Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 16, 1933 · Page 2
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^X 'GE TWO Trt.E PLfeA OF YOUTH. Oh, grudge m4 not these short | but sunny hours— I Take not f«)ni me the glow of f&ding- truth! , : My time ^s flc;et; and soon n&t all , ,the powers • i .• Of life • and: death can glMe me back iay youth. • .1 My feet are tripping while youf .step grows slow ' But oncte you Icnew the loveliness spring— ; . _01i, do ;not spjjjl my precious „hwr ,: or, so : • f i Because^ yoiCve found a stfcrner, deeper! thing! —Julia Lott in The Poet's Scroll. Mtutienta: Musical Club The iiegHlar; monthly meetli% of 'the. actiTO members of Moments ^u.«;icalictub visil be held tomcArow iiffcernoon'at 2:30 in the hom'e of Mrs. Lloyd Brown, witjh Mrs. Walter Wise and Miss Mayril W|un^r -the"assisting hostesses.' An important parti'of the meetirg will bfc'the election ;of offipers. (The regylar;^program meeting of the'dull will be Tueslay,; January 24, in tlie ^Kcllby hotel rooms. • <• • \': I Good Win'Club Meeis The dood win club held aa-a :il day meeting Japuary 12 at the i^hnis of Mrs.plpyd Mdaigi The rfemr hei-s quilted orie quilt iknd seweU on- quilt blc ^cits fcjr the hostess. Two new memlSers,'Mrs. Will Scott and Mrs. CharHe McHenry., were admitted' to the club. Visitors preseht were: Mis ^s Mildred McHenri'i: Ila Broughtdn, Dorothy McHenry, ^eti- ty'Estep; and Max Lee Willis, aainj- ner guests-wer^: Ploj[d McKalB?»nd Gene Mc^alg? Members present r JUSTl ! . RELIEVED! Bi^ Sliipmenl of New Spring Come Hn • and see these ^dever • new creations," a' great stock to. choose From at-jTppula)- prices..:: .i .XHE... :THE lOLA: DAILY REGISTER. MONDAY EVJgNlNG, [jANUARY 16, 1933. HUMBOLDT NEWS Humbotdt Untt of Fann Bnreim Holds Food SaM to 0<et Funds for Delegate to Manhattan. ; were: Mesdames Russell Boyer, M. E. Denning, Earl Monfort, Will Gay, Clyde aeldebrant, Harold McAnulty, Lee Willis, Will Thayer. W. W. Baker, Ivan Curtis, Virgil Estep. Em- raett Belknap, Elmer Belknap, M. M. Troutwine, Sam Williams, Fred Cleaver, Leslie Bametit, Henry Qrimm, Glen Cleaver; Misses Hazel Wallace, Margaret Monfort, and Letha Troutwlne. The next meeting will be January 26 with Mrs. Fred-Cleaver. •:• • •:• Sunday Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Newman''en­ tertained at dinner, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. James LeValley o{ LeBoy, and Miss Mary McKarnin ;of St. Paul, | liansos. , i • • * MAYTAG Electric yi(asbeni as low! as $59.5»—$79.5&—$139.00 Terms. Wc Trade for and Repair all makes. Maytae repairs In stock. K. C. ELEC. & PLUMBING CO. Fhone 65 • • * V. F. W. AnxJUaryBox Supper The Ladies AuxiUary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post No. 1225, sponsored a box supper Friday night at Memorial hall to raise money to be used in relief woi-k. A lai^e crowd was in attendance and a nice sum of money was raised. Games.were played and World War songs were sung before the boxes were auctioned. After the refreshments, cards were played. • • • Meeting of King's Guards The King's Guards met in the home of Mrs. C. Earl Williams Saturday afternoon. The meeting >vas opened by the memhers repeating the Beatitudes. The question in the mystery corner of -the Junior Mis- .sionary Friend was then answered. A piano solo, Hawaiian Dreams, was played by Marcella Smith. \ All members were urged to attend at least six of the eight remaining meetings of the season. It was voted that the rest of the meetings be held every second Friday in the month. The next meeting will be Febi-uary 10. Guests present 'were: Mrs. R. B; Warner, Mrs. W. H.; Root,and ; Harold Oliver Jr. Members present were: Carol Beth Newman, Marcella Smith, Shirley Harclerode, and Ilene Ball. HUMBOLDT, Jan. IS.-rMr. and Mrs. T. D. Sinclair and son Jack of Humboldt visited in Chanute Friday, with Mrs. Sinclair's • broUier, H. C. Pennington'and family. Miss Itutb Sheldoai, Humboldt, member of the Y. W. C. A- cabbiet of. the: lola junior college, attended a luncheon meetlhg ThitrsdayJnbon at the home of Mrs. B. McNeil. Mrs. J. G. Moore and Mrs. C. A. Walker, LkHarpe, motored to Humboldt Wednesday afternoon on business. I • i Mr. and B«rs. J. W. Endicott, Cherry vale, have recently- moved into their residence north of Humboldt. ' • . -The high school activity board meeting decided .'to award chenille letters instead of the feK type awarded in the past for the different s{)orts and debate. The chenille, letters will be smaller, due to the high-, er cost entailed. Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Laude of South Eighth street spent Wednes-" day afternoon at the. home of their son Herbert Laude of the West Maple Grove district. The Humboldt Unit of the Farm Bureau Jticld a food sale Saturday at the Hess drug store, the proceeds of the sale to be ti&ed toward sending a member of the unit to Manhattan in February, to the Home Demonstration week. Miss Jane Braucher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HoUieBsaucher, Humboldt, has gone to Chanute to work in the Drake bakery. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Qenrall of Humboldt have as their guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe OerraU of ChiUicothe, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barricklow of M. B. S. Club Meets. The M. B. S. club met with Mrs. Oran Adams of Cherry Grove district, Thursday afternoon, January 12. Owing to so many members being ill with flu only 11 were present. After the Bible lesson a busi- nesis meeting was held and plans discussed for celebrating the club's 25th anniversary. Nothing definite was decided and all members are urged to be present at meeting next Thiu-sday, January 19, at the home of Mrs. J. Will Adams.—Club reporter. ." ' A small ad m the Classified ciil- umns often puts over a big |denl. if 1- lULA. KANSAS: COUPLE HELD IN PLOT TO KIDNAP REYNOLDS* DAUGHTER NEWS OF MILDRED Mrs. Tom Lewis Elected PresWent of UiAltb' Aid at Meeting in Church on Thnfsday. Gharged with attempted extortion by threatening to kidnap either the son or granddaughter o'f Joseph P. Cann^ton, Concord, N. C, textil4 manufacturer, Odell. C. Boyles, right, and his wUe are shjown in an Atlanta, Ga.,. jaU as they were visited by an allegedly Intended victim, Joseph dannpn Jr., left. C:jifnon's granddaughter, Anne Cannon Smith, is a daughter.of the late Smith Reynolds, tobacco fortune heir, |jy his first marriage. NEOSHO VALLEY and i UNION (C. L. Arnold) Jan. 12—Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Cor- neU, Joined by Mrs. Cornell's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Dugan „. „^w..,v.„„ ,and Mr. and Mrs. 8ay.,Wllhelm of Paola, Kas,. have returned to their jlbla, spent New Year's .day. at the home following a several days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ward Barricklow and family. A. W. Simmons, Humboldt, who has been in the Payne hospital! for almost four weeks with a broken leg, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Edmonson and home of Mrs. Comell's laughter, in Chanute, Mrs. Chess McConriell and Mr. McConnell. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cory who were called to Frankfort, Ohio, two weeks ago on account of the serious illness of Mr. Cory's mother, ai-e expected ito return in a day or two. Mrs. Cory daughter. Florence,' left Thursday jls a niece of Mrs. R. V. Bale and a cousin of Clarence, Lutz. Dan Hunter has been quite sick with pneumonia, but is how on a favorable turn for recovery. . Neosho VaUey Notes Mr..and Mrs. W. A. Hicks, ThelBia Peck, Wilbur Upshaw and Marie for their home .in Sibley, ILa., after visiting relatives here. Misis Jo Klotzbach accompanied them as far as Tulsa where she will visit her sisters. Miss Ann Klotzbach and Mrs. John Dykes. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Baum, who have been residing iin Baxter Jpgck were Sunday guests of Mr. Springs. Kas., are here for a two jand Mrs. Clayton Hicks and Ger- weeks' visit with friends. Word has been recelv^ here that Jaclcie Thompson. 2-yeai--old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaines Tibompson of , Kansas City, died Friday in the I Bell Memorial hospital Itrom bums sustained some ten days ago, when he accidentally fell Intd a tub of I scalding water. His mother will be remembered here as jDcWs Sinclair, daughter of Mr .jand Mrs. J. P. iSin -i- Clair of Humboldt. Friends , hei c extend sympathy to the bereaved ! parents. Mrs. ited her ; SPl^CIAL FOR 5 LOOK AT THESE PRICES MEN'S $3.00 & $400 Values $1.95 UDl^S' $iOO Values .... $1.69 •J LADIES' $4.00 Values . . MS'$6.00 Values . . CHILDREN'S BLIPPERS 1 /2 PRICE lies' Phoeuix Hosiery ... .49c .$1.95 . $2.45 LEADERS • S^^"*!:!^ TiS'.'schooi mclay -afternoon. ;er sister. Mrs.-M "'r .Keefftr;<rf' . ,#-t.w^ r,::.irixi,.„,,<^^ . Humboldt Friday afternoon. Mrs. Kemmerer of Humboldt visited her sister, Mrs. Wolford, also her friend Mrs. Cranes, both of Neo-. sho Falls. Thursday. Miss Mildred Peck of Humboldt was a guest Friday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Thonipson of lola. Mrs. Cora Bunis of Humboldt went to iola Friday night to be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ole Olson and family. Mrs. Robert McQrew and little son. Robert Jr.,'left Friday evening for a visit with Mrs] McGrew's mother, Mrs. Harlan Taylor of lola, I who is seriously ill. The foilowliig basketball games were staged at the high school audlr torium Friday evening to a capacity crowd: Junior high played the girls', freshman class team resulting in a win for the juniors; and the junior high played the Parsons Junior high team, the visiting team winning 20 to 7. The high school team played tlie Burlington high team at;Burl- Ington, resulting in a defeat for the Humboldt team. Jesse VanNicc of Ottawa June-, tion visited for a few hours Saturday afternoon with his faml^ on Central street, returning on the 4:35 northbound i train the same day to resmne his duties. A sman ad in the Classified columns often, puts over a bin' deal. DRY GOODS CO. lOiA'S FOPIH.AR S^SOnK FOR SPRING If You're a "Fashion Plate" You'll Wear Fashion's Newest "PIE PIJATE" They are in th« very'latest styles—tiu-bans. brims arid the close-fitting hats typical of 1933. . 1 $1 .95 $2l95 WINTER COATS V2 PRICE Take your choice of any winter coat at jus;t one- half of its former price. CHILBREN'S' CQA7S ALSO trade. Mrs. Miller spent [Thursday afternoon with Mrs. BaUom. Mrs. R. C. Butler Mildred, Marion and Esther visitjed Thm-sday at Homer "Teats "s in S^r Valley district. Eugene and Harold Lee Peck spent the day Sunday at Dewey Peck's In lola. ; Rev; Stone was a supper guest at Clayton Hicks's Sunday evening. .L^fla Stot]ej_j^;S:Melvin Hayes Mr.^fjd Mrs.. Ray P(BCk visited With Mrs. Peck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hayes iri' lola | Sunday. Mrs. Peck remained for a few days to help care for some bf the family who have the flu. j Mr. )and Mrs. Fred Shultz were Sunday afternoon callers at Clayton Hicks s. • Ma:xine Robinson. Iola, spent Sunday with the Butler girls. Eugene Peck was absent from school Monday because of sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hicks and Gertrude visited with Mr. apd Mrs. Fred Hunt in Humboldt Saturday evening. The public is invited to attend. an entertainment which the school is giving Friday, Jan. 20, 8 o'clock. Several men have been working at the school house this week, doing some : repair work. — Elizabeth Johnson, teacher. Union School Items.- Miss Mildred Butler stayed from Thursday night until Sunday night with her aunt and cousin, Mrs. Jack Tawney and Murray. (Mrs. Jack Tawney and son Murray, Mildred and Grace Butler spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sherrlll. , 'Mr. and Mrs. Lee Veteto spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Nora Osbom. Mrs. Nora Osbom' and grandchildren spent Sunday afternoon w Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lorance of Liberty district. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dietrich and family visited all day Sunday at the parental home of Mrs. Robert Lat- moml Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mormann spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Hen^y Miller. tSia. Chester Taylor and Mabel spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reesei. Mabel remained over Sunday night at the Rees home. lieooa Htll has been absent from school the past week with flu. Miss Myrtle and Virgil Turner spent Friday night with Miss Erma and Wilma Creason. UUian Stanford spent Friday night with Reba Creason. . Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stanford spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rush. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherrlll visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zlnk and family. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hawley and family spent Simday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baeten. Visitors at the Fred Reese home Sunday were Mr. and Mi^s. Irwta Sherrlll and children. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McAnulty and children and Frank Bliss. Ed Osbom and his cousin. Prank Courtright. California, returned home from a few days visit with their aunt and cousins in Rich Hill, Mo; ' . Mr. and Mrs.. George Marks and BY SISTER MARY NEA Service Wrltei- tJOTATOES mashed, boiled and . baked are the standbys in most families. Day after day the home-maker serves them with little thought of the niany appetizing variations made ponstble. by URUsuar seasoning. Anchovy potato balls are a delightful change from ploJ'u inashed potatoes and will be esppcially liked with meats served witliout a gravy. ^n*"''"^'*'^"'"'** B«HN Thfee cups hot nia.shed potatoes', 3 tablespoons butter or ba- os'n fatj 1 teaspoon salt, >,4 teaspoon./pepper, ^ teaspoon pow- deredi'mustard, teaspoon bak- ins»,)?aiirder, 1 egg, C anchovies. j^fc-.^l take .fivo, or six potatoes, i.i^l^^lAlng oh t'neir size, to make tliVee: cups of masjied potatoes. Scruli;:them v/ell and cook them with Iheir skins on. Peel and ?l^^h,-j6nd keep hot while adding liii.^terj salt, pepper, mustard, liak- ^Jmkf^jf^'w^er and egg well beaten. ^'We potatoes.must be hot enough ftsKjRPlt the egg slightly. If they , _ir«fnpt, put the ml^iture over hot f^losSee and heat,-.^jyrijng cohstant- ly until thick. • Add anchovies which have been drained from the oil and finely mincedw Spread the mixture on a buttered platter to cool. . Shape into balls about the size of a golC ball. Roll in fine dried hread crumbs, dip in egg slightly beaten with 1 tablespoon f watetf and roll again in crumbs. Fry in deep hot fat until a golden brown. Drain on brown , paper and serve at 6nce. The fat should register 385 degrees F. or be hot STOP GAS PAINS! GERMAN REMEWr Gim RELIEF Acting on BOTH upper and lower bowels Adlerika washes out all sons that cause gas, nervousness antf bad steep. One dose giviee relief at pnce.—Wallar's Palace Drug Stoies. enough to brown an inch cube of bread from the soft part of the loaf in 40 secAuds. !9tnffed sAkcd Potatoos Pour baked spoons butter, Cut a .slice potatoeH, 2 table- tublespoons milk. i/j tea.spoon stiU. 2 table-spoons grated chee.se, V^ teaspoon pepper, 14 teaspoon nm.stard. O'om one aide of Monday's Menu . BREAKFAST: Baked winter pears, cereal, cream, egg, toast, rjiilk, coffee. •'LUMCHEON: Baked pota-i toes' stuffed with creamed .salnion, bro^vned pineapple slices, lettuce sand\violio:i, hermits, milk, tea. ., DINI4ER: Baked halibut mold with white puce, anchovy potatq ball.s, heel cups filled with peas, endive salad, coupe St. Andre, milk, coffee. i MILDRED, Jan. 14.—John Barley i made a business trip to Grandview, j Mo., one day last week^ , I The. high school students have been taking their mid-term examinations. The Rev. R." EJ Gordon, district supermtendent of thfe M- E- church, held the fourth quarterly conference tor Kincald and Mildred at Mildred church Tuesday evening. A bushiess meeting was held, reports given in and Reverend Gordon made a short but splendid talk. T^e Ladies' Aid met at the church Thursday afternoon. Officers were elected for the coming year. Mrs. •Tom Lewis was elected president, and Mrs- Charles Garrison,, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Charles Garrison, Rollin Curley. Elden Hueston and Ronald Sinclair drove to Pittsbiu^ Wednesday night to witness the basketball game between Pittsburg and Wichita. Thursday being S'upt. W.' M. ; Grove's birthday Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Nevitt-Jr. entertained hhn and Mrs. Grove and Mary Catherine at six o'clock dinner. J. Scott Jury, of Kansas City,: a former teacher of Mrs. John Barley, called on them Friday. I Mr! and Mrs. I3ale Newlon spent Friday night at F. S. Ciu:ley's. They j went to iKansas City Thursday and visited at Joe Young's. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hlte, Mr. and Mrs. James Hlte and son and Mrs. C. E. Sinclair were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Norton Sunday. - Several members of the John Justice family have been ill with the flu hut are better at the present Writing. Mrs. Raymond Jaynes has tieen on the sick list hut is better. Mrs. Millard Heath Ls about the same. •. ' i Mrs. Theodore Hutton is a little better at tlie present writing. Mrs. John Barley and Miss Betty Barley went; to Parsons Friday to consult a specialist in regard to Mrs. .Barley'^, eyes. A. D, Andre and Roy Springston camie up from Goodman, Mo., Wednesday and got the safe that was left when the hardware store that formerly belonged to Mr. Andre was torn down and moved away. They took dinner at Harry Cohen's. Visitors at school the past few days were Mrs. Charles Garrison and Garland, Mrs. Art Allison and son, Mrs. Prank Coonfield and son, Darlene Brown, Lucille Hunsaker, Mrs. John Barley, Mrs. Alfred Kuhlman and Louise Hummiston. I I IVTrs. Alfred Kuhlman of Em- I ix>ria. better known here as Thecla iTholen, called on friends here Tuesday land spent Tuesday night with Miss Meribeth Ater. Miss! Pauline Mlller-also: spent:Tuesday night at the Ater home; • ^ Mr. and Mrs.: Frank Eggon aftd Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Yoho^ of Tola spent Friday evening with . Mte-s Mildred Cterk. , Mr. and! Mrs. Earl Riggs and Eddie , of Humboldt, and Lloyd Beyiiold-s and family wei* here to see their . mother, Mrs. ^Theodore Hutton Sunday- ; A V Mr.iand.Mrsi R. R. Nevitt-'Jf. were dinner .guests of Mr. iand.Mrs. John Schroeder of Gamett Tuesdsty evenhDg. ; " ' i The seniors will give theh- plai'. "The Eyes of Love," in the higsi school auditorium Wednesday eve;- ning kt 8 p, m. i > Elmer Co? of, Eldotayo SpiSngs visited his sister^ Mrs. F. C. Dickenson a few days this week. • . ; • .Mr, and Mrs,. Earl Sheffer, oi. Elsmore spent Wednesday afternooh. at Roy Shlvieley'S. . ' ' Mrs. Fern Gaodner and sorts Dolen and "Tholein and Miss Mildretl Clark spent Thursday evening the Ater home. A ••• Mr. and Mrs. Connie Krause. Mrs. Lizzie Krause, Titrs. Renniker, arid Mrs. Reld of Iola stopped in Mildred a few minutes Monday, cvo- nmg. • Mr. and Mrg^ M- J. Keeton of Bu.'fh City called on.: 'pJlr. and Mrs. Millard Heath ^Sunday afternoon. John Habeitfjsch Jr., who hA.s been visiting hj.«! parents, retumod to Pittsburg: Sunday where he nt- sumed his studies in the school of law, K. S. T. C. j, Mr. and Mrs. George Ruxton -aud Mr. and Mrs; Gill Ruxton went to LeRoy Friday,end spent the y.iv with Ernest Davis's parentis. •, BroBctnat Troiibles I Need Creomulsioh Bronchial troubles may lead to sonio- thing seriou*' You can stop them now- . with CreomuUion, an emuUifiad creosjnij. that is pleasant to take. Creomulsion 1^ a new medical discovery witli two-fold iic- tion ;i it soothed and heuls tho intia'ni&d membranes and iniiibitg germ growtifi Ofjall known dwigi, creosote is recag- nized by high 'me4ical authorities as I'jbe, of the grefltMt healing agencies for ptr- aistent coughs and. colds and other fontiT of thijoat troubles. Creomulsion contain,?, in addition to creosote, other healing eSft- ment^ which soothe and heal the infect^ifd membraiies'Bnil Kiop'thc irritation and iiv flammation, while tile creosote foes on to thel stomach, is abitprbeJ into the blood, aftacka the seat of the trouble and checks thfe ^owth of the germs. Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfactdty 5n the! trealmont of persistent coughs aiid coldsj bronchial asthma, bronchitis arid otherlforms of respiratory diseases, atid^ is .excellent for binlding up the systeia after colds or flu. Money refunded if arfy cough orcold, no matterofhowlongstanc- inp, is not relieved after takingaccordin^' todireclions. Ask your druggist. (Adv.<) each potato and scoop out tho pulp. Put through a ricer. Add butter, milk, sa-lt, pepper, mustarc^ and cheese and beat very hard. Line- the potato shells, using only the large part jand not thei slice, with mashed potato. Add two tablespoons of creamed fish, ham or poultry, or a poached egg can be used. Cover with remaining. potato, piling it up high above the shell. Return to the oven long enough to brown the' tops and serve at once. The creamed mixture can be omitted if the potatoes are to be served-with meat. son Larry from Ottawa called on Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Retjs Wednesday f vening. . A family reunion was held at the .home of J. A. Adams Siiriday, Jan. 8th. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stanford and children of Wilburton. Kas.. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elder and two children. Mildred, Kas., Mr. and Mi-s. Ben Adams, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Crowley, all of Iola. Also Floyd Lorance \yas a diiiner guest making a total of twpnty-four for dinner. All enjoyed the day as it lias been several years .since all weft together. • .ijilr.r.and Mrs. Elmer Sievers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prestori' arid Mrs. Dora Strawderman helped Mr, and Mrs. Bliss butcher Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Bliss visited Mrs. Lorance all day Tuesday. Mrs. Dora iBtrawderman. who has. bieen staying wijh Mrs. Lorance, returned home with Mrs. Bliss, her sister. ';Bi-mohthly examinations were Held January 5 and 6. Below are giyen the pupils' names and averages, whose grades ranked highest ih respective "classes: Eighth, Gearld Pauletic 95; seventh, Pauline Taylor 96: slx^h, Norbert Mormann 97; fifth Chester Taylor 93; fourth Kermeth I>dtt6r 99: third. Leland Denton 96; second, Mary Dietrich : 97; Gladys Hill bfid Erma Creason, who are reviewing the eighth grade, averaged 98, and 99 respectively.—Miss Helen Wilson, teacher. Oklahoma City—'What's in a title? George Berry has been chosen third vice-president, fourth vice- president, and fifth vice-president of the junior chamber of commerce. The art of photography has been of the utmost seirvice to astronomy. FHave to Get IJp at Night? Dead 9roni>t!^ ifidi Kad^ Irrcgidaritfes Are j'ou bothered with bladder irregularities: .burning, scanty or too frequent passage' and getting up at night? Heed promptly these symptoms. They may v/arn of some disordered kidney or bladder condition. Users everywhei^ rely Doan's PiJIs. Recominehded )r 50 years. Sold everywhere. ills A Diuretic forths Kidneys my clear be came —wouldn't you like to be able to say this, too? Then pause a moment .and ren-ion ... .skin affections usually re- sulti Ijecause of lowered * resistanci* from below the skin sui-facc. Then help the blood that purifies the skin, by Uncreaslnu its red.cclls and re- utoring tlio vilul oxygonK!itrr>llns hemoglobin In these cells so that more vlt.allty comes to the tissues. This will increase the dblUty ojt the blood to devour infecticius pimplo germs. That is Just what S.S.S. does- proved by tens of thousands of unsolicited letters of thonlcfulness. "Shall I use a good soap?"—certainly—"and cosmetics?"—naturally, but first observe Nature's' law and lay the sound fuundution from underneath the skin.' S.S.S., In addition to beinsr a valuable seoeral tonic, lias tlie special Iiroperty pf Incrcaaing the red.cella und. restorlne the hemoglobin content of tho; blood, when deficient. Try a course of S..S.S. and note the constant improvement. © Tht S.S.S. Ca stur Magniftcent FURS in Fluffy Collars - Big Sleeves Dressy WOOLENS! TWEEDS! EVERY Co^t MUST Go! VISIT OUR BARfiAHf SEC W CLEARkN|CE PRIcis Dress Pants $1.00, Overalls 25c, Shoes ff$c. Suits $5, Ties 25c, Wool Material 25c yard—Od^ and Ends! EVERYTHING MUST GO!

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