Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 5, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 5, 1933
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t^AfJRi TWO THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5,1933 Mrs. Anim Bogerfi arrived last tagbt from Chianute^ to visit a few -ttaye with Mrs. Mary Taylor and oVhti friends. Mrs. Rogers was fbtmerlyia reslfleht of ipla. —i -Ask yourii grocer for the 5c loaf of Delicious Bread, or the 10c loaf of ;Enner-Jee Bread, made by the lOla Bakery. = . iiXB. a. E. Lear left this morning for* Independence called ,hy the deat!h of her brother-ih-la* WU- liant' Lear. Mr. Lear was at his brother's bedside at the time of his death. OTTEJPS iBREAD Pbnnd'Lbaves, double, single, I sliced 'or plain—5c ^ For sale atj yonr Grocer or at the Bakery 211 N, Jeff.—Phonie 805 Truman My !rsi who i has been spending the holidays' with his par- ^ents Mr. and Mrs. J. O. ^Miyers left Mondiy for LaWrence where.he attends the Uni\(ersity dl Kansas. —See new beauty—coal and wood . RatJfee. Also real furniture bargains. Curtis Furniture,, 10 N. yfaah. Mr.\ and Mrs. Herbert Ro??pr^ of Ch&nute are guests of Mrs. Rogers's grandparents, !Mr. and Mrs. i-'. M. Denn^. ' Attdmey A. R. Enfield, who has been tjulte ill with the flu the past two weeks, was able to return to his Office Wednesday. TEN DAY SPECIAL ON FLOUR : Patron's Pride, 48-lb. sack...83c : Jack North, 48-Jb. sack......67c : Ruby, 48-lb. sack ..... .1 62c : Be isatisfied by'bringine us'your : Gream; Poultry, anq Eggs ORANGE PRODUCE : 208 JJ. •Wash. Phone 1137 Attorney F. J. ,0>'ler was ablu to fetiirn to his office Tuesday afternoon 'after being',confined to" his home hy illness the past!week. Charles Wilson lhad asi his weekend guest Delbert Donriell of Le• Roy-• i . • r FOR SALE: Double barrell .20- gauge M ^otgun. Would trade for pigs orcal^^es.. Phonel 962F2.: MI 'S." Hjelmer S^eline }' and her daughter iMary Louise .visited Wed' riesday; with Mrs. I 'Shellne's parents in. Neofehd Falls. I Mrs.]Di H. Smil a jguest <^f her mother Mrs. Minnie Taylor.and her fa rh, who has been the past few days, returned Tuesday to her home in Richmond. CALL 404 Fo|r Mill Work ; : Doors, Windows, 'Sash and Glasis : . I^LA PLANING IttILL "If Made of Wood, We Make It" : r 404 North Street Mrs.. 'Omie Wllspn entertained ; Mr. aiid Mrs. Harley Clark and their dnjTBhter Virginia,! at dirmer New Year's day. • —Ask th"bse that we have served, our prices are fair. Sleeper Mortuary. Miss Qladys Cortner, an, instruc- ;tb't in the lola Junior high school, has returned from Kansas City Where she visited her parents Mr. and Mrsi C. M; Cortner during the hdlldays.v —Just prrivpd. new THOR, $49.50, at Radio,'Service Shop. Mrs. L^e Veteto. who lives west of town, was a guest yesterday of Mr. and Mrs.(lra Peck. Mrs. E^ma Krannich is critically ill with ihfluenza. JFAIRMONT'S ^Frozen Fresh Strawberries :and Raspberries are now on salpj at all the leading groceijy stores Fred Brbdbeck of klnsliey is visiting his cpusin. Prank Brodbeck. • W; ;Ei Dulin^ky ; and her daughter .Marv'el wepit to Neosho Ffllto Tiidsday evenljig for a few days' visit with relatives and friends, i ! MODERN GARAGE Completfjly E^aipped /General Repair Oiliji? and Greas{n!g Carl: Washing ! General''Tires and Repair ' SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 >ir. and' Mrs. D. A. HenricHs and their son; Dolph went to Wicliita today to week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. fTell Henrichs. Tell Hen. rlchs is a son of Mr. and Mrs! D. A. Henrichs.;' IGAS RANtiES Oicilii Beaniy Bahres and Detroit White Stars A to, cook with—and so easy to deao!- Insulat^ — it consnmes less gas. Modem oven heat regn- ator.: Finished In soft gray, ivory, iJreen and white. Easy small payment viUu. We Trade—Free DeUvery W. tt WOOD FINE FIJRNITURE W. is. Tfesk has accepted a pcel« tlon as s^esman. for the Nutrena NtUls of Kansas City arii beraa his work Tuesday morning. [ His travel- lilg territory consists of seven coun- 5M in the:northeastern jpart of the state. v.. 1 Mrs. S .j A. Duggan lis quite ill with the flu. ' —A. R ' Chambers, M. D. Office Mittelbacb Bldg. Pbo. 303. R^. 377. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wood made a business ; trip to Humboldt this morning, i , —T?T. W. P. Hull, Osteopath and Diagnostician. IPhone 120. Miss Mary EUen Stadler returned Sunday to the I University of Kansas after spending the Cliristmas vacation with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Stadler. PLEA^ US • by bringing us your Produce and we will please you by • .giving .you a square deal. R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE Opp. P. O.—Phone 389 Mrg^. Elizabeth KiiiEel and Miss Pauline Middleton returned this morning from Mattoon, 111., where they accompanied the body of Dr. P: S . Mitchell for burial. Mr. and Mrs. K. Newman moved to 902 North Jefferson Monday froin their former residence in Oklahoma City. "FRANK 8EZ": An automobile ^uns no better than the- gaspline and oil you use will let k. Use the Mobil 'Twlnfr- Mobi^as and MobUoil. Frank Lawyer's Servjlce Station Blacksmithing. Welding, Machine and Woodwork 12 N, Walnut Phone 119 J)^. Arthur Turner and he> daughter Helen Jo arrived this afternoon from Independence for a visit with their grandparents, Mr. an^d Mrs. L. C. Nogle, their uncle apd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.-P. Humes, and their cousin, Mrs. A. A. Rasmussen; Home Town Boy. Makes Good. Down at Oklahoma City they Imve the pleasant' habit of selecting, throiJgK aciimiiilttee df juafes coal- posed 6f all citL»ns who have been similarly tibnored in tdie pa^t, tile Individual who in the opinion of these ju4ges has been the most useful citizen during the preceding year. ' v This year that very distinguished honor hals been awarded J. P. Owens president of the Oklahoma Gas and Electric pbihpany, and who during the p^t lyc^ ha^ been head of the chamber | of commerce, The committee's yote was unanimous and in making the award it declared that "Owen's i^adecshlp of dkatioma City as presideht (it the chamber of commerce during the past I year has been exceptional. No one has devoted himself so unsparingly to community problems as has Oweiis." The report then proceeds to the length of a column of newspa4)er spa<» to point out in detail the,remarkable service Mr. Owens has rendered the city during the yeai" and pays highest tribute to ills unselfish and successful activities. All this wm be read with great interest by many people in Jola who will identify J. F. Owens as "Jack" Owens'who as teacher in the city schools, was a citizen i of lola some 20 years ago. Bince I locating in Oklahoma City Mr. bweiis has mad& not only local faine biit ^ very con- sldei-able fditune, and bis old Tola friends have followed his career with interest and pride. New York—The lad i who scorns the lassies and poo-poqhs cupid may really be covering up—^own deep he may be worried because he thinks he has no sex appeal.; So indicates Prof. Goodwin Watson, who runs a consultation center for emotional maladjustments at teachers college. He said, "We have many cases of men who feel they have no personality, or that they can't attract the opposite sex. Then the man makes believe he isn't interested—that he is above being silly." Sunfast and WasHabId CRETONNES Price iEntire stock of heavy cretonnes. Regular price 59c to $1.25 per yard. l^Ioral and modernistic designs. BEGINNING FRIDAY MORNING, JANARY 6, AT 8:30 O'CLOCK -J A N U A R Y- For Saturday, January 7 Heavy Quality^ Unbleached 5c Yard (Limit 10 Yards to a Customer.) Wichlta -rOtho P. Mjrers, 55, for mer Wichita newspaper man, died here yesterday. Sirice his retire- njent from newspaper work he had ehgaged in truck farming. • , lOLA'S POPULAR STORE Dry Goods Company SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Every Winter Coat Must Gp! Exclusive Styles $12.75 Coats, now $7.50 $25.00 Coats, now $12.50 $39.50 Coats, now $18.50 $49.50 Coats, now $25.00 CHILDREN'S COATS 1/2 PRICE SILK DRESSES Late winter dresses divided into two big groups for immediate clearance, values to |12.50. Sale, price $2.95 $3.95 Women's Wash Dresses of cotton.Prints Pretty new styles, $1.00 values. Special 89c CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES Made of fast color prints in many clever styles. _ Ideal for school wear, $1.00 values, Special I cIC LOOK—Late Winter Hats, Values to $3.95, choice _ 36-iiich Outing Flannel, yard 10c 49c COMFORT CHALLIE A big range of patterns. All 86 inches wide, 19c value, yard t/C COMFORT BATTS Full 3-lb., opens out full size 72x90, Special each Wash Prints, Beautiful and Exclusive patterns from Marshall Field & Co., 15G values January Sale Price, per yard Extra Fine Quality Print8,il9c values. Sale Price per yard Children's Flannel Gowns, values to $1.00, now . 81x99 Bed Sheets, $1.00 value, special Pepperell Sheeting, 9-4 bleached, yard —— Pillow Cases, 42x36, two for . 35c 10c 16c -__25c —_79c —.29c -__-35c Part Wool BLANKETS Extra large size Extra Heavy Pretty Plaids, pair $2.S0 All Wool BLANKETS Big double size, 100% pure virgin wool,,in plaid with beautiful sateen binding, formerly $8.95 Sale Price— $5.00 i For Friday, January 6 NEW SPRING ABC PRINTS 16c Yard New spring patterns, in plaids and prints. Fully 36 inches wide. VALjUES! BARGAINS! THRILLS! They're all t,o be found in our January Clearance Sale. Our stocks must rid of all odds and ends and accuinulations of the past few months merf- chandising before inventory. So help yourself. You'll find many of thfe Best Values not advertised because of their small quantities. BE AMONG THE FIRST AND GET YOUR SHARE. Silk Hose Clearance Values to ?1.35 Pair 59c Entire Stock Coats which were phenomenal values at their regular prices are now to be offered at one-half, price. Fine fur ti'im- mings, lovely fabrics. Regular $12.50 Coats clearance Price Regular $19.75 Coats Clearance Price $6.25 $9.88 Regular $29.75 Coats ^1/1 QQ Clearance Price «pX^»Op Regular $39.75 Coats Clearance Price $19.88 Clearance On All Winter Felt Hats Values to $2i)5 50c Values to $5.93 $1.00 All Sillc,iFull Fashioned ChifTons, Service Wt.-, Composed of regular numbers! in Quaker hos^ iery and discontinued numbers! in Kayser hose. Kcffula,r; .Stock Wayne knit and Oakbrook : Hose «1.09 - Rcsalar Price $1.35 Either civiflon or scrv^ . ice welGht. All tiic ni'\v colors. . i LADIES' DRESS GLOVES Values to S2.95 $1.69 Fine French Capeskinand kid leather gloves in assorl.ed styles. Black and brown. CLEARANCE OF HAND BAGS Values to $2.95 89c Disconlijiuecl nunibers in bag.s with zippei- compartments, coin purse.s and mir- rcr.s. Black and brown. All Lined Crash Cloths 41 inches square. All 'pure linen with fast colored borders blue, green and gold. of rose, Full pound Cotton Batt.s, white, fluffy cotton, regular (\fk 50c. 3 for Extra Heavy 36-inch Outing, light or dark patterns. 1 I Special per yard _ i-XC Heavy 27-in. Outing, white, ^ _ grey, blue, orchid, pink I C Comfort Challies, Floral -| "/l and patchwork design. Yd. XvFC' ONE LOT OF SILK DRAPERY DAMASK $1.25 50 inches wide. Regularly priced up to $2.95 a yard. Rose, blue, gold and black background. FOXCRAFT SHEETS 81x99 89 c Fine quality sheets that sold last season I at $1.39. Replenish your stock now. TURKISH TOWELS To 39c Values—4 For $1.00 Large heavy double thread towels with fast colored borders. Made by Cannon. LARGE COTTON BLANKETS blankets in orchid and Large size . cotton rose, blue, green, yellow plaids. Clearance Reg. $3.50 Rayon Spreads Green, rose, oi-chid, gold-Reg. $2.25 Rayon Spread All colors, heavy -quality-' Reg. $1.95 Cotton Spread color only Regular S8.00 All Double Blankets. Plaid Designs Wool Regular; $9.50 Comforts design.s, well made Clearance Price $2.19 $1.49 $1.00 Leaksville $4.95 —Beaiitiful $3.95 $5.00 Quaker Lace Dinner Cloth $3.75 Popular new lace cloths. Sizes 72x90 inches. Every home should have" at least one. Palm or Gardina Toilet Soap 13 Bars 39c A fine French milled soap for the complexion and shampoo. CLEARANCE OF One lot of silk prints, travel crepes, and tub silks. Values to $1.50 V Plain silks, 40-inch 1 Dark and pastel shades __ Uftjrl, All silk chiffon and ,• transpaifent velvets. Regular $3.95 quality. Black, brown, Betroot (gO cSf\ and pastel shades. Yd..*i^^»OU One lot Chiffon Velvet, regular S2.95_quality, black, QQ bi-own and blue cpX«0«/ OUR ENTIRE STOCK We have never (to the best of our memory) placed such drastic, reductions on new dresses of this type. They're of the finest materials in rough crepes, velvets, and new' woolens. Each one is an authentic fashion. $4.00 to $6.00 Dresses Clearance Price $6.00 to $7.95 Dresses Clearancie Price - — - -, $10.95 to $16.75 Dresses Cleai-ance Price ------ — .§16.75 to 819.75 Dresses Cleaj-ance Price j--.. 1.87 $3,87 $187 $11,87 ONE LOT HEAVy PEWTER| WMBE 98|c some pieces slightly damaged in shipping. Pitcher?, relish) dishes, vegetable dishes, feoffee servers, Btc. Ruffled and Panel CURTAINS V2 Discontinued niimbers and odd odd lots in mostly one and two pair of a kind. " Boys' Kaynee Shirts Regular $1.00 69c White, plain; colors and fancy patterns. Sizes 7 to 15. Clearance of Corsets Discontinued numbers .iri Mod- art ?ind Crown corsets. . Regular $3.50 to; $5 values-for one half' price. ; A: f ¥^ If -:f. if'

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