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March 30, 1927

The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

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is JOBlpr ^Biglf. irlio bu beepfimt; of School ibtB >eek .<Mi.mceottB «|of iU- > Ml*. H[ R Kowler 61 Morka TU- Hadfin tiM- k0iii« oC'Mra. Erer^tt Ite9d«. ,G12 East Neo'sbo ' street, Monday: : • M ' * —ForFuller Brunhea- pbo. lOZiJj C. £.1 Coy, 421 S. Walnut, lola. Ki»^ '. Mtji* KuUi. Holllngaworth spent tiw -Mek end with ber grandpar- eaU .iiiir. and .Mrs. -Jobn OltiBbn of " , ;• I ( — i • • I —Don't mlas "Just Out of Col- -fcg«.rr Wfcreto 31. I Mi^j anl Mrs. L^yd Ayera and l^ttl^i dftiiKbUr, OienntB. o(|jMadi- BOO; j i'XaiU., speni tl^-week end - wltfailMrai. ^Ayers's' motherj: Mrs. ,Ka.tf: firanpum of 423 South Syca- !inor«; street. ._. U Cox, M.- D:, Spici^lsi, Bye.1 Baz.^ Nose and Throat I • • . . • t a. B: .Roy,: father of.Mril.j Law- risnce Rice of 422 South SyiDainore ./stre^: -Mdio has been TisltlilK hia da«tl^:>lrk J. C. Porter fn Po- nonU,. KJans.", has returnedj >bome. Cigar iKeoktao ,, Maj^or HarttOB H<fljart,-. who ha^, been quite riUl of the flu at hW ^^B *e .v3M South W^Wn«t<»n: 4Te- iue. Is betti ^r ioday. -rScieaUfic lawjuolower griodjlDK- F. G, Lawyer:* Sbop71ll2.N. WalJMH. Mr. and Mrs.' Emeikion Uyna and SIDB, Btneraos, jr.. a « living 'ritb So'iitrVS ;L ^ J'*'" and daughter of Chas. F. ,308 south W.*h^-, kaiuMui Cjty are vl?l«^^^^ ington avenue, for a —- _ — prior to tb^lr moviog- to the > eai- dence! ibey have rented T at 2.18 South. OottoBWOod aiireet. i _ —D Mit ipias "Just Out of ^ol- !ege,"i Marcji 31, Mrs; J. S| Tamer was callcill to Lamar, Mo.j yesterday on accojni of the critical IllnesH of a nephpw. —LUier-oIl or Le.Mur Permanjent Wavliur. North Side Barber Shop, Phone 637. Mrs. Clifton Claric is spendjlng tho week iioi Top«ka with hqirh as- hand; who is manager of oa eec- trlc shop there.' She will retiin |;iheie.at tta« end of the week tnd malce prepa -atioos to move thej^ —Try. it once—yoa. will havel no other. Van Hooser's Bread. Mrs. C li. Jones of 311 iNdrth Elm street :was a guest today qf ok t^Ir W3IV to, ^ilwmSpriBCiC. - f—JBEt like Angel JVtod Cak^. Van Jloocer's Bread, 2 for 15c: Esther Hixon, a student at Junior High School, was itnable'tq be at school today on account of |Uneas. f ' • ••-!'' Wn. PeDn -|r« eeats^A^^CIopd Cl^ I Roy-Tate was co^ifihed to his |iom« today on account of illness. He is a student at Junior High. ; . {one Raade of S12 East ,. who. has. been iiL is iableto ofe<fo!ii«etaooi>a|pt4i,r.^;p ' ! G .*'a -^tiinCetfir^^^^^ I idianoj266; Res. phone 615J. .Charley. DooIitUe, a student dt Jimlor HIghl ii siifrering (with apraji&ed ankle which he ^eeivcjd While- practicdDg. in the gynihasiuni at;-dohooi Monday evening.!! I He is th»>B«D.-ot Mt. and Mrs. R. W. Doir life&Pr/df the north end en Oak pf-/df the north end -1*,= _ ^ . ,. Wa. iPieBB—& cents— A Geai dgrar F.^j; Morton and daughter.;Mrs. J. T. R«id, are. home from a busir nesii. trJp:;to Kaasjas City. —Dr. A."B. TWadell. Osteopath. New Globe Bldg. Phone 191. JoBior Carrier of 91S East ibidi- son; avenue., wbo has been Very 111 for the!past three months,! is now beginning to 8h6w some 9igna of improvement, news frienda of the ' family will glad to hear. her mother LaHarpe. —flet- tickeU Tuesday at Merchant's for Mrs. D.^ Al Jonei of 'Just Out ot'OoUege. Mrs. b; W. Williams, 303 Nbrjh Walnut strett, spent i he day mjiLa- Harpe with (her brother, C. L. Pcii- ton aod family. i • —Get i tickets Tuesday at Merj chant's for "Just Out of CoUega." . J JJ .W. Austin, who**was here ,visit- ^ingrrelativcs, was called back to .-Bartlesville on account of illness. IHisson, W..*W. Austto. of Nevada, ,-Mo., accompanied him to Bartics- ,vlUe. Mrs. W, W. Austin and .ion. iJohn F.. are- visiting their 1 parents raud, .grandparents, Mr. and Mrs^ E. Ci Skinner, south of town. . ............ • This la • Hetns Tomato Vatsnp Week I • Buy 2 bottles delivered for S.^c. • Fresh. Fruits and V^etablea • also U you like. Phone i2S2. * Mrs. R.'.B. Drummond of West Madlsbn avenue iMt yebler- riny for a visit with he^ father in aorngfleld. Ill; •' - 1 TVm. Pean— 5 cents—-A deed (Igar Mrs. Rl Hoebel.'whojwas cilled licjre by the iilness and deal i of Iher brother-ln-li>w ,1he la:^ J: mes Bartlett, left in the Qii FlTf.r . * * .. • ; Miss Amelia SdunefMt of La. -Harpe- has eiuolied at,Junior Hlgl^ School and.wiUfiaisIt the^ second 'semester here. Her parents'have ' mo^ed mm LaHarpe to South Indiana street * —Vfp'ire a mod^ foir every tyj* of ^gnre of new Spring:! models. .mSme.yfemCor^i shop. i4 jSouth Washington, i ' ; r- Mrai^iB i ;^rfl^ehrldfee; was. ^takeOvto Chanute last night [where '-^ laliej «nti|(g»di>thi« aohnson hospi- |tittl|for treatment HCT numerous -'ibiends.will earnestly hope for her >ap^y irecovier:^. / : 'Wob'PeBw£ eeatsr^ Good Cigar JljEr, and Mrs. ATL. Middlkoa and :daiighter, Jodn. spent Sunday, with . -rewUves iif Moundvllle. Mo.: —German Millet, Ideal rcbick and chickea <eed. Krupp Coal A Junk . ! Compaay.' Phone 351. !^ • J. D..Meyers of the Home Studio tnjEast Tola was oat la the coua- trjf Saturday taking ptctqres of the rural achools. . i torday for her home In New Vork ,CHy.: She rem.ilced for . a viuit with her sister and niece, Mrs. Bsiitlett and Helen. —See .-"Just Out of CoUJjge,' Thursday, Senior Hjigh, .March 31. J. C. Butcher Is til business visitor In Kansas City. He will be home toHjorrow. —Dr. Montgomery. Chlroprlctor. tola Laundry Bldg. Phone 13S. Pete Phersons on South [Kentucky sti'eet has one hundred and ninety-five haby chicks which he is raising to sell.. Wau PenB—S eeats—A (Good Cigar Mr.-and Mrs.' Terrlll Honi and son of Pittsburg visited^ In the! B. F. Gordon home Sunday. —Overman Millet, ideal chic c and,' chioken feed. Krura Coal & Judk Cqmoasy. Phoite 351. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Johnso i and vei to Mrs. Mrs. J I- I Penapnefl TTatlag Onlyt^e besi resalts tire obtained ia our PernMaeai Waving, fivliii that soft, lijistroua !i wave with ringlet ends, -j" . Guaranteed! j -All work done by a ! ! 'Oerti^ed Permaaent W»v«r Phone 168 ] Bowitr Paff Beantjr Shoppe i A Quality Shop foi> i., |i9itic «lar wtmt^p. , 3, B. Gardner, vrho cani«cte ttie, Gardner Grocery at BO?'South Ken-? Ctncky,street. Is able tf> 9e in the 'iifor»'again after an illnpas of twi •-•I •'^ ----iJattw aJw>» you some' valuer " • . 'MSfl&S ia 'tIMr »lae9 1! Light Spring Clothes aiiq SpringiQoats will freshen by; being jthopoughly ciean^ AUesen Cleaners Phone 105 B9i 308 soB. RusseU, of Bassett drd Cplony'SiUMtay to-visit with Jdbbsoa's parents, Mr. and Gre^g. Ll-See '"Just Out of Colllege." TliHrsday, Sentor High, Mar«i 31. Fred Hlili^ of Bassett returned .Vo.. home yesterday from Joplin where he visited relatives. Maloom Taylor of 810' pouth Washington avenue is recovering very nicely from~ the measles Evelyn Colby of 223 South Ghest- ntft was unable'to be at schojbl today on account of Illness. home of their motlier and grand mother, Mrs. M. S^^wliinney of 218 South Tennessee 8tr«et. "They expect to remain until after Easter. Wn. Pevn—&,'cejitih;-A Good CIgiair Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Summit! of Humboldt Kansas, spent Sunday with Mrs. Summitt's mother, Mrs. Georfie Smith of 213 South Tenn<>s- see street . I ' •. j •, .Mrs. Blva Scott and twoj ^hildr<>n. Francis'I>e and Robert Who litfve been visiting their parents ajid grandparents; Mr; an^ .Mrs.,/ Lee McVey and family, two miles of LaHarpe,: returned todijy their home in Bartlesville. i Wm. Pean-^ cents-A Good Cigar Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brown returned to Chanute today after a visit with Mr. Brown's .sister, Mrs. Cnra Snillh and family In Clin'to.n Addition. Mrs. Dorothy Boyd" returned* to Humboldt today after a visit .'with her mother, Mrs. LucylRlchprdson. Wm. Penn— 5 cents— A Good Cigar Mrs. M. K. Shannon, who his "been visiting her brother, O. O. Butterfleld' and family, four mil^s west of thfe river, returned toddy to her home in Chanute. .Mrs. D. R. Dingle of Tulsa, wip was called to-^Y'ates Center by the death of her,father, W. W.. Graham, was t^e gue^st^ between trains this morning of ^Irs. Joe McCale.ster of 915 North Jefferson avenue. Mrs! Herbert St John and son. Charles Barritt of Pawhuska, Okla., who have been visiting their grandmother. Mrs. C j K. Meader in LaHarpe, returned home on " tlie noon train today. Mrs. John Maiptin of Colony loitered St. Johns i ospital this morning where she will be a few days for ob.servation. Mrs. H. N. Baldwin, of Erie, wlA has been visiting in-, the home of her liiece, Mrs.'Earl Dodd and family, and with other relatives, returned today to her home in Erie. Mr. and Mrs. S.- E. Hale ind daughter. Pauline, left this; morning for Leavenworth, Kan.,! to sae Mr. Dale's brother, Franks Dale, wlio Is 111. Mrs. Prank Snillh accompanied them and will visit her husband while there. y - I-Mrs. C. H. McCIure. of .'iOl South Washington avenue, continues to improve and is ndw able to sit up a little while each day., Her iil- jness has' been of long duration and necessarily her convalescence is slow. Her daughter. Mrs. O. L. Thlsler, of Chapman, Kans., is he^-e for several weeks to assist in the care of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. "T. A. Joyce'return­ ed home yesterday from a visit with tiieir daughter, Mrs. Madge Lovoca and daughter, Phyllis,. In Kansas City. Mrs. Lovoca is there attending the Huff Commercial School. 4' MRS. BREWSTER Jmlgi Ign.-H-ip llarcj M to 11)1! ci ieni he>6 slu<|ii)iL lie Cb,ii)l^ andiLita t'.ve.v'iin is the Jui |{e aii^d his humbl frt-quent (lentidn at Ihe lor 'lU! Ihci F. L. B. LEATELL,: M. p. Special attention given I Is: eases of Cplon and Rectut I. . Electro-Therapy antl .Physiotherapy. | Office lola State Bank Bl^g. , Pbonea—147 and 703. * • • ^Warren lieavitt of sbl Third street, iwlvo. was .una * * North Ibte to be at school y^este^day. on ak;count of Illness; wak wle to' return to echool today. Clayton Hair of.Kansas Ci^y was iq I0I9. today on business. Merwin I ilnsoa, a [ studekt at Jamor Higki it ill at his ho4e, 517 South Oak street JThe Jim Black famHy of (ilherry Grove district; visited iSunda;' with Mr. and Mr>- Prknk Hecox l>f 50o Soath St^te street .. Paul Wright was in Chanute on business ^unday. Lyie Waggoner was a b'i ^ineBS Visitor in Columbus dver th^ week #nd. Edgar L, Johnson; of thie Rock Island, Illinois, arsenal. w«i here yesterday cbecicfng ti>e piaUls. rlr ties, field glaaae^ ''machine rifles of Troop iA. jbheokfng all'the «N|iUenftl units of the S ^veath .Corps which eeapriaes six or . iatatea.. ,.' - • I ;• lA. Mr. Johnson is iGuard Area, eight Mrs. W. O. Wilson of Salina. Kan., who has be-en visiting in thc-{ home of her son, Clyde-Wilson and family 6t 309 South Colborn street, left this afternoon for Topeka where sbe will visit before relum­ ing home. I ! Mrs. George Grover,. w^ho has been a guest of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. ,0. M. Grover, of 410 West Madison avenucj, returned to Manhattan this afterKoon. Mrs. Roy Hurley of Moran, who underwent a tonsillectomy jjpera- tlon a; St. Johns hospital yesterday, n^turned home this morning. Mr. D*. A. Bollinger of Coff !yville is the guest this week of his brother, C. O. Bollinger and family. Mr. Bollinger is driving his car through to New York City where one Ipf his daughters will graduate from Columbia University and will tben return with him. Mr. R. H; Bright, of Allenfowta, Pa., an offi<;ial of the Lehigh Portland Cemept Company, is here' looking dvel- the ibia plant of the c >mpany add was the guest of Mr. C E. Russell ot the noon-day lun- c leon of the Chamber of Commerce c^b.'~ Mr. and Mrs. HI H. White and their son Earl returned la^t night from St. Joseph, Mo., after attend-' Ing the funeral of "PeclJ White there yesterday i morning at 10 o 'clock. Cecil's two sisters from Des Moines, Iowa. were, also there In addition to a great number of the friends and ' acquaintances. ,*Mr. Wliite Bf 1^ that he was most deepr ly touch'd by the remarkal^le hum; bier of f oral tokens of sympathy which vi(ere received even though the funeral was held so far away from'hoi le. Flowers', were received from Kansas,, Iowa., Mtssonri, lili nois and Oklahoma. Word Received of Death Of Aked Mother bf I^. yV^. Brewstier The Regjster i^'ln receip^ of a telegram from .Mr. F. W. Ilrewster aunounein^ th» «ieath of his aged mother which occurred at the home of hgt son, S. C. Brewstpr iiii Pasadena, Calif:, during, the night of March 28, 1927. The Tola ifrlends oC Mr.s. Urewster have known ;of her Illness; and are not stu-pclsed .therefore to receive the i*ws ;of ' her death,' but they will be none the less grieved on that dccount. ' Mrs. Brewster was bom! Maria L. Cowan, a daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Johu M. Cowan, in Indiana, July 11, 1841. She cahje with her father's famil>' to lola in 1^60 and lii ''1864 -was married to' .Mr. |B, Bre\Y8ter who died in 187!. Mrs. Brewster and her | four children remained in lola until d few lyears ago'wheii they all removed to California, although not all at the same time, where .Mrs. Brewj.=ter remained' until the end of-ljer life. She' is survived by her t>iio sons, S. C. and F. W. Brewster ind her two" daugliters, .Mrs. .Medea Haj'es and .Miss Grace Brewster, land by five grandchildren;, three great grandchlldreu and one sister, Mrs. l^mma C. Barber. Mr.s. Brewster h.-is been ill for several years .^during the 1 »st one I'eiiig bfdri<Uleii. but tlioie v lu> vis- iffd her <;»en duf-iiig that peri«<l I'ouud IiC-r mind as alert, her spirit as cliiierfiil an<i her wit li.'i keen and Hushing as in' the days uf her prime. i j 111 ni.-iiiy ways Jlrs. Brew.sjter was a very, rinfarkablu wmiiau. Slw: came from a faniily diiitiu|;uisfi«-d f ir strong intellectuality aii|d great fjri'x- of diaracter <aiid shO exeni- I llfied in a marked degree jbutli of ijie.s'e characteristics. She was full of the spirit of loving kiu<|liess. a he'lpt'nl neighbor always to any wllj) were i|i distress, a loyal and s.vnipathetic Irieud. a wise hnd devoted mother. With few eddcalion- al or cultural advantages'in lier youth becau.se of the fact that she was born'and lived until maturity on the froriti|er, slie yet rjducated and cultivated Iierself to a! degree that made her a welcome bomber of any iiiteUeitual circle, i Duriug Jier last yeaj-s her children and grandchildren Were all either with her or witbii easy reach so that she could s<-e them frequently anil .these yean; therefore: were happy and coutiuted so that when at'last they can e td an end she passed away Like one who .wraps the of bis couch about hlnii And lies down to pleasant dreams." nn Justtcn of the peace; evaded after marrying tJ Iiojhieiat Empalme. Sono a. M ort-.\ I'ndouhtedly they Will c uiijig trial ht .Mrs; Chaplin'4 d llnajly submlfs li? eloping Char- •xij;o. Here •oine In for Ivorcc suit. •A. \, Move to New McKran&'s Cash. Orocsry has leased the formerly occupied 1>]r the Hobart-Steelo Motpr Co.. 203 ;£ outh ; Washing ton. aiid will move-' nto these new qiiarters tomorrow. I For ^-Bomber of years Mr. Fred 'J. McKenna j 1 as o^rated his grocery at 112 Sduth WashibgtoQ but is forced to move as the building' which be now ocr cuplesj is to be rebuilt by Mr. Chas. Ablesd^. the owner. . ' | . Mr. McKenna has sold practical-, ly his entire stock as he liad plaA-' ned to go out pf the grocery busi-i ness. However, he was requested by so many to! continue his grocery store that;the present.move Is being taken. The cleaniug arid remodeling of t^e new jroom Is practically completiid and a new stockt of groceries, fre^h, fruits, etc., will be moved In tomorrow. —^Telephone yohr Claa^fled Ads to 18. . ROCKLOW (Mrs. WiK buggan.) March 2C.—Mr. and Mrs. 'SVill Deeh and. family returned home .Monday from a irjp t irough the jzarks and Skiatotik. Okla. Mrs. Carl called -on Snnday> .Mrs day days, ler, n Mrs. on pajirBient paid. .... hcliie pone •^or , |>'irtriniU Josephin.^ K if HI"; ...... ... 1- <>• I tanoiMtu, Tein„ ilclur of a Wbfln Ibe ... he rlillil" was iei" porcli nioile.v of, a pilsli'r friend of llie; K fmnt was ; Miss ijei-'sy lli>ki-. of K who is Ire-re visiting lier M. Ilok the noo visit. Mr. at lluinl)oU W(nl to llii.n) train on a Iti 'i jive ind la). |ied , <he ^ ra/wrs. falh lii.I:! {f l>ii Mri. [In lola this ni^>rhin V: idrapery B. E. Wagner. Metropoll an Life insurance agent, of 508 South Walnut, street, has purcWased a new Che ^Tolet sedan from the- local dealer. Miss Vivian Barker left.tb<lay for Cilumbia, .Mo., to visit a flew days at Stephens College. [ Faulty Elimii^tion SkmM Be C<nrected-^6ood ElhnU • «u0 »onjb£sfcnlial Co Good Health. r r you would be well, see to yourdiniiiuitfan.F^tykid- Dcy action jicnnsts tone material to remain in die bfood and ' uptet the tiriwle system. Tbeni one'itf apt jto have k tired; lanyiold feeli^ and, sotnetimea, a toidc iMclmrhe or h^adadw, and oftep some irrepilarity of I aecretioas, such as scanty or burning passages. More and tnore people are acjiaiming the value oiT Doan's Pitls, a stimulant diuretic, in this coa- ditioo., For more tfaiin forty i Shears, Doan's have b ien[win- ; tung favOr the countfy over. Ask your zteighborl Ni vi Cilv ;r, r. on illi'.is of l-itors Mrs. Walter Diigg i Charley Rearricfe alirt - Cfhester and Victor Trumajn Itift Tuesday morning for Pawhuskaji Okla.. for a few days visit with tjhe former's daughter, Mrs. Alalile FSch and Mi-. Fich. Mr. and Mrs. Wilter Miller, rdrl ar.d Mrs. Perry Stelnbrook. ^r. and Mr.s. Lee Det* a id -Mr. and Henry Cadv speat last Sun. at Will Deer's ! The infant son if^jyfr. and Mrs. Frank Hawkins wj o vijis horn last Sunday morning at the Ft. Scott hospital died withjin a few hours after birth. Mrs. 'Hawkins is getting along as well as can be ex-f pected. .'./!: Mrs. \yalter Stewart aiid Russell spent Sunday night w th her par- enjs, Mr. and Mrs. Chanley Horur er.l , i ; Mrs. Inez Gibson aild Raymond and Mrs. Eliza Ku.ssell spent Friday afternoon with the former's daughter, Mrs. Walter .Dugga i andMr. Duggan. , j - Mr. and .Mrs. Uaj- Duggan an 1 Opal and Maxiiie of ^lloran spent U'ednesday with Mr. J and Mrs. Wiiltjer Duggan and Clair; ! .Mrs. Uert Wiggans and Mrs. Albert Howell spent Thbrsdayi with Mrs. Walter Stewart. ' ALWAYS DEAllTIREP? How sad! Saliow complexion, coat<.-d tongue, po&r appetite, bad breath, inm- ply skin and alw4ys tired. {VMiat's wrong? You arc poisoned. The bowels are clogged and liver inactive. Takje this famous prescription used constantly in place of calomel by men and wonjen for 20 years —Dr. Edwards* Olive Tablets. They are harmless yet \-pryefIecti VI*. A compound of xtgetable ingredients: and olive dl. They act e^ily upon the bowels, free the system of poison caused f)y faulty elim- iaaiion and tone up liveri. Be beautiful. Have roey.cheeks, clear eyes and youtliful cner^iy that make a success of life. Take Dj-. Edwards' OUve Tnbkts, nightly. Knpwj them by thdr o^ve color. 15c.30cafi(^60c. IVARdlSHeS Befivre . EFC^I^ y ill paint that house of yotuJB,' ^ > com* ; in s ink see us. Wc can »ave you tnoiicy, iii le a id trouble. It's imp^i ;ant that you get the best paint yoii can 01 ly , b (cause some paints last much loiiger than otheraL Think what that means -to you 'in JDoll^ jand 'Cental ! WiB reco mm^nd tOWE BROTHERS HIGH SI ANpARD PAINT — beautjfiil, jiurable a id economical. ^ It's the kind, of paint that^miikes painting your hou^^a profitable and lasting investment. : >t us sh >w you how to ^ the g^eat^ ;x}ssible 1J^< ; satisfaction at the letst I spenditu *. 1 iefo re yoii paint,^see its HMDWiECO. Ejjist Side J ^i ^itrc j 25<tany754Pkrs.; *. 1 ' ' ' - JI * RBALESTATBTI— + leaned Daily from -*C *- . lola Abstract 90. * *** t, • * * * • • %^!* (March 29, 1927) Allen County to B.' I^rlghairfii lots i and 5. block 4^ Upo^idataa^'- Plaoe, City, of lola, $10.86..' a? .-——'-r— • >1 Use Register Wanta; fOr —is a"^ strong bank—bef)Dre receiving its National Char-.: ter it must come up to ngid standards tHe^ Uit^j?^ States Treasury Departirtent. Frequent surprise insp^q;^^ tions assure a- maintenance of the highest bablpjigijig standards in the y/orld.. *^ * , »' *~'''?^ This Natiopally-Chartered Bank is a stroiigj bank, 2^'%^ safe bank, a goodibank for your account;. Wej cordially invite your busincjas.: - : \ '^""^ BANK lOLA . 1 KANSAS •liillllliilll!! —9 DRY GpOPS-WOMEN'S WEAR-MILllttERY^ •OLA - - - - KAMSA* Noirthmp Bldg^ formerly occupied by James Kichkrdson I0LA!S,P0PULAK STORE ' FORYOUROLDO Charity gets the old ones. Here is the way to ^ef new Coat, Dress, or Ha for your old one! Phone 1064 $1.00 Allowed for ybiii' old Hat on any neM Hat^ selected at $3.95 to $5.^. $2.00 AlloWjtedforyour old Hat orianj^ nem HatBelected at |5.50 to $12,50. [ $2.00 Allowed for your old Dress^ on an Silk Dress selected at $l2;7|5. $5.00 Ailowied for your old Press!! onr any Dress selected fbr $19,75 up. ai $2.00 Allowed for your old fbaiJi On Coat selected frpm $1,2.50 to $15.00J $doo Allowed for your old Coat j on .ai^ Coat selected from $19.75 up. NOTE-^There are no strings to thia-offer. Just;briiij any old Ck)at, Dress or Hat'that you please and we'.fvS^^ allow you the above nientioned'amounts toapp^y otf yq&| heMT purchase. ' ' •' WE WILL GIVE THB OLD, GARMENTS WELFARE ASSOCIA-nON FOR 'CHARITABE^l TttimmON. ' \, • ' •' - ;l

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