Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 13, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, February 13, 1933
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THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY-13.-1933. PAGE THREE f PRESIDENT-ELECT ROOSEVELT VISITS BAHAMAS - Miss Olive New k entcrtalnlngr ' Miss Pern Hunter of, Ghanute .i Thornton Cox left Saturday aft(fr- noQn lor Waverly to be with hia par­ entis,'Mr. and Mrs. WiUlam .Cox. who are ill. j —Good Plumbing protects the •health of the family. Call lola -"Plnmblng Co. Phone 1175. | Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freeman jof Humboldt were in lola Saturday on business and for a brief visit with Mrs. FYqd Woodin. j ; We Have Beautiful Flowers for • Valentines Now is the .season—Roses, Tulips' : •Jonjuils. Carnations, Snapdrag- : ons, Frisia, Ca Lla-Lilies. Etcl : Special Prices. i : i lOLA GREENHOUSE " ' Phone 101 . R. U. Fi-y, who has been in tola the past few days on buslnes.s, returned Saturday to his home in Ada. Okla.. While here he was the gu^st 1 of hii parent.s. Mr. and Mr.s. C. E. Pry and other relatives. j : —Trut> tS" Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton O. Lasater and their daughter Fernella, North- rott, were giu'sts Saturdaiy of Mr. /Liisatcr's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. f*. Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. William Krause re- tm-ned last_nieht from a week-epd visit with relatives in Kaasas City. Anv Suit, Dress or Overcoat "Ch'ftnfd and Pre.s.sed •35e- Mrs. Bornlce Steele of Chanute was a week-end guest of Miss Roberta Ralston and of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wiggins spent Sunday with Mrs. Wigglns's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Taylor, who live near Neosho Palls. Our 25 and 35 Cent Meals are enough better than the average to be really unusual Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Phone 790 Mrs. R. I. Mather went to Topeka Sunday to Ix; with her mother, Mrs. M. R. Day, who is ill. ; The Zoe' Atchison union .of the W. C. T. U. will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ira B. Prantz. GAS RANGES New shipment just arrived. Latest designs and colors. Trade in your old as first pay. Easy Terms—Free Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 ABKE.SON CLEANERS : Phone 105 .: One Day Service If De.^ircd : Mi.s.s Vivian Rlggs had as her KUONt for the week-end Mi.s.s Cocelin Ko))per.s of Humboldt. ~ -Hnny T. Cook of Toprka* spent i lliT' wi 'ck-ciHl Willi hi .s piirciits. Mr. :IIK I Mrs. K. h Cook. ; . i A .sk for • I ' FAIU .MONT UE CKEAM ! It's pur|f, delicious, tasty Individual Molds ; for evei-y occasion :\Iade in Ida from .\l\en county products • I • : William Riley, brother of Mrs; C. : E. Lehman gf lolti. i.s critically. ill ; with' pneumonia at his home in Albuquerque, N. M., according to wprd rec^'ivpd here Saturday. Mr, Riley ; formerly lived here. I". —• • -^Dr. H. L. Lacy. Office • over Brov.-n's Dnis Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. 'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klein visited i Sunday with their daughter. Mrs. , Lewis Drake and family in Hum• 'boldt. 'William Clark, who has been a } guest of his brother. I. E. Clark and ,"• Mrs'. Clark the week, returned ; Sunday to his home in Mound City. CIGARETTES : I : Camels, Old Golds. Luckies and Chesterfields —2 pkgs. for 25c— • hREENE'S CASH GROCERY : MiJis Mildred Nelson returned Sunday evening frotn Elsmore where she spent the week-end with her sisters, Mrs. Wllbort Setterstrom and her family, and Mrs. Roy Johnson : and her family. NON-STOP FLIGHT RECORD IS THEIRS Mr. and Mrs. Howard O. Abbe announce the birth February 11 of an 8-pound daughter, whom they have named Beverly Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Fontaine entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strawderman and their children, and Mrs. Dora Strawderman, at dinner Sunday evening. Attention Teachers. -The Register Job Department will now be open, during noon hours and Saturday afternoon.s. Mr. and Mrs. D. M Bennett and their daughter Lorene visited Sunday nftcnioon with Mr. and Mrs. Mart Ben.son, who reside southwest of Humboldt. D. E. Herman, who ha.s been a guest In the homo of Mr. and Mr.s. ; D. D. Long the few days, left 1 Siiturdav evening for his home in .Pittsburg. BRAKES RUINED Winter brings an added strain on the brakes—more stopping. j more jamming on the brake ! pedal. Have your; brakes test- , ed. adjastcd, or relined today. j Be Sure! Be Safe! j SHELLY MOTOR CO. i • 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 | I Mrs. Archie Cuppy left this morn! ing for Chicago where she will be the ' guest of her sister, Mrs. Robert Che• zem and her family. { Mr. and Mrs. J. Merle Bollinger of I Nevada. Mo., visited Sunday with ] Mrs. Bollinger's parents. Mr. and \ Mrs. C. A. Hubbard, who reside -south of town, and with Mr. Bollinger's parents. Postmaster and Mrs. C, O. Bollinger. I —New Spring Suits, Coats, Dress- I PS. Hats ahd accessories arriving [ daily at Ra!m.says. ! Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Holcomb of Neosho Falls and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Reynolds attended the automobile show Sunday, at Kansas City. Mrs. W. M. Meek and her son Richard of St..Joseph, Mo., are the guests of Mrs. Meek's father-in-law and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Meek. . sHaNvaio axvH xno pjaiuRiBno Tiio/A. nv : Ol 'lS s^nanuBO \ T— 062 — : possoia paB P3U88IO XnnjTintjaa : : 'siBOO 'ssssajQ 'snina sAva ajoiv OJAX i\vO aivs •Victor Brown, a clerk in the M & M grocery, who has been illthe past two weeks, is reported improving. ML?s Reglna Stelmel. who lives northwest of town, .spent the weekend with M1 .S.S Lola Belle Jewctt. FLOWERS The Modem Valentine : Righto! She'll be your Valentine if you send her a smart. : yet inexpensive, bouquet of : ,: Fresh Cut Flowers Phone 1066 ODOR GREENHOUSES : We Telegraph Flowers Mr. and Mrs. Lem Johnson and Mrs. Harry Ace of Emporia, spent Simday v\th their parents Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Glover, arid their sisters Mrs. Grover Menzie andiher family, and Mrs. L.; C. Lott -and her family. Mrs. Glover is quite ill. Cabinet choices—economic problems—w^ar debts—any of these may be the center of the musings of-President­ elect Franklin D. Roosevelt (upper left) as he peers into the sea from the rail of Vincent Astor's yacht, Nour- mahal.'at Nassau Harbor. Shown in the harbor is the palatial yacht which carried Roosevelt on his cruise to the Bahamas and (in the foreground) is the Malolo which was used as the Presldent-eilecfs fishing boat. SISTER /^RY'S The . long distance non-stop • flight record held by the Ameri- 'cans. Riis-sell Boardman and John Polando, has been broken by J 'Squadron Leader O. R. Gaylord (upper) and Flight Ueut. G. E. . Nicholetts (lower). They started .from Cranwell, England, and as , ; they pa,ssed over Zesfontein, Ov- amboland. South Africa, they had ttCcomplLshed 5,210 piflcs in the air. ; The former record was 5,012 miles .from New lYork to Istanbul, 1]ur- Regular meeting of Veterans of Foreign Wars Tiiesday night at Memorial Hall. Valentine party afterwards. C. B. Crick, Comm. Miss Elizabeth Riggs, who has been ill the past two months in the Bell Memorial hospital at Kansas Cit.v, is improved and was permitted to leave the hospital a few days ago. She is staying at the home of her sister Mrs. E. E. Epling in Independence. Mp., until able to return h(5me. CIGARETTES Camels. Old Golds. Luckies and Chesterfields : —2 pkss. for 25c— GREENE'S CASH GROCjERY ": BY SISTER MARY St:.\ Scivico Writer A LTHOUGH food value in tlie terms of calorics, jniuernl con- stltueiitH and vliamin content I H of primi! Importance In tlio planning ot iiH'MMH, the c'tUn of;tli() various lofKl.s cliosen lor' serving enters Into tlu' Kcner.Tl nchenie of tliillBS- Try visiKili/.hiK your nicniis as ynii read llieni over. Foods of contrast In^' c')l<ir nsually combine ex- cpllcnl ly hecaiise the color contrast" bei-peiiii.s cf|n(r;ist ;iIso In flavor JUH I texture. If you .see the menu in your "nu'iid's Cyo" as you plnn it, you will lind a new in servin.? it. Ill tliis (lay of Cfilored linens n)ul ;;!a.'^.-o.-;, the family luncheon nr breakfast table can be made a veiital)le pi(ture. Yon yniirself inny lie tlie only one at the tabic v.h() f'llly appreciate.s the color ef; feet, lint evi-ry meml)er of the family, blimlly, ' p<ivbap.s, will enjoy iw's meal more than n.^-'nal. Someone lias said that "the eye does half tlie eatiiifr." Coiiseiiuently. a tlie eye i.s plf-a.^ed ihe ,n));)i-tite is sure to be wlieited. 'Die folhnviii.u lunclieon menu is 1 for a siin|)b' i)u-al. bin it is color-1 ful a.ud (lifers opiioriunity for ex- perimeni; f're.Tm of spinach soup, crou -i tons. Knslish monliey, jellied tomato sijlail, ;;in;;i,ibread waffles, inir,<. fi'a. . ('ream of spiaacji soup is made by I'orcini; cooked spinach throuKh a (olander and comblnini,' the sifted spiuacli with a well seasoned thill sauce. The result is a delicate »rrreu puree. Tin? golden brown of liie croutons adds a warm tone il is repeated in the next course. English monkey is made with a Rood hard cheese and this fin- Tomorrow's Menu imEAKPAST: Chlllod tomato juico, cijrcal cooked with raisins, milk, crisp broiled bacon, oven toast, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Corned beef linfli with diced beet's, grnpe frult'and urcen popper salad, baking powder biscuits, trcHh maple sirup, milk, tea. nrX .MCR: noast shoulder nf pork, browned sweet po-* (atocs, glazcfl apples, broccoli with hot mayonnaise sauce, home-made relishes, prune whip, milk, coffee. ishcd dish is-a iicartening golden color. or course the •jollied tomato .ealart is a dark red. Served ori vivid green siiredded leaf lettuce with a Kolden mayonnaise, the effect is colorful and InvilinK. The rich brown of the waffles with their sauce of sleaming whipped cream adds the,.. touches to the meal. (.Mn-iorbread Waffles One cup molasses, 5 tablespoons shorteniiiK, 1 teaspoons soda. ',i cup sour' milk, 1 egg, 2 cups pastry floui-, 2 teaspoons ginger, M teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon baking powder. Mix and sift last four dry ingredients three times. .Heat molasses and shorti.iiing to the boiling point. Uemove from heat and beat in soda. Add sour milk and jegK well beaten. Mix well and add jJi-y jngt-edionts. Stir until smooth land bake on a hot waffle Iron. •Serve hot with whipped cream lightly sweetened and flavored iwith vanilla. Miss Pauline Billbe Is Ul with influenza. Mrs. L. W. Slnmions is confined to her bed with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Conklln of Wichita visited Mrs. Conklln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Corr, over the week-end. —Pol- Sale: Dr. Mitchell's Pontiac Coupe, household furniture, office and medical equipment.—Arthur L. Mlddleton, Admr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Crook and their children of Humboldt visited Sunday with Mrs. Crook's mother, Mrs. J. R. Stewart. Mrk. L. B. Lamons returned Saturday evening from a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Walls, and Mr. Walls, in Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Walls brought her home by motor car, returning to Wichita Sunday night. Quality Has No Substitute! I . Ask the housewife who ases : Delicious Bread. She will tell ' : you it is a richer loaf of bread and none so good. Buy a loaf at your grocer or lOLA BAKERY 120 E. Jackson Phone 502 Mrs. Dora Strawderman will have as her guests Wednesday evening I Miss Margaret iHeiman of Plqua, and I Mr. and Mirs. Ben Adams and Wayne j Bliss, who resicle west of town. J. W. Kesslnger, who has been 111 with Influenza the past week at his home, is reported improved today. THEVRE HERE —Very latest Electric Washers. Standard makes. Lower prices. Free tubs. Terms. We trade. Curtis' Furniture, 10 N. Washington. Mrs. J. P. Setterstrom and her daughter Mrs. C. A. Swiggett re7 turned last evening from a short visit with relatives in Elsmore. They were accompanied home by ^ Mrs. Setterstrom's brother August Stromberg, who will be their guest for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. »«arion Green went to LaHarpe today to attend the funeral of Mr. Grerti's grandmother, Mrs. Charity Barker. • W. Wood and Louis Burger returned last night from Kansas City where they attended the autom(*Ue show. I ! —Ask those whom we have been privileged to serve. Sleeper Mor- ^luary. Miss Gladys Drake, en route from Lawrence to her home in Bronson, stopped in lola last evening for a brief \isit with friends. Card of Thanks. —We wish to express our sincere appreciation for all the kindnesses shown us during the illness and loss of our dear mother and grandmother; also for the beautiful flowers.— Mrs. Eva Thompson and family, Mrs. Grace Lawrence and family, Mrs. Milo Denny afia family, Mr. Ben Graham and family, Mr. W. L. Sproul. 6. R. Card and his daughters Misses Lucille and Catherine spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. George Gard in Kansas City. George Gard is a son of G. R. Gard. New Printxess COATS and SUITS Arriving dally. See these New Spring Creations THE LEADEK The following lolans will go to LaCygne Tuesday to attend the funeral of Thomas Vezle: Mrs. Lydia Davis, Mrs. Laura Buttram, Mrs. Florence Longshore, Miss Ella Vezle, the Rev. and Mrs. N. L. Vesde, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sawyer. Thomas Vezle was a brother of Mrs. Davis and the Rev. Mr. Vezle. Paul Foust attended the automobile show yesterday at Kansas City. The following lolans attended the automobile show yesterday at Kansas City: Earl MlUeri Clarence Wolf. Lewis Wolf. Engene Bagnall. and William Oliver. ; —Northcutt Taxi, prompt Service day and night. iPhone 66<!. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Maddox announce the birth February 12 of a 7-poimd daughter whom they have named Maiy Pern. •—Tyepwriters, $15.00 and up. Williams Typewriter Co. Harold P. Smith, circulation manager for The Register, went to Kansas City this morning, to attend the annual meeting of the mid-west circulation managers association. He will return Tuesday evening. Wilbur Ma^rtln returned Friday evening from' a week's business and pleasure trip to PhilUpsburg and Wichita. Cliff Higby, who has been a guest of Mrs. Patti Eakln and her son arid of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Mather the past few days, left yesterday for :ii short stky in Kansas City before r^- tiUTilng to his home in Encampment. Wyo. R. E.- Jack.son of Neo.sho Falls drove to lola Sunday, returning in the evening accompanied by Mrs. Jackson, who has been visiting tlie past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duffey, who live of town. You proballly have something yoii want to sell and the best way to let the tiebple know about It Is through Register Cla.*nfled AdR ; 5 Gallon iGa.s KK/^ Taxes paid L (Not cheap 3rd Grade) " Vine Oil & Gas Co.' SU^tc and Lincoln Kts. , lola, Kas. daliy via the Santa Fe to ' ^32li2 California I and Arizona-One Way J •Mrf la (ttalr Corji and CMdiM ^^1 The new, free redlniiiiB chair <pr* on the Santa Fe ^ I proTide comforta never be rore afforded our • • ehalr car batrona. Indies* lounge and smoking' I room,with comfortable wicker cliaira. Also waah-: I room for men. Operated from! Chicago and Kan- • oaa City daily without change. 100 pounds free' | baggage allowance—and liberal atopovera. I Pnd Honwf fvach room: and dining raoau lovs fwi avniy- I PordMafliplMMcioO-. ig j. F. DICKENSHEETS, Affcnt. iltghHy lilghor faro good I A Tevrbt etaepw —pin* kwMi cKorgsw Sama fan Eatfliovnd. lOLA Phone 37 KANSAS Miss Garnet Case, Miss Vera Fisher, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beaty were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Long. MLss Ida Barnhart, and Jolin Bamhart. C. A. Japhct, formerly of. lola. who suffered a paralytic stroke a few weeks agio at his home in Seneca, Ls much Improved, according to his .son B. C. Japhct. who resides south of town. FRYER BROS. GROCERY T. N. T. Laundry Soap, 1-lb. bar, 0 for 22c Lake Pish, nice size. 3 for 10c Toilet'Paper. 5 rolls 19c Pineapple. No. 10 can Crushed..42c Star Flour. 48-lb. sack, guaranteed. Special, Tuesday only 60c Phone 401 Miss Minnie Feebler, home demonstration agent, spent Sunday with Miss Mav Balzer, who lives near lola. Mrs. Frank Rutledge arrived yesterday from southeast of Chanute to take care of her mother. Mrs. Isabelle Robertson, who received painful bruises when she fell in her home Sunday morning. SAME PRICE iotki/ AS 42 YEARS AGO 25 ounces for254 Owen Paul. Qf Parsons, was visiting old lola friends today and made a pleasant call on The Register. He reports that his father has not been In the best of health for the past two or three months, but seems now to be Improving. Owen Is In the accounting department of the Swift lumber-'company at Parsons and his father Is engaged In the milk distributing business. BAKING POWDER ECOMOMICAL AND EFFIOENr DoubUTested/ DoubkAH'mi/ MILLIONS OT POUNDS USE D BV bun COVE RXf'^F NT • Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bennett and their daughter Miss Ruth Bennelt spent Sunday at Humboldt as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Clover. Mrs. Clover is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett. Any Dress, Snit or Coat Cleaned ahd Pressed 35c Let us Clean and Repair all those old garments now! SPOTLESS CLEANERS Phone 797 111 W. Madison Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chezem and their children Lerby and Cleta Jean left this morning jfor their home in Chicago after a two-week visit with Mrs. Chezem's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Arbuckle, and other relatives, j THEN HELL BROkE LOOSE! Dance!. Dance! Dance! M. W. A. HALL Tuesday, Febmary 14 Music by Masical Doctors Admission 50c Raymond Wagner returned Sunday from Paola where, he has been convalescing at the home of his sister Mrs. Charles Stateler, since leaving Topeka where he underwent two operations at the S. B. A. hospital. /^Yv^v ^ut more iuNSHlNE days on ydur calendar ;• The Big Drive' Is a wonder- i fui record of great historical I and educational value. Person- i \ ally, I should like to see it again." K. \ BOB FIFE, I American Legion. ••It was great! I deem It a splendid, effort to present the utter futility of armed conflict m the settlement of national' disputes. That it be favorably considered for performance in lola is earnestly hoped for—I should greatly like to—see- it again!" ' •VSr. PERHAM. Troop A, 114th Cavalry!' (Watch this space tomorrow.) JRovT many days in the month do you feel your Iwst? : You can ( add to these sunshine days by \ simply j obeying nature's laws. The first of these la'ws is reg- I ular elimination. Avoid common ; constipation by eating a delicious I cereal. Tests show Kellogg's A LL- j B RAN furnishes "bulk" to exercise the intestines, and vitamin I B to help aid regularity. Ali- I B RAN also contains twice the iron of an equal weight of beef liver. The 'Tsulk" in A LL -B RAN is niuch like that in leafy vegetables. How niuch more pleasant than pills and drugs—so. often habit-forming. Sen-e as a cercai or use in cooking. Directions on the rcd- and-green package. At all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. A Statement By Carol Hoyt A.s a candidate for re-election a.s Commissioner of Finance for the City of lola, I feel that the citizens of Ida should know how I stand on various matters of importance now facing the city officials and the public. It has come I to my attention that I have been ^misquoted on several occasion.'^, with ;the result that my attitude on city affairs is greatly misunderstood by vsome of the voters. At this time I have completed almost three years of service in the office to which I seek re-election; so I feel qualified to make statements and pledgies which I know can be carried out. I seek re-election at'the urgent request of dozens of friends and taxpayers, because of my record as Finance Commissioner during these three years. Primarily my campaign for re-election is based on this record. Any voter may check my statements by making inquiry at the city office, as all city affairs are open to public inspection. Except for the citizens who make up our city, the greatest asset lola has is its municipally owned utilities. The possibilities of building a larger and better city through the successful operation of utilities has not been appreciated by a great many people in the past. Legally, gas, water or electric departments cannot be owned by a city if operated at a loss, so I am in favor of fixing a rate for these services that will place each department on its own feet, permitting the city to retain ownenship of utilities for the benefit of the people of Tola. Perhaps you do not know that the state liws stipulate that any public utility owned by a town or city must be sold if it is continually operated at a loss. I am definitely opposed to establishing utility rates .so low that the sale to a private corporation of any department I (gas, electricity or water) can be forced. This can be accomplished if the rates are ^not high enough to operate the department without loss. During my term of office, the city tax rate has been reduced from $1.98 per $100.00 of assessed valuation to, 75c. This reduction in rate has been rnade in .spite of the fact that during the three years I have been in office the as.sessed value of property in lola on which we may levy a tax has been reduced over $1,100,000.00, or over 20 per cent. This means that where, three years ago we assessed the taxpayers $19.80 per $1,000.00 for the expense of running the city government, we taxed them this year only §6.00. This has meant a large saving to every citizen of lola- who owns a piece of property, or a house full of furniture, or even an automobile. Does anyone •within the city recall another three-year period during which the lola city tax was reduced a similar amount? Our accomplishment in this' respect has attracted national attention. With the 1930 tax, $106,291.74 was raised to carry on our city government, not including paving a.4.sessments, etc., but with the 1932 tax only $3i;687.50 was raised for this purpose. The bonded' indebtedness of ;the city on April 1, 1930, was $503,494.03; on January 1, 193.3. it was $310,145.08. and on December 31, 1933, it will be $251,.036.61. Even though we have asked the citizens of lola for much less tax money than before, we have carried on our city government as usual, have put'a stop to increasing indebtedness and, indeed, have almost cut it in half, have placed our gas, water and electric departments in better shape than they •were, have increased our annual depreciation allowance on these three departments, and have .spent about $6,000.00 a year for the last two years in Jabor alone in the replacing of gas mains for the benefit of the unemployed of Iqla and the city as well. This record clearly shows my attitude on economy and efficiency in government and I feel it is much stronger than any campaign promise in this respect. My only per-sonal desire for re-election is to continue this program. I regret that my attitude on utility rates ha.s bfeen misunderstood. Instead of being opposed to reduced rates, I am very; anxious to see the time when lola will have the lowest rates of any city in the middle west, and firmly believe this will soon be the case. I- have never wanted the utility rates reduced at the expense of the taxpayer, and do not at this time, but I believe that within a short ,time a large reduction can be made in the utility rates if the present program is continued. It is my hope to remain in office another term, as I am confident that within two years at least we can have not only a lower utility nUe, but a city practically tax free as well. We are now working on .some matters that may make it po.s- sible to accomplish this within a year. Our utility rates are now much below the average, but when we get them down to the lowest of any competitive city, and also get the taxes almost eliminated we will then be in a position to .attract new industries and new residents as well. This will help . every laborer, property owner, and merchfint in the. city.. I am not a "wa^e cutter." By that I mean that I do not believe that the only way to run an organization economically is by exjiecting the em­ ployes to work for the least amount for which they can be secured. I be'^ lieve in paying a living wage'. Reasonable wage reductions are expected undeij present conditions, and mo.st_ of the city employes have had two cut.s.; The city wage scale should not be reduced further at thi.s' time, but the efficiency of the employes should be watched continually.' I am filUy aware of unemployment conditions in lola, and have always done my .share as a citizen to help in this respect. The cityi should co-operate to relieve this condition, and I am in favor of continuing the policy of allowing the unemployed to work 'ioiit utility bills. I am in favor of creating any new work that will give • employment \vhen it can be done with .some benefit to the city. Signed, . • . CAROL HOYT, Candidate for Re-election City Commissioner of Finarice. (Political Advertising.)

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