Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 5, 1928 · Page 7
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v1 TTTE- jOLA DATLY REGISTER, THTIRS^DAY EVENINC, .LANUARY 5. mS- 1. I PAGE SEVENl^ FRIOAV. JAN. 0 {By Tl.t! A*»nriiiif,t I'rftsil Prosfaii:* tp fT-'fiiml ?far.d.ir<1 llroe. Jill lima 111 P. SI. imliM iilh^wlM «n. diejitrd. WAVf lengili' nn left of call lelUr». klluo;.cle* "n, rlgtit. -Organ — UfvlPH' : S .M— l'«ily inlil CENTRAL . 272.6—WPC A<I«|n«lc f ii.-,— ninili r Cr.nr. FiiD '.r Bru*li Clty-1100 M Convmilnn t:fti>—C.jri'i rt OirttPFtra 2SS .C—WDAU B ilttriiora— 1CM C :00— Mlx.icl Qusrtrl ,Miisl'»l Prrirr «m l:liO-.\Vil«jl*V Rev it w - 600,2-Weei loiton-S90 $:50—^'hlmnfy Sivn lowt 3V:<5— Oiran Uerlui 4e}.S—WNAC B6 (lon—eu S :Ofl --rh<> MorrvTiial t>rii V (•(t-/'BP"n Kl<M • »:ia-lifil NIrliKlii FiJtniJ . 302.«-WGR J uffalo—990 7:(i0—Cavnllfrp > >':flu—AnRln. Herslttni V.O(i-r.ilnioliv« Unir 64S.1—WMAK Juff«lo-5SO f;;iJO—The MefO-mnJ trs !»!<'!•—Captain KI(M l:2«—Red Xlchola" land 535.4—WTCC H»rtforo—5M CiOP-rTIlJUon Mualc.ll Period "ton—i.'avaH«Ts S:n(i—Aitrlo-PcrFian.1 Ki.OO—nunre Music " 42S.3—WOR N iwark-710 >;:ir.—Old KfnK r-.aSo 6:<i\i —Commodori» Kiisemb!* - ;nn—Pepsions Chim -s 7:1 Ti —"Scntiinent.il . ourney" S:<irt —ilerr.rmakf-rs 9:fi0— Capn KIdd f :ni—n.'d .Vl.-hols Eahrt •4§3 0 :O.i— l^ale Byfr's firchfstra . -491.5—WEAF Ne York—S10 7:C(i—nuiijB S«?rvlce prrlicsira: Cavaliers S :nO-:^rA'n.«lo-Pp'ruianit S;2u—LiFrancii Orcli M>it--T'alm'ilive Unurl 4S4.3—WJ2 NewJVork— €60 B-in—'U-oiTc pnll'n <• r'-histia .".1' —Ro. l;-3 -t!vi- 1^1 T :<i.i—Rctn'd Talrs 7 an—Hi<miitnn 1n»tit |ite Quartet f) :ii,i_strinj; Trio " r.'i—.Ar.Mind 111.' ri.iho lOrOii—.Sliimbfr Musi Iadelph1a -74a lieatra 405.2—WFI-WLIT Ph] 5:30—XyiiispiTlnsr Ore 348.6—WOO Philadjelphla—660 B 30—Tilnner MuRic 7:16—Princeton Trlani le Show 3 30—Modern Dance C rche'eira 31B.6—KDKA FItt* surg'h—«S0 5.-3(v-^UUle Siiinphony Orchestra «i:80—Hock-n-hye Ijd r 7:00—Retold Toled £ 00—Wtlgicy P.evlew 4S!.e—WJAR Provlltfcnct—«20 ' 7-30—Tenor K :(>0—Anfrlo- PeraUna 6:ju—Miiclcal Program , 277.6—WHAM Rochjitttr—1CW « So—Kock-tt-Djre t-niv 7- 00—Tiirtaln OillK H-OO—WiigUy Review 179.5—WOY Schenalctady—790 - 7:00—Fro-Joy Hour t :<10—AnrIo-P«rtI «ii« 1:30—OnV Act Play 9:00—Palrnollva Hour «at .1-WBZ «prln ^n *ld -»Oa ejO -'-Rock-a-Bya Lady seo -rRavlew V:oS—Syropbonr OrcbM tm AO :00—Dance Uualo f 46(.5—WRC WaahUgton—(40 7 TOO —Cltlea Servlca Cavalltra S :00—Angrlo Persians S;00—Palmollve Hour 616.9—WTAQ Worc!iatir—560 5 00—Anrlo-Perslans f.JO—JJaTe QuaHet V.KO —Palmollv* Hour SOUTH ER<< 298.9-WWNC Athejvllle—1010 6 Ciiii—Dinner Music 475.9—WSB AtUi^ta—633 8:00—Wrlgley Review S:00—Palmollve Hour 245.S—WOOD Chatta|)oooa—i220- 7:20—Studio Program S: 20—Classical rii .frre. n .284.4—KTHS Hot Sjirlngi—780 J u>i)—Concert i .M— Soiirano—I"i:tri:>t S:MO —Concert 336.9-WJAX Jackt<inviltc—890 7:00—Studio PiOKiarii S:(iO—Wrlgley P.t-.lfw ] 322.4—WHAS Loui«VIIU—9J0 S "0—neview S :TiO—NBC—Prnpram ' 516.9—WMC Memphif—580 j :no—Wrtglev lirvfew- '.':<iO—Palmollve Iliiur I / 1(1,OU—Dance .\hiM<: 336.9—W^SM Naih^iille—890 7:iin—WilsN-v i:i'vlftv i /.'II-R -l'aljnoiii..- I ;..iir 249.9—WCOA. Ptntajcola-1200 J ;(ui—SoiipH of l!r ."Hv >i ticliuu - JtliHO— Orjaii 626—KYW Chleaflo—570 7:nO-Heliitd Tales 7:]'i—Stenogr .iiilieri x.(iii_»..vlew 9 III— i.'unRreas Carnival; 1 365.6—WEBH-WJJD Chlcago-«30 6 ii'i—Symphony'Orcheaira • 7 (III— Cavullera , * </«—Cirildfen of Mooiehearf 416.4—WQN-WLIB CHlcago— 720 7 :J0—Tlio Saleninn X ;<tn—Anitlo-l'eralana S: 30—Paul Aali / *.<)((—Promani from .N»w Totle 344.6-WI.S CHicage-B7a 7;;fl—firlenliil Slate Uuatt«t • lii:i)(i—\VI..S' Sliowlioat ll:ou—Popular JTuitram 447.5—WMAQ-WQJ Chicago—670 0 :OM— Orr.an • X:<iU—Same as WOP. C hrs.) 10 :iHi—Chamber Music - 11 00— Dance Sfualc U hra i ' 428.3—WLW CInclnnatl-700 i>:30—fto^k-a'Bv* I.ady l:mi—Wrlgley Review J ):00— Dance SJuali-- 361.2—W8AI Cincinnati—830 7:00—Cavaliers S:iii)—Studio Procram iJ:i)0—Palmolive Hour 399.8—WTAM Cleveland—750 7:pn—Cavaliers • S:iiii—.Anarlo-Perslans S :«0— Palmollve Hour />- 282.8—WAIU Columbus-1060 K:nii—S.ime n» WOR f:""—<*ap*n KIdil »::;«-Red "Nioiiols ; 545.1—WFAA Dallas—550 i:TAi —Slory'Iiour: <':oililians 7:"i"—Citi«» .Seriice i'.ivalltia 374'8— woe Davenport—800 7; nn—r.ivallf.r.< J*:' II— Aiiglii-Pi!r.«inii» i».i"' —ralnioJivtr I,lour 535.4— WHd bes Moi.ies—560 S :r .n|—I.:iFranoe Orchestra •J;'iii—Palniiilive Hour Ju:i'«—Dance Orchestra 440.»—WCX-WJR Detroit—660 7:nii_Uetold Tales 7::'."—Koyal •Steiiographera • S:'iO—Wrieiey Review li :0O— "Static" I S52.7—WWJ Detroit—860 6 00—Michigan Night 7 :0d— Cavaliers i:CU—.\nglo.Perslans 499.7—WBAP Fort Worth—(00 6 :00 —Orchestra «:;E —Hawaiian Musle }::00— Anglo-Peraiiins * SO—Request Program 361.2—W05" Jefferson Clty-8M S 15—Radio Farm School S:30—Studio Program . 370.2—WOAF Kansas City—(10 < 00— School of ths Air 7:00—Cavaliers ll;00—AiiKlo-Persians 393.9-iWTMJ Milwaukst—1030 t:00—Anglo-Persians 8: SO—Orchestra. I05.t—WCCO MInnsspolls-tt. Paul—740 7:00—Cavaliers t 00—Anglo-Pcrslans 9 :00- Hamllne UnlversUy Hour 808.2—WOW Omaha—6(0 (:i0—Orchestra t:VO—Anglo.Pcrslans i::U—Orchestra 645.1—K8D 8t LpuU—660 7:00—Cavaliers »:0'1 —Anglo-Peralans 9 :00 —Palmollve Hour 499.7—WOAI San Antonio—(00 9 :00— Musical Hour lIcOU^Danc* Program 348.6-KVOO ;TulSB-860> 7.00—Cavaliers ' S:«Of-Vocal music lii:OO^Barliona WESTERN 325.9—KOA Denver—920 9:00—Denver Composers (! brs.) 11:04—Dance Program 468.9:-KFI l-os Angeles—(40 10:00—Wrlsrley Program 11 :00— Memory I.ane . 416.4—KHJ Los Angeles—720 9 :00— Light Opera Hour l:;:Ou—Slelody Makers 336.9—KNX Los Angeles—890 10:00—Blltmore Orchestra « i :00a—Cocoanut Grove Orchestra 384.4—KGO Oakland—780 10:00—Wrlgley Hour 11:00—Memory Lane 508.2—KLX Oakland—590 10:00—Opera Hour 11 ;00— Dance Orchestra 454.»—KFRC San Francisco—6lO S:30—Ceclllaiis 12 :00— Dance Orchestras (2 hrs.) 422.3—KPO San Francisco—710 S:JO—Orgbn; Violin ir:O0—Dance Orchestra (2 hrs.) 370.2—KHQ Spokane—(10 10 :00— Sfagic Jala 11:00—Memory Lane MOM 'N POP OF BILL GERRICV: £EiN6 AN IMPOSTOR ^AJHOPLPNS THEWOCiT OF TMElR THR0U6ft CHILC jMINIMQ srocK .THe-. SOMNS FALL 'HARD FOR 'rtiS PLAN OF , ECONOMY r ,1HC MOR€ iTWevSAVJE 'T >€MCRe .BILLIHIMKS : HE .vgiLL "Go| V/eST-^NlTi^ C'MOM MOW, MOM- UP YOOft SEWING I'M GOIMQ TOGlUeYOO A ume TALK -SAV«NS5 IS FINE, AMD ,^^LL THAT-BLiT VOli'b BETTER BEGUM TO PRACTICE BEFOR' rOD PREACH R16KT NOA/, THE eeST THING FOR JYOU ro SAVe IS V0L3R BREATH / TAYLOa STOCK MARKET DOESNOSE0Ive i ' ^ Sweeping Reaction Opens : But Prices Go Up Again .V. w York. Jan. .". (.MM NwfM-iiiiiK ri-artion ' followcil by :i jli.iiiial ri'covcry look iilacc in lo; ilay's stuck murkct. Karly sclIiiiK \va.- ha.sfil (in tin- inu'xppctt'illy r laiKP iiu''ri>a.<f in .-itocU «'X<-liaiiKP I tiniiibiT liian.s Willi the .•>iibst'rni<-nt ;ri'f(.vi-iy iiillucncc-d by tin? ri'ilm-- :ti(;n in call money piles from 4% I tn .( per (-I 'lii, as aeaiiist an o |K -n' iiiK mio of yc-ilorilay. TradinK was in trcnu-niloiis vnliiirir. I • <>nilii I'rlpes l»owii. CliitaKO. .Ian. I.VPIT -Ml j:iain liiircs underwent a di-t*ide<l set bark iDilay, al'tvr showinR an early iip- v.aril ireuil. Inerea^ed selllnK pressure (leveloped iin aeeotmi of a, lu-aiish eonstrin'ilpn .;Kiven 10 sjaifmenls by' a .'wideiy known tfxi'ler lecartlinK ^-npral prain iiarte fonditioiis. .\<)tiee was also itaken of heavy .Vrjientlne ex|iorls or wheal, ' InrRer Iioih ilian la^l w«-i I;, and a year n(?i>. Til I re .were riillo partleri all over lola". Linil doubtless all •over thc' re.^t of tile j;<iunir>'. last nlRht. all lis- ti-iiiiTs ill to hear the $00,000 pro- grim put on by Dodtre. BroiIicrK to ad -eriise their new Virtory Si.x wl :< J 1 I Roeson displp.y in the show roinis of every Dodge dealer in Amerlea* today. The program, which bronghi ()iMo the air Will K^K'jrs. who .-pkike fioiu his home in Beverly Hills. Hollywood; Fred aiiil poroihy .Stone, who sang from,] theii; dressing room in a Chii-ago, iheajer: .\1 Jol.iin. who did his' sinnt inj.Xew Orlean.s: and Piiiil I's jazz band, which p'.ny- \w York, eanu'^ .throiisli In in- by reasoji of the hook- Whitema ed ill \e| g<Mn! slia AUTOMOTIVE ABtonubilc!! for Sale O. K. i;SKD C .vrcS -!!»:'.-. Chevrolet touring: 1924 Chevrolet toiir- ins:: 1921 Fonl roadster; 1924 Konl touring; 1926 Kord touring; 1923 Stndebaker 4-pass. coupe; 1922 Kord coupe; 192:! Konl coupe; 1927 Chevrolet ton truck with cab: Peerless •'.»>•• louring: 1921 Dodce roadster: 1924 Chevrolet ton truck with srain body; 1921' Overland tourins: nearly new In-j ternali<>nal srain body for truck:', 192.") Foid roadster: 1926 Koid t COOK STOVKS— 20 u.«ed = cOfik | ^ Ktove.s, • guaranteed to give'Kood'"' serrice. Real liargains. Curtis Kurr.iture Stj)re. LaHarpe. ^. KrRXITL'RK —.\ew and Vecouii hand. lL«vi. Kasi .lackson. Pliom;' :iS. Mel Wi Fuller. .VfJTHJ- .Siiiitli. .senteiii-ed .Ian. 2. 1924, iioai .\lien ciinnly lor Crime ..Xgain-^t .Vaiure. will pre- sciii his ap|ilic:ition for a p.irole tribe Hoard of .Vduiiiiisiration. at iheir ne.\t regular uieetiiiK held at Lan^^inK. l\:i!is:is. I-'ebruaiy J Kl ?rt.\rrrKK - .\ew ana hand.. IIS Ka.st Jackson .••.:t._Mel^ w", KuUer. K \.\(;KS ^ .\ew ones, guaranteed stoves. i 1192S. roadsier. Shelly .Motor fo.. llS!-j'"'"' ' s.e<ond| |.,.|itioner UOH.\CK O. SMITH. Phone ^y >t 22-29 (li .".-12-19. „ _ I Fir'-1 i»ul)!islit-a in 'I 'lic loiu C.XS KV.N'CKS- .New one.s. low! K,.gi.sier. .lanuary .">. 192, N . i . prices, guaranteed stoves. Hen- \0TU K OF SIIKIMKVS S.VLK., ninger's Fyniiture Slor<>, IIS West wbcr^'as. on the itii «i:iy of .laiin^ " • ' . ;iry. 192S. an or.lcr or s:il.' wa> duly West .lacksnii. Phone Co. i(»VKnSl "l"RFKI) l ^\r ^^.<)K SriTlCS .I i<.sued out of tlie Disi :i.i (-..url oi ' Walnut JJiuiiiR and Bedroom i Alitli CauKty. State of Kau.-^.i.'?. in up w;th itelephone wires with all jli'-fi SI.KR St:n .\.V--Chrysler] Suires. Ivvchans.". your old lor .i .•.-rtaial ac:io:i tiitreiu luu.jiiiS. • the iitaiioii- of the .Xational nroad- 'oiiiie: Chrysler "CO" coach; | new. Ea:-y pay.ments. Curtis Fur- I wlun:ii .\';il;o:iaI Life lusur- • castjuK comi»auv. Here in lola j L'hry.sler "TO" touriuir; 192.' Fori I niliir.- Cor I.all;M|»e. ' tho'-e who tried itll the nearby ."ita-tudor-edaii-Ford^roadslers: Ford j PRIV.^TK - SVLK— f/f iioiisch.dd jroods at . Ill counes: Ford tourings. .All are in ' ;ipe. Koss .\rbuckIeV Ci.-ir-, rhrysler dialers. Phone StJ.' South 1.1.-4.1. . I a?e. Aulo Aceessorles, Tires, I'arts IS iian<i:is (Ky I'roilnrp. Kansa:; City. .Mo., .laii. T.. Produce uncli:iUKi'd. i (API. ClaimiUK .••.he was frctjuently iM'aieii. given little food and no l»;iy in I he four jears she was a servant for a ..New Orleans woman. 2l-y.ar-oltl Anna I.a- ineu. (;i>rnian iieasant Kirl, is Iiiclured ln-re after iinilerKoinK a lioi^iiiial e\ainiuaiiun. The liiistres.-i s;iys the jjirl was tiien- i:illy ilefii'ieiil and she struck hi'r only ali>r ihe girl had lolumiMed lids thai were "revolt ilic " ; llou.s rer/ort that they got the niostl '"U'les: i .-afi^iactory results from Xashvflle.i S""'' .ilt!i<iugii all were fairly satisfac- ! lory: The crram of the jirogrdni, of course, wa- Will Rogers, whoso voic(. (Mine over periectlji- a'nd j AVUKCKl.vf<; '22 OVIiRI .VND—Rat- whoJie wit and humor were iiresist- j tery. tires, new s.>t wheels and ible.i The Ijaiid wa.s all right, too. i demountable rims. lola .\K IO Fred and Durolh.v Stone and i in>,' Co.. Phone 7S2. Al. Jolsin,—well, they have' to be i ZZZlZ^^it^ Hceu to he enjoyed, although, of BUSINESS SERVIOR l^-.o— /.r^VT 7' cin .rM. hearing them was better ---v - j^. ""^^'^''f. V than noi.bing. Altogeihrr it wai. a ! BuHlnMs Services Offrred IS. Ro: k s !• uj-niture r^rnre wonderful —' ' Cliestnut .street. Pjfone THK 01 \ saved is , , ' can earn dollars by iuirchas;n^ \ • your furniture, new and used. • Hrysons Furniture ,_Slcre, .\ortU Wreck- 1 Jeffersfiu-.?trect", lola. ^ ance Cf.np.iany. ;i cori>oraiioii. Wa.s prraintiff and Harlan Taylor: Sn.s- aur.a Ta.vior. his wife: .1. .\. C.iliaf- is.v.: .Isik-* Swisjirr: nnidford Sup- .r. L. .n ADAf.K-rl.s I 'P""^! Smith: n .'ssie C. F'rewiti: Eleiiry l ^ •„.;':" i H. Kalm: Frieda K. K:nm; h:s w;fer .j.wen- (!elV»d:inls. iieiu:? ca.'-e .\'o '- ' I.'.TIS therein. ..cominaudinjc nv. tlie Wanteil—To Bny" I h. C. Hay by I'. S. Crudes Kaii'iis lily. >V. S. Uep, (if iiiicliaiiMed. .\|ti., .I:iii. Al-rli illtur. lAPl.l I - Hav i ; Kansno (lly Hay. Kaii.ia? City, .\lo, ,laii. .'t. lAI'l Hay rtfiid.v lo »'l ii|i Ifei-ilpis l,'i '(arfi Prairie .Nd. |. j lu .'•iH/Si 1.' ' Kaiixav (ilr CralH. ! Kansas fity. .Mo,. .Ian :, (Al'i. ! Wheat; Receipts ri2 car.-;: > _•(• low- >>c to Ic hiclier ,No. 2 dark liar.l. - iioininjtlly 1 2s';f (fT 1 f.S'-: N'> iioinltiallv .*! 2S',i l.ll.'i: .\o, 2 hard ; li 2'. <;( 1 .ii2: .\o :: >' 1.2i; '<i I .'.2' ;•. !Cr..f-.-; .May ;1.2 .'."-s; July fI.2I. Ciirn: Iticeipis 7T;Vtar:-: iiiarki-i un<'liaii;:i'il lo 1 Iii«ll«'r. .\o. 2 wbili- 7.S'(/7!ic: .\'o ';. T .'i';:''/ 77c: .No 2 yellow .sic; .\'o. :; 7.s'.'<'7!i: .Vo. 2 tnivi-d TT'^lt 7.Si;. Close: May .>»:!";,c: July st !',i:. Oals: Recei^its (• cars. riiclKiiie.- ed to 'air lower. • ' .Milo maize $I.:i:-i: kafir $1.2 .-.<i 1.29: rvv 9;icfr$l: ii:irley .SdfiSlc. Kan -as riU- l.l\es|iiek. Kansas City. .Mo.. Jan. r.. fAP). (F S. r ).p. of .•\«ricullin>M--Ilo>:s: lO.OdC: fairly active: 20'<i2r)c lower lhaii Wednesday's close; stock ; piss weak lo 2ric lower: packer toil $S.:!."i on 225 to 27(1 lbs.: bulk idesiralde 1: H > lbs. up, !?.S.l.-,Ti S .n.T; H'l to ISit lbs.. J7.7 .'if /S.1.';: pack-,|!,( int sows *i;..-.oif;7.2.".: stock piirs. .ariv: will .sell »7..-.0f/S.On. , ,,rice as long as they (•.Title: l..i"ii: (alves .->' MI . Ret; fr KradfS fed ."iteers elluible to isell above $i:i..In. fully steady: the •oihers sloiw. steady to easier: .she stock and bulls firm: vealers are strong to TiOc higher: siockirs and LAHARPEAND | ITS CITIZENS; ; I *ii «s VerIc Ii .iHithert -y !•» ( hlcago' lo Vtiidy Voice nnil Plano- >irt. (iirulimi I.one to ! Hospital. . , F. <Mi 1 Opal .Mitchell I LAIIAItCi:. Jan. fi -Mi'.+ Veilc- li;iiij"t)i-riv left Monday for chii-ii- (••'. wh.-r.' •h.' will suiilv vi.ii» and pi.iuo. ' Mrs ( .irniiii.i J.ii.k.. who li;is li."-n i'l i.mir lnalMi lor ••>i)i'- lime. .\|i>i::. Ill reluiii l.i SI. Jiibns Ims- liilal for fiirllier tr'-:ifiiifiil, .Mi'.s. LiiWe'-- (laiij?lil'r i-.li-ic v'islliiig li<-f. .Mrs. Virginia Cbildnss wiio lias i.ei 11 \i.viiiiig her [i;ir(uis. .Mr. and .Mi^-.lt, W. ll(i(ki-r, .-ill.! sisit-r, .'.lr>. Mau^ie .S'liiitli. i-\|i'-<-ls to li't'Ve S :iliii-day for Tul.-a whci'-o she l-iis a iiosition. - llig aiivaui-e in liailier ami ; harness i.lanuaiy 1. 192"'. l.i-athtr i- hii;h(-r I'lai: »; months ago. Marii'ss made from lvalli(-r at jucs- cut prices will have to.seil owr $10" mark. We bought !<ever??1 them last. program, and since 11 is 'ci-llmaled that .W.OiW.Oflo prKjjde heard it iIiV Dodge Hrothers doulit- I les;: got by way of advertising Ihe ; full worth of Ihe tlwuisaiid dollur.i ; a minute it cost them. There arc jjuighiy few people In tlie I'nited • Stales today who do not know that I ' . . - llodge Hn'ilher.^f have brought out j CAM, UIOAN TRA.VSI'F.K -Phone , a new car. [ .s .ir.. will'mi>v<> you by hour orcon- j : I trail, with ex|)crleiiied men. . Wanted lo Hiiy: clean lifhi WB ^A.V SAVR- Yon $i;,(io .on new START THK .VKW YKAIt RlCllT '2.'!, Ford radiafiu's: We <-harge Bring us Jyoiir cream. liJc.. .Vll. ii Ford magnetos while you wait, f'ounly Ch-ai.r Co. lola. Kaiis. Some-tires cheap. Smiib's Oar-'. ; . .. ; age. 424 .Vorth «l..et. Phone .^TS. ^N''^i' ?ro RllY-^ All kinds of .;..:.-!. callle UUil' h()K;<. J. C. BuIclTer. M.|.lng ,2r ..;Un,:. Sloratfe ! RRAL E^TA^E.FOR RKNT Farms ami Lund For Kent 70 coloi ed lo i':iu« III the Heuisler. ANNOrWCEMENTS ;wnE .N VOU MOVK-Or «tore year .!.-, ACItK.S. -For corn. Horville rent, lor oais and Uamh. Pbo. 474W. goodH call Corr'.H Truiisfer. Offl;o 140. re.sldence 140. Strayed. Lost.- Foun4 iU SCARF— l.o«t ul KIks-j Kali . Findt r please PINK SII.K .\'. * y.Jl": '.all 447. • BH.l.— I .f<;n Tuesday morning; in Kn"?."? .-tore. FinJcr pl ^are TIO- I tlfy Frank R.'.lej:. Phone ^-7-2;? j ' AUCTIONS^ Anrtloa<i I'lA PUBLIC Al'CTIO.V - PubBc auction evirry Saturday at l:Oil u'cbw-k ut Blsho'p'.s Sales Pavilhm. FINANCIAL ^ .Honey tw Loan—MoTlitagen 411 COTTAOK, I < losi In. office. HouseK For Kent Four room.-f. Imiuiiv ai Or mmlern, . Cm Us FARM LOA.NS—Quick service ami rea?ou:ible rate .H. A. IJ. Hawthorne, l.^'j West Madison. ; F.KRM .\SD CITV I.OAN.'^. -Th--' -Xilen County Investment Co.. Kelley Hotel RIdr.. tola, Kan*;. ! FOR RK.VT—3 h(Hi::e.< ai ••; i"'i Ditrnth. See The .Mien Coiiniv m- Ke3tmeni*Co, Kelley Hotel crdi;.. ^.ila Kalis. _ under.--lgncd Sheriff of Albn County. Kaii:-a<. to adverlisi; aixh s-ll. accoriliug It) law. wiihout apprai.-if- —"^menf. am} su1(j;>c! ro . ighi;i'en ' niniiili?;' r. d.-^iniiiioii. ihi- foliou'ins di-.<' ribcd nn! ))r(>perry, situated in .•\lleii Ciiuniy. .stafi- <ir Kans:is. to- wit.; : . • Th-.. Siiiiliv.- •<! Fr.iclioiial ', ; :iiid \Ki >. ' . ..r Wi -.t of- S.>!|!'M ! ; 'i .ii' Scc !iii:i '.'M. T.iwi: iiui !;.iiu;i- 21 Has; of ' till- Si .\'ti I 'l ilii ii ):il AI' lidiaii; ,; III i::ii .-:y a ••• :i:iin jii .ti;mi-nt rend• •r< .1 id .'-lid ;!< li.iii on the l.'illi d:iy .if Hell mil..r.'.V l>^ I;IJ 7. Ill favor i of >:ilil iilaililiri". .\.i!ifiii:i! I.ill- In- i'lii-.ii.r' C -.iiitMliy. :i (-iirp,iratli)n. Till. I agiiln.'-l tl .e ^:iiil dei'i'udriiitH, Hail:iii T-ayliji- aii.l Sie-i.tiiiia T:iy- lor. ^^i ;'e. ioi rlie sum of iTs-, t;ol 7<'. I :ii'-t!i.,- Willi interest on • ;.>i;ii jiiiiuiii' I.I 01 ?;r..r,iii 7ii. at lb.- rail' of III |ii frniii aihl ;ifl. r until fi :iid. and ;i tiiiii. :iTit| 111 liudniiil N 'i >W. II. i-ni • il : LEGALS per :intiuni 1.- Ili.r..d„ t .'iiid ac- .lii.^ and de- ui.ou •-:!id real estnle. ' ; t Hl-rti-.F<»rfi-:. noii-e 1- FAR.M A.\D CITY I.OA.SS— Bas- rate on farms. city Ijing or short time. R. .M. Cunningham. MONKY TO LO.\N<)n farms cilv property. Lowest rate. Stewar: ', ii.ck; Judfje of Funk. hi-rel.y f^.'iv-n ih.it .iii the fith day of F. hrii.'ir.v. Vy'.i. :'! ih.- h-.tli^of (2 1J.4 \KRI PI 'S PtTITION FOB i !' «' a' "K' lilSt'HAKlJK ; Siiii.fi .! .or of tin- c.ijiiiiy rViurr ihi IJanlirui.tcv. 201: M !.i!u«ee ,-x ibe • ('^t, of l,,!:,. Alle;. In Ih.- mati.r of. Kilw..rii O. I'V.nni.v. Kansas I offer safd (ali.)Vi' ii:ifii;eil ami ili-;i( ribi-d r.-al Jvhii C. Pol- j I'r.iri'-rry for <:ile. ;ii:d v.'ili s.ll the I Briie or • To PIBI IC Al'CTIO.V I will sell^al l.ublic aucti<m at Bishop's S:IWM ' -—_ — , . , „ . Pavilhuf .Saturdav. Jan. 7. at iy\OSK\ JO \.0.\\-C)a leal fsL-l» o'clock, horses, cattle, .ahes.! repayable in small monthly pay- bOES, chickens.^wagons, farm ma- chiner.v. antonuibiles, and a wcirld of good household furniture, new and second hand. "C. S. .Xuttioiieer. ments. These loans, never come due - better because cheaper and more )<'onvenient. Security Building A: fst .N'uti. Bishop.: J.^IL'UlV??." P.ank Bhlg. ;|,;,.-!. AUTOMOTIVE Auloniohile Agenrlet A fSKD CAR- _ ^ j nritOC .MALI-: IIOC Weji;ht is'as dependable as ; ""^ • •''"• ' Klsmore. Kans. at <ild • low as FROM COLONY Keileralcil Cliilw Meel th'l'leerM'ur. New Vealr. and i renel;ers Kejlurii Siliools. lug to business college at. ChUH- cothe. Mo., accompanied ilu'in to . the iii.v. - I S. T. Horton came down from Lc- i Loui> .Monday evening to attend .Masonic. bau(juei and his family w!i<y had spent the holiday's here feeders fully steady 1417 lb. steers $1 weighls $1.'.: bulk fed sleets %U'1i I4.7 ."i: veal lop JM. • r. r.on Sheep and yearlings J.'.:; aid up. . Paine is true of shoe.-. Th" Radio man of the north .-ays he is selling hundreds of liorsehide work shoes for ^\'><< a pair. Wir arf. selling Iho Wolverine horse-' hide, none better, for S:! 40. Wo | . Hut diealer who sells it. Ocwlge Sales and Service. The be.st iilare FRKSH JKBSKY iliW One mile to buy good, dependable used cars. u, east Iron Works. W. 11. AI present we have a complete line i,;„y pbone 99S -11. of both O;KII and cb>sed models, L Iiriced to sell. Kills .Motor .Co.. 211 .North Washlnt'ltm. ; Automobiles For Sale 11 She(.p: ;..:iOn. generally ,«teady gy :ind weak. lambs drag- anil Klect', with her mother, .Mrs. I .»iurii Line- j 1 .Mrs. Claud. 1 flel.I. StiidentK to idlrs. W. K. Pajj-toii.f C.OLO.N'Y, Kaus.. Ja Hl 'ii'.-i -e and .>liss Lena with him. iKIston were lip. fr.ihi Chiiiiute .Monjday visiting^ ^Irs. Frank he Cliauuie iji-tnrned to ume her buck., r.'lurned bom Tu.'tfday morning. The December meeting and an iiual el.H-tirtn of officers of the F<-<J- \ . rated <lubs of C.ilony wa.-; held , 4.—Alton i""' Fhrlsilan church. | ^.^rnlA fluc Clirlsliuas iirograiu, under the direction of .Mrs. R. S. Brooks, which consisted'of a number Of tab'eaus of Chrltjtmas in various coniifrfes and arcothpanied by the singing of appropriate songs, was i much enjoyed, after which the j Inislnes:. meeting was held. TU"- \ president. "Mrs. W. E. Payton pre- sl.ied and reports from the: stand- ' lug committees were heard and j attended' to, after j officers took \ from Mrs O. were .su.cpend- ed and the entire corps of officers was unanimously re-elected. They addlsou Hfndrix, who i<ere I turn-'"""ow.": President; Mrs. ' Ijl'ayton: vice-pre'idenf, :\lr.s. Ed 'Hester; Ireasiirer, Mrs. ^. V. Lint- good to choice ; j|„„j.|,( „„y^ early. Wc tnark oitr good medium ip,„„j« ;,i |i„„. bpying. and sell them thi't way. .Men's t heeii-llii.-d i cOats. *"..9n. Th.. place where vour ' iiioney buys the most. Roach-KI- lioll. I .Mi's. O.Mirg.' .Mai.-.1111 has b.'.'n i 'Uif'-ring with ;i v.-iy s.-v.-re cold. ' .Most of the business men and iiuinv oth.-rs ar.- on'the big rali-' liii iiiinl today. C.irl Fowler arrived homv y.'S . Hatiijishire al Win- l.is par.-iils. .Mr. and ."speec- and famll.v. Iliirol.l Booiie is in bpspital. where he uridorwenL an op-'tatiou lasl-.Thufhd:;y . for an j arum :!tlack of appeut^icitls. .Miss Pal tie Demon Wi'-hlla .Monday lo' I 'hool work there. .Misses Bertha and Kvelyu Well.s and Yvouiii" H.'ster have returuid to Wichita to resume their work ;i,.nlay from Wellington whJ-re he I al business cpUege there. visiieu relatives. Lyle JaCiksim went to Hiiinlioldt L .Mr. and .Mrs. Lester Knepp and Tu.'sday, where li.- Is working at j baliy son cam.- h.mu^ yesl.-r.lay present. ; fr'uu Wichita wh(-re tlu-y visited .Mrs. Rotler and little daughter < s)>ver.il days with Mr. and .Mrs. from .\hllen.' were here the last of I Howard Davis. Ihe week to visit the f^cott Reiter , .Mis... s Ituth and .Mildred Tr.d- famlly. in County Line neifthlior--wiiy lef; yesterday for .Ma'nbaitan ! hood. nh. r.- they attend school.- O.XKLAXn — Healers — PO.N'TJ.U'i '2ii Oakland cfuipe; '26 Poniia; , (oach; '2r. Biilcfc light six toiir-j iiig. fine shape: I'27 Ford c-oiipe; i2 ."i Ford ttidor. Frontenac hl-ad.' (ountei- lialun.-ed crank shaft.' all cxtnis. Ford roadster, box-' on r.-ar; '2'> OverlamI coupe, good; '2'. Chevrolet touring: '24 n (Vlge tiiiring: bran.l new Chevijolei • •oa(-h, .S<.'vei-al (ither cheaper used ears. Cash, terms or irad(». Hobari .Motor Co. | . bankrupt. Ihe-llouor:il>l; Ihe l>islr:i-l Court o; ilie I'ljiii-it .S::i!e. fir the l)i.-;- ti-;.-l .if Kiii;sas. K.iw:ii .). I'.riles. ,ii' .N'eoslio F.il!.-. ill -.llu- i-oiinfy ..i W.MHISOU aii.l .Siar.'- of KaiL-a.». in >.ii.t-(lis-, tri.i. n .-^Mi-. tfiiilv repr. Si-Ills lh:if i Jau'-ary. on ih.- mil day of .May. 1927. last j he was iliiiy adjudged bank; \ rupt umlfT tile ai ts of Congress re- | ia:ii:.:C to bankruijtcy: that he has! ^ . liul.v. sui rt'iiilen 1 aU his proiu-riy ! — f :r::il r!gi;t >H oi pio;i«>i :y. :ii.il • iu.s : liilly 1 iiiupli.-il wi-b ail llie r.-.iuir--.- meals .ii"'.-:iiii ai and of ihe or- .ii'rs oi ill. (-.iiirt tau.-.'iiug iiis haui;n:i>iey. Wiiwolore he lir;iy.~. iJiat ae iii.iy be det-reed by Hie <;ourt to lAve a _ _ ^ _ full discli.-irge fr.»m all delils prov-JAIf HKIFKR -Regisiered.'j-'"'" ^'-'"^ bankrnptisicts. i-.x >-i'pt sm-h deiils as are e.x.-epied by law from su.-li di.s- chai ge. i , l)iil.-il rtlis :;t>lh day o.'" .Vovemlie;-. 4u: good Shorlliorii bull. A. I).. 19-27. ^LIVESTOCK Horses Cattle, Vehieles IIM.UI Aid. s:!!rii- lo It)!- (ilgli. St :ii:il best bid- lif-r l.,i- (-.i.-li ill hand? -u!ij. cl to l.s iiiiliitlis' re.Ieinii: i-iii. as in said iiidgm.-ii; ::iii| i.r.!i-r oi' sal-- dlr.'ct- ed. Witiie...-: mv hand tlii.-. 4lh dtiv of' i92>c: • . . II. n. SMocic. Sheriff of .-\IIrti Coaiily. Kau^sas. Bv f-:.l J. Ounf.'.'. iMfl.r Sheriff. KARL P.OHA.\.NON. .Attoriiev f.)r 1" a^iiitilf fl '-:^-"W-19-2t; 121-2 ^ i[-",r-t publislied in The lolii Tlaiiy Regislei-. JaniK.ry 192.S.) IIOLSTKI.N I frwh Christni;is day:- also i due to freshen in January. ! Paul. Route 1. .ihcrs Rov i SHOATS L. N'. Tice, '.^ mile south and 2 n>il-.'s east_ of Lallarpe. Kans. Poultry and Sii|»p.He« •!!» jBABY ClircKS -11c up. Hal. lies \ ev(;ry Tuesd.ay, Place, your;orders iiowl We.will . iist(/m liali-b y.mr i eggs. Sturdy Chl> k Hati bery. 220 ; West street, lola. BDWARI) O BRIL1-:S. ) ? A Bankruiit. .-\iider.-.in-" it L:imer. Solicitor. State of Kansas. Woodson CoUn- IV. ss. ;.:!.! also w-ith Or. Coui uncle. Wm. Kelsledt and fa Jilue .Mound. Ohas. Sciiaiti • I):-, and Mrs. Omrtrdht returned "^f-."'! 'lllfl';^, „, their home it. Kau.s^k < ty after!* "'h V ,^nh. on . leii days visit wHh reL. , -s l^e j Pi-.^^0« .J.;.lhth».^ Dorsett Produ ;e C<3. 1202 East Street, lola Phone ;«S f'asJi for Ponltry at d Egg^ • Can Any Time. yi <t will come after poHltry. GRENNAN'S ft! ARRET Corner Fjwt JTonroe aid tUt siN. IOI.A, KA>'S. right 's lily .11 .t and uer; corresponding secretary. Mrs. .•^gnes Clark and .re<.'or(iing secre- tar.v. .Mr.H. C. A. Palm, .^fter an Interesting dl.^.^ission plans for another .year, the ladles repalret! tn Iho church dining room, -where prettily decorated and candle lighted tables were laid for all the Indies^ about sixty In num'-'- ami also for the group of llttli> folks -.-.'hn b'ld .issisied. in the tableans. •(r3. Wm. Prazler, charrman of nl^ eoijlal committee hni! arranged with the Christian chnrch ladles We Want YourPoujery, Eggs; to Serve the dalnly two-course and Hides AXD (K'R PHONE XO BER IS S;« Iota's PrOdBCfl Hons* Slsee 1911 lanchipon and every one enjoyed this i-oclal hour whtcli concluded the meeting. •Mliw Etta Masogl spent the holiday vacation with her Btsters, Mra. .el Nixon at ElDorado. and IlI'D WIIITK MOTOR CO. IH'D.Sti.N' KSSKX liKALKUS—: P.FICK, 192;: FOI'R TflURINCJ. BI'ICK. ni\ SK Touring. i j; CllRYSLKU. J92fi ItOAnSTKR. \ IiOnck. 1922 ROAD.STKR. i none, R. 1922 Commercial TnitU., 1 • BFCKKYK -I.N'Cl'B.XTOR- 21" egg: KiOO-chick Sure Hatch brooder: I waters: chlsk feeders: all in fine conilitlon. .'.24 .N'ortir-:re<-t. Phone isif J. :!0 HIC.N'S—I^Id 4.90S eggs in 1927. m»u.lng me 12.7.'. per hen. I 'till have my hens left and they average IfiC eggs nplet-e. A. B. Ward. • la^Ilrutier. . . .. ~ MERCHANDiaE ArtlcIeH For Sale DOHOK. 1921 Touliug. closure. iionoK. I92fi coriT. i:SSKX. l:t27|<0 .\(7H. KSSK.K, :i 192(; Ct'l.AOHFJS. lORO. 2 1921 TOUni .N'ClS. ROADSTER: V. inter en-' CLOSLNV; OCT -Steel traps: -Vo. 1 ! traps. 17c: No. 1»^ traps. 2*-. ': .Vllen County Implement Co. Dodg* Brothm Victory Six Coups FORD. 1923 FORI). 192.^. ROADSTER: : FORI). 1S24 ROADSTER. ; FORD. 192.1 COUPE. ; FORD, 192C TOCRlNfj. FORD, 1927 Tl'DOR SEDA.V. Ill'DSO .N-. 1927 SL-indarii Sedatt HUD.SO.X, 1926 COACH. OVER'L.\XD . 1925 COACH. ( (VRRLA.VD . 19*4 toirRlNTi. Cash. Terma or Trade. il» VTASU. PHONB'ISO.I •%ti<)!\ BITYS-A tolls revolver,, a good one; s-r;ld, rented and exchanged. Want a i-adio? If jrou do, come to 42.S South Third. See and hear the two on display-from S to 11 evenings. Phone.s. ::9 .'i, residence; 9'[^. store. Chimney Sweep. Kdwani O Brilis. b.-iug first duly sworii, silys he i.-< tin- bankrii;.' nauii-<I ill ami who .-.iili-i-! ilii-d ili" foregoing^ |i<:iiii.)n for a .iisi-li.-irgi- iii llallkrupIl•.^ ; Jhal in- lias r.-y.l saiil pHiition ami knows' tlit; i-.ni tents tlie>.(if. and tliat the lacr.s therein sVt.. forth an- true., as h<- v.-rilv beji.'Ves. Kr)WARn O. BRILKS. (SBALl Bankriiif... ;Subs.-rIbeil and sworn to ij.-fore me this 22ud. ilav of Dei'-eniber. 1927. ; FRA.VK J. WOLFK. . .My coifimission e.vpires February s. 192S • : ORDER;OF NOTK E THEKEON Districj of Kan.^as. s.s: On ihi<^ a .Sth day of Oecember. A. R. 1927. on. reading the foregoing I petition, it is. ' Ord< red by ll:e courr tlial -a _ [hearing be li:id iiipoii ;li.. -am.' on utontatic 32;'he loth jay of K« briiary. .\. I).. SI Vt>TH E OF SHEinFr .S t «ALE. Will i->as. on tin- !iii (lay i>i" Jar.u- aiy. 192s. ;ii! on!' r i;f salt- wus duly • i~sued oifi of t;ie 1 lisnict • Court of n Coiinry. State of Kan.-^'is; in; ;i : cV;:i!!i .-ii-:iii'i tit.'rein i)endiiig. wherein ti;.- .National TJfe In.siir- :>ii<-e_C.irii:iaiiy. a i-orporatioii. was ;.-.y:iitiIf an.I Harlan Taylor; .Sus- :iliii;i Taylor, lii* wife: J. A. Canatsiy: .I:ike Swislic-r: Bradford Sup- i>iy Coin;i:iiiy. a corpocatioB; J. L. Sinitli: Don ILrwiliorne. Adniln- i.-<;i-atijr of th.- e..il;ile of Anthony Hliiin, ii(-.'i'as"(!; 'I'll.- .Moraii (Jits Comjiaii.y. a ciVriioraiioii; Harte.v* .M. Am: Oriilia; Arti. liis wife, W-. re lief..iiilaiits. iiritig ca-ie iN'(,, I.'.717 tli!r(-:ii. t-.>iiiiii:iiiilitig me. l.h>! iiiid' i-j-gii.-.i Siieriri of .\iW-u Co.in- ty. Kans.'is, tn ,-iilverti-.- and sell accordin;-' lo law. wiiliout ap|/irai:.e- nielil. and suliji-et lo eight. Oil iniinihs r.-.l.-iiii'iioii. tl;.. following d.'s(-ribi-il I '.ai i.roixrty. s-iliitited in Allen Ciiiiiity. SI;ite of Kah.-as. ti>- wit: Th'- Soullii-ast V4 of .Section 2.".. Ti)wn.-:ii ;r 21. Range L'n Kast of tfie isixlh Principal .Meri.lian: to satisfy a c»-rtaln Ju.lgtnviil ren.lered In said ai -non ..II the llitii day of Oe.-ember. 192 'r., in f;ivi>:- of .National Life Iu:7iiraac>> Conipaiiy. a cor|>oration. and against the s.iid defen(lan;s, Harlan T.-i.vI.ir and Susanna Taylor. Ills wi.f.'. for t!ie siini .)f $r ,.C";i.29. to- g-'liier wltii ini'-rcsl tii.-r.-on.at th« r:i!<- of 10 p. I be 19th d; |)er (-en: per anntim from day of Decf-mber. l '|27. Bnslne.<ia Md OfBce EanlDment 64 TYPEWR1TER.S—For sale, rent or trade. Williams Typewriter Cu, US West Madl.-on. ' Fuel, Feed, Fertlllfers «J JlBALFD .\LF.\LF.\—Timothy and clover, and prairie hay. Stewart & Punk. I guns bought; I 192S. bet-ori^ .said <-oiiri. at Fort ! until p:iiil. ami all cost- <if said Scon, in i--aid dlFtrid. at 10 o'l-Ui^k , aciion. aii.l the tax.--; dm-, aiit de- in ibi- forenoon; antl that noti'f-e ; liii<iur-ni iiiion s.'iid real estate, thereof be published in lola Rep-1 -NOW. TIIKBKFORK, noii.-.i Is ister. a tiewspaper printed in said j li.»reliy giv.-ii that on lb'-fitb .la.'.'of district, .-ind that, all know-n .-redit-j Fel.riiar.y. 192S. at the hour of j 2 ors antt other p^rson.-^ In interest ' o'c!oi-k p. hi. of said d;iy^ ;fl the may apptar at the-.said time and j Souili. iloor of lii- County Ci.tirt place and show cause. If any they Hons.- in the Cliy of lola. .^llen •have, why the prayer of the said Cniinl.v. Kansas I will offer said petifione|i should not he granted: alKJve mciniioned ami des. rihe<i real .\nd itii.^ further ordered by the I property for sale, and will sell the ami bc^t hlil- 8 •sal ... direct re.'?idenc<»^ as stated. Wltnes»» the Honorable CLOVER AND TIMOTHY—Hay. In bale, mostly clover;. also-goodmllk cow. will be fresh in few days. Roy • Gillespie. Phone • 9.^2-2; TIMOTHY AND CLiOVBB^Hay for sale. Phone 786, tiaHtX99,f,zk • .-villi litl.l**.-! . |.. ...|.. .... ....^ . court, that the clerk shall .--eiid by | .-am..- to the bighe.^t an ntail to ."^11 known creditors cople.s j d.-r f.>r ca.-h ;a band.. siihj.M-i to of saiti petition and this order, ad-! months' redemption, as in dressed to them at: their plac..-.^ of'judgment and order of sale John C. Pollot-k. i.Tndge of the .said court, ami the iieal thereof, at Fort Scott in H&iA. (iistrict. on the 2 .<iih day of De<iember, A. !>.. 192'?. P. L. CAMPBtn .l^ Clerk. <SRAL')_ BjuPanr Pitcher..Dofc.Clk. (•d. Witness mv h.':Uil ih:.- 4lh day i^f January. 192.-;. , H. n. S.MOfiK. Sheriff of Allen (Viunty. Kansafe. Bv F.d J. Dun fee. I ruder .Sh.rift KAR\, ROHANXOX. Attorney for P'.aintlff. (l}-3-12-i9-2C (2)-^

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