Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 9, 1912 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, November 9, 1912
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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, SATURDAY EVENINg N OVEMBER 9.1912. **THAt MUST HAVE BEEN A PIECE OF LOOKING GLASS YOU BROKE,** Says Fdix^o Fink. OKTHtt DROP -rH« 0.0 WXN TS-ALL KINDS yWA^TED—QIRL FOR GENERAL house Jworlcs; Apply 606 East St. WAMT—YOtJ TO KNOW ABOUT Ui« fl4 <8t fruit and farming section In Plolida. AddresB H. O. Gates, Ar- cadla. plorlda. P. 0. Box 20. WAMTEI>-G00D SINGLE MAN on fartn. Phone 994-13. WANTED—SECOND HAND SAFE. State iize and price. Box 282, Gas, •Kaas. V " XfEN" WANTED—TO LOAD CE- ment at the beHunt Ptant of the UnK- ed Kansas Portland Cement Company near Independence, Kang. WANTED—SECOND HAND HEAT- Ing stove, suitable for office. Must be good size and complete. Plainness an4 oldness immaterial. Name price quick. Address "Stove." Care Register. WANTED—DISH WASHER AT once. Krause Cafe. SALESMAN-FOR BALANCE OF tils year and next, experienced in any Une, to sell general trade in Kansas. Unexcelled specialty proposition. Commission contract. 135.00 weekly for ex- penaes. The Continefit#i Jewelpr Co., aeveland. Ohio. • *' WANTED—TINNER AND PLU^B^T. Must know something about hard-trare A. H. Hlnes. LaHarpe. Kas. mmm FOBTOOH WANTS-ALL KINDS WAN-TED-AT ONCE, EXPERIEN- ced men in every department of brick manufacture, such a« shale pit men. dry pan feeders, tossers. .setters, and burned brick wheelers. Good wages, steady employment the year round, and cheap house rent. Address, Continental Brick Company, Aledo, 111." WANTED—WOMEN AND GIRLS at Wheeler & Motter Shirt and Overall Factory. Steody work. GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL house irork. Telephone 932. 219 N. Colboni. 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 AT ONCE—TWO Experienced carpenters; 20c per hour and board. W. R. McHIH (contractor). Phone 106. Moran, Kans. WANTED—50 WIVES AND DAUGH ters to dring our Old Golden Coffee and attend the Ladles' MeeUng at Trinity tomorrow afternoon. Foster's Grocery. . WANTED—FORTY LADIES WHO drink Climax Coffee to attend the nip^'tlng for Ladies Only at TrlnHy tomorrow at 3 p. m. Graf. & Co. Mr. foIlM Has Sold the LaHarpe EBtefprlse to Mr. Hnbhiird, Who Formerly Lived at Liberal. LAHARPE, NOV. 9.—C. W. Hubbard, who formerly moved here from Liberal, Kas.. yesterday purchased the Enterprise plant of R. H. Colley. Mr. Hubbard is a believer in LaHarpe and has come herc!\to make his home, con- sequMitly will give LaHarpe a good weekly papehJ Mr. Colley who a few weekstago mo^ed here from • Mildred with the sole aim of conducting a paper here for at least a few years, if- now undecide4<«'hat he will do. During his short,.life in LaHarpe news- paperdom he accumulated a -host of friends who will wLsh him well in any venture. Mr. and Mrs; Frank Stoddard and Mr. and Mrs.. John Hays who went^o Arcadia. Florida, some titbe ago, have now moved to Tampa. A letter fron" them yesterday stated that all were suffering from a fever and were greatly frightened for fear it would develop Into the dreadful yellow fever. Bot^ families will return here soon if they escape the disease. Mrs. Anna Barker returned jester- day from Independence. Her daughter, Mrs." Bert .Tohnson, and son, accompanied her home for a short visit Lee Sutton, of Blue Mound, is t)]e guest of Mr. and Mrs. Danna Anderson. R. J. Austin, of Washington. D. C. U expected today for a visit with hi* brother-in-law. Dr. F. P. Stapleton. The Ladies' Missionary Society of the Methodist church, will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Lee Means. The lesson will be "China." Mrs. John Campbell will be the leader Master Thomas Pitzpatrick, of Erie Is spending the week-eod with his grand piirenu, Mr. and Mrs. Thomar Fitzpatrlck. Jule Bacon has returned from a Keek's visit at Geneva,. tW. J. Rumbel, of Mbran'xras a busi- WANTED—A GOOD FARM HAND, .single, to work at Sanitarium. Dr. Sutcliffc. Phone 615 or 595. WANTS—ALL KINDS MAN TO TRAVEL IN KA.VSAS— Groceries. Candies. Jewelry; Good pay and Tailored Suit or 20 year watch free in 90 days. Experience unnecessary. J. E. McBrady, Chicago. FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—GOOD APPl£S. 15 TO 20c per bushel. S. H. Weltb, LaHarpe. FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—FOR SAjjB T^T, o.iii. wi!Ti«5TU'RFD P0-; POR SALE—10-YEAR-OLD MARE. ,an7?hinf b'Sr'SJ'S?^-: ^^S. i w.l._bring_colt in ApriL Harry Blake- good. Also spring boar. Address More Bros.. lola, Kans. Phone 988-33. ly. Route 1. Elsmore. Kans. CRYST.M. WHITE ORPHINGTON CI c nnrvn I.-ARM MORSE chickens for ?ale; Kellerstrass strain FOR SAI^GOOU l-ARM- HOKbh. ^^^^^ winners. Cocks, cockerels and pullets from $1.00 to $.'..00 each, i according to size and age. Delia J. or win let out I.iaundry. for his keep. lola FOR SALE—GOOD 8 YEAR OLD horse, '300 lbs; 610 N. Washington. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, OUR modem residence. Call at 608 E. Madison. W. T. Watson. FOR SALE^-HOUSE FURNISH- •ngs, rugs, linoleums, trunks, suit cases and combination beaters. Bon- nelh 9 N. Jefferson. Phone 1290. FOR SALE—GOOD, MODERN house, well located. Cheap if taken at once. See J. B .Powell, or call on J. P. Halderman at 319 S. Cottonwood. FOR SALE—DRIVI.NG MARE AND buggy; city broke. Phone 257. FOR SALE—ELM LUMBER; Expert sawer; have new mill. Come and «e while mill Is on the ground. W. A. Dawson. WAIL PAPER. "Wall Paper that has made a hit Don't pass it up. Buy some of these papers even if you don't use' them for a year. It's an investment that is worth your while. Early callers get the best selections. WATERS A DANFORIH Drugs and Jewelry •fi « If Yon H«T« « PICTCKES-TO FRAME bring them in early to avoid S the holiday rush. Framing a * picture is the only sure way to * preserve Its beauty. They also make nice holiday presents. * We carry a complete line of * picture frame molding. $ THE (S L.IHARPE FCR.MTURE STORE « H. R. MARTIN, PROP. * « » A NEW IX)T OF » » FointafB Syringes, Bnib 4= % Syrlnres, WktriInK Spnys, » » ifoi Water -MiSes, Ire * « Ba(s> AU HB I JWS, Ferer . * 8> Themometen, Rabbcr 5lp « » prf^lte. ' : » « We Guarantee All Rubber « » Goo^. » At « » F. 1. CooksejrZs Bw Sf^r^ C f LaHarpe, Kansas. «»««$««»««««»« FOR TRADE—GOOD 5 ROOM OOT- take and barn for furui stock and tools. "T." care Register. .Mrs. Hoaley has been an Invalid fur the i>ast ten years .caused from a stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Ilealey came to LaHarpe In 1S92 from Washington, U. C. and has lived htTo ever since keeping hous «i for lirr Itrotlier. Carl nornbolt. She has nicuinulated muny friends wli<) ixtend heartfelt sympathy 10 Uie bcroaviul rolativens. Funeral services W«T»' in'ld tliis affomoon at th Presbyterian cliurch with the Rev. O. W. Sydman offltiating. Uneback brothers left tliis week for southern points and the following notice was found on their door: "The country went to the Devil on the 5th and we went to Texas." Mrs. W. Q. Snodgrass came near having a conflagration hack of her home yesterday. She wa.s burning some trash when the blaze set fire to the grass on some neighboring vacant lots. The prompt work of neighbors saved the big Spangler barn. —Cabbage $1.1.^ per hundred pounds at J. A: Brown s. Mr. and >Irs. W. J. W.^oils went to Gamett today to visit tbehir son a few days. Dan Withers, of near Bronson, was calling on Dr. A. M. Klrkpalrick yesterday. Mrs. E. J. Bondy entertained her lola club yesterday afternoon. FOR SALE—80 ACRES. GOOD 8- room house, splendid barn, good cave, wells; about 50 acres under plow; near school; not far from lola. Priced lower than any other land like It In the county. Small payment buys It Call on The Allen County Investment Co., Kelley Bldg.. lola. Kans. Waters. Unlontown. Kans. FOR S.\LK—HANDSOME 5 ROO.M cottage, two lots, on paved street, close In, city water in kitchen, sewer conne<;ted. sidewalks, etc. All Im- pro<eraents paid. Inquire C02 South St FOR SALE—DUROC JERSEY^IALE pitC! of Mar<-h and April farrow; good, strong Individuals; will weigh from 200 to 2.".0 pounds. Farm miles FOR SALE~60 HEAD HIGH GRADE Shropshire breeding ewes; 40 lambs; . g^^j 2.".0 pounds. Farm H4 mues 1 purebred Shropshire buck. F^rm i \ ^^^^ ^^^^ of Cariyle. Phone 984-4 mile east and % mile south Car-j^^ p Weber, lyle. Kas. Phone 984-4. W. F. Weber.! VOR S-A,LB—40, 80. 160 OR 200 acres nice meadow land; 5 miles from lola; $35 per acre. Want no trade. See owner, S. W. Lust. LaHarpe. Kas. FOR SALE-BEST TEAM OF TWO- year-old mules In the country. S. E. McGlnnls, LaHarpe, Kas. FOR SALE—PURE BRED CHICK- ens; 8 Crvstal White Orphington henS, Kellerstrauss strain, 1 cockerel, $9. Telephone 1210. FOR SALE—OR WILL TRADE FOR mlloh cow, good strong runabout; 82T North St. FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BES-T locations In thp county; 80 acres 5% miles southwest of lola; good 3 room FOR RENT—FOR RENT FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS llles souinwesi iti ivtu, i exttl. IU!,.>1— p un.^ionau house: fruit and water. See the owner, I for ,lpht housekeeping; 2% W. Jack- A. H. Miller, Route 1, lola. _ ; son. Phone 954. FOR SALE-WAIA'UTS AND PE- cans. A. U Townsend. Phono 992-42. THE DAY'S DOINGS AT ens Gin KKVIVAI, MEETIXiSS AT t'HRIS. TIA.N VHVHVU ARE SC( rKSSFL'L FOR RENT—8 ROOM MODERN house close in/ Phone 372. I'enional Mention of Many People Thai Will Interest All Their Friends and Selghbont. GAS CITY, iiOV. 9.—Considerable Interest is being manifested in the revival meetings at the Christian church conducted by the blind evangel 1st, V. L Goodrich of LaHarpe. Large congregations greet Brother Goodrich each evening and It,Is now defintiely decided that the meetings will continue next wegk and probably longer. The subject for this evening •• Boy Ihe "KRISPY rK.vrKER" In S.)iwnnd Cans. I'KK TAX at ;0c Hr CARL & HUNTER -The Flood Story" or "Thi- ArR. a' T\pe of the. Church." morning subject will be —Try a Register Want Ad. ness visitor in town yesterday. C. L Wilson and son are shipping a -ar of hay to Kansas Oitj- today. -Miss Flo Morrison has retnwied to VIoran ,after a two weeks' visit with ler sister, Mrs. Ernest Helm. Russell Burtch writes that he is well satisfied with Mena, Ark. E H. Ruble, of Coffeyvllle. was called here yesterday on account of the 'erious Illness of his son. Harold, who s Offering from typhoid fever. Miss !hlarguerite Cox entertained « aumber of friends with a party last svening for Miss Gertrude Gllmore. of Moran. Mrs. L. H. Daggett tae gone to Gnr- oess to visit Mrs.' Swearlngen until Monday. WIlMam and Lois Cooksey spent yes tcrday with their grandmother, Mrs. M. E. Cooksey, of lola. Jesse FiUpatriek and Ethel Brown pent yesterday with MI SB Echo Luck?y southeast of town.., • Presbyterian Chnroftt The Sabbath fchool at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 1. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7 :00 p. m. Mid-week 'er\1ce Wedneeday at 7:30 p. m.. All ue cordtaUy Invited to these services. -C. W. Sydman, MinUter. M. E. Church: Sunday School at 1:45 a. m. Preaching service at 11 \. m. Junior League 3 p. m. EJpwortti r^eague 6:30 p. m. I^reachlns ,service 7:30 p. m. We invite everybody who '.s not attending Sunday- sdiool. to this •aspiring Bible hour.—Arc)j|e f. Mof- 'on. Pastor. , Mijs. C. E. Healey, age JS years, 9 •Donths and 26 daya, dietf'niuraday iStoK at n:PS o'^lodkjater a aeriomf a ^Ss ^f' oiil> 'tL 't(hf Qaye. HoweT#J IMPORTANT! Train 409 goes through Wichita, Hutchinson, Sterling and Lyons connecting at Geneseo with' tbraiigb service to Pacific Coast Train 407, leaving lola 4:46 p. m., goes through to Wichita mak ing connection at Wichita for Colorado and the Pacific coast Train 410 has through, first- class coach and standafd sleeper to St Loufs, making good connections with all lines at St Louis. Train 408 makes connection at Rich Hill for North East and Southern Missouri points. LE HUNGER ACOIC Greatest .Memorial." Sunday night, 1 "Will Morality Save?" or "Must a Man j Belong to a Cliurch to Be a Christian/' M. M. Cubblson, of Mildred, was In' town shaking hands with old friends today. Charlie Roberts, who has been visit Ing his brother, Guy, went to Caney today to visit a sister before returning to his home In Kansas City. ' K. H., of lola. «-as over last evening for the revival meetings at the Christian church. Mr. Chenny. of Caney, Kas.. is sj)end Ing the week wii4i bis sister. .Mrs. T. P. Summers. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Hugsies, who have been living at Maize. Kas.. where Mr. Hughes has been agent for' the Missouri Pacific, have returned to Gas City probably to stay. V. L. Goodrich delivered a sermon last night on "A Tour of the Centuries" in the Christian church to a large and appreciative congregation. Mr. and Mrs. O. L Pitts entertained Mr. and .Mrs. Isaac Carl and Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hunter at dinner yesterday. Lester I.«wman. who was called to Rich Hill on account of the death of his grandmother will return home tonight iidwin Hunter went to Garnett yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and re­ turned last night on the plug. He reports hU mother. Mrs. J. E. Hunter, about the same. Charlie Monninger was in Colony on business yesterday. .^fi.^8 Kmmn Fr.'epo and Miss Fi^ jOf llumlo''!;. r.n^, y.r=. r .-ank Konpy win be , „f j^^.j.^^ guc-^^ts of Mr .s. .Monninger yp-teiday. il. BnirauM'it. who has been working in .North Dako4a during the sum- The Sunday "The World's Our store is now open to serve * $ you of the best there Is obtain- $ :» able. We carry a full line of « $ GHOCEBIES « « Gla.«s. Tin and finulte Ware $ « A H4 Xotfaas »t All Kiadi. « % Come in and let us show you $ * our stock. S Spat Cask—Xa DeUtery m « F.B.aM&J.BOTI» « What Is Your Problem? Cost of Living Good Roads Soil Problems Rural Church and Rural Life Factoiy Development Possibilities of the Small Farm Farm Home Problems And many other questions will be discussed by such experts as F. D. Coburn, J. H. Miller, II. J Waters, Chancellor Strong, G. T. Nicholson. J. R. Koontz, H. U. Miidge. Arthur Capiwr, G. H. Hodges, and others at THE 0 Kansas Agticoltoral IndDStrial Confess HUTCHINS^ iber 19-20 VIA For and train W.E. aDoiit fare _ -_.#ppiy to LOST AND FOUND, LOST—SCOTCH COLLIE DOG about 4 years old; will answer to name "Bob." J. F. Halderman. Phone 1256. Reward. LOST-SILVER FILIGREE BROOCH with pendant. Return to Register office. FOR EXCHANGE FOR EXCHA.\GE—GOOD CLEAR western Kansas land for clear lola or suburban property. J. E. Quick, 203 S. Third St TO EXCHANGE—A NICE LlTlLE home for good team, wagon and harness. A. W. Beck. 15 E. Madison Ave. mer and fall, returned here this week to spend the winter. H. C. Elliott returned yesterday from Deerlng. Mrs. Andy Hoke arrived yesterday from Arkansas to Join .Mr. Hoke and make this their home. .Mrs. Grier and Miss Leta Evans are spending the week-end with M TS. Mninimett. of Travis Addition. Mrs. V. L Goodrich, of Ijallarpe. is spending the week-end at the It. Clin- (m home. A number of the school teachers will return from Topeka this evenings Some w^ill not be home until .Monday morning on the Katy Flyer. Christian. Church: Men's meeting Sunday at 3 p. m. Subject. 'Is the Voung Man Safe." Monday evening subject. 'The Rib Story" or Adam a Type of Ohrl.'Jt. Urgent Invitation t.o all.—Victor L. Goodrich, Evangelist. l.HPORTA.NT NOTIfE. We sell ten to eighty _acre tracts finest land in Florida near Jacksonville; good market; $1.00 per acre •iown and same per month. Grows all kinds of crops, fruit and vegetables. Fine, healthy climate, good society; easy to make living and big money besides. Exclusive, cheap tickets Nov. 19th. Come and see me quick. D. B. D. Smeltzer. WOMEN—SELL GUARANTEED hosiery 70 per cent proflt; make $10 daily; full or part time: beginners in- vesUgate. STRONG KNIT. Box 4029. West Philadelphia. Pa. LADIES—WHEN DELAYED OR irregular, use Triumph Pills; always dependable; "Relief" a nd parUculars tree, Write National Medical Ins.. .Milwaukee. Wis. Professional Directoiy. • i • DR. C JL RDSS • mum • « KstracUoa without pain by th* # <> use o( Nitrous Oxide Qaa • « B MU Ka. I Northrap BIdff. • • Phones—Otflca CSS; Rea. • • • • MONET TO LOAlft f « Will lend on houtahold goodli 4 ^ pianos, organs, MWlng nut* 4 • cblatM, diamonds and lawalry. 4 •> J. W. COFFEY ^ OlUea. Mo. Ii« Hortk PHILLIP HRIOELI HARNESS AND 8ADDLSBT Geaaral Repalrlaf , llOH Bonth SUeet—Ida, F. L. B. LEAYELL, K. B. 4 BpeelttlUes: 4' Diseases of the Chest # Diseases of Children 4 X-RAY i 4 Pkanes-Offiee 147; Rea. 147 4 lola Sute Bank Bldg. 4 4 « •444 T.O.CANATSEY Expert Piano Taniiif and Repairing. WItk Sobarta Huale Ca FHOillill 4 4 AUCTIONEER! 4 A. D. CoUins 4 General Farm Sales; Livestock 4 a specialty. Satlsfaction guar- 4 anteed. Address, Carlyle. Kas. • • 4 • ••••••4444444 4 4 4 iRAB.FRANT3S mm •PT«MrrM«T JamliT Btof* "TelN the Whole Story.» —To say tlmt Foley's Honey & Tar Compound Is for children and grown persons and contains no opiates tells only part of the tale. The whole .xtory I.-! that it is the best medielne for cougiis. colds, croup, bronchitis and other affections of the throat, chest and lungs. Stops la grippe, coiigh.s and has a healing and sootJiMg effect. Remember the name. Foley's Honey & Tar Compound, and accept no substitute. Burrell's Drug Store. How's This? We oBfr One HunilroHKiUirs Rnnrd for »nT _i>e of dtuib Uimt caoiwt be cured hy BiW CMarrb Cure. F. J. CHENEY * CO.. ToJnJ* O. Wr, tbe nodentcned. Iiave known F. J. Chater for tbe lut 1} yrma. and beHere bUn prrfnUr boD- onble In aU buslnea* transtcUooi and BBaBdWir able 'ja airy ooi any abCgilloiUi made by bX am. N ATIONAL B A-VX or CDMinci. Toledo. OU& Hill'a CktaiTli Cure b talvn Internally. setlDC dlrKUy upon tbe Mood and mucous nirtacea at tba aystrm. TnUmaaUbi ant trre. Piiee 75 ccnta par . boitlr. Sotd by all Dnnzbta. Take UaUa FaicOy malur ruiaupatlaa. . „«ldke*«a(lMnaf caBawiiii ««<blM.aBai t tMa •tBMwMUfar wawlwiiiMa ••iirnth«»«fa»«t tipw»« — •f OkllMuiT Mbetod (which • ^a nmwatat Ilia coM el i . factory. dMdia*. CM I U^' L ^ etbar racatv* iravr ckolc* •( &aaa boeka: ' Tke $4*00 (Lilce illnstrations in the ahnonncements from da^ to day.) I This dictionary is KOT publisbed oy the original pnb- ' W EMTE UAN Ushers of Webster's dictionary or by their stKcessbrs. > «||««k r It is tbe o.N-i.r entirely NEW compilattoo by tbe world'* t- Breatest authorities from leading tiniversities; is boaad la MCnUItAKYruIl Limp Leather, flsxible, stamped in gold on back and nfamaMI sides, pnnted on Bible paper, with red edges and comers f RJoaded; beatitHnl. strong, durable. Besides the general contents, thera » are aiaps and over 600 subjects bcautiiuliy illustrated by three- |, -r-. _ .1 9 color jplates,-numerous subjects by monotones, 16 pages of |BMr «*n eduqit;ona|^ cha»ti_and the latest United States Censtis. Present * ^ftf M educational ».i.a.i» —v. ^-^ —• at this' office SIX ConaeecUTa Dktioasry Coapoa* and Am iTfee S8JO0 ft U esictt* the same the~H'J& book, exit iSeMmtAM e<vt ia the ttyle of Wf!«5»fi • edges tnd iBawaaof with 'iqnare The $2JM U ia ptam cMb biodt H^m '^Z- "Stamped io cold W§ W^B^IESIAN xxi >»* SUM if aia<anaoMM»4#^

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