Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 26, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 26, 1933
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PAGE .TWO THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY"26, 1033. TOLA. KANSAS : I fSQClETY IN A LIBRARY. / By James Norman Hall. I Som^etlmes when I have read ai sor- l : did tale I • , Of our own,times; some storyj writ - i '; to show , How vile is humankind, how lecher•3' •" oas, low, : ' How worses than any vermin--past 1^- the pale Of help or hope ... all this In bleak [' I detaU, Page after page; I close the book •' and- go* In; thoa^t over the names of men I know: J AU kinds of men, both in and out of jail. • i , No vermin these, not one of them. Instead, ^ J Bli 'UEgllng preatures like myself I • nnd. i . Some £}re maipicd, it may be; some , ' are weak; i Some dwarfed, and twisted by the bitter wind Of ndyiT .s-e fate; but those of whom I've read ' " 1 never And, no matter where I seek. STILLMAN FACES NEW LOVE CHARGE -EDtcrtiUm Y. W. Cabinet ; The members < ipct of the lola] ;;qnt;crtnlncd Tuejsday night by :4jina Hess at 1 of thc> Y. W. I cab- junior college iwere Miss er home In Ijum- Hoiat. Besldp.s ojne guest. Miss Mofy ;.'5tJimldt, the ifollowlng meriibers were preseiit: Misses Alma Hujlson, ..rune Thompsoh, Helen Kerr, Ruth. ••Sheldon. Vli-glnia Finley and Crys•' t,al McNaUy. , •:• •> C'otintry Club Party The. rojiulnr. W-weekly Country ; Club party will bo held at thej club ; house tomorrow night at Uie usual : tilme with Mrs. Ina Powell as hostess chairman. Cards will begin at : uight and light refreshments will be , served. Thasc planning to ai;tend : arc requested to call Mi-s. Powell Im; mediately. <• •> NEWS OF MORAN Homes of Rneben Armstrong, A. C. • Weatherall, and E. E. Mlher Entered by Thieves. James A. StUlraan. retired banjcer, tms been suoimoned to- appear In court as a /esujt of a complaint brought in Brooklyn by Luc Rochefort of Montreal that the elderly banker alienated the affections of Mrs. aophefort. A justice is determining noW' whether there Is basis for the suit, v/hlch would seek $200.000 damages. Stillman, shown above with his former wife with whom he had several sensational legal battle.s prior t& her divorce and man-lago to Fowler McCormlck. through his al.torneys claiin/i the suit is merely a plot to obtain money from him. Rochefoi-t, twice unsiiccessful can- didcate for mayor of Montreal, is pictured at the right. SAlfrRDAY Last Chance to Get What You Want ! • _ FRA.VCIS DRUG STORE Mrs. Arch Young and daughters] Betty Lee, and Juahita, Mi-ss Helen Bronk, Mrs. Sarah A. Busley, Miss Pearl Neiipeyer. Miss Lucille Hag- limd. Mr. Ernest Hai-t, Mr. iand Mrs. Fred Daniels. ( •:• • • • I : fiftieth Wedding Anniversary ; Celebrated : Mr. and Mi-s. J. TJ Martin 307 ; HHorth Second, celebrated their 50th %)redding ianniver.sary 'yesterday at ' their hpme. They held open house •: llir friends in the afternoon and .•icrved a dinner last evening for ilieir children and their families. Thc^e present were: Mr. and Mrs. i -A. V. Martin and their chi dren : Miiry Alice and LawTencefMr and • iirs. F. H. Martin and theiB son junior. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Martin and their daughters Dorothy and Eleanor. Four daughters and one son were unable to be present at : the dinner. They reside ou; of town. I Mr. and Mrs. Martin were married in Winchester, Kentuck>-. Tla(;y have lived in lola 15, yeirs. ; I : OPEN EVENINGS - Two More Days! Friday and Saturday Everything ;i Price FRANCIS DRUG STORE , "• •i ' YoiUisr-Daniels ! Elmer Maiion Young of Chanutc i' and Afiss Thelma Lucille Daniels of LaHarpe were marriedj at 8 ojclock yesterday evening at the home of • -the bride's parents, Mr. and iMrs. Fred Daniels, in LaHaipc. Thelcere- mony was performed by tlje [Rev. J. W. Howorton. After a buffet •— luncheon, the couple left immediately for their new home on Mr. Young's farm near Chanute. Those attending the wedding were: R. O. Young. Lester Young, Mr. and :'• Airs. Harold Remsberg and diugh- ' -ter Beth. Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Dan' and daughter Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Howerton, Mr. and Mrs. Mark r' Gan-ett and son Mark Jr.. Mr and Minneapolis—The twinS had things all theU' own way at the home of Herbert and James Rotsch when •they celebrated their fourteenth birthday anniversary the other day. Fourteen paiiis of twins came to their party. Herbert and James are also twins; (Mrs. G. H. Ford.) ' MORAN, Jan. 24.—The following out of town relatives were here Sunday afternoon fbr the funeral.serv­ ices of BfiB. B. H. Rodenburg: Mr. and Mrs. Warren Weast, Parsonis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speigh and Harry Bradley, Oswego. . Mr. Prank Shoemaker who has been at Cherryvale the past several months spent the week-end, here with relatives and friends. Mr. Roy Martin and family were Sunday evening guests of Mr. Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs-. A. L. Martin. Mrs. Sophia Vamer and her son Charles Pet*inglll, lola, visited here Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ann Blakeley. Mrs. Roy Cook, Bronson, visited from Tuesday until Thursday here with her aunt. Mrs. A. C. Best who is not in her usual health at ttiis time. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gilmore spent Sunday in LaHarpe with Mrs. Gll- mor^'s father, F. N. Hartzog and Mrs. Hartzog. Mtr. Hartzog who has been ill was considerably Improved. Miss i>Gllie V. Adams, county superintendent of public schools, was here making an official visit Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Spurgus, Wichita, on a return business trip to Altamont, stopped here for a short visit Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Spurgus's brotifier. Cliff Laugh- Un and family. Mrs. Emma Keith was a dinner guest Sunday of her daughter. Mrs. • Carl Shively and family. I Mr. and Mrs. John KojJpers and \ their two little daughters, Constance I and Louise, visited Sunday in Humboldt with Mrs. Koppere's mother, Mi-a J. P. Plynn and other relatives. ^ Mr. and Mrs; Q. E. Lacey and their daughtei-s. Misses "Vesta and Emma Verle, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Laoey's mother, Mrs. Mary Lacey. ' Mrs. Harold "Vollars who visited; here last week at the home of her i father Mr. Walter Lam and Mrs. Lam, returned Buiiday to her home at Henryetta, Okla. Miss Eva Hurley, Kansas City, and ; Miss Vehna Shumard, Pittsburg, i spent the week-end here with Miss j Hurley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John I Hurley, and at. Colony with Miss i Shumard's parents and other relatives. Cliff Laughlin made a business trip to Altamont Tuesday accompanied by his father J; M. Mawhinney who will make a visit of several days, with relatives and, friends. Swan Johnson who had his tonsils removed at the U. S. Veterans hospital, Muskogee, Okla., last Wednesday morning, was able to return home today and is making a very satisfactory recovery, Mr. Johnson's general health has not been the best for some time and his friends now hope he will soon regamhis full strength. The homes of Rueben Armstrong. A. C. Weathprall, and E. E. Miner all south of town were entered Saturday afternoon during the absence of the families and were robbed of foods including meats, fruits, eggs, and other cooked foods. Sheriff Hurley was notified and has been working on the case since but no arrests have yet been made. Thieving of this type is becoming quite frequent in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lam were business visitors in lola Monday. Mrs. Leila Harper and Mr. and Mrs. Burney Harper, Kansas City, hpve been here since Saturday visiting their niece and cousins, Mrs. Ben Pennington and family. They visited Mi", and Mrs. Miles Templeman near LaHarpe also. They are returning home this evening. The R-ilston theater that has been closed the, few weeks is to be reopened Friday "and Saturday eve­ ning of this week for its regular programs. The regular price of admission has been reduced to 10 cents. The business men of the town i cooperated in making this possible and the movie fans can be entertained at home again. tic /SMird :A>'mg*ra»tr The "America System." This was a term used by Henry Clay in 1824, referring to his plan for protecting American industries by high duties on imports which would produce funds to be used for internal improvements. As distinguished from the idea of tariff for revenue only, this plan was discussed and criticized bj' President Polk in his annual message of December, 1848. Stafford—The fact he has only' one arm does not keep Bud Witt, southern Stafford county farmer from [doing work requiring a pair of good arms. He handles as many as >eight head of horses at one time, I and last fall shucked 1000 bushels I of corn; "dANIEL C. BANKS Daniel Calvin Banks was born in McDonald county. Mo., on December 22, 1857, and departed this life at his home in Anderson county. January 12, 1933, at the age of 75 years and 21 days. At the age of. 6 years lie canie with his father's family to Bourbon county. Kansas, later moving to Allen county, then to Colony, where he lived 10 years. Thirteen years ago he came to Lone Elm where he resided on his farm till death. He was'united ;n man-iage with Florence Tipple on Februai-j- 29, 1880. To this union were bom five clilldren: Mrs. Hallie Lockart, Mrs. Lillian Harbison, Mrs. Lena Moore, Ray Banks and Otis Banks, all of whom sur\-ive except Otis who died in infancy. He Is also survived by his wife. 15 grandchildi-cn and 3 great grandcliildren .i In 1901 he was converted and united with tlio Evangelical church at Salem, southeast of lola. After moving to Colony, Kas., he united with the M. E. church at tlmt place, and later transfeiTcd his membership to Lont- Elm. ; . Aside from his immediate family who mourn the loss of a loving hu.s- band and father he leaves a hpst [of friends. I The funeral services were con­ ducted by the Rev. Lane at the M. E. church in Lone Elm Saturday, at 2 o'cjodc^and the body was laid to rest in the Colony cemetery. The national Jewish welfare board has a membership of 300,000; WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WlTHOUt CALOMEL Aiid You'll Jump Out of Bed in ' the Morning Rarin' to Go it you feel sour »na sunk Lid the world looks punk, don't swallow ai lot of salL". minerm wuler, oil, la,\ativc caijdy or chrwint; Kum and expect llicm to mako you sudcjenly swi?et and buoyantand full of sunsliino. For th«fy can't do it. Tlu-y only movn thr boWcIs and a mm movinunt do.'ati't z\\. .-it , tht* caiisul Tbu ru;uon fur ytuir down-and-otii , fcciing isiyour liver. It sijculd pour'out tw-i po:tinds of liquid bile into your huwcti dail.s. .if this bill* ia not Ilowin;; fri'oly, your ft.t-j dQi'an*t dntcttt. It just di -i -;iyf^ in the bowt-h. Gas bloats up your sluiii:ich. You haw ;i Ihirk, bad \iinU' artfj >Hijr broutb IH f"ul, •skin often bri-uks out in itlt -mishcH. S'our head uciiuaand you fit-I down ;ind out. Your whcjU' oyatem is puisouid. It taken tliow Rocd. old CAHTKK'S UTTI.K LfVKIt ni .US to i:..t the«.! two pounds of bile llowini: frin-ly and niiilte >,iu ft'ol "up and up." Tlitv cnnluiti wc.nderlul, barmli-Ki,xentli! veo'ial,!,. .Airiiets, ani:./iTii; when it eomts to makini: U..' bile ilow (reely.. - nut don't .T <k for liver ()ill'*. .\ H!C f..r ('nrt(-r*'i I;ittli' l.iver, I'lil;.. l..n,k (..r ih.. u.uiM Carter',', Mill'. Liver "0 the red lal.. I. Ui.nent a Hubhlitute.-.l.'-.eal all .sloren. ^ ly.'U ('. ,M.C,,, OKLiMERCHANT LAUDS GLY-CAS E<fels Sure There Are Alaay People Thai Have Needed a Medicine XUte Gly-Cas for Years.! "Ab.solutcly everytliing : failed to give mo any relief at all until gan. taking this new Gly-Cas.' Mr. Bert JVIcAlister, 912 East 4th St:, Okmulgee, Okla., will known mer- I be- said RICHARDSON'S Clean-Sweep To Make Room for. Our New Sprine; Merchandise,, we place on sale ou rEntire Stock of Winter Merchandise. Come see the values. Read what a S will buy! A Good Broom Free With Everj' $2.00 Purchase One to a Customer. 1 Pound 50c Kapok for Pillows Special 29c t •I BIG MAC OVERAtLS Special Tomorrow! 89c All Wool Tarns, each .'?9c Yard wide Outinji.s, li^'ht and dark Per yard 6'/ic Special Saturday! Yard wide Prints, per yard J AViV Oilck)th, Second Grade 9cYard. 3-lb. SUtrhcd. Cotton Batts 23c Batt 2 to a CuHtomer SI.95 All Wool Sweaters SI.59 $2.39 Wool Skirts S1.98 RAIN COATS \ I Prepare for Special $1.69-51.00 i stormy weather. Panel LacK Pur- ^ Guaranteed for 1 Panel Lace Cur- , ^^.^^ 52 gg S3.98. All Seams Sewed and Cemented. tains 79c each. ! Yard-wide Light Outings 7'.c Yd. 9-4 Bleached Pep- pereU Sheeting 29c Yard Discount on all Gossard Corsets and Girdles A. C. A. Guaranteed Feather Ticking. 19c Yd. AU Wool Goods One-Ffalf Price CHILDREN'S COATS Good Heavy Warm Ones, Choice $2.98 SILK HOSE $1.35 Kant Run e Hose $1.19 S1.00 SUk Hos« 89o 690 SUk Hose S5c ^ These are All' Berkshire Silk ' Hose. J5 Per Cent Discount on Entire Line of Silks. 50c QUiit Batts Special 33c lb. O. N. T. Sewing Thread 300-yard spools Be Spool 25o Cretonnes Special 130 Yard ALL WINTER DRESSES HALF PRICE MK. BERT McALISTERJ chant of that city." I siiffered .dreadful with indigestion, everything, I ate .seemed to fonni gas, ^bloated so. didn't dare eat many foods for the pain it would cause me afterwards. But finally I began taking Gly-Cas, now before j completing the first full course aH that ! indigestion, bloating and gas has been entirely eliminated. Eal; any- tiiing I want and feel fma. Mjy wife liad been badly constipated aiid was , terribly nervous but Oly-Cas also gave her the same i-emarltatile results it gave me and we bbtp join in pralsmg this new meijical discov- erjf as the best 9f thein alL" , aiy -Cas is sold by Scarbi^rough Bros, Drug Co., lola, and by all leading: dr^ig stores in surrotoding towns. Ladies' \ Pajamas \ $1.25 Seller Special 89c Made <tf Fancy Outiiigs SAVE ON YOUR BLANKETS Large Size Double, Part Wool, Plaid, Sateen Boimd, Extra Special $1.98 Pair New Spring Dresses At prices you can own several for what you formerly paid for one." 20 Per Cent Discount on SUk Underwear. Bias Tape and Thread Polo Spring Coats Very new and moderately priced. Showing- the new sleeve and collars. 20 Per Cent Discount on SUk Underwear. 81x90 Pullman Sheets Special 69c Polo Spring Coats Very new and moderately priced. Showing- the new sleeve and collars. Sanitary Napkins 13c for Box of 13 81x90 Pullman Sheets Special 69c Polo Spring Coats Very new and moderately priced. Showing- the new sleeve and collars. 2 BIG TABLES FULL OF REMNANTS AT ONE-HALF PRICE WINTER COATS All of them must go at this new price. Ail our Betty Rose, all silk' lined and heavy furred §25.00 coat.s To them out Special $ia .O0 NEW SPRING HATS Now showing the new softies a:nd pie plAte styles in the new goXia, hyaicinth bine, blacks, greys, and ^ signal red. PRICED 1.88 to 5.( Now 8 SERVIGE-GIVING FEATURES! 1. Triple-slitched! 2. Improved shape rule-pocket! 3. Two breast-pockets! 4. Pencil arid match pocket I 5. Double ply suspenders! 6. Bar tacked and re-inforccd I 7. Extra deep liip pockets I 8. ^yide. heavy hammer loop I BOY'S SIZES 49c Talk About Luck/ I • Yoked Bloossser 8 • Bandcid Panties • Ve8tSr--'€feeflnl6e8i CHARIX)NIZE Rayon E.\ceedingly rare at AU The Girls Are Mad About "J .C.P." WORK SHIRTS A mighty low price for such a serviceable shirt 1 Durable blue chambray, remarkably well- made! Two button - through pockets! Doublq Back Double .Shoulders Double Wear! OX-HIDE Work Shirts strong Pine Blue Chambray. Month-End Remnants Boys' Coats $1.00 Boys' Knickers ...... 50c Boys'Suits ...... $2.00 Men's Unions ... 47c Boys' Caps 25c Boys' Overcoats ... $2.00 Dress Pants $1.00 Galoshes ... 25c Ladies' Gowns 25c Fast Color Prints..T'/zc 3 lb. Cotton Batts 25c Children's Raincoats $1.00 Children's Gowns ... 25c Girls'Skirts 50c Children's Rubbers .. 25c Children's Hose .... 10c BRIGHT SPRING • Novelty yarns and knits • New ncclc? • K'ew , sleeves • Stripes, yokes 8 to 16 yean Proof Again of Penney s Valne-Leadership! » 27 ® Yd. inches wide I W.-iriii, llcccy naiiiit! in fancy fjuittiriis! Ligljt aiiJdark backgrounds I JuatA\li.»l you want for nigluuear, skirts, c-tc. ; A Rainbow of COLOR! A WhWkumdMf VALUE! ^'Avenue*' Dress Prints! They're styled to the miniite—and clearly printed in the most exquisite color-combinations—fast, o( courfb! The finely-woven fabric is easy to work with—and so serviceable, too! Flordhl Stripes!, Dots! Checks! Plain Colors. Too! toe YARD

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