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March 16, 1927

The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

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H ' THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY I^^^NTJNG. MARCH 16. 1927; 1:-2^ *- "St ! : What Has ;;Goiie llefore t^l'arrftt Kolsoni is stiibbeil to ^eath while Jiwiiuniing at Oct-an »Tb\vri.,N. .1. - Kolsom's bathing companions hqil bi'Cii RoKer Novillo, a busi- u <?Hs parlnt'i-; .Mrs. H'len Uarlia- .by and Cariiiclila Yu Uo!>. .\iiastasia FnlsriiiiJ i-<-<i<'iilric aiir) jiiaHtiTfill Kisltir >f \Ui- (load man, arrives and tuki s rotniiiaiKt. Al Ihi-i iiiqui-.si. it, t^. )i-aiiiiMl tlial till- (li 'illi wcajion s a |ilrhai|. an (iiiiiniul knilc .-jnd It had iK-t-n IIDUKIII; "II UK - ijoardttajk. 1 ,1 IS ;bariK 'cl ihai orii' t 'royilmi Seal's 'IH a r.iiK ic!!" Ill " irrlouM \«<'a^iiiiis. Ml- ailiiilt !4 twii .kiilVi'H lifi! lint iti<- |i |i haif. AliaMlijHiii i-ri«ari-< 'rtlil^ ItirKH. "t»li .ill ljl('< t, lir ttlilll (III 1 )11- I .1 I'. 3 Ian I 'l'liiiii. ilii' i |<:ii| inan't III plicw'. ai rh''-i am! I.< !tiii Irnc'l 1 l?y fiiiiii- viiriiHi* Kri Ml li IIKHM In Kid KiiiM ;i 1)11111. I nviliiil .Siar- tii-mls inj- Kl 'IM- .•^liilli-. lallliilj-'llllliiivi'; 111- lilin l '°iihii.-ii liail ii ^'i'li hla( It- tiiaiJlMK liiiii ami li<' liail Jli'il al llii- UH|i ! I'lil iiiiiiHi'lil. .'-'riiii' iiii'il< i.iiliirs of !!:•• r r- • li'. iui liriliiit; .S'll liaiiuii aid ui^ will-, Maili 'liiii'. an. I lifv;l^i« (inlclly 111 wiirK. It di".<li"| •- >> Carol^WfeUs [ (g)l927By>PAjSERVICBMCj • HI: If i< < aiuiidil.1 X'alilim sli.lf nunn' 1 ii r;<'••'••'in K'l!^""!'^ ., il -il'^. Hn- (ly iiiiiirini; siispicn.ii mi liii>i -;lf. .Si'ar? .-ifvs llial liail iniisd'!' r Mil- lasl \M,ij |il ha"" ii'--ii:iti luiV) lift I' mil 111 lt!>^ <;>i (Ml jUitii ) II till- .1111111 bi' 111 Hiialil own knivi- llH' S(<.r« SlDlii- Miiili 'il ;il''l!iiii alliili lli­ al.ly •••rill i\iliiiliii :4 . Mr, Si'ar .s as a fni.s-itib- Mi .s |ii'ci.'* In* >aiil. "lMM*a:iM* III' ili'in't to ilf I'.iil tl!'- 1 Mil lie a ;i- iiMi M! siiri"of iliat as I am. ami I I |i :i'in' my jiuial i tiHi-^i liml Ui-1 ai iiiiir 'li-iiT." "Willi is."' .Si-ars .'i liii 'iiilcdl tin- I 'laii Willi bi )ii(;lil a lAimili- nl" jiiiil; at ,1 tie' a!!rlii -n Iipiuii laN; in llii' (•M -iiinu till' iii ;;lit iicri |ii- tin- iiiiir- •.Alii V. ill)," .\iia .-^iii .-ia liriiK'i- in. • iKii.j'iit il fur (•'fiiiiiilita ;\'al'hn. (.!l. it wasn 'I iii'ifSsii ly lor lit-r tu fij o'll :iiid buy il lyrsi-ll. Sin- is ci uuinaii will), !ia^ oth.-rs in (in liir ariili rli.iiid vvdrl;;. .\^iii \'vi' listi-ind til all voirM' said. .Mr. Stniic. and it all ((imi';-; bai k liJ lur. I\ir who • Is-r kii"W i 'l advuiiut' I bat niy csi chaiicc that wc stotiil near him." ' "Weir, it's a puzzle," siahi-d { S»on<.'. "I've nothing to work on but i!P<>ple's prejudices, a dagger and a few dollsl Tlial doec-n't seem nrich for an ablehodied de­ lect iveV •i:)(>lls:" exclaimed Robin, •what do'.lsV .(To K« (OD^lnued) HairAppa 1' V 'ent i.; 11 111 ) hint 11! .SKim .^.all•. . ••I lu'ni 111 i-an (111 • 11.- i >ii iiiTi JmilM -il at a-.->ay \vitb I.: Mrs. Valil 'iM." Iiiiii a little iiiilz- be -aiu. Mill iiMilllcr «.IS Cdllllll! knew- it ,e.\i- , (illWIl •III tbo, li-nV Valdiin .N 'l) mil ijillVll.' "Tliat includes I OKcr Xivillc -aiil Slum I lii'iii^b; 1 .iliy. "H;is no r.iiatli of siisiiicicin i>i-vii wiiftcd lii.V uay';" •Su.- •llit."IUf ;Ks s ^iid. I'v" wmiilir' li wliv Kct'ins totliink of » ay. ' • < '••rtaiiily nut FIJI: i ;lM. •"UllfliT .\(\ 1)111 111- aij'l r.aiiy lii'-n'.!-. ' Thiv Will ( till r. .iml. tliuni;!) ;.!)« ;uii| llii 'i'. t!'c'y \iili;i. Wiiy. till V II, Ji-a .'.ii;.' lar .-i- suiii.s Jjlall l(m ;i-r ilji 'il fir.• 2,;.v.- i-miH- iuiii i ^iiii •Ubi. b be (lidnl I i! Stiiiii'.. ••'I'l. 111). .My iiri't liaiii. \Vi 11, Mr. .''^1 It's till) laic fur ymi hliili 'T tmii-i.'bt. I l.a,-y ill III.' nioriiini^ l !iat I ainii-lif.i wi . i 1-1.' .-Ill 's. aiimit ' 1' all (). laii 'I'liwil jv !i li .'iiii! iliat niy liiTiti iliiv. ,1 ln-f.':" • U'.i II this pai 'tiiij; bit 1 imi. ,M j-s l"iiU(iiil ui -nl n nil.111. aii'i lb" nun '.Inr .1 fi V. iiuiri- .Viilds., \ -"S\\ 'aiiMi is a .strange . iim -mi- jaLi-." i 'clliih said,: lliminlilfnli;, fbut .-hv'.s ijiiliiiily '.s Jiiiil. l \ml n. ! ia -K'-inii 'iits ai^aiiisl .Vlis. \'at Inn ;!:••• Liilsl i'LuiMilil' i 'iimi :;!i m ciit^ii .t:i.- ialicatimi 1 .1 llii' pnlJ. •' if liii-ts." Iiilm-^s di'ii. . 1 mic 111 in (!!.•.'• ••(,-it' .Ui'J^s. ! i .aM wi..ii aiaiiai; • rii :..i-'. :i • Inn. iiul l.iii- ;i! linn Si-ais liid 1 uii 1. '4it iiiiati-' '.\it!i |ii 1 liiiili 'l - infi- .i!ii! S\; >. 1 llc- \'al- ifiM".\.- nil nf i.nlii. j.r.iy. am til.- r' ri-.'n:; i ••..'•t a ,.ay . • 1 f :t. S'r al ntli •I II s:nd , Tile 1 an 't .in it.; i >t .1 'li.•(.•>« I'll i.i'l yr 'a ^^lnl, il xiiiii. !l<il .'• a:.:f. id P. I: 1 >i -s of <'l'i)y • 11 lio ilii'ir as- "It liasirt: but I milinil: liiin ill Ilia -naiipi'jl .Mi.'S illi- is jio saiiil, iV.-lr ^Mtillliili. i fnlid inf cai -Ilf [ill V i|.iiai ii'lii-i| . .Tc iij -IK- il- j til liiadi- will.s, Int'llll- (It In:- I llarrk' wmiUI ' a fnijliillc." j n-i'd, " ^a«;;csl- - • t ii'r '.vaf- a rn \\ lie. I !-li|.pn:-c In i|ii irnyi'blni; liDpi. yiiiiill ;;it and nmiid iin nan: ' .Hiincin- niily; mil- ill kln'n; lii'fiin- r was; cmiiitii: I ^inanii-. ; ' "I'll b.-u:' .-1 lil -'lll. ••|!lM tin.; lliai- .11 j (•>. iiji In .' In |..lln-.v' ii;i. Till ••'liii II •;. nii'i 1 saiii I '..'l' .11. « :i il r i-'.pi I ssil.l" ;!•..•.•• . u iii-i" -fill' I : rjiii- ' . '.\ i^tratcv- :i I S.-.i: ."i I'l.'V 1. I '.v. li! li.ua.d i! Ill, lit •I'Vi- ll' i i.f .1 :"i!tilir '11 ; .i.'M'r. I II sa_ '•lliink. ('ri.v. ill! rliii-s 1.11 Ivitu a c.-. nn I'V i'liiii c 1. try al it." .Slniio tidd I il, li': !:iil:i! a.l^liil- tlii 1 .-••III l'-.'-- nil •.v..ri> . !i. nn • Illi' I'l all iK'anl all ! !):•• a'vfasi in tlicir rni)nis. •Illi! ;lic iiif;!ii bnii;; any cdiiii- siT*" Ilaritiii iniinii 'i 'd. bis big vni. I' Ininil dnwii; to a iliscrci'l pill :i. • •, • Sniiii'" Simic rttiirn(!d. smiling. • IJiiI as I inlil .^lars, I'm all al sia. unless 1 caii L'e.l a si raw to s ;iin\ wliii !i v.,iy Illi; wind ' may. laii nr niusl be blowing." •'Vii 'l can"! make iirieks w'lboiit .-tiaw .i. tan yon?"' Itnbin smiled, ainl aiid.'d. .'"ril IJ.'I you've cmssi 'd iny Had off llie li.st of, jiossibles." •Ill l^ei : I ha-.-cirt." Hlnlii' said. "I'.iil tbil's' bcausc be iu'vcr was (.11 it. .\nil. il s a. very sliiall. faint li;;. iiiyway. However, we're only s 1.1 I 'li II i; ill. and no lellliii: wb:(l faymin;; winds ma.v blow s(..niii'i' ibaii We I 'xpi (1. • ••U'li'.'s ai I lie lop of your lisf" lis In port .11 s.a.' n 'll 111.' tp'i*.'* 1 i!.i--!i of ill:-' ir- i. • Ini' l .'ia'.'s ••ia .s I 'l.niniiMii!'" ,'• .'^li'i. • -.liil III I 111.-' innin .illil •!• i r -n'.'. Il apa r; •••I' lii'ime In -Ill li t .1 -11 I '.iii. Il i', iiiiir f..i' 11. .la I Slonp does noi lM>nevp Carme- lltti girtUj: jf\ he onn'! dismiss lipr ciitirfi). In tlie;ne.\t rlinpler Ifiirns more aboiil the |iur-; chaser oi'the plrha(|. OLD'CARLYLE (Ida K. Kelly I Mar. M.-The farmers are Biire- ly mukiiig use of the beautiful weatlier, prejiarliiK the ground and niiwliig oats. .Mr. anil . MTK. .1. .M. Kelly and .Miss Klfireiice, and .Mr. and Mrs, l-^livtn Kelly were dinner ViX'xt^ <•> tlif Wllllain Caldwo^l home in Colony .s(iii>day. of 'Insl week. ~ ,MI>',< Kriiiice f'aldWell catlie home with Kloreiii'i' and spent ii week at Kid- ly's. .\ll day visitors al .Apiilegate's Saliirday were .Mrs. ChJirlev Kidd and children. .Mavgaicl, .Madeline, Kdiililli and Koberi and .Miss llellie l»avl'<. ' " ICii<^4-ll and It&yinond Mill spe.nt .S'lnda.i' aTienioon with .lolin .\lc- Cal.e. ./oe tVallace was a recent visitor at U'cber's. .'^ii'iday of last week .\i:i. and -Mrs. Kweli and laillie of. (ias City Kpcut "M da.v at .Applegale's. .Afleriiooii I 'allcis were .Mr. ulid Mrs. San'i Uaiiiey. ."dr. and 'Mrs. Wright iind daughter .Margaret an(l .Mr. and .Mrs. Hacketi. all of (ias. Kalpli Steplieusou i.s idik with Ibe measles at. the. home if hi-> parents in lola. Howard L'p.shaw went Friilay evi-ni'ig to .N'endeslia to the basketball totirnameiit. .Mis.ses Daisy and Ruth .'\pple- j.uaie aiteiided a .party Saturday j ni;j;bi al the home of .Miss Nina 1 I'ereau in Countv Line district. .S^'vcral froiii this community attended the funeral of .Maxine Cliani-.! hers in lohi lar.l .Monday. Our liearts indeed go out in sympathy 1(1 the bereaved family into whose liiime again the (irini Reaper lias I'litnMeil and plucked a flower. Mr. and .\:rs. Will Krazier of Colony and.Mr. Criii.stead of Kansas ciiy calltMl al Knuin Kelly's -•suiiday cveiiin.g. , ' j The teaiber and pu|iils at Old Carlyle enjoyed a ('inner at noon ; Fridav. in honor of those wlitise I I'ii tli(ia.»s ncdirred in .lanuary and February. .Most'<«f the pupijis did exceptionally well in the Ui-niouthly! e.xam- iii.-itinii.s this time.' The fojlowing pupils received "ertiflcatcs Ifor six :nontlis jierfecl attendance: .Meri- belh .Appbgate. Cliristiiie t'pshaw, Raymond Fpsliaw. .Maxiii" I'psliaiv Richard Weber. The follow- !j. S.i r.rothers hotiie Tuesday. once. Kans.. this week.- Tbey will r .Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Yowell also vis1,t their sou. J. T. Brothers : called on .Mrs. Belle .\dama Friday and family at Coffeyville before returning boine. Mrs. Mae LoWe traded'her "town property to J. W. Kelley for hia N.E. OF HUMBOLDT (.Mrs. .1. W. Uf-oihers) Alar. S.—.Mrs. Humcrickhouse i ;irteri>oon. called on Airs. T(imple Sunday j \.' ' , nnrnine i •*''" andMr.s. frank AIc.MiIIen I ^ :(a!'e.i on Mr. and Mrs.AV. R. Tem- Maiide Conrijs IS i.st.iying with s.itnrday afternoon. .Mr. and .Mrs. .1. S. Brothers arc yisitin- their daughhter. .Mrs. \V. Mis. Winifred Chadilock. , .Miss Sarah Hopkins spent Thursday afternoon with .Mrs. Will Brothers. [ .Mrs. Uelle .-\dam:^ and Lonnie were lola shoppers .\Ionday. Fred Saving ami Will Brothers helped Karl (Jerken saw I wood Tiiursday. .Nlr. and .Mrs. .1. W.i Itrolbers and i .'.Irs. Winifred Cliaddock were Inl.i ' callers Saturday aflernooii. Mr. Ballard and iMr. Baldwin i visited Kridav aflertionii at Fnd ^ Huher'.s. I .Mr. and .Mrs. .McjVdow visilol with .Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Teinple Sunday afiernoon. "j .Mrs. Didle Adams and Loliiiie' called oil y\v*. Will ird K.islham,! .Mrs. Mary I'eak and; Airs. Sparks i Siindiiy afleriionn.l ' i , Air. and MI;H . Rlil|dle of lliiiii-i linMt visited I Sdndiiv affcrnnnti I with Mrs. Wliiifr(-d ^'iiaddo. k. | ! Air. and Mr>i. Fredlliiber calleil ; I on Airs. Belle A'lanis Saiiirday eve-' , • • ' I .Mr. and Alrn. Ru8,sell .'Vinlnissi visited J Siilida.i' aftei-iioon iil llie; p.irentijl-.'Xndriiss lioi^ie. A. Itenner and family of Independ-. farm north of town. •; .Mr. and Airs Ru.ssell Compton of Chaniite visited Sunday evening with .Mr. and Airs. Russell Andruss. W. A. ReniiCr of : Kans., was a iliiiner Independc'ice. gue«t at the Hair being -woman'.s crownlnE glory. Miss Jackie AValls of Oe- troil has a coronet and enougli 1 ^11 over for a royal fobe. Her j ciirls. measure SI ind es. They i tiuch her ^boetops. f veii wheu curled and twis ed. '.f appeariinces are eiL ibe averai;e mall ge lie beauty sleep! I b- S VI I rust- ly lii- .N'ot until 'l.S-lo Were wplcbes .sue-, cessfiillv made by niachilnery. I —Phone Tour Want Ads i.n i» Are You "Toxic?"; It Js .Well, Thim, fo Learn the hn ! pOTtance of Ctntd Elimir.ation. F UNCTIONAL inactivity o;" the kidn.eys pennits a re- t<?ntion off wiite poisons in tli<; blood. Syrnptom^ ol" this text.- condition are a I dull, languiti feeling, drowsy htadachcs and, sonietiioes. toxic Ibackachc and dizziness. ."That tJie kidneys are not fimctioning ds tliey shoul.I is often sliown by scanty or burning passage lof secretions. Many readers have karacU the value jof Doan's fills, stimulant; diuretic to the.kid­ neys, in liiis condition. Users everywhere, endorse D^jun's. Ask your neighbor! DOAN'S Stimalaat Ditmiie to tke Kidney •^cr-ltlburn Co, tlig. Chcin .BiilTtla N.V. Many Kansas aties Built CONCRETE Streets During 1926 Concrete Streets were the people's choice in the following Kansas cities during 1926: Abilene HiUtboro ! . Nononyill* Aichlton Honon Onaga Atwoiid Humboldt Quwatomia Bum Spring* lola PaoU Bonner Spring* Independence Paitona Chanuie Junction City Penry Culumbui Lawrence Saline Dodge CiiT Leaven wonh Scandia Eldorado Lyons Tonganoxie Gidena Lyndon Valley Fall. Giraid Manhattan •Wichita Hcrrington MoniU WilliamAowa HiUOtT Yates Center Arkansas City, Colby, Ft. Scott, Kaiisas City, New*" ton, Muscotah,Pittsburgh,Sedan,Topeka, Whiting, Madison and various other citiM in Kansas also awarded contracts for the construction of concrete street or alley paving during 1926 which will be constructed in 1927. Everywhere that Concrete Streets are in use, taxpayers and motorists alike recognize them as the . modem traffic pavement. Concrete is safest for traffic, permanent and least costlylof repairs, and always remains.smooth and level. Ask for your free copy of "Concrete Streets for Your Town." PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION Gloyd BuildiBe KANSAS CITY. MO. ^ A National Organitation to Improve and ' I Extend the Vies of Concrete Oifices in 31 Cities ILiti'inl asliii!. bis riirio>ilv K '"inj; i and Hi. b.'iller nf him. iin-J; received eertifirates lor 100 ••.\ lii'anliliil iadv .Sion.' sab!. I l''"'f"''' in .siellini;: Wilber •I.,n'. a^k l ,ev name v. l, for s.inie-j V>'>*^ ^JJ^V"!' ' 1'-..t^' iliin:; 1 .11. m. .shell la . i.)....,'.l .,,f I .\lM>I.Kate, ('firisnne L| Hh.-lw. Kal h .., ,!ilv. In .l-.'.l. .-^^,1 far ir^v all . Sie,,hen.son. Uaymoud tii.shuvv. an. i>I:ink !iiysl< r>. i in ni-t iii :i li> •I 'iji II: .V, ai rit I 'l :. |-i.'iii.iiip tl,.' siir' •.\ I ;. I •111. ai'''. it'- j.i... ! I iill'.'.V \v 1' '•'I'r::- ll'"-\.i!:% lin ;.,.,i all 1 ,t)i. 111,1111 • !:ir-. ^l.'ul , I).'' .'! ;' I • •••:i : licil ', V ••i'lr lit I .a ptin'-. II.) ii'_.' >..' itji." lia.\li I'liilii .la.i I' I'-. I li, V .'iiv. Ill |\s'.irU \v ''.lit I in' i 1 .:a III .>i 1 .>i' IM'. 1 I'I 'iV pDV-ll)iiil '"S. nail'' of wliii'li will taki' shape or .l.iiiKibil- iiy. Till' ."iii.v sUaif^bl lail."! ar;', Iliat iCarr.il l-'oLsoiii was stabbed ; •'^l",";'|"''*J>''^, all I I'lal s.iiii.'b'i.lv .--labb.'d him." ••Cnalilii't have b".'ii suicide";" a-^K.'d I '.arri .ii. .Maxine Upshaw. \V" are ulad to enroll Marry and niinald Watkins in our school in lb.' first and second grades re- "Nut a I'hani'c, oil I !iat .aii'l i>> \'. tu iiiiii. (an iv()!i j;. i-.a .-liii id.- 'rile .Iiii'iDr'; .'mrei-1 till- wa.v. v.iii .^iniid | Mrs. S. K. KusHell and .Mrs. Weber from IhiH di.mricl and several oilier women in Carlyle nelKhbor- hi.)d attended the \V. C. T. I', in- <ail iliiii. ill lir .)iit;lil 111 llK'ii' 111, Slolie, wliiie I iliinl jmni' ,\'ilif ,\liasta,-' I 'liiil ,--iH -"4 .',<ii,iii -i, I ' itii'.'. a>k .V( a"s ,-i: ;ii ask tli.'V air -S,.. -.Mr. n to i'.' sjiicii.ii.'S '. iiM :,i s.'ir 111" liny ' I'onifart li..(k iiii" 111.' n..llir'r yoin f <.l>' y.iii ^:\\•^ it liiuijli piililii ily. ' :'l siiall I '.-rlainly do ijiat, .Mr. Inn.' >;ii )lK' sa'iil. an.! ill il i-; inf to you. an.li I dai. .••.iv 11 I-. 1 i-aii i .-ll ,'>iiii liia"- I tliink lliere i,- so far ji.'ry i liiU.; ( viiL -ui'.' auainst ,\Irs. Valil.ni."" I -, - ••I!l.'>s \„\i iuT ill ^'at'I" I'.'ll'iii sn .ariii'Hlj,' ini.'iu .1. ••'i'.'S.i' ] intiiitlf: Si.iii.'".^ .liiiik aunt • .-,!>s. .1 lia^J.' 'iv'inKiii. To lii^' isli foi I.i:i)'. a loy f.i r^i bi'.'iiiiiK. a.lv.iit III wi .iill iiial;.' Ii.'i; .stT a iiiiir.ii 'ri 'Ss! | Tlii mil iiiiika 1)1''' l'.::l • , .1 la . 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I % ^'.'1 a ill i;:v hill' II a.'l '.'• j\s 'i.'. iii.l'.il." .\'i .1 iiarri'ii slirvt;- ^.'.l Ills sliniiMfisi "f was jiayin;:; no ati.nijon l.. lilm." to;- I wanli'.l to ili -i I 111.')'.;. his ialti'inpts al .on- \.'i'sa't:oii. liai a-jl liiiik bark ami i !iia]i /i' tit)' SI.'lit". I .^I'l 'in to s.'i- 1:1; ik\.) ii.uiijs ^'1 a.-Tiiiif; the loi.e ii''\i to ;iiy oviii." j ' j ' •"^.j'li saw him [III iiiid.r'.'" i ".\o. for I was iiini.'il awav". sjnal .iii;; lo .Maili'liii)'. Mat 1 saw ami Inard a commotion and iie .\t tipiii; I In. w lli (i> were •<arryin}; 'i :>u:. I 'liil'.'l !i<'lii-e it niucb. a-siiiniiiK it w.is a case of ii'.'imjis. It liiippciis so olii'n." •"V .i 'll. y.iiii- ii.'Sihnony . doesn't ill Ip 111.' any. ^ oil di.ln'l 'know liini at all'.'" '".Vol at ail. .V .vi -r licanl of him III f.)!'.' that .lay. Il was the nier- siinne ill lolu last Tuenday. I.iltb' Virsinia rpshaw has been iinil.' si.i'k. threatened with piieii- moiiia. and appendicitis, bin is better at this writing. Colds Ended overnight There's a way lo end colds ao quick anil eftiiienl that we paid $1,000,000 for it. That way is IIII.L'S. It stops eoULs in 'H hours, checks fever, oueps the bowels, thi'n tones the entire system. Millions employ it lieciiiisp it brings such prompt,! eoiiipleie results. Go try it now. i BIIX*8 Cucan.Bi «Bi<le.(>imaw B« uirayoa cat HILL'S, la Am nA box vlth. portrait. At aU druyilste 30e. I iiiii III.' : .1' .if • ae i.":!.'!i.' fit a 1 111' ..till ' I.I'l : 1,1, • 1.'. '),( ! iiiiai.' I :':i Jti.iii.' ' iiiii ill a ;..' ji:.M,".|, '.'i.-t, ami. .V.'l i lim t,|ii ir ball' •( I,,,1,1 111' III > .j.iiii ||..'|'. iin.l -11'.' .1: i',, 1 I h.,'in u II lioi I 111' liiiiiAl!i'.lt'i' 111 rl II-al loll'-.'vl.in : j..)lk'< . 'I.li.i-;' 1 1. 111.'- I i.ii .iw.,! • ! ! j ' U'liai wa.s ill lili* i leil ' - or W'ii.lhi'j; sin- dl<l liii.iliv ;'i;iiLlli.'i,i' I- il.iii 1 Uiiiiw. I,!iil liHX rt.jii' lii'ti'. in III.' ^allt. ..M .'.j I'lillil .III !»>|i.' all.! Ill V r.' In ','ii, -Jli'ii. i'l' I bar. !o. >• lieii- i|..>\i 111', a lis..' I |l lip ;U w ml if jM .ll;) .'III I alj) fraiil.. wall' Ijli.' mill II a- liiv nil I! I li.M '1 al illi.'- I'l'iil E^implei and Blotches There is a cleaii, hqalihg liq|iid to use any time, Jhat w| away Pimples, Blackl^ads, ^lemislies and s^tnilsr Skin I * To keep your «kii] clilar andi always use Zehio, thejclean, 'Liquidastringentfocskihandf, . tations. 60c and $1.00it all druggists. easy liirsliotllJy clear Blotches, Skin IrxJtalioiis. healthy healing, and sicalpim- FOR EVKRY OFI'ICK FOR i EVEkY HOME The Improved Chicago Sharpener Quick reUefffrom pBin| Prevent shoo pressure.. DSSchoWs Put one oir'-'the twin it COM i I Mrs; Stella Jttdd of S2l N. Crawford St., Fort Scott, Kans., said: ; •'Before my baby .iime I took several bottles of Ur. I'ierce's Favorite Prescript ion and it certainly "vyas a woiiderf il iielp and benefit' to me. It rav > me stren.stii and courage, and nv baby is stoiit and healthy. I am;' only-too slid Jo; rl'Commen.J (h.;| "Favorite Pr.t scrip-i -tlon' to expectant mothers." ' j Sold by ail difui^irists, in Iln lid or tablet.*! or siiul in'e for trial jikp. ' of tablets to Ur. Pierce's luvaliils' i iHoteLCuffalo. .y, ' ' The mitoniatic pencil sharpener is a con- vcnit 'iK 'c now found in every modern oflice and in thousands of up-to-date l)rivate iiomes. With the Chicago Sharpener selling.at oniy a dollar—no one need deny himself the i)lea.sure and . satisfaction of this niodei'n convenience. I • Phtitne IS and we will deliver one to your sttjre or home. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER "Evcnithbig for the Modem Office" I American Mineral Oil A heavy 'puf* minefal oil lii.Mil for chronic <on- tttpaliun, j lU,ltl«SI.«0 Thia 2 BOIUM >l.ol O] Thiirsdayl Friday and Saturday Face Powder tuz' i^jckrd in artiMic tovM 2 bait! '"^ What is a One-Cer»t Sale? It U • •»!• wh«r» you bv y an ium; •t tho r*fular pric»-tli« « anotlMr ium of th« Mm« kind fot on. c»nL Every article in this lale i> a fiif h- ctai I standard piece of mei chandtee, ju.t the »ame a> we eell |you e»ery day at refular pricet. m Pcnslar BORALINE A Iigud MtUrptic for mouth. ;iMth. UiroM ud iruRf ' An rJ>eUriit for MTt thr <4t- ScuDCfbottk* Quinine Hik Tonic A Irafrantj qulnlna haii balr u>d .<alp| \ la a kaalll caa«Ulia«. Rafular Prtca I iMtla si.oe -TklaSaU mi }U<lka 3l ,C Colonial Club Shaving Cream 'rka ca<oanut •il crMm that aodana t h«| touf haal b.ar<l and l..n<tt>a akin; (.a. Irani Ifri- Utiaa. RatularPrua 1 tuba Sac TluaSalael-l MAG-LAC TOOTH BRUSH A icitntifichrnih madtfnmptin cltttn bristUs. iMtk packtJ in i KanbrPriaa 51c Penslar Household Drugs .so A<pirinTaba.Sr.lO(|t2 for .51 .15 S^dm Bicarbonate •20 Boric Acid .60: Catcara Arom. 4 oz. .25 Comp.CatharticPiIla2fqr.26 .20 Comp.UcoriccPowdL2 for ,21 ,30 Craam of Tartar ' - - — ,10 Fuller* Earth .15 Rochalla Salt* .25 Spirit Camphor .25 Tincture lodio* .50 Witch Haxel Pensiar Toilet Goods •SO Cfcu Bitter CM Cnu | 2 f«r .SI .50 Afltr Skniil LillM | 2 fer :5I SO.rtutirbMCfttaJui SO Il **rita4ric«ri »l .2$ Inti EitT r **t Ptw^ir .25 CI >nflMtl*MW «<r .75 UIK Vtftttl -n <USatk Ztub^ 2 for .16 2 fo^ .21 2 for .61 2 Ur .31 2 for .11 2 fo^ .1* 2 for .26 2 for..2« 2 for .51 2 ftr 41 2r*r.5t 2 f#r .7« 2 for .26 2 ftr .76 HordMaadI, finejai Tv W -Hk Ced.tivn Estnct, Eaalre- tin iwt M «alfeol An improved Cmigh Syrup packed in ft or. bolUck. Regular price 1 bottle 7ic TUaSala tbatUaa 7Sc Almond and Cucumber Cream AaaalMne aadbaalint bUan lar.tka aUa. Al.. hr uaa af taa akaTtoi. •Ufular erica I l»ltb Ma. 'rhliSala ; 2WtllaaSlC Hair Tonic Baautlful hair • nairti cara. Paita- larllaiaTonloJa. aCraya. dtndrulf aiMlprona -j«a.tha fiMha/ hair. RMulfr-prica . I battf. 11.00 'Thu skuii ni ZbaOla. PcBsbr.^ampnia I (acted ia •vAiUm Of. [bonlaLUinwi- imltaim. jRcfulv price IbaoleSic IMafaheji. .2 hiaflM^^^ Colonial Shaving Lotion Imeartaafaal- liwa< an^ camTart ColaaW OM BAY RUM aminsi Hlfhaat <ual- ItrSt.Tllomaa Bar Rum. Far (Maaftacaliaa- bX toi fan- aaaltailalrur^ paaaa. Eiaht nwca batllaa. "TiTtirSL I^.frisic| Zinc Stearata U. S. P.^ PadMdbia*. claaiae alftaa cana. '• Baby Talcum Powder A kaalint ettd aaathiat pawdar pra- •araiiaapatial- \j >aa kalrr'a ta«dar akia. Raffular prta • |a.2fc. ™-.^>26c Vani«hin(| Cream A ,r Qardcii Court FACE POW D I E R Prrfurrwc with lh« UtftA^rtAyi flv*rr« S uuoUi. A pcmdrr U lb* Bo/icM irstirc. GaMen Court f Toilet Wateri A paafama MandJd Ira^ IkarWwat fardana aT lha »aaU Miaala UM Ua>Ue. 1 Rafular prka I Uttb IIJ*! TliuSele »1.51 Ibottlea I Garden Court Double Combine tionCream An all purpiii aaam, laithar fraaar ar tiaaia laaa It laait aMallantaklA faa^ pawdaa baae and • <taana .r Ratularprica lja>»a. ThtoSala 2 Jangle tird. 24 theea and 34 e.i\c Rc(uUr Pric* 75c NEBA Stationery Laije iSerte aad en- \r\.jfitt ol ripple boA paprr all »hitei r^boa to boa. rrhUSala 2 for.76c Laige •hreti of fine quality papara- Mrtcd colon arith imported tiuoc Gaed Tmvlopcs. 24 ahecca and envelope* to boa RepilarPricetl.00 lUiSdellarSLOl Alcolin (RubUnf Alcakal) U.a(ul for rrliarlaij • irir aaralna. atitf-j ItaM, bruiaaa, ate. I* aun«a bottlaa. Ratularprl<a I battla ]k TMaSala , 76c 2balUae " Epftom Salt A wy high rr*4« product. Ir«« fr«m im- k*f iAl «r prk« - I ««#1Mt 1S«. 2 Mn *M 16c Qarden Court COLD CREAM An exreOnil deane. Inf cream pcrfumad with llie Iraifrance U 32H.Ja.rn I 'a .kcdin artifttic jjn. laeulai Pri^a I tar SOc ThUSaleZforSIa Cardan Court Benxoin and Almond Crmam •n »*a fraffrani lleuM craam ^uMklr, aeltana and h.ala ra«tha^ and Irritalad aUna DalrihltuI tlur. aKa.inf. •atvdarpriaa ^t>aUl»Mc TIuaSala2bb«tlaa 'Garden Court j Face Pcrwder Lena alaa basaa U tha famaua Cardan Caw^ Faca Pawdar ! Rafular pataa I baa |tl .0e ThlajSab 2 baaaa >l,dl Qarden Court e .00 Perfume, Baaed 2 for ».« JS Talcum in Tin 2 foe .2« I.OOColdCream<lartaiba)2roe I.OI 1.00 Double Combination Cream'lan« alie) 2 for 1.01 1.50 Ttain Compact 2 foe I.S1 JO Brilliantlne 2 for SI SimCar Remedies KM «aaf. Iran A WIna t tm tiM 1 se B..rHu and ralmalta Camp. 2 far l.*1 .SO Catarrh Craam (lareai 2 far 4t 23 Chare A PapauiLaiaiUrta;2 for J* l.0e Coi^ Urrr E>t Pel^rfal 1 faa I •! .» - Cald a Cnppa Capauba 2 far M 3% Carhalic WttiJt Haaal Sah* 2 far CaalarOU Aratnatla Charaealta n -aCaL^ •Awn MM Swtta 2S .a M Chlldran'l 3< Caldt I le Drnamla TanU. flaraa) .le Orapapala TaMau .2> Era Tana ..M PJfvnaaant Sada Phaa. I.M Hrpapha.phllaa Can M Kidn^r. PIIU ' Urar Sallna'I. .4* Urar Sallna'larta) .1* Mi <ha<Maer«nlai|araa) I* Pa.a4.aiTal ^ «ae >Mala ilaraa) Tallall .•'nalll .2* Pa»-t«aTaUaU(tarea> M WMtaLlnltnaat PlUa Unb Aalire 2 (ar 2 (ar 2 far 2laa 2 (ar 1 far 1 (ar 2 far 1 far 2 far 2 far 2 far 2 (ar 2 (^ 1 lit 2 far J* Kar l.*l I M Nua and Iran TaWaf • .S* Papara Oltaaaaal TakiMc 2 far M I ee Saraapanlla 2 far l.*l M Sada M.nl TaUala . 2 far Jl IS 9ulph,<rACroamTartarLaa2fair .1* .2S Threat Drapara 2 far 2* M Camara Hinkia TaUata IO*a 2 (aa M 40 Caatara Tablala S f tain 2 far M .» Zinr Oilda Olrttnwnl 2 far M NELSON TOILET WATERS Chrpra. narciaaaa •n I baatlaa aad lola •/I' Kansas POUND PAPER Fun pound 73 iliKt* of cradled bnnd fi (iidi Urg* size pound pApir.: AneaaUent^atoe. PensI* Euwtope* R<K>>l*r Price ebc {f^S^CrC ^eS^ Thia Sal* 2 for 61e uSS^iS M T 2forZl«

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