Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 21, 1933 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 21, 1933
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1 ' y New York. Feb. 21. . (AP)—The ^ stock riiarket showed an inclination -f to rally for a time today, but eased '' off in the late trading,-and closed with • unimportant changes for the ' most part, although a few issues wereJdown a point or more. The final jtohe was barely steady. Transfers were only about 600^000 shares. ' Thp securities markets generally experience dan abatemedt of selling pressure, although bonds remained spotty. Trading in stocks was extremely sluggish, with' pre-holiday short covering giving prices a boost ,.here.jnd there during the earlier I hours!'of the session. Lite corporate »ews included ordering of a regular quarterly dividend of 62 cents'byChesapeake :& Ohio, and a . regular of $2 by nuiiois Bell Telephone. Liggett & Myers B land Union Pacific advanced as much as two - points, then lost about half their gains. Safeway stores ran up nearly 2 points in the Iat« trading. Ear-' - ly gains of about -'i to V'- were lost in the late trading in such issues as • Santa Pe. Allied Chemical and U. S.' Steel. American , Telephone, up nearly a point in the morning, closed With a net loss of 1. American Can," Com Products. U. S. Smelting and Woolworth lost major fractions to a point. High Low Close i Cities Ser. Co. .. 2''i 2"; 2'i f ISO of IND 19 18-^ 18•» ' iAmerican Can .. 53^* 52'; 52 -Si ,• I Am. T&T 100-s m% 99 '.' Am. Tob. B .... 52"; 51U 52"s Anacc»da 6^ 6'' K 6S. AtchUon 40'i, 38';: 38". ' Auburn 41 39 2V- • Beth. • \2U IVU • 12-H Chrj-sler 10-, icr, lo-'i ~ Con. CJas 47tl- 4<5'..- 41"; • Con. Oil S's , 5\ 5\ Gen Egec 12-% 12 12 G«n Mtr 12 irs 11 Int Harv lO ^'i 15^ 16', Int T&T Oi» • 6 •• 0 Mont Ward ...... 10 ICi lO -'s atd OH. NJ 24^ 23'- 24 Un Carb 21'. 20'. 20\ Un Pac ........ 71 69 09'.US St€<'l 2fl»i 26 2G'» Says the 1933'SJEW CHRYSLER SIX is the ..greatest,six ever to bear his haitie. r 'GUILTY OR NOT qUIL-yY" AT THE lOLA TOMORROW LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs, firsts Eggs, seconds ,Eggs, thirds! 'Eggs, ungraded Hens, No, 11 Hens. iSo. 2| No. 1 Spring, IVi lbs. up ... No. 2 airings Capons; over 9 lbs Caponsi oyer 8. lbs. Capons • over 7 lbs. ..'. -. Capons, under 7 lbs Capons, undpr 6 lbs. —...... sups i Butterfat. lb. Btags. lb. Cock^ , • • Geese, |b. Guinea^, each White Ducks, lb Colored* Ducks, lb Hides, per lb Mixed Com, bu Yellow Corn, bu. .... .... Wheat,.bu. •Kafir Com .' ....9c ....7c ....5c ....8c ....8c ...6c ...6c ...4c ...11c ... 3c ...7c ...6c ....5c ....5c .•..14c i ... 3c' ... 3c I ...10c ...4c ...3c ... ic ...13c ...14c ...27c . ..13n| NEWS OF MILDRED Large Crowd pn Band to See mkb ScTiwH Operetta Well dlven oi^ Tborsday Nisbt. Claudia Dell and TpjDtt Dq,VJ^la8 to a scene from "auUty or Not Guilty," which alao features |l ,9tty ppjpiiSJn and Wheeler Oakman. The lola presents it OS a special bt^tgata show W«^eflday. Kansas City Produce Kansas City, Mo.. Feb. 21. rAPi. Eggs iOc. Other produce unchanged. : Kansas City Hay. Kansas City. Feb. 21. lAPi — Hay: 9 cars, unchanged. Kansas City Grain. Kansas City. Feb. • 21. i .\P) — Wheat:i5 cars; unchanged to 'i higher.. No. 2 dark hard. nom.. 43'-j and 52; No. 3. nom.. 43-51; No. 2. hard. iV-:.-bV-\ No. 3. nom.. 42'-.50'-i: No, 2. red. nom.. 4at :-49; No. 3. nom., 4?><-48. Close; May 42; July 42^: Sept. •43^4. ':' Corns 9 cars; unchanged to- '» • lower. ;No. 2. white, 22:. No. 3, nom.. 20 "i -21'H'; No. 2, yellow, nom., 21',22; No.; 3, 21'-^; No. 2, mi.xed. 21--,; No. 3, nom., 20'.;-21 ',4. Close; iJWLay 22'-.:; July 24'i. Oats:. 3 cars; unchanged. No, 2. white, nom., 18-18 '.-2; No. 3, nom., 17-18. f { Milo.'maize, nom., 47-51. Kafir,: ndm.. 40-43. Rye. mom., 33-34. Barl^'. nom.,;21Vi-24. K. C. Uvestock Close. Cattle: Fed steers slow, steady; she^stock uneven, steady to 25 lo-;^-- er:, good 948 lb. yearling steers $550; good, $2.35-75;-common and medium $2;00-3&; vgalers, milk fed, medium to choice, $3.00-6.00. Sheep: Lambs generally 15-25 lower;, top $4.85; most sales $4.65- Hogs; Unchanged. Kansas City Livestock. Kaniai City. Feb. 21. <AP)—U. S. D. A.^Hogs 4,500; 700 direct; slow, 5c to -mostly 10c, lower than Monday's average; top $3.20 on choice 170-21D lbs.; good and' choice, 140350 lbs.,' $2.70-$3.20; packtag sows, $2.10-|2.60; stocfc pigs $2.25-$2.65. Cattle: 4.500; (ialves 500; killing classes opening; slow, steady to weak;-most bids lower; stockers and feeders scarce, steady:; early top good yearlings S.25; steers, good and -choice 550-1500 lbs., $4.00$8.75;, common and medium $3.00$4.50; heifers, good and choice $3.75-$6.50; cows $2.50-$2.85; vealers. milk fed $3.00-$5.50: stocker and feedev steers $4.00-$5.75. Sheie^: 5,000; market not established; opening sales lambs weak to 15o lower.; best around $5.00; ewes 90-150 lbs., good land choice $1.50$2.60. • A small ad In th€ Classified col- iminsiqff,en puts over a blR deal. THE J. F. GRENNAN, PRODUCE CO. e. O. COGHILL, Manager PPULTRY AND EGGS Egg Cases and Supplies Old Reliable—Established 1911 iCofiiv Monroe and Elm (Ju^ West of the Water Tower) GAS CtTY imV> ftirs. Maude AUUcr of VyicbUa Visitor at tbe W^beir' Uoo^je' OYCF the yifeeli-ci^ . GAS CITY, Feb, 21.— Epy Perkins of Ganiett spent a few days last week with his mother,' Mrs'.' Lena Perkins. Ml-, and Mrs. M. S. Ske.en spent Sunday at the home of Mr. vid Mrs. Harry Maley in the' 'Spring Branch neighborhood. Mrs. Maude MUler of Wlcliita was a week-end visitor at the Webber home. Mrs. .M R. Bishop of lola ar.d Miss Fern Holten attended a pro- ^nm at Waiiner.sburg .school Friday rftcrnoon. Miss Violet Holten accompanied them home to spend the weck-^cnd. Mr. and Mrs.. Ernest Mix and children of Bronson were Saturday evening vir-itors at the home of Mr. and Mr.s. Edward Russell. Miss Willena Hargrove of Wich- !ti spent the week-end with her grandparcnLs, Mrs. Ruth Isbell. Mrs. Dora White was a S'onday dinner guest at the home of her dau'ghter. Mrs. Ed. Shepley and family, east of Gas. Mrs>.Sam Paris was a caller Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bert Hatton. Clint Stroud lost a valuable cow week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laver of Bethel were dinner guests Saturday at the home rf Mrs. May Boyer. ^ Ro.'5E Matthewfc and Clinton Stroud attended the iuto show at Kansas City Saturday.' Marshall Lowe of East Gas called on CP. West Monday afternoon. Mr.s. Ethel Scriiggs of Klncald is •:pendinc: a few days with her brother Clyde Miller. The latter, who is in ill health, remains about the same. ' • Mr. and Mrs. Claude Burt of Chanute visited Sunday, afternoon at the home of the latter's cousin, Mrs. Elizabeth Odell. Mrs. William,Nelmeyer and James and Marguerite Meadows called on Grandma Holten Sunday morning. Word has been received here that Mrs. John Applegate of Carlyle is seriously ill. She was formerly a resident of Gas. Mrs. Blanche Baer of Kansas City wa-s a week-end visitor at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Pope. • ' Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday evening at 8:00 at the M. E. church. After this service, the election of Simday school officers will be held. The Ladies' Aid society will hold a food sale at the M. & M. grocery In lola Saturday. George Thpmton came down from Kansas City to spend the week-end with relatives here. Mrs. Fannie McNett Ls ill at the honie of her daughter. Mrs. Perry Abbott of South Gas. Mrs. Frank Frase and Mrs. C. R. Carmain of East Gas were callers Monday aftemoon at the Arthur. Beeding home. John Henry Scruggs of ..Ponca City. Okla.. called to see Clyde Miller Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Johnson and son Lloyd of Cherryvale. visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berrv. Mrs. Johnson is a sister of Mrs. Berrj'- Charlie Bogan and son. Ted, of Selma. were callers Sunday at the Bert Damitz home. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams and children. Delmont and Mary Jane, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the Misses-Dollle ahd Lu^ tie Adams in lola. Mrs. Edmond Kldd and .son Edmond Bradford, \isited Monday , with Mrs. Howard Moore and son I.Richard. I Earl and Ernest Appling of Tarkio. Mo., who spent the past two weeks visiting relatives here left Monday for Protcm. Mo., where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mullins and daughter Goldle visited Sunday'^aft- emoon at the Lucy Cornell home. Sanford Wood of Oiu-sonla, Ark., spent Sunday at the'home of her sister. Mrs. Frank Beixj*. Mis;. .Mary Jane Adams attended a party Saturday at the Will Zerba home near LaHariic. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brundnge and son Jutt of . Spring Branch .spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brundage. Mrs. Dora While is spending a few' days in east with relatives. \lrs. Herman Folk and children Peggy. Gerald, and Geraldlne. of west of lola nsited Monday at the home of Mrs. May Boyer; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Snyder and daughter Marj-belle of Cherrj-vale. came to spend Sunday at the Frank Berrj- home. They were accompanied here by Mrs. S. E. Wood, who spent the past six weeks th^re. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Eergsten of Savonburg. and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Erickson and son Paul of Wan- nersburg were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. -F. Holten. Miss Violet Holten accompanied them to Wannersburg Sunday eventag. ! KANSAS BRIEFS (By the. Associated Pi-ess> Hays—County seat disputes are a thing of the past in western Kan- .sas. but Hays and Norton are recalling some of the old times in litigation for the permanent headquarters of the third division of the state highway department. When Hays was granted the headquarters last December a group of Norton citizens obtained ian order from the probate court prohibiting the commission from carrying out Its plan. Several delays and continuances In district court were climaxed yesterday when Wint Smith, assistant state's attorney general,, obtained a premonitory writ from the supreme court ordering District Judge \ E. E. Kite either to proceed with tihe hearing on a temporary Injunction or show cause why the; hearing should not be held before Wlarch 6. ~ ' Wellington-^ore than 4000 Stunner coimty farmers, attended the foreclosure sale on the George Pills-i burg farm near Conway Springs yesterday and their purpose,' their spokesman said was "to see that Pillsbury received justice." The spokesman, Ben Rice of Conway Springs, said they wanted to see that the full amount of the judgment. $5560.34 yras bid to prevent a deficiency judgment. The 160-acre farm brought that amount, and there was no distiu-bance. Wichita—Harry J. Buster, Wichita, was arrested by police near here yesterday on complaints of Belle Plaln'e merchants, who said he had been/ passing, cpimterfelt money. Officers said they found a sack containing $14 in fake moiiey In his motor car. ' , ' GLENDALE , Feb. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. R. Van- sajit and children] returned from Clinton, Mo., last week diuing the severe cold weather. 'Eafi of Blue Moynd they got stuck In a snowdrift and had to leave the car and Mrs. Vansant and children: He borrowed a horse and rode thirteen miles home. A few days later he rode back for his car and family. Max Heatli is sick and out of schoo)." Wednesday. Ira Stauffer Chanute. was at the Lo^ Heath home Sunday evening. Mrs. Xorthcott went to ipla with lum an^Nretumed home Monday. Guy Hickman; W. P. , Van Pelt and John helped V. W. and Lloyd Heath' Mw' wood Wednesday. Guy Hickman and family and Mr. jand Mrs. Alma Walker and Bobby |sp'>nt Tuesday evening at the Van ' Pelt home and helped th^m celebrate their wedding anniversary-. Candy and popcorn was served. Be-ss Ross visited Mrs. Nort Tucker Tuesday afternoon. Vincent and Vlvlaln Heath took dinner at iioyd Heath's Stmday. The teacher at Glendale had a .'alehtioe box for the children. She ilso treated, ttiem to fruit'salad and candy, bars. , Miss Htekson keeps he. good, will of all berr pupils. Prlj"nc s. here l^re received the announcement that a new boy Has come to make his home -with Mr. and Mr!. HblUs Kbnzey. The little man 1» i been named Harvey. iS^cs. Kimzey was formerly Miss Helen Hasting. Clyde Cowan and family moved to Ft. SicttPWday. J The ladles' Aid met Thursday aftekioott with Mrs, Charles Garrison, ^liey expect!to serVe meals durihg t le basKetball tournament {of the Neo! ho Valley feague which ^ill be held here" In a couple of weeks land ther are, making plans for jit. Mr. and IjtCrs. Olok Caldwell came down frpmr' feansas '\ City Thursday and are yislttog' at the parental Kll- gore home. ! Arthut aibbs who died at Kln­ cald Mojnday afternoon at the age of 7S w^s an old settlk in these parts. He was born In Idloucester- Khlre, Er gland $ind dame! to America In 1887. arriving in Neosno Pails July 4th of that year. He moved to Anderson county In 1B82 and has stoce lived In and near Kln­ cald. He is the father of Fred Glbbs, tlie well known Klncald merchant.. Mr. Glbbs was well known and highly respected. Elmer I Cox of Eldorado Springs was a dlrmer guest Thm-sday of hu; sister. Mrs. Florence C. Dickenson. He is moving on his farrii'. better known as the Art Hutton-farm in Belvicw district. I, Mrs. Dixon, Miss Maitlia Ulrich, Miss Blunt. Rey. and Mrs. J. C. Lane of Kincaid ahd Mr. and Mrs. Dale Newlon of Lone Eim attendeid the operetta here Thursday night. The high school operetta. '-Tlje Ghosts of Loll>-pop Bay" was given Thursday night. It was ;well given and Miss Dorothy Moore, the music teacher, who had charge of it. and the studlents who took ijart deserve much praise. The followlnK was the cast of characters: Pauline Dozier, Wanda Reynolds. Pauline Miller, Bemi «e Isaac, Betty Barley. Rollin Curler, Loren McGormack. Joe Boyer. Marvin Sideirs, Orval Frame. The ghost dance was given by Doroty McAdams, Lucille Hunsaker. Maxlne Walton and Louise Chezum Members of the chorus were: Eileen Splllman, Dorothy Huttori. Bemlce Nortqn, Reva Rosebrook, Marjofy Adams, Vera Gillham. Iva Mowror. Maxine Walton, John McCormack, Rohaid Sinclair. Richard Sinclair, Harold Hardy, J. D. Morrow, Aits- tin Heider, IJoyd Curley, Lawrenct Hardy, G^rge Carney, Richard Jef- ferls. • A large crowd In attendance and all enjoyed the. evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hosley were In lola Thursday. ,They attended a farm bureau meeting. Mrs. Nledcrlander and daughter Miss lEdma, and Walter Johnson of Chanute, were here Thtursday night ito attend the operetta. Miss Louise Hummlston spent Friday night with Miss Veta Hackett. • Mr. and.Mrs. Pinneo of Kincaid called on her isister, Mrs. Dora Holcmmi Thursday. Mr. and Mrs; Howard Moore of Arkansas City, visited their daughter, MJSS Dorothy Mioore Thursday night and attended the operetta. Jobnie HOeley attended a meeting for yoimg fanners In Ijatlarpe. Mr. land Mrs. John CaU visited at Clifford chills one day last week. Mr. and Mta. Ead stout went to Claremore. C^la., Friday jevenlng to spend tbe week-end with Mr. and Mrs." Estel Dbcon: Visitors at school thp past weeK HOGS GET MILK IN STRIKE As one Wisconsin dairyman rejjorted he was shot at by strikers as he was tiucking his products to market, thousands of others in Wisconsin and Illinois are adhering to the strike decree and keeping their milk from mid- v.est distributors. Many are pom-ing milk down sewers and feeding it to hcgs, as sliown in the picture, above, taken on a Wisconsin farm. Below aie a group of dairymen near Milwaukee playing cards to pass the time, while their trucks and separators stand idle. The strike was called lor a general Increase in the price of their products. were Mrs. Walton of Sand Springs, Okla., Mrs. Hubert Brown; Mrs. John Meador; Darline Brown, Mr.s. Frank Thompson and Pauline and Merylln Call. Mrs. Schroder and Mrs. Acuff of Gamctt called at R. R. Nevltts Jr., Thursday. ' ' Mrs.- Ray Snavely, Mrs. RajTnond Jaynes, Miss Eva Sheffer and Betty Lou Jaj-nes called at the At«r home Saturday aftemoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hackett. Mrs. Clifford Call, Lawrence and Kendell, and Miss Lotiise Hummlston went to lola Friday and,were dinner guests at Grant ShocKeiys. Mr. and Mrs. John* Meador and Betty Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brown drove to Moran to visit his grandmother and also his broths er William Meador. of Independence, who was there. Walter Miller and son Leonard were at Mitmt Millers Saturday. , REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS : (I-'rom the Office of The lola i Abstract Coi .i 108 W. Jackson) | « _ _ « February 20. 1933. P. W. Sherwood and Belle Sherwood, husband and wife to Allen County State Bank, 1 acre, more or less in the W. li of SE .'',i of 31-2419, com. at a point 16'i feet east of SW. comer, east 8 rods, north 20 rods, west 8 rods, south 20 rods to beginning, $1.0Q. Bud Hurley, ^eriff of Allen coun- tj-, Kansas to The Railroad Building, Loani& Savings association, lot 11, block 19, City of lola, $981.47. C. Garth and Lura M.' Garth, his wife, to Dewey Atkins, W. 'i of NW. V: of 8-26-21, 80 acres, more or less. si.oa LIBERTY (Fldrent J. Helman.) February '20.— Mr. and Mrs, •Art Townsend and daughter, Shirley Thyeoh of LeRoy spent Sunday at the parental Geo. Wilson home. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pisk visited at the E. L. Barnhart home Wednesday evening.. Miss Ruby Wilson has been ill of the flu the past few days but is improved at present. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coglaler and family, and Mrs. McClure of Chanute spent- Sunday at the P. S. Heath home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Harrison and family of Tola' visited at the parental Geo. Townsend home Sunday. Mrs. W. V. Wilson and daughter, Mrs. J. M. Collins, visited Wednesday at the Ray Townsend home. Gene Fisk helped ^nk Hendricks saw wood Friday. Mrs. Wm. Helman and Mrs. John Johnson spent Wednesday afternoon at the Gene Plsk;nome. The G. E. club held a si)ccial meeting at the Gene Fisk home Friday t!o quilt. Sunday was a day long to be remembered by the Tom-nscnd relation and friends, of. this district. The memorable pccaslon being the celebration of the fiftieth annlvcr- scry. or golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Townsend.'^ Mr[ Townsend was bom In Franklin. Indiana, in 1861 and came to Kansasln '68 set- tllhc on the Kramer farm, now oc- ctipled by E. O. FiSter. with his parents, brothers ahd slaters. Mrs. Townsend, formerly lillss Dora Vatight, was bom in Johnson county, Indiana, in 1866 arid came to Kansas in '78. Mi*, and Mrs. Townsend were united in niarriage on February 21, 1883. They have three children . all living. The' children are Mr. Steven To^^•nsebd of lola. Mrs. C. W. Slack of WSehita, and Iv&s. Pearl Biggs of Santa Monica, California. Mr. and Mrd.'Townsend have liv^ed In this -vicinity ever since their mariiags. taking an active Tiart in the social and business, activities of the community, buildmg up a long list i of acquaintances and lasting frieiidships. . .Among the many beautiful gifts received was a beautiful ! hanging lamp giv^n tbem by their children JEind grandchildren. Those who- cailled' during the day :to- extend to the honored cbuple congratulations and best wishes were jMr. Geo. Vaught and son, Mr. and Mrs. Praiik Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Hess and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hillbrant, Mr. Wm. Hilibrant, Mr. Ait Slack and children, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Townsend and sons, Mrs. Emma Kramer, Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Kramer and daughter, and Mr. and Mts. Herman Kramer,, who announce their marriage which took place Saturday, all of lola; Mr. and Mrs.,Hubert Scrogglns, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Slack, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rochrbach of Wichita. Mrs. Amanda Slack, Neosho Falls; Mrs..Anna Kelson, Scott City, Mrs. Pearl Biggs, Santa Monica, California, Wr. and Mrs. Ben Slcka, Mr. and Mrs; A. L. Townsend, .Mrs. .Anna Wilson, Mrs. Florence Wilson, Wm. J. RUey, Frank Cox, Clarence Roush, - and Allen, Hendricks; The correspondent, in behalf of the community, \\ishes to extend to the honored couple, most hearty congratulations and wishes them many more happy years of wedded life. .Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Long and family of West of Plqua spent Sunday at the Frank Slcka home. Allen Hendricks is staying with Homer Cox at present assisting him •with his work. Homer is suffering from a severe cut on a finger caused from a bale tie. That's'plenty to say of any carl We; would be very^^leased io haye you look it over and drive it, ROSSARSUCEEGARJICE CmtTSLEB -FLTlklOC'^ia Sales—Service—Parts- flNANCL^LS 17 Business Opportnhities CITY OR- FARM INSURANCE—At cost. Farmers Union Insurance Co. G. B. Rose, agent, LaHarpe. Phone 684. '! LIVESTOCK 21 Horses, Cattle, Vebiclifes COWS —: Just fresh, and cows to freshen^soon. J. C. Butchejt; Wjest Street road. O. I. C. MALE HOG — Pure bred, weight 300 lbs. D. C. Chsmb<frs, 1316 North Jefferson. 4-YEAR-OLD RED POLL GOW— Fresh, heifer (felf, $35. Across road from Country Club. Archie Smith. 22 Poultry and Supplies , ALL STRAIGHT Breeds Chicks, day old, 500, $2S; started chlcksslig it- ly higher. Special deal on Cifstom Hatching in case lots., Sunflower HatcJieiy, Gas Oity. BABY CHICKS—FOr February 2)Ui hatch, 400 S. C.-Reds, 175 .Bar red Rocks, 200 Buff Rocks at $5.45 ;ier 100. Bobk your orders now for custom bntchlnu. I'tc per (gg. Taylor Hatchery & Produce, |201 South Jefferson,' BABY CHICKS , | lOOCc from fliocks blood testep and certified- by Judge Harrijf, poultry expert.-Ask about; OUT 90% guarantee on Ciistom Hatching. ' ' All heftvy breeds • 5Vic Ass't Heavies ^5c Custom Hatching l%c or $5 case WILLSON^ FARM HATCHERIES (Formerly Cantrell) ^ 2 miles south on 73W fir L. E. Steele Supply Coi 'Talk Chicks with Willson" CtrSTOM HATCH—Ic BuckeyeSi set ea. Men. bred bkx* tested chick-s. big breeds Sc. assorted sell^Hatcherj', Gas. Ph Modem . . pure- Leg. 4!-jc, 'jc. Riis-. bne-^ 955-3. §ave SUNFLOWER CHICKS 4 Hatches weekly. 'See tis before | you feet chicks Qr hatching. Bimflo -fTC.- Hatchery^ Bronson. .' MERCHANDISE 27 Feed, Fnel, Fertilizers BALED ALFALFA—$6.00 ion. A. L. Townsend. HAY —Loose. 3 miles southeast of _LaHarpe. W. A. Moerer. ' • '. n Bonsehold Goods 25 USED <?AS- RANGES—$2.50 ,up. Hennlnger's Furniture Store. WE ARE ENLARGING ouT Used Furniture- Dept. A complete ^ne of living room, dining room and , bed room furniture; used pianos; washing machines, etc.? Let J us save you money! W. H. Wo6d Fllne Furniture. 202 S. Jeff. .Phone 100. • USED STOVES and Purrilture. Store packed. Hennlnger 's Purnj Store Machinery and Too^ 29 '•Next to the' love of God, the love of country Is. the best preventative of crime."—George Borrow In "The Bible In Spain." AUTOMOTIVE AntomobUes For Sale •26 DODGE; 4-door feedan; '27 Chevrolet coach; used parts. lola Auto Wrecking; Phone 782. PONTIAC-BUICK Sales and .Service Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR GO. 214 N. Jefferson Phone 80 HUDSON-ESSEX—Parts and Service. Bud White Motor Co., 209 South street. Phone 60. • SALES s^cE Piy^^^th Dependable Used Cars and Trucki ELHSJ MOTOfl Ca Phone 3 01 Cash4-Trade—TJerma 6 Anto Accessories, Tires, Farts TEXACO PRODUCTS — Goodrich Tires. Cash paid for used cars. , Logan Reynolds, 307 West Street. Wholesale—GAS, Per Gal., 5 ?i (Not the Cheap 3rd Oi-ade Gas) - VINE OIL & OAS CO^ FINANCIAL BnsinesB .OpportimitlM MAN OR WOMAN for partner in establishied btisincss in lola' $175 required. Write Box 88 /Regttter.. FARM IMPLEMENTS at Prc-War Prices. J. I. Case HI Lift siillcy plow, $48.50;-14-inch walkltig plow, $14.00.' Sfive on harness and Implements at our store. Shannon & Shannon'Hardware. Phone'291 30 ^Mnslcal, Radio SEVERAL good used radios.! Hennlnger's Furniture Store. Terms, 31 Seeds, Plants, Flowers a FLAX SEED— WUtless, $1 rper bu. Allen'County Implement;Co. SEEDS—Blue grass, 15c .lb.'; white clover, 45c lb.; garden and field seeds. Brov^Tale's. 33 Wanted—to Boy -r MILK ROUnj ^Must be reasonajble. Phone 448J.'" ROOMSFOR RENT 34 Apartments and Flats APARTMENT—3 rooms,, nicely furnished, groimd floor, private ien- trances. 601 North street. PhoJ 13. Real Estate For Ren 36 Fari^ and Land For ttent 200-ACRE — Improved farm. Frank Ellis, Brown's Dmg £ 37 .Honsea For Bent See Stbre. FOR RENT—Houses, good; location. See G. ^. Pees. FOR RENT—My- hous^ oh South Main St., LaHarpe. Cheap to right party. J. T. Tredway). 7-ROOM HOUSBr-Furtlshed or unfurnished, at 801 East Broadway. Mrs. J. W. Glsfi. i • 7-ROOM HOUSE^At 422 So. Washington. Inquire L. E. Horville at _ Ipla State Bank_or^phone_474J. _ 38 Wanted4To Bent WANTED BY SEARCH 4—Small furnished modem house, with garage, close to grade scliool. P. O. Box 57. ,-, f. Real Estate For iSale 41 Honses For Sale 10-ROOM HOUSE— l^i acres- ad- jolning city.-Hilmg'iiaa^; . - _ 43 To Ezcbangi^;9eal Estate EQUITY IN IMPROVED «) ACRES to trade for good 4 or 5 -room house that can be moved. Address Box 87, care of [Register:

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