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'city of Idla. . . ... tr City of Bassett. -•jpfflttfal Patter, Alllq County. T«eptibne ;J1. ....ii (Prlyais Bmipch Exehaim-o Co :mecUn(# All| Departmen'-s) ^ MembfeT'ofr- Natlonat E litorial AssoQiatlon. jKsncas , Pr< ss AssociatKjn. • ^The Kansai Daily Leapue. 'vAudit Bureiiu of-Circiilaticiu v.* Press Congress of the World. ;)•. Inland DaUy. Press Afcsociation.. Mp.t\ pay ' wan boosted to $^0.8S p ^T worker. W ARM liave inoreased :nt)()ut Vi$ ycr cent; living costs have lncr/as»eil alMJut 70 per cent. ! Tlies'.' fiKtirL's, approximately, .liVcvail all over the United States. It in from tin's : tir ^Iu's eatniog piilk'cr I hat tho counti*y draws the SUBSCRIPTION RATES ^ w > '• ' • By carrier in lolii. ^a:^ (ii.v. l,'illarp<; l>;iy for its atltos. it.s radios, its 'obe 'Wqek ' ' ' i. c. rit.< corporation stocks tJaje siointh(•••t-i witli 15,000.001) owners. While .One .tear BY MAIL * • .^ijiiir" Industries: and some sections On'e'Tonr''" ^"^^ jinrJ"'' f'"^ country Jiave not been uhl- tSix •Montlls !,!!!!."!!!........!'..Ji."".'forniiv i)i-osper6us, these '^•hrda Moniiis .JI.-.T.' Oiie Mont li ^ : i>Oc - ' . 1 Outside Allen County 'One T*«r Six; MontlA , •Tbr»e MoutUii ....Ii.r,ii figures sliow a Kcnerul averano. Hut cverx- whcic there has been • a lift in jtcoit'Iitions. ! '^pMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. . The lli'Rlstor c:irrii>:< tM- .%.V.-.HI:,1, <1 pPrHSh: roiMitt ' by S|M.<-I,I| wir.'. 'The AKHOrli*ti-(l l^'-si .' i-i••••}<• >Ji• tItlcNj lo 111.- ti.ue.f.T r-l^'ilrfi' ii' n '.f nil jIlirWH <1l>^!»;if. li. H iTdlil. I I. IL i.r IK.I ' OtllfrWlsi- (ifilil.-ri ill lli-^ 1 if I-. iiiirl J<I«o thij Io>':il ii.-w.-- in.'l Ii li. li'i-i III. If: 'AU'rlKfK .H or r.-|>iil'lii-i i'"M nf >•"•.!.,I it-•—^ <l. The announcement that Jlonor-r iilrlo I;'. S. (inyer of Kansas City, Kali,«a.s will be a candltlatc beforp the Uuiiulilinins for ihi- nomination iif Ui>|)ri's'cnt:itlvi' in rongresH only (uriiiiim; what has for .-i long.,tinie li !.-ij MiKli'i-iilomt. " .Mr. (liiyec was ili '.iiil id nil ihc unexpired Kirm <ir ihv IflU' Cnloiul i:. ('. l.iUle, and • .Bible Thoniikt fpr Toddyy \ i-liiri'' Um/. llnir It has been taken (1 tliMl lie would bi'ionie Kt^bnke a w|}!.- ui,-rii. iii ?! 'n '-love |!ie»;. Priiv. jtys, I ; KAUjw i>|»i'rni;.ss rii.iis . P I. S<,'6lt 'ifrlliHii':; A il.urviii.iii , »iti i>. turrit near I -'nrt Sii.ii; i :.ilriiw- il .•lliK a mrtiilhly i "'ll. i i^i lioiti S' I'lrtil 'liiiitiari'd 111 .'I :i 'iitiiiiij ilol lnrij;- Willi i)n<' mini ti "'i [•\ •l ''l |i; Jifirf'*'jin(l^ rai'ifhi; (in Imipt I'i: <1WI1 ,-ft*t'lt. -I Urll III' JlMrlrt liljl ;i ftllio b'tt I" wiuiy aliuiif •uv!;:(f Coii- i.-r ^'^Bl in' d ')liiK. Tii.niM r ..ViMvs: Koiir . MM I h i .1 v. -sijiiiuiir fl<rin::ii botiRht sixly-uiii' ! I .iil-dC ' J I W iZmsA- H <--'liVe .-:...n I ill V <: I.-' Mil Arllinri j ...k.l lor mailt a <':iiii |irli^t(> at Ibis liiiic. IJ. Is t .l;;ii |fl( Mill of l)v IcMHi'iiliig ri(f Infill P V In pollil'.'s on till' l^iij-t of liiiipl/- t,'<iiieiall.v\ Ihul .Mr. .(jiiycr :i|i|i :iri 'tilly lias no iipposil loij bit- loii' *lii' iirlmiiiy. II Is >;eltlbg (o III' ^'o It Is ill) loiiKir a qili'slion of rlidiri: aiiiniii^; many tiii'ii as lo who lUlllljl 111' M 'llt (o CiiliKrcMH bill .1 i ;Mi't:i inn a»i III who Mill be fonnd williiu--' Co lalii; tiir Job. Mr. Guy- i -r li;t« .:iinidiin>"'i'il that bv'ils wlll- iiii- Id lie ."It" anil, it si .'eiUH -aow tli .il he' will Ko III by iinniihnotis ctUL-^l'llt. six miles wi;,: ni Tlj.i.vi i .MH I IUC fir.sl wool amuuniMi i ,ii $.S^>s. yt-ar 's. riTi-iijit.'s ,l -ir h ':iiji> and | Hrodor ; Challapin, Kiissinn baritoiic, iii Willi'. brains as well as ii.^tbe erei famoiis ditcd musical Tii.'r>.i'i- 1 o'lid yearV croii of wi i-l ahil I .u il >s iirnnplil ^fifiil. and .iJ; t yoar it ; .'aniounti-d to $!:«). On rii<.!mt of inaliinK. arran;;"iiii!tts Icj take n .trip "to ('alil"i!ri;ia, Oii irmi sense. Out of London.he has broad.- •{•.istoi'l to Ills jfcdlow countrymen in i;\issla who arc -struRKling with thq •Soviet, ideals, that "America and not Kussia is the real workers' Re-^ j-il.'lic. for there the jpeople* get If iJ- . .1 , , what they work for. Give a work- %Vashin;;tnn this sii.n ;;iK,r. • .\ir. .\r-' . , , ,. . ••: • , ., " ,. - ,. lu^-ntan what le. needs—Ins desires - thur dcciili"! lo (lisnosi; m Ins n--., ^ ; , . . • i . ,' , , '»• , , • , ', iiiie more nidihtst than mine, of ' , , .. , ., , (onr.'-o. and hii will give you all a few., ijav.s ;iq^. ;i|id ili" sale , , . ;.. . • • . , ,• • , ! he has to pive. Then yoli will have •'. , „• -• • i neilhi-r .1 revolution nor strikes. . . , .„ •, . • .Nmericas real struns-'th. said : oD an inveslm-'Oi :.| ^•.ir .i.oii. .Mr.' .... : ,1 ,. ^ , , ' J r ,• ("haliapin. is not in its gohl but Arthur t;>kc.st. >:eod care of , .„ . , , . , , . ... ,r work which Aineri- slieep. foi 'din;; tin in l-i'-- ri .-illalf.t . i , . , . : , . , can ^.drknien have, and the op- hay durin? til'.' wiutii- >!ii iii dir , . , . , . ( pdriiiiiitv to work out their own OOJiT T MIM K "ALU FOLKS »e> LOWBROWS ^ \Aink MO BEAVJW «N TftER bO0li=> tF 1v4tV OOkffrSt?^0 IfAERE AQAPiM WVTH I T H&R av/Es; AS act «&. e(|)wis> ATi SpME t^AfiS ^reSR PlECi OKI CAMVAS IKi I A* Ml L1.MOW obixAC? HAU- CAOSE ^EV :M«><?BE OSCO T ^EAL OMES • ^''^J.JavwiLLi^wvs C ROSS QUMTS (A. C. S.) I >;pni>.i; as ^o(ln as an i laail) h'.: lulls Iif'r i_i. i: j.L- froh) tiie in.-ijn l.'i-r'l :ii: j I a ratioii of, oiif "snod i, rouSlinfss. ; va.v • ij ^i -r df corn til ilii' ! ^'alvalion." I •„ Tjii' i'urri-iil nmnrii'r nf liii- i:iij- j-;Ver.sity| 111' Kari:-:'- i .'iailii-rii' .\1 :iMa- .|, zihi' tilidWs ur.T aliimiil aiii |-')nriir''r . .Kl lldvlliii .of Ih" ili '-:lilrlii >ll '"li )W In ^s-silliij' Aort. df >.Tvii.i' 111 "lnii'!i;» • •.countI'ii-H..' Til.' ii ;ini .;.,;iir ill )lij"i> ;iir..' |ntliliHiii(i ill IM-: iiUMiliiii; iii'clir 'm!i(':i"/llli- .iiMii"!" i.!l' ly •|.;.i-'ji;i^.-.| a^i- ilti' "Kii'' 11 n \'iiii1 :i. i" .•ini it l;i;;l(imi inl.i' ':i|ir lii i iM'wIily , ri Ti 11 el 111" j. II.- iji III' i|. |..-ii U;.' Illll'ir Sl:ili .._ i.:jl .\ii.'l ij;. . V ^1: r.ri' hi ill I'-i''il •iiliiiiii:': li:ili a . JjiintiW'd niiiiiti if;.. .•u-ili,'ii| ..iiiil linclvili /cd. liltli.iiri^li I III' . iliul its iit'i'.riiy 1-l.iiiii','iHi: over (III-' Kiiidjir:iii •'itii .trn -H. II vis S|M! U on Uiv roads., Itiit is it? OH rather an iiiri ii -iim- l.iri Ihul i A iiiiiiil in.iny people are beginning "! Ibis iitUe town (.r iol.i iHiiviiirs'*d :iHk that (luestion, and they will 'its quota of lI!l'^:l• uii! : w:iii .ii 'rinf ' <liniai '.d an answcr._ '. HTlidents, haviiifi' Iv.i. lU'lli-jc-H III itilfj Ml < 'I'lil 1 ,il ,>iii< li. pi It has ri'iiiaiiii'd for Senattfr Uli'asc. of South (iaroliua. to liring lurward in the shape of a bill the liiiisly]n'<-iiliar basis iipon which to li.v lallriiiid friiulil (-barges ever >''i (|i -vised. This bllli proposes lliiil iid cariii-r shall ehid'ge a liigli- 1 .r Iri'i^l^l rati' dii flirm prndiiclH , I I KIII diu'-twi-iiiii-lli df. the selling i|iiiri' .-iM ill ii -riiiiiii-d at the poliil ^ wlii-ri' llie priiiliirt't are dlspoHed ' dl' .11 will liarilly In- cdiileiideil l.i'.il llii- 1JillTd.ii|.;i -iili lix'the prici III i;iiiii iiidi|iiii-i arii-rjiiliiiil mar- jl'l. ?iml yl llti'.v .-crc/ld be nuked III li .i'..' Iliilr ( li,ir»;eir upon thai ' |.n..' II wiiiilil 111' hard lo liniiglne ; ii uiiir.' illoi^ieal propoHlllon. • i:;iiisas iiidViilrtH paid more ilian rn'i' III ; :t l.tiOii.iioii la."-;! year in gasoline lax. iiniiKMi '.'I'hi' thi 'dry is that all Ibis money ii family tn Cliina. II Soutli Amijrica./ , . 1 • • •!s in S.vria.' another in Tlie-troublp with tin- (on.crf-ss- ^:,..lnen who are i.ilkirg .'(i.'aj .nsl the tariff is tliat liut pet siM tangled / iip. ilv.they talk lo a labiir audienee aliid toll tlicm they want tlu' tariff lowered so they ^can riduce the price i of food ^:tl^fi.'^, th- fnrme.r 1^ Iwrnsiin and. want.'; tv uamv ho ^V ^' • that ivIU affe<t th jii-cc efjiis :corn niid. wheat and c ;!ttle and ^' ;lio.e;?.; An^l if thoy telli a f:~rnu'r "'crowd'they want tht,- t -rifi iowcr- 1;'^'^ ed' so tliey can i red i -'e' tlie price " of majojiifacliifed tlii;' the (f.-irni- er iliuys,' along cou.^ .The fa •'•vjyij A thief who stole S40 pounds of rope and was sent to jail in CMriiett awaiting trial, Ibroke jail and, made his escape. Why didn't the sheriff tic the rope to him? It is gelting'i now so 'about the most enthusiastic approval-; of a man ever gets on the golf j.oursb for a good'drive is: ."That won't do you aiiV harm!" •:• •:• •> •:• • • • * • • <• *,<* * •> •:• . • •:• JtE.VL ESTATE TRANSFERS • •:• Issued daily from office of * lola Abstraat Company; * • . I •. * •:• •> •:• <• •:• • •:• • <• <• * *> •> .* ^ (.lune 8. wac .l ; I.ntii.=;v -M. .Mitchell and V. h. I)! .Miteaell. >viie and huslmnd to E. E. l.i.iTgelf and .\Hie Ligg-etf Com ML ft. W.of S\V corner of Lot 1 .•"in„„.. If - '•'•'^ RiiO '-Kles Add to ibla K. 50 :' All men are lidrn fr. ; rnnal v. ,„ ajjoy. . . : we sayr remark? ih.. ri. .s.ui Tri- Wiliani li. ChappcU and wife Iwne. A goiid '.i<;iriv .of ns dn \< ! ••' llose to .1. M. ll'Urien. Lots,9 and l" lilock lluinboldt JIO .oO (ex•i:ii miu $!»00.) •work-crs and. w.-irit ti know u ^ffi>«> ihalrWdiilU liavt on tliiir .t>r their w;;iges; ' > 1 iK-da that but it is ii'if i.li.ii 111 ; V tlou of ludijpen'leiii 1' v.-. ..r- ; •; vlwsed to. bp (EU 'tinp, sa.v' In i ijit ;b .ininiortal di.'i-i .t !i>nt . li "plirci ^t .ielands: ."All^meii. nr'- imrn cntiat.' triiomas 'Jufrnr ."im. I..- ".s.-ir •; Jipr. of slaves, wiiiild h .Trdly haV' "ivdtlcn, and he jlid iioi wi-i'e. ".\il .: ruoii are born .fi'-e.-i J';. •'•ftifh his coiiiury^ aln.'id>| pe.r |f Cen^pfer populated a i ;i 'i-jiian i- -fesspr; is • won;, ing over the ie- cUnc'fntJlie .birth rati of Cer- .'iiian^.KHe must ijitinUv the next ; ,,Seneria |ion TV IJI need a"Jcoiiplc of • {Jnillli^. toenj tor soldiers Frank (,'. Miller and wife Belle Id \V. L. Hall. That part of ,N% df SW'i, Ka.-if of l:.'th Street attd pnil of SKU of NWU West of Hy ri'.;!il of way all in lU-UC-lS 12 icres *:!50,0<i. (.tune .O. 1021',) , (i-=<.ir .loni's aiid wiN- liattic! M. •1 lic^sie A. .MaUmey Lot 6 Block '..:! I.,la $1.00. ; ( arrie SJioniiiiiker. widow ot al to I.ula R. M iriin et «1 SVj of .N 'irVi i;»-24-:;i. $1.00 (to correct title.) ^ C'llus Stewart, widower to W. F. <;roeshi;ck. ("omat EW'cor of Lot 1 Block 1 Re.nos Add thence 55 f( North, 50 ft East 55 ft S. 50 ft AV. to beg said'lot in Renos Add to |ola ?350.0Q. | -' We were a little surprlscdAthia inotnlng to discover the towB all decorated with flags just because we had started Cross Currents in the paper again. « • * If you wore your bathing suit for underwear last winter, don't comijlain because yon have to buy a new one this summer. . -• » •* Speaking ot swimming, the time is here again, alas, when. 1.395,965 iditos in various parts df the United States *ill stand on the edge of bathingr places and tell their friends—between / shiwers— Uiat the water is just FINE after* you once get in! ' ' » • • The only thing wo have against Jrap. shooting is that it has developed ai brand new and highly Irritating Vfco-frtiikef.* n\ you'saf Unit you have been trap shooting, your friend says '"Vou have been rilAP shooting?"—and then laughs and ; slaps you on the back, as ff he wore tiie first inslead of tho TiiO.OiiOih lo: ihluk up stich a bright remark! • • NEWS OF LONE EtH June 8.—Mr. and .Mrs.: Boss of Okluhonia, who purchased tho Sanders farm, have arrived and taken possession. .Mr .i 'and .Mrs. Carl Ellington have been Ibusiucss callers in Kansas City this week buying dry goods.. ; Ernie Denny and family are)enjoying a new Dodge.' .'. I During the electrical storm .Mon- dSy night Ted Penland had two milk cows killed by the lightning. Gladys Sprague spent tlie .day Friday, wilh her sister, .Mrs. iN'elson Carrier. i Mrs. J. Klews, Mr. and Mrs. liinol Klews took dinner at the Itike Thompson home Friday. 1. Mrs. Wilson and daughter. GAne- vieve, of Tulsa, Okla., are visiiiiig at thi; W. \V West home. f Mr. and .Mrs. L. V. Slont 4ind family. .Mr.s. W. D. Warren >mi Earl .lackscm spent Thursday evening at the lleryrik home. j,. , Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Andei^pn are spending a cpuple of weoki at Little Benny's Notebook (By Lee Tape) One good thing nboiit these ex- peillilonH to the North I'ole-^thny don't have any trouble! finding a place lo park. The i'lirklnic I'roWenu Kdllorrolii Dully'Register. . Deiir Sir: In uniartli ^ic published In this evenlnff 'H paper signed "A Kiirnier." It wjtis stated t)ml a good bit of-parking space Is taken up'by deali'r's cars evidently put there for advertising purposes- and he .Heeins lo be of the opinion that the elimination of that kind of ad-, vertising would .solve the prroblein of parking, by which lola is con-'; fronted. If ^ anyone; will drive around the square on a busy Saturday or Saturday evening they woiild realize that the small space" that wpuld be realized by taking the dealer's cars off the street could not even help tho proposition noliccably, in fact' there is not an automobile sales building on the square . and dnly two within pne-Jialf block of it. ,Why not solve the parking problem in tlie risht way by parking in the middle of the street in addition to'tho curbs and if the streets arenot wide ehough'.,a portion of the'park could tic utilized for that purpose and would be serving the people' to greater advantage in that way than by growing dandelions as it now is. Respectively yours, A DETALER. The letter to whici "A Dealer" refers did not/complain about tho .siiace taken u|i bycars t|elonglng to dealers in automobiles. Its complaint was'that .cars, belonging to merchants 'or their employees, or lo the o(icup)ant£ of offices above the stores, often ,werc allow«^>o stand intwt of .the day at the curb, and thus dccppied a good deal' of space that could. be utilized by out-of-town' people wh5 would likc^,to get' their carfc up to the .<urb in front of the places where they desired to do business.' The suggestions -."A Dealer" makes as to methods by which Increased parking space migl^ be made available are certainly worthy of con.sideration.' Coffeyvllle—The grarcB of Rob and Grat Dalton, bandit brothers, who were killed l(y CoffcyviUe citizens In 1892 when they robbed- two local banks, were decOTated on Memorial day. A card left on the glKives in the potter's field read: "Flowers in remembrance of cousins." ' The Federation of Women's- Ad- A -enlsing Clubs of the World wUl hold its annual meeting ;In Philadelphia June 90. Eldtrado Springt Cloyce is ing care of the ba^^ber shop_ vAii they are away.; " | . Mamie^^^Dnffj^: <yir: lqlep|pi|; operator, and .Irving Davldso| pf Blue Mound were (piietly niaijried Thursday afternoon. They Avill make tli.eir' home on-a farm Bear Blue .-^lound. Evelyn Stout ' (will lake .Mamie's place at the lelepKone officii. 1' .Mrh. W. W. Charlfbri and dadgh- ter, Ruth, aro spending a Kfe^' weeks nt' Springfield. Mo., visaiug I relatives. i Mr.^ and .Mrs. NUryal BoiililKhl and fiinilly were Hhaking lands with friends Friday. ' .Mrs. Fred Cannes received word .Monday that her mother'wiis very KerloiiHly ill and hud been iiiken to Ft. Sioti to the hoMpllal. She left at once and spent a couple of da.VH wlilr" her. The lower jaw bone bad become hailly Infected and I hey feared blood pbisoii. Slii' is resting easy al this writing and they think llie danger is pasl. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones and family of near lola spent Sunday at the Andy .McAdams home. . Arvllla Gillaland: spent Sunday wilh Irene IVuland. .Mr. and .Mrs. M. A. Irwin eft town din'elly after Sunday school and drove' toiOttawa to take diimer with the Roy Buchanan family; Several attended the revival services at Blue Mound SundaJ to hear tho thirteen-year-old Iboy evangelist. , } .Mrs. Glen Carrier received vi^rd this <Veek of the tragic deallt of lier lilllc cousin, Irving Wright, which occurred at Port Worth. Texas. The^ had been living in "'alifornia for the last year but their Interests were in Des Moines, la. They were making a trip to Iowa, Oklahoma. Arkansas anil Texas. While they were in Arkansas at the home of a ffiend a little dog bit the boy but nothing was thought of the matter until he took suddenly ill at Fort Worth. A physician was called and pronounced it rabies. Evbrything was done lo save tho child's life, but to no avail. The little girl four years old then took sick and the doctor did -iiot give them much encouragement unless a person who hail bad ra^cs could he found who would con to a blood transfusion. . The was sent out and a man, we nA'iie learned his' name, who lives? 1 Fort Worth, consented to help the child. The body of iTlUe ing was taken lo X>eB,Monies. itC for burial. .Hr. and Mrs. "Wrljjlii have visited in Lone Kim and tUf ninny friends they met here wlU be sorry to hear of their troi^l# qnd bereavement. 1 ^ Pop was smoking to himself and ma scd. Well, Willyum, I know one thing and that is tliat Im not going to worry cny more. Wat have you bin worrying about? pop sed, and-ina sed, Xuth- ing speshil but I mcen Ive got a new outlook on life, you mite say. We had a Hindoo froni Indik address us at the reguier meeting of the Dawtcrs of Cleopattera this afternoon and he certcny was won- derfill. He dident tawk about eny- thing' but how silly it is to worry because nulhing is reely werlh worrying about and how we would add yeers and yeers to our life if we would ony cultivate a calm and peaccfill mind. He cerleny convinced me and Im all through worrying, she sed. ' Giving me a ideer, and I sed. Hdy ma. I broke that little blue thing with the funny shape on your dressing table today. . tVipt^ my ixpcnsivc glass ash Iray? ma sed. O well, theres no u.se . worrying, if its broken its broken and wats done is done, irii not going lo worry myself into harden arteries before my lime, she sed. and 1 sed. Well its lucky you feel th.it way about it, ina. because do you know lliut china thing wilh the lady on' lop that was next to t!it! blue Ihlitg? Voiir not trying lo tell me* that you broke my Dreson hair re- .teever loo? ma Ked, and 1 sed. Yen iiinm, and she scd. Well how in tho werld. Wat in Ihe werld. O. this is awful, well, im not going lo worry, ive made u|i my nilnd. Well, G. ma, wait till you, beer nbfitil your torliss shell roiiib, 1 sed. and she sed. My ,wat, () my laiid sakes, evwfi a Hindoo coiililent stand this nnn 1 quick sed April fool ma. I illilent brake enylhing, { was jesl giving you some practice in not worrying. Anil 111 give you something, you crazy thing, ma sed. Wicb she did. being a good slap, and pop dident slop laffing for about 5 min- nils. proving somebody got some good out of the ideer cnyways. Surf-riding, as practiced by the Ilawalians. is one of the most thrilling sports imaginable. Their prowess on the surf boards Is suclr that many can ' stand on their heads, carry a passenger or two on their shoulders and execute numerous other ; amazing tricks when the slippery slanting board is traveling at a speed of twenty to thirty miles' an hour. In her earlier days Mrs. Stanley Baldwin, wife of the British prime minister, was a rather celebr.ated cri^rfiet pldyer, and used to play with "The White Heather Club," composed entirely of women members. Dr. Homer H. Seerley'has a record of 40 years of continuous service as president of Iowa State Teachers' College. SB! WE no XOT— sell $5.00 glasses for $1.00 nor fl.00 glasses for ?5.00. Our price* aro ri ^ht «nd reasonable. Fair„ to you and us. f The Self-Service Market Phone 193 Saves You money! Why? The best meats at the lowest possible price. Baby beef and veal is the kind we cut. .Best Roast 17c, 2flc Good Roast 15c Boiling Beef-_12i /2C, 15c Special for Saturday: Reg^ilar 60c Dill Pickles, dozen ::_ 40c W J L. HARPER, Prop. toes, creamed carrots,*, bran bread, cottage pudding'with strawberry sauce, milk, tea. L Dinner — Hamburg roast, browned rice, buttered spinach, banana and peanut saJad, pineapple bavarian cream, mock angel food, rye breadr milk, coffee. Cottage Podding' rThr^ tablespoons butter.'3-4~cup 'sugar."^ CSS, 1-2 cup hot water, 11-4 cups Hour. 2 teaspoons baking pow-l dcr, few grains salt, 1-2 teaspoon vanilla, v*^ • ' •• -itm0f*- > Cream butter and slowly add sugar; bcatlns until mixturo is very light, 'stir In a few tablespoon fata ot sifted flour and add egg well beaten. Mix and sift remaining flour with iKtktnK powder and salt and sllr Into; firat mlxt'uro. Add hot water and! bent until iicrfectly Bmooth. Add vjinilla and turn Into an oiled and floured sbnllow pan. Bako 2& minutes In a moderately hot oven. Cut In S 'luarcs and'serve warm with tho following sauce-.' . • i ' ' , Strawberry Sauco -, Four 'tablespoons biittcr.*3-4 'cup powdered sugar, 1-4 teaspoon vanlUa,' 1-2 cup cruHl^ed 8trawl {Crrl 'c8, 1-2 (iup whipping cream. ,• • <*/ > Cream butter and bent In s'ugar.^ When white find creamy beat in vanilla niid Htrawlierric -s. Fold In cream whipped .until stiff and serve at once. (Copyrl^t, 13:C, NBA Service, Inc^ Ciiraiiiel ('ast)iril Ice (ream. 1 ciiji milk 'A cup sugar caramelized 2 egg yolks or 1 whole egg U mp sugar 1 cup lliin cr.eam .Make as car;imel custard, cool, add cream and freeze.—R. L. Stains on Iloslcry. The siaiuH shoes somi'tinies leave on the feet !of light colored stoi-k- ings may be removed by washing them in waiter to which a t.Able- spoon of bo'ra.x has been added. Honolulu has w'onien barbers. many Japanese , Yoli can depend upon oui' good ijucfe"-7 ment in selecting- the right Foodstuffs for you when you telephone youii order. We fill hundreds of orders daily. PICNIC TIME IS HERE. ' 1 Let u.s .supply you for that party, picnic or carhp- ing tripVvith wood or paper plates, spoons, forks, <;ups, lunch set.s and paper napkins.'"^ And the EATS^Everything you want: Derby Br'd Deviled Ham Tongue . Lamb Tongue Calf Tongue Ox Tongue Loljster Moat Spreads Sandwich Spreads Chicken a la King Boneless Pig's Feet Caviar Mushrooms 'Sardines Crab Meat Olives I'ifkles Lunch IMeal .siof Many Kinds. Specials for Friday and Saturday Lard.lO Ib.s. for - — ?1.70 Chee.si;. per lb. _. : 25c Navy Heans, 7 lbs. for... ___50e,- :i lbs. (;ra(-kers, for' • ». _ _ , -45c, Blackberries, 2 No. 2 cans u--45c RUB-NO-MORE Cleans Linoleum and Makes it Shine I»ganbi'rrie.s, 2 No. 2 cans____ Monarch Ketchup, 2 bottles (2 cans.Yankee Beans PVee) Pineapple, No. 10 cans — __J 85c —-_45c EVERYTm.S 'o TO EAT -T S \ LADY ALICE 3 Lbs. $1 .45 PerLb .45fc ijS ^y Alice has brought breakfast '.satisfaction to a host of lovers of good coffee. Served piping hot—try serving it iced— you'll .surely enjoy it these warm summer ^ays. Mother's Chinaware Q "1 v» (hits. pkg. , OlC (luaker Quick Oats OKv* large pkg. _ . . <Q OC Swan.sdown Cake Q/l Flour, pkg. . Certo, for jams'and OQ/» jellies, bottle 1, ... : .1,^97\y Hein/. Baked Bean.s. regular 15c value, 2 cans 23 C Van Camp's I'ork & Beans, med. size, a favorite brand at '^JZ^ favorite price, .'{ cans.__ LUJi Carnation Milk VA>;^GAMI';S or PET for Large Cans.. . ^ American Beauty Macaroni— Cut or long—pkg. American Beauty Spaghetti per pkg. 8c 8c, Swift's Brook field Longhcrn Cheese, Lb. Log Cabin Tomatoes, 15-oz. tin. Standard Missouri pack, can 27c 9c Star Naptha— ' i Rub-No-More WASHING POWDER WASHING POWDER L''!*r :....._...„25c 25c LINIT, for starching, OfT^ 10c value, 6 for _^9C Swift's Quick, Naptha. I Soap Chips, large size__ Xt/Ci 1 THE UNITED STORES COMPANY PICGLY WIGGLY Me/ps Those Who tfe/p Themselves Come to 113 East Madison Friday; and Saturday^ Jni^e 11 and 12 taimnawga

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