Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 14, 1912 · Page 7
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"The Next Time I Take & Job as An iictor. It Will Be in Pantomime,'' Says. FeKx to Fiiik. JI8,->(«€M I COME OUT ON TMI STAGE t|M«) fiTARTI&SIHG.'toU STM» UP, AHO INTERRUPT ME. LA0tE5,AHDGENTt.EMENi^^ 1 mix NOW fiWG - -T(« LEFT HIHO: FOOT OF A RABBIT HAY BE UUCKt. BUT V *ITH A MVJLC ir« DIFFERENT. Profesgjonal Diijgtoiy^ - -v - DB. C. M. BUS& • Dentist : Extraction wltUpnt paia'by tba . use of Nitrous Oxide. Gai Boom No..l^< Xortlinp Bllg.-'^ Phones—Office 553; Real 8C8f WANTS-ALL KINDS WANT—TOU TO KNoW ABO^T tbe finest fruit and farming section In Florida. Address H. G. Gates, Arcadia, Florida. P.. O. Box 20. W|VNtS—ALL KINDS WANTED—WHITE WOMAN TO cook at the hotel. J. C. Bums, Carlyle. Kans. AV.'VNTED^EXPERIENCED WHITE girl for general house work; good vrages. Address. T 33, care of Register. FORM LOANS WANTED—I AM tirepared to take care of Farm Loans large or small, at the lowest rate to be obtained anywhere. Privilege to pajr any amount at any interest paying time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L. i Thompson. Over Evans Drug Store. WANTED—A FARM FURNISHED, anywhere from 100 to 200 acres, to tend in different kinds of crops. I have two boys able to do a man's' work anywhere. Address Calvin Burrls. Yale. Okla. R. R. No. 3. Box 153. WANTED—200 BUSHEL.S WHEAT and kaffir corn at the East lola Feed Store. Phone 857. WANTED—MEN TO LEARN BA^.- ber trade. Aa array of our gradjiates running shops depending upon us for barbers. Many jobs waiting. Can't be had elsewhere. Write today. Moler Barber CoHpgc. Kansas City, Mo. Term unlimited. WANTED—MARRIED MAN work on farm. E. B. Dutlor. TO WANTED-^-NURSlNG TO DO; 512 N^Buckeye. WA.\TED—FIVE OR ^IX ROOM house', close in; It must be worth the money. Phone 360. WANTED—POSITION AS NTJRSE for in\-alld. Address "H" care Register. FOR SALEHFOR SALE i FOR SALE^FOR SALE FOR SALE—ONE HAT ,"CABINET, 22 feet long with 2 mirrors and 24 drawers.. 7 oak Ublee 3x9. 2 settees. 1 heating stove and pipe. Globe Shoe & Clothing Go. FOR SALE CHEAP—GOOD DRIV- ing or general purpose mare with foal, about 9 or 10 years old; 301 N Washington, lola. FOR SALE—SIX MALE COl^-LIES. four months old: $5.00 each. S. C. Gardner. l.«Harpe. -!- FOR SALE—WHITE NANNY GOAT wagon and harness. Louie U. Klaumann. FOR SALE—R U G S. FURNITURE Stoves. Big stock. Cash or payments Ed Henninger, West Madison. FOR SALE—.VICE. milTE CORN; 60c bushel waRon load. Phone 960. FOR SALE—25 HEAD WLN-TER calves. M. Lowe, Gas. FOR S.ALE—C 11 O 1 C E MILCH cows. I'hohe 605. FOR SALE—PAWNED SUIT CASES I lid trunks as good as new. Unless you ice them before buying, we'll both lose. Blgus Pawn Shop. PICKED WINTER APPLES FOR -sale one mile west of lola; 50c per bushel. Phone 995-3E M. P. Jacoby. F,OR SALE—ABOUT 75 ACRES. % mile from lola on rock road; part under plow; a special snap for quick turn at $22.50 per acre. It will go soon; Who Is the first man for It Call on The Allen County" Investment Co.. lola. Kan. Kelley Hotel Block. ; 320 ACRES HOMESTEAD IN EAST em Colorado, to exchange for lola. La Harpe or Gas City property. This is a good thing. Come in and see us .ibout it What have you to offer. All,on County Investment Co.. lola, Kan. KcUcy Hotel Block. FOR SALE—ALL KINDS OF FEED at the East lola Feed Store. Phone 857. WOOD FOR SALE. PHONE 1949. RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE—IN renewing your Insurance, place some of it with me. I tiiill see that your interests are safely guarded, by writing you In a first class company. Besides, we need the business and will appreciate your patronage. R. L Tbobpson. Phone 142, Over Evans Drug Store. FOR SALE OR TRADE—SO ACRES land li» S. W. Missouri. Also house and lot in AVebb City for loU property. Newby & Co. FOR SALE OR TR.XDE—SMALL 2- passeager automobile. Inquire Pennsylvania Hotel. FOR SALE OR EXCflA.XGE—O.VE good Ford Runabout; just what you want. Will sell for cash or good notes or trade for lola property or in any other town nearby or for land. What have you to offer. Call on The Allen Oounty Investment Co. Kelley Hotel Bl^k, lola. Kansas. fi FOR SALE—HOUSE FURNISH- Ings. rugs, linoleums, trunks, suit cases and combination heaters. Bonnell. 9 N. Jefferson. Phono 1290. FOR SALE-FEW CHOICE OANAR- Ics and new collapsible go-cart. 711 South BuckeycL Phone 130L Fm ^ENT;3£0R^ENT FARM FOR REN-T OR SALE— south and west of city limits. 44 acres. Mrs. 0>L. Stelnman, Lock Box 162. OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT— over Ramsey's Store. Inquire in store. I FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD for one or two gentlemen. One of the nicest homes in the city. Inquire M M. Care of the RSfeister. FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED room for gentleman. 402 E. Madison FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. 604 N. Jefferson. • FOR RENT—FURNISHED RES- taurant and rooms; 218 South street Phone 1220. FOR RE.\T—THREE NICE ROOMS 715 S. Washington. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—SMALL BUNCH OF KEYS. Please return to Register office. Reward. IP THE> PAPER BOY FAILS TO dellTer your paper, call 18 and we will send you a paper by « special carrier, tbe same.eTonlng. UHIIRPE NEWS FOR TOOAY BISINESS yi¥.\ WILL F.WOH FOOT n\U. TK.\M HY TLOSIXi.'. Pltrhrr .\d Hrcnnan Will RHum Homi> Soon.—Uratlt of II. D. Smith nt KHrllt'svillf. LAHARPE : OCT. 14.—To show their approcsiation of a Rood football team, thirty-two business men. which practically includes all, have agrt^-d to close their stores one hour and forty-five minutes each afternoon that a big game i^ scheduled for the Mac-sj Donald grounds. This act-will not only create more interest and insure a larger crowd but will give added zest to the players. The season will open Thursday when Leroy meets the In- vincibles here. All ladies will be admitted free to this tbe opening game. Chester Connett is assisting in the mechanical department of the La- Ha;rpe Enterprise. The Philadelphia National' I^eague • team will leave soon for Cuba for a series of games. Ad Brennan of the Phillies* pitching staff will be nnable to make the trip owing to a recent attack of diphtheria and tonsilitis. He is expected to return to his home here soon. • ; Miss Cora Fitzpatrick, who has been acting as bookkeeper for A. H. Hines for the past two years will begin her new duties as bookkeeixT for J. R. Smith the first of the month. MrB..i5. A. Cowden will leave soon '^or Texas. —A few hlKh-nft Sulky Plows at a Iiargajn. Hines' Hardware. J. L". Shearer will visit his son N »*8- tor in Kansas City this wei'k. at ******* US Just received a select lino of * « .Mri .I.ER-KKLLKK'.S CHOCU. « LATES and BOX BOXS. « Wo also carry a full line of * the celebrated Douglas Choco- B late for your approval. A trial * Is the best Introductory. iK WATEKS& DANFORTH * ling* and Jcnclry. 3t * * * S» * * * *1» 0 * « * 3? 3- BUGS The line is complete—Velvets. Axniinsters and Brussels —the quality the best The patterns arc dainty Orientals and Florals. The colorings assorted. ' All sizes. A pleas-. 3; urc to show. 3; 3- B. R, MABTIX. .» a3 -3 -a *3-3-*3-3-S3-«3JS« Saturday and Sunday with his parents In White Water. Miss IjOla Smith, who teaches at Bayard, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents north of town. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Darnell, who hav been enjoying a. two months' vacation In California will start for their homo here today. ilr. and Mrs. James Daughfrty who reccntlf came here from Washington sUle for a visit with relatives will go to Linn county, Kansas, to make their home. For the roster of dates at the Meth- H. D. Smith, formerly of this cily.'odist church. «oe the n?w bulieUn in died last Friday his home in Bart- lesvlllc after a week's illness with pnji^umonin. The renmins were shipped to this city and funeral services conducted yesterday nfternoon at the nrcnnsn home in I^qyonvllJn. Itncr- ment was in the Oar City ceniet"ry. •A largo number pf the teachers from hero attended tie teachers' as- RocialtoD meeting In lola Saturday. Mr. nnji Mrs. If, J. Netlson spent 4j«ifi3«$3>3««34 3f3«3^3»«3f » 3» 3» 3- a 3? * 3f VOGIE "A insing PerruMe of flowery S? bloom." This week a free sample to all the ladies calling at our store. F. A. fOOkSET FcPKcription Dragglst 3» m m s « Si $ $ $3; $$$$$$ $ 3^ 3f $ 39 $ « frobt of the "U" clothing store. Mrs. R. .M. Nesbitt, after a-week's visit with her son Frnd Noabitt and family returned to Colony Saturday. .Mrs. .Vesbltl will go to Downs, Kansas soon to spend the winter Willi her. daughter. —Fine northern cabbage for kraut, 11 .35 for 100 pounds. Elliott's Grocery. Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Warren, after a two week's stay. In I^HariM have gone to Wheeling. Uo.. before returning to their homo In Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I.amar of Kansas City, sueni Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wood. Mrs. I .Amar Is a niece of Mr., and Mrs. Wood. Miss Florence Welda, of Chicago Is here for an indefinite stay with ber uncle and aunt. Mr. aniJilrff. A. Mason. C Mrs. Wm. Newman, w^ho has been attending the big meeting of tbe.Re- jbekahs at Independence returned home Saturday afternoon. T. W. Flemmlng;- of Ft Scott transacted business here today.,. h. Summera rec^ived^a>letter Saturday from the. Stoddard and Hays families who recently moved' to Ar- 1 ' *• > ' cadla. Fla.. htaling that they would probably return to Uillarpe in the near future. Master Warren Wjilicrs. of Uniontown Is vlsiling his sister. Mrs. ICd Itanfoi-th this week. —For Glasses, seo I. B. Frantz. the Optometrist, at Attuberry's Restaurant Tuesday. October 15th. While delivering growries to the Wilson home Saturday, J. W. Lawrence was attacked by Hlie family dog and was fortunate In escaping with only a slight wound on the loft leg. Ed Thompson of Anderson, Ind., was in towii Saturday sli:iki.ni: hands with old friends, lie is visiting his brotliers in loia. i L. E. Burtrh writes that he Is in possession of hjis new bakery at .Mena. \rk., and is"' well pleased with the place. E. J. Bondy, who has been suffcrini: with ptomaine poisoning is again able to be on the streets. Tlje I. O. O. F. lodge- meets this evening for first degree work. Mrs. E. E. Gates. Mrs. F. E. Remington and Miss Atchison were callers ih lola Saturday. T. W. Julian of Unlontown, was In town Saturd.iy shaking hands with old friends. PEER rBEEK, (.Mrs. .McKlnney). Oct 10.—Mrs. Seals and children of lola made her sister Mr.*?. Allen a i>lea!!adt visit Sunday. Mr. Ba^hiest Wilraoth Is attending, court. He Is one of the jurymen.' Claud Wyatt of lola. is doing his work while ho Is away. Quite a nun^ber from town were .nit gailieriuR nuts Sunday. .Mr. Coiiltraine called at Fackler's .Mr. Jones received a letter fronr his :°on Myron who Js at St. .lohns. Kas.. <tating that crops were good out therp md that they were doing fine. Mrs! Frank RutleilRe's son of near •?avonb)irg visited a few dayn last week, with his mother and family. .Mrs. Joe Schlarnk of near West- ;ihalla visited Saturday and Simda.t with hor sister Mrs. Art Holllngshnad tnd family. While In t'arlyle Tuenday Mrs Kat-k 'or's homo gbt loono from the hitch ••nek and went home. No damage was done. .Mr. Hlril .Ion«» had the misfortune to lose a valuable horse by the animni getting Its leg broken. The young men who attempted the joke on Rosa Smart and her l>enu got the tables turned and "will know bel­ ter next time. Mr. and Mrs. Bird Jones went to lola Wednesday wljere Mrs. Jones /!onsu1ted a physician. She is feeling better at present f Mr. and Mrs. Alli<on made a business trip to lola Mobday. Tbe funeral of. Mrs. Bert Hackett was, preached at Pleasant Valley church Wednesday and- hurlal was made la the PleaMnt Valley oettietery. The relatives have the heartfelt «ym- vatli^y of their pany friends. ' Mre. Frank Rntledge called m Mrs. Jones Fri^a^ of last, week. . THE ours DOINGS AT ens Gin POSTOFFH'E INPEfSTOHS niKCK IP LOSS IX ItOKKEKY. Gnicory Clerk Injured by Acrldent- Xews Xoles and Personals of Ihe CMy. * «* * 3t * * * * as * a? * 3i » 3J 3f 3» 3t- 3* * 3» 3i 34 & 3- Somethlui; new— IXSTAXT POSTILM X« liolling—made In'llic rn|». A dellriuu.x hot drink »er\fA ln!<lantly. .Sold by lAKI. & HI XTER Uus, Knns. 3» 3i « m 31 34 334 UAS CITy. Oct. 14;—.Miss Cora Roberts of tlits city and O. S. Vcrnard | of Lnliarpo. wore united in marriage yesterdJiy afternoon at 4 o'clock at t the bride's home. 10!» N. Stanley j street. Brother Hibbs. of Fort Scott. pai«tor of the Holiness church, performed the ceremony. Only immediate relatives of tbe bride and groom were present. Miss Roberts is a daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. T.' M. Robcru and a former Gas City teacher and has many friends who wish her unbounded happiness. They will make their home in I.aHarpe where Mr. Vcrna!<; is employed. -Mr. and .Mrs. .M. .M. Roberts of Cha-" nute were here to attend the wedding of .Miss Cora Roberts and .Mr. C. S. Vcrnard. I.en GiUenwater. of Humboldt, visited his mother here yesterday. Postoffice Inspectors Messrs .\ll- mon and Johnson, of Kansas CMty. were here Saturday and Sunday Investigating the postoffice robbery and checking up Postmaster McKelvey. Everything was found to be Just a.« Mr. McKetvty's books Indicated and it was also discove^-e;! that no stock was taken. The cash secured by the yeRRmen amounted to exactly $140.22. —Fine northern cabbage for kraut $1.25 per ino lbs. Elliotts Groctry. J. T. Wo«jds. of St. Paul. Is visiting at the n. F. Berry home this week. Tli> funeral services of 11. D. Smith who diej at llartlesvlllo Thur>-ilay. were held at tlie Brennan h<mie in l«^ Harpe yesterctay. Interment oi-cjirred in the Gas CItv cemetury. Mrs. F. 8. McKelvey is not improving very rapidly. Her slow imtirove- nientj is probably due to the shock received on hearing of the r>o.«torfici> robbery, Her mother. Mrs. T. T. Anderson, of lola. will be with.her this week. Rev. N. W. Hamilton has relurneil from an extended stay at Burlington. • We pay Ibe Hivhest Mar. ket Price ler Tounlry ProAare. TRY US! CABL * HUXTER Gas, Kans. . • • i*3J3r3-3-3-3'*3J**«-E3-3i3J James Davis, of north of town, ro- tiirncd last week from Davis and other places in Oklahoma. lie purchased A farm in the southern part 'of the state. J Mr. and .Mrs. Ben Shacklctt entertained the fnUowing at supper Ssitor i!ay eveninz: Mrs. E. C Goble and n\o ciii:(;;cn. Ijjis and Ktnncth. of i I: y .-.i Ucnnelt. of Walla V\..;;:i. j;r,i| Mr am! Mrs Tom (Uir. nr..l fin. Jcnilfl. of this city. Auiiir Wo.iil.-! i'liireic'l a J-liglitv In- i'lrv ve-i.ri'->v' wl er r '^'2 ""iflo birHet penetrated the end of bis finger. The sun was accidentally dlscharked when Archie was putting up a target The 'iccident is not serious enough to keep him from his duties in the Carl & Hunter grocery. J. R. West has returned ,from an extended trip in the vicinity of Mapleton. Ralph Conwell went to Coffeyvllle this morning on a short business trip. Mrs. John Blair, who has been visiting |her sister at Billings. Washins- toR. kince June, returned here last niRlit. She reportis a pleasant visit .Mr! and .Mrs. E. .\. Hunter motored to fiarnetf today to visit Mr. Hunter's parents. Mr. nni^ Mrs. J. E. Hunter. Mrs. Hunter is ih very poor health. Mr. and .Mrs. Roy Roberts of Colony .spent yesterday at the Tom Wade home. A number from here attended the Tea'rliers' Association In tola Satiir-; day ? Osa Hutlon was compelM to kill one of his valuable horses yesterday The animal's leg waa broken ns a result of being kicked by another horso. UKBELM (^APTCRE TRAIX. Jfthnj T. fameriHi. 1»eiUtlir .Stock Bnikrr. Waa KMnapped. ' E' Paso. Tex.. Oct 14.—Rebels late yesterday held up a paasenger train ISO mllea south of Uilr point on tbe Imrder. rifled the mall -and express cars and kidnapped John T. Cameron. wealthy stock broker of El Paso. The train was allowed proceed south.! ' Cameron was on his way to purchase cattle to be imported Into the United States. It is believed he either is bel^' for ransom or to prevent further atook shipments from the 4is- triets held by rebels. 'A Mexican pas- senxeip also was held, op by the rebels, whp; molested no-others, accordiatr to tbareport ^ \_ Op^ine of the Mexican Northwest­ ern railway, after a lapse of trsfflc for a week, caused by destructioir of the road by rebels, makes kno\m large recent losses by the company. \8ide from tbe destmction of many trestles On the line, a train of twenty four cars of choice lumber destined for sale in tbe United States was burned. Tbe loss of tbe lumber train is estimated at ihore than $50,000. Federal troops continue to offer no protection to the railway", remaining in the larger towns .say passengers ar riving here. Some sigiiifieance is at7 iached to the departure to the state capita! of General Antonio Rabago^ commander of the district It is nn- derstood he has been recalled to Mexico City.' Fresh troops not of his com mand are on the way from the city of Chihuahua to replace Rabago*s troops, ow- |.laalhv2 shrd ea shr cmf cmwf (First PubUshed October 14. 1912.) REGISTBATIOX XOTICE. Office of the City Clerk. October 14th. 1912. Notice is hereby given that beginning October 16tb, 1912. this office will be kept open during the noon hour and until 10 o'clock at night for the registration of voters; and at 10 o'clock Friday night. October 2eth. the registration books will be closed for the general election to be held November 5th. 1912. . T. F. ZIEGLER. City Clerk, OBITFARY—JTR.S. E. C. BRISTER. Contributed: Mrs. Elizabeth Collins Dristcr waa horn In KingslKtrry. Somersetshire. England. Jnly 31.'1^36. She died nt I^atiarpe. Kas.. October 9. 1912. aged 76^cars. two months and elisht days. She was married to Thomas Briatcr. April 20. 1857. who died July 28. 1910. Six children survive the union. James C. Brlster. Harry C. Brlster. of UHarpe. Kas.. William R. Brlster. lola. Kas.. Frederick R. Brlster. of Dallas. Texas; Mrs. Eliza D. Donnan, of LaHarpe. and Mrs. Addle .M. Ixigan, lola. Kas.' Mrs. Brlster left England. August 20, 1868. with her family and moved to Aurora. Illinois. Tbe family re-, sided there nntll 1871 when/ they moved to Allen county. KanaasJ .Mrs. Brlster early united with the Methodist church at I..aHarpe of which she was a member to the time of her death. « « 4^ « « • « t ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ • MONET TO LOAJII ^ Will lend on.hoiuehold gooda. pianos, orsana, - 'aewins nwp "> rliines, diamonds and Jewabr. ^ * J.W. CO^ET • . •> Offic^ S«. UO Sortk Stnrt • ^ - •> FHILUF HEIGELB • \* •> HABXESS A5D SADDLSBT'^^'^ •> General Bepnlziss > « U0)& South Street^iola, • - • a II; • « F. L. B. LEATELI, K Ik. • • Specialties: :• • Diaeaaes of the Cheat >^ Diseases of Children Fhraes—Office 147; Bet. U1 • •> lola State Bank Bldg. • • .1 - T.0.CANATSEY Expert Ffanb Tnniiif and Repuiipg, mtk - _ Roberta Uuate Ca FHflKB OT IRA B. FRANTZ tTHK •rTOMETRISr •xciutlve ikt Hluma'B Jewelry Store r Xodem Woodmen! Camp 961 M. W. A. will meet at 7:30 p.' m; from Octoljer 1 to April 1- The meeting tonight will be an Important one. J. H. McMURRAY, V. C. W. A. COWAN Clerk. They .Vake Yea Feel Good. —The pleasant purgative effect produced' by Chamberlain's Tablets and tbe healthy condition of body and mind which they create make one feel joyful. For sale by all dealers. V, • • Mrs. F. L. Saunders, of Colllnsvllle, is visiting with friends in the city. Phone Sie Ml SonUi St.. Carriage and AutonuH bile Painting. Put Oh Rubber Tires and do all kinds of repair work. Biggest and Best Line of JWRIXGEBS, BOELEBS, TUBS, WASHING MACHINES AXB BOABOS : Start Xonday with Good. Equip- I will sell at Pabllc Auction at the Hann Inrm, SH miles east and 1 north of GeneTa. 5 miles wc.xt and • mile;* 9enth of €'olon|r, on , Oct6bei*^17,1912 Beglnnlnir nt 10'o'clock, a. the followinir described properlyf 5 UEAI) HORSES AND XrtES Consisting of l vrarling iiinle, 1 fixe months old,mule. 1 bay horse. 4 years old, 1 roan horse "eight years old. 1 bay mare eight years old. 1 jennet. 2 HBAl> OF C.ITTIK. These are No. 1 Jersey mllll cows, both giving milk. One. Is a 2-year-old heifer the other six years old. Some chickens. FARM IMPLEMOT8. 1 farm wagon. 1 beef wagon, 'i good spring wagona, 1 lister. 1 stirring plow, 3 culUratora. 1 corn sled. 1 mowing machine, 1 hay rake. 1 aet of double harness. 1 heavy set of single harness, I saddle and bridle 1 atack of tame hay. 1 atack of bata. not threshed; prairie hay in bars; 1 range, stove; 1 grindstone: and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE—All sums of $10.00 and under, cash in hand. AU snms over $10.00. a credit of 9 months will Iw given, purchaser giving note wltti approved; security. t>earing 6% interest from date it paidf when due. Jf not paid.when due to draw 10% from date of sale 5 %^:discbunt for cash .on icredit. sale8.^.No property to be reeved until settled, for.. COL. C. BISHOF, Anetfoneer. G. R.BOWI.FS, C^rt, '

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