Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1928 · Page 4
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Iola, Kansas
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PAGE ii*otm THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEPNESPAY EVENING, JANUARY ISJ 1928. lOLA DAILY REGIST^ CHAS; F. SCOTT Entered the lola Portnfflce ; as-: Seeond CIJISM Matter. Telephone ."... If (Prfvatc Branch KxchiUiKe Connecting All Uopartments). , SUBSCRIPTION RATES- By Carrier In lolii. Gas City. Liiirarpe and' BassOtl. One Week 15 Ccntr One Month .....70 Centj One Year ; M.SC BY MAIL Outside Allen County One Ymr W"" Six M.inthH Three Months ...ll.DC In Allen County One MO" Sljt Months .-. .»2.jr, Throe Months »l-25 One Month SOc Mamber of— National Editorial Association. Kansas Press Association. The Kansas Dally League. Audit Bureau of ClrcuFation. Press Congress of the jWorld. Official Paper City of Ibla. Official Paper City of Bassett. OWcial Paper Allen County. ""MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. The Keuisli-r carrii-M tin- .\»S (i<-lated I*rei*s r<*|Mtrt l»v s|Ms -ial lt ^i^f<l wln-'M The ANsmlaliMl I'ri -ss Is exiliisio 'ly ell- ' lilhd tn llie iisf f<ir ri 'i>iitillc -al |(in of all ii'-\vs fllMJKilehes'<T<<lited to it or imt ollierMlse crMllteil In tlilH |ia;vr. and als /i Ihe lofal iioivx inilillshisl lierc- hi. All rJKhts or ri '|>iili1li'jiti >>n of spe- rial €tfsita(<-lies ,'h'*p'hi are also re*. !<erv#»d. THK lOK.V A.\i> I'OILTKY SIKHV. Oprninj; loduy ami ' conllnuiiiR \ sui-ceRsful t-on>i»etitor out : ABOUT THE MARINES. , Wo can be prbud, the Hutchinson News thinks, when the marines arc rcprcscbtinK u8 iii Nicara- giiH. .^faybc HO. ' Btit we cuir feel ccntiderably lirttcr Hali .sficd whoii they arenn.—Topeka Capital. And yel it is precisely because they were not reprcsentinR us when they should have been that .sf \'t !rai hundred Nicflraguan's 'and a Kood tuuny {\nierica'nfl have lost their lives and all the present (rouble has come atwut. .Marines represented -jis cpntinuously, at the request of the .\'jc:iruKt>un government, from l 'JV2 all the way Ihroiigh the Wilson adniiniHtrulioh, until l '.>2^. And durInK . all this time peace reigned in NicaraRiia and the country enjoyed tlic lont;- e .si periqil of order and prOKpcrity It has ever know'n.' Then some Henslllve Koiils up heri; In the I'nitcd SiHtcM biu-anw! fearful thnt wi; were bccoiiiinK "iniperinlistlc." Iiai we were depfivinK the .N'icara- guaiis of their "JIherty," and the .Marinis • were withdrawn. Hardly had the echo of their departing footsteps as they marched up Uic gang planks of libeir transports died away when a "revolution" broke out in Nicaragua—the man who liad been defeated at the last elec- itipii taking up arms to drive his of of- throuKh the remainder iif the week Ihe Corn and roiiUr.v i^liow wWch ficc. So war was on and it Ton- tinnc'd until threats to" \,hc lives the Alien Couniy K.iriii niireau, .of Americans and other foreigners •with (lie hackiiiR ot.ltie Ii)la fham* ' aiuf the appeal of the Nicaraguan her of Conimercc.'is pHtllng on .fll privpinmeiit called the Marines Memorial -hall will .cons'lilute a •»,;,( k again. It is only'an .Amcri- (.ehler of interest which should at-j can • who forgets his history; who tract thousands of^ visitots. It'ii^' can derive satisfaction-from vhat 'altogether,the inrist ambitious pro-j iiapijens in -Nicaragua when the ject of the kirid ever undertaken in iliis yart of Kansas, and bids fair to'1 )0 .the most successful.. It ali started' last spring when,! ' iipon the suggestion of the Uegis-. tor. the riianiher of Commerce Marines do not represent u^thejA?. •JI.M LA.NK'S l >Ar «IITKK DEAI>. .Mr.s. Annie hane .lohnson died at the Memorial hospital in Lawrence last Sundav, aged 'ti years, yosted prizes of ?1<»0 each. for. the ' .-^i,.... was. Ihe daughter biggest, five-acrh. yield of corn .on „f f„„„p^ .fames-H. Lane, bottom ami oii iipfand farms, g,,^, ^.^j, Lawrence during the Ora.luaU.V the idea grew thai not Q„anlrell raid, at which time her only the yield but fhe qu.tlity of f<^(„p,. p,^.^,,^.,, ,,i,„„p „ | corn ouglit to lK> taken into ac-:f,g,,, ^y^^ ^.„„,„„ „f count arid .so nnmermis ;prizes for',,.,, ,,pj,„,y ,„„, ,.|,.,rn, ^.,,p„ specially goo .l corn, regartlless of|-,.,.j,^ ^ „r acquainted the acre, yield, were announced, j ,„j^,„p ^„„,,.„i ,,,,y„ INTERESTING HISTORY OP PRAIRIE DELL SCHOOL IS GIVEN BY FRANK BARTH With the aid of .Miss Dovlie Adams, coiinty supciintondent. Frank Barlh of the Prairie Dell school district has given a brief history of the schtwl district, which will be of intercut to many pcrso|£ in the couniy. r ^ " .Mr. Barth's ' account ; of the growth ot the school district fol^ lows: In, reviewing, the history of our district, one of the preseut generation feels at a loss, unless aid may be received from those wlio have lived in thy distant past. So we. wish to remember in gratitude Mr. S. .A. KIlis who was a pupil in the 70's. for notes on the history of the district: also .Mr. W. T. Barnett. for like service. .Mr. Barnett was a resident of this com- rnunlty for many years, serving on the board for 2;{ years dnd is probably the only survivor of the first organization. , Miss Adams, county superintendent, has Searched' the records of ; The first school house did duty till 1884 and during that time many teachers held positions there. The first teacher in . the first school house was .Miss .Maria Sihinis. sis- ttr of the late .Mrs. Harmon Scott oi .loia. Oilier teachers Hvere Nora Sloore. Henry Arnold (ijrother of C. I.. Arnold of .\eosh|o A'alley). Belle I'arsons (who. lii-eil south of the movtnil near lo'ai.'Sfella .\labie and Addle .Mattoon. Kvsliiic Jones tried to teach one teri^i but got slart<>d wrong, (••radually ;he children wete alieuati'd aiid stoijped school. Cicorge I '.arth V.nd Anna (.lOld stayed to tlie last, .au<; when they were taken out, nothing was left I )Ut Evaline and iier salary, .'•nd she flatly refused to' part with it, and defied the Board.: when she authorltv In the new IraDding^. The followiiig w->re some of tbemr- Anna B. Scott. Colony, Andrew ftarlier. .Minnie ^HerwlH, Olfve-Uee -Arneld, U. (?. Bean. A. L, Johnson, Jessie Thayer, Oival Williams. .Sadie Cain, R. B. Crook. Mihnie Cain. A. L. Greening. HHiza R6im- er(. Elva Cain. Willis AjJitlg. .Myrtle Dunn, Edna Ball, Cora Powell. Theta Brewer, Sherman Rogipy., • Florfnce Vezie. Irnia Card, ut^- [ trude Ragle. Delia Fetters. AMi >3 ' Sutherland, Laura Raiiier. Blanch Bassett; Ada -Myier, Hattie E. Clark. Klla Rockhold, Rvjth Fisher, Ruth Croen and Cleda aicGiiit-e. KESTI-'t'L EASE, AFTER fOIfiHIM.;. --••Tlie. re.wiilt of using Foley's lloniiv -and Tar for* a dreadful cough. (!dytim'!> and at night, wa^ a restful one for me," .says Mr.s. Anne Davi.son, Long Beach, Calif. The hard cough that follows bron- ihiti.i and "llu" is weakening and will II -it "hangs on" very debilitating. 'Foley's Honey and Tar Com-' was asked for a settlement, tliat i pound puts a healing, soothing she niipJif quit. An offer'was made i <""i'nR "» a rough, inflamed of a mi>nth's salary in pdvance ifi ihroat, and immediately the ."?he \voul(l give up the position, but ; irritation that causes the hard no." She continued to liome every day far si .K weeks or more tiW her with the children was i"I'll whip the mule out of you;" -Alollie Pace was another teach- TJien someliody had the bright iilea of combininK a pouliry show with (he corn show, siUc-e poultry ami corn go well toKelhcr, antl again the business niei^-of I <da-responded wit!) a long list'of hainlsoine and valuable prIr .-'S. Anil Ihe tjiitc-onie as iu)W sliown at the University. Many years lakr he met her ihtughler, then living in L(mdon, the wife of .Millard Slialer. an intimateY^^ociate ()'• Herbert llooveiC A fcW dajs later when he cros.sed over -to flei- gium In (onnecdon with tht- n-Iief work to which Kansas had con- at Memorial hall will Knrpriseyou • ,,,i,,„„,,, „ i,„,j „f sjipplieB, unless you -bave vour ideas pretty ,,c ^^^^^^ ^^^^ of Mrrf. .lohtt- well enlargwl before you go there. „,,, „,..,„,, ^on of Jim Lane. Long tables covered with piles of ^ad been assigned to act as his corn, scores of them. And coops chaufieur and courier while In of pouliry world without cud. or Belgium. Amos 1). Johnson, was wor .ls to that effect. It is really n,,-^ ia,|v name, a fine hoy.: clean a remarkable display arid no one and dignified and .scholarly. When in lola or within reach of lola v -p got into Ihe war ite came Iiomel ought to miss seeing it. But the corn and - the chickens, interesting as they are, are l)y no mcans^ the most important features of .the show,' There will be a program of talks from exporls, be- was commissioneil a lieutenant in the Thirty-Jifth Division, and killed himself whiiet under training at Camp Doniphan. And now the woman, whose father was a suicide, and son ginning tomorrow, that will lie of ., t,„icide. has come lo the end simply incalculatde value lo the i „f .; i„ng and crowded life. .May farmers and poultry raisers who i tUe tragedies of th-dt Ufe be itlready hear Ihem. The men who make ! ,„a,ii. dear, to her now and,all the these adilre.sses are not theorist.s. | ,„y,.n,,.y explained awavl They are practicalstudents who have ijroved by experience the • initii and the soundnesii of everything they say, Tliey ;ire "farm doctors" who know what they' are There will be two sets of registration liooks open at Topcka on Kansas Day: One where those will register who wish to attend the talking about, niid whose "medi-ibanquct, and another in Dave Mul- cine" uiay be taken with every as-{ vane's office where tliose will reg- surance it will do what they say It j j.ster who'want tickets to th'c Na- will. , r , . , jtlonal Convention, iio',Memorial Iiall; ought to be- ~~ • ~ crowded jili thv b 'lu /s of Ice- 1 one hundred fifty o-eds al the "tares, and at other hours it ought i stale rnlversily tried out for (o be crowded by people who want pla« I 's onfhe wonien^s rifle team. ly THE DAY'.S SKWS. Dr. Frank J. Coodnow. who t (K day enters upon bis seventieth year, is presiilent of Johns Hopkins rnlversity.- Baltimore, ami is a leading authority in the United Slates on government. So much so 'that some fifteen yeai-.H ago he served as political advi.ser to thc 'Rcr public of China, He has been a prolific author of weighty books de.-iiing with politics and adminls- trallon, ailinlnistrative law. taxation and jnunicipal government. Pri-sident (inodnow bad bis ciilliir- al eilm-alion al Amherst COIICKC, and bis professional educatioh at Columbia Univorslty. This was supplemented by-study in Paris and Berlin. Returning to llie United States, he becamo ah instructor in history and iti adinlnlslr'ative law at Columbia University, rising in course of time lo be dean of Hie department of political sciehce. Since l!tl4 he has been president of .nihns Hopkins University. .\fter thinking it over for cou|)le of weeks, and probably after . going home ami finding out 'what their constituents iliought about it, tile commissioners of Cloud county came to tlie crtnclu- siou that (iiey would like to have that $lll',i.Otiii the Stale Highway Commission offered them, even If it had to go on lligliwav iil and not on jlighway 10. So wUhin another in. months ihe first cross Stale paveil road tlinuigh Kansas from .North lo Soiilh will be completed, ; William J. Tod. of Maple Hill, died the other day after a brief illness of pneumonia—pneumonia the friend of tlii- aged, .Mr- Tod was 7S> years old. All his life he has been busy. Up to a week before his death he continued httsy, about his farip,' about the State Board of Agriculture, about" three or four live st/)ck shows. al>out a score o fillings that inleresti'd him. That is the way to live—aifd die. if you were fo live forever active and busy and full of plans and- purposes,^ x\nd tllen a swift and painless death! God was vcryj good to Willianr J, Toil, ' i to ktlow what Allen county farmers ; ean <lo in ly of corn and ! jKUillry. Double K Kt-lley aecouiils In lh<> followitw paragraph ff>r a mysterious disa|ipearance: ' "For some lime we have miss'd Burl K. Brown from bis ai -cus'lom- ed Topelia haunts, on<' of which, ahou^ lUH -e in three mnnllis, was (be visitor's nc:it at our right band, • where poets and polilietans ami <Mil-slale eililors sometimes sil anil [ talk to lis in a low time of vol Being a Democi -al one of Ihe bra- [ '7 .eii sort that never makes apology • for hlV political fr.-ime of niliul • .Burl from time to tinu- would com*' In anuind e|Kht o'clock p. m, to throw a political scare into us. and maybe; give us a :gooil jiara- grujdi or two. And now we find, from a page ad in the Liberal .\ew.s that Biirt is down (here at the head of a real estate agency, atfd is secretary of tlie new Liberal Building & Loan Association," Getting realty for possible future conllngeneles, marital or martial. A perfectly good reporter on the .\tchison (Jfovc was; canneil the either day bei^ause in lyriiing up some local enlerlainment he said the spectators were "convulsed with- laughter." That expression was banned from (hi; fllohe fifty years ago by Kd.hllowe, and Ihe l)an still runs. -With the .solid vole of Ihe Democrats and enoiigh'liisiirgent llepub- licans, a resoliiUon was passed by the Senate the'other day demanding a revision of the tariff. The resolution went to the House where tariff legislation must originate, and where it was promptly and permanently laid on the table. It doesn't take a very smart politician toi know that a party which undertakes tariff revision on the eve of a campaign commits stiicide. LAHAKPEAND ITS CITIZENS IliiHjiell Indian Orrhostra >e.\t yiinibei on Lrcvuni Course— I. O. (». F. I»iit tin .S*i-. ond Uosfce. Two of the Chanute banks, the People's Home State and the Bank of (.'ommerce. have consolidated under the title of the People's h$ank of Commerce. It Is a good move. Banks,' like newspapers, are quasi- pnlilic institutions, and one strong! cs" tJnloii, bank, just as one strong newpa- per. is a greater asset to a community than two \veak ones. The statement is attributed to General Dalton. of the Shipping Board, that.':"prohilriiion has not hurt.the (lasseuger business ' of American liners. ; Personally, P (Mis: Opal MItchelD •I^MIARI E, Kas., Jan. 17.-^Tbe HasK'-i^ li dian Concert t)rchestra which will be the next number on the lecture course Js a most unique and siovel i rganization. It is m.nd< up entirely of young American In- diaiiit who! c understanding of the fiiieBcas ol their music has been marvclousl • dovcldpcd. • The pro- granj is ai ranged in two groups and 'the s •lections contained in each, group are snfflclnntly varied lo c^rry at appeaj to every member, of the audience. During the firstMiair tie lodians In their native costunij and tlie music played is taken fn >m the primitive native music. Th • second half is in direct vontras t to the first. ,The In- dlan.'f appei r in full formal dress and play ri ir mo<lern music. Each member of he orchestra is a true artist and possessed of unusual musical .ab llty. Many different tribe* are represented. This'or- ganlQitlon r rcsentR a most unusual and jnteres ing program whfch will })e enj( yed 'by ever.v one and will appear here January 2,1. —Pie sui per and program at -Mlen^Center school house by Farm- Friday evening, Janu- Jar.v I'i). Kv(ry one invited. Tha 1. O. O. F. put on the second degree t )r a candidate Monday night-and have another application for mjfmberslilp.- Tht'' Epwot tb League ot the yi. E. church had an Interesting • lespon again -Sunda; night; Mrs. Cultoert- snn ggve a map talk' on India. Monday nlghi the members of the crfbinM htfldi a meeting at , Ruth .Myer's home'i and noihinated new the past 60 years for notes, which {time was up. Her favorite phrase i we appreciate. AH "'things have their beginning; PrairSe is no exception, Jn; searching the .records, we | ^f- also John .Van-Riper who lived found a diary wiitteu by Isaac B.,on the Robert Sullivan plac«, county superintendent, j Frank Barllett, 'a brother of the late Seth Bartlettv was another. The last teacher in tne-old huild- cougli.s. Dependable. Hrown Drug'Stove. Ask for it. Hitchcock, in which these notes were written: ".March 29. IStW. A trip io lola and soutli of Kim Creek to j ing was Miss Lilly Johes. : now form a new district from parts of 1 Mrs, Ed Elam of vXtchi.son, Kaiis., districts 10. 12. 1,'! and 2S." These j and is no iIijHbt the Igsl living districts are lola. Star Valley. Elm!'etcher of ih^ old crowd.- Creek and Salem. ".March :iL, 186!>. ! A review of the pioneers might I.,aying out Di^t. No. :{2. recording description and writing notices for its organization." "April 3, 1869. Receiving and recording returns of dLstrict election." In the day and age the wheels of the government turned slowly, and especially when it came to the affairs of .school, .so it Was in the spring of 1870 that Dist. No. .•!2 took on life and for some time afterward was known only as Dist. No. Z2. Previous to organization and during^ the .vear 1S69. .Mrs. iM. J. Bartli. a pioneer and teacher, gathered a small class in her home one mile east of the present school sit«.' and there in the old log house, taught these yoiirig ideas Iiow to shoot. .She received ;i tuition, as in those days there was no school tax levy in force. .After the distritt had been formed a school site was tlie next pnvb- be-of interest. On the farm now occupied by Jason, Sherrill.' hut nearer the northwest corner of the SO acres, lived AV. N. Ferguson J The next place west was the S. T. Kills famil.v. StiD west on the next 160 acres was John Gaulkner. South of" Faulkner's was .lohn- Graham, ;rreviously mentioned, • Henry Vickers owned the west SOT >f the Barnett farm ami Mr. Barnett had just bought the east 80, but had . not yet: taken possession. East of the Barnett farm. Chas. Barth had taken his claim, in 1868. The present home of Mr! Spencer was divided. The north 80 belonged to Mr. Holcriian, the south to (Seo. Selvers. On the Drake farm on the hill lived Mr Romiue. The Hrfwiey farm was owne_d l.y John Elliott. Pike Spragne' owned the Sam Card SO. C. ,M. Kp!er lived on the Gould farm. Farther norHi on the Japan plans to e.staldish a hraivi-h m" the American Electro- Chemi('-al Society at tlie Kngineet- ing College irf the Imperial University ill Tokyo, to discuss the transactions of the Mother Society in -America and to eKconrage tbe- presentatioii of papers of tlW|r own. lem to be solved. Several . SIIQS I ledford farm v,:.s Dr. Collins, and were under consideration, and human nature still being human nature, each fellow pulled for his favorite site. The present site prhved t<> lie the winner, and on this s'pot of raw prairie with no fences of any description." and wihi grass a.s high as a man's head, a few pioneers Davis Parsons on ;Iie moiiii!!. Thos, Bi'rtlett,. lived on the railrcail anil .Margaret Ahi;'ms just south of th^ viaduct. .-Ml this land was :>nce [ part of District 32, Too-nlimeroife to mention v»>re the board meni hers. In 1S76 John Faulkner was clerk and Gaylord Robinson sei-ved the same in'lSTS. In ISfa. Cha-s. built by voluntary la ^T a build-j Baith was treasurer, succeeded by Ing. 16x16 feet, costing $200: ThisfGeo. Sherrill in 1878. -Mr. and Mrs «ame building continues to do duty | Sherrill served on '(he iioard fre- as part of the equipment of the|nnently. In 1877 W. T.? Barnett O. W. Baker farm, one mile south, .south. The .Mc!CIeIland SO acres, adjoining the school grounds, was taken as a homestead by John Graham. was director. Tbi.s^same office wa's held by Chas. Barth who served on the "hoard off and on for ,'{2 years. And now to the old building we bid farewell. In 1884 a petition was but owing to the tact that Mr. Gra-j circulated and iby due process "c/f Would not approve of restoring bars to American vessels, even if i j"'."'"^'? *" decided upon by the (he li^v authorized thiiii. Tlii-re' *'''^"'^' are no longer scenes of drunken- iiess aboard these ships. , , ,- ^oreicu passeUKers are pationi -^lng Shipping Board vessel in preference to their own counlry'x ships," The Altamont Journal is perhaps j one of the most enthusiastic rount-i ers of unhalched chickens now at large. He regrets the entry of-j -Clyde. Reed into the gubcriialorial race and the withdrawal of Seth Wells frorii jit, for the reason that he wanted Mr, Wells to be elected Governor so he could appoint Mr, - Reed SenatorWh^n Mr. Curtis was inaugurated President. MA!'oW MA o\4! r C A M'- T WARSH' \A\M CLEAM! -rv4' • -r »OE MARK^ KtEPS OUCrUTA SEE boM -f voo ' BLEEV/E. M MA • ^ HH'£>; AULERS I MAV<»N* D »mV CRACKe^'Bour ME. <OP O' MV SIOCVi 'lMS t^TABLISHCO i*ll |nent had in.statlatlon Wednesday night. ' • conJpotmdiiiixedwitSloliveott-jrtiuwfll know them by their olhfe cotorv TakB mAtl'rlbt aweek aiid note tfat effect I^aOc,. 60c. iUI Druggists. , THE Cnr ()F lOLA Pl.VANCTAL REPORT FOR TH E YEAR OF 1927. . Seventeetr different religious denominations, are represented in. the. low'er house of Congress. Methodists, Preshyterians, Episcopal, Baptist and. Roman .Catholic lead the ord^rrnamed, ranging trom 4 ^,6 IMethodtsj ^B to 35 C^Uiplics. .Mrs. Caroline Lowe is. reported not to befeelingiso well. —Re'served Iseats for Haskell Indian concert ijn sale January 20. .Mr' Frank from Ottawa BIngaman and wife jmd his brothel-, Oliver, frpm •Montana were here to visit their Spangler and nesd.iy.I The and returned launt, Mrs. J. \y. Mr. Spangler Wed- stayed for dinner Itome later, and Mr. Oliver Bingamau left for his home itirsday. lyers called on Mrs. n yesterday after- tliigtnn shipped two In Montana Ti Mrs, Anna : Fred Hcathm noon, Charles Pen car loads nt hlogs yesterday. ,Mrs. 45klnner Is feeling better good pews f One hiindrejl ! enjoyed "the oy Thursday nlghjt The Encamp of ofiicdl's lastl has been III but at this time, which »r her many friends. and .ninety-three ter supper held last ham could not prove up for a' few .vears; he could not give a deed •to the school grounds and finally sold h's claim to ,Mr. Helm. .Mr. Helm pa.sseii away and Mrs. Helm married Ashley Bliss. They in due (ime, deeded the present school grounds to i;)istrict No. S2 for no compensation other than, that board should maintain a fence on the south and west of said sround.s. and if "ho fence' was ftuilt. it was to revert fback- to the adjoining land ftom which it came. Owing to the inability to secure a deed tor several years, the grounds remained unfenced and white man, Indian, cayotes and jack rabbits could cut across at will and today the effects of the j crosscut still remain. Sundav'l Hcl '.ool was organized in this small building, and visitipg preachers would lend a hand ' • Stia being known as District ^2,\ and ho real name In sight. ,Rev. j Muth. a Methodist ija.stor of lola, i nicknamed it "Bunkcjr Hill. School." ' This did hot last long for at Sunf day school one. da.v. the subject law $700 in bonds were voted to bii.ijd a new school house 26x:ii! feet, having 680 teet more ot floor space thah building .\o. 1. .Many'were the teachers, who held oLor CBECKED nv S4 BOIJIIS^^ TakeHnx -Sforqnkdc. thorough resalts. Fains ' • and fever atop. The : • system is-deaned and . • w ?rix30c nm Winter's Colds and Chills Throw Heavy Buitlens on the Kidneys. > C OLDS put extra burdens on oar kidneys. When the kidhey^ slow up, impurities remain m the bkwd and are apt to make one Ured and achy with headachies, dizzmfess and often_ nagging backache. Aicoininon ivaming is scan tyorbuming secretions. Doan's Pills, a stimulant dljuretic; increase the secretion of the kidnejrs and aid in the eliminatioii b( 'IMsta impurities. Are endorsed by-ttsen everywhere. AsIc your neiiUort ^ i DOAN'S".!,^/ ASTIMULAKT DIURETIC j»KIDNEYS R>»tcr-WilWrn Co. MfgCl >wBiin «li».M.T^^ tbned^ ThejCold is . You'Hfeelbet. ter io a boots. Be Sure CASOUil mm mm Peogle afllicted mih bad breath find ,, qtricTc islief throu^ Dr. Edwards'(Mive came up and Orandmother Kills.; Tablet?.'"The pleasant/ sugar-coated whom many will remember, says, •Why not name It Prairie Bell? Is Is not a dell in the prairies'.'" And so it is to her lyise judgment that today District :12. hears the name tablets are taken for bad brradi by alt who kiiovr thetnl Dr. Edwards' CBiye Tablets act gently butfinnly on'fhe bowels and liver, stunulating theni to natural action, that'is not onlv appropriate to Its I clearing the blood and gently purifyinff location, hut also a'monument to- the entire systena. They do that whtdi her memorv ! dangerous calomel does Without any of ' the bad after effects. yen 108 E. .Viidftion. First Door Kiisl of BrowiiH Ilnig Store. Phone 17r,i Olive Tablets bring no griiung, pam ot any iSsagreeabte enfets. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered-the forniulaafter 20 vearsof practice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complainttwithtbeattendantbadbreatfi. Does Toar Housework Tire Yoa ? Ma.son City. Iowa.—"I w^ all nmdowi) in health and became so firaggy I cotild "not do my wprk. I was at a loss what to do, for nothing I tried had been of any benefit to me Finally t began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and it helpcdi mc. at once. I started to pick up and regain my strength and my compltsdon became clear and rosy. I am sure Dr. Piene's Favorite "Pre- jcription has been of niore betiefit to me than any other medicine, t have ever tried." — Mrs. Delia Barlow, 127 2d St., S. VV. In fluid or tablets, at'yotlr dealeia. : When Yoii fee/a Gomingi On take' \Quininej to woA oH thr Cold and to fort^r I system against GHp. Infla ouwr ««rious ills, rMoIttDftfrsiivarcol TbsBafsandProveitSaMdjr. FIMSI Tlie box bears this aifii«tar» ^Proven Merit since 1^89—^ Balance | Outstand'g' 12-31-27 ; Warrants Cash in DrawcU Treas'r* Balance 1,71,'{.88 6.10 2.3.49 7,39.42 18.496.82-. 4,837,72 ' 2.5.892.52 ' 56,628,33 ! 4.1?.-. 69 ,•530.00 ]..';80..=i3 1,058.48 ! 1 30,956J2 i 104,501.09 : 300,982.86 ' $26.-72n .lS 1.3.994.66 29.920.57 .3 .283. 96 .336 .10 1 .550 .00 1 ,223 .62 95,371 ,06 30.241.36 91 ,324.17 293,970.98 I S I,392,.-.4» 1,943 .07 1,895.31 2,565.61 54 .02 574 .28 13,35S..54 5-552.48 39,069.14 63.620.21 1.5.50 ; % 100.00 359.91 6.66 i 1.00 • 53.50 • 5.75 r 60.74 : 503.06 i 1.212:26 I 37.57 753.7+ 2.003.57 I 2,04^ 2.1S5.^ 2.566.&t 54.0| 38.?7C4 \ 62,ii'8.7 I Ihtflfnaj Improvement _ .....J , " • 1 and Intere.'t d Interest * ' _. . ^.^ ~! $56.688 .97 i j .38.5.888 .0ejg373 t 235,36 1. 1 235.36 i 23S.3C 15.94i,27» 78,211.09 i 72.937.59 1 10,667.77*! 10;6eT.77* i. 438.96 33o.20 i 774.16 • i 10;6eT.77* i. 2S.92* 2,118.11 ! 1.841;00 j 248.19 ! . 248tlS 15.356.51 4,257.80 1 4.005.00 1 15.609.31 1 1 is;60l :jri 60.64' 84.923.20 • 79557.75 5.425.09: '; \ t69.045.3d- 1 % 503.06' i S 2,003.57 jrsi7.54t7gL Bi IX M ^KteU city Clerk, do hereby certify that the above stetement Is correct lnwomlto beltore mc this 12th day of January, 1928.

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