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March 23, 1927

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• '.f WheE.Iisoltla poem sis- -;iot!ier5h-la.w saitt: VMay^e.B1I( S -can write veiBiis J/she can't kc, br«»I." , - ' i Sd I li'arhM .fo- Kcaatiii onions /'And to bake broad-i- Byabat liihle my rtiuito WJIH iosi Arid niy rtif ihfir-in-ltiw • :Upad. . I- ; —Victoria Al^laido Harvey in tlio Hafi>. GiHb iteceiving UiBh. score fjivors. Mr. Itt-ed was showcreil wltb (Ju^-sts were: .Mr. and Frank'McCarthy. and Mrs (^Ush. Iklr. and,' Mrs. R. V. Fr ynd .Mrs. Mol Mr.'-. Bred Deri .\i)rt/^«'r. Mr.l in Frpnk. Mr ton, Mt. and Mri Bitts. Mrs L. .v. , Mr. and H. Lee and Mrs. Whllaee Moments .Mii>,i»il Ortniii' And CincNt'I»ay «i4tial Tljfere was " entbiiHiaKni ainonJB the large nu «lien<'e of motiibcrH and kuesta yesteri aygfrtcrnooM for ili< orgttn day; prof^raiii or iinti.sual m?rU'present d iiy -uinntbOrs of ilic iMomcaUs .MnHiral ct 'lub 'iii tin- Kirsi MetbodiHl Kpik(>M|)a1 iliiii'cli. Tlie onnouii ieniiii'ji c '^nw wiih gr<>t that the audienct to rot 'egO 'thi' |>lc:i |4iir Mr«. I.loyd .v. Hwiwir,; c«uiie*or tli.'Jiinintl o at .Huinltoldi. liaW' played Mr. nfhWn nij ;W<>re to.iijijiii: eiiHeinbr)'. ' MiHM ,li>y II aiid MiH, ft, VlinttMiiHii. wi'i}i .tittp jiroKfjiiit. urKunii*)' nnil •of II iH'.rlotin " played 'a MII I I ItiK of I'nilon Towaio, Instnjiitly ^BUNc or O K-I teattireH wcit lientB played The Lucia Mi'K, lt(llVKI| I vioThi d MrH. r ^11 phi would liitvc 111' .Mr. :iliil |iiilinltiM-.s lii'- lii'ir iiii,i'-li' \v:is III jlllUllllIT .'lllil llf. i;. KiiiiiJK I iiiiii uiriii'i Smith.' .Mr. and .Mr.x. .lack riij ^Kbro. ol G.-ifnoti. Mt .Ks Margaret Huiiih and .Mr> IliiuH ScilionieruH. . . •[ «• « i • I«la .»rn«|Ir »'Wil» Meik 1 (Inedlj till- lie!^l liroKMiiiH <f tli< yijar the one i;iven nl Ihi- neet- JiiK iir-.tbe loJa .Mii.sic CInli y -Bter- il:iy :i(tcni'i(iri. .\lo .st of the num- lujrs \veie si -lfi-tionK froin o) erafl 'I 'lu- (Ifsi niiMiber on this program wa.s aiiiiano .solo by .Mr.f. Kd l>iin- forili *li(i played "I'rize tionj?" from •'The .MeistersinRer" with tnur i i-x- ])i'e .sHii |ti.; 'I'tie .seconil niitnber. played; hy .Miss h'lorcncc M )liarl atid .Mritj Hurni-y .Miller, wait lh< Iiiiimlar J.ohi'liRriii Wedding .\| :ii riuij^eil in iliief fiirni, .Ml>s lyii llri'iiliiimilKi- and Miss Jiii'ii'. ^jaillii'i' s:iiiK liiTililirilll.V f^ivily N'iKlil" 11 "^'l '"fiMi-H of rHlitMMr.< r. I., Kiii ,'iihj • ri-Kpini .'-ll ,MrH, Kfjeil her pljiyliu;] ii'li.'iiriiiiiii .iTiiiid liir the K was (he was tliiit iidi'nl :iiiil ^riisl. SI liy It iKi 'lH i'ii)).';|»l- . It'll irini'z/.n iiiul wlmtitiW the ap- liiiiii." by (»lliiilia<h.i III ihi- Ij'rl.'ts" fiiiiii "Alb Will plii,iied by .>)|Mn liorl.s ( iimlMls^ Uojierla, Warner; lively Irtiinsiltin iiiimbi-r. VV:iiiKb ijiiid .MrH. Iitiiit'orib ' |i ii Iwii-)iliiiiii iiiiniber vvlilctr well IlKtij. "Weihlllit! MuHb ,li'in.eiu i.Mni. WallRll played illlllrilll, yitlKiib'll.i'" by Vel'ili- lll wlileli • she dlMplnyed bri " j leelinli^iK Tliii. ionelndin)c K ("lins. Kry who HIIIIK pleas imly. -Tieeti''' by Uasbarli. alid "1 mil" arch Kve- Mar•o. iiirr- areh |ilia," hililt) :iN h ,Mni a.\'ei;l wail • by ihe ls/.l Ihiiil nim- Mrs. , 'Sexlellc." i hy Doiil- tfetfl; waH sunt by ..Mrs. K: \V. JlaK- 'lund and Mi.si^ Viola DalKtirno. Mrs. Dene Billbo fjaiiB, "Kye ;Hath .\oi • Seen." from the Iloly City by (Saiil.j to organ ajcomiianiineill. 'r\(o; - Butterflie.s" • s lite.;'Ki-oiike. was a flute number by ' .Mrs. \ Victor L. aiidleiice. tiiiil other j hv- S'aiidi!'rsi>u. b.v M IS. Kn< niK. ; i,,^, ,„.„g,.,„, ,„,^. f„|j,„vin licers w'ere ele<;led for tl year: :l!re.sident.' .Miss Flo lliiliari; ;viie-pro»ident. .Mrsj Sinimiin.s!; secretary. .Airs, j I .Mittiiell; treasurer. .Mrs. Kd forth. ! • .Mrs. .Mitchell, chairm of-' eh(fninK r »"nee W. .s. Uan- n of I I K- >oci,lI conimillee. announced i that the hinihemi lor the open Mrs. E. W'. Ha^glund. .Mrs. A. It. Kti- fleid. Mrs. John Urazce. Mrs. A. A SchiqII. Mrs. Herbert .Martin. .Mrs. •J»fie Billbe and -Miss Vibla Dal- gamo with ojpan ' and piano ai-- companiment.ji tlie flatter insini- ment being niayed i»y .Mis. Stover, was ojie of the bjs will P. E. Wisb- •s. T. I ents. •••iV comments frofi; alllwho heard it. Mrs. A. U. : Erftfield; picsiil.-iif. inade sererii'l inipqrtaiit .'inn(lancet knfenfs among which wa.s ihc lUci- tlon of Mrs. B. W. HaKlimd to honorary presidency cjf the club. .Airs. Hafelnndrwho helped in theorjian- , ization of thej ctub. has given heij jit.< K time to all dcjparijnentKanil wiil-n- ever there^has been a vac.-incy nn the progranisj she b.Tt( nii.ver failed to "^tllUn." flan of ilie enUnisiasm OF£ thef audlehj^e was I'nr this limior paid Mrs. Hathind. The social (;omihit/ee, under Ihe chairirianKhipi br .Mrrt. O. Cox served a St. Patrick lea iti the west front SnndSy School ronnrafier the program. Crifslal baskels of sweel p <!iUi were atiached hy green rlbj- bons to'Ihe [center Candelnbnibi holding green and white candles , hnd "potted jtli)werR anil ferns were ' pl^oed in the; window.i. -V <f /• •:« pfnner llonorinir Uirthdnj Mrs. P^ul Uccd gave a (liniur, at jieven o'dlock ilasi night in IIV- Kelley grill In Honor of the birthday Of her luiHbaiitl. One] lohg tnlile was nsseil and ceii- lerpledes were l>oii<|iieis of ..calen­ dulas'anii s"weel Jieas.. Ilrldge was played during the cveinng in ihe home or the biiRle.ss, i^onlb Oak street, .Mrs. \L: V. Fry ami .Mr.J-. .\". iiiffion aycnne. j . Mrs. .Marvin Tavhjr. Mrs. Miirace Miller' and .Mis. ' Harold Hojlm 'es were Kdests. Lunch wd.s .served at Ihe cio.je of Ihe game. .Memffers pre.sen " wei<': .Mir. S>. I. S fer .s. Mrs. K. «. Apt. Mrs. C. L. (lla'k- llf\)ok. Mrs CH). C. IJalgar- |no. jr.. and .Mrs. It. O. Christiap. •:• • • •> IKansusj Kliite Frderntlon at :l>Insie rliibs Itesolnlions y This ahnoMncemi-nt has jheeri kascd by the Kansas Sfali; Federation of.. Music fliibs for | publication arid' was read yesterday at .Momi 'nl >fi Alnslcal club by the president, .MM.. A. 11. Enfield, and )>e iif In er'est to the general li<'. It iji-ads: The following reiiolntion may {l>nb- yR 'as Ped- iiiiJ'niin/ihsly a lopted by iour eraliiih pt the annual conve held in C'lav ( I'liler. ICansa.s. j>'eb- inary 24| 11127: Wheretis. it jis (he sriise of I hi Kans:is Feder.^lion of Music- i- iilis that the iinie is oppfirliine. Iw it Ite.solvod. ijiai (lie increasing and U J rapidly growing importance, of ike study of • music !in ihe ediiciitional Iil.iii of Hie country at large. That the Slate Hoard of RilAca- fiiin inlrndiici- reriuirenieiits frr a foiii- (r> years coiirsj- of study for DRUMS D^HER TALklNG Ella Mrs. Old. -Mrs. Harvey Miss Wyhn and Ed Old were hostess^^ Monday night at a.birthday anniversary pi^ity in honor of| Siiiith. The'honor .Mr.s. I Waller guest received Kirk and Judj^n Hiinisey. with pi- ^ri^'^Tf^'Ir/'niS ":,ng! meeting on April :iO would be Ht the j Surprise Birthday fnrty ; j . ^'^""X /'^^^^^^^ Motel at l:l.:i.oMock ,r i^ii^s .Juanita Lora.vne Snliih. 3 ••Light," bv ^hn l^rinii!.- Sc.!. •^f'*': •""'•'•'•"n. a progran^ The double oi artette nnnr..er. Ti,-j''" K'^" =" fold Ye Portals Everlasting.- c;(.ii-;"""f!"-- nod. sung by Miss flara- Hn.wn | The hostesses. .Mrs. L. H. aid. .Mr*. W. W. ..\eIson and .M .\ordgren, serveil retrcshn .Mi.-:.s Verle naifgherty. of LaHlarpe. and .Mrs. 11. K. .Miller, of Wiifhita. w<'re guests. •:• •> •:• Kalphi llo»te4s: ((I Krldgl> Club niiiii- • .Mrs. H. Slodghiil was hi>Kl.ess bers on the." program, and the en- to her bridge club yesterday after- ,t1re program r. received favorabl.- J liooii iii her home. .12:{ South \yash- llere Is plriureii liarl of beautlfut-ElPomrit the Ii6me ,of Spem.-r Peuroyk- ai (•( I'residvnl Coolldge, wJio wiji Hjiend bin vaeaUnn in the west, "soiue place wheri> the c allliude liigli." may clioime J 'll I'inimr. The presidium .Was luvlKd lo (.'olorado Spring ('<ilorado Spri |lmuJe B coi - . _ higw last inmi KuVilenK alid p ph-Jund li'<-re, with lllc llHiailiiiiiiir Init'l in Hie Im^-kgroui d. Music Siipervl.ioi-s, uiilesH proor Is HubiiiKted iiy each landldiilc. of prevloiiM Work in this art. That professtonnl uiuslcianM.: who uri- uoi^ cerdfleil HC I KIO I teachers, be peri^fllteil (o leaifh imlillc Hcliniil itriislc,, iipon proof i >r ilie/r .-ililllty by eMiiulhatliin before a iliily iiu:il Ifled examining boanl. Thai the Superintendent of Public Instruction appoint a State Su- pervigor of .Music rpr the purpose of standardizing; ami Improving the teaching of mnjiie in the tedcher training schoolsjanif In the smaller citicH and to oi-kunlze. guide and encourage (he effective lencliing of muKic in (he village ann i|^ral schoids. _ ISerulce White Scott..i Cbairnuin,'IJesoJulion Comniillee. *Murdered, 'She Walks,Right In mflny gifts., .\n informal evening was ^pent .and a jniffet iuucheon was enjoyed. The ignests were: .Mr. nnd .Mr.s. W'alter Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones and .son. t'ov. .Mr. and .Mrs. Paul- Jones and Kon. P.ay. Mrs. Il.iJl. Jones. Mr. James Jones. MiV Ed Old.!.Mr. :md .Mrs. .t. H. Old. .M)). Harley IVynri apd.son. Victor. >llss Beryle Jones, -Mr.' Lawrence Auijrbach and .Mr. Leslie Owen. ... i' •> • •:• i •> . Alpha (irele Meets Tlie members; of Alpha ('inle of' the'First Presbyterian chiiich met! last night at six o"<-lock in tfie | guild room of the churcli for al jilcnlc supper. Th«^ new memb.-rs ' who were lo he taken Into the CUild were I honor guests. They were: .Mayrjil WaHor. Opal Reynolds. .Nell Funk. Mary Ellen Siad- ler and Elennor'Neyinah. the initiation services of Hie Westminster (Jnild being conducted by th.- president. Christine Henrichs. assisted by Ilarrit/ IliilbertJ Esther Kyalz and .Margaret Shannon. I'leilKes for the new .Ve.lr"H gift lo niissimis were laki^n. An hour or games follov.ed. .N'ineieen ineni- hers Were ;it the meeilnu. * • •:• Kiijal .Vi'lehliofs .S<iclnl >fei'IIng A social meeHng of the Koyal .Veighbois of Aii)i'rii|a Sn. 'M't wa:; lield. la.sl nighl in Hie .M. W, A. hall. , " i A pl:iyletj •'The Swei vvas a featute of Hie en I and fii$; easl jwras taken as follows:^) .Mrs. Hell AdaniH. leading lady:' .Mrs. It. K. Itobertfion. .Mrs. j; .M. Keiternian. .MrsJ (ieorge Hnggfns.i! Mrs. (ieorge Defeb.'iu^'h. .Mrs. Aiina; fllniNii-ad. .Mrs. J. .M. Thomas, and .Mrs^ K. ('. Kurlock. .Miss .Marine Davis and Miss Mary K. .Morrison playird piano conipositiims nnd a reading w ;i .s given' by .Mrs. O.sulhi Davis. A' male (|uartette sang several selections. , Box, I'unches were sold, according to (he age of Ihe ladjf who houglit: the hox. Eighty people were present and the .sale of I hi; boxes brouqbl JlO.Oci. ^ hgH, C'ciW. 1 hud till' her. Thi' BY <•:• FUEDE lick"TiV. LfcWIS * <• Pres. College or JOm lorla 4» •> • •:• • • •:• •:• •> <• <• < •> -ci • • <• * "Thou, Hi<| ship with mif. as a J.suM Clirlrttj"- 11 11 1 philj. refore; Kllf 1 )0 (1 im. ii "Does the road win^ uplijill all the W!iy Ye.«. lo the very en Will Ihe joi rney long daj? From morn to nigli^, Hut is tliere for, ih lug-pi ace'.' A roof for where dhe liour» lii'giii .May not (he|darkn( . my taccV Voti cannot mi.ss ih|at inp. •-Chris iis hide it freni Oh miist Cod piake us climb uphill. overcome contitituti )nal or chronic doubt, c r tb(j irony of fate, or ihe op'posil scrupulous,ior finan nient, or whatever liver us froiii disc'q make us cohquero Two jear>i ligo .Mary Vickery (iNiijipeHred from her Imnip III Hiirlan. liy. A -hurl llnir luterr n biid> was I'nund at a niliM- entry near the liinii. : (otiiije Itnhne}. a taxi- rub drher. was tried ior nnir. - drrDJff- .Mary nihl sent {« pris. . on iiir liij'. Hnl the other d:iy '.Mary >leppeir ofi the trnlii In ilsirlan »•> alitp as yuu pleu-^e. Shp bad iieeu norhlnp in a mill ill (Inciniinll and had re. Iiirneii toM-e that liabiier was »iet free. . : LONE ELM ^ .\I.lr< h -The .Missi.mi t';icir:e railway ciitltpiiny is liiiildiiig n w siiiiki pi-iis h.-i-j-. (^niie n; hiMi- liVi-Sl |)lI(. is sllijij,' /i finni llere ;lll(l iniiiriiveineiil in', iiiiiie uei- difficulty. jW'e Hia ik Father, thqt; Jesiw the trinipphant wiij fac steadfjistly toi •s;tlem.''; Hei bore up towaril 'alvaryl cr hard- Isoldler of ::{. Fitaenii of the Lai« tiedrge .HcKin- ' ley LnSftiy ItlMd ^-i-HerKonal «nd Socliir:ifews. , HU.MBOLDT. Mar. |2i—The fun- erial of'S^r. George MeJKlnley was held this ofternobn dt the Preshy- terlaii i;hurch. The ministers who ^ssiated In the servlciea were Kev. W. H. D^vla of CHerr.vivaie. Dr. H, SdwerHy of lola and Rev. C. Itfllls of ihW cHy [solos were sung by Mrs. E. W. Itaglund of Ixillartre. ana by .MniF. W. Ilart- Wlg of -Hiimbdl/lL A) rjunrtet com- paiiiidt Meitdamt>s llliiglund and I llurtwig .and -Mr. J. H. .Vrniel and ; Air. L; T. Cahndi) aljwj sang. The | ^service was vtry impressive and ' waa i^ttehded by a gijeat congiega- tiou of the niiiherbuji friends ' and acquaintances of the .McKinlcy ^ famtljr. Bir. .McKinley ln' survived ; by hia wife and by liwb KOnfi. Mr. Ben .VcKldley of Kah.sa.s Ciiy and! Ceorge McKinley, Jr., |of Emporia. Among the out of ipviu relatives' who aitended Hie McKiiiley. fiineral i today! V^ere the following: Mr ami .Mrs. Rt>n ML-Kinley of| Kansas ciiy. .Mr: aiJid'lUrB. (Ieorge Mt-Klnley, jr.. of RihitOi>lu. .MrB. Alli e! Keber and .MIsa Grai^e Heber of Kansas Cliy. Mo., air, Jrthn .McKlnli-y of Sun Juan. Tei,, Mr, and Airs. Joe .Mc- Klnle*. of lola. Mrs. Illl. A. IlroWn and Ilr. and Mrs. ^Idyd Itrown of lola. anil .Miss Lllllnh Young, of Toxafj. MI H H Kuthryn Leimensloll arrived he>e Friday for a! Hhori vlsli with her parents. .Mri ami .Mrs. ,|. K. L^lmenstoll. She|relnrned today tlo Cottey Collegh ui .N'lvaihi, .Mb., Where y^ar , Mlsh hoine she is a Istiidentj this , MarganM Jijihnson was over the wci-k i'Ud with her I. ke be whole friend, night a rest- my inc men if |urag«j s ba.s M R o ui is Lift we iiit iiielanchnly. Mh^* ,yet pursuirigi i killed." , If the shiille of 1 per has lured usj %et ; feet again and' enil le us • (he way rit TUy i :'oriiin mdm^nta. jOh, the thrill in" lie heart of ^htm who can say. "Hy it lee I run ii a Hoop, anjl bv mylfSod do I :" So einpow -r. de IS that we si ali c of peril iininsianjc over a wall . ;ind giiiile '.•i!I ascents r.'iich till • In . I I sns' .N "cKajsteneil. but | not the Junius on jour l6 run In pon bap end Imb in line, Aiiien. liiis come. Tluy fixiil very nicely v.;i:! drilled I'lir liiive -.-1 itl-^io now ly un- hogs. A well Hie lioiiR and a BIG CREEK jipet.) liarr liradlngj roiif was pnl i.n nail of f -ani 'l -v. , s V .)i M SMi.le i .,r lii.« lertalnnii-ni j nier. t Hi< in The latest :iiiililion ii< "Uieasli-v le:iKiie ' is Ir.-ne I land. .Mrs. lianiev (I'llara was iiig at I'enhimrs Tuesday. Itaynnind Lloyd Itcibe, liifiuil son of .Mr. and .Urs. (;e :irK 'e Iteihi . died Willi lii«:irl • inc.ible after suffering inli.-nsely I'.ir >;i-venil' weeks. The body was );iiil lii risl/iii Hie We Ida ceinclery. If the sihoiir buys Jiailn'l responded pr.Tmptly we inrglit <if had anotlii'i- serious lii -e. Mi". Clnrlcy Swan noHi -ej Hie rimr of her liou.- wa.-! smoking and while sli- look- ejL it biir'st ii;io ilanie. She calle.l li-ul.-^ Cll K"( iiiiolh jsinlrp, and Evans i were more Saturday. .Mrs. W. fl. .lohnjiou an I l.r. Heverljl called on L lis /L'ui*- •i-jiei Slonilay aftern ion. ! .\Iis.< Blanche Co well >jpenl ; week end with be^- pare it.s I ElKiijiire. 11. w sniii- paren^s,; Mr. and .MrsI.H. S. Johnson, the lege. Miss Johnson i.s' a student at EilipiJrla Slate Teachers jol- low dark (osselti. whim we we ,mu8ti Iweakness.j on (if the un'- lal ranbarrass- |it niiiy be, de- jment and o^ fer every IhecTOur ibowni -us 6 set 'iVm to Jeru- I wn cross us upjout be "faint. the; funeral of .Mr| L. F.-Ross, who passed away at his home yes-} terday, wjjs held here today at | 4:30 brclock. Iniermonii was made j at Modnt Hope cemetierjy. Mr;^. F. D. Culver was hostess to ; the D|elphian Chapter! at their reg-i ular meeting tonight.j |MUrch \ 22. i Xearl.v all the active members were-! present at this meetinjg.f The topic j !of the evening was , [-'•Burns and i Byroii. • Mrs. B. E. AVise Was- the \ leader of the di.scussion. She Was j assisted by Mrs. Floyd Johnson, i .Miss jO'Connor. Lvirs. 10. C. Payne, i Mrs. Ira Barber. .MrsJ T. A. Kails- : backjand Mrs. F. Cu^er. j The New Spring Styles in HAVE JUST ARRIVED A fa.sfinatinK tlisplay of .srrii.rl. nnw Spi-inif. fnshloJw, hovt'lty tub fabrics and deliKhtful iitjw shades invites ,st.vk'-int»!rt 'Stod wiimoh and mis.tes to .select frocks for |jome. street, .sports and afternoon wear frbfn .'111 that i.s newest and smarte.st in Wash Frock.s for Spring SHK I 8iimhii.'r. These Frocks are made of highest (|uality, giinr-' anteed fast co^or materials. Thi y are excellently tailored, perfect in fit—really out of the ordinary frocks in style, in workmanship and in valiie at their special; Ibw prices. $3.50 ™ $7 50 Sizes 16 to 42—Extra Sizes to 52 We are e.xcluslve repfeSentativejs of Good Morninj: Frocks in lol (See Window Display and (|venlially he skies • i Mij ; .••alle.l Albert af the I Tuesday evening. Hu (s Man Id .Mrs. Will Palmejr. .Mr[). Fern ] Palnjer an,tl jdaugl ter ' M I'rion. of t IluhillHildt. ><ptfnt W -dnesd^y at the I \f. Al'. Ciitipet home. •5- Mr. and Airs. Arthur Ijiby were shoiiping 111! Elsmire Sa urday. - .\. D. Jonlon ai^d family spent .•^unday eveiing wi;h \V. fi. Johnson and fariily. -'I Vernon Howerti n is jicrloualy ill at this wiriting. .M. W.<Cui»pit^ a!Jid faintly spent ai^d Bu Mynalt In jEls- i da ugh' the near (s nuth hom'e •J- REAT/ESTATR TRAXfl^EBk •!• *J* Issued Daily from Office of * * lola Abstract Cp. * •^ . * * + + + + * + 4 + + • + (.March 22. .102 fJeorge F. Kirshner and ! for help/and ilie hoy:-; from scliool and the' nun from ilinvn town soon put . il . out. If these fires are going to gel chronic with Lone Elm. some way m flglii ihein haif better bo pl:uini'l. The heavy rain wi- ivei ived w;is (|uite a ,<:!»prise. .Vo one _was looking for a young flood. Witii- the oxce),iinn ni" wa.~hfil out lenc- I Sunday at the T. E. flenskju homt west i>f Cbanuic. Mary Lee. to Edward W. boerr .\E. >4 :;i-2:?-2I. ice rl wife. I es no serious ii:i!n;ige was report- H. F. i ed. - , —Telephone! yout 'Classified Ada ».o IS.. tS CO ontg. Ifii) ncre.s. Sl.Oi.i. Edwaril W. II. F. Doeijr and wl^e .Maude L., to r,illian 0: Schwartz .VE. '4 ':!I-2.1-21. contg.iicn .icres. 1 $1.00. I Richard L. Kollenborn. widower to James B.:Jacks,on. .S\ '.-'. of SW. '4 l:-.-24-2n, :$l,iin. 1 A. n. Sleeper and wife .Noivi E.. to Charles J. Schustei' and lluhy lues .Schuster, hia wife. lot n, blk. 1. Xorthrup's Addition to the Cl'V of tola. *Li'0. ' The l!n{lversily of King's College, IlHllfnx. %. S.. Is the oldest univer- slly In (M(^ nntlKh Empire outside ,«lie IinHkh iHlex. Its fonndadou dates from 17SS. , 3 BARING POWDER ta , . '^farjti ri& Jane^^ is Onl.v 1& iiKonthB of age anil doesn't , i->4ry .plalii3 ':yfet;6n^^ a set^-of it^ap wnims get up andgi*[e fi:::;alftp ^ii .r' T ^l ^'leyfeiantt tat reifenlly<p |3y «<l with ah orchestra at an rentertainn lent more than SOO persotfs her uncaniy Surely BiecdtHe Popular when they ii.se this ne'W wonderful French Proces,s Face Powder called 'MELLO-OLO—keep.=! that ugly shine away. Women rave over Us superior purity and quality; Stayb-on no Jong—skin, looks like a p "ach—keeps con pleicions youthful- -prevents large pores. Pet a. bcjx «>f | MEa^LQ-Gl X) Face ^owder todty.—Cook's Brn? Stor^. Same hrover55ymKs ' USE LESS Ttt.W OF • HIGHER PRICED BRA.M)S Why Pay iTHn COVERNME;JT USED MU-LIONS OF POUNDS r r is easy ;to chocuse jmt the rib roast you want~when you conw pare one with another. How convincing, how satisfactory to first comijare when buying;. So| with coffees. They differ widely in quajity. Only by cam- panne their flavors a^i you chooie the one coffee you. like best. And after that, it is an easy matter to oiider by brand name the coffee you want. Thousands and thousands ot people would be elad to tell you how Kolgelr's CpSie dcKebts and satisfies and is the niott entirely satisfac­ tory article on. their breakfast table. 3ut we aik you to take nojhing: for printed. Smply compare i Coffee with the bnind you Folger's aie:ii6i^ ujine« by rnakinir the Fblse r Coffee Test. It ii the logical, etsi' Kajr to shop for coffee. The Folger Coffee, T«t Prink Folger's Coffee tomorrow n ioifniiigj the next morning druik t^ ; coffee ybu havei been utitte; the third niorning drink FolgePs again. You will decidedly favor one trand or thfc other. The Best Coffe; Wins: That's fair, isn't it? You need. have no fear health of your hair ortthe iifj.Ss of its api|earance tlUil Hi .vonr perthanent guarantee If wavd ntlsfnction. Pjowder Beauty fitirtleii&r ii .PlWBC ^hejirst thought ihthe morrting FII&.liER^,f for the iatnral- ou en- to us. Puff SHop no filr IdTitieif. establisHiiilSSO 85 &%Tisg*3i VAcknjtf KTO

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