Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 2, 1912 · Page 7
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"I Didn't know Whether it Was My *Swan Song,' o r the *Anvil Chorus'," Says MID GOOHeR WD STAND UNDER KY |oii »:s :MmoovyL GMG AND PLW AS UOUOfA^CAM. I WMTTIOSEE :>imoll «M)W& 1H AT VWTER ON HE EVERrPriME.I SEREHAOe HER. WANTS-ALL £INDS WANTS—ALL KINDS FARM LOANS WANTED 4- I AM prepared to take care of Farib Loans large or small, at the lowest-rate to be obtained anywhere. Privilege to pay any amount at any Interiest paying time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L. Thompson. Over Evans Drug Store. WANTED— CIRL FOR GENERAL house work. Apply 606 East St. FARM LOANS WANTED 4- I AM prepared to take care of Farib Loans large or small, at the lowest-rate to be obtained anywhere. Privilege to pay any amount at any Interiest paying time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L. Thompson. Over Evans Drug Store. WANTED — WASHING, IRONING and plain sewing to do. Will also go out to wrk by day. 512 E Lincoln St. FARM LOANS WANTED 4- I AM prepared to take care of Farib Loans large or small, at the lowest-rate to be obtained anywhere. Privilege to pay any amount at any Interiest paying time. See me and get terms and rate, before placing your loan. R. L. Thompson. Over Evans Drug Store. WANTED—MEN AND BOYS, OUR customers, to meet us at the service at Trinity JI. E. church tomorrow afternoon at 3. It fmys to serve .lesus. Graf & Co., Grocers. WANTED -^TO MEET 2.i;0F MY customers and friends at the meeting for men and boys at Trinity tomor­ row'at 3 o'clock. East lola Hardware. WANTED—MEN AND BOYS, OUR customers, to meet us at the service at Trinity JI. E. church tomorrow afternoon at 3. It fmys to serve .lesus. Graf & Co., Grocers. WANTED -^TO MEET 2.i;0F MY customers and friends at the meeting for men and boys at Trinity tomor­ row'at 3 o'clock. East lola Hardware. WILL THE PARTY WHO CARRIED Mrs. Mitchell's Umbrella from Majestic Theatre at Stubbs mcoting return same and receive reward. Dr. Mitchell. WANTED—EIGHT OR TEN CORN Inskers; with or without teams. W. M. Hanna. northeast of Lallarpe, Moran Rural Route. WILL THE PARTY WHO CARRIED Mrs. Mitchell's Umbrella from Majestic Theatre at Stubbs mcoting return same and receive reward. Dr. Mitchell. WANTED—EIGHT OR TEN CORN Inskers; with or without teams. W. M. Hanna. northeast of Lallarpe, Moran Rural Route. SALESMAN—SPECIALTY SALES- man foip staple line. Hard proposition In which one In ton succeeds. pay a business getter 15000 yearly. C6mmt68lon contract. Weekly advance for e .\pcnsc8. R. H. Ide, Sales .Manager, Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED—MAX AND WIFE TO take charge of chicken and hog ranch adjoining the city. Apply Baxter D. McClaln. '"* SALESMAN—SPECIALTY SALES- man foip staple line. Hard proposition In which one In ton succeeds. pay a business getter 15000 yearly. C6mmt68lon contract. Weekly advance for e .\pcnsc8. R. H. Ide, Sales .Manager, Cleveland, Ohio. MAX TO TRAVEL IN KANSAS— Groceries, candles, jewelry. Good jvay and tailored suit or 20-year watch free In 90 davs. Experience unnecessary. J. B. McBrady, Chicago. SALESMAN—SPECIALTY SALES- man foip staple line. Hard proposition In which one In ton succeeds. pay a business getter 15000 yearly. C6mmt68lon contract. Weekly advance for e .\pcnsc8. R. H. Ide, Sales .Manager, Cleveland, Ohio. MAX TO TRAVEL IN KANSAS— Groceries, candles, jewelry. Good jvay and tailored suit or 20-year watch free In 90 davs. Experience unnecessary. J. B. McBrady, Chicago. WOMEN—SELL GtTARANTEED hosiery "0 per cent profit; make $10 daily; full or part time; beginners In- vesUgate. STRONG KNIT. Box 4P29, West Philadelphia, Pa. SALESMAN WANTED— EARN |250 per month sell dealers highly advertised article exclusively or side line. No samples to carry. Imperial Co., St. Louis, Mo. . WOMEN—SELL GtTARANTEED hosiery "0 per cent profit; make $10 daily; full or part time; beginners In- vesUgate. STRONG KNIT. Box 4P29, West Philadelphia, Pa. SALESMAN WANTED— EARN |250 per month sell dealers highly advertised article exclusively or side line. No samples to carry. Imperial Co., St. Louis, Mo. . WANTED—.=i0 OP OUR CUSTOM- ers to attend the men's meeting at Trinity tomorrow afternoon. This Is tl-.e King's business. Foster Grocery Company. LADIES— WHEN DELAYED OR Irregular, use Triumph Pills; always dependable; "Relief" a nd parUculars free. Write National Medical Ins., Milwaukee, Wis. WANTED—.=i0 OP OUR CUSTOM- ers to attend the men's meeting at Trinity tomorrow afternoon. This Is tl-.e King's business. Foster Grocery Company. LADIES— WHEN DELAYED OR Irregular, use Triumph Pills; always dependable; "Relief" a nd parUculars free. Write National Medical Ins., Milwaukee, Wis. WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL house work, at once. Ca)l 407 S. Elm or phone 938. WANT^ALL KINDS FOR SALE-FOR SALE | FOR SALE-FOR SALE \v *vTirn _vnn« \f\r tyivs -Q i FOR SALE—BEST TE.\M OF TWO-; FOli SALI-:-THREE ROOMED | S. Cltomvood afternoons between i: WANTED—Y OUR MAGAZINES, '^""•.f'L..,.. .,,„ „„„„,,^. g ^ , i^oase and lot, 31= blocks from square, i and r. .Must be sold at once as I am FOR SALE—FOR SALE Old books and ISibles to bind and re- year-old mules In the countr>. cover. The Rosister Book bindery. | McGlnnls. LaHarpe. Kaa. i Addre.ss S 32. care of Resistor. FOR SALE—HERD WANTED—I WANT Al.L MY GEN-j FUK aAuc—nc^m, OF LVGLE- tlemen patrons to attend the men's'field Short Horns, eight cows bred,;--(ovey. Big stock. Cash or payments, meeting at Trinity .M. K. church io-j«>r with calves at foot. Two yearling: Kd Hcnningcr. West Madi!=on. . morrow .ifternonn, .losus is tiio great jheifers, four weanling heifers and-two; — • • bulls six months qld. This offering \ FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, OUK represents IS years of careful breeii- iiinclc-rn residence. Call at 60S E ing, but' owing to my impaired health I Madison. \V. T. Watson. they must bo sold. Address H. G. : Slavcna, Neosho Falls. Kans. I WANTE 1>— TO MEET 40 OF MY vnu QiiK- vn 1 PRiTQu Mnr -.i ' friends at the meeting bOR SALE—NO, I FRESH Mn.Cll jo,- men and b..ys at Trinity M. E. cow. C. L. Morrison. Jloian, Ka.s.. ». u-hincli at 3 oVIock tomorrow after- FOR SALE--RUGS, FURNITURE, obliged to \ac;ite i'er.Iiani. tl :e house. C. E FOR SALE—FIRST CLASS MA- terlal and workmanship oh all kinds of booivs, at the Kegiater Bookbindery. WANT—YOU TO KNOW ABOUT (DO finest fruit and farming section In Florida. Address H. G. Gates, Arcadia. Florida. P. 0. Box 20. WANTED—TO .MEET ALL MY customers at tlie men's meeting at Trinity -^l- K church tomorrow after­ noon'at 3 o'clock. William Ixihman. Grocer. ' WANTED— EXPERIENCED GIRL for housework. No washing; good wages. Call or write "T," care Register.' FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—GOOD MILCH COW; S43 N.' Washington. Phono S70. FOR SALE—MA.NTLE FOLDING bed. Inquire 20S X; Buckeye St. FOR SALE CHEAP—TWO "PHILO Colony" Coops. Phone 1034. TO EXCHANGE—A NICE i.lTTLE •2. Phone "44, IjJllarpe. Arthur C. Clayton. VOR SALE—40, SO, iqo OR 200 acres nice meadow land; 5 miles from lola; %Z 't per acre. Want no trade. See owner, S. W. Lust. I .4 »Harpe. Kas. FOR SALE—ALL KINDS FRUIT tree.t, grape vines, roses antt some largo shade trees. Our stock fine; call and see it at 31a N. Walnut. Phone 11S6. J. M. Jackson. CHEAP FARMS IX ALLEX COCXTY. 80 A. 3 miles Moran; fair 4mprove- ments, $3,000. 160 A. near Geneva; good improvements. |G,000. •r' SO A. 3 miles lola, all level, black land in cultivation unimproved, S3200. Unimproved 40, level land, $1200 These are all bargains. Why rent when you can buy them on gooi! terms? lOLA loAND COMPANY. FOR SALE— A SPRING WAGON with e.\iires.<; top and small ovcrjet suitable for camping, huckstering, etc. Also want to buy a light single buggy; G16 N. Chestnut. Professional Directory. DS, C. M. RDSS DeaUst Extraction without pain by tha use vt Nitrous Oxide Gas Boom Xo. 1 Xorthmp BIdg. Pbones.r-Office 653; Res. 852 flONET TO LOAXI • Will lend on household goods. 4 pianos, organs. ' sewing msr 4 chines, diamonds and jewelrr. ^ jj. W. lOFFET - • Office, Xs. UU A'orlJi StrMt • -> • •> PHILLIP HEI6ELK • • * •> HABXCSS AXD 8AVDLEST • •> UeneraJ Repairing ^ -» • •> I10yi= South Street—lola. Kma. «• 'X"*^ •••••• F. L. B. LEATELL, M. D, Specialties: Diseases of .the Chest Diseases of Children X-RAY. Pkoncs—Office 147^ Res., 147 lola State Bank BIdg. • • • FOR RENT—FOR RENT FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. 604 .N'. Jefferson, FOR SALE—H 0 U S E ^ FURNISH- Ings. rugs, linoleums, trunks, suit cases and combination beaters. Bonnell. 3 N. Jefferson. Phone 1230. FOR RENT—TO SMALL FAMILY; WANTED—2.-. OF MY CUSTOMERS ' modern house six rooms and bath and friend.* to meet me at the men's : electric lights. Location 41."> S. Wal- meeting at Trinity M. E. church to- j nut St. Vacant Nov. 10. Phone l.i2, morrow afternoon, smith. George R. Kling-1 T. 0. CANATSEY Expert Piano Tnnint'' and Repairing Wltk Roberts llusio Co PHOXS Ml FOR SALE OR RENT—FOUR ROOM modern house, 412 E. Lincoln. See M. FOR SALE—RHODE 1SI...A.VD RED L. Decker, 211 X. Sycamore, cockerels; 7."K- each. Phone 9S2-1, Gas.' FOR SALE-ONE FIVE ROOM j LOST AND FOUND. house, corner Douglas and Locust sts., on lot seven, block 25, lola, Kansas. Clear. Price $200.00. E. Demo, Prague, Okla. FOR SALI-^—1 AM BREAKING UP iiouse koeiiinc in lola. My household good.« for sale. Call at residence, 42:' LOST—SCOTCH COLLIE DOG about 4 years old; will answer to name Bob." J. F. Haldcrman. Phone 1256. Ceward. UHIIRPE NEWS FOR TOMY XESBIT & AXDERSOX FATORED BY HALLOWE'EX PRAXKEBS. One Man Counted 1^ CandMates To day.—Rev. (iephart Gave Inter, ostlnp Lecture. « OUR Big Wall Paper stock « * mast be sold. This is your bp- « * portunlty to »cure the finest « S wall paper that j-ou have ever 3r S used. Never before In this local- 3? * lt>- has there been shown such a 3* select and quality line of Wall * 3? Paper as is now to be found S * amongst the remnants of that 3? % large wonderful wall paper as- S 3? sortment with which we supply 3; 3: our early fall trade. Only a few S *- of these elegant prints and pat- * 1 AHAWPF vnv '—Mrs n E !* <Prns arc left, and these must be 3J Ma ^rfSwrwho^S b^nA'i "\in ?h ^r -'osed o^.t a^ A BIG REmrc. | sister Mrs. J. E. Cox for some time, ,^ JION. \\e do not in end that a w returned last night to her home in * s'^glc roll of aiiy o this high * WllBnn North Carolina K'"*'^® P*''""" ^^^^ e^*"" * Wilson, North Carolina. ^^^^^ ^^^^ in>omtng 3- 3t stock. There are big bargains in 3: 3?. store for you.' 3; « WATERS & PAXFORTH « * DrngM and! Jewelry * ®*3J3'3T3!3tg-*'3J**3-3-3r*3- Messrs Nesbitt & Anderson cannot imagine what kind turn they have don« the LaHarpe boys to cause them to present'them with so many varieties of presents on Hallowe'en night. When they came down (o the shop yesterday morning they found in front of their door, washing machines, tin boilers, watering troughs and nuraer- ons other articles stacked about 12 feet high. This was a good Joke but In the mad rush to mak«! the presentation a large window glasR WHS broken which is not'entirely unpardonnble. Owing to the bad weather the foot hall gntno which was to have been played at Gas City yesterday was (lOst poned until one day next w#ek. "I don't know any news today only there are about 17,000 candidates in town today." remarked one of our friends yesterday. E. G. Danforth and mother, Mrs. M. P. Danforth have gone to Deerlng for a short stay. Mrs. Fred Remington is reported quite ilL S. C. Holmes, Progressive candidate for state senator was in town shaking hands with the voters yesterday. Mr. Gephart of Moran. dclfvcrcd an 3»»8t**3s«*3'-*»*3i*3i»* * Rr<;s * * We have 2 ."i Axmlnster Rugs W * in assorted Oriental and Floral * * patterns, 3x12 sir.e. Price $1S, * * cash. * 1114 feet by 12 feet, price * * $22.r.O rash. 3* * Twenty-five Seamless Brus- * ^ sells Rugs In assorted Oriental 3^ | * and Floral iiattcrns, size 9x12, 3» * l>rleo 111.25 cash. ^* * LaHARPE FrBXITI'RE STORE 3« * H. R. Martin, Propw 3f 3-»*3-*3»**3r**3'*3»3'H»3J morning and evening in the Christian church in Gas Citjr. Methadlrit rlinrch. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Subject. "The Pow er of a Holy Desire." Junior League 3 p. m. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Preaching 7:30 p m. Subject. "Lone lincss of thn Soul." Wc .invite you to all the services. Come and worship witli us. A J. Morton, Pastor. Presbyterian Church. Sabh.V'.i school 9.45 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m., and S p. ni. C'lristi.nn Endeavor fi:30 p. m. Midweek service 7:30 p m AM ;ire cordially invitrd to tli'-se services. C. W. SYDMAX, i'aslor. THE ours DOINGS AT GAS 6in m VOTERS ELIGIHLE FOR TIES- DAY'S C03IBAT. 3- 3r <^ 3- Christiau Dinner on Tnesdny—E. I.j* Crowell Due Home Today—Re- lieurslug f<»r "Pinafore." ! 4r -£*3-3-vS-3r!£3-*3--?5S*3r«? 3- j Gas City. .N'ov. The registration'^ I books show lSf> i-ligiMc vott-rs for tlii'" i|l (elerlion next Tuesday. . .|; Carl & Hunter are unloading a car ' of Kiiiellty I'loiir and feed today. .Mr. and .Mrs. T. E. Osliorn and Mrs. ' A. 1). Andri' went to Bronson today •o .-ittend the thirty-Iiftli wedding an, ,. . ^ ^ - , nivtrs ;irv of .Mr. and Mrs. It. l.int. ly little boy had a marvelous T, return tomorrow. . . .«rltc.s_ P. n:i.sti.-ims of. jj ^s. ,j. „. .Stewart and Irene an.I (.00.1 Hope. I pjj.,jp Stewart wont to Hror.siHi lii.-t of the ,„ visit ovor Sunday wiih In-: father. S F. Ildnis. Till' iiioMib'TS nf ilio Christian A MarTelon* Escape, —•'My escape, Prince Albert. Capo of "It r>ccurreri in the lulddle niglit. lie poi a very severe attack it. I POTATOES C A K L & II U X T E R CAR OF— FAXCr XORTHEBX POTATOES —OX TRACK PER nrSHEL . - G5 CEXTS Ti:X nrSHKL 'LOTS AT 60C !!!:ING YOUR S.\CKS i;.\T'i DEl'OT. XEAR of croup. As luik woliid have had a larse boiiir ot t:nam».erlain's. '^viu" s.-'rvi> dinner and sutiper l^Higb Remedy in the liou.<e. After j ,„ j,,,,,,^ appropriato biilldinK on Main following ilio direnlons for an liour, ^,r,^., ,.i,.,.,|„„ ,|.,v. The pc-linsl and twenty minutes ho was through ,^.|„ ,„ |,„,„j p^;,nB..Iis». VI. j r\Ri. & iirxTER i ;'.S CITY - . - K 'NSAS •I- -i' 3- rSr -:• -:• •:• •:• 3 3 33 3- i- 3-. all danger" Sold by all dealers. - fry u KrgJsler Want Ad. , (loot^rlch, wlm Is rondurtiiig i;ii-e.tini;s . ;«t the Christian Church. Mrs L Mooiuoy has Kimo to HhH S. M. Martin yesterday. j tt W. Smith has announced a .sale j to be held cn bis place .November 11. , He expects to I^ave soon for Texas to • live. —Evervbodv come and se«» the dem- j Mr wpnan 01 aioi«.. „„. onstration of Cole's Hot Blast Heatera interUtiiig lecture last evening in tho|nn Thursday, October 3Tst, at Hines'. Methodist church as the third number;Hardware. of the lecture course. A. H. Hines is in Fbrt Scott today on business. J. F. Schmidt, candidate for county ' assessor was in town yesterday. Lonnie Birdsong has returned to ' Clarksburg, Mo., by way of Kansas City for a weeks visit there. Miss Annabelle McDonald was calling in lola yesterday. -Doc" McCormick, of Moran, visited Halt- Brushes in all grades and sizes. 3r 3- Charles Freehurg of Eismoro was in \ LaHarpe yesterday. i C. F. Ashley and family are moving; to north Harrison street. Mrs. .E. H. Tobey returned yostor- day from a ten day's visit in Vinita, Okla. i . East Elm township wifl vot^ in the j Police Judge's ofHce and West Elm \ will vote in the Jury building on Main street in Gas City. Victor L. Goodrich will preach both 3-««S3T3 -a*3 -«*3r3 -3r3--£S Combs, all kinds, both for ladies and gente. See our window display. F. A. C00K8ET PrescripUoB Dnnbt . LaHarpe, Kansas. 3- 3f 3-' 3- Si 33" « 3» * S 3T » 3-. ffi 3- WATCH OUR WI.VDOWS NEXT WEEK— SOMETHI.N'G NEW EVERY DAY —PARKHUBST— 3ri Si s a, 3- 3* 'T' 35 'T' ^* * a * a * » a » 3i « $ « $ $ $a $$3 ;$aaa IMPOKTANT! Train 40r» goes through Wichita, Hutchinson. Sterling and Lyon.*; connecting at Geiieseo with through service to Pacific Coast. Train 407. leaving lola I:4fi p.. m.. goes tlirough to Wichita niak ing connection at Wi'-hita for • Colorado and the Pacific coast Train 410 has through, first- class coach and standard sleeper to St. l>ouis, making good connections with all lines at St. Louis. Train 408 makes connection at Rich Hill for North East and Southern Missouri points. her Mound to enjoy a visit with daunhtrr. .Mrs. Krank Pattersonl William Payton came in yesterday from Wi >stfrn Kiin<«as for an oxtrnded visit w.th l)Is i-aronts.' Mr and f ;..W. Payinn liii.-.itu-ss y.'sienlay. .\ I px ."UiMU'r itivi-ii last nigh' iit Silv.r Ui'f s«li<"'l house two miles tior'h of town. Mr.* Koy U O I HT;.*. who . has staying with her paronts fcir rir.ie. i«ti:rr.e(l ye 'St ;-:ii;iy to luT Mrs. fill Coloiiv Mrs. .\, beer sonn lionn i-illy li.*s retunii-il .•Mfiiil .i! with l-er >• fron. n li S <"hool William r.iiuiii. of imrth'-ast i>r l.a-,-'" llariie was fn town on liiisinoss con- l>.l«iah "iiia, . . , , norlod with his r.T,l storo yesterdav M.-tl.."i,s. . !nin h - Sni.d.y .Mr and Mrs E I. Crowell. who I" u » ' ,f" '•• ^• l,ave t,o.n visiting in Noiv York ami, tho |.: HS;O.-. f.'- M: I ull..-on. ,»..M"r. .MIehiKan since .Iiily. arc cxi'oetcd to LL HUNGER IGEXT. •irrivo homo toniKhr . The West Elm t <Twnshl|> will vote in t!;e July iiuilding on South Main strc»'f. Tho Hoard of Eiiucaiion will meet i .Monday ovening in regular session. I About fifty students rehearsed "Pin! afar-." the hich school musical, last I evening in the high school builditig. , —.Iiil-.:.- .Smnrf.^ speech Monday .i;ii.':n at the M.ijesllc is the kihd to Icse the campsign for a big repub- I liean victory Every Republican voter who can get Into the theatre should :ioar him. and then tell his less fortun- ato brethren about it. .\ number from here attended the dance in I>aHarpe last night. Miss Frankie Forrester spent the woek end with the Misses Price, of i north of town, j .lorry Dedwell was over from lola yesterday—you know what for. V L.. Goodrich. »he evangelist of ; Lallarpe. was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. j i J. L Kauffman at dinner y«iterday. 1 i Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Alstott cele- ' brated their tweniy-slxih wedding anniversary yesterday. They made the event nothing .unusual as they both wore too busy. . i Jfuse Siunsliiiry was in town on Chri^^li;in Cliiirr!i--Siil.joit tonight "Tlio Dovila Sifter •• Sunday srhoo. I" a III. f'roafti.ir.g 1! a. m. Siihjort: "The Most Kr;c<dlent Way." Preach ing 7:4.'. p. m. Subject: "Five Kindt of Fools. • Monday evening's sibject: "Jonah and the Whale." Every one lnvit'>d to ihfse Hervicos. V. L C»>od- rich. vvangeiist. —Mrs. Peter Holan.' 11501 Buckeye Rd. Clev«4and. O.. says: "Yes. Indeed I can necommend Foley's Honey an>1 T.ar Compound. My little boy had s bad case of whooping congh some times be was blue In the face. I g<>ve him Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and it had a remarkable effect and cnred him la a short time." Conta'.ns no harmful drugs. Burrell's Drug Star» —Extra low prices on new and used Gas and Coal Stoves. Ed Hennluger West Madison. RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE;—IN enewing your insurance, place some f it with me. 1 will pee that your in- erests are safely giiarded. by wrung you In a first class company. Beides. we need the business and will ippreciate your patronage. R. L Thompson. Phone 142. Over Evans Orug Store. j S0.1IE BIG B.iRGAIXS. • ACCTIOXEERI \. I>. Collins General Farm Sales; Livestock a specialty. Satisfaction guar- antieed. Address, Carlyle. Kas. Electric Wiring! I Done by experienced men. ' ° Prices reasonable. Canfielili &«Thoinpson With the L. H. Wishard Hdw. Phone S9. Here is a chance Tck most anyone to iwn a farm. See us for further infor- uation. IGO acres in A!Ion County. Kas.. 5 Biles oi a good town; level land, good oil, 40 acres meadow. 40 acres pas- ure, balance in cultivation: good im- rovements; fine never failinsr water; 540 per acre; $2 ,!'0 (j cash, 4 years time m balance. j SO acres In .Nowata county. Okla., ,4 niles of Eaion; 3i) acres in cultivation, lalanre grass land, ail tillable; $2,4u0 \ltg.: $I.:VH,| (Iho in >ears. 12'i acres in Hewpy county. Okla . .1 niles of Oakwiwid. small improve-* - - - — — I'.ents: :f i« r.-s- In cultivation; $2r.l W\ T. TKKLEWEX III'RT. •or atro. Mtg $l,2<i<'. Wl ;.'n a switch onglne bumped Info !•:(> acre-' in i{"rkliam county, Okla.. r>l\-i,-inn Superinfnd'-nl Ripley 's pri- I mile.* of Klk City; Ki> acros in rnlti- ' vat., car which was .•si(I''tracked in tho ation. bulan<-in iHitturo; $2.1"" .V{!g. I San;a Fe yard?! at" Frontenac last •.7iiu dm-.in il'Ii; I ni^-.i'. Mivislon Kr.-lnin .Air.'nt W. T. 2i.i> .icro.s In Iteckhani (--Mnty. Okla . I Tro!. a\ i-n. well known in Ottawa, was" ; milos of Sayro. couniy seat: I"0 in <?:nkon froMi h!-- l:ort!> His back was 'Ultivation; jsoi.ti alfaifii land; l'-" ...-voroly wri-n «-hri! ain! liis knee was STOVE.S Coal,. Gas and Wood Heaters I' Combination Coal and Gas, Hot Blast and Air Tights ECOXOXY RAXCES Bom's Combination Coal and Gas Ban^r—4be best.made. Prices Right! TbeLH-WisliardHdw. icre.< level v;!!;<'y land: 2 sols Imilil- ni;s. well an<! wind mill: $2.". inr acr Itg. $-.'.(iio, ilii,- in IHl*; injurwl. .Mr Tn'Io .ivt <n was taken to fi'.anuto If Is though' his Injuries ;ir" not sorious. Ni> one else in tho K" acri\- in Washita county. 0'.;la , car was hurt—Ottawa Kepubiic. m!!fs off'.ianuie: small iuinit>*«>- -—; A i;i:XfL\E ."SNAP IN HAY TAND— It;" .teres in .Mlen^iMinty; 40 acres In • uMiviitir.n; 12" .icf.'s good meadow, 3 iiitlc- from market. .< inilos from lola; 'fferiMl at for <-..iI .sale, ouly $4500. 'I'-niI>:r5"n Realty t'o. •uenis. 7". ii-To< in i -ultivation; -Aiioi' vaier. $3.."<": .M?g JI.sMti IKi* a.T''- in '"liiinrron i-nurtiy. (tkl;i,. ; niii .'S of S!;i:.-ky. aire* In i-oHi- vition; all lilnk l.iu'l; p-r a'rc ioar. Ifii) arro.^ in I '.laiue foiihiy. dkla., f inil'>s of Ok'-one. KOTH I inipr (n<'nion 's |j,!K>iit 211 :ici<s in a'faUa. 4i> acre [las- —G^o. T. Craddock. Ruble. Ark., •iir<». tialanrc in 1 uitivatioa. $.".•<"•». snys: "I was l)<»>nored with lumbago Mf::. $1,100 for scvn year.s s.j !i .-»d I could not U'O acr.'s in Locan county. Okla.. 2'work. I tried several kinds of kiduey nilos of .\'avina. good improvements, medicine which gave me little or no ^''< acre-s in cultivailon, 6.'i'acres, hay i relief. Two bottles of Foley Kidney land. 10 acros timber pasture with liv- Pills cure<i mc and now 1 can do any ing water. $2r. nor acre, clear. kind of work. I cheer'sillv recommend THE W. i\ TEATS BE.VLTY CO. .them to my friends.' Burrell's Drug lola, Kan<>a». Store. Revival at Christian churcn; ser mens e^'ery night by Pa.=tor V. W Good rich, of I^Harpe. Vital and interesting themes and an impressive speaker worthy of largest jtossiblo hearin.g the city can give THE NORTBRDP NATIONAL BM lOLA, KAKSAS OYER FORTY TEARS OF COXSEBTITITB BAlfKIXG EX TOLA Depository I 'or the United States, P.tate of Kansas, and AUea Coaatr OFFICERS: E. J. MiLI.ER. President U L. NORTHRUP. TIce-Prest MELVIN FRO.NK. Caahier P. A. NORTHRUP. Vlce-Prosi R. J; COFFEY- Asst. Cashier • ^ D. P. NORTHRDP, Vice-Prest CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $20,000.00 TOUR- BUSIXESS SOUCITED Interest Pai^ on Time DepoaiU Safetr Deposit Boxes for Beat i /

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