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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 8, 1927
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' PAGtt EIGHT TWO KANSANS 6N ALL-VALLEY FIVE GOOD AS A MILE ChWnute and lola Also' Are- Possibilities As Winders of The Disfrict Battle. , 'Thirteen class A teams, iiicliid- 1 ing lola/ are entered in flie state cHmiiiatibn tournameiK to be held at Xeode^ha Friday and Saturday. I The Xeodcsha tonrnanient is one of' 24 state elimination loiirnanK-nfs whifh will narrow down the list of • high .jjchool jteams to a nnnihrr which can he Siandlml at the Ntate tournament at ill a vs. \ ' ' year lol'a placed sw-ond in i . -.the tourniimentj losing the final 1 • game to Coffeyville." Probably the Htrongest l«>anis entered in the Neodesha tournament. this year are: Kiaporia. Coffey- 1 viUc, Chanute and' lola. It prob- 1 ably will be one of these teams which will carry away first lionor-< liT the tournament. ,Other leanis entered in the to 'ur- ' nament which have made Kfuid isliiiwin.^s ari'. Humboldt, winner j of the lola Junior college louin '-y; ' , Kre<ionia. 'Ver-lieiis Valley rhaiYl»'. - and Uiirlington. The complete .li>;l ofTlas.-^ .\ teaina in the tourney i.s as lolb w?. -OJiei ryvale, Neodesha. 0 .svve;tii. .Sc- dan. ("aney. Ind('i)cndence, ("ofcy- ville, K nporia. Clianute lola. Jliini- holdf, ifredodia and Burlington l>rawinKs for the tournament i . Lawrence. Kans., Mar. j Coaj'hes, referees. ,and jiew.^paper ;nieii have- selected the' f<^llowiijg I'.(Vl'-i^'alley basketball tt'ani: Yun-; ker. .Mi.ssouri and Sniaha. Xebras-' ^ ka. forwarii.s; Polers!-n, Kansas, -jcenter and captain: Kurton, Kaii- I sas. and Byers, K. S. A. C. suards. ; H.vcrs was mi'ntioned fre- I quently fdr a.torward position. I HUMBOLDT IS BQASTINGOF |vill be inade Thursday at Neo<le,sha Willi tlje opening games s( hedii for Krfda\ morning. ' ' Tl-e three teams placing high in the' tournament will be eligibb-'to Team Won: Champion- shipsi^ in League and Tourney; Won Eight Out of Thirteen , In Season. ! Humboldt. .Mar. S. (SpeciaHr- Witli only the Xcodesha. tournii- nient ahead. 'lluniboliK high >c!i(iol has had winning I ZUPPKE WORKS FOR BACKFIELD SEVEN TEAMS rrbana." Illl.. Mar. S.—Kobert '< Zuppke. IIHi:ois football coach, is* l ^rniding Ills ^talented line in spring '' gi iri practiii'- for backs and ends to fill lioie:^ t!i.:it wil: appear next fall. r.uti!i XoWack. heavy tackle. i; licing treiiat fullback, where I'lig I)augh<ri:y's graduation will . _ li-.ive a voiij. and rcichtnan. under- ' '• sia.iy to Ufjich at c.-nier. is being Prom Fivc to Scven Men vmrked at fiiil. PITTSBURG IS WMR0F8 From Each School Will .participate In Contests of . Strength. Lawrence. iKans.. Mar. .S.—Fj-om five to seven wre.-^tlers froni^ach. j of seven, schools in the Missouri', valley conference will bo entjered' in the .Missouri Valley Conference; 1 meet at the I'liiversity of ^^ansas .March Jl and 12. Oklahom A. & M. for the past four or five year.s the Missouri valley champions and A. A. l'. winners in l!t2."r, will be represented by entries in all weights. Aniens and Kansas, each with a single defeat for this- season, will be entereil. Ames, perhaps, has tin- belter cliance to be'Oklahoma--Ag­ gies' chief (Contender, schools to he represented Kan>"as Agricultural college, and | I the rniyersities of Oklahoma, -Mis- : j souri and -N'ebraska. . ' Wn-stling will be at the slaiiil-} ard weights, ll -r., Vlt,. 1:1".. II.".. ir,s. \ 17."> and heavyweights. events will be at ."{ o'clock Friday afternoon, and second rounds at ;T::!0 thai evening. The l<iuniia- ! nifiit. by the eliminutioii jiniii-ss will gel down to the finals Satur- . day I afternoon, witli consohirioii j ••ieiils set for Suiur<Iay evening. ' St-c Taylor of ilie Des .Moines i It-gister. and l..ii-ut. Leon Itowniaii of Kemper'Military Acaileray will be the iofficials. ' i The Kansas team, under the di- i rei-iion of Coach (Juy LooKabangit.'; an American: I 'litry in tlie ' O'ympiis in the l.'.S-pounil class, i giv.'s promise of making a good •! showing. Thus far this season Ilie Kansas wrestler.';-h.1ve defeat- e.l .Nebraska and .Missouri once i "a.-Ii. and the Kansas Aggie.-j twice; i but lost all matches to .Ames. ! Honors in That Number Are Carried Off by School Since Spring of ^ 1924. suc.-e.ssful se:isoti. out of ihiriecn at a ve , eigh ' games. ;' In addition to winning first lion; ors and a trophy in the loia junior i college tournament, tin- te:ini won Ithe .HVfill 4 lea gun championship and I 'up. This .veai- was I he second in which Humboldt has carried off first honortt in l<da louriM- ment. The sf'ason's rec'oril follows: Pec. 2."?. Humbolill lii; Ottawa. I .lack .Sharki-.v. I'.o.^ion ex-gcdi. mis.sed Just; ;iinief! al the head of the cagey and aging ..\li!i ;ivavy-w<.ight. in .their encounter at .Madison by inclii's .-i virion-^ right .M<Tig!iv. Ill" Irl.^li l-.^lil I wliicli-eiidcd in Sharkey's vicl<iiy by a Iccliiiic; ' roiiiiil. I!y hi> iMmiicui;; of .McTigne. uho jive victoiv ovcil'.uil I !i -rli nha( li. Sharkey loil-jd.i-iiliiy iiiiji-.U" I klliU 'knill ill till •i-tiiitly sciiiii! en'erj the sectional Xoiirname 'nt -Pittsburg next week. j 40. , -Coach Scofl has not aniinunce<l} .lanr 4, lIuntl)o!dl .".1 • the men who will be:taken to the. j„„ 7_ iimuholdt 2:!: Xeodesha lournameiH. but the fol-jti-r, lit. lowing seem sure of the trip: Cap- .fan. 14. Humboldt .11: tain .McOuire, Barber, .Massey.-Don- .laii. Is. Humboldt X', ald.son. KImer Funk. Poc | Funk, H. Kemp and Kound probably will)i .laii. 2-1. HumlHddt 17 make the trip, while Onie McOuire 2-1. and Wagiier are', possibilities. li;:iic"^ of uIliMintcly winning th<' right to I'.ii <• (Iiiic 'j'uni.'y 11,1. Feb. 1. Humboldf IS; Moran 12. Vates Cen- Krje 14. ; Uarnelt tjlianiili' Lallarpe l'iIls!.lIr^•. K.iiisas. March S.—By I a[i'nrltnr lh>* sJate pennants in lili-k •t |»;i !l i and wrestling in the •;e:isoii jiisi cl(..~ed. athletes at I'iitsliuri? Slate Teachers college lir.iuchi titii:- tmal of champion- ami < ii.iiiipioiiship lies to .•;:;lij -ii ice i !ie r.|rring .fif U»2t. i.<|!iU I ii;:iik and field men won ihe sr., e lii .et in .May of l'i24. li.iiilla Ktjilsters took Ihe sLale till' tinai.wing fail. That win- i' I- tile li.iKketliali five .^har^d the Other i will be WESTERN LEAGUE UMPIRES N^MED Feb. 4. Humbdldl 2ii; nurlirigion •1!'. Feb. Feb. .S. Hunfholdt 14: lola 20. 11. Humboldt 111; Carnelt Sport writers in Hie Big ciiniereiiee at present ni'e liiisilj entraged . in .fining, about (he iliekinson vyoleni, Mliich Ihey stiv ghes Hio Plltshun: liii'li Ncliiml i|iiiii:p( Hie chjuiipl<>n >lup III' the league. Possibly it uonld. but Ihe writer iriiii 't see Hi:- system which ALPHABET i:'.. Humboldt i:i; ICrie IS. Hiiinlioldt 21: Vaies ..March 2. ton 27. Totals. Humboldt, 2.SS; ei^tis. 2.">1. Humboldt 22; liJurilng- Oppoii- GOfelLLA LETTERS TO 22 ATHLETES Topoka. Kans.. .Mar. 8. (.\Pi .Ap- pohttmeiil of four new umpires fiir \ Feb. 22, the Western League ^nd reappoinl -i Feb. 2.".. nientof four veterans were an- 1 'Center 13. nbiinccd today by Da^e fJeiir. president of the league. iThe new umpires 'ai>' .loseph l^arper.: i'ilis- burgh. Pa.: <"harles Mnttooii. Clinton. HI.; Louis Koll.s. Hock Lsland, HI.; anil F. ;\V. (ireen. Cedar i.a|>- ids, Iowa., ' : .Arbiters who remain in the har- 1 iiess for another season are: Kd i „ „. Peck and .lames Toman. Los An-! Pittsburg, Kans., Mar. S.-Twen- gelv«: C. K. .lohnston, iJullas. a^id ,'>-'«" athletes at Pittsburg .^raie Fonest Cady, Kansas City. Mo. \ j Tea. hers .ollege ha%-e been award_ _U^; i '*'' letters by the college at .llletie .I'ouncil for their- work during the 'Winter season as members of ilie WITH EMPORIA "'"^ wresUing t^am.s. • : * Hoth teams captured the state i cliampiou'ships in their sports.. • Letters were given to thesecagers: Fraiik Hoffnrin. Piitsliurg; ..less Anderson, Wetmore; Kay fJoforlli. Winfield; Tom S<olt. ;J'i;t.>burg; Cleim iMeisenlieimer. Cariietl;^ Ciiplaiii Deniiiig Sliaw. Thomai^.; Okla.; Clifford Hrei- tliaiipl. Kdgcrton; .Maurice Wood- eaii Jiossibly lake iiinsliip ei' a circuil • ii team which doev Uiliiie. he cliaiiip-, :i»a> from' iiol lose ii loj. 1 llllll In e(! ill t. i-hliii ;l| a.-. ;i.L-:i;;i ii|.|! ill ..isiiiiiii ill the perceiilaf ^e col- w.tii W .isliliiirii. • V.-lf, lie basketeers. Iindofeat- !l:eiellee. ilgaill .shared iij IS with Washburn. tlie two teams did not ih.> conference, but in a I'lKi -se .i-iiii I buttle ;it till' Kansas ('i;y ii .i; ''iiKll tnariiaineut the (for- u.-re victors. 'Ill - cidleies wrestler.^ also had .1 <•!••.Ill .~i .i !e at the close of the I:'-i'. >ea-..ii. the firts for that -;.nri iiere.i Tlii'ii last fall the cr..~> iii::iiiiv. riiiuirrs proved the <vvi;ii-^! Ill", till"— active teams in !!:.• wMlefeic e ;iiid look a I'orfeil in. Ill lie- I'.iirtli. .'nil tilings .Vol iK 'iiiir exac we (lo.'i ; know sen. hut we wiiiihl leU him siinie Ihiiig alioii! liis s\.-i. in ly lip. tliisi-liird Itickia- i:i" NEWTON BREAKS Xewlon. Kansi. .Mar. K. lAPI Hecanse of a!lei;ed iinsportsman- ."hip ladies on the part' of the Km- poria high school basketliall team for the past three years, local high .school athletic-directors have severed diii)lomati<- relations with the Kmiioriiins. Tlie decisions is a <li• niaXj of the .N'ewion-Kinpoila game here Saturday night wJien 'alleged inugh liiciics were used.. .1ACK DEMPSEY READY TO FIGHT Los Angeles, .March f.. (.API Jack" Dempsey said lo'day that he would be ready to light any lieavy- wcjght conlJ 'iiiler this sumiuer willi whom Tex Itickard wants to iiialcll him, and thaMt makes liltle ililTer- ence la him whom he meets. ; K*erylliing won'tl be Imely if Ihe ieauis riiiild sre v.hal : was u'l 'Mg to li:i|ipen to the '\urf(iiis feain» before 4lie seas, on started. Then lli'ey contil chiiiise Ihe leanis whii-li would I 'lliisir with ^lie best reoird. However, it is prolijible ii Ihey juntched games in, thai waj. one of lite weaker lennis would slip ihrongh liKa chanipion. ship. 19 FOR WHO WILL TAKE AN ANCIENT quT GOOD RIGHT AR /S/( TO THE PITCH IMG fvioUND FOR bETkoiT, '.• O ' • _• _ ' AMERiCAXS IN bXFORI)' RACKS —Phone your AVant Ada to l]» OXHlld. riiiunl "f iii!er -i o!;i Ki'g. .\ I'i..- : the lJ :;:'>iri: I 'aiver lUp < iiiiipe-jti-.ti. Spurt •( iMtiiiiiuiisIiip-; ford, Topeka; Floyd Smith, Bronson; Herbert Corniack, Pitlsbiirg: Herbert lleiison. Clay Center ire- servcc letter. I The wrestlers who wort letters wer.. „i.s f4 )llows: Win IJeaver, Tiro; Uoy Carr. Cane) :'.lack Scliiiid- ler. Aiigiist.-i: Lindley n <.|ii|y. Laihaiii; Fr.itik Creen. |-!itlsbiirg: .lohii Ciirrjiii. Cherokee; Harry Fox. ,Sev<-ryj .Melviii iliix/ard. .Ne i] vada; Uoscoe :'Mailisoii. Kiiigin:iii: Ivan Piimindly. Cedar Vale; Frank Caniph-II. -Altainonl. are iiiisiiie.-;-. ."vJiil liall as howj • •VI r. i!|i- selection oT .lilsl .ir leant-. ' It has li;i|/iieiuil tin. re iliaii .iiicc tli .iT a man se ;e< !cd .<ili on*, of these so -called aii-slai' leaiiis get< the sw .'lled hi 'ad and J'ail^ lo prodlice llie lo-xt .-^eaMill. Favorable Rea^ion A LOT of things have happened in baseball since the close of the 1926 race. Not during the 22 years I have •pent: (n the majors can t recall RB oC -season replete with so many Bensatlons. JThere was considerable: wjish- *. Ing of «Urty linen, somje of! which - remains soiled. To me most of it wat much ado about nothing. t tare been asked any number of times it 1 believed the aeaudals easiest sort of a chance. Tbey. will leave the ball park wondering what his price was. This, of course, is! unfortunate, but fair froin being entirely new. It has been my experience that if one desires to get into an argiiment, Ke never has. the slightest trouble in getting plenty of hearers willing to :iwear all sports are crooked. ;irf alwa .vs a cerliiiii of good athletes who iis( esai -lly iniriiiiil collies lo tuiili). and iin'l help lliem a bil. need is a leu I nun Ihe coiicljes once In a Athile Instead' of all--lar In ^nors. Tlifre iiiiiiilie'r iireii"! whenj II liiinofs \\ liatj llie.t rvi\\\y eiillli|i; ' remark ii riiiiiie ! !]•• ; I .Ii k c|ia-ii;M n:' HI • iiiiivi-isi: .\. i.'. •.•liuii.n an ali:;ii-i ^lU-.Xiii. i ii .in <i liallioi t'iili. ;;e. til" i.:.l M!e er.. .'^i i:i:iic(| it .maiti'^l tile .<i ;i-i; Chuvch. i.):u<-u: I'.all'ioi':. .v.liiiiiim poiiil.--. w'iw ii hv I ;i .\ in-'I ;:i . Iiail 2."' atiil ()i|. • a and' i::;^ T 1- c.iii.-. w'ill c.i):rriliii :i .,l •^li- Iitindcil. Ill Hal.I • i-y t .i • ii.-lt;!. ! into Mlt. .-t. iiiild- 1 ,i:ilil| im'iit- '.f Cliri-I \l..i:.l.i!.-ti. M 'lie ' V.M.-, |i' ' V. ••f" \\ lt|l I I 1M1-. tl .M .it-;...,.!. lU'i .\iii. ii .liitii) 1. -iti • .is »i ('.'i-y 1 • I a Uetiiriiliig lo Pilisliiirg and t'of- jeyvilli''. lel'.s give I liem an even break and call the cliampion>lii [i a OSS up. if they want to- play it out ail right, although thai isn't exactly a sign that the schools are playing for Ihe love of sports ratlier than for championship.-;. • K <;:i:--. Kli..(!..- .-rli.ilai . liiii.i .\'' A . I I t s. y. tiilt 11 . • Ii • apl.-iili .It iTiic ..•,'•1. a.., I 1; i. Ily;itf. l;lic(i!.'-.i ~i!iiM;:f 'iuia .\i' !.,iil ,-;i 4. and iiac 1. -t .i j;.; . I i:\ .i. •! tiiree vear.- I'fi' -i-Tele|i!ioii" to I.S. your (,"! ti.-.sified Ad:^ > Tnnigllt :it Knft SrotI iiniitli. or middleweight will lo Irlin .lohiin.v- Miigner. li' ; he does it lie will hnve to lie. as Floyd llowers ' reinarkeil here 111 sj week, "a Imigh \\ny," Play the Came JT is. my thought that the ball players are going to display - a of 1926 would react unfavorably | belter spirifthis season. I look for «n ibaseball. i , it to be prevalent from the start to ijlj: reply has always been Che the linish ot the schedule, •arae—"I do. not think ap; Of i^ie past it has been more or course I have any number of rea-1 '"^^s the custom for teams that were sons for my- optimistic attitude, yut of the money or had their the^ most important being that the money poaitlona cinched, to play gkme Is far greater than any indi-, careless, indifferent baseball, vtdual or group. , { While there is nothing actually Itrmay surprise, but now that i methods, other than all the taagles have been straight- | 'fJi"""!!?. e »^e_ their best elforta ened-out, I'look for the uupleea- anc* bappe.niugs of the past winter tu react for the good 'of the K<">ie. all the way, major tcagu^ ball players are cejrtain to be far more thorough on tl Is point. For a time, at least, the fans are certain to be more critical and they have eve^ry right to be. Careless methods have laid the players open to tiiispicloii. when rrall^Dothlng wua in error/ The placers have situation The Ever Suspicious .rhRUE. the accusatiuus that were bandied back and . forth last winter have created a teujlency ; created the i unpleasant towards suspicion; ;and must'clear it up. But after all. there always have I The one positive way to regain been a tot of people luterested in any confidence that ha.i been lost, sport ever ready Uo vuib^ the \ is to^ tight to the linisli, give one'g flnger of suspicion ^ anjr act thm best all the way and dhow no f» - failed to meet with iheir'appro^-iivorii. These peiisjmuitl^ folk prlibably : A la-? fr brand of baseball, to mT '.'Will be uverfeusi>ticlbus tblH «uni- way o( ihiukiiig. Is certain lo arlao •:• tomt ijrbDU tovoM olwrw vrra \tk lUf . uui ibv ruljw «(Utt tsudaL BENEFIEL LEADS ! VALLEY SCORERS Independence. Kans.. . JIar.- S. I i.-\l'i~-C!iel Ueliefiel of (.'olfeyville : kiili a lotiil of point.-;, won in-! lividiiai scoring honor.s- in the • tVerilictji* valli'V league. Spong of ' Fredoiiia was second with SG'; points. Otlicr.s in ordir named: .McUeynolds. Coffeyville. .s."i ^ poitit>; Itobstin. Neodesha. 7!i '', lioinis and Feallierncill. Imlei ••nd- ' •lice. 7i; points. .McKeynold--. .-lUred ' ilie iii 'iist field .Roal.^ with , liirt.v. whili" F.atlierticill and Siioiig tied | for lliejiiidst f II e thr .iws wjth 22 i ••ach. i \ HARDWARE & Vj IMPLEMENTS lOLA-I^J-AJ* J7/?ce /6S7' :MANA(;ERS WITH ATHLETICS rliil::i!>Il>;ii:i. -Mai'. S. -If base- :>;.ll ii.aiia;;! r.^ wiUi lepatatioiis as -kJlleii straiigi^is ciiiint in • the \-.i:,rung III games. Connie JIack's .\'Iileii(s sb'iiild be a big factor ill iji'- I'.'JT ireiiiiani race of the Allinrjraii letigile. His recoil- ml I'll team lit ^s six former nian- ::-•<!-. tliiee 'elayi rs and thr<-e .• (Kiih"--. Ty Cuiili. nianager of Deti -Dii last year, will he in right !':c !ii; KiliUe Ctilliiis. who led the Wli; e s<i\ last sea.'oti. will play .-'•cofid; anil Kack Wheat, once aiaiiiiger li.-otcni.of Miooklyn. will itikejcai-" of ;eft field. Among the 1 iiacUes are Ira Thomas, former nianager of .Slireveiiort. . of the Textis league; Kid Clea.son. who managed thi- Chicago- White So,x. and Karl .Mack, former nianager <•! lealiis I'l tile nine Kidge :iiii| rilele.|-;ye ilfagllCS. | PARSONS bUINTET FINISHES THIRD I mi. Iieiideti'e. .Mar. S. (Special) I'lr-i.tit; iiiiiior coll'-ge' finished liiiil ill Ihi' Kanv.-is .liitiior College j (• )iiit r. nee iaei. liy defi^aling the led leiideiic I- iilllior < ollege (|lllh- i-t In I.. la-l night L'l to .'1 in a - Telejdione your Classified Ads fo LS. • i _c Tonight- .Vgahl Wednesday 2 Hours of Real Enjoymenl .SHE WAS A i^GORGEOUS BASSiON FUOW^ W ITH THE DURO Autornktic Water Soft- €|ner, every home or apartment houses old or nisw—may have; pure; softened city water, softer than rain ivater —in unlimited quantities—at every faucet in the house! ]It is quickly and easily installedf -j -and tfien there is nothing further to do—for the Durd Softener is com' filetely self-operatiig. There are.but two types of water softeners-p-hand-jperated and autoinatic. The'DURO Automatic entirely obsoletes the ojd style hand-dpeirafed water softeners. It is the water softener you will buy. No wonder the Duro Softener is called the-greiatest deveIo^)n}ent in recent years. ELECTRIC & .PLUMBING CO. K\mO STORE" mi EJ .Mailisoii momatic Walter Softener ,<^jSENSATION ^ .Miilint'c IOL - and 25c; Nijiht lOc and 35c TO: Clara I {o\v. Kllioll molher. .Mary Carr. and many olhers in- Styld and Value STKP KKJHT INTO - <ii.-tiiu-li\i' .-lylf.-^. .Mi lijr 'iit or (iaric a .-ti:i<li' iifafic.-;. - liiii'd Uj) in tho most livj ih'W hi .sts.' Tans in :is ;i.> vim (h 'iiirc—as wdl as The Fint'.sl \aluos al $5.00 "'$6.00 STYLE ^LEADERS fJ ERE it an Ibanez Kory pf love and panion ranlcioK with hit greatest tales, "Tbe Four Horsemen," 'The Torrent" and "Blood and Sand." An epic' of woman's power,' a flaminK' picture of a modern -siren. With Greta Garbo, who has set all filmdnm aSame with her beauty. GRETA GARBO ANTONIO MORENO Lionel Banymore Roy D'Arcy H. B. Warned Directed by FRED NIBLO : thy Ftmum from {the tlorf by BUtco "CAPr Vi >n'>e read :iltoii| dried iilioiil il. YDII'* '•.\p»'elHd lo .»<•<• it. .I'enrless rlnrllj. I fCaiT—lAST TIMES Dtxtor, Robert Elljs. that wonderful AL PUNISHMENT" it. .voii'vp (lioiitrhl alioul ll, you're wdn- k- talked alioul il. .\oW see II lis jou nerer I'lie siicial iirolileiii of Uidiiy, presented vrith 1 I I bride of a Mapne woods- flirt who all too man—a.lurinK littl I sniile.s and .'^parj^ile ^^ngeiou.sly. Gripping! Sensational! Different! By ttie author of ; "Maia._ Street," "Eabbif and "A^ronr-= smith."! " . i: .Aesop's Fiililes—Topirs of (lie May \ - F^>.\ I'oniedj 'Tlie Triiiils WhauV' Malliieos U)r.2<>e; Mirhts Kloi-rtOf i ' ( oniini; Wednesday \ii;h(;tt \ RAY AND E^THKR ! .MIVKLTY V.\ri »KVILr .K .U T I SinRiiiK. lalkinK. and heavy wi -iglil conii'dy. iliacic Ifalani-iiiK ; Willi li'. of. tir-^li. Xhur^dajr Special—"Fig Leates" I.. K. IIORTII.I.E. IT( A. \V. BKI'K, YMe-1'r.s F. 0. BEN.SOX, Cluliler idenf ['•lenl E. I,.\.\D, Asst. Cashier SIIIVEI.V. A.sst. (asiiier Capital Stock Surplus lOLA STATE BANK WE PAY INI EREST ON TIME DEPOSITS .......$50,000.00 .'.....$43,000.00

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