Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 27, 1927 · Page 5
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THE lOLA DAILY R6y;tSTEB.TOESr>AT EVENlNd -iiU UM-fiTp. H. unltM oth^-rwlK.- iii. dleatad.' W»v« icnttlis nn irri <•! <-i<ii UtUrii kOoorelea'oo Wfbt. , 272.6— W ^O Atlantis City-nco '.'S:|p--Ciu'lstinaB Carols • :M~4l«i41o Procram 4S .-W ^^:OMe* Orcbcatra ! aM—WBAU Baltlmora-lOlD 1:M £-I }tnzifr'0reh««tra ' 9 :10— KarlmbA Mullnsa •:0»— sue* OretMMra ' ^ ' EMJt-WCCI •«iten-|90 7 :JQ—Aeolian Re'cUal ' S:00— Iiuuia Troubadours •.-N^Ooedrleli Orcbaaira,: guari«t < A^Jt^NAC Boat^n-*U 7:«0—Xufleai) Program ; J;«0—Koiktor Hour , 9:00—CoIumbU P^boDOKraph-^lour 30{U— WOR Biiffalo—990 i.jo— •So'ciJhyina 7:30— Aeolian BecltaJ: Troubatlour*; : Oobdrteh Orchaaira <2 hra.» ' M9.1— WMAK Bitfralo—«60 . ^«:00—Kolaier. Hour rs-Qo^Pbon^npl, Hour lft :es— Carice^uaie \' eSS.4—WTIC Hartford—6«0 • :00—Coalralto Soloa <:«>—Soconyaos 7.10--Aeolian njrltal «:3«—Kational Grand Opera ' 42^3— WOR Nawark— 710 S:00-r5a«*nibIe " " ' 7:00- ^eeaions Cbimea 8:00- -Kolster Hour •i:(W--Ph!>noKraph Hour 10:05--Dince Music • 4tt*-WEAF -'N«w Yortc-641» , «:00—'Synasorua Services L T:0O-Tare»t MorocnU In HUtorr S:nii-STroubadoui:» «:»«—Orchestra; Quartet »:JO—National Grand Opera 454.3—WJ2 New York— floa c:00—Dance Band ' . 7:00—Sparkere . 7:S0—Foresters _ • . 8:00—Woodrovr Wilson roundation I Dinner !i;(iO—Soi-lal Hour JiV i» JuiOO—Slumber Music ••. '. '405 .2— WFI-WLIT Philadelphia— 740 r, so—Whispering Orchestra ti :1ft— Daily Toy Tales 31$.6—KOKA Pittsburgh—aSO 7:.-lii—rSreHters ; . fc:uo—Concert 483.»—WJAfl Providanct— 020 B:30—SbCanyails T::i«—Hawaiian Island Four i ij:30—<2oodricb OreheBtra;-Quartit 27 ;Ur -WHAKl pochcitcr— 10M 7 :0(1—rtemljigton Band i •J :ijO—Studio'Prosram I 14 :00— Requeat Oryan ilaclul: hewa S79'.»^wpY Schanaet'ady— 7*0 C::o—Sofonyans: Va'iilin^ ficbeack 7:110—Remington Band 7:30—A«ol|an Prbtrann t .00—rpana, Troulwdours SS9.1— WBX flpiinoflald—900 7 :0OV-CtiainprQn Sparlcera 7:2(V-8ylvanla Forestera « ov^Woodrow Wilson UJrIhday Dln- J;«5— Seojcb Character Comedian »«.t— CKCL Toront»i -e40 l:3o-^EnBemWa 4tf.»-'WR6 Washington—640 7:3n-necJtal S:00—Troobadouru *:»«—Orchealra; Quartet »:80—"hansel and Oretel" WTA^ WorcMttr— MO 6:311—Soconyana 7:110—Great Mompnln In' History 3:30—Goodrlcb Orchestra; Quart** ^10—Syitaaui r <r«MCi*' •• 9:00—Congreaa Cantfwl • , 3S3.6 -WeBH.'WJjp 'tiat99»-m T:ii(i-t>rcire»lria ';:3i|-Theater Progrsm 11 .(w-.studiu Program ' > 4i6.«-WON-tyLtB CMcMO^ni ' '. :5l'—I '.tM 'ltBl - " • w - Vn.iibailours • N :!>i iirclivaira: Qutrtat. • ' :;i_.>--irtiB Recital ::44.6-wi.S Chleage—R9 " ^l••-,MI^Illlr» MOUI- ' . .' " 4i-.Mm-l<r.v'Gam« l< :•!.> ~ iv>i>ii)iir Prograni ~ I 4ir »-WMAQ.WQJ CI^|e-47B I'l ui-oiic'Mn lieclial I. liinnHr Concert N ni-sniiii-HM WOR <* ht».) I.) S)«v«-»in OrcheatrA (• hrt.) «;3.3—WLW Cincinnati—700-' 7 iil-:?|'«rl <<>r3 7:S«-J.nny LInd Melodlaa 8:ilO--Trl., 361.2—WSAI CinelanatI— BM. 7:00-Great Momenta in BUtory • 7:J0—Rocllnl • )i:30—Orrhpolra: Quartet 9:M—"Hansel and .Oretel"* 399.8—WTAM Cleveland—7S0 7:30^RecitaI . 8:00—Troubadours S:3U—Or«die3tra: Quartet 9:30—•Hansel and Uretel" * 282.»—WAIU Columbua— low , 8:0n-Same .as WOR \ I ' 9:00—Phonograph Hour S74.g—woe Davenport—600 7:00—Great MomenU to Blatory J :.10—Aeolinn Program :30—Goodrich Orchestra: Quartet 535.4—WHO Oes Moines—S60 ' 7:00^reat Uomelita "In History S:oo—Ipana.'^Troubadours • 8:S0-^Ooodrlch Orcbestiv: Quartet 9:30—Grand Opera' 440.9—WCX-WJR Detroit—680 B:3b-^i{equest' Tlnie' ' 7:00—Champion iiparkera 7:30-Variety Three . 9:30—Personality^ Cfrls •y 352.7—WWJ Detroit—850 ' 7:00—preat Moments In History 7:.T0—.\eolian Rvoital 8:00—Jpana Troubadours 8:10—Goodrlcb Ilour 499.7—WBAP Fort Worth'i-OOO 8:00—Seven Aces ,8:00—Ipana Troubadours r361.2—W08 Jefferson City—830 3:1^-Radio Parm School: 8:30—Trinity Lutheran Cboir 870.2—WDAF Kansaa.'City—811 7:0O-Uta and: UIke ' i 7:30—Aeolian 'Concert 8:00—Ipana Troubadours 8:30—Goodrlrh Hour 1 293^8—WTMJ Milwaukee—1020 7:30—Aeolian Redtaf 9:00—Wisconsin Commuoltlu Pnn 10:00—planologue . ' 405.2—WCCO Mlnnfapoli(-St.P«ul—74 7:30—Aeollfn Recital 8:80—Oeedrteb Orchestra; Quarts! 10:30—Dance Program - I 608.2— WOW Omaha—MO | 7:00—Great Momenta in Htatory 7:30—Orcheatra 8:00—Ipana Troubadour* 4M.7—WOAI tan Antonlo-«09 . 1:00—UUb Program | M8.1—K8D tt. Leuia—MO 7:30—RecllaJ • • 8 :iiO—Troubadours 8:00—Grand Opera MO-^KVOO ,Tiils«->MO .. 7:00—Musical Club Program «:M—ipanA Tronbadoura 8:30—Goodrich Orchestra;. Quartet i WESTERN •. SOUTHERN 2WI.9—WWNC Ashevllle—1010 K 6 :00— Dinner Music . 475.9—WSB Atlanta-630 00—Troubadours 8:30—Orchestra; Quar'.et 245.»—WOOD Chattanooga—1220 • 7:30—Ensemble 8:00—String Band . 8:30—Organ Recital ' 384.4—KTHS Hot Springs—780 7:00-Organ Concert 7::!0—Arlington •Orih«':':ia *:0(VrDanc6 Nusiic 336.9—WJAX Jacksonville—890 ?i06 —Dodge Prfsenlan'>ti 322.4-^WHAS Louisville^30 «;fl0-^lpana TrouliadOMrs 8:30,—Goodrich Orchestra (:3077-Nat1on8l Gijind Opera 516.9 WMC Memphis—530 I :«0—Tfoubadouf K 8:30—Orchestla; i.fu;.:i'it: • 836.0—W6M Nashville—8«0 8.00—Ipana Troubadours S:JO—Goodrich Orriipstras: Quartet 9:30—National Grand Opera .- 322.4^WSMB New Orleans—930 30—Musicll I'rosfam (2 brs) 249.0—WCOA Psnnacola—1200 00—Bridge J.*5!«on» ;30—Few .Mumi-ni.s at TJano 00—Organ 254.1—WRVA Richmond—1180 fiO-iConm t . 31)—BriilKi- l.'<>s.'<'i 'ii 00—.MuslCJariM' Cliil>, 8: ' R': • S ; CENTRAL 626—KYW Chicago-670 TiOO—Cbamriion 6)>arl.ors 829.9— KOA Osnvcr— 920 7 :30—Dinner "Concert 9 :00—Instrumental: Modem Maale hrs.) 46e .5^KFI Los Angeles— 640 8:30—Raal ChasnofT's Orcheatra 10:00—String Orchestra 11:00—Vagabonds 12:00—Modern Muislo 416.4— KHJ Los Angsiss— 710 - 9:00—Classic Hour 11:00—Popular Concert 336.9— KNX LOS Angslai -«90 11:00—Feature Program 12:00—BUtmore Orchestra , 384.4— KGO Oakland—780 10:00—Vaudeville 11:00-Vagabonds ' 606 .2— KLX Oakland -^-6M S:SO—Dinner Concert 10:00—Educational Program ' 491 .6—KOW Portland— 610 11:09—Vagabonds 12:00—Silver King Revelers, 464.3— KFRC San Frartclseo— 669 10:00—Orcb«aUa: SOlpUta 11:00—Melody Hour ' 12:00—Orchestra 422.3- TKPO San Francisco— 710 8:30—Dance Orchestra ]U:o«—Atwater Kent Hour ! ;i:00—String Quartet 447.6— KFOA Seattia— 670 10:00—Concert Orchestra 11.00-NBC Program 12:00—Silver King Revelers 346 .6—KJR Seattl*-6 (0 9:30—Concert OrcbaUra , 11:00—Studio Progrart n 12:00-Daric8 MusTc (2 hrs.) ^ 370 .2 -KHQ Spokan*-«19 11:00—NBC Program ' ' l2:00-8'.lver KinE.Rsvalan (t lAHARPEAND ITS^TIZENS MtiM.ii Hold Jului loiitaUaUon Vfltb • • Kajtffrv Star ^HoW Babbit C limit 'rhiir.«i«la>v—twals And So<-iiil »jrs • (Mr.s. Opal .MltclVelM l-iiHarpi-. KaiiK- Dojp. • 2C.~Tlif MaHouic lodge-iielU joint InstaJIa- lion with incinber .H of t^e-Kasitern ^ hilar on December! 23. The officer^ . listaJled for the Mason's were Alpha A. HoI'deman; W. M. .\rihur. E .Nicholas. S. F- Otto Barker. J. W Jlorberf' Martin, treasirer.! John (iarvey secretary. Lcs^r Ivacpp. S JJ. AVlUis Kerr. J. D. Hugh AVlIson S. S. Harry Lacy. J. S. : ntl Wil- liHiu Snodgrass Tyler. The Rabbit hunt which is i' groat x'vent among th.e hunters of i"'c vie- JQity will be he3d Thursdaj-. Smest Kowler is captain for one; si.'c and AVIUiis Kerr captain for the oih^r Dorsett Produce Co. •M09 East street, Iota PbojBr 3QI Cash f «r Ponltrr U* Cirk • Call m tiaMk ITe will come lifter p9iltry. Tho jH'iHOnef of Captain Kerr 'i? huulerti arc: Captalik Willil.Kcrr KIrHt hieiitoiiant. George McDonald KeeoiKl I>ieutenunl. John Uarvey Surgeiit of the cotuuiisary department. \V. U. OodHpy and Clif Jonce first cook. A reporit of the othet Hide will be given tomorrow. Cap- jtain Fowler IK reported to have at many Kood men witihing poditiong it is liard to make n KPieciion. Tire Philathea ^Silnday ¥clioo' class will have a biisiness meeting ami a social good time at the home of.Mius Kffie Stevenson Thursday evening and all metnbers are expected t?. be present. Charles Limes is hoiiie from Gallop Rofck, Ark.. wUere he has leases and recently moved the drilling rig which he expects to start shortlji after the first of the year. Tike Stoyy fliu Par llie stt>rir is laid'te t&e Mdian territory and along the Kansas 'border In the 'SO'a. when a fight WRs being wageid by Uio "Boom- trs" for the opening, of the territory to sottlement. Chief characterH »rc: tON'T HARRISON'," orphaned at 1.1 when his father was murdered ID ? poker game;^ J'AW'NEK BIJJ>. udveiitiirer. InHlaji Interpreter uad nhow- m'an; ' ' JOia CHAKJ. who lakes Tony tif the Bar k ranch to live; TITirs .NfOORE. owner of tlic Bar K: RITA MOORE, his liltle toiu- lioy daughter. . When Tony is 15, RiU and her niollier depart for Virginia aiid the lioy. Jenrns for the.first time hoiv much he cares for Iho little red-liaired, airogant miss. Titus .Moore, owner of a thoroughbred marc, is challene«><l to a horse race in CaWwell by CLYDE JOKidS,-owner of a remarkable stallion. * * • CHAPTER XKIV. "•.My Oawd!" ejaculated Joe Craig.- "Did you hear that. Tony?" But Tony had heard and understood only too well. He was thinking that the respohsfbility }ie had so enthusiastically assumed had grown suddenly to the proportions of a staggering load., "What."'he asked ^himself. "K Fanfcy was to lose through some careies.sness of mine? | It would be had'enoiigl) to have her beaten, but I'd )iate to be the caus^ of the colonel losing five thousand dollars and his mare In the bargain." ••We'll shake on it. then," Jones was saying lo Titus Moore. "And UQw how alwut a stake holder^/" "As far as I'm concerned," hq was told, •'a stakeliolder isn't necessary. Your word's good enough for me, and iuost men are satisfied with mine." .lones stated at him a moment, then nodded Ijricfly. "It satisfies me. too." The news seemed to spread on wings. "Wlthiii an hour everyone in Caldwell knew that the owners of Black Diamqpd and Fancy hfd bet five thousand dollars aplete] and their Jiorsesas well. "Tliat %^ • ' - . . .-V calmly, bead eroct, to a box where sat Clydie' Jones and a party of friends 'aB4" Joe Craig. Jones wore' a wide 'grin. "I feel rcil sorry for >«u. polonel." lio called, and Crais Ifrowned. "Save yoiir aynipatby;" he retorted. "You might need it." " ! I To Tltiis Moore |be added quickly: "It sore'wJllfdo me gddd to see that fafag of wind lose. It always' fioes hard with that kini)." ' His cniployer said' nothing. Chin In band, he Wa^ gazlffg intently at a spot some fifty y^rds away where two men were leading the inouiltcd animals' up Jo tlic starting hne. "Black plamcnd." Craig informed bifn In hlH ear, "is carrying a-hundred and forty t>ounds. \ Jones said he didn't want to have any advantage in the jreigbts." (^Ibnel M6ore' nodded, was-real wMhe of him." Somewhere! a six-gun barked and two hordes stiot forward In a swirl of dust. A ftill-throated cry arose from the seais as long-stifled ^mo- tlons were released, and the tolo- nel seUled Uimself back, his face an inipa'sslvejpiask. It was all I very brief. True', to Titus Moore's prediction, the boy on Black Diamond was trying to show Fanry the stallion's heels all the way.; He overhauled the mare in half a" dozen jumps, and thereafter Tony clung to him. no more than a lengtH behind. Craig saw jClyde Jones spring from his seat witlv a battle-cry of triumph as tbie stallion sprang into the lead. '•H^'s runninir away from her." he pealed. And then Craig saw tlie broad smile, fade as Fancy clung tenaci­ ously'to the pace-setting Black Diamond; saw It vanish entirely to be replaced with a frown as, with two-thirds of the race run.' Tony Harrison leaned far forward with a word in Fant'y's ear and the mare responded with a magniflccnf spurt. Now she was pulling up on him: daylight closcid between th«m: her head was aljr^ast of his saddle, his neck, was evcjn with his; and now .she was ahead. Joe Craig shouted himselt hoarse. POSffOICfl HVSPLAI4S, TpLTT P.OPIHOH tlPSP»«iL CHRISTMAS] AtyJHiCK liM'e POP WlttgE FtOSH- Nice • OIVIOEMD- FROM THE VESSIR- N'ALL ,TH'KIDS ARE CRAZY 'BOl^T MY DOLL PAGE FIVE AM-lfMStePPiN' 6l >T RIGHT NOW A.M'SHO>NTH! TOWN, VMKAT A S^MELL SCARF Y'GlNAME eiLL n 'S A<aOOOTt*tNGTH'CHRlsTMft? BILLS OOW'T COWEIN TOR SEVERAL YieE \is SCT-I'LL 6e i QM MV MERRY WAY BEFORE POP RNDSOOT X CHAROEb. THOSE THINGS 4= FIN A NflAI Honey fe I>oan—Mori FARM LOAMS—Quick service Jand rea.sonobte rates.. .A. D. Hawthorne; 15»,4 West Madison. ^| FARM-A-\'D CITY LOANS—Base rate on farms, ,1';.', cit.v G'/J. IstiUR or slixrt lime. R. .M. Cunningban. FARM AND CITY LOANS—At current rates, {..rberal terms. Prompt, servic^'. Your biisiuess .-ippreciat- ed. C;tll on The Allen Coauty Investment Co., Kellcy Hotel BId{^;^ lola. Knusjis. MONEY TO LOA--^—Oiv farms dr citv property. Lowest rale. Steivai t A; Futik. .MONEY TO LOAN—On real cstftt'i:, repayable in small montlily.'pay­ ments. These loans never comeduc — betler Itec^UiiP cireaper and mpro, convenient. Security Building 4; I>oan Assn.. 1st Natl. i:^nk Bldg. UVE STOCK Horses, Cattle. Tehlcles 48 GOOD SADDLE .M.\RE—Wof.tht 1100 lbs., for safe or trade. Plio.ne. 1120.1. , .MALE HOG—Hampshire, eligible to register. C. J. Hill, mile west of Katy Lake. _i . Poultry and Snpi>lies 4» BABY CHICKS—Place your orders now for Januarv chicks. Sturdy Chick IL-itchery. l':;o West stre^L lola. Kansas. • Wanted—Live Stock 50 GOOn l^SED TRACTOR—For sale or trade for mules.' Sec Ollic Sutherland at Shannon'.s. MERCHANDISE GENERAL MOTORS GUIDES MARKETS •Just look at her. Colonel I" he begged. "Juijt look at her! Oh, what a beauty! What a beauty!" "She's doing just what I expected New Chevrolet Reports ' Send Stock Up To Peak Articles For Sale '61 race, carried a stirring editorial by .lohn Blake. ' Betting Qu a horse race was gamhiiug, he admitted: nevertheless the editor of the Tribune hud a weakness for It. "If it be • treason." he wrote, make the most of It. As long as run her perfectly. it was true. . Another twenty yai-ds and Fancy wiould have been overbauted, biit the boy had gauged her resourceii ailinirably: At tbc end. Black Diamond Was gaining on her In a'tpundcrous finish ana horses r,n there w... be wagering. 1 ^^^J^, C^^.n^JLlf^ and our* own Judgment, which is ofien wrong, is backlog the Ken- lucky inare.". "~ The extent, to wiiich Titus SJoqrc had Tlunged on his thoroughbred liad caused sopie surprise among the Bar K men, but Joe Craig bad a plausible explanation. "There's jievcral" <:<insidcrcd."^he prouounceil as he "Ijorrowed" a cigar. "F'irst of all. the colonel's a true gapibler. You might say he's got the real gambler's instinct, which Is to buck your judgment to the limit. Take this,race, now; lH 'c old ipan's confident of winning: lib's g6t a great little piarc and be don't tbink it runs in her bihod to be beaten.' / "'^C«J. 1JI And if he can't see how she can '^"^ °°"^' lose, why shouldn't he bet tl>st way 7 "As tor risking Fancy herself, I lliink I've got that worked out. too. length a(>cad. A sligl>t sniilc that trembled on his lips was! Titus Moore's only evidence of emotion, but Craijs with a ^ild yell oJT victory turned trl- umphanU^ toward (hp beaten Clyde 4oncs. "'. - „ ,„ K„i He grrttlie shock of his life, for .,„iv!-"'nc8. \iM eyes clouded with dis- .uouncetl sai ^eU'^pp^^^tJnto,; forcing a .mile. was coming toward tMoore, hia banil outstret<!h«d in congratulation: " "Bj- God!" he c*clalmed. ' "I'm surprised, but I'm licked. Oilonel Moore. I didn't think" it possible there was another h6>se in this country- as fast as Black Diamond. The mare won because she's a bct- It would •lireak his heart anyway. e stallion's yours and .so is this'," and he fished out bis fat wallet. 1 Titus Moore got to his feel. A committee was approaching the vitv- torlous Foni:y to; place a wreath of ., , . . J „ _ .. 1 „.«..flowers around her neck and an- .f she lost and » »'«sji.roved wme,^,^^ Tony Harrisons HI.OUI- other horse was her master, "cd !„prs. The colonbl was very ha,n.y: never feel tlic same about her bed ^ j tetrs: but never forget that /"".'^''^.h'n'^! outwardly be was Impcrluibable. the big lest Understand, 1 in noi.j ij^^ Clyde Jones and clasp- saying he'd turn agalwHi her-thatsi . * . . „,„, ' rri-,„i •• he sni.i not his way. I'm tryihg to say that she'd never be the 'same to him. So he's risking her, along with his five ihousand. If he wins, it means lie was I'ight in his Judgment. If he loses—" Craig broke off and BfAikET Com^ £ut M9nro» aju[ Elm 8U. We Wiml YMIT PitNiUry. figgi . and Hides. >KP OUB Pi^OVE VUMBEB 19171 lola 'A Prodnce nonoe Rfnre 1911. .V C 0,^ c:j^,tyUU<. MiiBRCflr,.. •> •> • •> <• • -» •> •> • • * • * •> • • lOlA DAILY ABSTRACT « Issued from office of lola * Abstract Company •> • ;•> December 24, 1927. Sheriff of Allen Caunty. to W, W. Gillenwater's. lot 7. block 9. and' lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 iand 12, block 10, also an und. S-ej interest in lots 3, 4. 5 and 6, block^ 10, also lot C. block 9. all in the town of Rose Hill: also 4.S7 acres in N. Vj <kf SB. 32-24-19, $500.00. - W. W. Glllenwater and wife Malinda J., tA C. U Love, (De- Jrlption same as In d«e<l above.) ^ William H. Mcdellan and- wife, M^garet I... to Cbas. U. Ji^iak, SW. |U> of 9-26-19, »1.0«. -fiVantcd to Buy: Clean Uglil colored rags at the Register. '-^Kxlra large bundles of cjenn apwspapers, 10c, at Regjstor office. gestured expressively with his. haillls. The calmest of all of Fancy's badkers was Titus Moore hims'eir: half an hour before; the start of the. race lie stood beside the niune and talked to her in ah even volc^, while Fancy nuzzled his cheek. "Tony," he said, turning to thii boy, "there's just one (bU of advlciJ I want to give you! I have an idea: Black Oiamond's owner is^gping t^ order his boy to let th^-iiofile out from the start and keep him going that way to the finish. The stallion is big and strong and.he won't I tire: there'd be no sens? (n hold-, Jf.J X "ou? Lney'' ( Ing him back But thatVnot tlie' ^"""^ money. ,C( way to race Fancy. If she'll do it for you. I want you to. liiatch the stallion's pace, keeping about half a length behind him, for the first half-mile. In the last quarter ask her for everything she's got. Tho mare's got a great heart, Tony: she'll have, a sprint left for ypu." He stroked Fancy's muzzle affectionately, letting his eyes rove Qver her trim figure in a final appraisal. "fotiy Harrison nodded. Something of the colonel's calmne?;; hid communicated itself to ])Im durii^ the last few-minutes. Cpnsideriiig the restless, night he had hnaccountably ^uiet of nerve.' as tbough soothing hands had atroked bis temj^les. She's a great Mttl? piece pf horseflesh, Tony," TJttis Moort went on. still fondling the Ihor- t ^ugbbrcd, "and slbe's proud— proiid the good, clean "blood In her. '•d bis hand. ".My friend." ho said, "you'say what isn't so. It isn't fair to that wohderful horse ^>f .voiirs lo say tliat he was jieateit by a bistter one. He was beaten by.ii ixuier one at that distance, that ;s all. You saw for yourselt.' and It must have done yoi^r heart-good to see it. that BIa(/k Diamond would have won easily at a mile." Jones nodded. "Yes. I believe he wouW. I'm right glad to hear you say so." Titus Moore smiled a lillle moro broadly and rested his" ha'nd aftec- tiontely on Joe Craig's shoulder, "Mr. Jones," he said, "you hove shown yourself to be a fine gentleman and a^good sport. The liard- est thing In life Is \o lose grace- fiilly and you've done it." The other bowed a little and mur- ction. Colonel Moore continued, "but I won't take your horse. I cheerfully give him back." .Tones protested volubly. "Nothing of the,kind. Mothing of tlje kind. The stiflllon's yours: 1 lost him. I couldn't think of it." "Nevertheless," insisted Titus Moore, "I can't accept him."^, At that moment Fancy, with Tony stiU ia the saddle, was being led forward to the box where Colonel Moore 'stood, and" a cry went up-for the-colonel to stand beside her and show himself to tlie crowd. And Clyde Jbhes. &ia ga^e rest- -.J .., r. j^g f\>w York, Dec. 7. (AIM —Price inovemenls in today's" stock market Ia(fkcd uniformity, but tlie main Inind appeared to be upward will) General Motors and \'. S. Steel common in the vanguard orihc.utl- vahce." Call money was marked ur to .0 1-2 per cent, folowing the calling of about f2ri,0<iu.000 in loans aii'l litis has a tendency to restrict speculative operations, iilthongli the higher rate was generally regarded as temporary. 'The demand for Geiieial .Motiu-: Wit .s stimulaled li^' riiiiiors nf several surprise features wlicn tlie new rhevrolcl lar is iiitroducei",' January 1. • (iirti Mud l^heat I'p. Chicago. Ore. I'V. (AIM -After touching new low price records for th(} season, corn advanceil today at; the last and lh(i wheat market, also hardened. Toddy's re( eipts of corn weic liberal, but tbe.v rcpresentcil ainjumulations over t'liristnias and nojv country offerings remained sinall. , Wheat was innuenced cliicf- ly by tlie action of the firu. t The p,-jst meeting of the American League owrters was the first Jiiissed by ' Uaii Joliuson •;ini-e tlie Ifacnei was .foriiicil. Of course, Jolinaon roiijil not have heen lln-ie even if lie Nad not hefu siicrecded ri'ireutly af; hcail of (lie league hy E. S. Harnard. Serious illness would have preventeil Ills allendKiic'' i had lie want<-il to alii -'iid. • Strayed, Lost, Found P0CKETB (50K — Coutainins c^Jir- rency and change, on tfiinibtildt road. Finder please leave at R^g-' AVE ARE I'.VLOADl.VG-A c Jster office. % wire and a.tar of farm imple- I nients. Special prices for early. --; buyers. .Mien County Implement frA ! Conip .Tny. MORRIS ROLLING Invalid Clrair: gas or !oaI lieating stove: l.iO-Ib. anvil; G ft. 2-man wood * saw^; heavy vi.se. Call phone 752, lola. ar oV AUCTIONS Anctlons PUBLIC AUQTIO-V-Public auction ; Business and OlHcfe Equipment 64 every Saturday at 1:00 o'clock nt i -* • Bishop's Sales: Pavilion. ^ , TYPEWRITERS-For sale, rent or trade. Wiiltanis Typewriter. Co, ll."? West Madison. AUTOMOTIVE L Antoroohile Affencles Fhel. Feed, Fertilizers A,USED CAR—Is as dependable as i ,~,, . , •, » the dealer who sells it. Docjge i ' A''^" ; ALKM.I-A-And Pralric Sales and Service, 'ri .e best pis'^c j i"''^^'".L^."!' to buy good, dependable u.scd caj -8. , UJYY—Prairie in bale. $9.00 ton. At present we have a complete line j jjarry C. Mnnson. 2 miles north of of both open ^nd dosed mod(^Is, | counfrv Clivb. Phone 952-22. priced to sell. Ellis Motor C".. '—211 North Washington. i^,,.,^- i,ai,.d dairy alfalfa ikir immediate sale. See M. R. L ingston. 2';. miles iioithcast colony, phone 70-f), v- of BUD WHITE -MOTOR CO.- -HiiosAi- Essex dealers. Everything in high class used cars. You will fi'nd what you want liere. , .Ml priced worth the money. We trade i)r ^ f ,!l? .""''ph 'J^",'.';,-'' ''''^^-"IAIM'LES -$1.7.-. per basket. AII^Z ingion. Phone !.«:». | Ph„„„ gg. ^ Good Thlnj^s to Kat AatAmobilcs I 'or Sale 111 Hooeebold Goods r.nd second hand. 118 East Jackson. Phojie .rt. .Mel W. Fuller. Kansas til> Produce. Kansas Cty. Dee. 1'7. fAIM HiitIcr: Creamery. 52c; in lar^o qiiaii- tilics. 4.<c; packing 2Se. Butterfat: 45<-; premium C'.vlra (luality. :tc. candled current receiirts. :;i. . ''' J tnilCy l.;Oinpaib Pj.ul.try: Heavy hens. l"ic: iigli'j ' THSSCS Qut HoilUSCS lieiis, ilc; springs, Ifidf:;,-;(•: nms- tet^s. lK(/ine; ilucks. Kiii/lJic: geese. l.Si-; turkeys. 26i?/:{,•.(•. K. C. Hay By I". .S, tirades. kaii.sas (;ily. Dec 27. (AIM —iT. Dept. of Agricoltlirei—Hay lin- chiinged. Kansas City Hay. CHEVROLET SEDAN-^Latc motl^l j four door sedan, five new tir».s. I FlTR.MTliRE — New bumpers, $28.5. Will sell on time oi- trade for ahvthing. Hover.Mji- .o ,-^VK ^^122^^ff; '"^"Lliij FURNITURE AND STOVES-^r^r- u. K. USED rAitS-i:i2.-. Chevrol-^t! '"ad just arrived. ^A Christmts lo.iri.-.::: 1021 Clif.vi.d.i loi.rinil;! pift worth while. Easy payments. J"2I F.ud r «adst <r: i:»2l Fotd ! ^'"'"'^ Furniture. Co., ,LaHarpe. l'iu:i!ig; i:i22 .Kcrd toiiiii-; l!*,?: ^^^j- L-ali; ' ^9 i:i22 Cliovrolft ton .Kcrd ton III-; nui-k, with. Jl»2.'! Ford coupe; IVvlMss "i. RA.NGES—.New ones, low prices, guaranteed stoves. Jlcni^ ',,.VI""',';' • ""•'"-''^ i ningcr's Furniture Store. 118 W(»st .toiiruig: 1!J21 IJodge i.iadstcji: | Aia,]:^,,,, T l'J21 Cheviolot ton truck, wllji! grain Imdy: l!t21 Overland toui;-; WALNUT DINING—And bcdropml ins: nearly new Internatiouy ; suites, overstuffed parlor siiitles. pr.iiii body for iruik.- Slieliv i large assortment. Easy paynierits lor Cy.llS W. J:-cl<s..n. I'ho. .G'l.; Trade in your old Curtis Furhi- liiiiius clicck-i Linking fiwin .5'i7 to were givr II, ID i.jiir vvnmrii (•nililoye.--- of liu 1.: <' l'( iiacy (.'"i.. oil i|ie nigiit Iiefiii;!- Ciir .-tiiuis i»y ('. :l. Carl.soii. inaiuiger of llie l<><al stori'. ill tlie name •()'' tin- cotiipany. Tile ladies reccivljin ilie IKIDIIS (h-flis are: .Miss ;.\Irlvln (!rit!oi:. | , ,, .. .Miys .Margaret Slililli. .Mrs. J. II. Kaii.sa.'. ffjty ._n<'';./^'^ _(AP)-1U> I „;,„„•„„„ ^„„d .MU.^ Klore.iee Gle- J'£re Co.. LaHarpe. Kudlo Kquipnient 6SAl steady to $1 lovrer: IGS cars. 'I'lin-i oily. .Vo. 1. |12.."iO</1.'!; standaid. .No. 2. $!t..'.OCf/l(j..-.ft: .Vo. 2. isffiO: Prairie ..No. 1. IIOI/IU; N4 2. ?8(fi!»..'.0; .No. :;. $6f(7.riO: ai- faljfa. clioice $21.501?/22.50: No.' 1. $lk.5i)(?/21; Standard. I1.'...-JO$/1!»; .Vo'. 2. %\\.:MIV,: .NO . :;. $rf /ll: Clover .Mixed, light. .\o. I. $I0.50fi .Vo. 2. $7.5ii«/l<i. r roiouies. uouaiaerios •, . ^ ^ • Harrisod. told the n ^'"vff ;.^°f9nel: ••Tjren. if you won't take e-'o^" rih** bim! tni gU^ hint to the boy who a don't know bow ouicta I'd like to ride her royBclf." "I think 1 do." tb; boy rppHed quietl.v. "You don't 'know how iJroud I am m}-selfi of being able to ride her. I'll do my tMSt" He Mt down and pulled off his boots^ then atood up again and tbrust a stock­ inged foot into a stirrup. "ESvei^r pouiid'll' count;'' be told Titiw Moore be aFuaje iutp tt^l ^Mddl^. •Moore tiodded approvingly. The boy bad. divest^ bimft^ of every bit lof superfluous clotbiog apd aat cJa^ oaJy in irojuaera. fbirt and yocfcs. Th ^r^ ^TM ti l^last /rpnj a( bugle niid (be colonel Ungerea tin.' beat Hli"-' (TO BE CONTINTJEU)) Tracedy desrends e« |be t»kla. boDia Boomers wHb fne aealh nf DoTld Payne. Biead ffie next /cdka^ter. N XOPRKX ETIQUETTE Boberts Lee Q. To w^at practical uses is a Jbrlide's gown put after the wedding* • A. She may wear it to .dances. balK and cUnners. Q. '\lay pet apimals be admitted to the dining room? . A. No. Q. In what way ran one tell if a pe^op is Ul-bred? \. \ By Ihp yolre: yjjen . - mr ^. ..... . . „«houtH. shrieks, or screams, it press, bis rider's band, then atrode|an Utdication of ill-breeding. r Kan»as ('Ity (iraln. 1 Kansas Cily, Dec. 27. (API — ^yl^eat. receipts 218 cars; unclian- ed : to 1*. cent, lower: .No. 2 dark hard $l'26(r/1.61: No. :! Sl.'J.-.'iffi 1.59Vi:'.No. 2 hard $I.24ril.0O: .No. 2 No. 2 red nominally %\.%'m\A\\'i: No. $l.:{7fil.::7>i. Close, Dec. $1.21; May $1.22Vi. Corn, receips 673 cars: niirhang- cd to I'A cents Iwwer; No. 2 white 7)>t«?'74c: No. .1 7072c: .No. 2 yellow 7.";',i(a77c: No. :! 71 Vi© 75>ic: No. 2 mixed 73>iffl7.-.c: .No. :! TOifiSiic Close. Dec. 74T8c; .May SlTiC! July S4S4C. Oats, receipts tJ ears; unchanged: No. ? white 54c; .No; :! 53 li-. Jfilo maize. $l.-25 Kafir. $1.17© 1.22. Rye, 38c. Barley, 75fj 78c. oian. : Tiie imini.-i is givni nnniiaily by tlio eonipiiiiy li> its women em­ ployes who have worked at least one year for the coinirany. Tite size -of tile cheek \i based iii«iii (lie sales made during the .vear. tlie ietigtli of service and tiie ^ailiry earned by llie em|iloy<e. Eacli year tlie biiniis elvek bi-eonies larger. Men employed by tlie company are not eligible to a bonus but are proihoted from time to time- as their effieienc-y iii(;rense.u. Tlie iHinits clieeks were appropriately printed in keeping with Ills season and s'Mit 1>y t'.io New York office for disiriliiiiion by .Mr. Carlsoni. (AKPrANfi — Dealers i'0.\TI.\r; '2(; "O.iklaiid coupe: •2<; I'oiiti;^-^ <-oa-li: •_':"> Hui'-k li^lll si.x iOHihigi,' . finf> .-liajie; '26 VMW ...uiw; '•In TO CLOSE OUT—One Ozarka 5> Ford eoiipe; '25 Foni iiidor. Kioifcr tube radio. $:!5.0ii; one AmerKaui leiiai- head, coiinter lialanf-ty ! Beauty. .'• tube. $2s.50: one Ameri- eraiik sli;ilt. all ','Xtias; '26 Fbrjl ' «-an I'.eaiity. tirlje. $18..'>0; om,'! i-'.ad.slcr: Ford r«a(l.>j(er. box fi -AnHrican Super .v. tube. $10.00. Ford ton iriKi:. .r^ooil: -25 Theffe are all in good condition. I ear; Clievrolet touring- '21 iJodge loui- ing; '26 Oldsnioljji>' citiich. Setera! oilier ih.-.':iper iived carl. (.'a(<h, t•'•rills or Ira ie.. li<;;batt Motor Co. Z S. .Malcom. 219 Soiitii St. Pho. 201 l:)2« STLDEHAKKIt SKJUN ^ ('lir.vsler "60" <oii|>e: ('hrysiel- WE DO .NOT SELI—Our radios on per rent; we pay cash for tlienij ou delivery :'nd we can sell 'ori trade or rent you one. We sell on payments.- We will compare our. $73.00 radios witli any $100 or $125 ••«')" sedan: i;i26. l-'o:d loads.teif I machine in tone* or style. See 1925 Ford sedan; •26 Dodge coupf". ' and hear for your.s.df; 00 day good. All-are. in Korid .sliapf^ W?; I guarantee With each trade. Ro.ss Arbucliie's Garagt;. J'hlnini-v Sweep. ^ Chyisler dealers. • I'lione 56._ ^| W»nled-To Bay machine. CLASSIFIED KATES CLASSI«KD HATES , ._te ner llrfe Insdrtlonii: Dally rate per Ilrte for ciiisceutive lo • KanisaK Cily Live.sfork Kansas Clfy. Dec. 27. fAPi—U". 6.' pcpt. of Agriculture)-Hogs: 5,000: fairly active, fully steady with .Monday's best prices; .shipper and packer lop $8..%.5 on choice' 225@;28<)-]bs.: bulk 19O03On-lbs. $S.40(f(8.50: 140^180-lbs.. $7.75^i 8.3S; packing sow^s. $6.75^7.65: stock pigs. $7.50(58.25. . iCattlo: 5.5001 calves. .500; ail killing classes of cattle selling fairly active, strong to 25c higher:! spots up more on short fed heifers: vpalers and calves strong to toe bigber: stockers and feed- era I scarce, 15$r25c higher: good heavy steers, $14:75: bulk desirable sho^t feds, $11^13.25; veal top $11, good »t6c|certf. $10.60. Sheep: 9,000; lainbis. geperally st« dy to we.-ik: spots lower: ye.ir- llnta around 25c loWer: odd lots she >p about steady; top fed lambs • Cliiirge C«sh .SI.X. days 7.: <r<- Tlireo days, Tcr <^no'^|;ty ' % ... A'lfi Ift*» Mtldmuiti H»;irg<". *::t :c 'in Hay. ad. . Minimum rash. 30". f'oniit (lyo words f<> -i liiif. 'rh*^ IVfIa" ftfKlslerts a inemlMT of lie .\s '-r«.i;»tion of >:»*wstKipT Cla.ssidpfJ .\dvrrtisiiii; Maiiac<<rs. wbii-li iiH'bwl?^ lojHiinK • nowspaiifrs tlimtiKleMit 111'••'»!ml'-v. an*! lias fnV onr i>r,;il.- Hitmi lh<> ••limin^tion of fiaii 'lMlciil and mis- I'-adinc r 'l ;)pitip)J ..\'lv-rlisinc. Th',- Il''Ci.st»-r. «s hvfll :'«-''vry.nlIii>r mem- bT' of lh«» |\ss '»*i:i(|on. 'Mi'I'-avors (o print-only Inilbfiil. nas.slli'^ Advr- lisins and will .a .(>i>ri'ciate bavins its ailentlon rail'"! to .Hiiy ailvrtis'-inoiit not crnifnrmlni; to-the hlgh >.'.st .stanil- ar'Is of hon»'.sty. • . ; 8|I'"-'MI rntes for yurlv ^ilvrtlsiug. PHONE YOCR CLASSIFIED AD TO 18. i 'Careful attention .given to mall orders which muKt be cash with order. . CL.tSSIFIEd DISPLAY . An Ad Tak'T will fclndty ast;i.>«t you If ^esirnd." .so tliat the copy f<ir yonr ad l« prepared lu.'Much «-"ni»HDer «« to brbiR the gre.itf^t nwults f'lr you. .\nniiuiK'ementx. =uiitom<.>ltve. bn.sl- npss sTvlce. • fmploymfnt. fliMncliil. Ilvesl 'K -k. mrfchaniHsi-. real i-statr. $13.10: others niostly$12.75eL'l: 9.t-lb. <-iipp^rs ?t.l:. shoni yi*jir- liiigs. Jfl.tiOifi'lo; ' wooled-s'kinneil. $10.10. Auto Accessories. Tires. -Parta' If. ^VAXTED TO BUV-AU kinds of DODGE PARTS Tires and'battert-' cattle and hogs. .1. C. Butcher, ips. parts alt kinds. lola Wrecking Co. Phone 782. L REAL ESTATE FOR RENT P'ORD OILLNG SYSTEMS-Radiau' Apartments and Flats 71 tors, tai! lights. SOx:!:.^Jires. lol-^: P^'uxisHED-n room home, con_Auto Wreckins.._CO:_Phonc^ .82._»; lenient, modern, close in. Pho. 054. BUSINEiSS SERVICE Moving, Tmcking, Storage _ FURNISHEDAPART.ME.NTS—Mod- g^i ern home. Inquire. Ill W'«st -it: Broadway. '^£«^^.n.^''^™t;h^/^'.'^,™n^^ APARTMENT-2 room fr^;f u.ir?v^o,inn* OH ^on ^ • fumished. With bath, oh fi.St floOr. tract v^.th experienced men. , 411 S. Chestnut. Phone 1055. WHEN YOU MOVE—Or "tore yoaf I goods call Corr's Transfer. Offl.-;^ Ilonses For Bent 77 ".c.-'iof'.o I4e EMPLOYMENT ..- HOUSE — Seven rooms, modern, close-Jn. Phone. 70. Help IVanted—Female REAL ESTATE: rOR SA|iE Farms and Land For Sale WO.M:VN WA.NTED—For liousej^j '""^ i ^ work. Call at 503 .North Wasli^j; JJAIRY FARM—For rent, will haii- ingtfin .•Vveuiip. Help Wanted—Male A.WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY^ Wc operate ^ large fur ranch it. Wisconsin specializing in mu«k-> rats. We have an opening in oui; sales organization for men wb«i are; acquaicted with numerouij persons. To such men! we offep employment in a field that shpulU net. in commissions ten to twenty tjiousahd dollars per. year. Act- dress, Hud.son ."5eal Fur Co., 54 W'; Randolph St, Chicago, III. ^ • Sltnallo^B TTanted—Female 38 IIOUSRKRRPI.Nn-Iu baehelor or widower's honie, .would like full charge. Inqiiire 221 S. WelnoL q die ten cows. Inquire 615 Sotlth Buckeye Saturday- morning. ! WELL I.MPROVED 80 ACRES— And wc.'I established filling I station on main trail north and south. Price $6,600 for both. M. A. Schlick. 35 ACRE TRACT-7-New improvements half'Way between lola aiid- Humboldt on cement road. Lee Clark. lola. Kans.. R. 4. Honses For Sale BUILDLMG-Sultable for garage: also outside-^closet for sate, Ray Bell. EQUITY—In 3 room partly mod- crii house, excellent location. Phone 1206J or call 210 S. Elm.

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