Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 23, 1927 · Page 5
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) -^,*^l8*raRDAY; DEC. 2* • .iXPp 'Tlia Asfoi-inttti fresai .'Programs In Central Smndard time. All time ta P. M. unless otlienvlw In-. dloite^ -Wave Icnctlis on left of call l«tlers,'Hcllocyc1c^on rlslit- . 272.6<-WPG Atlantic City—1100 9;00—tJarmonioa l^nil .' -. >:30—Dance Music <i'^ lirs.) 28$J—WBAL Baltimore—1050. 4;0CM—Clirlisimas Cnrols: clirvlr - B:B5l-"Tw«q Night Before Christmas" 6:30—Pluher Orchestra 6:30—Jtibtlcc Singers 7:00-r-Xew York Symphony OrchcEtra "S:00—Phjlco Hour !»:(HH-M«inlclnal Band WEEI Bokton—590 E:aO—i<Vald6rf-Astoria" Orchestra • :3Q—Orchestra: HfBli»»ay Keport . .7:00^—New York S>-mphony Orchestra .| 8:C|0—Old Gold on Broadttay ' 461.3—WNAC Boston—650 7:00—^Carol Service- 8:30—Community Christmas Sineers 9:30— r ^el^aradls Band 10;0i;—Commuuiiy Chri.stmas Sincera t S02.8—WGR-Buffalo—990 7:00—HlBh Jinker.. 8:00—Old Gold on Broadwa >M 9:30—Chrtstmaii CarolR:;Dr. .S. Parkes • Cadman (S hrs.) li 545.1—WMAK Buffalo—550 6:50—Theat>r Program 7:30—MlMlcal I'roeram. • 8:30—XVlfAK I'layt r» i 9:00—tt»nce Orcheotras (? hrs.) , 422.3—WOR Newark—710 7:1&—'Old Xnin«' " 8:00—Little Symphfiny 9:00— won PliOTM }V:00-rBroadwuy Cliri^linaa Kv<'- Or- cheiitr.a W:Jft—Ye ChrlMnia-i <'a:oI yi,6—WEAF New York—610 KUM—Waldorf AMorla Orr h.Htia 6:00—Heuth Hea li-lander* «:;0-iHlKh Jlnkirir . 9rt«-T-PttVli VOr, Orcluxira 10:00-'-CaKi« IlaKun'x Or 'hi -.'.ira 4B4.3h-WJZ New York—660 • trtt—Kr-.vr York Symphony Orclu'iJIra «:00-iph|lfo Huur - ',):no-rKi 'ylni)ii<' l^uii 10:00—iSliwnber .Mnxic 31S .6—KDKA PittlbuCBh—950 G:00—rDlnnifr Conrfit 6:l!i—Home Kadiu Club 6:20—-Concert 7:00—New York Symphony Orr -h>-Ktra , «:00--i'lilIco.Hour I " 483.6—WJAR Providence—620 • 7:00^—New YOrk Symphony Orch<-f-tra 8:od—Millhristmas Civic Celebration 9;04—rCbristmas Kve PniRram 9:38—Christmas Kvc Feature 277.6—WHAM Rochester—1080 I i 6:30—Two Piinio Keiital • .7:00—Radiotrons ; 8:00—Phiico Hour 9:00-r^rBan lUcil.iI 10:00—New; Dance Music • S78.5—WGY Schenectady—790 . [•''B-'OO—Santa Ciaus- 8:30—Dinner Music 6:30^HiBh JInkers 7:30^Old Gold on C.-o.-«Uway 10:00—Dance iProsTi^m" • • 333.1—WBZ Springfield-900 -SlnginB Orche.etra \ -7:3<>- -Musical Prosram 8:00—Ctiristmas Party . 10 :00— Danco Music 356.9—CKCL Toronto—840 4:ir>—Santa CI BUS 6:00—Puddicombc Progra m - . .4«8.5-i:WRC Washington—640 . {• 5:00—Waldorf-.Aytorla Orrhr-strn 7:M)—New Ywrk Sympli'-iiy OrclKstra 8:00—Phiico'Hour ./ ,9:00—Pal.iis dOr Orclicsira 19:35-:—Christmas ProKram (l";; Iir^.) 516.9— WT J ^G Worcester—580 S:.'ifl:—liancn iu'eliMtra • ',7:00—New Yo/l; .Symphony On-hi-stra SrOfl—PhVlco Hour . -.-5:00—Dance Mu>lc ; SOUTHERN a»^.9 -^WWNC Asheville—1010 B:00—IMn'nrr Mui<i'- 11:00—t;hrlftma."i Musir: <;.l.-.. i i.ili 478.9— WSB Atlanta—633 7:00—New York S*\-inpli"iiy' ur .-ii.-; I ra s:oo -*Phiico ii..|-" 9:30-TChrii»ima».f."rii;.-j ; 245.8—WOOD Chatt.-ooon.' lC2a 7:00—•SUndav Si-lii>.,l i.. •.- n »i:00—ChrlBlm.'4« c.i:..' -S«4.-4*=kTHS Hot Spt-n;|i .791 8:00—ArllriKlon I'.n-- -nli:. S:30-U?lirlntmi.s C - , s 'H:t)0—Danct; l-'n.ln 336.9—WJAX Jar .(-3onvil C -3D6 , 7 :00r—Studio I 'l... -StOn^PhilOd !J..iir . ,(»:oa-i-Dmii-<.' Ur .ii. -.(r.. • • ! <»fl .3—WHAS Loii.iv.llc—ObO \ 7:00—New Yorii n-i.li-.nv i ii -cli -.ilra "1>:<J0—Phiico }hiv. .516.9—WfrfC Memphis—G80 ' 7:00r-:-New York Svmpliiniy O: i.-lii stra S:OOi-^l'liilco II..ui 336.9—WSM Nashvlljc—890 6;Il»-rDinner Cmn er: . 7:00--New Y(.rk S.vmpli":r> on-hcslra 81«0-rPJ»lleo Hour •'9;00— ^atm D ;ini - 32?.4—WSMB New Crl-.ins—930 . • ;30-!-^Varic<l Pr.v ;T ..!ii •. CENTRAL . 526—KYW.Ci.;-.3o—570 6:30—I>inn*'r . M IL-1.; 7:011—-Nev Yolk S;.i.>!.:i..iiy Uri;!if<«tra 8:00-r-;Phllco • 8 :90—Coiisr<.-M C.!;;i;>..ii ; S8S.«^WE^H .WJJb etii< 6 :0n —Palmer House Symphooy 7:00—Oivliestr.i; Choir ' S:00—Studio ProBram 11 :00 —Chris^nas Eye Prosram , 4)6.4— WGN-WLtB Chicago—720 7:30—Drake Ensemble S:00—SonB ICociial • 8:.".0—OrKiin !»:no—Murk Love, ba:*so' 11:00—llnudlums 344.6—VVLS Chicago—870 6:00—Suppe'rbell ProKrani 7::!C—National Barn Dance 11:00—Slunv Broadcast 11:30—National Barii Dance 447.5—WMAQ-Woi -hif;ago^670 S:00—Radio Pllololosue 1 S:40—Popular Song Cycle I«:00—Christina* Prograpi: Octet, ilainiUnnians i::00—("himes". Dance Music 428.3—WLWCincjnnati—700 7:00—.S'ew York Symphony Orciic3tr» 8:00—P.Mlco Hour 1 •.•:00—Orspn ! 10:00—Dante .Music 361.2—WSAI Cincinnati—830 6:W—Chrli'tma.s Cantata v 11:«0—Christnin.s Mu.sic; Cliim.s , i599.8—Wl4.M Cleyelina—750 '\ C:00—Neapolitans '• • 7:<iU—Blue Flash Indians S;on—Wlllaid Cavaliers •J.(i0—WauderijiB MInstre'rs 545.1—WFAA Call:;i—550 .i;:30—Story Hour; Castillan Hcvlct i7:'iO—.MuKlcal t-nlis i«:fl0—Tenor: Baritone 11 :n(i—Danre Orchestra 11:30—Pulnce Theater Keaturei - 374.8—woe Davenport -Moo r*;i.'t— f'hinu-s Concert li:Oll—.Sport .S 'eWH 7:wu—.Vi-w York .Sympiiony Ot<)fcntr» - I'hilto Hour • 535.4—WHO Oes Moines—560 C;r.(i—l-*.iur KintfM of Harmony. 7;i,(,_\,.»v York .Symphony Orrlie»lr» »v:(iO-PhlIcii Hour ;i:00—I 'alalH d'Or Orrhe«lra OiKM Hac^n'x Orchestra . 440.9—WCX-WJR Detroit—680 " r,:iin—tin lnJcliii 7:<in-'-Ni-w York Symphony Orchislra a-.itu —I'hllro Hour •J;0«—IVi-sonalliy Girls 352./—WWJ Detroit—850 4:ii<l—Orchestra Sluslc 7:3 (1 —tJld Gold on Broadway S:!)0—.Studio Feature 499.7—WBAP Fort WorthT-«00 6.?l>—Sunday School" Lesson Review ,k;00—Phiico Hour • 370.2—WDAF Kansas City—810 •"7:00—-Vcw York Symphony Orchestra X-.OO —Phiico Hour 9:00—Popular Proeram i 1J:43—Nighthawks 405.2—WCCO MInneapolis-St. Paul—74« 'r 7: 06 —New York Symphony Orchestra S:00—I-hHco Hour • 3:00—Fireside Philosophies 9:1 j—Minneapolis Symphony Ordie»- tni 508.2—WOW Omaha—690 7:00—-Vcw York Symphony CTchcstm >::no—Phlli-o H>iur • !) :00—Varied rro?ram • ; 545.1—KSD St. Louis—550 7;O0—New York Symphony Orchentm S no—Pill loo Hour r>;On—Palais d'Or Orchestra 10:00—Ca.«s HaBanV Orchestra • 348.6—KVOO Tulsa—«60 6-.nn—Sundav^hool Leason 7::'.n—Qiiai-lvt: S:(in_Phil.:c. Hour a:00—.\ucllin HrldBC Ganiea / WESTERN 325.9!|-KOA Denver—920 10:00—Dan|o I'rogram (2 hrn.) 1 468.5—^Fl Los Angelev-640 10:011—Saturday Nito Rcvuo 11 MM!—PhlK-o Hour . . ' I:oiu—.MidiilBht Frolic 416.4—KHJ Los Angeles—720 !>:iiii—Classic Concert Hour —Popular Concert ll;U(i—Jlusic Review 336.9—KT4X Los Angeles-890 ,l":fi(>—Feature ProKiaiii L':00a—Midnight Uxpicss 1 384.4T-KGO Oakland—780 10:00—Radlolt'oii H'lUr 11 :ii«—Philio Hour 1:00a—Uaticii Hour 608.2i-KLX Oakland-590 9 :00 —.NVvvJt Broadcast 4 ?1.5-:-KGW Portland—610 ri;(i0—iVncci.l .Music 1ii:(i(i—(irand' f)i>' ra 11 :vn_Phllto Hour 13:00—SatUiday .MIc R.-vii" 454.3—KFRC S.in Francisco—600 )!:3ij—1 Vi ii!:.<i-< 1():iii)—Fir"t l-:!Mii.-i>! Slorv 11 :<iu—DaiiOc'<ii -i -licstr.i>! <3 lira.) 3:00a—Clirl.sdiias I-:vc Service* 422.3—KPO San Francisco—710 S^nO—Ye Towne Crycr X:30—()iHic."lra 10:00— NBC Program (2 hitu) 447 .6--KFOA Seattle—670 9 :00 —Boy Scouti< '.•:30—Camp Fire Girls . 10:00—Radlotron Hour 13:00—I"opular Dance I'rogram - 348.6—KJR Seattle—860 8:30—Dinner Mu>lc 9:30—Sludio lYusram S70.2—KHQ Spokane—«!• 10:00—RCA Prosiam H;rto_PhiIco Hour 13:1)11—Dance Music' *'40a—Mldnicht Masa .... I ' TM. famous :ki jijlL at Revel- iiUoke, B. - P.. wbfii: .NtLs Nelson made his wbrlii roconl jump of 240 feet i»il92^1 has a total-tlengUi of 1.780 ;fe«t,-with a runway of .lOO f^et. 'the distance from the takeoff td'the further iKiint at which a ;saf«' landing Isr assured heini; ^1 r - i L— 1 2S0 feet, or UO feet heyond the I present world record. Besides its ski hill. Revolstoke has a large skating rink and four curling ! riiik .'i, all of which contribute to ; make it one of the greatest centers • for winteV sports on the .North ! American continent. iT or MUSIC S PARTC N S unusual posfdpn in th« raciio v- -ITUI is first of ail reoDgnidQn of superb nusical reproduction, luid second iii appreciation of cabioct craftsmanship that matches its tooe. Yt $i M'l/t if nfKiallj imtirttttd in ^ar :m EJiCtrk Midtb—N* Butpfia RADIO "The Patbfindtr oftbt. Ah^ r '',s f^" -'.C THE lOLA DAILY RBX; PROG RA m (Dj/ The Ant' bciitrcrf /"TMsJ Programs In Ceitl^ol Standard time.' All time is P. M. illcatfd. Wave Icn ;thi on left of call 'letters.' kilocycles o ilrlKht. .272.fr—WPG At aiitic City— 1100 .•!:'3— Community itecllnl STiUi—Concert Orf hcyira usic 9 :U0— Christmas, 285.5—WBAL 5:30- Concert Ore; r .:3ii— "The Mwlijh 8:15— "Story of B 365.6—WEE 3:i|ii_nr. S. Pah: . . 4;:;«— Croslcy Mos ow Orchestra K-.l!'—Si'tson pHnijde S:15— .-XlY'ater Ke 461 .S-7WNA(^ r. 311—Park Street S:"')—KlTerVfKCBnt }i;3ii— American Siligers •j:0« —Intlmale Hcjur 302.8—WGR 4 ;30— Crosley .'.:n.l —Legion 1;.30— Central Pre S:1 J—.\rttalcr Ke 545.1—WMAI< r. —Fii-.-il Chur. a.HH'— Iiillmate H "fclNtRA I ntera ntherwlm In- .paltimore— 1050 estra h" ' tlilJhcm" Bosto^—£20 s Cadman ow Orel lie ! t Hour Bofton—650 Church Hour, i Buffalo-990 Moscow oA ;heslra Ban|l ihylerian- Church 11 Hour Buffalo—550 1 itt Christ Hour ur Hartford-560 535.4—WTip 4:3i>—Crnslcv Mos-iow Orchestra .*• :a^I.egioii Kami t;.3U—t'apliol Thc;i|t 422.3—WOR niiO-Concert Bani I.. l.l—.Muslcalc S.iic -IlifTi-rv. rpccni s:3ii - Anii-rican Sli iMHi —lmlniale Ho 491.5—WEAF I Jew York—610 3 I'll —.Mcn'K Coiift renco ::•> I. CK I OII Itam I 1. Till .-iicr- Fan; 1 .s;}.'.- I'la" Kuri K: r. l;ihlical Dr. «:4.3—WJZ New York-660 4 4c: r. ler Family Newark—710 ur gem r ly li<o m.i .\';.lioiiiil R.-ijdio Vcupers :;. -iiwiiiL'x .111 sniah" oilier Hour . .ills" Hemming '. ;!:»ilee ShiK'-rs .VFI-WLIT; Philadelphia—74C iiiin'-h Servi:-es iiiriii Kurenkn ma - ' iladelphia—860 1' : .:.blic'al Dm c:•,.:—WOO Pif 5" - ' L-cau KecitHi 3J :S—KDKA Bfttsburgh—950 Little Syinpll i :ilvary Kpikcupa) Church 1 'oilier Hnun iliiaiit Mcli Idics :: :—WJAR Providence— 620 -. f;;on Band! ''ii|iitiil The; 1 -niicc Orchc ter Family tra .77 c—WHAM Jocheiter-1080 •4 .'.!' .Vation.il Ilai io Vespers 5 :31;— I'lre.side i-v,,-, ,„ S. 1 .1— .luliiice Singe -M 379.6— WGY Se lenectady—790 4 .'iO-Crcsle.v .Mosc )w Orchestra ;..:;fi-.Miicricaii Le lioiiLiand 6:3;i—c'apitol .Tliea er Family 3;3.1-WBZ Si rinofield-900 4-.'^1' -Kaclli* V'espei s K 111- Hill.' ami Co d. Hour 7:1-'.—Collier Hour M :. CliVistiiias Ci. 356.9—CKCL I"'—organ Ret-ii. 3 O'1-Haii.-l Cuncer 468.5—WRC W 3:ii|i —Young Peop] ,'.:3ii—l.eguin Rami i; 3c—Theater Faiiiily ). I". —M.'tila Ivurer f; I . -IJilJlical iJia E16.9—WTAC 4 -Ciosli -y Mi.s' 311 — Sti-T.von P.-tl;i 0 :''J -'.'ajiltol The: iicert Irorento-840 . SOUTHEnN 296 9-WWNC' Ksh«ville—1010 3 I'll - I *ln isi iiKis i';|rijl.'< I. 3 'j-i'liiiM.Ii ^'ervi 475.9—WSB >ftlanla—630 A -M -I'lo-liy .Mosc • ,'-eii—\'e».per J'^"r\l I '.'li-i-i.'lililtol Tlle.'l > r. -,\iu:it. r Ki 'ii DJ5.8—WOOD Ch r. ii 'i - S.o iTi! i .'i >ric( •«'--l-;ir i-inl ''e 7 :3^ —L 'tiinliM !; IIH I 284.4—KTHS Hcjt Springs-780 y i..i_rir, liesiia 1— .^IllH^l- l.ovi-'i 11) 311- |i :iiir<' I iri'lic SSC.**—WJAX Ja r.: :;ii-i|>iiiiiei- .Mnsii 7 I'll—I'htirch .s.-rv li .1111 -j-tirgaM I{e;'it! 322.4—WHAS A 311 — I 'riislt-y ^1M S( I. 31" —Capit.'.I Till a t .l3 —Hrciie:-^tr:i 516.9—WMC M III!—YoUMK I'eopI <; 'J.I'—Tln4;iti-r Fan f . I.".—.Maria Kuuii ifi 336.9—W5M Nashville-890 4 311 —Crosley .Mosc c.'.'u—Capllol Then J.t.l—.Mu-.iter Kcnd i\v Orclieslia er Family Hojr . 249.9—WCOA Pinsacola-1200 7:3i—First Prcibyl ony Orche.>!tra I shington—640 's Conftrince Iko lla \l/orcer,ter-i-580 ••.V Orclieura <r I'amiiy w Oicheslra es r I'rogiam Hour jittancoga—1220 t ' 'rcli. Chui'cli Hour ksonville—890 •'•» 1 tiouisville—930 w (.ircliestra er Family emphis—580 •»! Conference iiy rian Chtirch j ! 626—KVW Ch'cago—570 4:.'iO—Radio Ve.spcra 7:Li—Collier jllnur S:I7—Good Reading 365.6—WEBH-WJJD Chicaso—830 5:30—Twilight Musicalo , 6:3U—DUiiier Music . ' •9:00—Studio Program : 416.4— WGN-WLIB Chlca0O^730 :r.:oO—Onceri: Music X:l.".—Atwater K»nt Hour >:15—Christmas Sluslc 1 344 .6— WLS Chicago—870 6 :00—Little Browp Church: WLS Players: MuMc 447.5—WMAQ-WQJ Chicago—670 I 4.30—WliUnev Trio 1 -•: IS—Symphony Hour :tMi—Sundav Evening Club :15-Same as WOR 428.3—WLW Cincinnati—700 C:I3—Ftr.st Presbyterian Chutch 7:00—Collier Hour S:Si—Bandbox Hour' 361.2—WSAI Cincinnati-830 E:30—.Stetson Parade 7:1."i—Congress String Quartet S:l ."i —.\tvvater Kent Hour 9:13—Biblical Drama 399.8^WTAM Cleveland—760 .1:30—Legion Band 7.oil—Twilight ReHections »;!.•>—Mari.-i Kurenku 282.8^WAIU Columbui—1C60' S:'Mi^I-:frervescent IJour !>:iHi—Hingei-.s »:3v — Inliiiiate Hour 545.1—WFAA D.-\llas—550 r;:iiil —HUil.' Cla^s Nil—Atwaler Kent Hour !i:l.'i—Itariione .11:0U—bailee .Mu.sio 374.8—woe Davenport—800 4 31)—i.'rosl.'y .Moscow Orchestra 7:'JU—IMuaids Coiigr<-galionai Xh. s:l.-(—Aluati-r Kent Hour • y:iri—liibllcal Iiraiii.i 5354—WHO Dei Moinet—560 r.:30—CapUcil Tiieater Family K:l.')—Atwater Kent Hour Uiii-Clbllcal Drama ; 440.9—WCX.WJR Detroit—680 r.jiin—i ttiiJKiit Hour i;:"!)—I>iniier .Music •'..3(1—Central .M. K. Church 7:13—Collipr Hour 352.7|—WV/J Detreit—850 n:2fl—Capitol Tlie:iler Family i>:l;i—Atwater K- nt Hour 499.7—WBAP rort Worth—ECO 5:00-Saci-rd d-". ,-rt 11:110—Vt-»ticr Set vi'.es •J:13—Dance Mu.^io 370.2—WDAF Kansas CJt^—SiC 4:3u—Crosley Sloscow Orjrfiesjra 7:13—Collier Hour S :13—Atwater Kent Hour 293.9—WTMJ Milwaukee—1020 (1:311—Oiijhestra 7:1)0—.Musical Reminiscences S:i:>—Suiiiiay Classics 405.2—WCCO Minneaeoli«-St. Paul-740 .'i;3i>—Second Church of Christ 7:1.•.—Collier Hour *:15—Atwater Kent Hour 508.2—WOW Omaha—590 4:311—Croylcy Mo.scnw Orchestra .1:30—Bible Study Hour «:.3ii—Cailisol Tli.^atcr Family V_ S:L-,—Atwater Kent Hour 9;i;—Utah Hour 499.'—WOAI San Antonio—600 7.3U—Travis Park M. 1-:. Cl.urch 348.6—KVOO Tulsa-860 5:iiii_01d Fashioned Gb:si'cl 7 :«i'— Vocal • ":3ii^IIaniIcrs Messiah S:13—Atwater Kent Hour 344.8-WCBD Zlcn—670 4:(ii)a—ChrL-ittuas .Morning' tuo-hour lirocrain of Cafols !(:()0—'/.ion pilile .Scluiol Program; MlNed Quartet (3 hrs.) _WESTERN 325.9 -KOA .Denver—920 fi-3ft-()r=:in lt.^^<|iil i.I3—,i'liristtiKis. I'liurcli Servirfs; ; i.'.-.iilil.i •• 469.5—KFI Lou Angeles-640 111 nii—:.\eoli.-iri. ,fir!;;iM Recital 11 1111— .\'l:i: l'i'r.-.;r:ini 13 111)—l.i.ii Musl.' 416.4—KHJ Los Angeles—720 .| (.M—First M. i:. I'll iicii lu:y<i—('oiicert Oiclie«tra 336.9—KNX Los Angeles—89C feOfi—l-'-r: I PresliyK-rian CM.rc'.i Iii:M)—Conieil • OrcIie.«lra . 384.4—KCO Oakland—780 .S:':0—Standard Symphony Iloi.r •1:3.'.—Calvarv Presbvierian Ctuich 11:0')—';real .Moini-iils in Hincry 491.5—KCW Portland— 6 )0 11:11(1—i;i.;it Moiiienis in History 13:"" —LitI!e .^ymrilionv "Orel.* ytra 454.3—KFRC San Francisco—660 S:3ll—Colic.ll Or.'lie;;lra lii-3'i—i;.illr..o:i) (.i:-.-ii<Mia 13:1111—t>.ime i hclieslni.s 13 hrj!) 422.3—KPO San Francisco-^710 S:3:i—Sianil;iitl SviU;ihony Hoiir !>::!ii—i)r;,'aii Keclial li):3«—Christmas Concert (I'6: hrs.) 447.5—KFOA Seattle—676 7:311--Cr.isley .Moscow Orchestra !!:3ij—St.in<lard Syiiiphony Hour 3»8 .6— KJR Seattle—860 .<!:l.-~liilernationaI Biblo Studcn^a ;i.I'.—nrcan Recital :':3ij—First .M. K. Church 370.2—KHQ Spokane—S10 1— Church of the Truth ' .)—IBS.V Prosram FINANCIAI- MONEY TO LOAN-^ir'r«rt repnyable In sitoall> ^nontbl ments. These loana never cdme. ^. —"better because cheiljier'aqgfi^iB^ con vcn ien t. Seen rity; - BnUcBns^ a^f I Loan Ansa.. Ist Natl. Bank'Bldfe^:! LIVE STOCK : '•HI Hogs. Cnln. OUicr VKH^ J'^?* LET S .VXf.A.—Bring the ybbnlgstcrii?^ a police pup; pedigreed: IpricetfS right. P. Lu Patterson. HJiotte-|7&;! Mililrcd. Kans. 1 T ^ Horses. Cattle. Te^letek' ~4» GOOD SADDLE ^rARfe-^iyelglitS; 1100 lbs., for sale or trade. Photte^S 1120.1. i Poultry and Sn^itUw • 48 BABY CHICI^—Place your orders- no w for January chi ;1ES. Stdtiy^ Chicle Hatchery. 220 jWest Stredt,; lola. .Kansas. BABY CHICIvS—HeaAr ass»rted^-f $110 per thousand; |Other prices/j, in iroportion; .hatcftes wfe^IJ^lf Qupcn incubator lor - sale, r SOB- flowor Farms, Branson, ^aiur.! • •'• ITanted^Llre Stoek coon IJSKD TRACTOR-rFor sale or trade for mules. iSee|.OIlle it| SutliPrland at Shannon's.; T MERCHANBISB Article* For Sale CORN SHELLKR—Power cylinder^ with cleaner only ?50. T. B: Sba^- rion Hardware.- : '^:r MORRIS ROI.LI.vr. Invalid Chair; gas or coal heating stove^; 150-H>. = dnvll: 6 ft. 2-man woojljaaw;:;]! heavy vise. Call phone 'ipSj j9jlf'S- STOCK MARKET MARCHING HIGH on Trading Turns Dull Approach of Holiday .\ew York. Ucc. 23. (AI'i—Stock j prices continued to work higher in • toilny's market, but trading turned ! dull im the approat'h of the Christ- j mas holiday. Call money ' was ! marked up to 5 per cent due to Iho I heavy seasonal withdrawings of currency, biii there was couipara- lively liltle calling of loans, -.\cute w'c;iUnes.s cropped out in several of Hit- iiisuiaiice shares, which had rrciinlod HcnsatidnHl gains carlici in (lie uioiitli. (urn Tunis |iii»n. ClMcagd. Dec. 2.'!. (AIM—Ciiru led .i'gejipial ilinvu iiMii in all grain I prill's tixhiy. ."Siimerous owners of IIII:M fiifire delivery contracts were leiiii:(; go iii their holdings, and lire.ssi;rc on llie niarkel was in- crc-is/'il iiy offerings of corn on which 1 lice were orders to sell out and slo;i los«.,'s at various fixed Vlmit.s. Siiine e.\i>iirt purchusihg of ciirii rc«ull-il from the. break in i |)ricc.-i. ' K. r. Ilu) Bj V.S. (;nideo. ' Kansas Cll.v. Dec. 2:!. (AIM- V S. l)epai'tJinMiI I of Agriculture- r S. .\'6. 1 alfalfa. exHti leafy $22 ,GU'i/ r.'fi OU, oilier hay unehaiiged. hansus Cily lltiy Kansas City. Dec: 2?.. {AIM JIa.v iinchanKed to lower; nceiptf- •JH car.*. Kun«)i> I ily .Proihiee. Kaii.i^s City. Dec. 2:5. lAIM--^ I'roiluie: rnchangeil. Having decided] C. J. .McClelland fi I south and % mile |ast of the Country ciul) ground.s. on- Wednesday, Dec. 2$ Beginn^n gat 1) o'clock a. m., ths ifollowing described property , ;i HKAO OK Jl«MSES-One bay el riding cultivator: 1 4 -.<I liiare. smooth mout 8 year.sold; I gray old. •7 HKAl) OK < A! cow 6 year's old. fr|esh last cif January; 1 reel cow frfsh in Kebruarj caIvcs .-:-2 steers ai d ;i heifer*^. I IIKA1> «K IKM gilts, weight 200 lb 80W, unbred, wel^h KAR.M l.>lPI .K .>li ELUS MOTOR COMPANY! ; SIS >'orth ITashlBSton Phone 301 ESTS, ETK.- One Bain S|>cclal; vide lire wagon Willi grain bed. hea ly new; 1 nar- roW lire wagon wit] i box; 1 C-shov- erlj tfi lie reniured to quit farming I will sell at Public .\uctiou on rm 2'', miles easti of Kentucky street lola. ."> ii the iles Knnsns Cllr <;niln. Kansas City. Dec. 2.'!. (.^IM - •\Vhcal. receipts 7,0 cars: U to 1 cent lower: No. 2' dark hard $1A6: No. :!. $1 .4.'!»-'if /1 .4.">; .\o. 2 hard Jl .2 -i'.i«ii.iii: .\'i>. -I $l.2nifii..'J5;: ;.Vo. 2 red m)minally $l.:!9ifri.41: N'o :! nominallv n.^"'ifl."9. i (^!(\se. Dec: $1 .21: .May $1.2::. Corn, receipts 27:! cais: 1 lo 21}-. cents. lower: .N'o. 2 white hllic: So. :j 72(»T4c: .Vo. 2 yellow 77«?' 77'ic: .\o."•»'••'?''fi'l-c: Xo. 2' 'mixed 74»4477c: No. :{- 72® 7.i'-,.c. j Close. Dec. 7.ic: .Uav Sl%c: July 'Oats, receipts,! car: unchanged ito 1 cent lower: No 2 white nominally ,53iAi^56'-i-c: .\o. r. 55c. .Milo maize 51.29. Kafir. J1.26. i Rye. 97#i:9Sc. i Barley. 79iS 81c. J' H;l. bay gelding I walking cultivalnr; 1 disc culf gelding 7 years ^ ^.^,^.,„j, ' fiMit Deering mower; 1 12-f(Kit TTLE-Oiie rei';|<^- ,ake; 1 disc Iiarrow, S—Tliree whilr each: 1 brooii 275. vat- 5- sul-, tphguf trucks; 1 Ifi-fodt. '.j-seciion smi) otb- licky Irlll; set.s Ing harrow; I 12 -lioIe Keni wheal drill: 1 a-Imle wlieat. 4 1 new sel work harness; 2 oid work .harness. _ lEElt. (iKAI> AMt .M1S( EL- I.VXKOIS -Aboil- l.V» bales inil-; rJe hay. more or los. in barn: 2i>0 bushels corn, move or less, in < rib; 1 cook stove and orlier articles| too; numerous to mention. TEK.M.s (AMI- Ii credll Is,desired ^e^• jour loejil linnker. No p until settled I'nr. G. A. RaUSH i;oL. in II. s3iin:ti,\ Au«tl««err. IIKST SXTU lUI^k, l^tilarv^. fi L^nrh Ity Salcni Ijidles i j Kun>as I ift LireSlork. Kan.'-'as Cit.v. Dec. 2.1. (API—(U. S. Dept. ' of Agriculfuri'l—flogs: Aciive. strong to 10c higher thi\n Thursday's average: stock pigs steady: toi> .$S..'"iO on 2S0ff» 290-Ibs., butchers: bilk lD0(a250-Ib6.. $8.25 ii?iS.40: l-iO^f^^fSO-lbs.. ?7.60fi8.20; !odd lots r!0<iirif325-lbs.. *S.i50@8.35: 1 packing sows. ,$B..'}0(fi 7.50; stock „,.p,:piB3:-$7..50(fi|8.25. Cattle: 400: Calves. r,n: fairly active, trade on the limited supply of killing cattle offuriil at sitrohg prices: a fe»" short fe<l steers, $10.10*/12: vealers steady: practical top $l(i; stoikers and feeders uoniiiial. fairly broad ticek-end clearance, i Mrs. Gullett's Items. .Many thanks to Mr. Ptilkerson for telling us when-the radio report of the •weather is stormy. He is one of the' boys of '61 and has impaired vision, yet keeps a home and • a hosekeejier nud attends meeting at bis home church and I)is grandchildren take him oiit for outing every da.v. and ;has the Register read to him. We entered a contest in the salmon packer contest and had forgotten all about it when, low hear came a salmon cook book with som of the best receipts, so j many we never saw, and thanks for our-receipt. U was in Seattle, Washington. Wo sure appreciate the Iwok for the fcceiirts are woi^h nowing and camt* from all over the .Mr Hurclietts has come home from the mines !u Idaho. He was in a axident and got a broken leg andjtas to walk with a can.e. TheVj own'the littcl chicken ranch down by I he park. Hi.s wife has had tlie lernex flue and pretty poorly. The Indian says "Winter log would kilh a dog." Weil we got it- snre. . Dr. Lacey "lias .bcguu to movb •over to the new home. Mrs Allenb.-iugh and baby called on .Mrs. John Garvey a Tuesday. The baby is doing real well now but sure had a bad scagc for a while. , . Ben Cardiier was over with his I supplys a Tuesday 'and was o:i I his way down to Aunt Lucie .Moors Who is in 70. ' i '.Mr Roberts wiio is the liuion ' grain pi'oprietor is uioving in jil.-> Clara Parlaskies hou.s.. Quito a good eel of moyiug. A man was down looking at tlie ci/ttedg on. South Washington witli ihe intentions of buying a Friday. Capper sure had a joke in Sui- turday.-- paper on bai 1)^ .fire and .short dresses. .Mr Roberts i,( tiie I iiioii Feeii .Store ha.-i moved iu the second lious south of I he school iious ofc South WashiuKtuii. 'I liey mi^ved u .Monday just in time to avoii! the ! blizzard. We called Df Cook .up at Cha- \ iinte a Satturiiay. he just caine to ' the hotell \vhile the message was waiting. He has been to St. Louis and through Mo .t We had an ordei" from Ft. Dod^e for the earb tablets. .Mr.s .McCammly was our pleasant caller a Tuesday. Iu Logansport, Ind.. a wealthy man usto go a round through the allies and look at the i>oor wid- dows wood pile, the next day each one would have a, Igad of wood cut ready tp spli^. No one knew who tiie good' Sematerian was for several years. No one ever suffered where he was. Remember your cinde acts live on but you have got to die. A liltel boy came iii -with several Christmas cards. His sister said who from, ho "said from Aunt Sue. Yes she said, she will e.\i»ec;: a dollar present in return for a Christmas card. ANNOUNCEMENTS Strjiyed. Lost, yonnd - ; 10 \ CRUTCH- -Found. Ow by callit|g at Regist»jr; and i>ayin for ad. L.\DIES' WRIST W gold. F inder please Ahleson Cleaners. PUBLIC .lUOTIOy-Public auction every Saturday'at 1100-o'clock at Bi.^hop's AUTOMOt Anjomoblle Agjencles Ington. NAT IV K LU.MBER—Mostly v 0«ie any dimensions. See Paiil Atkin^i at Owl Creek Stock Farmil 5"nine«: west Humboldt or call Bnd yniUii .Motor Co.. phone ISO. lola. Kaiu^l ONLY 2 MORE DAYS— T |)Sshiil^S "WHY not bi^ something' yon; Iter ma^ have ; need,—a ga-". fange. heating istOTC,; i r :..wi ..=.vin-. mattress, bedor rocfcer. LEvery -vy! thing in new furniture rmarkecfcl down. Brvson Furniture' Btprfc .vS |j ATCH-AVhiie lea^e at AUCTIONS Aactlons Sales PavilSon. lOA SPECIAL—Bfet springs on maifcet. / L 25 year gnaraiitee and 50-K>..^l-' eottdn mattfess all for Ill-OO'Sat-. urday and Monday only. Cbininey Sweep. WOOD— For sale, $3.00 per Jfank delivered. Phone 878. IVE Bnslness and OlBce, EgnlpawBt W ,Jj T VPEWR ITERS—For sale. Irentor t;rade. Williams TypcwpHeri Coq,.: lil.1 West ^tadison. Farm Eqnlpmeot A USED CAR—Is as dependable as tlie dealer .who sells it. Dodge,' Sales an I Service. The bcst> place [ to buv gf odi dependable use« cars.' I-'EED CRINDERS—Both It we have a complete line! *"r and engine iwwer v^,.. open and closed models. 1 mounting on Ford chaas s.'Priceat priced t> sell; Ellis Motor Co.. 1 range from $37.50 to |6p., .Mien: 214 Nort I -Washington. t . ^ '• County Implement Co ._4^ [for trac-"; a^d for BDD WHITE .MOTOR CO.—Hudson- Essex dc tiers: Everything ip high class us !d cans. You will find what yoii want here. All priced worth tl c money. We grade or give libeal term.s. 219 S. Wash- Phone ISO. ^ FncU Feed."Fertmi|g«: BALED ALFALFA—Antj ipraltle hay for sale; Stewart andPyifcf HAY-Prairic^in bale, %9M .ton. Harry C. Manson, Z miles n0rtl{-Of Country Club. Phone 952y28i Ant^mobiles For Sale 11 Good Things to Eat Alien*'" CIIEVROl ET^EDA.V—Late model APPLES—$1.75 per basket, four doo- sedan, five new tires,! Chunty Cream Co. Phone Iiiimpers. $28.-.. Will sell OR lime f i or trad" l.;r auvtlsini;. Ui,v^ Mi»-: HongehOlJ Ooedtij tor Co.. j:i2 S. Jelf. Phone, 23. /prRXiTURE — New and! 8econ| hand. 118 East JacksOit ^0at^ a K "GO" COfl'K "-1920 r >:cd:iii; Chty.^Ier "CO" ti2i; For:l roail.'^tert 192.1 '•(IRVSrj f -:ui !e!iak sedan: 1 Ford sed are in goo Ross Arlj ileal-Ts. , n u- irtjpm ia>< w^,..* i "^R A G.\S RANGB^Kfor '!;.::^:;';9ffV^nr';i;^i;S:S F^ni ^i^ir;: f J roiMjster: 1922 Ford coupel 192:: lL':i'1 "l2l 'L3°^ ' , >' Ford coil )e: 1921 Dodge rnajlster: W.VLNUT DINING—And bedr0OBl4 192". Chei loiet (r.u:iii3: 1924 Chev- s:iites. overstuffed parlor BOltcs/i I lolct loll-ing: l!i27 Ciievroli-t ton" largo as.sortment. Easy payments. .I truck, w ih cab; 192^ Chigi-rolet, Trade in vour old Curtis Pumi^"' ton tniclf. with ^rain body, 1921 tnre Co.. LaHarpe Overland ternationhl grain baiiy for Jrnck. Shellv M>tor- Co.. ILS West iJack- son. Ph W P sTire got a jener.al siuppiy of weather. We dont cook any : more only lunch, but we appssciite the cook book from the Seattle conlcst. Oorsett Prodoce Cf>. U08 East Streetl loU Pkou 78i CaRta .tiffi Ponltry sad Kfgt Call »9j tlaik I ir« will ,e«mc after poiltn. «i>.; GRENNAN'S MAREET i ' • . ! ' •. Comer East Vonro« and Elai Sts. , lOtA, KlXSlS ; We Wanl Your Poultry, «gg8 \ and Hideai . AND Orn pilONF 9UM]|BBI9 97*, rk. Mn'H Prodnee, IIodM Shwe 1911. ' V. O. Vt^illU., ]faaag«r. SCOTLAND r.Mrs. John Gibkon) Dec. 19.— W.'L. Wimracr dellver- i.-d torn lo Walter Roberts Saturday. Ij Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludliim aiid children called at John Gibson's TJiursday evening. ' Keflh Wilson and ^Miss Ruth Holling-sworth were Sunday visitors at John Gibson's. Mr.Tind Mrs.-Lester Cation visited at David Cation's Sunday. . .Mrs. Mattie WIspborg: aiid Liane entertained the L. C. Club Sunday with a dinner. All the members and their families were present. They I had their Christmas box in theZ afternoon. Mrs! Jim Whit^ is suffering with an attack of the flu. ..Mr. and .Mrs. .Earl White spent Wednesday nigbt at John Gibson's. Mr. and Airs. Grover Russ«II, .Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Lihby.. Mr. and Mrs: J. J. Craft were shopping in Cbapute Saturday. " Mr. and Mrs. Frank tlibson vis-, it en Sunday afternoon at the John' Gibson home.. Mrs. H^IB. Kfnnell went borne with tbem for a vlsiti touring:; nearly nAv In-, Radio ETiulpment I ;)ne 60. OAKi>ANI IValers—I'O'iTIAC '26 Oakli nd coupe: "26 Pjintiac coach: 'i 't Buii'k ligH» six tc.vring. fine sha )e: '25 Fori conpei; '2.">" ^ord tud ir, Frontenac head, touu- lf.'r I'alai ced crai?k shaft, all extras: '26 Ford roadster: Fori roadster. ho\ on rear: For4l ton ^ru>;k. SDOd; '2.'. Chevrolet ^tour-. ing: "24 Dodge to'.iring. gooit; "2G ' Oldsmobll good usjfj trade. Hobart Motor Co. WE DO .NOT STELI.,—Our radibi on: per cent: we pay-cash for'th^ : on delivery and ~we can' sell ;(»-:> tiade or rent you one. Weaen'on-: payments. "We will compare >our'• S75.0O radios with any $100 or Jt^Su machine in tone or' stylcf.^rSep.: and hear for yourself; 90^^ day : gnarantee with each n»«!tafae..t Chimney Sweep. • -• Wanted— To Bny I e coach. Several fther ^VA.NTED TO Bin'— :kind r '^fi 1 cars. Cash, terms- or p^tUe and hogs. J. CBntcb arSMi .,»bart Motor Co. . • • ===?1l ^NE^^^y^ ^^^^^^ FQg^ jl r.1 • Apartments and Ftats f ^S* 1 Morinff, Trucking, Storage^ FURNISHED— 5 room home, cdn- '| CA LL m AN TRANSFER — I ^on.e : venienl. modern, close in_ Pho ;6B4. 885. will move vou by hour o&cou- i — -— -•. ..: " tract, with exjicrienced menj . PT; R .VISHEDAPART ^1 ENTS —Mod-; ern home. Inquire 111 i Wfest j WHEN Y6 U : MOVE—Or otore-'year , Broadway. goods ca I Coir's Transfer. (^Ti-.e , , • 140. residence 140. Fanns and Land For Bent ijl IMPROVED 80-^Located i 6 |ifll ^M west, 2 north of lola, for 'i%it.^|| A. W. Reynolds. , ^1 EMPLOYMENT Situations IVanted-^Hale 87 inOH sdHOpii nOY- Wants vpart: time job[ in 'battc Rcgijiter Monet c.'(pcrieni:cd typist.ialso ys.'jop. Address "iJoy," "OUSE - Seven HoascB For Beat close in. rooms. Phone 70. modern.:. FINANCIAL to Loan—Mortgapes^ 4tt FARM U).\NS—Quick service; and reasonalle rates. A. D. HaWr thorac. : 5'/^ West .Madison. ^ • FARH rate on- or short AKD A:;D rate s FARM rent serrice. ed. Calll lola. CITY LOANS—pass arms, SfJ, city 67r. lW)ng time: R. M. Cnnningfiam. CITY LOANS—At*nr- Ltberal terms. Prympt Yonr business appr^ciat- on The Allen Cojinty jnt Co., KelleyHotel ^dgi. Kansas. • 4-[ AKJNEY TO I.OAS—On farmj/ jor city prorierty. Lowest rate. Stctfrart & Funk. age for two cars, close fai.' Reuther. YOUNG >iA.N'—19 jcars old, M-ants HOUSE—Seven room liapdi^rii, ^ggj y work. IViir consider anytging. G. H. Cillell. rjll S. Walnut.'i_ " i REAL ESTATE FOR SMUt Farms wad Land For 8a|»_ y DAIRY FARM—For rept. 'wJU baa- die ten cows. Inquiiic 615 Spti^' • Biickeye Saturday morning.^ ' WELL IMPROVED 8(| ACBOB^- And Wi^^M^blished fiilit^r^aff-i' tion oh iSfntrail north and'smtu , Price IS.6,00 for bolh.'M. A. ScbJ*^. 35 ACRE TRACT—Xew iuptOT^'; ments half way between, lofa stt/i :i Humboldt on cement road?" JUea 'v Clarif, lola. Kans;. B. 4. '.i p. 160 ACREB-^lmproTed. on. road. $46 •per acre: 80 proved, on auto, trail; $3;7 Hawthorne, 15% West.r ]ra

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