Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 28, 1912 · Page 3
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Misi Clara Ferguaon went to Kaaeas thlBvafternoon fo^ a brief bustnesa visit. —Dr. 0. L. Cox, Oenllat Mrs. A. h. West of Cherryvale, who has been here visItInK friends, went to Ottawa this afternoon. if EltiEO.N'.HOLED." —Graduate Nurse; able. Phone 1363. terms reason- For County Treasurer JOHN T. TYLER Prps lola I3 \isines3 College. Your Support Solicited More of the NEW BOOKS "A WALL OK MKX" Hy Margaret Hill MoCartor. -TIIK ILOLLOn «f HER H VXD" Uy (lc>o. Harr McCiUi-lii»on. "A llomnnco of Billj-CJoal lliir Hy Alice Heagaii Ui<»'. "S.MOKK HELLEW Hy. Jack London. ••THE NEW I'AriKir" ^ Hy H<>rbfrt How Hancroft. Tlioro are two f^plendlit books in tl'.is lot—If wp know books. Kv«'ry author is gooil, so their books isiiist be. Evans Bros. BOOKSTORE. .Many Xew Rooks on ."iOc Conntcr John Prultt. of Humboldt, who has City this afternoon for a visit with friends. —I)r. McMillen. Phones 82 and 28S. Wm. Zimmerman who has been visiting his parents at Blsmore, returned to his work at Ottawa rnlverslty this afternoon. —Dr. H. L. Hendrickfi. Old Coari Honse. CaUs answered day or nlglit Mr. and Mrs. T. M. AVeaver, of Madison, who have been here visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. 1... Place, returned home this afternoon. —Have you tried Belchs? T. F. Uurke. of IndeiM-ndence, is in llio city for a visit witli his daughtfr, Mrs. J. \V. Brown. — lieiclis Candy at Munrtis Store W. H. Anderson went to Welda this iiTteniooti on business. — Itclchs.'the finest candy inade. Get them at .Mundis. A. 1.. Strawn, of Collinsville. is here for ii visit with friends. Joseph (Mark, of Cherokee, state factory in.spenor, who has been ^ in the city on offlcial business went'to Garnett this afternoon. Mrs. V.'. A. Hicks, who has been visiting friends in Fredouia,. returned borne this afternoon. G. C. Uavis, who has been here visiting friends, returned to his home in Colony this afternoon. John Beam went to Carlyle this afternoon on business. R<;v S. M. Irwin, who has been in the citj- visiting his son Paul, returned to his home i\\ Geneva this afternoon. A. L. Patterson, of Caney, who has been here visiting friends went to Garnett this afternobti, ~-nn. Uullft Hnll, OsteopaUis. TelfpLonrN ISO. Ml. Mrs. C. \\'. Barnes, of Topeka. who has been here visiting friends returned home this afternoon. "W-. S. Irwin^ent to afternoou on business. Chanute this W. E. Newcomb ^ GOOD THINGS TO EATI 4 N. Wash. Phone 161 Our Prices Are Right our deliveries are right, iour groceries are right Call on Us Electric Wiring! Done by *sporknced men. Prices reasonable. Catif ield &«Thompson With the L. H. Wishard Hdw. ^ Phone 39. lfc »a..Ml«l^«<th DIM; Ri««lfc.> SuSoNB KRAM* i . „ >«Mlcaa>Basaat.Satat,AI«]iRc BY DRUGGISTS BERVWHBIF iira. Rufus Weaver, of Carlyle was |L shopper here this afternoon. Mr. Bob Brainard, of near Carlyle, has purchased a motorcycle to use in the mail service. Mrs. I.. E. Ogle, who has been visiting relatives in Pasadena, Cal.. returned borne this afternoou. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Keys, of Chanute. who'have been hero visiting Mr. anC Mrs. It C. Havenhlll, returned home this afternoon. Miss Edna Rodgers. of Chanute. who has been here visiting friends return- r heme this afternoon. Jerry O'Coiinor and Ed Norman, of Humboldt, were business visitors in the city today. J. W. Edwards went to Chanute this afternoon on business. J. M. McHenr:^, of LaHarpe went to Cherryvale this afternoon. Mrs. A. D. Ecstrom. of Arkansas City, who has been here visiting with friends returned home this afternoon. C. C. Cook of Yates Center, who has been here on business went to Humboldt this afternoon. E. I). Mikesill of Fredonla. who has been here on business returned home this afternoon. —Call ISO for Fire Insurance; also Farm Ixians. Mrs. Nannie B. Arffl- 'tronc. 9 1-2 W. Madison. F. 1.. Kough, of I'niontown, who has been here on business went to Chanute this afternoon. John Pruitt. ol Humboldt, woh has been here visiting friends, returned home this afternoon. —W.4RM>'G— T will prosecute to the limit any person found trespassing on any of my premises on Hallowe'en night. A. Lu Townsend. James Musgrave of Humboldt, was i a butiness visitor here this morning. —Farm and City Loans. R. M. Cunningham. A Wedin. of Humfepldt. - who has been here visiting friends, returned home this afternoon. —Mr Restanrant and Lnnch Boom, chilli, tobacco, cigars, canned goods. 21.^ South St. Opposite Majestic Theatre. H. Leyalley, Propr M. W. Teats went to Oklahoma this afternoon for a two weeks' business visit. . Mrs. D. E. Simmons, of Cherryrale. who has been here visiting friends, returned home this afternoon. —I will be ready to deliver trees Saturday. Have all kinds of nursery crop for salp. A. H. Brown. .115 S Qottonwoud. Combination i/V^ood Heaters Wood Stoves, Oil Stoves Copper Reflectors the state by between 15.000 and'20;000. i The polls show that the vote for Prest- I idem Taft will exceed 200.000 whUe'l I the votes cast for Roosevelt- will be { i within lOO.OOO: There is a decided I MML l «in $E PERM KA.ST TIKSIXG THE TIDE •SKEl^risS. OF ; falling off of Democratic business men • IS i and farmers from Wilson, averaging I 1 10 per cent throughout the state, so , I that Wilson will not receive over 1^5.- \ fROWUS ARE ,C;ALL1.\G OX THE ! I 'Wt votes. The poll has been takea, with great care and a statement made • I that with the decrease of the Third ! ! party sentiment continuing the Taft DISTIXU'l.SHEO PSVrHir AND Palniht. ! NOTE—Passed by the S«?natt .May i;, i'.H'Z. Consigned to oblivion liy li.c iMiiioerati»- House .May 8. l'J12. The management of the Midgets > football team received word this mom Ing that the Moran high scltuol team could not play the scheduhMl game in that city Friday afternoon. l»RrG(;i!ST.S AIT TOGETHER. Ail the Yinol Slorps Remedy Thin Exhil'if WMk^/ That I SUPPLY BREAKS HPG PAIGES plurality will be much larger. S<M'IALIST TALK TO.MGIIT. She iVnrlniles the .Wysterfes »T lli«> S«nt. IlclTeM Inio thf Pa!«l and ini|ttlre!i Intii'Fninre. .Mrs. at Ethel Whitehead AVili Sprak v.. A. R. Hall at ^ P. .M. .Members of the G. .A. K. and W. C. has secured a good s|teaker. Mrs. Ethel Chicago to speak at the G. A. IL Hall | this evening. Mrs Whitetiead IR a • Socialist of national fame. W H O has | just completed a tour of the southern | j^,,, ^nd one after another the part of Kansas and (Jklahoma. AH ,o„g „f „a,rons passes through local SociaUsis and friends are cor- ^er consulting rooms, which are lo- dlally uvlted to be p.esent at the. ,.3,^^ ^t 212 West Madison, this evening. This wonderful liJc reader, who 1* , x'isiting lola for the fl^st time, is cer- lalnly doing all the good that the press, hcclallst 3 ^,1 public claim for her. This Is prov- ien by the large number of our best I people who have visited her. It seems ' j a.s though everybody was re .stle83 to consult this eminent clairvoyant and hall There is nothing of the gyp^y about u»uv «• "iwvvTT i""'* ^^^^^ psychic's reading. Th* 4»H.> n. .llOfcll. I truths that are told you are so sUrt- John W. Arnett. whose death occur- '•. ling and they come in such quick rotation that one is mystified. .Mr. S. R. Hurrell of tlii.« <iiy, in con nectioii with nearly si.\ thousand other large retail druggists a*I over the I'IIIKHJ States is joining in niakinu a big display of Vino! duri 'if; this w«'»-k of October 28. wlilch indi''ate ilio fia- lerna! conditions that. <^ist between — the nHail druggists wh; ai'e A'inol Mr. and -Mrs. F. S. Canatsey and , in fact they are Organized in- After the regular biisiness session of the Ministerial Association at tlie Y. .M. C. A. this morning, H. C. Walker gave a talk on the Reciprocal l{eI;iiion of the Church and the Young .\li'n'.s Christian Association. I I I lS.i:oo CALSEII .MARKET TO GO OFF ' in to TEXTS. their daughter. Mrs. J. U. Aydeloti<'. arrived here this morning. .Mr. and Mrs. Canatsey have been visiting at the Aydelotte home in Fort Scott. —1 have bought an interest in Ohio Dusting Wax, used to polish Furniture Pianos. Floors. Nickel and Linoleum. A handkerchief can be rubbed over the j surface after using tlie Dusting Wax and not' be .<:oiled. The polish is r'(>- talned even If wiped with a dani|> i cloth. Oellvered in all parts of the to wliat is called the Vinol Club, ihrouiiliout the country from coast 10 loast. Simultaneously they make liese window displays twice a year of ialtlp Price <4 Hold Inder u Heavy Offeriug—Wheat IK Off. Hue lo Peace Talk. t'iiicagu, Oct. :2.S.—The report that pead' i.vi 'rtures had been made to i"lit key brougiit about a decline all around in wheat. Heavy world shlp- iiienis also discouraged the bears. The tliis preparation, for wliicli they have 'opening was He to T4c lower. Decem- enjoyed years. the exclua'r*' sale for tiiany .Mr. and .Mrs. I. H. Kasbeer, of Kansas City, who have been visiting with friends in I'rairle Hall district spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Stew!art of this city. After a short visit ber started at 10 %c and sagged to t2^c. WIIKAT—Dec. 92%(fi«4c: May 97%. COK.\'—Close: -luly 63>Ac; Dec. .M.-iy :,2%c. O.VTS—Dec. 32%c; .May 34%c. city. Sold at the home of John F. De- • IV'''' ^*'!' "'••'*•'* lap. .SiiC N. Second St., Phone lOOS, lola. Kansas '<!"isa>5 City in tlieir auto. Bud Phillips and fami i y. of Bartles- TlH pai «!i ratliel- KansflK City Grain. K:insas City. Oct. 28.—Ca.sh Wheat, market >-[C lower. No. 2 hard. 87© M»-i>-; .No. 3. S0Vi$S9>l.cj No. 2 red. Clapp investigation of cam-1 I**': ^- HS'ffl-04Vi. Close lun.l.s which has been holding I ~"'^<''^--"^'"y sen-iational ses.sions in Wash- COR.N—.Market Ic lower. No. 2 ville. Ok., who were formerly T ,^\-i ^j^^i.^^/^^^^^^^'j;-- ;mix>< M T,srfi:,9, new 5.ne.56: No. 3 this I ,,..,„,„„, o I, I. _ lold "inr.li- O ...KtfA nIA dents of this city arrived here afternoon. After a vis6 In the they will go to Indianal ciiy The Palace Garage hafe purchased a new cash register and patent account holder, of which it Is duly proud. liresent on Saturdav. it i.^ not ex-i"'" •'••'•'?«•''*>: No- 2 white, old peeled to hold any more sittings until new. .••.7{i.".S: No. 3. old .=i6@37. ::rter eIe.tion •'"'<• Close—July 49Mi: Dec. 49% I : .May 49 -(,ia.-.o. Mrs. H. F. Anderson, of Parsons,; <^ATS>—Market 14c lower. No. 2 •• he IMF been visiting friends in city returned home yesterday wiiite. 34>A«i%; No. 2 mixed 33%. I liYK—«»c per bushel. Ueceipis of wheat. 423 cars. Kansas City Llrestock. K:.nsas City. Oct. 28.—CATTLE, re- ict>ii(rs 2ti.0fto. .Market steady to weak; jcows and heifers 10 to lac up. Native i steers $G..'.'.fi 10.7.">; cows and heifers I iQT .'.i'; .stockers and feeders $4.50 TJT.-.O; bulls $3.7.-.«.-.2.-.: calves $.'..00 , HOGS—Receipts S.OOO. Market 15c j to 20c lower. Heavy $8.1008.20; pack i ers and butchers $7.95<fi8.15; light 1 .'T.sr i; s.o:.. Mme. Perin fully understands the eil Monday. October 21. brought sorrow to his many long-time friends over the county, located in this coun- \ responsible position she Is placed in tr-«oon after the close of the Civil j by the remarkable gift she is endowed' War. Bom in Pike county. Illinois, j with, and will try her best to help October 21. 1912. he enlisted in Com- • those who need advice, and will do ail pany I. of the 129th Illinois Infantry i in her power to show all honest call- on August 12. 1862. like other patriotic ' er.< plainly and in forcible language young men of his state. During the war how to gain happiness and prosperity! he was promoted to a second lleuten- Oo yoii say that you are lonely and ancy In the 52nd Kentucky re.giment: unloved and have not a friend in the and served to the clo.se of the war In world? If you had studied more In that capacity. i the laws of'natpre. you would know Shortly after the close of the war , better why some are happy and others ho came to Kansas and settled on a,are not. Cast aside all prejudice. 'Do farm near Humboldt, and he was mar- not forever be wallowing in tht hog ried there October .".0. 1870. To them ! of doubt to be drawn continually In' were l>orn four children: Joseph, of j the quicksand of [fear or of anxiety. Denver. Colorado; Edward, of Neosho Call on this wonderful life reader at Falls. Kansas; Mrs. Maude Heistand. | once and you will leave her office of Claflln. Kansa.s and .Mrs. Tiliie Wolf, of lola. .Mr. Amett became a member of the .Methodist church In Illinois, later transferring that membership to lola. He was actively engaged In farming and slock raising until September l.->. 1911. on which date he suffered a stroke of paralysis from which he never recovered. Being unable to look after or manage the many duties of the farm he disposed of his stock and. made his home with his dau^ter, .Mrs. Wolf, until his, death. His cheery. . kindly, merry-eyed friendship was prized by hundreds of friends, who hope he is enjoying the just reward of the citizen-soldier who lived his life bravely. I ' Chirafro Livestock. I CUicago. Oct. 28.—CATTLE. recelpU 24.iK'ft. .Market, best steady, others weak. Beeves $.-|.35(g 11.00; stockers and feeders $4.25fi7.40; cows and helf ers $2.70<i7.2:.. HOGS—Receipts 40.000. Market 20 to lower. Light $7..">0(SS.15; mixed $7.C.-.tfiS.:?'); he.-;vv $7.60ff8.30; pigs fi 7.:jii. French Machine to Moiaten Stamp*. fVench poatcAces wiU in future be provided, offlclally. with stamp moistening appliances, an Innovatioa wbieb U bailed by the press aa a hycienle reform. Aa Les Nonveliea pat It "the action (of stamp licking) was not only danseroiM, bnt entirely devoid of elesaoce." wiser and bolder tpan ever before. She looks into all trcjubled conditions'of humanity:—tells yoii the real cause of your misfortune,'] tron'ble, failure or lack of success, and through proper advice, restores the mental or physical condition or influence necessary to ob tain relief, success, happiness and con tentment you desire. No heart so sad, no home so dreary, that this marvelous person cannot put happiness into it. Never fa^ls to 'cause speedy and happy marriages with one of your choice, reunites the separated, locates absent friends. Gives you good luck to win your biggest wish, overcomes bad luck and sorrow In a short time. She guarantees everything she. claims and will charge you not one j ^nny unless she fulfills every promise As this is positively the last week that Mme. PerIn will give her special readings at the nominal price of 50 cents, it bchoo\e3 all Interested to call at once. The Morse Bible class will meet at the Y. M. C. A. building' tomorrow evenlTig at 6-2'>. All men and young. I men of the city are urged to be pres- 'ent. . Kansas City Produce. Kansas City. Oct. 28.—BUTTER— Creamery 2Sc; firsts 26; seconds 24; par-ktng stock 22'<:!S23. KCG.S—Extras 25M:c; firsts 23U@ 24>,i; seconds 18. HAY—Market, steady. Choice tim- ntlv $12.30^13.00; choice prairie $12.75 ffi 13.25. BRO(^.M COR.N—$.-><) to $100 per ton. I Lead and Spelter. j .Sr. I^uis. Oct. 28.—Lead, market, i stead v. $4.!iu; spelter, taarket dull at $7.40. Loral Xark^ts. (Produce quotations furnish'^ dally ! by Coghlll Commission Company). CCTTER—21c per pound. I EGGS—22c per dozen. ; POULTRY-Hens. lOc; cocks, 4c: •springs. lOc; ducks. 10c; geese, 5c; turkeys. 10c: giiineas, 20c each. I HORSE HlDES-^2.00 to $2.76. i BEEF HIDES—10c IOWA GETS BACK IN LISE. WUl Poll of State Shows that Talt Carrr-H Tuesday, >0T. 4. A poll of the state of Iowa, which has been practically completed, was received at National Republican head- ouarters today by Director Mulvane. It includes a poll of sixty-four of the i ninety nine counties 'In the state: and i shows that President Taft will carry I a colored speaker of National Rep- oitation, will address the colored voters of Allen County in the A. R. HALL lola, Kansas Tuesday Night r Come Out and Hear 'A .-a. E • A:.

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