Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 20, 1928 · Page 7
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0 THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. fJRIDAY EVEKI^^Q. JANUARY 20, SATUROAV.^JAN. 21 IBv The'AtMociated n -ttt} Programs In Centnt'l iitanilarfl time. All lime «• P. M. unless otherwi!"* indicated. Wave l«netKi>;on left of call It'ljors. kllocy<Ues oo rifiht. ' 273.V—WPG Atlantic Ctty—MX , CENTRAU 7:*)—.\uto Show 7:50—Studio Proeranj I . 10;0l>— Dance Orcbcatr? 2».9—W8AL BaRimore—1390 6:S0— jutJllee Slnifera 7:(H)— .N'ew Vorlc.iryniptionr 8:i")—Phlico Hour ; 3:00—Dance Program- 508J;—WEEI BSiton—590 (;:00 —Dinner Concert -7.nn —Xew Vork Sx-mphony »:0i)— Phiico Hour. • B:15— Hockey Game : • ' • 461.3—WNAC epiton—6M 6:30—Steven's Orcliestra ,7:00—Hawallans 7:30—Hockey Game " »:15—Dance Music 302.8-rW6R Buffalo—990 5:15—U. of Buffalo Sereoadera 6:30—Address ^ S45.1—WMAK Bulfaio—iSO \ - 6:15—Dance Orchesira ' 7:30—Joint Violin Becital S:00—Mu.slcal Profn^ajn JO.OU—WMAK Folllea , 535.4—WTIC HartflDrd—560 6:30—Dinder Mnsic S;00—Phiico Hour :! 8:00—pRoce Oijcbestra 42Z.S—WOR Newark—710 5:i.".—Shglton Ensemble: Soprano «;3«V—Villa Venice Orchestra 7;'.*—Sessions Chimes 7:15— TWO Tri<ys S-OO—Contralto:' Violinist v:.''0—cai '.ficrc Little Symphony- 5:00—Tenor: Trio iO:D5—Henderson's Orchestra 10.33—Boy State Aces ... 491.5—WEAF New York—61C S:W— Waldorf-Astoria' Orchestra 6;0n—South Sta Islanders 1 f :30—Statler'y Pcnnsyli-anlans 7:0i>—ll-cli Jinkcra i f .no-Kasrinaiins fiddlinfj *:3f»—Tuneful Troupe ' 6:00— Dance; Orchesirai <i bra.) 454.3—WJZ New .yerk—«E0 E:0«—A) Krledman's Oroheatra 6:0(1— Hotel Astor Orchestra 7;'Hir-New Tork Symptloziy Orchestra »;"'<>—Pbllco Hour 9 :'>0—Keystone Duo 5:3>—Merry TlK-ee 10:(W—SiomWr Music 405*-WFl-WLIJ Phll^dalphla—740 2:::"—I3»noe HoUr •- 4:3"—irrhildren'e Twlllirhl Hour 6.:0—Sylvania Orchestra j48.6^WOO Philadelphia—8W C:30—Dinner iluslc 31S.6—tCOKA Pitl9byrflh~*6S WestlRRlinuse Bantf «;ir.—llom» Itadio Club 7 :i '0—.Vow yL')rk. Symphony . "; £ 00— I'hllco Hour ' : • ; 4BS .e— WJAR Providence—«20 7:00—Xew Tori? Symphony • • I;u0—Philco Hour ; 277:6-'WHAM Rocheatef—1*60 7 lift—,\>w rork Symphony * ""—I'hilco Uuur • J (':'.i5— IJam'tfs orchestra" , 379.5—WGY Schenectady—790 r.:.0— Dinner Music r C:'"—HlKli JInkcrs 7;'0— .Vusicol Piopram ? JO— Dance Orclitairas ". 333.1—WBZ 8prlnofieW-^900 6 :"<•—Plnping (Orchestra *:.:"^.«!!e)Jar Male Ouartet 7 :;ii— Hot-ton Symphony Orchestra .S:-J—Sjailtr Urchcaira 356.9—CKCU torontb—840 6:00— Srudio. Prorram ' j: 468.5—WRC WashlnBtpnr-«40 6-no—Dinner MURIC t'".'— New York Symphonji i-11)—Phiico'Hour j; 516.9—WTAG Worcett.er—530 e -OR —poutfi Sea Islandet" V;iiO—Ne-.v York Sympiiony S:'iO-r-PhI!co Hour 5:00—Dance Music 526—KYW Chicago—570 fi:.;n—Dinner Concert *:«'>—<s>w York Symphony Orchestra Vi.'>i— Phiico Hour l ':i >j—Consrcsa Carnival , 369 .6—WEBH-WJJO Cbicago— e20 r,;C«—p.ilmcr noUM Symntiscy ; "•:(>')—Kdgewafer Beach Orchestra t.V) —Varltd--PrOBram (4 hrs.i • 416.4—W^CN-WLIB Chlea9O-^720 S;">—.Musical Program ?:i"1-.<-<;n>.' Hecltal <1 :(>•.;—Hoodlums 344.«-||-WLS ChicaBO^870 -X:nn— Siippertjcll Prorram T :3i)— .N'ational Barn Dance 11 :0')— Sh<.-,v Cro.idcast 11-30—National Ham Dance 447.5—WMAQ.WQJ Chlcaflo—673 .8 :00 —Radio Phatolopue 8:3'>-^Popular Sons C.icle ' I-:ir.—Chlcapo Theater Revue 10:00—Orchestra (3 hrs.) 428.3— WLW Cinelnnati-^700 «:00—Organ 7:00—New York Symphony 8:00—Phiico Hour 10:00—Dance Music 361.2-^WSAI Cincinnati—830 7:10—Musical Prosram 0:')<>—Dance Music 10:30—.Melody Maids • 11:00—Dance Music 399.8—WTAM Cleveland—750 6:30—Motor Caravan 6:00—Orchestra S 8:00—WUlard Cavaliers 9:00—Wanderlnu Minstrels 545.1—WFAA .Dallas—550 «:30—Music and Reverie 7 :00— Studio I'ropranis (3 hrs.) 11:00—Dance Music 374.8— woe Davenport—800 7:00—Now York Symphony • 8:00—Phtico Hour S'.Oft-^Melody Makers ; . 535.4—WHO ;• Des Moine»r-560 7:00-6cew York Symphony . 8 :i >0—Phiico Hour ( S:30—L^nce Music 440.9—WCX-WJR Detroit—680 ' 6:00—Goldkette's Orchestra T:0fl—New York o.s'mphouy Orchestra • I' :0U— Personality Girls 3:30—Cotton Pickers 3(52.7—WWJ Detroit—350 4:00—Orchpiltra 6:00—Suiith Sta tslandcra 6:30—HisU linkers 499.7—WBAIP Fort Worth—600 6:00—Seven Aces 6:30—Sunday School I^esson li ;«0— Slujilcal H<«ur *J:00—Popular Numbers 11:15—Theater Specialty 370.8 -r-WDAF Kansas City—810 6:0(»-rSchoorof the Air 7:00—No* York Symphony Orchestra S:0(I.^PIiilco Hour 11:16—NUbthawk* 293.9—WTMJ Milwaukee—1020 6:00^-Orchrntr.i 7.00—Vnrleil Prosram 8:00—Plillco Hour jMinreapolls-St. Paul—740 York Symphony - 11 uur .Minnetipo'.is Symphony .. SOe.2—'^OV/ Omaha—590 6:30—OrcbeHlra 7 ;00— New Yi'rk .Symphony S :f.'-.—l>iilico IIoi:r 'J;'j')— Dutici; Music 645.1-^KSD St. Loult—550 7 :00— -New Yr.rk Symphony S:wO— I'hiico Hour 0:00—l'an.;e OrcliejiiraF hrs.) 343.6—KVOO Tulsa—860 7:30—Mftropfvlltan Quartet SoVTWK 'WJOru, FEW bAYS,£H?WEU D )6S«V&i>AT IN Tip.TOP ^APE MOM'NPOP lyr ^ AK-HA.' AMOiHee THE PAM PLANMINQ AQOICK GEWWAY, AFTECHE SECURES ?CPSAN0 MAS ^ SECURED .-we SERVICES CfPTUE •HVEMA' To FLY HIM ACROSS IkEi BORDER 405.^WCCO 7:00—New ii :00— I'hiiro 9fi;- i :0'>— Phliro H'jur 00—Bridge LeJ^'on WESTERN 325.9—KOA Denver—920 SOUTH E;^N »6.9—WWNC Ashev.ili—1010 5: (3— Dinner Music ' 475.9:—WSB Atlanta—630 C:'''"-—Sunday School VpCi«?t !Ti B:;;!)—Biltmore OfchPura 7:""— New York Rvnipliciy- 8 to—Phiico Hour > 243.*—WOOD Chattanooga— 1230 7:00—Sunday School l ^csson 7:30— I'atieii Ensemble ; 384.4—KTHS Hot Springs—7SC ?:-eO— Dance Concert 9:f'0—Solo Hour • ^ 9 :30— Dance Coficcrt * - 340.7—WJAX Jacksonville—880 S :Du— Popular Entertainers 7 :0<)— Becital Procrara ' «:00— Phltoo Hour 9:00— Dance Orchestra I 322.4—WHAS Louisville—930 . -•<l :25—WHAS, Bstension Studio' 7 :00—New York Svmohony 2):uO—Phiico Hour 816.9—W |MC Memphis—580 J:;00—New Yor.k "Symphony •gcOO— Phiico H 'jur ^ a ;00—Mcmpr.tj Plectrum Orchestra ; 336.9—WSM Nashville— 890 '• T :0<i—New York SyiiU'hony •JiW—Phiico-Hour *:0') —liam Dance - 322.4—WSMB New Orleans-r4M .8;3<)— Vocal; Orcliestra: Organ hrs.) 15 :00 —Dance Program l2 hr3.1 4C8.S—KFl l-es Angeles—640 9:30—Fellp«"Delj?ado 1 »:0<)— RC-\ Program 11 :00— Phiico.Hour 1:00a—Midnlte Krolic 416^4—KHJ Uos Angelei—720 !>:90—Concert Orchestra \t-M —Merry Makers 336^KNX l-os Angeles—890 10:00—Feature Program i;:0(H-Hotcl Orchestra 1:00a—Dance Music 2:00a—MidniRht STxpress 384.4—KCO Oakland—780 10:00—RCA Hour U:00—Phllcoi Hour l&:0O—NBC Program 1:00a—Danoe Music 808J—KLX Oakrand—5*0 9:00—News Broadcast 491.»--KCW Portland—610 8:00-^Dlnner Concert 10:00—RCA Program II :m>—Phiico Hour 454.3^KFRC San Francisco—660 8:W—Ceclllans ll:«0—Dance iluslc <3 hrs.] 422^KPO San Francisco—710 8:00—Ta Towne Cryer 8:30^Dancc tUiaic 10:00—NBC Programs (4 hrs.) .348.6—KJR Seattlei-860 9:30—VarrJe'd Program 11:00—Vodvll ProsROn «:0O—Dance Mosic <8 hrs.) S70J»-KHQ Spokane—610 10:00—RCA Hour tf ll:«0—Phtico Hour \ 12:00—Danca Musio SUNDAY, JAN. 22 IBy The AatociatcH Pre*s} Programs In Central Standard time. Alt time Is P. SI. unless otherwise indicated. Wave lengths oa left of call letters, kilocycles on risht. • 272.6—WP.G Atlantic City—1100 I S ;10 —OrchCKtra 9:00 —Sunday iCvenlne Musicale 285 .5—WBA1. Baltimore—1050 4 :30— National RellKlotri Services 5:3C —Cook Travclogruc 6:0(1 —Concert Orchestra ^ 7 :00— Caiitara • ' 508.2—WEEI Boston—590 3:00 —Men's Conference 5 :31.^ —Sletaon Parade 6 :::0 —Concert Orcheaira 8 :13 —Atwatcr Kent Hour 461.3—WNAC Boston—C50. . 6 :30— Park Street Chureb 8 :00 —Effervescent Hour 8 :30 —American Birisers 9:00—Don Voorhees Band 302.8—WOR Buffaie—MO 5:30 —Stetson Parade 6:30— CtiUtral Presbyterian Church 8 :15— Atwatpr Kent Hour I 545.1—WMAK Bufralo-^-590 6:33 —Church Sorvlrc? , l!:DO-.^ErrcrvesLcnr Hour H:36 —^vVmerlean SinRcr^ 0:00— ;Don VoorUecs Band 535.4—WTIC Hartford—560 4:no_Men'H'Confereneo 6 :?.0— Stet«on Parade 6:30—Capitol Theater Family 422.3—WOR Newark—710 2Al> —Jud'ort Orclientra 3 :00— <',itliedral H'l'ir 6:1S— .Sunday Kv<-u!nB Musicale 7:15—S -!i *l ,in« ChIir .i.-« S:0(i— Krfi-rvi-tsecnt Umir .""..'ill—.tmerl'raii Simj.-n- S;oO—Don Voorlieta Uand 491.5—WEAF New York—610 1:00 —niurch Services ::0<3— Vdunc I'c<)nl<.''s Conference 3 :i ;0 —.Mvn'jt Confcrenco 4 :3>)— Arotislik-on Hour 5:00— H.-di KernKold 5:30 —Sivtsi'.in Parade 6:2u—Capitol Thintir Family 8:1.". —Aiivater Kent Hour 9 :IJ—biblical Drama 454.3—WJ2 New York^-660 13:00— Gf.Id Strand Group ! 1:00— rlioxy Stroll. . i • 4:31'— r.N'ntlonal Religious Services 6 :30 —Cook's Traveloeues. 6:ii0 —Aeolian Orgsn Music 6:30-^Duels; Quartet 7:15 —Co!!if-r Hour 6:1.=; —Paula Heminchaua S:30 —Vibrant MiModles 8:43— L'tica Jublloe Singers 9:13 —Don Aniairo 405 .2— WFI-Wuir Phijadelphia—740 1:30 —Cr.ncert Orchestra 6:.10— -Symphonic Orchestra 8 :13- Atwatcr Kent Hour 348.6—WOO Philadelphia—860 6:30—Bethany. Presbyterian Church 315.6—KOKA Pittsburgh—950 5:15—r .ittlc Symphony. Orchestra 7 :15— Collier Hour . 8 :4.". —Etica Jubilee Singers 9 :13 —Don Amaizo . ^.6—WJAR . Provldence-;420 2 :00 —Yours People's Conference 3:00 —Mi.n's Conference 5:.''.0— .«t<;t .>ion Parade 6 :20— Capitol Theater Family 8 :15— Orchestral 277.6—WHAM Rochester^1080 ^4 :30 —National Religious Services 6 :00— Flresldtt Forum -8 :45— Utlca. Jubilee- Singers 379.5—WGY Schenectady—790 6 :30 —Stetson Parade 6 :20 —Capitol Theater Family 8 :15 —Atwater Kent Hour 9 :li—Biblical Drama 333.1—WBZ Springfield-900 4:30 —National Religious Services 7:i;—Colllt-r Hour 8:IS—Amphlon linsembla 9 :05— Musical Program ' 356.9—CKCL Toronto—840 2 :00 —Organ Recital 468.5—WRC >A/ashlngton—640 r .:00 —\Valdorf-.\storIa Orchestra , 5:30 —Stet.wn Parade' 6 :30 —Capitol Theater Family 8 :15 —.\twat<jr Kent Hour 616.9— Wr AG Worcester—580 8 :00— Men's Conference »6::io—Stet.inn I'arado 6 :20— Capitol Theater Family . M9.9—WCOA Pensacola—1200 7:30—Christ episcopal Church CENTRAL 520—KYW Chicago—970 4:30—.N'iitlonal. Religious Services 7 :li.—t:..Ulef Hour 8:17—Twenty Minue** Good Rcadlns 'J:'lo—Don Amaizo 365.6—WEBH-WJJD Chicago BgP 6:C0—Organ Recital 6:aii—pinner Music t Till! iindt.-r.siKni'fl will acW st;rublic Amlloii, on what is known iis it^*', old Johns'on farm onp-half mile c|i.ft of Cherry Cirovo .school liou.sr. ':o.' .1^5 mik',s, northlaijii mlks cii.st of HiiinboMt. on .- SOUTHERN 10M Beginui'n^ at l6 o'clf)"k a. ni., -the following Ue.scribotl property: /: 7 HEAD^OF HOBSESU One bayi JFAR.M IMPLEMENTt*, ETC- Kor.se. TO Vears old. woig f l.«00 ; Two wagon.s. wide tire. go <ia. with black mare coUT 1 bay fidrse , cliine; 1 suiky raki-; I Ifi-tlisc bar-' SQooth mouth, weight 1.100 ".)<•. I'row; 1 12-ili.-;c harrow; J. 2-soctioii Way horse. snio»th mouth. "ight harro -A-; 1 coin planter. I'-row;. ri ..J/.00 lb.s.; 1 mare mule colt. . J4-shoveI/ cultivator- I walking * -.S HE.\D OF CATTLE— Cm vd-'Jplow. 12-ihch: 1 w:i!king plow. 16-! fpw Jersey cow, 6 years olti. g -ingiinch: 1. sulky plow. lO-inch: 1 .">-' 'ivb gallons of milk tlaily; i black , barrel water tank: Howp shovel: 1 .ft-Fscy cow. giving milk;. 1 wMtc oil drum: pitch fork.-;; pouIir>' tiull. 2 years old. : .wire; telephone wiiv and nnmer- 296.9—WWNC Ashevlll< 3:00—.'lacred Music 6:3u—Church S«rvicea 475.9—W«B Atlanta—<30 B:00—Vesper .S.<rvlces 6:20—Capitol Theater FJamlly 8:13—Atwater Kent Uimr 243.8—WOOD Chattanooga—1230 6:30-Ensemble » 7:30—Church Services 384.4—KTHS Hot SprinQS—780 7:30—Dance Concert 8:30—Organ Reel til 9:00—Music Lovers Hour 34d.7—WJAX Jacksonville—880 7:00—Church Services _9:00—Organ Recital 322.4—WHAS LoultvUle—930 4:00—Acoustlcon Hour 6:20—Capitol Theater Family ' 8:15—Bankers Bond Orchestra 516.9—WMC Metnphia—680 6:30—Capitol Theater Famllr 8:13—Atwater Kent HoUr ; | 336.9—WSM Nash«iHe—t9q 6:30—Cap.iol Theater Family 8:13—Atwater Ker: Hour 'j :00— Palmer House Studio^ 344.6—WLS Chicago—870 1:30— Crass Roads Sunday School 6:00—Little Brown Church 477.5—WMAQ-WQJ Chicago—670 6:13—Stevens Symphony Hour 7:00—Sunday Evening Club 9:1.1—Don Voorhees iiand 10:1*0—UeLuxe Dreamers ': 428.3—WLW Cincinnati—700 3:00—Instrumental Trio »,:1»—First Pro.sbytcrlan Church 7:15—Cnllier Hour 8:i:>—Bandbox Hour j 361.2—WSAI Cincinnati—830 4 .30—Vesper' Service* \ r. .10—Stetson Piir^idc ' —Atwaker K.-nt Hour 9:15—Biblical Drajria ' 399J—WTAM Cleveland—750 !::00—Concert Orchostra • -.00— Chrl.'?fJan .Science Church 19:0'>—Dance Music J 545.1—WFAA Dallas—550 r. 00—Rlhle Cla -'S ? • |i::3—Atwater K.;ne Houi^ . 9.13—Musical Program , 374.8— woe Davenport—800 4 :.in—.Vcoustlonn Hour i ;:uiv _0!d Kolk'if Musical Program «;l.'>—Alwater'Kent Hour S:li—P.lUUcal Drama 535.4—WHO Des Mofnet—560 6:30—Ctpltol Theater Family 7:15—Dinner Prognim ~ 8:1.5—Atwater Ktnt Hour 9:15—Diblical Drama 440.9-7-WCX-WJR Detroit—880 6:30—Central .M. E. Church 7:1?—CollUr Hour 5;30—Vihrnnt Melr.dir." 9:00—First Baptist Church Program 352.7—WW J Detroit—850 6:30—C;ipltbl Tho.i'tcr Family F-0')—Pln.^o Koclt.il S:15—Atwater Kent Hour 499.7—WBAP Fort Worth—600 r. :00 —Sacred Concert r ,:00 —Vtsper Services 9:13—Dance Music 422.3—WOS Jefferson City—710 7:30—Presbyterian Church 370.2—WOAF Kansas Oity—810 4 :30—Acoustlcon Hour 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 293.9—WTMJ Milwaukee—1020 7:30—Sunday Classics 8:15—Quintet 9:13—Don" Amaizo 405.2—WCCO Minifeapolia-St. Paul-740 .'•.:50—Cbrljtian Scientist Servicea 7:1:'—Collier Hour S:15—Alwatrr Ker.t Hour 9:15—Don Amaizo . 5C8.2—WOW Omaha—590 5:30—Bible Study Period •;:30—CapitolTho.iter Family «:I3—Ativator Kent Hour 9:13—L'tnh Hour ' 499.7—WOAI iSan Antonio—600 7:30—Travis Park Methodist Church , 545.1—KSO St. Louit—550 6:00—Hedl KrongoM 6 :20 —Capitol Theater Family 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 348.6—KVOp Tulsa—860 3:00—Young Peoria's Conference 4:.'10—AcciUrtlcnn Hour 5 -30 —Old Fashioned Gospel 8:15—Atwater Kent Hour 344.8--WCBD ZIon—870 8;00-^Zion, Band WESTERN 352.9—KOA Denver—920 6:30—Organ Recital 7:30—Dinner Concert S:4S—First: Congregational Church 468.5—KFl Los Angeles—640 8:30—Standard Symphony Hour 10:00—Aeolian Recital 11:00—Piickard Orchestras 416.4—K'HJ :l|os Angeles—720 9:00—First M. K. Church lu:00—Little Sy- .ihony 336.9—KNX L OB Angale*—890 9:00—Church Services lo:Ot—Concert Orchestra 11:00—Mast Violinist 884.4—KOO Oakland—780 8:30-.«tAndard Symphony Hour 9:33—First Jlcthodist Church ^ 491.5-KpW Portland—610 8:30—Standard Oil Program 10:00—Concert tl hrs.) 13:00—Little Symphony Orchestra. 454.3—KFRC San Franelsce—660 9:30—Concert Orchestra 10:30—Ballroom- Orchestra • 1:00a—Dance Music 422.3—KPO San Francisco—710 - 8:30—Standard Symphony Hour 9:30—Organ Recital ; 10:30—Concert Orchestra I S48.6—KJR Seattle—860 8:15—International Bible Students 9:30—First Mi E. Church STOe—KHQ Spokane—810 8:30—SUndard Symphony Hoar 9:30—Church Services 11:00—NBC Program 11:30—IBSA Program Recoveries Today With Little Iti( crease In Trading —i -New York. Jan.-li 'i. i.Vl')—Fur- ih.-r recovt -ries x6<^^ plac'J in t«- days .itock tiiarkti although thu a ;!vance was not iaccompanied by any substantial increase in trading'. Uu >itig KOenie^ to center in a frw Ki >ecia1 issues in the leading .::r;:iii)s oi' stotks w th indlcailon .s thji pools fiirni.s^eii much of the activity. ' nt.-:;pitc the roduttion ip tall money from 4 to per cent and the decrease of ' p^.OOO.OOO la brokers leans la.st-week. the credit siiu.iiion *wa.s stilt a source of some unea.sine.ss a,ud tended to restrict operations ''oil the advance. Whoiit .Hnrlipf^ Stronir ('hi<:af :i!. Jan. 2(L TA I' I —Pessitn- ii-m as to th:^ outfoo): for the new O.nmcftic winter ^hP.nt crop, to- gfth'-r with •in'lii:itiijir,) of foreign buying of fJiture; dniiverle.s save fresh vtrength Vo< valu''«. The AcgejnKne official crop report-.eitimJii'd the .Argeii- tini- v.hoot yi..;d at els I'-ss than thi> for^'i-ist. \ilnouni"^r|ient th?f 500,- Mo .im bnsh- iie«l pfevion-s PRAIRIE CHAPEL iL. D. -Mattocki!.) Jan. IT.—The Indies' Aid ni'-t Thursday with .Mrs. R. E. Robb. B. H. Bacon wa.s in lola Wednesday coHectlng hj.-^ reward money for catching a cliii-ken thief. The; <;rangers of this neighbor- ^ 300 PAIR—Ladies' new siloes. 23c: WOM.\X-A\anted, tor housework.; ^.j .^in^jg jaaies'. men's and chil- iif-'L"i—'iL : dren's clothing cheap. Second WrnoWKR- Wants housekeeper in | Hand Clothing Store. 110. South sufauib of Inla: Estate name and .^^gn^'^^^tv. hcod. were hauling flour and feed ' a::e. from Elsmoro Monday. i .Mr. and Mrs. C. F. .Maxweil a-.ul •\ddrra.g " 'ur.^ Reeistpr.! Barter and Exchange Help WantM^Male .S3 FOR SALE OR TR .^nE— For cow. Kood second hand piano. Phono Harold an i Charle? vi-sited Sunday : frxPKUIE.NCED C;.-\RI)E.N"I3R and !-975.-24; at L. b. .Mattock.s-s. fruit grower: ?hltre basis: state | ^.Tj—^^^l ^j ^j —y ^Y;^^^, j uj. • Mrs Jr,e Harclerodo ^'l ^n- ,uUy your nualifkations. Address ; ^J^^^ 1 S ;,no cream separator for „ay afternoon with .Mr.. Ralp:i La- Ijftx 2:?7. lola. , ________ ! stonk. Allen County Cream Co. Mr.-=.'M2ggie Ford :.s vi.siiing this IjVVA-NTED AT ON(;E—Poften. white | .^j^^^ Eanbment week with her father. Davi.s-,; or colored, at lyelley Hote^ Apply • " and sl.sLer. .Mrs. Minnie Milhrr. I in ii-?rson. j . J. .A. .Mattocks bought a horse last w«'ek of W. L. flowtli. C. F. M.ixwfni helpe^l Uus Thompson finisii li.^s cave Saiur- day. ! .Mr. and Mrs L. IJ. Maaocks and P.TIC were in LaHarpe and loia Saturday on bu.-.-ine.-sj. Gu.i Thomp.'flii i.s on the sick list. 15. H. Bac<ni sold a teitni f,i horse.s last Friday to Lambtrt Johnson. .Mr. and .Mrs. J. \V. M. Farland w-tre crtllinp in iJLs neighborhood Thur.'^day. .Mr. a!).! C .'y,!|. Cook and .\Ir. anil .Mrs. Eugf ne Ford .-penr Fri-1 A Hcll»—-Mate and Femul^ ."M TVPE\VRITERS-r-For sale, rent or trade. Williams Typewriteij Go, il.t West Madison. T Ilonsehold Goods ME.\ A.VO WOME.V—Work lo '.an .v.! _ {.'uarKntee ?:< liay. Sftl.Ou and ex-} cO .S 'f JOLEl'M RVaS—$.T up, 4x9 's^: pens'is month traveiinp. welfare; ihjoleum specials. Henninger[Fur- efforts. Give phone and address. I nii„re Store. "L." care. Register. •' 1^-;^-; FINANCIAL .GAS RA.NT.E.«>—NDW and used exchange. Easy payments. livery 'service. Curtis Furniture &9 •We De- Mnnej to I.oan-Mori'^aj:^ 4ll | Co?^I.aHarpe. Kans. . .'SPECIAL SALE—On beds, springs FARM LOANS-Quick 8er %-ic^!^and; a^,, m^ttr^sses this week only, re-asonahle rates. A. U. 'Ilaw-| j,., 00 v;,|ue« for $lt>.oO: parlor thorne. l.^'-j.West .Madison.. ; 3,,,, ,,j„i„p room suites at big re- ! i-MtM -wn ClTV I'x) WS—Tlie ' ducrions. Come and see-for your- A!^i^^.MJ:^i^<^l^l-l f\[ Brysou Furniture store. N. ,,,..„. ,„ „. , lev Hotel llld::.. 4oIa. Kans.: . t j!dtl^<:B ^P^"day with Will. Davis and .Mrs. .Mm- - ' ~ Mie .Miller, the nun toiks butihir-, FARM O'^ti bushels of corK lad hecri booked today to arrive jere and ^tliat onditions liail' inin oved for the mov. nienf ol corn put a weight i on th'-" rorn 'niirlfei ^M:e:if iloged stiht^^, 1 I-1 to I'i <eni net '.li^hcr (orn varylns fic-;;i r>-s «ent dc(?lir.f 10 l -s (ri [» ••'•III .idvn !ir -ii Dili." 1 -S0 '4 cent to n-s lent u;i. aild; i-rovision.s at a li-e of tp 12 cjuts. Ka«>a >(ft}' Hay Kansa.s City. Jan,' i<i. lAI't—Hav ituchpngcil; receipt^ jDS ^-ar... cd. IJ. H. Hacon aiirl lamiiy -visited Sunday evening will: .Mr. and .Mr.-i. Ken Ludiuni. Ki;.--<iell' .Vorlon Is vi.-.iiisig this week ai Wni. Oavi.?'.-. AND ClTV LOANS—Base rate ou farms, 't?., city 6',;. Long or .short time. R.'Sl. Cur.ninj;ham ANNOUNCEMENTS K.-in^.-is I Ityilfrodnre Kansas City. Jan; '2'.'.. (.M 'l — I'lodiii-e unc/ia'UiiK •I l^rain k:in>.:is CTly K.'iiisas C'ily. Jan! 2«. t.Vi'i Whi '.'tt: riM i-ipt-i 9-1 <lirs: iiiichang- f>d IK ce.-jt hi=l:t-i' .\o: 2 dark hard. 1.!:;T( l.tJTi, : . L \o. .'!. l.Jifi l;-.!'-: .Vo. 2 hard. I.^T'-'S.LSS: -V- ::. 1.2fi>-,-'f/1.12; ,Vo. 2 red. nominal!y 1.1 j-r; i .i.S: .Vb. :;. no.minally 1.36^/1.4 .7. •• Clfse: .May 1.2^ July. i.22'i. Corn: receipts i.S!) .cars: - unchanged ti) 1 cent- lower: .Vo. 2 whif. ,S2'fiS2'-j: -V... ::. 7H»4 (fiSlU: -Vo. 2 vtU<iw. fi.S'l; .Vn. :!. Sl'i fiSlV::: So. i. mixed.SiiVj'fiSl: .Vo. .'!. 7S=', i|i-: ; Close: May. St 7-?: July ST'',- , Oats: receipts nor^.-: unchanged: .Vo. i'white. iiftminaH.v oB^i.^S; .Vo. Strared, lQ«t, Fonnd 10 BULL DOC—Small ehild'.s pet. .Votifv phone !i79- 11. 1102 black dog. fJiiy Oliver. .V. Jefferson. MO.VEV -T-T0 l<)an (iri farm an^ city, pro::erty. Jackson'Realty Co.; o^er j Rro-.vn 'B Dru? Store. • . '! ^nviral .Merchandise ^JK : PORTABLE ViCTROL-V—ComlltlOn Kame as- new. also some records. ROOMS AND BOARg_ _ Rooms Withont Board 6«l MONEY; TO LOAN—On tanps "fJilooM -in modern home, student city property. Loi^est rate. Stcwar..; preferred. Inquire Ml S. Walnut. ^ ; i U 61) MS-"TWO 'sleepinjr. Iiitjulrc • .MONEY TO Ld .VN-On real egtp.te.! 12 .V Sycamore, between 1 aad 6 FRIENDSHII' (•lUCI.E. gold. lo=l Tuesd.iy. keepsake. Leave at Register. Reward. " ; AUCTIONS Auctions n .4 re?aya;)ie in small monthly "par-l JLL_?£K: ment.«. These loaits never come due - -better because cheaper and jnore convenient. Security Building i Loan Assn..- 1st ^•atl. Bank Bldg. Kooms For Honsehpgnliig «> FUR.VISHEI) ROOMS .-For j light hou^ekeepins. modern. - Inqulri: .2i>6 South Che.-tnut street. '^^rii;'''!; ^[^v ™";tv'" W R ;TW0 ROOMS-Furnished fori light farm. or^_.j^ ^mpert>^ j. housekeeping, cheap rent. -Gall Rrister, Shop. S24 North street. LIVE STOCK Kiin<.a» (it} f.iiestork Kansas Ci'y. Jan. 'in. rAP) —(I" S. Department of 'i gricultnrei— I logu: ."i.'vOO • ' u neve I: ISO-lhs. down. stroi»?}l day's best time: 300>l|)s. up. steady to 10c lower: mo.sti.v .'i^lO;; lower than Thurj^day'p a erage: .sto<.k pigs steady: top'Ji.i" on 'l\T,fhlZ<^ lbs; desirable 170-Jln. up. S.2.">f( S.."?5, HO(S leO '.lbi.. 7t."&S.2i-: paik- ing vow?. 6.<,'(«?7.?J;; stock pigs. 7.00^ 7.7:7. Cattle: 500.' calveS-. lOf: fairly active trade on tlx-.f-w .short feil steers offeretj at s«;a ly 10 strons prices: qiiii'lity mostly medium 10 good: sales at 12.2;p fi • Vi.fi^i;: tin desirable wolelity ytoers offered: other druxEes in too hmiteil supply to Jc .st prii-ei. . Sheep: 2.0^: l-it^bs and year- ling.s 2i)'J> 2Sc; iiiKhiT odd . l»)is sheep steady; top S^/lb--. fed Umbs in .2.'.: others 12 7r,f<l!:.2i.': clipped lanriis Jl.l.'i; shorn ye.-J-lings wether--. 5.S.'>. desirable with Thurs- PLBLIC ArCTIO -V-Public auction j- every Saturday at 1:00 o'cloc'i at; Bishop's Sales Pavilioii. ! ' . . . 1 _ i Horses, tattie. Vehicles 4S i PCBLIC SALE -I will sell .Monday. - — — ' ' Januarv 2:!. beginnine ;u 10 a. m. • "L'HOC MALE MOO--A gopd one. at my farm. .T'^- miles north .>f -S:^.. _l'hoiie . lola on Kentucky Road, or l' = -j \ri. ,r,'c\r c- 7nr south of, Carlyle. th« foUowiui;, .-^ALE O.i TRADE ! REAL ggJ^J^_ JlQg,gg^ Apartments and Flats 74 APARTMENT—J r("miu. downstairs. with garage. Jefferson. Inquire .'•04 hors.ar. ! .iii 'lcs; — (•o-.v.<i. • r-.-d cows. I Basiness Places For Rent rtescnl.e'f property: .. head !|0'-=': Ke!.. 1. vriU .-iv- ::allon--^ ; B?FlVFSS BUILDIV(;-For ve giving milk, lour ni -."^..r-^v c-.v^s. gi-.inc niilk: !-^^^gS £-"''-!ir-^li- hrent. cows, fivi these cow... made a revniie or . . [-oa:: burhaw. cuK by' Farms 1 in :;o day.-, and te.^i-d ^-".I l,,-,,-^; ^ood one: 4 red cow.s.'willj ~— at J2.f.:. P.r cwt.: .-, h^.Irr ^-'Ives , ^^.^^1^,,^ .^^ _Mj,r,.h:'l ..pan mules. .JfO -NE S20 ; and one bull calf from tlu-s-cow.s: ^j^j j,,.^.,^ j two S.Vs. 1 Farms and Land For Kent .\CRES--Well itnprrived; improved. Box 2 >y-i. orth at 76 lola. auctioneer. loUi State Bank. Cik. Houses For Kciit AUTOMOTIVE Antomoblle Afcenciei? ';if ?^Si £^'';^o ^rir''ltlg ^II^T^<>W - Extra ^ood.;.;OOf> HO'SK-Of r ,.ur.ro^s iy.r ; .^lesa^Se ^vlce. The best plaf^ .';m:ng 7 ye.rs old. fresh: hl.p, r;-.!. ?..nn p.r mMifi. Chimney .sfl! or; Jii-:" or >-.v>.-hai:KC tor other. i cattle. horhC-.- or; mu!.':--. Boycr — — Pioik Ka-m 1 liii'es :;outh of !,a-', COTT.V.E—room.--, modern, large • Ham •. Phone 72H. LiiHarp'-. or 2:!. . sl-reenf-d in back porch, close In. 1212S. Jefffr.son. Tola. 1 i" Inquire a? Dr. Curtis' office. 26 Oakland coupe: "25 Buick light: six touring, fine shape: '2'5 Nash SALEM illaztl .Martt|eyi Jan. Ifi. — Albeit , Markley left Saturday for his hoftn in .Atlanta. Kan., after a few diiy--' visit with (relatives In tWs conin unity. I .Mr;'. Dora Morri.son spent Mon- jd-.'y cyening with Mr?, tv. D. Fronk. .Mr. and .Mrs. tJratft Ray and ba- ;by of Siir.inola. Okli.. visited last ^ Aeek at the W. Pet?ii horn-. Mr. and .Mr.^- orgc iMarkley en-, if-nained at S<ind;,y dinner. Mr.: ""auf^- Hobart .Motor Co. to buv good, dependable used cars. \ Whit- WyanHotte .ig::.s from .'.•4und- ; S^-.e.n, At pnwnt we have a complete line -irdized flock; 7 .<jm-krrel.s. of both open and closed model.s. :_A v .Tf--. !-3Hgr!"> Kan-. , Ellis Motor Co.. priceft to sell. 211 North Wa.shingtun. I'onltry andJ-Siipplies '_•<; ihre<- 'room house-, -r itirniKi!i->i. go'.d garil>-ii spot, and 49; .Komc fruit. Call 12 »;sj. Essex dealers. Everything in high class ursed cars. You will • fiivl •what you want here, worth tlie money. W- trade or give liberal ter.tts. 219 .S. Wash- Ington. Phone l^o. hog; • !il-(i> Ml priced bred .MOUKllN HOUSE- For r.nt. lur- male nish'-d or unfurni.^hed. Also gar- linioJhy Iiuy. baled. a;:e. Phone SI-!. -'.07 S. Jefferson. AotomobllM for Sale 11 BABY ' rillCKS :V :i<vrn brr<'d'<. .*ll.;:nd «i'"p 'T .'inndred: ilr -J '-ount. 0:1 hrd'Ts placed .';•> lUtya in advah<<>. titinflfiW' r.Hatch- erv, Broiini.'i. Ki#ns. ROO.M COTT.ACE .Modern, close learling. in. car .-ig.-.' I'lioji'^ '•'•I. _ REAL ESTATE FOR SALg Brokers in Keal KMat'e K O. K. CSEI) CARS—irt27 Ford tudor: 1925 t'hevrolet louring: 1'.'27 Chevrolet ton truck: 1021 Chfvro- let road.'ster; 1924 Chevrolet ton Ser'^idl^ S^iiy ^[n^^ni^J^^ Co.. 118 West Jack .-iciu. Phone fio. I T I'RKEY^ HEN»'—TWO. IIAIIV CHICKS rl.'.ti S. c; R. 1. Ueds for lom"rro:.v. Custom hat'-h-^ ing -Ic per '-gg. Come in and look ' <iV 'J" '^nr line .)r .bron.lers. Sturdy \ TOR SALE OR TRADE-Lallarpte: trn aires "t-W improved, trlcise in; store building, well located. lola: foiir iiynn honse in.city: .IC acres OAKI.AND - Dealers - PONTIAr': atI^i;,^^iDy«^-J^^ tiirefJ mil'-s out. Humboldt: jTwu improved city properties. \v[. K. broiixe.: _Wo<i^._j^ Ilurpe.^ Farms and Land For Sale Wanted—Life Stock 50;, iS.MALL DAIRY FAR.M-Two i if le.s advanced "roadster. Al shape: -26; WANTED TO BfY-All kinds of! trom lola on hard surfaced ijoad. Ford roadster: '27,' Ford coupe: 1 j:._U>^ am' hogs. J-jC^_g»t<Jier^ • -Pbone -I.o. •25 Font tudor. fiii.>_ shape: '23, MirurTf ATMnKJP ^THK Bf:ST BARCAIN In Oakland, touring, good: '27 Chev- 1 ^^jERLHANIJISh. _ , ^..^ g^^es »olet coach, like new: '25 Chevrolet touring: '24 CheVro'er coupe: '2* Dodge touring. Several other .; cheaper u»d car.-^. Cash, terms or ArtKcIe< F«lr Sale SI! improved, adjoining lola. fsreat yacriVice ii" sold befor.- .March lien hlfe liy JEDPO (Mrs. J. Stfutohart.^ Jan. 13.—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ol- - HEAD OF HtMiS siiioats. weight 75 to each: 13 head red pigs. -Ten; head ; 1^5 pounds wire ; ous other article.-'. H.\R>ESS— One .-t breeching harness and one se'; chain harno-'- TEK.MS CASH— If credit <l«i desired NPe your liK-al banker. No properly l« be remore*! URtii **tUi.«; r. ' ANDREW lATHROM Liinch stud on Gronnds. WedncFday afternoon.; Work Tra .viof planned for :> year.^ Twelve la- 1 uuelma" Markley an(t'Joe Johnson dies and three children were pres- of Savonburs. .Mr. tX O. Ilandley son and family .pent Tuesday eve-i;^;;!: Ii ^^^l "''"'^f 'Cl""''^ 4"";' i^'^i ''^rt ning at t.he parentalByrum home. I '-"JP, ^^'^l^- . .^Ir ^'^'^y ^- f ^ Oliver Strubhart was a Olianute: -Mrs.. Alvim.i .>^:ruoiiart .md OH-^ \ lolet. Tho.-e who c illed in the visitor Wedn^^dav ^1'''»*'" -I'*''"'' 5?un*iay with .Mr. and j afternoon were: Mr. «i d .Mrs. Fred Atr F\r;?r „f" H „n ,h„i,., e^^n, ^" ^ \ lUiw^u and Harold.. S' r. and Mrs. ..vl^. '!;a ^r ;Ma!^^k 'ar'^M Mr.. H H. Clemens and farl Hutfine and Sa^i and Horace , \i K-iov home i lamily speir. Suttday-with ret-alivvs Lower. ; ... 1. K .)o.v iiome. ! near Chanute. .Mr. and .Mrs. Horic^ I^wer of Mr.. A. M. Thompson and Mrs.- ^^^^ ^^^^ Byrum.spen: visjted Shnday a<.the paren- iand y.rs. Fred; Wixsflmi and Ronald jjj^^ CHEVR0LP:T COUPE—Ch:y.s- Caney. Mr. and Mfs.'J. L. Moore,', j^.^ ..,;,).. coach: Ch( 1. en Ho- Hur" in- lola Tuesday mgai: . f,"»':-'>' ^r. and .Mrs. Ix)ren I ^j^. Stuleville and Hugh called a< the G-orgeJ^.Iarkley home ; { rum ^;<-.v w-ooii one day latrt. — . wee*. \ RoU^h ha'cd hay for Henry -vjop^aj. livening. H. II. Clemens caliert on Wm. ' U^s^s the first of Cr.<r we-k. Mrs. Hilb^rt .Markley Laniberi Wednesday' evening, j -Mr. and. Mrs. H H. Clemens and boyr spent Thurwcay erenlng I Edson Dixon was an Elsmore with .Mr. and Mrs. Venw. Hu«» In i vlwiorr Mon:lav mprning Humboldt. I .Wr. land Mft.--J. Jeddo Farm Bureau ctao met at ibie liome gt msa Jo Elloubach Oeorg.-^ Klotzbach thrc-shed kafirfand petty Ellen of ^Atlanta. Kan., corn for H. H. Clemens Monday, jtoolt dinner Tuesday at the George Markley hqme and sp^nt Tuesday night with Mr. aiitl Mr«. Fred .Mr. ; and H's.' -John Thompson l Bowen. - i are the proud owners of a" new Mrs, Earl Kbmn ^ySMnt Monday Cljrjra!)er cjtf. VoT«iinr>5tth:M»; Fted Bow«i. 1 hevrolet sedan: Chrysler "SS" coupe: Dodge tour- ! CP.KA.M SEP.\U.\T<>RV* — Sliehtiy ; (vherwlse fff jhe market. Liblet-al u-ei! MrCormicJv - Deerinp hall-; t-rms. fall at ont:e. The; ^\I Clearing. -?0.".: si'igfafly used -Anker- (y,„nty inve.siment Co.. Kellcy Jlolth No. o titpaf'^tor. $83. guar-, .tel Bldg.. lola. Kans. J aniecd z« new-. Allen County Im- j - plement Co. " 112 ACRES—Hottom land, well Ip- cated. good improvemenUs, jjriced Aato Accessories. TIrM. Part* WE .ARE WRECKI.VG—A Willys^) Pbone£78. COOD O.AK WOOD—For sale. $:!;00 " rank delivered. .'A. O. HillbranL BUSINESS SERVICE iMoTin?. Tracking. .Storajfe 25 CALL DEAN jTRANSFER — Phone 885. will more you by hour or contract, with experienced men.. TWO fiOOD HOMES—For: sal'p. both well locntefl. lioth bargains. Inquire C. C. .Ausherman."821 X. , , Walnut street. ' 1 Knight: .good "re^-_/°'* HEDGE PO.STS-^For sale, cheap..' ,- , Auto Wrecking Co. Phone 7S2. J pf,^^ sf -iFll - j.". ROOM yOLSE—Has good rooji. price *27-".. Lee Tipton, west edge, LaHarpe. ; | N.VTIVE Ll.'.MBER—Mostly oak. any ilimensions. See Paul Atklhs ai OwVcniek Itoc^ Farm. 5 miles M BO(W HOCSE-For ^1^ $125. west Humboldt (k call Bud White] to be.moved. Inquire 19 S, Ohio. Motor Co.. phone ISO, Tola. wdSM TOO yiOVKf-Ot «tore ^rsar (oods. call Corr's Transfer. Offt<:» 140. x«sidefnce,140, _ ^!_V • RKSTArRA.NT FSXTi -RES oom- |<U-ile; tilso llnilspii sedan; or will trade for stoclc. , fnqiilre 615 Xo^th Wasbinston. . 5 ROOM MGDER-'C HOL?SE^-Good garagif. on paved street. 3 blorkii from the >Sciaare. foi- sale at a febrgaiu: «5{KUW i!ash, :;1»alance ' like rent.; lola Land Complin;;^..

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