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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

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CONTINUE UP Many Stocks, Rally From One to Five Points Today. —L- , . New VTork. March 25. (AD — Stock prices made further recoverj^ . in today'b market. Wb»e a few • s^oft spots continued to crop out. many st<icUs rallied ^1 td 5 points with fodd, motieii picture, electpic- al and motbr at5Ceiwor>- shares giving the best den)9nstration8 oi group strength- The "strengthened credit situation as reflfecfcd in the weekly BtateiBent of the federal reserve lia^ks; and. reports oT~ improved ^business - conditions, exercised a 'huilish ihfltience. The volume of 1 radlhg. however, showed a. tendency to fall off. L'- S." Steel Coinmon crossed 165 to a liew liigh record.for all time. Railway cquipmefets' were again under; accumulation: on reports of new orders from prominent carrier Systems. . • ' b : Houston oil. .which recently sold down niore timn 25 points from the year's high, .'wps one of the d^y's outstatiding strong spots^ jumping nearly 10 point^-. ' •' Sterling bxcftange went to a new high level forjtl^e year.' Kansas City Hay. Kansas Citjf, March -25. (United States Department of Agriculture) i;. S.-No. 1 alfalfa, very leafy $21 5/25; othgr quotations unchanged. KsBsa!) City LiTCst4K-k. Kansas .dffty. Jlarch 25.—United Slates Department of Agriculture. -Hogs 4,000;,; slow, extretjiely un- lOLA HIDE, FUR & WOOL COMPANY . Oct opr price; AB POULTRT Ji>D ECOS We will comie after nonltrj. B. A. JONES III So. Ohio Phone 1307 even ;• mbjstly steady i to : stronj, with < Thursday's av^jrage; stocl: pigs , steady $11.50(^512.50; tO) $12.25; on 140 to 150 pcrtknds; desir able }T0 to 190 pouiids. $11.60^' $11.90; m to mpotinds, ^11.154 $U.50; 240 to 3S0 poulnds,.$10.46( $11.10; 140 to 150 poiindB. $12.00« $12.2^; packing sows j$9.35^'$i0. i Caaie 700: calves iBO; all'kill­ ing xtlasses fully steady; vealbri |weak to .50c lower;" stockers an<t feed^s sloMr; several! loads medium t» gootl .fed .steers $8.40^) $10.25; practical veal top $X0.5i); tew ^lliO. - Snjeiii-l.QOO; lambs steady t> ! strong; I toP wool-sk'lpncd lamfcj $15.14>; {choice '76 pound sprin; lapibj* 1(17.35. • ' KaiiSH.s Cily (iraln. Ka.^sas City.' Mar. 25. (AP)- Wheiit: Hecelpls 85 c^rs; uncbanf ed M higher. So. 2 dark haid $1.2^<&1.3i; ^'O. 3 $1.26Vs@1.33M; .Vo. 42 hard • $1.27@1.33; No. 3! J t $126 :tit @1.3.'I%;.No. 2 red H-Zi^ip 1.26;- No. 3 $1.24 @ 1.25. Cofrn unchanged. No.'2 whiic it 70CiJlV=c; No.. 3 65%@6»c; NO. 2 yellow V3(fi)75Vic: No. 3 71%j?' No. 2 mixed 69(g'72c; No; 65(fi;«9i6c. Ojlts linchanged. .No. 2 wh.ite jit 45'fMSc; N 6. 3 42<iYi<!c. Milo maize $1.]3@1.21. Kafir • $1.0^@l.lfi.i nye 91@!li3c. Bfirley 75(&76c. : C'fose: Wheat: May old $1.26*; .Majj new. $1.25%: July $l;2ia;. , (^orn: .May 71^sc:^ July 75c; S<|pJ 7Si.'." '. ^ GRENNAN'S MARKET Wie pay ike followlB; prlcci: Fancy Kunrs :'.^-L-__-23c \o. I Kirgs _._lSc >o, 2 Kgps i-i..l«c >"o. a J -]p(r.s — .,-I.>c Hens .-:_.-_I7c to 2«c Sprln?!* Ide to VJc ll«r«e Hides v —§3.00 Green Hides — .——Co Youne and (Hd Cocks ; 11c We ^^lll <jomf aftCT yonr poultry. J. F, Gren^an Produce Co. Ki >st Mft'nroe M' Elm Fhone 376 ' T«aa. Konn. Clilcjijro Livestock. C^iicago, Mar. ^. (United Stat ;s Department of Agriculture)—Hojs 20,C00; top $12.25; bulk bettjr grailes 150 to 190 pound averag >s $ir.50(g:i2.20; 210 to 250 poun Is wefcht .mosUy $11.50@li.S5J 2 50 to iso-poun^ butchers largely $11 11.20: 310 to 350i pound offtr- Ings $10.7.=;#10.90: packing ^oirs mostly $10.10.(R 10.35: stroig wc ^ht' slaughter bigs I mostly S1K75^ 12.25; heavy weight hOKS $10|75®n.30;- medium $10.9Q«?12; liKlit $11.40© 12.25;' li ^ht light $lli?0^12.25; packing sows $9 90 (UlifM: slaughter pigs $11.3E@ 12.5s. i • ' I . -. t,4itUo 2.000; fed steers $13; f-w loa )(l8 $12(012.23; bulk $».50#11 50 spj^nkling short fed down to $8 50 an«l below; outstanding heavy Kosher cow.s $S.85: jno!»k fat'conrs $C.25«87.S0; upward to flftor (id \otf shipper vealcrs scaling SO ijniincfe upward; light v^alers $! Sf m.i • \ • Sheep 10.000; early hi Ik woo! lUiAba, $13.:{.-.(fj 15.85; chdice hajj wplght. wooled skins lield Slff.15: few 95 10 98 pound navly $15.25(ff in.a't; cliprped larjibs ?i:i.2r.SilJ: choice hanily weight clippers held upward to |14. few fat ewes $i.50^9.50. - ^For prompt resultp use Classified Columns. ed dy abt^ve laijtbs he Having rehtefi r.vi niilea.Isoutho (iravel road, and my farm 1 oaii of Colony, 1 wilt sul( at I'l^blic Auction at the lil miles north of Gas,ion— inilo eouth anil ',i mile cast of, end 7 o'clock wharp, tlip follQwIPB deti(|rlbi(d properly lice of 3 «^*|> ne «»y u-nu) «if diflfi l^pj-gVi, .|[l'ywir -*(H M «tk K«ldin«. WiPlijiuwIe «•< >"»ii will lliid . K'WictK /.|l'Ki:-l.l;#.; J h\m\ nmre ijn <>biljm«ii^(, weight 1,500 lb».: I ti>>,\n njiiliJIe JjorW' niip' J(.yjettr -4 «I. glviiiK .'I italloii 'L .Kf • uilik pr ff/ajfj 1 J-ywir-ol(J Klving 3 Kailpas jwllk i^r day: 1 6-yeitr!- old slvli^ zii Kfllo/iB per day; i 3- year-o|(^ (iv^ • XVt gu fonit per day; iary««rK>itl heifer; 2 2-yeAr- old beUejca voAi £all heifv.- rmlvea. All ^l(|b brei stjajDf. , NlkiS^n» pure bred C. 1. C Oilt. weight .200 lbs. I'OfLTRlfi-Ten dozen ;12. glisb strain WhU«;Lesh6rn^, layiii.~inre -TlISCElXJliNEQrS— Two oi; barl. ;. rels. 1 sp -galii 1 30;.chicken CV JP R; some. cann^"" f^uit; good sau.-^jge T mUl: ;1 crossticut saw; lot of saved woofl; bftnc'h/of steel traris. . l .HPLE3fE>TS—One godd wagon .bof. eictm Sideboards; 1' ^oop _bo^rd: 1 nen—flat toji white pitir hay .rack;" .-i. 6-^<K« MjcCormick mower: 1 iioComuJBk bay rake; J BJIflJck.bawjk..cpm pl;^t^r;J,^ 1 dis-. liH|fow; I .'.-foo^ Mt 'ConiiiiiU ii ow- •'I'^.l 2-MP«'ll<iii imwow; ^1', {• p, M'^tH'h WBIHIIIU plow, ii«|irly lew; 'i |f«iiy Wnrf ilulilvttiwrii, 4 't <h »v(Bl NpEliiK triii; ( NirliJK wuKtrii; t feed «i -6i(|(pr; 1 fofg-; i HDVI MI 1 ioiivy wttgoii Juckt 1 »lt ?vk atiii tu (i <)r; 1 3 (|W|on ironlko ^fli: 1 Mi^ilt Iron kvUIji; 1 Iff-foJDt ifiditr: tc^jiii;: Bcoup>i; «|ii;^<S«! -«i ||id|iM>: w^ges; di}c U-fpotj |df ctiiifi; .plt|b forkfl; 1 |rindatotif;. 1() rpdi 3 -f |6t i-JtK'h'njeilj <A*^' tiii^; \ spline seat; l' w er,:anja other arUcles to<>| Bupiejroi»8 10 Jnentlon. [blue aiie HOr -SEHOIJ) «001W ^-One rango; 1 Dowagiacj large wi^d heater; 1 oak dining tible; chgfrs; rockers: i: library table; 1 coigch; 1 sfwlng inachin^; 1 df-— \\kg table; 1 stand table; 1 ^ bedv springs; 1 Westeip^Ele|:trlc telephone; 2 lamps-; 1 klfchen .'net; 1 wash boiler; fl bent- Iht- cab- wood chbrn; 1 S-^galion! cream canJ , FKhl) -150 ^bushels good cphi; lOu bushels of JuuRr; se ta^ks of bran; 5 tons of epQ jfta hay^ spine bated jirairt^ TEllMS TASiflr ^W yonr biliOieri»elfc«* d^(ej |ir sale. •' " '' tTnnrh on RronudR. NEWS OF MILDRED Denn. -of Women «.. , Tenclieni CoUege £ wtarwjit r«rent-TeaclMnr Andre Fanllr t«j Dean iJattie Moor© iSHtchell wllli lecture at the Pareh 't -^erfchera Association Thursday eyenl 'ng.- The high school will farol^h masic and the primary band will playl •The agriculture class bas; been budding and {ETftftingrluid is mak-j ing some inwct bpoUetsJ The sevenfh and «igbtii crade girls ha,vc orsasized an »tbletlq club to study tbe^ {un^amentals of basketball, annory ball •• and ten-^ his. They are playing in the high; school gymBaslum ^ree "nighta each week. , 'i ! ThtiILadi«s' Aid met with Mrsi M. J.! Keeton Tburaday afternooni There was electloa of Qfflcera as' follows: l>'re8li )efr. Mrs., Myersi first vice -presl4<nt, Mrs. Rnss^l Reynolds: secodd Tioe-presideotl Mrs. Dickep8<>#: | tiifasorer. Mr^ Keeton: secretary, Mrs. Aadr^ Besides other tbiAgs paid by tjia Aid this >-ear was $345.00 on -the trastor 's salary. :Tbe members 'ar«, hustlers and the cbiircb would have a-bard time meeting Its Of nancial obligations were it not'for tbem. -; ; i "Shorty" Young, who has been ill for some time,- is back agaia.ajt hjs chair in the barber; shop. | "Curley** Myers came np from Blackwell. Okla., aqa .spent a few ^ys with his famUy. ^ i Was Letba Lacey is at Bronsoii helping get the : stock %t. gooA straightcjned np whiih ,was moveb from here. \ 3Ir. and Mj-s. R. R. Neyltt Jii. and Mr.' and IMrs. 1^. H.' Blab e spent' Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson's and Mr. and Mrs. Royce. The Rev. Mr. Stlckney"-did not get to fill hiif; appointment jt Crestline Sunday ou Account tf Saturday's storm. Mrs. Kstel DUoni and Mrs.Le\ is Wilson were in .Morau iTuesds y afternoon. , ; T A number of (Jas City folks, li- cluding Mr. and .Mrs.'I.,e^lie Beeil- ing. attended the play Monday e - enlng. We were^ glad to welconie them and hbpe ithey wllI.~cotde again. ; The Junior students gave thejr pla.v, "The Path; Across the Hil ". in the high school auditoriu n Monday evening. They had a fi 11 liotise and alDenjoyed It. It wis a good: play, well given and ^ll the characters deserve special iiieutioji as they played their pants so well, that every!] one is pralfe- ihg them and also Miss Listen, their sponsor, who iCpajcbed the n. Those taking part iwere: Samuel Crawford, Richard Woodruff; R<*- ert post, Harold Dozier; Waltsr Conrad, Floyd Meatb; Dr. Jimnie Reed, Olin Burris; Salamapdr. Roscoe L^wis; Mrs. Davis; Mildred Myers; Riith Conrad, Ruth Rrbwb: Flo Gray,/Roberta Galloup; Lutle, Ruth Cunningham; .Zurui yiolk Curley. Mrs.' If a Norton playled the piano; 'Mr. and Mrs. Willard Lowe, who have been visiting ith^ir son, Jjoe Lowe, and family,; returned to tbiMr home !• Colony Tuesday. Mrs. .Hegwood's' brother of New York City, has bceij Tftilting her and his brother, '.Columbus \f\\- cox. •: \' R. R. Neritt, j Jr.i and ' fam ly Hpeni Sunday at Don Ray's. " Mrs. £?erett fWl and M ss Olive Ilackett droVe to PUtsbirg Friday eming and Rjiiont the wqck end Willi ttlM VeM Hackett. They alio VWUK •Mopnn.' . j Mr». t\imvi if berai visit ng her daufli^en Mrs, Iluniaker Wnd Mifi, Lowty. A baby baii come to make lu home with Mr •nd Mfs. JeromMiij jat clitronl :iQto I the • Barley's Use and irley will ks ow^er. stock of liardware for laind la; the. Sftn Lois .Valley. Tfi3f»s. ,The goods has been moved boldiog ItAt .vacated b^ stock, of ^ general mercb: we naderstand t Jno.j It out for the Tfi We are «orry that the' A'ndre family Js leaving town biijt jbtipe.Mrs. l^dre's beahb wIR be jbeneflted by the change. I ' Mrs, Wilson and 'Mrs. Royce were shopping In lola Monday. The "Sew and So" |club met Friday aftcrnopo. with i|ilrs. E.; £. Harris. This Is aii embroidery dub alid the guests 'eoUoyed an atlernopn of fancy work. Delicious refresjiments. carrying. out, St. Patrick colors were served and all enjoyed a . delightfiil time. Those. present were: iMesdames (barrens, Royce, Farmer, Patterson. Lewis Wilson. Uriess Nevitt. Dixon, Blaise, and Collins. Jar. and Mrs. 13. C. Prkje of Independence. ]Cans.,-are here visiting at Jake Ryan's. Charles Robinson of Icolumbus, Mo., spent Thursday night with bis sister. Mrs. M. J. KeetoA and family. He is a missionary in Japan and. is in tbe. United States OB a year's leave of altsence. C. L. spiUman and family spent Thursday evening at Dewey SpUl- ipan's. SCOTLAND , March 22.— Hazel Jackson is as- Bi &Ung Mrs. wafred Mcjfatyre with her work since Mr. Mclntyre bas been sick. He is mi^ch> improved now. • J I David Cation'hauled corn to Elsmore Fri4ay. T Unlld^ et the Priesbyteriaq Church jnijt WMhkMUUy AfteramB > " St the Hdme of I Mrs. / t. A. JbdiHbaeh. : Dr. and Mrs. Parker and Billy called at John Gibson's V Thursday evening.' ' , A Little Pattie Mclntyre returned home Saturday aft^ B|>ending a w«ek with her ancle land aunt. Frank and Tessie Thompson. Hugo Strubhart calletf at John Gibson's Tuesday to gfel Barbed Rock eggs to jsel. Mr.: Ross X'an Houtan is on the sick list. Walter Roberts took him to the doctor Sunday. . Tom Cation called at pavld Ca (ion's Wednesday. 1 • ^ ' Ernest Smart lost a work bb Thursday morning. It choked orfj 0.-JHB. • •; • j • , jMrs. Russell returned home Saturday after spending a Week visiting at the home of herjsoa Uro- vcr Rusftell. '^i . ^ Alex Forrester and \^»ter Ration-called on : Wilfred •'-Mclntyre ! ;teaiil from i .Atadi ^on ai* I Sunday aftemoo'n. . . ' jhas slackened ; Will H UBS deiiverwl hogs Mon- 1 ,>„ account of day for Ro»s Van Houtan and Wal-i of oil. ter Roberts to Mr.' Price of Els- niorc. , Mr. Wimmer boug;Ut a fine Jersey; cow last week from Dr. Ster- | (aining the' Ui B. B. O. ijlub this C!«rroni. t Mr. «d(( Mr«. uf Oeneva palI'M Hunday,' i . Lewd WI ((«ofl was (In ' Kansas City Uit WMk «ndi wait delaye^li lit coffltof hemo on VIgh waters. A nilmber of thej wJih the measles. The pfitor's wife and her mdlb- er were down from Klnctld 'for the LacUea' Aid meeting Thursday.. «ucbobt of'the chiidren are ill HUMBdLDT, Mar. 24.-iMf and Mrs. Marion ManiOn are ttai: par-^ ents of a son weighini; selve 1 an^ three-fourths pdiinds, ibrni ] estcr-^ day. Marci) 23.'-''They piave pamcd hip Marion;William.; The Guild of the Presbjiteriai^ church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. T. A.) Ralls ^^b at her home on North j I2th' Street., Mrs. L. T. Ca.ntaon ^'as tbe as listing hostess and the ;efbctioii of 0 ^fleers ensued as this j was' the; i,nnual meeting? ot tills ^lass. of wbic H Mrs. F ,D. Culver/(s teacher. Tb< corps of .officers were' all r«^-e ^cteUf Mrs. Frank Miller, pre'sideni^;:'. Mrs.; C. A. Reynolds, vlce-pre^l^ent; .Mrs. E. C.-Barljodt, secreUcy; and Mi-s. E. P. Smith, treiasuret. The altornoon was j dleasantly -spent wltbfauey| work and atr It> ^ose a two-course Iqncbeon was ser>'e4 with Mrs. B. El Wise assist ng the hostesses. MrsJ Harry Lyins n. who is here visiting relatives before leaving for her new home in Texas, was a guest., i Mrs. Leo McGannan and daughter, Mary Jo. fare spendii^ this week In Parsotis with Mrs. McGannon's parents, JMr. and Mrs.j J. R. Tiemcy. i i " Mrs. T. V. i >^cGatfnon anl small son left Thursday for th< ir new home In Tesa^. Mr. Mc Gannon bas been at Shamrock, Te :as, for some time. j A number of: young i)eop e from the Christian Endeavor societies will motor to Pittsburg on Marcb 25 to take some partita th? Pres- 'byiprial being held at that ^lace. Mrs. J. Will {Adams, wKo underwent a major operation ln<t le Cha- alite hospital recently, an 1 who liie bi«€n seriously ill. is coivalesc' bg-aqd will b<e allowed tc return ^rne next week' if she cout nues to. in prove. 'I The family of B. T. jLllly. the new, owner ot the HuiAb )Idt ice plant, which was rcbcntly purchased from Fred Freemdn will be hew residents I of Humbqldt. W. .1} Schleicher is att home "adipon a.s pusiness up In the f)il field a drop in the price , cnhatllnt;-productijjn to a ?reat extent,' ind thus interfering with all, businijss at that «ace. Mirs "Thelmi Willlarai? i]* enter- FORD -i -I$?4.fordor sedanl rirlginal finish, gbod upjblstery. lick steering . wheel.' goba •tires, {food cbantcalj shape. A guaranteed Ford cai EaJsy terms. 1 McCarthy Mobr (5).. 212 S. Wash, i |Pho. 893. OAKLAND — Dealers—iPONTIAC '24;Ford[roadster; "22 Ford coupe, good;. 18 Ford coupe, cheap;: '22 Hudson j sedan. gMd s^pe; ;'21 Studebaker 4-pas8. cqiipe. itne Shape: '22 Dodge coupe, good:; '23 Dodge, coupe. Some o her very cheap cars.^ Cash, terms' or trade. Hbbiart-$tee!e Motor Co 1926 1926 IRYSLER "70" Mrysler -58" co^pe; 1926 SEDAN— EOGS -i ^lli&'e' bred Bnlf Rock, tor hatching/ 50 «f per isetting. > Kelley Farm; .T^bope M8F3. • EGGS — 'White * Wyandotte,' Irom range flock, ciifled for type and produetlQa by state expert, |3 per 100;' Mi^ 'Rntce'Armacost; mile east % south lolai Ptone'^8 -21. UTGKBST: MARKET —PHcea-.paid 'lor.'creain^ eg^"' and pooltryi Our tmdir and eMdfeir coops are afyotirisei^ce Iter pick up poultry. Birlfcr. Produce Ca Pho. 658. HATCHING ECSGS—Tlhls seabon. standard'bred. Sunshine, S. C. R; I; RedP, 500, per setting, dark red. long hack; bred to lay. Mrs. Dan Rice, 4 mlles.west. 2 south of Jola. QUALITY ELECTRIC riATCHERY. "Sas City, Kans. Cnstom hatching,: 3c per egg. or 5c per chick.! Baby chiefs, heavy breed. $12 per 100; light breeds. $10.50 per 100. . WHITE ROCK kGGS—For ietting. Phone 1109.- 523 South Oakrgtreet. Wanted-^LlTestock £0 PASTURB ;—Open April first.- for cattle;; -popular-prices. Not responsible for ,bre%chy= Stock. J. J. Keefe, N. Kentucky road halt mile. WANTED TO BUV— All kinds eat- Ue and hogs. J.. C. .BntchiBr. Wanted -r -To Biiyt BUT WANTED TO -h^fdge posts.' Ctyde ROCHMS ANI) BOJVBD [ j: liMas tor rtonsekMrtbHr tit HOOSfeKEEEXNG ROiii orth Wal^"^ ftu-ishcd. Inquire 606 jnat street." • '. R<!)OMS—Two furaisbed jtfor light ^ Honsekceplng. fe?erythlne' lumisK-;-; ed. 302 North "Walnut: REAL^^AtE FOlt kENT Apartinente and Fhjtir 7*' TWO ROOM APARTM^T—Piir- niched, modern, ground floojr, out:^.,j side entrance. Phone' Fanny and tawd tin- ABOUT 8» ACRES—01[ farming and mow land, 5% mfles northwest of Tola. John R<juther. f, 40 ACRE FARM—Improved: Jackson Realty Co., over Brpwn's Drug Store. ' 40 ACRfi FAR.M—Good_: Improve-, ments. 3% niiles east'MiMred. % mile to- school;, sell or rent. Earl Hickman, Mildred. 80 ACRES-^Near Moran, *ome pasture, rest tn cultivation. Inqntre C. C. Mccarty-& Son,! .101 Sguth street. Phoiie^216. | i - I,' 160 ACRES—Two miles! east • of Savouburg, for rent. Stewart & Chrysler t'58" coach; 1926 Chrysler -60'']coach: 1925 Essex coach: il925 Overland sedan; 1925 Maxiwell cli|b coupe; 1926 Ford road- Ister. We:'trade. Roes JArlmckle's ^Gairage. [Chrysler: DeaJcrs. Pho. 56. Ante AJecessortes. Wrej Pilrtjf ll USED PARTS—We carry a most <>omp!ete lino of used parts, bat- .terles, etc .'t lola Wret-king Co, iPhone '782; !i ' SERVICE CORR TRANSFER CO—Packing, 'stortkgei lone dlatand» hauling; , Reasonable rates. Phone 140. i Emfenloaal Eenttn tS SURGERY —MedlcMl^ 3t-r«y. Dr. F. Lesafcl «lK »e»: omc9. m; resldtincc. U3XW. i 4 I EBgLOYMENT ^elp W«ate *7 -ji(ale • « .M,ARRliD MAN—W'antyd to 'Work on farm. See me' at oiiice. Fred Holmq^lst,. Yates. Center. Kans.. PORTER WANTED—At once at Kelley'Hotel.' Call in {person. RELIABLE FAR.M HA^•D—Wanted immediately; experienif-ed in mlHciiig: apply in person. A: H.fKnoep- pel. Phone 53-3^Colony. Kansas. llelj^^Male hnd F^emkle ;M ling. Verna Howerian Is very bjid sick. We are s(|rry to hear, that the Doctor has np holtes of bis recovery. He has measles and com-1 plications. LEANNA DISTRICT 79 • Miss Fern McKlnsay spent the week end {with Miss Erma Cation. John Catibn, Roy Boggs. Art White and: Son, Chester, helped Elmer W^ite reshingle his house.' Kenneth ^nninghom delivered hogs" to- Elsniore; Monday for A. W- Roberts.. <: - ' V. t\. R{cjhar<|8on Jr.. was absent from school Tuesday. .Mr. land Mrs. Charlie Bacon spent Tuesday evening with Ernest Smart and family. Lester McKelvey was absent fpom school Wednesday. JOSH Craft motored to Chanute Tuesday. Mrs. MInnIo Alforrt cnlled on ,Mr8. Gladys Smart Wedocsday n|terhoon. '• ' eveniBf. ! . Dr. H. M. Webb left j-festerday for Kaiisas Cit>-| for a href biisi- n^ss trip. i '! - AWNOUyCEMBNlg: 10 One red itibber boot. Jl«"" turn to Penntngton (irwory, Hnrpe, or call Lallarpe phone 7H6. POCKKfUOOK—MlacK. conlnihlng bills and Nmall change. Finder pleaite leave at | R^gflfHer office- ' AUCTIONS PUBLIC AUCTION—Ptfblic aucUon ^ _ every Saturday at 1:00 o'clock at Al Andre has traded his lairgey Bishop's Sales Pavilion. AUTOMgnVE Antomohlla Ai HUDSON-ESSEX—S^les ajid Serv- ItT. Bud white M South Washifagton. too.. 219 Automobiles for Sale DEPENDABLE: USED Studebakcr {duplex: ,8hai)c; a real snappy ster. four new tires'; 1926J «oach: a reiil bargain Ford tonringl Marr Auti Co.. Buick Dealers. DfiPENDABLE USED CARS Chevrolet coach; 1925 coach;'Essex! conch; Hter, worth the money: (Chevrolet r(>aditer, reflnlsbed; 1923 Star 1923 Chevrolet njadstor, and rcflnlsbeh. B, T. age. 211 We»t street. PI Dodge 1 )22 rebt ilt II CARS— i9l6 Al road-: Hudsoii a -1923 Supply roadster, Biilck —1926 (|:bevroIct road- F. n. ^nd ifoadHter; rebuilt Ilnijber (lar- nne fiin. (.'POD i!AHS- (;IIBVR«W<K'|V 2 1021 'f f imiNOH. pSKX. l »3fl COACH. Ll|<» NEW. fOlW, 1925 j TUDOR, i-'Onu. 2*1925 TourlnRM.jJK-w l/res. KOnD, 1922!TOUni.N{J. FORD. 1924 I'. TQS trRUC<. BQTER MO-rOR (O. 212 S. JEFFJERSON F|H ONEI 23 S AND HIS jFRIENDS UMtlUMCW^-JTiUDAlkEX PAY IT BAOi rt>AlM-« AJJ Tpss tcoikJo Buy udrsj OP JEliy BteAAJS-^P MA.V AS 'D WO.MA.N'-rinterested in n'?ep'!ik cows and cliic'kens and truck laming wanted^ Meadows Farm.! 2«4 miles south of Katy Depot.; Ilumholdt. • 1 . FpfANOAjL 'Business Opportunities 38 $2,000 STOCK—Of drugs; drug -sundriies; " fountain and • lunch countfar. Only store in good small •"town' near Ibla. Wdnt cash or consider real estate. possession. Splendid bargain. Call on Th'e Allen Coiintyi Immediate Investment Co.. Kjelley Hotel Bld^., lola, Kas. Moley to: L^aii—Mortgages M LOAMS-fQuIck | service and iiiable; rates. A; D. Haiw- 213 S. -Washli^gton. MONBTf TO LOAN—J^lvatel and .^eastern money to loan on farms 'and ! Low, rate 'city property. — Terms and payment {tp suit bor rcw^rl Btewart &jFUnk. FARM AND CITY liOAN&-Base rate on (arma, 5%, cl ^y i%. Long or short time. R. M. Cunningham LIVE STOCK -r BonM. Cattl*. TeMclM *9 cows about! mllci COW«|-Threo good I fresh milk and 6 hire Hl^iiats, weight .75 lbs. . C. F.| Oentf, 1% north on State I street. WiriTK 80W~And nine qiilrfrj420 North'Blm,i pigfl. IQ' S WH(tB 8IIOAir »-H; «• Tlflfl. % unuiU, 1% west b( Mrtrnii. Phone 1<«5. Moran. i i 8 HHC^ATSr-Aitd H brfioil H«WM (or aABYCHKKH ^Vouiktt buy State AccrMlted Chicks nwt (or 112.00 per |M; 200. 123.50[i 300, |36i.<>0: 400. $46.00; 500* $68.26 J 700. $77.00: M0> m .6<}: 1000, 111)2.60. White Leghbms. Ic per chlok Jess. <Jus- -ftom hatching, 4c peii >gg. ' Chick Hatdhery. 22o' lola. ^Kanstls. head cattle or colts'. . Phone 18-18, Moran. 1 ^ 160 ACRES—Improved, possession at once. , A thome. good land, . D. Haw- 160 ACRES—Improved, possession at once. , A thome. good land, . D. Haw- iztlcles for ttale 61 170 ACRE FARM—Verj proredi^ The Allen Cou ment Co., Kelley Hotel Kansa.s. • well ijn^ nty inyesl- Bldg., lola. CHUNK WOOD— For sale. $2.50 In timber or $3.25 delivered. A. J. Swinford. > Phone'518. 170 ACRE FARM—Verj proredi^ The Allen Cou ment Co., Kelley Hotel Kansa.s. • well ijn^ nty inyesl- Bldg., lola. CHUNK WOOD— For sale. $2.50 In timber or $3.25 delivered. A. J. Swinford. > Phone'518. Houses (or Benjt V GARDEN ANp FLOWER SEEDS— Hoes, rakes and' forks. Bryson Furniture Store. N .'JeMerson. HOUSE—Good 5 room, a^e, chicken house. 0 wnriTttl «!rtrnp fruit. ZOC barn, gar- nc acre'ot- IRON.BARRELS—With heads cjit out. Ideal (or trash burners; $1.00 d^lvered. City Oil Company. ; , V. C'Archer, Old Coul-t. House. IRON.BARRELS—With heads cjit out. Ideal (or trash burners; $1.00 d^lvered. City Oil Company. ; THREE ROOM' HOlKp—Electrid lights, city, wster. located-at 508 South' <3he8tnnt. See Mi A. Schllck. SINGLE BIT AXES -^Special price this weelr only, $1.65. Allen County Implement CoU 207 S. Jeff. THREE ROOM' HOlKp—Electrid lights, city, wster. located-at 508 South' <3he8tnnt. See Mi A. Schllck. SINGLE BIT AXES -^Special price this weelr only, $1.65. Allen County Implement CoU 207 S. Jeff. Suburban for Rent 80 Business and Office Eaulpineat M SUBURBAN—13 acres, city water, gas. fruit, good soil.' VanHyning. Kelley Theater. TYPEWRITERS—New' and slightly used. A variety to Tselect from. .Terms it desired. WiUiams Typewriter Co.. RBom 10. over Globe. SUBURBAN—13 acres, city water, gas. fruit, good soil.' VanHyning. Kelley Theater. TYPEWRITERS—New' and slightly used. A variety to Tselect from. .Terms it desired. WiUiams Typewriter Co.. RBom 10. over Globe. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE TYPEWRITERS—New' and slightly used. A variety to Tselect from. .Terms it desired. WiUiams Typewriter Co.. RBom 10. over Globe. HouMflferSalo ' 81 r»el. Feed, Fertfllxers M C( TTAGE—Cheap 5 room modern, gkragcf lot and' half. Dea^ with ^ ow'n:eR> 410' 3(Ju'th Chestnut.! LOOSE H4Y—Al&lla and timothy. Mrs. Anna Wel>er. mile west and mile north Carlyle-.; P"hone 989-24. C( TTAGE—Cheap 5 room modern, gkragcf lot and' half. Dea^ with ^ ow'n:eR> 410' 3(Ju'th Chestnut.! LOOSE H4Y—Al&lla and timothy. Mrs. Anna Wel>er. mile west and mile north Carlyle-.; P"hone 989-24. CttTTAGE—"Bive room ' modem, gjood condition, from owner. Phone • Snss, 304 West Madison. NICE PRAIRIE HAY—Baled, 35cf bale at barn. Lewis Powell, mile north and one east Iron Works. CttTTAGE—"Bive room ' modem, gjood condition, from owner. Phone • Snss, 304 West Madison. NICE PRAIRIE HAY—Baled, 35cf bale at barn. Lewis Powell, mile north and one east Iron Works. HOUSE—3 room, to-be moved of:f lf>tPhone 605-. Household Goods S9 HOUSE—3 room, to-be moved of:f lf>tPhone 605-. BUFFETr-^Dining table, bed. library table. -9x12 Axriiinlster rug. Universal electric cooker, music cabinet. James Lane. 218 South Cot- tniiwood street. Phone 597. HbUSE—6 room .modern.'garage, cilosc in. near ;Jefferson schooL John Reuther. : BUFFETr-^Dining table, bed. library table. -9x12 Axriiinlster rug. Universal electric cooker, music cabinet. James Lane. 218 South Cot- tniiwood street. Phone 597. MODERN .IIorSE—Fine location, 6 rooms;' closets, bath, pantry, porches, garden. D. C., Cation, Humboldt. Kans. t FURNITURE—Oil. stoves and cook stoves; carload high grade used furniture just arrived from Kansas City, Save one-half; easy payments, free delivery . Gurtis Bargain Store. LaHarpe. MODERN .IIorSE—Fine location, 6 rooms;' closets, bath, pantry, porches, garden. D. C., Cation, Humboldt. Kans. t FURNITURE—Oil. stoves and cook stoves; carload high grade used furniture just arrived from Kansas City, Save one-half; easy payments, free delivery . Gurtis Bargain Store. LaHarpe. y£s! $8 .60 PER MONTH—Until paid out bHys a ?,ood '6 room hou.^e: See us al once. The Allen, County Investment Co.. Kelley Hotel BUlK.. Iota. Kans?. 1 GAS RANGES—Large ^size. rust rroof oven, all late improvements. $38.50. Henninger's Store. West Madison street. ' y£s! $8 .60 PER MONTH—Until paid out bHys a ?,ood '6 room hou.^e: See us al once. The Allen, County Investment Co.. Kelley Hotel BUlK.. Iota. Kans?. 1 GAS RANGES—Large ^size. rust rroof oven, all late improvements. $38.50. Henninger's Store. West Madison street. ' To Exchange—Reiil Estate 88 GAS RANGES—Large ^size. rust rroof oven, all late improvements. $38.50. Henninger's Store. West Madison street. ' FOR TRADE—1 have 2 SOracrc tracts that I will trade" for lola re«idencp at a fair price. Don't wan: n^iich mortgage. D. Ei Watson. Bronsoh. Kans. Wanted—To Buy 6« FOR TRADE—1 have 2 SOracrc tracts that I will trade" for lola re«idencp at a fair price. Don't wan: n^iich mortgage. D. Ei Watson. Bronsoh. Kans. WANTED TO BUY-^A Mammoth Bironze turkey gobbler. Phonp 434. FOR TRADE—1 have 2 SOracrc tracts that I will trade" for lola re«idencp at a fair price. Don't wan: n^iich mortgage. D. Ei Watson. Bronsoh. Kans. WA.VTED TO BU.Y—Used piano. Waverly Sch(fol Disteict No. 77. Plione LaHarp? 744. GOOD EIGHTY—Unimproved,' exchange equity .for' .sniall . town property. Arbuckle's Real Estate. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY EXCEPTIONAL USED GAR VALUES ; A Used Car h as Dependable as the Dealer Who Sells It! / We have oni hand at present, the best a-fsortmenl of used cars we have ever bajf that must be moved to make room for our neW^ c^s tba>'are naw^ coming in. DOpMt T <H » reait /taluc. PUDiJK tOlpE. MttiHt iix new. ^ < , iae» FOBI^ TIIIOH, Unit roiidltloii. 199MOAKtANI> UKl)AirKEI>A>. al a bargain prkr. ItV'AVMTIiK. Nrtnl Value. .fitp 19^ rpRU tOUniXn^; worith the motify. >^i >*4 M^rttewbto |-«(Pd r«rd TritfliN. (Iieiip.: ^ T IMA fJKAIIAf Ui'TO.'H T^L^t'K, llliriiew. Ten other good (*«ttp Ford tourlngn and f«»M«l^tor» thai, wo muMt movo. ' , 'i Wc tr«H^ or H«'1I 011 rany loritm, N i>>dgo Brothers Cars-^ Orabain llr*»tb«<r» Trucks , JELZ-/5 MOTO^ COMPANY

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