Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 31, 1927 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, December 31, 1927
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r - ; . :«-^-V !• •• '} r ! • '"•^^~~r"T'~ • '""'^i ! ' firm*' Trtrf A'.'.T»-ATT> ; * . -1 JlisB Jessie, May D^Igamo, who received Injuries whe^ • she - fell ;<3pwn the stairs in one of the hulldlngs at ic.:tr. just *efore the Christmas vacation, ik improving nicely. It will be a ieek orjtwo j-et before she will bd able to return to school. She ih the daughter of Mrs. Geo. Dalgirno, sr., 202 .Vorth Elm street. : —Speclnl Jfen- Teal's Dinner at Kelley HoteL Turkey, Koose and rblcL-enand all the trfmmln's. Mr..and Mrs. .\. E. darrison^and Mrs. Garri- C. Wishard. daughter, Jean, and ton's mother, Mrs. J.j who motored tb Wa^erly, leaving lola Christmas ei-ening and went on to AVashington, Kans., 3Honday, returned home last night about 6:30 o'clock, after a, stomy drive from Kmporia. They) did not"encounter any snow until arriving at Emporia where the storm was worse than at lolh. •R'ashington morning. at ,S:a They left ye.sterday Start the >e« VJar Right! Have IJrosSps cleaned .this wi >eki. Twip for the price of one. -plus oijc <'eut. - ] !<• Sale oniLs .Sntiirdu.v nljrht lOLV L.VIMMtV (*». Watch KIght Serrlce. The Salvation Armjy Invites everybody to their watch night service tonight'In their hall at, 214 West Madison avenue. —-Spt^rlal Chicken IMaiier Son; day, >'eff Year's, at Xnjww'fl Cafe. Miss Beulah Shockcyi •w)io has been spending the hoUAaiys; here with her parents, Mr. i.iiMl Mrs. Grant Shockcy,»612 NortK street, will return' to Midian, a., tomorrow where she teacbftt in the high school. i ""' —Overstuffed Parlor Suit* :,> Walnut Dining; and Bedroom Suites. Exchange your old for new/ Easy payments. Curtis Furniture: Co., LaHarpe. . ' ' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Welte, who have been visiting Mr. an^ Mrs. C. O. Mentzer and family, c|t Kco- sho Falls, returned to Lathrence yesterday. , THE TOKA -DAILY REQISTEg. SATURDAY WENING. DECEMBER 31 1927. Card of Thnnks. —Wo wish to thhnk our friends and neighbors for their help, sympathy a,nd kindness also titr the beautiful florkl offerings during • lour rerenl bereavement—>^r. and Mrs. Geo. Dugan and family- A • — •' ! V Mrs. Carl Waggpner and' ciiild- V ren. Ernia. Buster, Leslie, CiRrence .' and Charles, went to Moran Wed.: . ncsday for a visit with friends, i jThoy returned home Friday.' Mifs E.sih<>r-f'ogh the riirlsfmas holit^ Piircats. .Mr. .iiiil .\lr and r.ini(I'.'. of 6;*:; Street..will returii tc| morrow.' 1 \1. will) sjitnt I jays with her C. f). CoRhiil KiifV (..iiit-olii Uiwrcnco tti-1 ( S;)ccial New Ycitr'.s I>iiinfr at Lewman's Oute, 50c. . Mr. and Mrs. W. ]p. JouninRS, ot Higginsville, Mo., arjrived this aft-^ crpoori for ah cxteirdcU visit with •their rJauKhter, .Mr.-;. W. F. Senek*.'! end family, 200 South Buckeye street. • —Try our (Irivf in battery and the service during this cold weath-j •er. Bollinger Servipe Station. Elizabeth Smith, who was injured in an autoi lobile accident a week ago tonight:, is improving tiicely. She o.\pectfj to bo able to sit up a while within a few days. • •.—If you want to buy pr build, city or suburban pre perty. The lola IJuIltliHg & Loan Association will m'ake you a loan, lo v interest rate, no commi.ssion. See G. E. Pees Secretary, at old Uriglster building Bouthwest corner of square. We know Bakery Products are good. ' ' But I Have You Tried 1 Ourst VAN HOOZER 'S. I Harold .\. Cur. of .Topeka, i.< h. guo .st for the week -end in tb? honiv ol Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Evans, 101 South Walnut street. Florence and Irene Koe, of La- ilarpe, came, Thursday for A few days visit with, Lucille Smilh, of North Oak street. WEATHERjand ROADS ; FOB KANSAS: Fair tonight and Snndny: rontlnned rold. Temperature—Higheiit. y .e8terd .'iy, 26, at 7 a. m.: lowest liist night. J (5 .at 7 n. ni; nonnal for today, ;ii deficiency yestofday. 21: <yx- cess since .lanuary 1st. 2."il degrees: this date last year, highest, 40: lowest. 27. - ' • Precipitation for. the 21 ~ hours ending at 7 a. m.. today, ,i:i: fdepth of snow. 2.2 inches, badly drifted): total for this year to date. .53.09: excess since Januarj'i 1st, ir>.60 inches. Relative humidity at 12 noon yesterday. 84 per c<?nt:. 7 a. m. today, j S3 per cent; barometer reduced to! sea level, 30.47 , Inches. j Sun rises. 7:39. a. ni.; sup sots. 5:12 p. ni. Koad Condilton<;. Hutchinson partly cloudy, ro.-ifis ' good: Sa'Iina. clear, rdads good: ! Coffe>TiIIe. iilear. roads frozen^ i •snow .coverctl; • Maiihattan, clear,' roads snow drifted but open: Ar-• kausas City, clear, ro.-ids good; Topeka, clear, roads open; Wichita, clear, roads snow covered; Emp«ir- ia. dear, roads snow drifted; Pittsburg, clear, roads frozen; Dodge City, flear. roads good. ftEQISTEg. SA Held As Hickman!s Aid in Murder * w • * IOr,A DAILY ABSTRACT •> * Issued from, office of lola <• •> Abstract Company <• <• •:• «• <• • • • <• •:• •:• •> •> •:• •> •> •:•; Albert I.undherg .ind wife Viola ! Fay. to Charles; H. Lawson. N>-i ot, NE'.^ 21-24-21, $3,000. I Edith M. Fostier. widow, to W. 1). j •Tones, part of lots 4 and G. block !• i Purveyor's Plat No. 1. a part of the City of lola, $liOO. . NEOSHO VAH.EY (C. L.. Arnold); ! I.—TheBII.xs hbnje van a' : SIjAR VALLEY A party was held at Star Valley schoolbbhse 'Saturday evening, December^24, in honor of Mxs. Mferritt [Franklin of; Blackweli, Oklahoma. Games and conviersa- tidn furnished amusement for the evening. Light refreshments ot popcorn. I apples and ' Christmas cifke were; served to the following giie'sts: iMrs. .Merritt Franklin, Misses Elva Stickle. Frances Bair, Rtith Helle, Ella Nichols, Evelyn Vin Bureb, .Messrs. Edwin Stickle, Harold Baker, Lester Clark, Dou- alii Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nichols and Mr. and Jlrs. Arthur Clark. ;Mi .is May Roas who has been very ill for several days is reported as just holding her own. Heir many friends hope for a speedy ami complete recovery. A. S. Kester, C; U Kester. and Mrs. Koy Beebe of Logan county, Colorado, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Beatty Ray and family last week. "They are making an extended motor trip planning to HO to the southern states from here. ; A nuthbor of friends thfe Bremer home Monday evening i as; a compliment to Mrs. Merritt ! h'ranklin who spent Christmas 1 with her ^parents, Mr. |and Mrs. ' Ftank Bremer. The i-rening was spent in games, music' and cou- v<jj-sation. Light refreshments were -Served. Those present were: Mrs. Franklin. -Misses Lena Belle and Elva Stickle, Ella Nichols, Bi'^Iyn Van Buren, Clara and Cecyl Wilson, Bremer, Messrs. Edwin j StitkJe, Harold and Raymond Barker, Junior Van Bureri, Mr. S. A. Wifson, Wayne Osborn and -Mr. H. 3rowtf. Mrs.- E. Van Buren, Mr.. and Mrs. OscAr Stuckey..Mr8. Eidward" Butler, Mrs. C. M. [Alexander. Mrs. Lena Alejc- ajiiler. Jlrs. i Jessie Freelund, Mrs. Paul Bustard. Mrs. Carrie Flow^, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ro.s-s, Mrs. Conger, Mrs. Berj Japhet. Air. Be<-t BakerJ 31r. and Mrs. Bay Stickle. Mrs.', ^em Runer. Mr. Lee Cla?:k and Mrs. Beatty Ray. DEWITT ^ (Audrey Cress) * Dec. 28.—Mr. and -Mrs. Win. Krueger arid family spent day at;H; L. Kruegor's In Chanule. Mr..and Mrs., McMillen and MiSs. Carpenter spent Monday afternouu at the, Charley StroU-^^home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frederick and Billy spent-Christmas day at ti^e larental Michael hojne. Tlioy cabled on Mrs. Frederick in Hiimbolj^t- in the evening. . Mr. and Mrs. Kirby. lam ! F. ('sir- Tie, and Junior ate Christn as dia- ne.- ati the Cress home. Mr. and Mrs Walter Baker and Dorothy Mst called in the .-evening. Lloyd H:iv.k:iis took dinnor y.t Leo Fredericks Frilay. ; ' Mr. and Mr.i. Bert Stroih an 1 faiiiily of Yates (,'enter, y r. »yd Mrs. Clement :ini family, ilr. aiid r>'rs. Chas. Stroh .5pent CI ri.slniiis day at the Cbnrlcy Stroh nonie. Paul Stinson .xpcnt Sunday afternoon with Millard Cress. ' Those who spent Christmas 'at tlje Wilson home were: Mr. aod .Mrs. Richards and family. Mr. and Mrs. Simon and family. Mr: a.od ^'rs. Emerson and family, and 3lr. Wilsonl .Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. Cress alid Dec. SO. ""Ilf anli^M;^ H"\."^'- ^ ' ir^l Mrs: H^n^'strack a^d !chS^tra.:!rnefrrh?%iSj^^ Thiif^jf Wiloughby Hunt arresfyd in Los Angeles as -Edward Hick-^ ^Ir.n. D. A. Ray. Ana-' maii'HJatkoniplic- in a robbei-y and uiunlir a Voar ago. Hicktrian. await- I t-'- I--- Kester.. .Mr; A. >. Kester, Mrs. Roy Beelje. .Mr. and lodestone of attriclion oil, Chilit-Mn^ t'toas the .-layer of 12-year-oM Myrian I'arker. told police tht liii\KiS"'lv'n''K,.^^^^ 1,Tl"\;'"';<^".l' r "n! Snd ''i'hildW>n a" .I'frt'ends''to :"" """ °^ ^•"'•'«"»--'' 1926.) Sni |ltzer. feast and visit together. '"'Ro.nsted f •a'-'**;^""':' '""''ks. A gun b.-mU> ensued when a policeman en- goose was among the meat suDi 'P the store and Toins was killed. luiniediately after » Hickman's —Good Coal makes warm friend.s. • 1... r_i . T. . ^ ^. • piles, and during the day nias j)ackagc8 from Chnnute and Wclda were opened, and -Mr. Bli.»iK did bis part to make it a .loyful occasion by 'kllliijjr the fatted calf -a largo portion of wbich was dis- tribiiipd among the children at tin- starting poitit of their houie jour- ne.v. "Those present at the uobn lonfcssion Hunt "was uriestfd. . LIBERTY rCora B. Harris.) 1 Dec. :!u.--Tlu! Liberty: pro.^'rain and Christmas tree was very nici'- and all enjoyed the evo- schodl , ning wiOi a vi.slt from Santa Claus hour were: Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Sie-| at tlio cloi^e of the program, with bers and Roberta, of j Hnniboldt,, ,roats far all tho school childrou. Th.'fola lee Cold Storage anti Fuel! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moates. of El , The boaritilul little evergreon tree Co r-il IIG for i^^^^^^^ ';i)orado: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pros. Uvas taken io the church and I .O. «.aii iio.ior pntcs. ^^^^ chiUlron: Mr. and Mrs. F; | by the Sunday school and Chrls- BlisSi and sons. Wayne and .Tohn. , tian Endeavor Sunday morning. Mr. iind Mr.';. GoorRo Wooly. -MaNJ j Mrs. Mead went to, her home in and Elmer Wooly and Miss Hester j Chanute Saturday morning as the Jlr. ,and .'iirs, Harry Hecox ):ame from Parsons yesterday to vl^it a tew more days with 3Ir. ^ecox's parents; Mr,,and Mrs. A. H. Hvcox, S12 .North street, before returning to their home in St. Louis,- —Dr. Montgomery. Chiropractor, lola Laundry IJIdg. Phone 13S. school will liavc a vacation ot one week. Walters wore afternoon caller.". J. V. Slack and a few other bus- men of lola made a smart 1 The Willing Workers club met hit by .sending out Christmas cards I with Mrs.'Jane Ca.stator Thursday, lo the country folk. ; A number of hands and teams! have been at work along the Mis- .Mrs-. itijy Searcy. .Mr. James .S'oar- cy. ;Mr. A. ^\^iitaker was also u guest. ' . -Mr. and .Mrs. P. S. Heath's children ate Christmas dinner with tliPui. 'vT^Ir. and Mrs. i;ien Cloud ^ - - - -- :ind little sou Howard of lola, and ^^'"i his usual jwck of foy.s and The Christmas program at Star Valley school Friday evening. De- VoTiiber 2:'.. was. presented to . a large audience. It wa.9 very ably given and showed excellent coaching' anil training on the part of both'teacher and pupils, it was i vory interesting from beginning to oiuL and came to a glorious cli- j max for the children at least by; thenimely arrival ' of old Sa'nUi Mad«jline Hartwlg. Raymond ffs- trandei] and Ross Cress spent Sunday evening at Frank OstrandeS's. Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Strack ajid family .spent Monday evening ^iat the Henry Strack home. ' ; It's all right for a girl to K«>k a model husband, but slip .«hoi»ld be sure he is a working.model. ; SKYROCKET" (Mrs. J. H. Hlbbs) Dec. 28—Miss Pauline and Jo Zimmerman and Luciila Alderman visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baum Saturday night. ,r •Mr. and Mrs. Neds Olson took dinner- at Harve Ludlum's Sutiday. The guests at Tom Zimmer- 'man'i Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alderman Mr. and Mrs. .John Zimmerman and children. Mrs. I-izzie Wagner, Mr. and ©Irs. O.scar Reinart and iMr. Leonard Ericson. Miss Bessie Attleberr>-)visitedilitt- cille Alderman Monday night. The gues.ts at J. R. Hibbs Sundajr were: 'Mr. and Mrs: Leo Hibba an4 son, Calvin. Mr. John Hibbs, Ralpbi and Olin, Mr. George Jackson, Mri and .Mrs. Ross RiCCer and Jess liibbs of Erie. Mr. and Mrs. Walter • Jackson called on Leo Hibbs Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cox and daughter Ruth, of Parsons visited- at George Hibbs's Monday. Ophelia and Donald Krbkstrom \isited at Harve Ludlum's Monday afternoon. Mr. and. Mrs. Walter Samp and Violet attended the Chri.stmas tree-at Savonburg Saturday night. Mr. and .Mrs. George LInqufst of Chanute visited at Charles Jones's Sunday. Miss Maude Baldwin of Y'oder, Kansas, visited • Mr. and Mrs. . Georgo Hibbs and children Monday. Mr. and Mr;*. Ves Peck and Anna Elizabeth took dinner at Charles Jones's Sunday. Jim Bauer and children of Sav- . onburg. Mr. and Mrs. George Samp of .McCune. .Mr. and .Mrs. Justice Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Samp and Violet .spent Chrlatnias day with their mother, Mrs. Sarah Bauer, west of Savonburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Ludlum and Edith motored to Chanute Thursday. Mf: and Mrs. Aoo Buckner, T<b. Sam Hibbs and Benny Ludlum visited at J. R. Hibbs's Monday. Dorothy and Lewi<4 Hayward ot .^aj-onburg. visited at WaMer Samp's Monday afternoon. .Mr. and Mr.s. BUI .McClanahan ot Humfjolrft were Christinas eveni;iK gucHts While Mr. and Mrs. John Hillbrant of .lola completed their Chri-^tmas day guests. .^ir. and Mrs. R;iy Wilsoif vi.sited with A. L. Towusomirs- Clirisimas. .Mi-.s. Ruth Townseud delivered gee ?o at W. H. Ilirris's audi (JiMjrge Wilson's lust;'week. .Mr. and Mrs. A. !1;. .N'eodham jThursday to spend the holidays (with her .mother. .Mrs. .A. J. FiiUon, Mrs, WilMam Heylnmn. of DePue, 1.210 East .lackson avenue. She're- 111., who hafe been | vlsitjng i her signed her' position in northern n ^bther. Mrs.- A. E. [Ru.ssell, o( 20!) Michigan where she has been Eist street. Dr. iind flirs. W. R. teaching for fh* past .vear and will , HeylmunJ of 40.-, Snjith .street, and i remain here indefinitely. ' other relatives i sin „: , , , . ,. ..ouriP.-iclfic railroad, west of the Mi^s iMla. Wheaton arrived home river, for a week or two. The rise tj^ned homo todiiy. b Tuesday. In the- flood record in Scpfcmbor • W3L' F. CBEW I'hj>lelan and jMnnfenn • ' E.vo Ear. Nose ahid Throat • Classes Fitted • i2',; S. Washingtqn, lola • F. I.. B. LEAVELL. 3F. D. • Special attention given DIs- .* ea.--es of Colon and Rectum. • Electro-Physiotherapy • Office lola State Bank Bldg. • Phones—147 and 70.^ o Garuett —"Van's liirad." good as over. iliou. of Car- Mrs. L. O. Cohli w tit — i • yesterday on biisiin-s^. Mrs. lino Krause, iwhose illness' has been reported ih these col- umn.s" from time to time, is reported about the same today. V ,. . " i .Wij.- I.ciiori" lilaii —O. L ! Cox, " M. D. SpcclallHt, • .^:"'nMd:.y o„ ims- Eye. Ear.; du-i Throai. iii-^^s b.-tw-n Irari.f- • Keunetii Drak. Uvi n; lo riiaiiutc ; —We pay (>'' on J Full Paid and early this in.iriiini; to .si -e his imilh- In.-talliiieut Stock. The best invost- er. Sir.';: R. H. l .)r ;i!,. . \\lic is at Ihf'ment. the best method to save. Johnson hospital. Il<> report.^ her Securlt.r Bidir. & Loan Association, condition, about the .•ianii. i liiln, Kunsis. •the i;IvpT bottom. ;.The schools at I'niou and .'VToosho Valle.v will lie thrown in the operating clutch again. Mo.iday, January 2nd. The school board . of Neosho Valley district h:is called a siiecial metting to be hi-ld Frid'iy, January C. at 2:.'!0 o'clock, to t'ike action in the matter of giving a bond for school niainlenaiico of s'linlirs livinc loo far to walk in school. While nolbinj.' in the w.iy of ini- medlat.> relief was doiio at the meeting held In lol.-i T:io-:.l;iy afternoon lielwoon the rutal Ifleplionn i companies on the wosi sl.r- ..••iid repre.spniallvos of the' U-U f'oni- pany and the Electric coinjvtii.v. in wlili'h .the rur:il telephone cniiin;i!i- les-of .N'Misho Valley. Pleasant Yiil- ley anil Knl<'rprisi> wi^re roiiiplaiiv. mils, it is bolievfd that the coiii- nilttee to which the solution was cohim'lted will finally nmlcably work put a plan to totally ."Mtnin- at!.> tin -electrical dlsturbaiico on jour rural telephone systems. r-Thp lola Ice. Cold SioraEo and Fuel Company sells Coal of best;\vho has been visiting her father; 1 has occa.«i'oii ti)"reror in on^^^ quality. • Phone lib. , (lias. Cole, left yesterday after-j another to the RcRister "force"' "2fi" has caused the manapomont; .,,.„,i, rhr-^U \vrti,." ft -'irr ,V ! ''^ Of the road to put on. another foot ^r^'V^te B^^^^^^^^^ of rock and add ^.^.^ji' ;^:j,,;;''^'j,r n^^^^^^^^^ "»ve strenctb to the road bed through V!.' M"'!".^?..^^'" <•( r„,.: -v, .> , I noon for Topeka to Visit her sis- bolit J: Vr ' ."""".'l'.,"^ """'-'tors. .Mrs. L. E. Stone and Mr.s. W. th-b; r nJi^"r' ."^ J- "lissell. before returning home. tneieo.Grover yesterday afternoon. —Dr. .A. B. Twadell. Osteopath. New, fJlbhe Bldg. Phone 191. Card K)f Thanks. .--We wish to thank our neigh^ „ n}Z^'-'^^AV!tn""-T T""""'' ""'l ^I"- ^"^V" SherriU and ahcoT.I. , , -'t'"" Miss Velma Rogers., of Pitt .sburg. .aric_o in ,h,. iasf sickness and death Kan., are guests in' the home of Their to- nf rv„- I ' .1 V. are Kuoiiis lu ine noiue ^^:"!''^ ">°'''"--:\''"- •''""> ^Irs. 5,,.. and Mrs. Arthur Grove. Tt RHnti •"•''Ar- ' f- son. Hoyt Sherrill. will arrive BHnkley. ,Mr. an.l .Mrs., Ward , day to spend the week-end. Frank {;. Lawyer v ^S ^"ity this afternoon Mgular trips for a ortlfis eve. went to Kanon one of a treatment —For Real Estate I>oans see the .Security Bldg. & Loan Association, lolo, Ks. Office In First, Natl. Bank. .Mis.H, Vivian Barker arrived home on the early morning train from a '•somethimos deslgnatitig it as the Rogister "gan^." The term is rather indelinite. ^particularly'to some of tliejreaders ot the paper who do not vihit the oflicq frequently. Aud .so in order that everyliody limy know, when such reference is made hereafter, just who is meant, on thr Ilrst page ot today's paper all the [.names of those in this town and county who have directly to dc with getting out and distributing the paper, and wording in other de- •pairtinputs of the institution, arc printed as sponsoring the Register's .Wfv Vear good wishes to-all itS: readers. .\11 together there arf 15^ of flieiu. A right gooiily company, is it not ? hrough I Mexico. .Mrs. John Harris. ' .\Irs. .MilHe John.snii. .Mrs. Rebecca Finch and Mi*;;* -May Finch, of .North Pi(iua. .Miss Beulah Veteto and Miss Thyal Thrall. Crystal JeusPu. Dorothv Hillbrant. Ihelma Harri -H. The Rev. .Mr.' Vezie filled Iho appointment, at \ Liberty Sunday inorniuR. tluMi liio congregation was asked lo go lo Salem church to tlui sacred concert Sunday evening- and all who went were most pleasantly entertained.- 'I 'he orchestra ihal Prof. Waittv lia.s been training comtiosed of v^ung jri'O- ple of Salem and i'leasani Valley is giving sonio y«'r.v pleasing iiuinl)(>rs and tlm littlo peopli> were ver.v go<i(l. indeed. The Willing Workers elected officers for the c<ijuiiig year as follows: President. Mrs. Floponco Wil.son; vice-president. CMrs. Emma Kramer; secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Estella Hamilton. Tills i.s a CO.TJ- munlty club formed by tho 'rullcs of the community for mutual interest and we most.'heartily extend on invitation to all ladiof of the romniiiuity to enro:ll. Yoii: .vilt be a.ssured a hearty welcoino and hni >e you' will find it benoKeial. Tho little people', p 'tesent. were: Wilma Hilldebrani." Louis and Kenneth Baetcn. Lewis Jensen, Ivan Thrall. Harold Tojwnseii^. i W, V. Wilson .-ind fa 'miiy and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson ate dinner at the W. G. Hillbrant home, a home-coming that all the chil-, dren and grandchildren partlcipal-, ed in If iKissible. .Mr. Oral Cox rt;turned bomo last week from a trip in the northern states in lime to keep Christmas with the family. ing in this neigh- about coinpleted. The most 'favorable, been of short j troiits. .Airs. F. M. Franklin of Blackwell, Okla.. spent Chtristmas with j herT parents, .Mr. and Mrs. F. W. ' Breiner.- Harold and Howard Ray have l>eeji having a siege of chicken- IirOX-. yirs. D. A. Ray I I.TA been ill for several days. Mr. Glen Bremer returned. Thitr.sdav" noon from Paris, -jowa. i afttr spending Christmas vvii.h his par|uts. -Mr. and .Mrs. P. C. Brem- :er. ^* yif. and Mrs. Harry Drown of Sli.iron. Kan.-:a.i. spent Clin'stmns witii .Mrs. r.rown'.-^ pairents. Mr. and .Mrs. 6. Kallberg. Mrs. S. E. Ross is able to be corn : market has up after having a sifge of the flu.' been (H'tter at Neosho Falls audi . Callers at the S. E. Ross home' a number ha«c taken; their'corn j durliiK the illness of .Miss'.May and there from this vicinltv. I Mrn. Ross were: Mrs. F. W. Brem- HOTEL ^^ORTLiAND Special New Year's Sunday Dinner 12 to 2 ^ 6 to 7 65c CRISP CELEKV r STUFFED OLIVES '•LAM;f(^HOWDER ROAST Tl'KKEJV fCianberry Sijuce)' • BAKED YOUNGiHRN (Sage iDressing) ROAST DO.AIESTIC DICK, {Celery Dressing) ROAST GOOSE (Oyster Dressing) ROAST LOIN OI* PORlv (.\pple Sauce) GREEN STRING BEANS ^ ,SNOW FLAKE POTATOES I SCALLbPED COR.N/ HOI] TEA • BISCUITS WALDORF SALAD i PINEAPPLE SHERBET . ' D ^CSSKRTS } HOT .\11.\TE PIE GREEN APPLE PIE VANILLA ICE .CREAM AND CAKE ly^lNKS COFFEE—TE.-V—.M ILK—COCO.V |Try Our Week; Day Xoonvand Evening Table l>'Ilote 5flc few d.iys visit with Kansas City. friends in Dr. J. T. R61d. Surgery and A-ray, Phohe a.-.7. A m w. revised and enlarged edition of "Rn--->..' -n oriental, oc- -. cidental. antique ;iiid modern pat-{^^'""ams Typewriter Co.. 113 West Mrs. W.. .]. Stanford and daugh- .'terj Mrs. Luther Brickev. of Col- -Studtnts can rent t.vpowriters. i^' J^'J'^ T '"'«in<''^« visitors in lola any make, at reasonable rates, from I ^^*^-^' terns, by Ro «a ivile Hnii ean now he found on (d.- >Iiehvs at the Tola Public Libra rv Mailispn. lola. Kuns. Mrs. .1. r. Lake, of .'524 North Fourth street, left vesterdav for a U-it with friends in Kansas Citv. '^f "? S OH ' k -'i ^J^s'""' ! York Times has to say "tS P^l^-wn^e received ^;^;^aderlIorn .'^ujw bpo^ :.t Janii-iri- •• 10>s • for Eradinc and' """"^'"^ Trader uS. wil ^t ^.'lMrUo;!,'^"- : ••;t>«";rlh read^ig^ not of N'ortl (lak Street Ivine between ' ^""^ ^eaiions tha other books IJnadn^a Id CilrTenter StJ.^'^^^^^^^^ the Citv of Tol'L kins-i^ V""'-? 0 i*!"'" "^er qSmes a;:; a ^tlhiws: ^'^-^ » .'i' » V.«Doo sp.ll: or Is —Dr. Lucy E. Poison. Chiropractor. Norfliriip Bldg.' Phone 326. In .-\ustralia snow is practically unknown. •Mr. Ray Searcy came from Oklii- homa, Thursday to visit, his parents over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Searcy entertained their married children and families Christmas. Covers were laid for Mr and'Mrs. Roy Springston and four children, Mr aud! T.'ie Ppr,sians: have a • different name for each ({ay of the month. Earih E .\cavatioH. 2S.T Cubic Yds ' """"'"''nK more Iionest. with tTI- Gi :avel. 450 Cubic Yards of eharlataulKiu'r We ciiess I '^^j The total length of the Improve^' Hi!" Indeed, the 8ecrei" 1« ; neiit I " ' ' • - Inchi Doo BroiTO'»: Prng Store. t91ABl.lS ><eo i» Sew location,' I(w E. Maijlsoiu First Efcst or Phone 131 went Is C27-reet. DtMUlrofTraTL^ril!'**''-^'.'"' f"""'' '" "plrif of 8 Inches ''""' man adveiMitrliii: all but bids n.u^t be accompanied n'.r/yn '!'V.,'^"•'7 'i '•;^'''V' "1 ' percent of uie total bid In iy^:^:^.,!:;':,; u,.:;.:,:' himself has given the animating rubric: "Keep your self-respect between your teeth r A figlit lost ney, or a certified check eomo-responsible bank. P'ans and specifications may be leen at the office of the City Engineer, ipu, Kansas. ^ ^ •fSPBll B. U Mc.NlEL, City aerk. in Africa's :the world lost. Other places'll gfve you a sechnd chance —the Ivory ciye > you only |M»_ nil* laibd tmi VM{ T|>k «M «tW. Hmr V »v OKutxatsCTEBJrwKV For Warmth There's no foot! that takes the place of meat. Baby Beef Roasts. lb. 20c , Fancy l.,ard, lb. 17c 10 lbs. $1.65 Compound, Ib.^ 17c 10 lbs. SI.55 M. & M. MARKET ' "Meat That You Can Eat" and We Join in Wishiijig pur Patrons Friends a Joyful 'Prosperous 1 lola State State, Bank

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