Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 24, 1928 · Page 3
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•ft" THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER TUESDAY EVENIN' . Lf slle i)«rr Bead Lesiie Darr. who lived in the Weslw Chapel neighborhood north- cast at LaHarpe, died this momlns at 2 o 'clock at St. John's hospital. The funeral arrangemeijtsj^'lll be announced In the Register tomorrow. • - * FLUJER. BRL'SHES—Sales and Service. Phone 134«J. —Fpr Real Estate Iioans see t^ie Neritrltr Bide. & Loan .^osoclatlon, lola, Ks. Office In First Natl. Bank. Good old Southeast Kansas! Nc matter how hard it lrle8 >the wcath- . er just cannot stay gloomy ver>- long. Last nJght at midnight the stars were shining. This morning there was snow bn ' the ground- But by nine o 'clocli the suh was shining again, as If .lie: were saying: ."Never mind: That snow is Just a little joke of mine. Like Tom Hefllu. l didn't mean it!" —Special ArenH values for Wed- npsday. $9.95. , 1 rack of higher priced dresses.' I>ale winter and spring dresses, ot Crepe and Sajtln Crepe, black and spring colors.— The Style Shop. The latest candidate for a place on the airport jnap |s (laxnett. Ralpli Heimer. who liv^.s at Gar- nott, is a flier and at the last { meeting of thi- Hotary Club tbcr.- bf presented the advantages of a 'landing field to a town :that wanted to keep up with the: time.*, and the Club-determined to get behind the movement. And that is as It should 'be. The more airports there are the more ainships there .will be. and the fimt is not jcom- inp but is right her<> when a town without an airport will feel about as lonpsorae as a lown now would, without a railroad sti-.tion. Death of Irrla Lyim Cash Ir^in Lynn Cash, the five .'year and seven month old son of Mr- and Mrs. J. A, Cash, of Plqua. died this morning at 9:30, o'clock. The body win be taken overland to the Dunkard church, south of Redfield. where the funeral service will be held Thursday at 2:30 o'clock. Interment •will take place In the Marlon cemeter}', adjoining the church. —New' Stamped Buffet seta. Scarfs, Luncheon sets and Glass Towels, 19c to Jl.OO.—The Style Shop. —Dr. Montgomery, Chiropractor, lola Laundry Bldg. Phone 138. —Dr.'J. T, Held, Surgery and X-ray. Phone 357. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keith drove to Kansas City Sunday to visit Fremont Wilson, who Is there attending the Kansas City Western Dental college! They returned home last night. Wotiiatt Quells Jail Riot MMliiii JANUARY 24,1928. PAGE THREE '> •:• •> <- '> • A heauUful atomizer free .with each purchase of 1 ounce ot Day Dream perfume. ' • BROWVS DRUG STORE. •t* A beautiful atomizer free <• with each purchase^ of 1 •'• ounce of Day Dream per<' fume. • BROW.VS DRCG STORK. • • •:• • r> •'• •> <• '> •> • • •> The encouraging word comes from .Mr. Emerson Lynn, of the Register, that his father's illness, which called him to Boulder. Colo., • last week, has taken a turn for the better and the hop** is now held out that he will recover. It this Improvcinent continues Mr, Lynn will return iiomc t;he last ot the week. AO TICK. The County Commi.»isioiipr>i of Allen County h.ave given orders to discontinue the iw.vment of bounty on crow-head.s, crow eggs, jack rabbit Kcalps. and gopher scalps, .beginning Februan'i 1. 192S, W. 1). CLARK. County Clerk. — 1 i • Mrs. C. K. Pure!, of Lawrence, and Mrs. U.- R. Barnes, of Louisville.' Kentucky, arrived', on the noon train today for. a visit Vith their daughter and sister, Mrs. J. C. Kdwards and family, of 515 South Colborn street. —New stamped OIas.s Towels, Buffet Sets. Scarfs aftid -l-unch sets l!»c to $1.00.—The Style^ Shop. .Mr. and .Mrs. thaifes E. Capps. of Independence. Kansas, announce the arrival this morning. January 24, of a son, Charles John, at the home of .Mr. Capp's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. W. B. Capps. of GOl South Third strret. .Mrs. Capps was formerly Miss Clara Knock. —Dr. A. B. Twadell. Osteopath. Sew Globe Bldg. Phone 191. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Servev. of Arkansas iCity, Kansas, arrived last night in -their car. Mrs. Servev will remain in lola with her mother. Mr.s. Cha.staln. iintll Mr. Ser^-ey returns from the' lumbermen's convention which }is being held in Kansas City, Mo., where he went today. He w ;iri meet hl.<i brother, Bcri Servey, of Denver, )-there and they will be guests of another brother. Dan Servey. Mr. Servey expects to return to lola Saturday. , FRO|GOLONY iniirvkiofr at Cliu. llurold Booiie l|njii tell .Srhool note Htf^pItali-HJ BasketlMll ;«Win!>^Fr(>m Chuiiote' l^ami-rl'er. • Kunuls. (.Mrs. W. IS. Pi Colony. Januuri' jivtou.» .—Bert Scott ,8nd Merle Siiilih.jwhb are working iat Ottawji. wiere <it Ijome over the I week-fn<l. i Keith l>ii\\:reni^ is working as isectilid trick'opersitoi at iluniboldt • now, lellcvipg tlie regular man, •who i.< sick. " ^ I .Mr. and .Mrs. {lerbert Hickmau jand little soij Bllljv were over from ' Florence and spent Sunilay at the .houu- of l\ts auni MVS. It. M. iU'IlaiTa. W.; K. Ijaytoii accompan- I ii'd tliem back to Bur is for a short visit'with reli^ives. aiid on business in' .Mai'ipn cftun y. Harold Mooiie. Vli( has been in thi- hospital: at (^hai tiii-, and has undergone three uperutions, is now reported as lieing *"n e better, after' lii.>t life hud been doapaired of the last t>f the week. His brothers have been here to-sel- him, Wilbur coming froiii Ciiterlnai Texas, Ralph from DeSoto. and t»an from Ingalls. The two lut;ter have returned to their home.'*; but; Wilbur is still here. '., . Colony high sehopl basketball team has another win to its creilit as tliey defeated a" team from Ch*- nuie high. conipoHed of their first innd second stiingv n en. Saturday. The score being: t venty-two to eipht. The game;. w;is played on the courtin their dew school build- :«RS. ,L A. W)\FOBT Malinda Melvina Williams was l)orn near Cincinnati, O.. .March 11, 1S;'.7, and died at her home, northwest of lola, January 21. 19ZS. Had sh<) lived until fllarch 11 she would '.hav;e been^ 31 years of age, which is just the age at "which her husband died seven years ago. May 16, 1S61. she was married fo J. A " Monfort at Cincinnati. Seven children wer*' bofn to this union, three dying' in infancy, the four .surviving being Herbert, west of Waverly. Kan.sas; Harvey W.. of Dem'er. Colo.; .Mrs. Cora Rerns- berg. of Grand Junction, Colo.; .ind Karl C. .Monfort, of near lola. .She leaves 1.") grandchil<lren. .Mrs. Monfort came to Kansas with her family in 1872, living a few months in Shawnee county, th-u .removing to the farm four miles sonth^ast of lola.? Thtis, she is numbered among the pioneers of this vicinity. • Grandma Monfort ^vas just on the verge of 'helple.«sne.ss» aiid this fact was a constant worry to her and -she longed to be at rest with- otit 'being a'i burden to any one. This, wish wjas realized tok after but a few hours of pain she slept quietly aw'ay about ijVlock in the morning tliat no one could tell just the moment of hjer. g(y ins- She united with the loIartPresliT- terian church in January,! 1873. Funeral services were held at the sleeper Service. Room "Monday at 2-o'clock. conducted bv the Rer. H. ii. MathiP. D. D. Mrs. J. H. (Henderson, Miss Julia McClnrtj • and Mr. -A. E. Garrison, with Mrs^ J. E. Cornish as accompanist, fnr- nislied the music—ContrSbjated. , ; Just a Tip for the "Flu The chill's a curse but the fever'.'? worse, j And your he^d and bone.s do ache; Use adjustment, friend, and you'll quickly mend. And your legs no inore will quake! DR. C. Z. MONTGOMERY THE PALMER CHIROPRACTOR lola Laundry Buildin<> Phone 138 Mrs. Helena Colder took office as sheriff of Dekalb county « Syca- jnore. III., the other day. That, same night the prisoners rebellea-- 92 of them-i-at the mush diet, and loudly denounced "petticoat rule:" When they refused to go to their cells, Mrs. Dolder turned the fire hose on them and they went'back swiftly. And the next night they ate their mush and-ltked it. —Baby phlcks live and grow on -Hmnboldt's^ Best Staning food., Sturdy Chick Hatcher>-. 220 W. S —"Van's Bread." good as ever Woody Perham,:of the Perham Clothing Store, is in. Wichita at- tending the State -Retail Clothier's convention. Mr. Perham appeared on the program this afternoon, giving a talk on advertising. L • WM. F. (UKW ' • Physlelan tiiid 'Snrnetin • Eye Ear. No.se and Throat • Glasses Fitted • 2 '/i S. Washington, Tola • Office phone 829: Res. ai59 • F. L. B. LE.4TELL. M. P. Special attention given Diseases of Colon and Rectum. Electro-Physlotherapv Office lola State Bank Bldg. Phones— 147 and 705 '.Mr«. L. D. Buctkmaster, of Ch.-i- nuto, came this afternoon for a visit with Mrs. A. ll. Buckraaster. -Small ante tor sale, /ns/de measureiuents, 12xlS Inches. Phone .154. I We know Bakery Products arc good, J But Have Vou Tried Ours? VAU HOOZERS. Miss Rachel Purcell w<$it to Col-] ony this afternoon where she ,has a class in expression. —.Milt Simpsoij. llorseshocr, has moved to 215 South Jefferson: Mrs. Ralph Gorsuch returned this I afternoon to her home In Baldwin, ^.Kansas after a vi.fit here with her .{parents, Mr .and Mrs. O. Q. -Marsh and family, of 20S South Uuckeyi; street. D. T. Nash, whose illness has been reported in tliese cblnmns from time to lime, remain^ about the same. He is at the home ot Mrs.! W. B. Kester, 222 South Buckeye street. Harvey Skene left this morning for his home in Detroit, .Michigan after an extended visit here 'W 'ith his uncle arid aunt. Dr. and .Mrs. F. S. BeattleJ —O. L. Cox, M. D. Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat —Dr. Lucy E. Poison, Chiropractor. Northrup Bldg. Phone 328. —Dr. G. E. Pendarvis, Dentist. Off. over Globe. Pho. 384; Res. 1123, F. A. Hobble, Santa Fe safety first supervisor, will arrive in lola this evening from Topeka and will give talks-In the school rooms over the the city tomorrow and Thursday. ing at Welda. Cold ny boys and lOL.l DAILY AB.STRACT Issued from Office of lola Abstract Companj? •:• •> • •:• • • • <• •> •:• • •:• • * January 2.1. 192S. Wni. .M. Titus, widower to G. A. Riley, lot.* 9. 10, 11, 12, block 3. Homestead Add. to lola, $1.00. J9hn W. Thuney. .single to P. W. Dimond. E. >2 of lot 10. and all of 'p. ^41 Prompt Service! We appreciate lite fact that ficrvice is of the utmost importance in the niatter of dry cleaning. Yon want yonr gannents properly cleaned, of cpnrBe, bnt you also, 'want tlie work done proinptly^ just tele- • phone US. Yonr order will receive immediate attention. Ableson Cl^ixers -Mildred Curtis. M- D. General Medicine. Office over Cook's Druj,' S»(^re. pay or night phon^ 554. P. M. Paul, manager of the Clark Lumber foinpany. will leave in the rhoming for Kansas City where he wilj attend the fortieth lumher- ;man's convention of the Southwest which is being held there for three days beginnluK tomorrow.. --.'J |)<-c'-il lire'-; vjilii'-- fop Wed- rf^ilHv. O!"- r.iek (if higher pri<"d (Ir'"-si-s. . l.-.ile winter and ear'y -'pring st .vhs (if Cre|ie and Satiii Crepe. Bi .'if k and spring eol- or>^.--The, Style Slio |i. Dr. Harve.r G; ,Mathls went to Kansas City on an early morning train on business. —Slarlj your Baby Chicks on Ffumboldfs Be.st Starting food. $4.00 per 100 lbs.—Sttirdy Chick' Hatchery. —The city exchange had a window display of apple blo.ssoms today. They are also showing spring hat .s. coats. flTPiSses and have won- I, , ,,„,,"«;, u .i„i.^t «i derful hargains in overcoats, suits ^['^^^ SI. Humboldt. fl.OO. and macklna'w.,. .See us for bar- Conveys Ind. l -7th. gains in all lines. We also have i „,i„„ III.J#„LV.- new spring hat^^ity Exchange, .j.,, ,£ Mitor: *^«>''««^<'' j —Pie sut.tier and nrocram at article published in last Dianoml Sol tou^ Ssday!"'^^^^^ ,«tated that evening. Jan. 2C. EvcTbody in- ' f°«' " ''f "}dant who pleaded viled. Farmers Union. • guilty to stealing an ovcnnat. _ • J...00. J\ our informant 'Was mista- girls go to LaHarpd next Friday eve for a double hea ler game. Bruce SniUh left jSunday night for a trip to St.; Lbtils. Harry Berthqlf. • who was not able to attPiid high school during the first semester cn. acc<^int of Illness, enrolled Moiday for the second seniester'.s wOrk. Mr. and .Mrs. ('. R Pearson en- torijiined the folfqwihg frlend.«! at their home Friday .livening: Mr. .ind .Mr.s-. H. D. S*Ic|fard, Mr. and Mrs. John Ressel, Mr, and Mrs. Artie Smith. .Mr. and Mr .-J. .McOrew. Mr. and Mr?. R. M. O'Harra and Mr. and Mr.s..Bob S.mlth. Flve.hnn- dred provided entertainment and the hostp -ss .served ,ii nice luncheon. Mrs. H. W- Beliand.little daughter, Frances Joy, returned Saturday evening from a visit with Mr. Bell at Topeka. - j • George ChatterAon was home from Chaniite. over -Sunday. The Bangal Fl.ving Club has come into esistence in Cjalcutta. -j-We pay 6*^ on Full Paldj and Installment Stock. The best investment, the best method to feave. Seenrlty Bldi;..& Loon Assocldtlqn, lolo, Kansas. i ; Mr. S. 15. Francis, of SlantJard. Alberta. Canada, is here, for a |\isit with hi': mother. Mrs. n. E. Cald- 'well. He is accompanied by;- his daughter Ruth and they e.xpect to stay some time. Mr.'Francis is ii half-brother of Mrs. E. L. Kelsey. He Is an extensive wheat farmer in Canada and says the hardest battle they have to fight there is with the weeds which are of more varieties and more persistent arid hard to kill thaii aiiy he ever sa«elsewhere. : i Cjympanij DRY GOODS-WOMEN'S WEAR-MIILINER' lOLA • • > - KANSAS iOLA'S POPULAR STORE MILLINERY CLEARANCE OF ENTIRE STOCK OF LATE WINTER MILINERY SEE THEM IN OUR NORTH WINDOW A LAIiGi: (;i:!OCr OF l,ATE. WINTER MlLLiN- '.i;«.75 .TO ?12.50 SENEKER'S ken. The defendant in this ca«c did not plead guilty ^but fought the case all afternoon. His defense was that he had loaned $5.00 o'l the overcoat and had it in his possession until the loan should be paid. , C. L. AVHITAKER. ' Lesion Koi 11 Qtustioii: ll<$w does emul- aified coitUoer oil increase the ef^dehcy df milk as a protection against ridcets? Answer: Milk is deficient in rickets*pre ventijng vitamin. A little emulsified cod-liver oiladdedto orti^en withmilk makes it a mor^ perfect vita- Tnin4oocLr Givf it as SCOTTS E^fULSION Final Clearance —ON— MEN'S and BOYS' AIEN'S $1.50 UNIONSUITS MEN'S PARf WOOL UNIQNSUITS $2.00 (GRAFDE $1.20 $1.45 MUNSING UNDERWEAR REbt|cED $2.00 Underwear reduced to . .. • $1.65 $2.50 Underwear reduced to ;.... • $1.95 $3.50 Underwear reduced io ...... \ $2.95 S4.00 Underwear reduced to . ....^A $3.45 $5.00 Underwear reduced to .;.. . '. $4.20 ' i Boy's Part Wool Lnionsuits, AH Size^ 98c Boys'Munsing: Underwear Reduced.; Globe Clothitog BUYING MOST WE BUY FOR LESS where aavmga are greatest" SOUTH SIDE SQUARE t SELLING MOST WE SELL FOR LESS lOLA, KANSAS! |Our Thrifty Low Prices Make. Good News for Keen Shoppers Waverly Gaps Full Messaline lined This new "Waverly" is of double and- twist fabrics, non-breakable rubber visor. At— 98c, $1.49, $1.98 Men's Worsted Pants Well made in stripes and niixturc-!. Wonderful values at these very low prices— $2.98 to $5.90 FianneiShirts Faaey AU-Wool Warm, durable and comfort- ablr, tod. Bi^, full-cut bodies, m t large sleeves and roomy arm holes. Size 17 finishes 54-inch; other sizes in proportion. $3.98 Medium Weight Underwear for Men Sixteen pound Union juits with long sleeves and ankle-length legs; ecru ribbed. Cut full but well shaped to give comfortable fit. A feature value ft 9^< Work Panti ofKiuJdDria Heavy - weight khaki, with 2 side, 2 bufton-fiap ^ip and watch pock^ .Cuff bottoms aiid belt loops. Sizes 30 to A6, A r?al value at— '-. $1.69 Big Value in Work Shirto 0 n r own "Zomp as s" msk^ b c^m- bray or - khaki jean.' Button- flap pockets. contS ntious- faced sieeVes. * Trie Blue" PUy5i4ts Save Work Easily washed and -keeps I boy looldtig ;his best Sav^ mother's time. .Durable materials. ;Drop seat Othw ; features as showiL 79c A Comfortable Shoe Helps Yoiir Work Ask Mr_. Workman aboilt this shoe and he will tell you that it has a.sturdy Gale sole, a moccasin toe that means extra coihfort and the last is full sized, giving his toes lots of room'. The price is a good value, too. $1.69 Bed Spreads ^.With Colored StriiNa These fresh crinkled tpraii an be selected with stnpes ta »Iors to.match or harmonizs With yonr room. Blue, rose or gold, size 81x90 tod finisbca with a besL . 98c Mercerized Jersey Qotli A' lin^prie material in 36 inch width. 29c 'Tanyon" Mnslin Unbleached This useful fabric is rtXt low-priced, too. Yard, lOc Amoskeag A WeU-Knowa Brand Women who sew know tb« quality of Amoskeag ging' hams—staple and fancy pat* terns priced only, yard Quick Fastener Dress Arctics Here is a Quick Fastener Galiter of fashionable lines and good wearing quxltty. Beaver- fleece lining on_ men's: tan fleece lining on women's, and children's.' $S.49 Good Worfcshoe Leather Heek A sturdy man's workshoe of Chocolate Rosite with leather sole and heel. Will resist all sorts of weather. Low priced. $2.98 A Big Value! Fine Toridsh towel Exceptional — a large, heavy torkish towel for 25c Hbmemakers' Frocks Of Ckeery Print*—And So Inexpensive! FresK from the tub and gaily pat- femed—5these frocks wwll help to make ^e tasks arotiad the house a real pleasure. They wash beautifully. ? Varied Styles Tmo^itta effects, contrasttog trims, white collar and caff's contribute to, fascinating styles— fottll want sereral at this price. Sixes 16'tp46

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