Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 9, 1933 · Page 3
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TOLA. KANSAS • Mrs. ilohn Oliver Is confined to her home by illness. . Mr. aid Mrs, Loren Huss of Fort Scott were guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Huss and Miss Helen Huss. —Moved! Our office Is now located at rear of lola State Bank.—lola Land Co. Mrs. D. D. Cole of ^laHarpe returned Satiu^ay afternoon from an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. C. iW. Williamson and her family," in Tulsa. Mrs. J. E. Ogden arrived Saturday afternoon from Earlton to visit her parents, Mr; and Mrs. John Oliver: FAULTLESS WASHING MACHINES i Are Sellins Fast! Two roil-a-tnbs FREE with each machine pnrcfaased. Ten Year Goarantee Bond. Your satisfaction is assured. The easiest of terms. Fre^ Delivery. W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Neil Toedman of Yates Center was a guest last night of Mr.'and Mrs. Lisle Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bixby and" their son Bill spent Simday at Emporia, the guests of Pr^ink Bixby. Prank Bixby is a son ot Mr. and Mrs. Bixby. —Invalid coach, experienced attendants. Waugh Funeral Home. Mrs. Kenneth Abell went to Chanute this noon for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Newland. Leo Renner, city letter carrier, who has been ill with the flu the past two and a half weeks, was able to return to his work this morning. THE lOLA DAILY REglSTER. MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 9. 1933. AT A MODEST PRICE you can enjoy a delicious breakfast, dinner and supper, exreUently served in comfortable surrounds at Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE 201 S. Washington Mrs. G. C. Menzie and her daughter Miss Myma Menzie and her grandson Menzie Cornell visited today with friends in Hamilton. Sam Kindig of Kansas City visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E.' E. Kindig, over the week-end. —New Silk Dresses at Drastic Redactions daring our January Clearance Sale at Ramsays. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Soderbeck . spent Sunday at Elsmore. the guests of J. O. Anderson and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fisher and their son' Harold visited yesterday with Mrs. Fisher's parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lasater, who live north of • Gas City. JUST RECEIVED: A shipment of the NEW SPRING PRINTED SILK Come In and see them. LEADER Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Morris, Bar- itlesville, were week-end guests of jMr. and Mrs. George Vosse and of other friends, i Mrs. Emery Pease andher daughter Carolyn of Fort Scott, formerly of lola, visited Satmrday witli Mr, and Mrs. E. H. Brown, who reside southwest of town. • —Fur Trimmed C<iats ',2 Price during our January Clearance Sale at Ramsays. Mrs. TerrUl Honn of Pittsburg was in town Saturday on business and;for a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Gorden. Miss Esther Matthews, who has been a guest of hter sister, Mrs. Nelson Wallis, and Mr. Wallis, during the holidays, returned Sunday to Lakin where she is music supervisor in the city school. I Mr. and Mrs. John Bdyd of Bassett announce the birth Thursday morning of a-9U-pound son. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maudlin moved to 214 East Jackson Saturday from their former residence 321% North Jefferson. Miss Marvel Bowlus and Miss Betty Ruth iEleid spent the weekend at Neosho Falls as guests of Miss Julia Mary Hnney. —A Service Room that Is modem, a family room that is private. Sleeper Mortuary. Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Pendarvis and Everett Remsberg went to Topeka yesterday for the inauguration of Governor-elect Alfred M. Landon. Mr. and Mrs. George Allen of Gamett were guests today of Mrs. V. e. Green and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Green spent the week-end with Mrs. Green's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilson, who live near Moran. • Miss Clara Houlton returned last night from a two-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Houlton, in Auburn, Neb. Have That Typewriter Cleaned You canJt expect good work from a dirty, gummy machine. A few $$$ now will save you more $$$ later. Williams Typewriter Co. 113 W. Madison Fred Wright returned today to his home in Sand Springs, OlUa.. after a three-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marsden Wright. Mrs. Meada McGranhan arrived Saturday afternoon from Chanute for a few days' visit with her brother Fred Foster and his family, who live north of town. " A SCIENTIFIC "WniLIAM TELL" Seemingly inila heartless fatljer who would attempt with a bow and arrow to shoot ah apple from tlie head of his own daughter, but Clarence Hickman is shown just about to perform the experiment with Mary Lee Hickman at the science convention in Atlantic City and there wasn't a bit of danger. .It appeared to the crowd that he made a perfect shot but he explained it is all a scientific illusion. NY.AL LA7CACOLD Quickly relieves cold in head as well as the neuralgia and headache that frequently accompany a cold. 35 Tablets 25c BROWN'S DRUG STORE Phone 255 Miss Hazel Bowlus, a patient in the Bell Memorial hospital in Kansas City the past seven weeks,; is gradually Improving, her brother C. W. Bowlus said today. John Oliver' returned Wednesday from Chanute where he underwent a major operation atwut tvm weeks agoat the Jqhnson hospital. He is slowly Improving. Mr. and Mrs. - Russell McHenry, who live south of town, entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lam and their Sloan, children of Moraa at dinner yes- ! J. , Paul Bell will return Tuesday from Bloomlngton, 111., where he has spent the past three weeks with, his sister. Mrs. E. P. Sloan, and Dr. terday. Mrs. MeHenry is a daughter of Mr. Lam. : A. V. Martin was able to return to his work at Sleeper's this morning after being, confined'to his home by Illness the palst ten days. —Close-Out Prices! Circulators, wood and combination heaters. Trade in old. Curtis', 10 N. Wash. Miss Fern Klein, returned Sunday 1 night to Ottawa after a week-end. \isit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i M. J. Klein. Mrs. Sadie Benjamin, of El Dorado, who has been quite; ill of flu since Christmas at the home of hf sister, Mrs. Frank Smith,! is nov/ able to be out of bed. Mr. and- Mrs. T. B. Shannon and their son David spent ;Sunday at -Yates Center as guests bf Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shannon. Arthur Shannon is a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shannon. 'THANKS TO THE PUBLIC for the Increased Business. Gas only 6Hc and np per gal. VINE OIL & GAS CO. Wholesale and Retail for Cash • r • The Rev. and Mrs. Joyce Wilson of Birmingham are visiting Mrs. Wilson's uncia and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Atchison. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Barnett, Nevada!, Mo., visited last evening with Mr. Bamett's father, W. T. Barnett, and Ihls sister. Mrs. Paul McKinney and Iher family. W.! B, Taylor, night operator for the Missouri; Pacific here the past year: moved with his family to Yates Center to become operator for the Missouri Pacific station at Durand, DR. F. S. BEATTIE i Veterinarian. —lias remodeled and enlarged his office and now carries for sale at reasonable prices reliable products for the care and health of all kinds of live stock, dogs, cats, and poultry. Colic remedies, liniments, blisters, fistula medicine, etc., for horses. - Purgatives, bloat remedies, lump jaw IreatmentSi blackleg products, etc.. for cattle. Products for treatment and , prevention of fowl cholera, chickenpox. roup, womis. etc., in poultry^. And a full line of dog remedies, dog biscuit and meal for dogs. Syringes of all kinds. Also mineral mixtures, stock powders; dips and cod-liver oil in bulk for horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, and pbiilt;ry. Over 25 years in thus location, 214 West Street—Phone 139 Ask Your Grocer or Phone 91 for FAIRMONT'S Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese and Buttermilk. Deliveries made any place in the. city. Mrs. Dollie Runer left Saturday evening for a week's visit with her brothers, John Shultz and his family, and Ralph Shultz and family, who live near Piqua. Miss Betty Grant returned Friday night from a three-day visit with her sister, Mrs. Leroy Goodnough and family, in Chanute. Let's Dress Up Your Automobile Top! : Winter's Here! : Estimates Without Charge C. C. McCARTY * SON : : 301 South St. Phone 216 : •:-^r. • Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strawdennan and their children spent Sunday with Mr. ^ and- Mrs. Frank Drak?, who live west of town. . Mrs. Hetty Fitzpatrick arrived Saturday afternoon from Ponca City, Okla., for an indefinite visit with her sister-in-law. >Mrs. Bertha Fitzpatrick, who resides southeast of town. All "PRINTZESS" COATS now selling at Great Price Reduction LEADER SUPER SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR General Repair Oiling and Greasing Car M'ashlng General Tires and Repair SIIELLV MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Ira D.Kelley, W. A. Wheeler, J. V. Roberts, and H. C. Harris went to Topeka today for the inauguration of Governor-elect Alfred M. Landon. Miss June Reade returned Saturday evening from an over-night visit with her brotlier, Harold Reade and his family, in Nevaida, Ma Mrs. William Lewis ajnd her son Rex will leave Tuesday morning for Ottawa where Rex will undergo an operation on his eye. | Miss Helen Green of Kansas City and Frederick Green, a student at the Still College of Osteopathy In Des Moines, Iowa, have arrived called by the critical Illness of then- mother; Mrs. F. C. Green. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jewett and Logan Hunsaker drove to Kansas City yesterday to bring Mrs. Hunsaker home from the Research hospital where she has been, a patient the past four weeks. Although Mrs.- Hunsaker is slightly improved, slic will not be allowed to see visitors at the present time. I^r mother Mrs. J. W. Peters of Caxlyle, is stajlng with her. Clare Wilson and family siient New Year's day-at Harley Snyder's. Mrs. Otis Zornes and Leola were Moran visitors Saturday. Sam Pyles and family visited at the Willard Smith home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Fi-ame and I Dee spent Wednesday evening at i Clare Wilson's. Dennis V Isaac hauled Mrs. . Anna j 8BJU81£ Hardy's tent corn to Bayard this' • ^ <» week. fe afWwtfSewytflfcif Florence Snj-tier visited with Mina i China's American Diplomat. Lucille Patterson at Elmer. Kite's | Anson Burllngame was the Amerl- Saturday. Mina LUcille returned home with her and ^pent Saturday night. Willard Smith and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Charley McCoy home. Ernest; Helms, Rex and Lloyd and Clare Wilson and family spent last Thursday evening at the Harley Snyder home. The copper mines of "Arizona arc among the greatest In the world. can Minister to China frqm 1861 to 1867. He gained the confidence of the Chinese government so completely that in January, 1868, he was named as. a special Chinese envoy to his own country and to various nations of Europe. In 1868 he concluded the Burllngame "Treaty. Going to Europe, he negotiated treaties with England. Denmairk, Sweden, Holland, and Prussia.. He was arranging a treaty with Russia when he died in 1870. MRS. T. M. ANDERSON. ParUna Hunsucker was born in DeKalb County, Missouri, September 4, 1840, and died at Long Beech, Calif., January 1, 1933, aged 92 years, 4 months and 27 days. She married T. M. Anderson January- 13, 1860, at St. Joseph, Mo. Fourteen children were bom to this |~unlon; J. W. Anderson, Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. N. J. Gadberry, Loomis, Wash.; Mrs; Maggie Ard, Clements- vllle, Idaho; T. M. Anderson Jr., Walters, Okla.. George Anderson, Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Rebecca Reeves, Long Beach, Calif.; P. W. Anderson, fSan Diego, Calif.; Charles E. Anderson, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. E. A. Boyer and, Mrs. G. W. Nicholson, lola. Twelve of the children lived to maturity. John R. Anderson died In Oregon, and Mrs. Claude Stutevllle, died iln Allen County, Kansas. Eliza and Cora Anderson died in Infancy, i Mr. and Mrs. Anderson moved to Kansas In 1873 and reared their family In this state. They located first at Pawnee Rock, later moving to Delhi in bsbohie county,: from which place they removed to' Allen county in 1882 locating on a farm in Elsmore township. Mr. Anderson passed away November 19. 1914. Mrs. Anderson continued to reside in Elsmore until some ten years ago when she went to Long Beach and made her home with her daughter Mrs. Reeves and with her son, J. W. Anderson. The funeral was held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday aftemoon. January 8, at the Waugh funeral home in lola and interment was made in the family lot in the Moran cerrietery. The funeral was conducted by the Rev. W. P. Wharton of the First Methodist church. The pastor preached an appropriate discourse and Miss Elora Lehman sang two songs, "Death Only a Dream." and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." The children present at, the funeral were: Mrs. E. A..Boyer and Mrs. G. W. Nicholson of tola, and Mrs. T. M. Anderson of Walters, Okla. Mrs. Anderson joined the Christian church early in life and re- [' mained a faithful and consistent believer. She was a woman of great strength of character and was highly esteemed by all who knew her. ROCKY POINT Jan. 6.—Clyde Rumfelt, Tom Johnson and George Stout had large hogs butchered at Harve Osborne's in Xenia Tuesday. • There was a neighborhood wood sawing for Wesley Tucker in the J. M. Davis thnber Thursday. The George Stout faniily spent New Year's day with Mr.-and Mrs. J. W. Bracewell, Lone EUn. George and Mr. Bracewell celebrated their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs.'.Vem Cloyd spent*] Sunday at Tom .Johnson's and Fern Cloyd who had been spending her vacation with relatives here, returned home with them. Mrs. Theodore Guder spent Friday afternoon with Anna Stout. Mrs. S. F. Camp purchased a fine flock of pullets of Mr. Mulky, Blue Mound. Roy and Jesse Guder and Marshall Stout have been helping joe Guder shuck com. Herbert Camp, accompanied by his father S. F. Camp, drove to Chanute for a truck load of gasoline and kerosene Wednesday. MT. PLEASANT . Jan. 3.—Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Bangs and family were shopping in Chanute Wednesday. , Joe Everitt spent Sunday afternoon with Kenneth, Gene, and Ho^-- ard Inman. ' j Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Erios and family spent Christmas afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Enos and family. . , Howard Bangs, who has been sick the past three weeks, is able to attend school. Mrs. Will Hackler and son Lestfer of Garber, Okla.. spent several davs last week with her sister, Mrs. Mike Hess. . ' , , Mrs. Elmer Manson and sons were Tuesday afternoon callers of Mrs. C. E. Ends. Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Bangs and" family were New Year's dinner guests of Mr. and Mi's. Bert Bennett. A Christmas tree and program was held at the school Mday 'after-: noon. ! Ml-, and Mrs. P. W. Beaman and PAGE THR£ E DID LIBE^ BElLCKlCK PRdCLAIMiNG INDEPENDENCE '?4. AT WHAT PL^ D(DTKERLG5IMS UNE!P0C«.TO' PlYMOUTHRda? (Answers will be foiwd'on Pai!:e 5) Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson were silop- ping in Chanute Saturday.. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Bergsten visit- pd at the Alvan Holten homte In Gas City, Sifnday. { " ' Mr. Ira Smith painfully Inured his eye while handling fodder.'. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Smith Jand children spent Thursday evenlrig at the Avan Doty home In $tark. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bennett •• and son Paul were Sunday evening'call­ ers of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Enos and family. . Mr. A. L. Hess spent his. vacation at Hepler with his mother, Mrs. Deby Hess. '• The salary of the governor of South Dakota is only $3,000, per year. ' 1 ' : Same formula—Same price. In original form, too... if you prefer. FO R SEVE RE CO LDS Minneapolis—A 5-year-old boy, Donald DU' Schane, has tauRht his elders a new wrinkle In the fine arts of pedestrlanlsm. Qn his way home from school— kindergarten-he toddled into the! path of an automobile. The automobile refused to respond to brakes, skidding on the Icy pavement. Donald grasped the front bumper and hung on until the car stopped. He got a ride the rest of the Way home. •x.\oa 1 ATTENTION EVERYBODY;! Wishard's Seed I BUY- WISII.ARD'S TESTED SEEDS. J Will Open Feb. 1st Seeds Better and Cheaper Than Ever. ? L.H.Wishard lOLA, KANSAS RISING STAR Jan. 6—Mr. and Mrs. Charley McCoy spent last Saturday evenhig at the WUlard Smith home. Sam Pyles and Albert were Kin- cald visitors last Saturday. Mrs. Logan Frame spent Monday evening at Warren Sisson's. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Hopkins and Ariene visited at WUard Smith's Thursday evening. ' A. J. Springstpn and Fred and Mrs. Addle Johnson, who was called here a few weeks ago by the illness of her parents. Mr; and Mrs. C. A. McGinnis. kad of; her sister. Mrs. Colleen Call, returned Saturday to Kansas City where she is employ^. Mrs. Call atcompanied her to Kansas City for a week-end! visit, returning home Sunday night. One of the children of the late Mrs. T. M. Anderson, whose body was brought from Long Beach, Cal., where her death occurred, for interment in the Moran cemetery, was Marion Anderson whose home Is now at Walters, Okla.. but who was a teacher in the country schools in Allen, county for a number of years prior to 1907. Mr. Anderson married Miss Sadie Post Who also was well known to all old timers as she was a piember of one of the pioneer families of the county. Mr. Anderson is how engaged in tjie real estate and insurance business and both he and Mrs. Anderson are in excellent health. Dr. and Mrs. C, B. Stephens and daughter Carolyn will leave In the morning for Rochester, Minn., for an indefinite stay. G. C. Menzie and W. P. McFadden of the.M. and M. Market will return itonight from a business trip to Kaixsas City. Mrs. C. L. Rogers and her son Charles Rogers and her daughter Mrs. Maurice Justice and Mr. Jus- i tice \Tsited Sunday with Mrs. Rogr ers's sister Mrs. Frank Hlggins, and Mr. Hlggins, in Fontana.' "FRANK SEZ": We make Farm Machinery as good as new afmiichjless cost. —Complete Repah- Service- Frank Lawyer's Repair Shop Blacksmithlng. iWeldlng. Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 "NOT CONSTIPATED FOR SEVEN WEEKS" Writes Mrs. Johnson After Using Kellogg's ALL-BRAN Mrs. John. Crane arrived Saturday from Bartlesvllle for a visit with her mother, Mrs. S. A. Duggan and her family. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dlckensheets had as theh- guests for the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McDonald of Topeka. Mrs. McDonald Is a sister of Mrs. Dlckensheets. : Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Washburn and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Lawrence and their daughter Nancy Lee visited Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, Gorsuch In Waverly. , Siifferers from constipation will be interested in this unsolicited letter: - "Your ALL-BRAN surely relieves constipation. I am so glad overjthe good it has done me that I feel I must write and tell you of it. "For lunch I take a banana, a large one. Six tablespoons of Aix- BBA^ in a sauce dish, and dip banana at each bite until all is consumed. I haven't been constipated how for seven weeks."—Mrs. Louise Johnson, 1433 Forest Street, Denver, Ck>Iorado. Constipation often causes headaches, loss of appetite and energy, sleeplessness. This condition is usually due to lack of "bulk" to exercise the intestines, and vitamin B to further promote regular habits. Kellogg's ALL-BRAN has both, as well as iron for the blood. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is much like that in leafy vegetables.'Within the body, it forms a soft mass. Gently, it clears out the wastes. Try ALL-BRAN in place of patent medicines — often harmful. Two tablespoonfuls. dMly vnll oviercome most.types of constipation. Chroiuc cases, with each meal. If not re- Jieved this -my, see jova doctor. Use as a cereal, or in „ Becipes on the red-and-greoi hge. Sold by all grocers. &llogg in Battle Ctt^, W E HAVE been telling the public for a good many years that Chesterfields taste better. They satisfy! That wouldn't mean a thing if smokers found out that it uasn t so. Nobody can fool the people very long. But a great many smokers have sinoked Chesterfields for a long time, and they know that they taste; right. And SO they say to their friends, "If you want a cigarette that really tastes ijetter, try phesterfields!" Chesterfields taste better because they are mkde of mild tobaccos that have been aged for t^vo years. And there is just enough Turkish in them ... but not too much. We are sure that you, too, will enjoy their Mildness and Better Taste, lestemelc THEY'RE MILDER- THEY TASTE BETTER

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