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TOLA, KANSAS THE lOLA DAIiy REGISTER. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25. 1933. PAGE THRE^ Mrs. li. L. Barnes %'isited Monday with'Mr. Barnes in Chanute. Mr. aijd Mrs. Paul Reed left Tuesday jor Topeka and Burlington on business. They will return this evening, j i —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office -over Brown's Dnig Store. X-ray equipped; Phone 149. Miss Vivian Riggs returned Monday from a Week-end visit with Miss Cecelia Koppers in Humboldt. Mrs. M. C. Gillon of Oswego is XTsiting her sister. Mrs. ;Ella Mitchem, her :nlece, Mrs. A. Z. Groves, and her iiephew, Wilbur Mitchem. WHEN YOU BUY -that new spring rug or mattress call at 202 S. Jefferson for the best dollar for dollai: values in lola. We mill sa\"e yon money on every dime that yon spend! W. H. WOOD FINE FX'RNITUEE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Mr. and Mrs. George "Every and their daughter Rosalie of Chanute were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fawks. i, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fr>- and their daughter-. Shirley spent Saturday -and Sunday wjtli Miiss Dolores Fr>-. 'a .sludeiit nurse at' the Research liospital, and •other relatives in Kansas City. Miss Dolores Pr>- is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fr\-. AUTO TOPS AUTO GLAS.S Furniture and Automobile ; Ui)holstering. CariJcts and Rubber Mats. , Under Mats for Warmth. • HEIGEtE'.S Harnps.s jand Auto Top Shop 201 South St.—Phone 59 Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Shelly spent Sunday with friends In Emporia. Ira McGlnnis and C. M. Epperson were in Kansas City yesterday on' business. • —Dr. W. P. Hull, Osteopath and Diagnostician. Phone 120. George V. Yoimg, proprietor of the Self 8er\'ice grocery, who has been ill with sciatic rheumatism the past three weeks, is a U^tle Improved, Mrs. Young said today. The Rev. and Mrs. [A. E. Ixjwer, en route from Wlhfield to Cincln- SECRETARY'S SNAPSHOTS SHOW HOOVER AS FISHERMAN nati, Ohio, stopped in ning for an overnight and Mrs. A. H. Davis. lola last eve- Ivisit with Mr. Mcek's POLLY ANN CAFE Here you find distinctive environment, wonderful food, excellent • service, and a most reasonable price— 25c and 35c Miss Wanda . Winters and Miss Irene Corr returned Sunday evening, from a week-end visit with Miss Winters's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Winters, in Savonburg. Mr. and Mrs. William. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and their children of Elsmore were guests Tuesday of Mrs. Roy John­ son's' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nelson. PUBLIC AUCTION THURSDAY, 1:30 P. M. Si.\ rooms household roods at 221 North Chestnut, Includlns: Fdi.son and one Silvertone phonographs with records. C. S. Bishop, Auctioneer EASTIOLA AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS The worries of war debts and econoipic problems were forgotten by President Hoover during the liapp.v. active days lie spent fishing off the Florida coast. And' these pictures taken by Lawrence Ricliey. one of tlic White House secretaries, show cleariy and intimately how the chief executive enjoyed his vacation. At left, on the deck of the Sequoia, he proudly exhibits one Of the five large sail fish he caught: and at the right he grins delightedly as he begins a battle with another big one. Mrs. Helmcr Slielihe and her dauahtcr iMAry Louise. , and Mi.s.s . Grace WiLson were . in Chanute ^ Tuesday on bu.siness. Mrs. Paul ROwdcn returned Sunday to her liome in Colorado Springs. Colo., after attending the funeral of her fatiier-in-iaw. J. M. Rowden. - FR.ANK SEZ: Our sharpening service is complete—Plows. Discs, and Cultivators. Repairing of all kinds of Farm Machiner>'. Frank; ILawycr's Repair Shop Bla^cksmithing. Welding. , Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 -Miss Adplainc Rcld. a student at live Kansas state college in Man- Jiattan. \^-ill arrive FrWay to spend the niid-seme.ster vaca"tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ecid. Mrs. P. -C. Irwin and her daughter Miss Juli,a. left Monday for Kansas City where Mrs. Irwin will enter the Resesrcli hospital for cxamina- . tion. —Radios, .standard tnakes. new and uscdj Terms. Trade. Curtis'. "Air. .inii iMrs. Carl N. Fj-oeman and theii* children visited .Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Her- schc! Ewingi in Chanute. Mrs. A. W. Young and Mrs. Ruth Cottrell visited yesterday ,with friends in Pittsburg. Mrs. Henry Aspoas. who has been the guest of her mother Mrs. Effle Cook, and of her brother E. B. Cook and his family. left, yesterday for her home in Sullivan, Mo. . Any Dress, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed •3Sc- Lct us Clean and Repair ail tliose old garments now! SPOTLESS CLEANERS Phone 797 111 W. Madison SUPER SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR General Repair I Oilini; and Grcasine Car Washing General Tires and Repair SHELLY MOTOR CO. = 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 . -Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bacon had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leslie BQcon and their children of Moran. F. E. Bacon i.s a nephew of Mr. and'-Mi-s. Leslie Bacoh. • W. T.-i'Barnett. one of lola's well known Civil war veterans, is reported to be critically ill at his-home. ,506 North street. He is suffering from piicumohia. FREE SHORTCAKES This Week Only'. ^Vitb each purchase of one ^>ound of Fairmont's 5 Frozen Fruit .\t' your, favorite Grocer / ,.Mi.ss Mildred Nelson, Mrs. B. H. Davis, and; Charles Nelson returned yesterda.y from Sedan where . they , have been visiting friends the past Xew da.vs. Miss Nelson took an examination in beauty culture last Thursday and Friday in Wicliita. • '.. ; . ' • : Mrs. Anna Howe, of Monroe City. Mo., is -here for an extended visit with hc^ mother, Mrs. S. E. Reimert. 223 South State. Mrs. Reimert has beeti inirather poor health the past w^k but is sbmcwhat improved at • tills tinve. MONT McKINNEY GROCERY and M.'VRKET - - Radislies, 2 bunches 5c : Mango: Peppers. 3 for ..10c Leaf Lettuce. 2 lbs 15c Carroll, per bunch 5c Vegetable Soup, bunch 5c Cauliflower, small white, lb 15c Spinach, 3 lbs 25c Turnips. 7'lb.s, .MOc Squash.' per lb Ic . Oarlic' per lb .25c Fresh Eggs. 3 doz. :.... .25c . 3 to 5' lb. Ham Ends for Boiling, per pound. 6c and 8c Fat Dvicks^rdcr one' for Sunday ; FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 The following, relatives have re- ,i,unied to their respective homes • after attending tlw funeral of Mrs. •L. L. P6nslor: Mr. and Mrk Allen ' Parker of Clifton: E. R. Ponslcr. MattituGk. Long ,Island. New York; TVlr.- and Mrs, RJ L . Ponsler, Cisco, Texas; -land Mr,' and Mrs. Fi'ank Robinson and.thfclr daughters Misses Mary and Graie of Springfield, MP- I Miss Maxine Melton, stenographer for the Sifers Candy company, is confined to her home by illness. Miss Ruth Clark of Chanute underwent a major operation this morning at St; John's hospital, Mrs. J. H. Burger, Mrs. C. E. Pennington, and Mrs. W. H. Wood attended a meeting of the Twentieth Centurj- club today at the home of iMrs. Ralph Barker in LaHarpe. NOTICE! New Bus Schedule ; between lola and Fort Scott Leave loLi—8:50 a.m. 1:10 p.m. J. W, Gish is reported to be critically ill at his home. W. H. Achter spent the week-end in Kansas City. S. A. Howard is seriously ill at his home. —The Waugh Funeral Home worthy of your ti-ust. Walter Amdt was in Topeka, Lawrence, and Paola yesterday on business. I . B. E. Thompson, local Missouri Pacific agent, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. L. W. Thompson, in Topeka. ATTENTION FARMERS! To introduce oiir new disc rolling machine we .will sharpen Disc Harrows for the special reduced price of —20c per Disc— for 16" or less, until February 15. c. c, MCCARTY & SON 301 South St. P.^ne 216 : Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson, who reside east of LaHarpe, visited yesterday iwith Mr. Anderson's sister, Mrs. |s. A. Howard and her family. J. M. Kelly, assistant superintendent of the: Missouri Pacific of Wichita was in town yesterday on business. PERMANENTS —S1.95, S2.98. S5.00— Including shampoo & finger wave. JYedric Vita Tonic Ultra Violet Ray Scalp Treatments for reconditioning the hair. Catherine Ann Qeauty Shop 17••^ W. Mad.HPhone 494 Bus leaving lola 8:50 a. m. makes connections for K. C, arriving there at |1:07 p. m, SOUTHERN KAN^SAS STAGE LINES Kclley Hotel. Agent Phone 75 Miss Miriam Clark will leave Friday for Manhattan where she will attend the second semester at the Kansas State college. Mrs. Anna Patten will return tonight from Gardner where she has spent the past few days with her , daughter. ' —Phone 72 for prompt ambulance •service. Sleeper Mortuary. Mr. and Mra. Emmett LaMunyon and their daughter Dorothy, en • route from their home in California •to Mildred, stopped in.lola yester- iday for a brief visit with Mr. and •Mrs. H. C. LaMunyon. H. C. La- I Munyon is a nephew of Mr. and 'Mrs, Emmett LaMunyon. It is no price war with US. We brought prices down in lola and WE are going to KEEP THEM DOWN. So stand by us, we will stand bv you. A fair price MUST t)e charged to turn out High Quality Work. Our Price on Suits. Dresses. Coats. •43c- 2 Garments, 80c CUT RATE CLE.ANERS 109 West St. Phone 775 Captain Burr Gonley, of the Na- Itional Military Home. Leavenworth, accompanied by his wife and by his son Wilder is in lola today maKirig arrangements for the funeral of his mother who.se death was reported in another place in this paper. Captain Conley has been quartermaster at the Soldiers home for the past eleven years. Under a new arrangement made recently he is now designated as supply officer, in which capacity he is virtually business manager of the home. He will be eligible for retirement. In eleven more years and he declares that when he is free once more he will return to lola to resiune his residence here. "I have been away from lola a good many (years," he said, "but no other place has ever seen^ed like home to me and I shall be glad 'to get back to .stay." Miss Edna Thornton of Kirkwood, Mo., who has been seriously ill with pneiunonia the past six weeks at a hospital in St. Louis, Mo., is imr proved sufficiently to sit up a while each day, according to her father W. A. Thornton. Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed • 35c. ABLESON CLEA.N'ERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Mrs. A. A. Rasmussen and Miss Margaret Roberts made a business trip to Kansas City Tuesday. E. I. Sifers and his son Churchill returned Sunday night from Kansas City where they spent the weekend with Mr. Sifers's father-in-law and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shelton. Mrs. Sifers and her daughter Elizabeth Ann, who accompanied them there, remained for a longer visit. Mrs. J. S. Turner, proprietress of the Turner. Millinery, was able to be at her store today after being' confined to her home by illness the past eight weeks. Although Mrs. Turner is feeling much improved she will not be at the store regularly for a few days. A. W. ANDERSON GROCERY & MARKET Comer Second and Lincoln Phone 292— ^Wc Deliver Quick Quaker Oats, large15c Flour, 48 pounds ;.63c Flour. 24 pounds J.35c Soap Chips, large pkg ..15c Bran Flakes, 3 boxes ...25c Bulk Macaroni. 3 pounds . .19c Lard, 6 pounds 25c Bacon Squares, per pound 1c Oranges. 1 doz.. Juicy ... ... 15c Sugar. 10 pounds 45c Tomatoes. 3 cans No. 2 19c Yesterday a man had the shade trees in his yard banded, and this morning when he toold a look he discovered a ntmiber of moths sticking to the tanglefoot. iThat shows just how close we are to spring, and and is a reminder that thej only sure way to protect trees from the ravages of insects is to band them early—which seems to be right noT^'. STAR DISTRICT (Mrs. S, M, Dickersdn.) Jan. 24.—Clem Kivctt was a pleasant caller^ at W. M. Varner's Thursday afternoon. The following were in attendance at a birthday party for Allen Curtis Friday evening: Prof, and yrs. is! Carrol of Geneva, .Mr. and Mrs. John Oliver, Feme Irwin. Mrs. Grace Irwih and Merle, Misses Bessie Mabie. Gladys Pierson, Mamie Tippen, Elsie Smeltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Laymon. Paul Pearson, Will Tipple, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith and son. Will Bedenbender, Clifton Dickerson, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Curtis and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Dickerson. Guessing games and play^ were provided and at a late hour a lunch of cake, sandwiches and cocoa was served. Mrs. T. R. Curtis made the birthday cake which was very pretty with its decoration of lighted candles. It was : j past midnight when the guests left ' wishing Allen many happy returns. At a meeting of the 4-H club fair .in Garnett it was voted to throw competition to its premiums open to.; 4-H club workers outside the county. Our 4-H club members who comprised the winning stock judging team at the fair last fall will have their expenses paid to the 4-H club roundup at Manhattan this spring. Howard Belvoir, Marguerite Beard and Ralph Smith were on the winning team and are enthusiastic members.of Lucky Star 4-H club. It was with sorrow and regret we learned of the death of a loved friend, Mrs. Emma Denney Knowlton at the home of her daiighter; Mrs: L. L. Dillon in Portland, Ore., on Monday, January 16. 1933. "The funeral was held In Geneva and; interijient made in the well tended ' God's acre beside her husband and two daughters who preceded her in : death. Tlie only son. Frank Knowl- , ton. came with the body of his j mother and will remain a week or ten days before returning to his, family In Portland, Ore. The .sor- ! rowing ones have the heartfelt sym-. pathy of ail who know them. i Mrs. Leona Beard spent Friday! evening at the John Mosing home' Willie M1.SS Marguerite attended the I basketball game. I Messrs. and Me.sdames C. L. and . S. M. Dickerson, W. M. Vamer, Er- i nle Denney, and Mrs. Anna Simpson ; drove to Geneva Sunday t6 attend the funeral of the late Mrs. Charles L. Knowlton. P. S. Denney and Prank Knowlton called at W. M. Varner's Satur- '' day. Mr.'and. Mrs. JT. P. Alvis, Miss' Ethel Alvis, Dale ;and Yvonne Dan- | iels of Yates Cehter were visitors' at the 'V. J. Preston home Sundav. • V. J. Preston and W. M. Vamer spent the day Tuesday in Topeka on ijusiness and pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Emle Denney and • children and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gil- ; liland were dinner guests at the \ Herman McDown home Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Simpson and ) sons ate Sunday dinner at the home ; of Mrs. Anna Simpson. i The condition of Mr. Albei-t Rose \ remains about the same. i Lee Norman is t>oarding at the! C. L. Dickerson home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd- Walters and ' children •visited at E. A. Powell's Sunday. Miss Hazel Lockart, Willard Lockart, Roy Shapel and Mrs. Simpson and Grant Simpson were at llic C. O. Rose home Sunday evening and helped Mrs. Rose celebrate her birthday. ELM CREEK j Jan. 22—Mr. and Mrs. Jes.s Helde-! week ago is much improved. (By J. P. BELL) Miss Evelyn Chilcote spent Sat- tirday with' her aunt, Mrs. Charles Chilcote, 3 li; North street. Mrs. Marj- Bradley, 424 South Fourth, who fell sometime ago and broke her arm remains about the same. Mrs. ^lice Cole and daughters, Bonnie and Betty, have moved from 233 South Tennessee to 709 East Spruce. The Y. W. Circle of Trinity mst Friday evening with. Mrs. Hazel Bremer. A picnic supper was ser\'ed. Mrs. Bremer led the devotionals. Mrs. Lyle Hamilton,, president, led the lesson and presided over the business meeting. Members present were Misses Nellie Thompson, j Mildred Mark. Ruby Titus, Aleene Moore, Mae Kunkleinan, . Evelyn Quick, Edith Kunkleman, and Mesdames Hazel Moore. Ethel Hamilton, Irene Porter, W. E. Van Patr ten.: Martha Middleton and Cleta Baker. Miss Evelyn Chilcote was a dinner guest Tuesday of Miss Louise Brilton. 423 South Colbom. Harold West is quite ill. at his hdme. 435 South ^Fourth, of the quinsy. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Denver, arrived Tuesday evening to visit Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George'Smith. 415 South Fourth. Charles Madison. Wichita, returned to his home Sunday after i visiting his brother, G. A. Madison • and^ family, 630 Soutli Third. Mont Riley spent Monday evening with Earnest Foster, 509 South. Second. . Richard Brown v,as an all night guest Sunday of Aubrey Leslie, 434 South Fourth. Mrs. J. C. Baker spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. F. H. Johnson and family, 201 North Second. Bert Robinson and son have moved froiri 327 South Tennessee to a suburban home ea.st of town. Lee Bacon, Moran, visited Sunday afternoon witli Miss Mabel Peres. 425 South Second. G. A. Madison who was injured when a hor.se kicked him about a to be with his grandfather. Charles Ware, who Is seriously ill, Mrs, M. R. Bishop, Miss Dorothy Wilson and I Lorraine , Slack spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Baker jand daughter, Dorotha, o02 South Third. Rev. and ;Mrs. Hood and family have moved from LaHarpe to 701 South Sycamore. Mrs. Walter Thornton visited Mr. and Mrs. H.-irold West and .son, 435 South Fourth. Norman Smith. 412 South Kentucky, is seriously ill of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, north of Gas City', visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Madison and family, j630 South Third. Charles W'lson. 426 South Third, motored to Chanute, Sunday to visit his brother, W. T. 'Wilson, and Mrs.. Wilsoni A nice crowd of church people gathered at]the Home of Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Gordon, 502 North Ohio, last Friday; night for a surprise prayer meeting, it being Mr. Gordon's birthday anniversary. There were 24 pedpie present and all seemed to , enjoy themselves fine. Here is wishing him many more happy retunis of his birthday, and all the happiness and success for the coming years for both of-these aged people! Was it a surprise? Well, yes! Miss. Edna Briner. and Mr. Frank Gamble spent Saturday evening with Mr. arid Mrs. J. P. Bell, 22 South Kentucky. Mrs. B. F: Clayton. 215 South Fourth, called on Mrs. J. P. Bell, who is ill, Simday afternoon. C. T. Harriis. LaHarpe, was a business visitor in lola Monday afternoon. An item in ia recent Register spoke of such inclement weather in Colorado and now comes a letter from California to relatives here in which WHAT IS THE SOUTHERN MOST POINT OF CANADA? IS LAK3EC- M0NT1?EAL0R I MEXICO GrTV {•'• 9 WHERE DOES HE PKIDE? • (Answers will be found on Page 4) it Is stated,that the worst storm ever Icnown there was raging,; A hard wind and rain in torrents: It became so dark lights were switched on so the people could be able to slec at all. I Art Howey, 16 South, Kentucky, made a biisiness trip to Fort Stott Monday afternoon. Mrs. Nellie Casen, who is employed in the home of; Mrs. Van Hoozer on South Walnut, Is recovering from an injury to her arm and shoiilder which she received In a fall several days ago at the Van Hoozer home. Tlllis Dalton is employed In ;the Croucher barber shop; as assistant. Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred : Kesstegcr spent Monday evening with Mr. Jind Mrs. A. H. sninn, 302 Sduth Third. brant and daughter Wilma visited at J. S. Ovei'myer's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. .'Vrcliie Smith family moved out of our neigh'oor- hootl last week. Tiiey now live on the hill by the Country Club. Mrs. Tom Baker, called Sunday at tiic J. S. Overmeyer home. Willard Crowell called on F. E. Provanclia Monday.; Mr. and Mrs. ; J. S. Reed were callers at J. S. Ovcrmyer's Sunday. E. C. Cannon was a business caller at tile F. E. Provanclia home last Monday afternoon. Mrs. Maggie Airs and Mrs. Harn,Hamilton called on J. S. Overmyer's Friday afternoon, j Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Sherrill and son Max's'icnt Sunday at the John Shonill home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shenill and babies spent Suijday at Floyd Sherrill's. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Runner and family moved on the Starks farm last week. Wash Barker wa.s a caller at tlip Jim Rile.v. Elmer Provancha and F. E. Provancha homes Monday, afternoon.. i Mr. and Mi-s^B. H. Lamons and j daughter. Guynith. and Mr. and , and! Mrs. Frank Logsdon spent Sunday Vicks Makes Special Ciffer To Every Antiseptic User '. \ Makes Possible, At Small Cost, Test of the New Vicks Mouthwash and Cargle—For Halitosis, Oral Hygiene and Other Antiseptic Uses evening with' Mr. and Mrs. Walter: , _ , . . . „ , Caldwell and son Joe, 630 South' Local Druggists Ua\c Limited Supply of a Special Trial Size—A 25c Value for Only 10c. Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Britton and family: Longton. and Mr. and Mrs.. Ira bozier. Chanute. were dinner suest.s Sunday of Mrs. F.H.'John­ son and family. 201 South Second, i users of mouth-washes, gargltfs, Mrs. John.son is the sister of Mrs. | ^^d antiseptic lotions can now save Bntton and Mr. Dozier. jmore than half the costs of this Mrs. Nina Richardson and Mi-s. modern daily necessity. This tre- W. E. Van Patten spent Monda.vi^g^^gy^ ^^^^^^ comes with the in-' afternoon with Mrs. Earl Moore. 620 South .Third. Miss Audrey Bean. 426' South Fourth, who iias been ill for .some time was able to return to school Wfdne.sdav. Miss Bean is a senior in high school. Richard Brown, Kenneth Baker, iind Aubrey Leslie were all night guests Saturday of Ren East, 515 South street. Flojd Kunklcmiiii and Art Mld- dloton motored to Kansas City on business Monday. production of the new Vicks Vora- tone Antiseptic—by the makers of Vicks VapoRub. That all antlsei)tic users may test tor themselves its quality—and its economy—the makers have supplied druggists with five million bottles of a special trial size at less than cost. This is a 25c value, but is priced at only 10c. while the supply Lists. Bom in a depression year, Vicks |Anti.septic.is priced accordingly. The regular size is a large 10-ouncc bot-^ tic—a /usual ! 75c value—priced at i who u.ses an antiseptic ;nouth-wash. made possible by record: low prices of raw materials—combined Witii Vicks mass production and worldwide distribution of quality products. I ' Mild Enough, Strong jEnougH Vicks Voratpne is a balanced antiseptic. Mild; enough tot use daily without risk to delicate membranes. Strong enough to do everything an oral antiseptic can and | .should do. Viclcs Chemists could produce nothing better.and they jsvere ajded by the chemists, pharmacologists, bacteriologists of their 16 allied organizations, here and abroad. Viclis Antiseptic is designed,' of course, for all the custoniary uses of an; oral a 'nti4eptic. The! most convincing evidence of its quality and savings is to get a trial .size of Vicks Voratone, ' and use tills generous quantity in ;the u.sual way. Your druggi-st hasiit. Get a Ijbttle today for each member of your family was '^^ii ^d^esda /l^ Sda"^! I ^'V 35c. This new low price level is!gargle or lotion: PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM EemoTci Dafidnifi'.Stopa Hair Failing bnparts Color and Beautr toCray and Fad«lHair 666 LIQUID-TABLETS-SALVE ; Insurance i If yon Willi take 666 Liquid or Tablets and place 666 Salve in nostrils every rooming until March 1, 1933.: and yon get sick during the time, your Druggist will return your nion- el. Send us your Testimonial. Ignition Points DEEP CUT PRICES Ford T Coll Points. Pr. ... .9c Ford A Ignition PoinU Pr. 32c Che\Tolet Ignition Points Pair 39c All other cars 50c ANDREWS & SON lola. U S. Wasihigton Chanute, 213 East Main RATES Effect\ e at once The Register is revising it's rates for Classified Advertising, when paid in Advance, to the following: , _ PER WORD 2C FOR 1 INSERTION ic PER WORD PER INSERTION When Ad Runs 3 or More Times .HINI.MU.M ORDER 25c i These rates are for caph in advance only with the exception of those who haVie regular charge accounts with The Register. 1 IF YOU WANT TO BUY! IF YOU WANT TO SELL! IF YOU WANT TO *SWAP' GET WHAT YOU WANT THROUGH

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