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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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I THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 11. 1927 iWh«t llns Gone Before Garrett Folsom is slabbed to ' death while swimming at Ocean Town. N. J. Kolsom's hatliinB fonipanions hiul be «.-H Roger Neville, a buni- ni-s8 parlner; Mrs. Helen Barnaby and Carmolita Valdon. • .\nastaHia FolHoni, eccentric and inaKlcrful sister ot the dead nian, arrives and tukeH coniniaiid. At'Tlie Inquesf it js learned that the death weapon wan a iiichaq. :in Oriental knife, and it had been bought on the boardwalk. It IK learned that one Croydon SearH IH a - fancier of ciirlouH wearions. Ho.adniit.s hiiyinR two knives hut nn| the piehaq. .\naHfa.'da enKancK Tlttis RIKKH. | an iirchltect. to workon the ta .se. I>an Peltoii. the dead man'H nephew, arrives and ix InlrlgUfHl by some curioiis French dolls In Kofsom's loom. Croydoji Sear.< seuils for Flem- iiiK .Stone, famous detective. He tells him Kolso .ii had been blackmailing him and he had lied at the inquest but was innoceni: Stone meets others of the circle; incJudins .\ed ; Uarron and his wife, Madeline, and begins {iniellyito work. >on ji .'o On With llic Story Caxdiyn CHAPTER XXXVIII. i .\ed parron was a simple-minded, single-hearted man. ^vhose only intecsst. outside his business life, w;;s his devotion to his wife and child. Several j^cars older than Madeline; he worshipped her aa one mieht adore an idol; and it she sometinjes sacrificed her wishes or preferences to his, it was not with his Icnow-IedRc or consenl. In the present inetaace, though she would have gladly gone away from the seen'- of thi^ tragedy that had so disturbed her peace of liiind. she kiiew o'r his liking for (he place and t">ok i -a're not lo lot Dim know she- woul 1 rather he clsewhei-e. Fleniin; .Stone., iiis dark eyes alight wi h essjoymeiil of the whole Scene, uitssed no point or detail or tiie conversation, and realized that, tbnogli the matter of Ciarrelt Folsom's death was not entirely taboo, yet il/vyas not openly dis- ctifised. '• ' This might have "leeii merely he- icaiis'j It was no fit subject for ta- Ible talk, 1ml to .Stonu-lhat did not I seem 111" truth, lie nensed a deepr jer reason, :t ; iibtbr cause for the lavi'i.Irm'f of the iriallcr, or fur a j<|uli'k. decided change of iiulijei'i If ;:il cliaticeil to he touched <uy ^ii- Tllli (mi'ies:ieil liilU, JUS^Njje J«l (o udili to tilid mil tvUn wciT»>.lhe (ilieii IIIOKI illHliiclilli 'd , lo refer lo jtlie liiiitlitxiiM Which bad brought llllm ilowii there. i And a lew liicllieuU' »otinldera- :l'-li |i|o\ei| II (II lie Miidelllie lliir- I 'liii cinl her trleiiii. MiVii Fair. 'I"lit» MUliiilsed .St.ine; iinlll he reall/ed that lliey were the only Hvoineii lueMciit, ;iii<| iiaturally ibe iniliiiue nature reyoUx fi(*m bouKhls of Kniesomelless (ir eiiiiie. ;ny On willingncsn! in her eyes, but ^hc a^jceMeil' li^s invitation gracefully ard they Htartcd off. The night was pleasantly cool, and the gay Imardwalk, with its color Hnd lightn. necm^l to be the edge of the world against the tlatk abyss of sea beyondT .\fter a few casual remaikH Slono said, quii'lly • • •Vou know why 1 am here. Mrs. Harron.. Vou know 1 miist ask quesiioiis of any ohe' from ^hoiii t think 1 can guin Infori^mtlon.". "Hut you can't get iny; from ni"!" .Madeline spoke nimoHt 'hyH- terlcally. "Oh. Mr. Stime, don't tulk^o mc about II!" •'That's why I brought yoit out here; NO 1 conld talk to you alone. For I'm sure it will be easier for you to tell me anything yo|i have lo tell without other listeiier.s;" "Hul 1 haven't an.vthlna; ti tell." "Then why are you so troubled uboiit it all? Why are you .Ho nervously sensitive to a Irugeiiy that is dreadful, to he sure, bu! is of no personal grief to you'/ Or is it?" , : "Oli, no, no: 1 had no personal didnt WI][EN PARAFFIN GETS RESTLESS, BETTER WATCH pUT Controls Life Two were killed. Iralfj a million dollai-/ wor; i >>' tcoperty destroyed, and the city of iiufTalo was ta 1 V of the Standard Oil C |0.,; plant itherc Jet go. .Many per- shaken for several miles whi;u a huge psraJJin ...... , ^ ^ sons were thrown from their beds by the shock, aucj ii bank alarm three'in 1 shows the wreckage, with lirtmcu at v.ork. es away Was set off. The^ picture HARRY SMILES'AT 'EM. Interest-in .Mr. Folsom; 1 know him, you see. Bni iiow i ha'o come to know his sister and hi-f nepliew—" ' "That isn't it. Pardon ine, .Mrs. Harrr/n, but tiuly it will be better for you to tell me just why ypu are so deeply concerned in Ithd i affair." . • I Madeline Rarron', lurnedl slightly unlil^shc faced her copipiinion. Her eyes looked big and dar|{, tor her face was white; and lier cheeks palcl beneath her light toalh of rduge. ' • \ For a'mohieut she hcsitaleilj then said: "I will tell you. 1 am worried, because f fear ihere is susilcion being cast on .Mr. Sears. IJif son.' yott know, is engaged to .Miss Fai^. who is my dearest friend. Shoiiiti any 'rouble come to Croydon ^jeara it will, of course, reflect on Hi bin." "You mean," Ktoiie said, gravely, "that you fear Croydon Scars is the murderer of Garrclt Folsom'/" "Oh, don 'l put it like that!' and .Madeline gaspeil. "But 1—y)'S. I :im afraid he w^ll be suspected of thill." ' ; "I see," Stone said, spei king :ihnyjy. "And I iinderstiinil. Now, Mrs. Rarron, he Is alrnady |Su«- pei'led. IH thore anything, laib- tlilllg at alj,'lllut you can lel| ine ili.'il has liny beMrIng on the i)ueH- tlon of his guilt or Innocuni-ef "lie Is HUK |iccled7". Madeline •ipoke 111 a wliiiiper, but hifr|llpti iliilvred and she showed u fa <}e of ul(er dbitreHM. • "I'eihapH HUMpecled Is loo Hll -oilt; a Word at pr 'esont, hut the p ^illce'^' Kansas came last Sunday to visit the Herman Wille family ami .\!is. Sophia Konen and family. Mrs. I..H. Lampe. who has been j sick for the past week is sonic I improved, being able to be uji at I this time. I ' Will Riley and -M. over to loia last noon attending tlu (,'harlie .Mrs. (lefirge I.amlhrrt atid -Mrs. .lohn Walttirs with lid Itilc.v irso- lored to Yntes Center last Tu'-^day ^10 have i -onie 'dental "w;;rk done. ! •A-'! Ha^ry Sinclair went^o trjal in Washington on a charge of con- lemitt of the Senate, he. must IKIVH heeji thinkinjt of the recent ficqiiiHal in the Fall-Doheny case. Anj^vay, he woie his oinlle. .Martin W. l.flllelon. of .\ew- Vork. (Iii.'i chief counsel, is wiihhlm. ^tQUA r nil !lUl\ it at now th<- SI. il will —N-i;.\. .-I JJr. Ouy AV. Cliirk ot the UniveiTlty of California 1 cu urchin, acit an l -Yaneiseo Hiiroau a.s discovered a blood I "A cdejiii nioliir is like a clear hi ad aiid^.i >(c .!»h iiaml il iiiiprotes 'J (Mil drhr.** l'."rtoieHin. "T(4'.'. ulV"—willi tleuii, rrcsii '..oid'n ( nnw <iil. UIM I ;riv;isHig of ail ]»art.-^ ol' y6iii' c:ii'. 'riu 'ii ;i l:iiil<fiil of jiiiick- (irii'.jr I .'.sli ;!a.s will ra ;T .v yuii tar i:U>'.\-^ \\\r "lairv.ay" ot ; l\ai;piiu -st-. These arc tlu- ti-ied aiu! {v,w I'^ilcs lor beatii?if tile "Ivi^ry'' of niotoi' Iroubio.-^. ' \ l.f'l ii.s serve you I , ' . - i Lesh Service Station Bubslance cabled "cocyiin." ,b \-IOrAnv Which he dec life in lower nance .starts ijfe in the ejrj; of,tha tares he can control animals. The sub- ording to .Dr. Clark. I.csh Tump Opposite Ice I'laht ELMER P: SLACK. Maiiagcr . | S. lUicon Were Monday afler- funeral of .\t si \iy-l:yc- Ciuiiife .Athle'ics i.-- (!r ;in oi Icamie liiaiia -'ii: .\l;!i -k iif tile liie mil jnr Have Frank T.FOIMOIU, roadm: the M. K. * T, lallriiad former reislilent of riijiia (] located al .Kiiipoiia is In •Milry's ho^ijrital al St. l.oiil he was operated on for gaiLsioiii .Monday of hiMl week, lie wii!* In il serious, loiidillon tor a lliiie but H lniprt)yiti|(. Mrs. Folsom Is wllh hini lo criiiiirort lii-t siiff'Mltig. i , ,, , L. . , ,, , , I • , M iand fam y asl Sunday -'Ihe iiioutli old baby boy of Mr., ' _ [ SIS. who Pleasaiit Valjey School (Isabel ('olvin andU..eona Sloiler.i .Mr. an<l Mrs. H;itry Siotler .'IMI family s|ient all day Suiid-iy with Air. and Mrs. Harry Streeter. l.eon.1 Sloller was ali.«ent .Monday, because of illness. •• I.eona Sliillei- anil Is-ibel f'olvin ^va^hed the | window curtains al school on Tuesday.' .Mrs. .lames Callow; v ' vioileil .Mr.=<. Walter Ci^vlii Sun lay. .Mrs. Alio ami little Kenneih and I.oreua ^iitterfii'M visited sirhool on Tiie:( jay aflej-- noon. We hail otir parly on list Frid.iy at se.hnol. .Miss llalzer'aideil t|ie losing side i In :serving! refre'h- drilling rig fiiriMr. Sherman that'">«'"'« "f <'»k" "u.Uiot cv,,(.:i after he bad used on |the Horvillc farm. ^^''^ ''nK!'*;'''! i" [ ei|ilierlng match. .Mrs. Irl Smith .'ind Aln; Harry Slrefi'|er and Winkle .street­ er were'Kiie!)t.'<. The afieniodn xyai! enjoyi'd very much. You a Hotise for Ri/nt7 Or for Sale? Want,to, buy anythinsr'/ Use the Classified Columns^! ids pure foods. To have easily digested igs use Calumet. Every ingredient offi- dally approved by U. S. Food Authorities. Kli-lii tisims ti'iiin ri<|ua and five leaiii'i from lola liViilli of lola. " Regular seivi will luove the rig Y"i il wa« impossil.Je to kei-p , I' Mas come to their ears s( me,ay from th.' subject vnlirelv .r j1'="' •'• , >ol',i ; On Ihe eiittance of .Misk Ana^ta-!"^ ,''°'?"^ f'"^' over;Croydon Sears, an/1 her nephew, ihev were, of ! •'"'' '""lil'e was about lo use itl" (iouise, poinie.i „„t to Stone us the""^ nonsense! As it a mi relatives of Oarrelt FolsoiU; Wiien Roger .Neville and t wo and.Mrs.; 11. C. Kuestersieffen. j , '^»"" are narrowing things 'down. | ami Ji s<'Hl-h of ,1'Uiua passed away Tlmrs- 1 -Y''>" hosplial. day, .March .'1. liiS". and was bur-;""" oiierali.|ii iid In the new cemetery. nlfoly. The Rev. Father Ileiuian who U ! .Anion Koliuer at the .Mavi) lios|iilal, Roche.^ter. | Ci'.rlvle. Illiiioi^j. .Minn.. uu<lerweut an operaiion : morning on the Sunflower S|>eyial. Wedni'sday morning. .March 2. and i lie is tniich in^proved in heallli is doing fairly well, as wo have i from his trip, no repi»rt to Ihe conirary. j .Miss i^ila Rin they lirive what they consider lordly direct evidence against hiiii. "And the motive'/" "It has eome'to their ears some- like ;Croy«lc,ii Sears Colild be afraid of a'liybody!" | j "A man may be fearless on i his women appeared, thev. too were! '^ "'"y 'earless on i his remarke<l as being of'the party to!""" account, and yet be distnibed on the account of others who lare dear to him." ^hit:ii Folso!i> had belonged, i "Whal do you mean, a parl> ?" ?loic' asked. "The ladies are not tere with Neyille"/". I "Sn." Hiirriin told him! "They are by themselves, the older one as a. sort of duenna for the beautiful Carmelim. Rut Folsom .lud Xeville were here l^jgcrher and they •'alhcr attached themselves, so that- the (|"artct was a congenial one. "Then after the tragedy .N'eville still Remained attached, al least to the Extent of sharing their table in the ( room, and acting as general ^avylitr." i He was F<dsom's partner? ^tone asi;;^, VaVching M^iellne! /'Pinions "f .his sistetj from the corner of his t;yc and i ^ioting .her restlessness. "In some things. But Oarrett ^'olsom had lots uf interests and doiiiii if Neville had ai'iything to ;i vviUi most of tliem." TilHs lliggs always sat alone at liis tahli^ io the dining room. Often, l^owever. his dinner over, he would .sJHunterto tjic table <i{ some friends t ^id have his coffee with them. He came now to the Barrons's hie and was welcomed there. 11 I n S<T • "Yes. that is true.. Vou mean Robin, of course. Well. .Mr. Stone. I wish I conld help you. If 1 knew .-iiiylhiug I wo'jld most certa nly tell you. But I can only assert my faith ih Croydon Sears and liis innocence, by reason of my respect and admiralion for the jnan and my knowledge of his general f ne- ness of character and Integrity " . "And yonr knowledgd of C.arreti Folsom?" "Is'only what I have heanl of him 'Since liis death. And runs the entire gamut, from hat the to the far less, eulogistic expressions of his nephew." Young Pollon had small lovf; fflir his uncle'/" "It would seem so. Thoug i C know little ol these things sav<l as? I h;ivei hearil' them discussed by others. Why; do you select me for: (lueslioning, .Mr. Stone'/" A sudden touch of resentment gave a; sharp! tone to .Madeline's I voice, and she looked sleadllyj aC^ I Stone as if demanding an answer. ei were held la;tl Suiidiiy al SI. .Martin's < hiii'i li by the Rev. Fathei- Itaill ' fioin St. I Paul Mission. . ' \MII lleiman nid lain|iy vi»Red with his hnrth-r. .lolin ' lleiman iftertiooii. Is al the Rochest<}r, .MIUU... Is im|>rovlng relumed from last Saturday VM noglster Wuntfi rin THE WORWS GREATEST B^KiNG POWDESt BAKINO EASIER— rrS POtlBIJC 4ctlWO ay. Times Those ofi Any C'Xber Brand , jUgir of lola was llubei:! lleffern came back from j visiting .Miss Mae lleckman .Mou- California the first of last week I day night, return and is visiting his father and I afternoon, brothers, .lolili Heffern and family. 1 Warivn Riley. .•\ bunch of men and teams iu|-~ick witli the ni charge of Will Heimaii wen: over'along nicelv. ; northwest of Vales C<nier after a ! .Mr.*. H. 'li. ; K ng home Tuesday who has been ieasles. is getting men of Parsons, i The Piercing Pidijs of iVIen and Women Evei:ywhere SeJdom Fail lo Get Quick IRelief From Paiii and Suffering! (To Be-CoDUnited) „„,,. Slonr lirni >>cs he I H «in tjir. ir vi.silor is, and she demands an i f''-'''' '""'»* «'liiirlfr "I briiig a message." ho sail!, as ' aci -epted a.cup of coffee,-"from Iss Folsom. She has learner! who iijlerview n' the eail'iest possible omeiii " "IliMianils'.'' and Stone raC'ed hi.; ebi (iw:; a I rifle.; "Yes, liiii Mil.n;. Foil,<>m alwnyr. •iiiaii'li;. • II':; oif ol her Utile ;i >K Whal -half I tell lier'/" "Tell her," Fleliliug SUine said, illiat I will gram, her dt 'jnaud, btri lir e\iiinjurs l-'olsHrirM piipcrs iny own good,'lime. - Tell lier at r propose lo have "a ride fin li.'ifr tliini;s and that wljeii rel'irn 1 will l«?ep tiny appoiii'l- '•iii she. may niakej We mii.-!l her. Se.irs. and lien nephew, <>. as ;;eiin :i?i niay be.' Stone's manner ciianged siidden- frOm gay 'banter to n. serious ne, and then lie inviled Ihe whole pjirty lo goon a rhiiir ride, slipu ling that he was lo have .Mrs. irron ;u: bis companion. He c.iuglit a faint flash of un- :ln rereii? y.'ilfH few bo\ern fn Australia liave made good in .Viilerlcau ling, hut In Ihe old dnya many ol the most brilllani iijlM poi-f.iiuieru hiiileil from that coifii- iry. .Some of Iho most noted .^Vffre Bob Fllxslmmons, Peter .Inrksiiin, .Mm Hall, .loeCoddnrd," Dan ('ree- don and Young (Jrlf/o. —Torturing pains—the kind that pierce aiid burn anil never seem to let up—that rob a man of his sleep —that intake him just a bag of nerves and till worn out. •Those are the pains thai dope and coal tar products can oul>' relieve. Thoi safe, effective way to 1:P!P get rt<l of the n. rsi>teiil. Aerve- rackiiljr pains of .Neuritis is to get a bottle of Allenrhu .Sin'ii.jI Formula .N'o. L". lie .<nro ; on get .Vo- 'J. which comr.'- in ca isulo form. Take thee, little da:k Igrern tail- Neuritis PER TON • F. 0.1 KANSAS CITY, MO. stills' as directed! ;ind notice' how in about 24 hourk they have con- sidenibly reducetl if not almosi banished those jsevere. torturing pains that have jcaused you .so many sleepless nights. Continue for twy or three diiys more or until you are satisfied with results. It doesn't matter how long yon may have suffered or whether yonr .Xeurilis is in th • shoulder, arm. neck or legs. .Alleiirliu Spct iai For- j inula .N'li. i slioubt give yon speedy relief. Cook's I 'Tiug Store or any | good druggist .will be glad lo supply you. j ipnthecomerc EMENTS ;POTATO i ' - ' • Plantiog Time Treat your Potato Seed before planting and be assured of a fine crop. There are two kinds of seed treatment. Both are inexpensive,! Let us tell you about tl^em. Don't neglect the. Dor- •nant Spray for your i'roit trees; Do it now! iiVe have- the material 'or treatjng j'our seed :orn. ; , . The EvaQ$ Store .MATI\Ki;,S *-':«» |i. «i. Ilally 17 1 to II :IN) p, m. Timt-s./rhc Fascinalinjr Fashion Show —IN- , A«iam (lidn't knov,- what he was .'^taVtinjr when he j K'-'ivc a rill lo loarn the titiaiiit old .'iirorf of matrimonv. ;;li 's now 6.0fV0 -or more million years .siiirc Eve first i askt'ii her hu:;hand frir some filthyhicro to buy some now fig icavcji—;tnd :-(ill wonicn have nothing to wear. Sec this captivating comedy drama. ' : Krazy Kat Kartoon Kfimedy—Our Gang Comedy, "Bring Home the Bacon"—Don't miss' this—Children 10c; Adults 25c. • Satnrdaj 1 to I |>. m. lOc: Mjrht 10c and ^ Lefty Flynn in "The College BooV' /The col!ege < rowds-calliug for gotl, and he pow- trless lo p?ay! A criisheil man waKhiJig his Ijeloved team go down in de!V:;i: 'i i'.en lie gets t'a" order "Go out and win!". Ami hciw that !>oy 1M)KS UO:- Kra/j Kat Karl .M .u Koniyj-Dorullij Phillip'^ in "The Bar t' -HyStery"- .Sei.npjt runiedy. *^wo "Time Jlamma*' .Monday—I .on Chancy in 'Teli it to the Warines'' - -:^-'.ki .'.::jjA:: ;X :. ^.d ^^^-.^f ^ZXAjI ^^M^^ STAOTLING! YES, INbEED! Particularly startJin- to farmers who l|aive been l)aying ^90.00 to ,^100.00 and iliore per ton for mineral mixtures. SIXTYIFIVE DOLLARS PER TON for Walkins' Supreme Mineral Rations is possible only because of the J. R. Watkins Company's eco- ncmical methods of bu:'ing", manufacturing and distributing. BECAUSE OF ife TRTEMENBOUS VALUE the Watkins Company pircliases raw materials Ky the trainload and, therefore, at the lowest possible cost. The<:omijany's 10 million dollar plaint enables it to miin^ uf actpire its products in large quantities, using time and money saving machinery. The Watkins dealers form a chain :0f distribution djn:rl from ithe company to tJe consumer-the cheapest method ever devised. Erch Watkinsd,ealer hj^s over 160 products which he sells'to over l,0(>f) rej fular customers. These savings are all passed on to you making pos- sil l,e the low price of on|y $65 per ton for Hog and Cattle rations and $7i) per ton for poultry rations. Krad the formiitu' L-iveM; l)cli»w ai fl you will .sec that Walkin.s'Supreme ."Vlineral is made of Mic fines! ingi|cdichts, properly m:\cd, (Juality has not been .sacrificed to make a price. Potassium Iodide KOnr^UUAE V/atliins' Siiprfmoj Hon Min'-ii'l tUtinn I'. I- . •,! ii;. Catc'om C»o* )ooato Ittmcutonr) .ro./D Special Steai i Qary-. Meal Vj.W Sortitim Chll-iilc (!s .-\U) 20'>0 Ferric Oxide j ">•/> Manganese ; nlpli.ite . 1.00 Potassium lojriiile'j 03 Watkins' ^upre'rpe Cattle Rai'tion j • l: 1. 1.. I,:, Calconi Cnrl onato f Limcitonc; 41.'^/ Spcr.tal Stcan Bone Meal 3^.00 Sodium Chloildc 'i .ill) . ?0 no Potassium I ( dide 03 * Watkins' S ipr'!m» Poultry Mineral Ration IV!, ,1.1,1:.-.• Calcium Carljonate ncstonc) .Vi.'i't Special Stean Bonje Meal ...17.00 Sodium Chloiidc ,> 20.00 Ferric Oxide ..>..! 3.00 DISTRIBUTOR .03 Mineral Cut Your Feed Costs! Wh^n you feed ho;i.s cattle, .sheep and poultry you are a manufacturer of porii, beef, milk, calves, mutton, eggs and chicks. If you don't feed mineral:—or, if you inferior minerals—you don't manufacture an much of thciie things, and what you do manufacture costs you more. Thej farmer who feeds Watkins' Supreme •Vlineral Rations can undersell the non-mineral feedii^g farmer and still make a tfood profit. Let us have your order today. LAFA LANE GAS CITY, KANSAS i K I

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