Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 9, 1927 · Page 7
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-~ -r tHE tOliA DAlILY REGISTER^ FRTDAr EVENTNG. DECEIVIBER 9. 1927, ii|b*i»^pop. — ~ ••turday. DM. W . <:!»—Hteh Jtnkeb—EAF, » lUtiotiS. . ^ i . M atattODS. .J.IO—Boaum Srm^onlr prclM^-^fBZ. _ I • 1:00-OJ« Oold on Bto^WWfr-WKAF; • WMfoM. a:0 »-'FlA» Honr -^W^, n statiou. . . I <:«»r -Cass Bagan-a OrchMtm— WBAF. a sUUou. llfOO^hifao'Heorr-KCK), 4 auUona. ISiiO—aatnrdar Kite lUvtie—KOO. 3 lUUpiif. SATURDXY, DEC. 10 n^pcnuna In'CebtnU'tStandard tinia. Ail iiio^Wp.' U. uplaaa «ihorwla« Jn- dieautd. 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Mvanport—SuO ;«^4t»—Ciiuiica Coa (.«il .aiU—Ac>» o^uiuliuuy Urciicstia a.vv— A uuv'u Aiuur aia.-.— WHu uaa Meinaa—MO < :utf— •NCM t jLurk ^luvuuuj vikiica- ua' j iv:uu— A «kki> a i'kik Cciiirki UfcQ, 4H O .»—kVbA 'Wrfrt uauwt—aifti liuii—.Aew 4>uivUui>y urvucaira mvu—iii^ cum. i.illla Ulenu iu:uv—x-uuiutu jaaicra M<./—VVWJ liatreit—8S0 i;!/'./—uiutivaii k '•:«\^U>u ouiu uu UiukdMky ' u.uu— biluuiu cekiura^ 4M./—rort Worth-6C0 tt;UU — lUa aukcU AKt* tf.^u—puauny ociiuwi i^suii 37UJJ—WUAi- naiiaaa City—810 ];uu—/>et;' lurk syuipuuw> urcututUa «.^;ii—x'uuuu juuui if.wU—oiwkv Vvcatviu Cbala : .«u3.<— v>b\>u miiiiiaapoiia -kt, Paul—740 (i:ia—i'kiwileli Uuiei OicUeatm i.utf—itow ivrk oyuipuwu/ viicoealra 6.UU—x'uucu xiuur iv.vtf—i.^ui >i» uutci uicbcatra S\....<—V«W</ Ulllklla— u90 u:oU—'AIU(.J -iMwi '.ii'a i/rciicaii'k i.uu—i>«>»« Xwi* ojftnyuuut 04ciieaua a .vi/— miivu nyui k.VU— Uulklik AiiuUIIK I'l'uHlkiU . »o.i—Kbu'bt. i.uuia—SM> 7 :fJU —!iuik ayiiiyiiuiiy oruliea- bulu' 1= AMONO riATURCD fROORAMa Sunday, Dae il 1:00—Rdxy Stroll—WJZ. S irtatl«ifc_,= . -3:00—Toimg People'a Conferenea— WKAF> t atatlona. J:00—symphonic Hou^—WQR. li aUttowL_'> , ^ 3:00—Men'a Conference, IW. & FItrkea Cwtman— WBAr, S atatiaafl, 3:00—Don Vqoriie«a BanS^WOR. 16 aUtlmia.. B: SO^Weymottth ^bcKlon Band—fWEAF.-11 atatlona., ^ C:20—Capitol Theater Family—WEAK,-14 atatlona. 7:19—CoUier'a Review—WJZ. • station*. 8:00—Kftcrveacent HoutwWOR. IB ab^na. _^ , • , 3:15—Atwater Kent Hour: Audition Flmla-rWSAr, 33 siaUona, 8 :J0-TAmarlcan Slngara—WOR. 15 S: 10—Standard Symahony Houi^KGO KGW KPO KfOA KHQ 9:00--<>>Iumbia latlmte Hour—WOR. 14 atatlooa. lik- ii;uu—I'uucu UoUi—•siuUkn J:U «—fttiaia uui- UiUieaUk lu.vu— A 'urik «.eiiirki ui\Uie<>ira 34ll.b—KVUO Tula*—aoO i:16—.tlMkvkliaii Muaiu b.uu— ir -uiiCu uwur D .vu- Auuiu/ti iariUHaUauiaa v.*v—.Uvuvm/Uuiii tfikik wuailat WKSTBRN . ; BOU.THIiRN 198.9—;WW.NC Aanevillt 'lOIS . «:tltr—byoUCtr 'Tl'lu . " 475.9—WBBAtUiitj-UU. t:U(l— SiUOda): bdtvui t.r>suu - u:iiu—Kiiuoulu iivi<<» t^.i.vi ikiuera ' V:uu—itCA iiTuki-'iii «:uu—^I'biluui I'lvoirfiii ltl:15—1 *1 biaplia rtn I't /uudria Uay ^ Sai«.*— KTHStlot Sprmga-780 S .VVrr -Ailingloii iluKI UlCbealia ^.uur-UaoLe tioiic • J 338.9— W J A X Ji ^ckionvlila— 890 " 7 ;UW—itaClUl i.^W— Ifbiicu Hour V.ifV' —jUkUce Aiuaiu I 32jf.4—.WHAa i.uuiaviil«—930 7 ;ul>—Naw.'» ui k &jiiiiitiuii> urcbeitra t ;bU— i'bilccptluui I 618 .9—WMl., Mtinplii't—S80 7 .BUT -i\iBn Juifc 5 >.Miiynuiiy urciiea- • • Ilk •* S .UU —Piiuco lluui , 340.7—WSM Nashvilla—880 7 ;W—>;ew Vui» sii iiii.iiuii> urcnealra X :«a—Pbllco.Huur . i.vi)— Barn luiiije 322.4— WSMBNCM OritaniT-nO t .3U—itt -cital Hiiil >.>.-n;;er Tbaatar I'luiiiam 12 Inn.) CENTRAL 826— KYW Chicago--570 7 .01)—New York Sympbony Urcheitra i.uy—rhiico Hour -840 488.5—KFI Laa Angaiaa lU:Ou— akiuitlay Mil* Uavua ii.uv— I'liiivu nuur i .:iuu— t'kVkkiu i-ivgiaui '338.9—KNA L«a Angaiaa—890 >:3u-^jr«>ature fiuKikina uia.} l.::vV—ttii^uiuia iiviul uivbcaiik i;uvk—cucukiiui Otu .e U^vlll:^ua 384i4—KUO Oakland—781) 'IViW^-HiJA likUluliwu Uuur • il:ui>—foitcu oour ' - iii'.W —oaiuiiiay i«Ue K^vua i:tiva—tiulei aU riauuia urctaaaira I 808.2- KUX Oakland—590 —Liliiuer Cuucexl lu ivv— V ariety tlour . 491 .6— KUW Cortland-810 iu:uu— KkUiuUuu Uuur ii:i.u— j^iiiiw Uuur l2 :uu —jikiut-uay .Mie Ketiear i:uva—aauiUiucokn Uuiel urcbeatra 454J—KFRC Ban Franclaco—800 3:3u^'l'he Cccilikiia lu:uii—aueil iittreukuara : 12 :u!r—Ukuca urcji^iik 4^3—KPO Ban ^t-ranciaco—710 8 :JU— Siaiea Keaikiuani urcbeaira Iv.ifj—A. a. C Pivtftaui ii:w—iiJf\J L«oca urcneaira 447.5-KFOA Baattia—870 ' rie:DU—K. U. A. lUdlotrua Hour <'li:utf—Jr'liUco Hour 13:uu—itaiurday Mia Uevua 370.2—KHQ Spokane—810 10 :av— Radiotron Hour il:0«— Ptuico Hour 13:D»^Herrlck -8 Orcbeatra >(2 bra.) SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11 tBytke Attoclated Prcaal Profframa in Central Standard time. All time in P. M. unless otherwise In-' dicated. Wave lensthB on left ot call letters, Wlorycles on rlslit.' DAIRY COWS SOLD AT FANCY PRICES (.hatnute Tribune:; The 0. N. Nelson' sale yesterday at the Nel- fvn farm. miles northwest of jlie city, was perhaps a record for iJiis • yoctton of the countrv. ' Anyway.'record prices wore paid for Mr. .N'cl.son's fancy dairy cows. The herd was one of the outsUnd- ing ones iu this aection, having been bnitt up by Mr. Nelson during years of experience in the ba«- iness. He offered 75 bead of cattle, mostly of the dairy variety. The top cow brought $143 :'• fifteen cows averaged 1113.50 and twenty- five cows averaged a little more than <100. Many of the choicer aniinala were started at 910(1. The bidding was spirited on the Nelson -272 .8— WPO Atlantic City—110O t:IO—Concert Orrliealra 9 :00—Sunday Kvcninir Mu8lc»1e i aBS .»^WBAL Battimera—1M0 B: 30— Concert Orchestra 8 :30— Musical Exposltiun 481 .3— WNAC Boston-650 4 :aO—Cliaia >led Veterans Profraip 8:30—Park Street Church 8 :«8— Bffervesiant. }Iour t rSO—American Slngora 9 :00— intimate Hourl - 30J.i ^WOR Bu«»lo -8 »0 4:30 -Cro»1^y Motcow Orcheatra 6 :30—Stotfon Parade , ^ «:«e—Central I'rcsbyierlan Church t:lS-^twater Kent Hour S45.1—WMAK Buiralo—UO, 5 • JO—Ensemble «: S»—Church Servlr-s H .nn— KffervrSTPnt Hour ; H' 30— American SUnsera 9 :00— Intimate Hour 538.4—WTIC Hartford—5«0 4 :30—Crojjiey Orohestr* 6:30— .Stetson Parade 422 .3— WOR Newark—710 (:4S— Sunday Eyeninr Musicals . 3 :00— ERenrsacent Hour 3:30— American Singers ' 9:00 —Intimate Hour 491.5 ^WeAF New YorkT-810 S :00— Men's Conference^ • , 4 :30— Cro8 |ey Moscow Orchesir- 8:.10— Stetson Parade 6:20— Capitol Famffy 8:00— David Lawrence 8:15— Atwater Kent|Uour 9 :li—Biblical Di«na : 464 .3—WJZ New York—680 1:00— Roxy Stroll 4:30— Radio Vespers i ;:.10 —Grenada.* 8:00- Aeolian Orean Vwspera <:30— Musical Uterature "too —Collier Hour 8:43— Ulica Jubilee Sinters 9:13 —Don Amalso 40S .a -WFI -WLIT PhiUdalphia—740 3 :30— Cbapel Service 4:30 —Croaley Moscow Orcbestra S:30 —Stetson ParBde- S:!;;—Atwater Kent Hour 9 :13— Biblical Drama SOa .2— WOO Philadelphia— SM 5:00—Orgaii Recital ' . 6:30—Bethany Presbyterian Church 315.6— KDKA Pittsburgh— 950 S :00— Little Sympbony- Orchestra 8 :00—Cavalry Episcopal Church 7:00—CoUler Hour 8 :16—Vlbrast MekMlies 8:45— mica Jubiico Singers 483.6—WJAR Providence—820 . 6 :30—Stetson Parade ; 6:30—Capitol Theater Family 277.6— WHAM Reeliaetor—10W 4:00-.Musical Mllestonea 4:30—Radio Vsspcra 6:50 —Fireside Forum a 8 :00— Theater Hour 333.1—WBZ Springfield—800 4 :10 —^Radlo.Vaspers <:80— Musical Presram 8 :50— Ensemble 7 :16 ^oIller Hour 879.S-WOV 8ehan«etady-^790 4:30— Crosley Moscow Orchestra B:.10 —Btenon Proicram 6: 20— CC^ilol Theater Family 36«.iu-CkCL Toronto—•40 3:00—orBiTi Recital .488.i—WRC Washington—640 4 :30— National Conoert Orchestra 6 :30—Sutaon Parade 8:30— Capitol Theater-Family «;I8 —Atwster Kent Hour 9 :16— Biblical Drama •1«.»-WTAO Werceater -aao 4:30—Croaley Moaoow Orchestra 6:3a7 -Stataon Parade 8:!6-^pItol Theater Program 1:00—David Lawrence . 2M .»-:.WWNC Aahsvllla—1010 3:00—Sacred Concert 8:30—Church Service ' SOUTHERN 47S.^W»B Atlanta— «J0 4:38—Croaley Moscow Orcheaira 5 :00— Vesper Services 6: 30 —Capitol Theater Program 8:16— Atwater Kent Hour 396.9r -WJAX Jackaonville-^ ' S :10 —^Dinner Music 7:00— Church Services «:00— Organ Recital 322.4— WHAS Louiavill*—930 4:30— Croaley Moscow Orchestra 8 ::0— Capitol Theater Family 8 :15—Orchestra 618.»-WMC Memphia—6S0 1:00 —TounB People's Conference 8:20 ^CapitoI Theater Family 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 336.9—WSM Naahviilc—890 4 :30—Crosley Moscow Orchestra ^8:20—Capitol heater Family < 1:16—Atwater Kent Hour • 349.9—WCOA Pcnsacols—1300 . T :J5—First Baptist Church CENTRAl. 626—KYW Chicago-570 4:30—Radio Vesp<jrs T:1S—Collier Hour .•:17-»-Twenty Minutes Good Rpading 9:15—Don Amaizo Mi.»—WEBH-WJJO Chieaao-«20 (:M—Organ Recital • JI:I6—Kdabwatcr Beach Orcheatra I 9:00—Palnier House PrograiB •.10B.t >^dN-WLIB Chlcage-M9 7:30—Correll antf Goaden 3:15—Atwater Kent Hour , 10 :Iil-r-SMn 'n' Henry 11 :eo— Th< l£>odlitms . •444 -TWL9 9li |cago—170 1 :30—rCvoas Road* Bundar. School 6 :M—Ltttls Brown Church 4<7 .»-WliAQ.Waj ChleiBO—STT S:30—WbHney Trio >S :1B—Sympbony Hour 7:00—Sunday. Evening Club 9 :15—Columbia r sin 438.3—WLW Cincinnati—700 7:1a—First Preabyterlan Church 3:IS—Collier Hour ^ . tSft.2—WSAI Cincinnati—CM 5 :30—Siktaon Program 7 :00— Serraonelte x:tS^Atwat«r Kent Hour 9 :16—Biblical Drams 3«9 .»-W7 'AM Cleveland—760 &:10—Stetson Parade 7: no—Church Services 8: IS—Atwater Kent IIuul- 3<2.S—WAIU Columbus—1080 «: I .*•—Church 'Servlr ^fi X:00 —EVrrvescent Hour !':00—American Singers 9 :30—Intimate Hour 545.1—WFAA OaUat-860 «: 00— Bible Class , •^:lii—Atwater Kent Hour 11:00—Orchestra 374.S—^OC Davenport—800 4:30 —Croaley Moacow Orcheatni 7 :00—Edwards Congregational Ch. S:00—Atwater Kent Hour 9:15—Biblical; Dra ma' 535.4—WHO Dea Moines— 560 4:30 -^ro8l«y Moscow Orrhastra <;::0 -^apltol Theater Family u: 1 3 —Atwater Kent Hour 9:IS— Biblical Dn^ma • 440.9— WCX.WJR—O*troit-680 5:00— Twilight Hour fi:00—Dinner Music 6 :30—Central M. E. Church 7:16—Collier Hour 3S2.7—WWAjOetroit-850 6 :30—Capitol Theater Family 3:15—Atwater Kent Hour 499.7—WBAP Fort Worth—COO 4:00—Sacred Concert B:00—^Vesper Services' 9:30—Sevan Ae4s 8S4.4—KTHSlHot Springa—780 8:00—Popular 0emn 9:00—Music Lovers Hour ^ 10 :00—Organ { 10:30—Danes Music 370.2—WOAF iKanaaa City—810 "4 :80—Croaley Moacow Orchestra 7:IS—GoUler's Hour 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 293,9—WTMJ Milwaukee—1020 B : 00—Organ 7:00—Musical Reminincencsa : 9:16 —Don Amaizo / 9:46 —Operatic Gems 405.2—WCCO MIo)neapoiia.St. Paul—740. . ^ :30—Chnreh Services Trio :i5—ColTief Hour .9:45—Organ 508.2—WCW Omaha—59« 4:30—Croflar Mosaew Orchestre 6:30—Bible Study «: 30—Capitol Theater Family 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 9:16—Utah Hour 499.7—WOAI San Antonio—600 7:15—Central Christian Church 3443—WCBD Zlen—870 8:00—Studio Ensemble: Vocal (2 hrs.) B48.1—K8D St. l.eul»-««0 4 :1 )0—Crosley Moscow Orchestra «:l5-CapltoI Theater Family 7:16—Cofiler Hour- 3:15—AtwAler Kent Hour 348.S-KVOO Tulaa 5:00—OM Faahloned Gospel «:.-:0—Piano ReHtal 8: IS—Atwster Kent Hour WESTERN 339.9—KOA Denver—989 7:39—Dinner Concert 9:00—Church Service 48a.»-^Kn Lea Angaiaa 848 10:00—Arolian Rpcital U :0 <V-iNBC Program- I2:0fr— Dance Music ^»—KNX Loa Angeles—880 8 :30—Hollywood Uoitarfan Church >:np—^Firrt Presbyterian Church 11): 01)—Concert Orchestra 11 :60— Violinist: pianist 1: 3a4.4— KOO Oakland^780 3:30l—Standard Symphony Hour ]'•:«>—Atwutcr Kent Hour ll:Ofll-^reat Momenta In History 4913—KQW Portland—810 * 8 :30—Standard Oil Program 1 1 :00 —Great Momenta fai Blatory ^3:00—^Uttle Sympbo^iy . 454U»—KFRC San Franeiaco—900 »:0*-Talk -8 :30—Concert Orcheatra 12:0»—Dance Orcheatra (3 hrs.) 4823-KPp San Franeiw—710 3:30—Symphony Orchestra 9:30—Organ Recital 10:30—Concert Orcheatra 447.»-rKFOA Saattle-T^O 8 :30—S.vniphony. Hour 348.8—KJR Scattla—860 3-. 1»—International Bible StudenU 9:15— Twilight Organ Hour 9 :30—Flrat M. 1-X Church 11:00—Concert Orcheatra 370.2—KHQ Spokan^lO 8:30— Standard Symphony Hour •I :30— Church of the Tnith iPAGE SEVET. i I ;r.., n =a*4 FINANCIAL J|»Bsy to Cnsn—MwrtgagBS [ PR! VAT£ aiONJSY — To loan real estate. See Mrs. Frct^ Pr liaHarpe, Kans. UVE STOCK fforses* Csttle.- Trttfcles ICAUF VVB. SALK—Shurihorn .Krspy heifer calf, two .weelts E. v; Dorsett. Phone 975-21. 'ddy ..J si 4B and I HOI/STElN COWS — (iqqcl i tinea, fresh now; several good MferS;. also fine glioats. Bal3er4 ' I MILK horn, _ _ town. Shelly -Motor Co., 118 We .lackson. Phoue 6U. K COW—Mlxeil J'erae^-jjajoift- H II, giving'milk: can be ^ceii in STOCK MARKET SOARSJIPWARD Change Today Following Opening Period of Weakness .Nttw York. Dec. 9. (AP)—The slock market displayed a complete reversal of form todya, rallying shar^ily after an opening preiod of weakness. The sudden change in siMiculativp. sentiment was not connected with anything in the day's ncwii. but appeared to lu; based oil a belief that the itH-cnt sliarii reaction had sum«:i«;iilly corrc<:tc(l. at Icast^ for the time bcinK. the top- lii-av'y iio.tirioii created by la.st month's rapid advance. . Call money continued in ptcniiriil :!upply at llic renewal ligure of 4 |icr <»:nt, and 'a more hopeful fo-l- iug was aiMiarunt regarding a con- tiniii<iH-c of easy money rales. t:hii!agO. Dec. 9. < A P>-Favorable J weather for the ciiriog and hmtk.- ing of corn, together with broad- *nliig oiii of the corn crop, movo- mnnj. dirt a good deal today lo w(>a|^en llin'corii iharkel. Primary riKrlplH of corn today aggrcgaled l.fKlZ .opo buHhels compared with .''ll'.UOO bushetu lasl weekt.and 617,- •KHJ bushels a'year ago. Komcwhat belter oxiwrl' demand for wheal, and'tile fact that IhoN LivcriMxiI wheat market was relatively firm. lielJH 'd to rally wheat {from early Kcttiacks that were associalod with corn weakness; - Kansax CHy Hay. Kftnsa:* City, I>c<;. 9. MAP)—Hay steajly to >1.00 higher: -receipts 55 cari Alfalfa No. 1. |19.50@21. cows, showing a real interest in good dairy stock. Aqothar Item of Interest was the chickens: Some 400 Buff Orping­ tons, hens and pullets, brought $1 per head. Korses. mules, : farm implements, feed and other items brought fancy prices. Another thing that reflects, the financial situation in the countr- is that practically cverj-thing sold for cash. THE 'Cnr OP lOLA FINANCIAL REPORT TOR TH E MONTH OF NOVtJMBEH. 1927. WorLing FuBds I Alley^-- —-- . General ..Street and Stores - Special Paving No. 2 • Special Cemetery I Band - L—-Park pas -.- ; AVater ----Electric . '; Balance . y 1 Balance 10-31-27 $ .1,97l'28 3.032.76 3,464.88 2.5d.1..17 54.02 632.3:t 11.760.4,-i 4,096.90 35.196.20 64,802.19 I Receipts I Dlsb'mts. I I 84.05 506.94 3.159.92 I I ,2l)6.?.7 T..1Sn .-li' 4.523.34 I 6,867.30 21./',:8.24 1.2 .952.78 1 ,099.95 5,370 .62, :S7.65 • I 7..S1.1.8.1 .1 2.653.37 ; 9.369 .78 ^ 2 .r246 .03 I IntBnst tmi Boad Faadg ; Judgment U — I ^—t ISL; internal Imbrovement * Kefundiiig Bond Interest ' Sinfiing —; 1---- i' Balances ^ 1 -— ;Xotal Balances — — ' 1-.- Balance 11-.10-27 $ 1.102:55"! 2.4.19.75 1 1,'^54.18 < '•' -.1 2,562.09': 54 02 574.28 11,626.94 5.966.87 I 31.703.72 ' 57.'<i84.40 Outstand'g I I Warrants ' "$" 567,58"; 253.50 i 614.29 6.66 : 16 ii.-j 426.79 2S7.66 1.711.51 3,884.04 Cash in Drawer Treas'rs, Balance 1.449.7.-; 291.44 2.040.89 I 1.670.11 2,693.25 1,868.47 6.66 2.562.0i 54.l)i .'.90.3? 10.603.98 5.954.83 .i.i.n^.-!) !;9,127.5.T I 235.36 I 2,553:14* 768.19 • 15.6q9.31 14,059.72 . 235.36 < 2.553.14 *1 768.19 I 15,609.31 14.069.72 i $7g.86L9l i >21.728.24 $29.246.03 ! y71,344.1» I $ 3,884.04 | % 2,040.8» 235^6 2,553*.14* 768.19 15,609.3^ 14.059.72 "$73.187.2^ K. i:; Hay by U. S. (Jnides. Kansas City, Dec. 9. (API — IU.' S. Dept. of Agriculture).—Hay uuchanged. .;: - Kujisa.s CWy Produce. Kansas City,;Dec. 9. (AP)—Eggs, firstis, 40c; candied current re- ceipjs. 37c. PoiJItrj-. ducks. 15c@18c: geese, ilac." 'I •• j; |. Other produce uuchanged. KiiBsasH'lty Craln. Kansas City. Dec. 9. (AP»— ^Vheat, receipts 169, cars; unchanged; .No. 2 dark hard $1.48 ®1J;3: No. 3 $1.44@1.46>,.4: No. 2 hard $1;28 01.46: No. 3 $1.23© 1.43: No:- 2 red $1.40@1.43'-4; No. 3 ?1.4«01.41>3. -* Cjos*". Dec. $1.23^: May $1.27%. Corn, receipts 235 cars; to 1 cent lower: No. 2 white 82c; No. 3 78e.79R: So. 2 vellow 83>A^i84c: -Vo. 3 80«@S2,V.c: No. 2 mixed 81 miUjc:. No. 3 7St^80c. Close. Dec. Sic: .May «7%c: July 90?ic. Oats, receipts 4 cars: 'ic lower: No.'2 white, nominally 53ia.55%c: .No.-3 nominally 52%^54'/ic. .Mi!o maize $1.36e>1.37. Kafir. $1.30 (1?! 1.32. '«^e. 38«;99c'.. Barley. 79©80c. Kaoiia.s JTIty Lirestbck. Kansas Cit.v. Dec. 9. (API— IU. ;S: Rept. of Agriculture).—Hogs 2.00(1); strong to 10c higher than Ttaiirsday'fl averages stock pigs 8C «Kc. steady top $8.75 on 225 to 270 lbs.: bulk ilesirable 190 Fbs. up. $8,501^8.75: 140 to 180 lbs., $8,000 K .tr,:] packing IOWH , $7.0 W #7:75. CJjttle; 2..-.0IJ; calves 800; beef .«lci>ifs ' fairly active, steady to slTo'Bg: other classes scarce, unchanged. Choi :p Cbristmas yearl- ingH' averagini r around 1,000 ibs., $lk.'4)0. new to 1 for the year; bulk mcftlum to go>d short fed qteera, $11.50© 13.25: ireal tbp..$12.00. S^ep, 1.800; Iambs iictire, strong to l ^c higher; aheep\steady; choice 86 jb. fed Lambs. $13.75: others, $13.S0; 98-lb. Uppers. $11.25: Mia-'' tive^ $13.2.=;; |ll3-lb. best ewes, i6M. 'I, B. L. MoNlel, City Clerk, do hereby certify that the above statement is correct.' •Subscribed an* sworn to before me this 3rd day of December. 1927. , : . (My commission expires August 13, 1931.) , . ., ••. •••QTeriiwmB.J-..:-; . ; • ;• I)«.no«llR: On«, $9..«<70.00; Wulor. $2,830.00; Rlettlric, $3,957.00. . it . " Julia Williamiion. Notary Public' B. L: McNIEL. City Clerk. The last imp irtant tennis tournament of 1927 vill be the naUonal coimiclhions fir the junior and boyft'igMoor ciamplonships, to be hel«t )fn New York City during Chrfetmiw wccK. AUTOMOTIVE AptoHiobiles For Sale 11 1923 PORD COUPE—Extra good, balloon Ure$. $225. Will Tseil on time or tradfe for anything Boyer •Motor Go.. 212 S. Jeff. PHone -23. 1926 FORD CpUP£—?390. We buy, soil or' trade.- Alexander; Autol Sales & Siip|pl>-:Co.. 203 S' Wa«h- iugton. Piipne 38S. : . 1P26 FORD I UOADSTER^Iu . Al shape. $2U0;(.0. Will sell pn time or trade for anything. Boyer Motor Co.. 212 S. Je/f. Phonij 23. Auto Accessories; yirex. Parts W FORD STARTKRS—.\iid |;euerators and H^imc [batterjes. lola Auto Wro-kiiig Co. l?hone 782.- BUSINESS SERVICE Pl.A.M] of wool 1; we frcnch-doors BuNlnpfiH Hervlces Offered lOl.A Mrs. Gullett's Itente. Rob Snodgrasa who is^ hear from Leon, Kansas, Wsiting 'his bro. and family expects to go home after Christmas. . ' •Mrs. .Montgbnier.v our corres-' p-oudeut of the north end of the burg, brought Miss Jennie Berrie down to .Miss Will Snodgrass. they wer old time friends, she now lives in Bertinsville. 1 Oh how som • jare working for Christma.". : We have layed aside the sliut- tell. It will weave fior us no more. The Christmas gift-s- we will get Will com from the store. Mrs ArnoJd tlio imrce iias been suffering with it, sprained aiikell. Som nice, cliickcnii uro being marketed. •Mrs Swaggert i.s> iiurcing up »• Kincade. She is a fine woman and has a host of friend^. Mrs Hunt and daughters and husband and nephew wor hear a Sunday cnrout to K. C. TJIiey had got a letter- from i-loyd and he said lin was .sick and to wright •general delivery. K. C. lie had b«rpn in an- auto axident. one man got both legs brolie, the oilier .one killed and tho re:^ bruscd. Well wt» received a laird from' Fort Dodge with the Lincoln bu/ld- lii: and said Ihey looked every d .'iy' for our lle ^iiH :iiid wer di.sap|ioiiil • eil' when they did not see theni. Well hear they an-. .Mi«frie Chrisi- mas to all. .Mrs SlloUEra:*^^ received a lel'ler friim her ilaiiKlilor Alil.s saying. Oh how .she misses Ithe liomo paper. Tom Sliis.ther is lu Okia vIsitiiiR his daughters' anil making over stoves and cleaning cistern.'-'. . .MiS(» Clara Parlafkie entertained Mrs Swaggart and Mrs. Marshall for dinner a Tliank-sgiving tlay i '\SD i CITY and after dinner she took the car' aud took them for a long drive. Such acts of kindness'can only be recorded in heaven. Her mother acc.ompanietl them. Mr. and .Mr.<; Sannders children have ^returned homo to norlliern Jlo.. i?hoi>s are fine up theari YOU.VG TEA-M—For saie^oli tlitic or trade for tractor tor iiell woj-k onlyj Also span 4-yeaiv>ld! nole for sale. F. W. Sherwood: PhqjT MERCHANDISE Articles For Sal* GOOD USED,FORDSON-^izc 20x32^^ Racine separator; small size Nit:b- ol.s & Shepherd fseparator. In good", shape: two other separators lu At sliapo. McCarthy Motor Co. _ NATIVE, LU.MBER—Mostly oak,, any diinenslonsi See Paul Atkins at Owl Creek Stock Farm, Spites west Humboldt or call Bud White .Motor Co.. phone ISn. Jola. If ana. RURAL TELBI »nONBS — Bold watches, guitars, ukuleles, haajds,-. accordiOn.s. smoking stands, aljlvcr- ware, ^rlctrolas and radios, from f25 to $100. All make nice Cltrist- mas presents. - o—" Phone-903. Chii^ney Sweep. Barter sail Eichaage ftlA SHOTOUN—Remington automatic. 12 gaug'e, good ns new. to trade for Winchester pump. Phone 599W alter 6:30. . ' ' BasliMss and Office Eqalnaurt 64 TYPEWRITERS—For sale, r^ot ot r tradej Williams Typewriter Ca, 113 \Vest Madison. . 1 I|Bei, Feed, Fertfilzers 6< BRIGHT. KAFIR FODDER-^lc bnn- die. free from burrs. Roy C. Ed- wardij. 2 miles eaat LaHarpe\on cemeiit road. ' ' 1 j Hoasebold Goods 5i IS i.N'C Ml LI..—"If made !iidk-j if." f«f!t your :iow. Quick jjcrvice. AVANTEU -Trees- phone li:{3\y. • to trim. Call .norlpi^, Tnirking, 8toraJ|cfl 85 CAM, UhJAN TRANSFER 4 Phone SSa. will move you by hour orcon- Irait. .witW^xperieneed nieri. WHEN YOU MOVE-Or store'your goods call Cnrr's Transfer. Offl'» 140. resldeiiflc 140. ', . _ EMPLOYMENT'"^ .SituaUoD!! nil! I, work. Wanted -FemiUe 36 i:> .vi 'ijjsifild. wanlrf-liouso- B.".' iSouth Third. 1 FINANCIAL .3Ionpjr lo Xoun —.VorlKn ^eH -Irt We wonder wiiy folks scratch their name.s off the back of their Christmas Seal envelopes. And they may wonder why they get a "follow-up" card. .' LOAN^Basc rate on farms, 5'.'. city 6*:?; •I:4>ng or ifliort time- It. .M. Cunningbain. FARM LOANS—Quick seryjce and reasonable Irates. - A. D) Hawthorne. IG'.jj West Madisoii. ANNOUNCEMENTS Strayed, Lost. Fonnd 10 4 CALVES—Strayed from Chas. Rush farm, 3 miles west. 1 north lola: Chas. -Pletrich. AUCTIONS ABCtiSBB 10A PUBLIC AUCTION—Public auction every Saturday at 1:00 o'clock at Bishop's Salea Pavilion. ' FARM AND CITY LOANS-^.\t current rate.'j. Liberal terms. ;Prompt service: Yiiur business apjireciat- ed. Call oil .The Atlen County Investment Co.. Kelley Hotpl Bldg., iola, Ka.nsas. r MO-VEY TO ; LOA.N'—On farms or city property.iLowest rate. Stewart & Punk. •MONEY .TO LOAN -We Jjaye $300 to SI.UOO toioan on good .City or Farm property. Call at once. The Allen County Investment Q).. Kelley Hotel Bldg., Iola, Kans. AUTOMOTIVE MONEY TO LOAN—On real estate, repayable iii small monthly p^7- ments. These loans never ceme due —%etter because cheaper and more convenient. Secitrity Building Loan Assn.. 1st Natl. Bank Bldg. CLOSING^ OUT—j\t cost, new' heatr ing :^toves and reznora. only a few ^eft. Also carry a full line of beds and mattresses, all Und.'ii of bq|isehoId goods, new and used. Brysdn Furniture SlS?re. FURNITURE — New and second hand. 118 East Jackson. Phone ~ .13: Mel W. Fuller. Manager. GAS RANGES—New ones, low prices, guaranteed stoves. Heh- uinger's Furniture Store, 118 Wear ' Madi.son. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—At .prlyate sale. Call at 618 North Elm. Mrs. iMary E. Armstcad. USED COAL HEATERS—Latge ulzc. $17.50; medium sl«c, $10; igood condition. Henninger^ Fur-, niture Store. West MadlsMi._ . Wanted—To Biv- WA.VTED TO BUY—All-kinds of .cattle and hogs. J. C. Butcher. REAL ESTATE~FORliENT AparimentM and Flatu •-• 74 RK.MT (MIKAP -WTcely furnished five room modern home, convenient, close in. Phone 654. Hoanes For Heat 77 HOUSE—^Seven rwm modern, garage for two cars, close Ire*. Jjohu ileulher. REAL ESTATE FOR SA E E Farms and Land For Sail? 63 SPECIAL FARM BARGAINS—35, ij acres impiioved. 1 mile to j hJglir . iicbool and town; 240 acres;stock farm. Improved, price $17.50 per' acre; 80 acres improved, all fine land, $500 cash will handle; 160 acre stock farm, improved,, i at $27.50 per acre: 80 acres, .improved. 4 '.4 miles county! seat town, at $40 per acre; 160 |acres. Improved, fine land, onlyi [$37.50 per acre. These are ba^gaihi:. Liberal terms cau bji arrangctl. 'Wfa}' rent? Other good snaps. Call on The Allen County Investmdiit Co.. Kelley Hotel Bldgriola. K&k. WELL IMPROVED .80 ACRBSf- And well established billing :8ta:v. tion on main trail^Orth and south. Price $6,600 for both. M. A. SchBck. 80 ACRES—Close to Colony, black limestone soli. Want a city or suburban. Lige Linefback. Moran. Kansas. AatoBioblle Agencies PUD WHITE MOTOR CO.—Hudson- Essex dealers. Everything in high class used cars. You will find •what you want here. All priced worth the money. Wc trade or give liberal terms. 219 S. Washington. Phone 180. / [ iBtoBoUlsf For Sale II CHRYSLER "60" COUPK-Fronty Ford tudor sedan; Chrysler "60" sedan; 1926 Ford roadster: 1925! Ford sedan. All are in good khapo.' We trade. Ross Arbuckle's Garage; Chrysler dealers. Pho. 56. O. KrUSED CARS—1924 Ford roadster: 1924 Ford touring: 1923 Ford roadster: 1922 Foid coupe: 1921 Do^ge touring; 1921 Dodge road- ste^: 1923 Chevrojct touring: 192» Chc:vroletjtouring; 1924 Chevrolet ton'truck with grain body:'192l Overland to.uring; 1919 Oakland touring; nearly new Internationa! grain body for truck. Shelly Motor Co.. 118 W. Jackson. Pho. 6a OAKLAND — Dealers —PONTIAC •28 Oakland coach. like new.; •2« Oakland sport touring, like new; •26 Poiitiac Coach;,^25 Buick light six tonrihg,' fine sliape; '25 Ford coupe; Ford fordor sedan, excifelr lent: shape, cheap: Ford roadster, '*iox oil rear'; '23 Chevrolet coopet. '25 Chevrolet touring; *24 Dodge ^touring, .good. Several other The .iper. u«ei| cars. Cash, terms or trndc; H6bart Motor Co. «PECIA£SAL& Dependable Used Cars A Uaed Car as Dependable as the. Dedter Who Sells It! I!>e7 IfODGl; 8KIM9ulllke newJ ' 19S7 1)« IM;F SPOB *^ fKOADSTEK. 1 19-JC IIODOK TOtRi.NC, winter top. F 'OKP KOy^ilStjGK. like mw. 1937 lil'FJIttBILR Sljx SEDA NI same fs new. IMS I U1)S0.\ BROd ^HATT. tflke aew.' ivai ESSEX tOXCUjsame as aew. 1934 Sri'DKH.^KER litO.tVStEit, a real boy. I9!SS nODGE AOrBi?iG. a realjralHe. IMS.DODGE TOURHfG, exceptjonal value. 192S lOJlCK TdPRRiK. > I 1I»3^ FORD TRUCK, like newi 'I ReeoatjitleBed IH^ToiaGraliaBt Brothers Track, gBaraate{»d. We don't have so mai'hy used ciirs. There's'a reason. Some good, serriceat^e used cars cheap. : . We trajae or selj on easy terms! Dodge Brothers Siars—Graham-Brothers Tracks ElJ\0M(m>li COMPANY I (Open t^enings and Sundays) St4 ITasiilastoa I PfcBwlMl

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