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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

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I- !; • ; SECTION I'WO THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 10, 1927. PAGES 7 to 12 IVhat llns (tone Before • (larrett Kolsoin is-v.';t;il)hril f<> death while swininiliig ut Uueaii Town. N. J. I FoLsoni'* hathiiig win paiiions • lia'l been Roger N<'ville, a! hiisi- iiriis imrlner; Mrs.'llelor I^arna- bv and Carmelita j \'iil(l<ip. j AnaslaHia FolHrliii. ilcir<>iilrir . SI III niaKterrijI KlHt <>r Or tjlie tiwul . II hii, arrlVfH anil taM'H ((iiiiiiiaiKl .•Vjt tjie in(|iienj 11 1^ li'arijcd iliiit ili<'- death wcapiin Wiui a iiirhai). all Orlenlal kiiUe, iiiid il liad |)<X'M biiiiKlU on ih<! hoardwallf. Il !•! leariH-d Ihut <IIM' rniyiloii KiNir» In a faiK lur nf ji'MrliiiiH weiijKiiiM, .lie adinilM liii ,\|ln« iwoj kniv .'M bii' iifit Uic |il< hii||. .'liaMlaHl I eii «iiK<'H 'rmm IIIKUH. . iiii irclillMitJ j" Wcirk on liie CH.MI', I lull I'ell ^iii' th>' d<'a (l tiiiiii':* lUM hi'W. aiTlVi 'H siliil U ^lilrlKiied hy tuW" I'liifiiiri l ''n'in 'h di 'lJH In 'Kol loiirH tooiii.. V (ii 'oyiloii- .S >Mf'i':i ' liiili.il.i an- disiWiveicd 111 a iiiil<-bfiok ol! Kid- ;-on '!! and I'dlmi lliUihw liiM tin 1 I" bad luTii iloinu soni"' Jdai'l. niailinc. Kolilii' Hi-.ir.^. Oroydon's Hon is worried now tliat .>]iisiii cioii is re.'ftlnt; on his' latli'-r.. Kipurs tells iiliii IK- has Uarm-d thai C:royd«li jSears had .pnr- eha.tod a Ihijfd IdaRKer. The cldoi; .'iears .sends lor I'leiiiins Stone, famous (leioeliv"-. who arrives sooti a ft IT. .\iMv i;i> On Uilh the Story , (•H.\l'TKIl XXXVll. With {'roydoiiiSears and Kluiiiiiis .Siono laiiie also Tili' KiRK-. win.) was deeply impii-ssed witii ,Ston<''s (harm.' having e.xpeetvd JI. nuuh more iiro .siiio and business-like Iii 'rsonai;e. For FlfininK St<in<- was one who. to a marked degree, look color Irom bis siirrouiidinRs. .\nd now. at siKht of the sea and lllr iiitiTVeMliiK boardwalk with its Idarc of jrolor and sound, as well as ilu' n:iy hustlejol' the'. iniiin"<liatv ( rnwd on tlielKit'd dec "Tlipy aire Jiiter jonT' Slon;. see, Kleininc, I lle'l." . ii'^keil. ••Very iniieli ;itJ-!r ine. Yiui V largely ... V .' weapon, rather careworn air droiijied ironi b;in. and he smiled with t!ic ''••,),,.yv- liKhl of a eliili'at the spcciacl.c. he (X-! "^•••'i- that "u. Ilivy !oi|<ii|.-,« liii!>. !(.al ".N'cver been Jiere befon I plained. lakiii;:'it all in r.ipidl.v; .-is ho seated hilikself. "I've l>ei -n to the .New KnKlajld coast rcMirts and the soiithi'iu: and western one.,. Hut never, before rhalrceil <in .New .lii>ey'.< shoi-es. .MiiM allraelive, 'iKi. \V«dl. 1 .s'lippos'e that's the • put wlieii; the body ua? lonior," • ml- lie swi*pl Ills aim vai;ilely ii,- wnrd the wide expanse of .-ea'. " ••'I'liat'i ;iboi|l it.' aKrieil <:io>- deii '.SiMii , •Uiit. 1 hay. olil inan, . II Miii'd rat Iter take liididay t<idii% i and not" eVv'll roll.ilder the iai,e an'. Ill toiiioiiovv, Jti'il nay Mo.'V •till no, I'd liiilier tiear the <\i • I ill- rliMif off. 'flLen wni r»m hiive .1 "I-.' ii.M'l <lliiiier. and then wo i:'i' hii.Ve a lioul at the brlKll| llKlit:< J^'ii- wliillever. Ibey oiler by Way of • veiiliiK enleilaiiiinent. Then w>' ';.|( i;oine back lieie and s'llle •di.nvii ;Ui (be real work' in lian<l." .•slollii'.s' ple .is .illt smile he'-led oil I.Vilii:!, ,111 (1 all at once the boy felt [onildeliee and 'Tiiirety tliat then' wai no fnriber trouble jii store r.i? Ills-/ill li-r with a mini like that at the lielni. So Willi .1 liKhl heail be w-nt oft ill si 'an !i ol his Aii(;el. and the tlivee ipen ,selt!e(| (low II lo coilsid- eiatir ,n -()f their case. ''llon't • think I'm niiii '1- wander- in;; if I j:::zc .about." Stone Said, "-miliiic. . "I love to absorb tlieso sitibts and so'inds, and instead of disiraclin;; my attention Ihey helii to (oncentrate )';" on the (|iie:itio(i "They know about that, don't a.'-siiiee. and the pi( :!a<| ilii' one Ib.ii f;'unii in Hie (.eiaii \r killed Folsoni. .'Vow. il ;iy also iliat I boimlit two < that iHKht in (lie same pi:i. remarked Stone. "Yes. Well, he (lidn'li make a biu iiii.sine.ss of this;>iie only n.sed ;i "f.'w- ch'rtce secr'jts liidoncinR lo a few chides frieii(l.<. or (•ncniies. ol'h's. .\n(l I was hononvl with a p!;u:e anioif}; tjie.sc. The secret those hounds of the law would think, and w-{lll reason, that as I h.id bought np^rc dagKers that night, 1; miist Of necessity he the one who had made the fatal .stub. So I denicMt having returned and let my ca.«e rest on the daggers I had bought while hith Meeker, •who could vouch for the truth of my story." I i "Why J didn't Ihey 'jnc'.v you when you weiii ba-k ai((| bought the la.-t lel7" "I don't kn()w. i chan (ed to i buy then) fro n a man I , didn't know, hill Ilie otli -r clerks; stood aboiil. it's 'I big hli'ip. liet the poiol i:< lhal HoniHboily ;e|se iMil go l !lere about "lie ijiiiiie |[lm 'e 1 (lid am (IK ; I-.,- I',e h indle ln .it held L.lled • mall 'Inireit nc'r" to 'le 11 Mild." •IIK- 1I"\V llie (leadly Weapon w.i aidy, boii;;ht. They Knj IjC.e :ll |(lM l '.\M (I iM 'ei: 111;. piiN -'-ssioii, (11 (1 I !ta( 11111- •1 l>''' ii\ flint I c here jii lia\(:' no the main murder'.'" •"^'oii know, of course (le 'iiils (if tlKj Folsoni s .iid '^S('ars. "Yes, All that was in the pa- pi :s. aiwl all that 1 could piece (lilt niy.ielf fr'^in the newspaper reports. ' TJlat's ail. What els(- (an .\()i| t'dl nie'.'" , 'I." Se.irs .'^aid. "will tell you 111.' (^« !i pL 'r.-oiial and individual eonneetion with the matter, and len ItiKgs will tell you what he nows or thinks about other peo- pl-."You li;live a personal and indi- vidiial ((>iiiiectipn with 11. then'.'"; St 'Viie a'ked. "Yes. o"r I ijboiildn't have < ailed yoiiLdowii here in siK h baste. I've no de.siVe to be arrested, and it's a filing th;it may easily conic about. I'nless we h«id iifl the energetic and triilh-seekiiig poli(:yneii:" "The.v are afli.r you'.'" "Very; niiich after nie. Y(iiii :iec, Fleming. 1 lied." •Hid it pay'.'' ^ ; "it l)e;:i'ns to look as If il ididn'l, but that's for you to pass (ipinion (piv You see, till! in(|ulry nalural- liii'lber iiilcK -l 111 llu ;i| (I '.iit illiC' l).ive ,a deep liitere-l i -ii'li.- Ii 'iiii wllo bought what is ;(a<leii a blllld'e at tlie >>allle HIIOII l .llel' llie same eVelillli;.": i ' They ddii 'l know w li(| be wjas'/" 'A'o; ami of lalo they /have ('nine to the ( oiK'lii <|(i I III.(I li n.iu ]." "ft wa>iii!i '•• • .No. |( ^'.1 II I 1 111! (11 the mill ib'r( r w;i'ii 1 liiil I did return to tli;it 'di'ip l;ii( r_ ili;il i\'(. Iiilig. ;(iid I (Ilu buy il li'iiiidle Itiat ('(ilil;iiiied two o (l(|. ' HI-';'iiili( ;iiil (l.igtiix. .\ii(|. «li <ii Ihey ajked nie at; tin- IlKlllest ir^ 1 ll.lll .i.llirileil lo| tile s!iop tll ;i| ^ii^ht. I :;ai(l no," ' "I I 'm ;Fleiiiiim .Sl(iii(( bipked at bis i 'lii 'pd wiili a ::l,iii'ee «{ af-, le (iiiiii ;iii(l lrii>l. .Vol for a:mo-| nieiil (lid be (iii (>li(in tie- good I lailh of S( ars l (iw:ird hiiiiself. I wbii'evcr lie iiii:;iil li.ive doiK^ on; llie •.vitiiess >-Ia:i(|. ' ' "4 did it." .S ;;irs went (ill. "be-! (.iii ^e if I bad said I .vent back j '!;ere. they would ti:ive ai (iir((| ;is- i siim-(l ;hat ii «;!.; one df my «liig-• gers tl'il. killed FoNom. anil it w.-e^n'l.." I • ".\iid to have tie- milter. broit;;ht iiiio (pievijDii would li;ive wro;iiglit l';irm to sonieiufe ('ls(;." Slope Kaid, iiiidei st^mdingly. "IC .v.ietly. .\ harm .-iiid a .s^mie- one <dse|i|iaf 1 cmildiri albiw." ,".\'o. jWell. il^goi you into a snarl?" 1 , "It ha- lieuun /o look that Avay. flei -e 's ihe iriilli. You' listep in. Kiggs. riarretl Folsoai hail a pleasant iiip. w:iy iif making i'a.pi- tal out ( I otiticr p( <>i!e's -eeijeis." ••'It ha.' been (!o)i>\ rvi<' h( :(r(l." r(d,-mine i u I'.b my . i'''J!:r;i(< forliitlalc. , r-- icdij will neve I'll. Il'lit ; • xp'.'.> Il ;t » I l-e not deep. \;igllelie .->i llial wiiiili bov that lal he knew hud lo do iniily tree. It is not of |iil iiaiure. but il .is unit l .s a blot on tho >Oi-ii. left alone, j "IKI <i"rsM«ns her, be brought into the 11'- I all lial III no one. If 1'! iiii-iiiidcisli od. as :l 1 udiild noun a siuidcv beiaiiHe of its very but a hint of blJirknehs m ;.tr i ;i'' lutiire of my woiibl perbiipM KlHIld In the ilaKgers I hall I ol<om. Tliat 'H II find " "'IVi it 'e (be niati i <ald F |e II ii.; Moiie. The p.-ograiii .-tl I'le } bad geslel wa 1 (arrlrd oiili at,('.,••:. a result. •• wah 'laje i:i tic eveiiini; liefore lh(.- ( (infelilK •• look p :;ie<.. In b ; ine .iiilin:-. t -i • d.l- i liw ll.|(| ol'-.'.',-.. •! Hie {!' ( ip;ils oi lie '.-ase. IS p:iinted , i.i (.• bii i I y ^Se -irs at dinner til ;ii|d al o bid . galliered sideli ,-li;.s •.n'n ile- re-' mark;- am! -(immeni-; .f He ' ^ ol tin Ir i.ntiie'Iiali ji.iriy. , The r ..iir 111 i lii%- d •'••li. (> • t ^ once, 'or ii) OIK C HI ;I-I ler j Flemini; Stoin; v..(s dif i typ"i that could coninniiid iiiteresi ,if IK; ] chose, or if i( beiier i'liiteil his I l.nr.'e .e-, he cniild i :ak • him elf' .so i;!'">ns)ii( ti-n.-i^, s(, in?tiwiilii ant. i •bit i-e utIl'I'lK I II.. .I 'llllioll whatever. On this oei'i.sicii lie V.MS (II .inning, a man -if l!.-- wdrld. i gtuxl talker, a liolil-- gU"s(. and both receptive ami re>poi ,MV.- in ; .i !.M< •> •-! the i.fi, IS ; .M ;i (l''i;iie l!i:ri (i:i. ai fi-i i\v-\ b.'.--:^-sed i! :lio 'i4''" iii .(iii 'g! :lu- celebr :.i( I d-^i.live ^ oon ; f( u:>d herself .!t •• i-( in iiis pres-! eiice and meeting bi;-cliifi will-; a gayety of her o-vn. Angel, too. w.is faKc 'iiateil liy Ihe newcomer, anj Robin dr(daved she had forgotten his very c.vist-! ence in her attention to tliis new rival, . .N'ed narron, in bi -i biu hearty way. smiled genially or th(-ni all. I!nl Karron toid: liti'ie part iii the light banter. ('I'» Ilf ( ontiMuedi ' COUI»jTY LINE (lt(>ra L. Ogle.) Mar. —.Mr. and .Mrs. Cay Ibn- drick;4 and Billie .Ma.x visited at the pareiiial Uukart home .Sunday. .leffie eVielo i-? helping move a drilliiii; rig iiear L'(ilony today. .Monday. j . . ' i U'i'l liyfield and family visited j at Cliarli'- Wldls's .Siinday and got i ac(|ii ;iiiii .!d \vjth the new boy. .Merle | Kllgelle. .'dilioii Iiyliidd Is w:orking for I.esi. r Itiirr ijear I.eroy. .Mrs. KItiieri Knoll hits been (|iiil(? sick with t!i(i till, Ivan .S(-ltlf niyer \if able •(( he up .liter a lit'sle with the measles. ;.\lr Will! Ilyriejd and lleiilall vf-ilei| Miiiiilliv ;iliernooii vvilh .Mrs. \'e;||.- Kyriellf -. ^ .Mr .\1 1-; Settlemyer and l:iinily htlVe le-ell III of llll. Does ybur child cough at A 'cou }sooth- oughing ch;l(l needs tWssoi Jng relief of Cliambcrlain'* Cough Itemedy. For &l years. Mothorr. havn relied upon iL Ix-t it holpyour chdj, to-night. A.-ijc yourdniggiit. ' Mothers-write for free Iwiklc? on "f.-ire of the Sick." (JhamberlHii M(-'dicinet'o.,Cu! Purk, Ucs Mi^nca. Contains no nieohol or nrirroticn i CMtLDHKH'!; COUGH 'REMEDY L 'OOS£NS'T Have Better Gardens i{r/SoExy"Planters BarteldesHandyloZ' Carton H ERE'S the way to cleaner, healthier seeds and niore abundant garden cropSi The Barteldes "SoEzy". Planters brinji you seeds fresh and full of life. These ihandy 1-oz. sealed cartons protect seeds sRainst dust and contamination. Insures letter viial- ity and better crops. Has spoilt for easy planting;. , jCIosing Spout se.ils the carton. Keeps seeds in perfect condition until you usa them all. Wo mixing, no waste. | ' ^ Barteldes Seeds also .sold in big full weight packages now. only 5;*. They are pure, hardy, tested for | vitality and thoroughly cleaned. Famous for producingabundant crops. Depend on the.se sure growing seeds this year. Buy Hideous Dreams Vanish; Wichita Matron Tells How Teniae Freed Her From \ Miserable Nights and Dayi of^Weak' \ . ness and Nervousness ^ "I was weak and worn out," writes Mrs. Mary. Muehlliergor, of 439 North EdwnrclsSt., Wichita, K.an3a.s. _ "Housework was out of the iiiies- tion. The least evertioii eaiiseii mo 8overphcn(laehes:iii(|(li/./.iti'e>s,ii't)(!my back ached a.s if it w a.s gidiig lo liicak. '"Ilm(|tt>keejiiiw;iyfr(itiimo.^t!»iii(l-i of foody ami wor'l.-i miinot (li'i-Viibo theternlilehpells.if indiKc-doii I liml. "I HiilTered >.(i( Il -cniollieniiK spell-r th.it fuiriielinie-* it fo.ik 'jriiours !)(>- ftirc t got r^-Iief. i\ervoir'iM.«« kept mecrosrtnnd irnlalile. I fuel l(i(le.iim (Ireaiii", and woiiM wake iip erving. Often I <lreame(| of relativ( .i dviiig, in(| ."pcui (he tii\t, <l;iy-nerv(iiif|y rea.(Iin(!; (he |i;(ii.>rs to if my 'dreatn.s were true. "Tanlar rmlcl ;ill thi.; w'orrl- an'l ncryou!ine .s;< for naf. N-.w I sleep like. % hcalt.h.v child. .\I v appetite nr;(| di- M-'lion are gnod. I can do my nwn heavy work, and J:^- weight ha.-5 gonij up from 115 to lOi'Ilis ' ro.ssil)Iy you know all too.well tho terrors of nervousness and indigestion that Mrs. Mudilbeiger sajd were her lot'for two ycat^. If yoit, too, sufiTer them, you also rh.iy Iwnefit a-tshc and thousands of others have benefited from Tanlae. Tanlac is a great tonic, a fine up^ builder of weight and strcngtJi. Tan- lao is nature'.s own^ remedy, made from roots, bark.s .-rnd herbs. Ask your druggist for T.inlae—today? i your seeds!in Barteldes SoEzy'*' Planters. At Your Dealer's i i -•>' 60 Years Service to Gardeners Thu marten th# 9Kh AnniT*'r9»ry of th« RarlHdM QtimTrty fW4 a»unnff •axi.«fs<'tion to jtw«. 60 yeara of ^x- p^-h^W^ «t«n(l behind buy. Grm What This cloes the work of 50 pounds of Iceland inore —every day! In Jhe nr.vl eliaijhT Fleming Slone xi'PkK nut .Medijliiie Karrou • The first war ve^se| In the world be llghiid hy electricity was Iho the way (i| the liapplneM-' of iny roll. i ;(/b !u. -I jilii willlni.' to lie more etplfcli, I iini willing,lo tidl .\(iii the whole story, but not at t III ( •monieiit " ".\'or ( ver," said' Fleming Stone, while Itli4gs noiblcil In assent. "t !o on. .t'ory You fell ili;ii If ymi «(•!>- (|ii<-<iion.-i| ;ii all this thing would ((Hue.iiat "Ye.-. Iiisl that. 1 k^ew 1 was iliiioceid i (if Folsom 's ib.atli. but Is explained in wonderful Book sent free to all Expectant Mother* • A K 1*> Ih*- mnnth< of r»r'ii"'*"- *-ai .i 'r, frcrr Treim trnninn nn»i p .-iin uti 'l m.ike th" hirth y-ir rhiM . kappy <-v< nt by luins " MOIHT '.* rrirn.l." CJint for <'xp»'riiint mt'thrr^. /.»i'»ii-n an-' 4'rtttiona of ft*othrr*. l-'rifml** Hi our mothrr-i and jcnin<I- mothcrs dM; i>tart today, and rrfan- \\hilc w TlTr *n Itrilf]- R-A 17. AMsntJi. i;^.. for w-ntl'-rful frrr hookl'*l (n-nt iji plain rnv'';.tp''i ri»n- tmivinK informh' ITI ••vriy r\i..'r?afit.m'ilhrr should have. : Ik'jrin u » i n t ^ *"M'ith*?r'i« I-'rirml", »tow and you will fii'ire *h«* wi^ flom of-doinif no a.i th*» wif'is r*»II by i "iAnlhrr'n Krirnd" ' i.< •'»ld bjr ali guot^ Stomach Misery Quickly Ended. \ ReadTo-Day'sOifer >o Wore l»!strc>H Voiir Faith In Pepsin. Whrn Von Put HureN .MentlDi .MO>KY H.V< K OFKKK, -Don't ,worry any longer about ^ distress after eatnig. heaviness, gas X^or .sour stomach for just one tablespoonful of Uare's Mentha Pepsin, | a delightful elixir, will stop fhe distress, and. iiiake your stbmach feel fine and fit., i Thousands wil'l' vouch f<ir tlie truth of this statement and thousands more will tell you- that the., nio.st Ftubbora eases rapidly yield to this woudertiil medicine. ' and that stomachs :babitually weak and ' upset from- overwork or abus^. or a dyspeptic condition, are ijuickly I e'nefiled. Try one bottle. If It doesn't help you Cook's Dhi^ Store or any ("iruggist will gl.ad chase,price. |y return the pur- A Good Connection —and (tne of liic best cnniieetion.-^ whicli Ihe.sc : these two well known'lola people have is with us. We keep hei: dainty dresses, lingerie, gloves and coaits clean and neat.: Hid wardrobe freshly pressed. Phone 105 .1 S-PASSENORR SPEEDABOtrr |7M 4 -PA8SEN (^ER SPEEDSTER «78S COACH «73S COUPE $735 SEDAN 9795 All price* f.o.b. Datroit, pTaa war «xc/se tm* tfSUPEJ^SIX And it differs from all Other "Sixes'- ,' —not by Uttle margins—but bold, vivid advainta^es that instantly stand out f irom all coniparison. Here is SO miles an hour all day l<mg, with ease to car.and comfort to pas- serigers. (Yet that is far below its mai^imum speed.) Here is size, generous passenger ropm, simple, positive controls. No I cari of any price excels its easy rid- ing^iiualities. Here fs economy, engineered not only to savings 'in fuel and oil, btit particularly to freedom from early depreciation, and to lowest maintenance costs. There are four DCW bodies on the Essex Supei|-Six chassis—beautiful, smart in line, luxpr^ouji in uphjolstery and appointment^ Ttiey are the greatest and deservedly most popular values Essex ever built. Be ready for hot Weather- make your ice bpx a Frigidaire I F IT were possible for you to keep your ice hiix filled—conscmtly— Z4 iionrs a <!.Ty— you uotili:! '; stilt not liavc as /;obd rcfri;;ci'.ition as titc FTit^iJ- ; aire frost-coil will give you, without any .itcentiort • on your part. If you have any standard make of ice-box, you can have Frigidaire installed in it and from t.'iat time you can forget about refrigeration. Your meats, .vegetables and other foods will be kept better than you were ever able to keep them before. Spoiled foods will be a thing^,of the past. Come in and let us demonstrate Frigidaire to you. Bustard Ca. SALKS and SERVICE 20S N, Viashingff»n Phone S;}I PRODUCT^ OF GENEBAI. MOTORS * V i • Ihe Super-Six Principle Amannj Bud White Motor Co. 219 South Washington, lola, Kansas lO. Phone 180 Buy Now at a Saving 8 Pieces in Walnut • Kaixly iiiflr-cd {loo.'^ th': opportunity roriitr fo introduce a l^eaulifiil fiiiiinw room .siiilo of t^uch splonrlid char- attcT'at a price anywhere near .so low. Well con.structed ill c'Vfry respect, in a design and fini.-h liia*. will make you proud to show this new dining furniture to your friends. Wo havo jti-it received our .spiiiig .'tock of popular priced Draperies. A W. Beek Furniture Co. li

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