Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 10, 1933 · Page 5
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, March 10, 1933
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v 'j ' TOLA. KANSA .4 THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 10. 1933. POi»HASAUTTLEPliAN! • PAGE HUMBOLDT! NEWS M!n>;!nnary SoricljIPH IfpM Joint Mccdns In rHetlioJlJat gfeurch ^ Wodnrsday {Afternoon. IIUMBOLDT, Mar, 1».-I ^'0 Eck- nil has movrd -lilfi billiard parlor cqulpmont from the basement of the Piissinaii building, |n'here It had been located for the past 25 years, to the Seymour bulldljifi on Wc;;t Bridge street, formerly occupied by the Drake bakerj". i Miss Eva French, teacher at the i Cottage Grove school, announces ' that a three-act comedy. "The Blue Bag." will be gfvbn by the Cottage Grove jfoung people Wednesday, eve..ling, March 15. , The {junior higli *:hocl operetta, which \vas to have been given Friday evening. March 10, is postponed for one week. A fine display of bird houses, the , product of the mechanical departments of the Humboldt high school, under the direction of Elmer Harclerode. is attracting attention to the Kansas Utilities office. A program from Bere^ college, Berea, Ky.. covering ia song and organ recital given there last Sun' day, accords considerable praise to Miss Amanda Wulf of Humboldt, who is a member of the musical staff of the college. Miss Wulf is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. G. WuU of Humboldt, and Is serving her second year on the Berea college faculty. The recent rain and snow has caused \ the Neosho river to rise ' slightly, the gravel bars below the - dam being covered with water. Many of the smaller streams in this vicinity have been replenished to flowing stage, this being most acceptable to the farmere. Judge J. S. Lehman has moved his office from the city hall to the second floor of the Union building. All business pertaining to his duties as police judge, however, will be carried out in city hall.. The bakery sale by the Methodist church ladies, scheduled for Saturday next, March ll, has been postponed indefinitely. Mr. Oehlert, father of Mrs. H. P. O. Wulf Of Humboldt, who 8UR- talncd a fractured hip by a fall last Sunday morning, will Ije detaltjed indefinitely at the Chnnute hospital, where he l.s taking treatment. Rev.jC. V. Shulenbcrger, pastor of the Methodist church, reports the annual conference of his denomination, \^'hlch was scheduled to meet in Lai ^Tenpe la .st Wednesday, indefinitely postponed. Chalmers Clarlc. Humboldt, who iis in his twelfth year as local chairman of the Order of Railroad Telegraphers on the Ehstern •(division of the Santa Fe. has been reelected for [Tnother term and in this capacity will be their deloRatc to the Grand Triennial convention, to be held in Montreal. Canada, sometime in May of tliLs year. Work lia.? been started on the . Fiis.^mnn building, the plan bein? to / yrmoiicl ii for the housing of the ^lew Co ;:y ilier .trr. to be opened and opcrntod hy Mr. McConnell of Par- .sors. iri the near future. Jilr. J. W. Dancy. Buckner. Mo., purcha.scd the new bunpalow residence on West Bridge street, owned by Lewis Eckart. and expects 10 .-^oon bol.iocated here. Mr. Dancy lias retired, following 22 years service witli the Prairie oil company. The fact that LaVergne Lehman (;ave an interesting talk on the assembly program at the high school Tuesday morning was inadvertently omitted in our report. An 8' J -pound son was born Wed- ne.sday. March 8. to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Humble of Charles street. He ha.s been named Mat*vin Lee. The Home and Foreign Missionary societies of the Methodist church gathered Wednesday in a joint meeting at the church. The" Home , .soriety in the morning was conducted by lylrs. O. C. Payne, president. Mrs. Hnrvey Markle of the Presbyterian church gave an interesting talk at length on Jndians| and In- dlnn homes. uLso displaying several Indian curios. Miss Nellie Drollinger spoke as to her vlhlts tp the different tribes. Mr.s, C. V. Shulen- Ijerger gave a talK on 'A Buffalo Robe Purchase of Many Years Ago." Hinch wii .M .served at noon to 23 inember.s, the hostewcs being Mrs, .lumen Arlhur Hmith, Mrx. H. 8. . PelcrH, and Mi«, Davn Keller. The iifternooii «e >mloii wn« conducted by Mrn, Klmor Murclcrpde. president Of tin; FoiclKii society. Mrs, Chester Cli'nttorton led the devotfonalit. the !c ;yion being taught by Mrs.' W, J. Cu.spcr. as.slsled by Mrs, Dnvc Woods, Mrs. A. J. Trueblood. nnd Mrs, Chat- tcrlon. Two gucst.-i were In attendance. Mrs. C. P. Mitchell of Humboldt, nnd Mrs. Warren, president . • of the Foreign society of lola. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur V. Dimond of Carrollton, Mo,i former residents , of Humboldt, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Gladys Josephine, to Mr. Thomas E. Watson of Carrollton. Mo., on February 2i5. The regular meeting of the N. G. O. club was ijield a few evenings ago with Mi-s. Chester Dimond. Three tables of cards if ere fofmed. Miss Ruth Peak wimiing high score. Besides the members, three invited guests were pi'esent. Mrs. A. L. France. Mrs. Josephine Tucker, and Miss Cecilia Koppers. Refreshments were served at a late hour. The wroman's Missionary' society of the EvangeHcal church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. A. Paull. for the study of the regular monthly lesson. Pol- lowing this meeting a mission band was organized, 12 grade school children being present. At the regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star in the Masonic hall Monday evening. Miss Elizabeth Ann Smith was initiated Into the THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Bv rowan TT'S UP TO gS TO tX> SOMETHINQ AsBOUT »Tl A^TER AtL.TWEV JA«E GU/^OVS* RBUAT10N«5 ANt> SHE CANT KICK THEAA 60T WITUOUT CENT. IF VNli COUUO G£T THA.T_ WUSBAMO OF G6t5TIE'S A JoB —. . So^^e^^MERE- -BOW^-^WMK FOR tk StOOKO /AKYTIME! TUKt I H*.Nref^ SEEM TXAWG / VKX» A WTTUBSCHEWlNa OM HpVM /COULDM'T TO GET TV« KV^ OOrr 1 ^XEVCM FUiUJ* TPOW IN ONOBR "WOSE y OUT A TWCK Pft.«ASVr?S 1^ —^J^IGSAVJ PUZ2LE AFTER AU. HH B*PE«EMCE VBUO G6LAT(veS,I TO KNOW TWC »<^,THm V»t,U PUSH PPoFESaOMAt V »SrTORS OUT OP TWE PICTURE ...AHD vJUST fs^ ^ VNMCH ME !f THDKGUKSK WHAIISTHE-NAME OFTHEWORUftlABSESI „r™,'X^„ IMLANOSEA? NUMEB«.ISI)«S? NEWS OF COLONY Mrs. J. H. Skonmp, Wife of Former President of Colony Bank. Is Dead. THE J. F. GRENNAN PRODUCE CO. C. O. COGHILL, Manager POULTRY AND EGGS l' Egg Cases aild Supplies start Your Ciiicks Right USE PILHSBURY STAfiTINQ FOOD Old and Reliable—^Established 1911 Corner Sfonrm an^ Elm (Jvist Westjjfthej^Water Tower) (Answers will fonnd on Page 6) order. Refreshments were served to about thirty in attendance. A class of girls of th« Christian church Sunday school Surprised their teacher, Mrs. E. W. Hooper with o grub Tuesday evening. Rook formed the entertainment for the evening, some' twenty members being in attendance. Circle No. 2 of the Ladles' Aid -society of the Methodist church met with the chairman, Mrs. C. C. Strleby, Monday afternoon. New officers were elected as follows: Mrs. W. C. Ajdam.s. president; Mrs. James Gibbs. vice-president: Mrs. C. W. Home. secretary-trea.surcr. The next meeting will be held on Monday, April 3. Louise Thurman, Humboldt, had as her week-end guest Miss Wauden Hiser of Chanute. Lieutenant Hugh Elliott. Olathe. nrmy instructor, attended drill at the Armory here Monday night. Leo Frc(iei:ick, west of Humboldt, who has been quite ill with the flu. is reported to be slightly improved at tliis time. Mr. and Mrs. Kermic Olsen, Humboldt, are the proud parents of twin girls born to them Tuesday morning. March 7. They weighed five and six pounds respectively, and have been named Shirley Ann and Shirlen Lee. Mrs. Clark Richardson. Garnett. part owner of the Garnett Review, has returned home after spending several days here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Rhodes of South Eighth street. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Smith went to Kansas^ City Monday. Mrs. Smith entering the Research hospital for Ireatmehtj Mr. Smith remaining with her. I Mrs. Smith has been ill for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm McNeal, southeast of Humboldt, are the proud parents of a daughter bom 'to them February 28. Marvin Henry of California, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Sadie Lyens, and his sister. Mrs. Ballah, of Humboldt. Otto LaBsnmn has purchased the Carl Dralce residence on Cherokee street, and will with his family take Immediate posscfi&lon of the property. REAL ESTATE TBANSrSBI iVmm th» Offiiis of Tb« lol* Msrch 9. 1933. F, A, Brows and Zvft L, Brown, his wife.'tb LelaW Worta. lot- W. 6f block 78, Citr of Kuinboldt. Ras.. $1. Mar. 8.~MiM Wwenee Pine suent Saturday night In Ida with Miss Marie Fields,' 223 North Second. Clayton f»eclc spent the night Siuiday at the home of Mr. arul Mrs'. M. t. Preston. ' Alto Llrig was a dinner guest Tuesday of his mother, Mrs. Nora Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nethery- and family and Mr. arid Mrs. Htigh Holt and family of lola. visited Siuidky evening at the 3. T. Baiiley honie.' Mrs. Eugene Pisk. Mrs. Miahon Tomson and Mrs. M ; P. preston went to a quilting at the fiome Of Mrs. John Smith Tuesday. Mr: and lylrs. Lloyd Bwdey. Robert and S.: T. Baxley visited Sunday afternoon at Barney ittcCabe's In Carlyle. Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Cloud of lola, were dinner guests Frid&y of Mr. and Mrs. Olen Cloud. Mrs. Mi p. Preston visited Mrs. H. O. I^es Sunday. Mr. arid Mrs. Lk^ Baxley called Tuesday evening at the Marion Tomsbn honie. Mrs. Belle- Fultz. Chas. Hackler. and Mrs. iPloyd McCracken visited Wednesday afternoon at the O. G. Butterfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Alto' Ling and Kenneth arid Bonalld Beatty took dinner Sunday at the phii Carrol nome in lola. Miss Freda Butterfield Is staying in lola this week wUh her sister. Mrs. Roy Hayes. Miss Mildred Preston is spending this ircek in' lola with her grandparents, Mr. Iind Mrs^ J. M. Preston. Mr. H. O. Hayes purchased a house Jn^ Piqua which be'iaoved to the ^ OrpnUey eighty which he'•will ^..—^ , COLONY, Kas.. Mar. 10.—Mrs. J. H. Skourup, aged 72 years, passed away at her home, northeast of Colony, Wednesday night, after an illness of nearly a week. She was very well known in Coldny and .vicinity, haying lived here for many years. Mr. Skourup was at one time president of the Colony state bank. The fiuiieral was held at the home this afternoon at two o'cldck, with the Rev. Parker, of Kansas City, officiating, interment was in : the Colony cemetery. Mrs. Skourup leaves her husband; a ison. Wilbur Skourup of Independence, Mo., Mrs. W. B. Wilson of St. Louis. Mo., Mrs. P. E. •mimoth and Mrs. O. P. Goodell of Colony, and Miss Tena Skour­ up of the home; several grandchildren, other relatives, and a host of friends. All the immediate family was present at the fimeral. Mr. and Mrs. Al Wilmoth. La- Harpe, spent the first of the week visiting his brother, Vem Wilmoth. and family, Lawrence Nolan, who has been suffering with the hiccoughs, is hiuch better, Walter Fees. lola, worked on his gas leases, of Colony, Wednesday. . J6se))h M. Nolan made a business trip to Grldley Thursdaj-. Prosper Wilson, state barber in- .spector from Leavenworth, was in Coldny on business, Wednesday. The national piu-e food and drug insiiector, with headquarters in Kansas City, was in town on business Wednesday. C. T. Hughes. Burlington, was in Colony yesterday. H. J. Syffers. LeRoy. transacted business in Colony., Wednesday, j 1 Mr. Melhuish, Emporia, was in CDl«ay on business Wednesday. Miss Ida Bell Whitacre is in Ottawa visiting relatives. Ed Powers. Paola. was in town on business, Monday. Joe Humbert, Shreveport, La., visited his brother. Otto Humbert and family, Tuesday night while en route to attend a funeral in Missouri. Men-itt Hewlett, east of Colony, was severelj- injured. Wednesday night, when he was thrown from a horse. At present he is at the home of his son, Howard, near Lone Elm. Will Reeve brought a truck load of Red Cross flour from Garnett, I Thursday. Walter Hull's new Farmall 'tractor was delivered to him. yesteirday^ Burton Barron and Glen Williams went to the E. C. Rhodes farm, near lola, yesterday after a mule bought by. Jess Williams. ' A. V. Scott and Steve Dlckerson were business visitors in Garnett yesterday. K. M. Chatterton is suffering with a hndly cut thumb. W. A. Argo left this week, for his farm In Skidmore, Mo. Mr. and Mrs, Olen Ferguson, Klncald, spent Thursday with her father, Francis Mason, • Mr, and Mrs, Vem Wilmoth and son were business visitors In^Iola, Thursday, Don Smith and R. M. MoCauKhcy trnnsncted business In loin yextcr- day, Mr. nnd Mrs. O, W, Schcll wen; business , visitors In Kansas City, Wertnesdny. Vem Smith and C. W. Conlcy attended the show In loin, Tuosdny night. Mrs. McAloon nnd family have moved to the old Corklns farm,, southeast of Cdlony. Mr. and Mi-s. James Starr. Meadow, South Dakota, came Wednesday to visit relatives In Colony, Lone Elm. and Welda. Mrs. Starr is a sister of Mrs. L. O. Nickels, of icolony. Jess Williams will farm the Ad Hord place this year, because of Mr. Herd's physical inability, it Is reported.' Mrs. Stonaker and daughter. Miss Vera Stonaker. of lola. spent Monday vntb. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Denton and family. Burton Barron made a business trip to Chanute Tuesday. Tlie Kensington club met with Mrs. H. R Rhodes. .Wednesday afternoon. After a pleasant afternoon the hostess, assisted by Mrs. 'Wll- .son. served a delitious lunch. The giiests were Mrs. V. J. t*reston. Mrs. Cresenz Owens, Mrs. Ray Garrison, and Miss .Anna Francis. The following members were present: Mrs. B. S. Brooks; Mrs. H; D. Swlckard, Mrs. W. M. Vamer. Mrs. L. T.' Barron. Mrs. H. J. Denton. Mrs. C. M. Chri5aian. Miss Frankle Dysan, Mrs. V/. R. Henderson. Mrs. W. O. Will ^n. Miss Maude Francis, Mrs. L. !B. MiUer of Welda. and the hostess. I Roy Pugh. Emporia, was a busi- I nuss visitor in Oolony. yesterday. "Forty-Second Street," The Yeai^s Grieat Musical Spectacle, Opens at %]ioIa$Afeito4WNightl Rated a.s the most unusual and diverting spcctaculat musica: day run ot the lola Theater Sunday, with an Owl Show several of the 200 gorgeous Hollywood beauties who appear urcs Warner Baxter, Ruby Kceler, Bebe Daniels, George Kibbee and Ned Sparks. show In several years. "42nd Street" opens a 3- Pr^vlew Saturday night at 11:30. Picliu -ed here are h the film In support of a special cast which feat- Br«int, Una Merkel, Dick Powell, Ginger Rogers, Guy Atchison—William O'Neal of St. 1 Joseph. Mo.. wUl hold the tiUe of I captain for the fall and winter sport ' season at St. Benedict's college diu-- ing the ne.xt school year. He was : named captain of the basketball t^m and co-captain of the football team at a dinner in honor of the school's lettermen last night. The other grid captain will be John Seattle of Atchison. O'Neal, a junior, plays half back on the football team ^d gttard on the basketball sqund. NEOSHO VALLEY and UNION i (C. L. Arnold) Mar. 9— United Brethren church, lola ciicuit. L. A. Stone, pastor. Liberty— Sunday school at 10 a. m. Public worship 11 a. m. Lilly— Sunday sciiool 10 a. m. Salem—Sunday school 10 a. m. C. E. 7:30 p. m. and preaching at 8:15 p. m. i The United Brethren district superintendent held a quarterly conference session at Liberty, on lola circuit, which is served by Rev. L. A. Stone, this afterrioon at Liberty church, and there were representatives present from all three preaching points and in the evening the superintendent. Dr. C. V. Priddle will preach again at Liberty. Those easily aroused from slumber have been frecfuently awakened, during the dead hours of the nl^t. recently, by the time marking quack of geese and other' waterfowls in their migratory parajdes to more northern climes.. Mrs. Maud Gay was called to lola from her home at Arlington, Calif., last week by the serious illness of her mother. Mrs. Camer, widow, of the late Cr. W. Camer. At the time Mrs. Gay Arrived Mrs. S. P. Whitlow of Wichita was here helping their sister. Mrs. Miranda Warring, care for the aged mother who is now unconscious, and slowly sinking. Mrs. Emma Cleaver of Neoeho Valley is lending a helping hand in the care of Mrs. Camer. and today (Thursday) Mr. and Mrs. Crane of Pittsburg arc at her bedside. Just as we finished writing the above, word came to us that Mrs. Camer passed awny at 3:50 this afternoon. Tlic wet spell that held on (or two or three days early In i the week has been followed by low^ tempornturcs during the week. It mny bo recalled that the severity of this spell of unpleasant weather doeti not equal a week In March last year. On Saturday, the 6tli, last March the mercury got ns low as 10, and on each succeeding day rounding out a full week was thus: 16. 8, 9, 8, 7. 8, n''' quite so cold. During that cold spell from 4 to 6 dama|ge was done, inter it did consequence had his leg has been us- for a hat strength member soon, (otes. ^ Hicks and [evening with Sunday guests the ground W4s frozen inches, and much but during the entire not. get to zero. Mr. Wimier. who recently moved with his family onto he Schuster fairm. has been in bed with a cold a day or two this weefc. Dewey Stotler who broken 7 or 8 weeks ago, Ing.crutches as a week past, but he hopes may again come to the Neosho Valley Mr. and Mrs. Claytoi^ Gertrude spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sh^ltz . Minnie Mae Roush visited with the Butler girls Saturdfy night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen at the Miller home Mr. McCord has the influenza- Mr. and iMrs. Dewey] Wilberta and Dewey Mrs. Raymond Hayes Hayes were Sunday and Mrs. Ray Peck andj Maewoodean Nulph school Monday. The moved on the place vaj Cornell family. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sunday with Mr. and Hicks and Kenneth. The Clayton Hicks from the l^arks place inson farm the last of D. H. Caddell and went to Kansas City business. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hic{ks neth spent the with Mr. and Mrs. and Gertrude. Dean Hayes, Raymond Hayes and Maynnrd Peck helped |Roy Hayes move Tuesday to lola. Miss Johnnon spci t nlghi^t the/W, R, Lytic PleasAnt Valley district •Mrs, OlenBalcom — to Fort Scott Thursday mother, Mn, Shopshirc Johnson, teacher. Union School Mrs, Ed Osborn eveniM and Halcom called night, sick with Peck an4, A^vin, Mr. and' and Melvin of Mr. famUy. enrolled in Nulphs have :ated by the •Civet spent Mrs. Earl family moved the Hutch- week. C. Butler Wfednesday on the and Ken- Tuesday Clkyton Hicks Tuesdoy homo In sons drove to visit her — Elizabeth Notcii, attended the U. OUT OUR WAY G. C. club Thuralay vhich met with Mrs: Floyd Lorance. The v.oik for the day was quilting. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Osborn and their grandchildren spent SuaiUiy v.ith Mh and Mrs. Floyd Loraiice and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adatri- Jr. announce; the birth of a 9-round baby boy Thursday at 2:30 p. m. to whpm they have given the name. Frances Wayne. Erma and Wilma Creason called to see it Friday evening. Mr. arid Mrs. Ben Adams spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adams and family. Mr. Ross and son Gus \isitod Mr. and Mrs. Denton and children Sunday morning. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Talbert of lola visited with them. Mrs. Gardner spent .Si'turday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Winner and children. Mr. and Mrs. George Potter and children visited Mr. and Mrs. John Fontaine and children Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuster and Bobby visited Mr. and Mr.s. Gcoige Potter and children Sunday evening. The school chUdren are taking their last bi-monthly examinations this week.—Teacher and scholars. San Angelo, Tex.—Jimmy Mattehi, who forsook ambitions to become a cowboy when he went to piloting, has made another forced landing. This time It was beside a corral fence, A Texas steer, the visiting trans-Atlantic filer decided to la,sso, boosted lilm over the barrier. Mnt- tern nurfcd a sprained shoulder and back today. Rockford, 111,—Tljose deep cavities that require gold ftlllngH In teeth can't bo filled with- the precious metul Just now, Rockford dentists reported, because of tho money situation. Dental snlcsmcn Informed tho dentists no gold wax available. So patient's must be patient with temporary fillings for n while. ALU V -Tt-iEM oen »4 SPVOM LS ON By Williams ^40 ,-r »4AT \ WA<5M' »T. ^ PLACE USED To ee. AM" TvAAT WA<=. T»-^' , OF T»^EM FROM iT ^AM' IT \ TOOV< A ^ -To LtT OP THAT <^[. LOCAL PRODUCE liggs, firsts <i.. .Jic Eggs, seconds 7c Eggs, thirds 5c Eggs, ungraded 8c Hens, No. 1 6c Hens, NO. 2 ; 4c No. 1 Springs, I'.i lbs. up 5c No. 2 Springs! 3c Butterfat, lb. ijcv Cocks 3c Geeee, lb 3c Gulxteas, each 10c White Ducki lb. 4c Colored Ducks, lb 3o Hides, per lb Ic Mixed Cora, bu ..15c Yellow Com, bu. ..; ..15c Wheat, bu. ,...28c Kafir Cora ........Wc Kansas Cityj Produce. Kansas City. Mo.;! Mar. lo. (AP)— Creamery butter 22c. Butterfat 10- 14c. Other produce! unchanged. Kansas Ci<y Ha>. Kan«is- City, Mar. 10. (APi— JJo hay market today. Approximately 900 members took advantage of the Mickey Mouse cldb party held at the lola theater last Saturday afternoon to see the first chapter of the new serial, "Claricy of the Mounted." At tomorrow".-) meeting John Wayne with "Duke." the. miracle 'norse. will be featured on the screen in a picture entitled "The Telegraph Trail." Another of the four ssar Western pictures produced by Warner Bros. Chapter 2 of "Clancy of the Mounted." A Silly Symphony. "Autumn" and "Strange As It Seems." Here are the numbers ' for this week: 7. 98, 324, 504 and 131. Five more will be on display at the box office. New officers were elected at l:he last meeting, and will Assume their active tenure next Saturday: Mickey Mouse. Harold Oliver. Minnie Mouse, Carol'Beth Newman. Song Leader. Mary Lou Johes. Cheer Leader, Stanley Crawford. Color Bearer. Jack Shoemaker. Sergeant-at-Arms. Elzada Oliver. Courier. Jack Kelley. SKYROCKET Mar. 8.—^Esther' Blgelow spent Tuesday night with Gladys Ludliim. Mrs. Charles Alderman visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ora Ard. Bill Daniels spent Sunday'aft'er- noon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baum '.are spending tills week at Charles derman's. Paul Stlnson stayed over the weekend with M. L. Klrby's west of Humboldt. We are having no telephone service ' due to the heavy snowstoi-m Monday. Harve Ludlum nnd Raymond Connatt called on .C. L. Alderman Monday. Mr, StlMon hoft been quite sick the iMst week. Mrs. Charles Alderman wns in Elsmoi'o several days last week helping care for her invalid mother. , SWAPPER'S COLUMN BALED PRAIRIE HAY—For catUe, grain or hedge post^. S. W. Liist. Phone 662. LaHarpe. ANNOUNCEMENTS strayed, Loei, Found 510.00 REWARD — (No questions asked) for the return of. or information leading to the recovery, of the 4-edged French bayonet taken from, the lola Theatre about February 20. valued by me as a war relic found near Verdun. Iver Fowler. 1103 N. Jefferson. Phone 1170. AUTOMOTIVE Antomobiles For Sale SALES ^^Se Plymouth Dependable Used Cars and Trucks ELLIS MOTOR COi Phone 3 01 Cash—Trade—Terms THE CHEVROLET DEALER HAS THE BEST USED CAB •VALUES IN TOWN 1929 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery 1930 Chevrolet Coupe 1927 Chrysler Roadster 1929 Dodge Six Coupe 1927 Dodge Sedan 1929 Dodge Sedan 1928 Essex Coach 1929 Essex Coupe 1929 Ford Trucks (2) 1930 Ford Sport Roadster 1931 Ford Sport Coupe 1931 Ford Coach 1930 Ford Sedan 1931 Ford Victoria Coupe, 5 -p^. 1928 Nash Coupe Plenty of Other Bargalna 00 WHITB MOTOR OQ: PLYMOUTH STILL SETS THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY CONVERSATION won't supply- Hydraulic Brakes Floating Power Steel Bodies, or it, Oilite Springs Compare values carefully and GET THE MOST YOU CAN for your money. See us. ROSS AR6UCKLE GARAGE CHRYSLEE-PLYMOUTH Sales—Service—Parts AUTOMOTIVE Antomobiles For Sale PONTIAC-BUICK Sales and Service Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. .Tefferson Phone 80 6 Anto Accessories, Tires, Parta TEXAC6~PRODUCTS"—~ Goodrich Tires. Cash paid for used cars. Logan Reynolds, 307 West Street. Wholesale GAS. per gal., 5Vic Federal Tax Paid. $0.50 per 100 gal, (Not the Cheap 3rd Grade Gasoline) VINE OIL 3c OAS CO. LIVE STOCK 21 Horses, Cattle, Vehicles COWS — Just fresh, and cows to freshen .soon. J. C. Butcher, West Street road. TEAM—Mare. 1 mule for .sale. J. L. Black. South Kentucky street road. 22 Ponltry and Supplies' CUSTOM HATCHING—$3.50 per case; less than case lots. Ic per egg; chicks. 4'-iC and up. Taylor's Hatchery and Produce, 201 South Jeffei-soQ, lola. Kas. CUSTOM HATCHING—$3.50 per case. Smith elec. incubation. Sets Mon. and Thurs. Started chicks, 6c up. Day old, 4',-jC up. Sunflower Hatchery, Gas City. BABY CHICKS 100% from flocks blood tested and certified by Judge Harris, ! poultry expert. Ask about our • 90% guaranteeon Custom ' Hatching. , All heavy breeds .; 5M;C Ass't Heavies 5c Custom Hatching l%c or $5 case WILLSON FARM HATCHERIES (Formerly Cantrell) 2 miles south on 73W or L. E. Steele Supply Co. '•falk Chicks with Willson" CUSTOM HATCH—Ic In Moderii Buckeyes, set ea. Mon. Have piu*- bred blood tested chicks. Leg. V.ic, big breeds 5c, assorted 4c. Rus- seU Hatchgry,_Gas. Phone 955-3. 23 Wanted—Lhre Stock $500 FIRST MORTGAGE —Trade for cattle br sheep. Allen County Investjnent_Co.^ola phone 901. MERCHANDISE 27 Feed, Fuel, FertlUzers VOUa CHECK—Will be accepted at Brownie's for Sced.i, Feed.s, nnd : Produce.-- Ilouiebold Good* COAL, WOOD, iind MiiH rnngcfl, new and u.ied, Knuv irrmn. We trade. Ourlls'H, 10 North Wnwhlngton, NEW AND USED Furniture. Store packed. Heunlngor's • Furtilturo Store, West Mndteon street. SIX SLIGHTLY'u;<i'd pianos. Cheap at easy terms.' W. H. Wood Pine Furniture, 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190. 29 Machinery and Tools 1933 IS A BARGAIN YEAR 6-knife Stalk Cutter .$25.00 J. I. Case 1-row Riding Lister $36.75 I^- Farm Bi-eeching Harness. .$37.75 4 or 6 £h. Riding Cultivator.. .128.50 6 lid cast coal and wood Range fn .OO J. I. Case Hi-Lift Sulky Plow $48.00 Prices in keeping with the Times SHANNON & SHANNON HDW. West Side Square, lola 1 USED 4-shovel New Century cultivator, like new, $25. Allen County Implement Co. ; 31 Seeds, Plants, Flowers KANOTA SEED OATS-T15 C per bu. R. L. Works. Humboldt, Kas. 32 Wanted— T O Buy ONE SMALL power bench saw. Phone 109. Real Estate For Rent 36 Farms and Land For Bent 80-ACRE FARM —For rent. Bar- telde's fine garden seed. L. E. Steele Supply Co., No. Side Square. • Phone 80. 37 Houses For Bent FOR RENT— Houses, good location. Bee G. E ; Pfei. ROOMING HOUSE— 210 East Street; also furnished apartments. 214 East Jackson. V. C. Archer. Real Estate For Sale 43 To E«change—Beal Estate TWO STORY—Strictly modem, . close in, choice location, two lots, garage, clear. WUl trade for farm ur Bankers' Mortgage Co. bonds. M, W. Cave, Topeka, Kas.

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