Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 2, 1911 · Page 5
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a Halm. M. D.. Ocnllst The M. W. A. lodge met Wodnpsdny evening «nd decided to have their annual rabbit hunt on December U and 12. This IB the llrst lime the hunt has beep, planned for more tlian one day. It does not mean that the hunt. ers must be out both days but it is so arranged that If any hunter is unable to attend on one day he may be able to do so the next. Thomas I.elghty and James Clark were elected cap. tains. They will meet today and divide the iodge into two teams. Tlie big supper which will take place in January will be open to the families of the M. W. A. and Royal Neighbors. '• By tlfe kindness of a number of the fi;iends and neighbors of Mrs. Jake ShultK, a delivery wagon full of pro- cedes were placed in the Shultr. kitchen Thanksgiving morning Tor her four grandchildren, who were left tor bpr to care for after the death of her daughter one year ago. About tony donations were made which will provide food for weeks to come. Mrs. Sbultz wishes to express her sincere thanks to the friends for their klnd- HI —Our large line of Christmas goods yin be open for Inspection Monday. Dec. 4th. Waters & Danforth. drugs and jewelr>'. Another wrestling match has been nrnnged to occur tonight in the old Woodman Hall, between Bert Wright B middle-weight of Kansas City and Blgelow a one hundred and serent.v- flve pound athlete of Buffalo. Wright has been winning all of his matches in this section. Bigelow has shown class in his bouts and has a good record. Wright was scheduled to mei >t Claiborne of BufTalo Thursday ntjjht but it is supposed ClaIl)orne became aflUcted with "cold feet." Mrs. Reamer, who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hreii- nan, returned lo her home in Kcnsas City yesterday. Mrs. M. J. Jones returned to Savonburg today. Her daughter accomi)- anled her for a short stay. Ray Jones will spend Sunday in Savonhurg. J. C. Gilmer of Thayer has iraileil for the I..ineback stock of general mer. chandise and is in town today getting the slock ready to ship to Thayer. The Lineback brothers will continue their real estate business here as us- •ual. . —Will furnish nres.sied ITngs at 3c per pound. C. E. Meader & Son. • Mrs. M. K. Julian of rnionloun visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Waters this week. J. C. Brlster has started a dray in this city. The high school basket ball team will play Mildred in this city Friday evening. The Masons will meet Thursday eve ning in their hall and elect officers for the coming vear. Mr. and Mrs. George Donnan. who have been visiting the C. H. Hackney and Will Donnan families for some time, returned yesterday to their home in Genosia, New York. Miss Zoe Donnan accompanied them for an extended visit. Ralph Barker of Bartlesvillo visited WB mother here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wood entertained at'dinner Thursday for a large number of relatives. & S..Haggman of Yates Center, will begin a series of meetings at the Baptist church Sunday night. Lena Bray of Moran visited friends here yesterday. John Vaughn shipped a car of hay to Kansas City yesterday. —SHOE HOSPITAL. All cases curable. I can fix 'em. E. E. Gates, proprietor. The following relatives were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.( Hurlock at dinner Thursday: Mri.l J. H. Bock and datigbier Maude of lola. Mrs. John Quick, of Tola. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hur lock of Ft. Scott. Sir. and Mrs. John Martin of near Colony spent Thanksgiving with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Tolle. John Tolle shipped two c*rs of hay to Kansas City yesterday. Mrs. r. W Friedlcy'and son Verne have returned from Garnett where they spent a \ery pleasiint Thanksgiving with relatives. They al.so attended the wedding of Mrs. Friedley's cousin. Mr. Harry G. McAfee to Miss Sana Heech. Miss Heod is visiting her parents in Topelia this week. tl.orse MolUnkopf and family spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Hanson of Moran. Roy Maxey of Chanufe is visiting heri' tliis week. William McCoy of Moran was a busi ness visitor here yesterday. Mrs. Bethany Irvin of lola, Mrs. Maiilil.i lloleman of Bronson and San' Theobald of south of town took Thankselvlng dinner with J. A. Brown and family. SUsfies Rila Egle and Gertrude Martin entertained the 500 club last evening at the Egle home. Mrs. W. H. Rickctts and 5frs. S. Pet er were Inl'.iated into the lola Woman's Relief Corps yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rort Dowlor after a short visit with relatives here, returned yesterday to Bartlesville. Miss Mable Burton accompanied them home for a short visit. The W. C. T. V. and the Young People's nraneh gave n supper last even. ing in the rest room just east of the State Bank The proceeds will be used to buy furniture and reading material for the room. Don't forget the Holiness meetings whieli are being held J« thi- church in the southwest part of town. F .v- erybodv is invited. • I'reshyl«rlan Church. Siindav school" 9:45 a. in. rreaehlng 11 a. ni. and S p. ni. Christian Krideavor G::W |>. m. (Ji 'orge H. Clymer, Pastor. .HethodiW ( hiircfa. Sunday school !*:4.T a. m. Kfuvordi l.e;ig!;c C'Mi }). jn. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. vn. Rtv. J. T. .M:i>or. of Kansf.< ti<y. repnsentlng Bethany hospital will Iin -.K-h. S. L. Chase i'asior. TIME TABLE Effective Nov. 12.1911 nSCELLAITEOUS. •INSORE IN THE "CONTINENTAL. Largest company in the world. Stewart & Funk, Agents. WANTED—nSCELLANEOCS. WANTED—SALESMAN FOR TEA and coffee wagon; married man. References and bond required. Apply Pennsylvania Hotel. WANTED —EXPERIENCED DIN- ing room girl at Pennsylvania Hotel. WANTED—POSITION ON FARM by married man. Address "L" care Kegister. WANTED—HORSE TO USB FOR Us keep. Call 501 S. First or phone lOSl. CASC»TY sale at Mills' from visit WANTED—WOMAN FOR KITCH•n work; 202 East street. FOR SAIE— mscEix.ixrors. FOR S.\LE—160 : ACRE FARM; good creek Jjottom S lihnd; good <seven room house; two gotJd bailns; located IM miles east of Geneva. Kas.; known as the John Dickey^ farni. One-half cash, balance time at 5/ the owner. H. L. Cobb, Savannah Mo. Deal with FOR SALE^A. MULE (ioLT FIVE months old; also farm maire 12 years oldi weight 1450 ipounds; sound. Phone 1400. FOB SALE— idsm -LAlTEOUS. FOR SALE— WOOD in town $2.25 a cord. It. D. Horville. DELIVERED Phone 474-T. FOR SALE—A FINE 320-ACRE homestead relinquishment, in South Eastern Colorado. Price $300.00. E. W. Myler. Phone 304. FOR SALE—320 ACRES 5 MILES from Moran. It's the cheapest farm in Allen county. If you are interested • • ; j Jiind really want a bargain, come la SIXTY CENTS A.:BL'SKEL WILL j anci see us. lola Land Company, e paid for corn at Ciaiboi ne's mill. { WANTED—ELEVATOR BOY AT he New York Store. Must be IC years if age. UA.VTED—COI..ORED GIRL FOR general house work. Phone 2S. WANTEf>—EXPERlE.VCED FARM 'land; single man. Phone 994-21. LOCAL REPRESE.VTATIVE WA.NT ^d. No canvassing or soliciting required. Good income assured. Address National Co-Operative Realty C'>.. VHi.l .Marden Building. Washington, D. C. —Bulk Oysters for restaurant . .Mrs. R. .\. Faddis returner! Bartlesville this week after a with her daughter Mrs. Baker. i jjaj g^..^^ j.^ars of apprentlce.shlp. Sunday school will be held at the' ppgiton^ waiting in city or country WANTED—MEN TO LEARN THE ijarher trade. Here is an offer that includes tools with tuition. .\ method usual hour at the Christian church. lola 39. Buffalo 21 was the result of last night's basket ball game. Harry Heath of Humboldt is visiting his parents here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodnough of Chanute and Mrs. Skinner and daughter, Irene of I.aHarpc are the guests of .Mr: and Jlrs. H. S. Perr.v. Mrs. Hiram Troop of St. Ix>uis arrived this week for an e.xtended visit with D. D. Troop and family norili of town. Mrs. B. F. Patterson after a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Moomey returned yesterday to Blue Mound. Arthur Kinman has accepted a position as agent for the India Tea company. Mrs. R. H. Stanton and daughter. Mae are expected this afternoon from Porker. Kansas to spend a few days at the family home In West Gas. W. -A. and D. D. Long and Dr. Twadell of lola spent Thursday hunting In Uourbon county. Thfl Holiness members arc holding meetings in LaHarpe. Elvji Strelch of LaHuri)e spent yesterday with Miss Beulah Pickens. PUBUC SALE! I vlll Mil at Public Aartlon on the Hurley Jienell turm, V.i vortbytnt ot lolo, and Six miles »ontbwc»t of C'arlyle, on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 1911, Beginniatr at 10 oVIock a. m., the following property, («wlf: miles S HEAD OF HORSES. Conslstittg of 3 choice brood mares, all in foal to Percheron horse. 1 is three years old. 1 nine, and 1 thirteen years old; 1 iron gray horse colt :;j years old, weight loOO lbs.; 1 spring horse colt 8 HEAD OF CATTLE. 4. cows giving milk, 2 will be fresh soon; 1 yearling heifer; 1 summer call. 1» HEAD OF H0G8. Consisting of 1 brood sow with pig; 1 Poland China boar; 2 O. R. C. thor­ oughbred white boars; 15 shoats that weigh aboi^t ISO lbs. % F.4KlfI>G nn 'LEJfE.MS. 1 Deerlng binder; 1 14-inch walking plow; 1 2-secUon harrow; 1 com planter; 1 2-horse wagon, nearly new; 1 l-horse wagon; 1 buggy; 3 cultivators. 1 almost new; 1 set double harness; 2 sets single harness; 1 grindstone; 52 gallons apple cider vinegar; tools of all descriptions. 500 bushels com in crib, some fodder, etc. 60 young hens. Many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE—Ail sums of |10 and under cash in hand. Ail sums Ofver $10 a credit of 12 months will l>e given, purchaser giving note with approved security bearing Interest from dale if paid when due. If not paid when due to draw lOfc .from date of sale. 4^ discount for cash on credit BiBes. No property removed until settled for. Bankable note required. LUNCH ON GROUNDS. DDL. C. & BISHOP, Auctteneer. JL UOBABT, CleiiE. US Gl ihops. WJrite Moler Barber College, Kansas City Mo. WANTEl>—A LOCAL .MANAGER .'or a large manufacturing company of pure food and family remedies. A great opportunity for the right.person. .\ddress P. O. Box 581, Fort S '^ott. Kas. —It will be to your interest tp buy your flour and feed of H. Klaumann. 206 S. .lefferson. Phone 259. FOR SALE—PEKIN DRAKES AND tuff Rock chickens. TPhoi^e 486. FOR TRADE—Ai FIRST CLASS fi oo nihouse for tei^m, [wagon and harness. H. O. Adams Gaf-. Kansas. HOUSE A.ND LOT'FOR* SALE, 406 Kentucky. Big bargain! if taken at ^nce. Apply on preipises. 1 GOOD FIVE-PASSENGfeR AUTO- jnobilp, first class cdnditlpn, to trade or city prolierty. J; W. Kowell, over Spencer's Drug Store. I FOR TRADE—A tS-ACRE FARM 3 iniles east of Garnett. f<jr lola resi- jJence; 40 acres extra good alfalfa iland. Price $C0 per^acre. John Bell, Route No. 2, Garnett, Kans. FOR SAIiK— GLASS SHOW CASES coiinters, good safe. Cheap. Kelley Hotel Bldg. —Don't forgot big Auction Sale of Sheet and Framed Pictures tonight at TbiimpHon's Studio, S. Washington. FOR SALE—GOOD 160 ACRES 1 [mile west of Leanni; well Improved. For terms apply toi o^ner; Wm- Campbell Box 372. Humbpldt. Kan. ICn ACRE FARSjI.-BARKER COUN- ty, Kansas, fair Inairovements. Will trade for livery stt'ick qr good city property. J. W. N^well^ over Spencer's Drug Store. ' ] FOR SALE—BRdWNi LEGHORN cockerels. HO cents iacb.; Mrs. J. N. Thompson. Moran,' Kans.; Almost 1000 titles in the recent popular novels—Old Standard Books, Poetry and Juvenile Books at a uniform price of 50<S There is no increased cost of living in the book line. Evans Bros. The BooKselters. ^VE DO NOT HANDLE IMPROVED property, but to accommodate a friend offer the following in Palm Beach county, Florida, for immediate sale. Pfve-acre truck farm. 5 miles southwest of Delray. All In cultivation, .6- room log house and bam. Only $350. Easy tercd's. Also city block (4% acres) bordered by palm trees, near Ocean Beach, three blocks from post- office and enter of thriving town on Florida Coast $850. Easy terms. Hold this a year arid one lot will repay pur- hase price. Bryant & Greenwood, Republic Bldg.. Chicago. . FOR ANY CATERING WORK. CALL Miss Miller 203 S. Chestnut. Phone 526. UPHOLSTERING, FURNITURE RE pairing, ola mirrors resllvered household goods packed for shipment, general repairing and work of all kinds Paper Hanging, etc. Phone 1175. A. E. Johnston, 211 S. Jefferson Ave. KUHLMAX BROS. WANT YOUR corn and kaffir corn. Located with Newton Milling Co. . —G% Money. R. M. Cunnlngbam. Wm. Hanna is loading two cars of hay for T. B. Shannon who Is shipping it to Omaha, Neb. Claude Jtiry and family took dinner with his parents at Lallarpo on Thanksgiving. Miss Genevieve Taylor is expected home from Ft. Scott this afternoon. A number from here attended the lola-ButTalo. basket ball game in lola last eveliing. There will be preaching at the Chris llan church in Gas Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All members and friends of the church are invited. The sermon will be to the new members! J. E. Hunter of Buffalo la here on business. Hp will visit his son Edwin Hunter and wife over Sunday. Aunt Kate Hackney was a visltorl In lola yesterday. Mrs. W. H. Brown- of Travis addl-! lion who has been quite 111 is aeported some better. XetfaodiNt rhnrrh. Sunday school at 10 a. ro. No preaching in the morning. Thcj pastor will preach at Plqua. Services at 7:30 p. m. Subject] "Watch." Everyone is cordially Invited to at-j tend. R. M. CuUison, Pastor. Cured In Her Own Home Tonn. Wichita Kas.- Mrs. C. L. Grounds •ells the way Tor her fellow townsmeij to be cured of tbeir kidney and blad ier ailnt^nts, as she was cured. "Som«| time ago I suffered with Kidney trou ble. 1 had a severe pain in my 'baclij and side and when llald down iQ.| seemed as if I conid not straighten npJ .Mother told me what good results father was getting from Foley Kldnej Mils 80 I went to the drug store ant got some and commenced taking then I began to get better very soon, ant now after taking two bottles the pali has left my back and side, and I an cured of all my kidney trouble." J. D: Mundls & Co. A CO.XFIBJIED'STAi'EMEXT. Evidence lola Read?ra Will Apjirecl- •at^v Doan's Kidney PIHs bate done splen aid work In this locality. > Have merited the. unstinted praise they have received. • [, . Here's evidence of thejir value that none can doubt i its' testimony frfim |hls locality twice told and well'conftrmed. Such endursemci^ts &ie unique In the annais of medicine. Should convince \Uo most skeptical lola reader. > Otto Kreuger,'407 Chhstnut street, lola. Kans., says: "My kidneys were badly disordered and tl e kidney secretions passed irreguU rly and conr talned sediment. I^was subject to ser vere attacks of backache and stooping or lifting aiwa'ys, c^use^ stiarp pains Fiarm and City KANSAS AKD OKLAHQXA Loir Rate; '.Ananal er Seml-Annnal Interest—Prhllege to Pay in Fall Reduced Hates on Fire Inioranee! R.M.Ci]nning;ham 0]d Conrt Bonse Bldg. lola, ffu. Mrs. TP. W. Thompson, who under went a severe operation at the sanli tarium several weeks ago. has recovl ered. She returned to her home yesf terday. —DB. 0. L. COXi Oeallst In uiy loins. Not Kntil Kidney Pills, was I able lo get any permanent-relief. This Remedy helped me to much from tJBe fl; st that I continued Its use until my kidneys were loing their work i)ropfrly. At that Ime I gave a sthttmeM. for publlca- lon telling- of my experience and I aow take pleasureHn t anflrming It." For sale by all dealers, v Price 50c. ."•'oster-Milbum tw., Bfiffalo. N. Y.. 5ole agents for the Dntted States Remember the immef-Ooan's—add take no other. ; ) —We wish to call your attention to the fact that most Infectious dlseaKeo such ns whooping cough, diphtheria and scarlet fever are contracted when the child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold and greatly tessea the danger of contracting tliese diseases. This rem- (1 used Doan's edy is famous for its curea of colds. The Halstead a^d Bbffalo basket ball teams left this moining for Buffalo accompanied by »rof. William Harriss, of this clt.y. wt o will referee the game between ^the iwo teams tonight The Halstead jilayera have tieen here since Thnrsdi y night, when they played tola. ,The lefcat of Buffalo fay Tola was inore decisive than that, of Halstead. !i and according to dope among the local fans. Halstead should take the ga ^e tonight -Yon will find that dtugglsts every where apeak well, of k;hamberlain's Cough Remedy. They know from long experience in the;sale cases of coughs and cdlda it can always be deepnded qpon pleasant and safe tp takj all dealers. of it that in It contains no,opium or other narcotic and may be given to a child with Implicit confidence. Sold by all dealers. —Fred Ronden, Period Decorator. Phone 78C. Erick Ericson and .John Bergsteln. of .«avonburg. are in the city today on bnslness. PRIVATE MOXEY TO LOAK. We have some Private Money to :oan'on Farms. Low Rate. We also "lave Eastern Money at the lowest rate md best terms. Let us tell you about jur terms and rate. Prlvlledge to pay It any time. THE PETERSON LAND.CO. Phono 97. Old Court House Bldg. PETERSON LA>'D COMPATir. lola, Kansas. FOR TRADE 160 acre farm In Benton county Vrkansas; 50 acres In bearing orchard ::lear; close to K. F_ town. Price $6000 ^or lola property. Three Improved farms in Dallaf "onnty, Arkansas, one clear, for lols .jroperty. 160 acres, improved, in Beckhan. •ounty. Oklahoma, clear; for lola iroperty. Price J3200.00. Chetopa residence and 3 lots. Zoi tula residence. 80 acre farm in Montgomery county well Improved, for lola property. We want $72,000 stock of general -nerchandlse and store building for ranch ot equal value in central Kans- WHITAKER & DONNELL. ' A "SOFLLESS COBPORATION." VOt TThen Archibald Jones Is the Snperintendent The Baitlesvllie Enterprise gives credit to Archibald Jones, a former 'ola man. now superintendent of the "iartlesville Zinc Company's works, for in act of kindly justice. An emplo.ve, O. L Large, died as the result of in- urles sustained at the plant last sum- «'jer. Son^B days -ago the widow asked -. .lonn»>for a recommendation for lor OS s^o planned to tali^ a Job selling toilet, articles. He investigated ier ease and tba .outcome was (hat be sine cqmpany paid »her fSOO and will give her a month while she takes a course in some good business college in the hope that she can thus become self-supporting. Mrs. I.Arge never sued for damages and the company was aotuatfld. solely by humanitarian motives..- , i^olej KldB«y nib.. —Tonic In action, quick ia results. "ViWX cure any^se of.kldn^ or blad^ der disorder not bejsond tho reach of medicine. No need to say more. J. D. Mundis & Co. , ECZEMA ^ oaedlMutaad do not care «b** Wtrnf -O-Xt-i-Tr-D. I nak* £li brood and that it Is k For sale by MaHmwr.iiof tmf •a I ak >• jot» etaaea totbO«.yoa ttat t know •bat I WB talkliv •"""^i ^^S ^EiJif^ aMTO I^MnrBSM. , «ura that 1^ cooncm »oa Ui • du than I or.aiqmorelM mald'ln a tiiaivynQMtmneBCtaiieBtDPioMmr rWwm. Br wrttlnciBeto -terTaainll aniotfiaon nMinnin- foH ttaa rod Sad «KS4M «cM .ibia •o*M iuiku>for ^da. ^jMttiy l^yia am^^ac yog Dr.J.E. CoaUjnadaaU WE NEED THE-BUSIfffiSS And will make it intijrestlns and to your, advantage to give it to OS. Txyns and-s«— We write Insurance, write Surety Bonds, write Burglar In- snraace. draw Legal Papers, take Acknowledgements, make Lpans on Farm Lands — and make them ^-at as low a rate as those fellows who advertise to make loans at Sfo', so dont forget to come and.let vs jwove it to you- And perfiaiw wa -may have some trading propoaitloitB. that will Interest you. Come In and look ihem uver. and let^ get busy on something. ALttN CO. gEAtTY CO. B. L. ThoapMB, Mgr. OFFirn^S EVANS BLDO. TOLA SOUTH BOUND. No. 201—JJaij/ Passenger_^._l:Ori p. m. No. 203—Daily Passenger. 2:43 a. m. No. 207—Dally (except Sunday) Passenger ^w__L.___..__; S: 00 p. Ok No; 215—^Daily (e-xciept Sunday) Way Freight Arrive 12:01 p. m. Depart 1:05 p.m...NORTH BOUND. No. 202—Dally Passenger 2:22 p. m. No. 20-1—Daily Pasenger 22:20 a. m. No. 208—Didly (except Sunday) Passenger 6:30 aim. No. 216—^Dally (except Sunday) Way Freight Arrive 11:15 a. m. Depart J 12:01 p. m. W. E. RALSTON, AUEST lols, Kas. MISSOURI PACIFIC TIME CARD. Freights— West Bound. 191—Local (dally ex. Sun) Iv 3:45 p. m. 451—Colo. Bed Ball (daily) Iv...8:38p. jn. Freights— East Bound. 458—R<'<1 Ball (dally) ar. 1:10 a. m- 492—Local (dally ex. Sun) ar 8:00 a. m. PasaenBers—West Bound. 407—Kansas City-Yates Center MaU and Express (daily) Iv 4:47 p. vn. 409—St. Louis-Wichita Mail and E.-cpre-ss (daily) Iv...'. •.'.....••...8:33 a. n>. Passengtrs —East Bound. 410—St. Loul-s-Kansas City Mall and Ex. press (d.-iily) nr. 7:17 p. m. 408—St. Louis-Kansas City Mall and Express (daily) ar. .S:33 a. m. HERCBANTABLE ABSTRACTS. Every Abstract made In dur offloa is guaranteed to be a i^erchant- able abstract or money refunded lOLA ABSTRACT C0MF;ANT. Frank Wood, Manages. > <» * • • • *i« * • • • SOME GOOD B^VBOAIKS » <fi We have several good residences 4 •B close in tor sale at attractiTO 9 iS prices. Also good bargains In M farms, and other paying propoBl- A ^ tions. See us A Charles k Potter. a PBOFEMSlOlfAl DIBECTOBT. WQiSSt TO hOASl t wm lend on household goods, 4 planoa, organs, aewtng ma « IUBSS ,-'diamonds and. lewalry. • J. W. COFFET « 119 Korth Stnet « « Dr. OJB. BnsUleli. Dr. CM. But. • DENTfcSTS. • Boom Ko. 1, Hoithnv Slis, • Phone-Offlco 553; Rat. iS. « •B •6 WBT NOT I a Have Your Piano Tuned by an 9 S Experienced Tuner—One Llv- 9 S Ing In your home town. - * T. 0. CASATSET i - S •£ Piano Toner and Bepafrer 9 Roberts Music Co. Phono 421 • F. L. B. LEAYELL, M. 9* •S SpeciaiUea— a Diseases of the Cheat « Blseafi^ of ChildreB. • • S nonafcrOmee 147; B«^ 1«. • * lOLA gT^TB BANK-^BLDd. « 9 « «.«.S 9:f» 9 9'» 9 9« (S •!> •k<l> t • •f'• • • • • « SatiafMtloB gaaraa |Md .WIr««r '* ^ HABm^ A^I^DDBLBT X CremraST.BeptdiiDg',' AU 'Elndi £ la ^^^^uiTd ^rip^iokets, .Jola to. Hot 8p(&i0iitiirk4'^witlt'r<h £B limit <oL.three mouth's. Xro^ data of sale.'trifhstoiJ-SyBr'prfrtleBeB going! fsdcretumr.off ^a every day Jn the' year, for -- The toe wdy.ftre is 112.65. E. .t MUNGER. > Phone 160. |[o ^;BaMU(«^ TO CUBE A COLD fir^ -r«Take LAXATIVB Bl Tablets. DhiBglBtii re^i it Caila to «ar «.5 :«t>Wi'' Batora^is ov.8aeb?boc.'^cr^

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