Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 7, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 7, 1933
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" lOLA, KANSAS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Venn arrived last;iilght from AIltoqueripSlyN. M., for a visit with relatives aind^iends. M», Venn was formerly a,* Jiressman for The Register. • 'J : —PhimBmC. Need Repairs? Let us give estimate. Phone 1175. lola Plimibing Co. W. H. (Daddy) Hoke is reported seriously Ul at his home, 701 North street. • ' Week's POLLY C.4FE : Invites Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Dor- : : sett to be their guests at dinner : : Wednesday. Featuring complete : : Chicken Dinner topped with Date : : Pudding and liVhippefd Cream. : Phone 790 Mrs. Leo Abbott and her children Marcelirie and 6ilbert of Oswego are vzsjting Mrs.. Abbott's parents, Mr. and Mi-s. J. Q. Blodgett. ' New! Bedroom Suites —Three-piece suites as low as $19.50. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Willis Smith of Wichita, formerly a job printer for "The Register, was in town Saturday on business and for a brief visit with relatives and friends. :-v';"|v^^' '^r'j'^^ DAitYi TH\S THE VipO'RE ^1 LIKE By Cowan •THE OPFICE., BECAviSE YOO'RE GOIfJG TO St AAtT' BY A RECEPTIOM COMmTEE Of BEANS >NMEM YOU GET HOME . ^ Mrs. A. W; Young, who has been ill the past few weeks, Is now able to be out of bed and aboutthe house a while each day. —A. R. Chambers, M. D. ' Office Mittelbach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. Max Woolery of Wichita .arrived last night for a few days' visit with his aunt Miss Nellie Walters.' SELF SERVICE MARKjET Bulk Ki^ut, 6 lbs.' . .il..250 lAll PicUe«, 4 for 10c Beef to Boil, lb. ;. So E^on, .Sliced, '^ lbs. 25c B;rains, per lb 10c Pork Liver, !b. 5c A. B. Ser/ey, Littleton, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Fi-anfc Servey,; of Chanute, visited yesterday aifternoon with their sister, Mrs. B. Ll McNiel, and family. Attention Teachers. —The 'Register: Job Department will now be open during . noon hours and Saturday afticmoons. Miss Minnie Feebler, home demonstration agent, and Miss Juanita Stevenson spent the week-end with Miss Stevenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. H. Stevenson Ip LaHan^e. Any Suit, or Overcoat denned and Pressed -35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired V. L. Martin of Kansas City is visiting his father. I.saac Martin and other relatives and friends in lolii. '• Card of Thanks. —We wish to thank our ninny friends and relatives! also the,Rev. C.'jA. B. Swanson, for their ihany acts pf kindness; and' expressions of synipathy during" the illness , and death of our beloved wife and mother .^Mr.. J; G. Lagergren anc) son, ElspOTC,' Kanisaa. Mrs. J. A. MeKinney, a sister of Mri. J. A. Fleming, died at her homo in Sedan last night after an Illness of-three week^. Mrs. Fleming was called to Sedan a week ago when her .sister's illness became critical, and hafe' remained there ever since. We Are Still Cleaning and Pressing Sult^,; Dresses, Coals —SOr-:— All Work 6uarantecd CtJT RATE CLEANERS Phono*775 lOpposite P. O. This Is the kind of weather to : : use Cod Liver Oil for your : : Baby Chicks. - —SlilS tier gallon— (Bring your can) : R.C.McKINNEYFEED STORE : Opp. P. O. Phone 389 Mr. and Mrs. H..L. Wilson stopped in loia briefly today tin their way home to Salina from LaHarpe where they have been, visiting Itelatives since Sunday. Mr. aind Mrs. Wilson formerly resided here. —If you want the Best—ask your grocer for DeUcious or Enner Jee Bread, made by lola Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chehaske have as their guest ^rs, Ed McGannon of Troup, Texas. CLEARANCE ON RADIOS PhUco Tabic Model . .'.$14.75 Kennedy, Long and Short Wave $29.50 Eleven tube Brandes, Long and Short Wave .$32.60 7-tube Majestic Radio .$34£0 1933 11-tube Console Majestic $69.30 Easy Terms Free Df Hvery W. H, WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bennett, who live southeast of Chanute. visited t6day with Mr. Bennett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bennett. —Wc.will take your check or credit you for gasoline and oil. Miller Service, 801 East Street. * Charles Murphy underwent a major operation this morning at St. John's hospital. COMPLETE RADIO I SERVICE RADIO SERVICE SHOP Verne Nor^hnip, Prop. 109 W. Madison Phone 33 I J. H. Burger, grand high priest of the I. O. O;. P. Encampmeht of Kansas; retunipcj last night from j Topeka and Virgil, where he has j 'bcon on business in connection with ' the I. O. O. F. lodge." —Ambulance; service that is prompt. Sleeper Mortuary: Mr. and Mrs. W. R, McGJnnls left this morning, for a tMyttweek vacation in Springdale. Hot Springs and other points in Arkansas. Mr. Mc- Glnnis is the proprietor of the Kozy Kove cafe. ' HIGH BLOOD MSSURE Quirk Relief, or Von Only Pay Wllen Satisaed. If you suffer from High Blood pres.sure; dizziness, ringing; in the efxrs, can't slec]) fit nights, feel weak ahd shakj', bad taste, nervous. If j'our heart pounds and you fear a paralytic stroke, to demonstrate the value of Dr. Hjiyes' successful prescription we'will send you postpaid, a regular .$1 treatment on absolUtelj ICREF ; TRIAL. WhUe it is non-specific, many cases report remarka'oly nuick relief; often symptoms diminish and quiet normal sleep returns within 3 days. Contains no salts. ph;.-sics, opiates or dope. Absolutely harmless. You can : continue with treatment you are taking. It cannot conflict. P^;rfectly safe with any diet. PAY ISTOTHING UNLESS CfREATLY IMPROVED.. Then s,end $1. If not ypur report cancels tile charge. Write to Di-. Hayes Ass'n., 2202 Coates House. Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman and their children Of Jefferson were week-end guests' of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Baker. Mi's. Newman is a sister of i^rs. Baker. >" , , EIECTION NOTICE I "The foilowing 'is a list of the I names of jthe persons who have filed .';tatements of Candidacy, petitions and statements of Commlssionershlp for nomination to the respective offices mentioned as such names will appear upon the primary ballots iat the Primary election in the City of lola. Kansas, to be held on th? 14th day of March, 1933. For Commissioner of Finance and I Revenue. • J. P- Buchanan O. W. Holmes C. L. Ho.vt Milford C. Langlcy R. 1. Mather F. B. Murdoch E. D . Shields For Members of fibard of Education. J. b. Allen • ' • Chas. M. Punk C. G. Kite J. C. Uttrell C. % Russell R.' D. Stephenson For Treasurer of Bioard of Education. Jess CI Benson E. E . Harrison In .witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal of said city this 4th day of March. 1933. T. E. SHANAHAN. [Sean City-Ctterk. C. E. White left Saturday morning for his home in Kansas City after an over-night visit with his feister, Mrs. W. L. AlUson, and Mr. Allison. —Try GLOVER'S: new car for TAXI SERVICE,^15c. Phone 897; Gene Brimm of Fryer's, who is quite ill with pneumonia, entered St. John's hospital this mpming for treatment. Ask Your Grocer or FhoDe 91 lor FAtRMONT 'S Pasteurized BSIlk, Gl'eam, Cottage Cheese and Buttennllk. rfeliveries made any place in the city. ! Mrs. Robert Giilisple of Gas City is spending a days with her nephew, Walter Maudlin and hlsj family. : —35 and 50 "^c off on Special Orders for Wall Paper at Antrim's, 219 N. Jefferson. Robert Stroup returned last night from Lawrence where he attended the Kansas-Oklahoma basketball game and spent the week-end with his brother Wilson Stroup, who Is attending the University of Kansas. MONT McKINNEY GROCERY & MARKET booking Pl^. per lb. ..' '.. .5c Jersey Rice Flakes, pkg 5c Jersey Bran Flakes 6c Barbecue Sauce, pt 15c Macaroni or Spaghetti, pkg 6c FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 C. E. Turner, travelingi freight agent for the M-K-T of Parsons, was in town today on business. --Estimate of costs given in advance. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Freeman and their son Jerry of Parsons visited Sunday with Mr. Freeman's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mosher, and with Mrs. Freeman's parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miller. DO NOT FORGET Where you get your :Chicken and Dumplings on. Wednesday for , —-25c-— at the KOZV KOVE 117 West Street LIQUID—TABLETS—SALVE Checks Colds first day, Headaches pr Neuralgia in 30 mlintes, Malaria ^ in 3 days. ,666 SALVE for Head Colds :^ost Speedy Remedies Known iletl A*U yaw DraccUt , Tor €til^hM.tcra l>taaiaBd> Bmd l >UI>Ja R «d u<l tintW iriirblllc bo«n. M:II«II »ith DIM Klbbaa. TakCMaUw. Bn UU&NU l'ILI.H.Iur40>eu>kiui»a •t >li:<«. Salr-I, f c!i3l<!3. Bar Naw I UY PHUOGISrS mAVWBEllV Don't Get Up Nights Make This 25c Test You need a 'bladder physic tn driAC out impurities "and excessive acids that cause irritation, burning and frequent desire. Get a 25c test box of BUKETS, the bladder physic, from any drug ^ store. After four days if not relieved of getting up nights go back" and get your mbhey. BU-KETS. containing buchu leaves, juniper oil, etc., adts on the bladder similar to. castor oil on the bowel?. If you kre bothered with backache, or l€fg . plains arising from bladder disorders you are hound to feel better aft^r this cleansing and you "ret your regular sleep. Brown's Drug Store , and Wallar's Palace Drug Store say BOkets is a best seller. Howsa4!.Salip'w complexion, coated ,tongue, poor appetite, bad Jireath, pimply aiin arirfalways tired. What's vfTong?, Chances are you're ppisoried by dogged bowels and inactive liver. Take tliis famous prescription used constantly in place of calomel by men and women for 20 Vears -vDr. Edwards Olive Ta ^letSi ,They are,liarm- less yet verycffedtive. A compound of Vegfetatjle in^ients. TOy'acVeasily upon the bowels, help free tlie system of poison caused by faulty elimination and. tone up liver. ,. Rosy cheeks, clear eyes and y«Hith- ful energy, ihake a success of life. Take' Dr. JEdttfafda^ive Tablets, nightly. Know 'tlHetn by thdr olive color. iSc, 30c and 60c. Ml druggists. C. A. Hughes, chief dispatcher for the Missouri Pacific of Wichita, was in lola yesterday on business. Mrs. Ira Moses, who has been confined to her bed by illnes? the past week, is a little Improved, Mr. Moses Said today. ; —Dr. If. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office ;over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray j equipped: Phone 149. I i Mrs. Alton Patterson and her son jDwayne, Mrs. John Martindale, anjl Floyd Miirphy arrived last night from Wichita called by the Illness of ; Charles Murphy. Charles Murphy ; Is the father of Mrs. Patterson and Floyd Murphy.', and is a brother of Mrs. Martindale. WEDNESDAY SPECIALS : Raisins. 4 lbs. 22c : : Prunes. 5 lbs.: 25c : : Spare Ribs or,Fresh Side. lb. 5c : Salmon and Catfish for your Lenten Dinner : FRYER BROS. GROCERY '''' • '' * * ^.... Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffitts and their daughter Virginia and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bacon and their son Richard attended a party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Baker, who live southeast ol town. NEW SHIPMENT —Table Top Gas Ranges. Very latest at rock bottom prices. Terms. Trade in old at Curtis Furniture. Phone 772. v, tK^. and Mrs. D. R. Blohni and their children visited Sunday with Mr. Blohm's brottier J/ W. Blohm and his family, who live east of tow{n. —Milford C. Langley stands for Economy and Lower Utility Rates. Vernon Lemasters, who lias been here the past week during the critical illness and death of his mother. Mrs. Fannie Lemasters, returned Sunday night to his hoitne in Motmt Vernon, New York. MODERN GARAGE Completely Equipped General iltepair (Wllnj; and Greasing Car Washing • General Tires and Repair I , S HELLY i^bfdR co. ! 214 N. Jeff.— .Phone 80 "The Howard Harmony Boys." James and Irvin Christy. Paul How-. I nrd and Earl Starks hroadca'st Sunday aftsrhoon dyer WIBW at Topeka. Fred Menzie Jr. took them to Topeka in his car. WhUe there they visited! Mr. Menzie's father, Fred Memie, who is a patient at the S. B. A. hospital, and report him progressing rapidly. The quartette also sang several selections for the patients at the hoipltal. Eeonomics lIORteO.NT.4ti 1 fowling. V Staff on a spinning wheel. 13 Baseball teams. 14 Stir. 16 To prohibit. 17 To eject, disinclination. 20 To smear 21 Encountered 22Tnose who repair roofs 24 Before. 25 Pair (abbr.) 20 House cat W'i To yelp. 2d South Carolina. 30.To scatter. 31 Hurrah, 33 Hiatus. 35 Smell. 37 Psseed by. 39 Part of a pedestal base. 41'Sweet^ potato 42 Enthroned. 44 Aye. 4b Mine. 46 Adorned . again. Aifswor (o rt-cVlous I'uz'zle 48 Chads. 49 Title i 50Sour. ,i "v--,« 52 To bow; :, 54 A ridge 56 To help. 57 Tiny. 59 Street boys. Gl Animal, sole product ol one . eiBg Ipl ). 63 Diagonal. 64 Plan for farm aid. VERTICAL 1 An Inter- m tional lime tn.nil)le. 2 User of none 4 To permit. 5 Like. C R6otstock. 1 Finished 8,Street 9 Tiny flap. 10 T.ilciitcd. 11IV rpi.). 12 Proceeding wliicli an owner loses real estate befause of debt (pi.). 15 Process* by by which money l>econies dear. IS Child. 19 Arid. 22 Scarlet. 23 To sink. 2B By 2S .tablet iso Male cat. J31 Avenue. 32 Mister in German. , 34 Wages. 36 Twenty-four hours. 37 Treadle ;3S Dental surgeon 40 Lair. . 42 Tallow tree. 43 Inanimate. 46 Sun god. 47 Doctor: 49 Norse mythology 51 Double 53 Simpleton. 55 Sun. 56 Blackbird (variant). 5STo dine. 60 Sen lot-. 62 011 (suffix) 63 To eotlst. .Frank Bixby of Emporia was a guest Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bhcby. Mr. and Mrs. Ll6yd Ayers attended' a Metropolitan Life Insurance meeting Saturday at Pittsburg. SAFEWAY STORE iWtdhesday, Rread and Butter Day 1 lb. Butter (Fairmont, Richmond or Clover Bloom) and 1 lb. Loaf Bread for . .20o —Fi^sh Fish- Halibut, per lb ,...20c Red Salmon, 2 lbs. 35c Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoddy of La­ Harpe were guests Sunday of Mrs. Hoddy's sister, Mrs. S. E. McGinnis. and Mr. McGinnis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Averett left Sunday for Harper, called by the death of Mrs. Averett's grandfather Mr. Garber, which occurred there last Thursday. Mr. Garber was the lather of Mrs. James iHlllard, formerly of lola. Mr. and Mirs. Averett will remain in Harper for! an indefinite visit with Mrs. Garber. Mr. and M^s.^ Prank McCOnnell iind Argle Butcher of Chanute were ! dinner guests Sunday of: Mrs. McConnell's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. L. L. Browning. New Living Room Suites. —Two-piece Jacquard suites. S29.50; two-piece Moliafr suites, $3.1.50. A. R. Sleeper Furnitture Co. Mrs. Russell CJarlisle and daughter Mary Helene, and,Mrs. Willian) Wayne of Emporia visited Sunday with Mr&'Carllsle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Blxby. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pprham and D. A. McDonald returned Sunday night from Manhattan where they attended the annual Delta Tau party and spent the week-end with friends. Alton Patterson of Chanute visited last evening with his father-in- law Charles Murphy, who is quite ill. - George Donald of the Curtis Furniture store left Saturday for a few days' visit with his family in Larned.. LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs, firsts .....^ .. Eggs, seconds Eggs, thirds Eggs, ungraded Hens, NO. 1 Hens, NO. 2 No. 1 Springs,, I'-:, lbs. up .. No. 2 Springsl : Capons; over 9 lbs Capons, over 8 lbs Capons, over 7 lbs Capons, tmder 7 lbs Slips Buttcrfat, lb (Docks • • Geese, lb Guineas, each •White Ducks, lb Colored Ducks, lb Hides, per, lb Mixed Corn, bu Yellow Cora, bu. Wheat, bu. • Kafir Com ..8c .•7c ..6c ..Cc ..5c ..3c . .5c ..3c .10c ..8c ..6c . 6c ..4c .10c . 3c . 3c .10c . 4c . 3c .. ic .I5c .15c .28c .13c Kansas City Hay. Kansas City, Mo.. Mar. 7. (AP). No hay market today. Kansas City Produce. Kansas Cltyi Mo., Mar. 7. (AP). The produce market opened today on a light trading basis. Quotations were unchanged. Kansas Chy Grain. Kansas City, Mo., Mar. 7. f AP). No cash grain. Receipts; Wheat 23 cars. Com 3 cars. Oats, no receipts. K. C. Livestock Close. . Kansas City. Mar. 7. (AP)—Hogs: one load of late arrivals to city butchers averaging around 215 lbs. 4.00; good and choice. 180-220 lbs.. 8.75-4.00. Cattle: weighty fed steers slow. 25 lower; other killing classes steady to strong; spots 15-25 higher on better kinds of light yearlings; choice' 1434 lb. steers 5.40; yearling heifers up to 5.50; steers, good and choice. 1300-1500 lbs.. 4.00-6.00,; heifers, good and choice. 550-900 lbs., 4.00-5.75. Sheep: unchanged. : Estimated livestock receipts _ for tomorrow: Cattle 3.500: hogs 3Q0; sheep 1.000. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. Mo., Mar. 7. (APK lU.S.D.A.)—Hogs 2,000; no directs. Active 10-20C higher than Monday's average. Top S3.85 on 170-260 Ibs- Good and choice 140-160 Ibs; $3.40</ 3.80; 1(50-180 lbs. S3.65f/3.85: 180-250 lbs. $3.70'?i:3.85; 250-290 lbs..$3.65« 3.85; 290-350 lbs. $3.50';/3.75. Packing sows 275-500 lbs. S2.65f(3.10. Stock pigs,70-130 lbs. $2.60'f?3.00. Cattle 3.500L Calves 500. W-lglUy fed steers in fairly Uberal supply are araund i25c lower. Other killing cla.sses fully Steady. Good yearlings S5.65.' No trade on stockers and feeders. Steers 550-900 lbs. $5.25f/' 7.00; 900-1100 lb.s., $4.75f/7.00; 11001300 lbs. $4.50'!(6.50; 1300-1500 lbs. $4.25T(6.00.. Heifers 550-900 lbs. at $4.15T(:5.50. Cows $250'??'2.85. Vcal- ers (milk fed) medium to choice at $4.00^6.50. Stockers and feeders at $4.00*?5.75. Sheep: 11,000. Active, fully steadjf with early top-fed lambs $5.60. Good and choice lambs (x) 90 lbs. down $5.00 ^^15 .60. Good and choice (x) 90- D8 lbs.. $5.00W5.60. Ewes, good and choice $1.75(f(2.85. (xi Quolatioiu based on ewes and wethers. as CITY EVENTS Birthday Dinner Honoring John Beeding Given in His Home ba Thursday. Elgin. III.—Merchants were .short of change until they heard about i-David; Welling. 16-year-old high schoolboy, whp saved 11.357 pennies toward the cbst of a higher education. Cavid came through. OUR WAY Williams GAS CITY, Mar. 7.—Mr. and:Mrs. A. O. Cornell are moVing to their property in south Gas. Mr. and Mrs. Will Zerba of east of Gas visited Monday at the home of Mr. and.Mrs. Douglas Moore. • John Beeding, who has been .quite ill for the past few weeks, is much improved. Miss Tressa, Titmus has returned to Kansas City after spending the past two weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mark Pierson and fam- Uy. Roy Lane has been quite ill eif hifluenza. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ellsworth,motored to Chanute Saturday evening. Walter Wilhite of Humboldt acconl- panied them home to visit over Sunday. Mrs. Alfred "Tompkins is spending a few days m Humboldt at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ray Card. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hart of lola spent the week-end at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Roy Lane. A birthday dinner in honor of Mr. John Beedlnjg was given Thursday evening at his home. The guests were:.:Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Skeen, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Morris, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Beeding ai^d daughter Arvada. G., W. Marsh of Kincaid visited Sunday with Cljrde Miller. j Mrs. Mary Burcham and family are moving from lola to their property in East Lawn. , The M. prayer meeting will be held Thureday evening at 8 at-the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Cundy. Mrs. Lena Perkins has been quite ill for the past week. Her daughter. Mrs. Vern Peterson and fampy of Humboldt have been here helping to care for her. R. A. Hill spent the week-end .in Emporia at the Frank Denton home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maley and children of Spring Branch visited Satm-day at: the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Skeen. Mrs. A. P. Holten entertained at a dinner- Sunday in honor of her husband's birthday anniversary. 1\he guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. W- Chancy and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Russell. Sunday visitors at the home ;of Mrs. Leiia Perkins were: Mr. a.jid Mrs. Victor Perkins. and daughliiEr. Mary .Jane, of Gamett. Roy Perkins of Garnett, Mr. and Mrs. Vem Peterson and daughter Kathryn-of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Perkins and daughters Dorothy and Betty of lola, and Mr. and M?rs. Ralph Perkins and son Victor Carl. Mrs. Silas Morgan and Son of LeRoy. visited Sunday evening and Monday in LaHs^rpe at the home of their daughter and plster, Mrs. A. L. Barnes arid family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gene Humberd and daughter Miss Aldola Toedmaiiol lola visited Monday at the home.'of Mrs. Bill Gumfory.. ; Mr. arid Mrs.-; Sherman Dickerson have received weird of the death of the former's sister, Mrs. J. 'W. Hlbbs. which occurred Sunday at hdr home in Centervllle. ' . Miss Veta Hackett, teacher of the primary gi'ades at the Gas school who has been seriously ill at lier home.; in Mildred, is only sHghtly improved. Mr,; and Mrs. Gus Smith have moved from Sliver Leaf district to the L. C. Curry property. Mr. and Mrs. John Middleton and son. Vironv have rrioved to a farm southeast of LaHarpe. . M'r. and Mrs. Sherman Dickerson and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dickerson and son, Jerry Don, attended tlie funeral of the late Mrs. J. W. Hlbbs at Centerville Tuesday. | ' Miss Brown of Mildred is sufasti- tuth'ig as teacher of the prlmiiry grades in the during.the absence pf Miss Veta Hackett Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rpsebaugh visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lane. ; PAGE THREg. i^V.tJs lEstimatie^ Needed oR your car, any iiia:ke TigHterihig ^eatinfgs;' ' Grinding Vialves ' • New Rmgs r T^ew Pfstbna Or a Complete Overhanl Job. WE WILIi SAVE YOU: MONEY aiid insure high class workmanship. ROSS mmi GARACE CHBT^LEh -FLYMOUm - SsUea—Service—Psurte , AUTOMOTIVE 6 Anto AliGessoriea, Tires, Paito TEXACO PRODUCTS — Goodrich j Tires. Cash paid.for used C(HS. \ Lc^an Reynolds, 307 West Street. i Wholesale GAS, per gal., S'ic Federal. Tax Paid, $5.50 per 100 gasl. (Not the Cheap 3rd Grade Gasoltae) VINE OIL & OAS CO. EMPLOYMENT 13 • Help Witnted^Female HOUSEKEEPER Mvanted, in bache- , lor hoine; must he good cook and clean about house. Call at 516 North street. 15 SitnaUoins Wanted—Feioale WASHINGS ANjD IRONINQS— Also room to rent. Rhoda Nance, 317 South,Statej . ...... LI\^ STOCK 21 Hon»8,LiCBtile. Teblcla COWS — Just fresh, and cows to freshen sbpn. J. C. Butcher, Wesfc Street' road. GOOP PAIR OF MULES—Weight 2600, for sale or trade. BoyM-; LaHarpe. : . . 22 Poultry and SnppUes CUSTOM ^TCHrao — Wanted. $1.50 per 100 or.Va^the chicks; 600! egg capacity.. 630 ^orth First, ;. CUSTOM -HAltairNG-^SSO per I case; less than, ca^ lots, Ic per i egg; chicks, 4J4o an^ up. Taylor's Hatchery and Produce, 201 South I Jefferson.,lola, B^as. , . .22 PMd &Xi and Suppliea CUSTOM HATCHING—$3.50 per case. Smith elec. incubation. Sets i Mon. and Thucs. .Started chicks, ! 6c up. Day old, up. Sunr flower Hatchery, Gas City. BABY CHI(3kS 100% from flocks Mood tested and certified .by. Judge Harris, •'• poultry expert. A^,about.our 90% gua^rantec oh Castom. Hatching. ', ' All heavy.breeds S'.i&c' '''.• Ass't Heayies 5c • 'i Custom Hatching l^c or $5 casBi.. . WILLSON FARM ' HATCHERIES (Formerly Cantrell)' • M^.it 2 miles, so^th on 73W or L. E, 'Steele Supply Co. '•Talk (3hlclcs with Wlllsdii" CUSTOM HATCH—Ic iri Modern-' Buckeyes, .set ea. Mon. Have pure*:bred blood tested chicks, L?g. 4 H<v,, big breeds" 5c, asSorted % 'Tlusi^'. seU Hatchery. Gas. Phdne '85a »&i r- 23 Wanied—live iSibctc WANTED TO 'fiUY—50 head vaccinated pigs, weigh 50 to 80 lbs.; also 3 dozen young Rhode Island Red or Plymouth Rock'hens. 802 North Jefferson. J. R. CJlin". . Milwaukee, Wis.—Worshippers of West Allis Presbyteriah church lost an alibi for staying ' away from church when the church trustees distributed gas and oil, free . of chaise, for theh- autos. ANNOUNCEMENTS strayed, tost, Fonnd LOST—Tile colored belt with' chroma buckle, Saturday. Returii to 401 S. Jefferson. Mrs. A. W. Young. Phone 904J. AtJtOMOTlW Aiitoinobilea For Safe MfeRGHANDlSE 24 PENCE—We hST?e Jiist tWldaded a American Fence at,new low prices. AUen County Implement Co., NEW LOWER PRICES-Lefider farm harness. Concord hames, hip straps and crupper, $37.50;. li-jr<'ln. farm, stepl hames and h>^eechlng. $37.75. Shannon & Shannon Harcf- ware. Phone 29.. . 26 Fa'rni aiid Dairy Frodncts. POTATOES^Large. 6nes 60c, half size 30c, Early Ohlos one ye ^r from, the jijorth; alfalfa i hay,, ,*5 pqr ton' pecan sprouts, l,and,:2 years old., 5c and .lOc: Alherta __iyadi tgees, s6me,_A. i,. Townsfiid. 27 Feed. Fuel, FertUlsert ALFALFA HAY—Baled or loose. Fred Baker,..west of lola., -i-s. FEftTffilZEfe — f-or gardens "and flower beds; bone meal for cattle; chick starter for chicks.. Brownie's, headquarters -fpr 4retoij COAL, WOOT^^ gaS %figes. i^ew • and used, flaw terms. We trade. Curtis's, tO^^hh WasHWgtpn,,,.. HEAVY GAC^JANGjfe -Pprjcelain lined'. aJJ^^amqled. .Robert ,fflMiw ^36.50. $5 .OT- down, $4.00 a mo W. H. Wood Pin? Fiuniture, South JefferSdh. Phone 190. NEW; AND U^ED T^tanlt«re. Sffjre papked. . Henninger's .f^uniiture Store, West JiteiBson street-. ,t ... 3« / Aigirtin&ls ai^rilA^ AP^RTlJlBNT-^eah. nlce&. fiir.- ;ni^ed> (dose feff square. 16 Nprth ;Sycamore. ^.-^ -w -u.>i.:- PONTIAC-BUIGK Bales knd Service ,[ Guaranteed Used Cars SHEtLY MOTOR^Ca 214 N. Jefferson ' i*bione 90 Dodge SALES Dependable Used Cars and TiiliikB ELLIS MOTOR ;=c6.' - Ph 'one soli ' 'I- Cash— Trade—Tenaa ! llstete For 36 .' l&nu knd Land For itenf^ ABOUT. 38 Act miles west brie _ 520 North WaUiut. ittoin land, ''i C. L. Arnold, 37 Houses For, Bent FOR RENTT--Houses. good Idcitldln. See O- E. Pees. . ' ^ HOUSE — 5 -roomi , m &dern. • Phoiie :-4l9J. -. - ,.r ; ' tage,. douhle, •gfurage. ©pdsin,. WO. Inquire 21 North i ^-ROGSi. miSSB^Z South' BtUe, rcdecontaed,\bamV house,,a.acres. B. .^chicken

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