Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 31, 1927 · Page 5
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"i^m TOT.A PATLY REGTSJRR. SATURDIW ETP^ENlS-C:: DECEMBER ".1. 1927. ," SyNDAY, JAN. f • ll /if The Protnimi (• djcated. Wav«l inkocinthil '(•rcxnX Central Standard time. 1. unle»s otherwite (ji- l»nrtlts on \ttt ot call 7 :15—Ftisi Pr«»b.vier(an Cliutfli S:U—AtK-ater I\Viil ll<jur, 2«|.»—WCdA Pemacola—1200 i 'tTeiTtJ klkjrycles on rieliU 272;^WPG Atlantic City— 1100 SlO-T^CoDwrt Orchestra»:09— Sunday Eveniiie Muslrale 2ie.V-WSAt. Saltlmort—lOU. «;Oii—Twlliifbt Trio CanUU "Btthlehcm" S;U-Vrctor Hfivr ... ) $e(C2-rV/EEI Botton-SM ll:ys-^Cb(ic<rt Orchestra • »:1S—Atw<|ter Kent Hour • >:33— ]joc|i«y iBroa 'lcaBi 4f14 ^WNAC Boxton—CSO •• 1:0')—K/rerves^eiit Hour ll.30-9»me aa - WOK !;:0n—Intimate Hour «».«-WcH Buffalo—•» - 5:39—St*l8on i'arade ' 6:30—Central t'rcsl-yteiian Church t;:lS—Atwatcr Kent lioiir $4 ».1-Wli«AK Buffalo—(M 1:00— Eftervesfent Hour H|0—America 1 SlngeM K.M—Columt>lf Intlmato Hour 93b.4—WTIC Hartford—880 «SSPM • TiMler Fafiiiry ' 4 ?».S— V\ opi Newark-710 2;J0—Don Vol heea Band dlifi—llOldoy Mudcule i .i ^hltnoj «:6d—EJWfvM rent Hour )l:i6—Ajtltrlca 1 Slnx4ra «:(Or-l>Rlni«te Bour l.f—VVEAF N«w York- 610 i-.M—tpunt I'eotfle'a Conferenca ;:PP—^ti's C onTerence 4 :efl-;-(f erbcrt Borodkln; .Samuel f ' * 3o»pe »:t6—Baritone: SlrinR Trio }:U—fUtEon Parade i>:n<r^n>lto| Theater Family ^ {:itr-'APVater Kent Ilour ' y:}S-g?»i|loai Drama - '.4HV^^'2^ N«W York—«60 |:I0—Cburch Jof the Air ?: 5-^Aronlro iHour ir^ollier Howr 5—yi< raveloeuea ^Ittor Hnur ,^:tf—uon Amaizo •0 ^.«-T-J|«:Fr-W|HT Philadelphia—740 . ti:t(l-i-Cl>lU'ch Strvice* J:JS—Atfeater Kent Hour 9:Js-j-.BlbIical !Drama ^miHvyod Philadelphia—S60 5:00—Qrwn Recital , 6 :j |0—H*tn3ny| Presbyterian Cbnroli . 31tCs—kOKA Plttiburgh-950 7;ii>-i-^oIIIer ijour VH>h<nt Alelodies Concert • 9:16—Don Arnaizo 483./:^WJAR Provldence?-«20 ^•.30—.<ftet»on Parade *>:2fl—Caniiol Thealer Family si:I&—drchestrji 377.6—VVHAM Rochester—1080 4:::ii—.N'Htlon.nl Radio Vespers .'.:20—Flre.-slde Forum TiOO— Hour of Polos —Jubilee Sinsers 37SU5—WCV Schentctady—790 • n:SO—Stetson Parade . 6:30—C»pitol Theater Program' ~ .S;15—.\t«ater Kent Hour -»:)5-fBiblloRl lirama ' 333.1—WBJr Spfingfield—900 ' 7:15—Ojtlier l|oiir S:1S—New Vears Program 4:06—Sluslcfll IProBi-am 356.«—CKICL Toronto—840 i:00—Organ K |5Cltal 4<8.&—WRC Washinaton-e40 t 30—.''(ctKon* i'arade «::(>—CtPitol •tli*tiier Family 11:15.—Atwaif-r[Kent Hour 51«.t—W1;A0 Wor^ster-5S0 3:00—Alen's C!(}nferenc«# 8:80—Stetson ^ Parade jr:20—i:^plt«l-Tb*ttl«r.FatiilIy . •-' sduTHEBN 296.9—WVVNC A«h.evlllc- i:iO 3 Oa—.Siirr.'d .Mujili'• • ti.30—(."liui -h :j!er.vlfe 476.9—W5B Atl.int.< 1:0 5.00—Vespers STvi''-« t;:l'0—Tliealer Faiiiil.* s:15—Concert ;.245.»^WDOD Chattirto<.o>i- U3J ;.B':( I ("—Sacred Com-i-it 7:00—Chiirch Servl.-y S84.4—KTHJS Hot SpriiiB»- ?23 • »:00—Popular Keti:.iiia t :30—Song: Relc!i:i: S:0(i—Concert j 336.9—WJAX Jackjor.vii:e-t;; -5:30—runner .>{U IM. 7 :00 —Cbnrcb Si-rki.fa / i):00-Organ P.t- ii:a 322.4—WHJAS Louisville—S: 4:30—Choral Kvensons «>:2Q—Theater i-"amily S:15—Orchesiiii 616.9—Wli'C Memphis—580 4:30—Crosley W(.scow i)r.-hcsii . (i:;0—Capitol Tlif-iiter F.iniil.v S:IS—Al\vat (>r ]Keiu Hour 33£.9—WSM Nashville—890 €:20—Capllol •;rhr:it»i l-aiiilly CEK-rRAI. S26—KYW ChlCM»—^ 6:13—Piano Concert 7:li—Hodga Podge b:li—Twenty; Minutes Good RsSi^lxK S;15—Don Amaizo 3£SJ»-WE'BH^WJJ0 eMMCO-«20 6:00—OrgaD Recital ' «:3n-l3]Dn«r Musical* 1i:uu—Sludio Program ^ 416.4—\yON-WUIB CIll^Q*—720 <:5il—Concert Sluslc T:2(»—Correll and Cusdea , !l:l:.—Musical U"ur »:li—"Our iiualc KooBl"^ ' 344.6-WLS Chicago-^ C.uO—l.iiile Brown Cbiircli 7:33—Musical Program; 447"5-WMAQ-WQJ Cbl»«B0-«7« 7:00— Sunday Kveuiiig Clitb 9:l:-:£ain« as WOlt 10:S0—0*L,uxe Ureamera ; . 428.3—WLW Cincinnati— 700 6:11—First Presbyterian Chiirch 7:11—Collier HioMr . . i . i:U—Crosley Bajdbox * 361.2—WSAi Clnclniiati-Uar t:30-St«t80it Parade / 3:U—Atwtit«r Kent ilour i S:lS-Blbircai Drama : 390.f—liVTAM ClevalMlAr^ 4:30—Crosley Moscow (yr&HUa> 7:00—Christian Science Seryicia 8:1£—Atwater Kent Hoar ' 282.«—WAIU Columbus—1060 8:U0—Bffervc.icent llotir !i:n6—American .Singles !«:30.i-Colnmbia Jniimata Hou^ 545.1-WFAA DaUa »-aSd SOO-Blble Ciars • ' S:I5—Axwater Kent Honr, 11:00—D^nce Music 374JB—woe Davenpfrt—aoe • 7:00—Kdwards Congregulooal Church S:I5—Atwater Kent Hour ' i<;i;—Biblical Diamu 535.4—WHO Oes Moiliaa—660 ;4::{ii—CroMlev 3Ioscov oitfhestra 6:-.'U—(.:apltol Theater Fan&ly 8:13—Atwnter Kent Hour «<:ii-Biblicai DrSma 440.8—WCX.WJR O*tr*lt-7680 5:0«-Twillght Hour i )>:•>«—Dinner MUHIC «i:30—Cfniral .M. K. Churdi 7:Ii—Collier Hour > :':')i>—First Baptist Chorch 3S2.7—WWJ Detr«it-l -a80 r ;:o— Ciipitoi Theater Family b;i3—Atw.iier Kent Hour 499.7—WBAP Fort Werth—COO S:U()—Sacred Concert S:«0—Vtiiper Services S:lj—Dance Music 3T0.2-^WDAF Kansas City—810 4:30—Moscow Qrclii&tra 7:1.)—ilodee PuUgc K;I5—Concert 293.9—WTfMJ (Milwaukee—102S 6:li—.\rapir.o ffour . —lion Aitiaizo ' 405.2.WCCO Minneapolis-St. Paul—740 &;3a—.Second .Ciiurcb Christ. Scieutist 7:13—Collier 'Hour &:lj—.Athater Kt-nt Hour 508.2—WOW Omaha— 890 fi:IO—Theater Family . | S:lo—.\twater Kent Hour :):);—l'lal> Hour 499.7—WOAl San Antanla -««0 7:3iJ—Travis Pari; M. K. Church 54S.1—KSD St. Lolila—Alt C:l'0—Capitol Th<iater Family ::nO-i-oOlerHoiir ' i «:IJ—.Atwute.r Kent Hour 348.6—KVOO Tulsa- 5:00—Old Fanhlohed Goapal I 5,30—Chi»rui» Choir • ' •7;iin_pliino flecltal Si:li—.Vt»aler Kent Hour 344.8—WCBO ZIon—870 !i:'iO—Qnojrtet.i: Celestial Bella I WESTERN J25.«—KOA D*nver -a20' no—Organ Uecltal :<;—First ISaptlat Church 468.fr-KF!l Loa Angtlss—640 :riO— Aeolian Recital :00—.\BC Program :00—Bill Funks Orchestra 416.4—KHJt Loa Angalea—7ao :0n-Fir8t M. E. Church :«••-Conceit Oicliesira 336.9—KNX Los Ang^les^M :00— First Presbyterian- Church :«0—(Concert Orchestra, 384.4—KGO OMtnO^TtO ..:p—Standard Symphoiiy Hour :25-Klr\t Presbyterian Chtjrch 454.3—KFRC San Franclaoe—660 :^fl—Concert Otyshestraa ::!•!-l>anca Muslo 422.3—KPO San Francisco—710 :30—Sympljony Orchestra ::iu—Organ Uecital ;30—Concert Orchestra • 370.2—K HQ Spokane—810 :3a—standard Symphony Hour :30—Clwrch of the Truth . STOCK MARKET Pinal Session of the Year Finds Trade All Holding Up .W\v York. Doc. 31. (API—Specii- - In tons for.thij advance retained loiitrnl ol tliei jiriw movement today in Hie fliiiaJ moclf market i-c.«- . i-ion oC the yj -ar. Altjioi'gh a few A Mifi spot.': cropped out liere aliil ^ Ijfi'e. the KeiteriJ tendeiuy MIIS v;>)iv ^ril \\M\ iuimeroiis ;j:iins run. : in«j fiom 1 tii> r,. poiiils. TtailiiiK v.asi unilKUailv lie :'.vv l<ir, :: pl'e- t:"li ^ay .''•-.Ksiun. Th<' clusiii;; w;i~ *lniiii:. Ti'liil sali -ri, :i|)]irii\iiu :ile >t J :!ii('i.iiitii .sh:<r«j-s. " chleago. (AIM -indlca- (ioiis ot COOd I'.vporl lii.-<lueHr< ill C.'iiiiidii. joKeliiei- witli:. ii :ieaKil)eHH )>';^M'dlnK crop pro .ipeclK for: do- »(i.t.(li-. wliilei wheat lift' I jirlcen i "'ij:iy ^B ibe wheat liini^k> here, rimirns in I iverpotil whe; • imo- l .iilonM -were |alHO a sllmu's in Ijuyers. Theri' was luit llttlv iiren- Dorsett Produce Cc. i-Uti Eatit Slri>pi, Iota I'honr ;<i.1 ('ji«.h I'o'r Ponllry and Kifffs iiiill Is Any Time. ; Wi" will come after panltir. .sure to sell, and the market ad- .vancod readily on demand that jcaaie for the; mo.st part from commission houses. „ ' , ' Wheat closed unsettled at the .same as yesterday's .flnlish .to l',4c hifilter: corn =iic to i\ic up; oats' TOrying from \ic decline to %c advance, and provisions unchanR- od to a rise of 25c. Kimsi* tilj- Produce. Kansas Cit.v. Deq. al. (API— Egs:5. firsts .ITc; Koconds .STc; can- uled current receipts .16c. IPoultry. heavy, hens. 22<': liKlit hiLMl3. !.")(•. Other produce uik-lianKe<l. K. C, Ha.i Uv V. S. JJhides Kansas City. Dec. UV (.\Pt(l. i-'. Dept. of .V «;rloultur <!(.--iHaV niiciiaiiKed. ^ ! ' Kuusas City Hay. Kansas Cily. .Mo.. Dec. M. (AIM ll^y uni-hauKed: rei-eipis ir! ears. K &S SIU.Y P I W E R XNE SEen -HERE ITrtOOGWT ftU. KUatui "WWf POP OMLV HAP FlKl MONEV, BCrr VESTEftOftV HE SPJI.LS Trt* BEAMS -fHAT HE KftS TuOliSAMDS—AM' KE MSomtS ME THAT Tvre HAS A NeCE. V/AO OM ICE,AM'iiUE BEEM CLExJEtZ feMOOSH r6 FiMD DOT WKT N\DN\ Afrl' UXX HA\)e UTTUE BASWi ACCCiOMT^ OF THE(R OWM CVEANES^ ON JOSf OM€? IfIA <iOMN^ '• MA>ieTMlS ^PREEFOR ALL—BlSr X .' CAMT 06 IT >NITH THAT Srocvj TtP JDEAV THAT 'S A CINCH-rr 'D n\yLe V JEEVCS "tb oRy CU6AK1 'EUAYHAT WAV—iLl. HfWXfii-OiC •"EM OP OH A NE^ OME ^ J. CAM GJET Til'; IVJHOUE B0c>OLE.;Qb«a< ANi? BLOv orrAT^vyfJr. A|[.HA: T HEIR, HOMES -TMEM C UL UATVODOCE m PHVLE MlMtVia SfC^Kl-- \T VslofelCS TWO: VJAYS - THEX'LU THIMVC UfA DC <M"EK A. PA\J0R 8y^aMIN"EM HO^/^'SAVE MONEV, 8l3r REAU>f ITQWES 'EJA HORp V INVEst— onus 1 GOTTA MftViE IT SNAPPY SEFOPE' VOONQ PAQE FI 7 8\U. GE^lCic: SHOULD ToRM OP Too C ,O0IA .ALt. ro SET FOR ALL WV ^ / SCHEMElt^ \S A MEW ^UtT^ANT MEviSR \. t>io Loov: IN ST(?(^i ^\». 'vT"N AVIES N\V SLOOD ROM coldly •K r.RENNAN'S MARKE^T • ^ Corner Ka«t .VenroeuAd Kim St<. IOI..V. KANS. We Want Your JPauHry, Eggs « anci Hidies: AND Oril PHONE XFMBEK IS 3;« InlH> Prodnee House Since (i. O.iCOGHILL, Manager Kaunas City (iraln. KansaH City. .Mo.. Wee. M[ (Al'l Wlual : U'leiplH t,'> cars; '-j- to Ir up: No. (lurk hard, uuintnall^k- *l.i'7'-.:'<i 1..1:!: .\t). :: si .i'Ttfi l.-Vl: .No, L* hard ?l .L '.'i>a'''/I.IC: No. :!• at 11.;!.'.: .\o. L' i.il nominally ti:il<ii lAVj: .So. .-1 nominally flMdi 1.4t'j. Close: U,.-. Jl.-j::: May : .Inly $1.21 V;. Corn: Kecelpis !i2 cars. .Market 'ic lo !<• up: .No. 2 white nominally T.l'i.'fiTSe: So. :; 7.';<r(7.'i<.it: No. 2 yellow nominally TT '.i <ri SOc: So. :'. TCiflTrt'jc: No. 2 ihlxed T.^'-.- ff/7G«ac; No. :! 7.!iSt74U»'. Closei: liec. 7«Ti('; .^iay s:V„r: .inly SC',<-. Oaiis: Ueceipts :! cars. ITnchanp- jed to '-.•<• up. .No. '2 while .r'':.!'n- 'ally .'>:!(fi.')Ctic; No. .'! nDminally. ,'">2».Ci55»ae. .Mllo maize: $1.28«fil .n.-;. Kaffir: |1.24«»1.2C. Rvv:-!i»c<u JI.OO. Il:»rley: 79 (frS2<'. ]' IfnnsflK City Lhestook. Kansa;! City. De<-.= :{1. (.\P)-^ iV. S: Dept. of Asriculture).—Hops fully lUeady witb yenterdayV best' prices;, no shippers .in; top • MqNDAV.'JAN. 2 CBl/ '/'/le A»«of(«/«t PrMsl. : ' Programs in Cenlral Standard time. All time Is P. 31. unless otherwise in* dicd^ed. Wnve lengths on left of call leiter.i. kilocycleij on right. ^ Z72.6—WPG Atlantic City— 1100 7:00—Dinner Jlance '.i-.OU —.MfboiiouKb and .McCujUer ;i :?.0—Dancu Or.-hcsti:i 285 .5—WBAL Baltimore—1050 (;.:iM—Rosy and Ills CanK .>i:i")—.Musical IVograiii 'J:ue—Dance, Orche.stia mZ -WEEl Boston— S9a' 7:00—Vanities '7:30—Cypslcs S::i0—Family Party •J:a0—Variety Prusram • 461.3—WNAC Bo«ton-€SO 7:00—instrumental Quartet S:eO— .Musical Album >:<.'0—Captivatjrs 302 .8— WGR Buffalo—990 7:00—.lenny Wren Uttur K:»0—Hawaiian t':osembla li:SO—General .Motors Party 545.1-WMAK Buffalo—SSO ^:(>0— .M«.5kal Album •I .11(1—Ca pt 1 vators i ircbesi ra lu.-uG—Dance .Music 635i4—wf 10 Hartford—560 7:ni>—A. & P. Oypslcs >:M—Ceneral Motom Party !«:5 'J— Fraco Play Boys 422.3—WOR Newark—710 . C :00— Coniiaodore Knsenibl* C:^:, —S»^.ssions Cliinie .H T;2j—KiuCKer's Licdcrs S:00—.Musical Album !(:oo—Captivators Orciieslra l*:u;—Henderson's Orchestra 491.5—WEAF New York-610 4:00—Mediierranean Dance Band r.:»0—Waldorf-Astoria Orcliestra —Vagabonding 7-U(J—Great Composers 7:M—.\. H P. fjypsies K:.-!ii—Ceneral Motors Party •t:30—Jloon .Magic . 10:00—Dance .Music 454 :3—WJZ New York— 660 4:00—.Mediterranean Dance Band r.:00—Hotel Manger Orchestra t;:W—Srrriiadiiii; Shoemakers i;:nn—HoTv and Ills fJanit S:00—Rise and Shine S-rm—string Quartet ?:30—Saxophone' 10 :00- Slumber Mu«lc . 348.6—WOO Philadelphia— 660 «:S0—Dinner Musfc 7:JO—Organ Recital 9:00—3Iuaical Program 315 .6—KOKA PittaburOh— 950 6:30—Little Symphony Orchestra 6:.'!«—Koxy and Ilia Gang S:lMi—KIse and Shine !i:00—Kuspian String Quartet 483.6—WJAR Proyldence—620 6:.':5—Musical Program 7:30—A. & P. (lypulea ' 8 :30— <3cneral ilotors Party 277.6-^WHAM Rochester—1080 6:30—noxy iiJd His Gang 8:00-Studio Program 378.5-^WGy Schenectady—790 6:30—G. E. Band 7:30—A. & P. G.vpsles 8:30—General Motors Party 9;30—3t0oa Magic 333.1— Wisz Sprlnoflold—900 8:30—Boxy and HU Gang 8:00—Rise aiid Shine 9 :03 —Concert 468.5—WRC Washington—640 _S:00—Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra ^t>':30—P.oxy and His Gang 7:.tO—A. .t P. Gypsies » 8:30—General Motors Party 616 .9— WTAG Worcester— 580 6:30—Theater Orchestra 7:00—Studio Program 8:3()—General Motors Party SOUTHERN ' 296.9— WWNC Asheville—1010 6:00—Dinner Music • 7:00—Varied Program . 475.9—WS8 Atlanta—630 6:30—Iloxy and His Gang 8:00—Red Head ,Cluh 8:30—General Motors Party 245.8—WOOD Chattanooga-1320 7:30—Ensemble 8:307-Classical Program 384 .4— KTHS Hot Springs—780 8:00— Harmony Kings 9i :00— Enaenibio 10:00—Soprano If. 338.»—VJJAX Jacksonville— 890 8 :20— General .Motors Party 10:10—Organ Recital 322 .4— WHAS Louisville—930 7:30—Studio Conceit .1:00—Dance Orchestra 8:30— Radio Party |616 .9—WMC |lt(nahls—580 8:30—General itotors PartJ^ »:30—Cpncert ; 336 .9— W8IM Nashville—890 5 :30—Koxy and His (Jang 7:30—Geiiiiral ilotors Parly. .8:30—Frolic 322 .4— WSMB New Orlcani- 9 :o 8 :30—WS.MU Special 24<i.^WCOA Pensa^ola-1200 8:0«—CMSt 'Artillery Band »:4.".—I'lirsell and WI)ke«iton 264.1—WRVA Richmond—1180 V:00—Quartet: Violin 8:40—Organ 10 :oO—Orchestra CENTRAL 526-KYW Chicago—570 7:00—Koxy anil Ills Gang • .s;iii—-String Uuartet a.30—Congress Carnival 365.6—WEBH-WJJO Chicago-820 . 7:00—Great Composers , ^;0<l—.Mmiaelieart Hour »:00—Song netital 416.4—WGN-WLta bhlcaoo—720 C:3u—Dliui*E Concert 7:30—A. <fc,:p. Qypsiea K:30-Fam»|y I'artv • a:30—Phantom Violin 344.6—WLS Chicago—870 6:00—-Musical Program 7:0(1—TonyV Scrapboolc 7:::0—Special 1 'rCKtuctloua 447.5—WMAQ-WQJ Chicago—670 7:3ft—Musical Calendar S:c»0—.same as WOli (i hrs.) 1U:00—Dame .Music (3 hrs.) 428.3—WLW .CTncinnati—700 7:00—Home Fifes I'rograiii 7:30—MinKtrels 8:13—.Studio Feature 361.2—WSAI Cincinnati—830 c .Od— Orche.slr.i 7:30—A. & P. Gypsies i:3ij—General Motors Party 399.8—WTAM Cleveland-760 7:00—Masqueraders 7:30-A. & P. fly pales S:3u—General ilotors Party 282.8—WAIU Columbus—1060 S:(iO—.Mu.sicai Album . ;<:ou—Captivalors Orchestra 545-1—WFAA Dallas—550 f.:30—Story ilour; Castiliana 7;iiU—-Musical Program 374.8—WOO Davenport-SOO 7:10—Vagabonds X:3U—General .Motors Party 11:30—Tri-Clty Symphony Orchestra 535.4—WHO Des Moines—560 C:30—Roxy and Uia Gang 7:30—.\. & P. Gypsies b:3u—General Motor* Party 440.9—WCX.WJR petroit-e«0 A:30^Bosy and His dang S:00—Same, as WJZ 10:vO—Along Tin Pan Alley 10:30—Good Wll Trio 352.7—WWJ betrolt—860 7:00—Studio Program 7:311—Gypsies »;30—General .Motors Party 499.7—WBAP F^rt Worth—600 R :n0—Sunflower OKI .'<:3U—Danes OrcbesitrA 1 M :3 II —Fireball String Band 370.a—WDAF Kansas City—010 - 7:00—String Quintet 7;3U—Gypsies i:30—Family Party 11:45—Xightfaawks 293.9—WTMJ fuiilwaukaa—1020 fr:3<i—General Motors Parry !«:3«T-Fr0lic 40S.2'WCCO MInneapolis-St. Paul—74(| 7:30—Vagabonds Orchestra K:3<«—General Motora Parly ^•.30 —Aluslpal Program ' .499.7—WOAt San Antonio—600 7:00—Hotel Orchestra 545.1—KSD St. Louis—550 7:00—Great Composers 7:3(1—A. & P. Gypsies S;3U—General Motors Party 348.6—KVOO Tulsa-«60 7 :."!0—Husking Bee 8:30—General Motors- Party :j:3U—Band ' VVESTERN 325.9—KOA Oenver-920 7:30—Dinner Concert s:3i»—Appreclalton Program •J:UV—Instrumental Prograoi 46S.S-KFI Lo» Angelea—<40 ;i:nn—Mu!!lc Box Hour Hcl.'i—Philharmonic Orchestra 13:00—Metropolitan Daince Orchestra 416.4—KHJ Loa Angelea—720 l'i:no—Diversity Hour 11 :U0—Concert Hour , ' 336.9—KN;C Loa Angeles—890 fi:3n—One Act Play ]i(:09—Feature Program 384(4—i<CO Oakland—780 il:nn—The Pilgrims 13:1)0—Spotiig,ht Hour 508.2—KLX ,Oakland—590 K:3(i—Dliftier Concert ll:'JO—Lake Merrill Ducks , 454.3—KFRC San Franeiteo—660 •i:UO—ll.twalians «i:*l—Blue .Monday Jamboree I.' n</—I>ance Music 43 hrs) 422.3—KPO Satj Francisco—710 l(i:(^i_.S-DO PrdgraiB ' 11 :iiu—Musical Program 13.»u—Variety Hour 370.2—KHO Spokane—810 II:""-Maxwell Hour I :-:3iia—Coyote tVolic The .Slory Tbns Far : Tlie storvlH laid'in the Indian territory and; along the Kans^u liorder in the "SO's. when a figUt w ^H being w^ged by the "Booro.- or8 "«for the opening of the ti^i- rltory to settlement. i: Chief characters are: TONY HARRISON, orphaned at in when his father w.-us miir- ilerij<l in a pj*er ^ame; PAWNKK KILL, adventurer, Indian intrriireter and slios^ !iian: • ' • ; JOK CRAIG, who takes Tony to the Bar K:ranch to live-; TITUS MOORE, owner of the Rar K; RITA MOORE, his little tomboy daughter.' , \Ylijfn Tony, is l'>. Rita and heV mother depart for VirRinia antl tiie boy learns for the lirsc limli how much he: cares for the littU' led-haired. aifrogant" mis.i. the fence is torn down. The cattle raeii don't want to go lo the tioubl.: of removing their fence and •.hen after the job's done, learn that thc| sovernment was only foolin.ij. Si far. .loe Craig Mln • me. tlierd ha.sn't been :i cavalryman around to intiiiire as to the Rar K's inten thrn checked himse:f. ; Rut she had stopped. "\'('H'J!" , He fumbled liejplessly for words. "I—I ju'st wanted u> sa.v, tli^t \i you w6o'| take biin. he's at Avaat yours wb^n you're here." [Rita sihiled: her thanks aiijl as slie walked, away be begaiif to iiir.t" hiihsielf. ••There was your 'chance t"p say something.'^, lie raged. ":uid vou were like amini- ! my. Well—" The ni'ght before Rita Ieft> llm Borizoft iShe • frowned angrily.. "Tony .vbu're making fuii of me. Come iCherokee. AVCJ'II look for someoiit with better manner.^." ".Not at all." Toiiy disclaimed "I'm 'being real, serious. If thd president wants to enforce hi^ proclamation he has plenty niJMoores j^id ihc Bar Iv hand:*^ sat troops in the territory to see that ' * ' ~ ' ^ BUSINESS SERVICE _ .'iior'"?' Tnitklne^ Storacre ' 25 CA LI. I )R7V.N • fit A N .sY -KR - -"phone : SS.'i.lwill nxive yon by hour or.con-'' trai^t. with e.vporieuced men. ! WHEN VOU MOVE-pr stori ypar goods call Cprr's Transfer. 140.- residence 140. Offl.7e EMPLOYMENT Help—llale and Female .in the warm grass beneath :t full i moon ana Rita, at Colonel Mrtjire'.i V'' "IF"-- battled t icquest. sang and accompanir.I'ber-l.<"' '>>».">' li'rm: home and =.«:f.«,. t>.« »„!..... ; thiilg furnished. \\ lu. Si 910-21. .seif on the guitar. I She had been takiuir vocal C le.-;- 1 • sons, in 'iVashington, her father iu- i formed them when Craig had I «)Ud- thiilg Phone Situations Wanteir-^Femalje 86 34 work pverv- St; if ford. ttons. He glanced about him. i> Iv applauded her first song. "Rita, • CI!{L--\Vant.s work vi any kind. - i;Iay .soijiethiiig all the bovs-can^ Imiuire-.no .\orth Kcunuk.v: Retr spoke again it was on a different subject. "Tliis spot here is when! | .Inr Craig'and 1 w'ere sitting wbi[^ii I 1 got my first look ;it you; Do you : remember Vmi came scootin ' down thai srtetcli there like a bat jsing. Ufhtifs that one l»ayiiee i (^^•reiii.es if preferred. When he "Bill's alvfays singing. Joe?- • FINANCIAL ^ Biislness Opportunities .,}Y."'.?, rcjjpived that DAVIQ lout "ofl^x. iiVe in*- -like aComiVn 'l I'A\-\E, lealtsr [of the "Boomr ers." and die Indian." Her lips parted iu a fiashiiifi "I remember it. 'I'ony. .Vmi al! his might. When Pawnee BiW goes out tliQ following year with a wild west show he lakes Toii.v aleng. and when the boy return!*, Riia is hack.' cbtef agitator for liie opening <^f Oklahoma, is lieuct: tj,n,j|, Pawn.ee Bill is one ."f J'ayne 'B r.^,, ^ ,„ .s.vmpaUi.zers._aud so is Ton.v al.- ^.^.^^ years, hasn't it? 1 I hough his lieiiefactor. , Titus , ,„„^, ^,.,.,„^.,, -Moore, oppose.n the opening wilh j.;,,,^ person." ••Well." be drawled, "you ba:l n li:^iit of making me fee! 1111^0111- foriable. 1 was pretty' giil-shy in jlhiii^e da.v.-;. I'll have run five mile? jto get axvav from iniytbiiig in Ukiris." I "Whereas now." she mocked.! "you are the man «if the world — after :i summer in tlie show Dusi- n<ws. You needn't tell me y<>u"i-f- bashful any longer. Tell me, Ton.v. did you meet your fale while you were iraveling'/" She re.earded him archly, her eyes J beiie:iih ihei Ted oirVin • diooping lids sweeping over lii.s limitlessbandsome fisiuie ClIAl'TKR NXVjIll. "Isn't it beJlffiil'ul. To^iy'.'" ll was, Tony agreed. I heir horses <ip the ere tie I ise overlntikiu:: a l»i valley. To Ihi- siuilii. jc rhey s"al of'a lit - . Vt«"l ;:re«'ii rily veill'd from their vi.siou by the timber growtli. lloueij the Sal I he .\rkansas. Cattle gr: fully iti Ihe vitlley. chec ithe west l>y a; seemingi •si retell of iiarli'ed v.ire fii-nii'. Folk 'of zed lu-ai'e- Rila eon vilized ;to,,rjfl^. p.^,^. j,j,,„,.„i, iipr veiled scru- , ^, tiny and forced a careless liifle ""'r''"^'^-. laugh. :il bis re- I bi(l<-rne<"-- • "'-^'i''' nuich clyauce. Rita." lie said her e.Ve.s'/'"J.',"'•'"•'» "4>-- ,. . , ciluld bl-tine' *'-^'*''' Imgeied .n liiiu ; IadvVa8;^^'^;V:i''» '•''/^'•-""l^ . I- e.xcit'ngi about yourself? iie m- • IHe ' li'iuired with assumed tionebalauce the vast"*" '""'Pd iback to her. d be pi'r-| ""^^'i' ' 'net my fate. .\oti pave both. Ihtii 1 ftlt I •aughed. "I'm not sure. Ton.v. no dnei'^'^y have for all 1 know, hut I , Thev recognized it yet." Her what it meant, to be 'ab:e all directions las far a could Teach \vi;hout limits 'of one'.'* owit hick yard. of them refti.sed So mi me." The youth nchlded. "Perhaps I know -whiit tliinking." .she went oh spirit, J little annoyed lence. "You're saying 1 He reddened and lifted "I was merely. tlMnkin^ swered. "that it would Titus .Moore .could :only title to it. It'll sudden Th -n and there he'wanted 10' tell .her that she b;id no ric^iit to ask iiiile.ss I •' 'lueslion when she was tli'j r li at *bo could possibly matter ;io him. He wanted to lell ber of •' ', the ihiMisand and one longings that I llioiignt . fj„,.,, Instead he turned :i •'Kverythiiig is so •lig.' liinied. "so va>>( and li got awfully homesick f limes. Timy." • "I'm .Klail lo- he;ir ir. miiyb«» .viiii'd ^M "t loo (• want 10 come iiaek." SHc ilarled hjm ii scan ll ha^J S( eme .di Id her ill jmaik had (iiri :ied some wilh it. I !ut Totiyj me 'and t:iMiIed. ••No one you." he said. ' "A .voun, i 10 have somethiug liiol I than :i landscape in' be uess. How did you *Iike "Oh, it'.s wonderful, fectly happy if! I could Bui there were times ciannptd—shut! iu. Am eeemed to understand hie. They, , . , couldn't, Tony; they dlin't knbw !f "«^\l*?,':«. dancing a.<: .sh.e tos.e:! • • • •" 10 look •In' head in a gcsiu:c ji abandon ^^.g and her bai'. like burnished copper, sfeeiug"" the'""'^^^ hack the sun iu a thousand iraean"/" She waited lor his nod and I •! glint .s. to believe i back." "Come. Toi.iy."'we must ge; •She iiiged-Cheiokee forward and the yonih fidlov.ei! in si- I lence, drawing a dozen infereuce.-i you're j I from her laughing answer to his n-ith some !*'''*'•''"'"'• of'^'W^h were tortur- at his si- • ^''^ interpretation to put ) yourself " ''^"^ remark, he kept telling him- that It isn't my own ba. k "vardat''•^"' '^at she had met stwtie- all-aren'tvtiur . .^^ : : one , 11 the east, alter all tubout fcj.. „,.„„ whom she.was unwilling to talk. . nis e>es.. I, , . • . ' he an • meant to bring up, the «ub- he nice- i'f ^-^^'^^^ ''S"'" '^""^ opportunity kept; '"{J'I evading him. Several limes hij Jl o^™- 'Iried to direct the conversation into what wl^^n ti;,-^ uH ^e r:^avrm ;m;'hc right chaiuiel, bm without sue.. , T I cess. Her mood, when it was not ".\nd »hat makes vou think that l;!^ unresponsive, was capricious. is so in.-vitabl .jr' . iF^VifJT'f^.!:^!^ 'JlZ!!!!,.''!'*" "The popularion's drifting westward, aad this." with a wide sweep be offered to give her Cherokee. She had been singiiig the praises of hi., arm,-is right in'the path, j ./'"^ ''""^^ i» 's"<l''«> I People will battle right hard to g4t' outburst or enthusiasm tor hi .s I something fo? inothin.g. I must •''f""'y- "«.d g've an.vfh.ng f I bad liave b<.-n a.^k^ll a million yues- »"»>• T°">"' «he cried putting her 'tlpns in tile ca.st this summer by, I""""'" Cherokees neck, •folka wl,o\re! thinking of going "He s yours then.' wrt^i and looking ^.r a free r ,uar- The terse offer ama./.cd her bhe tei-sectioii." •' stared at him. as if trjing to learii She sUn'igged im^.itientlyV and bent forward to p:it Cheiokee^s miizzle. "rm feiye I c:\ii't under- rP*^"' whether he w:is in earnest, and fur a moment or two she could not $8 ..'iii on eholte :::!u lu :!U0 Ibxi: bulk isu 10 :!no lbs.. 4LS.:'.'i «i.s..Vt: fe^v 110 lo ISO lbs., *7.7.''.ftS.l'5: odd l(^t-< •lacking sows, jO.Triiff 7 ..'i". Callle. none: calves, none:, for jsland why Ihey think they have al right to lome i)i here. This is ln-('-*' idlau land" . . . j. """.>: , •'And I lie Bopuiers (oiitcnd that, tile presiiice of the cattle ranches proves the Rejl men liaye | niOre" ; land ROCKLOW i'"'"' 'ban Ihey need iu thelteni- IXc. 2 !..-Mr. and Mrs. Wali.T""->- Tb.y claim that ,: man has Uiiggan and Clair sp..nt last Sat -1='^ ""'<'• ''f"''"^? •^'•'"I =' ire„ts.Mr .|'."'-r!!"".='^^^ aiic .Mrs. WilRs C.ibson. cows (111: urdav-Wilh ihelattet-'s jiarents. Mr. !•"'••";•'•''"". , , , , , •ranch that s three or four hundred Tony, you don't nie:tii it. siiro- liot'f" he replied careless- l.v. "Barring myself, you're the 'oiily one. liie horse will; have'aiiy- tllillg to do with. He seems to have worked up a real affection for you and I'm plumb jealous." "H'.it. Xon.v. that's nol lb-.- point • fbal's not - " I ••.No'/ Well. 1( I me piil ft tliii, wa.v. Rita: I've heen living :it lb"? "[ sav:^;.the train come roundithe;-- •bei'.d. ; Cooriby. my lover, goodby: -Ml loiided down with wild Y>'est ! IIOTKL- for sale. tr::de or nreu. ? 'Call in per.xon on 1'.. D. Coodbv. niy lover, .uoodby." . Morau. Kans. (TO BE CO.vriNCEDi rent:j' ^ Rapp^f Ton.v'^"^ "Mh But'i'alo BiU"> <ihow." lit San Franelsco there is a liirhf^in a cauihlin:: hail. ;iii the nexj chapter. ! -Money to Loan—Jlorlgapes 4il ('|..I.SSIFII:D KATE.S IF.VRM LO.A.NS—Quick service and ' reasonable rates. .\. D. Hawthorne, l.'-''. West Madison. "F •• ' • - — FARM ANO CITY LOANS—3a.s° ratd on farms, .">'.'. city G"f.. Ldngj or short time. R.' M. Cunnlnghant '?I.AS.«niKl> I'.ATKS Dall.v' c)le p-r lii:o fur coiis'-ftifivei .uervicr FAIi.M A.vn CI TV LO.VNS— AJ 'cur-: : rent r':ite.>^. Lilieral terai.s. Pifompt Yoiir.biisiiie.^.s appr ed. . Call on The .\Il.u. Cbunty ;• Investment Co.. Kelley Hotel ioi :r. K:ilisus. In.sertions^ ' f .-• • Ch.-irge ra-;li .Six da.vs 7f >;j .Thre..Ml:i.v.-i :.<• 7.' ! (In., iti.v \-C I"<- I Miiiimii'in cli-ii-i;e. ::i;i' "ii any a-jl. | MiiiitiiifiTi <*:i.<h. f.illlll fi\f W..r<Is t.l -1 line J' j S|..cial rat...-! r..r V ...)r !v . K I I-.I i I AL- Funk. piio>n.: Y'^tr: (•i..\.s.sii-ir:n ;^— _—_ 'I'O.iK j.MONEY TO LOAN- On reafr •ompt bciat- MONEY 'i"0 LOA.V—On farijis or city property. Lowest rate.'Snewart Bldg., . i .Strayed, Lost; Found 10 -iietler liecaiise chea;)ec. and iiiiiiil Haiilc LIVESTOCK stp.te,- pay- far.rul • al!<-nti.i;i uivin to mail. tl.Ts wliifth must li.- eash with ..rfl-r. : .•\riii<MnI?-**ne'nt-i.-• witij<.m«itiv.'. Im^i-* n^'Ss s.*rvl«*e. .•nii»l't.v^n»-iii. lin.-tm^ial, ' livestock.: mei-fliandi.-c. real estate' . . . . ., .J t , .• . - • ' convenient, ^eciintv liii:idii(g .t ANNOUNCEMENTS L'^i^'lL N'^'t'-. repay:iSIe in '•maU inonlblyj. ments. These bi:;ns neyerCoin^ duo Id. LADY-3:"\\'RIST W.\TCH- Uist. jje- i Jlorsos raltle. Vehlcleg fore Christma.s. Finder jile.'isc! ~ phone Nb: 1 or li.l2)<. Reward.< ;" ^LOST—Axminster rug. &xl2. fluj.il 'design. . Reward. .N'otify R. .S. : Klliolt.; r .ronsou. or Evt'reH Hi-A-' ers. l.a'Ilar|ie. » j 48 r«; WILL HCY -Any iioal in fuir lierd: IT liead ;i> sebct frtVm. Ciials liiiimlit. sold .-ir e.vi h:uiged. (•Iiiiilliey Sweep. Plii>M<-,-;; s=tore. i'li:;: resilience. :•,!*."'.. AUCTIONS Aurf iun« I 'oiiKry and Supplies :^ :;.-;BAi!YCHICKS lie up: iL' lead- t'lA ! bre.ils: haUlics every Tiies- • — - : --i— ; d:iy: cnslcni Iiatiliin^ :i specialty. Pt'BLlC: -M'CTIO.N—1 will .'.•Il.;it; Sin .lli.w.-r Farms HaKlier.v. Br' ' public iiileiiou .U(iii|lay. J:iu. :^.-a! j son. Kans. Till Suiilb Waliiiit: fiiruiiure'ol five r <;om house, eon. i.stiuK >of "AHV t'lllCK.S Place .vour orJi 49 J bn- <'i)U.- istiug bookcase, library table. Z roiktis. i •1 chair's^ table, rugs. ~ linoleunis,: '2. bed^,/ heater, kitchen cabiuet, ] wardrobe, dishe'-;, kitchen titensjls. i bedding, and lols of othei; ariicli'«- i C. S. Bishop, Audionecr: : RCOSTKHS -Atui .ockerels. Rhode PUBLIC .AUCTIO.V -I'ublic aliitfou J-"!:;".! Reds. ' .Mrs. Homer Teats. every Saturday at 1:U0 o'clock^at. .!'f|i;!'.<-'^^-'/'"'-l-__ •„ Pavilion . '- - rs le-for. .Inu. 1.". anil gitt :i discoiHll. (bilks iiia.v be delivered any tinie ::'ler. Cii.st(iiii liatciiing; I 'c per e.ug aud ::i- piT I hick. Sturdy Chick Unrehery. 2l'() West street. . Bishop-'s; Sajes AUTOMOTIVE MKRCHANTHS^B^ Articles For Sale 31 Aotomobile Aireneies A: A USED e .\R—Ts as dependable a.s j ^"'i'"'' ..L- .a-\» ...1.^" 11, :• i\.^.L^.n\ ' iiicnt^ the d^ler who sells it.. Doi^e Sl'fcial, price:-^ for early Sales and .Service. The iiest plr^-e j bii.vers. lo buv jjOod, dependable used c.nj.s. ' /.'on'-pany WE .\ItE CNLOADLVC—A car .qf and :i car of farm imple- early .\II( n County Implement At present ^e have a complete li^.e E.-uipmeiit 54 of both open and closed models,; : ^ - ^ priced;ti) s.Ml. Ellis .Motor Co., TY.CIOWR ITERS- For .sale, rent or 211 .North Washin.nton. ?' trade. Williams Typewriter Co, 111 l^'l^-L •^'y^'L^f'!'^ Good, Things to Eat .' 37 HUDS0.N-ES3EX—Sales and Sefv-• Ice. B>uA White .Motor Co., 319 i South ^Vashiiigton. PhonelSOj Antomoblles For Sale ! APPLES -s'l.T.i per l)asket. .\Ilen ^•Ij Couniy Cream Co. Phone 88. FORO - ROAnSTER-Late model.! jieiiec?* condition: will sell ' !»>i- cash (>r terms. :il)>;oluteH- i!-! :rii).fe , Hou .HehoId Goods 59 COOK STOVES-:.'0 u.^ed coOk considi'red: reasonable. Pbii. r.S<.>. j stoves, guaranteed to give good - ^ - -- * : ' serviff. I{e:il bargains. Curtis OAKLA>CD.-' Ut'alers- PO-Vfl^C Fiirr.ilu-e Store. I.allarpe. ; '2G 0;^land coujie: 'L'G I'oultjic , CVS RA.VCES .New ones,- low jiriics. giiaranleed s'oves. Hcn- niii'^er's Fiiriiilure s:ii^re, ll.S West :\Iai!i.-oii. i week: short fed steers l.-.c to'-.^cj Mrs. Waller Stewart and Rus.s<-Il :,2 .^ll VJ „Vl ih^^^ K for five years and C.doi .el higher: spots up more on good ' ^I'^n^ Sun'''^v night,wilh their par- ""^^^^ !,i,s b.-en like Santa Clans weighty s..eis. suitabie for ship-i ^i'!: il;r;i ,:d: Ma ^-aiikerliuttit'- i .Mrs. Charley Horner, pjug: better <I:isses cattle, iiiclud-j yj^ j,nd Mr.-. Ross Kitzmiller ilig dockers and feeder}*, 2.".c tojb.id the following gue.-ts for sup- .'lOc higher:.vealers and l -alvts 51.00 • per Thut-day "veniug: .Mr. and to tl..Mi higher^ "»"!--•. ..i... : •Mr.>». Roy Wra.v. .Mr. iand -Mrs. Ed man. .Mr. and .Mrs. Ellon week's .top: good',, • (??$-7.5: siockers and feeders .tS .'.-.fa ' ^r;„rs mother, who j» very ill. n .,">0. ; The S. B. ciub and the .-choni Sheep, none; for week. Iambs,: ,.ijUiir^.„ a\u\ their teacher. -Miss 10c to 13e lower: shev'p fully stea-. Hrooks, had a Christmas tree, and dy: top ted Iambs lin.lO; closing! program :it Rocklo la<=t Friday lop ?12-75; bulk SC to 91 lb- aver-; „igi;t. ages. $12.3.'i^ 12.S5: cMpped lamJiM ! y\r. and Mrs. Walttr Dug'gan and ?lo..=;nff?ll.lO; shorn.yearling welh -leiair and Mr. and .Mrs. Will Dug- erg $9.60fllO .u0: best ewes offered. ji .ran motored to Parsons Sunday lo |6,50; fchorn •wethers. |".O0: a few Kpeud CUrLsmia* wiih the latier's feeding and sheared Iambs J12.00 slstens Mrs. Finnic l«ach and Mrs. Fred Weber. . that a fiw wj 'cks ago President (^level-.'.uil ordiired all the fences totn down." She jerked up her head to look al him. ••I)oe:.H mv father know that?" "Sure.^' ho answered easil.v aiid riniled. man I ever saw. I'd like to do a IlMie givipg my.self." ' She saw then that Iwuealh his flippant, reckless, ^air was a deep earnestness, a dc^i're to hurt him- .self if. by ."O doing, he could' gratify a whim' of his benefai-tor's .(laughter. Slie shook her head slowly. ".No. The Cherokee iLive Sio.k .\sso.la I... . .. re.«ting on Chero- 1 jknow it.: At the same liine, that jfence cost consideralile time and money." .' his andwalketl off. The 'blood poundetl madly throu'ih his veins. "HIta," he called, and coai h ; •2.'; Bui.-k 'light six loiiriqg. FritNITITM-: - New and fhie shape: 'ii; Ford coiiiie: Vi7 : IKUKI . ll.s E;ist .laekson. Ford (ioii.iie: -2Ti Ford tuibir. Frii'ii-' .Md W. I-'ulier. lenac '. liead. coiijiter baUinced ' ~l ' (nmk'sliaft. all •.-.•itras: ':;(; Fiiid ; roa'IsH-r; 'ia t'heviolet •/mring; • '21 Hodge loiiriii;;: liraiid liew I'li<'vridcl coiicli. .Si-vir ;il otlM -r' cbeapci' usej - r.-'rs. Casii. leriiis •<>i^ t.ra';l<'. lloljarl .Motor <'i)._ o. K. I'.^EI) CARS Uf:: cbevi..- lel loiirlng; R'l 'l Clievrnlei tooriug: ^'.» LM Ford roadstei: l;i::L Ford touring; llt^i; Ford timrii^': 1!»2:'. Sliiilebaker l-pass i -oiiirr.: ' 1922 F,ord coupe: 1H2:! Ford . (.iil /e; • i ;f27 i.'fievrolet ton Iniek wjih cab: 't'eerless ".s" louring: lifiii ' Dodgu roadxter; 1!»21 Chciio^et ton truck with urain body: 1!U:1 .Overl.^nd toiirint:: uearl.v new iii- teriiHtional grain body for truc.k: 192.". Ford roadster. Shelly .Moti»r Co.. 13 .S West Jack.son. Phone fi". second; Phone INVKNTOitV SALE—.Must reduce stoi-l..' • Ever.viliiim ncirked down 'luriiijr ilii.x .^;ile. i li;ive a f 'tju li'if of ii'w' fiiriiilure loselwit from. I'rysrm Fiiriiiliire Stoiii?. .\iirih .leff'-r-'oii avenil"'. M'anted^To Buj WANTKfi TO KCY--AI1 kinds eaitle siU'l bogs. .1. C. Riitche.r. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Farms and Land For Rent 76 1021; tSTCDEBAKER ; SEDAN- Chrysler "GO" coupe: fllirysl'-rj "HO" foach: 192r. Ford tudor s^;-: dan: cl926 Overland six ^oa']!; i 192»»- Dodgv coupe. All are in i good r shape. We tr.-i(!e. Ra *ps: l.MPROVKI) SO ,\f'i;ES -Located 6- miles wes; and 2 north of fola. ,\. W. Re.vnolds. Houses t For Kent 77 nr .VC.M.OW P'ive room modern^ with garage: Call Farrell. at S*;.'>. Arbucfkie's Oarage. Chrysler de;tl-; REAL EjJTATE FORSALE nt ..v«.v =e • * • ~- • ers. Phone 56. Farms and .'Land For Sale • 8S I' Auto iccessorles, Tlren. I 'lUts W t\VEIX IMPROVED .SO .\CRES-k J . USED CAVT ^)^ PARTS—Tires, tubes. • And' well e.stablished filliiig .*«a: ijattefies, starters and generatof?:., liim on hciin trail isorth and sd^nth. !l lola Auto Wrecking Co. Pho. 7!j2. i Price |6,600 for both: M. A. SiJhWck. 11

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