Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 24, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 24, 1933
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lOLA, KANSAS 'frr 1 I Mr. andj Mrs. D. E. Dean arrived • - last night Ifrom Milo, Mo., to spend a few days witli Mr._Dean's-father, • H. J. Dean, and other relatives. • —Maude McKinney — Insurance, Public Stenographer, and Notarj' Public. Phone 757. . Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Smith and • Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Leffler and 'th«ir children^ Miss Betty and Billie 'Visited Sunday-afternoon with Mr. : and Mrs. Roy Snavely, who live ^southwest of town. WHEN YOU BUV that new spring rug or,mattress call at 202 S. Jefferson for the best dollar for dollar values in Ida. We will save yea money on .every_ djme that you spend! W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 • Wendell Forrest and ^. his niece, |Nancy Barnes of Kan-sasCity were Buests -Sunday of Mr. Forrest's parents. Judge and Mrs. F. R. Forrest. —\yaUar's Palace Drug Store is prepared to compound any prescription formerly on the files of the Evans or Francis Drug Store. Miss Doris Bauer' returned last night from a week-end visit with 'Miss Geneva Car.son, who resides 1 {near Gas City. " ' ' _. DRY CLEANING SPECIAL! Any Suit, Ladies' Coat, I Overcoat or Dress Cleaned and Pre.s.scd Mr. and Mrs. L F. Benjamin had as their guests Monday afternoon Mrs. Merritt Hiner. Mrs. Guy Trimmel, and Mrs. Fred Simons of Garnett. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office Over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Miss Florence Grecian, Wichita, former cashier for the local J. C. Penney company, uncferwejifc a serious operation last Tuesday at the' hospital in Simpson, according to word received here today. THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 24. 1933. C. A. Deating of Ottawa was a guest Sunday of his daughter, Mrs. M. J. Klein and her family. -^A: R . Chambers, M . P. Office Mlttelbach BIdg. Pho. 303. Res. 377. Mrs. D. B. Kennedy is quite ill at the home of her daughter. Mrs. H. W. Ukena. ATTENTION! I wish by this means to request all persons owing the late Dr. P. S. Mitchell to call and niake payment at his former office, l»,i N. Jeff.. lola. ARTHUR ?L. MIDDLETON Administrator PRESIDENT-ELECT INSPECTS MUSCLE SHOALS - .•55c Wi' Guarantee Our Work R(fgardle.s.s of Price lOLA LAUNDRY Phone 102 ^ Meek 's POLLY ANN CAFE invites Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Bowlus and their daughter Miss Marvel to be its guests at dinner tomorrow. Miss Vesta Lacey, lola junior college student, returned Sunday evening from Moran where she visited her parents, Mr. and \ Mrs. A. E. Lacey'oyer the week-end. —Phone 410, Cory's Taxi. Day or Nisht, for prompt delivery or taxi senice. Miss Reita Sherrill. who lives south of town, was a week-end guest of Juanita Taylor. FREE SHORTCAKES This Week Only! With each purchase of one pound :of Fairmont's Frozen Fruit At your favorite Gnxcr Mrs. O. B. Foley, who has been I quite ill the past week at the'home ; of her daughter "Mrs. E. J. Hiilbrantt i is reported a little improved today. —Having purchased the Prcscrip: tion Drug Stock and Files of the i Evans and Francis Drug Store we ' are prepared to compound any: of j their 34.000 prescriptions. Wallar's Palace Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Aried Punkhouser and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mittelbach ! returned last night from a two-day jstay in Kansas City. Miss. Mabel. English spent Sunday T Mr. and Mrs. Glen Edwards and with Miss Dorothy Adams, who re- ] their daughter -Carolyn visited Sun,sides west of towni i day with Mr. Edwards's.parents, Mr. — I and Mrs. A. W. Edwards, in Moran. Mr. and Mrs. George Sevems and Ruben Culbertson of Garnett were ^guests Sunday afternoon^ of their brother Harry Culbcrtso^ and his family. . ' ' -;-Over 2000 yards of New Spring Silks. • Plaids, Floral Prints and plain colors, priced to $1.95 a yard, Jor 97c a yard. Flat Crepes in over , 20 new colors .specially priced at 67c a yard. Ramsays. : lOLA CA.SH & CARRY OIL CO. : We Carry Only ; : First Grade Products Ilico Gasoline l.'i.G : : ' Standard Gasoline — 12 .G All Products Guaranteed E. P. SLACK, Mgr. ;i : At Olberdlng's Garape : Phone 458 SELF SERVICE GROCERY ': \ Lettuce, solid crisp Keafls, 2 for 15c i Celery, large crisp stocks 12c : j Turnips, new, sweet, bunch 5c : I Beets, new, bunch 5c : j Bananas, nice yellow fruit, 5 lb. 25c : I Oranges, Florida. 7 lbs. 2.5c Potatoes, Idaho Russets, peck. .21c Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kohler who . live southwest of Moran. visited Monday afternoon with-Mrs. Koh-. ler's sister, Mrs. J. L. Parkhurst and her family. . Teachers' Examination. : —win be held in the County Superintendent's office January 27 .niid -28, beginning at 8 a. m. Fee, $1.00.— Dollie V. Adams, Co. Supt. Miss Fern Klein of Ottawa was a week-end guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Klein. Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed • 35c ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Mrs. Jim Hutchl.son returned Mon• (Iny afternoon to her home In Gar? nett after attending the funeral of .her sister, Mrs. Minnie H-err. Notice of Primary Election. — To the voters of the City of • Tola, Kansas, and School District /number ten; 'i'ou are hereby noti- ' ' fled that a Primary Election will be held in the Cltv of Tola. Kansas, on r -the 14th day of March.'1933. for the ; purpose o'f nominating the following iofficial.'ij One Candidate for Commissioner • of Finance and Revenue. •- One Candidate lor Treasurer • of - 'Board of Education. Three Candidates for Member of Board of Education. T. E. SHANAHAN. ;. _;City Clerk. ii. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Litta-ell and ^•i their- son Joseph Jr.^returned Sun? day evening from a'week-end visit I with relatives in Ottawa. \ \ Mr. and Mrs. J.iS; Henry spent ^llio week-end at I^itt.sburg as guests :' of Mr. Tina ^rs'- Harold Morgan. NOTICE! New Bus Schedule between Tola and Fort Scott Leave Tola— 8 :!;0 a. m. 1:10 p.m. Bus leaving Tola 8:50 a. m. makes connections for K. C. arriving there at 1:07 p. m. SOUTHERN KANSAS STAGE LINES Kolley -Hotel. Agent Phone 75 Prank Ridgway returned Saturday aftenioon to his home in Emporia after an overnight visit with i Mr. and Mrs. A. C. West and Mr. \ and Mrs. Mclvin Burns. ' Miss Dorothy Sloan, who attends the lola junior college, spent the week-end with her-parents, Mr. and 1 Mrs. V. J. Sloan, in Moran. —Radios, standard makes, new and-used. Terms. Trade. Curtis'. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Olberding and ! their daughter Patricia spent Sun! day at El Dorado, the guests of Mr. , Olberdlng's brother, J. M. Olberding j and his family. - TYPEWRITERS For Sale, Rent, Trade Ribbons Carbon Paper High Quality—Right Price Mimeograph and Multl.stampStencils ' Mlmcbgrnph Paper Ink Transfer Files Letter Piles Manila Folders . Card Files Adding Machine Paper WILLIAMS, TYPEWRITER CO. 113 West Madi-son Phone 485 Mi-s- George Jauss and her daugh-, tcr Thais Anita, who have been guests of Mrs. Jauss's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D- Bennett, left Sunday afternoon for Humboldt for a i visit with other relatives before re! turning to their home in phanute. , Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hair attended an American Legion and Auxiliary meeting last night at Hiimboldt. —A sincere invitation is extended to those: who mav desire advance mortuaryl information. Sleeper Mortuary. • \ Mr. and Mrs. Lynn and their son of Savonburg are visiting Mrs. Lynn's brother, Chester Miller. —To serve faithfully is our aim. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. "John Boomgaarn visited Saturday afternoon, with Mrs. Boonig.aarn's parents', Mr. and Mrs. Henry'Whistler in Burlington. :^ Mr.-and Mrs. O. E. Stpcker returned Monday afternoon to their home in Kansas City after a weekend visit with Mrs. Stocker's sister, Mrs. Stella McDaniel. and her niece. Miss Julia McDaniel. BRAKES RUINED Winter brings an added strain on the brakes—more stopping, more jamming on the brake pedal. Have your brakes tested, adjusted, or relined today. Be Sure! Be Safe! SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ray and their son Kenneth Lee of Paola were week-end guests of Mrs. Ray's sister. Mrs. T. N. Goes and her family. Card of Thanks. —We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the many friends and neighbors' for their kindness and sympathy, also the beautiful floral offerings, during sickness and'death -of our wife and mother and grandmother.— H. J. Dean, Mr. M. A. Dean. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dean. Mr. and Mrs. S. J; Dean. Mr: and Mrs. Geo. E. Wills. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Robinson. Mrs.: Fred Cornell, who has been confined to her home the past wefek, was able to be out j-esterday for thie first time since her Illness. PUBLIC AUCTION THURSDAY, 1:30 P. »L .Six rooms household goods at 224 North Chestnut,; including Edison and one Silvertone phonographs with records. C. S. Bishop, Auctioneer Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mosher returned Sunday evening from a short visit with Mrs. Mosher's sister, Mrs. H. A. Rogers and her family, in Chanute.; Their daughter Miss Dorothy Mosher. who accompanied them there, remained for a longer stay. Photo shows President- elect ana his party at Muscle Slioals, .Ala., where the future president inspected the large dam and power development. Mr. Roosevelt's par:y, compased of Senators Geo. Norris. Kenneth McKellar and Clarence Dill; Gov. B. M. Miller, of Alabama: Gov. Hill McAlister of Tennessee: and Mrs. Curtis Dall the daughter of Mr. Roosevelt, are shown grouped around automobile. i . . ' ! MRS. H. j; DEAN. Ida iEmma Loveland, daughter of Harriet and Seymour Loveland, was born near Cleveland, Ohio. June 30, 1855. and passed away at her home, 224 N. Chestnut. lola, January 19. 1933. at the age of 77 years. 6 months and 1.9 days. She was united in maiTiage to Hillary J. Dean.. November 12, ,1871. There were eight children born to this union: Men-ell. Aaron and Nellie of lola: Delbert of Milo. Mo., and Seymour of Seminole, bkla. Etta. Hubert, and an infant daughter preceded herein death. • | She came to Kansas Februarj' 24, 1904, and has been a Resident of this state since, making her home in Tola nearly 17 years. She was a membei of the Christian church at Malone. near Green Valley. 111. She leaves to mourn her passing, her hu.sband. five children, four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, one brother and four sisters in Ohio..' Funeral services were held at the home, the Rev. W. P. 'Wharton conducting the services. The ladies who sang were Mrs. J. O. Myers and Mrs. Vinetta Sherrill. interment was ! in the Mount Hope cemetery at i Humboldt. " _\ I • -5 BOSTON RACKETEER IS SLAIN. : PAGE THREE; • PIONEER BANKER DIES AT 39 Gec^rge Griffith a Banker in Law- i rence in .QuantreH's Raid. Los Angeles, Jan. 24. (AP)'— •George W. E. Griffith. 99, a banker ,ln LawTence. Kas., when i thaf^ city was sacked by Quantrell's raiders during the Civil war, died here last Sunday. i ; He was the founder of two sout|i- em California banks, and retired from business only a year: ago. He came to California In a covered wagon, subdivided the Los Ati- .geles suburb of Highland Park, aiid founded the First National bank of "i South Pasadena ln^_1904; and ttie Highland in 1906. Both Institutions are now branches Of the Secretarj'-First National banK. He was the author of a 'book •'^iy Ninety-six Years in the Great West." i •Lincoln. Neb.-^Do you have any spiders-to spare? I ; If you do. Professor C. C. Collins can put them to work for| the University of Nebraska astronomy department, j He says the webs are ased Inside telescopes to facilitate medsurement of distances between stars.; Ray Drake spent the week-end with his family in Yates Center. Mr. apd Mrs. Jim Blxler, who were called here about a month ago by the critical illness and death of Mrs. Blxler's mother Mrs. John Boling, left this morning for their home In Walsh, Colo. —For majl subscriptions'or want ads for the Kansas City Star call H. J.: Henderson. Phone 1161. Glendora Fullei* left Saturday night for Hominy, Okla., where she will make her' home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fuller. Mr. Fuller- is operating a cafe in Hominy. Miss porothy Hillbrant was reported today by her sister Mrs Everett Howell to be slowly improving following a serious operation in St. John's hospital a week ago Sunday. and Mi-s. .Alan McFadden. who have been guests of Mrs. Mc- F^den's parents Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McDonald, will leave Wednesday for Chanute for a two-day visit with Mr. McFadderi's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ward. They will return jto lola for a long-, er visit before going to their home, In Washington, Mo. WHAT RAILTOAD OPERATES y ^'^f AT THE HIGHEST ALTITUDE /!i-. ^yO^^y^ WHAT NATION HAS THE MOST CITIES OVER A MILLION IN POPULATION ? i HOWlMANY VOTES IN THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE? (Answers will be found on Page 5) Mrs. Edith -Wiley leftjthis morning for Chllllcothe, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Onie ] Finley announce the birth this morning bf- an, 8-pouna son whom they have nanjed Gerald Earl. Mrs. Miami W. A. Samuel left Sunday for Okla., called by the illness of her sLster Mrs. Dora Edwards. Mrs. Frederick Bergniann returned Sunday night from Legionville where she substituted as supervisor at the Preventorium Saturday and Sunday during the absence of, Juanita Woodbum. FLORIDA BOOMER AFOUL LAW. Real Estate Developer Charged With Gambling Money of Others. . Miami, Fla.. Jan., 24 (AP)—F. A. Bennett, boom-time developer of a subdivision near Daytona Beach, was held in jail today at the direction of United States Judge Halstead L. Ritter, while attorneys Investigated his assertion that .he gambled away $90,000 lent him for investment purposes. Bennett was paroled Nov. 6. 1930. from the federal penitentiary where he was serving a' five-year sentence for using the mails to defraud and was brought before Judge Ritter for a hearing on whether the , parole should be revoked. Two elderly sisters, Julia and Emma Bressmer of Springfield, 111., told federal ofBclals they advanced Bennett $90,000 on his promise to invest it for them. "King" Solomon Refuses to Name Assailant With Dying Breath. Boston. Jan. 24. (AP)—Charles "King" Solomon. Boston night club ^ proprietor who was recently Indict- 1 ed by a federal grand jury In New i 'Vork ill connection with a 14 million ! 'dollar rum smuggling conspiracy, was brought into the city haspital early today fatally wounded. A taxi driver found him lying on the sidewalk outside a night club in which Solomon had a part interest. Tliere were bullet wounds in his abdomen, head and neck. "The dirty rat got me." was Solomon's only statement to police before he died. NEW! fOt HALITOSIS MOUTH-WASH CAKGLE at HALF the usual price of other quality -Antiseptics-;.. TRIAL SIZE (A «.vAiuEi |0^ DRY GOODS CO. iOLA'S POPULAifl STORE LOOK! LATE WINTER DRESSES Vz ice! 35 Late .^yinter on Sale t Half Pri( (lis week at One- i e. $3.95 Dresies Now |i. Make Your Selections Early. $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 $6.38 $5.95 Dresse.s Now Ij-. $7.95 Dresses Now $12.75. Dressks-. Now . . •i •, CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St.—Phone 775 Our Special This Week Only - Any Garment Cleaned and Pressed •43c- 2 Garments, 80c E. E- HaiTison returned yesterday afternoon fi'onv Kansas City where lie pui'cliased new spring footwear for the Harrison Bootery. Mrs. Har- rl.son. who has been visiting the past ton days,with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Duncan and Mrs. Sarah Doggett in Kansas City, accompanied him home. Mrs. Harrison Ls a daughter of Mrs. Doggett and Ls a, sister of Mr.s. Duncan. ^or Throats o''^ I yicKS WMEOICATEO COUGH DROP ... Ingredients of Vicks VappRub in Candy form L. ; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Van Scoyc and • their son Charles ofEmporia were quests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. jvji .v. Mr. Van Scoyc is the manager of the J. C;. Penney store in Emporia. LIQUip-TABLETS-SALVE Insupaiiee |f you will take 666;£iqaid or Tab- tels and place .666 Salve in nostrils every morning until March 1, 1933, ibid you get sick during the time, your Druggist will return your mon- ^ Send us' your TestlmoniaL Dry Cleaning ecial! Any Suit, Ladies' Coat, Overcoat or Dress Cleaned and' Pressed— We Guarantee Our Work Regardless of Price. ^ PRY CLEANING ^ ^ PRY CLEANING ^ PLEASING PARTICULAR PEOPLE PHONE 102- I0LA.KAN5AS • 102 E. JACKSON 'T ^O TELL you that Chesterfield is the A only good cigarette ... that the makers of Chesterfield Cigarettes are the orjly ones \vho can buy good tobaccos and manufacture cigarettes scientifically . . . would be nothing short of foolish. For all tobacco is sold in open auctions —where anyone can buy if he will pay the price.Eyen the m on which different cigarettes are made are alike. This much, however, is true: By using the right kinds of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos in just the right proportions ... by blending and cross-blending them together in the most careful way ... we make Chesterfield what smokers say it is ... a cigarette that's milder, that tastes better. Just try them. Chesterfield Radio Program — Every night except Sunday, Columbia coast-to-coast Network. © 193}. LiccBiT & Mmj TOBACCO CO iieia THEY'RE MILDER - THEY TASTE BETTER

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