Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 10, 1912 · Page 7
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"That Fellow .Will Be a Dead Game Sport if I Ever Meet Him Again," Says Felix to Fink. 'THEN GET TOGETisrf AU.VOUR FRIENDS AMD MEET MC iH tSH HOkm. AT NaUMPTY UMPTV GAHE-? WE^S>v /GOT CfUSK.SIUD NVy^ ttWN POKER-Uoame, VANO FARO, EMIT I DON'T ^BALL GAME WANTS—ALL KINDS WANT—YOU TO KNOW ABOUT th«' finest fruit and farming section In Florida. Addr «8B U. O. Uat«i, Arcadia. Florida. 1'. O. Box 20. .WANTKD—TO HLIY SKCONUllAND Violin t!ello, J. W. liecunnup, La- llariu?. Kaa. W.A.N'TKO—T OK 8 KOOM MODIOHN iioiise lu good IOCMIIOU. In •>xelianK«f for a $12r.t» llr.sl uiortnagi'. Will pay balance cash W, K Stiirka. Ai;tni. MKN WANTKD—{'K.MK.NT AND rock loaders at the l^linni Mill of Ibe United Kansas Portland Cement Co.. near Independpnce. Kansas. FORM,. LOANS WA.NTKI)—I AM prepared to take rare of Farm I.^)an.'< large or sinalll at th<' lowest rate lii lie obtained anywliere. Privilege to pay any anioiiiit at any Interest paying,time. Seeinie and get terms and rate, before plticlng your loan. K. 1.. Thoniiison. Ovt»r Kvans l)ruB Store. "^^ANT?:i) WORK—MAN WITH family wants work on farm by mowth. flave three heavy horses will use. G. W. Ray. Yates Center, Kans. WANTCT—A F.AHM FURNISHED, anywhere from ll>0 to 200 acres, to tend in different kind.s of crops. 1 have two boys able to do a man's work lanvwhere. Address Calvin Burrls. Yale. Okla. R. R. No, 3, Box 153. i WANTS—ALL KINDS W4M WANTKD—MARRIKI) MAN TO work on farm. E. U. Hutler. WANTED—2.^00 FKKT OF INCH FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—FOR SALE ! FOR SALE—FOR SALE | FOR RENT—FOR RENT gas ties. Ill lie; A. C.I will buy ill small iiuanil- Evans. Can City. FOft SALE—O.NE HAT CABINET. 22 feet long with 2 iiiimirK and 24 (Irnwers. 7 oak tables 3x9 2 settees. 1 heating stove and pipe. Clobe Shoe • a. I'lothing t'o. WANTKD—WOMAN Tt> CARE FOR small eblld during tlie wiulir. Call S24 South St. W;ANTEII—MIDDI.K AllEI) WOM- an for general luiuscwork iu priv:ilt> • auilly. Toleiilione 12fiS or 2JT. WANTKD-TO BI'Y SMAM, HOC^^K suitable for cimI.liou.se. iu Cas Citv Phone SOO. FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—HOUSE FURNISH- IngSf Rues and Linoleums, Trunks and Suit Ca^es. Bonnell Furniture Co., 9 N. Jefferson. Phone 1290. FOR SALE—EHJIIT HEAD OF roadster cults rrmii one to four years old. .Ml well bred. .Some are stiind- .AIHO line standard bred iiiarf H's old. one two year old draft and one six iiioiitlis old -mule Will piUe tlieiii right, l-oug- ' *c Siilheiland. 1-2 mile east of ! ard. ;) yej foil loll. slKiri : FOR SALh:—WHITE NANNY COAT A'agon and harness. Louie 11. Klau- luann. I : I FOR SALE—FRESH .lERSEY COW !.'. years old. J. A .McDonald, I^IIarpe. I Phone 4ti. ' FOR SALE -A .SIN .MU.NTllS OLD registered Hi-rciii-ron stallion. Won • Isl at Allen Counl> Fair H F. Wright ' FOR SALE OR TRADE—NEW MEN i PARM FOR RENT OR SALE— ico land: 160 acres beat valley soli; south and west of city limits. 44 acres, beautiful mountain scenery. Best cll- Mrs. O. L. Steinnian, l.«ck Box 1C2. , mate in the world for lung and throat I'ai lyle. FOR SALE-RUOS. FURNITURE Sfove.s. Big stock. Cash or payments. Ed Iknninger. West .Madison. FOR SALE—ORCHARD OF WIN- ter apples. 2."ut) bii. 2 miles west. 3 miles north of .Morau. Tobias Kramer. FOR SALE OR TRADE—SO .\CRES land In S. W. MI,ssourl. Also house and lot In Wehb City for lola property. New by & Co. |. . I FOR SALE CHEAP-GOOD URIV- I ing or general purpose mare wilii I loal. about !t or lu yeiJrs old; :;ul .\' ' Wasliington. lola. FOR SALE OR TRADE—SMALL 2- Jia.ssenger automobile: Inquire Pennsylvania Hotel. FOR SALE—TWO GOOD OAS heaters. Waters & Danforth, La- Harpe. Kans. FDR SALE—PAIR DRIVING mares. 7 years <ild and sound, together with bijggy. and harness, at feed yard on North Jefferson. LAST CHA.NCE—IF VOU DESIRE homestead. 320 acres; fine land; Colorado's best county; come quick. .Nearly all houiesteaded. Suieltzer & Co. I HAVE TWt-) RESIDENCE I'ROP- erties in lola; i.ii.- clear and one in­ cumbered; will trade either tor an-i— '7~''~7'~ ' trouble. Enough flood water Hows acro.^s tills tract each year to Irrigate a whole section. If reservoir.^''were built. .Native grasses mutrlous as alfalfa. On main line Rock Island near division p<>lnt and County Seat. Will Irai'ie for city property of small tra<-t near go.id city in Kansas Price $I.". p.r aci>- fall at once. H V. Plant. KelUy Hotel toinobile; same must be In t'irsl class condition. Prefer small car. eillier "Fonl" or "'llnp" Roy Jackson. Syracuse. Kans. FOR SALE TWO ADJOINING farms ctuitainlng lS(i acres: well improvftl: I.'i acres bearing orchard and the best of farm land. Plenty of timber and good wati;r: five miles from Walker, one mile from Derrick iini\ nine miles of .Nevada. Mo. county i '""••'>• 'i seat of Vernon county; .'.uuo bushels | broken. FOR SALE--A GOOD OR(L\N. quire 312 6. Trhlrd. Phone 84. LN- JirST RECEIVED loo ALL WtJOL Winter Blue Serge Suits, ages C to IC. In the latest styles. These suits are fully worth the regular price $7..'>ii. but we are going; to make a leader of them next week to further advertise our Boys" Suit Department at the slauglitered price of only $4.S9. Come the week before sizes are The .Model. (Jas. Kans. OFFK:E ROOMS FOR RK.VT— over Ramsey's Store. Inquire in ft ore. FOR KENT-S ROOM HOCSE. I.N- iiuire «•'!» N. Washington. Roy tiard. Prcifessionaf Dire^tdijf. * • * DB. C. «. BOSS • •> DeatiBt. . • <r Extraction without pain by tba <^ . •> use of Nitrous Oxide Gas • B«om >'o. 1 NortlinipfBidg'. • * Phonea—Office 653; Res: 852.. • •> * MONET TO LOAM! • « Will lend on bousabold-gooda, •> pianos, organs, sefwlng mar ^ <• chines, diamonds and Jewelry. > •> J. W. COFFEY -> Office, Ae. UO Kortb Stnel « •> I •• I • . • •:••>•>•>•&<•'<>««•> <r ^ ^ «i ^ •> • '> PHILLIP UBIGELB « •> • •> HIRXESS AND 8ADDLSSI • , •> tieneral Bcpalrl^ ' i^J * • • * 110% South Street—lola, Kaa.- FURNISHED HOO.M AND BOARD for on>' or two gentlemen. One «>f the nicest homes iu the city. Inquire M. .M. Can: of the Register. F. L. B. LEATELL, 1L D. • Specialties: . • Diseases of the Cheat ^ lilseases of Children • Plienes-Office 147; Bes. M7 • lola State Bank Bldg. FOR RE.NT—NICELY FURNISHED room for gentleman. 402 E. Madison. of corn raist-d on' place this year. Will' sell for $10.0011. half ciish. Anyone! RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE—IN wL^hing a good farm address G. C.' renewing your insurance, place some Parlasca. IjiHarii". Kans. FOR SALE—PAWNED SUIT CASES and^runks as good as new. Unless you see them before buying, we'll both lose. BIgus Pawn Shop. I HAVE AN EIGHTV ACRE FARM for rent near Erie. W. E. Ralston. of it with me. I will see tliat your interests are safely guarded, by writing you In a llrst cla«s company. Besides, we need the buslne.ss and will appreciate your patronage. R. L. Thompson. Phone 142, Over Evans Drug Store. WOOD FOR SALE. PHONE 1049. UHAePE NmS FOB TODXr MR.S TIIOM.VS BKLSTEK DIED LAST MGHT—FIfNKR.lL TOMORROW. JanU-s Roll Lost Two Worses In W'nt KauMUs jl'Iacne—Kutrfni* Danforth to Visit liere. LAHARPE. Oct 10—Mrs. Elizabeth Brister. widow of the late Thomas Bristir. died at 8:15 Wednesday «ven-! Ing at 1h.' home of her daughter. Mrs. W. J Donnan. a mil^ south of i!iis city. The lun(>ral will be held to- luorrow (Friday) at 2 o'clock from the Methodist church in LaHarpe. —.\ fresh line of celery relishes, salad dressing - and fancy prt'iiarod mustard dressings at W R. Mitchell's. James Holt, formerly A>f Uillarpc but wno has been out on his big ranch In Hodgeman couu.tv. came In this! w.'ek for an cNi«'n(!ed visit with rela- 1 the's Jiuiniie says bo Is delighted with ranch life and that his crop this' year was good. He suffered the loss' of two tine horses as a I'esult of the; horse plague. G. Holt is evpected in from the ranch about election time. Charlie RIKHICS is suffering with an injured thumb as a result of an insect bite received while picking apples. Mrs. E. B. Hutchinson returned yes-' terday from a visit at Welda. i Professor Getty says the high: school boys are progressing nicely in ' the manual training department. The j problem work such as.cutting and fit-i ting has been completied and the new ' work such as hardwood <'abinet mak-' Ing and wood carving will begin this week. The Endeavor of the Christian church met Tuesday . evening witli .Miss Adams and organlzt^d a Dorcas club. The club decided to give a bazaar December 7th at some appropriate place on Main street. The.boys and girls of the high school have organized tennis teams and will spend their surplus time in that direction until ba.sket ball season opens. Miss Marguerite Kfrkiiatrick of lola visited the J. A. Brown family yester- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ (t; 4|j ij; 11: ^ d: ^ Just received a select line of Ml'LLKH-KELLER'S rilOtO- LATES and B0.\ HO .V.S. We' also carry a full line of' the celebrated Douglas Choco' late for your aiipro%"al. A trial is the best introductory. WATER.S & DAXFOBTH Dru^ and Jewelry. 3- -K 2 -**f!T4 *«3r*«3-3: Rr(.'s Tl:e line is compbte-Vel­ vets. .\xmlnsters and Brussels -the quality the ln-sl The patteriiv are dainty Orientals and Kloials The col<Tin;;s assorted .MI sizes .A [ileas- ure to show. H. R. MVHTIX. i^i if, •^i jji iji iV. ^ji .{i ^ week with her mother. Mrs. .lohn .Monies, of .Moran. .\ number of I.aliarpe people at-J tended the. fair at Moran either yes- ] terday of today. . | *i —Fine northern cabbage for kraut. | 2ri $1 .2.", for lOO iiounds. Elliott's Grocery. I Merle Whitlow.'of Moran. was a business visitor here yesterday. J. B.- .\V:ers has returned to .Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Smock, of Moran. stopiied off here a few hours yesterday, en route to |ola. W. .M. Campbell is acting as city marshal during .Mr. Clarkis absence. The .Missouri Pacific slock yards are umlergcdng a coat of white paint. —A few higli-lili Sulky Plows at a bargain. Hines" Hardware. Mi.sses .Nora Hartzog and \jcm Ashley have returned to Grecnsburg. af-i ter an extended visit here. j —Mrs Peter llolan. ll.'.Ol Buckeye! Rd. Cleveland. O . siiys: "Ye.«. Indeed I i can recommend Foley's Honey au.l j Tar Compound. .My little hoy h:id a bad case of wluHiping cough soiiie I times he \\;is blue In the face. I g;ive; hlin Foley's Honey and Taf CoiupiiuiMl' and It had a reniarkabUir effect and I cured hliu in :i short time." Contains ; no harmful drugs. Burrell 's Driigj Store. THE DAY'S OOINGS JIT SAS CITY A. r. SINCLAIR JIUNS PLAYERS IX TABLOID DRA.HA. > FANCY CABBACE <• <. <. «•> <• •> • • • • 18<>0 rolls of new Wall Paper Just received. New aud artistic de­ signs—buslne.>ts getting prices. We would b« pleased' to show you the line. F. A.fOOESET Frfscrlptleii Drwnlst •:• <• •> • •:• • «•:• <• • • • • day. .Miss Harris, of Kansas City, a pe.vcoiiess of the .Methodi.st church, iielivered an interesting tajk Tuesday evening at the church in the interest of the National Training School. Dr C. J. Halm yesterday sold one of ills valuable mares to J. R. Williams, of north of town. Rev. A. J. Morton went to Colony today wliere this evening he delivers a lecture at thf .Methodist ICpiscopal I'hu nh. Mrs. <?. .1 Halm attended the lueet- inir of the lola .\rt Club yesterday af- I'-rnoon. y Rolla Jack, of Nebraska. Is visiting his sister. .Mrs. A. H. Hines. .Mr. Jack may decide to remain here and work for .Mr. RiccFtauffer of south of town. .Mrs. Will Smith and daughu r and .Mr.s. Willis Sprague, of Diamond neighborhood, spent yesterday with .Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gates. The Sprague family leaves soon for Texas to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Warren came in yesterday from northern Iowa for an extended visit with .Mr. and .Mrs.. George Shoaf. .Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Danforth. of Coffeyville. will be up Sunday for a few weeks' visit at the Ed Danfortii home Mr. Danforth recently recovered from a long illness and will not be able to resume work for some time. W. r. T. r. Mt ^tiUK Tomorrow Wllh!-1* .Mr.<. I.leunince.—BoyH Sllll Hope j » for Foolliall Team. I- 100 Pounds for $1 .25 ClARL & HUNTER Gas, Kans. Gas City. Oet. ]0._A. C. Sinclair left this nu>riiing for Carthage tu joiu | a troupe of the I'liited Amusement { ' Company which presents the Tabloid j stock at various places over Kansas [ Edwin Hunter will and Mis.souri. lohu Carthage. Sedalla,, >" Gaiiiett today. Sprliittlield and Jefferson City are on '' ^'^f. and Mrs. •he circuit. Tom (!o.-.s Weill to .Moran to play ball yestenlay. II. G. G:iies. of Arcadia, Flu., was ill town y.'sierduy. i... Archif and Roy Fair formerly ofi A. A. i visit his mother Joe Eastwood have City for the Stock JOK WOOD SETS .MAKE. He Was n Season Kcrord of 31 Vir- lories iiiid .•» Defeat's. ' Boston. Oct. S—When Joe Wood Boston's star pitcher, turned in a y-a son 's record of thirty-four victories ;o five defeats for an average of .S72 lattweek. he set a pitching, mark wiiich hiis never been reached in modern times. Reulliach of tlie Chicago .Nationals, camn then>are!^t to it with . >2<; in lyot;. while .Matiiewson's best i was made in i:»f'4 at .S14. I Mathewson. however, has twice; j won more than 34 victories in a season. He took 3.'. games In 1904 and :',7 '• in I!t"2. In his long career Mathcw-i .-on has collected 3J3 victorb'S against ' 142 def.-ats. an average of .iICS. i { —.Mr. Jus. V. Churchill. W Wall St ,'Auburn, .N. V., has lirj-n botliereil wi>'» j serious kidney and bladder troiilite ever since he left the army, and s;;vs: •*I decided to try Foley Kidney lilh; as they had cured so many people riU'l I soon found lUey were ju.st the thin;:. : My kidneys and bladder are again in a healthy condition. I gladly recoi-' iiienil them." For sale at Burrell's; Drug Store. i Dearing Item in Coffeyvifle Journal: E (i Datfforth. superlnlendfUt of thixmeltei.J. surprised all Friday. .NeighlMjring towns take notI«e^: by coming out from Coffeyville to; ' ' 'spend the day, a ji.irt of the time at' i the plant. He has been ill for ten. ; weeks and now is just able to get about. He returned to his r<M>ms In ; Coffeyville Friday evening The P. U. Qs.. an aggregation of foot I ball players averaging 130 |)Ounds, are ' anxious for a game. Mrs. W S. Ford and Miss Sadie Mapes were shopping In lola yesterday. Mrs Hershel Smith has gone to .Seodesha for a two wet'ks" visit. 1 Mrs). H P Doty i^ spending the. her .sister, Mrs A D. Williamson Mrs. R. D. KvIWy. of Joplln. arrlvMli here this afternoon for a visit witli here lint now of Fiedouia were calling oil ohi friends .vesti>rday. They ari. visiting their sister In lola. .Nicholas Koll and daughter. Gene- vlc\,. w« re called to Wisconsin yesterday iiy the serious illness of Mr. Foil's mother, Mrs. ICliznbeth Koll of Tli<'rcsa. a town som,- thirty miles from Milwaukee. A few from here attended the fair :it .Moran y,-sicrday. Several lola aiit'is (Kissed i'lis city enroute to the fair. The W C. T r will meet tomorrow at 2:3(1 -viili Mrs. E. T. Lieurance of .Noith .M<'Rae s>re*-t. All members are urged to att<iid and bring their friends. J. L. Kauffman is n-poried alwiut the same. — Fine mirlhern cabbage for kraut i\ I "c I'lO Ihs. Elliotts L'roclry. A number of local hoys met last .v.'itiiig ill the city hall lo discuss the football situation. A practice will b- li"ld on«' afternoon this week and if ideuly of material is available a team will be organized. Mr. atid .Mrs. Carl Pi'ts have returned to their home in Little Rock. Ark. G. A. Woods, after a wenk 's visit with his family, returned yesterday to hi."! work near Ottawa. ^ Isaac Carl niotornd tp IJiHarpe yesterday on busliiess. Harry Slfers. of lola, was a visitor lure yesterday. D. W". Shuford is off from work as a result of a burn on his left arm. He was moulding metal when his arm touched the red hot metal ladle. Mrs. E. J. TorlM-tt ami children left last night for Karltoii. Kas.. to join Mr. Torliett and mak<v their home. .Mrs. J. W. Fro<'Ilch of Enterprise v .as a pl-as :it!t visitor at the schools yesterday. Mrs. Fnx'Ilch was formerly Miss Alma Wilkes and taught In our schools. Mrs. Harry Gey«-r, after a visit at the O L Pitta home r.-turned to .Moran today. Ira Cornell of south of tJas is in \eiy jHwir health. .Mr. and gone to Kansas Show. The lire bojs are expected home today Mrs F S .McKelvey who has boon the p'isi week is not improving Very fast. Miss Grosy Wiay of Ottawa, visited I he tias City schools yesterday. Miss FOR •.01 .So. RK.NT—SIN Jefferson. ROO.M HOUSE ! FOR RE.NT—FURNISHED ROOMS. ';04 N. Jefferson. LOST AND FOUND. TiO.CANATSpY Expert Piano Tunhiff and RepairiniT* WItk Roberta Uuslc Ca FHOKI m IRAB. FRANTZ TH B •PTOMCTRISt LOST—SMALL BU.NCH OK KEYS. Please rettiru to Register office. Reward. LOST—PARTY FINDLNG SET'OF tire chains on Humboldt road, please notify Bo.v 9D. Chanute. Kas. Liberal reward. LOST—SMALL BROWN LEATHER Iiiirse, containing change ana a ring valued asr a keepsake, at the Christian^ church or between there and North! First. Finder please return to Reg-1 Exeluaivs. Fittin* r At Hanna'a JewaliT Stnv that the jnanifestatlon twice—once will appear when he^mea to claim ister office. Reward. the real.followers of Christ; and when he returiis to set up his kingdom on e.irth. / "I believe that the world will wake up some morning soon to find the good people caught up in the clonda, body j and soul to meet him/' said tbe-dean. PRIVATE MONEY—WE HAVE 12000.00 private money to loan on a good Allen county farm, low rates and reasonable terms. See us at once, lola Land Company. 'Then after a period he will retiarn earth, possibly to Jerusalem, iind his WORLD M.AY EXD AT AXY 1IME to unknown to the people set np kingdom, whence will be waged! the; final stm^ple between the good land the evil under the name of the battle of Armageddon." Rev. Mr.; McKinn^ey belleyes that a I greater revelation is in storei,fOT the ! world. He also believes Christ,will { establish a new Jenisalem iu tfael sky Denier .Minister Think the Bible Fore within sight of teh earth. 1 casts the Time. I>enver. Colo.. Oct. 8.-The end of JI^»GMEXT FOB MRS. CHASTAIJf. the world is at hand, and that Christ ~. ^ r'».«.«..».,x T^IK^..,. ^„ .fc„» 'Denver clergymen. They represent! the-Episcopal, Presbyterian, Baptist j^."' and Congregational churches. h ive j court has tiwarded Mrs. Homer Chas' tain, widov.' of Fireman Chaatain. who • vaa fatally Injured in the wreck of the Snntii Fe train near Humboldt nages but The Tri- for the approach- \ i Into the court by the railway comp4- •he Bible cribeil as the cause of the ing return of Christ. ; . , , Uean Hart of St. John':! cathedral' , The niorniiig passenger Ira^, an uRev. S. T McKinney of the Ohio '''^"^Vi* us 204 was the train wrecked '' ' and its derailment was due to an open Wray formerly taught in the'Central | Congrogutlonal Church. "Sreo j ^^j^^j^ buildliig. —J. Ci. Criswell. a painter llvin,; .-it .'.40 North Mull)«^rl•y St.. Hagerstowit. Md. states: "I hud kidney trouble with a severe luiiii across my liack. and it>uld 'lanlly get tip after sitting ihiwn. I took Ftdey Kidney Pills and soon found the pain left my bacK, t' could get uj» and down with case. a. d ' the bladder action was more regular • and normal;" Try the. For sale at; Hiirrell's Itrug Store. i (OW BREAKS RKCORD.S. liuMein (Wves ItiS Ponnd<i of .Milk a Dny—ll-i Pounds an Hour. Broikton. M:^ss., Oct. S—All ords for milk and butter have shalierefl l.y Creamelle .Vale, a stein cow owned by Earl Upton, c-.w ha.--: tiven 20.930 jiounds of witii a monetary value of $1,300 since' .November 1.',. ll'll. .An average cow- gives accoriling to the department of, agriculture" statistics, about 3.000 lM >unds of milk a year. Creamelle' Vale in one month has given 3.200 jtounds. At her best Mr. Upton's Holstein has given. 108 pounds of milk a day, which is at the rate of 4^ pounds an hour. The present record for a year is 27.432 pounds of milk. It is expected that the completion of this year will give Ci-earaelle Vale a mark of over 30,000 pounds. FOR WOMEN ONtY. That is th« nature of Dr. Piprce't Favorite PrescrifJtion— die one W—J|| fOT women 'which contains no alcohol and no habit -for^int.^ruis. Made from aalira' medicinal forest roots. Dr. Pierce (clls its tvery infredieat on the bottle ^wnp- per. Prominent physidanalaod some of the bost medical aotborities endofM tiMee miredieots as bein^ die very best known remedies for ailments and weakneaaea peculiar to women. This is wliur .MIK. C.icxKm E. CWFET, of Longstteel* TCy.i says: 'I f-el Iiniy duty to write and tell you what your me«licines hiVe done for me. 'I was a great sufferer for -iis years from a trouble pi-culiar to women, but I am ihaTikful tn .sjy. ufti-r taking four bottleai of your * Favorite Prescription' I am not bothered with t&i .it dreadful disease any mop-, I fi^d like a new w:oman. ' When I first wrote , you for advice I only weighed ll.'. pounds—now I weigh 135. ; *I tliank you very much for your kindness. Yon have) beei as a father to me in advising me what to do, so may Goc bliris you iu every etlort you put-forth for good. "I lioiie this testimimial will be the means of some pocMT sulTerlug woman seeking health." > Dr. Pierce's Medical \dviser, newly revised up -to-date edhioo, answers: heats i ]f delicate i4ue >^tiuns cbuut which svcrv woman, sinile or married outbt: to know. B(KS.C 6 PPET. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured vltb LO<-Ab APPUCVTIOXa w UV7 ouiiol mth ibr Mst of ibr (ll.%war. Cstano b a Uood ur nauti- tuiiutul dm.*., and m onm to ntn II you mim uXt iLbnul rrnhMlln. HalTk uurrk Core It ulLrn lu- brn^iUr. ind M \a dltvvUr upuu Ibc thMd ud nacou* siirlj.t-i lljiJ « CiUJrti Oun> ta sol a qiuck IVMU- • UK. It «»» iirnralanl by tmr of Dmt i,hT««1ul in IU.! n..miry tor Tma and M a ir ^iXi^r t«>.KrtvUn>. It » r>Hii|a>«d of tkr bMi tuan Itiiumi.' nmUsfd *iin Ibr lir>i bivud punawx aciin« dlnrtty <n tl»i ii..i....'j< nin-irr...'. Tttr frUm rtrinblnatM »r lb.• ••o .Ti <T *J«-'it< H wbat 4ini<tur«« mce madrrful tt» Ki .u n K-vtv.it raurttL tbmi tur trMlbtaahlA Irrr. K J CIUAKV « CU. rr<.|A.lolrdu.O. 1 br Itntxvlil*. fir* ••r. ! I.Ua ilall» t'kibUir llOa lor tuMUinUua. TE NORTBRUP NATIOMl BANK I lOLA, KANSAS OVER FORTY YEARS OF COXSERTATITE BA^'KOG IS lOIJ. -^t Depository for the United Stales State «f Kauaii, andiJUlen ComlT : OFFIfERS: E. J. MII.I.KR. President - .MKLVI.N KKO.NK. Cashier R. J. <X)FFKY Asst. tJashier U L. NORTHRUP, Vlce-Prtst j P. A. NORTHROP. Vice-Preet. D. P. NORTHRUP. Vice-PtMC CAPITAL $50,00a.00 SURPLUS $20,000.00 YOUR BU.<il5ESS SOUOTED telwiit Paid Tfw» P»H»it!t 8>l«tr JwalfcBwtM fer.mt.

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