs. Jennie Hi iidersoii and .Mrs. BIJTiiche Russell offered prayer. Roll call was responiled lo by clippings which were furnlslied by .Mrs. BIsIe Walton. .Mrs. .Montgomery read from the I'lirfsii:iii .\i|vii- cale. "Cariada a llase for Lawlessness." Reports were given by ihi- dlffennl officers ami directors wlio were preseni. Mrs. I'eiirl Sal- I'ee. director of flower mission and relli'f, aUcr glvlnc her report, tendered Jier reslgiuiilon.as she Is going to move away. "^Irs. Blanche Russell, county president, then took charge of the meeting and lead tile local\ institute which consisted of Instruction and, discussion of Ihe work to be done in the un- fon.s. She spoke of the'counfy Institute which would he held the followins Monday, November 2S.' She then pre;sented .Mrs. Cora Kershne'r. of Wichita, state worker. Mrs. Kershnfrr. whose talks are always fine, spoke on various lines of; the work nnd on systematic giving and tithiug. and she explained the work of the different departments. The directors and members responded to many questions which she asked, and asked difficult tjnestions which she answered. Mr.s. Walton spoke on Institutes and explained how they had been condtictecf: Mrs. Andrews will have charge of the work of systematic giving and Uithing and will instruct the meinhoes. Visitors were: Mrs. .\lle Mitchell, of Osawatomie and Miss Lavoii Stevens. Miesdames Rose Brock. Estella GrifH, Anna Hartley and Mininie Soirimerville compose the entertainment committee for the De- NEWS NOTES FROMCOLONY Tiie Keu K. >. PitUIpL SnppHes Christian Church Pnlpit Son. 'I 'urnerH to Kexide In L BH- renre, Personal.s. Strayed,. Lost,JFound STR.VVED—From S. E. McGinnlf. one Jersey heifer. :? years old, with horns. Pho'ieJ :LTJJ;},Y: AUCTIONS (HRL—Competent girl wanted for general housework. ; .Mrs. C. -A. Swiggett." Phone 320. SltnatloiLs ITanted—.Vale (.Mea. W. Pay tori.) CQLONy, Kans., Dec. .V—Dr. and Johrt Courtright returned to home at Kan'sas City Sunijay .Mrs. theii! Anctfons afteii .spending th" week-end with | . COM.MUNITY' SALK-.U Lallarpe. Saturday. December 1'.': livestock, filrm machinery, household goods, etc. T WO cream separators an I .-ome niAv furnilure. Mst with Frank Wilson, nias. Dragco. Aufttioneer. .MARRIED MA-N—Wants gcueral farm Avork by the year. -New type- wriler for sale. $1.'.. Phone South Gas Garage, Peter C. Andeison, K. :5. lola. FINANCIAL her IparenLs. .Mr. and .Mrs. Frank • Denuey.aiid other relatives. .Mrs. CnlKin Whitaker, who had IieiiT a {f^- days at tlu>'home of her parents, .Mr. and .Mrs. H. H. Fackler at Humboldt, convalescing foniJ her; injured hand, was able to r^ I urn home the latter part of •the week Olid is getting along nicely. • • '• ' Ol n .Miftckley was at h <ime from Otta va oyer Sunday. Ill rton Harroii went to Wichita K 'tiil 'v. looking for work, and will visit Duard .Murray and Antoue Payt )ij, already located there. ^ .Ml. and .Mrs. J. J. (J'.Mara drove to 1 ila Saturday morning to: attend 'lie funeral of Fred Kramer, who Kiin an old friend of tjieirs. Air. Kramer was a brother o -f the late Iciias.; Kranier. for many years • lionoreil citizen of Colony. S. Brooks drove .Mr. and-.Mr.=. • Cannon to Toi>eka Friday; te they visited .Mr. Caniion's r, who is very ill in a hospital an R Liiti wh lath the: II las: lalh brot I en I M pun xvhi whil been •l!er>' for Hill supij PL'BI.IC AUCTIO.V-^Public auction' every Saturday at 1 :00» o'clock at' Bishop's Sales Pavilion. AUTOMOTIVE Aatqmoblle Atetnelif A A USiOO CAR— (s as Vependabie as the dealer who sells it — Dodge Sales and Service. The best place to buy good, dependable used cars. At present we havo a complete line of both open and-closed models, priced to sell. Ellis MoJor Co.. 214 .North Washington BUI) WHITE .MOTOR CO.-^ Hudson- Essex dealers. Everythiii!; i.ii liigii class ii.'^ed cars. You \kill fiinl whal you v.-ant here. .All j.riceil wot 111 the money. We trade <ir give liberal term>'. 21'.i .S. Wasii- iiigtoti. Phone iy± _ Automobiles For Sale • tl O .AK11 .ANI) Dealers I'ONTIAC '2.S Oakland..<-oai!r. liki- new; 'J 1 Oaklunil siiCrt toiiriir.;, like nev. ; .'2S Pontiac coach,, like new; 'li'I Pontiac coav-lr "2'. j;',iii;k liphl : 3ti»ney to liOatt— .Mortgages 4il FARM ^AND CITY LOA.NS—Base rate on farms, .">',, <-ity 6'.'. lj)ng or .short time. R. M. Cunningham. FARM LOANS—(Juick sehice and .-easonalile rates. .\. D. Haw-; tliorne. 1.'>'1. We>t .Madison. FARM A.M) CITY 1.0ANS—At ciir- ri'iit rales. I.i-beral terms. Prompt :i(r-,ice. Voiir business, appreciat-^. 1(1. • Can on TJi'- .\«len Coiiiity! Inv.-vtiiient Co.. Kel|..y Hotel Bldg . lola,; Kansas. K U R A L ]rEbEPH0NfcJS — Gold watches, gnilars. ukuleles, banjtti, accordions, smoking stands, silref- ware, victrolas and radios, frotn; f2.". to $100. -All make nic; Christmas phesents. Chimney - Sweep. Phone 903. ^ -' TYPEWRITERS—For sale." rent or trade; Williams Typewriter Co., U.I East .Madison. S7 Good ThIngH to Eat second PECANS—Select Oklahoma pecans, 2.".» Phctie 110!'. picking? per pound.: Honsehold Goods 69 G.\S -RA.VGES-.New ones, low. prices, guaranteed stoves. Hen-' niuger's Furniture Store, 118 West • Madls4>n. IHOrSEHOI.D FlRNITl'-RE --^ At. private sale. Phone 771 or cajl at .•!02 East •.'•treel. I jMfl.VKY TO I.O.A.N- On farms or ! city p:oper!y. hmvest rate. Stewart; • K- Funk. MOXF.Y 'I'd I.O.\.v/.On real <stat"v rep;iya!i!e in SUKI II montlily pa;'-:' nients. Tliese Iiiiin never-come di«i' — iK-tler ln-caiise cheaper ai:il"mi»r-' coi!vciiient. .Security liiiildiiig . l.o;>:. .-\ssn.. l.st Natl. Hank BId.g.. I SOME REAi; BARGAINS -.New ga:H i raiigi!. I Imrifer. .s2i; uoyv cohl i heater. l'j*-inch.-$1.'.: Iiew truBkS,; up: new iiirniiitre'at greatly. reduced prices. Call" ^'and see' Brv'son Furniture Store. I'SEI) C()AL HEATERS—Large size. $17.iii»; medium size~ $10; .ufiod .condition. Ihnninger's Fur- iii'inv> Store. West .\ladison. . I'iiiyATi; .MDNHV ,'io hn:i on' re;l est:!le. .Sc.-. Mis. l-'i iil I'rsilily. I^iii.-irpe. I'C^ii.-^. . : LIVE STOCK l•^ »huin;>ril received ; word weekiif the iltath of liiii aK<il fr in'lniliana and he ami a ler ffoni Oiritnl went to at- Uu- luneral. ' ' ; and Mrs. P.. Turner have based a residence at l.awrence e they will make their home je Jack attends the university. Rev: Mr. Fousi, who liad pas-tor of the Christian church left 'with his family, last week la iifw Dastorate at Pleasant As Rev. E. .V. Phjllips will ly the Chri.^tian f/alpit for the present. E. .M. Chatterioii has been doing inte-ior ]iaiiui:ig and paperins; at the Presljji-terian manse, getting it :n s mpe i.'i rejit. .A! •. and Mrs. Charles Martin got moved last week nj.their new home] wli;-h bait been built on his fath-i or Itnfus .Martin's place. t;iiarlie | will farm' for his father. Tie funeral of .Mrs. Clias. Eweii; was held at the-^Ielhodl.st church i last Thursday afternoon-and Inter-i met t, was made in the Colony, ceuielery. ."The father and a l)rotli-i I touring, fint sliape; :'I'.'i Foid j coupe; Ford forii'ir '^•lil.iii, ••Vce:- 1 lent sl'.apc. ihe:ip: K-ir,! '.-tui iste;-. I box on ictir: 'i*:! ("Itevi-Diei con; e: •2.-> Chevrol.-t toiirin.!--: ".21 l)odi;.i touring, ;;r.od. S.-vcra! i:tlier •hei.ti­ er used Cars.^ Casli. , terms or tra>le.«-"Hoh,-.rt'Motor Co. O, K. CSEO CAR.S -i;)21 Konl roa<;- stor: 1924 Ford touring: 102:? Fori! roadster: 1922 Ford <ouiJo: 1021 •Dod.ge touring: l !i2l Dodse roadster; i;i2.". Chevrolet loiiriii.:;: 1920 Chevrolet sedans !!t2-l Chevrolet^ touiiiij:; 1921 Chevrolet ton truck' with grain hgi^v- i ;i2t Overly^.! to'irin.2: 1919 Oakland touring: nearly new 'Inletualiona! grairi i)0(iy for truck. Shelly ?.lotor Co., ll.S 4Vest Jackson. Phone 60. Horses^ Caltle. Vehicles -l!* -.Iliisicar .Merchandise b'3 (IRf;.\N--^In good condition. wa-| case. liKinire 924 .North M'a st.reet. j WanfPd --To Bny cHttle and hogs. J. C. ButchM-. not nttt. I W.ANTKD-Fo:; Terriers, Collies. ' Spilz. Hlieiilierd puppies. Stajte I age. dcscrilie. .\o mongrels-wa; 1 ed at tiny sprite. E. A: Uicket KinVaid. Kans. REAL ESTATE FOR RE i-r < Toi to I Ills f .Mrs, Ewcn were present from ka. anil two other Inotliers llvljig ill .New .Me.\lco were unable .Mrs. Eva Wil>oii, a near lonie. lieiglibor of .Mr. Eweii will liire for. Infant soli for I be present. leinber meeting, .\ricr the benediction refreshinenis were served by hie hostess. Mrs. .lentiie Hen- derMon. and .Mesdames Hallle .Murphy! Alhla Parki-r and Pearl Siil- lee. The. night session began at ":;h .and-consisted mostly of a wonderful lecture'by the state sp« ker, Mrs. Com Kershner Mr. aiidd-Mrs. Adam Holeman are soon going to their grand- dan jhter's* in .Michican to spend the winter. Jirs. Maltie Stout is visiting, her two sisters and nephew in Topeka and will: go on to Garden Cl^y to spe)id Christmas, With a daughter. .Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Lucas's daughter and husband.' '.Mr. and .Mrs. .Maijtin Green, have adopted a baby l)oy. has! cip silk by a LE. iui re FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 192! Bl'/CK ROADSTER-Chry.slerj "Oil" coupe: Fronty Ford tudor sedan: PI2^ Ford ceiijio; Clirysler "fiO"-sedan: l.'*26 Ford roadster; lft2'i Fonl sedan. -All are iii good' siiape: We trade. Ro.ss ..Arbuckle's- Giirage, Cirysler ileakrs. Pho. 192.=; F ORD COFPE V.xlrn grod, balliMiii tires. •i:'2'.. IVtll sell' on time or tradi- for aiiythiiii;. Buyer .Miil.irfn.. 212 S. .leli. I'lmne 2:!. I!i2i; FllIM) JtOADl-rlKU Oin [Oii- iiiily *2.">ii. We bii.v. M-ll t»t irsiie. •.VIex'.-illdcr .\ilt<i .'"al.e.s A - Siippiv fVi.. 2i>'! S, Wasjiiiigliin. I'imiie ".SX. .tiilo 'I'riicks liir Sale 12 '2.'; TON FORI* 'ritriK Kiinipp.-t. with itiiikKtell axle. j |,.\v lali and !;fiod tires, a giiod Iriiik. Soiit!! -Street Gara::e.. _ Atllo jVcce.siiories, Tires, Parta '.JS (•'>\v-f-Fr..-sh purohreii •lloJsteins.i WA.NTEI) TO lU'Y—AH ' kinds| i;i»i,.l'niilk pni!!iic;'r.s. C. T. Snii;- il.Leiloy. I\;!ii.-'' ' cov .'.s—:;.". head milk cows: Ji'>-^' scys. 2 ycar.s <dd. giving from I'-.J r.;.!l!:)!«.s to 2 gallous mill: per day, will freshen in January; 2 Jerseys. 4 and -•> years old, nice ones^ with hrifor (alves.'giving 4 gallons milk per day; 2 Holsteins. :? and 4 years old. giving 3 gallon's milk per day, will freshen in Fe'u.^ • ruary: "> Jerseys, will be^^fresh ir| week; 'i Guernseys, will freshen right away, will give from 4 to. S gallons per day when fresh; a re«l Durhams and 2 roan Durham^, will freshen soon. wiU give, .i and C) gallons per day when fresh: ii red Poll- cows, will lie fttesh in sv few days; 2 ^Holstein heifers; i\ Holsteih cow.s, will freshen soon;M Shorthorns, will freshen righif-. av.-ay. Will .sell on time or trad?! fi>r other catt;e. horses or mule* .1. C. Itiit<;l:.r. Of 1 Business Places For Rent NEW STORE BUILDI.NG—For Teit. ' -''M ^ Otten's Bakery, 211 .N'ortli Jefferson, ; 1: " lionses Tor Rent Hi I FOR RE.VT, FITRNISHED—Modem'; cottage, close in. Phone 115.; J (garbage, the disposal of which long been a problem t(^ muni^ I anlhorities. may soon be ma^le to yielil guncotton, artificial tar, charcoal, and acetic acid, [means of a process invented by BeTlIn".engineer. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS ' Strayed, LostTjFonnd W }vTHER POUCH—Lost, contain$.''.o'.i)0 in .silver Reward for lurn to Register. I'SED PARTS—All kinds, tire.s. tithes, lotteries, starters. loht.A'ulo Wrecking Co. Phone 7S2. liVE ARE WRECKING—A '24 Ff.rd sedan to .sell the parts. We ar-;installing a modern battery charger. Battefies^ cabled for and delivered. Smith's Garage. 424 .North street i ;rKi :N.SEV MCLL • A good one.' yi:;i- ul'!. Ri'lier> L. Works. Hum-' iioMI.Kas. iriiniheldt pho. Xm-yi IIOKSTKIN COWS; Good' oues^^ fresh iiiiw; severaf good heifers;^ :il>ii fill" -iiioats. I ilalzer. S .MILK CliW tlooil jersey giviiiii milk I'an lie •-leu in tnwii. Slielly': .Mot.ir Co.. Its West Jackson.; I'leille il'i. - . : 'SPRl.NG CA:,VKS . r. liea<l; fiv "(ows; llolstcin. .lerseys, Gu'-rii-;: se.vs, witb calves by shie: or wilf- tra 'da foi-, apythit:g.' Rover Sio.-k^ Farm, 4^ miles soiith l-illarpe .r phone 721. YOFNC; COW—F'or pale. Pho. 60.-.:J »Vantcd—Uve Stock ~5(| Fini .NISHED COTTAGE—4 room, modern with giirage, hlock from square. Phone 78. | i ^ HOUSE—Seven room modern, gir- " age for two cars.:cIo.se iu. Jo}in Reufher ' REAL ESTATE FOR SA f'ATTLE -Wanted to'liuy all kind>i (if'catlle. Phone 2'? Jola, or 72i? l>aHarpe. • . ' - - :; MERCHANDISE BUSINESS SERVICE Dre -ssmafclBg and'MlllIn^ri' SI PL.AI.N SEWING — And comfort tacking wanted. Phone i:i2SW. Articles, For Sale SEWING—.And eihbi-oidery wanted. Mrs. Ronsick. 204 .N. Chestnut. Slovln;;, Trucking:, .Storage GOOD TRACTOR-^And plows for sale cheap; excellent condition; Phone 71S or 24; ' ' .NATIVE LI'MBER—.Mostly oak. any dinien.sloiis. See Paul ,Alkiu=« Owl Creek Stock Farm, 5 niile .9 ue.s: Iftimboldt or call Bud White .Motor Co.. phone l.Su, lola, Kansi. Faritrs and Land For ^ale B3 ONE OF THE BEST- Itnprov^l farms in .\llen coirnfy: 120, acres. 't.adjoininw an incorporatei! ,fown:l natural gas and electricity; ilf>' morlgagtv^ Will fake ,sinall 8whur-:=. ban projierty or we.sicrii wheat land-in pari pnynient. Terms <^ part if desired. See or wilte J. t}. • Robc-ts. 1.,-iHarpe. Kans. SPECIAL FAR.M I!A RGAl.NS — 3.". acres impro\e(|, i mife .to high scliool and towu; 240 acres stock farm, improved; price $17..^0 per acre; S'l acres improved, all fine land,-$.-.0<' cashnvtll handle;* 160 acre stoJk; farm, improved, at ?27..".0 per acre; .';o acres, im^ proved, f'i miles coifnty seat town, at $4l> per acre; 160 acrek, improved, fine laud, only $37.50 per ane. These are bargains. Liberirl teriii.s can be i arrangeUl AVhy rentOther good snaps. Call on The Allen County Investmeiit Co., Kelley Hotel BIdg, lola.'Kas. WELL IMPROVED 80 ACRESt- .-\uil well established filling sta- t'on oTL main trail north and south. Price |6,fi00 for both. .M. A. Schllck.; CALL DKAS TRANSFER - Phone 885. will move-you bV* hour or contract, with experienced men: ONE WIDE TIRE WAGON —One, irtm wheel wagon, one set harness.-J. C. Butcher. , WHEN YOU MOVE—Or. store yo-jr goods call Corr's Tratisfer. Offf.-.o 146. residedee 140. SPP:CIAL-2 ft. hog troughs, weiglit •X Ibs;; special, only I'li'. .Allen Coiiniy inpleniont Co; so .ACRES—Well improved and on main, highway, •icuM I op comer of farm, a real.snap for ((uiek sale. Hawthorn;>, Ir'i'l West MadlsK^. Phone 27. ; Houses For .Sale HOUSE—6 room modern. $400 ca^ balance terms. , .lackson Realty Co.,, oyej- Brow n's Drugstore.

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