Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 6, 1933 · Page 5
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lOLA. KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, MONDAY EVENIN^G. FEBRUARY (5, V. THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) New York, Feb. 6 (AP)—Bolstered by a good rise in wheat, and firm/ness; of General Motors shares in Tadvsnce of the dividend meeting. - the jstock maf-ket gave a better ac- cour^t of itself in the afternoon tiadjng, after appearing rattier fee- •ble- in the morning. The closing tone was'lsteadj', with several issues up fractions to a point. Sales approximated 700,000 shares. Wall street was inclined' to look for a regular dlvidenc^ from General Motijrs meeting, and best -rise in several & wheat had its slons, reflect- lage from the rest of the ing thrdat of crop da cold ;S -nap. While thi stocK market stiffene'd, the gold mining stocks ran Intjj active profit " taking, as many traders evidently felt that Jn their recdnt ri.s(r they . had amply discounted! preserit and prospective inflation ir| various parts of the word. High 2" . 20' Cities Scrv SO .ot Ind Amn'Can 58''.. Amn- T&T 99-. Amn Tob B .... •'>7''i Anacmidn fi"s Atchison ...... 43 Auburn '42 Ik'th-Sti'cl ..... 14'; Can Piie ...... . lO':. CliryHlcr 12'- Con eins S2 Coil 611., T)'; I)ru« Inc XV. iJuPoiu :in Oon Elcc K)'" 0(.-n Motor.s ... 12'i I. Inl irnrv 21'^ ' Packiu-d 2', Pcnmiy JO 2.'i Phillips Pctr ... .v. Radio: . ^4' H Scars Roe 18-. Socon.v Vhc fi'j Std Brands .... 14 : H SO ;of NJ 2,'i"s Union Pac 74 Tex.Corp 12 U 8 Steel 27 Westingh E .... 27', Low 2', 20 56'i 96'\ 5C'.', O'j 42'; 40 13 v; 10'; 11 ni'; f)', 34 34'; 12", 12 19-; 2' 24'^ ry\ 4 17-; 6'i 14 -N 25'4 72 ',r 12>, 26 2C Close 2v; 20'.i 57 98-; 57''; 43 S 42 14'; 10', 12 52 5'; '30'. 3(! 13\ 12'r 21 • 2 1 24's 5-'» 4' H 18', 6', 14-^, 25'; 74 12'-.. 26% 27's OH, YES! EMDNT AUNT KYPTLe TELL .VOU ? I NEAW.V Wv.'SSEO CHJT OF THE PKTTUPE!! THE DOCTOI? 9WD MY oPEraemoN WAS THE wopsT ONE: HE CVEP AUD Wftb THE PftTIEW THROUGH OF COURSE, NOW, VM NOT THE WOMAM I USED TO BE. MY tXJCTOP \NONTi IXT ME STAND ON MV FEET--NOT EVEN LONG ENOUGH TO WASH Mf; OPERATION! By Cowan THE LAST THING THE pOCTOt? TOLD ME .WAS THAT HE WOULDN'T BE PESPONSiBLE IF I tJlD ANY PEACHlNGjUWE MAKING BEDS AND SOCH^t FEEL SO HELPLESS, AT TIMES STATEMENT Of County Treasurer, as Shown by the books in the County Treasurer's office, at clo.sc of .business January 31. 1932. 10- LOCAL PROD|fCE Eggs, iHrsts 1 ....9c Eggs, seconds ....7c Eggs, ihirds ....5c Eggs, 'ungraded .... 8c Hen.s. ;No. 1 >. ... 8c Kens, JNo. 2 I..... ...6c No. 1 Springs, I'i lbs. up .. ... 6c ,No. -2 Springs ;. ...4c 'Capons, over 9 lbs ...11c CaponS,~ ovef 8 lbs. ...; ...9c Capons, over 7 lbs. ... i ... 7c Capon.*;, under 7 lbs. .. 1 ....6c Capons, under 6 Ib.s. ..! 5c Slips 5c Butterfat. lb. i. .. .14c Stags, lb ...4c Cocks .... 3c Geese, lb ... 3c Guineas, each I .10c White-:Ducks. lb. ... ...4c Colored Ducks, lb. [. ... 3c Hides.;'per lb ... ic MixediCoiTi, bii I .•...13c Yellow- Corn, bu I . .14c .Wheat, bu. • ; ...27c >Vf;r Corn , ..... ...13f K :ins.a"; City Produce Kan.'-'r.s Citv. Feb. 6. 1.A.P1— F.o.c'-, n'i. . • Buttor: Creamery. 20; bulicrfri' "7-12; oackiiit; b\itlor 9'':;. Pouiiiy: Hens 5-8: broilci.s IJ roor.tor.s 3-4: springs 10. Kansas City Hay. .Kansas City. Feb. (i.' 1 APi—IMy. ?(, cai-^. Alfalfa: No. 1. extra leafy. S12-.50: No. 2. :$ll-j50: No. 1. .$D.,'".0-i0..iO: No 2, lealv. $8.50-9.50. Prairie: No. 1, $7.50; iNo. 2. $5.007.50. • Tlm6tliy; No. 1. .$7-.50; No. 2. $5..')0 and $6.50. , "Kan.sa.'i City Grain. Kan.ias City. Fob. 6, t:AP)—Wheat 125 cavs; up '1 to 1; No! 2 dark hard nom 41--,-5l'::: No. 3 43 'V; No. 2 hard 41-n-45: No. 3 42-43'-.;: No. 2 red 43r No. 3 44'-.-. Close: May 4r.'; July 42^-;: Sept. 43'i. , Corn", 25 cars; up '-,: No. 2 white 21-2ia',; No, 3. nom 20-;-21':..; No. 2 yellow, nom 21'L'-22;' No. 3. noin 20'',-2l'i: No. 2 mixet^, nom 21'^21 -''4: No. 3. nom 20'L-21. Clo.sc: May 2?-,: July 24';. i Oat.'j, 3 cars; unchanged: No. 2 white," nom 17-18: No. 3 17. Milo maize, nom 47-50. Kaftr. 42. Rypj nom 34-35. Barl/>y, nom 21-23'i. 'K. C. Livestock Close. Kansas City. Feb. 6. (AP>—Cattle: two loads 1091 lb. fed steers 6.25. Sheep: lambs generally 25 higher; top tofshippers 5.60: others to packers mbstly 5.40-50; top yearlings 4.75; best ewes 2.75: lambs, good and choicej 90-98 lbs., 4.85-5160. Hogs: unchanged. Estimated livestock i-eceipts for i tomorrow: Cattle 5.000; hogs 4 .000: j s'leep .8,000. I Kansas City Livestock. -Kansas City. Feb. 6. 'APi —fU. S. Dept. JAgr.)—Hogs: 4.00O; 700 direct; active and uneven. 10-20 higher than Friday's, average; top $3.25 on rhcicei 170-210 lbs.; good and cl.oice. 140-35:0,lbs.. S2.80-3.25: packing SOWJ 275-550 .lbs.. S2.00-50; stock i^igs. Qood arid choice. 70-130 lbs., $2.25- Cattle: 11.000; calves: 1.100; killing classes openmg .steady to 25 .higher: stockors and feeders steady; choicfT 1305 lb. steers $5 55; yearling.') held higher; steers, good and choice. 5,50^1500 lbs.. S4..0O-6.75; common nnri medium. 550 lbs. up. .'53.00-4.75; heifers. ,good and choice. 550-900 ntS: $4.00-5.75- cows. giod. S2.25-50: veflei-s, (milkffd) mcdijiim to choice -$3.00-0.50; stockcr and jfeeder .steers, onod find choice. $4.oq-5.75. • Sheep; 9.000; market not estab- lisiicd; few sales lamt^S . around 15 j liighei-; odd lots sheep about steady; best fed wooled lambs held above .$5.50; • lambs, good ,and choice iXi yo lb.s'. down. S5.00-60; good and choice. iXi 90-98 lbs.. $4.85-5.50: ewes.-good and clioicd. 90-1,50 lbs.. $1..5'^i-2.75. , , 'X'—Quotations based oh ewe.s f p.nrt \fethen:. Oklahoma City—For the first time in 13 .-years. Oklahoma county com- nil.ssi6ners have approved a cattle brand. O. H. Taylor may brand the letter "T" on the left cheek: of his cows. • •> School Dlst. 1—General State <t Co. B. H. S 2-—General 3—Geneful State Co. . 4—General 5-General Stale <fe Co. (i~Geneval 7--Oeneial ,.. , Slate it Co. , 8—General Stale iS: Co. , 9—General Slate •& Co. , General State & Co. . B. H. S . Bond, Jr. College .. 11—General State & Co. . 12—General 13—General . State '& Co. . 14—General State & Co. . 15—General State & Co. . 16—General B. H. S Bond 17—General State & Co. . 19—General 20—General State & Co. . 21—General 22—General State & Co. . 23—General ..... State & Cp. . 24—General ..... State & Co. . 25—General State & Co. . 26—General 27—General State & Co. . 28—General . State & Co. . 29—General 30—General . StatQ & Co. 3!—General Stale & Co. . 32—General State <t Co. . Bond 33—General 34—General State <fe Co. . 35—Genernl State A: 36—Genci'a! State & 37—Geneial .... SlateCo. 38—General State & Co. 39—General State & Co. .40—General .... 41—General 42—General State & Co. Jt. 43—General .' State & Co. 44—General State & Co. 45—General' 46—General State & Co. 47—General State & Co. B. H. S Bond ....... 48—Goiieral State & Co. Bond 49—General State & Co. 50—General State & Co. 51—General State & Co. Sinking 52—General State & Co. 53—General Slate & Co. 54—General State & Co. 5,5—General .... State & Co. 56—General State & Co. 57—General State & Co. 58—General B. H. S Bond 59—General .... Slate & CO—General Slate & B. H. S Bond 61—General State & Co. 62—General 63—General State ,& Co. 64—General State; & Co. 65—General State: & Co. 66—General State & Co. 67—General Slate & Co. 68—General State & 69—General B. H. S. 70—General State & B. H. S. .... 71—General .... State & Co. 72—General .... State cfe Co. 73—General. L ... State & Co. 74—General State" & Co. Dr. Co. Co'. Co. Co. . .S78.n Cr. 647.71 162.74 2.778.04 357 .98 403.59 34.80 527 ,02 715.08 19 .74 281.66 723.28 26.64 949,59 88.20 1.890.02 232.48 7.465.77 975.72 8.032.80 2,584.69 4,596.66 263.41 50.03 333.03 477.68 34.17 248.27 72.35 508.60 40.90 9,925.76 4.274.27 8,274.41 2.040.54 30.73 361.14 684.05 15.04 304.10 213.37 51.81 8'74.50 26.17 1,083.20 72.21 345.89 37.28 215.45 543.97 51.67 380.93 14.57 286.95 384.47 52.07 359.16 93.65 266.76 43.98 199.72 494.05 919.18 20.33 570.76 20.47 701.11 62.07 6I3.47 32,88 519.89 •75.11 789.77 46.46 323.37 1,145.97 715.62 28.87 372.78 63.96 217.23 5.17 282.84 ,539.83 172.80 5,434.14 50.76 3.977.23 990.39 402.70 41.53 469.19 , 560.58 82.27 418.29 = 11.75 460.00 78.49 1.147.92 1,497.87 185.89 413.42 112 .43 821.86 59.47 760.11 29.68 421.64 28.28 620.99 27 .04 2,761.45 2,680.13 651\80 397.21 14.10 2,009.02 69.24 1.873.08 75—General '.: .,, 287.19 State & Co. ..; 50.16 76—General 471.89 State & Co. 55.68 77—General 703.36 State & Co. 20.70 78—General : 147.80 State & Co. 15.53 Jt. 79—General ,. 123.85 80—Oenernl 1,913.44 State & Co, '.,.' 28,75 R. H. S. No. 1 283.72 Lennnn Cemetery 54.63 Jt. 1—General 47.28 Jt. 2—General 2.34 Jt. 7—Genernl v 65.75 Jt. 21-aonernr 9.71 Jt. 76—General 27.40 Jt. 08—General 15.24 Tola City—General 342.58 S. & A .21.51 Int. Paving .84 Library 506.45 Park 84.41 Band 202.58 Cemetery 422.04 Fire 844.08 Serial Bond 387.33 844.08 Memorial Hall 590.86 Garb., Trash & Dlsp. .. 303.87 Sewer .' 13.20 Paving J 881.08 Sewer Main 675.26 St. Light .: •709.03 Poll Tax . 27.00 Sewage Disposal Bond.. 532.25 Water Hydrant '... 151.94 Co. Co. Humboldt City- Gen 665.06 S. & A Park Fire • Cemetery ; — Band Water Hydi-ant St. Light Bond Sewer Poll Ta.x Sewer Main Paving Int. Paving Int.. Sewer Sidewalk Savonburg City—Gen. S. & A E. Light I Cemetery Moran City—Gen. Bond Band Spec. Int. Paving LaHarpe—Cicn S. & A Pirc Cemetery Water Works St. Lt Bond Gas City—Gen. . — S. & A. P. A Cemetery Bonds Fire Mildred--Gen S. & A ' St. Lt. •. Bassett—Gen .i S; & A. Park Elsmore City-^Gen S. & A. Cemetery 1 Bond Geneva Twp.—Gen Road F. A Cemetery Carlyle Twp.— Gen 328.95 Road F. A Deer Creek Twp,—Gen. ... Road P. A I 'Osage Tv^-p.—U3en Road F. A. Cemetery Marmaton Twp.—Gen. Road ...... F. A Cemetery Tola rrwp.— Gen. ...271.12 Road — F. A. Elm Twp.—Gen Road F. A; Elsmore Twp.—Gen Road P. A Poll Tax ; Cemetery Humboldt Twp. —Gen Road —.... — Poll Tax F. A. Cemetery Logan Twp.—Gen. ... : Road • P. A 601.57 Cemetery ,.. 32.16 Salem Twp.—Gen. • 87.51! Road ;.. 509.13 . P. A 31.21 Cemetery 314.71 Cottage Grove Twp.—Gen... 48.04 Road 390.87 F. A 8.46 Co. & Twp. Road— 753.35 Elm Twp. 55.13 Cottage Grove Twp. ... 501.65 Carlyle Twp 79.92 Geneva Twp 653.74 Osage Twp ' 83,06 Marmaton Twp.- 3.232.92 Co. & Twp.'s Road Fund— 2.264.45 . Elsmore Twp 1.434.94 Humboldt Twp. ........ 795.64 Logan Twp 3.398.33 Salem Twp 346.77 State •. 11.75 Bonas 344.05 Legacies 27.98 Motor Bus 424.96 State Highway 37.64 State & Co. Road 465.37. Fishing & Hunting 28.44 I Fiscal Agency 27,694.19 1,442.36 288.22 526.31 424.26 717.40 710.25 1,152.87 3.245.37 431.43 51.00 697.49 1.534.73 .44 .30 9.17 191.95 121.18 177.52 -56.56 366.14 884.45 6151 498.90 .08 277.53 465.35 38.78 77.56 193.90 155.12 387.79 149.75 74.74 107.79 24.91 703.67 24.91 244.84 94.10 94.10 929.78 721.01 47.53 218.74 142.33 8.20 602.05 130.57 487.63 455.61 128.65 1.658.04 461.78 92.50 401.44 675.58 51.82 884.95 636.25 42.45 74.93 318.34 1,611.13 384.97 2.969.99 1,322.73 1.446.73 2,034.04 1.797.54 510.26 1,144,51 1,466,71 6,00 74.76 1,865.70 4,481.97 48.00 427.38 553.98 286.93 1,811.28 586.52 24.28 223=70 627.07 1,899.17 70.13 135.22 1.291.06 520.80, 1,057.63 1,541.59 1.125.00' 1,003.30 788.49 2,093.85 1.484.79 1.816.75 436.02 970.38 8.925.68 5,527.00 1,818.25 643^74 30.43 3.03 483.00 Mrs, Morten SHermati Recivering Rapidly at home After Operation at St. John's Hospital. LAHARPE, Feb.' 6.—Heni7 EnS- minger who hai been seriously, ill tor sometime was worse Sunday., The LaHnrpe girls"ba.slcetball team defeated the Mildred tfca'pi at Mildred Friday evening 34 to 15. The LaHarpe boys lost 45 to 10, Mr."!, Dora Newman returned the Inst of the week from Xenla where fihe hn.s been visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Jarofor several days. Mi's! Alice Rase. Wichita, and Ml-.'!. Rutherford, Wellington, Kas„ visited over the week-end with Mrs. Ruse's brother, O. D. Hartley and Mrs. Hartley on their way to their hohie after visiting several days in Kansas City. Mr. Lust, who is employed in Chanute, spent the week-end at his home northeast of town. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Johnson, lola, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Knepp and Alvin drove to Springfield, Mo., Saturday to spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orin 'Johnson, who have been spending the week in Springfield, accompar nied them home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Duzan, Moran. visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ace Duzan and attended to' business. ' Mrs. Morten Sherman, who returned la.st week from the St. John's hospital following a major opera- Uon, jis recovering rapidly. Miss Louise "Thornton. Gas City, was a dinner guest Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Becannon. Leo Morrison, Kansas City, was a business vLsitor in town the last of the- week. Mrs. Belle Lee Davis. MLss Lotta Yoweli, Mi.ss Esther Hammer, Miss Genevieve Newton, Supt. J. H. Cul- bert.son. Miss lone Smith, Miss Lucile Johnson, Miss Edna Gish. Miss jiAgnos Wilson. Miss Gladys Steveri- ' son. Miss Edna Denton, Miss Leona HORITZOSTAI. 1 Alacrity: - 6N'ol iriati)'.'' • 9 Manutoctiires. 1-1 Piiliil't litocff. 15 Cbnkelliitron. ICdiipibsed to dearf. 1" Bal^noe. IS Mght Wo'wh, ISThlh metal plnte. To carry one's .Moir saucily. 21 Prodignllty. 2^ To fracture. 2-) Annoys. 26 Tidier. 30 Re.sembllng eplcvpoctr>'. :M To cflmp. 35 Nuptial ceremony. 36 Drooping. .".S Rieqiilred. 40 Distinct. 43 Sailors. 47 Peftalnlng rf'fldt. - 'r r 'ititmMe-tO; Previous Piiztlo •31 FORD COUPE '31 PLYMOUTH COACH f DE SO-rO COACH j ESSEX SEDAN Our used cars today have more j I value for the price than we have 'ever offered before. STATEMENT State & Co. School Co. B. H. S Co. Gen Co. Road ; Co. Road Bond... 1,689.74 Co. B. & C Kumbt. Neosho Riv?r Bdge Co. Pbor 12.042.48 Co. Crippled Children Co. Pair Co. Farm Bureau Co. <S; Twp. Road Co. M. V. Tax Noiirial Institute Per.sdnal Redemption ;. Redpt. & A.ssiiTn .... Rcdpt. & As.s!gn.- Int. ..... Tax Sale : 104:545.53 Tax Refund ...58.65 1931 "I'ax 1932 "Tax Auto Account Sixscial Roads—Proj. 127D.. IC & No Keri 0-4-K-595 73 W-12 K 721 A Humboldt-Petrolia Proj. 54-36-367-A LaHarpc-Mildred 38.58 Humboldt-Savonburg" .. State Belief it Dist. Refund.. Cash 222.013.39 659.16 3,673.20 14,336.45 2,237.92 18,960.53 . 1,930.58 1,461.66 824.09 1,565.74 33,614.88 83.05 190.99 125.40 17.386.11 4.697.77 722.51 27.811.20 2.472.13 3,130.96 858.16 2.687.32 3,209.00 .56 ;7.50 7.284.00 1,667.72 to 48 One of two e<tuai parts', ."il To combine. 53 To make a type of lai'e. 54 Fine line of a letter. 55 Stream. 56 "rb piece out. 57 Oily keytone. 58 Fragrant oleoresln, 59 Sbarlet. fiO-MiEht. • - VERTICAL 1 To chance. 2 Herb; 3 Bustle 4 Stint. 5 Before C Deadly,. 7 Rnbbe end. 8 Dearth 9 Chart. 10 Axilla 111 Sky toy. 12 To lev 15 $369,813.13 $369,813.13 Given under my hand this 4th day of February, 1933. MELVIN FRONK, . County Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of February, 1933. B. M. GREGORY. [Seal! Dep. County Clerk. Stone, kenneth Pettit, and Miss Mildred! Tredway attended a teachers meeting In lola Saturday, Mrs. ^mma Owens and grandson, Clyde Owens and Miss Martha Bulk, Humboldt, spent the week-end In Topeka I with Mrs. 0«ens'.s sister, Mrs. Will Barbee and Mr. Barbee. Charles Oldord and .Miss Emily Ashely, j Blue Mound, were in La­ Harpe on business Saturday and visited friends. i Mr. ahd Mrs. "Charles Somervllle have purchased the Harry Stansbury property. Somerville's are moving thli week from their former home in the Ben Pennington property, j Mr. And Mrs. W. S. Ford are 111 at theirj home and unable to be at their cafe. Bud jSellman, student at Independence junior college, spent the week-end at the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Turner and Omer. Mr. sjnd Mrs. Allan Ensmrngcf, Mr. andj Mrs. J. B. Knepp, lola, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed McVey were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home cff Mr. and Mrs, Charles Stewart: Miss tJvon Stephens was an all night gnest Friday of Miss Doris Clark. ; The small daughter of Mr. and AWin Mrs. the Jast caiel of Mi-s, G last -of tl- she has with Mr. and Mrs, Mr. of Ipla, were in ited frieii ed his to the Mr. Wichita, with TJlri. Mrs. JacM visited morning. E. B. from a City, Mo nied Mr. where hd Mr. Gamett, Saturday! his gray iS. y. 13 Silk (fabric. 21 Woolen fabric. 22 Everlasting. 24 ReKouroos. 25 Playi (Mlung). 27 Small sliieUl. 28 Work of gcnlUK, 29 Beverage popular In Engtani). 31 small fikii. 32 Low, vulvar fellow. 33 Beer: 3(i Essential . character. 37 To I recapture. 3!) To disagree. 41 SuffraRlRt. 42 Valued. 44 Source of Indigo, 45 To HiJlIf. pencil 46 Stalk. 4S'V'alIant man. 49 In line. 50 Mark. 52 Silkworm. 54 To drink slbwl5r. - ROSS ARBUCKLE GARAGE CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Sales—Service—Parts BUSINESS SERVICE Biisiness Service Offered , improving urned the Barnes was 3f the week from a severe pneumonia. A. Walker re] e week from Otijawa where ^en visiting for sometime and Mrs. Orvllle Bicking Anna Bodley. ! an^ Mrs. William Hicks,, north md Mr. and Mrs. Wingler »wn on business and vis- ids Friday. Mr. picks trad- p]t)perty on North Harrison 'wingler farm near Carlyle.. ahd Mrs. William Sallec. who spent the| week-end Bailee 's parents, Mr, and Litteer, southealst of town, fij-iends in LaHarjie Sunday Hiitchlnson has| returned jusiness trip to Golden Mote Robinson accompa- Hutchlnson to Lkmar, Mo., visited with his sister, aind . Mrs. L. A.; Simmons, were In town on business afternoon. : CjtiCinriatiT-Charles Tmner drove mare to the general store at Sliaroivllle arid left lier hitched biitside. When he returned horse and Buggy were gone. He drove all around in a taxi looking for her. He didn't find her. The taxi bill was $4. OUT OUR WAY T\-AHRH ME. IS / R»G.MT INJ \/ ALL RtG»-\r,THeM ~X FROMT OF VOO— MAKIMCT FUM OF Ti4e. PeoPv-E. wjvAO CA\-\_ ME UP~AMO .VOO / LtT HIM CntT AWAV ^ \VAj»-rv-A IT. -T«»t.O TO LET VOO VfNiOVs/,»M A QOVH.T, Ge .VAT \.e .MAKlV _W WA*-/, \Mv -\0 <T V9> CAUUM' MOU , BOT SOU DOMT SEEM •To APPRECIATE A FAvJof^, SO T 'uL COME. RIGHT [ OUT vg\T>4 \T,H £«EAFTfeR!y ATS Tm' Gov NAjiTH T^' POP. E-VE-S AM" PuCr Most.. By Williams Smithsonian Institution, James Smithson. a noted English chemLst, died in 1829. having bequeathed £105,000 to the United States to "found at Washington an establishment for the increase and diffu.slon of knowledge among men." The Institution was e.stabll.shod in 1846. Smith.son had never been In Amei-ica in his lifetime, but In 1904 his body was brought from Genoa. Italy, where he died, and buried on the grounds- of the Institution at Washington, I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS | I. (From the Office of The lola j: ! Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) | « ^ WANTED—Wood to saw Willi portable saw; trade wood for sawJng. ; Phone 737. ; EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted—>Iale AMBITIOOS.. reliable man wanted to take orders ond deliver Watklns i Products in lola. Customers ;es- tabliished. good pay every ilay from start. Experience unne>-es- .sury, complete training gl.veii. W>ilc immediately THE J.. R.­ WAT K1N S COMPANY. Drffi. Winona. Minn. - DRIVER with coach or sedan lor j_ delivery ._Cut_Rate_Clcaners._ 16 Situations Wanted—Male EXPERIENCED FARM HAND i wants Job with room and board, I .small wages. Prank Carter. 505 South Washington. LIVE STOCK 21 Horses, Cattle, Vehicles February>4. 1933, Lester TJewman and MoUie Newman', his wife to George H. Varner. all of lot 8, in block 4. in Sunnyside Addition to Mildred, $200.00. William Fehling. a single man and Carl Fehling, a single man to Charles Mahlandt; Martha Lentz and iClatilda Lentz. SW. 'i of 2525-18, $1.00. C. G. Krokstrom and Lois Krokstrom. his .wife, to Margaret Swarf- son, all of the SW. of 33-25-20. $1.00. W. E. Scheer and Geraidine Scheer, his wife to C. W. Hume, lots 3 and 4, block 2, in W"akefield's First Addition to the Cilv of Humboldt,'$1.00. W. E. Scheer and Geraidine Scheer, his wife to C. W..Hume, lots 5 and 6, block 2, Wakefield's First Addition to the City of Humboldt. $1.00. BRED GILTS and young male hog. H. W. Chancy. ^ - FOR SALE—One (5-year-old mule, broke. J. L. Black. South Kentucky street road 6'-i miles. 2 TEAMS BAY MARES, 6 years bid, weigh 2600; team black horse;;, 6 years old, weigh 2900; gray horse, 7 years old, .weigh 1550; bay mare, 6 i years old, weigh 1200; team black horses, 7 years old, weigh 2500; 8 other marcs, and horses; 3 ; sets harness; 2 wagons; all kinds farming machinerj'; 2 bulls;; 20 fresh cows, giving 4 to 6 gallons ; per day; 10 cows freshen from 2 days to 2 weeks. Will sell on time. : j. "c. Butcher. 22 Poultry and Supplies BABY CHICKS—All leading breeds: Custom Hatching, I'l-c per egg. • Taylor's Hatchery, 201 South Jefferson, lola. Maple Hill—Relatives of Horace G. Adams, 71, prominent Kansas c.ittleman, yesterday received word of l)is death at Los Angeles. A heart ailment following jmeumonia was reported to have caused his death. Sun'ivors include his v.udow, with whom ho left here ten days afcio foi a motor trip to California;, three sons. a.ssociated with him in the operation of the Adams Cattle company here, and ranches near Silvc:' Lake and Plains. Kas.; and four daughters. The Adams XI ranch in Meade county comprises about 80.000 acres. CLASSIFIED RATES .(Effective Jan. 1,1933.1 For one insertion. I'.iic per word. For three or more in.sertions, Ic per word per insertion. Minimum, 25c per order, cash in advance. For special low rates by the month, call this office. . BABY (JHICKS 100 ':'r from flocks blood tested and certified by Judge Hiirriji. poultry expert. Ask about our 90',o guarantee on Cu.stoui Hatching. ; All heavy bi-eeds 5'-..c; A.ss't Heavies :.. 5c ; Custom Hatching lU-c or $5 case WILLSON FARM HATCHERlfeS (Formerly Cantrell) ; 2 miles, south on 73W or L. E. Steele Supply Co. ;. "Talk Chicks with Willson"' SUNFLOWER CHICKS — Hatches weekly. See us before you get chicks or hatching, SuniloT.c:* _ Hatchery, Bronspn, ~ MERCHANDISE 27 Feed, Fuel, Fertilizers ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions COMMUNITY SALE—Evcit Wednesday at J. C.^utcher's Sale Barn. Col. SinocR* Auctioneer. Strayed, Lost, Found LOST—Brown kid glove, lined, 8'i-, Saturday evening, right hand, near Kresses. Phone 1187J. STRAYED OR STOLEN—Black and white Lewellyn Setter bird dog. If stolen will pay $50.00 reward for information leading to arrest and conviction! of guilty party or parties. Chaij. Green, Yates Center, Kas.; Route 1. ' AUTOMOTIVE WOOD—Green or dry, $1.50 :per rank, delivered. Brownie's. Phpne 88, , > . Household Goods BARGAINS—New and used furniture, stoves, radios, washing machines, etc. Curtis Furniture,' 10 North Wa.shington. FELT BASE RUGS, 9x12, $4.25 Up: 50-lb. all cotton mattres.ses, $3.50. W. H. Wood Fine Furniture, -202 South Jefferson. Phono 1!)0. USED STOVES and Furnitui-e. Store packed. Hennlnger's Furn. Stpre. 30 Musical. Radio SEVERAL good used radios. Terms. Henninger's Furniture Store. " 31 Seed^, Plants,'Flowers 5 Automobiles For Sale I SEEDS—We have received our tew spring shipment of Blue Grass, Red Top. Orchard Grass, Les'pe- deza, and Clover Seeds, priced at; new low prices. Allen County Im- plemcnt Co. ROOfis FOR RENT SALES ^^^Se 3,-^^^ Plymouth Dependable Used (bars and Trucks ELLIS MOTOR CO. ' Phonrf 301 Cash—Trade—Iterms •26 DODGE 4-door sedan; '27 Chevrolet coach: used parts. lola Auto Wrecking. Phone 782. PONTIAC-BUICK Sales and Service Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR CO. " 214 N. Jefferson Phone 80 THE CHEVROLET DEALER HAS THE BEST USED CAR VALUES IN TOWN 1929 'i ton Chev. Truck 1929 Cliev. Panel Delivery 1927 Chrysler Sedan 1927 Chrysler Road.ster 1929 Dodge Sedan 1929 Essex Coupe 1930 Ford Sedan 1931 Ford Truck, long wheelbase 1930 Ford Coupe . 1928 Hupi8 Coupe 1929 VS^ippet Coach Plenty of Other Bargains BUD WHITE MOTOR 00. 34 Apartments and Flats FURNISHED APARTMENTS, board and room; 5-room modern cottage, garage. Call at 320 South Walnut. FOR RENT—5-room apartment or office rooms, 108'i W, Jack.<;on. Clyde Thompson, at lola Abstract •Company. j Real Estate For Rent 36 Farms and Land For Rent 44 ACRES—Also field of bottom land; some improvements on each. C. L, Arnold; 520 N. Walnut, lola. 80 ACRES—Impl-oved, on hard .surfaced road. 315 West MadLson. .Mrs. J. P. tCnock. 37 Honscfl For Bent FOR RENT— Houses, good location. See G. E, Pees. SUBURBAN HOME-On Highway 54; 7-room modem house, city water and electricity; free ga^ and other considerations. Possession March. 1. lola phone 74,. or La- Harpe phone 22, N. C.Kerr. : Real Estate For Sale 40 Farms and Land For Sale 20 ACRES— Well improved, 1 ^ile • east, V4 mile south lola; city Wa• ter, electricity.

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