The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on March 24, 1927 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 24, 1927
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ileiiHi 01' .lark Herrinir, Jr. Ja<k Herrir.K. Jr.. the Infant son of .Mr. and Mrs. .lack rrorrliJB of S:il«>m neighborhood, passed .It I he home of Mrs, Herring t <r. ^trs. J, 6. Myers Of 710 I way 'i sis! ou(h AVa.<*ington avenue this mol nin.? nade Hlgh- aboiU r> o'clock. Burial was this I 'fternoofl at 4 oVlock.ln l:in(I cenietei^y. and h y\VA. \. V. Murray arrived yes- jlc'rrlay <>veiiiiig from SprijigjfieJd ^lo:. t(» vlsft her parents. Mr Aire. Win; Aiierhat-h of G2rt •(.'liestntii street. -What Is ><ir)al (Jiiess. 1 Mrs. Chas. K. Scott wen to I'itisljurK yesterilay to atftini the .'iiiniiat niv(!ting -of the Woi len'.s -Mi.ssionary Society of theLN'<osho Trcsbylery, ot vfhich she is i resi doiii. Slit; expects' t<i reliirii lonie .S;iiunlay nighf. - W. C. T. V. Dues Payinrf social' nt home of .Mrs. Cha.s. Bi ihbp, '•W'i N. Sycamore, Friilay,; Marc i 'Zu. <;<'orge .M. Heyuoids ond; I rfih^rlin were'business visito Mailisoii. Kan.s.. yesterddy. —Dr. A. B. Twadell, Ostieopfcth. New Globe Bldg. Ftione IBl. Mrs. II. S. Al.hauph and cliil Iren of Lallarpe visited with Mr.«. Krank Lenski of '.til North .leffer- ..;<;ii avenue Tue.^day. — Beautiful Hats in straw. S| hi'inp and a jour. All. the; Si cidors anel for less tnoiiey. )ia!s for chililren, all ases. •.vatils .Millinery. . Doris Di -Clute of 519 South iltate sii-.-et. who has been ill of the iii".isl'-M. has recovered. For Fridiiyanil Satiinliiy value S'ilk Scarfs. . OH .«ale at %1.'>T, Made-or heavy quiility (^eor ; I 'lte' and railinm'silk iii'fi ; ured and plain effects wi h henistitchetl and U-inch si (;•. friuKe fitilsh .shown in eve conceivable popular Sprili • .shaikv KAMSAYS . Wilina l>eiy'^of SIS South IWal- niii ^•treet has recovered froiiji the ineasli-s. / - • —Dr. Montgomery, Clilropri ctor. ToU Laundry Bldg. Pbon* US. Miss Hazel Oruhaker. Miss Ferti \ Shin k and Charles HrUliake • of t'tiauute drovi- up this inoniiifK to visli fiicnds. IVIijit Js NorlijI (iiies-i. Miss Vclnia Milroy of Savoi Ijiirs; was a business visitor in lol:i y»s- t<-i(tay. • . - For Painting and Decor: ling. plit)ne TSOW. . c. W. Hoblnson 'ill .N'lirlh First street. Harvey Beach of Chanutc returned home ftftj?r visit this .niece. Mrs. .Ntnjsn Wood of E.South Walnut sfrek. —Xor(a. Ihas itb 417 n. s in [wiss ring .\lso l-:d- Betty Rankin isl reported ill hinr hoJiie. 208 .Soiith State str She l.-s the, 2-year-J9ld auughter Mr and Mre. W. Vi\ Rtnkin. rieet Angelo Scott w City last night tq Regi.ster !ft a ernpon Ai»sot newspapers qf Kal to return Sund'ay. ^•nt to represent ofi the Press «08. He e meeting iatell, .^jast like Angel Food Cike, 7an Hoozer's Breaid. 2 (or ISc. .Mrs. Mel Fulleij. who has 'ill. ts able to be bijckiin the scl room at AVasliingtun school. Kansas the ift- ,iy Its lei n (iOl —Dr. O. S. Lambeth, Surgfeon. .Office phone 2.'".6; |Res. phone ellSJ ~l Warren Perhaiii bf 402 Aast Madison avenue, wiho has been vi.s- Itlug his parents, |.Mr. and MrW. C. % Perham of 4tt2 East Mad Bon aveniie. returned to Manhattan ^es- teriiay to resume his stuilies atjihe K. S. A. C. i —»r1a lin<< no <>i|iial. For wl^nt? f .*tie<i«. ' : Mijs. Leo .v. nish went to Rort Scotj yestenlay for u few ;duys Visit; with friends. ; —i, i —This Is the last week for Stajmp IJhotjos. .IVi .North .iefferson. Mrn. .lohii Stolir and son. William of lC»istoii, P«., were Ile;li»d to arrive Itjis.evening \^sit with thilr pa -ents and parents. .Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ai bnch and family of G20 South Cli nut :»treet. Mr. and Mrs. -JJ F. Sw TIIli; lOLA DAILY UEGISTER. TllUltSDA V KVKNINt; Lnger. Jr., of 41& SouWi Walnut stijeet, drove Jo Lawrence todky. .Mr.r Swoiigrr on business, and Mrs. Swonger to viiiit her daughter, a ktudeOt at the Unlv«>-slty of Kansas. ' -1- • ' I —O. L. Igoz. M. D,.. iipeciftUii Bye, Bar, l«^oaa and Throat of 62S ' South returned home Hai-old Coblentz Washington i avenUe| today from Tulsa, Okla., :where he has been on buslnjiss. r;!:.'. Man wanted wiatchman I for short atid as night janitor time. J^dm ex- lot grulnii- er- I 'St- • See Lynn, The Register. *• « « The .1. H. Tiiisiey jfamilv has moved from 312 North Kim street to 4H4 i^outll Second .street. — Trunks. Bags. Suitcases. Heii- iiini:er's Furniture Store. • Miss Mary Moyer of Mt. Ida. Kans., who is here staying with her aunt, .Mrs. San h .Moore of COG South street and jivorkiuK at ilie Sifeis confectionery, had her tonsils remove<l yesterday at St. .lohns hospital. I • : j —Try It once—yon 'Will have no otber. 'Van^Hoozer'a Bread. * '^r • Your S|»rtng <'oat • . ' i! • <'aii be refreshed by • dry cleaning. Call l<t.'>.. • » • iblexon Cleaner** Kn.'K >K . PernianentI Waving. —Are you consiiierlng a permanent wave? We can assure yoM a >^avo that is distinctive in beauty and naturalness'. • at a moderate cost. Phone 168.' Powder Puff BcautV' Shoppe. .Aquality shoplfor Iilirtitular women.! .I.e? AVIlIis. who Ihas been working in the oil fields near CM.-s Plains. Texas, h^si returned hqme. •—>ofta has no eriual. Fo^ witaXl (Juess. Iriaude Roe of -TO.-. Hist j? street left Monday! afternof jSpruce in for nbrger, Texas, on a business ttip. -Saturday, March 2 .i. is the dfty fdr atainp Photos. 5'A X. JMf. Vernon Moftilt, the ten-year-old "on of Mr. and .Mrk A. O. Mot'fitt Of 40!» .North stree jle is a .iiuiiil at Li "A Refrigerator that jve lijive .stild for over 20 y rick.". A small pa, ci'tres one at our spifcial: prices ; nd terms. .\. W. Heck l-^irnitnre t'o. is reported licolii schtiolJ ast ill. Mrs. .1. U.' Lintne a^hetween train v ti'iday. . , of ('olony Islior fn lola Havih f'S- Mrs. Henry McBlwaln returned to Tola this morning from Uiiiler. .Mo., where 'she went several days ago to make preparations to Jt)ove here. Mrs. .McKlwaIn recently purchased the Quick .Meal Luncli next j door to the Kress store on the east | side of the square. She is n si-^ter of .Mr. Andrew, east of the city, and will make her home witb her brotljer Tor the pres<'nt. Xotlcp. —I have established a temporary office at my residence, 504 X. vlef- ferson. where V can examine eyes, fit glasses, and 'make repairs. 1 Phone 802 for appointment. Ira B. Frantz, Optometrist. F. B. Sa%-age. a salesman for the Coca Cola company was in lola t<i- day interview^ing the trade and decorating the drug stons and other soft drink places wliere this popular drink Is sold. —^or«a. Oeatli \ti (•eortre Ilerr. I (ieorge Herr. ag<id .s:i! years, 1 monili and 1 dii.v. |>assed away at .'i oVIork last nlglit at tho home of Iris son. .raines Herr, 424 North Buckeye street. The funeral par­ ly will motor to Stringtown, Kansas. ni"nr Hiirlingtou, where funeral services will i)e held At the Stringtown school l^afurday aftier- noon nt 3 o'clock, j Interment \lriU take place in t.he Cemetery thire. Uoy Xelson of Seminole, Ol^la.. stopped in. lola for a short \is\l wi»h his aunt. -Mrs.W. J. Bald|vin on his way homo from a business visit jn Kansas City. ; Airs. K. T. Osborne and Mrs. Fl(j><l, Lorrance of west of jthe river, spent yesterday w^ith Mrs. dm. \\: Reynolds of ito.". Xorth Jefferson avenue. KealsilraUon NoHee.; —The office of the City Clerk will he op<-n from S o'<Iock'a. m. till III o'clock p. m. beginning -Mar.h n:. 1927 and closing March 2.">, 1H2T. for.the puriioae of registration. All those who did not vote at ihe Ct^neral Klef-tion lust November, tir who have moved since, must reijislor to entitle theni to vot<> at the City Klection to be held Apnl -;. 1!I2T. 15. L : .McXlKL, City Clerk. Airs. Mary Thayer is reported quill- ill at tlie home of her son. Hart Tiiayer of :J22 South street. Airs. Belle Fults.i Airs, flertie .McCiackcn. Kverett Fulls and C. Hacklt-r retunied home last night from Colden City. Alo., where they atteuiled tlif funeral of Airs. Krn- efil. Fults. . Air. and Airs. Fred Denton mo-- tored lo Kansas City this morning on a short business trip. . W. AI. A'ezie shipped a car of baled hay to the Kansas City market yesti-rday. Mr niiil Mrp. H. J. Dean of 224 .N'orth Chi.^tnut street have returned front n visit lo ;their son and danghi'er and their _ respective families at Okmulgee'and Beggs, Okhi. ' The son and! family live in Okmulgee and the daughter and family live in Beggs. Air. A. K. Wells and family havo mived into the old Judge Culllson residence on Kast Madison. This pr_J>perty now is owned by Mr. 0. It.'Bowius. The Shelly Motor conpany in tile Crand Theatre bilili ing have had a daiuly new sign piinted on the front' of tlteir^ bui ding an- Jiounciiig the fad that th.y handle (.'hevrolet lais. The s gn is; a v.oik of art. iNoUce to .hiri»r «i, —Jurors chosnn in JiJnuiiry to serve in the Distrh t ciurt arc hereby directed to repo) t at the Court House at 9 o'cloc k Alarch IS, 1937. II. B. S.MOCK, Sheriff. John W. Brown who ha! been in Denver, Colo., for the past several liays on legal; bi^siness, is expected home jomorrbw. MARCH 24. imi. Harold iAIiUer stHri'd .work ye.s- the Shylley fornierly was tc-day morning toi M itor conip:iro. H. v.... ...» enipl'\ved by the •.NMsll .Motor «'om- I•,• ^ [• I It is^reiwirted thatr tliere are. piHjpVe in! lola wiio d«. not seem to IM ' disposed to give in ^ilieir per- 's6nal property to thcjas^essor for I taxation. At least line! case i-i I reported where the inaii refused to make any statemept and even struck the assessor jin the face when the assessor • asked him to list his property. j EarlFarrell of S17 Xorth Sycamore street, is preparing to build a new \ Increased ^eight Almosit 25% 89 to llOlbsL •'• •« F. L. iJ. LEATELL, M. It. I I Special attention given Diseases of Colon and Rectiiin. Electro-Therapy and- Physiotherapy. • Office lola State Bank B)dg. ' Phones—147 and 705. Mrs. fJrant Billbo and .L T. Allen returned last night froni Kausi-s City. Mo., where they 'went to attend the funeral yesterday of.their nephew, Allen H. AViedemann. who was shot aiid killed by a hifihway- man Saturday night near his home. Child-birth Hare b a wonderful mem^e Co all fexptctantmothanf 'When the Little One arriTea, *oo can hare that moment more free from suffering than ' yon have perhap* Iis> acfnrd. An eminent phjmieian. expert in ttiia science, has sliown tlie way. It was lie who Bnt produced the Rreat remedy "Mother's Fricn<L'' Mr». C. J. Hartraan.Scranton,Pa., •art: "With my firrt two children I had a doctor •nd a nnrse mod then they had to use in- _ struments, but with' my I usod 'Mother's Friend* and had only u nurtc: we had no time to get u. doctor because I wasn 't very alelc—only mboat ten or fifteen minutes." Use "Mother's Friend" as our mothers and jrrandmothers did. Don't wait. f<:nrt today, and meanwhile write to llradfirltl Bctnilator Co., BA 4t, AtlanU, |i Ga.. for .3 free {Uastra{ed lidok oontaininr I in/ormation cvvry expectant mother abonM i hare. "Mother's Friend" is sold b<f all dn» ctorui— Everywhere, ' wa;, my appetite so tliat I suoi meals, vegetallies, picsl etc these I ntq witliout tinj sligi t^e.'«aftc^w.^nls. ] sooii lieg: the nourishing ofTect of foods, as my strengtli, ainlii weight increased. 1 wcp lbs. to 110 11».<., the n Salina lady, worn to shadow, built up i^ tif ^ight and strength. GainedZl ijjs. ThankiTanhicfdrpefidndenergy Some years ago Mrs. Jjlarj- 1 a re.s |)ei '(ed young niuttoif' laving at. 540 North NintihStrceti:Su!ii4»:I <iins., BulTercd a verj- ijislres-siiig hiiktlciiowii' in health, ."^iieakingof that e.dn rience ehe said, recently, "Foiid wati .so disi tasteful tonic that 1 cuuUlirtentantl didn't want tocat. What lit! 1(1 If.jrceil, down, cau!^i severe guif paiiJj, heart­ burn.and soiir stoiiiachi I "I was undernourished ati<l lost weight rapidly. Dreadful h'adaclies and pains in "the liack i-au--', J^.sevcie sufTering. Wliou I l>ei;(j o'.ci hardly .stniighleii up agiiin i puins and stifTncss in jniy never rcitcd at night and evt noise ore.vcitenient upfint uij "I congratulate niy^-If j lyTanluo built nic ii|)!. 11 .-^l weighed. My frientis all tio!| up i ;St I 1 CDUill t.wi :,s to MMI,'. 1 in alittb nerves, ver the urpeiieil Cr:;Veil and all [test di.-III tofcil sc g'**'>i ion ami from X'.l ve. ever iced I'll',' new p«!p and e'lcniv ami I told them Taiilai! de.^ervrd all the credit." Mr."?. I..;iyiriaii is iiiitioiic of many thoii.^ands v.'holiave woh tlicir wav to liealtl^ with the help oijTaiiiac. Itia nuturc-'s.owii tonic aii>l|l>udy bnililcr, made I ft'im root.s, heills and' barks. .Your idriiKgist ha.'J T.viiila.-. (U\t a trial bottle todnv. Over 52 millioli bottlcHulreadv si. Id. HUNDREDS OF NEW PAGij THR'EE $3 Jtist Unpacked The Newest Straws , 98 Hairbraids ' VIscas Every New SlvFe and Color—A visit here will convince von that voii ALWAYS biiy it for less at the UNITED Mlllinerv. I {•htWren'.s i i Ifats l.:ir |3 :e Selection 1 I Very Atjtract- ii( Prettv Hals E 1 ive Models $1.98 ) > '$2.98 • 1 ' — liNITED MILUNERY GO. 118 Kikst Maillson two children in this location on our Anne c to Ira B. Franti, who M will'have to clode out some of our shoes th6m. To do this and do it quiejc^we hav^e divided the stock into. ^BARbAINS LOTS ill open an opti;cal shop sooh after April 1st as we will nbt have roo^ for Women's and Strab Mis$es Oxfords Slii^^rs at and Children** Sttap Slippers, dxf|ords ! and Sltoes $i.iN> Children's dijd and Misses Strap Slippers Oxfords $1.48 this sale will c as first served vill n^essafily b^ best'served Women's Patent Leather and Viici Strap Slippers and Pumps ; $245 Boys'Shoes $1.9S Men's Shoes from our $3 .95 and $4.95 Lines $2.95 4 DA YS \ lose Tuesday, Mat-ch 29, ^hen we will have to vacate,\so do not delay Om SHQE STORE AIS^X Foi" a Specia CLOTHIER$ fering- is the people in thelir ceed: from a LfiC'" Spring- (ppening- we ba\'e received 150 Suits through the AFFILIATED, at a special price which we want to pass on to our customers. Thii of- result of jthe effort of each member of the Affiliated to better serv^ the ir communit;ies. Suits bought iniquantities organization caii ex- manufacturer who \^'as closing" out his entire line. ^ . ; We hope tha: you will take advantjage of this exceptional offering and satisfy your wants f01' now and for the futureJ A sellectipn'of light and dark patterns to suit each individual taste. Co4t styles include 2 lege or You' and ,3 button models wilih either col- forin-fitting backs. I simply revel in the assortment of Worsteds, Scotch Twists, CasSiimeres, Cheviots an! Serges. Not one of these suits is other t lan first clas.s and of newest: con- .structirn—we have sold others of the same quality at $;50 to S39.50—but while this special lot la.sts, they are i A Fireman\s is AH«hli For Special Occ But for Style. Dignity, Choose u Feijry Tt is onlv.naturallthat we should want all our friends to visit the store a:|; .soon als possible. The Sprinjf goods arc here and we ivant you lo see them while stocks are fresh and compl(?te. W'e can fit you out from head to foot with as nice a lot of merchandise as it was ever your i;ood fo|-tur e to own. As to. prices—look at these for a sample[ There are more prices like these in the store. prestige $3.45, $3.95 $4.95 One Chap SaJdi . Our Spring.cihirts Are So Good Looking; He is tempted to wear- one as'an Eveninjr Suit AFFIUAfTED CLOTHIERS FOR lOIxA.

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