Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 16, 1927 · Page 7
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[0)i~-Th/s Aitiu>clfittd Preaf\' . jPregrams In Central Standard llm«. TAU dfie is 1>i H. unlen otherwise hi- dicated. Wave lenRttm on left of call ' ^ I letters, kilocycles <>u rieht. t 272.6—WPG AtUWtic City—1100 S: 4 5.i—Organ' Red ta 1 liOTi-if-XHDner Caric<u-t .>:A0—Butnonicai Band 9:30—^Diance Orchestra (Hi hrs.) 2 ^S^WBAI. |BaltiRMrer-1050 S.:3U—Dinner OrchesLra (i:20—Jiiblloe Slneers) ' , 9:00—MunlcUffll Band • V S65.ft—WECJ Bqtton—820. 5:00-^AValJorf-Aslblria! Orchfslra 8:aO -t -Ori:heslra: H<«lijira> Report T;00—New York Symlrttony Orcli ,e *lra «:0u-i-OId Gold on Broadway S:0«—CrBlsinjK the Air , ^ • 461.3—WNAC Boston^M 5:30—^rnhertra • . : «:eOr4l)ok*s Slnfonlana -':20 t —IHockpy: Boston v». Quebec 9:1S—T.e t^radia Baiid 302.6— wait Buffalo—BM SiiS—of Buffalo Alumni I S:OD-^ld QoM on Broadway i 545.1-WMAK BUffflo—£30 i 7:20—Piano Ilecltal S:i "/0—Banoe MuRic j- 16 MS —Romano 's Orchestra 422.5—WOK! Wswark-710 ' «:54—Elnsemble • TUS—aiod^rn Songs: Orcan S;OQ—Barobfergero iJttle Symphony »:a (^-t>iaiilat: Dance MUsic $':ia—VocAl Dud: Dance Music ,' : 491J>-^W.£AF New York—610 ! F B .00—WaWofr-Astoria Orchestra I fi:*)"!—South Sto islanders . *>;30—High Jlnkera 1) i'lOO —Old Gold'on Broadway ' S 1)0—Palais d'Or Orchestra j|10:00—CaEs'Hagatt 's Orchcblra X 464.3—WJ2; New York—«60 , " 4:30—N'BC Studio Program 7:00—Xew York Symphony Orchestra IS'.UO—Phik:o Hour. "Havana" SiOO— Keystone Duo 10:00— Slumber Mu»!c 348.6r7Wpo .Philadelphia—£60 I 'iirlS +brtSnvaiidj Carulj. , > l5;311 ^hTiareh -g'Half Hour 31S.6-:-K(pK^ Pittiburgh—960 £; OO-T -TV^rtlnghoiiEe. 3aiid eiDo ^l*". of p'Icisburgh Talk: Home Radio Club 6;30—Toiicert ^ 7 jOo— New York SymMiony Orchestra S'JO—Phllco Hour -J 277,6—WHA«I Rochertar—1060 6; sa-fc-StudIo J'iv>CTBnt 7 :tju:— Kadiotruns f :00— iMiiko Prograifi . 3;00 ::.-Or«an KeiMJUl 3SS.1—WBZ Springfield—90O S:^0—r-SingUlX Orchestra e:.^^—Male Quartet 7:10—Boston Symphony Orchestra :t:20—Dance Music l((:0!t(—Me.ssago« to Arietic. Sub-Artio 37».t—WCY SchenecUdy^Mi C ;30— Dinner .Muxir ' • •;:;)0—••lili?li Jlnk.r»-' 7::ii)— Oia <;old on Broadway .iO;uO—Dance Orchestra' , 356.9—CKCU Toronta—840 _ 4:1.';—S.tiita ClBUiJ 4fi8.5-^yyRC Washlngt<)n—640 r.: nil—WaiSorf -AKldi ^lii Qrch^stra 7:0(^-^Nf:\v/york Symphony Orchestra .S :i)0—Phileo Jlour a :ij<i— Orchestra (2 hrs.) - 516.9-rWTAC iVorcesfer— 580 6 :"n —Dance Orchp.«lr:i 7; (III— New York Sympiiony Orchestra > :i)ii—Studio ProKratn V;i-iO -!-l »ance Orcliosli'a SOUTHERN i 29^.9—WWI^ Asheville—1010 £ :Cij—Spencer Trio. 475.9—WSB Atlanta—«30 «S:00—Sunday School Lesson • - ft: 30'—OrolieKtra, 7:06—New York Symphony Ordip^tr .i S:OO^Pbilco Hour ; 10:4t—ckincert.' '. \ ^ " '24S.^V<D0D Cfiattanooga.>—1220 6:1.".-kiddie Storyjl'.ri.nl 7;uO—Sunday .School l .is.Min' 7:30—Unscnible i 3S6.»-WJAX JacksQ.nyille—890 7:00—Studio ProBfani • >''.li <i— Pliilco Hour . S(:UO—Dance Orcht -Mrii • ^322.4—WHAS Louisville—930 T:00—UCA Prugraiii S;up—Plillco Hour ,; 'S^.S-^WMC Memphis—580 • 7:00—N'ew Y'ork Symiihtjiiy llmir i;00—Phllco Hour 336.9—WSM Nashville—£90 VJOO—IIC.A. Hour 8 :011— Phllco Hour : 9:00—Bara D »ni« 3S2,4---W8MB New Orlesns—630 S:30—Musical Piosriim i2 hrs;) • -l CENTRAL 626—KYW Chicajpo—6701 7:00—New York Symphony Orchestra «:06— Fhllctk Hour i »:00—Congn/"'* "'Brniviil ' 1^0:30—Danct) 'urclicalr.t. I :e :Ol>—Palmer Hoas* OrcllfcJtri* ~ .7^<W—Olaiwical Hour R:iHi—Palmer House Prorram . , ll:Ou—ICdgcwaler ttehch Orchestra 416.4—WCN-WLIJB Chlea«ieJ-^7X0 7:00—Old l-'ashioned Almaitak 7:J0i-Dinner-Mnf!lc !<:t»—SohK IJeclial X:r,n—Orp.'in !t:<)0—.VUrk X>ove 11:0U—Hoodlums S44.6—WLS Chtcagc—676 (::on— Supperbell Program.. 7:30-Xatlonal Barn Danca ll:ft')—.SIiow Broadcast . ll:SO—N'atlonal;Barn Dance 447.S—WM AQ-WOJ Chlcago^70 C :<i <l—Oi-Ran «:;:0—Dlhnfr Muvic S;n«—Radio - PlioioloRUe X:M> —piflinhir S (in »r <"yilei a:l.'.— TJieaiLT liikui: . 428.3—WLW Cincinnati—700 7:'>'>—Organ (cftii—New Ynrk Svmphony Orchestra :i:Oii—Phllco Iloi«* 10:uO—Organ ll:Ou—Henry Theis Orchestra . 361.2—WSAI Cincinnati—830 B :50—Clibnes; News Revl.-.y 3S9.S—WTAf4 CIcvaUnd—760 C:00—Neapolitans 7;00—Blue Flas Jndla;ns i <i :i )0—Willard Oft\-alIeni 9 :a<)— Wandering Minstrels: ' , 645.1—WFAA Dallas-^SSO 7:00—Musical Units ' 9:0U—«:ello: Piano 11:30—Theater Feature* . S74.fi— woe Davenport—800 6 00—Sport .News 7:'iiJ—N<?w York Symphony OrcheetrA ; S :oO—Phllco Hour • ' : 535.4—yVHO Oes MoIn«il—^ i 1:00—New York Symphony Or<^h(jtra: •S:Ciu—Phllco Hour •S;fiu—Palais d"Or Orchestra 10:'iO—CasH Hasan's Orchestra s 440.6—WCX-WJA Ostroit-iM C.IS—Ford and Glenn .c no— Phllco Hour fi ii«—Ford a.nd Olefin » ;30—Coltoh J>loker» - 352.7—WWJ bctroH—«eO 7 :io —Old.Uoldon Broadway 9 :UU— Studio Feature^, 499.7—W8AP Fprit Worth—600 «: do —Seven Aces fi:30—Sunday School Lesson Revl«w , S:ilO—Phllco Hour 384.4—KTH5 Hot Spring*—780 F: 110— Seml-Claiislcs ,*::ui—Bam Daiice 9::i0—Dance Frolic • 370.2—WDAF Kansas, Clty -aio 7:00— T .Ve,w York Symphony Orcheffra S: 00—Phllco Hour '.i:iiO—Popular Program ' 11^45—NigbOiatPks 405.2—WCCO MInneapolis-St. Paul—740 t!:!.';—Dinner (ioncrrt 7 :«o— '.Nfiv rbik Kymphony Orchestra K ;ii(i—Phllco Hour I I.I :00-iDance MUHIC 508.2—WOW Omaha—590 r.:.'JO—Orclieslrn. 7:0(1—New York Symphony Orchestra . > :uO—Philco Hour !f;13-40rclie.stra for! Dancing 545.1—KSD St. Louis—550 7:00—.S'cw Y^ork Symphony Orchestra .S:(iO—Philco Hour :i:00—I>a!als d'Or Orchestra •• Si;30—Dance Music . 348.6--ttVOO Tulsa—860 h: no—Sunday School I«ason 7:3 (1— Miile Quartet S: 00—Phllco Hour 9:(in—Bri'lue O'ama 9:30—Vii.iln . ; WESTERN > 325.9—KOA Denver—920 J0:00—Ciiief Conzales Orchestra' 463.5—KFI Los Angeles—640 10:00—Saturday; Nile Revur ll:«il—Philco Hour ' ]2:(M)—Musical Efrlod l:Opa—indiiHe Frolic 336.9—KNX Los Angeles—890 ;):30^Feature Program (2>4 hrs.) ,13:0 (1— Dance Music (2 hrs.) l':00a—Midnight Kipress 3e4.!4—KGO qaklaud-780 10:00-Radiotron Hour 11:00—Philco Hour. 33:00—.Saturday Nile Bevua 1:00a—Dance. Music .,, 508.;5-KLX Oaklan*-6»0 > 9:00—News Broadcast 454.3—KFRC San FranelscO7-800 S:30—Ceclllans ! 10:00—Musical Program ! II :U0—Dance Orchestras (> hrs.) 422.3—KPO San Franclsco-{-71f 10:00—Paciflc Network Program 13:00—Dance; Orchestra ; • 447.5—KFOA Seattl*-^^ 9:30—Caihp Plra Oirla 10:00—Radlotrons . ; 12:00—Sat)irday Ntt* Rams - ; S7p^KHQ ^ tpokans— li; S:00—Orchestra 10:00—RCA Hour 11:00—Phllco Hour 12:00—Dance Music (1 laf.t • 272.6—WPG Attantie City—1100 »:10—Concert Orctieatra" 5:00—Simdliy Evening Muslcale,- ' ^ 285:5—WBAL .Baltimore—1050f S':30— 'Concert Orchestra C:.1 (i— Musical Hxpositlon 7:i:i-^AnIsls' Uecftal W1.3 -^WNAC Boston—650 t;: 30. -Rirk JBtract Church S :fl0—l-afcrve.'sccnt Hour CARLYLE D«vc. 9.—Mr. aiWl .Mrs. .T, M. Vezle r»^ittifjled to LiiCyxn • last Sunday. Th^ play, entiiled . "thB Old- Fas hJoutd. MoUii^r" iir«»«ented by tht' CMS City iifoiilc. «'as tburotifi:tr- lyi-.ujo>-od by .li<»<'arlyl« itaopW. . LU«iH- A. Jl. pH-.k^non wan falling on old frii'iidH in Carlyle last Krtday. li; A. and n. A. Hill. V. \V. Fum- iou aiid J. C. GilkifKon eutt>rULfnpd. thi- (Jommunlty peopl(< Friday olght vith ,»oine reaMivoly music. : Thf Chri.slmas program Is bt»iiiB planned and tbo first i^aoitloe <« muBio waa Ihanitij slsbt «t C, A* Stinaon'n. W. R. Williams Is BhuckInK con tor W. H. Nichols. .K.':A. Hin teks Msoepted » Job with' the Jvlmball and CoBHWiy tam\c. firm of Kansas City, Mo. iMr. and Mni. Rsmffy w«re Sunday Ktiesis of the Nlchol's.: Thu CrafH wore Sunday guests of Ih.. mils. 11.. W. Wilklndon, who Is on the IioIi<('-"ron'<» at Dodge Cfty had thf mlsfortutkt^ lo be run - Into while he was oh duly at a fire In that An ordinary re r'eiver will bring in the, brimdcasting of certain strong sta>' tionsi For the shrill that comes onJ^r iwth real varietyvown a Spartonr Our . (Oisn i recommmndaUonl mud tlim- I ^ :f-- m«L; u -.i ii ELLIS MOTOR COMPANY !i8 Nfirth Washington: ^? I'^one Ml *:30-f-American .singeni 9:0t-r-It I Dti mate Hour" '302.»^WaR Buffalo—MO :3fl—Orjratt ftccltal I ::if._.Sj^tjioii Parafle ' :30—^Central Pjcesbylerlan Chur»-h s:15—Atwater F^cm JIdur 545.1—.WlkiAk SufUle—650 6:3i—First ChlVqb Cbriiit. ScUritlst t::«0—Kffer\escent Hour li:30—,Vmerlcan Slngera 9:00—Intimate Hour . , .635.4—WTIC Hartford— an 1 4 :30—Symphonic F:na<^lible i;3«—.iuioricnn Ijpsloa; Band I 4Z2.3—WOR Mewark—710 3:00—Don Voorhees Baiid S:<iO—Effervescent your ^.3(l—.\metiraii singers I j S(;OU—Culuml «la -4nilnmte| Hour ! 454.3—MUZ New v |ork—«<0 1:00—Roxv Stroll 4:30—National Radio Veepera a:aO— Trio .6:00—.^eoUan Kvenriing «:.^0—Mur.Ical l.iteralure Tti^ColUer Hour £ JS—L'tKa Jubilee SIngrrs 491.5—WEAF New York—610 SiOO—Men '9 Bible Conferenc^^ 4:30—Crosley Moscow Orchestra t-3u—Stetson Parade 6 ;»i—Capitol Theater Program , »::00—D:ivl^ I<awrence s:lf> —AX water Kent Hour tl'-15—Biblical Drama 348.&—WOO Rhlladelphla—860 1:30—Bethany Sunday Sc-hool t:00—Organ Recital 405.E—WFI-WLIT Phiradelphia—740 6:30—Arcn-St. Pre>byt^rlan Church 8:16—Atwater Kent Hour »:U—Blbllc:il Drama | 315.6—KOKA Pitts^uroh—MB 8:00 -Orean Rerltul , T:li—'-Villler Hour Kcoo—Mfj-.iages to Kar Nprth 483.6—WJAR Providence—620 6:30—Stetnon Parade t >nD— Cnultol Theater Family S:Ii—<»r<hcstra , 277.6—WHAM Rochester—1080 4:30—National Radio Vesper* C:30-rPirealde .Forum »:4'.—.lubilee Stugers • 379.5—WOV Schenectady—790 4:30—.N'allnnal Concert Orchestra 6 ::i (i— American legion Baild 6:3 (1— .<:aiiltol Theater Family »l:lu—Atwater K.-nt Hour 9:1BibHcn I Druma 333.1—WB2 Springfield—MO 1:30—.Musical Program T;t3—r-oiller ProBram SrlS—KniscMible 356.9—CKCL Toronto—840 8:00—kjrgan RecitijI • 468.5—WRC Washln^tbn—640 4 :.':o —.Vntlonal Concert Orchesirn Z:T.u —StelM .n Parade 0:30—rupilul Tl(c:iter Famhy S:ir.— AHviittT K .-nt Houc ;-:l.-| —i:iblic:il Dnmia S16.9—WTAG Worcester—680 .•! :flO—Meii 'H '('unferrnce . S:::0—Sl< (^on Piir.iJe « l'(i—c.;,!.!!,.! TlK '.-n.-r FaiuU«(- SOUTHERN 475.9—WSB Atlanta—630 : ftd-y \ vj.p< r Scrv'ic<ai •;:30-!-('apltol : Theater Family i : l,".-t.^tvvalrr Kent Hour 245.8—WDOO Chat'tanaoga—1220 .';.:n(i —Sacred ProKram !t;:r.o—JCnxemblc .7::l(l—Flr.vt B :fPtiKt Chiii'di • 384.4—KTHS i Hot Springs—780 8:00—Popular Oenm_ .\:3li—B »-.st LoVcd BfTUnds !t:<iO—MuFic I .iOvers Hour 10;:;0—Dance Krollir 386 »—WJAX JackionyilU—8^ S:30—Dinner Mualc T:iMl— ChurcJi Scr\ices V:0(»—Orsan Ktcital- 461.3—WHAS Lculsvilla—650 4:30—Choral Kvensong 6 :2<(— CapUul Theuter FamUy k:I.,i—(Ircliestra 516.9—WM.C Memphis—580 3:00—Vo'ung People 's <^onCt<ri-iio<- ti;3(>—Capiiol Thiater Family S :1J—.Mwdter Kent Hour 336.9—WSM Nashville^90 •( C.3fl—<':ipit6l Theater Family • T:I5—|-'ir .<!r Presbyterian Chiir.-h —Atwater Kent Hour ^49.9—WCOA Paasacpla-1230 7;;;—First Christ Cihurcb 294.1—WRVA tliehmend—1180 7:00—Organ Recital S:10—String Qimrtet 10 :UU— Dance Orchestra 344.«-^WL6 Chicago—170 ^.'•0—UiTle prown. Church: WUB Playeri f ; - 4473T ^WMAQ -WaJ Chicago— CM ^ •<:.10-Wbltney Trio 5:00—EransciMIc loatitato . 7:00—SnriaayCvtn'.ny Cliib . 4at.3—WUW: Cincinnati—700 6:15—First Prft»b>-terlan Church 7:16—ColIJiar Hour , ; ; 361.9—WSAI Clnclon^ti-*^- 7:^S—String Quarte; ii:la—Atwater Kent Hour 9:15—Biblical Drama I 399JI—WTAM CtevsUnd—750 ii:30—Stetson Parade ! 7:00—Twilight lt»nectIona 8:15—Atwa««'r Kent Ho^r • 9:l5 -7Neapolltann 282.S—WAIU Columhiis—1080 1 8i :00—Effervescent Hour j 9:00—Anic-rlctin Hingera . 9.30—Intimate Hour 645.1—WFAA Dallas^6$0, 6:00—JRadIo Bible. aaj <H i;:15—jAtwater Kent Hour 9:15—Baritone U:00—Six Stoehlo Sc^rltaa 374.8— woe Davenport—800 4:30—National Cono*rt Orchestra • 7:00—Edward* Congreg8tloi»aJ Church 8:15—Aiwater Kent Hour. 9:15—Biblical prama 535.4—WHO Oss Moines—660 6:20—<.'apltol Theater Family 8:15—Atwater Kent H<.ur i »:15-^BibllC3l Dranui 440.0:-WCX-WJII Detroit—688 5:0(i—TwiUght Hotir «:80^entral «. E. Chprch 8:'I!i—Organ iUcital 9:00—First Baptist Church 3^.7—WWJ betroH—«S0 %6:!0—Capitol Theuter Family 8:16—Atwater Kent Hour - 499.7-WBAP Fort Worth—600 0:00—Vesper Service* • !<:30—Seven Aces 370J-:^DAF Kansas City—816 7:15—Collier JHour . . 8:15—Atwatet Kent Hour 2*3.9— wrMJ Mihwaukee—1020 ^ 7:06—Muiilcal Program ti^B—Don AmaJzo /i05.2—WCCQ-JMinneapolis-St. Paul—740 6:15—Colllfi' Hour 7:I ."i —.Mwater Kent Hour S:I.',—Don Amaizo 608.2—WOW Omaha—590 4:30—.Vntlonal Concert Orchestra .".:30—Bible Study Hour i>:30—Capitol Theatir Family S-IiJ—Atwater Kent Hour 9:13—mail Hour 499.7—WOAI San Antonio—600 :7:45—Central Christian Cturch • 545.1—KiD St. i-Oittls—550 5:00—Oosley Moscow OrcUe.«tra ^:IZ- —Capitol Theater Family 7:30—iColHer Hour " 8:15—AtWiler Kent Hour 348.6—KVOO TuUa—850 6:30—Centenary .MethoOlMt Clioir T :00— riiino Hecit .Tl 7 :30 _ciiunis. •.'.Mf.>;.'-i;ili" 8:10—.>lwnter Kent Hour 3lf4^WCBO Zion—870 6:00— y.lnn Or.-heslm : Vocal Trio ' WESTERN 385.9—KOA Denver-^20 6:30—drgan Recllar ( 7 :30 —Dinner Concert li:45—Central I'f«!<bytcrlan Church 416^4—4(HJ LOB Angetc —720 !>:iiO—J-nrst M. K. ClytrcU lii:"K)—Concert Orchestra 11 :flO-rCla»!slc Hour 468.8-|-KFt Los Angeles—640 10:00—Aeolian Kedtfll 11:00—NBC Program 13:(iO—Danc8 Music ?36.9r-KNX Los Angeles.—890 9:00—First Presbytorlan Church I'ctlO—Dance Orchestra , 984>l—KGO Oakland-r7M S:30—Standard Symphony Hour :i :;i5—First Congregatloftal Chu»ch i I :ao— Oreat .Moments in History , 491.5—KGW Portland—610 11:00—Oreat Mcunents In History i .'dO —fJttle Symphony Ort -heatra 454.3—KFRC San Francisco—600 •'iir— Old St. Mary's Cbiiroh II :<iO—Ballroom Orche-stra I3:uu—Dance Munic (2 hrw.) . 422.3—KPp S9n Frajteisco—710' "•30—standard Symphony Orchestra :•: 30—Organ Reclfiil , 447.S—KFOA 8aattl»-670 :30 -T -St*ir.d-r« Syniphomr Hour 34t..b—KJJt Saattle—MO ?:20 -Flrat M. E. Ouirch .i:wO—'"oncert Orcheafta. 370J7-KH(} «pcka«a-«10 9;30-^-Church of The Tr^lh Il:<i0-41BSA Program MELL. svuvo 6: eoy. vouve ear 'EM .-XU-lM'TORNOC UKJE AM iOf PAVEMEKfTr- ^EEp rr.iip oi. Hoss- vpo-Re eerriM' 'EfA ^^»AR^AED L3P UKE A SCALDE-P 0 »lCy:EN- TrtAT MAVES'DA EASY XC PlpOi.'. viKEM rr CQi AES t" HfJ&^iU^ ' ET'S <30NMA. t E AM EASV MAT^e (St XQ •PEeu THIS 6l>iCR OP SANANAS ^N' : MpSSBV TO LO^X— On rtel Astatf. repayable in small monthly pa> nients. These loans never coiheAio. iK 'tt er btjcansle cheapei- and iiU^-:M rKveriieut; Security Buildins! .Je iM coKvenieut; . I^an- Asan.. Isif Nntl. Bante.Bids.' UVE STOCK Potts. Crfsj. WJMsr Pjfefat CAN'AUIES—5 ^od siujjers. tmire i2:t Xprth Ohio. _4|_ In- HiyaeH, Ci^e. y<»tej[»« M iyiLK f!OW-.a^lxeU ilersey-Short- hom. giving milk: can 1M? se^n 3n. town. Shelly '^otor Co, IIS West JachiiOn. Phone M. MIUC COW—'Holatein,, will *e fresh In two A^oeks. giving 6 gal-Jons per day when fresh; 1 Jersey cow. freHh. I giving gttUons per dayf roait Dnrham. wiM }>& fresh in January: several otlier^ good rows, freih soon:. 10 Jefsoys'" Mil Jersey IJelfers; 10 st^r calves: 1 e*tra good htrll. 1I8 months old: i , span: 6-year^Old iDiiles. soiTfld jand a good- pair: several BOO<I farm mares: 2 Ford touring earsj 1926 (Thevrerfei- roadster. wintpr enclostire. nSw halloon 'tire.<T: -Wilf sell nn tlBio or tratle loKht y kind of Uvesfot^k. Boyer Stock flarm. 4 miles sottlh of LaHarpe'. Phone 726. in JtoattiT «i4 SsppUet' 49 BABY CUICKSj-Hatcbiug Weekly., Jtihuary,tiroJ!^s. illO.tio peri thousand! Queen liDL-ubatoi- for sale. Sunfiowier Parms. Bronson. Kan.-?. jtaSECHANDISE , Articled For Stele GENERAL MRS Stock Soars toU Chapges Hand Large Blockb U and in.. New York. l)ei'. IB., turn or t;. S. Steel coiimon and Oenernl -Motors to 1 he'leadership !of the market featuretl fhje resiimp- I lion of llie upward movement of • ptlcps in 'today's stock! market.! ] Steel was hid iip more than thrtc 1 points to 14!t-% : the hig ' since tlm-: (ir.st wtvk of ( lor.s n'cutrled a similar lloiiHiing IJ!:*.. Idoiks of Ij itiOO shiirci: chilllKin^ liarids in the; : tw<i i'ssin'?. AP)-Re­ ply to test-prices; tealcrs\50ir Itfwer: htockers anti feeders 'slow, weak: lilieral supply held by deul- er.-<; mediaiii eiiiailiy short fed steer-. |».75(& ll-IO: Toalers. .?lo.i.O down-- , .Sheep. 2.00(1; very »low: early sales f:it lanflis. around »(eady:;de- siralrfc fed westerns, $12.75<li IS.IO; most natives |12.<>i)|f»'12..';0: prat- tliallv no ^•heell otft'reri. • AUTOMOTIVE; • •> •:••:•> •:• <• •> <• • •> lOLA DAILY AB.STKA(!'& <^ <f Issued from office of lolfi * Abstract Company liest price ictobor by December 14. 1027. • , . . V,', H. Sullivan, et al.. ID Henry Nearly afltrnopn. uwl d'ejicral .\l'o- j •'- Hes.>f and .Josie He•J.^. his uvife. lots i and 4. block' :!7. City of lola. $.'!.100 ;<i«. • .1- S. -McCord and wife M. .1.. lo Mitchell Weston. lots/:!. 4, (J. 7 and .*>•. block C. Sunnvsidc Add. to loi.!. $ritlO .OO; \Vm. Rucker. et al.. lo The C<il- AnlomoMljBg For SjJe-" U IftHtD-2 ;door liedan. 1926: meiel, jexctUcnt roiiilitioii. riiii oftly 3900 j |inile>i. .Mrs. Chas. Mar.-Jii. i^iHJ West street. ; i'SKn f-\R !J .\U (!A1N.S:- •} t t • riiI::\-i{OLKT, 102.-. l-door Svtlan. FORI) l't2.V R0AJ1STEK. -:. FOIfD. 1S2.-, Tl'DOR sfen.V-V. \ FORIl. 102c ROADSTRR. FORD. 1024 COUPK. ; FORD. lf)2.-. COirPK. '. ][ .'- .V.ATfVE l.UilBKR—aiosHy •^•jmK any dimension!^, ^ee Pant :&U£ihs at 'Owl Creek Stock Farin. 5 ^inUcs west Unmboldi or. call Bni White , Motor Co.. iplione ISO, lola. pCalns. ;' .Kain by' (iOO ip 12.^;! Kaivsas 4'it.v I'mduce. ;i \:insas City. Mo.. Dec. b' Scvom! oth^er ohoaper Fowl*: 1 Will se>l on' linif- or lriid«\ I . for anytliin.£;.[ . ' < j jiOYKfj . MOT A R .rn. SPECIAI.—Beslj springs on mitrket, 2.T year guarantee and iiO-lt). all- cotton raattres;a all for III.OQ Saturday and Monday only. Chimney Sw^eep. • . . Itiixlness and Office Eaaloineiit H IF YOr IIAVK; A DESK—A jtype- writer, an adding mat-hinf. a cash regii5teT,""filing| cabinet or| any of- . ifi .'ie furniture that yoii have stored Ij away ami would like to turn into. money, call 48."». We will buy It, or sell it for you on a small cojn- mission. Williams Typewriter do.. 113 V.'e.st Madison. TYPEWRITERS-^ For sale, rent or j trade. Williahife i Typewriter Co.; ' IK! West Madison. Farm EtjilpmeBt G. (API IKK.'^!-: Fir.sis :ii;c. i'oulli-y: f'.ci-.s<;: IS;: (luck:- 17f/2^M-: odu-r iiroduce; • iin<liaii.:;o<i-.' Kansas 4 'lfy tiny. Kaiis;is City. Mo.. Dec. t;. I API jiljiy uncliansdd. Itcceiiilj 7i; cars.! j Cikrii .Much Hiirher. ! I Chlcatro. Dec. 1<; (Al'l—Corn ; i scoivr] ii|>ul>.'itaiitial aijvaiici'. to-J I day after' an eariy decline, wheat i [rallying witli corn Commission' i liouse buying af)sorl)ed | the sur; plus offpi'HinRS of corn future de! iiyeries." unci tliere was J increased I talk of ex^rt tlemaiidj'hids of Clii- ! cago May] pri(e l>eing made for I corn at tliv Gulf of Mexi<|h free .oji I board of ships. Feederf^ in'llli- 1 nols and eastern Iowa were active b^iyers of 'lowa and -Vebraska corn pa>ing fancy jirices ;in [many in- !;tances- jCorn closed sfrojig'^ic hfjfher. wfieat Vii Ho .%c showing Vi'£t%c io ''ac and proviiinns varying place.' He is In (he Itospltal, hut In reported as doing nic«ly. Virs. Edgar has purchased a new car. C. H. Melvln tried out his new corn sheller Tuestlay. -Mrs.. Wisner wa.s.a yisiior at schrjol Tuesday afternoon. -Mrs. Wisner's gas well froze ;up the other evening and John Keys' er came out and fixed It. . Mr. antl -Mrs.' John Keyser have moved to lola.' Ed WIsuer loW Wednesday morning about a trip to Ottawa. The Imys found skating good this week. , The sixth grade look,all the hon­ ors iast week. iOarl Powell won Individual credits. Oarnet and 0>nielh Lowe have enrolled In grade 2. - . ' The manse sion. 'Home Workers" met at the [Thursday for an all-day ses- —The Register does all kindn of gold lettering at,nioderaie p.rlces. In "buylnt leather "goods for Christmas gift.s. keep Its in niintl. —Ten cent bundles of old papers for five cents t«t the Register froin now until Christmas. - • 1 Atwater-Kent New 192$ Prices Now K. Qe^im £ PlafflbiHg Co. 109 E. .MadLson 'Tfce Radio Store" P,boiie 65 llTHc net up. oats advance, from 2 cenis decline lo a ri.se of 2.'> ceut.K-. Kansas Illy Grain. ; Kansas <'iiy, Dec. ]6.| (.VP)-Wheat: Receipts i:?ri cai-s: unchanged Uj "4c higher; ^|o. 2 dark hard.. $f.4?: So. 2 hard. il.2CG 1.41%: No; .1. J1.2?@1.41; No. 2 red. nominally $1.37ifei??l.«; .No 3, »1.36. ' . ' Close: necerfiher $1.2)'i: May $1.23Ti. • Coni:fR #Jeeipi8 ,2.''.l car4; ',4 cent higher: iio. 2 wWte, SOi-; So. S, 7.t>i©76Hf: .\o. 2 yellow. SV.ifi S2 % c: .No n. 77',{. f/ 79 U c: .No. 2 mix^d 7S'.i.fi7ft'ie; No. 7.'>'i'ff •j'.ac. . ' Close: necember-7;tV4cj .May .Sfic. .Tuly 8.ST(,c; Oats: lt,ccripl.< 1 ear: unchang- ed4 So i while, nominal y r.4'..j(Ri hU-: .\o.. .1. i -rfic. Mho maize: $l.Wiil.3i Kafir: il.24rtil.27. • ? Rye: 9T,te9Sc. : a'»r!ey:.ii)(£».Sl'v. ori'd Cofiiniunity Hall .\s:*ociation of lola. S. '2 of lot I. i lock S."!. City of lola. $1.00. : JsJiuie Esther Springslor to Fred -SUtitij-'ston .SW..',i of 14-2X-1!!. SV>'. of -NW. 14-24-lft. $l.io. : . Fred E. Dickey and wife Elva .M., to Amos Shively and Ray Shively. lots 7. !•. and m, block 5, Cramer's .AddUimi to .Mildred, $2.- OflO.OO. ; Sarali Collin.-;, et al.. .lo Zella 'Sloan. Io! 1. block 6. .\Ioran Town. $1.00. Jat-ob H. Moore, widower, to npr:sie M- Riimbel, o ec'ie.s more or ie.-^s in SE corner of XW- \%. :ir.-24-2». $7 "O -00- DeCember l.'-. 1327. '; .•\va Martin lo Lillie B- I.amons. Coin, at a point '21 rod.s tiorth of the RW. cor. of .VW. '/i 36-24-18. thence East 140 fppt.^ thence »iuth 50 feet, thence West 140 feet, thence Xort ^.'iO feet to place tif ber ginning. fl .Ofl. .r. \\'.: Hackniaii. widower, fo Caro. I.. Baxter and Laura Baxter and .May W. Deyol. lots 7. and !•. block .'".6. City of Humboldt, land otiier property.* $1.00. ! 212 S. .IKFF. PHO.^iC 23 jb. K. USED C.iRS -1924 Ford:rrtad- , 1; fitor: 1!>2! Fonl,-tduring:-1923 Fi.rd H roadster: 1922 Ford coupe'' 1931 j Dodge roadster: ]92.> Chevrolet tourins: 19L'4 '(.'hevrolef.tott.rrng; 1921 Chevrolet' ton ti^uck ' with srain liody: 1921 Overland.Vtour3lis: nearly" new Intiernati6|ial trrain body for truck. Shelly Motor. Co.. lis W. Jackson. Plib. ;60. FEED ORTXDERS—Botii for ti'ac- tor and engbke povicr and fOr mounting on yortl chassis. Prices range from $37.r .O to $60. Allen. Coiinlv Imiileiiifot Co. Good Things to Eat K :-i per basket. Allen Co. ; APPl^E.^;—$1.7.-. County Cream DRESSED GEESE -And friiit c^eg t<-r C)(iristma.s.: .Mr.s. A. D.j Jlqrri- sonjola R. 3; Plione 4(4S-2i;. \ PHX^'A.NS—10c per pouml. 309: S. Che«tnitt. Phone 12:-.7W. Kau&as < ity Lives Kansas :City. Dec. 10 tV. S. Dept. of- Agrit: ^of,^. 3..=100: market unev- to Inc Jower. mostly l<j lower than yesterday's Ftotrk pig.s steady; toi) clioice 225 to 240 lbs.: li able 19f> io 300 ]hs„ t 140 to \m HK.. $7.:55f^7. injr sow>'.: $G..-.0'ti 7,o0; $7..nOC»'>«.oO; Cuttle. SgO: calves. 100: steers t«teady; to weak: moBtly i^ediuni: othei liassps caitlp in; too ik'L. ;tk)r lidit Dors^tt Produc^ Co. aoH twi. ^lixef. lola I 'hoBO 7M Cash ^r Ponjtrx and Efgi Ciju is awr U BK HT* will eome afidr ppaltry. (AP)— lull are I.— i': steady 10 15r average; |$S.'ia on Ilk: desir- .91 .(H>S.13: - pack- k. pigs. tiulk fetl ouality killing t «;d sup- GRBNNAN'S MAIRKET Comer Ei«it XoQrM and Elm Sis. IOI.A, KANSAS We Waai.Yoor eoaltry, Eggff land im»9. VM> ornipno^fK NUMBER IS SM lolaN Prodsre Honse 81 nee ]B1I. . r. O. iCOGHILL, Ma^fen CLASSIFIED RATES ; rn-AfWIFIED RATES ! Dally rate per IIRH for eon«<>eiillve InaerUons:. Ch.irK(^ rnth K\K d.i.vs Te «e Tlirt'e iliiys \»e Te Oiip <ln.v li'.': ; V"-. MItiimiirii elmrKe. :!i:<- on .iiiy ml. Mlnirriuru ea .kli. .lOr. (••iliit Ove word -Ktrt n lino. CLASSIFIKD DLSPLAT An .^rt Tuker will Kl:idly :iS»i.«t yoft if dcfireil. iw lluit the copy f«>r^vt>iir :id is jirepartil iu .such :v 111:1 rin^r iiti to hrliig the grent«^t rosulf foij .voii. AUCTTONS AaetloBi lOA PUBLIC AUCTION -Pnbirc auctl(/h every Saturday at 1:00 o'clock at Rishon's Sales Pavilion. I AUTOMOTIVE AutomobUe Agencies A ITSE :K C.\R—IS as dependable as the deiiler who sells it. Dodge Sales and Service. The best place to buv good, dependable used cars.i -At. present we have a coihplete line' of botli open and closed models; pricetl ito sell. Ellis Motor Co.. 21J' .Nottli.-Washington. _±_ AatoiBoblle« For-Sale 11 A FORD BAROAl.V-192.-> 'rortl. •nnring. $100. W> buy, sell -or trade. .\lexander Xiito ' Sales & Sttpiily (•<•.. 203 S. Wash. Pho- :!SS. BCD WHITE MOTORCO. " "• Ill'DSO-N I-:SSEX Dl-lr\I.ERS— I'UICK, 1923 FOUR TOCRINC..'- I CHRYSLER. 192C ROApSTER.i ' CHRYSLKR. 1927 COl'PE . ? DODfiE, 1922 RQ.-VDSTER. ; • DODCK, 192 .7 ROAD.STRR. r .' j DODflK. 19215 rorPE ^ - E.SSRX. 1927 C,OACJf. : 1 E.S.SEX, 3 1926. COACHES. - ' FORD, 2 1924 TOURI.NGS. FfJRD. 192f!.R(MD.STEn. FORI). 1!*2.-. IlO.VD.StER. * FORI). 192> RO-\DSTBe. J FORD. 192G'COUPE. . FORD. 1923 COUPE. : ,j FOltD,. 192C_ TOURI.NO. ; ;•: HI ''D S0.N, 1927 Standard S«lan.i irrOSON. 1927 fMJACIli: ' r JEWEtT, 1924 Touring. OVKRLAXP;;i92n COACH. OVKRLA.ND,- 1924 TOUTtLVa . OVERLAND, 1925 COUPE." ; STUDEBAKER. 1924 light Slxf .Touring. • . . ' I Cash, Terms or Trade. 219 3. WASH. i»HONB -ISO —-1- • Household (Soodi FURXITURE—^New and secjonil liand. lis East Jackson. Phone 33. -Mel W. Fliller. FimXITURE A.ND StOVES^-Car- load Ju.st arrived. A CbrJst^Cp^ Kift wOrth while., Easy pay.mcinta.' Curtis FtirnitDlre, Co.. LaHappfc . GIVE' ITER A|G. AS RANOte-T-FOT Christmas. Exchange old on new. Henninger Store. • W-^LXUT Dli^cixc—-^nd ted^om suites, oversiiiffcd parlor an tc^, largf" assortmelnt. tla-sy paymc utR. -Trade In yourjoltl CurtisFfljrBl- tiire Co.. Lalljirpe., Wanted—To 3ny PORTABLE Vi(yrR01.A—Musf he . in good condition. CaM at RegiBtfer. WANTil) TO BUY—Allrfclnda of ^ caltle and hofrs. • J. C.ButiAgnj REAL lESy|A^E~FOR Apartments and Flati 1* Rl:.NT CHEAP!—-Nicely fornlshdl five room modem horn", conJTeil' lent, close in. | Phone i>."i4- Buslness Places For Rent •a liLACKSMlTIli SHOP—And tools for rent cir .sale, .lohn Hurley, .1 Mcn-an.f Kans..' Box 475. \ ' Anto Accessories, Tlrest' VmrtB KTLA AUTO AVRECKING eoi-^ Headquarters foi* all kinds, used T)art.s> tires and tube^^ Phone 782. • i Mo* BUSINESS SRRVICB Moving, Trticklnir. Storage^' 85 CALL DEAN TR.\NSFBR — ^hoD"* .ss.'.. will move yon by hour dr^oa- tract, with experienced men.- ; Farms and land For Itent '76- SO ACRESi-Improved. lor said or ' trade. 4 west, iV^ north lola. Wj. P*^ Kennedy, lola I K. 1. 240 ACRE FAIJ^M—Well Inwroi^ed.^ 100 acres, under ctvltivation. balance hay anil pasture; a g.ood . .stock farm. L. E. Brannoii. ;315 North Washington. .'' House's I For Bent (;-AR.\GE-^.\t 202 North Sycamoro street, good entrance- . i HOUSE— Nice 3 roOm cottage fur- ' nished; 'or wilt sell on'^saiall nwnthly paymjftrts. C^ 1S68J. i CHRYSI.ER ".".8" 3BI3A.N -1920 Studebaker sedan: Chrysler "S')" coupe: Chryslty "6ft." sedan: 192fi Ford roadster: 19Z5 Fiird sedan. All are in good ?Uape. /We tratie. Rcss Arbucklcs .fiar.ige.'jChrysler dealers. Phone 5fi •. ' WHEN YOU MOVE—Or store [yoir goods cairCorr's Transfer. Offl.5e 140. residence JiO: ''• P \KI^\Xn - - Dealers — PO.NTI AC i'2S Oakland^ coach, like new; '26 ;0akli)nd coiipe; '2tl Pontiac eoach: t '25 Buick Jlj^ht six touring, 'ilua shajjc;. '23 Ford- cjoupe: -'25 Ford tudpr, good, lots of extras: '26 Fortl roaflster; Ford roadster, box on rear;; '25 Chevrolet - touring; '24 Dfl<ige tourlojg, good. Several other cheaper usetl cars.' Casli; "terms or trade. Hobart Motori Co. Money to liOani-jXdrtgaces.; .p FAR.M AND CI-TV LOANS—Bjjae rate on farms, .'>^; ..cityr 6'.'. laitg or short time. R.; M>. Cttnninghat!^ FAR.M LOA-N'S—Quick service • aiid reasona'bic rates,' A. D. Hawthorne. W'^West Madison. : FARM AND CITY: LOANS—At; car- rent rates? Liberal, terms. Prtimpt service. Your biisiu .oH .H appreciated.'Cair on The Alle'n Coimty Inycstmciit; Co.. Kelley Hotel ^dg., '; lola, Kansas. i, .• HOU^E—Seven jroom modern^c oge . in., garage. Jnck-soir Realty.- Co., 'over Brown's prug Store. ' \ HOUSE :—Seven'room mddemj age for two cars, close,in. Reuthcr. 'I REAL ESTATE FfflR AP-\RTME.NT—jSteam-heated-j ni« d- ern. furnished or ! unfnndsned. after Christmas. "B. B." car0lthe Register.-' Farma and Land For aate - ^ WELL IMPROVED SO ACRBSf- And well established fining.i stk*' tion oh main tt^ail north and south.- Prlce 16,600 toi both. M. A. SchKek. 4

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