Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 9, 1928 · Page 5
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|:J "^^>«|rr-»-p.-j- ^.f-ji-'^/jfi-y zr^^^^v^^ fn^^^ I^J'^ THE lOI^ -DAILY RFXilSTER. MONPAY K^ KNINr^, JANUARY fl. i92$'- PAGE FIVfJ ' P R C G l=t A. M S MdNOAY. JAN. « i Pix)»Tam» ln ;Ce »iinil a «Mdai]* ttma. All time J" P. M. unless oUicrviM Indicated., [Wave lenicttu on left of «al] .Otters. Mtocycles on rtgbU. '- Z72.6-riWPO ; Atlantic City—1100 «:05—Dinner CMCert. ' \ 7:4;—Studio P^lfram J :10— Sldody »::0—Oanoe Orlbestras, SUA^WBfii. eattimerc-^IOSO 6:30—Dinner ML- 6;3u.— Jlox.v aod~llia Caoc B:»M>—Staff Concprt 608.2— WEEI Boston— SM . S:00—Waldort Astoria On^sstra ?:aO— A. &>. CtlMles - T t:30—Gejaerai Motors .Fartjr ,461.3—WNAC Boitofr-WO t S-JO—Ordiiestrai 7:30—Shepherd Six »*•—Musical Alt>um »;M—Capt Ivatorn 902.8—WGR Buffalo—MO 7:«0-Jeiiay Wren Hour «:M)—Hawaaan eosemtile ^ t:iO—Celneral Motors Party. '. ' M5.1—WMA^ Buffalo— MO 8:00—Musical Album $ :00—CapU vatora JU:a5-rDai>c«'Music £35.4—WTIC Hartford—«eo 7:00—K'ew Departure Band 7:»0— A. & P. Gypsies S:30—General Motors Party 422.3—won Newark—710 6:U-01d King Cole £ :00—Commodore Ensemhl* • 6 :S5—Sessions CUpies 7:85—^Kxutger's Leaders 1 £:«)0—Musical Album S:00—Captivatora aO :05-^EoaelapU Orchestra I i 491.&— WEAF New York—eiO S:00—Woldori Astoda Orchestra 00—Hour of Slioft Kraturrs 7:20—A. «p'P. Gypsies £.30—Gi^itcrul Mulura J'arly •irao—Moon M:l^'tc 10.00— Vuttirz Orchestra ^ 454.3—WJZ New York-«W r. 00—Hutfl MiiiiKrr OnMirntrA i :<i 00 —Kiftn's Ser»*nartci» t:ju--fCiixy and lll» iJatiit J!.OU--/!li.rt fiDil .Shine u.oo—Nro,ltu>nlar. .siiinK Quartet .Sliu|><> bliit Clu-Vullur , JO uo - .SiuiiilH'r; Aluxii: 4Cli—WFI.W1.1T PhllJdslohIa—740 £,:iii>- .Vyliaiil.i Orthcatr* •;:!«--<;.-i.'t:il .M<jIors i'arty Kjli -l>jiii u Ojcli<iitra • 3<a.fr—WOO PhVudelphla—MO e;Ui)--li|iiM»T .Musli; 7 .'.u— (irK.in Uecliul is ::.'i- Tli .aur Orulicntra »:'J0—Milf gu3i!.t 31B.6—KDKA Plttsburoh—9S0 t:r.O—I.lttU! SympliCioy Orchestra tJi)—Ur.xy anU Hl» Oane • k it'll—Itlse and -Sljine HuMslan .Str DK Quartet • 483.6— WJAR Providence—620 6:r.i—Musical Program • ; —A. V. Cyiisies • S.iO -^Uinf -ral Motors Party 277.6—WHAM Rochester—1080 • (,"<)—Rosy and. Ills Cans & iK)—SruUio rrosram i79.5^V/GY Sch'enectady—790 5no—Dinner Mus.ic S;ji.'—<jeneral Motors Party' ; i33.1—VVBZ Sprlngneld-900 '6:30—Koxy and His GanB *.iiu—.\l<ppo IJruiu Corps *-3<l—.MtuJoal I'rr.Eram .•S.:.!—Uance Music '46B.5—WRC Washlnoten—640 5:00—Waldorf Astoria Orchestra 6::0—Rosy and His Caiu; 7 -.M—A. & I*. Gyp.slfs • ' S;30—<Jpi:eraI Motors Party 616.9—WTAG Worcester—580 6;30—Overture 7:00—."^tudio I'rofrram li;JO—(.;. nnal .Moloiu Paity -.24>.»rWCOA Pensacola -.|1200 t :00— tXii ee. Hour •»:1S— Pof ulnr Pl.ino •:1a—Breezy Arias : a $4i1-iWRVA ftiiehmend4l1W 7:00—Via 8 :411— Oriian 9:43—Da ice Mu;Ie In Ensemble: Solqlaia CENTRA!. P28i-^KYW Chicago—5t0 6:20—iioj y'and His Cans 8:00—|U«> Mid Sblna;.' »:3frf-CotCTea« Carpival «5.«i-W EBH .VyjJO Chteaoo-*20 .7 :00 —Gre it Composers 7:30—pec leatra: THo 8:u0—Motseheart Hour 9:00—Sons llecltal •416.4—A/ON-V/UIB Chicago—720 7:30—A. i P. Gjfpslps 8:30—General Motors Party i 9:30—l?hahiom Violin ll:0O-Hoddlums 344.8—WLS Chlciao—870 e :COi^Supperben Program 7:00—Tony's Scra'pbooJt - , 7:30—Speiflali Productu.cs (2% hra) ^447.S—WMAQ-WOd Chlcigw-670 7":10i^eorge Simons. T^r.o^ 7:30—Miolical Calendar 8 :00— San)e as WOR <i hrs.) 10 :00— Orchestra <3 hrs.) 428j4wLW Clnclnnatl-|-700 7:00—Hoiie Fires Program 7:30—Mlnttrels 9:00—Daobe Music 361 .24wSAI Clnclnnat|lf836 7:30—A. A P. Gypsies 8:30-rGeneral Motors Party 3993— jwTAM Clcvelsnd4-7^ 6:30—Moti>r Caravan 7:30—A. £ P. 0>THles 8:30—General Muiors Party i 2a2.8JwAlU Calumbua-r ^104a 8 :00— Mudcsl Album il:uu—Cappvaturs 64S. —WFAA Dallas— aSO 'I 7:00-OuH 545.1 7:00—<lre;i 9! 9:30—.\u: 499 .7— VVOAl San Antonii—600 ter Ho: el Orchestra Ij— KSD St. Louis—$50 t Composers 7::!0—.\. i P. f:yp.-ies li::;6—ti*>i. :ral. Motors Party 348 6—KVOO Tulsa—8^ 7:':0—IFu. UinR !:.<_• ar.t) —(J"i<'r.il Motors Party »:UO~-V'y<|«! Cotir*rt SOUTHERN 323 -1010 296.9—WWNC Aslicvitle- itS—l.inner Muti..- . C li—.^B"'-ullure i'ciiod 475.9—WSB Atlanta—6M £30—Roxy and Hij r,:,i.t *:UU—Ited Head Cl'tl, i.20—G«n<rral .Mot-is fitly 243.8—WOOD ChattanooBa —1-30 8.O1;— Hawaiian Trio »;uu—Sixth Cavahy Hand - 384.4—KTHS Mot Springs—780 7-30—Dance Tung's £ 00—Jubilee Sor .KH ' -».u0—Arlington tii.srnibie ^.7—WJAX JacKtunviils—880 7:S0—Old Time Fiddlers !• UU —Kf<'ital l"r.;srurii • S .:u—0^n«-ral .Mriora Party 4«(.3—WHAS Louiivllls—660 7 30—Studio C'or..nt •S wO— HJI K-n.i'i- Or. hestra i iO^Gi-ncral .\!Atori I'aiiy 516.9-WMC Memphis—SaO 5 9—KbA Denver—930 ! :0—.\pi reiri-itlon Program; »:()U—Mudcal Program , 468.5--KPI t-os Anfleiss—640 J0:00-Sp«til(5ht Hour r ip<-*-ers flour •KHJ Los Arigelss—720 I ow Jar-lceifl Orchestra ll:00-Co 416. 10:00—Yel 336.9H 9:30—On. WESTERN II;U6—OptJratIc: Quartet KNX Lo, fiay Angstes—890 J fiO—Farm 1 I JU -Otl).T.<l 4 :.y-C.)nc< rt 336.9—W^M 6 .'lO—Ko.iy u B uO—IJitiii. I i:3a-<.;rn .rral 322 .4—WSN^B 8:30—Orchf,-; hry ) . .M.,t.,r. 11:20—Ffiture Prourara 384 4—KGO Oakland—780 11:00—Th I Pliprlms 12 uu-Spc tliciit Hour'; 609 2—KUX Oaklsnfl—690 8,30-Dlt ner Conrrrt - D ' U:UW— r ..al e Mi-rrtit Ducks 491.>-^KCW Portland—610 10;00-Sp<tllKhl Hour 11:00—Co< rrrt Orchestra ' 454.3— <FRC San Francisco—660 10 no—Bile Monday Jamboree ll':00—Da ire .Minlc (i hrn.l 422.B-4KPO Can Francisco-:710 Party S Sfl—Co IJ.OO—Va Naativills— 890 111' f.uliK S48.8—KJR Seattle—880 S:30—St •J •jl. Mot.: 5 Party New Orleans— 930 . VWMB Special «2 10:00—Sh. Ill :00—.Miislfal l'roRr.im 11; 30a—G S70|2—KHQ Spokane—^10 U Prycrani 11 :00—Makvrell Hour NEWSNOTES OF GAS CITY fti'IMirt (111 (ills .SfhtHil — I'arent- .T«'a<h«*r .\<>iM-l;ill»u .Mel l.iisl ! KrMiiy — I'rr»i«n :«ls. • Thirii Uibd fourth aratltK: loiu CM IS. A. F. Holt.in i;.\S CITV. .(an. !t l .<-sti.> HeWI- iiif; iiiotort'd to Piils!>arn Snliir- <l.iy iiii liiisiness. Til.- L.niii'.s" Ait] will Diet-t :u lliP iioni.- of Mr-i. John Doild of Eii-st r ,;m \Vv(irif.'.(l;i}-. lor an all day eiiiili ^ns. iKacii lady is 'lo hriiii; i". T. nifcis ai Uie auditor-' Kintnan. I.;tf:i Liin.-, .Maii<i .Morgan iiini iKxi KriiUiy nipht whi^n a pro-'' *- '•• — I daily .111 If.-lllUT Total daily afi! dilU:.s .M.(.| nor l:ui InTiiitt-n Tliosi' inuDtli (<|f .•^t'foiid P.ill lilifi tirert Oloh»»tra lety Program (2 hrs.) idlo Program ofy Ihrd Frolli? ndaiii 'i' -'>. .Mr:. iirollliflii 11<!: •iiil;iiH'• li'"-': <':'!^< MOM'N vdv .HERD'S V/KERE 1 SPftJMa t*S CKIC€ MINIMS. ,<»-r0CK OKI <3UMM AN' t^OB r *m' SOOtiER. TKEY ^, fALL -m'QOickCf? x'LL R»se- 1 >kM' 8EAT IT 6OT OFHe^^y —..; J f - -so V'SEE "TH^iSlt^tJ^ IMCHII -6- PlSTlM ALC TH' "DOOQH V'CAM AW' iTU. i THAN IF Voii'DHJLD IT? "Fiwe. oicc. OAVSBEfORE ViECAnfiEU. VODHOW ^ MUCHWfe \ CAN ] J -J GETTING BySY. GWE ^ W fiREEM I.K5HT ^pli STALL L\WE ACOOPLA 6:30—.Sioiv Hour: Cui,tllllans| 7:uo—Mutii'jU Program. 374.8--WOO Oavenport-JBOO 7:00—Sici iariji V ;JU- ViiK iliondn »:.;o—Grn ritl Motors Party 635.4-WHO DfS Molnssf-6«0 C:30—ItuX ' and Hlr< Gang 1 7::!«—,\. I r tJvnsiis ' )l:3U-Mo<ii Mauic' ' 440 9-lWCX.WJR Dstroltl-680 e -iti.xy mid I1L.< Gang t'fi—Huii " as WJZ 10 00-Al.iij :Tln Pan Alley j 352. —WWJ btlrolt—8S0 ' 7:00—Stui lo I'roKram 7 :311— A. i P. <:vi.si.-s 8:::e—Gen ral M.-tort Party !»::;i)—.Mocn .M;i;;ic 499.7—VVBAP Fort WortH—600 (!:O0-Sevin Arcs r.:.;t'—Sun low<T tiirl , i:uO—Sunnowt-r Girl > .S::!«—Dan -e, Orrli..!.rni 10:30-Fire lall .String Band 370.2—WOAF Kansas City—810 7:00—String Quintet 7:.".0—.V a P. Gypsies S:.-;t)—f;.?»f.iral .Motors Party 11:4;"—.Vlghlhaul;..- 293.9—WTIMJ Milwaukee-[1020 S:1U—G^n^ral .Motors Party tcao—Fro! .-• 405.2—WCCO Minneapolls-St. Paul—740 6:00- r .oy Pcouts: Lone Scoots 7.:;o—V.isiborc!- «:;!0—G.?tcrai .Motors. Partjf rivan Jx-gion The SJury Thus Far Th.» .lorv l.s Jaid in the Indian ifrritoryj and along the Kauaaa hidder in ilje •.SO's, when « fight \X3A hciiig waged by the "80001- or.s" lor ihe opening of tlie territory to scultineiii. ^1 (•h;.:f «haiactors lare: TO.NY H.A .RI1ISPX, orphaned atj 1:: when his failier waa raui*- d <ri ?d ill a pol£«?r ganio; l'.\'.V.\i:t: nif,L. adVHiturer, Indian lniHr|ir»>t»r &nil Hhow- .•11:111; ; .lOi: ruAK!. wlu. lukcK Tony III till- liar K ronili 10 livf; TlTl;.s MiKtlii;. <nMi.r »r tUo liar K, ICIT.V MOOUi:. his liltio loMi- liiiv d.iiir.lifiT. Wli'ii 'limy li r.. Iilia and Iicr iimlliir di 'jiari I'm- Viri.'iiii:i ami liii- •.my I«;iriis fur tln> flr .il lltno liii \V null li IK ' cans hir till- liiili- I .-ii .-d. ;iiriit':illf liit-s. .Miiiii 'i- i^< <iiii- of ill)-, ( Iiii-f op- iKif.' Ills, iif ili>' i :l»vi-niclil 10 ii|ifii iil.l:iliciiii:i. Woiil ^^ ri'<t'lvi'd that liWIll 1 *.\V.\K. l.aiUr of tli.' ii;iiviiii-ni. !•< .I <';id. and 'I 'diiy. 111 lii.; Ii )>;"i;iv lo .Uoorr-. is troiihli-i| ii.-. aii;<' i.S- liiii b.MMpalhy fur l?ir.!l<''.s ( all--<l'. I liita comi-is haiK for a visit and I'oiiy is forlorn in Iht* linowledgf (if Ills liiipol.-ss love • for In)-. Filially, iu (lispt-raiioli. lit* ili- clarcs liin:.s<'lf. and wii«-u she vo- liictiiiiily adiuils An- is eiiitaacd ii. iini>ii )i-r he leaves ihe rajii li. ' Cil.Vi'TKR X.XXV. • lies lit out 1 uon 't know wli.Te." Ciaii; iiiloriiii-il her. .\iid I lien ;i return id" tlie susivii-inii that l ;:iil pioniptedUini to iiuestion Tony a fev.' iiiiiiii!e -s iielore liis dej'arnire ied liiiM to iniiuiie sharply. •Ijiok be)-.', did thai hoy do aiiylhin:; to ui.Tke you feel iiad?" "So, no." she .said hastily, and , a <lded slowly, "j feel badly, Joe, ' bat ; not at auytliint; Tony'.s done, jl'liase remember lliat.'" "I'will. Hit .i. you'vt^ been eryin'. [and it just buaks me all up. Can't you tell .loft CfaiK just wh;it it's all alioiii .' ill b.i 'if was that damn Touy after all." he adiled helliger- ielltly. ' "Dear old .loe."''she' said softly, ; forei 11^ :i smile. ' Yoii'il he l/onnd • lo take my part, wouldn't you'.'" :.<lie patted his arm. heard him ;sniother an exclamation at her i toiii hi "Is ^ your arm hint. JOP?I I'm sorry." I "1 hanged it :i^ainsl a fence post |ihi..^ evening." he lieil. '^Musi have .spiained my wrist or sonierhinp." He eyed her eommi.seralingly. •'Look heri-. Hita; ilan'i I heip you out'.' Did you and i:ony have a fiEhf; Just nay lh«' word and I'll thp colonel ihnr would Invite hia own confidence. 'ft did not. ootne until eonsider- .ibly la^er. Totvard the •:iid of November Craig eiitounlered Pawnee Uill in Caldwell. His fir:,i Queeilou elicited iinly a ronfesriou ijf < omplete ignorance. "Haven I heard a word from him," J.iUie informed him. I'm beginuiuK lo Ket worrieil.' I'd couJiU'd on him Koing out wilh ine in the t:j/iin;;." Hi- shook liis.heail. ••rill real aiLxioiis lo g' T word 10 him snineho-.v."-it'iai^' eoiifi ssed. • III vviili a hit. il in voiir hands. r 10 him and piil If he ambles oiilo rkjESDAY. lBif}Tli» ABSoclatrk Programs In Central All time fa P. M. unless dictated. Wave lengths letters, kllooycles f on NOVN.yvHSirf ftMiNOTE.eia.- NNgRE COMIWG IN ALLRl6HX| • B\5T y>£.N)EsaoT To rOm SOME Of 6v>iR OTHER iMVeSTWEMTS IWTO CASH i =lRST I BY TAYJ4R Bl>felV4HiLETHE>^RE R0OMt^M&^ ViFitHeiR SHECKElis iltL OPEN T ^\'5c3^Te: Fof? THe<R viivesTo CCSWE le^, TOO- VtATCH ME Pl^T*TV»S OVER TH' LfiDieS 4i4ST LIKE AN UMeR£LLe> .10 Prtati Standard il-n*. otherwise 11.- bn left or call Ithi. I ide-; ".\ catch with lau£hi Pope. avi'r:iKe s of tar- neiili'fr absent iffin. sit- niiiiili' r y Mr-. .M. G lent. , on the htdior roll for Ihe liec.-nibenare: Fir.^.t and rade.s: Kiilyn Helicon, •llam. Crace Carson. Clar[>re. .Mary 'Leak. Flora and Schiimaker. .Archil Kose- hauph. Alice Carsiin. Hitiy Kuth Townsleild and ' Florice , .Mcf'.rew. Potter. Iluhy Oshorn. Vad Hert IJiij'chani. Gerald .Mc I'ecil Mlitney. i'iflll a^id grades: Lillian Hunlia !i Bonton. irew and sixth Louis gtancwill he piren. F.vrybody is WeUonie. -Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Fi;ise bpi). Frank .'Thomas.-spent the Siimlay al tiie home ol 'r. Mis John nodil of East C. . .Mr. and Mi.-. Kli KIlswoi !i as dinner quests Sunday: Wtliiiii'. daiigiiler and son ^jfMt-.-. Drear and two children ,. .-^u. „r .i..^,i)old; ICosel .mull and .\rchit Thompson. Seventh and.eip!)tli grades; .Iam<ts Hamilton. Hoy I'erkins. Roheri Thompson. Fern •.McC.iiiiiis. Frieita Curry, l-oraine Townsend ' and I Delmonf .\dams. '\ .Miss .M;uy Faii>t wai absent had/from school Ihe first Mii-^' days of Irs. J .;llhis Week iu a< coiinl of sickness. iindiiShe was gn-aily missed fiy pupils andj and! and I and .Miss Uoatwright. of lliimljoldl aiidij ,\ for .\lr. and .Mrs. Morris awd children of Gas. .Schtiol Rrpori of (ias City .school the month ending I>eceniber 2::; Firsi and.se«-ond grade: »>nfO|II- ttieiit. hoys IT-, girls IS, total :ir>: aveia>:e daily allendatii'e. boys 16. gills 1<!, • .Miss Pearl .lohnson.J • eaiher. . Thiril and fourth grades: enroll- - lifdda Virginia .Mnlllns mem." btiya 17. gJrlH 13, total :|o;.Kiin.. iind VVIIheiia Moon average aitendancf 2S. .Miss .Miirj- vllle eniollid In the need PaiiKt. lencher.' lihU wee^j. . HlfMi and *lgth rradea: fiiralJ- menf, boyM 17. ulrl* 9. total S6: ttveraxo dolly otlenifanrp 24. Mrn. Ca*liitor, teacher. Berenth and eighth Kradeii: An­ te icliers. lovely silver tr ;iy. wi h the Initial "G" engraved in II e center, was Riven til .Mrs. Glffi 1 by the pupils I and teachers at 1 'hristnias lime, [this lovely gift is 1 p|)re <iiit- eil very niiicli by .Mis. (! ffin. .AH the rooms, since he holf- days have resumed thei • regnlnr workinc scheiliile. and are busy preparing for the mihly ex:imlnaiionN next week. On the walU of a chnpel now hnildliiK near .Jeriiitaieni of Lijroy. •of lior- nd grade the Ave .^Jarla IH I » be engraved In ir.i) different latiicuageK. oil of rliich are roUmept, tioys IS, «irla 9.; arerage or bare been spoken in I alMine. fler him and h;iul him back." fine chance you'd haTe of ug I 'herokee ". she siorned, a 'brave lilile-attempt at. a "Joe."'vlie added, her voice hlch t .itche'tl, iierviiiis, "diit you Mir hear uiol'ln r or father meii- liiiii the Fiirsyihes of Washing- tun?". He. refl.'.ied ii moiueiii. "SeeniH to ine I did." "l-ather.no doiibl will make some son of aniioiincenieiii before 1 li-uve, bill 1 waiiMl 10 he the first 10 lell you; I want you to he the Ijrsf to congratulaie mo. I'm en- i-^agiid 10 marry Jlerberf Forsythe." He stiKMl -uk if ro<iled lo Ihe spot, stared at h <T dumbly. '•.Vnnri you going to congratulate me'.'" she asked "Don'l"--lier voice irembleil with ..hysteria — "don't you see how happy I am? Why ilont you say Romcthins?"" . His eyes wrre frightened. He closed tiiem, as Jf to shut out the .si^hl of somelhing that hurt him. He made no answer but reai-hed out an arm and gathered her 10 him. She had found the understanding she had itevn craring. Me patted her gently as she leaned apain.s't him and tried on hi.s s:houl- der. her il)ody wracked by \^«ilent sobs. • • o The Bar K. heard nothing from Toni Harrison. Some weeks .ifier he left Cr;iiR sot a letter from Paw-; i nee Hill informing hini that Tony h:id;leif Cherokee in his care and had ihe.-ided east. i ••j^'e didn't do any e^ci^laininc." Pawnee Bill wrote, •'other i.han to say he had left the Bar K for good. He ask-d me if I Would' winter Clierokee at my- fatlier's place, and I imagine he headed,for .4onie Idg city—probably Chicago." ; . ^Craig's only word to Titiis Moore was to ileliver Tony'n ine.'sage. "He told me to tell you he was real grateful. Colonel: jhen he lit oiii." ".\;id what do ybii niiiJie of It.; t.'raig?" ' ".\le7 I don't understand If a little bli." The'colonel smilrd natienily but did nut jireriM the matter further, lie was noi u f«i>I. he told himBeif. But lie was wine enough to way Obtlilog 10 Rita or her mother. Afifr his Fife and daUiehter left be moved around ithe ranch looking IIM witneooe wlio bad lost bin onl>- frlend. and Craig, hugging bU «e'•ret to hlmseirj would gaze after, him.with manjrlinotirnrnl lihakfnga of ibe 'beadi. bopiug In ralo for some InUmat* little rtVeUtlon frbd the farm Millie il:iy. iii<|iiii iiii' :ifi<'r C'leriikie, SI,. 111:;! |,|. KflH it. wi .l yon lie Wiiiili!. I'.iwiiee Bill |iioiiiiseil. "Ciiliiiiel Moore's litlil wiiirliil." Craig loilfiiled; "nut In iiiei .lioil mVHeif." "ll- eaii l:ike _iiire of hiiii ''ell." • •'I know liim beiier ili :iii ynii i|i>.' Ilefll he bferikln' his irmi neck." 1 Colonel .Moore, hi' :idileil. would,he j going east ill a weei; or two. "lle'.s I aiming to spend iKe Chii "lii'as holi- i ;days with Bila and her motl -er. He j might .spend some lime there; Mrs. '.Moore ain't \vell at all. and the old man's soiiiewhat nervous about it." -At Chrislma.s time there Wjis :i I resent lor .loe Craig from Tony- two flannel skills, vei-y loaii. anil 'gent by express to C;ildweli. .lo'-; :li->okin;i fur a return address, found »only tile name of the firm from I whom tlu- shirt .s had been piir- I li:'.sed. He knew only that Tony was in Cliica '-'o— or had oei n. : .As a luatu -r of iaii. Tony was still there: but no one lieard from I him again until early In .March, when i'awiiee Bill ;.ot a 'wire from him :isking to he inforiAeii < oncern- jing his fciiow plans. Ho wint! a I reply, ending wiih "Letter, follows." and slippeil .loe Craig's let-' ! ler-lil-side Ihe envelope t>f his own. j j Tony read the letter in Uie little • 'I'all bedroom ol the boarding house 1 ; he'had been calling home for sev- '-•ral mrihth?. When he had finished • lie lay hack on his bed and stared at rhc ciiling. Prcsenlly he sat up and read the letter over, his mouth twisting into a queer little grimace of pain. ••.One paragraph. espe<ially, he • read over ami over. ' "What you j coiildnt s. e. in yiuir pigheaded- j Iness," Craig had written. "w :is tha: j js-he had done it to make her moth- j : er happy. She don'i love this Her-, •hert Forsythe any more than, the niaii in the muon. but all ilu-ll : couldn't make her :idmit it to any- 'body—even to nie. and she'll ie41 I me more than mt^st folks. But 1 j had sense enough lo see il. and you didn't. Wh ;iti -^er hapjiened between j you :ind Kiij —anri 1 dun 'i know! !w!ial il was -you plumb misjudged I I her.' Tony crumpled the letter Ut his •'.and and strode ov.-r to a che:ip little dre.s.e'r lo .«lare at his reflec- li'in in a crackeij mirror I'.rhaps. Uie :ii !niitteil to himself, he had mis- ; judged her—siitl that didul helii i matters. j "Where do I s'l off?" he a.-,ked j hir •di.''tori«d refledion, andfoiindj i himself feeling a hatted for .Mi'n Moore, invalid though she' was. "Wliat right ha.s >^he goi'"' be de-j jmanded fiercely. 'It 's tiot hor own life she's meddling with. Hell!" he j'xploded savagely and hroimht his haml doW,n on the dies.ser with { a Ircmeiidous smack thai si-iit Cue i mirror to uuiverin^ iind his own warpeil iniage 10 dancing criiy .ily he- fore his dark-circled eyes. He reached lor liis hat and coat iind piled out into the Ktreet, wlier" he walked r;<pidly toward the nearest saloon. -A terrilic wind off '•Ii- jlake tore at him. but he walked j into it head up. unheedfiil of the j sting it broii?hf as it whipped lii.i cheeks and lashed at his e\es. In the saloon he.sank tftiwn in a ihair |at.-.-i small table anil tailed for a I h'ottle: ; ! He drank moodily,'refusing to he [drawn into conversation by ac-! . riuaintanccs tliat stopped from time | 'to lime to say hello. 'He tried to.' t weigh what Joe Craig hsd writtifn I 'to him. tried— he told hinij ^eif -|b: he fair. But he was iinubli TO rli! himself of Ihe feeling that an .n- '• justice had he .Mi ilone Iiini. More; than ever he felt like an outcast—j he bad bejn mjured unnecessariiy i —Kita. granting what Crairt said iwasi true, had kis»pd him out of charity, or pity, and he wantel neither. Hi« sen .«e of iujnry mounted as ,_tlie «:onterils of the Jioitle iu from ; jjof him dvi;!ndled. He siiw h^imseir iiagain on thelliitle starlit hlH witii (ilUla in his arms, liis lips presse I [ [against he -rsr once more felt her j l«lip our of ihis eiuhraco .-nil heanl j her whis|)er tlie words that had Hint bin hope.s t rashing. . . . Like being )>ermllted a nilet glimpse of Pai-adl«e and then haWji?; the diwir filainined In 'hfs face. Ko matter hon worry he felt for Rita, itaai wax one thing he <-onld not forglv<». T6ai wan something even Joe Craig. wNe aj* he might tbink himaelf, did not.know ahont. . . . Jo'f Craig. . ; . Hnh:;) . . Hia Uainifelt.iclouded. intlamed. 272.6 -;WPO AUantlcl CIty-IICO COS-Ulhnet Coiiceri 9:00—.\uctlon Brldce !»:3o—D:^nce Orchestras 285 5-^V/BAI. ^altii^ore-1010 7:Cu—Stfomberg-Carbioiii Hour 8 00—WBAL Ensemble »:00—I>a'nce-AlU5lc 5C «.2— WEEI Boston—590 7:00— Seiberlln* Singers 7 :S0—Pilgrims 8 00— EvtM -cady Hour H uu— Auction: Brldec 461>3^WNAC Boston— eSO T:JO—Op^ry liou«e Tonlifbi S Su—Kntertalners 9.t'0—Dance Orchestras 30J .4—WGR Buff, is— 990; e :no—Voters Service SHU— Kvjere.idy I) our d:i>o -^u >:tlon Krllge , 545.;i-^WMAk Buflalo—550 7 :00—I'.>pular Prograni S;::'P—<»ld F:i.'ihl«ne<I Uanrs lo.i:; —WMAK Follies 5J5it—WTIC Hartford—590 C .iin- A 'l .rcr^ Service I :.«—Trinity Culh-ne *) alogue 7 iMi — S'llierlinKiSlnger^ A III tloii HrldKe ; 423.3—WOR Newirk— 710 tli—.<li*-llon J-:nsenil»l <l; .Speeili I'lo- in-'-rs- 1; "O —ISyirs Dinner Dance: 7:..ii—.Se«»igiis <;hiin<'a ! I;!.-r-|-;in(llle" i "0—Chj.ht Invisible !':i"i—l.lvterlne Hour lli.".'.—Irriaier fJrclie.strU 491.5—WEAF New york—«iIO :.;fiO—W.-vIdorf Astoria Orchtatra il.'ii)—Wrters Service j ' 1;:;"— .Najliirial .Muslcalitlea 7:i'0—.Seil,erlins Singers 7. :"—-•%ir Weavers }. i"_i;vrread.v Hour ;';i">—.Mertioii iirid ^-e • •.•..:0—Dance Orchesn^'jO '.T hrs.) 454.4— wJz ivlew York—«60 T'-OO—Ho:cI ManpT Orchestra, t.i.i.—"Irish s:.-it«-r.s": Jiane l.aval 7 :i>.i —S;ti)-iib*re Carlson Hour t .d —i*u:itu.»-nials >;::M^T ..iri.| Tots S;„o—.M^e Sinsi i: Breen: Peter d« Itose . , ' lO.'C'O—.Siuniljvr Ma.sivr 403.2—WFI-WLIT Philadelphia—740 4'-0—Cliildr^n's Twiligl t Hour 6':U—i.'i>l:oerl. Orchestra . 348X^WOO Philadelphia— 850 1:30—WOO Trio I 3:5.6^KOKA Pittsburgh—950 5130—I.fStle Symphony! Orchestra ' 7:w0—S:ronb«.rK Carlson ilour S "«—C'Hitinentals | 9:uu—.\iixanders RaRt.lme Band 483.6f-WJAR Providence—620 6:00—Vo'Iers Service | . ' 1 On—S.-jbrriins Siiicers S i"p—i:ver«;a,dy Hour 1 9;00—AuciiOH Bridge I 277.6-i-WHAM .-Rochester—1080 7 :00—StroiiilHrc Carlsin Hour 8 m»—i<'.»ntinenra!s" | 9:«0—Studio rrosram 379.5.i-WCY Schenectady-^790 7:00—Selb-rllnz Singers 7:Ji>—Air Weavers | II fi>-^Kveready Hour I 9:00—.Afjcilon P.rldt:e Oamea ; ' 333.1—WBZ Sprinflfleld- 900 S:ll— EUrt Dolan's Ori^beslra' i;:3u—Hunleal Prograni ' 7:iKi—Sfromberic CarL'-bn Hour »:0j—Bo.stqnlans i •: SSC3-|-CKCi. Tori)nto-«40 C;00—Pcrpular Music 1 - i:l)t)—Symphony Orchestra S:00s-Li5ht! Opera Hour 10:00—FMiphone Recorders 488.5— WRC V^ashlnolen—840 8:00—Vi«tei<s Service ' 7:00—.S«-^berIlng Singers a no—KKtready Hour 1 K.uO—Aui'tlion Bridge - 616.^—WTAG Worcsstsrr-S80 6:00—Voters Service 7iiO—S-'lberllnir Singers i vu—Asctlon Bridge : SOUTHERN 296.«t—WWNC Ashevllla—1010 £:i£>—Diiuier Music 3:IS—Old Tiros Muslo 9:00—Bridge I.essoD 47|S.9—WSB Atlanta—830 7:00— Selherllng Slngera 8:00—Kveready Ilour 9;00—AMctiun Bridge Carats 243.8— WOOD ChattanooBa—1230 7 :30—Classical Program 8:00—Studio Program a84 .4 -'^KTHS Hot Sprlngt—710 £:'!&—farmer's Raillo Chautauqua 8:00—Snml-Classlca 1 8:30—K^idse I-esson I 340 .7— WJAX Jaeksonvlll* -.880 7:0<^—Orchestra 7:30— Itrldge Lesson 10:00— C(rchestra 461,^ WHAS Louisville—« S 0 7:88— Studio Concert 8:00—Ever ^ady ilonr • 9 :00 —.^action Bridge Gaines S1&9-|-WMC Memphis—580 7 :00— Seibiirllnff Singers 7:.30—Theaitrical Talent 8:00—Eveready Hour 9 :00—Auction Bridge Oatnes. 336f .94w'SM Nashvillte 7:30—Djnnlor Coneert 3:00—Eveready Hour 9:00—Auctiion Bridge i;£—KYW I Chicago—570 T i)i>-struniDertr Carlson Orchestra '» 110—i"oB!inehtal« ? <-'i—and Pete • V) MU-^Art l-lnick 3(5.6—WEBM-WJJO Chicaoo—820 < :'J0—Selberllng Singers 5 Oil—Theater and Studio b-3'J—<'hlldren of Mooseheart .1 Oo— :5iudio Program i2 his.) 416.4—WCN-WLIBChlcaao—720 7.-S0—Dinner Concert »:•«>—Eveready Hour ?<:00—Auction Bridge » JO— Salerona 344.6—WLS Chicago—870 e 00—fftipperbell Program ;:»—Personalities In .Music 447.5—WMAQJWQJ Chicago—670 8:30—Dinner Co'ncert 40n—.Musical Program !»:4j—iIu«lolans' Club of Women 10 Ji—Orchestra -428.3-W4.W Cincinnati—700 «:00— n .lndbox Boys 7ir.—Crrj^fey Ensi mble S Ii—L'rosley Co<incks 361.2—W8AI Cincinnati—830 7 00—Selb-rllng SinKi-rs • 'j"0-.\ui-iliin Bridgr y no-Hli'iclA Oii.-<ri<'t 3S9.8-WTAM Cleveland—760 7:00-SrllivHnjs Singers 11 uO— Kvi 'rea<:y Hnur 9 I/O— Anefion Rrldee 282.8—WAIU Columbus—1CC0 1:00 - Orohi-stra S45.1—WFAA Dallas—550 7 :flO -.<.-il<er:ing Slnjiers 7;.:«'-Alr Weavrrs 374.8—woe Davenport—800 «-30—.luvenlle Progi*am siiO -^Mveready H"ur 9:00—Auction Bridge 9:30—Armand Girlt • 635.4-^WHO Des Moines—^ 7:00—.Setl>erlinc Sinrers •.i;00—.Auction Brid'.;e 9:U0—Dance Music 440.9—WCX-WJR Detroit—680 K:30—Dinner Music 7:i>i)—Stroiiiberi; Carl«on Orche.«tra 9:u0—lied Apple Club i2 hrs.) 352.7—WWJ Detroit—850 ' C;30—String Pickers ' 7:00—i *i 'iberni.s Sinsers i S:00—Kvcready Hour 9:0'j—-Xurtion Bridge 499.7S-WBAP Fort Worth—600 6:00—/-Uppers I 8:00—Varied Program 361.8,-WOS Jefferson City-330 • 7:30—Address ' S:I.-'—Vocational Radio School 370.2—WDAF Kansas City—810 6:00—School of the Air 7:00—Seilierling Singers 8:fc0—Eveready Hour 9:00—f.^uciion Bridge , 293.9—WTMJ Mflwaukee7-1020 6:00—Voters Service j • 9:00-Auction Bridge ' lU :3ff— Frolic 405.2—WCCO Minneapolis-St. Paul-740 6:00—National League Women Voters 8:00—Kvcready Hour 9:00—-Auction Bridge- 9:30—Gilbert & Sullivan Operas 508.2—WOW Omaha—590 7:00—Singers 8:00-^Popular. Old Time Music 9:00—Auction Bridge Ganies 499.7—WOAI San Antonio—600 9:00—Gebhardt Mexican Plavrrs 645.1—KSD St. Laulst-550 7 00-:Serberllng Singers !5:iio—Kyeready .Ifour »:«0—Auction Bridge 84818—'KVOO Tulsa-^«60 6:00—SlL'«by'» Red Peppers 8 :S»—Selberllng Sing-rs - 9:30—Amiand Eniertainrrs 344.8—WCBD Z.cn—870 •. 8:()0—Cornet Qu.iitrt. Vocal Trio; i .Organ WESTERN ,S25.»—KOA Denier^9:0 7:30—Dinner .Concert '8 30—Farm Question Box 9:30—Dance Program 468.5—KFI Los Angsiss—640 9:30-^PopuIar Ballads 10;00-^N"BC Prpgrams «2 hrs.) . I 416.4—KHJ LoS Angeles—720 t:(iO-i-Pollce. Fire Department pro- i ' gram • :30-^Troabadours 3383T-KNX Los Angsiss—890 11:00—Chinese Theater 13:01^—Cocoaotit Grove Orchestra j 384.4—KOO OakUnd—780 11:04H-R*told Tales ll:30-i-NBC Program 608.2—KLX Oakland—S90 lO.-OO—Special Program 11:«0—.Danco Program ;(91.S—KGW PortUiid—810 lO:30-J-AuotJon;Bridge Games ll:00-rEverea4y Hour 454J.3—KFRC San Francisco—860 ll:00-k:oncerti Blusfc 12:«I0—Dance Music t2 hra.) 422^KPQ 6an Francisco—719 S:30—Organ: jviolln 10:00—NBC Program 10:30—Anction; Bridge > Games 348.6—kj|{ Seattle—ac 10:00—Two PaJJtJTwlha 11"H)»—Levlcnn'e-Irrlo 13:00—Dance MtAlc . 370.2—KHD rpokane—810 I0:30.^Auction Hrldga O. K. rSEli CARS —192.-.. Chevr^p- let touting; 192-1 Chevrolet to5.rIng: 1324 Ford roadster; 13^4. Ford Injuring: 192:: Stndebakpr 4 ;pas=..;coiipe; 1S22 Ford coupe; 1923 Ford coupe: 1927 fnevrotet ton truck with cJb: .Peirliss">" touring; 1' J 2 I . Dodge roadi-f.V; 192-1 (Aevrolet Ion truck, with grain bodr; 1921 Overland touring: nearly new tnternatioiial grain ijody for tnuk, l92.-> Foij-d roadster: 1!«2G Ford roadster. Shelly iMolor Co. llS We-l .lac4j- P 'l"be fid. 192C CHiJVairKK SKll.V.V -Chrys^'r ••flu" coupe; Chrysler "tin" macit: Chrysler "70" touring: l'.«2.'> Kojd tuih-r sj 'dan: Purd roadster;-; FoVd couoesi' Ford luiirlugs. .-Ml are'iu P^nllry and SuppllesJ BARRkr? "nock Soosi ^Kfi sale, all new .Missouri stoc Sleimel I'hcne 94::-I2. 49 -For k:!.I. A. BABY CIUCK.-^ -Fi >r .Ian. 17-am3 24. delivery. Custom hatcnitlg. 2c per egg w hen set and :{c per 'i hick added when hatched. Siurdy Chick Hatchery, 220 %Vest sireeci IXCl'^ATOR— r.iul i.il automatic. Ihe kind O. K d liy i;overn4iem; pa .VDietita if iK-sired._^ Phone TfKIr _ ROdS'Tf-RS— Full biood Ki.se'Coiiib .White Wyandoites. Phone ;i.'.2j-ll. SIN 'riLk CO.Mli. RKOS-Stiiie aJ- crcHliied ll(«k; cockerels. if2.(ln; laying pullets. »1.2 .'i; well matured slock. .\lrs. .1. '1. .Alli -ii, eiiil North Cotton wowl. gooil shape, Ross Arl.ilckle's Cer- . ._^ MERCHANDISE 4rticle<i For Sale 51 Auto AyremtorteM. Tires. Part* 1.3 i WRKCI ^LNi; ^-j HVKKLA.N'jl - l )at- | lery. Ures. new sef u heels -Jlid ' demiJiilUable rims, luhi Wreil^ng f'o. VJione 7s2. 1 V: AUCTIONS^ 1^ j_ _ • Anrtions ^ ipA Cd.M.Mi'NI 'fvsVLK' At iJiH'ifvpe, 'K:iii.-^..-U'ednesdav. .1,111. 11. a! 1- p. 11!.:; '22 Foil! coupe: '2:; IVOMI loiipe. good; '2:! Clievrolet superior louring: new rire.s: hoifees: cattle: good hogs; 2 fancy l>jiroc hoar/;.; (hickens; lots of feoo-l hoiiseiiold furniture, inclmlii)?; 2 extnt 'goo<l <-ook stoves. Chas. Drajjo^. Auctioneer. i'VBLie AUCTTO.V —Public autlion every Saturday ai l':m o'clock at Ttjahon's S'aleg' Pavilion. ^ BUSINESS SERVICE CI.O.^i.M: tll'l" .Steel 1 ntps;. ;.\'o. 1 traps. 17c; ."^o. l'_. traps. 2Cc. .-\lieil CoilUly Illipiemellt Co., FAIRMA.N'KS \\Ai;(».\' .-'CALKS For sale, well v.orth the nimiey. Phone 7"':. NATIVK LlMliKR .Mietly I oak. any dimensions. See Paul .-itkins at 'Owl Creel; Stoik I-':irm.- i'ljmihjs wiifit lliimbolil.t or i;ill Bud White :Motei- Co.. plume lSii,.ilola. ilres^niakfrn: and Milliuerjc 2j skw ^.N't;- Wanr plain and f»nc.y: chililrCn'.s garhieiits a .-piit-i^lty. Jmiuij -»J50S _Xorth AValnut. Biisineii.s and Office F.QuiDnient 54 T,Yf'l-:WRlTKR3 J -'or sale, rent or. trade. Willi:ims Tvpewriter Co,' J^in^We-;! Madison. ; JFnel, l|eed. Ferlilizers .'A BALkn ALF.ALFA Timothv and clover, and pr:iirie liav.' Stewart Funk. BAI-KB il.W- 2-^c I.ale at baiil.- Lewii I'onei:. ~-4 mile eii.st .=;terl- .i:!= tleiiht«. , _ MoTfng. Trnrking. Storage 21 CXLU BEA.N TRANSFER— Phone SSi. wJJl move you by hour ox contract, ivith experien<-ed itie^- WHEXlvOU -MOVE— Or store yoar goods jcall Corr's Traiisfei|. Offt-7e 140. r<?!ideiice 140. H.VYi -$'> per ton :i! iiarn: 20;" -iiale. •-. 1.. :\r!iiild. :^ miles soiith-- I wer't of lo'a. Hoaseiiold Good:! Frn.VlTrRK — New and second hand, lis East .lackson. Phone -Mel W. Fuller. cEMPLOYaiENTi Help Wanted—Male i n.ys HA.\'GP :3--. VI w ones, -prices, piiaranteed slo'/cs. ninjcer's FiirHitiire St.ire. ILS Madison. . low Hen- 'West ;WA.VTED—I'^xcellent opporm'nitri-s now airailablc for indiistridiis men. 2 .-1 III *i' ye;irs old to nialie parse IiTofits^ selling llelier.int 1- Products direct 111 consuniei s ill! your Inline i?oii:-i.v-. l-cirse :!nd best, ^.ell- iiiK liA-. ."^iroim CoiijiKHiy. 'V;iy©.< most ct>-operatiiiil. Ij>w w-lioje-^ale. priCi:"^.; No •'Xp «'rit-nce n-oded. We teaili tiud continue to assist-yon. <;ive jiife. occupation: reteren<:e. C. iHeberliUK Conijctny. ".Dept. tiy2. B ^onilnKtiit!. 111. _ OVERSTCFFED — Living room suite. •{ iii»:,-e; llni.zi'T kitchen r-aliine?. Call afier :'. i>"i loi-k! at 2i>I South Elm. (ivERSTiFFKI) P.MtLOl! -SiriTES. Walnut lyining and Bedroom Suites. KM-hange voiir old for- iK 'W. Ea: .V jiaymenis Curlia Furniture Cii . I.;inarpe. PRIV.VTE .SAI.K- Of liousehold ,f ;iii)ils at 111 ^:i >u!ti Chestnut .•.tr-t. Phone I':!:';4J. : FINANCIAI, : B^slnrsH Opp«r1uiillle!« 3S TIRE ji'llOP An old • .tahli.-hc.l lire tales and service shop.;;gooil loc:;ti<5iii. payinK .business;; hul ' awiier^ has opening iiii aifotber line. 0-iced to sell. For fii?! de- ^J'Jt' P^^yJ^i. _''^'1*' It'-l^l^'Pr Money to Loan—iMiirlifaiteit 4il PIIIVATE SALE llouseliold KOOda, ill! Milling kili-hi -11 table, chairs, ice • liii\ ;:as ransje. daveuporl. porch .-i*iiij.-. aiiiireznoM. Call :il F^jje- noithtte:U < orrier Wheeler•^--Height:!. _ _ ^ •' Wanted—To Huj ' • [ U 13:00-Retold Ta l:0Ua—Dance U aaotlwr. ilrink. Tr.v to be ia»ii{>nal about this, thing. •, . . lie stirred uneasily, made .it'i imiiatitait ue:-tiire ^vith his .han(?. i Then with :i 'enrfie he setit thtj ihdtlf crashing to ihe floor in an an.^r.v sweep.of his arm. his h'-;'(l'leJI forward and Iw slept. He awoke the next ijicriiing in his own ^oom and witliout i5>morse.|l Since cominir to Chicajro ^he had spent mi«n.y evenings in jiist. such a mannvr.' His tongue| f^lt thick but \if was! c'lear-head.'dj A cnp oj'j hot «off;e.; black, a ruil for hlK 'treef c:(r tind then another day of, Work, i'nioadlns: freight nil day lonjt. Ii_ was heavy uor^.jmonot- oiioiis. ifrah but what ; tl^c .wa«| l|)ere iniCjiicaRo? He Iiad; merely Ioafe<l at fif.st. fpending matt ol bis waking Ihcnirs gambles until he had uiterf.v wearied of it. :He liad at last fQuiid <«pmetbln{: tha« rapped him of HktlreiitleHaDe**: there was a «rnel ^o^ In mnkinic his mnnclos ach«. ami retnrnlne to bi'si room each er|nU)( wear} uid stee. jbifl body facfslied beyond the- tatfgue ofbl* AatoDoU A CSED CAIJ- ' Sai"s and Ser ti> bnv good. I'lJ P5 ijsle AUTOMOTIVE lie Agencies- is as dependable as pARM :i-OANS—QnIck rea'Dtfa-ble rates. \. thorne:, l.-.Vi West .Mad! i-TART THE .\EW YEAR RIGHT— iJrili^ u~ your cri-am. 4»»t. Allen CountV Cream Co. Irda Ka'ns. Bf-lrvlcfi anil n. iHaw- Hon. X WA.NTEfJ TK BI'Y -All klnils ot eatUe and lir.fis. .1. C. Butchfer. FApSi : A.N'l) Cl-^j-y LOANS?The .•\H^i! roiuily liiv. sirivni Co.i Kelley Hotel Bid?., loia. Kaii-s^- FAR.MIAND ' fMTY LOA.\S ^*Ba3e rate farms. :7'.. ciiy 6'.'. iMng or shartitihip. R. M. Cunnlnghara. property Browrj'."; .MO.NEY— To loan on farm ami city .lackson Realty Co^ over jPms Store. WA.NTEI)- lliiod Fold »oupe or 3«i !au for cood lour romii house, fit would tiude :t ifiiinl r-.iillo lor car. Chiiniiev .Sweep. . - ' REA ^r, JSTATE FO^^^^^ Farms and Land For Kent 78 Sit -VCrtE F.Al:.M For rent to good, reliable jiariy.. Iniiiiire 22;'. .\prth Colborn streiri. .MO.VE? "TO LOA.V—On farriis or city pjopertv. Lowe.st ratc^ Stewart & Fuiik. MONEt TO LOA.V—On real ^stAte, repayable in small monthly pay- luenisit These loans never come due - hettcr becjiuse cheaper and ijiore cnnvepient. Security Building A: Loan •fv.-'sn.. 1st Natl. Bank Btdg. .Ilonses For. Rent COTT.XflE Four rooms, modern, cIO'-T in. IiKiiiii-.- at Dr. Curtis office. • ' ; HOrSE —Foiiij riiom and panlr.v^at 611 ^r.nh Walniii. Iniiiiire 23 Oampix-U. I - the dealer wiio sell.s it. Do<lge l'|;i-e. Tile ijest place ... „ -.spendable u.sed cars. -At present we'^'ave a complete line of -Ijiith open^nd closed models, priced to sell-; Ellis .Motor Co., 21. .Vorth AVashingron. - BLD WHITE MOTOR CO.—Hud.son- E.<isex dealers. Everything In high \ class used cars. You will find what you want here. All priced worth the money. We trade or Bive liberal terms. 219 S.; Wash- ineton. t'hone ISO. '. • ' - ABtomob»e8 For Sale 11 OAKI.uV.Vr) -^Deali-rs — PO.VTIAC '37 Pnntiac de luxe landau Hcdan. driven Bu') inlle»: '26 . Oakland coupe; '26 Pontiac coacb: 'Za Bnick light iii'x touring, fine Kbape: '27 Kord conpe: '2."» Kord tudor. fine shape: 'iU Overland coupe. ROcdV '2C Cbevroiet coupe: 'i^ Chevrolet touring; '24 Dodg^ touring. Several other good used ,eturai,^^Ciui]i. tamw'or trade. Uotoart . _1 UVE STOCK HisFsen, Cattle. Yehlcleit 48 FARM^iiMl'L'RMENTS tlors«^;. cat:le and hops. C. E. .^'l-Vey, ?, jniles northi-of I.:iHar{i*. FR.FStf'COW—Foiir-ycar-ohl; mare, aild ^ed prairie hay foii sale., A. D.5.Morri.<on, lola R. ' HOLS'tELV HEIFER — Regliitere.i; fresh jchristmas day: al.so others due t$ freshen in January.^ Roy Paul, Jloute 1. ' '• REAL ESTATE FOR vSALE Bniker-^ iin Keal Kstate R 'F«.)R .S.\LE OB TRADE- Lallarpe: ten acres well. improvtHl. chwei in-; store buildiul?. well Iix-ated. lola:-; four room h^iuse in city; :!i; acreH . three miles Out. Humboldt: T-wo: improved cil y properties.^ W\ H., "Wood. I-alla rpe. Honses For Sale 8i HOi;SE—.Modern, •'. i^Jts, 4ii atrea , land; will siell or trade for iany- • thins. I>. K. Oean. .''.22 South ^OalL HORSfjS — iFarmfng impltniienls and trfachiiicry; an kinds of;fec'J; or -wift ira*-' for lola property or smallsuburb. B. W. I!<»U.- 11 Scott 5(treei,.lola; .- SEVTCRAL S.SLVLL DWELLINCS— ; For sale clleap. on eai'v terms. S.MALL clleap. C. L. AVhItaller. Phone 220. Sabur^ian For Sale, 87 RED llALE HfXJ—Inquire .Marv EdWajds, '4 milcH north ami 2 miles vwest of lola. 47 EW^—Ready to lamb; regie- tered C>uro<: <boar; two KOWH;;BOI)KI •(-yeac^id mare: 3-year-old horse; 10-y«^-old horse: »I.x yearllrig steen^ E .'-J. Ronslck, 3 ihilea aoiitli'|iit.Kent&dcy< MY (MODERN .". .\CRB—Sirbtirban * home. Oram BilMie, East I .awn, lola.^-Kans. To. Exrhange—Real Kutafe iffLEARBl'-VOALOW—r-, room, with •l&arage in Kan.sa.s City, .Mo., for lecrcage or small lola projicrty. 'Address "Land," care R^lMer.

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