Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 1, 1933 · Page 3
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IQLA. I^VNSAS Mrs. O, L. Garlinghouse and Mrs. W. R. wilUains were in LaHarpe yesterday afternoon on busines-s. RUGS! -9x12 , ft. Seamless Axmimter \ Rugs, $16J20. Sleeper Furniture Co. • Mr. and Mrs. R. Ej Brewer announce "tbe birth yesterday of aii 8-pound son whom they have named Norman Dewey. THE HOUSE OP QUALITY AND LOW "PRICES IVIeck's POLL V.ANN CAFE Phonq 790 I Miss Jiianlta Stevenson Inst eve( iiing; entertained j Mlsse.s Leona i Heathmanr Grace iSprngue, Velma . Sprague, and Wnhda Oroen of La- Hai-pe. AtfcnKon Tcaeheri. • Thep-Rcglster Job - DepartmMit ^ will. now be open during noon / . hours and Saturday afternoons. - . Mary Elizabeth Paulders of El j ' Dorado Is visiting her uncle and . auritj Mrt and Mrs. Je.ss C. Ben.son. FAIRMONT rCE CREAM Instant meousiy your tongue detects the richnesf? of flavor and sihoothpess of texture that have im a d e I Fairmont's ; Ice Cream • . outstanding among desserts. Individual Molds for , I Holiday Parties 'N^. Diiwey Stewart and her son Larry of Gas City, John Page and Arthur i'age of LaHarpe, and Mr. and Sirsi W. L. Lewman attended the . ftme-al of their aimt Mrs. Ge9rjge Page, which was held Mon- da'y at Butler. Mo. 1 Election of. officers tonight. All members arrange to be there, i T. E. O'FLAHERTY, E. R. Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Mittelbach and their children moved to ,214 South Colfadin yesterday afternoon from 318 South Colbom. TKE lOLA DAILY RJi'GISTElCnmNlisDAY EVENING, MARQE 1, iSJf.' THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) r M" 60 \«6RRllEi> 1 THOUGHT SHE • FEV/ERt \S ALNVOSrr GoU &f X SEE AL lEFT THE D\OTV- YOU .CA.V1 9(35Ufe TWE FLOOR. ^ViO FRYI E B BRO .S. GROCERY ; : Plclcwiclc Coffee, per lb 27c (Thursday only) ,: Selox, Speed Soap, regular !: , 25c package 15c : Heinz Red Kidney Beans, Old : Style Pack, 15c can for 10c : 10c can for .6c : Oh Boy Oats. 2 large pkgs...23c Phone 401 . I . The Rev. C. I. Coldsmith returned I today to his home in Parsons after ^ I ah overnight visit with his father' in-law and mother-in-lnw, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Willey;. c —A comfortable .service chapel. :, WauRh Funeral Home. J Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook of To' ix^lta stopped in lola la.st night the t guests of Mr. Cook's parents Mi-. •c and Mrs. E. L. Cook, on their way !, to Washington, D. C. to attend the inaugural services for Presldcnt-plcct V Franklin Roosevelt. Mrs. Alice McCabe is recovering from a severe attack of influenza, —Bargains in Wallpaper' at Antrim's, 219 North Jefferson. Mr. and Mi's,. J. O, Major went to Kansas City today to ije guests of relatives". They will return tomorrow evening. PROSPERITY IS HERE W. H. WOOD; PINE FURNI -rURE COMPANY found It Inecessary to. hire a second truck t*ls morning in order to make deliveries of stoves, rugs, furniture and electric washers to Chanute. Humboldt, Carlyle. Colony, Neosho Palls, and Fort Scott. ,' _ _ Mrs. Fred Menzie and her son Fred Jr., returned last night from Topeka, where they visited Mr. Menzie, who underwent an operation a week ago at the S. B. A. hospital. They, report that he is recovering satisfactorily. —Very attractive, mvf patterns. Gold Seal Congoleum Riigs. Curtis' Furniture. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryan and Mr.s. Fred Chezem of Chicago, 111., and Mrs. O. P. Vroom of Atchison an-ived Sunday called by the death of Mrs. C. H. Arbuckle. Mrs. J, L. Parkhurst and Her sons Bobbie and Dannie visited today with MI'S. Pai'khurst's sister, Mrs. Charles Kohler and her family, who live near Moran. Why Suffe^r From-Cancer? : The Yate^ Center Sanitarium : : Lewis Method : CANCER Treatment : Free Consultation : : All-con-espondence confidential : Yates Center, • Kansas Mrs. Walter Smith is ill with influenza at the home of her daughter Mi-s. Harley Wynn. Mi.ss Jeanne McKussicb of Knox, Ind.. Mrs. Corbett "Thompson, ivir. and Mrs. Jim McKamin, and John Br.rnhart, spent Tuesday In Wichita. .SELF .SERVICE GROCERY —Seed Potatoes— Chios or Cobblers inn-pound bag, S1.2i>" ' | —Onion Sets— White, Red, or Yellow Per Quart, He. J: AT MOkE 'TOAST .Toasting sehls in the flavor of the Bread, m^kes it more delicious and tempts the appetite. The ingredients of Delicious and Enner Jee Bread. are what make you want more of jt. Buy a loaf today from your' grocer or lOLA B.4KERY 120. E. Jackson Phone 502 B(Irs. J. A. Herr, Mrs. George .Yosse. Mrs. ^W. C. Wright and Mrs. P. S. Ray visited Monday evening with Mrs. Cedric Willson. who lives south I of town'. Mrs. Willson is much, improved following a major operation a f^w weeks ago at St. John's hospital. • MONT McKINNEY GROCERY and SlARKET Ovaltine, $1 size foil 83c- 50c size for .1 45c English Walnuts, pe^ lb. 10c Mexican Chili Pepp&rs. lb. ...40c" PeaMut Butter, Presto, 3 lbs....23c FREEDELlfERy 110 S. Washington | Phone 173 Wiliiain McOabe, son of Mr, and Mrs. 3arney McCabe- of Carlyle, who underwent a se^ioug operation a week ago at a hospital in Kriox- ville, Iowa, is not resting' so well, according to word 'received here yesteqteit .- . ': •TH^.4;-F.'GRENNAN Mr. and Mrs. George V. Young ru- tmned Monday from a two-day business trip to Kansas City. While there they were guests of Mrs. j Young's sister. Mrs. C. R. Jones and her family." —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over. Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Miss Crystal Hudson returned today to her home in Shaw after an over-night visit with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wilson. PROiDUCE CO. C. O. COGHILL, Manager PbULTRY AND EGGS Egg Cases and Sixppliea Sak Your Chicks Right USE.PILLSBURY . STARTING FOOD Old and Rellable--EstabIIshed 1911 i Comer Monroe-and Elm (Just ^tst of the Water Tower) Any Suit, Overcoat, - Dress, or. Cloak, Cleaned and Pressed 350— Work Guaranteed : lOLA LAUNDRY il02 E. Jackson Phone 102 Mrs. Florence A. McCall and her daughter. Mlsj Elva McCall, have returned hqme from Nevada.- Mo., where they have been spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parke. Mrs. Parke is a daughter of Mi-s. McCall. Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed Mrs. C. R. Chllders, who underwent an operation about a week ago at St. John's hospital, returned yesterday to lier home neaif LaHarpe. j€r. jnd Mrs. Ira Phillips of Santa Rosa, Calif., a're vl.sitlng Mr. and Mrs. Ray Proctor. WINDOW SHADES —Good quality, standard size, choice of colors, 39c each. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mrs. Cora Payne went to Fort Scott this morning called by the serious Illness of her mother, Mrs. Francis Smith. ,•• . Mr. and Mrs. George Russell, who live southeast of town, were guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mi's. G. W. Huggins, STEAKS That Are Different EAST SIDE CAFE David Hart Bill Murphcy Homer LaForge of Chanute spent Sunday with his father-in-law and mother-in-law Mi', and Mrs. J. N.' Goss. —Remember Phone 72 Ambulance Service. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Henderson and their son Donald moved to 706 South Buckeye Monday from their former residence 619 South Sycamore. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Cain and their daughter Betty of Pittsburg visited Sundav with Mrs. Cain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith. Mi-. Smith is ill. BRAKES RUINED , Winter brings an added strain on the brakes—more stoi^ping, more jamming on the brake • pedal. Have your brakes tested, adjusted, or rellned today. Be Sure! Be Safe! SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Beatty of CsiiKc. Okla., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs; E. P. Slack. ""Mr. Beatty in a, brother of Mrs. Slacx. FRANK SEZ: We have a Welding Service you should remember anytime you liave broken machinery of any kind. Our prices are reasonable and our work is well done. Frank Lawyer's Repair Shop Blacksmithing, Welding, Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart had as their guest today Mrs. J. E. Craig of Fort Scott. , Mr. and Mi:p. Geoi-ge Dj'ke -of Denver, Colo., arrived Monday for a visit,with Mrs. Dyke's brothers J. D. Olberding and his, family, and H. B. Olberding. and Mrs. Olberd-. ing. ' -•WW'S JU^T \Tl«NUEN MCR ^(^^ri^j^- VBie^ cases t>b^M' w tvusy CBvisiKi ti^iE :vJsi6Rse, tK^... AND SHE'S, so LCSMESeWE 'lN'THtOfe, AtU HeteSEUFi -I JUST H/wm't «BWJ.T ' AKNYTWiNG EXCEC>T JWER , ,1 ........ .. . -• • .-:^-m>rr^. WHERE ARE THE U,S FEDE(?AL PEN!TENTIARlES ----7r*.:C"'*'- LOCATED? WHAT COUNTRY HAS THE LARGEST PER CENTAGE. OF HOME OWNERS? (Answers will be found on Page 4) GEORGE W. ENSivnNGER. George William Ensminger, son of Henry and Mary Ensminger, was born September 12,; 1893, on a farm northwest of Morah. Kas-., and departed from this life February 122, 1933, age "39 years,] 5 months, and 10 days. He lived ^-Ith his parents on the farm northwest of Moran when he moved with them to La­ Harpe, Kas.. in 1916. While livhig on the farm near Moran he became .a hiember of the! Wesley Qhapel Methodist Episcopal; church. He was united in marriage to Pauline Ruth Phillips January 16. 1924, at lola, Kap., To this union two children were bom. both of whom survive their father. When: his country entered the World war he became a soldier serving in Icartps at Fort Dodge. Fort Riley, and Port Sill, and wajj honorably discharged having Eerved his country as an honest and faif -hful servant Svith no demerits uppn his discharge ipapers. He was a member of the Independent Or- dei! of Odd Fellows,] LaHarpe Lodge Nof 492. At the lime of his death he I was mayor of the city of La­ Harpe and was county road overseer having worked: at county road work for the greater part of tlie last 16 years. George wals a devoted son, hu.sband and father, and his going leaves a great void In the lives of his loved ones and frieiids. He leaves to mouni his going his. wife. Mrs. Pauline Ruth Ensminger and two .sons. George Jr.. and Earnest! Allen: his father. Henry Ensminger, LaHarpe; a brpther, Henry of 'Fargo, Okla.. Carl, of Emporia, and Walter of LaHarpe; three sisters. Mrs. Mary Lawlei-, Hartford; Mrs. Lqna Pyles, Bayard, ?nd Mrs. Rosa EHer, Dunlap, Kas;. and many other: relatives and frientjs. • -35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Dav Service If Desired The condition of Oscar Myer. who suffered a stroke Monday which has affected his entire right side, continues to be serious, it was reiwrt- cd today. Mr. Myer; who is 79 years old. was stricken at the home of ills daughter. Mrs. Patience Lccdom. 105 "East Spnice. TO^I Omr At Druggists' on Nevi)^ Jtlouth-Wash That S^eslMlf the Usual Costs It's the year's big news for millions of people who use a mouthwash—a jiew antiseptic by makers of Vicks VapoRub—which does -Everything that any mouth-wash or gargle can and should do^at half the cost! ' So^ that people everywhere could prover for themselves the qiiaUty and amazahg! economy of Vicks Voratone —five nilUlon trial bottles were supplied-to. druggists below cost .,. . a 25c value for 10c! Th^ demand, however, has been eoonnous: and many druggists report .that their stocks are exhausted. If your own drug^'s supply has gone, do not hesitate to get the regular 10-ounce size of Vicks Antiseptic. It is an even bigger bargain. Furthermore, every bottle is sold with this positive guarantee. If. after a week's trial, you are not delighted, with the quality and the economy of Vicks Antiseptic, return the unused portion. and get your money back. You can use Vicks Antiseptic iri your usual way for all yom- custom- arj' uses ... to counteract bad breath ... as a daily mouth-wash or gargle. In addition, Vicks Antiseptic has this unique adrantage over other quaUty antiseptics. Bom in a depression year, it is priced accord'- ingly .... big 10-ounce bottle ... a usual 75c value ... for only 35c. Croquignble Permanents —S1.50 Complete- Shampoo and Finger Wave, dry .-35C-, , MIDDLETON'S BEAUTY SHOP N. Side Square—Phone 637 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kersclmer, en route froni Farragut. Iowa, to their home in Moran. stopped in Tola last evening for a brief visit -ft-ith their daughter Mi-s. T. A. Pudge and her family. . f • —Call us for quick'Plumbing Service. lola Plumbing Co. Phone 1175. The comedy drama ."Colored Woman's JPolitical Club" presented' last evening at the First Christian church was attended b>- a full house The play .was siwnsored by the Mls- sion.'in' guild of the churCh and was directed by Mrs. J; W. Hudson. Salmon Cutlets with , Egg fSaucc. Heat salmon cutletS' from 15- ouiice can by Immersing the', can In boiling water for fifteen to tj^-en- ty minutes. Open, and remova, the fish carefully, in one large piece if possible, to a hot platter. Garnish with lemon slices and parsley. Serve with egg sauce made by chopphig three hard-cooked eggs fine, adding three tablespoons melted biitterj salt and pepper and.lemon juice to taste. Thi.s serves six persons. . Cincinnati—"Dobbin's revenge." or "the return of the old gray mare." This iad^'ertisement appeared in the "swap" column of a newspajjer: . "Coupje. 1927—Trade for farm horse." [ Store Tractor GASOLINE Before the >few Law Becomes Effective Price is $6.75 for 100 6aL VINE OIL & GAS GO. I Card of Thanks. : —Wei wish to thank all our many neighbors and friends for their .help and sympathy in thej loss of our husband, son and brother, and also fpr the beautiful floral offerings.—^rs. Pauline Ensminger a!nd family, Henry Ensminger, Walter Ensminger and' family. Carl Ensminger aiiid family. Henry J. Ensminger Jr., Mrs. Mary Lawler and family. Mi's. Lena Pyles and familv, Mr. and Mrs: Charles EUer. ' I ' Philadelphia — Many a baseball manager has "lost his shirt" at one time or another biit for the first time Connie Mack, yejieran pilot of the Philadelphia Athletics has had that experience with his pajamas. Connie lost his travelling bag in the confusion of getting'the squaid away to spring training quaiters. The Situation looked serious for a time until one of the accompanyhig photographers -loaned Mack a pair of pajamas—bright green; ones with stripes. (First PubliBhed in The Iola.> Daily .Register February 16. 1933.) NOTIPE OP ApPOINTJaENT —AdminiRtntor. St^e of Kansas, Allen County, ss. In' the Matlter of the Estate of Joaejjhine McGrew, late of Allen Cbiiljity, Kansas, i INOTICE OP APPOINTMENT Notice is hereby Given, That on the 3rd day of February, A. D., 1930, the undersigned was by the Probate feourt of Allen County, ICansas, duly appointed and qualified as Admtols- tratbr of !the Estate of Josephine MCGrew l^te of AVleh Couhty, de- ccascld. All t3arties interested in said estate wiH take" notice and govern themselves accordingly. A. A. HOLDEMAN, Administrator, nneth H. Foust, Atty. (2) 1^-22 (3) 1. (Pi|rst published in The^ lola Daily Register, February 1, 1933.) SHERIFF'S SALE The State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. „_••.' In the District Court. Thirty-Seventh Judicial District. Sitting in find for Allen County, State of Kansas. , Case No. 17190. ' W. Tk. Lewis, plaintiff. vs. : ' Jennie C. Leidlg, and W. E. Lel- dig, her husband; William J. Klaas and Klaas, his -wife; first name unknown, defendants. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of the Thirty- Seventh Judicial District Court, in and for AlleH County, State of Kansas, in the above entitled, cause, ;and to me directed and delivered, I will on the 6th day of March, A. D., 1933, at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day, at the south front door of the court house,in the City of lola, Allen County, State of Kansas, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the i following described real estate, tofwlt: Tlie South West Quarter (SWMl) of Section i 33, Township 23, Range 20,; fcontalning 160 acres more or less, situated in Allen County. K.ansas. Said lands and tenements will be sold without appraisement to: satisfy said Order of Sale. BUD HURLEY. Sheriff of Allen County, Kansas. Bv Oitis Lambeth, Undershorlff.- Slierlff's Office, lola, Kansas, Fcb- ruai-v l.stl 1933. Apt & Enfield, Attorneys for Plaintiff. (2)-l»8-15-22 (3)-l < First published In The lola Dally Register, February 1. 1933.) SHERIFF'S SALE The State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. ' In the District Court, "Thirty-Seventh Judicial District, Sitting in and for Allen County, State of Kaiisas. Case No. 17219. E.. C. Lembach, plairitiff.- . vs. C. E. Johnson and Agnes Johnson, his wife; Alfred H. Bamett Jr. and Nellie G. Bamett, his wife; and the Neosho Valley State Bank of Chanute, Kansas, a corporation, defendants. . • ^ • - . By virtue of an Order of Sale issued toy the Clerk of the Thirty- Seventh Judicial District Court, in and for Allen County. State of Kansas, m the above entitled cause, iand to me directed and delivered, I will on the 6th day of Mferch, A. D., 1933. at 10 o'clock, m. of said day, at the south front door of the court house in the City Of lola, Allen County, State of Kansas, offer for .sale and,s^ll to the highest bidder, for cash ih hand, the following described real estate, to-wit: ' Lot Three (3), containing 31.89 acres and Lot Seven (7) containing 51.83 acres all injSec- tion Twenty-six (26), Towii- .shlp Twenty-six (26), Range aO) East, Allen County, Kan- sa.s. . , Said lands and tenements will be sold wlth(j>ut appralsen^ent to satisfy said Order of Sale. BUD HURLEY, Sheriff |of Allen. County, Kansas. By Otis Lambeth, Undersheriff. Sheriff's Office, lola, Kansas, Jin- uai-j- 31stJ 1933. [ J. M. Humphrey, Attcmiey for Plaintiff. I (2 )-l-8-lS |-22 (3)-l (First Published in The lola Daily Register March 1,'1933.) NO-rit E OF APPOINTIVIENX —^Administrator. ' State of /In the William- County^ NOTICJE Notice the 26th the Court' of appointed! istratpr of Bogar, ceased.l estate thegiseivel late Al !wlll (3) 1-8-15 ^ansas, Allen County, ss. Matter of the Estate of |D. Bogar, late of Allen Kansas, i OP APPOINTMENT hereby Given, That on day of August, A. D., 1931, ujidersigned was by the Probate " ^'\.|^llen Coiinty. Kansas, duly and qualified as Admin- the Estate of William D. of Allen County, de- .1 parties interested in said take notice and govern ^ accordingly; V. G. ARCHER, Administrator. enth Judicial District, for Allen house in the City of lola. Allen County, ^late of Kansa.s, offer for sale and Isell to the highest bidder, for cn.sh In hand, the following described mal estate, to-wlt: Lot Ekght (8) in Block Number Three (3) in Orchard Place AdditioA to the City of lola,. Allen (jounty, Kan-sas. Said lands and tenements will be sold without appraisement to sati.s- fv said Order of Sale. I BUD HURLEY. Sheriff of Allen County. Kansas. By Otis Lambeth. Undersheriff. Sheriff'^ Office, lola. Kansas, Peb- i-.iary 1st - Apt <to Plaintiff. i2)-l-8-15: Sp I large li: Clip Grated 5 Etiips Drain can of Add to cream amount amount ycu, of _ tliis well .casserole grated ch t\venty utes bacon der the 6 comes It's even the llk-e it. OUT OUR WAY ITS; OM^^^ A\.\. RIGHT. 0 »P '^PO WA-sH VOUR WOO-. Fl\_\-E.D THE 1. LAMPS, H^\.PE.O StT TH^ TABT-E ? (First published in The lola Daily Register, February l,i 1933.; SHERIFF'S SALE The State of KansaS, Allen County, ss.! In the District Court. Thirty-Sev- Sitting in and County, State of Kansas. Case No. 17237. Mrs. Aijma Good, plaintiff, vs. A. L. Mjfiloney, Bessie A. Maloney. his wife, {ind W. H. Lewis, defendants. By virtue of an Order of Sale is- .sued by ihe Clerk of the Thirty- Seventh . udicial District Court, in and for A len County. State of Kansas, in th(| above entitled cause, and to me directed and delivered, I will on the 6th day of March,'A. D.. 1933, at 1( o'clock, a. m. of s^id day. at the soi th front door of the court SWAPPER'S COLUIVIN BUICK CAR-^Standard 4-passenger coupe in good condition, to i exchange for niUk cows, or good farm horses. 812 Southstreet, lola. CREAM SEPARATORS—To trade for ll'vestock or I Implements: Brownie's, Produce, Ifeed, Seeds. ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions ' PUBLICJ SALE—Horses, cattle, hogs, implementsf and hay, March 2. two . miles . east Geneva. G. A. Merrvman^ ;• r- ' Strayed, LoSt,: Found 1933. Enfield, 1 -22 (3 )-l Attorneys for nach en Casserole. can spinach ' oreom American cheese of bacon ^ the contents of one large spijrjach and place In, a bowl, spinach one-half ciip of also stir in quite an grated cheese (thi."' depends upon how jnuch yoi|ir guests, like cheese). Mix and place in .a buttered dish. Cover the topwltii Isese' and bake for about About five min- befoile serving, place strips iof the top and place nh- oiler until the bacon be-- cri^p.. alntjost guaranteed to make hildren eat spinach—and thb an? across By Williams Wl-\'-/-Ol-\- MO&Tsi' OF. BEfi.u.s.PAT ;orr. BORM -Tv^vCTW V£AWS Tbg>^C>Q.M g, ,933 JY SDIVCC mc. I 3-,j SI^OTTEDi MALE HOG—Strayed to my place. Robert Harris,. Moran, Kansas. AUTOMOTIYE Automobilea For Sale 1 1927 DODGE TRUCK—Will take in light car or exchange for stock. 411 S. Washington, LaHarpe. SALES SERSCE Plyj"OUth Dependable Used Cars and Trucks ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone 301 ' Cash—Trade—Terms STOQK OF used parts for Fordson tractor: used auto parts. lola Auto Wrecking. • Phone 782. PONTIAC-BUICK Sales and Service , ' Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jefferson Phone 80 1928 CHEVROLET COACH—Good condition, cheap for cash; also electric refrigerator, good as new. 606 South Buckeye. THE CHEVROLET DEALER HAS THE BEST USED CAR VALUES IN TOWN -1929 Chevrolet iSedan Delivery • 1932 Chev. Spdrt Sedan '•• 1930 Chevrolet 'Coupe ; 1927 Chrysler Roadster 1929 Dodge Six Coupe 1927 Dodge SeSan 1929 Dodge Sedan 1928 Essex Coach 1929 Essex Coupe 1931 Ford Sport' Coupe 1931 Ford Coach 1930 Ford Sedan 1931 Fprd Victoria Coupe, 5-pa.ss. 1928 Nash Coupe I Plehty of Other Bargains ^ BUD WHITE MOTOR CO. 6 Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts TEXACO PRODUCTS — Goodrich •Tires. Casli paid for used cars: Logan Reynolds; 307 West Street. Wholesale—GAS, Per Gal., 5 -Tl (Not the Cheap 3rd Grade Gas) VINE OIL & GAS CO. EMPLOYMENT 14 Help Wanted—Male MAN—To hela on fki-m for room and board.: Address Box; 89. care Register. ! ' ' ' FINANCIAL 17 Business. Opportunities, ' SMALL CAPITif^j-^Will buy the best paying business in town; no overhead; j.run from your own home; reason for selling, have other business. See me at once. G. C. Fluber,' 606 South Buckeye. LIVE STOCK 20 Dogs,! Cats, Other Pets FOR SALE—Black and white, fox terriers and Baston bull pups. ., M IS. Moore. 1002_South State St. 21 Horses, Cattle, Vehicles SOWS—With young ; iMgs. Robert Harris, Moran, Kan.s. SOWS. PIGS and shoats; also good coupe body. ;for sale cheap. See t William Stafford. • , • 1 PAIR of good gentle work mules, weight 2600; will take in livestock. • Boyer, LaHarpe. — 2 MALE HOGS — Chester. Whites, 170 and 250 lbs., $5.00 for either. . Charles Riley, 3 miles west and 3' l- south of lola. TEAM? MARE&—6 years old, weigh 2600; team blacks 6 and 7 years old; weigh 3000; team mares, 5 and. 6 years old, weigh' 2500; five other mares and horees; .2 mule colts coming 1 year old, well matched; 1 roan Shorthorn bull, coming 2 years old; 1 Red Pole bull, 2 years old; 2 com planters; 3 discs, one new; 2 hay rakles; 3 disc cultivators: all kinds farming machinery; 5 .sets work h'anjiess; T^good leather halters; 3 wagons. Will sell on time. .1. C. Butfcher. 22 Poultry ^nd Supples CUSTOM HATCHING—$550 per case. Smith clejc. incubation. Sets Mon. and Thurs. Started chicks, 6c up. Day old, 4 %c up. Sunflower Hatchery, Gas City. 50 LEGHORN HENS—AU ! lajlhlg. Phone 960-14, J FORlJ C6AC&, 'il PLYMOirrta COACH. '31 . ESSEX SEDAN PONTI^C SEDAN PLYMOUTH SEDAN, '29 , BUICK SEDAN CHEVROLET COACH, -SO STUDEBAKER qOA<7H, "30 t CHR-YSLER 58 SEDAN . ROSSARfilM,EGMi bHRYSLEB-PLYHOll'TH LIVESl'OCK Poultry: and Supplies CUSTOM : H 'AT <5 H—1 C In Modem Buckeyes, set,e». Mon. HaVe pure* bl'ed blood tested chicks. Leg. 4%c; big bree^ds 5c, assorted 4c. Russell Hatchery, Gfas, Phone 95S.;3.. BABY CHlCftS . 100,% fromjflocks Uood testea and certified by . Judge Harris, poiiltry.dJftwrt. Ask;about our 90% guarantee on Custom Hatching. . ' All heavy breeds ......5%c Ass't Heavies 5c Custom Hatching mc or $5 case WILLSON TAtSat HAT<3HERIES >: (PdnnaHjjr CantreU) 2 miles ^^CfttlSi'on '73W oij : L. E. St^e Supply Co. 'fTalk Chicks with Willson" CHICKS—Blood tested pnd accred-,, ited., EngUsh S, C W. Leghorns. 100 $4.95; 200-300 $4;75; 400-500 S4.5C; 600^900 $4.25. S..C. RedJS. R. C. Reds, BuH Rocks, B6rre>d ; Rocte, WhltrRocks, White Wvan- dottes, • Buff. Orpingtons, "White Minoixias, 60c per 100 higher. "White Lanigshans $5.95 per 100. CUSTOM HATCHING a qjecialty, $3.50 per caSie. Less than case lots, ic per- egg, TA-STLOR 'S^ HATCHERlY & PRODUCE, 201 8. Jefferson, lola. INCUBATOR^EIectric, 208-eggr. $7,'50. Mrs. J. N. "Thompson, Moran, Kans. i , R. (3.-WHITE Wyandotte cockerels^ blood tested from certified flock: Fjschel heavy laying strain; price reasonable. Phone 373W. . MERCSANDI^ 24 Artldes l^br Sale PIANO—Whitney, good condltloh, fine tone, $25.00. See BUI Butt- rain, over (book's Drug Store, or phone 1234. , . c . USED SEPARATORS—Anker-flolth arid DeLaval, good ; condition, cheap; Wlshard Seed Co. 27 Feed, Fuel, Fertilizers ALFALFA HAY—Baled or 3 loose. ; Pied Baker, west of lola. 400 BALES PRAIRIE HAY—la'.ic per bale. One mile east, 7 north of LaHarpe; 6 miles west of Mildred. One grade Percheron stallion, weigh 1250 lbs., coming 2. years old; one , coming 4-year gelding; one coming 2-year mule,^ will do to break, $90.00 each.iCdthe Thursday i afternoon and Friday, H. M. Carpenter. ., i 28 Httnsejold poods BIG LOT u4ed oil and gasoline (X>ok stoves. HfnnlngerslFum. Store. NEW SHIPMENT (5^ GOLD SEAL CONGOLipUM Rugs, 9x12, priced as low as $5.75. "W. jH. Wood Fine PumltureJ 202 S. Jeff. Phbn^ IQO. WE BUY— Sen and [exchange nfew and used furniture, stoves, rugs^ etcJ Curtis Purnituie. ' 25 USED GAS_RAN 6 ES -$2.5() Hehninger's Fui-nltiu'e Store. 29 Maehinety and Tools 1 FORDSON TRACTOR—And U-hich twio bottom Oliver plo«^ good condition, for! sale dieap. Paul deery, 3 ini. south lola C^lduhtry- CTub. > up. GANG ' PLOW-^Good used hoTse- drawn gang plow, priced to sell. Allen County IJnpleroent Co. 30 SEVERAL gbod'rkdios: "Penns. Henningeris Furniture Store. 31 Seeds, Hants, Flowers. KANOTA ffiED 6ATS—15c per bu. R. L. Worts, Humboldt, Kas. SWEET CLOVER SEED—Fpr recleaned, $150 per bu. Will enbender. Genieva. Kas. sale, Bed- 32 Wanted—To Buy MOTOR ^.H; horsepower, single phase. Phone 840W. ROOMS FOR RENT 33 Rooms ROOMS FOR MEN -4ln modem home, close in. C. L. Cowah.^ Real Estate For 36 Farms and Land For EXTRA GOOD SOracre farm, tt inile of town-ycrish rent or will take to livestock. 411 S. Wash.. LaHatpe. 20-A. SUBURBAN—With modern house, bam, other outbuildings, good pastui<e. Henderson Realty Co. . . , . ; ' 240 ACRES— '/ii mile north of Geneva. E. S. Stratton. RENT, SEIjj, TRADE—Improved 80 acres, 1?J. miles east Humboldt • cement plant. C. W. HolUnger, Yates Center, Kas. ' > 37 Hoosoi For Bent COTTAGER rooms, modem, close in, garden, friilt, cheap rent. Phone 1234. FOR RENT—Houses, good ioca;tlon. See, G. E. Pees. Real Estate For Sale 41 Hdiises For Sale TV(rb 4-RC)OM bouses to move, S150-$175. Sox 16. lola. " 43 I To Exobanre—iSeal Estate 6 -RoOM mcdernl cottage close in andi(&sh for larger modern hou^, Henderson Realty 90,

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