Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1933 · Page 5
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 18, 1933
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IQLA, KANSAS THE NEWFANGLES (M<^m'n Pop) : New York, Jan.; 18. (AP)— The stock market suffered a mild sinking, spell in the late trading today, ;from whicjii it was able' to make :onIy av feeble atteAipt at rally; ^Prices were down from fractions to ;2 points' fict. Transfers totaled ,700,000 shares. ' Trading was extremely • sluggish, but prices gave, way rather easily in the last hour, after holding to 3 •narrow range in the earlier hours- Wheat and stocks again seemed td move togdther, reacting upon each other.; Price weakness in steel and •crude oil,; along with dividend uncertainties, appeared to be unset- .tling factors. Final prices were within fractions of the lowest. I Woolworth was a soft spot, off! 3 ' points at the lowest. Brokerage gossip had it that an investment trust had liquidated a block of this issue, along with national dairy, Miich dechned more than a point. .Issues showing losses of around ,a point included U.S. Steel, American tTelephone. Consolidated Gas, Santa : Fe, Union Pacific, New York Central, Johns Manville, Eastman, and Others. .The tobaccos closed about,J ; .steady, and Chesapeake & Ohio was up fractionally. Kresge sagged fractionally in sympathy with Woolworth. High Cities ;Serv 2".; • SO of Ind 2l-'| Amn Call ....... 59 'i: Amn T&T 105 Amn Tob B 63 Anaconda 7'- Atchison . :. 42's Auburn 48'i Beth Steel 15'; Case J I 45-", Chrysler ........ 14'- H Con Gas -61 Con Oil 5',. Drug Inc 35 BUT. I SMEU- . SOMETHING EJLSt IN HERE! WHAT ON EAPTH AS iTi OH,.IT MUST BE THE FuwrruPE POUSH. DON'T THE CHAMPS AND TABt-E LOOK STUNNlflG'*? J)uPont Gen Eloc .... '<5en Motors . Jnt Harv .... •|Mont Ward . .^Packard ..... 'Pennov-J C '. ^Phillips Pplr iRadio ....... iSears Roe .. •Socony Vac : Std Brands . 'so of NJ ... jTex Cpri) ... Union P:ic .. U S Steel ... ;Westingli E . 39':; 15-'H 23 13-, 91.. 27 s .5^ 5'_20"s 7\ 15's 30'\ 74--, Low • 2% 2r';: 57--i 103'i • 61.i» 7 45 14'L- 43'i 14 60',; 5U 34 38',., 15 13 "s 22', 13'., 2'i 25\ 5--'« 5', 19'i 7'.1 14-'i 30'„ •13'; 71-, 27' I 27 •;l Close 2-i 21':: 58 103'^ ei'K 7 41'» 45-H 147, 44' 14 60 ^••; 5', 34-; 38'i 15 13H . 22 '4 13\ 26 5 -N i THE loiiA DAILY REGISTER; WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 18, 1933. PAGE FIVE:" I... J. 4 IT'S EVER THUS! MY GOSH'. IM THE VES. I SPWWYED ALL? OUW CLOTHES, TG KILL. THE MOTHS OH , ett»ev<'. 1 vsnsH VOIKD SMOKE. G4GAT?ETS; .r- THAT y PIPE. SMELUS UP THE By Cowan HOUSE rOv ^^-^ol TF/-ILLIAM HOWARD TAFT is . the only man to hold the two hiphdst public offices in t'ne United States. He was President and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. A PAWX is used in the Kanie of CHESS. "E PLURIBUS VXUM" means "ONE OUT OP JMANY;" HUMBOLDT NEWS Members of I. jO; O. F. and Their Wives Spend Social Evening with Banquet 'and Program., i LOCAL PRODUCE. Eggs, firsts • •: Eggs, seconds Eggs, thirds : : .^Eggs. ungraded Hens, No. 1 -. 'Hens. No. 2 -No. 1 Springs, 1,'i lbs., up . ,No. 2 Springs -Capons ovrr 0 lbs Caiio.ns. -over P lbs. •Caiwns. over 7 Ib.s. . .• Capons, under 7 lbs... .Slips Butterfat. lb , : Stags.'lb. : Cocks : Qecse, lb. . . Guineus, each ^mce. x>uc.ks, lb ...4c Colored Ducks, .b ...30 .irides. per lb. Ic HUMBOLDT,: Kas.. Jan. 17.—The regular chapel ; assembly was held ! Tuesd^^ morning in the high school 5 « ; auditorium, with Prof. A. J. Truel^'J" blood, principal, in-charge of the devotional e.xerclses: following which. 15 he introduced Miss Beth Webb ais .3"'' announcer of the following pro-r 13'^ lyram: Pi-ano solo, Dorothy Barrick- ''2'i I low; . paper. Frances Doty; piano 27'i jtrio. Marjorie Steams, Juanita Bry- 28 I an and Doris Kent. Only a few visitors, were present. /ibont twenty yofing ladies, members of the Junior B-Natural club nf Humboldt, assembled at the Hess drug store Tuesday evening, and after marshaling their forces —proceeded in autos to lola, later forming a line party tO; attend the pic- it urc show there. They returned at a late hour, all reporting a most enjoyable evening spent. The members of the Odd Fellow.^ lodge and tlieir wives gathered in large number:s Tuesday evening in the rooms of the I. O. O. F. hall, for a banquet and social fellow- shin night. A short business meoL- y ^ji ing was held, followed by an inter- JQgij e.sting program—in which quite a nunber of the members took part. ..13c ..10c I ...8c i ..Ucl ...8c ...5c ...6c! 4c ..lie I •• ^'--\ ........ Ic' 6c 4c ...15c 4c •...3ci| CITY, Jan. 18 — Jack McGrew Visited iSaturday at the Holten home. « . , Mr. and Mrs. J! -W. Lower and daughter, Wanda, and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. cral of afirr-whicii a bountiful spread of good cats was partaken of. The iTuesday on business. Carmain attended the fim- C. D. Banks, which was held Saturday at Lone Elift. Burial was in I the Colony cemetery. A riumber of years ago, the late Mr. B^^s lived in Salem district, south of^^ij^s' City, .where he toad a host of-mends. Mrs. |John Applegate, of Carlyle, spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs.l John Ewing. Mr. and Mrs. John Boyer wei^ visitors Tuesday in East Gas at the Shipley; home. ,The local W. C. T. U. met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dora White. The meeting was presided oyer by the president, Mrs. A. F. Holten. After singing "Lead On, O King Eternal." and "Observance and Enforcement,"' devotionals were led by Mrs. Sherman Dickerson. RoU- [call was responded to with readings taken from prohibition papers. After the business session, a reading, "Where There's Drink. There's Danger." was given by Mrs! Dickferson, and a talk on "Advance, Not Retreat." was given by Mrs. Edward Russell, The meeting was clo.sed with singing- Refre.shments were .served by the Quite a number from here attend* ed the funeral of James M. Rowden in lola Monday afternoon. Mr. Rowden operated the blacksmith shop here for a number of years and was well known in this community. Mi-.s. Elizabeth Odcll and Mrs. Lucy Cornell'visited Saturday with their daughter and sister, Mrs. John Bowers, who is at St. John's hospital for treatment. Mrs. Bo.wers retijrn- cd to her home in Broilson Sunday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams and family motored to Red field Sunday where they visited relatives. Rov. and Mrs. G. A. Merryman and daugliier. Elma. of near Geneva visited Monday evening at the heme of Mr. and Mrs."Joe Brundage. / A. F. Holten and .son FJoyd Holten metered to M;;rmaton and Ft. Scott The hoiise on Mixed 0. n: bu. bellow Corn. b ;i. . .,•. Wheat, bu fcifir Corn. ..Lie .. IHr. ..28c ..140 kan'^as City I'roduco. Kan.'ijis Ci'y..Jan. 18. i.'\Pi—Pro- jducc unchimfjcd. (API- Kansas City lla.v. ••, -Kan.siis .City. Mo.. Jan. 18 ;Hay. 17 rni's, : •:AUair;i-Nn, 1 r:-;lra lenlv. $12.50f( •]5.,'')0: No. 2 511,5012,00:-, No. 1 $9.50 •''i 11.00; No'. 2 leafy $8.56i?'9,50. / : Kansas City Grain. :• Kansas City. Jan. 18. CAP)- ^•ivheat..72 cars; unchanged to -'i ?down; No. 2 dark hard, nom 41"j- gathoring broke up at a lute hour all expressing thcpi.selvcs as h.tving spent a delightful evening. , Jcs.^c VanNice, who is employed .It the Ottawa'Junction lower, v.-ii.^ homo Tue.sdaj for a fev; hour;-, rc- tuniiiig the same evening, to his duties rit the junction railroad lower. The Bethany ciass of the Presbyterian Sunday .sciiool, plan to liave a supper and program in the basement of the church. Thui'.sday evening. January 19. Mrs. W. B: Glover, teacher of the for many years, and who has been quite ill of l.-^.te—is anticipating bciitg with her class for this special occa.sion. Einest Towles of Central street, janitor of the Presbyterian church, who has been seriously sick the NO Gn^n 4 ..-s' 2 hart ' "^^^ ^"^'^ '"'"''^''^ ^° ^2l',^«S; Na -A\-W::No:iiS..-n"""Wy improved at time ol writ:^4 ''i; No. 3. nnni 41-47. Close: May j40-'v:. July 40 --1 : Sept. 41 •'•s. ; Com: in cms: unchanged; No. 2 .'-vhiie. nom 22',-22'',: No. 3. nom ^:il'.-21 ,: ND, 2 yellow 22'^: No; 3. :vionv 21' -21',: No. 2 mixed, nom >S2-22' •; No, 3. ufim 21',-21"',. Close; %liy 2:r, ; JulV;24-v, Out;;: No receiiiLs; down '-; No. 2 f-xhWf. no:ii IT-H'.-: No. 3, nom 17;|7'..: No. 3 l(i.: Miio in'ui/e. s;!, ' i r Kilflr. honi 311-44, • Rye. Jiom 34-34'•. f. Barley, iioiif 21fl-24, • v '.' K. <". Livestock tipse. {Kansas City. Jan. 18. 'AP)—GatHie: fat cows dull, weak to moistly -25 lower; other classes mostly sleadV: COWS'; good. 2,35-75. I'v Sheep; closing .stronp; top wodled •lambs 5,75; choice clipped 'lambs 5.60; other sales'5,25-50, Hogs: unchanged. :Estimated livestock receipts for tomorrow; Qattle 2,500; hogs 6.000; sheep 4.000. ' . , : Jnim Loser Jr.. small son of Mr and-Mrs. By.-on Loser of North 12tli street, w'no has been quite sic',: for more than a v.eck, is much ixtte,' a', tliis dole. the Holten farm at Marmaton was ccmjiletely desiro.vcd by fire Friday aflernoon. Miss Dorothy Atkin.son si)ent the weekend in Humboldt with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Atkinson. • Sproul brothers have completed the moving of the building 'which was recently purchasdd by Edward Russell to bo used as an additiibn to the Rus.sell hatchery, j Mr. 'and Mrs. Perry; Abbott and grandson. Joe Brundage Jr., Albert Lynn Brundage and Victor Carl Perkins motored to Neodesha Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs; Fannie McNutt accompanied them home to spend the winter here. Mrs. Abbott is a daughter of Mrs. McNutt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steele and two sens and Miss Hazel Seittlemeyer. of lola. were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fr,ank NogI.e. The Rythm RoUickers will broadcast from radio station KGGP, Cof teyville. from 8 to 8:30 Saturday evening, Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Dickerson spent Tuesday evening in lola. Mrs. Lucy Cornell and Mrs. Joe Brundage and little son LaRue spent Grandma .Manhattan — Tlie 1933 football schedule of Kansas State was increased to nine games yesterday Tuesday afternoon with vvitli the decision to meet Texas Holten, Tech next Thanksgiving day at Mr. and Mrs. Prank Noglc nccom- Lubbock, Texas. It will mark the panied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steele of iirsl grid meeting of the two schools. Tola to LaHarpe Tuesday evening. TEAMED IN "THE HALF-NAKED TRUTH' LEGAL Lupe Velez takes orders from Lee Tracy, her djmamlc press agent in RKO Radio's rapid-fire comedy drama, "The Ha;lf Naked Truth" coming to the Kelley theater Thursday and Friday. LEGAL (Pu-st pubUshed in the lola Daily Register, January 18, 1933.) SHEEIFF'S SALE In the District Court of Allen County, Kansas. H. Earl ElUott, plaintiff, vs. George Bi-oughton and Rose Broughton, his wife, defendants. 'By virtue of an Order of Sale, without appraisement to me directed and delievered, issued out of the Thirty-Seventh Judicial 'District of the State of Kanshs. sitting in and for jAllen County in- said: state; wherein the parties above riamed were respectively plaintiff and defendants, I will on the 20th day of February. 1933, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day. at the! south front door of the Court house in lola in said County and- Statei LEGAL 'First published in the lola Daily Register, January 18, 1933.) SHERIFF'S SALE The state of Kansas, Allen County, ss. In the District Court, Thirty- Seventh Judicial District. Sitting in and, for Allen County, State of ' Case No. 17186 Cl'.a'i;. W. Bowlus. plaintiff, vs. George W. Baker,, defendant. Ky virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of the Thirty- Seventh Judidial District Court, iii and for Allen County, State of Kansas, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and delivered, I will on 111.- .20th day of Februai->-, A. D., 1033, at 10 o'clock, a. m. of s-a.iu d-ay, at the south front door of the court liouse in the City of lola. Allen County. State of Kansas, offer for aforesaid, offer at public sale and scribed real property- situated in Allen County, Kansas, to-wlt: .All that part of the Northwest | Quarter (NW. ' i) of Section Tw'onty:^one (21)' Township Twenty-five (25), Range Twenty-one (21) lying West of the Middle Hedge running North and South through said Quarter Section: containing ninfety acres more or less, said property to be sold as commanded by the Order of Sale without Appraisement and in pursuance of the judgment in the above entitled cause. Given under my hand and seal this 18th day of January, 1933. BUD HURLEY, Sheriff of i Allen County. By Otis Lambeth, Undersheriff. L. H. Cable, Attorney for Plaintiff.'!j (l)-18-25 (2)-l}-8-15 ; Flying Marines Back From Nicaragua Kansas City Livcstoik. , TCansaSjCity. Jan. 18. (AP)—(U. S. D. A.)—Bogs: 6,500; 560 direct; uneven, steady to 10 lower, early top 3,10 on cfaoice 190-200 lbs;; good and choice. I4I0-35O lbs.. 2.60-3.10; packing SOWS. 275-550 lbs.. 1.85-2.40; stock jigs, good and choice. 70-130 lbs., .2i50^75. • • I JiCattlc. 5.000;- calves, 400: kUUng classes opening slow, steady to Weak; stockers and feeders unchanged; short loads-802 lb. mixed vearUngs 6.00; steers, , good and choice. 550-1500 lbs.. 4.00-6:75; com- nion and medium. 550 lbs. up. ,3.00- 5J0O; heifers, good and choice, 550900 lbs.. 4^5-6.25; cows. good. 2.50- 3.0C;, vealers imilkfed) medium to ctioice, 2.50-6.00; stocker and feeder stbers. good and choice 4.00-5.75. ^heep: 5.000; killing classes fairly active, steady: early top fed lambs 5.75; some held higher; lambs, good and choice (xr90 ib.s, down. 5.35-85; good and choice (xi 90-98 lbs.. 5;2575- e 'A 'cs. good and clioice. 90-150 -lbs.. 1.50-2.25. -;is>—Quotations and wethers. based on ewes where Mr. Steele is directing the singing in the evangelistic services which arc being held in the Christian church. Mrs. J. M. Mason of South Gas is steadily recovering from her recent Illness. • 1 ; - TJie M. B. Church prayer meeting will be held at 7:30 Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Goble, East Gas. for cash in hand, the following described real estate, to-wit: The South West Quarter of Section Thirteen n3i. Township Twenty-five (25). Range Eighteen (18), containing l<i(' acres more ot less. Ako the Northwest Quarter of the North West Quarter, and the East Half of th? North West Quarter of Sectioii Twenty-two (22), Township Twenty-five (25), Range Eighteen <18), one himdred twenty acres, less railroad right-of-way. Also the West Half of the South West Quarter and the Northeast Quarter of (he South West Quarter of Section Twenty-one (21), Township Twenty-five (25). Range Eighteen (18), containing 120 acres, Allen Cbimty, Kansn."-. Sal(i lands and tenements will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. BUD HURLEY. Sheriff of Allen County, Kansas. By Otis Lambeth. Undersheriff. Sheriffs office, lola, Kansas, Jannary 16th, 1933. ' Apt & Enfield, Attorneys for Plnintlff. (])-10r25 i2 )-l -8 -l.'"> You probably have something you want to .sell and the best way to, let the people know about it is through Register Classified Ads. (First published in the lola Daily Register, Janijary 18. 1933.) SHJSRIFF'S SALE The State of Kaxisas, Allen County, ss.' In the District Court, Thirty- Seventh Judicial District, Sitting In and for Allen Courity, State of Kansas. Case No. 17142 Allen.County State Bank, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. lola Lodge No. 43, Knights o£ Pythias, et al., defendants. Sy virtue; of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of the Thuty- Seventh Jiidicial District Court, in and for Allen County, State bf Kansas, in the a'bove entitled cause, and to me dhrected and delivered, I will on the 20th day' of February, A. D., 1933, at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day, at the south front door of the court hoise in the City, of Ida, Allen County, State of ICansas, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following described real estate, to-wit; [ All that part of the property which is loct^ed above the second joist of the bnck and stone building situated on Lots One and the South Half of Lots Two in Block 59, In the City of lola, Allen County, Kansas, together with the stairways, and seven leet of ground foi: back stairway on south side, of said building located in the rear of ?aid building on the south, side thereof,-known and heretofore described as A. O. U. W. Kail, Allen Goimty, Kansas. Said,lands and tenements will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. ' BUD HURLEY, Sheriff of Allen County, Kansas. By Otis Ijirabeth, "Undersheriff. Sheriff's office, lola, Kansas, Jan- uaiT 16th, 1933. Apt & Enlicld, Attorneys for Plaintiff.(l)-18-25 (21-1-8-15 (First Published in The lola Daily Register January 4, 1933.) SHERIFFS SALE State of Kansas, Allen. County, ss. In the District Court, Thirty- SeVenth Judicial District, Sitting in and for Allen County, State of Kansas. > ' The Union Central Life Insurance Company, a corporation. Plaintiff, ys. Georgia E. Hamilton. Jesse A. Hamilton and Gale West, Defendants. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of the Thlrty- Se\'enth Judicial District Court, in and for Allen County, State of Kansas, in the above entitled cause, an(l to me directed and delivered, I will on the 6th day pf February, A. D.. 1833, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the south!door of the court house in the City of lola, Allen County, Statb of Kansas, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following described real estate, to-wit: The Southeast Quarter (M) of the Southwest Quarter ) of Section Twenty-two (22), and the ~ West Half.(>4J of the North West Quarter (M) of Sertion Twenty- seven (27); All in. Township Twenty-five (25) South, of Range Twenty-one (21) East of the Sixth P. M.,j containing 120 acres, more or less; Allen County, Kansas. Said lands and tenements will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. , „ BUD HURLEY, Sheriff of Allen County, Kas. By Otis Lambeth, Undersheriff. Sheriff 's December , C. J. Ida, Kansas, Office. 30, 1933. Sloop, Attorney for Plaintiff. (1) 4-11-18-25 (2) 1. , I The marines have' landed -Tback home—as this picture shows. For Lieu—[ :—— tenant William Lemly. seen being greeted by his wife and young son, is Have you„a for rent? Or | ^^^^ of the 60 Marine flying oJBcere who ne-,v bnck to Wa.shinsrton after for .sale?. Want to, buy anvthmg»i , , ^ • Use the Clas-silled columns! 1 extended roi -nee m Nicaragua. . LEGAL (First Published In The Ida Dally Register December 14, 1932.) NOTICE. Cap Hair, sentenced August 3, 1923, from Allen County for Rape, w^ill present his application for a parole to the Board of Adgrinistra-^ tion. at their next regular meeting held at Lansing, Kansas, February,, 7, 1933. Petitioner: CAP HAIR. (12) 14-21-28 (1) 4-11-18. (First published in the Ida Daily Register, the ofBcial paper of Ida, Alien Coutny, Kansas, January 18, 1933.) GENERAL ORDIN.*NCE No. 1130. An Ordinahce relating to , the ere(:tion Of banners, signs, advertising, structures and obstructions across, over and upon the streets, avenues and alleys of the City of Ida, Kansas. BE IT ORDAINED. By the Board of Commissioners of the City of Ida, Kansas: Section 1.- That it shall be unlawful for any person, persons, firm or corporation hereafter to erect, maintain, place or fix any banner,' sign, advertising, stru :ture or, obstruction across, over or upon any street, avenue or alley of said city; Section II. Provided that upon any] holiday or other occasion banners, electric lights, or other decorations of a general and public nature may be erected across and over any; of the streets, avepues and alleys of said city by obtaining from the: Chief of Police of said city a permit therefor, which | permit shall specifiy the purpose of{ the decoration- and the time for which said decorations are to remain. Section III. Any person, firm or corporaition, who shall violate any of the provisions of this ordinance, upon conviction shall I be fined in any:sum not less than $1.00, nor more than $100.00," for the first offense, and for the second and sub- seqiient offenses, upon conviction shall be punished by ^ fine of not less 'than $10.00, and not more than $100,00, and may be . cijimmitted to jail until such fine and the costs are paid. j . , This ordinance shall'be, in full force and effect from ^nd after ten days from its publication in the >of- ficiai paper of said citjj. Pi^ed and approved this the 17th day of January, 1933. | (Seal) H. HOBART, Mayor. Attenst: T..E. Slianahari. City Clerk. ' , GENUINE PARTS and skilled mechanics—With sixteen years satisfactpry service in .lola, ASSURE YOU of the best and mosll dependable results, ROSS ARBUCKIE GAI^fiE CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTII Sales—Service—Parts AUTOMOTIVE Antomobiles For Sale THE CHEVROLET DEALER HAS THE BEST USED CARS' IN TOWN new (First Published in The Ida Daily Register December. 21, 1932.) SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. In the District Court, Thirty- Seventh Judicial District, Sitting In and for Allen County, State of Kansas. • i Case No. 17220. The Union Centlral Life Insurance Company;,a corporation. Plaintiff vs. Francis B. Murdoch, Minnie,- L. Murdoch, and The Humphrey Investment Company, a corporation. Defendants. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of the. Thirty- Seventh. Judicial Distribt Court, in and for Allen County, State of Kansas, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and dellVered, I will on the 23rd day of January, A. D., of said day, !of the court 1933, at 10 o'clock A; M. at the south front door house In the City of ' Ida, Allen County, State of Kansas, offer for sale and spll to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the loUowing described real estate, to-wlt: North Half (',•,) of Lot Five (5) and all of Lot Six (6), Block One Hundred Four (104)! of the City of Ida, Kansas, as showri by the Orighial Recorded Plat thereof; Allen County, Kansas. Said landjs and tenements will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. , BUD HURLEY, Sheriff of Allen Coimty, Kas. By Otis Lambeth, Undersheiljk Sheriff's Office, lola, Kans^ December 19, 1932. C. J. Sloop, Attorney for Plaintiff. The night has a thousand eyes. And.the day but one; Yet the light of the whole world dies With the dying sun. The mind has a thousand eyes. And the heart is but one; Yet the Ught of a .-whole life^ dies When love is donp. —Francis W. Bourdilloh. ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions PUBLIC SALE—Tuesday, Jan. 24, 1 . p. m., 7 mi. north LaHarpe. 7 mi. S. E. Colony. Cattle, horses, hogs, chickens, feed, implements, fumi- ture. Ray Snider. • Fersonab OLD MAGAZINES and bpdks wanted. When moving or cleaning house give them tp the Ida Pub- Uc Library. Phone 1405 or 382 and wfi will eet them Strayed, Lost, Fptmd i $10 BILL—Lost." Finder please re' turn to owner. Bill Davis, porter ' at Portland Hotel. Reward. AUTOMOTIVE 6 Anto Acces $ories, Tiresj, Parts 1927 CHEVROtiET PARTS —For .-.ale. R. B. Ahderr.on, lOOl Eaat street. 1932 Chev. Sport Sedan, likej 1929 Chev. Panel Delivery 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Chevrolet Coupe 1927 Chrysler Roadster 1929 IJodge Sedan 1929 Dodge Sedan 1929 Essex Coupe 1931 Ford Truck, long wheelbase 1930 Ford Coupe 1929 Ford Thick . 1929 Hudson Sedan 1928 Pontiac Sedan 1S28 Pontiac Coach 1928 Hup 8 Coupe 1929 Whippet Coach Plenty of Other Bafgalni BUD WHITE MOTOR CO, SALES : SE^E Piym^ufh- DeJDendable Used Cars and Ti ucRs ELLIS MOTOR CQ. Phone 301 Cash—Trade—Termsi PONTIAC - BUICK GOOD WILL USED CAR! SHELLY MOTOR CO. Authorized Buick-Pontiaq 214 N. Jefferson—Pho. 8q RepalringTrGarafes BATTERY Recharging, 50c. Garage. kdeil EMPLOYMENT 15 Situations Wanted—Fem^ HOUSEKEEPING wanted by ironi- ; ah 39. Mrs. NeUie Reed, Ge|ier$I, ; DeUvcry, Moran, Kas. WANTED—Work of any kind, tiy • hour, day or week; wasljiings wanted. Inquire 430 N. Cheqtnut. LIVE STOCK 21 Horses, Cattle, Vehlclesj CfOWS --Just fresh, and cows to 'freshen soon. iStreet iroad. J. C. Butcher, tWe^t MERCHANDISE 24 Abides For Sale BATTERIES — Guaranteed, ii.9k Ideal Garage. j . MOTOR OIL—-BOc gal.; 5 gal., If2.ia Ideal Garage. Phone 174. 26] Farm and Dairy Irrodocta •FLOUR—Fully guaranteed, 48 65c. Brownie's, and Eggs. Cream, Poultrj 27 ; Feed, Fuel. FertiUxers PRAIRIE HAY—Baled, $3 per tort; '26:Dodge 4-door. Ida Auto Wrecking. Phone 782. IWOOD—$150 per rank, greerl dry, delivered any time. Phopt feownle's. • 2« Household Goods NEW SHIPMENT of Felt Base I'locn: I Covering; 8x12, $4.76; yard g wdfl, 35c a sti. yii. Term's. Free dell rery'. % H. Wood Fine Furniture.! UBgD SEWING MACHINES ^i >2.5*) HR. Hennlnger's Pumlturo Storit. I'URNITURE. Rugs arid Stbvea i less. Curtis Furniture, 10 N. Vi USED STO'VES and Furniture. Storfe Lpacked. Hennlnger's Fum. Btorg. lbs., Machinery and Tools 1 GOOD USfeD No. 3 McCornflck*- f . Deerlng Primro .se cream separatoit,' $25; 1 No. 3 McCormick -DeeHng • seRarator, like new, $50.00. .^len ; Coimty Implement Co. 30 Musical, Radio iNEW AND USED RADIOS—$^3.5() I iip .1 Hennlnger's Furniture Sttorel ROOMS FOR RENT^ 33 Rooms ATTRACTIVE sleeping room, home privileges, close in, reasonable. Sotith Sycainore. 1215 Keal Estate For Rent 35 i Business Places For ^nt FOR RENT 1 OR LEASE—BaAel' shop, 2 chairs complete.; Can at 809 East str^t after_6 p.j_m. 36 Farms and I,and For Bent 240 ACRES-^Well improved, for rent or exchange for smaller fa -m. ^ E. S. Stratton, CSeneva, Kas. 37 Houses For Bent FOR RENT—Houses, good locatibn.i See G. E. Pees. 38 Wanted—To Rent WANTED—Furnished house, miist he nice and cheap rent. Phone • ,880J. Real Estate For Sale 40 Farms and Land For Sale FOR jSALE OR RENT-^0 acres near Humboldt; iquarter sectlbn near- lola. R. M. Cunningham.! 41 Houses For Sale SUBURBAN—Five acres, lmprov< d. near Country Club, Ida Land Co. r

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