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February 14, 1927

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•r-J SOXNET- Ifj tbpu inust.lovc me. I j " nought ^xcept for love's aai^ I jnot say ; love her for, Jier smilf I; |—hcrVay Of fepcakinK Kcntlj—for] !• jthpught f hat falls in ,\veH .with icertes brought • A senyc of pleasant e; I . / a flay"— Fbjr these; things in . 1 , : Beloved, may Be clianp <Kl.. or cbangej I and love, wi t it be Ifor • only. Do —her look a trick of [mine, and sc on ijucb IthenjselveS, for thee— fought. May! be unwrought ho. Neither ili)ve nie for Thine'own Idear pif >"'4 wiping ray .; checks dry— A cre^fture Iniglu forgjit to weep, i ] • who bord Tliy eoirifort ;1ong. add lose thy -love thjoreby! Put love iM- for love's [sake, that evermore ; ,Thou niayst love oi, through :l (ivi ''s ete.rhiiy. — Kliznbitb iJairelj Browning. aiid A lo<iiI unit of iiin A Kocla <i<iri of i;iiivi 'r «ily nulffmali <>r«;iiit /.;ui ()n, -. fonneil j .ind iii.l Kalii W.iyi Mi ^s M;iry WijihHrij .--^•11 linn 'liirefi. Wonii ii Ki'ii'ltiiilex of ' nan hi'.li'titb', ih<' KiinitaH cull ur .'i I'<'otli'Kf. \y.-iHlib anil (hi-: rijivcrt <iii- of ellgilfji' a:, aitjvc iiKMiib rinlt 'in .'tl xuririy and tievurjil (iilii'r Hcliools may lii'nome asswdai.- ii Tlx: Iiir .'il (>i 'gaiii7 .:i(i( compleUil; liiil al (he ii urday ni^hi a consiUi dra/trd ami ;iili>pi»'d, ters will lir elei'led^at ; mecllngi Tlir im'elin 1 held till! .•:i "ri»inl Haturri each mqiitb. ' v The jiurposc nli the .Ksoeiatioii will lx» jt() iS ;»!>nsoi pnci; I aetivllirs in tlip njiTliool and .I 'ollej <•: to urgi; , studonisjto a?lenill the : ola Junior Colleigi"; and in itiijiie to pstablisb a '. BCho^rship fund. J Aftler It h<" l>iisfn|s!5 \\-,< ' ed thje hiistessi served iiKji invnts. iTlie ; followinj: Svere prVsent! .M ks; KJ '.' Mrs. iW.' H. .Anderson.' Hesser. -Mrn. Hurney J Doris_('hilds. Ml«s Itofioijt -Miss ! Lu<>ll;» Vani'-i". Maxson. Mrs. .T: K. .Ni)r< Carrie linvk, .Mi!;.s Alire and Mrs: (luv .M. Laniiv •;• • •:• Crilerloii Class .Meets" Thd Criterion cla.ss o • Metbadisl Episcopal ch| Its regular inontlily ii-riean As\V <«iien, a is bifing day night :tI5 Houlh lir «e Kaii- [Slaie Anrl- rn College J ^ansHH, are re i)f the graduates of the Mlale ••nibi-rH. is not ^eling Sal- It inn was the offi- (hf next ^•• will he y night of .Miiler eoniplet- it refresh- members I). Land. .Ir.s:. J. \V. Miss a Warner. rs. I \;\7.r\ gren. Miss Hendrieks, i February in tli Brovn.- at |3o;| avenue. Frid Mrs. B. P. lleidcle. ."^Irs. hart and Mrs. BistinK hostesses. -honn; of .North \ y afterii|oon '. U. .Neig wciT led Deyptiii)nals j WallMe' ' Anderson. A i was fierved by the hostt Thkr nipjnbers presi J The le.acbe)-. .Mrs. Wall son; Mrs. L'ai 1 lies. .M iTiickcr. Mi-s. C. Uaigf M. Palleisun. ..Mrs. l.»iw,i " -Mrs. 1)1 Ii. Synimes. Mrs Fadden. Mrs. J- l'- -Nigh. Page. Mrs. ;I.vie wirner. DrcsKlerJ Mrs. It. H K. X. n .inniaiM. Mrs. ('. lK)r. .llrK; .M. I.. Jlrowii Dennis .Tucker. New' iiiembciH pre.s* JSIrs. M. -WoDil. .Mrs. t -TiltH. Hussi 'll lUiyei- and Weasl. • <- •> •> • Snrtirisp Birl hdHy Pnrlr • Little Miss Mi^lred Nortlr" Second street, prise part.V Friday nighlj of thr) birlliday of Jier m W. A. Davi.-;. Maiif- neigblxMs were lir ;fresbmcnis were sei^ved. Dav gav sen -;• . • Members of. I)i>isinn ni , Mrs.,.loln) Young and ilarr,: monibers of the . visioiiKof; the General W ciely pf (be First Pi •' eUurcb. were honored wi Saturday niRlit in the hoi C K. I'erbaui, 4'>2 Kant .avenue. Tlii" y boih expe< lola later J'oi indefinite • The guest SI were tjie The evf . the ffTvision., •spent fill pl.tying games I " ii'sitj:. j and refresfimcnli served. I • • C Hosle«.se)s to ilnrvlllc . Kciiool HuA PsIroRS Mrs: M- K. Harelercj •Blauelie Ford and Miss I., were jio.sleiises Saturday , .a va,l<!litiiie parly in ;lli« L-Wrs. Jjlanlerode, r .1'2 fiou WO <)d jstreet, thi* guests 8tHdei .iis-;<tf th«! Horvill • their jiiiiriMils ami the, the siiiiiicil. 1 Tlie^ eiiriTtiiituiient eo Kame.s aiLilj ifiusic. ami ref were HiTvj 'd. The. 'gui*lh were: Mrs. - flllan. .\Tr,'niid Mrs. A. K. mid Mni! i;. /(. .Monforl. Mrs, i iOrii^st (jiayion, .V Auslhi. .Ml*, and Mrn. Denji Nellt<< Aii^iiii, Mr. J.uthi . Mr, Ita AoHilii. Mr. an<I Cnldw .lli Mr. and MrK. <• Mrs, Floiriiiicik Fordi ..Mr, Ht i'*. I 'ljlierHoii, (ii^iidii son, Mr.: fM. IC. llH^-tlcr iifarnuiii. AValier Hurma, Hiifferd. .Siijrley Harcjarol M>rrleroll^. Charles Ollfh .«Mfllinn,Mllen -GllfiUan ':0)lfllliiu. (Iraiil .Monfor^, Monfort. 'iFreda MOnfOi I Mbniort, Hoy .Monfort, Otjpl fort. Atlla Monfort. Phil -J. ii Rico „. ^1 Hampton ,Ric ' Bice. Gene/^Ricei Harold iobnn .v'. GentE; I^roy CxdiLz Bfniiett. Carmen Clay Clayton. Charles CaMwe Caldwell. i .,eslie Caldwel Cald>vell and Kenneth •5 icr was •'uNilly DiRiier Pnrtjr A family reunion dinncb* was held esterday in the home if Mr. and Ursj; H. E. ."^lelton, 803 N6rth Wash- ngton avenne. in hpn6r. of the )irthday of Mr. H. B.- M^ton. Tho.se at jthc reunion were: Mr. ; ind Mrs. W. E. Eastwood. Mr. and drs. Frai^k Melton, Mr.i and Mrs. Alfred Fawks, the MJsaes Clelia ind Ednal Fawks. the Misses Irene I ind Maxine Melton at^ Harold Helton. •> •> •:• t 'orresfiBarnes Miss Josephlni; Klizaljcth Forest,, only daughter of District udge and Mrs. F. R. Forrest, and j«r. H^arold C. Barnes, eldest son of jilr. E. C. Barnes, of Kansas City, Mo., were married Saturday evening at St. Mary's Episco; al c' ureh ^n Kansas City, Mo. i • I The bride is a graduate of tiio ola high school with tbej 1017 cla.s? nd also of the Huff Business Col- (|ece, Kansas, ("i'.v. She i has been bookkeeper for the Bar^ieg Motor BRUifeY 14, i9p. valet, is <iu Barron and brid egrooin is (j.'.. of which thi manager. .Mr. and Mrs. Barnes jn-ill b) bonie after March 1 at Ijibadway, Kansas City, * .• iifprliiliiK UvUKf (lull .Mrs. ,1. G. Stadler,eniei|lained (he t lembers oflier bridge c I ay afternoon In ber li Hmilli (,'«(ton wood street. .Mrr. F. .1, Morion, .Mrs. :^iid Mrs. K. II. Cook w re glieH,t,s. (•be high score; faior waft re<:elv«!-d r cards a 'ere: Mrs. I Howl MM, l-'red |ien- Hy Mrs. (•: U Hoyt.v Aft llincli was served. [ The liieitibers presmt \| If. V. Iliiwlii<(. Miss /laz( .Mrs. P. S. .MItcJiidl, Mrs. : ( m and Mrs. .1. J. CrIffI • •] •> (f<|p>inU.e Illrttidii] Aiinliersiiry ' Mrs. o! F. Klitili. soul 1 of lola. V as given a surprise pa ly Saliir- iliiy night in her b^i^e by the mom- 1 crs of Hie ,M. 1. finb, iiij honor <>t ijer birthday. | The mctubcrs aild «eij»libors. afl- gathering at iKe It. 4 Sullivan at 4fitb and Mo. Ill) Saliir- ime, I.. •'MC loyt the Fir.st inch, lield 4 ^etili£ for Mrs. M. I,;. I ^'ashingtdn wjtb X. N. fiarn- libor as as- by .Mrs. luncheon •ises. ut were: ce Aiuler- Warren I. .Mrs. n. .Hence Uice. W. P. M<- Mr.s. J. II. Mrs. P. C; gele. .Mrs. M: Neigb- and Mrs. nt were: •en Ixihg, Mrs. Leila is. of Z2i :e a sur-. in honor her, .Mrs. en<ls and and re­ nted Mrs. .1. G. I ourth Di- >rking so- jsbytcrian ;b -.1 party ie.of Mrs. Mndison: t to leave; 4 isi(s. ••mbers of ing! was and- cons were Jde, Miss lelen Ford night at home of li Cottou- |l)eing the school. Irons' of to Mrs. entered urprlsing et* gathering at the It. B liDinji'. drove in a body I F link's home andr quicll tie house. complMely : h^'r.l I The evening was speirt playing g imes under the directio i of Mr/ .^ . B. Landis and .Mrs. A. G. SV j- gae. Mrs. R. S. Cotton «ing fev- e -al songs and Mr. and Mrs. K. K. J cHejiry playe<l a piano duet. Ite- f esliiuents were served. The guest.s were: .Me; srs. and .A e-sdames J. E. Shcrrill, B. C. Ja- pjiet, R. S. Cotton. A.' G Spcegle. Harry Sbelton, S. E. Rttss, N. Y. Sanis. B. N. Baker. K. B. McHenry. ^ r.s, .M. B. landis, Mr;. ,C. J. r ricker. Mrs. J. M. Overt lan, ^Irs. J . S. McHenry. Ibc Mis les Ucita i:lierrJli, CIcda McGuirc. Ma.v Ross. Anna' Landis; Messrs. ' N;al .Over- II tan. Harold J.,andis am! G. F. rifllnk.. The following children vere present: Allcnc KI nk. Row^ lind Klink, Nita bam, Msbel Ellen pricker, Leona. Baker. Hovaid Bak- qr. • lona McHenry. Clara Sbelton. liosemary Shellon. Frank Ross and Grace Uoss. I • * • Ifarl of I'tist of Dume Kajflilon Miss Roweua Woodurd'and Mrs ^'aller Maudlin were in the cast of |ie plti^y. "Dume Fashion," which as glyen at the Woo'd-.Moore class 5 2 / ^ S fi AVhat Has Onne Brt 'm'e Death strHfcs GARRETT FC SOM while swiauning at ^ci Town. A'. 4. fitter being ,p functorily cxaraiiedby a tloctor, the body isbrouEtht to the Hf tel Majusaca. whcr4 an inquiry ;- started." ; i Folsoih's bathing coii;pan:< \ had been ROGER XEVlLl! .MRS. HliLE.N" BAPi.N'wVBV, CAP-MEUTA v W l DCW. It is taWished Uiat Folsom, just fore his death, had been start ing next to IXED BARRf' known as the cppper king i TJieh the staijtlitig anuoun nient is made that Folsom 1 l^eWi stabbed to death in the -^fa- rer. ROS.S, hit tioneil. • as are . wife, but no liijlit is shed on mystery AiVASTA.SIA FOLSO.M. ecc trie and ma.sterfiil sisiei of tjlie dead . man, ;ari;ives and tall command. At the inquest it eslablishc'J that! tlie death w !)on was a picl^uq. an l)rieii knife, and lhat it aud its tiH ibard bad been liurebased t .r. tjtK.- j sidewalk. .\ow I'll On With the Slnry CII.Vf'TIClJ XVI. • : '•Then," said t|ie coriiner. ' next sleii Is tr find out biiy this p :iri iciil.ir 'we;!poir i.K (lie address »l ibe shii|i. MciUerV ; "11 i >.iri <'.\.iilly a sl:iii>. !l a'.iclliill rniiiii. .\ jpl .-lre w ||(.|'i lion:) ill I' b <'M lit iVUViiiiiH .'•Inilis < oii .sfgiinii 'lil.-. rall 'Icd tlieici lor I purpiihc. "Vi'.H. I !ini|i /Hi .ind. Wi 'll. dm less. Ilif pri>|'rii-t,olM (.III give i 1 p<' ilili'iiii.'ill'ili we w .iiil. ,li )i .i ymi 'd Ifirii-i- gii IliiMT yourself, now. Kiiil baiii all yiui i an of iiijitl')-." I Tin- di 'ti'i-tivi' Weill <iir at oi aild llif i-oriiinr. with a s I k I i. tiirni 'd til bis iuvi'.diKntiitii. before have 1 liad In ii'iidiul iililiilry with litllr evideini work ^ipoii. Till! iitiesliiiii bef us is !ni-.v dill .Mri Folsiiiii joiiii his deaiir.'i What weajion was iisfd'/ and w J hi used i: Tli.jse are jilt fully. I* who coul intent •tti death r' fNo. sit '"Who ceaseT' '>Benefi "Dpntt RossrrMr. Miss FolsUs with W5 |»-i3h f| Not aji 11 ben. sir?" J ]r «u k low of anybody laVe a ly reason 6r any ir Mr. Folsoms nybody." fit by his /do- Yes. fiFijanciall I'm sur tcU you affairs, they havi into his to do witl:| OieB, )rfl? Folsom's "That eral way I mean."' JB I doi't kno|»' sir." jtjsk these questions of :Hubb^rd." interrupted asperity? 'fl will Ijrothcr's business Iddon't see: fwhat wUb the iniuiry eat deal h. Who. the bulk of Mr. my ^ougb to do 4^th." fai£ht hhve a it, MliS Fol J ieceiv* >rtune call tdll you in a part of] 'oxima Ijis estate! is di-i»=^ dy into Thirds , Hugh ^ iva leaves: sijijife miijor bequests; biit! the main! vlded j appi one of V hjich wi another n {0I go mine liana N'evillje, nKr brot business aisociat "Who ^ this n he?" "His hime Peltoii; I Pelton—Daniel; (Hje is jifst now iit Xewf 1 w F o I k({ (hill ttlf bins nil, lid be "\oM ,j IJossi dii yiMi know of it hyl '•• j to «lsli for .Ur. I Folsom's dealhr sinrcre and iileli'rniiiii d in lier ' I '.nes. "I :iiii III ratli '-i- a .^Iriinie ) re- etliirt In sidve t )|e luysteiy of In r } o'idot k, eaiHer Ih ill luo.- 1 dioanieiii." he said, frankly. ••.\e:er,l.n.tlu-i''s de.itli. | hidi 1; y. lie w iit dowii- tji before li.-ive I liad In leiidael an I Th- lie.M wiilie.s.-; was IJi..-:s. the br<Mkfa :leil i in j tli l - diilil g motive or i )pr ."".-tiiiiity. wliiil usually t!ie iiisi niaiters ti,> be .1 eir up. Hill, as ynu .r;ip ie:ii see, everyone in I lie o'eaii al time of .\Ir. FiilMinrs ith only matters llial alfeii ii.^. \\j the pi'ivate life 01 the r.eiitleli we have cniHitni. uiikis it i be sliiiwii tli;it iL lia:i lo do wtit'i j bis tragii- dfattr. '•There Is nobody iiiider su^< eiou in Die c;'.se, but it is uiidimh 'i"he lie.vl wiliies.s was IJi>.-:s, Hie dead man's valetl _ IVlil be hail ni> iiimc n:' iiii|i.ir- laiire to coiumi^illii :llo lliaii bad Miss FolsoiD. j •'Von have liceii ivith .\tr. F<d- sniii Wome time?'! jliilibard asked, q ill! IH-rfuiu-torlIji Mr. K niiiil.'- b.'i<-k i< I his till rie ••Four years. i ^ir,"i replied Unss. | piJk;, •"He was a pooil master'/" dsum :was n in bis ro ^)iii Ito bis room|s abbul 'j''^-Ioek. and lijaibins su things tliat ci 1 Uilh him t<> I '-'Very way! sir.j He was kind ! ,-,,iili ,'"alway.s.i thimgli! to; please liiiujwaU eiou 1,1 ..•le er.se. ,.u. '•\';"':"-f J tleverylliing had in be ill stri.l a.-! tMily murder, and ^^^'-^ =:''••'•'''>, ,.,,,.,,;,,iOe wit ii bis orders.' ,i , eommilleil WI lb premeditated iu- ..^^,„,; tent. There IS little St.on of.- ] • .Ai . , tb<;n'.' "Da.v before ytwterday- ibat is to j •iVef<. sir. say. 'i'liiirsda.%|. sir. j^V•e'iin-ived iniiji-fn'i v.liit to '.lie III)- I ,.,1 I |„ • the affernoini a ill lejitb iiiHy-'*"' ^'"J"'^»«'-t lv,i ill iiy i Ve. 1 |arty hriday night. These names ere not' reported lt>''tbe Regist^-r. , « • • (ilprliilii mth I 'url} .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miiuillln. of .1118 North street, wirre bosl and lostesH at a party Saturday iiighl I their home. Games were played ;^ud refreshments were served. The guests were: Mr. and .Mrs. Ichiird A. Tobey, .Mr. lind Mrs. basl A. Clift. Mr. and MrB. Geo. .N. i^tilk','Jlr. and Mrs. Cbas. Tobc^y. .\ r. ilnd .Mrs Chas. E. .May, Mr. and •Mrs. A. L. Xeele. sisted of etihinenis A. B. Gll- lUi .e. Mr. .Mr. and Lydia ng. MisH r Austin, I Irs. F. (). H Genlz. and Mrx., Pallef'7-''- lie, Ruth if"" WAVERLY i lAnona Simpson! Feb. 10.—.Mrs. MeVey a+.d .Mjargarct were guests at Ibc Wcs- 1(^" l^cVey home Tuesday. •Mr; and ,.Mrs. Clarence Godsey and children viKitc <l at the paren- laj Godsey home west of lola Thursday. «r. and Mrs. W. M., Lacy of .lop- lii , Mo., who have bopn visiting in lh! home of tlieir dtiiighler. Mru. Claries jiforri.son and fainily, left •Firriay afternoon. • | Wrs. Coie returned |o b'cr himie in l'*iHar,pe Saturday' after a few da .s visit with her daughter. Mrs. W II .Morrison and family. ." ilii. aild; -Mrs. Will Simpson and .snii Billy jwerc gue-sts at the home of Mr.s. .\hna Simpson near ('olony Su iday. •, ilr. and Mr^. (Marence Godsey :in^ family visited at tjlie Heory Gojisey home west of Iqla Suitday. : Juanita Dan and Geraldinc liarr called on Mar c VanDam Saturday afternoon! ' ° Will SimpsoA's called at the Arlo lle|>kius home Sunday evening. \Vill Nadler and little Arlenc Skiiiner have both been ill with the flu .Margaret i,Mi:Vey called on MMs li\ml iklcVey Salurda.v. .Miss Opiil is jiisi recovering from the ineJiNleM. Her niHiiy friends will be i;la|l to hear she is getting aluni; so nh-ely, 'ijhe Wesley Chapel Lartleh' Aid ".erv 'ed ' lunch at the Xoriies snl on I hat eir be said to have had npportiin and so f;ir as we; have bc'-n n to learn. iinbDilyhas shown eviden':e; ot having bad a, mot This makes the affair most teriniis. for men aVe-not liiiird< without nioti\e. 'And so. :.;en men of the j'iry. 1 will call those who knew '.Mr. Fol.soin i|er sonally. and you liia.v gaMu-r w knowledge .you m;iy fioni tl depositions." 1 |lubhard was bi'l irally i .i I: verbo'--e and siillei'l if diction, mt in this-case lie Waff nioie so, li.v reason of bis own ;u,icertaint> (o proct'ed. U seemed absurd call nil the people'w'lio knew f:j retl F'.isoiii, for they were the i< most iiileresled i(n learning truth, and the oinjs Ie;ist likidy bi- imidicated In tlie (rime. However, i! was the only III lo be done, and Miss Folsom. as the ne ;ire.sf lelj-live of Ihe.'dfad man. was cjitled next. Her! t<'sli:nony was. of , coiiitse. v 'lowM*'"'" intere.itinjj and I had a 1 Mi • |d<';isaiii evening." ' ' .\iid wbai did ] on Thursday alio "As soon as v,' ir.e to put away , .. { belongings, aird hi istrol! .on the boilrdwi j.-ee him again until ilres.- tor dinnei*. (ireb.sed. he told line the fvening to niysel ii:e If) go for a .stioll j walk or to lake a|ridi . i II- to go to a moVie •Wbiih did yoil di Mv. Folsom do r rijaehiiig lie:e'."" ;e a bis tojd mi iiid iie Idid this, iiii I lip the has rnetl backl go for an !oc iponi". but to :. aH he woi n:e." d you went i-yi I ve and <^ tel n <: be li|a< fori :i slay in long lie sure to Folsojn's rooms jby 'And were you? tilt, yes, some rived, lie left j My! baif-pasl tw ilolbi'ig and iatj«iiit|!." i lyeiit out for. a ; •|V<iu saw or | h alk. i didn't ; :int ejiuimotioii <t'rtii to I sonrul •I did all thro. tie i ;\nie in ^fter j be was i w-^ler 1 ceiild have . Ill' advised j w; on tlie board- in the cluiirs , , liow.^' • 1 le gay scenes .,,..! 'Youre wastlljiii time lal'uiig to I I<o>js." .Miss Fn|.^i)ir.i [iui in with an ll^j. jaiiiciyed sbake (ji; her head, -ly,- kmlwii tile man f!')r .<j myjbrolber^s irii.Hled ! whit he «aii leli: of "^'ingK the niornin!;|he i I ?;ei • at so.-ne moije ii j n« sses.^' j . Coroiier Hubba Loweirj le. Edw(n iin. Anita Connor Margaret Helen la Mon- .Monfort. Robbie Denning, Stella Delores 1. Grace J. Cr.v.stal Cildwell. Mo iduy. I eJHirl of Wayei'ly school, dls- ijli^ 77 for the nioiirii ending .l«n. r. bo.vs, 11 girls, total ttli«ml- . liJ; per cent of ultendahce, 9S: DO tardles. Those periecl In. atundiuice were: Thelma Darr; Ho card Lust,; Harry .Morrl.sonj, Dji^v Dickens. Vivian DIcus. .ipanr Itil Dorr, Fannie G<!rd8en, Minnie Otadsen. Geraldinc Darr a»d Hazel Dickens.—Ralph H. .Morrison. Tea Cher. - ; A! r. and Mrs. -Miles Templenia.n cillsd at the Jim McKaughn home Sunday, afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Simpson and son Bill.ij. spent Tuesday, at -the Conrad C.jprdsen home and helpe«l Mr. GerdSen butcher. only 1^. the efieet that she bad bi^e .li \ siimiiKiii '^d to Oeeiiii Town by; tele-srum aiiiioiiiicing ber brotin dealli.- Tbi.i n>essage had been s^ to I'er :Cliuago home,.'Imi as was ill New York, it bad bfeii fi warded to he.r tlnire and ibc I imiifcdiatuly started for llie si shore resort. ,1 ste ;iiiswered rivdily Ibi! con^n- er's' qiie.slions a.s -.to ber broibi business and lialiils of life, nothing siie' cmild tell bad bearing, on llie snbjeel «if death. In addition to the inform lion rep 111 re<l <»f her, she reiiwral ber dilterminativn to . biing tl nhirderer to jnslire. ;iiid declan berself williii',; to :.spi nd as mm oi b':>r forliiiie ;is might be neec .sftry in order ip 'succeed in bijr q^esl. There was soiiK -'.liiiis about .\\) |lasia Fol.soin that made bet- liea ers rospeel ber. though none < them would have I<ared to mak| any effort :e lieeome belter ai qiwinted witb.ber.i She was 'ni altractive. she'.rather repelled pei jilj'. y<'t none coiiUl .say siie wa , teiiied to reiidvBil ears: be was iissisliilil. Get (J.-trretl's dii- ied. and tlitii iiporlaiil wii d wiiK not jiieii^-' •ibis audience as Ip hoiv tii pris eed Icfflciejit and con .. !biit Mi.ss Fidsoin'iS :a«".ge.';i ion ..v;,:" S*'-'*"'-""" jseiisibli- and he .show • ment'. ' 'iTell. us. fli irs nt ^le i "what .Mr. Folso] that he met hi story of the dayj" "ile ro.-^e ear^y. e to ha Theii he canie o ,;et o Itliie bag ' hirays ca e iKilh house. !d r in sholt beca one '«ie Ive L -d lied It, maybe. soon he started oil". l^ie that York i cit evening dejforc I "Thurs liy eveij "Ye*, light .Mr. Hjubl atd, gel quirj'j foi I want of thifse rnatters my ovj-n liltective raystdry. drb Be ( "Fhe w |it«>Nih. lie—lii^ sen- m m Mrs. G To tlnftl ins den ws Was received, here .Mrs ill of my -birotheH or beniiosts; biit! ely 1 be my portion f o a nephew 6{ er to .Mr. i Roger lier'S friend and phew? Where i.-^ A. Ealkins CI osen Pujpit. p. A-i Eakins. fo Pat^i .Mat ler .of Ibila. has been i?e- ted tD .^ay another ytar liastlor pf t missii church ii W ming and has agtee^ to stay will 10 reca led that Mi. was 1 14 victim of aifata! acfci- last Augustj when he fell into of tie boiling springs in' the owsto le National Pari: and unaljlci to Iget out <juickly 'kave himself. At that e MrsJ Eakins, gUpon the] urgent ri^qjuest cf thfe! i-ongregatloi. decided: to kake oyer her hni band's wdf-k -'in tjhe \Saritoga Missio». The irjCrtiarkable record which slje has ijnialle is Indicated jnot only by the ! reqiucst fpr\ her to stay another by the ] following para- m a Synod of :i^'jomEng etter. a j copy of yea!r. but grf^ph frq I . , , . H circular as with hiin tihej -.j^^ loi-w; ame down! here.''] jj^^ j^^jj ing. that Is?" pi'i -^aratoi bdfore last. ; aow -,;! n,ission on with your in-j;-manned iv .'a wdmaii ko learn all I can' before I J engage to ferret out iJie nil In lied) b^firms I'Imiiicially by today menly riled to :^Ir. R. I. IJatfer, ns's faiher: • " ! ] ;a cong^rtjgiition—tl e duly church I in W>omiaiig iv.a wcinian'—has sent!in its.lhill cjdijta HJn^ MORE f Bups tlial inienii \ \t reail M hut. \^ [ PITfTMAN mm -I on. Fib. i 11. (.\Pi A report on the I 'si; mail from ijhc i retjpnt I hey day o the government-oiKt-j half of sfll net e; rn of six ipe • cent w by tbej sijiiite iut coinmittei FA\|0|ABL|Ei RjiJFORTI WiiSil^n,' I favorable bill eXeiii|p^inK slijirl line railroad; rMiuireiiieiit tln;t vernmeiit- oiicj- iiigs in e.\(e.<!s as ordcn di imla.v t-r.statc coiiimcrce I whilellei k by ono tiiiru about - i ! oceah. time. 1 1 • I waiil- be bn(:k in .Mir. iclock.' bi>fqre ouej oir tlierc.^ liblhiug of i.v! .Mr. Ffjl- Mr. Fo!.<;o!m half-pajst time I was iiig there." ithe saiiiic which ot Nat ired dd ncvolenbei. • And ^lld 1 by Jajtm- ary fir^t, ilast. This c< ngreg^Oon will doijbt^s go ojver top| "gltft new m<?mhGrs, too.] this: G/ri when the.y French ed MELLd-GLO is congr(|gatiojij add oh^ hundred dollai local bdd^et and to asi - odal Missions f^r-alilton- ndrslLESSi.for lext prear' Now llsteiij to- voted to to I their he B*»rd Dance use thi.-i newliwontierful Process Face iiwdei| call- •jjiat ugly Shine ak^y. Women ri ie over its superior purity and qija jty. |Sfays on so iini—iikin looks 1 ke a peach keep^ complexions yoi thfulj^pre- vents Itrge pores., G< | a box of MELLO-CAX) Face Polvder toflay.— Cook's JDiftig Store. For Office Wear Nuway Arlshell ffaaiets —liHVij tbund favor ft llhiiwu- sand.si.| They are cA-rect jifor liti.sineK.s wear and m d ah iair •jf .subkahtial dignilL. ; ' Old' Siirt.'icta at 5'oH/i Disposal :• I li •pTOI.1E "rPlST5 OPnciAi 'JS- tl> ii e.; 1 .-o!ii I Tlii re 's a way to'en d no resent-' " fl'd^ ^•"'•l-'' '"I fev^-r. opens the eil .l l|oks." 1|.. Slid, en; re system. coic]|s|to quick tc that' we paid halt wa)^irfHILL 'S. 24 hoiinj, checks n did lb. niornin - know it alwa.vs rcjlylon i4 ••••a h. 'i-ll tiie it "f'*'- HIIl .«8CMcua.I a.> be alwa\.. Bi .uiwyott «t HttJ I ,\ wiU ^pertFBit. Ak all « bdwcis, iThb mi Ibnes tbic lipns who Go start H't! >'! l ^is il- d b T 0nly Real Test /orBAI<JNG POWDER // mine BAKING For Beit Rciiiltj ^BAKING DOUBLE ACTION 2Sounce^!br25* WHY PAY WAR PRtceS ? Our Government TbedMUiohsofPoiaids Withbuality Grocer es and ^ Delivered to Your Door n I.;irs CiiM-sl' bread, tS Ivfiry. Sperial T (»mAn-low 1 call ClHR-fil .-Hi- Spri-ad, o il tc x'cial Tomorrow iier tan U (';imp Kii'f'^J\^ar,MitnalIo\v.'-', Sprfia| Tomorrow per n)...".|;c or 2 Ib.s. for ^'|•<•^ll (Totlatj'e Clii-ese every (Ja.v.i I»^'r H). l' bo.x Mai*ai''!<iii I'le; \ l.o.\ SiifijrlielU lOe; 1 m .x VsKK No'ldle.s Kb-; Siieeiii! f<»i' tomorrow an<l \V <(diH '.si|ay; all three for -.| , , r ' I i • I. Lqt Us SerVe 6 Da^^s Et^i*y Week le kitl .s on We Have Parking Uoooi far Your (lai- Phone 292-291 Corner 2nH and L ricoln & Market -l?c .2<)c We Miver It m Ml* IONE;the Malytag deklerJ I Let a l|lay-|i tag doi your week's washing FREtE Qthoiit obligation ot any' it washiihe garn]jents luMt'fubbiig of your whole •fanjiily sanitarilyj clean. it wash grimy overallji andrompers—baby <[lothes—fin lingerie—table an^ bed linens-jf EVERYTHING! ' ' Then you; wjill know th j MAYTAG, iljhen you will see: how- it washes big tiibful i in 3 to 7 miiiutes. See lit d(> la M^hole washing—SO.pQundi (dry weight)! in fine shor: Ihoiir.' See it wash everything; cuffs' an<[i jwristbands—Iwithout hand irubjbing. I ; 1 • Try thel Maytag 8ellit8eindon*i keep iu W9 tiigtoa| ^tiis is Still itself solely upon its Maytag dealers evi iwithout Cobl^iitz Wdst St hometoidoa the way :all M^; entire satisfacjb on. Mutk t( your ti an otller washers. Af wash ic' hand-rubbingJ nabst helpful hornc-launkienng unit}-you| 'here fdllow 's.was ung.^rjw, and withotit obKgatibh of any ikii^. Washers art s old. Tbp ilaytag ihuMt Gyre foaml rfomu ince wash Must prove tc you, in yotir Ei ^tric Storf Tela phone 7»« the standairdk sd rule of iieiiding a May- t must {n; the home, cyerythingj qiiicker, easi^ jand dean^ have ever sien or used. yerything—even cjolfars, cuffs arid [wrtstbands. own home. everyianng that it is the 1 : j i;m

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