Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 12, 1928 · Page 6
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! f !1 •• v.\(\i': SIX THE lOI-A DAH.Y UKGISTKi:. IHURSDAY EVRNING. JANUARY. 12, 1028. Tlip Slitci Thii« Fur The stDiv is hilii in tli<> Imliiili t<'rriti>r.v aiui iiloiiK tli"' KiiiiH.-iH- liordiT in ih>' •so's. wln-n a fiKlil \v:is bciiiK waHOil by tlir ••Hooiii- ors "?l (ir till.- iiiH 'iiiiiK of the tiT- rilorv to si'Hlciiivii'. Chifif iliaiiK'ici*; ;iV'': • TOXV II.MIHIW.X. .iii.himiil ;it v. ;vlu-n liis liiili-i iiiiir- iliTi'ij ift .-i [lokir I'AWNKK llll.l.. .i<lv< iiliirer, Iliilliiii iiil< r|in-l( r ur.ii .•^lloiV- inaii; 'Jf)H CliAIf;. who t:ij<i';< 'Fony to lf(.c ijp nilii'li to IiV(-; TlTl'.S MOOKi;. ouii.r of the. I{:ir:K: .. • RITA MOOHK. liis little tom- l )oy <l:nij;!'.|f r. Wli .'i! Tony i< r., i;ita.;iliii li<T itioificr ilcjijrt fill- \'ir/i)ii ;r aiitl tiip irtiy l<':iiii^ f(.r the liis! lime Jiow iniidi I K - < iiri--; for the litth: . H 'llliiiiiiil. :irn»:.';iiii iii'-s. • lie iiit »s lu loiuit l{ii;i Moore liiKi ;iii(iii)Ji:ini.v- ' I'^vii 'i' Mill aii.I lUKKALO MILL oii .-, v.il.l Avi 'si; shinv four. .\II<!- iiKiiiy .til- vi'iiiiii'-^' he reuirii'• iiii; Hit;i cdnios i):iik for ;i .vi>-il . UK I hr is IlliJiljIe lo liii-Ji lloin ii'>(l;iriilf; liis lovt- I'or 111 i;. When I 'ht- ti;i:tiilly ailiiiils ^h.- i< <'i;.s;iii;' 1 to ;ihol!i. •. In- leav. s tlii- r.ciiiji iiiiil (lisa]!- Wlleil rawll.-.' Itill <p -UMI ^i/.' -i lljs will! ~ho\v. Toliv Vii<-~- uiili :;.Jiiii i; ;iii .vi-.i (••"^•-l;:l .'-ia.'>ii r-.ii.i '.l].-!; I '.iW- 11. I i'.il! vet- a l .-II- : M'ilil l!l<' W'icliila 1 ;iaiiil).- o; ci ;iiun' r<.' • askiiir^' liiiii lo hail lie ••i:i.o!ii- «•('-"' iiiio (lt .l;.liHOita. li-' aiif'is. ' ciiAi'Ti-::: xxxviii. " Vlill ; I 'l-'lllTo \>i- Mr- .. , 11 I MM <•;! 1.11 ilii'-. i.lvliilioiiia liiaiai li' il T LM . 1 hi I M- • )!•• a:.!) I 'a-.iiei- --ai .:!.:i ..-i'. 4 ',-:ili iilliii" ill •.: r!a". iir:;':i, 1 i\.o l.i.iii''" a'.v.tv I 'roiii Vi 'j. lii 'a. a map .•^liri.;.!! o«ii .III lli .ii l -.M..-,-. 'I 'ln:'- rllillnw U|.!|. Ill '.v 1 ilii.Ii-• I 'M II or I il'iilei>: , l!.iy Wry iliiiv all. I iiii-il j'loiH .(•.•.11 .-li.i.|i:i.v^ iiivlii^ in tli... lilli iiliilnitalili- • I a'-. IIV i'.iil Iii;i!!" I ii!iim''.ila' ii .e ; ii :i 'i ai . ii ii-.- .vir.iil -ilirir nil :iti: 'I 1:.- Wi. iiii i BACKTONORMAJy INTOPEKA,KANS. E2NESX LYNN '"i::; Jay House Mortgage Lifter for Sundry Topeka Societies CONGRESS WILL BEGIN CONSIDERATION SOOy OF FARM RELIEFBILLS •mil 111 the niaiid (he confiileiiie of tli< ami who lias the nerve I ihinies to a'slioudowii." ri wiiji an ••liihurali- seslure i h.iml anil raAia-e ISill r -ililelH 'il and twirled 'lis riowiiiK imiflaelie. •••|'hi- ('li"lo(.:ee Slrlji rattleniell. of uluiiiriny lesiieeted frlei^d TltiiK '.Moure I-- oM'." ille older inall .sjll.l IHe^(*6il\. "liavi- tn'cn ilif .<iiini- lilin;; ihio 1{. ill the patii of the ad- voiale.- of liee land. WitllollI tlielll ai.d liieir loljliv. ()l<lii)ioina would he i-eltled lodiiy. I lioni.-." lie addi-d i:eiilly. having iiolieed Tnny Irdwil j at mintioii: if TItiw .\loore'. "yon ; woii't ililiik I have anythInK UK^iIii^t iliini'. '^lill. tlii-v'vi- l (i .».M wclfixli . •till. V. hull. I D: of tlieHi." I' ••.Vol .Mil 11)11 oiniiion trail in iliiaiis. l;ii;." ; . ; ••.\i;iiiiiied. Voii and 1 i'l llleir I'-hi.is nia'-he would "'e doin!; the , s;iiiie thin;;. Soine of my 1 M'S( fii .Miiis ln -iiti; anion;; the Striii ••at- ilennii, ilV ^ioini; to hi- r !KliI funny : to (li-elare open war on llieni." I They rode I'oi' iiianv iiiilej; witH- oiii arioih 'T; word Jietwi-en ^ ihen^. JNeariirj ihe 'iiiiskirl.s of Wichita. : I'awii"|. iiill pres.-jed hi..* • no .M' :'uai!isl ih. jiiiiii; and niotioned for ' T-iay's . alteiil Ion. ••Ill riii:iii/e ihiKi. To'i\aiiil lie lioil.t'(!. la ili>. illHlaike lav a line <if tenin I ami w.i^oTi-^. iiiaii.v of the Initi-r the (ovi-rii! .-< honnt..r wa-^jon.-; of th|' ;iiiii:'..r.j. •iioom r.-." said Tony. -They're !ii .iN-. too. are thi-vt' ••Upliiiii >/ts," lireathed Pawnee r.ili. • "It's llie same in .half a ilnzeil Kaii<a- i;li «Si Tliey ealiie Icr..^ soaie a'; far liaek as four and when they eoiildiilt roiiiised hand they jiL ^r an. I waited. 1 woiidrp loiv'-r tlii.v'I> have lii •iinl ll-eir hrethreii in H IIII lie Well. .•\rkaii.".^a< ^ r • hoHiiilaHty was <MI( 6{ vislliiiK. parly lea.de/s if .[.••A . •I v.. I .I Cli.-iii.^i ( oii|.. I Wo ;iaiip. I'a -.ti .i-i- Hill IV-'lili .1 < i!.'.ii • fiiiiH-, ..Tii 'iy ' li 1 1 ill hi i.'i ! !i' Iiirv ; 1 1 a. iiiu u iili ; "> tiie p.irt lliai - • liii!;.... : Ka -iu i|' • 111 lie- I a. ! liiai -" .f~ I'liiieil Stall.-: i:iiyi -ri C M I'l;.- : M I .-.fi mil. . l\iu: y...irii i .nii .'i. ii till'' leril; iiy Ma <•;. <.ji, tin 'ii 'rlli l.y !!;•• I' ti..ii. .r.M II''. ! ••. "1ai\ ri.-:i.|v :il !c •thi. t'iii.'^ .Mill" Aa! ion. ; il'-: a 'oitilil. Ill- .•.Old.! w-fl - :.' ;, I •.111•:i .'.i _.i l! "I'll;"., ili-;- I ill- 1. :li,., |,.. f| (Ikla- llV pill il I I nlllll. 111.. 111. ir. .Ill •a ! ' : |.. : •.. :i!;<i 111' ti' • a:..I iri 'i 'lf. 1 . '.Ill i:as:iv .\ii- .ill vea's iL-o • 11 (1 r till' I ^I.•|.\•|•l! illll how lljllrh v.: il - fald-.v.lll, >-i<r. . ,•• She liain".-; speed ..^lae!;ein.il. lie ;-'rit up from his ..;eat to ease his iT.iiii'iid .joints. sMetilied wi-arily aiiil haiijiil dou n the liiili. v.:i\i friiin till- ovi.rlie:ul rack. • .Ii:-|i aliiiin llii-re. Tony." ••<lil(k thiiin'i; ;;o!Mo 'he illldi r- lelwi-eli II-." said the voiian- "I'lii lailin.;' into the haek- lonirhl. Tli..y"ll he ijirow- han<|iiet ill your honor :iiiil !n. ip"! 1 II'.- ,illd il lot of r.viii;;. 'iiit I won't' iie llnri'.' ii'|. I'.ill irroaned at the I of th" .ipi-i iliat would !.i. I X |ii ili'd of llilli. ••;'.i.|ter eoilie. I'll ;. I III III I 'll yiitir siippori." • .N 'III |1 MIIL ; iliiitr;. I'll ini.<'; .'on ^.ilii'. Plai i. alieruard." ".\il Mfht. Ill :iie lohli> . f the I >i Inio lii II I loll.I." J \vi'.I- .nii'iini". 111.' lonir l -)ii .ii iiii'>. '!ony llarrisiin i 'lpiil a V, in,low ali.i i errn 'l '•I'lo the ^liiii^ii. 'itereption ir niai S'lollli ill'-' a 1 :ii-ri-'l low- \V I'aw ilmiii'l (Speiial poiiliial' letter io Tin- lieir'sler hv A. I. Shlllt/..! Top.-ka. Kalis.. .Ian. 11. Thiiiiiji arc {list ahoiil baek to iioinial in Topeka. 11 liMH heiii a railier neiiie holiday pi'riod Kvi-ryoiie wanted to entertain .lay lloyse. When tli* the way. -.It • from out 'II tile slale were sittiii«; 4roiind the hoti.| lohliies lookill;; at thi- rlo.l. and woiiiierinu, when the lioys ],,,, woiilil eonie hoiji". .Now .lay lloll'^l' is tiaek i:. l'hiiadelpi:ia and !ii:si- liess in Toni-ka is at-.'iin miir!i as USIIH I. Siii'iienly oi!i <if a. elear .si;y .lay House ha-, a-^-iiliieil a m w roll'. Ksi'il to lie thai he eanie lioine to jiarties and ri'iiejiiions and Iiospi- talitv that was liniiied to Ihi- social set or tin- ohl new.'^paiier .Kaiii; Nvhere lie kliew Ills youiiirer days .Vow .lav House is the iiio !l .;;ai ;i- lifter. Wl 'i -nevt'r a |od »:e or ^^leii" ty finds ihat fiiniiuial ohiiKations an too ^;eat. llie leiuli'iny is to e.vti.iiil tlii iiiite a fi".v nioiitl:.-: or kid thi' i -a <lii 'r aiioiii ilie ovfidraf; and jTay iliai .lay House will miii . honii- a little i -ail I'! tl :i- ye.'!. Th.- ine <ir two pariieM v,-i!| 'i:ilaiu'e .ii" i>a:i:. a(cininl ' an' .l .iv H OMM ' will L 'o laiine hajip.v ;.:;i: 'veryone will I"ei I Mliite eam-Iiv and 'anni 'sny that the entire :iii -;:sioii lias iiei n a ; onipl) ii' • m-i-'ss. ,\lwa.v- ill ;he I'd days t'u' lioi'i- day -I asm; v .as <l e .M ^ , lia 'i Hid formal.5 ."^OIIH limes a fellow •..•i.l .-in ofia- iojia! T 'Mi anil^.Iir:y and soniitiiiii'- !i" iielpeil 'hi' .Nrw Yi .ir •.;i.; .aarl'd v .ilii i!i.;!iii:u iia-ii- than a li::!f jiiii: of '"oin C.ila a-, a i'ii >1 assi.-iaiil. Tli"i: .lav Hoasi- In i his annual idiL'rinia'i.'- to .h.. oi.l hiiliie tn.vM aliil !hiir"- i iiafiii. different. .\oW thi- .\'i'>v Vi :;i' :.i :;l i alioiil ill" l'!id if lli 'ieiiih. III. I run-, iin .lil •^oiiii .iinii. into tin. M-I ond w -i 'k ill .laniiary. , I'siil .11 lii. tl ..il llii. Topi'ka I'nss Clilii. put on a party to x.elri.mi' .la> Hoii'a' hai k lo '/.< aith. I'sii! m »ii' tli;it Kan-a- pidiliial l.-ail .|s •tiiod in line and Ijoiii hi tiikei- a; two hin l :s : tliro-.v for .ni onliiia ^v '•i\ 'litv iliiiin f and a iril of .illi >;i .! hoiiii' KioAii !iii! li 'si.iii. ami ilivi 'M- fii 'd iiMi 'i lainiiii lit tlia! made Hi,-- .•ifli.'Iiiiiei p :iri -r Im'.'--- lale lo woi I; <hi. ii<.\t mill iiiiiL'. Il ^va^ :• 'Jii .a'r NEWS EVENTS OF HUMBOLDT .still .s,','i.ia.-,' lo lather fariii relief It-gisjalion arcepta^ile to Hie adniinislralioM. .Senator Charles L. .MiXary of Oregon (left • and K p- reseiilaJ've (JlUieit Haunen of Iowa (right I have offered aiio'iher arjjn- i-jiitnral nua.suie heai'ini; their names. 11 must strive for (ityiu- in the seveiiti-th eouKre-s. hov.tv.-r.. with iijany frther hills aimed at leim-iy- iiiK aKiaf-iali ile.pression. I' " . ' fn; and kii.d ahoiil liftiiiK ihe biir- d. 11. The rolitieialis aliii'old friends- waiiliil I'l .-I 'l" .lay House a-ml iln-y lioii:;iil I ilk.'is for the show and i'\i.r> th'hK was in p'-riert li,i:nioiiv.' Tin- I'i'ess Club loiild eariy on for aiior'-.i-r yi'.it. .lay House had hien, I'onoii .1 The polifieiaiis had seeie' the lali'-l III iiids of iiiw-papi'r lio- kniii lor II nsiiiiin eanipai.un. This yi -ar tilings ;lii :ii>;eil Tliire Willi- l!'.e lisil .il ii'iMilii !' of partie- (•ii :t at till' loiinlry iliih. 'I 'liere w-ri' I 111- nsu.!! diniii'rs whi'vi- :iay lloiiii. v .as •^•if^l of honor. l!ei (.he Topi.|;a I 'ri-ss I'luli lo .^i ii- .i .iiii .r I'M. .lay lliiiisi-'s iiopiilarilv. .\i till. I'liivcrsiiy (''.ill one niuhl ffiv mw :: (iiihers had a :;rand audi vloi.'iiis iiiii i.itiiiii.: Mill Ilii. Wfl- eiuiii. party was liiiilt aroiiiui iirivk j ehe.-.-e and liaiiihnrm.: r :r.du i;.||i.s aiiil iiol I offi-i'- jiiiis llii ;;i f thai .lay House was prescni junl s.iim his hi.-t 'i-nor wliili' ;• Iniiiih of iv*»ek. It is Ihe annual j :ii .,'t !;i,;; of .|.|i<. "lulr pre.ss a'.'soeiation. Th.- ll "Wspa |:er fellows will dts <iiss laii- did.Ttes and issues. Cojninjr two Wfiks in advanei'. of the I'waiisas Day Cliih jjatlierins the meeiini; has .•I lot of imporlanee. Kaiisans not in intiinati--liiiieh v itii nolitieal -'i- faiis will u .-i ri .ine low llowii st!il "f 'vlieii i?!ey arrive ill Topeka. And i: wii; ronit-mainly from the .t^ossi,! hateheiy at Wiihita thisj wc.-!;. .\ Ivi of dopi' will lie ni;|i!<' i In- windy town (liiiie ih -:t;is duo lo l -.ave all effei ( in the. ^hapin^ of vlaiis aiul polliiis w.liefl I'.'-pi i.li- i -a'i !'-ader.s iiiei* lo ?aln'.1ne :or I 'l'- ;ippiii ..i hini; . iiiniiai:;;'. STONY POINT .(I.elai .Me Karl a lid.) I Mr. and .Ui-.s. (."I'orKi- lir.iiiK;ii (i ;i .mil liaii^liii r, Mildnil. and .Mi. W.ilier llronKiiioii and faniily ' spiiit Siiiid.i.v at .Mr. .lolili Miinii^ii- lonV .Mr. and Mrs. |;i.n anil iiii-i-.'llaiieoi;s in.sl!i!iili lil.->. .Man s -iKiii hot loot )ioys work'd <in Ho- l!*:"'" j Sunday In Uron-.m at th- hotiie il "' .Mrs. .Marrs's iiiollni-. Mr-. Ilam ;i- lon. \U: and iMrs. Hay .\lyer.^ and li'- tli- daiighl«-r» .^pen^ the w.-ik-eml f '..i. hue -li-:.,^ 1; .. - 1 ^ • I il:., • Ml! - - IreJl ; •.Mi ml llM r I. I '4 an •^i'^; win ..<.:! I iL:!iiii liiai. \\. 'lli:;-_ i .|;.-r. li'- :i:|iim iV. ,:' ^ i.ii: .111!- I I li-;. ill.. iiMi: :'i ,1- !.;.li .ii:. Ill '\ i •V '-ryniin:;." ho iiki- .1 iiiillion welcome von r: , o u .i 'a ;hi-. .'Ilia .M-" ti \ li .i.:ill rill I'"' Illll..I- to -li.'iai ; . -11;. ^',.. • il.la!.. 'v.'_i'i! j tii'i opi-.:, : ';'lKIai !ii!i'i;:." 'n- -Vi.!!! •lm'.':iii iiaii'i- im -aiiiiiu lail.l. 1;' 1 '!•. ii .nii fill- i !li- ".ImM.iii I ii 'iaii;. C:' .-f., l-iui - '!„i!ij,! ,l:av. ]i|i- al il -Ihi'll- liiiiiliir.' (loir-i.. il lii .jni w .irl. mil Ihiil ; -,•.:,>.•• II.; -.i-.M..,! an i cliia\<..! -».ii !i. iiiiiii. nil hij. . iiill. ;r ..:i\ livi i| Ii. ; fiii,.. I'll [-.I 'i..|i. i'i tMi lop .*! iii«. 'li'lir iiiiiji'.i '.\idi-- liiiiiiir .^iil Ji: t. "I '.i-iii 'v iriii -i- ili 'al Ko 's H I .. Iii'li^ wi.n'l <\,i<:\.'i hi- '-ii'i; • 11. "is illl !ii .iiani'iii Pi'ol .! liy -h-- Ilidiiiii ii. :• iii...'••.!,ml-^ .i' Tint iiiin thiV'v ;i.hi.;i!r| I inii'iiill.e a'iil :-r!!:!:!'f!. • .' l.ooU< i'l'i-idi' wa'liii--- I'.ill " . • "llii.; I.i'lil.'' rhi' oiher sisliod •'• eal:!;. jiiml stii'-k mit his own lieiid. •Tleii ':: tiklidionia Harry Hill." ho -iiid. • iiiii] looriri. llixon and .loo Kii il. ill'. niDiii y li-niler. Who that i::.:ii;is il! ii.iii! I don't know, nn- i. - i ii's-ihi- iiiiivor. I'll he fliid ' •.•.•|i":i l!ii> iii-;hl's .vi'!-." - Till- t:..iii --loppi-il and there w.is a s'loiii fi,oiii many voi<-i-s. tlii" i'l.iiiii'.' of a h.iiid. As I'awiiee Hill I in.r-.'. d fimn the train Teny r'.>- I'liiinii! discreetly in the hack- iroiiiid and sav.- his friend swept ;:iim his leit and into ihi" ci nter 'if .1 1 ili:!n-roiis ;;!-oilp. Hi- walciied I'iiii : 111' ..--iis led np to a diRHl- li. with whoii! lii>, shook -Hill! Il ami siiiii-n i'.'it ii \y. thai. TI-.- ni.'iinly o; new- pap-r piiv ii'iit a a ill tit. it. ca h.onie ;i!i lii-m .hi-.n.. Ill -;. ^ellllill .l;iv lioi,-e. 1- onic'iin'.-. more llwi'i I';. I .'ill'i i-i I iil!l;l'.-i d s; rii.-'iiiin!; ' a \'• i \i r po: ii 1:- •.'. ho h;ive to ml every y..i:" ii'ii itiT,< So w inn .l.iy Hoii-c . Ill- was alwiivs chf. r- T!ien tiiere Wiis the f'.'lks Cliil>. .liij lloti-e n-eii la play i rilili;i >:M ai ,he l-;|lis Cliih. .Ills; ii.- he tl-i d to --il in tor a riililier nf lirid-je ;i: till- lid Top.-ka dull now .I;.- veisi:> Chill liiick ill d iv> when AV.ilii r l!os..ii- .Siii '.hii V...S inaliiiis niikiiid ri'!n;ii-i;s iihniii, jiai es wlier-e .-nil'.", ot liie -I.lie'- V- ly iiest pi'o- ide ^ 111 11! liieir irll.- llollts. .Sii ;!ie KlU- Cliih had a little <iefi, i:. in^t i's i;.e I iiivjr-it.^ Clnh liaJ ;oin.':ed ill lueniiii'rship. -.1 mill one fi e.l to The --•t'l • ! w iiere Wiis !' Ill ill iiii.i;'ii ; i.- res:i..ii '.- t!|.. -lieeil-.'S of V. i.h^i ;tli... .. -.Veil- ^r.e.ips ;.t • ...vi-i V I e; 111-!-. 1|.' iin-jieri-il at on,-. ;i la I .e. r ennvd than ii.-il:il •iiii; Ill-Id hy ihe impassioned lii oiiiiory < i'lmhi jtressioii iiient . . Ion e am! Ill list. Ill- spi aki r. Il-' !i:!ti-h.-s if ill . i.-.lk "i >ti . .. a cii:\ il r^li :.V -.-iiVi lit . w-.> oimhi to ^o in hy Illy tInin to ran us oiii." Cnrioi-ii V diev.- him in : v.'anti'd ID !iiiii'.v imw iln ihi' stici-t fell ahot!.' i; sdidied he f :ii-^t : i 1. llie Kviilt ntly thev^ were in accord Willi the speiiUi i. . 11- i:il( 1)1 h" i! ( r. in: ami li-li nir-. I hot iiii::h f.iv Ih.-. One iriL 'ht ther.- w:is .iiiiuer ivli. II ,.l! the ,:;i-;!iid ln;;^!c!s nl lif- fi .|.-.i thii -.is In KIks loilsfc mallei.s >ii! ill the il-:id lehle Ami a l.il • if : • Hide fi.iiii oul-idc the orili-r dir< lip for lo.iil anil :!n extras and lefi a iilile mi'iiiey III iili.iirli the ilefii-il .VII l )i .<-;lll'-e o: .liiy llon-^'e. \Voiiiie;fi;! ;iihiilc. Mn-t ol ill. no-till rliil I oir.idiim.ni to Iti-: aidlitv to I 'I in-.: out his fiicmls fur ativ occasion when In- i^ nn vi h .'Xpeci- •d ro i-i'.t v.iih a spoon or censcnl^ lo niak.' il few ii-iii;irks ihotil ihe 'Vidsteail \i I or days in the old loun. I . — noni.,.css,h:An;:sai.a.....ei..m -;Even Ricc Hurt ill Fort .S I oil visiifiid r.ehitives. ' .iiisfin .McKarhind siiwei! -.vooil ;'iir I'iirk Ciiidwell J-'ridiiy. .Myler ami Kvjidi ;iii lliiri li : .il.- o.' lol.i -pent .^iiniiav a: .M:' .1. Mail lerod .'-i. -Mri-". .\n.siin .'.ti I'.ii'Iand iiin! i.:il' .•i<iii. .Mr", ilraie Sit-Ward iiiid il:iii?h !er. .Viidiii-. and J. Ii'! .\|i Karliiiid Mere lola vi-.IIors Friday. lliirvey .\|enih.>iii.'h Ihrcin-I inr / l-airl Snidi-r. Aii-:iiiMiFarland and I'.irk L'a.iiw. !! iiis: Wedin-day :.;,<! Tiiiirsiiiiy .Mr-' • Hiiiiuah .Snidiii- niii Tnnrsiia.v ai .Mrs. I'iirk t.'iildwell's iiiid helped her look l'<ir. tlire.'sh- e IS. .Vlr. .Cil.':--;er Viikiim heh -ed. .'dl. bfii-lion liiilclier Siitiirdiiy .Mrs...Vu-.iii .McK;iri :.iiil 'iimi Iiii!.' -on an/1 .Mr. I.eimin were lola visitors .\Iondaj'. .Mr. l.oii .M.iiiocks SIA- I I I Friday ill .Mr .McFarlaiwl's. yif". ('luirl«-< K<-M P}. Well Knonii' Kesitleih, i>ies. .>l:iii) Siit-hil K^enls Take I'laee, Ml .\ii;()l.l;l'. Kans.. .Ian. In. .Mrs. ('li .irii -s Ki Key. a well known ! u-sid.'iil of this cii)'. pa.s.-ied away .Mlliday iiiglil at the Kelley: lioihi- here. Thoiiirh .Mrs. Kelley had i hieu iU for in.oith.s and tliiiii;;li her IcoiMiitinu had heen • consiii--reii fa-. ! trtl liir some lime, her dealh was i a Kevi-re si-oc;, t.t li« r friemis here. ' SIio was i|ui.;e popul ir Miiii verj . wtill liked hy a la:;;e iiiiniiier. of j friinds. She i^ survived hy inr ; hu^b.ind an.I fi\e i-iiiidn-n. Ktiiier- J al services will in- helil toniorrow ai'ternnoi! iiein tin- .Mcihodisc diiircli' The liiin:i!o!''t 1 i-'niiiiiii Cliap- . Ic I- hi-ld il ii!''-. ill.!,' Ii<is Hin;::^ : 'tint honii . . .Mr.--. Utt>.' .loiiiisoii; j • 'Die lopie fur" ^ili-, lissii .ii Wiis ' ".Norse .Xivllis iiml Ti 'tltoiiic Folk •rale.-." .Mr-, l:. 1-;.' W.se !eil .the i; di.-i iis.-iiiir. iissi .-lid ay ..irs. K. :F). !{| ICiilvir. .Mrs. I.invil .io;iiw(in. .Mi.-s [ l.o::ise l-'ii-sniiiii iind .Miss .Vetiie ; Chaniliers. j 'i'he lliiinhidii-. .Music cliih was jj ; ealcriiiiiied yt st.-rii.iy aftera.ion at tile liome of'.Mr-. Willi! r lle.-s. The iirf ):;i-ii!ii w.!s I ompi.'.-. II oi chil- i^ iireii's innsie a::.; \v.,s ciri . ii .1 l)v:|; , Ali-s Mii.y iMcK:::; Ilk. Ti., pro- I 'l irriini u:i< as i.^iio -.-.Si J I'i'per. .\iiisie •isimlernrarlens.^ , b .Mrs. Hu.-eiar JI ' S'.lplillli) .-.iln. Hli;. 11 l.lllliilii • . .Sllll!/. •drs .1. 1-'. Si,'.ens. ii I'iiiini --*iiii. "Kiiiii.:;!! f.iiniis :ind i.' I'loiiie" .Si huniiinn . 5 \. .1 T :'-i-h!o.ii|. i .S 'l ry o; "ijliinsl-l .imi ('i-ei!!!.!" . j i I'liiiiii jii -rdim k 1 I .'.i-'-'i Harry .I.ilii nii: , lli-i.-iiil^ ."Tin- .\liiiilii-..i: V.'ii" '; I . "di- •; C... i-:ii |i) I". :.iy ci.ililr* :r.- Siinir- lti|.--i;ui Folk Siiii;:-. ' ;-!i.(iiisIi l.ail.iic.-. I.iiliiiln. • I Airs. F. W. II.ir!wi- Tin- i I 1 rii';.\ .llii) niiT V. iili Airs i'" H. I,e ;i>!i ..i il .Mumiiy ;ift- rivii-!..;;' v..Ill !->..'jii> .-.vii iiienilier-; ,iri,:!i l-i'.i iiiiii ;iii=... 'nvlfi ,i ui ;i -is. All- .-, !-• .M C.ii-r>. .Mrs. .i. il. .\r- :w i -.nil Mi-s ci'iiiiiiieri.iiii of 'j\ I l .i .-::i!.'i: :: ii: .irii ii.l.itiee. Tin- liuli :s :inl..i::i^ - ."inles'y this year :ind a nil' ; ii. • r-^'^'iii;,' ii.-'w riioiia \v:is ••^pi -lit ii: liiis -liniv =^355^^*:* >i'w Location, KIS ---2?.- 5 ( ^ ij:„|i...ii. Kir-I IJiior lia^l OI Hrnnis |»rrii; More, IMinne I'li rWr (til- i)Uutfcd to Kirn ifon—irr (:}f)ii<i(ler • It nil liihiitr if ijim iisr i/iir fucilitic--^ in (I.'I/ icnif. ' I \ -II'/' fcrl rinii pliiii' iitcil irlif,i i/nii iisi' our ...•iirdci- hfrcnsy it roiirrrtr rr'nlr,ivr <if • iiour (-0)11 'idi. lief in i>s. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND OUR .Ills* 10 Day;; ol' wonderful savings e»n Suils. Ovorcoa Sweatc-rs. Ilt-avy IntliTwoar, Ilat.'^. Cap-, ami l''urni.sj}i inir.s. • : OVERCOATS St.^.OOiO. (). $27;5(> b. .S.i2.r)« O. S;?.",.(i(» (>. .<;:!«).50 (). coals for $l2.ar> .coals for S1i>j!>5 coats for .S21:r^.•' coats for S2:5-sr) k-oals for $2i.!)5 coats for $2S,ir, .All lU 'w I'al! .!i.>o:l: li.Uhl (ir dark colors many of Ihi-m ju.sl rii^ht for Sprinij wear. I Extra Special 9 Overcoats, Special, price. -Each i^Vt.'.i't. Siijcs .Sit;..")!) Suits for .S22..')») Suils for .S27.rjO Suits for. .S.50.00 Suits for S;2.r)0 Suits for i>:'.7>M) Suits for .Sii.'jr $17.95 .$21.*)-. S22.r> .S2J.()r, $2.s..ir, .Salt' Kmls .-atui'day .N'iuht. .lanuary 21.s{. -=1 i lied I 'llid-. cro.wil •lie' siv hi ipi'd II.:, e 1. n fH'l-.l In S> n. viiiir lllO."' I'e.sieil. 'iiruiil--^lot; \ .111 liiiv .1 III w lei... The In I hoots :••'.(•] -ol I of- 1 till li li'. ^iii;i ••; i'ii:inv." '[ '.'I I>.ii.\v 'il,' iniiiiili."! i I'iiwiiei Iiill ni.'i.div il'.i hiiiitlied', -vVon dep uili .I I'lev 'il I'ililllv if lileV l,iie\<. v.h::! :i iiijiipl .'le |.:in!,iiint I w';is.'' -i.'.il ill.-. . - 'I'lniy liifli.l ill iii^ -;. .It ii. siiidv t 'n- liillirV.; l ;iild-i :ip.-. "Aliiil 1 dnn'l iilnlei. sCimi " In- • iiiii |.re>...iil I>. "i- lni». I lie I 'iiiiiii'. r .if I itiii- Jin r. e ef AVii hilii eXj..,!;; ymi lo lii!^.- fhn"i;:iiinn.|-. in iin.l li...., .iniii flntre. Tiii % v.- Irii d il •» liiidei I 'ijv In- , am! din |i hut tln -y 'vi' ;• |\vii\> . I III : iim mil 'ly iin- soliiier-. I dnfit -ee Iniv. ilii- i; )-"iiiL' to 'u'. any iliif, ''iiii "I'll iii'lui- that'-: -I'lin -lhiii'.; I hat's .uiil In lie w.iil:.-.! sail Ihe 1< llier. ; "I .-Xpiel it 's ll)i I, 111.^ to find some w;iv. or thev winiJiln'l I 'iH :• ^eiii Cor ine." ".\mither ""iiiiii'.' : whiii 's Wii-liiia's inleiesi ill :tlie iliiiiuV •] . ' "Well, ilieii|- ini irj. k in aii- K'v. ririL' Iliiil. Wii hit:, leiiaiiis ii- X'lf as th-' rival of Kiuisas Ciiv. . It 's aniliiiion-. i.mi .jiwi ^ ni.i iirally I'erliaps. .-liiftiM^ nneas^ly from ; wiiiits lo still illl Illll. Wiliiii,. '.Viinls Okla !ioli!,-i dpeiiCil he .aiise if w .iiils the >onihw;'i si . triide." Tony noildeiii "' i-.tnierstiind. It r.ll conies ijaik to liie one ipi'Siion of ho.'.v voii .'re •.;oiui; lii li -iid i' f.ock of -rith-is -into ihe I'^romised J.rind :iiii! liecii iheiir 1111-11-. ' ."Then'.;' oin- iijher i |uestion." Pawnee Ilill s.iiir wJlii a fiowii. ".Inst wh;. jjid ilie> iiicl; on iin- for Ih..'.. io 'i'.'" ; "1 can answer thai. My pood fiienii l ?ii\|nee i!iil. Indian iiiter- I 'li 'ler.'" pioneer, .d '.ownian. .is a fis- nri' of ironn' 'iiiipon aiice despite his jueseiii ein |l»arr.-i .ssi -d financr .il coii- ililioii. : The hiisiness men of Wichita waiil ;» Iciider who will eom- -•ii '.v him viiiiish .into tip- iiiid- follow'eil the' throiitr to I'*.!. There I *;iw-|ii -e Hill -vvsis iiiio ;i landau. He turned 1 wave and Tiiny caiiiiht his 'liheii II-- w;is carried away. "Wh 'i-<- i-iin 1 find the lielmoii- iio Hjiiel.'" Iln- yonni: iilaii, iir ipi'rnl if a hysiander. T'le nian :;rifiiiei| and (erked .-i ilntinii. "Must Ifollovv the parade. Thai's -ivere 'they're headed for." "riiiiiiks." He t'lndiied IMI . Iiitt- irinu III:- lii'itteri d si/ilease. He ivh M'r> .•iiinli in need.- if :i hath alid ;i iiiave iim! '..iiiidi-red if he danvl ,.,.:;j-i..|, ;ii liie ^Delmonico without Iln- jirice of it room in his pocket. Ill- iisolveil III lake 'a illalice- I'a.vnee I'.ill would conn- lo his res- I lie later. , , ' It was dark when In- had fin- islii'i' his toilet. H I ', at), leisiirelv iiiiil ro-e from tin- ta.hie with ;l iiiir.liei- ill hi'- poi-ket liml iiolliiiit; to iiiiKle ;i-.;;i,ilisl it. .\s lie wiiilii-d idly throtitili the "-trei'ls Jie lioticeil jiictiires of the s'-rious-i yi I liavid I'aviie in many wiinlow-- .Titer., wite flags ahout. iitid huiiiiti;; evidently the cnin- iniilie hal done Illinois up jn style. lli-smil<d M that moment I'aW- nce Mill would he sillin? at tile loiiiial liamiiiet in the nelmonico. inierriii.li'd liini in rimlii iiih with shonis III approval • / " \lid N.ilisas. .N'l-hiiiskii iipd Coloraiii'." Ihe mail wa- siiviir; Ii :;'-s-.iiiatel.\. ,"iiri- .settled on the north. ;ind Tex.is on fjn- .-oiiih IJiii the nniii-li of'i iviii/atioii li:is (j... :i dellei Illl ill tin- hordi-rs of iln Indian cotintrv. :.\r-- we 10 stand idly hy :ind see a lew .ciiltlemen ;-.row tichi,'!' -very ilii.v < MI himl tli.ii '!,e!oii«s lo'the people " .\ii. , M ".\o'." The answer was hitiled laik al oiiii hy iininy vi iie:.. T'lii-i Hair'soii moveii mi. his forcheiid pmkereil in a woi rieil frown. With: this Kind ot si-nii- ii SI : iiiiis III- ;i *i:i- nient it wottl-l iin'e.-ij I H- >-ifilalion if tln-y iininh-il lory. -•'I 'lie 'olilicrs can't run llicin on: a'jai.i wilhotit hlood lii-ini; siiilleil,'' he said .iloinl. "I wonder ho(v I 'awiiie MiF v.ill nt:!iia-.;e It. If .ver :i linili had a lonuh ieli he liiis." iTU V.K <'ONTI\rKI >i Many of the Koonirrs. farril nilli a i-riifl iiinlcr. lierniiK- dN- roiinivi -il. The .Spriiisrpr Itill is inlroHiired In (oiiirrcs* ami |>atv- nef l!ill N hoiM 'i'iil. or tin- Women's Cir.'i wonlil lie "II- iire;y oiii of d( ht if liny nn-telv' hiid a .la.v House who would come i lime eiich year and coiisoni t.i he liiii-si o- honor .-it a paiiy. (icin- i-ioiiiilly an old I\:in-;iii i;els a wel- ( oiiie when In- comes hack after ihe f::si vii!'. I'.ut .lav .lloiisi lia : l -eeii iiwiiy frcni Zeiiilli eii ^ht years. .\' ! hi; ponnlarilv lonlinm -i l .i L -row. He is the fir-! K;iii-iin iTi reci.rd whose viaiidini; has In Id 11,1 III the point -vh.-re "in. is iln •.:eii- eral town inort;;a;;e lifter and wh-i alwavs lands a 1 ncvd -^eveii inr ili.' ilietinu chilis wliiili lia'.'e .-in an-; I 'lml foiiy pi -i;-ei|i i 'llt-mlaiice ivei • : a-.;.. T!i;.i i--. ihe <-oin!di:in.ni uhieii; Topekii and Kans.-ins have piiiil t,i ; lay House, 'riial. loo. is me .if ilie ;irinie reasons inisincs:* in-, oliiie li civi ies has In-i.-n dei idi-dly slin k fci '•everal Weeks Kiliisas new-spaper i-iiv- will sej their heails lo-.-ctlu-r in Wi. hiiii -.hi; Girl's Stomach "I had indi|»erftion j -i) bad I was afiiiid to t-at even |-3ce. .-Xdlerika iias lioiie llie so milOlI Kood Ihat now I eai a,iiylliinK." .\ideiiia Hnwiiid. • . .\dlerik.-i relieve.'? stomach gOF otirm-.-s ill- TK.N miniin -s. .Veli-t;' on IIOTH upper antl lower bowel'., il removes old Wiisie iitiiiii -r .'..n; never liiouKlit w:is in your system l.i-i .\dlerika >;ive your stoiiia.idi and ho'wi-ls a 1 ;K.\I. cleansiiij; and see how lunch better yon will feej It v.i^l ...iirpri.se yoiil Falam- Din.i; Store. . : SUFFERERS Get this handy tuba luunt. toothinir rtjiff and ini«r- •nt««d tofure Itrhinff, Blind or 1 -ra- tradirit Pilo. -nwdnwiwt will r-f un J • flidinaiu.tr i> it fail*; In H*»« will, pil* |>ipii; He: or in tin tnlc*. t»e. Ask /or. PAZO OINTMENT No Neca jto Say that Nbw. If ypu have iricd "everyihiui;" fot: yoiir pimples, bLicklicads or\ and xvani to know what it something limt really worki-fthcii let Stop$ Coughs • InFivejMiautes - ...nriir: first fticmfulbrint™ V ' •»-r ,-l .,.f. Iln-ali* lilil'hwit C J U -^. rc-Ucve." lii-mriMniwa, liailkiniraiu! .-'ero 'thrunu. Creo-Lyptus riiI.i\*i!»lo rfiinMnulion of (•p 'i.\-.i .»te ii'n\ Kuraivptun, !•--nTiH -iii!' d t'or rhildrrn •.I 'll by pij >jcian9 iv4 -riv. I'tn". SG^KCOKOUUn BUGS. your skin kiio-.v the mai;ic^ sulphur coMbiiicd. with inciithoi. Xo'thinj: more ami:::-i.:r .tliaii how clairs the - kiii,-r-aiid as siilpliij mt-nlliol lu;7"s. As Ciiinlji:.c;l ii Kowles Mciillio Sulpli'ir. liic' two nvil lonishinpr^ skin corr<rlIve and Pirapks dry up ovcmi^ilit. BI and cdar.-^e ptirc.^ v:i!i:sli in a lew days. And as for ccrcna—evir. tlie most l )l»rniiig or itchiiiK cai-c .'oo 1 yields. Relief from the burning 01 itching 'follows iiaiiicji.-ilely uiKiii ap iliealion. Rov.Ic; Mc".tlio' Snlpliur is ir.c-x- ' pensive .nii'-I all dniKuisls ."^upi.'j ii !• - ... . 13. . ?tt_ in jar.n rwdy lo ux, liowles. Be eczema to Ret ouch -of sulphur r •.dears. .- an a£- biiildcr. lokiicads sure it's Announcement... We wi.sh If) announce that we liave l)U!-cha-se(l the Allen FurnKiire Slure, on Xoi'th Side (if Square. 1 This stock was puri-hased .it a jcimd iivi-.-o ami you will find hen- hii-'h ijualil.v Fiii-niUirp lii-i'i' .-il vi-ry aitrai'livi- savin.ifs. Wc will aI.<o tiadf tVir your used furnituro. We expect to niakf our storo licadiiuartciv.. for hi-rh frrade new and u.sed furniture. • <A\h: us A TRIAL W. riROOKS NOllTH STDJ^ PQl'ARE ar Oothmg & Shoe C0 el l-ilwiii Chain Stores lolii. Kinsas East Side Ktiuare- Cash Prices Are Lower! SAVE MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE Star Stores are Gash Storei RevSolve now to save real money in 1928 by paying cash at the Star. HOYS OVERCOATS All Overcoats 'Must Go! i;,,y; itt: li'ii oj^ ri.iy ov- I ri'o.i; - • ''• II • V. III. Ill III.I 111'. Iii;;li. OVERALLS and JUMPERS .\ll >',v-^. II! -I- ovi-riill-i Heavy LMiO weii;hi. _ W- H | 111 Iiit; I lea v;. _ . >iei.,ii.. •ma,:,- villi liin-keis. QC^. liieh liai i> o\eiails *f*J\^ SWEATERS lliav-.- 'vvii.rii; m'l y :iweiiter*- lor :.ieii (:v l.oys in QQ/» Coal Siyl- . UOy Canvas Gloves .\I-iiii;:ii weii;:i; ranv.-is i;!ri\e>. I'.e i- a tiiir 1 A« nri.i-f. .\l the Siiit- lor Al/l/ Work Sox ' HOYS UNION SUITS Itenisirl.alily liAv |irh"Pil si/1- 1' lit It; (>9c lle .ivy V .i I'. lolor ile i -e linti' iinion .-^.iii.'eiiiil Viiltie."-- lip to 'JSr .-o iou priii-d now thai il will jia.v yon ti' liny ne .\r winierK .^mpply. I .ME.NS • UNION SUITS .Men-: lir.-t Ki-aili- llei ee linei" III. prii i.ioii.siijis. Siiir '••'.^l '..QQ^ rii ef! iir,- lov.-. Z/0 \y JERSEY GLOVES -Kof kfonl -o.x - bine or Ri'ey ;.li\e.l v. itli w.-'ile .heels ami li ioe.s. .\ ir. ''int value. - lOc \«MV -rYour Choice of anl .Slitr (ivereoaf at three loeb iioiloai prii -er^. ' S7.50 $12,50 S17.50 : Out li.iey nni.st so <-hoo.-;»: :lu- best ovi-rcoat in the.; liou <e,^ now lor $17.i"iO. lieatij lifnl Srey.s and tans wiili pr< iiy; ovcrplaiils latpsi ^ty!'-s.' all wool fabries. ^ KtaK-^l:;.r >n ovriri-oats all ,sr • nice I'ooKinK that the low priop'-ivil] suriirisp you. .\ew- c-st, sttjii's aiid. i-olors. - 5 Star $7.S0 overcoats, all (looir. fill wool, (-oats -v.orlh S.'i or ifin niore. nm out llie'v . iKUiii Ki>: ' T ' .;: . • • ... J llrown or (,'rey - siziw I'oi iin-ii or boys. Co wei.t:lii.. J p;iir> . iileii or boys. (looil "^SC . Handkerchiefs^ Rcil. bhie or white 5c Wool Mix Sox Heavy weiKlit lor QK/» ft-ork. 2 pairs i OOK^ Work Shirts ftliiP or Kiey dianibray. two pockets, all .si-/cs lor KQi,' men or boys . *JwC I. I

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