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March 12, 1927

The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

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• Tm TOLA DAILY REGISTER. SATURDAY EVENINJS. MARCH VJi 192T. ^sf^Wf'Sfsf^^Siyf^^ "y^wi'si*??^ TT^^f^Tssmi 4-/'-M''-S*-»?-T'-^<?. lOLA FIVE TO FINES TODAY Wins Hard Game From IThe Emporia High School Team. Nroalpsha, Olar. ii. (Siicchil) 1ol:i went Jii(o:lhe jTliiiils in Ihi* Btate elimination'tuorney Iwre tins aftiTiioolit by deiiiitiUK Km- Iioria In <hp'semi-fiiiMl^^ <" 26. lolii will nieef iflHier JIIIIIN holdt <ir .\«-od«-sIm hi the flniils 1oni!;lit. t OKLAHOMA AGGllBS! LEAD MAT TOURNEY I^wreiiti', Kans.. Mar. lb. (AP) Placing a man In catli weight in th« fihalK the Oklahoma A;;git-s st ^nd a good chance to win the an- nujil Missouri valley <-onferea<e wri 'Stlin? (ournanieut being held at thq UnivcraUy of Kan:raH. The | Horner ARities have won tlui <-ham-; iiidjn .ship tlie past three years and; arq near their fdu 'rlh title., Iowa • S'ate. Kansas Afigies and \ Okla- i hom.i have .two ni»h each I in tile pOLLINSi BACK TO FIRST LOVE finals while Kan.-'.is and j)la<-'v ill the Tfl«" finals .Mlii^oiiri liu: .Vc'lna.ska fai final ir.aK-he.s. ivill ho hehi this af! liidependence. Kans.. -Mar. 12. (.\Pi--The S6ni!-fiiials in ela.ss A in the ba .skerball touriianicni held at .Veodesha will be |)layed • this j affonioon hctwten lola and Kiii- puriu. and ilumboldi and .S'eodesha. lola advanced to the licnii-fiiials by wiiiiiinR from Cswego by forfeiture, ami Kiiiporia ritii-hed tlii.s riiund by a u7 to i:! djt ^feat over Sedan, and a 'S', to 17 win over In-i dcj)'-udeuce. Ill Ihe lower bracket., lluinbiddt won oviT Chauule. to "ii, an 1 over Kredonia "JO to 12 who Kr^- donia delealcd Crfncy, 2r> to 5. Ilun|-| li'ddt's ojiponent is Neodnsha who, lUfsed ouf Coflej ville in the second j r (Hi;id, to li'i. j'ruoon ianc! the loiisoiation ,e.s are on. tap for loniphi Oklahoma ARsies leaui woii teen nuiu-lies in :!ii> preliiiiiiiary rouirj and three of them by fall.-.. . _ o;;e. eil lo maii-h-' '1 hv tbir- ITS CITIZENS NO UPSKTS JN THE SAUNA TOURNtn^ Saliua. Kaiis.i .Mar., 12. . (Al"» TiioiiRli many not a KIUKI<! l!ic first d.iy s.is JVisji 'yan I 'iay was iiinliiiiious more iliaii I'l ClahM A: l.i ficores wert.' close, favorite fell dnriiiH i .r pli'iy 1» 'he Kan- 'invitational nu-el, .Ui-s. OfN Itnrki-r lintertnliis ltn>- kellmll (J-rls \,j||ie ^/h»llfHlnp^>3 Silk It nil thi* 3l«'n>Ifs., r.Mrs. (ipal ^Iii<li.-IJi I.AIIAKI'E. March 10.—.MiK. Otis liaiker enlei lam-o IIK' ^>ii> ball Thar and Mrs; hos 'e 'is in s«rvin'4 i<-i.c>s|iiiii;nis. Tliiise present vvei.-: Ituiji Mennis. Klla Ui'tinis. .Maouc l.imi-s. I itiilli liimes. iVaiiila (ir-i'ii, ."ila\ini' ^.^ Cireen. ,Klv:i Van<^v. .Viiyd.-iui H.u- vesterdav tot! •'"''*• '-nilha Sllall (-•,llIles ^iy, .Mihiied lliniirs UeKUlls: ! | Kobllisoii ,'i .Marceilu Wood, (jllaiivs ndsliorg 27: I'laln-'•'^'i Sla\fii, Ijor.-ii IVarker. "•am anil seveial i/ilnTs on day' evi'iiiiu'. .Mar. :!. |!am>'s iiiisie weie j;ri':ill>j eiijoyed. b'laiik Itarkei- asijisi'd the vllle II: M< I'liersoii-27: lOllHWonU I'iai|k liarkr^r : 7; Alill.iie ::i: ItusKi-ll 2.".: Salln:il 2.'.: I.viiiis 17:'Abilene 2: lloisInK-• II. V. i.Xlays brain and .Miss lie ly l.yiins ,17: Abilene 2; lloiHliiK- lon 0. forfeit: Kaltn.u:!;!: Ila.vs l^. riasK II, second round: Knler- I 'I MM' 24, Tescolt 11; t'orranee. 2.".. Clendiilc ir.; SI. jolin'.s :i !l. Wilsey 20: Kipp 20. Knng,rord- S: Sacred ileart :!.'.. Assarlu 16;, .Mlltonvalc i;i. Urookville IT, (overtime) :|S.vt- van drove 2'1, Falun 15; Marquette 2:!. \Vilsoi,i !l^ Third round: Dorrance 22, i Kii- lerprise l !l. ' At DoilRf City, class A. 2Dd round: Ub^ral 20: Kinsley 5. tireat tieiid IC; Fowler 20. i leaned 14: Pawnee Hock 2;2. I)odi;e City 14; Bucklin 7. V. j.Uays brand of Silk|ll(.<e. Iari;<' sh'pi ; J M-.! aVii^'ed iif In- lalesl collar-' lor Spiinu.'i VVe guarantee till-Ill. Iliiy vUier^' you can ^el iiiori-'lliaii your mnie'y's ui'irlli. Pay casli.i pay less, lioiiili-lvll .oit. .Mrs. .1. (). Siiiitli wjio lias|spi>pl the winter In Florida. I'anie TJiiiis- day to viHit In r (laugiiler, j .Mrs. Kd Williains. aiiil oilier. frieii|<ls. VALLEY TRACK MEETSTkRTED Bobbie Stephensj Nebraska, Sl^atters R(|cord in Broad Jump. lies .Moities. lii.. Mad l ;oobiv Sieplien.< .Vebrijska ciipfain rd jiri-aking soiiri; Valley toflay when junip rec- leaped 2:i till- 1 record •iet by Keli- Jsouri. last :ur!.eil ill llieflist iec<| ;i '>iI'oi .'iiaiWe of the .Mi.' indoor tiai^k meet here he slretchi'il the broa^ Old ii .arl.xj a fool. 11 fie:. «.lii<ii.s. to brealj . f f.r --l.| 7'1 iiiehes iicth l,aiiciisler, of Mi jear. ii.i -'A .«if (Iklahonii. ' eiiualled li.e rt -coril ;of .">.;! .--ecoiii s for. llie 50 yiiiil d ...sli -ln llie iire.injinaiii\s. Tliel •:\Mk ua -i e.-iuliliKhed ' ' J.loyijrif .\iiia --I;a. in i ;»2:!. Kill lied by ({(daiid l /feke. of 12. (AP) — at 2:30 our new pastor, the H Mrl Mos.sIander. .will preach he^e. Jvift how the fplktt will like change from niorniiis services afternoon remains to'1»e seen. The Ladies' Aid met at church 'Wednesday afternoiui. There have Tjcen cisht childlieii moved with their parents oul onr school dLstricf anil thus tjhe to tllie PRAIRIE I HALL f"""* ^'>''''''^- P""' '"""^ ^'^••c .1 bailly damased but! fortunately no Mar. 10.— Next Sunday,aftcrnc(on.on„ „.ns hurt. ' ^•-1 • Mr. anil .Mrs.. Alb.-rl \VilS:>n and son Virgil of lola spent t^iiiiday afternoon at the Frank .Myers home. > 1 Helen Smart >;p<-nt'Tuesday with Lucy Stanley while her- parents went to l;:!a slintipins;. There was no srhoul at tlic Hill of i Tuesday ;is the'H-aih-.T. Air, I.iiie- hls auiits, the Peak dragging tho i.s bdik visited S'S I HTK. .Mr. Sranlcy roads. - " _ Th" irost of the farmers have at last ifot their torn all shucked and are bi^fcinnins. to try to get their oats 'in. : ir only two new pupils have enterjed school. .Mrs. Stanley. Lucy, Hlapthe :i id Dollene spent Monday afternoon at the Myers home. What tnieht-have; been a ser'otis accident for all concerii'-i! happened last week when a truck fri m lola humped into the Ford <lriv>n bad;, atteml'jd tin- funeral of a Very d.-ar fri«-n'! mar .lopliii. Vo. :\Ve a-e sorr.v \<i report .Mr. Karl '\Viklun<; yuk w;ili iti; nu-a.ii-^ .:i this wriMcu. Mr. .<'.\<i' .Mr-:.. II ,nlin I.i^,-l.M.l. took siipi -.r-!- i!l it!!.-.-i>:ireiit:il IM- wards !ii>T.:i WiiliLSilay e-.'i-ii'iis. Mrs. I.iiiei'ai k altiiiiled {t'ltiire! coiirae 'iu l.ailaipt- ami .Mr.; Liiie- Lyin:;.. cbealing and theft are iiVaciiinilly uiikown;among the Eskimos. FOR INSURANCE City and Farm I'hone 131 or 820 Rav Investment Co. •Mrs. Philip S. Hay l.>_.i tlljtH t.-b.*!. I i!a- li i|iialifi|r;i;' Taylor iii;i: CoopiT. Kansaf.; I »i I.;.I •!:a. in I i:'..". avd' I'.iiH \ 4i<i var.l : .;f (,)klal;:fiii ! \\ yaut. .\'.iir;i,-=l;'i: Ca !S!,;'ti;: Ti.lfi i, lliake; I lu'.va Slalit. l:i-:.t litii .liuls by Tjiylor. by i Keith and .\c- liliiiii.^ lov .ai TliornburK; i i.:> .-.ec- : s,vs-y;ird ' iI'l;ilioii ;a; Kir. Hiwa l'i\'. :i I .S III-,, .Joliii .s 'l:it. run -on. .Ni'lil'iis l:-,'.-;t iillK I :-•: Sidi-.. I 'i|lialitii Kpsli-in. .yiksourl. I 'on-j Slate; .Moiiiiy. Kaina.s > r ..:nni-JI 2:<MJ.2 by : d. till- .••ay:ni: iniiili :u- Cliicani' Will'.- .'-t ()fr |willi tin; new Jove, on wltJi lly •>. for Kildic ('oiliiis. ('(illin-^, tuaiiiiKer jof t is ar.aiii/liack with Coiinii- .Mail;'- I'lilladi Iplii.i .vl libs n tli- !•• ::,r lor rtliicli Collins sl:iriii! yiais a^o an a ineiiilier iil Ilial larn-m : "itiiliio-.i dollar illlield."' The picture was lai<cn lu tie- .\; lib (u ;-" tr,iiiii:>; «-a:i;|i at l -'ort;.vi-r.s Fioi'ida- Slaiileyl Selliiiaii returut Kansas City after a fi -w day with LaHhrpe relatives. .Mrs Hiirh School Tonrney At Parker: first round: Colnnv 21: La C.vgne 11. Ulue Mound 2.'.; rtaiitoul 11. Parker :)7: .Mound City 14. Second round. Class B: Princeton 24; Melvern 10. llarnvird 2.".; Neosho Rapids n. Vinliind IS; Leho it.i . Williainsburg 21; Richmond 12. • At Wichita. <:lass C second round: Haven 16: Kldorado 3:!. Central. Wichita 5; Newton (!. ' At .Newton class A: .\meiican Indians, Wichita 2'.i; Marion 24. i Halstead 10; Peabody U. .\t Wiiifield. class H, last round: , Viola 17: Helleplaine 10. •Andover L": Peru S, Benton !!•; St. .lohn's Acadeiii.v l.>i, - . Coddard 17: Ilouglass !>, At Salina. clas.s B.-third round: IVirriince 2-2: Knterprise VJ. i Kipp 22:1 St. John's 17. Sacred Heart 22: Miltonvale 7. ..Marquette 2.S; Sylvan drove 11. • Ail Topeka. (-lass A. second romid: I Lawrence 2: Slarysvllle 0, forfeit Topeka 2: Waniego 0, forfeit. At Toiicka. (-lass B> third round: Washburn 2fi: -Mclouth 17. Winchester 12; Eskrldge 10, lieiiiiison 2:i: .Mayett 22. I'orry 22; .Va.1ley Falls 10, Ai i'lttsliurg .cluHs B, second round C()lle«e hiKli. IMUshurg 18; Hepler 10 1 Coi kerlll v.: Chetopah 11. Fioutenac 2ri:- Walnut a. Tre.we 1.1: Weir 4. At PillsbiMK. class (;, 2il(| roiiiid: Kpsults. lhi ^i I to ; visit Sell- visit olleli- on e Lee of 111(11 ii 'tiiained for a ioiiKcr wi li her ifallu-r. (ieorKc .^ I ko if. ' ! i: H. Hiibbai-d of tola called candy trail -.i Thursday. • t). C .,l {eedi-i' moved into tl Oxender property Saturday. C. (.'. Thoiivenell and famiily .Mi^dison. Kan.; yioved to Lailarpe' Wednesday, where .Mr. Tlioii|venell haf emiilovni .Mit on the roadi .The Philatliean da.ss of llie .M, K. k'hun-li is jilannin;; a bake/l food sale for Satvrdav. .Mar. l!i. T-Dr. Roach-Kill'.itt sells <;iunz aiiU Hei-k Harness Coods. They have loiif; be.n known loi- tlui;- nuality. and Kuaraiilee if any piv 't. Koes wrcing in om-' year it is ij',-'- placed free. Have sidd themjthrie seasons \jithoiil any complaint, A\<think farmers have leariUMl wli< lo buv, ais we sold three sets F Mr.<;'. 1!. C. Cifford and Mrs. A.:I. .MoniKoiuery attended the' W (". T, i: institute in" lola Tuesday. j Mrs. Wr>stley McVcy is rejmrj-'d on Ihe'sick list aBain. siii'ifoiiiif ! from a ielapse after bavins Ihe nicTsles. .Miss N'ellie liaushnessy. Who is PRICES STILL GOING UPWARD training at St. .lolins IK home kufferinc from meaifles.' March 0. TliesubJ Hon and Syveriid Niiiriiioiri served. " pit a I The Li«Harpe, Farm lliirea i i|i,e| in the hoiue of Mrs, .N'elsoii V'allis. (It 1 ::!0 in the afleifnoon 'cl stiidii-d was "It -crea- i.Miislc." Mrs, Flori-ni (kave ;i talk .on "Fool ami IJefreslinients V,-JM-I lull fteportcr. .lack l-:i7loit. who has been mak- llIU a Kiviil MIIOWIIII; In reci-nl bouts 111 S "w York. Is a roriiier llrlllsli amateur iiilddleiWidchl. cliiiinpion, i Florida's Original Booster F D^ CE credited with having discovered thp fountain of youth, in ' Florida. While the Florida climate Is a great tonic in erasing years, there Is a certain ^amount of myth in connection with the exact location of the springs, supposedly discovered many centuries back, I am inclined to think there are 9 number of people lu Florida .still in pursuit of the mythical waters made famous by Ponce de Leoii, : However, of the various Florida discoveries of recent years, of one I am certain. It was Al Lanpe 'Who made spring training base- liall and Florida synonymous. For more than a dozen years he has lieen the'state's, original 'booster,, as the greatest place in the world for a major league club to train. Al-has more than made good on the job. • • • 1 Landed the St. Louis Browils /^illlGINALLY he. came to Flor" Ida. not in (juest of youtli. but health. The fact that:he is fllll living, aide to put a.wny a longshoreman's itiortton of corned lieef and cabbage, is proof; that he got ir. • ' If wa» hack In 1»H. I helleve, that Al l.anee decided that u lot of lufijor leuKue ijall ctiihK were niakiHK a McrlaUK tiiUtake In pumi- liiK up Florida HI. irulnliig <niur- lcrn. ' liMi hnppfiii'd Al LHIIKC had ii clow friend who went lo college wlih llFitnch lUcVey. who wa^ then managing the Sl^ Loiilo Br<»wiiii. Hetween the two. Wlekev MHK persuaded to tiring hl.t club lo'Florida. There were traiiiliiif III the impossible lo book exhibition 4axui -ii and recorur Uu-vui:!) tiitruj vrigiiuil hwaltf. »' 1 8 portion of the training cxpcinseB. SL Louis, while satistled with the abundance ot good wbather. didn't care lor the lack Ofjgato receipts. It decided not to return. Winning Pennant Helped^ jyilE late Pat Mdran, managing the Philadelpb'ia Nationals at .the time, was a friind of Laage's. so he went to work/on him. finally closing for the Phillies to replace the Browns, • j The Florida brand of w-ehther that spring was Ideal. The rest of the training camps, located in various other sections: of! the sou^h. ran into cold and rain. As a reisult. the Phillies came north far jadvanccd as to condition and got away to a flying start. Seekns to nie the cluli won something dike 14 Iptil of the first 15 games that year- Not seriously considered as a peiinant possibility, the Phillies, continued i-to play consisicntly• good ball throughout the season and surprised by winning the National Leai^ue flag. i • ^ • . Eleven Cliibs in Training 'pilK success ot the'Pl^ilUeR made iFlorlda, as far spi'lng Irajniiig utatc for league ballj clubs, ^ i This year we find 11 of tlie 16 major league clubs getting Unto cijndllinn liiideir a Florida isun N^*xt iieHNon. I uiideriilnnd. tli<^ Chicago Whllf »uj^ will Join! Iht," big parade,; -j III iiddlljon. live other CIUIH Market Irregular Today i But llrend Is To Higljer Prices. I .\ew York. ; ,Mur. 12. IM' il -'iial -.vi-i-k i.-nd sliifiiiig ijl l;-liv( a< roiuit.s iiiipartr.l i(!'' ity to tin pi u'l- iiiov'iiii -nl d.iy';- .--lock market lull the tl liileiuy api-eared upwarii. rii'il by "lli;- I'Vartii-al a.'-siir.im i i:t:^y money lali .sl lor soiii'- lili;t- lo inliii-. oticiators i'i»r ihe risi- .lui- I'deiitlvi liid up lie ii lavorite-; but ln-ar traders <o|itiniifd lo rt-si,-^t ;lie a-!vanie in niaii.T irsio-s, KaiN- a:4aiii were ili'e lenii-r "f, sp "'i 'lil;'Iivi| allciilioll. Wji.lc ,-ii ,iii-; of tlie rei Till Ira'ii-i.s >iii li a,- .Mi-iii- .sun. .Noifolli and U i .sii-: ji." a;:il > (liilf. .Moliilc. and .\i ri lii -i ii lr ,i liark en I'ealizilif;. a |iiii ..!,ir 'dill':':' -.ii<;;i a:i ,\iir;'dK anil! .-'.ii ii'l!, riiimi, I'ai ilic .iiid l.ai^kawaii- iia ' onUiiiud tluir i:iar< li to limli-r ' ground. lli-;apiioii!iiiig tr.-iilu di -vcjopiii'-iits' teiideil to daiii|iii| speriilal i\ e eii-^ lliiisiasiti for lb-: oils ,iml . motor,-..?, alth -iiiyli illii- le.i'l<-i'-i iii liii -ser Kroli ;is I'l'iehed (airly t-,oiiil support. .N'e.irly Hi scoi''!Of i .-^-jiO 's I'l -ai 'licd 111'" liiyli gi 'oiiiiil, ini-liiiiwi;.; iVi si ingliou-ii- Airbrake. ,Miiy licpail iin-nl Stores and Sterling I'r .idiK t.v j The elosiii'.; was irri-;;iilai. 'To tal sales lapproxImalMl 1 .diMl.ono ^ .''liari.s. ALPHABET I Farm ( 'ub .Mc'l-*. l i.Nii nr',;.in:<(a!i ')ii iiieei ii|g of tlie i l-;a.''l<rii lii .I o'f till' woiii-n Of the ; .'ill'II Coiini;, Faun lifircau was Ill-Ill Tliiiisday at the luinc iif .Mr. ii.dwaiil l{i:!-.-il ill Cas City. ((llii .i 'v, w-i •• ili'it.-d iM follow* .Mrs. Welda' llatiilltoii, preaidciit; .M;'s, \'irt;iiii :i ' liii -ker ion, VIII-i pi ;rviileii: : Mu.. liiiii c-.itn.-r. sn-- Hitaiy .iiiil| tri-:iNuri;r; .Mrs. .1. (,'. .-111. III. ri 'iHirtir. A i-ali nil i-i ni; for t iiij '.i: (kiiii: .S|); iiig bats I .Maiih I.".. I at tii I,' ea .•^c.ij'rrtiTs. m!Illii| l -:dn lid liiii--<-!. clothing ; ward Kiissii-I.' recreation sic: .Mr;. Frank .Meltoij iiiliriiion. T!i-' lt.-g-il:'r ni'-etiilg t:-'oiip v.ijl 111- Ill-Ill on j I'lir-ii.'ty 111 H Ij inoiitli Tho.-i- i>r:sent at tli<> \ w- r>- a ^ loliott s iliMii, .Mrs. Virginia ' Mrs, l>iii:i.'Cr.imi r. .Mi'> Itiis.sil. Mrs. .1. C. Smith. .Miss : .^•oninurs. ..\!rs, Frank .M'-ltou. .Mrs, Iwsiiruke. .Mrs. .Hm • .Keillcy, ; .Mrs, T, ifi, Kwing. Vi,-iitors .were:.! ! .Mis, Lewis Cliezeni. Mrs. K. K. ! i Wright. .Mrs, Wilbur jSicks. .Mrs, j Tow iiseiu 'l : of Lallarptj. and .Mrs. lie purpose ; to hi- held ; boiiie of .\liss ; -ry: Mrs ! ; Mrs. I-M-:, and iiiii-i food and ! of this the fourth } meeting ,Mrs-. xyelda llani- Dickcrsou. i Blanchv i ICoy Hamilton, and ' Syvi-riid the' Home iAgint. .Mrs. Florence nehionslration': IS FOP HUGGIN9, HAPPI9, HOWLEY AND HENDRICKS WHO HAVE TO DO TMET WOPRYING FOR FOUR. ©ALL CLUDS/ j pos I vision hull oils l\ali-.as City. Wlii-al; l'ei(i-iiil III III ' .1' I : I.:!(ii. . .Vo !. J.i.:;i'-'' .( I .;i : .No. City <<'niiti. Mar. I2i lAI'i 1'7 cars, iiile liaiii; linlier: No. ^^ dark li.inl 7'-.-: .No ::, .?i :;i 'jr.i 2 ii:i.rd ,^i :;:;i; I:;;, .No 1 ::iM-: No j n-d > I ::ii >\:^y':.'ii i,:;ii.i is a lliajor Imue Illl-O I lak- iris-; ha,<« and .Cmii. iiiii liaiigiil. .No ^ while 71 i/TJ';-!-; .No. :;. tiT'i/Tm|: .No. 2 yel- lO'.v 7:!'-..''( 7'.'': .No. ;;. I7ii'.L-fr7.1'/ic: .No. ;; nii.Mil 7i"-j''< 7:;<'; -No. 3. 6"'<i Oats, iincbangi-d: -No. 2 white iV'-'ii i:)c: i .No. :;. 4«i?i4Sc. -Milo maize $l.li ;r</ l.ri. Kafir i$l,|i7'(i 1,17. i Kye ;i7i-j''i !i.s'i.c, Harlcy TL'ifiTlc Kansas ('ity C!o.-;i-: Wheat. May old. $l.:U'i-;, .Mav new, ?l.:;o-V: .luiy .*1.2.-..| Corn: .Miiy 74-'br: July . 79','ic; SeiH. i<l\i(i . ' ; ''/I'.'.l.'i: i;|i) to L';ii II) : 1 ii,!iii; z.>'> I D .i."i 111-11 ..;ii'''iI . isiiiiiatid boliiov' r J : .'u :'vy- w-iuhl hill s ? 11 J.'.'.i 11 . iHiliiiia .5II.!.•.'.( 12.10; li^lii .<ll r.n .» 12 :;o; liulil liudii .M IM'i/I2.:;ii; ii.'i.kiiig sows < in (;:.'f< lii.s."., : l.ii;;;li|.i' pi.;. 11.lli'.i I2.:;'p. - i Caltb- 2(10: iMi'iiie- ii>i' ll'i aw | slei-r.s: .til:; .".II: bulk In iivies at'ii^j .*11.7.^'«( l2.Vri; l'"-i >"-;-rliii|.'s $12:! yiarliiiu li.-if'-i's 11 mi: iln- wi-.-k'i bulk prii'.-.> :j.-d <i.ii's $;i.2.'i''( 12 i"i: lock'1'-; ;iii(| t.i-di r : } r .7.'-'>/ .'-.7.". ,bi'd ^;i2.".: ' l.'il rows ,M; .'.'..< 7 all, 'lii'ifi-l'- .. V.^o'•( !i .'il; I ililii' I ^iv. . al I : I.'i'o'" .'. J.'. VI.lb I- ;<|ii 7r .''i 12 en ;'^Ii'1 P 2.r.iiii ; !i-,:iilv; li i-lin;; and • • I'.al'iiu; !:iiii!i-: •li-iiir, lo I'.i- liii;li • i .'I : loll i>iii ••: I'll w'-si..Ill jaiiilr. l.;-:'.-r.|:.:';l,- :•:I ^7:., .lim,, d.^ Iamb- I 1 on. I :tl • w. - -'i .'.n; l--. .1 ; lid slo'.-ii'ini; laiMJi-. .»ir.. i :alk i.iiii-.: w''"-'''rii lalob- .flli'i'd (i'.'iu: .-]'.:::. ii • inii. I ?lll.7.">'" 12 <Mi;: ili;i|Hd .'I '.'Tf.' jfil-l."-': fat; ewis ,Ts.iiio-':i till, r..i-d mi<-ed priz- j Tirsi baby j provided it j the donor j l|oy he was .N'ewton. if a Ihe name of hovered first time ant ounces tho nil also u lie (-lilldre^i VV INFIELD PAYS • DOUBLE ON TWINS! ! Wiiifiild,; Kansas. Majr. "12. lAPl ' .\ li'vv days ago when Winfield 's : M-'w iiiiiiiiiiiiial iiospilaf, the V»'il- 'iaiii ,Ni-wtii |ii nii'iiiorial. was ojien- i ed sr-vi raf i-lti/ens aiiiH ! IS ami a biuius for tin ' liorii in till- iusiitution, ! was given the naine o(, \ iii the liospital. If a j to In- naiiieil William : girl she was to have • .M.try N'evvloii, Last night lli.e stofk I over Ihe hospital for lb I and tile nurse now .-rrival o! ,1 William .Mary. ^ Tim. twins are 111 Mr • and: .Mrs, Cliet , is a truck (jriver for a • .-;ali- gioi-i-ry coi)ipaiiy. (leneaii.. HI- i(-al wliolcr an'<! ; iiioni:eys al rf-aliircs of the an( •ss , |ial-alb-|. and d till- two eves. llie. of all iiial world, coiivergoni Hr. aiiili liirs, F. .1, M; iioiiiiri- till- ibirlli' of a SI ifanMii. lodjiy. Kaliirday cKweii aii- 111. Stanley March 12. I llnif and ; 1 !..-|0. sli!'iir:n-z l.imli'j .'; t-:i.7.".'<'i (I. I'.. a iwiliri-riian of} ;Svillo->l. I.r. |..,-, Ill-: till.-, if .\ii.i-i . tiali:in aiii';ii"ii' '•^illiard eliaiiiiiioti. ; to L, V.' ilaye:. ;i ,--rboo!tiiasler. • --For prompt. result.<i ri .issifii'il Columns. u.sn llie PHONE ^5 WHKN VOXTIt LKJHfrS Cl) OCT on vomt PLIIMHINC V.OKH UAl) Electric and * Plumbing Co TIIKJlLilliO STOKi: Kan<|a>- ( ily l.i»es|eck, Ka:isas Cit,Vi, .Mar, 12. iV. S. Ii.r.'l, of .\griiiiltiirei—llo;:s. 3.."iiiii. prii-- :ically :ill ilin-il: uiark-l iioiiiina'llv ' •iteady; only one load on .-ialc. .ivcr- a.!;ing 2i'f' pouiuls «ll„";,"., ^ Cattle, liiu; lalves 2".; cliojre' nediiiin wv-iphi an I l-iavy ..(..i-rs Jieadv: otiu-r '.t,rad'- . f - I • s!i'< r^. • .eiirlinus ami fat she stock 2.".<- to "ill- hicli.-r: all (-:i bulls' strong to 2."ic 1; ;iud calvi'i sti-ady ? •itockers aiid feeder.s ^1 : IV.-t •-teer;- ?12 2.". S!i.' • o 2'i = .-rin' .' ro!ii -laiin fat ev lalllb^i .•-'liuts to| $12. Uii sti-.-i,..;: veal.'rs '.ers [iulicr: ) .'iiic lii..:her: ."i to 2."i' i.i'.-li- iiiore I oi( f.iiiir-: hoii e : l.|i:t2 ^ ;'o:iiid [ li'-st. ih -djiii'i V i-ii;!r : ^iilk !'.d sll-.!i's A 7r.;.-ll..",ii. •|» mtm-: for v.ei-i;: l.i"i|is 1.'. . Irt^tu'r; lop >l'."..".'i: I. d < I >: mojiily f 11.7'>'5.-r..2.".: .-inip wiiol-sborii Cali;<.ii iiifi.i liter fl-'..7.".-'> 1 l.oii; i„: -s ,*>..',ii III ;i,2.".: :o!i ti'iding •fM i>i|; ol!:.-i>, <1 1 l .'.n from the Iiileriinlloual Lc mid Americiin Aiti>oclnlli>n arc doing hiiKlnoKH In the ntulc Ijii- Iti ball tluhx 4n all. , riidoubledly the publblly ing from SIKII li (oiiditloii ' j done niiich to boom. Fljorldir no other clubs I will (onllnue trfwork fo|- the'good Mute, makliij: It i ot the coninioiiwealili. i \lt credit is due.Al Lrfuise, Chi.-. \\ b-al M :;2'. C' H II ... ',1 ; o.i; . Hi\<t I Sept. :i (jhlcnuo t ^niln. ig", .Mar,- 12 iAl'i Close: ; M;iv $l.;isf-, to \ ; .liiiy lo (I . •::!." s .-p'. $l .:iii*,'<( M.jv 77'', to .Iiilj M Sip! .M.I M -.iJl 'i-i . n; III .lull 4i;-',i .*i "•'•'.: July •H"'i'''H: ( hliai{o l ,h<>«tiMk. ' ^ fh'r:',;,,, JMar. 12. II', .S, Hepl. AKI iculti:ir.-i> -Hogs 7 .">liu: liiar-. IMPORTANT We consider our used car department a major division of this business and conduct it accordingly. You will receive the same courtesy, the same intelligent service and honest dealing as you would expect to receive if you ^ere buying a new car. ELLIS MOTOR bo. •ill \. W/isliJiiglon TeU'\>h»ifi':Wl A USED CAR IS ONLY AS DEPENDABLE AS THE DEALER WHO SELLS IT Kit steady I hie llil to aOO pound weight $i:i.30 - 1 .k o strong; hulk.deidra- PUBLIC I ,^ ENDORSES Study these improvements carefully. Notice how hasic they arc— how each definitely contributes to the value and desirability of Dodge Broihers Motor Car. And remember — they are IN ADDITION to the new chrc^ie vanadium fivc-bsaring crankshaft, excellent nev starting and lighting system and many other Improvemen ts recently announced; A New Clutch— Simple, Prompt, Surr and Silent i , Sorter Pedal Action j Eaiier Gear Shifting - Greai er Steering Eaie New Body Unes— smart and gracefal - - | New Color CombinatiOn( of Striking Beauty Still! turdler Btxlles , Seat* Re-detigned far even greater comfort More Rigid Engine: Mounting— providing ttill smoother moto I- performance ' , Impn ived Propeller Shaft. Differential and Axle Shaft— crtat iiig greatersturdincss and dependability And nany other Smart New Refinemehtj of Detail Thf effect of these improvements )s striking and definite. Smartness, sturdin:ss, silence an! engine pcrfcrmance are. brought to a new point of Derfcction. Buyers are outspoken in their enthusiasm. Investigate ifor yourself at the earliest opportufiity. Sland;ird Sednn J^pt'fial' Si'd.'in _ . _ ijc Luxe ScdaHv . V. O. H. Del mil $1075 ELLIS MOTOR COMPANY 2II North Wa.shin.i;!f»n Tclt-phonc .iOl We Also Sell Dependnble Used Can> A AAA A A A A A k .i^ A A A A ^ A ^ A A ^, riri^lMlMliiMinf GENERAL MOTORS LATH'S T A C H I R V E M E N "r World Record Values surpassed in New and Finer One look at the New a li Finer Pontiac Six and you wil 1 under•land why its annou idement created luch buying eni id'lasm! The latest achteveraeni Of General Motors—w-tth all ne v Fisher 'Bodies, longer, lower, n ore luxuriou.i, and every model finished in i ew and fascinating Duco combinations! —tvitn arrestingneu'sty e and Individuality fcecaute of larger, heavier rrown fender»,ntw headlamps, deeper radiator and narrower SEDAN body, pillars nore modish and affording greai er visibility. -^xvith many mechanical refine* nients,such as tilting-beam head' lights with foot control, new trana* mission and biake levers, an even smiwlher and more posi live clutch and aa oil-sealed juniversal Joint! —arid still loiuer />rice : which esfabltsfi > value, so overwhelming s to create a new basis of buying in the field of low-priced ilzcat Come in! See tlie Ne warjd Finer Ponllac SUI AT NEW LOW PRICES Sedan .'TTS Coupe. 775 OaJiIand .< Sport Roadster - »775 Spfirt Cabriolet l4-v».) •835 Landau Sedan - 895 DiLuxe Undau Sedan 975 ix, 5 /025 to .$ 129?. HoiliM hy Fiihrr. All prices at factory. I:kuy (o fiay on the Henerul Slotors Time Payment Platu HOBART-STEELE MOTOR CO. 210-212 North wkhington Dr. 0. E. Robinson, Yates Center..' j ASSOCIATE DE.-\LERS I'hone 865 B. B. Stolnaker & Son, Savonburgi - > li' >

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