Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 13, 1911 · Page 7
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WHAT TO GIVE —for— CHRISTMAS The Christmas season with all its good cheer and gift giving Is here. As a useful aid in helping }-ou choose Gifts we Ecn(\ this reminder. It suggests a purchase of a few of the manr practical Holiday things you will find in our store—Gift Goods— the kind a person likes to give—and receive. I. L. (JR.VF.X The La Harpe Ilrupgfst. —P. a. Halm. M. D.. Ocullmu Fred Bigler and Young Kutz will wrestle to a fini.<h this evening in the opera house after skating. —Buy your wife one of those famous Goodrich Sewing Machines for Christmas.—Hines' Hardware. The high scltool gill's ha.sket ball team will play the Yates Center girl." here Friday night. The high school boys will go to Yates Center S.itur- dily evening and contest with the high school ti-ain tliore. —Don't you be the last jierson to do your shopping. COHI« early and gel t)ic choice of our large .scli '0ti <in.— Waters & Danforlli. Di-ugs and Jewelry. Sunday morning a large number of friends of Mrs. Rosa Graon and Mrs. Brooks gathered at the lioiife of Mr.=. Graen to .spend the entire day In honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Brooks who is visiting here. The guests brought well filled baskets and at two o'clock an elaborate dinner was served. A most pleasant day wa^, reported. The following were the only out-of-town guo.-is: Mr. and Mr? Warren McCnnnell, of lola and Mrs Corda W'igington and daughter of CAS CITY —When bisyjng mc^.t.- you want iV.c he.-l: you get the best at'Carl & Hunters. .Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Russ''ll ent-^r- lalr.ed a number of friends last evening in compliment to Miss G'-noviPve Tiiylor-who lift today with her father for Mineral Wolls, Texas. Mrs. JCohncr will li-clure this evening on "American hb-als" at the Mrlli odlst church. Th'- high school chorus will Occupy the choir. The city, council met yesterdiiy af- (••rnoon In regular srsslon. The speed limit of railway trafns prisslug ihroiigh the cliy wns Incnased fmrn a miles an hour to ITi miloK an hour. The usual hills wt-n- allowed. The Ladlfs Aid of fli'> M'-lhodlst church nut this afK'rnoon In tin- church. The time will be occuplcil with making aprons propacatory to the civing of a bazaar some time this month. Harry Moore has accepted a position as elevator boy at the New S'ork store. AI Abrams, county poor commissioner was in town yesterday providing for some needy families. Col. U D. I^ong of Bronson was business visitor here yesterd.'iy. E. Tx-slie of Concreto who has been Uvery low is gradually improving. Fairbury, Xeb. I T. D. Summers went to Kansas City —What is nicer for a Christmas re- yesterday on business, memherance than a nice pictnrc? Willi E- K. Taylor and daughter Miss have my callory oi-en for all kinds of: Genevieve ;left this morning for Jliu- work until after the holidays. H. L.! eral Wells, Texas for an indefinite Mullennei.\. S'hotographer. I stay. The trip is being made for the At four o'clock ye.=:terdav afternoonrbcnefit of Mr. Taylor's health, the Woodmen had brought in 431 rab- ' Postmaster J. Q. Roberts of J^i- bit5. Of this amount Mr. Leightv's I Harpe was in town on business yester • dav with F S. McKelvey. J k. McBrlde returned from T.one Klir. ^ yesterday where he has been visidnrj^ his son. WAMED—jriSCELLAJiEOCS. I FOR SALE— MlSCELLAXEbcS. WA.NTRD—BOY ABOUT IC YEIAUS old or light weight man; nice work and good pay. Call at Jefferson Hotel. WANTED—POSITION' OX F.VRM by young man 19 years old Phone 1409. POSITIOX WANTED BY YOUNG lady stenographer. Experienced in office work. Phone Main 2GG. WANTED—WALNUT LOGS. COOK and WajTnan, cara C. C. Luccock. Phone l&l. side had over 100 majority. Considerable more were expected in before eight o'clock that evening. Mrs. Walter .McGInnis was called tf Eldorado Spring."? Mo. yr-pterday f^n 1 account of the illness of her broil.' r Jesse Floyd. > More news from Lawrence cdr.- ceming the foot ball team that will play the Invincibles here Christmas is fully convincing that a close game will result. Jay Bond, the famou.= half-back on the 'OS University team.) and Pete Heil. the present quarterback of K. U. will be in the line-up. Members of the Methmlist church are preparing for big ChriFtmas pro W.IMEII—J'LE.VX WHITE R.4GS. Regfster offfcc. WAXTKIW-ELV:VATOR BOY AT New York Store. Must be If. years old. it -n •»! TO TRADE—5-YEAU-OLD i MARE, broke single and double for first class milch cow. Inquire 915 E.' liladison. FOR SALE—DAIX HAY SALER 14 by IS, good as new. Geo. M. McClelland. 42S East Monroe. PhonJe Sla. FOR SALE—PA WX ED I SUIT cases; hand bags; just like new. Bigus Pawn Shop East Side Sqnace, in fruit store. First door south of Kress store. FOR SALE—RHODE 1S1.AXD RED cockerel. E. DeNeen, tJOG N. Main -street Gas. Kans. • ' FOR SALE—A GOOD 'DklVIXG horse, safe for lady. Phono 1J14S. Harry Evans, of Pl"nsanton, wa.< a l,ii.-in.-.-s \i?^itor li-re itnlay. Miss Cora Fitzputrick entert.iincil t!ie T. T. G. Embroidery club this afternoon. This gathering al?o resulted in a novelty show for Mis.s Edith Barker in honor of her approaching marriage. The hurties" Aid Society of the Prairie Hall church, met this afternoon with Mr.-:, spencer Davi.-;. gram to given Sa.u.iay.^.rd. The: ^^^^ ^,^"'^„T ^^^^i•"TT ''"'•n'•their entertainment for this : .uain- program. .1. 15. Ilurlock will act as j j,,^ "'^'.'Tf'^r Y"'r"r,'^'V" KrI Wr-rr of Parsons Is vl.= lling his, ^rVh« pJ' /»J°'».''±" Tan^aetlng hu..lne.ss here at the Presbyterian church. It Is not ,,,1^, i .vet known whether a tree can be sc-; dance will he given In opera WANTED—CATTLE TO WINTER to buy young calf. Earl Mtmfort. phone ?!l7-23. \ FOR KENT—MISCEI.LA.XEOrS. FOR RE>T. Eight room, modern house, with barn; close in. Call 899. C. L. WHITAKER. cured for this occasion. This morning about sixty Old SoJ- dierB and their wives hoarded the ear for lola to bo the guests of tlie lo!a old veterans. Mrs. Arthur Stahl. nf Golden Val-! ley, spent yc.'^terriay with I^ Harpe friends. I.. X. Green formerly of here hut hoii .-re Frl'Iay evening. --The Register Publish I."..'; Co. turns out first cla.^s printing and iookblnd- Ing. A trial solicited. Some Moilcni Coinniandnienls. Rr.v. .1. ]|. Hriee of the M. E. now'of" Coffey county i"s visiting tlie ; Chureh, ha.- f.iund in Fome of liis I^ Harpe old soldiers this week. I ne«.'•pai.er.s the followin;,' 'modern Harp Mrs. L. P. and Mrs. George Malcom visited friends in lola yesterday. OSLEimiGIITiYOIITII iCfEDS tCE Gray Hair Is first Sign of Age. Harmless Remedy Restores to Natural Color, 0<l<r i-ii't the only lu.-iii who turav- dnwii olil :i ;:c-. In the l'il>iii«->s wmM l!ie "yeimir iii.-m" is alw.-iys ihi- i<iie who I'ieks tin- plums. It is au iif "ii'-w Ihnuv-ht." "new- tal<-tit." er<-., and the (•M mail is piisM -d liv in the raee. One or the fir.-*t KI^TTIS of romini; age is the apjiearani-e cif Kniy hairs. Whi-n you >ee them, aet priiiiipily. Wyt -tli 's Sap- anil Siili>hiir Hair Iti-im-dy will ei.rrei-; lliix >\sn. whiih sifr Kfteii diM-i -ivi-s [Hii)>)•' i.'itv thiiikiii;; tiiat at'e i.s really upoa ihein. It i.-; a well-known fa<-t tliat .S;ipi- .Tiid Sulphur will d.-irVen the hair- Wyt-th's S.-iRi- alel Siili^hur eoiiiLnii -i these <il|l -iiiiii> renifdii-s with other ac'iits. whieli reinuve •I:iiiilruff nud proiimti- tUi- ;:r <i «rh «f JIH' li .-iir. Till- niMiiiifaeturers of this remedy Iiilthiiri7.e the f ]riu ;;:ist--< t<> wll ir under gunrautei- iliaf the monej- will he re- fniidi-l if it fail* t <i di> exa.Jlj- nn re[.- rcKi 'iitwI. DKU'I loijk olil iM 'fore your time, fjct a \xiU\e of Wyefh 'H Knge and Sulphur 1 «-day, and M-I - whnt an Improvi -tMnit it will make iu the appearance o' joijr Lair. ThiK preparation Is ..ffiT(d to the puMi<- at fifty ecnfs n Iwttle. an 1 rei-ommeiid .Mj nnil sold by aJI driicTiv'' ^ Sp«cl»l Agent—S. R. Burrell comtuandments" wiiich he thinks a irond many Register readers might like to see. .As the Re;:ister agrees with him. Herp they are: 1. Thoii shalSliave no woman except thy wife. 2. Thou Shalt not neglect thy home for lodj;e, or cii'.il/ or fraternity, or (-aloon .or any.male meeting place of any kind what.=oever. Thou Shalt not be a gallant in society, a diplomat in bu.Tlness and an autocrat at home. 4. Thou Shalt not compel thy wife to ahk for every needed penny; neither Shalt thou dole out the tiame like sour faced charity ."<. Thou shall not allow thy wife to tir -<-(.iiu- 'I household drudge, enslaved by cook stove, broom and babies. C. Thou shall not smoke ten cent cigars and wear .-^ilk hose while thy wife wear.=i last year's hat and Uiy soiifi w>ar Jjand-me-down trouiers. Thou Shalt not quaff the flowing bowl .= it at poker, or play the races, on pain of thy son's damnation. 8. Thou Shalt not neglect needful dl.seipline TPBl thy sons and tliy daughters stray into crooked paths; neither shall thou be a harsh and I'ard-handed tyrant, lest thy children despise thee and thy teachings. 9. Thou shall not neglect the edu- eatlon of thy children In order that they with immature strength and un- prepaied nilnds. may help thee bear the burden of siipport. 1". Thou shall not farm out the religious training of thy children to any mlnlsUr Sunday School teacher, religious zealot of any kind, or even to their mother. Thou thyself shalt instruct them in rIgbteousnesB and sbalt instruct them in the patli which growefh brighter and brighter unto the perfect day. The Allen County Really Co. .Make a specialty of selling .Mien Cfiunty Fisrins. , We also write Insurance nf al! kind:;. <-(illi'<-t .i"nfs. pay laves for non-rc-r.Idents. and do a gi.-neral real estate bii.'^iness. We represent three of the best loan coiiipanies dolnc liiisl- ness in Kansas, and .solicit a share of the loan husliie.sb, and guarantee as' eliejip rates and iiuii k service as can be had any- wln-re. The Allen County Realty Co. R. L. Thoropsnn, .V<r. OFFICES EVANS BLDG. lOI^ FOR SALE —SEVERAL blood Poland China Boar^. right. Harry Boeken, R. R; 3 Kan. l»i Harpe phone TC4. FOR SALl->-REGISTERKI colt, also good work mare; .") Kentucky. . PURE Prices Moran. HOUSE FOR RENT. PHO BRED 3 South NE 762. AGENTS EVERYWHERE CAN make money, spare time, distributing ! Po.st Cards advertising our jChewing , Glim. \o canvassing. Liberal terms. 1 Yearly contract. AVeekly settjlements. Send seven two-cent stamps Ifor supply Post Cards, Instructions i^ml Con{tract. Spearmint Company. JTf7 Broad I way. Department 178, New York. PRIVATE HOXEr TO lOAJf. We have some Private Money to loan on Farms. Low Rate. We also have Eastern Money at the lowest rate and best terms. Let UB tell you about our terms and rate. Priviledge to pay at any time. For Sale—Improved 40 acres near car line, between lola and Ga . THE PETERSON LANT) CO. Phone 97. Old Court House Bldg. PETERSO-V lAXD COXPASY. lolo, Kansas. FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE. Eighty acres hardwood timber, for lola property, or acre tracts; $1200. 160 acres; 40 la cultivation, balance timber; fine water, bearing orchard, cheap house and barn; for lola property or stock of goods; $2,000. Several nice lola residences for land. 80 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. Five room house on pavM street for rent, $5 .00. Modem 8 room house close in, for sale or rent. WHITAKER & DON-XELL lola, Kansas. TO EXCHANGE $2,500.00 Grocery Stock, all clean goods, for small tract of land In Allen or adjoining counties, of equal value- Want to deal with owner of land. "We have other exchanges. Call on us. CHARLES & POTTEB. LE6AL8. REPORT OF THE COXDIIIOX OF The Northrup National Bank, al lola, in the State of Kansas, at the close of business, December 5, 1911. Resoorceii. Loans and Discounts $135 047.4 Overdrafts secured and unsecured — U. S. Bonds to secure circulation — U. S. Bonds to secure U. S. Deposits 407.05 50 000.00 1,000.00 500.00 41200.00 Pretniums on U.- S. Bonds- Bonds, Securities, etc.. Other Real Estate owned— 29.935.92 Due froai National Banks (not reserve agents) 3.S35.38 Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies, and Savings Banks 6,000.00 Due from approved Reserve Agents - 192,315.35 'Checks and other Cash Items Notes of other National Banks f^ractlonal Paper Currency, Nickels, and Cents Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, viz: Specie $23 272.23 Legal-tender notes — 700.00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (ZTc of clrcii- latlon) Due from U. S. Treasurer.. 9,283.50 2.210.00 326.43 23 972.2; 2 500.00 2,5 Wallis Ewing drove through town y.'.'ierday with a wagon lojd of mutton. He had killed eight oj- ten of his spring lambs and was taking the iiirat to place in cold storage. His progics.s through town was galled a K'xjil inanv times by people ^'ho had a Mi.'-|i!, ion that maybe herf was a eiia'iee to load up on frcpji liari'ain priiM 's. meat at Try the Register Want ad Way. —1 WA>T lOLA PKOPEBTY In exchange for the following: 300 acres 2 miles Baldwin. Kas Price $15,000. Mortgage $7000. Improved ICO Logan county, Kas. Unimproved 160 Gove county, Kas Extra well improved 160 I.rne county, Kas. Improved 320 near Garden City Ks Well Improved 5G0 acres Decatur county, Kas. Unimproved 160 Logan county. Has. These lands are all clear and the price is right. Fine wheat land.. Pick out what you want and deal your property for it. 10 LA LAXD C05IPANY. lOLB IIRLAKS fV FEW IIOIRS. Siiys ({nininp Isn't Effccflvo in tlie lure of ('o!d!« nnd ('ripite. The Re- may make ilie majority 28. pulilicans elected most of the Lstate officers, with tlie exception of governor and one member of Congr^.=8 former It l.= a positive fact that a dose of f-'overnor George Currie, who won by Papos Cold Compound taken every 1 <Ofi. There Is no doubt aliout the tw« hours " iiniil three consecutive class of Republicans that will be doses are taken will cere grippe or elected. They will be regular. There bre»k up the most .<:overc eold eltber T'' a dozen candidates, among them in the litad, chest back, .stomach or -iudge Fall, Col. Andrews- dnd Gov. limbs. -Mills. The election of Senators will You distinctly feci the cold hre.-ik- no cut-aml-drled affair. W^ elected Ing and all the disagreeable grippe » high-class lot of men to the Icgls- .symjuoms leaving after the very first lature, and the fight for the 'senator- dose. It promptly ends the most mis- ships will be a fair and open one. crable headache dullness, head and "President Taft undoubtedly will nose stuffed up, feverlshnoss sneez- Now .Mexico's eight \otek in the Ing, sore throat, running of the nose, national convention. Ther? s Insur- mucous catarrhal discharges sore- geney In New Mexico, as in |nost ev- ness .stlffnes and rheumatic twinges, "^ry other Hate bnt the'insurgent.s Pape's Cold Compound Is the result '">ve no orKanlaztlon worth fcpeaking of three years' research at a cost of and It would do them "no good If more than fifty Ihousaml dollars and "'ey had. The President Ic-serves. eontalns no quinine, whirh we ha\e «nd will get, the renominalli n.'and I conclusively demonstrated Is not tf- ''fli've he will be re-f!ectad. The Is- fectlve In the treatment of colds or f^f" in the campaign. I helffvii, will be grippe. 'he tariff, and the Republicans will Take this harmless Compound as «ln on It. It fs my opinion that Har- direcied with the knowledge that '"in who would. I think be the most ihero is no other medl.-'ine made anv- formidable candidate of the Demo- where el.se in tlie world, which will "at-s, will not be named by that party, cure your cold or end grippe tnlsery Their candidate will be el*rir Wilson as promptly and without any'other | "r Clark and I think WilsJn could assistance or bad after-effects as a J be easier beaten than anyrofae. 2ri-cent package of Pape's Cold Cora- pound, which any druggist In tht world can supply. LEGALS. (First Published In the lola Daily Register Nov. 29. 1911.) AotJce of Final Settlement The Stattf of Kansas Allen County ss. In the Probate Court In and for said County. In the matter of the Estatd of Maria Engelbardt Deceased. * Creditors and all other perspns. Interested In the aforesaid Estatei are' hereby notified that I shall apply to the Probate Court, In and for said County, sitting at the Court House In lola. County of Allen, State of Kansas, on the 12th day of January, A. D. 1912, for a full and final settlement of said estate. FRANK L. TRAVIS Administrator of the Estate of Maria Engelbardt. Deceased. (ll)-29-(12)-6-13-20 Total ^ $518,536.2 Liabilities. Capital stock paid in $ 50 000.00 Surplus fund ^ 20,000.00 Undivided Profits, less Ex- penes and Taxes paid ___ 2.163.89 National Bank Notes outstanding .^0.000.00 Due toother National Banks 14,584.68 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 27 703.1^ Individual deposits subject to check 295 335.03 Demand certificates of deposit 100.00 Time certificates of deposit 56,225.55 Certified checks ' 196.14 Cashier's checks outstanding 33.86 United States deposits 1,000.00 Reserved for taxes 473.94 Liabilities other than those above stated. Letters of Credit 700.00 .\EW MEXICO IS RECILAH, The game of basketball to be played here ne.vt .Sa'urday niglit between the local hieh .school team a»jd a team largo at- ic seems from Topeka should draw»a tendance. The Topeka boys, the .\atfoDul fomniUteeniHn. Clamping the turkey to the table only half 6,Qlve8 the problem; the nenf thing la t9 keep the atuffiner from squirting ail over tiie place. .th?,/'''?^!"''''!"...?*'^.*'!.'** hj.|l,ave rather an exalted'o'dnlon of themselves and their abllliv and on top of that are inclined to" t ilnk that they are rather lowering tjie r dignity and belittling the reputaticjn bf the state capital by hayliiir athl >tlc rjela- tioan with a country towji like lola. I Of course It la possible th%t the Tope- Washlngton Post: .New Mexico will send two regular Republicans to the United States Senate when the legislature of the new state meets next month. President Taft was Inforttjed yesterday by Solomon Luna, national, ^^^^ has Just cause to believe it committeeman from New Mexico, who is the Wlllard. •ill win here, but those' ^rho have watched the lola boys play ••The New Mexico legislature will be \ ^ ^nd will 6e Republican by a majority of 2« on - - • • ...... joint ballot," said Mr .Luna, "and there are two aeaU sUU in doubt, that expect to •nrprised If the locals lose. It wil( le a good time for you to get acqttal|ited with the came. (First Published in the lola Daily Register Nov. 29, 191L) -Yotice of Appointment, Exeenfrix^ State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. ' In the 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 Novembei', A. D. 1911 the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Allen County. Kansas duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the Estate of D. H. Scott. lata of Allen County, deceased. All parties interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. HANNAH M. SiCOTT. (ll)-29-{12)-6-13 Executrix. 3I0.\EY! 3IOEII MOXEIl I make a specialty of farm loans. If you are wanting a farm loan it will pay you to see me. Itfltes reasonable; Interest payable annual or seml-annqal; prtr- ilege given to make partial payments or all at any time. C. 0. BOUJSaSB lola, Xuu. Total — ._ $518,336.25 State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. I, Melvin Fronk, Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best ot my knowledge and belief. MELVIN FRONK Correct—Attest: Cashier. F. A. NORTHRUP L. L. NORTHRUP. D. P. NORTHRUP Directors. Subscribed an i!swom to before" me this 11th day of December, 1911. CUAIGIE J. M'DOWELT., Notary Public. Commission expires Aug. 16,1914. (First Published in tie Tola Daily Register Nov. 29, 1911.) Notice of Appointment, Administrator. State of Kansas. Allen Connty ss. In the matter of the Estate of Benjamin' Kelthley, late of Allen Connty. Kansas. NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT. Notice Is Hereby Given, That on the 2oth day of November, A. D. 1911, the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Allen County. Kansas, duly- appointed and qualified as Administratrix with the will annexed of the Elstate of Benjamin Kelthley late of Allen Conn­ ty. deceased. All parties interested^h said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. S. A. KEITHIEY. (ll)-29-(12)-6-13 Administratrix. (First Published In the lola- Daily Register Dec. 6, 1911.) !fotire ol Appointment, A^minlstnitor. State of Kansas, A|Ien Cdunty, ss. In the matter ot'th« Estate of La- tbet McNeil late of Allen County. Kansas. 'NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Notice rtHefeby Given. That on the 4th diiy of December, A. .D. 1911. the undenlga'ed was by the Probat« Court df Allen County. Kanaaa dnly appointed and quKliried as Administrator of the Estate of Luther MeNeil, late of Allen County, deceased. All parties interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. J. C. WOODIN. (12)-6-13-20 , Admlolitrator. IOIJIR.B.TIME TABLES A. T. t S. F. HAILWAr South Bound. 1 No- 201—Dailjr Paaaenger. 1:06 p. XK No- 203-— Oally Fti.iseiiser 2:43 a. m. No. ZW—DaUy (except Sunday) Passen- Ker, : 8:50 p.m. No. 215|—Daily (except Sunday) way FreiKht -Arrive 12:01 p. m. Depart ' 1:06 p. m. North Bound. No. SOZ—Dally Passenger 2:22 p. m. No. 204—Dally Passenger 2:20 a. m. No- 208—^Daily (except Smiday) Panen- ger S:30a.m. No. 21S—Dally (except Sunday) Way BYelght. Arrive 11:15 a. m. Depart 12:01 p. m. MISSOUBITACIFIC BAILWAY Freights—West Bound. 491—Local (dally ex: Sun) Iv. 3:45 p. m. 451—Colo. Red Ban (daUy) Iv...8:38 p. m. Freights—East Bound. 4^8—Bed BaU (daUy) ar.....:...l:10 a. Bi. 'U2—Local <diifly ex. Sun) ar. 8:00 a. To. Passengers—West Bound. 407—Kansas Clty-Tates Center Mall and Express (dally) Iv. 4:47 p. m. 409—St. Louls-Wichlta Mall and Express (dallv) Iv ...8:38 a. m. Passengers—East Bound. 410—St. LouIs-Kan.<!as City Mall and BK-press (daily) ar. 7:17 p. m. 40S—St. Ix)uls-Kansa» Ctty Mall and Bx- Fness (dally) ar. 8:8S a. m. M. K. & T. RAttWAT South Bound. •No. r.7t—Way FVelght, (dally eseept Sund-iy) ..: 4:30a.m.' No- 75—Mixed (d«ll>-> 4:«p. m. No. 7.")-Passenger (dally) 12:19 p.m. No. 25—Flyer (daily) , 6:Ma.m. North Bound. No. 24—Pnasenger (dally) l:«p. m. •Vn. 7«—Mix'd (dally) 2:80p.m. •No. 672—Way Freight, (dally except Sundayl 12:19 p. m. •571 and 572 will carry passengers. MEBCHAlfTABLE ABSTBACT8. Evety Abstract made In our oftIA is guaranteed to be a merchantable abstract or money refunded.' lOLA ABSTRACT COMPANY. Frank Wood. Manager. PB0FE9ST0VAL DIRErTOKY. ***************^^ * XOlfEY to LOAHI • > WW lend on household goods, V planof, organs, sewing ' ma- • * tJUmaa, dIamdniM and lewslrr.. 9 * J. W. COFFEY •f> lit Hortk 8trM t * *******i4'******* M « Boyal .Typewriter Agency , « S Controls" Exclusive Sale of the » S Boyal Standard Typewriter « a In Allen County * 3 £. H. Bnsaing, Agent W S Xorthrup Building lola, Kans. « S Typewriter Bepalrg and Supplies 9. Sr. C V. Boss m * DEIfTIST m * Room >'o. 1, Hortbmp Bldg. « S Extraction without pain by the C $ use of Nitrous Oxide Gas 'ft « Phone—Office 553:' Kes. 852. a WHY SOTI • « Have Tour Piano Tuned by an • * Experienced Tunor—One Llv- • % Ing In your home town. V T. 0. CAITATSEY • Piano Toner and Bepaber • Roberts Mosib Co. Phau 421 V » # S « e « 9 • » C S • • 9-S ». • « F. L. B. LEATELL. JL >. 9 SpecialUes— 9 Diseases of the Chast, 9 S.lseases of Children. • Ffcones— Office Wt BM. H 7. • 9 lOLA STATE BANK BUXi f^i 999999999 9.9 999e«« ! ************^****f BesI Estate and Uustock S AUCaOlTEEB i Satisfaction g )iaranteed .Wire«K ik. phone at my expense for dataa. % B.B.CLABK, ji Ystes Center Over Gen. Budc 'jt' *********J1f****** 1 • FRULIP HEIGELS 110% South St HABKESS ANB SADBELBY '4^ Geneni Bepairing, AU Kinds/* *************** •* « MOXEY TO LOA!r on all kinds of household goods or Jewelry—anytiilng of value. Bigriis Pawn Shop. East Slda Square. Office in Fruit Store. All transactions strictly cooH- * dentSal. * > *************** •• • • tjfet Sprlngm, Mrkm Round Trip Tickets. lola to Hot Springs, Ark., with return limit of three months from data of sale, with stop-over prtrilegea going and return on sale every, day in the year, for 818.60 The one way fart Is |U .«1 E. E. MUNGER. Phone 160. aobRMbiceni •Farmera Attentloti! High grad» J dlstinatft for sale. Telephone Tii lol*^-'- Walter McGInnis made a business or Humboldt Refinery, H. Hunger- • •,. ... '.^ . 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