Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 6, 1911 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, December 6, 1911
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—p. S. Halm, M. D.. OetiUst WHAT SHALL I GfVK. A present that gives pleasure bot Jiierely for a few days, but for long months and years. Is the Ideal Chrtst- Ws Girt. That Is why Jewelry made by master workmen and sold at moderate prices is fast growing In favor. X>csigns full of beauty of art are found In profusion and our prices will astonish you. They are more than moderate they are extremely low. Let us' help you in making your eelectioas. Choosing will no longer be a task but a pleasure. I. L. GKAEX, LA UARI'E DBIGGLST. If any of the many letters written by Manager StephcriEon bring results, the La Harpe foot ball team will play a Christmas game on the MacUonaM grounds. Mr. Steph^son has written Chanuto Parsons and many other towns asking them for a game here the Z'lth. No answers have been re- oelved yrl but the boys arc living In ho |H >s and If attempts are fnilt- losH thoy will write other places. No d<}ubt a larpo crowd would come out Christmas diiy and sec \A llarpo add another viotnry to their list, regard- le.'is of the team that comes here. Mrs. Claud Studeville of eight miles south of town, died yesterday morning at three o'clock after an illness of a n-,imber of weeks. Funeral services v.ere held at the home this afternoon. Interment was In the Moran cemetery. Mrs. Ira Fowler is visiting friends In Fort Scott this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clles visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stahl Sunday ant! Monday. —For a Christmas present mak- n selection from our roniiilcle line of dishes.—Kohlor Hardware. Mr. and Mrs, O. I). H.^r1Iey ontor- tained-tlie followinK friends at Sunday dinner: ^r. and Mrs. 1). S. Sai- vcr. Mrs. .M.<trfha Shaw and Hubert Sarver of lo'a I.cster Shaw of Kansas City, -Mr. ;in<i Mrs. U P. Malcom of this place. —I have a cash buyer for a good or (! room house. Inquire .f. A. Urown. W. F. Young, of Moran, was In town yesterday. Dr. J. F. McGlll returned yesterday from l..awrence. after a pleasant visit with his family. Ml.sses Ksther and Clara nebmnn very pleasantly entertained the 11. IV H. Sttpday School class of the M. i; ! ch.iirch Monday evening. j The Thanksgiving program wasj well attended at tho tiolden Valley i church Sunday evening. After the program a collection was made for the Foreign Missionary society. The \j\ Harpe high school girls' i ba^ket ball team will play the lola high school girls this evening in tho Wert building. The higli s^chool \w\f will meet Mildred here Friday even- ^ ing. ' —Our store is one big full of; suitable presents, playtliings, to.v.>^,' flolls. games and gooil things that in- ' terest old folk as well as the little ones. Call In and look them over.— Waters & lJunforth, Urugs and Jewelry. Niisii Ma ;)Pi ur.asom i-ntnrtJiinrd lli"' T. T. G. Embroidery club thl.s aftcr- niion. Tills gaihorhig also resiilti -d in a llnolj shower for Miss Killth Unrkcr. who.'o^viifddlng Is annoumcd for Chrlstm;is. .Mrs. J. W. Holt and daughter, d'wln- doUne, went to JopUn this afternoon for a visit of a few weeks. It. S. Austin arrived yesterday morn Ing from Washington, I). C., to enjoy a week's visit with Dr. tmd Jir:,. Sfapleton. Miss KIsie Felger entertained a num ber of friends with a party at her home on North Washington .street last evening. Fred Schlosser went to Ilillslioro, Illinois, today for an extended visit He will visit relatives in Chicago Christmas. Dr. G. B. Lambetli. of^Moran was a pleasant visitor here yesterday. K. B. Dickinson of Chanutc, transacted business here yesterday. Mrs. D. Horvllle, of lola was a guest of Mrs. E. H. Toby yesterday. Mr. and -Mrs. John Wasson were in lola yesterday. —Sweet and sour -pickles. Just as crisi> as it is jio.s.sibic to have them and with a flavor that is all their own.—Parkhurst. Mrs. William Newman will a.ssist in the Myer dry goods department until after the holidays. nev. Goodrich will lecture in Colony anit G.irnctt this w<?ck. but will be here for two sermons Sunday. Harry Busley gouu lo Pittsburg, where he has work. MIsS Marjorie Sears will assist In the Waters & Danforth drug store dur ing the holiday rush. Prairie Hall: The Ladies' Aid Society of the Prairie Hall church met this afternoon with Mrs. Spencer Davis. Comfort tacking occupied most of the time. —The Flours that make the bes. bread^—every sack guaranteed to give satltfactlon. Otherwise your money back or flonr exchanged. We believe in the flour we sell; so do our customers.—Parkhurst. Mrs. Carl Wilson, of Bartlesvllle. was a'guest of Miss Blanche Boyer Sunday. Grace I^ura and Rutaelt AndruR and Paul Jones, who attend school at Bumboldt roJoyetJ last, week at their borne near Prairie Hall. Mr. and Mr«. Jamea Dugsan weire given a rouilns charirarl last Thursday evening. They were married the Sunday before. -f. W. Vitchell. Pulnthiit and PaperiBg. PIIOM8I7. IRA B. FRANTZ BEGISTEBED OPTOMBTBIST ' Humboldt. Kaa. Qaa City—Dec. Bth. lAHarpe^Dec. 6th and till noon '"rni-tho 7th. Morun—afternoon of Dec. 7th and Uil 3 p. m. on tbe 8tb. J- CAS CITY c-^* -.Xm -l* <e^ r>}<» -.^ h- FREE! FREE! i- TONE'S i h "RUSSETT ^ l' COFFEE" >i- X' Demonstration 4 V Saturday, Dec. 9th > i- at i L 4 Carl & Hunter's i u 4 }. cJ, b FREE! FREE! 4 ,.1. 4. i 4. —Whrn buying moats you want tht : you pot the best at Carl & Hunt- WAXTED—MI8CKLLANE0C8. WANTED—WOMAN KDR KITCU- cn work; 202 East street. WANTED—GUNNY SACKS AT the 10c Feed Yard. WANTED—POSITION AS NUKSB. Address .Mrs., Gas City, Kans. R. No. 1. WANTED—MEN TO LEARN THE barber trade. Here Is an offer that Includes tools with tuition. A method that saves years of apprenticeship. Posltons waiting In city or country shops. Write Moler Barber College, Kansas City Mo. WANTEI>—GRIMES BALED HAY. OKilborne's .Mill. Phone 195. b'-s! er's. (Jlsrii I.uiiardns. the oloven-year-<ih' son of Mr. :iiid .Mis. Frank Lupard\is, 111! t with a veiy iiainfnl accident .Mon d :iy n'>«'.<s, while playing the schortl boys' fiivoritc game "foot-and-a-half." .\ iiiayinatc was "down" and Olson V as r- .idy to.make the leap when the plnyinate stopped aside letting Olscn fall ho .id foremost to tho hard ground. His face was badly bruised and It was neirs.-ary for Janitor King and some playmates to carry hiiu hoiiic. He will l»i> out of .=chool this vrek at li-:ist. J. F. Eastwood of northeast of town yo.steri!ay sold twenty head of yearling Kieis to Bob Furn'eau.v of Moran. The Ladies' Aid society met this af- tfrnron in the Methodist church. Mrs. itilta Corns resigned ns president and tti<.-i v:icnncy was filled this afternoon. Mr>^. H. O. .\tlam8 and Mrs. George lli 'iDiuiT wiTr> in .Moran today. P.irt Wont, n, of ColllnsvlUe, vlHlled o 'd frlinds lioro yesterday. William I/mthonlnirg is contemplnl Ing moving to lola to bo near hlf %vork Joe .Moran ."on of iir. and Mrs. Tom .Moran who is at the .vantarlum as a result of a woung received from a liflo di?(-harcod by hia brother some time ago. Is getting along nicely. He will be removed to bis home in Gas this week. C: W. Frirdley, of I.a Harpe, was a jileasant vi.<itor here yesterday. A !iuiiibet- from here will attend the Montezuma dance In lola this evening. The Iiigh school girls will attend the b.-'sket ball game in I«i Harpe this "vrninjr and learn a few tricks of the game. J. C. Eddy who has been here on bu>inp.-'s with the Taylor Light and Fuel Company, returned this afternoon to Oswego. The funeral of Grandmother Baren, who died yesterday morning, was held t!i!s afternoon at her home in lola. The remains were taken to Neosho F.iUs. where interment will be. .HILLIONS OV FOLKS USE'O.XLV rASrARKT.S WANTED—A C0I.ORED GIRL FOR general house work; 502 E. Madison. WANTED — PLATFORM SCALES for ttse in store. Must bo in good condition. Parkhurst Grocery, l-i Harpe Kans. _3 . W.\NTED—WHITE WOMAN TO wash and Iron; 309. West Madison. FOn SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—WOOD DELIVERED in town 52.2."> a cord. Phone 474-T. R. D. Horvllle. FOR SALE—SHOCK CORN'; SOUTH; Martin street. La Grange. G. B. Chandj ler, Gas City. ; ] FOR SA I.K—P A W N ED S U 11| cases; hand bags; just like new. Blgusj Pawn Shop East Side Square; in fruit store. First door south of Kress store.; FOR SALE—200 GOOD SHOCKS OK fodder. Inquire at the Star Barn, 20t West street. Phone lO.'il. ! FOR S.U.E OR TRADE—FOUR room house and lot; also fre?h Jersey cow. Address Box 169, IA Hairpe, Ka^ FOR SALE—AL.MOST NEW BUGGY for less than half price. See Harry Davis, at the furniture store; ! FOR SALE—320 ACRES 5 MILE^ from Moran. It's tho cheapest farm in Allen county. If you are Interestcfl and really want a bargain," come la and see us. lola Land Company. RAW Fima WANTED —TRAPpers: Do you know I buy all kinds of raw furs and jtay highest market prices and give a square deal in grading. Call on, phone or write for free jirlce list to Wm. Workiv. Humboldt, Kans. WANTED—FOOD, FUEL, CLOTH- Ing. toys, bedding, furniture for Xmas Dinner Effort and mid-winter relief work. The Salvation Army, 214 W. Madison. Phone 943. FOB SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—GLASS SHOW CASES counters, good safe. Cheap. KoUcy Hotel Uldg. FOR SALE—PEKIN DRAKES AND Buff Rock chickens. Phono 486. FOR RE.NT—BY J. A. .^DAMS 17 room, modern house, 215 N.- Buckeye. Phone .'.fin. ; I i L FOR BE.M. ' I Eight room, modern house, with barn; close In. Call 899. C. L. WHITAKER. I FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM HOUsfc, two acres of good land, by tho yeair. A. H. Brown, .115 S. Cottonwood. i FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSK, r.o,-. N. Chestnut. Phone 171. | FOR SALE-A 4 HOLB "BUCK" ccmk stove; burns coal, wood or gas; Ron .i as new. Win sell for halt price. "06 E. Jackson, or phone 477. j MISCELLAKEOUS. INSURE IN THE "CONTINBNTAU" Largest company In the world. Stewart, ft Funk. Agenta. FOR ANY CATERING WORK. CALL Miss Miller 203 S. Chestnut Phone 826. UPHOLSTERING, FURNITURE RE Iiairing, old mirrors resilrered household goods packed for shipment, general repairing and worR of all kinds. Paper Hanging, etc. Phone 1175. A. E. Johnston. 211 S..Jeffersbn Ave. Notice of Annnol Meeting. There will be a'naannal meeting of the members of the Allen County Agricultural Society In'the Secretary's office on Tuesday, December 12, 1911 at 2 o'clock, p., m., for the purpose of el*tlng tJle dlrectbrsr-f6t the year 1912. .K'^'-^ ( :X^^^^^^gR Pres.* Almost 1000 UUes In the recent popular novels—Old Standard BoolcB, Poetry and Juvenile Books at a uniform price of There Is no'increased eopt of living in tbe book line. Ivansdros, The B«oIufllen. » We luLTe some Private > Money to Ipaii on-FUrfliB. Low Bate."We also tasiio Kastem Money at the lowest rate anit best terms. Let ^.tell you about olii' terma and ratd. Prlvlledge t6 pay at afty time. - ' » ' THE PETERSON LAKD CO. Phone 97. - Old Court House Bldg. FETEbSOir LAJIB COMPAITT. UUi, Xansas. They Nrrer IliJTP. Headache, Blllous- ne«;s, SIninrrsli Liver ot Bowels or a SlirV, Sonr JStomncb. No odds how bad your liver stomach or bowels; how much your head nches how miserable and uncomfortable you are from constipation Indl- CATARRH DOCTOR. Von ('nil fict the Bent One In tkc World I'or $1.00. Go to Chas. B. Spencer today. Say "I want a HYO.MEI outfit," take it home with you open the box and pour a few drops of IIYOMEI fpronouncc it HIgh-o-me) Into the little hard rubber Inhaler. Then breathe pleasant, soothing, healing, germ killing HYOMEI over tlic raw, inflamed germ ridden membrane for a few minutes and relief is Immediate. Stuffed up head will vanish. Keep up the treatment four or five times a day for a lew days and hawking spitting and formingof mucous in the nose and throat will cease. HYOMEF Is guaranteed lo end catarrh cough."?, colds, croui). asthma catarrhal deafness, or money back. Complete oirtfit Jl.OO, subsequent bottles If needed SO cents at Ch.ts. B. Spencer's and druggists everywhere. Mr. N. L. Ard was up from Elsmon the other dat>' and made his accustomed call at this office. Ineidentallv he remarked that the question of ; able you me from constipation inni-• special session of the legislature hail peKtifin, biliousn.=ess and sluggish In-'toecn talked over a go <Ml deal down testlnes—you always get the desired • hfs way and he bad not yet heard n result .5 with Cascarets and quickly too.' man 8 ]>eak favorably of It. Don't Ifri your stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable another j —fl^ Honey. R. M. Cwnptrighain. moment; put an end to the headache ' • ' ' =?• dizziness, nervousness 'sick, sour,, gassy stomach .backache and all other distress; cleanse your in side organs of all the potsoa and effete matter which is producing the misery. Take a Cascaret now; don't wait until bedtime. In all the world there Is hn remedy like tfafs. A lO-cent box imrains health bapplneas and a clear head for monthi. No more daya of gloom asd dictresa if you will take a Cascaret now and then. All drugglata sell CaacaretB. Don't forget the children—<heir little iBnldes need a good, gentle cleanaing too. —It win be to your Interest to buy. your flour and feed of H. Klaumann, 206 S. Jefferson. Phone 259. 'A FOB TBADE 160 acre farm in Benton eonnty Arkansas; 50 acres in bearing orchard clear; close to R. R. towtL Price |6000 For lola property. Three Improved farms in Dallav codnty, Arkansas, one clear, for lols property. • 160 acres. Improved, in Beckhan. county. Oklahoma, olaar; ^ for lol* property. Price tSZOO.OO. > Chetopa realdaaee aad S lots, for Tola residence. 80 aere farm in Montfomerr county, well Improred, for lola property. We want |7S,000 stock of general merchandise and store bttilding for ranch of equal value in centra] Kans. yrHITAKER ft DONNELL. PRALBIJK HALL Dec. 4.—Servicea at the H lull Siin- day morning were quite well atteiid- ed, but those who did nol hear tine talk given by Brother C. A;. McCamp- belt concerning Bethany hospital certainly missed Bouiethio^ Hue. Those who attended the basket dinner at the church Thanksgiving Day had a fme time and an excellent dinner. Mr. Venlble conducted class meeting which was. good for us alL .Mr. and .Mr.s John Kohler and fatii- ily and Mr., and Mrs. George Donlild of Lallarpe ate TlianksgUlng dinner with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. .Williams. . Mrs. Preston of LaHarpe spentT a couple of days last week at Mr. WJ (X Walker's and took in the Ijasket dinner at our church. ; .Mr. and .Mrs. Charlie Troxcll wtnt to Garnett Wednesday to' spend riianksgiving season with (heir dau ter, Mrs. Slamic Donald. ' , Mr. and Mrs. Darnell and fanjily M>ont Sunday at the Keller hoiiie.j Mr. and Mrs. George H^rt. of ."jlo- lan. attended church at the Hall SJm- day and were guests at the T. S. Williams home for dinner. ' . The Ijtdics' Aid Socljety expect meet Wednesda.v afternoon to tic comforts for Mrs. Davis. > | Millard Williams s]ient. Sunday with Wa-tPr .Myer.s. • I ' Best wishes to little Miss Charlotte May Miles. | ' | John Boeken la improving the looks of his place by adding a ^ew kitchen and some porches to h s bouse. His brother Charlie, who Is aulte babdy with carpenter's tools, Wll) do mosJt of the work. Blanche .Marple spent Sunday irlUi Gladys Myers. A number of our yo ing people attended the Missionary i leetlng at Golden Valley Sunday big: it-5 We extend eongratul tlpna and best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. lahies Dugiran. A number of their frfe ids wont in to spend Thursday evenli ig' with ehem while some of the yoin^ folks tried to make a racket ootilde with Buns, bells, tin pans, etc. 1 Mrs. Charlie Troxell has purctpsed an automobile. . ; Our neighborhood w^s^sbocked last to Fatm ^fifl Qlfy Loanm KANSAS jk |i]> OKLAHOMA Low Hate; Anndal or 'SemNAtinnal Interest—Privilege to Fay in F&U Reduced Jtates do Fire Insaraneel Old Court House Bldg. lola, Has. ...... .. 1( ^ 4.>. . Tuesday morning to hear of the deiitb of Mrs. Claude Stutteville. Mr. atad Mrs. Stutteville at one time Ifved la our neighborhood and have tnany friuuds here who extend sympathies to tbe sorrowing ones. Funeral t<rr rangements have not been learned at this date. •: A gentleman whose name we .did not learn was travelling through'/our country Tuesday in.tbe Interests of the lola Register. • * Captain J. S. Weaver, of Mapletoir, Bourbon County was in Tobk Uiis morning on his way to the ^nth«im part of the state, and madb the Help- Ister a pleasant caU. Capt Weaver 1^ one of the old stand-bys, politliially and in a business way in' Bourbon county, and is always a welcome visitor at this office. . TO PILE YICTDISJ . (First published In The lola Dally ReglBter Nov. S. 191L) FUBUCAXIOir 'lYOTICE. State of Kassas, .County of Allen, ss. Ih the District Court of the 27th Judicial Distrlot In and for said County. ErnaHayman. Plaintiff, vs. FreO. W. Hayinsin, Defendant 'To Pred W.-Haymaii, Greeting: You as defendant will take notice that you haVe been sued by the 4b6ve luimed plainUff In said court In a cause of action eel forth in a petition now on fllo in the o:fice of the clerk of the District Court of Allen County, slttlhg at lola, and unless you answer or. plead thereto on or before the 22nd day ot December, 1911 the same will be taken as true and a decree will be rendered granting said plaintiff a divorce from you on the ground of Nonsupport for more than one year, and the care, custody and the raising of your minor child, Doris Helen Hay- mas; and tbe costs of this suit ERNA HAYMAN. fly E. W. CANTRELL, Her Attorney. Attest: JOHN W. BROWN, (Seal.) Clerk of District Court. (ll)-8-15-22-29-(12)-6 (First Published in The lola Dally Register, Nov. 15. 1911) PfOTrCE OF FIXilL SETTLEMENT. The State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. In the Probate Court In and for said County. In the matter of the Estate of J. N. Deer, Deceased. Creditors and all other persons Interested in. the aforesaid estate are hereby notified that I shall apply to the Probate Court, In and for said I County, sitting at the Court House In lola. County of Allen, State of Kansas, on the 4th day of January, A. D. 1912, for-a full and final settlement of said Estate. M. G. ROBINSON, Administrator of the Estate of J. N. Doer, Deceased. (ll)-15-S2-29-(12)-6 (First Published in the lola Daily Register Nov. 29, 1911.) Notice of Final Settlement The State of Kansas Allen County ss. In the Probate Court in and for said County. ' In tho matter of tbe Estate of Maria Engelhardt Deceased. Creditors and all other persons interested la the aforesaid Estate are hereby notified that I shall apply to tbe Probate Court, in and for said County; sitting at the Court House in lola, (jounty of Allen, State of Kansas, on the 12th day of January, A. D. 1912, for a full and final settlement of said esUte. ^ FRANK L. TRAVIS Administrator of the Estate of Maria Engelhardt, Deceased.- (ll)-29-(12)-^-13-20 (First Published in the lola Daily Heglsler Nov. 29. 1911.) Xotlce of Appointment, Executrix. State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. !ln tbe matter of .the Estate of D. H. Scott late of Allen County, Kansas. : NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Notice Is Hereby Given That on the 28th day of November, A. D. 19<11 the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Allen County. Kansas duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the Estate of D. H. Scott late of Allen County, deceased. All parties interested In said estate will take no-, tice and govern themselves accordingly. HANNAH.M. SCOTT. (ll)-29-(12)-6-13 • Executrix. (First 'Published in the Tola Daily .Register Nov. 29, 191L) Notlre of Appolntmeni^ Administrator. State of Kansas, Allen County ss. • In the matter of .^the Estate of Benjamin Kelthley, late of Allen County, Kansas. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. .V-Mi:e Is Hereby Given, That on the -Gth day of November, A. D. 1911, the undersigned was by tha'Probate Court of Allen County, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as .Administratrix with tbe will annexed of tbe Estate of Benjamin Kelthley late of Allen County, deceased. All parties interested in said estate will take notlcd and govern themselves BCcordln{;ly. ' S. A. KEITHLEY. (ll)-29-(12)-6-13 Administratrix. TO EXCHANGE I 12,500.00 Grocery Stock till clean goods, for small tract of landt' In Allen or adjoining counties, of equal value. Want to deal with owner of land. W«:!,;;)';,j • have other exchanges. Call on us. Treat (he Inward Cause If Tea Wsot« Core.' ••• -I, Is plies a sl^in disease? No it Is a stagniitlon of blood oircu- lation—a swelling tf- blood vessels "Why expect • ciirA from ftj^pllca- tlons outside? The treatment ehouM attack the cause. , • Dr. Leonhardt 'B HEM-ROIO (tngikr- cdAted tablets) Is tAken Inwardly; Jt restores circulation rids yoa'ot pile* for good. ' Sold by C. B. Spencer ft Co.. lola, KAnaAs,and all drugists. 91 for '24 daya 'supply satisfaMlon raartateed. Dr. Leouhardt Co., Station B, Buffalo, N,Y. ,« WHY HOT fj « Have Your Piano Tune^ by an 9 $ Experienced Tuner— Oi|e LIT- 9 * Ing In your home towni « « T. 0. CAKATSEi; m; S Plane Toner an4 Beplalrer 9 « Roberts Music Co. -Phbae 421 • (First Published In the Tola Daily . . Register Dec. 6, 1911.) Xotlce of Appointment, AdmlnbfntOE. State of Kansas,'Allen Cotinty,s8. " In the-matter of the Estate of Lather. McNeil', late of Alien County, Kalisss. • • NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT. Notice Is Hereby Given, That on the 4th day of December, A. D. 1911, the undersigned was,by the Probate Corat of Allen County/'lCansas duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of tbe Estate of Luther McNeil, late of Allen C6fmty, deceased. All parties interested In said estate wUI take: notice and govern themselves accordingly. ' J. C.WO0DIN. (12)-6-13-20 , Administrator. To My Pntronit. WI'l soon' leave'IbW permanently, and kindly ask all who are Indebted tb me dr t9 the firm of CofnAan' k Walker to please call and settle at once; DR. B. A. COmiAN. The Board-of Education has bought lots one. two'and three, block fifteen HigKUnd'Place.- TbiMar^e the Iota Just across the street south of the Garfield school, and they were bought WE NEED THE BUSINESS Add wfU'niake 'it taterestlng and to yotar advantage to give It to UH. Try us and se* • Wo. write 'Insurance, write Siirety Bonds, write Burglar In- BUi ^ce, draw Legal Papers, tak6 Acknowledgements, make Loans on • Farm Lands — and inake them at £'8 low a rate as those fellows who advertise to make loans at 6%; so don't forget to come and" let ns prove It to yon. And perhaps we may have 'som4 thuQng propositions, that win Interest you. Coma in and look them .over, and! let's get IJusy on something. . ! AUiN CO. JREALTY jCO. B. X. ihompson,' Mgr. OFFICES BVANS BLDQ. llOLA MEBCHAITTABLE ABSTBAGTS. Every Abstract made ill oai{ •ffice is guaranteed to-be s menduui^ able:«batract or money'reftanded. lOLA ABSTRACT COMPi^, Frank Wood, Managezt, CHABLES & FOTTE& •n. • ••••••••• •••••!^f «• Mosinr xo IAUVI * > WUI lend «n bonsUiOld loadi. • piano*. orgtM, ^MWlnt niair M • aUua, dlsmonis jmdJafmttT. A • J. W. COFHBT « Dr.OJB.Bigukfleli. Dr. CM. 9 DSHHSTS. ! a Hew 1, Xortknn; flis. a Phott^-^Ofnoe fiU; B«f.'lU. i « $ 9 a « » 9 9 9 9 S » «'B 9 S • • « i .• m F.L.,B.LEAY^LI.,M.M. « * Specialties— ! M , m Diseases of tlw Chan 9 Diseasek of Ohndrea. k^, « Fkonea -^-SfOee I47r BM. 147. • " « lOLA STATE BANK^LDQ « * -!.••• 499e999999e9999 «9'tl ' *********** * Beat Estate nadUTMtMk •«• kvm'fjisem • \* Satisfaction guaranteed.Wire «r 4 * phone at mj^i^^Mlit d>t—. latei Center Ore^te^Buk ****************4rilf^'''^;^ H PHILLIP HEI6ELE 110% South StL 1. HABNE8S AND 8 AI>|»£LBT <|. CfeiJenli'&epaMDg, All Xbids' MONET TO'LOAH '^r'^ • * on all MtadTof househSd goods *^ * or Jewelry—anything of value. • * Bigus Pawn Shop, East Side • . * Square. Office In Fnilt Store.'* * All tnmaHctlbnfl strictly con&- *^i- ••^ieatWL-^^vi^-v- f • • * • • • « • i 1 Round Trip Tickets. lola to-. Hot Springs, Ark., with return limit of three mbnths itrcHn date, of sale, with stop-overk>rivlIesc>B-: going and- return- on sale evevf' >iaj .i to the^year,^ for S18.60 The cine way farS'ls |12.6S. ' E. E MUl^qJER. . Phone J[o, Fsc Ageif fn 'order to, affoi^ the pdpili an'^ e ^«'i^' tension of their play-gronnd. —No man ever neceiiifaUy ooortjift^^^ tiro'girls at the satae tlms .atid'iio Jeweler cah' suececefqll gala tb 'tf j''' pie's <upDort luitll lie lui« eluslvely that he lijfiieiir«'tt inc bis polled of lellnic tS* ot gobdr aft the riaftt kted that la enetUr the iM %t'of cess. Hanna St Harvey, Hn: Jewelers for hurry up people. No ?;i North Jefferson street

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