Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 25, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, February 25, 1933
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lOLA. KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, SATURDAY EVENING, FEnRUARY 25. \m. . Wilson'. Stroup, a student at the •University of Kansas, is sperifling the week-end with his parents, Mr. I and Mrs. A. R. Stroup. Mr-'and Mrs. R. G. Huffman will leave Sunday for a short stay in Elk City. Mr; Huffman is a line . man for the Southwestern Bell Tele­ s'phone company. 'f\ —^Window Shades, standard size, choice 6f colors, 39c each. Sleeper Furniture Co. ' Mrs. Walter Pettit of San Acacio. •. Colo., who has been the guest of her cousin Mrs. W. L. Lewman and her family the past week, left yesr terday for a visit with her daughter.'Mrs. Roy Brock and her family j I in LaHarpe. j -), Mr. and Mrs. A.-B. Dean will have I as their guests for the week-end Mr., and Mrs. Wilbur. Townsend of 1 Chanute, who will arrive this evening. .SUND.VY MENU Fruit Cocktail Roast Chicken pressing Giblet Sauce i . Baked Virginia Ham Ra|sin Sauce I Escal loped Oysters | Baked Potatoes New Gi-cen Beans ' -Lettuce and Tomato Salad Pi-ench Dreissing Hot Biscuits ! Ficsh Strawberry Bavarian Crenm i 25 and ?,r> Cent-s ; M K e k -^s I'OI.I.Y AN.N CAFE - • Plionc 790 . i H. N. Latimrr, .s|)ecial aKent for "Iho Sarita Fo, v.'ho has been'in lohi the past two cjiiys biisinos.s, will return this evi^niniv to his liomc in Ottawa., Hazel Troiilwine and. Miss Esther Ander.son left this morning for a Week-end .stay in Kansas City. Whiip there they will visit Miss i Troutwlne's brotlier. Noble Trout- i Wine., I ' Attention Teachers. i j —The Register Job Department wiil now be open duririg noon ; hours and Saturday afternoons; ! • . ' , —^ i ! Mrs. J. O. Allen, who has been : ill the past few days, is much im- i proved. Mr., Allen .said this morn- . •ing. I Mrs. W. L. Lewman attended a | quilting party yesterday at the home \ of. her mother, Mrs. Anna Barker,' in LaHarpe. I THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) GETTING A BREAK By Cowanj DEClOeOTOf TELL COO^IM GERTIE-W^T SHE ANO HER FMAU.V TO (SET OUT, CASSIE, THEIR .LITTLE DOVW ^VTH •TUE • MUMPS VNeU -,TH« B Tut ONIX PUCeiKTWE HOUSE ANHERE WE CANTAtK, WTTHisOT TWIA MEM21NG US,A*40 *IE H^M^ To STAJRT PVANNiNa CJN HOW T'GET THEMOUj OF HERE VIWV DO TWE- 0O&-C6R eCXHLOM'T BE MO\JEt> T<^ •WO vjCEKS ^ttlj 'UIWsJE TO S"ttkRT OUR C^WPWGM AT L£*ST "Ww C pOOSlM G6 (?UE STARTED' A. &G AROJNUsMT WTVi WE TtlfW >*IHEH 1 •peoWD ^ BCOKEN DlSHTTHM -U Vlt'ME BEEN ^ ti^tR OF ' SOFTIES ABOUT UTTUE C*SS\E-TO' WEfrR TMEftA TNLKJ E.viERVTWNtk iwr SHE BRbKtM IM IT \ m FRYER BROS. GROCERY : \ : Imitation Vanilla, ^-oz. bot. 15c : •• : Country Butter, per lb •. 15c : | : Salmon. Fancy Pf?ik. 2 cans 19c : : Lye, Our 3^ cans 25c : : Gold Value Pancake Flour. i : 3'--pound bag 14c : : PHONE 401 R. E, Pendleton returiTed Friday from a trip to Wichita.' Mrs. A. L. Smith left Wednesday evening for her home in Quimby. Iowa, after a two-week visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. iA. Quintard. Mrs. Quintard is slowly recovering from a severe attack of wet pleurisy. —We invite a comparison of prices, aieeper Mortuary. Mrs. Dan Rice and Mr.; and Mrs Delmar Rice and their daughtei Jeanine of Yates Center were gueists Friday of Mrs. Dan Rice's sister, Mrs. L. E. Wight and her family.; Delmar Rice is a nephew of Mrs. Wight. • : I ; i Mrs. Robert McGrew and her .<jon-i Robert Jr.. pf Hiunboldt wpre \ guesLs Thursday of Mrs. McOrews i parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Taylor. • i ' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sbrocfc and Mrs. Frank Gray of Winfleld visited Wednesday with Mrs. Shrock's sister, Mrs. Charles Lane. Mrs. C. V. McQuigg returned home this morning from St. John's hospital wheite she underwent a major operation about ten days ago. —PLUMBING. Need Repairs? Let us give estimate. Phone 1175. lola Plumbing Co. Erwin Ulsps of Westphalia underwent a major operatilon this morning at St. John's hospital. ' Roy Alumbaugh of Bayard entered St. John's hospital lost night for medical treatment. Ask Your Grocer or Phone 91 for FAIRMONT'S Pasteurized Milk. Cream, Cottage Cheese and Buttermilk. Deliveries made any place In the city. Miss Evalyn Goddard, & student nurse at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Scott, arrived this afternoon for a week-end visit with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. White. —A beautiful funeral chapel. Waugh Funeral Home. Miss Louisa Moyer, home economics instructor in the lola junior college and senior high school, went to Hiawatha ' Friday afternoon to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer, over the week-end. ' i S A L E . Cleaning: and Pressing: Continued Mon., Tues.. Wed. 4 garments cleaned and pressed SMO • 1 garment 28c CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St. Phone 775 THKT SHE 'S S\CK IM BEO, 'VJ4E XyOfi'X THANE TO VA40RWV ABOOT HER •BRE^WMG, THINGS TUFT'S A BREAV<. Fc?R us-EH Mm BEG. U. S. PAT. OnC- tlioeO , i P;il McCabe. who has been a pa- '•. r' tic'ji at St. John's hospital the past ; five weeks, was taken home yester- ^ -ttay and was reported to be much lis* better. However, he will have to : ; remain in bed for .several days. i , Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Olberding moved to 519 Ea.sti Lincoln Friday, from their forrnci; residence, G16 Soulh street. : < Card of Thank.s. . —We Wish to cxprci^s our thanks to our friends ahd neighbors for -their help, .sympatjiy and kindness during the sickness and death of our husband, fatlier and brother, for -the beamiful floral offcr- ings.—Mrs. T.- H. McDowell. Mr.s.' "A^'V. Fitzgerald, McDowell. John McDowell. Crnlgie and Luclnda McDowell; ' . r Anv Suit. Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed ABLESON,CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired County Attorney Frank W. Taylor, who has been seriously ill the past threje weeks. i.s able to be up I again and expects to return to his office Monday, morning. Floyd C. Smith went to Coffey, ville Friday evening to referee bas' ketball games between the junior I colleges of Hutchinson and'Cofley- Mrs. J. O. Mycr.s and Mrs, Ruth i Cott.rell went ' to ; Lawrence this! "morning to .spend!, the week-end | with'Mrs. Myers'.s son. Trurnan i Mycr.s. who is attending the Uni- i ver.sily of Kansas, iind friends. Mr. and Mr.s. Lloyd McDaniel who | live west of town; announce the i JMrth February 2,1 of a 9'::-poundi son. ' ' ' • Faultless Electric \V;ishers I -S39.50 j Two roU-a-tiibs Free as long as ' "Ihe-y last. We have sold 18 since i Jamiairy 1. Have your free try- i out today; ' . ' Easy Terms nolivery '"W. H. WOODi FINE FURNITURE . - 262 S. Jeff. Phone 190 Mrs. Clara E. Paige who has been ill with the flu the past week', is now; ' able to be out of bed and about the a while each day. , Jolin Monroe, who lives southeast; of Humboldt, is spending the week-, entf_witli his uncle and aunt. Mr. • and Mrs. M. W..While. EXTRA SPECIAL Sunday Only. February 2G ROSES—Fresh Cut —89c i per dozen— : (10c extra for delivery.* lOLA GREENHOUSE : -^Slawson's Phone 104 Mr. and Mrs. A- L- Spencer have as their guest Mrs. Spencer's father W. F. McKee of Kansas City, who arrived last night. Miss Terre.ssa Robertson' will arrive this evening from the Emixjria leadiers college tor a week-end visit with her parenUs, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Robert-sgn. Card of Thanks. --We desire to express our heartfelt thanks for the kindness and .sympathy, also the beautiful florai offerings, during the sickness and death of our mother and grand- mothcr.—Mr. M. A. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dean. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Dean. Mr. and Mrs. George Wills. Mr and Mrs. G. L. Robinson. Roma Long, en route from his home in Chicago to Tulsa, stopped in lola Thursday evening for an over-night visit with his sister, Mrs. Paul Reed and Mr. Reed. Superintendent and Mrs. A. M. .Thoroman went to Kansas City Friday to visit their daughter. Mrs. R. M. White and her family. . Their granddaughter Sally White, who has been spending the past few weeks in lola. .accompanied them to her home. ville last night and Kansas City. SUNDAY MENU 30c r Roast Chicken Dressing Chicken a la King Stewed Chicken Dumplings Three Vegetables, Potatoes. Salad. Dessert. BeveragS KOZY KOyE Mrs. R- B. Warner left Friday afternoon for a week-end visit with Mr. land Mrs. F. H. Childs in Topeka and her son L. S. Warner and his family in Emporia. f The South Side Bible class met . Friday afternoon at the home of ; Mrs. Ila Wat-son with Mrs. Watson ; in cjialrge of the lesson. Tw-elve : members attended. Th^ class will ) join with other ladies of lola in ob_! .serving the World Day of prayer at ' the Temple next Friday afternoon. THE J. F. GRENNAN PRODUCE CO. C. O.iCOGIIILL, Manager POULTRY AND- EGGS Egg Cases and Supplies \ start Your Cliicks Right USE PILLSBIJRY STARTING FOOD Old and Reliable—Established 1911 Comer Monroe and ]Elm (Just West of the Water Tower) Mr. and Mrs. Clem G. Allen an- j nounce the birth February 24 of an i 8-ix)und son whom they have named \ Cornelius George. I Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ukena returned Friday night from a few days' visit in Springfield, Mo. NEW SHIPMENT —Li\ing Room Suites. Studio Couches, and Rugs. Quality for less. Terms. Trade old at Curtis's, 10 N. Wash. Mrs. John Paddock and her sons John Jr. and Bobbie, arrived Friday evening from Kincaid to be weekend guests in the home of J. C, Tliomas, 323 South Colborn. Wrecked Automobiles REPAIRED Axles and' Wheels Straightened Without Heating Acet3!lene Welding c. cJ MCCARTY & SON 301 South St. Phone 216 Announcement was made this morning of the purchase of the Kelley Barber shop from W. E. Dulinsky by William Ayling. Mr. Ayl- jng has been employed in this shop for the past year and a half., Mr. Dulinsky, who has owned the Kelley barber shop for the: past year and a few montlis, wil^continue to work tliere for a while. i Kas.. and Coffej-ville tonight. j 20 PIECES 1 —The complete furniture for four rooms, only S149.50. Sleeper Furniture Co. j Evelyn Breckenridge and Bob MayberiT of Wichita will be guests gunday of Mr.s. Brecken! ridge's mother Mrs. T. S. Breckenridge and her family. Mr. Mayberry's father was formerly superintendent of the city schools here. —Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mr. and Mre. Clifford Barber and their daughter Phyllis will arrive this evening from Wichita for. a week-en(d visit with Mrs. Barber's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mafllt. —Bargains in Wallpaper at Antrim's, 219 North Jefferson. Miss Laura Benson went to Kan-, sas City this morning to witness "The Cat and The Fiddle" at the Shubert theater. —:Latest "Hat Fa.shions in Tilted Sailors, Brims, and Turban Styles, to be worn over, the right eyebrow. Moderately priced. Ramsays. Mr. and Mre. Frank Henry, Kansas City, were guests Thiu^day pf Mr. Henry's sister Mrs. George Sherwood and her family, who live east of town. CAR NEEDS FOR WINTER New Skid-Safe Tires. Battery Recharged. N?w Battery. Radiator Cleaned and Repaired. Brakes Adjusted. Motor Tuned. Remove Carboh and Grind Valves. Generator and Starter Checked. Adju-st Carburetor, Install a Heater, etc. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 , Mrs. George Page, aunt of W- L. Lewman of lola. died last night ar, her home in Butler, Mo., according to word received here today. The funeral will be held Monday at 1' p. m. in Rich Hill, Mo. Mrs. W. L. Le«Tnan received a telegram last night from Lawrence telling oi the death of her cousin, a young son of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Messer, which occurred at a hospital there yesterday morning following an niieration fOr the removal of his appendix. Tlie funeral will be held Sunday in Lawrence. REAL ESTATE TRANSFEBS | (From the Office nf The lola Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) Pebruarj- 24, 1933. Sarah Jane Crowe, a wdow, sole heir of Sarah Ann Tozier. deceased, to The Kansas Masonic Home, lots 2 and 3. block 55 in the to;sTi of lola. Kansas. $1.00. ' B. W. BeU and Flora Bell, his wife, to M. C. Lacey. 35 acres off of the south side of the N. '>j of SE. of 33-24-19, $140.00. HORIZONTAL \ 1 Who staryeff' himself for the freedom of the untouchables? 7 To what genus j do the rabbits ! belong?' |12 Stratum. 13 Type'o£ I trapper. J5incongruous I faney. jl7 Gaunt, ' 19 Fine whet^ stone. 20 Anaesthetic. 22 Broken tboth. 23 Prophet who trained ! Samuel. 25 To devour. 27 Frozen water. 2S Public storehouse. 31 Cameras. 33 To deal with as desired. 34 Shoestring. 37 Barrier surrounding a field. 40 Night before. I? Answer to Prcylotts Puzzle RHH" ,aji .3aan [3!@'-- Baa iH [i]«tffnsi 'r4. iSgHBaaa 4LThrno {prefix). •;. 43 Fruit of hawthorn. 43 Side of a room. 47 Hazes. 49 Entwined as . cloth. 50 Enlightened. 52 Dresses. 54 Ascended. 55 Slack. 5C Weight alluw ances for waste. 57 Barked 7 1(5 Cavity. IS Torture. 21 Makeis of hats. 24 To squander. 26 Clan symbol 29 Blackbird of the cuckoo family. ,|30 Embri-o bird; 31 Mountain, made of an i emerald. 32 Lair ciC abeast. 34 The AJmerlcan who won the ly'obcl} prize for literature. ^ siiapplslily. VKRTICAL 2 Fertilizer. ;3 Title. U Coloring , j mutter. r. Hither. J I « Angry. " t l7Falsiller. jSUnit oi: pucrf;y;r 19 Wooden pi us. iuThe nuise oi: astronomy. 11 Pain. 1:;TO make sharp. 51 "\Vittit4sm. 1-i HonUrs. 53 devolving 1 .1*1 Ctrandpar<-ntal. liasenient. :;.S 4 trothok ::!) Edge of k roof. 41 iblJb and jflow elf waier;_ 42 "To what'coun > tjry dies ' ificily] belong? 44 Ifhe Occident. 4G To eilltice.' 47 Hodgifpodge, -l.'s Porticio. 49 Small bnnch of straw. toy. I ROGK CREEK Feb. 21 —Miss Lois Dreher called on Mrs. Bob McNutt Thursday morning. Mr. Perry Bennett and Mr. Oren Bennett visited at the James Brownrigg home Thursday. Chalhiers Smith arid Sam Shafer spent Sunday afternoon at the J. E. Clark home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Alva Shadwick. Mark Pierson called at the C. L. Sarver home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Homer Dreher and daughter Lois visited with Mrs. Fred 'Foster and Mrs.'George S. Harris Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Feebadc and daughter Hazel spent the week-end at the parental Clark home. Mr. and, Mrs. Charles .Burrows and son of Mildred visited Siinday afternoon with, Mr. and Mrs. Salph Shafer, and family. J. E. Clark, Mae and Mack -went to Centerview, Mo., Sunday to bring Mrs. Clark home. She had been visiting the past week with her sister, Mrs. J. o. Neal. , The Covbde Investigation. In March. :1860, the house insti- tiited a cominittee "to Investigate whether the president of the United States had by money, patronage or other improper means, sought to influence the action of congress." After a long Investigation of the charges of two anti-Lecompton Democratic members that President Buchanan had used corrupt influences to induce them to vote for the Lecompton bill, the committee made a partisan report, three to sustain the chai-ges. and two to exonerate the president. No action was taken on tlie report. A small ad In the Classified columns often puts over a big deal. New York, .Feb. 25. (AP)-^Active liquidation was resumed in the securities markets today, erasing the gains of the previous session. Stocks closed near the day's lowest levels, with numerous losses of 1 to more than 4 points. Transfers for the two -hour, session /approximated 900,000 shares. Stocks moved in sympathy with bonds, which again felt the pressure qf institutional selling, on news of a banking holiday in Maryland. Nevertheless, prominent financial quarters felt that hlglily constructive developments were in the making, and expressed keen interest in news from Hyde Park that the aiin of the new administration would be a balanced budget before July 1. Stocks dipped rather sharply at the, opening, steadied for a time, but encoimtereid a fresh flurry of selling in the last half hour. The list recovered fractionally, however, in . the last few minutes.'. Liquidation spread .throughout all of the principal groups, and reduced the general level, as measured by averages, to the lowest since the latter part of July. Encouraging' business neys, however, was not .lacking. The weekly ,repo^ of . freight car loadings, showing a gain of 13,070 cars over the previous week, was distinctly better than seasonal. Particularly impressive in the tabulation were the substantial gains showii in the movement of merchandise. Coal loadings, which accounted for the increase in the previous week, actually declined, but were offset by gains elsewhei;e. The dollar (acted well in the foreign exchange; markets, gaining agaihst some of the European gold currencies. Allied Chemical, after dipping 5 ^4, rallied more.than a point in the last few minutes. American Telephone' sagged about 4. then recov- eriid nearly a point. Among a substantial assortment of issues closing about 2 to 3 lower wpre American can. Southern Pacific, Santa Fe, Union Pacific. Public^ Service of N. J., DuPont, ' United Aircraft, :North American, Johns Man\iile, and others, U. S. Steel and General Motors lost little more than a point, net. High Low Close Cities Serv 2'^ 2's 2's SO of Ind ..... 18 • 18--S. 18\ Amn Can ...... 52 49'i 50'i AT&T .- 96 94'« 95 Amn Tob B .... 52', SO'-. 51 Anaconda 6', 5'i- 5'j Atchison 37':: 34"i- 34's Auburn 37 32 33'. Beth Steel 12'i 11'i ll'j Case J I 36 32 32' K Chrysler 9'; 8'; 8'^« Con Gas 46 45 45''i Con OH 5'-H 5'i 5'j Drug Inc ....... 33'i 3131'i DuPont 34"^ 33 33"; Gen Elec ...... U''i 11 .H'.i Gen Motors .... 11 10'1 lO"-,; Int Harv 1514-; 14':: Mont Ward .... 9-i 8'; B'l Packard 2'^ 2 2 ' Penney J C 21'i 20-i -20 "s Phillips Petr ... 5-; 5'1 5"; Radio 3 3 3'.s Socony Vac G'^ 6 '2 6'i Std "Brands .... 14?i 14 14^ SO of NJ 23% 23',:; 23 vl Union Pac 67'.i 65 65-.; Tex Corp I2U ll'i 11'; U S Steel 25-; 24 24% Westingh- E .... 22 19:^; 20 '.4 Kansas City Produce. Kansas City. Feb. 25. (AP)—Hens 7-8. Other produce unchanged. OUT OUR WAY AT€. -TvA- UFE' \/THAT'S EAS-Y.' \ BuT X CAKI'T V VOO eOOCrHT By Williams CAKi'T FvGGEP? HOW OU. OAve. OlO VME. Bcm -i Grcrr TH' SAKAe PA<-/ ANl' He!'=. RETiReO , AM' I'M FAPnHE«=? FRbM IT" THAN IM TH' HOt-E. VOO eOo&HT A:CAP? VeAR=, AGO, AM' OAV/E BOUGHT A ^oose. -AM EN/e««^ T^^E." VOU eooGHT AwoTHeF? CAR, ; . OAvje. BOOGHT MOW OAV/E^ GOT e .\X HOOSH.«=. NNOPlvViM' PER rtlM, \NVA\\-E. VOO'RE. V^OnvClM' PEV^ OMe CAP? — AM'VNHEM VOO.BVJV AMOTV4EF?' CAR, OAWe's • Six |HOOSE'=. WtuU Bu^ ANOTHER HoO^t- [AIMT BRA>M<i,HAB\T Cr,e?.WiLLi<\Ms LOC.4L PRODUCE Eggs, firsts ...V 10c Eggs, seconds . .7c Eggs, thirds -5c Eggs, ungraded '..9c Hens, No. 1 7c Hens, No. 2 5c No. 1 Springs,'I'jj lbs. up 6c No. 2 Springs ...T i. . 4c Capons, over 9 lbs .....10c Capons, over 8 lbs 8c Capons, over 7 lbs ...6c Capons, imder 7 lbs 6c Slips .....4c Butterfat. lb 15c Stags, lb •4e Cocks 3c Geese, lb 3c Guineas, each .10c Wliite Ducks, lb. 4c Colored Diicks, lb 3c Hides, per lb Ic Mixed Com. bu. ;...13c Yellow Corn, bu. J4c Wlieat, bu 28c Eaflr Corn 13n t Kansas City Grain.!3 City, Feb. 25. (AP) -Wheat 79 cars. ^\--'r\c lower. No. 2 dark hard nom. ,43',:l-52'i.c. No.. 3 nom. 42'-i-51'L-c. No. 2 hard 42-'i -45c. No. 2 red 46c.—May 41 •;c: July 41»c: Sept, 42';;C. Corn: 25 cars. 'i -'''ic lower. No. 2 white nom.'20':.21c. No. 2 yellow at 21c: No. 2 mixed 21c. Close—May 2inc: July 22-34c. .1 Oats: 4 cars. Norn, unchanged. Milo maize 52c. Kafir 42ci Rye 32-33C. Barley 21'.^-24c. Kansas City Livestoclt. Kansas City. Feb. 25. (AP)-|-(U. S. Dept. Agr.)—Hogs 70O; 400 i direct: receipts mostly direct; fresii supplies largely pigsi at $2.00-25; few 190-240 lb. butchers $3 .15 -20; market quotable' steady. Cattle 300; calves 50.; 200 cattlS through; for the week:"" Fed steers generally steady; week's darly decline of 15-25 recovered; light heifers and mixed yearlings weak to 25 lower; fat cows off 25, lower grades steady; bulls 10-15 lower; vealers, ^Ives and stockers and feeders fully steady. Week's tops: Long yearlings $6.15; heavy .steers $5.60; year-, ling heifers $4.75; lights stockers ,$5.50; vealers $6.00; bulk fed steers $3..50-5.25; stockers and feeders largely $3.75-5.00., Sheep 2,000 through; for the week, lambs around 25 lower; sheep steady to weak; closing sales 25-40 higher than week's low time; late top fed lambs $5.25; week's bulk $4.75-5.15; lop shorn lambs $5,13; yearlings $4.00-35; top ewes $2.50, others $2.00 and 2.40; feeding lambs $4.25-00., ,11AGE Tinner: -, ; '30 STUDEPAKER COACH 32 PLYMOUTH SEDAN •31. FORD COACH '29 PLYMOUTH SEDAN PONTlAC SEDAN PL'yMOUTH COACft ESSEX SEDAN Cars In Fine Condition and Priced Right! ROSS ARBUCKLE GARAGE CHBYSLEB-FLYUOUTH Sales—rScrvice—Farts LIVESTOCK 21 Hones. CatUe, Vehicles TEAM MARES— 6 years old, weigh 2600; team blacks 6 and 7 years old; weigh 3000; team mares. 5 arid 6 •. years old, weigh 2500; five other mares and horses; 2 mule colts coming 1 year old, well matched; 1 roan Shorthorn buU, coming 2 yekrs old; 1 Red Pole bull,: 2 years old; 2 com planters; 3 discs, one new;. 2 hay rakes; 3 disc cultivators: all kinds farming machinery; 5 sets work harness; 7 good leather halters; 3 wagons. Will sell on time. J. C. Butcher. 22 Poultry and Supplies ALL STRAIGHT^rireeds Chicks, day old. 500, $25; started chicks slightly higher. Special deal on Custom Hatching in case lots. Sunflower Hatchery, Gas CltyL BABY.CHICKS—For February 20tli hatch, 400 S. C. Reds. 175 Barred Rocks. 200 Butt Rocks at $5.45 per loq. Book ydur orders now for custom hatching. I'iic per egg. Taylor Hatchery & Produce, 201 South Jefferson. BABY CHICkS 100<:i from flocks blood tested and certified by Judge Harris, poultry expert.: Ask about our 90% guarantee on Custom Hatching. All heavy breeds SVJc Ass't Heavies' 5c, Custom Hatching l%c or $5 case WILLSON FARM HATCHERIES (Formerly Cantrell) 2 miles south, on 73W or' L. E. Steele Supply Co. '•Talk Chicks with Willson" CUSTOM HATCH—Ic in Modem Buckeyes, set ea. Mon. Have pure- big breeds. 5c, assorted C sell Hatchery, Gas. Ph 'uC. Rus- one 95^-3.' INCUBATOR—E1 e c t r i c $7.50. Mrs. J. N. Thorn ran, Kans. . -208-egg. 5.son, Mo- <1 U IXtEjiN/l All muail wiiiun. oi.aii.t4 and grower, $1.60 cwt. Ralph Mc- Klnney Produce, first; door west of Ice Plant. Phone 658. SUNFLOWER CHICKS — Hatches weekly. See us' before you get ( chicks or hatching. . Sunflcwc: Hatchery. Bronson. \- __ Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anythlrig' Use the Classslfled columns! SWAPPER'S COLUMN HOUSE—six rooms, 1 lot. Sell or trade for car or what have ypu. Harlan Taylor. ATTENTION SWAPPERS- We will take for subscription to The Register, Poultry, Eggs, Grain, and other farm produce. Call or write to us and our representative will call. ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions COMMUNITY SALE—Every Wednesday at J. C Butche.r's Sale Barn. Col. Smock, Aucti()heer. Strayed, Lost, Found UPRIGHT ALTO HORN—tost at football game Armistice day. Write Leonard McCalla, Gamett, Kans. Reward. AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Sale SALES SERJ?CE P ^y^O^th Dependable Used Cars and Trucks ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone 301 Cash—Trade—Terms HUDSON-ESSEX—Parts and Service. Bud White Motor Co., 209 South street. Phone 60. PONTIAC-BUICK Sales and Service Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLS MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jefferson Phone 80 6 Auto Accessories, Tires, Parte TEXAiiO PRODUCTS — Goodrich Tires. Cash paid for used cars. Logan Reynolds, 307 West Street. Wholesale—GAS, Per Gal., a-'ji. (Not the Cheap 3rd Grade Gas) VINE OIL & GAS CO. EMPLOYMENT 14 Help Wanted—Male TEA AND COFFEE ROUTE MEN— Big- reliable national company needs 3 more men immediately. Pre\ious experience unnecessary but must be physically able and willipg to service 200 steady consumers on regular route and work 8 hours a day for about $3750 weekly. Write Albert Mills, Route Mgr., 2274 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Oljio. MERCHANDISE 24 Articles For Sale GAS RANGE—Practically new for sale. Phone 636. 812 North street. 27 Feed^Fuel, Fertilizers ALF'ALFA HAY—15c \\>iv bale. 205 North Colborn street. .- Honotbold Goods NEW SHIPMENT of felt rugs, 9x12, $4.25 up. W. H. Wood Fine Furniture, 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190. USED STOVES and Furniture. Storo packed. Hennlnger's Furn. Store. 25 USED OAS RANGES—$2.50 up. Hennlnger's Furniture Store. 29 Machlnerr and Tools 1933 IS A BARGAIN YEAR 14--J. \. Case Walking Plows. .S14.00 16" J. 1. Case Hi Lift, Sulky Plow S48.50 ° (A low lift sulky $34.50) 14" Hi Lift Gang Plow $54.50 6-Blade Stalk Cutter $27.50 Riding Cultivator $29.50 I's" Team Harness ......... ;$37.50 I'i:" Farm Breeching Harness: $41.50 r !i7 Farm Breeching Harness; $44.50 Arie You Going to Cash In On It? SHANNON HARDWARE lola, Kansas it GOOD USED 12-hole Kentucky drill. $55.00. Allen County Implement Co. 30 Musical, Badio SEVERAL good used radios. ,Terms. Hennlnger's Furniture Store. 31 Seeds, Plants, Flowers GOOD KANOTA Seed Oats. See M. T. Shinn, 210 N. Colbom, lola. KANOTA SEED OATS—18c. Dew(;y Huntwork, 7 miles northwest lola on Geneva road. SEEDS —Oats, Lespedeza, sweet clover, red clover, timothy, red top. orchard grass,: all kinds of field and garden seeds. Brownie's. Real Estate For Rent 37 Homes For Bent FOR RENT—Houses, good location. See G. E. Pees. FOR RENT—My home on South Main St.. LaHarpe. Cheap to right party. J. T. Tredway. 6-ROOM DWELLING—One story, modem, 3 extra lots and chicken house; close to Jefferson school; $10.00 per month. Phone 85. Real Estate For Sale 40 Farms and Land For Sale 20 ACRES—More or less good soil, gas. 2 wells of water. Can have city water and electricity. 1 mile east on 54 and quarter south. Phone 953-11. 0 ACRES RIVER LAND—4 miles northwest lola for com. Inquire 232 South Jefferson. 41 Houses For Sale TWO 4 -ROOM houses to move, $150-$175. Box 18, lola. 10-ROOM HOUSE—1% acres adjoining city. Phone 1334. SEE BARGAIN—Home, clean, four rooms, large screened porch, garden, fruit. Inquire 204 South Elm.

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