Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 13, 1928 · Page 6
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PAGR F?TX The Sliirv Tlui >i Far/ ^ i TheHoPvV lb laid in the Indian ^ E£kE£l LYMN - *» -t • me sftEiJ. WED ADbPTEb FATHER tpj-iitory and l)ordiT in I In was Jieinj? wa^ uIoHK til" Ivan.sas 'SiiV. xvlu'ii a fight Ml' for I UP ojii 'li- ins of Okiahnnlia lo .s(illeni <--nl. ("Iiipf f -harac.ters art-: TOXY HAURISO.V, oridianed nl i:'. when liis fa.'li'T was shcil in pokt'i- gaiiK!; rWVNKB BIIJ.. adventuror. loat -lKT. indiun inivrpri'tor, and slmwrnan: .KiK fKAIf;. wild takp"* Tony tln! Har K rani.-li to livo; TiTrS MOOKK. owner of llie J?af i\ jirand; UtTA; liis .iauuhtor. . -Moore is oiii' of lire iliief o])- po!ient« ol III" niovf nicnt lO open i VlKhilionr.i. IiAVli> J'AVNK. leader ol ilie niovenient. dies siiildeli-^ ly and Tony i;t liis loyaMy lo Alooi"' is trouliled bi-iaiise of !iis ."vniijuiliy lor I'ayne's cause. lie : Irioi lo Ui'.H'.:: I'.ila- Moore. Willi wlioiii lie lia -i "lirilen.in !ov<-. and :A'<-oiil ^ian ;t -s l ':',AHee !t!ll ai|d •}!IKKAI;U i:iL!, HIIOW lo.ii-. Afli Tuies IK- riliiiiis; baeK foe i vi^ it : a wild w i -l !• nj .iiiy ailveii- liiii Itil.i (^nii'S .id he- i-. iMiaiili' 10 liii'P fieni del la I lilt; li .i love )or III r. W lii'll ;!d|;iil> ^ leis 111 iiiioi |iri. Iif ili^- ai'pi ai , - Wliell I'attni-^ Hill oj valiiz-"-i llii inii 'Aild «i I ^lii.u. 'I'oiiv fTois will) il. lull: il . l :lil i ;i|li| lie any Tony v-i in N\ii ir i.i in l.'ad till- iiioveiiii '.il for lie-' .ij .jiiiir .if Olvlnliofiia / * * ^ 1 ('II.M'tKI! NX.XIX'.- Ile. rivjiw. (I lie odd .-I aiii of - eii'i'lUii--'a:.-I ^ lli.tl lM<t IHMM';!]! lii'iii to Ins |i|-. •-1 111 ], i iiiiii. What, lie ri.,;»i',| ' liiiiiM-lf, ui .iild Tilii'< .Moiiii' and .liio ri;/ic .'-a. il iley liiK-w III- liail .illii .1 liiiii (vi'li lie- foii**'^: ;iL -,;i^'ii .'.'hiili MIH'II'I'. Iri-. I |i-le ta. lui-. h.iil ^'i-ii <i.!il'-,ii! iii^ for _vi*."!i'--V . • A !!oonier umil of .nialliiiiM In Tim;;' -Moon-! -'I '.'ii- ni :'ii ie' ili .iiii' wiiiiliV tliitiU '<'.!• had tiiiMiil >iii hini like .-r-,' .iiiuraii'lii! doi:. ."I coiildii 1 Id.iM'i- iiitii '• Tony luld hilil!-<ll. "il ill' :!ri-i :.ed ni" of Iiitin;; '.lit- l .'aiiil Ilia; ftd me." 1 Two ;iay<'tii'l'! !•. !)•• l;;' ! ,"\iiiili to .loi' I'rai^ <-\i>:i s-iiii.; lii . .'Oi- row at .Mi>. .Moon's duaili Jn! Iii-; . eeinpjete svinpalli.v for The 'iiddiiil and liiia. .Mioiit :iis plans or li:.-^ wMu 'reali'iiiJs li<- !iad -;:iiii niithin:.;. 11 liiirl liiin niori- tii; ii I'Vi;-. now thai i )n- iris-'edy oi aiii ."on tJie .Moori/ faniil'.. !i . "ilie disura'-ifnl . Me il;.< 11- in- h.id •made 1)1 jiinis ;ir lor.' hiiajs <yis in W.ishiiii^loii. ;'ri:<- IM'!Miti ;y •,( if t ;/e just l)ow serious' 1 he »ilnation is they niishi «|o Koniethinij. Bhiod- : Khed's hnd Inisinp.ss. (live me linie. |^ ; I'll have a jdali." ri ] i ••'Win eair <'otu|t on me in any- 1 i ; tiling .von do." -Harrison grinned.;; ;"Awinl our fliiaiiees," he beRan.!: yi 'm riKht on roek. bottom^" /: i "J)on'i worry, said'Pawne.e Hill • iand patted his hip pockol. "I'm 'n ! irnnd>: onee more. I've aliendyl ;wired to haw our hordes shipped] lin. Ui ^ht n<)W I'm hunsry. Thai j )ian(|net didn't do me a bit of goiw!; ;l was woiryinK all' thronirh ih--' I meal about the spee(d( I 'd have to | . iniaki'." . I j Thi' i< inter that ensued was 'in''' bf ernel hardship on; the Boomers, 'i-neamped outside of seveial Kan-. • sas eiiiis. In \Vieiiita there were' •eorref>iioiidents from many wsierii: : newspapers, for the ioimtry at "aiKe was kei'itly ilileresleil in ill" .Inklahonia firht: ami these wired jlar .k sioiies of pi ^ivation and Iiiin- j' Ker and snfferinft . from the c-old;. 'Ill liii -en.lnr and .Ijtnnare niany iT; Tl;( l"«s liarijv -spitits e^^nlx 'd ilf' tlie lieketv waKons that earrled' ! ail Miiir |.o.ssessions and turned; •li.iili in dile :i;. rawnee I'.ill did ' ,\\liat )ie ioi :!l to liolslei u |i thidr I fla'-i^inf, ' coiiraue: he and Ton'-'. ilairi-on rode from town to town Caldwell. I luiinewi'll. Arkansas Ciiy liri'atliliiK inessnKes of en-' 1 ..iiaf-'iiiiiiit. la'liiiK on Iliein lo , w.ri. . _ "I '.iil We're tireil of waltluK. ' \'.'i ''vr \ ail-Ml' loar ye:, is." ,! • .\ ie'.\ 'week.J ; lhai's all. .\liiyhe i nol iliai lonfc I'll bi- iiaek analii > : (Mill wild news. lie leadv to !ii:iV' al a iililiillf's lU 'lice." 'I 'li'i he \Miti iroin <aniii lo i -.iiiip. laying optiinistie-thiiiKs that, he, liiin <"(r dai-etl not bcJIeve , any-, Iliili^; :o:|,eep Up llleir morale.' •riny bi 'lii 'ved in him. bin 'what .lid ' niiMi' lliaii aiiylhiiiK elsi- to siis- ' lain ilii-m wa '^i ilie infln.\ of moru ho 'iii'-i'i 'ki 'i Tlii 'si' eaiiie by Ijie hiiinlri'iU. in .selionner wasiins ia!4s, on lio! ' c'liaek. I).v train, and piieiie.i cainp alonj^ the bonier. ^n .Miliiiii; a hopefulness that jii- Kl'ir'd lln.si' who hail wailed tliril I'ai' weary months and years. Tile I'awni 'e .l'.i!l Oklahoma Co!- oiiixaiion Coiupany had i.ranehes ill many lities. and as far ".vest a.s I'liiVir and <'asl as ('liieiiRo \i'':i' OUI.-ilioina colonies. Kand-' Hl;:n?.'^ aii-l confidenee men saw itn.^lin their opiiorlnnify and in distant .l,•,ol.:in•.•,\i'ent^ « rednlous- assmini? pa.vnienl. priinii'':inic ' evi -rythiii!; and any- RIDAV • (fAR!LYI.K MIIo*^anj' Yeiiei Jan. J,:r Hr. I'owoII K « soim; to farm thO.ij^'uiinil that the men an c'leariiig'of 'on the i-retji. 'Mr. .M»»lvlii;lia8 been hUutinR i -ohs from the f( rn sholler. A great fieal of corn' is H -omini; into Cariyi One of'AJIr.: .Melvin'.-i mules died last weelr. The section men arf- workins from lola,' l i Colony. ! Howard ,'ezie' Kpent part of his vacation Sr th his grandparents in LaCykiie. Mrs. nitkeson fnniishes the sehool "Tile Pathander" and i "The, Couinnry Gentleniah. We've h«en leviowing-fm* the bimonthly r?^amination «(hleh is to. nesserl fijen Hur Tuesday, night. Frank riiambers has been cafth- inK a Kreat maiiv fur bearfn^ .nni- mals. The trapping season .-loses January ni. lOis. .Mid-week prayer meeting on I Wednesday night. The stnily will be the Book of .Mark. Erma ]..ooniis and Bob Brainard made^inn por <-ent ihAVaite's ninsie i:Ia?!l last month. "We are expecting some of Mr. lles's agriciilture i-Iass. to ^;ake ns a visit in the near future at sehoo). - .Mefibelh .\pplegate. Kari Powell and Howard Vezic- were rank •ine in grade, b" last, month. i This fine Weather broiicht out the baseball fans. : -MI -. WIsneV had a fire oa-ket of frnil .and vegetables s -.-nt to her ^ j he herd twl ly and lomnfrow.- j from Te.xas by the I,ane".s at Christ- ! Tne.sday he upper grOties iif t!ie|mj,.« -.jm". srhooi f phfjactert the njorijing .-.X-. The Home Workers' meeting was ' -Miv*. j:pov :f ^j(n:e <l owing -Mrs. Norton. to I he death of i ercis^s cltirEng the nbseiiee jof Sawyer. We got.sjimples of .Mputliolatiim ; front a WJchita compan.vi .| j K,,rope's firnt -regular tele.gr.'iph- Hi>ward :(Iayrield hasMieen veryi.p ,,i(.,„r,. aervi<'e has been-opened |Ki<k for itearly,a week. - ;i,r,tween Berlin and Vienna. Mri«. Parker reniilred; the < on- j ^ • • JHnltallon of j three docioi's Weilnes -I : da.v. : ; ; ' 1 Rev. .Mr. and Ali -K. j Hamilton. 'ii«pent the" flay with .Mrs. Norton i jaiid Rnsn^ll H on Tuenday. i • Ylsitom :t the oti-hestia Turs-j jdur were .VIrs. <;ruf. .M,rs. .Melvin • "and TJttbyi.kathleen ar>d^lelen and j ! H.izel Chftiiiberf. ; < . Mr. and' Mvf. W. P. Archer h.ni! | the followliig gue«ts Sululny:; Ur. i nd .Mn4. "Khnei- Archeriaiid imby. i COLD colds are Grippe or riu may result. Check the cold moni"' cold dani^erQuk( •and .Mn4. Miner Archer i-aild nnby. i..,^ xmna /^.ZT^ n,.,™,:^. , Drive cut the poisons. Play safe I In-sist I on HILL'S, in the red bo.x. 30 cents atiil .Mr. Tiiylor. i : j Thi> Home Workers wjll meet i at all druggists. . Iiiie mansi" today. i ! Ilev Mr; and Mrs. Hahiilton and HIIX'S :i .Mrs. Wiugler am! Lnrrnine wit-| Cascara - Aromfde - QtttBlna a Warm er House your ^ The brooder hou>e .should he .separalo from n «iin chicken hou.se to in-siirt- ti-nipcratiin -.s a[id to. Ii ^td.'ct agaiii.-'t firo. ' lA't u.s .ijivc ^voii |)Jans and o.slimales-. .•!;ij \\'/ iSladiUtn Phone Miv.i l.ydia .Miller liohirl^ l.-iiiil. of I'oliia Cilv Ol.la.. will w.vl li. r adojiii 'il fifth.-r. ^Mr -i. ueililing uill 'iihi- pi.ice at ll:i-llinaK I 'hilaiielj .l .ia. . adopted IV.. Ive years a«" hy K. W. .Mar-j ueallliy beail i,r the .Marlaiiil Oil Coiupany ' Marlainl died fw.i years a^o. The of th.' p:ii' Ills of ih.' brid.-flecl. in ' iti.'s they ]iii'v<'d -in the ilaij fallen l.'"ss of th.- ijinor:.!'.!. 1 Ihii.li ;lio!iiesi;es lor a small invariiriily' ev.jljcii in him -oi'. lerr d.' '-^.'ii'-i lia ^r ^i'i whi.-h' III'- '.i-! Ks.'iiirii- :il '.liiia v.aai-l'ed in a il.nnl 'n' I'.-r. :l -"'>i l ^i!!l ^:••l^ oa Mi"; sii ns hi' t"'i i.i'lhr-: liui - iiii; iiMil .'ri'i 'al h il : .-le:. iie '.l . iir; hilli'i !i.---•. :i lii'j .viii:' I :-. ' II. i.'lf 1.':'-" !'. .'I iiiiiod '.••W in ;.Laiii.' i pi:y -.ii;- •iiipi. I 11';i.'-l|.'-.-^- ijl snill.' iwiw'erriil. wi'.;!ii-!iiiii' .-inii'inli'. .'!'"ili:iii» i;'.. !i. II'." Ill' lid i liiii;- M'!:'. lI'.iuKiiiK 111 I'll' ihi.ii.-.i -lU i.;" I'O'iK'Ii.-aiii'ii: 'iiil?-j.l. <ii' Wii-h- !\;ili-:i- lii.lde; iilil. •I tta anil ahum lie' ihi.ii.-.'iiid.-' •<•!;.mil! II'-.; for - liliill:; III. iv .•' I ihijl'. In .i'ai inviMl '.'ii' iM -i 'i'r l':ai .11.-I he:, I «.'I 'M. I 11. in .111 I iji; 111 iiiiiiiy. Kaeii «'K I :'.'.v a fi 'W i.i'll'.'m. lu 'Vi -ity- SH i< l;.f-ll 'li^illMr -ioil.'ll. I lllllil l"l I d. nilii fil'i. I le(il,\- '.:ii''( |i .--..rit l.'ie Iilaii'.f'ihey had lift Oilers i"- ni'iiiii'd lio|M'iiil: iiia'iv lii .ir j.- i 'i 'i;lii |f -iil r.. Mill'.I iiil 'i K -hilli ^iti. •.'.<-i.- «,11. iri;v!i'i a '-i-";i. fi'" ;• l .-a-l- ei'i -1 .1 :'.yaiiii in ami r.-.i.i jt. ilie i!.':illi !iii> inii'...' In . • ;i"l ; li"iii. TmH ILiiriiiii l>iii'\\ Ihi'iii and 1ini |i'. Ml'.ill lIli 'Ml,. Iliilu lllMl^llilli; villi lilt 111 ill lli-ir 1 iiiip'i al Cald'."'1 a'lnl Wi 'lliliiMCii 'll |i|-.' iva-- ' 1 ill i.'iM aii'a.iir them, tim' inml. . |^"lii thii;vis. .iinl i'Mii'' .'. I |.i '-v- p .Tlcil; III rill. 1 111.' tiiMhi .-iil tiiil of ('ii!(| ilii iailihii«'-^ <-iiil: hnl In -th" nijiiii lli.'V .'.eii' i.t ihi' '-aiii" 'l.liili "i 'i' sliilf Iha! had . ].|iii |ii '.'l. Tor I hi 'wesUva'il ovir 111" K:,ii-a-' iil .iili'- 111 inalrfe rtafoii iliawii hv hull •l.'ain;.. \\h"n .i'vi'i'\' ii'\\' iiiiii's i.if llie iv.'K had lii 'i ii <iiiil.'sli"l hy lios. till- liiifl.'ili'--'. Tii'.vaiil i !;<Ml all he fi II < iiliipa.-siiiii. I'.'iwiiie Bill fiH .'.Ml hilii.ill the hiiTel li.'ihy linv.ii.l luiiliiiulit. "The fir-l ! I,'p lias lii 'i '!i lal ,t 11." he an- linililie'il. "Tllir rawiiie Bill Dkla- hom.'i C.ih'ni/.iii.in I'oinpjny lias Jiei'ii I'oiniiil.. Th.'ie 'l! he hian.h- lalir. in other < iti.'s. Dues, tw.i dollai'-^Mii .j.iin aiei't.vn dnUai'-! a .ve.'ir !iiil '--In-'ll ii" ii|ii'i!>:d wiiliin a "^•ea:•. 'I'oe.y. ymi i an h. ; on tiiiU." Th" yiiiiii.L'.'!' Ill 111 f.'ll liis I 'll- tliMsiasin. ".\ni! ulia! are .ve to do- Wait fur il l.i open'.'" "I'"i>r.<. Ill" eir.i 'i imieiii's hand. h.\ Ci'il' Thi-- wini.'i- «.•'!! i." Ims;.' Ol caiii?.;!!.!;. I.it; iii 'fiivi' sjiiiiii; W" ,^•.1 ill and slay." - '••!{( "^'isiain.'.'" "I.aiip" il woii'i h" iiei I'SS ir.v." Ill- troV.'ai'-il., "If il'e 'rmiiis "It's a ; ar.i-- tli'Mii lo r'.'-i-t the gover; au'iit will,', a '-l .-i 'V <>!' f 'in-.'. It's n'lellion. if :!u' snhii.'! s fir.' on 11; - " homa'rifjlil now. Bill. These )i"o pie know it" ;"I know Si)oiiers. Hidiny oiil ai.d wailing loi. ^he opening so Ibey won't have to mak"- ihe ra<-e. " lie swoi. softly. "\\.'v,f done aM as Cliiciigo there! fte colli. 1 to slop il. leit some people can't plav in aiiv game williout : an.! confid"nce men saw i-h.-aiin-, . . . Those two refin.-d opiiortnnify and in di.stant j i.,okin,v. v^'eiits you -ee coming HI- ward lis are in Ilie pay of ihe cat- tli'iuen." He nodded in I'le direction of two horsemen." ron;;h looking men. one with In-avy jaws, the tnlii-r w(r!i a ii.'itcii (jver his rivht eye. Ilowriy." he said (-asily as ihey approached. "Coine i.: look iis ov"r'.'" I They paid i;o heed lo his (|n.'s- ' 'ion. Til" niai. uilii 111.' iiaich s:ii'l. ••villi,a •-ne'.r. "Think \i.;ril I'i y to i -rV'ss- il;e Strip'? Yon I.now v.hai will .h .aj.'ieii. don't yon'.'" "Wl'.y. no: i- don't i .now. 1''' iii '.'ii doiiiL' .-oiiie ihinl .iaL-. ili.niu'i. Can v'oii i"ll .111'.'" "I'd like III Uiiiiw HHM'I." •<•• in;.ik"d Tony, rani-iiiv, .h .-"r I'l I'av.'uee Bill. Till'-;" W"!.- f;iiiiim':i lltldoilbledly. he was •hiiil.iicMii.l capable of anvtlHii.u •• ev. II maiih r in brofid daylivlit' • j'|./»''lH.* I'.W'f-l VALLEY -Mrs. (..t.s Bar- -I Ihii).:. T^li" .Springer bill, described as •'.in .'Hi lo organize <Iie Territory of Ciii: hiiin.'i nil I tor other "inir- ;.c.^rs." v-as hi'lon- Congress. If il. •"as^;.'lj - • "Bill I'm not too optimistic."' I'a.\;."e Bill l.dld Tony Hiirri-'on. "!;• Ihinpis ;.;o aloii:; as they hav" lii'iii. ihi' ••.•iT;,l"meii .will lick it. 111! ijiii" til forie their haud. '. ; 'iKl:!: r.*i''ll lii!"' up on ihe '.•mili 'i. and wi ''I| '^.•nd oiii win.I i ''':.'i w .'r" ' 'J .iing in and that if l.liey try. to imt ns out we'll drag . 1 .mil iii'ii iiiii V. nil. IIS rill ijiiwu llieir ifi'iices.- run off theli' ll"i il:, aiiytliini-'.''' Toiiv shiidderi'd. Diien warfare on 'ri ^ii'- MiiirM' al last, he llioir.;ht. I '.ii! h.' MO.Med a -isi 'ii;. "I said I'l •liil; :wiih yiic," .he said, "ills 1; :t: anui 'lv "A -hit... '•'r ill Wlchitii the wagons moved ii.iilliward to come to a hall on 'II. hoHl.'l' of Ihe Cherokee Strip tli .il :ihli"il .lif land iK 'lweeu K;in- 1. an-! Dklahoiiiii. Ihe Proinisi-d I..111(1 I 'hK 'c'iiirageinelil. definnce, llujii :l!:i'se ;were ill the battle i;ii"-. ! ih .'ii ari-iiiniianh d the creak- ll»k' of v.ai;on w liei -lv.. the stumble of linr .-i's. Ihe ciirdiit; of men iis' th.-\ iii ';;i 'il i.liiiu. I.ii'ward. forwaril. .\l the .i!;.:" ol ih" A[ri\t Ihey 'Miii |.<d .Ml along ilie border then- f >l I'l 'li'lii'il .'111 iiii )irok"ii line of '.vaui .ii- .'iiiil ti'iits. They wailed '.void III send ilieni lorward. w .'iii..,( j'liniB. (("U.iiilly. S<iiilli of ilii'ni ih"\ I 'oHhr sc" 111" blue uiii-' f...m.. i.f I'liili'd .Slates cavalry, dmi^ |.-s wailing lo I'ontest iheir' (111IT. and many shook their fists at ;ln' Mihlii 'i'y and ciir>--ed. whil.' llie nioi.. tliiiid stared and won- di'ieii and thought of their women iimi I hllilri 'ii. . ._ ' Tliiis Ihey waited, while Pawnee ^li!l ;niif Ton.v! ilarrisiui moved' aiiioii'^ tlnin and iried to answer Ih' •.lioii -^aiids of iiui'stions hurled, tit lli -ni. Word came that the cat- lb aijii intended to contest the- 1 i -'>-ijng of ill" .Strip. ! said to ITO BK CO.NTI.M'KDi ; I'lln nee Itill tniiies u coiiiile.iu' Imil Mien. In (he tievf Inslalliiietil. PRAIRIK CHAPEL 1 1,. I». .Maiiocks I .liiii. 10. Ann in .shiaii hiilcher- ed a h. I'. i''i:i.lay. B. II. Bacon WJI-J haii from I'.h-iiior" I'lida.x. Mr. .iiid .Mrs. I.. II. MaMiii k Hale vl-iili'd Siiiiiliiy al .1 A. loi ks's. Hiiri'V .•iiiil Curli- Bohh ai" hreaklng .vr.iing iiiiili ilii^ wii k. .Mr- .1. A. .M.iiioeks vi^ili'il Tii.r- il.iy wiih Ml •'. It I.. I!.'igi'r.- .1. K. Hail li'riiil" aiijl I'.Uil .'iii'l Harley *|[nli!» wii" ituilinu h.'V Thursday. l. C. I'" .M.i.vw.'ll li. :iii d; I.. I». .\la'- toi'ks bull lii-r a hi'i'f Thursday. .Mrs. Civil" l,o.iii"y (i.-iliil with her iiari'iits. .\Ir. and .Mrs. .\a-iiii -Slrian Tuesday. Kred He;id is on ihe sick li-^t. The Ladies' -.Vid ine: Tliiirsday with .Mrs. .1. A. .MaltiM'k'?. Sevenil of !!ie si-indjir.-; of (ilive Branch sihool are out of schooi. sick with Ihe flu. (iOLDEN .1 .111. !i. -.Mr. anil ker of Lallarpi' visiicfl :Miinday at III.- .Linii's K.irr home. ; Helherl .lohnsioii w.n<: a week- I enl gue.;i of Hiilph Sti'Warl and • I;oiialil Kelkiii> visiti'd .Sunday' wii;i tile Ixiys. Mr. and .Mrs. Leslie Twadell and: littli' daii;;li'.er speni Thursday evening wii'a .Mr. and Mrs. .Inhn .Maiili"ck. Sam I'ak. > .)•• .'. iveil ilie sad U'W.'- Siniiiay of :ii- dtiitli of his !iivii'.'er. Chai i' liaKi r. v, iio lived ill Cojor.ido. .\.- .Mr. Baki r could no| m.ik" :hi' trip iii this linie his .•;on. Kvi i'.m."Bak<,-r. wt 'iit. iiavins; tli .'B afiiriioiiii in comiiaiiy with .Mr. and .Mrs. .1...' (IrilTiiil : of .Mo- liiu. Th.y dr.ive tliroiigii in Ih.- Criffiih c.ir T'l.'.' W. S of iJi" ("Iiildeii \'it!I'-y I hiir. Il -.Mil 'iiv" dtiinrr at ilie ( '.;ar: s I'j'i ,' sale Wi 'dnesday. ! .Mr •••v.'l .'.l!-. .loin- Maiibeck en- i '.'i:a:n> il Ci" loilowing .p.iie-ls at.' ilftin r .Siinii.iv: Mr. and .Mr*. K. .1 . Bal,' r a.id Wiinda. Mr. and .Mr.^. j I'l'iirl Baki'l" iiiid Lois. ' I' .Mrs.'Cb.irle ; Hawkins v'.siKd l i ''rii!ay 'afti rii 'ion with .Miss Siilli-I van. ; CI.'.Ill white rags wanted at the ii--ler ollice; will pay 10c lb. iiliift." I'awn.e Bill Tony W'ita raiK iicni "Thi'y're Avoiried about 's uoiim to Innpen lo tlieir- H"-' if tills Iniiicli iiiiiis loose,, on d> striiction. I'm w;iiting' —Extra large jbiindles of clear newspapers, 10c, at ttcgisfer office. Lesson' No. 8 Question: Why is the emulsified form the more efficient way forme to realize the health-giving benefits of cod-liver oil ? Answer: Because when cod-liver oil is emulsified it is more perfectly ahsorbed, and does not disagi'ee with digestion. Take • SCOTT'S EMULSION isa If It I'awnee BiM chew lltoiis-'htfullv. • iBut if we'r" ready to lehil d his lip they know ifithev real- foV word from Washington. !<n'i , what I'm . hoping it wi ;w • niov.' In wiUitii a.week." 'I'il "y ; at liieir horse.>; at Ihe edge 'of IIK' Boomer camp just south of Ai 'Kaiisas City. Thel older man's i;;ij ;e -jwcjit along the! line <if wag: iiii> that strenhed .'i-- far ns the eyJC' :<(iiild se,'. ".lust straining to go,'', 111' saiii. ".N'oihing can Iiold them ';iai !: niiiili |oi:i;er." "There are hundreds in 'Okla- J,()pp,O00th Chevrolet ini927 The l,006,00Cih car built in 1927 liy the Chevrolet Motor Corftony U ghoms alwvc as :it rolled o.f the assembly linesar F15nt,'Mlch.,onDecember 30 wiih C.F. Ba|:h, viis-prc.iJ.-at in clur;:? <:( manufacturing, at the wheel. Tliepccorj piod^-l ^vr.sa n.-.v P'iSrcJan. Mora than SO.OOOof the new cars have jjccn jsuilf jto Jatc that Jcalers In al} parts of thccuuotr>' mayjbaakc iai- :,iHcJi«te dctivcry on all models.' " " NO "A" BATTERY NO "B" BATTERY NO X" BATTERY Just plug in.—take your power ~ from the light socket and en- * joy complete independence of batteries, eliminators and chargers. Bat more! In addition to having this convenience, listen to the richest, clearest, most deh'gbtful re i [ception that'Radio science _ lias yet adueved.'^ ELIJS •\IOfOR COMPANY •21S N.iMh Mnvlijnslon : Vhnw Ml pi out Jbr Lcdnomicat Transportation 1.-) pHtVRbtET Again, Chevrofet hascreated an autcv mobile CO far'beyond alL expectations in the low-price Aeld that it consritures the ^catest achieveiuent oi America's g»atust industry. Built ona4'indh longer %vheelbasc— offh-ing numeipus improvements in performance, jbcauty and safety— the: Bigger and Better Chevrolet m.ark8 a spedtitcular epoch'in the development ,bf luxurious trans- portarion at lo^ cost. • -• i • . ''''»[' The engine is of improved valve-in- h<ad design wi^K alloy "invar htrut" pistbni . V . hycjro'Iaminated cam- •fa^^ gear*... ihushroom type valve tappets ... AC oil filter . . . AC air clfaitier and u new crankcase breath* ing system. i * Throughout th4 entire car similar advancements are i'cpresented— from tlie four-inch longer wheelbase and the new semi-«lliptic shock absorber sprinj;s-f-r84% of the wheelbase, to' tbej marvelously beautifiil new Fisher .'bodies in new Duco colors. '( Come in; and drive; this great new car. Drive it thrqugh traffic—and get the thrill of its darting pick-up ... the smooth, certafn action of its non-locking four-\yheel brakes! Drive it ori the open °^oad—and test every point in the speed range for smoothness and roadability! Try it on the hills—aiid learn the true meaning of Chevrolet^power! Do that—and you will agree with thousands of others that* here is the world's most luxuiriolis low-priced automobile. Every featuri^ of advanced design demanded in the finest bars now I offered in the New Chevrolet! Read this partiail list. Improved yalvcin-head motor. New Hruoilcr frame 4' iuaisen wh«etba<e 107'. New fotir-wheei brakei. Ther'mbf f at control cooling •Yttiem. • New 4iloy "invar strut" pistons. New instrument panel In JirecC- ly lighted. N'ew ^ball bearins worm and .Kear.iin:ertng. Semi^elllptic shock absorber tpr^os; 84 per cent of wheel- bM «.1 Safety! gasoline tank at rear. Larger bialloon tires 30' x 4.50'. New >'»tTeamline bpdies by Fuher. New pBco colors. Theft-proof steering and ^ignl- tion lock. A. C. Oil filter. i A. C. ait cleaner. Single-plate dry disC'dutch. . New I crankcase breatiiinf { system. ^New two port exhaust. Heavy one-piece full-c^wn fenders. - Alemite pressure lubrication- Vacuum tank fuel supply.'-. Improved Deico-Remy'dis- tributor ignition. - ^ ; Combination tail and stop Bi^W Large 17' steering wh«ei^th spark and throttle;' Uve» located on top^ R^F view mirror. and PRICES REDUCED! $495 S495 $585 $595 $675 The RnatlsU'r - The 'I'onririi; The Coach - The Coupe -. The Kour-Door Sedan The Sport Cai)riolet - _ The Imperial Landau Light Delivery Truck I lility Truck - $715 $375 $495 |iri<'c>. i'. <«. I>. Mint, MWi, V Shelly Motor iCpmgany 118 W. Jackson I '>Ph6ne60 Q U A E IT Y A T LOW COST

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