Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 22, 1912 · Page 6
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In Uhlnp the word nllglon I unv nol i I, , jn^t intimate r*l«- Hfrfon. The Jew »nd tb« Oe»U'\">«Jf Other thing* being equal, the Irre- t'athoHr and the ProtesUnt, each ha\•e^ - a n>IIglon tii which they believe. They also .iVi-' in tho essentials. ligiouB man st^ds a poor chance of getting well when he is sick, while the ... ...... rellglona man frequently gets well in A roliKiuus man may believe that Ituhe moat, astonishing way after the doctors have all given him up to die. With a firm faith in a raUonal religion and an obedient use of the right Is necessaiy for him to use «very means in his iwwer to get well. He may believe that It Is perfectly propert „. ..^..^ for hira to employ doctors, and take remedy a great many hopeless ln\-a- mcdtclncs. But he also believes that could be restored to |>erfect health, w-hen he has done the best he can ^y^„ „ ^^.^ ,j ^, ^ there Is a higher power that has con-i^ religion. But what trol of his affairs, that absolute Jus- ,^ wbuld recommend? lice will be done him. .that no evil', ^. , , thing can befall a good man. He goes;- would recommend dif- forward with-conBdence. sick or well'^f^nl remedies for ^liferent condl- rich or poor, and gets a great deal But the particular remedy that !Kim Superintendent .Tedi^ of The Hays ^perlment Station Gives Some FurthMr Facts' Re^rdin^ the Preparotton of the $bil tp Receive and Hold the Moistui^— When and How to Plow. iHE MOST important step In soil. suffer from drought more quickly than moisture conservation is ' to ] though It had been plowed BhaIIow% • get the water Into the soil." ^ S. B. HARTJIIAV. M. D. - Is there any lie- intiinau lol.ition \ twecri religion and mt'diciKo? Yes, there is. TIic old-time hosier T was. also the liricst. ThooloRy ami medicine have not maintaincMl a S- M'^s: arate existence vci-y I OHR . Th^y uscil .p,-tO be'one. Y PS. 'here is an iniiiiiate 0 Teiatlon between i.'lision iiiiU iiicdi- 1 ' cine. .It iB.wcll kn eats .with, uni! -fured spirit, i |'!'.:'baTc the same .a Mndly mood. • jnedlcine. . If a rT'.jncdidne with BH •n cif ;i ppFBon wlio . f'il!i<'ss and ill-iia- hls food will not -t as if he were in •<.v siHiic is truo of ' •'on swallows a more comfort out Of lif^ than the man who has no religion. 1 ha\'e found myseff saying many times to people who have a chronic ailment: "You need religion as well as medicine. You need faith in an over-ruling providence that . guideB everything to wise ends; that the affliction of disease teaches a lesson that every one should strive to learn." This does not mean that sick people are to ^it down and trust that an over- ruli)lg providence will do everything. Nothing of the sort He Is to use reni- odics guideo by his best Judginent, but in the use of them.he can believe that all things arc well and that in the end all things will come out right. Any nipdicine has a better chance to cure a man who holds such a faith. Some ni<»n are so faithless and unbelieving so lostless and desperate. I'li'if minds so unsettled, that even the . — -ion, has no fultli .in Ills action is mom *t»le«s afraid of, ^y. the one who gives .1: the nicdfdinp,, liost of i.icdicine has little chance lo •it cannot do him as :'i;ich good as it ''o thoin any good. Therefore 1 say jbe had ut^waverlng faith in it. 'lat religion is ofteu quite as neres- r "-The mind has a wondnrtul Influence -.ny as niodici^ie. iliat the want of yi,<)VCr the body. Those who believe Uiat irllKion frequently defeats the action iV=a Ibving Father con;rols the destiny of the best luedicihe. "^.JL I abi interested In dt this time." the remedy that meets more chronic ailments than any other remedy 1 know of. is Peruna. Peruna Is a remedy for that multitudinous group of. ailments that are dependent u|ion catarrhal derangements. I am fumtahing a b<^k on catarrhal diseases which I send to any person free. In this book 1 e.xi>lain quite fully the uses of Peruna. Those who do not care to wait to send for the booklet at this time will And information and instruction as to the general uses of Peruna explained within tlic wrapper of each bottle. Pe-ru-na. Man-a-lln and I.A-cu-iiia inanof.ictured by the Pe-ru-na Company Columbus, Ohio. Sold at al! drug stores. When this has been accomplished, the keei>Ing It there and returning it gradually to the growing crop Is a relatively simple matter. .Many farmera The loose soli dries out and capil- iarltjr Is broken, preventing the furrow-slice from receiving moisture from the subsoil rapidly enough to sustain the growing crop. The depth have yet failed to learn this most Im-1 and frequency of plowing should vary ixirtant fa-.t of Dry Farming. That; according to the nature of the soil, the storing of the mo:sture In the soil \ A light or sandy soil requires less Is the first and great principle of soil moisture conservation. The Arming •nd pulverizing of the soil to prepare depth of plowing and less frequent plowing than a heavy, or compact j clayey or '•gumbo" soil. the eeed-bed, and the surface cultivation of the soil to maintain the mulch, are each without avail unless there has been 6tore<l in the deeper soil a siifflcleDt amount of moisture to sup- • for summer fallow, port the growing croji In time of, .\ long interval between plowing and seeding allows the soil to settle sufllciently. while freezing and thaw- .As a general proposition, plowing should be shallow when it precedes planting only a short time. Plow deep in the fall, and plow deep Sl'ECI.VL NOTICE:—Many persons inquire for The Old-time Peruna. They want the Peruna that their Fathers and^ Mothers used to take. The old Peruna Is now called Katarno. If your dealer does not keep It for sale write the Katarno Company, Columbus, Ohio, and they will tell you all about It drouth. Now the moisture should be stored at all times during the season, but es- peclally during the Interval bMwcen' harvest and planting. This requires early plowing so th.it the soil may be \ In condition to catch the rain and absorb It. In order th.tt there may be room to j rain, deep i receive an<I store a heavy •plowing is desirable, not be done early, the lultivallon of the unplowed land with a disk harrow | will keep the soil in irood plov.inp ion- dilion longer and favors the absorption of rain. ing mellows the raw, hard stibsoti which has been brought to ihe surface. The relative depths of plowing may be stated as follows: Shallow plowing 3 to 4 inches. Mo.liiim idowing S to i; Inches. Peep plowing 7 to S inches. START Jl MK RABBIT RANCH MB. CR.WVKOIin, »>F KANS.IS, TALKS iS KA.N.SAS CITY. Can Knise nnd Fallen Them Kaslly [ nnd iSceK a .Million In Shlpplnc ; Tlirni to the KaMt. • :.T1^ thing that is to roninve |iii< . underpinning fn»ni the market ipiot.-i- .tfi>ns on beef Is the Kansns Jiuk rah- -btt. At least that Is what Mr S ;ninel .• Oi-C^-^wford told the K-.m.-.i.- <'ily |- CTOurnal. \lr. Crawford also says that • li^ has the anaklng of a niipl-.ty nUiy -• ilHle rabbit • ranch near «'!raoo, Ivas.. -aid that he has come to Kansas City -..'ttf: arrange,for cold storage fnrilities /necessary to the handling of "Sun- iJ^flOwer venison," • ,11 may be Mr. Crawford was dream- In;? as-he sat }n - : « lobby of the Hotel Wjiltc yesterdayEtlernoon. looking at M tb>3 rain through a haze,, of cigar " snsoke. He sajs thai he wasn't. In farl Mr .Crawforci w.i': very emphatic In.the declaration tho^ he has a real, bcaa~fide. about-to-be ir-snerous re.s- {•lers'aticn for long-carfiu .rnit's ju the Inynediate \1clnltr c'f O iml that 'fl^.ere'a millions in It." '.ue Mr. s CrAw'fotd a chance to spi>''- : r lilm- > selir. 3; • ^Sounds funny, does it •ys Mr. •.'Crawfoi^d, sajs he. passinp •> .^igars, ;'!but it ain't no joke. X.• am 1 .'-trying to sell stock in the . i.,' ririso. i.^Yoa see I've leased sovr;:i • . adred ^'acr&s of land out in N"r':;v. item 'Kansasi ju^t about V,a]T vay hei'^een iOracc an(| jQuicT:'1ile. • reckr.n I've .4501 as tuainy as lO.flOO J.T.-'.C rabl its in .'Chicken wire incli><uj-e. i 'got C'. t of i '«MB from a rjjbWt -iriv" wHiich I !>rn- ^notea among th« ; -ccojjntrjr. The rest i *ttfAecc from the farn. pUfflre., I hi feeding •. ; fatten up like ste.':-- •.-ton^t^unds In priiiiv r "And talk about y **y; fellows, If y ,.i: K^eetJi Into a stall •'-tit, you don 't know dentlal. that there's goln' to be some canned 'venison' on the market Jusf uBvSoon^ I ran make arraugemonts for a lltlTo packing plant TliAt's some thing new. too, ainl It? Thought so. Hut all you got to do Is to squirt a little California port wine Into every can an' you'll have something that tastes more like venison than deer lui'at itself. • ".lack rabbits is what the world is liunsry for—good old Kansas jack rab Liis. ciirn feil an', drippin' fat—an' there's millions In it. Let's have an- olhe- '-igar." \: ' avvrord was huylii . H .:lnr Kind. Cmild 1 JACK JOHNSON IS PASSING .Negro'd llouot Han Arouurd Publlr Ire and He Is Uolngr Into un Erllpme. Plowing deeper than 8 inches with It plowing can ; j^^, common plow Is not usually prac- tli-able, but the soil may be stirred i I:.' to l.< inehes deep with a ileep tillage piow or subsoil plow, and in heavy soil with hard compact subsoil, such deep stirring may occasionally be dc- A good rule, luit It cannot jjlways , sirable. he followed. Is lo plow when iho soil | when land Is allowed to lie is In such I'ondlilon that It will drop from •he mol.lboar.l in a mellow, friable condition. Deep plowing should be done with purpose and Intelligenco. Loosening the soil by deep |ilo»vlng favors Ihc absorption of niolsinre. but if rains do not <Come in time'siich lan^ will j seed-bed. for a considerable periotl after phiwing before the cro\, is planted, the settling of the soli, together with the surface cultivation to preserve the mulch and the lemeiiting due to rain, usually eJnses the soil to repack anil Arm up lo a Hiifllclcnt extent to make " g"ofJ the three- have been Chicago. Oct. 21.—When Attorney Charles K Krbstcin, representing the nu)thcr of Luclle Cameron, visited .lack .tohnson's saloon today In company with United States deputy marshals to serve subpoenas on witnesses who are to appear before the federal grand Jury tomorrow, the negro pugilist b»«came excited and threatene<l fail.DKN VALl.KV. ! the lawyer with personal Injury. (Mrs- Hattie Gulleit) ! "Throw that lawyer out of the place Oct. 21.- Rev.'c, H. Spurgeou said ! ^'' < will kill him," shouted .lohnson he believed that In dark times God <o "oe of his body guard. Federal of- was making lamps to shine In bright-. "'••"'s protected' the attorney and er days and we I IOIH ' so-political "'"'"^cd the pugilists aped mother and ers ol ';;nt t for S c.r.;s • 1 hoys who '-up :. • om and th^y • -rtcl.ch eifi::' '-r .'.ndition. good eati'.' sunk your K .tii .s .is Jack rnb- wii,,; eatin' is— lkal*s all. Have another ••car? *"Pm going to wait ursti! cold weath- and then begin to kill off those rab >its. I'm going to ship 'em In carload }^}(ttS;to Kansas City and put 'era In cold Tatorkge. Then I'n) going to «ell 'em |i.©nt7for export and for the Now York *Tfld'8. ['"there's million's in this idea. Think •Sot Paris eatin' Mse meat when It lacould be eatin" .1 uk rahblt Think of llBerhn doln' the :^ame thing when it 'might be livlr corn fed bunny.t :TWn.k of .Vew ^ .' s l-:asl Side smack vin'- (JR lips ov( • elgian hare when I^t miight bave pj<i^; healthy meal rals- -ed-'In the oi>en.' where most of jthc jnibblts are gO 'iu -straight to .New ^?yiork. Paris and ii<v)tn. invade London if 1 senough, r "And 1 don't mind lamps especially. Mr. Williams the Register circulator was calling in our vicinity Thursday and visited Harry Boeken's apple orchard, .Mr. and Mrs, J. W, Gull<«tt and Mr. and Mrs. Waggoner called on Mr. and Mrs, Harry^Boeken Wednesday afternoon, Kliss I-ouise Kennedy and cousin called on Ye Scribe and her aunt Mrs. Cusic Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs. Gulleit, Mr. and Mrs, W^II. Adams and son, Mrs. F. B. Kerr and Mrs. Preston of Pittsburg, w^re guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Sherrill Sond Joiiu ;;l'-irlli and family w-ere visitors at the parental Sherlll home Sunday. Harry Boeken filled orders for some of his tine apples Monday, Mr. and Mrs, Blakely visited tlie apple orchard of John Rodel Sunday, A very pjcasant surprise was given for Mrs, Keller on Friday evening, Mr, Xeimyer was cutting broom corn for J. W, GuUett Monday. Ward Kerr is helping Walter Wood with his cow peas, A- party was given at the Dayton home Saturday evening and all report a fine time, W. C. Walker is having brick walks built around his ^ard. We regret to hear of the loss by tire nine employes of the saloon with subpoenas before leaving tlie place. Several important witnesses against .lohnson have disappeared and could not be found today, but federal officers continued their search. The federal grand jury investigation into Johnson's alleged violations of the Mann white slave act is scheduled to begin tomorrow when Luclle Cameron, her mother and twenty-five other witnesses are expected to testify against the negro pugilist. The police have ^•el>orted to Mayor Harrison that Johnson has violated the 1 o'clock closing ordinance a do«en times In the last month and recommended the revocation of his license. Mayor Harrison-has taken the report of the police under consldera- tion, Minneapolis, Oct. 21.— A resolution was adopted by tlie MinneaiHilIs Commercial Club asking the press of the Cnited States to fight Johnson and to bar his name from news stories. The club declared .lohn^on's act a blot on the reputation of the cit.v. The white .girl he is accused of having abducted lived here, .4ustln. Tex., Oct, 21.—There is deep Indignation all over Texas as a result of Jack Johnson'.s escapade with a MIn neapolis white girL This Indignation reached such a pitch here yesterday that a former <;tate official Issued an A LiniE TALK WITH THE WOMEN OF KANSAS This is the time of Ihe year when j'ou can get some good solid comfort out of your Piano. If ybu^ have not ah'eady purchased a Piano come to our 6tore and see our stoclc. Look over our beautiful line of Piano.'^. Hear what a .u:oud proposition we can offer you. We luivt s(»inc ,u:tvod slii^htly used I'ianos tliat are fine and will save yt)ii .'^uiiic money. ORCANS. J8S, .$10, .$12, $1.1 to .$30 J. V. Roberts Music Co. nrK>Ki> i\ .w Kxn.(».sm\. •'-•i Frances K Urown, Extension Hepariment, K, S. .^, C] rily Excellence In health Is a neeessary factor If the work of the house is to I K - kept up systeniatically anil no care that wilt • accomplish this state should b«> . onsldered too little to ub- seive. Iiist.-.i.l o! teeling like a right- . i-iiM|>le or as eomp!ex as the house- j wife wishes. The books may be kept ' by herself or some other member ol , Itie family eenipetcnt to do the work. ' I'.y it a ekar actoiiiit of reeeiiils and j experiditiires must be kept in onler eous ie:uivr '\\ giving up health for j to bo able at any time to sec how- ore's hoi;,-' '.-.old <u t's manifold cares, ', the h'lsiness of the home stands—and the loss oi health should rather be!.what hasiness is there that can exist looked uimn as the evident signs of in the <ommeroial world without failure—a eoiiilltion to be deplored books being kept for it! Would you certainly and to .be reme<llcd Imme-' be willing to deposit money in a bank diatcly. Since it is won;i' more often i where no record was kept, yet by far fnan wo:!; that breaks women down, j the major proportion of your income and worry is fretting over thing.-i, j goes for living expenses. From this Whatever can be done to remove the : proportionate division of the income, cause of worry will be as first aid to i however small it is. and the keeping the Injured and will be one step in of accurate accounts, one may at any the direction of perfecting health, i time satisfy herself that the family Love of money Is the toot of all evil, I is living within Its means. From the it is said, and we might add that lack \ monthly accounts one can tell when • ure { hici t ren y ThU y^A leaky valve |llre station wit! '• Fire Chici' CrenMiii Seiercly luiurcd • ^ ''"''s .nornfmr. tilled the stove «t the h I '.as this uioniiu: Ulii-n Chief Crej'soii op>-ni-d ilir door and threw in a light»d match an exlilosloi: instantly resulted. Tl"- stove I door was blown off and i he pipe w.-i."* knocked down. Before lu> could, es;- cap« the blaze, the fire jchief's hands were severely burned, ire jell I oxpnci to get rabbits of Van Seymour's store in Humboldt, Russell Boyer returned from Humboldt Sunday. He saw the fire in that Cit.V. ; Mrs, Joo Bo.ver visited her son Ed last week, Mrs. Frank M.vers calletl on Yc Scribe Friday. Drlllera are working on a lease on the Ward land near Maxson's new- house. An oil well would be almost as much apprecipted ag a gas well, ?*ock water Is scarce and farmers who have not had to haul water ^r IS years are doing so now. Several tenants in this district will |jV\-It«tton- for ninety-nine other men, tucked Texans, to Join him In a trip to Chicago to "wait on Johnson" IIKItK'S THE CHAMIMOX JERSEY. RoiMilhid Prodnred Over t|it.UOO In Milk and Bnlter In S Yennu Edmonton, Alta.. Oct, ,22,—"Rosalind of Old Basing," a thormighbred Jersey, owned by Julian Sherman of Red Deer. 100.miles south of Edmon- ion. has Just won the title of cham- Bftt of money Is the root of all worry, t'erialiily "Economy of money is often wastefulness of life," This trouble- yf -nie lack ean be removed only In cither of tA -o w-ays, by increasing the size of Ihe income or by a wiser expenditure of it as it exists. To follow the second plan. an<l it is the more Important .one, t'nc first step is to fix one's standard of living and know Just where one's family belong In the scale of civilization. The next step is to make a proper division of the income according to the various needs as controlled by sueh a standard, and then the last aiul iiirle:-! step in the ladder will lu- tn - i •";>ii<'; of the expenditures within the pro |H -r division?. If a proportionate division of the Income is to be made and kept up, it can only be siitlsfactorlly done by making a permanent record of It, To do this, some soi-t of bookkeeping will have to be taken u|>.^ It may be as KNOX Ttl MKTIKE .M.VIUII i, i'i((>lMirg Paner Aiinonnres the Serrc- tary's Intended AVIthdrawal. Pittsburg. Pa.. Oct. 21.—The Pittsburg nisi)atch. for mapy years the or-^ gan of Secretary Knox, announces his (ietermination to retire from gmblic life March 4 next. The statement is f.ia<le In a telegram from Wa--hington over the name of L. W.'Strayer, a Washin.ston i-orrespnndent. wllf^ has been entrusted with a number ol" Secretary Knox's announcements. more has been spent for food than the* Income will warrant. an(l since t food we must have and enough a ne cessity, the only course left open is to buy those articles that will. have high nutritive value though a low market price, until the expenses are once more within the me.ihs. -^Ahd by the way so that we economize in the pur- <;hase and in the preparation, use delicacy In the cooking so that the results are palatable if served witl grace and cheer; the food may be Ithe cheapest and most common, yet it will be eaten with a relish by the family. ^ Saving In this way Is legitimate as long as enjoyment or comfort Is fur- nishcd to the famU.v, and every i>enny that can he eked out by this means can be well employed in purchasing convenient tools that will aid the housewife In her efforts to do her work u>cll at a less cost of time and stre^h. —The Floral Gem Heating Stoves are .going ,•-0 fast that wc can get onlv about hairof what we order. We have a few- new ones In now-. Get one before they are all gone. J, 11, Rilc.v, For County Treasurer .JOHN T; TYLER Pres. lola Business College, Your Support Solicited MOTHE —If uy » you want a real aptombblle, . Maxwell. R. Punn»gbam. !;ng you confi-' >• e agent. - i • i'k : Reo^tly it has hr.-e, dsiiKit'yprovcn fcr e!tpcirinien»» on animals .ihit-alotiiol the gcnnieidil r<-w=r of the In»dy .rad thatjslcohol raralracK^ke white eor- a{ the blood and r-^.ndcrs them unable to taicc cp and destroy diMase ierm. ! germs cause the raa:h o{jovcr-One.haU of the human race.,- . A bkwd mediciae« tccds entirely without aloohol, which it a pure glycerio ez- ' of rvots.such :a& Bloodroot. Queen's root. Golden Seal root. Mandrake anKl 1 root, hi» been extensively sold by druifiiistt for the past forty years-•» Dr. e'a Golden Medical Discoverj-. The rdreshing inOuenoe of .tbb extract is like *•« influence—the Wood is bathed to the tonic whioh i(tves-iiie to tlw bloo*^- Stttf,v|td fire*i«f the body bum bri4(htcr and their incrcMed acdvity coosame* the Kten'mbUafawhieb has accumulated during the wintsr. - ' Dr. R. V. Pierce, the founder of the Invalid*' Hotd and Sut-eical Institute, and a physician o* large esperieno* taad. practice,'was the fir«t to niake up an AcmiATiVB ExraAcr pf root^, without a particle o( alcohol or narootio.'.-t' I plon dairy cow of the Bfttlsh Empire, -producing $1,007.50 worth of cream and milk In three years. The best ..milking of one day was ii2 pounds: change th<^ir residences in tbc spring.'ono month 1,471% pounds: one- year l."i,700 pounds: three- years. 37,847% iwunds; butter.fat, 5.16 per cent; butter production, one' year, 1,031.89 -.'ounds; three years, 2,504.39 pounds. The cow also bor© three heifers, for which the owner has refused $2,000, Rosalltid, bred and bom in Red t>cer, established Canadian records 'or one, two and three years, also for on» month and one day. The animal produced 1,475 pounds of butter.in an official teat for 24< months, earning the title of champion dairy cow of any age or breed in Canada.. The cow now holds all records up to three yeara. Mr. Sfaarman attributes thp remark- =ble production to-excellent care and to the highly aatiafactory climatic con ditions and feed of central Alberta, where grasses are plentiful most of the 12 months of the year and where water is pure and abundant The l-oard of trtade of Red .Deer gave a brnquet in honor of Mr. Sharman the e*;vnlng of October 16. 'A. C, Fraser, manager of tbe Merchants' Bank of fansda. represented the- Edmonton Cut the elover and timothy meadow before the croji giis too mature. If the stalks get woody l>efiire Ihey are cu:, the hay will not -have :he value that it would have if the croi» liad been cut at the projjcr time. While the clover contains a maximum amount of nourishment when ir Is at full, bloom. !he hay Is very hard to cure at that time, becau.se of.the very high per cent of water :hai the idanti No yorng woman. In tbe Joy of! coming motherhood, shotild neglect to prepare ber system for the physical ordeal she is to undergo. The health of both herself and the coming child depends largely upon the care she bestows upon herself during the waiting ; months. Mother's Friend prcparae ihe expectant mother's system for the coming event, and Its usa makes ber comfortable during all tbe; term. It works with and for nature, | and by gradually expanding all tla-; eontain. V onsldering both the amount i muscles and tendoiis, involved, of moisture in the plants and the value i^nd keeping the breasts In good con- to cut clover' brings the woman to the crisis £lect ric. ! none by experienced men. Prices rc.7st>nald,o. • Canfield &-Thonipson With the L. 11. Wishard Hdw Phone as. of the hay. it is bes: when one-third brown. of the heads arsl Good ea.-e consists in doing everj'- thlng from milking and caring for the cows to marketing the butter or cream , as if .voiir vhole life success depended! upon it. la .splendid physical condition. Tho baby, too, is more apt to be perfect and strong where tho mother has thus prepared herself for nature's supremo. function. No better advice could bj. given a young expectant mother than , that she uss Mother's Fiiend; it is a, medicine that has proven its value in thousands of The Old Administration Building at State Agricultural College. **-lt $8 with th« itnitrrt of pfe-jtare. ihat 1 T:ntr to lev yoo tapwof the XJf -t- I«nefit 1 nptini f-u^ tijv- u« e? Jni^bd«» a^ trwaaeatathome.-writes M3f. V. M.Hcv^otl-drg>'*;^jC^^- faodfor-tfarse vtiOTa Irum a .'•>:: -••r.g sore. Consulted lour doctoja Sot ' dead lio«>e must be -ml •> :•- l--:"r- woand wouU Iwal. A kiad niw uaeof the tmimmt thebO« is healed.ai^^ 1 •«>»<WS^«»,?«^£,*^ eves-did. 1 dwaed the wound with Dr. Pjerw . Al'-H«|ltair Sah»md tMh the 'CoUeo Medical Difcoveiy' juid Ptwant PeUeU for nnr trouble*. 1 shall always leeuuuMad'ywir medtciiwa. Or, PicTce'f Pleasant Pellets tcffilte llvee and bowels. I beard of trade.. —Cut Flowers, chrysanthemums, yellow, white and lavendw. at 11.50 and .$2.00 per dozen. Phone 99.)-5. Peckler'8 Greentaonse. We L Newcomb GOOD THlISfGS TO EAT! 4 N. Wash. Phone 161 Our Prift's Arc Ri^ht oil!- deliveries are nirht, our .i^roccrio.s are right Call on Us IJert Kverv time I 4ake a layoff to mind <<tmi- of j cases. Mother's ! Friend is sold at Idrug stores. Write for free tKsok for expect, ant mothera which containa ^^..u •. f^,. --p^.,, .-estrovod a lot of val- i valuable information, and many Bug-1,, i gestions '~t p. belpfnl nattirc.- ' 7SADnEU>RE0IIUTailCC-- W:.|K.-.': my neighbor's (b'.isines.-: I refucn hom.-; only to find much i '!"*'.'"-X 'J^*^ cattle have gotten tint of •;!ial>;'.' .''hnililiory in my fjont yard. •AtIiata.Giu —Beichs Candy at .Mundls Stoi;p. TBE KORTHRDP NATIONAl BANK lOLA, KAXI^iS OTER FORTY YEARS OF CO.VSERtATIVE BAXKIXG IN IC-,A Deposftory for Ihc UnHed .States, State of Kansas, and Allen Conatj E. J. MILX.ER, President MELVIN FROXK. Cashier R. J. COFFEY Asst Cashier CAPITAL $56,00(}.00 OFFIfERS: L. L. NORTHRUP, Vice-Prest F. A. NORTHRITP. Vice-Prest D. P. 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