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March 26, 1927

The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

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.1. Mre. 'Lottie Kit man returned to BJiHin ^&n itttoynfter a visit with Mr dangtate^, aild Mr; AVOod. ' 'i i Bobby Cook, th^ and Mrs. Harry been ill: with the recovered. Xew'Globe Bldg. 8. Archie Wood small .9on of ,Vr. Cook, jwho .baa bhicken pox, has li— Dr. A. iB. TWadell. Osteopath.' Phone 191. .Miss Grace Kinhby, who ha.s been taking a. several! |weeks vacation from Ramsay's [where she has charge of the ^iik department, returned to-work tnis morning. .Miss Kinney has been vMting with her brother and wife. .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kmn^y at Jadcsdnvillc. Illinois, for _ several weeks, -i ,; • , ' i— : , —Lister-oil or be Mur Permanent T\avins. North .SideiBarber Shop. Phone B37. ' j - Ceorgc M. Reynolds and Oliver Iloynolds drove to Yateie :Center niiUjGrldley yesterday OP .'business. I The McClurc family, who h^vc l^'cii UviiiR at the corner of Third iibd l ':u»l Htreet. ure moviiiR to u litrmJ • 1 -Jiortii I K sold by The WIHI HIIIH T >|K -»vrJier (o.>xrlii«.l»e|j. l'h«. IH5. I .Mr. HiKl MrM.-'W." D?'|{<»t;iir, who hiive licen llvlriK «i 111 Haulli'ThIrd utri'ci, hnve ronlwl their homo to: - tile Alec LtriinI fiimiry and ut pres- crif jtre vlMltlt»: with .Mrs.: Uo>;ur 'H )ii!ii (her. the H CK C. C . iiamlllon iiiid iMrs. IlanllUtHi of Carlylc. Thoy wjn. leave next ?wopk for an ex. tended AiHit withf friends and relti- ' lives in iSudatiii and Columbia, M'>., tiud.Cblcaj EQ.. III.. —Take .i KfJ day. Films dfik with ynii Sun- •injl • DevclopiiiB at Ffy-.s nruB Slolre. Mrs. Frank 11. Brown, wlio was an over night'kuest in the home of Mr. anjtl Mrs! .T. F. Swonper, .Ir., Soti».h' Walnut, returned today lo Topek I. .• 1 1 I ^ -] aiisK Maty Wishard. who is teaching lin Chanute, is spending the week-end' with home folks. —For S»le: 3 coal and wood. 6- holc ranges with high closet reservoirs. Schell Gas Stove Co. ' Eugene Hfllig of Bassctt has rc; cuvcrefl from an' illness with the mcaslc^i Mr. aild Mrs. E. , Leeliien of S02 South Ftreet motored to Ottawa .ti)<!ay to visit friends and relatives. « i ", ' • ¥. L. B. LEAiVELL, 31. P. *= Mi8s^Ii!em VanOimp iand Miss aeaiinei:':*niylor are' spending the :wc€k with {riendB iih Cb^nute. Friers of Mrs. Alfred C(^well; who vtis. operated on Mondalr for appsndicitis, will 'glad to (earn shc; is foproring nicely. , noon «nd ;eTeiiin|r^:50r, «5c.*ell€}- Hotel. Mr. ahd .Mrs.' Wi}ford HickJi and little son Biilie of Romona, jCans., are vishmgat the ;0.| T.- Burtcb home a^Slfi North >Vaahingto4-ave- •. anC Kas. hue. -T§ey are also' visiting M Mr^. W.-A. Hicks of LaHarpe Miss !?reressa Clark. is spcjnding the we«k end with Mr. O. Barji hart and family of 90S'North )Vash-, Ington. J ^ —Dr. :^Montgomery, ChlropHactor. lola Lai^ndry BIcfg. Phone isS Miss i\'ivlan Suffrou and Miss Mary Webster are spending the week eiftl in Pittsburg. Xir. aiid .Mrs. Ivan Benjam n expect to ^Joav;e Monday, by au(p for .has two iding Ihuine Slielby, jMohlaiui, where ho been working for the last years. JThey have been spel Ihh luM( tliree months visiting follu un$l friends. -~s\»r6i i** Mi|d !•)< Till- WII UMU M (0'|)«Hrl|«r C M . < xditMUe I J-. I'lii i.-!^. .MiltK I^vii Jiiii^'Sdlwcll will laave Muniluy ^or Wlchilu to Rllcn L tlid .Sniifhwejiterji IJPlI T«jJ<*plionn con- vchllon. , .Mrs. Bub ibuitgarner hi Kinsas City is 'hero .for si low iflnys visit with hei" moUi<*r. Mrs. Flofenco BInntnn Jand fiipiily. Mrs. gamer fs spending the ufteifnoon and In Huml»)ldt with Miss Eva K —An Unusual Male on Kodak Albums 5it Fry's Drug Store. i , _ Willaril Usery of S12 South KVal- niit street is recovering i^icely. from th4 measles. • Special attention given Dls- * eases of Coloii and Rectum. " Electro-Therapy and * Physioiherapy. • • Office lola Stite Bank Bldg. Phones—147 and 705. Piiyc Ilolenian, who lias been ill III' the measles, has recovered. Mr .M. K. .Melton of Bassett aud Mr.". Tom l^ug of 412 South Elm street were Luilarpe business visitors yesterday. . - Try it once—you will have no otlicr. Van Ilower's Bread. .Maicqm .Taylor of 810 South •Wa^hiiiijton avenue, i.s recovering nkely trom tht measles. ' •• 'I •. — ! Sam'Kindig calne down last night on the 5:63 Santa Fe for an over SUTiday visit wSth bis parents, J:r. ai:d -Mrs. E. E.^Kiiidig. ; **^» •'<»•_'»»***«*• • • • ' ' , 1 ' ' • .'Special KBDUklin .,Crcnnis ' For jSnnduy. Fresh Strawberry Kresli Pcacfi Fiojtann lycmon Vanilla 'Chocolate 'Pineapple Sherliet Oraiige Sherbet Cherry Ic-e ^ Tlicrc iis nojicltcr cream made t'ffSn Frankliu's. Try Itl ^ Pho. ISl FBiV'S Motor Delivery 1 • • » » • Mrs. .1. C. Norton of'Moran spent Yesterday with Mrs. Harlan Taylor, 220 North-Cottdrtwdod. •Sister Elva and Sister Anna Marie Q I St. Johns hospital are spending & fcwf; days in Pltteburg. They ej^pect to return Monday. —.Vprfa oleanfag ty|»e M lyiww'rilers lias no niiiiiL - Mr. and Mrs. H. "E. Cowgill return! ed last night to,their home in Burl\ Ington after a" visit with their ' danghtei', Mr8.:0. L.'Cox, 422 Sou^h ^ ~ jWulnut D. Smock went. Sheriff 11. ^. Wichita todjy.on Business. to —1. have establlshedia temporary . office at BUT residence', 304 N. Jefferson, where j can. examine eyes. ' fit glasses, and ihiike < repairs, r Phone 802 for appbintfnent..! Ira B. Frantz, Gptoinfetrist. ~ • I .~ —• " . , Mi 's. T.«lia fs ^east and !i«n Didc, i • .n2Q South AVal^ot street.-spCiit the week end »with iMrs. Weast's sister. Mts. HoVard fih'rnes at Moran. iMrs. G. "W.; Adams, forn^erly of iMa but now Bjring in Kahsjas City; U here for a: Wait wift her a». iUn INdam'H aifl.Tan^tly iln Cherty; ~ *^aii4 with -IpUij Mary Shaw of 817 South W. street has recovered from ail ness with the measles. —3uA like Angel Food take. Van Hqiozer's Bread, 2 for 15tj. .Mr. Burgman of 724 South Cfliest- nut street, who hasi been ill <^ the mcasie;, is recovering nicely. John' Clo'pine, of 213 North street, fwho has been quite il\ mains about the same. itfj.^ Sylvia Ruth, Duggan of 208 South Walnut stree. Isjeonflncd to her honie with itb4;mitmp8. She l4 a student at Jui lior iHigb.; Mrs. W. L. Cox of 410' Smith Ij^'asbington avenufc -who has been ill for two weeks wlth;the flu,'is neported better. 1 —For Fuller Biiuf hes pho. 1024J. C. E. Coy, 421 S. Wrinut, ilola, Kas., ' Mrs. Sheff, who purchased the "Dad" Rose propertj. returned Friday afternoon mm Oklahoma, where she was called on business. Mrs. iR. Parker- is irery sick^from a continued illness 6C over a Irear. She is some better, h wrillhg. ojvever, at this ilum- !'•' jilniit 111- New.t Funston, an old soUlidr. is reported' quilc poorly at Ills ijome ou NoKh Buckeye street John Clark of 210 North Folurth street; Is improving the appearance of hm home by the aildition |of a pice liew porch. —O; L. Cox, M. ,D.. Speciilist. Eye, Ear, Nose and Tlubat, : Mr.- Lewis JUrake came up from Humboldt this morning hringi ig a trained nurse from Chunute who will take over the care of his n other. A|rs. U. R. Drake, whose c( ndl- tlon js such as to cause hi>r fri -ndB a great /leal fif unen.mi)i'sH. —S 'orta *or cleunliifr type) on typelrrHerN hns no JN]liiil. : Tile friends of Judge C. L. Whlt- aker learn with a great do: I of satisfaction that he, has al nost completely regained'rcontrol.oi the. muscles of his thrxiat which vcre pariTlyz|ed for a few days folio vtng a slight stroke pt apoplexy, and that he .now seems to; be on the ^vay to early and'complete recover -iiStrawberry Shortcake with Suhijav dinner at Krause's Cafe Elm re- O. h. BroVn, the forrner proprietor of the Central Market on the south fjide of the square, has traded his residence property. at .223 North (Jolborn street and the .fresldence property at, 4j02 . South Ohio street JiiijI t<ie vacant lot Just south of the feed yard i on South street tnj II. C. Btirtls of!Humboldt for a farm .'i'.^ miles south of (?as City and ?1,000 in cash. leach oOcj the The "snow map,"- issued by weijt'her bureau as of .^larclii 21i shows that on that date moat of New England, and practically all of Michigan. Wisconsin. Iowa. Nebraska and Wyomihg were still covered with snow. Strangely enough Montana. North Dakota and moi^t of South Dakota and Minnesota flee of snow>hile states far td tJic south were still covered. —Trunks, Bags, Suitcasj.'S. niuger's Furniture Store. ilon- -MISB Mildred Wllhelm of Wichita spent Thursday here with Mr. and^ Mrs. Ray Wlthelra of 320 ^outh State street. Mary Arlene Balkan of UT, Sjnuth Slate street has fully recoifcred from the measles. ^ ' _ . -^li;awberry Shortcake with leach Sunday dinner at Krause's Cafe 50c. Mr.s G. R, Richardson feci ived the. news of the death of hei- < ons- lii, Lewis B. Foster, of Parsons. Mr, Poster was recoghUed all (lony the Katy System as facing a nost able chef, and was In; thcli' enjplpy for 21 years. A correspondent ol the Reg ster. commenting npon iha paragrajvh.in " • the yesterday's paper: refarrlng t; fact that three of the men. now In loss "It read thiy be a jail are maimed e|th*r by the of a leg or an arm.'lremarks: seems to me the wayj^e Item that cripples were all that could catch."—which peems to sly crack at the ^peace offi^iers!; However, able bodied m*n been known to find their wajy the Allen "cOOTty jail. —Dr. G. S. Lambeth. Surgeon. Office phone'256; R<>s. phone 615J. Rev. J. N. Smith of the Port Scott .Mt.! Ziou Baptist 'churchi will be in lola tomorro^^' to assist in a sieries of imeetiags beginning tomorrow night. Mr. Smitli was pastor of the Second Bajptist church of lola! for some time and will receive quite a welcome liere.. The Antl-Segregatlon • League Is a busy organization at present, as its membership is gradually in- creasinie, and some very efficient and coiicrete things- hare been brotighi to pass under the i)resent administration of .the president, Thos. B. Simpson. • ' —Ilo'mecooklng'^ dpr Hpeclnlry. Chicken Dinners ton jRunduys and ThiiH ^iInyH. Lewi^mn's Cafe. Mr. .Seal, of Cuffeyvllle,, :iii lii- Miiriincc wrItiT, i/nn in loin this week checking u|i on the ibiitilncss for Ills company. | [ , i The CommunlU' KfMvli*' (Iiir.) of New York Cllyi is-making un effort to establlshla branch In Inl.i. Mr. J. W. Pollnr^, orpnnlKor. has been in touch wiUi G. It. Hichani- Boii In an effort to tn-l the lola public to sec thf good of such an orgilnizatroii here. —-For Painting ' anil D '^fWating. phohe 7.St5W. C. W, Robinson, 21.'j North First street. Dr. Mila Ilnyei? Lee has leased the building occupied by the Frantz Optical Co. In whi<:h firm she has a one-half, interest. . The firm property is in the hands of a receiver at present pending some court decisions. If a settlement cannot be arrived at soon the firm property will be stored by March 1. Jl. C. Burtis of llumboldt, yho recently traded fori the vacant lo^ lying south of the feed. yard on Soijth street, . contemplates tliij building of a .ridvr busincjss house upon Jit. This, ik'a good location and will fill in the only vacancy on South street in this block. *••••(• •4 * • • e « • * Yonr Spring Coat * * '•' » • can be refreshed by • • dry cleaning; Call 105. • John Bergmian of the Soifth Street Cafd is' preparhig to build a home for himself.'^nd family in the-2(|0 block bh Soi^h Dak Btrect. J. 0. Butobcr waaiin Kansas GIty today on: business, i , , Mr.land Mrs. J. Atchison^f 517 South Colborn- street wil| feo to Galesburg tomorrow!'to vi^'ttae Samuel Fouae 'family.-L T —^Special Sunday riinner at the Portland Hotel, 65c. »Hours: 12:13 tc 2 p. m. • .Mrs. Charles Barber of^ 413-NprtJi Third street, who underwent 'a major operation at St. Johns hospital Thursday mdrning. is still vefy ill bnt her general condition today has been quite favqrable, news that her many anxious friends will be glad to hear. ;'v jMr. and Mrs. W. Baysing^r of 5:0 .N'ortli AValnut street will be gi ests of the D. Palmer family at Chanute over the week end. R. R. Peterson of 102 North Sec- 01 d street is remodbling his residence property. • Truman Meyers of 714 South Washiuiston avenue spent .vestcr- day with his cAiUin, Charles Herring lot Salem Dii^rlet. •' Pearl Crenshn of 724 ' Smith Chestnut* s(rcci. Grace Sloan of Sjfi South Walnut street. Dorothy Jnm Flake of^ Davis Addition au'l Edna .Morgan o;' 1523 South Chpsl: nut strei't, wlni have bcen_ ill with thi' ^wieanles. j^re well ^i?Bln awl ubl<^ to altfiid Hciiciol. Tliey uru stiidcMts III Wusliliigtoii .luliool. DAY blllngsWorth went Uevenli g to' spend th retot ves. James luiliig, Rob-, m ill with ered. iiamUy, ac- have be MlB^ Rut: to Humboldt li the week erid Moline HilligJ ert Hillig, *bo the meaSlesj, hare reco -Homi>r M|.'ers and compani4d by tlie Misseij Josephine and. ISthyl Orani, went a Chanute to s'penii th^ aijernbn. ikiiss Fern Stcphensoc .and Miss Olive 'Reeve^, ofi,Colony, are spend* iug the week end with .Miss Stephenson's 'partjnts. Mr. and Mrs. Fred !-Btepliensoa |or .S'17 Nort|h Walnut str«|et. jj Gardner, b^i 50S turj<y street! wasl'able to [lie brought home from j the | Johnstqn hospital ! in Chanute jyesterday. MrJ and -Mis. Elmer H Bassett announce the mdrning. MaTch 26. of a MARCH 26. 1927. PAGfE Tl Siulh Ken- iiig, of 702 rrival this son whom they have given [the nahie, George llilllg. The Frankenbiirg honlie ah 206 South Statei strcBt has Ijjeeu sold to George Frcemaiil who yill occupy it as his home. Mr. and LMrs. K. D; .Mr. ii:id Mr.s. I'alrick I A:lh;ir Dal^on viiited a try home of .Mr. Jones north i)f last jllimes and effern and the cnun- and Mrs. Frank Mr. iinil .MiH. C •orge "(17 Noj^tlii Koiiph hiroet have iii()v<'d i!) i; rv i'lc ICC on .Noi'ih Elm hi I cel. ' Mr. and .Mm KiUl WmMlhi. Cliiy- l<oi'cna soil lit JIi' of 702 IjHii.MdIi. I K III with tlto nicas- ICH. li'n 'iVoudliLJ {iu\ ih<' Ml' (•••Id l':ii/,ab<|i"h it I K!.''iii»rf la:ii Hllllg. the slx-yar-oldl,,,.),^fv jf„r .\lVs. \V( r. and'MiH. Eliii-r Ullllg. j ,p^I ,.H. in« Iloni m. MI <|K Li'Ins Bniiirll. .-i tfacliir in llio Ht-JKxils III punla, .New Mc .xicn, who has liBvfr unite ill^ in aide lo resiinip licr school work. Her brollicr. Herlierl Rnincll, wlm also loaches in the public schools*there, is enjoying, a succssfiil , .vo .-ir will) /lis leacliiag. Tlicy arc graduates- of I0I.1 High ScluKil. Mri?. Borlli.-i, Lowis istln-fi- frcim Kansas t'lly visiting .Mrs. Harry Burns south of lola. < * Ableson Cli'nix'rs « J .M. Jones is installing ii gasoline filling station at his place of busiuesi on .North Jefferson avenue. I , , • —Special Chicken Dinner Sunday ut Gliulteubeard's Cafe, north iside. Edward Giljson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. iK. Gib.son of 514 East Jackson avenue, is reported ill of tlic |flu tdday. - . |. Dr. -Mila Hayes Lec ahnouiices jshe- will be 'back in her, old loca- jtion soon after April; 1 Iwith new iequipmdut a .iHl expects to reudcr to the public an up-to-date service in the way of eye cxolninations and prescribing glasses when needed. .• —For Sale or Trade: ily entire stock jof hardware and buUdiugS. D. D. Spiccr, Cenevai Kausas. Jmj McAlcster returned from Kansas pity last night where- lie had ^tcnn on husiriess and where he entered Research hospital for a minor operation on his nose. O. Q. Marsh of 208 Sputh Biick- eyp Etrec't Is'making some improvements in and around his residence. He is hijildlnp new walks and a |new riut" and giving the .place a once over In general. ;' IbaWl Hoiydy Springs Win er lias come and gone. Spring is here with iSaster Sunday but few ; weeks away.:! Jfs high' time for men to think seriously: of gprins^ togs. I' We are now alt r^dy t<f show you the New Spring Slits,' Top -Coats, Oxfords, Shirts, etc.; at prices tHht are Tight. Won't you keep us in mind when you a^e ready lor new 'spring clothes. ' " Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fiidgr. "I Garnet!, who visited' iiveriiiglit wilh Mr. Fudge's mother.- rj-tuin'''! Iiume this morning. Mr. and Airs. F. G. Ljiwycr and Mrs. II.,E. GIov<'r dnivt! to Stringtown lo attend the fuiieml of George Hair. , Miss Nellie lWallei-.s. .Mrs. H. W Sherman and daugiiter. I-uurii, spent the afternoon in Chanute. . Mrs. G. R. Card Is exiiecteil fi> return home tomorrov/ from Kansji .H City where she has beJn visiting her son and wife. Mr. *and .Mrs. George Herr. ( Mr. and .Mrs, "lannan and dangli- ter. Lula, drove through lola this, afternoon from Parsons to Stringtown to attend tlie faneral of George Heir. Mr. anil Mrs. A. M. Kent of Pleas- anion. will h»> Sunday gm .'.st.'; of Mrs.\Florence K. Bplillng ami Harper fjcliling at 216 Sniiih Hiickeyc Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vanrll are visiting witii Mrs. VancII's parents in Sc. Josepli. .Mi>. ,MisS| Hester Walters will .arrlvf home on tlje Sniillower Special from Votes Center wliei'o slie has been .^ittcniling the tcachiTS nvci'!- ing today. .Mr. iiliil .Njrs. F. |j>iii;-i' anil I JiiiiW r id Hiri -'l will s|><'iii| .^iiiiiliiy iliiis in Olt.kwy. light. del laky of Kf.-l. Vivian ndored to lo ainpiiil it xiir- iidln 'M J"!'-- I,. I,< iliri'ii anil |S02 ."^iiilllt wiHi rcla- Sliirli 'Mf .Mri'.Tnp. daiSclil'^r y.r. and .\ir.-. Cliiplcs lcC:iiin nf tiii? S DII H I Jcff''j'Hiin .•ivc^iue. ir. rc- p'lVt.il ill wi'h Ih Word w ;is rofriycd ilriy froiii Mljis Kiiihia Uitil (0 Kiin.-:;t;-;.-f!ity :ii;i> Willi lii-r fiiliiijr. S!l;i s.iyliig lli:il Mr. >1alrnnj lorc'llhc Mijior .iHd Tlin piKiI .in Kahs:i!i <?ily. I irt':ilniont. Joan Cl'-'vcngrr,l the three-year- old •daughter of ripvengcr nf 517 Mr.s. ^nnth slrcci. who has biecn q lite ilii of pneiihioniu. i.-^ slowly imi roving. Mr. and Mr?:. Iji daughters, Torjs 422 South Sycamoije street, rwill be the guests of relatives; pendenco over the lis. yPHl»T- jlconi, wh.t i -rnl d;iy:! lis Mill com. hiiil eii- •ntnn hns- nn.s., for ('alherinc Sycamore ivrenc^ Rice and andlShlrlev. gf week in Inde!end. H. H. White. GlG NoHh Wash- .tnglon. was calleiljto Kinsjig City this morning by the critl:al illness of his son. Cecil, j who' ind^rwent an operulioii aboilt a -^'eek ago. Mrs. Wiiitp has beeii there for about ten da .vR. • 'Oral'Skclton returned thisinorn- Iiig from Cherryrale, Kans., 'Where' he has been on business. Mrs. Nellie Pike -Ttill spend the day at.'Fort Scott tomorrow visiting hejc-son.. ; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Foust of .^15 North Fourthtptreet have moved to'307 North Fourth-street. • Robert H. Howard of Patrons, Kans., is working on the ' Kelley Annex with contractor Keniiedy, also of Parsons. Miss Florence Funk of 307 North .| Jefferson visited over the week end with-'Miss Dorothy Gunimings of Moran. Mae E. Hawkins will be home Siuiday from Erie. Kans.. after having been called there to assist in settling the estate of her father-in- law, William Hawkins. • Mr. and Mrs. Art Rswlings of .Mc!;an. visited with Mrs. Rawlings's pother Mrs. Bertha' Taylor, yesterday, ' Ra'ph Fowler of! Tulsa, Okla., visited his mother ai»! father. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fowler of 1017 North Jefferson, yeaterday. Mrs. Allie Hunt of Humboldt, vlsifii her luoUicr. Jlrs. Rosa Hunt of'4<'7 North Chcitnut street, last evening. ' J. r;. :>Iitti 'lli!i<li or the Palace •Slioi' 'sfor<- went to Wichita on liusllK'Sh ye .-fli ;r:liiy. Miss Klnui .M.illiT laiiie • from T(tmt:to. Kail'!., lo vlsll MIs.s Kfith- l<"U Fnrsylhi- nii'I Miss l^irls I'lilliln of kr.i) .N'lirlli Kycamorc.' Clareni" p '.naldsnn of Colwrjr Vii.s !i visitor at the lionio nf .Mr. and Mr'-.-n. Donaldson, 111 North JcffiTsoii, ycslorilay. Ml.'.\I i'Morcnic of West Broadr wry is Roiiic; to Kansas f'i'y. to siH 'iiil ilii- wi'ckend with his son. Fri;d FIoreiK-'-. Mr.s. Karl O.shi.ni or .So:: .\orth ('!;fs ;nul Weill to ParSnni; toriay to .sprmr III'- wpfk i -iiil Willi her husband. .Ml'. E. O.s-born.' Bnl.by llciiiy of 712 .Nririb Chesl- ii'il. wlio lias been ill witli pheu- inonia. is reported hotter at present. - i - . . Mrs. M. Rogers of 7i!6 North Cheitiiiit has gone to' spend' the week end with Mrs. Idaha Maxwell of .Moran. Mr. and .Mrs. Vernon VanCamp of 707 East street went to Mo«in to meet her sister. Mrs. Hazel Deare 6[ Edna. Kans. . Mr! «ndle of 821 North State street is very UI. Mr. Rndle 'Is an employee of the Pet Milk Co.; Leo Klimek, who. has been working for" John Baker of Colony, is here to spend the week end with his;grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Atchison; - • - ^^Ir. and Mrs. J. J. Adams . and daughter Lillian and Mr. J. F. Adams have gone to Toronto, Kans., for the w^eek end with Mr. and .Mr.s. Garry Adams. Mrs. F. M. Hummiston of .202 West Jabksou. who has been quite, ill. is reported better j today, Mrs. Van Seymour iof Humboldt spent yesterdav with. Mrs. Mary Chandler of 221 North Chestnut. Mrs. I. Nihiser.-and granddangh- tf r, Barbara} Pegram, of ,317 North Chestnut.- went to Toronto, Kans., to spend the week enid •with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Williams. Mrs. Williams is .Mrs. Nihiser's mother. • Mr. and Jlrs. E. B. Hutchinson of Okmulgee, Okla., who are visiting In the home of Mrs. Hutchinson's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Geo. Mal•com of LaHarpe, went to Neosho Falls yesterday afternoon and Visited with .Mr. and^lr.s. Will Zink. "Mrs. Til. C. 'Getttn of Kans., is visiting her mother.:' 0. 0. Mitchem and I 'relatiyea ^11 North Cbestnnt. • Vernon VauCamp'tooTv hfs hour gym class ou a hike to sewerage plant south town' terday. The classl^made .a s of the plant. ! , Mrs. Braner of Kansas' City^ here visitlnv her Bister, MrsJ' Atzbach. She stopped over enroute home from a vifeit in W more, Kansas. Mrs. G. W. Gordon ql -^U • Chestnut street went to ;Ch on the 5:33 Santa Fe to attend funeral se^^•ices for .M. Glover to be held there tomohlD#^ —• pin Mrs. F. P. McCrate and children;; Dare and Jeanette spent yesteridaj? w^ith Mrs. Myron Landls. who lives! southeast of the citj". I A meeting was held this afterr; noon at. the home of Mrs. Henderff son .Mitchell near LaHarpe to ocjj. ganize a 4-H club. Mrs. Florencej' Syverud was in charge of the' meeting. , ' |: i M I S. M. O . Shriek of Colony is' herfr? visiting over fhe week en«t« with' Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Young ofi 23 Canipbell street, (i.l F LU*>GRIP Check before it starts. Rub on—inhale vapors Iliftv .soon you'll get sick .vou. ijever can tell, ' So wale)^ yourjhi'alth nnil tiyjto keep well. FrOin on<j ^ilrl of ill yon may Ije kept free, .\ii «ilier I'liocki .vim' over one-jtwo-three. Don't giVj" iii tl KiekiicHs nor sj >end your wealth. .•\ ('hlropr;|etor will load you lo iieailth. li -..|'.vil;lil ->I 1!'.'7 l.,\- . I.' T . Ilmit -r.) Ad juptmi mts—Electro-Therapy I^R. IPUCY E. POLSON \orthrup Bldjr. "pnly th^ l»hone .«« If you «ri one of d^oM Kjand liutomoMte bayers {erch^iKc*^!' b«9King», foot controlled tUt- wholMirotkoomntntiTe values, and if you ciom- lng .b «4iin headlights and feur-whcelbnjkes. pate I eGifcalerbakland Six asainst the 1>cst:in fidd affoiai' ywi 'vrtll discover that only the tnost •miioeaiotIL «mliilteiit ciwU create lit . . . land only M^e^^rtcii|iMii*^AaSs could product, it. ' . Ill lib 6lherciir of $1000 dus will yon find aojch a matchle^ ccAnbiitatioh of ctiijneerini kd- MMcemcntsa* in the Greater Oakland Six. For no regardless of price, provides OAhind's 'encedChaMband Hannoi^icBalaiiccr, fiiU presture oiling, brome^Mcke^ in* f North? Six, 41025 to $2295. The New ondlFfnerPontiaf Six—at New Low Prices—$775 **> $975. ^ Fisher. All |>r>ce< at /^ctbry. Eojy to, pay or the General Motors Time-Payiiient Plan. OBART-StEELE Not in any other car of cooapaiable price will foa fii id so many iexamplet of tiiataiiperiprecision In manntEKtace ^iiectly ireeponsible for long car.' Ufe an d lastiitg owner satisfactioo. J AlF Oakland piston pin biuhingi are diamond bcnred ... All Oakland connecting rods are'eaactly , inatcli ed fior center of gravity and weight. All Oik« compit tely tnlanced. These are practices which ^ity It be most tnodein and ekactfaig principles of •cientinc manu&cture—and Oikland u*ek them alU MOTOR CO. *fHas The House / Haixlwood Hoors?*** T HAT is the qoestion most any iwoman^will ask when considaing a new home, and Ihe has a rigjrt to, for she is the one who has to take ^\ care of them. No one would drean^ of putting- anythin? bat hardwood floors in a new house, and more and more people arS putting, oak, .-, floors over their old floors. If yon hold iiie impresaon that it wonld be expensive to lay oak floors in your home,.let us give yon a plei»airt surprise by figuriig yoor rooms for %-inch Long-Bell Oak Flooring tohQ laid ova: tiie old floors. i • - • : It will not only be a moderate expenditure fori the results, but will lend a lasting air of artistic refinement and be much e^er to keep clean, and polished. Our Long-Bell Oak Flooring has an even texture and a surface: unsurpassed for its smooths ness., Dress Your Boy in Kaynee Blouses and Shirts are worn jby thousands of. smartly dressed boys every day. J Boys like the "he-boy" styles— . the comfortable feel—the collars th^t set right and lool^ right.; Mothers like Kaynee because the exclusive ^ materials, wash-proof colors and superfine tailoring assure REAL ecdnomy. Aild here you cati find these more attractive garmtos in the latest . patterns and fabrics. Most appealing in style, most moderate in price. rice. • J ' - I .00 UiSp $li95j LET US show YOU

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