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lOLA, KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY ^REGISTER. SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 11, 1933. PAGE THREE Mrs. H. P. Skinner is recovering :troni a severe attack of influenza. , f^erl V. Lanning malde a business trip to Yates Center Friday after- moon. —A Lady assistant tliat is truly competent. Sleeper Moi-tuary. ' Mary Ellen Stodler of lola ha.s M'ecently been elected to membership - in Pi Lambda Theta, honoraiy or- nanlzulion for uonicn at tlie Uni- yerslty of Kansas. THKY'UE lUiLICIOUS! Fairmont's Milk, Cream. Cot: taRo Cheesc.'and Dairy Prod- nets are i)ure. nutritious and : tasty. Made in lolft by •• Fairmont Creamery Co. P h 0 n e 9 I Twelve membeis attended the .Jucelins of tlie Southside Bible • i.'lass yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. O. Kern.s. Mrs. Ua Watson had charge of tbe lesson. .'Hie meeting nctxt Friday afternoon H-lll be ,in the home of Mrs. S?rah I King, 715 South street. • " ' ' KLG BARGAINS! ' —Heavy gr;^de 9x12 American .Oriental ruqs. guaranteed to give : extra long service. Only S27.00. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. ! Mr., and Mrs. Ga.ston Fontaine and family and Mr. "and Mrs. Her- .^Gliel Redfern and family were siaiests last evening or Mr, and Mrs. L. Strawdcrman and family. THE NEWFANGLES (Mojn'n Pop) 'Ci^y •BEAN ' FMLED TO BSTMG EVCM mAs Vi?.iTl!4a STAY is Bv Cowan W£ COOKED Up A. UTTUt piRE FOR THREE .DAYS- beans l» Any Suit, Dress (ir Overcoat' Cleaned and Pressed ABLESON CXEA.VERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired W HEN WAS THE FiRSr U.S. CENSUS mtu W HAT ANIMAL IS THIS? W 'tiWZE IS TilE GGAT OF THE WORLD COUC.T V "A 3 : I (Answers will be fonnd M» Page 4) • Miss BeuJali Shockey will arrive this evening from Stillwater, Okla., to visit her jjarcnts Mr. and. Mrs. Grant Sliockey over the week end. —Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. Office over Browns Driig Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Robertson will siiend Sund.Tv at Hallowell :us guests of Mr. and Mr^, R.iy Moore. sriTS—C'OAT.S—DRESSES Cleanici and Pn'!»sed ;!(),.. .Ml Work Gunrnniccd : (TT RATE CLEANERS riuine "Ct • 100 W.-.'-l St. Op||). p. o. Mr. and Mr.;. V. O. |Ru.ssell of Cartlesvllle. Okhi . will arrive this .'vening bo; wiMi:-ei;d' gue.sls ol Mr. Ru.>;:-cirK brolliiT C. E: Ru.s.scll ;ind family and otiier relalive.s. .. —Mr. Lchiiuin is moving his club room and barlxT shop to West-Mad- i.son under il;e I. O. O. F. hall and invites his ok{ frirp.ds and cu.stom- ers to come in. ;n.so i.s putting in a new siiooker-table. Ho'.Vard Leavitt was in P'ittsburg yesterday on business. ' Mrs. J. C. Shelton has returaed to her home in Kansas City after a week'jS visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. I. Sifers and her family. SUNDAY MENU Fruit Cocktail Roast Chicken with Dressing Boiled Beef with Dumplings Pear Salad Sugar Peas Cole Slaw Hot Biscuits Baked Potatoes Lemon Chiffon Pie —25t and 35c— Uleck's I I'OLLY ANN CAFE 11 a. m.—8 p. m. 1 Blrs, A. E. Ruiisell returned ; Thursday niglit from D9i)ue, 111., where .'.lie has been visiting her daughter Mrs. William lic.vlmun I and her' family the past four ! nionlh.«. ' IIOOSIER CABINETS i —Genuine Hoosier cabinets, regular $45.0 values for S20.00. pearl j grey finish only. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. j • Lola Jean and Elva Lynn Slraw.- derman went to HumSoldt ycster- Mr. aiid MJV.. .\. A. .Mo'sher and ; day to l>e week-end guests of their •their daughter Mi.ss Dorothy wi'l , uncle and aunt. Mr. und Mrs. Guy spend Siaiday wit li Mr. and Mrs. ; Bales. Glenn Freeman in Parsons. Mr. j — '.Freeman is. a son of Mr. ^and Mrs., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thompson Mosher. _ ' aifff their .son Clyde Jr.. left this — 'I m.orning for Wichita called by the ; illness of Earl Rosebush.' Mr. Rose- I bush is a brother-in-law of Mr, and j Mrs._ Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. C. Earl Williams entortnlncd G, H. Soellmef of Ft. Scott Wednesday night. Mi;. Soell- mer is second district manager for the State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance company. —Milford C. Langley stands for Economy and Lower Utility Rates. Resident of Ipla 37 years. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thormanf. had as their guests Friday afternoon Mrs. Miles Weatherman and he!r daughter Doris, and Mrs. Jennie Tippie and her daughters. Alpha and Opal. Old-Fashioned Pie Supper For Friends and Members Monday night, March 13 Ladies- Bririg. Pies V. F. W. and Auxiliary V. F. W. room at Memorial Hall Mr. and.Mrs. W. S. Campbell and their son Gary Gene will leave tonight for Port Scott where ftiey will be week-end guests of Mr. GampbcU's brother Charles Campbell, and Mrs. Campbell. Ed Hunter of Parsons visited Friday afternoon with his father, J. E. Hunter, and his sister' Mrs. W. E. Dulinsky and her family. —Stop those dripping faucets with Drip Proof Washers. lola Plumbing Co. Phone 1175. Muss Mary Dean Brainard of Carlyle was an over-night guest Thursday night of Miss Marjorie Schwardt. —Efficiency with ab.soKite integrity. Waugh Fuiieral Home. Gordon Pendarvis went to.Topeka Friday afternoon to spend the weekend with friends. MLss Miiiy Ellen Stadler. a student at the University of Kansas, is spending the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Stadler. 3IONDAY SPECI.ALS Mayonnaise or Spread, qt. jar 25c Poa'st Toasties. large pkg. ... 10c Mothers Oats. Ig. pkg 20c Puritan Lard, per lb 6c Fryers Best Coffee, lb 24c FRYER BROS. GROCERY WHY I'AY :\I()RE'.> W'v sell FrtuUlcss Electric Washers for S;!9.93 and !;u:iranice them for ten years. Two RoM-a-Tubs given "Free." .S5 down, SI week. Tryoul. \V. H. WOOD FINE FI:RNITURE ?jyi >. .leff. Phone 190 • C. Earl Wiliuims ailhidcd a State' "FarmMutiial Insurance company i meeting Thursday at Par.sons. —You know and I know, and ev- crvbody sb.ould knov,- Antrim has Wall Pnper niodrrately low priced, iit 219 North Jefferson. Mrs. George CS-ird. daughter-in- laW of Mi", and Mrs. G. R. Card, who ii!Kiei"V(-nl a .seiious operation • about ten da.vs ayo cat St. Margaret's ho.s!.';!:'! in Kansas City. Kas., is irturh lini)roved according to word received this morning. BUSINESS AS USUAL .Any Dress, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed • ——35c ' .SPOTLESS CLEANERS Phone 797 • 111 W. Mad. C. R. Morau Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Riggs and their daughter Alberta Louise returned Thursday to their home in Wichita after a short visit with Mrs. Riggs's parents Mr. and Mrs. Rav V/illhelm. E. E. Harrison relumed yesterday fram a two-day business trip to Fort Scott, Nevada, Mo., Pittsburg, and Parsons. SELF .-SERVICE MARKET Boil Beef \ 5e Salmon, Frcsli ..20c Roast Beef, 8r and 7r : Hamburger, 4 lbs 25r SAusage. 4 llis 23c Kraui, 6 Ihs. .• 2.5c Bacon, Sliced. 2 ll)s 25c Mtijor T. F. Limbficker relurned Tliursday from a t\m-day ollicial visit in Paola and Pleasanton. . Mrs. G. M. SluTIey. Avho has licen ill the past' two weeks. Is now able • to be out of bed :ind about the house a while each day. DO YOl' BELJEVt —In ii program of economy and • i;i.fficiency for the taxpayer and user of Utilities? A record of construc- " live work, of six years as a city official? That, city business-should not he just a side line to another business? That duties of City Engineer and Sunt, of Utilties should be combined, needing only one. instead of two? That two of the Board.should not employ a man to iiead another's clepartment? Ym-.r vote for Com- inissioncr of Finance will be appreciated by, R. I, MATHER. The- Colony Free Press comes out this week under new management. Hervey Bell, business manager, and Anna Belle Ewen editor; in chief. Hervey Bell, who formerly lived in • Colony and was part owner of the' short-lived Colony SOn. is at pres- i ent living in Tonganoxie.; but ex- j • pects to return to Colony; lir a few I w-eeks. In the mean'imo'the. Free i , Press is under the direction of Miss ' Ewen whom the Regis'ter welcomes; I 'and wislies.much Suci>ess. . i MENU FOR SUNDAY Choice of Stowed Chicken, Noodles Chicken a la King Swiss Steak, Natural Fried Chicken Mash(!d Potatoes ' Carrots and Petis Shrimp Salad Creamed Cauliflower Woodford Pudding —r-30c KOZY KOVE Mrs. Willard Slocum and her daughter Miriam Charlene, who have been guests of Mrs. Slocums I parents. Superintendent and Mrs. A. M. Thoroman the past few days, returned today to their home ' in Wichita. Mrs. Thorotoan aedomp- anied them home for a week-end visit ixfore going to Clinton. Okla. to be with her mother Mrs. S. L. Jones, wh'o is quite ill. Mrs. Slocum and Miriam Charlene also will go to ©iinton. guaranteed Chip-Proof StaShless Enameln-arc Boils dry without harm—lemon : jice test licked at last. Soap and water will remove discoloration— ; always — easily — completely. : Think of the time saved—clean: ing. The most durable utensil : ever built. Has beauty aYid con: venience never before attempted : in kitchen ware. SHANNON HARDWARE Phone 29 ' HOKlZOXTAL 1 Aliment or food. 6 Japan's minister of war. 12 LiviiiK in tlie country. I,'; Dandies. 15 To enliven. 17 Sinister. 19 Cover. 20 A hare in its first year. 22 and con? 2o Incrustation on a sore. 42 Couilition of 2.0 A woman wlio atmosphere. sings sweetly. ^4 prophet. 2C Earthy matter. ioWxnd 27 Shafts sunk to instrument. obtain oil. 47 Male 23 To bow. ancestors. .1i> Cuplike spoon. ^•'^ Proffered. 31 Caterpillar Confines. hair. 51 Rule. 33 Queen oC the heaven. :ii Right (aljhr.). .•16 City. 3.S Braided. 39 Either. Aii .swcT tc) Previou.s l *uz-/.h' Ds aE3!_D_ai!3® sa jn^iii'Si aum^ siws® iQaoiia i3on@a snm m iicsa ian^ mma s Eisii?3r:!;^i2 :iire ![3r;?sini'^5igi \ERTICAL 1 Nuptial festivals. 2 Queer. 3 Verlial. 4 Husbands or wives. 5 Young fish. 6 Loved exceedingly. 7 Cud of a ruminant. S Entrance. 9 To recognize as heir, 10 Order of crustaceans. 52 Acts as a model. ."3 Promontories, 55 Healthier in mind. 56 Desiccative. 40 Three (prefix). 57 Edible fungus. 11 Author of the ^5 S 'herefore! "Forsyte • Saga." 14 Equalities of; elevations. 16 Fastidious. 15 Russian mountains. 21 God of love. 1 Internal decay ' In fruit; 25 A fat. ;8To pack away. 30.T0 ogle. 32 Inspires reverential fear. 33 Colors. 35 Company. 37 Spike. 3STo masticate. 39 Not younger. 41 Annoyed. 43 Shallow receptacle foi- carrying articles. 44 !.\rtist's frame. 46 Close. 4Sps.: 50 [Type of isnowshoe. 52 jEstlm'ated perfect golf score. 54 Southeast. Funeral Services Held in Methodist ! Church for Mrs. LUIie Mc- Culloush Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Waco Greathouse and their son Jen-y Robert moved to 509 North Kentucky 'Thursday from a farm located southeast of town. Jiiss Elma Olsen is spending the week-end with her brother. Kcrmit Olsen and his family, in Humboldt. MONT McKINNEY GROCERY & MARKET Wonder Coffee, vacuum packed. .25c Super Suds. 3 pkgs. for 25c Gooseberries, No. 10 can 45c Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour. 3':;-lb.' bag 23c Puffed Wheat, per pkg. 10c FREE DELIVERY' 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 Mrs. H. T. Tliolen received a telephone message this morning informing her that Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Miller and their sons Richard and J^ck. residents of Los Angeles, Calif., were not injured' during the carth-« quake there last night. Mrs. Miller is a sistei- of Mrs. Tholen and of Mrs. E. E. Han-ison. The Miller family formerly lived in lola. NEW SHIPMENT -Table Top Gas Ranges. Very latest at rock bottom prices. Terms. Trade in old at Curtis Furniture. Phone 772. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Taylor, Mrs. J. K. Layle. and Harlan Taylor were in Kansas City Mday on business. Mrs. Elsie Sinclair of Humboldt visited Friday morning witli Mrs. S. E. Smith and her family. GOOD USED TIRES Wc have a lot of good used tires in vfnious sizes, traded in on new Generals. Pi-iced right and. with terms, SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff. Phone 80 Mrs. Flora L. Ricketts. who lives in East Lawn addition, has as her guests for, the week-end the Rev. and Mrs. Haixy E. Crane of Mulberry. The Rev. Mr. Crane was piastor of a church in LaHarpe 19 years ago. He will deliver a sermon tomorrow morning at the First Methoidist church there. Mi-s. J. L. Wilson who has spenlt the past week. with. her daughter, MJ-S. Zelby Taylor arid Mr. Taylor, will return Sunday evening to her home in Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Atkinson and their daughter Gwendolyn. Miss Elsie Wilson and Duane Lewis of Topeka will drive here after her tomon-ow. Mrs. Atkinson and Miss Wilson also^are daughters of Mrs. Wilson. ' NEOSHO FALLS, Mar. 9.—Owing to the rain the attendance at church services at the M. E. church showed a marked decrease Sunday. Our pastor gave the morning sermon and the evening seryice was led by the Endeavor league as previously planned. Owing to the postponement of conference our pastor was; present and assisted in the meeling. Funeral rites for Mrs. LilUe Alyea McGullough were conducted at the M.' E. church, Neosho Falls, Tuesday iaftemoon at 2:30 by her pastor, the Rev. C. M. Orr. Music was given by life long friends of hers, Mesdames Gladys Leedy and Dora Shewell, and Messrs. Gene Leedy and Herbert Tidd. The church was filled with sorrow^ing friends who had known her but to love her and wlio followed the body to Cedarvale where it was placed by the side of her husband who preceded her about three months ago. Mrs. Mc- CiiUough's death occurred at her home west of town where she was ill, but a short time with pneumonia. Of her immediate family two sons Errol and Alex of Neosho Falls, and six grandchildren survive her, one brother who lives in Arkansas who was too ill to attend the ftmeral, also one steiJ -daughter who lives in Kansas City. Mrs. Mc­ Gullough had lived in the community near Neosho Falls most of the yqars of her married life and had endeared herself to many by her Christian life of unselfishness and love for thaso about her. She was a member of the M. E. church and the Loyal Workers Sunday school cla.ss and always i)ut worthwhile things first. Her memory will be cherished not only by those of lior home circle where she resigiied a.s queen but among her circle of friends which surrounded her. In- hoped the river's course may be shortened and changed, preventing the washing of the bank in inter- ferende with the road, and in the preservation of several acres of vcrv' fertile: land. State surveyors are in charge and it is hoped much good may result. Mrs. Glen Finney entertained members of her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Jack Tidd has been quite ill for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Harper of Pinckneyville, 111., were guests this week of their daughter Miss Ruth Harper who has been quite ill for several weeks. Miss Harper is teacher in our school here but because of her illness Miss Bailey of Hiunboldt is teaching in her place, Dan Keith who recently underwent an operation for cataract on his eye is improving but still), suffers considerably. His niece is here at present helping care for hhn. C. H. Ryan, Girard, was a,-business visitor here Friday. Many gardens have been plowed and preparations are behig made for garden making. The early spring flowers are in blooni. Everybody is happier than he was yesterday. LOCAL PRODUCE liggs. firsts ac Eggs, seconds 7c Eggs, thirds 5c Eggs, ungraded 7c Hcnf, No. 1 Cc Hens. No. 2 4c No. 1 Springs. I'j lbs. uii ; ^.5e SmJL S6T8 THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY CONVERSATION won't supply- Hydraulic Brakes : Floating:; I'ower Steel Bodies, or Qilite Springs Compare value.s careful. ly and GET THE MOST YOU CAN for your money. See us. ROSS ARBUCEE GARAGE CHBT5LER-PLiMOUTH Sales—Service—Farts AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Sale BALES ^^^^^ sE^icE Plymouth Dependable Used Cars and Truckfl ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone 3Oi Cash—Trade—Terms PONTIAC - BUICK Sales and Service Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jefferson Phone 80 6: Anto Accessories, Tires, Parts Regular GAS—Wholesale—5':; c Federal Tax Paid—40 gal. $2.60 VINE OIL & GAS CO. Slate and Lincoln Sts,. lola No. 2 Springs ... Btitterfat, lb. . Cocks Gee.sc, lb Guineas, each — White Ducks, lb. . Colored Ducks, lb. Hides, per ih. Mi.vcd Corn, bu. .. terested in life, happy in the .service lY?;""^^' 9 °r"- • of the King, an.xious to help make! ""I'l^' °M- •••••• the world better, not having reached i^^aiir Corn the three score and ten years,- it ' -—~ seemed she had many years more ijere. but quickly and unexpectedly she was called to higher service. Sympathy in full measure goes to ; her loved ones bereft. [ Mr. Henry Saferite who lives west • j of town is quite ill. Mrs. Mary Crane is-improving and ! is able to walk about the house. 3c 12c 3c. 3c . ,.,.10c 4c .3c Ic 15c 15c 28c 13c Kansiis City Produce. Kansas City. March 11. (APi — Produce unchanged. .• Kansas City Livestock. Ki .nsas City. Mar. 11. lAP) —lU. S. Dept. Agi-.i—Hogs: 2.200; receipts mostly direct;,limited sales to packers ,15-25 higher than Thursday's CRESCENT VALLEY Mar. 7.—Farmers were busy last week sowing oats and the rain and snow Monday will help the wheat and make some stock water. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perkins, Buster and Bob Philster visited Simday at the Charles Bair home. George Bamby was In this locality assessing Monday and ate dinner at the J. P. WUlhite home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bale and Miss Verdie visited at the R. V. Bale home Sunday alterpoon. Mr. aiid Mrs.^ J. W. Endlcott visited at the V. L'. Palmer home Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Nourse. Mound Valley district, called at .the Frank Doty and J. W. Endicott home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Guy Bale and Miss Verdie, Mrs. Harold Grizzell and Mrs. Otto -—••—r—r-. . . . 1 is aoie 10 wans, auuui- me iiuusc. ; „ood to choice 170-250 lbs • iFeine called on Mrs. A. C. Geffert j she very much enjoys visiting ""ith 1 ^3 gl^^: ^ ^375. ^^.^ 53 Ot,} hcr many friends who are pleased to | ' ' Mrs. Cora Burns lis visiting in lola | call on her, this week. i ; C. A. Gordon is quite ill and corn- Mrs. Frank Doty and Mrs. Mil-' Pf^l't'd to stay in his room tor dred Newton visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fern Doty and sons of Neal. Misses PhylUs an4 Voylia O'Brien visited Misses Pauline and Maxine Bair Saturday afterhoon. i period of rest. Topeka—E.xpressirig the opinion \mhHc utility compa,nles should dis- lej'itrd their penalties for delhiquent payment of bills and extend discount periods, imdeir present banking conditions. Chairman J, 'W. Green'eaf of the Kajnsas Public Serr- vice commission saljd yesterday the reeulatorj' body gaye express authority to charge rates different from these specified in schedules In event of emergencies. Cattle 200; calves 350; for the l.week: Fed .steers and yearlings imo.stly steady; week's jearly upturn j of 15 "to mostly 50 erased; light mix- The music program under the di- ed yearlings and she stock strong rection of Mrs. L. L. Thrall given at the M. E. church Friday evening was well rendered and much appreciated. Many were detained at home on account of sickness but a good crowd was in attendance. Mr. Fades of Yates Center was a business visitor here Tuesday. John Meyers will celebrate birthday Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Turner of Chanutc and Mrs. Lamon of East loin were guests of Mrs. Miller Thursday afternoon. A survey is being made of the river valley here by which it is to 25 higher; Vealers and killing calves fully 50 higher; stocker and feeder trade practically at .a .standstill. Week's tops: Long yeariing steers $5.75: heavy steers $5.40; yearUng heifers $5.50; bulk fed steers S4.00-5.25; bulk fed heifers good to choice vealei-s : $3.75-4.75; ; $5.50-7.00. Sheep, none; for the week; Early advance lost; kilUng classed stead-; with previous -week's close: Early top fed Iambs $5.60; closing' top S.'i.lS; late bulk $4.85-5.15; clbsing top slaiighter ewes $2.60. OUT OUE WAY By Williams SMEAWIKI' OOr To A 0\RT-Y COAU HOO&E. AM' ROOST(M' OKJ A OF COA\.^V\AV-F F«OZH To DEATH , VsnTH Tv4' . FEAR OF Gt-rrW CAOGTHT AKi PlRED Fe.R LOAFlM AM' BREAKIM -XA' MO ^MOWIV4' Roi-e - ALL THAT M^^CRS', auST FER A FEW PoFfS 0 »s\ A C»GA«E.T — ANmene -'^s T^' SEMSE IM THAT? WOO OTTA: ee ABL^ 'lo txP».A\v-i , THAT — X've 'SEH.M Moo -S-n^MO.M, MAUF FRoze, VM A L!>iF. BV.OCK' \JOMCr,lM FRCNir CF A ,^ MOV»e , : VNIT TT-\' FEAR OF MOT CitTTM A eCAT >AjHe.Ki WOO OO Gn" IM — AUV. THAT Mi-oERW, C!liST To SEE A MOv/*E . vNi-W —1- vjV-\ — Bombay—An old man. accustomed to bargaining for all l?is purcliases in the Oriental manner, wanted to come from his native village to Bombay by railway. So he sat on the station four days and nights, and bargained with the station-master for a chieap fare. The station-master was obdurate. Tire old man went back to his village, rideless. . You probably have something you want to sell'and th^best way to let the people know about It is through Beglster Classified Ads. SWAPPER'S COLUMN I BALED PRAIRIE HAY—For cattle, grain or hedge posts. S. W. Lust. I Phone 662, LaHarpe. ELECTRIC BROODER—DLsc harrow, mowing-machine, to swap for calves. B. T. Barber, 207 North .street. ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions COMMUNITY SALE—Every Wednesday at J. C. Butcher's Sale barn. Col. Smock,- Auctioneer. Personals MATERNITY AND ADOPTIONS— Seclusion for unfortunate girls. Expense reduced by wdrking. Address: FalrmoUnt Hospital, 4909 East 27th. Kansas City, Missouri. 3 Strayed, Lost, Fonnd I LOST—Bottom part of green and blacki Sheaffer fountam pen. bei tweeh Garfield school and South Chestnut. Reward. Phone 580. •^•:r-, u. s. PAT. orr. - f NEA SERVICE. INC. "OM , Tv -\ATi'P \FFEP>E»AT SMALL BROWN SATCHEL—Lost, containing school booKs and soiled clothes. Call Chanute 1346 co;iect. Eleward. TEXACO PRODliTCTS — Goodrich Tires. Cash paid for iised cars. ^ Jjggq!^ jgoljs JjOTJWcstJStrcct. LIVESTOCK 21 Horses, Cuitit, Vehicles TEAM—Mare. 1 mule for sale. J. L. Black. South Kentucky street road. 2. YOUNG MARES—Fa.st 3 years , old. v.t. 1400; prairie and alfalfa h:iy. and kafir corn. C. H. Baker, 6'- miles southwest of lola. 22 Poultry and Supplies CUSTOM HATCHING— $3.50 per c.T-se; le.ss than case lots. Ic per egg; chicks, 4 '1-c and up. Taylor's Hatchery and Produce, 201 South Jefferson, lola, Kas. CUSTOM HATCHING— $3.50 per case. Smith elec. incubation. Sets Mon. and Thurs. Started chicks, - 6c up. D^y old, 4'tic up. Sunflower Hatchery. Gas City. BABY CHICKS 100% from flocks blood tested : and certified by Judge Harris, poulti-y expert. Ask about .our 90% guarantee on Custom Hatching. All heavy breeds 5',ic Ass't Heavies 5c Custom Hatching l%c ox $5 case WILLSON FARM HATCHERIES (Formerly Cantrell) 2 miles south on 73W or L. E. Steele Supply Co. '•Talk Chicks with Willson" CUSTOM HATCH—Ic in Modern Buckeyes, set ea. Mon. Have pure' bred blood tested chicks. X^g. i'/sc, big breeds 5c, assorted 4c. Bussell Hatchcry.Gas. Phone_955-3. 23 Wanted—Live Stock $500 FIRST MORTGAGE — Trade for cattle or sheep. Allen County Investment Co. lola phone_901. MERCHANDISE 27 Feed, Fuel; Fertilliers yOUR CHECK—Will be accepted at Brownie's for Seeds, Feeds, and 1 Produce. Honsebold Goods GOAL, W06D," and gas ranges; new and used. Easy terms. We trade. • Curtis's, 10 'Nbrtli Washington. NEW AND USED Furniture. Store • iiacked. Hennmger's FurnitiU'c Store, West Madison street. SIX SLIGHTLY used pianos. Cheap at easy terms. W. H. Wood Fine . Furniture, 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190. 31 Seeds, Plants, Flowers KANOTA SEED OATS—15c per bu. R. L. Works. Humboldt, Kas. Real Estate For Rent SG Farms and Land For Rent 80-ACRE FARM —For rent. Bar- telde's fine garden seed. L. E. Steele Supply.Co., No. Side Square. • "Phone 80. 200 -ACRE FARM—Half cultivation, balance pasture, fair buildings; lola Land Co. : U7 Houses For Eent FOR RENT—Houses, good location. See G. E. Peps. ROOMING HOUSE— 210 Eaststree't; also furnished apartments. 214 East Jackson. V. C. Archer. 42" STREFT j!gw?'' . ,fa 'M si 0.! - H-- E SMITH - • " t4i |INQ CROSBY italh; :;.r ,:ut iiiJ

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