Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 14, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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faiA; KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. SATURDAY EVENING.-JJANUARY 14,1933. 1 >AGE tHREE " K.C. BALI CLUB Film Comedian Does in Life What He Wanted to Do in Flickers Kansas City, Jani;. 14 (AP)—Joe E. firown. film and stage comedian, may; join a former} major league baseball player and, k Successful minor ileague owner IK the.. purchase and- operation of the [ Kansas City club.of \he American 'Association. Prom iHoIlywood..: where Brown hasijnade several baseball pictures, came- word that he • wpiUd become partiowher of the Ka.nsps City Blues if negotiations now .'under way between E. Lee Keyser and Trls Speaker aiid attorneys for the Muehle- bach' interests, present owners, are succ'^ssful. "I :have' closed the 'deal tentatively (jVer long distance telephone," Brpjv'n said.;- "The deal will be approved officially on Wednesday." Keyser, pai-t ownf;r of; the Des Moines club of the jWestern league, and;-Speaker, fonnei' big; time outfielder, confirmed; tjie: iannounce- meiit here last night". Speaker said Brown had agreed to purchase a oneijthird interest provided the deal is cjimplejcd. ~ Kqyser said, "we are delighted to havg Brown with us in the deal," andikddcd that, the bgmedi&n would be qffered tlie vlce-prpsidchcy of the ' clul^; He .said Brown 's aSreemerit would be put in wrtUng next Wed-j nesdpy. . , ' • I THO two ncRotiators arrt represented Mi having the $40.0(K) necessary*- to tilko over theiclub franchise nnd 'itlip. playcr.s. An additional $35,00.0;will ibio needed fori ofierating expenses, and a buslnefw men 's committee hris been conimlssloned to devWe means of rai.siti^ tiiat amount ^through .sjalc of ijrefgttcd stock. The conipiittee is to report next Mon- day^. • : Brjpw 'n played basejsaU a."; a youth and.a great part of "His film career has; teen spent in jtortraying the roie of a tank town bgy v/ho' forsook 'all :for his chief passion, baseball.; He starred in the prMuction. "Fireman', Save" JMV child;'/ in which he ,P!i^-ed the part of ai'majpr lea' playfer with a firefighting edniplex. RED DEVILSXQSERS Junior Colle.^e Quintet Routed by 5 • Parsons Cardinals. . THE NEWFAlNfGLES (Mom'n Pop) NOT SO HOT! By Cowan A GOAWO HUNCH? A COUP WHWERtON.f^ NIGUT UKC THIS *.! VOO Sice.BV HAVING ONt. CQU> MEAU A DAV. WE CAN SAVE CJNE-tHlRp ON OUR OAS PU~ HOW/ OurMadeffn MUSTANGS EKE A WIN Bigb School Team Defeats Gamett By 1-Point Margrln as Seconds Also Win There Parsons. Jan. 14.—Parsons junior coljege opened the ^^1933 Kansas sta-tc; conference racei-liere last night' with a one-sided 35-12 victory over the lied Devils of lola^junlor college. The losers "started off on top and had ;a, 6-5 lead after 15 minutes of 'Pliiy;" but folded up at that point and i were easy prey from then on. 'iTre; Cardinals owned k 12-6 advah- tager at the half way point. Lqd by Joe Gassaway, star guard wHo dropped in six' field goals dur- imj ;the game, the yiitors made'a rbvit; of the second half. It was the scQond conference defeat for lola. - Tlie box score: - . lola " G FT F Sah'ger. f I 2 1 McBee. f ...-. •..:. O' 0 0 Dqnaldson. i ..;.0 1 0 Lah'gsford, f . .7 1 0 1 Clark, c .; 0 1 CcJp'ening. g ,. 1 1 4 TUidH: g ............ 0 0 0 Maxson. g 1. . 0 .0 3 ^•Totals ... l *arsons . Alberl.son. f . AFe:y, f ...... kei-nmerer. t" •'Jotios, f ; mu. c Gevcard, c .. H113. c GaSsaway. K I.^^^g. g ..... H^hry. f< .,.. . S^ye. K .. . j ; Totals ., 4-4 10 G 2 , 1 3 , 2 0" , 0 0 6 0 16 FT 1 0 1 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 T^HE J. F. GRENNAN ; PRODUCE; CO, C. O. COGHILI^ J^anagcr J ^ POULTKY AUfp EGGS -I Egg Cases i\nf.h Supplies Qld tMid Reliable—Established 1911 Corner Monroe and Elm nJusK "West of the! W^ter Tower) The lola high Mustangs pulled the leading Gamett basketball live from the undefeated class in the Neosho Valley league there last night where they eked out a 10-9 victory. The lola seconds also came home wltJi a victory, winning 23-6 over the Gamett second string quintet. A second-half rally after a slow first session gave the Mustangs the decision. All but two of the lola points were made in the final two periods, in which time the losers were limited to one free tiirow. A goal by Pinley, guard, put the.Mvis- tangs ou^ in front with about a haU-mlnute left to play in the game. The victonj. moved the lola five up to the .600 mark in the standings. The Oamett defeat dropped the league leaders to two victories and one loss in league play. The Gamett second team was held to one field goal by the Mustang reserves who played steadily throughout. The score at half time was 12-4. Lott, forward; led in the scoring with eight points. _ The box scores: lola G FT P McClay. f :. 1 0 2 Pairweather. f " 1 0 2 Griffith, f 0 0 0 Beach, I •. 0 , 0 0 Davis, c 1 ' 0 0 Smith, g 0 0 0 Plnley, g 2 0 1 NEWS OF COLONY Mrs.. Elizabeth Wise Dies at Ho(ne of Dknghter. Mrs. Ross Williams, Monday. Totals ..... 5 0 5 Gamett ' G FT P Russell, f 0 0 1 McCabe, f .... ..; 1 0 2 Egger, c ....... 1 0 1 Flynn. g .. 0 1 1 Tipton, g ...... 1 2 0 i Totals 1 3 3 5 Farm Bureau ...News... FARM CALENDAR. ..Monday, January 16. .Office. Monday night,'January 16. Chorus practices at Mi-, and Mrs. Braums. Tuesday, January 17. Fairlawn unit meets at the home of Mrs. Earl Hesseltine at 2 o'clock. Wednasday night, January 18. Class meeting at LaHarpe high school. Thursday, January 19. Office. Thursday, Jan. 19. Diamond unit meets with Mrs. A. A. Hurd at 2 p. m. Friday, January 20. LaHarpe unit. Household Hint: In curing your meat be sure to work the cure well in at the joints. In using dry cure use 10 lbs. to a IQO-Ib. of pork. Take the meat out on the fourth -day and put on cure again. Allow 3 days per ixiund for the heavy pieces and, 2 days to the pound for the bacon cuts. Helpful Thought: What we choose is what we are, and what we love we shall yet be. Eeclpc: Soy Beans. Spanish- Two cups soy beans (soaked over •night.), salt to taste, 1 small.can tomatoes, 1 small onion. 4 slices of bacon cut into small pieces.. Cook the beans for two hours. Fry the bacon (cut into small pieces), add the onion (cut into small cubes) and continue to cook. Add the tomatoes and soy beans and continue cooking from 30 minutes to 1 hour. Mount Cannel, Pa.—A couple of truck drivers are convinced Friday the thirteenth is unlucky but a lot of cats In this neighborhood don't agree with them. The two trucks collided on the hoodoo day and spilled their contents all over the street. What tickled the cats was the trucks wert loaded with milk. BSC5S PUBLIC SALE! ;; Having rented om- (arm and leaving the state w^ will offer for Public Sale for cash in hand at the H. Ostrom farm, Vi mile south of Carlyle— The following propdrtj' lo-wit, commencing at iq:00 a. m. •-5 HEAD OF IIOKSES--Team sorrel liorses. smooth! mouth, weight .i;500 lbs.: 1 black m.-ire, smooth ^Hioutli. weight 1,400 lbs.; 1 black hoi-se 9 years old. jweight 1,600 lbs.; -Tblack mare, snioarii moutli. weight 1,500 lbs. [ n 15 HEAD OF CATTLE—One Hol- .sVein cow 5 .years old. fresh by date :dt sale; l Holsteih cow 3 years oici, .1 registered! freshejn Jan. 30: 1 Hbl- %tein cow 8 years; old iregistered), -rreshen April 4; 1 tryear-old Hol- ;.<:iein, .4"re.shen Janj 21; ^1 Holstein cow 5 years old, freshen Feb. 15; 1 ;i^olstein cow 3 vifai-s ojd. fresh in •.spring: 1 3-year-old Holstein, fresh- -'fii in" fall: 1 6-}{ear-old Holstein. . iroshen Feb.- 1:11 Guernsey cow 3 years old. fresh 1 April 1: 1 black 3- year-old giving big flow of milk; 1 yearling heifer; r heifer calf; 1 bull calf. Tlie above are all high grade cows and most are eligible to registry; most of them giving milk: 1 herd bull. Marshmallholm Jetta Ormsby. 3 years old and a good one. 2 HOGS—Weight 150 pounds each. ,F .\YlM IMPtEMENTS. ETC.^ One good wagon aJid "grain box; 1 viagon and rack; 1 disc barrow: 1 mowing macliine; 1 Busy Bee 6- shovel cultivator; 1 corn planter; 1 sulky plow; 2 walking plows; 1 harrow; 1 hay rake; ! sets tff ha:mess: household goods snd other articles too numerous to mention. FEED—Twenty tons silage: cane i hay., . . • • \\ TERMS CASH—If credit is desired • 1 y to be removed until settled for. ' (1)1.. H. D. SMOCK, Auctioneer. ;; Catlylc Churc|i'Ladies 8ee your local banker. No proper­ ly'^ f - t Clerk. WUl Ser \-c Lunch. . COLONY. Kas., Jan. 14.—Mrs. Elizabeth Wise passed away at the hoine of her daughter, Mrs. Ross WilUams,. about eight o'<:lock Monday evening at the age 6l 76 years, 3 months, and 29 days; She haid lived in Colony for many years and was well known here. The fimeral was held in the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. C. J. Knox of Lawrenccj, and the Rev. L. L. Hanthome officiating. Interment was rtlade In the Colony cemetery.' She leaves a Kin, Clarence Barrett, of Newton; la daughter, Mrs. Ross' WilllamS). Colony; four brothers,^ three sLsters, two grandsons, two granddaughters, three great grandchildren, and a host of friends who moum her loss. Lewis Fogleman is employed'as a feature writer on the Anthony, <Kan .sas» Times, a daily paper. We congratulate Lewis and liope he makes good Iri tlic position. George Reeve, Lone Elm, transacted business in Colony, Thursday. Miss Vieva Crammer was the guest of honor at a surprise party civen by her mother in honor of her fourteciith birtliSay. Wednesday evening. The ten . guests played ^mes and enjoyed refreshments" "Vieva received many nice gifts. The annual elevator board meet- ingr was held in the city liall, Janu- aiy 9. No changes were made and all seemed well-pleaded. i38orge Ewen continues as the manager. . The American Legion auxiliai-j' met with Mrs. J. D. Culler. Wednesday afternoon and tacked a comfort. Ten members were present. Mrs. J. v.-Schafges will" be the hostess at the next meeting. Eugene Farris. Garnett, is visiting iiome folks tl\is week. C. E. Whitacre was an lola visitor Tuc!=day. Scott Reiter. Geneva, was a Colony visitor Wednesday. ; •Mr. Cannon, Garnett. was a business visitor here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Heinlein's youngest son is; improving after a recent illness. Orval Haas and Dr. C. W. Jackson are recovering from severe colds. _ . • Mrs.' Jesse Lucas, who was taken to the lola • hospital Sunday, was deemed able to be removed to her parents home, in lola, Wednesday. MI'S.' Annie Moleswortli. Mi& Frankie I>,-sart, Miss Frances Stanr ford, and Reed Molesworth visited Mrs. D. D. Degler and daughter in Yates Center. Sunday. Earl.K. Behrend. assistant Scout executive of the Kaw Council, was a Colpny visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Miller, Weldai were \isitors here Wednesday evening. It may Ix; of interest to their friends to know that Mr. Miller is substilutiiiR as principal of' the grades at Weldai This commimiiy is saddened to learn of the death of C. D. Banks, near Lone Eln\,l laic Wednesday night Ho was ; woU-known and wcU-liknd here. 'The funeral was held Friday aftcriroqn In the M. E. chui'ch and InteiTnent was in the Colony cemetery. V Mr. Banks was the grandfather of Mrs. Gay Hen- drlx. , E. J. Mason is recovering'from a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs Will Minckley were called to Co.llins. Mo., seve.ral days ago on account of the death of a relative. Mr. Minckley returaeii Saturday, but she will remain longer. Mrs. Daisy Fogieman and Mrs. John Mosing spent Thursday at the Lee Tipple home, in Diamond neighborhood. ' C. K. Barackman spent Tuesday in Independence and Fredonia, on business. , • Miss Mary Heinlein spent Wednesday at the John Heinlein home. Rachel Lewis. Jimiiiie Barackman, and Virginia Ann Rhodes have been 111 of. the influenza. • ployd Denton, a (freshman at the teachers college in Emporia, plays in the fifty-piece symphony orchestra. The revival meeting being held thi.s week in the theater by Evangelists H. C. Newcomb and Leonard long, is attracting large crowds. Many go to scoff but remain to listen attentively;' The Christian ; Endeavor society held a party in the chui-ch basement Tuesday evening, in honor .of new officers and new members. After games refreshments were sei-ved- Tliose present were: Misses JVIildr^d McDoOTi, "Vera Bain. Roberta New, Beatrice McAloon. Mary McAloon, "Vieva Crammer. Hilda Smith. Arlene Crammer. Dessie Johnson, Irene Speece, Maxine Brooks. Hope Speece. Robinette Jackson, Mrs.'Nadine Cordell, Mrs. . Lena Speece, Mrs. . Florence Jackson. Floyd Speece, Leonai-d Taylor, Paul R. Smith, and -Bill Mosing. Ti\e Cdmo-join-us class of the Christian: church spent Tuesday afternoon: with Mrs. Lena Siieece, with Mrs. Mary Gray as hostess. New Officers were elected and committees were appointed. The next meeting will be held with, Mrs. Audrey Martin and will be a Valentine exchange. Those preserit were: Elnor Wilson. Lula Crammer, Margaret Mize, Yvoime Hester, Opal NAME THE THREE • LAEGESTOTIESONTHI GI2EAt LAKES ? How LONG Is THE ; '" GREAT WALL OF CHINA 9 ' (Answers .will |^ fotytdon Page 4) Morj-lson, Agnes Baldwin, Ruth !Boone, Audrey Martin, • Florence Jackson, Rhea Han^ilton, Lena Speece, Nadine Cordell, and Mary Gray. . The Colony athletic club boys' teams played, a dpubleheader Wednesday night/with ;the Gamett town teams, in the Colony gym. Colony winning the first team game bj- a score of 20 to 18, and Gargett romping on . Colony's" second team and making a score of 27 to 5. The second, team game was a case of hit and miss, mostly miss until the late quarter when Garnett,. already leading by a. number of. points, whipvied up and piled up a score of 27 to 5. Scheldt, Colony guard, made a number of good plays. The first-team game was enjoyed by the fair-sized crowd and •'really justified a larger crowd. The game was fast from the beginning, Ewen, Colony guard, was high point man with'five field.goals and free throw. Rhodes; Colony center, was second high v/ith two field goals and two free thi"ows. ^ Despite Garnett's rough play and' over guarding the Colony team played well. Referee. L. Townsend; umpire, Paul Gooden. I REAL ESTATE TBANSFERS | I (From the Office of The lola j ! Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) 1 , • —• January 13, 1933. The Prudential Insurance company of America, a corporation, to G. F. Wilson, E',-1 of SEVi' of 2-25-17, $1500.00. • Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anytliing' Use the Clasisified columns! I KANSAS BRIEFS i (^y the Associated P^ss) ^iclilta—The new Kansas checker chlampioh is D. W- Clawson, Wichitp^ insurance agent. He won the title late yesterday by defeating (Charles Munson, Ellsworth, three times state champion, in the finals of the iarmual tournament. Kansas City—Friday, the thirteenth, was just another day to three couples who obtahied marriage" licenses yesterday at the Wyandotte county probate court. Howevei;, only one couple braved the supposed jinx by getting married. Lennle Downing, w-ho has charge of the lidense bureau, said it was the biggest day's business the department ever had on Friday, the thirteenth. ... Wichita—Joseph P. Burns, 56, Democratic candidate for state treasurer at.^the November election, died unexpe.ctedly here yesterday. A former Sallna banker, he catne here last month as examiner of loan applicants for the fedeml regional agricultural credit corporation. He was stricken at his office, and was taken to a hospital where he died within an hour. Survivors include liis widow, and three daughters, all of Salina, and two sons, Robert, also of Salina. and Raymond of -^^Manhattah, Kas. ' Coffeyville—L. L. Cdyle,'_72, for many years an oil operator here, died yesterday foUowinff- a long illness. Liberal—Bob Brady, convicted on a grand larceny charge, was sentenced to life imprisonment last night imder the habitual criminal act, and rushed to the state penitentiary under a heavy guard. Officers said they decided to take him to the prisoti immediately, because of rumors that efforts would be made to free him during the night. Brady, twice connoted of crimes Oklahoma and the same numljer of; times in Kansas, was found guilty, of having stolen a motor, car which a Liberal salesman was demonstrating. Wellington—Two filling stations were robbed of approximately $230 here last night by three heavily armed men, who kidnaped Paul Whiteman and Francis McManamy. Both victims were released, - uh- harined, ten miles east of here. Police said they had been informed their motor car carried Kansas license No. 13—1848. FRECKLES AND IBS FRIENDS . . The Open Sea! As soon AS \H& (3BT kVilTH ©TCWES ABOARR, FRESH WATER TANt<JS FILLED, AMP E.VERY"miWS -THE 'SELic <?ERFV PULLS JUmf FRO/V\ HER. BERTH By BLOSSER ^ OUTER BteAkWATeR; THE. ^VACHT PLOWS oar IhfFO Twe PACIFIC, UEAVIWff -WE UWltEP STAies New York, Jan. 14. (AP)—The stock market easily absorbed weekend profit taking in Today 's short session, and closed fairly st^eady. Leaders yielded from fractions to a point for a time, but the! list stiffened in the late dealings, influ- encfed in part by buying of the tobaccos. The close found most changes narrow, but a few Issues were up or, down as much as a point. The turnover was only about 350,000 shares. Proctor & Gamble reduced the quarterly dividend to 37Hc from 50c, knd that issue lost about a- point. The dividend action, however, had been in part anticipated by the sag in that Issue earlier in the week. Continental Can, which has recently appeared to reflect considerable professional bullish activity, lost about, a point, as did Chrysler aind Borden. Eastman was a firm spot, up about a point, along with the tobaccos,. notably American B, Liggett & Myers B, and ^Reynolds B. American Telephone ari |d U. S. Steel were off substantial fractions for a time, but were oft only Vi in the final dealings. Rails were about steady at the close. . i Business news at the end ftf the week was in the main scarcely of a character to influence the list appreciably. The w:eekly car loadings figures were again distorted by, the holiday. The total of 435,652 cars reiDorted for the week ended Jan. 7, however, which included the New Year's holiday, showed a gain of 28,873 over the previous week, which included Christmas. A seasonal pickup in the first week of January is,«xp,ected. High Low Close Cities Serv 3 2?i 2'^ SO of Ind ...... 21% 21"'i 21";-, Amn Can 61 60 Vi 60".i Amn T&T 107 106 Vi 106% Amn Tob B ..: 64'.; 62-.'i es-;. Anaconda 7-;l 7V- 7-!l Atchison 43 ")i 42 '.i 43 Beth Steel 15".'.s IS".; lo'^i Case J I 47% 46 Vs 46 -'l Chrysler 15"'.i 14% 14-!i Con Gas 62Vi 61Vj 62% Con Oil '5^ , 5',iJ 5V2 Drug Inc 36U 35>2 36Vi DuPont 40V's 39% 39Ts Gen Elec 15% 15Vi 15% Gen Motors 13; a 13% 13.VL' Int Harv 24 23 --k 23% Mont Ward 14'4 13 "^i 14 Vs Packard 2% 2% 2% Penney J C 26 U 26 2BVi PhiUips Petr ... 6 5"^.; 6 Radio 5% 5'i 5% SoconyVac 7% 7% 7% atd Brands .... 15% 1514 15% U S Steel 30 Vs 29',i 29% Westingh E .... 30 29 % 30 LOCAL PRODUCE. Eggs, firsts : 17c Eggs; seconds 13c Eggs, thirds . .10c Eggs, ungraded :.12c Hens, No. 1 : 8c Hens, No. 2 • Be No. 1 Springs, Hi lbs., up .'6c No. 2 Springs 4c Capons, over 0 lbs. r. 11c Capons, over 6 lbs. 9c Capons, over 7 lbs 7c Capons, under 7 lbs ; 6c Slips ..4c Butterfat, lb 16c Stags. IJ). ..4c Cocks , 3c Oeese, lb 3c Guineas, each IOC White Dlicks, lb .....4c Colored Ducks, lb. So Hides, per to Ic Mixed Com, bu. 15c Yellow Com, bu. 16c Wheat, bu. . 30c Kafir Com 14c Kansas City Produce. Kansas City, Jan. 14. (AP)—Eggs 16c. Other produce imchanged. Kansas City Hay. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 14 (AP)— No hay, receipts too light. Kansas City Grain. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 14 (AP) — Wheat: 60 cars. Unchanged to ll4c lower. .No. 2 dark hard 46TiC; No. 3 44%c; No. 2 hard 43-45Hc; No. 3 42%-44 %c; No. 2 red 43-47c; No. 3 42 -48C nom. Close: May 41%c; July 41'ic; Sept; 42',ic split. Corn: 18 cars. Unchanged. No. 2 white 23Vie; No. 2 yellow 23-23Vic. No. 2 mixed 22%-23Mc nom. Close: May 24c split; July 25'%c split. Oats: 1 car. Unchanged. Milo maize 51-56c. Kafir 46c. ' - Rye 34r35c. Barley 22-24'ic. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Jan. 14. (AP)—U. S. D. A.—Hogs 1,300; 1.000 direct; Ve- ceipts mostly direct; few sales, steady to- 5c lower than Friday's average: good to choice 170-270 lbs., $2.80-$2.90; top $2 .90; odd sows $1.90 -$2 .25, - ' . Cattle 300; calves 50; for the week: fed steers and yearlings 25c- 50c higher; minihium uptm-n on medium and heavy steers; iharket for better grade steers closed with edge lost; she stock strong to 25c' higher; vealers and calves steady; stockers and feeders steady to 25c higher; week's tops: mixed yearlings $6.50; long yearlings $6.40; matui ^d steers S6.35; yearling stockers $5.26; stock steer calves $5 .50; vealers '$6 .00. Sheep, none; for the week: lambs steady; i sheep steady to 25c higher; top fed^ lambs laiOO; closing bulk $5i50-|7i76; fed yearUngs $4.00-$4.60; tob ewcis $2.25, most .sales $1 .50$2.15. . • NpOSHO FALLS Charles Harper. Wesley Pyke, Frank Wolfe, L. McGee, and S. J. Murray Trustees, pf Church. NEOSHO FALLS. Kas., Jan. 13.— Church services at the M. E. church were well attended Sunday. The teachers for the ensuing year were elected with very few changes. The pastor gave us' a, fine sermon in the moming The first half of the evening services was conducted by the Endeavor League led by.Helen Bruner. The pastor then gave us a book review of the Three Wise Men by VanDyke. Next Wednesday our district; superintendent! R. E. Gordon, will be with us and conduct quarterly meeting at 1:30 p. m. following a basket dlnnei-jat the chui-ch to which all are invited. Mesdamcs' Crane and Wolford who have each been quite ill at theii' homes here are much improved, though not able to leave their rooms yet. . Mrs. Kemmerer of Humboldt called on her sister, Mrs. Wolford. and Mrs. CJrahe.i Tliursday. The business meeting at the M. E. Church Sunday evening was not as well attended as it should have been but • the routine of business was earned on. Trustees for the churcli were elected as follows: Chas. Harper Sr.. 'Wesley Pyke, Frank Wolfe. L. McGee and S. J. Murray. Chas. Harper Sr.. was elected as' delegate to annual conference with S. J. Murray- as alternate. { • Mrs. Dave Hammond is very ill at her home here. ^ It has been thought advisable to take her to the hospital for more especial treatment. Mrs. Hainmond has many friends here •who are; grieved to know of her' illness. Mr. Nel Bryan suffered another stroke Sunday from which he does not seem to rally. Mr-" Bryan has been ill for .some time having suffered from strokes previous to this. His friends are aiixiously hoping for his recovery. • ' Mr. Mentzer Jr., has been quite ill of flu for several days and is now suffering from pneumohia. Mrs, Angell \yho has been quite ill for several months is slightly improved at present. Mrs. Teegardin of LeRoy is caring for her. Mi-s. Sarah Leavitt visited during the week at Mort Leavitts at lola. Mrs. ^ary Driskill entertained as Sunday guests her son Harry Dris-' kill and family of Yates C3enter and her granddaughter. Louella May Driskill. :' Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Heath were guests at the Perry Heath honie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Meyers entertained their son' Fred, and daughter Alice'Grace, of near Colony, Sunday. Floyd Lynn of Salina, was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Geo. Lynn Wednesday night. Mr. S. R. Scott and family have been feasting on deer meat seUt to them by their son, Mr. States Scott, who lives in Texas. Mrs. Dennis died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Jcsseph at 9 :30 Saturday evening. The body was taken to her old home at Mansfield, Mo.. Monday , for interment. The family accompanied the body. The deceased was ill for several weeks. Sympathy goes out to the family,Dr. Richardson who formerly lived here, is visiting friends here this we£(Jc. Mr. Wm. Blagg who has been quite ill for some tlmej is somewhat improved. I NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS Sealed bids will be received by- the Board of County Commissioners of Allep County, . Kansas, until ll o'clock a, m., Monday, January 16th, 1933 for the Pauper Medical practice of Allen county, Kansas, in the following districts: First District, Humboldt CJlty, Humboldt, Logan,'* and Cottage Grove Townships. Second District, Elsmore and Savonburg Cities, and Elsniore Township. /I Third District, Morah and Mildred Cities, and Osage, Marmaton Townships'. " • j Fourth District, LaHarpe and Gas; Cities, and Deer Crfeek, [Salem and Elm ^Townships. ' 1 Fifth District, lola.CitJ-, Bassett, County Jail, County Farm, and the Townships of Geneva, CJarlyle, and lola. Bids for the C3ounty Health Officer must include; Paupier practice and an Surgical "Work in Diijtriet 5, make all inspections: in 'County of Hotels, Restaurants, Barber shops. Meat Markets; Slaughter houses. Etc., as is required by Statute and State Board of Health. The Physician talcing the Pauper Medical Practice must expect to be appointed "Deputy County Health Officer" of this district.! We resprye the right to reject any and all bids. JOE MCKINLEY. Chairman Board of County Commissioners. Attest: Ralph Elartoii, / County Clerk, Jan. 12th, 1933. i ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 AiieU<^ i ' COMMUNITY. SALE—Every Wednesday at J. C. Butcher's Sale Bam. Col. Smock, Auctioneer, ^dfisfUINE PARTS and stalled mechariics—with' sixteen years satisfactory sepice in lola, " ASSURE YOU of the best anc! most clependable results. ROSS ARBUCE^ GARAGE CHRYSLEB-PLYI^OVTH Sales—Service—Parti AUTOMOTiVi: Aatomohiles Fot Sale SALES ; : Dependable Used Cars and Trucks ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone 301 Cash—Trade—:T%rms r HUDSON-ESSEX—Parts and Service. Bud White Motor Co., 209 South street. Phone 60. PQNTIAC - BUICK GOOD WILL USE^ CARS SHELLY MOTpft CO, Authorized Bulck-Pontlic 214 N. Jefferdon—Pho. ft) 7 \ . Repairin7-t -Oara<es BATTERY Recharging,. 60o. - Ideal Garage. , : t. ; LIVESTOCK i 21 Horses, CatUe, T«hioIeii 3 TEAMS MARES—3 to.l years old, weigh 2500 to "SOOQ ibis.; 4 teams horses. 5 to 8: years old, weigli 2400 to 3100 lbs.; 20. head: good work horses and mareis; 25; fresh cows,;3 to 5 years old; givlng;3 to 6 gal. milk per day: 20 cow.S. will freshen in 10 to 30 days: S good bulls; 5 wagons with «rain;bedS; 1 new coi-n planter; 2;othei;; com planters;; all kinds farming machinery; 6 sets good w6rk harness. Will sell on time. J. C. Butcher. MERCHANDISE 24 Articles ¥ot S%fk BATTERIES — Guaranteed, ?$4 .9i Ideal Garage. ; MOTOR OIL—50c gal.; 5 gal.,j$2.19, Ideal. Garage. Phone 174. 26 Farm and Dairy Frodocts FLOUR—Fully guaranteed, 48, lbs., 65c.: Brownie's, Cream, Poultry and Eggs. ; . ^ 28 Bousebold Oooda NEW FURNITURE BARGAlNa $75.00 vanity, bed, bencJr and rocker, in flpe quality q'uar- : tered gum,'yours for .......$25.00 .$25.00-walniit vanity dress- ; er.s, only $10.0« S75.00 bed and chifforobe; ' Fi-ench walnut ..."...$^0.00 $40.0pl walnut dressers ., $18.00 A; R. SLEEPER FUBN. (jJOt;. 20 USED living room suites, Hit uft Hemiinger's Furniture Store. CLOSE-OUT PRICES-^irculators, wood and combination heaters. Trade in old. Curtis'. W) N. Wash, USED PURj'NITURE BARGAINS 5-picce enaJMbrcakfast suites, $7.50; large iHrc rockeis, $5.00; 2-piece mohair living rcfom suite. $12.50; 6 oftk dining chairs, leather B.eat8, $7.50; Quick Meal gas ranKo with Lorain heat contrbl, «io:oo. A. R. SLbEPER FUEl>f. CO; 3 PIANOS makes. Pine Purn Retil 1 GOOD Deering , $26; i Nol se|)arator, Cmihty Ini 30 lightly used, standivrd 1 bargains. W. H. Wood ture, 202 s.;! Jeffefson. USED STOV 38 and Pumiture. Store packed. H^nningerjXFum; Store. 29 ' Machinery and Tools USED No. 3 McCormlck- Piflmrose cream-separator, 3 McConriiCk-DeeHhg like new, $:>0.00. Allen Co ^ement niosical. NEW AND USED RADII6S-^13.50 up." Hennpger's Fum^ture Store. ATTRACTT ^E 3-ROOM' modern apartmeni garage, close in, reasonable. 310 East Jacksdn. FUBNISHEP cldsets, entrance, 3 rooms with pantry, p Jrches, modern, private close in. Phone 1234; 3D GOOD Madison, 4Troom. Grace Ac Real Estate For Bent Busu^ess Places For' Bent BUSINESS ROOM— Vfest newly decorated'; also loUse, partly- modem. !rs, 24 ACers Park. 36-:' Farmf and Land Foi* Bent 240-; ACRE3-^'Well • hnproved, for rent or exchange for smaller farm. E. .3. Str^tton. Geneva, Kas. v 37 sNtr-r-: OQses For Bent Po6 RENtt-r-Houses, good location. See G. EjPees; 5rROOM MODERN bungalow, dak fWors. loi g living room; fine pl«ce. 6c5 N. 'Washington. lola Land Co. SiRiOOii Z-acre Gas Plione modem, garage, $6.00; siburban; gas, electricity, V. C. Archer <Sp Co, -Cit>, 304. 38..; Wanted—To Eeift WANTED. TO R3BNT—40 to 80 a*re .farm; p-eferi north of slab - Jon aiBhwayl54. Care Register, Box 15.

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