Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 16, 1928 · Page 7
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THE lOLA DAn .Y REGISTER. MONDAY MONOAVi JAN. 16 IByTh* At*oetat€4 FreatJ •Programs In Central Btandard tfane. Ml Omo is P. U. unleas pUierwlsc Jn- dicated. Wave lengths on left of call -lettcri^ hllocrdei on right. ' -^.6— WPG Attantle City—ttOO fr^j—Dinner Dance •7:30—Concert From Uleh School . 9:30—Studio;Conc«rt - 285.5— W 6AL. Baltimore— 1010 :C::iO—Ro)cy nnd Hia Gang , 8:00—Riverside Procram 1 8:30—Joint RccUal'- ; . 608.Z—WEE? Beiton^iW , B:00—Dinner Concert S:.".fl--Jrlsh Minmreli" ,1 - 7 :.10— A. & P. Oypstea ! 8:10—General Motors Party; 461.3— WN AC Boston— «(Q 7:00—Irish Serenadcra «-:fli>—Musical Album •S.:00—Same aa WOR 302.8— WQR Bunalo—9W 7:0')—Jenny-Wren Hour ' R :3n— Cpnrral Motora Party 10:00—Uance Muqio 545.1—WMAK Buffalo-MO C:30—Mtijflc.ile S-,OB-i-Muslriil Album 9:on—:C;4ptlvalors 10:05—lillia U.-jIl ; 635.4—WTIC Hartford-5«0 7:nn— Sew Dct'»rturc Hand 7:.1(i—A.:* I'. <iypylcs S ;3U —Oc.ncraPMotors f'nrly 422.3—WOfl Newark—710 t:I.'.-OUI l>lnii Coir t.oii-(•oiiKii'iilorc K(i»-<-mLle r»:rili— ti*-sjiionH Ciilini's 7:l''p—jKnu-ciT'.-f l.liilira t^:<i(i—LMuhlini AllMiiii " I'll- <'.nptlvatorB io.<i.'. II .IK I ITMJM'M Orrliodira . 491.5—WEAF New Yorl<—«10 D tno—iWHlilurf Astoria Orrh<'(>ira ^f, :itn.J.\\,)\if f>f StlfM't Kl'MCUrt'S ~t;r«:;(t < Viiruio .'KTM •<»Jii—A. Ac I'. <:y|islo« «::in-Ci.-tipr.il .Mi<l(.i:i Tarty Jl:.-IO—.\U ~.M .MaKle 10;OD—Lciprr, Oirlio.iira 454.3—WJZ New York—BM r. :"on—Motfl MaiiKcr On-licwira i;;(lO-.-KKlni' S -l'lixilrrn ii r.n—Koxy Miul Hln UanK lliwer.siilf liour ' .. :0n--.\<;o lius.iian Ktrlns Quartet V:M> —SIfopc ami (Jro.-iVen'ir I'lmO—Sliiinbcr >BW%.__^ 403.2—WFI-WLIT Philadelphia-740 6Ton—OrolivM.ra • ;;::(i_A. ,t I^. Oypslcr Coniral Motors Parly 348.6—WOO Philadelphia—860 —iilniiiT Music K: J.'> —Tli.'ater Oroliostra :<> 1—.Male <Ju:irtel 3:2 t—L'ajico Music 515.6—KOKA Pittsburgti—950 5:1 i—r.Utle Symphony Orchestra 6:."! I— Ro-xy and His UanG ,s:0 I —Itise and Shine 3:0j) 5 :3* 6::! Nw Ku.<i.sinn StrinE Quartet {tS3.6—WJAR Providence—620 , —Karrsiiean's Orchestra |i—A. * t\ Uyp.oles >—Lieneral Motors Party J77.6—WHAM Rochester—1080 , Orchestra •;:;ii*—noxy anU His Gang 8:00|—Same as WJZ (79.5*—WGY Schenectady—790 . •Dinner Mii.sle .Music:il Program 7 :3$—A 1"& l'. Gypsies" 8 :3i —Uencral Motora Parly 333.1—WBZ Spi ingfleld—900 5:0 —Radio Forum «:3i —Rftxy and His Gang li :3 I— .«{ar Trio 9:3^—jlCrnlo Andrews' Troubadour* 305.9—WHAZ Troy—§80 7:n»l-MiisIral' I'rocram (2 1-2 br«< 3:30—Dance Music . 68.5—WRC Washlnoton—640 • 4:no—Rob Faflen's Orchestra r-»(a»— Dinner Munic —Roxy and His Gnnit 87.-0—General Motors Party 516.9—WTAG Worcester—580 B:;0-4ninner Music y (HI— .studio Trourain • 8 :iU—Uencral Motors Parly SOUTHERN 2?6.9—WWNC Athcville- 1010 5:4.'.—Dinner Music 6:45-Agriculture Tirlod 475.9|-WSB Atianta BZO S:00~Ylc Meyer."' OPIK- Jra «;.»>—Roxy and Hi." <;an« «:0i>—t^'oncert 8:30—General^ Motors I'.irty 2'«8.3—WOOD Chatt.inooga — 1230 "30—r.n"lien ^:Il^'•I "^llc 8;3li--Hltjdin IPioKiani - . 3B4.4-^KTHS Hot Sprioai—780 7:M—Clas.ilc:nl Hour 8:00—Harmonv KloKfl 9 :00—Dance' Frolic 340.7—WJAX Jacksonville—880 7t30—Old Time I-'idd|era RiftO—R'*cll:il f'roRiain 8:30—Genera I Motors Parly 322.*-WHAS Uoulsvllle—930 7:30—..Sttidio t.'onrrrt 8:"«—Ko.eair; Hoirl RroKram •8:30—General Motors I'arly 516.9—WMC Memphis— 580 X:6o—Farm Talk «:30—General .Motors Tarty 3:30—Canova Conceit 336.9—WSM Nashville—890 «t:30—Roxy and His Gang S:IIO— Concert 8:.10—General Moiors Party <J22.4-^WSMB New Orleans—930 ihlOr-drqhcatras: WSMB Special M9L9— WCOA PcnMcola— 1200 8:p0—Coast,Artillcnr Babd i 9:30—Jublle^ Singers I 10:00—Merry Maids 254.1- WRVA Richmond-1180 7:13—Banjo. Qiiartbt : !•:«<)—Oriliestra I 10:00—Alda" CENTRAL 828—KVW;Chlcago—E70 6:30—Roxy and His Gang • 8:00—Montgomery Ward Program 8:30—Rise and Shine • 9:00—Nro Russian Siring Quartet 36r.e-WEBH .WJJO Chicago—^ 7t'-0—Great Composers 7:30—Orchestra: Trio 8:00—Mooxeheart Hour ii.oO—Recital 416.4—WGN-WLIB Chicago—72a; 7:30—.Wt R Gypsies «:.30—General Motors Parly 9.-30—Phantom Violin 344.6—WLS Chicago—870 6:00—Supperbcll Program 7:00—Tony'a Scrap IJook 7:.30—Special productions 8:30—Hockey Game 447.5—WMAQ-WQJ Chic.^.ao—670 8:00—Organ Recital 7:30—Musical Calendar 8:00—Same as WOR (2 lirs.) 10:00—Orchestra,(3 hrrf.) 428J—WLW Cincinnati-700 7:00—Home FIrcs Trogfam 7:.10—Minstrels • 10:U0—llance Music S81.2—W5AI Cincinnati—830 6:00-OrclicHira 7 :30 —A. A T. liypsles 8:30-General .Motors Tarly 399.8-WTAM Cleveland-750 7 (Ml—WTAM .MaS'iUi radera 7; 30—A. & V. C.ypslis g;;i()--GenerHl iloiois Tarty 545.1-WFAA Dallas-SSO 7:00—Musical Trograni 7:3t)/~Malo lluaihf 8:30(-<;cneraf Motors Tarty 374.8—woe p«v«nport-80d fi:30 -fil.l rinm TroKiam .s ;:;o ^-Giiifral Motori Tarly y:30--!..<•< lure S35.4—WHO Des Mokicj. —OGO r.:3<!. Roxy and His «;:in;; 7 : '.0—A. *r T. Gy|iHie.s S;3«—Geiural .Motor." T.irty 440.9—WCX-WJR Detroit—680 S:"ii—lloxx- and ills Gang 8:nii—Same as \VJ'/^ • 10:00 —.Moiig Tin Tun Alky 352.7—WWJ Detroit—850 7:00—Studio i'rocrani 7 ::!i'—A. *i T. Gypsies S :30—i;on>'r.il Molqrs Tarty • 499.7—WBAP Fort Worth^600 (i:00—Seven Aei^s i;:30—Sunllower Girl X:::0—Dance Orcliestrn 10:30—KireiiHll String Band 370.2—WOAF Kansas City—810 7:30—A. K P. Gypsies };:30—G.'iienil Motora. Parly * 11:40—.Mghlhaivks 293.9—WTMJ Milwaukee—1020 8:30—General Moiors Party , 9:30-Frolic »05.2—WCCO Minneapolls-St, Paul—748 7:30—Vagabonds OrcMe.'tra . S:30—General Motors Tarly 9:30—Third liifiyitry Rand 508.2—WOW Omaha—590 r.:30—Roxy and His Gang, .>>:30—General .Motors Party 9:30—Dance Music 499.7—WOAI'San Antonio—600 7:00—Guhtcr Hotel Orchestra 545.1—KSD St. Loula—550 7 :00—Great V:oiniMiM-rs 7:.';0—A. & T. Gyp.siis X:30—General Motors Pnjur , 3:30—.MooW Magic 348.6—KVPO Tulsa-860 7:00_Husklng Beo K:.in-.-ii.-ncraI .Motors Party 9:30—Artlnta t^onerrt WESTERN . 325.9—KOA Denver—920 8:3'0—.\pprec(.ition Tiogriim !i:O0—tiLitruiU'-ntal l»;Ii—-H. M. S. Pinafore" 468.5—KFI Los Angeles-640 . 10:00—Shell Program li;:00—SpolllCht Hour ,• 416.4—KHJ Los Ang'eles—720 10 00—Orchestra 11:00-Concert . : 336.9—KNX Los Angeles—890 ]0:00—.Master Vlnlliil;it 11:30—Featiiie I'roMram 12:00—Hotel Orcheslrii 384.4—KGO Oakland—780 10:00—Shell Program 11:0n_Pilgrlnis 12:00—Spolllght Hour 608.2—KLX Oakland—590 It:.^—Dinner Cnrerf 11:00—Lao Mcrrllt DueTi.i 491.S—KOW Portland—610 10:00—Shell TroKrnm 11:00—Maxwell Hour 12:00—Spotlight Hour 454.3—KFRC San Franclsco-660 10:00—Blue Monday J .Tmboreo 12:00—Dance Music V 422.3—KPO San Fracvtlseo—710 8:30—Concert Orchestra 10:00—NBC Program 12:00'—Variety Program (2 hrs.) 348.6—KJR Seattle—860 11:00—:Muslral Program 12:30a—Go«fy Bird Frolic 370.2—K HQ Spokane—810 10:00—Shell Symphonlsta 11:00—Majtwell Hour 12:30a—FortnighUy Frolio till anoiinl of iU limillli :itn loavinR tlic f:in!i. Will .sell .-il imlilic .iiuitioii ill my farm 6 iniles; wlp I ami 'i north of lola; 1! iiiilr.'< north :inil 1 fast of I'iriiia: imd 4 inilfs .-oiitli anil L' cart of Ni-osho h'nV.a. on [THURSDAY, , lioKiiiiiiiiK at 10 o'clock Ji. in.. tJio followhiK ilcscriUcil proiiiTty: t IU:AI>! OK HOHSKS AXI» .>iri.K.S-Otjo team of blatik marcs 7 arid g yt'itr.s old, wt-; ;ht" 1JM) (•jK-li; 1 li'uni niiiles. 5 am! K years old. wciidit l'."00. « m:\n^An.-i v\tv --O n CuiTiisi'y cow 6,yc;u'.s olii. fresh »;iviUB 4 -KiiMon.s a-ilay; ". KI'U'U' llolKlein cow.": 1 i 'J-yi-ar-i-i;! Ilol- Kiffn Iieifcr. fresh »;ilvlnff 4 , alI6HH nnlk; 1 2-yiiar-cilil! Ilolsteln iieifer KiufnK .TRalloim uhlk; 1 ri-yc.i-old HWli'lii • r<iw. KlvlnR 1' K. lloiiH " nitlk. Wilj.hj' fresh in April; t.ti ."it yoar-old :lliilntolii rows will lie freiili hy da^ of sale; 1 hfKh,i;•'ule IIolHleiii btilt IK nionUlK oli : ! liiKh Rriitli.' IlolHtnin ciilvcH (' iiioniliH old, 1 lii'irer and 1 bull. lAH.M i .VI'I.K.MKXTS— One John r»eere wide tire wufjon. been out » year; 1 ffed wagon and rack; 1 2- row cultivalor for listeil corn: 1 iii 'neic row culllviilor: for .listed com: 1 16 -inch Kinersoii iiulky plow; 1 .McCorniick nunving machine; 1 John Ueere ilisc: 1 4- slioyel rldlnK (cultivator; 1 6 -Khovel riding cultivator; I l -horKc drill; I corn planter; 1 H-lnirrel Kalvan-. Ir.eil water tank for waRon; i! nelw work hnrneKs; 1 alinoKt now Kav- orlte Ininibator. ''J2ii-eKK capacity; 1 Kofxl 16ft'-cKK Knvoriie liiciiba(oi'; I riO-Rnllon kefoHoiie drum. liOI'NKIIOLI) liOOI»H—Kour 8 Kttllon milk canH_iind other things too iitiincriuiH .to liientlnn. FK'BI»—80 shocks,of corn: aboul 4 toiiH of liiii^^ In Htack; some kuUlr in the hend. ; rniCKK .XS— .Miotit 10 dozen U-K' hprn hens; 2 dozen Itarreil lit;.:., and one do7,en U. 1. Uvds. MOM'N POP ^BiuJ , SERRlCX., IttetHPosfofy PATIEKTLV |ASP055IBLE| lANDTae TO INVEST IM HIS MINING STOCK- IMTHE iMEAMTIME IHlSAMflETY GROWS IM .TftftTTWe iREAL ^eiU. QERRCCk MAY "tORU OP AMD SPOIL. rtlS PLftMS WIELL. BILL, HENRY AND I FlSORED EUERYTHIMG OOT -TbOAY AMD VME TVilNK V/E'LL • BE ABLE To Gerr AIX OF OOR MONES tOQETrtER THE FIRST OF NEKT WEEK TUESDAY, JAN. 17 lHu Tha Associated PresaJ Programs in Central Standard time. All llinu is P. M. unless otherwise Indicated. Wiive lengths on .left of call letters, kilocycles on richL 272.6—WPQ Atlantic City—1100 7:i;—B-mrd of Kduoatlon Concert 9 00—Ilrlilfc-c LenMin 'J:30-Sliiill(i Concert 285.5—WBAL Baltimore—1050 7:00—Slrotnbrrg Carlson Hour S:00--WIIAI< Knscmlilc 608.2—WEEI Bo*ton^S90 6:00—Dinner Music 8:00—Kveready Hour . 9:00—Aiielioii Bridge 9:40—Dance Music 461.3—WNAC Botton—650 7:30—Oii'ry Hou.sc Tonight 8:15—Arlington guiiilei 3:00—Diince Orchestras 302.S—WCR Buffalo-990 f. :00—Voter's Service T :iici—iberling Singers —Kvert.ndv Hour a :oO—Auction Bridge S45.1—WMAK Buffalo—650 6:15-p.^lring ICnsemblo S:00—I'oiiulnr i'rograni 1>;30—Old Fashioned Dance S3S.4—WTIC Hartford—660 -7:00—Seiber:ihg Singers . . .>c: III) —Conc-rt , »;00—Auction Bridge I 422.3—WOR Newark—7ip 5M.";—American Speech Plonccra 5 :30— Dodge .Victory Six Oiou—shelton- Kusemlilo C::;o —H .ver 's Orchestra ; 7:n<l—Sessions Chimes ' S:iin—New York UnlvesnJty j::tr.—Main Street Sketches ?:ii<i—IJsterIno Hour 10:05— Premier Dance Orchestra 491.5—WEAF Ne !W York—610 4 :00—Winegar 'B Orchestra - r.: 00-^Waldorf Astoria Orchestra i;:iio-JVoter's Service ' 7:00—Si'lberllng Singers 7 :30 —-Mr Weavers 5 : 00—l-:veready Hour U:»0—Auction Bridge 3:U0—Dance Orchestras (IK hrs.) 454.3—WJZ New York—660 5:00—Hotel Mangiit'Orchestra «:00—Hiiur of SliiJrt Features 7:oi>—Strombergijarlsoh Hour li:00— I 'onlineiitnl^ X:30—Torrlii Tots 5:30—Mae Singhl Bre«n 10:00—Slumber Music 405.2—WFI-WLIT Philadelphia—740 7:iin_SrllierllnB Singers 7 .1"—.Sealy Air Woavcra S:li<i —Kveready ll'iur 5;«|>—Auction Bridge 348.6—WOO Philadelphia—860 6:30—Diiiner .Music ' 315.6—KDKA Pittsburgh—950 n:ir. —I>Ittle Symphony Orchestra 7:00—Slioiiiberg-t'arlson Hour K :00—inontlnenlals 0:00—a.-inic as WJZ 483 .b ^WJAR Providence—620 C: on—Voters Service' 7:00-!^.il,erling Singer* S :oo—Kvcnady Hour a:00— Auction Bridge • 277.6—WHAM Rochester—180 ; 7:00—Stroiiiberc Carl.son Hour i S on - < 'oiiiinentals 111 :0S —Homesteaders ll:i)r—S.vmphony I'rogram 379.5—WOYScheneelady—790 7 :00— S.'lherling Singera (;:iin—Kvireailv Hour 3 :00— Auction Bridge 333.1—WBZ Springfield—900 6:30—J.Iii.'ilcal Program , 7 :iiO—sirmiiberg-Cariwm Orchestra 9:0.'» — llostonlaiis 356.9—CKCL Toronto—840 6 :00 — r'ojiiil .Tr Music 7 : ci (j—Svinphony Orchestra S;OM —Light Opera 468.5—WRC Washington—640 8:011—Voters Service 7:00—Seiberling Singers S;iMi—rivirreaOy Hour 3:uO—Auctioii Brldgoi 616.9—WTAG Woijceiter—580 6 :00 —Voters Service ' 7 ;00— .S<-iherllnc SInger.i R ;O0 --WT.\i; Symphony 3:00—Auction Bridge SOUTHERN -1010 296.9—WWNC Asheville 7:i)0— I 'ackard Saxes Ji:00—Old Time Music 9:00—Bridge l.*s.son ' 475^WSB Atlanta— 6:1.1—Mctroiiolltan Trio 1 :00—Selbcrling Singers 8:00—F.veready Hour < 3:00—Auction Bridge 243.8—WOOD Chattanooga—1230 7:30—Classical Program 8:00—Studio Program '384:4—KTHS Hot Springs-780 7:30—Flddlo fljind , K :30 —Bridge lx>Ksoni 3:00—Dance Frolic 340.7—WJAX Jacksonville—8807:00—Orchestra 7:30—Uridgo I.AS3on 10:00—Orchestra 322.4—WHAS Louisville—930 6:00—Votqrs Service 7:00—Sclborling Singera 8:00—Evcfeady Hour '9:00—Auction Bridge 616.9—WMC Memphis—«» 7:00—Selberling Singcra 8:00—Evercady Hour 3:00—Auction Bridge 336.9-^WSM Nathvllle—890 7:30—Dinner Concert 8:00—Kveready Hour 9:00—Auction Bridge TKH.MS CASIIf If rmllt, N t! ved set* jonr iinnker. No pro|i«ti1j 1^ lie reiiinred until selfleil for. roi-. WIl-L ftlLEY. AnrtltiiiMT. JOHX WLLK, rierk. Lnnrh SrrTfil by Altar Society of St. MaHln 'N. 1 OLD ELSMORE •Inn. 10. -MiMH Ituth ' Col well Hpunl Saturday with .Mr. and Mrw. Verne Colwell. (Irace Kord Npenl Sunilay night with .Deulah Alderman. Jlr. and Mrs. Ilarold Kalston were in lola Thursday evening. There wan no Sunday school be­ cause.of the bad roads. Hernice. .Myrtle anil Marjorie Stanley spent Sunday afteriiooii with Beulali Alderman. Mr. August Sylvester and .Wrs. J. W. Alderman were hefping Mr. Joe Sylvester with bis hutcherltig Monday. Ho/'anse the ro.id.s are nearly im- pasH.-^ble in ihlH vfi-iully there still Hcarcely any ncws:i 62*— KYW Chicago 8:.10—Dinner Concert 7:00—Strunfbcrg-Carlson Orchestra 8 :U0—Continentals 365.6—WEBH-WJJO Chicago—820 7:09—Selberling Singers 8:00—Tlvoll Theater Present.itlon 8:30—Children of •/.looseheart • 416.4—WGN-WLIB Chicago—720 7:.'!0 —Dinner Concert K:Ofl —Kveready Hour 3:00—Auction Brldgn 344.6—WLS Chicago—870 6:00 -Siipperlfll Program fi;30—Sports (;iub: Orchcatrk 7:10—litudc Hour .447.5—WMAI3-WQJ Chicago—«7« 6:00—Organ necital i;:30—ilinner Orcliisira )i:00—S4>praiin. and String Quartet 10:00—ttrciiestrn <3 hrs.) • 428.3—WLW Cincinnati—TOO r. :30—Crosley Cossiieks 7:1.1—I'roxley Knsrmblo 10:00—Danco Music ' 361.2—WSAl Cincinnati—830 7:00—Selberling Singers .S:00—Kvere .Tdy Hour y;00—Auction Brldg- 399.8—WTAM Cleveland—760 r.:30—Motor Caravan 7:00—Selberling Singers x:00—Kveready Hour 3:00—Auction Bridge 545.1—WFAA Dallas—(50 7:00—Soibcrting Singers 3:00—Male Quartet •.1:30—Armand Recital j 10:00—Bridge Lesson 1374.8—woe Davenport—«0O 6:00—Voter's Service «:30—.Tack and Jill S:00—Kveready Hour 3:00—Auction Bridge 535.4—WHO Des Moinet-^-SisO 6:00i-Voter's Service 7:01)—Selberling Singers' •1:00—Auction Bridge 3:30—Danco Orchestras 440.9—WCX-WJR Detroit—«S0 Z,:T.(i —Dinner Music 7:00—Strohiberg-Carison Orchestra 3:00—Bed Apple Club (2 hrs.) 352.7—WWJ Detroit—850 7:00—Selbcrling Singcra S:00—Kveready Hour 3:00-Auclhm Bridge 499.7—WBAP Fort Worth—600 r, :00—nippers • S:0t)—Varied Program 361.2—WOS Jefferson City—830 7:00—Stintio I'rogram 7:30—Addres^'< —rtaillo Farm School 370.2—WDAF Kansas City—810 7:00—Selberling Singers S 00—Kveready Hour 3:00—Auction Bridge 293.9—WTMJ Milviaukee—1020 C;00—Voters Service '.1 :00—Aiii;tlon Bridge 3:30—I'alal.i DOr Orchestra 405.2—WCCO Minneapolii-St. Paul—740 i;;fl0—Voters Service S:00—Kveready Hour 3:00—Auction Bridge 808.2—WOW Omaha—590 6:00—Voters Service 7:00-SellK-rling Slncr.n S:00—I'opular and Old Time Muslo 3:00—Auction Bridge 499.7—WOAI San Antonio—600 3;00-i-<iet>haidt Mexlr.in Players ' 645.1 —KSD St. Louis—550 7:00— S. ibTlIng Siiicera R:flO—Kvere.-idy Hour 0:00—Au'-tion Rridgo 3:30—Dance Music 348.6—KVOO Tulsa—860 6:00—Red Peppers Orchestra 7 :00_.Sril)<-rlinc Kinger;i S:00—Staff ArtL-^ts Program 344.8—WCBO Zion—870 8:00—Snvphone Quintet; M i x a.d Quartet WESTERN 32S.9—KOA Denver—920 8:30—F.irin Question Box ;>: 00—Bridge l^'s-son 3:30—Dance I'rogram 468.5—KFI Los Angeles—640 lO:00—Evercady Hour 10:30—Auction Bridge 11:30—Tile Rounders 416.4—KHJ Los Angeles-720 9:00—Police. Fire Dept. rrocram 10:30—Troubadours • 336.9—KNX Lot Angeles—890 10:00—Hotel.Orchestra 11:00—Feature Program 12:00—Da^ico Music ^ 384.4—KQO Oakland—780 10:00—Kveready Hour 10:30—Aiictlon IJrldgo 11:30—The Rounders 508.2—KLX Oakland—590 S:30--Dinner Concert 11:00—I-a nee Program 491.5—KGW Portland—610 10:00—Kveready Hour > 10:30—Auction Bridgo 11:30—Venetian Hour 454.3—KFRC San Francitei>—660 10:00—Musical. Program 12:0P—Danco Slusic (2 hrs.) 422.3—KPO San Francisco—710 10:00—NBC Program 10:30—Atiction Bridge ' 11:00—Popular Program 348.6—KJR Seattle—860 10:00—Two Pant Twins 12:00—Dance Mutic 370.2—K HQ Spokane—810 10:00—Kveready Orchestra 10:30—Audio.. Bridgo 11:30—The Rounders • .•Mr:-. f,.\ll,Alfl'K liaiine in iiicnl will Opal .MilL-hcll) Jan. 11. -An'itnilsii:il 111- way 111 I 'jjlorluln- \-i .iiffcri'd lo lliif com- i.Mi 'il.v. ivl^cii the l]!iski -lt Indian < '.ticcii iiliilirstra apVii 'itrs 'on the iiii :li si ;lii(ol li'i 'liii 'i'i'Oiirsi'. -Haskell i:s.'fi^nioii^ fur lis iiiii .><ic a.s/wi -ll as its atlili'tiics and Ibis orKa'ni/al Ion will MIIOW (i)iiticni I !i:'s ni^iN .i7>vcniiiii' i:^j liy f;tr 'jirisl (>.\p| coiirsr. hcr«- .I.'cii .1. H. I Te.\.. s(i>i well; liii'^uti It. It 'll IlOlll i -i -ivei' a iii'itlici. f: liip. Ilv Minnie ^ ::oiii('lliing. of lite dovel- lat Hie Amcrictiir Indian iiiHli";- the ilire^lion oT ill Indian schools. This lie most oiilstaniMiiK iinti I nsive niiiiib-.r "of " the ("lie ailniciion will; appear aty :;:!. ; rkhtirst of Ui-i-ckenridge; jlied liere the firsf of the htJliie frolii'ifis bo.v- in llnnois. wlien lie re-; lesi'itm lelliiiK 'of his"! illinK and lireakiim her isited bis tlatighivr. Mrs. (»JIett and family, silso numerous friends wiiile here. cniiragcd. was one oil .Mr. alld allcmleii' II nie Townsi '.Mr. an.l Mr. W. l-r. ;u few iliiys .Mr.s. CJeorge Ma 1 com la Thursday ^ml ftte din- iheir friend. Stefe Dry- las been quite ill: and is very well yet... y. fi:ientls of .Mrs;'ICmnia be glad lo knbw she red enough from !tbe re- irokl'n IcK lo be ;able lo auain. .•MlliouKh she i|i' yeir.-<. she is the k'ind piM) ^ disregard lime il more active lljan the of lb'.' yiiiinKer; gener- iolitie l.owe. ' wlip has (reatmeni for a.growlli Mr. ;im< were in; Ii ner wiOi ani. wbv not fcelin The liia Owens ] !\vi|l has recovt still (if a. lie up tojvil Is ttion lliatt h:is; th( and !.< n'.it :ivcraf;e ;oi^i alion. .Mrs. Car been lak'in near hei^ cpir. is feeling niijcb en- Miss Ora Clark has lisht lingers and knows how to use them. In a recent contest at Salt Like City -she won by typing S6 words a minute without error. [I long time before life again that .Mrs. A. .1. • .Miiiiti;oniery her callers yest^rilay. .Mrs. Ceorge ^lalconi (e fittieral of .Mirfs .Min- nd in Itiia Tiiiit<.s(lay. ilrs. lieoi'gr ('«rr,'ll and oyd liave retiirni-d from vi.sii Willi .Mrji. f'or- lell's biillbl -r. Mi'. Addie Illack and fanill.v. nen;r Kxeier. ^io.. and ister. Mrs. JToni Hood and ftnolher liroliier Finfs Black and tlit?lr 1am- lllc-' at Mlljer, Mo. ; .Mr. and .'^rs. I). F. V;incey enler- tniiied a gfoiipl of l^altariie girls anil, their friends from nu'ighlior- ing towite ary i:t. Th Iilriying brijlge lale boil 4iincli wif* Tliose en^ii; Misses lOli! •sun, .Maxjii< nis. I.ennie iiiMin. Wanda Shaiiglini)ss Hennis. ' M: Yancey, Me gene Kolj|er| llaugherly. Henschal; VirglK Ihiin Cainmon.' H; Mrs. \V home fnAn Tulsa an(l Friday evinlng: .lanu- • evj;ning was t^vvnl in iitiii wlilsl. ; At a ii!(inly Ihreii'coiirse ^•rvi'ii by I ho hostess. Hie iveniiilt wore: Imls. Opal iKiilker- ene. .Mari--Mc<;in- itig III C.r CrHeno. .Mildted Kidi- S; rce j^srs. .lo<| All I lessi Hon [irla4 Sand .Mrs. .Myli'om the findeir if her Inst in liila sevi •^eems a ehanie property.: w hen contents would I Siie is Civpeii •loss of U'er needs so ill!! tlie findei' iall plti liy llo gl I.AHAUI Harker w'as tietli f'entry line party iiji \Vednesd;i^- Tbo.so atielilrliilg nitrger. .\trs .Mrs. I'hariek .Mrs. Willlan ter Wilson, CLAKKIFIEI) KATES fesi, Mrit. Ki Main .Mrs. Bsllier Kerr and' .MVs. very pleasai ed by all prj ing will m- Wednesday Cecil I 'ei suriirtsed ; a evening by lios clii II ti'ieoiio. .; Kmma rah (Iri 'i -ne. ICiilli la Woods. Klva .loo (.'larkiioii, l^it-. Hiifford. ; Jloberl iir Hamilton. Keil Hose. Karf Wray. ntll .Moiiiils. Carl Lacy. : (•r|r )well lias teltirned a vit^it Willi frjends in Springs. (Ikla.' a.i not li'-ifrd from litirse. wjiidi she ral weeks .ago. It .any one would bo dishonest el^ottg^l (o keep a-nothcr'.s bapers among the dentily Ih6 owner. grieved over the (ises, which site mil wiiiili; can tk> ioil: thinks It will be fVc will risk his way. Mr. and^ Mr.s..Clarence Potter of (ias City entertained the following guests for Sunday dinner: .Mr., ami .Mrs. Henry Poller and daughter. Flessie. .Mr. and Mrs. Henderson -Mitchell, ami isons Jack and Fred. >iites oi Hie Uanie. The basket ball ganie for Friday night with the faciiily and wives and the basket hall girls was postponed, •because .Mrs.. Haglunii wouldn't let .Mr. Ihiglund play. Mr. Cnlbertson had to help his h^'ife wash. Mr. Slayton bad a business trip •to Cameron, .Mo., lo visit Ihe "missus" as usual. A large crowd gallieied in the gym. but was terribly, disapiuiiiited aftfi' Ihe idayers failed lo appesir. .Mr. Dilworth wa's also, glyd the game wjis called off so thai he coitid take his Uiird bridge le.<.son. -7 -('onlributed. '_ AUCTIONS .lak I''- Italpl' •ss trt Hie Twen- memlierii Willi a Cozv Tii<|;ilre on Auctions PiA fro .VT FfllU:KT—Th.- ('linimiit.iiy Pale at Htin»boidt Tlitirsilay. W" can soW anything from :i .•>::.>• buggy'lo n herd of cattle. Itain or shine, wt' have a cover for all who conie, also for ail the gimiis stock. Sale commences iii 1). C. Kllis. PUBfJc AUCTIO.V -Publin auction every Saturday at Irfifi o'cloc": at Rishop's Sales Pavilion Plini.lC AI'f'TlOX I will >;fll at public sale .'•,'/, iiilti's Cmitlf of He- Iron Works, on Keiitinky. Tin--, day. .tail. 17. coniiiMnciiig ; L | 1 II:;;II all of my liveslufk. far'n mafliin- >iy. feed'and hoM .M -hiild fiirni.'iir-' I'l head (if cattle: 2. )i<irs<-:;. w!. . 1'J."itl lbs.: ."> heaii of goiMl milk cows, giving milk or Iresli rig'.jt away:-.'( heifer c;iIves, coming: 1' yi-ars old; 4 head of bogs. 1 brood sow and 'i shoats. wl. alioiil i;o lbs.: 1 mower: 1 rake; 2 cultivators:: riding ^ plow; walkin.:; plow; harrow: 2 . wagons; feed grinder: 2 sets breei-hing harness; 12 do7.eii young hens, white Leghorns; .">n bushel corn; :'.0 bushel kafir; c.ll'alfa in mow; some can-,^ hay: fit! shocks of fodder. This SO acre farm, with plenty of free ga.s is for rent. Terms, cash. 1). Potts, owner. S. Bishop, auctioneer. First .Valional Bank of tola, clerk. kinds of roof work, drayinp. and •ate. _ Dressnjaklnir Mwd .Millinery 2} PLA I.\ Sh* WTS 'O—Clliidlen's clotTicjs and men's shirts a specialty. .Msii do all ^inds of mending. s:i-^ KasI street". PItone 7!li;. _ .Vovlni:. Triirkinir. Slnniire CALL i IIIA.M" TKA.N 'SKICU — Phim;e .S.S.'i. will move you by hour or contract, with experienced men. j WHE.N Y 6' U MOVEi^Or' store yo-ar goods calLCorr's Traiidfer. Offl.':e JI40. resltlnnce l-tn. _ 1 EMPLOYMENT NATIVK LtTMBKR—Mo.-tly oak, any dimensions. iSoe Paul Atkins at. Owl Creek Slock Farm, miles west Httmlioliil or call Bud White IVIotor Co.. phone l.^'O, lola. Sp|:ci.\l/ Tuesday :ind W.ilne's- day only: .".il lb. new ma:Iresses, all col ton. fr.Mi On/y a fiw Jeff. Cliriniiev SweeiK Barter anil K.xrhaUKe WIM. TBADK 1 Del.aval. 1 Ml- loltc. 1 nmio cre:im separator for stoiikT Allen f'o'H'tv (•r(iani_0>. BiiNrneHH nntl Office Kgnlpmcnt M TYPEWRITFCRS—For sale, rent dr trade. AVilliams Typewriter Co, 11.'! AVest Madison. Farm llqnipment 65A Help FAHM IfA.N'l) Murphy. Wanted—Male' Wanted. .US W. IC. .MA-NUKK SPUeADKli—One good as new International. Will .selt or trade tor cattlo or hogs. Chas. D. Horde. .Mildre;!. Box 17. One mile west. *i north of Mildred. .MA.\ "WITH C'.VR—Can you soil the • farm .trade jmd desire a position' insuring an income of $:!l!l5.00 <^r • more pt;r month'? If so. we c.-tn use yoit.. Exclusive territory aifd • weekly : drawing, account. Tlje- Jjennox :0i! Paint Co. Depart-j nient S:iJes. Cleveland Ohio. ^ .' | i TRACTOR -And plows for .sale, in . I good condllioii. Terms, or will "traile for horses, mules or cattle. ' Phone 71S or 24, • Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers .'>6 BALED HAY :{i )c and 20c. Trine Barn,' west of city. Situations' Wanted—Female W! LOOSE PRAIRIE HAY—.\t $4 per ton: also hedge Steiihen AVeitlv. Lallarpc. farm, posts. ltOrSEKEEPP:R~Wauts place with elderly ioitple or widower: references. j.\ddress, "Housekeeper^' care Register.. J_ i FINANCIAL Money to Loan—Mortgages 4i» 2.-> TO.V ALF.VLFA HAY-p.'! miles cast of Carlyle. C.JThophoff.^;. Honsehold Goods $9 F.\RM LpAKS—Quick service aijd reasonable-:' rates. A. D. Hawthorne. j .nVj West Madison. FARM it.VD CITY .Mien County' Investm ley llof^l Bldg.. lola, Ksins. ^.^lA.NS-The iient Co., Kcl- CO.VC.OLKr.M Rl'C.S—up. fixil'st linoleum specials. TIeiininger Furniture Store. CLOSI.NG Ol'T —, On new gas ranges.; re/.nor's and heater-s. a" sliort time only. An opiiortuiiily to buy cheap. P.ryson Furniture Store. N. Jeffer?*)!! avenue. PAR.M A,\D CITYfLOA.VS—BaB"! rate on farms. .I'.'.lcity Cr',. I^n^ j or short:tinie. R.r M. Cunninghatu. .MQ.\'EY-4ro loan on farm and citj- pi-operfy, ,7ack."";n Realty Co., over j Brown's iDrug Siorb. ; ! AKINEY TO LOAN—On farms fir city property. Lowest rate. Stc.wart * Funk.; \ : - second Phone FURNITITRE —-New and. hand. 118 Eiist .lackson. :;:{. Mel W.,-Ful!er. CAS RA.VC.KS -.New and nsed. We exchange. Easy payments. Delivery ser.vite. Citrtis Furniture Co.. f -allarpe, ICans. OVKRSTl'FFED PARLOR SUITES, AValiiiit Dining and Bedroom Suites. Exchange your old for new. Easy payments. Curtis Fnr- ' i TiiOXEY fOLOA.N'—On real cstat", | Jlitlire_CV>^I,;tIl^tiri>e._j_^ 1"'"'| reiiayabi? in stmall monthly pa:^, 17~,'J p,,,„,„ vinwers • mentis. These loans never cnmc due j Seeds,flant-s. Unncrs ctlon -ttetler because cheaper and more j^wKET =('L 0VI; R SEED . conyenie'it. Security Building 4: ... , , . ,, Uiaii .Assn.. Ist N'atl. B.ink Bidii. 63 LIVE STOCK Horses, ttamo. 'V'eblrles AUTOMOTIVE AatomoMIe Agencies ve;ijng. .lauimry 11. were: Mrs. Joe H. IJ. StepbenHon and Peiiningioit, of lola'; Da .Mrl liKherty, .Mrs. Walo. Clevenger, .Mrs. OUsi Barker.' .Mrs. OWo Ohl- COVi'S :;."«. head' iriill: cous: stein tijvi. ;"• yejirs o'll. jo; Kiviii:.' »rs;:!l(>(Ls iRiill |i SWEET =('L 0 VI;R SEED " And lialeil prairie hay. C. II. Wray. Lallari^e or lola |ibotic. , ROOMS ANO BOARD ' 4 «l 1 tint rrosh. ;• 'lay: j; Holstciii ic'iw.^.' I aii'l yc;irs old. Civi.,:: I< uallons each per d.'i.v^: j REAL ESTATE FOR RENT ...lerse.v;.hellers givins gallons | i-^^-^'- _ ; —— T per dav^ 2 •Cueriisey.s. :: and I! Farms and I,and For Kent iR .vears old, giving;:! and I gallons j ^ per day? 2 red Durhams giving • ^ gallon^ each per dav: 1 roaji Miirliam ?lieifcr. just fresh. givin>; Hitmboldt road. Dr. .lolin Wil.soii, 1 galloiiK per day: 2.'. head cov.s i I(tin»boldt. Phone Will freshen from days to tWoj " ~ veeks. Tjie-fi'l cows'consist of Durhams, <:&iernseyK and Tlolstcins Rooms For Ilou^ekeenlnif 69 I, KUft.VT ROO.MS KiiiiiishPii for l':;lil housekeeping, mudi-rti. close to :;i|iiare. Pliolio S.';S.I_ or 2[!r>.' -!.'!.". ACRES a room house, city water, just south of Bassett on Humiioldl lap. Ill ACRE ;—Crain and dairy farni. Phone 19.". or call 210 N. Colborn. and are'^extra good ones. Come ] and hav^ a look at them. Will j sell on Jimi- or trade for other cattle, isorses or mules. J. C- Butcher. ^ . ' FIFTY HEAD—Young black-fac«*ri ewes, sfa'rf lanrbing Feli. 1. Will Cwillim.: Phone 11-10, Moran. . 16.'. ACRES—For rent for cash to man with stock; S."i .-icres hog tight, good improvements. (J. W. -McKiHder. LaHa^rpe. Kans. Houses. For Kent _ 77 ^'OTTACE- 1 rdoms, modern, large .scrneno<rin back porch.'close in. - Imiuire at Dr. Curtis' office'. A t/SED CAR—Ts as dependable as Ihe tiealer who sells it. Dodge Sales and Service. The best place to biiv good, dependable used cars, jio At present we have a complete line ' of iiolh open and closed models, price* to sell. Ellis .Motor Co.. 211 .N'orth Washington. Fl.VE .lEUSEY COW -4 .vears old. just fresfe; going away, must sell. ' HtlCSE ro'im modern, furnished .lesse ('base lola. or L. .'!0( South Thiri|.{ Stepiieiis. I«iHarpe. i HUDSON-ESSEX—Sales and Service. Bud. Wbito .Motor Co.. 219 South Washington. Phone 18P. iank ; Barker. Mrs. Wll- New 'm4n. Mrs. J. A. Reeves, Kebman, .Mrs; ^VilIis iiaiph B:irKer. A t evening was teiiorl- •sent. The n-xt meet-j (,„{jysi^^^f. ..go" iwithMr:^. Otto Ohlfesi ..7,,.. ,„„rj„R: ,Ian. 25. Antom.ohiles for Sule 11 ri.A.SHIKlIU) ItATi:!* I M II V r.iH) xxT lllte f"r cofiseeullve InscrttnnN: Churuo CiKb Blx, day-i Te lie Three i:iyn ... l»c "c lOne d;iy r .'c loc Minlmnm eliarue. Srte 011 njiy ;id. . .MInlnnim cmsh. "I'l-^ ('oe.nt Ave worilK tn 1 line. .''lieelal nit"* for ;-. •I '-i;- ndv.rt:«lns. piio.N'i-: voi'it i'i,A.»;.sini:n' AH TO lit. C,iref..l attintliiii gi \eii to ni:iil or- dem which ^lust lie cn.ih with order. CLASamED DISPI^Y .Vnnouncemijiitii. automotive, bnsl- nesM .ser%-lce... eknplnyment. Ilnnncial, Ilv««toci<^mPreh:indise. real estate. ' .•\n .Kn Tiil:>'-r will Kl;idly OHsIst yi>n If desired, MO tlL -tt the eupy fur your ii<l In t>riiiari :<l la siu-h a mitiitifr as to briUB the (ffeatwl result-* for you. iifiernoou, (iins j was delightfully hii:! home Thursday ^Irs. jl.ena Perkins and fainlly. of ( as C'lty. and Mr. and y\ry. Ralph i»erk ns and ion, of lola. in hbn ir 01 hiii birthday. . .Mr. and' Mrs. !arl Udrkett and little daiii{ht L >r, v ho have IR'en VIM- ItloK the :<ojrnier M • mother. .Mrs. HehcccH Bu Jtett left Wednesday fo'.' AtchlHOii. called there by the .<erlou» IHn^KH if .Mr«. Burkejtfs mother. .Vr .Hi Brltton. .MrH. (iffLy-e Ri>bert.«. of Chicago, arrived ht-n Sui day for a two wegks' vi^lt will her parents. .Mr. and iMrn. {{. W. I locker, and sister, .Mr.". .Ma^g e Smith, and with friends.. •'• ! News Itfits for Saturday's paper came up Qiit sipg on accoant of the report« encrusting: them to her husband. • The husband was not seriouiny lin urei iu the explosion which l^llovcd Ihe announcement that be l^id "fpi gotten" tlieiu/but COACH—Chrys- Dodge •touring; HE.\D»-(;ooiL work horses. ^' matched ?pair; 2 sets work harness: fi J-'ord ears; all kinds f|f farming Jmplemonts. Will sell on time or 5rade for livestock. J. G." TSiitcher. I . or tiufiiriiisheci. Phone U2.S. IIOrSE—Five; room miiderii. with garage, for neiil. .S:!:! .North street. Inniiire M. .t M. Crocery. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Brokers In Keal Estate K Poultry a^d Supplies f9 1112:", Fnnl tudor sedan; Ford road- j sters: Ford tourings; Ford couiies.iFOH All are In good shape. We trade.' Ross Arbuckle's (iarage,' Chrysler deal'TS. Phone .">fi. BABY' CiriCKS '.-For Jan. 17 ami 21 delivej-y. Custom hatching, 2c pirr egg w;hcn set and :ic per cliick addetl wl^n hatched. Sturdy Chick Hatcher.vj 220 V.'est street. i iFOR SALE OR TRADE—I^Harpe: ten acres well'improved, close in; store biiililing. well located., lola: four room house in city; :!fi acres three miles out. Humboldt: Two improved city properties. W. H, Wood, I.,aHarpe. __ O. K. I'SKD CARS-1927 Chevrolet coach: 192.=; Chevrolet tourini?: 1927 Chevrolet ton truck; 192.'. Ford coupe; 1924 Chevrolet road- gler; 1924 Chevrolet ton truck, with grain hotly. Other cheaper used cars. Shelly .Motor Co., IIS West .lackson. Phone 60. OAKLAND — Dealers — PO.NTIAC '26 Oakland coupe: •2."> Buirk light six touring, fine shape; '26 Nash advanced roadster, Al shape; "26 Ford roadster; '27 Ford coupe': '23 Ford tudor., fine* shape; •2:5 Oakland touring, good: '23 Chevrolet foiH- door sedan; '2.5 Chevrolet tourShg: '24 Chevrolet oonpe: '21 Dodge Imiring. Si^veral other cheaper used cars. Cash, term.i •or trade. Hobart Motor Coi SALE- Two brown loms. PSt.tie 94r,F22. turkey .VICfiJ BRQN/.E TI.'RKEY—Tom l<;.r sale. Inluire of .1. W. Ulm. lofa Route 2. • Farms and Ijind For Sale 83 IT, ACRES-.I miles on .North Ken- tin?ky street road.- known as Jef- f';rs farm. D. W. .leffcrs, Selma, Kansas. ONE BRONZE TURKEY—Tom f^r sal€f or Jraib south of-lola; .Mrs. S. E. Roll*. ROORTEIt-One S.C. R. I. Red and J.-. Buff Rock puUet.s.' .Mrs. S.; E. Ross, south of-lola. • 120 ACRES—Lotated 2',i 'miles northeast on gravel road, immediate • posses.vion; or wHl rent. Thos. Fltzpafrick, LaHarpe. Phone .'lii-l. I^aHarpe ' RHODE ISLAND RED -Cockerelii. rose consb. full blooded. ."ll-'S 8. Third. Mrs. .Mary J. Wilson. ; MERCHANDISE Articles For Sale DAIRY OR BREAD W.\OO.N—.^t your priie, or will sell the c:i1i anil top Separate- W. L. .Mll.ioa. 402 S. Walnut street. Phb, bfj. Suburban For Sale^ 87 SCBITRBA.N PL.\CB—For-sale; on good, road; good improvements: at a bargain if taken soon. Call .phone 968 F ;;2. S . Kenlijcky .street. SUBURBAN TWO ACRES—For sale, iiiiproved, good house, plenty of fruit, close to LaHarpe; clieap for nuiek sale. Touring, car :ln gixid running condition, ar a bargain nrioe. See owner. "W. Ira Hammer, LaHarpe.

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