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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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PAGE SIX Th^ chapel at junior high yes- r ierday ihornint: was conducted by . DBvera], of the junior college stu- l^ta. Thpy gave sketches from' lie play; "Just Out of College," rhleh the Junior college is, putting m at sbiilor high nudltorluii) to- Ugttt. : V —JuKf • rccfJvcd a large f<hit>nient k hiving and IJining lluom SuiUiH. i. W. Bfi:k Furnlturo Co. MrH. Anna Ilog «r8 WHH ui^lled to ;banul(> Tuesday by. nii accident 0 her Hon-in-Iaw. Kl P. Knuciift. : The parlJrulari* of flie accident fr J(iav» not fjpcn roi'lved here. —nr. .Montgomery, Chiropractor. \{ ^la I .4 »mdry Bldg. Plipne 138. Mr: atid Mri. S. A. j Howard of : (15 Nortji SycamoTo .strpet have re- teivcd a loiter from lihelr grand- ton, Vernon Howard, saying that le had joined the navy and was stationed at Sail Diegd, Calif. He I xpet'ts- ilo Icav6 on a trip around t le world in abdut two months {ind ^11 be, gone a year. —See our window di.splay of spe- ialpri<-ed .Mattresses, A. W. Beck Flnrnitun- Co. i Geo. .M. nej-noldsahi! R. H. Fcth- erlin \vcnt to Tulsa. Okla.. yesterday on business. They expect to bje gone all week. '.Mrs. Lcc 'Vete'to is confined to hjer home. 412^ South State street, on account of illness.. —Sec our Cabinet Can Range on 6ilf at PT-nd. A. \V. Beck Furni- t ire Co. Mrs. A. V. Martin of S East Buc lanan .slroet i.s reported- ill. » Reuben i Hill, who has been ill, as able to return to school: ycs- f( rday. He is a aludent at jhnior Kh. : , —For Rent: Store room. In- niiire at Tire Repair Shop, 116 East ckson. Mr. and .Mrs. ,Ioliu Burns, accom- pi.nied by Mr. andMr.s. J. W. Lamay, drovp lo Carnett yesterday d spent the day with friends. Mrs. S. Lorance of 6lrt Soi^lh irkcyo street, who has been in Mildred for tlie past few months wth .Mr. Lornnce, who Works at tl e cenifnl idant there, has returnee home. Fr.eah'"!] your Kaster'Togn iniw by -.Dyclns.* Abltn'Mm ('lnin«r!i Phono lO.'i Mrk W. C .,^Vallis and son. Fawn Wallis and "Red" Groff drove lo Ida this morning! from Sapulpa, 0 ilahoma for a few days visit with 3ftrs. C. F. nugan. Fawn and "Red" attended the lola junior college di ring •the' first semester and took «H ite ail active part in the atli- lelics. ' KIJfiKNE I 'eriHaneiif >Vtiving |f)nly the best results are ob- aincd in our Permanent Waving, giving that soft, lustrous wave! with ringlet ends. Guaranteed! All work done by a Certified Permanent Waver Phone 168 Powder Puff Beauly .SHoppe ; A Quality Shop for. • particular women toy. E. Gwin. county agent. Hi rry Griffin. .lohn Wilson and Ca i Conger motored to Indejiend- en ;e today to ' look over cattle. Several 4-H club members are plinhing to purchase cattle, and, Gv In la making tlie trip to aid in se ecting suitable cattle. !-Fiiod and Api-on Sale Saturday rnltig at Brlghiim's lU\w.' Store. |1M Cakholic ladles of ,St. .John's Altar [Tom llarkelti wiio received In Ju 'ie:i in a,fall IrojA a ladder while re novlng the old paint from hln hfuae. 2ni .South Fourth street, prsparatork- to repiiinling it. Is re- pcrte.d Ian gefling , along as woll as could ht- expected. The fall rc- Buiteil III two broken ribs and two to'n loone from the spinal column. -LfKtcr-nil or Mur Permanent W ivlnp. North Side Barber Shop. Pqone 6.17. jast ni^bt was "Horvifle 4-H • Clflb night" at the Kelley theatre, understand which remark yoil bp requested to remember at the Jaiiuary corn show i^ . Mr, VadHyning, manager, of .„ Kelle.v. bought two bushels d.£ prize corn, paying for the first bo shel $15 and for the second |l6. H I then offered this corn as a fir le to'the 4-H or other farmflr- gapfaatfon which would bring in grektegt number of people on oae night in a Jijfe party to thei Kelley theatre, the' $15 bushel to JO to the winning club and the in ' busliel ' to the second best. thi Carlyle Hom» Makers Club wfc the first to try for the prize, brl iging in a fine party some weiks -ago. . Last Tuesday night •ib»toUi-H CV^p brought In a aalr y. and Jast night the HorvHle p(ub liiied up to see the show. TM ttoe HnUt placed won the cdnjert l» tii}-ti>5(Brrow. antf If. 1^ , Ashc^ Lane of TopcKa spent Wednei^y .with E. L. Lechlen of 802 Soutli street. I MerrlH Dice,: a •student of Junior High school, was unable to be at school WcdnvifdHy on account of illness. BeiinUfj' Yuur Lawn. —coumo you will want one of those benutiful reinforced concrete flower urns on ^otir lawn or In front of your placciof buslncMK this summer. Sc*) W. A.'Woodrtiff and order, one now-HO tiwlll be ready when you want It. '^clcphonc 821. Jack Herring anil son, Charles, of Salem district ipcnt last evening with Mrs. Herring, who is ill at the hoine of her sister, Mrs J. 0. Mtyers at 714 ifouth Washlkig- ton avenue. Mr.' and Mrs' Edg ^r F. Him of Pittsburg. Kansas were business visitorsr in lols today. FurnHqre Spi ^elals. —Let us show yon |some VaJiies in Living Room. Diniiig Room and Bcclrtoni Suites. Hennlnger's Fur- initurc Store. i ' Gidn C. Bremer of Cedar Rapids, iowa; bame last night for an indefinite visit wlUi his uncle, F. W. Bremer and family. . Tlie, Dr. G. S. Lambeth family movd&' today from the bungalow near St. John's hospital to the residence at 303 South Washington avenue. —We've a model for ^very type of figure of new Spring ihodels. Hattio Wells Corset Shop, 14| SOUth Washington. ^ Mr. and Mrs. C.,A. CUft return-f ;ed this morning from Kansas City wherp ther attended funeral services yesterday for Mr. Clift'i brother.'Herbert CHft, who vrai killed ia- Chicago . Saturday whU^ saving a fellow employe froni death beneath a train In the Wisconsin steel mills there. —'Scientific lawnmower grinding. F. a. Lawyer's Shep, 112 N. Walnut. Mrs. Bdntt Holley of south ol lowB visitecjl her tmcle aiidv'aunc, Mr.'and Mr<i. Harve'Parker of'dT7 .North Fourth street. .A (is8 |Eva llurl(<y, who underwent an .operation at St. Johns hospital; ten days ago for aiipen- illcitis, was. able to be taken tb the hotpe of her pare|its, Mr. and Mrs. John Hurley In Mornn today. lAIjss Hurley- teaches Ih thi> schools at jKansas' City. [ Cnrd of Tluinli<i. -^;We .wish to th^nk our;friends iiid neighbors^for the jhelp. sym- [paChy and klirdness, also for, the beautiful, floral offerings during |our recent bereavement.—Mr. anfl .Mrs. H. H. White and family. Miss' Ruth Reynolds of Garnett Was operated upon this morning kt-St. Johns hospital for.aii- i>eridicitis: : I liichari Lewis of Welda enter- i.»d.the St. Johns hospital this^ nio)-ning for treatment and a pos-| ibJe operation. "I —Just like i Angel Food Cake. Van Hoozer's Bread," 2 for 15c. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kirk started this morning-in their car to Berea.-Ohio. to take to her home in'that, city the mother of , Mr. Kijk who has been spending the winter here. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk" Tire lOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 31.1927. expect to -be gone weeks. about two S., fc C. Cteb Meets Members of the 'S. & C. Club met ^onday afliccnoon witb Mrs.:John 1 'ox in her iiome on South ' First Street. ' ^ i i Roll call responses were cjuota- tlions from thiiibar. Mrs. Lovo; gave J readipg "It's! Wonderful To Have { Mother." The dXternoon was spetjt i a Brt 'and needlework. A delicious lihf:heon was servyd to the follow- iig members. Mfs. John Bass, a/lta. P.'^. Love, JMrs. J. W. Gor- OB, Mrs.' S. H. Handley. Mrs. J/ ^apin, -Mrs. E. I Smith, Mrs. L. Smith, Mrs. 11. Cooper, Mrs. H. Blatid, Mrs. 1,,. Newman, .Mrs. C. Pulley, and the boatcss. Mrfi. J. JTox. .\ . A. L. Brown iit Wichita WHS U IjuHlncss visitor in lolu today. —For Fuller BruHhes pho, 102iJ. 1^. E. Coy, 421 S. Walnut. lola' Kiis. Mrs. W. C. Cnmpbcll of West Cal- iJoun street Is spending the week eWd in LaHarpe on bbsincs^. Lloyd Ix )ng of Bnsselt is ill of the measles and unable to attend sfchool.! ' , . Evelyn Davis of Bnsscft was. un- alile to attend school on account of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alexander Bassett have moved to their f ^rm south of lola. Mrs. B. T. Barber went to Cha- nbte on, the noon train to vl.sll h >r daui^hter, Mrs. Louis Breckih- r dge.! Who Is at the Johnson 'hos- tal there for treatment. Mrs. Letitia Bascom.^who has bfeen visiting her nieces, Mrs. How- ifon Fra .ser and Mrs. R. H. Coblentz. returned this afternoon to pr home In D,uenweg. Missouri. Mrs. C. R. Old of Chanute. who hks been visiting in Yates Center, pissed through here today en- r ^tife home. I Mrs. Maude Mansker. who has been visiting her p .Trenls, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Matteson of 20 Camp- Mil, returned today to her home Inl BlackwelL-Okla. , f Mrs. Minnie Wiklund of Humboldt was a business visitor in lola t^^s ] morning between trains. fTHILLY^" CHl^NESP^ SPEAK t [—Telephone your Classified Ada Mrs. Ballon lleigelo. Mrs. Jim Kinser. Mrs. Tom Goes. Mrs. A. Z. droves, Mrs. O. M. Kerr. Mr«. Waller Swinford. Mrs. A. /,. Mont- giomery,' Mrs. Jim McKarnin. Mrs. H'ly Huss, Mrs. Corbett Thompson, M s. C. B. Newman, Mrs. Walter SiiltU and Mrs. Waller Mandllij wrnt to Chanute on the noon trail) (bjiay to attend the Reliekah scliooj dfl instruction this afternoon anr eypnlnp nt the chanute Lodp.-. "rmpossible to do without ' the Old Home jl^aper in this land of sunshine, and' flowers-^and a- few tiuakes no^- and then to Vary the mdnotohy." j writes Mrs. Ida jM. Robinson, fronii 1!17? Estrclla avenue, Los Angeles, sending a cl^eck (!o renew her.subscription. K. L. B. LKAVELL, % Q. T* will thlt lo & ttii tli^ . aii pot] known or- anjr I comjieM * Special attention given! Dhi- .* eases of Colon and Rectum. * Electro-Therapy and • ' Physiotherapy. . , • '• Office lola Sfftte B*nk Bldg. • • PhoucB—147 and 705. * •• F<. .Scott Trlligrw: "What kind of chlcl ens docs your mothe'r kee}!," a, stranger asked of a little fellp.w oh .an Allen county farm. He reiHIed:. "The kind . that scratch."! i • MVs. Hdna Holley of south o^ town visited her uncle and aunt. Mr. and" Mrs. Harve Parker of 317 North Fourth street. —Try it once—you will have no other. Van Hoozer's Bread. • ' M^s. J. -C. Coffield of 308 Eas^ Lincoln street went to Chanute yest^rjJay to visit Mi's. Bell^ Rhodes. , —hlu. Cox. M. v.. Specialist, Eye,'Ear, Nose aiid Throat. " W'IF .. Alterman of 703 .North Sycamore street Is improving his |hom ^J by the addition of a nev^ buBgiilbw p.orch. —lir. A. B. Twadell. Osteopath. New Globe, Bldg. Phone 191. Mr: and Mrs." Paul Reed of 217. {South' Oak street returned yester- [y from a business trilp to Pitts- litmrg.. ^ • i|rtiuioa.of 413 Houtb, hn» iMJon 'quIto III Twenty In Vault And i ' ?28,(M)0 Cone in te.xas I'amiiii. Tc.\.. .Mrir. i.VIM- Thrre will (lroSK>-'!|. uiim.;:;k <Ml rob bcis (iilcn-d tlio , First' .Valioual P.aiiK her.- sliortiy: before iiihrni" to il.l.v. ii'isuv.'ly g :(llii'ii-il up i?L','\,«OI after lotfking twciii.v or ikjoic cii.s loinuri; am! ••mr)ii!y <'.i :ii a; vault, ami.f.s< iiiH -ii a i in.si .il auionio- bil.>. . . 1 .Vci -Diiliin; to P. I.. Vii k- r.-i. i ash iiT. w!i<) wa-; !i)iki''| in ih' vault a };cr<'\v drivrr was ii.-rij i.ii pr) |jip«'ii llu- !'-< k aiiil fr <M- Jill- jiiitiriK- om'i! ' ti;.li>iin.MS ajii! 'iiipioyi's. Thi' tiirt'i' h:u."!ils hail ili-.n.-i p: iioN. A fourtii. iii.iit u .ii '.i 'd iMit: Ii;r ; at tlii' jiuioliiobil". I .Many Kirl.s an' o .vijiiim »> tlic .v uiakf oiii. laii till nijin- arc not lyiil.- -M) ii.unj; us'tli":l- iiiaki- !il>. : : 'The cause! of Chinese .Vatioiialism found expression ii) a big pjii|;i(l< of Orientals ttiiough the streets of Philadelphia the other day." are a few of the banners the paraders. carried. Scores of I'hiiacU-li Chinese iMirticipatcd. Simultaneously, a new expeditionary forci' .Marines was being arganized in the "City of llrotliei'iy Lovo" for (j'l ese service. Mb. Gulletrs Items William Hackney has sure been a huisy man latel.v, shellinK and shipping corn, four, and five wagons coming in with doubel sideboard's and women'and children driving.—with the remark, you can't get help on the farm any more. • We remember when boys wcr glad to get work on. the farm doing chores for thcar liouril, and $1.00 ii day wlieii working J.nd sorn years l5o cents a. day—in haying time. I aak C laude Stewart, he knowsi Mrs.! Charley Parker entertained Koin of her children a Friday in honor of lier son Charley and fani- ly who arc'on their way to California. Mr. Porter's children took d(\wn with : the meanles. so that spoiled the visit, although Charley and wife went on leaving tliear litHc girl with Grand .Ma P.arker." Mrs. John Walton and mother attended Ihe W. C. T. V. meeting at .Mrs. Jury a- Friday nfteriioon. One of our neigliiiors sent us word our name was in the KanMas City Star. We wondercil what we h .-jd 1 )enii cu8 <;d <if. then we wer toMld it was our items from the loia RegisteiV Tliey, wer not "copy-right" .so we did not say anything if C. F. doMt. One of the new oil. wells in the Seminole field was drilled in la .st week and produced 1.10 hnrr^H in 24 hours. Som class lo that and they wi -r iirepalrrd tio they did not waste any of the oil. A thoii .-iaiid niPii workini;': Jiiiuh ."lO rents. Mrs. Arnold, the niiree. has goii to Eldorado to <are for a patient. Mrs. .MeOiiinii; on South .Main has jUilded a ifeii'c to her bonte J: 111! Garvf y lias rented tb caul lot on- South Washi own'd by .Mlfa Ycssiini aiid eat ireeu .s and garden sass c own this siini.in'-r. Wlien lie in tl e store cr at the ball Rati will and be in the garileu witii J ttlie .Missus. .Mr. Heu'lersoii was pJiperiuk lii-i —For prompt results ujao the Classified Columns. ELITE i homi- a Weduesriay. Mrs. C. Parker attended tliel r erall of .Mrs. James Williaii; (ioU^'U Valley .Mid .said, reii.irtlj of the bad road;- they wir a VroW'I. She had many frieiKis. II Well., if t':'.i-y wer more liAi^ :e^< tliey could he oeiipycd. soni \:\~-A<: famleys are liviii;: in siii;ill lidiikes. .Mrs. Holder will luion bi at 1 home. sb>r li:iK been earing fo • blinii man during liie eoald \v cr and sbi" nill turn her case lo another panic as slje ha-j home to care for and li.T .ua Soni are wonileriiig .liow Clevenger i;; sta-iding tin- lios^ii Sorry to hear .\tr. and .Mrs. ter'H children li .ive tb «i iii"asle; at -the close of SC I KMI I when want to get Ihear grade eanl does Feeni like -om <if tlii-; tr could be avoidcvl if they won more careful. ENDICOTTVJOffiNSQN | , World's I^i^gest Shoe Makers Friday and Saturday Special Ue'ri;. proud of llic><f .Spring ^ Shoen for children, as well i|^ Ihe ^Hting >i Ihcic prices ere- nte_ lor yon. $1J98™$3.48 We'\e built Info each pafr the iinality and sty\e needed: for dress and i>Iay. BILES' FAMILY SHOE STORE When a girl ea ;=t .s her Iireai on the wjiters. .sin- i -.\peel:< come back in the shape of :wei cake. If ji Miiali boy refuses a piece of lalie. if.s a y .'tnii there':; soiiii'tbiiji; wroUK with |li or the cake. "Onyx Pointex Hosiery" Company DRY GOODS-WOMEN'S WEAR-MILLINERY, •OLA - KANSAS j • Nortknip Bldg^ formerly occupied by James Richardson lOLA'S POPULAR STORE — NEW— "IIuniminK Bird Hosiery" m Coats; Dresses and Hats FOR YOUR OLD ONES Charity gets the old ones! SATURDAY THE " LAST DAY of thi.s uni<|ue ofTer. Many'Have brought in old garments, and applied them on the price of a hew one. ' ' • . • Here is the way tq get a new Co^t,, Dress, or Hat for yoiir oM one. 50 New Coats aiid 50 New Hats Arrived , Today for Your Selection $liOO Allowed for your old Hat on any new Hat ^elected at $3.95 to $5.00. $2.00 Allowed for your old Hat on any new Hat selected at $5.50 to $12.^. $2.00 Allowed for your old Dress on any Silk Dress selected at $12.75. $5.00 Allowed for your old Dress on any Dr6ss selected for $19.75 up. $2.00 Allo|wed for your old, Coajt on any I Coat fleeted from $12.50 to ^15.00. / $5.00 Allowed for your old Coajt on any Coat selected from $19.751 up. NOTE—^There are no strings to thiii offer. Just bring any old Coat, Dress or Hat that you please and we will allow you the above mentioned amounts to apply on your' new purchase. i .' , • ' \ WE WILL GIVE THE OLD (GARMENTS TO THE WELFARE ASSOCIATION FOR I CHARITABLE DISTRI3VTI0N. SENKKMR' 4: A/ SUN 11 THU 17 first Week A i'Dung American Benedict ip Paris — hilarity rampant! S^ond Week Merriment griws wilder—a (duel—police — jail — lost in khe briny deep—?.'—Ill I ThirdWeek Home again — in^t ^g- nito—just as his b; ide is about to bea rhe ,the bride of anotlierl "Three Weeks m Fait" witli ' MATT MOORE aijj DOROTHY DEVORE is brilliant comedy wh Fife- in mirth holda sapr^dne away —thB kind of entei- tninment that ka »pi ]]rou young «nd haory. Don't fat! to tee "TKree Weeks in Paris" pa ClASSlCfc^^fCjRflN ~~—" T 1 Ikii xMexander in "S :olly of j (he Sirouls"—Sennett Comedy "I'eachfs and Plunjbers ; VAUDEVILLE Last Times Toniiht THK WHITE KUHNS Direct from the OrpKeum Circuit. -I—People—\. Combosers and Singers of TheiilOwn Songs (/ CiWM Early/ Buy Your Easter Hat 'Now il NEWEST SPRING MILLINERY A Remarkable Offcrinjf of Snappy Styles and Colors—The Newest Creatioiis at Right Price Vl:>CAS—HAIR-SATINS—FKI.TS--^11 LANS —i:i-:LT/N(.;s—coMi:L\'AT/(hVs' ('ninrs — IHmk, Stnitl, Rnm . lilnr, (Jnliid, ' ; Cnpni, Nmuj, ['aafrl.-^. " CHILDREN'S JiASTKR HATS ^t*-g A A Many styles and colors «. Jl^X , xO' o. Wc nirti avd Operate Our bui/incf poiren means 50 Storci:: 1 SavihfjH ii> ijou ]• 118 East Madison A New Hoosier The Working Center You Netd. No more niiiiiinf? around wat-.ting energy with this genuine HOO^- lEIl in the kitchen. It .saves you mile^, of .'ittps! Beautifully built and duralily finished, tlrir. model is ; completely p'luipped. All.the latest labor .'<:iviiig devices! Eight Dollars dowTi and the rest in easy payments. Terms A. R. Sleeper FiffniturelCo. ISJ

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