Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 17, 1927 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 17, 1927
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J 4TTB lOLA DAILY REGT^R^TftPRSPAY EVENmt ?. IMARCK 17.1927. "f I 1 PAGE THREE! Ruth Wolfe, tlaujrhter of Mr. and Mrs. .Ice Wolfe, was unable to ut- tcnd school yesterday on aicount of illness. Frank Blccha, district farm bur<?au leader for southeast Kansa.s. is. in Allen county today. Roy Gwin, county agen^. is accompar.y- iag him DU a tour of the county. • — ! .Mrs. K. C. fourt'.-r of SO.! .North —The Kclvinator is the olifest j street, who uuilerweiit an opera- and best electric refriKt-rator f6r j lion at St. .Tohns hospital two weeks the home. K. C. Erectric.aud Plumb- 1 a?o. was able to reluru to licr home iiig Co. . i ; i Tue.sday. Frank Marks ^as Yates Center as a kitne^ii Thurlow McC.uIloui h case, r Mr. McCulIou !h and 'killed by a.baidit at the Santa Fe depot. {been icalled to in the insnVance was sb( t last yoa!r The BIue$ and Littld GirlMue Earl Peterson anfl.lfamily have moved from a farm f of lola to 606 .Vorth ve mile.s nortli Wiilnut street. , Several Ida business nun "ifiil to Yates Center today to testify in a suit over insurance aileKMl ilue the.widow of TliurlouKh .MtCiiI- lough. Santa Fe agent, who was shot and. killed by a baii'iit lure a year ago. —O. L. Cox, M. D.. ^pedaliit. Kye, Ear, Noiis and Tiiroat. Th'} Star Vall-y Woiin-ii's Knrni Bureau oliib Is niakiii;.' di^ss forms 'at ii!j meeting loda>", .Urs... Floi- cnee Syverihi. rouni.v boiiii' dfiii- onFlratiuii aHeni. is assistiiij; 111 llie work. • •. ; 1 —Try It once—yoii other. Van Hoozer'i will bar* no Bread. .Ml.-. II. K. H.-inhllnK. of Kmpor- ia'. si'iTi'iary of the- .Auii-Clgarette League [and W. ('. T. V. president lor Lyon County, is In lola' in the inierest oi those organizations. Jvan HLxler. wlfo has been spending the last fiv.i' months wiili his sister. .Mis. Frank Mflli-. soulliwest of lola. lias reiiirniil to bis home ill Kalamazoo. Midi. —Dr. A. B. Twadell, Osteopath. New Globe Bldg. Phone 191. Clifford .Murphy of the lola Dairy I Co. has. purchased r*.-s!denee prop- j ort.i' at 601 ^or'h Chestnut street | am! they will occupy it as a home, j — Positively do not buy your Mat! until you have seen our beautiful j dirplay. Hats 'for Miss, matron' and children. Kver^- ilay a Sales' Day at Edwar<ls Millinery. | W. 11. Root returned last night from Wichita where hi- had been'! n! of re- attending til*! blate i'ouvei|t!(>a master plumbers. .Mr. Root ports a very interesting aild liable meet in;;. ( prof- • I >|.IJre.- -I liavi; esiablisln'l :i li-mporary offiii- ai niy -Ti 'sidenri-. .V. .lef- fersoti. where; I :cair ••xaniliie eyi-s. im .s aco-pted fit glasses, and iiiaki- ripairs. • .sumdard ; (Jil Phone Sii'_' fur appoiiitiiiiiit. FraB(z._Oplomet:i''t. Iru H. .I'M Klpier. of <'lianiite. who has livi'ii visiting h\ii fiiotbi-r. .Mrs. K. W .-di'kend ><if .'i IS West Scott St.. a posttloli Willi the .Co. II.- will have charge iif till li''ad((uarters sales ti-rritory In Kansas Cilv, with Mo. I .Mrs. C. R. Scroggiiis drove from Kiiipcriu Tiieiiilay morniim to spemi t'lc day with her niothe'r. ,\Irs. Mary jcjty. .Mo., -has' Ij fJodfrey anil lier sister. .Mrs. L. -X- 1 hu^siness in ci Tweedy and First street. family ot US —Christian tJiieiice lecture. Sunday afternoon.{.March -U. 2::!0. Kel- lev Theater, by John Randal Dinin.-j C. S. B.. Boston.-.Mass. Public is' invited. W. K (•|irti>. of tlie Ciiitij^ Live Stock foiumisHon Co., of Kansas been looking aft^r , _ onnectlon wijh bis So.uth I company at this jiluce and injYates I Center the pa^t few divs. ' 1 - 'I —Dr. Montgomery. Cblropfactor. tola .Laundry Bldg. Phone 138. Williati! ningman. of ,42" Cli>'ftniit strei't.' who .has bt South len ill Word has beqii receivcii licre of : the t'.eatli of .Mr. '/.acliariah Chick jsn his ranch i near 'Whitewater. Montana. Friday. Februiiry 2.T. .Mrs. Chick formerly "was .Mr.^. A. t). len anil for many yoars slie anJ *fhc late .Mr. .\lleii and tlifir son. 'Hollidge .\llen.: liv^-d in loia and •Bill be remembered by many for, mer faniili"s. Mrs. Cliick was a visitor in lola lust fall and paid the Register^ pleasant, call. Willi the flu. is reported better. Mrs. II. C. Webber, who lives m-ar Carlyle. visited with friends in-Rassett yeste^ay. - - I have established a tPiiii tffic'? at my residenc^. :;•>.( 1. M. Fuller reii'ived a letter this morning from .Mrs. FulbT, wl:i> • with tlieir son Mel W. Fuller, an- In .\rtcsla. .N'ew .Mcxiti)! conveying the good news that Mel continues ' t'l sf"adilv ii'iprf)V<! in health jind ; is getting along fine. 1 Tb" .\lii(li>rn I!riitbirhiMid of • iAmcriia lodge lield its regt lar liieetjng last night in th>- Knights of Hytbias ball. .\ •.;o()d crowd.was presc:'! and alliiided tbei ilallce wblc;> was given after lodge closed. Visitors from the Fort Scott lodge w <Te .Mr. ;inil .Mrs. Tom (>io :iroil. .Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Ilaifilin and .Mr. a!id -Mrs; .Jaiiies IROIIIK H. \. Suttdii ot '.hi- lola I'lninb- ing Co. rcturiied last night on the; gimtlower Special trom Wichita; where he attended the master; pluiiil'ers'. state convention. j .Mr. Raliih l .K-. who has iieen ; working in the interest of the .Miwi-; ern Mrntlierhood of -Vmerica |c!dge •it Fort Scott for several weeks p;(-f. is sp'iiding tliis wet -k at his iiome ill lola. Mrs. M. Downing with her aunt. Bronson, Kahs. spent! today Mafy Daris, in ' .Mrs. James Smith 'and son of 502 North First street, 'are spending the day with relatives in LaHarpe.. J. n. Oclphman left on the Oif Flyer yesterday on i iness trip to Kansas] ' accompanied by his few days bus- (Mty. He was daughter. In.a. Herei)* tho first' photo evcTTakenVf .Mr., and Mr.s. Monte their jilaucbter. Barbara Ann. The picture was taken Monte came off the ••gef after making a scene for a riictuie, .Mi >-i .\l. Wilson was mer Ueiii Rronson y>'slerday nii bllsilll•s^ With soifle I.ila pciipje. .Miss Kstella (iHciiel! of llinvanl. Kalis., who has tieeji a guest in the home of .Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Arndt of t,l<r Snitb Wa.-hington avfiuie, nturnod home tuda*. firs. W. A. I)i;\i~ went lo Kni- po^i 1 today tor- a vi-it wiili iier sou. Clyde Davis and family. l--ugeiie and Kathleen III South State street a ill with t4U! measle.-.. Who will visit with |-elatives there. .Mrs. Kdgar .Se.xtou,janil daii.ihters. |.Mary.I>ou and Je'ani left for Kan- isas City. .Mo., last nifebt. to join .Mr. iSe.xton and make lli|at their home. • .Mr. Sexton is enipjoyed at tlie Swift Packing Company. ' lola Knslish. 11 .wars old: who underwent an appeni ectomv operation at St. .iolins ! ospita! three weeks ago. was ablejto be-returned Nash Motor Company Moves, Its Location fka Rev. Davis of ;Cherryvale^ tbe Rev-.j 3. A. MtinnekeViOf: Parsons!, anil the Rev. C. M. Mills of Humboldt came this afternoon' to attend a meeting of the commit-; tee cf the Presbyterian church .Ito set ill motion the program tbrougb which the .N'eosho Presbytery [is e .xpecting lii rais? its quota of , to- h-r home on Si , street road today. nth Keiiliic4iy The Allen County jt'air I>ireciors ; will liDid a meeting! Saturday :.-it •.i.-.tO »i"clock at the' .|)ffice of t;lie secretary. I>r; F. S. fleattie. .lo ilN- fair. the eree- for ijlie eiKss plans for the {big V.n Plans, are under way for 'inn of a new biiili ing women's de|,artnient. taking it Out of the .Merchant's bi|riding to give mure room for the ilierchants dis- , plays. The- N'ash .Motor Sales Co.. formerly located at; 114 East Jackson, has moved its show rooms and repair shop to the building' formerly oocnpied by the City Garage, at 214 .Vorth Jefferson. ! Hirman Tholcn. manager of the j company, says, the change'$i.-,.iieo.i>ot>. a fuiid the Presbyterian was "necessiiated by a need foi-'n-hurt h is undertaking to raise as larger, quarters. At the new loca-ijt.s part of its pension plan. The n"o.i the .\a h .Motor Sales Co. will j „,M >ting was called by T. B. Sban-/ n->ef storage space for iiyj: times ; non. chairniau for this Presbyteb"-' as rinny cars as formerly. The, • ' • - i , repair sluip will also liavo much j , ; - .' i more space. I Merie Bollinger will soon open I a new tire sales and: repair siiop .in'ihe Thiden building, the' old i.Vasli headiiliarters. He will sell -.Firestone tires ami tubes ahd plans to in.stall a complete balt--ry. oil- { grea.sin;x and washing servii-e in addition to bis-tire department. I .Mr. Logsin Reynold^s. who for- mi-rly managed the fity C'arage. Is said: to be planning to devote his ; entire lime to operating bis inail •'route which, recenrly. was greatly •extended.' No Bmit Needed— Rat-Tox is a taaty but and powerful p <H8oa .combined. Ready to use. In handy tube at your retailer. AMibbh Kills I»r. C. W. Sli;iilwick returned yesterday from ".Shawnee, okla.. where he ji .id ln-eii visiting bis son. Wilfred, who is ait'.'iiding college there, and bis daug'bii'r. .Mrs Leila (Jiiart and faiiiilv. MONCV BACK l» IT OOnTWOTICKU Blue Utist btier I'llW »••• re wifh r- OI orted Dr. I) K. Yarnell i-M. !>.» \v..s in lola foday represeutin;; the Uiv-1 men".-? Committee of the Presbyter- \ ; Ian Church in tlie U. ;5. A. This I committee Is seeking to build up a : litiid of $l."i.OUl».lWl to be US«M1 in I the new Presbyterian pHaii for p; li­ the and Rb.val A'acuum best—terms' \ Plumbing Co.: >we<'iiers are K. C. Klectric The Washburn : (."ollege chajiter of Kappa Alpha Tiieta has announced the initiation of .Miriam Thoroman. of lola. M high honors in si holars semester, iaccordins to • roll which has j;ist riam won liip for last the honor\ been an- ' nounced. She dramatic club. i.s a member of the .Mrs. Denia Miller of iu, lola yesterday on tour. Mildred was -Mr^. C. .M. Clark of Cliainiiaii. a shopping Kaius.. wli ! iiien a guest in tile (;. It. Card boni". :!"2 Fast strvtl. let today for Tiil.-a. Okla. arv r-i-son. where 1 can examinej eyes, it ulas .ios; aud make 'repairs, 'lionf- .sii2 for apiioitilmeiit. Ira B. •'ram;;. Optometrist.: i .Mrs Homt leen ill with letter. •r ijiiipgan. wlioi haq h tlic flu. is reported Chickens are worth good money [file.-;-' days. .\t Ituist it would seem so t"..'r Jake Ra^Ie of 27 Soutli Ohio sold twenty-hens tlie other day for half eiiiiugh money -.vitli which to purchase a horse. tliac tlie horse may be ib-ar. .Miss (iill Raxton of .Mildred was an Ida slioptier ye.-^terday. Hand ! 2iK .-=.>->tl; ered from iiiil Wayne State street t'ae nuasle- llaiikin' liave le : of •ov- Horot'iy Bill kmaster of S West fanipbell .strei'f. who liu-s 1M eii ill with i:iie measles, has lecinered. -:oi!.< of ministers. II- spent time '.villi varioils offi iirs of li'..i ..i.d iK -arbv cliiMcl es. ( \!:-. :iiid Mr--. W. L. ( <i ii'l,;it x\u- meat niarke Se; ,c" gfroi ery. are their lirsii anniversary day. Tiiej' .started in bi; i'!-t a year ago 'oday pleased with the r-.-suit the IniSllles.,. his tiie .-irf -per. \v! .1,at the Self celebrating in .lola to- siuesa here id are v.ell > tar's Mrs. Ciiy (Jajst and daughter ante down from Mildnil ye.ster- !iay and interviewed Ijla imer- hants. They were sliopping. • John McDowell' le Baton Rouge. La., trip. I ft yesterday for on yi business \V:\ Ruth Kvving SittI-s went lii'oa train Xi with ib'^ laiter's cousin, ni.e Settles. .Mr. and .Mr>. Alex .Skene ..f II,.- troii. .Mich., arrived ve: terday lor nil MISS Ruby ^ visit with Mr. Sken-'s siMer. to HiimlMddton the:jirs_ j.', ij Beattie and 1 )r. Beattie. spend the afternoon -I,} .><,,iifh:.Buckeye stre t. .Mr. and .Miss Jier- ;ilrs. Skemj are on their way home from a three months mi ror trip in Lee Limes'was in from LaHarpe the east and south. They Mrs. L. C Bush of 2".-. South Chestnut street is reported as ru- • covering frijni the flu. ' Todav is potato planting- dav. In -Just like Angel Food Cake. {'•'"r ^ if""^ >--^'^''!''-^ busines .s. an Hoozer's Bread. 2 for 15c. JT"' ' " ! Patricks day—tojlay. : Mrs. J. f. jSbaiihell. of .Madison, i Kan-.. IS visiiinc her parents. .M'i-i ' and Mrs. <••• f'liestnut Jaihes St. \ Hmifeo. 410 South .Mr".- DiiClanse of Lawrence. ' Kan., it; visiiinc in the home ot! lier dan'uhter.'.\lrs. diaries Franklin, of northeaVt of LaHarpe. SAl.VT P.VTRICK HA.N'CK AT KLKS t'LfB Thursday. .March "17 YounglirrB Orchoxlra This will be jtlie last dalice- of the'season.' F. L. B. LEATELL, M. D .j ! - i Spj^clal attenfloD Riven Disease"!] of Colon and Rectum. Electi-o-Therapy and ' Physibtherapy. ' Office lola State Bank Bldg. Phones—147 aiid 705. ('. AV. Slifer. district manag -T of the securitie.^ department of fne ; Ci'ited Stores Companv. Piiruly : Wiggly. was in lola yesterday 'on 'important h'lsiness in coniu'crioii with the company's iM-iiaiiizalioii. The K. C Klertric aini Pllini'iiir; Co. has aiMeM another office roi '.'ii t ) lis iiiteijnr eiinipnieiit .Mrs. J. C. Woodiir arrived lioni"- la-t ni^ilit from llenryeir.i. Okla.. where ,s!i.' has been spctidjui; th" winter uiMi her daughter. .Mis (ai- Weeklv and lamily. south via and have Cuba and visited at .^ew Orleans. the eastern i visited in Fl the Mardi I.eroy .Xd.un---. who frmi KiMisas City Mi his iiiiiur. 2"! Sr street. returned heme -ihl.iy. -s :i| ;,i ;i'h Cile.sllil! F. L Hughes went to Kansas City this iiHirniiig for the i>;irpiis.. of pureha-iii: .-1 var load i >f fruji for till- lo'a market. ffaVid .'Vbirniw of ters office ..f t'le Works, is i.'idav on the Iie .idi|uar- I'liited ' Iron lown frum Kansas City ll-i'l |e -s riiliuif ted with I C .\ Reid. wlio .o I niuiianii'd bis parents to-their hojiie in Mil eral. Kaps.. alt. r s|,,.ndini: the w nter lure, lias r tinned hoiiie. Mrs. Hazel r..tfie|il is visiti {few days with her parents, .Mr All Elks invited-$l per couple ! j,;,^,,,^ Funstoni near Oirl ig a and vie." 1 — j George farnfr. sis North Jtlirk- . Mr"?. Florence Barber is' spend- 1 eye.j is; reniodeljinc his house wliieir ing a fewMlays ivith "tier aiiliit. .Mrs. : was damaged by fire a few wjeks Ryan., in LaHarpe". i ago. - MrB.,Lcora McWherter of llujn- boldt spent yesterday with her mother. .Mrs. SUtii/ot 210 -Soyth; ^^'i Ghcslnut street.' —Free Lecture oii Chrisiiaii Silence. Sunday aftcrun<>n. March 20. at liy John Jvandal lUinii. C. S. B.. of Boston. .Mass.. in Kelley Theater. The imblic is cordially invited. ItegNiratimi Nidiee. The oflic'e of^ the City (jkrk be open from 'S o'clock a. ni. till I'l o'clock p. .ni. beginiiing Mar.h l>': 1927 and closing Mtireh :. 2.->. 1!>;.'7. for the purpose of regis- trVition. .Vll those who did not vote at till' Ci.neral Klectio i last No- venil'er. or who have ni ived since, ip.iis! register to eiit'iti > tlieni to t'I*fferd Miiri'iiy .ind family have moved from li)."> .South Third street I to a residence at '".•"'l .\orlh Chestnut. Hoc Hartley, jiresideut of the First .Vatinnal Bank of LaHarpe I was jii'. lola business visitor y.>.s- terday. - • .lack Herring and Hoh. Chtirles. of Sal'-ni district, vi'sitp.j yester- liay at file-heme nf Mr and .Mrs. J. O .\Iyer.s' at Til South Washington avenue. I). K. Ritter. vice jiresident of t'ne Lehigli Portland Cement cor- ; poratiotv and R. R. Bear, chief engineer, of :.\Mentovvn. Pai. arrived- on : t:iM noon train today ion. biisines.s at the local plant. They will leave this evening for .Mitchell. Indiana. Clippings from the vot-' at April .'. the Cilv . 1!*27. Klectioii: to be Mrs. J. R. Jone's ami s:)n. Ansel.' of .Kmporia, siient Tuesday with the former's'sons and their families. - Kdiia , .Morgiijii, ; Datifee of 'iT.', So'.lUi Chesjlniit Mr>--'t aiid Crace, Kay and I Ralph Sloaii: pupils at Washhiglon schbol. are recovering iilcelv from the ineasli's. I). L leld Mr. Leslie Waller Mo. is visiting, bis McVIKL. City Clerk. of Vavijrly. sister. Mrs. Ilarley ('lark til Spetlili 'lie work at tlie .Mr. Waller -liiiitiier heie "iip-ni plant. lexpi-cts 'and Voiir all be -. Hryi print; I oiit Kdiiiir W-stiui. of Llttl Ark . :wiio i tilled bet-.- hy ileaili of Ills luotlier. .Mi;\;. Fr W'-stJMI. retuiti'd til lljs home ; II-HUV ; ; • R.;..k. the ink .Moiitevifl|-o rriigiiav Sun. sent by .Mr. Rolla \'arner 'to his father. Judge .1. ,1. Vainer, jiring an interestiug rei>o;t ;-.f -.v.'iyt jis del hired to be the first S'liitii American 'Rotarv. Convention ever held. -Mr Varn>;r is the riiana:.'er of '.I big cement j plant at Sfyago. a suhiiH) of .Moiitevideii; and upoii hi-; inviiatii'ii [iln- dele-- u.-ites til the Itotar.v convention visited the plant, the report' of the vijst ill th- Sun 'leiug aicoinpaiiied In a jiii tiire .>;' tiie group, including .\lr Variier and iiis wife .Mr. \'ar- iret Write- to bi< ta'ber tliat on this o<ias;:oii he maib; bis first foreign latigdage speech and admits that while, i' racked his nerves a goed deal the (iilks wlio heardil seemed to tli'hk It was ail right. the. |',|| ;ilai;t Mr. .Morrow says work is lively; in .ill the id .iiits of.-tb-" I oinp -iiiv. the Jola pl:iii;' be- j ing esp..(-iai|-. o '-i iijijed i|i .-t now in bifilding oil tanks and drilling rigs. Reailers of .'lie Re :;isti|r will remember tiiat in the receiil .\llen Ciuinty contest for the Iiest re -u!i:- ^ from corn raising, trrst honors so far as the ai -nial-niimher of bushels, •per aere «as con. ertied went to Mr. H. li.ijzer. Well known Allen . I'liiitv >iairyniaii. .Mr P.alzer raised "e S hushejs to the air.- on up land whiclr ••i::!:t jears aso was loii.-id- ered pra. lirally worthless. Ten ; bushels of the sr-ed from this record I rop Were sidd to Cii .iirge .\'. drover and he will plant theni in some of: the be^t bottom Uuid in the county.' It will be interesting to jlearn next fall, how his yield- Icomparei with that; which .Mr. Balzer obtained. A Child's oast rida went route and Gras 26, Years of Successful Merchandising in Jala FEATURED FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NE W SPRING Special ly Fca I u red at The lato.>-t Spring creation.s in fancy .straw.s; .sjlk and .straw combinations, .shown in ail the popiilir.spring shade.s. "Onyx Poinlcx Hosiery" DRY COODS-WOMENS WEAR-MILLINERY lOLA-^ KAi^SAS Xfirthriin HIrffr.. Formerly Octfupied by James KichurtLsoa. "Humming Bird Hosiery" Northrup IJIdg lOLA'S POPULAR STORE Yes—Dangerousl When her child ia eoughing. Mother leeks quick relief.- For 64 y«ar«, Mpthera have oied ChamberUin'a -Cough Remedy. It removespfaelgm, gives soothins relief. Mpthem-write for free booklet on "Care of the Side." ^CbamlMrlaiii If cdlctn* Co., 604 Park; Dea Hoinea. iCoiitalns no alcohol or refreshed by •'leaning. I'lonvpt Servici;' .\l(l<i»<ih ( ieanero ".^•Phone !".'> to Ml-, ami Mrs- Roy Fry driivi I'lti ^tmiK yesterday on a i-oi»ibi||ed biisines~ and pb-asiire trip. I • * • • AViliJani Franklin and .Mary Is- re.v of WIS South 'Walnut .street are cohflned . to (heir home' with the chtcken pox. Thiy are pupils at Washington school. "Htchard'Dean We .isi is •inaiib t.o attf^nd sclyjol on account of |tbe DieaBleij. He" goes to Wasiiitigtou school. —Glover's Ta ci -will give day and night train ser ice. : Photie S97 ,dis Frank .McCarthy w-nt. Ft, Siiitt yoterday to meet moth.r. .MIS. K. H. .M. IlowelK Ctlriion. .Mo. Ill ||IM of lOOSENS THE COUGH .Mr Will, nin-'iii.iii. of 121 South (liisinut s-treet. who has been i |Uite -ilk wlt1i a severi' cold, is reported some hitter today. '. Mr .-iiid .Mr.s Win Weave'r. >V2<> Sciitt St.-. and .Mrs. Rufiis Weaver , left for Inileiiciidence yesterday to intend the funeral of a The.well fillt the Register hi, tjon, not only a! The editor of niece. i 1 local cijlumns of ve' attracted atten- home. but abroad, the Mexico ' (.Mo. i ' Mrs Kdwin^f; ..'^feel.-l lanie up from Parsiins today and is visiting in the home of -Mrs. Fred Denton: 'Tl'; Fact St. I .Mrs. I.: .M. Roliertson. South Walnut street, .spent yesterday with Mrs. S. K. Ketterman. of fi24' 'r .«dger iwrites to inquire "What is,South Buckeye. Mrs." Robert.son • , your system? "We are not carry-; had the misfortune yesterday i to ing the volume we should, and we swallow a pin. which caused Vonie Fhould like; to kno« hi<^ .voii lio ; an.xij'jy for awiiile. hut sb.- ii- 'i^'l-i ter today. What do YOU think of fellows who AND - , KELLEY —FRIDAY Endicott-Johnson World*- I ,iintP-t Shoe .HHkero Good Work Shoe Friday and Saturday Special $2.69 BILES FRIDAY NIGHT TO 9 oXLQCK MARCH ISth NO REFUNDS NO GHI\RGES NO EXIHANGES NO ALTERATIONS PJenutiful Silk Dre.^.se.^ in all the newest spring- colors. Reg-ulai[ $15 values. Havinj? made a special of dre.sses we re.^olved to sell the ent hiours. \w order to do that we realized thj.t profit?; must be forgotten. Gome and see for yourself and share lin this w'orider value g-iving event. Special Note: No other merchandise e|xcept these Dresses Will Be Sold. ^ TIME, FRIDAY NIGHT, 7 TO 9 IP. M. PLACE, SENEKER'S. PRICl re lot in two SENEKER'S SENEKER'S

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