Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 19, 1927 · Page 5
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1- • [By :TAe i«s»oc»o»cd Presa] •Prflgrams In Central Standard time. 'AU Xitne ij< P. M. unless otherwise in. ditattH). Wave IcnRths on left ot call lettchs; kilocycles on rlc'it. .3^.»— Web'H.WJJD CHica (i«>-^ f 7:00—Sicbcrlini; Sl'nRcra 7:30—Se:ily Air Weaveni S:30—c:iillilrcn'a ProEram.. MooM- heart 416.4 t-WGN-WLIB Chicago— 720 i 272.6—WPG Atlantic City^llOO 6::00i^IJinnrr Mu .xic a;OC-BriaBe Lessons ; 28J5.5—WBAL Baltimprt—1050 ; "6 .Kjl-Mulp Quariet 7;00—Stronilirrc Carlson Orchestra S;00—nance Orchestra 508^2—WEEI Boston—590 7:nP-.SflI)crlIns .Slnc'trs J>i:(ni—Kveready Hour a:0o—Auction rtrlilge Games !•:<()—Dance MtJslo ' " 4(1.3—.WNAC Boston—<50 . - 7:0(V—'.l.;r»ey Jlcc-Jarcs S::0—yulnirt S;O0-liance Orrhcatras . ,- Wi^B^WGR Buffalo—»«0 ; ()0"-'V|berllns'KiMK''r>i T •;0--f4 aly Air Weavers ' >i •n~K\.»reailv Hour »,fi«—Aur>t!r>n BrIiJre Gainr!! v S«5I1—WMAK Buffalo—550 i I.'.—Santa Claus —SlrinB Knsi'mbl«» _ _ S:I.-,—Hadio MoVic Club / S35.4—WTIC Hartford—560 .1 t:nOT-.<!i"iberlUiK Singers !>:np—.iuotlori Bridge Games »;3((^Danc« Orchestras (1 Jir.) 422.3—WOR Newark—710 <;;fl(i_rhoir Invisible - 'jjio—Xallianiel Kobln. Piano :":li—Symphonic Mu.-ic .»;45—Old |j-'r<-nrh Carols 454.3—WJZ New York—660 - T:l\<!—Slr^jmbcnf-Carlson Hour J !<:W—Continentals : ¥ f - —c:amboliers •• !):.-.0—Jaz3 Zither . rO:00—.Slumber Music 491:5—WEAF New York—610 - I:W»-S»»jb«rllns Singers 7::;?—j?<fa"iy Air '.V;;»*»rj S:lJ(i—Kvcrcady Hour ' - StW—Auction Briiluc Ganus ;>:nt>—ralais D'Or Orchestra 405.2—WFI-WLIT Philadelphia—740 Tot)—SciberlinR Singers 7:^0—tSealy Air Wc:ivers ; S Ki—Kveready Hour •J' D:oi)—Auciion Bridge Games 349.6—WOO Philadelphia—860 - «:r,p—Childrcn-s Half Hour 315.6—KOKA Pittsburflh—950 • .'•.:00—Dinner-Coiii ort 7 :00--StrombiMS Carl«on Orchestra • S:«0—tVmtinciitals . .:483.6—WJAR Providence—620 " 7 Tpn^Siiborline Singers _ .vftO—Kvircady Hour 9 : OO—Auction Kridsc Gaines 277.6—WHAM Rochester—1080 7 f>0—.Stromlicrc ("iirKun Orchestra not)—Studio rrocram 10.00—Hoincsteailers 379.5—WGY Schenectady—790 7:l>0—.Scilierliiig .'^itigers 7-..W—.Spaly Air Wc.ivcrs R;ftO—Kvcreaily Hour - 9.00—Auction Uridcc Garner • 333.1—WBZ s.prlnBfield—900 7:11(1—.Strninbcrc-Carlson Orchestra !!:i>n-Muslc;U Hour 9:05—Dance Music ' 356.9—CKCL Toronto—840 : •• fi pO—-IN.tpuIar Mnsi*r , 7". 7. fio-S^'mphontc D.'iiict* t^»rclicf-tra lii:i»0 —i;dtiilu»no ItrcurtNrs -- . 468.5—WRC Washino'ton—640* 7;fin—.Srilirrling Sinters 7-Scaly Air \V<a\cim >!:i(0—ICvcread.v: Hour :i ;i )0 —.Yuclimi Brlrlcc Gaiites ^ a:.-!0—ILndio Cavalcade , • 516.9—WTAG Worc»»ter^580 . 7S'-ili'-rliiig Singeri X:Cn_:. lUinil. ^< ' - 9.1*0—Auclinh llrlilsc Gani'ca 7:.".«—Song itecllal J 8:00—Evcrea'dy Jlour < 9;00^.\uctlon Bridge Games , 34^.6-:>Vl.S : Chiiago—^ C: 00—Supperhcii; PrYxjrani <:t'i)—Kludc Iladio Hour' 447.5—WMAQ.WQj bhicago— «70 } e::!0—Dinner Concert ' £ S:O0—I'l.inlKt and Cli<}Ir (2 hrs.) / 10:00—Orchestra (3 hrV.) / 428.3—WLW Clncihn^l— 700 / 7:IT)—Pronley JCn.ienible / ij .S:00—f'oncerl Or.heRtra ' Jt 9:30--^Studlo I'eaturc " 3 «i .2—WSAI Clnclnnatr -«20 ' S;n«—|(v<<rea(ly Hour •j:<io—Auction Brldjre Oamra 9:30—Ulno and Khln« J 399.8—VVTAJVI Cttveland— 7M T 7:00—Sclber'ling Singers J. 7:::0—Senly Air Weftvf rs / ' i :00— KVf'ready Hour ' h 9:00—Auction Brldce Games 282.8—WAIU Colombus—10 «0 f 5 :00—Or.hesiras /• 545 .1— WFAA Dallai—550 ; 7:00—SeiberllnB .Sinffcr.i 7::.()—Sea4y Air Weavers Morning aJlE lO^L DAnM IffiEgam ^eyeAfcKYJSiyjNG. PECgWBER fe .igg?. Choral / a:OO—Wed n< •• da y Club 30:00—Bridge Games 374.8—woe Davenport— 800 7:.10—SellJerling Singers S:ii0—Kvftready Hour 9:i'0—.Auction I^ridgc Games 535 4—WHO Des Moines— 560 7:0^—Seiberling SInsers -9:00—Auciion Bridge Games / 9:30—Hisc and Shine 440.9—WCX-W J R.Detroit— 880 B:no—The Dreamers ' ' 7:00—Strombere-Carlson Orchestra S:'iO—General Mo^rs IMrty U:u0—Bed .Apple Club :i2 hrjj ' 352.7—WW J Detroit—850 , 11:00—Seibcriins Singers 7::;o—Scaly .Mr .Wi-avers ' !i:«0—ICveready Hour 9:00—.\uclion Bridge Games 499.7—WPAB FcFTt WortlJ—60p 6:no^jruslcal Period - ^ S:oO—Varied Proftram 361.2—WOS Jefferson City— 820 S:l.".—Vooitional Radio School ; 370.2—WDAF Kansas City—810 (1:0"—School of the Air • ,r 7:"i»—Seiberling Singers ./ 7::;o—.Scaly AiriWeavers » ^:Olr—Kvcready IHouf 9;U'>—.\uctlon Bridge: Games 293.9—WTMJ Milwaukee—1020 9:00—.\uction Bridge Ua'mes , 9:30—l';il .iis d'Or prchestra 405.2—WCCO Minneapolls-St.Faul-i740 «:r.fl-i-R aii.I B. Family • S;iHi _);vcr .iidy Hioir i , 9:0U—.Suction Briilgo Games: , j' 508.2—WOW Omaha—590 r 7:00—.s.iliirliiic Singcr.-i ; I'.oo—Au<;tl(in Bridec Games; 9;.".0-'Samo as WJZ ; " 499.7—WO AI San Antcnio:—600 5:30—Gcljliardt Mexican' I'lajjcra 545.1—KSD St. Louis—550, 7:00-Siilicrliiig .SingcrS • .soil— i:vcl.;ii|y ll.iur 9.00— .\uclioii r.i iilgc Ct.imes : Jr 348.6—KVOO Tulsa—8t0 r.:Oil-Djiri.c r>rcli<->tra 7:00 -Scil.crliiiK ."^InKirs ',.7.i< s.-aly Air:Weavcr.t ./ '9:"0—iii.'tni!n*-.-.*al Coiii:ert • I 344.8—WCBP Zion—870 i:''0—Miiihliiiiti anil i.Mliai; '(;iub: Or' (•..(.stial I!clt*;-VoCBl; Trio I I- hrs ) •- SOUTHERN 296.9—WWNC Asheville—1010 ^.Of).l-I»tniirr Mii.-('' 9 <'0—.\uction Bridge Cii?..; . 475.9—WSB Atlanta—bW T 00—.v.-iljcrliiig Siiiu'ts "^'Ati} —l -^VfTc ^ady Ii'miit 9;ti0—Auction 'Br!ii-.i- 245.8—WOOD Cha|ttanooga—1220 7:S0_Studlo Progi.irii S.tifl—OrclieFtra ' • 384.4—KTHS Hot Springs—780 , fi:.no—Farmers Ba.ii.i i ;u<iii.iUMua 7 :;:n—Concert ."•:IK)—Bridge I.evsi,r< S:30^The Me.ssi:i:i • 336.a—WJAX J.icksonville - iSO I".; 00—Th'-ater I •>..l: :: Tit''0—Dinner .Mii «:00—Dance Mn<i.• 461.3—WHAS t.ouisvil!e-:-«90 7;i>0—Seiberling Sinijers X;*M)-j-Kveready Hriur ;':U0—Auction Brids^, Game"! : 516.9—WMC MeMphJs—580 ' .>:;00—Kvvre .Tdy ll.piir 9;00—.Aucticti Kri.lK.- '7.-»n'"^ . I 336.9—WSM N.-.shville—OM T :00):—Seilierl 'Tiu .^ivs-T^ s,noL-i;\.-rraily II.ur 9:901—Atji;iun P .ri .i-.- <;.i ;.'i <s • CENTRM- 526—KYVl/ Chicaso—570 7:00—Stronii" i:;-' ^i! ii Orclivatra S:"()—ContiiaM.i'. .: - I'.'.iO—Congrtv I WESTERN 325.9—KOA Denver-920 T::lO-Iiiniii r Cmicert —I'iirin Qiie.-Silnn Box 9:00—Bri•l^e l.,i:ssnn.M 468.5—KFI Uos Anocles—640 9:"0_i.-|rp. Department Orch,eslra .)o;.:i)—.NBC I'logram 11:00—i;vircady Hour IJ:0O—.N'BC Program 416.4—KHJ Loi Angeles—720 10:00—Classiciil Xlcvicw 11:00—Music Uyvlcw 336.9—KNK Los Angeles—890 11:0n—Chinese .'Theater 11 :3U— Kealurc' J'r.ogram 384.4—KGO Oakland—780 11:00—i;veready Hour ]J:0o—Betold Tales , / 508,2—KLX lOakland—590 s:no—Djnner Concert ' 10;ou—Dance Program (2 hrs.) 491.5—KCVy Portland—610 10:30—.\lucti on Bridge Games ll:.:o—Kvcready Hour 12:00—Ketold Tales 454.3—K FRO San Francise*—6p0., 9:00—C.ci:f:ilis ln:,io—Concert Orche<ra ll:oi'_Uai7.:c Orchestra (i hrs.) 422.3—KPO San Francisco—riO J0 :30 _.\uctii-.n rrfdg? Games 'i.'.Ct -.VFC IY05r ;(m 447.5—KFOA Seattte-'67« 10:39—.\iictioa ' Brlilse Game? 11:U0—Kvercady Hour 348.6—KJR Seattle—860 II :00—"Vodvir^ U";"U—Dunco Music (2 hrs.) 370.2—KHQ E.pok^ne—810 ;o:-n_:..\uct:<iii BridKc Os.iiv!. l:"Oa—Dunce Jlui-ii; | > i AVlicn JEFF HARRISON, gajif^ •bli.T, is killetl In a poker gafttc'in Cald'weH, Kas., hfs 13-year-olil BOii. T 6XY. is tafkeh to thTe Brtr K ranch in tbc Indian territory by iJOE CRAIO. Tlicie Tony Is wclcouicil by TITUS MOORE, owner of Uie Bar K brand, and his little d'aiiRhter. RITA. Auotlicr who has •befriended Tony is,GORDON W, LILIJE. who later" becomes known as PAWNEE BtLL when lie teathoH school at the Indian rnscrvatfoif in Pawnee. Ill th»- months that follow, re- porlR cofne.to the Bar K of the acflyiiies of the now notorious Uonion ganB. TOM BENTON be- Inu the murdprcr of Jeff Harrl- KOII. • * • (niAi>TWR XVIII. On a day lnio In Seplemher flv« HM'n rqdi- ufi the m^iin street of Wf-linRlon and halted In front of a liTllo bank. Three of them dismounted: two of the.w walked;inside the tiank and the thinj Ire- niained outside and leaned' carelessly against the .building. Two men were loafing on the porch of the general store neist to the! bank, and to these the one who slouched so carelessly addressed a low-voiced'remark. » "Just s;t the way you are and keep on talking like noUiing's go- ingi on." • The idlers looked up in surprise. It was it hot day and they had found it pleasant to sit iii the shade and chat about the, crops. They blinked in puzzled fashion .at the daiik-skinned, thin-faced .man who iaij spoken and then, their eyes encounteringjthe two mounted men acrtiss the street, swift comprehension dawned in their faces and they sat as if stunned. •It won't "be nioro than two or three minutes," the,thin-faced hian continued; "and then you can go home and toll vour.kids you saw a bank robbcty.", He parted^ the jnin at his hip., "The first one that ! tries to get up or raises his volce'll ! git something that's bound not to do him any. good." The men on the porch of the general store turned a shade or two paler and made heroic efforts to ! conUirue their conversation. Just as if iioihiiiR out of the ordinary were liappoiting. The thin-faced one smiled contemptuously and Winked at his, companions, with the horses. Inside, the liank, a liig. bearded Mian protluced a gun and walking dirrctiy to the cashier, demniid'eil that ho open the safe and hand but all the ninpcy. ".My paitiicr licre." lie said, indl- i-atiug hiK compauio.n." has a bag ' ill one hand and -si six-shooter in I ihp other. When all :hr- money's corralled you kin stick it In the bag. We doji't care much tor the 1 silver: give us all your bills." I Tliice niiiiiites lai-"-, the pair 1 liacked 'toward the door and the jbcardeil man dellvore.1 a parting j admonition. - "Don't anyliody move {outside* Jlie bank for live minutes I ami you'll dll keep y.itir health." Tln'ii ihey calmly stepped into 'the street, thdr retreat covered by I the man who had remained just outside. He aUowed them to mount tlieir horses ibefore ho sprang to l»is own saddle. the proprietor of the general ttore, attracted by the i>re.s"nco of some- thin.g unusual outside, stepped'to the door with a rifl-? in his .hands. Before he could raise* it to his slioulder or jump back from the deiorway. ihe thin-fated man had fired. The storekeeper fell forward with a bul'.fci tirough his 'icwrt aiid lay twitching and qnlvc;r:ng on the floor full he porch a: the feet of the two farmers. ".Now then." cried the one who had sli'.i him. ' you two sit whtre you are or you'll kh >he same do-'-e." "Why -u Iscll do y.)i.! talk so miuh"'" t'lf beardeil man demanded ciii't!v; 'C'vime on: vimiv wisting tiili.;.' He diii; vicious spurs into his hor.se and was the others at ''li.s li.'cls. Kiftoei: minutes later they thun- dei'i'd p:i;t the Ullie-Stslller flour mili. AI Lillic. brother of Pawnee Bill, saw them pass and was instantly suspicious: so much .so that he ran for. his revolver and eihptied it in a futile stream of leid at the flying figtires. laoH'NPOiP. A GOOto GUESS. Et2NE&X LYNN that the nuturiety of tlio Benton sang bad spread to (bat part of the cciintry and that scv^erali its members had been seeij iki the vi- cinitv.'or Pawnee. '•At: least, folks seem jto .think they beipngcd to lUe Beniou gang. Tt's pretty ^nerally tbovght that they have a Iiidc-out dowii In thU part of the countr.v." i Concerning himself, Pawnee Bill wrot'j that the caittlc deal had been completed. ."Except fojr the aale. My stock Is up near Wcilihgtou for •he -winter. Instead pfj buying Texas cattle I hought down In the Chickasaw Nation. Scv^n of us sttft-ted ojii for Texa.i, and down near Okmulgee we rail into a hunch pf Creek Indians. They were on the wdrpath. nlthpugh I dIdn'lH know it. They halted when ihey saw us and looked us oyer^ltbput saying a wcA-d, and I, like a fool, tried to swap |i piuU for one pt their horstH., "They wtiuldn't answer nie.Nbut KHt tbet e for a few minutes mor<; and then rode off. ; When wo reached Okmulgee, deputies verp. {^^eing sworn In to go duC and get the Creeks. I guess I i was pretty 1 clo.se-<Q losing my scalp, i About the cattle. Down near the Texas border we ran into a cowpuncher named Billy Dunlaj). j He'd -tieen dow^ in Texas on the j same business ye ^'^f <)n and he said that talk about a | drought in Texa? was a lie. He insisted that better cattle cpuld be I thought in Oklahoma, and more reasonably. The Kansas larniersi with me woitl'Mi't believe him ami insisted on going ahead, hut Ij went w:ith Dunlap. 1 b9Ught a hiindred head from Tandy Walker, a Chickasaw Indian who used to be an officer in the Confederate, army. Dunlap bought his at. the same lime and wfe drove thera'up thp Chlsholih Trail to. Kansas. 1 paid six dollars a head and expect to make a nice profit. MeanwhiVe, though. I'xe got tp make some money while my cat^ tie fatten, so I'm back In Pawnee for a while as interpreter. 'I might decide to go in the show business wtith Buffalo Bill. I guess 1 didn't tell yoii' about it. but wl^ih: I was here before 1 roomcii for a while with'a youpg fellow named Charlie Burgess. He's the son of the Burgess who spent s^ many years with the Pawnees iu Nebraska and finally brought them down .Jieie. Charlie's working fcir Buffalo Dill, ami he was diiwii hei-c to SCO if he could get hold of half a ilozen Pawnees for Cody to put on in a Wild West ;^ho'.v. ".Major Bowman wouldn't let hliu- take any ludian.s without; permission from Washington. |and he Lcouldti't get permission.' It seemis that Charlio notified Buffalo Bill that there i^as a young man down tcrc with long hair, wlio could niake up like an Iiiilian and jdo tlieir dances and whci soemod to be a great friend of the Pawnei?s. j So Kiiffalo Bill writes me; to bring' along some Indians ^and join him. I found the letter hci'cin my dUl rooming house. It liad heen laying around for two or thrpe. months. I wrote to Cody, and he isays it's too late to do anything this year, but he wants mc to line up some' ,^ .. ^ Indians and go with hlin next At that"momenti"P'"''>e- '•"> "ot aiming to get pcr- mis.sion from the gpvernment.' I guess I'll take the risk. "Why don'i;you and Tony sad-llo up some ilay and come down to pay me a visit? I'm thinking it would be a great t^ing for the boy to I spend a little tin.e eloi|.'n ' TLOWERS AMD PbRTH JN AaASHY TAKE OlAMOMO MAKES IT SEEM THAT, ISSPENDIW MONEV LAVISHLY OP.CATC ANOYOli CANT , |8EtN6ABlT[ pouxeo 1 GOOONIflHT.POP- PlD YOO 9EETHERINS iSlLL'S WEARtf*<S? VIHV IT ALMOST TOOK MY.SRiATH yeAH.':-AM't THAT KlCf GETS ALi-HIS MONe^ - NCf?Ol3r6PHIS .SAUAftY. TOAT'S A C/NCH! BY f A YL^ '' WELL. IT 'S MY GUESS^; THAT HE RUNS,AROUND f; VilTH A GANG THAT PLAY9 POKER.' LOONT kJNOW- BOT CEPTAIM OF ONE THING-J \'j^r mm X -HE D0N'T GET'ALL THAT^ MQNEV PLAVINKSSOUTAIRE' among the Indians. You know how kids are. Anyway. Tm; right fond STOCK MARKET IS VERY.ACTiyE Active Bidding Sends-Up Many Shar^ io New High Lbvels Now York. Dec. 19. (API-Active- bidding for a wide assortment of ptml specialties, more than a score, of which were elevated to record higli levels, niort! than offset the devrlopnirnt of a few weak" spots in loday'.>i stork iiiarkct. IMiblica- lioii of aiiollicr .'.(••rii's cif op'tiiiiislic l!il'!> l)U;<ini'!^s rorecasls. coiiplcd with a (ixilinii.'itiiiii of (•••I'sy m'ont'y rates, stiiiiiilaleii Inilli^h ciilhiisi- a.-'iii. .\diiMi«-(' In Wiieuf. Chicago. Dec. (.\I'(- ICvtning up of ;i <-coiinl .s .so as to |irc|i ;irc for the rnit.rl Slates government crop report to be issued after the close led to a iiiatc-rial advance in wheat valiKis lochiy. Some notice was also taken of reports iliat low icnipcrniiires and- ali .scncc of siiowj protection had . probably caused , Wilinolh. son nf Cluirlif damagu to tloincstic winter wheal, tit Deer Creek iiei .^liborluHjd.- has Com was influenced by liidica- registereil a-^ a < oni busker, for Hons of c;q)ort demand at I'hila- working in tlio Kiifus .Martin fields delphiu and, tlie lJulf of .Me.vico. that yield ahoiif !u busliels i>er \ Wheat closeii Jinn, ^»c to .l',c acre, ,he huskvd I'M bushels and net higher: corn at a shade to %c <•) pounds in ft'., lioiir.^. I^e hauled advance: oats sliowing 'sc to '^c hi.s own corn in and took dinner at gain and provi.siqjjf varyiiig from ^ the liouse piid took an. empty 7c decline to a rise of ITc. \v;.:;f'n back in the afl.ernoon. Will. Thrclkold wa.^ in Qaruett Kansas City Produce. Thursday and completeil the pur-. , Kansas (.'ity. Dec. 1ft. (APi^-Biil- chase of what was formerly «hu hereiter: creamery. r,:;c: in large riuan-^ Wni. Smith residence property in AUCTIONS Anctlons. lOi NEWS NOTES FROMCOLOHY A^erj wniiicilh >nined Chnhipion lorn Hnsher—Threlkeld Family Miiie«. lo C^arneit. PUBLIC AUCTION—Public anoHon every Saturday at 1:00 o'clock; at Bisli6p-s Sales Pavilion. in:BI,lC AUCTION—1 will sell at public' auction at 211 N. Sycamore, Wednesday. Dec. '21. at 1 o'clock, all of the furniture and hoy.-c- 'hold goods of the osta^le of CJrwd- nin Decker, including'fiirniturn- of a l"-r6om house. Beds, dressers. •rugs.stoves. ranges, dipiug taljfes: library tables, stanils, stools, ijho- Icuni. pictures, ilishes. cooliing utensils, ai^fl nitmy cUhcrr articles loo ntiuiorous to nienlfiin. This fiirniiuro is all in the l)est> of sltavo. .and wil? he ihe 'best sale of its kind held in lola for a-hing Mnv. jC. S. Risliin;. .\uctioneer. ^Al «WUNCEMENfsT~ BUSINESS SEBVlCBj WBEiN YOU MOVfi—Or sfbre y«ar KDodt call Corr's Transfer. Otft*e 140. residence 140.- i fiMPLOtMENf IWn Wanted—Feniiiln AVA.VTEIV-Experienc-eeruiihttaipii il giii oi woman servant, •wiihjjn {- erencesffor g;eheral housewoij^ tr country; two ehildreii: twelv-efdc I- lars week; children's wa^ii igr only: ten miles from lolaj'<n' pavod road. Address ^'Oirl," .jiaj-c Register. : , jl- StlmifloM WtetM-Feaflile-l » •E.KPERtK.\OED OfK*. — W>nlti housework. Call phone 418J<ir. jit SOS North Chestmit. Money tq^Loan—Mortgage» i jli> FARM AND' CITY LOANS—Bai-i rate on farms, V,'., city 6^e. _^jig: or short time. R. M. CtinnlngnaBi; FARM LOA.VS—Quick servic^ntl reascinafble rates. "A. D. Hawthorne. IS'^. West Madi<ion. , ^ FA.RM AND'CITY LOA.NS—At ;car- fent rates. Libe.ral ^erms. Proimt service " Your business abofe'clal- servlce." Your business a'ppfec ed. Call on The Allen Conitty Inrestment Co., Kelley Hotel Bhfe,^ lola. Kansas; • M0N6Y Tti IX)AN—On famis or! cKv property. Lowest rate, atewaaft & Funk. \ :s . i' .MONHY TO LOA>;—On really repayable in spiall mpinthry^ merits. These, loans never ,copre<|tte -better because chejaprer atia pfpife: cc)i!veriien"t. SecntHj' BuildlnisJfc Loan Assn.. tst Natl. Ba^k glfe- LFVE STOCK Dojrs, Cats, Other Pets CAN.A.RIES-r.'. good singers. - Ijn- quire Hi Nprth Ohio. _ ^Iprscs, Cattle. TeHclea DANDY SADDLE MARE-^r wot Id trade ^or gdod woi'k Horse. Gfo. \ ft. 'f^pfti, Geneva, J^ns". PoiWry And Snpplies 75 LEGHORN HENS --Ehglttih strain. Geo. H. Tippin. Gen<Sfa. Kansas. " Xf^m For Sll« CORN SH^LLBR—Power (•fXiin cr wft'li cleaner only $5ii. T. B. Sh^ii- iion Hardware. _ Strayed, Lost, Fciinnd ] 10 BIAf^K- LE-Vru'ER PUKSKr-ypn- taininS money, gla.sses, etc.,;:on tsrreta Saturday. Finder please leave ai IJecist^r. Reward, til COLO.N'Y Ka-«.. Dec. IT,—Avei V Uilmoth. titles. 48e: packing. 2Sc. I the southeast i)art of town and Bwtterfat: 4^>c: preniitini., extra •'which sine c his death had pa.ssed jof Tony.antl I'd sure try to showMquality, .•?c. ,.U) .Mrs. Ve.lma Og'leii of Chanute. jhim a nice time." i Eggs: firsts, ."..">c: .seconds. -'lc;:The Tlirelkeids lyi;! n:nve .is soon Craig showed, the letter to Tony.; candied current receipts. ;!:!c., as thfv put thr^ liou.^e in ii.'li:iir. Harrison, and the toy expressed a'! pfiuUry: heavy hens. 2oc: lis lit j _x. llttskey leturnea the liisi keen de.sire to pay Pawnee Bill a hens, Uc: springs. iycift23c: roos-l„f ueek_£rom Iowa, where h-; visit., , ters. llcfil.-,c; ducks. 17c'ri20c;j„,.„t to attend the fiineial of his "Duniio."! .-wid Craig, .scratching gee.se. ISc: turkeys. 2Cc«j:;.".c. 'sister^ Mrs. Henrv .loons, whose his head. -Better see what the deatli occurred December 11. colonel says." "Of course," declared . TItii Moore, and smiled. "Two years an more <if ranch life must be sort of j unchanged, .monotonous to a hoy that's been used to traveling Ijke you!Tony. I think It's a good iilea. 6raig, you go along with, him: I guess I can spare you foi^ a wi^k. If Tony wants, to stay longer, let him. It'll ido him good," j Th» end of that week Craig and (Ttmy Harrison left for ! Pawnee. K;C. Hay by I'. S. (irades. Oliii Mincklev.anrived home from iKdi- AUTOMOTIVE Antomohlle Agencies ; M A i;SED't:AR--ls as dcpeiidablj! .is the dealer who' sells it. Dt}dge .Sales and Service. Tha best pfecrt to biiv good, dependable used ci&rs. At present -we have a complete;^ine of 'bofhi open and closed models, priced ito sell. Ellis Motor-Co., 214 Nprth TV'ashington. HUDSON>ES§PX—Sales.ana SiPfz ice. Bifd W^'ta Motor Co., :-2l9 •Soritb. Washington. Phong IfO. AntoBiobnes For S^<f . 11 CHEVROLET SEDAN—Late model : four door sedan, five new tires,' bumpers.. 128-5. AVili sell on 0riie or ttarte for anything. Bover Motor Co.; 212 .S. -leff. Phone 23. EXTRA SPECIAL—lft2r> Ford touring. .?100. Wo 'buy. roll or trade. Alexander -Auto Sales & Siipply Co. 2ff3 S. M'ashingion. Pho. v!8S. •N'ATIVE l.U.MBBR—MQstJy oik, any dimensions. See Paul Atkins at Owil Creek Stock Farm, 6 ml es west Humboldt or pall Bud AVh te .Motor; fo., phone ISU, lola, iKa , SPEClAl.r—Best springs on .niafk|t, 2!i year guarantee and .'ip-lli. ajll- cotton mattress all for .fll.OfV Sar- •iirday and .Monilay only. Chimfecy Sweep. • . I- Easiness and OIHce EqnlDmeiit M Tyr'EW'RITERS—For sale. rcnt.W trpde. Williams Typewriter Co.. lift West Madison, . Farni Ecinipment FEED GRINDERS—Both for trac- iqr and engine power .and. Jpr mounting oh Ford chassis. Priciee range from $37.,=>0 to $60. Allen t;ountv Tmprepiept Co. ^ •. eoidji TnHjgs to Eat -'-il .\PPLES—11.7.5 per bia.sket. Allen- County Cream Co, Phone 88. DRESSED GfiJBlSE—And fruit cakes «.ff.r Chri.stmas. Mrs. A. .D. Mofri- .son. lola R. ?,. tnione S4.S-21. Hjinigehold ^ft'ods isi Kansjas <'ity. Mo.. Dec. 19. ( AIN !A .^jji,,™ did-. S. Dept. of Agricunure.-Hayl,,.^^. . "Out of range.'" he exclaimed iThe colonel, mounted-on the splr- disgusfodly. '•Shouldn't have ieftjlted thoroughiircd. Famil. rode a my -gun so far away.',' He snm- few miles with them. ".\*ow. Craig," moned his fathor and the two oi i were his parting words, "you take them roile into Wellington. good care of that boy and:don't let The outraged' citizenry pursued sny Indian girls run off with hini. the bank robbers for hours, but. re- He's setting to be about the most tuiueil late that night empty-hand-'reliable hand Ive got on tlie Bar <'<l: ami woril w.ent out to Wlc-hita, K." He smiled broadly. Caldwell. Arknnsis City. Htiniiewell I Craig grinned. "You just wat<Ii anil olliei tiiwns to ho on the look-,nio ride herd on hlin. Colonel. I've /out for the llonton gang. i promised hlin a couple of door on ' .lot! fraip. when hoard of lf ..'>'"r Way dowii. We'll just sort of cursed fluentl.v. ,\ month later ajanfble along and see what hunting Rock Island train was helil up and I wo-can find. I'm real anxious to several thousand dollars takem'oe wh.it he can do with a rifle. fniiii the express car This band, too. was led by a beuided man. .\ lot tor from; Pawnee Bill, postmarked Pawfoo, Informed Craig now that he's suth a ileail shot with a six-gun. I'm getting right proud of the boy." Ho clucked to his horse. "Come on, Sergoa'nt; let's be piittinc some Pf^^^ I dirt behind those feet of yours. . 'i I mt..... ir..A.... Iii.. I.'.iii.l invited to "Sa """rJcf ri50 ^'''5u- Of the members are Alfalfa ^-Choice J^^^^JJ--;,,,resent and the exchattge ..f gifts (f/lft: .No. NO. 1. ?l «-=^!J 'J '^^^,,™'-*Viwin ho .lolightful features of tl.o - »1-':>""1«''"- -^o- -"joccasion as wey as a nice program. i9(i(V:. Kan^UN (Hy liraln. MiH.«es Beit ha and Evelyn AVclls and Yvonne Hester who are attending businc-s college at Wii hila OAKL.\ND — Dealers - PD.NTIAC '2ii. Oakland c-oupe: •2b' '^Poijtiav. Coach: •2-% Biiick lishi sfx touring, fine sliapr: '2.1 Fi;rd coupe: '2.') Ford tudor. Frotitonac heail. counter 1talance<l craiik shaft', all extras; •2t) Ford roadster: Ford roadster, box (in rear: '2."> Chevrolet touring: .21 Dodpe touring. goo(f:.'26 Oldsmcirpiic c-oa'h. ^'Severa! other chor.per used cars. Cash, terms or trade, tiobari ^lotiir .Co. O. K. 1,'SED CARS—lft2l Ford roadster: 1924 .Ford touring: lft22jFord roadster: 1922 Ford coupe :J ll>2:t Fbril cU)iipe: lft21 Dodfre rdajlstoj-: l<t2.'. Chevrolet louring:: lft24 4:hev-j rolet tTiuring: lft27 Chevrolet ton truck, with'cirb: lft24 Chevrolet FURNITUftK—New ' snd i seefital hand. 118 East Jiackson. ; Phone, ?.?,. ^lel W. Fuller. : FLTRNITURE AND STOVES-^ar- loqcl ju'sf arrived. A Chrls^ig is giff worth while. Easy paymaJi 3. Curtis Furnfture Co.. LaHarpe. GIVE HER A GAS BA.VGIi-^F i Christmas. Exchange old c^n nep. Heiininger Store. WALNUT DINI.VG—And bedi suites, overstuffed parlor stii large assortment. Easy paymp Trade in your Old. Curtis Fn; tare Co., LaHarpe. WHAT-—Would make a nicer Christmas gift -than a nice pi^e ot furniture, rug, stove, trunk ior J raveling bag? I have thcin at • prices tliat-canrt be beaten. Bryson Furniture Store. . . ' . Wanted—To Bay CHRISTMAS CARDS GIBSON'S Titos Mooro waved his hand to 154!-,:'?; u7c; Nm .j.i'i: .May Corn:; Receipts .'i'i'2 cars. I'n- cliangejl to Ii; .liivv.'i-; .\'o. 2 white. 77v4'>(70c: No ~*>'<i~~'in<". So. 2 yellow; .SOI;.'?/Ml-: .No. ::. 7Tff/7fto: .Vo: :: mlxid 7A>..f/T:i',::c: .No.. 7.5 UfiTS <..,(•. Clo.-e: .iK-c. 7ftc: .May .S.5%<-; .liily-.>s-%e. flats: Reri'jpts :; ear-. iMarki.t I unchanged; .No. 2 nliiie. liomiiially Yale R^dio Batteries FOR SALE BY SHANNON'S Dorsett Produce Co. IMS East Street, lole Fboae 7M Cash for Ponltrj and Eggf Call any tlBCu We vin come after poildr. GEBNNAN'S MARKET Coner East JfABraie. api Eln its. fdfcA, irAXSAS We Want Your Poultry, EggB and Hides. A.>D 01R PHOXE XriCBER IS 876 IvInN Prndnee Ilonse Slnre 1911. jTony and then sat watching th , pair as th'-y faced their horses ; eastward alone Ihe Salt Fork. He i.<:at •hero until .the nrtan and boy faded-oiif of vision behind the trees that lined th.\ river, and a curious expression wa?: In his eyes'. "Doggono, it. Fancy." he said. "I don't know v.h.'ifs i-omc over mo. If anything happened to that boy. I don't rjelieve Id ever get over il." Ho^bent over to pat Fancy's neck. "Let's go back.. girl." He was very thoughtful on the rid-2 back to the ranch honse. His wife and^ Rita away, anci now Ton.v. It would be very lonesome on th'.Bar K for a while. (TO BE CO-VTINUED) C, 0. COKIIIMh Maaagrr. Tony Ti<>it<* with Pawnee Bill >anai i« fired /^ith a neit nniblllon. In the next chapter. —Ten cent hnniHes of oM iKipifrs for five cents at the Register from finw until Christ mns. < .Milo.in.u^'- ->! :2. Kaffir *i;2.".''/ I -li. Rye ;»7'-je. . ; ^an<-a> (Hy I.MClock. Kansas City. -M".. Doc. l!t. (AIM (I". S. Dcjjt. of Agriculture I Hogs. 5.1100: activ..- loc to 2.5c. mostlv 15c to 25c.;higher than Friday's average: stock pigs steady: top IS-.'JO I on 240r2.50 lbs. Packing sows at j $ti.75'a7.75: stock pigs $7.50@S.25. Cattle I-1.000: calves 2.000. Fed steers full, bidding lower: supply mostly 'medium to gootl. Sh6rt feds of light weight: very few sales of she stock, steady: hulls-1:5c to 2.5c -lower: •yealers and calves steady: Blocker^ and feeders siow. steady with last week's decline: bulk fed steers eligible to sell around $I0(ff 12.50; yeal top $10.00. Sheep 5.000. Fat lambs slow: weak tp 25c lower; - fed westerns Sl--'.25ig 12.81; natives mostly $12'fi 12..10; sheep scarce,; steady: wool yearlings |;i.7.5: cliiMdngs f'.i/i»: fat ewes $5.OMtf?fi.50. ^ Tliiir: (lay i-vt-riiiit; and iiarrowril th'; oiiitestani:; for tirtiil • honor.-^ down to two classes thi- jiiiiiors and sopliotnores. The girls' gann' wa < li"lween til'- sniiliomores and seniors with tlie .•-(•ore sixiei-n to tin in favor rif-the former, and the jiinior hity-i pljiyeij the seniors with a set,re of ..'( to 7 in the. juiiior.s' favor. .Iiidg'"' hav hee;i appointed lo idi-k .ill-ilii'-'i teaiii .s from tinioni;' .'ill who ha> I- plaved in Ihe loitrna- ' , inofii i The lii-.;h seho<il oi elie.stni wi;! !:;i> to Welrhi aatur.ijiy to play at :i.f, (•"iiiity schixd board incetinK beiii;;: hehl ;liorc. _ I • AUCTIONS Anctlous lOA' PUBLIC AUCTljO.N—I will sell at' public auction at 615 .N. Washington. Tuesday. Dec. 20. at 1:.30. complete set of restaurant fix- tviros inclndin:; tho following: gjis r'sngo. 11 burner, with hood neatly new: large ic-e box; steam ovejn. complete: pie case'and stantl. ijijw and shelving; j 14-ft. counter;! 7 stools-; 6 chairi-:: :> new porcelain top tables: cash register; shciw case: water «-ooler: all dishes and cooking iitensiSs^ Also bods, dressers, tables. cli."«irs. rocking chaifs. library table, h iffet. riics and l*jt«! fit other articl|i'H. C. .S. Rishcip, Auction«er. <iO" sed^iii: 1!'2B Ford roa/Jhter; i i:i2.'. Ford •-••dan. ,MI are ihigood sha;io. We trade. Ross .Xrbncklo's fiai-ipo, Chrysler dealers I'llo. -">G. ksED CAR BAKGiM.N.S - CHKVKdLKT, i:i2.5 i I -(!-.or jiedan. i'OKI) i')2.-. KOADvSTEIt. FORD. ITSZ TLIMIR SEDAN. KoiyD. i:'2t; ROADSTEft. ..; F01!D. i:>2J f'OUPE. FORD. I'i25 COUPE. Si'Vi;ral oliicr cheaper Fof'd.s. ' • Will se>l on time or trade for anything.^ ; BOYER .MOTOR CO. / 212 S. JEFF. PHONE 23 - ^ Anto Accessories. Tires. Parts ioLA . AUTO WRECKING : CO— Headquarters for all kind».used parts, tires and tttfaes. Phojft 782. BUSINESS SERVICE MoTing, Tmcklnif. Storage 83 CALL- I5EAN TRANSFER —-iPhono •SS.'i. will move you by hour iir cour tract, with experienced meii. WA.VTED TO P'DY—All kinds jof cattle and jogs. J. C. Butcher Apart raeatii a^ Flat* 74 RENT ,CirEAf'—Nicely furnlsfiiErt five rwjm modern homo, convien- icnt, close in. PhSne 5.54. • ' . FariVsaMMBd For Rent ; 76 240 ACRE FARLM—W.qll improvjBd. liHi acres under cttlfivation. hal- aiico hay and- p£sturc: a good stock farm. L. E. Brarinon. 313 NortbWashington. ^ Hoaaes fcir Client 77 HOUSE—Nice .1 room I cottage furnished: or win scll\ on sniitll monthly payments. Call 1266J^ HOUSEJf-Scven room modern, ctoe In. j^arage. Jackson Realty over Brown's Drug Store. HOtJSE^Seven room modern, age fcir two cars, close inj Reuther. Jo3m REAL ESTATE FOR iSAIig Wanted—To Rent JV.\.VT TO RENT-^K)0d chair. Call phone 3i»4J. 81 wheel Farms and Land For Sale W^LL IMPROVED 80 ACBE^ And well established filling «ia-i lion on main trail north and flouthj Price 16.600 for both. M. A. SchUck^ ^^^^^

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