Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 17, 1927 · Page 4
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Br^O^er In loia. Oaa Ctty. UtHkriw for. two years for the farmer froiQ . j • - ''^SB8SMBHBMBHiB^^^^^!£j ^SB8l*^-^^|B^ '7 ^•••wm. ^ Ll&T I hav^i liev«r read np on the ^^M.''Oni Week .f!!?.f .!!!!!^.l,..« Oenti. whom be st^^^^ liur: ^^^SSi^lSSiBBl^^^^ l^Ul^xUH^BKKSKSStiiMr » «iJlr» W E Payton> ifttiS^i / ' h.t! I>«t presutiit- tlip 'hot timiiU? " • ' »lirtS*'2flS? 1 made a member of the family, girr >^^^^|g^^^^gKHHJH^ I^^^S^H^ ' son who works iii Nebraska nov. ^<>sJl_>.5^ . bptf..>n. the cornstalk and ba?;iha J °"«J^^"" "••"•"•^"'"KS' *" "ward and room, his w^h* y^^^^^^^^^^^^^sB^^. ' J^^^^^K K ' filtU.--' »« here lor; a short visit with his >-v I tr«-e ilifn crossed with the caye me . ' §ffi4rjKnfth« '"'Sif '*'"B*0 Ingr and mendliig» a«d' hi* ///^'^ <?0<V^ >So^^^a^»^3gS^ ^feraaSitfj 'ij^?^ father l ^fe Mason N^' (-iQiBi^^^^J peiirper. Anyhow, the inside of the • ci;ii . • '^W^H^l t ^'K'^f ^^B! ii^^^^ . ' Preston O.Bowen and liaht-.Berv , B ^^Bftfe^ fvuit^js remarkilMy like a hiin inn.. 1 O'^lxii'- IK • crly, drove to Chanute Wednesday IW^ M K^ HI^ j and 16.- liule seeds are about as ^^^SSjid^^^^^g.^ , ^aTe,:eamed In less than a rW -cek liti«k*J^^^^ 'h> ' CflE "^i "^^^ = ^ attend the Viner^ o 'f ^hls father. '^"^"^^m^ltl^t/H^ the vi; amius'.^ and rairi«-ral| salts In ' vSS^^i^rt^^&iMSmMii ' lhft ,fi84 /he got for the chickens,he \ Y P.. ll^^ » V ^ • 1» "'^ 5 ; Oeorge Cannon, vrhich occurred ^^31^^^ j the liu ^ks I believe 1 would discir "-^rgi • jCJf"' gg^ —^ «inlB Kow he-Will work Ave Tears :- \ rl/-^OA\{ .-' / iaitJnr • '*'«'"e Tuesday. Mr. Cannon was ' " • •• . • —^ » i them u both when eating then. I aKStt^telSSif^ !!^L^!I/^r«?r^ /^T:!^^/^ t %^^n - ^^am^ • ^' an caiployce of the Sama Fe atvd PP >ritt?t , never ate one of those mollTesV ™fi« S -tilSn cSS?^ •• •.K*''925-.*'Y« Jf***^^^ ; /V..^^ C^f^-J = ^ f ^ ' , died at it., hospital in Topeka., I BETHEL | until Monday and there* la warm ^iM^ Ui -fce J|^..tot»;^»W>t.,»«.tould j |\\y^tf/^jg\3a. K7 ^^<^T ' ^mnmM 1 ::• Burton Barron arrive.1 hoino! (Marjorie Gibson".) | place [or it not far from iiiyhea«_l ; " ^ - t fflSWUSwal^'^T^^^ %J L* 'W ^iT ^'^tt: i» /--^ xSHB^ ' • X : Wediie^lay morning ffom a visit- Dec. 12.—Mr. William' Winder •1 understand the trees 'I*Si &3 *3»Mr««P<«'«iyHp5^^ •T*' '!yIL^ /^^^•'O* / f with fiends at Hutchin.son and visited at K. L. Oibsons:Snnda.v. : srow wild lu .Mexico and if I were :3fSlfl^feS^S^VrtSMSM^*W WW^ 'i^ l^lf/ f Tki^^"^. /. ' ^B^r f: Wichita and with his aunt. Mrs. Mr and Mrs Tom .Marlow and" 'r- T ' i r^imrtSL-^^^ NdS*^^ ^ The KenMngton chib enjoyed its man and family and .Mr.'antl .Mrs. i'^^^- IRKCLF ' fKy.ffi ^drtWOTjSSS^ li _^^«?i ^5SSW^^^V^ ^ - I i Christmas meeting Wednesday aft- Willis (;ib.son wei,. shoppi IR in ^ . ' a ^SfiSMlf ^k /^^^(^ 1 ! / einoon at the flome of .Mi-s. H.JK. lola Saturda .v. ' I •"! '"r''^ »»n^?y ? i -. • ahig fa<ly Qit ,^r »ai>N'0«W*»»y*'°.*">* W^m^(^Zir'J \^«ijw .^ViL>-^ f / '•'^e usual exchange' pf Ike Brooks and" Herman Kera .k 1^^^ ^ j^t^i. • ' i;; '•; - 'J.'''^^^ '0'^^ : .wy i .«t..» ri«y.«tii^« « M- H HP^ • iSiSSK ^ ^'K*^ • \ Vv ^.AA- • 1 '1/ /f P"'" " plainly of Humboldt, called at; Gib .souV'lHHgMlg l»«tyHBlt.. . • >S|&2e 7A«ti%t /or Toitay . -} ' --^ - - f "-SiJ^ 1 ^^i*^'^. >jJnr^^^^ N ' / Christmas UnR^heon eiiloyerl by a la.st Sunday. • ''illRBMB«/m n# OM^llV • > ' . . . ^ , ,i:nff-:r^ ..^ - ^ -^1 1 >«^VwA \ ' • ,( / good attendance of meinbers and B. Long of Harri.sonville. yio^WIS^SBmmSmmSm • He. that snared not his 9^r^r^utkmtk^}^fpmm*^>y>^^'^> A \ ^Wfa^ AXJ ^'J/Li ^^'^ Y'^^'C^''^\'^''^^T-^lt\^''}?^ ^^^^^^^^"^^ . sor%»* how shall he not with ^«*l >to»lj4iw .*he «o.«ls« of nep- J^^] /fCjS^-iXVr t- ^ I .?wl«. .Mr .c. I^e R Hcttitk. .Mrs. ^^^^^^^^ ; i* , . -. RQ*: 8:32. ellmlnaie ^tlje sales tax on atttomo- i ^^^Jj^^^^^^gK J ' • j^S^^P^^ mwing ^wia *e;^ln jlirw weeks jay.T ""'j"*"^' *f'* . THE HOLmXT TRADE. against Uhe-tax that It Is entirely V^^^^^^^^^S^^""^ '(jtl -^'f- :in<' •I- 'J- B"^^^^^ K4RIFMSkRE^ • V ; C-hristmas \oX ' ^.en Uk^ Senate will concur. And J . . • n^S ^^To xtn^ .fefS "%;"arteV.nk n.U and If «®MIIB!W | •• .^»|ng lola.^wnr toy H.*Ot,W.,e.n,,^ It.thlMs one-?t ..... ^HBEW * p.i: ,. ^|Uilrr -?Pr- attend the ht.rial of their brother niaH^^^^^^^^^ I :,for the pist lew .weeks and as the ">e war taxes that by this time the WnBHs.. ^ T «^l\^^^fesi^ t ^J^^T^T^'-^'hrf- """^ Sundav. ^ - yT S ifestlre day «raws nearer, m^r- Goveminent could mahage'to get t^^^^.^ - . / V ^g^PBS^kBfc<jd^ C >-:^^='^^/» PV""'^ ''^"'^ -C 'orwin CiWon helped Willis • * tA kf rA r I • ; ^chWts in all lines of retail busl- along without, ^specially In view ||trrii^'/>^Ji, WiV^W^' ^^^^S^^Skl^'^^EhML Colonv is to h.Ve anoUier tdacei '•"^'"^J- 'VLA KANJAJ • n>|A;are reporting a heavier than of the heavy burdens laid upon the f% f • . VW^V^ H ^^ff'T'^tlMnr^Vi ^^^J ofS^Miless as '--BSd"^^^^^^ The ioTar;;;;;;^;;;- -;77 .Hs,ereil fMCefBSfT'^ \ -usuhl .holiday trade.. • owners of automobiles by ,lUe T-^^ V= •,.^..^.Tr :=r=:c =-.z=- — . . , ., T= ... . , _^ . = getting rendv to open a store in unen.plov^d in Oreaf Urit ^in on ' What peopl. are giving this year States. In the first place the own- I N TMK HAT'S ^EWS. WIN ON -RADIO Iimr? UA^t'C th^ former Stale Bank .bi .iltllng, O.ioher .1.-, .va.s 1.12.^^^^^^^ ,^l^llglll^^ll^g^^lglllll^g^ 1^ • •. 4 «.V »lte-.«,..f 5nlflq »t. a., the facf *r >,l an automobUe paj. fx .pOa • The Rt. Bev. Charles ,M. Beck- ^-^iBJiiL NfiWSNttlEj- "LTl^W ktow^ n ^llf; ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ^ that they are buying heavily. In- U as a piece of prop ^Ay, then He ^..th. who today celebrates his sil- . ^^^^B^^ U JT. t4 >,.m,r '—I ^ i - 'I'deed. Christnas presents can al- l'a>»» » special license tax upon |t yer jubilee as bishop of the I'rot- ^I^^^^H^^^ llr rITY ^^'^ Taylor store, i ; | , [ ways be takei as an index to the an automobile, then he pays ja gstant Rplscopal diocese of .\la- , J^^^^^^H^^^. Uf; Ufiu vl 1 I then conducted :i gro< ery i.tore tor j * "T Trr ^J ^T^ M^^X^TX : interests and Istamlartlsbf the peo- «lieclal tax upon the fuel with bama. Is 7C years old and a native . MB^^^^^Hl Inmseir oef ore going to .Vow Me^-1 /A I J I f 1 VI I 1 K Ide at any-imrtlcular peritjd. Until *hlch It Is operated. Three state of Virginia.. After receivine his Brick IM inl (losfs NenJ- Here and T ,„. j„ter-ciass basketball/tour- i - ^ ^ -m^ ^ M.M^M^ -Vecent years the frivolous, the-ex- taxes would seem to be abpiit ^. a degree from the ITniv«rslty Ksp ^fl^HB . .Ileii/Oiit oi ^Work-OrVllIe nament opened Wednesday 'veiiiuj; X/^-^ TT4. k -i .-r.^-k-* - travagant, and the u.seless .were •^'«'«>Bb, and ther« will be a gen- of Georgia In, 1873 he wont to the ^ g|H^ loiapuns Mioi in tool. with, a lot of interest shown by itlie 1 i\j W I I W A [\J K W mostly gjven. m fact, twenty .-r*!. feell -g ^of relief If. the gov- Berkeley PM^^^^^ pn- JT^M^^H tllrs. A T^F . Uten). \ '::^V^VZ T^'v^a"":^ 1 i ^ O V X^JCi y^-ars ago the prevalc -nce of stupid '•'•'"nentlcwks somewhere else for pare for a career, in the clmrch. Mg^^ ^^^^M <:A S ^'TV. IJec-. ^6.- The brick "/^oveT^^^^^ . "glifts so irritated onr president *S5.000,000 a year it has been por two years he was an assistant •f ^'"HMk '*'>i' •''"'1' ^""^ I the juniors winning ^ J- ^ t^J- thut -he seriouslv recommended the KC 'tlng from the buyers of auto- prores -TOr of mathematics at the K l^^P^^'^kii^^^ our| men are out of work. -No' fi to s. Tbe-ophomore hoys ther.'; ^4 # f -/l V 1 . organisation of SPUGS. the Society mobiles. I.Tnlvcrslty of the South and from m.-'^^^XW v.rv .ju^^^^^^^^^ .^T.-f' V>/170 I' for the Prevention : of I'selessj' ' = ; iS76 to 187D he was master of the ^K^^^fHfK^ ''li rcWe Potter of (ias and Her- l'!^' a, TU o/. I, • -> - ii -Olvlpg, , If we had not gone Into the war grammar schools at the-: same in- ^kSMKB^M^ P-elback of I ..la motored to gome of^^ ^Au-?'*"/^'''^ ^."""^ R (io8evelt would bave little to and Gerniahy had won It whiU stltution. Following Ills ordlria- ^^^M'^WhW' .Mis.souri Thursday to see al«iut,he enthusiastic ones have picked ^ portUlilly to insure ^OUr aUtOlhoMle at a saVfhg of '75 r complain of today, if he could hear would have become of the money »on he became assLstant: rector c.f ^^BRt . " ^ *'**,wt, , , ., „ ""P'"'"""''"' a^ the winning per cent.. Farmers ticensW Lega 1 Reserve ColttpAnV. • 1he "?eports 'o "f local-merchants onl.r.jTo EnZd "Ind France SI. Lake 's Cathedral In Atlanta. ||^. ^1^11^ fo^S'^V Slac^Et^iS- at*^--' team ofthe lonrnament A.^ets Over^Sl.^OO.OOO.^ Wus o^'er $150,000. j the types of arficlep. that ve. in and^tUo QtheralUed and associat- In 1886 he went to Texas as rector ZH^.'^ J^^f^^ in his fiit last Saturday. ^ , !'<. , ^_ —'n^''- CplUsion. Ijabillty and Propej-- • theinaln, being purkhascd. with a cd uowers' -We are findlnit It " <^h»'"cl> "o'lsto" that jH^^^ Mr. and Mrs. BarllTompson and | jfODERS ETIQITETTK tv DamaKe .Jlverage cost per .V^ar. Ford 510.00; Chfe^i*- •O.; ^Ie *:«f Chrittmas remembnmci'. harTenongh 'to 'collect from these 8fate>«,«lBed the scene .of his ^a^f&^ T;^!!!^.^!!!!^ ». ^ «"^^ ^ let .SI 0.00: Dodge. SU.^O; Bai^. .$18.50. _ ThU Is a practical age and,prac- nations when, with our help, they labors until his elevation to the MBKKM^^^^^^ er. Mrs. Jennie Tippie. ! — — ENDORSED BV FARM .MUTUAL FIRE COMPANY ' jtval gifts would seem to be th|e yron the war. What would they bisthQPrlc^ i^ Beck- ^BSfftK/Kme^^m iService at the .M. R. Church j Q . what should. a caller do APPROVED BY LEADING F4R.M t *i'Rl tCAllONS prrter of the day, especially ainong bavo said U) our ilemands for pay- 'Tlth Is the author of several pip- ^^i^ Sunda>; iiorning. Preaching at when a secoiid caller enters? .* .' - H : .^inlHlrs of the Mme. family. HiiVmeiik .lUeiiWlliot M ^NN I |«d round to«e« on ecdesfasHcal s.,i..- 'W . • «^ wirth u£e fS^i m"^* • anJ*'henTite" • O0R MOTTOV hands seem at last to have seeh iheyhaa Ibst the war? The answer i*"""- . Mj^'i-- 9H| ' Sunday Schorr at Church of f5od I Q " it gDod form to tilt the , ScrVlCe Satisf actlOtl SaffetV EconOlllV -1 the Irony of giving Molher frip-' to such nuestions will make an , = gt . - ICT at'ft :45. Preaclilng at U. Preach-; .soup plate for the last .spoonful? ' "^t^* > '^<»"»A <1Y\ V !. per^ to wear on Sundays so lofaK interesting chapter in the book we The Senate sedms to Have for- fm WtKk ' inp uRain at T:/«). Kverybody wel- j A. iXo: it is ill-bred. , State Farm Miityal Automobile Insurance to. V« r :! ^J^. lyt, 10 Wnd ^orer tl,* wash- are -planOing to write .aome. tln^ gotteu fo,r the time . being Ig. .Sp. .^ BT cC 'hes' L^^^^^ I' Bloomln^ton. lUil^is f«b on .Mondays, with the restilt on the sHbjM: "What WatlWJla^ aiie^^^^ constUuUon It -.'H At aboni u oolock Wednes .lay j corfido.^ o^ ^^^mimmm mmL ' ^ * ffaat washing machlQes, Tacuum Happened'I' U' Wliat Old Hnppeii. wi ilch. provides that Senators must tJ^^ .* ' , ' iuJB night Mdrris Kosenbaugh discoT -j A. Never: one should pas.<< i . ^^BrS B BSif<L ^Mfc ><4. ililMlS JB iiieain^^, leje ^trlc Irons and the' Hadn 't Ila'tuB^Sd." bci M ^ted bjf. the pMple..-"By the ,^^HrT L > ^i-^I his foana was on fire. He' through the corridors as noiseless- 1 MMMM W MBBM ^^B. J M^ T MrMBi ' - ftke ire tlnalng themselves., figur- ' " - --^ ^ people, by and withIfie advice and V ^IB' /°i I'*''h''^"^^ ^ i - T ^Urelyatleast wrap|.ed in tissue Central African tribe has a ^"^^^ Sfenaie." seems HHBp ^ ^ « . hrsciws out!" tW.tTtI.e"SS i -Extr. tar^ hnndl '^of clean • t-PCtfl" .4ffcnt-. . - .^thran. Ka««l8 I, _ Ijaper, lied with scarlet fJbbone. . , „ - be the present construction. . ^^•^B£'«< ^ Mjv tents, inciliidlng hay. grain, farm i newspapers. lOe. at Register offlc*. -- - : • — .iiiH andihahg <Mi the lighted tree. .JT M^ L wS .^T ™ ====== ^ ^^^HBli^ V 0--P^' '"'nlemenia «mi .>i.,h> .m... w ^l ; - • : . : . • .^ - . -. . j! CloUilngstoresireport large sales !r * ^^^^^ Is a ^^•^•K^;^'' #^>'t* completely destroyed. The lola! , . , ; . _ ; ^ * . 4f hhrlstnMis,. present sultB. rob-4 H"';*^ ^^K^P J^^J (l^^s &r"t' ^^'iS""''. W ' ^ ,^0^ ^ • if 1 •M •• i . .! „ oulred to 'stand on one leg and . • ... ^^^^^^Kk-l^K •j2 ^K^i?t'fiK was here In just- a few minutes. W • ^^^r^^^ w netktlefi, hpslery -tod the like. The ^j;.^^^^^ K but the blrn was burned before its W ^ • - ^- I furniture, •totes «re selllhg the r^^,."^^^^^^ Chamber of ll^^g JM^j^*^ !arrival, irhe loss is e .mimated at A; , ^BrTSSSF^f^SK^^- A kind of ichBlrs, "Fither" has al- "''^^'^ jj*** l^*** Commerce luncheon for f^ • J ^' about »3.000. ' 4.^^^ ^•^•Sl^^^B—- ^ :ways wanted bW ;irVer has feu '"''^ Tl..TT!!l !^OK^^^ Miss Agnes iDnvis. (top». 24- The TiaWnt. •URht X XkS:^H9Ba^^^& jL -hi K ...i iw «„iJ ,1 i„ gress Of the United States What a ——vear-old l.vric soprano of Den- is progrefeslnK nicely.. The com- M • {[^••••••"•••'•^^MF ^'^^Mf-^ n M - •- M 9.i.le to,,Duy. ^ooclM and dP- ^ J 1 ^ • j Wilbrfr W mlttee on costumes met at the T ^•ilfitt ^^Br ='^^B->;^tfiHi^ - partment stores, .china and hard- ""'^ ""IV^^^ Standards a' 't"^' " ,„' ' '"^^^^ .hurch Wednnstlny with the Lad- flP #5WPi^W=^Bi^5^S^ W - ware'stores; all report Bales B I O U K I " prinUftg Mill . . Wa.hlngton has hit upon a pro...ss;. H M- I OW . 2t basB-barl. -^^ 'fWlKfl^^^^lfifJBS^V^ ^ Btmllar llaes of combined luxury, ' ' . = which will make money w.-.-ir lont.- lone of West 'hiliulelphla Pa ,„„,ps. .Ws. Dodd. chairman of ^ \|BPBBMM^PWi TOjH" =7— «||^. .'heattty and utility. . Ft. Scott Trlbane (Dec. 16)|: er. U Is not the wcarlUK but the . are winners in the inals of • , - ^.''si- ^^^P .! • -. %)U IB all U.e gi.d-, aa the. Coplea .f y.«.>tor>f.o««Km ^ laaUag ^ual.tles ofmouey that In- " 1: .fr::a ^^^es ?t^ r^:/ i «rn &ii1t.*ee *t d ^-^SS ' .. - .^^^ ^ A - saylnggoes. Early shopping to it sacs of three Kaasaa datlles whltii terest most of us. WKAF T^^^^^^^ i'*"'"''- HoHon Is at the head .A , J'^^ f^lfT "1^ 1^ TIIP^ TT^ * " greater extent perhaps t ^an eVer have ctnne to (his d:iak contain 1~== finalists from various district .H |J '>e mu.sc iwd has a good,choir UM| iM • l^t I • M tiK - before, mc»r^ sensible . sJelectloAs. stories about Llhdbergh being loa A SocW^^^ of (lie county- and each recelv- > w«h whlc|i to. work._ The pageant W ' • B J • j ^ • M-m^t <^k. ^ •gifts that arc for use aiid not over. Mexico, Out of respect to the qovernment shottld. se.v to It sr^^^^^^^^ «f ^^1 iLnT charact °ets ^^^^^^^^ M • i"^^ *T ^ "T^ V * mercdy for amusement. <^d one the wives .ind children of the pub that, an old car can be exchanged '^"Jrvalon" r^^^^^^ A ^> iik '^T^^ M'^ I '•^''m.TV?! it^ ll!^ A \0r the beauties of It is lhat lola Mshers we withhold names. for a new one without any boot. ,{o„ . Mary, - motjhcr of .lesiis, and four' Imfl I Wk lHh^^ .Merchants h ,ve provided^ stoqk^lL.^^,^!,^,,,,^,,^^ ,-.....^„4....^^ \ ^gn '^Vi ^g llglla^ f £5 JWX W X JDI 1^ Xf O t »at .seem to fit exaclly t ^he popu-Ir i ^ ^ . ol r ^ / ,^ s L .r Z^M tv.^ ,C Tu^-^^ "'^ Iciln SnH ^°M^s EdS I ' -1 » lar demand and enable tile people , " t B T I :? afti/ .. •'= / VOO MEAM^MOv/t THAT , Hiis.seil is very much! pleased with A TH 1 ' IT flL ii;Ithlh this trade territory to set j ^\ 1 "t I Mte CALLIKl -TH, Y BED—MtS, B O T TH , the pt -ogr ^ss being niade ^ Hll'^nj^'t* K/U«TVr I H'lVlll^Wr "Vfhat they want when they Want W --lo^ c'" -/ CRAME. -V NHATS UV.-TER»0R MOTlVie IS \ d,....^;. ai^ ' a m I i yiHg~l Oi ft 1V I J IIAHIV A ' ' W€¥ --I -V A MO>JC -THAT /ITS-Too CLOSET© Hie HrSl IE^^H B S A # ' - A •rftl4'#»oV»<P ' i ^Boston hotels are "doing all they ' " i *• *-f - 1^ CA'SmNJCx ? >/MACHlVie. VOO1 KMOW - J I jlO(fcStiigifSl*!rg !rti^ iT \ Xm, |/1JIVV V'* M can ,o ^tscourage thelr^ guests •' 1^ ' ^^^-^^ ^du'RE KloT AULOVMC-O ( W ' — ^.i^^-** — IP * - er.:somehoV. of .old story ( 'K v I «oO,T SUPPOSE. JTH AT y -V-^/J-WBSfeSStsS^^ Jjk A # iJ^P Jt ./ aBotit the man who ordered baked ^ | c -\) .XA , AV -SO APPUe-E. TO^^ ' ' ' '- ^ ''^ -' ' ^ M -J^Mi'^^ ^ ^ ^ li ^ns in a Boston restaurant and I / ' f'' " c U _^1-AVIM' OOVAJM /^T^^^ li**arto»l^ ItW T V m^ijimm: ' .^M AT FACTORY • - wis chargetl what he iLhought an :^ /' -) ^ \>V jjf^^^ J^^""^'^^^^'/^^^^ "P'^'jBrj^; E. JTadlsoiu Ffr*t | I ' ^^^^^^T I iP 1*1? Pwtr^Reous price. He paid ,the bllli 1 v ^N / ." J >r-sj /S .' ^^"^^C: ' C fcldphBltf »oori Efcst of '' \ M L^JW • iSerelr remarking. "Ifs^ a hell oH Vo\\ 1^ " - P^? % Pc/^^ ' Kot>o'. BW.r Stota. s t >lH «t>,|a g ^ . -JL. .^S^ 3 <iprJce for baked bean8 .p And T^-^V r~%\V^WHf' ^feP) /-J ^^X W -i ^- • • : " i-i . . Wi ;^ , e >er7 time he could reacl, a tele- V I y-.T&^fr<^iXim,W^ T rjT* • l^'- • >^:i«^ » ^ # ; t£.r^::LS.4i.rf^il^KlMi^ «Klf ^ —'• f : ^IfimS vmtUBl f : country, he wired back to the Bofi- . j kb-^.- trmA WSSs^^^^t/'^—'^m jK^^Mit ill \ ^|U[^"i \vf " -li =J=^ss =^a «a »=Me Ai JL & %^ W .^/ffj/WM/W^y 9 j^. ton restaiurant: "It's a hell of a i ^D II T H—^'^•""l ^S H B ^ ^ M 'tmi^^Mklll / \»^^^BivJi ^/A. (H B I rini * T ' ^^B* the prlcfcpI ;a«>rt<>B.4 »alisJ beans. ({^S^afet. ^ J^^H T H^^ f ^ ^J ^^^^^^O ^^'^SsL.n? I V^^^^^^^^^K ^Lj Jk K»mUm»,.'pk^UmhU,iypLC^ • '^mtt --^ body ey?r be^rd of until today, la m- VmU± Wt • ^^^'^ ^---^^ \>fi>^^-J^-^': ^VBH^SiF A MMODuVm II K O K OI* - . : Ji^common use from Maine to j " , M T'I J I^/^ M t ' T™«3B!& ^.•""^ff^'* ^.^^ / W< ]#xlco tomotrpw? Right now' T ^^^L f <^ I m^^jSm • 210-212 N. 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