Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 28, 1933 · Page 3
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r lOLA. KANSAS fors. Henderson Mitchell went to Mrsons today i to, attend an A. O. U.'W, juvenijle |meeting. Mrs. C. S. Bishop and her daugh- ecT Miss Ruth spent Wednesday alt- ejTioon ih Chariute, the guests of, : Mrs/Clyde Bishop. .—Dr. D. D. DieNeen, Surgery, Gynecology and T. B. Phones: Office 42?;'Residence 95liF12. Office over Ramsays. Naomi Jean Bedenbender, young , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Be- "aenbender. is quite ill with influ- _enza- Mr. and Mrs., D. R. Blohm and their children will spend Sunday with- Mr. Biohm-s brother J. W. Blohm and his family, who live east " of-town. FAIRMONT'S Pasteurized m\k ' "Health iin Every Bottle" The flavor l>? parlicnlarly delicious. Children prefer it. ,'A.sk your grocer or phone 91 Mrs. ^E. C. Cannon Is recovering from a bad attack' of Influebza. jMr. and. Mrs. Lewis Johnson announce the birth this morning of a lOrpound son. —Dr. H. L. Lac .4 Dentist. Office over Brown's Druig Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. kir. and Mrs. H. C. laMuhyon visited Friday ariei|noon with-Mi'.. LaMunyon's mother Mrs. Tom La- Munyon. wlio is ill ajt her home near Bllildred. Mr. and Mrs. Mjbrle Myers announce the birth thjls morning of a 7-pound daughter! whom they have named Carol Joan. SUNDAY 'S SPECIALS Turkey, Dressing.! Giblet Sauce Stuffed Pork Tenderloin Pineapple Cole Slaw Com A La Southern 'Apricot Ice ) - Pudge Squares MeeU's POLLY ANN CAFE Pl]onei790 Mrs. W. R.' Bristcr and her son -Russell have returned from a visit witii Mr. and Mcs. Dan Bartholomew in Joplin, Mo. , . Miss Charlotte Burtnett - has as /(>? guest for the week-end Miss Margaret £sther Thayer, who 1-e- .sides northwest of town. --^^ati.sfaction Guaranteed or your mphry bacl^ on the new Gold Seal Congoleum i Ruf(s. Curti.s Furniture. .Mrs. J. L. tor Bnrban J, .son Wednesday ' days' visit :pdrent.s, Mij more. Jemison and her dnufeh- Loui.se went ,to Bron- cvenlnK for a few with Mi's. Jemison's and Mrs. C. H. Whit- J. H. Burger will leave tonight for Chicago where he will attend a designers' jonventlon whicli convenes therfl'January :10 to February. 4. .\FTER INVENTORY S.VLF, _of— . WINTER DRESSES One-Half Price and Less! RAMS.*YS J. E. Hobait of Coffeyvillc and iSiayor Harmon Hobart left this morning for Glen Elder on business. They will return Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Car|l Cory returned last evening from Frankfort. Ohio, where they were called a month ago by the seiHou.s illness of Mr. Cory's mother -Mrs. Jennie Cbry, who Ls now much improved. —Dr. Mitchelli=s 1932 Pontiao Coupe for sale. Anyone interested see Arthur L. Mlddleton. Admr. i Mary Louise CoUlentz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coblehtz is confine^ to her hoijie by illness. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Newland and their son Dale Jr.. of Chanlite will bo guest.s Sunday,of'Mrs. Newland's mother. Mrs. Emlie Bales and her family. Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pre.ssed Miss Dorothy Mary Marj^rie Ing the w Brainard n Coblentz and Miss Schwardt are spcnd- -end with Mi.ss Mary Carlylc. rim lOLA DAILY REGISTER, SATUftPAY EVENING. JANUARY §8. 10:^3. TEE NEWFAJJGp !^U(jy^^ -•35c dek ; Mrs. Wi I. McCall and her daughter Miss Elra. who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cook the past rlV-w .daj-s, left Friday afternoon for y ^'ii ^.-ada. Mo., -where they are spending thev winter with Mr., and Mrs., Lee Parlce. Mrs; Parlce is a daugh- I tcr of Mrs. McCall. : —Fairness plus .sincerity. Waugh ' Funeral Home.- ' Miss Arlene Gavin, who has been confined to her bed for a week, is ! able to be up npain' and f eehng much better. Mr. and*Mrs. H. "w. Dille returned this afternoon to their home in Em; jwria after a two-day visit with Mr. Dille's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dille and Mrs. Dille's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wedekend. I ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Mrs. Louis Burger and her infant daughter Joy Lee returned home today from St. John's hospital. O. M. Stevens, sup)erintehdent of !the Missouri Pacificiof Wichita..was i in lola today on business. i Miss Marie Davis will leave thi.s evening for Independence where she will be a week-en^ gue.st of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Potter and of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Fergus.' Meet Your Friends at the Palace Hotel Lobby i -in the New KOZY KOVE CAFE 117 West Street We will Rerve- the .same good home cooked meals- with the trimmings 25c and .'50c. lola's newest cafe open for business- Monda>. " Watcn for formal oprninff Mrs. Kathryn Clevenger is expected to i return home Monday or Tuesday [from Rochester, Minn., where she ments at several mdnths. The So: Friday aft«moon -Mrt. E. N, ! in attendance. by Mrs. B: ing will b^ in the home has been receiving treat- St. Mary's hospital, for Jthside Bible .class mA at the home of Willett withI3 membei-s The lessoa was led O. Kem. The next meet- held Friday; February 3, of Mrs. Ila Wat«)n,. BHAKES RUINED Winter brings an added strain on the brakes—more stopping, more jamming on the brake pedal. Have ybui; brakes tested, adjusted, or relined today. Be Sure! Be Safe! SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 60 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wright had as their dinner gtiest; Friday M!i-s. Wrights mother. Mrs. S. E\ Perkins of Moran. Ml-, and Mrs. B. H. Christian of Ottawa announce the. birth January 22 of a 10>i -pound son whom they have named Larrj' Gene. Mr. and Mrs. Christian formerly resided in ilola. . Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wright will visit Sunday with relatives in Eureka. Mr. Wright is the local Missouri Pacific cashier. Clcaninit and . Pressin.? « SALE Monday and Tuesday Suits. Dresses. Coats Cleaned and Pressed 29c 4 Garments $1.10 We ore now equipjKd to install agencies in nearby towns. Those interested write CUT RATr CbEANEuk 109 West St.-^hone 775 •j Mrs. Roy Lanferman. who has been ill the past week, is reported much Improved today. • We have sold 12 New Fanltless Electric Washers This Month. Names famished on request. Gei yonrs while the RolIiA-Tnbs ai« Free. Priced bright. Tenns are ri?bt. W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITCRE .202 S. Jeff.—Phorie 190 •The following out of town relatives attended the funeral-riteis-this afternoon of "VV. T. Barneit: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bamett of Nevada, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bamett and {.heir daughter Betty, of Wichita: and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bamett. of Chillicotlie<. Mo. • S. R. Lusk. George Plummerfelt. and L. D. Cox of the local Safeway .store will go to^Kansas City Sunday, to attend a^ Safeway banquet and meeting which will be held at , the. .President hotel. _ THE J; F. GRENNAN PRQDUCECO. C. O. COGHILL, i^nager V POULTRY AND EGGS ,F'Se Cases and Supplies ' • i ,01d and Reliable—EstablLshed 1911 Comer Monroe and Elm (Just West of the Water Tower) Miss Hazel Hobarfc of Coffey%'ille |-is spending the week-end with her aunt Mrs. L. Hobart, aiid her cousins Misses Daisv and Florence Hobart. The condition of Jess Howard, proprietor of Howards Shoe and Bicycle shop, who has been ill since Armistice day. is not .so well today according to hLs niece Mi-s. Gaston Fontaine. George .V. Young, proprietor of the. Self Ser\'ice groceiy, was able to be at his store a little while Friday afternoon after being, confined to his ; home with sciatic rheumatism the past three weeks. —Thirty years of continuous progressive Service. Sleeper Mortuary. Mrs Dr. and will spend Sunday as guests of Spencer Gard O. L. Garllnghouse at Kansas City their daughter, Mrs. and her family. Miss Elnora Heynk of lola underwent a major operation this morning at St. John's.hospital. Cream. Ponltry, and Eggs Flour an4 Feed It wiir always pay you to Trade With Us R. C. McKINNEY FEBD STORE Opp. P. O. Phone 389 Mrs. Jane Hill, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. L. R. Wight and Mr.'.Wight the pa.st two daj's. will return tonight to her home in LaHarpe. Miss Mildred McKinney. a teacher iri the Hutchinson city schools, came home tbday for a week-end visit with her mother M^.s. R. C. McKinney and her family*. Wj ELL, THE DISTANT INrLAWS JIMJE ALL SET FOP THE NIGHT AND THE LITTLE NEWFANGLE AFARTMEJ^T 19 FILLED TO CAPACITY NSWgRS Of »*»»Ta >i "THH: animal KIIOWII is tlie LLAMA. Tlie poppy is used for making OI'U'M. iThe map is that of IRAQ. Farm Bureau ...News... FARM CALENDAR. Monday, Janiiary. 30. Office. J Tuesday, January' 31. Cottage Grove unit meets with Mrs. Ladd at 2:00 o'clock. • . Wednesday. February 1. Horvlllei Wednesday night, Pebniaxy 1. Class mdeting at LaHarpe. 8 o'clock, Thur^ay, February 2. Preisldent's meeting with Miss Smurthwaite at 2 o'clock. Friday,. February 3. Moran unit meets at the home of Mrs. Prank IhirrLs at 1 o'clock. Saturday. February 4. Vacation day. Helpful Thou self Somebody rht: "To think one- is folly; t^ create a personality is pbwer. Household Hnt: Keep a marble or so in the teakettle to keep lime from crusting. Heavy cakes-may be caused by: a. Falling while being baked, owing to jarring. ' i b. Too little flour. ' c. Too much fat—"sad" or hea^T cakes. Recipe: Apple Sauce Cake. Half cup butter. 1 egg (beaten), 1 cup raisins. 1 cup nuts, l-'l, cup fiour, 1 tsp. soda. 1 tsp. cinnamon, 'i: tsp. cloves. 1 cup applesauce. Cream butter and sugar. Add egg and fruit chopped and flavored. Add flotu- sifted with .soda. . Add spices and apple sau^e. Bake in a tube pan lined with gieased paper. Bake ]' - hours in a moderate oven. Nazarene Chtirch. (223 North Sycamore) The Sunclay Bible school will begin at 10 a. m:; with Mrs. Nellie Randel superintendent. The pastor, will preach the sermon at 11 a. m. The sermon subject, 'Conditions for a Revival." Very likely the church will sponsor a revival beginning tomorrow, with the local talent. The Yoimg People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Mr. Gaddis, president. Evening service 7:30 p. m. The pastor will preach a second sermon on "The Opening of the Seven Seals of Revelation." Come worship with us tomorrow. Watch • the news items for the fiirthor announcement of the re- vi%'al. . M. R. BISHOP. Pastor. AND OfTHEB NEWS ITEMS Topekp—C(>n M. Buck, 59, who retired last July as division engineer for the Santa Fe, died here yester- daji following a cerebral, hemorrhage. He had been with the railroad almost co >ntlnu6usly since his graduation from Kansas State college in 1896.: ' • Among surviving relatives is W. F. Buck, his bi-other, chief engineer for the state highway department. A small ad m the Classified col- umn.s often puts over a big deal. (By J..P./HeLL) Mrs. W. K. Black, 423 South Elm; spent the afternoon Thursday with Mrs. J. P. Bell. ; i • Mrs. Dewey Stattler, South Third, spent ^he dajr Thursday- with Mrs. Elizabeth Holeman, 306 South Pourthl / Mrs. J: P.' BeU, 22 South Kentucky, |Who has been ill a long time, remains about the same. • '• • Mo^t of the East lola people who were attacked' with flii sometime- agD ,r have sufficiently recovered to be ^ble to go about their dally avotiations. Mrs. Walter Black called on Mrs. Maiy Bradley, 420 South Fourth, Thuirsday. ' ' Miss Hazel HoWey, 16 South Kentucky, left yesterday for Ottawa, where she tisited her \mcle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. V: CJimpbell. 1'he Campbells are former residents of lola. .' Art; Howey drove to Burlington yesterday with a mixed truck load of stock. S. E. Cason drove to Kansas City yesterday after a truck load of merchandise for Tola merchants. Little Bobble Cason, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Cason. 13 South Kentucky, who was quite ill the first of the week, is better today. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Townsehd have moved from South Second to an apartment over the Poster store. Overcoats were in' evidence yesterday morning after being discarded during the spring-like weather the first of the week. I. A. Anderson, proprietor of the general store at 104 South Kentucky went to Thayer ye-sterday for a short visit with his brother, R. E. Anderson aind family. H. R. Croucher, 111 South Kentucky, who was seriouply ill. is still unable to be at his barber shop on South Kentucky. . Mrs. Henderson Mitchell and son Fred, 206 South Poiuth. drove to El Dorado yesterday on business. Fred Mitchell and Xieon Burcham made a business trip to Westphalia and Harris.yesterday. Mi-s. Oaal Mitchell. 206 South South Fourth, drove to Parsons today to attend a juvenile meeting of the A.| O. U. W. lodge. The, members and friends of the Rev. and Mrs. Ezra Hood, the new- pastor of the Church of God, Fourth and Madison, held a pound party at their home, 701 South Sj'caoiore last night. Norman Smith, 412 South Kentucky, who is quite 111, is slowly improving. Miss Evelyn Chllcote visited Friday with her aunt, Mrs. Charles Chllcote. ,311 North street. Mr. / and Mrs. Hank Mapes and daughter, (Jarlyn, were / dinner guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leslie a:nd fsmily. 434 South Fourth. Mrs. Mapes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie. A number of young people front Ti-inlty plan to attend the midwinter institute which has been postponed from February 3 and 4 to February 10 and 11. It will be held in Eureka. Mrs. Floyd Leslie is ill at her home in Davis Addition. Miss Louise Britton.was a dinner guest Thursday'of her cousin, Miss Evelyn Chilcote, 431 South Fourth. Circle No. 1 of Trinity met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Murphy, 227 South>^ Third. The busmess meeting was presided over by Mrs. L. A. McMlllian, president. A social time was enjoyed and Mrs. Mtirphy served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Britton and daughter, Louise, and son. Alonzo, were dinner guests "'Weteesday of TUSx. and Jirs. S.' D. Rabey. Acers Park. The dinner was ih honor of Mr. Ramey's birthday. Miss Chrystal Jenson, 850 North Sycamore, and Miss DoWtha Baker,; ?02 South .Third, left this afternoon for'Humboldt, where they will spend the week-end with Miss Jenson's grandparents. i | Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Howey Wnt ft^Iday afternoon with Mr. Howey's mother. Mrs. Marjorie Howey. Gas City, who is quite ill. i 'The Ladies of the Gas City and the Trinity churches will have a quilt display and tea at the home qf Mrs. Flora Rlcketts, tost Lawn, "Tuesday afternoon from two until five and Ti?esday evening iroto seven until nine. Quilts of all .kinds will be displayed, some many years eld' and .some quite modem. Everyone Is invited. • Ow^nr and Paul . Helsley, Humboldt, visited Wsdnesday aftenu)on with Amos Barnes. Arthur Faulkner, El Dorado, and Johnny Moore. Humboldt, spent Tuesday evening with friends In lol.t Mis? Prankie Letslnger, 20 South Ohio, motored to Humboldt Wednesday evening and visited friertd=!. The commiinlty penny duppt-r wluch is held>the first Wednesday or eadi month will be next Wednesday at Trinity. The supper will Ixs followed by a program! under the direction of the Rev. W- E. VanPa:- ten. James A. Davis, north of La­ Harpe, was calling on friends in lola Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wad Wliite, 211 South Fourth, are visiting W. and Mrs. George White. Clianute. Mr. White is the son of the Whites of Chi'.ni'te K. L Kiffby, Wichita, was an all r.iph" r-fsl Tuesday of S. S. Wiiit ski ••, it. South Ohio. Circle No. 2 of T^nity met Thurs- dnv fl'.-rnoon virith Mrs. J. C. Robin .-i3n. 61C South Fourth. Mis. E. J.' Wftp.ht presided over the bu.'::- ne,ss nftceting. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leslie, 4:;i South Foiurth, announce the' mar- riago of their daughter. Evelyn, to Mr. Mur\'in Hinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hinson, 428 North Elm. The wedding took' place at the Tiin- ify parsonage Wednesday afternoon, th;- Rev. W. E. VanPatteti' offici- RiiKe; Tliey were attended by Mrs. Le.sier Hinson. sister-in-law oi il:e (jrcom and Floyd Leslie,-brother o» t!.e bride. Mr. and Mrs. Hinsoa are making their home with Mr. F ;H .<;on's parents. James A. Davis, north of, La- Hanie, motored to Kansas \ City Monday on business. ! KANSAS BRIEFS I (By the Associated Press) Ottawa—Pleading guilty to participation in the robbel-y of the Lane State bank, October 22, James Bledsoe, 31, a farm hartd, yesterday was sentenced to serve from 10 to 50 years in the state penitentiary. Bledsoe, who said he never had been Involved in crime before, told of serving as a lookout for the men who robbed the bank. Valley Palls —George Harmon, Valley Falls, secretary of the state a£sociation of Kansas fairs, suffered severe Injuries last night when his motor car crashed throtigh a bridge east of here. He was taken to a Topeka hospital. • Physicians said they believed Harmon had become ill while driving. A. small ad in the Classified' column-s often putS over a big deal. OUT OUR WAY By WiUiatiiB -r »-\EW''^/e. GOT-THAT Gov OKI -M' «SPor. euocv< ARE. PUGWr VAva MACrt*vie FeR ANx -V P LACE vi\E.'& -T «>/»Ki' RiGHrr KiOvN/" t T^O TVAiMyV OF SbMC PLACE. -Tt» GO, FtR A CAAWGE.. -tU' -T5 KA €. -Tb GET A GO FA«SCcf?. BuT rtC's AiiV -FUGHT. He.'LU G£X Mone dp A CJAAWGE -To -rt4A -r Go^. New York, Jan. 28. (AP)—Scattered trickles of week-endl selUng gave the stock market a somewhat tmeven appearance In today's quiet short session. | A large part of the list held about steady, but several of the leaders were off fractionally to a point or so, at the finish. The closing tone was easy. The turnover was only about 300,OQO shares. V. S. Steel shares declined only moderately, despite active discussion in Wajl Street over next week's action on the preferred dividend, seeming to Indicate that any change in the payment had been largely .discounted. Week-end reports from the steel industry indicated that some further pickup in Ingot production was slated for some centers next week. V. S. Steel preferred declined little more than 1^ points, and the common about a; point. Eastman, American "Telephdno and Union Pacific lost a little more than a point, and isauesi'bfl about one-half to a jwint ;. included American Can, American Tobacco B. Santa Pe. Allied Chemical. New Yorjc Central, and Liggett & Myers B and others. Delaware & Hudson ruled a fraction higher. ' ' High Cities Serv 2-'A SO of Ind Amn Can 60"i Amn T&T 105'; Amn Tob B 60 An£\conda 1^'% Atchison 44"i Auburn. .. 47 Case J I '.... Chrysler ', Con Gas .... Con Oil Drug Inc .... DuPont Gen Elec ... Gen Motors . Mont Ward -. Packard ..... Penney J C . Phillips Petr Radio ....... Socony Vac . Std Brands . SO of NJ... Union Pac Tex Corp ..} U S Steel . J. Westingh E i. 46"i 13;i • 59 35 n;.' 40'i 15-; 13'i 14'.; 2'i 26'i • ; 5-; 4--; 7 15 29n 75 •••i 13'-i 28-'.; 29',i Low 2'i 20% 60 104'L- 59'.; 7"; 43"-; 46 =i .45'.i 13"; 58'-j 5'; 35'i 39'.i 15 13'1 14 26-; 5-v; 4'^ 6"i 14-'i 29 "i 74-li 13'; 27"! 28-s Close 60 104-H 60 7% 43-"i 46T; 45'-J 13"; 58^; 5'; 35 "i 39';^ 15's 13'i 14 2"; 26 "i 5-": 4U 6-i 14-.^ 29 --1 75 13=; 31 LOC.\L PRODUCE Eggs, firsts • Eggs, seconds Eggs, thirds..........^ Eggs, ungraded Hens, No. 1 Hens, No. 2 No. 1 Springs, 1'-: lbs. up .. No^ 2 Springs Caporis. over 9 lbs Capons, over 8 lbs Capons, over 7 lbs Capons, under 7 lbs Slips Butterfat: lb Stags, lb Cocks Geese, lb - • Guineas, each .; • White Ducks, lb. ... Colored Ducks, lb Hides, per lb Mb:ed Corn, bu Yellow Corn, bu Wheat, bu Kafir Corn ....lie 9c 7c 8c .... 9c .... 6c .... 6c .... 4c ....lie .... 9c .... 7c .... 6c .... 4c ....13c 4e ....'3c .... 3c ....lOc ... 4c ... 3c ... ic ,...15c ...160 ,...28C ,...13c Kansas City Produce. , Kan.sas City, Jan. 28. CAP)-Eggs 9'j. Other produce unchanged. . Kansas City Hay. Kansas City, Jan. 28. (AP)—No hay, receipts too light. : Kansas City Grain. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 28 CAP)— Wheat;' 83 cars. Down to "ric No. 2 'dark hard 44c; No: 3 451ic: No. 2 hard 41',a-47',ic: No. 3 41-440; No. 2 red 42-47C. Close—May 40'; c; July 41'4 c; Sept. 42 %c. Com: 21 cars. Unchanged. No.J2 white 22'.ic; No. 2 yellow 22i:i-22--4c and No. '2 mixed nom. 22-22 ''Vq with close at May 23c; July 24%c.' Oats: l'car. Unchanged. No. 2 white nom. 17-18c; No. 3 16-17c. Mllo maize 51c. Kafir 40-45c. Rye 33^4-34Vic. Barley 2I',i-24c. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. Mo., Jan. 28- (AP). (U. S. Dept. Agri.)—Hogs 800; 300 direct. Slow, weak to 10c lower than Friday's average". Top $3.10 on 180220 lbs. Desirable 170-250 lbs. $2.95® 3.10. A few 260-325 lbs. $2.65@2.95; odd sows at $2.10@2.25. Cattle 300; calves 15p. For weekr Light weight fed steers and yearlings weak to mostly 25c lower. Me- ^dium eight and heavy steers 25c to mostly 50c! lower. Light mixed yearlings and fed heifers mostly at 25c lower. Vealers 50c higher. Killing calves steady to 50c lower. Stock- ersland feeders steady to strong. Week's tops: Choice 1146 lb. steers $6.35. 1204 lb.,steers $5.50. Choice 1317 lb. beeves $4.85. Comparable grade 1515 lb. bullocks $4.00. Best mixed yeatllngs $5.75. Fed heifers $5.50. Bulk fed steers $3.50i®4.75. Good to choice vealers $5.00ffr6.00; a few $6.50.1 Killing calves $4 down. Most stoclcers and feeders $3.50'f< 5.C0. Yearlfng stockers up to $5.65. Fed stock calves $5.85. Sheep 1200 through. For the we(<l: Lambs SS TO SO C lower or aroiund 75c lower than week's high time. Sheep stlropg. Week's top fed lambs to the shiJDpers $6 .35; to packers $6.25 and closing bufk $5.25'g'5.50. Top ewes $2.65 J Most sales $2.00(f?2.50. Texas feeding lambs $4.85. Fleshy lots up- wardito $5.25. Chicken Salad Serving: 20, 6 clips diced, cooked chicken 5 ciiiis diced celery 2 teaspoons salt . ' 'i teaspoon paprika 4 .tp.blespoons chopped piBientos l',-l-|cups stiff mayonnaise Mix one-half mayonnaise with rest af ingredients. Chill. Serve in cxips of crisp lettuce.' Top with xeiriainirtg mayonnaise. When making chicken salad, boil chicken until tender. Cool and; allow to chill. With sharp knife or scissors cut chicken into \'- inch pieces.- Too small pieces make the sai.Hd unattractive. Cookie Torte. 3 egg whites licup granulated, sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 teaspoons vinegar 2-3 cup crumbled butter cookies • Beat egg. whites until they stand up in peaks. Add sugar slowly, two tablespoons at a time. Add vanilla and vinegar and fold in crumbled cookies. Turn into buttered, loose bottomed cake pan and bake in a slow oven (300d P.) 50-60 minutes. Serve covered with fresh berries, whipped cream or ice cream. Six po^tion^ SWAPPERfS COLUMN BINDER—Cow or sow wanted in exchange! for baled hay. J. W. Young. 1002 North Sycamore, lola, Kansas. ' CREAM SEPARATORS—Used, to . tr^de for cattle, hogs or horses. Brownie's, Cream, i Poultry, Eggs, Feeds, and Seeds.. ! GOOD GRAIN DRILLWheat, whole or groiuid, corn and alfalfa, hay. Would exchange for lister, single, or two-row "lister cultivator, horses, cattle, or what have you. Ollie Sutherland. HORSES. MULES—Will trade for cattle oi- hogs or what have you? Will buv horses and mules. H. D. Smock. 302 South Wahiut. ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions COMMUNITY SALE—Every Wednesday at J. C. Butcher's Sale Barn. Col. Smock, Auctioneer. Personals MATERNITY AND ADCJPTIONS— Seclusion for unfortunate girls, expense reduced by working; address Faivmount Hospital, 4909 East 27th, Kansas City, Missouri. i . Strayed, Lost, Found YELLOW PERSIAN CAT—Lost. Mrs. J. A. Tompkins. 415 S. Sycamore. AUTOMOTIVE h J Antomobiles For Sale SALES ^^^^ SE^^CE Dependable Used Cars and Trucks ELLIS MOTOR GO. Phone 301' Casli—Trade—Terms Model A Ford Coupe j ; Plymouth 31 Coach Chrj-sler 60 Coupe, R. S. • Chrysler 6 Sedan ' '. "Tou'Jl l3e Happier with a Ghrywler" ROSSAPUCKLE GARAGE CHRYSLEB-PLYMOVTII 1 I, Sales—Service—Parts LiVE S'XtJCK 22 Poultry and Supplies BABY CHICKS—All leading brtjeds.. Custom. Hatching, I'jo per *gB. Taylor's Hatchery, 201 South Jcf-' • ferson, lola. SUNFLOWER CHICKS —' HatChe.s weekly. See us before you > get chicks or hatching. Sunfldwer Hiatchery, Bronson. WHITE -WYANDOTTE hatching eggs, 10c a dozen abovd flVsts. Mrs. Bruce Armacost, R. 3, tola. Phone 998P21. • MERCHANDISE 24 Articles For Saw BATTERIES — Guaranteed, |4J5k Ideal Garage. MOTOR OIL—50c gal.; 5 gal., «i.ia Ideal Garage. Phone 174. 27-,. Feed, Fuel, Fertilizers ALFALFA HAY—Per bale. 25c. Allen County Implement C!o. • - • ' ': 28 Honsefaold Gooda FOUR COMBINATION gas, coal and wood range. Priced to .sell. Curtis Furniture, 10 N. Wash. MATTRESSES-We buy In large tiuantities and sell for less. W. H. .Wood Fine Furniture, 202 S. Jeff. USED STOVES and Furniture. Store _packed. Hennlnger's_Fum^jore. 29 Machinery and Tools GANG PLOWS—Two good Used .; horse drawn gang p'lows, priced to sell. Allen County Implement- Co. 30 Mnslcal, Rsidio SEVERAL igood used radios. Terms. - Henninger's ' Furniture Store.; ROOMS FOR RENT S4 HUDSON-ESSEX—Parts and Service. Bud White' Motor Co., 209 South street. Phone 60. PONTIAC-BUiCK Sales and Service Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeffei-son Phone 80 Repatjring- ;—Garages BATTERY Recharging, 50c. Garage. '. | Idea) BUSINESS SERVICE Business Service Offered 1933 PRICES-iHamess, collars, strap work, etc.. V^e have a sewing machine and can take care of repair work. Shannbn Hardware. Pho. 29. FINANCIAL 17 Business Opportunities BOWLING ALLEY— 3 alleys, for sale. See owner at 421 So. Walnut. 18 Money to Loan^Insurance $500 TO $700 to loan on gilt edge real estate. Box 367, lola. Kas. EMPLOYMENT 14A Salesmen Wanted RESPONSIBLE MAN wanted as Supervisor for lola District. Collection, investigation; special contact work. Exp. unnec. Permanent, full time; good pay. Write J. N. BLEAM, Union Nat'l Bank Bldg., Manhattan. Kansas. • LIVE STOCK 21 Horses, Cattle, Vehicles FOR SALE— 2 good young male hogs, one spotted, one red. H. W. Chaney. Gas. FOR SALE— 3 teams of mare mules, 4 to 5 years old, weighing 2500 to 2700 a pair; 20 head of mares and horses, good matched teams; 2 good yearling mafp mules; 20 fresh cows, giving 3 to 6 gallons milk per day; 3 bulls; 5 sets of harness; 4 wagons; all kinds of farming machinery. Will sell on time. J. C. • Butcher. Apartments and Flats APARTMENT—3 rooms, nicely hir- ; nished, sink adjoining bath, garage, reasonable. 411 S. Sycanwre. FURNISHED APARTMENT—Three . rooms, with pantry, closets, porches, private entrance, modern, Olose - in. Phone 1234. : Real Estate^ For Rent 36 Farms and Land For Reni FOR RENT-^Improved 15 a. adjoin• ing city limits. Henderson Realty I Co. •: IMPROVED 200-ACRE farm: for ; rent. Frank Ellis! at Brown's Priig ' Store. 37 Honaes For Rent CLEAN. 4-RQOM^arage, Irult, . splendid garden plowed; good lo, cation. 330 South Kentucky.i , FOR RENT-Houses, good location. See G. E. Pees. ' i HOUSE—6 rooms, modern. • fur; nished if desired.' R. M. Cuntoinp.- ; ham, over Penney's. MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSEV-^01 East street, with garage and? with or without some .furniture. Ehone 387. • 8-ROOM MODERN at 8P9 E. Jaeik- son. lola Land Co., south of lola state Bank. ; Real Estate F<^ Safe 39 Business Property for Sa9e GROCERY—Doing cash[busInMS at • Devon, Kas., brick builditig, 3 rooms, live In one, buHdlng 50x50. Rent, $20.00. Can handle leed, chickens, cream land gas at pyrb. Good commiinlty, crops, and dairying. Cash oiily. Selling on account : of. health. Big bargain. O. P. Wllch. Devon. Kas. 40 Farms and Land For Sale FOR SALE OR RENT—Good^80- acre dairy farm, 3 miles south of lola on State street road. Robert Bates, Route 3. Chanute, Kas.~ SAC^RIFICE SALE—Attlactive IxA- proved 160 a. second bottom fattn, gravel road. Mtge. $1500.00. Take lola home as part payment. Hen- _derson Realty Co. • 41 Honses For ^ale HOUSE—7 rooms modem, garage, outbuildings, good condition, aje It at 812 North Jefferson. 43 To Excliante—Keai EsUie EQurry IN 40 ACRES ^2 mi. town, to trade. What have you? Address Box 77, care Register. ^

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