Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 8, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, March 8, 1933
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lOLA. KANSAS /I ^ncls Walters, •^ho has beert a . guest df his aunt Miss Carrie Wal^ teiB and his cousini Klsworth Wal• / tieris aiia' his fainllyi the past week, •.r returned yesterday to his home in ' Junction City. . -^ar of Southern Kansas Lump coal on track, ;$4,50 per ton off car in ton lots onljy. lola Coal & Junk Company. Phone 317. C. A. Dorsey, secretary of the - chamber of commerce, and J. c. Smith went, to Tojjeka yesterday to visit the legislature. They will return this evening. •:-Ma^lfyingr Makeup Mirror Free! : With evciry $1.00 box of ; Armand's symphonic Powder : Evei7 woman should have one. : Get Yours Now! BROWN S DRUG STORE Pirione 255 • •••• j---. •••• '• Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman and their children' of HoldenvlUe, Okla., spent the week-end with Mr. Lowman's parents Mr. and Mrs. B. Lowman, who live north of town. MORE VALUE! —See i the new ONE MINUTE Washer that sells ht $49.50. A. R. Sleeper t^irniture Co. Miss Elaine Qulnn returned Tuesday evening tp Kansas City after a week-end visit with her mother Mrs. E. H. Quinn and her sister Miss Nelda Qi^inn. FRYfeR BROS. GROCERY Oxydol.-: medium size 19c (With Free Jig-Saw Puzzle) Tomatoes, No. 2 cah. 4 for 25c 1 dozen for 70c Raisins. 4 lbs. for/ L ...22c Apple Butter, Armour"s Very Best, No. 2'i can, 2 for 25c PHONE 401 Miss Marie Smith and Ruben Chatterton of Colony, and Mr; and Mrs. Albert Cornell spent Sunday in Chanute as guests of Mr. and Mrs. - Chesley McConriell. —35 and 50'r; off on Special Order for Wall Paper. At Antrim's, 219-North Jefferson. Roy King, of Wichita, who has been visiting his sister Mrs. Walter U.' Wise and her family and other relatives, left this morning for Kansas City on bu.siness. : New Shipme^it of : Gold Seal Rugs and : Floor Covering : 65 felt rug .s on display. : attractive pnltern.s—12 new : desipas of floor covering to : choose from. ; We Buy for Lc .s.s : * We Sell for Less W. H. WOOD FINE FURN. : 202 S. Jeff. Phone ISO Mi"s. D. M. Shelby, bookkeeper for the K. C. Electric and Plumbing company is confined to her bed by illhc.s.s. r—Dr. W. P. Hull. Osteopath and DIaeno.sticlan. Plionc 120. Mr, and Mrs! J. J. Griffln and their daughter Miss Bess moved to 413 South Walnut today from 419 South WashinRlon: EVERBLOOMING ROSES 2-yeai--old Field Grown. Will Bloom First Year. 6 25c ones or 4 35c ones, or 3 5bc ones for SI.OO. Come in and feee how you can get a Rose Bush FREE WISHARD SEED 'CO. lola. Kansas THE IOC A DAILY REGISTER.-WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 8. 1933. PAGE THREE 1 THE NEWFANGLES (Mom^n Pop) •TH ^fJE HE GolAes, NdvM THERE'S MODE THAN ONE W/icV OF UTTl^4a.THE VISITING RELATVVIES K ,NO \M THAT THEY HWE OMEQ STSVf p THEIR \NELCOME Ceming Events C ast Ijlidr Shadows! By Cowan AN,Dt -S WHERE 1 SETiXjl?*' UTnE^t^^H TaCLICklMG. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jewctt returned last night ^. from Wichita where Mr. Jewett attended a Frig- idaire meeting. W^lle there they were guests of Mr. and,Mrs. E. H. Brettman. ' Vicks new Jy Antiseptic does tx everything that -any mouth-wash qf" gargle can and should do., .at half the costi • • • THE PROOF ia actual use. To furnish this proof, 5 million bottles in a spsdal trial size wcro supplied to drug- gi«t«... 6o/ow cosf... a 2Sc value ior 10c. Tho demand hatf been enormous. If your druRgist 18 already out, get the regular lU-ounce size . . . a 7Sc value for only 3Sc. Use it one week. If you are bot delighted with its quality . .. and amazing-economy . . . return unuse4 portion to your druggist and get your; money backi ANTISEPTIC BY MAKERS 01 _ t tW j. F. GHENNAN ^' I^ObU^E CO. * C. O. cdGmf^, Manager POULTRY AND EGGS Egg Cases and Supplies start Vonr dtkksSisrht USE PlLtiSBlSlY srAKttstjrTiiaa. Mrs. L. R, Hobart of Moran underwent ah operation for the removal of her tonsils this morning at St. John's hospital. —We take checks for gasoline and oil. Miller SerVice, 801 East, Street. Miss Fannie Lawton of Fredbnia spent the week-end with her sister Mrs. O. W. Holmes and Mr. Holmes. SELF SERVICE IVL-VRKET Beef to Boil ii.. 5c Spiced TongTie, sliced 35c Spiced Ham, sliced 30c Kraut, 6 lbs. .25c Frankfurters, 100 7t pure meat 10c Catfisii, Red Salmon, Fresh Oysters Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ensminger and their daughter Miss Wllma and theii' son Vernon have moved to a residence in the Country club district from a farm south of town. —ELKS' St. Patrick's Day Dance Friday, March 17. Music by Johnny Hartung and his 12-plece hand ftom Parsons. This dance open to those who have invitations from Elks. 'Admission 75c. A splendid party ihas been planned hy a committee composed of Logan-Reynolds, chairmap, Paul Reed, J. L. Packhurst, Walter Fees, and Harold Klndig, appointed specially for this dance. . Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Schereier and their children of Joplin, Mo., vidted Sunday with Mrs.- Schereler's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McPherson. : SPECIAL DURING MARCH! : : Shampoo and Pitiger Wave, dry : 35c Operators— : •Geraldine Shewell : Grayce Eiisrhinger Catherine Ann Beanty Shop 17 ;i W. Mad. Phone 49,4 Mr. ai^d Mrs. Marion Edwards of Coffeyville visited Sitnday .evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Porter., —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Of'flce over Brown's Drue Store, X -ray equipped. Phone 140. Emory Wells of Moran spent Monday with his sister, Miss Emily Wells, who is attending the lola Juillor college, '" '• Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed -35c- Old and Reliabl Corner (Just West hlished 1911 MUHI^IE !: and Elm lot the Water Tower) ABLESbN q^EANERS Phono 105 One Day Service If Desired O. N. Birkland of Denver, Colo., district manager for S. H. Kress and company, j arrived Monday on bn ness in connection with the local Kress store. —If you want the Best—ask your grocer for Delicious or Enner Jee Bread, made ,by lola Bakery.. : Mrs. I. Sarofsky will arrive Friday from Kansas City for a week-end visit with: her daughter. Mrs. J. B.. Gelphmah and her family. : Sometimes It is More : Saving: to Repair Your Old : Than Buy New : Dooni Windows, and Glass : lOLA PLANING ftOLL : "If Made of Wood. We Make It" : <04 North-St. Phone 404 • Mrs. C.JB. Taylor arrived Tuesday afternoon; from Emporia to be the guest of her daughter Mrs. H. F. Winkelman and her family. CHECK YOUitl ~" BATTERY And you'll avoid being stalled out in "no man's land" because of; a dead battery. Bnttcrie* tested free of charge" Low, prices on new plat;es , . SHELLY MOXOB CO. 214 N. Jeff,—Phone 80 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nix had as their guests.for tlie week-end Mr^ and Mrs. C, W. Boyd and . their dauglitcr Jane Margaret of Miami, Okla. Mr. Boyd is a.sslstant manager of the j. C. Penney store In Miami. ELECTION NOTICE The following Is a list of the names of the persons who have filed statements of Candidas, petitions and statements of Commlssloilershlp for nomination to the respective offices mentioned as such names will appear upon the primary ballots at the Primary election in the,City of Io]a, Kansas, to be held on the 14th day of March, 1933. For Commissioner of Finance and Revenue. J. D. Bilc^anan O. W. Holmes C. L. Hoyt Milford C. Langley R. I, Mather F. fe. Murdoch ED. Shields For Members of Board of Education. J. 6. Allen Chtis. :M. Punk C. C". Hlte J. C. Uttrell C. K Hussell I R. D.: Stephenson ( For Trea^nrer of B^ard of Edncatlon. ' Jess'C. BeOsoa-' -ij^'u •:• E..E. Harrison In wither whereof 1 have hereunto set my band, seal,of said city this 4th diiy of March, ;1933, . i i.T. E.'^SHANAfiAN. [Seal] • r.AC^ty.tJlerk. Miss Mildred Mark had as her guests for the week-end Misses Lulu and Blanche Cuppet of ElaVpnburg. —New Low Price on Plimiblhg Fixtures. lola Plumbhig Co. Ph. 1175. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith spent Sunday with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Smith, in Moran. MR. CITIZEN, T^VXPAYER AND UTILITIES USER Do yotf know ^heh Mr. C. L. Hoyt assumed office as finance c6mmissioner the gas department of lola bad been running in the red for years? Do you know he b:^,not only put this department oii > self-supporting basis but in addltidh \aii hjid aKout $50,000 worth oif woik ddhe on our leaking gas mains? Most of this laborj was done by consumers who were unable to pay their ntiUtieS bills. . Learn . the complete truth about. Mr. Hoyt's reconi before yon vote. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Nevins returned Simday evening to their home in Nevada, Mo., after spending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs..-W. M. Wells. NEW SPRING DESIGNS —In GOLD SEAL CONGOLEUM Rugs and Yard Goodk, the lowest prices ever. A. R. Sleeper Pum. Co. Miss Jaunita Taylor had as her guest for the week-end Miss Eileen Callaway, an instructor in a school, located near Chanute. A DELICIOUS TREAT Serve Fairmont Ice Cream to delight young and old. Many Flavors. Order from yolir FAIRMONT DEALER H. N. Latimer, special agent for the Santa Fc, of Ottawa, was here Monday and Tuesday on business. —Milford C. Langley stands for Economy and Lower Utility Rates. | Mr. and Mrs, John Motley of/Salina were week-end guests of MTs. Motley's parents Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Martin and other relatives. : Good Seeds Make : a Good Garden : Last season our seed business : : increased over 100%—there : was a reason. Make this your ; seed store. • : BRIGHAM HDW. CO. : Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Reid announce the birth of a 7".-pound son early this morning at St. John's hospital. —Typewriters for sale, rent, trade. Williams Typewriter Co. Mr. and Mrs^ Clyde Bishop and their son r Clyde Jr.. of Chanute were guests Sunday of Mr. Bishop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bishop. BUSINESS AS USUAL Any Dress,'i Suit, or Coat ." pieaned land Pressed ;—35c— SPOTLESS CLEANERS ; Phone 797 . Ill W. Mad. ., C. R. Morau Joe Chambers, who has been visiting his mother Mrs.; Willmine Ghambera and his niece Doris HiU in LaHarpe and his sister Mrs. L. R. Wight and ^ir.-'Wight since Sunday;, returned Tuesday afternoon to Kansas City where he is employed at the Phimps/hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clemens of Chanute and F. C. Fletcher went to Colony today to visit Mr. Fletcher's mother-in-law Mrs. A. H. Martin, who is critipally 111. Mrs. Fletcher has been with her mother the past few days. —Thjrty years of cdntinuous service, ^leeper Mortuary. E, B. Andersqn announced today tho opening of; a grqcery 'store at 9ia East Madison. , Complete lines of fancy and Staple groceries will be carried In stock. Mr. and Mris. J. H. Middleton and their son Vh-pn moved to a farm located, southeast of LaHarpe Saturday from-their former residence in Gas City. MONT McKINNEY I GROCERY & nXASKET Clothes Pins, 40 for i.;...'. 10c Vanilla Flavoring, 8-oz. bottle 15c Gre-Sdlvent, large, 2 for ^.... .25c P.F.O.G. Sandwfch Spread, pt. 25c FREE DELIVEIRY 110 S..Wash. iPbone 173 Mrs. Sam Spillman and her son Eldon of Mildred were guests, Monday of Mr. and Mrs. T. L, Farmer. Mrs. Farmer is a daughter of Mrs. Spillman. Miss Enola Green. lola teacher of piano, announced today, that one of her students. Delijert Franklin, 14. of Moran.won tl>e right to represent the Moran schools in the Mar- piaton valley music coifitest which Is to^be he .ld ia the near /jjture, by iwinnbig, Slst in the eliihlriation contest conducted in Moran yesterday. ; . Germany HORIZON'T.AIi ^ Ansn-er to Previous Puzzle IWho was the , leader of the Germari Reformation? 7 Inflammation of the ear. 13 Ireiie, goddes^ of ? 1 14 Practical unit of electrical - 1- :iia[»i. 031^ capacity. 16 Credit (abbr.). IS Makes torpid. 19 Exclamation. 20 Tense. 22 Bird. £4 To ventilate. 25 Popular. 32 Tennis fence. 33 Antelope. 34 Unsaturated hydrocarbon. 35 Fish. 36 Taste and odor. 37 Loads as freight. 33 Genus of cattle. 40 Common to both sexes. 42 Self. 45 Kimono sash. ^ aHaSiBBiBBHEaiglfl 46 Withdraws from circulation. 47 Prophet. 48 Falsifier. 50 Heathen god. 51 Preposition. 52 That disconcerts. 59 You a^il I. 60 Stranger 61 Rounded convex molding. 63 Ate sparingly 64 The world of mind and niatttr. VERTICAL 2 Above. 3 Examination. 4 Derby. r, Small shield. 6 Corded cloth. 7 Away. )N Japanese fish. Ji Wrath. 10 Employment, i 11 Hypothetical ; structural unit. 12 Rough crooked' tree. 15 Nai;row sloping passage. ]" A jihnwer. rJGrew old. 21 Most Important slate of Germany. 23 Seed of the anise. 25 Strait betwter Eingland and France. 26 To run away and marry. 27 Worth. .28 Preposition. 29 Maker of tiles. 30 Void of sense 31 Yields. 38 Clayey. 39 Death notice. 41 Sepulchral chest. 43 To emit bright light. 44 Lubricated. 4? Law. 50 Eskimo house (variant) 53 Cavity. ' 54 To observe. ; 55 Fihaie. \ i 56 2000 pounds. 57 Yellow bugle plant. 58 Adverbial negative. 60 Three-toed sloth., 62 Either. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Lacy of La- • J. W. Kerschner of Moran spent Harpe have purcliased the home'today with his daughter Mrs. T. A. formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. j Fudge arid her family. T. B. Shannon. 845 North JelTerson.' They plan to move to their new residence next Monday.. AUTO TOPS AUTO GLASS Furniture and Automobile Upholstering Rubber Mats : j HEIGELE'S Harness and Auto Top Shop 201 South St.—Phone 59 —Honor and respect for the bereaved. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Middleton i spent Sunday in Chanute, the ' guests of Dr. and Mrs. Bert Cart; wright and Mr. and Mrs. Robert i CartwTight. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wilcox of Salina were guests Sunday of Mi-. Wilcox's sister. Mrs. H. L. Lacey and her family in LaHarpe. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Olsen of Humboldt annotmce the bu-th on March 7 of. twin daughters whom they have named Shirley Ann and Shlrlene Maye. Mr. Olsen is a son of Ole Olsen, 821 North Walnut. NEW SHIP.MENT —Table Top Gas Range's. Very i latest at rock bottom prices. Terms. Trade in old at Curtis Furniture. Phone 772. Mrs. Catherine Abbott, stenographer for the Sifers Candy company, who has been confined to her hed with injuries suffered teh days ago when she fell on the Steps leading to the office, is reported improving. However, she will h ^ve, tp remaiji in bed a few days longer. A small ad in the Classified columns often puts over a big deal. Mrs. Olive Ernest Entelrtains ; Members of JLadles Aid at Her Home on Tuesday. HUMBOLDT, Mar. 7.—The City Aid met this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Olive Ernest, Mrs. L. Holt- schneider, president, presiding over the meeting. The minutes of last meeting were read and approved. It was decided to exempt the officers from dues, and also resolVed that all past dues of members be cancelled. It was further voted to reduce dues for the current year. Tlie following members were in attendance: Mrs. Walter Hess, Mrs. L. T. Cannon, lyirs. G. W. Horn, Mrs. F. C. MiUer, Mrs. C. I?. Schaffner, Mrs. GaU Redfield, Mrs. J. Wakefield. Mrs. Carl Reynolds, Mrs., L. Holt- Schneider, find the hostess, ISIrs. Olive Ernst. The Rotary club held its regular weekly meeting at the Hotel Mmi- roe Monday evening, and following the supper Elmer Harclerode, president, presided over a small attendance of members, only routine business being discharged. The Humboldt school board met at the high schoor in regular session Monday evening, Frank C. Miller, chairman; of. the board, presiding. The superintendent presented his report, as'did also the treasurer, both being adopted. Plans were discussed appertaining to the school progism for the ensuing school year, but outside of this, no details relative to the staff to be employed, etc.. could be learned. Fire broke out this morning about 10:20 at the residence of W. L. Clay, Tenth and Central, caused by a defective flue in the dining room. Fortunately, it was soon extinguishes'., only comparatively small damage being done to the walls and fiuniture, this being we imderstand, fully covered by insurance. The regular .(^apel assembly program was held Tuesday morning in the high school auditorium, Prof. A. J. Tn^eblood, principal, conducting the devotions and introducing Geraldine Atkinson as announcer of the following program: song. Marjorie Casper; piano duet, Doris Kent and Juanita Bryan; quartet niun- ber. Warren Pauli. Gcorgie Works. Marjorie Casper, and Doiis Kent; talk by LalVergne Lehman: talk by Marjorie Steams, and short speech by Prof. H.H. McCl.'Hand. A few visitors were present. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fuckett. eist of Humboldt, were honored bv a d;rner served by Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKinney of Idla. -jelebratln? tiie Puckett's wedding aniv.versarj' Sunday noon. • waiter Willhite. Humboldt, was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ellsworth of Gas City. Mrs. Ray Card, Humboldt, is entertaining as her guest this week her sister, Mrs; Alfred Tompkins of Gks City. Mrs. yern Peterson and family of Hiunboldt spent the past week at Gas City, helping to take care of Mrs. Peterson's mother. Mrs. Lena Perkins, who fc seriously ill,at her home. Grover C. Russell, fanner, south- erst of Himiboldt, who was recently confined to his room with liver complaint, is now convalescing. Kansas City Produce. Kansas City. March 8. (AP)— Eggs 9c. Butterfat 7c-i2c. Other produce unchanged. Kansas City Hay. Kansas City, Mar.'8. (AP)—No hay market today. OUT OUR WAY By Williams LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs, firsts ;,!.,.. 9c Eggs, seconds .7c Eggs, thirds 5c' Eggs, ungraded (5c Hene. No. 1 6c. Hens, No. 2 4c No. 1 Springs, I'i lbs. up 5c No. 2 Snrihgs • Sc Buttcrfatr lb ipc Cocks 8c Geese, lb. ac" Guineas, each 10c White Ducks, lb 4c Colored Ducks, lb ^c Hides, per lb Ic Mixed Com, bu —Ipc Yellow Corn, bu 1^' Wheat, bu 2Bc Kafir Com Ijlc K. C. Uvcstock Close. j ; Cattle: Fed steers very slow. 5-40 lov.or; most of the week's early advance erased; strictly good light weight steers $5.85; light yearlings weak to 25 lower; cows steady \o easier; steers, good and choice, 55p- 900 lbs.. $5.00-6.75; 900-1100 lbs., «4 J 0-6.75; 1100-1300 lbs., $4.25-6.25;. 1300-1500 lbs.. $4.00-5.75; common and mediiun, 550 lbs. up, $3.00-4.75; heifers, good and choice* 550-900 Itis. $3.85-5.50. I j Sheep; Lamhs closing, dull at 2540 io-.ver than Tuesday; most salts to packers ($5.20-35; few $4.85-5.00. -Hogs: Unchanged. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. March 8. (APi—U. S. D. A,—Hogs 6,000 ; 700 direct; uneven. IOC to 15c lower than Tuesday's average; top $3.8(j on choice 180-200 lbs.; good.and choice 14O-I6O lbs.. $3.25-$3.65; 160-180 lbs.. $3.50$3.80; 180-220 lbs., $3.65-$3.80; 220250 lbs., $3,'60-$3.75; 250-290 lbs., $3.40-$3.60; packing sows $2.60-$3.00; stock pigs $2.60-^.00. ; , Cattle 4,500; calves 5o6; mo-st killing classes., cattle openiing weak to 25c lower;'early top light weight fed steers. $5.50; veaifers steadyf sticker and feeder trade at stand-: still; steers, good arid 'choice 550^ 900 lbs., $5.25-$7.00; 900-1100 lbs.. $4.75-$7.00; 1100-1300 lbs.. $4.50-r $6.50; 1300-1500 lbs., , $4.00-$6.00;common and medium $3.25-$5.0(J; heifers, good and choice $4.00-$5.7'5;' cows, good. $2;50-$2.85; Sealers, mlik fed. $3.50-$7.00; stobkeri and feeder [jsteers $4.00-$5.75. Sheep 14.000; lambs bround 25C lower; sheep weak to 25c lower; top fed latribs $5.45 to .shipisers; lambs, good and choice (xi , 90 lbs. down, $4.75-85.45: good and choice (x) 9098 lbs.. S4.75-$5.45; ewes! 90-150 lbs:. $1.75-$2.50. ] : \ (x) Quotations: based on ewes antl wethers. Estimated livestock' receipts for tomorrow: . Cattle 3,000; hogs'3.00p; sheep 5,000. LEGAL tFirst Published in The lola Daily Register March 8, [1933.) NOTICE t I, Harry Smith; convicted on ths 26th day of Jariua'ry. 1931. of the crime Of Possession of Narcotics iri Allen County. Kansas, will apply on' the 17th day of April, 1933, to the Goveraor, at his office in Topeka, Kansas, for Conditional Pardon. Signed HARRY SMITH. (3) 8-15-22-29 .(4) 5-12. (First Published In The lola Daily Register March 1.11933.) NOTICE Off APPOINTMENT —Administrator. ;: State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. { In the Matter of; the. Estate of William D. Bogar,: late of Allen County, Kansas. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT Notice Is hereby Given, That oft the 26th day. of lAugust, A,. D.. 1931, the undersigned was by -the ProbatiJ Court of Allen County, Kansas.'duly appointed and qualified as Admlrir istralbr of the Estate of William p. Bogar, late of Alleh County, deceased. All parties interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. V. G. ARCHER,' (3) 1-8-15. • Administrator. AUTOMOilVE AotofflttMlM FoP Sale PONTIAC-BUICK Sales and Service Guaranteeji Used Cari SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jefferson . Phone m THE CHfiVROLET DEALER HAS THE BEST ;USEI> CAR VAl^UlES IN TOMW 1929 CBevrtJlet Sedan Delivery 1930 CbevTolet; Coupe IftJT Chrysler Roadster 1329, Dodge Sb? Goupe 1927 Dodge Sedan 1 1929 Dodge Sedan 19^8 Essex OoSch 1929 Essex Coupe lOSS^FordTrtTitiks (2) 19!» BJKi Coach . igjri-Ford Sjiort Coupe 1924 Ford Coach j ; 1930 Ford Sedan 1931 Fp.fd VJctpria Cotipe, 5-pass, 1928 NftSli Coupe , : , Ple^.ty of Other Bar^Uns BUD WHITE MOri® CQ. _ Let Us Estimate the , Gdst of Repairs Needed on your car, any make -TighteninR Bearings Grii^dinj; Valves . New Ripgs ^ New Pfetons Or a Comiilele Overhaul Job. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONfcY antf^insure high class workmanship. ROSS ARBUCKLE GARAGE CHSTSL^k-PLYMOtTH ^ Si^Ies^SiervIce—Farts. AUTOMOTIVE Aotiomobiles For Sale Dodge SALES AND SEIfVICE Plymouth Dependable Used Cars and Trucks ELLIS MOTOR CO- Phone 3 01 Cash—Trade—Terms 6 Anto Accessories, Tires, Parts TEXACO PRODUCTS — Goodrich Tires. Cash paid for used (jars. Logan Reynolds, 307 West Street. Wholesale GAS. per gaL. 51L'C Federal Tax Paid, $6.50 per 100 gal. (Not the Cheap 3rd Grade Gasoline) VD^E OIL & GAS CO. EMPLOYMENT 13 Hilp Wknted—Female HOUSEKEEPER wanted in bachelor home; must be good cook and clean about house. Call at 516 North street; • • 15 Situations Wanted—Female WASHINGS AND IRONINGS— Also room to rent. Rhoda Nance, 317 South State. LIVE STOCK 21 Horses, Caitle, Vehicles COWS — Just fresh, and cows to freshen soon. J. C. Butcher, West Street road. GOOD PAIR OP MULES—Weight 2(500. for sale or trade. Boyer, LaHarpe. ':_ 22 Ponltry and Supplies CUSTOM HATCHING — Wanted, $1.50 per 100 or the chicks; 600- egg capacity, 630 North First, CUSTOM HATCHING-$3.50 per case; than case lots, le per -egg; chicks, •4'. AC and up. Ta.vlor's Hatchei^r and Produce, 201 South Jefferson, lola, Kas._ 22 Poultry and Supplies CUSTOM -HATCHING—$3.90 ' per case. Smith dec. incubationi; Sei.s Mon. and Thurs. Started chicles, fit; up. Day old, 4'.jc up; Sim- flower Hatchery, Gas City. BABY CHICKS 100% from flocks blood tested and certified by Judge Harris, poultry expert. Ask about our 9Q'"(, guarantee on Custom • Hatching. All heavy breeds 5VJc Ass't Heavies 5c Custom Hatching l%c or $5 case WILiisON FARM HATCHERIES I (Formerly Cantrell) 2 niiles south on 73W or L. E. Steele Supply Co. '•Talk Clucks with Willson" CUSTOM HATCH—Ic in Modern Buckeyes, set ea. Mon.'e- bred blood tested chicks. Leg. 4^,^c, big breeds 5c, assorted 4c. Russell Hatchery. Gas. Phone 955-3. 23 Wantid—Live Stock WANTED TO. BUY—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. Clin«MERCHANDISE 24 Articles For Sale FENCE—Wfe haye just unloaded a carload of American Pence at new low prices. Allen County Implement Co. NEW LOWER PRICES —Leader farm harness. Concord hames, hip .straps and crupper, $32,50; Hi-in, . farm, steel hames and breeching, $37.75. Shannon & Shannon Hardware. Phone 29. 26 Farm and Dairy Prodncts POTATOES—Large ones 60c, half size 30c, Early Ohios one year _ from the north; alfalfa hay, $5 per ton; pecap sprouts, 1 and 2 years old, 5c and 10c; AlSerta peach trees, same. A. L. Towhsend. 27 Feed, Fuel, Fertilizers FERTILIZER — For gardens and flower beds; bone meal for cattle; chick starter for chicks. Brownie's, headquarters for cream. 2i HoDseboId Qoodfl COAL, WOOD, and gas ranges, new and used. Easy terms. We trade. Curtls's, 10 North Washington. HEAVY GAS RANGES—Porcelain lined, all enariiel^d, Robert Shaw heat conti-61, installed complete, $39.50, $5.00 down, $4,00 a month. W. H. Wood Pine Furniture, 202 South JeffersonJ Phone 190. NEW AND USED Furniture. Store . .packed. Henninger's Furniture Store, West Madison street. 32 Wabted-^To Buy ONE SMALL power bench saw. Phone 109. Real Estate For Rent 37 Houses For Bent FOR RENT—Housed gdod location. See G. E. Pees. HOUSE — 5-room, modern. Phone 419J: 5-ROOM FURNISHED modern cottage, double .'garage, garden, $10. Inquire 21 North Second. 8-ROOM HOUSE—802 South State, redecorated, barn, parage, chicken h(jti5e, 2, acres. B, M, Coutant. .

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