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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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BAGEISTX lOlA DAILY i, 1 , CHAS. F. SCOTT Interod at the lola Postottlie ; Second riasH Mattdr. Witiphone i...l8l! tPHvale Brai.oh .'Ex<^hanKe ConiwctlriB 1 All Dejiartments) Official Paper City of lota.. Official Paper City of Bactett. Official Paper Allen County, ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By. Covrler IM lolni! Oan-City, Ljilfarpe IUIKI Ilnhii<-tt.' 1 Onf" WH'k ; 15 Cent* Onf Slontli TO CfnlH One Year , I..J7.80 BY MAIL Outalde Alien. Covnty Dne T 'fiir i Six Motrllm Thr^it MiinibB In Allen County Onn; Yi -jir ..; , Blx Moiitlii Tlir**- .\IoilliH One .M.Hiili i ..JB.OO .. J2.r.O ..*l .IiO ..ji .on ..12.**) . J . r .oc .1VHV LK.S.SKR \K>VSPAPER.S FAI .lI K. C. Times: A news ItPni yesterday invite.^ attention to a pfO- ce .sR that lias been jroing on rapidly, in fecent years—tlie weeding outi of the. lesser ' n|^'spapers. Thej item told of the absorption of the! jClevelnnd TlmeH. hy the Cleveland; Plain-Dealer. . • !rHgXQlJA.DAn.Y:JRgGI^TEa .,bA'^^ gVEIjimg;MARCH k. 1927. Fur ninny Itlje forenioHi rearrt the Ko'.ider wan newHpnper li^ Cleve- Member of— i • Natiohal Editorial Aitoclatlon, ; '• Kamat Pretk Attociation. J he Kanaaa Dally League, udlt Bureau of Circulation. Prens Conarett of this World.' Inland Dally Pr«»i Atnoclatiop^. ; ^MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS, ^ .TDK lli'Xii.liin'ijiilrlt H IIM' ,^M«.ll•).M .•••l Pt'i'Mii r<*i>oi I iliy. t |K-<-i]il U-:thft\ vyiVr, 'J'lH; A "H <)'lilli (I rrluM Is rxrtlilxlvuly >ii; tlil'ii t <i 111!' m^T 'ir n ii'il'iU.iil'wi .i -if iill tn-WM •llv|i.iiii-h'*.s ••ii 'clll '-il til It or III. I l.tlnTWN ./i I 'lT'.lll .-ll In llllH t'.'l(HT, niiil iili'j Ml.-I^ii-1] iicwH iMilill.«li'<1 li'in- . 111. All richlM DV tiMiiiI'll'-'itloiii <.f t-ri'- I , L.. . . Mill ilisini .-iirM h'ii'iii .in-jiN'iiVs.iv'i-iI. the e.slablish'-d papers. Hihir Tlauifilil for Todau.' ' i .-I J. , ! 'I In-, Kuril liiivi'lli Ilii- Kale.'; of Xilili -jnoii- ihiiu all ilic tlwclhiiKs of .1;!- coli. I'.sii.: .s7 :2. Innil. Theii,t^e Plain Dealer cartie lojlhu front. I The li-ader declined. Oie ownerH finally rt^iini'd to cariy the \(>»>i IdiiKe^-, and llie Plain Dealer .li;iil! it over. The Tlines WUH eslahljuhed to ijikij the Leader "i« pla<(*. Now |l liaH dJHappenred.j Tln' Hiinii- lllHiory ix lielns rttpent- I il MiroiiKhoi:! llu- roinitry. The' St.; l.oiil .M l{e |iiihlii'. jii'ier an ex- |Ki<'jii !• (if niiire thiiiii a eenimy. liiiiilly ncnl under iini 'l wav nierued Willi llic Clolie'IleniOcrat. The lleN .MoliieH Capi 'ul recellily Weill fo its .'(l!r ''e ;tnlll|f compelllor, 'lh>' Hesinler. .N '«w yoil< City IK xlriwn wllli Ilie wrecks of neWHpaiiiiiM that could n»l mainfiiin iheinKclvcK vaKiiiiixi The (ilohe, '(he .Mail anil Kxprens. the'Sun, thei iJlerald, .to menitoii only the most , con.spicuoiis, were taken over : hy (onipetifof: LKf.l.SI.ATOKS' SAI.AIUKS. riidti- Ilif h'l his iif III.'- Ciinslilll- ;ii|i.|.lil .ill l .s.'iM, nicliilier.'< i)f tli«- K:i!i>;i .A l..i?i:il:!iinv ran draiw (•nl.v il'.ii'.ii.r f.n-"- lcL'i:;Iailvi» ••••oi;- 'i:c> i.vlioily liiiows thai a man eait- iiot livi- ill 'I'liiicka on $.'!.<ifl'a day: .•\lld Ml a cllStoTU iii:d<r ttliiili t)i' Kecord a llie IJecor .Vpiiin.viiiili wa.s spent on'il' feci.; or were disi-onlinued. In Chii-.iJKo. Hie ciise of the old 1 Herald. I'oiuiuned as lleraldl became faiiion.s. el.\-; 2.' .tiiillion il<i|l:ir.>< fi (piii tlial newspaiM rfiially il was .sold' fur i a f-w hiiJidred llioii.s;ind dollar.s. the price of its .Associated I 'ress franchise., . ; Tile- reason for llieHe dereiop- lilents j <r (ilj:ilii.\ i:i noi Kcherally iin- derstood bv the public. al.lhouKh it l.s perferily familiar to publlHlier.s. has -Riown iiji j With the Kiowth of the servici', and fncreased cost ol produc- : I family pay tlll -J!J .»-elves KuL ^e of (i< of revenie newspaper in ally nieniliers of tiTeUyjii, Hii l.e^ishitiire eiiipliiy tlii-ir wives or | tjnn Kilice the war, iievv.spaper pub- cliiM,ifii as (leiUs or pase.^. HiUH • Tu alioii has become enorinou^v addiii!:; line or (iinresal.-iries in till" ix|)eiisive. The amoijnt roll, and tinn votfi';,..irilahle to tin.- Various sums under ilie ^ ciiy is liiiiiled. l-:ven in Kical in isla(^;e. telephone and ,|iis(rial" centers willi a telegraph expePHe. Tlils.year lliai lopulalioii, like Cleveland and SI. last Itein aini)nii(<sl t(i $l.'iii for the l,(,iiis. the po.s.silile revenue will Hcs .Hioii. aiid since few If finy of i >m|)|i,/i'i only one mornliii; p.iper. l!ie nil inliers .'iicnl .my nmre nuiney ' TJ,C' paper that (le.serves ihis rev- for pdslaKc, i,i|lejilion!nK or tele-^ enne KCIH it . Its rivalH Htarve. Kram .s iluiii ibii.v wiiiilil have dond; T!ie siicoessfnl paper IiecoineH th.e recoxni'/ed adverlJMlnR niediiiin. \\ tliK IJAV'S \K\VS.. I'lii- Hie iwenly-firsi cnii.seculive i .vear I'iof. CharlJs T. fopelaiid isj to be K>veii a I est inn in ia I liaiii |Ue; i in .New Vork City luniKlii by liar-i varfl 'alninni of llial city. "Copy.", CROSS CiiR 'itENTs (A. C. S.) as h" is fa \anl men iiesl-known iiersiin IdeiiHllei million i llie (CiiKli-'li departipint of vard I'niverslly, wln»re he • If lM<y bad been .-it boine, Hie ap- pii>lii':il!i,n is A'ii'lilally a douldinK ! of 111! i:- r.alari's,:.: Ol < nurse llie payroll iif the UCK-: i-^iatlti'- OIIKIH iiol to lie loiided^ dowil wlHi scDii-s of iiii-nceiled em-! People turn 10 It lo leurn what to biiy because they know it carries ali Hie •ndverllHinR worth while. The liifeijlor paper lanKiiiHheH until Hie owners lire oC maliinn up th |l<>yi,c^,;,'Kl eiiually (if course niem-i!,l ,.n ,.|t. 'rbeit It noes loiihe wall. liers iillKllI IK.I to vole tllelllsel VCSI nii.ney In piiy for pes _lii);i' Uiev do|| i •lint use or ti lef;iaiiis lliey dn |!(itl\ pond or telephone c.-ill .H they do iioi' JlKilvV. ' I' ' ; Hut.' what else can lie expected! The late (if Hie, Cleveland Tim i simply an illustration of a uiii '•;s:il lelideiicy. niliarly known In liar- ilie world over, is the with llar- liidds loial lii «h the IloylsUiii profe |H (n'slil|i of rlie- toric and oratory.; Priiressor Copeland Krew lip In (!'alai^j. .Maine, w:is Kradiiaied from lln school ami then enti In ISflU he became as^'incla^cll with the depailnieiit of lOn'KlisIl at tli'<- iinivrsiiy and ill liiin was made an cordiiijfi I declares . What .the iwiiild needs is Inn.yer' and Wore liixnrlnus. wUl«ker^'. ac-• II a.N'e.v York pasinr «ho| that beards wir-- niii-e', syinbids of rlKliteoiisiiess and sue-J I ts.s. Soiiiub like ".Sell more .Simp" ! I .•'.ilverilstnj! to us. .Mell who IIM d In'j bey .soup for their wlilskeri now,, liedjtah-ard.l HpeakiUK -if viii.h-w.. he.iid wniiipered ;it a piiiilic n HUK ve-j''^''"- eciitty liiiii Hu - • • •• ''"^ " reiison .loliii Ileii- liecause be has ! II Hii y are iiai'l'les>, salary liiaii; 'a day laliorer woiild scnin'.' Oiie; nieniber put il this way: "I cameij up here ifully nitendiiiK to vote aijaiiisi ail these .steals:,Imi 1 have been starveil into submission!" Anil as a matter Of fact the iienpfe of tlie Si.ate liavc cnnie to C(in(!<)ae wli.il uniUr (it)ier lircuiiist.iiici s Hiey w because ili{>y reco: The Kami .lournaldi; Philadel phin has hit upon the nni(|iie ide: of askiiiK the farmers theinselve.s. instead of seir-a|i])oiute(I spokesmen for the farmers, what lb(>y tliiiik .about the .McXary-IIangeii Ivill and the Coolidjjc Veto.- and np Id Hiis time the' straw vote thus l.'ken siio'ws returns about two to one afiainst tlie bill and for tb( is even derson (-airi Hini; is aHsoiiiili- iii -ofe.ssor. Previously hi),, ii:,lr-lip. had ntlniiled a lli«li replttatioti a^-| « . . .an essayisl, and.; more espeelally. a reader or iuterpreler of literature, lie lia.s edited the letters of],j..,.^ ^|,j„j. n w„uld do a lot j -jThomas Carlylc to his ynnnReri.sis-[ .,,„(.ij „ra„, n,,. divorce evil, ler. and has wrilleii a life of Kd- « * • a win Uoolh. .It would bidp Hie liKarette bidd. r lilisiiicbs'. too. •A>M AL KEPOKT OF Toiv ^SiUP . TKKAStRtk ) —ot Geneva Towiislnp, at ;elose of business, December SI. 192fl: • To the Board of County ( omniisr sicners of .Mien County, State of Kansas: JH»iliutsenien(«. ' Fidirnary a • .lack Smith,.draKKhiK road $ D. II. Splcer, road' supplies. Homer Wallace. 4lraR road .j. 1.. n. !Jarn(Ml. dian road. Clirilord Kelley, iraK road.';.^ .\I. A. lluiinian. dfa.i: road , Kd Kitzii.Ttrick, money ad-'' vanced Ceo. Mabie. l.lbiir ; '. .lay Mall, board iiK-etinK Kd Kltzpalrick. iKiard meel 'n F. P. Ilees. board nieelili'^ • February l! Klrst .Viii'l ll.ink. iiayni"ni on warrant lAnit. nl warriin) So. i;;!t, .•'ii'.'iii.tMi) March ir, Ii >!a llaily Id ^isirr, printUiR statemeiii ; .r.-ick Smitli. (IraK ro.-id K. P. K'ls. diat road .lay riali. hoard nieetin); . Kd Kllzpairlik. Iinar/J ilieet'j; P. P. Ileei, liiiard :M '(eHnK : .May Idi .S'epbeii'son Oil COr, :easolille 'Wehl>'•r Imp. K: AuKf (Vi.. oil Pay Tnwnsind.- lal>or;' Prank .Siek.'i.-labor , itoy ; Towns.-nil. labor. ; i?. II. Townsf-nd. overseeina ; , ;inil iaimr !.*. It. Townsehd. draiiKiiiK.. U;. \V. Peeisni'i. iir,i.u.uiliK .F. P. Ivees. dra.t;uinj; .\. :Ta!ley. lalior . j .Iay llall. board mee'tiim- Kd l-'it/l>:ilric'i. Imai.! luee'";; iF. I*. Kee.<. Iii.ard meeliiiK.. j.I Illy SC— ' . ; .Miord Franze. lalini j _ j.lack Smith, labor ; ' - ... jlloni'r Wa'.lace. dracsin.i:... I). Panielt, 'dra>;ninK .?.I :illie. llVCISeeili;< aiid ' leani work ..... ;J;iek Sinitli. ilrap^inr ' ; '. S. I{. Towns.-nd. overseeine: 4.7 .1 111.60 I .^4.12 i li '.:;7 11.2.5 ii.T.') l.srt.sii I »2 .i)n I :!..-,o I T.tiO I :i .iin •^.•^r, . iM> \ •.'..-,0 .•:,.-,<»; :!..*,u in.Sf, r.l I THE TAOPOI^S AND TH£ Dear Puswy CV>nsIn. • - WlK -n I Went down to Jhe poi^d tills iiiiirnin^, grandfather fr<>i; wasi liltinK on il rfK.lc. lie had ealUtl III of the litt!- tndpnlei* up out .of ;jie water. ".Now TaddteK," be luild. "listen to t ;ran (lfatber. I am eoini; til niHke ypu (iio Junior nienibers of the anti-niosaiiilu wielely. ThU tunencj." «ald <;randfalher FroK. See, our tonj:i!e Is Uuns In the. frt>ut iif the mnutlt. Insleiiil of Inthe biek., jt hits a little hinee wbk-h T|K. . Stleky Inaeet tonEui MOSQLlTttES let* It f^v out of I lie mouth, nd of U is coriil wllb a nubstnuec wlilili holds' nny • Ti. euteli It \h' diirt the out «l it. We ore a ifrmit help l6 thU World in keeping dowu li .'iO 1;" ,s .no, 1.12 1 tl.oO -•1.7.5 ! ?,.r,o I ::.:'ii :;.riii :;ii..r,o •i.iir. :: ij'ii 17. L'. and , be Jiiauia. It the itiseifs whitli make iieople's lives miserable." • ••Su\\ you little taddles? will lose ' your tills in a day or two. ThenW* will soon lose your.tailaj jou caii hop out-of lh& water and • t'jiifiior cla.ss of you tadkx)le» is now oxpeeted to take np its life work, yon are no longer helpless little fish. You Juk like your papa abd eiteU is time you big tad|)ul«s i showed lir and l .ibnr Mrs. !r ;ulleir .s Iteni.s lit; Cli .yl es of lloKanport. liid.,'Prank Maliie. lalior i._ ievi'ii boys ami one .t;irl. lle'O. W. l*ier-;iiii, ilia.uyiiif; ' on lii'llic rik'e a mile from ' VI. 'ii. bon4lil sevi^ral achers ,ol i ( llraill.-.v. ilraf^nins; Kelley. (Ii-a^^'in.:; lielji the f^ogs of this pond to clear It of mosiiuitoes."' "What are nios(]uitoes. grandpa?" said the little tadpole that came up out of the wcter. Grandfather frog then told thein It^dw the mosijultoes formed. They lay tlieir eggs' which hatctf out as larvae. These live in the. water until they are old enough to come to the surfaee in their littli; shell boat and fly out as full grown mos- quitoeiJ. Sow that yon know all about mosiiiiliees. I am going to show yon liow to (»t(Ji them with your Willi Timber on it and fixed li <i rle.<s Oil.Co.. (;.as and oil (gs andjiball Kriiiind and s .uid Allord Franz-. l :iiior . , and .-1 tent. rlii'.\ iilayi il II.I.M K . .Siniiiiniis. il ,-aK :t '.in^' • morning'until eaviiiiii;. The. '<'. C. .MiCarty .V- Son, lilack- ail liy| ilieiii.-iilve-; diily when! Miiitliiii!' , eil ^'if-^i.^ and li:s' wile idiild j l». Mairieii. draugiUK i liey WIT mil lialf Hie i rnliet ; bda hally Ue «lsl .-r. prinlin}:; wer when 'liev liv^-din Town! Wariaiii bdoks wer lieallhii 'i-. 1 visiieil iliem i .Siephi n>-iiii Oil Cn.. nil ami ear iiew 11 (11111' aiiif's ;iy, it v.asL r.as ., . j I loiiier Wallace, labnr and roHiy GnlliltJ 'itay d mit oil diauRin;; rnad , 1 a .\hiiiilav ion aecnmii nf ai''- il!l !l>i :.nl, labor ir ..!.i 2iJ.!fil l .-ln I^I .L '.'ii ihK and view road _ L'L '..1n P- i;'. Ki.es. hoard meeting iii.i'. : and linoks ... people mos<initoes. Jast as grandiia you. Then Mr. .Mosqaito willniit have a "chance ttt bite ihft jiif this town and make them uncomfortable." "We frogs Will soon rid this pond of all the miis (]uito (!S. The ibop toads And tlie tree toads ar>. going to helD on land. . You p-emeniber I wrote .vcu about the nntl-mos«iiilto society • whlth was formed 'by tlie hop ti >iids. the tree toads and the frog.s to rid this town olf mosqnitoes. Now that the junior jsociety bus been formed ,yoa and Aont Polly can comedo - visit us -'next summer and you ~will not sM a mosquitcl. Goi^dnisht. | I CHUM. 7.UU ,s.r.o I sill I 'I'dlal (Ii.-Ilin .seiiieiit .s 21 .11(1 • . - . , : IJec'il fiom Co. Treas i; fill l'"ll 'Fax collected . . j I Hal. carri.d lorM (P'2.''.) ,*f .i'r I 1,1.11.2:: ir.,ir>i.t (7 2 .ii: *.'-..ii ;o .i;! I,I,M.2.'! throat' W.' iisiii Personally, we're siiniiuly In favor or longer and funnier whis- Dr. epHc ILinamcilt and slii .-il lii.dl Hie next day. II. .Mr.j Scli "iiil. wild li;i:; !i •(•n ;:Iirkiiig fnrj .Mr. Tre.idway. we.hear IniM con td Work iin the rimd. Will. I,. |l). .Iiihuston. the new I speaker of Hsker .lolinsoirs home. Is ill Ini; fine and Osker leel.-, like he his two! Iiosses. 1.. II. and the .Missi;is. Soi he will have lii' walk SPRING VALLEY (H. F. Ml W.I Waller Stafford: thresliPil kafir corn for John Hoffman on Friday of last week: also-for llennie Il:id- Imk on Saturday 6f last week .-iiid .1. I), .lackson shoUedcoru im .Monday of Hi is weckl i We are ;;1ad to know ^Ir. I.aslics- will aga'n in-cupy tiie Orvil Hdle- nian faim for Hie ensuing year as straight, and ^iiay suns olliiil mam The ef fei t of noises iiii Hie ncrv-.; of a girl steiidgr.ipiier was icstei! by sci.-iitlsfs. >;ow tiiey nii};lit try te.stiug the effect iif the |icrfiime Hi til St I 'they are fine iieniile and a goo;! aid bii'lorly • condemn, 'just Kansas the vote is even j ;kind to have in Hie neiglihorliood. they recosnize the fact [•''''•°°R''''jTbe politicians ! Kenneth -Ilngersfs have moved thai the members of the Legisla-p^''" exiiette,! an uprising and a tare (iriiiiiarily iire men means ail.I (-aiinot ! afl<i:il lo lose !i"f Presidenfs Veto obvipnsly the' ilille'ieiue l!ietween :what the i!'""''""« applied their ear to the to-the Dietrick farm east of Hron- 1. „ .. , ,, |!=on and -\nstin tloleman's have of small I '•cvolt in the Middle.West because ,„„v,.ri i„;,i,p fariii that Kenneth :;nf " • s Hiein . ami what ists wl'iilt? servinc their the Sl.lte Ji.' livin.L; . Slate. Il mav jlie answered that meiiiherK knew !what thii .w .is wljeii they liecanw for Hie office, iliat iidbddy forced thiMi; ID take' the job. and having askeil r.:r il tlie.« (luplit to pay the penally of h.ilding il. Hut that is really Mil, .-iii .s'wer. These men aie (decieil 111 serve (he Slate and they oil!;!!l Id be paid :i dec"nl .«alar.v •wliile ili.iiiu it. :U" Ibey were pai.l $.'iiM) lor i !ie M 's .i^ion it is entirely possible that liislier grade men ;^ras.s riiots., 'occupied. • Ceorge and .lim! Sisson shelled corn last Satunrav. .Mr. Fursmaii 1 did the. shelling. \yea!'V! on the nerv'cs of her him urila.v' al Campbell Hill in Pron- son. Some very helpful siigges- liiins were given in regard to care and fifeding Hie flock. IIn\yard WiJIitts has a fine new snddlii and sa.vs any of tlie girl.s that want, to learn horseback riding can'use Hie saddle an.v time. .Mr. .Higelow's have moved from the Honnus fiirnv lo a farm iiorili of .Mor^n anil a Jlr. Robisoii' is ;^trap." aigh.'ei example for line We called up Id [se( Register. ' ' .\'dl have we qui W(<m: 11. Dr.! Cddk and .'••'tire is i ii-:s jiir Indi general agcii|t e wish Hleni success I brinu many Imm < ufi thear lidiiie. P.iit the > 'llie said "Don't fiirgi't i Oil is whin t 111 .V iie( il j thim (lU'i! liitl set iho them Id walk hy. are. We liave been if We bail (|ii!l Hie dn yoiir tin lyiie arc a Iniisy I'liiks •'>'• ltnii.-h.,'laiinr . . . .stall- T. ltdiisb. labnr !i'. liiMisli. lalinr ; .. K. Deiiniy. labnr I-;. Fi;/paii ieli. Iioard. meet- in;', and view road . .lay Hall, ^uiiiie j F. P, Kees. same .. , . Octdhi r 12 .1. D, .\daiiis Cd.. Second pay- II! '111 iin gradi'r II. Wallace, di.ig road- -),. 11. Hiiinett. drai; road.- Frank .Ma'iie. lalinr Jac!: .Sii:ii!:, (ir;ii; road.. K. Simmon.-, .iliaj: road ... <;ien Sniitii. drac niad. ifieii.MaSiie, t. am work .... 1 W. G. Pier-on. drau road- ^ imi.llil i "i'^'""'^'^""''"'' i.''i.iiii i Ilalance on band Decemlier :H. i!i2i; . , . -: -i; Paid warrant .No. 12 . . . Paid Interest on.Warrant .No. 12 - . . . IIJ.OO Advanced liv Treas. S7.I0 KD FITZPATUICK. Treasurer. I.Mili 11.iiji r,.m ii.ri 11 7ux.!m 7.'.ii.iJil F'nssfiiir Old, f ROM COLONY 01' .Inlla Anno. iK, Years and Aeihe in ( nrren( .1 .'5 .11' l(;:iii. T'lipin. C.niva Cemc-. i ' lery f".nil - ... .M. Tioiiiwiiie. e.-irii nter . . S. Ilcslnp. laii.ir Kd Towiisepd. lalior . - l;ist week.lpaiil Klein Kbr. Co.. ilo sks. hiiisy man taking or-I I ,-i.i.ii-iil . - ni car'is. Dr. Cook ia r)'. !;. l-^iiannon. nails.. Imt will be sent to N.d.-hn Falls I,l>r. Co., Inin- .Siil.scribed and sworn to before fiiiS--ill!""'• day of .Marcli. I!i27. r^iOi V,'. D. CKAKK. ..^•j,,! (Seal I County Clerk. :M.2.'> ;t .oo l:t:s;j 2;!.US .",11. nil •IS. US CHERRY GROVE I .Mrs. l,ewis Hartnian.) .Mar. 2.—.Mr. and Mrs. Afvia Ca- i and fam jiorls rli In their Patt! D. Aunlrs |{e>. Mr. Knox • o 'Coni'eivhee. .Mr W. K. I'ayldiH {•Ol.ONV, .Mar. 2. Ilev. and Mrs. C. .I.-Kiiox d'nive In Tiipeka .Mini- iieiiil iln- I'kisiern- Kaiisiiiii collfH'en'ee of Hie .Metlliidisl clllircli. •II "essliiii till re this week. .Miss \|aiii|e Frances returned Sniiilay i veniiig frniu a short visit witli licii sister. .Mrs.. Fred Diinlap ly at Hiimbdldt. She re' Diinlaps getting settled new home .'iml .Mrs,| Dunlap imprhving in health. .Mr. anjrl .Mrs. Frank Dentcii and Mr; and ['.Mrs. c'baii ,Deiiton drove j to Wichita S.iturda.v tor a vi.^itjE with their sis'er and daagbter. .Miiis •nton. music supervisor• in lion. Klva ami Howi'ird spent Sun-'i""" .iiminr biah s< lionl there. They . bat we was 'Ilia: Oklalyiina .<;ohn.' j | )„,,. .'^nin of the preftiesf dogs jve ever j W!;ii< Bitterness sarca.sm. biting satire. II these Jtiiunts, gibeH. flings, irony, ridicule, salary'iacid jests— these are .Ilin Ueed's candidates I trade. He "assails" the other senators, he impugns their nuitives. he "storms anil rage.s." ill! tears down, never builds. This is bis constant and regular role. .Never kind,'never liiijllow. iu?ver ennslrierale of ihe other fellow or ,isyinp .ilheilc willi his desireH. Ueed jifi .iil .ts his Way Ihrougll |iilblic life 'jwIHi tooth and fang and claw, ll'll Dorado Times. That is a very fair characterization of the man front .Missouri. And would beeiime i aiidldntes. jiinl piib-|!"'e people of llie I'niled Stalt-s dn lie jeiiiiment certaii ly would bold ji""' choose ibeir Presideiils fmni theni 10 a siriitef ac ounlaWllty in ;;""'" "f 'bis type, the mailer nf k piilg the leuisla- new. huoving (into the farm vacated by tho-; 'Lelan'd Hetry iilstallert a radio tor .Asa Dugan which are very much enjoying. Clyde C.uffey shipped a car of' (laltle to Kansas <!'ity on Momlay of tills week. I . . P. F. Low, Ed nra (3ford and Del-1 siuc.e nidving iiway from there six- bert'Sis.Son .sold sohie cjillle to .Mr,.'teen years ago. hvlp bijn his i-.ir/\ We think oiir President, Calvin s:nv they v,as d-,ii II W- Ii.-d^. il'iig t|licai ivcr in lielong i'atturd.'j.v. and r a chaise, receiv and Hi<ar -Mr, Pirielow. I Mr. Iloblsoii cnnies from alfarm isonth of Bronson. n. F .j Lowland wife. Pay and Riley attended .Sunday school at ' Klsmore. last .'Sunday, the fir.*t lime Mi, b( Ma .a litti week. m:lte Iter !.!,<(• .she Hiniiglit. a .Aliinday, liie liridi late than iievi'r wi- was ' sup- 1 Sliisshc I house it wa'^ did not Wo nnders h-is 11 lUglil • Oif^nv ,o bHp h.ni lis ca .; We think oiir President, Calvin ^. ,"7 f rhej were .shilrpeil froVi Hayard. foolidg,, has scored again bv veto- |„. I a.v l,,.tt- an Carl Guffey helped iu^ Hie farm relief bill. What do • „'l!ctM i i Cl.vd.- dr;ye Hiem to Hie statbin. i .v.iii think? ! . Severa.l'from tliis cofinmnnily at- j Jeiided the lecture !on iilie care of! : To her last cli- r's father boimlil] (log ami it Died a heuty. Imt Hie agrJ-e wiHi il. _ and Dr. Allenbiugli roper'.v in Lallarin kcd .TUd has a gi.-nd many '.varm iri.-nds. poll I try and liabv chicks. last 1 .- lephoneiyonr Classified Ads I —For prompt re.siills trias.vifjied Coliimns. nso .the live p.iynill within Ijo Stmillin;- Hie leiiijencv inds :iiid re-^ In neimti 111. If Hi.' I :nveriiment should iiiidei- taki 1.1 enhirii! fijriii inarkeliiig. as It wdiilil iiiiilii the .Mc.Nary-H.iugeii bill, dlividiislv il iniisi lolili ^dl pro- din linn, jf li.e iilan'.iK Id wdik, a-'. Hie Kansas'niy I S!:u- .pnllils out. (IIIKI is., {hi- sliinulu.'t from higher pri.es Wdiihl Ipilc: tip the siM'- j lihis. iijilil til.' i ei|iiulizatinii fej-t would 'at iiji the jirdfils. How ; would Kansas farmeni like lo have' Home lioaril at Washlilgtoii herdiiit: tiiem up like a lot! ofchildren anil telling jthem boxy many acres cif corn or wlieat they should jdant or how many pigs lliey should,grow! i • A kindly and consideral(> legis- ilalure has hiked Ihe wages paid i convicts for labor in thi" peiiilen- jliary a iiiiarier of a cent it day ininging thiiii ii|i t .i Ihe niiinifi- (elll-.IOI .il df ( len'lH. Voil llliglll i'rfl 'cl on llial. sonny! Il iiia.i' be. a .good ileal easier, tlian work to bre.-ri; !iito a bouse and xleal some- Ibin";; ymi. can sell fol' as much lilniiey as you could earn In n week or even in a month. Hut how alxinl ing caught and then having to Work for 4 ceiits a day for l."> yeari;'/ : Ft. Scott Tribune: When Henry Ford cnmpktes his conquest of the liroblem of human food and we all go 10 eating syiiHieiic .stuff in the lorm of oatmeal cookies: when the farmer can !iio his year's work in S a dav ami will have nothing to do j It appears that there is giiing- to Aio anoiliiir "rhiverfity .-Vfloat" ne^'t year, despite this paper's pre-[ dicli-n to the contrary.- Rut it is j of tho time but drive his Ford, then will ijie world go to hell in a hanging, basket: and contrary. • rather interesting and significant | lo,note Jlial it «'ill:ifiive an entirely new faculty. Thci lionrir of heading llial faculty will go tiO a Kansas man. T. W. Rutcher, ly^w president of the S'ate Teachers College at Kniporia who will; he given year's le.nve of absence for the pur- poBc. .Anotlier" Kulisas man also the devil will come t(j he identified in the person of For<'.. win he. on the factili.v.R. It. Price, Ot tlio State Agri :put no j girls necjd ultural apply!. College. Th(? I'fiiled States army •was ajciilled upon during the last hours of fh<} Senate filibuster. However, ij wa.^ not ifl fight or to keep, the IM -acij but merely in furnish blankets J 'oi tbcjlired and sleepy Sena- tiirs. and A- Tidd. cement. [Town Hie other •'la.y. [Frank Sicka. lalinr ... d mad people and il!C!iris .leason, labor the bdvs wiriO. !*.. T:i!ley, lahor . |.\. A. Harris; lahor . il a lei'er fidiii Fort;t% Roiish. lahor was Id he a wed-r'"- Ko'i>!>. la'.inr S, I; Tnwnsind..overst>eing and team work.... li;.la Daily Iti .lister, printing ! I'dll .Tax hn(,-ks . Mv.-. Cliri^ia. gravel . _ jHed. .Mahie. leam work C. .M. llir.l. Iila.ksniithing... Kil Fiizpalriik. biiard meei'g .lay ilali, hoard "lueeiing and iiffici.-il business F. P. p! e.-. haai'd meeting and viv 'W niail' . •. .Margrei Cnriey. C.eiieva Cemetery fund . . " . Trotilwine. Carpenter I'ln.etery fund . .sovemlier l."> .\. .M. li.iumaii. drag road 'l';iiil Kb-in l.iiinb.-r iCo.. so I -acks- 11 iiieni .! .\. ;i, Harri.^dii. I.-am wmk C. Itousll. labnr . . T. Itoiisli.' labor l^.,y Tnv, n.-ei|il, lalior i; IV 'I'l.v.)!• end. labor c. P. Talley, jaliiir i:. T .Ax nseiiil, labor team Work .N, ill. 11. h, liiiiiier K. II. U'illey. liiiiilier I!, .Miirry. liimher • T. P.. Sliaiinnii, ilynamile, caps . D. ilall, I 'liiii wiirk, labor Glcn Smiili. drag, road— F. 1.. Klinwlliin, gasoline .Ved.^lin Falls liiinilier Co., liimhir . Kd Townsi-ml. Pibor . S. lleslop. leam work .lay Hall, board meeting'and ' road v>f,rk - . . Kd Fitzpairjck. board meet'g F. P. Ilees. board meeting.- l)e(etnbcr :!I S. R. Tow-n.-^end, overseeing :.nil lalKir .' ,\, H. Harrison.: labor C. Uoush. lalwir' O. I!. Foley, labor . . H. A. .McDaniels. labor T. Koush. labor Ray Townsend, lalior jjoy Townsend. lalior . j). D. Spicer. road snpplies- fi. Perkins, hall rent 'for ; election. labor ^ , K. Simmons, ilr.ig road(;'. Kelli-y. drag road .i. Smith, drag road C. Barneit. drag road Hari-y (iifford. labor 1 H. Huntwork. labor Geo. Mabie. overseeing and teani work : .lay liiill. board meeting and view road Bd Fiupatricfc, tx>ar<l meet' r.ii fis .i,',! liS.12 :!ii,oi> l.i.llO SII.OO 2.4.-. I:!.5:; i 17.0") i::.7.-. 7,.In 7.5(1 ."..mi :'.7-. : ri.iin 4::.aa 4.25 2.i»^ 7:!.ni» •• 2.1.-. • S.ati ]r..m( I 7.00; 7 t.i;2 12.110 .')i;.oii 22 ,.-.i) !.s.7.-. 12..-,o v.ir, i7.r,i) .'tS .IIII .•:.mi 11..2: ic. 2&.011 12." . 5,2.-. 10,.-.l! lO.BS .''.7..-.11 ld,2o :JI..-.0 ?,.:,() .SS.15 22.110 l:!.7.^ HM i7.on 13,2 .T 27.25 :S.7.=) 11.40 S.OO 1.J.20 21.75 H,.25 1S.75 3.75 • 2:!,73 loiaO returneii .Miss 1 wifli. herl and fa mi Harry i liad been I av.av ..Mo ;sas City •. t wo mon .l:.]:i! Cox MIS. KI ill Vo:- til if not in Anno -waij l.s:{2, mak^ five year.'j, Kansas w nois abdjitj her hn.siid early d.-iy.-and her Anno. wh( !iut fiuit i home and and has o! in this seij rctaini-d h and affairtj last generiil lime K!I women (lay at David Cations. .Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Black, Eva and Dewey Smith called at Andrew Lathrom's Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Thoriihill and family Called at Gran Adams's TueKday«eveniiig, . ' < Ruih Caney spent Sunday nlghx Willi Frances Myers. j .Mr. and .Mrs. Everf>tt Wrestler and family visited at Gedrgc Osborn's Sunday. .Mrs. Kd Ronsick. Betty Ann and |.'"••^ '> .Ilniinie sji'iit Tliursday afternoon with .Mrs: Alvia Cation. .Air. .iiiil .Mrs. .lohn Wilhite were caller* al (Iran Adams's Sunday aftermion. Stella • .Mae Oxender is visiting at Swartz, .'\lo. .Mr.-4. Relle .-\dams and Lonnie called on tllenn Adams Saturday .Morning. Sun<!lay afternoon callers at Arthur .Myer.s were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Shears and bab.v, .Mr. and -Mrs. ytndolph Shears and children and' .Mr. and .Mrs. ,lini Bjack, Kva aiid Dewey hmilh. .Mr. and .VIrs; Cation, Elva and ^ I p.,' Howard siieni Friday evening with ' ' i .Mr. and .Mrs. (Memi Adams. , -Mr. and .Mrs. "3. Will Adams spifnt Friday- evening at (Jran Adanis's. .Mr, ami-.Mrs. .lim Adams spent Sunday at the home of Glenn .Adunis. .Mr, and Mrs, Arthur Myers and •Karl visited at the Oran Adams lidiiie Tuesday niiirning.' .Mr. and .Mrs. .Moss and family iif liiwa have moved onto the. Slriiehing farm". .Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rushlon and .Mrs. lirewer of Cliiiiiiite visited al ' Ijcwi.s llartinan';s Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Petlit, .Mr. :iiid .Mrs. George JVttit and George Hamilton were Katurday evening callers at the Gli^nh Adatns home, .Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Balrd and family have moved to the farm where Henry King's lived Two of the Hiildren; have been sick with tlie nieaples, but- are better.; now. , ' Report for Cherry Grove school for the sixth montli, ending February, 25. Niimber ejirolled. 15: number neither absent nor tardy; 10; per cent of attendance. 95. Those having perfect spelling lessons for the month are Elva Cation. Frances Myers, Leona Hufferd, Guy Spencer, Ruth Carey and .Alta. Lathrom. A pie supper was given Thursday night. February 24, at Cherry fJrove. The Carlyl? orchestra gave the .program. The total proceeds were $21.25. Lula Htifferd received lihe scapf for the- prettiest girl, audi Arthur Meyers received the luck,y number for the angel food cake. Cuy Spencer has been absent from school this week. , The spelling contest between the Fords an (J\ the Lincoln's was completed last week, the Fords be-, , .„ ing well in the lead. They are I I R^r.MJ* PA^^P-Oi, planning for a pdrty tt> be given by the Lincoln's ftoon. b.ome Suiidav <;vening. ernice Christian, teacher of Kngliih in rlie Colony high schdiil. made an over'Sunday visit brother. Carey Chastain • in liila. JDepoe of Lone Elm. ^^^IO. il! for some iinie. passed! ; 'a. av'i 1MS funeral occurred \\|eiliicsday. iils de:ith occurred aliPetbauv laisjiii.-il \n Kan- an'l~liii wile died about hs agn. Relatives here •ntiicr-in-law. H. C. Sniail y: iiis nie:^e. .Mrs. Lloyd Nickels ahd hiishami ami -a cousin. aii'l family. ; ;• .Nickels has heel/ (luite pasr >voek. •, The death of .Mrs. .Inli.t Anmi -ic- curred .Monday evening, at her and one-half miles .west of lowi! ahd her [la^-^siii^ iakes the oldest jier.son in this commiinit.v, tJie entire county. .Mrs. born on FebriKiry 29, ng her age just niiiety- .Mis. Anno came lojy th her fam:ly, from llli- fdrty-five years ago and lid anil a SUM died in here !; ;•;-M.^'r Mrs. .Anno daa^llte:. shy.- Knima w;;s ''iii;!;!.'!!';- a t.-aclier. lal i^Mifi .s'sidii to stay al •are II.T her a^ed ninlber., e of the fine dairy herds linn. .Mrs. .\iiiio always •r interest in her friends of Hie (diiimuiiilj. The leclion was the first bad iiii.ssed vol ing since wei-e granted ilie frpiicjiise ry recently .she the pajiers and lids {gathered at the iidiiie ri'liursday afteriidon for ii funeral service, cniidueted by Ilev. C. .1., l\iiiix nf Hie Coliitiy MethodlHl (diiircli and Hie niorial body, wbicii had served the iudpm-" itabli! spiri : of tliis exceJIenI wimj- aii' i(ir ne: r'y a century of time, w'aa laid to re.st in the Cninny cwiie- tery by ths side of-tbe departed ories of her famil.v, while her spirit has tied avay to those realms beyond Ihe stars, where immortal sdiils afe always yniin.g. .Miss .AnnO; has the pri found sympathy of her friends.: wi :h this passing on of her aged mother, who,has for long been her ccnstant care. lo vote. l.'iiHI Very w .'Oi able o read tl enjoy tlieiii. Friend —Telfephqne your Classified Ads to 18. : UM Reglater Waau tor reialU; PIII«laB *4uid ( . M«Ckcr. Bar « . lURdlatlK ItlBhiiiig Pil66 featantlr Relieved and to Curt or Proi PAZO •(tacbnwnt ai leoa cored by aiK INTMBNT. ItSt^jga Heali and i« ftaarilatel ofItebins.Blli>d.BjMUoK Pile., -An DmaiASKie PAZO OINTi)ENT in tubn with pit. pipe Tic: and in tin bos at.fOc.

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