Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 2, 1928 · Page 4
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Iola, Kansas
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PAGE FOUR THE TOLA DAILY REGISTm. MONDAY E^'ENHs 'G, JANUARY 2. .1928. m.k DAiLT REGISTER CHAS-F. SCOTT Batered -nt the lola PostofOc* as Second Class Mutter. Telephone .1 H <Frivate Brani-h Kxchanxe ConnectUiK All DepHrtWntii). SUBSCRIPTION RATES ^ By Oirrior in lola. Cn .t Cily, ljiM»rpe add Bassptt. One We«k IS Cent* One Month 70 Centit One Tear 17.80 BY MAIL. Outside Allen County One Tear $5.00 $xIj{onthn H.BO Three Months $1.60 In Allen County One Tear »4.0n Sis Months I2.M Three Months * J1.28 One Month >.... 60c JHflfiibttp Qf -III •"^' National Editorial Auociacien. Ka>isas Press Association. .The Kansas Dally League. Audit Bureau of Circulation. Press Congress of the World, rnland Dally Press Association.. MEMBER A^CIATED PRESS. The Register carries the Aspociated Prea.<i report iby "special leased wire. Xlssoeiatcd Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republicaUon of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper, and also the local news published herein. Ail rights or repu>;lioation of special dispatqlies herein aft also re- serveil. ! , Btble Thought for Todxiy. /Vnil 1 hoard the voice of the Lord, saying, Wlioiii sliall I send, and wlio Avill go for us? Then I said. Here am 1, .send me.—Isa. (J:S. Writers <jf riimneial. ili<lustrial arid cotnmereial reviews' are in aigreeiiienl in deelarinR lhal never l>orore in all their history were the .\iiicrican people so well off as tJiey are rinht . now.and of ronrse tliat means that; never before In any time were any ^people so well off as Amerieansjare right now. In the apfsrecaie tlie. country'« business may not show sueh piled nj) flKures of BJKantIc total.s iiH in 1926. Hul there lias been no l'o<;essioh of tile average well be- iiiK. There lias iK'eu no reduction of wages i^d but little uuemploy- raenl. The floods "(n the .Mlssis- Mifipl area brought disaster to liiin- dreds-or.lhoiisatids, it is true, hut thanks .to the efficient intervention' of Kovt-rnment SRencies' and the lied (."ross. backed by the quick Rciieroslty of proRpering people, all the refncees were taken can- of ;in<l most: of Ihein already have hei-n in' large inea.sure rehabilitated. Tlie nuist encourasiM!; feature in llie whole situation as all - the. reviewers see it. is the widespread recovery of aRrieiiltiire. .Vo branch of this great industry suffered severe iirice depressions, and the . "farmer's" didlar' is more nearly the equal of. every oilier dollar now than it lias been since 1920. The index nuniber of prices at the farm .\ovember 1.5. l!t2T. was iWhieli iiieaiis that the average prii-e at which, the fanner sold his jiroducts was -".S per' cent above pre-war prices, as against a "0 per cent gain last year. Op the otiier haiiil the purcliasing power of a unit of farm products in terms of wliolesale prices on industrial . goods was 112 compared with 81 the previous year. ' Ilere iii Kansas Secretary J. C. Mohler i-eports tliat our farmers have olitaiiied tlie largest casli le- and meet biiniun want« as far as poHsihIe. employe representation, a larger meusiti'e of democracy be- fvvoen nianagenient and incn. The lAasteri and servant' relationship Is Riving place to a tiear- er approach to brotherhood. Common laborersi and artisann aitd other workers dolcRale men of their own chooaijtg to sit ;down side by side with re )resentaHveH of management and ta^k over wages.: hours and other terms of eiiuality. doors ai^e liu longer" ordinary employes, dent.s in most oganiz become accessible. In short, the spirit is displapln'g thc^plri which too often permeated industry aid business, in the past. It i i oil wiiolc'some and encouraging -ind (hat it is working out to th«{ advantage of all concerned in a ipractical way Is evident hi thfc small nuniber of strikes the' things on Executives' hilt against Kveu presi- ^tlons have |»f Christmas t of .slavery past have given •ear has witne.sscd. Tberc leen fe* years indeed, perhaps jiot one. since our Indnatrlcs gained their present mammoth proportion.s. when there have beeii so few disturlmnces of the country's ndustrlal peace. So tjliere soems to be every reason why we should look forward to the .New Year with couraxc and entliuHiasm. for the Old Year, has _^^G1VE THIS J>tTT[^E f^Ott^ A HAND Ins a running start. IN THK BA\'.S ,\tfrs. Sonuicl \\'. Parr.^who lias lM;<ti honored witli the presidency of tlic Amerltan Chemical Society, is professor 1 emeritus of Industrial chein- Isfry of the University of IIU do I r. with which InFtitiitlon he has been connected for almost forty years, llis achievements in. his chosen field have made his n'ame known In Kniope as well as America. He devised the Parr calorimeter for detertiiinlng the heat value of coal and other hydro-carbons, which Is widely used throughout America and Kurope: also a new type of calorimeter , tor dMermlnIng thfc heat value of combustible gases. Prof. I'arr Is a native of Illinois. After 'receiving degrees from the I^ni\ersily of Illinois and Cornell University he went abroad to complete his studies at the University of Berlin. Upon his return he began hi.-j )>rofe.ssionaI .career as an instructor in general science at Illinois College. J DEBR CREEK Dee. "$8.—Everyone had a .Merry Christinas lii this c-ommunlty. The children and parents of the Deer Crieek i district had a good lime at the: program and Christma.* tree Friday night. Miss Taggart is spending Christmas vacation, with her parents- in Uoia. J Iuests Christmas eve of Mr. and .H. Wingler were: .Mr. and .Mrs. U^rt Zink and hahy. Mr. and .Mrs. .vfiilard. Trook- and .Mr. and Mr.s. Caj-l Reaftel ami Dale Jean. Mr.'and .Mrs. Wingler and family spent Christmas day with Mrs. Wingler's sister In Ceneva. Sunday afternoon visitors at .Myron Klmore's were: .Mr. and .Mrs. Oliver, Sylvester Madeson. .Melvin Oliver. -Mrs: Krupp and Johiinle Krupp, Mrs. Char)ey Stiuson had a touch of ptomaine- poisoning, but is better now. .Mr. and .Mis. tieprge Kettle and ili.mily .spenti Chrl.stinas with .Mr. aad Mrs. Arthur Clarke of lola. .Mr. and .\|is. Harold Webber imotored to ,.|uplin for Christmas iwith relatives. .Mr. Wilsoh;s funeral will be at :two o'clock Thursday afternoon. The communlry extends aj-mpathy. -Vitamins |teinish P^try Diseas^ IIhnr ftfriiMWViriiiiiiii fiii finnrflfciWi ••iriiifcihEf^miffcitti^* VitaiDM-A* frtfpt ill «irsHS» hey and y«ll<)wc»i Vltamin'B' VITAMIN'C- NOT REQUIRED BY POULTRY Vitamin'D' Watch] your vitamins^ is the timely stfgsestipn to'ponftry keepers by tBe Bine Valky i^reamery Institute,^ Vitamins are-; fully as essential the welfare of^the poultry ilockras air and watery says the Ihstitute^ and special es^e should be takeiK dtiring the cofii winter Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Brower | diays to •j )revent any posi^ible suf- •and children and .Mr. and Mrs: H.; ferint: fr|)ih the lack of vitamins. Wynn and baby .<ipent Christmas! OfthS four best knojro vita- A ":th their parents. .Mr. and Mrs. i nins, on^ A, B and D jtrie abso- Johu Wynn.. 1 lately e^ntial to hens ^nd must .Mr. an<| .Mrs. .lolin AVy-in and be supplied daily if one to make family and 1 Delmai.- lirower and a suecese: of his poultry/keepiiig^. family will j /pend .\'ew Year's with; 'VitaminiA is needed by*the.hen« Harley Wynn, in lola. to prot(^ them from j'whftt is Mr. and .Mrs; Sliadwick and Kuth known as nutritional R )ap and and Karl Peterson spent Christ- other diseases resulting iuom low- mas wiiM Dr.; and Mrs. Siiadwick ered vitality. It is found in. greatest and Wilfred of lola. abundance in plants whi«^ retafn y\T. ^^,\\\.\^ and Mr. Cu.'c helped a green jor yellow color ^en mar Charl'-y Stii.son liuul hay Wtdnes- turc or ;properly cured, ^snch is da>s.. I wcU-curcKl alfalfa hay anii yellow ' .Mr-?. .Xiyron Blmore had the mis- com. This Vitamin is atto found fori line to-cut a leiuler ih a tin-[ in yello^ carrots and'in jsprouted per fiud 'i-td to have'doctor'.^ care. I oats haying a deep green color prb- Mf. and Mrs. lloy Cunninghani , duced b'y'. sprouting in %uiiligfat. Clarence Darrow has not been employed- to defend K:dward Hickman, the f ./OSj.\ngeles child murderer, hut lie comes quickly forward with a plea for the young liyeiia just the same, and just as Clarence Darrow may bL- expected to rush to the rescue of every criminal \vlio perpetrates a deed of special ferocity. .Xccording to Darrow Hickman is a victim of dementia praecox and should be placed In an asylum. According to Darrow. if one may judge by his professional carecrl no criminal should be punished.' Always some other body or some, other thing is.responsible for-the icrimei ° jin the|niind of Darrow, und the man who actually committed it always .hiis his sympathy. Fortunately Dar- turns from tlieir ci<)ps of any I . ' ., , , ' rqw IS gettlHR old and In the year siuce 1920 < • , . , ,' , ,; course of nature, cannot much Tlie total value of the principal, - , . , ,.. , , ^ ,. , , , .. 'longer practice his role of crlm- lield crops, and live slock slaugh- ,, j^*-, ^ ' , • Inal apologist and defender. Few tered or so d for s augliter, is' , , ,,, 1 r"'c Hi-'puhllc can be better given as %-.tK;.'M)\.m(i. /• ' This is $77.r);{5.y0(> more llian the average for the lust fivi' yars. and is .$.'!},<M)0 .l )O0 more tliaii tlie tolal •vnlite of the I!t20 crops. The big showing Is coiislilereil ,retiiarkabh' in fa<-e of tlie fact thai ihi.H .veiir's wlieat <-roi) Kansas' largest money <-r(ip - briiught in ifoiMiou.OUd less than a yi-ar'ago. The lOrn crop ami iu<re'ase: in i-aitle prices are' largely resiiolisi- lile Ihe liigli liguics. This year's cotii. crop has liroiight in STn.oiKi.lKMi niort tlian the 192G corn crop, anil rattle prices increases average between JS.ID and $1U.I0 a iiead. (ienerally speaking, the farmers liavi' realized less a bushel and a ton for their croiis tills year than last, but tlie iurreasi- in production iiioic than offset tliis. Uut the annual reviewers call attention to another thing that is specially marked at this Christmas lime and which is of really greater importance and ha.'; more significance than any figures reporting our merely material prosperity. And that Is the manifestation of an inpreaslng spirit of good will between emplojors and em­ ployes, a greater disposition on boih sides to live up to the Injunctions of the Golden Rule. This Is seen in various libcrall plans for the peace of mind and Icomfort of body of workers—pensions to take care .Df old age. funds to ease times of slcknes's; plans for sharing profits; Christmas lionnses. e 'a .sy terms. for acquiring ownership of stock, group insurance, savings plans, free metilcnl and dental and niirsing services, vacations with pay. summer camps. I spared. The liemus jury, which first acquitted a man Kuilty of cold­ blooded iirenieditated murder on tlie fiction lliaf he was Insane. Ilien petllioned Ihe judge who prc- sideil at Ihe trial to bi; lenient with a witness indicted for perjury on the score lhat they believed his testimony and based their verdict upon it. and then petitioned the probat)' judge to hold that Kemus is mil now insane, has capped the clima.'t.of its infamy by accepting an offer to go on the vaudeville stage. This paper Is not an advocate of violence. But If a report should come over the wli-e that in its first vaudeville appearance the. Uemus jury had becii greeted with' q bombardment of stale vegetables and over ripe eggs, room for It In these columns would be made with very lively satisfaction. TOBAU'O X<)M:Y. I X. Y. Times: .>Jol all of the na- ( I tlon'i* expenditure on tobacco gt )fs m) lii smoke. A considerable vor- lion goes to the United States Treasury. For tlie budget-makers at WasJilngton. tobacco is a bene- ficeni wccil. Of a total internal revenue of close to thtv<» billion; dollar.s for the fiscal year ended I last .Iiine. the tobacco tax con-: tributed 18 iier ceitl. Of all inter- ! nal revenue excluding the income tax. the smokers contributed .iS per cent. The sum of $376,000,000 i thus paid in is almost exactly the : entire internal revenue for the' year IMl and is lone and two- j thirds the amoundi•derived in 19H ; from the tax on alcoholic contents | of pleasant or Ininultous memory. > Tobacco Is by Tar the most heavily j burdened of the luxuries. In'1923- the value of tobacco manufactures j was e<ytjmated at $82U,00O.UOii and > the tobacco revenue accruing to the (;overnnient Iwns $.'!ii9 .iiiiii .ii0ti. Thus it would appear thjt only Co , per cent, of the solace derived from tobacco goes to the consum- 1 er; nearly ,40 per cent, goes to . Secreiary .Vellon. \ Where iliere is so much snioke ; there is the fire flf myriads of eiga- • rettes; 65.00it.000.000 in 192:;. 71.- i 000.000.000 in 1924. in \ 1925. Twenty years ago, it is stat- '• ed. the American people smoked two cigars foi" e*ery cigarette. Now , it would be twelve cigarettes for every cigar. The| temple; of Inter-' nal rcTrenue re.stsj not on the bulky | Sumatra-wrairpcdi column but on I the slender paper-wrapped "fag." Of last year's tobacco revenue of J370,(IOO.OOO. just [two -thirds 'caiiic from the cigarcties of the plain Boy ^Carpenter Learns Trade Froni Americans' At Nazareth spL'ut Christmas day with .Mr. and Mrs. Fo.ster ali Humboldt. David Watson and .son Oliii of I Winfield visited witli Stinson's last j Friday. He is an old iiupil of .Mrs. I Stinson's. He sitti-ndeil Deer Creek \ .-fchool many .vears ago. The son ' IS a senior in Southwestern eol- jle'.!M at Winfield.i .Mrs. Ralph Olson and sons who . The out^'r green leaves\of'cabbage and cod!;}iver oil are othe^ sources of this important vitamin.-- Alfalfa leaves 6i finely ground alf)klfa hay and yellbw com are the ^st carriers of;;\'itamin A under-average farm conditions. ' The function of vitamii^ B is to promote: good growth ami health by the prevention^ of diaonkrs. which cause stunting and paralysis. • As vitamin B is found in th« outer covering of all grains, it ia present in all poultry rations. 'Vitamin-D is another important vitamin in poultry: feeding, i 'With- ont it poultry are unable to use th* mineral matter or bone j and; egg shell building material ji; -heir feeds, and, as a conseqtjencc, »ek leg weakness or riei:et8.|- In the laying hen, the lack of vitamin D causes low egg yields, tiniirBhelled eggs and leg paralysis. £!jfgB.froni such hens do not hatch wjielli Tlii« vitamin is" produced onqr dn tha bodies of birds which come in coa> tact with the ultra-violet rays oi the sun or it can be obtained by feeding cod liver oil which co:it ' it. Traces of vitamin IH-are fonnd in green leaves aitid" M times in eggs and skiminilk. The importance of keeping chickens ottt in the direct sunlight as mnth as possible in winter by openixg up the windows on bright days tor by the use of glass subetitutei^ which allow the nltra-violet raya to pass through is apparent Cod liver oil is the only practical sal >i stitute for direct sunlight. It ia fed usually in the mash at the rata of tVx each 100 birds daily. NEW WAY TO STOP FITS —Wonderful results are reported : have* been vi.'-itlne at Myron KI-i ' Hi ires are vi .4lin^ with her jiar- a few weeks ago. We aiy sorry I nts. .Mr. and j.Mr.-. Oliver's. 10 say he is not much impidVcd. 1 Sinitii's andl SMn.-ion's attended H. F. Watchman is spending his the Chri.stmasj pll)^ralu given bv t.'hrislmas vacation with ifis |.ar- • • M./iel Cox and ; u; ^ ents. .Mr;, and .Mi-.-.. Feid aVatch- hy Kpilepsy Colonies usil^g a new I .A!r. anil Mrs.j Cii.irley Foster and man. of-jfcAIIen. Texas. remedy that stoiis the most slub- 1 i ..tiline visit.-d Uo;,- Cnnninthiiin'.'; ; Thos. Richards ,>( p^iporia, |jorn cases of Kpileplic fits or 1 aesdav. .Mrs.| t'lliiiiingham's par- Kansas, {and Jli.'^s .-Xilia indiards „ . . i, i i.nts and Uillyl an-: Dorothy cam-- "f Kan.sus City. Mo., are sjV-n.ling ^^P^'"'"''' 'f, ^O"""^'d'.-.-.-n Thur.sda.y to spend the d.iy. th- holidays with ih»ir i&ients. -\">' reailer who sends name to I-'iiends and! •.leieiibois went :p. .Mr. aiirt:;AIr.>.. S. K. Kiehard):. I'lienoleptol Co.. Dept. ;I55-('. U OK I 'o head kafir <or Frfd Ciiok T ii"h-' IP. H. :;.McCormic k"s. who ser- 71. St. John.-^ Place Station. Urook- da:-. The rai.t p.vvcnted w k .in , i.....-jly ill;. remair..s^aIjoiit thi^'.same ^. ^. ^^^.^j^.^ ^ ^^^^ th- atte.-nooii.: .\[i-. and -Mrs. .\eil T<>eilt*an of " . . ^. , and Mrs: K Ivin Kelle.v w,,-;. I l«Ia visited relatives here fie last '^t explaining this new guaranteed •gutsts of ."ilr. jail-. ;ilrs. Ro/ Ci.n- week. ; > treatment. Write them today. ni;'-,ham for ive'::i«>sday i-.i pim- ! • K ' • ~ supper. j .• •?, / = YATES^ CENTER j I 'Mr. and -Mrs; D. D. Dedgler were j i business visitors iu Ft. Scott ^'mp 'ami Mrs^ I I Hall left Mon Hav{ng bought the Oxford Ciil'e in lola. 1 have decided to quit fitai- ,i^u:' ^ ^lev.'-.^'^as'^^:^ n.^lic^M,c.ion at the place ki.mvn as the S^r - thev will makti-their home. ^'l """•^^'^ "''''^t •^'"''^ «•' ''i: L-'""n.e. on the s,ab. Tjiesdky, Jan. 3 The "most picturesque spot in Palestine", according to George Ade. I la the School for Carpenters, conducted by the American Near Ka«l neoDle or nearlv seven limes as' ^' Nazareth, near the spot where Jesus learned His trade. . the ^^?J '''_.°'^,_°^^'^'.^i ,.:^r"'. ! Stadents are Armenian o.-vhans. refugees from the Smyrna disaster. much as from wihat was once a | badge tff plutocracy. One of tlie j things which thd,war did make disproi>ortioiiate place in the iia-] A year ago the cit.v of. .Nottlng- safe was the wo^ld for the ciga-i tional life is attested by llie fait ham appointed a woman as official rettc. Ita spread lias been univers-| that as latj- as 1919 tobacco maiiu-' ••p'.'acemakei'." with whom ' all al, though, proportionately the factlire stood sixteeniu among ; women ajiplying to the courts'^ for growth has been ijiost rapid in this American indiistrie.i and in 192ii ' separation orders must Countrj'. Presumably fthe short j-stood twenty-first. If wi- sinoko| their irrolileins. As ai result': of .Mrs. Will .liirrett is somewhat improved afte? a viry .'^evere illness, i Mi^. Laura Ward camo .Monday from St. Charlbs. III., to make her liome with her sister. .Miss Winnie Ward. ! .Mr. and .Mr.4 B. R. Dew of Detroit. Mich., are here for a visit with relatives j anr! to .attend the marriage of their daughter. .Miss ;i Cr.v.stal Dew ti) .Mr: Warner. Janu' ary [2/ 1I»2,S. j Mr,-. W. H. [Frueblood is siiendr ing the holidays with relatives in Wiihita. Mrs. Lyman .McCormick was in lola ^Saturday.. Tlie many fi'ienils of Clifford Ulue, jr.. are grieved to' learn of his serious illdc ^s in the lola hospital, j D. tA. Howeii returned Tast week from the \ St.; Francis hospital. Wiiliita. wherr lie has been for treatment the past several montlLs. .Miss Franeeh Patterson of .Mob- eriy. Mo., aiidj L. C. Patterson of really know more than they used niarrl. d Sir lames Heath, a w-al-. been prganized in! oVeat BrftaTiT j ''""•'•'''!''^- Kansas, are nere for a| to.- (hoy arc much more friendly to thy iron maniifaetnrer. A week 'nith a directorate coniposj'd wliol- h',''*'^ '"""kt. .Mrs. F. .M. smoking than they once were. That iieforc- Ii-r iiiarriagi- slie creali-d a ly of women. The i (irjioratioii will '''I'tersotv i ' th« spread of the cigarette haliitine 'w recnl for liglit planus by a.*;- s ;)eciaMze in pn/vidiiiig the i;ural i '•-''"•"" Settliiiijer returned last has not sapiied the nation 's pro- ccmjing m V.i.iWl feet. carryiiiK a ili.siricts wlili elei.trie light -and "''''k from St. l-ouis. .Mo., wliere he <Juctlvc energies or conquered a ; pasfcnger. i /owcr.: ". :* entered a Iioj |iiital for treatment Presumably fthe short > stood twenty-first. , . - --- -. siwi^t smoke fits in with the jazz ;more we also seem to lie .worlviiig • these heart-to-heart talks, she; hae age. To a noticeable extent it harder. been Uble, in that iliiie, to iniluce parallels the onward march of wo-[ —_— ... i noi <ou'p1e« to "havo another tr.V." man. Whether the doctors have; .Mrs. Kliott —Lynn, the woman I .—j—1_ " bowed to the spirit of the age or flying'ace of (;real, Uritain. . lias | An engineering corjroration'^has ISegtnning at 10-oelock*a. m.. llie following described property: to registry:. £•' • ' htiifer ' Altoona fibune: During the past month, at least a half dozen people have asked us what kind of looking men the Freddnla editors are. We' always answer that "they, look like the devil, but are pretty good fellows." Some day we are going to rent a room and get these editors. Hudson and Oil- more.,In "it and charge an admission for the people to see them. It will be worth: the price, tvhatever it Is. ;. "The court will take this case under advisement for two days ^and then It will render a declsloii In favor of the plalnllff," runs the old story'. And. that Is about the way the American nnhllc feels Improved working conditions, high- abpu* Hickman, the degenerate er pay, better homes, more attractive schools and churches and youth who kidnaped, murdered and mutilated Marian Parker. Let recre.itlon f.ncllilies. the growltr;hlii he given a falrjlrlal .^nd then of personnel ^Ippnrtmenls to stndy irjiackly and quietly' executeil. BU/OTKI OFF 'eour ME A'I.\- -TM -TIME^ LOOV<'. MA — -Too LA:!-/ <* WAPSH A PAKJ 'Ki LOOK NAmur^ SHE'S VA/ARMVNJ' OP A GAM O IM BtHOLO .MAJ BEROLO 'iHE. (J^iF»Kil^^ED MA ^reR- P .ieCE.. VARiETY— I^KE VOUR Cmo \CE—VNEOCi^> HEXAGrOrsj, o9LOKlGr SOUARE AMD MALF ROUMO. TVVH'OT" OFF VOUR CHOICE, -lH\ArS HOVKi HE Cor^ BREAD. CKOP$,^ VMVTHTHE BACK'BONE ^:^f LEFT »M. GET |0P VH V^tAO ACHE'S GOME. ' 4 llK,tD OK H0B.SK.S --On) black I.vears old. c :=;;ible to regi mare, 8 ,.v;eara.old, in foal bj^ horse ' head of short" yearling weight >,'3e0:' 1 gray mare. ^ .vears calves; n fall heifer calves, j" old. it Ipal by welghj 1.300: j « IIKAI) OF HOU.S— Oinj black 1 pair* "matched yearling Alt .s. Poland China sow, will faijrow in 22 fH-:.\U OK C.\TTLK -OnCjiwo weeks: l black Polaiid China . Jersey Sow 4 years-old. wili'' .sow. will farrow in one Iniimth;. 1 en In tv ^o weeks; 1 Holstei^ cow .'i; red .sow. will farrow: in one iuonth; years olvl. giving ."? gallons ij *r day: 3 gilts, weight 200 lbs. eachJ , will fregien .March 1st: ijjer .seyi K.\1»I l.'»IPLK.MEXT5<. KTC«- cow. 6 ^ears old. giving 2 gallons One lariii wagon: 1 nearly new per day^ .will freshen'Januijr'y 15; ^ corn binder; 1 nearly new mowing 2 Holst^tin heifers, will freshen >in machine; 1 nearly new sulky jdow; • spring;-^ fat heifers, weight 700 1 hay rake; 1 disc harrow; 2 set.^ Ibs .'eacTj; 1 Red Poll cow •( years, farm harness: 1 cream separator old.'giving 2'/i gallons pi^?- day ' nearly new. Other implements toe win fr«^hen February 1; 1 *Uuern-• luiinerou-; to mention. sey co \?;.'i years old, will .freshen I riUCKK .V.S- One hundred' and Februat-/ 1; 1 Guernsey J-ow ."uliftv Rhoije Island Red:hens, years oKl. giving 2 gallons pVr day ! KKKD -t )ii>- stack .of hay; l."i will fryjhen .lanuary 2."»; li Roan- i tons of hay in barn; li>0 bushels of . Durhan ?'cow years old. will'fresji- j kiiflir corn; 17.'» bushels of corn" in en Febjjiury 1; 1 Guernsey'lnill 2'crib TK $.il."< r .V.SH If eredifK i/e.slreil «ipr your lociil bunker. .No properly to3 )e renioted nntil settled for. prop- Ckrance Watson, Owiier PKOPLK'.S .ST.VTE B.4XK. Merk. rOI- Jfil). S .MOrK. .iorlfoiicer. L^Mh .Served by. Ihe CHrWhin Laille>''.Vid oi .Moraii, Kansas. Persistent coughs and: colds lead to serious trouble. You canplop them now with Creomulsion, an emulsified,creosote that is pleasant to take. Creomul­ sion is a new medical discovery with ' two-fold action;! it soothes and heals the inflamed nMJmbranes and inhibit* germ growth. Of all known drugs, creosote is recognized by high medical authorities as one of the greatest healing agencies for persistent coughk and -colds and :otfaer forms of throat ironhres. Creomulsion contains, in addition to creosote, other^ healing elements! which soothe aiid hea}'. the infected membranes aniT'stop the irritation and inflammation^ while the creosote goes on jto the stomach, is absorbed into the ^lood. attacks the seat of the trouble and checks the grawtfa of the germs, | Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfa^ lory in the trqitment \ of persistent coughs and colds, bronchial asthma, bronchitis <nd oiher forins of respira- .dry diseases, ana is excellent for building up lire system after colds or flu. Money refunded if any cough or cold !• not relieved after taking accardiag to directions. .\sk jour druggist, (adv.) Tfl#S. H. BOW.U.S, PresMent G. K. BOWLTS, CasUer j^len Coi\nty State •• Z;i ' • llJLl, SiNSAS -1^ Establlsbedta Quarter of a Century Coital Stock . $. .30,000^0 smius ....:. ........ ioo,ooo .oq befosits 1,000,00^0 iXTfl^Esf PAh) o.\ TIMJE DEPOSITS StAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR KEXt Bro.wns .>>« Loealhtn., lOS E. .Hadlson. , Fhwt Door East of Dmi; .Store. Phone 17C tJRWiLtiAM> i tSIABtlSftD ITil E. t. HORmiE, President A. ^.' BECK , Vlce-Presfden^ F. 0. BESSOX, Cashier E. D. LAM), Asst. Cashier HARRY S^IVELY, Asst. Cashier - \ i )LA S%AtE BANK ;^ WE PAY INTERpT ON TIME DEPOSITS Coital Stock .1............. $50,000.00 Si;|plus .....:.., . .$43,000.00

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