Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 1, 1912 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, November 1, 1912
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0 THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1. 1912. Auto OwiieF® TV" Get Your Tii-ot- Filled with "Sure Shot" at the J>oiilh Street (Innige at 50 eenls an inch. It savei? j)i icline (rouhjes and prohtn.i^s the h'fc of vour tires. SCH ABTS TKI.EPIIO.XE SIS Inv( ^tment Company Will- 1 Trine, Mirr. MOT ' line of •CL!:S. HU^YCLKS ANP MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS . Sui.,iiios and Repairs for Same. BICYCLE SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS lola, Kansas 112 West Madison THOS. H. ne .TLCS, Prtsldcnt J. F. SCOTT, CasUer Ailm County State Bank lOLA KANSAS KSTABLISHFD A QCAUTEB OF A CESTURl. Capit i . Surpiti:) . Depofc -s . $30,000.00 . $40,000.00 $550,000.00 ; XNTESE^T PAID U^" TEKE PEFOSITS : i SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RKJfT il. II. ARNETT. riTsldont JOE M.Kl>LEY, Caslilcr J. K. M(;il, Vlip.rrcsldcnl. E. V. .McfLAIX. A»». Ca^li. COLO.MTL LANYOX. L'tn! VUe.l'residpnU State 8av CAniAI. ;-.';.0'HI 1 s Bank lOLA. KANSAS W Pay Interest on Time Deposits and Savinj^s Accounts. Safety Deposit Boxes Free to our Customers. lOLA STATE BANK WE I Capital . Surplus . PAY IN fc "^.EST ON ... $25,000.00 . . $12,500.00 TIME DEPOSITS L. E. HdRYILIE, Pr A. If, BECK. Ylre-P W. S. KACFJLW, tni Tfc« rmi ii. CAMPBELL, Caghler. /• F. 0. BEXSOX, Asst Csikler 1 DEER CREEK. (Mrs. McKinney). 0<t. 31.—The rain was ver>' much appreciated as stock water was very 8i »rce. Mr. {..ongshoro is repairitiK hin stocli sheds for winter. Mr. and Mrs Bird Jones and daugh ler Agnes, spent the d .-'v Sunday with ihelr dtiURhter, Mrs Fred Eppley of near Wise. Mae McKinney spent Sunday at the Smart homo near Plea'sant Valley. Mnudle and I^enlx .McKinney visited .Saturday night and Sunday with Alire .Tiid Orvjil White of Carlyle. The in-monihs-iild son of Mr. and Mrn. CliaB, Wilnioth who has i)epn seriously ill it; Ihought to l)c out of d ::nper. Dora l^nmilton railed ai the McKinney home Tue.sday afttTntMrn. The Coltrain and Weaver sale was well attended and thinKS sold well. The Coltiain and Weaver families will start webt soon to maltc their homes Their many friends regret to lose them fromlhe neighhorhood but wish them nnhoiinded success in their new location. Mrs. Ahe Falls, who has been visiting friends in Yates Center returned home Friday. Riley and Mae McKinney, (Jeorge Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ilollingshead attended the dame at the James home Satiintay night and all report a tine lime. \ mall on his route. Mr. .Merrill Windiestcr is ' home from the regular army on furlough. The couniy missionary convention met here today. On account of the inclement weatiier tlie ronventlow was closed at noon. Nola Woroter got lur hand badly cut on a piece of glass while playing at school Monday. .Mr. T O. (Ireen lias hein very poorly tliis wef'k. The l .:idieM' .Missionary sof'lely expect lo serve dinner on election day. Ihii' the for KIS1X(J STAR, (i;isle I lardy >. «Vt. -.Mr. Williams was In \ii-liilty last week collecting = for lleglster. llarley Wynn Is cutting kafflr Howard Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Curley anil Mrs. Voting went to lola Saturday. John Wynn made a business trip lo l.nHarpe Tnesday. Mrs. Clarence ii»aac and baby si«>nl a few days at the home of her mother. Mrs. C. K. I.ncke. of lola. HIsle Hardy spent Sunday with Hazel Wynn. Misses f.ola Shoemaker and KIsie Martin, of Moran, spent Saturday and Suiiday as the guests of Miss Jessie Datigherly. The Tjidies' Au\ met last week With Mrs. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy sp. nl Sunday evening with .Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Curlcy. Mrs. George Stout was able to attend church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J Springston. Mr. andj Mrs. Charley Springston and .Mr. ann Mrs. Hobe Wright Sundayed at Hafley Snyder's. Viola Curley spent Saturday with Minia Paugherty. The following young iK -ojile enjoyed party given Saturday evening by • HIMHOi.Dr. (Will J. Sealerl. Oct. :!! Mr.s II K. Gardner and four ehildri n of Newell. la., w lio have been here for the pa.«t three weeks visiting '''.itiveR ,inil friends returned ho;-.:- .\;i::i(I;;y morning. Judg- Perry is visiting his sister and his many friends in and around l>'a:'.l-:i 'liis: week. The Kpvorth League gave a mask HallovrVn party at the Methodist church Tuesilay evenini;. It was xvell atleniled ;in<l i-veryone reports a flue time. Uev. O r. Mooii \aw'. pastor of the Christian elmieh of lola. prelich"'d Sunday afternoon at Star Valley school house four and one-half miles north of town. Tliey an' planning for a revival meeting to l)egin there next Sunday night. An evangelist ha.s I.een engaged and they are hoping the nieet ings will h- of gr>ai lienedi io the community. The minister at the rhiislian <'l\ureh Is pri 'Mclilng a serif's of Sunday evening sermons on the life of j ChiHst wlileli are ln -ing well riv i reived and appreriand l>y the rongre- gation. The rain Tliursday spoilerl tlie ball gatue bi'tween lola and lli:mliolilt. but It was a nineli ne .Ml<i| rain and will hrlnu Ji>y ami relief to the many anxious farmers A neat, atiraetive liiile church bulletin, said to be il)i> tiist of its kind ever altempt'Ml here is gotten out by the pastor of the Christian rhnrrh to annonnre the services. This is. we think, worthy of commendation. Rev. 1,. A. McKeever. pastor of the .M. K. ehnrch is holding meetings .'it Cottage Grove and there was no preaching Sunday niulit. A very interesting service was conduct'-d by thf Kpwdrili League. There was no jireaching the th LOUIS B. HESS Humboldt, Kansas Democratic Candidate FOR Clerk District Court I would appreciate your vote at tiic election. November 5. 1012. •I farther from tln> stalk, as a natuial result of vigonniH growth, thus affii;il Ing strong i !Ui >|><'rt and firm anr!,. i- age \V II llolin and wile wiio lia\f l»-> n vlslilnt in ilie we:ii lor a inonili i-r ^ «. rt'lnrned to iheir home In IHIM. l:- i Friday, and .Mr liolin ha.- lie.-n mil "ii tlie farm sexeral da.\ s this W"i >u Imr- Ing tliei rtrlp tiny w <>re in sev.n di:- teient suites and .-aw iiiUcl' de.-^iiah'e eonntiy. anil many place; that wi- e ' regular garden s|iots Thi'\ \ve!->' i" :• feetly rhariiiefl as well a~ aslonlsle !. wl\en they pn!I« d it\lo INtrtland. Oi - gon. and looked upon the sea of Mowers that heaiilifii'd tli .Tt city. In :iir- otlier part of the stae .Mr Itorin te!!< of fnling straw l >errle> and Idiukln i- rios ai tlie l:o!iie of I'a'l Travi.-. :.n early w •e ^•ts!de settler wli(?ni we jrll admired, that in sije wi -re maiiiiiiot'i. lint he wont teil liow integrity will lie (iiie.-tinned. and d - lioiniis beyond deseripti.n iiere .las-e Kii'ideliaruer lives near Travis. Mj r.olin tells of an eujuyahle visit ailioi;!.- |ihe .\rno!(l.s. who lefi here iliree years p. .'ago. Mis son-in-law. \'nin\ .\in<.'.i. Presbyterian church Sunday owing to | and daughter. CIr-nientlne. live in Da!- a Miss Jessie Daugberty in honor of her ! guests. Misses Shoemaker and Martin: Itariiey and P.inl Perry. Dennis Isaac. Howard Hardy, Hazel Wynn. Klsie Hardy, Gladys and Jessie Daiigh erty. the .-ihsence of Rev. Todd from tin city. Miss Florenre Round, of lola, who teaches at Jeddo, spent Sunday with home folks. Afier a verv pbasaiit visit with her son I 'rof. Hilleary. .Mrs C M. Hilleary of Maeksville. Kalis . left lor lii-r honii the last of the week. I Mr. and Mrs. Rert Wiley are llie proud pari'iils of a baby girl who arrived last Friday. A Cliannte man lost his auto chains, an advertiseiuent issu<'d in our I 'ity papers and tlii> Cliauiiie man lia.>< PRAIRIE ROSE. (Vara R. RogersV Oct. ;;i—.Marie Ford spent Saturday night an<l Sunday with her cousins, -•^gnes and Phyllis Roblv RIanche Ford went to lola Thnrs- •(lay afternoon to take the teachers' examination held Friday and Satur<lay. Miss Gard. who teaches in LaHarpe was the guest of her friend Miss McKinney at the O. T. Nolan home from Kriilay evening until Sunday. Morris Fusion and family were guests at George Ford's Sunday. Mrs. Anna Isaac and children, Mrs. Nolan and chlMren. Mrs. Abide Sloan imi children. Miss McKinney and Miss (;aril were picnicking and gathering nuts on Mr. Wood's place Saturday ifiernm>n. T. O. Miller has r<-turned from a business trip of several days in Ar- !<ans:is Mr and Mrs. T A. W.iod and.Medo- M. Mr .-ind Mrs K E Wood and Orin spent Sunday at tilenn Spattords. Mr. and Mrs SwhiM» w. re guests of l:i.; eiiaiM- ;iiid I In .Moral: II you Iiau pie want advertise finder the reward. • anylliing the peo- it. M:OSU<» VAI.I.K.V. H' I, .\rnoldi Ortoi'er During the past ttti« weeks we have been attentive to any remarks along politic-al lines in ordi-r < learn the general de.-ision amMic .1 ir peoide. rejatin .ii to tlio proposed wimian 's suffrage amendment, hut 'liivo roneliidt 'il that if \oters are .•onsldering the matter at all they re- s>frve an evpression except what tlieir imllot may statnl for on cjertion day ' .Mr and .^.rs Webster Green will go Florida some time in N^ivemlier, where tliey will remain thtoiigh the winter For several years Mrs. Green has bi>en afnicted wl'h hn'nehltis and it is no longer ndvi.salde for her to attempt to remain here during cold wentlier. so they have piuehased a tract of hind in Florida, wh>ie llie.v will build a house to live in during their iieriods of so- >ourning in t'.i.- south Mr Isadore Weig'.e w ..i : • u • .iwn<Ml and oM .-rati .1 . •'n farm on lis. Oregon. while the father an <l iirotliers and a sister live ni 'ar by .lame -i. vviio vva-- just conilni; to iiian- hood, when he left here, is now in vvh-ii Is helii'veil to iie a siii-ressfiil raee f .ir superintendent of piihlie instrii. tii .n ; iially In lienring. he says with emisid- leiald.' ••inphiisls, lh:it .Mien e ounty I s ^ijl limks good to him. .\nd shouldn't it lie an Kvlen to one wlio carries tlie trophies of sileeess froni thi-- battle- ' field in so many life cngageuients I .Mbert .s'hearlion. of Oklahoma, who has only regained strength suffieieni ; ii« m'l arnnnd, after having a hard j spell of typhoid fe \er, was visiting his | >istiT. ^Irs. Hoy llnpkins Sunday | .\fier the job of hauling pipe from i tlie line taken up by ihe Kansas .\.it-| iiral. west of the river, was finished.! ('II. Lewis took his laiuping outfit and went farther iiji the line, where he and Fre<l will cimtinne to work. Mrs Wallace Rale. .Mrs Frank Rale and .Miss Sallie Rrewer ac(;onipaniei! K. .N Crook to lola Sunday, for tiie ple.-isure of the ride in hi^ auti The .Misses Gladys .Marsh. Fay biir for fear |:i> lP"weIl. Daisy Dehaven and Katie Koot stoiipe.l at tiie home of ('. I>. .Arnold .siiinday .ifternonn. T;." liiu: rain Wednesday nigiit was a ureal t !i;n:r for growing wheat, and with one or two more good rains the supply of stock water vvill be assured for i:-e durini: the winter. K U r.iitler hauled three or four! hundred biishels of wheat to Pifpia ; Wedne^iday and on liis last trip was j cair^rht b.v the heavy downjioiir of rain j that drove him to shelter. I .A. Fair's eye still hurts him at times"! I 'ounty candidates have been fre- <|iien:. callers on the west sitle reeelil- ly. and have kept the voters well-lii- fei:iiei| that he\! Tuesday is i-leellon dliv " . ROCK CRKKK. (George .Marks' . • We are hav ins; a •rybody was iiiif iiiri- rain of stork •11 attended hfil- ()(t ,!ii . Almost iv water. I The Weaver s.ile .vas I Tuesday'. Mr. Weekin piirelrised .a aire stien cow at tiie Kwing sale. .Mr. Humphrey will move on the Rwing farm. -Mrs. Frank Marks atid daughter Lena visited in Chaiuii-- S.minlay and Sunday. . Katherine Klmer visired vvitli- Roll Smith Sunday. Frank .>!arks deliver, d (.il'.eg in lola Tuesday Mrs. Rowtll and i"red !!•• s" parent.^ visited at his lionie Wednesday. We understand .Mr. Wilson has rented a farm in Linn county. IKfi n. I -KANTZ I • MP for P:irk roiinty. Oregon, notwithstand i quite severely. The .sight is entirelv ing .Mr .R.olin looked upon pereni.i! • gone, but the bal lis iireserved.' The gardens and fruits that weri- eontin-i other eye is weakened by the loss of mm Cxclusiv* aias»- At Hanna's Tlie following is a .saiiiple of the official ballot to i,.. lar .IS it relates to voting for President. It has been pr.pared by the < (,;iiiiiittee voteil .-It the election next Tuesdav so I- liavinc charge of the conduct of Roosevrlts campaign in Kans:is. The voter who is a Republican and wants to vote for Koo.sevelt should go lo ibe iiide|iendent Column, where lie will find the nailie. Theodore ;!i;d lliraiii .tohnsoii for Vie - President, and make a I 'ross mark in eirb name be finds there for Pn-siilential ICIerlors. the lirsi nanii .1. .\llen and the last tia:i-- to lie marked being W .A. Wli.te. Then return to the iieptibliran rrliiiiin and make a i lo,- m.irk i'l the I 'irrle :it the liead of that loliiiiin. vo '4 'd lor l{oos>'vrli tor I'lesi-leiit and the • ' .\ lieiiairrat w.'io \v;iris the las; rross mark in t'le lirr'.' :u the head of the i>t'iiiorratii- roluuin. Roosevelt, for President, the square at the right of to be niarkeil being Henry He will then have Rep'.ibliran state and lounty tirket for Roo.seveelt should t'dlow the same roiir«ie except ni :ike the • sample; BALLOT ' FIRST—If .vou dctfire to vote a vtraight party ticket, inalic a crou X maik in die circle on the ticket you wiyk to voir AIM^ tewlietr elw on the ballot. " .SECOND—if you prclcf not to v-otr a stratght parrv ticket, make a croM \ mark m the circle a« bcfotr. and then m .akr • rro«9 \ nvark in the square to the rittht of the n.Amr» of such other candidates as you,wish to \o4e for. found under any .•other party name. >,TII1RD— II you prefer not to vote any parrv- tickri. then make the cross X mark in the square to the tight of the name of SIKK candidates as vvu with to xoir loi and newhrre else on the ballot ' " ' ~ FOR INSTANCF.—This ticket n nuiked hv a RepuhUan desiring lo vote for the Roosevelt electorTTsnd the. slate and county Republican ticket.^ Study it cvrrtullv / Ii y .vu leat. deface or wronjly maik this lulloi rrtiirn it to tRk |u <l|!e .vnd reteivrTnolher' daughter Mrs. Harry Snell and ^^.V"-? V'".e"''. ' •unilv Sundav * niles west oi |,.!a. died at his home at Rob. Ropers was citing kainr '^'^ ''l'^ ^ orn for J. A. and I.. D. Mattocks this " ^ t*"..' .a long illness. .v,,k. •' '"""CI- wn: likely inov*- onto SAFl Y Bl JSIT BOXES FOB BEST. 'Te sliop- NOTICE! 'A full Slq sun, Avenue. Sli /V !: OIL or DlSTILLATl!] I'ly on liuiMJ at 10!) North Jeircr. Humboldt Refining Co. Tel(Jjie725, M. Hun;rerford, Ajjent No b .-eries Made on Less Than Bai-rel Lots Miss Honningor took a part of the reachers examination Friday and Sat- irday. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Tire and young- •r children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson in I..:>Hari '<i Sunday. Mrs. K. K. Minor and son Lemuel A -ere visiting relatives in Krie from Friday iintiL Sunday. Jennie .Nolan suffered with a .se- ere attack of tonsilitls Ijst week but s better now. J. A. Robb and family w :ing in Bronson Saturday. Work on Mr. Nolan's barn ip pro- iressin? nicely. Mr. Hill is doing the '••ork. .Mrs. Myrtle Mattocks and children vere calling on the new boy at Robi logers The junior society in Prairie Rose rhool cave an interesting Hallowe'en irognim Wednesday afternoon. A lumber of the school patrons were •regent .Mrs. Wood spent .Monday with Mrs "lora Sylvester, near old Elsmore. youia hou.-'e for rent? ii.-ive you something yo\ t to trade? Tell your ^ants through the Register. C.VRLYLK. (Jessie Caldwell). Ort. .It.—We had a heavy rain last ight which will do away with haul- •;c v.affr for a while. Crystal, the nine year old daughter •r Mr. and .Mrs. AI. Shore had the Msfortune to fall off a hen house 'onday evening while playing and •iffered a break in both bones of her icht forearnt and a fracture of a bone II hetj left arm. A physician was ailed; who dressed the wounds and rystajl is dolnft fine at this time. .Mis!^ Jesnle Caldwell who has been eiping Mr«. Fred Chllds ut Geneva <r the past month returned home '•! onday. Mr. Robert Brainard lias purchased motorcycle to nse in CRrrylng th liiC ten acre tr.irt, joining the .M I Jaroby larm on the west, in the spring Mr McCoy, tlie rorK road crnslrne- tor, went to Parsons Sunday and visited witii a sister until .Monday. Rev. .Mrr Ruvvuian iias been return- L'tl by the f. U. annual conference to serve the pi't>ple of this rlrcuit as their minister for another year. Her return is an indorsenien! of her work for •.he year that has just i>assed. Mr. .McCoy made a trip to Sedalia.' .Mo., last week. I.afe Pnrdom. of Rronson. was at -Mrs. Rebecca Purdom's a day or two. recently. We understand that Pentecostal services are lieing held at the home of .A H. .Miller, under the leadership of .Mrs Jane McKec and Miss Flossy Miller. Kcr several years K. B. Butler h;is been experimenting with deep plowing noting thu elfect on crops under the different weather conditions that have prevailed during' these .seasons. At first he began tr;e lest on a small pai- cel of ground, which he plowed a foot deep and the increase in yield was so satisfactory that he increased the acre age and has continued an increase iearh year until now he has just finished plowing to this depth a forty-acre field. However, with him the matter of an ••Micriinent is lost sit ;ht of. and it has tiecoiue a settled fact that sueh plowing, espi'cially for torn, richly pays, either in a wet or dry season. In ' comparing the crops raised on this j kind of plowing, with that on ground , plowed the ordinary depth, he finds I that the crojis on the ground idowed | deep are nearly double the yield on the ; Khallower plowing. Another thinjc he i observes is that the corn stands up on deep plowing HO uiuch better than on the shallow plowed ground. This effect can be accoupnted for. for the r«-ason that the roots ran penetrate to a greater depth, tind v »ill reach out .Vl d«tre to vole'avtra .«ht I driirr' lo vote a straiaht ^ Tde ^ire 'to v ote a'straiil^ ^RrpuhlKjn ticket. s>iown by De.rorr.eir t;, kri. as »!...wn bv So ' ti. "kel as thdwn by .th'.re .s X nwrk m ti.r circle the ^r-,...; X nu.rk in the circle the ci«s X mark in the circle ,thereon, cic.-p: as olher^.i^e in- ;'>ereon. ept .,5 .,\h-r^,>t m- iher'.m. e«rp! as oihc.-.»-iv in- ciKatedbv the iicsj .\ marlc a.<a.ed h: •> - c ...s» X matk d .ca 'ed by the crws X r.wrk ; opposite the name of other.opp .*»i ;r il,,- lar.didates baUol elsev. Kcr*- other wn^lhe cundid .Ts rlvwhr'- en the iballot • " • 1- - opposite the names ol other; candiciates elsewhere 'on tiie ballot * REPUBLICAN TICKET. I DEMOCRATIC TICKET SOCIAIIST TICKET r... If.. :-n! VI ii.i.uM Hii-.\ 1HI' rxrr h v.. 1M»T SHI.k'Il tri:f:-.F: v 1 •B T M >Ktn .1 r (I'l-.o K eit.v.=; H iip'iv. .M: JOHN S •.n.V<:HZ A'Q" MII.LEH' C VK XlULrH 1, II TH^'MP.VV W A Tlt'tu-in'." •• •! •: • • • "i ;..T';\ r _ In " F '1. T..\ • 'Ml! I - r x'l'Ffr. .-ntic- For Lnifcd Sl*lr Smatof • ' 'W. R. STUBBS i • • .M» • • B • • • • • • VV VLTER .-. OTT ARVOVB [ [• I IWDEPENDENTCOlUliN^ [- — Fit PfM»drnl THEODORE ROOSEVELT , For VKe-Ptemdent^ HIRAM JOHNSON, Ctmn tor « i;>rm vt •., ...n KODOCAt.' .« JirHlll WIUJAII A JOHN.tTON •: •i- Foe Goirinwc-I-** t~~l', ARTHURfCAPPERJJ! * M Mil. i.u>vt«ur IM l»;,Kt litHH.JTTI K •i [ [t For Presidential Electorr • HenryVAlIenlH] (H f.^-K. J • ErG^Bartberger'lx] :...c«;DfS.BiUingsJe^{x] P Gomer'Davies 0 • CW.KeplingeflH) -i^ZO H.'M.'Poe S J.N.Shackifeton [xI LT.T ; Smith' 0 M.\W;Suttonl(x| wrxTWhite a I t A '-itu uf «i • » » llEAl-ll

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