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MIsK Flossie iSaVage Hpent Sun<Jpy with trlends In ParHons. Kil Cramer and " family ; liavc liiov«(l from South: Kentucky KUTCI to 117 South Ohio strt'ct. -For Sale Or' Italic: Small' noiKhborhood grocer* business. Henderson Realty Co.. 1 Mr. and^ Mrs. Frank NoRle of <;a!> ^<|H •nt yesterday .Willi .Mr. and .Mrc. Karris Frascr. Mr. and Mrs. .Tohn Hildcl)rant K|icnt Sunday witli .Mr. and .Mrs. •Will -McC^Ilahan of Homl)oldt. • —Seven varieties strawberry plants. horoughbred •oopcr.' Progressive P7I>, 5 other \'jarfcties. In- siiettiou No. A12'J9. .1^ M. Warford Nursery. lo:5 Nortli ^^o^rth street, i'honc p37. . Mr. and .Mr.-j. Pjiul HaucrsfiJd of Yates Center were guests ve.ster- d:iy of Mr. and .Mrs. W.' F. Alter- man. ' . Mrs. Minnie Ann.s.tron^ wa"; tli" 'guest of friends pn Yatos Center yesterday. j. L~ —If you want 'a loan on your .*Aome at a low rate of interest and wish to avoid monthly payments, see Stewart & Funk. Ze\a VanHobzer, daughter of Mr ni;d .Mr.<-. F. Ti V^nHoozer. is ill at h 'T home. 224! South Walnut street, .with the measles. Zcta is a .•student al M'ashinglon school. » I . — • • I .1, n. Stadler, chief chemist at fjie Lehigh Portland, left t^day on a business trip to . :.Ma.son City. Ibwa. — .lust, received a car of Ifed Uiver Ohio Seed Potiit(i«s. Tlie jiriio is right:'gel yoiirs now. llMjThes Grocejy. north side square. Phone .'.UG-yOT. Bett.v (Jrant.ot 2lt!t Soiilli Slate street, spent l4i<| week end with liiM" sister. Mrs.! laiues .Vnilci'son of Yiiti's I Center. ; f— |)ii>; Wilkinson, who has been vlHltliig his Militur, .Mrs. C. Nigh iind family near Redfield, Kaus.. was a visitor in l(da toda.v cMroiitt' III his liome in Howard, Kaiis. Mr. iiiiil .Mr.s. .Nigli accompanied liini over to the trairt. Fulierlal of .Vaxine I Chambers. The funeral at Maxine Chambers was held at the First Methodist church this afternoon! at 3 o'clock, conducted by the Hey. C. I. Coldsmith. Maxinc's little schoolmates from flarfield school i attended tlu: service in a boijy. j Burial wa$ made in Highland ceineiery. —Dr. A. B. Twa ^ell. Oat«op«ui New Globe Bldg.. Pjbone 191. .Mrs, Gladys Di.von and children. William and .loseph. who have been Vi.iiting in. the home of .Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Harold, i returntil to their home iij Chaniite today. Mrs. Terrill Honn and .Mrs. Clarence Turner of Pittsburg, Kans., were guests over Sunday <if -Mr. and .Mrs. Clyde Cordoii. ' —For Kent: Light, airy office rooms, well located. Henderson Ileal ty Co; Mr. and .Mrs. Kdwin Meador were l^uests of Mr. and .Mrs. C. A. Anderson Sunday. ; .Mrs. .1. C. Lung of.Custer, Okla., will spend the, week here vi.siling in the home of her, brother. E. L. LeChien of 8U2 South street. — We wish fo express our sincdre thanks to the neighbors and frieniis for their assistance and many kind- ne.sses shown to us duri^ig the illness and; loss-of • our little <laugh- tei; ami granddanghter, Bett.v Lon. — .Mr., and .Mrs. H. 1. .lames, Mr. aiid Mrs.'II. F. Ellis. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. MONDAY r • Mr. ami .Mrs. Bert! Tiirley of .^1 ith State street arrival home to- from Columbus. Kans.. where - .loinl meeting of American l.i'- gion and Legion .\uxiliary tonight at S iiVlock. . All nienihers iiiRc-l t'> be present. . ' Mr. and .Mrs. \Villiam .laneriiig. of liiirlington, Kans.. w;ere Sunday vi.<;ilors of .Mr. and .Mrs. li. K. Wag. ,;|J '>r. ."iOS Soiith AValnut street. -jFor flent; Up-to-date bnnga- IMWJ garage, furnace, furnished or unfiirnished. Jlenilerson Realty Co. .1. .1. (Jriffin. district depute of Ih.n IJ. P. •(), Elks.~jv,ill leave today for Oklahoma CiiV' where li<- will meet the Hon. Chas. 11. Grakclow, grand e.valted ruler ofi the Elk.s. ; who" is visitjiig the Oklahoma lodges. t>. It. .Mc'Carty anil son. Dwiglil. jr.. of 120 South .lefferson avenue, left today on a business trip in fiklaUonia. ' i -Come to nurji'ery. In:! .North' Fourth street. P|ione Kl.lT. I.mlO Cumberland raspiierry tips. $:!.0() per I'lii; Early Harvest blackberries. $:!.."iU per 100:_\ No. 1 trees and shrubs.at one-half price what agent.s .sell lor from other nurser- fis. f'oncord grapes, $10.00 per 1(1(1. .1. M. M'arford. they went to atteiid the funeral of .Mr. 'l|grley"s sister.' ; , -y-Try It once—you will bare ho other." Van Hoozer 's Bread." Jlr.iand Mrs. .lames Anderson of Yaips^ Center spent yesterday with the: latter s father, A. F. Grant and faniily at'iOit South; State street. .Mrs. .M. K. Zike of (il2 South .lefferson avenue, \yho has beeii (julii! ill of the flu, \i reported recovering satisfactorily. •r.lust l-eccivc.l a; car of Red Rlvi-r Ohio .Seed, Potatoes. Tin price Is r'plit: get i yours- uow. HiiKhes Grocery, nortli side stpiare. Phone .",OC-.">07. .Mr.s. Charles Fowler arid daiigh- ler. Irene, sirent yesterday with friends in Lallarpe." iMi-i and -Mrs. If. t). Rakslraw. Mifs. Grant Bond ami .Mrs. l.rf)ttic Workman of Chanute were Ijere thus afternoon to attend the funeral of Charles Bishop. (iinl o.t 'rtiiinlis. -We wi.sh to extend,our lieart- jfilt thanks to the friends - and neighbors lor the kindness shown' (IS during the sickness and death'of 'our son. .lohn. Also for the floral offerings.—.Mr. ajid .Mrs. Adam Schreuer ami sou. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schreuer and family. .Cleo .Mock of WVi North Fourth street returned homo last night from near Piqua where lie visited over-the week-end jvith his uncle iind aunt, .Mr. add Z^lrs.. Otis Steeley. The Rev. W. E. MUler preached his last sermon last night at tlie RrtM'i Methodist chiicli on North Third street. The subject of his sermon w.-is >"Behold now is the i day oi" salvation." ; Trof. Owen.'a . niemluM- <jf the poria, i-esby- faiultv of the Coflege of En TWed the pulpitn of the P l-rian cliurches at Morau «qd La­ llarpe yesterday morning Tii d ev- eiiuiK.in the temporary al»«eice of tlie jiastor, and was in lola a few hiiurs this niorntiig on way luck to Emporia. • i • • • r. L. B. LEATELU JI. Di • Special attention given DIB• eases of Colon' and Rectum. • ' Elcctro -Thcrany and • " Physiotherapy. • • Ofrice Tola State Bank Bldg. • • ' Phonea—147 and 705. . • • .. • i Mr. and Mrs. AllenMcDonald and .Mr. and Mrs. flarry Armstrong and fahiily .iiid AJr. aud .Mrs. .las. Stewart and baby of Humboldt Were business visitors in lola Saturday. , Mr. C. .M. Cortner was tjie recipient of a remarkable and doubtless . a deeply appreciated compliment at the convention of"; theMidland Insurance company -held last week in Kansas City, ^\•^l(jn Mr.V Cortner got to the conventio|n he found that tliefiionle office of'tlie company had Sent out to all the agents .<sonie time pyviously leaflets ibearing .a \ pi(N' tH^(! of himself with the heading. 'Testimonial to ;vir, Cortner." with the .suggestion that each agent make a special effort between the receipt of the leaflet and- the date of the convention to write insurance and to note on the leaflet the amount thus sold, together with the name of the agent making the s'ale. .-^nd so there came : to him something like 200 sheets with such leports. amounting in the aggregate to' many thousand; dollars, Hnilallof it written as ii special compliment to Sir. Cortner, who i-s sur; rintendent: of agenis and w-ho i I fcio'usly isi. highly popular anion i Jhe nieUi wjio wOvkS iii^der his direct !>n. ' ! - Smart, snapjiy Hats broadcast- ii )C ,the.new shades, materials ami lolors for the Spring season, at $l.7.'>: also children's TIals in all colors for all ages. $l.."iO to $:i.7.">. Edwards'Millint^rv. Mrs. Victory ofj I «Boy Is visit- InpMrs. .Nellie Pike ot the Slfersi Cife. _| i Dr. W. H. Porter has ?iad his dental office repainted and every- thitig now looks spick and span. —Arc yrfu tryliig for the Kclvi- nator Elet'trlc Rl-frigerator? It's Free! See K. C. Elt;clrlc and Plumbing Co. ' ! Fred Moore has been employed by the Sifers.Caiidy Co.; aa city salesman for their product. Clifford Pool of Seminole, Okla., is in '|Iola visitinjj his parents ,«t .5^0 south Buckeye street... -O. .L. Cox, M. D.. SpeoUllM. Bje, Bar, NOM and Throat.; Mrs.!Patrick Hdfferii of 411 East Monroe street, who hijs been .quite seriously ill for ; several days, isi reported better today. .Miss Craigie- McDowell left this morning for Neodesha on business after spending ijunday with her sister, ;Miss Lucinda McDowell. —If you yant to buy or build a home. The lola Building & Ivoao Association will lb:^n you the money, easy terms, lid conjmfssions. Organized in IS.S.I.r .Vow located southwest corner of stjuarc, G. E. Pees, Sec'y. ; •; F. W. Arnetl, jmamiger of the Biles shoe store, is in'Kansas City on business. .ludge Frank Forrest was in Yates Center Saturday on business. —See tlie new grey Sealtitc Kel- v'inator «in display al K. C. Electric & Plumbing Co. I Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bustard were Chanute visitors yesterday. Miss Helen Ray, a student of junior college is ill of diphtheria at her home on North street. —Bargain in .'i room modern <'ot- lage,With garage, choice location; easy terms. Henderson Realty Co. ."Miss Fern Shirck of Chanute Cliauiiti! visited friends in lola yes- ti-rday afternoon. . fliMi ."\lr.s. E. M'. Balier of .Milwaukee. Wis., is visiting her parents Mr. anil .Mrs. A. .M. Smith. 702 South street. Juat like Angel Food Cake, ^an.Hoozer 'B Bread ._2 for 15c. .Mrs. (Miivis Rodrock of Kincuid- was shopping in lola Saturday. W A.- Brown of Richmond ^ans., came down this morning on business. He will remain here for a day or two. Mr. Browii was at one time connected with the Central .Market here. Mrs. Lottie Bogert of Humboldt, and Mrs. Blanche .Myers, of Colony, tvcrc business visitors in lola Saturday. I Chas. Hoge. an attorney bf 01a- thc, was looking rafter legal matters In lola and Huiiiboldt Saturday. ! ' -Mr. and .Mrs. G. 13. Yrirbrough ami six children left Saturday for their new home In Hannibal. Mo., whj're .Mr. Yarbrough has cmplby- incut In a button factory. J )e,Chehaskc spent Sunday with-fer who livei idnds in Pittsburg. 'duslrious fa '•i MARCH 7,1927. PAGE: TitREE OBITUARY I OF HENRY BOWEX. Henry Bolven was born neaV Sperryville, Rappahannock County. Virginia. December 24. 1S33, and died March {S, ,1927 at lola, Kansas. He was 93 years, two months and eleven (lays old at his death. He came of' a hardy Welch stock which emigrated to .the Atlantic seaboard from the oltl world during the rcigu of Queen Elizabeth in England.: .Mr. Boweli wa^si one of a' tainily fri Floyd Patterson, of Quenemo Kansa.s; was tl^e guest of friends in lola over the week end. He left on an early morning train for Tulsa. ot eight chiljdren to be more tharl one who livj-d u\ er who live^ to )meri cident of living three, times ily. Bccaut the ground and schoolliouse on Oklii.. to start srpring training withj.vears he hiied. boarded, aiid paid he Tulsa baseball Western League.. Mil of whom lived ninety exceiitlng be SS. His futh- |bc !IG. was an in- and from the.;,in- been inariiied necessary that he would not] willing y do without, shirk orjcom- plain. He was kind and obiiging to ^veryone and never so engaged thai he could not offer a; weird or givi an accomodation. He j was thoroughly loyal to 'hisi ^friends and relations as: well as bis ^pun- try. Those of -us who have : been fortunate enough to be one ot his iutimates In later years wilt cherish a memory of a twinkle in his eye when he appreciated a; joke, the quaver, of hisx-hin and the tear in his eye when hls^sensitive' heart has been touched, his quaiiiL droll hum-r, his fund of familiar' stories it. For ten club in the!the .teacher4 where "Little Henry received ^A ^hatever education he jgot from the common schools of Dr. and .Mrs. J. S. Cummings. of I that early time. The Baptist Bronson." and .Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gregory, of Bayard, were Sunday visitors at the home of -Mr. and .Mrs. J. H. Gregory. - .Mi.ss. Ethel Grant of 209 South State Street, is visiting her cousin, .Miss "Jeauette, .Martin, in City. and simple pioneer. From the! accident _ told, and retold, his apt and ready had a numerous jam-! description as characterizing his • ot this he furnished lo ^'e'nality. hi«-words of council, and builded ^ church ' bis playful wldk of the eye, his ' southern brogue in the use of many words, the hearty chuckle in his laugh, his bent fornLund crooked cane, his shuffling step, his surprising strength of voice, his thin silver hair; his soft baby hands, his plea.'^ing but time-worn face. These and a thousand other little trait§ must rcmuin as long as memory lasts. | / church still stands as a silent but ^lowly moi Idering monument to he iudustry. sacrifice, devotion faith of that rugged Dean Nicholas, of .Veodesha. Kansas, visited over the week end with his parents, .Mr. and .Mr.s. J. .Nicholas,- who. lives two miles south of lola. Peppy's Diary, written in shorthand, was not decii)hered until over one hundred years after the author's death, and was published in 1825, of haviiig been born a Virginian Mr. Bowen Kansas j caiiglitjin the swirl of rebellion and bi)ing a'.loyal prilrioi of his state ji)ined the Confederate army a-s a volunteer in May, 1S61 af Centerville. Vlrgijila. His company B wis the sixth Virginia cavalry and was one of the first volunteer i-ompanies to' be organized in that! state. Ho jserved under several jnoted southern generals, namely: Ewell, Steuart, Beauregard and Fitz Hugh Lee. Among —Dr. Fred j Woodbury, graduate foot spci-ialist. Treats corns, bunions, weakened arches, etc. No dxtra cliarge for: residence calls. Phone 00. 217 "West .Madison. S. P. Jackson of the Jaykson Realty Co. left Saturday night for Catarina, Te.xas, on a land excursion. He was'accjompanied-by Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth- Foust. C. S. Beard and C. W. Stevens. The object-of the trip is to investigate Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith spent yesterday at the home ot .Mr. and Mrs. Clay Weast. near Moran. Other dinner guests were .Mr. and Mrs. .Mbert .Manning and family, .Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Taylor, .Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .Norton and Mr. D. B. Holeman. , MLss Eve Dean Harcelrode spent Sunday with home folks near Bronspn. , Little Edna Morgan of 521 Soiitli Chestnut is ;0ut of school this week with the measles-. ' Mr. and Mrs. Omar Black of Ft. Scott were Sunday visitors wifh .Mr.s. Black'.sj brother. L. C. Lott and family Of :tI7 South Walnut. .Mrs. Lott ai-i-ompanied them liome for a feyv days visit. Mr. aiid Mrs. I. Paul Bell of :!H; South Washington S |»eut Sunday in Ft. Scott visiting .Mrs. Bell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reed of 217 South Oak street dro\o to Pittsburg today on business. .Many wintery feet liave trod days have come and gone since his little schoolboy those Virginian hills. And of all that happy fkmily of eight children none remain to mourn. Thev have all departed and now "Hdnny," a name given by his baby diaughter and now accepted by all^his intimates.;is indeed "The Lasit Leaf on the Tree." For tiS years the grasses have lieen green over the graves of many of his iicighbors and friends who fell fighting at hiis side. Few, very, very fcw^ remain of that martial 'feebled tottering forms are falling the important engagements in 1 '.'"-pI'S;- One by one those en- wbich he took part may be men­ tioned.—Fir$t and second battle ot Bull Run, Cold Harbor, Spotsylvania (Tonrti House, the Wilderness. .Manchester, and ; Gettysburg. He served f<)r the duration of the war liaving' suffered every sacrifice, every .privation aud- every hardship of; cold and hunger that fell to the lot Qf the commoh soldiery in that Ibsing cjiuse. Ix;t us hope tl: not been in In the yi moved to C has Is!umber 1 (Coiilinued from Page 1) at such sacrifice vain. ar 18Gii .Mr. Bowen hillicothe, Ohio, where he l-ngagedj in the milling business and c|ontiniieil in this business at -N'orth Liberty, Indiana, from' l.sf.S tjj LS.sy, 21 years, where he built up. owned - and opera(e<l a large flouring mill. Through the chani-e of misfortune North Liberty was situated in the low- lying valhy of the Kankakee whicli requtrcd draining. The water power -Mfhich was used in bpeV- aling the mill was legislated ;from narks the beginning of tragedy ;all too com- hini which a financial mon.' At .North ried. to .Marv" E. I.andon who remains to mjourn. This union was solemnized October 14. 1.S77, anil has remaini-d an unbroken devotion for halff a century. To theni l.were born ijhree children the/irist I of which dibd in infancy. Besides 1 the wile twij children remain: .Mrs. i J. "O. Allen }of lola, and a son, D. ' • L. Bowen. of .Memphis. Tenn. Intnates of H»e state ri'.formatory , .Mr. Bowen was a believer in the at Hutchinson r' will get higher | church and jthe work that is done )vages. The house passed and sent | by it. In his earlier years when he to the governor ja bill Increasing; was financially able to do so: he the daily rcmunvration of convicts contributed generously to the Bap- from three and a half to four cents list church -which he attended for a day. many- years.; I'ntil age and infinii- — ity incapacitated, he W-as a reader Liberty he was mar- into an eternity from which we hear no sound. But Hope lends •an ear and we hear a bugle call, a reveille. ; • His comrades wait to welcome him. he falls into line.' he ciitclios step and awayi they march-march- march-on anil forever on into that mysterious Siumberland of God, keeping step, keeping step-step- step to the music of the Angelic band of comrades w-liere our Great Leader is mobilizing innumerable hosts and beckoning you and me for enlistment in that service of Eternal Tomorrow. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon al the Sleeper Service Rooms and was in charge of the i Rev. C. 1. Goldsmith and the .Ma-j ^jnii- lodge. A -body guard of thirty Knights Templars were present at the chajiel and grave as an escort and thirty other -Masons were in attendance. Thi>- .Masons conducted a service at the grave. A profusion of flowers' attested the sympathy of friends. .Miss Clara Brown and Mrs. Dene Billlie sang and -Miss Margaret Roberts was the accompanist. Burial was made in Highland cemetery. ! GENEVA ' Mar. 1.—Miss Zella Tippin came home from school Tuesday and has been n.uite sick w^ith measles, but she aud .Miss Nannie arc improving. ; Miss .Margaret .Irwin is substituting at Fillmore school for Miss Zella Tippin. Tal Sherwood's fainily is having a siege of measles. Walter Miller' wiio has been helping .Mm Holtz the past week. Is imw sick witli ineasles. ^^Irs. Eva'Howland spent Thursday atte'rnooti with H|dla Lcavitt. -Mrs Call aiid Elizabeth were callers at Leavitts Saturday night. 'Mis.s Olive Deleplain ami lladel Sherwood had; tea with Delia Leavitt Tuesday evening. .\ veterinarian came from Colony Thursday iuid operated on (Jeo. Sherwood's; borse. The horse is .still livin;:. ' .Mrs. Grace Bongliton spent Tuesday with her mother. .Mrs. lleslop. and .Mrs. Sam Fry spent the day with .Maud Sber >WJi )d,. .Mr. I!'uii;htou -and family. .Miss .MabeV Holtz an^V .Mr. and .Mr.s.Al- vin Saferite anil Opal were Sunday visitors at Heslop's., George- Miller is much' interested in Sunday m-liool at County Line. We hear .Miss Florence Samjison came home from' si-hool sick AVe hope it is nothing serious but h:tven't been able to learn. -Mrs. Delia Leavitt received a birthday present from .Mr. and .Mrs. Roy Inge, a whole ham. from the Wilson Packing company. Twelve teams from nyar La­ llarpe are^dcjing ciiunty grad-ns at the Indian creek bridge. Four of tl'C iJrivers are staying at the home of Mrs. Delia U'avilt. Geo. .Shcrwoojl helijed .lim. Sherwood move Wednesday on the Carman idace. Oliver Leavitt spent Monday night iind Tuesday with his aunt. .Mrs. Delia Leavitt. Wo hca: that the measles arc at .Maley's. - •limiiiie .lat-kson s'ay-d ')ver Sunday at I.eavitl's and tdok care of the twi .-lvc hi>r .:re .i -while the other men went honie. The snow .Momlny nijjlit ;!tii))peii the grading at the bridge but toddy ;work has begun a^aiu. Mrs. Harry Saiith is learning to drive the car so! w-e'II wager ^she is never at home now. An unusual 1 and interesting' In- 'novation in merchandising is go-- ing on at Coiik's Drug Store this week in the nature of a demonstration of.Mnrtha toilette goods. The demonstrations are in charge of .Miss T^ona Piltaway who has fixed up a little "private otlice" in the West emf of -the store. She gives free ma.ssages. etc., .and will be here all week. BEWARE THE Persistent coughs and colds Iea3 to Errinus trotihle. You can stop them now with .(ireomulsion, an emulsified cren.soic lliat is pleasant to take. CKO-I niiilsinn - is .a new medical discovery Avilh tw<>-foId action; it soothes and; liei.Is the iiifl.imrd membranes and in- Libilsperm growth. - Of all known drup% creosote is rcc- pgriizrd by high medical, authorities as tine of tlie greatest healing agencies for prr>i.»Irnl roughs- and colds and other forms of threat troubles. Crcbmulsioa contains, in addition to creosote, other liealing cle::irnls which sootlicjlind Heal llie infected mcndiranes and stop .iho irritation ;'!iil inflammation, while the , crcoso :e coes on to the "torn^ch, is abr.; yovbed into the blood, attacks the scat of the Ire.rjlilc and checks the growth of tllC gTI'lS. . CrciiniiiUi'in U guaranteed satisfac- tiirv in tlic tr«:aliiient of persistent ro!:gK a :iil enlds. bronchial asthma, lirnni !ii:-sv"'il other forms of rrspira- lory ili.-e.isrs.atid isc.Mcllcnl forIiuilJ- iiiS i-'P tiiT s>-^trm alter cnUs or flu. Xlmiey rrfi ;nd d if any cough or cold is I'll rr!:c\t-J after t:iking aecording to directions. Ask your drussist. (adv.) / The uniform niolor vehicle code bills came out of the senate federal and state ilffairs committee the ipo.ssibilities ot that country as I j,niejided so that administration of to Its qualifii-ations. for grbwing vegetables and other - farm crops. They went" by the w.ijy of Kansas City and the Rock Isiiind railway. \»(i<e 0. f. Xo. Initiatory degree- work and business of injporitauco Tuesday evening, .Mari>h 8. He present. W. E. AYLI.VG. Sec'y. Lee Hejtick. file nnw proprietor of the Cidony Free Press was in lola on business today and fiaiij the Regisler a frateriial visit. .Mr. Mellick is. an experienced news- ipaper man and will ikeep up the good;repiifiition of the Col(.)ny Free Pres.-* long iiis time. .Mrs. Raif L. Dliikle. ,whb was called herii by the death of h»;r mother. .Mrs. Anna Searles. returned to her hojno it) Topeka this afternoon. .lust received a ear of Red Kiver Ohio Seed Potatoes. The ••rice -is right: get yours now. Hughes Grocery, north side sq tare. Phone .'.(Mi-.'.uT. Miss Violet flernilon of Joplin, .Mo., w-ho has been visiting i her brother. 1-idgav Sexton and family of 110:i East street, left this after- noou for Kansas City to visit before returning home. Mrs. Laura Butt ram' and sob; Billie. spent the week-end with their sister and aunt. Mrs. Earl Ritchey and family \\\ PoncalCity. — We wish to tliank our neigh- bor.s and friends, also the employees of the Cnited Iron Works, for their kindne.ss during the ill- A letter received in lohi today from some California friends of the recipient: says, oranges there are an extra-'good crop and are of an extra .large size.-etc. Judging by the sinallness of some of them displayed in the' local stores it pHie \vouIil seem that; we are getting tlie culls. the aiitoniobile license department will be retained in tho secretary of state's office. As passed by the hou.se. the code provided, for dis-^ Iribution of the tags from the state penilenliaty under the direction of the warden. , 1^ • Benefit districts will pay only l.'i instead of 2.';.'per cent of the cost of improved roails if ^ the senate als(> api»roves. a bill piLssed by the house. Representative'Pleasant of Franklin county is the author of the measure. T- n. Shannon /Irovo to Ted Penland's home yesterday for a short visit and to ascertain how the' nW milking machine |whlch the Shannon comi)any rec(;ntl.v Installed'at tho dairy farm of Mr. Penland. pealiiig the statute denying coun-, memlM -rship ties,- townships, municipalities and ;,,.'y thriiugli school boards authority to demand membership for public deposits placed in a bank operating under the state kguaraniy act. non reports the machine working perfectly and. that it "gets the milk.'^ i J; . --Filling station and blacksnillji shop, doing good: business; will trade fr^i- farm, llenderson Realty Co. I . Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Root and Mr. and :Mrs. V.! }\-. Haglund and son. Karl, drove to Topeka yesterday to attend a seSsirtn of the conference of the '.Mejhodist Episcopal Minrcbes of this district. They re- Hirned last night.l Mr. Root said this morning that the decision to have;Rev. C. I. Ooldsmith returned to the lola ehnrdi was unanimous. . —Dr. Montgomery, Chiropractor; fola Laundry Bldg. " Phone 138. Charles Inmaii.!of l.aHarpe. underwent a major: operation at St. .'ohn's Hospital this morning. j Mr. and .Mrs. ELI Doak. of Fre- (iimia. were guests yesterday of Mr. The senate passed and hou.se the Gabrielison sent to bill )f the Bible land it is said has read it through iiiany titnes. Perhaps ho human institution attracted atid held Ills attention, like .Masonry, illc joined early— about as early a.s was allowable— and remained true tii their vows for 72 years, a term that is perhaps not er ualeil in this ^art of the-country He was a Knights Templar foi ."it; years, more than the' 'span of an average lifetime. He!assisted in the organization of the lodge as a charter member at Nortli Liberty. Indiana, where he i'illed the office of Worshipful blaster. Since 1S90 his Blue Lodge membership luis been.held at Che- toirah, Kans is, and from about the sanre date his Commandcry inem- bership has sas. Being .\t press hour this afternoon the condition of .Mi'. Floyd T. Vaiillooz- er. (it Vanlloozer's Bakery, was considered grave. 11.- underwent an operation for ruptured appendix about miduiglit Thursday at St. Johns hospital." There are .'iOo.Otin fewer wornen than men in Canada. 2 Houb of Real Enjoyment '^GORGEOUS PASSION and "'";one of the (longest in servicti his been at Oswego, kan- ohe of the oldestl has been made honor- the generosity of the of these organiza- tioius. Perhaps an all wise Providence has extenileil this life to a great and venerable age tlnit his many The senate public utilities com- 1 virtues mig^t he imbibed by'snc- was woriflnir and iwhat satldfactloni'"'"*''' f^'^"^ Wichita i ceeding gehprations. He waS the tl ^^cl.i.u^?eiving Mr Shan "^"""X'' regula-; so.il of patience. .No task was too lr_ .L'^l L-.II?"- tlon of busses. j hard or too jlong, too small or nn- Garden Time is Cominj: .Most (>!' (hir Prices Are Cheaper i'lian-Those in Vour Catalogue >V»!- dnpllrate iiiiy price (»f any seed catabigne j(iti bring-HS. WHY NOT lUIY OF US? LOOK AT OUR 11927 PRICES I Buy M'ish.irdN Teslcd .Srod.s^ J leans — • Buriii-e's Stringliss Green Black Wax L ..v Honderson's Bus i Lima Kentucky Wf>ndi r (Green Kentucky W(iniler (Wax) •Peas . Alaska — American Wonder Onion Sets— Red or Vel low Sweet Corn Don'fi be foolish and send • awa.v for g.irden seed when vou can get real TESTED SEEDS at WISH- .\RD'S for less than H.\LF the inoney HciiiT Field Seed Co. ;Shenandoali. la. Pod -1 _.4.".c lb. , ;-.4;ic llK 4ric lb. ) -.--1 4ncib.. iiOc lb. 40c lb. 40clb. i. -$l.."i7 pk. . ?l.t;5ga! Our Price 2IIC lb. 2()c lb. 2.-.C lb. 2r.c lb. lb. 20c lb. 20c lb. .SOc pk. 7.1c gal Ttri 'AL ^ If you bought one pound ear peck onion sets and 1 gallon sweel *6.32 Wisbard's .$3.10 a saving of % H.\LF Henry Field's price. Be too —if .vou wish. ONION SETS- 2 Quarts 2r;'c. \\ We sell more seeds than any o -86,33 83.10 h ot the above seeds and one corn Field's prii-e would be 2-. Wisbard's price li-ss than isli and send off for your seeds 2.">c; 1.000 for ^.;i« for I.IMM>. Burmiida Onion Plants — 2 bnnche : Field's Price is % WiSHARD riARDWJARE & SEED CO. . lOLA,; kA \SAS K ELLE As I am leaying the farm LwlII .sell at Public Auction at the J. W. Baker place 1 njlle cast and 1?4 miles north of l.,aHarpe, the following dcscribedj property, beginning at 10 a. in., on— Tliurs.9 March 10 ness.4niil death of our mothe;r and):iuil Mrs. Charles Xi-sBly. 508 South grandmother.-—Mr. and Mrs. !C. C. Grav and daughter. .Mr. and .Mrs. L. Hartman and family. .Mr. and -Mrs. J. Colbert and family. Mrs. H W. Glore of Kansas Ci.ty- came this afternoon from Cherryvale. Kaiisas. where she had been visiting her mother, to attend the funeral of Mr. Charles Bishop. Attention KnKMits -of Pythias. —Srvecial meeting on March 7. Please! attend. By order of the Ciiancellor Commander. Homer M. Dreherl It was reported in Saturday ''8 Register that Harry Wagner was to locate .1 machine shop on South Sycamore. He is locating his shop at.203 South Jeffersoii in the building formerly occupied by the Corr Transfer Company. Jefferson avenue. Fry's Drug Store was closed this afternrton during the funeral hour Of Charles Bishop! The deceased Was a cousin cif JRoy and Ge6rge Fry, managers of the store, i Mrs. Everett Itemsberg, of .i21 South Sycamore Street underwent a major operation' this mqrning at St. John's Hospital and is reported as getting aloiig -satisfactorily. Mrs. Patience llecdom. of 620 South Buckeye street, jis at St. John's Hospital for obseWation and possible operation. Mr. and Mrf. JTH . Gregory of 60S South'Jefferson ayenup-:liad'as their guests yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom ..Mason and .-.on Riohai'i-t.of Caidner, KnuHas. One brown Swiss cow. 5 years oldj fresh soon; 1 Guern- •sey cow, ,5 years old, fresh by date jof.sale; 1 black Holstqin cow. y Ivears oldj fijesh soon: 1 white Hol- Istein cow\ ,'>: years old, fresh soon: 1 Jersey cow 3 years old, fresh by date of sale;. 1 Jersey heifer 2 years old{ fresh by date of sale; 1 Jersey heifer coming 2 years old. fresh by -date of sale; 1 Guernsey heifer, corning 2 years old, fresh .soon: 1 .spotted heifer, coming 2 years old| fresh soOn; 1 Jersey .^lelfer. coining 2 years old. fresh soon. ' ! ._ H»KSES ANI» M r L f. S—One black horse mule 6 years old. weight 1.100 pounds; 1 black horse mule 5 years old. weight lilOO lbs.; 1 red mule 4 years old. vrcight 1.- lOft lbs.; 1 blue mule 6 years old weight 1.100 lbs.; 1 bay mare 9 veal's old] weight 1.400 mare 4 years old. weight 1.400 lbs. ftion. bs.; 1 gray (Jllier horses anil cattle not listed. I.MPI.K.MK.NT.S -Two di'sc cultivators; 1 ; .M<-Corniick mower; 1 corn planter: 1 sulky liliiw; 1 12- iii<-h walking plow; 1 barriiw: 1 bay derrick; 1 fork; 1 3'4 -in. wide tire wagon, nearly new; 1 ;!",i-in. wide; tire wigon; 1' single shovel plow'; 1 4-si)ovel cultivator: l' hay rack; 1 cresim separator; 1 buggy: 2 barrels; t .3tt-gallon iron kettle;; cream cans; chicken coops; set low spring Wagcniwheels. IIOOS— One fat hog, weight 400 pounds. i POIXTKY—5 Turke.ys. 2 year.s old: 5 geest. 2 years old; .S ducks' 2 years old. FKEI)—Ixits of feed of all kinds. H<» .SKH< LI) <;OOI)S— One cupboard; 1 oil stove. 4-burner; 1 ice cream freezer; 1 Daisy chorn; I .sanitary couch. • jet bed springs; other things'too numerous to men- TEK.MS—rA^H.: If jou want credit see jour'loeal bunker. I ' • • ' i Bert iesseph & M. E. Dennis rOli.S. A. r. OMTERandfOI-W. .Tl. KII.EY. Anifloneers. ) A. k . HOI,I>K.HAX, Kir-*t National -Liinrb M'lll Be Honed at Koon l»jr l,adle» of Fnin-lew Farmer* I'nlon. 'LXEBE U an Ibanez Hory of * love and paitioa ranking with hi* grcalMt talc*. "The Four Hor»emeti," "The Tori »ent" and "Blood and Sand." An epic of woman'* power, a -flaming picture of a modem With GreU Garfao, who ha< Mt alt filmdom aflame with her beauty. Spectacular! Romantic! Thrilling! GRETA G^RBO ANTOMO MORENO Lionel Barrymore Roy D'Arcy H. B. Warner Direeted by FRED NIBLO Ihy Ftmum \ from the ttorf by Blmco t*«et. TONIGHT ANl iMatiriec 10c-:i5c; Quiirts - for ?1 .00. her retail store in Kansas. LI TUP:SI)AY JNJiRhl l ()c-;{i>c Once in a doiarlc eonics a film .profluction that swoep.s ' tfu; country by the .sheer force of its .story. Once in a decade i.s found a .subject .sp ' vast that tho whole world pauses to look, a .subject so human that each individual heart i.s thrilled I .Such a picture is this I IJ. r. SCHIJLBERG ; Presents HIS DRAM.4TIC CON- CEI'TION of I I I CAP I TALI I PUNISHMilNT I PORTRAYED by TWIILVE GREAT STARS j Bank. I.aHarpe.,<'lerk. .tesop's Fable's--Topics of the Day • Vox t'omedy '"rhe Teuni- Wizard' .Matinees l«k-.:!nc: .\ight> lOe-Mtr Tliursd.iy- "Kiff Uwve!.*" L Clara Bow Elliott Dexter Robert Ellis Alec B. Francis Joseph Kilgour Eddie Phillips - ;T///: SUPREME ADDED George Hackathorne Margaret Livingston Mary Cair Edith Yorke Wade Boteler George Nichols I I LM SENSATION! COMEDY AND NEWS

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