Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 23, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 23, 1933
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- f Mr. and Mrs. Milo Miller their; son Jan'ics' of Virgil viaitcd Saturday wth Mr. Millers parents. Mr. and MKS. J. F. Knock. —Dependabilitv is a feature of the Waugh Furieral Service. Miss Leoij^ Gray, a teacher in the Newaon city, school.s; visited her parents Mr. arid Mrs.-C. C. Gray over : the week-icnd. ' Ask Vour Grocer . or Phone 91 for FAIRMONTS Pasteurize^ ililk. Cream. Cottafje Cheei(e and Buttermilk. . Deliveries made any place 'in the city. Mr. and I^rs. W. E. Oliphani visited Sundaj!. with Mrs. Oliphanfs parents Mr.iahd Mrs. S. M. Dickerson, who live near.Colony. -Mrs. J. S. Sellman, who has been flie guest of her father. George Mul- lenkoff, ancj of other relatives in LaHarpe, returned Sunday to her ^lome in Kansas City. Mrs. Charles Paddock and Mrs. Jess Turner of LaHarpe accompanied her home for ^S. week^s visit. SELF SjpRVICE GROCERY Fresh Countr><' Epffs, per doz. ...10c Apples, Rome Beauties, and Winesaps,-7 pounds ,. ..25r Grapefruit,',Texas Seedless— - Small size .3 for 10c Medium size 4for2rie Celery; larpi; crisp stalk .12c Head Lettuce, nice crisp heads, 2 for 15c Potatoes, Idiilio Russets, peck 21c Mr. and-Mrs. Phil S. Bradley, who llVjB southwest of towrl. announce the birth Jfjnuary 17 of a 12-pbund _daughter w?iom they have • named Rosalee. ; l\- . —Having purchased the Prescription Drug Stock and Files of the Evans and Francis Drug Store wc are prep.ired to compound any of their 34.000 prescriptions. ( Wallar's Palace Drug- Store. . -Mrs. Paulf Lanigari, who,has been visiting her mother Mrs. Nettie Da- vLs and her • brother Johnnie Davis isinpe Friday, will return Tuesday to her home in Kansas City. Mi-s. Nelson Todd and her daughter Jane, and Miss Martha Randies of Ola the were week-end guests, of MLss Randles's sister Mrs. R. M. Worthington and her family. —Maude McKlnney — Insurance, Public Stenographer, and Notary Public. Phone. 751. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edwards and their sons James and Tom, who live near Walnut, were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edwards Jr. J. C. Edwards Jr. is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. c: Edwards. . Mr. and Mrs. Ross Reno and their children of Yates Center were guests Sunday of Mr. Refid's uncle, W. O. Reno, and cousin. Miss Grace Reno. THE lOT/A DAILY REGTSTOR, MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 23,1933. BB«BBSBSBBESBSBBSSSaa =BSa==Sa=SB5a ' Mrs. Clyde Gorden is ill with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Japhet and their son Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adamson drbve to Nevada, Mo.. Sunday; PAGE THREE I —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. ... „ - — , , —Studio Coucheis. Day Beds, Qual- i Miss Nell Lewman had as her ; j^y Mattresses fori less. Curtis Pum. ' guest for the week-end her cousin • Start the Day Right . witli a Club Breakfast in Me e k • s POLLY ANN CAFE Then wisely end it with one of our 25 or 35 cent Special Dinners Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Randies returned Friday to their home in White City after an over-night visit with their daughter Mrs. R. M. Wor- tliington and her family. MLss Lois Barker of LaHarpe. —Every convenience, every comfort is afforded in our service rooms. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. William Stradley and their son WiUiam Jr.. and Mrs. •Leona Brooks, who live east of Bronson. visited Sunday with Mrs. A. E. Reynolds, who is ;quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs. Ira McGinnis. Regular Mectinff Veterans of Foreign Wars. Tuesday Night, 8 o'clock. C. B. CRICK, Comm. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McGinnis had ok their guests for the week-end A|r. and Mrs. P. E. Reader of Severy.. and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller of \^ichita. EYERYTHING GOES u. Price and Less! FR.\NCIS DRUG STORE Open Evenings NEW SHIPMENT Table Top Odin Beauty Ranges Now S49.50! Insulated. Latest colors and designs Easy Terms—Free Delivery ' W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crow and their son Bobbie Joe, and Mrs'. Joe Clagg and her daughter Rosa 'Naomi visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Knight in Moran. —For mail subscriptions or want ads for the Kansas City Star' call H. J. Hender.son. Phone 1161. ' Miss karyl V. Dugan of Chanute, spent Saturday, night and Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dugan. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Llneback. who reside east of LaHarpe, were guests Sunday of Mr. Lineback's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Llneback. ATTENTION FARMERS! To introduce our new dlsc.roUing machine we will sharpen Disc the special reduced : Harrows for : price of ; —20Q per Disc— : for 16" or less, until February 15. C. C. MCCARTY & SON : 301 South St. Phone 216 Ira N. Swain, assistant postmaster, returned to his work this morning after being confined to his home by illness the past ten days. J. P. Kohler, proprietor of the Allen County Implement and-Hardware company, who underwent an operation' about two weeks ago at St. John's hospital, is now able to be out of bed and about the house. PLENTY BARGAINS In 'Shoes Still Left Ladies' $4 and $5 Shoes.. .$1.00 Children's $1.75 to $3 Shoes 69c Men's $5 to $6 Shoes $1.98 BANKRUPT STOCK East Side Square NSWERS Eli Guyer. who underwent a major operation two ^veeks ago at St. John's hospital, returned yesterday to his home in Geneva. Miss Ethel Louise Babcock.' for- rnerlv of lola. underwent an oper- tion for the removal of her append- : _ early Wednesds^y morning at the , Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Horville spent . . ... —- <= I Sunday at Elk Palls, the guests ojf Mr.i Horville's cousin Mrs. Marion Prakes. Sisters hospital in Hot Sprmgs. S. 2> and would like to hear from her fl-iends. according to word received licre today. . A mm Final Clearacne of All Coats Including »the Famous Prmtzess Coats Special 1/2 Price Vat Dye Dress Prints 4 Yards 25c Absolutely fast; col- --ors. Yard wide new- spring patterns. Limit B yarjls to a customer. or Bleached Unbleached Mus 5(i in No starch br. filling. Unusuall.v good Quality- SPRING SILKS The new printed silks in 40-^ inch wiiith—the most beauti- 'ful patttrns we have ever shown ...«DX»Ul7 New Silk Mix Crepes New color work, new QQ^ styling in patterns . OUC New 80 Square Prints .^.bsolut&ly. fast "1 7/» colors. Yard i-iC New i ^ongee Prints— In the bright new spring patterns, fdst colors, i Ol / ^ Per y-ird IZTSC Speedwins: Dress Prints— Yat Dyed New paUerns .... 9-1 lypport'll Sheet injr Bleached or Unbleached u I V, Good Heavy Un- blcach'cfi Muslin lOc 7c Unusui^l quality of soft n bleach«i Muslin, ynid . . oC Big 3-lb. Stitched Batts. All long'fibre cotton. /|Q/» Per yard : Fast Color Broadcloth lOc Yard wide, good quality, pretty pastel shades. SPRING Dresses New printed silks, plaids, plain and print combinations, new rough crepes, crepe fohtaine, Jericho crepes and flat crepes— in gorgeou.s , new color combinations and effects —offe?'ed to you at these low prices! $5.95 to $12.50 $3.00 Part Wool BLANKETS IliR .lumbo Size 7'^.v84. Double—Come in Pretty Plaids $2.49 70x80 Size $1.69 People of Iqla and Allen County WE THANK YOU for your splendid co-operation and patronage Our prices for this wcelt ionly will be Any Oamient 43c Two Garments ... .80c CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St-.—Phone 775 Mtss Evelyn Breckenridge of Wichita was a week-end guest of her mother. Mrs. T. S. Breckenridge and Her family. Mr. and Mrs. Verne NorthrUp and their daughter Barbara spentJ Sunday at Parsons as guests of IJir. and Mrs. Glenn Freeman. Mrs. Vernon Duggan returned night from a week-end visit with Mr. Duggran in Kansas City. ! Teachers' Exaihlnatioin. —Willi be held in the County Superintendent's office Janitary 27 ind 28. beginning at 8 n. m. Pee, $L0O.— Dollie; V. Adams, Co. Supt. J. y. Roberts and his son Bud Robert, and Paul Klein spent Sunday at the Bennett Cedar Creek club, which is located west of Welda.. Mrs. H. E. Whitaker returned Sunday from a week's stay in Kansas City. CAR' NEEDS FORI WINTER NewlSkid-Safe "nres. Battery Recharged. New Battery. Radiator Cleanejl and Repaired. Brakes Adjusted. Motor Tuned. Remove Carbon and Grind Valves. Generator ind Starter Checked. Adjust Carl uretor. Install a Heater, etc. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 . The Rev. J. Lee Relefprd. state representative, retiu-ned to Topeka i this morning after a week-end visit at his home. HLs son, Glenn Releford ticcompanied him to Topeka to i spend a week. ' Mr and Mrs. George Tibbs spent Pridiiy night with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Broughton, who live northwest of towni FOR SALE CHEAP Small Iron Safe Lar^e Roll Top DeskI Two Cash Registers, Four 8-foot Floor Cases FRANCIS DRUG STORE Mrs. Phillip ^cks of Tola under- |, went a major operation this morn- | ing at St. John's hospital. 1 [THE Norwegian fjords are NEVER ICEBOUND, due to the *^uence of the GULP STREAM. ASTROPHOBIA means FEAR OP LIGHTNING. ALPHONSK BER- TILLON devised the system of FINGERPRINT IDENTIFI- CATIO.N. Joan and Ruth Ann Standley are ill with the flu at the home of their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. John Bums. Miss Theta Brewer, second district director of the Kansas Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs, and Miss Alice Miles, president of the local club, attended a conference of the clubs of the third district of this organization Sunday at Independence. Any Suit, Dress, Overcoat or Hat Cleaned and Pressed ^^SOc One Day Service if Desired ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wagner and their children Marjorie and Mahlon returned last night from Topeka where they visited Raymond Wagner, who underwent an operation last Tuesday, and report him improving rapidly. Raymond Wagner is a son of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wagner and is a brother of Harry Wagner. The entire stock and fixtures of the bankrupt Royal Mercantile company were sold to A. Ht Hecox last week and. the purchaser is now conducting a sale of the goods. —Wallar's Palace Drug Store is prepared to compound any prescription formerly on the files of the E\'ans or Francis Drug Store. Mrs. Prank.DaJl and her daughter Miss Pearl Dall and her mother, who reside near Blue Mound, were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. John Bums. —Living Room' Suites, new and slightly used. We trade. Curtis'. Mrs. William Newman of LaHarpe had as her guests for Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maudlin and their daughter Lois Maudlin. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maudlin Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maudlin, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles • Newman and their daughter Carol "Beth of lola; and Mrs. Anna Jaro of Xenia. DEWITT Jan. 20.—Mr. and Mrs. Cline Ostrander and family spent Sunday at the Ross Cress hoihe. Mrs. N. Bennett, Julia and Clifford visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett and children Sunday evening. Tlie ijatrons of telephone line 340 held their annual meeting at the M. L. Kirby home. Henry Wagner wa.s elected president; Clifford Bennett, secretary-treasurer, and Chas. Stroh, lineman'. Misses Winnie and Fern Tomlinson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Audrey Cress. Mrs. Henry Strack and Mrs. Glen Strack spent Tuesday afternoon at the D. B/ Howell home in Chanute. Freda Ileen Ostrander spent the week-end,with Mrs. Ross Cress and family. Eryl and Thelma Eileen Conklin are visiting Mrs. George Moon in Humboldt. *Irs. Will Krueger and Margaret, and Mrs: Robert Bennett and children spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Tom Brooke. Mr.> and Mrs. Harrj- Conklin, Eryl Margaret; and Thelma Eileen, and Paul Stinson spent Sunday afternoon at the Elmer Stinson home in Skyrocket district. Burrell Howell spent Tuesday with his daughter, Mrs. Ernest Jessee and family. ; .' . We extend our deepest symijathy to Mrs. John Russell and children in the loss of their husband and father. ! Eryl and Carl Glen Conklin and Harold Krueger spent [Saturday night with Allen Cress. Mrs. Charley Record spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Milo iHerstein. and Mrs. Ida fterstein. Mr. Roy Jesse and Ernest trucked a load 'of hogs to Parsons I for J. A. Cress, Thursday. I Mrs. Will Krueger was hostess to the W. W. club Wednesday afternoon. TVelve members answered roll call by telling the first thing they would do' if they were rich. Mrs. Tom Brooke and Miss Blanche Womack were voted into jthe club as new members and we i welcome them. Mis.. Krueger, assisted by Miss Margaret Kreuger and Mrs. George Stroh: served delicious refreshments to the following: Mesr dames Bruenger, Henry Strack. Blanche Barnard, J. A. Cress, Glen Strack, Robert Bennett, C. F. Stroh; Tom Brooke.: Will Moon, Harold ICnieger, Miss Audrey Cress, and the children, Louis and Irene Stroh. and Gene and Christena Bennett. The next meeting will be February 1. with Mrs. J[. A. Cress. Each one is to come dressed as they think they will look in 1950 and tell of some certain birthday they can remember the best, for roll call. Mr. ^and Mrs. Henry Strack and family spent Sunday in Chanute, at the D. B. Howell home. Mis.scs Winijie and Pern Tomlinson and Audrey Cress. Leo Hujff- master. Millard Cress and , Paul Stinson spent Simday evening ,at the Ross Cress home' and enjoyed ice-cream. ' 1: Carl Glen Conklin spent Sunday afternoon with' Harlan Cress. |; A New Oral Antiseptic By Makers of Vicks V;apoRu|b Introduces New Economy A quality antl.scptic mouth-wash and gnrgle—at lesii than |half the usual price—Is doubly welcome now. Especially to the millions who find such a product a daily necessity— for halitosis (bad breath), joral hygiene, nilH other antiseptic uses. The New Vicks Voratohc Antiseptic—by the makers of Vicks VapoRiib—brings this unique advantage. Born in a-dopress|on year, it, is priced accordingly. Aided by record low prices on raw materials —and Vicks facilities for niass production—Vicks Chemists have pro.r duced a large 10-ounce bottle— a usual 75c value—that i.s priced reg^ularly at only 35c. | The name, of course,'guarantees High quality. It Is simply the best oral antiseptic (Vicks Chemists could produce. . . and they were aided by bacteriologists and phnrihacj)!- ogists of theli; 16 allied organizations, here find abroad.. Mild enough to use dally with perfect safety, Vicks Antiseptic is . strd'ng . enough to do; everything an oi-al antiseptic can' and should do.. | Uniisuai Trial Offer. Of course, the only real proof,j of its quality—and its economy—is !ln actual use. Tp furnish this propf, five;.minion iwttles of a special trial size are beln^ supplied druggists everywhere at < less than cost manufacture. A 25c value, these trial packages areiprlced at only 10c -while the supply lasts. NOW • AT A L L ^ DIAMOND STATIONS k .1 Mrs. J. R. Stewart. Mrs. Ruth N. i and her daughten,.jind Mrs.! C. O. Bollinger visited Sunday aft- • ernoon with Mrs. Walter Crook, who is ill at her home in Humboldt. Mrs. Crook is a daughter of Mrs. Stewart. their daughter Marion of Port Scott and Mrs. Fred Pinnel of Chicago were guests Sunday afternoon of. Mrs. Garlock's brother, T. O. Canatsey and his family. —People who purchase Crazy Crystals get their money's worth. There is no other article or treatment known to the world that will do the same wonderftil thiiigs for suffering people that Crazy Crystals will. Start taking Crazy Crystals now. Mrs. Cora Payne. 301 North Street. Miss Betty Jane Reed returned this morning to her home in Kansas City after a week-end visit with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo N. Gish. : "FRANK SEZ": \ : Broken parts and fenders are : : welded back and surfaced off : : leaving ho unsightly mars. Prom : : the frame to the top, no break : : is left untouched. •: Franli Lawyer's Repair Shop : Blacksmithihg. Welding, : Machine and Woodwork : : 12 N. Walnut, ; Phone 119 : Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Campbell, who have been guests of their niece Mrs. O. P. Miller and her family the past few days, left today for their home in PueblOi Colo. Misses Gertrude and Louise Green, 617 East Madison, and their sister Mrs. R. C. Nichols of San Mateo, Calif., returned last night from Buffalo where they spent the week-end with Mra. Nichols's father-iri-law and motherrln-law Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Nichols. NOTICE! New Bus Schedule between lola. and Fort Scott Leave lola—8:50 a.m. 1:10 p.m. Bus leaving lola 8:50 a. m. makes connections for K. C arriving there at 1:07 p. m. SOUTHERN KANSAS STAGE LINES Kelley Hotel. Agent Phone 75 Tlie following friends .and relatives have returned to their respective homes.after attending the funeral rites Saturday afternoon of Mrs. H. J. Dean: Mrs. Joe.Craig and Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Williams of Fort Scott; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Dean of Seminole.: Okla.. and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dean of Milo, Mo. W. W. Poote, manager of the J. C. Penney company in Colorado Springs, is in lola today, for a visit with Angelo Scott and his family. Mr. Scott. Mr. Poote. and Emerson Lynn all attended college at the same time and were members of the sanie fratemity. Mr. Poote was manager of the J. C. Penney company in Fort Scott for several years before moving back to Colorado Springs. Notice of Primary Election. —To the voters of the City of lola. Kansas, and School District niimber ten: You are hereby notified that a Prlmaiy Election will be held In the City or lola, Kansas, on ithe 14th day of March. 1933. for the of nominating the following officials: One Candidate for Commissioner of Finance and Revenue. One Candidate ' for Treasurer of' Board of Education. Three Candidates for Member of Board of Education. T. E. SHANAHAN, City Clerk. A visitor in lola who has just come from Colorado tells of a recent wind storm there which blew up such a stifling load of sand and dust that it "stalled"' about 300 cars on the road between Colorado Springs and Denver—just filled them so full of sand they couldn't mn. On the same day in lola, people were having a lovely game of golf oij a soft, spring-like afternoon. And yet Colorado brags about her weather! THE NEW UIBRICAm nWK PILLS FOR 30 YEARS, THEN CEREAL BROUGHT RELIEF Mr. Forsythe Endorses'ALL-* BRAN for Constipation If you suffer from headaches, loss of appetite and energy or any other of the frequent effects of con^ > stipation, read this voluntary letter: "After taking pills and tablets for about thirty years for constipation, I started to take your Al,L- BRAN three times a day according' to directions. Today I can eat cheese, and that is binding, and certainly feel fine."—Mr. Ed. Fori sythe, Box 219, Youngstown, N..Y. Science says ALL-BRAN provides "bulk" to exercise the intestines, and vitamin B to further aid regular habiti. In addition, ALL-BRAN is rich in blood-building iron. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is much like that of leafy vegetables. Inside the body, it forms a soft mass which gently clears the intestines of wastes. isn't this pleasant "cereal way" far more healthful than using nat- !ent medicines—so often habit- forming? Just eat two tablespoonfuls daily. In serious cases usei With each meal. If not relieved this way, see your doctor. Get the red-and-green package at yeur grocer's. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. B E SATISFIED no longer with ordinary gasolines! Use D-X—Successor to Gasoline—the moderh fuel. "D'* stands for Diamond—the brand name of a distinguished family of petroleum products. "X" stands for the new and exclusive process by which D-X is made . . . the process which gives to D-X its distinctive property of lubricating upper-cylinder parts. D-X is made to replace gasolines —not to compete with them ... it does what ordinary gas­ olines never could do. D-X provides quicker starting, more speed and power, greater mileage and pronounced anti-knocic performance. In addition, it furnishes needed protection to valves, pistons, rings and i upper cylinder walls. The result is smoother motor operation with lessened wear and ai new degree of fr^dom from carbon and valve troubles. Fill your tank today—then thrill to the feel of D-X performance . . . we guarantee you a new experience! D-X is readily identified by its golden amber color and its distinctive odor. . . . Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, Tulsa, Oklahoma. TESTS HIGHEST • STARTS QUICKEST • HIGHEST ANTI-KNOCK AND IT LUBRICATES! A H E A B R A R A D E

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