Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 21, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, January 21, 1933
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I- ^ TOLA; KANSAS ' i • "ttelrtlsa RbTjertson arrh*'d i yesterday, from th6 Emporia teachers college j to spend the mld-scmes- ter vacatidn with her parents, Mr^ and Mrs. E. R. Robertson. .' Mrs. Hepry Aspoas of Sullivan, i Mo., is vliiiting her mother, Mrs. Effle 'Cookj and her brother, E. B. Cook, and his' family. FAIKMONT'S Pasteurized Milk "Health In Every Bottle" The: finyor is particularly dc- )iciou.% Children prefer it. Akk yo^r grocer or phone 91 ^ jr. J. Mr. and JMi-s. Ralph Parsons and their daughter Patricia Ann, of . Yates Center, will be guests Sunday of Mrs. Pareons's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Warford, and of her brother Cliirence Warford and his family.; ] —Dr. D. D. DeNecn, Surgery, , GynecoIOgj^ and T.TB. Phones: Office ,429; Residence 956P12. Office, over Ramsays. ' ^ Mrs. D. 'G. Mlnesinger, who has been the guest of^^Mr. and Mrs. H. \ G. Ridgway, returned I'liursday to ••• her home in Winfield. BIBLE^ AND ALL bOOKS ONE-HALF PRICE! Come;in and look around Yoir may find it here FR.\NCIS DRUG STORE Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wood will bs dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs- Will rGreives, who hve north of town. : ^ i ' —Studio Couches. Day Beds, Quality Mattresses for less. Curtis Furn. Fred Ellis, of Neosho Falls, who underwent'an operation for the removal of his appendix a week, ago at St. John's hospital, was taken to the home o;f his uncle and aunt, Mr.- and Mrs. Fiank Ellis, today. - F. M. HUmmiston will spend Sunday at Kincaid as the gUcst of his daughter, Mrs. Junior Marsh and "her family.- Any Suit, Dross. Overcoat or Hat Gleaned: and Pressed 50c It takes skilled workers and good equipment to give a well finished: job. We have both. ABLESON CLEANERS • Phone i 105 Mrs. Logan Hurisaker, who has been quite Mil thb past nine weeks, is resting a little easier today, according to her;mother Mi-s.- J. W. Peters;' Mr. and ' Mrs. Floyd M. Hunter. ^ went to Kansas City this morning on busincisg. Tliey will return to' night:. i ^ • —Living '.Room Suites, new and .slightly" usdd. Wc trdde. Curtis'. Arthur R.,Muri)hy returned this noon from ^Rochester. Minn.,- where lie underwent a serious operation about three^weeks ago at St. Mary's hospital and' is feeling much im. proved. •• Notice i)f Primary Election. '' —To thC' voters of the City of -_Iola. Kansas, and School District number ten: You are hereby notified that a!Primary Election will be held in the City of lola, Kansas, on the mh day of March. 1933r for the purpose of hominlating the following officials: , - . • One Candidate for Commissioner of Finance and Revenue. One Candidate for Treasurer of Board of Education. Three Candidates for Member of ^ Board of' Education. ; T. E. SHANAHAN. City Clerk. Mr. and Mrs. G. 'O. Reeves, who have been guests of Mrs. Maude Love and of Mr. and Mi-s. J. C. In-man,; returned Wednesday evening to their home in Lone Elm: Mrs. Reeves is a'sister of Mrs. Love and of Mr. Inihan. FRANCIS DRUG STORE BANKRUPT SALE' NOW ON! 1 EVERYTHING GOES ONE-HALF PRICE OR LESS The South Side Bible class met yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs.: E. N. Willett with Mrs. Ila Watson in charge of the lesson. Fourteen nienibefs were present. The next 'meeting will again be held in the hohie/of Mrs. E. N. Wil- Iptt next Friday afternoon. W. W. Banks returned this morning to his home in Hiawatha after an overnight visit With Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Gladd. ^ : MENU FOR SUNDAY DINNER cream of belery Soup New England Baked Goose, Potato Stuffing r Glblet Sauce Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy ; Roast Leg of Pork. Apple Sauce Prime Ribs of Beef Au Juss Cranberry Jelly : Escalloped Oysters, Radish Roses Sugar Peas In Potato Cases Hot Biscuits Lemon Chiffon Pie 25 Cents and 35 dents Meek's i POLLY ANN CAFE Mrs. Alma Smith arrived Friday from Ponca City, Okla., to be with her sister, Mrs. R. R. (Robertson, who is ill. —For mail subscriptions or want ads for the Kansas City Star call H. J. Henderson. Phone 1161. Mr. and Mi-s. Harry J. Fulton have returned from a few days' stay In Kansas City. Any Garment Cleaned and Pressed _—50c: . Hats, Cleaned and Blocked 50c . We guarantee our work regardless of price lOLA LAUNDRY 102 E. Jackson—Phone 102 Mrs. O. L. Whltaker wajs quite badly bruised In a fall which she sustained at the office of Judjge Whltaker this inornlng. Mrs. fe. 'H. Andrews arrived Friday from Kansas City ta spend the week-end with Mr. Andrews, proprietor of the Andrews and Son store. —Maude McKinney — Insurance, Public Stenographer, and Notary Public. Phone 757. Mrs. Leroy Goodnough and her young son of Chanute were" guests Thursday of Mrs. Goodnough's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Grant. Ed Hunter pf Parsons visited Friday morning with his father, J. E. (Hunter, and his sister, Mrs. W. E. Dulhisky and her family. Dance! Dance! Dance! M. W. A. HALL Saturday, January 21 Music by Imperials Admission—50c THE IF. GRENNAN PRCfDUCE CO. Ci o;, COGHILL, Manager POULTRY AND EGGS Egg Cases and Supplies rOld and Reliable—Established 1911 Comer Monroe and Elm (Just West of the Water "Tower) Ring and Pinion • i ; ^ GEARS: : DEEP duTPRICpS Ford t 1918-^6, set ...i..S2.50 Ford A 1925-31, set ;S5.95 pontiftc ISZeis, set--. S5JJ5 ANDras & m lola, i. Wasiiington Ghannte, 215 East Main Miss Dorothy Hillbrant. 15-year-" old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hillbrant, was reported today by her aunt, Mrs. Otto Hillbrant to be somewhat improved following a major operation In St. John's hospital last Sunday morning.' OPEN TONIGHT Everything Goes ]{• Price or Less! FRANC;IS DRUG STORE Miss Mildred Hurlock, cashier for the Kelley Coffee shop, is .Dl with the flu. Miss Beatrice Metzlnger is assisting In the office during Miss Hurlock's; absence. Fred Davis of Elk CSty and Don Davis of Neodesha. are spending the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis. . NEW SHIPMENT • TaWe Top Odin Beauty Ranges ' Now $49.50! Insulated. Latest colors and designs Easy Terms—Free Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Mrs. W. F. E. Krause. who has been ill with influenza since Wednesday, is somewhat improved, her daughter Mrs. C. A. Reid said today. ' OUR CLEANING SALE Will Continue Two Days lipnger Atiy^ Garment Cleaned and Pressed _—50c-i— SPOTLESS CLEANERS 111 W. Mad.—Phone 797 E. H. Andrews, proprietor of the Andrews and Son store, was in Chanute and Parsons B^iday on business. - . V The condition of Jess Howard, proprietor of the Howard. Shoe and Bicycle shop, who has been quite ill the past few months, remains about the same. We'^are using the NEW LOW LABOR SCHEDULE Suggested by Ford Motor Company.. Prices reduced 20% iO% MCCARTHY MOTOR CO. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Weatherby and their daughter Uteva arrived today from Xenia to be guests. of Mrs. wSatherby's aunt dnd jincle, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Long. —Truly personal attention is given each call. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKinney and their childreni moved to 510 North street Friday from their former residence 15 North Sycamore. , A. R. Lawson, who has been! manager: of the local Safeway market for the past year and a half, has be^h transferred as manager of a Safeway market in Kansas City, leaving Wednesday, for that place. His famUy will: jota him, later. G. W. Flummerfelt of Springfield has taken cal Hays—Views' on current problems were expressed by farmers and business men of the sixth district here yesterday at a conference called by Miss Kathryn CLaughlln, the first woman., to be elected to the house of representatives from Kansas. PreiDaring to take up the duties of the office. Miss O'Laughlin invited farm and business leaders to [.attend In order that she might ascertain theh- wishes with regard to the tarlif, farm relief, mortgages and currency inflation. Nearly every county of the 26 in the district was represented. over the management of the lo- market. -i • They're Stood the test of Time Established 1906 Williams MonoiBent Works 301 So. Wash. lolft, Kas. Mrs. W. H. Wood and Miss Dorb- thy Hair were in Humboldt today on business. Mr, and Mrs. W. P. Hplden will arrive the first of next week from Sterling. Colo., for an extended vis- It with their son Roy W. Reed and his family. : DON'T WAIT!! HURRY!! - —To— ; FRANCIS DRUG STORE Thousands, of Bargains Now! A chicken house, located on the J. S. Reed farm, southeast of town, was partly demolished TTiursday by the wind storm. The loss was covered; by Insurance. Mr. and Mrs. Killian Ulses and their son Ervln, who reside norths, west of Colony, visited today with Mr. Ulses's, brother John Ulses and Mrs. iUlses. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mi-s. R. S. Collins returned Friday afternoon to her home In Topeka after; an over-rilght visit with Miss Annii Spain. • Mrs. Fred Hlnes of Elsmore .underwent a; major operation 'this morning at St. John's hospital. MODERN GARAGE Completely Equipped General Repair Oiling- and Greasing Car Washing General Tires and Repair , SHELLY M O I T OB CO. 214 N. Jeff.-^Phone 80 Mrs. W. T. Lewis and [ her son Rex left today for Otta^'a where Rex will undergo an oiwratlon on his eye. | Mr. and Mrs. W. E. pliphant had as their guests Thursday Mrs. Marie Smith and her childi-en Jack and Mel Marie of Neodesha< Miss Gertrude Foster of Moreliead,'. and, Louis Rexford of Avant, Okla. HUMBOLDT NEWS Amigo Club E^itertained at Home of Miss LiiUan Johnson Southeast of ttumboiat Thursday. KANSAS BRIjEFS (By tl^e Associated Press) HUMBOLDT, Jan. 20.—Mr. Pettingill of lola, according to a reliable report, is considering opening a jewelry repair shop in Humboldt. Mrs. Prank WlUenburg; Humboldt, has gone to Freeman, Mo., for a visit with friends. George E. Dell and H. C. Macey of the fum of Fraser, Dell & Co., are here to audit the books of the Monarch cement company. Mrs.: J. B. FUnt of North Twelfth street entertained the Entre Nous club at her home Thursday afternoon. The AmericaiTTSfion is giving an entertainment for aP ex-service men and their wives at! the Legion hall next Monday eveiung, January 23. A cordial invItatlon-IB extended to all. • i • It Is reliably reported that there was no iiisurance on the McAdow hay bam which biuued to the ground Tuesday momliig, due tb being stru,ck by.' llghtnin'g. Only the earnest efforts ' <}f ilreihen and neighbors saved the poultry: house and adjointag buildings ftom the flafties. The Five Hundred club met at the' home of Mrs. Altls Ellis ,op Osage street Thursday afternoon'., Miss Jfosephine .'Asher, Humboldt, had as her guests' Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Evans And Miss Lena, of Paola, Kas. Miss Elizabeth Ann Smith of Humboldt was a guest of Mrs. James Hess Thursday of the Jeddo district. The next district meeting of the Venus Rebekah lodge. No. 305, Hum- fcoldt, will be held hi Chanute. The Amigo clUb members met Thursday evening at the home of Miss Lillian Johnson, southeast of Humboldt. TWd tables of bridge furnished the entertainment, Mrs. P. J. McGannon winning high score prize. Refreshments were served to the following: Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, Miss Fay Barrackman, Mrs. McGannon,' Mi-s. Robert Hamml Mrs. {J. M. Redding, Mrs. W. H. Penns and Miss Myrtle Johnson. A group of relaj;lves gathered at the home of Mrs. R. R.Cachran Sunday and helped her celebrate her birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shellman. Parsons; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shellman and family. Fort Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith i'and Elizabeth Ann, Himiboldt. The Humboldt Music club will meet at the American Legion hall Monday afternoon, Janiiary' 23, at 3:30 o'clock. The local W. C: T. V. will meet at the home of Airs. G. W. Horn on South Eighth street Thursday afternoon, January 26. the fourth ward of the ladles' aid society of the local Methodist church will serve a 25-cent chicken dinner Thursday noon, January 26, to which the general public Is Invited. Mrs. W. R. Kent has returned from a several days' visit to Sterling, HI., where she helped to care for her father, O. M. Scott, who Is still In the hospital there, though much Improved. ', Mr. and Mrs. Les Reed, northwest of Humboldt, are the proud parents of a daughter born Thurtday, January 12. She has been given the! name, Roberta.Ann. George Moon, manager of the Grange supply house, is in Kansas City this week attending a hardware convention. ^ Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Redding and little daughter, Ruth Ahn, motored to Neodesha Monday. Mr. Redding remataed there, having obtained _ FOR WHAT How LONG HAS THE CURRENT . DOES THIS SIZE U.S. PAPEP. MONEY . ABBREVIATION BEEN IN CIRCULATION ? • STAND ? (Answers will be found on Page 4) employment with the Stanolind pipe line company. David Marsh, formerly employfed on the new bridge project here, has gone to western Kansas where he has obtained. employment. Mrs. Jake Sparks and her infant son, James Gale, have left the Payne hospital for their home at 418 South Sixth.: Mrs. E; W. Porter. H\imboldt, is visiting this week with her two sisters and their families in Coffey- vlUe, Kas. ^ Mr. and Mrs., Roscoe Johnson, Humboldt, motored to Pleasanton, Kas., Wednesday, to visit Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. B. F. Coppage, who is quite ill. E. H. Bowlby,: Humboldt insurance agent, has; returned from a two days' visit to Kansas City in the interest of his company. The; Rev. P .c: Kraus, pastor of the local Lutheran church, motored to; Winfield Tuesday on an important church engagement. Mr. and Mrs, E; L. Newton, War- rcnsburg. Mo., who hnve been visiting relatives here for several weeks Have returned home. i Fred'H. Rhodes, Humboldt, who recently attended tlie annual meeting of the Colony elevator company, was elected Its secretary. Miss Thelma Ti-avers is ill at her home this week with the flu. Miss Merte Klingensmlth Is taking her place at the Monroe hotel. The followUig persons from 'Humboldt attended the funeral of Thomas Lynch Tuesday in Yates Center: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wittlch, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feeney, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartwig, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McGannon t J. J. Saas and Roy Wit­ tlch. Tom Twadell. en route from New York City to his home in Lbs Angeles, Calif., stopped here to spend this week with his friend, Edwin Payne of Bridge street. 'The Rev. R. L. Bennett, pastor of the local Assembly of God church, attended a fellowship meeting of his denomination at Oswego, Kas., Monday and Tuesday. Mr. ahd Mrs. Fred H. Rhodes of South Eighth street have as their guests this week, Mr. and Mrs. Walter smith of Kansas City. New York, Jan. 21 (AP) — The stock market was more inclined to edge upward today than otherwise, but oh the whole was stagnant. The trading was in extremely small volume, with a turnover for the two- hour session of aliout 350.000 shares. The weekly repbrt of freight car loadmgs, showing a fair seasonal gain, was too closely in keeping witii expectations to affect the market. Week-end business news generally failed to shed any new light on the outlook. The market showed traces of firmness during the first half of the session, when a number of issues gained fractions to more than a point. Some selling appeared in the leaders in the late trading, however, and tlie close was barely steady. High Low Close Cities Serv 2i; SO of Ind 21'-i Amn Can 61 Amn T&T 106 U Amn Tob B Anaconda . Atchison ., Auburn Beth Steel Case J I .. Chrysler Con Gas .'. Con>Oil ... Drug Ino .. DuPont ... 64;i 7T4 42^;. 48-'i 15 47'; 14?.; 59-;; ' 5>i^ 36 40 >L- Gen Elec •.; 15',; Gen Motors Int Harv ... Mont Ward . Packard .... Penney J C Phillips Petr 14 ',.1 22-; 14'4 2 ''i 27 5 'i Radio 5 Socony Vac Std Brands . SO of Nj ;. Tex Corp .. U S Steel .. Westingh E 7", IS'.'t 30-; 13'A 29 N 30'.i 2-'i 21'i eo ^'s 104 T; 64',4 I 1% 42^, 47'-j 15'.i •45 ••'4 13 Ts 59 5',i 35-; 39-; 14-; 13% 21--!; 13 2% 26'^ 5% 5 TU 15'; 30',i 13 28 .29'/:! 2"; 2iyi 60 105 , 64 '1 • 7-r. 42-!.i 47'i 15 ',1 45-; 14 59'; 5'.i 35-; 40 14-; 14 21% 13-; 2',-2 27 5'-^ 5 7'.; 15'l 30% M% 30 25-50 lower; lower grades cows and bulls steady; vealers and calves strong; stockers ahd feeders steady to : strong; ' week's tops: yearlings $6.60; medium weight steers $6.50; heavy steers $5.50; vealers $6.00; yearling stockei-s $5.35; bulk fed steers and 'stockers and feeders S3.50-5.00.. Sheep 1,300 through; for the week: lambs mostly strong to 10 higher; natives up more; sheep strong to 25 higher; top fed lambs $5.85, week's bulk $5.50-75; 'best heavies $5.75; fall shorn' Texas yearlings : $4.10-35; top yearlings $4.75; top ewes $2.50; others mostly $1.75-2.25. I Kansas City Grain. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 21 (AP)— Wheat: 61 cars. Unchanged to '.ic down. No. 2 dark hard 47c; No.-3 nom. 41',i-50',ic; No. 2 hard 41',-;- 43*c; No. 2-red 41%-47M ;C. Close- May 40ric; July 41c; Sept. 42c. . Com: 15 cars. Unchanged. No. 2 white nom: 22',4-23c; No. 2 yellow 22'/i:-23c; No. 2 mixed 22',4 -22riC. May 23%c; July 24 -34 c. Oats: 2 cars. Unchanged. ' Kafir 38-43c. Rye 34-34 ',i:C. Barley; nom. 21',i-24c. Chicago—Miss Marie Berger. juny ior at the University of Cliicago, .doesn't think much of chaperons and she went back a long way .to •support her argument. "Just look," said she, "at the Garden of Eden. Adam and Eve got along until the' snake came along as a chaperon." She had the affirmative side in a debate on-the proposition that "the only good chaperon is a dead chaperon;" , LOCAL PRODUCE. Eggs, firsts i 12c Eggs, seconds * 10c Eggs, thirds .• 8c Eggs, ungraded ..- 11c Hens, No. 1 8c Hens, No. 2- 5c No. 1'Springs, I'i lbs., up 6c No. 2 Springs 4C Capons, over 9 lbs. lie Capons, over 8 lbs 9c Capons, over 7 lbs 7c Capons, under 7 lbs. 6c Slips-'.: 4c Butterfat, lb '..He Stags, lb , 4c Cocks So Geese, lb ..3c Guineas, each ..'. 10c mate ^cks, lb ........4c Colored Ducks, lb iSo Hides, per lb. Ic Mixed Oorn. bu ..15c Yellow. Com, bu. 16c Wlieat. bu 28c Kafur Corn 14c • M. B. S. Club Meets. The M. B. S. club met at the home of Mrs. J. Will Adams Thursday afternoon, January. 19, with 16 members present. After the Bible ; lessons plans were completed for the twenty-fifth anniversary celebration on February 16 at the home of Mrs. Guy Bale. Various other forms of business were transacted. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs J. P.' Wilhite on Thursday afternoon, February 2.—Club reporter' Pittsburgh—"I," shouted Attorney James Philip O'Connor, "will quit practicing law if you two boys are convicted." He was speaking to John Pattln, 25. and Peter Betten,. 21, charged with eight counts of burglary. , "Guilty," was the jury's verdict, returned yesterday. "I," retorted Attorney d'Connor, when asked by the judge about the threatened, resignation, "will let no such jury make up my mind for me." SWAPPER'S COLUMN '29 F(»rd Roadster < Chryl^er 58 Sedan v. Model A Ford Coupe ^ Chrysler 60 Sedan: j '31 Plymouth Coach j Other bargains in cheaper cars.^ . ROSS ARfitlCKLE GARA($ CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Sales—Service—Farts : ' EMPLOYMNT 14 HeipJWante^f.^^'Mal^ TEA. AND; COFFEE ROUT^ ME1«— Big reUabl6 national cdmpany needs 3! more men ImmediateSy. Previous experience unnecess^ but must be physically ablei ahd willing tjo service 200 steady ccrti- siimers on regular route and woirk 8 hours a 'day' for about i $37JB0 weekly. Write Albert MUls,' RbUtfe Mgr., 2216 Monmouth, Cihcinnstl-, Ohio. - ,• WANTEDi-Drlver with car or truck for dry! cleaning establishment.' Phone 7'75;.: - ' 'r. fflNANClAL 17 Business Opportunities BLACKSMITH SHOP—Tools aud machinery ior. sale. 502 North street. Phbhe 1177. _f 21 VP STOCK Cattle. Vehicles FOR SALE-ijersey cow, fresh abotit February :1.' R. E. Rogers, La- Harpe, Kas.: • \ YOUNG PBRCHERON HORSES*Benj. H. Bacon, 4 miles south and east of JIdran. Pho. Elsmore 5112. Kansas City Hay. City. Mo., Jan. 21 fAP) — No hay market, receipts too light. I Kansas City Produce. Kansas City. Jan. 21. (AP)—Eggs llr. Other .produce unchanged. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. Jan. 21. (AP)— <XJ. S. Dept. Agi-.)—^Hogs 900; 400 directs; mostly 5-10 lower than Friday's average; no shippers in; top $3.15 on 180-230 lbs.; most 170-280 lbs.; $3.00-15; a few; 290-320 'lbs. $2.90-95; odd sows $2.00-25. Cattle 300; calves 150: for the week: Light weight fed steers and yearlings steady to 25 lower; matured steers generally 25 lower; spots 50 off on heavies; fat cOws OUT OtJR WAY Atchlson-^A hearing on the application of the Burlington railroad to abandon its branch line iietw^n here and Rulo. Neb., was concluded last night.' The­ merce commission, which was represented by an exanuner will give its decision later.. Farmers and biislness men along the line testified tha:; continuation of the service was a hecessii^,'while company witnesses told of IbSses through oijeratlon of the road. Testimony was offered to show ifiat the annual loss ranged from $30,,000 to.$76W).^ Pittsburg—Arrested on complaint of his landlord, F; M. Daniels vfas held m jail here today while officers mvestigated an alleged ext(>r- tlon attempt. "The landlord, C.-;A. MiUer! Pittsburg real'estate dealer, was quoted py officers as saying Daniels had attempted td extdrt "$5,500 or $1,000 and the farm" ftpm biin at the point of. a pistol.. iHe said Daniels made the dettand v/hon the two were in,the cpimtry looking at. a farm the former wished to lease. I OOMf Moo TH" AREA OF TH" MEAD, IKI • MC1-AE.C,, WO -Vjo! TUATfe PEf? Teujsi' HOW MUCH WATe-f? A BoiutP? Vviiuu HOLO— Tms AiKiT PROe >-EM OP TOOA^. BOO^ \^ T«V"M' To Be A -TT-iiKiUfcF?! 'H-^AT: FELUA. \- OAOIKO' TH" VJHEEl- BARReF? Ct)UVlO U ^E A UTTuE HELP, Bur MOO KiOT>CE Vv /Wo's G\TT'M' AUV. TH' HeUR By Williams WsiE\_\_ ,TH AT SHC^Me -ry\' [V^JORUD \S PROGREeSNM*. \T OMW TAV <es OKIE. UAQORER TO V<fe .^p TE .Ni - TAIWWERS BOS'-/, \MHEP?£ IT U&ED TO TAWE-TEKI LABoFlEFIlS To VEEP ONiE. TH1MV<ER BOSV, UEEPIM' iUEM ©USV CREAM SEPARA'TORS—iJsed, to trade: for cattle, hogs or horses. Brownie's. Cream, Poultry. Eggs, Feeds, and Seeds. IMPROVED 55 ACRES—Mile north LaHarpe; might swap for 10 or 15 acres improved, clear for clear, the difference to be cash. H. Peet, LaHarpe, Kas. 2 FRESH I COWS—For sale. C. L. Morrison, 4; miles north and 2^1 east of IJaHarpe. MERCHANDISE 24 Articles For Sale BATTERIES ^ Guarahieed, $4.65. Ideal Garage. WANTED TO EXCHANGE—Furniture for good used pianos. W. H.' Wood Fine Furniture. 160 NEAR SALINA; small improvements; a real producer; formerly worth $16,000; incumbrance $4,000. What have you for equity? I. E. Lineback. 601 N. First. lola. ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions COMMtTNITY SALE—Every Wednesday at J. C. Butcher's Sale Barn. Col. Smock, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE—Tuesday, Jan. 24, 1 p. m., 7 mi. north LaHarpe, 7 mi. S. E. Colony. Cattle, horses, hogs, chickens, fjCed. implements, furnl- ture. RayiSnider. • Personals WILL ' TAKE CARE of aged arid convalescent people in private home. Rates reasonable. Write P. O. Box 186, lola. OLD MAGAZINES and books wanted. When moving or cleaning nouse give them to the lola Public Library. Phone 1405 or 382 and we will get them. Strayed, Lost, Found MOTOR OII /-T50C gal.; 5 gaL^ $2.1ft Ideal Garage. Phone 174. ; 27 Feed, Fuel, Fertilizers HAY—For said, 10c bale. miles west of lola: Greeiie. 28 Household Oooda CLOSE-OUT ^PRICES—Ckculators, wood and combination heateris. Trade in old. CurtlS", 10 N. Wash. USED STOVES and Furniture. Strife packed. Hennlnger's Furn.- Stoite. USED PARLOR SUITES in eo^A condition. [Real bargains. Terifl»; We trade. |W. H. Wood Fine Fuif- _nlturj, 202 S. Jefferson. Phone 1^.29 Machinery and Tools WALKING PLOW—14-lnch. • goM' condltion, $8,00. Allen County Iifti . plement Co. ' i'. ROOIM^S FOR RENT 34 Apartments and Flats APARTMENT—Nicely furnished, 3 rooms, pantry, closets, porches, convenient,; Close in, modeiti. Phone 1234;- ;« $5.00 REWARD for return of typewriter in good condition taken from office of Odor's Greenhouse. AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Sale SALES Dependable Used Gars and Trucks Dodge Real Es^te For Bent - / 36 Farms aiiid Land For Rent FOR RENT—"^acre suburban, four room house,'and other'outbuild­ ings. Second-: house south of the lola Airport. For hiformatldn phone 1246. ^ , ' ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone 301 Cash—Trade—Terms HUDSON-ESSEX—Parts and Service. Bud 'Wrhite Motor Co., 209 South street. Phone 60. PONTIAC- BUICK GOOD WILL USED CARS SHELLY MOTOR CO. Authorized Buick-Pontiac 214 N. Jefferson—Phb. 80 Repairing—Garages BATTERY Recharging, 50c. Ideal Garage. ' EMPLOYMENT 13 Help Wanteji^einale GIRL—For housework and care of infant;! board, room, and $2.00 week; must stay nights. Pho. 890J. 14 Help Wanted-^Male 2 SALESMEN—For lola and victo- Ity. For information^write C. L. Fowler at Erie, Kas. : 200 ACRE farm, house, bam, chicken house, cement silo, sheds, iiiid water. Pran^ Ellis, Brown's Dtijg Store. ' X • ; ' 37 Honcee For Bent FOR RENT—Houses, good location. See G. E.'Pees. FOR RENT—Nice clean 4-room house, new paper, garage, fruit,' splendid garden plowed. 380 S. Kentucky. Inquire 204 South Elm. Real Estate For Sale 40 Farms and Land Fori Sale SUBURBAN—10-acre. dty water, gas, electricity;'also[ good red milk cow. 815 South Sta^te. 15 ACRES—Iipprovementa, well located. Take, small' lola properfir as part payineht. John Reuthet, lola, Kas. - • •• 80 ACRES for; sale, the NiS SW 13, . 24, 20. Located 4!4 mi. northwest ; of Moran. About aU in cultivation. Lays smooth. .Good land. Good set of Improvements on it. Pric6 $30 ah acre. Tefrris dh $1900. Bankers Mortgage Company, Tft- peka, Kas. <• , ^ 41 Hoiisea For Sale SUBURBAN-^Flve! acres, hnprovetj. neat Couhtiy ClUb. lola Land Cof. 6TROOM HOUSE for sale, modern . except fui*ace; located at 302 w:. , Jack&on; will seU on" teiinS' like renti^nkeirs Mortgage Companyi

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