Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 14, 1928 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, January 14, 1928
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THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. SATURDAY EVKNTNG. JANUARY 14, 1928. PAGE THREE ' Miss Irene rulliam, daughter of the Her. I. B. rulliam, former pas-, tor X)f»the First Methodist church here, ik very ill of appendicitis. In a hospital at Kansas City. The Pul- Uam family is now living In Lebanon, Mo., but :ill are in Kansas becbusc of Mit» Pulllam^s .condition. - —A car of ifood dependable Lump Coal on track, ?5.50 per ton off car, ffi.SS per ton delivered. lola Junk end Coal Co., phoncT .'U?, first door Lorth Katy idci>ot. H. K.-Ililchcoc'k. district manager of the S. II. A. lodKC, was in Humboldt Monday, LaHarpc TUCH- day, ChHDUtc AVcdnewlay. Mildred Thursday and In Cbanute Friday. Thursday night at Mildred, nine new membcrH wore admitted to the lodge followed by a ihlckci^ sandwich feed. Nino new members were also taken in at Chanute Friday night. Tht? mef'tlng there was followed by a dunce, with music furnished by the R. D. A. orchestra.. —Five valiiiost new - I 'ndorwiMid Typewritei-H for rent. $:! per month. •Williams Typewriter Co. . Mrs. F. L. Williilp .md dauKlitors. Mrs, C. .1. iiowder.'; and .Mrs. C. J. Baker, of Toionto. Kan., spent yos- Ifrday ia the homo of .Mrs. Claude Barker, of .50.! South Kgntucky St. Mrs. Bark<?r and Mrs. Wilhilc aru «4t-.-r.s. —.loint inpptinc of Liiclics' Auxiliary and ' Aniericui ,l/<',^ion Mon- da.v night, S o'clock. Initiation, program, refreshmonis. ?.>eRion- nalrt'S' wij-ps invited. J; D. BCCHA.\\\_\, 1'. C. -Mr. and .Mrs. C. If. Filzpafrick •will return home tomorrow from Ttonner Springs* where they have been vl.siting.their .son.s. • ' • • * • WL>TEK 'S H.iLF OVER • • ' ' ' . • • "YOUR OVBRGOAT will • • serve you better if cleaned • • and pr9sscd before the next * • t;oId spell. . . . Phone 105 • • •' * • • Ablesun Cleaners • • * The roa_l of )ifit:le..Mlii|) gray paint which h'a.s recently been .given the olxl Itegisler biiildfuK. now owneit hyT 11. Hovvlu.s. has greatly improveil Its appearance. • —^If .voH want to liiiy or build, 'JJy or suburhae property. The lola Wulldlng & I.oau Assot-latlon will DiBl(c you a loati, low Interest rata nO-JcommlssIon. See (5. K. Peos Becretary, »t old Keglstcr building southwest corner Of square. 'KII/.abeth H. Arthur libriirlan at the Olathe Public Library, has the following to say regarding spme hooks rebojmd for the Library in the binder>^ at the lola Dally Register: "We-are very much pleased wHh our pamphlets that you rebound for us." —Free. Saturday uight at Cooks .with each purchase of $1.00 or more, a 25c Chinese Puizlc Free. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. RliiiesMisev' went to Kansas City this afiernoou to be guest.s of Mr. anil Mrs. II. L. W'hltaker over the week-end. —Don't fnrgi-t I'ott'.-' public H;ile Tuesday, .Ian. IT. ::>-, miles north iron Works on Ki-iitucKy. , Hoy Hair, delegate from the American Legion Post here to a meeting of i>»comniander.M at To- pekii last week, probably will report on tho meeting at -Monday night's session of the local post. rltrath of John IValtfr. jlolm Walter, aged 82 yekrs, died this morning at 6:30 o'clock at his home In iPiqua. The funeral service 'Willi be held at St.- Mai tin's church at Plqua-.Monday morning.' at 10:30 o'clock., with the Rev. Fr.: Helmanni officiating. Burial will' be in the Plqua cemetery. —Several grades of Coal in transit. Phone your orders to lola Junk and Goal Co., phone 317, first door north Katy depot. ' • —Dr. C. E. Pendarvis, Dentist, Ofl. over Olohe. Pho. 384; Res. 1123. Miss Elizabeth Smith. 416 South Walnut street, who was Injured In an automobile accidents thrive weeks ago, was taken to the Johnson hospital at Chanute yesterday to have an X-ray plctura token of her spine. The picture showed several vertebrae misplaced. She was placed In a cast and will probably, be In the hospital a week. It will be six weeks howeVer before the cast will be rOmoycd. —Wanted to Bu.v: Copy :of .Vov. Ifl Register. Bring or phoiie Register IS. —"Van 's Bread." good as ever. In i\ recent official statement of the condition of the First .Vational Bank, published in the Begister, the name of R. L. Thompson "Junior" appeared as one of the directors, when (he name should have (been R. L. Tliompson j "Senior." Beg pardon! - Don't forget Pott's public sale Tuesday. Jan. 17. :rv, miles north Iron AVorks on Kentuck.v. John Po.sf. of 113 South Ohio St., is in the S. 11. X. hospital at Topeka for a surgical operation. —Special Chicken Dinner Sunday at Krauses Cafe. J. C. Porter, of the Basket Store, has moved his family here from Ottawa, and they are residing at 31.". North street. —Barohazel Hand Lotion, 2ric i)er 'bottle, made by us and guaranteed. Cook's. "M. C. Keever, of LaHariw. who was operated ujwn Thursday morning at St. John's. hospital, is reported as getting along nicely. -A. H. Schwardt, Cabinet Maker iiW Soutb Colhorn. Pal Heffern, of Plqua. who was operatwl upon at St. .lohn's hospi- jlal. expects to 'be able to return home Monday. —I'lione us your orilers (pr Kaii- sn", Okfahoma. Illinois, Colorado, and s/>veral ollieir grades of <-oaI and,coke, lol.i Jiihk and <^'<iiil f'n.. phoiie 317, first door mirth Katy depot. - i .Mrs. .\nna McDdwell returneil to her home in Colony this afternoon after*li visit with her niei-i-s, Mrs. norem-e Longshore anil Ml.«s Klla Vezle. of .'22 .North Was'iilngton avenue. IV .ir. F. CRKW • Physician »nd Sunceon • • Eve Ear. Nosi- iiiiil Throat * • Classes Fitted • • I'li. Wa.-ihinliii.'n. lola • • Olfice phone S2r^- Ites. IL'.O • ^ It * % * ^ (OKUK(TIO.\ In several copies of 1"liurs- day's Itegister one line in the advertisement of Hichard- Koii 's January Clearance Sale did not print. This was;- .\lMteiuiiaii(> 'j Price Among the list of Iwoks of the best seller.';! of the past month, the lola Public Library has purchased the following: "Jnlna," by .Mazo De LaJloche; "Kitty." by ; Warwick Deeping.; "Deatli Comes for the Archbishop." iiy Wllla Cafher; "Dusty Answer' liy Rosamond Lehmann: ;"'riic iliiimlniothers," by Glcnway WiM.^ti: •Foricrn Klver," by Zane Cviy. •'I'hc .Xri.-tm-ratlc illss Brewster." I.y .I'o.-epli C. Lincoln: ".X (;oo(l Woniiiii." by l.oui.s Bromfield;- "Cod .uid [lie Cnicer- man;" by Harold Hell Wright: "Wallflowers." by Temple Bailey; "The Quest of Youth." by .leffery "Farnol: "Giant.s in the Earth." by Olc Rolvaag: "Kebellion.'" by .Mar- •-jjl Howi.> Farnliam.; "JJarberry mish," by Kathleen .N'orris; "They 'Also Ser^c." by Peter B. Kyno; "Lights Up," by (irace S. Richmond; "Trader Horn": ".Mother India." by Katborine Mayo: "We." by Charles Ai Lindbergh: "The Storj- of Philosophy." by. Wljl "Durant; "What ,Oan a .Man Believe." by Bruce Barjon; "Now We Are Six." by A. A. ,Milnc: "Revolt in the Desert," T. E. Lawrence; "Transition;"- hy WUl Durant: "Elbert Hubbard's Scrapbook"; "America," by Hendrik "Van Loon; "Bugles in - the Night," by Barry Benefleld: "Candle Days," by Marlon N. Rawson: "The Geography of American Antiques," by Lurelle Guild; and "Claire Ambler" by Booth Tark- iuttui). . • ' Mr>^. '.M. 11. Wright, who h :is! been ;i gin'.-^t ill the IIDIII • of Mrs .1. M. Sanders, (if 4u:! Soi Ih Elm street, reiiirni'd this afternoon to her. jhonn! in l.awreiice. ;<aiis. - 1 . ' Don't fiirget Pott's ptiblic sale Tuesday. Jan. 17. .'t'/i' miles north Iron Works on Kentucky. The Horvllle -l-H club was reorganized for 1928 at a meeting at the Homer Dreher , residence in that district last night. .Officers elected T^-ere: Margaret Monfoit. president,; Harold Denning, vicepresidontj: Lois Dreher. secretar.v; Collein ShoWors. reporter': Willett Griffin.|C,heer leader; and Rose Dreher. soiig leader. ! We.know Bakery Products are good. But Have You Tried Ours? VAN HOOZER'S. i - -The star Valley grange installed qfflcers at a meeting last night. An interesting meeting was held and an oyster supper served. - i Pependalile -i-Lump Coal on track: $5.r>0 i»er ton. off car, $6.2,"> delivered. lola Juiik and Coal Co.. pJionc ."117. first door nortli of Katy depot. Mr. Arch. Moll and .Mr. George; llnriiold. deputy U. S. revenue ••ollectors, were in lola today' oil business. i —Something different. Welister's Famous Fudge. 49c; lb. at Cook"s. '.Mrs. Carl McGovTicy and .Mrs. .Mex Calvert, of Cqfre>"ville, Kau- .•yis. who have bi>ei visiting their sist«y. (Mrs W. J. I r«cn, returned home today. —Wanted to Buyr (J 'opy of Nov. 10 Register Bring or phone Register IS. .\. C. Littreil. fr.-;;; ir'ck'ojn>rator at the local San:-! h- station, went to Ottawa this moiiii<ig. He and his wife, who wen there yesterday afternoon, took Miss Mary Littreil, a sister, to Kansas City today to enter the hospital for an operation. John P. Wilicozson, of Emporia, Is sutostitutltjg for Mr. Littreil today. (Mr. Harry Boekcn. of Salem tpwn&hlp. was a wdcome visitor in the Register officei today. —Webster's Famous Fudge Special. 49c lb. at Cooks. You will like it. ; ' . —Dr. Montgomery, Chiropractor, lola Laundry Bldg. Phone 138. An absolute guaranty goes with every plepo of coihmerclal printing the Register job print- \ng department, Thl« department is doing work for twenty or more Kansas, and Oklahoma torw-ns and not a Job has ever been returned because of a mistake In the lettering or of poor quality in materlo^ or workmanship. —Spprlal Sundnr dinner at Fort- land Hotel, fiSc. Hoiir<!i, ViiVt to i. —nr. A. B. Twadell, Osteopath. New Globe Bldg. Phone 191. Mr and Mrs. H. H. McConachle. .Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Brewer and son, Harry, and .Mr. Hal Brewer, returned to their home in W'fchlta last evening. They were here to attend the funeral of their mother and grandmiothcr, Mrs. D. H. Brnwer. --Wanted to Buy: Copy of NoVj 10 Register. Bring or phone Reg* ii:ter IS. —Dr. Lucy E. Poison. Chiropractor Northrup Bldg. Phone 326. .Mrs. Dewey Elliff. wlio has been vbviting her mother, Mrs. ; A. J. Herri<k, of ,17 Campbell street, returned today to her home in Clinton, Okla. • • • • F. L. B. LEATELL, St. D. • • . Special attention given Dis- • • eases of Colon and Rectum. • • Electro-Physiotherapy • • Office lola State Bank Bldg. • • Phones—147 anil 705 • .f. R. (iarrlson. carpenter and builder, of 402 South Fourth street, who has 4)een III for some time, is reported about the same. —('bug Foo, the Chinese puzzle, free Saturday night at Cook's with each purchase of $1.00 or more. —Dr. J. T. Reld, Surgery and K- TBL J. Phone 357. One of the Register carrier lioys , lost two English (books. "Silas j .Marner" and "Ivanhoe." He would | appreciate it if the finder .would i please leave' them at the Register ' office. —For Real Estate Loans see tho Serurlty Itldir. tc Lnnn A'ssorlntlon, lola, Ks. Office in First Natl. Bank. Robert TromlKiId, a student at K. v.. Is spending' tho weekjcnd with honin folks. —Wo pay 6*^ on Pull Raid and Installment Stock. Tlie be»t investment, the best method to save. Mernrify lildtr. k Loan Asuodntlon, lolo, Knntfnx. Mrs. Mil CopiMxk went to Tiilsa, : Okla.. today to visit: hi«r son, [ Clark Copiwk and family. • — • —Call, phone or.write tis for our 192S .Memoraniliim ('alenilar. Shan-j non's Hardware. j Mrs. P. J. Anderson.-of Marshall, .Mo., a reader, -who gave a rct;ital last night at the A. M. E. church went to (Slianute today. —' " I —0. L. Cox, M. D. Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat —To those interested in Harness, we e.xpec:t the first of wepk tho j last consignment of harness that j we bought at the old price. Are ; we selling harness'; You tell 'cm! They arc coming from far and near to buy. AVe haVe a line of manv different styles to choose from. We have a special harness to suit those who want a cheap set; the leather is not first class but looks well as long as the dressing sta.vs on. It Is ; a 1 ^1, real heav.v. with 1% Btrap i work. The price is in line with 1 mail order prices. $47.50.;; Look it' over. Our No. I harness is higher as you would expect. Would like to see our friends get in on thesJk priceH hefore it is too late. )V«! are not closing out; will be here to look after what we sell.—Roach- Elliott. LaHarpe, Kans. i . Dr. Mila Hayes Lee will go to Huti'hin.son tomorrow to attend the ron\'ention of the Kansas Opto- j metric association to be held there Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. ! There will be educational lectures ; and clinics whi<h are of much | value to the optometrists In their j pra'ctlcc. Dr. Lee holds an office.] in the a.«.s9ciatiun. 'being zone j chairman of the nine counties in ; Southeast Kansas. Sho.wlll meet with; the officers of the association Sunday evening, and will attend* a spt^-ial session of lectures delivered Sunday by Dr R. M. Peckhani of Waterbury. Conn. **rrS LQNG WAY TO NICARAGUA** LIBERTY (Cora B. Harris* Jan. 12.—Sunday. January >>. was ii very nice day with the <'Xception pi mud roads. Services at church wer2 very well attended. The Uev._ X. L. Vezie filled the pulpit Sunday evening. There is always rmitn for more. Let tliis be one of your .N'evV Year's resolutions, that you will attend church services and help to overcome objectionable obstacles ill the community in:which .vou live. God 'vorks wopders through linniaii help: it may be I you ht? is training. .Mr^^ Harris called on Mrs. Simmons. Mrs. (Jeorge Wilson.' .Mrs. Eugeiie. FIsk and Mrs Will Wilson Tuesilay afternoon. i.Mr and .Mrs. W. X. Wilson. .Miss Lucy and Nathan were calling at I Henry< Harris's Monday eveiiii)^. Lucy and Nathan Wilson. Tliel- ma and Wilbur Harris spent Jloii- day eveniiifi; with thi! Searcy ><iun;; people. .Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Johnson '. and children were- S;itinilay evening callers .at P. S. Heath'.-. ! .Miss Lucy Wilson and .N 'atbaii lent sang as they W"-^"" l^f'™' ^'-f^'^J, jwllh the prospect ^''^'li'ier .Mo -Thev enjoyed coasting down the liHls over thcrii. ioiumander i -^7" •"^i'"""*''!-;' '-'"y'l^ i and daughter Julia, were calling lu I lola Sundav afternoon. g A YARD county makes, rt sponsible citizens! ui^crtv folks were vi rv much ,v!,.c vi„v,i \x..rnr,,,u,Vx I'ealiz.. the v .njii^ of .such i.ii or- ,.„ppri^,l .^vhen the telegram came i.Mi^. j<io>a .Mciornid .Ki ganizaiiou. Stealing maj- be piof- Tue.sdav morning that Miss Minnie Jan. i:;.-"Friday. the l.Uli liable while the ijhieves get by but Townsend had passed awav. a.s we This has been a, "fair am! warm- sooner or later Uiey uie bound to understood she was recovering, er week and all have enjoyed the gpt .aiialft. 1.Minnie passed her earlv life here bright day.s and are glad to see'. The Rev. J. C. Line was callincr'in Libertv district and ^he was tho mud drying up and roads get- jn B;iyanl Fri^a.v afternoon. i well liked by all who kne«- her. ting good again. ! -^^Jj: —[.She was of a mqdcst. retiring di^ = ^LSMORE .Ian. 12.—i-Mrs. \lartlia Gay i'n spending a:^ few days with her daughter aiftl family. Mrs. I^awreucc .Marrsof ESinion'. IVe are .glad to report Mrs;: Gay m feeling soinb better the last week. Mr. and Mrs. Delirier Ludliim and daughter ^targaret spent Sunday at the Kussell Ludliini home. Ira Bacon and children spent BuO' day. with Mrs.- Curley Beaman and children. Charley Krokstrom and; daughter. Jlrs. Ted Swansont were business visitors in Chanute .Monday. -Mrs.' l>awrence Marrs and Mr. • .nnd -Mrs. Willard Gay attended tho funeral of Mrs. Marrs' and Mr. f;ay"s aunt. Mrs. ftordon, of Fort Scotf. last Thursday. Mrs. Gordon Miss I" oren.e IJasnigcr <i >!'r ,,^n in fairly good health most ran spent Iri-Uiy attenioon w,t6 -Jf^ ^^^^ ^^^th was •^'^.•^^-^''-T „ 1 nil a shock, to this community. She The Hsmore iiiiit <,t tl.e^ l'"",'"^. had seemed .is well as usual and Farm IJiireau club met riinrsdavj-1 • TIiatM What these 400 leathernecks of the llih regii boarded the I*. S. S. Oglala at Newport .Vews. V:t.. of action against the bandit Sandino"s men alieail iii Inset is Colonel Robert Duiilop. their regiiiieiitai t I, afternoon, January ."«. with -Mr.'?. Foster Myers. There was no sp^ ;. ileath'struck her Mrs. Gordon is a sister of .Mrs. Gay. Mrs. Gay was unable to attend the funeral ow- ciiil work .at the meeting as the election ot Offi<:ers was. taken up. Mrs. Svve?lid of lola cave an 1\" "7.""" . , , „^ , teresting t.i)k. This was the firs^ j -llr. Ceorse l.iuquist ol Chanute vear of farm bureau work for KIs-' and Mr Peterson were "JecUnB more and we hope and intend to | relatives .-.nd. old friends in Els- prosper by": it. The )>ext nieetiiu! ""Jre Monday. will be held With Mrs. Will Watsoiy. The 1.. I.";'club niet at the «OHI C- try home <)f' .Mrs. I.loyd Cox FrC- ilay. Thev held the eleciiou <ff <ifricers aiwl also did Mrs. Cox. - Mr and Mr.-<. John .\rd of Idaho arrived the first of the week to visit with relatives nnd friends of tliiii commiinit.v. 3 ' <|iiilliiiK foj-i .\Irf<. Ralph I.ndliini and littlo ; if'augbter Sarah Beth, returned to Andv .Mahrs is .spendinij :i lew : their home at Wichita after spend- weeks at M.ound C"itv with relativett! in^ the past few weeks -A-ith rela- and friendHi: ; : fives. . Mrs.: l.'riire returned home last; There is to be a basketball game Thursdav after spending the past!at Elsmore Friday night. Jaaiuary few weeks?with her danghfrr an(l l:'. Elsmore towi} team vs. Hum- family. .Mr.'and Mrs. Forrest Ball. Mr and Mrs. Orral Holman. Mr^.j;!t S p. m. boldt.i Double header game. starU The fill at each end of tlie Ions bridge west of Ba.vard was almost impassable several da.vs but it has been dragged and leveled and rolled by iractor, and is in good condition until it rains a,;ain! -Mrs. Chaunce Trimhie and son. Mcrlvu. were (bedfast several days GLENDALE I pos.Ition. taking her part in Sun- 1 day .school and day school. Her f'-„'-rr 'le1w r .urMrs could alwa.vs depeml on M .^?.n. i .nlr -her and all loved her and were also * ^I'Z vf ^^^f Si"" sorry when her health broke about m at W. P.;\ ui Pelt.^. three years a^o. Some of her Irs. .N'ort 'l "ui .'ker went to it. /-lassmates have cone to Calilornia first of this week. in Chi- BarleVs department store wasicago ilie past f eek attendiile a visited "for, the second time since • «'""vention rem ned home .Mon- pneumonla. 45oth are making gooJ turned home tlie first of thi recovery now. : ^V''? ••"•"* '»«f" • been abtieni troiii days. ions illness of U the middle of November by holdup men who got awa.v with about $2ui) from the money drawer. •>Vill and Lyio Frame. Clarence Branch. Mr. Barley and little son were in the store at the time. Earl Caldwell and wife left lola Sunday morning for San Antonio. Texas, and arrived there Monday evening. He will continue his work for the Davey Tree Expert Co.. which has a line clearing job for the. Public Service Co. of San Antonio. They have an apartment at 211 Fifth street and are enjoying the summer climate in January verv much. Centei^ Valley pupils have been | •^^''1'^"" Inking the bi-moiithlv <'xaminalions i ^ ' '""^' Thursday and Friday. ''"I" Friends here have received word' "f ""i of the death of Dr .loliu Crooks "f.",',!!!, Seattle. W;isb.'. January .'>. and his ' funeral"^was helil .laniiary Dr. Crooks married Miss Efffe .Messiu- ger f,f .Moral! who was so well known and loviil liy ni;iiiv when she lived at Moraii, Mrs. Crooks and lier four chlldn n will have the sympathy of their Kansas friends. day night. Several in the suffering wltlj fee sore throat. N<^lie Hickman J sent Bud uoon at XV. i-.;x.ui .-e.r=,. three years a^o. Some of her .Mrs. .\ort 'l "ui !ker :went to It. classmates have gone to Calilornia ...V...... Scott on Tuesday ol" last week to j„ Illinois. We feel sure under the doctor's cafe recovering 1 have an operatioji for tne removal tj,pj. .,|, ^^^a loving memories from flu and a narrow es<ape from "f growth oa J.'|^'/'>^'-., .^"e r^" jof her who has gone on hcfore. and ' * "'"" may her going be a -blessin.!; we know not- of. Somehow, .•somewhere may the dark veil be lifted and let the beautiful light s-hine , ,, , , through, neighborhood are , Mr.c;.' Mike Timmcns was called ;eveie_ coI<li5 and ] has ide of her sister iie(»r .school several j Junction City December Her We are sorrV tjo hear of the ser- changing work i and .sawing wpofiJ .Velson Whicco nl» worked on Mr. Ls cav the Ulh. was ]« 20111. This llie<-t [ iroii.s <if till- idipi-lellt ; sboulil he Btiemlecl by T. Nash at lola. (Sister passed away le 'avins; a f;mi- 'ily <if five small children, the youngest a- baby daughter. Little -Mabel Timmons. who is just three months old. Her aunt Jiroiijiht Wh: ly' examinations 11;!!^ ^^i!'^ T!!''i""'" " o.Iay and Frida.v.4^°mo little thing George and dial- ! ' ^ i"*• TJ'^^r,. ..... ".^i, ited with Mr and Mrs. Tony Willi- binday. Mr. Nash is a friend of our fam- lly. The bi-morrtl| arc being held John Paddock. mer Ilosley. V, W. Heath ami Earl • .. , „, ,. , , „ 1, getting together bi-monthly test this ueek and 'several have been absent on ac- icoiin' of colds and influenza. Mrs. Eugene Fisk entertained her small niece of Parson.< during the of rh.v Eastern ;'";'!•'">••''• «1><" returned to P:.rsons Teleph'oiie fuiiri.anv which l^^'"'' Ix-r niece and bron,:bi her '1 voiiiiger brother home wiili • h:-: while he was tiiirsln;; a hand badl:' damaged with the cidd wliile <iui hiMitliig. Las' Siic'lay .Mr. and Ml••^. Fisk drcive to S:ivoiibiirg tii o-Ii^- lirat" her mother's birllula.v Several other children ami tlii-ir faiiti- !li-s were there :! thf <ine weather lasts mud Is dried up. • w.i.-i 10 have Ijei^i lnld at Kincaid stpoiied until till ng is for the pa- Iliii s and every one who has anyllfinj; to say in regard to the plioneH lir lines. We are ! having very poor service on our lini so let US iget together and Dr. Crooks was born at Olathe.; :^'"nn. "^i?;:^ K::;^;:^'':;;W .Si arrangemclus n.r ser- and Pittsburg .Medlial college, lle^'"' bad been a physician in Seattle fori twenty-eight years. "! '.Mrs. Dennis Isaac. Berpice and. .I.iii. 11.—Ever Melvin spent Sunday with her , i iijoyiiig the sprl mother. .Mrs.. .\nna Hardy. 1 .Mr. ami Mrs. Floyd McCormack and fairtily from Oklalionia. visited Sunday afternoon at Walter: urday until Tue Strong's and Hci^bert Ford's near'son. George, ajid Moraiy j ..Mrs. J. R. '.A((anis. .Mrs. I'.rcen Mildred Dunlap and Kenneth Lind Mrs. Willlarps visited .Mrs. J. Trimble were at home Thursday: U. Conklin Tues and Friday of this week having j .Mrs. Joe Uiwie grades that excused them from jJIenry ('handler mid-term examinations in sppho-tlist. ' more class of Mildred high school, i .Mr. and ^Jr>'. ( SOUTH j,LOG AN one seemed to he ii>;^:Iko weather. I'eters and son ! >lieiit from Sat- I day • with their ramii.v. [lay afternoon, wood and ' .Mrs. are on tho sick The highest ski slide !n the I wrolil. located on ibe Lake Mh lii- I gall saml iliines nrar :MilIcr. Iiid is to be de<licated .laniiary 2:.'. 'I'ii< slide lias a drop of J'I'MI t. .-^ steel tower rises 11.". feet fioin ili< I top of a hill. MATIKEE 10- Cents KelleY lOe and TODAjY ONLY CAmiAMkMUjmratit KING OF WILD HORSES m HEX WIIDDEAUTY A HENRf MACRAE PRODUCTION NnOSRSAJL^ICTURE REX. in his biggest, most'thiiliiiig picture with the stu-- peiiflous stampedi of thousands of fear-mad horses. He- leaps ahead of all bis iir/'vious efforts in this stirring equliie drama- the greatesj horse picture ever made. ADDED: "THE TRAP OF TERROR" 2n(l Chapter of JAip^DAUCHSIVY » .'jMazirii; .•iilviiiliire^; wiiji my.slerioiis iii'iunlijianks ^';i.;)d magic 111:1 rvel;;-.coliirfill downs and da/./.ling dnre -dcvil.'; iloiiig daring deid.s ;iiid-a llioii.sand other l^irilling simalions juil.'.ihig ,-Hid priliiiialing with ex- c'lteintnf. every Ipisoih'. of tin- biggest i ircns |[Hliire on the :^yvi''U'. '• ALSO CO.MEDY A.ND NEWS .Miindujand Tiie-diiy- ('o|lrcn Mmtrp hfHer Wild Oat" ii-een visited jvitli Mrs. Gene Sinclair and Mrs. Rus-j Mr. and Mrs. (l;e<). I'alen and ttaby ; sell Warren of Mildred called on'Sunday. . ' I . 1 Mrs. Trimble Tuesday afternoon.; Henry Thurmaii was in I't-tmlia | The Ba.vard A. ,T. A. heW their • Wednesday. l}<- i>- in very; jioor regular meeting J Thursday eve-1 health. T j ning at the Bayard hall. Several j- The piijiils will 'ake e.\aiiiiiia-; new members Avere added to thejtion Thursday a^d Friday, long list of members here. The! Mrs. Juo. Sifiii reports of stealing of all kinds if; number of «lii1» property from all parts of the' nute Monday eve; eiitortaiited a ladies fronij Clia- ;iiiug. ; MONTEVALE (Norma Isaac) 12.—Sheririan Rogers came out from lola Thursday to visit his brother. Wm. Rogers, and other relatives. John Rogers sold a fat hog to .Mr. Decker last week. Mr. Is"aac •helped him load it. Charley Hills butchered TJhurs- day. Ed "Wilson. Parmer Mowrer and T. L. Dickerson helped. Tho roads are so muddy and almost impassable. Sherman Rogers visited T. I* Dickerson Saturday morning. "Mr and :Mr8. Charley Hill and Cvrll and Wm. Rogers spent Sunday with Frank JoUIffs in Mildred. \ Clarence Isaac called at Charley l8aac"Sj last* Tuesday. T. U Dickerson butchered Monday. ! Ed .'Wilsbn honied corn to Bayard Monday. l.,oulsviIlc is said to: have the longest *lc(cks of any city In America, i E-L-I-T Tonight—Admission 10c and\2qc ' Leo Maloney in : I "BORDER BLACKBIRDS" of the "nia<!k- to tind her She had disguised herself and gone Ititoitlie dOn birds."" a desperate band of border raiders, tryiiig --l)rotber"s murderer. .\ real western. ' Comedii. "Weddhiir Daze"—Fourth KpNbde TrlluMMi Klii'.li*' Knizy K)it Kartoon Koniedy KXTR.V AUBKB ATTKAt"TIO>" l.\ l4:i {jS(»> Broncho Bill and Montana^ylvia Professional Trick Roping. Rope Twirl ng and i Whip ('nickinp ^ j Sv\on jrars u minle .<>tur—("o-starln^ with h>ri!|N lynurd in Ills ' latest plchire*.! 1 ; .Munduy for Four B«}< "MY BEST GIRL* IUTHLEEN IjlORRIS uNim) Anmn iicture Matinee 10c-St)c: Mghts 10crS5t* From the Xovel by Katlileen Norrjs America's .Sweetlieart Is liere In her biggest hit-4u|fast sparkling comedf of a girl irorking in n 5 and 10c store. "Slie fell.In lore with her. Imss's son and then the fun l>ef^. Comedy, "In and Out"—AesopN Fables and Topirj^ of the Bay; KEUEY—She Out Ritzy> the Ritzy Monday and Tuesday, Malinee 10c and 2.5c^ I^'ighls lOc and 35c Added— Two-reel Comedy "Brain Storms" And Paramount News C 0 LtC^H ! .,1

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