Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 18, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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' lOLA, KANSAS THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 18,.1933. PAGfi THREE 1 John Bergman, proprietor; of the South Street cnfe, was able to re' /urn to his work this afternoon after , felng confined to his bed with In. fluenzaj the past two weeks. —Time in on 1175 for Plumbing and Repair fWork, tola Plumbing Co. ; Mrs. E. B. Bayles and her chil- . dren Spencer and IJCWIS arrived last night from Lawrence to be week•; end guests of Mrs. Bayles's parents j Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Spencer. JUST RECEIVED ^ A shipment of Gold Seal Con- ffoleum ftugs. Attractive : patterns at— 55.75 We C^n't Be Uadersold! ' W. H. WOOD FINE RJENITURE 202 S. Wash. Phone 190 Fred Litwin arrived last night from the Independence junior col- ; lege to spend the week-end with : his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Lltwln. —Certified Midland Yellow Dent • Seed Com; S1.25 per bu. R. C. Mci ; Kinney Feed Store. Opp. p. O. Mr. and Mrs. G.;E. Anderson, 918 • East street, returned last night from ; a two-day visit with their son D. E. Anderson and his family, who live east of Savonburg. ; ^ SELF SERVICE MARKET '•, liccl to Roast, 8c and 7c ; i/'Beef to;Boil 5c ' ; Hamburger! 4 lbs. for 25c V " Sausage, 4 lbs. for 25c • ' Steak ..I2'.Gc Bacon, sliced. 2 lbs. .. ....25c • ' Cheese 12'-c Mr. and Mrts. Glenn E. Gibson and their children Donald and Bobble of Ottawa will be guests Sunday of Mrs. Gibson's parents Mr. and Mr.s. J. W. Edwards. WINDOW SHADES —Good quality, choice of colors in •standard size. 39c each. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mrs. Ed McGannon, who has been : the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jo.soph Chehaskc. left today for Kansas City on business. She will return -• to lola for a longer visit before going to her home in Troup, Texas. Any Suit, Dre.s.s or Overcoat Gleaned and Pressed THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) By Cowan ITiAt AOTO AMD SIGMEO \T '5 Just AKAMTER OF IRONING CXrr FEVM \NRWsiVCLBS ^Vl TUE CDWTRftCTi "WtfWOR oem^LS, HERE AMD THERE ..-rHEY ^WANTE.O TO TUEIR aOHM HWCOCWS ON THE tJOTTED UME,BO^ t BE«NG CtEMJtD UP V60 TH6Y THE PAPERS rr TAKES T\w \E ..T'pirr OMER BIG TWMGS-VOU'RE A BUSINESS «AAM-YOU KWOVW TH «C --rHlS \S G ©1NG -JO hAE^N B «&I»UGV NMuEtu »T .cow £S -roeooGH; AMT>: VOU'PE \N ON (K COT- I'LL SEE TO THfST!! 35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Miss Minnie Peebler. home dem- :.onstration agent, left last night for a week-end visit with her parents. : Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Feebler, in '.'"A'ichita. Regular Meeting of the Leslie J. Campbell Post. No. 15, Monday 'Night. 8 p. m.. Memorial Hall. . Harry Thomj)son of Independence . is spending the week-end with his jjarcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thomp- .son. —Two salespeoijle wanted at once. ;Husted's Studio, 9'j East Madison. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Perry and. .their children Raymond Jr. and Gilbert will spend Sunday at Kan- City as guests of friends. Mr. ;Tcrrj' is the manager of the local Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea company store. ; .SUNDAY MENU MeeWs POLLY ANN CAFE Pineapple Sherbet ' I'Vied Chicken with Cream Gravy i Stuffed Veal Flank with Dresslni? Roiust Pork with Cranberry Sauce Prime Ribs of Beef Au Jus pRadl.sli Hoses Creamed New Potatoes : Slufled KsKs in Tomatc Jolly .liruli. Siilad. Whipped CrdamDrcsslnft EVscalloped Spanish Onlon.s Unt UiixulUs • Ice Box Puddlni; !J5 and .15 CcntK - The South.side Bible class met , yesterday allernoon with Mrs. Sarah king. Tlie lesson was conducted by 5vlr.s. Ila Wnl.son. Fourteen members were iSescnt. The meeting ,Text Friday will be at the home of J Mrs. E. N. Arnold, South Washing- Ion avenue. , Victor L. Kirk made a business trip to Yates Center Thursday. Robert Trombold arrived last evening from Topeka for a week-end visit with his family. .ilMMONS BEAUTYREST —Know the value of restful sleep. Try the world's famous Beautyrest Mattress. A. R. Sleeper Fum. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jent and their daughters Lucille and Patsy Ruth of Hutchinson arrived yestejday for a week-end visit wltlj Mrs. Jent's brother H. C. Ward, proprietor of the Wardway cleaning establishment. . Improve Your Cooking •Use FAIRMONT'S Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Cot- tai^e Cheese and Bttttermilk. Call 91 for House Delivery or ask your'grocer Miss Ellnore McKinney returned last night from Emporia, where she has l>cen a guest of her sister Miss P:uilinc Mcklnney, a student at the Emporia teachers college, the past weel:. Miss Pauline accompanied her home for a week-end visit. —The W. H. Wood Furniture Store miide deliveries in Colony, LeRoy, and Neosho Falls today. Mr. and Mi-s. "w. R. McGinnis re turned this moniing from a two- week vacation In Hot Springs Spnngdale, and other points In Arkansas. Mr. McGinnis is the proprietor of the Kozy Kove cafe. CHECK YOUB BATTERy And you'll avoid being stalled out in "no man's land" because of a dead battery. Batteries tested free of charge Low prices on new plates SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N; Jeff.—Phone 80 Miss Mary Wishard and Lewis Martin of Indepehdence are sijend- ing the week-end with MLss Wisli- arrt's parents, Mr. and Mi-s. L. H. V.'ishard. —Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. .Office Ofc 'er Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mr and Mi-s. J. E. Oliver have rncoi',-cd word from their son Han->Oliver, that he and Mrs. Oliver, whi-; Uve in Los .^n^eles. Calif., in the e&rthquakc area, were unharmed. GET 01 fR PRICE ON GAS-OIL-GREASE Why pay a salesman to call on jou'? Why do you iJay a truck ' to deliver to you? If you do ; why not ride in a taxi. FINE GAS & OIL CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL State and Lincoln Ida, Kas. THE J. F. GRENNAN PRODUCE CO. • CO. COGHILL, Manager POULTRY AND EGGS : Egg Cases and Supplies start Y'^our Chicks Right USE PILLSBURY STARTING FOOD Old and Reliable—Established 1911 Corner Monroe and Elm 4(Just West of the Water Tower) They've Stood the Test of "lime \ . • Established rt06 Williams Monument Works ^301 So, Wasli. Ida, Kas. SUNDAY MENU 30c Roast Chicken with Dressing ; Fried Spring Chicken : Swiss Steak with Natural Sauce : : Mashed Potatoes, Carrots & Peas : : Cottage Cheese. Fruited Jello : KOZY KOVE B. T Barter and his duughtci. Airs. Louis Breckenrldgei made business trip to Independehco Thursday morning, returning homo in the evening by airplane. Mllo Reno Here Tuesday. As previously announced Mr. Mllo Reno. President ;of the Pnrmcr.'j Holiday. Association, will bo In loin next Tuesday. March 21, and will speak In Memorial Hall at 2 o'clock. Everybody is Invited to attend this meeting, and it Is specially hoped that every farmer In Allen county will be present. QLLIE SUTHERLAND, County President. Miss Ruth HoKley of Mildred wa.i a dinner guest Thursday of Mi-, and JTrs. S. L. Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Barber and their daughter Phyllis DcMar arrived Thursday night from Wichita for h week-end visit'with Mrs. Bar- ber'fj parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Maffilt. . SPRING] IS HERE . Have your Suits,.Coats, and Dresses Cleaned and Pressed 350 All kinds of repairing and alterations. SPOTLESS CLEANERS 111 W. Madison Phone 797 Mrs. E. D. Land and her daughter Betty spent Friday in Kaasas City on business. Mrs. Virgil White of Chanute was a guest Wednesday of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E.- G. O'Neal. "FRANK SEZ": Sharp Plows. Discs, and Cultivator Shovels do better work than dull ortes. Try our' complete Farm Machinery Repair Service. —New Plow Lays— Frank la«7er's Repair Shop Blacksmithing, Welding, Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut , Phone 119 Mr. and Mrs.Ray Bagncll ana tl-.eir son Ray Jr. mewed to 10'j West Jackson Wednesday from then- former residence 404 South Buckeye. Mr. and Mrs. Merl V. Launing and their daughters Lloa Merl and Dom Lee went to Gamett this morning to be guests of Mr. Lanning's cousins, Mr. and' Mrs. Mer- vln Hu^gerford. Tliey will return this evening. Oiihan Rhumba HORIZOIfTAIi I Meet Important industry In ^ Culja. J r CLawfnL II DeEcended " flroin the samo mother. 13 Chief city In Cuba. 14Maii'who ez< amines rails of a railroad. 16 Fronts of buildings. 17 Mist. 18 Before. 19 Female sheep. 20 Ti snnoy. 21NoveL 23 Weight allowances. 25 Hops kiln. 26 Drone bee. 28 To free. 29 Tree. 30 To entitle. 31 Mortar tray. 32 House cat. 33 Side bono. 35 Dry. 37 Inlaulty. [7 Answer to Prerlons Fozzle ^S]i3 aaas! fflsi^ nsa: •iiS3 :.:;aaos ss?;« fflrsil! '•^533] ''^wr?; SQI ni ^raf? B.'^aara'"snag 38 Badge of VERTICAIJ valor. 1 Ego. 40 Engine of war. 2 Coalition. 43 Frozen water. 43 Heart. 44 Eggs of fishe.s. 46 Upright shaft. 45 President of Cuba. 50 Second most important industry In Cuba. 52 To gratify! 53 Mental state of an arifiy. 54 Woolen fabric. 55 Auriculate, 3 Acted in concert. 4 Dined. 5 To make verses. 6 Decorative mesh. 7 Yellow bugle, S Characteristic of being, svcad, 0 Torpid. 10 Stint. 12 Light! business wagon. 13 Hedges. 15Close.. . 16 To graze. 22 After what god; was Wednesday named? 24 Rigorous. 25 Shabbier. 2'7 0Id wagon track. 29 Aurora. 32 One who pieces. .13 Valiant man. 34 Portion. 36 Spur. 37 Gradation. .IS Fashion. 39 Weaver's frame. 41 A twin crystal. 42 Petty demon; 43 History of n djseaso. 45 Tree yiohllnp oil. 47 Having iocs. 49 Ujily old Woman. 51 Constellation. Mrs. D. W. Dillmon visited yesterday with her brother Charles Denton, and Mi's. Denton, In La- Harpe. —Considerate of the cost. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Inman had as their guests Thursday afternoon Mrs. Inman's sister, Mrs. G. O. Reeve and Mr. Reeve of Lone Elm. —Truly personal attention is given each call. Sleeper Mortuary. Miss Evclyrt Ooddarcl, a student nurse at the Mercy hospital In Fort Scott, will (irHve this evening to be n guest of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mi's. M. W. White, over the wnel:-end. McKINNEY CROC. & MARKET Pitted Dates. 10-oz. pkg 15c Sandwich Spread, qt. jar 25c White Raisins, 2 lbs 25c F.F.O.O. Gelatine, pkg 5c Search Light Matches, box ...5c FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 Mrs. Gene Smith of LaHarpe and Mrs. R. E. Yocum visited Friday with Mrs. Yocum's parents, Mr. ani Mrs. M. C. Statclcr, who live near Bronson. JUST ARRIVED —Dining Room Suites, Bedroom Suites, Gas Ranges, etc—new,, different, and low in price. We trade. Curtis' Furniture, 10 N. Wash. Mrs. J. Merle Bollinger arrived last night from Nevada. Mo., for a Week-end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hubbard, who live south of town, and Postmaster and Mrs. C. O. Bollinger. Mr. Bollinger' will arrive tonight or in the morning. Qpmmissioner and Mrs. I. E. Bartlett received a letter from their son. I. E. Bartlett. of Inglewood, Calif., today telling them that he and his family were safe. Inglewood was not shaken as severely by the earthquake as were other cities. Mrs. Horace .Miller, and her children Nancy "and Edward James aro spending the day with Mrs. Miller's aunt. Mrs. Nannie McCarty, in Humboldt. Mrs. G. W. Tompkins, sistcr-in- lo-.v nf Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tompkins of Io"la and of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tompkins of Gas City, died early friday morning at the home of her sU.tor in LaCygne, according to word received here vesterday. • Tnc funeral and burial will take place Sunday afternoon at Melvern. Mrs. Tompkins vtsited in lola last summer. Mr. anS Mi-s. J. A. To'nipkin.', and and Mrs. Fred Tompkins will attend the funeral. REAL ESTATE TBANSFEBS | (From the Office Of The loiia | I Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) | « ^ March 17. 1933. Allen County State bank to Gladys M. Lacy, lots 11 and 12 in block 2, in resurvey and subdivision of lot 6-of the SE. 'i of NW. 'i of 26-24-18, being Richardson & Newton's sub-diyislon, an addition to the City of lola. Also a strip of land lying between said lots and Jefferson avenue, being a part of Twlss Addition to the City of Tola, described as follows: Commencing at the NW. corner of said lot 12, running west to the east side of said avenue; thence south along the cast side of iSiUd avenue:tb a point due west of the 6W. col-ner of .said lot 11, thence cast to the SW. corner of said lot, a-nd thence north to bbginnlng, less 4 feet off of the south side of lot 11, block 2, sold to G. H. Rankin 4-27-17, also except 4 feet off of and along 8. end of above described strip l)elng a part of Twlss Addition to lola, Kaasas 2-25-33. New York, Mar. 18. (AP.l—The stock market quieted down to move in narrow fluctuations today, but closed with a steady to firm tone, v .'itiT a number of issues lup fractions to a point. Sales for the short session , approximated half a million shares. \ \ The most encouraging aspect of the market was its dullness' on declines. After an irregular opening, it stiffened momentarilyi then't^Ull- ed rather heavy, but after a number of shares had lost a^ point or so, selling dried up. and the list recovered in the late ti-ading. Sugar and rail shares led the late advance. Sugars moved up in sympathy with another flurry of buying in raw sugar futures, the general action of the commodity markets, however, was not of a character to insijire further bullishness In stocks. Wheat was unsettled, as sentiment remrined confused over the drastic Iirovlsions of the proposed farm relief mcajsure. R:dls pushed up, despite a sharp reduction in car loadings shown in todr.y's report, covering the week ended March 11. inasmuch the figures • reflected chiefly the banking holiday. The drop from the previous week was 40,014 cars. Compared to last year, the freight movemenr. was oif nearly 24 per cent, compared with a divergence of only 14'j per cent in the previous' week. E.-iceptional gains were an upturn of nearly 2 points in South Porto Rico Sugar, and of 3^- in Delaware & Hudson. American Sugar gained more than a point. Issues up fracjiions to a point included r>ew Yorit Central, International Hancsier, Case, Standard of CaU- foruia. U. S. Steel, Santa Fe, Union Pacific, and Great Western Sugar. American Telephone and' Loews v.c-ro isolated soft spots, oft as much as a point. Small fractional recessions appeared in. General Motors. Woohvorth. North American, Anaconda and DuPont. High Low Close SO of Ind 19 18-'-l 19 Alaska Jun 13 V, 12"s 13 Amn Can 60'.^ 59S: 60 AT&T 103 >i 102':: 102 •• I Amn Tob B .... 61 '•» 61 61 'i Anaconda 7 'i 7'-. 7-Vi Atchison ........ 45-N 44', 45V, Auburn ....38 37'.- 38 Beth Steel 13 "•s 13",; Can Pac 9', 9 9 Case J I 48':.- 46'-: 47 s Chrysler 11 >» 10':: lO'i Con Gas ... 49':: 48', 49\ Con Oils 5". S 'N 5)s Drug Inc 35 34 ?i 35 DuPont 40's 39 '-J 39-'i Gen Elec 15 14-\ 14 Gen Motors .... 13'; -12>t 13 Int Harv 23':: 22 ^ 23'; Mont Ward .... 14 13'i 13 -4 Packard 2 ^i 2'!i 2% Penney J C .... 24't 23 'i. 24'i Phillips, Petr ... 6''.H 6', 6\ Radio 4 ''i 4'- 4':: Socony 6T« 6'i. 6''» Std Bronds .... 17'1 16^ 17'i SO of NJ 36'. 25"; 25", Tex Corp 13 -i 13'i 13-';. U S Steel ...... 31''» 36'K 30-H Westlngh E .... 2'7-'^ 261, 26"» KansttN City Livestock, Kansas City, March 18. (APi—U. S. D. A,—Hogs 500; 150 direct; .strictly a packer market; steady to 5c lower than yesterday's average; top $3.65 on 190-250 lbs.; most 180250 ,lbs. $3.50-$3.65; few 313 lbs., $3.55: sows steady at $2.80-$3.10. Cattle 500; calve^ 100; for the week: lighter weights of fed .steers, yearlings and fed heifers 25c-50c higher; strong weight steers, 1,200 lbs. up, steady to 25c higher; bulls 10c-15c [ higher; cows steady to strong; vealers $1.00 lower; stockers and feeders scarce, steady; week's tops: choice yearlings $6.50; 1144-lb. steers $6.25; best heavy steers $5.50; mixed yearlings $5.75; heifers $5.50; bulk fed "steers and yearlings $4.00$5.75; heifers and mixed yearlings $4.01S5.25; better grade vealers, late $5.00-$6;00. Sheep, none; for the week: slaughter lambs around 25c higher; sheep steady, to 15c, up; top fed lambs to shippers $6.50, to packers $5.45, most sales $5.00-$5.40; best shorn lambs to shippers $5.40, week's bulk $4.85-$5.30; odd. lots slaughter ewes downward from $2.75; few wethers $2.75-$3:25; feeding lambs $4.50-$4.60. LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs, firsts Eggs, seconds Eggs, thirds .. Eggs, ungraded Hens, No. 1 Hens, No. 2 No, 1 Springs, I'.i lbs. up ... No. 2 Springs Butterfat, lb , Cocks ^ Geese, lb i Guineas, each White Ducks, lb .Colored Ducks, lb Hides, per lb. Mixed Corn, bu Yellow Corn, bu Wheat, bu K.iflr Corn .. Oals ....9c ....8c ....6c ....8c ....70 ....5c ....5c ....3c ...12c ... 3c ....2c ...10c ....3C ,...2c ... ic ...17c ...17c ...33c ...i5c ...lie Kansas City Produce. Kansas City, Mar. 18. (AP)—Hens 8-11. Other produce unchanged. Kansas City Grain. , Kansas . City, Mar. 18. fAP>— Wheat: 86 care; unchanged to vi lower; No. 2 dark hard, nom 4858'-.: No. 3. nom •47'L--57'-i!; No. 2 hard. 47U-50U; No. 3, 47'i-51'',; No. 2. red, nom 47'-:-53; No. 3, nom 47-52. Close: May 46'i; July 46-s; Sept. 48's. Corn: 18 cars; 'j-^i lower; No. 2 white, nom 23vi-24'2; No. 3', nom 23'.i-23>(; No. 2, yellow, noni 23->j- 24V.: No. 3. nom 23V, -23n; No. 2, jnixed, nom 23'i-24; No. 3, nom 23- 23'J. Close: May 24'i: July 25-'i. Oats: 4 cars; unchanged'; No. 2 white, nom 19-20; No. 3, nom 18' L-19 Vj. Milo maize, nom 52-57. Kafir. 45-48. Rye. nom 38-39. Barley, 27 'i. INDEPENDENCE Mar. 16.--Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Larson were Sunday dinner guests March 5. at the home of Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McVey. . Mr. and Mrs. Riley Low of Leanna. were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mrs. Low's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Pulse were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown. 'ilis. and Mrs. Fred Muer and their son Gary, of LaHan'e, visited Sunday with Mrs. Muer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Punk. Mrs. Bculah Funk has returned to the home 6f Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ayers after sijcnding a week with her brother, Charles Kohler and family, of Golden Valley. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Slsson and ffsmlly, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Young nf Moran; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tlnslcy and family of Humboldt, were Sunday dinner guests at the R. H. Morris homfi. Mr. and Mrs^ Howard Wade arid their dajughter Elizabeth, were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Draix;r and OUT OUR WAY By Williams wof woo AMW W AV ? I F AT WAS. A B\p Srtor Aev^ivj HIM SOMPM, JA >JsJ OoTA PLACE., EXPUAIMIM" VT XO m»M BUT A POOR,OuM 'e Cx^H, VSJHO \T MlGMT TO v<e.^P soMtOoow DOVyJM, so Tv-\E .Pt BE. sotvvEBoDS TOP? THEM TC BE. ABOJE. -~ WE V-JOULDKiT PARE. 'To AM&\MER CME OoE<=.T \OM , OP} TH' DUMB GuW VJMOUUO BE Hcb EQOAl-, AM' A€.V< SOMEBOOW EL&E. Ab40T ^^ER C)ue ^T ^0^4, AM' BE ASCME HIM. e> \SSt BY MA SOiyiCC mc. RtO. U. S. PAT. OfF. yij) r W HO IS Y OSUKE M ATSUOKA V /kAT is THE CAPITAL CITY OF INDIA ?, (Answers will be found on P^ge 4) their children, Lloyd and Pearl, are moving from the L. C. Sarten farm to a farm near Gas City. The chll-; dre.n will enroll in Rock Creek school. Mrs. iJ. F. Punk attended an all day meeting of the Women's Missionary society, held in Humboldt, Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. Paull. Friends are glad to know that Mrs. Lloyd Bybee Is Improving, although her progress is slow. Pittsburgh—Judge Thomas M. Marshall is a true son of Erin and Tim O'Keefe is an Irish setter. On St. Patrick's day Mrs. Marshall dared the judge to take Tim to work with him. So Tim O'Keefe sat on the bench with' his master and heard divorce cases. SWAPPER'S COLUMN FOR SALE OR TRADE for cattle or hogs: Good alfalfa hay and certified Midland yellow dent seed com. . A- M. Dunlap, Carlyle;; ANNQUNCEMEN,TS Auctions COMMUNITY SALE—Every Wednesday at J. C.' Butcher's Sale bam. Col. Smock, Auctioneer. I WILL SELL at public auction Tuesday, March 21,- X.30 p. in., furniture of 6-room house, 824 N: Buckeye: bookcase, library table, rockers, dining table, chairs, beds, dressers, four 9x12 rugs. 4 stoves, canned fruit, garden tools, lots of articles not listed. A. C. Oliver, Auctioneer. • Personals MATERNITY AND ADOPTIONS— Seclusion for lunfortunate girls. Expense reduced by working. Address: Falraiount Hospital, 4009 East 27j .h, Kansas City, Missouri. AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Sale SALES Dependable Used Oars and Trucki ELLIS MOTOR CO. Phone 301 Cash—Trade—Terma PONTIAC-BUICl Sales atid Service Guaranteed Used Ca SHELLY !MOTOR CO, 214 N. Jefferson ' Phone 80 6 Auto Accessories, Tires, ParU Regular GAS—Wholesale— 5 'A-c Federal Tax Paid— 40 gal. $2.60 VINE OIL «fc GAS CO. State and Lincoln Sts., lola TEXACO PRODUCTS Goodrich Tires. Cash paid for used cars. Logan Reynolds. 307 West Street. LIVE STOCK 21 Hones, Cattle, Vehicles TEAM HORSES—Weigh 3000; team sorrel horses, weigh 2800; mare, 7 years old, weigh 1200; bay h\)rse, 5 years old, weigh 1200; team mares, weigh 2400; 4 sets woirk harness; 3 wagons; 3 discs; 2 cultivators; 2 disc cultivators; 2 mowing machines; 2 hay rakes; 2 cohi planters; all kinds farming machinery;: 3 good bulls; 25 fresh cows; 20 cows to freshen soon; Will sell on time. J. C. Butcher. Poultry and Supplies BIG TYPE S. C.'W. Mlnorcas; rugged, range flock; blood tested egas. $2.00 per 100; Chix, $6.50 per 100. MrS. O. A. Weddle, Savonburg, Kas., phone 48^12. CUSTOM HATCHINa^$3.50 per case; less than case lots, Ic per egg: chicks, 4',4c and up. Taylor's Hatchery and Produce, 201 South Jefferson, lola, Kas. CHICK SPECIAL—S. C:, White Leghorns and Minorcas from wonderful flocks of blood testeM, certified birds. We have one grade only, THE BESTj at $4.95 per 100, $24 per 500. Willfion Farm Hatcheries, (Formerly Calitrell), 2 ml. south on 73W. "Talk Chicks with WUl- son." OIL BROODER—Used, good condition, 500-chlck, $5.00.' Allen County Implement Co. Still S«tsf The Pace THERE is NO SUfii- STltUtEFOR QUALITY CONVERSATION won't supply— Hydraulic Brakes Floating: Power Steel Bodies, or Oilite Springs Compare values carefully and GET THE MOST YOU CAN for your money. See us. ROSS ARBUCKLE GARAGE CHRTSLER-FLYMOUTH Sales—Service—Parts LIVESTOCK 22 Poultry and Supplies CHICKS, Feeds, Poultry Equipment. Allen county's largest hatchery. . Hatching thousands weekly, certified, blood tested; honest prices. Willson Farm Hatcheries (Formerly Cantrell), 2 ml: south on 73W. ; "Talk Chicks with WUlson." CUSTOM HATCH—Ic in Modern Buckeyes, set ea. Men. Have pure* bred blood tested chicks. Leg. 4c, big breeds So, assorted 4c. Russell Hatchery, Gas. Phone 965-3. CUSTOM HATCHING SPECIAL We arc starting our second Big Smith incubator and can't fill it with our own eggs. For a limited tune only $1JJ5 PER TRAY OF 150 EGGS OR $2.75 PER CASE. Willson's guaranteed hatching at less than ordinary Hatcheries charge. Take advantage of this opportunity. We set every day. All Heavy Breeds 5'ic Assorted Heavies ;.5c WILLSON FARM HATCHERIES (Formerly Cantrell) 2 miles south on 73W "Talk Chicks with Willson" COOMBS HOLLYWOOD Trapnest- ed Leghorns. If you want large white eggs get our chicks; 250-300 . egg breeding under Kansas record of performance supervision; 200- egg flock a^rage on our farm at Bronson. Getting 90 to 100% dally production in a special mating at this time. Sunflower Hatchery, Bronson-Gas City. 33 Wanted—Live Stoclc POR RENT—Pasture for town cows. ' blue grass and sweet clover; sheds for milking. Phone 595J. MERCHANDISE 24 Articles For Sale WINCHESTER PUMP GUN—Extra - good; portfoho, brown cow hide; ; aluminum order book covers; , leather loose • leaf pocket binders. See George at Ciu-tis' Furniture. Feed, Fuel, FertUizen BALED ALFALFA HAY—Sweet clover seed. Austin's, 2 miles north. of lola. HEDGE WOOD—For sale. 218 N. Fh-st. Phone 864J. SWEET CLOVER —Cleaned, $1,35 bu., and'flax, free from weeds and dodder, 85cJbu;^Nichola8,,LaHarpc. Honsebold \ Oooda BARGAINS—In furniture, stoves, and electric washers, new and used. Terms; Curtis', 10 N. Wash. I^EW AND USED Furniture, Storo packed, Hcnninger's Furnituro Store, West-Madison Ave. USED FURNITURE—Complete furnishings for a 5 -room house, like new. Teims. Free delivery, W. H. Wood Fine Furniture, 202 8. Jeff. 29 Machinery and Tools CREAM SEPARATORS—We buy and sell. We have a few good ones Jon hand. Brownie's. GOOD FORDSON TRACTORr-And plows, $60.00. Z. F. Sproul, Gas, Kansas. 31 Seeds, PUints, Flowers SHRUBS—Bulbs, =pansy, and vege- , table plants for sale at Odor's Greenhouse. SWEET CLOVER SEED-«1.26 per , bu.; Lespedeza clover seed, 7c per 2b.: loose timothy hay, and first year cutting of sweet clover. Glen Thompson, Moran, Kas. WHITE BLOSSOM Sweet Clover Seed, re-clealred. Harry Boeken, LaHarpe phone. " ROOMS FOR RENT 34 Apartments and Flats APARTMENTS—Furnished, in modem home; also room and tioard. Call at 320 South Walnut. ^Real Estate For Rent 36: Farms and Land For Sent 40 ACRES—Improved, excellent soil; , 5100.60 ca*. Can mornings. 501 • North Second. Honsea For Bent FCte RENT— Bouses, good locstlon. - See O. E. Pees. Real Estate For Sale 4p ; Farms and Land For Sale 1?0 ACRES—Improved near Nevada, iMo. Want restaurant or city prop- ierty. AUeft County Investment I Co.. lola, Kas. 4> Houses For Sale "SACRIFICE PRICE HOME"—Four j rooms, large screened porch, gar- lage. fruit, garden. Inquire 204 ; South Elm,

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