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March 19, 1927

The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

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1 Ralph HoernliiK and Fremont J. .Wilson, maiHng clerks alt the Reg. \ iifter otfi'c^, arc taking fi two days vaii^tlon to attend tho.' basketball toyrnament being held sit Par^onB. Jadies Christy and Notilc Trout- wipe arc faking their pltfco during thtir absence. i ' ' Thofc. I. Christy wentjto Yate& ; Centeii yesterday- to attend court. He wijl reliirn home tonight. ' •—.^^'|^y worry? K. C. EJectric and J'Jumbing Co. will take care of your electric and plunibiiigi troubles promptly. iCall G5.t ilrs. IL P. Matney ajid daugli- ; (ersv of Kansais City, arrived last • \ \] night for a visit with ]Mrs. Mat- 1 "riey's pardrit.s, jVIr. and iMrs. Jess I ,Jolin Brown and family, ot Boli• var.lsio., have come to lola to makoi ^l^eir home and are rosidinK atl2!f Soutlh Tennessee. Mr. Brown is ! in the trucking business. — j_. —For the best electric and pitinib-, - ! ing service, SCO K, C. KlcctrJcland ^ i Plumbing Co: ! Faye ii^Ibleman,. daughter lof Mr. and Mca. JM. U Holeman of 621 South i^trdet, is reported as recovering uiciily from the meas es. Tola, k)orted Mrs! N. L. Vezic of oast o who haii-been quite ill, is re as slowly.improving.' NotlcTEIks. —Ail Elks who are planning on making trip to Pittsburg for| Monday night's initiation of Xp. 412 rElks, plicase register, at ^ry'sj Store—iElks Transportation ('omm. Mr/i. SPanme Smith, vho i»pent the liist week here with her sister, -Mrs. C. H. .McClurc who st 11 remains^ t>edfast, left today, fci* her home in Emiwria. Mis. McOlni-p's daughter, .Mrs. O. L. Thisleii. ""^""t THE roLJA DAILY Bkasrib.:SAatoRi: AX i^mm IG. uAncm imi Miss ^artlia Crew went o Ottawa tp spend thfl -week cud with her elster. Miss MaryiCrew, whoTs a Btijideqt at Ot^wa uniyers fy. i r - ' - •r-Jwt Ulca AoKel Food Cake, •V»h HDocer'a Bread, 2 for;lSo. C. G. lies went to Lawrence -.thls morning to attend the state agriculture convention. • [- ' • —Phicken Dii^ncr. with Straw­ berry'Shortcakel at KrausuK Cati- Sunday,; 50c. • 1 Drug -will arrive .Monday froni Chajpman. Kans., to remain indofitiitel} her mother. .Mrs. .McClure's friends are hoping tliat it w II no't be long until sb.e regains*lier usual health. Ilillic 1I <!C(KX. lb)' lour year old son of Mr. and . M IK . Krabk Ilrcox of v'iOS South Slate stieet. Is' III with the iuea«Ie.s. • .linuny Howden. Ilie four year idil sou of' Mr. and- .Mrs. .1. .M. Ilowdou of. r>u2 .Vortii Kliwi, huH. the incasles. - —Dr. Montgomcrj, Ch'lroproctor. Tola Laundry-Bldg. Pbone 13S. (iuorgo .M. Reynolds and'; lloynl I'Vfborlin wen- biisincs.s visililrs in ^lurlingtnn' yesterday. W. U. VcfH of (.'ountry Cluli dis- iTKi |ha» lellnncd hijin<! froili*- a busintss triif to Denver. Colo. with many 0. .^1 Stewarjt returned home from Gootlhope. ill., where' he attended the funei^aliof his ihollier, Mrs. Rebecca Stewart. —O. L. Cox, JM. v., SpedaUn. Hire, Bar. Noaa and Tliroat.' Charle.s .Moore of SO? South .let- ferson avenue, irf reported ill and unahlle to be at li-is worlj. iRobbei: Sentence to I Death in Oklahoma •Enid, Okla.. Mar. 19, (AP)—Dave Brown, confessed robber of the Jet Ilaiik in .Mfalfa county, today en- teri^d a plea of guilty before District .iudge Charles Swindall, at Cherokee, and wixs sentenced to die'j in the electric chair on May 20. Offered clemency if he would re- VTO I the names of his accomplices, the youth, who says he was born .„ »„iii,i.' .i„....i.. l'<nd. slcetin (Continued from Pago 1) Snow Is Falling in >Y^tern Kansas Now .Saliiiai Kans., Mar. 19. (.\P) — Sii')w aiid sleet, driven by heavy wind, was falling in \\ esterli Kjin- sas this morning. Reiwrts received here at-9 o'clock wert: Ru.s- —Free Lecture on Christian Scl- Alienllun £lks. ---All Elks;are requested to meet at lodKc room^^sninday afternoon at 2:0 (1 p. m. to attienld the funeral of Bro. Ja.s. .S. Burllett. Will go from loilg'.' room to the; home, in A. H. E.NFIELl). E.-TTT Mr. and Jlrs.C Rodgers of 4:!o South Kentucky street visited the^r tiHiighler. -Mrs. Tom Spark's, of I'iqua yesteniay. -Mrs.-Eei-n Stephenson, who attends Colony^ hisb school, cafiie last evening to visit her pareiils, Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Stephenson, of 702 North Walnut street, oyer the week end.' — Amei-ican Uigioii meets day night lil .Memorial Hall o'llock. .Veosho Falls nighi itialion and pais.—H. C. Cor| .Miss Emma. Lung of X spent Thursday with her line Hunt, .Mr. and .Mrs. I). I). L( 201 South S.vcamore street. .Miss Loreiie Osborne rcl| home Friday evening from huska, Okla., wlierf^ she has visiting friends. -Sprela) Sunday IHnner and owning, .Vie. ;.'»(•. Kelley .Miss ClellH Fawks will b Rue»t of -Mr.s. Ccorgc Avery ofj ijiiute over the week end. Mon- S.HIII Ink. ildrtMl e and ng of {urned Paw- been niiun Hptel. the ence, Sunday aftbrnoon, March 20. at 2:.'?0, l»y Johh Randal n|inn, C,_8, JL,-of- Boston, '-Massirin Kclley Theater. The public is cordially invited, ^ I .Mrs. Charles Xisely ot .'.OS S^ulh Jefferson is confined to her home' on account of illness. .| —Try It once—you will bare no. other. Van Hooter's Bread. ^- ' — • 1 Cleo Walkins ot Centcrville, la., who has been visiting relatiira Jicre, returned to bis home vester- ilay. • . I Nollro. - (ilover's Taxi will give day iuid night train service. Phono Sa". Alt. John W. Brown atid son, .lo- sepb left yeslurilay on a business and pirasure trip to Kansas City and Denver. i —.SrKK -IJtl .Sunday Dinner a( Portland llutol. (Kk-. Ml to tell'the details of tlie crime. Browi. took his sentence calmly. His inother, who live.s in Black- .well. wiis present when Brown was senfenced. Sho pleaded for mercy for her'son. declaring he was not mentally sound. i and sno ving.' storm growing luiavier steadily; PhiJlips- biiru. snowing .md bio Havana Bank Robbed; No Trace of Thieves Indepi-ndeiice, (AP»-tllT Kan.. .March 19. Tiome State Bank at Havana, 20 miles .>;oHfhwest of this city, was robbed last night, but so far no clui-s have developed as to the identity of the robbers. Eit- trance was gained to the bank thru a window and a hole dug through the vault wall. Cashier Kiel stated that no check had been made of' tin: losiipending arrival of a Unger-j conipaiiieil by hail. '.'ity and Hays, sleetiii.d. i Arkansas City Has — I Heavy Rain ^all in;; a severe Svinif and hail storm.! Brtieze fi'om the nortlwest today nd ('"mneratoru fell .fn|ni .No damage was reporte ITSCITIZENS Prncnim Sunday. f MrsJ ing auire badly. Silas Malcom is Oonfeniplating going to Kansas City lor treatmenti \ Early Thursday morning the house on the Ray Bell farm, one mil^ west of town, occupied by the Oliver .\orman family, caught fire KpivortJi I,«in«rue u( Have .Miislcail i^";"'" <l«'fpctive flue, but the, Waze lat Jfr E. C'hurrli on fcwnlnu 'l -.Mrs. Oren Ilnriley KiMeiiains. Opal Mitchell) LAl^ARPE. Marci IS.—The Epworth League chaplbr of the .Methodic Thurch is haying a musiciil progr:>Tn Stinday eyi'uing at tj:;>0 o'clock:—There wii:i be a short les.'tttn led by the president of the chapter. Reuben . Rfenisberg. and i was .soon extinguished before serious damage was donf. Carolyn McCuUough Is Given Damages (Continued-from Page 1) thority they r: Thro tand •h: ' war.i' CDUluy Kroccr' he g;iv I his pr. Carolyn JlcCullough was given ' otbers .....^ -• —damages of S2..S73.T.T higher, suit]l,!ov(l Weli.s. laiincr,-;. and Clifford ^AGi: THREE w.-rit emphatic in .statins- poitiv! no activity tonight. of til" four meu arrested I sell wiTh jootiiig fwoihard- orcs were turned over|to ,bffi( i.'ils tinliiy/; Doc Shores, dor^;. was released whejf a satisfactory account oi_ -ciK-f near the store.: The. wt'ic: Harvey .Miller and"- 1. a i;arase''employe. wine: Scott-l-'hci:rest of itbc program will against llie Liberty Life Insurance | Vin7>ar( compitJty-by a junj-in district court i —• : ' "«t;Oriht. death of Thurlow .McCiil-j Held Itt RaCe KlOjiing inuaical. Every on(^ is invited to r<,„„i,_ i,y ^ bandit while >^oxasJ i i -station agent, for . the Santa Fe .Mrs. Ruey Peot . 'arrived home i here a year ago. ; W.^'dnesday from Cedar Rapids, la..: •- •—— where she went to ittend the fun-' Westem Railroads to eriiI of her father. Wm. Barnicle. | A «k:*~«*^ nr„~» T»I _ , i-we now have \ [mechanic at I Arbitrate Wage Plan ,the Limes Bros. Garase and arej M^T^;.. fAP)-'rhe ArkansaK, City. Kansj., Mair. 19. (.M'l —Ri-.in amountin ; . to :1.:!6 inches f.dl here last iijght fcillow- I prepjucir u, |^iolirst" ^rss.'work" .Mrs. Oren; Hartltjy entertained Indi'pi ; (Al'i—1 ,at Cnff, I li'-Id ill ' of rwii jxioiin^ ^nlai^ed western railroads jand their train I ^Jp^ij-f LM'i -Two iii!;hes of jaint'ull, "t^-' menihe thi.nder andi.he .lui, meets lightninir. visited this ni;;lii. There was nJi property iccticn last j „^.,._, print man from this city. There was:; less than $H") in cash in the , ... vapit. The safe"containing bontis damage. Small streaiija ran- bank aiiii: money was not opened. Jf'.ilJ for a time. Man Admits Selling ! Dru^s to Students Wichita, Knn.l March 19. (AP»-.M:ix Scarls, of Uutchinson. pleadetl guilty in federa.l court today to a Oklahoma Is Hitlby Tornado, N tne Hurt I'avvliiiska, Okla.. .Mar 19. (.\P)— Vigil" report.s itell of .a tornado at. Uurbanli. 20 miles \ve it of here. G. W. .McKInder of Lallarpl- was •A bii8ines4 visitor In lola Thursday. George Burtnetl. who hasjlieen working in Eureka, will bcihbme tonight. Xollce. —I have established a temivOTary office at my residence, S04 .V Llcf- ferson, where I can exitimine t^esj fit glasses, and make repiirs. Phone S02 for appointment. Ira B. Frantz. Optometrist. ' j | .Miss Fay»> .M. , Hender>--o:t. epg j canilling demiiii>itrator for t|ie SeynKM)r Packiiig j Cohipany of To- |/eka, was here tijis week instrmH- Ing a class of girls at the.Coghiltj Comi.nisslon Company the propei^'l methods iii candling and grading i t-ggR. j toriiey recomnn'niled •: a .>ie!iii>iice in the federal tiar.v. t w6-year • ;Ftiri;ix loiiiiiu- to litirb peniien- ,ij^|„. ..Ki.nlisig to] telephone i n.iiver.-atious before itlie wire.-< Mrs. C. A ; Walker ot LaHa pe is visiting" .Mr. and .Mrs. O. R. Bieking of 621 .North Washington avenue. .Mr. and .Mrs. Lon .Mitclilll of .Moran visited yesterday wit and .Mrs. L. F. Hall Si 610 Washingtoii avenue. h -Mr. Korth —Dr. • Cr. S. Uimbelh,. Su geon. -j-First Church oC.Christ Scientist of lola. Kansas.'announces a Free Lecture on Chri.stian-Science, by: .lohn Randal , Dunn. C. S. B.. member' of The Board of Lecture-, „ , , ship of The Mother Church, The 0"'^^ phone 2o6: Res. phonei 615J. Fir.st Church of Christ Scientist. . _ . , in Boston. MassachuseftsT al'Tlic ;..'^'rf "' "' for son, lie an the rte'.TT •U,wn. Ilealh (if .L S. Barlled. I Died: At his home at 2ir. South 1 At Lcast Fifty Hi rt First street, lol:,. Kansas, yesler-j i.. i •'*'*1S StOrm —"Homecooked" chicken dinners j day evening at 7 o'clock. JamesJ .served at Lewman's Cafe Thur.'-days • .Simeon Hartlett. aged 41 years, loj and Sundays. | months and 4 days. The f\ineral In Last Night J.ipliii. A!o.. .March iS. Independence Rainfall Thfil T« Twin Inr-hoe were the diiorsion of thej" XOiai lb X \^0 incneSj^^,,^^^,^^,^ Mrs. Ha,lnley served a r^^- liKiependeiiCH. Kans Ma*. 19 .1 j lovely two-course lunch, assisted ridcnce. Kans.. Mar. ,19. rhree white men,' afjested yville last night and being oniuHtioivwitU the lootjng: lardware stores during, the til The city Ijuilding. were 11 the Montgomerj--county ijail berf tlii.-;.afier'iooii by Deputy. Ed Dalhv.- !'d. ~Xo charges ha^vc ncuny of the Palace. Hotel n to ih«.' Johnson Jjospital- liite lixlay for an operation. • was ipresentj. In two weeks Willi .Mr.s. J. X. annon. j Fred Owens returned homo to-. ks visit at the ' It Humlwldt. Harris. Elder day after a (wo we<|l \V. E. Owens home I Lee Liptoii^ Cr T. j J. .M. Plnnimer wcire- Fort Scott business visitors Ttiesday. • Harry Evans of Pleasantan was \ calllTig on LaHarpei customers on ; Wednesday. i Mrs. Campbell has!sold her home.' on .Vortb Main street, across the LK elle Y ink diiriii.:; Mrs. William .Xirxviuiin. who weijt to To'peka the first (If the week to enteral lie S. B. .\. hijispital for ex- :aiiiiniition. sayini; .s!: {nothing definit'- a? •' e could t. y.-^ she tell bad received a |)ai;t|al exaniina- only tion: . Mrs. .Minerva Harns is on ihe ?ick list agahi'. newjs wiiieli her / \r.j__ i ^lany friends will lieisorrv to lujar. i ' .Mr.; and .Mrs. L. A will beheld next Mondav altenioon.'>I'>i'- i'lan a seore of peV.sons «'''••'!.,/""'i I"!" •},•'''}''' ^''''^V'- Mr.s. Wm. .Vewman of I,aHarpe l-Ml-'cb 21. from the home a. 2:::...: kill. ,1 an.T at least fif y i"J"red i/», ^' arrived, home la^^t night from .-T'^J'-: ^^ ^^;"':''^»'i.''l.';ffi:-'tlni^ Jn-• m^^^^ B.;ider^;eIl of St! I? I^'T ;. K ^I^/' .vliich istiiitliuesiern .Missouri : ill be we.«ierii .•\rkansas. Six t tlie known dead, twelve w ied nliV^sing and ibiriy w peka where she'^pent several days ternient will be at Higlilanil (j at the S. B. A. hospital for e.xam'i- 'eiy and the Elks' l>odge of nation and treatment'. • "ptbe deceased was a member \^} — I in choige of the ceremony Ferd Sellman of LaHarpe will 1K'^'^'*"- tion. igllt swept •= "'jK'frweii oi .-M. ir ranci.-;. Kan., nd north-'"''' "'''•''^ of'the week. sayiuK they e.-n \v,.,.y ! were snowed in audi could tiot .t;et leave Tuesday for Topeka to enter,' ^'^^wcs S. BartlottJiiis ow^^eil and at Creenioiest. Ark., by the S. B. A. hospital for an opera- "Perated the Diamond Barber' Shot) ! "" Souili Jeffer .'JOU .'Street for a^rp|,:,.j„ A _„ TTlUaA in I _ i . i great many years. ..\i,oin tuo^i I'^^'irtV Are Kine0 Itt i years ago it became eviilpiil that hej ' was suffering from tuberculosis aifd ; upon the advice (if physiciaOo Lei ' j^, i^o„ij;. . M ,,.. .Mar. I .MisSjFauntelle Bnice, city; school nurse, ; is 'Spending 'the we^k i»nd with friends in Kansas City.; : Kelley Tbcfiter, .Sunday afternoon March 20. iiti 2:30. The public is cordially invited. . .'\ ~ .Mrs. A. Hunt of Humboldt visited her mother. Mrs. R. Hunt. 407 IVorth Chestnut street, Thursday. LVorth from - Mrs. EC. Courter of SOa streefl who returuoc}; home the hospital last wqik, is pfetting along very inicely anri will bf able . to l)c out in a short time noiv. Vour .Spring Coat can be refrcshoil by Dry Cleaning. Prompt Kcrvjce! Ableson CicanrrH ^ Phono 105 !Mr?. Helen Tripled o|'i'J Ea.st Ctdhouii, whiv has been ill for thb past ijionfh. Is reporleil iabout the eame. : ,Mary Moyer of 612 South street lis unable to > be at her work . at j jSlferB confe<:tionpry oii_accol|iiU. at ? —isieHflcas. -Doiia-Jones of 219; South iWa Malting her place ^«f[,SaTSU;'-fo; the D^lry 'l^^o;;^ KeglMrtttlon Aollcft -•The office of the City Clerk will be Open from S o'clock a. m, till l«i o'clock p. m> beginning "Slarch 16, 1927 and closing' March 23.. 1927. Tor Uic-puriwse of regis- iration.. All those who did not vote |it the General Election last Xo-: vcrahcr. or who have moved since,. ' must register to entitle them to iote at the City Election to be held J_-Apr41 5,-1927. B. L: . M C N-IEL; ' City Clerk. , Harold Sn^ith of the S. and S. ^roj^ery was; unable to be at his 5vcrk Friday mornitig ou> account ij)l illiiess. ! —Dr. A. B, TwadeU. Osteopath. New Globe Bldg. Phone, 19L —^. ? ) • : Earl .Melton of Bassett visited frieHds iii—Herington/ Kans., yesterday. ' ^ * Special I attention given Ola> * eases ot'Colohj and Rectum, i* , Electro-Therapy and PlffsfQtberapy. Office lola Stait»:Bank Bldf. Phones—1|7 and-305. Mrs. 0. C. C|ln and daughter, Betty ..of .Uxdepe4dence. Kans^ and Mlas Lyon-KoithfandMn). Starr of Ncbdeshii wore g tests of'.Mrs. Clark iHulier , of 519 ? orth Washington jnrenae^ enTciute ' o Lawrence >viipro> JMA,f|^|^i^v| Wiicblor exDe4ti to AVashington avenue left this noon on the- 1:;{7 Santa F Kansas City to 'be with her Cecil White who has nmlcrgo appendectomy operation at] Grace hospital. < —Chicken Dinner with. S berry Shortcake /fit Krause^s Sunday. r>OC. .Mr. and Mrs. John (Uimriiings and son Edward of Indepemt Kann., • drove up yesterday f|jr visit with Dr. -Mildied Curtis, i UriajDuvalli a sixth grade at, Gurficid school, who has ill of. the nieaideg this week, rnportod not so well todtjy. \\—\ have estiibllshed a tempi rary office at my resldencw, :!0t .V. Jefferson, wberc' I '(ran «XHrniii« "yes fit glasses, and make repairs. J'hnne K02'for ap|M>tMtnie'iit. Ira B. Frantz, Optometrist. . • Afr. and- .Mrs. Clarence HoiJe of Baxior Spiings, .Mo., motored yesterday for a visit with .Mr .Mrs. Charlie Fousl of .lir. .North Fourth street and with other tiv^s and friends. Harrison B. White, ice c nets Co., of Chanute, and Miss Hazel Ferguson, a leaeher in Itho LaHarpe schools, is visiting her parents in Leroy. Kansas over Sunday. -Miss Ruby Settles, .a jiiiiior coi- leased his shop anil went to C'olo-; •.„^i,„.,:,;.,j. ii'.iny ,„| rado where he entered a sanitor- 1 ^j,^^, ;,nd. seventv-five iiiiii. During the year be remained there it-seemed as if his health iin-i proved ami be returneil to lola, ...lesiram reeeiv leeling as if Jie might again be com- '"''•^ '' " " ""^'^ pletely restored. He took oven, o . „, once tuore the management of his ''' ^- ^"••«'' •""^'l re .1'I'Q'-'^t^velve inch snow at'that plaee. ^re injureu Cravce .Roberts arrived ''""'"'"'"' home;AVednes<lay evening' from !('liicaco. 111., for a 'definite vi>i!i j with iier parents, ."Mr. .Jiud .Mrs. It. j Green Forest, Ar|k.; ^;-\jiss'verie Daughqrty is at home- lonvalescing from an operation for I 19. >AP1—,;i,,,„.ndicitis. 1 | rsons w -.M -e| 'rbe'rc will bo a meeting at the _ injured byiR.,p,j^t Church Sur dav |iick Green I.„ .y./m o'clock.-' Ks{' • Inst niglu ,jj„„j.: invited. I A Marvelous Mystery Tale the tornado wliicli str Forest. .-\rk.. and vieinit .Mrs. Ida Faildis am j Carroll county cliaptei-. conducted it as usual. It soon be-; ""^^' came apparent however;-the im-:^, - v - T »-L , provcment in hi« health hail lieenllhe VerdlgriS KlVer mother, i''"t "'.«'">p".''aiy a Id I a few weeks | Rising Rapidlv Today lege student, left Friday for Ainiot, i barber shop and for a short time Kansas to spend the week end witl homefolks. afternoon ; lery^onc is cor- I ,. t nr, k»L'^'"fvi?« George ..Malcom accompanied O.! day by the American Jlel.idss p. „,^,.,ley to lola -fihursdav to see ";;;"^;^^{i;;;«i'a«;pJaIcom, and found him feel -A | (<'rim nienace-=^inkii:ir slmdinvs—pmulers : in the. niirht—all the horrors and lu^-cinatijig .wonders of the world of crime are unfolded and i-eiealed lieiore vnur cjes in this great «o>tery pirlure.; It will give jou new sensations—new IhrilN, :uid keep you .thinking and specufating-on its iieird plot aiiil liKhlniui: adioir for many months! Also ''JDynamited," Second Chapter of "The SilentTFIy- er," starring Silver Streak (Kinjj of Doff Actors). Also iMalcoIm .McGregor and Louise Lorraine. Also Comedy and News. i I V I I LJ i t .Mrs. .M. R.Coblo. are spending the I ng" he J^"''! shop. From that .week end with their s ster and 1 """1 ''"''^'''"'V''"">' ^fw- daughter, .Mrs. L. W." Lot^peich and • ''•'""? ye.^lerday. -. Cateifa^iilv ,„ Ottawa. • ! -^If- Raitlett wds not only an ex' I perl in his trade but he was a good Paul Recob, a baker at the Van-I .^velP likc<| by all who knew Independence. .• K:in.. (.X P) - Fa 1 se work u nd< die span of tlur iK-w S '^.'i.lHHl briilge acniss river eas' of the here and tcla- ittle Shirley Ann Wllhatn of :(20 South .State street is repo homo this week. ited ill at her . .Mis-^ Francis Ballard returned I'lilav to. Indf|i(>ndeiice. Kalis., all'r I a visit xvith her^ brother. Kliiier _ ; .: jColKin and lamil.v* Truman .Meyers of 7H Soulh I .„ "-^ ~~ Washington avenue; Is spending; ,,. , ., . . ... (ho iveek end with .his.sisler. Mrs ' ''l"'"- '"'""^ "» H, C. Webber Carlyle. ahdl family neari''"'"-^' '"•'' sister. -:\Trs.i li's^-a wise -mnn that ' , Floyd Kp.irk.'i over the week end. ......... I .Mrs. Georce Trtiinbold of .S17 East .lackson' aveniio Is spending the week end with her husband in Kansas Cil.v. ; . -March J!) the mid- iicomplcted he Verdi- cily. Was jiile driver rick were by • heavy inijirning and ivi.T had risen, eighteei) feet at ll(i o'clock i mid three inches since iiofiii and wa.'i. ri.^ing about an iiiclk an hour, i it was reported. Dainake to the liriilge eoiiid :iot be i|e!inilely e.-fab limbed but it, is believed jit will be j annind Sl.^'io. .ilier-thiiiighl.s first. daughter-; Gloria,' visited his gister and brothOr-in-Iaw, .Mr. and .Mrs. G; R; Rieiiardson today. Mr. ^nU• -Mrs. Madison of S<»trih ^Phlrd- street are loaviuK tomorrow for a,-few-dayjs visit in Eldorado Sprinsa.; Mo., to plant blackberries on - Ilia farm. Rev. O. D. Esmond was ca hack to Dodge City on acicbuii theTTlness of one ot the off! of his church .there. are Rev. .T. H.jJacobs, and wife planning (o imotor over to Port Scott-to-4»s.'uA-inT*-J»rge-finaii.ciar campaign at the Mt. Zion Bai|tist church. Ernest]-.Michael, who has 1 een visiting in the O. E. France hjmeiJTi' at 318 West Madison avenue., turned to his bomb in. Wichita] day. Ued t of bers .Miss Elizabeth Smith is spi^nd- ing the week oUd ^|th licr parents. Mri^ and Mrs: Clarence Smith ot 41C: South Walnutj -street. Sho is attending school at the Pittsburg Teac lers College. ! Her roommate. Miss Louise Ooffrian of .\tcbison.l is her guest for tjie week end. K. Stanford of friends in lola last! Colony visited J eveiiing. i .Malcom Taylor ill With tonsil- i ills at his home Hpi South Wash- j Ington avenue. i i McClure and East street have i family of lOOi I iioved to Salenl district south of Iiila. .Mrs. Omer Black of Fort Scott J St. Patrick's at the Kelley whoi came for th bridge parly given] hbte^ Thursday. r«nrned to her \ Jibme-in Fort Scof^ today. Jlrs. Edwin G. Steele of Parsons returned home .resterday. She • came for the brid ;e party jdieiL; jSt. Patrick's Day at the Kelley ho- j re to- Miss Wilpia Wilkins of "i'ktes Center was a visitor in lola tilday ejirpute to Chanute for a visit JAith friends oyer the week bnd. b. M. Fields of 417 East Lircoln sti-eet met with a painful accident th|is morning when he was struck on the head ^vitha pipe, cuttiig a go-sh whieh.required several 'stitches tp close. -o 0. !.M. Groj-er went to Manhittan th'i^ afternoon to. spend St^iday wUhJIlis mother and slHtcrs. Mrs. W. Ei Starks w'M leave in the morniiig ion.the P^nflower Bpe- cial ion a couihin.-d business and laeatiura^. ididtr to WJchitn, lin -ued and • Dodg<»'aty. yir?,. B. Rice olj Independence. Kansas is here vipiting her son,-| Lawrence. Rico am family of 4C2 South Sycamore street. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Henderson of S12 South Walnut street Idft yesterday for Blair, Kansas to spend a few day,t with .Mr. He|i-I derson's father. , Mrs. W. G. wncy went to Chanute today to visit friends over Sunday, Ralph Purcoll of Kansas City (Mine toilay for a visit with relatives and friends oycrthe week end. Mrs. C. C. Hoyl!o and daiighte^. Mar(e. of Winfield.Lwho were [called here by theti^nes^ of their ifathcr dtiil granarather, P- L. Whitakor. returned home toi|ay. -MATI.NEES 2 :(lo p. m. Dally EITE Saturday 1 7:00-9:00 has ! HS to 11 ». m. rue a.s kor Ifis 1 trf 1 p. m. lOc; .NighUs 10c and 20c RANGER HIMSELF L\ "FLAMING FURY" . The sN>ry of a lioble dog that remained fiiribfiil and steul when the whole world was against hini-jwho fought nia-iter whtn his own heart was he:ivy and daiinted. Karzin.tlie kil er. becoiiies the Flaming Fury of a just avenger. Dorothy F'hillips in "The Bar C Mystej-y'—Kraz: -Kftt Kartobn Komedy—Mabel Normand Conedy, "One Hoiir Married.'' ' .Monday for Three I»ajs—2, 7 and |> lu ml h there an Eker Ganiry This Fbffliffig Ropance?? •Did Sinclair Tycwis get the idea iforj his latest novel Elmer Gantry froiii the Hawthorne Immortal I love classic? Wiis this' .handsome pastor whose grei\t love thatjbrought shame to this beautiful shy maid an Elmer Gantry? jvould society today brand tho.se two lives with the mark of an outcast for their lov(' guilt. ,4»EE— LILUANGISHH -In- 'Tfii^ Scarlet Letter Artdwl. AUmrllons—.Hallnees lOc-i-Je: Nlidlts lOc-l^ BUSY LINES OF TICKET-BUYE NEb^T WEEK AT THE , I'Jvcrybody in'town will he flocking-to see Colleen's cleverest I Matinees: 10c and 25c Nijifhts iOc and 'ioc What little 'Ifink' Watsoadidp't know about when she, M 'eat to work af a Hotel .switchboard she learned in just one day!, It: all happens jin ithe Ritziest rooming- hou.se on Fifth Avenue, but it might _ have happener^ thi.s telephone nderella with C a hit we've ever . anywhere. That'.s why talc of a Switchboard a ma.squerading v^let as Prince Charning is the most human ?hown! Pre.sented By' JOHN McCORMICk JACKMULHALL APDED— i 1^ . ' Waller Hiers in "Flresli Faces," two reel comedy and Pathe iN,ews ~ . 1 1 ^^m

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