Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 27, 1933 · Page 5
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I0LA, KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 27. 1933. r , New York,*Jan. 27 (AP) — The .stoclf market rebounded rather .smartly in the afternoon trading today,^ after a pronounced sell-off in the earlier hours of the session. The loss« of 1 to 2 points were cancelled €«• reduced, and several issues, particularly rails, pushed up fractions to about 2 points above the previous close. The final tone was fiiTO. The market was a little more active. Transfers approxlniated 900.000 shares. . T(*accos anp industrial specialties here and there, declined rather sharjjly in the early dealings, but i-ails-held up, fairly well, and In the late trading were again able to pull the inarket up, as th6y have in sessions earlier this week. Short covering appeared throughout the list. High Low Close Cities Sei-v .!.... 2-U SO of Ind 21 Amn". Can 62 Amn T&T. 106M Amn Tob B .... 61'; Ariaconda . Atichison .. Aijbuni . . Beth Steel Cisc J I-.. Chrysler • 14 Con ;Gas ... Con Oil .... Drug Inc . .1 DuPont .... Gen Elec . Gen.MotoriS , lut Harv ... Monfc Ward Paclcard Penney J C PHiUips Petr Radio Socony Vac SUl Brands SO of NJ . Union Pne Texis Corp U 8; iSteel . WesUngh E Kggs. ihiBds EggK. ungraded Hens, No. I . Hens. No. 2 No.'l Springk I'i lbs. up No.; 2 Spring! Capons, over Capons, over Capons, over Capons, undqr 7 lbs. Slija-s Buttcrfat, lb! stags, lb. ...| !••• Cocks . J Geese, lb. . • ••. • • Guineas, each White Ducks, lb. Colored Ducks, lb Hides, per lb Mixed Corn, I bu Yellow Corn. bu. Wheat, bu. Kpfir Com / Kansa.s City Prorturc. Knn,sas City, Jnn. 27. CAP)—Pack- ihK butter . Other uroclucc unchanged. THE NEWFANGLES (Mom*n Pop) HIGH AND DRY NEWS Meeting: Called for Friday Afternoon to Fonn An i Auxiliary to Ameririin Legion. "l^Asr Dev^S'VHeacjajtj^e Ida's Saturday Bargain Piy)gram. TOM KEENE AND HORSE. Kan.sji.s City II.i.y, : knn.«as City. Mo., Jan. 27 lAPi — Hay. 20 car.s. Unchanged. Kansas City Grain. ; Kaasas City. Mo., Jan. 27 i(AP)— Wheat: 103 cars. Down '.c to '-.-c. No. 2 dark hard 44c: No. 3 riom. at 41.'-:;-50c; No. 2 hard 41-'I-43c; No. 2 red 4G'Jc. CIo.se—Mav 4r'sc: July 4r'',c; Sept. 42-Mc. ' •'Corn: 25 cars. Down 'ic to 'ic. No. 2 white 22>,c; No. 2 yellow at :22'V ;C; No. 2 mixed nom. 21'i-22'',c. Clcse: May 23\c; July 24-.cJ ; Oat.s: 20 cars. Unchanged' lo down. / ' : Milo maize 49-53c. Kafir 40-45c. Rye 34 -35C. Barley 21' L --24 C. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 27 (AP)— : (U. S. Dept. Agri.) — Hogsj 4.000; 030 direct. Slow, steady to 5c higher : than Thursday's average. Top $3.15 : on 170-200 lbs. Good and choice 140^ 160 lbs. S2.85W3.10; 160-180 lbs. $2|95 ; ®3.15; 180-220 lbs. $3.00(53.15; 220250 lbs. $2.90(ff3.15; 250-2i9d lbs. $2.80 • ff3.05; 290-350 Ib-si $2.65ff?2.90. Pack: ing sows 275.-550 lbs. $1.90(fj'2.40 and 1 stock pigs 7d-130 lbs. $2.50(5^2175. ' Cattle; 400; calves 200. Killing classes generally steady to weak and odd lots fed steers and yearlings at $3.35 ©4.25^ Two loads good fed heifers $4.00'5'4.25. Steers good arid choice 550-900 lbs. $4.75®6.75 : 9001100 lbs. $4.15®6.75; 1100^1300 lbs. .$3.50 (n '6.25; 1300-1500 lbs. ,$3.50© 5.25.-Heifers 550-900 lbs. $4.00 (ir6 .00. Cows $2.25^^2.50., Cutters S1.25T (i 2.00. Vealers (milk fed) medium to choice $3.00<??6.50. Stockier anil feeder'.steers $4.00^5.75. I Sheep 1,500. Killing classes steady !ind top fed lambs nt $5.50. Lambs, -good and choice (•) 90 lbs. down at $5.00#5.60. Good and choice V*) 9098 lbs. $5.00'<7'5.50. Ewes, good and choice $1.50-?/2.65. i") Quotations ba.sed on ewes and wethers. Estimated livestock receipts for tomorrow: Cattle 500; hogs 500; .sheep none. Taking a prominent ))lacp in the .sun is Mi.sSi Dolores Hunt of Chicago who isj shown atop a precarious perdi waving a greeting from a Florida beach. i _ _ ~_ I • CARLYLE Jan. 23.—Dr. Fred Dunlap, Pleas- anion, Kas.. who has been quite ill the past week at the home of his ))arcnt.s, expects to be able to return to his work in Pleasanton Tuesday. Mrs. Austin Mayfield. lola, called | scleral hours on Tuesday, on Mrs. Readel Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Hill's Sunday school class HXmBOLDT, Jan'. 26.—A specially called meeting of the city council was held in the city hall Monday evening, on call of the mayor. Some imtx)rtant matters were discussed and disposed of, followed by routine business of minor importance. • Mr. J. H. Osborn Sr., who is past 92 years of age. has been confined to his room for about two weeks with the flu, but - is much improved at this time. His daughter Miss Edith, has also had a minor attack of the same malady. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Conley of Leavenworth visited here Wednes-' day night with Mrs. Walta Stevens and her grandmother Mrs. H. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Harrison of Jackson. Ala., an-ived here Monday for a short visit with Mrs. Harrl- .son'spairents, Mr. and Mrs. George I Harry Carey is starred in an exceptional western melodrama, "Border b^rvismng'in M« 'and wele ^""'^'^ °" ^"^^'^ ^'^^'^ ^^^^^^ °" "^'^ Pr°called there by the death of Mr. ETam are Flip the Frog, "Scrappy" and a new chapter of "Jungle Mystory. HaiTlson's father. About 35 ladies attended the Methodist calendar meeting lield in the church parlor-s Wednesday afternoon. Business was transacted for the-coming year and refreshments were .served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. F. J. Jones and Mrs. Ed Shifr lett, Chanute. were guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Philo Lyons. lliere will be a. meeting- at 2:30 p. m. Friday at the Legion hall for the puriMsc of organizing an. auxiliary to Algy Doty past No. 118 of the American Legion. All wives, mother.s-.and sisters of legionnaires are eligible and are urged to join. MI 'S. J. L. Hair, director for the sec­ ond district, will be here to help with the new organization. The Alumni cla.s.s of the Methodist Sunday .school met at the home of Charles Hutne Wednesday evening, jig-saw puzzles furnishing the i entertainment. At a late hour're­ freshments were served by the hosts mother. Mrs. C. W. Hume. Sixteen members and thei teacher, Elmer Harclerode were present. Mrs. Cash John.son, Seattle, Washington, and Mi.ss Adelnde Alford. San Francisco, Calif., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred • H. Rhodes. Humboldt, left for their respective homes Wednesday morning. Dr. J. H. Soworby, Baptist pastor of loin; was visiting in Humboldt McClelland in the high school this week. Mr. McClelland having been called to McPherson on account of his mother's illness. The Misner Players presented "The Music Master" to a yeiy good and appreciative audience Tliursday afternoon in the high school auditorium. The school received aj iJer centage of the proceeds. Miss Ruth Peak' was in Kansas City. Monday purchasing some spring merchandise for the Kent store. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Osborn. Hum- held a birthday party at the home ! ^oldt. motored to Baldwin. Kas., of Patricia Brainard Saturday aft- i Sunday for a visit with friends, ernoon celebrating the birthdays in I Mrs-' Artliur Payne of Leavcn- Januai-y. i worth is visiting at the Dr. O. C. The reception for the minister and ' Pay'ie home, his familv; was well attended Friday \ The following Humboldt persons evening and everyone enjoyed a very ; attended the Dr. Sutton lecture at plea.sant evening- I ^"''"^ Monday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Readel and children. Rex iA. J- Trueblood, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Winglcr. Mr. Gilkeson. and Mr. and ' Cannon. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Ai'mel. Mrs. Pogue Funston visited Thurs-jM^r. and Mrs. J. J. Amas, Mr. and dav evening at the Fi-ed Cook home. | ^M^'f- Elmer Harclerpde, Mr. and Mrs. Conn Hlgginbotham who has been'William Hess, J. H. Andrews. O. A. in Bartlesville. Okla.. the past! Haase. H. P. G. MVulf, W A. Byer- month returned home Friday after- ! 1^^- W- L Drake. Vn-gil Klnnell and noon. I others. Ruby and Harvey Jr. Upshaw have | Mrs. Leon Smith and her grand- been quite ill with the flu the past I ^oUier. Mrs. Ella Foust of Wete- ' ville. were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks,. Humboldt. Ronald Eugene, small son' of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Freeman,^Humboldt, is recovering nicely from'a severe attack' of I the flu. ; I • The annual meeting of the Grange Supply House was held Monday evening 'in the Fussman hall. The business of the past year was reviewed, and the stockholders received a dividend as in former years. The board of directors composed of William Puckett, John Wilienburg, John Ellison and George Moon were re-elected. Mr. Moon has successfully managed the store for a number of years. After the busine-ss meeting refreshments were, served. William Hess Jr.. and Wm. McKinley. young men of Humboldt, sustained rather severe injuries iri an auto accident between here and Chanute a few days ago while they were returning from a trip to Coffeyville. ^ A. L. France, who Is staying this week with his wife's , parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Dimorid, Humboldt, week. Mr. and Mrs. Archer attended the funeral of Mrs. Knowlton in. Geneva Sunday afttemoon. Mrs. Braswell and children spent Sunday with hei- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brlghtwell. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wingler and Rex, and Mrs. Readel and children spent the home of their daughter and sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Crook. Mr. Crook expects to leave Friday for CAlifomia. Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks and children, CoffejwiUe. Kas., were Saturday and Sunday visitors with' Mrs. Hicks's sister, Mrs. Upshaw and family. Howard Up.shaw made a business trio to Topeka Monday. The play. "George in a Jam." Is progressing fine and Will be given at the school hou.se Friday night. No adnii.ssibn will be charged. Everybody welcome. PRAIRIE HALL ,Inn. 24.—How everyone enjoys the beautiful weathef. but it is impossible to keep from thinking surely this wearier won't last long. We are all getting the spring fever. Mr. and Mis. Arthur Boiikch were visiting Mi's. Boeken's brother. Mr. Buck .Bcaman and Mrs. Boaman, Savonburg. Saturday. George- Stewart, who is stayln'i with his grandmother. Mrs. J. .R Tom Kecne appears with a new "paint" hor.se in his latest outdoor Stewart. lola. and-attehdlng school,: western thriller. -The ChiMienne spent the week-end at his home in " " the Prairie Hall neighborhoocl. Mr. and Mi-s. T. E. Stewart and .son. Charles, Prairie Ilall, atti-nded 'he haskctball game in Lailariv^ Friday evening. Charles , wa.^ on'.' of the players. Kid" at the Kolley Tlieater Salur-' day. Mary Ma.son and Roscoe Ates support. iontnwn to .see tlic new b;iby of Mr. and' Mrs. Kirkpatrick's. Mi's. Kirk- Bockcn's sister. iJiujt;io. I : mtrirk is Mrs •riie P. H. club ladies met; with Stewart has purcha.scd vc H Rn ^k .n nnH daughter. ,^ p^^^ ^.^^ ^Q ,,. ^an take all of the family. Mrs. H. Boeken and Maude, last Thursday afternoon. The time waS si>ent making a; comfort top for Mrs.' Earl Thomoson. Tlie 'ladies presented baby iLloyd George Meeks with a very jiretty baby blapket. Miss Maude was assisted by her sister-in-law, | Mi-s. Arthm Boeken in serving lutich to the following club members:^ Mesdames Earl Thompson. Jeff Folk. | Eldon Meeks. E\'er'ett Baker. Arthur Boeken. H. Boeken. Misses Alma Olson and Maude Boeken and two invited friends. Mi'S. Hayden and Mrs. 'Myers and several children. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers, 'E'rairie Hall, Mrs. C. S. Myers, LaHarpe, spent Sunday at the Ernest Myers home, near Mildred. Mrs. Arthur Boeken has had two incubators setting for about two weeks. Can you beat that? Mrs. Jones sjient Friday afternoon and evening with Mr. and Mrs. Myers while tlie family were in town. . Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brown and daughter, lola, and Floyd and Wilber Boeken took supper Sunday evening with the Harry Boeken family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boeken and boys spent Sunday at the parental Beaman home and went on to Un- The community meeting that was to Ije at Pi'aiiie Hall Februarj' 3. has been postponed one week. We are glad to note that J. P. Kohlor. one time resident of Prairie Hall is recovering nicely after his recent operation. . The farmers . arc busy plowing. ,: i .shucking fodder and thinking about putting in oats. A number of unfortunates are still having to haul water. One evening not so long ago when Maude Boeken gathered the eggs she noticed she was short some 50. eggs or more but did not think much about it till it kept up that way a few evenings, then .slie counted her chickens and discovered some one had taken sixty of her nice yoimg pullets. Erie, Pa.—-Constable Tom Furham, trying td serve a household tax levy on an Erie family, retreated when he saw a quarantine sign—"measles" —on the door. Then, growing suspicious, he checked with the health department. The physicians said the quarantine was'"Just a fooler." NEWS OF COLONY Both Colony Basketball Teams Win in Home Enga^entents Tuesday with LaHarpe. COLONY, Jan. 27.—Mrs. Myrlo DovUblss, Kansas City, visited a short tlniie, Tuesday witli Mrs. H. D.| Swlckard. Mrs. Tom Kemper Is improving after a recent Illness. Mi 'S. E.- N, Phillips lias a felon on; her left thumb. Bonna Lea Fivecoats Is ill oft the influen2ia. Craig Howard, son of Irene Cordell, is ill with a deep cold which mky turn into pneumonia. Dr. J. W.. Helton received WOE^ Sunday, that his brother, Thomas Helton, passed away in his home in; Culljertson, Montana, Saturday night. Dr. Helton was unable lo go to the funeral. The Colony first and second high school, basketball ,teams defeated the LaHarpe teams on the home court, Tuesday evening. The first team score was 40 to 13. Townsend was Colony high point man with 14' iMints. R. S. Brooks was the referee. A game was also played Ijetween the sixth grade and the fourth and fifth grade. The younger boys won by a score of 14 to 11. Billy Owens was high point man for the winners, scoring six goals. Ervin Knoepple scored seven points for the sixth grade. Howard Belvoir was the referee. Mrs. Bert Wells was a Garnett visitor Wednesday. C. Heinlien, who has been dangerously ill, is home better, according to late reports. Both the Welda town ba.sketball teams defeated the Colony teams on the Welda court, Wednesday night. The first team game was 38 to 10; second team game was 12 to 10. Both were Interesting but the second team game was more so, the score being tied until tlic last minute of play when Huff, Welda forward, sank a basket lo win the game. Huff was high point miin for Weldas second", team, with six points. Mosing. and Scheldt were high for Colony with four points eacli. Welda comi)lelely wiiJkecl awiiy from Colony in the first i/eam pame. 'Wilkinson, Welda forward, was liigh iioint man wltli twelve points; ~Pnt Rlggs was second high with eleven iwints. Eweri was high 15oint man for Colony witli four points. WALNUTGRpVE : Jan..23.—Mrs. Lester Worthington :was brought home from the Garnett hospital Sunday where she has been for the last week and a half, following an operation. She is doing as well as she can. Miss Ida Worthington of qear Blue Mound, is; doing the housework for her. • !Mrs. H. A. Howard has been suffering from an attack of influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder moved on the Ray Smock place Tuesday, vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson and family. Miss Jane Higgins and her sister, Kansas City spent the week-end wlith Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Howard arid Jimmie. On account of so much sickness the community program which was to be given Friday. January 27, has been postponed until Friday. February 3. , jMrs. Wcast is staying this week in Moran with her father, B. H. Rodenburg. A doctor from Bi'onson was called Monday evening to see Ed R. Trites. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything? Use the Classified columns! Wm imt-n IMS ', Postal Currency. During the Civil war. at the suggestion of Francis E. Spinner, treasurer of the United States, postage stamps were used as fractional currency. They were pasted on paper, or sometimes pncased in containers to prevent soiling. Another form was made by printing the words "Postage Currency" on pictures of stamps. Notes were made of four denominations: 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents and 50 cents. LONE ELM NEWS (Mrs. Penland.) Jan. 24.—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marlon- Spangler, a 7v4-pound girl. Mrs. Spangler and daughter are. In the hospital in lola. Lois Hutt'on was calling at Pen- Innd's Simday afternoon. 1 Mrs. Carl Kulp and daughter spent Friday with her sister, Mi 'S. Bertha Foster. i Clifford Reeve was calling at the A. L. Wilson home Monday evening. Ray Ponsler, formerly of Lone Elm. now of Long Island, N. Y., was calling on friends in this vicinity Friday. He was called here by the death of his mother who was buried in lola cemetery Friday afternoon. He left all his folks well. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sarver were Sunday visitors at the Alfred DePoe home. . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ellington and Betty Frank spent Sunday with relatives near Blue Mound. Mrs. Carl kulp was calling at Andy Sarver's Thursday afternoon. An all day meeting of the aid will bo held at the G. O. Reeve home Thursday to make some Important J5lans for the coming year. ] The graveling of the road between Colony and Lone Elm is progressing inlcelj^tn spite of the rain. SWAPPER'S COLUMN BINDER—Cow or .sow wanted in (!xchange for baled hay. J. W. Young. 1002 North Sycamore, lola, Kansas. Mbd ^l A Ford Coupe Plymonth 31 Coach Chrysler .60 Coupe, R. S. Chrysler 6 Sedan ^ oier with a ChrysW-" "You'll tie Happier ROSSSAIPCKLE GARAGE CHRYSLER-PLYMOIITB Sales—Service—Parts FINANCIAL 17 3asinq8s Opportunltiett BOWLING ALLEY—3 alleys, for sale. See owner at 421 So. Walnut. LIVf: STOCK 21 Horses,! Cattle. Vehicles FOR SALE— 2 good young male hogs, one spotted, one red. H. W. . Chaney, Gas. FOR SALE—1 red boar, 2 sows and pigs, 2 sows will farrow soon, 35 shoatSi weigh 40 to 90 lbs., 3 milk cows, E. O. -Miller, 910 South 8th Street; Humboldt, Kas. . FOR SALE—3 teams of mare mules, 4 to 5 years oW, weighing 2500 to 2700 apair; 20 head of mares and horses, good matched teams;'2 good yearling mare mules; 20 fresh cows, -giving 3 to 6 gallons milk per day; 3 bulls; 5 sets of harness; 4 wagons; ill kinds of farming machihery. 'Virill sell on time. J. C. Butcher. 22 jPoultry and Supplies BABY GHICK^All leading breeds. Custom Hatfching, I '-jC per egg. Taylor's Hatchery, 201 South Jefferson, lola. SUNFLOWER weekly. See clucks : or Hatchery, Bronsoo. CHICKS — Hatches us • before you get i latching. Sunflower MERCHANDISE 24 Artitilea For Sale BATTERIES — Guaranteed, $4.95. Ideal: Oarage. MOTOR OIL-60C gal.; 5 gal., $2 .ia Ideal Garagel Phone 174. 78 Household Ooods POUR COMBINATION gas, coal and wood range. Priced to sell. Curtis Furniture, 10 N. Wash, i NEW SHIPMENT of felt base rugs just in. Lowest prices in town. W. H. Wood Fine Furniture. USED STO'VES and Furniture. Store packed. Hennlnger's Furn. Store. 29 Machinery and Tools GANG PLO'WS-^Two good used horse drawn gang plows, irriced to sell. Allen County Implement Co. 30 Mosical, Badio CREAM SEPARATORS—Used, t^o trade for cattle, hogs or horses. Brownie's, Cream, Poultry, Eggs. Feeds, "and Seeds. GOOD GRAIN DRILL—Wheat, whole or ground, corn and alfalfa, hay. Would exchange for lister, single, or two-row lister cultivator, hoi-ses. cattle, or ^ what have you. Ollle Sutherland. • HORSES. MULES—Will trade for cattle or hogs or what have you? Will buy horses and niules. H. D. Smock, 302 South Walnut. OUT OUR WAY By Williams REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS (Prom the Office of The lola Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) January'.26. 1933. J. R. Adams and Stella M. Adams, his wife to John W. Campbell and Martha E. Campbell, his wife, NH of lot .11 and all of lot 12. block 8, City of Petrolia. Kas.. $1,000. " A small ad in the Classified columns often puts over a big deal. THE J. F. GRENNAN PRODUCE CO. C. OJ COGHILL, Manager POULTRY AND EGGS Egg Ca.ses and Supplies Old and Reliable—EstabUshed 1911 Comer Monroe and Elm • (Just West; of the W&ter Tower) WISE Jan. 24.—Mr. and Mrs..David Bryan and Mrs.^ Henry Eyler visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Brj-an's i was badly bruised as a result of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gullett car skidding and overtiu'ning be- and -family. LaHarpe. ' tween Flarsons and Pittsburg. An- We extend sincere sympathy to other man who accomi>anied him W; L. Noble in the death of his i was. uninjured. mother, who lived near Harris. Mr. ai\d Mrs. W. H. Wood spent Sunday with Mr. and • Mi's. Grieve and family. The H. O. A. club met with Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and .son Dale were week-end guests of Will i Harry Wcast and family of Parsons. Scholarship letters will be awarded the following students at the Umeda Delp January 17 for an all;chapel assembly Tuesday morning day meeting. The day was spent i next: : 'Velda Barrlcklow, Pauline quilting a quilt for the hostess. At i Dietrich. Margaret Hauser. Arthur noon a delicious dinner was served i Horn. Clyde Lassman, Margaret cafeteria style. The club will meet | Strieby.' Margaret Wishart, Ralph with Mi 'S. J. E. Williams February 7 : Womack. Lorraine Barrlcklow, Ruth for an afternoon meeting. i Naydeen Bowlby. Pauline Foster. Mrs. Archie Cuppy, lola, has been 'Earl Blythe. Juanlta Bryan, Mavis visiting the past few days with her'Kelley.; Doris Kent. George Works mother. Mrs. W. L.Noble. tand Lawrence Hess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray and i '• The honor roll for the high Lorrene and Mrs. George Davis! school for the third six weeks Is as i .spent .Sundaj- at the Frank Schllnk j follows: Helen Aker. "Velda Barrick- home. I low. Pauline Dietrich. Margaret We are sorry to report Mrs. Albert Hauser. Arthur Horn, Margaret Hockett being \'er>' ill at this writing. Streiby: Margaret Wishart, Ralph Mr.^ and Mrs. Arthur Johnson vis- Womack. Ruth Naydeen Bowlby, Ited at the Dan Johnson home. Sun- Pauline Foster, Earl Blythe, Mavis day. j kelley. George Works and Law- Mrs. 'Will Grieve •visited Mrs. rence Hess. Prank Schllnk one afternoon last i Mrs. Pugate. formerly Miss'Allda week. ' j Braucher. Is substituting for H, H,' WILL TRADE 1 good metal 150-. egg capacity incubator for Vi dozen White Wyandotte hens. Mrs. Sam Gerdsen, 5 miles- north of Bayard. AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Sale THE CHEVROLET DEALER HAS THE BEST USED CARS IN TOWN 1928 Chevrolet Landau Sedan 1932 Chevrolet Pickup 1920- Cliev. Panel Delivery 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Chevrolet Coupe 1927 Chrysler Roadster 1929 Dodge Sedan 1929 Dodge Sedan 1929 Essex' Coupe • 1931 Ford Truck, long wheelbase 1930 Ford Coupe 1929 Ford Truck 1929 Hudson Sedan 1928 Pontlac Sedan 1928 Pontlac Coach 1928 Hup 8 Coupe 1929 Whippet Coacli Plenty of Other Bargains BUD WHITE MOTOR CO. Dodge SALES AND SERVICE Plymouth SEVERAL good u.sed radios. Terms. Hcnriinger's Furnlture Store. ROOMS FOR RENT 34 Apartments and Flats APARTMENT—3 rooms, nicely furnished, sink adjoining bath, garage, reasonable. 411 S. Sycamore. FUItNISHED APARTMENT—Three ! robms, with pantry, closets, porch- ! es, private entrance, modern, close in. Phone 1234. Real Estate For Rent 36 Farms ai^d Land For Rent FOR (RENT—Improved 15 a. adjoin. Ing city limits. Henderson Really Co. S7 Honaies For Rent FOR' RENT—Houses, good location. See G. E. Pees. HOUSE— 6 rooms, modern, fur^ rtlshed if desired. R. M. Cunningham, over Pe^mey's. MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE—501 East streetj with garage and with or without some furniture. Phone 387. 8-ROOM MODERN at 809 E. Jackson, lola Land Co.. south of lola State Bank. Real Estate For Sale 39 Business Property For Sale GROCERY—Doing cash, business at Devon, Kas., brick building. 3 rcioms, live In one, building 50x50. Rent, $20.00. Can liandlq feed, chickens, crepm and gas at curb. Good community, crops, and dairy- ,lng. Cash only. Selling on account of health. Big bargain. O, P. Wllch. Devon, Kas. Dependable Used Cars and Trucks ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone 30i Cash—Trade—Terms PONTIAC-BUICK Sales and Service, Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jefferson Phone 80 6 Auto Accessories, Tires^ Parts SPECLAL PRICES on Batteries. We repair all makes of batteries; Geo. R. Riser, 224 N. Jeff. Phone 63. Repairini:—Garages BATTERY Rechargtog. 50c. . Garage. J Ideal BUSINESS SERVICE 9 Business Offered 1933 PRICES—Hanless, collars, strap work, etc. We have a sewlng.ma- chlne and can taKfr-care of repair work. Shannon Hardware. Pho. 29, «0 Farms Land For Sale FOR, SALE CiR RENT—Good - 80- acre dali7 farm, 3 miles south of lola on State street road, ;Robert Bates, Route 3, Chanute, Kas. SACRIFICE SALE—Attractive Improved 160 al second bottom farm, gravel road. Mtge. $1500.00, Take • Ida home as part payment.: Henderson Realty Co. 41 Houses For Sale HOUSE—7 robms modem, garage. outbuildings, good condition. See : it at 812 North Jefferson. 43; To Exchange—Real Estate EQUITY IN 40 ACRES—2 mi. town, to trade. What have you? Address Box 77. care Register. Cream, Poultry and Eggs Flour and Feed It win always pay you lo trade with us. R-CMcKinney Feed Store Opposite Postoffice Phone 389

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