Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 2, 1912 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 2, 1912
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r 2 THE lOLA DAn.Y REGISTER, TUESDAY EVENING, MNUARY'2,1912. ' New YeJir •Witho&t an Elks' dance would be aa dull aa « ChrintmaB witb- oat Santa .CUu»—to lolans at least. The' lodge thia year followed a long eatablished precedent by giving their annual ball at the -club rooms lust night. It gocB without saying that the event was a happy one. The guest list was large (ninety couples) and «ach and every person who was there helped to make the dance quite aa enjoyable. U not mpre so than any thing of the kind the hosts ever gave before. The rooms were decorated with purple and. white bunting c which festoned the walls and covered the tables In the south room. The orchestra was. seated within an enclosure of palms and plants. Captain and Mrs. T. S. Stover led the grand march, which for once in the history of balls, began on timn The nwfiic wais especially fine and J. V. Roherts who led the orchestra, prepaned the program several weeks ago to admit of the diligent practice whl^-h was done on the numbers used laRt night. • , Observing women who were there* toy.the feminine contingent of the dancers never, looked lovelier than last night. Many handsome evening dresses were worn for the first time and pretty conceits in the way of headdresses and garnitures for gowns were noticeable. The New Year ball - ts about the only time in the year when girls have courage enough to as , Bume the responsibility of a boquet for a whole evening and last night some very artistic color combinations, were seen and some of the girls had orchids. Supper was served In the west TOOBtv at small tables between dances on fte last half of the program. The attendance list was: Mr. nad Mrs. B. R. Drake, f Captain and Mrs. T. S. Stover. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter D. McClaln. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Northrop. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mittlebach. • Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Held. Mr. and Mrs. Mont Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wood. Mr. and Mrs. L.. J. Campbell. Mr. "and MVs. P. J. Horton. Mr. and JIJTS. S. H. Burrell. ^r. and Mrs. F. A. Northrup. Mr. and Mrs. Colonel l^yon. ^ Mr. and Mrs Millard Tents. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard. ' Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Northrup. \ Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Tholen. Jr. Mr. nnd'^Mrs. Seward Bixby. • Mr. nad Mrs. W. E. Redfeam. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Woods. • Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Robinson. ' Mr. and 3lrs. C. S. Black. Hr and Mrs. Howard Wheaton. Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Taylor. Mr; and Mrs. W. S. Kauffman. . Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Morrow. Mr. ana Mrs. Miller McCreory. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nigh. Mp. and Mrs. C. I^. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Goodin. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Shields. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Shields. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stover. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Fronk. Mr .and Mrs. C. J. Balliett. Mr. and Mrs. Vene Fry. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Funk, Stigler. Ok. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dewey. Mr:, and Mrs. H. K. Hinde. Mr. and Mrs. C B. Spencer. Miss Vica Eastwood. Miss May Brigham. Miss Edna Klein. Miss Velma Sleeper. Miss Vara Backus. Minneapolis. Miss Mildred Gardner, Humboldt. Miss Leah Johnson. Miss Ruby Heller. Miss Cpra Klein. Miss Kate Geyer. Miss Clara Watson. Miss Agnes Milne. Miss Hazel Goes. Miss Lulu Culberfson. Miss Lucy Wilson. Mrs. McDonald. Miss Myrtle Maxson. Miss Bertha Bordenkurcher. Humboldt. Miss Bowlus. Springfield. Illinois. Miss Clara Bowlus. Miss Hazel Bowlus. Miss Florence Hobart. Miss Mary Northruu. Miss Josephine Riddle. Miss Elisabeth Allen Om.iliu. Miss Elisabeth Apt. MUB Talbert. Mias Alice Shields. Miss Eva O'Connor. Miss Cella Wittak. Humboldt. Miss Mary Schmidt, Humboldt. Miss Williams. Miss Sapp. Miss Saunders. Miss Madge Joyce. Miss Dorothy Foust Bliss Ruth -Horton. Miss lieriha Swlfsart. Miss Jo Hurrlgmun. Mr. Merle Muuger. Mr. I.cwl8 Drake. Mr. Lloyd Young. Mr. Frank Arnold. .Mr. I,. L. Ponsler. Mr. Clark Rlggs. Mr. Tom Milne. Mr. Harry Sleeper. Mr. Charles Mayer. Mr. Roam Coffey. Dr. C. A. Russ. Mr. .lop Heylmun. Mr. Klvie GUliatt. Mr. Walter Cline. Mr. George"Delgamo. Mr. I/ee Bowlus. Mr. Angclo Cowan. Dr. F. L. B. lieavell. Mr. Clyde Thompson. Mr. F. W. Rrewster. Mr. R:>lph Maxson. Mr. Fred Schmidt, Humboldt. Mr. A. J. Bordenkurcher. Burlington. Mr. Merwin Byerley, Enid. Okla. Mr. Bert Byerley. Humboldt Mr. George Gordon. Mr. Thomas Bowlus. Mr. Loraine Northrup. Mr. Heath, of Chicago. Mr. ClagRctt. Kansas City. Dr. R. 6. Christian. Mr. J. H. Crowe. Topeka. Mr. W. Anderson. Mr. Ralph Harris. Mr. Fred Apt. Mr. Darnell, Kansas City. Mr. Knechta. Mr. W. L. Cox. Mr. John I>ovoca. ^r. C. A. Swipgett. enter- Do you neecTGlasses? Let our Glraduate'Optt-^ dan attend to your' wants. Arthur Brigham. Mr. Newton Brigham. * * * Mrs Herman Tholen, sr., lained at noon yesterday and her hos- liitallty was extended to a group of relatives, who were served with dinner. The table was attractive with Its center of pink carnations. The Kuests were; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bixby and daughter Lillian, Mr. and Mrs. Reward Bixby. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tholen, Jr., Mrs. John Tholen and (laughter Thecktu, of Humboldt. 4> People who expected to attend the IClks' dance ^asl night anticipated the riistomary long hours of that function 1 ad with two exceptions no afternoon imrtlcB were planned. Those exceptions wi -re-vcry charming ones and were the receptions given at the homo <if Mrs. H. H. Howard and Mrs. Carl W. Nau. , JIrs Howard, Mrs. James T. Reld .'*'lss Mary Nqjrthrup and Miss Jose- 1 liine Riddle announced two weeks ipo that they would keep open house .\ew Year day at the Howard rest tience and no cards were sent out, the reception taking the form of the in- lormal •opeij house." The hours from three until five were observed and a large number of guests called. The hostesses were unassisted in receiv- ins but Miss Lillian Northrup, Miss Ruth Horton and Miss Marion Lois Talbert served punch. The shades were drawn in the rooms which the guests frequented and artificial light made the house a cosy contrast to the winter out-of-doors. Flowers were employed with pleasing effect, the colors of carnations and sweet peas making festive the dining-room where the callers were served and brightening the other rooms. A colored orchestra' furnished music. Every year since Reverend and Mrs. Nau came to the parish of St Timothy's they hare kept open house »w Year day and the opportunity to enjoy their hospitality is always cm- braced by members of their church and many other friends. Y'esterday fttbey received from half past two un- half-past five. Miss Bula Reimert, Mrs. l-esllc J. Campbell. Misses Em- ijy and Eva Crowe who are here visiting their sister, Mrs. Nau and Mrs. K. C. Reynolds assisted. The serving table held an artistic arrangement of fragrant narcissa. • •;• * Mrs. James T. Reid and her sister, .Miss Ruth Horton have birthdays on the same day of the month and usually some pleasant social gathering is planned in celebration. I..ast Saturday they had a group of guests for an afternoon and evening entertainment. The girls were nsk«*d to spend the afternoon at the Hortou residence and sow and the men iolned them for a three course dinner which Mrs. Hor on and Miss Lillian Northrup served. Those who were asked were Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Northrup, .Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stover. Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Robinson, of Hloonifield, ^issourl: Miss Mary Northrup, Mlsi. Marion Lois Talbert, Miss Edna Klelh. Miss Dorothy Foust, Miss Hazel Drakk; Miss )Iay Brigham, Miss Elizabeth Apt. Mr. Fred Apt tnd their guests Miss Wilfams. Miss Sapp, Miss Saunders and Mr. Darnell; Miss Hazel Bowlus. Lee Bowlus Loraine Northrup and his guest Mr. Heath, of Chicago: Louis Drake, LeGrande Cox. George Delgarno and Arthur Brigham. Mr. and Mrs. John Ladd and daughter who have spent two weeks with Mrs. Amelia Anderson, will leave tomorrow for their home in Laurel. Montana. The family had expected a visit from Mr. Jake L«dd. of Bakersfield, California but he was unable to be here. Among the Christmas remembrances which he sent wag a crate of oranges, a much appreciated addition to the mean of the dinner Mrs. Aodereon gave last week Mr. Jdaeph'Reeder and JIttle daughter Madallne vetaraed to lola yesterday. They are going from here to ^riggsvllle, IllinolB to locate .prema- nently. • • • Mrs. .Anna Beard. 310 North Cottonweed ttreet, will havd the At Homfe club on Thursday afternoon for. their regular program and aocial afternoon. • •-• • Dr. and Mrs. P. S. Mitchell entertained with a charmingly appointed dinner last night at which the following guests were present: Mrs. W. O. Kinsel, Matoon. Illinois; Aflsa Htfi- er, of Montana and Dr. andTklrs. W. ^ Heylmun. * t • • • Mrs. John Slanwelghty was among the hostesses who entertained yeater- day and a party of friends were given n delightful dinner to meet her slater, Mrs. Frank Thomason. of Pltt<(burg. Those who attended were:, A. l/ow and family, H. I^wls and wife. C. A Wilson and family, O. |). Wilson and family. 1 •*• »*« •*« To welcome the .New Year .Miss Ha zel Sutton and Miss Kate Knight in vlfed a company of their school friends for a party which they gav last night. The usual pastimes of cnmes and music were Introduced These young people were the guests Misses Frierrouth. Hazel and Cecil McClarey, Mable Becker, Mildred Oliver. I..eonn Warford. Merle Clark Hannah Swim, Ora and Nellie Gray Messrs Frank Clark, Barton Tha.ver Lloyd Burris, Taylor Stoddard, Martin Statler, Clarence Sloeum. Athol Peck, Chris and Raymond Catrlll and Marion Russell. * * * Mrs. 1-ute P. Stover will RIVC card party Friday afternoon for ho club. <- <• The Art club will resume work tomorrow afternoon after a holiday vacatoln of three weeks. A meeting will be held tomorrow afternoon in the Y. W. C. A. parlors. Each mem her will talk about the living Ameri c.-:n artist whom he considers most worthy of fame and notoriety and this Impromptu discussion will. constitute the program. * * * One of the delightful parties of the holiday season was given last Saturday afternoon by. Miss Emma Hyde and Miss Bess Hyde for a large number Of their friends. Handsome prizes were given for highest scores. -Vfter cards there was an elaborate Slipper. * • • Miss Mary Northrup and Mr. Loraine Northrup entertained a company of friends last Wednesday night with a chafing dish supper. Among he guests were several holiday visitors to young people of the town, and college folk who are homo for the vacation. + + • .\o more appropriate time than the holiday season can be chosen for a family gathering and one of the larg- eit of the, winter occurred yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Slack. 4ir North First street. Their six sohs and members of their families Joined In preparatlonB for the day and the guests succeeded in giving the host and hostess a very complete surprise. Dinner was served at noon. Mrs. J. Heath of Neosho Falls, was among the guests. * * Miss Lucene Spenc^er, who has been a guest of relatives in IAW- rence recently, was favored with a dance. The Gazette says: The third delightful dancing party among the younger folks took place Saturday e\'ening at the Phi Gamma Delta house when Mrs. Hugh Means and Mrs. Luther N. Lewis entertained In honor of their sister Miss Berrice Barker, who is home from Dubuque. Iowa, where she is attending sehool, and for their jilece. Miss Lucene Spencer, of lola, who with her mother, Mrs. Chas. Spencer, are spending the holidays here. Receiving the guests w^ere Judge and Mrs. Means, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lewis and Mrs. Spencer Miss Barker and Miss Spencer. Twetny-six couples were present. Music for the evening was furnished by Eric Owens. ' In the dining room a dainty lunch was served at quartette tables in the center of which were candelabra with white candles. V * • Loyal Women, of the Christian Sunday school, will have a business meeting next Friday afternoon at two nVIork. at the home of Mrs. Canatsej', 708 East street. • • • A New Year day event wiiich was a sonrce of much pleasure to all who were there was a dinner party at which Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stevenson v.-ere host and hostess. Covers were laid for Captain and Mrs. H. A. Ewlng Mrs. P. O. Hanson, Mrs. A. R. Stroup. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Scott Mr. and .Mrs. George Trombold, of Chahiiie: Dr. and Sirs. F. C. Wirt. After dinner the company enjoyed an Interesting description of things European which Mr. Scott Included In an outline of his recent trip abroad. • + • .Mrs. Frank Travis and Miss Ix >ul8e Hvde will entertain the PrisclIIa club tomorrow afternoon at the Trav- s residence. 911 .North Sycamore street «• * • There will be no meeting of the Y., W. C. A. Bible class tonight but th" customary meeting of the gymnasium class will occur at the usual time. • * • The A. Y. L. I. club will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. T. Mllea. 705 East-Street • • * Mrs. D. C. Bakin, who has been visiting Mrs. A. H. Hecox and other friends during the holidays, returned to her home in Weir City, today. • •«• 4> Every year, usually the first week In the year, the Reformed church has banquet and also a business meeting at which they discuss the work accomplished during the twelve month Jjist ended and map out activities for the Kew'Tear. Yesterday the banciuet was given In the T. M. C.:A. building and a goodly akunber of the church jnembers aad Uwlr famUlea.' .wetm^ present After-a bottnUfal dinner bad f»een eaten, toasts were given and th^ assemblage then took up the busli^esB. Mr. E. C. Remsberg was elected etlder and W. C. Faust deacon for two y^rs. The church has no debts to be uan celled this year and there is a ^n stderable sum In the treasury. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Ta}<lor, who have been visiting. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Taylor and who have attended several so{:ial events during their Christmas visit here, will leave tomorrow for tUelr 'home in Omaha, Nebraska. f-'- • ^ .:. •> * • —A CbanmlK. Powder Puff f or Sponge Free with every package, of Pace Powder at Silencers this wj?ek only. • •:• • : The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church ^S^I1I h<v entert:ilned tomorrow afterndoii at iiie parsonage, beginning at half past two o'clock. Mrs. P. O. Hanson will conduct-the lesson. Members iSflll please bring thoir ChrUlnias offorljig. • « <• Ml^s .Mildred Gardner, of Humbotdt U a gucEt In the home of Judge Joscjih B. Smith, In Wheeler Heights. * • •:• Another of those frolics for whfch the Y. W. C. A. is famous was given last night and was a masriucrdde parly which fifty girls attended. SoHic pretty costumes were worn, also many fuuny ones and the party was; a decided "success." Wh-^n tlie company assembled they Avore given programs bearing subjejcts for conversation and this innovation did much ,to Introduce a spirit of informality. There was a grand marcli in u-hl;h the guests joined and a flashli.«lit photo was taken. A two eoufbe suiH per followed the games. -ir •> Miss Clara l^ury will have a patty tonight in honor of her brother, Ajr. John Uaury, who is home from BUK- er V'niversity, and Professor Him.'s, of Lallarpe. • * * Miss Martha Marker and Miss Mar.v Marker returned last night from C<)1- linsville where they have been visiting relatives. Mrs, J. H. Dixon, accompanied .py her son Karnest, of Globe, Arizona, is visiting her mother, Mrs. P. A. Litchfield, of this place. •3. •> •:• The Clinker Club will give a dance Friday evening in Masonic Hall. This will be the club's' first entertainment since they moved to the Masonic- building from the residence recently purchased by F. S. Bennett. • •> •> Ladies of the Guild of St. Timothy's church are to serve a chicken (Vnner to the public Friday in the Y. .M. C. A. building. 'l"he lioatess-s-to-be ufe plan^ilng an elaboniio menu and the public will no doubt patronize theni extensively. f •> <. The Mothers' club will elect offl- ers lit their nieetltig tomorrow afternoon and all the membiTs are' rc- cpiestert to be present, -'rhe program will be: ,\ew Year Theuglits—Roll Call. Scripture Lesson—.Mrs. A. F. Florence. Reading—.Mrs. H. H. Sherman. Poem—.Mrs. I'carl Smith. • •:• * ; Mr. and .Mrs. W. L. Crabb and Elea nor have returned from a two weed's isit with relatives in Rich Hill. Mjs- souri. • •> • * After the mectin.g and ritual work last night the Eastern Star gave ^a party complimentary to one of th&ir ntimber, Mrs. Amelia Anderson. The Chapter discovered the dai^ was Miia .\nderson's birthday anniversary and served a delicious supper after adjournment. The honor guest was gfer- en a handsome past-matron's pin. a souvenir of the order and of the offii -e which the recipient occupied' at oii'.; ime. + * <• .Miss Lillian Melvin who edited this department last wcelt, resumed hor duties at the McKialey school thfs morning. • • + Carlelon. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Crick was six years old yesterday nd a company of his playmates wer<» sked to share the pleasures of thf. iirty which was given at his hom^ the afternoon. Sixteen were pres> ent and after seycral merry games hey were served with supper in courses. The table at which they sat as gay with holiday decorations lu green and rcii OUR BEST UnU OPTIMISTS ir PLATS THREE VI0L1>S. People of Australia.and.Mew Zealand; ^ Persistent In Trying Out Plana for Publio Good. The* people of sonny Australia and of misty New Zealandr-the working people anyway-^re persistent optimists. For 20 years they have been trying out one plant after another for the common good. The eight-hour dar was an tatabllshed Institution over there before we thought of It, except as an Ideal. State old-age and Invalidity pensions have been paid for sOqie years, and the first steps taken j toward the astablisbment of a mini, mum wage passed on the Australian | standard ot living. Postal savings hanks, the parcel post and atate life' inauranoe have not driven capital out, of the country, telegraph and telephone lines—and coal mines In New Zealand—has not convinced the oapi- tallsta that life Is not worth living. Sneh paternalism as the furnishing of' free transportation- to men out of work and the'Ioanlng of money to en-, able those without means to Uke up publio land have not only made valu>' able citizens of many who otherwise'. might have become wastrels, but; have proved good Investments. ..." They decided to enter politics and to secure by.legislation the things most easily obtained In that manner, at the : same time pressing forward, inch by • Inch, in the Industrial field by means of the collective bargain, backed when. needful by the strike and boycott' Thtis was bom the movement which,' for the first time in history, has placed . the wage earners in absolute control of the government of a nation. i New York. Jan, 2.—This photograph, device and accompany it by the notes which he evolves frnni the keyboard. \Itltoiigh there are three violins In Miss Elizabeth Apt and Mrs. Fred Apt have entertained frequently an4 very Informally since their guest.s name last week including only a few town folk at each party and Intro-; ducing numerous Interesting Idea» for the pleasure of their visitor^. They had two or three friends In for dinue: last night before the ball am! a small companj- of friends wllh dance at the Apt residence one night this week. * + -J- Miss .Margaret Porterfleld. of Kan -i sas City, who has been employed, at the Gibson studio for several months, left lust week for her home. She was married a few days ago In Oswego to Mr. Ash and the couple have gone to Dallas, Tex., to reside. Red Jersey All sizes WHEN CAMEL IS HELPLESS ••Ship of the Desert" When Capsized Is in as Hopelbss Predicament as J Any Other Ship. i • -i The "ship of the desert." like any Other ship, may be capsized and In Uiat predicament the camel Is said to be absolutely helpless under certain shows a ne wforni of innclianical in- condltions. j ,«truiiicnt now heinK exhibited here. The queer beast's manner of lying The lower part is a piano and the up-; this instrument, the total lone effect down to rest is to fold his legs beneath l^^'ti"" has an attachinent of e.,uivaler>t to oWy :,„e. as only one v-jw T» !,„ violins. A jiiu.sician may .start the string is [jlaytil in each instrument, hs body.^If he happens to roll upon ^^^^^^ and'the violins all at once or a circular Low [,a.ssinfi rapidly over his side he cannot recover his feet ^.j„,j„ pi^yin.i,-them. The Violana is run by motor, again. This infirmity of the animal was amusingly illustrated in the experience of a French explorer whose caravan was made up of camels. The leader had bought some new ones and had no idea of taking any other animals Into a country largely composed of loose sand. Trouble began at the very outset One camel, as awkwkard as any of the species, managed to tumble into a ditch of thick mud between the road and a wheat field. When once fallen a camel can only get up again if he can arrange bis feet conveniently under him and If the ground Is nearly flat. In this case it was not so. The animal lay with all four feet in the air, perfectly resigned and incapable of a single movement to help himself. To draw him out required more than half an hour and took the united efforts of many men with cords passed, imder the camel's back. World-Famed Tree. In the botanical gardens of Calcutta Is the famous banyan tree. It covers 2^ acres of ground and fills the visitor with admiration and awe. The utmost care Is taken of this wonderful tree, for every tender young root, as It begins to fail like a sta lactite from the branch overhead, is encased and protected from harm in a bamboo. It is hoped that this partlcu lar tree, nu.-pcd and nurtured like a baby, will within the next 50 years, cover at least Jr> acres of ground. It is supposed to have l..")Of' atrial roots, a number of which It l.s lirohali!" that a cypher has been accMentally omitted. The mother trnr.k is an al most shapeless mas.s'by this tinie. and contributes very little to the sustenance of its mijltitudino-js progeny. The ban.van tr»»e ftourishes in India as in no other part of tin.- world, al though they il.-> rearh an enormous size—with hun:!re'is o'j-oots—in som<.> other lands. Good for Business. "Such a pe-fert gentleman:" gushed Miss Softwln. "It was so good of you to introduce nim to rao last night, dear. We had a most delightrul and Interesting conversation after the con cert was over." "TtoS?" calmly queried Mips Knox, who was cynl.^al oaough to know that there was something more to come. "And after hearing mo sing." said Miss Softwln. ''lie told me—ipilte se riouBly, you know—that ho would give anything if he had my volco. He said It-was worth a'-fortune. I'm sure he was perfectly sincere in saying it too." •I'm certain he was," retorted Miss Knox hopefully. "Perfectly sincere! You see, dear, he's an auctioneer." The FirBt "Worklna Test. Nothing convinces like experience. The doctors have been telling us for years that public drinking cupa were disseminators ot disease. Now comes Walla Walla with the report that contagious diseases have disappeared .from the schools since the "common cup was eliminated.—Portland Ore-| 'gonian. Before and Aftar. . '^ow does this noted healer who 'cures bis patients hr toochlng tham, HUter from a xeeular physician?" 'mn. b* toochea them befor* ha cores tbem^"- For the Kansas Lump and Arkansas Semi-Anthracite Coal lola Ice, Cold Storage and Fuel Co. PEST viCTiiws LIE THERE • g Grave of Five Who Died of Sn-.allpox In 1811 Found In 3ellerica, Mass. Closely adjoining the site of the Hoston &: Maine car shops in BiHcnca. tho Kiirveyors discovered a gravestone marking the spot where 100 yenra .ipo five persons, victims of smallpo.v. were buried: j The stone is still in good condition,; although mossy with age. The foot, stone as well as the headstone is '• solid, giving evidence of careful work \ on tho part of tho ones who placed it \ there. j Tho grave was evidently chosen a ' century ago as a secluded spot, and i when found trees, underbrush and shrubbery nearly hid it from sight Tho words on this headstone .-ire: Erected In memory of and to designate the place where Asa fjrost, Jr.. Levi Frost, Eleanor Farmer, Sarah Ilodgman and Samuel' natcheldor were burled, wh6 died of smallpox, August ISll. At first the Boston & Malno considered getting tlio conscut of tho state to remove tho stone and tho dust of tho bodies, but it has been decided to let tho gravo remain whuru It is. So these five persons will rest where they are nnd their bed of tho last century will not bo disturbed. No relative of the ones burled seem at all concerned about the grave and it Is doubtful if any descendants of them are living In Billerica or Lowell at the present time. Buy Your Calendar Pads, etc. , Typewriter Supplies Blank Books At BURRELL'S STORE The Rexall .Store West Side of the Square MOXEY BACK DA .XDBUFF CritE. C. B. Spencer & Co. (inunuitces Paris- Ian Saee for Dandruff and Falling Hair. Think of It dear reader, if P.VRIS- lAX SAG15 Isn't the most inviborating and pleasant hear dressing you ever used—money back. If it doesn't banish dandruff stop hair from falling and do awa.v with scalp Itch—money back. 50 cents at B. Spencer & Go's, and druggists everywhere. PARISIAN S.A.GE as a hair grower and scalp cleaner is all right.''—Mrs. Dora M. Daniels, Williamson, W* .Va. [ "PARISIAN SAGE cured me of ter­ rible.Itching of the scalp."—Mrs. C. P. Pope. Oxford Ala. - ..^ : -. .1 Davidson Theatre IT. .SCOTT, KA.\.S. Wednesday Eve January 3rd IIIi: PLAV KVKKYHODY l.s TAI.MMi AHOIT! Coliaii Ar Harris Present WInchtll Smith's Comedy The Fortune Hunter A play every American should see. The purest and cleanest, comedy on the stage today— coming intact with the Gayet^' Theatre. New York, cast and production. .Sent .Sale, Ernirh's Book Store Ft Seott—Mall Orders 3iow;» PBICES-oOc, 7oe, 91 and $lUfa>M

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