Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 10, 1912 · Page 4
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llie lluia Daily Itcgister TiM tela Ocllj; Record ^nd'th* IMa Dally THE BEeiSTEB PCBLIS^G CO. CHA3. P.. SCOTT. Pres. and Bdltor P. W. BR:BWSTKB........-..M(um««r Advertising Rates Made Known on Application. Official Paper City of tola. Official Paper City of Bauatt. Official Paper of Allen County. - ) SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By Carrier In Iota, Qa* City, Uanyon- vllle, Concrete, UaHarpe and Bauett: One Week 10 enta One Month 44 mnin One Yearl J6.00 BY MAIL: One Tear, Inside ounty S2.00 One Year, outside county 13.00 Society Reporter IS Job and Bindery Dept 141 uov«>!, -T!!" Ky.'s of Iho. World." rcnilv rnr irK-r-wbllahera by jlh« lirat of ticxT Jnnunrv. A Drat edition '6t qqe miUton coiiie^ is confidently anhdno(> ed tor the lirst cf August ne^ ijear. \V4i7n the author's publisher w^s his iRuest in Ti««con last ^winter he Entered at the lola Postofflce aa Second- wasisjipposed to [be Mr. Wrighfs chauf Claas Matter. _i fear. It came about in this .way: Mr. Ropolds purchased tJiere a new automobile^ and. not having sufficient I mocey with him, the price of the ma- jciiirie was paid with Mr. Wright's checItoB-a local bank. Mr. Reynolds was driving on the first tfip out when th« machine toolc a good hard skid, and the next morning the Tuscon papers told all about how Mr. Wright's llf«.> was saved, only by the presence of mind and careful driving of his ex-, pprt chauffeur. Mr. Reynolds later took the machine to California and TBI c0MnME<;' ho will make no effort to, identify BuslSfeiia^ Off Ice 7..'. irfiUniself in Tuscon if -Mr. Wr/ght will sqiiarf himself wiUi the tax collector who has! now iisked the author to pay the; personal taxes. Mr. Wjlght is often asked which of his boo)<s hn likes best and he has been heard to say, "1 must toll you a Elory of my friend Gilbert Mnnger. A woman admiring Mr. Munger's pictures ;^8kcd him which h<! liked best. The artist s:i!d: "Madam, you have Jlveichildrrn Will you ti-ll me which one >ou like best?'" .Vvold .Sedative Tough Medicines. If you wantj to contribute directly to the ocnirrence of capillary hron- chitis and pneiimonia use cough medicines that contain oodlne*. morphine heroin and other sedatives .when you 'lavo a cousU or cold. .\n exyector- ant like CliuniliorlHln's Cough Reuied> Is wlial Is needed. That cleans out "ln" rulturi' I'fils or breeding place for tlie jjenn.'* of pneuiiionin and othe: ::rrin dl>e:i»<'s. "That Is why pneumonia uovur results fcoai a told when I 'hnmliorlain's CuiiKh Keuioily Is used It has a world \vlili> reputation for iti I 'uns It •^'iintiiins no luiirplilne • o) .)tliir .^oiJatlvc. For sale liy all i!eulers JiHIX W.4>.lll.VKKirS .IFPK.ll,. llAltULI» JlELIi WKIfiUT. Has I'snai >rrres .\f(er^ Finliibinc "Their YpslerdayH." . Harold Bell Wright, he of ••best si-l- lers." wiUi a sale of over Il.OOO.OOO books to ills credit, is reported as fully recovered from the illness brought cn. by ncrv-ii '.j «;>haustIon followint^ the com|)lettoi> of his last book, "Their" Yesterdays" When Mr. Wrlph' nnlshod "Th.-Ir Y«aferdays'\ whilt- a KU<st at lliOiiy Heights, the California liome of lils imbiisher, In- hluiwed no signs of ''is eustouiury break-down that has oonii' after .the completion of each biHik. But he liud no niur<> than JolCA-d his fami'y in tli"lr suinnur e .nmp in the S»ii Hern:irdiu<i mountains, near ttcd- laiids, wlu>u tin* si-rvices of a phvsl- iian w«re «••,•(),.(1 The n.-xf font Wi >.ks doctor and nurse joined forces Willi nature's out-of-doors for a rcsio- ratiou of overworkcil vitality. The r.'iwn Hiat Mr. ttriplit has lu- berculur tronbU- is not true Soun- years'ago in- suffcrt-d a SfVi -rt' :i',i;>ci; of uufunionia una from it li<- lias never fully rccoVfTci!. Hu! while h- is never rugged ;iiid itrong, his g>!iir;il health i's very t -oml. Me is uill, sli -n- diT ami wei|.'lis ahcnt t-0 poui'ds. Mr Wrielil is rmw in Tu<;-nii, Ann.. where lie has a coinfortajik- pl:tc<' he calls hit- workshop. For the jiast year he has done much of !iis work here.- making fretiueiit trips of but a nighfs ride, to his ext<'iisiv<> rancli in th<' Imperial \'al!cy, C:ilifi)rni;i. Hy hoiiey to have the maniibcript fcr his next FROF. WILSON'S ANTAGONISM TO ORGANIZED LABOR 18 A MAT\ ' TER OF RECORD. REMEMBER THE SOUP HOUSES The Dark Tim** of Democracy Still Fresh In the Memory of Ihe Worklngmen Who Had Nothing to Eat and No Place .- to Sleep. niixlue <is Men Should Support Tnft and .Avert illsaster. John Wj-.namaker. of I'liii.idciplii: ii:i^ issueil a staten'ieut iuidresscd ti "the merchants and business nii'ii o' Ihf' I'ni'ed States," in which iie urges l!le re-election of i'resident 'i'aft. ii part his slatenieut follows: .N'ctliing under heaven can stoi) <h» h:ivo< of desperate lighters but .-i con tiuent-wlde rallj\ ot the Repubiicat parly able and willi;ig to build in tli- proper- w.iy :iT>d proper time on it; old staunch timbers as much progress iveness as is safe for llie countr.v. The situation narrows down to this 1. Taft and the top wave of prosperity or 2. Destruction to indusirip .<5. 5. The whirligig administration of an unbalanced president in a "star- sS'anglnd robe with archraugelii wings." Why exchange humanely speaking present prosperity politically assured for a riddled, shot througli (.".riff anc the fantastic un-Ainurican projects ol llie launciiers of a new party? Us rouse ourselves to keep oui R.ipubiican friends together and b.\ determined efforts sc.itter our enemies lo the forewinds. Xo new government ought to b- permitted to check existing prosperit< or to begin new policies and jeopard ize the nation'^! future. Larger, far larger than either of th' mrn before the country for the prr'si dency is the one condition on wliial the good times of the next four ycar.- mu£t rest. i —solved once for all. by Calumet, For daily nr.c in millions cf kitcbeni has proved that Calumet is highest not only in quality but in Iraz'rnins foivrr as well—nn- failiog in results—pure to the extreme—and wonderfully economical in use. Ask your erocer. And try Calumet next bake day. RECEIVEO HIGHEST AWARDS CBICM*. 111. Part* r .<»Ml- MM*. laia. i _^ r .VRLYI .K SCliOdl, NOTES. (plivo S. Sawyer, Teacher). ; Renort for Carlyle school distric .\o. 2. for the montli ending Oct. -I 1012. Names of those neither absent no' tardy during the month: Frank and Arthur Chambers. M:ir' and Albert Dlckerson.. Edmund an<" Herschel Feebark. Martha Gllkerson Kmogene and Golda McCli:itock, Frer ShultSs, Ktiiel Mable and Gladys Wlni ler. Fiovd and Fred Wilson. Honor Roll—Grades 1. 2. 3: Her schel Feehack, Mnrtha Gilkeson. Arthur Chambers and .Mabel and (lladys Wingler. Grade ."J: Albert Dickerson. Ethe" Wingler and Kdraund Feehack. Grades 7, 8, 9: Golda and EmogeUf .McCIintock and Mary Dickerson. .Number enrolled nvcrag" dall.' attendance l.'iL tardiness 0. Visitors: Chester Thomas, of Pr 'ce rtali: Llllie. Pearl and Ch;irley Martin. Glenn Dickerson and Mack Percy Carlvie District, is represented ii the lola. high school by Russell Mc­ CIintock. Glenn Dickerson. Mack Per <\\ Chauncey Sawyer iind .Mar!Smith. f Mr and Mrs. Joci Griffin have b-ei viFlting in Clayton. III. O-ti'ogranhy CITSF orginlzed with M.-'rv Diclw-rsnn and Kmogene Mc­ CIintock a.* champions. Mary's sid< was victorious. - Tlie children have been very busy'| these days quarrying rock for making walks and Imiiroving Jhe 'ooks of the school ground. Our; new pump ."^nd cistern Is very'much) appreciated but the suprilv If water is limited \ ^. Mnrtia and family have moved to Pine niuff. Ark. They are hard A'o'rkin!; peop!» and everybody wishes them success anil pros!;erity in their now home. The Library is open every Friday eveninE. Frank Chambers. Librarian. Mary i:tickt-rson, Arsistant. || PROF. WILSON' ON LABOR. | % "Labor la standardized by % trades unions and this la the % ^ standard to which it is made to §^ conform. ... I need not j:^ ^ point out liow economically dis- :•::, aatrous such a regulation of la- :§ >^ bor it. It '1s to unprofitable to % ^ the employer that In some trades it will presently not be ^. % worth while to attempt any- S' thing at all. . . . Our eco^ nomic supremacy may be tost '^^ 1$ because the country gr6ws more ^ and more full of unprofitable :| S tervanta."—From an address by |: Prof. Wilson to the graduating '-^ ^ claaa of Princeton university, I June 30. 1909. Woodrow Wilson. Democratic candidate for president. Is now addr«i>s- Ing honc^ye^ words to the laboring man in the hope of securing the labor vote. He would. If he could, have tho worklnginan forget the address delivered ^by him at Princeton In 1009, In which he regretted that "labor is standardized by the trades unions." and aEECrted that such a regulation of labor Is "economically disastrous." Xor will labor forget that In the same speech he characterized members of labor unions as "unprofltabie servants." No wonder that the Minnesota Stato Federation of I,abor recently adopted resolutions condemning Professor Wilson for his antagonistic attitude •owird organized labor. And while Professor Wilson is appealing to the workingman to over- .ook his «iwn personal views and vote the Democratic ticket he should know that the record of the Democratic oar- 'y In connection with the workingman !s engraved upon the tablets of labor's memory. Labor has not voted for a Democratic president since the terrible experience which followed the Democratic victory In 1892. And labor ivill not this year vote to repeat those distressing times. What Labor Remembers. Labor lias not forgotten that under Dcmopratic administration, before the electlbn of President McKlnley. thou Chtflaio'B dty ball Wldliis; btenvM of lack of SavLtif. to aecitie otherviheK ten ;• • ^- • . , - FaimAv Jll ^iirNot Forget ' And fanners have-not forgettan that duHni tbe period which broagbt such untold . ^isaater to labor they thomselrea • vere neither prosperoua nor happy.- They worked hard and raised big ' crops, but their market waa gone becaua« their customers could not buy. !' The candidate and the party whose policy puts labor out of B Job robs the farmer of hla profit just aa truly aa fr the blow Xere aimed at him direct CLUB LODGE'S BULL'S EYE SHOJS Masaachtisetts Senator States Some • Truths in Few Words. When Senator Lodge of Massachusetts opened the Taft campaign In Ohio recently he uttered some truths in a few words. Here are a fqw of the sentences which ought to be read and remembered: "I t>elieve most profoundly that now, as in the past, the success of the Republican party is for the best Inter- esU of tho people of the United States." "The Democratic house presented tlie woolen schedule In a form which would put an end to tho woolen pianu- factures of tho United States and would slaughter tho product of the American sheep raiser." "If you desire to strike down the sheep and woolen industries of thn United states, give tho Democrats full power, and you will have it done; If you do not, tho only way to preserve them Is to elect a Republican congress and a Republican president" "If the proposed constitutional changes should bo carried Into effect thjy would completely revolutionize our system and theory of government, as we have known It since the beginning of history." "All the progress that has been made in this country in 50 years has been by the Republican party." "The Republican party has alv.ays been tho party of sane and rational progress under the tronstitutlon." "The Republican party stands for lib^ erty as against license; for order as against confusion; for loyalty to the great principles of justice and freedom which have been banded down to us from tho days of Waatalngton; in one word, it stands for the constitution which Marshall interpreted and which Lincoln saved." age The steel Kning gives the speed—grips the powder charge with just that compresaon needed to put ali the drive bt tl ^e exploaoa behind-your load. - , And with Expert Factory Loading, ycju're »uf cf ilic Mm' ipeed —a uniform spread ol pattern m each and every shell. S'noot Arrow andNitro Club iteei lined Expert Ficlory Luaded Slid!* for tfccd plus pattern in any 'make oE shotgun. Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. 299 Broadway ,i New Vork Oty First published in the lola Daily Re^r'ster September 26tb. 1&12. Tht/State of Kansas; Allen Conntyi,- S3.- In the District Court, Thirty-Sev- .?:ith Judicial Circuit. Sitting in and A for Allen Ccuaty.. State of Kansas. jT j Allen County State Bank. Plaintiff I vs. Rachel C. Hutehiasjon- .Marvin E. ' Hutchinson and J. E. l^oweli. Defendants.- _ . I ' By virtue of "an Ord>r of Sale is- saed by the Clerk of the Thirty-Seventh Judicial District Court, in and for Allen Connty. State of Kansas, in ~ '•;e above entitled eoui-e, and to me Jirected and delivered, i will on the - 2Sth day of October. A. D. 1912 at 10 o'clock. .-\. M.. of said day, at the south door of the court hou.-e in; the City ;ir lola. Allen Connty. State of Kan- -a.s. cfTer for sale and sell to the high- I St b:d(Ier. for cash in hand, the- fol- ...wiir.; dei<,:;ibed real estate towit: '.ct K!^v:n (I!) in Block Two (2)- .Vorthnip's r»-survey of .lones Addition li> Ihir Ciiy oflohi, Allen County. Xca.-as. Said lands and tenements will be lOltl uitiioul appraisement to satisfy •.aid Ord. r of Sa:-. HOOVKR KKKR. Sheriu' of .-Xilen Countv. Kansas. KD J DIXK!-;!-;. rnder Sheriff Sheri.Ts Oir,-- lola. Kausa.s, Sept- •niber 2.".th.' I'.-i.'. ;»)-::G-(l<i)-:;-ii'-!T-u-». DESERT^ PROF. WILSON. Why a Democratic Editor Declares far President Taft. r .lULYI .K. I trip to Yuif.'; v"i r Tn. sday. (J"ssic C ;ile |\vill). I -Mrs. Gcurg.' Slu'rwooil is visiting • ('ft !'.Mrs Ccrinuh- Calisouii. of: h<'r nuitlur .Mr.-^ John l!.;<'oii. in I.a- liiwa, .Mr."!. Ijiiti,. 'rhdiiiiis iiii>l diihl-' Hiirpe. reii of I'laji. and .Mrs. KliMiior ('liris. ' * Koy Curn i.l..-'l. of llv. . Colo . i.^ hert Man ai'.il i !:iughti-i-s of l-:iii)>url;i. ar-- 1 visllini; ri hilivi-.-; ;MrI fri« nils, visiting their nuitlur. .Mr?., Jane Chris; K . H ihihls I.": his t;ilo filled tian. thi.-: wi . k. The ni'-inlM'rs of .Mrs. (;ri-<irs Sim-' — day .SJ-li->ol class will :/ix.- :i ^-.t i.i' :i. j .T^ .SMi;in;«r.-- of .\r!iaii-!.is City th»' Woiiilim-n hall Friday night. who h:!.-; Ii— a b-:.- on ll 'l ^iIl ••s^• r.lurn Chriulian ' Tronlu in.- ami lainilv . .| hotii.- iliis ;ifi'Tm )<.ii have iiiovfd into Mi.-;s l*.i-ll«r Smilli'.s' property oiMiosiii* tin- c-Iiiirch. ; : ^ • Miss Je.ssic CaMwcM i.^ jit f;en>'V:( .-'ssisling .Mrs. Kr«d Cliilds with lit-ri work. Tlie Lydi'-s" socifty will i mi'ii with Mrs. Slii-rni:|n I)i<-kir .--on Thursday for :in :;I1 ihiy nio'ting. IZev. rii-rsoii had a house mow': out from lola to hid.firm north\v« , of Carlyle. Mrs. ly onanl Sntlierlanil dinl .it : her home noriliwf-st of Carlyl.- S'-pl. { Ifi aftt-r :i liii?<>ring illn<-ss. TU<" fun-' rral w ;iP li'-ld from tht- hpine Wedio 'S-; .y niorn'ni' .-it in oVloirk wit!. Tichiior officiating. Mrs. Siitherhmi! ' has lived near Carlyle for many y;ir.= i SHE SUFFERED TEN MONTHS Mrs. Blankenshlp Tells of He: Restoration to Health .by Lydia £. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ~ J. Holman Ruck, the Democratic editor of the Western Nevada .Miuer at Mina, in voicing his allegiance to the Taft administration, is not sparing in his criticisms of the actions and Iiolicies of Governor Woodrow Wilson, the Democratic nominee, or of Roosevelt. Ruck Is a Defnocrat of the old. school and readily sees tho error of his ways in supporting the Democratic nominee for the presidency, in sands of idle men were walking the | speaking of Wilson he has the fol- streets of every city, town and ham-j lowing to say: let in the cojintry In search of employment and tbe chance to earn an honest living, while those or many^ cf them who chanced to have einpfoy- ('hronfc IlyxpepsL-i. —The following unsolicited tf-sti- nicnlal should certainly be suffici.'ri' •c- give hope -and courage to perscn- tfflicted with chronic dyspeiisia: "I have.been a clironi." dvsiteiit'-' for vi'flrs. and of ail the medicine I have taken. Chiiniterlaln's Tablets hsyVe done me more good than anything else."-sa.vs W. G. Mattl-on. o.X 7 Sher man St.. Hornellsviiie. .\. Y. For sale 1 'jy all dealers. ment were working for a m're pittance. Labor has not forgotten the poup houses established all over the country at that tline. Labor has not forgotten the processions of unemployed—from New York to San Francisco, and from the Canadian border to the Gulf, seeking NOT CHARITY. Rl'T WORK, during a Democratic national administration. l.,abor has not * forgotten Coxey's and Kelly's "armies," one of the products of Democracy. Labor has not forgotten the hordes of tramps made by Democratic rule. Labor has not forgotten that the Democratic national administration caused the depletion of labor's treasuries to keep the destitute and unemployed alive. Labor has not forgotten those trying days of Democratic misrule, when It turned Its hails, meeting places and assembly rooms into sleeping quarters for ail who could find room therein. No Bread to Eat. -Labor has not forgotten that labor alone Buffered then, that lalnv lacked bread to eat, clothes to wear and a roof for shelter. Labor has not forgotten that labor alone worked out the problem of. Its salvation In those trying days. •A man utterly untried in the affairs of government; whoso adiuiuisiraiiou as governor of New Jersey lias proven a failure aud a farce; vyhosu vicwa have been contracted by a lifetime' spent in tho narrow couliuesof the school room; whose associations huvu naturally been the classes rather than il-j masses and whose radical views R I vagaries outrival those of Debbs and Emma Goldman and that-no more represents real Democracy than dofs the frolhings of Roosevelt. The issues then are Taft, conservatism, the preservation of the constitution and a free Republican form of goveniment. versus Wilson, socialistic radicalism and the turning ovAr of established form of government to a mobocracy. Believing as we do we would be unjust to ourselves and false to principles and the public did we not align ourself with .Mr. Taft and the nrlncl- pies he represents. We hope that in the coming frav that he will be victorious and shall lend every effort at our comm .Tnd to bring this about Party lines, by the issues promulgated, have hern swept af'de and conservative Democrats, hf.they true to themselves r -'l princ'will support WllliP' Howard ~-ft for prosi- dent, am' - •buke the r- "ennt dof'^.T tion of Bryan anfl bir viratical band of socialistic agitator " rein atires and friends followed th mains to their last resting IIIIK tin- llighlaii!) C <'nK -tery at lola.- .Mr.s. J. |{ I.Hinlap is quite sick this w.-. k. V ? I). I\. Calilw.ll .njid dauglitnr Ruth vi.siici: r-lalive.s in: -N't -oslio F:ii!s and (;<'ni 'va Thursday :>^nd Friday. Mrs. J.i'f Gardner is visiting her daughter Mrs. Gail Barrows in IOIJI, and helping cart? for r. new grandchild. —Geo. T. Craddock. Itubie. Ark., says: "I w:is bomert^d with lumbago for se-.' !i years s,< l.iid I cotiid no* W»M-'K. I tri'd .'••overal kinds ol" kidiu-y niedii-ine wlii<-'i gave rue Ilttlii. or no relief. Two toitl.'.-: of I'oley Kidney I'ills cured tu" anil now I can do any kind of work. I cht-erfnl'iy reconiiiu-n-i them to niy friends." Burrell's liT'ii- Store. «E>EV.\. (IHirofhv Oct. :'- Mrs. C. I.. Knowllon visit.;! relatives in lola rr;)!n S::tnrd;iy tiiiti .Monday. Mrs. Carpenti r of Dod^-e Citv. K:is is here visiting Mrs. C. :I. Howlan:' and Jlrs. N. C. Carjienter. .Mrs. Grace Irwin visited rehitives in Io''< a I'i'V or two \:\»X week. Bert Green and family hav.- moved to Eureka, Kas. . Mr. and Mrs. Cohan of Kansas City vi»,.(| iti;iii\es Ill -re Monday and Tuesday. Miss Kdith I.eaVirt of Waverly. visited relatives here over Sunday. C. 1,. Knowlton made a business and leaves a host of friends li'-sides • Eiijston, V'a.—"I feel it my doty tc her hushmd :ind two sons to mourn my thanks for what Lydia E. \y*rj\i^\\\ A large concourse of r.-l-j - Pinbhrm'-i Vegetable Compound has done for me. I was a sufferer from female troubles ant' had been confined ir bed over one third o' r.iy time for tei months. I could no do my housew^orl and bad faintin{ spells so thatmyhus band could not leav< rcc alone for five minutes at a time. "Now I have b»-en restored to healt! and it has come from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Ve^^etableC'ompotmd. When ever 1 see a sufr-?ring womah I want Xf. tell her what this medicine has- don* for me and I v.ill always speak a goo<' vford for it." —Mrs. R OBERT B LA.VK- ENSHIP, Elliston, Va., Montgomery Co. Was Helpless —Now "Well. Trenton, Mo.—''About two years agr .1 had fernale trouble and inflamipation sc bad that I was literally helpless and has to be tended like a liaby. l' could no: move my body or lift my foot for sue! severe pains tliat I had to scream. -I w;^{ very nervous and had a weakness. " Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound has helped me to such an exteni that I think there is no medi'cine like il for female troubles. I am np and able to do my work aj^n'and I give you fuL lermission to publish my letter for tht •ike of other suffering women."—Mrs. 7.T.PtmNEix,320-10th St.,Trenton,;ic n- • d-lrst P'il*'i?'ei! Sei.i 12. litlti.) SHKKlVr .S SAI.K. The State of Kansas. -Mien County, ss. In the 'District Court. Thirty-Seventh Judicial District. Sitting in aud for Allen t'ounty. State of Kaiiwis. Maggie McGuire, IMaintlff. vs. Rachel A. pavis aud .Mary J. CuJbertson, Defendants. lly virtue of an Order cf Sjtle i^•sued' by tho Clerk of the Thirty aeveath Judicial District Cuiirt, iu and for Allen Couiity, State of ICansas. 1u the tbove entitled cause, and to iiie direct"d and 'delivered. I will ou October •5t!i, A. D. 1012. at 10 o'clock A. M. ot '.aid 'day. at the south diKir of the court house in the City of lola, Allen ''ounty.i State of Kansas, offer for sale md sell for:not less than two-thirds >f the apprai .sed value, fur cash in land, the following deBcribed real estate, yi-wit: Nineteen ard a fraction acres, de- jcribed as follows: Beginning at the Northeast comer of the Southeast •Juarter (Vi) of Section Si .K M;),Town-V .diiii Twenty-five Ci .'i, Range Tweul/^ me Til-), running thence west 7"> rods, hence south 42'/i rods; theace east 7a •ods; thence north to beginning, and he sffiithwest quarter of Section Five •r,), less T-JO of an acre in NW cor-, ler thereof;. Township Twerity-fivo 2.i), Range Twenty-one (21), Allen "".ounty. Kansas. Said lands and tenements will be •old, not subjevt to redemption. i HOOVER KERR, Sheriff of .\Ilen County, Kansai "Jy ED. d. DCXFEE. Under Sheriff. '9)-12-ly-2C-(IO)-2-10 DODGED TARIFF REVISION Roosevelt, When Pre:ident. Failed to Take Any Action. Once in his life Mr. Roosevelt al- Mr nnd Mrs. A. J. Simoson. of Kan- jsas City arrived here this afternoon for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.'Campbell. W. G. Shorb went to Coffeyviile this afternoon on business. most expressed, an ^pinion on the Labor has not forgotten that It; tariff,question. In a preliminary draft bounced Democratic rule for Repub- j of one of his messages to congress llcan rule at Us first opportunity in as It came from the printer was thia the first presidential election after' sentence: "In a later message I siiall that period—in 1896. and has not! discuss the tariff." Orf revising ihfc voted for a Democratic candidate proof sheets of his message Mr. Roose- for president since. \ yelt blue-penciled, that Hue. -Aud he Labor has not forgotten that trusts | nerer came even that near to dis- and moq'topbiies were born In the i cussing the question again as long White Hoube while a Democratic ' as he remained in the 'White House, president stood guardian. And yet the tariff law then on the Labor has' not forgotten that Dero-' statute books was-far more obiection- ocratlc free trade means free trade able than the Payne law. wHch he In labbr only. jg now so vigorously denouncing. Why Now a Full Dinner Pall. \ didn't he revise the tariff the way Labor has not forgotten Its lesson he now says It ought to hare been on how it passed through pov< rty and when be had the power? He says now frlendlessnesS and Democratic mal- be ir^ta to "fix U so that mpre of administration to the full dinner pail, the tariff 'prize money* will go Into of tho McKfnley and subsequent Re-' the pay envelope of the workman." publican administrations: Why didn't he "fix It" that way dur- Labor has not forgottei) that th^ ing (be seven and one-half years be American Federation of I^bor held was in the'White House? Its annual convention In the council j In other worda. In the face »f hla chamber In the city hall. Chicago, the' record while in office, la not all the week of Monday, December 11. 1893,; Tbtrd Tenner's present talk about the at a time when 5.000 men were night-. tariff the most transparent gufC and ly sleeping on the cold stone ttoors ot i bluff «ad iNilderdMh? iiiOMiiiiiiiiiliiii io!a Da: y lUiil-ster. October ID, 11H2. ' Cut eat tko abora eoopea. wUL f :T9 otlwn of coaMcntiva datas. UK ! preMat Ikam at tUs office with the exposM bone* anocni l.ei«£s Kt oppouCe uy (tyla of OietioBJtry selected (which co»crt tio i««rj oJF the co«t ofprcLinc. rssratt feom tha foclorr. checkiaK. clerk Lira cad ot!» necanatr EXPENSE itaaa). WBA receive your cI>oke of Ihece tlirca liooiu: p H ne $4.00 New W EBSTEBIAN , . . . , .. . . , f It iS t .iCOXL-/ ci:; rely N; .v comi i '.:!:on by !r:c workl s AvAiS greatest ai:tlioritLs fr .KU K'.i.;i:.--: t r ^I ';•,•i;; is bound in % DICnONARYiuIl IJmp l.calhei. fl::.=Mr, star -i ^d i:> j.. lJ-.ii back and lUostrmled si.lcs, printed tn 1 rounded; beautiful, strong, liiiraLi |S are maps and over 6oo subj «rts tK -:i:S!r';:l!y .'!!:: •- i t y t-:.-' - i • color platil;, nuni-rjua Sub ;<:c ''5 by M-.not,:! -j, ,j 1 .! -: • juJJ^"* I education.!' flia^i 4 end the Ijt-t'..^li-ej ."^! tc^ • Vn.fK' <io_ • at this oiTlce S!X Cccvwtlvo D;;i:wn .ry Cor -^r.a ari ll .n i?cC f The S3.09 l: cxirlly the i.r.-! YiiC V:*-C3 3'. !.i .'^io bind- fNeiV »s t:'e »».'0 . I • f-r:.^; gjtd (First Published October 3. 1912 t OCTOBER .SALE, - XOTICP: is hereby given that so .inch of each tract of land and town lots ^escribed in the annexed list as may be necessary for the purpose, will on the FOCRTH .MO.NDAY of 0C-- TOBER, A . D. 1912, and next succe^d- ^ng days, be sold b.v me at my officf, it public auction for the tax<-s and '•harges remaining unpaid thereto for the year 1911: r l(»L.l TOn .NSHIP. Lincoln Park Additiiin. Y. F. Lee. lot 7 block S. <;as nty. J. O. Frazel. lot 13 blo(;k ID. ' . Latirange. J. .McFail. lot 7 block 32. , OTerstreePs inA Addition. \ A. R. & S. H .\dffTOs. lot IC block 2:(\ lOLA riTY. \ Edwiird's East Addilion. t S. F. Behl«»r. lot ,11 block 5. Highland Place. J. P. Bissetl, lot 13 bl«:k 21. ' J. F. Bissett. lot 14 block 21., J. F. Bissett. lot 15 block 21-. .T. F. Bissett. lot IC block 21. W. L. Haines, lot 10 block 10. Jones' Addition. Unknown, lot fi block 1. WcWonaSu's A'!!Ilion. H. P.. A-lams, lot G b!ock 1. Given under my hand this 3rd day of Octob-;r. 1912. i C. C. AUSHERMAV. Treasurer of ^llen County, Kaiib:is. . HAYFEVE Aay r.o<A ly .«».;!. !;.:r. '.^ l.„ 48c A Simple, Safe, Inexpensive Treatment Relieves Ail . '" Distressing Symptoms » " ' —• Devon sufferfor weeks every Summer with Hay Fever or Rose Cold? If you do juat get a fifty cent bottle of Ely's Crejam Balm from your drug^st, and see how qoickly yon will get relief, (n five nunntes after applied that stuiTed- iip feeling in the head will be gone, the pain and sorenesis in the back of the throat relieved, and the sneezing and running at the nose stopped. Moreover, this remedy does not f imply - ?ive yoa temporary relief, but; heals and strengthens the weakened^ inflamed membrane lining of the nosd and throat, making it less sensitive to dost, da-mp- aesa and certain odors, which geneirully bring on the fits of sneezing and weep-, Son^'t suffer any ^ong ^er. and don't experiment with st ]|ong snuffs, pow- A iers and sprays which only aggra- ) vate the trouble, but try this simple, ,' sensible treatment. If you are nof' satisfied, after fair trial,'yotir! drug-^ gist will give back your money. Speeial Agent—a R. ^urrell. Mrs. C. E. Spink, of Kansas City, who has been here viadting friends, went to Chanute this afternoon.

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