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VAXiE TWO ' THBIOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY AST. Ill niy sOld •llK -i The| clocks aro chiming jhedrt A cjjlm.pb chimi;; raurinurluKH of <lay )4 so|) of tljliig« a-ilririing ljy, c'lbcks. ai<-. cJilmliiK in m/i ilii-apl! . Tlif Htarji liavu iwinklc"/. "ii'l ill"'<l mil,-- , . Fair (taiiilli-H hlowii! i The hot tifMri'ti l <mn low unit K'"«' To aiili liic riaiiKtii lliHt flaim-il amtn. I I 'J'liol Ktilr:i iiavK iwliiklcili IIIKJ IIICII joiii;! ! ^ . (in !joi|rin'y(i lnivi!j In iiiy ln-ad! My ,W)unriiiK till ' |!| y<irkuUvn «III11<'K of. i'KlraiiKfr . IrltinilM,. . • j • Sw'i't wi 'ury injli's mi(i AWPPIIT Old J(»)liil<'y« liavcl in ihy head! Tho I Ioaivi>s arc ilropitingj from my Deai l<;a ^•cM and flown. (;ive Party for Brotber Mr. and. Mrs.. Clifford Murphy, of 105 South Tlilrd (itriiPt, gaVo a par­ ly hiHt ntelit in honf>r of Mr». Miiv- phy'H'hroi hor, Mr. Walter Jarkson, who *x\><it'tn ,io Iciivf liila iii 'jtt Wfji'k for'S^atllp. VVaHh. iJancliig and cunin wi-rc tlii' di- yrtrKfonB and rKn '/ihiiH 'niH wi-n-' Hcrvi'd. , •S- • • V. W. V. M. S. llo)«iM. Mfftliiir A IIKri-llnK "( <hi' IIK 'llllllTH llf tli<> Young Wfiinun'H .MNNloiinry Socloly! of till! Klrnt .MiilliodlHl KplM(o||«l <|iii.r<li WKH hi'ld /J'IJCH- day nlKlii In (|i<- honif of .MIKII HO hi-rln WiiriHTi '!Mi \VVni .lackHoii iivcinii>.| III I III' aliK<(n<'<' <if AlljiH I.iiflia VariK-r, prfMld<'iil, Mrs. 0. ll. (iar- llnKlioiiij,c. xpoliHor, coiidiK-tj-d llic nii'ejllnK' .Mrs. Catherhn-i Oilor h-d th« IfHtion. ri'vii'wlng (h«> fifth (•ha))lorlof thi! text hook, ".M6Hlf>m Women.' • IcVfrcshincnts Wfr<' .served. • MeriihTS at tlu; inociing won': -MiFR DdriK thild.s. .Mis.s Kalhlten TheivinerU'^^f ghosts are Irotind my I Forfeythe. MinR Porothv Knowl«s. I brow; ' i.Aliss Xliidred Higgink. Mr.s. Cath-j For |ov«r frost, and winttir now.. I crine Oilof and .Mrs. O. L. (iarling- j tlan church' 1ie |d a meeting; yesterday afternoon in tlie home pi .Mrs. C. E. Williams, 323 South Sycamore streei- Thomas, chairman. Mr.s. Carri4^ presided over iva.'; decided to ^Inirer Si. Patr the meeting. It-Ijiving: Fred and Cfarenie OKWCSI .serve a chitken ck's day, at tlie <;hur(li. Mrs. Fyank^'ogle aaaist- ed thf' hoHtfs .s Tii serving refresh- nieiita. i .MeirihfrH at Hie meeting were: .Mrs. Frank .\OK ... .Mr.s. J. I.. MAf- riii, ,\l|s. Clia.s. Vbl('.s()ii,..Mr«. EJC. Catiiion, yiiCH. .1. iW. (iavin, .MrB. M. Harrlii, MM.! rarrlfi Thonia.H. ni»rl Fryer, .MIH. i.Mis. .1. K Kllioit .MiM. C. M. CliiyKi .iinil -Mr.s; Harlan T/iylor. ni 'ni|iT>.oii Clrrlrt 117 MffU 'I'lie ri'i'.iiliir ii ifoii Clrrli' IIV. I. [I'lliii)/ of llcllihr- idlt 'M of I III* tlraiid The lealve.s are dropping! froni my • . lre«i. ! ... I —John Oal.sworthy in "Verses Xew indl Old." JanUr College V. M.[I. X. Uhe: I'jnipraw ,', | Thp Young Woman's [Christian AKSOI held its regular nieeiing t|iis morn ingtt 9;:<0 o'clock. j; Tb ! i.sulyeci .\yas. "Personality" he following pVosram was .•*on. cm .Vorttl loin. Kfliis. .She <?ani<^ to .\'( with her widow Klizabeth (Jt-yiT ors at about the liiiiorhil hull ycM- The preHJdeilt, I, wa« ill (fliarg"'. a, patrlollj! In- pairlotii' aihli'cxK. Tliay4r waMinlil- Aniiy I'l 'li" It'-Pinbllr, waii h /dd In hi 'ad(|iiiiMi 'rM in , ii-rday iiflernooi .Mrx, Ardli' Kvrn \Uim , .Mary lloiijl *iiii( for, made a .\1r/i. .Miry CiirilH iili 'd ;iiid llie name cif Mrs: l,:inali I.eliinuii was afcjplfd fill' iiipmbcr- Mjilp. in till' ,ord< (»h||ii:ir.v Mrs. Klvira Ci'yiT •nglim. .Mis .-OMri. aiirl ,|iCii( ••fnlly . Ki-hnijiry I'O. ]!I2 '.1 p. ih. the ai: 21. 187fi. with whom! slie lived a Very' peaceful and happy life \mt!l death claimed her' companion on August 1, 1922. To this union were •born seven St^hildren: Who are all Klvira iloleinaii. Ivj.s.li ilei )i .r urn in J.ex- iM-r Ml. oil this life Siindiiy. at 11:0!i if Ii7 yoai'.s. •} GHffe, Colo.; Will, of Piqua: Coerce of Savonburg: Mrs. G. W. .Vnitor- 8on of|loIa; .Mrs. A. K. Fo.sttr of Humboldt, and Mrs. l>izKi» Luymon of Neoijho Fulls. She Was a kind mother and :i Ui\-; ing wire. 'Mrs. Uix HUffer 'oii iliVr-j teen years fn/tn u-paralytii- .sirotro. I During the laal year slic \K-u» un I able Id walk. wDhoiil (he nid oi Ii <'r ; cliildriM*. who havp <;aroi! inrJur! ll(OMt of the llllli 'i Sill- \V;i.s |i,ili>'iil I and lioro her (iiirfi,Tiii(' wiiji.nii i I 'lWiiptiilnl until ih 'e end oanii' i on .Inly IV, lO-M, rdn- w.ir mar ' rliil III .1, l>. Ilolini.iii »li<i r^iill I HurvlvoH. -• lllirlllK her IJIHI si'klio: ;^ lior llin-e danKlilerM and MOH waijiint were ai her 1)'-d;<ido. .Ml iicii ri>>- iitg Jiiiiitis I'Oiilil do w:iM iiiiiii- ifoi .Mother hill' the doaili aii ^ol i .'uno IIIKI t 'liilnied hor. .She leave.'i tti nioiirii li<i- Ins;! Jio; seven iliililroii, tliroo In (i >liir«. Iwoiily Krandchildri'ii and iw -lvo •-'I't 'at grandcliildroh. many ollior r'-lalivfs .-itnl :l Im .i. fii'-mls. , Fiinoriil sorvii -es wen- ii'-M the .Adam.s and llessor 1 lola: on Febraary 'St. HUT. ;1; p. 111. by 'be Hev. .1. .M. I'loston. !l till! '.luiiior Tiiniiv! I EVENING. MARCH 3,1927. * *4-• f + • • • **** • f 4- BKALi2STA!rE'TRAllSFEB8 • *• Isrted Oally from OHicTot • * i Wla Abstract Co. * tjMarch 2, J927) raam. widower to A. H. lots 1. 2. 3. 4, 6, 7. 8. block 1 and lots I. 2, 3, 2 Turnera Add. to lola. If .SW'4 3r.-2J18 (belnff [nriu-r's Add. and Kim .1 ii. iloi-O'J. 10. 11 12. t. .'i block .M^o liarl l>i-i we 11 'I Ci-.-ek ,,$1 riiliilroiil of Chas. W. llegwood. <i.' .1. ^o'Ollvo llotiwood Ilia widow. I • i;;.! bin. It IL', FiiHl AMd.MoAlll- .li'.l Ktid \M'i I mid r> in hlocM 48, I 'll I A.lil. Iio Mildred, tl. II A. 'rl.- 111.. I'll South family wliin :iI'o. months and 1 dak-, aiitbe-lionie of l-^'"K"ii^' ''>• •Innn.r T - m her ilauKhler. M L S- W. Ander-1• The body was tenderly !:i!(l; JContiukv street, i •« ''>' -"'<-* """I'an- \ ion in the (.*edarval»> ceinoiory at' osho Fall.s. Kans.. mother., .Mrs. ami ago three,' broth- Neosbo Palis. Kans. -A Kri.mi. of 1.1 years. I vice IJy devoting oiir.selves tn the s>'r-!l bouse. r • . •:• • • •:• f Kntertalii for Missouri Guests Mr. arid Mrs. Ed Sutherl.'jnd entertained last night,jin honor of .Mrs. Escihenbreiiner and daughter.; . .. •i ., . ., J, Mkry Loii. pf IMilo. Mo. The even-! ' o'' mar-1 which opens wide i\u- _ ing was! spent informally with i'"''i-'' !'• ">• <^''"''<^r | pine.ss. laUon of the Junior I'ollege, g^jjg^ I{gfJ.pJ;l,n,^,„^s, iwere served. , g^^=~---~i— " The gue.«its -were: .Mr. and ' ^ ' •! .' • • • • •• R. A. Fry. Mr.: and .Mr.s. Ralph Stover. Mr. jatid -Mrs. Fred Woodin. Mi-, and Mr$. Harry (iilffin. Mr. and : of others we discover.tin- door diior to liap- Ollie Sutherland. Charley and KJvenj: , / i • [Mr _ Scriipt4ii-e. Miss^ Ruth! Oooch: iSutherland and Harvey Sutherland prayor, Mi.s.s Mary Cn'en: r'Tbe Ua- 1 i .>=•:• •> diancii ot Vitality," Mrs. T.i E. Xord- sven {\ '-"The I'nderstandinJB Mind." Wednesday Kveninir i / . Miss pilary_Byeriey: "The Textbook; ^ ,j ^jj^hI was :hostess of Living,' Mr.s Burney Miller; nigl^t to the members of thCi "The! Friends 1 bou Hast. Miss ; .^^.^.j„p^,,i3.^.:p^.p„j„ .p,,,,, i„ , •Willa! r3ickinson:=-Tlie Ihch Way and the : Low,"- ."Miss Ethel .McCoy. 'A vocal t io consisting i-of the • Misses Virpinia. Velta ari<l Vinila ! Smith, wit 1 .Miss H.ien Colby as aceoijipanit I. concluded the: pro- gi-attt by Cottake." nging "1 Loveja I.itlle ' Hostess jl« Wednesday' Auctjon ('lib Mrjs. iJ. 1 .1. .Norihrup \^as bos- ycBtei'day at ont' tess luncjieon a,'ird bridge to hers one of: hi able. M ))3. :K. Mo.; Mrs. .1. it;. o'clocrk e niem- r club and guests for p-:. llaylos, of Warfens- tVlrs. U. \V. Honiy. .Mrs. . ^^^rlflrup and .Mr.s. JLaverne. ere guests. High score by .MIS. .1. C; .Mitlel- 1)11 riii, U. I! NortJirup' «j was i plavei bachl I . Tile ciub Mrs. 1)1 !• FoiiiJt, y[v>\ .Mrs. C. U. Runflall. .Mm, F. .1. Horlon ami ing bridge - _ her home, tens East Madison ave- \ nue. ; ' ' • .Mrs. T. p, Caiialsoy was .1 gnesl. \ High score favor was received by j Mrs. R, U. Fry. The nicnibers present wore: -Mrsi. Frank McCarthy. .Mi.ss Margaret Snii^li. .Mrs. IJee Noftzger. • Mrs. .Melvin Fi-onk. .Mrs. Paul Keed. j .Mrs. R. I'. Fry and Mrs. Fred Denton.' I ' : I>.\«.'fnlIve'Boiird Holds .Meefliii,'^ ' The members of the executl*-e ^ committee of the Woman's .Mis- \ sionary Society of the First Chris- meitibor.s irrosi'^it were: , LS'orlhrup. Mrn. .1. .F. . I (.'. ('. AinJlK-nnan. .Spencer. .Mrs. \ W. K. .Mittelbacli. <••>•'.! j ]liislpss(>s to Bridtre (Inli Mij;s Hazel Howliis anil Mrs. I'. I K. MJitdtell were hosleKsos! yesterday iaftfrnwoji in the Kelley grill roun^ tci-the fnemb.?rs of their bridge cjuliJ Mrjs. :;L. JJ. Chevalier and Miss Ellzt^betli Apt were gnesl:4. Mrs. J. Oj Sta<"«?r scored higlli After cardi a: lunk-'h was scrvedj ' Tim club ^iiembers prbsei t were: Mrs.|j. ii. Ijitadler, Ah-s. .1.1.1. Griffin, Mrs. Fred D.-ntou and Mrs. I... 'V. IJbwlus. ' i F.iiteHaIns 1>. M. (). CIDI> Mris. ; Clairde Barker, bf r.O.". South Kentucky street, entertained ttejmenibers ;Of the P, M. O. cliibl A\]edjie.sday afternooti. The time! was spentj informally aiid'tbe bostiss. assisted by i her daughter. ; Miss' Delore.s Barker, served^ a ; lunch. I i : Mrs. .r. P. Setterstrom. Mrs. Julia Lemingjand .Mrs. Ira I). Sri4ll were giie .sjtg and the members 'pr.esent wertj: Mrs. .1. J. Varner, Mrs. R. ;t, Mrs. n. Fry,I .Mrs. C. A. Swiggel ngnjan. Mrs. C. K. ed W'oodin and Sir: ! Henry, ri. J. W. AVm.l D Mrs.j.Fijpd Cartpev •i • • feletira<ps fievelity.FonrOi;; ; BrrHidaj- .tniilversary • Mijs. Mary Sicks, of 511 S'orfh Jeffejrsojn avienue, cel(»brati,d her seveAty-jfourth birthday: ye.'jterday. Herjsoii, Mr. Ayilbur Sicks and famf her iuojfts. iind Mrs. Pearl Kent wore Natiothl tilbber Weiik \\ c Hi 'e makinjfr a spefci'al (1 .spiay^pf rubber ffood .K o: njany kinds: riot Water Bottles I Syringed Whirling Sprays iFace Bottles • Ice Packs ' Rubber Gloves Finger Stalls: Nipples n Where Rubber Goods-i-an To best advanf• ROWN'S DRUG STORE Thfe fiyal Store Slender Fdot-Arch fritters P.'iri ;hnK 'iit and Hlack Kiid and Patent $0.50. -^NDjQ Beatiful' Shoes with real • foot comfort. SPOT CASH SHOE STORE E. E. Harrison Individuality in Smart Hats Ari.stoci-atic in every detail —the .seiet*lion conipri.^es models of I 'ori'- mo.st importance, advanced in line and .style. Hats from .'?:5.05 to S;i2.r)0. is harming .Many .stylo .s llU'.s.- iievv' ciiiubining ,:ijll ..styles ill 111 spring lias cli< Siz.'sIJilo 42. tjpiini^ an be found in hniarl Dii -sses thi' newesi fabrics: tliat Sen lor diesKi -s In all the new colors. 1^ $151.00 5ni Sffitc SfiiDP MILLINBRY-LADJES'fl 26 Years of Successful Merchandising in lola OLA J T AS. FURNISHINGS (I Allen County s MostJPo^ular Trading Ceiiter EMBROIDERY; PACKAQE OUTFITS V>'ith Royal Society Guarantetd Boflinp Dye Embroidery Cotton* N. ;w SpritiK Merchandise of every cle- Kcriplion Ifairly leaps at you from every dc- partmeiit in this stoiie. But one of the most popula^* departrnentsis our Royal Society Art Gc dainty 'od| Department. There are so many things for the needle worker that they cannpt be blamed for becoming enthu- siasticj There are Stamped Di-e.sses' for Baby, Stamped Pillows, Stamped Wa .sh Suits ^or Little Bud, Stamped! Dogs, Stamped Botidoir Caps, Stampjed Boudoir Sets Stamped puilted Pillows and many Otheis too numeij-ous to mention, l^ut just come : 309—85c 310V ^$1 .50 - Btu« White and Blue in andi tel will bej ^hd the young lady to show them to is just as enthusiastic as von r. • .— ?ti's of the JilneH Kloc- piirehai<<-d a home at Hiioki -ye. Thft JoneM itifn|fi| Into ;ihlH property I I.-Id lb"' farm Homoi time sieeond BaptlDt dnirck The Second Baptist eliurch will observe the Natioii-Wide iirayer for Migsions Friday afternoon lat Sr-IO O'clock. I • • ' Sandky school, 10 a. m. \ jPrea^ng, 11:30 a. m.i JBaptfemal •services, 2:Sfl ip. m. iPrekchlng, 8 p. m., by. the pa.s- toir, J. H. Jacobs.. .Communion aervicegi ISunday B. Yi P. U..^6:,10 p. m. ; [Everybody is welcome, ' MRS. VIOLA IJROW.V, President. I -Mar. 1 j art drov .Mrs. , Demand for reHld ^nci*, iirop .Mly In lola aeema to lie qniti- brisk m ibf pri'BfDt time. Home pfiiplo are rant ins-while oJherH nr.- biiviiiK untrlght. It may hif truly NIIIII jihiii iola rvMldence properly \* n<ii a driiK on tho market by any nieiaiis. The iMRKM banket boll I.'am will play a Konii* tomorrow ni|i;l |i;at i:is- more with the team theije. ; week end i wit Th.> J. die fanii at; the Oi Ibis nelK .1. V. ltd Mr. an' ROCKY POINT lAnna Stout) —Mailie and Casseus Stew- V to Paola and spent the their mother, who is t.ikinri treatjment.s of a' docto^r at til jit plate.- F. Hiisa and Charley Wln- ie.s spent Sundiay evening orge Stout home. I \ .Mis .M rtlnih Camp; who Is in school ! ai Fort s|<oil, .s'pent tjie week end at home. .Mrs., (|harlcH of Bine Moiiml w ila .VH .Iast Week with her sister, .Mr.H. f'linler iind fanrlly, 'rhreiili|iiii; li liboiii completed in iborhood. .Mr. Oiidfr and s ihreHlied laxl week. i| MrH. (ii!or|(i> Stiiiil and MiiiH, Clilnde :.ii <l ]\farHhall, took ."^iiiiiiay .ilaiiir with .Mr. and Mrs. htiilph ° II •i(y aiid all attended !ch:ircli di VN'orib; Kalrvlew In the ^.ifiernooi] IC-I . list v^" Cbarle cow al't whitcdmb purchased a ie (.Musoii sale .Monday. Mis? Olive Hackett spent the week encfewith home foIk.«? near Mildred.' • . i - ' Several of onr people attendcl . andi enjoyed the south .MethodiKt meeting that has been in progress at ETronaoh. f , ' ' , • Mr.-!. Guder and fiaaKhltr. M I.ina. helped .Aiina .Stmit quilt last Friday.. - jj^' .Mr. and .Mrs iCeoiiri- Fiizp.itrick spent Sunday ill Wicbiia visit in th»'ir son and *"it'i-, .\li. and .Mr . Wait.-i' Fil;:iialrlci.- Samit'-I Uoli'l-i.. villi, ii.ii IK ••••I employed al Hie Oiii.li l.'in'.'i r.Mi'f .No. 2, liliK rehf (.'iii .'(l an.I hi;-' ilio.- •! to his farm n .-iit" MnlliiTry. KaJi M. \V. ,(Hci )l )-.i (it ,iii<l fai/iily li.'iv" m /)vi -d from a faiiM Monfliw.' .i; oi' Kliimor.- to lli.-' r. ncc ;it ill KaHi {.iiicolit -ir .'i 't.. .lijc .oj; lilack- in '••(i)i<tnii>latiiir. a trip to falifohil.r. : ! With t!)e greatest line of New Spring Merchandise thib store has ever shown. We went toVtiarket with the other Cayot store buyerb and bok advantage of every price concession that quantity buying had to ofjer. '^jl^e results of our careful bujfing anH months of planning for this season can now be readily! noted in the elaborate dis^ ' ^lays of New Spring merchandise atl prices that ai*e surprisingly low! Cimf.s with ivhlfe or Maii. key I'lir IrliumingK. CJevfr TJalloreJ Twill Coatv. smtullj- inr trim- m«l. \ ' Haiidsoni^ Tnivel ('oats, furred or tailored. pi -wePdH, PIoWs, .HLxlnres hi newest rombinalionK. These .selections brinf; Coats I'OT every .. need. Chnrroing Mitins and kas. hatil for dress and semi- diM* wear. .Wo ^elk of varlons xports raaterlaN for daytime wear. $12.50 to $45 «JE<H«;KTTK ^He| |lade for Is of the Ne\VeM Paris .MoiFels iii'atintr row .Kprlni; with irajiressive def iimartness. >ewest for >(reet, ai'ieniooir i;fn|(>r:il wear,, in the hionaiile matermis l< rjnfCN tfial are tn lOjinlai* for spring. lis I $B.^0 to $35 iie^i ill, >aTy. Black [bile, >jo}h«r tiiiose. ISkiii, Hose. I'rtl- ,'reeir, iHliie. Extra Special Friday arid SlU ^^*day 25 Beautif D 1 COATS at Dres.s and Spori Coat.s All Silk L $35.0() Values Size.s It to 19—AH Now Sliadw textra Special Friday and Saturday ^5 Beautiful Coats I'oirot Sheens, Twills, Sport Coats, fur triinniin<,', I good linings. $18.00 VALUES I • Extra Special Friday and Saturday 15N(! vSpringDrJsses^ I ^SO Clever 1^ tyk.s, Fine Quality Flat^Crepie, .sizes Ifi - 12. Ro.se, Green. Tan and Blue. Fin Spel $3.00 COTTON BLANKETS j Quality, 72x80. in plain shades iQO iai per' pair «P -I^5.95 PART WOOL BLANKETS Na.«{hua made; size 72x80, ifineBt (gO i QX\ qua it.v, pretty pfc^ids .... «I J O %1/«/ Kprihg $17.50 Values c Ladies Mdfperized Hose In blacli in!d colors, fine quaiity " '--k (he jpair j| 29c 5Cc Children's Mercerized Ribbed Hose In black sjrd colors, a wondelful 0C|#» hose, special per pair V V/ Vbn Raaite Silk Gfpves '^e j neWest styles' for have arrived. 98c UP Silks B % .shipbient ot new printed silks, silk qnd cott )n crepes, rajnan silks and plain silks jast re-, ceived! PORE SILK HOSIERY $1 In.every new shade. Wilhnut quHtion hose for Ihemoney we have ever shown.} "feature, reinforced toe and heel and silk the finest Has run-stop to the top. New Spring Purses • Just received. $1.98 New| Percale Prints 17ie up Fast colors. ; New Sol.sette Prints in sun-fast, ^ub-fast— 2 jc up - . Lace Voile New Uce Checked Voile geric, new Pastel shide. . per yard—i for IJn- Sp«cial 29c See the New Collar and Ciifl" Sets For Spring. They are indeed beautiful. 69c" i 3-ib. qollon Batt S Stitched, bleached, op^ns out to 72x90. .Special 85c 20c Dress Ginghams NeW jipriiig Patterns, in d; inty checks/ plaltb? and plains. Si^cial 15c All Remnants M J Price New Curtain Nets al 25c \ (:Hn ,DREN 'S HATS frhe greatest liiie you ever sfiw^ Niew straWs and silks at $1.98 UP The Latest Creatioiis in New Spring Millinery $2.98 VP Blaek and White, \ew Cnish- ahle .SlraVs, all eolors.

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