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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

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•Sherll)ck Holmes Said "B^erk Could Be Np'f THE TOLA PAn^Y REGISTER. SATURDAY FS^NING. Crime/' But- MARCH 12,1927. + * + + + + + + * REAL ESTATE TBANSPEBS 4 * Isaned Dally from Office of '> ^ lola Abstract Co. . • .Marih 11. 1027. Aliiiira WfUiiitiis- and .V. .J. Will liiiiii.*-. wifo aijil hiisbund. ((• Juliji I.. Iii-iiiy i'liHl .Mary K. Dirby an I W. A. iu 'rliy and .Mary il.. Dcrlijl Lot HI. BiiHk S. Urooklyn I'arji .\dil (0 Inla. $1 .1111. ! Tlio, s"lf<T'-NTy wa.s orisihiill ••Iti'fnrp:.' shiiUar to lh| saHor •f!<>Ii»u:" .and ;Mii-' warnmK cry tp thus.- ahead hicanie sljortt;ii''(l i 9 pjm: Vic ^avc Vils ieftjke Wse for a 45 ninule walk Tip I I'.y liriii CMitiiH) .\KA .Si-rv ill- U iin !• hi-iimi. Mi'li. M^ir. IJ. 'I' ri 'i 1 " liiii'- '. • ']',:•• • 1 SI..TI1" K lliiliii'- ii-iii ; t'> >..i> wvir (Miil'l /I" ' oiiiriiit'<•'! • I i»id il II' •••uiK- • 1 r. ali'y- in jv'licii Ml- Cr.ii-i- Loiiiiii-i ti'-.iulifiir; .ilrii ^iiii.iMy iiiiiiiiiii<'iil. w.i^ lu'.iti'U fiji il<ai!i in 11.]' h;iinl^oiiii' Miliiir- lijili liciiii'. ;i M-aiil liln.k ii'iiii III ii|>!i' •• .-MI i'lii'.' ' • . : .Sli'Tlrick Hiijin-s. ii!.i~t .T iiiiiiil :ii -iilvin;: ciiiiu- I I MIIC ill fii timi. ; WKen. "he i-eliirriGcL, he founi kis wifes nuibi label hciy $lretcyi on. IKe floor of tKe sun. patlof. ; [iliysii iaii T!;<:y i-.cn- in • •.irly jianinl.-' 'if twi ili'-ii. a|i|iiiri-iil!y ilvl^s viTy pily in ilnir lir.'< k liiniii' r;ir Hi.-in ilill- liiip- Mai- j:oltce. aireslei 'Loomjs, tut veire orlef^ tordease cViilireii, kept i^not-ant ofc- tnitlei. Hie/ had no tUc 'joerfeci I crime); -pky Kafpi^/ Iwpin^ motketj $<ion. Vill lircbim. Mrs. Grace Loomis I'|iii'< iiili-d a niuni' iiiil >'>' ifiivc ^i);;ic. n:at''lv wimld lead , Klttlit. Miitliii i-r c •iiiM ii'i! li-vv;,!;ial iiHi- II arn.sl. Kilt Iiiuc a.vt'nii'-. in a i-illnnli.iii I JI M- iiii-l. The 'Irjisrcilj. Tni 'd.iy cv-ninc. K'-liniary 'J'J. Mr.-. I.o'inii- .-.il in tin- .-iin parlor 'if lici- h 'lrnf. Til.' liuli''* xvticj 'in ami til'- .'^liail""' w'-r<' not ilrawn; .\t aliiiiit S/.'.d (iVInck. I)!'. I .Ji (;|llli.s ' ani'- li'iiM'- I'rcni Iii- <iirii ••. I Hal: an li'Mii- 1 -ilcr till.' naira- livc is Mil- liu.-liaii'l s from li< rt-! on ••-!>r. I.iiiimi.s .cavf !ii>: wife jllin I'lir variiMis hnnsciKiId i'Xlreli[^i'S, an'il riii-ii left t!i'_' lion.-;i' to tiiki' a walk. Ai '.I:!.', o''I'lik liC r'-tnnic'i. let liiinsflf in with hi~ key -and fintUiJ Iii.- wi!'- lyinK d'-ad nn the >uu piAni floor. SI K ' Isad lit'cn irhilibod In ik-atii. Tlicri' wen- sisns in tlie >un room of a terrific .striiRi;!*.'. (tM<> KiilniniT I'lilockril. Fror.t and back door.'; wero I'T'k- '•'I. Kvi-ry winiiow wjs locked: .X sid*' dipor. liaiiini; ti> the Iiii.^c- nii'iit. wa.- n'lt !<ick<-d. There wa.-< iipiili jriii'l 'iiilsi'le. .Anyiiii" cjin-r- iijj; lhroiii;li 'liift di )4 )r wonirf li .iv. Itail nry niu'ldy feet. 'riuTi' wt-rr I'lii f(')i>;priiiif in ili'- mini, on t!ie I They a.~k.'il him wln-re he went ion . his tliri't-quurt'T.s of-at)-honr 'walk, and how fast in- wa.ki>d'. lie j told ih'-ni. A policeman iook tli<' )-iani'' walk, at the sani" p.ii-e ' HIII I I loiinil it iij'ik just l.'< iiiinnt's. j .Ti -lep-Iionc 1 oinluiny I'-iiird)- '>l.(nv that II;-. I .'H >nii.-> piioin- war^ I [•"•riiaps Holme-; wjis risii;. Mat D'iroifr ••lioniiiidj ^i|ti,iil.'" a- ii'pable.as any iii i Am'rrica. h.t> U 'likeii 'lay an'l iii;j;iit < MI tii.' niys- !<:v of t!i<' iluldiii^? jof .Mr.-. I .oii .'iii!* a f-w week.-: a ;;i>.: Tiuii- iiet iu'''>cre?.4 toward .soiv- ilir the death rjildh- i.-;— i:\-a'-tly iione. -Tliey ;ir" hewildereii. .Miy-. Loiiinis wa.< the iif l .)r. I'raak K. I.ooini;-. resipecled Dc- Ntimber 1 (Cbulijii^fd from Page U lioiii'' niie'iii'-s in ;.'ie njeiiicine c aliiai;i.-ic.> asul lood in ilu- Krigi'l- aiii', >iiverwar<' ami ili-in-s nii tin- I.lid'-, cutlery and ni''ii.-;i!s in the kltclii'ii cahiiieis. a tin'-, new Star lai' in tlio gara?!.. and if tlitV weailier permits, a fire in the ni'iicl heatijig plant. In i .-Inirt. I tfry coopcialinK .iii'-n liiiii nt • I'll.i will liavf on ilj-.play ill the- •llnnie IJeailtifn!" I'veiy iieiii of Ills .-lock iii." wliicli- h.^ I.ikes par- li'ulai inide. whicli in any way; liiicl)' liav>; 111 li 'i wii'i niaKiiiK tiie <<n(i'ii-rn homi ninri- i onilnf.alne or. '•'iinviiiiiiit. 'I 'd i-ay t.'iat .a !!• a is ill ^I<lre fo}r tlio.se who visit tii»i Imi is leriaiiily piitiini: i; nm -I 1".aiiv.dy.-as ..-ur'-ly ii'i o !'• coul< tijil. to fiii'l somi -iliini: in ii;ifr.--'< i |i .-;ii HI 111'- r.v!;iliil iJi.n - ii'i I"! aisi-tiilili'l. , : ii;i 'i ii 'i jNiriii:; .t!i<- p.i-' I'-.x iiiui/l has li .i'n .ii'i iiiiijili -lli 'ii in lie coii^ ^lllll iiiiii work nil Iln- ^ ' llninC; . M'-.'iiiniii " Tin- (jrp'jii'^i-i iiaH- "' I iiiiild' Il il llii-lr piiii |..ii jii! Ilu' \llrirk and t' I- i '-!:a;iil> i.'I'di ol IVtill I.I tin- I olili :ii I'.r .M^^ .In'iii .\ iP'-itl-i'i,' Miiiy. lull'. Ill- pnWii! •' • kill Il I aliiiiii li.i •. i; lii-(-h .ijiiuinl twi wni!- iiI [U- k'' ii - ;Hiil ail- IIIIH I'I' i on v • ii eiji i-. Willi Mii'ii' liijill III iiiiiiii'i: lin.iiii. ' flniii h.ii. Hiicar liili and .td-i |iliii'' iji.ii 1- • |i,! kl 'i!)iij u 'liii -iiv an.: iJj'lilV.- .\ lini'lH'- li li'pllnil" '..llli 11^ I '/i.j^ lii'i 'ii l|i>lal |ii| III lilt' h.ill. \\\ w'i-,ii!i tie- Indl l >i'\ ;i iir-'.iiiiU .i '.ailali|<' lint at'ili<> -•iiii'l liin-- iiid- diin .Til" I riinl .• 1i 'i| riinin i i'l-.'t w'\\- liii'il lliroiiiihiiiii w ('•! dar .C.'osit l.iniilt:. .in ati • i\ I'l 'i* .1 !l 'if t]}.• fit )i I liiset.'i. filled wilil' ilotlps linoks. -I;elvi"< a:ld rods for li;iiii ;'rs. .\ -•Ifaciniis Iin'ii 'caliinr! . wa< iiia- : hiiiisc V "!iin'".'d. ill I'le rear hall-way. with i,r of iliawiMs ,J)fl()w aii'l doors aliovi'. j Tin- s'andini-' finish i)t aiiiidy laf^f for 'lie li'-avie>t 'if|"Hnm.' heaiit!;iir* is all in p.' I'ed clothing. \ sniall'rr linen <-alii-! and has had at least one coali oiii of'ord.-r. }W ran to a iieiRh- I'lors house add i-alled polite. l'atroini''ncame in a iiiirry. Tli'-y ••xainined the sun room tluiroiiKh- ly. Wlii-n detectives fi-om the cen- Ir.il office looked tiiey foniul m prints of the patrolmen.' .M;itp\ Story: rnsliiikeii. Pr. I.nomis was arre.-'tfd ami questioned (dtijely. liiit thi- detectives wi're unable to .shake a sin- K I'- det.i;! of his storv. i. liar s-tairs or on the <l''an I-.tio-) j "f*'''! i"' <'"t of order triup leiim of tlie kitchen f.lwiildi lilt 1 •''^oVlock. as I..)omi^ li.td Stair.1 led. Dr. l.oonilK' picked up li:s wife's body. Then' he ri -menihered that ivtiyihiiiK .sli'iiild Iw left just a.s it v.as iinlil the police arrived. He pl('kcd^HI> ilie telephone. Il was 1'.'. to Slid. iked forfinK.'r-print.s 1"." . •—"••'^ an>'-h,it, all were .'"''"^ J!'''''^' They askidwhy lie ha'l lilooil- •slaiiis on his overi'^iat. hisuloves and Mis hat. Me rc ,7 .'iod that llie.-^e came when h-, stouiied to pick up his wife's body. They askird liim why there were no bloodstain.-i on the telephone receiver. He replieil that he hail removed his left plove wlini he tried to nse the instrument. Or. Loomis was releasi d on .a writ of habeas corpus, the court no evi'lence against ' iJIis re liim. lease i-anie after there liail been wii'lesfifj-ad expressions of iii- di|;!iation over his'arrest. Friends signed jietiiions, expressing complete i.-iinfiiience in, him. Tilere the case stands. Till- •'?li'l> l ;'r. I.oomis s.i.Ns he Kavj- his wife i liii'^ byen foiind. | Miitj two . diacnond rlni;-^ on inr : liHuil wen- n'lt ioiii-h< il. .\<i trace of the idiili «iiii wiilch she-was kille(| has been foiin'l. 1 1-r. I.'iiiniis lias off< i-.-d SI.'Hi'i re- ' waijd for the slayer's iu•re^t. ProliiiiK the" doctor's ;i '.i .-t. de- , teiti.is ,eiri !i <J 11'- w.is lioin ill, Ilrqoklyii. .Mi<'lt:. <iii a farm; ^t^Illi-_l ••ii :ni"ilicine: entered a .Njew Vork: lio.>ipilal as inteitne;. mi ji (;rae>»' I IJiirna. a iiniise 'aiid marri. d i:er, Ideallyi MtrtnU ' I In Detroit, nr.- Loomijs, had a>i I prospeimis practhiu.; | ' ' Krie;ids s-aid lit" rd :-yslci.iii aii'l ' his wife were. iileaMy mated, fond of each other, of their iMine. of their twii < hildren. Tile rhildren have i„ii ie-.-ii told of the • [lerfi-ci crime." T.'u;. jdii.v toi;ei!;er Iiupiiily at ilie h";ne of Dr. I.'ioTitiss mother. Impin:; tlieir ',^•>y\^^ mother soon will return. i!ut •-;!«• tlit> vii-tim have Ill-en last. v.'lll not in:- she of what may pro-. I'ne "perf'-et < rime was • to " at : I home. I iiiaj:. woman .ind is ' lolti's trade territory wiJl avail worJv on the exterior of the The entire outside of the house the country, and 'to'rei-eive three coats of the iiest j lliejnisehos of the opportunity of a trifle more ex- iiaiiit obtainable. All of- the ex- v^i.sjtiiiK this I'.Homc' ISeaiitiful." laidoanii tiley are models cM' ma- they have been used in Ilie best of tii-ial ati'I ; workmanship. The the newer buildings lhroui;hout flooriiii; -•-•lect'-'l was tjie lanvousifhi^ section of I.i>i_ij:-iV-!l lirami. of the le. st graile tUonpli they are of Viuartcr-sawed white oak. lliir-^ pensive than any ordinary palteru terior of the home will be white, tein-sixtei-nths of an im h -thick 'of interior door, they are well : except the fly screen frames which and tw')inch (s wide. .\ layei^ of i worth the difference in firice ' will be paintpil black, to match the heavy tar paper was laiil between I where real finality is to be com-; roof and to form a sharp contrast |. ;lie tinish floor and the sub f.tiior. ; bined with beauty. These doors : wit3i the white walls. j This IS a prei-aiitjon tliat is worth are made of birch wliidi takes. a 1 \Vith Ihe work ontliii't 'l above: many times its i-ost. In the first l stain exactly like the gum In the ' ,^,„ler wav, and with the, comidi'-' paper is a p<iod in.silIaJ (stamlinj; finish. . ,in„ „f several vory miiioV il'-taiis ! .Next week wiil probably se*- the of finishinR uj) which will be done tin shop crew of T. H. .<iiannon. ' I" '!><-' very near fulure. it will be but a iiialler of a short while tjniil jtlie home may be tliro'*ti opep m d I liiiil in .l'>la ati'i SUPPOSETHAT YOU HAD TO REFURNISH YOUR HOME! Furniture ;it !<i li\t tit'c.-^ CO I ni'ii'c \ liiiii (Idiible 111 il- fornier pric;'. If- (lL'.<tiuctif):i liv !:i'L'- Tiukt-'s it iicces.sary io re- »lavv-' your ti;niiti!i'c •vouM \'iour ) fii's insur- i/Uf money j)roviile •!ioii.!,'li money? Il" net. .'^eu u.s at oni-e! Wf are Prolerlin^ the .Model Home. The R. L. Thompson Agency first place, the paper is a pood in.sijla-' tor and will iireveiii any dfaft filom cimiiiiL' uplroiii tlni. basement ijito the Jiiiiise.- Tlii-n tni). it will.;d"l awav eiitii-elv with anv du.st sifr^ ' "'"'''r "iirection of Mr. .loe thjn from the basement, r .ir ,-'^l^-."'c'<'''. erectitiR the Bulterins; I .u'.er is iis'-d I,.!- tills purpose ;in- an 'r ><poutine. which they have de- lead of .iniinarv hiiildins jiaver --"'S'"''' '••^eciiled especially for reason t hat 1 iii-^ei-Ls ^Mll Hiis job. .\ext. week will doubtless the public a$ a coni|deted job. and j it is heartily Itoped tlial cvery i f .ir Ilie reason nev. r lie r:-,-awii til oak t .oii 'inic wiiich is I.-j-d''r.er lliis kind of jiii- , per. Wh'-n the Ilnors were c-oni- plelely laid, they .were .sill-la<'ed I with an elei-iric power . saiiih-r. wiii' h le,ive< Ihe siirlai.-.r as' >niooih as -I .•hie' D ! dr.i«n ;;l .-i*-". This -iii''a<'inu floui > h.isj al- l liMlIllete.V l.llie 1 ii!i !-l ,i -!iiiiiii ij \\ IV i- III In I MI -.I \:. \ ((111' 1 ,1 I- .iiiil ii,.ir- ..Id IM.I . I/le I'lai e of I' rap- not 'Inly 1 < .Jiiomi- «.iy. hill It if I :: 11 11 III. .iiid 11 oil) 11 'il Kiiiii'iMi I wa.- (li'-ii. •1' clolhi-s niii-l 'It till iiii; !i iiii;i !i . al iji.iii MCI ii.\^. 1: m t \ • 1 111-! I 'ill.I •I I .ipi-i: IIIM Ii • U li.i III 111- III > \ lili'l 1 .- il li.-i-'. ! I • 1.1 -i-.l Til. •i.ik -ill I KI V •- I..-- i| I li.. , .11 -1 • I :ii!.' d a .1 II 1. •. i. .ili'l I-. f'ii- •|ilii'- ll|i> m- or ill' It' i:i-j.-V ti,c lie; ' -. « •;) I ..I • I'll l-.i il a r„u Hi- 'i .\i:i I Mil • h'ls haii I 111 '' I .V. till-. \\ \ 11.' i; ivei! mat. lit llit'tj; li.-tnie 1 *1 l.ilHiilli pi i.iinii 1,1 - - I'..'Ill lniii .•^iiH'i- I il'- ;'ii.ii•i.iii.- iii-id- I !i will lie iiiiiii-ri.'iiiiiK lli;- fiiii-h|inc' ;.r.iee-. p.-'ai ii'.lll.V all n! liie (|/|| lii-twei n II'HV and t in-jipi iiiiii; i :l will (il i-nlli-e not he ]iil-s for vi~iifirs lo co lliroiish Iiiit tlii.- -.vii; be hm a n a siior" wliile. now I hi..pl h.i'l lorN i'l' h \ In- 1 nil. of me wo ire 'K I. Ilie lite. Ide jthe at- net was i -onstructed in the bath- t fin III. jarKC <.-noiii;h. fi>r a ' fijli Mip.- piy or' hatli and face' towels .\ (-iMiveii ii'iil clothes ' (huto leads frojii i^lii' batli-;o(int to the ba-".- n'fH' at a point near whev" ilie' Ir'Undry. tubs are. located. .\ jiat- e'fili'd cln'he's larViei- liji< bdti-ili- stailedfii tile small' closet in the Irnjii hall which is iiiteii'l«>d to relieve the lnnl.'''^I'd cop.iiitiiiii in .sjnail ciosets. and it woijld be well ivni'li -anv hoine-iuvners tini" to '•ixaniiiie tlii> d'evit-e. lint there are ti'o many .(-ninfni ts biiilt into this :v>nii to list ^hetn all. and they can he niiii-h jii tier aj>pn't-iatf-d whi'ii a'-tuallv seen in: the comjileted job • • • • • The fin:,-'!i floor-; jiave all been al .so see Mr. Wiley, the new pro- prii -t 'ir of the InlaCreenhoiise. lin- ishii.c np the fitii' crading of th" lawn and seediim it to blii" crass. ! Mr Wiley takes particular prid'» in hi- Bra>< seed. an<i has i-spectal- l.v si -leiti.d thri-i- different kinds i of --111! as ;>articiilarl.\' adapter! to! Ilie 1,1,,;- nf the ••Hoilii. I!ea III if II 1".} lawn ii'.e kind 'if ' •ii -ed prows' p.ii 1,1 iii.ir!;. wi -ll in shaded iir<-as. .ii-t aiinili.-r kind tak'-s d'-ep'root .•Mid «ill h'dd «i -ll upon. iiterra<-ed 'hei -Mnii nf l.iwii, and .Mr Wiley will , nnd'-rtake tn d'-liionstrale- that In I' - ((l.("ef of (rfilierly K-edidJ? ..t lawn, b 'l -t ie.>iill« may lie ei|;)>eeled Ali.-i, fill, work JM III i-ljarKe of tin • •\pert who inaljeri thlx wnik a'>-pe- • ISiliv A« lonn aK the work on '111- l,i«ii I'- ('•tiipl'-.t>'il. .Ml' I.lniidn 'ivlll Ki I hi; i .r' w <ir |>:i .lliler.< at dm ^corner, \HARDWARE& i^J IMPLEMENTS Eixperts Do Our PLASTERING While it \^ admritt^i that :t settlitiji I'oiuitlatifin will rai.se havoc with phi.sterijiK. nevertht-le.-^.s we take every iio.s- f\h\c precaution a>r:|insl faulty work. In the Ih-.^t place, we know fhrou.yh year.s of e.jpcrience that the be.st ma- torial.s are the ch.i'aju'st and furthermore, it retpiircs expert workman.^'hip t«i th? be.st .sati.s fact ion. We are jjlad to otfer estimate.^ oji A.S'Y job. ANY time. C. A. nu,Wi'Nl .street. jthe o -i" of ind im. itain 01- enain-!. The lirvini; ilinini: to.>ins are finislh.-d in j; which lia^ !n-en stained a dark, iji'h walnut ; "I'liis 'inisl; <\':\\ rceiMve liireo iiinr'- i-oats of vari;i>li. wljii-h will be sande'l ilowii snionth ibe- iwepji (oats. The finish in;the{ri'- inainiii-r nf ihe home is of' sonth- ertr pine and is ^all to have four I oats of a pearl ieray enamel, ex-, c-t'pt in the case l )f the bath rtfiom which is to b" filiisheii lomplelel.v in white eiianie! I The 'ijiors lised thr^i'iiriioitr the tiieiM h "'me ar<' of ilii-: wi'j: k'l'iwii • .Miracle palti-rn. Thoy art a ilniili',y vi -inforced door and truly mirai-ie. nf strencth land Iwaiit.v. far a- i-^ known. Mir- ai -le 'iont'.- Ii.ive ,'j..ver in: anv biii!i::ii:: in l.da been . before sed but .Vol only Ki'tion but al-o I! of• ,i ;'l'.y Itim'.- d, ri;,vi-i. >'piirt?j. I'liilo-'ipliy. |;elii;ion. in lai-l. alain:! evi n Mili|t.-I I't- I H-I n mad llii' lllellli- of at li-a-t om- liook .\ lib:.11-.- nf Ueil i !i n bonk Itlelintes what .Miii ..n- -\<-ii MIIO..- I 'MII .Vniir ail; ids m -1 St.Ill Noii.r l.lbt'.ir.v now. \ -heji n! Imnk- \e ]V honie 'uin III OIII I iinl llli|iti.<n In Die lb: 'iti'l ; bi.ilM lie,l-.lt Hill. be iii Itooks pill I lia-i-il «ine or iwo ali than a whoje lihiary bniiKlH at oia e < iijny iheiM a- thiy ai'cntnnlai'- .\s a .st.iiti'l' I. 'I' Vnill !lU" "1 l.ile l,'.\Ms' I,ilc.»l -<-tlii-.t ••|:iin'-:'if;,ii tr.\.' a liini' nni liu:\y,ni .11 -11 1 V no an ni'iie enali.'ed to l-'aljnl:. He nllel iilllclair The Evans Stor^ Hl '"'''i 'i'ia"fi8 A Man's Is His Gastle It I- t!ic !i;iven of .seiiirily for hiin.self hi.s family. In fiiir i.!tni'.sor foul it i.s the guarantee of pVoteclion. It i.s a com rcte oxpre.s.<ion of his tastes, and can symbolize all hi.s ideti.'. of an ideal re.sidence. ^ I jWi- shall be plea.sed to o(T«-r .several plan.s where you can 'l-'tiild that hon«.' in a desired location. Wit will !>«• glad to consuh with you on any biiildinj,' problem you may have. Our e.\perience i.s at your dispo.sal. John A. Griffitfi Contractor arid Builder of l*erfect Homes. 903 East Street I I. I'hohe ^59 Floors Tfiat Add to the Home Furnishings N OTHING Attracts the attention so quickly in the inside of your home as the jfloons. They should b(» cfonsidered as something more thaii a part of the housfr—they are more prop-i- erly a part of the furnishing. Therefore it is only reasonable to sugge it that I you give to thi selection of flooring th^ same careful attention that you -would the new] living - room furhitureJ The perfect floor is OAK—recognized the world over for its heauty, durability, economy and susceptibility to fine finish. • Long-Bell Oak Flooring, which we handle, an- swera every requirement of texture, ma.nufac- ture. {finish, satisfaction and durability. Iiet us show; you in actual figures the economy of this substkn^al'Long-Bell Oak Flponng. 1^. :.i -V IfourHbiitse can not be made beautiful without the u.se of fifst L -la.ss. PAINTS aiid VARNISHES. Beautiful shades and combinations of. tints do not come by chance, but are the I'e.sult of years of thought and planning. • Lot us help you plan. I . ROWDY'S I i Whether you raise vegetables for pleasure or profit you can't qscape the vital fact that productivity depends directly on the: quality of Seed you use. We offer Seeds^ that have tested high grade. Frost Proof Cabbage. Plants, Dahlia Bulbs, Canna Bulbls^ Onion Sets, Onion Plants, Seed Potatoes^ Ohios and Cobblers, Garden Seeds, both in package arid bulk. LpansMade with "THE SECURITY" Ist-^Are guaranteed to mature on time. 2nd—Are made at a low rate of interest. ;]rd—Can be paid in small, instal­ ments. 4th—May be taken up any time with: out penalty. i. 5th—Payments may be made on the principal. 6th—Carrj' no fees or fines. 1 In fact they are no different from any other loan except that they may be paid in convenient small monthly payments. WHAT MORE CAN YOU ASK? I-1 0 Eii4i#*:feS;iifi ,'j

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