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March 16, 1927

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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY THE -FOKCE. Karli iiiRhl I Wiiivlipil ijvlicn pinna Willi siiv< r fliinio'. and }5aW the liill- sides wrotiKhi- ' | Til nfiUjif^s. i>:il(»-rnc«l likin a wing that liijipi-d -I In mrxuntain lakes, and many times 1 ruuglit . I [A KliinpM? tlironli cellars, ofa-can- ynn Kn :i W<M1 • . ; ' . ThruuBli jcttcled deJiOis down wiiidli (lie Milvir K\iid] M il iriini iii'«>n-rliill!j iliaos'piJed 1. JKiw lli:i\vi'< . ; And I'anliloned at soinu viisl forRC far aliead. - . rlhlll) 1 h;iv<^ tlmiiKliI I ncaied it—l)ut 'I'lie vlf^inr, niiioii , iiiiiiir.i.iin ' »all .\l)d I li.ivi' li.iifd istfuUd.s ' Mciind Icaillnj; nu' • To lii'iir jls tiiatiy Iliiini I lie la'll . ' . or ii);iiiiit.iin w:il<'t>! Iliil I U<' skies ' ^\•tlld.^ HciMii ilH l)ti !ilh. Ill": :'pailis lli.il' risel - Clen W.iicl l)risli;ieli. <n Yi'iU ,Sii;|t. .Vu'tlnr Moments .Mtivie«l I(o<'il^il Tlie iiieiiihi i> idtllie .lniili)r Mo niiiits Mil' H()me blue lliat l-tllOIl so near Hdll!'. lis lliei .\ew (liuirii 8(i|virp Lraicue XnU St. Timj)tliys Chnrch JServiec l,;eaBuc mef Inpt niRllf wil i • Mrs. G. E. Pendarvis nnd Miss hie Hall in llic home ot tlw; fornu r, 40S ICast Jaekson avemic. Mr.s. A. A. Scheil. preside in cliarge. MrH. biity C. Ja lian'sh chairman, reporfci and flowers sent to innnicant patient In St. Joh l)ital. It was deeided to se!«- 1 articles for Christ hospitalf Tosieka the material to be sent froin; the hospital. I .The Itev. Thoma« jOetz Mill, lucipr, uiinonnoed Kpftttir iiKiinlnK syrviees to l)ei held TliiKiiIiy'tf -jil S oVIdik.i l^r, Cox lalkW on co-opiMiillon un-ed Unit every .menilier of .11 <al clnll will abiwar in rciir.il Fjiday iiiftlii ;il f^i'j' in l.ilu :ny hall, iiiidcr Ihi «tf, llieir (-jmiisii)-. .Mrs." Hiinvii. ' |l In-, reiiial is ojinn H:)-,lhe I o'cIoi-!( liieition N. / i.loyii IMildicUicn-wlil lie n ) adiiiis- sioii. Tli«' fiillnwinR, inoK-am ^ill he ^tveii: • I'iuiiof Sjiiiiniiif: nohni ICvi'lyii Waym.'in I .Violin. Kiiiavvaik . - Weiniawski \luij\- Krani;; I'iiino. ^I;r/iirka _:.Cliopii 'i Miirvel i;o«lii.- .Violin.Sc'-iie ill' linllei . i Molim Mali-' j^ivi:; I'iano. Arlmtiis ; ., Itlir-s KiHh H.ufiil •|".iy |iiv A'iolin, Souviiiir/ • _ Hrdla .liiiiiiii.' H 'Til I'iano. IMelwr.i (itiO". V;inilirt)iik 1,1 ••'tcr I "ill,! I'ianii. .Ai.ilii ;iii Xiictiirii" . \Vi irlit Kv.-lyi. Hi.rre. tMiesI Soloist Violin. M.iziiilia ^ rvl;-lni;'r !. i iMai'jiiiic n'll.li;:. ,-Kiiir;ii'l. K.ilua'. Hrii(|i -Til ot' .Mr/- Llnyi! I'.rmvn Vocap. Ui :Ji-.n:il ijiii ir.iro Koiiia Kiilli Myer;; Two |Pi;uios. Klepii- ' Nollet .\i |i-l;'iii>' Ki-id I.Ioyil K. Triiiwii liiid I'jano St 0. 1- inid the I Ins.; IHIOII Ivays lejiKiif be; JireHenl ill eve-y mi'r| there Svijii II neiiei^l expi'e I'rom till- ^iienihers i-onee|-iiliiK .10 inii-ke the rlnirch uriiw. ' -ilxieenj ineiiibeiH \\i'i,f pr*i«enl :ind IIK' (loslesses sieiveil HKII re- rnhshineni H.' « • i <• MeHiiiir < r r. K. 0. mesnliers <il Cliapte The t).,Slsteiliooil. met yesterdavV a iioliii'WIiH Mrs. K. II. SlodKhin ,Mrs. v.. Ilj I he' I'ornu and rel'n K ler- aiid StodRhJIl In tlu- hoiue (if I-. SIS Knst street. The in-|W ollieers were insti^lled .ifler-whidh there was a soelnl I Mr I-'Inl' , HOIII;MI7.;I , . Jyilson ; (;ll^l^ I'v J'iaiio, Valsi- ('a|.ilii- .No. :i . -• ] ; ill- 1,1 "lie I i (-In..:.- \'ioliii. S|ii ?iit 11 llaiiii' .rj.-.irnid • H -.i Il-ir ' •> '? •'• iiU-f riii'i rieiiie I ' A( Sims »hiiV ' TJjIi-ty.liiiii iii'-iiitw-iof l.lii' Bo.j..-'' and; (;iilV; CI-.- Ilul.; lli-- liiif.li school iiiotored I la i eveiiii!); io iilins Hhifr ii(ii-|hive>i (,r lida uheie the bo>.KVvei-e IKISI'S al ti |)i< nil' Hnivper. Atli-j,w.-ivd:-; they foiiiird ;i line parly ai- (ln( ba.xki-th.ill K:IIIII' Hi the hlKli srluMil. '.Miss' Alice Hendrliik.t and .\lSs^, .leamtte Kalis i-liaperoiieil. i ; j The fiirls ami ;boys we!|i': Tin. .Misses Laura lliilisoii. May l-"re(l-. erickson, Kliiia J.Viir.-inee.- Kli'/.n- bcth Miinkilj^.. l.aliia Cardner. .M.-'.y- vil Warner.'.Maiiiiiina Kal.'-lon. Vio- rlet llarnioii. l.aiu'a -Shei-man. .Ne.va .Maddux. .Ma.\ine ; Kleniins, Kiith l?ishoq): Mes-vs.,! K>nnetb Saiilb. !SluxCilbert. Kall'ord Sevurns. Hussell ("lieozeni. iJlarold llowird. Howard Phillipsi Uichard Wolf Wr-ndeir Forrest.j.Xiiios Kotind. Kv- '•rett Howell. DaVe .Massey. I'.i ryl Kenip. I'Loberi Tront. Moyd STI ith • Huxley Kilter. 1.tie .McCnire. Clyd M<<;uire. P.uil former. Henry Hubbard; Kalpli'.Mbortson. Irwin fh|i-is- ty and Richard Florence. Our •hhnionis were soi-ved. .Meinbeifs jiresent were: Mr.-i: K 11. Arnold, .Mrs. Paul Klein. .Mrs \V. It. Hei-lmun. .Mrs. J. G. StaJller. .Mrs. .1. W. Hcsser. .Mrs F. J. Horlon, .Mrs O. L. Hoyl... Mrs. U. O. Christian, Mrs. Floroncc;K. Heldini; Mrs. Chai-lcs F. Scott. Mrs. H. A. IJrown, ^i^s. F. S. Heatlie, .Miss Hazel HoVius. .Mrs. K. W. Harry .Mrs. P. JK. . WauBJl, Kirs. Clyde Thompson, .Mrs. jidin C. Scott. Mrs. J. T. Keid' and Mrs. 11. 11. Howard, of Tii |)eka. • •:• Moinan's Himir .MK>ii«nari Sorlef.v The Woman's Home .^lissiolli^ry Sorii-ty 1)1" the First .Methodist Kpi.-!ioi>.il Cliurcli met yesterday aflermion in llii' social room of the church and was presidi'd over by the president. s.'F. 11. Childs. MI... ().' CarlinKhoiiFe read the -ctipiurc lesson nnd Mrs. Cliarle:' Find; reviewi-d , lli<- chapter "TIi" Uiiral Church at its l!<st." from till- text b 'Njk. .V letter was read from Miss .MarKtnel Lawyer, a mi;-;- .';ioniii-y student at the Kan.sas t.'ity .\;(iiotial TralnliiK .s'c-liool. It was decided to pay a lull scliol.-uship in this school next year for Miss .M:ir- Karet Itickey. of tola. : .\ duel.was sniiK byLMr---. Il.i 1? W.iriK-r :ind .Mrt;. Floyd Klljolt with Mrs. .Iiiliii llraze'c at I he piano, and i -i'fn-shiucnls were., served by the li(!sl<-ss-cs: .Mis.1,1. P. Kohler, .Mr.--. C. K. Keit7.inaii. .Airs. Walter .\rndt. MIS. W. .\. \Vooiliun' and -Mis. Cliarl-s .Mohrhidi. • •:• •:• ('Ii:i|iel in .hinior IliKli .Mi-;-! horijlliy .Midl.'.a si 'iPiLsidcd <-!iapcl . Tiie-iday iiioiiiiii); at Io.:;ii| o.-clin k il). Ill" Junior IUKII sclJioI the iii'oKi'aiii ciiiisi .s| iiiK of imjsicl and icadinnh by the childlen ol .Mc- i K'/nl-y (cbool. - . .\'bfie Alice l-:very. of the lirsi ;;tai|e. and Uay. Heller, of 'hie lotiith Kfade. Have icailiiiKS. The K'ee dub, coiii||ose(l of pupils of llii! Iltth aiidjsI.Mli'Krades dii'ecfed by Miss Kllij'l SIIOIIK. sans were profuse and the flowers were yellow jonquils in bud ^\-a8es on the quartette tablek. and potted plants and ferns. A btiffet tea was served to a large crowd, with Mrs. J. N. Burnside presiding. A prograni was Riven thronfjh- onf the afternoon. Miss Florence Hobart, organist of the church, played "HunK«riaii Dance." hy Brahms. Mary .Mosher gave a reading, "The Youngest in lljo Family." Miss -J.,ncilc Wagner played n piano, eompositihn and responded to an ettcore. .Missi lAiln Bf^lle Jeweit read "A Legend of St. Patrick" and was called niwi tor ah encore. .Mi.ts Ruth HigRins.: sang "Summer Wind" by Blshoff and gave a reading, ".Mother's PIccannin.v." responding to uii encore reading. Bealricc Leffler plRyod\"Lullaby," by' Kilenberg. .Miss Mary .Mosher gave a retiiUng and ' Miss .MarJ()rie .Mathir >Shg "Mttle Town In Old County H<iWii." • <• • : Kiilells (iiilld I'Ictilc iSiipper ^ The nirmbers of the Fldells tlujld of Hie First PrPHh,v|ei'ian cliuiVh held a jdcnic Hiipper and niijetlnK IJIilHl nfghi Ijl Ihe home of Hie le- llrliiK preHldeiil. .Misi, l)a|ilme StoflRhlll. l' The regular meeting was ptesid- ed over by .Miss Stodi;lillI who led ll e dt-vollonals iinil Miss (leiirgia (J lllon was III charge of the Mudy pi llod using the subject, "The For- "elgnej-s In America." • |The niembei's present were: .Mrs t!j S. Shipp. .Mrs. John C. Scott. .Mrs. FloH'nce Syveriid and Ihe .Misses-Carrie Hack. Viola DiilRar- no. Kate Shit-Ids. Jean Halgarno .losephine Weith, Melvin Uritlon Esther Sbaffcr, Blamhe Travis Ktiola (jfcen, Dora Langfonl, Docia Alford, I^irraine (Jreeii. ,loy llcrsh berger. Klla Vozie ami Ceorgia Grilton. SALEM (Hazel Markley) Mar. 1.5.—Mr. and Mrs. .lohn King and tainily and .Mr. and Airs. Jay King and son of Chanute visited Sunday with .Mr. anS Mrs. Merle Markley. ^ Mrs. Hill Kalm of. Lane. Kans.. spent the week, entl at the K. K. Kalm hortie. .Mrs. Claude 4?tii(cViIle visited .Mrs. Fri 'd Howen Satunlay at the Johns hospital. Mr. a:iil .Mrs. J. .Moore. Dhelma .MUrkley and Joe Johnson of Sav- iurg and .Mr. C. C. Handleyof; LajHarpo w'er«- Sunday dinner jsts at the-Oeorge Markley hoiju?. and -Mrs. Fred Wlxson anil Konald ol" Humboldt ualluil in the afternoon.. : . Osiur -Coltrane's are having |lhe spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Kalm. -Mrs*.. MolUc Wray spent the week end at her home in Elsmore. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gardner spent Tuesday evening at the George Markley home. I 'S this week.. Frank Stanford has been of scarlet fever for several • •> <• •:• • <> • •> • •:• •:• •:- MiD^WEEK WORSHIP 1 .. BY.' FHRDKUICK W. LIOWIS Pres. College of Kmp <i Cmporja attempt fellow's IIIKM- iiiiiiibcrs :ind< the harmonica bajnil ilirectcd by .Mrs. V.'. H. King, jilaied live seleclioijs. ."Mary .Mosher.j iif the junior hlRli school, gave a rending and a qi school girls It'is compost class.'' artetie of Junior high sang id in the S;. I'alrick Tea •At Baptist !>)uiile The menihjers' of I'nion of the! held a-" tea from 2 un'il parlors. . Sf. How Lovely You Are, Lady! song which Ideal.s .class. the Women's First Baptist chjii^cli yesterday afteruiion o'clock in the chuijch Patrick decorations The (hutch- I'niwrsal. "Christ loved the cliuicli ami gave lliiiiself up lor it." • Kpli. 5;-;.. ! * * * * "1 Jovi- 'liiy Cliiirc^i. Oh G«"H Hej- w.ilU before Thee stand. Iieiir as tile apple of Thine i-ye. .\nd ; raven on Thy hand." "For lii-r- liiy t<-;irs .•jli.ill ral'. For her my prayi-rs aseend; To iier my <-ar;:e and (oils be KIVCII. 'I'iir lulls and cares shtiU eml." - Tiniolliy i)•.-,IL-.'I! • 4 • * . Lord .tens. Thou wlm art .ibove I lie iiiigliijest of the holy and HH- lioliesl of the miubly, l.-acb ii : thai, ailhoiigh Tliy church iinivi-i- sal is not a jierl'cei church ""villi- (iiii siior (ir wrinkle or an* sueii thing." although it is i-omiio.i I i.f fallible 'iiieu .i:id v.oinen airl i.^ | I ft'n errlllK. feeble; anil divldeil.l yet ill tlie piil|)Ose Of (iod if is III'-I body aiKl liiide ii( His only Son | Help nil' til understand ilia tlie] Clilliell IS Ihe ineilliin! of Thy I-. Vi - : 1; lion, lite <o-':iii ihioimb vhicii I;II:JI for the -seeking soul, cuid- aiiie lor a stiiinbrnd civili/.a'io'i , and coiiilott for wenjry beans ev- , eiywbere are iiK-diati-d b> .'.l-' litlnlity Ciod. Here iniiy this :gen-j (•ration and' nnboju millii.n.f ^ to! come find a :iobIe niirsevy , '^^'for j yoiii;li. a perennial founlai:i ol hoafi^ig w.-ilers. oracles of a ^vi,^- ; dom pure and peacehble o-pmii:^ | down from above, a pillar aii-l | Rroiind of the trii'b.. Her-.r iJi .iy we. like the Prodinal Son, find ourselves. .May we escape the suction of today's thinking whii-ii would draw us down into 11;.- totality of nature or the to;;riiy of society. .May we be free men standing before Ciod unafraid !>••cause of our J)ivine Sponsor. Je-sus Christ. Help us to give the Cii;'rili not our names, or our money or our physical presence, but our .soii.Is ami our all. In the .Name of Hini who loved Ihe ChnrOb and save. His life for it. Amen. Ahovf—CooVIng clans of thr t.in. rolii ./iiiiior ll\pn Bchnnl, liilnit. tl'lj., maJ ^iiir; gooilirx irith iha Grecian currants. I HEIR eldera may engage In International disputes, haranguing over political Issues' and dcnounclijg "foreigners" without any to understand tho other viewpoint, but nearly 10.000,000 children In fifty countries, members of the Junioi' Red Cross, "arb growing up free of prejudice and eager to bo friends regardless ot race, country, religion, or politics. An Instance ot international goodwill which is being fostered hy the junior orKanizalion comes graphically to the L'liitcd States thid week from fireece, 4.n09 miles across the (icc:in. Greek children; moved by receipt of Christmas • boxes from .^mrr:ca, liavo sent a gift of 4,S.li(IO half-pound beres of the flnesi currants grown iii their land, to their "dear. friniida in At ^e/t—Jttiilor Sea Crois Cfirt* v.. of AIninrda, Ca rxMbltlHQ cook -inrfe /roiK (As "giod «H currojif*,'- America." Thbso are be!ng| distributed to Bchobls In every State of tho Uiiion. i« Tho Junior I ited Cross '. a based on th^ ideal I ot service. It was folindeld during the "VVoiId War and Bince the Armistice, nation after nation organized so that today the Junior Ide^l has i red the imagination of chljdren o i eveir continent. In this country It numbers nearly 6,000,000 schtol cbll- dren- • One ot tho most lappealiig projects fostered by tho organ! ation is a program of Internationa school correspondence, out of "wl Ich has growii an exchange ot gifts and portfolios between chlldre i in ii different countries. The CI visimas box project of American Juiiiora dates back to 3021. Kach y -ar 100,000 packages aro shipped to children In European coiintrie: '-These At 57, She's Mother of 18 last Irs. vc-ty ill •s. II. and .Mrs. S. .1. .Markley and lily "viKJied Mrs. Fred Bowetr at .SI. luhuK hoipltai Sunday.I •Irs Lawrum,-" Kulin and fum- of the Fulijvlew nelghborltpotl Endicot t-Jo,^lisdn World's LnrKost Hbw .Hakers Men's Oxfor<ds contain siaall games and toys, pic- tur» books and aimUar k^tta, many iaobioned by children themselves. A Bumter ot the boxes iound tlueir way to Greece where they wer.e|so eotbuslastically received that an ImmenBe Krowth in the Greek Junior membership was atltiitilated .i It was in acknowledgement ot this gift that the Greek children decided to''recIprocata witb the currants, sending 5,000 boxes last year and the larger; consignment ^his month. ' Each box ot currants is stamped with <he Red Cross feniblein and contains the (ollowihgl message from tile Greek juniors:' "As/a token<"oC our devotion ;to the work of the Junior Red Croea and of our strong desire to enter into relations with you, no matter how far away you livei we send you this small present which you will oblige us in accepting." Isn't she one of the loveliest.ladles you ever saw? fter name is BUI OgdvJe, of. the University ol 'Wisconsin Bill's athWtlc record khouls that he'4 all manj although, in this role, as a female lead in the .Haresloot.Club> Dlay,^'Meet_the^Prtncej;'. toe'e.taostjlBdyUke.- .id. li JEDDO (.Mrs. Joe Strubharti -Mar. 12.—.Mrs. Tom Byrum and .Mrs. Loren Rogers and children .sjient Sunday a week aco at the Cl'.as. Saner homo. ileniy Kamping purchased a ho;: of Tom Byrum some time ago. .Mr. Harve Cleniens and sons were business visilors in lola last Fridav. Mrs. jFlake. ulio has been visiting hef brother. .\. J. .McCarley. for .<<onii- tinie. has returned to her lionie iit Kansas City. Mr. ifiid .Mrs. Henry Hess and family spent .Monilay a week apo at the ,1. W. Sullivan home in loIa. Fdna Lash has Been absent from sc'iool for .some lithe siifferiiii; witb tonsilitis. Verne Peirrsnn M,aw<-d wi>od for 111 iirv Hess a week .t;;o. fev '-iyii Tlinmas., who underwent an appendicitis- cipi ration al the Jo!iii ;on bospi'al in ("baniile nome ilime ,-iqo. is i;«-tiinj; alouR nicely 1 F,ven-it Hi -^s. who bns spent the ' p:»si yt ;ir or nirrji.' in Hlinui-. i- lioiiie lor the siiniiiier. Hoiiii-r l.asli wan calloil Te\as :i week ami on HI (iiiiiU of the di ii'i I of a sister. .Mrs. Fled Kiii 'sel. The conimiinity extends sympathy^ , I>eo Tliompsoit has b'.-eli ViJ -y ill Willi the gr'ppe. t .Mr. and .Mrs. jTim. Willi.ijns a» tended the liinrral i>( M'-s. -W'-l- Ijams's^ bnitlier. .Mr. Frank .Mill-^j :i| Iidir .1 week ago .Sunday. Mr. , and Mrr;. William;; lune ihe .-'ym- i p.-l'ihy, of tile entire community. Mary, Kvecett and James He^-^ speiil Sunday atlernoon with Oliviir .Sirtihhart and Anila Klolzbach ; .Mrs-. A. W. Thompson was on the .sick list tho last of the -week. I .-\nna Kiotzbacli retiirned to school after a week's absence. ****** ***** * * * i ; * KEALE.ST,VtKTRANSFEB8 * Issued Dally from Office ot * -lo\& Abstract ;Co. * * * * + * * * ^ * *•*:* + • * a March i:., 1^)27. Johcpb P. Rose and ivife. Emma, to Henry Dressli-r. lots l.'i. ID; 17. IS. an<K2(i.-bI-i< k Ilencl.-r.son Powell's Aildltion III Hie City of lola, Sll'O.mt. n. D. CoiirlniU-, K\i-r ijlor lo Ilaii- nah Larson, lots '.>. in aiid 11. block t;. City of Elsmore. Sisdo.no. Life's Alive Again Spring- bij'ings the annual miracle.. Nature revives. A new hope comes to ieach one of us—and a new determinatii^n. i Spring- means action, to keep step with Life. . - ' I You're svinging: in line, of course. Nothing-you cain stai-t this spring can be made more beneficial than a First National Bank account, if you haven't one now. For as Nature develpps lier fmits—a bank account ig-rows and bears fruits of comfort, security, financial independence. FIRST lOLA BANK KANSAS 'Service-—Cheerful—P.rompt—Efficient' Oldest Bank in Allen County ^Ufiitiitihiriiiiiiiiii r-W, ,m irill!'[ll'lll'IIIHlHI "A big family keeps you young" says Mrs. Harrv Horsley. 37 of Indianapolis, ind . riiother of IS cliildren. 1.'! of whom are living Mrs. Hor.sley is shown holdin;.' twin girls, the latest additions to hdr fam ily They're Margery 't left) and .Mildred. Mrs. Horsley married at 1-4 ; OLD ELSMORE -Mar. l .'i .-.Mrs. Voluim .-|uri! urn- day.last 'week ai Hi" .1. W. Aliie. • man iiome. .Mrs. .Mice Pri^'litly i :i::'-ii o-i .Mrs.; Otlin I'onl Tiiesi|,,y .n;, i • noonl .Mijs. Alb-n Deiiieir.iti spi i!t F: (':iy V'IKU; .-M .!. II. i'flv.'U'- Otho l -'iit -il .iioi; Ft-:iiiU C.l -,>i -l V.I |-e lola llll day. Ml--. Asliliy wi- ., till-.? :(-;!lli-r .It !!u- liiiiue. Pelilali AM.r;i:-ii -.- ;ii> .Mrs. Hiifs-ell Liidlum.' .Mis> lllanilie Colwell called on .Mrs. Ilrii;.'nly and .Mabel ,!.Mond!iy i-vellilis. J. I. ' .Mrs. L. O.'F'iird called On .Mrs. Will .\ldi rnisin Wednesda:j-; i vi.-i:-,!.- S .iMii- Tii. V. r IV 1 ^l•Il- spell! .-IlIIli! i_\ _'iiiroi\Ma: Lsdlr*! AxllT«w for Ckl.'liK-U-n Bnm <inn >laB<-d>i«< lllic I'ottt, ««3jetl *ith ,l-.i.>b(m. -r*lf«M«tlMr. IlK'iNiDVIL'LH.ftic' IV >l<-.t.Sllnt. RclUhte. •ninRVOBUCGlSISBTl Meet Ml* Kansas City and Detroit are rival applicants for the honor of en- l-Miainlng next year's tournament of the. .\merican Bowling Congri»ins-.! The choice between the two will be made at the annual meeting of the A. B. C to be held March 18 in contiectioii with the \ tournament now on at Peoria. —tjor 'prompt results use the Class|Hbd Ctolumns. i • i- . , ' i i * . • I y:it\, i.-ii.i- & Co.. New ')0i)\ (ily. lliTc all (lay 'lonHirrow, Till KSDAY Dresses and Goats Ne^v Slypes ' ^ j Laicsi >!aterials Good Values l'*fck'them from his trunks and lake them home yo'j. Kvcry purchase delivered when you i»ay. ydn'i do -u/ii^ women jfioppevd W ONjiEN, because they'shop,' have learned to distinguish values. Only by comparison have they learned of the wide difference in hosiery- They kijow exactly nfhat they want and substitutes won't dol " i • So 'with coffee*. Only hy comparing their" flavors can you choose the one coffee you like best. Then, it is easy to • avoid substitutes by always calling for your favorite coffee by brand name. We cc^uld tell you of the wonderful • flavor aiid delicate aroma of Folgcr's i Coffee. How you would enjoy each ' tteaming cup of this blend of the world'* finest coffees. Instead, weask you to compare Folger* Coffee with the brand you are noi tuing by making the Folger Coffee Tes It is the logical, easy way to shop fc coffee. The Folger Coff<:eTest: Orink Folger't Coffee tomorrow morning; the next morning drink the coffee you have been tising; the third morning drink Folgcr's agaii). You will decidedly favor one brand or the other. The Best Coffee Wins. That's fair, isn't it? fdhepst thought in the mrniin^ \ FULLIiEII^S FOLGERS fACCtD

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