Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 30, 1933 · Page 7
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 30, 1933
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iOLA, KANSAS liWS OF fin i''- IVbimnle Lodee Host to District ">\ ' l^eetlnr With Ladles of O. E. S i ^; Servtag^ DJimer. \i ': (Mrs. G. H. Ford.) MORAN. Mar. 27.—Mr. and Mrs. • V -Carl Shlvely and son Jlmmle, Mrs. ' ; ^'VeVa Hobart and children Eloise, r • "Keith, and Wanda Louise, motored to polony Sunday afternoon, for a y; -vlell; with Mrs. Emma Keith. ' ; ; ETwight Barnes and Dicky Weast i were overnight guests Saturday of ,;; -ithefr'grandfather, H. D: Smock and • :' \Mre. Smock of lola. Mr. and Mrs. ; - cSmdck accompanied them home , : • rSunday morning and were dinner t .. .Tiuests of Mr. Smock's daughter Mrs. ' . W. W. Lam and family. Other din• ner^; gue^ included Mr. and Mrs. ) . 'Howard Barnes and Dwight; Mr. \ 'Haiik Smith was a caller in the al't- • ^rntson. Air. and Mrs. Seth Archer and : ikir. ;and Mrs. Roy Griffitts and little ; idaughter Virginia. lola, were ' ' iSunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wes- r -ley Sarton. ; • • Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith spent • Friday in HiattViUe. guests of rela: ^ .tlveft and friends. '.. : I^wis Egan, Chanutc visited here t iturday with Mr. jind Mrs. Frank ee.^. ; • Mrs. R. P. Brown visited Friday f ' i&i thu home <.i her parents, Mr. and.'Mrs. A. J. Bardwell. Bron.-ion. •• Gene Ford and wife vLsited Sat, iuvrift'y with Mr.i. John Judge arid • ^family. Mrs. Foid and Mrs. Judge :;r are'iistcrs. ' H F . and Mrs, Charles Leech, of -Miaini, Okla., came SaUirday for a . ; \ 'Visit with Mrs. Leech's mother Mrs. ^ ; W. ^ Rumbel, and her sister, Mrs. jGeoi'ge Weatherbie and family near .LaHarpe. Mrs; Rumbel entertained ; ^with a family.dinner on Sunday. Mrs. W. A. CJine and her sister • \ Mrs;-. Nettie McCorrtiack Visited Sun"day jaftcrnoon in lola. ; B,^ H. Rodenberg has closed his ;hom« in .town and went Monday Tmoriiing to live With his daughter y.. Mrs.' E. J. Weast and iamily east ;of town.. In making this change Mr. '^Rodenberg is returping to the • ;farni that was his home many years -' 'befojre coming tb Moran. • Mr. and Mrs. .Ernest C. Wilson y ; visited several days last week with I . ;Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,i • .J. F. Schnelle, Aurora, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bartlett and son-Warren were Sunday guests of ' • Mr.:and Mrs. Will Young west of ; • towp. Rf!v. J. R. William•^. pastor of thp .,* Methodist Episcopal church, left Sunday afternoon for Cottonwood :;; ; Falls fpr a visit with Mrs. Williams , and; their little son who have been " : there t{ie past two weeks, and from '' -there will in a day or two go on to •,; , Lawrence for the annual conference!) ' • of .[ihe 'Church postponed from the regular date early in the month. Mrs: E. T. Gilmore who has been •at the home of her father. P. N. ' Hartzog. LaHarpe. assisting In the cart of her step-mother who was THE NEWFANGLBS (Moiii'n Pop) THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER.'THIJBSDAY EVENING^ MARCH 80. 1933. ALONE AGAIN! .t»AGE SEVEN mf BE AARK C L OUDS IN OUR SKY, SUGAO,pur THEV DOM't CAST AS H AOOW C3VCR OUa LITTLE NEST, MOVN TH«r THE OELATWJES HAVE CL&(^£2CD OtJT TO BE AUOME \bu AMD ME. SWEETIE AftOUT GEtTHE AMD Ai—VOU KhCfi EyAcny vtw TO J ves- 11/ THE CENT MAY BE tXJCTHE. 0tLL »«OMtMe' i^4. AND NdUR OOB GOMt ;Birr SCWEHOW, By Cowan \Wrt»iT ff AL DID BOBBOW AUET 'EW KEEP IT! FtFTY-FivjE B UCKS-AS /ru, TEU-MOU I LOKJG -AS GAMES IX / VNHAT LITTLE TUBYU. MEUER cowe XCASH WAME AROUWp SOTHEQWGjCAM'T HEL«> us. GET OH ><tX)I2 TttlMGS!| VNERE STEPf'lM'OlJT v^]^0 PLACES/ J/ji seitfously injured when struck by a ' \ niptor truck two weeks ago, re; turned home Saturday evening and .. reports Mrs. Harlzog slowly im: ; protving. T Clyde Youn? went the Ifist of the week for a short visit in Wichita J wjtii friends. Mr', and Mrs. Harrison OUphant ..and two daughters Helen and Wil- mh, visited Sunday at the home of • }: Mrs. Oliphanfs parents. Mr. and . ; Ml^. Frank Smith. Elsmore, On Wednesday. March 29. the lo- cat Masonic lodge will bo host to thf' district meeting held hero on -W that day. The ladles of the D. E. S. •, will serve a seven p'clock dinner to • . alt in attendance. ' , ; jPo.stmaster and Mr.s. Raliili Mar' tli; entertained at dinner Sunday " Mr. Harry Weast and family. Par- liAGLEARGOMPtEXiON 1^ ______ r 1, Ruddy cheeks—sparkling eyes— ; niost women can have. Dr. F. M. Ed; wards for 20 years treated scores of women for liver and bowel ailments. J: ':. tHiring these years he gaye his pa; tients a substitute for calomel made of :.; 4 few well-known vegetable ingre- ' dients, naming them Dr.; Edwards • " Olive Tablets. Knew tliein by tlieir » Olive color. I These tablets are wonder-workers , . jin the liver and bowels, causing a ',: normal .action, carrying off the waste and poisonous matter in one 's system, .i- .; If you have a pale face, sallow look, . 4; . duU eyes, pimples, coated tongue, • : • headaches, a. listless, no-good feeling,- vJ iJl out of sorts, inactive bowels* take ; > one of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets ' iiightly for a time and note the pleas; ^ . ing results. ' 1 Thousands of women and men take : Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets—now and then to keep fit. 15c, 30c and 60c. "MY NERVES WERE JUMPY' i Says Mrs. J. J, Looncy d{ Olive Branch, •iiliss., ""Since . I took Lydia^ fe. Pinkham's Vegetable 'Compound, I sleep like a: child. M>f ;nerves are steadier .and I have DO pains or ache/ oi any son." Get a bottle from your druggist today. Vegetable CcmQiouiid I 4 THE J. F. GRENNAN ; PRODUCE CO, C. O. COGHILL, Manager :: POULTRY AND EGGS Egg Cases aind iSupplies start Yonr CUcIu Bltrbt tSE PlLLSBURt StAK :nNG FQC^D .Old and Reliablfr-Establiabtid 1911 (J,i»t '^est or the "Water Tower) sons, and Frank Shoemaker. Cherryvale. Mr. and Mrs. Franzy Gilmore and Miss Gertrude Gilmore'visited Sunday afternoon with Mr.. and Mrs. Everett Eastwood near Elsmore, Mrs. Tom GImlln who underwent a very serious surgical operation at St. John's hospital, lola, more than two weeks ago was able to be brought 'Thursday to the home of her daughter Mrs. Ed Manbeck. Mrs. Gimlin is getting along very nicely, and will remain with her daughter sometime before returning to her own home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin visited in Chanute Sunday, guests of their daughter, Mrs. Earl Cheezem and family. Mrs. Elizabeth Simpson went to Kansas .City Suhday to be the guest of her daughter Mrs. Donald Merrill and Mr, Merrill for a few days. Mrs. Dumont Sickly visited Sat- uvday in lola the guest of her mother Mrs. Zora Cox. atid her aunt Mias Clara Harris. She also enjoyed a visit with her uncle Bert Harris, and his daughter Mrs.' Sam Knox and Mr. Khox, and their little Son Harris, all of Herington. Mrs. Martha Strong and daughter Miss Ethel Strong, lola, visited here Sunday, guests of Mfe. Strong's sister Mrs. Charles Mendell and Mr. Mendell. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Smith were guests Sunday of Mr. Smith's brother, Charles Smith, Savonburg. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith visited from Friday, until Sunday evening in Chanute at the home of their daughter Mrs. Dee Mitchell and family. The Vatican MORAjN, March 28.—The announcement of the Masonic district meeting to be held in Moran should have read Thursday, March 30, Instead of Wednesday. A large delegation is expected to attend. Miss WUabeth Harris a teacher at Lane. Kas., spent the week-end here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Harris and her sister. Miss M. Lucilia Harris. Mr. and Mrs. ; Marion Paul of Pittsburg, Kaa., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry F^ul of Kansas City were Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Paul and other relatives. • - • ' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cook and their son Roy Cook and wife, Bronson, went to Chanute Monday to attend the funeral service of their nephew and cousin Dan Combs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCoy were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. McCoy's sister, Mrs. A. A. Armstrong and fagilly southeast of town. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cox had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swanson and Mi*, and Mrs. Eric Carlson, Elsmore. Mr. and Mrs. WllV Stitzel and children and.Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stitzel and daughter Miss Mary Stitzel were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stitzel and Mrs. W, H. Buck, Erie. Mrs. W. H. Persj-n, Lamar. Col., who has been here the past two week.s visiting her sister Mrs. L. D. Mitchell and family and to attend the 50th wedding anniversary of her brother Isaac Carl and wife, last Wednesday, at their home in Parsons returned to her home Satur- daj'. . Mr. Duke: Myers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Myers and Gleeford and Mr. Frank Myers and family were among the guests at a family dinner given Sunday at the Will Myers home in honor of Mr. and Mrs, Claud Schooley of Independence, Mo., who were here for a visit over the week end. N. L. Harris who has been quite ill since coming home from Fort Scott Friday is reported improving today. Mr. Harris is suffering from an attack of Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. John Kerschner and grand-daughter. Miss M a 5t i ii e Knight were Sunday guests of their daughter and aiint Mrs. Tom Fudge and family. lola. Mrs. R. R. Nevltt and daughter, Prances and Edith visited relatives and friends in Mildred Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Weast entertained the . members of their bridge club and a few friends Thursday evening and had as their guests Messrs and Mesdames ftoy Bartlett,- A. B. Mendell, Chuck Brouillard, Wesley Barton. Linley Hills, John Kbppers and Mesdames Harriet Twlneham and Ruby Kerschner. Mrs. Fred Apt lola and her mother Mrs. J. C. .Norton were calling on friends Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alderman had as their dinner guests Sunday Will Alderman and family Elsmore, and In the aftiemoon other guests Womeii Everywhere Who A*"* Tired, Nervous, Rundown W OMEN of all ages can find help for delicate organs by taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Avoid worry, . blues, backache, bearing down pains and the weak- 'eriiiig draini of. wo- 'manbood. Women all oVer the country _-jiise It as docs Mrs. J. W. Karr of Iw; So. ,iP«ie St.; JEiiploria, Kan*. $he sai-s: "I :usedi one bottle of Dr. Pteite'i' Fa^te Pr«ctipiioli sevdvl }e«n ago when.I was io a nin-doKti cond)tien,,le!t tiled and nervous allitiie white, and it totosthened my «hoie ajntem. I ssi Blad to^jotk welt 'of it." kriM IO D>r..PImcV qiale i>' Bufola, HORIZOXTAIi 1 Snare. 5 Uncovers. JO Last word of a prayer.' 14 Part in a drama. 15 Plea of having been elfiewhere. IS To dwell," 17 Sir Ronald Lindsay la to the United States from England? 19 Playing cards. 20 Aye. 21 Bronze, 22 Snaky fish. 24 Derby. 25 Cover. 27 Half (prenx). 29 Kingly. 32 Aurora. 34 Plums. 37 Native name of Persia. 38 To drowse. 40 Fluid rock. Answer to Previous Puzzle Maa aiaa snna mm raw w HEI^ •Hn ||[2r ;[lJ [li][i]BaHU HPS on s an ssra BaararaHBifaHffinmaH, sannaalf^ra^fiia^ - wanaa I EaariH 45 Bill of fare. 46 To ventilate, 47 Female sheep, 49 To recede. 51 Hops kiln. 52 Cry of the sheep. 55 To lease. 57 Supporting. iSOTo surfeit. 61 Irregular. 62 I^erb. 41 Who presented 63 Otherwise. the Vatican with a wireless station? 43 American puccoon. 64 To preclude. 6 ST O ;darn. VBRTICAI J 1 Hod. 2 Where is the Vatican? 3 FulWength vestments. 4 Tiny vegetable. 5 Founded; 6 Exclamation - of sorrow. 7 To free. 8 Tree yielding oil. 9 Male progenitors. 10 Wing. 11 First U. S. ipecac. 13 Home of & bird. 18 To depart by boat. 23 Limb. aS 'Weapon of ; war. 26 Garden tool. 28 Pertaining to a cheek-. 29 Border. 30 Epoch. 31 Dresses. 32 Prophet, 33 Ocean. 35 First, woman. 36 Perched. 38 Slighted designedly.. 39 Adhesive ointment. 42 Unit. 44 Sky tor. 47 Gaelic. 48 Welfare. 50 Tiresome person. 51 Bones. 52 Liver fluid. 53 Soon. 54 Grew old. NEWS OF COLONY Crowd* Attends Tryonts for Anderson County nCn^cai CoAtest Tuesday Nfght. state to declare 56 Golf device, a bank holiday. 5S To toss. 12 source of 59 Male sheep. 2. 4 b e 1 IO rr IT 15 y \fa- 17 y 19 iJO •a i iL'i 1 ' 29 34 m w> 40 4i 44 i m\ 1 ^ 55 i 57 i b\ 6^ fe5 i 64 ^5 ^30 included their daughter Mrs. L. D. Smith and Mr. Smith, lola, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stafford and Leslie Bacon and family. Mr. and Mrs. 8, E. Fowler had as their guests Sunday Mr. Tom Fowler and family Selma. Theh' son William Fowler and family who had been here the past week returned Sunday to their home In Atchison, Kansas. Miss Lucille Hall, Lawrence, spent thd week end here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tonj Hall and other relatives. Her mother accompanied her to Lawrence for a visit. J. T. McAdam visited here Sunday and Monday with his son Prank McAdam and family and daughter, Mrs. A. B. M.endell,and family. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS (From the Office of The lola Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) March 28, 1933-^Deeds. Ida M. Land, Administratrix of the estate of C. W. Land, deceased, to Esther F. Atkisson, the undivided half interest in that part of NEM of 9-26-18 (formerly known as lots 1, ,2. 9, and 10, CofiBn's addition to .Humboldt, having been vacated May 6, 1921), commencing at the intersection of the south line of Leavenworth street and west line of 8th street, city of Humbpldt, west 642 feet, south 590 feet, East 642 feet north 590 feet to beginning. $80.- lone E. Boyd et al to Geo. Lotterer and John F. Lotterer, 8M of 225-20. $1,00. C. A: Dickinson and Minnie R. Dickinson, husband and wife to Charles Johnson, receiver of the People's State Bank. Moran, Kas., Lots 3 and 4, Block 22, Moran City, $1.00, R. W. Harris and Nancy G. Harris his wife, to Charles W. Johnson, receiver for the People's Stkte Bank, Moran, Kas. $1.00. Fred L. Shipley and Beulah Shipley, his wife, to J. A. Chewnlng. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. and 14, Block 2, Moore's first add. to City of lola, and Lots 12, 13, and 14. Block 6, Moore's second add. to City of Tola, $1.00. Milford C, Langley and Ethel B. Langlcy, his wife, to J, A. Chewnlng, Lots 10, 11, and 12 in Block 2 of Moore's first add. to City of lola, $1,00, Ktorch 29, 1933. Deeds. Elmer E. Johnson, a single man, to The Central Life Insurance company SEVi of 33-26-20, containing 180 acres. $1.00. Katie Kemmerer and William A. Kemmerer, her husband, to Eda Rochl. Lots 7 and «, Block 50, City of Humboldt. $1.00. Bare yovi a bouse lor rent? Or Jorkale? .Want to Way anything' I ^Ose the Classified coIumoBl I'm not going to tell you very much about next Saturday's meeting for I want to keep It a secret but you can take my word for it there will be lots of excitement if all of you members are there. And say ii will soon be Easter. How about an Easter egg hunt for all Mickey Mouse club members. Would you like to have one? Please let me know. Next Saturday Tim McCoy virill be with us in a rip-roaring western picture. "Man of Action." Chapter No. 5 of Clancy of the Mounted. One of my latest releases Mickey Mouse in "Birthday Party" and "Babe C Mine." Here are the numbers for this week 745 . 453, 537, 104, and 964. Dont forget to be on hand next Saturday afternoon for my big meetln'. So Long, MICKEY MOXJSE, A small ad in the Classified columns often puts over a bis deaL COLONY, Mar. 30.—A large crowd attended the tryouts for the Anderson County Musical Scholastic Tuesday night. The pijogram Included numbers by the boysf glee club, girls' glee club, girls' quartet, boys' quartet, mixed chorus, mixed quartet, orchestra, a trombone solo by IJean Brooks, and boys' and girls' «olo8. Colony will be represented, next Friday, by the follovwing: piano solo, Trcva Thompson; boys low solo. Dean Brooks; boys medium solo, Lorraine Townsend;! girls high solo, Edna Pearl Wilson; girls low solo, Marie Smith; girls! medium solo, Edna Pearl Wilson; and the group, niunbers. There is no violin solo or trombone solo this year. • Professor Worsham, of lola, was the judge Tuesday night. The senior play, "Listen to Xeon," is to be given in the auditorinm April 14. The cast includes Dean Brooks. Wallace Jackson, John Tonkin. Lyman Hanthome, Edna Pearl Wilson. Dorothy Gooden, Nadine Christian, and Lois O'Harra. Miss Alma Sue Fetterhoff is the coach and we are all looking forward to an excellent j play. An elimination track meet for the country schools around Colony was held here Tuesday afternoon, supervised by Jesse Lucas. Prairie View, the school taught by Miss Juanlta Hester, won first place. The Anderson county j country sdiool track meet will be held in Gamett next Saturday. As an added attraction to the Music Scholastic next Friday evening, the Kansas State Teachers college of Emporia string quartet, of "which Floyd Denton is a member, will play in the auditorium while all are awaiting the judges" decision. The Father and Son banquet will bo held in the Christian church this 'evening. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Mastin will attend the Simmer county music contest this week-end. The Home Management class, of which Miss Frances Conard is instructress, has begun the Home Nursing unit and arc learning to make occupied and unoccupied beds, this week. The girls seem to enjoy this work. The Mulvane debate team visited Mr. and Mrs. V, E. Mastin a short time last week-end while en route to Topeka. where they won second place in the state debate tournament; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker, Pleasanton, visited Dr. and Mrs. J. B.' Crawford and family Tuesday evening. C. A. Hyde, who is suffering from a severe illness, is no better. Miss Sarah Bradley was taken to the lola hospital Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W, I. Fowler and daughter ITolanda, of Atchison, spent the week-end visiting Mr. Fowler"s sister Mrs. John H. Hill, and Mr. HIU. Mrs. C. R. Lawrence and daughter Margaret of Cherokee are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Henderson, The Howard Livingston family is ill of influenza. O. W. ScheU and E. P. Scheifel- busch went to Topeka today where the latter will broadcast at 7:30 o'clock over radto station WIBW during the Farmers Union hour. H. V. Pugh, Yates Center, was a business visitor In Colony Wednesday. •Junior Veteto, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Veteto, is much improved after a very severe Ulness. The regular quarterly Royal Neighbor birthday party was held in the Burnett hotel Tuesday evening. A lovely time was had and delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. A. Ii. Willey was an invited guest. Mesdames Rosa Lewis, Ed Hunzicker, John Martin, and J. H. Burnett were birthday guests. T^e foUowing members were present: Mrs. Josh Mattlx, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Ceidwell, MIS. Marie Rarick, Mrs. W. J. Stanford, Mrs. Henry Wells, Mrs. Laura Owens, and Mrs. Frank Bouray. Herman McOown is in Gamett on business this week. 6uy Crammer made a business trip to Part Scott Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Swayzee, Lawrence, were business visitors in Colony Wednesday. Mrs. C. O, Belvoir made a business trip to lola Tuesday. H. P. Olmstead was a business visitor In lola Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hiil, Mr. and Mrs. George Ewen were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Haas Monday evening. Bridge .was played. Mrs, Florence Jackson and a friend drove to Independence last night and brought Miss Daisy Dickerson home after a week's visit with Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Smith and family. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mrs. Jackson and Miss Dickerson. Pred Bropks, lola, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Clyde Hamilton, and family. Lawrence Nolan has been ill this week. Prank and Orval Rock, Eureka, were In Colony Monday transacting bushiess with J, M. Nolan. Mr. and Mrs, Claude WUliford were Neosho Falls visitors Monday. J. M. "Nolan Is in Lament this week on business. J. H, Bkourup, Miss Tena Skou- rup, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ressel and family were| Sunday dinner guests at 'the, P. E. Wllmoth home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Humbert and family were dinner guests at the home of his mother, Mrs. J. D. Humbert in lola Sunday. Charles Knoepple made a business trip to Moran Monday. Evidently believing that warm weather is here to stay, several of the business houses and residences have taken down theh- coal stoves. R. W. Ooodeh and W. R. Henderson returned from Kansas City, Mi»iday with a load of 41 sheep, all of which stood the trip In fine shape. > Will Reeve made a business trip to Hilltop Monday. Robert Bwen of Chanute is .spending this week in Colony with relatives and friends. Guy Crammer made a business trip to Kansas City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack John.son and son Bobby entertained Richard Porter. WaUy StoefBer, Mr. Peterson, and Mr. Atzbaugh at dinner Monday evening. The young men are members of the Oraco dance orches- fra formerly of Emporia but now having headquartersj in Coffeyville. "They will soon be heard regularly over KGOP. Ralph Jones and Merle Smith were business visitors in Chanutc Monday. Superintendent and Mrs. E. V. Mastin went to Kansas City, Saturday in order to choose the trophies for the Anderson county music scholastic which is to be held in Colony on April 7. Miss Carolyn Moreland spent Sunday with Miss Esther Kelley. Although Monday was their golden wedding anniversary Mrs. Grayce Henderson honored Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Henderson with a dizmer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tumbull and daughter, CotmcU Grove; Mrs. Orayce Henderson and sons, and the honored guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Henderson spent the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John O'Mara. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Wiley and Margery spent Monday evening at the Henderson home, all in honor of'their weddipg- anniversary. ^ Mrs. Salms of Westphalia, left Monday for Parsons to visit relatives, after spending a few days at the Nick Bowman home near Colony. Much interest seems' to be displayed In the coming city election which will take place the first of next week. DE SOTO G SEDAN DURANT-COUPE ESSEX SEDAN FORD COUPE." 31 DE SOTO 8 SEDAN WHIPPET COACH. "28 ROSS ARBUCEE GARAGE CkRYSLEB-PLYMOOTH i Sales—Service—Parts AUTOMOTIVE 8 Wanted—Automotive FRESa GUERNSEY COW—To trade for 1526 or 1927 Ford coupe. Roy Ateri farm, mile south, VA west _ of LaHarpe. EMPLOYMENT Kansas City—Upon complaint of Miss Mildred • Lyle, 18, Pleasapton, Ka.s., a charge of embezzlement of a diamond ring valued at $230 was lodged yesterday against Frank Richards, itinerant tailor. She told W. J. Gllwee, an assistant prosecutor, that the two drove here yesterday with the intentions of being married. Miss Lyle said the groom-to-be disappeared after ^he had boiTowed her rmg for the j supp>osed purpose or obtaining measurements for a wedding band. The ring was a gift from her parents. Police have not located Richards. LEGAL NOTICE OF FI^AL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas, Allen county, SE, in the Probate Court in and for said county. In the matter of the estate of Albert H. Newman, deceasea. ' Creditors and all ot|ier persbns interested ui the aforesaid estate are hereby notified thatj I shall apply to the Probate Court in | and for said County, sitting at the court hou.^c in lola. couifty of | Allen, State of Kansas, on the 19th day of April' A. D.,1933 f'or a full and final set^ tlement of said Estate.! and for an ordej" finding and adjudging who are the heirs, devisees and legatecd of said deceased. DORA A. NEWlVpVN. Administratrix of the Estate of Albert H. Newman, deceased, i March 23, A. D., 1033. (3)-23-30 (4)-6-13 (First Published In The lola Daily Register March 30, 1833.) CONSTABLE SALE OF CONFISCATED AUTOMOBILE. BEFORE J. M. LAMER, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE IN AND FOR THE CITY OP lOLA, i ALLEN COUNTY. KANSAS. \ i' State of Kansas, Plaintiff vs. ' John Summers, Defendant By virtue of an order of j sale, In the above entitled case, to] me directed and delivered, issued out of the Justibe Court of J. M. liamer. a Justice of the Peace in and! for the city of lola, Allen County. Kansap^, I will, on April 8, 1933. Aj D., at the hour Of 2:30 P. M, of said da^, at the horth door of the Courthouse, at lola, in the County and St&^c aforesaid, offer for sale at ptibli^ auction and.sell to the highest bidr der for cash in hand the following described personal property situated in said county and state, to-jWitt One Essex Coach, engihe No.; 617134. bearing a 1932, Kansas' License No. 5-5643. | C. C. MCPHERSON, (3) 30 (4) 6. cinstabje. IS Situations Wanted—Female LADY^Wants work of any kind. 420 North Chestnut. LIVE STOCK Boraes, Cattle. Vehicles :COWS — Just fresh, and cows to . freshen soon. J. C. Butcher, West ; Street road. ROAN- SHORTHORN BULL—17 months; millet seed. Wm. Helman. Phone lola 996P12. 22 Poultry and Supplies BABY; CHICKS—Heavy breeds 500 for $25.00; custom hatching, $3.^0 per case; headquarters for poultry, supplies, garder seeds, cabbage and tomato plants. Taylor's Hatchery and Produce, 201 S. Jeff. GEESE EGGS—4c each. J. B. Nelson.: LaHarpe. CUSTOM HATCH—ic in Modern Buckeyes, set ea. Mon. Have^ purebred blood tested chicks. Leg. 4c, big breeds 5c, assorted 4c. Russell iHatchery, G ?ia. Phone 055-3. HIGHER PRICES paid for poultry for jOur retail trade. Brownie's, lola s Cream Headquarters. 'TALK CHICKS WITH WILLSON" We have one grade only—THE BEST. Allen County's largest Hatchery. Every flock blood- tested and certified by Judge Harris. Every chick hatched in Sm£th incubator. You canlt beat this combination, and you get It only at Willson's. All Standard Breieds. No higher than ordinary chicks.. We arc continuing our Custom Hatcliing Special, $2.7S per case. WILLSON FARMS HATCHERY : 2 miles soutli on 73W OVERSIZE CHICKS — St.indard weight of good chicks is 9 lb."!, op .r 10ft.chicks. Average shipping weigui; of SUNFLOWER CHICKS is 12'Ai lbs: per 100, including 2',i-lb, box. , SuJiflower chick.s 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. 23 Wanted—Live Stock SWAPPER'S COLUMN HEDGE POSTS for balkd hay, calves or chickens. Phone 327.; EXTJiA GOOD BLACK HORSE—5 ycRi's old, weight 1400, well broke, gentle; pure bred Holstein bull, old enough for service; one sow and pigs, nice; Jersey.cow, 5 years old, just fresh. Will exchange for sm.all horses and mules, broke or unbroken. 411 South Washington, LaHarpe. MERCHANDISE 28 Household Goods ASSORTED sizes Congoleum rugs, $2.50 up. Henriinger's Fum. Store. ONE SLIGHTLY used living room suite; one good used dining room suite; one Jised modem bedroom suite. Save 50%. W. H. Wood Fine PvuTiiture, 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190. 25 USED Gas Ranges, $2.50 up. Hennlnger's Furniture Store. YOUNG BOAR—Chester White, to trade for com, or sell for' $2.50 CTSh^ Chas, E. May. Phone 962Fg. OUT OUR WAY ByWilUams ANNOUNCEME^flS:.- Auctions GOOD TEAM work mar^s, st^el wagon like new, harness and hay frame at Holmes and Riley Sale Pavilion April 1. W. E. Latham. Personals. PERSONALITY COLLARS —Hand fagpted collars and yokes. $1.00. Exchisive designs and trimmings. Mrs. Rogers, 414 So6th.0ak AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Sale SAUSS ^^^^^ s^cB ^^oim Dependable Used Cara and ELLIS MOTOR Phone 801 I Cash— n »de—Termi 1926 CHEVROLET COACH-Good; also .410 shotgun, nearly hew. In< quire m North Jefferson CO. PONTIAC-BUICK Sales s»d Service Guaranteed Used Cart SHELLY MOTOR! CO. 214 N. Jefferson Pb^ne 80 6 Anto AcccMotte^, •arm, Paito. : TK5CAC0 PRODUCTS — Goodrich Tires.; Cash paid for used cars. Logan' Reynolds, 307 West Street. Vlciter's (Not Chanute, Kas.) Regular Gas Federal Tax Paid, 40 gal., $2.60, vrm on. * GAS cp. Mast Mdea per Dollar It^ lola STOVES—Coal, wood and gas, new and used. Large assortment. We trade. Ciu-tis'. 10\^. Washington. USED Living Room Suites; $15 up. [ Hennhiger's Furniture Store. Machinery and Tools GOOD USED 14-lnch walking plow, $4.50. Allen County Implement Co. ROOMS FOR RENT 34 Apartments and Flat* 3-ROOM APARTMENT—Nicely furnished, modem, sink, utilltieB : paid, garage, $14 per month; adults "only. 411 South Sycamore. Real Estate For Rent 3.6 Fanns and Land For Beat PASTURE—Wild grass, blue grass and sweet clover, salt and water; 75c month for sea-son. A. L. Keown, Carlylc. SUBURBAN—7 acres, 5 rooms, water, electricity, gas, close to lola. Harry Oreathouse. — — 17 Hooses For Bent BUNGALOW—Modern, for rent or sale, 515 North street. COTTAGE—2 lots, chicken fenced, poultry house, bam, garage, V. C. Archer & Co. Phone 304. FOB RENT—Houses, good Jocatloa See O. E. Pees. SMALL STRlCTL'Vr MODERN— Fine condition; double garage; two loU if wanted; about April first. Call at store, 801 N. Jefferson. 38 Wanted—To Bent to 7 ROOM HOUSE—Modern. P. O. Box 388, lola. Real Estate For Sale 43 To Exchange—Real EsUte FOR EXCHANGE—320 acres 14 ^ miles south Syracuse county seat, Hamilton county, Kansas; all tillable unimproved; clear; want hn- proved farm southeast Kansas; will a.s.suini' sonir. Tlu; Alk-n Count .v Investment Co., lola, Kansas.

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