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THE lOLA DAILY BEGISTER. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 7. 1926. PAGE THREE Mr. Walter i'anncck, *ho ^pebt a few days liere with his Hincle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. Frank LehsM, returned Saturday to his home In Pittsburg. ; 1 Mr- and Mrs^ H. G. ^Harris' left Saturday for Jackson, Mich., t{) accompany -Mr. Harris's idotber home after a visit here Witt them. —For a real meal go to Hart's Cafe. Chicken every d^y. j Mr. Clay Coss of'JVjchlta stopped in lola Saturday for a'short visit with' friends on iia wky to Fort ScDtt to visit rel^tives.-i Mrs. Lyle Kagne^, who has been I vlsitinj? in Cpltinrbus, returned • home Saturday, i —Dr. Montgomery,; Chiropractor, lola Laundry Bldg. Phone 138. .MlBS 'Mary .McKittrick o? jioran parsed through here Satiurday on . her way to Humboldt to attend a party given in( the home of Mrs. ^Plfford Slater, i .Miss Helen Gammon wis the guest of Miss Lois Gray ot Independence over the week end., —Farm ix>Bns. See us for Farm Loans. ' R. L. Thompson Agency. W. J. Field went to Chaniite Saturday afternoon to enter the Johnson hQspital for treatment, . -.Mrs. Marie Copcning and - son Robert, .who have been spending the past two months with their parents and grandparepts,. Mr. and •Mrs. R. L. Hart, ^ieft Saturday morning for their home in Chicago. Miss Ruth Hart returned home wjth them for a visit. « * * • Yoa Can Trjist Them To Us! • • Even your delfcate laces • • and chiffons—because our • • cleansing fluids are invari- • • ably .pure and altosothcr • • harmless. Phpnb 105. • Major and .Mrs. J. Went Chapman, Mr* CJracc A. Decker and Miss Mary Donlca started this morning for Jun<tlon City where they will rcp- 'rrm-nt the local orgaDizution as I • it'^U-gatoH tri the Spatrlsh-Atnerican U'iir Veterans Bi^parUiiont en- caijpme'nt.' they will return home ^rriW- _ Danr*! Crystal Lake, Carlyle, Tuesday • nigjjt- i -Mrs. Ralph Anderson and daugh- • Jerif Rita Marib and "Jehelea, of -Morris. Oklahoma, who have been vislfing-in the home of "Mr. afiH .Mrsu R. Li Hart, returned home , Saturday. Mrs. Esther Hart Billbe - and Miss Lillian llart accompanied them haWelof a visit. 1 • '•? — • ; —Expert floor waxing -with electric .machine by the hour. Call 181 Fry's Drug StHjre, for appointment?. R.; H. Millerl . Mrs. Rose Harris of Hutchinson, i JCans.. .who. has been visiting :'!'- tlves here, retur.ned home yeater- daV. She canje here from Hiatt- Tilfe where she visited her daughter, Mrs. C. K. McHenry and fam- . .lly.l • • . i •. \ : Elkk Social Clnb Dance. -j-Last party for season. Dance 9:3]') Thursday evening. June lOtb. Sefen piece orchestra. All Elks invited.—Social Committee. • iMra. Ella AUtchem, Mrs. Myrtle Groves Ad .Mr. and .Mrs. W. ,W. Mitchem drove to Topeka this morning where ]Mr. Mitchem will . eijiter the S. B. A. hospital for an i . operation. ' . ' .Mr. and .Mrs. Wlllard F. Jairtiet, . who live on the South Kentticky "^i ^treet-road. are the j)arents of a seven pound son. born Sunday Jiine fij whom they have namei Frederick Burton. ; F. L. B. tEATELr>, SL l», - Sp«><;lal attention givon pi«- easca of Colon and llcctum. KIor(ro-Ther«py and Phyalothernjv. I Off(trt rnlft 0 ««nk WiK. I'hottcH—147 and 705, • • • . Mr^ H. <:. Williamson jncelved »h<i (feod nwH' from his »«n, Dor^ aW Wlllhinwon lh<it he hjia beeh dlA-hargi 'd from the Vcterjjn* hoR-' pllal at >Y'w iliavcn. Coin,, ais rurod of inbcri !UloRls. He I entered thp- V: S. .Marine hospital jat New York City July 5, 1921 and "was thrrc ^ ypar when he wai transferred jio New' Haven. His' friends will be glad to learn of l^ls complete recovery. Card of Thanks. . —We wisb to extend thianks tp onr friends and neighbors llor their help, kindne.ss anii sympathy. Also for the beautiful flowers! which «50Wred the ca.sket of '.our dear 'mother and sister wb^ parsed away at Litchfield, Ilij. May 29, and was laid to rest in tola ceme^ ,,tery .Tune 1.—Mr. and Sirs. Willie Si Miles, Alfordsville. Ind.; Mr. and THrs. Curtis Lmgenfeiter^xoogoo- tee. Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Armstrong., Litchfieldj 111;: !llr; • and Mrs. Owen Harbisola, Ottawa. Kas.; Mr. and Mrs. J. W*. HarblMg, ;aar- • ton County. Mo.: Mr.l andMrs. A, L. Harbison. lola, Kna.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jones, Iol4,.Kas.; A. (X Harb ^soot' lola, Kas. Mr, H. H. Barker of Winfield was a business visitor in' lola Saturday?^ :M'r. Barker ,WB« formerly manager ot the Grand Theatre here. Mr. Royal Eastwood of Fonca City visUftd over the week,end with, his parents, Jlr. and Mrs. E. Eastwood. • ! —Every hat at a redubed price. Edwards MUlincry. , i • . J Mrs. CHltgx^ Funston and son of Parsons iare'^^fBg .Mrs. Funston's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. George Huggins and family of 1013 North Sycamore stree .tj Mr." .and Mrs. F. S. Caaatsey motored io Fort:Scott yesterday to spetad the day With their daughter, Mrs. J. B. Aydelotte and family. —3ce: Hargrikve for the best in auto top* ana seat covers, 217 South street iPhone 30. Dr. and Mrs. C. Z. Montgomery, who have been visiting Mrs. Montgomery's grandmother In Tdpeka, returned home last night. Mrs. Lydia Davis returned home yesterday from- Ponca City. Okl«u, where she; spent a week with her dHUghter,. Mrs. Earl Ritchey and family. • ; ' I -r^Dr. 0. L.i Cox, Specialist Eye. Eari-Nose aid Throat. Mr. and J rs. R. A. Gorsuch of Baldwin stalled Saturday for California for a month's vacation. Mrs. Gorsucji was formerly Miss Faye Marsh. Miss Haie Westphalia, for a patient returned honle today. —Just lik Van Hoozer'.; Centlivre, R. N., of |svbo has been caring at St. John's hospital. •Jp Angel Food Cake, Bread, 2 for 15c. Mr. and Mrs. H. E.;Shi*ely and .Mr. anjj Mrs. M. 0» Lacey and daughter, Ruth, motored, to Toronto, . Kansas yesterday and visited with Mr. and Mr!). H. W. Pask and family; Miss Gracei Shively, who has l>cen visiting friends and relatives in Iqla and- Moran, returned homo with them. ' j Mrs. Adclphia Rogers loft yesterday for Lawrence to attend the graduation of her granddaughter, Miss Eileen McDonald. —Dr. A. B.' Twadcll, Osteopath. New Globe Bldg. Phone 191. Miss Clara Brown will be home tomorrow from I.^wrcncc~ where siia, has been attending tie Uni- jverslty .of Kansas. Miss Brown iwiU be one of the supervisprs of imusic in the lola schools: next lyear. T Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rosebush and sons, Robert and Kenneth, of Coffeyville arc visiting their parents and grandparents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lyons and other relatives. Mr. and- Mrs. Rosebush expect to go to Kanss^ City, Mo., to visit the latter's .sister, Mrs.. Chas. Buchanan and family before jgoing home, the boys remaining here until tfaieir return. T^The musical publiq is cordially invitbd to a recital Tuesday evening, June 8th. given by pupils of .Mrs. P. R Waugh, assisted by Mrs. Simmons, organist, pupil of Florence- Hobart iand Amaada - Wulf, seprano.-pupil; of Jeannette Kalis. First Baptist "Temple, 8 o'clock. Marshall Lamer and his brother. .Tewel. Lamer will go to Topeka to attend Camp Wise, the Episcopal boy's camp under the direction of Bishop James Wise. The Camp, will break ]next Sunday.' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doggett and family left this morning f<* Cherokee. Oklahoma after a'visit in lola with Mrs. Doggctt's, father, Mr. W., L. Bartels and family and with Mr.j Dogajett's mother, Mra. Sarab Doggett and family." ' —Ladies, buy that Gas' Range now, for this week only we afe giving lO^fi off our low prices fdr any range in the house. Schell Gas Stove Co., 201 E. Jackson. . Mr. L. E. Brown itelurned from Pittsburg, Kansafl Saturday, where ho had hen soliciting'membership for thft Knights of Pytblns Ipdgo. Mr. Brown report!^ good success in bin work, and that before long a lot of men »llll bo entertained with a tn>f> rUli< on the obHtroporouii Pythian goaf. —Try It once—you will have no other. Van Hooccr's Dread. MIKS Betty Jane Coman of Tulsa, Okla., grnnddaughtor of Mrs. H. W. ITrlcb of 502 South State street, rame in on the 4:2R afternoon Saati^ Fe for an Indefinite visit with Mrs. Urich and other relatives. \Mr. C. , B. Woodman, a repre-. s^tttatlve of the National Refining Company, was in lola Saturday on business with the Shannon Hardware Company. A petition is being circulated for the building of a hard surfaced' road between Moran and ELsmore. If built, this road would give the people of tpe south apd ea^ part of the county a good road ai] the; way to the'county seat. The road wouljd extend as far south as Savonburg. • Mr. an-d Mrs. Thorpe Wright returned from Independence. Kansas wbere-they visltbd his mother the past week. Mr; Wright left last ijight on the Sunflttwer Speciaf for 1;(8 home in St. Lonis.^ 3itr8. Wright will remain for a longer visit in the home of her mother, Mrs. O. L. Oox, 4Zi iSoath miaut streeL Mrs. Grant :BiUbe-and son, Emeat Hair, will;go to Kansas City, Mo., tomorrow (or a visit, with relatives. Mrs. Cecil'Brown and children, of Kansas City. Mo., are visiting In the home of Mr. Brown's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brown, 218 East Jackstfn avenue. Mrs. • Frank Servey of Chanut'e spent yesterday wiUj Mr.'and Mrs. Bert McNeil and family 217 South Sycamore street. Mrs. R. C. Tyler, who has been a guest of Mrs. L. L. Ponsler, 5Q2 North Jefierson, for several days, returned today to her hpme in Collinsville. Oklahoma. Mrs.- Laura Buttram and Dr. Mildred Curtis drbve tp Emporia yesterday for a visit with Mrs. Harold Venn and daughter, Maxine Venn. Mr. Lyman Dickey of Ottawa, Kansas, who had been at Gravette, Ark., on business, was in ;Iola Saturday. He left on the 4:28 SanU; Fe for his home. • ' - ' Mr. V. p. St^ffle, a representative of the Kansas City branch of the Ford Motor Company, was in lola Saturday on business witll the McCarthy Motor Company. Mrs. Mary J. Servidge left Saturday for Manzanola, Colo., her home; after a visit here with her son, Mr. John Servidge and family of 317 jSouth .Fourth street. Mr. H. A. Richardson'arid daughter, Mrs. James! McMurray wient to Garnett Satunlay'afternoon'on the 4:28 Santa ^e. Miss Beatrice McMurray went to Arkansas City. Kans., Saturday to join Miss Bernice McNeiL who accompanied her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Servey home last week, for a short vacation. Miss .Mc.Veil and Mi.ss .McMurray will return home next Sunday. Mrs. Flora Bury, buyer for ready- to-wear at the Ramsay Store, is taking her vacation this week. '.She is spending it with relatives at Lamar, Mo. Mrs. W. H. King, principal of. the McKlnley school, who went to Kansas City, Mo., Friday, has entered the Research hospital for treatment and observation. .Mrs. Alice Denton of-Wlchita and .Mrs. Evalyn Swett ot Pittsburg arc visiting their parents, .Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. (Jroomer and family. Miss Margaret Groomer, who spent several days with He* «l«ter in Pitta- burg, returned:, home with her. A special train of ten coaches went through lola shortly after noon todiiy • over the Santa Fe, passing, the 1:.^7 northbound hero. The train was carrying some ea«t- ernreal estate dealers to Tulsa for the 19th annual convention ftt the National Associatioti of Real Estate boards which is' meeting there from June 7 to June U. Mrs. J. C. .Woodin aad *wo children of Wichita are spending a week hero with the former's brother, .Mr. Harry Cook anil family and Mr. Guy Cook and with .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woodin. Mr. J. C. Woodin. who is a teacher iii the Wichita High School, is atfcndi'ng the summer session at the Pittsbiirg Teachers College. Mrs. Wqodip and children will join hiin. there. FBAijrKLI>' ICE CREAXS For the Week. Chocolate Malted Milk Tutti Fruiti Fresh Strawberry Chocolate Lemon Banaira Frozann Cherry Sherbet Pineapple Sherbet Call ISl Will send it out to you Fry's Drag .Store The San Tox Store South Side Square Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harper of the Self Service Market, ;spent Sunday in Channte, th6 gaestii of itheir son. Or. D. L. Harper and w|f^ There was a big crowd in .town town Saturday and lola mercbants had a wonderful trade. There was Bome difficulty in finding parking lilaces for the victors cars. , Mr. Mel W. Puller Js back on the job today as manager of the Royal Shoe store after an absence of a week on account of having bis tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Long, and son Loraine of 201 South Sycamore street spent Sunday at Yates Center the gnesU of Mn Long's cousin^ Mr. Dennis Hostetter and famlly.- Mr. jand Mrs. William Krause Jr. and'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Menzie drove to Neosho Palls yesterday where they ^pent a part of the day, in the: beautiful park beside the Neosho river and where they enjoyed a bountiful picnic dinner. Thej^. returned home in the evening, i Mr. and Mrs. CJ B. Krause,drove over from their home in Nevada, Mo. yesterday for a visit with Mr. Krause's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. B. Krause, of the Krause Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. ; Bennic Litwin drove bp from Chanute yesterday, and spent the day with Mr. Litwin's tiai-onts, Mr. and Mrs. D. Lit­ win.and family of 211 .North Jefferson 'avenue. Mr. iico Bnrgen and Mr. Robert Crew left this morning for their trip to Canada. They .will drive through In their car and will visit a number of important cities on their way and also after arriving in the provinces. They will be away for a month or more. .Miss Arvilla Anti-im left yesterday on the 1:37 Santa Fe for Casper. Wyoming, for a month's visit with relatives.- «_ , • Tbe Rev. C. I. C61dflmlth, pastor of the First .Methodist church, left today for Baldwin where he will attend the summer school of Theology at Baker University. The school will continue for two weeks. Her. ,Mr. Coldsmith will return next Sunday to conduct the regular aerv-Jj ices ut the church. i Mrn. J., W. Gordon, Mrs. Viola Brown, Mr;«. K. A. Wright and .Mm. It. C. puvln li -fi ihiN afiornoon for Pitola. Kans., U) attend the i4unday .Hrhool n. y. y. L '. ii -onvnnllon of the Neosho National'lin'ptlst Association which i Is convening there tills week, : ' The Rev. Wilbur V. Mycr of Hep- Icr. Kai|s.. was in Iota today en- route to Baldwin. Kans.. where he will attend the Summer School of Theology which is belng ^held at Baker Cniversity. Mrs. J. H. Lamoreau and daughter. Lolita Lamoreau left this afternoon for Kansas City. Lolita nn- der-went an' operation at the Mercy hospital in Kansas City two weeks ago and returned thei'e today fpr treatment. Mr John Padgett is on his vacation' this week from his duties as manager of the local Piggly Wipgly store. Mrs. Padgett and daughter Miss Marybelle are with Mr. Padgett on a trip. Mr. Arthur Davis and Miss Pean Gideon of Tulsa drove to lola yesterday for a visit with Mrs. Minnie A.rmstrong of 209 East street.. Mr. Albert Coop, who lives on a farm abont seven miles south of the Country Club corner, was in lola early this morning and took out a new moVving machine and a big lot of wire fencing. .Mr. Coop is r one . of the foremost breeders of good hogs In Allen county. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Howell of PinUB. were in lola Saturday afternoon and left lato in the evening for Fort Scott to spend Sunday visiting relatives. Mr. Howell Is an employe of the Santa Fe' at lola. A legless man prroD''Uing bimself by means of roller Hkates. was seen upon lola streets Saturday. Mrs. Lena .Mayor, who baa., .benn visiting her daughter. Mrs. J.,W^ard Ohft|iman of 611 iSast Madison avenue, for the i)ast six weeks, left Sunday for her home In Shoshone, Wyo. L • Mra. B. Austin of Kansas City, who haA been visiting at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Austin of 613 South Second street, for the past two weeks, left Saturday afternoon on the 4:28 Santa Fe for her home. Mr. and .Mrs. C. S. Bishop and daughter. Miss Ruth, drove to Chanute yesterday .where they spent the day. with .tlieir daughter, .Mrs. Carson Glore and Mr. Olore and with their son, Mr. Clyde Bishop and Mrs. Bishop. Mr. E. C. Pigg. of the Sandwich Inn, drove to Fort Scott this morning on business. ^ Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Archer and son Wayne, drove to Garnett yes- lerday. '-On the way they stopped Wt Colony and took Mra. Cloirinda AVchcr, mother of Mr. Archer and also a sister of Mr. Archer. Mrs. Rilla Rear, accompanied them to Garnett where they spent the day vith relatives. The object ot the viSit upon this particular occasion was a "hous^ Warming", at the beautiful new home of Mr. antl Mrs. J. B.Farris. which was just recently completed. Another brother. J. W. Archer and also Mr. land Mrs. W. W. Goudy were present. Mr. Goudy is mayor of Garrett. A sumptuous repast was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B; Farris. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wood drove to Joplin Sunday. •: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCartney of 301 North "Washington, have movid their bonsehold goods to 210 Eaat Jackson avenue. Mr. H. B. Mfller left today for AUentown, Pa., for a visit with bis fiarpjbta. j Mr. Ace Baiflett.ls driving d^^Mlller through in bis car. ;' Ifr. R. H. Stewkrt (Dick for jShort) went to Pittsburg. Kansas Satnrday for an wer night and Sunday visit with Mrs. Stewart and danghter,' Miss Rowena. Both Mrs. Sljewart and «Mis8 Rewena are at- tendifig Teachers' College at Pittsburg. Mr. P. M. Mills ot Chanute is managing the local Piggly Wiggly store this week while Mr. Padgett is away on bis vacation. Mr., and Mrs. George . J. Man- drove ..to Madison. Kansas, yesterday where tBey visited the oil ffelds. Mr. Marr says the oil field adjacent to Madison is one of the biggest producing fields in Kapsas. Mr. and Mrs. Heiiry Wagner'and daughter. Miss Patsy Wagjner, of Ft. Scott drove over)yesterday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy N. Fry of 120 Brunner street. A new "Honk" sign was painted on one of the front windows of the Fry drug store today. A telegram was received from Mr. Mr. G. C. Brown who went fo Hie Mayo , hospital, about a weelt ago for observation and operation it necessary, to the effect that an operation was not performed and that i Mr. Brown was on his way bom^ to Richmond. Kansas, today. Mr. Brown is a brother of Mr, O. R. Brown, proprietor, of the Central market. CUNBURN J sootbes the tortared. skin. V ICKS VARORUBi «wfy— I nriiiinii"'-^-Tr Women*s from loss of charm under trying hygienic cohdt'tioni^ •ecu^e this way. Trutpro^ tection—discards, like tissue S CQIBES of women's disor« d^s are largely traced to> day lo old-time "lanita^ padfl," insecure and unsanitary. Eight in 10 better-class women today employ "KOTEX." Weae lightest gowns and frocks: withotit a second tbbnghit, any day, anywhere^. Discards 'iis easily as a piece of tissue. No lamidry. Tivc] times as absorbent as ordinary cotton padsl I Deodorizes. Ends ALL fear of o£Fending. \ . Yon get it at any drug or department store simply by .saying. TCOTEX," No efh- ' bairassment. In fairness to yonrself, try this new. way. Costs'only a few cents. Twelve in a package. korex Mr. Ira B. PranU la In receipt of, official notice, from the secretary of the American Optometric Association, that he has- been appointed, by President Waiter Kimbail, of St Joseph. Mo.-' to i ^erve on the Hesolntlons Committee'dur­ ing the National Convention to be held [at San Francisco Jane 28th to July 2nd. Aa matters concerning the Necessity for. and the validity of the ^ association's charter. as well as amendments to the COn- Ftitntion are to come up. the committee is requested to meet a day previous to the convention in order to-have matters prepared for. the immediate' consideration of the House of Delegates. Other members of this committee are Drs. Ernest Hutchinson, Los Angeles, chairman, and /V. H. Nordland, Minneapolis. Minn. Th'ds; Mc-~j Burnle, Brooklyn, N. Y. Edwin Sil­ ver, Wasbingfoo. D. C. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Henderson of Wellsville: were in .lola yesterday asd spent the day witlr Mrs. Hen-- dcrson's itansts. Mr. and Mrs: M. S. Lewi.«. of IM North street. Tliey' were accompanied here by. Miss t Katie Pairchiid:. and Miss Letha Langdop both of Wellsville. Use Register Wants for results. GET THESE Concerning the Sttper-Saving Event of i the Times! 15 DAYS OF SENSATIONAL SUPER - SAVINGS Demonstrating the dominance of this store In valuergivingf. Demonstrating oar ability to meet all competition. Demonstrating the completeness of our store, our preparedness to s^e yoar every need. • ; STARTING WEDNESDAY, JUNE ,9th, at 9 au m; ' • Let Facts Cwiqner Your Prejudices. HiBdreds of people spend their money with tbeir eyes practically closed. "Ihey either dnnt know or dODi^ care that there Is much to be (nJned by taUnf^ advantage of boslness predicaments. To soch, tliig'sale raean» nothlni^. bnt if open to conviction as to where you will find the biggest bargaInK In lola yoa shonld make it a point to be at this store opening day of tbl.s sale. Jast see the bargains. Your intelligence will do the rest. Crowds will come! It lasts 15 days! Each day will be a great day and every day vrih ;jjate its new features in the form of fine merchandise, ^thrUllngly nnderprlced." This announcement is intended a.s a reminder of the broad scope and general features of • the sale- rather than detailed description. The people of lola know that wben Richardson's ;r have a sale ITS A .SALE! Con.oider this in the ' light of a pronyise. Never before a sale like this! ^Vnd TELL EVERYBODY! | Sale Promptly Starting WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 9 a. m.. Lasting 15 Days. Where Else All day yesterday the child was ailing". > It was evident something was wrong, yet you trusted to luck—or perhaps Providence—that it would soon be alright. It had some fever and did not eat its.supper. Unusual! About nine o'clock it was very restless and you put it to bed tilling it to get a good sleep and it would feel better in the morning. ; " It is now 2 a.-m. Everyone in the household is sound asleep. Only an occasional car passing breaks the silence of the neighborhood. Something awakens you and you lay quietly for a few moments. Suddenly ybu realize that the little one is call- ii^g and you rushito the room to find it sitting up in bed. A chill grrips ydu. You remember it was hot well and you fear it js worse and you rush to the telephone and call your physician. And if you fail to get him you call another and urige him to come at once. He answers your call. Think of the service! Nine out of ten night calls for physicians would be unneCessaiy if tfiey were called when a^need for their service was first shown. ' ^ You do not know of a sing-le other instance—even .an emergency—in which you would ask for and expect to receive prompt semce in the dead of night.' Does your physician answer because of the' paltry" few dollars he receives? NO! His training- of at least a. score of years has taught him to go when and where he is needed. His ideals and his interest in humanity\typify the veiy highest class of service. Do you show your appreciation by paying: him when hie calls? You do not. At least not i pften^ for your thoughts are on other things. And certainly he'does not demand settlement then. But he does expect and has the right to demand that you do pay promptly the first of the following month and you violate every courtr esy and principal of. good business if you fail to pay or make arrang-ements to do so. • ; Treat your physician as you want him to treat you. Be prompt! If you are not, the word may be passed around among other physicians and your reputation for slow pay will eventually c4use.you to lose the chance for service from the repulkble physicians of your community. , i*ay your doctor promptly. • : • -1 I- - .J J I, . • . - 1..-\ •.

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