Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on April 5, 1927 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 5, 1927
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£jMr. and Mrs. Bud Whit^ and ^ces. fivefyn and Inez Goditrd of »16 South Colljorn street spent Sunday with friendk in Hui^boldt. —Dr. G. S. Lan beth. Surgeon. Office phpne 256; I^es. phone 615J. toy Tate, a utu lent at Junior HIghi was able tot rpturn to acbooj yestwday after an . —Just Jilie Angj "^an H!oozer's Bread, Merris Dice. jWhrt 'sent from schbol r was able to return terday. He is a stiiident High. —See "Deacon Dubbs" at Carlyle, Tnewiay. AprH 5, Gas City, "Wednesday, 'April e. illness. 1 Food Cake. 2 for 15c. I .has been ab- ((5r three days, \o Hchoof yes- at Junior Mrs. W. F. Senelier ter. Naucy jHelon, Sunday frojn a two In Marion and GlDo and daugh- jreturnod home weeks visit rado, Kansas. —Sciciiti/ic lawntjiowo'r F. G. LaWyer's Shop, . I^e K. L/asatcr Okla. has r«ftur|ied eliort business visit —Try it once—ycju will have no Bread. other. Van Hoozor'd Miss Dorothy' Soutl^ First strek end with her niq'Ui jrf^Jeliza in liaHarpe. ; * Before f] grinding. 112 N. Walnut. !>f Bartlesvine. home after la here. Jfleiiza of 4 IS. fcpont llip week ^r. Mrs. Mae E. ***•»•*• It's time to garmci^ts Cleaned and qend tlipsc to be Pressed; Phone tjleaners 105 Miss .Marjorio ( bpcn vlHitlng fVllf* turnpfl to her lifMi| M6n<lay. Mr. and Mrs. "VV. P. Jtafler of 223 North Fourth street annouBce tl^e .-arrival of an eleven pound dhughiter, born Monday .; April ffJurth. I —Dr. A,"-B, Twadell/ Osteopath. XQV) Globe Bldg. Phone 191. Mr.:and Mrs. C. E. Thomas and daugfafter, iShirley Ann. of' 526 North; First strebt. visited relatives in Garnett, Kansas over the Week end. • Floyd and Everett Lovclin. of Virgil,-Kan., visited Sunday at the home of,Mr. and Mrs. Bpb Lovelin at 810 Soujlh street. Josephine and Dorothy Black o^ 505 South State street, spent the week end with Mrs. F. Gregg, north of lola. f MILA HAYEK LEE Oploimelrist E.veS examined | Glasses fitted , I'ljone 158 for appointment • Optical Parlors 3 .\. Jeff. • • • » • •*^» •••••••• Ifarfald Page, the five year old Sim of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pagfe of 519; East Lincoln street, who hrfs bpen ill with the measles, is well again, —K6r Fuller Brushes pho. 1024J. C. E. eoy,~421S. Walnut, lola, Kas. Edna Marie Thomas, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thomiis of^21 I3ast Lincoln street is recovering nicely from au ill^ ness \Htli tonsilitis. —Homo Beautiful Porch Boxes ?2.50 anc! $:{.pO, filled ?5.00 up. lold Gnccnhouse. i - . i • \ — I . George M, Reynolds and U. H Feiherlln drove to Virgil aud ViiRi-{ ilton,'Kansas on business yesterday. I- : _ - —Hf.: .\lont(;omcry. Chiropractor.' L. Cox, .M. D., Specialist, Eye, lEarl Nose aiid Throat • Cliffprd Coblcntz, a,student at Washington school, is very ill at his home, CIT South Washington avcnu^. . 1 . Mrs.. Daisy Edwards, of the Edward)! Millinery, arrived home last night from market, where she renewed her stock of niilUncry with the newest patterns in Easter huts. Ambrose- Smithy the eleven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Smith, ;of Piqua,, had a mastoid oijcration this ^(^ning at St. Johns hospital^ I ' Mrs. Iva Kalm of Savonburg ha^ entered St. Johns hospital, wbe^e she will under observation for several, days. . ibson, who i has (is In . lola,' re- near iCIsniorc j'rtiood of Ainer- >' — Modi-rn Hrotl'i U'u lodge will mc>(. iit K I*, hall, WodiioHday eveiilne, April (i, al 8 \tlll follow. In- o'tlock. A diincn vlli! your frloiids. I/OUlHf Lochio KIri'o.t was un»bl< j'PHlcrduy on acco She Is a Hlii(l(!nt ij —luil rcl irn« wirh a bi>aiiMl|iil II: of iCHslor Hals, dollglitfully rcfri'n iliig. gorgfoiis In <-«jlors and ii'ii' to llic milTuto -in BiylcK. $2.98 (0 ^l.-IO; aliio chll- of 802 Soulh to g<t lo school nt of Illness, t ^JunioriHigh. i from market's hats, all all ages. l':dward colors, !in<|j .Millinery. ' Mr. and Mrs, Di- Ncodcslia. Kan., ai^ of a daughter, Sh jfrnarch 30. Mrs. . rioulli of the oity, end with thenii .fall Bro»Jn Taxi fir Kelleji for Bus S| Phone for ^»n V. NUbolK. of nouncc the birth rloy Done, horn .Ijesse Nichols, of .spent the week Jinlrl •bcdulii 410 lola I^iundry Mrs; Flored Bldg. Phone 13S. ce Whitlow of Morari passed through hei-o today enrouta to .Sullmun. Okla., to visit her son; L. F. Whilloiv and family. —Tlie Diploma i-:xHn)inallojiis for niral ^choolH will be held Ajirll 16 iind April 23, 1927, al loliiOllum- boldt, Caillyle. Moriin, MIldriMl. Els- niore .and Havoiibtirg. Fee, $1.00.— Floreit <!e II. Koiiud. Co. .Snpt. of Public InstriiciloM. Mr. and Mrs. (). L. .Skclton of \Vi<'liiln, Who have been guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Kliiicr HeynoIdH and family- of 917 Houtli Washington aytmno, left for Chi-rryvalc, Kfins.,{ tills afternoun. K.! I-. II. LEAVKM, 31. I)j . S|)iiclal attention given Dis• cases of ("olon and Kdctumi • ' ' Electro-Therapy and • Thyslotherapy.f • Oftii-c lola State Bank Bldg. • 'Phones—147 and 705. Mrs. H. S. Lk- of .Neosho Falls and ilrs. Pcrmj-lta lleeder of Xio- ta/.e, 'Kan., mother and grand^noth- iT ot Ralph H. Lee. are visiting iij the home. 10 North Walnut St Mrs. B.' Crowley who has bee4 staying 'with her daughter. Mrs J. Robinson, of jI..aHarpc. has comd to live with another'daugliter. Mrs! Betty.Lilly of 2t»7 .North Third St. CaRNS Eadspaikatioice jninute after you pads the pain bom is healed it '•Zino' JVb waiting—oae apply Dr. SchoU'i ii gone. After the never com^ back, tate the tpat agaio, it ovemight. Old conu, or uiiog c4iutic dangeroiu.- Dr.Sclwll'* Zlno'P«4i an »(«, •ml UP lie, protective, haclMc MUM el fariM—rubbi •hon .Ai •UdruKgUt' CQU but • tfint. If neWj«hoe «irri- , a Zino-pad iizet njethodi of parine acid*, are lb, am Tliey ttop tlx IS and' preuifnc of band (hot dcalir'i. JitSofiottb las Put one on—tl\$Tpaln u gontt When S^ifig ^Breezes Mow! Arr<]MieadHosiery ^ SHOUtD BE SHOWN $1 .15 V PAIR EXTR^ ALL $1.50 IX»JG ! SILK Valu^ RKDHARIBON'S —Home'Beautiful! Baskets, prices. lola Greenhouse. ' all Mr. and, Mrs. Del Murray and daughter. Mary Catherine and Miss Nina Cornish of Burlington visited yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Menzie, 806 South Washington avenue. • * » * • yr.W BIS SKHVKE FOU lOLA A jitney bus lind from lola to East lola and return will lie started tomorrow morning. Kunle—SW corner Square, east on Madison to Jqfferson,, north to East street, east to Kentucky, south to .Madison, west to SW corner Souarc. Time —Leave S^in<re 6:45 a. m. and every" So minutes thereafter until lb:.»,o p. rfi. Leave Kentucky .stj-eet 6:.")0 a. ni. and every .io minutes thereafter until 10:35. Fare—Ten (Cents. IlKOWX TAXI J-I>E King Ferdinand Is r Much Weaker Today VIeana, Apr. i. (AP)—A dls. patrh tff Korro^t from Bark- .arest-says: "Klnir Ferdinand has not been able to take , nanrlshment since > yettterdar. He U {declared to be mnch weaker.' did thd marvel -of nisbing the hpuse, tut not a onej has been discovered yet who di not agree enthusiastically that Home as a wbol^ i completeness and bcjauty and con-! It it dlffl-j Iverything just' hjiuse once, ant^ the-trip tw«i sure and noli Bucharest, Rumania. April 5. (A P)—(Noon) Little Qhauge was noted this morning in the condition of King Ferdiand, who has been suffering from influenza. . He spent a quiet night, and slept welL venient arrangemen cult to "take to" going through the hundreds have mad< or three times to*b(| miss anything. The Home Beautliful is opJen td the public from tv o (o six ami from sevipn to. nine p. m. every day' this week. Everybo ly is niost dially Invited to in!pe(-t iti Those who co-ojierated building and furnis Home Beautiful are ARCHITECTS liin^s the fo Washburn & Sthokey. Bucharest dispatches last night Indicated that the kings condition was less favorable than that • of the previ|)us day. He was racked" by a persistent cough, the congestion of the lungs had increased and his temperature had risen appreciable. Mrs. Sam Blor m, of S15 S< tilh Wjishlngion avenue, was callf;d to Springfield. Mo., by the death of la nephew. If yon hAvt^n't voicil in the city election today there may silll be tiiiK!. The polls do not close until seven o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. V. Gray fiiovcd today from North Third street to 315 •North Fourth street. Rev. E. .N. MontKomery. i>f th<! I'nited Brethren chiircJi. Is Koing to Fort Scott tomorrow to b.«'lp the local pastor there in a series of pro-Easter meetings. A <llstrict nieeting of the members (if the Free and Accepted .Masons in this vicinity is being held in the hall of lola lA)dge .No. 3.S in lola thi.s afternoon and evening, pinner will'bo served at 6:30 and )0th afternoon and evening meet- ngs will be devoted strictly to the business of tlje order. Funeral of Mrs. D; M. >"ash The funeral services for .Mrs. D. .M. Nash, sister of .Mrs; Clem Fi8k, of :410 West street, this city, was hejd at the Sleeper Service Room this afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by the Rev. C. I. Goldsmith, pastor of the First Methodist church. Burial took place in the lola cemetery. Mrs. Nash passe.d away at her home in Kansas City. Missouri Friday morning. The body waii accompanied to lola by her husband and little dilnghter. and .sisters, .Mrs. Eva Springstion, Mrs. Emma Burrls and Mr. aiid Mrs. Clem FIsk. The funeral party a^•rived here on the 5:ji3 Siinday evening. Tho Dalai I.Hima, or rul^r of Tibet, IKI!< Imposed -a tax based WIRI.NG AM) FIXTURKS- Joneij Electrical Works. DWARE- GENERAL CO.NTRAt^TOR-j-. John A. Griffith BRKL'K A.VD CO.NCltETE— Roy: Perkins. PLASTERLNG— C. A. FIske. PALNTl.NG— Clalr Lincoln. BUILDLNG .MATER AI^— Northrup Lumb< r Company. PLUMBING AND FIXTURES— Ipla Plumbing ( ompany. FIX1 rilral HEATl.NG A.ND HAlj T.B. Shannon. WALL PAPER— Cook's.* PAINTS AND V4RNISHES— Rowden's. ' ' FURNITURE- A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. SILVERWARE—j Leffler Jewelry Co. RADIO— j Arbuckle's Gan ge. , LANDSCAPl.NG— The' lola TOILET ARTICLES— Fry'.s. BRUNSWICK , J. V. Roberts M"«'<- Uo. .ME.N'S CLOTHI.NC Globf Clothing GROCERIES- Krver Bros. FRIOIDAIRE L. S. Bustard. SHOES Shield's Shoe Sjore. BOOKS— cor •in the^ of th^ lowing: ,The Er^ns Store. ARf FURNISHINGS—; A. E. Gibson. . DRAPERIES AND LL\ENS-4 - J. C. Penney Co. LAUNDERING— lola Latiiidry. STAR AUTOMOBIUE-I B. T. Barber. GASOLINE— Peerless ,011 & Refining Co. DRY CLEA.\ING— Ableson Cleaners. LADIES'. READY-TO-WBAIH Richardson's. ' CO.VFECTIONERY— ^ Sifers Confectionery. !The Home Beautiful R .L. Thompson Agency; by Security Building & Loah cialion and is for sale through Rfeuther. ' " Is insured by financed Asso- jQhh Free Aluminum Dessert MoU« Suitlite-*J^11 The New Geiatme DeMert , Compare 'Snnllfe-Jel! with any jtelatlne desiert yoa ever tasted] Note the delirious aroma of fresh ripe fmit when b< iling water is added, the pleasing colors, the satisfying sweetness, the agreeable tart- Bess, the firm, yet tender consistency. Then Judge for yourself which Is, best. Your grocer has .Sunllte or can get It. Five Pure Fruit flavor* —Lemon, Orange, Cherry, Raspberry. Strawberry; alio Mint Writ* (or N«w niastrat «l Motdio r«r and learn Iww IUM SMlds aro fanils |i«|d FrM. PIcaaa ba am ts try thanaw aiM Mpnlar Mint flavor. obtalnaWa onTy In Snnllla. Ifa rreati. and th» fraah mint l*ar flavor la almply dellelooa. Tha-lataat aaaaatlon for a tabia dae- oratloB. t7aa It for maklnc eombloa- ' tton or vasatabla aalada. aa a «amtab. or for cold mckta and roaata In placa of mint aaoF*. • ' , Sonlit* DMsmt Cc WMikMlia.Wia .1 SAVE YODR FRUIT! In order to do so, hjow- ever, you miist'SPRAY now; and repeatedly <3ur- • ipe the next few weeks. iLPPLE—Arsenate Lead, Fungi-Bordo, [Dry Lime-Sulfur. I ' CHERRY—Arse n {it e !, Lead, Nicotine sulfate, Dry LimeJSul- ^ fur. PEACH—Arsenate Ijead, Dry Ljme-Sulfur. PLUM—Arsenate Lead, Dry Lime-Sulfur. PEAR^Arsenate Liead. We have a large stock.oh hand. Prices^ right. Let us give jyou 'further iiji- formatioh about all Kinds of fruit and shrubs.j THE EVANS \ STORE 'OLA - - - - KAMSaS Northrup BIdir.,'formerly occnpied bjr James Rkhardson lOLA'S POPULAR STOkE SPECIAL SHOWING OF^ i Busterall^ and A special showing"^ of children's Overall Play ^uits. --Full leng:th —li'ast colors Sizes 2 to 6 years. $1 .25 SEE THEM IN OUR SOtJTH WINDOW, SENEKER'S i- £>uco is so easy to brush on! I. V::.; iu; MNATtON-Wtbe iNsmunoN' SOUTH SIDE SQU *'where savings dre greatest'' iVRE ' lOLA, KANSAS With Extra Pants One of Our Featore Values for youbg Men, Bought EspedallTior the Anniversary, With Two Eain grousers, at 7 two and three, hnttoiif Semi-EngiUh models, in ail- wool canimeres with fanqr silk stripes and herringbone weaves; attractive Ught or medium shades of grey. Dep«ndaUs Fibrks. WeUO-ailofwL SvpaMy Styled. Qiiaiity All Throa^ ; ^ Novelty Stripes. New Spring Greys. Two Pairs Troosets. ' i . ' -'. • . 'We have gone tbe limit to produce this .unexampled yahie for ' our Twenty-Fifth Anniversary —one of our big Feature Special Purchases {or Young Men, complete with the Extra Pair, at t24J5, r j We dre also showing a large selectibn of Meii's staple Salts, of all wool Worsteds and Sei-ges with 2 Pairs of Pants at Jl: .'I

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