Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 16, 1933 · Page 5
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lOLA^KANSAS THE New York. ' Jan; 16. (AP)—An early rally in -the ^are market failed to carry thfoug& today, arid prices reacted rather ^hiirply under pres !5xu -e'"of il dlscouira^d selling in . the late trading. Thfe dosing tone /was heavy, with leade^ off fractions to more than' 2 points. Transfers appi-bsiraated 750.000 iShares. Dij'rlng the piomingiithe list push.=ed,up fractions to snore than a point, in extremely dull trading, but j thfe- market became ai ^bit Uvelier on j - th^, late decline, whiph was a re-! yersail of i the tendency in, recent | sessions. Renewed 'Jieaviriess of ; wlieat seemed to be- a depressing in- : fluence in shares. j 1 ' ^ssties losing 2 poin'sis or more in- . eluded American Cftn, i American j Telephone, Allied Cheniical.' Case, j Eastriir.n, Union Pacific and West' 'cm Union, while Aul^-n got down 'morC' than 3.' Issues ;Josing a point or so, included U. Steel, Sears ..Roebuck. Southern Pacific, West- THE lOIA DAILY REGISTER, RfONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 16, 19^3. Wmm I COULD OUT AND U»K W ONLY woWl rr PAGEJ FIVR\ / V \tX).SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, MILLINER'S BUSINESS Report of Township Treasurer of GENEVA TOWNSHIP. January 1—'^ Balance on hand $1 ,020 .64 inghbuse, Continental Can, Corn j February 1— '•^ ^^^ir-^i'l^t^"^ JFirman and Carswell Mfg. Co.. New York Central ant^ others. The recently firni tobaccoS'were also re- aclio'narj'. With. Amencan Tobacco B. Wt & M,ers B,nd Reynolds t: patrole $277.00 H. F. Wilcox Co.. gas and oil.. 45.70 F G. Lawyer, blacksmithlng.. 3.55 .30 -B nil losing about a pcint. General Barnett. 'overseeing and •s and ChiTsler-sagged frac- 1 j.^^^ ^^^.^ Motors and ChiT . tiorially. -Oils were atwut steady. 21 • • 62N .103 : . 64", . '7-'') : 44'i . 52 'L. 15 . 48', . 14", 21-', 58 104 •62 7'; l41-'. 46^, • 14-'', :44'; '14'. 63', ;- 61':; - Cities Serv SO of Ind Amrl Can . Amn T&T . Am ri Tob B ^..Anaconda . 4 Ateliisbn •.. ; Auburn • Betli Steel Case J I .. Chrysler:. • • , Cdh. Gas .. I Con i Oil ... . i Drug Inc 36'',s '35'; ; DuPont 40", 38--,' « Gen E16c ...... 15". 15', Gen Mot'ons I .... 13', ^IS's . .Tnt^Hnrv 24 : 22-'. Mont Ward .... 14', ; 13'-\ .': Packard ........ 2>i - T 2'.. , : ,; Penney .J C .... 27--, 26. /: .^-..Phillips Petr ... 5", 5 •, ' ? Radib 5', • 5'. Spar^ Roe 21 rlO'-; Sbcony Vac ..:. 7'; •^^ 7-'. • • '. Std Brand.s .... 15^, ,15i; : : SO of NJ '.. 31 \ , .Wi :Tcxafe, Cor)) .... 13", ; 43'^' -,U S Steel ...... 30>.. j23'.i ?We.stlnBh E ...30', •'.iS', Herbert Sell, driving tractor.. Hiph Low Close I Jay Hall, board meeting and ... 3 2'. 2"-. I road viewing ., W. W. Wallace, same........ M. M. Trout wine, same Frank Slcka, overseeing and road work Chris Jensen, road work February 5— J. O. Laymen, hauling gravel Hqmcr Wallace, same Walter Irwin, same C. Henderion. - $ame .... John Henderson, same 21 58 104'.; 62 7'; •47'; 14", 44'; 14'1 61'; ,4^,, I Ray Hendei-son, same ...... :Tal Sherwood, same j Frank Smith, same jjim Sherwood, shovel, gravel t.'ii." Harold Irwin, same ^^"^ 'Le.slie Barnett. road work Clifford Troutwine. driving; tractor Jav Hall, board meeting .... M. M. Troutwine. same W. W. Wallace, same March 7— Leslie Barnett, road work — 13^;, 2'-, 26^ 5^ 5', 19''; 7"; 15',', 28.06 24.00 4.50 4.50 4.50 18.40 1.06 20.25 25.00 23.10 23.20 22.60 22.10 23.40 24.90 9.00 8.50 10.64 30'/. 13-'i 28'-'. 28--. 12.00 3.50 3.50 3.50 15.50 LOCAL FRODUCE. ! Eggs;, firsts ••i'-flf'^ ' Eggs, seconds ' • Tp "Eggs, ithirds .... 1...... -r- ICc ;Eggs, iungraded . 1 12c "jlehs. No. 1 - 8c -Hens. 'No. 2 ; ...;....... .5c tNo. 1 Springsl I'O lbs., ufJ 6c ^Nd. 2 Springs'. ^4c xroutwine. board meet. papon."}; under 7 lbs ;•• 6c,April 4— Clifford Troutwine, driving tractor Homer Wallace, drag, rotids. E. Simmons, same W. G. Pierson, same Marion Thompson.- same H. F. Wilcox Oil & Gas Co.. gas and oil Allen County News-Journal warrants . • Tola Daily Register, printing. Frank Knowlton. cem.. fund. 171.53 Jav Hall, board meeting and official 4.50 9.50 23.70 18.45 7.50 23.86 5.00 16.50 Homer Wallace, same. 4J0 Jay Hall, board meeting...'... 555 M. M. Troutwine. same '350 w. W. Wallace, same. 3.50 Frank Sicka, dragging October 3— W. G. Pierson, dragginfi..... Homer Wallace, same Olberding Bros.,, welding• • Lesh Oil Co., oil and gas — Elmer Oliver, road work Leslie Barnett, overseeing ... Harold Weber, road work— W. W. Baker, same Dewey Huptwork. same Sam Williams, same .' Floyd McKaig, same Lawrence Shape!, same C. E. Belknap, same Donald Barnett. same ...... Eldon Heinze, same Clifford Troutwine, same Herbert Sell, same \ Robert Ogden, same Max Wilson, sanie 10.65 8.5S 18.10 3.50 18.65 44.00 51.40 9.20 9.20 1.80 530 JBO 1.00 1.80 1.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 TTSirrz~~^^ — J Vii;;i . fXSJOiClAL STATEMENT And Affirt^i^ of PublicatJoa ,9f 4he' IOLX BUILDING AND LOAN ' .^AS^SOCIATICm ,t4d: at. A.,'V. Walk, same 1.00 Ora Layman,- same Allen Curtis, same ....... T. R. Curtis, same ...... Earl Oliver, same Wm. Tippie. same ...... Elmer Baker, .same ...... I'irgil Kivett, same W. B. Gay, same O. S. Broughton, same .. E. Simmons, drag; roads Ray Town.send, road work Rothwell CJleaver, same . Walter Jolinson, same .. L. E. SteeeJ griavel Oley Parks,; road work — Chris Jensdn, same West Bros,,; same Albert Draper, same — Prank Sicka, same Frank Sicka Jr. .same .. Charles Conger, same .. Jay Hall, board meeting.. M. M. Troutwine. jSame.. W. W. Wallace, same..'. 3.50 November 1— OUie Parks, dragging roads.. i Olberding Bros., welding ggg P. G. Lawyer, blacksmithlng.. 1.00 IJOO 1.00 1.00 IM 7.40 4^ 4.80 9.40 17.40 4 JO 10.60 10.00 1.40 10.60 10.00 12.60 12.60 30.50 14.60 10.00 5.25 3.50 1.50 1.00 .50 Looat^: at lola, in' the Count; of Allen,jstnte,of Kansas; at the close of (Miriness on ttie 31st day of December, 1932. Authorized capital, $2,000,000. . f: ' i j Reapvacea. , ; Loans]to mend>ars on xeal-. estate, non-neg. notes..$299,485.00 Loans ion stock .......... 13.030.00 All «ther real estate^ owned 109.296.74 Due. oh real estate.sob) on • { contract, or t^tlons — 12,965L78 )Judgth «it6 . . 1... Puhilttu-e and: fixiureS. .. Taxes and insurance ;sc[- vanped for borrowers .. Cash in office and! banks. 23.883 58 6051 Toial ; ,' 468L35 00 ....... $460.495152 Liabi^ties. In.staHment stock Vlnvest- ? merit) 1 $202,610.15 PuU-pald stock Contingent (or reserve) ; fimd , BUls payabler-borrowed money .• .../...i Reserve for installment stock dividends : Undivided profits 1 158.260^)0 3,015,22 17,300!00 3920L92 40,108123 Total i $460,495.52 The above stat^nent is correct. F. a Beattie, Prealdent. • a. E. PEES, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of January, 1933. J. M.,POWiJLL. (Seal) . ,. Notary PubUc. My Com. expires August 18. 1936. 3.50 4.91 »Iins i 4c ! ;'antt (|rfat. lb .15c j National Engineering Co.. ^tags, •^ocks 0eese. lb. ..4cj culvert Frank Sicka. road work... C. C. Mccarty & Son. sharp• ening blades 4.00 H. P. Wilcox Oil & Gas Co.. oil and gas ;. 27.87 W. G. Pierson. drag, roads... 13.65 Homer Wallace, same ' 5 .40 I I Elmer Oliver, road work lb. C-iiiine.'^.s, each 10c "\^^h{te jDucks, lb. t ..4c •••f ^jo. H. Parks, dragging road.. Elmer Oliver, road work qplpred Ducks, lb ^.......^.^7^^^ Leslie Barnett. road work... Gallon Iron Works, blades llldes, per lb. ic jlfixec Corn, bu loc ....;.,....i.in. j Wilcox Oil & Gas Co... oil and gas W. G. Pierson, drag, roads. aCeP.ow Corn. bu. '^^at^i.b"- • •'•2«« ;Hom» m^w. Mme Kafir Corn -He. j^yHaU, bbai-d meeting ... M. M. Troutwine. .same |W. W. Wallace, same Kan.sas CJly Produce. 'fliansAs city. Jan. 16. (AJ?)—Eggs Ifi, Butter: Creamery 22; 'butterfat ; !i;-J4: i^acking butter 9. .Poultry: ' i|f ns 6-I1O: roo.stcrs 3-4; -.springs',10. i • I Kansa.s City Hay. . | K.-in.sak City. Jan. 16. ' (AP)— iHiiy,': 65 icars. I. Alialfa: No. 1, extra leafy, $13-'! : I^;: NO. 2 $12.00-50; 'No. 1. siO-:H;50; ._";'N.b7 2. leiify. .$9-10, ' : • r^rairic 7 ;?5. • ifTimoth and, $P.50 May 2— George Sherwood, labor on culvert O. H. Parks, drag, roads ... National Eng. Co., culvert... Emer Oliver, road work..... Leslie Barnett, same Delmar Call, same Gerald Barnett. work on tractor . ; ... No. 1. S7.50: NO. ii, $5.50- j Wilcox Oil &.Gas Co., oil I and gas ,- No 1 Sfl-IO- Noi 2. $7.50! Wilson Hdw. Co., .lumber... • Tecgarden Hdw. Co., nails.. 27.00 7.80 Leslie Barnett, same 1.50 L. T. Smith, same 6.00 G. S. Merrj'man. same ...... 6.00 Richard Cleaver, same W. L. Willis, same 7.75 Sam Williams, same L. Shapel. same 40.50: Clifford Kelley, same 14.70 Joe Kelley, same i.. 13.20 Ralph Jones, same .., 3.50 Walter Irwin, same 3.50 1 J. B. Cramer, sairie 3.50 1 Jay Hall, board meeting'and ! election . • M. M. Troutwine. board meet. J 00 W. W. Walace, board meeting 22s viewing 21.60 December 5—. 1 71.00 Geneva HaU, hall rent 70.20 Mrs. Dora Townsend,.rent— 1.00 Martin Tractor Co.. repairs .. National Eng. Co.. culvert .. Elmer Oliver,, road work. 2.00 35.02 9.60 .50 K!an.sas City Grain..' E. Simmons, dragging roads. 31 .95 irsbn, same 14.40 •Knii.sa.s] City. Jan. liG. ,(AP)— WhSat: ,1(J5 cars: ', up to down. o. 2. dark hard. nom. 42-.52.; No. 3,'Jay Hall Ha. 2. dar , i'S: No. 2, hard. 42',-441-; No. 3, 42 ' "i-4.^: No. 2, red. 44; No. 3. 43'v. . , citW: Mav 40".:; Julv 40' A ; Sept. W. G. Pi Homer 'rtrallace, same Clarq Gojiha, same board meeting -iCoi'n: 4l\cai-s; down ', iq-Vj. No.I,-, ». pj 2, wliite. nom. 22 'i:-23: No.;|i. 22 'i; ]j n Ad, tio- 2, ycllciw. noin. 22 '..-23^ NO. 3, ' / ntjm.;;2l 'J-22I4 : No. 2. mUjctl, nom. 2 ;r22':-; Nov 3. 2 'J. 'Close: May 23',; July 24";. . .Oat.s: 2 '-(iar.s; unchanged. No. 2, white,, nom.i 17 'i ;-18';; J>4o. .3, nom. Milff maize, 52-53. • t . ;;Kaf'ir, norii.. 38-45. i iMye.-nom. 32-35; t iSarlvy. 22%. T • " r-- K. C. Livestock Close! ' rCattlc: Fed steers and yearlings uneven:; steady to 25 lower;; short 'f ^a stc^.rs with weight geiierally .slvowing• most decline; go64 light waight: Stcei ^is $6.00; best^hea\T steers ^.50; steers, good and'choicc, 550-900-lbs., S5.00-6.75; 900-1M)0 lbs., S4.50-6.75; HCO-1300 lbs.. $4.^-6.50; -13f)b-15(K) ilbs..; $4.00-5.75. gheep: Lainbs generally 15-25 low,• er'i sheep about steady; top fed lainbs to ; shippers S5.65; otlicr fed . - lots to, packers and shippers .^niostly 55.25-60:5 lambs, good and'chOice. 90 lbs. down, $5.10-65; good and choice : 90-98 lbs., $5.00-50. . Hogs; Unchanged- • ; • E;stiriiated livestock receipts for tomorrow: Cattle 5.500; hogs. 4,000; shetp 7,000. I ^ i M. M. Tt-outwine. same. W. W. \Val.lnce. same June 6— Martin "II ractor Co.. repairs.. rks, dragging ms Co.. repairs. C. C. Me(j;arty & Son. repairs Allen Coibnty Imp. Co., nails. Olberding Bros., welding .... Wilcox dU & Gas Co.. gas and oil 11.70 17.25 3.50 3.50 3.50 21.82 Leslie Bamett. rohd work and overseeing I Glen Cleaver, road work Richard Cleaver, same .. Geoi-ge Perkins, same .. Jay Miller, same Leslie Mentzer, .same John Yowell; same Curtis Yowell, same ,... R. A. Bennett, same ... Malt Bradley, same .... Walter Brlggs, same — Alford Prantz, same .... 9.01 5.25 1.00 6.50 43.49 Elmer Oliver, driving tractor and rolid work I Leslie Bijrnett, over.seeing road work iDt'lmar Call, road work Dan Isom. road work..' — Homer Wallace, drag, roads.. Frank Sicka, road work: Jay Hall, board meeting 3.50 91.88 2.00 5.00 18.6'0 9.42 •Kansas City Livestock.; Kansas City. Jan. 16; (AP)— lU. S. Dept.:Agr.)-|-Hogs; 6,000;- , 1.500 direct; very up.even. steady to 15 higlscr than Friday's average; top $3.1fe on choicje 180-200 Ibs.^ good and"^ dipice. 140-350; lbs.. $2.60-3.10; V. paci(ing §ows. 275-550 lbs.. Sl.S^-2.40., . stock pigs. gocJd and choice, .70-130 ! August 1— lbs.: $2.50-75. jJay Hall, board meeting and cattle;. 13.000; calves, 1,000; fed; getting election board steers and yearlings, slow and tend- jM. M. Troutwine. board meet. M. M. Ti-outwine; same. W. W. Wallace, same W. G. Pierson. drag, roads... July 6— Martin Tractor Co., repairs.. O. H. Parks, dragging roads and mowing weeds Wilcox Oil & Gas Co.. oil and gas W^. G. Pierson. drag, roads... E. Simmons, same Homer Wallace, same Elmer Oliver,, road work— Leslie Barnett; ioverseeing and road woric ....... Jay Hall, board meeting M. M. Troutwine. same .. W. W. Wallace,! board meeting and postage August 1— W. G. Pierson,: drag, roads.. O. H. Parks, same Homer Wallace, same C. J. Warner,.Printing Co.. printing checks Firman L. Carswell Mfg. Co.. patrole blades ; eg; Clare Dosha, same •' Lucien Gosha, same Wm, Sampson, same Prank Mable. same C. P. Walk, same : s; P. Wllllamis. same ....... D. H. Barnett. same ] H. F. Wilcox Oil & Gas Co., I oil and gas E. Simmons, drag, roads Homer Wallace, same ... Frank Sicka. road work and overseeing Chris Jensen, road work Toni West, same Jay Hall, board meeting M. M. Troutwine. same .. W. 'W. Wallace, same — January 2— Curtis Yowell, hauling gravel Wm. Sampson, same Leslie Mentzer, same Clair Gosha. same Lucien Gosha, shoveling . . Alford Frantz, same R. A. Bennett, same , Warren Holtz, same Elmer Oliver, same Leslie Barnett, same Don Barnett. same Olberding Bros., welding .. H. P. Wilcox Gas Co., gas.. i. Homer Wallace,, drag, roads 1. Jay Hall, board meeting and road viewing i. 4.16 ; M. M . Troutwine, board meeting and road viewing i. W. W. Wallace, same and postage 9.90 ; Mamie HoweU. graVel iW. G. Pierson, drag, roads 1.00! — 3:50 3.50 .24.75 7.85 3.00 10.27 *5.15 4530 630 30.25 31.|5 3.50 16.65 1.50 13.20' ;Total disbursements . .| K,05L07 38.00 42.25 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 8.00 1.00 IJOO IJOO 1.00 1.00 9.00 12.25 3.50 450 8.00 3.00, 16.36 46.60 39.00, 46.00 1.00 4.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 3.00 .3.00 2.00 sod 5.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 2.00 35.77 19.15 4.80 11.50 3.00 3.00 3.50 3.50 '3.50 8.40 7.80 7.00 750 3.00 2.SQ 2.50 1.00 S.O6 5.75 6.00 2.25 730 16.70 5.25 5.25 7.37 8.40 ^130 I Total receipts for the year./$5.06250 jTotal disbursements for year ZP5\.(n ing lower; other kJUing -classes steady: stockers and fedders' steady to -s^ng-; steers, good and ,choice, 550-lpOO lbs .,1 $4.15-7; common and medium, 550 lbs. Xip. S3.00-5.oO; I heifers, good and choice. 550-96o' lbs.; $4.25r6J25; cows, good $2.60-3.00; .•-i-ealers. (milkfed), medium to choice, $250-6.00; stocker and [feeder Steers, good and choice, $4.00-5.75. W. W. Wallace, same August 18— Jay HaU, board meeting arid official.. M. M. Troutwine. board meet. W. W. Wallace, same September 5— Lesh Oil Co.. oil apd gas— W. G. Pierson, drag, roads... E. Simihons, same i(y.50 i 3.50 Bal. on hand Jan. 2. 1933. .|$2/>11:83 3 50 ' ' Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of January. 1833. 47c (Signed) W. W. WALLACE. g^jAttest: Ralph Elarton. ' 350; County Cleric. 36.031 Have you a house for rent? Or 12.30 for sale? Want to bu^ anyttilns? 25.501 Use the Classified columns I ANNUAL BEfOKT OF TOWNSHIP TSEASCBEB Of Tola Township, to the Township Auditing Board of Allen County, Kansas, for th^ year 1932. B^eeipts. Balance on harid Jan. I, 1932. $ G67.94 County Treasurer . .• 11513.14 Iota: State Bank 500.60 Gasoline tax 1,788.49 interest . 5l51 Poll tax 28.00 €oiw&ii| .RCa. u." s; PAT. OFF, jfy HORIZOXTAI* 1 Autobiography. 7 Hair wavers.. 13 Black. 14 To deceive. 36 Young herrlne 17 Quantity. 18 Disputant » Striped, fabric. 81 To exist. 22 Inlet. 23 To sink. ZBiStrieet. 26 27 Male child. To recede.. 29|Kettle. MOne. 33 Afflrms. .^5 Street car. 37 Corded cloth.' 38 Molasses. 40 Wrath. 41 Northeast. 42Therefore. 43 Brancli. 44 Above. 46 Half an em. 47 Ll.xlviums. 49 Poem. 51 CatUe food. . 53 European niint. Answer to rtovioa!;' Fu7.zle .iiUBOBS. :a[il:•aE5g!a^ffla .'•)."> Inert element. r,G Wigwam. 58 Weight allowance for wa.ste. GO Relieves. 62 2000 pounds. fiS Coronet; «;4 Those that prey. (i3 Prime minister of Australia.. YKRTICAL 1 Large city in Austialia. 2 Tree yielding oil. 3 Witticism. 4 Upon. 5 Ojitriih. 6 To weep. 7 Slash. 8 Cousiimes 9 Pound. ' 10 Age. 11 Chest bones. 12 Report. 15 Capital of .Australia. IS .\oi.se. 19 Knock. 22 To decay, 24 Secured. 26 To drink slowly. 27 Source of ipecac. 28 Border. 30 Three (prefix). 32 Born. 3."? Exclamation. 34 Si)uth America. 36 Form of "be." 3STouched wilh^ • tlifi toes. 39MU68. 42 Largest city in Australia. 45 Flower part. 47 Slack. 4S To liarden.. • 49 Organ of sight , r,0 Sea skeletoji. 51 Dread. 52 Rots as flax. 5:1 Female fowls. .'i4 Fairy. 55 Fiher knots. 3- Italian river. 59 Light brown. 61 Southea.st. 6.1 Measure. Total receipts for 1932... .$14,549.08 Disbursements. Supplies .$ 986.16 New roads 6,62525 Repair on roads I,93li63 Blacksmith work 10936 Road equipment 75.00 Overseeing . 924.50 Maintenance 1325^59 Team labor 67934 Bridge hiaterial.., 27337 Miscellaneous 24938 Warrants payable ;.. 80ll58 Salaries and official duties 560.70 Total expenses for the year i 1932 and up to noon of Jan. 9, 1933, as per vouchers allowed and filed with the county clerk \.$ 14,541'.86 Receiirts L $14549.08 Disbursements 14541186 Balan<5e on hand at noon. January 9, 1933 $ 7.22 E. H. BROWN, Treasurer^ Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of January, 1933. B. M. ORECiOBy, <S*al) Deputy Cotuity Clerk. . Bennington—A seijesi ,of prairie fires between here and SftUna forced farm fomlUiM to.K^teiUieir honies Saturday night Aod early yeaterddy. Truck loads of men were niahed {to the fires and succeeded in clieclcui« brisk wind carried the fires over the highlands forming the divide between the Saline and Solomon riv- NEWS OF LAHARPE Three New Ceilliig Lights Installed in Danfqrth Drug Store as Gifts of George Danforth. -LAHARPE. Jan. 16.—The Danforth drug store had installed Saturday three attractive new ceiling lights, modernistic in design, which were Christmas gifts to Mr. Danforth from his son George. These lights are like those in the Empire State building in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ensminger and Mrs. Gfover, Bronson. were In La- Harpe Saturday afternoon on business. —No questions will be asked if the pen and pencil seit taken from the LaHarpe Hotel Is retiimed. Reward, Miss Dorothy Stennitt was an all nigjit guest Friday of MLss Tlielma Stevenson, after returning from the basketball game in Unlontbwn. Mr. and Mrs. Strunk, south of the flames Iv means of backfires.! A [town, were here on business Satui-day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and family, i Tola, spent Sunday In La^ Harpe with Mr. Jones's father. Dave Jones and rfamlly and other relatives. Mr. Elder, Kansas City, was calling on business frlehds here and in lola Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olford and Mrs. Emily Ashley, Blue Mound, returned to their home, here Saturday for a few days. Mr. and'Mrs. Harold Campbell of Westphalia spent the week-end here with Mrs. Maud Campbell and Myrtle,; who accompanied them home for a few days visit. , Mr. and Mrs. Lester Geer and Mr. Geer's mother. Climax, Kas., who spent the week-end in Fort Scott, visited relatives here Sunday afternoon. Mr. Larson. Concordia. Kas., was here transacting business Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gregory, northeast of Moran, visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ci W. Gregory. Miss Catherine Noose, Garnctt, was calling on friends and attending to business here the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Butcher, north of Gas City, were Icalllng on friends here Sunday afternoon. Ernest Ensminger who is ill with chlckenpox Is recovering nicely. jOUT OUR WAY By Williams CAM OKl.tACvA, . -neo FROM OMe 7 GOSvA* WOO sTARTueo »>^e..' ©VGKIAXA. U\\1 CL.A\^Ae 1 PUT A QuvhjiKiH CAPSUX-E. >M TH' GUNA 'Sue. HAD SToCvC OMOSR -Tt-\' TABuH / AM' SK^'S UAVlKi" PER S ^e. ~ WGt-\ /'ATS AUUTHEM NEWS OF MORAN GEiNUINE PAIITS \ and skilled mechanics—with sixteen years satirfactoryi service in lola, ASSURE YQU of the best and 'most ; dependable results. ROSS ABBDdLE GARAGE CHKYSLER-H,YMOCTH ? Sales—§<erTice— tfltris AUTOMOTWE Three Pastors of Collaborate in t^Ioran Churches to Union Revival I Mrs. G MORAN. Jan. vices of the Mor; been announced Services Starting Sunday H. Ford) 3—The union ser- n churches have-| |o- begin Sunday evening. January! 15, at the Chris- tibri church. It has been planned that the .three local pastoi-s. Rev Fred .Gresham bf the Christian chiirch; Rev. J. R. Williams of tne Methodist, and Rev. N. A. Peck of the Presbyterian fchurch,. unite 'in giving the sermons. The first five .services are to b^ given : In the Christian church, the following five in the Methodist and the closing series in the Pi-espyterian. Choirs of the churches afe to be united during these special meetings under the; direction of Mrs. Ernest Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bartlett and two .sons. Russell i.nd Warren, left Friday afternoon for Kansas City, where they expected to remain over night and on Satui-day go to Kirks- vllie. Mo., where t^iey will attend thei funeral services of Mrs.iBart- lett's cousin. Miss Pern LleuTance, whose death occurred Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Norton had as thelx- guests Sunday their daughter, Mrs. Fred Apt and] family, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Hobqrt, Mrs. Adah G. Staley and her daughter, and Mr. Camp- Clarence Sniith, r^avis. Tola, Mrs. C! son Clarence, and Mrs. Bud Campbell bell. Mr. and Mrs. lola, were callers Iri the evening., Mr. and Mrs'. W.IE , North were business visitoi-s In Kansas City the first of the we |ek. I ' . Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Lace'y, Mildred, visited here Supday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rees. Mrs. T. H. McLailshlin. Bronson. was a .dinner gUest lihursday of Mrs. J. C. Norton, and ii| the afternoon attended the meeting of the Ladles' Aid society of the cSiristian church at the home of Mrs.l Ida Merrill. Mrs. Ed Davis had as her dinner guests Wednesday, her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. E. Anderson.l Mrs. Marvel GiUispie. Mrs. Ava Morrow and son Pete. lola. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lajrmen and '.children, Neosho Palls, visited here Sunday, guests of iMrs. Laymen's parents. Mr. and Mrsj Chas. Agner. The Ladies' Aid oil the Christian church enjoyed an ap day meeting Thursday a,t the home of Mrs. Ida Merrill and spent the! time quilting. The followmg ladies Were present: Mesdames C. F. Brbuillard, Clay Weast. E. H. Bartlett John Weast, Ed Davis. O. G. Staley! Hazel Campbell. George .Weast, Nettle Grow, J. C. Norton, T. H. McLaiughlin, Bronson, and Mrs. Snelley]' Clarence Kester. carrier on route two out of Moran was able to resume his work Monday, aftei several days Illness. Mr. and Mrs. deorga McCormlck, Elsmore, were Sunday guests of Mrs. McCoiinlck's parents, Mr. and Aatpmobiles For-Sale THE CHEVRCtfiET DEALER HAS THkBEST USED CARS ; TN. TOWN i : ; 1932 Chev. Sport Sedart, like neii 1929 Chev. Panel Dell\!ery 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Chevrolet Coupe : 1927 Chrysler Roadster 1929 Dodge Bedan . ' 1929 Dodge Sedan 1929 Essex Coupe > 1931 Ford Truck, long n-heelbase 1930 Ford Coupe 1929 Ford Truck r . 1929 Hudson Sedan v 1928 Pontiac Sedan 1628 Pontiao Coach 1928 Hup. 8 Conpe w 1929 Whippet Coach ' Plenty of Other BfMSjjalns BUD WHITE MOTOR OO. & Anto^ Accessories, Tires, Farts 1927 CHEVROLET PAliTS^For sale. E. B. Anderson,. 1001 East street.: • • t Bfiwlriny—Gars^ BATTERY Recharging, SOc. IdeaJ Garage. • EMPLOYMENT IS Sitnations Wmtedr^emale WANTED—Work of any'lcind, by ;hour. day or week; '^washhigs-' .'wanted. Inquhre 420 N. Chestnut. LIVE STOCK 21 Horses., Cattle, Vehldles Mrs. Walter Wood and Scott Wood. her brother. I 1 (Prom the Office of I Abstract Co.. 108 W. .> . - - REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS | 'Jackson) January 14. 1933. Empire Oil and Refining company to Cities Sen'ice Gas Iqmpany, all of lots 3 and 4 In the NW. <i of 29-26-18, that lie.f East ofj the Right of Way of the Missouri, Kansas and TexasRallway company. !$1.00. Fairv- Cantlon 'and George Cant- Ion, wife and husband to Formulay Fairy Pyles, all of lots 1 and 2 In block 2 in Bu^ley's Sub-clvlsion to LaHarpe. Allen county, Kfls:, $350. Pfred T. Brown, unmarried to R. G. ;Perkins. N. "i of lot 10. and all of lot 11. block 30. Moran <?ity. $1. . Have you a house for rent? Or forj sale? "Waht to buy rinytlilng» Use the Clsissified columnsj! ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions COMMUNITY SALE—Eveijy Wednesday at J. C. Butcher's Sale Barn. .Col. Smock. Auctioneer. Personals OLD MAGAZINES and books wanted. When moving or <^leaning . house give them tft the lola Public Library. Phone 1405 or 382 and wp will trpis them • Strayed, Lost, Fonn«| FOUND—Money. Owner m^y have by Identifying and paying for ad. Phone 463. AUTOMOTIVE Antomobiles For Sale ~ SALES . I Dodge sE^v?cE PMouth Dependable Used Cars and 'i'rucks ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone 301 Cash— Trade—Terms PONTIAC-BUICK GOOD WILL USED CAM SHELLY MOTOR ^CoJ Authorized Bulcki-Pbntlao 214 N. Jefferson—Php. 80 3 TEAMS MARES—5 to 7 years old, weigh 2500 to 3000 lbs.; 4-teams ^ horses. 5 to] 8 years old, weigh 2400 to 3100'lbs.; 20 head good; work horses and mares?'25 fresh ; cows. 3 to 5-years old, glVlhg 3 to 6, &al. mUk per day; 20 cows, will . freshen in 10 to 30 daysj 5 good bulls; 5 wagons with grain beds; ; 1 new com planter; 2 otbpr com planters; all kinds farmiftg ma- : chinery; 6 sets good work^iaraees. : wm sell on time. J. C. Butcher. MERCHANDISE 24 Articles For Sale BATTERIES — Guaranteed. $4.9& Ideal Garage. MOTOR OIL—5dc gal.; 5 gal, $2.19 Ideal Garage. Phone 174.;^.. 26 Farm and Dairy k^rodocts FLOUR^FulIy guaranteed. 48 lbs.. • 6Sc. Brownie's, Cream, Poultry and Eggs. 2? y Feed, Fuel. FerUUiers WO^D—Mulberry, $1.00 per i^nk at farm. Mrs.Anna Weber, 6 '4 miles ncfrth on State street. 28 Honsehold Qooda NEW AND USED Pumltur^ and , Stove bargains. Curtis', 10 North ^ Washington. v ; 20 USED living room suites, »'i3 UR Heiininger's Furniture Store. 3 PIANOS slighUy used, standard makes. Real bargains. W. H. Wood Pine Furniture, 202 S. Jefferson. USED STOVES and Furniture. iStore packed. Henftinger's Fum. Store. 29 Machinery and Tools 1 GOOD USED No. 3 McCorJnick- Deering Primrose cream separator, $25; -1 No. 3 McCormlck-Dterlng separator, like new, $50.00. Allen County Implement Co. ^ 30 Mnsteal. Badie NEW AND USED BADIOS-^13.50 up. Hennlriger's Eiimlture Store. ROOMS FOR RENT 34 Apartments and Flats ATTRACTIVE 3-ROOM m^em apajtnient. garage, close In, i reasonable 210 East Jackson. FURNISfiED 3 rooms with pantry,closets,; porches, modem, private entrance, close in. Phone 1234. Real Estate For Rent 35 Business Places For Renir FOR RENT OR LEASE—Batb«r shop. 2 chairs complete. Call 1 1 104 South Kentucky. , GOOD BUSINESS; ROOM—Wek Madison, newly decorated; .also 4-room furnished hotise, p«rtly modem.- Grace Acers, I 24 Acers Park. I L' 36 Farms and Land For Rent 240 ACRES—Weill improved,' for - rent or exchange !for smaller farm. E. S. Stratton; deneva, Kas. • ' 37 ^ewm For Kept FOR RENT—Houses, good locatioh. See a. E.-Pees. 5-ROOM modem, garage, $6.0.,, 2-acre suburban, gas, electrlcltk Gas City: ly. c. Archer &.r Phone 304. ! 5-ROOM MODERN bungalow, floors, long living room; ftoe pit, 605 N. Washin^n. lolaLamCc Real Estate For Sale 40 Fams and Land For Sale. FOR SALE OR RETfTr-^O.acrfes near Humboldt; quarter sectibn near Tola.; R M. Cunntogham/I 44 WtMited~To Buy 4 TO 6 ROOM HOUSE—BL store buUdlne to wreck: mw a bargain. Allen County In, ment Co., 820 S. Washington, •

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