Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 29, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, March 29, 1933
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loiAJKANSAS Vs. : ; Charles jGordon, who uaderwent ' a major dperation abqyt .ten^ days p; agro at St. Jobn's-hospitiil, Is report- 'i\-^L t>d ib rapidly proayessin?. ' —Call us: for quick Jfcmblng S«rv: ; Ice. lolia Plumbing,Co. Phone 1175. Hps NEWFANGLE8 (Mem'ii Fop) Mr. S(nd Mrs. J. H. Prentice had as their guests for Saturday Mrs. W. O. Wilson and her daughter Edna Pearl of Colony. Atm> TOPS ACTO GLASS Fitmitare and Atttomobile Uphobtering ' (? RETGELE'S Harness and Anto Top Shop 201 South St.—Phone 59 . C. M. Punk, proprietor of the lola Land coinjiany, was able to return ' to his ofQce this morning after be. tag confined tohisihome by Illness the last few days. ; : B.4KGAIKS. —Occasional Chairs," Studio Couches, Day Beds, and Pads. Curtis' Furniture, 10 N., w4»ington. Kenneth Shewell returned Mon,day to his home in Neosho Falls t after a few days I'islt with his sisters Misses iMargaret, ari3 Geraldine IShewell.^ — V PAINT W, • : Give the old \vallSi -4nd ceilings : : a chanjce to show their t4 -ue col- •: : ors. Oriental flat- •'•all paint, : •: washable—Sl.75 pejp gallon. SHANNON HA&DWARE Phone S9 : Mrs. C. H. Hackney and her daughter Hester of LaHarpe are viKlting Mr; and Mrs. R. D. Steph- >nson. Mrs. Stephenson is a niece <ir Mrs.. HqCkney. —Mtninlure Photo Special. 3 for l.'jc, or a for 25c. Husted's Studio. Madison. Mr. and Mrs. George Lacy, who have bee^ visiting their son Dr. h. Lacy and family the past • fe'w days, rctyrr.ed today to their home in -Oarnatt. .\ny Dress, Suit or Coat ;: Cleaned and Pressed , -—25c : 3 Garments for 63c SPOTLESS CLEANERS Call 797 f 111 W. Madison. C. R. Morau : Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Scott Jr. moved to the house located at 816 East street today from 120 Bruner. LOST HIS joev- ANMOUNCED •nwHE l^D LANDED OMg, IT biDMTTAKE TME visnTNe- RELATIVES L0MQ "n3.CHEaC OUTOMTME NEWFANGLGS vESfrt?w sec, MAO no GET A VLkt CLOSER jftWOett ^GLAP^ \I WSIE. 1OSEE \0Ul s6 »*a=va5 <x<RviaT \rru- BC so •^n &A THE BEANS * ywBJE WKMOOT . UTTLB«M9E* THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCTT 23. 1933! •EffipP»EX)FF! PAGETttltEE TAW WHW A _ PACCUNG'TtACY ' M^t>E ABOUT REL«lUBSTORM3U Cowan ; >MELt .THBjeS A SHIkAMcPhNtG Site TO EVECY CLOUDr-'^ WO LOST HOUR JOB AMD 1 LOST MY lNW|lATSEAB«7lEnO'" lWEU !SaEErCOMPl £m.Y DESTBOTTHEaEMV ^FLEEr WITWDUTIOSBJGAIMN? WERE nE'Boms" p I-StAT^ ,.,^„^^ , IN THH US HAS THE -rrj !!%Ncr'-^ GSEATESTAREAOF NWlONALFOlJESrS? (Answen wUl be found on Faye : "FKANK SEZ": Sharp tools work much better ; than dull ones. We sharpen : Plows; Discs. Cultivator Shovels, ;. and put on new Plow Lays. Com: plete Farm Repair Se;n-ice. Frank Liw>er's Repair Shop *' Blacksmithing. Welding. Machine and Wo<xiwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 •- Mrs. Seih Aicher and her daughter-in-law Mrs. Wesley Barton of Moran. were: guests todaj- of Mrs. Archer's daughter. Mrs. Roy Griffitts anil fainily. CAR! NEEDS FOR: SPRING New Generhl Tires. Batterj- Recharged. New Battery'. Radiator Cleaned and Repaired. Brakes Adjusted. Motor Tuned. Remove Oarbori and Grind Valves. Generator and Starter Checked. Adjust Carburetor., SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mr. and Mi-s. Ed Ward Anderson returned Sunday from Burdick where" they ;have be^ visiting Mr. Anderson 's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Andersoh the past three weeks. Jfrs. A. E. Anderson and her son L. Anderson brought them to lola in their car. returning to Burdick Monday evening. Garden Tools—Good Ones The kind, it pays to buy! You get better results when you use them and ihey last longer. At Greatly Reduced Prices! BRIGHAM H.ARDWARE CO. Phone 1064 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith ha^e returned t»ome from a week's tnr> to Las Animas. Colo., where th^y visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter lake. —'FoT Bread That's Always Uniformly Good Buy Delicious Breald. At your grocer or lola Bakery. Miss Meribeth Applegate of Ca-- lyle undens^ent a major operation Monday at St. John's hospital. FREE—Thursday Only! Treastire Chest containing valuable household supplies given with each purchase of 50c or more. BROWN-S DRUG STORE Phone 255 Mr. and MR. Olen Edwards and their dau^ter Carolyn visited Sunday with Mr. Edwards's parents, air. and Mrs. A. W. Edwards, in Moran, and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Wilson in Mildred. : FOR RENT: 4 acreS suburban. 4 room house, bam; chicken house, pasture. Phone 962F12.. Mrs. Letha Beath. who has been visiting her cousin E. P. Slack and Mrs. slack the past few days, returned yesterday to her home in Kansas City. U A "t* S Cleaned and nodced--50e Electric "Tactory Finish" hat equipment just Installed. We make qld hata like. new. KELLEY SHINE PARLOR Miss Evelyn Mchenry and' Mrs. Mona Brooks spent tixiay with friends In Humboldt. —Mi£. Alta Klnser answers all calls, she has a Kansiis license. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. IiesUe Runer and their son Ronald of Tulsa were the Get One of Those Smart DOLLY .^LVDISON Wash Frocks On Sale Tomorrow at $1 A New One It It Fades. The Leader if DEEP CUT PRICES Che \Tole ignition Points Per set 39c Chevrolet Spark Plug Wiring, per:set 49c Chevrolet Valves, each I9c Chevrolet Valve Siiriags Each 4c Chevrolet Fan Blades, ea. 34c Chevrolet HeadUghi Lens S9G ANDREWS & SON Iola<—14 Sonth Wasbingten Channte—215 East Main Mrs. Lucetta, Harper arrived Saturday night from Humphreys, Mo., lor an e.xtended visit with her nephew. C. H.Arbuckle. —Dr. W. P. Hull. Osteopath and Diagnostician. Phone 120. Commissioner and Mrs. I. E. Bartlett visited Monday with their niece, Mrs. Harold Gordon, and Mr. Gordon, in Yates Center. SELF SERVICE GROCERY Apples. Winesaps, « lbs. 25c Oranges, 2 dozen 29c. Sugar, 20 pounds 89c Expansion Flour. 48 lbs 99c Post Toasties : 10c Coffee. SSS Blend. 3 lbs 57c Mr. and Mrs^G. A. Defebaugh entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles lio- sey of St. Joseph. Mo., at dinrier Sunday. ' —Hand fagoted collars ajid yokes, Sl.dO. Exclusive desiius and trim- mines. Mrs. Rogers, 414: South Oak. Mr. and Mrs, E. J. Wright and their daughter Juanita spent the week-end with Mi-, and Mrs. Logan Wright in Piqua. Logan Wright is a brother of E. J. Wright. guests Sunday of Mrs. Runer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F: Smith, and of Mr. Runer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Runer. CALL 404 FOR MILL 'WORK Windows Doors Screens Glass lOLA PLANING MILL -If Made of Wood, We Make It" Phone 404 New York, Mar. 29. (AP>—The Stock market turned ijuietly reflC- tioiipry in the late trading today, cancelling most of the gains registered In the previous sessioii. Several .losses ranged from 1 to more than 2 points. The closing tone was Heavy. Transfers approximated 650,000 shares. News of a character to influence the list was meagre. A momentary bulge in wheat helped the list to cover partially from a morning sag but the trend turned . downward again in the afternoon. SUght gains show in weekly reports of steel and electric powder production were offset as market factors by uncertalii- ,ty cfter dl\idcnds, and hesitancy pending Washington developments. American r Ttelephone was again under considerable pressure, losing a couple of points. Ralls also sag^ Red. with Union Pacific finishing 2=U points lower. National Distillers was firm, rising a point In response to Washington moves to liberaUK medicinal liquor regulations. Issues losing a point or more Includet! Westlnghouse Electric. Santa Pe, American Tobacco B. New! York Central. Case, International Har- Satnrday, April Garage and- FiUing 1st ling Station Located at 706 N. Kentucky St. WUI be Operated by GEORGE D. AVER Formerly managed by Carl Grieve. Continued patronage appreciated, and new friends solicited. Mr. and Mrs. Errol McCullough, who live near Neosho Falls, were guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wilson. —Friendly counsel and mortuary advice. Waugh Funeral Home. Mrs. E. V. Kile, who has been the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Warren Perliam and Mr. Perham since Monday, returned today to her home in Eureka. SPECIAL DURING 9IARCH! Shampoo and Finger Wave, drj' 35c Operators— Geraldine Shewell Grayce Ensmlnger Catherfaie Ann Beauty Shop 17'-i W. Mad. Phone 494 ' Placards with.plenty of big type and red lines have been received in lola announcing "Kansas Picnic Be- imlon" on Saturday. April 1, at Sycamore Grove. Los Angeles, everj- body invited. If any readers of The Register happen to be in the neighborhood on that date they should not fall to drop in. More Kansas people oome to this annual Los Angeles picnic than ever get together in any picnic in Kansas. 13-PLATE BATTERY $3.9^ RECHARGING—45c IDEAL GARAGE 210 N.. Washington. Phone 174 S, S. Shelly, proprietor of the Shelly Motor company, was fn Yates Center yesterday on business. PORCH GLIDERS —By Simmons, More Style. More Comfort. More Quality, at lower prices. A. R. Sleeper Fimiiture Co. Will Walters arrived yesterday from Sioux City, Iowa, for an indefinite visit with his cousin ^rs. Mary Biu'cham and her family, who live in Park tlace addition. SELF SERVICE MARKET Hambiuger. 4 poimds 25c Frankfurters lOc Steak, 2 pounds 25c Kraut. 5c lb.: 6 lbs. for 25c Pork Steak. 2 pounds 15c Beef Roast 7c Beef to Boil 5c R. E. Culllson. enroute from his home in Bartlesvllle. Okla.. to Topeka. stopped in lola last evening for an over-night visit with his daughter Mrs. R. F. Fife and her family, and his son Frederick Cullison. NEW SHIPMENT Of STUDIO COUCHES Latest Patterns and Designs You can boy for less-at the W. H. .WOOD FINE FCBN. CO. 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 Mra. Sarah Bradley of Colony entered St. John's hospital Tuesday for treatment. YOU KNOW —that a genuine ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC WASHER at $48.50 is a remarkable value. See it at A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. Mrs. Lloyd Bunnel and daughter Catherine Marie, Mrs. E. M, Bunnel, and Mrs. C. B. 'WiUiams of Humboldt visited yesterday afternoon with Mrs.! Lloyd Bunnel's niece. Mrs. Caleb Anderson and her lamijy. ! SPECIAL! : Thursday, Friday, and Satnrday : Croquignole Permanent Wave : (c«nnpiete) : CINDERELLA BEAUTY SHOP : Mn. VelBU TJdd, Prop. Over Brown's Drug Store Phone 438 The residence of W. L. Bartels, 419 South Washington, formerly occupied by the J. J. Griffin family, is being redecorated. The exterior is being repainted and the interior Is being refinished. Try BURT'S C.\SH FEED & PROD, for Gwrden Seeds, Oaioci Sets, and Cabbage Plants 18 E. Jackson Phone 1400 Glen Bean of Goff, state highway engineer, visited his mother, Mrs. L. L. Bean and family, over the weekend. I 7T. Remove the Footlines From Your Face : 47 NEW EASTEB STYLES Blue, Chaff Beige. Grey. White : • and Black—AAAA to D HARRISON'S BOOTERY Mrs. T. W. Waite and her son Thomas Waite Jr..- and Mrs. C. M. Jewett went to Kansas City today on bushjess. They will return tonight. • • 1 High Low Close Cities Serv ... .. 2^- 2Vi 2«i' SO of Ind ... IS-s 19 Amn Can .. 57U 55 ?4 56« AT&T .. 92^i 89% 90 Amn Tob B .. .. 61 59'ri 59 ?4 Anaconda .. 7 6?i 6*i Atchison .. 44»s 42 42% Avibum .. 34''K 32 ?i 32% Beth Steel ... .. 13'- 13 13 Case J X .. 47 44S 45H Chrysler .. g-'.i. : 9=>.i 9»i Cons Gas .. 44% 43^ 43'i Cons Oil .. b '-H 5'-j Drug Inc .. 32>4 31-4 32 DuPont .. 35^i 34>^ 34% Gen'Elec .. 13% 13 13 Gen Motors .. .. 12'i 11*4 11=6 Int Harv .. 231i 223*, 22"^ Mont Ward .. .. 13»i 12', 13 Packard .. 2 I's Penney J C .. .. 22'^; 22 22^ PhUlips Petr . .; 5^; 5N . 5--)h Radio .. 4ii 4 Socony .. 6»i Std Brands .. .. 16-!i 16 U 16% SO of NJ .... ..26 . 25 N 25 »8 Texas Corp .. .. 12N 12^ \2% U S Steel .... .. 29^ 28 28U Westingh E .. .. 25'.. 24 24 No. 2 red 53-53%; No. 3, nom 49^i- 56. Close: May 48%; July 47'4; Sept. 48"s. Com, 14 cars; Vi-yi higher; No. 2 white, nom 30%-30?i; No. 3. hom 29U-30; No. 2 yellow, nom 34-80%; No. 3. nom 2914-30; No. 2 miked, hom 29^4-30^4; No. 3" nom, 29-29<;i. Close: May 28; July 28%; Sept. 30%. Oats:^no receipts; Vi higher; No. 2 white, nom 19;i-20',i; No. 3, nom 19U-19»4. MUo maize,, nom 61-65. Kafir, nom 62-55. Rye. nom 39Wj-40Vi. Barley, nom 26-29 ^j. DISTURBANCES MAR VISIT Communists'Interfere with ^it of Wales to Scotland. K. C. Uvestock Close. Kansas City, Mar. 39. (API— Sheep: killing classes mostly steady; most fed lambs 5.15-35; some held higher. Hogs and cattle: unchanged. Estimated' livestock receipts for tomorrow; Cattle 2.000; hogs 3.000; sheep 6,000. ...9c LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs, firsts, Eggs, seconds «c Eggs, thh-ds 6c Eggs, ungraded 8c Hens- No. 1 ^ 3c Hens. No. 2 No. 1 Springs. IVj lbs. up 5c No. 2 Springs 3c Butterfat, lb 14c Cocks 3c Geese, lb. 2c Guineas, each lOC White Ducks, lb 3c Colored Ducks, lb. .2c Hides, per lb I.. Ic Mixed Corn, bu 2nc Yellow Corn, bu 20c •Wheat, bu 35c Kaffir Corn, bu 18c Oats, bu 10c KAOsas City Uvestiick. Kansas City. Mir. 29. rAP)—(U. S. Dept. Agr.)—Hogs: 3500; 700 direct; slow, steady to 5 higher than Thiu-sday's average; top $3.70 ort choice 180-210 lbs.; good and choice, 140-350 lbs., $3.30-70; packing sows, 275-550 lbs., $2.90-3.30; stock pigs, good and choice, 70-130 lbs., $2.753.25. Cattle: 3,500; calves: 500; market slow and steady; better grades heifers and mixed yearlings hard to move; good yearling steers $550; dioice 1450 lb. beeves $5.10; steers, good and Choice, 550-1500 lbs., $4.006.75; common and medium, 550 lbs. up, $3.25-^.75; heifers, gtxxl and choice. 550-900 lbs., $4.00-5.50; cows, good, $2.75-3.15: vealers, fmllkfed), medium to choice; $3.00-6.00; Blocker and feeder steers, good and choice $4.35-5,75. Sheep: 9,000; market not estab- li.<ihed; opening bids lower; best fed iambs held above $5.36; spring lambs, good a.nd choice. $6.75-7.00; meditun, $5,0O-6i»; lamiis, good and choice <X) 90 lbs. down., $5.00-50: good and choice,' (X). 90-98 Ibsi. S4.90-5.35; ewee, good and choice, 90-150 lbs.. $1.75-2.75. <X)—Quotations based on ewes and wethers. Glasgow. Scotland. Mar. 29. CAP) A tour of Glasgow by the Prince of Wales today was marred by two unpleasant Incidents. A. vaaa, allegedly a Communist, who was addressing a group at a poTKet, refused to halt his speech while the prince was passing. Police took him off his platform and to a police station. When the prince visited Saint Roch's recreational club, a .window was snaasbed by stones thrown as the royal car drove up. Police were unable to locate those responsible. There are large numbers of Communists in Ola^w poptilation. The prince came here on a three- day tour of unemployment centers in Scotland. LBCAL (First Published in Ttie lola Dally Register March 8. 1933.) NOTICE I. Harry Smith, convicted on the 26th day lOf January, 1S31, of the crime of Possession of Narcotics in Allen County, Kansas, will apply on the I7th day of April, 1933. to the Governor, at his office In Topeka, Kansas, for Conditional Pardon. Signed HARRY SMITH. (3) 8-15-22-29 <4) 5-12. LBOAL : And Property Adjusted On AU Slakes of Cars. .adoH -Scniee— rut* . against any intepst claimed by any and all ol said Defendants In and to said real estate, 'artd tot sale of said property to satisfy the aforesaid ihdebtedhess, expenses of Plaintiff under said mortgage, taxes, du>i or past doe, and costs of said action, ail of which more fully appear in Plaintlfrs petiUon filed in said ac. tlcn. - , Given Under my hand- atid seal cf the above entitled Court, this the 28th cay of March. 1933; N. C. KERR. ,0!erk of the DUtrict Court. (SEAL) A/PT AND ENFIELD. .Attorneys for Plaintiff. (3;-29-(4)-5-12 Kansas City Produce. Kansas City. Mar. 29. (AP)—Sut- tf-r 9-14. Other produce unchanged. Kansas City Hay. Kansas City, Mar. 29. (AP)—Hay: 6 cars, imchanged. Kansas City Grain. Kansas City, Mar. 29. (AP)— •Wheat, 50 care; U to IH higher; No. 2 dark hard 53%; No." 3, nom 50-59 Vj; No. 2 hard 50-54j No. 3 50; Back to the SoU. "Talking about the arrangements that have been made to supply ground for a garden to anyone who will promise to make use of it," said an lola man yesterday. "I have in mind a bright and shining example of what that may be made to mean. A friend of mine, an ordinary laboring m^n, rented a Uttle patch of ground/last spring, and since early last summer he and his family, wife and two children, have virtually been U'ving off the things he raised. AU winter long they had all the potatoes, carrots and onions they could eat, besides a lot of peas, beans and other vegetables they had canned. And they have still a 3- months supply of steh things on hand." * In this connection an interesting report comes from Bassett to the effect that some fifty ffunilies have taken advantage of the generous offer of the Lehigh Portland Cement company to supply a gurden plot to their employees. The company plows the ground and supplies the seed free of cost. £ai:h family is allotted as much ground as it thinks it wants, and the plots average aroimd 75x100 feet. Those fifty gardens wUl be one of the show idaoes in the neighborhood of lola a little later on in the spring and summer. Tou probably bave something y«m vant to aeU and the tKst iray to let Ow people know abdot it is throttgh Regtstear Glaartfled Ada. PLTBLICATION NOTICE. No. 17293. In the District Court of Allen county, Kansas. THE SECURITY BUILDING AND LOAN. ASSOCIATION, of lola Kansas,.a corporation, plaintiff, vs. HERBERT D. HENDERSON and GERTBUDE M. HENDERSON, his wUe. and HARRY C. HENDERSON, and HENDERSON, his wife, first name unknown, defendants. The State of Kansas to: The defendants Harry C. Henderson and Henderson, his wife, first name unknown, individually will take notice that they have been sued in the above entitled action in the above naloned Court along with other defendants "who have been personally served with summons and that unless they and each of them appear, answer and. delenUj in said action on or before the lOtiii day of May. 1933. Plaintiff will take judgment against each and all of the Defendants in said action as l.praved for in said Petitibn. That said action is one for judgment against said Defendants Her bert D: Henderson, and Gertrude M. Henderson, his wife, for and upon account of moneys due on a certain first mortgage promissory note and accumulated interest in the sum of $711.85. with interest at ten per cent per atmum from March 1,1933, until paid and for costs of said action; for foreclosure of a first mortgage given to secure the aforesaid note and interest thereon upon tho following described premises, situated in Allen county, Kansas, to-wlt; That part of Lots five <5) and six (6) of Stricklands Addition to lola. being a re-smrey of Lot "N" Boughtons Sub^dlvls- ion of the Southeast Quarter (SE. U) Section Tyenty-six (26), Township Twenty-four (24). Range Eighteen (18), beginning at a point one hundred (100) feet east of the Northwest comer of Lot six (6), thence south seventy-five (75) feet, thence east forty-five (45) feet, thence north seventy-five (75) feet, thence west forty-five (45) feet to place of beghmlng. Also \o ftvecloee and quiet title PUBLICATION NOTICE. No. 17296. In the District Court of Allen county. Kansas. THE SECURITY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Of Idia Kansas, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. JOHN" REDTHER' and EDNA M. REOTHER, his wife, and SAMUEL L. JENKINS, and lOA JEN-KINS, his wife. Defendants. The State of Kansas to: The Defendants Samuel L. Jenkins and Ida Jenkins, his wife, individually will take notice that they have been sued in the above entitled attion in the above named Court along with other Defendants, who have been personally served witli summons and that luiless they and each of them appear, answer and defend in said action on or t>e- fore the 10th day of May, 1933, Plaintiff will teke judgment against each and all of the Defendants in said action as pfa>-ed for In said petition. That said action is one for juig- ment against said Defendant John Reuther and Edna M. Reuther, his wife, for and upon account of moneys due on a certain first mortgage promissory note and accumulated Interest in the stun of $771.07, with interest at ten per cent per annum from March 3. 1933 until paid aiid for costs of said action; also Jor foreclosiu^ of a first mortgage given to sectire the aforesaid note and terest thereon ujxm the following described preniises. situated In Allen county, Kansas, to-wlt: Lot Seven (7), Block Twenty- two (22), Rhoades Addition to the City of lola. , Also to foreclose and quiet title against any Interest claimed by tiny and all of said Defendants In and to said real estate, and for sale ^ of said property to satiny the aforesaid indebtedness, expenses of Plaintiff under said mortgage, taxes duel or past due, and costs of said actipn; all of which more lully PUlntlff's petition filed in said ac tlon. Given under my hand and seal of the afaove entitled Court, this the 28th day of March, 1933. / N. C. KERR. Clerk of the District Court. (SEAL) APT AND ENFIELD. Aitoii^tji. Sot Plaintiff. •3)-29-(4)-5-12 AUTOMOTTVE Avtomobllea For Sale PONTIAG-BUIGK Sales and Service Guaranteed Used Cars SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 jr. Jefferson Phone 80 6 Asto Aocessories^ Tlrea, Parte TEXACO PRODUCTS — Goodrich : Tires. Cash paid for used cars. Logan Reynolds. 307 West Street. USED PORDSON PARTS—Auto parts; '26 Dodge 4-door sedan. lola . Auto Wrecking Co. Phone 782. Vlcker's (Not Chanute, Kas.) Regular Gas Federal 'Pax Paid, 40 gal„ $2.60 VINE OIL & OAS CO. _Most Miles per DoUar in lola 8> Wasted— Automotive FRESH OUERNSEYCOW—To trade for .1926 or 1827 Ford coupe. Roy Aten farm, Vj mile south, 1 >4 west of Li^Harpe. EMPLOYMENT ii Sitaattooa Wanted-Female LAiJY—Wants work of any kind. _420 North Chestnut. LIVESTOCK 21 Hones, Cattle. Vehlelea COWS — Just fresh, and cows to freshen soa». J. C. Butcher, Wesi Street road. Ponltiy and SappUea BABY CHICKS—Heavy, breeds 500 for $2SJ)0; custom hatching, $3.50 per case; headquarters for poultry, supplies, garden seeds, cabbage and tomato plants. Taylor's Hatchery and Produce, 201 a Jeff. CUSTOM HATCH—Ic In Modem Buckeyes, set ea. Mon Have purebred blood tested chicks. L^. 4c, big breeds 5c, assorted 4c. Russell Hatchery, Gas. Phone 955-3. SWAPPER'S COLUMN P1RAIRIE HAY—Trade for calves, hogs, harness, plow, harrow, wagi on, what ha:ve you. G. A, Mer"ry» man, Geneva, Kas., 2 miles east. •26 FORD—Model T coapb, pick-up bed, for stock or implements. "A. H. Cllnkinbeard. Iforvllle randt. ANNOUNCEMENTS Aactioiia GOOD TEAM work mares, steel wagon like new, harness and hav frame at Holmes and RUey Sale Pavilion April 1. W. E. Lathaa Strayed, Lost. Fonnd LOSTHSmall leather brown purse containing $40.00 ^r more. Llberil reward. Bbeia. Wilton, Geneva, Kas;. or Register office. • AUTOMOTIVE AatsBMblles For Sale Dodge 8AI£8 AND Plymouth SERVICE Dependable Used Can and TndBi ELLIS MOTOR CO. n Phone 301 Oub^Trads—Ttoms 1926 CHEVROLET COACH— GSod; also .418 shotgun, nearly new. Inquire 836 North Jefferson. OVERSIZE CHICKS —Standard ;weight of good chicks is 9 lbs. D «r 100 chicks. Average shipping weig«c of SUNFLOWER CHICKS is 12»i lbs. per 100. including 2Vi-lb. box. Sunflower chicks are 10% oversize. Before buying chicks look at the fluff for color and luster; weigh a hundred. Are they actually from blood-tested stock? SUNFLOWER HATCHERIES, Gas City, Bronson. HIGHER PRICES paid for poultry for our retail trade. Brownie's, tola's Cream Headquarters. MERCHANDISE S8 BoBsehoId Gooda ASSORTED SIZES Congolcum rugs, $2.50 up. Henninger.'s Pum. Store. 25. USED Gas Ranges, $2.50 up. Hennlnger's Furniture Store. STOVES—Coal, wood and gas, new and ued. Large assortment. We trade. Ciutls', 10 N. Washington. USED LIVING ROOM Suites. $15 lip. Hennlnger's Furniture Store. ONE SLIGHTLY used living room suite; one good used dinhig room suite; one used modem bedroom suite. Save 50%. W. H. Wood Pine Furniture. 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190. Machinery and Tools GOOD USED 14-inch walking plow, $4.50. Alien Ciounty Implement Co. 31 Seeds, Plants, Flowers GI^ADIOLA BLUBS for sale; Several thousand Michigan" grown, high crown bulbs; in mixture; 25c per doaen; %l£0- per 100. Templln's, 1023 North Sycajnore. STRAWBJERRY PLANTS — Aroma, Senator Dunlap. 30c 100. Loy Van Aradale. LaHarpe, Kas. ' - -. ROOMS FOR RENT 34 Avartmeate and Flate 3-ROOM APARTMENT—Nicely furnished, modem, sink, utilities paid, garage, $14 per month; adults only. .41l,aonth Sycamore. Realgjfate For Rent 36 : Iteai and Land Far Beat PASTURE—Wild grass, blue and sweet dovtr, salt and water; 75c month for season. A. L. Keown. Carlyle. PASTUBE-^160 acres, for rent; good grass and water, cheap for cash. D. V. StoU, Lone Elm, Kas. SUBURBAN—7 acres, 5 rooms, water, electricity, gas, close to lola. Harry Oreathouse. THE CHEVRCMJSrr DEALER HAS THE KST TTSED CAB VALUES BSr TOWN , 1 1930 Chevrolet Truck, long vbeel base 1931 Cbeviolet Sedan DeUvery 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Coupe 1929 Chrysler Coupe 1987 Chtyfl^ Roadster 10S0 Dodae Six Coope 1937 Dodge Sedan 1929 ttodge Sedan 1928 Essex Cda^ch 1B29 Port! Coach 1930 Pontlac Coach U80 ncd Sedan ins Nash Crape 1937 Pentiac Coupe Ften^ of Other Ba^vdst BUD 'WHITE MOTok PO. 30-ACRES—Improved, close to lola. Raise chickens on shares. Phone 327. 37 Hsases For Bent BUNGALOW—Modem, for rent or sale. 515 North street. ^^Marr^^uses, good location. SMATiTi STRICTLY MODERN-^ Pine condition; double garage: two lots if wanted; about ApS firet. C?all at store. Ml N. JP?^^; ' Real Estate For Sale 43 To Excbaage—Real Estate PCW. EXC^ANGE-320 acres 14 miles south Syracuse eounty seat. HamUton county, Kansas; all tiU- able unimproved; dear; want improved farm southeast Kansas- will awume pome. The Allen Couni ty In*«stipent Co., lola. Kansfli,

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