Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 13, 1927 · Page 7
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S'lBu'.Tiie A»M«ialf($ Pretil \ .. nwfinwmW CftntTKl. sFMidardi t\met HiU tJiNt-'lii P. M. unln» othvrwtac tn- UJatrt. Wane l«i«th« on le« of. c«ll kljlfro,- Wlticrelef o« rifht. ' _ ' " i72 .«—WPO Atlantic City—1100 j»:Wr-RoraI P«J«c« ArtUta i aM ^WSAI. Saltlmarit— 10M ;:M^IMv«rd J4ndr«k. Tuior / - 3«l.«.TWBEr BMM>—MO • aorotirann: Van and SchtncJt ^r?:|f_A««llan RtclUI Itauui Troukailours QooOrlcli Or«h>*tr|i 4n.S—WNAC Boaton—•« B;l»^—Orehcalnui tuiO—Ramoua Corapoaar* . 9M —Columbbi Phonofraph Hour aoeii-woR Buffai »-Mo , *-sJ—A S U T'^ CIUI • t.-M^Ipana TroubaOnura - 1|:S»—Ckio«ricb Orrbaatra: Qoartat 'M5.1—WMAK BufTalo—MO ' T.tOO—Bamiocton Jkiid . ' »:OOr-KiBlBter Hbnr »:«0— COhUBbU nuuioft«|>h Hour i St5.4—WTIC Hiirtfor*-5«0 Crab—Soconyana:. Van and Schanek 7;Sef^AeoUan Concert ,; ^ZA~>I*QK^ Hewark—?•» S-SO-rrMaM-iUte Orcbcatra. 6:0e^-Coinmodore Ensembla . ThOO—Saasiona Cblmta \ Kton—Kolstpr Hour . Si:(MI—Columbia Pbonocraph Hotir <i !4»I^WEAF Naw YoHt—ttO ^ »:Bft-'AltraIdotf-Atfbita Orcheatra 0100'—SrnaROKue S«>rvlcea «:30—SoMnrana: Van and Schcnck —Great Momenta In Hlatorr 7^30:—A^an Raoltal $: 00—Tban» Troubadoura 8:30—Goodrich Orchrstra: Qnartrt #.-5 »T -?f»ttonal GrsuA <Jp«». "PM.'- Ilacci-- , tO:3;0—Hbtel Blanger Orchestra -.W-S—WJZ New York— 660 • i00-r-C6ncert Orchfstra *:#£—Prederic W. Wile. Talk . 7:00 —CbaAploa Sp»rk«rs , 7:30— Sxlvssla. Koraat^ra - - 8:00— Ruth wataon. Bonlo Band .jttSn—M(irlmhit<.Mus(n?9 »:M—Social Holur ID:On—Slumber VpOc - itMLS—WFI.WLIT Philadalphia—740 —Adelphia Whl5perlnK Orchaatra 31S .6 -:-t$DKA Pitttburah—(Ml S:bO—^WastlnEhouaa Band . 7 :00—ChaSnplin Sparksra 7:J0—SyJvanIA Foreatera i : 277 .6—WHA^M Rechaitar—IOM ";0O—Itenilnirton'Band ~ ' :S0 —Mullcal VlatAH :00 |-HlcJ{pk Buckollcra . 3*3.1— W Bit- 8prll >o «»l<»—W '.I .6:30— nndio .Vaturn T.^HRUH •TiOO—r'lwmplnri .Spaikira »:S0—Sylvniiln For >»»tnM 373 .»-WOY Behanecudy— 7 *0 l:.10-itA«rlruUural Pror-wn *:30 —Soconyntw T;0<>r -n <'mliiBitin Band i 7 :80—ArolUli. ProitTHiii *:00— Ipnna' Troiibudciura " • 3S6.»-CKCL ToroMa—640 l:M—ICnactiililii 4««.»—WRC Wa»hl«gton— 640 1 :60— Waldorf-Antorla (iri-hfiitra 7:3*— Afollan RK^UJII . . »:00— Tpann. TrniihadoMin t:tO—CStKMlrlch Orrltpiiirii: QuartM ' • 3:80— Xtttlonal Orniid-opTa- \ ' 516.»— WTAO, Worcaatai—6«0 - ^zSn—S<>coiiyan»: Van nndSchenck Tc(N>—Musculitea 7:30—Studio Pro(*am . - \ SOUTHErtt»^ 2««.»—WWNC' A»hav|M »f-1010. «:IK)—ninner Music - 47S.9—WSB Atlan <;^^-6ao 6:00— Columbia Phonosraptl I'roKcam; •:S«—Dinner Concert ' - TrOO—Afn-Icultunil Foundation 8:00-rInBnB Troubadour* f t:STr-^;ood^-!oh Or«-h*«r» : Qua'rttt 322.4—WHAS l.cul»wli:«— "joi •fcOO—Ipaiia Troubadours ;'8i»0—Goodrich Hour 3 :30—National Grand Ot>»?r:i S16 .3— WMC Mempliit— S80 8:00 —Ipaha Troubadom-n ; 3:30—Goodrich Orchmtrs : Quarttt .336.9—WSM Naaiiville—E »0 t ;06 —Ipana Troubadours - fc30— Go€>drlch Orch*sir»: Quartet - i:|i>-TNatlonal Grand Op»ra . - r 24«;9—WCOA Pensacota—12M S:M—Bridge Lesson B :30 —Dance 3fu^io •:30—Jubilee Slns«.-ii V 433.6— WJAR Providence— 620 , *:3ft —Soconyans: V.in|and Schenok 3 :30— Goodrfcli Oro)>e£tra: Quartet - S22.4^WSMB Naw Orlaana—930 7':00—Oplowil Tlwiter. K :(n )-r-CI)iidr«n'a Pr«b«ra 41M—WON .V /kia- Clrt***»-«« 7;3«—AK.IIan RnHtai x:liO—Truubodoura ^ AtSA—Ooodrtrh On«heirtnr: Quarti* 8:10—Mi -Jt lean Baritone 11:A»—HnniUumii - S4«B-WLS Chleaao-370 . <:Oa.^u»p«rh»lt' Program •H:on_A1latat« Hour <»:n»_irii«r«| Vuto y:46—Hocfcry: Btaokhawha vm, T<»p- onlo ,-44r.»—ChlacBO—«T« <:ia-r-ntiin«p MualP 7:00—Xo^rtlweatern Unlveratty L««> rura )i:0Oi»r«lumb«n rhajn *! hr».> lOrOOnn ^lBra Muaio C bra) 42t.S—WLW Cincinnati-700 H-on—rirnmplnn Sparh^ra »;ln— fiynvrrt ^ !>-1 J— iDatnimmtal Trio f ' 10:00—Oman DIVertlaementa 3«1.»-WftAI einclnnatt—no 7:00—ara»^ Xomenta la Hlatotr 8:30—noodrtcb Profram 9:39—Grand Opera 3»».»-WTAM Cleveland-790 7:1(1—Aeoitan H»rJtBl SrOO—loana Tratthadour# 8:30—Goodrich Orcbeatra' Quartet .29241— WAIU Cohimbut-10«0 S:04—Grohcftraa' 8:00—Koleter Hour 9U>»-^alunibta Phonograph Hour ' 374>-WOC Davenport 300 7:30—Aeolian' Proaram ' 8:00—tDana Troubl^oura 8:S0^-GO<!drlch Orchestra: Quarttt 6SS.4r-WHO Oca Molna«-4M 7:on-rN'attoni>l Muitcalitle* 8:00—Tpana Trouttadonra 8:30—Goodrich Orchestra: Quartet 9:00—Grand Opera • 440.9— wax- WJR OatrDlt';'6IO 5:30—Request'Ni«ht 7:00—Chamolim Sparkei^ 8:30^14 Time 5^nirs 'SS2.7—WWJ Detroit—ftSO 7:0»-^reat Moment* in Hl«tc,» 7:30—Aeolian ReclUI %:W —Inana Troubadnura 3:30—Goodrtch ffour 499.7—W BAP Port Worth—800 f:0O—Seven Aees 9:00—Ipana Troubadours $«4.4—KTHS Hot Springs—710 T:30—Sperlalttfs 3:00—.^Dl-Clasalral Hour 361.2—W08 Jeffersen City—«30 '8:."TO—Studio Pronram 370^—WOAF Kansaa city— tlO 7:30—.^eollap Concert S:(10—Tpana Troubadours S:SO—Goodrich Orchestra; Qukrtet . |:30—Cnvallecs ... 29XV—WTMJ Milwaukee-—10X0 7:10—Aeolian Recital 8:00—Band Concert !<:rt0—WlBconiiln Communities Pro- uram 10:00—Orcanlogua 406.2—WCCO Minneapolis-St. Paul—740 :.'!n—ABollurLRecllal. ^JM^ltoL DAILY W tf>R*tBBe« frva nwe 4hie>' KiUglit! branded tbia action "an Imyevtsiinble orirae." Ho said the KoveiDor would be cbarsed jwlib InterferrinK with the • "Inherent -ViKbt" ol the ieftadaton to meet In a Hetr -conr«ne() aessiou. watt»r soakej SeU waa lii' bad ahape ajHL it waa Buoensaiy to wa«fe In ordar to rencb t):e iwlabrated Spirit of St. L4>iil<i whiidi ww drawa u> wtth IN caeori ready tin laHajht air. Undhergli' had taken precatUicTax JoKP Alvaradot -waii allegetl byjto kwpt hia aecrel to prevent Mn Knifrtit to havts h<>en appointed by the [ KOvernor to bunt liank liandlta. after a reward.bad betia orfer<>d for Alvardo by a TexoH crotfdH (WuD 8 >varBiins o»er the field aiwi: tiwrady endaugarlng bla cliaacraaiof fe ^4l ^r the heavy pbina iiiii» thai air. With a non-itop (lisbt MhMTirr n»P bU capture to face'a |Com «ni|ila«<Hl. It w«^ neceakory to i-harRi> of hank robbery. Alvuru-, loke a Hiipplv of jCHaolinc aud 'do'tt coinmiaalon ahowtN) be bud ! elli \w^xi promUed: liuniualty nhould | ^o mijpply blm witit nourlehmeni anyon- \w killed. In (be bandit j„r,B, 0,^^, throtigb the Zv ;'Tr "roo „""a 'id S"4s ;fei;srid- <hnrKo. I .Mr. Moon MOld the »>oune ^ „,^/T|»led » week'* airoDly-'of "^^T^f^ "r'^h'^c^ac^.t^Ko^anStwo""^^^^ woman {had ; Interceded with the i . watei- Kovprnor and .Mrs. liammondH to i * ' InduBtruliB Contiiiue Lead ^ Mo^e to New York. Dec. 13. lAP)—Stock prl <-«-H made further recoYery today. IiidUMtriala conllnuetl to lead the Bilvance. jiaiaa in' xome of the hlKh. priced aiwcbiltlea running from 5 to nearly 10 polnta. RailK moved forward iit a alow pace al- Ibougii a good demand waa apparent for ;<om»: of- the tow tirice IH- HUfs. So great waa the voluni^ of trading durlnk the morning that the ticker fell niore than 10 minutes behind ih« market, despite Pradm1»m.ol> Crude Oinfown fort Week • ^—;— ' Tulsa. Okla.. Dec. 13, (AP)—Pro- doctioir of erode dli-ilr the United r^Sutep floetiuated widely daring the paat week,, the Oil ^Ad Gtui Journal iiaya today in reporting a daily average decrease in the output of 3i).S56 barrels. Production for the week waa given aa 2,477,071 barrels for- thte'week eudlug December 10 as roinpared with 2.507.627 barr|ls for »}ie week eodlng Decenrber .1. The decrease was accountetl for BI- moi»t solely in Oklahoma. a ;rt;T |cont;!;u.fo"ln "?S^^^^^^^^^ 'wo meaaagea.'the abbr.vla.ed quo.attous. but ,h. a hiKhJart'laIra ° jOn* W»B addresaed to Major Bur-f Pacf »»ackened Bpm «wi ,at in the While the vo.™'showed 65 repre- well. It «iid: "Many thanks ,„ isenatives voted on one of the cooperation. It ha» been l<>« f' ,5 „*",,;?°"^y chargPS. 54 constitute a quorum. P^'^cent." • ^ S ./^r . Z"?L^^^^ . .Mr.. Moon said the house voted tt-U Am, Flit, ' I JJ*wa, of ^tw^ S^^^ 8ton with making the military ,eniujt W. A. DlBgpp. of-the Army.!,-j^- authority .supreme over civil auth-i jt jald: "I ceruinly appreciate ' oriiy. He said a recommendallon jy„ur assistaace in preparlug. for (.--!„ Prices Down to tihnrge the governor with in-! my night to Mexico City. Please Chlcaeo Dec '12 (XiM -I Inul- romp^tency carried 49 to 5. and g.^e^ ihatik* t» Staff Sergeant darina^aT«. o^lh.^.•. l oUo^^^^^^^ that the house fiien voted 44 to,'!. AV ^ooe. for the Weilent in- j carrl^ „?|„^^^^^^^^ 9 to charge him with giving a com-. s„«:Uj,n h.. ha^ given the Si,lri.' ^^J^^l.^ "i /S sSTng « d- Jnl '''Tlv"„r,r'',.E r.hhri ' (forcPd TnTo «pe.-aUo" to stop T„icTo.?;/S nn^o^^^^ >«n With 1 losses at variouR llmlts. Lowest ,^".?^^.^.^i^J^^o,«^,^T5^-^f^^^^ *»"'e >l «« President, prlce.^ w..re reaclied .toward .he ,]^^^u\^JXZ IZlTA^KrJ, ^ Mealco of hia taking ofT. last, dospli.. la..-, cable.- ..>lli„g of son w»h V ^rruXo^ Immediately after the take-off.istorms in northern Argentina do- son witn corruption in ornce. ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^,^1 dainagft and delayiug lUo Commerce planes tool^ the air and moVpnicni of wheal. Thiv worldV beaded after the Spirit of.St: Louis.; available [ wheal 'isupply increased hilt ihv thntr Mm« fJudborirh had 4 -102.000 bushels, for the week, aud bushels agatusi ear ago. (t'ontlnned from Page One) Skeiitlral Oyer Plan. but "by tliat Umo Uudbcrgh had 4.102.000 bushels, for tli bin lost lu the distanci If, """^ The flight ,0 Mexico: City „„a; 237.89r..0OO bushels a y, poBsibly to.Havana has no official significance so far as the govern- Mr. Allen is skepllcal of tlie ijaeni Is concern^ii; but It wos .-x- I proposal to amend ihu ' consiitu- i liou. and is of the belief that lioud Itijiue will not. bo approved KansaK Cliy Produce. Kan.sas Oily. Dec. IZ: lAPI— Icas-l at any earl pressed a favorabi suggestion made I hut a commission dale. He ex-1 assumes ev<'ry American (» opinion of the ' jjoi,|s by the Begi.«er I Prf^Went Behind Plan. lie appointed to ly and n>vanif/ ih though he thinks ili afil. ' ^mall commission raeni is cuul-e^n¥•^ uui ii »u» !,-._.„„. m— ,o •tu,-- rinillHil current ""-jplained tod;o- at lb- WTjite Housei *'^'r- t.a^hat President' Coolldge is wai^h- '^•^'^ P'^-V^^ uremium extra • at. inff it wltlr all the interc?i that he „„X.l ic " '"^*^""""* ..!,<„„ i quality. 3c. Oihor produce unchaiigf-il. I Kansas (Ily Hay. ' mat) out u road nrbarain'aiid codi-1 T'"" Presl'lent feels that the pro-j Kansas Cily. B^c. i:i. lAPl — map out u roatt P'Plfra_|^ ij,.,.ti„„ „f aviation cliaiinels be-j H.iy undiaiiged. : Rocolpts 70 c.-.rH. ween tfils country and those of [ — George Remus Turns Loose Dodge Hatred Cincinnati. Dec. 13. (API—Pent up haired againsi Frai)klin I.. Dodgle Jr.. harsh criticism of prose- lutor. Charles! P. Taft II. and a threat lo maiidamus Judge Chester It. Shook before the state jtupreiiie court were,voiced today in a vitriolic twenty miiiute addre.ss by flea. KeniuH. the former "King of Bootleggers" on trial for his life for usorcide. _• " ANNOUNCEMENTS Strayed. Lost; FoniH 10 KlIR—Brown .Martin, lost in lola Friday, valued as keepsake. Reward. Mrs. \Y. A.Thomas. Moran. Kansas. KRYS-^In leather key container. Finder plea.se leave at Register office. IX>ST— From running 'board of car: tan leather grip ,cd.ntainlng Mo. Pac. records. Return to- local ageu! and receive reward. AUCTIONS Anctlons 10A PUBLIC AUGTIO' -Public auction every.Satiirday at 1:00 o'clock at Bishop's Sales' Pavilion. PUBLIC AUCTION—1 ::40 Saturday. it acre tract, west of .Moran City I'arl:, known as part of \V. .1. Ruii>bel f:>.rm:;l "0 large licdsp (losts. J. II. -Mdare. Dwighi Smock. .-Xuctloncer. AUTOMOTIVE might be desir V«have'rro;ra.erihan -aiL »t'« aid Soulh .Vmc'rlca will be' K. ( liny By V. S. (Jrades, Kaiifius City. Dfc i:». (AP)—(U. a. DPI*'. (>( Agilrilllirrp) —Hay unchanged. t:<iO—Ipana Troubadours - k:3a—Ooodrlclt Orcheatiu: Quartet »:3»—Debate 80i.B-WOW Omaha—690 TMHl.-MuxInilllcH 7:nt)—OrclieHtrii j ' 3:i>»—Ipntin Troubndours 499.7—WOAI San Antonio—800 t:tiih ProBtam - »«fc1—KCO It. Louls--»60 7 ;r>»—Champion HparKera 7:3V—Aeullan Concert X:0i)—IiwnH Troubadbuni X:30—<^oodHch Or'heatra: Quartet i>:30—<; rand Optra ^ '• 34«.6—KVOO Tulaa—660 7:(M—Instrumental Concert 7:30—Twin riano Concert A 3:()0—Ipana Troubado|ira ^"^T* * 3iS.S—KOA Denver—920 7:30—Dinner Concert .s:JO—"ToU Me a Story" Hour 466.5—KFI Loa Anaeles-:640 S:15—RadlotorJal Period !i >:«p—SirJns Orchestra lirOO—Modern Music ', ,336.9—KNX Los Angeles—MO I 10:00—Feature Propram (2 bra.) ' ):::00—Dance Orchestraa (I bra) ' 3V.4—KOO' Oakland—780 10:00-VaudevUie —Vaf^tmnda 12:00—Dance Orcheatra 606.2—KLX Oakland—690 3:30—Dinner Concert" ]«:uo—Educational Program 11:00—Old Timers' Nlabt 491.S^K«W Portland—610 11:00—Vagabonds 12:00—snver King Revelers 464.3—KFRC San Frandaco 600 .....M ....^o...., I because of tbM "^"K™*"'*"! 'he flight and he : grcatpi- Im'Uipncp It. miglit l)e able .hdiies that It wllL be helpful in lirliiir to bear iJpou the leglsla- Htlll furihpr promoting ih« c:iusp lure. He mude It entirely <li«raviation. | —•. that ihc Stale highway commls-1 The fact that the .Mexican gov-> Kun«gs City (irain ' Mou is not fnnlsllng upon any par- ornmoni bus invited Lindbergh to Knnsus City. Dec. i:r. I tliulur type of road, jwiuting out fly to .Mexico City will lesult. .Mr.; Wheat: Rei-eiiWM; (U curs: :!lip inci ihat ill many parts of the Coidldgp liclipves. In an encourugc- ' slate a dial or itnivcl or sand roud iiiPtit by that and other govern- wlll (iiiry llif I raffle for a l<iiig' incuts lo tlie H mtli in a new inter- ilnic to conic. HP aliio cited llie est in commercial lines. 'f»I.4l': So. 2 itd. • fact iliai a vast aiuouHt of road ; ••,j,„|yV' ship carried about ::(!.-. l I work lias been done In MIP way of |^.a„o„« „f „aHolliic. compared ,o • , I«.lldlMK ciilvprrs and bringing „,„,.„ ,h;.„ 400 gallons curried' (API — 1 to 2c lower: .Vo. 2 dnik liarM. »l.:t!tW 1.B2: .Nrt. :!. $l.;l!i>-..(ft l.ir.; .Vo. 2 hard.,$l 2fi(f (i .|0»«.: So. 3. II 2l».. j ^,-0 wniTK MOTOR CO. Antomoblle AKenclea A I'SKD CAR—Is as dcpcrfidublo as tlie dealer who sells it. Doilge Sales and Service. 'HIP best pla<»- to buv good; dependable used car.'*. .VI present we have a coinplpte line of 'hot hi open and closed models, priced to* sell. Kills .Motor Co.. 211 .N'orlb WaHhinjstoii. AotofflobllM For 8ale II AUTOMOTiVE iDtomobaMlPar Sale: O. k. USED CARS—1924.Fotd'roadster: 1924 Ford touring; 1923 Ford roadster: IS22 Ford coupe; 1921. Dodge touring; 1921 Dodge roadster; 1925 Chevrolet touring; 1924: -Chevrolet touriitg: 1924 Chevrolet fou truck with grain body? t»2l Overlaiid touring; nearly new; International grain twdy for truck. Sheliy Motor Co.. 118 \V. .lacUVoh. Photie 60. • OAKI.A.\'D,— Dealers - PONTIAC '2S Oakland.coact, like neSv; '21 Oakland sport touring. llk«^ new;: '2tS Oakland! coupe; '2(> Pontuc: coach: '25 Billck fight six tpufing. fine shape; 'K Ford coupe; Foi'il roadtiter,'box on Tear; '2.'> Chevrolet touring; "21 DodRp tdnring.'i good. Sever: I other cheuper iwcd cars. Ciish. termsior trade. Holiarc Motor Co. ' 1 1P26 FORD ROADSTER-In Al ,shape. 9200.00. Will sell on time or trade for anything. Boyer Afo- tor Co.. 212 S. Jeffi Phone 2X 1926- FORD ROADSTER—Priced for quick sale, only |195.()(), We buy. sell o|- tirade. Alexander Aftto Sales; & Siipply Co., 20:! S. Washington. Ph^it^ 38S'. 1926 STUDEB^^KER SEDA.N—: Cbrvsler VSO" coupe; Fronty Ford tudor sedan: Chrysler "CO" seilan:; IMS Ford roadster; 192r. Kord se-: BAtY jcfeigif-s^U January' bridlers $110.00 w (•ami. I Quehx incubator • for'; SutiflyV^ fitfm. Bro><»ft. Jtana. ItOOSTKBS^KI Wbire .Wy »i«ottei, also Jersey: cow for sale. Phone. 942F;2. E . Harvey, tola • MgBCHANPWE COAriTlfcR WMJO.NS—Htt<>ber tir^. bed 16x:!6ln .che9. :OnIy a few leflt, special: closing out price, f5.?JS- Alleii Counti^. Implenent C^., M South Jefferson. ^ ; ' 4» R U R A^L TELEPHONBS — || watcheis. guitars, nkoleles, t^l<o*i>' accordions, smoking atancU, uliiK ware, [vlctrolas and radlog, tnia *2.-. to 5100. All make nice Chria -j] mas presents. Chiiftnoy Sweepi ^hone f90:{. SHOTC.jJX — Remington I2 -gaia{j« pump; model lO^A. nearly nfWi modified choke. 30-inch baff^,. Phofie 1796. • - - BHSIBCSS and OBc« Eqi«l9a »eai ^lHi IF YOU HAVE A D15SK—A wrller, an adding machine, a .1, register, filing cabinet or any fice furniture that you bavoatoNfii- away and would like to turn ifm- money, call'485. W'e will iuy* il.i^ , .,, ' . • . • „. or. sell it for you on a small cpnitr dan All arein good shape. We •mission. Williams Typewriter C^!: trade R"ss Arbi.ckles C.arage, ^,3 ^Vest Madfaon. Chrysler dealers. rPhone 56. P.' Auto Accessories I TIi%!*« Parts 13 USED PARTS—Big fJtoik lor most any make car. Ibla Auto Wreckr J".8_£?-_ Plioiie 7X2. TYPEWRITERS;—For sale, renrpr trade. 'Williams Typewriter Cd.,1 li:{ West Madison. 111 Foel, FeetU.Fertfllzers - £f j BUSINESS SERVICE ^- -——4 BRIOHT KAFIR FODDER— le i >wi»^i^ HoTing, Tracking, .Storage 25 die. free from burrs. Roy C.;Eid-;, wards, 2 miles east ^LaHarpe; 6tt^ cement road. 1 ^ f tALL DE.A.N TRANSFER Phon« I KAFIR FODDERJ— Ic pec bu ^fl^l. „S85. will move you by hour .ir eon-; i free from burrs. . "W. L. R <i^]l:-|: tract, with exiierlpnced men. WHEN:YDU MOVE—Or store yoar.i goods ciR Corr's Transfer. Offtiff' 140. residence 140. ' berger. 3 miles west and 2 of lola. Phone 99S-21. Hoiisehold Goods EMPLOYMENT Help Wanteil-^Fenuile Si A REAL BARGAia^—DilJing rO <»m (T; suite.-solid oak, 2 pleciea, for ooi* |50. Don't miss this. Bryson Furniture .Store. elderly willow lady. Rood lioliiti some vvaKes. I'lioiie J<ii.S .->r. wril.: Hox .">;!. Colony. Ka^.. 'at once. WA.N'TEI) AT O.N'Ci-; Ladie^ 01 rer . fincnieut KJ (;ive ail or piirt lini'? i to ;( pleasant outdoor ocriiputioii ' ill tills lily ami viiiiiitf. iiaylui} j^l.mi i.h iloiir. .Xelilrev .M "C. I*. C.i" laie llPB"'t'''-___;iJ z- ._. -' $l.::s: N.i Cio -^ti: neeeinlier $1.2ii''i.: .May liiis w-oik will couul iu ilie end "\ "7 nV" ".'l*.'"',"? • • .,1. •'>'>' •berauKP it Is providing road .beds In talk ug witli frlei.dv jt.si be-; ,5.,.,.; ,^ Mii.ou which when the time come.s I 'ln ^Hj^-rBh said 1»-,„^.,.r: .s„. •> ,vhjte. an al,l-weather surface can be laid'"'' «" K '«a '•"»"«'- -.ijc; .\o. :!. :.vJ. •vvirl.'eomparatfvely Utile expense. '» the fuel niiestlon in a ; Address ll'nmlnating. -short' flight like the hop to Mex-, ' Mr. Allen's address on the whole ^'•>: was illuminatrng and encouraging \ " Plant Dlrecl Hop. 1 ami was listeued 'to with the ut- { The filer expects to take a dire<i j most attention by one of thelarg-_air line route, to. Oarveston. Texas.:' , est audien •• • • i '.. w _i .u.. ,..»„o. ii„^i i et»t ai any Topics Club 1 car; 'i to 1<- noniiually SISi j .M-lo maize: $1.32. Kafir: $1.26f?J.2S. Rye: !i7<-. Barley: sniT/.^lc. Kansas (ity I.hestock. • ne<'. 1 .3. (AIM—(U. ces which has been pres-Uhpnee south along the coast line). .Kaasaa City. ne<'. 1 .3. (AIM—(I. meeting of the Current of the Gulf of Mexico until dawniS. Dept. of Agriculture»—Hogs: 1,1, 'v-hows him hial locatlcm. He sabl | U..-.On. market ^fIow. early trading iiing the .same topic of roads would as he found were most favorable. Hie discussed by .Mr. He.ss who is j' just before donning his heavy i not only chairman of the county ' fjylng suit, leather helmet and gog- ; board of commi."»sioners but Is also gies. Lindbergh placed In his planet former president of the State as- ... - lbs., $7.35(fi7..S5; packing sows. $6.50ifi7.40; stock Mgs. $7..=iOCTS.25. Cattle: 13.(100; calves. 2.000; fed 8:30—CecUlana (1 hr.); lu:00—Maxwell Hour •< II: 00—Sally Program \ 13:00—Dance Orcbeatra 422.3?^KPO tan Francl^^a—710 «:30^Varied Musical Proifram (2 brs.) 10:00—Atwater Kant Artlats SS4.1—WRVA Richmond-IISO -Bridge Lcs»on -rHawaiian Music ^tudlo Fiaturea CENTRAL KYV/ Chic=OB—67t) 'hamplon Bpirktr* lylvania Foresitrs 1— JSfBC Program W'CBH-WJJO Chicaop 620 •PalVner Hnuae <:>i.'hestra , 11:00—Paclflc Network Prograw^ 447.9—KPOA Soattle—«70 11:00—N. B. C. Profram' 12:00—Sliver King sevalera 346.6—KJR Seattle 160 8:30—Dance Orchestra 9:30—Concert Orcbeatra 11:00—Studio Program X3:00—Dance Orcbeatra (1 hra) 370.2—KHQ Spokan*—CIO ; 9:00—Varied Program (2 bra.) 11:00—Vagabotida IS: 00—Frolic 1 S NOTES ,1 ronm^iiltr ChrlNlmaii AJre«d7 m on 0road .Street for Kntellaln* ; ment Dc^mber S2. Pffsonal ; and Social Xews : '. (.Mrs. W. E. Paytoii.) -•cbLO .NY, Kans., Dec 13.— Mrs. E4rnl^ Y'Okum made a business trip to lola Monday. jPer^y WlHIami and Miss Carolyn Mdreland drove to Chanute 1 ^ Shndaly to: call on Marian Clark, in tbfifhb&pjtal and>found him convalescing nicely [from :i recent operation for appendicitis. Anirt Chrlsteiiberry an.I broth~ter, Llbyd.from Parsons, a •.<\ their sisterJ..Mr.sVoho. droxe to t'opekii Sunday to ivisit their moth» • In i 5i(>spillal there. Sirs. (Tbrlslciberri- Cqntlijues vety IB. 1 MrJand Mr;?. Fred Reibe \:sited Mr. F^eibe's mother at Welda Suu- •4 iisett Produce Co. tW»:^artiStrc«et,ilola Ph«i« 71^ «or Fonltry ud Efgi We irin eWB ^j atter povltoy. ^ KO<iafioa of County Commissioners. ]S[umher4 (Continued fi^om Plage One) three meat sandwiches,, and two! steers, light •^•'*'>';''nf canteen.- of Water. In addition to, supply; most early bids une%enly this nourishment he carrie«l a | lower; slaughter cows opening bulls ab4)Ut week-s supply of concentrated food, weak to 25<- lojver; Inill.s about 1 • J 1 steadv vealers' aOcftril.OO lower. The la-M maa to speakjo Llnd-! ''^">' /, • . *^ C«nir i^st'Moiiroe and Elm Sta, " I lOLA, KANSAS ^ We^^Wwit Your Poultry, Eggs • /- and Hides. iWti Prodoee^Honse Since ini & 0. GOGHIIfi; ICuutsr; day. The Reibes expect to get moved to their new location at nine Mound this week. 1 .MIKS WanltA Heater entertained a nmall party of friends, at tiarda last Friday QV(ittJng. Ligbt refreshments wer« served and tho following young folka enjoyed a flue' time: .Misses lUiea Brooks, .Nollle ami I^ulse Lawrance. ^an- ceaSwK'kard and Velma Frances .Stanford amf Kugeiie Stanaberry, Winston and Dwlgbt Pa.vton. 'Jack Denton. Robert KenT and Jeff Brooks. j-Mr. and Mt^s. A. S.'TwItchel are both quite ill and their daughter. Mrs. A. n. Het^rick, and grand daughter. Mi.ss Maetta Herrlck. are caring for thenii ' . Harry Denton; and Ed M^ill shipped a car load of cattle to-| Kansas City the, first of the week and Denton went with them. •Miss Icie Sprague is in Lfrned where she is working iu a restaur- December 22 is the date set for the Colony eouiniunity Christmas entersainmeiii ai»d the big Christmas tree is already set > up on Broad s'lrcet and small tree6 are being placed in front of the business houses. .4 niCe sum has been contributed by tlie business men for a real treat and a. fine program, which will be given at the hall, is ibeiug prepared. This is Colony's second community Chr".";'ma» entertainmeot and wlil be mad<^ an annual occasion. One of the nwst beautiful Christma^, lymns: ''Christiana Awak/C Saliite the Happy Mom." was written riiore than ISO years ago. in 1745} !by Dr; John Byrom. of Manchester, England,.! to; please bis daughier, DoNy, -,to -wbom^' lift had- iniidej a promise', to write her "sometblng tor Ch'ristmaa." seie<rt group of federal Judges, and If he remain.t there until the re-, lll-ement age of 70. th» nation will! Lindbergh had removed the pane, have the bMieflt of three decades — of his service. 1 . He goes to -the bench afU«r active connecilon for IJt years with Important lltlgailon In stale and federal courts. His first public office comes to him as a rwognl- tlon of the fUncHs he displayed for JudlcliN woi;k while acting as special master for the courts. In case.4 .,rgh before Y left -s >: T;^| l>uvlslou, ..sslstant ««=relary. o ; """^^^^^^ ^„^fl war. Who drove up Just as "?»' -v„f„p, vealera lUtf/1150 l.reparatlons for the start were be-veaiftra juwii...". liig completed. He rushed to the window of the plane, from which and thoy exchanged greetings. Mexico Ifl Preparing for Him .Sheejj; lO.OOU'; lambs. 25(^35c lower; odd lotf< sheep steady; lojf lambK. 11 .3 .15: bulk fed lots. $12.75 •eiVX: Wooled yearling wethprs, |W0.25igip .3ll. . IH'DSO.N' E.SSEX DEALlCfCS— BUICK, 1924 Touring. BillCK. 1923 FOUR TOURINC,. CHI^YSLER. i;i2C ROADSTER. CHRYSLER. 1927 COrPE. DODOB. 1922 ROADSTER. ,non(!E. 1925 ROADSTER. ESSEX. 1927 CO.VCII. ESSEX. 3 W2i;* COACHES. FORD. 2 1924 TOURI.NOS. FORD. 1933 ROADSTER. FORD. 1925 RO.ADSTER. FORD, 1934 ROADSTER. jFORD. 1926 COUPE. 1 FORD. 1923 COUPE. FORD, 1926 TOURl.N'O. IirDSON, 1927 Standard Sedan. HUDSO.V. 1927 CO.\CH. JEWETT, 1924 Touring., OVERL.A.\'D, 1925 CO.A,CH. OVERLA.VD, 1924 TOURING. OVERL.\.N'D, 1925 COUPE. STUDEBAKER, 1924 Ught Six Toui;ing. \ Ciish, Terms or Trade. ELDERLY LAI)Y-T.. Uta.y uli:, nARGALNS-In .New and Uaefl F^-, niture: 2 slightly used Coles fitttii blast lieaters, sizo l $-inch, fltf .dAl eacli; iiseil duofolds in qnactS^r«^ o:;k. wax finish. Imitation leaflUfL coveiiuB iu good condition, \i£Ji^\\\ 1 us(>d thren-plece fibre' lltflil 'c room suite, loose spring ctiabloiguir^ all in good condition, pricetl cOffi -J picte, 128.00 ; 2 large over^fCJpd' rockers used, ^tapqstry covet(&g> JiJ' and spring construction., in ' • 7i Jl fondHtonr *12.50 each; neir C •''1 ' Seal cougolpum rugs. dtsponClnited patterns, size 9x10-6. |S'.43^ Slfe --6x9. size IU9, SjxlS.' ft. i>rtnt<'il linoleum rejoinabta,^ good patterus. $9.00; 1 used ^ect trie sweeper with motoir -drtv'e^, brush. $12.5(1: splendid rtSlo ^S,' oak library tables, priced from jsino to ?io'.o(). A. R. Sleeper nif.irc Co. . • " • Hel |i^JHUtei ^.Male POUTER-Wanted at once, person. Kelley .''".'pj- • FINANCIAI, )Ioney lo Loan—.Horlgnces ; 4i) FARM AND CITY LOA.N'S—Bast rate on farms. ...city G'^. LOHJ I or short t'me. R. M. Cunningham; F.\R.M LOiANS^Quick service am) reasonable rates. D. Haw* tliorue. l .'i 'i West .Madismi. 1 jFAR.M A.N'D CITY LO.\.VS—At cur; rent rates. Liberal terms. Prompt service. Your business appreciat; ed. Call on The AUen, County Investment Co.. Kelley HoleljBldg.; lola, Kansas. 219 S. WASH. PHONE 18ft MO.N'EY TO LOA.N—Ou farms or citv property. Lowest ratci StewaiJ *.Punk. ] MOXEY TO LOAN—On real estat«y, repayable iu small nirtijitbly paxf^ ments. These loans never come dufe —better because cheaper and morfe convenient. gecurit|y Btiilding & Loan Assii.^ IsjL.Natl. Bank^ldg. F IT I' R !•: — New and second hand. IIS East Jackson. Phone :>3.. Mel W. Fuller.' . ; Xnsieal Merchandiw «t RADIO BATTERY CHAHGER— Inquire Smith's Garage. 424 North street. Phone 576. • ' Wanted—To Box I WANTED TO BUY—AH kia4e ol rattle and hogs. J. Cl Butchier.: : ROOMS AND BOARD Rooms ITiUiont Bo«r<( «t: LIVE STOCK SLEEPING ROOM—For rent, modem. 214 N. Btickeye. Phone 13-^., = Bogs. Cats, tllher Pels GERMAN POLICE PURi!—Pedl.: trrppd. 8 weeks old, priced to .^elj. C E. Keltzmati. Wheelei- llPights. Horses, Caltle. Tehlcles ^% .MILK CbW—-Mixed Jer.sey-Short- horn. giving milk; con be .sppn lit town. ShPlly .Motor Co.. 118 Went Jackson. Phone 60. ' MOM'y.POP. .Mexico City, Dec. L!. (AP)— .S'pWH of the sudden detiarture of Colonel Charles A. Llndl>ergh for .Mexico astonished officials of the - _ .Mexican government' and the of, wide public Interest as well as iJ„iH.d .Slates embassy who plunged' findnclul magnitude., quickly Into final preparations fori : Tlu' new ITiiited Stales district |||H reception. Judge Is not only a prominent "It's Just like Lindbergh," was > Kansas, lawyer, but also the son of Ithe comment heard everywhere. | a promlneut Kansas lawyer. His |"He always docs the unexpected : father, the late James McDermott.!and starts upon the spur of the! was a li>ading attorney at Winfleld.! monient when satl.«fied with con-' The father was a captain of Union {dllions." , cavalry In the Civil War and the sou was a first lieutenant in the 339th fleiil artillery iu the World War. serriug a year and a half in France. Judge McDermott was born at Winfleld. October 21. 1S.S6. and his mother.' an early resident of Jef- fer.son county, 'still .lives In that city. Hi.5 brother. Jajnes A. McDermott. formerly/jiresidiug judge of j the Kansas industrial court, is It "Jes* ain't Christmas «ith- a Winfleld lawyer. Another brother, the Rev. William F. .McDermott, lives In Chicago. Since he became a member of \ the bar, George T. .McDermott has been a law partner lof Robert Stone, until recently president of \ the Kansas Bar association and ^ former speaker of the house of. representatives. Robert L. Webb-j and Beryl R. Johnson also have :bevn associated with the newly ap-i" pointed jurist, the firm being known as Stone. .McDeriuott. Webb and Johnson. Judge .McDeiTuott was. graduated from Southwestern lollege at Win­ fleld In 191'C. Then he studied law at the University of Chicago, where he received, cum laude, the degree of doctor.of Jurisprudence In l!i09. He was a(!{mil:ted to practice in Kans^ couHs sooii after^ward. arid', faff the la^t year he ha.-^ l ««n a member of the state board of, lifw examiners which passes on qualifications of applicants for admittance to,the bai^. He inarried .Miss .Katberine Stewart of Wichita on December 2.S. isn. They have three children. Jane.,12 years old: Mary. 10. and James. 7. j The salary of a.federal judge is ,.$ia.iiaa. a .v«ar- and it' oonlinues In full upon retirement at the age of 70. , BY TAYLOR ,11 REAL ESTATE FOR R^iT/ Apartments and Flats ' 7# RENT CHEAP—Nicely • furnlah^pdi five room modern home. convBh-j lent, close in. Phoiie.554.. 1. Honses For Kent 77 HOUSE—-Nice 3 room cottage fttT-^i nlshed; or will sell on. amalli monthly payments.. Call 1268J< I HOUSE—5 rooms, partly fnadatn,[ furulfihed. Inquire 811 N. Waah-1 iDgton. AKlb viHEAJHE GAVE ME "mel RAISE HE HAD fme MEFIVE TO SAY I-.N^ON'T ASk TOR ANV MORE -TOR ANCrrWER VEflR-HOHlMAYBE ^ L WOM'T ASK FOR IT- 8bt lf= HE M THINKS THAT'S ALL LN^GONMA GETOOTA HVNV HE'S FOLL OF J\ Ml^Bim NIGHTS^— • ' • I HOUSE- Pleasant five room modr- em. double garage. Rent, %y.9.V>i ni.'r .North street. Key door 80U)AI HOUSE—Seven room moderni garir age for two'(!arH, close In. JabS: Reuther. ' J REAIi ESTATE FOR SAjBJ / Fanus aad Land For REST BARGAI.N—In Allen cottUi HI) acres adjoining good town high school and cliurches; 8 rooq^i house; barn 40x60; 60 acres t|nile»j plow. 20 acres blue grasf pasture; g.i.<t in. house; $1 ,000 cash will handle: Price o'n iippllcatlooi See it at once. The Allen County I%f vestment Co.. Kelley Hotel, BtdtfJ, lola. Kans. ' , .j WEa>L I.MPRQVED 80 At And well establiilhed filling-1 tion on main trail north'and^sot PnVe J6.600 for hot If. M. A. Scbllbl BARGAINS Duofold - -—-' Davenport _:— Gas Range Used Fei|insular ___—; Coal Heater _______—ij Coal Rangie, 6-hole -_l»20J Coal Range __ — Wood Heatei^——— - ffJ Wood Heater $6.Si|i Wood Reatfer _ $1Q.^ HENNlNGEirS i Fiimitfire L;.;-!: ..... :

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