Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 21, 1927 · Page 5
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S t->^ MAQ>WQJ Chleaio^^^ 10:00—Hamlitonlans~^ 11:00—Orchestra (2 hra.) 42t.S~WLW eihctnnlitt—7W ' ^ MQ—Crosley Oosaticka / 8:0«—Maxnell Hour 9:«0—Chlcaco Opera . 311.1—W8AI Cinplnnatl-MII 7:00—U(^e Presentation 7:3'l—Mobvier Senlhiela 9:00-S|nIlb Brothers 399i8—WTAM Clavaland— 750 7:no-rHoOge Brothers Fresentatloii •''^ .7:3<t--Hoover Sentlnela S:«ll-;-lilKhl 0».era J 282j8-WAiU Coiumbua— 1000 S.OO-^Orcheslra 545.1-W FA A Dallas-' W A .Sj.in-.'story flour: Castlllan Z*xWZJ T:i'Oi-NBC Prosram • ^ • ^1 T:S«4-Hoover Sentlntis 9:0.)»Mu>1r . 3-4J— woe Davenport -«e J 7:nu—Undite Brothers Prtseatatloi ^ 7:.';A—Iluovor Sentinels • kt<)<i—Maxwell Hhur 9:20—i:.iikit« Hour; Cbtcage OpefT ' f35.4--WHO 0«s M»lM *->Me 7 :1111— UodiaUmthers Prestntatlor 7:.1ii—ilnovervSentlnels 8 :110— Maxweu Hour S:3«—BalKile Hour . 440.9-rWCX.WJR,Uetr«lt— no fi.r.ii— Ua'ndal Ramblera • 7:<l'i—Nine .Melody Hastcra 8 :11(1— .Mnx«('ll Hnur ' / V:«u— B.ilklie Hnur: Chicago Opafa • S52.7—W WJ'DatrpK—tSe 7:Ui)^l>odee Brothers PraMBtatlM r;mo—Clicquot Eskimoa 1 9:00—Smith Brothers . 499.7—WBAP Fort Worth—600 8:Ui!—Maxwell Hour 10:UO—Captain Applebloitom 370.2—WOAFKanaas City-rS 10 ' «:UU—School of the Air 7:00—NBC Program • 9-' 7:10—Hoover Sentinels •-'•''"if' 8:00—Maxn-ell Hour • ' V 11:00—Smith Brothers 9:30—Balklte Hour fi^ 293.9—WTMJ Milwaukee—1020 8.00—Maxwell Hour 9:00—Musical Program 40SJ—WCCO MInnsapoIis-St. Paul—740 ; 7:30—Hoover Sentlnela 9:00—Smith Brothers 9:30—Chicago Opera M8.2-WOW O(liaha-«»0 W .5:30—Child's Story Hour 7:30—Hoover Sentinel* : 8:0ft-MaxweU Hour :t:30—Batklte Bqur: Chicago Opera 4 ^.r— WbAIJKan Antonl«|—KO \ .8:30—Katuinator Hour fr|8.l[-kSD St. Loula—550 7:U0 -4>o4ta Brothers Presentation 7:at^H9opver Sentlnela . t.0«—Mupell Hour s4g ;^KVoo Tuiaa— see <:36—|>tai 0 Duets ' X 7:30—Hcoi'er Sentinels 8:00r-&Iaiirell ^onr 344 »-WCBD ZIonHlTO 1:00—Prejaratory Chorus: WcElroy. 8ax( phone. Quintet: Mixed Qua let (3 hrs:) WEgTERN 12S.9—KOA Denvar •»» * 6:00—Houaewtves Mstinca \ 46|4 UKFI L os Anaclt^-r«40 9:00—University of Southern Calif. 11 :00—Song Poems 11:00—NBC Program 12:00—Modern Classical Music 41I4--KHJ Los Ana*l*»-720 9:0O—Popular Concert 10:00—Classic Hour i 11:90—Music ilevleiv ! .SS«.»-KN^ Los Angale*—890 11 :no— trourtes;^ Program 12:00—Bllt^ora Orchestra 384.4—KGO Oakland-7S0 lii:O0—KQO Players 11:00—Mlacellaneoua Musical Program S08.2-KI-X Oaklandr-SIO ' S ::in— l>inncr Concert 11:00—Dance Progra m (2 bra.) 49t.»-KaW Portland—610 . 10:00—Maxwell Concert 11:00—I'aciflc Network Program 454.3—KFRC San Franctseo—600 10;0U—Merrymakers- ; '•' ' 13:00—Dance Orchestrji \ l:00a-^Ba;iroom Orchestra 42M—KPO San Frf ncisco—710 10:00—Caswell Hour 11:00—NBC Program 447.5—KFPA Seattle—670 10:00—Studio Prosraro 11:00—Jfaxwell Orchestra; Sololstr 34a.«— KJA Seattle—86» 9:S0—Kirealde Program lt:30—ABd Chain Program r- " 970.2—KHQ Spokane—>tl» 11:00—Dodga Preaentatlop 11:00—Oanca, period STOCK MARKET VEinr|i(EW ^i^uepit Sliifts Bring a Widespread Chajige In Prices .New "VoVk. lice:. 21. '(Al»).-^Krc- ilutMit shifts of epeci ^iativi: nfntl- iiiniil iiiipiirtiMl -wUlcspri'sid jrrcjni- Utrily to toUay's stock iiiarJk<!t. An X>peninK outtnir«t .of strcnKth was- fcaturcd hy 4 he heavy accumulation of the /copper Bharos. nearly a .iluzcu of whicli attaiued their hiRhest pric.!.s. in years, ijevcrai of the 'Insuj -aticc and »urcly' sliarcs jiinipctl 5 to 15 points. j TTO tbtA^^jLY BEGBTEIU WEt>NgSDAY jEVEmNG; DECEMBER 21.19^. Iwiued frdm ofrice of loia # * Abstract Company • • MOM »N POP. PAGE Fr ^B INT^IXESTING. BY TAYLOR « • « « «• * * * • *.« • * • DvccnUier 20. 1987. Kansas I'Wy .i'nidufr. Kansas City.'.Mo.i Dec. 21. (Al'i. I'oullry: Heavy, hens lafc: ducJc.-j 19«y21c. Other pVotluce unclianged. Kansas City Hay/ Kansas City. Mo.. Dec. 21. (AIM. JJay uncbanKcd: receipts 52 cars. Wheat Valups BaJy Clilcago. Dec. 21. (AP)—Pessimistic (fdvices regarding the condition (if douiestic winter\ wheat tliat .i^ without snow protection tendfjd to rally wheat values today, , . - . .„— . ^ , toward tile last. Heightened pros- I "f "»« Allen county farm bu- H. U. Smock. Shu-Uf of Allen Cjiunly, jvaii^s. to Lloyd AI. Col- tlfas. lot S. block 23, niioadea Adiii- tiou to'lolai. IMOO. • F. O. nriisoB. ^ardlaii oX H. C. Hayncs and Katliern Kayuc». min-. oi -j;. lu Q. K. JDpnobu, an und. Vt interest in 57 acreit. inure or; less III SB. H pf 32-24-21i ticpi). Kinalino SlH:lton and i. K. Slicl- (on. ihrr husUand. to same.' UoiU- vided -Vi interest in M acres utorc or le'tfs ih SE. U 32-24-21. $1500. I,. U. Saving, single, to Uie ti:uKtce» of the .Methodist Kpi.sco- pal cliurch. lots 5 and 6, block lOS. Humboldt. $7,500. AJie|i-9i/e«8li» Jjrfn |'>rcr.s. C'haoutc Trlbuiie: Uiestocfc owners of Neosho and Allen coun- liea met here Saturday evening In the chamber of commerce rooms in the interest of the Neosho-Allen cftiinty testing association. An, ef- for|t is being made to'increase' the meynbership for 1928. P. R. Tipipln. of loia. preaideiit of the Allen county organization, was present': and urge<l a'bigger Interest. Roy' JS»OW y «TEN. BlLLrVpiyRe NOT! rPOTTllsle ANYTMING OVER ONl^- AMYONE VVHO' Q^N Vs /eAR A DIAMOND UK :e VOU XAVe,- ?t>Y PReSENTS FOR hAOM, AMD P/jlSS' COT CI6ARS LIKE A POUtlCJAN HAS AN INCOMfe BESIDES HIS SALARV- COME CtEAN NOW AN' TEU- ME THE TTROTH/ WeiX .FORQOSH ' SAXeS DOMT FEPEAT THIS, igUT I'M PLAYIN' THE STOCK . MpiRKJEH- #1 StbCKS. ISIT? \siHV YOO ' POOR SIMP - DON'T VPO KMOW A 6REENH0RM UKE VOli CAN'T PLAY T he (^ AM£ AM'ALWAVS WIN? TigST • TKlMQ, VOLi KNOW THjE. MARKET VNILU TAVE ! A •fOMBLE AMP YOU'LL GJO WITH ^^..s. ^ IT '^ju^ TAKE A irxpA^S 'T 's JbST Wfli ; FROML ME - 1T= YOU ). I 'M pOlN'- I GET HAVE MONEY To IMV /eST Pt3T IT CONFIDENTIAL TIPS OM STOCK-S AND •X. ALWAYS pects of inciTja ^ed • corn export; reau and L. N. Jewett of the .Neo-. huslne."*.-^ hclirei) to bilug about late ; "ho- county burbau. ! were on i the upturns also l^i the corn market.. progmui. \ .'. i kirl- current that Eu-1 Allen county has been organized KsiimuteH w ropi' villi requi of corn from t twrru now aii(l< , -J Kansas IvHUsas Cily.l current that c fiS.OOO.iJOO bushels for the past two yeui-B and is gei- iie I'nited States be-! ting good lesults. In order thht the next summer. i iiHsociatlon may be stronger the! two counties ore Joining forces. Aj t'lty Ijrain. 'number of Neoslio Icounty cattle- 1 Dec. •May men belong and others are being! urged to get behind the movement \ A flash signal lamp fell from {_ an,aeroplane pas.ting over aii Eng-' _ lisb village the other day. and i ~ narrowly missed hitting a' man _ who vaa at work In his gardeii._ i ANNOUNCEMENTS 21. (AIM Wheat: Receiplw 101 cara; unchanged to 1 I cent lower: No. 2 (}ark hard. IMUjiLuSVl-: No. 3. J1.3Cf<l.S0: No; 2 hard. $1.25^1.44. .No. 1. $1.24',61.29; No. 2 red, nominally |1.40©1.42V2; ! .\o. :{. $1.33igl.40^i. Close: Deceiiiber $1.22 $1.24ii. Corn: Reccipt.s 270 cars; changed to ',3c lower: NoJ 2 white. J .*^ii ^t"'7 *fi'l2 .«°Kn'.- vl ®r-^a:*'^-B^' LADIES- "W^RIST AVATCH-A\Tllte^ ^,.lJ-" ' - Ableson Cleaners. Reward. Close: rjetembcr 77>4c: .Mar, S3iSH0RT GOLD PEN'CLLr-^Lost on T»c: July Sft!ic. ! atreeu Saturday night. Finder Oats cd 57c-: .Vo. 3. 55c. CfH! ER-AVt- THAT'S OlFFERENT-r DON'TGO AWAY M^D Sinl- SlT DOWN AN' • tell me more ^, A bout it fi«gai iXuttcM >OTIi;C OK. PIXAI. KETTLEMJfN'I!^ "The State of Kansas. Alien County, ss. ' , In ihe Probate Court in and for K8i «f coniity. y \\\ liic matter'of tiie cstafte .of .Mary O. Robinson, deceased. Ci'Cdilors and all other peraoii* intciTftcd in the aforesaid cstatp are hereby not^ied llia't I shair iipply to the Pi-ribatc Court in anil for .said county, sittitig at the court liouse in tola. County ot 'Allen; Stale of Kan.sas, on the .".rd day January. .\. 1).. 192.S for a full aptf. final .scttlpmeril of said estate: ami for an order nndlng and adjudci^njt who are the heic,->. devisees' a«d legatees of said deccase<I. . j .MORTON ROBINSON"; "Administrator of the Rsiatc-,oC. Jfary D. Robin.son. dcfea.scd. December 2. A. D..[1927. • (12»-7-ll-31-2S. ' - EMPLOYMENT 8It«aUoa)i l»iiled—Male un- , Stnre^' iMt, Eonnd (YOL^VG MAX—19 years old. wants -— work. Will consider, anything. 10 G; H. aillctjt. 311 S. Walnut. WyANCIAL Oats: Receipts 4 cATs^ uucii&uC" I pbonc 1148Mr or iGftv^ &t Sleepsr'g : .No. 2 white, nominally 54'/^@[~^~^' ' ' ^..j,;,,,^^,^. ' !__ AUCTTONS Anellens 10* Kansas City LiTcxIock. Kansas City. Dec. 21. (AP)—U. S. Department of Agriculture— Hogs 5.000: fairly active; strong lo [lOci higher than Tuesday's average: 8tt »ck pigs fully steady; top 8.45 on choice 240 to 260 lbs!; bulk IJ^O to .lOOlh .s.. $S.15'fr-$8.4|r:.l40 tc ISn lbs.. $7.50f? ?S. 15;. packing sows $fi.75'{/$7.-5; stock pigs %1.WiV «S.25. , Catllc 4.5U<l: calves .^(Ml: good 'fe(i steers of iiicilluiii wciglit suitable for slilppiug, iictive. 15c to 2Cc higher: heavy stei-rs very stane: inedliiin to gooii sliurt fed of light \^-cight. slow, Kleady to, [.Irong; :dic block steady to 15c; higher: bulls. vralcr;i and calves'.j.--^^.^^-..^ _ , , „ steady: sim:kc.« an.l feeders un-1 «P *»S0N-»S8EX-8alea and SerT- changcl:;.several carloads of good' ^"."^""iS.' ^vJ" medium I weight .steers. $13.25 ^1-' JPJLth jyMhinStgn.„ Phone 18 |1- . FAR.M LOANS—Quick service and reaiwBabT^ rates. A. D. Haw- thdrne. 15 ^ West Madison. KARM ANDJ CItY LOANS—Base rate on farms, 5f>-; city 6%. Long Of short _tt4e- R- Cunitingharo IFARM ANDJCITy LOANS—At cur- PUBLIC AUCTIO»~-PubUclaucUon| rent rates. iLH)cral terjjis. Prompt •very Saturday at 1 :00 o'clock at service. Ydur business appreclal-. BiBtaop 'a Sales Pavilion, - I <•<•• Ca» on The AUen County Investment Co.. Kellcy Hotel BIdg., PUBLIC AUCTION—1 will .sell at; lolp. Kan8J.8 public auction at Bishop's Sales; Pavilion, Saturday. Dec. 24. at 1 " p. m., horses, milk cows, calves. 10- head of x-earMng heifers. 30 head of hogs, geese, fann maiJhiii- ery. wagons, harness, and a; worhl of good household furniture. C. S. liilshr.p. .\uctioneer. . TO| LOA.N- -On farms or citjf^propertjj-. LoT>cst rate. Stewart fi Funk., ! _ MONEY TO [LOA.N—On real cslsite, repayable in small monthly pa?- menls. TheSo loans never tome due AUTOMOTIVE —heller bcti conveiiieiil. I»:in Assn. A^tomoUlc Ageaelei L lause cheaper and more Security' Kuildiiig A: iHt Natl. Bank Bldg. ?5?T0rK Diiin. ('al.s Other I'etfi COCKKIl Sll'ANIKI. Ihorotislibr Antomobllm F^r Sale II mas ;in'>i<'iil. liii. ''haniitc. Kans. $14.15: iiiiMliiini Id good shurl feds of light welglii. nioMlly $10..'")0 «t)' \ — - : ,^ '—ir— Soul'i Line .$12.25; veal top $10.0U. CHEVROLET SEDAN—I.*tc Jtiotiel, . .Shiip ;i.on(i; fat Iambs, fairly foiir doiir sedan, five new I Ires., LET SA.VT.\|—I5rinK 1 he youngsters ; iicllvc. steady to luc higher: .S6-lb.i bumpers. $285. Will sell on time a .police p[" '• fell westerns $12.7.5; bulk fetl,. or trade for nnvthing. Hoyer Mo-, light. I', i I'b'P- Black. (1. iMak«! fine Chrlst- W. n. Khrmati. 91."i MERCHANDISE Honsehold Goods FURNITURE —.New and hand. 118 East .Jackson. 33.. .Mel W. Fuller. " ! econd Phone FURNITURE AND STOVES-Carl(fed just arrived. A Chr stmas gift worth while. Easy paym«nt3. Curtis Furniture Co.. I^Halrpc. LEGALS 69 Legal Xotlces 91 GIVE HER A GAS RANGE—For Christmas. Exchange old on ne*. Henninger Store. WALNUT DINING—And bedroom suites, overstuffed parlor .suites, larg".assortment. Easy paypienis Trade in your old Curtis Kuriii- ture Co.. Lallarpc. j Wanted—To Buy WANTED TO BUY—All Uihds of cattle and hogs.: J. C. Butijher. REAL'ESTATE FOR t Honses For Rent HOl'Si:—Seven rooms. 11 close in. Phone in. ENT iiflel'ii. . dose HOL'SE-Seveii room nioderi III. garage. Jack.son Iteally Co.. ovr Brown's Dm;; Store. HOUSE—Si'veil romii modern, par­ age lor two cars, chisc in. John Rent Iter. REAL_ESTATE FOR S^LE westerns natives. $12.25'<i$12.70; a few! tor Co.. 212 S. JcCf. Phone 23. ' Mjldred^ K;iiis. $11.5 ()((i $12.00; sheep' scarce.'steady; 2 loads mcdiutn P- I'SED CAU8-1924 Ford road-, 100-lb. Colorado ewes. $4.75. ' j »24 ford louring: 1923 J-ord , I roud.ster: 1922 Ford con im ?: 1923 Hones Ford coupe; 1921 Dodge roadster: 1925 Chevrolet touring: 1924 Chev-' rol^t touring: 1927 Chevrolet ton truck, with ca*: 1924 Chevrolet ton truck, with grain body: 1921 trade for H. Tippin. ip: pedigreed: priced i FHroi!! and Land For Sale 83 . Pattcison. Phone 7.-.^^vELL ilMPIlOVED Cattle. Tehlcleit 48' 1 )A.\HY SAl)i)IJC MARE-Or would .lod .Geneva. work horse.- Kans.'. Geo. 19 i CARLYLE I Dec. 19.— The Christian Endea-j vor society is going to put on a pageant Sunday, December 25. It promises to be something fine. j -Ovcfland touring: nearly new In- j hatching egKs. Egss must bo Tlie Cliristmas program will be tert^atioiial grain iKHly for truck.' .gathered orteii and turned once Riven Friday night. December 23. | Shelly iiotor Co.. US West Jack-' dailv. Brilig ejtgs on Saturday. The Farm Bureau had a meeting, pi^o^p 60. ' Sturdv Chi|k Hatchery. Friday niglit at tlie school house. ; u 1 ^ .Mr. and .Mr.s. Yowe.ll and EIna, ()AKL.\ND — Dealers — I*ON'flAG 75 LEGHORN IIE.VS ^ - English were dinner guests at Archer's, "20 Oakland coupe: '2B I'ontia:- SO ACRES— And well estjibli.-.lied filling station on imaiii trail north and south. Price .JO.COfi fijr botli. .M. A. Schlick. 15 .\CRE TRACT New improvc- m6nts half way iiclucon loia and Hnuiboldt on cement road. Lee Clark, loia. Kans.. R. 1. PoiiU ^y und Supplier WANTED— ijlome good purebred i 160 .VCRBS— improved, on gravel 1152849: said properly to ie soH on order of Court. ; i DWIGHT S.MOCK, .; Sfieriff. By Ed .1. Dunfee. Underahlriff. Sheriffs .'Office, loia. Kansas. December 9, 1927. i (12) 14-21-28. I j XOTUE OF APP01>T.^M, Administrator, f \ \ Stale of.Kansas, 'Alleh County, ss. • . , ." i ' In the matter of the esiate of John Clopine, lale of Allen fcounly, Kansag. • • \. KOTICE OF APPOLVT.«KNT \ Noticed is liereby gi\'cn, tjiat on the tUh day of Iiccember. L\i D.. 1927. the undersigned; was ^y the I'roliale Court ot Allen (ijoiibty, l \Hn .s'as.- duly appointed: anili 4 |uali- t'icd' iis ailniinistrator of Ui<i cslate of .lohii Clopine. latei of 5 -Mien cbunt.v. deceased. Ail parljes in- ti»rcMf(l in .saidestate wlfl take ni^titc and govern (hcmsolw's ac- lOrdiiigl.v. - i 2 i» N. li VKZri^ Kxcciieur; f 121-7-14-21.; I i' \iyk(\. $45 per acre: .SO ai-res. im- lU-oved. on auto trail. S:!.7.''>0. \. I). "ilawthorno. I5':> V\VstJMadijson._ (First; Publl-slieil in Tlie lolji Daily ; F!<'gister December 21. iaC7.') \tm(K OF APPOINT.ME.Nr —Kxeriilrlx. Stale of Kaii.sas. .Mien County, .ss. In the matter «if the lOsiaie of Clia.-i. K. .Marsh, late of AUeij Coiin- l.v. Kansas. ' ' ' ' • . .VflTICE OF API'OI.VTMHNT.; Notice is hereby given, l^at on the 20th day of Deccmlier.; A. D. UI27. the undersigned was »Uy the Prohate Court fif Allen bounty. Kansas, duly .appointed and: qnali- fied as ExccHfri .Y of the ^Estate of {'has. E. .Marsh, late.ot Allen Count.v. deccasctl. All .• parties, inter|sled in said estate will t^ke no- tici and govern themselves accordingly. • \. KATHERVN E, MARSH. (12) 21-2.S. ri) 4. P;xwutrix. (First Piibli.shed in The iola Dally R'e^istetr December .14. 1927;) , . NOTM'fc OF FL\AL .SRTTLK.MEyF State of Kan.sas. Alien County.- ss. In ihe Probate Cou»:t in and; fof: said County. In the matter of thcs; Estate of J. Webster Johnson, de-; ceased. ! Creditors and all other pcrs«>n.s| interested in (lie. aforesaid Estate! are hereby notified that I shall apply to the Probate Court in anil for said Coiiutv, sitting at thei Court Hoiise in lola. Count.v of .\llen. State of Kansas, on the fith- day of January,.".V D. 192.S. for a full and final setllement of sahl Estate, and for an order findfn^ and adjudging who are the heirs, devisees and legatees of said de- i'ea??fTk. TRAVIS MORSE. Executor of the Estate of J. AVtibstet^ Johnson, dei-ea.sed. December 13, A. D. 1927. <12) 14-21-28 (1) 4. _ . (First Published in The foJa Dall'y Register December J4. 1927.) >(iT»'K OF ROAD hEARING. In Re: North Kentucky Street Road.. Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of January. 1928. at teri o'clock A. M.. a joint meeting 'of the Board of Commissioners oC Allen Countj-. Kansas, and of tiie- Board of Commissioners pf the City of Iola, Kansas, will be held at the Couiity Commissioners' room in tie court house in loia. Alleh Cona y, ' Kansas, to (icar complaints, if at y. \ against the proposed improyetnent on North Kentucky Street' a id Noi-th Kentucky Street Road, frtbi Lincoln Street lb the northetst limits of the City of lOla. and t ic road' :<cading north for a distan[» of' approximately 2490 feet to /a iwint iso feet soutli of the corneiTa- of Section."? 23, 24, 23 aiid 2«, Itt- Towns"h!p 24, Range 18, Alica County. Kansas, at which time piro-' tests may als^ be filed against S^d imprwvetnents. ^. j Dated this" I3th day of pcceia^ bcr, 1927. n i II. liOBART, i f.s^alj . Mayorj .Vtlcsl: B. i,. McNicl. City Clerk. (12) M-21. - 1 DEER CREEK (.Mrs. .\lva Shadwick) Moc. 15.—We atv having another nlrop in temperature. •Miss Taggart and her pupils'' are -preparing a Christmas program to be given jointly with Wise school on Friday. December 23. at the Vhnrch in Wise,'district. There will be 4 good program and every me will.he welcome. \ Several have been absent from thbol op account of bad we^'her; Marion Wynn and Ruth Sliadwick were out on account of colds. •-Vorman Kettle and Lewis Walk- -t-r were visitors at Deer. Creek sthooV Tuesday. : Norman Kettle has been confln- i4 at home by sickness. .Mrs. Brasswell and Kitty Lou spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bright well.. .Mi^. atjd Mrs. Poguc Funston -railed on Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Stin.soh Wednesday evcnia«:^ • The church choir; met ai Stih- .•<on's to practice for the Chi! umas : program'Tuesday jevening. - Alva Shadwick ground feed this . week foi^ Messrs; Brightwcll. Wln- Oorsett Produce Co. laog East StrMt, Iola Pboae 701 ^ Caalf for Poaltrr aai ««• ; Call •• any Una. - ira w^ni eome after poaltrr. , J;RENNAN'S MA^ET gler, Brainard. Cunningham,' Kettle and Thompson. Glari.vs Crook spent from Saturday till Wednesday with her mother. Mrs. Wingler. She spent the day Wednesday with Gladys Kettip. Mr. and Mrs. Shadwick. Ruth and Miss Taggarf spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. DeliUar Brown. \ air.- sfnd Mrs.. Harold Grizzle called on George Kettle aAd family Sunday evening. .Mrs. Wingler went to the home of Mifs. Wiggins to help the Home Workers club cjuiU. Tuesday. Mrs. Ralph Olso'n and children spent last Thursday with her sister. Mrs. Myron Elmore, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eyier and Paul Eylcr spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Shadwick and family.. r Pete' Peterson took Mr. Brightwell's team to loli Tuesday to have them shod. Some young. people of around Carlyle met with Mlsij Taggartj Wednesday evening to plan a program for a leap year party. We are glad to rcpprt that Mr. Fred Cook of the Mapic Grore district, is getting along, nicely, recovering from an operation at the ('hanutc hospital;' He expects to return home sooii. Sunday. ' ' . . /( These items are given by differ- | ent members of the school, so the! item about Charles Upshaw was 1 not »;ritten by himself. Charles Upshaw gav.e an interesting and Instructive talk Wednesday hiorning on the Humboldt Christ ijin Endeavor convention, the talk including the trip to Humboldt. ' Mr. Archer is buying lot of corn these days and .Mr. Melvin is busy shelling it, Curtis Yowell is going to move i to the Roberts place which is being vacated by Mr. Wilcoxin. Mesdames 'W'iggins. Higginbotham and Brasswell have been rehearsing the school children for the program Friday night. Wendell Melvin was absent from school one day this week' and Raymond Hill missed Friday to go with his father to Kansas City to market some geese. Rayiiioud will have a fine.story to tell "Travelers" morning. There .were seventeen of the nineteen pupils in the upper school grades neither absent nor tardy for four months. " ^ Scott McCoy is visiting his parents. The W. C. T. U. packed some Chrisimas boxes Friday morning to be' sent to< state Institutions. coach: '25 Buick light.six touring.j fine shape: .'25 ''For I coupe: '2.''>" Ford tudor, Fronicnae heail..t'oun- • "tor balanced crank shaft, all extras; '26 Ford roadster: Fori strain. Geo. 11. Tippin. Geneva. Kansas. • MERCHANDISE Articles For Sale S] LEGALS Legiil S'otlces (First Published in the lol^r Daily ; Register hecemfber 21. 1927.) State of Kansas. Allen Courjiy. «s. • '• I In'the Probate Court in Jftid for (First .Puldished in The Iola Daily co„ntv. In the matter;of the Resister December: 21, 192^.1 JKsJate'of J. F. Elam. deceafed. >'OTH'E. I Creditor.s and all other iJersons Rgssell Elam. s'.-ntenced ••--'::-21 ! jntprested in-th.- aforesaid ^Estate roadster.! box on rear; Ford ton ; ^OKN <?HFLI FR-Power cylinder i il'""* -^'l''" ,<^''»""> ff. ^^orpery 2n.I tr.ick .aQOd: '25 Chevrolet lour-! _?"!:t'-^.,.Tj -r .f.'^':%gr.-e. w.ll pre.sentlvs iippncation truck. gttod; '2j Chevrolet tour-, ing; '24 iDoilge touring: good: •2«>i Oldsmobilc coaoh. Several other: good used cars. Cash, terms or | NATIVE trade. Hobart Motor Co. • at Owl Creek Stock Farm. 5 miles with cleanei- •only $.-.(1. T. B. Shan-: « parole to the Board of Ad- no.i Hardwhre. LUMBER-Mostly oak, any din?ens |ous. See Paul Atkins SEASON'S BEST BARGAIN--1926J WesTliihSldt or call Bud Wmite Ford roadster, ?150. We buy sell j (i„ ^.h^ne 180. Iola. Kans. or trade. .Vlexander Auto bales' ' & Supply Co.. 203 S()uth Washington. Phone 388. 1926 STUDEBAKER SEDAN— Chrysler "60" cou^; Chrysler "BO" sedan; 1926 Ford roadster; 1925 Ford sedan. All are in good shape. We trade. Ross Arbuckle's Car.ige. CJiryslcr Bealprs. Phb. 56. Auto Accessories. Xirea. Parta 13 FORD OILING 8Y8TE.MS—Radia­ tors, tail Hghts, 30x3% tires. Tola Auto MVecklng. Co. Phone 782. . BUSINESS SERVICE SPEt'IAlir—Iie.«t.springs on market. gt'iarantee and BO-Ih. all- rc-ss all lor $11.00 Sat- iloiulay ouly. Chimney 2i> year cot on matt urd'ay and Swiep. . WOOD—For delivered. j ministration, at their next regular • meeting held at Lansing. Kansas. Febriiary 7. 1928. Petitioner: RUSSELL EL.\M. (121 2I-2S (1) 4-11-18. sale. $3.00 per Phone- 878. rank NEW KAJDIOS—Drum, electric stoves, watches, gunsj. musical instruments df all kinds bought and sold. Chimney Sweep. Exchange store open Ifrom 7:30 a. m. to 6 p. mi Phones: -store. 903j resl- dcace. 395. MoTlng, Trn^tlag. Storafe 89 ! BasinesB aa« Office Eqalpneat M CALL DEA.N TRANSFER - Phone '^Jf,^*''i'^{?f ^;r^'?(„et"iter S85. Will more you by hour or con- v irtKo..^ ^ -.1.1. J 113 West Madivon . (HM»d Reatedy tor Bad (onigh. ' —"A hard persistent wearin-r {cough kept me awake, for several j nights, and when my druggist rec- |r,mmended Foley's Honey and TaV •( omiKJunrt. I was eager to try It. Coroer ^a.it Monroe and EtaSts. > less than two days, my cough ^IOLA, SAX8A8 . was entirely gone,",says this satla- ifled user from Nebraska. No opl- We Waflt Your Pa !Ultry,:£ggS atcs. no chloroform, a raally yal- and Hides. i; AM) bull PHOXE JfUMBEElS 876 leWf. Pirwdnee Hoase 8lar«,l»ll. U. % COaHjIlJ, Manager. uable remeqy for coughs, colds, bronchial irritations. Accept no .<|ub'stllute , for Foley's Honey and Tar • Conirponnd: tlpt Jhe-genuine Brown's iOrug Store. Make 1928^ a healthier tracL with experienced men. WHBM YOU MOVE;-^r store yoar goods.call Dorr's Transfer. Offt-'W 140. residence 140. Farm Eqi^Ipment k,qiupmeii BBS-Boi 65A ^EMPLOYMENT , Help Wnntm-FeiMle IS FEED GRIN'r >BB>?-Bolli for trac- l"r and engine j power and for roounling, on Ford chassis. Prices rijnee from f37.:.« to $60. Allen Cniinty Imnlement Co. ! WA.VTBD— Experienced unaltached , girl or woman pervant, with ref Fuel. Feed, Fertfllzers M crcncrs, for general liousowork In country; two children: twelve dol-i- — . lars week: children's washing: H.VV— Prairie BALED iU .FALFA—And pralrlo hay foil sulc. Slqiwarl and Fiink. btle. $9.00 ton. only: ten. miles from Iola :ou paved road. Addri?ss •'Girl," care Register. In Harry cr. Manson. 2. miles liorth'of Country Ciiih. Phone 952^22. Help Wanted—Male MEN -T -Wanted to cut wood by cord. rtioiie 878. » • KAFIR FODDER—For sale. $2 an acre.' Geo. R. Sanders. J4. mile east. 3 south Gas. . ; Good things to Eat .63 SltnaUeas Wnatcd—Male 87 HIGH SCHOOIi BOY—Wants part tfme job. exporlt>hced t>^st. tilso •In «):»ttery shop. Address "Boy," reegister. APPLfiS—$1.75 County Cream per, basket. Allen Co.'. Phone 88. nRESSED .GFJCSK-^ind fruit rakes for Christmas. .Mr.s. A. D. Morrison, Iola R. 3. Plioiie 918-21'. , Xnlire of Apiwlntment AD.MIM.STJL\TOIL State of Kansas. Allen County, ss. \ lu the matter of the Estate of Grace A. Dfecker, deceased, late of Allen County, Kansas. Notice of Aiipnintnieut Notice is hereby given.. that on the 17th da>- of December. A. D., 1927. the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Allen County. Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Grace A. Deeper, late of Allen County, deceased. All parties injtei^- csfed in said estate will take notice,' and govern themselves cccordingly. I. DECKER. A(iininistrator. (12> 21-28 (111. are hereby notitjeii lh ;i'. I .slAil app;y lo the Probate Court in snd for said County, sitting at thtv-Court House in Iola. County ofi.\I!en. Stale ot Kansas, on the 14th.day of .laniiary. A. D. 192S. for a ftijl and fin:-! settlement of said Estate, and for ah order .findin.;; and adjudging who are tlie heirs, deiisees and legatees of salt! deceased. ' A. A. H01>DE.MA.\. .Administrator of the Estate of .1. F. Elam. deceased. - '' Decenrber 16. .\. D., 1927. , (12) 21-28 (1) 4-11. . (First Published in The Iola Dally Itegi.ster December 21. 1927.) Trn-Ba} >o(lre to the I >ii1>llc oi . HearJni; on n Petition. Ail pelitionerB and others inter; esteel in the i>elilion, for Ihc im-i provement of the Savonburg Road.' located as follows: On the County Line between .Mien and Bourbon Counties at the Southeast corner of Section 27. Township 26. Range 21, in Alien County, Kansas, thence running west on tlie Section line ten miles to the soiithw'oat corner of Section 30. Township Sfi. Range 20. in said .County, thence Norffi on the SecJiOli Line connecting with,the HumbtJl'dt- Elsniore Road at the Xtmhwest corner of Section 18. Township 26,' Range 20. in said County. Also I mj- gihning iit the Northeast corner of Section Thirty-One (31K Township Twent.v -Kix (26). Range Twenty (20). thence south one mile to the County Line between .MIeir and .Veosho Counties; a total mileage • of fourteen miles, are hereby notified that said petition has be< n filed with the Board of Coun y Commissioners cf Allen Count r. Kan.sas. and said-Board has 'set t1 e folloo-ing time ami place foi^ tl e hearing and consideration of sa d petition, to-wit: At the honr ot One o'clock P. M.. on January 9. .1928. at the office of the County Clerk of Allen County. K.an;'<as. in the courthouse at Iola. Kansas. bated this Sth day of December. 1927. Board of County Commissioners. "WILLIAM A. HESS. Chairman. pVttest: W. D. Clark. County Clerk. (12) 21-28. (First Published in The lola Daily' Register December 14, 1927.» ( JSHEKIFrs SALE OF (ONKIS.! tATEB AUTO.MOBILE.i Stale of Kansas. Allen County, t..^ | Slate of Kaua.ss, I'laintiff. vs. . No. 15.716 W. W. Hammock. Defendant. By virtue of ;in order, in tlie above entitled case, to mc directed and deMvercd. Issued out of the District Court of the 37th Judicial District of, the State of Kansas, sitting in and for Allen County, in said State, h-will on December 29, 1927. ill the hour of 2:30 P. M. of said day at the Ncrth door of the" Court Housp?at Iola, in the County and State 'aforesaid, offer at pwblic sale and sell to the highest bidclcr, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of the sKbovc named defendant. W. W. Hammock, and tiny and all persons claiming liuyjinierest ill .nnd to the following (lescrlijed properly, lo-wit: One 'flliiick 'Tottring Car, 5Iotor No. -BVW^IKL SALE Dependable Used Cars A'Used Car Is as Dependable as the ' DeaUr Who Sells It! m7 PiWHK rOIPE, iike w\r. lIKliDOIMiF SPURT itOADS:f£B. I 19-JO DODtiK TOIRIXG, >»lnier top. 19M FORD UOAoiiTKS. like new. I9:i7 Hl 'PMVBILF Sli; SEDAN, same as new.; 1926 HltJOSOK BROUGHAM. like new. IftSS CHRYSLER SEDA>, a real vajae. 19-.'? ESSEX (.OACH. «ame as hew. I9-J4 STUDEBAKER ROiD.STEH. a real ba;. l»:»UOV (jEAOrRlN (f, a real value. DOUnE TOl'RI>«, exceptional ralne. I92( ltL7ir;K TOUHLxa FORD TRUCK, like new. ' Reconditioned Hi-ToR'''€:raliam Brothers Truck, guaranteed. We. don't have 'so many: used cars. There's a reason. Some: good; serviceable( used cars cheap.- • We trade or sell on ea^ terms. Dodge Brothers Cars—Graham. Brothers Trucks ELLIS MOTOR COMPANY (Op.en GTehings and Snadara) SU Ji. Wa»btngton Pfcoaenil 1

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