Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 16, 1926 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, June 16, 1926
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r - ••J THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNg 16. 1926. •Mrs.-J. G. EdwardM Went to Law-| rence tbfs afternoon to • visit her yareata, Mr. and Mrs. C. IS. Puroi. Alias Elizabeth Blfers left ^pa- tcrday for WlchlU where Hhe is •visiting her brother, Mr. Earli Si- fcrs. ' .,. —Dr. Lucy E. Poison. Chiropractor. Northrup Bldg. Phone 326. Mrs. D. P. Northrup and Mrs. R. L. Thompson went to Emporia today to attend the state convention i of the American Legion Auxiliary which Is meeting there June 16•• 17-18. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Blattner ; of Wellsville, Mo., while on their , way ^ to Tulsa, Okla., for a visit . i with relatives, ^to^ped in lola to' day and. called upon Mr. and Mrs J. Paul Bell of 316 South Wa.sH ington avenue. Mr. Blatten and Mr. Bell are old; time friends and were renewing old acquaintance —^Don't fall fo get your Free t Brick of Bennett 'K Ic* Cream with ' each 91^ pnrrhase today only. Cook's Drng Store. A letter received this morning froift- Mrs. Roscpef Richardson states ti^t her mother, who was Beriouslyi ill at her homo • near Gulfport, Miss., is much improveti-j and that Mrs. Richardson, who is j with her mother, will stfirt for lola tonight. Mrs. Richardson's mothe Is Mrs. IX E ; Bush. Mrs. CP. Welter and children of Arkansas City cumc today on the afternoon train and Ipft im mediately for BrnnAon where the will visit their parents and grand pnrents, Mr. and'Mr.s. I'. C. Allen who live near there. .- —Try the 'Palace Barbijr .<^hop. Marcelling; hair bobbing, latest «tyle. 101 S. Wash. Roy Kelsey Mrs. W. H. King arrived homo ; Monday night from the Research hospital in Kansas City where "she has been under treatment for the ; past ten days. Mr. and Mrs.. C. M. Cortner and family of 420 N'orth Walnut .street arrived home yesterday from a two •^eeks vacation in the Ozarks. The Tonic of Cleanliness A -thorough cleansing for your clothes,is an excellent spring tonic, for that dull, drab, wintry feeling! Phone 105 Ableson Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bcrkihiser. north .of lola, announce tho "birth "of a daughter, June 13, whom they have hamed, Wilda Charleon. Mr.:and Mr-s. J. F. Varncr of 414 East Monroe^street left on the noon for Arkansas City. Kas.. to Ire present tomorrow at tlie wedding of their granddaughter, .Miss ;Dolly Varner. Unlike anything—It i.s- . Dix :o • the beautiful enduring finish for . any surface, inside or out. The idlrectlons? brusll It on. Sixteen beautiful eolorn. i)f.t gennlno du Pont Nhnnnon'x. , Mr. and Mrs. T. lO. McdillotiKh, lind daughter, Lornilne. <if Ulyihe- vljlp, ArkanrtHK, nrrlve(l ycHicnlay for 11 vlhit (nlihe home of . VTM . .Mt.- Cull6ugh'n paronttt, .Mr. ulid : .Mm. W. B. Reed or. MI «B Ethel,McCoy went to Ccf- feyvlllo Sunday to vlidt . MIHW I.OIM Duckworth and will go on to J<ar- tlesvlllo to visit an aunt. .Mrn. J. T. .Whitaon. • Her mother, Mrs. U. E. McCoy, will join her today. Swim at HORVILLE BEACH Cliildren under 16 J years, single swim 15c; 10 swim ticket, $1.00; sea -son ticket, $2.50. Adult5,-Kinglc swim, 25c; 10 swim ticket. $1.50; sleaEon ticket, $5.00. ' ' [ ; Electric Lights Star As Long As You Like! • • • Mrs. R. M. Collins of Muskogee, Okla., who has been visitfrig her Bister, Mrs. W. L. Allison and Mr. Allison ^since Monday, returned , h^me today. Mrs. Collins and her brother .and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. White of Kansas .City. Mo., have just returned from a motor trip to —MoDcie. Ind. and . vicinity where . they; spent a week imong rcla;:: tlvesi. f' —Don't fall to get yonr Free Brick, of Biennett*s Ice Q -eam with each $1 .00; pbrchjise todaf only. Cook's Drug' Store. The X-ray plcfur^' taken yestejr- day at St. Johns hqspital-of All^D Wood's arm revealeid'the'heads of both bones in the elbow Joint bro<{en off. making It jvery doubjLffil JU whether the arm be hedled ^ without wiring the 5)6nea-',|<««thef. Allen is the son of'Mr. and Mrs. RoBCoe Wood of 417 South Walnut street He f^U off a garage, where he was. playing with some iptber boya, falling to the' brick walk toe- low. He ^lllbe at the Itoapital for Mr. Eulatc Anderson and Mr. Neal Tocdman drove over to Buffalo today on business. Mrs. A. C. Dulinsky of J224 South Walnut street is indisposed to such .'tn extent that she Is unable to be at the bakery today. —Dr. 0. l>. Cox, Specialist Eye, Ear^Nose and Throat. Mrs. Florence Clarke left today for Hamilton, Mo. to visit her daughter, Mrs. David W. Smith. • • — Miss Leona McPherson was expected home today from Joplln, Mo. where '^she has been visiting her sister,; Mrs. W. B. Schreler and family. —For a real meal go to;Hart's Cafe. Chicken every day. Miss Pauline Corr feaves tomorrow "for Wichita and , Wllmore, Kans., to spend two months with relatives. She will visit her sister, -Mrs. L. W. York in Wilmore. Mrs. Paris Fraser, who underwent a major operation at St. Johns hospital yesterday, is.getting along as well as could be expected at this time. rHr. and Mrs. William Krause Jr.. visited Mr, and Mra. A. W. Lang at Piqua yosljBrday.. Mrs. Carl White came upr from Chanuto totiay on buainesa and for a visit wittt relatlTps. Mr. and Mrs. William Krause, Jr., visited Mrs. Krauso 's aunt at Neosho K^ls Sunday. -r-Try It once—yon will hare no other. Van Hoozer'a Bread. Mrs. Ora Duncan has been employed as stenographer and bookkeeper at tbei office of tlie Nash Motor Sales Co., on East Jackson avenue. Mr. anti Mrs. Sam Benner of Ft. Scott, spent Sjanday in lola, the guests of Mri and Mrs. F. L. Hughes of 12i BrunecJtreet. ' —Gas City Ladies' Aidi will hold an ice cream so>ciai on church lawn Friday night, Jbne 18. Mrs. Swan' Johnson and daughter. Miss Dorothy Fayo of Yates Center, were in lola yesterday for a short timje. They had been to Humboldt and xame this way on their way home. They went over on the Mq. Pac at 6:30. MIsa Alice War<], sister of Miss Alda Ward of the Beauty Shoppc, visited her sister jt 209 East street and left yesterday for McAllister, Okla. Okla. She went from here to Moran where she took the Katy for Oklahoma. F. L..B. LEATELMLD. Special attention given Disease's of Colon and Rectum. Electro-Therapy and Physiotherapy. Office lola Slate Bank Bldg. Phones—147 and 705. Mrs. J. C. ^y•'oodln and children (if Wichita, who spent last week herb with relatives, left Sunday, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry ('ook and son and Mrs. May-Stover, for jnear Fort Scott, to vlatt ^n aiinij. Mrs. Woodin and children went on to Pittsburg Sunday evening where they will Join Mr. Woodin and spend the summer, and the rest of tho party returned liome. —Dr. A. B. Twadell, Osteopath. New Globe Bldg. Phone 191. Miss Louise McDowell of Albuquerque. Now Mexico, will arrive in, lola'within the next few day.s for a visit with her uncle .Mr. J. L. McDowell; and aunt. Miss Lucinda McDowell. Miss McDowell is on her return tilp from attend- ing_thc convention'in Michigan as u-delegate of Chi Omego. a national college sorority. She will also visit numerous school friends while In Ipla. . —Just like Angel Food Cake, Van Hoozer's Bread, 2 for 15c Mr.. W. R^ Thacker; who has been clerking at the M. I& M. grocery for -some time past has resigned his position and has gone to St. I.,ouis.. —Dr. Montgomery, Chiropractor, lola Laundry Bldg. Phone 138. Mrs. Carrie Streeter. left yesterday on the Oil Flyer for her home in Scott City, Kansas, after a visit In lola with her father, Mr, Thomas Rutledge, and her sister, Mrs. W. B. Ayling of 502' Sotith Sycamore street. I Friends of Mr. Dave lx>ng will be Interested in the fact that he has filed declaration of intentions for nomination for-sheriff Instead 6f circulating petitions aB "»omo of the candidates for other :Officcs have done. Mrs. A. W. I^ang of Piqtiaj visited Mrs. Imo Krause last night and today at her home 12 north Sycamore sti-eet. Mr. I .,owell Johnson came : over from Yates Cepter and left yesterday in company of a friend for.Kan­ sas City in their car. —Farm Loans. See us for Farm Loans. R. L. Thompson Agency. ^Ir. Albert Sternamaiv has ac- •epted a position as retail Halesman at the M. & M. grocery store. , MIHH Mary Frances Moody; came up from <,'h «nu (e yesterday, and left liiHt night on the Sunflower Hlieeliil for SI. Louis . and from lliero will go on to Indianapolis, liid.. for u visit with hor aunt^ MrH. Rohert Ilarlman. — Finish the car yo'urself with a unrt of.dii J'ont Duco fr.Dm Shannon's. Mr. n. n. Young' went to F^. Kcott yesterday'to see his brother. Mr. L. i). lAmg: who has been lii a Iio.stiitaL there for a long time. Dave reports the condition of his brother as quite serious. Mrs. W. W. Austin and son John Francis left yesterday on the afternoon 4:2S'Santa Fe fOr their home in Kansas CUy after visiting at the home of :thelf parents and grapd-' parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Skinner who live about one mile'south ot lola on the Kentucky street road. They aiso- visited at the J. W. Austin home at 613 South Second street.. 5o»re of Stockholders Meeting. —The stockholders of the lola Building & Loan Association will hold their regular annual meeting at the office of the Association at <^ East Madison Avenue. lola, Kansas, on the 5th day of July, 1926, at 8 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to- serve, for the ensuing year and to transact/such other business as may properly come- before said meeting. . , THE lOIA BUILDING & LOAN ASSN. By T. M : Bartels, Pres. . E. Pecs, Secy. The - McCarthy Motor Company delivered a Ford tractor to-Mr, P. Dieboldt who lives upon= a farm about two fiiiles north of Plqua. Mr. iDleboldt is a progressive farmer who believes in having and using the best of up-to-date tools and machinery. He purcfaased.this tractor for usi on,his farm, realizing that it would do much more work and do it l !retteif ~than horse-drawn Im—| plements. A great •.^nany of tlie more progressive farmers, like Mr. Dielioldt, have come to realize the fact that the tractor is a good investment, and a great labor-saver upon botb man and beast, and they are installing t&em upon' their _ Mt MADA.VE HeSllOyE 'Clhlrroyant 111 West Broadway - lolo, Kansas, —Tells all about changes, trips, employment, business, oil land or Investments, lawsuits, money lost or stolen goods, buying or selling property, about health aUTI good luck, estates; if wife, husband or sweetheart is true, the ones causing your "trouble, If you will be a widow by death or divorce, give the date and if you will marry agaiii.- Full Life Reading, $1.00. . Hours from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Word has been received In lola of the safe arrival of Mr. Harold Miller. Mr. A. B.-BalHctt and "son and Mrs'. Henry Ballictt, at their destination, AUentown, Pa. Mr. Miller went to visit his mother, and Mr. Balliett to bring his wife, who had been visiting relatives there, home. Mr. and Mrs. W- C. James will leave tomorrow , for Washington, D. C... on the Oil 'Flyer where they both have ppsitions with the Lipman Automatic Refrigerating Co. Mr. James has been employed at the lola Laundry for some time past. His parents live on a farm near Carlyle. Mr. L. T. Baker and daughter, Mrs. W. D. Clark.of 413 East street loft, today for a visit with relatives at Oalesburg, KanHas. Mr. Clark drove thera to Humboldt whom Uioy togk the Katy for Galcsburg. Mr.'nnd Mrs. yillhort Rftcvi«« left yesterday for Wjchlta. Mr. ItVevnH IH on his vacation from his work as assistant manager of tho local Penney sloro. They expect to bo absent a couple of weeks and will visit several towns before r/:turn- Ing home. f: c; R a a • • • • • < ROAD MAPS At the Register Office Kansas Oklahoma Colorado Missouri JArn. E. E. Wright wih in from qasXIty today shopping. Mr. K. W. Klsworth; Is covering his-house In Uaa City'with a new roof. Mr. Eulflto Anderson was In Yates Center yesterday on basl- ncss. Mr. A H, Stewart spent Sunday at Pittsburg; Kansas visiting Mrs.. Stewart and daughter. Miss Rowcna. • The southwest corner of the walk at Shannon's, which was laid in the year 1900, in the first cement produced by .the local cement plant, is being rciplaccd today with new cement Mr. L. A. Ayers was In froip La- Harp'e yesterday and left in the afternoon for Kansas City, where he shipped a carload of cattle" to market. Mr. V. C. Archer has purchased the real : estate and insurance agency and entire office -equipment including tyaewriter, office d^k, etc., of Mr. Geo. D. Smeltser- er, who has maintained an office in the upstairs room over Coutant's hardware store for many years. Mrs. Ralph Morris and ' baby daughter, Patricia Ann. of Hutchinson Kansas came in Sunday night on the Sunflower' Special for a visit v*ith her husl)and's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Ed .Morris of 619 north Jefferson avenue. People who like to beautify their premises might get some good pointers by taking a look at the front yard of Jack LaMay's at SOS West Madison avenue. There are here .-i couple of-places 'enclosed with lattice work, and sdats are provided for people who desire to sit and rest and take advantage of the refreshing breezes ot evening. Nice ferns with-flowers growing in them, have been placed near and the whole prcHents' a fine picture, worfhy of .being copied by others who enjoy a sight good to look upon. If more premises were' oni .Tmonied like .Mr. La.May's lola woulil attract a lot of attention from tourists pa-ssing through lola, as well as being a nice proposition for town people. SHORTAGE IN ACCOUNTS (Continued from page 1.) ANOTHER FISH STOR¥ llr. J. H. JtvJIIumy Tell* Ond Which Would U« s Credit to Baron-^Moncbarften. CHIEF DROPS A COP (Continued from page 1.) PAGE THREE Mention was made In yesterday's Register about Mr.. O. O. Homer visiting hls^other, Mrs, S. A; Horner of 115^ South Seetjnd street, which was corrected. But Mr. Horner also has two brotheiJs living in lola whom he is visiting. They are Mr. N. E. Horner of 415 South Buckeye • street and Mr. Scott Horner, An lola Girl Honored. Miss Hazel Wallace, of this city was one of ten freshmen students out of the 280~ enrolled in rhetoric and composition A in Emporia Teachers college to be promoted-] to rhetoric and. comQpsition B as a result ot a series of tests given to determine the ability of each student in English. The tests consisted of class exercises, the writing of themes, and the Barrett-Ryan tests which are used in Kansas colleges. " The Barrett-Ryan, tests are compiled by E. R. Barrett, bead of the English department and Miss Teresa.M. Ryan, associate professor of Eng-' listi. Twenty-six failed to equal the standard set by the^ department and were demoted to a'preparatory course'in EngUsb^ At the beginning ot each semester and. summer term, the aeries of tests is given to all students enrolled in r&etorlc and composl- UgnA. V - . . dcrschmidt. was on her way home from Boston and would reach Leavenworth within a few days. Their marriage soon was to take place. Rather than face the disgrace attendant upon exposure and the rupture that inevitably would follow, nines took a .45 caliber rc- volyer from a ilrawe'r in the cashier's cake and sent ia Tjullet crashing through his brain. Because of the -prominence of tho Hincs family and the high regard in which the young teller had been held by officials of the bank and discomfort exposure would cause the stricken families, the bank withheld any statement which would incriminate Hincs. With tho funeral over yesterday there still were stories being circulated and after a conference of bank officials it was decided that a statenSent should be issued. Phelps went to the Hines home yesterday evening and hold a conference with Mr. qnd Mrs. Hines. He laid the matter before them fully and the conference' ended with the consent of .Mr. and Mra. Hincs that a statement shouldbo prepared and given out this morning for publication. The speculations bf Hines covers a Kerlod dating from last February and was confined to one account in the Christmas club savings dcpsirtm^nt ot which Hines had charge. Christmas club savings are kept by card arid there, arc 1,700 of tbeso sepnralo accounts. Hines removed from tho records one club which was tn paf 11 ,000. As dToslts came In for this club ho atntfoprl- nleii tho niopcy and tliem was no reason tn Muspcct that there was a dlNi-repnncy In his accounts. Last Sunday, was an eventful day in more* ways than one. The wind storm which came throagh this section of the country Sunday afternoon did considerable damage to trees and In some localities to out buildings, but here is a story that 'takes the cake:" Out at Concrcto lake several people were fishing, some in boats and some upon the bank of thb lake. Mr. J..H. McMurray Was among the fishermen and this' is hib version of what happened: "I was standing upon the bank ot the lake when the witid began po blow and noticed many 'whirl finds' In the distance. I was watching these whirl.winds when the wind began blowing pretty hard! and did not notice that the'iraves on the lake were rolling pretty high. Pretty soon a huge wave came rolling In toward where I was standing upon the bank of the lake, which was about eight feet above the level of the water in the lake. Before I had time to think of what might happen the . wave struck the bank and rolled up over It and completely submerged my car and myself. I was of course, drenched to the skin, but the novelty of the situation.was so amusing I rather enjoyed It. I got into my car and drove away but the spray followed me for about a hundred feet. Helicve it or not, but this wave threw about lifly small fish out upon the bank. '•.Mr. and Mrs. J. IS. Kersey and a couple of their friends were In a i>o;it upon the lake and saw the storm approaching and pulled hurriedly for'•the club house, which act in ail probability saved them from a watery grave." ment should be sufficient evidence of my confidence In him, I do not think, the charge that. 1 failed to raid a house supposed to contain liquor and gambling will appeal to anybody who win ujxercise u little thought and who will be fair in their reasoning and clear in their thinking. We cannot always break into a house because there is a whisper of gossip about it. We have to have some facts upon which to base a raid. If we raided every time someplace was 'reported' to ns, we would be busy keeping' out of jail ourselves because In this country there Is a principle of law which makes a man's home inviolate s<f long as l.p,keeps it within the law. We propose to enforce the law impartially but we cannot brealr into houses upon whispers and gossip. Whenever Mr. Ralsh or anyone else presents Information upon which we can base a raid, it most certainly will be done." Mr. Raish is the first member of the present police department to be disciplined. He said today that he had" no idea why he should be relieved from duty • s'ince he had' given his best service and felt that his conduct had been entirely compatible with the ideals :of good service. Raish is a veteran officer hav- mg Eerve(l_for years as a special officer and a-s a member of tlie lola police department on occasions when there was need for someone to fill a vacation term. Mr. Raish also is a deputy sheriff. "(|{y the .\«ii (M PriM.s) National I.e»giiP. Plttsblirgh .-1-000 040 21)0—0 12 4 Boslon^ 021 000 Ooo—3 7 1 Aldridge ,nnd K. Smith; Cenu- wlch, Mogridge and J. Taylor. Chicago ,_InoO 'loo 002—1 7 0 Philadelphia i.-OOO 000 OlOr—l 4 1 Blake and j ffartnett; Carlsui/, Pierce, Baechl and Henllne. FOR INPIGESTION The rook Is the only bird that repairs his nest in th? Autumn. The same birds u-si; the same nests year after year, and just before migrating they touch up their nests An ostrich is woOh more dead than alive. When the bird is killed every bit ot It is used. The,'-''".'' 1'"' 'f">m in order for the win- flesh Is made into biltong, the skin''*"^- is.«oId for fancy shoes, the feathers are made into dusters and ornaments, and the bones are ground up for meal. TiijC. W.aterburg team, champions j •<"f the Eastern League in 1924 and | l'.»25. Is fimiing the rond to the top j considerably rougher this seasonr Why of Course— —you are going to need a light weight wbrk pants to put on after you arc through with your day's work. We would like to have you drop in and look at the pants that we have to show you. They come in two shades that I am sure will please you. Priced at $1.50. The Hub SEIDLITZ BARN PAINir One Gallon Paint $1.5t) i One Gallon Paint Oil $1.15 Makes Two Gallons $1,321/2 Per .Gallon Rt>WDEN 'S AUTO BODIES AND SHOE HORNS ' A.s aiito bodies are punched like cookies from a plate of Kleel, odd.s and ends of variou.s shapes fail from the cutting machines. But big bu.sino.s.s concerns cannot afford to. wa.ste these cuttings. From them t hoe hol-ns, and disks, fifty other different articles are made. Using every re.source to the limit brings profits to busines.s—and to individuals too! Make sure of using every penny wisely, by opening a savings account here. T FIRST BANK "Oldest Bank in AUen County' ^ CHICAGO Internatioiial Eucharistic Coiigress Round Trip CoacbFara Only . RonndTrip R.R. Farein Sleeping Car *PiiIIinan fare anotardiarge additional. Ticketf ptx sale June 16*23, inclusive. Final renim limit ^"^y^' : FuRhct <ktalb from , W. H. DoBiir, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, K. C Mo. —American League. W.-isTiinglon _,_100 01 Chicago -_lio 00 ' ' Johnson and Ruel; r.,yyns Crouse. and Of the five, senses p(i..;.se.sso(i Ijy man, that of smeii i.s the least developed. .Many objects .i;iv odors that can be dcteeteil I,.. mals and insects, but which cannot be smelt by human beings. out \y aiii- Both the Ilrilish open and unia- t<-ur golf cbanipionship.s have now been won by players .of American birth. Walker flagen having 4!ap- tured' the open and Jesse Sweet^er the amateur title. Thei recent tour of. Germany by a team of Knglish women hoekev payers, in ^«lich t),e vi.sitor.s yvo'n ^"'^ of tl'e maicJies plaved. proved, once iw^ain that Kn^rlana is l .ocker " "^'"^ "f women's 6 BKUMtS Hot water Sure Relief ELL-ANS ZScand 75« Packages Everywher*-. ^MakesYou v ^ore Beautiful Apply this new. v-'onderful harin- less before retiring; rub it in thoroughly aiid leave it on overnight.' Notic! how .white juid clear your complexion becomes. Nourishes, • purifies; inipcrfection.-j fade away. Your conipUstion will I'xik like a child's—soft, smooth and beautiful. Oct a jar of McUo^glo Beauty Cream ti^iay. COOK'S DRUG STORE SKATING RINK West Street—lola Ailcrnoons 2 to 4; Nicrhts 7:.30 lo 10 Children. Saturday MerniiiK ' »:30 to Jl ir ,e GOOD ORDER PERIIAM'S—FOR VALUE GIVE DAD A TIE DAD'S DAY! DAD'S DAY, June 20 "Di^d" always smiling, tievcr coniplaining. .Just always a-wondering hr >w he i-an make your life and my"life happier. Mi 'i'»-'s a da.v set ajiarl lo honor "him"—let's make him iiaj)jiy l>y .showing iiiiii wi) ajij )i'wiaLe hini. Only^ a tie—but Dad's worth a good one. Show . him your good taste. Four-in-hands .5flc to §2; Bows 25c (o $1 -\oveIty Handkerchiefs ior DacJ's pocket 25c Pajamas ahvay.s ; . Dad likes good shirts as Dad... Plain and h-oliir' well a.s we do. colors-to; suit his taste. $1..5y to .^2.50 <)5c to S3.00 Super Values for Dad's Day By Affiliated Clothiers For lola ' ^^XSL • T-"-^ tariff'.*!

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