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; PAGE SIX" 0R EEl INJURED PLAYER! GOES to LAWRENCE Xcw^on. Kan., JMar. U. Captain Forest Cojx ofuhe Kt!\vton high sjchool'basket ball team ' " Sunday for l^awronce where h< receiyt treatment trdm iUr. Alloli. K. U. athletic mcritor. recelvtld a Back injury Murch while IcadinR his team Teams ' and • 1 Is Oiic of Sixteen In State to Play at Hays in. the ^ig -r State B., BJ / Tourney. ^ WiiifieW. Kaiis., Mar. 14. (AlM-i wiiiiuis in tlic Kansas high scliool cHminuXfou' tournament^' held last Friday and Saturday \ ere an- ! uouiin^d here today by \\[. W. Alt-| Conn«.'lI, secretary of;the Kansas Sta'/i .High School Athletic asso- cia/tibn. Winners were given out in. all three classes; tjeanii} were tour- in iclass A: ro >jhattaii, Con- teordia. lola. Kldora^o, Hrewster, Olathe, Parsons. Prait/ McPhcrson, Topeka and Arkana.sfe City. Sixteen t'eanm will be allowed to enter at Ha>s at the state meet and as there are only J2 tournament >\']nncr's. four additipnal teanis will be selected. Rosedale, Abilene, Lawrence and Winficld. Uecords ot tlipi teanis are to be considered ! in making tlie selections.. sirjc-J tain rs( the KmiMiriii bii:h 'sch<)ol. has not • ji al been able to was accompanied hy Principal iTaak KindK'y. left Will ^'hoK Cox ARKANSASCrnf Last Gaiiie of lates Ends 42 to ^3 at Ark- City Saturday. play iian- WASHBUMWINS FIRST The following ! riament winners Dodge • City, Quintet Djcfeats Illinois Qiiintet,i45 to 43^' Other; Results. Kansas Cily.i-^ar. U. fAIM — Washbjirp rolle}*e. Topeka. KJan- Ark City, handed the lola junior lollege the last dtlfcat of tlic season. H to 2:;! on l \rk City's court :.Saturday night. Icla also lost a 'game at ('hilocco. i" to l!t. Friday. I Tliu Ark Citiansi! outiduyed the 'Jiula men from tliH' start, riiakiug 'i 2!t points to lolasi r, in Uiu first half. In the second half lola scor- _ ed more points th :in .Ark" City but | i+lif li'.-id gained li\t llie. Ark. tc>iin ^conlil iKil over<-iinie. ' The l)o.\ scor^-; sas. wpiJ tile first of .ten loiji (L>:t) I Burger, f IC.roff. f Burner. •Mann (Ci. gaiiiesi Booth, c -. scheduled today .in I lie Natioiia A. ^ ^, A. v.. liaLketball toiiniainent w'—"' *^ ""' it defefiteil the. oniiers iCmpl Springfield, Ills..- 4T, to an A:',, in overtime game. omiiij Oil. Tonkawu, Dkla.. j:;C-. Westminster, olli'ge. Fulton. . .Iilo., 31. i . • .Vorthwi'.-i State Tcailiers. .\l:jry- ville. (\lo.. .'<:!; Kiniliei ly-C.i Fronk. g . f"?''- 'Cloiilne. K Total . . .\rk (llv rk. ! Sliurlfti Class B winners ,were as fol- j Klnibenly. Wis., :!.S. lows: Chase. Carfield. Ulllsboro, j Turnvrs. ICllis, I-eonanlville, lladdam. Whit-; ing. .Meiilo, Cliau(aui|u:i, Uakli>y,' Hjildvviii. Iilu« Mound. Fronf^iiac, j llavcii. Sai r<(| Heart. I'<;rry. Vlr- iiidiui (•.)ll.l4i{. Al , . . . . I' ^girT WlllliiiiiHbiMg. and • AniloviT. : 'Mil' rliin^ II (ournuint'iit. wl|l| bit nl T«i|.fliii. CIllHH C \V||/||IM'« will* W(H Illlll- li^Mi'.Jil i;in|ii<llli Hre; |J(Hlj<n ('|ly, OIltllHi, <.'u< iiciill, Hli'l'ii^iili or . IlKieliijMiiii,'tiiiliiiii, (jultir>: tir 'I'll lil'kll, WelllllKloil IIIKI WInVlclil. lola Hi Defeats ] Humboldt Five ^ oli.s. '11; 111. 2:'. SI. .Iiiiieph ISoii'ii'is :H; wood ,\, (V L'll. ICinpiMiii, KiiiiHiiti Klati' (I'l'iiel '•1: llojialia I'lliolrillii, Wiiodrl 111,. I». I.Mc.Michael, lilalrj f - Welier. f 1,1'WiH, f 1'In III ley. !• Taylor, r Wise, n lliilly- ''I'"""' 1^ 11 •iiili-r. (,K i.,-n iSlllilll. ,g II j I lilt W 11,1 K (12) f . lap•in. TlK- liilii high school basketeer.s ••[isi'V wdii, first place in HIM dis- irlil liiiiMiiaiuenl held at Njeodesliu List Haliiiilay ulghl The lola tea'ni <'as!ly outplayed the Humboldt team and won 4i to 21. Ill the first ,hal' the. lola flien shot regularly iiiid worejl 18 points to Humboldt's ii. ; ICIittcr Funk was shiHitingaliiKist at wilj for [ol^ and j ence of tossed" ii totii.lr of 22| points and | hiy most missed only one frceVtoss ithe eii- ;tire game. U.S. STILL HOPES , FOR ITALY, I'RANCIE ! • '..;... • : WaHliltiUliiii. .Mar, IL'. lAI'i >|ll I'lil iihilly llivliltiu (ill-Ill Itilliiiii I ilil .liiimii III) lake pari In Ilie liatriil Mliilliilliili iiiiifeleliie at (ieiieVa, tile ] I iilleil 1 .Stales giiveriiiiil'tit agiiili liiK ^'XpresseO a hope liilit Fraure . HIKI Italy iiiay also fijid a way to lie rei>reseuled. at leiiKl iiifornnlly. Till' invitalloii. tiiade public tex-| 14.1927: \ HERE TUESDAY Trapshooters to Competes \yith the Texaco i Greasers. .Another rifle oompeilition will be held at"the armory oii West street tomorrow nig.ht: the Trapshooters team hais ,been challenged by the Texaco O: easersl The Tr: psliooters. it will be re-, memberedj knocked off tlie KIks -squad lastj Tliur.sday by a comfort- ijblf margin. Now llii-y are to mi.-et a tejiin composed of Iiciinis Dullea. Ceorge t>alganio. Kd; Smith. Ariihie .Montgoniery ami K:F. Jones. iTIie Trapshooters si|uad will in< lude .Maro Brownfielii, Boss Arbuckle,*0. Ill Parkening, Uoy Hair and; Krnest Bergman. , New lights have been installed and both teams arc (?xpecting to turn in higher scores than were made last Thursday. Capt. CilKSon invites spectators- to be present TOMORROWT(^ RAISE FUND^ FOR IKE BOOME W HO H A S CHANGED THE COLOR OF HIS 90X FROM RED TO WHjTEi AFTER A VISIT TO, THE PACIFIC COA5T Hertford Hilns<». London, wlilili T?!!' first coniri'te bridse in Pal- I'sliuf. on the Andja, iiear Tel Aviv I has just been i-ompleted. ii-i>iitaiiis tile v.] ! colleittiiiii i>r art tre: "Caiiiil •Vanity sun-.--. Hoii^ Fair.' r. I Tasmania spends one-ninth 'i. total government revenues " '-^ I free education. death. J Tuiiil II. I) n" I J IS 2 TOl IINEV .MJ,,-ST.AR 'I'KA.^tS ^:I'IUSTTKA.M I'n.-^ition , .SKS()NI)| : ; F, jHawytT. I-: iii|iona i-U. Woiiil, IfiiMilioldl II , K,.l''iirik, I'lla <» lliii 'VcM, N 'lMiilr .sli.i Mcdiiin-.-lola 'IjKAM Kii ik. |«jla ihiinlmldl ,f . -Doc:' r II. VVIMMI. (• . , Fink, lliiniboldl K fit.il'li i( .1. Witlaiii;-!. In poria. , YATES CENTER Mm. H;. Mil. T. W, MrCiilliiiigli i or .N'MIIHIIM FKIIH Willi III ^ nil'* CI'H-I Mr Fiiiliiy nil IIIIMIIICMI and calling, ml Irl'iii I?-. .\lr.«.- .1. Ct Wi'Hl l« siii'iiilliig ii • fVAV iliiVK III Wliliila: vl-tjtiiig lnr iliMigiHer. .Mrs. Kiilla IMptrap. iiiid .Mr. U|)tr!iii. (). .v. Alley was jii Saliiia on Insiness IIV' f^rst ot the weid;. I). S BvH is conlineii to his Mi)RAN NEWS OF THE DAY ,le\»ell .Service Slafimi Nen Kiiler- i prUi- Here Jtet. Mr. Malhael 1 Keliiinid III .lloraii rersonjil". Ilfi- 111^. III-. Ill The box 'sLore: lola (ID FC •'Doc': Funk, f 1 .Ma.ssey. t ..J. (i 1-T .P tUally |late toiiay. set the date the conference for .lune fir.sl. soon t|iereafter." N.o definite fjir- mulafbr na\|ariiinitation was p| "llOSeil. ' I • ; After reiterating that the pri France and Italy "wij w'elcome at such a Cohifj ence." the invitation said tluit Ameri(-an g.ivcrnincnt. ; •'sincorH.y hopes lliat they may decide to represented at least in some formal manner." h.Miii; with 'a. severe case <>( flu. .Mrs. Scolit Speiiier hasjiieeii ser- j ii'Usly ill lor several days and is of!' I not much iinproved. i Mr. anil ' MIS. '•'••• Donaldson, t 2 ' II 0: K. Funk, c 1 O -McCuire. c 0 fl " Barber, g , 2 1 •> ; Hound, g. J „ 0 0 . 0 L. .McC.Uire, h --- U .,1 IV .r Tot a Is ; _i 17 M ; 10 llnnilHildt CJI) : Ft; Fl" P H. Woods, f . •> •* ,2 Sinclair, f i (1 (1 0 H. Woods, f —- 1 « 1 P. Williams, f - .- 0 II :< Flint, c _ . 0 • 2 Kelli-y, g 1 1 J. Williams, g , 1 il . 1 'Totals .s 10 f '• Pool Champion ps- (fuld " r- he s: n-r NEVADA T(l)\yN IS OVER l^ORTVNE Toiiopah, .New, jMair. i:^ (AP) —" AVitii vl.'^itors repiirting that-'hand. fulls of dirt selected at .random, fi-pin the site of \\j'ncpah, new gold boom town.' essayed high in gold ;content, evidence; that, the town rests on a goldeit foundation was plentiful hero toda.v. I .ThlLvordinary folillt)g lun wjas iiii venti,>il ill '.lapan in Ilie siiventh cenliiry by a native artist, who de- riveil the Idea fronS t^ie way In which a.bat closes lis livingij. lirrol .McCiilloUgh of \eoi<li(i Falls were here Thursday on bifiines*:. , .Mr. and .Mrs.^ Jinr Ilall were in .Veiuho Falls Sunday. -Mr. and .Mr--: Wni. Cook spen! Sunday with .Mrs. ICdiia ("ook. .Mr. and .Mrs^ Clenii Harding oi near Cridley were shopping in Vales Cejiter .Monday. Miss (Jrace Peak-; went i one day liKsl wi"-k to .Mahaska. Kaiis.. for,, an extended visit with her brotheriiV'"".,! John Peake and family. Iiamiliar. .Mr. and Mrs. !,ee Horiiey expeit (.Mr.-:, c. n. Fi.i.h MOIJA.V. .M.ir. I 1 Tin- li.lluuiiig obituary was ii<:iil ;ii il^.- iiniir.il ;servici' of .1. II. ('i aiiit:'. \v;:ii li m- 'ciiried. lasl Siiniiay: ' .Jiiiiii-.s UnJu-rt Craiinr was Ixirn ]near Kal:ima/.oi>. .Mi(li.,>. .Iiily i:;. JISIS^ Died al lii.s liomi'. a*.-Aim jn:, i Kan., at l:;:'i a. in., ilari-li '•. 1;'J7. jiifACil T .N y> a.'s. T iiii)rtliis« 22 day.-. •;llc caiiii- to .\lli-n Coiiniy, Kan?:.i^. lili 1S07. and sillied near Kiniaid. JKans. Ii,' was truly ime nl- lb'' ^jiioiiiers in thai roitimnnity. .sui- ;viving the iiiany liaril.-^liip-; i;f tin- early .-ii -i:li-r- wi-r'- si Sepl.inlur U. 1NS2. lie wa's iinilfil in iinrrlay'-. to l':il/.,i- hl:. rhliilii'U. 1^1 II, l<',iM'< ill ^iitiiii . .Mil K1|,;.IIMIII : I i:iiii'i. Illlll , I liiti'iri'li: . I lelia .Ml Hill. 14 KiinUii. I 11- \\ .Illlll Mi>l;ili. .Ml". 'I'livliif nl I l,iiiil|iiiii. Kali y.i . I ini ( y iK Kiir iil K.'iii. Fivi- ;;niiii|ililldii-iil .liiiiii 'ri|ipji'.r .Millia Claily ;.\l;iiviii Craiinr Ti|i|iii''J .Mi alii'li Kerr a^id .liilli-n Ko ollnr r-'lalivcs! .•md .many I billies Mry.'ili liiiil bis r .r.I'l. Ill Te.-i;i.^. l"lt • liioniing lor, ^"iihir. lnwii. till' tiiner.-il'.sj-rviie of C till yi ar obllson <<( .Mr. I.-oii Bryan. Vf thai plai w;is iiiiiiiiiincj'd t!> III- h'-li ari'-riioon. .^^r. (Charles Bi WMid on Wi-iin-'sday that hi son was ill pr ;pneumonia folliiwiiif:' inoriiihg briumht to Itiv .Ml is h lend the wi-i-lf in Ottawa. ;. K. I.. .Monroe of Wellington .'•e for a IVw days visit with end with rcla- <">""'i-' '^'"i"'- ••sialilishing a Ilionie on a farm m-ar .Mildred, Kan. To this union .sevn . iliililien wen- liorn.'tli.-ee ol wlioiii h.ive pneiil- eii Illlll to their li".ivnly rv.aid: .lames Itulierl. bis niily siin. ilje-l in l.SlMi: .;Kflie Dora, di-il in I'.ni:.. an.l .Mrs:' Uoset'.i . Tippi'-. i-i i;i_'2. In Felniiiiry. 1;HI1. IIH- fun.ly iien- e moving to lola. A large,'''' -M/iran. tU;it IIK- .liil.li.!i ler of Iriends went Thur.sdav'''i've b-ti r s.l:....|. anvai.- la to attwid the funeral serv-U"«<''*- H'- was i oiivr;. •! |.. H, • i Cliri.-^^tiau tailli a" the au'- ul l:i .s. Sarah Slianer passed awav i a'"' 'l^^ >'"ee lliat liiiii- li.'--ii .i i MonAay al the hoine of her daiigli- j •''•^•"'V' Mrs H H Peters ea.st of i ><":''''""'"'"''I'l' ha:: li< frier ds. T! e many friends were dei-plv eriei ed .Monday en-niiig to lenni i of tie death of Floyd Van Honzer I j ot II la. as- he was in bifsiness here'! ' I hefo^ = ~ • • • num lo I< ic"s. .Mil 1 ti.-r. to I of i on his friends extend .Mo ran sincere syni|)atby. .Mrw. .Maif Jewell iind .Mrs. I, my .li.w*ell will erect, n jfiiling station on the north lot of .Sirs. Mae Jew-} ell's residence propei'iy Jiisi soiiili Ir is estim I 10,0(10 usefs the IrisJi Free 5.000 persons of (lie ne' The Mlalloi llltlier ll|tl< loMH y pi bill I. 1,11\U's. .lex- ii1 .(ry lii'j-iH <.i and Kiireka, i Helen bTippii'. ry Kliz- el Kerr: 'i-|ends. m' Carol Ipiiirsday jo latteiid leri. the n<l .Mrs. I which Friday yiin bad urand- and the. n -ws of (v Presbyterian church, will be known as the .lewell Servlcii Klalioii, and will be iiiaiiiigeil lij/ J. J, Paul.. TIIIM^HIII- Mill open flU' liUMliirtHH on Thewe liiilli-N have innuy rrioil winlli H tor llblltldlllll Mllceitnit lif ilieir iinU' liiiMlneMit i>iiliir|irlHe: Ml, mill |MrM, Hunk Kmnij weni I'l Viiies ('(inier IIIMI Siinda^- for a villi. Mrs.! .Stiilili JH renlalniiig for several ila>'H. The l{eV(> .Mr. iMalliiiel was returned to lhii .Moral! cjiarue for !i)i- other year by< the conference .just closed at Topeka. His congreua- lion is well jileased and the coiVi- mniiity outside his own (diiircli weicomes his return. A heavy Shower of; rain fell here Friday, niornins. one' that was not; needed at all. but since we i-an do no'Iiing about il. we will hope it may not give ns a retiirn date very soon. .Mr. rmil .Mrs. J. B. Hurlock of Vat 'S Center stopiietl here a short time last Sunday for a visit with" old friends. .Mr. Hurlock was for many years agent iit the Mo. Pac: station. i Money Will Pay Expense Of High School Five At State Tourney At Hays This Week. orld-fatiioiis Wallace pictiire.s atid oilier is the original of in Tliackerav's till that tlien- ;ire if wireless si.-ts in Htate, but only about h;ive couiplieil the law b.v takjiiig oiii liceii.se: ! In an effort to raise Hinds'to pay i.\pens.es of loliv high. s'cliool bas- keteer- at th- Kansas State high j s<-liool ,lournaiiient at Hays Friday j and Saturday, high school students I will stage tsvo beuetiL jbasketbalU : games in the high .school gVinnas- - iitin tomorrow night.- Admission ;will be 2.-, 'cents. _. , It is probable that pledges will be made by the business inen of the I cil.v to cover any aiiiount not ! raised in tomorrow night's game|=. j Coach John Scott and members (if ' the high school are hoping that tfi- i morrow night's games will pay ; toiii-naiiient expenses and that I lliere will be no necessity of ask: ing 1)1 her assistance. 'I'lie junior and senior baskeleers I will clash in a inirtain rai.s'er at 7:.':o o'clock tomorrow night with with i 'he sophomores meeting the facni- ' ty in ihe llnal game of the evening;. I- A LIABILITY A ,s|i, Voiii liahii ll'KI'l l»Ol!C Willi ililiy liiiir ;i' i.^ ijiimivor a lialiility Uiaii airnMi"'!. .stialiliy. wcatiici' Wdiii liiirtu; s(u»n lic (.'omoM a ily In VDii aiida .-^iiarc crow' to voiir rK-igliljof- Kcvivc it .s \altic—it.s vitally—il.s back ii 'laiii its yoiitli ;m(l K'aCi; liy ovor-coatiiig rolor clad sliH'co. .Sue • > THE STUCCO IVIAN Kellvv I many , , , 1 11 ill inter a lingering illness. JU"' -M'Tan M. K. Cluireli. He livd and Mrs. T. L. Turner and " «'"'»" P"'"'' '>f''- i'lways b.-ivlnu lAl'.c spent Tuesday with 1,. H.iexplieit faiili in the Siipieme l!e Titrner north of town. I'arion Lamboni of Alt, al Mi|. ai hV.o f fipent Siinday with his mother, .Mr.";, j'' K. J.amborn. ! + ** + + + ** +• + + + **! ni with 1,. Hjexiilieit faiili iiitlie png. He "was a iniigeiiial iiii::liliiii- Freiloiila H'l^vays r|-ail.v to. lend .i , h.-lpin--- ,Hflrc In the hew pocket billlardt rhamaion, 'Krwln ' Kudolph,', who recently defeated the titlehoIdcV, Kdlph Grccnleaf, 450-38,4. ^VANS ms of (he I ..ea£,ilc had| signed Pacifier Coast Tom Crook as the $iibject sion. liber of his staff, brought up of names! for. discus- :a lot ' roast Crook.will be force^i to, listen 10 Favorite AliW TT^HAT'S in a name? fjonsiderable'in the life oti a 'baseball umpire.^ ' , | . Perhnps.no odiclat In any form of piibllc life is siibjectcd to more! verbal abuse. The umpire has always been i .. , «,» „ i--. »„j 1 »i t , .il... , ..,m u« displeases the home fans, and.probably alWays will be. the, ...riainlv nair favorite alibi of players and fans. I . /[' " He gelR-blamcd for lo.sing many a bail game in whi<*h he has played , an innwent part. I r**"'!." A lot ofbascliall fans have a '"f; keen sense of umpire, are quick to; igrasp .any situafion that will offer an opportunity lo subject^ ... the umpire to ridicule. They I - '] . never overlook a bet relative to a | Vegfttaple Title freak or unusual name. CO.MK years ago. a former major j- lesgiie pit.!' • • , Collin iwer. ' er. btoko baseball would be a more pop-' • * + + + + + + •^* + ^• + + + + ;RKAL K.STATK TKANSFEBS iHUcd Daily from Office of lola. i\bfitract Co. mil ill jiiiie III ii'i'il. lie wa: :iii ejcenirdary liti/.tn. .ilways iiilens- I in' the ln'tii'iiiienl of hi • riiii; unity. His eli-i-ilul ilispo lliim wlas ;ill i)ls}iii:il lull to Iho.se ;ilMtl|l him. - lie;was a devilled r.iilh fill hii>li.liiil. ,ri lovini; t'liiln-i. ix- Of atrcotyped stnll' .on the this summer, any tim.e h^ ins. { ey . certainly named yaui iSjSure to be a hot favoritej )iy ilon't you slick lo youri r business instead of uniplr-| will be another, lat ai mean linrglai- yoii must be at night." is a thi^d oiie Crook will bo forced to listen to. Leagub afe umpire. , ,Can: for Aii Ilelf her liy the name of througji as a play- inio 'the American Perfect Umpire? J WAS once asked if I thought i "iilar game it it was possible to get the; officiating 100 per cent perfect. My reply was. while I felt the fans liked to see a g?me well umpired. D didn't believe they would... . . ; : like to .have it.perfecsi, as it would l**"'*' something more ex- destroy basebfcU's, greatest alibi: "We- would have won it it hadn't been for the j-otten umpiring. you imagine a worse name umpire'/ was known, only is Mr. .March 12. irt27. "ranees K. Fuller (widow) iii M .liililisnn. lots .S. !t. Id ill liloik 2. First .\ilil. to Lincoln Park an .\(ld. to lola. als'i part of W. of SE. Vi. :!ii-24-l,s. lalg. GO ft.K. of SK. corner of lot IH. block 2. in said Add. S. l.ld fl. l-:.. to middhv of Rock Creek. .\. to |iolnt GO ft. .S., of SK. corner lot 1. block 2, Mn- coln Park W.. to beg.; $1.00. Billie Wo6d and Belle his wife 111 Victor .Mellick .V. <if SW. '4. j V-24-21 and 20. $1P. W. i.i of SK. »4. 12-21- Veget4ble asd quite ofttjn the word rotten or something n pressije, prefaced the Mr. AVheu. a ball game became one-, I 'sided- J'mpire CoUiflower became; There are a lot of fans who can 1"*"^ of attention. He didn't; console ,themselves in defeat by |'a'^t very long and I always felt his picking out a coliple of close plays i name was h'is greatest handicap, •that wient against them and figuring th^ defeat would have been a i Ruddy cheeks—sparklinccycs-f-most 1 ivomen can have. Dr. F. IVI. Edwards! for 20 years treated scores of womea for liver and b<>wcl ailments. During; these ycirs he gave his patic;-.ts a sufW stitutc for calomel made of a few well- known vegetable in.in"edieht 3 mixed with oIiveoil,n<T.'nintrlhcmDr.I|;dw;irds'CHive Tablets. Know tlwm by their oiive color. Tlieje tablets arc wonderrworkcrs on the liver and bowels, which cause a.nor- mal action, carrj-ing off the wdste and poisonous matter in one's system.' If you have a pale faca sallow look, [ iuUeyes,pimples,coateditongue.head- ' iches, a listless, no-good fcclingj all out of sorts, inactive bowels, you take ore \ of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly • for a time and note the pleasing results. ; Thousands of women and men take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets—'now and then to keep fit. 15c. 30i:andr60c ;r A Marvelous Washer At a Sensationally LOW price of only $89.50 F^mbodie.s the sami- iliod- eni cnKint-'erinK pradio!, the .same skilled and earc- ful worknjanship, the .same fine matei-ial.s that' you'll find in wa.^her.s co.sting $150 and more. He apparently was of the same vTctory hVdThe'deci7io "trs 'gonVihIv ""^ minors,; other way. j «'orpd under li liit it iou.s name,: ..... ' but. ho ^Serious Handicap j '^y^H' 'v-i ETTIXG back to the rather im-. Snui ^ pprlant. part a name plays in len -d •Jie lii'e of .III umpire. * were . .A ;u»f>v»_iicm tlui ProsiJeat i heilud w lu?'happened (o choose I he (lid was beyond me—i rally, he was alway.s re-i lo .lesse and Ihe fans' iisianily asking him where Utt hia huraq.. • I i The fl,000,000 way i I There's a way to end colds so quick i effli lent and complete that we paid j?l .i'(i(».n(lii for it. That way is HILL'S. ; It stoiis colds in 24 hours, checks i fev(>r. open* Ihe bowels, tone's the .entire system, 'fhe millions who know it always reJy on it.; Oo start it now. ' r HIU:.*8Cuctn-BroMde.Qim«M B« SOI* r«> c<it HOJ ."S, <• tU i «d bos ^ •riUi pwiraU. At ftUSuf gtates ^aooi | inSfiying Mineral Rations You Must Trust the Manufacturer Hoielor Phone .'51; Klein's Lumber Yard. In Ijuyinjlj mineral rations you can't know whal is inside tnc ba«;. Vou must tru.st tht- maker. Only timq ivill tell whether the maker's claims are ti'ue or Wot. ^'olf Kvoiiid liiid il out if ux wifrk (iiur 10 million doiiai did and you would iiislilutiun. liut you sixty years •ftn tru.st the^jF. K. Watkins Co. For ue have had the reputation of serving Ihe .American farmer cbn.scientiousiy. We have more than jii) million u.scrs'of our ^products iji .America, and we DARK NOT sell you any but the juire.stof njiiieral.s. The ;|;«»od will of our cu.stomers i.s our mo.sl.val- uabk- Jtss'.'t. We cannot run the risk of putting; out anvlhin;; which would injure our reputation.: Vou can order WATKI.NS' SUI'KE.ME iVTINKR- .AI„S with the cerla'niy of best results at the low-. e,sl pritje.s: See it TODAY—it.-; (|ii:il- ity and LOW price will ama'/.e you. Jones Electric , Works «< 4acl.»»ii I'bone IW 10 -lfl f) pr sack; .^-9 Sacks $;U0 per .sack; le.s.s W AT OTHERS SAY OF WATjKINSMVIINERALS than ") .sack.s S:',.7>(i per hundred. Watkins' tupren;.- H] . 1 ^ ' Calciiim Ci'.)oii-". Special f.tr^iii t m Sortiiini Chlortdr. (• ' Feme pxide Manganese Sulphate Iodide . . • fvli Pot.issiim ' ti V/atI .ms' Sup-r-iie Calciiint Special Sodium Rattajn jral r:.«tio;i INni-i.' !;•• r— one' . i.~l .. .: 1 iJ (. I -..00 . too • y -O^ Cattle iviineral I- Carbonate (Limestone) Steam Bone f/cal Chloride (saltl Potassium Iodide •' i. 4J.57 3'..00 . .20.00 .. .03 V/atkin Siipi-emc Poultry Mineral Ration Calciiirri Carbonate rjLimcstone) Special Steam Bone fiscal .Sodium Chloride . Ferric'Oxide Potassium Iodide'. iil.i:;'- .53.97 ..17.00 . .20.00 .. 3.00 .. .03 rSEp r.l KKA.M)S VV.ATKI.NS'THE HEST : , I have fed thirty-one other 6rand.s of minerals in the pa.st four vcars must say. to my knowledge pe Walkin.s beats them all. I am" well lloK\i need minerals. It keeps them in better but' pleased with the .'Vlinerals. condition and shortens feedin?r period, which is a Kreat savinjr |n time and feed.' "Ed Willert, Rockford. Iowa." RE.\SO.\.S WHY I.\ ERA I.S ARE IJIvST commended i,n perfecting a mineral which There are four reasons why we otherwi.se. 'Vird. It has improved the hii better appetite, bijiiier milk flow "Hh. Price was low "Ajfain commendinif you on tliij ii DISTRIBUTOR I Get Started on Watkins' Supreme Eon^ WATKINS' .^ -"Your efforts arc to he highly lill.s a lonjj felt need of every dajryman. choose to use your minerals: "1st. In our estimation it is complete and fulfills every mineral need of a dairy cow. , ' 2nd. It is the only palatable Jind aureeable lasting: miheral we know of. All of our cattle reli.sh it and need no introduction to it throutrh feed or alth and vitality of our herd, resulting? in i more economical production, in compa|ri.^on to results obtained. s real .ser\ice to the farmer." " ' 'I). S. Carlson, Twin l^ke Farm.s, "St. Paul. IVJinn. linerals Now LAFA LANE GAS CITY, KANSAS

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