Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 5, 1911 · Page 7
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^r. S. Balm, M. D., OonJUt We arc hanillinK one of the largest line of Eoods lhat has ever bees shown tn LA Harue. AV^ cordially invite you to Inspect our goods and coui- e prices. Waters ft Danforth, Drugs and Jewelry. Rev. Mayer, of Kansas City, Kansas, delivered two very Interesting sermons Sunday at the MetbodUt cfaurch Rev. Mayer was here in the Interest ot Bethany hospital.of Kansas City which is supporteJ by all the Kansas Methodist conferences. The. present Bethany Hospital has only fifty rooms, but work has begun on a new (200,000 hospital containing 200 r.ooms. A free -.viil offering was laFcn here which re. bulled fn somethiui; over $30 to be «8ed for (be erecuor c' the new building., Mrs. Henry F. Grim received the sad news Sunday that her brother, Mr Alger, of South Dakota was killed in Springfield, Mo. Mrs. Grim and her brother Mr. Alger, of lola, left yesterday for that plate. So particulars accompanied the tel£i;ram «nd it could not be leaiLed bnw ho n>et death, nor Is it known where Interment will be. C. K. F(<iEin£tou stili.t^d three cars of hogs to the Kansas C;iy markets yeK^iV-ct.iy. Mr. Ic -nmniKor. is in the city today on business connected with his shipment. Mr. Walker of south of town furnished a large number for the shipment. —SHOE HOSPITAT- AU cases curable. I can fix 'em. £. E. Gates, proprietor. Miss MatUe Woods returned to Kansas City yesterday after a pleasant visit with her parcuts Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Wood. The P. D. Q.'s a foot ball aggregation of small buys defeated the Ua£ IMty team Sunday 11 to 0. Williatn Mills way a business visitor In Colony yesterday.^ .Mr. and .Mr.'. J. K. Fulton, who re- cx-ntly came ]:>^re from Colorado went I'u their farm eight miles south of here yesterday inakiog^ preiwratlons to. move. The following were rhe guests of Miss Myrtle Maxson Sunday afternoon- MlaKca Clarn and Ruth I^ury Rilla KKle Mrs. Klla Kiltle and Miss Kmma l.iiiiry and iwu of her friends fruui i(aI(J»!r.. ^ * ; .loD Cutter of Elsmore was In town yesterday on busioeKS connected wii;: hJf-- farm past til town. .Mrs. C. Anderson left last nigh: fur Terre Haute, Ind., to make her liume. .Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hurlock, of lola visited J. U. Hurlock and family Sunday. Miss Edith Barker has resigned her jiositlon as clerk in the news stand. George Turner, who has been in Fouihero Te.\as and Oklahoma . for some time, stopped, off here Sunday for a short visii with William Turner and famJjy, beforp returning to Mun- lie. Indiana. The Epwortb League of the M .E. church will give a social Friday evening in the lecture room. This is the first, social of the season. They will continue monthly all winter. .Mrs. M. K. Julian has returned to I'niontown, after visiting W. J. Waters and family. Tom Slacon. of Fort Scott, was call ing on Messrs Waters and Halm yesterday. Merchant Wright, of Branson was a business caller here ^'esterday. Lester Shaw lias returned to Kansas City, alter visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Malcom. . Mr. Nicholson ot Osage county visited frienda here yesterday. Miss Eva Lawrence was la lala yesterday afternoon. Rev. McCampbell of Tppeka and Rev. Miles of Bronson preached at Prairie Hall Sunday. IRA B. FRANTZ UEOISTKRED OPTOntTBUT Humboldt. KBB.' Cos Clly—Dec. r>th. LaHarpe—Dec. 6tb and till nooo .on the 7th. Moran—afternoon of Dec. 7th and UIJ 3 p. ni. on the 8tli. ited over Sunday with friends In Uniontown. Mrs. Spencer Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. Klinginsmith of lola Sundsy. The revival meetings at the Hoii- ness church are continuing with Interest. Sister Johnson \n expected :Con rroiii Fort Scott to lake part In the work. The board of education net last evening in regular session. W. K. Dougherty was in Humboldt .vesierday. Mrs. Claud Studevlllc of southeast if town Is reported dangerously 111. At a recent track meet in Bartles- .-ille, Uettlow Peterson won the 100- .•-ard dash, covering the distance in 10% seconds. WHK> HCR U.VCK .tCHES V Womnn Finds All Ilcr Energy and Ambition Slipping Awuy. lola women know how 'the aches ihd pains that coiue when the kidneys all make life a burden.'Backache, hip lalns, headaches, dizzy spells, dis- ressing urinary troubles, all tell of .ick I<(dneys and warn you of the .tealthy approach of dropsy or Jrlght's Disease. Doan's Kidney Pilla ire for the kidneys only. Tliey at- ack kidneys diseases by striking at • he cause. Here's proof of It in an Ola woman's words: Mrs. Juliu Grey. 310 South Fourth <t., lola. Kas., says: "My kidneys were ilsordcred and caused my back to :chc a great deal. When Donn's Kid- py Pilla were brought to niy atten- icin, 1 used tlieni and they gave me immediate rL'licf. Another member of m yfaiiilly was afflicted In a similar way. but on taking Doan's Kidney Pills was cured. I take pleasure in giving tills remedy my endorsement.*' For snlc liy all dealers. Price jOc.l Foater-.MIlburn Co., Huffalo, N. Y.. sole agt'nts for the L'nited States. riemi"jiilj«»r tlie uainn—Doan's—and take no oilier. _olSS^ We have ume PrlT«t« Momy to loan on ntrmt. Idow R«t«.- \Va alio have Eaatem Money at the loweit rate aiiit best tenna. Let^ua tell you' ibent Dur terma BBd rate. PrlvUedce to pay at any time.' THE PBTEB^ON lAKD CO. Phone 97. Old Court HOUM BIdg. P£i£B80ir COMPAHT. loUtiXaBMS. DISPUTE WHTH'S FJBUflES WANTED—POSITION ON FARM by married man. Address "L" care Register. WANTED—WOMAN FOR KITCH- en work; 202 East street. FOR SALE— In town 92.25 a K. D. Hprville. ^OOD IDELlVEREp cord.. 1 Phone 474-T. WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Apply at MrsK Turner's Millinery store. N. WANTED-POSITION AS NURSE. Address .Mrs. Lee, Gas: City, Knns. U. .Vo. 1. iti:\VAiti> .MO.VKY IS iii:ai»v. Ciillfiirnlii UiTii-lnl Siiyx lie A wu II n Only Pruiif of -Title." i .^.irr.iim'Uln. Cal.. Dev. '<.—ftegsrd- ! (hf iiayiiient tn i>>terl|ve William .1. Hums of thp JUi.ono reward offered by the stale for the capture of the Los rVngelis Tlines dynamiters, A. H. Hewitt, tipeaker of the lower house, said today: "The rnonpy wiii ba paid the ma- iient the identity of the person en- itled to it is proved to my satis- I'.ictior." WANTED—MEN TO LEARN THE barbor trade. Here Is an offer that Includes tools with tuition. A method (lint saves years of apprenticeship. Posltons waiting In city or coiiiitry •ihops. Write Moler Barber College, Kansas City Mo. With (he romini; of Slddlr Xxe —There Is a letting down in the nhy.Eical forces often shown in annoy ing and painful kidney and bladder ail ments and urinary Irregularities. Foley's Kidney Pills are a splendid regulating and strengthening medicine at ?uch a time. Try them. J. D. Mun- dls & Co. WA.NTED—A I/JCAL MANAfJER for a hirge manufacturing compsny of pure food and family remedies. A great npportiinity for tho right person. Addr«:>ii P. O. Du.\: nsi. Fort Sfiott. Kas. —It will be to your Interest to buy your flour and feed of H. Ktaumdnn, 206 S. Jefferson. Phone 2^9. wanted for hous 8tb. Address E. Gir.L OR M]Dpt£ AGED WOMAN pwork to begin Det. k. Munger. Largest company la the world. Stewart ft Funk, Agents. FOR ANY CATERING WORK. CALL Miss Miller 203 S. Chestnut Phone 826. FOR SALE—SHOCK d'ORN SOUTH Mnrtin stru'et, L^ Grange. G. B. Chaiid ler. Gas City. FOR SALE—PEKIN DRAKES ANp Buff Rock chickens. Phone 48S. UPHOLSTERING. FURNITURE HE pairing, aid oiirrora reallvered housft* hold goods packed for shipment, general repairing and work of all kinds. Paper Hanging, etc. Phono 1175. A. E. Johnston, ^11 S. Jefferson Ave. FOR BALE—PAWNED SUI rases: hand bagSi Pawn Shop Kastj store. First dooi| just like new. Bigi^s Side Sjquare, In fruit south ot Kress store. FOK REST—nscEir.AinsouB. FOR RENT—: room, modern biiuse Phone SO'9. BV J./A. ADABIS , 2ir< N. Uuckei[e. Eight room, dfioderp II BEXT. FOB SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. Fair \varning from Carey Shaffer: "The ren.'^nn of Ihi."! cold snap, it I f said, because CajJt. T. S. Stover, only the dav brfnre. had his moustache amputated. Mr. Stover can please his many friends by leaving his moustache on his face after this." —ff you are troubled with chronic constipation, the mild and gentle effect of Chamberlain's Tablets makes them especially suited to your case For sale by all dealers. To JTy PntroDS. WIM goon lea%-e lola permanently. They were en-! and kindly ask all who are Indebted tertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. to me or to the firm of Coffman ft Spencer Davis. i Walker to please call and settle at Misses Cecil and Hazel Walker vis- once. DR. S. A. COFFMAN. Fads for Weak Wometi Nine-tenthi ol all (be •ickneai ul wrr c:n i. Jut In vtim-. u'jranfl.cment or df«- estc ot tlic orfona dittiacfljr (eruiniiit. burn fcii-k.ri.-;>:..cjn he cure-J—i^ cured evcr»' d«y hy Dr.Piprce 'sFavcTitC; Prescription It Makes Wcsic Wt.::ic-: Sis-on^, SiJi: Women VVell. It mett directly on the c.-C^nr. aCcru^ r ' iii-- ror.ic lime a icnenl restorative tonic for the whole Kystem. IZ C:- •-•r. (k;r«:;L- iAii.'t )lr:;n; riihl in the_privacy o( home, it mskn unnccc\\:iry liiu cii .ii '.rfcal-.li; (n]csciooin|<., esatninationi and local treatment to univcr&siiy ia!>i»:c;: i-pua by liusturs, ond lo abhorrent to cnery mctilcit woman. We iball not particiilsrizc here ss t»J the symptoms ol those peculiar oixectiont incident tu -ronien, V.uc those ^^K^^:' wanting lull inToraiatiua ax t.t ('it:!.- Kyinptorr.s =nd meanc of poeittve cure are rcdrrcvl lo t'lc Pouplc':i Ctiai- mon Senie Medical Adviser—lOOvS paKCS. newly revised and up -to -date Edition, sent free on -.L-ceipt ol 31. one- eent stainpa to eover cost g I ciaiUn:; only; or, in cicth binding lor 31 itanips. Addrns Dr. R. V, Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y. aUo Fine iM thp Gjm! -FOR SALE AT==——== Lm Krupp'nJunkYur^ HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.fOC S. Kentucky." Big bargain It taken at once. Apply on premises. FOR SALE—GLASS SHOW CASES counters, good safe. Cheap. Kelley Hotel Bidg. FOR SALE—320 ACRES S MILES from MOran. It's the cheapest farm n Allen county. If you are Interested ind really want a bargain, come In ind see us. lola Land Company. FOR SALE-A 4TH0LE "BUCK" cook stove; burns coal, wood or gas; good as new. Will sell for half price. 706 E. Jackson, or phone 477. FOR RENT-JPIVE ROOM HOUSE, two acres of gi od lanjl, liy the yehr. A. li. Brown, 5: ii S. Cottonwood. uOr> N. Chestnnti Notice of There will bi barn; close Id. Calif 899. C. L. -iVHITAKER. house, wltli FOR RE.VT—plJRNrSHED HOUSE, Phone 17L Anaoni Meeting, a nantiual meeting of There will be^ q nannuai meeting oi the members olf the Allen County Agricultural Society In the Secretary's office on Tuesday, December 12, 1911 at 2 o'clock p. |m., foi^ the purpose of electing the directorb for the year 1312. • . J. A WHEELER Pres. FHAJVK B. SMfTH. Sec. paring. Phone Dresied Roirs 8Kc Per Lb. When you want meat go to a meat market. We give our undivided at- tenticm to our meat business. Flue fresh hams lie; shoulders 10c; whole aides lie; niee small half hogs 9V6c. Grocery stores sell K. C. lard IGc. Strictly hora^ made in l(V-Ib. palls 11.25. ROBERTS ft BALLARD. The board of education met last evening In the Central building and attended to the regular routine business. Playing truant or the negligence ot parents has kept a number of email boy> out of achool during the past month. The board Instructed the truancy officer to aee that the "hooky" players attend school this month and If hla attempts were frultleBs the bo}-s would be arraigned before the juvenile court to state their reasons, for not attending. Mr. Folk entertained with a dance at bifl home on North Taylor street last evening. Grandpa Boyer of Rose Hill was 80 years old last Saturday. He resclved a number of gifts from his children and other relatives. The high school girl 's basket ball team is practicing each evening reg- nlarly preparatonr for a game next week. Mr. Robert Hendrlcka after a pleas ant visit with the Agee family returned yesterday to BartlesvIUe. The high grass near the cemetery '«aB set on fire -Sunday and It was not extinguished nntll all the grass in the -Cemetery waa bnmed off. Had It not been for the assistance of neighbors the Are would have done eonsiderajblc damage to bulldlnga on the Landia place. - —When buying meata you want the best; yon get the beat at Carl ft Hunter's. T.,. Kincaid has returned to hla work la TeHunt after a vlalt with hla family. Grandma Barren, formerly o( here —C. W. Mitt^hell. Painting and 817. Pa- KUHLMAN BROS, WANT YOUR corn and kafflr corn. Located with Newton Milling Co. LOST—ON NORTH SYCAMORE between No. 1010 and the square a .".log chain boomer; letters J. F. on one hook. Finder please return to lull) N. Sycamore. • Oklnhonu Gaa nJBn JDaelare Bis Eatlm ate o( Gas Snpply la Erroneons. Tulsa, Okla.i Dec. !>.—Practically the entire popuIa.tlon of the oil and gas fields' of Oklahoma Is discussing the recent statement ot Prof. Ha worth, state geologist of Kansaa, who' attempts to show that the natural gas supply of . Oklahoma and- Kansas Is fast dwindling away, that less than 43.000,000 dally feet now exists la Oklahoma and that w^hUi three years, thia cheap natural fuel which Is now enjoyed by the resldente ot thla field, will be an unknown quantity. Oi! and gas men, business n^en and oitm who have atndled the subject claim that Haworth'a statement Is not true; and that the extent of the gas field Is only Just now being realized. Aglainst Haworth'a report they olte the recent report of Prof. .Gould, state geologist of Oklahoma who. after six years^ careful study and personal ln=-' yeatlgation atates.that the Oklahoina gaa field Is widening every month and that new poola will be found twenty- five years hence. Be points out that from Ponca City to Porum and (rosa the Kansas line south to the Canadian river practically flf tees thousand WE NEED .THt BUSINESS ' 'And wilt make (t'intareaUng and. .. to youe atlva&tiie-to give It t«> uf. "Try ua,aaa;Be-,, . •Wa' writa laaurance, write Surety Bondt, irrtti Burglar la-' •uraace. drctr -Legal' Papers, take Aeknowledgementa, make ljaw.% tm Farm Landa — and make them at as low a rate aa those fellows Who advertise to make loans atCTi; so don't forget to come and let ifa'prove It i to you. And perhaps we liiay have come trading propositions, that will Interest youi' Come la and look them over, and let's get busy on something. ALLEN CO. REALTY CO. R.' L. Tbompaen, 3rgr> OFFICES EVANS'BLDG. rOt.A HEBCHAKTABLB ABSTBACTS, Evanr Abstract made In'our office is guaranteed-to be a mercbaat- able abstract or money reftmded. lOLA ABSTRACT COMPANY. • Frank Wood. Manage;. Almost 1000 tltlea in tbe re- Jcent popular novelsr-Old Stan- idard Books, Poetry and Juvenile Books at a uniform price of There Is no increased cost of living in the book line. hut ndw residlt]^ Inj lola died this morning at 3 I'^lock after a long illness and cor ij^Icatipna Incident to advanced yeais. She la the mo her of Mrs. flkorg! ^wlti^er of West Gas. Jack Humes who la employed near Wann: Okla., Is visiting his family east of town. \ ' Mrs< Cora S nltb who was called to this city on n rcount 'of the illnen of her mother, M -s.- E. McBrlde, returned today to ber lome 1^ Maagum, (Ikla. She win vlii dsj' in Bartleivllle with her slat r.- ? Chris Lewiii and Fred Torbett returned yesteriar from Collins'II le, where they v sited old friends and viewed tbe dty. Mr. Torbett does not Intend mrivlng there but Mr. Lewis expectii tofgb there to work boon. Miss Mlnnte IConiell of South Gas and Mr. Bowen of< Rose Hill were married yesterday Afternoon by/ pro- Both here wish make blound bate Judge jSinlth \ in Tola, young peopU are jwell .known and have zbany friendii who them a happ: • fbtiin- They will their home J ere. j- Conitable J., H. JFoster yeslferday sold some hiasehoai belonging to Charlea feftiifa,/ formerly of this city to aatlify a debt held by W. M. Hanoa. / ! George Kllpatxlqk of Blue visited frieida he^e Sunday. Sheriir Hoover-^err of loIaZ-waa a busineaa visitor In/town yeaterflay. John 'Frate<)hl has returned :o Kan sas City af kr a Vlalt with tb i E.. U O'Brlea farSllr. ( Mr. and Ira. B^n McBrlde hive returned to I'Oae Xlin. Vri. E. Mc­ Brlde eont nuea lb Improve. Tbe "KM B" fiiot; ball team Were defeated Sundi^y afternoon by/ s - La- Harpe ban^b of piayera by a feore of 11 to 0. Farm aiatt, Gii^ Laanm KX?i8AS Aim 0KLAH01U Low Bate; Annoal or Seai-Annnal laterest-PrlTlIeKe to Fay In Fall Reduced Bates on Fire laaaraBeel ffsMeCunnffigliani Old Conrt Boose Bldg. jelif Ijv. square miles. Is proveU'gas territory; and that not one-fiftieth of the gas production of the atate haa yet beea developed. The annual report for 1910 made by H. C. James, of Independence, Kansas shows that 201 gas wells drilled during the year, and oh December Slat the daily gaa production of Oklahoma was 1,825,000,000 feet This ia more than thirty times the estimate of Prof. Haworth. One alngie Oklahoma gas company baa shut ia aud held aa reserve between five and six hundred million feet of gaa within twenty-five miles of this city. Aa showing how lame Is Haworth'a report, well Informed men call attention to the fact that, almost diiring the time he was busy preparing his report, the daily producing capacity of new wells has added not less than 60.000,000 feet a day to the available gas '*upply of the state. ' Flve>of. these wells alone produce fover 43 000,000 feet of gas a day. These five Inunense gaisera are located as foUo-ws: Gladya-Belle well on section 16-18-13; Old Hickory Oil company MyrUe Doyle allotment, section 21-1314, 15,000,000 feet at a depth of 1530 I 'pfeet; 101 Ranch Oil company in town Ship 2 .J, range 2. near Ponca City, 6,000.000 feet of gas at ^0 feetdepth; John Dwyer of Tulsa. .^,000,000 gasser near Lenapah; and Broach &, Company, on the Carl Harris land In Delaware field, 5,000,000 feet of gas. There arc several other smaller well& >' Experienced gas men call attention to tbe fact that, while eastern fields usually have bnt one producing sand, hers In Oklahoma usually two and frequently four producing sandk are found In a well. They are absolutely: dieonfident that the natural gaa supply |of i)kIahoma is good for forty or fifty ;year8 and eome mbn say for a much >r period of Ume. Aa Alarm at Mgtat^. —-That strikes terror to the entire household Is the loud, hoarse and metallic cough or croup. No mistaking hit, and fbrtoiuta thea the lucky parents who keep FDley'a Honey and Tar Compound on hand. H. W. Caasel- man. Canton^ K. T.'. aaya: "It la worth Ita weight In gold. Our little children are troubled with croup and-hoarse- .ness, and all we give them la Foley's Honey and Tar Componad. I always have a bottle of It In the hoase." J. O. MnndI«*Co. i , ' ' .Indepeni euce' itepofter: If any of tbe |190,0C I] defeiise ralaed by the labor unions fnr tbe McNamara irctbers Is le't It s lopld be apportlone i among the widows and lorpbana of (he victims of their Clime. It la believed. pr8CtieaIIj| everyf labor unlod in the country wjould poalUon. anee to aucp a dia- —We wlsb to call your attention to the fact that most infectious diseaaea such as whooping cough, diphtheria and scarlet fever.are contracted when the child has a cold. ChamberJaia'a Cough Remedy will quickly, cure a cold aiid greatly lessen tbe danger of contracting these diaeases. Thla remedy Is famous for its cures of colds. It contains no opium or other i^ar- cotlc and may baglvento a child-with implicit confidence. Sold by all dealers. Garnett News: Misa Gladys Smith, of lola. arrived here frOm Kansaa City yesterday and was a guest at. the homes Of Mrs. L. D. Kirk and J. H. Cannon. She returned home last night. —9% Moaey. B. M. Ca»»hiKli«m. ' FOBTBABE 160 acre farm la Beatoa" eonntr. Arkansas; (0 acrea In bearlBg.OTeltaxtf, clear; close to R; R. town. Price 16000 For lola, property. Three bnpro ved fkrma la- Dallaa eouaty, Arkansaa.. one clear, for Jida property. . - - • 160. acres, laproved, la Bepkbam eoun^, Oklabqma, clear;for lola property. Price 13200.00. V '• Chetopa realdeaoe- and S lota, for lola realdeaca. BO kete tktm.- la Hoatitomery oooatTt well Improved, for lola "pfiSperlir. Wa waat |72 ,o6o stock of gaaeral merchandise and atora bnlldinK for raach rff eqtial value ia oeatrsT Bana.. WHITAKSR * SONNEU.. Restore Faded .and Gray Hair to Natural 'Color—Dandruff Ou'ck'y Removed, * Thrtr .in nothing new nboiit the iiilea of using sapp for rcstorln- the color of the hiiir: Onr croat-granilniothera' kep{ their lot-ks ."ioft. dark nml glos.«y by Uiiinj; a ."Rage tpo." Whrni-TiT, thrir hair fell out or took on a ilnll. faded Or' •treaketl appearance thi-y .made a brew of jiflgp ira'rra aai] fl{in]iH it to tl*fii|. hoir. with wonderfully- honcflri.il effwt. Nqwadsys wc don't. h.-ire to report'..to' olil-tlme. tiresome niPthods of gnthpriug the herbs and makiug the tea. This ia done by skillful ch<:tRist!(t>p,ttcr than we. rould do it ourselves. sn'I all we.h.ire to ilo is to ntll for the reaily-utitle- proiln^. Wj-etVs S.-IKO and Soiiihdr. tfnir Rimi-' |.ady. contaiiiing.- sage. to. tlm proiier- stri-Dgtli, with the addilion of euliibar,. enotfaer old-time scalp remedy. - .• , • ThO'-. maniifactiirer:! of this • -remed;. apthorlze druggists to sell It under goir-' .oDtce that the money wUl I k rerun Jet-'; if.itifailii lo do ezoctly ss.rbpRstenttd. • Diin!t neglect your b^i^. Gt-t a bottle of Wycth's S.-tsrc nnd .Ssii.Miur t<i-dsyv sad aotbe the dirfereace after a feiJr days' use. 'This preparation 'is. offered to the public:at.flfty cents a tjoftlc,. ndd :is reconnnenaed and sold by all drussists. « 4 « 4 4 * 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 m SOME'GOOD BABOUXSr 9 S We ha«e aeveral good residence* 9 S close la itor sale at attractive 9 * prices. AIM good bargaina to. •' 3i farms, and other paying proposl- • S Uons. See aa' - • S Charles ft Potter. «' 4 4 4 4 4 4i4-4'"fr 44444444 fc.v.<:- rBoraagioHAi>: paacTowr. 4 4 4 4 44 444 4 .4 4 4 4 4 >. V 4 ^:M6JXJ:TO LOMXt • WU lead oa bonaahbu (boda. «, pfaBoc. 011900, aeMnr m»> • aUaao, dlaaioada and jBWUrf. • U9 Svetk btnti • 4 44.44444 44 444 4 44 4 9 • • « Br. O.B. BuUScM. Dt. GJL Bui, « • ' m 9 Bffoa Ho. U Varttarap Bllfi • 9 Phoaa-omce at; Baa. in. «. ti >»«ie«ei&«fi9«« 9 WHT. KOyi » Have 'VouT Piano Tuned by aa 9 •9 Experienced Tuner—One Llv- 9 lag la your home towa. 9 T. 0. CANATSET 9 Plaae Tuner and Bepalrer 9 Roberts Music Co. Phoaa 421 9 £e9e999999999»««99 999999999999993 999 » 9' F. L: B. UiATEII, B; B. 9 Specialtlea— ' • 9 Dlaeaaea.of the Cheat Disease's of Cblldrea. N' £ Fhones-^MKce 147 ( Bea. 1«7. • » lOLA STATE BANK BLDG- '^7 m £999999999 5 ^9999.99« ' 444444 4 4 4444444444 4' Beal Eatafe aad Klvestack AUmOKEBB BaU'sfaction gTanintWed.Wira ar pboae at rvr expense lor dates. B.B.CLABS, ratM Center Over Com. Baak 4 4. 4 44 4 4"' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t-P' • fc: - PBILLIP BEI6ELE : iiovt South stl 4. HABITESS AKB SADBELBT Ceaeral Bepalring, AU Ktnda *of sale, with stop-ovef prlrllefefi 'iigoing and retara on -^ala aveiT ' TThe one way.tara la.|U46S. o £ % E. E. MUNGER. ii ., ... ^ecttic TRlat Irons JRercj<)latoi:js tLamps Highest efficiency goods —LET US SHOW YOUIn & m m •-•Wketf-; give Cham' They are excellent dealers. For sale by

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