Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 20, 1928 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 20, 1928
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i ; I yv. D. Clark, county clerk, went to' oaawa this momtOK on busi-r ncM. • I •—HomocooklnB Is a specialty at "Lewman's Cafo. Chicken every sThnrsday and Sunday. Hear tht; College of Emporia GJrls Glee Cluii in the Presbyterian church Saturday cveninR 7:30. No ' admission. A silver offering taken to defray expenses. —Special sale price on every Hat in the shop for Saturday and Monday. Edwards Millinery. Do you like College Girls? Then hear the Emporia • College Glee Club at the Presbyterian- church • Saturday evening 7:30. Admission , free. Offering taken to pay ex: pcnses. —.S|>eclal Chicken Dinner Sunday at Kr)in»je's Cafe. SOc . oSrls (i 'liofr Chub of Bmporia college will iiitis at the Presbyterian cburch ^atJurday evening at 7:30. They haKe a fine concert. Hear thorn if wou can. Admission free. Offering tlaken. SPECIAL FOR SATrRIl.iY Peco Crisp, 2ttr hh. HO>yAJU>'S C.i.MJY .SHOP Yes tlicy will Kln^ at the Presbyterian church Saturday Civening at 7:30. A girls Gle'e club Is always an attraction.. The Emporia (.'lub hao a fine concert this year. Be sure and hear it. No admis- aion. Offering taken to defray expenses. ." MOMEVS COATS With or without fur collars, look better and last longer .when frequenfjy cleaned and pressed. Phone 105. ABLESOX CLEANERS * i * • ' R. E. , McDonnell, the water works-: engineer who is studying the improvement of lola's water supply, has. this to say about Dr. B«!.sfs lecture, the same lectiire and pictures whicii are to be giv- jen at the -Baptist Temple n^xt iMonjiay evening following the Cur! rent; Topics dinner: —!5i>eclal "Snn^ay dinner, noon' and e\ enintr, oOt, 75«. Kelley JIot«L •'The kajisas City Engineers Club with invited friends were! thrilled by the highly instructive, and' entertaining lecture. The pic; turcs were beautiful and we enjoyed the vivid descriptions given by Dr. Cora Johnstone Best of her many experiences occurring in her travels over ,t>io Americafi ^ cqn- •tinent." ' * • F. L. B. LEATELL, M. ». • • Special attention given Dls- • • jeaaea of Colon and Rectum. • • Electro-Physiotherapy • • Office lola State Bank Bldg. • • Phones—147 and 705 • ........ Letters from Chanute indicate •thatja number of people from that liiy'i win- come up .to hear ; the C.renfell lecture which is to be giveji .at the Junior high ; school audijtorium on Thursday tvehiug February i.. In order that this ' woniierCul entertainment may be placNl within the reach of all who would be likely to wjsh to hear it the very low prlte' of $1.00 for Koafs on the main floor of the auditorium ant} nt) lent .-J fo^ seats in the balcony has' been made. Sale will-start next Monday, and scats may be r.scrvcd at Merchants. NOTKFr! ; .City Oancini; iCIub .Members We are now operating under! the city ordlnan.i'e and must close at 11 o'clock. So MK< music will' start at S o'clock next Saturday nigbtv This is Carnival .Night at the dub, and there will be fortune-telling . booths, fish pond. etc. The feature of the evenin-g' will l>e the BallOon Dance.' Each lady dancing in this will have inflated balloon fastened .to her ankle and the one carrying her balloon .through successfully will he given a prize. A charge! of • 25c for spectators. MATTIE LUCCOCK, President of Club. • "The High. School auditorium was 'filled to flverflowing. Approximately 2,000 were ,in attendance. The iecture went over big. The pictures were magnificent and the interest splendid." Thfit is the report from Fort Smith. Arkansas of the lecture given by Dr. Cora Johnstone: Best. This is the same Dr. Best who is to lecture at the Baptist Temple ainder the auspices of the Current TopUrs club next Monday evening at 'i:30. Only the noniinnl fee «f ,25 cents will be charged and iverybody is invited. —We pay 6 *^1 on Pull Paid and InstalIment~Stpck. Thie best invest- I ment. the best method to save. Security Bldir. & Loan Asioclatton, lola, Kansas. --1-0. L. Cox, .M. D. Specialist, "Eyp. Ear, Nose and Throat Jlrs. V. Herndon. who has been visjting' her brother, Edgar Sexton anJ! family, of 616 North First gtncet, returned today to her home in Tulsa. - ' Dorsett Produce Co. 1202 East Street, Jola Phone "03 Cash for Poultry and Egga Call Us Any Time. Vie will come after pvnltry. GRENNAN'S MAkKET Comer East Monroe and £lni Kty. lOLA. |iA>S. We Want Your Poultry, Eggs and Hides AXD OI'R PHOXE KITMBER IH K» lola'W Produce Hoase Since 1911 C. Q. CQGHILL, Kuasw 4i Vt-Mh yot rharte;! SIckel Charles Sickel, aged 81 years, passed away veslerday morning at the County farm, north of tho city. JIurial was. made at the Farm'tbls aflemoon. —50 chicles and *a .brooder. $9.75 at the Sturdy Chick Hatchery, 220 West Btrect. i Meipbers of school boards are Invited to heajt Dr. Brandenburg, Saturday at 2 p. m. at senior h!gh. Rural and grade teachers meet at 1:30 for business. —Special Sunday dinner at Port, land Hotel, 6^. Honrs lizU to 2. W' band, who has -been called to Colorado by the' illness of his father, Mrs. Emerson Lynn will be at the home. (4 h«r fathpr and mother, Mr. and -Mr?. Chas. F. Scott. —Chester Thomas will be glad to Eee his friends at the Diamond Barber Shop. J. L. Maffitt, Prop. J. IL Siauffur and sons. Mahlon and Keith, of Nickerson, Kan., who have been visiting their brother and uncle. M. Staiiffer and family of Buffalo, Kan., stopped in lola today for a short visit with Mr. and ' Mrs. .^rchlo Northcott and family, of 415 North Walnut street. Mrs. Northcott is a niece of Mr. Stauffer. —Baby chicks batch every Tuesday at tile Sturdy Chick Hatchery. Vernon.Powell has been selected as district manager for the Llnge Maytag' Company, with headquarters in Topeka. Mr. Powell began his new work last wo«k and is quite well pleased His acjdress Is 910 Kansas-Avenue, Topeka. He Is the son of 'Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Powcil, SIS' East St. —Dr. Lucy E. Poison. Chiroprao- tpr. Northrup Bldg. Phone 326. A copy of the Boy Scout hand, l )Ook has been presented to the lola Public Library by the .members of Trobp 55 by Ballou Helgele, scout master. —"Van's Breaid." *ood as ever. M. H. Schjlct was a business visitor in Fort!Scott and Pichcr, Okla;, "j-esterday. —A. H. Schwardt, Cabinet Maker. 511 South Colborri. Mm. Mary Whitehead left today for Waverly, .\ebr., called by the illness of her sister, Mrs. Betty Schenewcrt. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENtNG>. JANUARY 20, lfl28. PAGE THREE Mrs. M. E. Penbodf Dead .Mrs.' Mary E. Peabqdy. aged 86 years, died at 2.o'clock iast night at hl'r home. 323- South Fourth street. The fiineral senrtce-wHl be held at the Adams; and Hesser chapel Satui^ay afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Lee RelcfortL Interment will tak-; place in Highland cemetery. , - • The Second and Third division of the General Working scniety of the First'Presbyterian church, are holding a rummage sale today and tomorrow. . During the absence of Emerson E. Lynn,, who was called to Boulder. CoioJ Wednesday by-the critical illhcHs .of his father, Mrs. Lynn and little son, Emerson Jr.. will be- at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F.. Scott, 306 South Washington avenue. We know Bakery Producta are good. But Have You Tried • ! Ours? VAN HOOZER'S. Wilson countyi has secured $-10.000 as oid^n the lohg-sooght road from Fredonla' to Altoonn and Thayer. This aitl also means that tho road from Fredonla to Buffalo will bo Improved. NEWS EVENTS OF HUMBOLDT Colleae of Emporia (Slee Club Here Toiiorrow Mirhf—Wni. Bragg Vies at Parsons, Nttimerl (ContlnaM from Plage One) reached at a' small railroad 'station wheVe he .waa tiMd of the senate's' action In adoptirig the Reed resolution declaring \la credentials ta be "tainted with fraud' and corruption." HU.AIROLDT, Jan. 10.—Mrs. Fred in that Interview he reiterated H. Rhodes returned last night from the aaserti6ii»'h^ had made before WclUvlllc, Kan., whero she made •he Reed committee investigating a «i,nJt vt«it tM^ wpek She Was '''^ Campaign expenses—that the a shoitt visit this week. She uas ^^^^^^ wltht-ut the right Uo called I there by the death of a ; oygrrnle the action of the stale of friend, .Mrs. W. L. Upham. ! Illinois in electliSB him. and the . The Young .Matron's Bridge club I <IeniBnd thatj M^he seated before met at the honie of .Mrs. Will Man- 1 action be talten ha his fitness. ion this afternoon. A good attendance was reported. Previous ainnouiicemettta of Governor Small,: cbuyled with cdm- The Girls' Glee club of the Col-j from iAttpWey General Os- lege'of Emporia will give a concert hera tomorrow night at the Presbyterian church. This organization is one of the best kno'wn girls' glee clubs In Kansas, and the concert will be well worth hearing. An excellent program has been prepared for this appearance. J. W. Wadljy is in Kansas City this week attending the convention of the Great Western Paint Co. .Mrs. F. W. Fussman left last night for OmalM. Neb., where she was called by the daath of an uncle, AVui. J. ,.McKnii;lit. Word was received here today of the death of William Bragg, of .M. Wright, of the Weather BuV-1P'"""""^- brother | eau. who underwent an operation'"' ^^^"^ ^'-TMret Bniuchor, and. at St. John's hospital Saturdav of,'""''''• J^"'" f^reonman, both of this, la.«;t week, was brought home "this car Carlstrom', apd also from Cornelius J. Doyle (>f Springfield, attorney for Smithy are boiled down to make this situation: Governor Stkall refuses to recognize a vacancy in the senate from Illinois. , . i He will not! make a temporarj' appointment unless Mr. Smitli resigns. • j' .Mr. Smith will hot resign.. He will be at liberty to appear for admittance to ^the senate of ;hc scv'eniy-flrst congress, conv'^nlnp two years heilce, or in the meah- time to Inltfate le^al proceeding.") tr establish his iclaini to a seat in congress.. ; ' '•Seventh Heaven" To Be Played In lola Dubinsky Brothers stoek company will play "The Seventh.Hea­ ven" Friday night, January 27, at the Kelliey theater. Austin Strong, the author, has made "Seventh Heaven" the perfect play. The story, set In the slums of Paris. Is of thrilling and sustained. Interest. Colorful types, mosftif tihem Bketches of men and women whom the 'author observed and studied daring the months he spent In Paris, gatheijing material for his drama.iform itk characters. The things theke people do and say on the stage to a remarkable de- gi;ee. ^re Btudies . from the life, as Mr. ^trong saw, it. of a locality seldom visited by American^. With the stirring events of the Mobiliza- ,tlon iind of | the Armistice Day celebration fori his background, the author has|;made human conrag4 the theme of his work.j and he has told his story in vivid and.unfor­ gettable words and situations. But because the theme Is human courage, "Seventh Heaven" risas above all limitations of time, place and language, to become a play of universal appeal, attracting and holding the aitention of j )laygoers of the widest range of tastes. —For Real Estate Loans see the Secnrlly Rldir. & Loan Assnclntion. lola, Ks. Office in First Natl. Bank E - I - T - E ToniKht'->l.Adinission 10c-35c "' BiG DOUBLE PROGRAM Witli Bull at the "Spirit Lake Massacre" With Bryant Washburn Indians on the. rampage—raiding towns—miirdering people— carrying off children land'^qimen. -Thrills, rpBiaaco, adventure and moments of comedy^-Waylay the horror of the situation. -. Comedy,. Our Vai»g In 'V^jiag Hookey"—Krary Kat Kartobn Koraedy. Also HeVbert Walters Comedians ^Vith His "SUN DODGERS ORCHESTRA" Presehting a high c&tsp-comedy drama with Vaude;TiI]e i^iedaRies Bet-rreen Acts ! • Tomorrow Buia^Barton in *'The Bpy R'der"; I 1 to 4 p. m. lOc"; 4 to 1] p. m. lOc jind 20c I i We are introducing a new star for Saturday—he's 13 years oj-' and holds the honor of 'being the screen's most daring horpeni::- This yoUng freckle-Caced dare-devil busted his first wild horse IJT>: aided at the age of six .-xears. Come tomorrow and get acquafn" ed with this daring'youngster.? i fOMINC 5fO>T)4Y FOR THREE D.\YS . -**Sev^rith Heaven" Featuring Janet Gaynor and Charks Farrell THl?R.SI).\T AND >Rii)AT|—TOM MIX IX '•LAST TRAIL" afternooii. • war. 'F. CREW • Physician and Snnreon • Eye Ear,'Nose and Throat • Glasses Fitted' ' • " 2% S.! Washington, Tola • Office phone 829: Res. 1159 Dr. P. S. Mitchell was in Kansas City Wednesday attending the councillor's meeting of the Kansas .Medical .Society, Dr. Mitchell is councillor of the third district; The meeting was held for the piirpcse of selecting the ne.xt reg- iilaJ- meeting place? of the fcociety and to allow bills. Wichita was named the noxt meeting place to be held the first part of March. • Miss Katherine Ooss left on the noon train today for Emporia where she will Enroll for the seti- ond semester at the Kansas State Teachers College. Miss Goss has been conducting ;a kindergarten at her home. 604 ; South Sycamore street, for the past year and a half. She will fini.-h her course in kin^ dergarton this .so -nestor. While in Emporic she wi 1 stay w'ith her sister. Mrs. Homer LoForge. place. Mr.s. lyjulse Fricsl of Plea.sant Hill, Mo., Is here lliis week, a guest at the homi> of .Mr .f. G. A. Amos. 1 • —Dr. G. E. Pcndarvis. Dentist.! Oft. over Globe. Pho HSl: Res. 1123. —Dr. Montgomery. Chiropractor, i Tola Laundry Bldg. Phone 138. ' Tlie Misses Adflaine Reid. Paulin<? Hillbo, .Mary Ellen Stad.'er, Esther .\iider.«on, Pauline .McKIn-. npy, Katherine Remsberg. Velfa Smith. Bess Griffin, Mary Ruth CarnKin. Alice .'?m!th. .Ma.xiiio Fleming; Kvalyn Tlarris, Rosettaj Bra.-JHfield. Robertson, i Kthel Weaver. Grace Hamilton, Laura ;B»':i.=;on. and .Miss Corrlii':- Ecord.; Fpoiisor. went to Inilepen- liehce today to attend th-:' Girl Re-^Dr. A. B. Twadell, Osteopath, .sone meeting being hold there for Ne\v Globe Bldg. Phone 191. three days, l>eginnlng today. 'M>'. an<l Mrs. .-Mbert Ihrig arrived Wednesday from • .Mountain Homo. Idaho to remain here to care for .Mr. and .Mrs. W. J. Ihrl^. who are Jiot in good health. Their friends .ire glad they have returned home. —Dr. J. T. Rcld, Surgery and -K-ray. Phone 357. The Allen Center fircle met Thursday for an all-day meeting with Mrs. t 'loorge Johnson. Piecing quilt blocks was the work of the day. I At noon u .splendid dinner, was served by the-hostess. At :{ io'dock the meeting was called to" order by the vice-president. Roll call was respondod to with a funny stor>-. Next time roll call will be answered wWi a iiuotation from Walt Mason. The next meeting will be an all-day affair with Mrsj Kalra on January 2'?. The uiem- ibcrs attending iticluded: ' Mrs. Hunter.'Mrs. Nelmcyer. .Mrs. Stute- villo. .Mrs. G. T. t:ro\^ell. Mrs. Kalm, Mrs. Fox, Mrs. j Morrisoni Mrs. Itosc and Virginia Mrs. Harold Remsberg and Edwin..VIST itors were: Mrs. Roy Atcn. Mrs. Crumrinc, of EI Dorado, and .Mrs. .M. B.i 6mith.-^ReportV!r. 5 Days Free Clinic Demonstrating the Knox Terpe- zone Generator and explaining its work. Submitted to the most severe tests Tjossible by tho leading laboratories of .Vmcrica and qctual clinical work, together covering aj period of thirteen years, the reC-j ords and reports .of which are now j being made public. | M.^^y 'incurable" cases of the ever increasing organic diseases | have been cured. j Heralded as a uiiiverfal Germi-[ cide—killing all forms of disease germs and also .as the greatest blood builder .kiioHn. It i? .succeed-.-! ing in the cure of Tuberculosis' .Asthma, .Vm-mia and u:any other chronic comlitions. Call 4?,5 for rcscrv;ition at the flemonstratioii v.n-l free clinic following. OVER OTTE.N'S B.\KEKV Half Block .Vorth of .V. E. Corner of the fiquai-i-. loin, Kun>us ^chardson's Specials For Tomorrow One-Third Off on all Blankets. Pointed Heel, Aller , A H<»>e *l.69. •1,5^ .Vll Silk Allen A Hose fti£9. i i^lJii, SnVde Gloves H9<- IT 2() Per Cent Discount on all «1.2$ White Stitched, ^.Ib. CoHon Batts 89f. Home made comforts ^i»e- 3tfc PrIntH, Special ioc «0e Penaleii 15c Yard. »1.00 .Sl^ Hose 80c palA . Extra for Tbmorroy :m Yards S.'ic Amos. keaK, S2.Inrli GInrhara 10c the yard- , l2..Mammlc Pongree i»cTi 'Ac pnchess Sateens 39c. *lJSi IfooTcr .tpronn 89r. 60e ,Pepp^rf>l 9.1 Sheeting 39c.yard. ' New Coats. New Suits, New Dresses. ...fa GET YOURS Stock of Winter S|iits, Coats and Furnishings at Ren^arkable Savings $SSM and $50.00 $29.50 and $27.50 • Values Reduced to $42.50 Values Reduced to $24.50 $35.00 and $32.50 $39.50 and $37.50 Values Reduced to $29.50 Valliies Reduced to $33.50 $47:50 and $45.00 $25.00 ami $22.50 Values Reduced to Valiies iReduced to $39.50 $11.50 All Menu's and Boys' Heavy Sweaters and Lumbei" Jacks ReducedJO Per Cent. Men's Extra Trousers $11.50 Pants now _.$9.85 $7.00 Pants now 510.00 Pa«» now . ISMS S8.50 PantB now „_$6.95 35.00 Pant.s now §7.50 Pantfe now ___$5.95 §4.00 Pants now Wlhtei-fliunsingwear .$5.45 sd.OO Wool now : :.vJ-_ -_— _-_-_$4.20 -$5.15 $4.00 w^oi now $•'.4.$4.95 ?3.50 Gafments now _-_L $2.P5 .§3.95 S2.50 Gahnents now __S1.9.> .$3.15 $2.00 Garments now $1:65 Men's Part Wool Unioilsuits, Regular $2.00 value— $1.45 , • Extra Special Suits One lot oT men's and young men's suits. Hart Schaffner & Marx and other good makes. Only one or two of ^ ^^^.^ jjj^bed Unionsuits, Wilson Brothers a kind—^^Siies 34 to 4-1— and other good make.s. Special values— Special Price $14.95 %X3 ^Qi . Boys'Suits and Overcoats Reduced 15 Per Cent Shirt Sj^ials Boys'Furnishings Hundreds to select from—Manhattan, Wilson Broth- Boys' Shirts and Blouses, ers and other good makes,_collar attached or neckband fast colors, $1.50 valuer styles— /Ti-i-f»i\ SPECIAL $1.20 One .lot of men's broad$2 95 c'oth Shirts, collar atr " ' tached, white, tan and blue— $1.15 Men's Dress Shirts, collar attached, fast col6rS, -$1.95 special— " : d5c $4.00 Shirts $3.45 $3.50 Shirts ___ $3.00 Shirt.4 _•_. $1.0a values $2.75 Shirts _ ^$2.50 Shirts _ _$2.55 _$2.35 $2.00 Shirty ._. $1.65 . 10 Per Cent Off on AH Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases. Boys' Sheep Lined Coats, ^Corduroy and Heavy Moleskin Coats. Good sheep pelt' linings and leather trimmed pockets. Special price— $6.95, $7.S|5 \ , • 10 Per Cent Off on AH >Iight ; 10 Per Cent Off oq Boys' Golf Shirts and Pajamas. • Knickers. Special :on_ Boys' Part \ \VooI Unionsuits Globe Clothing Co. West Side of Square;

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