Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 12, 1928 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO THE TOLA DAILY RKdiSTl-JU. '111U Its I KAY I^jy^NlNg JIANUAKY 12, 1928 LAHARPEAND ITSCITIZENS SiMinJrni Alteiiil Line I 'urlj l" i Si-p lipii liiir. CliJirllp SlPt^iirt I n«li'nr(n-<i 0 |i«-ni(li*it. IMMUNIT^Y Wl.NTKIt nOOIJLAMI Is on Ihlsj ihf place I IK'UKI HK :' ilinislii's fliu^'. Thel»-i jewelfd notes itiOes of ilawn? Where It-ai'-stir and tiic u winu Was rapiuri-y ' * Xow i of sky! Jji (irawii This hill in lliin coid linos; irei- truuk:-. sit AgaiuKi lilt .sno\\-. i:t<U- oiii a hazi »ii«ifess if> Bridite.Cliih Mrs. C. .Ij rallspn, of r)20 South .IpffeiKoii avi'niic. was Iiostfss to I ill- niembprs of lior 1 ri.siiip himl two fiiu'sts yestt'nUi: afternoon i!! her iioin*'. Tin- giiostsj were .\Ir>;. Cilherl Reeves and .vjlr.s. Howard i jn.i. Hen lliir. Qnltj. ^iiUer. Jlr;:. <i. <". llubei! was Kiven I he: who weve \inalipl ;o I .Mrs. 'Opal .MiU-Iic'lI.) LAHAIU'K. Kan/., .fail. 10.—Seven Jeeiiineinber.s and friends of the !'i)iiai!it-5i Snnda.v .«ehool eUL-^s m-i.le a line jiarty at tlie Kiite tlieaiir t'li- afterno'in !o .-ce ;'ie a niini- Ko iliisj - Of'frostod bleath: a .-guinelV .-^il-j •> •> •: jioueiti-' iUirlli .\iinoiiiifeiiieiil Returns tin' lielulaint) of liinmry 1 <Mi: and .\Ir.«. f. ' jays. • hiKh seore favor. J iiafteraoon will aiteinl ilie iiie!:; i'he members attending were: ..-lio-.v. Those goiiiR this af!ern !K )n II.! .di.M. (".rover, .Mr.--. \V. .S. Koe.s,' were; -Mr.-. \V. !).| W<ioiI. .Mrs.. •": \i:s <:. C. Iliiljer. Mrs. K. I><-ilsl;i. I tJi-orK"- Kne. .Mrs. l ,i ?oi:a .Miir»-i.-on. into I Mrs. Chas. Hoelil and Mrs. A. i'. .Mrs,-Willis Kerr. M|-s. Ore.n Ilart- lUrJgliain. ley. Mi.-s Kffie KtOvensoa. .Miss rab- A TTOX traek follows WIIM e a blt^ went :AlonK the' frozen streajii. I licre an owl "Stt^pped inoii.se trat-ks, wilii its • tuloiiii' cUitcheil. and bent On Bnow-criisi: inri.' tracks show- how weasels jiniwl Jn 'WldoneUr lirde^. ' " * Kro'-i creep-s here below - For roo*^ • • • > d.cjH-i than I! • i I —Olep' •. .• ;; Ill- New (••ara r::rla.^-;-a. .Mrs. Homer Tror- ell. .Mrs. William Daughcjty. .Mrs. j L. Hoyi an-, {falpli Harki r. .Miss i.ii<y .Iiiry. ; >!i:n(C the Wrlh of a •'on Th irs-; .Mrs. I". K. I'ariier. Mrs. i': T. Ham- i day morning. .laii!i:;ry 1-'. wtiomti nn i. ,\rrs. F. K. Wood. .Miss Kuih they have named .lohn C'arrolll' .Myers. .Mrs. Otio Olfes; and Mrs. IJcvt. ! N'ora I.iviiijis^on. a iidssoiiary ijrp] list, ciiiireh liiMje Isvijry "He ir, ctj Mrs. Waller. jCb-owell : . I- irani -Jij the Uap- Sunday; evening, dially iilvitvd. ik! fin- left ! the a' visit in ris is, alili? to .-je^iool r(<om Ithl.s lit all last week ninsy, ansas- .if'ity was (in busini'ss. fell off !.vL>ster(ia5- and is niiii-h froiii .severe eiiiii. Her many may soan lie re- ih.-: i-ls \ anil ! , Gives .Snrprlse for Class Mrs. .Mary I'owell .Smith gtive nU'inbers of her T;irge i I;lss of ^; .-ind boys of the I'nited IJrellireii | Siiinday school a surprise treat la.si : niKhl in the social rooin of Ihej chtircii. 3r. T. T. Luncheon Mrs. Richard Kwihg ami Mrs. II. Ol Rldgewoy were hostesses III till N. E. OF HUMBOLDT .Ian. 10.--Clayton and I .oiS ."^ JV- iiijr are on iln- b'ick list. .Mr. and .Mrs. ("liarles poepUe ;v.re in lol.i: Saturday alternoon. .Mr. and .M).-. Harnbv spent Siin- .\lr tbe home of IIK Btreet A color Kcheiiie of yellow and ^blte was used in the candles, place cards and nienu There were covers for; .Mrs. .1 P. Kohler, airs. A. Jl li.io.v. .Mi>. Lu G. Bowker. Mrs. .1. i>\ .\i(:li. .Mrs. G. C. Helvle, -Mrs. ('. M. Tlionip son, Mrs. J. W. Ueym.ld-. .Mrs ICd Sutherland, Mrs. 'I". S. lirei ken- ridge, Mrs. J. V. lioberls. .Mis. .1 F. Swonger, jr.. .Mrs. II. H. Sh r-i mas, Mrs. Ira D. Keii.-:.. .Mrs r A. Joyce and Mrs. (i. !. (.A • • £ntertaln<i Bridge < Inb Miss Hazel BOWlUS W.r huler-sj to the members of li. r iirni..' dnh ; and two guests ycMt.nlay .111 r-i noon in the Hoiel Iveii.y .Mill; room. Mrs. J. T. Reid renivid Me- IIIKII ! BCore favor. Mrs. r Jl. .Shields i and Mrs. J. T. Reid w-,- •,ii.,>is. | Dinner was served aiui- >:.r<i. i The member.s pieMin u.n ; '• Mrs. J. J. Griffin. Mrs. I' s Mi-.eh-' ell, Mrs, .1. G. Stadler. Mr- I, V. BowIuB anil .Mrs. Fn-d n.-nion. I •- .> <. «j Olres Bridgre Luncheon Mrs. E. E. Harrison entertaiin-d j the memberB of her bridge club and one guest,' Mrs. M. li. Krown- | field, at cue o 'clock lunclioi.ii yts- j . lerday afternoon in her home ;ii : B02 South street. -. •The liiosteES was assisted by lii-i i fiteterB, Mrs. Ora Diinc-m and .Mis ' Herman Tliolen, jr.. in s< i-.in/,, lira. J. L. Hair playd liich score. The club members present w.ie; Jtfri. Laverne .Xortlniip. Mrs. Ktii- neth Foust. .Mrs. .1. I), .Mltiolb.oli. >Ir8. E. H. iliinler, Alrfi. ICmeison TS. Lynn and .Mrs. .1. I,. Hair. • • •:• WomnnV 3lls.sionnr} Society . M «*1 N 'The 'Woman 's Missionary Soiieiy of tho' First Cliristiaii chiiuli imi yesterday afiertiooii in ifie iHnne at Mra. John Stoli'r. Ml Souiii Btreet. .-Mrs. C.' K. Willlains pre ef the bUHlness ineelint; Ml Fraser • was the devoiim.ii -on "Hanils Across the s. .• John Avery' read Col III' the scripture lesson, l.cs-.m to|. j JC8 were: "1 Was a Siraiiu a ,;!i'l| They Took Me In." .Mrs. Harlan! Taylor; "Alotje, but Carrying On." Mrs. L. h. KIser; •nrienial ihri- tlans," a discussion led liv .Mrs, M T. BMnn; "What cru We i,, ; li from Eastern flu isihmiiy • ,;i. H. E. Cravoii: "(iii<iii:ii i ii !i and Sfeward,'<lii|>," and ".M.-irle of One rB'loOd," .Mr-. C.orge ll. le- l>at]gh: "idasteni clinrili Ite.niiy in "Worship and. Mniidiii^'.^." .M-:. '-. A. Barber. -Mr'-^ .1, i.c- Kepiord •vai elected I's Circle iiioihiT. .Mi-^ C. Young i'lilil -Mrs. .1. K. Land were' Charlie Slewari was taken in the: .SI .loini's hospital liii." inornin.i; ; wi:ere he underwent an Lperatioii ' for a;i|ii ti'liciiis a'ld :!S ii ported | ID b^* il.iiir-T as well as could be ; i'.\pi<lii! i;iiicr.v Hilion o!' Ci.:iliiite s[iciii III'-- ( veiiini: wi!h his'ciiui-iM. .Mr^ l|eiii!er,-on .Mirchel! and l'a:iiiiy S:ttiird:iv iS; .Mis Haeln I Clev. n-' ^.1' bir;l>i!;'y and si vei;(I fi e !;d,- .ne planning lo n-nicinber' Ijer jtml oilers may like lo do so. U;o del . \^ .-11 the tiibf-r'iil.-ir hospil.il ;ii ' ^ .\orii n. Kaii'^ac. jTemide. I.AH.Mtl'K. .Ian. 1;!. • . Aio.ili. r j-rv o,- .Mi.-Miuri. iislled llheir sis-;*'*''y UnlorMnale acci,I.„i oiciiii-..l "• I tei- and aunt. Mrs, T.-nipIe. lioin ''"'-'V ^^''i''" I''"'''' ''""I"- •niiirsdav until Satunlav. 'diivin by.Wiliiani Hackney u.,. .\lr.s. iielle Adams visited .'Mrs, '-'riK.'. Uv Mnii I: .a-- driven by ;i C;,rier Hhodos in Hiiinljoldi Sal-•''^'"M Mr, Hackmy was iirdav aflernoon, Cikinc. his niolb-r. .Mrs. C. II. H.i.k- .Mri aiid .Mrs. W. K tliueii-., a.id 'i',io ilie (-|air K-rr hiiiie. IM G/rki-n helj/cd Karl Cerk.-n ' bniclier -Monday, i Mrs. I{el|e!A,lains allended llie "i"-- Til- .coupe wa-; cnintdei. ly ,M, H. S. dill, ai .Mrs. llanna' 'I'liursilay afteriuion: .\lr, and .'\ir-;. ftiisseil .Andriis- U ila.\: Willi Ml: .Mr,-. K'coi-d. he ' . Ml our I-'all .iiiil Winler llal: (';iliror;iIa' i" I'-il^ and velvl- on ^ale lor j ^I j K;ilie , \V.-.rd .md Ward. : ii.l .1. w \.' I. ,'.;.-K"e\,T v.-as 111 iinU' I CO (!, -.lit oii(i:'ii.in lor hernia ai • .Si i;. i.siv Kne llo.va:.!. !,!r:ii.|! Ani- |.:i,-s;i(ioi' lo li.e Cm.id Sl.n'- . Va^ a-k>'il d:.ii:;pai;!t!e iiu.'.'i'i'-i!. t ,H- ;-n:i H..-,iiy | (::"••.••. I. i ••. V. M ^.• :,li!i.l;..'!il!e .-1 , ni ;, I'.i :iU ;i il-l.'ii •.•-I, lIU 'i i< el' i< li ..; eld i' lii .ri -aii '1' III ' • n: n. ' V • , • iiir.m or the i'l'nlsa. (Ikia. i .Mi^s .Man- Itqli • be ,liacl< :in tiu* Aveiik -aHer i,i ilig wiili an allack o| I^-o Griivcr lit 'here Ihihi week .Mrs. .Martha Iv'.Uhum ; her back pondi . sutfering very bruises as tb;- llrie:i<ls hope she ecv: ;-eil, ) , J I .^Irs. l-niie I,iv(ngston enteriain- (li ihe V. .M. cinli Wedne.^ilay aft- iern(>i;n. ' .lanua'ry -1. .Mrs; Mabel .•l.cwnian. '.Miss-.Vlice .\cll -l.ewnian ' inil j.Mi.--; .Iiilia j .iving.stob a.ssi.st- ;(l ihe>hosle^.s, in s."rv;i:» a ~ onr-e luiicji, - (i'liests wei<-: ;s; y. .\Uianv!i and Mi.-s Clava ;;',-ea, .MeUibci i !>r. seat wi-re: .Nliiiiiie ' Steveiiuoii. .Anna Harilcy, Kilie I'eftit'. .N 'eMiie Fowler. Stella it.reen. .Minnie; iHee lunoii. Vina .(ireen. Kditli .lidiiisoa. ,\lic,- Iiich- Milson. .Mab •! i .ev.nuti.. l .tfona .Morrison. KlheJ Y.,:icy. (;laiiys |Laly i;ni| I.utie. Livingston. The next Inieeiiiig wil! \\:- h.ilh ^^t^, VJltii' Fowl. r. on Siiii^li i.Mailt siii-ei. .Jan. fa 17 '!< . i •: , • I W. I! .Mci.aije,!oi' I'.ion'on, Was ,'ll l.;ti|-.upi Wi (inesd:iy and two ar- mm ^ M.ITILOA KKLSO. .Matilda .Moore w-as born at Clar- j cndon. Arkan.sas. .lunc 1.5. Issl and ' passed away at lola. Kansas. .Ian- • uary 9, 1!>28. at the age of 4t; years. i't months and 24 day.s. .At the ag<- of 17 she unite<l wiih the .Methiid-; ist <-bui-ch at Clarendon. Arkan .'ios. j September 1«.: l!ii>!». she was nnii- i ed in marriage with .Aiidrcw Kelso al lier home town. .Mr. and .Mrs. Kelso came to iola about four' years ago and resided tit South I State sti^eet. Funeral services- were lieid by Rev. .1. H. Sowerby. I). 1). ai thir Adams Hesser chapel, and i >i- ternient was made al Highland , cemeiery. i L-I-T-E .Matinee 2.'> and liHc —.\i«jh( 2% and iSOc TONIGHT:A^'D TO.MOKKOW Ui'V ' ,n ; in: set of liJinnr. .'lOl MM- !• 11 in- • I I. ' ..i: :, ll il!;i«-il : n .V; l-:iliolj, i\V.> CiM-Uer I'ei.irile.l in Te.\::s I he ,fir-l ol" (iiir- hariiess ivom • 1 'us wiork III.' -n-eek. v.eiiks vi^ii with his are vpeiiiiina a fi i Anilriiss'.s motic'r, i lore having for .Mrs, .ll iniie .I<ines':iiii| .Mr,; I 'oMi r spell' .Sunday at liie Hroiiur- home. 111 \- ,'o ale' •hill. Ill all illLV 'I'll'- (leiniilisl'ed iiiid .Mrs, . lain; di a ;l!il'il. w '. di,'iioi' • iv! of town, on I 'le III! a nii.^^-ioiiary ineei - llai'kliey siis- (niikeii collar lione, 't'lie il.iiij.'it-ed alioiir Ihi- r:i- '.<". ii :i I I.: ll rih'v ••.i, ''.< b. •! < I ' ni.il .. eili- :• 1 -i:' '.. ri-lf' Iv.l. :II'T a :!i .: I icily, Mrs, ,Miii'ie-.| '•'oinerville. .lirs. Ita Gii-n. ,'.iV-: lto^•• Uroek 'and "dis. .\iina llarMiy • iiieria'ined j llie W |- T C l-'riii;ly ;itii riloon. |f)'.•- . - :;;l.. ':ii. al Mrv Soiiierville's li.:i'|iiliil bi-iiii-,' ,Miss l.elinlc Cieen ~ -ifiiil ilie liiisieK-es jii si-rvlii/f a I Wo io:.';-.,i lunch io niilii- •p. 1 iCiil uif-i .1 railier goodi alt-nil:.If-• Vv ':is in. seiiT desjiite {the .\ Special clinic for curing naiigii- ly/children is to be e...-iahli.-liei! in t,.oudun. To this clinic iiu orrigibK- youngsters, whose anti-soci:ii tendencies tiaffie their parents and school teacher.s, will b- tukeii for. medical and p.sycliological treat- nieht at the hands of expens. Ben Hur WITH Ramon Novarr6 and May McAvoy .No; picture in hisiory !;as ever darcii ;ilienipt tl^ ly Ihrjiling. glanioronsly beaniifnl scenes depicie.l niarkalilc inasterpitce. Tin- ijiiud of man lias never the words to describe even fainlly the graniieni. nui :.:!d avy,' inspiring inoatenis llial pas.s beinre ymir i -y a:lo!ind;:l,g proi.'igiou-; gem, ; -'s'.icclal iiiittliiee at l:l.'> l-'rldaj for all school eliildren slii(leiit>. AdniissiuM i'lV. • C(li>ll\«.'' ,M<»M» VV-nar.v ricki'i.rd-in -My inarvelons- in !!!i,- -re- a •one. ivcd Iiiiii ence in this --Clean white rags Wanted :ii th, Have ii»u a House for Rent? Or for Sale? Want to b»i» Register office; will pay im ih. i anythinj?? Use the Oassiffed CViumns! .1 f. I..-. ,li::: ,\lr. (;ii("^l- were llMa Curler. .Mrs. Airs. Helie .\ilain< sp-ni Tiiiir:-- day evening al Kom il Haniin's, . lleiiry .Saving Weilnesihiy •.viiii his son. Fred. ;ii:d I'aniily, .Mr, and Mr.-, .1, W, Wadiey and '1 .1 1'. :iud .\h^, !l.e,Ai.r Hoiieeuller spent Siiiidny iwilli 'vl:- ;iMd Airs. Fred liulier I ' .loi-n': ho-|iiia! ,!;i,-i nifilil. \\'.:!Ci :i K.iii-oin is vi-iliiig Jii.- ! H'li'enr •. Ill- and Mr:., .\ .N Ifjiii ; MOn al C ri:••!t• . -Xi k . Ihi- we.-t,, ( lii'ii 'i- ,\'.Avni;iii reiiirnid ?o lii, ionie loar i'.ayard y .-=;i .id:i-y, : ;,rii I 1: lev,- day:; vi-it lieie, ,Mis, l.loyii l!ea!liiiiai; iiiidi i-v.'lit ;:-!ia::. ead Colds Relieved , with Vapors ' 7({"^ ' SnuffVicksup '• .. r , ". li. • j ^ aiose or melt pr. ' ' ' ' /taF=ai"--/>v hot" water and ' ;Vw^iia inhale vapolrs New Spring Wash Fabrics A (iUK.\T SHn>.MENT I oion'ni I lie li.w IIMIIV ll ::nil il;ii'ily New guests and present. Trinity « i " Circle IstEi'is met yesi. J. .E. WilMiii Plans were parly durini.' foriv nieic.bersi wenr 1 February, present. in 1 niad the Kighi • - • i . |-i!u;d- . i neiety .. witili .Mrs. narsonjige, ' lor a iijiriot'e fir.-l I'arl of :i !i -Mb' IS ; wi -r- :ii:f' I i-I're: luili; labi ic;i. ii»'\'«-r, lieloi« .-!-on i.niiighl l.irlli 1). ;iill il'iit cii!.o-l!i|-.,' de:-ii;ii . .NKVV SJ'KlNd - iM:!{{Ai.i[;s li.'iMi'fns. v.'ii'il vvitu'. 20c the Yard 'rile very III si iiu.ilily. slaiid- :iri| COUIll, .Mill Uill r'ee I III' plil'lelellce, Urehs Prints (.'ii.ii :iiilp.i ll I'a.-l /-elor i!.:inl V '!|il ing IClMeill 25e S.wA vide, our oy,ii e\clii ..-Lvi liriiiiil l"!liil,i l '.i -\|e"i lllliei prinl:i up lo .Mie llie yd .Si!" u indov* di, play, "Spring Hosiery" •KOSAIM-:" A wiindi'n'iii "'"(IJI Kjrt t.i, liioiied' p.iir iniretUX««J." •ill., sill; pivp -r ihe , knee •lorliint',. i:i I ll - jM V. spring ;li :ii|. ., Ol.ETTK' I'ai. >ill;. ill all llie III « ^ll;lde- ;• mi-iasliioiii d. - e r v i c < '.veighl, H'ceiy p;iir of silk stoekings ^li:!! aiiti I d. i:ii>.iii- |{ro«ii Silk I'iaited Stockings :(t .V.tc Till; I'AIIJ- $1.00 i( i.< U-illl /ir.'il ilis))!:iy ())• K.'-.'cliir^iv'', in lii '-'i '-Mi ;iii ;ifU'ri'/.f. 1 iir-i' u'l'iitii -i''" \ irlon'oti; ciii:)!.!!!.;'. it-n I iic <'l ;ii I 'criti' iii-:i !;i;.- nl 1 ,-it-- workmanship char- di'lig.hled \vilh tht? !i(l iinii|iii(. f.xflii.sivc styling, and ill iiriciii.tr lo fi( (.-Vcvy imr.st! Shop F!;irly! ytiM Wili I 'XJa.M-K'Vi'.-t (-l-t'al idll:-. SEE THE .\Janv clc;)i(-t the hiLosl. .stylo trend. :i i.n 'W liu'ill <A ln-ii vovi <lon oiu' of 1 lu-se new SPRING iCOATS Shi'jmenfs .Just Received WJMtter Coats Wow Selling at Gyeat Price Reductions FINAL CLEARANCE OF ALL WINTER FROCKS | Silk Dresses !rI:!..VI Values Silk Dresses i 1 Silk Dresses 19M j^-Jtl III r2-2:>li \aliicv >it>.7.'. I" *:i."..iMi Valjic}. Our I'ntin' line of Kxchisivo "(iln.s.sy .lean aiiil these ^Hnisatioiial rrifO Ki-ihirtioiisI 'l)f:F;i.V(-" l'..\chi,sivi- v..in',i|- froi I,, .vi.iii;' for fiiiril t-lcaianci' f S.'».75 Pari Wool BLANKETS 7 l\SI SjK'cial M/.i .S:5.(K1 I^iruv C'dtton , BLANKETS in beautiful plaids. $2.50 -J.'-c «aril nide Oiiltiiir Kt.iniMl 'J.'M ' i'lcvl rolitied Cliiillle., wild uaii llie I'arl l .llieii tiMwililiK . , (I.IlilK Hi »;:rii> i.i ('.i.tnini i i itiir jimiid Ulci.clied sliUhcil ti nl. ^IJHt lliMise IJI-CNCN, xpecial l!lc l!tc il.'ic •ISC .vie BIG DlSCotlNT' (tn .MJ I'ursf.si Cimlom .Icvvt'iry, FI nvtjr.sj Win­ ter .'Millincrj and ;Sw'ea(-l t rs. SL'i.") Mcrcerizeil fJlfloiner.<i 1 j_ 89c Furniture Offers Can Be Yours on LIBEI^AL TERMS VIJ^ITORS ARK CORIiI.\LLV I.WITKI) iNHPECT VVITIKHJT ANY OKfJCATION for the Lmng Room ('oiisisiinv- III' SO ini-li (lavi'iipoil, one v.inK tliair. OIM' rl;iii rjiaii- one -IH inrli (iav'eiipor:. lahlr !:lll' .jiinifii' I;i!U|i I 'oiiipli'tc with .shade. .Da'v'enpori .-1111! chairs have ^'iiarafitecfl .spring (-oii.striij-lii'ii tirroii ^i -hinil, ('(i\eiril witli choice Mualily .jac-quani veluur. in hliie ami iaiipe .fir riisc' and taupe eijlor-. revci-se side nl' loo.si' .-(iriiur.eii.'^hions t-o'-cred wjth lape.sti-y, all <iiit;:i(le lo^rk-. covej-id with !)iain vtMoiir. Eight Piece Dining Room Suites $95.00 ; it, Suites compo.sed of GO ijii-h hiiffell. -iO -Ko 'l inch exlen.sion table, hcst {'hair. Con.strueled o! .Anierieaii walnut vtuieer conibinetl wood, hand rubbed .^hailed fini.sh. ' . . - "ive .side chait--;. one with (-hoii-( guni. SALE OF WHITTAI.L RUGS ANf.l.O-I'KKSIANS DISCONTINEI) PATTFrt.NS In a .-^pieiLdid choice of de.sign.s and coloi-.s Whitfall Aiip,'lo-!'er.sian Hit^>^ Regular ?1.'>0.00.' Small. .Medium. I'nu.siial Size Keducetl 9x12 ft. for .. $119.75 22 1.2xr.r) in. 27x54 in. ..i. :56x6;i in. , fixM ft. 9x15 ft. ir-;5x ir, ft. n.xil2 n. in Regularly- ' y:,ir ^',i<-e SlO.Tn .:v<(-o V .SJ6.00 .SI'J.HO - •'S25.00 -S^P.Ofi -- ^ • $97..'iO $78.0(1 ..... $215.00 .^172 00 W>'.>r>li X2I5.0O The I'almer All Wool Whittall Willoii . Regularly .SM.OO, Sale I'rice .S;7<:.nO. A . R . SILEEPER Furnitute Co mi>any ii^

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