Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 4, 1912 · Page 6
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r e tHE lOLA DAILY REGISTER MONDAY EVEmNG, NO VEMBER 4. 1912. L Democratic (li ^ndidate J for Register of Deeds . of Allen County I Will Appreciate Your Support For County Treasurer 1^ « JOHN T. TYLEK Pres. lola Business CoUogo. Your Support Salicitfi It it Kansas State Teaclier's Association Topeka November 6 and 9 Till" fdunto's Ijcst tilings I D eilutiiilon broufeht rlgli' to your door. Groat Bpesilf '^rs with great nici5sapos. A Letter and more varied jiroKrii • than ovcf before —crowded \> ' •^ntliiisiasm, uplift, roIij.\ati : mil pnjoyii)i>nt for you. ' Miri old frl< i,i ?s— Make uow irieudslilps— Take a look -ill lonn— To|»«>kn dally I.-'OWR more Ix-autifiil. As to railroad .'<r •vicp. yda •want the lio<t—ar . wo offer it; Jast trains and i» r ly of then; luxurious lars. -.rii^oiia attentions and Sa. • Fe safety. The finest meals in f world at Harvey II OUBCS alont he way. W;. E. Ralston, Agent PHOXE 375 lOL.V, K.V>S. |iW,£lVewcomb GOOD THINGS TO EAT! 4 N. Wash. Phone 161 Our Prices Arc Right our deliveries ai" ci.crht, .our groceries ai v-eht CaU on Us * The SalTuUon Army. - —We will hav- Rurau..gc S R e at Madison street on Prisuy afte- noon All kinds of clothe? Coiut- and v •• vlU | ':ijielp you. The C '^nririr 'ding; 0ff'< er, UEl"i ^ 'KDERSOV fc. -• . - . Pelos C!u!j*. Tonnohip TiraNurerV .Innnnl State uicnt of Herelpts Expendilores and In>ii tiii-diiPMH. ' 'I M. iMdtTnlgnod. Town-hlp Treas- j J ' • ; Tola TownM»i>, Allen .I 'v. Kiinsa.s. Lssues the followinF tiiutnuoni of Keoeipts. Kxpendlturct and Indebtedness for the year cudlnr Monday. October .... A. U. 1912. Kxpenditurfii. Gcnoral. road and T\vp.«Fnnd. N OV . 11. 1911. Shcrrill. .lason. for dragging road % Christy. B. F.. for dragging road —-* Baxlcy. S. T., for dragging road Cory, Carl, for dragging road. Delap. J. F., for dragging road Sherrill, John, for dragging road and gen. road work Bassett, W. A., /or gen. road work and dragging road and overseeing Oliver.. A. 11.. for dragging road Straii-'or ;'::T\. C .PO , for gen. roa'i • Schuster, t :or general road work Boitn, Win., for gfeneral road work Baxley. S. T.. for general road work _ Ling. A. A., for dragging road Murphy. C for dragging road Wilson, S. E.. for general road work and dragging road Klein, Paul for lumber and sand . 1 Williamson. H. C for storing election supplies Northrup Lumber Co., for lumber and sand McCarty, C. C, for repairs Ewing. R. A., for services on township board, election duties and expense Barntaart. E. L., for services on board : Haycsi H. O., for services on board and making report.. Nov. 25, 1911. McKinney, W. B.. for dragging rbad Oliver, A. 11., for dragging road Wilson. S. E.. for general road work and overseeing Hassott. W. A., for general road work, overseeing and dragging road Southard, P. .1., for dragging road nale, Wallace, for dragging road :;'^arhBrt, W. S.. for expenses and adv. United Iron Works Co.. for repairing roller Dec. 9, 1911. Bassett. W. A., quarrying rock and overseeing Folkner. A., for team work... Klein, Paul, for lumber and sand Coutant, B. M., for hardware.. Murphy. C, for dragging load lola Dally Register, for printing treasurer's report and public notices McCarty, C. C,. for blacksmith- Barnhart, E. L., for services on (»-)). board and rb^d work Ewing. R. A., for services on Twi 'loard and road work._ Ca ^ii. 1. .1. F., for road work. H. • -. O.. for services on '.s; -jriard and road work-. t -v f'o.. for twp. supplies Doc. 23. 1911. Southard. P. .T., for dragging road .Shorrill. .lohn. for dragging road Ung, W., for dragging road.. Wilson. S. E.. for general road work and overseeing' Bassett. W. A., for general road work, dragging and overseeing Cory. Carl, for dragging road Delap. .1. F,. for dragging road Baxley. S. T. for dragging road Christy. ^B. F., for dragging road Sherrill. Jason, tor dragging road .Ian. 9. 1912. .Nailbnal Parlt Hank. N. Y.. (from lio; d tiinds, for bonds, ini-pps' and row..) 2.">30.00 •Ian. ro ; Rasst ' A, for geuiral roait v.-orl; . .. Wil .-ii .n S K . I'M- peneral road work nunnfti. c .M . for dragging road iihaunon T. B. for hardware lola Daily Register, for printing overseer's statements.. Feb. 3. 1912. rock asd overBeeingr 6.00 i .2r 5.4r 2.T,{ » ,^ ...... yj».fl,»^.« .rock .tad jKcmMMuc 65.90 Wllabn, S. E., for general road *ork : 3.50 HiUbrant, A. O.. fot ei )gine « Aire -1 15.00 Ubrville, L. E.. for rock . 5.35 Vtb. 17. .1912. Qoatty.'Guy, for dragging road 2.00 QMle7. S. T.. for dnu ^ng tfMi . 2.60 Mnrpbr.'C. for dra 'iaiU« r6iid 4.00 Bassett, W. A., for general road work and dragglngj.. 3.50 Wilson, S. E .rfdr generai road work 7.00 Warden. J. B., for dragging road 1.00 Sherrill. John, for dragging road 2.00 Jhrtety, B. P., for dragging road .- 1... 3.00 Oelai). J. P.. for dragging road . 3.20 <:ory. Carl, for dragging riMd 3.40 sherrill. Jason, for dragsjng road .-^ ... 2.00 ilayes, H. O.. for services on twp. board : lo.oo Tarnhart, E. I.... for Services on twp.. board 10.00 .'iwing. R. A.,- for services on twp. board and labor - 11.00 March 16. 1912. \'ew(on Milting Co.. for coal.. 1U.61 MclUnncy. Wl B., for dragging road .- Z 3.00 kVilson. S. E.. for dragging. and general road work 21.." M •outbard, P. J., for dragging road 2.40 Cloin. Paul, for lumber 3.84 .March 30. ^912. Bassett. W. A., for general road work, dragging and overseeing 11.00 iherrlll, John, for dragging road 4.00 kVllson, S; E.. for general road work and overseeing 44.00 aaxley. S. T.. for dragging road ..L 2.60 .McKinney; W. B., for dragging road 4.00 iouthard. P. J., for dragging ; road - 5.60 iHslali, J- f-. for dragging road -. 3.60 Murphy. C, for dragging road 1.60 oberrill, Jason., for dragging road 2.00 Jhristy, B. P., for .dragging road .— 3.60 \prll 4.1912. .National Park Bank. .N. Y. " for Int. on bonds . 26.6i April 13, 1912. Wilson, S. E., for general road work and overseeing 101 tlbodes, Joe. for macadam road dOO.OO Sherrill. Jason, for dragging road 2.00 dassett, W. A., for general road work, dragging and overseeing 31.10 Murphy, C. for dragging road 5.20 McKinney, W. B., for dragging road - 4.00 Oelap, J. P., for dragging road • ulng, W., for dragging road.. 4.00 Jbrlsty, B. P., for dragging road 2.40 Jeahm. C. H., for road work 21.00 Jaxley, S. T., for dragging road 5.20 3ale, Wallace, for dragging road 12.00 McCarty, C. C, for repair work 3.8."< Cleln, Paul, for lumber 17.18 Jreen. E. G.. for road work.- 12.50 ?outhard, P. J., for dragging road - 4.2 lock, Frank, for crushed rock R.OO .loore. Geo., for dragging road 3.20 \prll 27, 1912. Ihodes, Joe, for macadan* road 8.10.00 .Vllson. S. E. (or general road work and dragging 69. Jaxley, S. T., for dragging road - 4.60 '«uthard. P. J., for dragging road 2.30 'outant, B. M.. for hardware.. 3. 'asnett, W. A. for general road work, dragging and overseeing - -— 29.32 .ing. W.. for dragging road... 4.40 "urner. J. E.. for dragging road 2.00 hrlsty. B. F.,„ for dragging road )clap. J. F., for dragging road lurphy. P.. for dragging road lay 11. 1912. I 'llson.. S. E.. for general road work and overseeing . '.assett. W. A., for general road work, dragging and overseeing: bodes. Joe. for macadam road urner. J. E. for dragging road . hristy, B. P., for dragging road J. P.. for dragging road ing. W., for dragging road.. "alden, J. B.. for dragging road '.ale. "Wallace, for dragging road . herrill. John, for dragging road urphy. P.. for dragging rbad urner. J. E., for dragging road 1 ieln, Paul, for lumber and pipe . cCarty. C. C, for repair work :ay 25, 1912. cKinney. W. B., for dragging road .assett. W. A., for general road work, dragging and overseeing ;o8her. A. A., for freight 'elap. J. P.. for dragging road hrlsty, B. P., for dragging road herrill. John, for dragging road lurphy. C, for dragging road urner, J. E. for dragging road ing. A. A., for dragging road .'iison. S. E., for general road work ock. R. p., for cr.uahed rock., •irtlett. S. D., for* overseeing IM mites of macadam road oad Supply and Metal Co.. Topeka. for two road drags he Corrugated Metal Co.. Emporia, for 24 corrugated culverts J.. ;ixley, S. T. (or dragging road wing. R. A., tot services on board and road irnbart. E. I*, (or ser\1ce8 on board and road l.S.OO ayes, H. O., for services on board and road tthodes, Joe, for macadam road 4.0) 3 .4< 4.8< 2.01 2.0t 16.li 33.5( 2 .61 12.0( 7.5t 16 .5t lO.nC 4.4f 3 .6( 45.51 22.41 2.0f 41.2( 11 .3( 2U.6( 10.01 12.0( 4 .01 1.11 108.2r 48.ot 4.0< 4.8r' 4.5( 30.0( 39.51 1.5t 22.5: 6.6f 2.0" I* "clap. 24.3t I.e.- lO.Of lO.Of C.Oi 6.0< 2.0( 2.8< 2 .4C 2.0( 72.5< 31.8( 2.0( 2.0f 2.00 2.00 2 .01 4.00 3.00 2.00 ri .75 87.2.1 730.00 3.20 2.80 2.00 2.00 5.00 6.00 2.40 2.00 12.00 10.90 .90 6.80 154.00 10.25 2 .00 2.00 2.40 4 .80 2 .40 4 .00 17 .00 6.00 75 00 34.30 240..55 2.00 18.00 18.00 tuU payment 1364.00 June 8, 1912. Bauett, W. A., for general road work and overseeing... 65.50 ^annon. T. O., for hardware 4.59 Klein. Paul, for lumber 20.44 .Wilson, S. E.. for general road work and overseeing Baxley, S. T., for dragging road Delap. J. P.. for dragging road Walters. S. E.. for dragging..road .Turner, J. E.. for dragging road .Murphy. C. for dragging roail Robinson. M. t;. for repair work —^ Hale. Juanita, for typewriting specifications . : McCartv. C. ('.. for blacksmith-, ing -------June 22. 1912. Wilson, S. E.. for gencriil road work and overRcoIng . Cleaver, K fi >r dniRging road Christy. 11. 1-'. lor dragging road . -: - . Mun »hy. P. for dragging road Sherrill. .'lOin. for dragging road Delap. .1. P.. tor dragging roati Walters. S. IC. for dragging road - . Ling. A. .\ . for dragging road "burner, .i. E. for dragging road Baxley. s. T., for dragging road Bassett. W. A for gpnoral mail •' work, dragging and nversoe- ing ... . lola Portland tVinent Co.. for use of scrapers ... •National Park Rank. N. Y. (from bond fimd) for interest on bonds and com July 6, 1912. McKinney. W. 11.. for dragging road Wilson, S. K.. for general mad work and overseeing . . Bassett, W. .\.. for general road work, and overseeing Coutant, B. M.. for hardware Ling. A. A., for dragging road Walters. S. E.. for dragging road .Murphy. C. for dragging road lola Daily Register, for advertising for bids on macadam road July 20, 1912. Bassett, W. A., for general road work and overseeing ... .. Wilson. S. E.. for general road work and overseeing . .McKinney. W. B., for dragging road •Hayes. H. O.. for services on twp. board and express Ewing, R. A., for services on twp. board Barnhart, E. 1.... for services on twp. board and posting election notices Brown, J. W., for filing bond.. Aug. 2, 1912. Bassett. W. A., for generai road work and overseeing.. Wilson, S. E., for general road work Klein. Paul, for lumber and sand .... Aug. 17, 1912. Wilson, S. E., for general road work and overseeing ;.. Bassett. W. .\., for general road work, dragging and overseeing Taylor. J. S., for dragging road Delap. J. P.. for dragging road Sherrill, John, for dragging road .Northrup Lumber Co., lor lumber and sand Crumley, Sam, for extra Janitor work at iirimary election Aug. 31. 1912. Delap, J. P., for dragging road Bassett, W. A., for general road work and overseeing . Wilson. S. E.. for general road work and overseeing Uiii'nhart. E. 1^.. for overseeing work on macadam road Turner. J. E., for dragging rbad Sept. 14, 1912. Kasqett, W. .\.. for general road 92.00 2.00 2.40 5.00 2.IIII 1.60 3 .".0 .:.o 3.79 KtS.OO 3.00 2 10 2.40 2.40 2.40 3.60 4.40 3.20 2 00 1I7..".0 4..'.0 4.S4 (Ml 4 20 lrty.7.-. 2.00 1.60 2.40 1..-.6 12..-.0 192.00 M niRS A Few Applications of a Simple Rcniecly Vv'iil Bring Back . : the Naliircil Color, 'Tull ont one frr.^y l".:.:- n:id a nozen I will ial:e it.s pla -t" 1.= s "i:i o!.J saying; I which i.o, to R j;reat extei.-, tr;e, if no steps .ire {.iken to <=; ^t> Ui«- •.—•i.- : When gray haini appear ii is a si :hct Nature needs assistan.e. li w Nature's call for help. (Jray i nir. Jifeless hair, or hair th.nt i"* .VC.ijr mit, is not ncrc !»5arily asi :n of n'yarr-rjr r.^e, for thoro are thoa.-an V'. of c' lorl.v p<'oplo with perfect hfa Is of h.iir witl>-Mt a sin'-lc strcnk of pray. O ^Vhen hairs'come, or wh' the h»ircccn:s to Kl^cWa or dead, some (Too!, rotis '.i !e li.iir-restorinc trc.ntmont shoul.I be r --vOrli 'd to at once. Specialist.? r.-y fit one of the best prcpara* tinnr* ti tice is the old-fashioncu ' W RO tc4" v.-'.-Jchourprnndparentsused. The bestpre.-w-ntionof Ibis kind i." Wyeth's Sago nnrl Sulphur I! air Remedy, a preparation of don'.estic sa^e and sulphur, 8cieiit;.1ci!lv ccmpiundcd with later dis* coven.il hsir tonics end stimulants, the whole mixture bein.ccarefully balanced and testcil by esjiorts. • Wyeth'.s S& TO niid Sulphur is clean and wlwlesomo and p«Tfcctly harmless. It rcfre.-.h "9 drv, parched hair, removes dandrylf nncl Rnidually restores faded or jrray hair to it;j natural colo: • iDon't delay another minute. Start using Wyeth's i S.i{;e and Sulphur at once and see what a difference a few davs' treatment viil make in your hair. fhis preparation is olTercd to the public at fifty cents a bottle, and is recommended and sold by all druggists. IldJjnn If S—juaSv l «!.'3ds 2.00 lo.s.- 10.00 12.00 1.00 134 .2r 4.50 14.46 74.2.- General. Road and Twp. Fund. Dec. 9. 1911. 85.7.". Bal. in Allen Co. State Hank $4.".2t;'.i 4.00 Jan. 3. 1912. 3.20 From Co. Treasurer SSH .Sl .Ian. 31, 1912. 2.40 Int. on Hal. In Bank 17.71 May 6. 1912. 47.4:: From Co. Treasurer . 2.".:: 1 Fel... 1912. 1.0(1 Int on Halance in Hank H ; i:{ 1.0(1 .March. 1912. 2.00 Int. on Balance in Hank... 17 111 April. 1912, 263.85 Int. on Balance in Bank... 1.•..:::! 263.85 May. 1912. 60.25 Int. on Halance in Bank. . lt!«l 60.25 Juno. 1912. (;.2.". Int. on Halance in Hank _ 1171 July 22. 1912. 2.00 Donation from .Melvin Fronk .work and overseeing . Wilson, S. E.. for general road work and overseeing Klein. Paul, for lumber and sand Cleaver. E.. for dragging road Coutant. B. M., for hardware McCarty, C. C. for hlacksi ::lili- ing Barnhart. E. L.. for services on twp. board and road Ewing, R. A., for services on twp. board, at primary election and expenses Hayes, H. A., for services on twp. board _ .. •cpt. -JS. 1912. .McKinney, W. B.. for dragging road Bas.sett. W. A., for general road work, dragging and overseeing Wilson, S. E., for general road work and overseeing Beatty. Guy. for dragging road Walden. J. B., for dragging road Sherrill. John, for dragging road Uelap, J. P., for dragging road Baxley. S. T.. for i^ragglng road Walters. S. E.. for dragging road Cleaver. E., for dragging road Murphy, C, for dr.igglng road Ransom & Cook, for macadam on Lake road ..^ McCoy, P. P.. for crushed rock Barnhart. E. L., for overseeing macadam road . Ewing. Card & Gard. retaining fee for the years 1911 and 1912 Oct. 12, 1912. Barnhart, S. C, for dragging road _ lola Daily Regititer. lor five order book.* .. Brownl J. W.. for filing bond Bassett, w. A., for general road work, dragging and overseeing Delap. J. P.. for dragging road Christy. H. F.. for dragging road --- Walters. S E.. for dragging road Turner. J. E., for dragging road -. .Murphy. C, for dragging road Ung, A. A., for dragging road Wilson. S. E.. for general road work, dragging and overseeing 153.2.-. 2S.2r 65.49 \.-,(. r,.fi 17.1 lO .fM) 14 2: 8.(10 6.01 186 .2.- 31..5U 2 .or ri .5o 4 .00 3.20 2 .80 n.2( 5.00 1193.48 4.90 30.00 50.00 1 .50 1.. 1.00 142.2J 2 00 1 .60 2.00 5.60 2.40 3.60 86.75 .Northrup Lumber Co.. for lumber and sand _ 21 Ransom & Cook, for iiiacadani on l.«ke road OoC.T.' Barnhart. E. 1.... for overseeing macadam road . . 21.2.-. Oct. 26. 1912. liassett. W. A., for general ro.ul work aiid overseeing . l.'.l.;'" Bale. Wallace, for dragging road - 14.00 Ransom & Cook, for macadam on I..ake road 105o.n Wilson. S. E., for general road work and overseeing 114.7.'. .MeCoy. F. P.. crushed rock, for extra work on macadam road .'.1.9! Barnhart. E. L., for overseeing macadam road 27.5t> Total Expenditures Jl.-.SI.Vl.-. Oct. 28. 1912. Balance in Allen. Co. State Bank $ 9629 6! $24974 7t: Vote for CARL J. PETERSON for State Supt. of In.surancc . I will appreciate Yinir Support Receipts. for building culvert . 2" o" July 27. 1912. Donation from Kl>. Huiler for work on the I'urdnui hill ..: i -Sept. 14. 1912. Donalicm from C. Arnold fur work on Purdom hill 2.'. '"i Oct. 14. 1912. 2 .-.K" Inly. 1912. Int. on Balance In Hank. . 11 :tr. Aug.. 1912. Int. on Balance in Hank_ . 1:51" Sept.. 1912. int. on balance in Hank 12:«9 Aug. 19. 1912. From Co. Treasurer 2.;7.'. II Oct 28, 1912. Prom W. A. Ba.ssett (poll tax) is 'i'i .Nov. 4. 1911. Bond. Balance in .Mien Co. Hank .".st; l -i Ian. 3. 1912. From Co. Treasurer 66<' ic; Ian. 10. 1912. Prom Co. Treasurer 1609 I" May 6, 1912. Pronr Co. Treasurer . 1I12M AHff. 19. 1912. From Co. Treasurori . 902 .1 Oct. 30, 1912. Outstanding checks 11(;7.K4 WHY NOT Burn the gas and smoke wh,ich is produced by the * . combustion of coal. The Acorn Air Blast Stove • will do it. We have just received a new supply. Total Receipts $24974.7r. Indelitedne .Ks. R. R. Bonds . $2sr .iiii.iMi Total Indebtedness ?:;3.-.0'> 00 The State of Kansas. Allen County, s.*. I Do Solemnly Swear. That rhf within and foregoing Is in all respects a full and true account of all th«' moneys received by me and expended, together with the indebiedne!--s of said Township, during the full period of the year ending the last Monday In October. A D.. 1912. and for the lull time (or which I should mak«^ siu-h statement. So help me Cod. Signed, H. A. IIAYKS. Township Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to. before me, this 1st dav of Nov»-mber. .A. I>. 1912 R. A. EWINC. Township Trustet The Woman of Strange Powers IS CREATING MUCH TALK AND GREAT PRAISE. Crowds &re Calling on the Veiled Prophet \^ hose .>lar\el <iu'> riairMMaiil r »ner>. IVni-lratin:: I IIN I!;!!! and I'nerring \ccirrac.v rumplelel} Rallies Scienlilic Mnr >^ti:.Mlii >u - The .irarieloiis Test* She Has Porlnriiied in the i.a>l Feu I>a}>. I 'riMc the .Mairniiude iif Her Stramie and >\ouderfiiI I'ower- She llnc^ .Sneb Thinirs That raller.^ I.tiok Cpon Her a'» a Visitor from an I"ii <li >c">ered ^Vorld. Miif l-oiiir-.' Pi-rin. tin- rmt-'d i'.-.>-^| I'n iliolo:;!.-;!. v.lio i.- visiting Inla for l!ic ' , ..mjn;; :ir.-t liin.- is i):<nins a p.-'nnine sensation She is fine 01 the favori'il persons to wlioin liy 111.' L-if! of nature Ira.i been eranfed The tloniiname of t!ie soul-niind Tliroui;!! hor' wond-rful aliilitv to '.vi-ii ;i. :.-;irn tli'> t rii:!i. eon- o:ir l.usm.-ss. domestic or !'>.e a:;:!!.:- -\rf you undecided, in (i'Mil.;. iin'';:ii|iy or in trouble? Is there any nuirr. ;• of human interest that i.'-rp!'\.'^ y.)n ' Call i>n her and .she will t'li joii jus; exactly that which >oti v.isii to know of and advise you draw aside th.- .iirtaiii w'iie.'i h:.!e.- to the :iltimri;.'. oiL.rco:ne of your pres- ;he vista of the fiiture f.-oni our view. ,.nr .iifi'ieuities: so far as it is in her as well as R.-r ability to reail what lii.s ; |„i«er to (io sh- wiU assi.-t you. Her . -•- ... . ^ . kho'.vhii'-'.' of life !.-• broad, deep and I'l-'ifound ani! tombirifd with her mar- ..•!ous i>syil;ii- priwiTS and her superior knowleu-.;.> <••: th>' <» cult forces, en.-.Sil.'s h-T to i :ot only rt-ad your lite. ]:i>\. ir.-.-.-iit auJ future, but to also IRA B. FRANTZ THB •PTOMfTRirr •xelitslv* OtaM- ^Kin« apeeianM At Haaaa's Jaw«Ii7 store been wriuon in th.- archiv.'s of t:?.. l.a.st. si'.e ran.rea'i ymir life as t'.-c l)a.5es of an I'j.en book. T.'ie faculty that- ti.e Madam dis- I I'lays in aicotnpMslMni: ttiroiiirh I '.tr j own methods that which s<"'i!i- iu;- lK>ssib!e tf) (iTher .s. has b.'.-n r-.,- ad.vi-.' an-! .is.-ist you of lola for the i >as* f^w da>s. and Tlir-nicii !:er tnarvei'.i..! power and many wlio lia\e her. tofore h.>.n sk.-i- .oh!.-.- t--.' s .^paraterf are brought to- tieal have pone to .\liue P.rin'i.> i>--t ^.•!l:>r. ar- n:aile friends. lost her powers and all s .-.-in cn.incd iiroinTty i.- r .^rovereil. tlie mist is tliat she i...- ull that sli- il.ii;i;> i.. be ibviisii.il mv.iy rroiii business ventures. For instance, .she u!tih"si'atiii::lv ami earthsMuface is explored, her arciiralelv tel!.- .-ai h ..iller past. '-'"i^iT's ar.' hiM bare !.. her my.«ter- present and fufu:.'. am! in <u.-li a cou'- '""-^ I'-!'-.-pi!..• mind, ami while she ^lnc!n^ wav .TS to !ea-.<' no r-om for V''-"-; .la' — , f i.'s and figures her vis- doubt .Vo other iisv.lne wl'o ha- \,s- s*'' 'I'l!!.!.:. iin.ie.I a! the re\ela- tte.I till- s.ction 'nn lay . to a- tion~ - i:- !r.al.-..s i.r rh-m li'aiiv siiec.-ssfu! r.-a.liujis :ui.! tii..r.' y,,;, ,.:vis,il call on this re- are many of our b.-si citiz-n-^ «iio can ,..,,irkabb' Ao:nar.. u-ho is at present lo- v.MKh for sum cLiiiu.s T!.o.— w!;.. ^ 212 wv ^t .Madisim avenue, liav.- heretofore maintain.'I. that 1 her.-• jjij^ u ^i,i„„ ,„;i readings for is notiiin.i; !tt chiirvovancy ;ir" re.idv t.> a few liays only I'or the nominal sum .0 kuovvleilrf.- t'l.-ir mistake uii.l u.ov of .'t-u,-, .-;;!,• i.., taking thus low put the .-a'li.' confidence in what sli.- prii-.- lii.-tliod of intiv«lucing herself tells them in regard to the future that i and work to the people of thi.<» vlcln- ithey have been compelled to show for' it.v. Office hours from 9:30 a. m. until . her readings in what lias p&iaed. . S p. m.

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