lOLA. KANSAS THE lOLA 1)AILY REGISTER, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY i, 193S. • New York, Feb. 2 (AVt — Prices f wer6 let down sotstantlaDy in to- dayi stock market, as support was /mppired by dividend slashes. Sell- ing -was in moderate ;'volume. particularly, in iiie latig dealings,^ but many leaders finished. 1 to more than 4 t)oints lower, 'j'ransfers ap- projflmated l,25 <),bo6_ shares. Tfie'overnightnewsof "XS-. S. Steel's preferred dividend, cut was not so unsettling, for that had .been vjridely expected. Early Jpsses were largely regained before nijdday, , but the market'skidded when it was an- noupced that Standard of N,.J. had discontinued its regular, extra dividend of 25 cents. Standard of N. J. lost 4 points and U. p. Steel prefciTed more than 6 points. Raik held up fairly well. fligh Low Close . 2'i , 20 \ . 61 ; 60 N Cities Serv . -SO of Ind' .. Amn Can .. Amri T&T . Amii Tob B Anacondti .. : Atchison — Auburn ...: Beth Steel . Cas^ J I ... Chrysler .... ConiOas ... Con Oil .jf>. Drug Inc ... i DuPont .... , Gen Eiec • • • Gei^ Motors Int Harv, L Packard .... Pehhey J C I Phillips Pctr f n&6so - Socony .:... — Std' Brand.s SOiof NJ .. Tex- Corp ... U 3 Steel . . WPtjtlnBll K r LOCAL PRODlIfi: JERfii;, firsts .. ^ "Eggji, KCCOIKIS — Eggs, tlilrds ~ Eggjs; imgraded Heris. No. 1 Heria; No. 2 No.ll Springs, I'l- lbs. uii ., No .i2 Springs , .. Caijons. over 9 lb.s - Cartons, qveV 8 lb« 7^:* 46 'L' 46'-:: 15 46'; 13'i 57>i 35 U- 39 15 13 N 22-'!, 2'26' L; 5o; 4\ G'S 15 29 'L' 13', 27'/i 20 2 -n 20'- 58H 100 •< 57'. 7'i 44'<. 41 12".', 55'i 5's 34'i 37'Lr 14'i 13 21-'; 2''s 26'< 4',; , 6'. 14^; 25', 20':. 27',. 2':. 20'-:: 59', 101^. 57-'i 7'; 45 42''.. 13--1 44'<. 13 >i 55'^ 5', 34'i 37S i4-'. 13 THE NE WANGLES (Mom'n Pop) By Cowan V*MM!& VITH HIS STOM/KCH, JUST LiKfe Hl5 AUNT SAWiiH. SOAFTEO EGG9 EXACTW FOJUR MINUTE? IN THE MQPNINCS PAGJD flVR T LEGAL Pir.st published in The lola Daily Resister. February 1, 1933.) SHERIFF'S SALE The State of Kansas. Allen Coun- y, ."IS. In the District Court, Thirty-Sev enth..nidicial District. Sitting in and for Allen County, State of Kansas. Case No. 17190. W. H. Lewis, plaintiff, vs. Jennie C. Leidig,,and W. E. Leidig, her husband: William J. Klaas and Klaas,' his wife, first name unknown, defendants. By; virtue of an Order of Sale is- 2p ;I .sued by the Clerk of the ,Thirty 2'.., 26'i 6' V 25 "v 12';; 20 27', . . . 9(' ,. ,7(: , . . 5c . ..?(.: .. 9c .. 6C .. 6c .. 4c .. Uc .. 9c Caiions/ over 7 lbs.. 7c Caijons. under 7 lbs: Gc -Caijons, under 6 lb.s. oc Slips 5c Bu^tcrfat. lb ...13c Stags, lb. 4e Cocks 3c Oe?se, lb 3c Guineas, eacli 10c Wh'lte Duck«. lb. 4c Cotorod Ducks, 11) 3c HldcH. per lb. Ic Mi;?ed Corn, bu. 13c Yellow Corn. Ini 14c Wlicat. bu; 27c Kn/lr Corii ....; 12c * , - : Kiinsas (.'ily Produce. knn.sns City, Feb. 1. (AP>—Produce unchanged. Kansas City Hay. ^an.sas City. Mo.. Fob. 1 Nohny. receipts too light. (AP> — Kansas City Grain. iCansas City, Feb. 1.' (AP^ — Wheat: 57 cars: unchanged to -'i lower. No. 2. dark hard. nom.. 41-,51;. !NO. 3, nom.. 41',-49'::: No. 2. hard 42-43';: No. 3. 42',-43^;: No. 2. -red. nom.. 41",-47'::: No, 3. 42',. • Close: May 40 -s: Julv 41":,: Sept. 42-%. qorn: 20 cars: down No. 2. white, npm.. 21'',-22';: No. 3. nom.. 21''i-21''i: No. 2. yellow. 21'', : No. 3, .21'/: No. 2. mixed, 21 "-V: No. 3. nom., 21-21'i. Close: Msiy 22%;, July 24. Oats; 3'cars: unchanged. No. .white 17'-y: No. 3. nom., 16-17. Milo maize, nom.. 48-52. Kafir, nom., 40-44. Rye. nom., 34-35. • Barley; 23'i. Seventh Judicial District Court, in and foi- Allen County. State of Kansas-, in the above entitled cau.se. and to nic directed and delivered, I will on the 6th day of March, A. D., 1D33, at 10 o'cloc}:, a. m. of said day, al till' south front door of the court hou.se in the City of lola, Allen County, State of Kansas, offer fdr .sale and sell to the hlRhost bidder, for e:'..«h In hand, the following de- .scribffi i-ral e.stute, to-wil: • The South West Quarter iSW ',1 of S<'Clloii 33, ToWn- 23, Ransf 20, conlalninj; 100 acres nwre or less, situated In Allen County, Kansas. Said lands and tenements will be sold without appraisement to satisfy .said Order ol Sale. BUD HURLEY, Sheriff of Allen Coimty, Kansa.s. By Otis Lambeth, Undershcriff. siieHffs Office. lola, Kansas, P<?b- ruai-y Isl. 1933. Apt <S: Enfield. Attorneys for Plaintiff.' l2)-l-8-15-22 (3)-l LEGAL NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas, Allen County, S3. In the Probate Court in and for said county. In the Matter of the Estate of James.Marion Brown, deceased. Creditors and all other persons Interested in the aforesaid Estate are hereby notified that I shall apply to the Probate Court in and for said County, sitting at the Court House in lola. County of Alien, State of Kansas, on the 21st day of February, A. D., 1933. for a full and final settlement of said Estate, and for ah order finding and ad- Judging who are the heirs, devisees and legatees of said deceased. L. E. WIGHT, Administrator of the Estate of James Marlon.Brown, deceased. Kehneth H. Poust. Attorney. January 25th, A. D., 1933. (l)-25 (2).1-8-15 2. K. C. Livestock Close. Cattle: Fed steersstrong to mostly: 25 higher; good 982 lb. yearling steers $6.10; steers. go6d and choice. 550-900 lbs.. $5.00-6.75 ; 900-1100 lbs., $4.50-6.75: 1100-1300 lbs.. $4.00-6.35. Hogs and sheep: Unchanged. . Estimated livestock receliJts for to.lhoriiow:; Cattle 2.000; hogs 4.000; sheep jS.OOO. ; Kansas City Livestock. Kansas citv. Feb. 1. (AP)—(U. S. Dept. ABr.>—Hogs: 6 .000 ; 420 di' rect; mostly 10-15 higher than "Tuesday's average; toi>. $3.20 on choice 170-210 lbs.: good and choice, 140-350 lb.s., $2;70-3.20; packing sows 275-550 lb.",.. $2.00-50: stock plus. Rbod and choice. 70-130 Ibsi. $2.25!>0. cattle: 4.500: calves: 500. killing "-G^as.ses meady to 25 hlghen: .stock~ rrs and feeders ."icurce. st^-ndv: best fed .steer.s eaHy 1115 lbs.. $5,50; steers, good and choice.* 550-1500 lbs.,' $3 .75 -fi."5; common and mc- dlum, 550' lb.s. up, $3 .00 ^4 .75; hcif- prs; go<xl and choice-, 550-900 llxs., : $3.75 -5.75: cows, good, $2.15-40; voal- - ers, (milkfed). rriedlum to choice. S3 .00 -6.50: stocker and feeder steers, tood and choice $4 .00-5 .75. '• Sheep: 10,000; killing classes ac- ;tive, fully steady: top fed lambs to shippers $5 .50; lambs, good and icholce <Xy 90 ^bs. down. $4.85-5.l >0; .'good and choice. fX) 90-98 lbs., $4 .75-5 .25; ewes, good and choice. ;90-150 lbs.. $1.50-2.75. ^X)—Quotations ba.sed on ewes — :,and wethers. 'First published in the lola Daily RoL'i.sliT, Janiiai-y 18, 1933.) SHERIFF'S SALE T 'lc State of Kansas. Allen County. Tr,. - . Tn the nif ,trict Court, Tlilrty- Sevonlh Judicial District. Sitting In and for Allen County. State of K.ir:.«-as. flasc No. 17180 C'i.'i.-.. W. tlowJas. plaintiff, vs. C'oiuc W. Baker, defendant. P.v virtue of an Order of Sale is- •sin'd by the Clerk of the Thirty- Seventh Judicial District Court. In and for Allen County, State of Kansa.?. in the above entitled cau.se. and to me directed and delivered, I will on tl'.r 20th day of February, A. D., 1933, at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day, at the south front door of the court hou.ic in the City of lola. Allen County. State of Kansas, offer for >!a'.o and .sell to the highest bidder, for casli in hand, the following described re:il estate, fo-'wit: Thr South West Quarter of Section Thirteen (13 1. Township T\\-en- ty-fivc (25). Range Eighteen (18). coni;iininff 16f' acres more 01 less. Also the Northwest Quarter of the North West Quarter, and the East Half of the Nonli West Quarter of Section Twenty-two (22),- Township T-venty-five (25i. Range Eighteen 18), one hundred twenty acres, less railroad right-of-wav. Also the West Half of the South West Quarter and the Northeast Quarter of the South West Quarter of Section T^vonly-one (21), Township Twenty-five (25i. Range Eighteen tl8). cont.^.ining 120 acres. Allerv County. Kansas. Srvid lands and tenements will be .soW without appraisement to .satisfy said Order of Sale. BUD HURLEY. Sheriff of .Allen- County, Kansas. By Oti.s Lambeih. Undereheriff. Sheriff's office. lola. Kansas, January 16th, 1933. Apt Enfield. Attornevs for Plaintiff. il)-18-25 (2)-l-8-15 , L£GAL • Topeka—"The public service com: -mission yesterday granted the Joplin-Pittsburg Railroad" company per; mission to discontinue street car service between Pittsburg and Pron- lenac and j to remove ,three and three-fourths miles of. track on 3roadway. in Pittsburg. THE J. F. GRENNAN PRODUCE CO, C. O. COGHILL. Manager . POULTRY AND EGGS Egg'Cases and Supplies Old and Reliable—Established 1911 , Comer Monroe and Elm (Just West of the Water Tower) (Fir.st published in the lola Daily Rc?:stcr, Januarj- 18. 1933.) -SHERIFF'S SALE The State of Kansas, Allen County, .«;s. \^\ the District Court, Thirty- Seventh J)idlcial District, Sitting in 111 id for Allen County, State of K ;inKPK. : Case No. 17142 Allen County State Bank, a cor- poHition.' plaintiff. To'I Lodge No. 437NKnights of Pythias, et al.. defendants. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by tlie Clerk of the Thirty- Seventh Judicial District Court, in and for Allen County, State of Kansas in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and delivered, I will on the 20th day oi February. A. D., 1933. at 10 o 'clock, a. m. of said day, at fnc south front door of the court hou.se in the City of lola, Allen County. State of' Kansas, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following described real estate, to-wit: All that part of the • propert-y which is located above the second joist of the brick and stone building situ.-^ted on Lots One and the South Half of Lots Two in Blodc 59, in the City of lo'.a. Allen County, Kansas, together with the stalrvrays, and seven feet of ground for back stairway on south side of s.ild building located in the rear of said building on the south side thereof,' known and heretofore described as. A. O. U. W. H.^1I. Allen County. Kansas. Said lands and tenements will he .sold without appraisement to satisfy sfiid Order of Sale. BUD HURLEY, Sheriff of .Allen County, Kansas. By Otis Lambeth,, Undershcriff. Sheriff's office, lola, Kansas, Jan- iiar\' Ifith. 1933. Ar,t & Enlicld, Attorneys for Plaintiff. (11 -18-25-(2 .1 -1-8-15 (First published in The lola Dally Register February 1, 1933.) NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT Tlie State of Kansas, Allen County. 98. ' In the Probate Coui-t in and lor said coimty. In the Matter of the Estate of Frank M. T*'ineham. deceased. Creditors and all other persons interested In the atoresaSd Estate are hereby notified that I shall apply to the Piobate Cowl in and for iwiiU County, sitting at the Court Hou.se in lOla, County of Allen, State of Kansas, on the'28th day of Februarj-, A. D.. 1933, for a full and final settlement of said Estate, and for an order finding and a^djudg- ing who are the heirs, devisees and legatees of said deceased. HARRIETT TWINEHAM, Admlnistratri.x of the Estate of Frank M. Trulneham. deceased. Kenneth H. Poust, Attorney. January 27. A. D., 1933, i (2)-l-8-15-22 (First Published in The Tola Dally Register January 4. 1933.) SHERIFF'S SALE State of Kansas. Allen County, ss. In the District Court, \ Thirty- Seventh Judicial District. Slttln? In and. for Allen County. State of Kansas. The Union Central Life Insurance Company, a corporation. Plaintiff, vs. Georgia. E. Hamilton, Jesse A. Hamilton and Gale West, Defendants. By virtue of an Order of Sale Issued by the Clerk of the Thirty- Seventh Judicial District Court, in and for Allen County. State of Kansas, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and delivered, I will on the 6th day of February. A: D., 1933, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day. at the south door of the court' house in the City of lola, Allen County, State of Kansas, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following descriljed real estate, to-wlt: The Southeast Quarter ('.4) of the Southwest Quarter (Vi) of Section Twenty-two (22), and the West Half (V^) of the North West Quarter (Vi) of Ser-tion Tw^nty- i«ven (27); All in Tovmship Twenty-five (25) South, ol Range Twenty -one (21) East of the Sixth P. M., containing 120 acres, more or less, Allen County. Kansas, Said lands and tenements will be .sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. BUD HURLEY. Sheriff of Allen County. KM. By Otis Lambeth. Undershcriff. Sheriff's Office, lola, Kansas, December 30, 1932. C. J. Sloop, Attorney for Plaintiff. (1) 4-11-18-25 (2) 1. (First published In rta, Icte Daily Register, February l, 1938.) i .SHERIF1S>S SALE The State of Kansas, Allen Coun ty,-ss. In the District court, llitrty-flev- enth Judicial District, Sitting in and for Allen Oounty, state of Kansas. Case No. 17819. E. c. Lembach, plaintiff, vs.. c. E. Johnson and Agnes J(shiuon, bis wife; Alfred H. Bamett Jr. and Nelhe G. Bametti hia wife; and the Neosho Valley Stet« Bank of Cba- nute. Kansas, a corporation, defendants. : By virtue ol an order ol Sale Is* siied Iqr the- Clerk of the Thirty- Seventh Judicial District Cotst, in and for Allen County, State of Kansas, tn the above entitled eausit, and to me directed and delivered, 't will «>n the 6th day of March, A. D., 1933. at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day, at the south front door of the court house in the City of lola, Allen County, State of Kancas, ofler lor sale and sell ta the hiKhlMC tttdder, for cash 'In hdnd;. the following described real e«tite, to-wlt'. . j L-otl Three (3), containing ai.M acres and Lot SeVeii r?) containing 51^ acr'es all In Section Twenty-Rix <28), ivnm- ship Twenty-six (2«).i Hiutge (19) Ea.st, Allen County, Kansas. • Said lands and tenements will b« sold without ttppraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. BUD KOWLEY, : Sheriff of AUen C^otmty. Kanau. By Otis Lambeth, tJnderriierill. Sheriffs Office, lola, Kansas, Jan- unrj' 31st. 1883. J; U. Humphrey, Attorney for Plaintiff. (2)-1.8-15-22 (3>-l (First published in The lola Daily Register, Pete -wr l, 1038,) : , SHEKirrS SALE 1%ie State ol Kansas, AUen (3oun- ty sfi ' In the District Court. Thlrty-Sov- cnth Judicial DlEtrtct, Bitting In and. for Allen (Tounty. State of Kansas. Case No. titXl. Mrs. Anna Good, plaintiff. vs. • • •• A. L. Maloney. BesSie A. Miatoney, his wife, and W. H. l«wis, defendants. Bj'^ virtue of an Order of Sale issued bv the Cleric of the Thirty- Seventh Judicial District OJurt, in and for Allen County, State of iKan- sas, in the above entitled caus^. and to me directed and delivered, I will on the 6th day of Marcti, A. D., 1933. at 10 o'clock, a. m. Of said day, at the south front door of the court house in the City of lols, AUen County, State of Kansas, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, the following described real estate. tO-wlt: Lot Eight (8) in Block Number Three (3) in Orchard Place Addition to the «ty 6t lola, Allen county. Kansas. Said lands and tenements wlU be sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. BUD HURLEY. Sheriff ol Allen County, Kansas. By Otis Lambeth. Undersherilf. . SherllTs Office. lola, Kansas, Peb- niary," 1st, 1933. Apt & Enfield. Attorneys for Platatitf. ' (2)-l-8-15-22 (3)-l jy^bassadors KDRIZOKTAIJ IBIenflsB. 4 Spigot. TCanUloup. 9 Coat of mail. lllnOates. 13 Stearaabip. 15 Sickness. 18 To cloy. 18 Tiny green vegetable. 1*9 Common laborer of any kind. 21 Ra»se of hills. 41 TO pack. 22 Physleal or- 43 Beer, ganitro.' 23 Winter rain. SS Northeast. 26 Inert gaseous AVemant*. SSHtfge. 30 U. S. aBkbassa* Anstrerfo Previous PnstrJe m 44 To mimic. 4£ Threefold (prefix). 47Fr«n «h am- bttSudor to to. «. A. dor to rranec. 49 Strong cur- 31 Episode In action. 33 Before Christ (abbr.). 34 To seiso. 37Ck>fflQ cloth. 35 Old-womahlab. rent.; SI To come in. S^saarie. M MMt«bliig gfoui) of dishes. VERTiCAI/ 1V. 8: ainbassa- dor to England. 2 Wing ot a *8ed; 3lMcays. 4 Maple. C Bicharial V«s«eL «HlBrdy isarden 4?Humor. 10 Long grasses. 11 Inclinatioh ; downward.' 12 Assigned last. l3Tq droop. , 14 fieam. 1" Fresh-wat^r fish. 20 Fictitious prose tale. 22 Farmers o£ South Africa. 24 Pale, 27 Embryo bird. 29 Machine for making Joints. 3<) Brilliant show, 31 Hall. 32 Purifies. 33 Morsel, 35 To Vouch. 3< Conveyed. 37 Moccasin. 39 Nothing. 40 Large stiff collar. '31 CHRYSLER SEDAN •31 FORD COUPE-. '29 DE SOTO COACH •31 PLYMOUTH COAd'H' '30 ESSEX SEDAN; ROSS ARBUCKLE GARAGE CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Sales—Service—Parts Kami Bureau ...News... FARM CALENDAR. Thursday. February 2. President's meeting with Miss Smurth- waitejat 1:45. Meet hi ofKce. j Friday. February 3. Moran unit mfeets with Mrs. Frank Harris at 1 o'clock. I Friday, February 3. Board meeting at 6 o'clock in Farm Bureau office, j Monday, Februarj- 6. Office. TuKday, Feb 7 to Friday. February 10 .v.Farm and Home week. Manhattan. AUTOMOTIvt Helpful Thought: Be the eaiHain of your ship of destiny launched on the ocean of life. ^hryMnthe* mum. 7Sf£0 feet *CloM. 9 to hearken. 44 Plan or oiit-. line. 4Sdod of love. 48 Indian from Utah. SO Eggs «f fishes. Sah Francisco—It reauired six policemen to carry the stretcher on whicih John Aasen,. B-feet-2-inch giant, was taken from his hotel rootn to,a hospital. Aasen, Who formerly appeared in circtaes and in ffloUon picturies, weighs 46d pounds. Physicians said he was seriously ill from a complication of aihnents. He was bom in' Minot, N. U. 11-rt HI II I ir I I Household hint: You can lessen the time of making bread by using Plelschmann ycsast. You can hasten rolls by doubling , the amount of yeast. Parker'House rolls can be completed^ in 2!i hours. To clarify fat: Molt .fat in a kettle and aiid a raw potato cut" into half inch cubes, allow to heat. When potato is brown strain through a double thickness of cheese cloth. Corn Fritters: 1 cup of com', I 'L- tsp. .salt, >s tsp. i3opi )er, l?i Sups flour, il tsp: bak. pow.. 2 eggs. Measure and sift dry Ingredients, add com and beaten egg yolk. Beat yolk well. ! Fold in stiffly beaten egg ^hite. i Drip by si»ohfuLs into deep fat. ' . * E^AL ESTATE TRANSFERS f (From the Office! ot The lola I Abistract Co., 108 W. Jacicson) | — \ —-— • « Automobiles For Sale PGNTIAC-BUICK • Sales and Service _ , Guaranteed Used Cstifs SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jefferson Phqiic 80 6 Auto Accessories, 'fires,: Parts WANTfiD—Model T Roadsljer, must be in' good shape and priced right for cash. Address Bo.x 80, care' Register. Repairing—Garages BATTERY Recharging, 50c. I Garage. i__ Ideal BUSINESS SER\^ICE Business Service Offered HARNESS OILED—75c per set. Helgele's Harness and Auto Shop, 201 South street, loin. ' . EMPLOYMENT 13 Help Wanted—Female LOCAL AND TRAVEL1N(3 repre- .sentatives, salary and expenses, Mrs, Ross King. care_Reglster. Situations Wanted—Female 15 WOMAN, 41, wants position as housekeeper. Florence Cuh-y, La- Harpe R. 2, care Hargrove; Phone lola-945P22. LIVE STOCK 21 Horses, Cattle, Vehicles COWS — Just fresh, and cows to freshen soon, J. C! Butcher, West Street road. > January 31, 1933. Warren S, Ford to Mary E, Ford, lot 12, and 13, both in block 8 in .Pox's Addition.to LaHarpe, Kaa„ $1. ^ Mary E. Ingels, a widow to Harry P, Ingels, all her undivided interest in and to the W'i of NE'/i ol 3526-19,1 containing 80 acres, more or less, $1. GOOD BIJVCK JACK—For sale. , Pour tniles north of Bron.son. S. L. GoQdhb. Chl(;ago—The budget problem is no longer a worry to the Rev. W. E. Ellison, pastor of the Hinton, la.. Community Methodist church. He |tai:es part of his salary in farm products, including hogs and music lessons. JERSEY COW—Extra nice,; giving 2 gallons di^lly, fresh Anrlf; trade for horse, hogs or other, cattle. 411 S. Washington, LaHatfpo. 22 Poultry and Supplies: BABY CHICKS—All leading:breed.-!. Custom, Hatching, I'-c ppr egg. Taylor's Hatchery, 201 South Jefferson, lola. SUNFLO'WER CHICKS — patches . weekly. See us before ybu get chicks or hatching. Supllower Hatcher>'. Bi-onson. His three children are the ones whoget the music lessons. •The Muminj^'Brings a. Faiitastic Romance of Ancient and Modern Egypt. Zltal Johann carries the romantic lead in Boris KarlofT's "The Mummy," Firsi as a priestess ot E^ypt 3,000 years ago, and last as a modem English girl, she liiiks a, chain of weird circumstances into one of the most lasclQating romances ever screened. The picture comes to the lola Thursday and Friday. (First published in the Tola Daily Rcffi.ster, January 18, 1933,) SHERIFF'S SALE In the District Court of Allen County. Kansas. H. Eari Elliott, plaintiff, vs. George Broughton and Hose Broughton. his wife ^defendants. By virtue of an Order" of S^le, without appraisement to me directed and delievered, issued out of the Thirty-Seventh Judicial District of the State of Kansas, sitting in and for >Allen (bounty In said state, wherein the parties above named w-ere respectively plaintlll and defendants, I will on the 20th day of Februarj'. 1933. at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day, at the south front door of the Court Jiouse in lola in Said (bounty and State aforesaid, offer at public sale and sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand the following described real property sititated • in Allen (bounty, Kansas, to-irtt: All that part 61 the Ncrtbvest Quarter (NW. Vi) Of Section Twenty-one (21) Township Twenty-five (^), Range Twenty-one (21) lying West of the Middle Hedge runiUng North and South through, sakl Quarter Secti(m: containing ninety acres more or less, said prt^rty to be sold as commanded by the Order of Sate •without Appraisement and in jHirsuance of the judgment in the above entitled cause. Given tmder my hand and seal this :i8th day of January; 1OT3. BUD HORIiBY. Sheriff - of Allen Counl^. By Otis Lambeth, Understierlff. L. H. Cable, Attorney for Plaintiff. (1)-18-25 (2)-1-8-15 CLASSIFIED RATES : (Effective Jan. 1,1933.) For one insertion. I'.ic per word. For three or hiore insertions, Ic per word per insertion. Miniihum, 25c per order: cash In advance. For special low rates by the month, call this office. SWAPPER'S COLUMN BRONZE GOBBLERS — Reference books for incubators. James Brownrigg, lola R. 2. HEAVY HORSES, hay press and young cows to trade for mules too yourtg for market and one set ham&ss. L. H. Bamett, 2 miles west County Farm. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions NOTICE OP SALE—Notice is hereby given that on February 25,1933, at three o'clock P. M., at the McCarthy Motor Company Garage, on South Washington Street. lola, Kansas, one 1927 Oakland Coupe, Serial No. 158363-54, Engine No. L162461 *ill be sold at public Uuc- tion to pay the storage and repair charges thereon.—McCarthy Motor Company, by f^ank McCarthy. Personals I WANT TO CORRESPOND With nice clean ladv who wants a home. Box 79, Register, AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Sale THE CHE'VROLET DEALER. HAS THE BEST USED CAR VALUES IN TOWN 1928 Chevrolet Landau Sedan 1932 Chevrolet Pickup 1929 Chev. Panel Delivery 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1929 (Chevrolet Coupe 1927 Chrysler Roadster 1929 Dodge Sedan 1929 Essex Coupe 1930 Ford Sedan 1931 Ford Truck, long wheelbase 1930 Ford Coupe 1929 Ford Truck' 1929 Hudson Sedan 1S28 Hup 8 Coupe 1939 'Whippet Coach Plenty of Other Bargains BUD WHITE MOTOR CO. '26 DODGE'4-door sedan; '27 Chev, rolet coach; used parts. lola Auto Wrecking. Phone 782. ' Dodge S^LES Dependable Used Cars and Trucks ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone30l Cash—Trade-Terms MERCHANDISJ5 24 Articles For Sale ; BEST CREAM SEPARATOR'OIL, 15c qt.; rubbers, etc .j for Anker- Holth. Melotte, Domo. "(/Iking- Sharples separators.' Shannon Hardware. PhOne 29. ' NEWTOWN INCUBATOR-1800 capacity, $200;, will take part; trade. V. C Archer & .Co.l _ 27 Feed, Fuel, Fertilizers HAY FOR SALE or trade at 307 East Irwin, lola, Kansas. ; WOOD—Green or drj", $1 .50 per rank, delivered. Brownie's. ;Phone 88.. 28 Household Goods CHILD'S BED—Wardrobe, aijd oak dresser. Address P. O. Box 207, lola. Kansas. ; FOUR COMBINATION gasi coal and wood range., Priced tb sell. Curtis Furniture, 10 N. Wash. . NEW; SHIPMENT ol cast range.';, latest designs, cheaper prices: Terms. Delivery. W. H. jWood Fine Furniture, 202 S. Jefferson. USEp.STOVES and Furniture.*Storei packed. Hennlnger's Furn. ;Store.| Machinery and Tools- WALKING • PLOW—Good, 14ginch. new share, $4.50, Allen County Implement Co. 1^ • 30 Musical, Badlo SEVERAL good used radios. Teruis. -Hennlnger's Furniture Store; ROOMS FOR RENT 34 .' Apartments and Flats ' FURNISHED APARTMENT—Tjhree rooms, with pantry, closets, porches, private entrance, modern, close 'in. Phone 1234. Real Estate Fof Rent 36 Farms and Land For Rent 80 ACRES—2U miles on Horville 'gravel road. See R. L, Thomjjson i Agency. ; 37 Houses For Bent CpTTAGE—Five rooms, furnished, modern, garage; reference, ;re- quircd; adults. Inquire 222 South Jefferson. : FOR RENT—Houses, good location. See G. E, Pees. HOUSE—5 rooms, garage, close-in. Phone 461. ' HOUSED rooms, modem, fur- •nlshed if desired. R. M. Cunnihg- Jham; over Penney's. 5-'ROOM modem house, garage, •SS; Mother good houses. V. C. Ai-cher • ii Co, Phone 304, 5 ^ROOM MODERN bungalow for *rent, 220 Soutii Walnut. Inquire :at Van's Bakery. = • Real Estate For Sale' 43 To Exchange—Real Estate: GOOD CITY PROPERTY—Will Hell ;ot- trade for farm or suburban. ; 425 North (3ottonwood.
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