Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 28, 1912 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, October 28, 1912
Page 7
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.THBIOLAtPAmY BEGISTERTMONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER g^, 1912. "With These Overalls on, I Played the Part Too Strong," Says ' riNN. I'VE GOT Mi lIMnNTibN 1^ BOOff -WEAR AT^^R y-Tb 00 FOR AC0STUH6 ? [PMOY Ift TD-nORROW HIOKT"* WAISTS—AXL KINDS FARM LdAS;^ WXiCTED— r AM prepared to take care of Faxm Loani large or small, at the loweA rate to be obtained anywiere. PrlTllege to pay any amount at any interest paying time. See me and get terms and° • rate, before placing your loan. R. !>. Tbompson, Orer Evans Drug Store, t WANT—YOU TO KNOW ABOUT tbe finest fruit and farming section in Florida;- Address H. G. Gatek. Arcadia, Florida: P. O. Box 20. WANTED—COOD LATHERS, IN- quJre Frank M. Kelly, 410 W. Jackson. Pbone 856. WANTEb--COMPETENT GIRL FOR faousework; family of four; mu«t be good cook and furnish relerences. Good wages. Mrs. R. S. Tieman, Fort Scott,'lCan. WANTS-ALL KINDS WANTED^PANTRT Kelley Hotel. GIRL AT ' FOR SALE—GOOD MILCH COW; 817 N. Colbom. . FORSALE- FOR SALE—HaUSE FURNISH- ings, run. linoleams, truoka. suit cases dna combination beaters. Bonnell. 9 N. Jefferson. Pbone 1290. FOR SALE OR TRADE— farm. Phono 630. iVC'i »i FOR SALIC—THREE ROOMED bouse and lot. 3% blocks from square. .Address S 32, care of Register. FOR SALE—GOOD FARM HORSE, lola Laundry. FOR SALE—ONE GAS HEATER cheap. Call at 411 South Elm. i n OOMED „ . . •'hitaker & Donnell. FOR SALE OR TRADE—GOOD Farm. Phone 630. WANTED—5 OR C ROO^ HOUSE to moTC off lot. Pbone 1400. WANTED—A THRASHER TO thrash alfalfa. A. L Townsend. phone 992-42. WANTED—GOOD GIRL OR WOM- an fo» house work. Permanent position for the rlKht party. Mr*. F. S. McKvIvev. 101 S. Taylor St.. Gas, Kan. WANTED—FOUR OR FIVE ROOM ' bouse, close in: two adults. Must be cheap and desirable. Address R, care Register. I UUUItPE NEWS' FOR TODJIY MRS. WJI. MILLS .\>D DArUHTllR IN .1 B.VD RlN.VW.iY. FOR SALE—40. 80.. 160 OR 200 acres nice meadow land; 5 miles from lola; 135 per acre. Want no trade. See owner, S. W. Lust, LaHarpe, Kas. FOR SALE OR TRADE—FOR farms In Eastern Kansas. 261 acre farm in Texas county, Missouri,. 160 acres in Kimball county. Nebraska. Two modern dwelling bouses in lola. Kansas. James Newell. 614 S. Wal!nut St.. lola. Kansas. FOR SALE;—AT A BARGAIN, OUR modem residence. Call at 60S E. Madison. W. T. Watson. TO EXCHANGE—A NICE LITTLE home for good team, wagon and bar- nessi. A. W. Beck. 15 E. Madison Ave. RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE—IN renewing, your insurance,'place some of it with me. I will tee that your in- teretita are safely guarded, by writing you In a flnit class company. Besides, we need the bualnesa and will appreclatei your patronage. R. L. Thompson. Phone 141. Over Evans Drug Stor& CALL 857 FOR PRIDE FLOUR. Iota Feed Store. Delivered anywhere in t he city for »1.25 per sack. Every sack guaranteed. FOR SALE—ONE FIVE ROOM house, corner Douglsis and Locust sts., on lot seven, block 25. lola. Kansas. Clear. Price »200.00. E. Demo. Prague. Okla. FOR SALE—P U,M P K 1 N S Hallowe'en: 1300 East Madlsou. FOR FOR SALE—BEST TEAM OF TWO- year-old mules In the country. S. E. McGlnnis. LaUarpe. Kas. FOR SALE—35 PIGS AND SHOATS and fresh cow. W. U. Wlllson. Pbone 9S5-12. ihll li FOR SALE—AUTOMOBILE SUIT- able for touring car, runabout or delivery sTvices. In fair condition. Very dieap. Call at Marr "s Bakery. FOR SALE—CAR OF NORTHERN potatoes, pa cents per bushSl In five-. bushel lots or over, delivered Extra' fancy, well matured and, will keep.! Blgus Fruit Store, first door south of • Kress. Telephone 293. FOR S.AI-E—GOOD LUMBER, r shelving^ also dellvpry wagon, computing scales cheap. 201 South 4tb. FOR RENT—FOR RENT $12,000 RESIDENCE FOR SALE OR tra^; one of the best hoihes In southern Kansas: well located In ilirivlng county seal town. Will take land or desirable lola property. T. B. Shannon, lola. Kas FOR SALE—GOOD IXCLT3AT0R. Also some Rhode Island Red roosters: 305 X. First St. CHIAP FXEMS I.V ALLE\ COCXTT. 80 A. 3 miles MoTan: fair improvements. $3,000. 160 A. near Geneva;'good Impronre- ments. $6,000. 80 A. 3 miles lola. all level, black land In cultivation, unimproved. $3200. Unimproved 40. level land. $1200, These are all bargains. Why rent when you can buy them on good terms? lOLA LAND COMPANY. FOR RK.NT—FURNISHED ROOMS. 604 N. Jefferson. FOR RE.\T—FOIR ROO.M HOUSE; well and city water. Call at 512 S. Kentucky. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—GOLD BAND RING SOME where in the north part of town, near Buckeye street. Return to Register office. Reward. R. Walls. LOST—GOLD CUFF BUTTON. l.V- jltlal "G." Return to Register office. I Reward. LOST—SCOTCH COLLIE DOG 1 about 4 years old; will aosw«'r to name •Bob." J. P. HalUerman. Phone 12.56. I ' IF THE PAPER BOY FAILS TO i deliver your paper, call 18 and we will I send you a paper by a special carrier tbe same evening'. e « « « *aa«»»«»««»a *l Mrs. J. ,W. llolt and chHdren are »I visiting her parents near Elsmore. *( R. G. Winich and wife visited here * I Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Je.sse Gilbert are the RUBBER GOODS. Today's >ews frOm LaUarpe Blue Monnd Wen Uame, 32 to 7— Brennan Won Game, 4 to 1—Made $40 on Chicken Fie. Every piece as good as a Gold Bond. If you require a hospital sheet, a syringe, a rubber: doucber pan, ah invalid cushion or any article of rubber. Let us fill your order. W.4TERS & DAXFOBTH Dmgs and Jewelry. •5 LAHARPE. OCT. 28.—Mrs. William ; Mills and daughter, Marie, of north of j - town narrowly escaped serious in-^$3rS-6$2r«3T«3-wwsp**nT juries- Saturday in a run-a-way on Main street. They were driving a young horse, and when a portion of tbe harness broke the animal started to run. He ran for about two blocks when finally he ran into another rig throwing the occupants to the ground. Fortunately both escaped with only a few scratches. The wheel of the buggy was torn off and the harness wa^ badly broken up. The LAHarpe boys who played the Blue Mound high school at Blue Mound Friday was defeated by a score of 32 to 7. Both sides fought hard to the last minute but superior strength of the Blue Mound boys won out. Our boys complimented the Blue Mound players and officials for their fairness shown throughout tbe game. Miss Edna Buyer visited Miss Louise Kennedy Saturday and Sunday. —$65 Malable steel range, slightly used. .\ bargain, $35. HInes Hardware. J.-T. Richardson who has been staying with his brother. Lewis Richardson, and taking medical treatments, wan able to return to his work in Collinsville Saturday. The 1. O O. P. will put on third decree work this evening. : H. E. and Lee Limes returned last •week from a big hunt near Fort Sill, Oklahoma. < Willis Kerr is moving a house to the l&rm south of town. This might mean a continued story. The LaHarpe baseball teani, assisted by a few players from Gas, yesterday defeated the lola team 4 to 1 before a <:OmT)ar«tlvely small crowd at the Elec trie park. Ad Brennan, who recently returned from Philadelphia, was the star twlrler for LaHarpe. He had the lola boys at his mercy throughout the game. Fullenwlder pitched for lola. Rl'OS ® We have 25 Axminster Rugs * in assorted Oriental and Floral 3? patterns, 9x12 size. Price $18, * cash. 11 »4 feet by 12 feet, price $22.50 cash. Twenty-five Seamless Brua- sells Rugs in assorted Oriental and Floral patterns, size 9x12, ~ price $11.25 cash. * LaHARPE FrRMTlRE STORE S £ H. B. Martin, Prop. £ $ * Sf * * * * The chicken pie supper held Satur- dav. night by the Methodist church ladies was one of the most successful ever given In i^Harpe. The ladles cleared $40. proud parents of a ten-|>ound son, bom Saturday. James McGlnnis has purchased one of the George Smith houses on North Taylor street and will move It to bis farm southeast of town. Mr. and .Mrs. E. G. Danforth. of Deer ing. visited at the John Laury home in loJa Saturday. They left that evening for Thayer for a short visit before returning borne. H. O. Stephenson and family have gone to Meiz. Mo., for an extended vis- It with relatives. Ed Danforth returned Friday from Kansas City. Sam Cane and Warren Hoke, of Humboldt, visited here over Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ed Danforth returned yesterday from a weeks visit In Kansas City. Mrs. J. L Kaufman of Gas City spent Saturday with her daughter. Mrs. John Parkhurst. Preston Bowea as.sisted In the J. R. Smith grocery Saturday. Hugh Borders came in from Louisburg Saturday for a short visit at tbe C. E> Meader home. THEMrsiNSS ATIIIS 6in NEWS RECEIVED OF THE Dp.iTH . itV MOTHER OF >. IvOLL. (;a.s Players Hel|ied Defeat lola Snu- dav—The Martins Entertain.— • Personal Mention. HOW TO RESIST riironir CongbK and Colds. Strong vigorous men and women eareu fiu. hardly ever catch cold; it's only when —Rayo Reading lamps, large size, j the system Is run down and vitally low niekle plated. HInes sells them. """-^h- «^«t « foothold. —Ask for Marr's Purity Bread at W. S. Ford's. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hart, formerly of I^Harpe but now of Centralla, .Mo., are the proud parents of a daughter, born la.xi week, i C. H. .Mellza returned Saturday from a two weeks' visit at Fort (.'ulllns, Colorado. Victor L. Go^rU-h will begin a se- GAS CITY, OCT. 28.—Mrs. N. KoU received word from Mr. KoU Saturday, who is in Theresa. Wis., that his mother was dead. Deatli came Saturday morning as the result of heart failure. Funeral servioes were held in that city this mornlilg. POT.\TOES. Will ha»e a car on track In a day or l«o. Very low price. Watt for them. Kansas State Teacher's Association Topeka November S and 9 Tbe country's best things in educatioD brought right to your door. Great speakers with great message.s. A better and more varied program than ever before —crowded with puihusiasm, uit- llft, relaxation and e:ijoyni*-n: for you. .Meet old friends- Make new friendships— Tate a look about town-- Tupeka dally grows mure beanUfuL ' As to railroad service, you want the best—and we offer r.; fast trains and plenty of the..;; luxurious cars: courteous r.t- tentions and Santa Fe safety. The tincst meals in the world a*. Harvey Houses along the way. W. LfiUMaa. Ag^nt PHONE 875 lOLA, KAXS. Profesnonal Directory. DB. ex. BUSS Dcattft Extraction without pain by tb* use of Nluoua Oxide Oas Boom So. } >ortfarap Bldf; Phones—Oillce o53; Rea. 852* • •> MOXET TO LOXm 4 •> Win lend on household goods,' 4 -> pianos, organs, aewlng .mar 4 •> cbinea. diamonds and J«ireli7. J. W. COt-FEY . • > 'Office, K«. Utt Sortk Stnet • * • -. . - • •> PHILLIF HEIGEU # • , • •> HARNESS AND SADDLEBT « '> Genaral Bepalring « ^ 110% South Street—lola. Kaa. • i 1 <r •••••• • •> F. B. LEITEIX, a. D. • • SpedalUea: • Diaeasea of the Cheat • •> Diseases of Cblldran , * • X-RAY , • • PkMes-Ofiice 147 J B«». 1« ^ lola State B^ Bldg. . 4», • • 4 T.O.CANATSEY Expert Piano Tanins and Repairing, RoberU Muale Ca TEOSt III • • * AUCTIONEER 1 • , •> A. D. CoiUns « * General Farm Sales; Livestock • • a specialty. Satisfaction guar- I * anteed. Address. Carlyle, Kas. C.VRL A UIXTER (ias, Kansas. Fall RIvor totlay. Mr. and .Mrs. John ilaas of West of A \\ni»l of Trpvi • .•(iditinn. J. <•. Wiljjon. . •• 'iionsoii will sij<-nd :i w.ik w ^-'i ••11^! .Mrs. !sauc fail. Mr'a^d'^'f ^Snyder, of 3a-, l^^^^er sjK.nt ;s^ lem^spent^yesterday with Mr. and Mrs., ^^^^'^Xt ^^o^dVlrcald enjoy., . ^ , - . i"l vesterday wkii tir moth»r. .Mrs. G. Miss Hattie Cole, of l.aHarpc. spent Sunday with her sister. Mrs. W. I*. Long. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Pitta, visited Mr. and Mrs. Richardson and Itr. and .Mrs. .„ _ O. A. Chitwood in LaHart* yesterday. 1:;1:O:II.T IUV ^mre tiu-.c retunnn! ho n The base ball team composed of v. si..-rda.v. players from here and UHarpe de-' - feated the lola team yes.rr<lay by a score of 4 to 1. Brennan !p,|AFulIen- wider were the opposing t^Difers la last John '. »>o I,'»;.'n ill Ok- FrederlckFrevert rendeix.ij^a^ piano do at tl evening. solo at tbe Baptist church L^ '^j^oli NINETEEN STRICKEN BUND. Strange Light When Workmen Welded a U'ire in Indiana. ft £ ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft OCB FALL WALL PAPER * Claude Hughes has gone to Hutchin- j , . sou where he has the position of night that colds and coughs get a foothold. operator at the Missouri i'acltlc de- Now Isn't it reasonable that Uie |)ot, right way to cure a cough Is to build Archie Wood 8i >ent yesterday at the ui> your run down condition again? • Price farm north of town. .Mrs. Olivia Parham of East Hur- V. L. Goodrich of LaHarpe, will bc- liam. N .S., says: "I took VInol for a gin a aeries of revival^ mt^etiugs to- chronk- cough which had laste<t two night at the Christian church, years and the c</URh not only dUuy- Mrs. J. L KaufTman visited In iJt- pc3re<I. but it built up my .-trength a.-* HnriM: Saturday. well." Edgar Harbison, of Leanna, was The re_ason Vlnol is so efficacious here yesterday enroute lo Kansas \ icior L.. i.tovaru-a win uvsiu a. sr- In such cases Is because It contains in City, ries of revival meetings this evening I a dellclnns concentrated form all the, U^n Shacklctt and Charlie .Monnin- at the Christian church in Gas. i medicinal curative elements of cod get went hunting Saturday north o( John Ashley returned from Baldwin 1 liver oil. with tonic, blood building town. Saturday. j iron added. .Misses .Veola and .S'ova Chitwood of .Mrs. Angle Fisher arrived last week ; • Chronic coughs and colds yield to Uaya'd visited Mrs. Julia Corns yes- from Marcellne. Mo., for an extended , VInol because It builds up the weak-1 terday visit here and at Bronson before re- 1 ened, run-down system, turning to her home in Colorado! You can get your money back any Springs. She is at the C. R. Minlch time if Vlnol does not do all we say home this week. S R. Burrell. Druggist, lola. Kas. S. W. Lust Is erecting a new barn j P S. For itching, burning skin try on his farm northeast of town. ; our Saxo Salve. We guafantee It. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Burton of west' — of lola spent Saturday and Sunday ; .\tlention L O. 0. F. with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Minish. There will be a program of speaking Avoid Sedative Congb Medielnes. If you want to contribute directly to tbe occurrence of capillary bronchitis and pneumonia use cough medicines that contain codine. morphine, iieroin and other sedatives when yon have a cough or cold. An expectorant like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is what is needed. That cleans out the culture beds or breeding places for tbe germs of pneumonia and otbei germ diseases. That Is why pneumonia never results from a cold wher Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, is used. It has a world wide reputation for its cures. It contains no morphine or other sedative. For sale by all dealers. A. J. Johnson, of Colony, was a visitor here this afternoon. W. M. Bums, of Carlyle. was a busl- niess visitor here this afternoon. STOVE.5 Coal, Gas and Wo«d Heaters! CoBhfauUloa Coal-and Oaa> Hot Blast mai Air TI«hta. ECONOXT RANGES Bom's ComblnatloB CoaLaad 6aa Bang*)—the best made. Prices B^t! .TiieLEWshardHdw. • *- — p_ Farm Iramt' Lowest JBates Brianch Office of TheMeniam Mortgage Co. Topeka^ Bans. Optional Paymenu. ^ny Tlme.« • WIU Let 50% of Lapi Value. BEST LOAN IN ALLEN COUNTX SEE i lOLA LrAJ^ COv 14»»e»»jf<HA>»e.ti^ •••••9 »* "I M S i\ito Mr. aau JUTS. v,iar«;uce jaiuinu. i uctc •m » if. .r,.^—...c Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Baptist of near and singing at the Hall Tuasday. Oc- Elsmore. visited Mrs. G. Holt Saturday tober 29, 1912: Good attendance de- and Sunday. i sired. JOH.V W. BROW.X. Is swell. New Stock; Low Prices. A pleasure to show yon. I F. A. COOKSET, LaHarpe DnggfsL ft ft ft s; SftftftftftftftftftSftftSft » »lat Mount Carmel. Edgar Harbison, of Leanna stopped ! off here Saturday and visited S. M.! Martin and family, enroute to Kansas City. .. " ! A large crowd was in town Saturday ^ »j afternoon shopping. The business ft men report a good business. Mrs. Bibson Ho)t has refumed from a visit at Jetmore, Kas. , m Miss Louise Kennedy will leave to- | fi morrow for Wichita to attend school Acting Noble Grand. IRA B. FRANTZ rum ©rrbaiBTnirr iwa OtaM- At Haaoa'a Javslrr Start Miss Irene Rodgers Is reported quite sick. Mrs. Dorothy Maddox and Miss Florence Shored of Dardenell, Ark., uro here for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. P Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Martin entertained the following at dinner Friday: Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Randalls. Mrs. M. R Cummins, .Mr E. Bennett and daughter Opal, of lola. Walter Defore of Merrick, Okla . and V. Stradler. of Bronson. Miss l.aura Whitmore is expected todfiy from Weir City to enjoy a visit with her sisters. Mesdames A. J. Goes. M. D. Arbuckle and WillUm Uvlngs- tqn Mrs. George Tottman Is reported quite sick. Jake FiUpatrick has returned from an extended trip in Oklahoma. Marion Batterton will return from Anderson, Ind., On. 28—.Nineteen IMfrsons were re|K»rted to haV4» been itricken blind us u result of gazing at I light caused by workmen welding tvlth an electrical process on a trol- ey wire eacly today, according to phy delans who were called out of bed o treat the cases. Several who saw ho light were not stricke.n until a .ew hours later. Joiin Hagel of Hamiltoii, Ohio, who is here visiting his mother was playing cards in a lodgeroom when he shoved bark his chuir and exclalmi'd: 'I'm going blind." He was assisted to the home of his mother and had not regained his sight tonigbL Practically all of the nineteen reported to physicians were kept In dark rooms all of today. An eye specialist said tonight that in each case attended by him the inside of the eyelid was greatly irritated. He gave as bis theory that the peculiar rays of light given out by the weld ing jiroceas caused the quick development of bacteria, already lodged In tbe eye and blindness resulted. lolans who have visited Eldorado Springs. Mo., will be Interested In the news that tbe Cruce block, one of the handsomest in town, and six other store buildings burned down last Friday morning, entailing a loss of $50.000 to $60,000. Richard Cruce. an old and crippletl brother of the owner of the building, was burned to death in bis room on the second floor of tbe building. ' John Clark, of Colony, who 1ms been here on business, returned home this aftenooo. m •.widiftr* ol DMMarr MUctod (»Uch c<mn tb« HMM e( A* cMt I tmcatn year choic* of ACML tlin* i>e<^t $4.09 (I-nceinustrations in the announcements from day to dbqrj) f| This dictionary is KOT published oy the original pub- mm wB^smSAN Itshers of Webster's dictionary or by their successoa. SI > 4 Af A It is the oxLY entirely SEW compilation by the woridls [ »9M.M greatest authorities from, leading tmiversities; is booad in » DlCIWMIAEYtun Limp Leather, flexible; stamped in gold on back and • msrtiiaifl sides, printed on Bible paper, with red edges and corners I roaoded; bcanttfui, strong, durable. Besides, the general contents, diete 41 » are maps and over 6oo subjocts bcactimlly illustrated by three- |.;,_ ".j—'M [color ^ates, numerous std>)ects by monotones, i6 pages ol |£*a"'i J , echicational charts and tbe latest United States Census. Present * ikOJmJa I at this office SIX CoasMotiT* Dietionaiy Co«9oas and 9oC 9 : UtxteOt tbe the SLiiO book, cx- gjCftOIIMnr. with en«e IPmm fnMtralf« . edces jmi iBMvai K 'witb- wnatc eoreen. SIX • |»C —initw» Cimim imi A* OJLC Hie $2.00 n in^ildGdi bfai awl elarts ve OBitted. < : 11 C.«ii.iin Cmwm «rf A* _ 4clC I| Av BaA fa -ff-"' f*- bifB for fti^iia

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