Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 18, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, February 18, 1933
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Mf- and'Mrs. Jerry Htwkett and their daughter Mrs. CJiiford 0all and iier chlldrefl of Mildred wete guests Friday of Mr", and Mrs. Grant Shockei;. Mrs. Hackett is a sister of Mti.; Shockey. • Le^ H< bart left JFriday morning ior ^ith ta attet aa overnight visit with : his parents, Jllayor and Mrs. Harmpn JHobart. AXMINSTER RVGS ; New Patterns ) Large Selection Easy rernis Free Delivery ' W. H; Wood Pine Fuh»ifnrfrSt«rc 202 S. Jeff. Phone 100 Mrs.;Xi. S. Warnei} and her children Ihor >thy Jean and Robert arrived I^ic ay evening 1 for a week-end visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Warner. L^ £. Warner \v*lll arrive Sunda,y tol j)in theni and accompany Ijjs famil r home Sunday evening. —Tune In on 1175 for Plumbing an^ Repailr Work. lola Plumbing Co. " Miss H ith O'Neal ^as able to be out FrCday afternoon for the first tijne si^ct undergoing an operation /for th^ removal of her appendix about four weeks ago at St. John's . hqjipltal'. •"WilJard Trombold. a student at the Ih4epenaence junior college, visited' SVednesday with his niother MES. George J. Trombold and her family. • I • ^ I $5.00 REWARD Will be paid for the return of th^ bayonet taken from the Ipla Theater last night. , No questions asfeed. Mrs. E. H. Quinn entertained Misses Leora and-Billic Stith at dinner Tuesday. Mrs. Jennie Dorland ..and her daugjhter JMrs. Carl Maan-and Mr. Manh returned, today; to tielr- home in Neodedia after an overnight vis- At 'wltli ^friends here. They formerly resided in lola. Mrs. !R. A. Bell of Caney, and Mrs. CL. Aldermah and Mss Nell Zimmerman of Elsmore were giicsts Tuesday afternoon of t&eir sister. Mrs. C. N. Wilson and Mr. M^Slson. Mrs; O. W. Winder, who has been' iU with the flu'fcMt the past fotfe weeks, is reported much; improved. MENU FOR- SUNDAY Rice feroth- Roast Leg of Lariib Sifte* Peas Baked Chicken'with Dressing Prime Ribs of Beef' Au Jus Roast PorK wlth'Crtinberry Satlce Head Lettuce with- 'Thbusand Island Dressing Baked Potatoes New Green Beans Hot Biscuits Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream POLLY ANN CAFE J. W. Kerschner of Morah visited Friday with his daughter, Mrs. T. A. Fudge and her family. —All merchandise marked in plain figures, selection, made easy. Sleeper Mortuary. Miss Vioila-Lewman, Miss Audra Matney; and' Mrs. John BradsHaw will leaVe Mdhdiay for a. three-week vacation in Hot Springs, Ark. Regular Meeting Monday Night, 8 p. m. Memorial Hall EARL HUNTER. P. C. E. H. Aridrfews, proprietor of the Andrews- stbre. will leave Sunday for Kansas City on business. Lewis Harry, young son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W- Harry, who has been ill' with bronchitis . tl^e past week, is a little better. Mrs. Harry said this morning. Any Suit, Dr«» or Overcoat 'Cleaned and Pres.sed G. P. Odor and his graaddwjglitar Louise Odor wiQ spend SuiidBy witii' .' Odor's daughter, Mi-s. Elsie Newnfan, in Nevada^ Mo. —Antrim Walt Pap^r StoM'- 2ifl' N. JeffetSon.. PMces right. Quality right. Service right. i : Mr. and Mrs. Ru*ell Mjijor'have as their guests today Mrs/ Major's parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Crotchett of Pittsburg. Improye^^^W^^^kiae tare Ctteest AM KAtomBk. Call 91 rot H<»t^ l!t«D«ery or ask your grocer Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Steeler of- Gannett Were- dinner guissts Friday n'dori of Mrs: Steele's brother, J. J. Williamson and family. '—Typewriters for sale, rent, trade. Williams Typewriter Co. . . • • V— . i •' •'• Everett Remsberg: and Ray Hale returned this njorntog frofiri a buslT ness trip to Kansas City. While there they attended the automobile show. . Attention Teachers. —The Register Job Department Witt now ba open di^ng noon hours and Saturday aftemooRS. Mr. and Mrs. E|. E. Drag<»^ wlH'^n^- tertain Mr. and Mi-s. Lyle Minson at dinner Sunday evening. lC«/Mift)>a'ndel--infc». cW<Hr.,of'.a^ hbia^two'pieces 5 tb^tlier^-^ " 11 Piriiilnlng, to, 13 l^thpitf'^'-fe^: woiiahimeaau i5 .pBeaE;\;. ^-sO'-^^dkl. 44>ilth,y,'' lT0rder5ea :;.f.- n^ei:^- 4,5Piece"6f 23' 2;jI^KiiBi£iter sound. 2*By."- •-• • 26 Determina' ,,MHty./ 28 Beret. 29 Deity. aS 'ft' 'contt^^irt. 35I«i^ie*=*ril1i-a •jii^^in, as srcaiWch" title. 38 igyii. Isfmh 39 Net.weights of cohtaihers. \ 40Iliibbbd clean, i 42 Sleeps. I 43 "From — r- to VEEMPICML lArikMiQ6. 2 Canada,'U~ cialleda. —? 3 Sof(;.^r<iom, 4 Within. ij Entrance. (iBoy:"^ • 7£S(1US?K4., . neighborhood. 9 Formed'a; " foundatloiif? . yaVjnaces. e llns,... i^e' In >.,..w>>w„iiraiit. 4irf4S^'^4'it 42 Long narrow inlef. 44 Doctor (abbr.l. • 35c- . FRi'fiR BROS. GEOCERY : Jersey Brann Flakes, 4 pkgs. 25c ; : Hawkeye Crackers. 2-lb'. pkg.. : n <Special Monday only) ...16c : : Michigan Navy Beans. 5 lbs. 13a : T.NJTr-jSoap. lb. bar. 6 fdr.-.22c : ;aelox :Speed iSoap. reg. 25c. pkg.; only I I .• 15c : i;Ph6ne401 .VBLESON CLEANERS : ' Phone 105 : One Day Service If Desired : Mrs. Emma Rogers and her I daughter Mrs. Morris Justice and I Mr. Justice will leave this, evening [for Wichita where they,, will be MODERN GARAGE Comiilet«ly Equipped General Repair Oiling- and <xrea8 !nK Car Washing ^ General Tires and Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 _ • • Chase BrpwTi of Tulsa drove to jlola last evening returning today ac- jcompanied by Mrs. Brown and their ison Larrj' Jfflton, who^ have been Spending the past two weeks with I Mrs. Brown's parents. Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Kaufman. RUGS! RUGS! —Nev; shipment. , Latest designs ..; j week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.' ^"d colors f6r less at Curtis . I Tommy Stark. Mrs. Stark . C. Earl: Williams returned last; daughter of Mr.s. Rogers, ^night from Bloomington. 111., whei'e { — »he has be'en attending the national! ATTENTION convention of' the Kansas State \ Base Burner and Brooder Users. Farm Mutual Insurance. company. —A n^ddern establishment. Waugh Funeral Home. Miss EWisy. Burton of LeRoy was n guest Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Sheline. Mrs. E. I. Sifers and her infant 'son Dorf |Shelton Sifets returned home Wednesday from the Research hospital in Kansas City. .SUND.\Y DINNER J2:00 to 8:00 b; m. : —30c ^ Chicken Noodle Soup Roast Chicken with Dressing Fried Spring Chicken Roiast Sirloin of Beef ^ Scotch Ham Steak including three vegetables. . Sal!.id. Dessert, and Drink KOZY KOyE j ^ : Mr. and Mrs. Harry TliompsoiV and thejr daughter Joyce[ dolleeft of Independence speiit Wsdnesday ; in lola objbusfness. 'Wliile here ihey visited Mr. Thompson's.parlents. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thonipson. Mrs. S.i W. Waj-npr will an-ive ^ Silnday from Eureka for an e.xtdnd- 'ed visit with her son.! C. J. Warner and his-fdmily. j • —We have just received a car of base burner and brooder coal. lola Coal & Junk Co. Phone 317. 409 North Jefferson. Fred L. Lyon of the lola Laundry is confined to his hed with a severe attack of tonsilitls. Mr. and Mrs.^S. M. Mewhinney. 524 South Kentucky, announce the birth February 15 of a 10-pound son whom they have named Richard Monroe. Any Dress, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed 35c Let us Clfean and Repair all those old garments now! ••'.STPOTtESS CLti<*IERS- Phone 797 111 W. Madison j Miss Bemice M :Niel. a teacher in I |the Independence rity schools, camt; MpRt evening for week-end visil; rith her parents. Air. and Mrs. B. L. McNiel. The Powder Puff Beanty Shop —has installed a new REALISTIC Croquipnole Permanent Wave Ma- "hine. Mrs. J. D. Arnett. Phone 168. I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pennington have as their guests for the week- 'end, Mr. and Mrs. .H. E. Blaine of Joplin. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. JBlalne of Delta, Colo.; and J. C. Elaine and his son Frederick of iFi-azeysburg, bhio. H. E. Blaine |W. F. Blaine and J. C. Blaine ara mothers of Mrs. Pennington. Mrs. W. P. Lewis and her son Rex went to Ottawa this morning where^ Rex will undergo an operation on his eye; —New Midget Radios. $13.50. Henninger's Furniture Store. Mrs. :E. C. Thoroman, who has been ill for a week, is able to be out again. ^ lEWS OF LAHARPE Losers In Farmers, Union' Memb.-i ship Contest to Meet In La- Harpe Ilotel Monday. -i • M SALE^ • , I A New Deal Watch Monday's paper • I for New- Prices^: •, CUT RATE CLEANEJRS 109 West St.—Phone'i775 We Will Not Be Undersold Mrs. L. R. 'rtiompson left this morning for Manhattan called by the death of her father. Glen • I O'Brien, which occurred there yes[ j terday. in the seventy-eighth year of : his age. : John L.i Sleeper of lolfl has recently, beeb appointed .d ca,det captain ot the R. O. T. C, uiiit at the Unlversityi of Kansas. Ml-^ Sleeper is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. sleeper. Lloyd Moloney returned' to his work at thBiOr^thousc grofcery yesterday aflier being confined to his home by illness,the past vTeek. AUTOMOBILE _ PAJNTING Wrecked Automobiles Repaired. Wood Work Repaired on Automobile Bodies. Acetylene Welding. r. C. McCAKTY A SON : • 301 South St.—Phone 216 SELF SERVICE GROCERY —ted D«^rtlnent-^ Green Spear Staitcn.. Green SikearB|;<r Mash...... Red iSpwwERg; Mash Block Saltv 3 blocks. Oyster; ShcU ' .St .39 .S1.8S .S1.6S $iM ...80c Mrs.iORJal MltcheU. district juvr- nlle depTitisrof the A. O. U. W. lodgB, tvent jto Ghanute last: night to attend the ejlectlon and installation of office]^-nfj the juvenile lodge of thai city: South Side Bible class mfet ye^erjd^y |afternoon at the Ihome of Mrs. jla Watson, who also was in charge-of! the Jesson. The, meeting rtext Friday afternoon will agaUi be •held injtbe home of Mrs. Watson. TJ»lrte«i memWrs were present at t^i^;mei|ti^g yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKinney and thQlr daughter Miss Ellriore and their son Bob will drive to Emporia Sunday to \'Isit Miss Pauline McKinney. who is attending the Emporia teachers college. Miss Pauline is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McKinney. WERS NMKKWI .U )!1.N «0 .N -.vas im- hiil ac-iilii'tril. Tl-.c i-- ItKl>i.')K"S Trans is a J'KKKI-V A isiaiirl ISL.V.ND. iiicaiiiiii: oyer or acros.s. LAHARPE. Kas., Feb. 18;—Frank JAshley was able to b«i down tov/h ^his week for the first tinie in sev- prai-days due to a severe illness with influenza. • ~ v Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Olford returned FWday fiom falue IVIbund'-to Ijve at their home here' for awhile, Mr. and >&s. Otis Barkei* drove to Lawrence, Kas.. Friday to sijewtf the day with thelf daughter. Miss Nadyne Barker, a studeht at Kansas university. Mrs., Anna Barfc'ei' ^Accompanied them ito -Law'rence^ where .shie visited lier niece, Mrs. John Harris and faniiftr.- I Harry DePoinler ^^e6 for-the Farmers Union' contpa'i^: 'ftlStty during tfe aHisence of; Mr; Moore'. Leo Affiley set ah incubator this^ iweek •aith 400' Engll* Le^onv iggs. Mr; Ashley- is goinfe Wck tro he business cf-raising; chickens and • ijwillj set eggs for other people. Chas. Hatton and Miss Ruth Schulze dtt>Vfr to-'Kansas City to|day to sj ^nd the week end with Miss Schulre's sisteri Miss Luthera' schulae a 'nd to visit other friends jand relatives.. • < ' Mr. ahd'Mrs. beo;!Ch^n(cy^aml L'on, Neosho, Mo:, and Mr. am ^mFs IWalton Ransom and small dauglV- jter, .Alma. Kas., have arrived attend the funpral serticK of Dr. A IN. Ransom at the Methodist church SimdtH>- afternoon. ,^ — There will be a meeting Monday evening at the LaHarpe hotel of jthos^ on the losing side of the Farmeijs-union membership contest I MI". Baker. Chanute, was a busi- ; ness Visitor here Friday aftemoonr ; Mr: and Mrs. C. C. Gregory, nefct pay-ard. visited Friday with theii- isonrC. W. Gregory and Mrs. Greg- iory.,- b. P. Y&ncey i-nd Marie drove to Elk! City Friday and rtrere ac- jCompaaied. home by Mr. • and Mrs. IHenry Brcck. and ?Irs. Yancey, who ihas been there for the past several •',idays. Mr. Slaw.son, manager of the lola jGreenhouse, Iqla, and district inan- pgerf of the Security Benefit asso- iation was in town 'Hiursday de- "mm -. ,Jiielsewhere iil )re ;^fthWj;dce . ransiers ;7^sessi,^n ;^pproximateu ovcff.tbi ^ 1 selling had the.paj^fi twp B^'OBiras .a' tejidepcy ' tJ^Mjers to cover S-'A somewhat! also holpfed, tj^yemept f«V' Of .16 ;i2gj-cars; m^lc, brini ^ipf the . icenfoi;iast , ^^ral^,„naj^lyed; al- iS.ijMMveilTeht'wasalmost a^TO;ffler^p^ng jifel^^nts.:. •wpi whiiSr news tic&rsj mentioned iuidc[iiklniy.-Qver^ ctrntinuanca of 30- ceiic qiip!rfi?^rJy: diyidend.:.. Pressure a^rigt ConsolW^tJed Gas reappear- edy fliat'l^ue' losing inbre than' a" point. -B^M-T also sagged-a couple of points. the sorcalled "wet" group, Liquid Carbonic rose about a point, aii'd' Kjttiohar Distillers, Crown Cork, Owens Illinois Glass and oth-, ers were up fractionally. Kails were about steady. High Caties Serv 2-3* SO.ol Ind....... 20 Amin Can 57 Amn T&l* 101"4 li-/ering Dowers for Llie McDjiiald funeral und called on Oi'iiceri of the .S.B. A. lodge here. Dan Braum ahd , Perry Abbott, lola, and J. C. l^core went to Par- con? Friday to attend a maiiageis meeting of the Parmei-s union com pany. " > . Alva Meeks v accompanied Mr. Bland to Chanute Friday wliere^ Mr. Bland took a treatment at the Johnson hospital. Philip EnsJhlnger ha.s retiirheii to his home nortiheast of town after attending college at Pittsbui'g Uie first semt ster of the year. Glen Rems^rg 1& working at. tin McpbhaW grocery stor^ during tlie absence bt-HOTcr Racion*. tJCr. htid'Sfrs. -Larson were in LaHarpe Friday afternoon, and Mr. Larsbp cailra on'business friends. Abdut dOflf attended'"the-meeting at the sc^bblHovgft I*hdSy; evening gfveh by-tHer Farmers ufiipli unit of AlWn • cOnhty. State* presl(tent, CaJ Ward arid-Mrs. Ward, state s>ecre- ta^, -Fl'o;jrd Lina-and Mrs. LinMi aud-Mip': and Mrs. John Wells. Topeka, and Mr.'Whittaker, Colony, were am^ng tfiose' present. ;Tbe AHeiir county unit wishes to" exjiress tiiel* apt ^«5Iati )lfe for thruse of the high school biiUding-'and to Ihosi: who took-jpart Vln the pfogram -l OUllTOffR-WAir SAVONBURG Mr. Walter Heath and Mr. Sam Elliott made a business trip to Prior, 6kla„ Monday. Mrs. Emma Starllper'and Mr. Wolf of Chanute, took dinner with A&s. Clara Gramburg Sunday evening. / Mr. and Mrs Wallace Tweeift> of Ft. Scott, visited hW uncle R. L. Tweedy dnd family last Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Elliott ahd daughter Rose Marie, visited at thu J. F.. Elliott home over the weekend. Mr. J. E. Elliott has been seif- iously ill with the,, flu. the past .tiett days. Mr. W. T. Barnhartr .of Denver, Colo'., arrived Monday t6r an extended stay with his kister, &&s. J. E. filliott. |. : ... Miss Isabel Boo,visited.he?' aitot Mr^. Yocum, itt. ioia, the latter pftrt- of lost week. She Bos been poorly, buf' ir better at this time. Mrs. Walter Heath is sUflSrhie: with severe attack of the flu thi* we^k. ." :, . , - • Sveryone is invited tot .'t3her Jilfeh school play Friday eveiui^. CdiMe and. encourage OUE yit >fibe ..£cdk3. - Amn Tob B Anaconda .. Afjaifcbn ... Auburn Beth Steel . Case J 11... Cl^sler ... C!<m G^ ... Con OH .... D'uPont i Geh Elec. ... i Gen Motors I Int Itarv ... Mont Ward . Packard j Penney J C Radio Socony Vac Std Brands SO of I*J,.. Union Pac . Texas Corp U S Steel .. Westingh E A sman ad m tlte GlMHSlfletf CW- unftis often pUfeovfef'a life deal. ' 54'^*: 7. : 41>;i; 42 ' 13% 11 -lL 11 >i, 48-1, 6 36 U. _^13^ 123A 17 n% 2',K 24'4 4', 6?4 IS -l/K 24«:: 73->^ I2 ^,i 27% 26^2 Low 2Vi 19ts 56% 10i>k 54 65 <i iO% 41U . I33:s 41 11 47 5-.i 36'.s 13 Vs 12 16^ ll 't, 2 23-.s 3 -K 6'-.: 141; 24iK 71 Vi 12 '.4 26'^s •25^ Close 56% 101% 54% 6-yt 40% 41% 13% 41 11'.; 6 36 U 13 IK 12-;s 16-.. 11', 2 24'; 4 6% 14'.; 24% 71':, 12% 26-; 25 '.V LOCAL PROOTTCE firsts ....J....'. 9c Eggs, seconds '?c Eiggs, thirds 5c F%gs, ungraded 7o Hens,. NO. 1 8c Hens,- Not. .2 . , 6c No. 1 brings, 1% lbs. up 6c rto. 2 Springs 4o CapOM, over-^abs llo tJapops, over, 8 lbs>- 9o CSapons over "i- IbS; 7c CapqBS, under 7 lbs 6c Capons,; under 6 lbs 5c SJIp^ 5c fiutterfat. lb 14c gfcagft. lb. i 4e CoOlis 3o CJeese. lb. 3o Guineas, each lOo White Dijcks,^ ft. 4c Cdfbred DuckSi lb 3o Xask, per fi). ic Mb^jCortJ- bu. ;i3c iS^dw Com, bu 14C Wfife«;b«f. - 27o Kaflfcorh 13o Kansas City Produce. ' liansas city. Feb: 18'. (AP)—Produce unchanged. Kansas City Grain. 'Kansas- City.. Feb. 18. (AP)— Wheat, 103 cars; unchanged ta <4 Ijigher; No. 2 dark hard, nom 43>/j- P2; No; 3, nom 43-51; No. 2 hard 43Vl.47'!i5; No. 3 44-44 '4 ; .No. 2 red 44 ''4 ; No. 3 'aVi-M. Close: May «%; July 42 '4;. Sept. 43?4. I Com:. 26 cars; imchanged to '4. higher; No. 2 white, nom 2l%.22ii; 1*0. 3. nom 2l'/i-2f«.; No. 2 yellbw 2i2; No. 3 21';-4; No. 2 mixed, noita 21-22; No. 3, nom 2I '4 -21»4, Close: May 22%: July 23";. Oats: 3. cars; unchanged to '4 lower; No. 2 white, nom 18-18'-:; No. 3. riom 17-18; • Milo maize, nom 47-51. , Kafu-, nom^ 39-42: . i Rye, nom 33-34. . _ ! Barley, nom 21-24. i . , ^ Kaiisas CKy, Livestock. Kansas- City, Feb. 18. (AP)-^U. S. D. A. — Hogs 900; receipts atostly direct a lew scattered sales 200» 2(B0 lbs., $3.05-$3.15; steady with Friday's average; no choice fered.- lights of­ fer the - Cattle 400; calves 50; week; fedsteei-s, yeariin^s and-fed heifers uneven, steady tc> 256 -lower; most decline o8 in-between-gtckdes weighty steers; fat cows strong to 25c higher; lower.grades 6i co'^ps- steady; tops: choice 1,050 and 1,120-. lb. steers $6.00; l,2fl8-lb. steers and Ught mixed yearlings; $5.50; vealqns $8.00; yearling stockers $5.60. She^p: none; for the week: lambs Eteadyj to weak-; sheep- steady; top fed lambs to shippers $5.65; Bulk fed lots $5.35-$5.50; extreme heavies down to $5.00; most slaughter ewes $2.00-^2.50; .fleshy feeding lambs $5.10; jothers $4.65-$5.00. HAPJflEB WITH 4 You 1 are very cordially invited to come in and seethe 1938 Chrysler ;Six^ which We have in our showroom. .... R0^AllliiiiE3EL&(»iii . ;'S«les—Servlc«--PartsE' MANi^WaBted to take care ot an established business in the sale.of McConnon Products, Itf Allen County. Good living' ririit- now with increasing profits aslyott become acquainted with, customers and busihess. We finance responsible persons. Experience not net^ essary. Apply by letter 'to Mc- eONNOIf COMPANY,: Special A-329, wiiiioaar-Minnesota 16 SitnaUons Wanted—Miilo FARM WORK Wanted, small wages.. _ See Orian Abbe, Parle. Hotel. i LIVE STOCK? 22 Poultry and SappU|ts Kansas City, Kas.—Alleged theft \ of electricity from the city formed | the basis of petty larceny charges i on which ten gypsies were arresied ; here .yesterday. PoUce said the No-' mad? •had "wired around" the meters in zheir houses. SWAPPER'S COLUMN FOR SALE OR TR.'VDE for lola property and'differertcc. 3'- acre suburban at LeRoy. State what you liave. Addres.s Box 86, care Reg ster. GAS RANGE—To trade for wood or combination cook stove. Phone 372. i TO EXCHANGE—Bred gilts for fat hogs, stock hogs, alfalfa, corn or cash. H. W. Chaney, Gas. ALL STRAIGHT Breeds Chicks, day! old, 500, $25; started chicks slight-; Iv higher. Special deal on,Custom' Hatching in case lots. Sunflower' Hatcherjs Gas City. i BABY CHICKS—For February 20tl| j hatch. 400 S. C. Reds, 175 Barrcdr Rocks, 200 Buff Rocks at $5.43 per- 100. Book your orders .now .for; |. custom haiching. Vf:c per egg.; Taylor Hatchery & Produce, 2011 i South Jefferson. ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions COMMUNrry SALE-Every Wednesday at J. G. Butcher's Sate Bam. Col. anock. Auctioneer. FWBLIC SALE^ommenclng at -10 ofclobk "Tuesday a. m., February 21; Ml old Walter Johnsort farm, 2H iai. north- and-il'4' ml. west or Humboldt; -fi mi. ;aw of lola, on Neoaho river: 38 head cattle^ ,7 head hoisesv- 24 head hogs. ioJPle-' ments, gfain- and hay, chickensr hoiSehold goods, etc. B. C Penny, owner Also 13 head of good reg- tstered <bwff. H. E: Brown, owner. ByWmiaiiiS strayed. Lost, Found LOST-L-6 months old Ught yeUow Pers an .kitten. Name "Buttons." Reward.; Phone 191. Miss Stith, ovetGl<rt*. , : > . r-, handritooled -.ipuw*. ap, containing Mick-ey MOuie card. Phone 979-11. Guy Oliver.'-•^-.-•:';--/y ^ AIJTOMOTEVB Antomohiles For Sate tJafeD^TOPEff aind Furniture. Store-. paeked. Henntoger's Fufn: Storei. SALES - • Dependable Used Canit and E^LIS MOTOR CO; . Phone. 3.0 Cash—Ttade—^enns. ; HUDSON-ESSEX—Parts- and ^Service, Bud White MotoitCo., 209 South street. Phone 60. PONTIAC-BUICK Sales awd Service juaranteed- Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jefferson Phone 80 6 Anio Aoceasorles, Ttres, Parts TEXACO PRODUCtS — Goodrich Tirei. Cash paid for used cars. Logab Reynolds,.307 West Street. Wholesale—GAS, PerGal., 5-% (Not! the Cheap'3rd Grade GasV yiNg OIL. AT GAS CO. BliSBSTESS SERVICE BABY.CHIOK!3 > ; 100'^ from flocks blood'; tested and certifiecl by Judge -Harris, poultry export. about-our ; go 'r Kiiaranteo on Custom ~ Hatching. i All li(>a-vy breeds i.5 ',i -c Ass't Heai'ies -. ..5c Custom Hatching V/:c or;$5 caise ? WILLSON^ FARM HATCHERIES^ • (Formerly Cantrell) 2 miles south on 73W or L. E. Steele Supply Co. '•Talk Ch ck5 with Wiilson" . CUSTOM HATCH—li: in Mbd*m- Buckeyes.set ea. Moh.Hflve p\]ite-> bred blood tested chicks. Leg. iVj c« big breeds 5c, assorted Siac. Rula- •seU Hatettery, Gas. Phone^ SSff-iJ. SUNFLOWER CHBCKa -i Hatches weekly. Set-us^ Jjefore ? you get- chicks "ore hat cnhig. SunfioQC^ Hatchery.TgrdAsbn.',,. ' MERGHANDl^ 2T Feed< PKI , Fertill«err BAUID ALFALFA—$6.00 tbrt. A. L.'Townsend. FOR SALEi-^Aifalfa hay,.; loOse or baled. Fred Bakel-, west lof lola. HouMlyj^ Qoo<b 25 USED iCJAS -BiAl^6£d-^2 .S0 up.- •Heifahiger's Fomiture ^tore. ELECTRIC WAiSKE^ and Badjosy new and used^ Standard makes. ; Save at^Curtls' Furniture, 1&-M. : Washington. ^ 50 -LB'. WEIGHT aU cotton ma*. tresses, $2.95; 100% pure felt mat-tresses, $8.75. W.. H.; WoodFlno : .!Fumiture. 202 a Jeff. Phone 190. Z9- Ma^hinerr and TooHr GOOD USBp Walking Plow, I4-I inch, $440. Allen County Implex jnent Co. i 39 lUiBfeal. Badlo MJVERALfrood used" radios. Terms.• JlennlngCT's Furniture Store. 31; . Se^, Plants, Flowers SEEDS—Blue grass, white clover and full line of garden-and field Beeds. Brownie 's. WANTED—A chance to ?show you our Bulk Garden Seeds. Burt's Cash Feed & Pro. Phone 1400., Rear Estate ForiRent fifonses For Bent FOR RENT— Houses, good location. See G. E, Pees. MODERN ; BUNGALOW —6 rooms and sleeping porch, basement, oak floors. 1 block M. E. chjirch. Al^Q have party who will share completely and nicely furnished modern home with one or jtwo ladies or married couple. loteLandjCo. Service Offered DEPT.—We are how prepared to repau: harness and' saddles. Prices on new harness reflects the low price of leather. Shannon Hardware. 15 S iuations Wsuited—Female | iMPLOYMENT • LAD'5r4-Wants housekeeping. Man|eyi 212 West; Madison.- Mrs. Real Estate Foif Sale 40 Farms and Land For Sale FOR SALE OR TBADE-~160 acres improved, immediate ^x»ssession. . A. D. CalerJowiMvJ ^g ^;_Ka.s^_ • 43 TO'Exeliange—Beal^Eslajte. i EQtjrrY- IN; IMPROVED 80 AiCRfife to trade for. good 4 'or Sj-robm' • house that cftn- be moved. Address • Box - 87,^ <:arer of Register.',

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