Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 3, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, February 3, 1933
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TOLA. KANSAS • Mrs. G. N. iEnglish spent Wedne^- . day I in Chanute. • _ TJ H. McDoweU; who has becjn , seriously ill the past 'five months kt the JMcDowell home, is reported uiji- improved. Mrs. McDowell is reco' eririff from an attack of the flu. The Two FREE KoII-A-Tubs With the purchase of each Fault! leiss Electric Washer will be con tlnued as long as they last. Be! one ot our Satisfied Customer^ : Free Trial and Delivery W. U. WOOD FINE FURNITVRt ; 2C2 S. Jeff.—iPhone 190 Stanley Cummings arrived Tues- dayj evening from the University of Kansas for a visit with his mother . Mn^ J. A. Spangler and her fanillk' - ~NOW Open for biLslne .ss. East Side Cafe. Bill Murphcy and Dav Hart, Proiw. ' Mr. and Mrs. K. B, Kraus H]X}il Thursday at Will Hdman's home, of town. CHECK YOfU BATTERY • And you'll avoid being -stalled out in "no man's f: land" because of a dead battcrj'. , Ba(t«rie<i t^ested free of charge Low prices on new plates .SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 811 Mi-s. John Lamorcau and daugi tcr; Lolita, of Gas City, a; guests today lof^ Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Kraus and .other friends in town. —New "Bobbecte" wash frocks for j spring of gay prints, smart styles i that are different. Priced siJecially low at S1.95. The Style Shop. _ Mrs. EUi^ McKinney, who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Prank P^isk and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McKinney. returned Wednes-i day night to her home in Parsons.! Dr. Mlla Hayes Lee moved to 216 South Elm Thursday frpm her former residence 3Vi North Jefferson. —Chapel services with no .extra charge. Waugh Ftmeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Olberdlng went to Kinsley Thiu-sday to be week-end guests of Mr. Olberding's sister, Mrs. John Salm and Mr. Salm. You'll be particularly pleased with our Dirmer Menus 25c and 35c Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Telephone 790 M. C. Langloy, who has been ill with the fiu the past week. Is able to be up again and feeling much better. —NOW Open for business. Side Cafe. Bill Murphey and David Hart, ProiJS. Helen Kohler, who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kohler, will return Monday to Lawrence where she Ls an Instructor in the high school. George Roach of Lawrence will arrive this evening to be a weck-enid guest of Mrs. Ida R. Brown at the Palace hotel. PL.\TE GLASS We can save you boxing and freight charges on one or more plate next few days. SHANNON n.^RDWARE Phone 2 9 who 'Mrs. John Reutber, conllned t^ her home past two or three wedt4, be out again. —Amdt's Tip Shop. Phone 720. Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Wright entertained Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fieldeij, at dinner yesterday. —Just received another shipment of New Spring Hats lr( black and colors, turbans, pieplate?, and sailors, $1.95 and $2 .95. The {Style; Shop. John Kerschner of Mbr»n guest Thursday of his Mrs. T. A. Pudge and THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1933. has been JUness the ;,' Is able to was ft daughter her family. —Spring Hats, new shipes for less money. Edwards Milllneiy. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Patterson returned this morning to their home in 31ue Mound after an over-night visit with Mrs. Patterson 's mother Mrs. Jennie Moomey, anid her sister Mrs. Etta O'Connor. -Dr. H. L. La"cy, Dehtlst. Office over Brown's Drue Stiore. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Glen Cloud and Lawrcjncc Gdrden made a business trip to Kansas City Wednesday. - —NOW Open for Side Cafe. Bill Murphejf Hart, Props. Miss Dorothea Id.son, Okla., arrived for an extended visit Mrs. H. P. Skinner and witih Mrs. W. A. Samuel returned Wednesday evening from Miami, Okla., business. East and David McDoi-n of Dav- Wednesday her sister her family. where she was called about lil days ago by the illness of her sister Mrs. Dora Edwards, who is 1 now . mudi improved. Any Dress. Suit of Coat Cleaned and Pressed -35c- PAGE THREE OHIO FARMERS LIFT $350 MORTGAGE FOR $2.17 More, thai^ 3,000 farmers crowded about the farm home of Cecil Kestner near Deshler, O., of his implements and stock at "penny prices" that netted $2.17 to satisfy a $350 mortgage, them back to Keatner for 99 years at a penny a year. Note the sea of heads surrounding the farmers perched even In trees. Sunday School ...Lesson... JESUS CHOOSES THE TWELVE ATTENTION FARMERS! :] : To introduce our new disc rolling : I :'machine we will sliarpen Disc :l -: Harrows for the special reduced : j : price of —20c per Disc— : for 16" or until February 15. : C. C. McCARTV & SON : 301 South St. Phone 216 : Mr. and Mrs. Chcsley McConnell arrived Thursday afternoon from Chanute for an overnight visit with Mrs. McConnell's brother. Arthur Dugan, and Mrs, Diigan. t— Try the 10c loaf of Enncr Joe V Bread or the 5c loaf of Delicious Bread made of rich quality ingredients by lola Bakery. For .sale at your grocer. . Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Vaughn were in Chanute Tliursday afternoon on business. ' • Harold Gregor>- returned Tuesday night from a thriee-week visit witl\ relatives in Lawrence. A DtLIClbuS TREAT Serve Fairmont Ice Cream to delight young and old. Many Flavors. Order from your FAraMONT DEALER Miss Beulah Shockey will arrive Saturday from Stillwater, Okla.. for a week-end visit -with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant B. Shockey. —Amdt's Tip Shop. Phone 720. Mr. and Mrs. Pius Dm-bin had as their guests Wednesday Mrs.^arj- Beard of Ottawa and Mrs. B. M. Gregory of Sterling Heights. SELF SERVICE GROCERY Ketchup, Heinz, small size. 2 for 25c Large size. 2 for J... .35c Com, Libby's whole grain. No. 2 15c Com, Snider's Golden Bantam, No. 2 size 15c Applebutter, Libby's. quart Jars 19c Crisco, (Calie Tin Free). 3 lbs. . .53c Coffee, Chase & Sanborn, tJello Free). 1 lb 33c Mr. and Mrs. S. B.Fisk visited Wednesday evening with their daughter. Mrs. C. L. Willis, and Mr. Willis, in Yates Center. Mrs. S. E. Perkins of Moran was a dinner guest today of her daughter. Mrs. W. C. Wright and Mr. I Wright.' , Mr. and Mr.s. E. S. Rej-nolds will have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dugan of Ottawa, who will arrive Saturday evenins;. "FRANK SEZ": Until February 15 we will .sharpen your DLscs —20c each— New Plow Shares; Plow Pointing and Sharpening. Our Farm Repair Service is Complete. Frank Lawyer's Repair Shop Blacksmithing. Welding. Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 Mrs. C. B. Miller who;resides of town, left Thursday afternoon for City for a visit with her .sister Mrs. L. A. Lamon and her family. She will later go to Clarinda, Iowa, to bo the guest of her sister Mrs. Josephine Lindley and her family. Mrs. A. H. Ensmintjcr and her dauehtcr Wilma vi.sited Wednesday '• with Mrs. Ensminger's brother, O. D. McAlister of Horton, Mo., who underwent a major operation a wccki ago at the Mercy hos- I pital in Fo|rt Scott. They report I Mr. McAlister to be getting along I nicely. Dance! Dance! Dance! M. W. A. HALL : Satu^ay. February 4 Music by Rhythm Rollfckers . Admission 50c : Miss Adelaine Rejd and Miss Sal- 1 ly Shaffer, who have been guests of Miss Reid's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Reid. returned Monday to Manhattan j where they attend the Kansas state college, Mr. and.Mrs. Reid took them as far as Lawrence in their car. returning in the evening. —NOW,Open for business. East Side Cafe. Bill Murphcy and David Hart, ProiJS. Mr. and, Mrs. CD. Bruniell left today for Bristow. Okla.. where they will make their home. S2.50—PIANO TUNING—S2.50 For Limited Time Only. The lowest price for fine • tuning in history. Phone your orders in now to T. O. Canatsey. 1099 I $3.00 outside lola.) • MLss Evelyn Goddard left Tuesday for Fort Scott where she will lake a nurse's training course at the Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Culbertson are spending the week with Mrs. Culbertson's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Townsend, who live near Neosho Falls. ' Any Suit, Dress or Overcoat : : Cleaned and Pressed : KAISER'S SPY' KEEPS IN TOUCH -35c- : ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired The Rev. A. V. Rowland and Dewey Peck returned Monday to Coffey- vlUe where they are conducting re- %-ival meetings at the United Brethren church. Mrs. Dewey Peck, Mrs. A. V. Howland and her daughter Hope, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Melrose took theni to Coffeyville to the Howland car, returningInthe even- tog. ! Let us Clean and Repair all those^pld garments now! ; SPOTLESS CLEANERS Phone 797 111 W. Madison Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Siadwick returned Tuesday from .a week's visit with their daughter Mrs C. J. Ouart and her famll yin ShawTiee, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips were guests last evening of ^iss Gladys Chase. i —A Cemetery chapel jadds to the comfort of the "family. Sleeper Mortuary. I Mrs. A. R. Klnman of Gas City, H. A. McDown of Coloiiy, dnd Mr. and Mrs: H. F. Skinner returned Wednesday from Clii)ton, Okla., where they have been tl^e past week during 'the critical illness and death of their brother Dally McDown. —Dr. John L. Parkhilrst, Dentlsi, X-ray diagnosis. Mlttelbach Bldg. Phone 303. ! - Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Long, Miss Ida Bamhart and their ; guest Miss Jeanne McKulsslck of iKnox, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Wi B. McKinney spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Puckett. who live southeast of Humboldt. Mrs. Puckett^ Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McKinney. —Electric Radios arid Washing Machines. Standard makes. New and used. Terms. Ciutls Pumlture, 10 North Washington, j The jJimlor Educatorsj club met In the junior high school Wednesday for a short business meeting. Three speakers were on the program. Mrs. Hazel Maxson spoke on "Some trends of education \ here and abroad;" Mrs. Millie [Rhodes on "The need of economical universal education for all;" and [Miss Lucille Gard on "Some successful types of testing." I —Amdt's Tin Shop, 212 South St. Miss Elsie Mae Marshall, who accompanied the body of her father to lola for burial several daj-s ago, has returned to her home In Glendale, Calif. While hiere she visited her relatives Mr. and Mrs.] Barney McCabe in Carlyle, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Valentine. Mr. and i/irs. Joshua Valentine. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Bax-^ ley. Sam Baxley, Robert; Baxley, and Mrs. <3arJ Williamson and her son Walrus. " . i OFFICER TO GO TO BARRACKS. Former Lieutenant Convicted of Bank Robbery In Texas. Houston, Feb. 3. (AP)—Authority to convey Herbert C. Lichtenberger, former regular army lieutenant under three-year sentence for bank robberj', to the disciplinary barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kas.. was granted United States Marshal H. E. L. Toombs today by i the war department. The former officer, convicted by a court martial at San Antonio of the robbery of the Schertz State bank of SchertE, Texas, will be brought here Monday and transferred to the fort. Ordinarily; a prisoner of the war department is conveyed to the disciplinary barracks by an armed guard of soldiers but In this case, for an imdlsclosed reason, the authority was granted to Marshal Toombs. The Intematilanal Uniform Snn- dav Snhool Lessen for February 5. Text: Mark 3:7-19. BY WJL E. GILROY. D. D. Editor of The Congre^tionalist. In this outward fame of Jesus, the place that he has occupied in history Is shared by the twelve apostles, the men whom he drew from humble life and introduced into power and glory by sharing with them his mission and his purpose. One of the twelve, jt is true, proved to be a traitor, and probably in the minds of most of those who are responsive to the Clirlstian story the place of Judas Is occupied by the great figure who looms so large in the New Testament, Paul of Tarsus. Of the twelve men who came into the Inner circle of the Master's counsels and ministry of redemption comparatively, little Is knoWn. Some of them are for us little more than names, although others stand very boldly and clearly portrayed In their chief traits of character, scarce as are the details of tlielr full life history. . Impulsive Peter stands before us as a figure of flesh and blood^ a strange being In the blending of courage and fear, of bold adventuring and gloomy dlsheartenmcnt. James and John are forever characterized in the name that Jesus bestowed upon them, "Boanerges, the-sons of thunder." We fall to understand the Master If we do not appreciate In him and In his teachings the element of humor, as well as deep moral and spiritual Intensity. This element of humor comes out in various of his parables in which the contrast was made very striking, and it was apparently in this spirit that he bestowed the nickname, "Boanerges," upon these fiery men, inspired with the Intensity of ambition through their mother's zeal, and conceiving of the work In which they Were engaged as one of glory for them and for' their Master rather than as a great task of love. It was James and John who, when Jesus was dlscourteotisly received In a village, wanted him to call down fire from, Heaven and consume the villagers: Jesus reminded them that they did not know what spirit they were of, and it is the most notable evidence that the Gospel did finally lay hold of the souls of these men with all its strength and fullness that they came to perceive that love and devotion were the supreme things In the world. FORD BODIES START COJONG. Strike Dimculties At Brings Plant Fading Away. With the rest of the world wondering whether ex-Kalser Wilhelm will return to Germany, now th;, Hitler is in the saddle, there Is one man in Berlin who may definitely know. He is Major Freiherr von Sell, above. Wilhelm's personal "political agent," who keeps In telephotilc touch with the former emperor. Antl-monarchlsts call -Von SeU "the kaiser's spy." Detroit. Feb. 3. (AP)— Aut5 >mobUe bodies in Increasing nuihl)ers are being trucked from the Brlggs Man- ufactiuing company! plants ito the Ford motor compam-'s Dearborn plant and Indications today were that assembly lines In the Ford plants would be moving again early next week, probably MondayJ One himdred tool and die makers, were recalled last night by the Ford company, and it was Indicated that employes would be moving back In small nimjbers during the remainder of the week, as the various departments opened up. \ Briggs officials said that approximately 4,000 men were working in their plants. Some 6,000 were at work when the strike began the first of last week, forcing a shut down of Ford plants four days lajter'be- cause of shortage of bodies. It Is a great mistake to think of Jesus as an unconventional teacher concerned only about speaking his message and with no interest In organization. As a matter of fact. It would appear that one of the great secrets of his power lay In the organization of his mlniJstry in the way in which he chose the twelve and sent them forth, and later an- pointed seventy others to go, two by two. into the various villages proclaiming the Gospel. •What was distinctive In Jesus was that zeal for organization never weakened the emphasis upon truth and life. Tl)e nature of the organization was a fellowship of faith, and the bond that held these early disciples together In the work that they had to do was the bond of intense devotion to the cause in which Jesus had enlisted them. It would be well today if we could learn from Jesus In these things. If all our religious orginlzations coidd be dominated wlth-zeal Jor the Master, and zeal for the Master could at the same time find Its most effective means of attalnlni? Its end through organization and expression. and forced auction rhen they "rented" iie auctioneer,;and "THANKS FOR THE RIPE GAS CITY EVENTS Fifty-Seven QnUts on Display at Exhibition Hdd by Mrs. Flora Rlcketts on Tuesday. GAS Ciry. Jan. 31.— Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Glffln. of Greeley, Kas.. were all night guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Russell. Miss LiUy Morgan and Lionel Morgan visited Sunday evening at the home of Miss Kathryn Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. LesUe Beedtog and daughter. Arvada, spent Monday night it the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Lowman, north of Tola. Mrs. A; T. Cundy and son John Joseph visited the Gas City school Monday. George Wilson and family have moved Into the Leavell property north of the Sunflower hatchery. Mrs. Perry Abbott of East Lawn visited Monday and Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Bnmdage and family. Mrs. W. E. Van Patten, Mrs. Nina Richardson, Mrs. Sherman Dickerson, Mrs. Bert Damltz, and Mrs. Carrie Wright were dinner guests Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Flora Rlcketts. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rus.sell went to Rockford Valley Sunday to attend the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. R.:M. Culbertson. Fifty-seven quilts were on display at the quilt exhibition which was heldTuesday at the home of Mrs.. Flora Rlcketts. Quite a niuhber of persons attended and enjoyed the afternoon and evening In a social way. furnished the entertainment of the day and refreshments were served. iMr. and Mrs. Alfred .Tompkfns spent Sunday at .the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Laymon. of near Hiunboldt. Morning worship services at the M. E. chiirch at 10 Sunday morning, and Simday school at 11. Junior league at 5, and Senior league at 6:30 Sunday evening.; Sunday school at the i Church of God at 10 Sunday morning. The Rev. Tom Hackett of lola will preach at 11. I While riding a horse Tuesday evening Harvey Bogan had the misfortune to have the horse fall on him. which resulted In a fractured bone. The members of the W. C. T. U. are planning to go to Greeley, Kas., Wednesday. February 8, where they will have ftn.all day meeting at the home of Mrs. J. E. Giffin. John Boyer: who has been ill for the past jseveral months, passed away Tliursday afternoon at his home her6. WHAT HAPPENED TO THE SHENANDOAH ? HOWMANV^ ' ., . MEN HAVESERVED WHAT STATES : AS PRESIDENT NEVER IcATlRED THE BEFORE HIM ? • ISTH. AMENDMENT ? (Answers will be found on Page 5| D. M. McDOWN. : bailey Martin' McDown was borii In Colony, Kas., May 27, 1902, and passed away January 28, 1933, in A hospital at Clinton, Okla., after an of three months resultlhg from' bums. , •When 13 years of age he moved to Oklahoma with his parents. He was married to Ruby Waltrlp Seps- tember 9, 1924. He was amember of the Baptist church in Clinton, Okla\ Funeral services were held in thfe Baptist church at 2:00 p. m., January 30. and burial was in the Arapahoe, Okla., cemetery with his broth*- ers acting as pallbearers. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, father and mother, Mr. an^ Mrs. O. O. McDown: of Davidson. Okla.; six sisters, Mrs. Arthur Kln,- man and Mrs. Harry Skinner of Tola. Mrs. Fred Goldsberrj' of New> tori, Kas.. Mrs. Ray Farran of Spirit Lake. Iowa, Mrs. E. L. Henderson ot Custer, Okla.. and Dorothea of Dav^ idson, Okla.; and six brothers, Otis of Oklahoma City, Herman of Coli- ony. Kas., Will. Herrick. Lawrence and Ernest of Davidson, Okla., many other relatives and a host of friends. Political Announcements It was a heart-felt thank you that Chief Officer Wlllla n Rowen^ (right) of the freighter Exeter City Is extending to Captain Gllei Stedman of the S S American Merchant In New York, For Stedman swbng his liner out of course to rescue Rowen and 21 of his companions when the Exeter City- sank m: mid-ocean. Four members of the Exeter City crew were waslied overboard. Greenville, Pa.—"Curfew shall not ring tonight" in GreemlUe—it's too expensive. , The borough council, following a .strict policy of economj', decided to silence the whistle—an ancient Institution—for 60 days—imless there's a fire. ELSMORE .^an. 31.—The following prohibition program imder the direction of thd W. C. T. U. was given at the Methodist church Sunday night, January 22: Song, "Lead on O King Eternal," by audience; scripture lesson taken from Psalms 94 and 20, Ecclesiastes 7:10, Deuteronomy 4: 5,9, and Joshua 1:6-9, foUowed with prayer by Mr. E. T. Schlefferdeck-. er; song, "Observance and Enforcement," by school children; solo, /'Forward to Enforce the Constitution," by Earl Ludlum; address, "Atlvance. Not Retreat," by Mrs. E. T. (Schlfferdecker; offering for the Lillian Stephens fund, $2.22. The following resolution was adopted by a unanimous vote: "Whereas, The opponents of the Eighteenth amendment aj-e opposing to legalize beer an<l repeal or modify the Eighteenth amendment, and. Whereas the effects of alcohol are the same whether H Is sold legally or illegally, and. Whereas, we have no reason tolie- Ue^e the violators of the Eighteenth amendment would obey the restrictions which of necessity must be a part of such legislation; Therefore, be I It resolved that we ask our congressman-at-large to vote against all| legislation Intended to nullify, weaken or repeal the Volstead act to vote Instead for adequate appropriations for law enforcement and a campaign of education In law ob- seijvance. We call the police to obey willingly the letter and the spirit of th^ law. Song, "Advance, Not. Re- trqat," by school children. The L. L. club enjoyed a party and oyster .supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Munson Tuesday evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. Park Strunk, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rojjcrts and Gordon, Mr. Floyd Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Holmes and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ludlum and D. A., Mr..Harold Krokstrom. Mr. and- Mrs. Dave Munson, Mr. Harold Breshear, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cox and William. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bacon and son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bacon and family. Celeste Erlcson spent Friday with Wllma Jean Munson. Miss Etta Mae Price, Mr. Jack Wentz, Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. HUlls Krokstrom were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.- and Mrs. Elmer Price. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Albert, Don and Joan, Savonbiurg, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Price, Thayer, called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Price remained in Elsmore until Monday. I Mrs. E. C. Price spent last week with Mrs. E. S.J Bacon and family. She called on Mrs. Ben Clark, Mrs. J. M. Page and I Mrs. Allen Nelson Friday afternoon and Mrs. Fred Tipple and Mni. Robert Zimmerman Saturday afternoon. Miss Jo Zimmerman, Wichita, Misses Nina Lee and Pauline Zimmerman caUed at the E. S. Bacon home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Arnold ^Ibert and Bobby spent Saturday pight with her father J4r. Harry Cox and daughters. The Hutton car was wrecked Saturday night when being driven without lights. It rah off the edge of a culvert and oveiltumed. Joe Bacon ruined his car "ijuesday night in an accident. In both cases no one was seriously Injured. I REAL ESTA-TE TRANSFERS . I (From the Office ot The lola i 1 Abstract Co., |108 W. Jackson) j fli : - ——1— «• February 2, 1933 Catherine L. Snodgrass and H. F. Snodgrass, her husband, to Katie Alice Baker. N.V-i of SWU and Lots 7 and 8 In the NWU of 29-26-19; also the NW',; of SW-i'and Lot 8 In the NWVi of 25. and Lot 3 in the •WE'., of 26, all in Twp. 26, Range 18. $1.00. H. L. Smith and Lois O'Barr Smith his wife to O. W. Winder and Jenr nie Winder, Lot 2, Block 2. Twlss Add to City of lola. $1.00. "George, dear, you remember thtif lovely sideboard that was so cheap? Well, I've discovered a plan to make room for it." "How, my dear?" "By taking a larger house."' For Finance Commissioner. I wish to announce my candidacy for nomination: to the office of Finance Commissioner, subject to the will of the voters in the coming primary. Your votes will be appreciated. J. D; BUCHANAN. For Comml.ssioner. I wish to announce my candidacy for nomination, to the office of Finance Commissioner, subject to the will of the voters in the coming primary. Your votes will be appreciated. O. W. HOLMES. Vicks Cheinists ; Invite Tests of New Antiseptic The makers of Vicks- VajwRiib have now produced an oral antiseptic. It Is called Vicks Voratone Antiseptic. They urge every user pf a mouth-wash and gargle—for halitosis (Impiu-e breath), oral clcantl- hess. and other uses—to test Vicks Antiseptic and get personally acquainted with its quality and tts economy. Borii In a depression year. Vi/Vs Antiseptic Is priced accordln^Jy. The regular size is a large lO-ounce bottle—a usual 75c value—for only 35c. For j-our testing, lola druggists are offering a special trial size. This Is a 25c'value, but Is priced -at only lOo—while the -Supply lasts; Lower Cost! —of merchandise, together with reduced overhead expense, enables us to offer our services at the lowest possible figure-without sacrificing quality service. -PHONE 36- Funeral; Service WAUGH Ambulance Service 666 LIQUID—TABLETS—SALVE Checks Colds fint day. Headaches or NennlgU in 30 mimtes, Blalaiia in 3 days. 666 SALVE for Head Colds Most Speedy Remedies KniBi^ MOTOR OIL I Gallon . 45c ; Gallons $L75 Tractor Oil 1 Gallon . 50c 5 GaUon $L89 Ideal Garage tlO N. Washinsttm Plu>ne 174 trouble you? Heed Promptly Kidnejr and Bladder Irregularities Are you bothered with bladder irregularities, getting up at night and nagging backache? Heed promptly these symptoms. They may warn of some disordered kidney or bladder condition. Users everywhere rely on Doan's Pills. Praised for 50 years the country over. Sold )y all druggists. A Diuretic for the Kidneys fBcndified GASOLINE ENJOY THESE FEATURES: Fast, sure starting in any temperature and weather. ; ' A new high anti-knock rating. More mileage—less evaporation.. Free from , sticky gum and corrosive sulphur. , BONDIFIED PUTS NEW LIFE IN YOUR MOTOR. TEST IT TODAY. LESH OIL CO. j. L. STRAWDERMAN, Mgr. Opposite Ice Plant Phone 489^

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