Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 22, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, February 22, 1933
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mm TOLA. KANSAS THE IDLA DAILYREGISTgR. WEPy j Mr. ahd Mrs. Earl yap Hynlng and their dfiughter Norine tnade a business trip to Independence yesterday. Attention Teadiers. V —The Register' Job Department • rail, now he open dtirtng |noon hours and Saturday afternoons. TMrs. Jane Hill of LaHflrpe was a guest Tuesday of her sister, Mrs. L. r R. Wlgjht, and Mr. Wight. THE FAULTLESS ELECTRIC 'W/^SH£RS'| : with the 2 rollra-tubs free, are the talk of the town. Have your free tnrottt today! ' - ^ W. «. W<*>d Fine Fumitnre ?0Z SouUi Jefferson ,Phone 190 Mr. and Mris. Geoi-ge L. Slawson and their son Billie drove to Burlin^n Sunday afternoon to view an: Egyptian oriental lllly at the Ruht park. —Dr. H. ii. Lacy, Dentist." Off ice o%'er Brown's Drug Store. X-ray " equipped. Phone 149. Mrs. LP. Murray and her daugb- ter; Betty of Springfield, Mo., are vlsitiag Mrs.'Murray's mothdr, Mrs. William Auerbach, and" her sister, I Mrs. E. S. Rice and Mr. Rice. SPECIAL This Week Only i Curtain Laundering ! Two 2W. Yd. Panels Washed and Stretched 35c THE NiSWFAJ^GLES (Mom*n Pop), AKT6R fta.L,nUEV / 9t *UrtV««ttAE,iTWEy A»E OUR REUWNES f COJJUD GET -MELP 4 Ruffled Criss Cro.w 50c per window lOLA LAUNDRY Phone 102 ' -Mr. and Mrs. Glen Edwards and their daughter Carolyn spent last .evening with Mr. Edwards's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Edwai-ds, Moran. —^mplete showing of the New Spring Ruffled Curtams. AH styles. Inchlding the new baby ruffle and flounce. Specially priced 49c and $1.00 per pair. Ramsays. .Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pesha have arrived from Kansas. Dkla., for a twooWeek visit witli Mrs. t»esha's parents, Or. and Mrs. J. J. Means, who \T live south of town. Any Suit, or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed • 35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 Onfe Day Service If Desired ^ Misses Emily Wells and Evalyn -Whitlow, lola junior college students, returned Monday morning from Moran where they spent the week-end vdth their parent.s. —A fair charge for a high grade .service. Sleeper Mortuary. ' Mrs. Sam I. Sifers, wlio has been , ill with pneuinonia the past ten day<;. is reported much improved. EXTRA F.\NCY . BLUE GRASS SEED _ As fine "a quality "of Grass Seed ever sold in lola, _ ; —20fc per pound— BRIGHAM HDW. CO. Phone 10G4 Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mitchell ai^d their children of Wichita were'the guests Sunday of Mr. Mitchell's -parents, Mi-, and Mrs. J. E. Kauf- num. *• —Try our rich, quality Delicious Bread. The buying public knows the best. Get a loaf at your grocer («• bakerj' today. lola Bakery. ' H. M. Palmer, . manager of the Ramsay store, returned Tuesday from Rochester. Minn., where he has been, receiving medical treat- iaent at the Colonial hospital the , pa|t few weeks. He is feeling much Improved. ^' RUGStTBUGS! —New shipment. Latest designs and colors for less at C.urtis's. • '-'Mrs. Mabel Lewman went to La- Etarpe tb ^ay to attend the meeting • oT :the W. M. Club at the home of Mrs! Phillip Baumuhk. WALTER AENDT'S Mrs. J. A. Pr>-er is'confined to her home by illness. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wright went to Eureka this morning to visit Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hughes and other relatives. They will return tonight. —Nothing undone, nothing overdone. Waugh Funeral Home. W. H. Stukey, traveling fKigbt agent for the Santa Pe'of iJoplin, Mo., was in town last niglit and today on business. MeeJt's POULY ANN CAffX: 201 S. Washington Phone ?90 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Littrell and son Joseph Jr. returned Sunday evening from a we*-end -visit with relatives in Ottawa. —For Bale: Dr. Mitchell's household aiid office equipment now in Grand Theater Bldg., 112 West Jackson. Miss Jessie Horrisan of Oamett was in town yesterdBy on busine. i and for. a visit with friends. Sale on Cleaning .^aS Pressing 'rhursdAT'Ontsr Plain Dresses, Coats and Suits Cleaned aiid Pressed Phone early for quidc service CUT RATE CLEANEBS 109 West St. Phone 775 Mrs. M. V. Green, who has toeen a gue .st of her !<jBUgbter. Mrs. decl! Perkins and her family the past few days, returned this afternoon to her home in LaHarpe.. —Good Plumbing protects the health of the family. Call lola Plumbing Co. Phone 1175. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Senieker returned last night from Kansas City where they have spent the past two days buj-Ing additional spring merchandise for the Seneker store. ;Tin and Sheet Metal Shop ,: 212 South St. Phone 720 :?i Phillip Mitchell of Rosstot), Okla., Whd has tieen quite ill at the home .pf liis parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Koiifman since undergaUig la serious operation at the Johnson hospital in ,, C^inute a few weeks ago. is slowly ijnjprovlng, Mrs. Kaufman said today. • . LUDEN'S ; SECRET FORMULA : GIVES Cougk tUDENS Menthof jCopjgh Drops Anv Dress, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed 36c Sprmg Suits made to order from $15.00 up. See our line of new spring saniples. SPOTLESS CLISANERS 111 W. Madison Phone 797 O.scar Stuckey, who was injured in an automobile accident Saturday, Is reported improving, but owing to the nature of the injury his ' recovery will be slow. | I OLA CASH S i. ^ARR.Y CO. Incubator Kerosene. ?c per gal. Tractor Gasoline. 7c per gal. (In 50 gallon lots) Station Price. Tax Paid. Reg., 12c, Station Price, Tax Paid, 3nl. 11c Saturday Spe<^! ; 1 Gal. Free with Purchase of 5 Gal. Conntry Delivery > 206 North St. iPlume 458 Mrs. J. P. Dwyer, who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Brigham and other relatives the past week, returned tills morning to her home in Kansas City. —Antrim Wall Paper Store, 219 N. Jefferson. Prices right. Quality right. Service right. \ Mr. and Mrs. T. A; Long and Mrs. G. W. Tursell went to Fort Scott yesterday called 1^ the death of their nephew Douglas Penniman. who was manager of the Pennhnan and .Sons hardware flrin^' —Try GLb'VER'S rtew car for TAXI SERVICE, ISc. Phone 897. Miss Virginia Finl^ iioe .as her guest Miss Jenevieve DeNoya of LeRoy. ! A. L. Holderman of LaHarpc was in town today on business. While here he vLsited with f;rjends. —Dr; w. P. Hull; Osteopath and Diagnostician. Phone 120. Miss Margaret Shewell arrived yesterday, ftom Neosho Falls for n. few days' visit with her sister. Miss Geraldlne Shewell.; ! Thev^ Stood the Test of Time ; EstabUshed 1906 Williams Monument Works ior So. Wash. Iota, Kas. The following lolans drovte-to Kansas City this mornine to witness 'The Cat and thi-Fiddle'' at the Shubert thefater: Misses Catherine Gard. Ella Vezie, JSaJia Irwto. Mesdames A. A. Rasmiissen and St. E. Pendleton. They will return tonight. AUTO TOPS - AVnCO GLASS FnmHnre and AatoniBhHe Upbelsterittg Rubber Mats HEIGELE'S Harness and Aato Top Shop 201 South St.—Phone 59 William McCabe. son «f Mr. and Mrs. Barney McCabe of Carlyle, who imdenvent an <q;)eration at two o'clock Tuesdi^ moiiiing at a hospital in KnoxvUie, Iowa, is in a critical condition, according to word received iiete today. Mr. .^nd'Mis. Everett Davis of Fradonia, fonser- iv of lola, have left-foT'Snoxvillp be with Mr. McCabe. WiUtam McCabe is a brother of Mrs. Davis. Roy D. Pinley went to Kansas City today on business. H. W. <3orr went to Wichita- today on business and for an overnight visit iwith his brotlier Joe Corr and his I family, and his daughter Mrs. Edward J. Conklin, and Mr. Conklin.; —You will ifihd the typewriter you want at Williams Typewriter Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lockwood and their children retuiiied yesterday from Oklahoma City where they were called a few weeks ago by the .iSeath of Mrs. LockwoodS: sister, Mrs. Chester Timmons. Mrs. H. E. Glover, who has been beSfast for six weeks, was improved sufficiently to Ije up a while today. FRYEE BROS. GROCERY : Dried Apricots, 2 lbs 15c : : Dried Peaches, 3 lbs 25c : : Cream Cheeser per lb 12c ,: : White Ktag Toilet Soap, : assorted,!5 for '..19c : : Beef Roast, per lb ..6c : Phone 401 Mrs. C S. Bishop and her daughter Miss Ruth went to Wichita ^Monday for a week's visit with Mr. end Mrs. Otto Brickler. Mrs. Brickler is a daughter of Mrs. Bishop. i Miss Lottie Thornbrugh and Miss Vera Howell returned Monday from a two-day .stay In Kansas City. THEY'RE DELICIOUS! Fairmont's Milk, Cream. Cottage Cheese, and Dairy Products are pure, nutritious and tasty. Made in lola by Fairmont Creamery Co. P h one 91 Mr. and'Mrs. Luther Claridy of Bartlesvllie. Olda.. were guests ycs- terdny of Mrs. Claridy's paients, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. West, and her sl.stci', Mrs. Melvin Bums and her family.- '' Mrs. E.. P. Slack, who has been confined to lier home the past ten da.vs. was able to be out yesterday for the first time since her illness. SEEDS ^ Garden and Flower Blue Grass and White Clover : Everblooming Roses about Mar. 1 : We 'Test Our Seeds WISkARD SEED CO. Ibla. Kansas : : : Mrs. J. H. Middleton.' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Middleton. and Virou Middleton spent Sunday! with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .Crawford in Waverly. Mrs. Crawford is a sister of Mrs. J. H. Middleton. Miss Marjorie Feals, a nurse at St. John's hospital, was a dinner guest today.of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strawrierman. PERMANENT WAVES The very latest—the very loveliest—the very lasting, —5Lfl5, $2.98, 95.00— Frederic Vita Tonic Ultra Violet Ray Scalp; Treatments for re- donditioning the hair. CATHERINE ANN BEAUTY SHOP ITA W. Madison-^Phone 494 C. S. Bishop visited Tuesday with his son, Clyde Bishop and his family. In Chanute. Mr. and M"- E. R. Weldon announce the ; birth February 19 of an 8=^1-pound daughter whom they have named Wanda Jean. Complete Winter Super Service for Your Car Anti-Freezcv Battery Fluid, Brake Service; Radiator Service, Oraniccafie Service, Body Work, Oil, Washing, Gas, Tire Service, Ignition. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 G. V. Rector of Omaha, Neb., manager of the entire system of Uie milk and ice cream departments for the Fainhont Creamery oampany, aha C C. Hite, manager of the local, pBant, went to CoffeyvlUe today on business. Miss Pearl McDonald of Chanute was a guest today of her sister. Mir. -G. E. Pehdarvis and her family- 'TRASK SEZ'-': . We can wdd your broken fen- das and make tfaem as strong as new, surfa<^ them off, leaving no . unsightly mars whatever. Frank Lawyer's Bepair Shop aiaeksmithing, Weldhig, Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 Dr. and ikrs. A. B. Twadell and Mr. and Mrs. Buford, Anderson and thtiir (laughter Sandra apem the week-end at Tulsa as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Runer. Mrs. Runer is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Twadell and is a sister of Mrs. Anderson. Dr. O. L. Garlinghouse. who has been in the fuist three weeks of com- plinitions t£s(Uting from ah Uifiu- enza attackj is improved. He ex- (.pects to return to his office Monday. ESDAYEVENIN(^, FEBRUARY 22. l<m. PA OR Tmm /' COULP If By Cowan X CftN TEILTUEM •Tt> GET OUT? VMHAT' MATJE YOO CHAKie.E YOUR MiWD, M-L OP l CAM STAMD ^od ' KMD ^^a^TO^viGl OMTUEW, BUT vNUEKi ^^^YO^^E BORROWS' WY LIPSTICK, THEY'RE ^U >N*^HEO (Ph'st published in The lola Daily Register, February 1, 1933.) | I SHERIFFS S.-VLE^ The State of KansJas, Allen County. SS. : I In the District Coiut. Thirty-Seventh Judicial District, Sittmp in and for Allen County, State of Kansas, Case No. 17190. "W. H. Lewis, plaintiff, vs. Jennie C. Leidig, and W. E. Leidig; her husband; William'J. "Klaas and Klaas, his wife, first name unknown, defendants. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of'the ,Thirty-. Seventh Judicial District Court, in and for Allen County. State of Kansas, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and ddlvered, I will on the 6th day of March, A. b., 1933, at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day. it the south front door of the court house in the City of lola. Allen County, State of Kansas, offer for .sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following de- scrit)ed real estate, to-wit: The South West Quarter (SW'.i) of Section 33. Town- slilp 23, Range 20, containing 160 acres more or less, situiited in Allen County, Kansas. Said lands and tenements wiil be sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. BUD HURLEY. Sheriff of Allen County. Kansas. By Otis Lambeth. Undersheriff. Sheriffs Office. lola. Kansas. February 1st, 1933.,, , Apt & Enfield. .'Mtonirys. for Plaintiff. (2)-U8-15-22 I (3)-l (First published in The lola Daily Rpi?i.ster. Febhiary 1, 1933.) , SHERIFF'S SALE Tlie State of Kansas. Allen County. S.S. In the District Court. Thirty-Srv- enth Judicial pistrict. Sitting in and for Allen County, State of Kiuisjis. Ca.'ie No. 17237. Mrs. Anna I Good, plaintiff, i vs. A. L. Maioney, Bessie A. Maloucy, his wife, and W. H. Lewis, defendants. • -, By virtue of an Order-of Sale issued by the Clei-k of the Thirty- Seventh Judicial District Court, in and for Allen County-, State of Kan- irsa.s. in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and delivered, I will on the 6th day qf March. A. D.. 1933. at. 10 o'clock, a. m. df said day. .at the south front door of, the court house in the City of lola. Alkn County,^ Saate of Kansas, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following de- scril)ed real estate, to-wit: Lot Eight (8) In Block Number Three <3) in Orchard Place •Addition to the City of lola, Allen County, Kansas. Said lands and tenements will be sold without appraisement to satis- fv said Order of Sale. , BUD HURLEY. Sheriff of Allen County, Kansas. By Otis Lambeth. Undersheriff. Sheriff's Office, lola. Kansas, Fob- mart- 1st, 1933. : Apt & Enfield, Attornevs for Plaintiff. i2)-l-8-15-22 (3)-l Chrysler Sa^:: The Mew i4B3 Is the Greatest Six EVER 'TO BEAR HIS ^JABIE! That's Henty to Say of Any Car We Woald Be Very Pleased to Have You Look it Over and Drive It! i ROSSARBUCEEGAlUlGE CHRVSLEB-PLYMOUTH Satec-rService—Parts > . ^ Allen County, Kansas, praying that I might be authorized and empowered to sell the following described lands for the piupose of paying^-the debts and costs of said administration of said estate to-wltr. Lot Four C4). Block Four (4), Pahner's Fhst Addition to LaHarpe, Allen County, Kansas. ' That said petition will be heard in the Probate Court room in the court house in Alien County, in the Cityiof lola, Kansas, on the 28th day of February, 1933, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.. at which time and place.'each of you and| all others, interested are notified to be present and show cause, if any,: ycju have, why .an order of sale as iprayed for should not be granted. ' A. A. HOLDEMAN, Administrator ofthe Estate of Charity W. Banders. Kenneth H. Foust, Atty. j-Dated at lola, Kansas, this 14th day of February, 1933. (2) 15-22. c First ])ublislied in The lola^ Daily Register February 1, 1933.) ' ! NOTICE OF FINAL SETXLEAIENT • Tlie Stale of Kansas, Allen County. SS. , In the Probate Courfc in and for said county. In;the Matter of ,the Estate of Frank: M. Twlnoham, deceased. Creditors and all other persons Interested in the aforesaid Estate are lieroby notified, that I shall apply to: tlie Probate Court in and for said County, sitting at the Court Hou-sei in lola. County of Allen, Siutf t)f Kansiis. on the 28th day of Februiiry. A. D.. 1931 for a full and final .Tcttlemont of said Estate, and for ah order finding and adjudging who are the heirs, devisees and Icgnleos of said deceased. . I HARRIETT TWINEHAM. Administratrix of the EsiaU; of Frank! M. Twincham. deceased. KeixneUi H. Foust, Attorney. Jan^inry" 27, A. D., 1933. i2 )-l-8-lS -22 (First Published ':in The lola Daily Register Februarj' 15, 1933.) PUBLICATION NOllCE. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CHARITY W. SANDERS. DECEASED. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and more especially. Mrs.Truley RichardsMi and Mrs. Effle-Gregory, heirs of Charity W. Sanders, deceased, late of Allen County. Kansas: you are hereby notified that I. A. A. Holdeman. Administrator of the estate of said decedent.. did on thiB 14tJi day of February, 1933, file a petition in the Probate Court of (Firtt publishcjd in The lola Daily neg-i;;::.--r, Febniai -iy' 1. 193.3..) .^HERIIfF'S S.\LE Tlic State of Kaii-sas. Allen County. .SS. ! • , ' .In the Di.strict Court. Thirty-Scv- cnt); Jiidicial District. Sitting in and for Allen Count}-. State of Kansas. No.. 1T219. E. C. Lombach. plaintiff, v.s. C. E. Johnson and Agnes Johnson, hi'; wiio: Alfred H. Barnott Jr. and NcHie-ci. Barnclt. lii.s wife; and the Nccsiio Valley State Bank of Chanute, Kansas, a corporation, defend-^ ants. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by llie Clerk of the Thirty- SeveiHli Judicial District Court, in and for Allen County. State of Kafv- sfis. in the abo\e entitled cause, and (0 me directed and delivered, I will on the 6lh day of March. A. D.. 1933, at 10 O'clock, a. m. of said day, ;it the ^uth front door of the court iiouse In the City of lola. AUen County. State of Kansas, offer for sale and. sell to the highest; bidder, for cash in hand, the following de- .srribed real estate, t'o-wit: Lot Three (3), containing 31.89 acres and Lot Seven (7) containing 51.83 acres all in Section Twenty-six i26), Towh- .sl'ip Twenty-six (26>. Range 119) East, Allen County. Kansas. Said lands and tenements will be sold witliout appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. BUD HURLEY. Sheriff of Allen County. Kansas. By Otis Lambeth, Undersheriff. Sheriffs Office, lola, Kansas. Jan- uarj- 31st, 1933. J. M. Humphrey, AttOmev for Plaintiff. (2)-l-8-15-22 (3)-l -LOCAL PRODUCE Egis. firsts Eggs, seconds Eggs, thirds Eggs, ungraded Hens, No. 1- Hens, No. 2 No. 1 Springs I'.-j lbs. up .. No. 2 Springs 1 Capons, over § ll)s Capons, over 8 lbs. Capons, over 7 lbs Capons, undei' 7 lbs Capons, under 6 lbs Slips : ;• Butterfat, lb Stags, lb Cocks Geese, lb. • • Guineas, each White Ducks, lb Colored Ducks, lb. Hides, per lb. Mixed com, bu , Yellow Com, bu. Wheat, bu Kafir Com .....9c 7c . ..;.5c .....8c .....8c .... 6c .... 6c .... 4c ....11c 9c 7c .... 6c . ;...5c .....5c , ...14c ,.|.. 4c .... 3c .... 3c ,...10c ... 4c ... 3c ... ic ,...13c ... 14c ....28c ... 13.; K. C. Livestock Close. Sheep'^: Lambs steady to mostly 1.") higher;, top to sliippeis $5.10; nicst sales to packers $4.75-5.00; lambs, good and choice, 90 lt>s. down, $4iiO- 5.10; good and choice 90-98 lb;;., $4.40-5.00. Hogs and cifttle: Unchanifc-d. W HWIS C ANADA:?// CHIEFATLANTiC/ ' SEAPOST?// NAME THE VICTORIOUS BOAT IN THE usT A MERICA C UP RACES. W HERE, IN THE U.£ IS IT IMPOSSIBLE TO GETA DIVORCE? (Answers will be foundi on Page 4) 1 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS | ! (From the Office of Tlie lola 1 ! Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) j i. 4. ' Kansas City Livcstoek Kansas City. Feb. 22 (AP) U. S. D. A.—Hogs 4,500; 700 direct. Fairly active, steady to 5c liigher. Top $3.15 on choice 170-230 lbs. Good choice 140-350 lbs. $2.75(i/3.15. Packing sows 275-550 lbs. $2.10T,2.50. Slock pigy, good and choice lO-UO lbs. $2.25-i' 2.60. Cattle 3,500: calves 300. Fed steers and yearlings strong to 25c higher. Vonlcrs strong to 50c higher. Other- classes unchanged. Top 1022 lb. fed steers' $6.15. Steers, good and choice 550-1500 lbs. $4.00 T/0.75. Common | and medium 5.50 Ibsi up ^SS.OOi.i 4.fin. i Heifers good and choice 550-900 lbs. ! $3.75^5.50. Cows $2i35':;2 .7D. Veal-: ers i .milk fed) medium to choice f-t • $3.50'!<6.00. Stocker; ant! feeder i steers good and choice $4.005.75. j Sheep 6.1500. A few opening sales' lambs a 'DOUt steady. Sheep weak. | Best fed lambs held above .$5.00 taid lambs, good and choice (x> 90 lbs. down. S4.50''/5.00. Good and choice (XI 90-98 lbs..$4.40'?! 4.85. Ewes good and choice 90-150 lbs. $1.50Vii.G0. (.X Quotations based on ewes and wethers. Estimated livestock receipts for tomorrow: Cattle 2.500; liogs 3.(100 and i .sheep 6,000. February 21. 1933. Ida Grace Ralston-, a widow to J. L. MaiTs, all of lot 12, block 2, City of Klsmoro. SI.00. ; Ciirrie J. Clark and Ben Clark,'." and hu.'ibiiiui to J. L. Marrs, ui'.y 1 and 2, block (J. Cox Frce- b':-;' Addition to the City of Els- m'jic. $.'iOO,(.iO. Cliicapo—Gone are the cast iron batlituljs, with the wooden "non- .skid" rims, from the Auditorium hotel. An enamel institute Ls going to keep them as antiques. I 'We'd have taken them out long a-io." said the hotel manager, "except our regular residents wouldn't allow it. They iri.sisted the modern lub.s, altlioygh more colorful, were loo ;;Ii))ucry.'' LIVE STOCK Hones, Cattle, TebklcA TEAM YOUNG HORSES—At- Jen- Idns farm 6 miles north of Moran. Make offer direct to H. M.. Carpenter. 218 East Tenth street, Newton, :Kas. ? 6 HEAD OP DAIRY COWS ^2 ^i miles northwest of city on T. E. Wilson farm.- E. G. Gorrell.; 22 P^iOtry and Supplies ALL STRAIGHT Breeds Chicks; day old, 500,,$25; started chicks slightly higher. Special deal on Custom Hatcliing in case lots. Sunflower Hatchery, Gas City. BABY craOKS— For February SOtll hatch, 400 a C Reds, 17» Bwred Rocks, 200 Bnlf Rocks at $5.45 ',per 1(J0. Book; your orders now ^ for cijstom :hatching, I'ic per egg. Taylor Hatchery & Produce;. 201 South Jefferson. ' BABY OHI0K8 100% from flocks blood tested and certified i>y Judge Harris, poultry expert. Ask about our 90% guarantee on Custom Hatching. All heavy breeds SMc] Ass't Heavies - ^.. .5c Cus-tom Hatchlnc l%c or $S cs/se WXLLSON FARM HATCHERlilS (Formerly Cantrell) 2 miles south on 73W or •• L., E. Steele Supply Co. , •-Talk Chicks with Willson"; CUSTOM HATCH—Ic in Modern Buckeyes, set ea, Mon. Have pilre* bred blood tested chicks. Legr 4^uc, big breeds 5c, assorted 3'.ic. Rjis- sell Hatchery, Oa«. Phone 955-3. SUNFLOWER OHIOKS — Hatched weekly. See us before you «ct chick$ or batching. Simflsscr Hatchery, Bronson. i 23 Wanted—Live Stock '•I Sc.-'," .she .said, "that a couple, wlio were ma,rried received 20 cloeks a.s wedding presents." "Aiid .vet." he bilterly rcphed, "I'll bet she'ii never be in time when t!vcy_go_ out." .... "sWAPPER^S COLUMN ALL KINDS OF pORSES—And mules, any size, from 3 years old to smooth mouth. Bring them- to Butcher's bam. Morris Studng^ MERCHANDISE T 27 Feed, Fnel, Fertilizers BALEt) ALFALFA—$6.00 ton. A. L. Townsend. '• H AY — Loose, 3 miles southeast of LaHarpe. W. A. Moerer. ; ' WA.NTED TO EXCHANGE—Used fin-nitiire. for baby buggies, good coiidilion; Phone 1052. • 28 Honsebold Goods ANNOUNCEMENTS strayed. Lost, Fonnd ve you a house for rent? Or sale? Want to'buy. anything? Havf for sale? Use the Cla.s.sified rx)lumn .<i> LEGAL LOST FROM' TRUCK — Between Santa Fe Viaduct and Memorial hall, green steel and cream cane lawn chairs. Reward. Cedric Willson. Phone 976F22. AUTOMOTIVE (Fhst Published in The Tola Daily Register Februarj' 15, 1933.) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT —^.Administrator. State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. In the Matter of the Estate of Josephine McGrew, late of .Alien County. Kansas. NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT Notice is hereby Given, That on the 3rd day of February, A. D.. 1930. the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Allen County, Kansas,] duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of j the .Estate of Josephine McGrew late of Allen County; deceased. All parties interested in said estate will take notice, and 'govern themselves accordingly. A. A.. HOLDEMAN, Admlnistnilor. Kenneth H. Foust, Atty. (2) 15-22-(3) 1. OUT OUR WAY By Williams Automobile! For Sale ELECTRIC WASHERS and Radios, new and used. Standard -makes. I Save at Cin-tis' Fumitm-e.^ • iuSED STOVES and Furniture. Store j packed; Henninger's Fum. Store. { WE ARE ENLARGING our uied I Furniture Dept. A complete line ; of hving room, dining room and bed room fm-nlture; used pianos; ! washing machines, etc. Let •' as I save you money! W. H. Wood Pine ! Furniture. 202 S. Jeff. Phone IflO. 1 25 USED GAS RANGES-^2.50 up. Henninger's Furniture Store. • THE CHEVROLET DEALER HAS THE BEST USED CAR VALUES.TN TOWN 1929 ton. Chev. Panel Truck. 1932 Chev. Sport Sedan 1929 Chev. I'i jton Truck 1930 Chevrolet I Coupe 1927 Chr\-.sler Sedan 1927 Chrysler Road.ster 1929 Dodge Sedan 1028 Essex Coach 1029 Essex Coupe 1930 Ford Sedan 1931 Ford Victoria Coupe, 1930 Ford (^oupe lO'JB Na.sli C;oupe Plenty of Other Bargedna BUD WHI-TE MOTOR- GO. •20 DODGE 'l-door sedan; '27 Chevrolet coach; used parts. lola Auto Wrecking. Phone 782. 29 Machinery and Tools FARM IMPLEMENTS at Pre-Wkr Prices. J. L Case Hi Lift siilky plow. $48.50; 14-inch walking plow. $14.00. Save on harness and plements at om- store. Shaimon & Shannon Hardware. Phone 29. 30 Mnalcal, Badio SEVERAL good used radios. TeJma. Henningej^s Furniture Store. 31 Seeds, Plants, Flowers PONTIAC-BUICK Sales and Service Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY-.MOTOR CO. 214 N. JfcUerson Phone 80 FLAX SEED—Wlltless, $1 per bu. AUen CJounty Implement Co. NO. 1 KANOTA SEED OATS—20c a bi^shel. See Brigham Hardware. SEEDS—Blue grass, 15c lb.; white clover, 45c lb.; garden and field seeds. Brownie's. 32 Wanted—Buy MILK ROUTE—Must be rea.sonable. Phone 44BJ. ROOMS FOR RENT SALES • ^'^Se 3,^°,, Plymouth Dependable Used Cars and Trucks -ELLIS MOTOR ^CO, Phone 301 Cash—Trade—^Terms 0 Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts TEXACO PRODUCTS — Goodrich Tires. Cash paid for used cars. Logan Reynolds. 307 West Street. Wholesale—GAS, Per Gal., 5 -:--'i (Not the Cheap 3rd Grade pas) VINE OIL & GAS CO. EMPLOYMENT 14 Help Wanted—Male ' AMBITIOUS. reUable man wanted TO lake orders and deliver Watkins Products in lola. Customers es- I ablishcd. good pay every day from star I. ! Experience mmecessary, complete training given. Write immediately THE J. R. WATKINS CO.MPANY\_p-62, Winffla,_Mimi. LIVE STOCK 21 Horses, Cattle, Vehicles COWS — Just fresh, and cows to freshen soon. Jj C. Butcher, West Street road, • 34 Apartments and Flats. APARTMENT—3 rooms, nicely fur! nished, ground floor, private en- trancea. 601 North street. Pho. 13. Real Estate For Rent 36 Fanna and lAnd For Rent 200-ACRE —Improved farm. See Frank Ellis, Brown's Driig Store. 37 Homes War Bent FOR RENT—pouses, good location, gee G. E. Peea. FOR RENT—My house on (South Main St., Laltorpe. Cheap to right jiarty. J. T. Tredway. 7-ROOM HOUSE—Furnished or unfurnished, at 801 East Broadway. Mrs. J. W. Qlfih. 7-ROOM HOUSE—At 422 So. Washington. Inquhre L. E. Horvtlle at _Iola State Banfc or phone 474J. 38 Wanted—To Bent WANTED BY MARCH 4 --Small fumidied modem house, with garage, close to grade schooL P. O., Box 57. Real Estate For Safle 40 j^arms and Land For Sale MODERN SUBURBAN HOMES— With acreage; bargain -prices. Cundy, Gas. • Honses For Sale 10-ROOM HOUSE—Hi acros ad- Joining city. Phone 1334, ;

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