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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, March 11, 1927
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PAGE SEVEN I MERCHANDISE Se«ds, Plants Flowers 63 SWEET CLOVER—Scarified home grown seed for sale. Henry Cox. -Moran. Kaus. <' SEE;!) C ORN —For sale: Kansa-s- sunflower, Allen County wiite. Pride, of Saline and Slia*;n<'e Wliite: butted., tipped and slieiled. or in ear; $2.00 per bu, Edi U. Trite.s. Moran. Kans.. phone l'tl4. ROOMS AND BOARD Kooms for Jlonsekeciiini; <>i? REAL ESTATE FOR Brokers ia Real Estate. K SOME flOOD BARCAIXS-yIn town proi>er!y. We have them froin $500 up. ArbucklR Real Estate.I Houses for Smle t8* COtJl) .-> KOO.M— AVith barn. 2 lot^r <ir will trade lor smaller hou.^e, garage, east part. 204 Sonth Elm. Hor.SH>—G rooms, fine condition, strictly modern: pxFced right. 209 S. Kir.sf. .Min.'sinKer. I»ho. 6C2J.! . LinilT HOUSEKEEPING ROO.VIS— • Tor two ladies or younj; niarrit d j couple. 211 N. Sycanuire street. Phone in7. HOUSE—Five room moUecn, aoii- blu garage, good locati^on. John Iteuiher. ^ . i NEWS NOTES OF MILDRED Erne^l I>HU S FJIIU«U-< Tenor, YMts , Kelnlives Iiere4-I>euii HiilUe .>loore..'HI(«iieli lienc •Miircli 4. MILDRED. Mar, 10.- Mr. and .Mr«. EMICII Dixou and Mr. and .Mrs. L «iWlH WIIMUI tipi'iii .Sunday niili ' .Mr. and .Mrs. HroHliiH in Kini-iiid. Hob Muil and family w<>re al Lallarpe Friday IIIKIII at,i<-n<linK a Idilhilav parlv on .Mm. Alix-rl Cruii- da«c. .Mr.s. Ilegwoiid and her bnillicrH went to Ml»lvlll<; 'I'liurxdiiy to vinil tlieir eiKter, .Mrs., .lulia Williainn. They had u family reunion there Simday. .Ml. and .Mi,s. Karl Hlckninn and .Mr. and .Mr.s. Ffanlf Ilumnii.ston of Ipla were dinner ,|;ui 'Htti at Jerry HacUetfs Sunday. The Hiininiislons came up for the funeral of Ernie VX'oods. • . ; The .storm Sunday nit;ht look some of the roof offtlie high KC tool building. Dean Hattie .\loore .Mitchel of the Pittsburg Teacliers folleye .Will be with us at thenext Parent- Teachers A.ssociatiou March 21. She is .well kuouii hfre. Iiciiii; of the most interesting spi-akers in Kansas. • 1 .Mr. and Mr.-i. Charlie Spcllniaii were shopping In Blue Mound Sat-.| unlay. ' . '| Mrs. .lake Ryan . is on tlie .-^ick list this week. Don Ray and family were calling in LaHarpe Sunday. Mrs. Ed Moore spent Siiiidav in .lola. i . . ; Wil.son and f:i;:i;iy spoilt in l.aHarije. Mr.s d.-irfut't- returne'd with them for a near Carthage. The Rev. mey wa.s' sent back to .Mai Several from here atten funeral of Ernie Woods at jKlHcald Sun<Iav morning and the! - many friends ex-teiid sincere synii athy to ihe.grh't stricken family. .Mrs. Olive Hexwood made; u bii.'-iness nip to lola Wetiiesijay. Ilarniiui Wilcox of Wa ervflle. W'ash., anl Oti^ Wilcox <^if .\*ew York City, have -been here visiting their Mister. .Mrs. Olive llegwiiod. j and tbclf brcitlicr. CoIuiiibuK Wil- 1 lo.v, ,\ xvcek iiKr> Sunda4 there was it family dinner at thi- home of Mrs. Ilegwood and allioiil; tliose present w.erc: oils Wlloix, of .New Vork liti -l; llaiinoii Wilcox, of Wa- tirvlli", Waxh.: .Mr. anil Mrs. Per-: ry Wilcox, or Cariictt: .Mi>. .Iiilla j Williams. .If lllaivillc. ami Mr. and! .Mrs. Colitnibiis Wllco.v. of .\fildred. j Tli'v-t' are all tlio members of lliej W'lc <i\ latnily wlio are liviBg and it was a happy ireunion. J r. and .Mrs. .lobn Clelluiid of ManSanola, Colo., were also there. Mrs. Clelland is a nicci". Tliere were lif- teen presfiit. .Mrs. King> brother fron^ 'Montana,, whom slit; haiil, not se^-ii for NEWS NOTES FROM CdllONY f Rev. .Iln.knox Ketnmed for other Veor—Sprlnir Start* Fhli- Injf Trliisund FI»li .StorIe^. i I'ersoiiul News (.)lrs. W. E. COLONY. .Mnr. Pnyton.) 10.—Rev. iand Strayed, lost. Found horn LOST— Pair horn rimmed -•'Pec- tacle«.^^Return to Register <-.•' ^i.^^^'-tr^rm' phone 40>. . , j..,^, nortli and' one \i-est a iworli .MONEY—Two $1 bills lost Wednesday. Return celvo rew;ird. to Register and re- |iinio|-t, two miles fola. Phone !i !)7--.':;. :, YOINC nKii'i'li'i and! eleven vears. visited her last Floyd Sunday Duncan visit. E. E. Farmer Harria and wife and E.irl went to Fredonia Sunday. V/. W. Webber,and family .ipeiit the week end in Cbanuie. • IvvoiKint- in Celi- Frcd .MenZie, wife and ter, Irene .Mice, of lola spelijt day with .Mr. and .Mrs. Huriietl. .Mrs. .lohu Parley am! .Mr$. Ilaiid .N'l-vilt. .Ir., sjient Tuesi jCa'rneit. Mr. aijd M's. A. Kelly rel:itiv<^s I ill lola .Siiuday. f. R(uir-icU and daughtet' Kninia,sp»-ni;Sunday with .Mr. and .Mr-.. Will I-.-eiiey in Huinboldt. Knroiite lionie they stopped .lolin's hospital ami vi.sitedl K.sllier itoiiiiiik wlio is a l!i>-re. Thiy also called oil Willi.• Hasting, who is in th jiital rei -.)v<'rin;; from an lion. W'l- aie Kla.l to say Hastriifrs is doin;;' nicely. A number of the members .Mntj C. .1. Knox and HOIIS returned the first !of tlie week from atti-iiil- liig conrrreiice at Topuka. Rev, KiUix wuH ii-)uriieil to ililH charge for allotlier year. • ; | A. .J. \Vesi liiiN been down from < Kaii.ias llily thi.i week looking aft-j er U\s liiisines.s interests here and i on Wedu<'HiIuy he and Hurley Kel-' utedt went fishing on Deer Creek liild- Kel.steill hooked a four and a i|uarter pofnud, bass which .Mr. West took back to the city with him. ! .Mrs. Win. Varner living on .Martin Creek^ west (if town has a real bard luck story to lell, almost v,()ise' than not having any bridg.? | week .i .tver .Martin Creek. She had a \ laugh-1 ib)ck-of thiri.'.i. tame mallard! Sun-|<lucks which enjp.vs life oil the j cr.'ek as it flows through their I Iirm ;:isl below the, barn. Tli.- i other da.y hunter.-; came up from the soutli. ii\nt\ and' itarne.'i o'f eight <j( \t\Hf llock. .Mrs. hopes her remaining' five' will escape out of season hunter.-i.. Coach Brickey took a team of his boy.-; who have been working out in boxing and wrestling t.t Erie .Monday evening, where thi-y participated in a match hut tjid .MESH P..V(; MJST -A Whitiiiu D :)Y I>'< I'UK containing il>>iiiii-. !.'>iii.> chniigo j'.nd a hanilk.-rciil.f. plea .fi' return to l{<gisi<r nifi'e. H<-war.l. WRjlsT WATCH - White Kold;=:=. ."iWiliH, lost. to Regiater. :M.\N I pri'f.-rr iti.)ii. .Mij N.a« .1. 1 «i Piiil.r.-ioli al I'.iYllaii ''< i> IN i )r Siiiidu FINANCIAL Rewai.l if ri'tiirii.d ! Money to Lonil —M<irtgaKe», 40 AirmMOTIVE ADlonidbllo Ai;cni-le4 FARM L0AN3-C ulck| roiiaonable rate i. —— thorne. 213 S, •Washbgton. Hl?DSON-i;sSKN .S..I.- and S.rv- ice. Hud White .ir Co, 2i ;t South Wa.sliingtoii. I'lioiii- l'>o. FARM, AKD CIltY rate on rarros, 5 or sh^rt time. R A>.uiniililies lor .'>al« Walter Rollay at •it.'d Miss, at St. CHRYSLER '•.".!>•• COl.PE ("hiy.-.- ler "To" ('rown Sed;in: llt-2.'.|(U«r- land sedan; 1'J22 ()v >':l;:iii| :->-<laii: 1«2."> .Maxv,eH!<oaih. 1M.! sal<- or irade. ; Rossi .•\r!)iickli'> llarag.-. t liry.slyr Dealers. Ph .ini- .'.i:. DEPKNDAHLE ISIi.O CARS Ilt2i; Chevrolet coa.b: two P .I2.' Chevrolet coaches; one 1H2;: Clu v -t I MONEY TO LO.^iN " I eaKtern tiioncy and city property. Terms and payi^ient ri>«er. Stewart & LIVESTOCK DogsJ Cats, Otiier cnOD P.IRD DOC 1400 or iii(|'.iii;e \- Foi sale. Phone 2.^ Fast Lincoln. II nr.':.' Mr.s. • hos- Opera- .Mrs. . Mr. -Duncan terville. , Mr. :nid Mrs. Perry Wib-o':,- of C.arn.ert and .Mrs. liep ,w':ioil retuni- eij from Hiatvlll.' Sunday .yening. Miss. Eninr.i Long vlsii.'d li.i- auht it; Kincaid. .Joe iirown madea lilp to llial- ville Thursday. Ernest Davis i )f .V .'w York Cilv viHiteJ the Ruxloiis last wi -.k. Il«- wa.t on his way home from S.-aKli-. where he hajl -been singinc. Kjiner Phillips was .:all,-.Mo Kid-!';'.".';' "! 1' -ler. Mo.. Inst Week by the s-rious ! "f ''-'•''I';, '/ illness of luH • .Miss Sophia V.llle. KaiiHas. Frank .Cooiifi. T. U. went Mjie Df the .Mtiai-.'d \V. C. T. I!, altendt^d the CDiiiil .v conv.ntioi; of the W. C in lola Tuesday. Those who! vs >•!'.•: .\l >-::i !ane-.s Wi .o.lrilff. U'est. -WiilKf. Kceton, Holiman, Dimlaii. Cal.lwell and .MiCorhiack. .Mr.--. K .'iMi .n spent the night ii -latives III lola. T r Tom tciur- end 1 lot her. )!• Ha'v.-n of TiiH--:- • has bei-ri visiting al ! Sil's. 1 -ilel! wjent Tues- • .Mrs. Hughs :iiid (-liildr .-ii vi her niollii-r In JMoran Siinilay. | .Mrs.. Donica,! Mrs. .1. West Cli;ip- man. ."ilrs. Hi(ghs, Mr. and .Mrs.; Ceorge KuxtoUi .'Vliss .MeribelU .M'l. ; Mrs. Hughs.-.Mr. ami Mrs. .lobn I'y.-.; .Mr. iindi .Mrs._ Elmer Hite anil .Mrs.: Ira .Norton attended thi- fun.'ral of .1. H. Cramer in .Moraii .Sund .-iy aft-, .•moon. ' .lesse Prather ha'd the iiiisfortuni' to run a iiitcht'ork in his foot one-i evening last week bu' we are glad.! to report his fcioi much beit->r. j Mrs. Zelma ;Oncal of Western, j' Mrs. A. Kelly and .Mrs. jI.e '.Ms at' the httsketball I nam.'Ill in lola l-'rida.v. i .MIMS Li.stiiil spent the Week i ill Kansas City. I Wjss liiez Wilson of Topeku and i .Mrs. Liny Sw.mger of ,KUIIHU|I City I p.iit tlie w.ek end at home. ili;wn to. .citeud the fihieral f Klncald. and Don Ray to. Pardons an .l Cllerryv;ili' .Mr. an.l .Mis. Alhert (irii'iidag and family oi Lallarp.- spent Sun-' ilay al l!oli Alilir'^^.. j i .iitle .Marilyn ISIaix entci^taiiied | li'-r little Irieiids with a hi It Inlay; party .Monday evening.' L-ovtjly re- Ii-isli !iiei .|s w<-rc fSi rved and the: giiesis Were given fluffy little! cliii'kcns as favors. Tin- littl(! folks i fi-l th.-y bad a great time. .1 • Till' IJev. .Mr. Sliikuey will go I lo Crcsiiiic Saturday to preach. .Siiiida.^.-] bill tlicy \vill notViiiove for i a while yd a .s there is sh-,kness in | the liomi- of the Cresline pastor. •Vlr. ami Mr .s. .lohn .Meadow.s and .Miss 1 not bring home any of thehoii- ors. The boys making the lieam were Harry Bertliolf, fJebr, je Ewen, Donald Rog.'rsl Ray Howery. Jack i Denton and' Wade .Mos- : Mt^. Ira Ressel very delightfully entertained the Oolden Link club for Its last meeting, iat her country home north of toivii. A bu.siness meeting and .•;hQrt program occiipUfd part of the afternoon and 4he bo.itess, assisted by .Mrs. Jobn: Ressel, .served adell- wltli 1'"'""^ Uifich. Mrs. H. D. Swifkard wan an linvited guest. Mr. and J .Mrs. W. E. Paylon. Mrs. H. D. Swickard and Heiiry WelLs went fislijng Tuesday iifteruoofi and aren^aking the <-lal'ni-lu the biggest balsrt catch of the season, ritr the string! they brought In weighing Just a little less than sixteen pouiiils. The Ilrgest one of the catch, landed I'vy .Mrs. Swickard weighed three ponndsi twelve ouu<-e«. ! R. P. Owens and A..- B. Smith maile a Uusiiiess trip to riarnett, i Tuesday afternoon. —Telephone tn IR your Classified Ads LEGATE Frank Coonfields. •Wichita. Hayes Hunsak'er visited his mother. Mrs. Mary llunsaker at Kim aid „ - , , , ... ha!iv. Bettv .lean, spent Saturday Kansas, who has been visitiiis at r-^1 g,,,,,,.,,. j,, .Moran. leit Sunday for, ^,5,,^^ ynjot ^u,, Faust spent the week end lii Kan- i s;:s City. Leavenworth and tola. - i.'iiy Rosel-.rook has' mover! on a| 0. A. Mary \ ^- ^ UVVIVIM. NOTK K. At the Official City Primary held March .Stil. Ift27, to nominate candidates for the office of Commissioner of Finance, members of'the Board of Education and Treasurer of School Board the vote was a.s follows: For Comnil'ssJoner of FInanre I and Iterenne. Sunday. .•«>• Jlrs. .Mont Miller went to .Moran i Sunday afternoon to visit her mother. -Mrs. A. C. Best. . The Rev. .Mr'. Sti(-kuey. leiurneil ifrom Conference Monday. He was sent to X'restline for the coming year. Sir. Slickney and family will Heg- ; very 1 farm near .Moran. | . • .Mrs. Lester Stoker, Mrs. wooil's <lauKbter-iii-I;iw, wa.«i .seriously burned in her home .Neosho Fal^s. Her clothing f(re from a re-/.ijor ' stove, tlioughi she will recover. \ , ' Doui forsel the .jlmior play to ibo missed in Mlldretl. aiid we hopeja,,. cjVpn March 21.' Come 6ut and ithey will like tlieiri new home. j)o.".c"ourage the < liildren wi h| your Mildred and Kincaid are to have j ,|-eKcuce. the same pastor for the noiniiig Th.; basketball girls rec year. The Rev. Mr.; Lane was sent box of i -andy Thursday .t.jr here. He will live-at Kincaid. Hej„i„i. their :;auie Tue.silay.i ;la a young man, aiid comes highly j.;,ve nearly everyone ia jrecommendetl as a splendid speaker |.mhi )ol a piece of candy. i •and a man who is not afraid to | .Mildred high scliooi bo.vs [work. H,e will preach here jthe time. I^fii all turn ^lut ',g!ve hini agooil' crowiL . I The "Rev. .Mr. GarKtsun sent igrceiings-to. IIIH: Mlldreil iriends by I jthe Rev. Mr. Stickn.jy. le askedj r Ifor a leave of absencf ami the dis-j 'trlct superintendent i^rant. 1 him iyed a win- Tbev high . . and half!jiirb' pl;o'<(l Savonlnirg's baskkball and t .am.*-- Tuesday evening. The girls won with a score of 4-J-8. The .Savi «n /)urg boys won 20 to 14. A number of Mildred i>eople a»- l.'lidiil the basketball lournanieul at. f.da SatiirdJy evening. ; The olil settlers were grlevi'd to iy. Holmes ---- •...41.'? I. Hecox 1- L. S7* . Arnett .....L ---.....224 F^ir .Meml)ers of tlie Board of Edncatloit. A. Sleeper SI" AV. E. Raiston 770 !(;. .T. Stadler ...l.. ...722 For Treasurer of Board of ;„| . I Edmcation. . ,^ Melvin n. IFronk 777 augiu, rpjj^ names of those candidates " appearing on the regular ticket.'at the Election to be held April .'jtli. 1»27. will he as follows: O. ,W. Holmes and A. H. Heccbt. for Com-, missioner of FinaDcec'and Revenue: A. R.'Sleeper. W. E. Ralston and Ci, J. Stadler Cor members of the Board of Education. ^lelvln 9. Fronk for Treasurer of the Board of Education. B. L.' .McNlEL, <n)-ll-12 ..Ci.'y_Clerk. ! lOLA HIDE, IFUR & W OOL COMPANY Get uur prlres on POULTRY A'St^ TAiUS I Vfe will. COM after poiilrrv B. A.JONES illl 80. Ohio ! i learn of ihe 'lea'li of J. H. Cijanier I of.Moran. .Mr. Cramer may'.truly '; be c.ille.l .-i pioneer of this rocallty. .-omiug ill-re Irom Kalani^zoo. Hiili . in :i ai ly-d.iys. For a'long tiiii.' h<- worki-d lor the late A. (J- West. .\fli.|- his marriage tj) .Miss Lizzie Jfiiiiilh h<- lo.-ateU on his 'phnnu I I'y'ii. oil wliirb a part of Mildred I none 1.. 14 j,^, j^.^^ „i, j, oldi-r •hlldreii v.ere grown when he moved to .Moran in ord. r! that liiv I'.'iildreii might have betti 1 edu- ..-ationnl advantages and' f nally sold I be farm here to Walter iLacey. He was-ia good CJiristian n:Un. ways-Interested in his tliui .(•lioi .l aUd ill anything thai • Mir the community. The liieihis i here doepl.\- symfid IGRENNAN'S MARKKT • We pay the t/aUoyflatr prices: Fancy Egps —; ei-'c No. 1 Emtji . -^isc No. S.Ek^s -i- ^ l.'.e Checks and IHrty Ews ..I3e HenH —— l«e lo iM • Springs j-- I6c to i:'c . „^,„ tonnff npA Old •Cock)'—— 12c with hisiwife and qaughters in Green MIdes 6c Horse Hides — $:{.(Ml Jfe will come after your poullry. iJ. F. Grenhan Prodtice Co. ^Mt Monroe ani Elm Phone 876 lola. Kui. ii. Ill iould many itize their hour of grief. May the 091 the husband and father served fdr almost eighty years c'omfort and sustain them. .M.' ahii Mrs. Clareiiie \\''ilson have boitsht Waller JackBuu's .house. AUCTIONS AnctJon* lOA PUBLIC AUCTION—I will sell at Bishop's Sale Pavilion. IT, . head g(»oi| sheep. C. S. Bishop, .•\lict. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS roli-t niadiitir;- one Essex f?ix • oacli. .These cars all in b .sl of i«oudition. P.. T. Harh.r Carar... 211 street. Pil .ille .".l... . (LOOD liSt:D CAlCi l !t2t: HiiS ;'iii! coacli jivitli extias; 1 !»2I !.Ma.\v\-ll sedan; Ford tourii.g--: licick loiii'- ings at bargain luit-es. .Marr .-^iito Supply Co.. P.uii-l-; De :il'is. Horses Catti OAKLAND PItMIAC '24 Cord roadster; 22 Koril %inipe, fnoA; IK Ford coupe, cb.-.ip;; '22 Hlliliioll ::eil;iii. KO.III :.;|iap'-| '2:! ';Chevr.>let; ;21 Simielijikej^ 4-pass. coupe, line shape; '2:. 11 iu'Vinlet fotlring: '2t; Chevrolet lolnli. line Shape. Some other v.-rv < ln-ap cars. Ca.-Jh.- tern.:; or IrAde. Ho- .'Motor Co. 11.2:1 yORU ROADS'! KR Ifi;:' '-'.ird louring; Font Htai-i.-;-:! ;lii .t ;.'.ii eratoi-s. lola Wi .-cUiiii; ('•.; I'h. 7 >2. liillil|ler> lial- . meiliaiii- Motor Co.. 212 Pllolle 2::. 1!)25 FORD «'Ot;PK loon tin];, in first cul sliaije. P.oyer South Jfffersoii. .1920 /FOIHJ TOI'ltlNC >;i :iM .r. new wiiie- wheels, balloon iii.-s, blue oil finish paint; giiai;iii<e. d. .McCarthy .Motor Co.. 212 .-^..aili Washington. Phone I So. BLACK HOUSE Seve v.-eighi. l.'.fco, sound. H HiiiiiboMt;. Plioli HILLS i- Regis li'lll::, for [sale. |ili;tlia. KliHsas. (;I;KI{NSKY- UI:LI sal foutt -.\ t;ood one for I.-. S. E. .M.(;iinnis.i42ii N. Elm. HORSES JAND h.ead; one pair 2Sui); oiii pair :'.imo: one pai 2 ;.'.0; one mat -.v.-if;lit 12'to; 01 y.-ar.-* old. iveit^Iit well Jirolie fi r ).;!h- mule;;. Weit; old; on.- (i 2100, a,are and years oid, blo.-hy horses; weight \ horse!;, w.-ighl .1 .\|ears old. jiaSr 'niub's. \h .ooj extra Kood. iJoy tiJ ilriv. : one 2 set ; -.vork lia -11. -ss );o(i(| si 't ; I on.- \ i.le line walking pi. w\ 1 Iilo;t, li.'W; one siU oil tim.-. J. HKCIrfTKRKD C v. ar olil. Shortliilrii. I'.ayai-.l. Kims. .Vfljldr. Auto Ac 'ccKsorieD, Tires, I'nrts 13 COOD STORACE HATTKUV C volt, fully charged. cii .Mp. Kdw. Vanderville,' half luile SIMKII. 1 .ast I.allaripe. ^ (U'ARANTKED AITO KKPAIIIS Ford inoiors overliaiib-'i. ••^l -i .oo; rear axles. jl.i'O: .oiiiie. 1 ini; tightened.- trai:-^lii:.-^vi"n bands rejini-d. $2..".": (-h'-vroW 1. motors . overhauled. .$17.""; iiilu-r work in proportion. Hairy I'lrak'-. 70(( S. Cottonivood. Phone 127IJ. BUSINESS SERVICE TEN PICtlY in one -.v.i.'k to ..ii'-<. while onus v.ei-;li from 200 ' af-li; one Diirhal ;;i-.-iiiK four ;:.-illo oil"- llolsHili cow] ili'.; seven gallo ope Ciiern-'-y. talloiis nilB Red Durham, ji I'oiir u;:ll (ins m:l}< I ov. s are irom ii :Wil! sell on tinifi f :tl laille o;* st.>i V C, P.iitrher. ^ Uulldlnir and (onlracliiig !!• 1 Poultry and Bl'ILDINO. CO.NTRACTl.NC - \iil Repairing. .See us before v.ei r.c- lu'.ir or build. We d-i all kimis -ii work. Can save yo;i moni 'y. 11. PaMie. 71.'i CottoiiwiHid. HoTing, Trucking, Storage S5 CORU TRANSFER CO.—Packing, -storage, long distance hauling. • Reasonable rates. I'hone 140 Profesgfoual Serrices 28 SURGERY — Medicine, X-ray. Dr. F. Leoski. Phones: office, 886; realdeocp. 1126W. ' EMPLOYMENT !•:(;( ;s FOR . iilli-d S'ligl. horn flock. .? Citioii. Humboldt C( ptr HIOHEST; MARK for cream, eggsj Oar truck and at your service tr.v; Barker Prodijce INCl'BATORS—2 .-.ich; al.-O R. 1. 1"H;.K Help Wanted—Female 32; J'*-'!" I'recds. jlo. QUALITV ELECT^ilC H.\TCHE1{Y, 'ustoin hatching, per ([hick. liaby ied. %yl per 100; per 100. (las City. Kans. per eg^, or .'.c chicks, heavy b;-( MIDDLE AGED \VO.MAN—Waiite-i to care lor aged lady. Imiuire :!li> .South Third street. ' Help Wanted—Male 33 looo (.lie year. Phone .Mililred. ord. Kans.'is. CHICK OIL n gooill MARRIED MAN-^-WaailiM. ov. r 2.". for responsible position; goiwi pay with chaii(-e tor uilvaiiceiiieiil ; reference re(|bired. Writ.! -C. C." care-Register, lola. Kan-;. Wanted-I. WA.VTED ,1.^. h. tore, first joiiie. per montli^ J. P 9fi!)-2. FOR LoaW-W G^APCTBR /^^Of>K SEAir MB TO <Ser BAklA>' POWDER VMtTK'i ed married the year apiiearing. or respoiisl- ,i !V(- bond. See I llot.l after WANTED TO^ tie and boga Wanted—lirestock M BUY-^All kinds" cat. J. C. Butcher. MERCHANDISE' BuKlneMK and •ervlce A. D. Haw- and i 1 ROOM? in modern : 1 HOr .SK—G i-oom iiioderij. garage, 2 "for light bou.-ekeepiiig. . in. near Jefferson schO (>l. home.' :'."2 N.-Walnut.; Joiiii Reulli.-r. ; ! REAL ESTATE FOR RENT: Apartments and Flats 74 | APART.MENT room inoilerii. furnished, grtiimd floor, front eii- traiice. 210; East .strei-t. Plio. IV.'G. HOISIO—.Modern five room, garage. Hood location. Ini|Ulre 415 S. Cottonwood street. I, Suhnrlmn for Sale 87 Artlcleii for Sale CHUNK WOOp— Poc sale, $2.50 timbei* or Swiiifora. Jihom '.18. 2i> delivered. A. FURNISHED—Entire upstairs. ;! .rooms, 2 closets, pantry, sleepins; porch, front pon -ii. private eii- IraiK -e, mod 'Tli.-1 lose in. Plio. .'>.'> I. sri!l'i:i',AN .-. room house, water, liglitL gas. an acre of ground. Address -R' M." care Register. T(i Exchange—Real Estate 88 Office Equipment M TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE—Rent or; trade. .-\ Iding inachlnes, any make. I'lihl .,- stenographer, notary and mnltlgraph work done. li-er Clobe Clothiers. .MODERN APARTMENT Fariiisb- ed, ground floor.- ea^l ponli. lii- • (|iilre 2oii •\'of:li Colliorii.- Fnrm<( and I.anil for Rent 'Ii :!20 .\('KI-'S- 'I'o trade for Ilicoine?; in lola. lUive some, money to pay • • dlfferelli e. s.iit. Kans. D. K. Watson, Broh- (t.VSSIFIKl) 1MSPI.AV litjil. Farm E!«tiilpment ini'iroVi-il 5.1A FAK.M Well gnilii lurm, half .s-ei-iioii. County. Kans,. iieiir .Moran. .1. .M. Taylor. liKii.peu'ltiii Phoni- InrlepeiiileiK e ,S07, lock and.' All.-ii Write , .- M.I. ' I|OANS—Base' , cify 6.V0. Long' M. Cunningham. I N-Prlvate ! Ill ACRE FAU.M Improved. U!<e<lj.;„„ i;t.;jtv Co.. over Brown's good I .-to,.^ and I lo^n on farms; Low rate. | to suit bor-I TR ^CXOR FUnk. FA R.M AfACH INERY — Coo.I (lis(-. tongue I tru(-k. $17..">0: Suii.^rior 7-12 grain drill, $4.'..00:.j I'tii- good drill. ?i.'>.On; some new,: (Irillf:. .selling! at U-ss than whole-?. : sale on aci onnt of overstock.! FI'R.MSHED Allen County Implement Co. Ja«-k- Dru;; llonseH for Kent e. Y Pets hides 48 :;26 -2i. .vears old. L. Baggett. eied •Shorthoin J. Keiter, West- 4. MULE.S—Twenfy mai-esi weight It 2:! |iir m I llOl built Ml; lior-e. .". lies. \\.-i«ht •. .'. aiiil'ti 2 .saddles; one extra tlin- wa.tioii; -Ihtli; one barrow; oiie luowiiig iiiacbiiii>, al- hay ,\LF SOWS hi ee and toi : PLOWS —Two Little j Cenius's, $!)0 each: -N'o. :i Primrose cream separator. fi.-.O lbs., ?7.".; Il' L:ival, .">00 lbs;, -SO.'.. These, an all new niaiihines that we i arc , (losing out. Ralpli E. Sniiih.iKin- 1 caid, Kans. 1 'I HOL'.SE - Five idoii:; slri(-tly niodejii. nicely fiiriiislie.-; Kar.ige. 710 -.\. WashiiiK'on or phone lOS. ' j HOUSE—.". rooms/.t;ara.!;e: also pas-| '1 lure in countiy.' W. II. \lorri-<oii.! LaHarpe R. 2.. BABY CHICKS USED r.MPLEMENT. BARtJAINS- 10-in»-Ii John! Deere gang plow; 12-incli J. I. jCase gang plow; IG- inch Emerson sulky; Clover Leaf HOUSE—.Modern sev.-ii r.n'in lioiise. two blocks soiitli of siiuar.-. I'lioin- ii2yw. •^'oil Cliii ik- 2"0. .s2:! spreader; ('a^j John Deere lion's. lola. ^e corn.planter; 14-10 >i-;i- Harrow. Slian- Fuel, Fe<d, Fertilizers ALFALFA: H.AY—Loose and baled. E. L. Weldinj .". iniles north. :{ miles east of lola. Phone 94f>F12. KAFIR FODDH per load. 4 2'.i. miles no^th H. Gei-d.sen. LOOSE TIMOTHY HAY—2 ton in barn. Kelleyi Phone 9C2-:{. WELL ROTIED MANURE—For i-ake Will C. Bil ;t.-her. .Male. 011.1. W. King. I ]illoile. \j\'ill farrow weeks, nd liliK k ones. Itio pounds <<>wj. just fresb. IS jiiilk per day; jijsii fr.esh. giv- ii'iilk p<-r day; St fresh, giving per day; one -it fifesh. giving per I day. Tliesc to years old. or will trade for attle or hog.-. Supplies 4!) II.\|T('H 1. N(; — From mb White Leg- hundred, n. C. Kas.. plume -iCO. KT—-Prices paid aiid poultry, cliicket) coops are o pick up poul- Co. Bho. 658. iell (jiity. 140-egs R. ejigs. Phone flower:!, gar.l Mill.-her. 00 SHOCKS- corii. extra Coop. 4 toil Humboldt. fine.' 7.'.c sbo.-k. Houseiiold ti'oods FURNITURE- rooiii .\uite. 2 beds, sprlii^j I'or sale or radio. Fisbe PlK lie fHftW. Fi.RNiTiriu-: :>ed.-;. rocker'- sewing maibine. china closet, cedar wardrolx rola parlor • port, siiieboari chairs, and nlumerous library tuUU-. 4fffnt-\ furnace, beil dav.^- I, typewritc'r. dis^:-,, other articles. Sadie .\ilams. 214 E. Jai-ksoii^ RUCS— Ten (I minister H.xli .*2}i..')0. Henlipnger's SPl!:CIAL PRK on Congoleuiii steel lieils. an! Hrvsoii Fiirn .iefferson. ST O RACE B J XUGAINS— 1 Karpen (hair leather. $12.r, librarv table. HOVER — Un .Ml com^itiim. $<'. '<('. [Rose jKIng. Bay- Testock AO •a 1 <-oWs to pas- fPrst s|-rved. $2.0o 'oiieuing. Phone mirror. ?i:;..-.< lamp, ivory SUL.'iO; 1 ne* frosted brown] o-ik kitchen dition. $22; elei-lric (-lea (liiartered oaH in(-li round chairs. S-IS. tare Ci). .Viisical COOD PIA.N'O jjieaji. Phone HOUSE- Five with gara.iie. sou Cioe.-rj. liou:-;e. nu>il.-rii,-l Call -A. W. Aiider- I'hoii.- 2; I 2-2' J 1. THREE. Rob.M HOUSE—Kle.-tric lights, city waller, loiated at I'iOS South Chestnut. S.-e M. A .Sclilick. i -aii buy Slate Accredited now for 12.00 per 100; 2011. $:!.-,.:-.0; "400^ ^47 110; .',00. .?.'..>(.2.".; t;00. $C9.00; l.oo 'i. sllo .oo. Poullry feeds and sjppli.- . Cic-tom hat^hing, ic i .er egg. uur highest per cent o!i Ciistoiii Halt-hing week w ;i:; 5:7.t;-, of all eggs set. Sturfly Chick Hatcherjr •22il Wev-I SI, lola, Knn»i CLASSIFIED DISPLAY R—(Jood clean. $l .-r .o Whiles east LaHarpe. | of slab. Charle.s i Farm, mile east lola. US or lawns. J. C. -Corn fodder east, half ' with .Mrs. : north I r>9 S-piece oak dining resser. :'. useil rugs, .s. mattress, rockers, trade for ln-ns or , .S20 East Jackson.- Ot s room house, stoves. ilrirssers. FREE AIR FREE WATER FREE OIL and GREASE RACK SERVICE HE .S(H'-\HK TO YOURSELF IJE .SQU.XRE TO YOl R .MOTOR AND USE HE SQUARE GASOLINE ANDOILS Doii.tflas and Washinifton Ave. J. A. Roberts,' ARent. iseoul rugs. patterns Ax- your ( boii;e. Furu. .Sto ^e. E SALE—This week rugs, gas rangiis. 1 (-0I1011 mattress.|-s. lure Store, i North used with genuine black ; 1 new mahogany la real bargain, fl."); 1 ii:;ed rjuarlered oak buffet in good coiiditioii, has large bevel plate mirror. $22..".0; 1 used f(uar- tered oak.dre:iser with bevel plate 1 new reeiV floor jiinisli. two .socket. fib:-e table lamp. ] .finish. $i;.r.O: 1 userl , (Jabinet in good con- i used Torringtoii i iier. Sl.'S.-'.O; 1 used ; buffet. 1 used 4.".- I table, ti used) oak j -jl. R. Sleeper Furni- nierrhandise 02 For .'^^ale; will sell 1400. Seeds, PUnts, Flowers 63 ALFALFA- Sf:(ED-Kan Common, $12.60- a bushel. C. W. Works, Kans. EXCEPTIONAL USED CARVALyES A Used Car Is as Depcinlabit as the Dealer Who S'JI K It: We have on hand at prp.=;ent the be:it asKtirt:iir-iit of used cars we have ever had that must be iiidveil 10 make room for .our new cars that.are nov.- coming ill. 1!)2.» I)0IM;K t OIPK. same a- new. I92C 1»0IH;E SEDAY. same jis new. 19i»6 imiHiE .SPOUT ROADSTER, .sliirhMy used. I!l->.') illOIXlE TOI'R)\(.'. winler lop. a real M\lne. 19i« OAKEAM) EAMlAU SEDAN, al a bargain price. lifJC ESSE.V COACH, sliglilly used. l!«r, FORI* JSOAIlSTElt, a real value. I!)i>.> F(»RI> KOAU.STKK, n real tiity. l Two VJiii FORI) f OIPES, .same as new. Two l!)*.-. KOKD tOlTRIXJ.S. woriri Hie money. 3 (•'(Mtd Ser»icealile Used I'oril Trucks, ('heap. Ten other good cheap Ford touring'; and roadsters that we must niojre. We trade or sell on easy terms. Dodge Brothers Cars -CJraliaiii fSrotlitrs Trucks ELLIS MOTOR COMPANY 214 .\. WashlngloM Phone 801 (Open Evenings and Sundays)

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