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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 4, 1927. PAGE THREl '.t T M, Cortn^r ha* gono trt Ohl,«*• to •ticnil H miliool of In- •triPtlon for money Muirarylitorit «f fa« dlfftreiji Life Ihinraiice Con piiniM In tho Unltwt Htnteit :., *»»l!h ii )>^lnR held at th|. Kdw-- rl. '^•iHr BUch holeJ In. ChlctiKo tlilH iU'lilckcn Dinner O. O. F. Hall ^prll S. 1927—.inc. . -Mrs. E.^X. Weekly of Chllllcothe. Uls >ourt\ who baml been VlBltlng ber pafentn, Mr. dnd. Mm. CI F. ;Mo( re of 603 South' Jefferson ave- :nue for two weeks, returned home yesierday. Penn— & cenlH— A Good Cigar >Ir8. A. C. Wagnerand son. Jith- tay, -who have been visiting in the F. jl. Wagner'home at 619 North WaihlBgton avenue! and with •their .SiBttr and aunt. Mrs. G. H. Smitli on Soiith. Third street, hive return ed^ home. -^OT Rpntr Store room. In- qulr s at Tire Repair Shop. i}6 East Jackson. > M i. and Mrs. C. E. JCnolps and fami y motored to Joplih. Mo., yes- ^^rdi y and spent the day. W lliam Schleicher began work this morning - for the Marr Auto Supi ily Co. as a salesman for the »ill«ik. • i — .. - . • Special Dinner Baptist Temple Election Day, 3.=;c. MU» Ireno Maddox of .IIS South Third atrcet w«nl 14 Kort Scolt Krlduy whrro al|it> attaudod ''a Nai- urene ybuHR pcoplo'M'rully. I ' Braullf/' Yoari Lawn. ~Of course you will wiint one of those .benulfful reinforced concrete rioweil urnii oii your lawn or iln front 6f your place of huMlneaH Ihia summer. See W. A. Woodruff and order one no^w so It will' be ready when you iwunt It. Telephonei Siil. MlBiMlrlam Howell of -109 Soiith Buckeye street spent Sunday wlUi her 1 ousin, (lerald .Marver, In the country west of lola. Vita. Fentivfi cenii(—A Good Cigar Charles Marsh, of the Ba.sket Store., left,yesterday for San Juan. Texas, to Jolu bis wife in a visit with A. K gone two weeks. Mrs. .Marsh will return with. him. h ber 1 parenti, Mr. and Mrs. K. VanNorstra'nd. i He will be il ss Liiciie Oise of Coffeyrille, who viRlted over the week; the- hopie of Mr. and Mr.s. Burney Miller of 321'/4 -North Jefferson ave lUe, returned home Sunday. TTn-'Penn— 0 cents—A Good Ctgar rs. Jane .Crisp returned to her home in Kansas City after^.A visit of I wo months in'the home oj,^ her daiighter, .Mrs. George Haney. 219 Notlh Second street. , Bti I le*8 at .Seienfh Day Advenllfif i'hurrh.. --Elder G. B. Youngberg. returned misaibnary. from the Island of iumotra. Dutch East Indies, will pr» avh at the Seventh Day Ad- vet list Cburih at 8 o'clock this -evtnlng. jTlre public is cordially Invllted to attend. rs. Neil Anderson and son, 011- ber Lee. of Wichita, are visiting In he home of jMr. Anderson's parent I. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Affdersoh of pl9 North Washington avenue. LEVEE BREAK ^^^^^^S^^^^^^^^^ "^^^ -I-O. L. Cox, M. D.. Specialist, Ear, Nose and. Throat. Ey Ulrs? Julia Lemlng. Who %pent the wii ter here with her daughter. Mr 1. C. K; Henry and family of 411 So^th J Chestnut street,, left Satur- for her home 4n Troy, Ind. MILA HAYES lEE OptoitielrLst tyes examined Glasses f tte<l • Phone 1.58 fori appointme it Office former Frantz location ' . E:a8t Side Square th« th« the • • • • • • • • • » Linvllle returned on the noon Ir; in Sunday from Freeport, 111., Wliere she has been visiting tor the pest two months. TfU. Penn—5 cen<s— A Good CJgar Urs. Chas. P. Scott started this mi rning to Nesblt, Miss., and from th re will gd to other points in the Bane state and to a number 'of piqces ij}. Alabama. She is making trip as the . representative of National Board of Missions of Presbyterian church and ex- pe( ts to be gone for about a month. --Jnst like Angel Fodd Cake. Va I Hoozer's Bread, 2 foif 15c. lR3 Golda Jacobson of Fort here visiting i^th^ her cousin. Miss Esther Hixbn'faf north of lola. ^ : • -Dr. Montgomery, Chiropractor, lo a Laundry BIdg. Phone l .ts! Cvelyn Colby of 223 South Chestnut street, who has been confined .to her liome on account of illness, wejs able to return to school today. in. Penn— 5 cents—A Good Cigar —See "Deacon Dubbs" at Carlyle, Tuesday, April 5, Gas City, Wednesday, April 6. ' Mr.'and; Mrs. Clarence Loganjof Richmond^ Msited Mrs^ Logan's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. S. P. Upton-of r>21,.Vorth Jefferson avenue Sunday. -^Scientific lownmower grinding. F. ti. LAwyer'S: Shop, 112 .V. Walnut. Mr., and Mrs. George of 521 North Sycamore street went to Hi^mboldt yesterday to visit relatives. • • i > » • _ • nrnkiPenn—5 cent«-^A Good Cigar Mr. And Mra. Patrick Heffern and-Arthur Dalton visited with -Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fursman nortli; of .Moran Sunday. —Try It once—you will have no other., Van Hoozer's Bread. . ~— Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hines spent Sunday at the home of '.Mr. and Mr><. J. Larson of Moran. .Mr. and Mrs. Chester Trubey of Chanutc spent yesterday with .Mr. and.Mrs. Clarence Hoglund of r2Z South Kentucky street. —Dr. A. B. Twadell, Osteopath. New Globe Bldg. Phone 191. Vena Hand, the 7-yenr-old daughter of Mrs. L. Beaslcy, Is very ill at her borne, 320 -.North Third. The Misses Katie and Anna Orth from Chanute were callers on Zeta Scafe Sunday. -^For Fuller Brushes pjio. 1024J. C. E. Coy, 421 S. Walnut. lola, Kas. . • i Mr. anfl" Mrs.. olar^ne?e Hogland of 423 gouth Kentucky street spent Sunday with Mrs. H.ogland's parents. Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. Trubey of Gas City. | Wm. Penn—S cenLi-A Good Cigar Mr', and Mrs. C. Rodgers of 430 South Kentucky .went to Chanute Sunday to visit Hugo Larsons aud family. ^ I Chicken Dinner , I. O. O. F. Hail . AprilT., 1927—350. , air. and Mrs. Adam Jeck and family of .301 .South Third street arc moving to a farm near ^Vl•.st- phalia 'today. . i —Home Beautiful Porch Boxes, $2..".0 am! $3.00, fllU'd $n.0o up. lola Greenhouse. Mr and Mrij. Oscar Kunkleman and family spent the day yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. palmer and "tamily at Gas. Mrs. l?almer is a daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs. Kunleman.- Vtn. Penn—5 centn-A Good Cigar /Miss Gladys Rogers and her cousin, Mrs. Harmon Sutton and children of 510 North Third .street spent Saturday night and Sunday at the I R. L. Rogers hotne south of Moran. ^Ir. Sutton Joined them there Sunday for the day. •Hert level from , . _ , . hOm^s. Tlie flood waters ire even menacing this camp. At the extreme right an arrow points to| with is the first picture of the widespread destruction and suffering caused by a break:in the .Mississippi near Laconia, Ark. ;Large areas were inundated by thfe flood waters and thousands weie driven their homes. This picture shbw.i a refugeefcamp near Laconin. tents being used as t^mporary pie water up lo the foof. 'trilllani T. Slont Dead. William Thomas Stout, a^ed S2 years, passed away at lii.s home in LuHarpe Saturday afternoon at clock. Tilie funeral, service ws held at (he Christian church in Moran this afternoon at 2:.30 o'clock) with the Rev. .Mr. Plummer of LiHar|»e officiating. • Burii^l was mad • lb the .Moran'cemetery.' ', Death 01 .Mrs. «; M. >ash Mrs. D. -M. .Nash, sister of .Mrs. Clem Fisk of 410 We^t -street, died at her home in Kai^sas City, .Mo. ing this town.shii> the past mont.h. Saturday evening. 1'he body, ac- coiu!i«inied by .Mr. aiiil .Mrs., Fisk, wh.d were calltd thejre by her ill- lifisk, wa.s iirought to lola on the 5:5:| Santa Fe yesterday afternoon. Thto funeral service Will be held at the Sleeper. Service Room tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the. Rev. C: L Coldsmlth officiating. Burial will take place in the lola cemetery. BAYARD r.Mrs. Floyd McCormick) A\fr\\ 2.—Late again; with Bayrd item.s! Our phones have .been liiird to hfar over. We hope to gw. items more nearly from all [lis community this week. Mrs. I. Decker and Louise have rt^turned frtim Kansas City where they spent .. three weeks. ^Irs. liecker is fefeiing better since taking treatment'^from a'specialist, I. Decker has been busy access- .Mr.s. .Millard Heath from west work in sowing about MaV 1.' Mr. Gwin put j on a very irieresting picture sl^ow of chicken raising, and also a cattle ranch picture showing how beef is pr iduced. The hard rains .Wednesday nigljt aud Thursday had thes • upp<fr fork.4 of the Osage boo ning| for a few hours. Several hid to detour to miss the come* ajt, the fiipt of the hill west o' Bayaifd where the- cr:eek over flpwed for .several hours; ,Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kinchelol-, and daughter .Naomi Jeanne of Arof' .Mildred spent Wednesday aft- kansas City are spendii^g. a,' few ernoon of last week with Mrs. Mc- y?.!'^'Iv .1' parent.s. .Mr. and .M^s. M. I;l. Iraco Mewhinney^ of 218 South Tennessee street was able to re- tu n to school today after a severe 111 less. ' —Thi Diploma Examinations for rural Schools will be held .April 16 «rd April.23, 1927. at lola. Hum- bi Idt. Carlyje, Moran, .Mildred. Elsta )re and Savonburg. Fee, $1.00.—• F oretoce H. Round, Co. Supt. of Pitblic. Instruction. Mr. and "Mrs: Pat Smith of 412 "S< nth Ohio street, visited Mr. S i lith's brother, Charles Smitb at Ci neyj Kans., yesterday. - • F. L. B. LEATEWi, M. P. ro 1 Special attention given Diseases of Colon and Rectum. Electro-Therapy and Physiotherapy. Office Tola State Bank Bldg. .'Phones—147 and 705. ilrs: L. Bruce of 110 West Mon> street returned hoine Saturday the • Sunflower Special from cbita where she waa vlaltlng ber ^enU, Ur. and Atra. Lev fiaxUr. —Home Beautiful Baskets, prices, lola Greenhouse. all • Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Simmons drove from Ottawa Saturday! .Mrs. Slnimoiis remained here for a \-is- It with her sisters. .Mrs. T. E. O'Flaherty while Mr. Simmons went to Fredonia on business. Chicken Dinner ' - I. O. O. F. Hall 1 April .-|,1927f-35c.- Ray Wilhelm of Oarnelt' canie yesterday to vi^it ibis wife at 30!> North Elm street.; Mr. and Mrs. S. Symnies of Pittsburg visited yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hflldehrant of 924 North Washington (avenue. % Wm. Penn—5 cenf.s— A Good C^ar Mr. and Mrs. George Hoffman of Chanute visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dille of .'507 .North Jefferson avenue yesterday. Mrs. M. I^, Brown of 305 North Washingto;i .avenue entered St. Johns hospital last evening for an operation this morning. ;Mrs. T. H, Long of Kansas City was in Ipla today on business. Wm. Penn—& c ^ritii— A Good Cigar Mrs. Gordon King and Mrs. Minnie White drove to Nevada, Mis> souri yesterday and visited relatives, and friends. Jfarrls Fegeley, a afudent at Junior .taigh, wag unable to be nt Acbool today' on: accotint of ilt- ill Roy Tate, a student at Junior lilgii, returned to .sriioi.l loda.v after an lllncs.s of .-ieveral da.vs. . Miss .Manella Williams \{-ent to Chiinute toilav to vi.sll her sixter, .Mrs. .Mildred'\Va*hington. | Mrs. A. S. .McDonald and daughter, Anna Uetli, returned lo Bar- tleavllle, Okla. after; a visit with their mother and- grandinotber, Mr."^. A. Laaaier. C. B. Youngberg. a returned mis- sioi ary from liuri^ia,; will speak at the Adventlst church in Lallarpe Tuisday evening, April 5 at 7:30 o'dpck. AJl are Invited. flaxter D. Mc<:iaiii of Citi* was a busine.s.s vig lola today. Fred Schopp/of Parson? lolli Saturday on business. Tho Quarterly meeting gid Friday evening. April |>, at the Kr^-e .Methodist church o Kaiisas tor was in kiill bell North Third street, aud will cont nue ov­ er'Su/ida.v. The Hevt.Mij Parks, district elder, will have charge of the service.s. Plan to attend. ^ i The y/)Ung .son of the Rev. J. Carrier, who has been quite ill, is reported iniprovii g nicely. He was able to go for a ar ride yesierday aft'ernoon. 0 I ' ' Ilueben Hisoy uinl Marvin Hisey and .Mr. and .Mr.s.Otis Steeley of west <if town visited their sister, .Mif.s Hamey Parker and .Mr. Parker of :{17., .North yesterday. • Fourth sirt-et Julius Calkins of Chanute vi.sif- ed! friends iji lola Sunday evening. John'Moody and family motored S hii(1:iv and vliiited to rel Chanuie lltives. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klein left Saturday for Hutchinson On a conbined pleasui-e and trii. j.jiit! Mrs. Clarence Norton of .Moran visiting in the home of her ghler. .Mrs. F. (i. Apt. CMl E. adway. , Mst Like T, R, Cormack while Jlr. Heath was working at their farm where Buyer's live. Mrs. C. Trimble spent Thursday afternoon of last week with .Mrs. Joe Brown In Mildred. liilbert and Wayne Gillham have recovered from the measles, but little Wayne has been having bronchial trouble since and has been quite sick but is Unproving pow. .Mrs. De'nnis Isaac has been speniling considerable time lately with her mother, Mrs. Anna Hardy who has not been feeling, well. Frank Isaac and fanilly expected to surprise their relatives here when they returned .from California but found them away from home. They called at J. W. Dickenson's and have since taken their | furniture from .storage at Dickenson's to Mildred where they are now living. » —R««ad about • big Auction Sale I'sed Fo/d Cars on Want AA paj;e. .McCarthy Motor Co. , The students of the Falrmount school southeast of Kincaid. came j„ I Frfday afternoon of last week to play basket ball with the Center Valley boys. Our boys have never had an organized basket ball team, so received the short end of the score. G. L. Donaldson and family took Alma. Boyer to Cniontown, Sun- da.v, where: she Jjas work. Walter Strong and wife. Eula and Jimmie Sir<>ng spent Sunday at Mc<-ormack's 3n honor of Ixiren .McCortnack's eleiventh birthday. L. C. Caldwell and Wife drove to Pleasantoh Sunday afternoon after receiving word of the i death of Robert Tolliver. .Mr. Tolliver was the" Missouri Pacific agent at Lone Elm nearly forty years ago and the friendship between the families is of that many years duration. Mrs. Tolliver is a sister of .Mrs. Clia^. Sinclair of Mildred. Chaunce Trin^ble and family visited Sunday at; the parental Forrester home at; Gas. T. G. Web- b,er and, wife, who. have been in pklahoma w^'re also visiting her parents, J. Bi Forrester and wife. Merlya "Trinible has decided not to re-enter Mildred High .school! this term as he is taking a course of treathientfj from Dr. Crew of lola for bronchial trouble. He is much better. I>. M. Girbey and fanily visited Sunday at the parlental McDonald home in Lone Elm. , Frank Isaac and family spent Tuesday at Dennis Isaacs. Mrs. Floyd. McCormack called on Mrs. N. O. Brown in lolki Monday afternoon. A number of Osage township citizens were attending court a£ lola this week, as witne-sses or listeners to two cases growing out of differences here. The first was the state against Tinsley,for killing a cat ^belonging to ^frs. I>ake, and resulted in a hung Jury. The Jones-Donlca auto accident case was later tried but results are not known now. Center Valley school had school Saturday of last week and again today to make up two days miss,ed. MildredrDunlap visited schocii last week. I '.Roy Gwin; Allen county farrii aijent. met the junior cinh offl-| cers and ^leaders Tuesday evening in tk short business meeting. It was voted to call this club the Osage Junior 4-H club. Harold Dozier is president. Mildred Dunlap is vice president, Velma Gillham" is secretary and Martin Decker Is" reporter. Six of the boys are feeding calves In the beef, club work and some will have pigs or chickens. The girls .will begin on the first years outlined oe s Fleisher. 322 South Clies Mr. and. Mr.s. J. F. Swonger Jr. 415 South Walnut'spent the week end with Mrs. Sv^onger'i mother, .Mrs. Edna Woods in - G irnett. | The records show a to! stolen bases In he tvl- leagues last seasoi. alniust equally divided between tiie .Najional atid American clniiitH.. Lee Noftzger 1* business. a bouse unt. a I of 12-J2 major EAHARPEAND \ ITS CITIZENS Fonrnil of Mr. WHll«» Thomiia MIout to be Held Nondar Aft rmoon.~l-H Cfab Jiti Matnrdiir. IMro. Opal .Milclioll) April 4.—.Mr. >\Vlllfam Tbomai Stout, aged 82 y^ra.i passed awfiy Saturday evening at 8 o'clock after a lingering nines*. The funeral services will be [held .Monday aftiftnoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Christian church in Moran with t^e Rev. J. .M. Plummer pastor of tjie l^Harpe ChrUtlan church officiating and burial will be in the iA/a- ran.cemeteryi The members of the LaHarpe 4- H club met Saturdayj afternoon at the home of .Mrs. Henderson .M;it- Ch 'ell to ^receive the'imaterial (or instruction In' the ^ork for tjie year. Mrs. Florence Syveriid county agent and Miss Joaeobine Welth community leader Were present. The next meeting will be held next Satiirday forenoon wljth Misses Thelma and Alarjory • Peck at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hicks.. I i—Read aboiit big Auction Saile Used Ford Ca'rs .on Want Ad pake. .McCarthy .Motor Co. M Mrs. A. R. Montgomery's quite successful in hatching baby, chicks. She hai» ovr a thousand eggs iej- ting and will have quo luvu ^a 'lu; to hatch on Monday and a couple Of others, through'the week. [ Miss Opal FulkersOn is having the chicken pox. j Charlie Lines, who fell arid bruised and tore some ligaments loose in^his ankle, is able to lie down town on crutches. Rev. and Mrs. J. .M. Plummer and daughter Ruby spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Chase. [ • Mr. and Mrs. Archie Montgoi^- ery have moved from lola to the Henr.v .Meyers home here and el- ery one is glad to have them batik in this communit.v. Mr. .Montgoifa- ery works for £he Texaco coih- pany in lola. .Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bedenbendf?r went to Humboldt yesterday to see their new nephew, .Maribu .Manion, Jr. the infant son of .Mr. adn Mrs. Marion Manion. Mrs. Manion was formerly .Miss Tot Osborne and is a sister of .Mrs. Bedenbender. f in Wichita on The Rev. J. W. Gordon of ^t. Joseph, .Mo. airrived on the notin train today and is lir at his home. Ill .North Chestnut street, threatened with nn'attack of ptomaine poisoning. I mulntlnir her illnstrlous fa> t ler-Iu-taw. • .Mrv. Theodore iiooseielt. Jr., wife of the for. , njer a !>Hisfant secretary of the iivy, has dlKtingnlKhed herself politics. lfnnp|M »ed. she won ' r firtt elective office, that of i tie«.snrer of. her home toWii. .<B»e i.Xeek.- Long Island. H hirenlt thought much abont a IMUcy," Khe uld as the twehe iDteK were counted. "Yao »ee; • rarjr imU MfBir." Partial Msl of Claims Pi^ld In 1)0?, DMrlct During February and .March. Arthur L. Stonaker, lotnll— 0. S. Howurd '. Clyde .MInson Wm. X. (iray L; >. Copeland .Mrs. Ida Hrouks - Ki»l»ert Cuilisun Albert .M. Tompkins e; 0. Miller ...... Fred Judy Vwlght Patterson . ('has. Womack, {'.V. Robertson Dalton John .suH Oren Long Herbert Bleilns .-. Jim Hurt — (•us Brown Frank Phillips Elmer Judy Axel I>. Jones James Anderson — Dena Palmer Allen .Monroe Art Wynatt Joe Billiard -•John Billiard : Chris. II. Konsicfc Richard I,. Jackson Ii. L. .Searles J. E. Stutevllle ,Iohn B. Clovls ... Henry T. Brown . 134S — 66,65 ... 46i6.> 12i00 ... I4i00 21.15 ) is;oo 32150 i-jw 44130 16^1)0 18175 24.46 28i50 aiXiO lOJM 24J0 13J0 .104 0 .... i;6J5 - 5.75 . 114A'i - sal) - 244H» . 32.85 . 6.50 20^ R. Crniiipler ..l.::—I— 124Jt J. 0. Thompson j— 54.S» Billlc Hnrlock 1— Wm. T. Clonlnite i— Elmer T. Phllllp.s i— 7-»0 Floyd M. Chapman i-— Reece Logan -J — Thomas Price P. .M. Love . W. A. TtndrtI U— William R. Lewis 's ..:^..iV.. -27, Is .-.-lJ- 10, RHEUMATISM —While In France with the American Army I obtained a French prescription for the treatment of RtLcumatisni and Neoritla. I have jstven thU to thousands with wonderfal results. The prescrip- ,„ ^ a ut. tion.coat me nothing. I ask noth-1 H. u. nmna Ing for it. J will mail it it yon will send me yoitr addreaa. A postal will bring it. Write today.-* Paal CoMk Vitpt; C -USe, BrMktoa, Cliff Bailey , Sudle C. Needham Lo4i Hereford Robert If. <>liphant John H. Smith Clarence MlHer — BIaz Bogatory 0. T. Barnura Loyd (J. Baker Joe Hurlock Amadeo P. CIttI — Hiram Ambrose --- Cbirence A. Barnes •Frank B. .MInerd — Harold A. Olson ... Kvnn R. Williams ... Bert C. Johnson Rnsseli A. Elliott —- WaMer W. Holler ... Alberto Pomerolll . John M. Trippe John H. Bedene E^ert Xnrray liobert Creamer Alhert ». Yonng — Wm. Lowry ^— Henry Marchrtfl ——:1- LecOxender _i ——L- James D. MfcGnire -4-_i- Fraak O. FhlUlp A--- Rnsseil Boo re 1—4- Ed. 3f. Hnrrlson — ...j Floyd Beth CUnie M. Wheeler ..1.-4 Arthur Houghton Fraak Gerenc 14". i lis ...i— la — 1 ... 25 j I» „_ 23XiB — \254)q :;::'5^ ... i-.w V*f»> 17J0 ... ... 8 ».6a ... 50« JOjOOi ... 130J10 ... 246J» 6X331 M.15 SIMM) 8.;fi IMS sssjm 14«J« W. C. Lrdea, ^-t Walter SaUh CliiK Ronslrk Roy U Kenedy ........ JIjBWT h D«Tis :.. fituB ISM Herbert 'A. Brown Howard O. Barnes Roy L. Wolener Geo. L. Ford CtarenceE..Trotter Wpi. Heryford Charles DIckerson Roy UBrummett Francis Shorten Wm. Marlatt Franklin T. Jackson Joe .McCabe : Wm. Donblebower Hazel E. Volghl ... (Itto 4- Frills = John I». Blodgett Roy E. Cook, .- •.Meivin A. Bavls Leslie 0. Funk Joe R. Rlnifhart Angnstns Yonng James F. Boyd Willis Goings Ethelhert T. Shields James A. Hannegan : Hugh Phillips -.Frank Yerhnm ' Grace tilllasple E. H. Manbeck W^m. C. Tomlirtson Alliert Bronllltard Leo Wilson . John Kelley' Chas. Swlgiirt Chas. Fritts ... 4. I. Allea- Loyd .MctJoKan Chas. B. Campbell B. J. Barthohiw ....— Clarence PIcht ..— Wlllard Doollttle Leo Thompson <;ny Herbert Beasley .... •Wm. Montee —— Allen B. Basham L. 0. Funk ... ....... Mrs. Margaret Gebhardt Rosroe Harris Wm. Gla.sgow Thomas Duncan —.. Ben Swigart Alliert Johnson . Theodore .Mooberry W. l\ LyJen Frank Kee L.L...... •Jesse Yonng Wm. Lampton . Herman States .... Bert Titus —. . .Mike Fontana Frank StnmfoH ...^ . J. E. Stewart ... Harold Stunley .. Minnie Roy Thomas Burke Ellsa Boufcher Joseph Saia, Jr. . Marlon Talbott .. Sam Hudson J. C. Atchison Frank E. .Myers .. W. H. WeUlngto|i . Ernest Edmond .. Wm .?IIan .....L I— Xora Henry —I L.. lAuU Goodall .! 1- Will Johnson _L J.­ Frank Mafm —r.— Gea. Guy^m „i—...4-. EthylTlmmx .. Ted; Hondyshell iL. Roy!: Kennedy' -. Wm. Gaaun .i-i ... John THemps^n Geo. Bkhey John Beied liMN) 5 j OO 30J)O 20J)0 iort.oo 144.25 »)JI0 3J0 25.7 75Ja 224,50 16JM> 32.86 16.65 16.45 124)0 37J>0 .<«JIO 37 .14 lfi4N» OJtO 1H.65 15.80 2S.70 40X5 25JM) I6JI0 18.65 :i3.33 KOO S5J)0 23SJ)0 12.85 90JH> 135.65 SOA% 20J)O 34MO 6J)0 5J» 15J)0 7-50 2^ 4.(10 37-12 7.50 54)0 4«J)0 13133 4150 20100 94.28 .. 23JB _. 24JI0 _. 21.33 ......... I20J)0 14X5 21.25 .. JW3 12«J)0 38.57 ._ 25J)0 2fJ)0 .. 6«X5 .. IMS .. 28 J)0 12X0 6X6 .. 3040 .. 180X0 . 18X5 5043 . 37X2 . 3X3 .. 20X0 - 15^1 - 8L00 - 17L50 47X0 Total .1.. ..17.211^ . ALBERT: C. BB-iS.XIM , DIatrlet Acr«t ! (O tw PWUMT Won,) . yW^ StolSboflbeils pama ^ Payer aecd tr^tmcpt conw la itMo fonnacBAYgROUar for Put treatment and USPULUN for Soak treatment. Most; growets prefer the J>aat treatment because it ia quicker and •avea tiie traubfeaf dfyioK tbeaeedt Both are eqnaOy.efiectiVe. j' Increases Your Profits BAVER DUST or USPULUN p«y their small cost manjr times over cause they: ' Pezmit caiUer planting. ; nevent ^ decay. Increase gexminatloa* : Pieyent seedling BBglit;, coot-atui 'stalkfa^ Rrdocetfaesmoontofdown-corn. Increase die-yield. And Jx log j^ic sir It pcufUs. TKGRBASB your cora profits X tills teasoa by growing mare cam firom less acreage. ( A new seed cocn'txeatment has made big iocreeses in yield possible. Tins omezing fzcatment prevents seedling b&gbt. root rot and other diseases thtt literally steal the tcsolts of your baid work in hot fields. . Three yean of practical use have demonstrated the value of this treatment* Agriciiltnral.Workcia. seed com groareis. and farmers tfaroogboot the Con Belt have, in comparative tests, obtained increases fax yidd of from 5 tolSlNHhels.! ^ Makes Poor Seed Qoody ^fhts ^^^^^^^^^^ msures g^^^^*.^^^ uw. and sturdy growth never before possi- bte from poor seed. Even selected seed is benefited by the treatment because of the protectian it is given bgainst the injunoos and costly attacks of •oil-infesting diseases. Tested hy.U.S.IJfpt. ofAgric Extensive tests t>y.the U. Sl Department of Agiiculdiie show that the BAYER DUST treia«ment of nearly disease>Gree Dent com gave an increase of 8.5 bushels per acre; ofDip- lodia infected seed. 1S.8 bushels; and ofGibberella infected seed. 28.9 buib- ' t3a.Phytopathok>^, January, CostsbutaFewCentsperAcre • You need no special equipment for this new seed treatment. No tiresome or lengthy procedure is involved. Tvia bushels of seed can be treated in less than three minutes. And the cost is less than Sc per 'acre. One podnd of either treats six bushels of seed com B^Tcr Duin 4 ox. 5 <)c; 1 lb. $1.75; 5 H m. $8.00. Utpubrn: 2 ei. SOet 1 III. «Z .7S| 5 Ow. AlsloO 2t.. . ^ oNrrowtaoooni Prove thevalneolthistretttmcnt to your oani satisfisction before' the planting {season. "Today, get a SOc tin ofl BAYER DUST or USPULUNj from your, dealer. Select SO kemds of com at random from your se«id com. Treat 25 seeds and plant them & • dgar box^or flower pot. Plant 35 tmtreated'seeds in a tjni ^le^ cciir tiiner. Then watch than grow. Th& Tomulta wilt amajM you. Dust/Rwtment Soak^Treatment Big Task To fuel and lubricate the miUions of motor vehicles of the Middle West is the:, big task undertaken by this conipany. An increase in two years of more than a million motor vehicles indicates that: this : is a task of rapidly growihg proportions, j a solution of wliich requires foresight and i adjustability. The tptal number of cars and trujlks ; registered in the ten states iof the Middle i West; served by the. Standard Oil Coin- : pany (Indiana), was 5,508,570 in 1924 and ; 6,729,749 in 1926. | . ! This means that within two years the . number of motor vehicles in the Middle West increased by 1,221,179. Finding crude petroleum and converting it into fuel and lubricants for more than j six and one-halFmillion ihotor vehicles is ' only a part of the work pf the Standard Oil Company (Indiana). [rhe Standard Oil Company (Indiana) not only produces petroleum= products of superior quality, but it distributes them to ev^ry corner of the teiritory it serves. On all the highways thaj: weave an intricate pattern over the ten great Middle Western States, the service stations of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) are found supplying vfuei and oil to the cars and trucks that F>ass." Nor does the service of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) stop with its own service stations. ^ , Thousands o^ garages, privately owned filling stations ^and curb' pumps, selling Standard Oil Company (Indiana) prod- licts dot the landscape of the Middle West. The coinpany's own trucks and-tank wagons carry its gasoline, lubricating oil and kerosene to the motorist and to the farmer —even to the tractor in the field when required. Employees of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) are anxious to be helpful. •They iare enthusiastic about their work. They do every job as if it were the only one they ha^ to do. They take a personal: pride in maintaining the reputation of the company of which they are a part. 29,573 men and women working with this spirit perform a task which is of fun- ^ damental importance in the lives of thirty million people in the Middle West. Standard Oil Company 1 ifntliana) jGciwralOffice; Standard OflBnildlBg 910 Sonth MIchigdn Avenne, €liicag»,IiL ' • •, • 1; 1 1 45741 Yod ft Honselror Rent? Or tor Sa3»1 Want to bm

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