Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 11, 1911 · Page 7
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, December 11, 1911
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THE IQiaC pmiY-REGISTEE, MONDAY EVElJiNa DEGEMBEMX, 1911. wkAT TO GIVE I —for— CHRISTMAS The Chi^istmu seasoa with all its good cheer and gift giving i8 here. As a useful ftid In' helping lyou choose your GlttKJ we ^end thlH Reminder. It KUKgesls a purchaso of a few of the many practical Holiday thlDKH you will riuti In our xtorc—(lift CoodH the kind n jiersou llkcB to K I VC —uml icceivir. I. I. GKAKN TliP LH llurftM DranclNt. —p. S. Ha^m. M. D., OculUt Erma Maxine, IIRO seven months and six days, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gilbert died Friday evening at the J. M. Gilbert home after a few weeks of intense suffering from ton- silltls. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 3:30 from the home. Hev. McWIIlIams of lola conducted the services. Interment was In the LaHarpe cemetery. Early this morning a large number of the M. W. A. memliers left this city with guns to begin the lodge's two daj 'B rabbit hunt. Two days were given for the hunt this year in order that all may have a chance to go a few hours In one of the days. The lodge has been equally divided under the two captains. Thomas Leighty and •lames Clark. The big supper whicti always follows <he hunt will not bi' given until the first of next month. A number from here went to Moran Saturday night to see the wrestling match between Bert^ Wright (McCoy 1 of Kansas City and Pearl Norton, of Mildred. —Roasters and carving sets make nice presents for the wife. Sold at lilnes. For the second time this year, the I.A}Iarpe basket ball boys have met ''efeat at the hands of the Mildred tire. They met their first defeat at Kincaid and their second Friday night In this clTST iiy a score of 88 to 34. A large crowd attended and report it one of the most Interesting games of the season. , —Ix)ok at the Rochpstor Silver Ware, Casseroles. Percototors, Chafing nishps and all kinds of baking dishes sold at llines. Mra. T. K. Harbison or I>>anna vls- Itedvwlth the Martin families ovfr Sunday. Mlw irarrl<»ff .Vny. after n plonniiuf few weeks wtlh Miss Ada l>can, n'- tiirned yesterday to hiT homo In Illinois. IRA B. IFRANTZ BEGfSTEBED OPTOMBTmst Humboldt, Kai. . Moran, afternoon of Dec. 10 and all day the 20th. I.Allarpo Dec. 21 and 22. ilxbt of tho world), f'haplcr 2. The vrugrani follows: UuvollonM, Mrs. Mu- Giirk; Paper. "GauUma and the GrI' gin of Jjuddhlom," Mrs. J. II. Smith; KoRdlng—"The Gospel Among the BurmflBe," Mrg. Kriedley; Duett, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Kohler; Shlntolsin, Mrs. Tredway; Pnjier—"Contrj'sls and Points or Contact with ChrlBtlnnlty, Mrs. Moore. A nun ber frnin here will S'o thr play. "H ^fWHlers MIlllonH." In loin this evi'i Ing. —Foot halls knives. »lpd» and skat»'s in:iko nlio iMosents for the hoys. H ly ilieni at Mines" Hardware. Mr«. rli .TrlcH Agner and daughter, of Moran. ipent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. nnd .Mrs. H. P. Doty. n. A. Davis and family will leave soon for Miinole. Ind., where iJr. Davis has hvork with the Ball Brothi-rs Fruit .Jar Company. —Keep your home warm by using those weather door strips. See Hines about tnem. Mrs. J. W. Miller visited her son in Yates Center Saturday and Sunday. W. J.(Waters is rejoicing over the news tlmt his Crystal White Orpington chicken took first prize at the big poultry show in Emporia last week. In a recent game of football between the T..aHarpe P. U. Q.'s and the Gas City boys, Buell Dougherty suffered a hrokeii collar bone which will keep hini out of the game the remainder of the winter. Mrs. L. J. Preston is having a four room bouse moved to her farm northeast of !town. J. T. Hastings and daughter of Cba- nute were in town Saturday on business connected with his property here. Mr. Clemans, after a .short stay in CoUinByille. has returned to I^Harpe to spend the winter. He says there are t^o men to every Job In Colllns- vHle. Mr. Taggart and son Ray who have lieen fni Oklahoma for the past month returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Meredith, of Harner. Ktinsas, are the guests of Mr. and' Mrs. Albert Vaughn this week. —have a splendid line of cutlery frfam which a nice Christmas pres ent coiild be selected—Kohlcr'a. The I Masons will hold a public in- stallatJon next Thursday evening. Mrs. Isabella Aten Is "havInK her property on McKinley street improved by bul'ldlng two porches and giving It a fresji coat of paint. —C^II in and see our extensive line of upJto-odate jewelry. If you want to mwe a gift of a watch, we have ereryibing you want at the right price. Waters & Danforth, Drugs and .Iewel|b-. Mnt Thomas Lelghty and Mrs. A. H Htnes! were In Tola Saturday. Mls^ Tura Norton went to Bartles- vllle ^turday for a short rlslt with friends and relatives. Jo^ Burger went to St Louis Saturday night on a short business trip —Buy your wife one of those famous ^Oodrich Sewing Machines for Christmas.—Hines' Hardware. Th^ Woman's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet with Mrs. Delia Ohlfest tomorrow afternoon. The program will be: Devotional exercises. Mrs. Hackney; roll call, jverse of promise; music. Mrs. Kerrj Syria. Mrs. Blaine: Mountain- eers.jMrs. Bobbins;, duet. Misses Jackson and Shearer; lesson etndy. Mrs. Vandegrift: song; minutes; business; repeat 2.1rd Psalm. THe Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. S. L. Chase tomorrow afternoon. Subject: "Buddhism" {the QASCITY Under the auspices of the W. C. T. U.. Mrs. A. C. Zehner will lecture Wed nesdny evening in the Methodist church on the subject, "American Ideals." Mrs. Zehner is one of the most gifted women now before the public and with no admission charge everyone should hear her address. The high school will furnish music fr this occasion. Mr. Robertson of lola, served coffee and wafers Saturday in the Carl & Hunter store, advertising Tone Brothers' famous Russett coffee. Mr. Guy Roberts and family spent Sunday with relatives In Colony. Word from Las Vegas states tliat -Mr 'Ballard is able to sit up some, but Is net improving as rapidly as was < bought he would. The high school girls are mailing Invitations for a box supper to be given in the nigh school building next Friday night for the benefit of the basket ball team. A splendid program lias been arranged to precede the sale of the boxes. A number of Gas Cltlans who own fancy chickens, will have them at the Iioultry show at lola in January. Miss Edith Howell was a guest of friends In Topeka Sunday. Miss Dixie Wade Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Guy Roberts, In Colony this week. —Wlipn buying mrats you want the best; you K*^t the li <>Kt nt Carl & Hunter's. Miss Zello Page, after an extpnded visit wltli linr nuni, .Mrs. It. Foster, In Wt'llliigion, returiu-d home Saturday. J. M. Dale came u|i last evi'ninpr from CnlllnHvlIle to spend thn week with Ills family. Clmrlos Eastwood of Morrison, Oklnhdiim Is vIsltlnK his brother .lor EfistHdiid, tlil« wcph. Tony Grand, the Indinn boy. I N aii.xliiusly awaiting a tliki i fnin his father In South Sharon, l':i to (.'iki- liltii Ii:i <k ciLsl. Tuny Is now ' :niil <iy- rd in the yards at the Prime Wt -slcrii smeltors. T. Wilson, of lola, was In town Saturday on business connected with his property here. Mrs. .M. D. Arbuckle i."! expected home from Colllnsvllle today. Mrs. A. C. Sinclair and daughter arrived Saturday from Jefferson. Mo., to visit over holidays with Mr. and Mrs KA Alstott. The Hollensworth Twins company, of which Mr. Sinclair (s a nionrber, will play Xmas week In lola. Mrs. C. Osborne spent Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Claud Briner in. West Gas. WAS SICK THIUTY YEARS. Bowie, Tex.—The remarkable case of Mrs. S. J. Embry who lives near here Is attracting attention, on account of her restoration to health after many years of suffering. She tells of It In a letter as follows: "During the past thirty years I have" suffered greatly from nervous troubles and my health was badly run down. Lately I learned of your cod liver and iron tonic, Vlnol, and began taking it "I have used several bottles and improved so fast that I at once recommended it to two friends who were In poor health. My case was complicated but Vinol did wonders for me. Every woman who suffers from nervousness and weakness should take Vinol and recover her health." It is plain that a'remedy that will overcome a chronic rundown condition like this is Just what weak and sickly men, women and children everywhere need. If you want to be strong and healthy again .take Vinol, on our poffttivo promise to give back your money if you are not satisfied S. R. Burrell Druggist, lola, Kans. ]tiotIcn. Members of the Grand Army and families and the I.Adle8 of the Relief Corps and families will hold a Social at the Grand Army Hall Wednesday December 13th. La Harpe Comrades and friends hare been inyJted. Be sure and coma with well filled baskets amj give our La Harpe friends, a royal welcome. Dinner from 12, M. to p. m. By order of Executive Com- WANTED—WOMAN FOR KITCH- en work; 202 East street WANTEI>—POSITION AS NURSE. Address Mrs. Lee, Gas City, Kans. K. No. 1. 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. WANTED—FOOD. FUEL, CLOTH- ing, toys, bedding, furniture for Xmas Dinner Effort and mid-winter relief work. The Salvation Army, 214 W. Madison. Pbone 943. WANTED—POSITION ON FARM by young man 19 years old. Phone 1409. POSITION WANTED BY YOUNG lady stenographer. Experienced In office work. Phono Main 2IiC. AGK.NTS EVKRYWIIKRK CAN mako money, spar*! time, distributing Post CardH advertlHlnK our Chewing Gum. No innvasslng. Lllii-rnl terms. Yourl.v contract. Weekly setdementK. .'Send neven two-cent stamps for sup- |ily Post Carils, Instnulliins and I'lm- tracl. Sppariiiint (!onipuny, 1777 IJroadw.iy, Deparlmrnt 178, New York. FOB SALE—KISCELLAJVEOUS. FOR SALE—200 GOOD SHOCKS OP fodder. Inquire at the Staj Bam, 201 West street Phone im. FOR SALE—ALMOST NEW BUGGY for less than half price. 'See Harry Davis, at the furniture store. FOR SALE—GLASS SHpW CASES counters, good safe. Cheap. Kelley Hotel Bldg. FOR SALE—PEKIN DRAKES AND Buff Rock chickens. Phone 486. TO TRADE—5-YEAR-OLD MARE, broke single and double for first class milch cow. inquire 915 E- Madison. FBITAXE MONEY TO L0A5. "We, have some Private Money to loan on' Farms. Low Bate. We. also have Eastern Money at the lowest rate and best terms. Let us.tell you about our terms and rate. Friviledge 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. FETEBSON LAXD C0XF15T, Ipla, Kansas. FOR SALF.—DAJN HAY BALER 14 by 18. good as new. Geo." M. McClelland, 428 East Monroe. Rhone 815. FOR SALE—SHOCK CORN SOUTH Martin street, La Grange. :<>. B. Chand ler. Gas City. WANTED—A PARTNER WITH some capital, to mannke the smiles of The Metal Sidewalk forma. Imiuirc at .'507 .V Walnut. WANTED—WALNUT l^GS. COOK and Way man, care C. C. Luccock. Phone 194 WANTED—A YOUNG BOY OVER IC years. I'alace of Sweets. STRAYED—FROM % MILE WEST of hospital a black female shoat weighing 75 pounds. Address H. A. Kemmerer lola. Phone 1029X. FOR SALE—PAWNED SUIT rases; hand bags; JUHt like new. Bigus Pawn .Shop East Hide 8qi|nre, In fruit store. First door south of:Kre88 store. I'DIl SAI.K—RHODE INLAND RED eoikerel. E. Dp .Neen, UUG N. Main .sIriTt Can, Kans. ; FOR SALE—A OOOfi DRIVI.Vf.', .safe for lady. Phdno 1148. FOR SALE — .SEVERAL PUR E blood Poland China Bdars. Prices right. Harry Hoeken.-R.r'R. 3, Moran. Kan. I>a Harpe phone 764. FOR SALE OB EXCHAKGE. Eighty acres hardwood timber, for lola property, or acre tracts; $1200. IGO acres; cultivation, balance timber; fine water, bearing orchard, cheap house and barn; for lola property or stock of goods; 12.000. I Several nice lola residences for land. 80 acres well Improved In Elk Co., Kansas, for lola property; (4,800. ICO Bert's well improved In Elk Co., Kansas, worth |50 per acre; trade for business property in lola. five room bouse on paved street for rent, SG.OO. Modern 8 room house close In, for sale or rent WHITAKER & DONNELL lola, Kansas. WHITAKER ft DONNELU WE NEED THE BUSINESS And will make it interesUng and to your advantate to give it 0>' us. Try us and »» We write Insurance, •write Surety Bonds, write Burglar Insurance, draw Legal Papers, take Acknowledgements, make Loans on Farm Lands — and make them at as- low a rate as those fellows who advertise to make loans at 6%; so don't forget to come and let us prove it to you. And perhaps we may have some trading propoaiUonB, that will interest you. Come In and look them over, and. let's get busy on sometbtng. ALLEN Ca. REALH CO. B. L. TkvppsoDf Mgr. 0FFICB8 EVANS BLDO. lOLA LOST AJfB VOVKD. LOST—A LARGE POCKET PURSE containing |5.30 la silver and 20ti in paper coupons with J. R.. Smith name stamped on them, in southwest I)art of. La Harpe. Please return to Burl Ashley at Smith's store and receive reward. f LOST—HORSE BLANKET BE- tween West street and Missouri Pacific railroad on Walnut stfeet Phone 982-24. • LOST—LADY'S GOLD WATCH BE tween Gi^on's Studio and W. C. T. U Rest Rooms. Name "Susie" engraved upon case. Notify Phone 940. LOST—DAY BOOK WITH TWO dollar bill and owner's name inside Finder please return to R. Langley. Reward. MISCELLA?(£OUS. AGENTS EVERYWHERE CAN make money, spare time, distrlbntlng Post Cards advertising our Chewing Gum. No canvassing. Liberal terms. Yearly contract Weekly .settlements Send seven two-cent stamps for supply Post Cards, Instructions and Con tract. Spearmint Company, 1777 Broad way, Department 178, New York. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANT ed. No canvassing or soliciting re :qutred. Good Income assured Ad dress National Co-Operatlve Realty Co., V1423 Marden Building, Washington, D. C. WHY WOMEN GO TO PRISON Most of Them Err Through Idleneni Unwiao IMarrlagea, Ignoranca, Youtli ahd PrIendlineM. FOR SALIi>-GOOD MIIXH Phono 1199. COW. FOB BERT— MISCELilinSOnS. ^KJT BE SI?? Eight room, modem !)ouse, with barn; close in. Call 8S9. C. L. WHITAKER. HOUSE FOR RENT. PHONE 762. 1VAM lOLA PUOPEKTY In exchange for the following:' SUO acres 2 miles Baldwin Kas. Price $15,000. Mortgage $7000. improved 160 Logan county, Kas. Unimproved 160 Gove county, Kas. Extra well Improved 160 I.£ne county, Kas. Improved 320 near Garden City Ks. Well Improved 5G0 acres Decatur county, Kas. Unimproved 160 Logan county. Kas. These lands are all clear and the price Is right Fine wheat land. Pick out what you want and deal your property for it lOI-A LAND COMPANY. mlttee. —This is the last week for free trial package of Conkey's Laying Tonic and Big Poultry Boole Call at Morris & Howard. —Why the Harlow Mercantile Co. can under sell other merchants Is often asked. The reason is they have bought on an average o ftwo big stores a month at 50 per cent on the dollar, besides buying and getting wholesale prices, cutting out the middle men.. Yon can get clothing tbat other merchants are compelled to sell at $20 for $10, and other mercban dlse in proportion. Volapuk. A few years ago Volapuk was the order of the day, and we are only reminded of its erstwhile fame by reading an account in-a Paris contemporary of the death of lu founder. He was an ecclesiastic named Scbleyer, and bis method was to constitute a universal language by borrowing freely from the Roman and German tongues. The proposal received a great deal of attention from serious writers, and it goes without saying tbat it came in for a lot of ridicule. The effort might have succeeded had it not been for Esperanto. The old priest watched the rise and decline of his proposal, and be lived to see Its fall. The tlioiigbt that must suggest itself to all who give tb'e matter consideration la: Why should there be a new language? Why not teach boys to write Latin as a universal language? An effort in this direction 1« being made In Oennany. Promiceo Not to Respank His Wife. \^'illlam Novalous of Ashley, near Wilkcsbarre, Pa., pleaded guilty to spanking bis wife because she was extravagant, and Alderman Rlcketts of this city, who heari his story, dls charged him. He had been arrested by his wife and was not backward about admitting tbat he had beaten her. "I give her a sum of money each month to run the house," he explained, "and when I found tbat she had spent considerable of tbls money for other things^ I was angry, and took; my razor strop and snaoked.her." Aa be promised not to take snob extreme measures next time, and as Mrs. NoValons appeared none the worse for t|>e spanking. Alderman Rl(jketta dis- dunged t't™. —Best Work SbirU In town at Harlow Merc. Co. 3c. KEPOBT OF THE CO:fDITIOX OF The Northrup National Bank, at lola, in the State of Kansas, atthe close of business, December 5, 1911. Resources," Loans and Discounts __-$l.'>5 047.47 Overdrafts secured and unsecured I— 407.05 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation I.. 50 000.00 U. S. Bonds to secure U.' S. Deposits 1— 1,000.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds— .'jOO.OO Bonds, Securities, etc.. 41.200.00 Other Real Estate owne^.- 29;933.92 Due from .National Banks (not reserve agent8)_U. 3,835.38 Due from State and Pri^te Banks and Bankers.TiHist Companies, and Savings Banks 6,000.00 Due from approved Reserve Agents -„ 192,315.33 Checks and other CJash Items 4 9,283.60 Notes of other National Banks —.J ^.210.0.0 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels, and Cents 326.43 I.awfnl Money Reserve in Bank, viz: Specie $23 272.25 Legal-tender notes 7W.00 23 972.25 Redemption fund with \i. S. Treasurer (5% of clj-cu- latlon) ^— 2 500.00 Due from U. S. TreaauriBr-. 2,50 Farm smd City Umnm JKAASAS Ayn OKLAHOMA. Low Bate; Annnal or Seml-Annoal Interest—PrfTilege to Far In Fnll Bedoced Bate*--on. fJre lasarsaeeJ R. M.Cunfiiiigham Old Conrt Hpnse Bldg. lete, lUg. The causes that br/ng women to prison are seldom of personal or eran of direct moral significance. Women seldom their wits to break the law, nor do most of their crimes demand a quick Intelligence. They are in tbe main the result oi a lack of training in trades, inconsidcred marriages, ignorance, youth, friendtessness, the general unguided condition of girls non-employment, low wages, overcrowding in tenements, nervons ten sion, and th^ high-pressure life of the average female factory employe. These and other like causes prodnce tbe Bo-called artificial offenses, siich 88 inebriety, nnmliness and minor breaches of tbe law which are most- ir tbe result of overstrain. It baa ofi> ea been said that the barometer of crime rises as tbat of prosperity falls, and this is particularly true as re- ^rda tbe crimes of women. The thou- aanda of women Cactory workers in evenr maoDfactnrtag cit7 we never man tbaa m- tew dajs ttxtm actual want. Oivea a period of orrerproduo- Certified checks 196.14 Cashier's checlis outstanding United States desfoeita Reserved for taxag_ Liabilities other than those above stated. Letters of Credit 33.86 1,000.00 473.94 tion or a depreaslon in trade, and tlie women's prisons All wltb these despairing, idle workers. In New;England^ wbei\ tbe factories are ruantng witb a fnll force of operaUvea, there is. a decided slump in the prison population, for all goes well with even these weaker spiriu so long- aa tber earn enough to eat everr day and have a place to «\eep every nlgbt.— FVom '^'be Care o^-Woiaea ia State Prlaonst" bjr Jeanne-Robert, la tbe I American fierlaw cf BoTlewa. 700.00 Total t 536.25 LlabniUes. Capital stock paid in $ 50 000.00 Surplus fund 20,000.00 Undivided Profits, less, Exl- penes and Taxes paid 2463.89 National Bank Notes 1 outstanding : .';o,ooo.oo Due toother NationaIE(anka 14,584.68 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers! 27.703.16 Individual deposlU subject to check I 295,355.13 Demand certificates of deposit 100.00 Time certificates of de'posit 56,225.55 Total $518,536.35 State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. I, Melvin Fronk, Cashier of the above-named I>ank do solemnly swear that the above statement is truia to the best of my knowledge and.belief. MELVIN PJIONK Correct—Attest: Cashier. F. A. NORTHBtiP L. L. NORTHBUP,' D. P. NORTHRUP Directors. Subscribed an dswom. to before me this 11th day of December, 1911. CBAIGIE J- M-DOWELL, Notary Public. Commission expires Aug. 16,1914. TO EXCHUTGE $2,500.00 Grocery Stock all clean goods, for small tract of land in Allen or adjoining counties, of equal valua Want to deal with owner of land. We have other excbang^. Call on oa. OUBItESAFOTSEI^ Shipbuilding. In China. According to a Bhangbal telegram, the Chinese goremneat accepted tbe bid of the Xlaagnan araeaal fw tbe construetlon of four wandilpt ataboot 1,500,000 taela. Tba-araeaa!, nader control of Llang^Kiang, rleeror, eo' gagea principally In tbe manufaotture of arms. Although It hag. etinlpment 'for shipbuilding; It haa not tamed out any wanhlpa In the hlitorr ct ita existence for, the last twenty^odd yean, its experience so far having only. consisted lh. iSuttIng together gunboats that wer bt^li. In forei^a countries. Again, at the Mamel dockyard at Fidden one gunboat ^as constmcted in. 1889 and another in.tbe. following year, wUch were coajpl^ted In 1902. Bnt they were small ahlpa/ ^ch havr ing the displacemeik of 8<& tons. The present order consists of' two gnn- bpats with the displacement eC 1.000 tons ea^ and two smaller rtmr gan. boats. In^smnch as the MauMd. dock- Tfod is xmder tha^maaag^^kent; (dt French people^ this Is the.first.tiina ^that China has ever att«npted. to .build her own warships at her own dockyard. _. . lOLAO &ieL TIME TABLES A. ** S. F. BAILWAY ' South ^oiinci. N(\ 201—DalTy PodsenKer 1:05 p.m. No. :!U3—Dally Puast'iigfer 2:43 a.m. No, 2U7—Dully (except Sunday} Passpn- ger .•- .y. S;60p. m. No. 216—Doily (except Sunday) Way Krplght. Arrive 12:01 p. m. Depart t I:OS p. m. Nortn.'Bound. No. 302—Daily Faiiscri'KLT 2:23 p. m. No. 204—Dplly PuiifiPligpr 2:30 a. lu. No. 20«—Daily (except Bunilay) Pawn- Ker '.. S :30>. n« , No. 21C—Dally (except Sumliiy) Way Kreliflit. Arrtvo 11:15 a. m. . Do- ; part 12:01 p. 1I1880UBI"FACIF1C B^ULWAY rrelght*—Wait Bound. 491—r.acal (daily ex. Sun) Iv 2 :46 p. m. . 4Dt—Colo. Ked Ball (dally) Iv.. .8:38 p. m. rrelghtt—Bait Bound. mil—Red Ball (daily) ur. 1:10 a. m. iy2—Local (dally ex. Sun) ar 8:00 a. m. ' PasMng«r»—Watt Bound. 407—Kansas Cliy-Xates Center Mall and Kxpros; (dally) Iv. 4:47 p. m. 409—St. Louls-Wlchlta Mall and BxpreiM (daily) Iv S:3S a. in. Pa*«enger»—EJst Bound. 410—St. Z.ou{8-K^saa City Mnll and Bx-< press (daily) ar 7:17 p. m< 408—St. Lonis-KanBas City Mall ond Express (daily) ar. 8:33 a. m. M. K. A t. B.ULWAY ' South Bound. *No. ."i-l—Way Freight,' (daily e-xr «tA Sunday) ............4:30 a. m. ' No. TiJ—Mlxnd (daily) 4:45 p. m. , No. 73—Passenger (daily) ... .1.12>I9 p. m. • No. 25—Flyer (daUy) 5:50 a. m. ' North Bound. M. No. 24—Paa-^en^er (daily) ; 1:25 p. m. No. 76—Mixed (dafiyl 2:30 p. •No. 572r-"Way FreiBht, (daily except Sunday) 12:19 p. m. *571 and 572 will carry pa.<!sengers. K MEBCHAITTABLE IBSTBACTS. Bvery Abstract made in onroRIcs is guaranteed to be a merchantable abstract or money refnnded« lOLA AB8THACT COMPANI. -' Frank W6od. Manager; ********* * TBtJSiX TO LOAN I . • > wnileuljon household loeis, * plantM, ' organs, i^wlhf m»> 9 * skiasa, diamonds aad JewalXT. • • J. W. GOFRT »\ • UO Horth Street « *************99*M B Koyal Typewriter Agency » » Controls'Exclusive Sale of the * » Eoyal Standard Typewriter » « In Allen County « m E. H. Bussing, Agent % a Northrop Building lola, Kans^ » H» Typewriter Bepairs and Supplies 9 « « « « e « 9 «• » ffi « « « « 9 <B «<K «<» « « 9 « «iB «<B « 9 a a « Br. C TS. Boss ,10 DE5TIST « Boom No. 1, Kortbnip Bldg:. A p:;xtractlon wltfabnt pain by the 9 use of Nitrous Oxide Gas 9 Phone—Office 653; Res. 852. « 9 WHY NOTt • 9 Have Your Piano Tuned br aa • 9 Experienced Tuner—One LIT- • 9 Ing In your home town. • 9 T. 0. CAJfATSEY • 9 Piano Tnner and Bepafrer * 9" Roberts Music Co. Fbons 421 • 99 99^9 9999999999999 999 9999999&99a999« 9 F.L.B.IEATELL,K1. • 9 SpecialUes— < m IMffieasqs of tbeChest • Dfaeasesof CUldron. • * npneae^Wee M7j BM. 147, • 9 lOIA STATE BANK BLDQ. . , 9 999 999J&9 99.d'^99 9«««^ ****************** Seal Estate and lirestack * >~ AUGXIOMBEB Satisfaction guaranteed.'VTIrear A phone at mr expense for dates. « B. B. CLABK, i r YataiGeaier OitxCoauBtak 4.4. 4> 4* *:*** 4.>• PHILLJP HEI6ELB • ij llOMi South St. 1 ^ ^ HAB5E8S AND 8ABDELBY • • 4> deaeral Bepalrfog, AU Klads < • - • • • ; i i *************** • «• • • KONEY<TO LO.iy on all kinds of household goods or Jewelry—anything of value. ; • Bigus Pawn Shop, East Side I*,. Square. Office in Friiit Store, All transactions strictly confl-- • dential. • *****************^ Hei SpHngm, Ark, Bound Trip' Tickets, lola t»l Hot Springs. Arte, with return; W limit of three months from, date' ^ of sale, with stojMJver prtvUegiefl' : going and return on sale every I day in tbe year, for , The one way fare Is $12-65. E. E. MUNGER. ^ Fhone IM. Ke. Pa& Agint: -K^mmenclng Monday, Mt^estic 5c. "^.H. .—: ~ >^ —Farmere Attention! High gradB^ disUUate for sale. Telephone W5 lola,^/ or Humboldt Refinery. -- — lord, 304 West street M. Hnngeri-'^?!

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