Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 8, 1911 · Page 9
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 9

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, December 8, 1911
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erate prlcesj Designs foil In profusion —P. & JL D., Oonlllt ^ WHAT SltAU, I GITE. T A present tfaat gWea pleasure not merely for a few days, but for long months and: years, is the Ideal ChrM- mas Gift That Is why Jewelry made hy master workmen and sold at mod- is fast growing in favor, of beauty of art are found and our prices will astonish you. I^ey are more than moderate, they an extremely low. Let ns help you in {making your selections. Choosing will no longer be a task but a pleasure. L L. GSAEK, LA HABPE DRUGGIST. The cHy council met Wednesday evening in regular session. The busl- /'ness of granting a license to Mr. ' Dougherty to conduct a i>ool hall was tabled jiuitil the next regular meeting. Mr. Crlise presented a bill for $223, which he claims represents bis damage w^ien the city made draining ditches across his land In tbB -sobth part of town. This was turned down. Another damage bill presented by Mrs. Brown, who botds the city responsible for the damage done to her property Hallowe'en night, was turned down. Since a few houses have lieen moved from this city, a number of uncovered wells and cisterns are scattered over the town. These places are very dangerous and to prevent an accident, the council ordered their attorney to 4rav up an ordinance to cover or see that the wells are filled up. The usual bills were allowed after which an adjournment was made until one week from Wednesday, when the business will be completed. —Why wait to buy that ChrlstniHR or Wpdding Presont? Come in oarly while tbe selection Is large, and let us lay it away for you. We have a larg^'tlnc sutlable for old and young. Gas City—Sth. LaHarpe—Deo. 6th on the Tth. Morao—afternoon of Dec. tin 3 9- m. OB the 8t&: Mce. Pearl Wilson, after a pleasant visit .with friends and relatives here retnrMd yesterday to Bartlesville. -^^$p your home warm by using those Weather door strips. See Hinm about them. Cottage prayer meetings are being held this week by the Meihudisu ai various homes. These meetings will continue indeQnitely. Kev. John Ashley, the young man of LaHarpe, writes that he Is having great success with his revival meetings at his country point near Opo- Us, Kftnsas. The Epworth League of the M. E. church will hold their monthly social this evening in the lecture room of the church. R. A., Austin, of Washington, D. C, Hfler a short \-isit.wIth Dr. Stapleton and family, went to Kansas City yesterday, where he will probably secure work. Mr. and Mrs. George Webb, of Pueblo, Colo., are visiting Oliver Crole^ .ind wife this week. J. E. Lineback went to Pawhuska, Okla. yesterday for a short visit witli Mr. Napier, formerly in business here. C. C. Gregory of Osage Township was a pleasant caller in town yesterday. George Seymour, who has been a resident of Allen County for 39 years will make his announcement soon as candidate for the office of county clerk. A. W. Vandegrlft went to nartles- vllle today in response to a telegram from hlK brother. O. E. Vandegrlft, Wo^»,= n. ni«/«rt», n,„„« T„-T atnl'nB U>at he was wanted there to Waters £ Danforth, Drugs and Jew- 'ft position as engineer. If Mr. elry. The LaHa^c ojd soldiers and their wives and friends are in receipt of a cordial Invitation to attend a big dinner given in the G. A. R. ball by the lola old soldiers and Relief Corps on December 13th. A big dinner was given here for the lola Post and Corps some time ago. At the M. W. A. meeting Wednesday night the following officers were elected: V. C, J. F. Rice; W. A., Geo. Ford; Bankeir J. W. BeCannon; Es- , cort, J. A. Settlemyer; Watchman, L. ;«* Richardson: Sentry, S. Thiebaut. and;..L> Manager. John Curry. Lewis Rich-' ardson and C. M. Morgan wer^ initiated iiito the lodge. We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our dear mother and relative. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Switzer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Race, and grandchildren. Mrs. A. C. Zehner of Texas lectured Wednesday and Thursday evening in tbe Methodist church, under the auspices of theW. C. T. U. She lectured on popular and reform subjects which were forceful. logical and instructive. Erma Gilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gilbert, who has been very ill. is reported much' improved today. The Mildred basket ball boys ar- rive4 this afternoon and will contest against the IJiHarpe boys this evening in the Wert building. Mildred defeated LaHarpe at Klncald two weeks ago and this evening LaHarpe expects to get revenge. Miss Anna Jones of Elsmore visited J. W. Holt and family this week. Rev. Hagennan of Yates Center is holding revival services at ll>e Baptist church. They will continue indefinitely. There will be no service tomorrow evening. —We have a splendid lino of Cutlery from which a nice Christmas present eouW be selected. Kohler's. William Wame has rone to Cabool. Mo., to see a farm with the expectation of locating there. Vandegrlft Is favorably impressed with the town he will move his family tl»ere. 12,500.00 Grocery Stock, all cleaa goods, for small tract of land in Alle* or adjoining counties, of equal Tala<i|. Want to deal with owner of land. We r ^ave other exchanges. Call on ni. CHABLE8 k FOTXEB. VAHTBD—mSCEIXAITEODS. WANTED—WOMAN FOR KITCHr en work; 202 East street WANTED-P08IT10N AS NURSiE. Address Mrs. Lee. Gas City, Kansi B. No. 1. FOB SALE—XISC^I'I'AIfEPUf. FOR SALB-200 GOOD SHOCKS OF fodder. Inquire at the Star Ba'm, 201 West street. I'faone lOHL WANTED—ME.V TO LEARN THE barber trade. Here is aa offer tiiat Includes tools with tuition. A method that saves years of apprenticeship. Positons waiting in city or country shops: Write Moler B&rber College. Kansas City Mo. 4- .J. 'I* Saturday, Dec. 9th 4- FREE! TONE'S "RUSSETT COFFEE" Demonstration 1- V Miss Eva Lawrence has resigned her position as Ixiok-keeper for Mr. J. R Sffiitfa, to be efrecti«-e January let Miss Lawrence will spend the remainder of tbe winter with her sister in Lawrence and take a thorough course in the Business College there. Dan HinchclUfe left last night for Munde. {niUana, to build and superintend a rolling mill similar^to the old mill here, for the Ball Brothers of that place. Miss Gertrude Martin will entertain the Toung Ladies' Embroidery club tomorrow afternoon. 4- i- FREE! J- •I- at Carl & Hunter's FREE! FREE! RAW FURS WANTED —TRAPpers: Do you know I buy all kinds of raw furs and pay highest market prices and - give a square deal In grading. Call on, phone or write for free price list to Wm. Works. Humboldt, Kans. WA.VTED—FOOD, FUEL, CLOTH- Ing, toys, bedding, furniture for Xmas Dinner Effort and ihld-winter relief work. The Salvation Army. 214 W. Madison. Phone 943. WANTED—POSITION ON FARM by young man 19 years old. Phone 1409. POSITION WANTED BY YOUNG lady stenographer. Experienced in office work. Phone Main 236. FOB SALE—XISCELLAIIBOIJS. FOR SALE—32C' ACRES 6 MILES from Moran. It's the cheapest farm in Allen county. If you are interesied and really want a bargain, come I in and see us. lola Land Company. At the meeting of the I.AdIea Aid society of the Methodist church Wednesday it was decided to give an apron bazaar and serve a chicken pie supper on December 21. The baz.iar will be held In some building on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. George Webb of Pueblo, Colo., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Abbott this week. Remsberg and Jackson of north of town broui^t Carl £ Hunter 123 fine turkeys yesterday. The turkeys covered the bed of a large hay rack and made a pretty sight FOR SALE—SHOCK CORN SOUTH Martin street, La Grange. G. B. Chand ler. Gas City. FOR SALE—PAWNED SUIT cases; hand bags; just like new. BIgus Pawn Shop East Side Square, In fcult store. First door south of Kress store. E. Johnston. 211 S. Jefferson Ave. ' FOR SALE—ALMOST NEW BUGGY for less than half price.. See Harry Davis, at the furniture store. . FOR SALE—GLASS SHOW CASES counters, good safe. Cheap. Kelley Hotel Bldg. FOR SAL^PEKIN DRAKES AND Buff Rock chlckeilk. Phone 4Se. TO TRADE;—5-YEAR-OLD MARE, broke single and double for first class milch cow. Inquire 91» E. Miidison. PBITATE MONEX TO LOAX. We have some Private Money to loan on Farms. Low Rate. We also have Eastern Money at the lowest rate and best terms. Let us tell you about our terms and rate. Privlledge to pay at any time. For Sale—Improved 40 acres near car line, between lola and Gas. THE PETERSON LAND CO. Phone 97. Old Court House Bldg. FETEBSOX LAND COXPANT. loin* Kansas. FOR SALE—DAI N HAY B.4.LER 14 by 18, good as new. Geo. M. McClelland, 428 East Monroe. Phone' 813. *"™*"""^™^"*"""""^^"^^^^^^"^ FOB BENT—MI8CELLAHBPIJ& foffBBNlC Eight room, modem house, with barn; close in. Call 899. • C. L. WHITAKER. FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE, 505 N. Chestnut Phone 17L • FOR SALE—A 4 HOLE '^UCK" cook stove; burns coal, wood or gas; good as new. Will sell for half price. 706 E. Jackson, or phone 477. ; nSCELLAHEOUS. INSURE IN THE "CONTINENTAL," Largest company in tbe vorld.^ Stewart & Funk. Agents. FOR ANY CATERING WORI^. CALL Mise Miller 203 S. Chestnut ' Phone 826. UPHOLSTERING, FURNITIHIB RE pairing, old mirrors r^silvered-house­ hold goods packed for sblpmeiit. general repairing and work of al} kinds. Paper Hanging, etc. Phone 1175. A. FOB SALE OB EXCHAXGE. Eighty acres hardwood timber, for iola property, or acre tracts; $1200. 160 acres; 40 in cultivation, balance timber; fine water, bearing orchard, cheap house and bam; for lola property or stock of goods; |2.000. Several nice lola residences for land. SO acres well improved in Elk Co.. Kansas, for lola property; |4,800. 160 acres well Improved in Elk Co., Kansas, worth $50 per acre; trade for business property in lola. FHve room house on paved street for rent, $5.00. Modem 8 room house close Jn, for sale or rent. WHITAKER & DONNELL lola, Kansas. WHITAKER ft DONNELU WE NEED THE BUSINESS And will make It-faiteiartl &lr and to your advantage to giTO It to ns. Try us and se^ wis write Insurance, write Surety Bonds, write Burglar Insurance,' draw Legal Papers, take Acknowledgeinents, isiake Loans on Farm Lands — aiid make them at as low a rate as those fellows who advertise to make Ipans at 6%; so don't forget to come and let ns prove It to you. And-perhaps we may have some trading propositions, that will interest you. Come In and look them over, and let's get busy on something. ALLEN CO. REALTY CO. B. L. Thominon, Xgr. OFFICES EVANS BLDG. IOLA Roiyal Standard Typewriter The Xew Model fi AT i {(7.1 .00 Has the Two-color Ribbon, Back- apseer. Tabulator and other modern features. Efficiency and Dnrahlllfy Absolutely Gunrnntecd ASK TO SEE ONE E. H. Bussing, Agent Xorthrnp Bldg: lolo, Kas. Phones 580 or C21 Xotlce of Aannal Meeting. There will be a nannual 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 electing the directors for the year 1912. J. A. WHEELER Pres. FRANK E. SMITH Sec. FILES CUBED IN SIX TO 14 DATS. —Yonr draggist will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fails to rare any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to f4 daya 60e. Miss Dixie Wade of Collinsvile arrived yesterday from CoUinsvlllR to enjoy a visit with l^r parents, ^Ir. and Sirs. Tom Wade. Postmaster McKclvny says the Register's story about a postal savings bank at Gas is misleading. This office has been a postal savings depository for one month and hns been ful-kto his homo hnre yesterday. ly inJependent. All surplus money cgming from stamps, money orders or the postal savings department is taken to the lola office, from which place it Is transferred to the board of trustees. Mr. Folk with his new gasoline engine is threshing kafflr corn for Mr. Ray horth of town. Rev^ Hagennan of Yates Center Is holding revival meetings at the Baptist church this week. A number tram here are aUending. his family. \ Mrs. E. C. Goblo will nrrlvo from Butler, Mo., and visit her ditughtcr, Mrs. Ben Shacklett unUl Mondny when she will n-lurn to her IJoroo In Humboldt * Foiling to secure cmployipent in ColUusvillc, Mr. Glasswcli rcluruud ,Mr8. Douglas Moore has shippi'd her household goods to Colllnsvillu. She will Join >Ir. Moore there next week. WRESTLING .1ATCU WAs'GOOD. McCoy Won fromnlgler In 27 and 17 lllnutits Kes|>ectlvely.; After the pictures at the Grand last night Frank fiigler of Solomon. Kan. sas. and P. G. McCoy, of Kansas City, I put on a wrestling bout th^'t derel- J. M. Dale will arrive from Collins- {op^j g ]o( cleverness . Bigler was F^trm ma Gliy KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA Low Bnte; Aanaal or Senl-Annnal iBtemfr-PriTlIege to Fay tal Fnll Beduecd Bates op Flr» lasoraaeel ReMeCunnin ^ham Old Conrt Uoa'ae BIdff. Ka«. TO HAVE BASKEi: BALL TOUB. lola High School Team to Visit Neur> bf- Towns Darfaigr Holidays Horace Smith and his orchestra of colored men made their bow to the public at the G. A. R. hall last night, giving a recital of some length and pretentiousness. The hall was packed, there being over $28 taken in at ten cents a head. The orchestra contains nine pieces and beside the orchestral numbers there were vocal selections. Mr. Smith has not arranged for a second concert but expects to furnish music for the colored lodges here and may visit some of the neighboring-^towns. Those who heard the concert are unanimous in saying that the music was excellent and reflects credit on leader and musicians. Woodmen Elect Officers. At a meeting of Camp 961. Modern Woodman, held December 4th, the fol lowing officers were elected: Consul—J. H. McMurray. Adviser—J. E. Etherton. Banker—P. O. Benson. Clerk—W. A. Cowan. Escort—Nathan Burnslde. Watchman—James Joiiiff. Sentry—Geo. K. Stewart Trustee—P. W. Amerman. The election of medical director was jiostponed one week. It was decided to have a Joint installation of officers followed by an oyster supper in January. Card of Tbankn. We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the many friends and neigh bors who so kindly asslyted us during the recent illness and death of our beloved wife, daughter and sister. —Claude S. Stutevllle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stutevllle and family Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. v.. A. Bpyor and family. Farmers Bead TUsi —The Page Fence Co., of Adrian, Michigan, makes, ip. Liop. Brand, a &. inch heavy fence. Quality the Best Prices Very. Lo^ Write Elmer Redr The members of the lola high I dish. Salesman Gamett. Kan. 4f no school basket ball five have begun, dealer near you. vllle tomorrow to enjoy a visit with TQE CITt or iOLA. 'WwklBf Faadt I Balance 10^31-1911 { Receipta Dlabur^ meats Balance llr30-1911 jOu^ptpB^lngl Cash in 1 Warraats | Drawer Treasurer's Balance General -_ ! $ 427.01 $ 1,059.24 $ 816.^ $ 669.70 1 $ 329.67 $ 54.50 $ 944.87 Street and Alley i— 1,021.92 677.19 444.73 ! 214.64 669.37 Cemetery No. 1 Cemetery; No. 2 Special Cemetery ... i _80.35 330.28 Cemetery; No. 2 Special Cemetery ... 289.08 43.00 82.15 249.93 i _80.35 330.28 Park 7—: Gas 10.32 14.00 9.95 14.37 14J7 Park 7—: Gas 12.960.52 3.451.58 5.367.59 11,044.51 1 437.60 1,075.37 11,406.74 Water 4,846.25 1.104.19 1.640.61 4 309.83 747.25 48.58 5,008.50 Electric 2.891.32 1 030.27 1.516.92 2,404.87 453.26 32.03 3,826.10 Balance 22 446.62 6.702.28 10010.96 19.137.94 3.262.77 1210.48 21.190.23 laterast aad Baad Fnada. Paving 8,446.74 Bond Investment 8,446.74 • 8.446.74 8,446.74 Railroad; 404.85 404.85 404.85 Water and Light 1,202.52 1,303.52 1,202.52 Internal Impr'v't. 3,296.53 3.296.S3 3,296.53 Funding 8.79 3.79 3.79 Sinking 4.337.73 4.837.73 1 4 337.73 Balances 17,692.16 I 17.692.16 1 17,692.16 Total Balances $40,138.78 $ 6,702.28 $10,010.96 $36,830.10'! $ 3,262.77 '$ 1210.48 , $38 882.39' * I T. F. Zlegler, City Clerk, do hereby certify that tbe jsbove statement is correct. T. P. ZIB0U5R. City Clerk. Subscribed and sworn to before_me this 7th day of December 1911. DORA M. TBOWBSIDOB. NoUrjr Publie. XSeal.j M/Cofflffliuloa ExplrM Jttne t8,1914. the larger and heavier bul= McCoy made the "Peace of the Solomon Valley" a reality when he twice f-ntrain- ed the wriggling iiower of Bl^ler and pinned his shoulilers lo the niat. each time with an English banimerlock hold. The first fall requlred:27 minutes and the second 17. Bigler was taller and showed great quickness but McCoy kaew more tricks and after letting the b|jK fellow tire himself lifting him McCoy became aggressor and won. •! Several times, however. Referee Lut» leaned close to see if McCoy's shoulders were not down, but the Kansas Qity man fflaaaged to wriggle out each time. The match was a clean one free from ronghnesB and proved both'men to Posseaa strength- and skill. -. ileCoy kas von several bouts in this section but has been known as Bert-Wright Only a small crowd saw tlie match and the Wrestlers Union really seema called upon to reprove tbe ^wo men for over-exerting themselves for pay that must be much under the union scale. The amount of pantfng and tugging and sweating they did would have sufficed to dig a larg^ section of (he Panama Canal, wblcl) would have paid some $45,000 instead of the —A 116 or no which thtj divided. making arrangements for a tour through neighboring towns during the vacation of two weeks which will occur at Christmas. The trip, it ha« been, planned will occupy about seven or eight days, during which time the lola team will meet and play games with the teams of the follow^' ing cities: Ft. Scott Nevada. Mo. DRIVES COLD FROM SYSTEM. Breaks the Worst Cold and Ends .ill • Grippe MlMrjr In Few Uoun. The mos't eifectlve 'and harmless way to cure the Grippe or bre'ak a se-. ., vere cold, either In the head, chest, Joplln Mo.. Carthage, Mp. Pittsburg, back, stomach or limbs. la a dose of Cold Compound every two 11 and probably a number of others. The ; Pape's lola boys have an excellent team, and they say they do not intend to lose one of the games. —Wanted, reliable lady^ of good ap- peaniaee la lola or Altea eouty to take ordcra for a casion jude tot9 sati -aellt readily; good eaaaiisloik Snap for laaie aaibitlaas voaua. Ad< di«M '*H* care Bcffater. —The Register Publislilag Ca tnraa out first class priatlng and bookbladr ing. A trial aollelted.. doses hours until three coiusecutivQ are taken. Yon will distinctly feel the cold breaking and all grippe symptoms going after the very first-dose, and It promptly relieves, the most miserable headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up, feverisbness, sneezlili;, sore throat, running of the nose, soreness. sUffness and rheumatic aching. • ^?4p Take this harmless Compound aa directed, with t)ie knowledge ths^ there is no other medicine made anywhere else in the world, which vUl cure your cold or end GrlPPO misery promptly and without any othiar The Jury in Justice Potter's conrt which heard the Davis case, where the queatlon of Davis's being an-express-! assistance or bad afterrf Sects aa a man or a soltoitor for a brewery was; 2o-cent package of papa's Cold Cqmr threshed out, failed to agree and waa pound,( whic|i any drucgist In the discharged yesterday afternoon. The evidence against Davis proved confusing and left so much nscertaijaty that most of the Jury favored acquittal. world can supply. After three years' research we have conclusively deWnstr^ted that quln-. Ine Is not .effective Ip tho treatment of coldi or frippe. • toLA R. TIMETABLES ' A. T. aTVt, RAILWAY South Bound. Ko. 201—nnlly t^aetiKt-T 1:05 p. m. No. 2u»—I.>ally FHasenKer 2:43 a. m. No. i'u7—Dally (except Sunday)' Pa.iseii.-; srer 8:a0 p. rn. No. 315—Dally (except Suoday) Way Krelght. Arrive 12 :01 p. m. Be- p.irt 1:05 p. m. North Bound. •Na 202—Dally Passenger 2:23 p. m. No: 204—Iwily Fassenser .2:20 a. m. 'No. 208—Dullv (except Sunday) Fassen' K«r 6:30a. m. No. 216—Daily (except Sunday) • Way ; Krilsht. Arrive 11:15 a. m. Depart 12:01 p. m. MISSOCRI PACIFIC RAILWAY Freights—West Bound. 't91—Local (dally ex. Sun) Iv. 3:45 p. m. 451—Colo. Red Ball (dally) Iv...8:38 p. m. Frelght^Eaat Bound. 45g—Red BaU (daily) sr.. 1:10 a. m. 492—L«cal (dally ex. Sun) ar. 8:00 a. m. Pauengera—:Wett Bound. Kansas Clty-Yatcs Center .Mail and Expre9.<; (daily) Iv 4:47 p. m.. 40»-rSt. Louls-Wlchlta Mall and Hhcpresa (dally) Iv. 8:33 a. m. Passengers—East Bound. 410—St. City MaU and Express (dally) ar 7:17 p. m. 40S—St. LoDis-Kansas City Mail and Express (daily) ar. S.33 a. m. . M. K. & T. RAILW.iT South Bound. •No. 571—Way Freight, (dally oxeept Sunday) 4:30 4. m. No.-TS--Mlxed (dally) 4:45p.m. No. 73—PasssenRpr fd.ifly) .12:19 p. m. No. 25—Flyer (daily) 5:50 a. m. ^ North Bound. No. 2*-rPassenEer (daily) X:25 p. m. No. 7e --Mlxed ('lally) 2:30 P- ™•No. 572—Way Freight, (dally except Sunday) 12:19 P- m. •571 and P72 will carry paasengera. SSBCHAITTABLK ABSTRACTS. Bvery Abstract made in our office la guaranteed to be a° merobaat- abte abstract or money refoadai, IOLA ABSTRACT COMPANT, Frank Wood, Manager. • XOBX lb KOIKI I > WUlluiaonKOtiMholdKooda, • plaalM.^ orsu% Mvthg n** • » aUte, tttMSi jmd Hwalyx. • * «i» * » •*TM ?*^5 T* » V »1 * Royal Typewriter Agency * $ Controls Exclusive Sale of the % £ Royal Standard Typewriter ^ £ In Allen County ^• « £. H. Bussing, Agent £ * Northrop Building lola. Kans. * S Typewriter Repairs and Supplies ^. £ Dr. C. nr. Rnss £ S DESTIST -E £ Room No. 1, Korthrup Bldg; % 3. Extraction without pain by the * £ use of Nitrous Oxide Gas £ S Phone—Office 553; Res. 852. £ aaaaa£aaaaaasaas»« a WHY iroTf « Have Your Piano Tnned by an S Experienced Tuner—Oao UT- * Ing In your home town. 9 T. 0. CAKATSEt « Plaae Toner and Repairer S Roberts Music Co. Phone 421 9 S F. L. B, LEATSLIi; M. ». S SpeoIaltiflB— S Dlaeaaoa o( ttie Cbaai A DteeaMaof CbfldreiL'' a Vk^Wi ^mf H7| Bfl& 147. » IOLA STATE BAJNK BUK} ««aeaeaaa969ae«*«« 4 Baal Eitate and LlTeitock • . • AUCgriONCEB <!> BaUifacUas ipanuUa«l'W^« * J P «»on..t ^^«ggg «^o.d«M. . ¥ TftMCeater 4herCoH.B«ak J[ 4 4 414 « 4.4> 4> 4> + <f • • • « PHILLIP HEI6ELS Utrtt South SL 41 HASmBSS AUB SABDKIBT •J Gesml Repafrlng< Att Xlinda I • VOVEY TO LOAJT on all kinds of household goods or Jewelry-ianythlng of value. Bigus Pawn Shop, East Side Square. OSRc& in Fruit Store. All trajuactions strictly confl- dentka •r • • • Round Trip Tickets, lols to. Hot Sprlnga, Ark^. wRh xetnnt limit of tbrea meatha from date of sale.' with stoQ-over pdidlecW', going arid return, .on'sale' every' day la tbe- year, for The one way:tlu« ia |12.65. e. E; AMNGER. IPhone 169. Xd. Fatv Ageat 'Hi-B'KHsera Amatton! /BIgh grada dtstiUata fo^aaI•, •Delepltone 785 lola. or Humboldt Reflaery. ford, IM Weat atraet. M: UuBcerw

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