Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 19, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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lOLA.KANSAS Mrs. Ralph Dixon Is quite ill with influenza at the home-of her mother Mrs. B. H. Reams. —A pergonal interest in all served. Waugh Funeral Home. David Shannon went to Kansas City Wednesday afternoon to attend the forty-fourth annual convention of 'the Western Retail Implement ar(d Hardware association. He will return tonight. '• : Any Size Window Glass Installed : We want to put in your new , window and, door glass. The : frame will be 'checked, any : wanted repairs made, or a new : one built. ' : If It's Made nf Wood We Make It lOLA PLANING MILL ^ : 404 North St. Phone 404 o Mrs. Anna Ross returned Monday LO ' hw home In Kansas City after _ a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Walte. Mrs. Waite. and her son Thomas Jr. took her to Kansas City in their car returning in the evening. / -^ARk your grocer for the 5c loaf t. of Delicious Bread, or the 10c loaf , of Enner-Jee Bread, made by the lola Bakery. : Mrs, Frank Wilson and her daughters Wanda Lee and tlacquelyn Joy of: Kansas City were week-end -t guests of Mrs. Wilson"s sister-in-law Mrs. Zelby Taylor, and'Mr. Taylor. NOW ONLY S39.95!; .See the new 19.33 Faultless Electric Wisher! 2 RoH-a-Tmbs FREE ' for the month of January.' They are selling' fast—get yonrs to^ay! Easy Terms—Free Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 203 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Frederick; Green, who has been here the past two weeks during the critical illness and death of his mother Mrs. F. C. Green, left Wednesday afternoon for Des Moines, Iowa, where he attends the Still college of osteopathy. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smock entertained H. B. Smith of Moran at dinner Wednesday. —Maude McKinney — Insurance, Public Stenographer, and Notary Public. Phone 757. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mearl Puller, 10 Davis street, announce the birth this morning of a 7}i -pound daughter. . When you can come to Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE for less than you pay in many places for your . meat order alone —isn't it the sensible thing to do? Misses Evelyn and Inez Goddard returned last night from Arkansas City where they have spent the past week with their father J. E. Goddard, and Mrs. Goddard. —Dr. H.;L . Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mrs. Bud Hurley attended a meeting of the San Sui Sou club yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Weast in Moran. FAIRMONT'S Frozen Fresh Strawberries and Raspberries are now on sale at all the leading grocery stores Mrs( J. S. Turner, proprietress of the Turner Millinery, who has been ill the past seven weeks, is reported gradually improving. —A. R. Chambers, M. D. Office Mittelbach Bldg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. Mrsl Harry Wright of Toronto iand Mr. and Mrs. Os Love of Bronson were i guests Tuesday of Mrs. Wrighi's cousins, Mrs. E. E. Patterson, Mrs. Ernest Love, and Mrs. Hattie Wells. TEXACO PRODUCTS AND SERVICE Goodrich Silvertown Tires Used Cars Bought and Sold AVe will appreciate your patronage - L. H. RE'YNOLDS TEXACO SERVICE STATION ."501 West St. Phone 425 J. E. Hunter is quite 111 at the ^ home of his daughter, Mrs. W. E. I Dulinsky. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McPherson went to Mildred today to visit their daughter Mrs. Everett Flack, and Mr. Flack. —Dr. W. P. Hull, Osteopath and Diagnostician. Phone 120. J. C. Nix, manager of Penney's. was able to return to his work yesterday afternoon after being confined to his home by illness the past few days. Miss Vivian Su0ron has as her guests Mrs. Orville L. Wright and Miss Estelle Hoover of Wichita, who arrived yesterday, THE lOLA DMLY REGIST^, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19.1933. MLss Pauline McKinney will arrive Friday night from the Emj^oria teachers college to spend the mid- semester vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKinney. -^New Twin Speaker Majestic. Sav«;dt Curtis Furn.. 10 N. Wash. Lucille Wagner of Tola has recently been selected as a member of the cast of "Uncle Tom's.Cabin," a play to be presented by the University of Kansas dramatic club February 7, 8, and 9. JLATiTAG Electric Washers as low as ?59.50—S79.5{V-S139.00 Terms. We 'Trade for and Repair all makes. Maytag repairs in stocks K. C. ELEC. & PLUMBING COl Phone 65 •; Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Shanahan and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edwards will go to Lawrence this evening to witness the K. U.-M. U. basketball game. Miss Pern Hunter arrived, last evening from Chanute to be' the guest of Miss Olive New. Mr. and Mrs. John Boomgaarn returned last night from Gridley where they attended the funeral of Mr. Boomgaam's aunt, Mrs. John Coogan. —Close-Out Prices. Circulators, wood and combination • heaters. Trade In old.. Curtis', 10 N. Wash. Mrs. Joe Crow and her soh Bobbie arrived Tuesday from Walnut to Join Mr. Crowj They are located at 311 North stireet. Mr. Crow is employed at the Otten bakery. NYAL TONIC For those who are rundown, weak and nervous. Helps build up. Vim, Vigor, and VitaUty. BROWN'S DRUG STORE Phone 255 The Rev. R. Traver, pastor of the Free Methodist church, broadcasts every other Friday over KGGP. Cof- feyvllle, instead of every Friday as previously announced. The program tomorrow morning will be from 10 until 10:30. SEEDS!; SEEDS! SEEDS! Will soon have our stock of fine Tested Seeds. 80-acre farm for rent. L. E. STEELE SUPPLY CO. N. Side Square Phone 809 Dudley Henderson returned Tuesday night li-om Kansas City where he spent the week-end with his brother Waybe Henderson, and Mrs. Heridersftn. —Equipped to render any service you may prefer,; Sleeper Mortuary. Mrs_ HpUis Flint and her daugh- :ter 'Shirley 'Ann, who have been guests of Mrs. Flint's mother Mrs. P. C. Irwin, and sister Miss Julia Irwin, the past two days, will return tonight to her home in Humboldt. ' PAGE .THREE ' "Good crowds" are reported by the Reverend Mr. Porter, evangelist conducting services at the - Free Methodist church. The topics tonight and tomorrow night are "Signs of His Coming" and "Time of His Coming." Announcement ; will be [made later if the services are to continue next week. . We have several new 1933 Console Radios, FADA and SPARTON on which we will make special trade-in allowance. Terms. ' RADIO SERVICE SHOP 109 W. Madison-Phone 33 J. H. Burger, grand high priest of the I. O. O. F. encampment of Kansas, went to Kansas City today where he will attend an I. O. O. F. meeting tonight. He also will attend meetings of the organization tomorrow at Topeka and Saturday at Ottawa. Any Suit, Dress, Overcoat or Hat Cleaned and Pressed 50c ; ABLESON CLE.ANERS Phone 1.05 Orville Swinford and the "Rhythm Rollickers" will broadcast a musical program Sunday night from 7:45 to 8:30 over KGOF. Coffeyville. Members of the orchestra are Mrs. Heber Ransom of LaHarpe; Ted Fowler of Moran; Ralph Jones of Colony; Gordon Elliott: Marion Odor, J. T. Klinglnsmith. and Louis Kinman. Miss Ethel Anderson left Wednesday for Kansas City after a few days' visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Anderson, and other relatives. - mail subscriptions or want ads for the Kansas City Star call H. J. Henderson. Phone 1161. Mrs. M. R./Sherman of LaHarpe xmderwent a major operation this morning at St. John's hospital;' t^omplete Winter Super ; Service for Your Car Anti-Freeze, Battery Fluid, Brake Service, Radiator Service, Crankcase Service, Body Work, Oil, Washing, Gas, • Tire Service, Igtiitlon. SHELLY* MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Spangler of Lone Elrn announce the birth of a 7 '-i -pound daughter Wednesday' at St. John's, hospital whom they have named Shirley Arlene. —Old Hickory Smoked Salt. 90c a; can. Bring us your produce.! R. C. McKinney Peed Store, Opposite Postoffice. Phone 389. Charles Lindbergh Prantz. young son of Dr. and Mrs. Ira B. Frantz, is ill witinthe flu. SELF SERVICE GROCERY Car Grapefruit Just In —Texas Marsh Seedless— Small size 3 for 10c Medium size 6 for 25c Large size 4 for 25c Mammoth size 3 for 25c Frank jRobinson i-elurned Tuesday to ills home in Springfield, Mo., after an over-night visit with his sister. Mrs. L. L. Ponsler, who was critically ill and who passed away today. His daughter Miss Mary Robinson, who accompanied him here; remained for a longer stay. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fees returned ^ast night from a business trip to Wichita. —S. B. A. Social Dance, Friday evening after lodge. i Mrs. Mary. Slam of LaHarpe. who is recuperating from a severe attack of influenza, is spending, the week with her son C. E, Pennington, and Mrs. Pennington. ; Miss Bernice McNiel, a teacher in the Independence city school^, will arrive tomorrow evening for a weekend visit with her parents. Mr. aWd Mrs. B. L. McNiel. Inexpensive Prescription Guaranteed to Stop \ Rheumatic Pains ; Thousands joyfully astonished lat swift 48 hour relief. Progressive pharmacists will tfeU you that the popular big selling prescription for : rheumatism right now is All^nru—for 85 cents you can get one generous bottle from Cook's Drug Store or any up to date druggist. ; You can get it with the und^standing that if it doesn't stop the pain-^the agony—and reduce the Swelling in 48 hours—your money back. i Excess Uric Acid Poison Starts to Leave in 24 Houi^. Out of your joints and muscles go the excess uric acid deposits that are so often the cause of your suffering—it's a safe, sensible, scieti- tific formula—free from pain deadening drugs. The same holds good for Sciatica, Neuritis' and Lumbago—quick joyful relief—no more idle days—it removes the cause. DRY GOODS €0. lOLA'S POPULAR STORI^ Just Received New Shipment WASH FROCKS^ Beautiful new and delightful "LOOKNEET?' Frocks fashioned of plain and printed Pique, printed Broadcloth and Lin,- enes. Organdie trims .and the new puff sleevetf. $1 and $1.39 other New Wash Froclt.4 at ^ 49c and 79c Winter Coats A good selectin left. Bqj* them now at ^ PRICE ; Special Saturday No Vaiiie Vard Wide Prints 4'c Yard G '\'ar(Is to a C'us- | toriicr. SAVE. ON YOUR BI^NKETSl Large Size Double. Part Wool, Plaid, Sateen I Boimd, Extra Special $1.98; Pair Bias Tape and Thread 7c $1.25 Cap and Scarf ' .Sets. Came in too late. E.\tra Special, .set 49c ,3-lb. Stitched ^Cotton Batts I 23c Batt Z to a Customer Choice of Any Hat Fall 49c - Children's Coats, Good Heavy Wa,rm Ones, Choice $2,98 Ladies' Pajamas ,S1.25 Seller Special 89c Made of Fancy Outings 20 Per Cent Dis- coiint on All Silk Underwear. 50c Quilt S5.00 Ladies' 25c Cretonnes O. N. T. Batts j Wool Square Special Sewing Thread Special : Shawls to close Special 300-yard spools 3Sc lb. out S2.98 ' ' 13c Yard 6c Spool 25% Discount on Entire Line of Silks A. C. A. IGuaran- tced Feather Ticking. 19c Yd. j All Wool Goods One-Half Price Yard-wide Light Outings T -.C Yd. Sanitary Napkins 13c for Bo.v of 12 9-4 Bleached Pep- pcrcll Sheeting 29c Yard 81x90 Pullman Sheets Special 69c SILK DRESSES Up to S16.75—All PJaced In One Rack, Choice $4.98 All Dre^es Under S4.98 Special ONE-HALF PRICE ^ 10% Discount on all (iossard Corsets and Girdles WHY RISK YOUR GARMENTS by sending them to an unknown cleaner who must send them out of town'to be .cleaned? We own and operate our own modern plant. All our work guaranteed and cacli garment insured. Cloak.s. SuiUs. Hats, Dresses and Ovci'coats -50c- SPOTLESS CLEANERS 111 West Madison Phone 797 Mr. and Mrs. Pay Mitchell and their son Carl Fay Jr., who have been guests of Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Class, and of Mr. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Bud Hurley and her family, left Wednesday afternoon for Moran for a visit with other relatives before returning to their home in Nevada, Mo. SILK HOSE $1.35 Kant Run Hose $1.19 .Sl.OO Silk Hose 89c 69c Silk Hose 55c These are All Berkshire Silk Hose. S1.95 All Wool Sweaters 51.1)9 .$2.39 Wool Skirts; SI,98 i RAIN COATS Prepare for Stormy Weather, Guaranteed fof One • Year. S2.98 and S3.98. All Seanis Sewed and Cemented Special $1.69-$1.00 Panel Lace Curtains 79c each. COATS-COATS--COATS 75 Choice New Late Winter Coats, bought at manufacturers clean-up sale, at sacrilice prices. Manufacturer's loss is your gain. $39.75 Values for $14.98 $ Values for $10.98 $15.00 Values for $6.98 All good fabrics—all are luxuriously fur trimmed—all ,goad styles. • SEE THEM! RICHARDSON'S South Side Square 4fc ELIZABETH ARDEN Treatment is based on three fundamental steps CLEANSING • TONING NOURISHING T HE cleansing—with' Venetian C/tansiii!; CrMCT— rids the pores of all impurities which cause blackncads and coarseness. The Toning—with Ardena Skin Tonic and Spi- cial Asrrinj[,cnt — clarifies, the skin and lirms the contours. Tiic Nourishing- with Oran^^ Skin Food or the delicate V.eliaCreain— rounds put, lines and wrinkles! These three • steps, which supply every need of the skin to keep it •naturallyclear and lovely, should be a part of your daily care of your skin at home. • Ehzabeto Arden's VitietiauToilet Preyarutions art! on sale at ELIZABETH ARDEN 691 Fifth Avenue, New York ' ij Old Bond Street, Londoa I rue de li Paix, Paris . Vat Uye DRESS PRINTS 4 Yards 25c Ab.solutely fast coons. Yard wide new spring patterns. Limit 8 jardLs to customer. Bleached or Unbleached MUSLIN 5c No Starch or Filling. Unusually good quality. Fast Color BROADCLOTH lOe Yard wide, good quality, i)ret- ty pastel shades. Mb. COTTON BAIT Full size—either the glazed batt or our white fluffy China cotton. Regular 49c value! EVERYBODY S TALKING ABOUT THESE TREMENDOUS VALUtS An early trip to market for the latest spring merchandise—a great special purchase at rock bottom prices—and our own great stock of quality merchandise—offered to you now in this .BIG JANUARY SALE at Record Breaking Prices! SPRING 3ILKS The new Printed Silk.s are here — rich colors, beautiful styling in plaids and figure designs. 40 inches w i d e—the most beautiful patterns we have ever shown. Yd. _< $1.00 New Silk Mix Crepes New color work, new styling in pattelrns, fast to washing, ful wearing fabric, yard wonder- 39c New 80 Squafe Prints Absolutely faa^ colors, pre-shrunk. Also all the plain colors. 1 7/» Per yard .L I C New Pongee Prints— In the bright new spring patterns, fast "I OJL/» colors, yard -_X^2^ Speedwing Dress Prints- Vat dyes, new patterns. Also all, 71 plain colors J -V /v/ 9-4 Pepperell Sheeting Bleacher or 07ir» Unbleached I V GoOd_ heavy un- H bleached Muslin __ • V Unusual quality of soft • Bleafhed Muslin i Special, yard OC Big 3-lb. Stitched Batts All long fibre AQkg* cotton, yard ---TCt /C Just in, an elaborate display of gorgeous New Dresses, the season's latest qreations-U—New Printed Silks, Plaids, Plain and Print Combinations, New Rough Ci'epes, Crepe Fontaine, Jero- ko Crepes and Flat Crepes—in gorgeous new color combinations and effects—entirely new and different sizes, 12 to 20 and 38 to 44, offered to you at these low prices! . ; $5.95 to $12.50 One special rack of Wjnter and Spring Dresiies. > Special All Winter flats Must Go! Felts — Metal Hats now 49c 89c $1 New Spring fiats at $1.98 up $3.98 P^inal clearance of all Coats, including the fa mous Printzess Coats and other good makes regular $15 to S55 Coats— SPECIAL 1/2 PRICE New Wash Dresses Now showing the new "Letty Lynton" Guimpe Frocks New Dolly Madisons New Polly Anns —all new styling and coloring. Special Pictured here onei of the New Guimpe FrOcks at Si.ooJ

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