Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 24, 1912 · Page 7
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• TOEIOIADAILYREGISTERaTHURSDAY^^E^^ WANTS—ALL KINDS WANTS-ALL KINDS FORM LOANS WANTED—I AM prepared to take care of Farm Loans large or small, at the lowest rate to be obtained anywhere. Prlrllege to pay any amount at,any Interest pay- tag time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L. Thompson. Over Evans Drug Store. WANTED—MAN TO WORK ON MY farm. Dr. W. S. Hendricks. FORM LOANS WANTED—I AM prepared to take care of Farm Loans large or small, at the lowest rate to be obtained anywhere. Prlrllege to pay any amount at,any Interest pay- tag time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L. Thompson. Over Evans Drug Store. WANTED—WASHING TQ DO; 517 South First St. | FORM LOANS WANTED—I AM prepared to take care of Farm Loans large or small, at the lowest rate to be obtained anywhere. Prlrllege to pay any amount at,any Interest pay- tag time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L. Thompson. Over Evans Drug Store. WIANTED—MAN OR BOY. PENN- sylvanla hotel. Light work; winter Job. WANT—YOU TO KNOW ABOUT the finest fruit and farming section In Florida. Address H. 0. Gates, Arcadia, Florida. P. 0. Box 20. WANTED—DINING ROOM GIRL at Pennsylvania Hotel at once. WANT—YOU TO KNOW ABOUT the finest fruit and farming section In Florida. Address H. 0. Gates, Arcadia, Florida. P. 0. Box 20. WANTED—5 OR 6 ROOM HOUSE to move off lot Phone 1400. WANTED—MEN TO LEARN BATl- ber trade. No limit to term. Tools given. Wages while learning. You can Join UB with assurance you will succeed. We have received praise from thousands for our benoflclal course. Investigate now. Molar Barber College. Kansas City. Mo. WANTED—5 OR 6 ROOM HOUSE to move off lot Phone 1400. WANTED—MEN TO LEARN BATl- ber trade. No limit to term. Tools given. Wages while learning. You can Join UB with assurance you will succeed. We have received praise from thousands for our benoflclal course. Investigate now. Molar Barber College. Kansas City. Mo. WANTED-A THRASHER TO thrash alfalfa. A. L. Townsend, phono a92-42. WANTED—MEN TO LEARN BATl- ber trade. No limit to term. Tools given. Wages while learning. You can Join UB with assurance you will succeed. We have received praise from thousands for our benoflclal course. Investigate now. Molar Barber College. Kansas City. Mo. WANTED—TWO ROOMS FURN- Ished for light house keeping for two adults. Inquire 224 South St WANTED—TO !UTY A SECOND hand buggy. Sec IK>P corn man at Elite. — WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR housework; family of four; must be good cook and furnish references. Good wapc!!. Mrs. R. S. Ticrnan, Fort Scott, Kan. WANTED—LABORERS FOR FOUN- dry work; wages $1.75 to $2.00 a day: steady employment. U. S. Radiator Corporation, .Paola, Kas. — WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR housework; family of four; must be good cook and furnish references. Good wapc!!. Mrs. R. S. Ticrnan, Fort Scott, Kan. WANTED—LABORERS FOR FOUN- dry work; wages $1.75 to $2.00 a day: steady employment. U. S. Radiator Corporation, .Paola, Kas. FOR SALE—FOR SALE WANTED—GOOD LATHERS. Inquire Frank M. Kelly. 410 W. Jackson. Phone 856. . FOR SALE—FOR SALE WANTED—GOOD LATHERS. Inquire Frank M. Kelly. 410 W. Jackson. Phone 856. . ' FOR SALE OR TRADE—BLACK ir..ire pony for good bicycle or buggy. FOR SALE^^^WR SALE ! FOR SALE—FOR SALE J FOR SALE—HOUSE FURNISH- Ings, rugs, linoleums; trunks, suit cases and combination heaters. Bonnell. 9 N. Jefferson. Phone 1290. • FOR SALE OR TRADE5-G00D farm. . Phope 630. FOR SALE—HOUSE FURNISH- Ings, rugs, linoleums; trunks, suit cases and combination heaters. Bonnell. 9 N. Jefferson. Phone 1290. • FOR SALE—CHOICE MILK COWS. Phone COS. ^ FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT IN LaHarpe. 3 room house, east front, two poarches, cistern, etc. Phone 99822, lola. FOR SALE—CHOICE MILK COWS. Phone COS. ^ FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT IN LaHarpe. 3 room house, east front, two poarches, cistern, etc. Phone 99822, lola. FOR SALE>—GOOD FOUR ROO.MED cotage to be moved; $175.00 A\Thltaker & DonncII. RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE—IN renewing your insurance, place some of It with me. I will see that your In- teresU aro safely guarded, by writing you In u first class company. Besides, we need the business and will appreciate your patronage. R. L. Thompson. Phone 142. Over Evans Drug Store. FOR SALE>—GOOD FOUR ROO.MED cotage to be moved; $175.00 A\Thltaker & DonncII. RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE—IN renewing your insurance, place some of It with me. I will see that your In- teresU aro safely guarded, by writing you In u first class company. Besides, we need the business and will appreciate your patronage. R. L. Thompson. Phone 142. Over Evans Drug Store. FOR RENT—FOR RENT RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE—IN renewing your insurance, place some of It with me. I will see that your In- teresU aro safely guarded, by writing you In u first class company. Besides, we need the business and will appreciate your patronage. R. L. Thompson. Phone 142. Over Evans Drug Store. FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. 604 N. Jefferson. RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE—IN renewing your insurance, place some of It with me. I will see that your In- teresU aro safely guarded, by writing you In u first class company. Besides, we need the business and will appreciate your patronage. R. L. Thompson. Phone 142. Over Evans Drug Store. FOR RENT OR SALE—FURNISH- od restaurant and rooms; 218 South Street Phone 1230. FOR SALE—TEAM. WAGON AND harness. Frank Boyer, 4 miles south of LaHarpe, Kas. FOR RENT OR SALE—FURNISH- od restaurant and rooms; 218 South Street Phone 1230. FOR SALE—TEAM. WAGON AND harness. Frank Boyer, 4 miles south of LaHarpe, Kas. LOST AND FOUND. FOR S.\LE—ONE GAS HEATER cheap. Call at 411' South Elm. LOST AND FOUND. FOR S.\LE—ONE GAS HEATER cheap. Call at 411' South Elm. LOST—GOLD BAND RING SOME where In the north part of town, near Buckeye street. Return to Register office. Reward. R. Walls. FOR SALE—35 PIGS AND SHOATS and fresh cow. W. B. Wlllson. Phone 98r..l2. LOST—GOLD BAND RING SOME where In the north part of town, near Buckeye street. Return to Register office. Reward. R. Walls. FOR SALE—35 PIGS AND SHOATS and fresh cow. W. B. Wlllson. Phone 98r..l2. Curd of Tlianks. We desire to 'thank our friends and neighbors and also the Post for their kindness and sympathy during the sickness and death of our dear husband and father, and for the lovely flowers.—-Mrs. J. W .Arnett. Mr. J .E. .\rnett, Mrs. Maude Hlestand, Mrs Tll- iic Wolfe. IF THE PAPER BOY FAILS TO deliver your paper, call 18 and we will send you a impcr by a special carrier the same evening. Curd of Tlianks. We desire to 'thank our friends and neighbors and also the Post for their kindness and sympathy during the sickness and death of our dear husband and father, and for the lovely flowers.—-Mrs. J. W .Arnett. Mr. J .E. .\rnett, Mrs. Maude Hlestand, Mrs Tll- iic Wolfe. FOR SALE—GOOD FARM HORSE, lola Laundry. Curd of Tlianks. We desire to 'thank our friends and neighbors and also the Post for their kindness and sympathy during the sickness and death of our dear husband and father, and for the lovely flowers.—-Mrs. J. W .Arnett. Mr. J .E. .\rnett, Mrs. Maude Hlestand, Mrs Tll- iic Wolfe. FOR SALE—TWO FRESH MILCH cows. J. C. Butcher, phone S80. Curd of Tlianks. We desire to 'thank our friends and neighbors and also the Post for their kindness and sympathy during the sickness and death of our dear husband and father, and for the lovely flowers.—-Mrs. J. W .Arnett. Mr. J .E. .\rnett, Mrs. Maude Hlestand, Mrs Tll- iic Wolfe. «I3f A BAD ViAY" Many n Record.Register Reader Will Feci Gniteful for Tills information. If your back gives out: Becomes. lame, weak or aching; If urlnar>- troubles set iir. Perhaps your kidneys are "in a bad way." >»on't delay—use Doan'a' Kidney is good evidence of their htrc worth. J. A. Rumbley, 20.N. Highland St. Chanute, Kas., says: ' "For many years my kidneys were weak and disordered and the secretions from these organs fiassed too frequently and contained sediment. My hack ached so Imdiy at times that I could hardly stand erect, and 1 rested 80 poorly that when I arose In the morning. I was.all tired out Irtrled medicines of various kinds but received no relief until I procured DOan 'F Kidney Pills. After taking them a short time, my pains and nclics disappeared and uiy kidneys became nornml. At that time I publicly endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills and as I have taken them off and on since then with great benefit, I willingly confirm my former statement." For sale by nil dealers. Price .lOc. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo N. Y.,| sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doans—and take .no other. I B. J. Roha left this afternoon for ! Pittsburg to attend a meeting of man phone exchanges The cession lasts REVIVE MO. VIILLEY LEfliUE .Meeting at Pitt.-*bnrg to TailJ^ League Bail, and lola .Said to Be inrlnded In Deal. XONET TO LOASI 4 Win lend da iooaatiold goodsi '4 piaaoa, organs, aawins m»- 4 rtaines. diamonds ud jewdry, 4 J. W. COFFET • Omeet Bo. UO Sartb Btnet • • Pittsburg. Kas.. Oct 23.—A meeting, will be held November 10 at the Hotel I* Stilwell for the purpose of organizing the towns of this district Into a baseball league. E. N. Bailey of Kan- j • las City, Is promoting the venture and * he proposes to revive the old Missouri j Valley League. | Baseball promoters In many towns; .•liive been talked to about the plan i and they are very enthusiastic. Rep-! rosentatlves will be here from Car-! thage, Webb City, JopUn, Galena, Fort Scott. lola. Parsons and Nevada. It is believed that a salary limit can be placed on teams so that financial iffairs can be managed more easily. "Pittsburg will be willing to do anything it can to further the plans," said lohn T'. McNeill, secretary and treas- ^ urer of the local club. "Wo want to, * investigate conditions and determine The outlook before we sink any money, however." , I FHULIF H£I 6 ELI • HIBNESS Ain» SADBLEBX « • Geaaral Beiudrliif « • UO)S Soatli Btre«tr-Iola, Bu. • F.Ii.B.LSlTEU.,KJ]|, •» Specialties: g isaases of tlis Chest lieasss of Children \ X-RAY Ffcsnes—<Ofiiee 147; B««. 117 lola State Bank Bids. • • • • «««««^«444«••••••• T. 0. CANATSEY . Expert Piano Timiiiff 1^ Bepairing, Wltk • Roberts Music Oa TEACHERS TO ONE MEETIXG, AT TOPEKA SEXT 3I0M1L Mr. Frank .Spradley's Sister Dead at Gamett—Personal Mention of LaHarpe Folk. Try "Our Own" COLD TABLETS They cure In one day. WATERS & DANFORTH Drugs and Jewelry a- Si * 3! iJlHARPE. OCT. 24.—The Mutual igl3r*3-3-3-3!*3-«*3 -«3t*«3t Improvement club had an jnteresUng meetlbg with .Miss Wilson Tuesday evening. The club decided to hold their next meeting next Tuesday evening with Mrs Ruble as the regular meeting night comes on election day. The-subject next Tuesday will bo "Hal lowe'en." The revival meetings at the Baptist church closed Tuesday. Rev. Carlton, wlio lias been succejisfully conducting them, returned yesterday to bisc home In Oklahoma City. Mr. Jones, the violinist, will give the second number of the' lecture course this evening In ihe Methodist church. —E^t a good chicken pie supper with the Methodist l.*dlo.s Friday evening in the Mitchell building. Heretofore the l .j4Harpe teoeliere havcbcen attending the Southeastern Teachers Association held at some city In this part of the stae. but this year they will attend the State Teachers Association held at Topeka. the 7th and Stb of next .month. As these dates come on Thursday and Friday It also means a holiday for the children. The Methodist ladles are making preparations for their chicken pie supper tomorrow evening. Claud Jurj-, of Gas City, visited his father. Mayor P. W. Mury, yesterdayT" Harry Evrans. of Pleasanton, transacted business here yesterday. The societies of the high school will give a program Friday evening in the high school building. Don't forget the chicken pie supper given by the Methodist ladies Friday evening In the Mitchell building. Mr. Prank Spradlej''was called to Gamett yesterday morning on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. Minnie Rice, -who died of typhoid fever. Mrs. Spradley left last ni^ht to attend the funeral which was held there this afternoon. •> • •> • • * • • * •> •> * ••• ••• * * * FELT MATTRESSES .SCHOOL TEAW DEFEATED BIT PROVED TO HE STRO.NC. W. C. T. r. Will Discuss "Woman's Place In World from Bible Stand point."—Personalsi. The Layer Felt Mattress is the best sold anywhere. Wo have them for $6.75 cash. Heavy coil l»cd springs guaranteed "for twenty-flvo years at $2.75. * LAUARPE FIRMTrRE STORE « H. R. Martin, Prop. GAS CITY. OCT. 24—The town hoys yesterday defeated the high school foot ball team by a score of 7 to 0. The strength the high school Iniys displayed in this gaimc will probably encourage the muiiagenient to sccnrc a few games with neighboring towns The high school team is composed of about six eighth gradi' boys. The teams will clash again one afternoon next week. Mrs. N. Koll received a letter from Mr. Koll who was called to Thtresa, Wis., on account of the illness of his mother, 8t -iU:i'g that Ills niutlior wuf> gradunily growing worse and it would bo some time before he could return ho'ue. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Roberts, who have been spending the summer In Colorado returned home yesterday. I The W. C T. IT. will meet tomorrow At this writing ChaHie As^hlcy was | afternoon with Mrs. T. i). Summers reported about the same. ; of north McRae street. The subject AI'XT JEMLHA'S PANt'AKE FLOUR (Self Rising) Per Pkg., 10 and Mc CARL & nCNTEB flns. Knns. m 33» » • 3!3!3J3-3-*3J*3-««3-3-*3-3-3t The Salvation Army. Hat'c you. any secondhand clothes vou would like to give as a donation to the Army for the Rummage Sale in your city, if so please call Bell telephone D43 as soon as possible. LIEUT. A. PEDERSOK, Assent Delos Clark. —Rayo Lights help to protect the eyes. Got them at A. H. HIncs. The school children in Mrs. C. K. I/!e '8 and Miss Fannie Benn'srocm en- . joved a half holiday yesterday. The' .or discussion will be. "A Woman's place In the world from a Bible Stand point." Those Interested in th<> sub- Ject are urged to attend. . G. E Kessler, of Kansas City, Is vis teachers visited the lola schools In ' Iting F. L. Hawley. order to learn new mctho <l8 and help! Mrs. Clinton, of Concreto Is enjoy- ful Ideas in conducting their rooms. | ing a visit from her mother and sister In turn most all the rooms will die- j of Moran. miss one-half day to give the teachers —Boys $5 Overcoats $3.50 this week a chance to visit other schools. , at the Model. ^ —Buy your winter supply of- pota- | The Will Usury and George Jacob- toes now; 6Sc per bushel. Freight paid j son families who recently moved to to Gas City on five bushels or more, j Carlyle are preparing to return to this Elliott's. lola. . city to live Harry Wilson Is not able to be at j The hieh school music class will re- his shop. Clyde Taylor is assisting • hearse "Pinafore" in the high school Mr. Shaul. • rooms tonight. —Ask for Marr's Purity Bread at, Mrs. John Blair and children went W. S. Ford's^ to Coliinsvilie yesterday to Join Mrl A ten-pound son was bom yester- i Blair -ind make their bomt. day to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Johnson.' Uan Kumbro. of Basin. Wyo., is here spending Ihe week with Mr. and Mrs. P. n. RUSSHH, Miss Dixie Wade has gone to Colony 1.T spend the winter. G. W Rowden la pai)ering and making numerous other Interior improvr- nienis at the F. O. Russell rnsldenco. C. Denton, of Colony was down in his automobile yesterday. .Mrs. R. A. Bown has pone to Ottawa for a week's visit. H. B. CoodnnuKh of Chanute. visited at tho H. S. Perry homo yesterday. Mrs. Bertir Johnson Llsko, of Gilford. Mont. Is expected today for a visit with her parents. Mr. and .Mia Peter Johnson of South Gas Misses Bl.inche Wade and Ida Kin- mnn visited In Colony vesferday. Mrs. J. J. Wfay of north of town is reported seriously Hi. $ a S « « » 3-* * * 3-a a * S S S 33- 3; 3r Tbe highest point of woman's happiness is reached only through motherhood, in the clasping of her child within her arms. Yet tho mother-to- be is often tearful of nature's ordeal and shrinks from the suffering ind. d'-t to Its cor-uc-n?.tron. But for iVa : . '. C.-TOir.inrt': nature C •. :'ad lu Motlier'a ')" iou ;•. mediciao of n-;i:rca p:ov :2o8 I Frirr.d k i" GaETS SURELY STRMGHTENYOU OUT formerly of here, but now of Independence: Mrs. Johnson was formerly Mith Barker. for an extended visit With his sister Mrsi Stokesberry. Tho lola and Gas City Dancing Club OLD FCRMTCBE looks like nflw with one coat of ritraini Sole Proof Colored Yamlsk. •mil nat crack nor mar when used on floors. 3»c M pints SOe pints. For Sale by F. A. COOKSET Dro ^Ht LaHarpe _ _ _ KaBsas. lith BarKer. I , Dr. J.,F. McGill returned last night i will give their first dance this even- after a short visit with his family in | Ing in t :ie Moose hall. I.awrence. I Harvc Conor injured his hip quite .Mrs. N. Koll. of Gas City, was a i severely yesterday as n result of fail- guest of Mrs. J. H. Parkhurst yester- ing from a nigh rafter at the loir. Port day. «i land Cement company's plant He. will —Jtist received a shipment of Mnn- be off duty for some time sing Union Suits for men. wonun adn' James Evcrly.lcrmerly of this city.! children. Come while the sizes are but now re.s'.ding west of the river complete. C. W. Frledley. was in t »wn yesterday shaking h^ds J. M. Post has just finished a wood, -.vith old friends, and coal shed for Mr. L. H. Daggett Claude Jury was visiting his father P. F. Penland shipped a car of hay in LaHarpe yesterday. Los Flowers has gone to Collinsville in search of employment to Kansas City yesterday. -Those dllmax Egg Ringlets. Try them in soup. Five cents package at W. R. Mltcaiell's. _ - , Mr. and Mrs. I^ E. Chezem spent ^$35** 3? « »|la8t night at the S .M. Martin bom«. —Buy your winter supply of Potatoes now; 70c per bushel. Freight pa'd to IjiHarpe on five bushels or more . Elliott's, lola. Xo lleadache, Rillonsness Fpset Stomach, Lazr Liter or Consllpat cd Bowels by Morning. J Are you keeping your, bowels, liver I and stomach clean, pure and fresh with cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway through these aiimentarj- or drainage organs every few days with Salts, Cathartic Pill», Castor Oil or PurgaUve Waters. Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let Cascirets thoroughly cleanse and reg ulate the stomach, remove the undigested, sour and fermenting food and foul gases, take the excess^bilc from .the liver and carry it out of tbp system ail the decomposed waste matter and poisons in the intestines and bowels. A Casciret tonight.will mato? you feel great by morning. They work while you sleep—never gripe, sicken or cause any inconvenienc<> and cost only; 10 cents a box from your drag- gist.: .Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never haS-e Headache, ^iUonsness, coated I tongue, Indlgeation, Sour Stomach ori Constipated Bowels. Cascarets belong, in every household. Children Just 'love to take them. jtroct vu ..: to tvcry c xpc.:aat mother. It 13 ai cmuUlon for external application, composed of ingredients which act with beneficial and sooth. Inr effect, .on those portions of the system Involred. It is intended to prepare the system for tho crisis, and thus retlovo, in -great part, the suffer- lag through which the mother usually passes. The fegular use of Mother's Friend will repay any mothered the comfort it affords before, and the helpful restoration to health and strength it brings about after baby comes. Mother's P.-lend' is for sale" at' 3rug B'.ores. Write for our free book for jxpcctant' moth-' ers wh-ch (Contains much valuable information, a&d'many suggestions of a helpful patore^.. • ^KADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atbsb. Gs. Are We Downbenrted? "Here is the way the University Daily Kansan comments on the recent defeat of their team by Drake University: Oh dismal Joy, oh darkest gloom;' Old Bill Bluefunk Is on tbe boom, the Drake team hit us In a bunch and used us for their midday lunch. However, (as the profs do say), we have some cause to chort this lay. for Ames cleaned up old Mizzou. and Minnie slammed Nebraska too. "The.other two not hit much worse, so stow that noise about the hearse, and when we grip that Tiger's tall, we'll twist out such an awful wall, that old Missouri in her pain will hand over her'goat again. Fortunes In Faces. . —There's often much truth In the saying "her face is her fortune" but Its never said where pimples, skin eraptlons, blothes, or other blemishes disfigure it Impure blood is back of them all, and shows the need.of Dr.i King's New Life Pills.. They promote' health and beauty. Try tbem. 25 cents at all druggists. Preparing for 1916. A special correspondent of the New York Evening Post, writing from Chicago, says: "It may be said that neither Cokmel. Roosevelt nor any of tho experienced politicians who surround him expect to carry Illinois or any other important stnte, with tlte possible exception of California and Kansas! From sources close to the candidate It is learned that Colonel Roosevelt will be satisfied it he can complete the demoralization of the Republican party." —Mrs. Paul Wehllng, 816 .*«mlth St. Peoria. 111., had kidney and bladder) trouble, with terrible backache and pain across the hips. .Just lina^no her condition. She further says: "I was also very nervous, bad headaches and dizzy spells, and was fast getting AUCTIOirEEBt JL IK ColIlBS General Farm Sales; Ltvestoclc a specialty. SatisfacUon "guaranteed. Address, Carlyle, Kas. • • • * «9: * t • • • • •Atjfc • t _ 3 ;sL Coal, nni 1fM4 ^^Mtmt Contrfnatlon- Coal- aB ^'ftas, Hot Blast ipd Air Tiglifa ECOXOMT BANGES Bom's Combinitloa Coal and Gu BaDge— tbe bert made. FricM Blgitl 11ieE:B.«(]sIiardHdw. Farm Ij^ml'- . i,- Lowest Bates Branch ^CRfice of TheHeitbi;, Mortgage Co. Topeka, Kaas.' Optional /Payments, Any Time.. Will Let 507o of Land Value. BEST LOAN »' ALLEN COUNTT . -i . . .SEE ^. • ;, ^ lOLALrAND qO .I —3~ —^5 ' DiAB. FRANTZ THB •TTOMBTNIVT At HMWa'a JeweliT Btort Saxes Leg ef Boy. ana aizzy speiis, una was HWI BVIUUB I —^"It seemed that my 14-year -«ld worse when I took Foley Kidney Pills j boy Would have to lose his leg,, on ac- and now all mv troubles are<»cured. i count of an ugly ulcer, caused by a Foley Kidney Pills have done«o much bad bruise." wrote D. F. Howard, for me I shall always recommend Aquone, N. C. "All remedies and dOis- t1>. T\«.» * - #allA ,l : fill 'VA trlMl them.' Store. For r,ale at Burrell's Drug tors treatment faUed till we trtett Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and cured hita with one box." Cures burns," bolls, skin Mr. and Hrs. Lute Lewis and -Mrs: {eruptions, pUes- 25c at all dmggisfa. Hugh Means, who have been here sev-' eral days visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B erai nays visiung a .r. a..u v.. IF THE PAPER BOY FAILS TO Spencer, left today for their homes In ; deliver your paper,<all 18 and we Lawrence, driving Lowis auto. through In . the 1 send yon a paper by a spectol career I the same evening. .- oing to Kansas City, or " b ^rona, jroiiTl find tlwT^^a^ train the toost convenient. Leaves lola- Arrives Kansas City- -1.05 p. -5.0S p. nu TA* nrfjr mrrimml m Kmnamm ^City mttahUa you to mmka mO tia important coitmcfwnj tkmrm, > • t ^ -I The nexf time inalm the trip TIB ^ Katy to KanMM City Fw'farw mai m (nival Iwimn ^itimt tm» or writ. A. A. MoSher, Ticket Agent, M. K. & T. Ry. lola, Kwu

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