Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 28, 1927 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, December 28, 1927
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.i 'jS- •r-'l- --Wt. ^-r Itsaf: THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNgSPAY EVENING. QECEMBER 28, 1927: 1 DMtb of JeDDie S. Ward. Iss Jennie S. WArd, aged SO years, died at 9 o'clock last night at the familjr bome in LaHarpe. The (oneral serrice will ,be' held toinorrov afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Methodist church in iLaHarpe. conducted I by the Rev. Mr. Andrews. Iriterm^nt will in: made in ^Iden Valley cemetery. Mrs. W. A. AVoodrutr. who has been quite ill of the flu at her home 920 South Washington a%-e- nue nince.Monday, is reported better today. Roy Rush,: of Tulare. Calif., -who has beep here' visiting his grand- mothjer. fMra. Julia Fisher, and other relatives, left on the noon train today for his home. Everett Dennis, of Wichita, is TlBitlng his brother, Wilbur Bennis and family, of 607 South Jefferson -atenue. ; ,. i ^ Miss Verna Tippie, of Havana, ill., is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Nathan Beaty: and family.' Miss -Elizabeth Smith, who was badlyihjured In an automobile accident Christmas ; eve, having received many cuts and three brokc'ii ribs, is improving iand feels a great deal better today.' Service. Our gift to you with best wishes for the new year. • Curtis Fnrallnre Store, LaHanx*. ED HICKMAN IN BOYHOOD HOME "Mot-licr India.;' by Kathcrlne Mayo, author of "The Isles of • Fear," Is one of the new books now at the lola Public Library. The book reveals that one-sixth| of the world's, population lives! undor; appalling' physical and moral conditionfv ilcro for the first time is the truth about the sex life, child marrlBKes. hygU 'iiD. cruelty, rclif ;tous rdstonis. of India 's 350,000,000 people. Mrs. ^yillia'm Heylmun arrived ' last night from her hipme in DePue, 111., for a visit of a few days with her mother, Mrs. A. E. Russell, of " 209 East street and other relatives. Mrs. R. R. Drake, of 209 South Sycamore street, who h^ been .confined to her b"ed for jcbout two •veeiks,: was taken to the Johnson hospital in Chanute at noon today in the Sleeper ambulance where she will go through the clinic. Miss Hazel Drake, who Is here from Kansas City, accompanied her mother -to Chanute. * ' 'r - * \cw Year's Parties • » , • • • Depend upon us to refresh * " your wpMrips .ipparcl. ' * • PHON'E 105 • This picture taken, several years ago In Little Rock, Ark., sbows^ Edward Hickman,'lalleged kidnaper-slayer. In his boyhood home. To the left is his mother, and Sister Mary stands at the right. In the rear Is one of his former teachers, .Mrs. Mabel-Bright. ' Funenil of J. S. Wilson. The funeral services for James Saiidusky Wilson wlH be hold at 2 o 'cloQk tomorow afternoon at the First Methodi -st church. Burial: will take place in Highland cemetery. : —For Real Estate Loans see the Sernrity Itldi;. &• Xusin Association, lola, Ks. Office in First Natl. Bank. .ibteson; (lipauprs MIFK Eva P^arl Tavlor, daugh- itr. of -Mrp. .Mary Taylor, of 216 ' >:ast street, was among the graduates of the Coffeynille Business , college, receiving her diploma at the annual graduating exercises last.night. Miss Taylor has completed the secretarial course. In Memorj-. .;—In loving remembrance of our d<!ar father and hu.sband, who dr- pkrted this life December 28, I'p) Pear father how we miss you, .;We cannot tell in words; . Although we know you*r6 resting. And suffering no more. We long to hear your voicp. father. ' And see yonr smiling face: We shall.never forget .vonr kindness And ihosc kind words to us. Jbst one year apo you leff us But. O, w'c miss you so: Friends may think the wound has healed, But they little know the sorrow within our hearts concealed. In our home there is one missing. jThere is a vacant chair: ' phough we know you're resting, {^And waiting for us there. L' Sadly- missed byi his wife and fclldren". Mrs.'George Pettit. jMr. ailid .Mrs. John Hurloc-k and pildren, ClarabcUe and Lillian, of littsburg. spent Christmas with ir."!. Hurlpck's grandparents, Mr. 'lid Mrs; S. .V Howard, returning - pme yesterday. Mr. and Mris. _*rlbward also entertained oyer thrlstmas another grandchild. Mrs. tarry Mataey and her husband nd daughter. • • • F! L. B. LEATJiXL, M. D. > Special attention given Dis- * cases of Colon and Rectum. * Electro-Physiotherapy • Office 1"I« Stale Hank Bldg. "• • Phoiu-x 1 17 ;irid 70.' • #. , • • • ; As has .been tlicir (u-^toni l«r ^evcial weeks'past. K. yanliyning, manager of the Kelley Theatre, and C .eo. L. WllllamK, clrirulaUon liianagbr of the lola Dally Regis' ter will entertain one of the Farm €-lub8 of the county Saturday aft- «Tnoon at the matlnec' at the Kel- Iby and a trip through the Register newspaper Jplant. The members of the Gaj» City AVork-Away c3iA will be their guests Saturday. ."iThe members include: Alice Fern Lpurry,' Frelda Gurry^ James Ham-' , Jiiton, Dorothy'Hair, Clarine John- Ijion, Edward_Lance, Donald Mowr- ^<imt>r. lafayttte Lane, lya Mowrei^ 'Frances Sherwood, Guy .Clifford Blems, liola May Siaively, Esta [Switzer, (Mabel Swltzer. Frank Frase. Mafle Sellman, Helen-Sell- inan. Vera Sellman. Vera Ansel, iJefsie Belle AI)eh. Hazel Burton, Mrs. Geo. Sherwood, girls' leader, ^ind E. T. WHBon, leader of the An appropriation ordinance was passed and: ott^er. routine business .laken up at ypsterriay afternoon's meeting of the board of city comf missioncrs. • —Students can rent typewriters, any make; at reasonable rates, from •millams Typewriter Co., 113 West Madison, IoIa< Kans. Mr. and Mrs. James N. Lane, of McAllen.. Texas, are visiting in the home of iMrs. Lane's mother, Mrs; Bertha Wisner and family, near Carlyle. eMr. .\. D. Harford and daughl(>r. .Mrs. I »yan McDermand aiiid baby daughter, came :from Lyons, Kans., yesterday evening for a visit with their daughter and sis-ter,; Mrs. L. R. Varner. and family, at 61.5 Sotidi Washington.! i • ^ J . —Dr. Lucy E. Pulson, Chiropractor. Northrup Bld^. Phone 326. Ralph Purroll. wjio has bi-rn visiting his parrnts. Mr. arid Mrs. n. W. I'uriell. of Piiiua. will leave tonight on the Sunflower Special for St. LiMils whcri' he is employed by the Soutll«•e^l|^rn Bell Telephone rompany. Mrs. fi. F.' King, who has been visiting in the homes «( Mrs. P. P. Wise aiid.Mrs. Hi-ivy I'opo, of Gas. returned t(> l ;rr Ininn' in Cliannto today.. Miss V:r';-n:i V:iil )iiriiui :li and j ;\'!'-s iT.ii -.C <K -'t l ».iiis. «if Kansas Pitv. :in' uiU'sis <if Mi.s-^ Darlcne Canaispy. '(if ''(h K.-isi Jackson avenue. • . - IJobrrt Tromhdld. who is attending srhool at K. U.. 1;^ spcndins his vacaliou Iif-rc with his wife. —Tr^- our drive in battery aiid lire service during this cold weather. Bollinger Service ^tation. Mrs. Beulah K. Punic returned j this morning to Council Grove after spending theholidays with Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. : Funk and family • in Sterling Heights. I Mr. and Mrs. Fawn Wallls, ]of Sapulpa. Okla.. are visiting in t'he home of Mrs. Wallis's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Alexander, of 409 South iWashington avenue. We know Bakery Products are good, » But . Have; You Tried Ours? VAN HOOZERS. i Mifes Ruth Kunip.'^ookkeeper at the Shilly Motor cnmpany. has returned home from a ten days visit with her ^aren(s, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kump, of Ohcrlln. Kana. AVIIIIam Milne, nf Ponoa Cljv. who with his family i.s vlHit.Ing Ills tiHrents. .Mr. and .Mrs. T. A.'-Mllne. of. Wheeler Heighls. is ill of the fin. They had planned to r«-turn home yesterday h>it will not be able to go now f6r several days. —Dr. J. T. Ri>Id, Surgery and X-r,ay. Phone Z:>1. .Mr. and Mrs. G<'(ir;:<' Gross and son, Harold, of Oil Hill, spent Christmas with Mrf. Gregg's mofh- er. Mrs. Harrii'ft Cooksey. of 217, North Chestnut street. Mr. Grcpg went to Oil Hill Monday and Mrs. • Gregg anil Harold will remain un-i til after New Year's. The James Bnnlels FunrraL The body bf James Daniels will be taken to Lawrence tomorrow afternoon on the 1:37 Sapta Fe for burial. Mr. DanlcLs .died suddenly yesterday afternoon of heart trouble. —"Van'.s Bread." good as ever, Mr. and .Mrs. Laurence Berry and children. ArU-ne and Bobby, of Gridley. Kans., visited lola friends .Monday. .Mrs. Anna Cota and children, of 20."> Campbell street, were deltghicd' to hear over the telephone Christmas eve the voice of their son ^jHm 'brother. Laurie J. Cota, of New York City, whom they have not seen in six years. Laurie is employed as head room clerk in the Hotel Woodward, a.ith and -Broadway. New York Cit.v. A crowd of between •HiO and.500 persons were at the Missouri Pacific station Saturday night to welcome Santa Claus on the Sunflow-] er Spi'clal. Santa feave out toys to children' at tlio station during his ten-niinute stop here. I . -^-Siipor B Po>ver 4'> volt dry'cell in. Hattprij*'. «2.;7r,. S. .Malcom, 219 South strek-t.' j —Dr. Montgomery, Chlropractorj lola Laundry Bldg. Phone 138, .Mr. and .Mrs. Victor Mclntireand daughter. Maryhelle, who have been spending Clirisinias anil the" liollr days Willi Mrs. "Mclntlre's mother, Vri>. .M. E. Charles, of Lawrence. Kans.. returned home on the noon train toda.v.- Krnost i.Mcirris. the six-year-old piiii of Mr. and Mrs. .\. D. .Morris, of 1021 .\orth Jefferson avenue, is reported critically ill of pneumonia: i o. Cox. M . n Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose nn-l TIirn.-i't ^fr. and Mrs. W. .\ *'i;n>iison and son. Dewitt Simonson. of Wichita, spent Christmas in the home of his mother, and sister, Mrs. Nancy Simonson and, JVIrs. X 0. Major, 219 South Buckeye street.doming Saturday and retnm- ins home jesterUa.v. CONSTIPATION and Stomach Troubles This Is a condition that affects many people that would be healthy otherwise. This trouble may be caused by many different things. Catarrh is a ver>' frequent cause. During ihe last few years we have treated many cases of stomach trouble. Some were so sbvere that their cases were diagnosed as cancer. Many of these lacked the diagnostic symptoms of cancer but showed unmistakable signs of ul- ceratiori caused by Catarrh. Proper treatments relieved them. During the last few. years the Copclaud .'kledical Institute has produced new treatments that have oroven a boon to suffering humanity, and your trouble, nb. matter liow 'serious may be one that can be successfully relieved. ; • i . We now consider Diabetes. Prostatic Gland Troubles. Cattarrh Asthma. Rheumatism. Gall Stones Goitre. Blwd and many other diseases curable, j NEW CHLORINE GAS The wr .nder treatment for Catarrh. .Asthma, Dt -afness and Lung Trouble. CnnsuKniiiin, e.xaminathm and a trial trciitnifPt I FREE if you suffer from any chronic disease, deformity, hiddeh or doubt- tul ailment be sure to receive this examination. We will tell you youi trouble without asking a question - Our nou-sHigkal methods of treating Female Troubles. Appendicitis and many other troubles is one of our greatest achievements. Our e\|>ert diiignoslician will lie »t the PORTLAND HOTEL 10I,.\, KA3i8A.S Saturday, December 31 0.\E D.4Y OLY^ .111 .serrlee wUl l>e Free tills rlstt. Copeland Medical Institute iem E. '21sl Sii. Kansas Cltr. Ho I part bi I ing calrefully and the approacn OF THE DAY .Mrs. s-iriutid i by tlie Christmas ttee. Since ihave been removed so there will I 'be no }try. Ida Merrill Mffts with Str. Ions Arcldent. iierelrinl^ .SerloDs WoHnd<>. Mr. nounc^ • (.Mrs.G. 11. Fordi MO RAN, Dec. 27.—Mrs. Ida Merrill met with a very serious' accident last • Sunday night; when returning home from the qhurch services at the M. E. church and white crossing the street diagonally 'from the People's State bank to the Bellington Hardwai-e store she had jnst.^ si<epped from' behind the grrat Christmas tiee in the center of the street When she was struck by a motor car driven by Mr. Daiigherty and fell to the street, the car passing over botSi limbs, inflicting very serious and painful flesh Wounds and other injuries to the body, and only that the car was making the .turn and going very slowly is perhapo all that saved the accident being a fatal one. But while Mrs. Merrill Is seriously injured and is yet suffering greatly, it is* thought she will in time fully recover as. there are no broken [bones or other more alartning condition, all of which is good news to her many sympathizing friends. As far as can be learned there is .no blame on the PAGE THREE the d'riifer as he was dnv- ilenill was [Completely that tinie Uie lower liiiibs j of |ob- r^petition of this very regrettable accident. arid i-Mrs. Jim Smith an- rhe birth of a son Saturday ! morning at St. John's hospitaL The members of the Open Circle countir club enjoyed their regular meetii g Wednesday with Mesdames j Opal ' ..arue and Bessie Knapp as | hostes les at the I-arue,. home". Aj CTliristliiaa tree with the exchange j of gifts wan one of the; enJoyabIe.| features'. The following was the guest ftst: .Mesdames Ralph Larue,' Wheelf'r. .Miner. Nolen, Isaac, Tice,, . Ed an I Will .Wood • Yockum. Miller, 1 ..Teffer es. Cook. For*; Williams, Al- ' jdermijri. Perkins. Wright. Harley; and Curtis Robb, Singer. Twadell.i and Misses Medo|:a Wood, Vesta. _ Isaac. Elsie Wood.j A'erle Tlce. The i next neeting will! ije January H; at th' home of Jjirs. Clyde Cook.' At this meeting ivlll occur the electli n of officers during the busln .Miss Ix)UiK'e, Wood, a junior at' K. U. Mr; Utile ss hour. is at home for'the Christmas! Iholidjys: ; Mis ! ,Mabel Keith of ,St. Louis is ; spend ng the vacation 'season here jwith ler sIstA, .Mrs. W. J. Rum- jbel ai d other relatives. and Mi^s. Leslie Twadell-and daughicr Leonore spent Christmas at the Jhome of "Mrs. TwadelFs parents,y-afr. and »>lrs. Fred IMcCormack near Eureka, Kans. . , BlynjTl^ith and familv of nett "Were here over the weeki-ehd visiting relatives and friends and were dinnler guests, Christmas day of .Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith. Mrs. Malrtin Anderson and three children have been quite ill -with intestinal flu for the past several days. - A trained rturse is lii attendance and it is hoped they soon 'Will be rapidly improving. Little Marybeth Winslow was taken seriously 111 Friday- afternoon^ and showed but little improvement until the following day, but since thft. time she has improved ana i^ is now thought will soon be entirely recovered. • ilary- beih has had repeated attacks of Illness sincej babyhood ihatT }iave been the source of much uneasiness to |ier parents and ihelr friends and it is to be hoped, sfie will soon; be overcoming them as she grows older. Mr., and Mrs. Harry Hull of Kan- .sas City are\ here j visiting Mrs. Hull's mother, Mrs. Mary T. Lam* beth. other relatives and frfends over file holiday season. Pardon the late appearanoe of some of the items of this column, but other duties delayed our news gathering until nowl —DT. A; B,! New Globe Biag. Twadell. Osteogiath. Phone 191. GILA MONSTERX;0-EPS' MASCOT A Gila Monster Is the mascot aj Fresno, Calif., Tate college—nor.!do tjie co-eds shun the reptile: Mildfed Iteeder (above) is his chief attendant Tomorrow Morning Starts Radical ^iart Schaff ner arid Marx, Brand and Clothcraft Clothes at a m v: $27.5<^$3;5.00 VALUES NOW $32.50—$3;9.50 VALUES NOW $37.50—$35.00 VALUES NOW 1 .50 $47.5^ VAL $42.50^$39.50 $55.0|>—$50.00 OBIGINAL TAGS ON ALL MERCHANDISE i WEST SIDE SQUARE lOLA VALUES NOW VAUfES NOW •50 WE DO NOT MISINFORM OR MISREPRESENT We are reducing prices on the kind of clothes you really want It's tiihe to buy at a saving that means something. WEST SIDE SQUARE lOLA

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