Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 23, 1933 · Page 7
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, February 23, 1933
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r~ lOLArKANSAS - THE lOLA DAILY REGKTEJl. THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 23, im. ; PAGE SEVEV debrda Alderman ind xj: D. Smith Aw Married a* Methodist r Parsonagre Sunday. f HE NijWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) ''BUT, HOW y^VNE Ci>M'T KEEP By Cowan , (Mrs. G. H. Ford.) • MORAN, Feb. 21..^eorba Arlcne. claughtf r of Mr. and^AIxB. D. M. Alderman' and L. D. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, vferq united In marriage Sunday morning at 9:30 at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. J. R. Williams, pastor of the Methodist Et)^^opal church, j The young couple weW'attended by i the groom's sister Mis§ Louise Smith, | and the bride's bi[other'Ciarence Al- | derman. Both, the brtde and groom j were bom here and have lived all their lives in this community. Both xire gn(dtiates of the Moran 'high school and are Dspecially popular among their wide circle of friends who extend hearty congratulations and good wishes for a happy and prosperous married life. A wedding dinner was sen -ed at six o 'clock - Sunday "evening at the home of the briide's parents and was attended by the members of the immediate families and a few close friends. Those attending | the dimmer beside the honor guests were the bride's par- '^PaP'S TJlGHT! J Oovi-T SEE AKiV: .QEfcSOM "MHV SHE SHOULb c,UPP6ttt viUOM vJe D\DM'T EVEM VOJoiw, WFTER. M- TURNED^ OOWM mT %2S 3bB VES, AMO ^r&u \.VJK-TCH ME TELL' -THKT B\G BLUFF •"MNV, THE • WvlWUTb r GET, HOME. children. Elo;se. Keith, and Wanda Louise, and Miss Grace Shively, Toronto. The Moran unit Df Farm Bureau women announce a |quilt exhibit aind social tea at, the Methodist Episcopal church Tuesday afternoon, February 28. A prograkn of mijsic and readings and a tall; by a representative from the agijicultural college. Manhattan, will be. given. A most , cordial invitation is extended to all Alderman,of the home; the families to attend, and to ebter this exhibit of Mr. j^and Mrs. Ralph Ludlum. ^nd enjoy the afternoon as guests BarUesville: Mr. and Mrs. Russell | club. There wiU bp no ad- Ludlum, Elsmorc: Mr. and. Mrs.! mission or coUectioi, and the gen- ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Alder- inecn, Liither, Clarence, and Shirley S i Prank Bacon, -lola; Mr. and Mrs. Ried Smi;h and daughter • Miss Louise Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stafford, and Mr. Harold Wliitfa- eral public is especially welcome. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burrell were Sunday afternoon giuests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown. They reiMrt Mr. went to lola Monday where they will make thelir .home. The groom will continue in the employ of the Bacon truck Une company, i- Mrs. John Judge returned Sunday from ' Topeka and reports her daHgHte^ Miss Pauline,' who is in thfe S.'-B. A. hospital., as getting along nicely following an opcra- tl6h for appendicitis last Wednesday. : ' Mrs. Audrey Talley who is teacher In the jflfth and sixth grades of th^'lilbran schools, i'eturned to her work In^hday morning, foHowing an absence; of three werfcs because of fllniess. ' j Mr/ahd|_Mrs. Albert Manning and daughter Betty .werc^Suhday guests illness of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood and Ron Scott were Sunday guests of their daughter Mrs) peorge McCormick, and Mr. McCi>rmick. Elsmore. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pennington of Kansas City werA guests over the week-end of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pennington and on ^riday they together .spent the dajy in lola at the C. E. Pennington home. Chuck BrouUlardland Harry tJm- phrey were business visitors in Port Scott Monday. j Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin and two boys Billy and Bobby w-ere Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin eist of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ekrl Green and and the group of girls as follows: Helen Oliphant, Hope Anderson, Jean Gilliam, Maria Jane Cox, Francis Nevltt. Mildred Vestal, Ruby Hall, Verle Lacey, , "Virgihia Twineham. Games were played and at the close of the afternoon refreshments were served. Verle Lacey was the recipient of a gift from the girls of the class, presented during the afternoon. Members of the senior and junior Christian Endeavor societies will present the pageaiit "Christian Endeavor to All Nations," next Sunday evening in the, and all who care to attend are invited to do so. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kester and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Churchill. Mrs. Walter Wood and her daughter Mrs. Louise McCormick and Mr. McCormick of Elsmore attended the Moments music club minstrel in Tola. of Mr.5nd.Mr^,E.H:VBart!ctt. I daughters Zella Arine and Loretta Mrs. Emma Keith. Colony, visi here Sim^ay mornftig with her mother ;Mrs. Mary Lacey and was a dinner Jgiiest at the home of her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bbively and son Jimmic. Other " guests ih 'the Shively..liome Sunday Include^ ^rs. Veva Hpbart and three SHE NEVER SAW GlY-CAS'EOUAL Lee .spent Sunday iiji Kincaid at the home of Mr. Greeii's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Qreen, and with Mrs. Green's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hickman. I . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cassell of Fort Scott. Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Martin and children were, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Tdm Craig enter- I talnod Mr. arid Mrs. P. Durbin last I Friday. . • Mrs. Annie Wright who has been spending the winter with her daugh- ;ter Miss Mina Wright In Oregon, NEWS OF COLONY Uouse Owned by .Mrs. E. P. Hendrix Being Remodeled—Brshears to Gamctt Tuesday. COLOrJY. Feb. '23—The rural mail carriers of Anderson county met at the Henry V/e!ls home yesterday. They enjoyed ii covoroiJ dish dinner at noon. The n-.c'mtirrr, of the Woodinon lodge wtro guests :it a picture show given in the hall Monday night. Dorolliy youngest daughter of Mrs. Crusrnz Owens, is ill. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bc*hears v;cre busine.s.s callers to Gnrnett Tuesday. The o'.ynrd by Mrs. E. P. Hendrix is bring rt>modclcd.. H. T. Hill did not po to I.lhnoi.s with Grovor Tinner :ind Thomas Murray,?rd,nv. Mr. and Mr.s. F. E. .Wilmoth were loin vi.sito:-s Tiie.sdi)y nipht. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lpwi.s weri' lo!.-! visitors Tucsduy. Grace Booni\.six-y('.T!--old daugh- i tor cf Dr. r.nd Mrs. R. W. Boone OJ'| Dc-Soto. is ill of stiv'iUococcus infcc- i ii,clRi4 :j6sjAL - of Pai»- ama, navi-ow^ iieeij. of land? 7 Bhiotul, IS To challejiKO. 1 .4 Lefntiet of , feclinpci-iicy. 3 6 Coiiuiiinder-i n- chicf of.iab.a- jiese ai-niy iii Mjiiciiiirla. IT Vrb'i)hct." IS Native metal 19 To :nb(I. 20 Taiiher's vessel. 42 Sail. 2S I 'ndried raisin. « To cjixt. Aiiswer to Prcviou.s I'lizzlc . ^ lij.Saglish coin. \ KI'.TM'.il L'l poor! (Oil- tain(;r. . 2i .Animal jolly. 27 erected. ::() Mushy iOf. .21 Green fodder vat. '^1 Uailroatl I a bhr.). 31 Tosses. 36 Let it stand. 37 i'ound (abbr.). 3S Almond. 40IJiidfc'i- whist tonibinations. i:i Hrawler. 46 Moiliisk. IT To reimbiii> with couniye. irt Cyst tumor, fill lll-lemport-il woman. .',1 Stair posts. Having a tail. 55 Withered. Frozen densert.s. . , ."iT DeslrnL-tion.' 5S Winter rr.ri-i;ii;i>; l-KUU. •J (liutmoiii. " i^xpf-rinionts. 1 .Maseulinc , pronoun. 5 Vou and mo. i; To desxiise. T Srnirs. .> .\.-uiei- ITunoun. '.I Type i:ioa.~uro. IS Roman ,1 *1 Kohlieti. 11 To make amends. IL' Humble. 22 To chatter. 25 Sjjring festival. 24 iiites qt reiigion. 2,'; Next :yice- , • presiSent of ^t..A-. v.- • 2q'fQ,bl.9,«v:.^.honi. 2S-KaJseJib6tls. |rj 29 Caytai oj; ^ irisii Wee Stati.-' 3.3 PiiuncU of ruiiiinanls. Itains as in winter. '.\6 l-'erfumc. :;T Cantered. :V.t Units ot duration. 11 Reverouee. 42 Vi ipl.). 44 Dressed as leather. 4G Heaped. emperor. r.O Moral fault. rrl Lion. 54 To. bp ijj. . AT« =o tu„» v ,„,:.'t,„oit», tio" of tlie nose and tliioat. Scveial Practical Vurso Savs, Almost Mirac- ! ^°-'f^^^^tr H! I K f ^ t"^" ^-''oo' children -hero are ill. Ulou^ How Gly-Cas Conquered ' ^".I'^^. Dr. Boone is the .son of Mr. ;«nd Shenmatism. Stomach; ''^\J^^f^r^'^^ul°J^^^M^^- S. B. Boone, north of Colony, i llii'^e^ll^' —^IMrs. Bcone is the dat.ghter of Mr.' Paul Baker who is attending junior college in Fort Scott, spent the i week-end with relatives and friends Kidney Trouble. ; "Gly-Cai? is deserving',o|, all credit! for mv'prisent sood Health." said j Mrs. Mary Vandegove: Kr=R. No. Ottumwa. Iowa, rcspectejd practical j equal'.GlynQas. For 13 ,. ,, . .. • . „„ „r ; " Mr. and Mrs.'Fave Mitchell and nurse, r I have seen the acaoii o. ^^^.^ ^^^^ ^^^^ several, medicmes but nc%er one to , ^^^^-^ Saturdav guests of Mr. and j,ear:> ineu-|j^jj.^ ^ ^ Mitchell and other rela: tives. M^rjorie Kester entertained her Sunday school teacher and members of the class with a valentine party Satiu-day afternoon and had as her guests Mrs. Blanche Barnes and |Mrs. Rul'us Martin and a .sister of Mrs. Rn'ph Lewis, of Colony. M IS . M. E . Neville. Mrs. Lith.n^ Hariivaii. Fraiik :ind Tom Dickerson were.calkd to Cenicrvilie yesterday on account of t he S'.'rious illness oV Mrs. Je.'Vie Hibbs. Mrs. Neville' and Mrs, Haiinah. Oil Hill and Harper, ri:s|)ec;iv;rlv-. arrived in Colonv Tuesday. Mr. and -Mrs. Ellis Golden and ,son were lola vi.sitQrs Mondpv tiiaht. Mrs. Ida Cox. Weldn. WF.S a business visitor in Colony^^rdav. New.York, Feb. 23. (AP)—A midday selling flurry sent shares into an emphatic decline in the stock exchange today, but pressure soon stibslded.'. At-the close, many of the leading issues were off 1 to 2'- points. Selling was in the largest volunie in, weeks, the turnover approximating 1,350.000 shares. Weakh .C'SS of securities was general, including the bond market, and oyer the counter trading. La-ck oi" constructive developments, rather than adverse news, appeared the chief influence on scntirtient. Tlic infd .-week statistics bh electric power an,d steel production showed small recessions. North American reduced its quarterly stock dividend tO; 2 per cent from 2'i. General Railway Signal ordered the regtilar quarterly of 25 cents. Issues losing 2 points or more in-, eluded Anxeqcan Telephone. .American Can, Case, Public Service of N. J.,;. Johns Manville, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, New York Central. Allie.d Chemical. J. C. Penney, and others. Delaware •atid Hudson, lost as, much as 4 points. Pinal prices in the main were close to the day's lowest. Cities S.erv QO of Ind Kansas City Produce. / . Kansas City. Feb. 23. (AP)—Egg^ 9V-. Hens .7-P. Other produce unchanged. Clhrysler Says: Chpsrsl0p Six Is the Greatest Six EVER TO BEAR HIS NAME! "Ibat's Plenty to Say of Apy Car We Would Be Very Pleased to Have Y QU L^ok 0t Over and ' Drive It! ROSS ARBUCKLE GARAGE CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Sale»—Service—Parts AUTOMOTIVE 6 Auto Accessori^ Tires, Farts Kansas City Grain. • . Kansas City, Feb. 23. CAP)— Wheat 204 cars '.i lower, to ^ic. hi ^h-. er; No. 2, dark hard horn., 43Vir52. No. 3 461 ^-43; No. 2. hard ^43^46; No, 3. 43'~J-44-j;„- No. 2. red nom... .43 'i-49; No. 3, nom.. 43-48. • , Qlose: May 41 • s; • July- 42' i; Sept. 43'^!:, " •. , Com: 57 cars 'i to lower;.$Ip. 2, white nom!. 21-21 Ij; No. 3, non>., 20 -21; No. 2, yellow, 21'^-21=yi; No. 3, nom.. 20 '"i -21S; N Q. 2, mixed nom.. 21-21'-.:; No. 3 nom., 20-21. Close:.May 21;-ii; July. 23U. Cats: 3 cars; lower; No. 2 white nom.. 17'irl8; No. 3, 17. Milo maize, notn., 48-.i2. Kaiir, nom.. 41-44. Hye. fioni.. 33-34. Bariey. 24. Wholesale—GAS:. Per Gal., 5^; (Not the Cheap 3rd Grade Ga.s) VINE OIL & GAS CO. LIVE S1X)CK 2i Horses, Catil^ Vehicles father, John, with the members and one guest. Mrs. Will i housework. Mr. (jliff Chatten wiU Clay. All present were well enter! move in with Mr. Turner who is 85 , tained. Two comforts were tacked MARY VANDEGORE. matism maae me mfseraole. couldn't sit or! lie in otie position for more than 5 minutes. Sleep was imiios- sible. rkidnej-s got me ,up every few minulfes, was_ completely^ worn out. But Gly-Cas quickly restored'my health, freed me of that awful rheumatism, regulated kidneys and agaln^ feeling fine, and get around h with .ease. I had also had a bad stomach, some said^,ij,, was ulcers, suffered dire misery!''tiit Gly-Cas relieved me of that easily. Is it any wonder i say Gly-Cas( action is almost imiraculous aflqr-what It has done for me." !' Gly-Cas is sold by Scarborough Bros.' Drug Store, lola, ap^d . by all - leading drug stores in .surrounding towns. , WOMANLOST 20P0iJNDS IN 4 WEEKS ! STAR DISTRICT (Mrs. S. M. Dickerson .i ' Feb. I8.i-Mrs. Elza Chesebro and jMrs. Aniia Simp.son ^ \1sit-ed with Mrs. Leona Beard and Marguerite Wednesday evening. Lloyd Walters and Donald and Helen Perdue were Saturday callers • hirVther P. J. Powell, Monday, at S. M. Dickerson's. I i years old so he will not be alone- Mrs. Howard Markley will ha\'e' and a-bountiful dmner .was served at noon. Several members came in an all day meeting of C. C. club the afternoon who were unable ito Thursdays February 16. as last come for the full day. Mrs. Charles Thursday was too cold for the members to be pfcsent. Lee Norman and Ralph Dickerson drove to Fort Scott Monday for a load of coal.. Ed Powell of Lone Elm called on i Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Curtis and j daughters. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Boone and Haroldine came home -Sunday to help celebrate their fa- Mr.s. Mae West of St. Louis. Mo., i'hcr's. S. M. Dickenson's birthday writes: "I'm only 28 yrs. old and ^ ^""'^'Rrsary. Mrs. Boone made the weighed 170 lbs. until taking one ^ bnthday cake, a large angel food, box of your Kruschen Salts just 4 ! A petition lias been circulated re- weeks ago. I now weigh! 150 lbs.' I alsd have more enerp' and fmther more I've never had a h\mgry mo-: ment." Fat folks should tike one half teaspoonful of B:ruschen Salts in a glass of hot water in the,morning before breakfast—it's the SAFE, harmless way to reduce as tens of thousands of men and women know. For your health's sake ask for and get Kruschen at any drug store— the cost for a bottle that lasts 4 yeeks'ls but a trifle and if after the first bottle you are not Joyfully satisfied with results—money back. PUBLIC SALE! To di^lve partnership we, the undersigned, will sell at Public Auction on the (5l}-de Thomijson farm 2 '-j miles northwest of lola. on— Monday Feb. Z% Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described property: 5: MULES AND HORSES—One t«an) big miiles ;2 bay mares: 1 bay horse. 23 HEAD OF CATTLE—11 head good young Guernsey milk cows, -giving milk; 1 Guernsey bull; 6 Guernsey heifers: 5 Guernsey calves. . / 77 HEAD OF HOGS—Ten Duroc brood sows: 1 boar; 66 Duroc shoats. weight about 80 lbs. each. _ FARM IMPLEMENTS. ETC.— Grain; wagon; / hay wagon: 14-inch _wan£lng plow; single-sliovel; disc; 2 hari ^ows; John Deere com plant- er; 2 Deere cultivatprs; Deere corn binder; International Ensilage cutter; com shelier; feed grinder; 1- row lister; pole wood saw; grain binder; fanning mill; grain drill: mower; hay rake: manure spreader; Cushman engine; small trucks; Fcrdson tractor and plows; 2 sets heavy harness; old set liarpQss; hog ringing crate; 6 galvanized chicken coops; tractor belt; scoop boards; milk scales;^ tank heater; De Laval cream separator; cream cans; 100 chickens; 400 bushels oats; 30 tons erisilage; J7 tons alfalfa; a. lot; of Sargo; 400 bushels com. questing a return of the R. F. D. .service over three miles and .service to five families. Mrs. W. M. Varner was in Colony • Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Oliphant droVe up from lola Tuesday evening for a short visit with home folks. About 30 relatives and friends brought their dinners and came in Rose will entertain March 2. Roll call response will be Cun-ent Events. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Chesebro Returned to their home in Wicldta Saturday ! after spendmg several days here! on business arid visiting. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Denney and children spent Simday near Lone Elm at tlie Lloyd 'Wilson home, i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dickerson aiKl iLee Norman were dinner guests -at Joe Gilliland's Sun^y.'Wednesday to , surprise Mrs. Anna • M^"- and Mrs. W. M. Varner drove Simpson, a belated honor for her: ^° lo'a Saturday evening for a vlkit birthday wliich anniversary was ' ^^''th Lenelle Vamer's. February ,7 when the cold kept the j Mrs. Anna Simpson called on Mrs. crowd at home. A fine dinner was; Cena Dickerson Monday afternoon, partake^ of ajid a large angel food Ralph Berg was on the sick list piade by Mrs, Leona Beard with the last of the week. * -^—^ '— — «--- — i f ^i_i_»„««. e the first of .the week'helping her ;^j??# made by Mrs. i Mr. Kirkinan of Sfcrawn bought TERMS CASH—If credit Is desired see your local banker. No prop- ! !erty to be removed until settled for. Don'i take, calomel^ HERE'S NEW HEALTH FOR YOUR LIVER Now banish bad breath, pimples, constipation; feel like a milliont That, tired, feeling in the morning, that "dark-brown" taste in the mouth - if you would banish tliem and win back bubynht health, don't expect relief from salts, mirieral oil, or candy and cliewing-gum la-xatives. For such remedies only move tlie twwels. Wfifle cliances are, you're one of the thousands suffering from sluggish liver wiiich does not yield sufficient bile—causing pimples, blemishes, headaches, fcad breath and a general run-dpwii feeling. Wliat you need is something which acts thoroughly but harmlessly upon the liver. And in Dr. UdwardsiOlive Tabletsyou will find that "something," wliich stimulates the bile flow. A successful substitute for calomel, these famous tablets are compounded of pure vegetable ingredients, and have laeen praised for years by millions; To get and keep tlie bile flowing freely—correcting constipation, skin troubles, and win back tliat "fine-and- dandy" feeling of youth—go to your druggist for Dr. !Edwards Olive Tablets today. 15c, 30c, 60c. Clyde Thompson T. R. HoBio^as* cots. HOLMES AND SMOCK, Anctioneers. lOLA STATE BANK and A. .M. DUNJLAP, Clerks. Good WIl Club WIU Serve Lnnch. THE J. F. GRENNAN PRODUCE CO. CO. COGHILL, Manager POULTRY AND EGGS Egp Cases and Supplies Old and ReUable—Establis,hed 1911 Comer Monroe and Elm (Just West of the Water Tower) ehaiies Rose completed the feast. • Miss Anno's purebred Jersey bull As 'e^Sifag drew near the guests "Prince." a fine animal. Prince will Amn T&T .. Aran Tob B . Anaconda' ... Atchison .... Auburn Bethlehem .. Case J I Chrysler .... Con Gits Con Oil Drug: Inc .... Geh Elec Gen I Motors . Int Harv .., Mont Ward . Packard ..... Penney J C .. PhilUps Pc!:r Radio . Socony Vac . Std, Brands . SO of NJ ... Union Pac .. Texas Corp .. Un Aircraft U S Steel .. Warner- Pict Westingh.E . High Low Close 2', '2 19 18-, 19 52',' 00', 50'; 98'• DC: 9G^; 52'. 52'; CM 5 •, ,6 38' i • 36', 36' J 39'. 30', 12 11 ''J 39', 35 35-s lO 'i • 9"s 9=; 46's 45I.,: 45', 5\ 5 -N 33 "i 32", 33 11". .lO 's lO", ll-'-. 10\ 10"., 16', 15'.< 15'., 10', 9'. 9 'i 2'^ 2 2 22's 20 20 5':; 5-s b 3'j 3 3',; .6^ <y> 14--, 14-,.; 14". 24 . 23 23', 69'; 66 "i 66^.; 11 'j ll"s . 21';,: 20', . 20'., 25^-, 25 25 1':, 23-, 22'., 22^, K. C. Livestock Close. Cattle; fed steers steady to weak: choice ,1337 lb. weights $5.60. Jiogs and sheep: Unchanged; Estimated livestock receipts for tomorrow: Cattle 800; hogs 3,000; .sheep 3,000. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. Feb. 23. (AP)— <U. S. Dept. Agr.)—Hogs 3.C0p; no. directs; iairly active. 5 to mcsily 10 higher than Wednesday's aVei-age; top .$3.25 on choice 170-211): lbs.; pocd and choice. 140-350 I'os.. $2.85:).2,'}; ruckint^ sows 275-550 lbs., $2.15* 05; sliocU pigs, good and choice. 70130 lbs., $2.25-50. ' . Cattle: 2,500; Calves: 600; market gonei'nlly steady; fed , .stctir trade slo\v due to higher askin^l! prices: steers, gcdd and choice. 550^1500 lbs.. S4.00-f).75:' common and medium. 550 lbs. up, S3.00-4.60; heifers, good!and choice. 550-900 lbs.. S3.75-5.50; cows, good. S2.35-75: vealers (milk fed), medium to choice. $3.50-6.00: stocker :,nd feeder steers, good and choice S4.G0-5.75. Sheep:. G.OOO; lambs active, around 15 higher; sheep steady; top fed COWS — Just fresh, and cows to freshen soon. J. C. Butcher. West Street roa!d. TEAM YODNP"HORSES—At Jenkins farm 6 inlles north of Moran. Make offer direct to H. M. Carpenter, 218 ' East Tenth street, Newton. Kas. " 6 HEAD OF DAIRY COWS — 2':. miles northw ^st ^o' city on T. E. Wilson fapn. GgrreU. 22 Poultry KfifA Supplies ALL feTRAIGHT^eds Chicks, day old, 500, $25; started chicks sliplit- ly higher.: Speplil deal on Custom Hatching in ca^ lots. Sunflower Hatchery, Gas City. BABY CHICKS—R)r February 20tli hatch, '400 S. c;meds, 175 Barrcii Roclcs, 200 Buff Rocks at $5.45 per 100. Book yout i^ders nov/, for custom hatching, lite per egg. Taylor i Hatchery & Produce, 201 South Jefferson- BABY CHICKS 100% from flodcs blood tesiea and certified by Judge Harris, poultry expert. - Ask about our 90% guaronted on Ciustom Hatching.; All heavy breeds 5';c " Ass't Heavies,.. .5c Custom HatchlngHic or $5 case WILLSON FARM HATCHERIF.S (Formerly CantrelD 2 miles sotilh on 73W of L. E. Steele Supply Co. 'Talk Chicks with Wlilson" CUSTOM HATCH—Ic in Modem Buckeyes; set ea. Mon. Have purebred blood tested chicks. Leg. 4'-c, big breeds 5c, !assorted 3i ,,c. Rtis- sell Hatchery, Gas. Phone 955 -3. LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs, firsts Eggs, seconds Eggs, thirds Eggs, ungraded Hens, No. 1 Kens, No. 2 No. 1 Springs, I'.C- lbs. up . Mo. 2 Springs ! Capons, over 9 lbs Capons, over 8 lbs Caix>ns. over 7 lbs. ..: Capons, under 7 lbs. Slips Butterfat, lb Stags, lb 4c Cocks 3c Geese, lb 3c Guineas, each 10c White Ducks, lb 4c Colored Ducks, lb 3c Hides, per lb. Ic Mixed Com, bu 13c Yellow Corn, bu He Wheat, bu , 28c Kafir Corn ..., 13c ...9c .. .7c .. .5c .. .8c ...8c .. Gc .. 6c .. 4c . .10c ,..8c . . .Gc .. Gc . . .4c .. 14'-' Carpetbaggers. After the Ci,vil war many politicians from the North, some with good intentioijs, while others were |mierely unscnipulous adventurers, took up temporary residence in the South and attempted to shape the reconstruction of the. Southern states. These men were reproach'-, fully termed -'Carpetbaggere." Their influence with the newly enfranchised Negroes resiilted iri a regime of fraud, plunder and chaos wliich brought the South to the verge of economic ruin., , Kansas City' Hay. Kansas City. Feb. 23 Hay: 18 cavs, unchanged. lAP) — guests at Mrs. Anna SimiKon's Sunday. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Charles departed leaving piany good wishes head his herd of purebred Jereeys. jarfd hopeis for the (iomlng yearis to Ed Lockart and Miss, Hazel Lock- . their loved friend. - ! art, Messrs. and Mesdames Elza Gerdsen and Mi', and Mrs. Robert Thureday jfe. Marklgy wa!s host- i Chesebro, C. O. Rose! W. W. Shnpr Gerdsen were her guests. The moti «s to a large number df C. C. club : son and Elmer Simpson We're dinna- folks attended the Raniey sale. By Williams la:n!:S ;55!l5; lam'os. good and choice | .X^ yo lbs. down. $4^5-5^25; go<3d I UNPLOWER (3H1CKS - Hatches and choice. (X). 90-98 los.. $4.o0-j y,eeiay. See -us before vou get 5.15; ewes, gpou and clioice. 90-lo0 j chicks or hatclihig. Sunflo"...:. -„ . Hatchery. Brdnson. . (Xi—Quotations based on ewes and v.cthcrs. 23 VVant4Sdj— Live Stock ALL KINDS 'OF HORSES—And mules, apy size, from 3 years old to smooth; mOuth. Bring them to Butcher's bam. Morris Studna. :. MERCHANDISE ^^ed, IPnel, Fertilizers ; BALED ALFALP^.- $6.00 ton. A. L. ' Townsend. HAY — Loose. 5 miles southeast of LaHarpe. W; A; Moerer. Household Goods GOOD U§ED "Gas Ranges, dinih;.; and living rbotn suites. Save at Ciiilis's,: 10 N. \j/ashington. USED STO'Vi^ and Purriiture. Store packed. -Hennlnger's Furn. Store. 25 USED ?GAfi RANGES—$2.50 up. - Henniriger's ;Furiiilure Store. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything' U.sp t\ip. CIn.s.sified column!*' LEGAL I NOTICE. I, Jim Chczem, convicted on ihi 31st day of Januarj', 1928, ql the crime! of burglary, rpcond dcgi-ee, in Allen County. Kansas, will apply oh the 30tli day of March. 1933, to the Governor, at his office in Topeka,, Kansas, for a Conditloiial Pardoh. Signed,JIM CHEZEM. (2)-16-23-(3)-2-9-r6. SWAPPER'S COLUMN WANTED TO EXCHANGE — Used furniture for baby buggy in good condition. Phone 1052. AUTOMOTIVE Antomobiles For Sale 1927 OAKLAND COUPE hi good condition will "be sold by us at auction 3 p.-m. Saturday. Febru- • • arv 25th.—McCarthy Motor Co. PONTIAC-BUICK • Saltis and Service Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jefferson Phone 80 HUDSON-ESSEX—Parts and Service. Bud White Motor Co., . 209 South street. Phone 60. • SALES Dodge. SER^CE Piy^OUth Dependable Used Care and Trucks- ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone 3Ci Cash—Trade—Term* G Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts TEXACO PRODUCTS — Goodrich Tires. Cash paid for used cars. Logan Reynolds, 307 West Street. 50-LB. •^TEIGHT All Cotton Mattresses, ^$2.95. W. H. Wood Pine Furniture, 292 S. Jeff. Phone 190. 39 Macbt^eri and XobTs 1933 IS AfBABGAIN YEAR 14" J. I. C9fie ,;'W»lking Plows. .$l4.oo 16" J. I.Case-pi Lift Sulky Plow ..!..•.%.!..... $48.50 (A low iin sulky $34.50) 14" Hi Li^ amt Plow $54.50 6 -Blade StallcCTtter ..S27 ,,.i0 Riding Ciiltivat* $29.50 l^-j" Team Himess $37.50 I'.::" Farm Breeching Hames.s S41.50 l^i" Farm Breaching Harness $44.50 Are You Oo(ni to Cash In On If^ SHANNOI * HARDWARE lola, K4i>sas 30 Musical. Badlo SEVERAL giSod used radios. Terms. Hennlnger's Ft^iture Store. 31 Seeds, Haitts, Flowers FLAX SEED—Wlltless. $1 per bu. Allen County Implement Co. ' NO. 1 KAIJDTA SEED OATS— 20C a bushel. See Bri0iam Hardware. SEEDS— Blue grass, 15c lb.; white , clover, •• 45e lb.; garden and field seeds. Bniwnle's. 3Z Wanted—To Buy MILK ROU ?rE—Must be reasonable. Phone 44KJ. Real gstate For Rent 37 Eeaaes For'Bent FOR RENT-Houses, good location. See Pees. FOR RENT—My house on South Main St.,5liaHarpe. Cheap to right? party. J;' T. Tredway. 6-R(X)M p'WELLlNG— One story, - inodem ,-3 extra lots and chicken house; close to Jefferson school; • $10.00 per month. Phone 85. Real Estate F(^r Sale 40 Faniis.and Land For Sale MODERN; SUBURBAN HOMES— With, i acreage; bargain prices. Ciindy, :Gas. 41 ! Houses For Sale TWO 4'-ROOM houses to move, $150-$17.5. Box Ig, lola. 10-41OOM HOUSE—l,?! acres ad- Jt^lnlng ;clty. Phone 1334,,

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