Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 25, 1912 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, October 25, 1912
Page 7
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'mEIOIAPAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENtNq OCTOBER 25,1912. "We Had Quite a Crowd, but It Was the Wrong Kind," Says Felix to Fink. PI WANTS—ALL lONDS WANTS—ALL KINDS ' FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE-^FOR SALE FOR SALE—FOR SALE FORM LOANS WANTED—I AM prepared to take care of Farm Loans larse or small, at the lowest rate to be obtained anywhere. Privilege to pay anr amoont at any interest paring time. See me and get terms and ratif. before placing your loan. R. L. Tbompson. Over Evans Drug Store. j WANTED—MAX TO WORK ON MY j farm. Dr. W. S. Hendricks. I WANTED—DIXIXG ROOM GIRL at Pennsylvania Hotel at one* WAXT—YOU TO KNOW ABOUT the fineot fruit and farming section in Florida. Address H. G. Gates, Arcadia. Florida. P. O. Box 20. WAN-TED—MEN TO LEARN BAR- ber trade. Xo limit to term. Tools given. Wages while learning. You can join us with assurance you will succeed. - We have received praise from thousands fcrr our beneficial course. Investigate now. Molar Barber College. Kansas City, Mo. WA.NTED—A THRASHER TO thrash alfalfa. A. L Townsend, phone j 992-42. WAXTED—TWO ROOMS FL'RX- ished for light house keeping for t\»o adiilcs Inquire Hi South St. WAXTED—TWO MEX FOR LEVEE j work at St Paul, Kan. . .\bout two : months* work; wages $l.r>0 per day. . .\pply at once. The -Allen County In' vestment Co. Kelley Hotel Bldg, lola, Kans. WANTED—TOJ hand bupgj-. Elite. , BUY A SECOND corn man at WANTED—GOOD LATHERS. IX- nuire Frank .M Kelly, 410 W. Jackson Phone S56. WAXTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR housework; family of four: must W good cook and furnf.<!i references. Good wages Mrs R S Tiernan, Fort Scott, Kan WAXTED—EVF.RY PYTHI.\X SIS- ter at K. of P hali Saturday nigrht, 7 o'clock ' WAXTED—3 OR 6 ROOM to move off lot. Phone 1400. HOUSE FOR SALE—HOUSE FURXISH- ings. nigs. linoleums, trunks, suit cases and combination heaters. Bon- mell. H X. Jefferson. Phone 1290. FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT IX LaHarpe. 3 room house, east front, I two poarches, cistern, etc. Phone 99S- 22, lola. ' RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE—IN J renewing your insurance, place some I of It with me 1 will see that your lu- jterests are safely guarded, by writ- I ing you in a first class company. Besides, we need the business and will I appreciate your patronage. R. L. I Thompson. Phone 142, Over Evans j Drug Store. ' FOR SALE—OXE GAS HEATER ' cheap. Ckll at 411 South Elm. FOR SALE OR TRADE—GOOD farm. Phone 630. I FOR SAIJC—CHOICE MILK COWS. , i Phone 605. ] FOR SALE—GOOD FOUR ROOMED j cotajte to be moved; H'JVO Whitaker ,' & Donnell i FOR SALE—BEST TEAM OF TWO-: y*>ar-ofd mule?" in the country s. E. j .MrOinnis. I^Harpe. Ka». FOR SALE—ro^^ FOR SALE—MY HOME, YOUXG row and White Wyandotte chickens W-ll sacrifice for quick sale. Cora B Gritzner. 903 S. Washington. ! FOR SALE—3.-. PIGS AXD SHO.\TS 'land fresh.cow. W. B. Willson. Phone i 955-12. ! IF THE PAPER BOY FAILS TO deliver your paper, call IS and we will i send you a pat)er by a special carrier the same evening i FOR SALE—GOOD FARM HORSE jlola l..aundry FOR S.\LK— 4'AR OP XORTHERN potatoes, ti.' cenl.s |<er bushel in flvp- bushel iot.s or ov*r;-, delivered. Exlfii fancy, well matured and will keep. • Bigus Fruit Store, first door south of Kress. Telephone 293. , < FOR RENT—FOR RENT ! FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS i 6>>t X Jeffprson LOST AND POUND. IXJST—GOLU^U.\XD RING SOME where in the noJJh part of town, near i FOR SAL.E—HOUSEHOLD GOODS of all kinds. Cheap for cash j21 S Second St Buckf'ye street office Reward. Return to Register i R Walls. FOR SAIJ2—GOOD MILCH COW; slT N. Colbom. • >!J.-... RESinE.\CE FOR SALE OR one of t!ie best homes in sourh- I. :-. Kansas; well located In thriving ' county s>»at town Wll! take land or desirable lola property. T. B. Shannon, lola. Kas. ; FOR SALE—AUTOMOBILE SUIT• able fi >r touring car. runabout or <!e; liv.?ry si -rvices. In fair condition. Very I cheap. Call at .Marrs Bakery. FOR SALE—GOOD 1 XCUB.\T 0 R. ! Also some Rhode Island Red roosters; ( .105 X. First St. THE.IP V.KRMS IX ALLES COCXTT.' SO A 3 miles Moran; fair improvements, $3.00D 1*50 .\. near Geneva; good improvements. J6,0li<). . S'> A 3 miles lola. all level, black j land in cultivation unimproved. $3200 : Unlmprov^l 4U. level land. 11200 , Th.s.. are all bargains Why rent ni'.oti lou can buy them on good t.TlCS? K J UV I..\XD COMP.\XY The Kansas CJty Times may be pre- , sumed to quote candidate Brady cor-' rectly. Of his speech at Kansas City Kansas, last night, the Times says: "Mr. Brady coiifined his address almost entirely td the new party. He asserted the reasons for such a movement 'was the crying needs of a new party.' and took up the platform especially as to the tariff. , The spirit of the new movement is not one of revolution, but one of evolution he f^Xr plained. We plan to place the government und^r the control of thf people through the initiativf, rrf>>r«'ndum, primaries and recall.'" Travis Morse w.»nf to Elgin, Kas.. this afternoon on busiufss. mmiBPE, NEWS ' FOR TODW' ELVER MTERS CARRIED TO .* (ilRL AT LHVBE>CE. ^^^•rS^^wSSS^*****' tertained a few friends at dinner yes- 5 S terday in honor of Mrs. W H. * Vaughn's birthday anniversary. C. E. Pennington is excavating f I a big storm cave on his place in ^inorthMst |)art of town. THE DAY'S DOINIiSIIT ens Gini Try 'M)nr Own" COLD TABLETS They core lo one day. for the .«0> OF DIES FORMER GAS TITY GIRL AT JEKFEB.HO> CITY. Sehoul Team PUfine at.KIae .Mound Today—Alex Tasrarf* Baity Dead at Ciuuinte. WATERS k DANFOBTH Drners Md Jewelry LAHARPE, OCT ::.V— Dr. J F Mc- ; Gill who has been visiting In Lawrence tells of the marriage of Elmer • Myers to a Lawrence girl Wednesday evening. Mr. Myers formerly conducted a photograph gallery here and has many friends who wish him welL He la in business at Burdette. Kas.. where they will live. Clarence Roush of Horseshoe Bend fa working tor .viaicom and Hutchinson south of town. ; —EUt a good chicken pie supper with the MethodUt Ladies Friday evening in tht> Mitchell building. W. R. Mitchell was In lola yesterday A larg^' and appreciative audi.-nce board J. M. Jones, violinist Isst evm- ing at the Methodist church. This was the second numbf-r.of thf* .locture cour»«' —Ray <i Lilt.*!:.* .^..>;p to protect th«> eyes. Get them at A I! Hines A football t»>am composed of hich .school boys went to Blue Mound to compete with rhe high school team there. Th* (rnm«> here a short time ago resulted in a tie and a .good game is expected * .Mr* S. E. Wooden of Wichita. Mrs Charlie Snell. of Wichita and .Mrs. E Hensley. of Leroy. mother and sisters of H k Wooden ar» visiting a: the Wooden home. Tht infant child of Mr. and Mrs Alex Taggan of Chanute. formerly of this city, died Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taggart. Mrs. P. E. Godown. Mrs. Bert Shaul. Mrs A. J Mead. Miss Eva Gilbert and Charlie Tasgart of th: scity attended the funeral at Chanute Wednesday. Mrs. H. E. Patterson after a visit nith her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Xeilson. returned to her home in Aitoona yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Danforth. who have been visiting at the Ed Danforth FELT MATTRESSES The Layer Felt Mattress is the best sold anywhere. We have them for $6.75 cash. Heavy coil bed springs guaranteed for twenty-five years at 1275. • LAHARPE FrRMTl'RE STORE « H. B. Martin, Prop. ***************** Al'PLAISE FOB -MB.S. PHILLIP."*. i "5 Miffht Fire In Office Bnlldln* at Prime j-5 IVeotern—Guy Roberts Bark KroBi t'olamdo. G.A.S I'lTV. OCT. 2.-/.—.Mr Thomas Waile re,ei \trd a telegram from Mrs. Wade ul:o was called lo Jefferson City a few days ago. Informing him of the death of their grand-son. son of OLD FlB.MTr^E looks like new with oee coat of PKraim Sole Pro«f| Calored Tam]»k. ; Will not crack nor mar when n«ed on fjoors. j 30c H p{a(» iOc pints. For Sale br, F. A. rOOKSET LaHar|>e ... Saatas. home will return to their home !n Deerlnc tomorrow. Mr Danforth will not be able to resume his work until the Imi of l)<>cetnKer. Rer. Ul.tck of Conway Springs was • in to^.n yesterday. i —Ask for Marr's Purity Bread at W s. Ford's. ; A number from here attended the .v.iK" i.\ loi.-i 'ast evening. Owing to the regular meeting com-, i-'p on election night the regular meet-! Ine will not be held next Tuesday even'ng. John McHenry. who has been work-; Ing In 'he western part of the state for the p.->=- three months returned' home vesterday. Charley AFhIey wns reoor'.--? somewhat better vesterday. John Ashley re turned to school at Baldwin this morn ing but will return to LaHarpe the first of the week. —Just received a shipment of Mun- sin? Union Suits for men. women adn children Come while the sizes are The hich .echocl socierirs will give their prrmram one we<»k from tonicht Oscar Poisett. after a two weeks' 'vt<!lt With h/is parents returned to hi? home in Pn rsons yesterday. Jimmie 'Woodln visited friends In Former lolan Thet-red Fre «|ueDtlj Our in^ Address^ for SnfflraKe. During a political meeting at l'ho»- ni.x, Ariz., the other night. Mrs. K N. Phillips, wire of a forra»-r p.istor of the Baptist church in this city, was introduced as the principal speaker in behalf of suffrage. The Dally Republican published at Phoenix reports that Mrs. Phillips' address was one of; JiV. and Mrs O L Gordon. Mrs. Gorthe most effective ever given m that ^^n was formerly Miss Pettice Wade, city. The speaker was frequently ^ c,as Citv hish school girl Funeral cheered .ind was gnen a fine ovation services were held there this after- when she concluded her speech and' noon. returned to her seat ' \y jj Hanna is loading three car? I I » of hay for the Kansas City markets D E Browning Is moving from • N'.>r;h Taylor street 'o the property | on .Main s:r.>et recently vacated by .\sa Stark .Miss Kay Arbiu-kle is rejiorted some Mliat.bttier today. The VoUowiiig friitu here atteiuiei! ti..' revival meetings at the Concrete ! church Wednesday e\enlng- -Mr. and Mrs Frank Ni >gle. Mr. and Mrs Ton Kelshelmer. .Mr and Mrs. Fred McKean. Miss Sadie Ball. Ed Ball and Fred Clark Mrs W R Brown and Mrsf A GII- lenwator. of Olathe. are guests of Mrs Clinton anil Mrs Ben Boss this week Marlon Batterton went to Fall River today to visit o^er Sunday Mrs. Ben Boss will leave tomorrow Tor DeSoto. Kas, for a two weeks' Usit with relatives Some of our "Good Tkintn fo Eat": Orange.^;. Bananas, Fancy table Pears. Jonathan Apples Grape Fruit. Concord Grapes. Mammoth Celery, Green String Beans. Red Globe Onions, Span- is:i Onions, Fancy Holland Cab- baice. Fre.«h Pumpkins. Quality guaranteed. Money back If you want it. Orders promptlv delivered CARL k HIXTER Phone *S. Kansas State reacbefs Associatioa Topeka November 8 and 9 The cunntry's best thinea in educatiuii brought right to yui.r tlour Great s|ieakers with great messages. A brrlter and more varied program than e%er tiefoie —crowd.rd with enthusiasm. n;>lift. r.-laxa(ion' and enJoymet:r • for you .Weet old friends— .Vuke new friefld^ihlps— Take a look abeiil tonn-- Topeka dafly jrrows more beantifiiL .\s to'~ railroad service, you want the best—and we offer fast trains and plenty of the.r.: luxurious cars, courteous attentions and Santa Fe safety. The finest meals in the world a' Harvey Houses along the way I S ^1 n t a f t" W. E. Ralston, Agent PHONE »75 IOL.\, KAXH. Professional Directoiy. • • <> BB. C. X. BUSS • • OewOtt • ^ BxtracUoa without pain by ttw * * oae of Nitrous Oxide Gas ^ •» S*. 1 Sortkivp BMf; • * Pbon^a—Office SaS: Kea. 862 • •» MONEY TO ioXXl « « 'Win lend on boosebbld goodi, 4 •> pianos, orgaaa. aswiag mar 4 * chines, diamonds and Jewelry. ^ » J. W. COFFEY. • «- Office, 39. IM fiettt Stnaft • ? • * • 4- nOLLIF EEIGELX « • • •> HAKfESS ITD 8.U>DLESI • ^ Geaen] BepaMaf • « llOW Scnth Street— Ida. Kaa. • • • •> F. B. LEATELL» M. D. • * Specialties: • '> Diaeaaea of the Cheat # •> Diseases of Children J$ •> X-RAY • !« PkMcs—Office M7; Bd. W • • lola Slate Bank Bid*. . • • • T.O .CANATaEY Espert Piano Tiniliic and B^airinf. WItk Bobert^ Mnale Co. TEWSM m : * 1UCTI05EEH! A. D. CeUlBs General Farm Sales; Livestock a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Address. Carlyle. Kas. • • • • • KIEL.SO>' HOLD.S TBAI>. George Fellers, of Gamett transacted business here yesterday. Miss Grace Shawver. of Kincaid. Is -nendine theweek-end with her sister. y.':-^ b-'oir.:i.i IRA B. FRANTZ THE •PTOMKTRiar ;ay ::n.I Mr ' .!?!•'• '1 •'iiir.-- Kil>, of I \V Kel- • r .omf •. .\'- :si,a <'a: lAjne Elm. ri-r anil passed leir way hrouitb here vt -stenlay on t o lola Guy Ki ^herts »h.) recentlv returned mm Colorado. be:;an his old I'.atles lo- 'ay in the meat .>«hoii P 1. Spi-ars. vho has been condticlini; the shop h:is eturned to .i-.Is home In lo-la R L Bunyard and daughter, came n yesterday from Fall Riier for a ihorr visit with .Mr and ,Mr> A Z Hatterton sCoffeyville Journal. With the election only two weeks off local politic» remains almost dormant, but little .ic- , tivlty being shown by either side Few , K r Torbett. formerly of C.&s but moetings are being held and from all icnw of ("arlyle. has been compellfHl to outward indications but little interest jseP his shop on account of his • jg being taken by the voters The few eyes. He Is as yet undecided what he campaign meeting.'; that have been •^'11 <Io held have attracted only small audi- E H n .ird an ..Id resident of this : <.nce8 and the lack of enthusiasm has city is making preparations fo open up '• been noticeable throughout this cam- a jtrocery store In the building form- pajgn. eriy occupied hy the Elliott grocery He expects to be ready for business ' one (lay next week. " A .small office building at the Prime' Jo Darken the -Hair and Restore Gray and Faded Hair iXo Its Natural Color, _ . ^ It is easier to preserve the color of the hair than to restore it, altfaoogfa it b possible to da both. Our grandmothers understood the secret. They made a "sage tea," and their daiic, gtossy hair long after middle life was dae to this fact. Our mothers have giar hairs before they are fifqr, but they are ^^^'eni Smelters caught fire Wednes-; to appreciate cje wisdom of ^'^^ "'K"^ caused considerable ex-' oar granoihotherB in nstng "sage tea", <"'f*''»ent for a while. The ni«ht men > for their hair and are faat following suit.' 'uccessful In extinwiilhing the! «The present generation has the ^van-. before much damage was done tage of the i>ast in that it can get a Moran last I Rev, A. J| vnlng: Monon will go to Bron- «oD this ev<>nlng to deliver a lecture at the Methodist church. Mr«. J, H, Bock and daughter Maude of lola, are spending the week at th? I B Hnrlock home. M. M. Cubblson of Mildred was In town yesterday looking for a house to move to his farm. R. M. Blakey. the Thoroughbred Hat man of St. Louis was terday rolling on C. W. Frledley. , Mrs. Tom Prather, o( Melrose, en- ready-to-n^e preparation called Wyeth'a 3iage and Solphor Ilair Remedr. As a scalp tonic and color restorer this preparation is vastly inperior totbeonSnaty "sa^ tea" inade by oar grandmothers. The gForrth and beantyof the hair depends on -a healthy condition of the scalp. Wyeth s Sage and Soli^nir Hair Remedy <jiiick'/kills tbedandmff germs which rob th? isair of its Bfe, color and histre. mak i the scalp clean and Isaac Carl and Edwin Hunter trans-1 acted business in IJiHarpe yesterday ; Mrs Cfjjrer, who has been conduct- • Ing therestauram on Main, street rave i possession yesterday to S. K. Flem-1 min*-. of Carlyle. who will continue. the bu'^iness. - •. -Mrs Kmma DeX^n lisited Mrs i John Walton south of town this week i Mrs L'la Tavior and Mrs Ha*t>| Hurt, of Bronson. were guests of Mr ' and Mrs Clinton Martin thH week s A bsnd of gynsles oas^ed throus*! our city yesterday They canvassed healthy, gives the hair strength, color cod bcanty. and makes it grow.' ^i^. . uutuu^u ..r« GetaSOcentbottle fromyoardroggfat'Main street and told fortunes in fowi Tea- *«Jay. -^He will give yoar money bade w. M Hanna who has been In Har- w<elii«v if you are notsatwEed afur a fair triaL i pgr county. OkUhoma pn bastnes*. re- c. C; M CCARTY & SON Pkoae SIC WI Soatk St. Carriage and Automobile Painting. Put on Rubber Tires and do all kinds of repair work. ; yout For Sale al BurreU'i Drug Store. turned home last night. >rhlle Skt I>anre<t the Tarkey Trot on Stotion Platfenn. St Paul. -Minn. .Oct. 24.—Transcontinental traffic and even United Slates mail was delayed for five minute?) in the union depot here Miss Alice Xeilson and Mile. Jaska Swaru .stars of the Boston grand opera company, chose to dance the turkey trot, the grizzy bear and Gaby glide on the station platf|brm. Conductors with right hands raised to give thei •'highball" sign, stood i rigid, firemen let their steam go down, I porters dropped arm loads of suit! cases, and all stared and smiled while the two song birds tripped as daintily 13 the modern dances will allow through a maze of baggage trucks and mail bags STOVE5 Coal, Oaa aad Wood HeatenI GMBUaatJoB Caat and Cbn, ' Hat Blaat iad Air llgkts EC050XY BA56E8 B MH ^ CtaUtattoB Cod art dM Bange—tte best atad*^ Prices BIgktt IbeULrubardHdw. Eam-LaaBs \ Lowest Branch Office of r I Tkelmiam Mortgage Ccfa Tepeka, laas. Optioi>al Payments. Any Time. WUl Let 30ft of Land Value. BEST LOXy IS ALLE5 C0r5TT lOLAI^AND CO. nssk www w w: (Like illastrations in the annooncements from day today.) _ This dictionary is KOT pobCshed tfj the origmal pob- > WcB9nxiAl««I>^ers of Webster's dictionary or by their saccesaora. • «||<f A It is toe OXLT entirely KEW compilaBoa by tbe watftT* ' [ M.9JiM . greatest authorities froni katfing oniversties; is boond |a > mcnCWABYiolI Limp Leather, fiexibic, stamped in gold on back aahd • niMMaiifl sides, ptintedonEiMe paper, with red edges and caneks \ monded; beautiful, strong, dtirabk. . Besides the genera] edotents. there 41 • are maps and over 6oo S(d>iects beactifuHy Olnstrated by three' eolor plates, numeroas sobjects by tnoootooes, l6 pages ol \ cdncationa' charts and the latest Uni:ed States Census. Present . ( at this office SIX CaoMcatir* XKdioeary r««i.Mi. mmA tk. J it cxjcdr tbe tame _ the K.aO bcUt. ex- mit ia the ttrte el with olive edte* and $2J0 h ia iW ^ ^ •w.iMW»awT ^ eeVTb^MXI tBm^me* ^,e* ato» ISSmSt jk i

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