Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 20, 1911 · Page 7
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FINK WAS A "HOT" SANTA CLAUS BUT FELIX GOT A CHILL AND SPOILED IT ALL. TJrTJ WAKTED—CLEA5 WHITE HAGS. WANTED—DAY CLERK. KELLEY Hotel. Do sot pboae. Call at office. \ DONATIONS WANTED FOR SAL- Tation Army tree Cbrislmas dinner and tree for'the worthy poor of our city. WANTED—TO nUY CALVES. Phone 91-22, G OB City. WANTED—TO TRADE LOT AND barn In KanoflrV. OWa., for two iiooU cowk or horse. Phone SIS. FOB SALE—HISCELLAITEOUS. FOR SALE—ONE SQUARE DIN- Ing table .-604 S. Buckeye. WOOD FOR SALE. J. R. CLL\E. Phone 997-12. FOR SALE—TWO |1000 MORT- Kages, well secured by lula City prop erty. Party will allow a r<>BBonable •liscount. Sec lolii I^nd Company. FOR SALE—A HOOD C YEAR OLD hortie; sound and gentle; will take I7S.00. Phono 104. FOR SALE—FULL BLOOD R. I. R. Cockerels .La Hnrpe phone 666. Jenkins. FOR SALE—A tlOOP COW .lUST fresh, with two-wceks-old bull calf at side. This cow is 12 years old and ?Jve.s lots of nillk. She will be sold at public auction on the street Satur- ilav. December 23. Phone 998-5. Wul- lls Ewini,', Huutc 2. FOR SALE—4 ROOM HOUSE $350, also .5 room house |4.~iU located on lots 17 and IS, block 13, Brooklyn Park Ave. lola, Kas. Address Thos.'Mc- Oannon, Humboldt Kas. FOR SALE—TEAM OF MULES. Pluino C.iis '.11-12. . S. L. Uemsberj;. WANTED—AT OXl'E, DISIIWASII- er. Krauae Cnf<', KOH THADK—A.V I.VPnOVED HO- lu-re farm. 4 ui\Ua from KO><I 1 town fur Iiiln renldi'npi> of 12,000 value. Phone r.::, or call 224 S. Chcatnut. . FOR SALE—PAWNED SUIT cises; bund bags; Just like new. IU KUS Pawn Shop East Side Square, In fruit store. First door south of Kress store. FOR SALE—TOLOUSE GEESE AT fl.nii each for Christmaa. J. R. Cllne, photti! 1197-12. FOR SALE—A GOOD 0 YEAR OLD hfirxo; sound and gentle. Will lake FOR SALE OR TRADE—A 21.'-.acre pasture, all fenced, Kood land, ailjolnliie a town of 7U0, In Uutlcr Co. Want small iilace bandy to K. C. for stock feedint;. Phone U3, or caU 224 .S. Clic-stnut. FOR SALE—ROOD PONY C YEARS iild. Vhas. L DKUU , 401 S. WasUingtou, La Ilarpe, Kjis. FOR SALE CHEAP—TWO LAD/BS small diamond rings; suitable for (Miristmas pri-.-^cnt. Any amount of Indh 'H' and Kent's wntchi-s, nearly iH'W, for li-.SN than hair price. IllKiia I'uwn Slinji East Side Square. Office In fruit store. FOR SALE—FIVE WHITE OR- plngton pullets and one cockertl. Dr. Nbusome. Phone 824. FOR SAU:—LAMB CARCASES OR halves, at 10c pound. Phone 99S-n. Wallii Ewlngr, R. 2. FOR SALE—NEW FLYING SIIUT- lle carpet loom. Mrs. Mary RensInK. 414 S. .Malcum, Chnnute, Kas. MISCELLANEOUS. AO E N TS KVERYWFlERR CAN make monry, spare time, distributing: Post C :ard8 advertising our Chewing (iiim. No canvaKsInR. Liberiil ternm. Yearly lontftiiit. Weekly Kcttlemcnts. Si'nil Ki'vi-n two-cent Htampn for sup-, ply Pojtt (.'nnlH, In.structlonx and Ccm- j tract. Hpciirmlnt Company. 1777 Ilroadway, iicpurtmcnt 178, New York. FOB BE5T— HISCELLAinSOUB. FOR RENT—ROOM IN KBaXEY Hotel building for barber shop. FOR RENT—FARM % MILE FROM town. Call Moran pbone 1814. FOR RENT—FARM 3 MILES EAST of Bayard, AIIen>- county, Kans.; 90 acres plow land, 32 acres timothy and clover; balance lots and pa.sture. Plenty of running w^ell and spring water. See or write to M. L. Decker, 211 N. Sycamore, lola, Kans. —Tho W. C. Teats Realty Co. hai moved to Kress building. Office roomi 22 to 24. -^•the Register Publlshlne Co. tunw out first class printing and licokbiad- Ing. A trial solicited. THE DlirS NEWS AT GAS GITT MAX WHO LEFT TE.\M AT FADUIS BAR\ ILALMED IT. The Gas ritjr vs. lola Injiiiirtiitii .Salt Postponed lutil J.iu. uary 3. One month ago today Charles Ral- lard was confined to his bed In Ijis Vegas, .New Mexico, with jmeiimonla fever. Word was received here ye.s- terday that he was able to sit up some, but was far from Iielow being ^ well. He is gradually improving but Terr slow. The doctor states It will be weeks before he is able to be out. Mrs. Susan Roberts and 3Ir.<;. Roy Roberta returned to Colony yesterday after a short visit wiUi .Mr. and Mrs. Guy Roberts. , —Home killed meats. Dressed hogs 84 per pound: fresh hams 11c per pound; fresh shoulders 10c ])er POtind; side pork 23-pound lots lOc per pound: home made lard that is guaranteed 12%c . per pound. Our -lola and LaHarpe customers must not forget that we pay your car fare on the 20th and 21st with orders.—Roberts Ballard. £ The gentleman who left the team in the Faddls barn Sunday, returned yesterday from ORfahooia and paid for the care of them and returned to his home fifteen miles northeast of here. We are glad to state that the story heading this column last evening, pertaining to what looked to be a . piece of trickery did not materialize. The Herald Is In receipt of a copy of the Garfield Booster telling of tho capture of Skinner, the second j^arty In the robbing and burning of Uie Hanna store In that city. Pete Slilnd- ler, the p»rty first captured, told of Skinner's Intentions mid by xo doing gave the officers a good clew to work on. He was captured in a little town near Dodge City. They are botli in jail awaiting trial which will not he held until the January term of court. IRA B. FRANTZ REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST Humboldt, Kai. Moran. afternoon of Dec. 19 and ull day the 20tb. Lallurpe Dec. SI and 22. DECLINES BXME LA IIAHPK WILL NOT rO.MK TO ELKCTKIC PA OK TO PLAY. .Mirj Kind-* Harry Eulianlis Not Guilty of Thifl rhurgid Against Jllm. Skinnvr i.-- the Alien iiuinty bciy who was n-ferrpd to in llii.s coliiiiin souio lew (laj.-! agn. —Buy your Christmas ri-ndiea of Carl & Hunter. Jx'.'iiern Lewnian wa.s i:r;;li!i' to work yo.<teriIay as a result u:' ••wflJ" hair in his right eye. He \\. • loin- pollpil lo consult an oculist lo hnvc it reniovj-d. .Mr ami Mr.s. ^V M. McKoan, of .Moran. are visiting Ihelr sun, Krtd Mc- Ki'an. and family. —When buying meat.s you want the best; you get the best at Carl & Hun- fer'.s. .Mi.-is Lena Olmsiead and George Pet erson, both of Mound Valley, wen; married yesterday in tlie jiroliatr court. They .stop])ed off liorc a few hours and vi.sited friends. School will close Friday afternoon for one week and one day. Tfie roll call will not b'e heard again until January 2nd. —A fine assortment of Christmas nuts at Carl & Hunters. ' The injunction ca.se of the city of' Gas vtr^uK the Inla Water Works,! ha.s been iin.>st|ioned until January 3rd. j Mr.s. Jdlin Sli-ele, of lola, visiltd lier sister Mrs. S. 1. Long, yesterday. -Mrs. ' Stei'lf will leave tomorrow for Col- ! llnsviUe t(i Jdin livr husband and make their homo. A number from here will attend the Uellaven-Uluck wedding in lola this evening. A iiiiiiibrr from hi^rc attended the dance In the M. W. A. hall last even- I Ing. nKLIrI O IS R KF 11 ESH M EMS. Sweet things that make life seem like "One grand sweet song" are love's vows, babies' kl.<;::e.s and plenty of our choice confbctions to help the good work along. A liille sweetener like our Chorolatps, those of soft, sweet, pure creamy interior and rich coating extciior. Pure and dellciousi ut all times and to think of them any time makes your mouth water. Xuts to Schools and Churches. Special Prices on Candy and PARKULBST. « FAXV COOKIES AXD $ CKACKEUS. 3f * There i~ always something new ^ In this lino—some one making a * new kind of Cracker or Cooky * all the time. Whatever Is new * you'll find at Parkhur.sl's Uri>* eery. Our cracker department IK nothing small. You'd be sur* prised to know how. many dlffer- il* ent kIndH we carry. Fancy and iif deliciouH crackers that gimidy melt In your mouth. Something dainty for tea, whist or luncheon. —Don't forget the Salvation Army , Free Dinner effort. PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public AurUon 1 mile south of Mildred, \i mile wp<«t and 1 mile Bortli of Bayard, fi miles north of Monin, on Friday. December 22. 1911 : Bejinnlng et 10 oVlock a. m., the following described property; o HEAD OF HORSES. Consisting of 1 7-year-old black mare, in foal; 1 team of bay horses, 4 and 5 years old; 1 team farm mares. TATTLE. 3good Qiilch cows, 1 will be fresh in Febniarj'. the other 2 in May. 91 HEAD OF noas. Consiatiog of 5 good brood sows; 6 head of ahoats. weighing from t(ij tn 109 lbs.; 20 bead of pigs, weighing from 30 to 40 lbs. FARM IMPLEMENTS. 1 Deerlng mower, i riding cultivator. 2 w«lklng cultivatorE, 1 end gate seeder, 2 walking iilows. 1 14-inch -and 1 IG-inch; 1 two-section harrow, 1 John Deere disc harrow, 1 single shove.'. 3 hay frame and wagon, 1 derrick ])ule, 1 bugv.v. •'> tons of prairie hay, in barn. 6 cords stove wood. HOrSEHOLD WOODS, ETC. 1 dining table. 1 bed and spring. 1 •lO-gallon barrel cider vinegar, 1 20- gallon molasses barrel, 3 water barrels. -2 dozen Rhode Island Red pullets, 1 dozen White Urahma pullets, and other articles too numerous to nieutlon. TEBXS OF SALE—All sums of tlO and under, cash in band. All sums over 110 a credit of 9 months will be given, purchaser glWng note with approved security, bearing e^r interest from date if paid when due. If not paid when due to draw lQ7t from dule of sale. 3'' discount for cash on credit sales. No property removed until settled for. Bankable note required. !:JgS ?&Vc £Sr' L.F.Myres, D.M. Flack , LUNCH ON GROUNDS. il! !{« « ^ •{> d> iL* <!• i{t Jli i{i «• 4i 3 T « rli Hi LA IIARPE. KaR., Dec. 20.—Ralph Stephenson, manager of the La Ilarpe foot ball team received another i)rop- ositlon from the Chanule Go-Iicvlls, offering to play the game Christmas day at the I.itctrlc park. For good rea sons Mr. Stephenson declined this offer. For the past three years La Harpe has gr-nf to Chanute for all the games ani! It Is no more than right rha-. they should come here next Mon day. When asked why they hesitated coming here, they said they had been told I-a Hari;e treated the visiting team unfairly. If ever a team left La Harpe not ])erfectly .satisfied with their treatment escluding the loss of the game they kept it to themselve.s or this report was never truthfully gotten out. MIsR -Vftta Hartzog will assist In the Smith dry goods store during the holiday ruEh. —Jiist received a fine Coffee display ra.'p containing that fine coffee "Nectar" brand. ' Harry Doekes, of south of Moran. j was in town trading yesterday. | —Call on W. S. Ford for low prices; on Jewelrj' before buying elsewhere." After a hot dlscusaloa the case of the state versus Harry Enbanks closed yesterday afternoon and was turn ed over to the Jury who went to their room at three o'clock." In forty-five minutes they returned with a verdict of "not guilty." Eubankjg was then disnifased by Judge Treadway. Ttie charges made against Eubanks are well known w the reader.'* of thi,'* column. Wliiu.an and Hair, who wore tried last week, claimed Eubanka was a niiitii fjietor in a harness and hay stealing (ontest .some time ago. Eu- bahk.s flaiiiied he was at home on the date siKike of by the boys and with tlio small evidence against him, the Jury could do nothing but say "not guilty." The I'hiliimalhean society of the high sellout will give a jirogram to- niiirrow aiiernoon. The Literati so- eii-iy will render their prograiu Friday. —What is nicer for a Christmas re- li)p|iil;r:inee than a nice picture? Will have (iiy giillery open for all kinds of work until atfer the holidays. H. L. Mullennix. Photographer.. The metiiher.s of the .Methodist churcli are requested to meet In the ciiurrh this evening as there Is Important business lo be transacted. Sunday school officers will be elected for tho new year, also trustees for the cliureh with other business fully as imjiorfant. The cottage prayer meetings held at the various homes of the Methodist church members are continuing this week. Considerable interest is being taken in these meetings. Miss Gertrude Sears went to Kansas City yesterday to visit until after Christmas. —Wn Just received another selection of il»use jiretty lockets and neck I lialas. They arc the very latest designs. Ask to see them. lAVaters & Danforth Drugs and Jewelry. ' A large number of farmers stopped off here yesterday on their- way to lola to pay taxes. All taxes must be paid by today. .Mrs. J. W. Holt returned yesterday from Joplln, where she has been visiting for the past two weeks. William lluber, after a three weeks' trip In Knox county. Illinois, and a portion of Iowa, returned home this weifk. .Mr. Huber had a pleasant time visiting old school mates but he says Kansas lookR awfully good to him. He was glnd to get back. .Mr. and Mr«. f!. H. Borln, of Relolt, will visit until after the holidays with .Mr. Uorln's parent.* .Mr. and Mrs. C. Ilorln. —All of ll'.c following niake nice present.s: OvercoaU, Suit.-?, Suit Cases, House SUpiJers Fancy Hosiery Fancy Vests, Ties, Suspenders, Hats, Caps and many others; at C W. Frledley's. Mrs. Fred Remington Is entertaining the N. S. club this afternoon. The case of C. K. .MlHs versus the Vaughn boys will be tried Friday before Judge Tredway. Jfr, .Mills Is suing for a breach o fcontract. Mrs. Walter McGInnJs has returned from Elrodado Springs, reporting her brother much Improved. The W. O. W. lodge put on initiatory work last night. ^ FREEJ—A nice 1912 caleijdar, at C. W. Frledley's. COME IN. . John Hart will visit his daughter In western Kansas, before rciturnlng to Woodward, Oklahoma. His Limit "I love you.'" he cried, throwing all re.'itralnt to the winds. "Op you really and trulj' love me?" shr. answered, still unyielding. "I swear f do!" "Mow much?" "Mow do I know how much? With all my heart and soul and strength and mind " "Walt. Couldn't you love me any more?" "Dearest, If I loved you'any more I don't think I could sUnd It." "Why not?" "I might want to marry yoii," —Cleveland Plain Dealer. A BELL FOR BASSEH GMPEL liELFKV I\ LITTLE CliriU'li WILL >0 LO.XOEK HE SILEXT. lifll Wax Itronglit lo Kansas From liidliinii and Has Keen iu Service for Mure Than Fifty Ycurs. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! I make a specialty of farm loans. If you are wanting a farm loan it win pay you to see me. Rates reasonable; Interest payable annual or semi-annual; privilege given to make partial payments or ail at any time. C. 0. nOLLINGEB loin, Kans. The belfry in the beautiful Presbyterian cbapel in Bassett will no longer remain silent on the Sabbath and on other days when religious services are to be held. A bell has been scr cured and was placed In iiositlon yesterday and is now ready to call the people to Sabbath school and all other meetings at the chapel. The bell has a long and interesting history. It was first used in the last fifties on a farm on the state roail two and a half miles below Greenwood Johnson County, Indiana, and [ twelve or thirteen mlle.s south of Indianapolis, and was first owned ^v a | Mr. John Ale.xander, grandfather nI .Mr. Isaac H. Jjemastera, now of lola. It was first used to call to men working In the ifelds by his grandmoLhcr who lived to the age of lui years and six months. Mr. Garrett C. Brewer, the present owner of the bell now living In Tonkawa, Oklahoma, says that he bought it at a public sale on the Alexander farm in 1S60. He used ii near Green wood, Indiana, for- about slxteea.| years. When Mr. Brewer moved to Kansas in 1S76. be stopped on the farm now owned by Mr. Wm. Davis, at Carlyle, and at once put the hell up and used It until he went Into the Indian service In Oklahoma In 1884. Me left the bell in Its place on the Davis farm, where it was used almo.it diilly for thrlty-four ypurs. Last year it was replaced by .Mr. F. J. Dudley now on the farm with his own bull. Now after a year's well earned rsst It is through the kindness of .Mr. and Mrs. Brewer, loaned to the trust'i-s of the Presbyterian church for use on the Chapel until called for by .Mr. or Mrs.' Brewer or some heir. From the time of Its first purchase It has been used by Presbyterians; and all those iising It were elders of the Presbyterian church; so that It is eminently apiiropriate that It should now be placed on a Presbyterian chajiel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Farmer and daughter, Helen, returned to their home in. Surlngfleld, Mo., this morning. They were called here to attend the funeral of Mr. Farmer's mother, Mrs. Mattle A. Farmer. THE BIGGEST BABGAO IN lOLA. A seven room, modern house with two-story barn and 75 feet front, cement walks, shade and fruit. IT sold before January first. $12u0.00; half cash. C. L. WniTAKER. Phone 18G. The Allen County Realty Co. Make a specialty of selling Allen County Farms. We also write Insurance of all kinds, collect rents, pay taxes for non-residents, and do a general real estate business. We represent three of the best loan companies doing busl-; nes8 In Kansas, and solicit i share of the loan business, and guarantee as cheap rates and quick service as can be had anywhere. The Allen County Realty Co. B. L, Thompson, Mgr. OFI-'TCES EVANS BLDQ. TOLA 1oiLAR.R.TIME TABLES JL T 1 * S. F. BAILWAT ' South Bound. i No. 201 —Dnily i'udHcnKvr I'M p. Nil. -Jdi:—iJiilly nui.ii!ii)ser 8:4t •. tn No. 2 (ii—Uully (except Hunday) Vaslam- lar 8:60 p. ml No.'.SJS—DnUy (except Suhdny) Way • Freight. Arrive 12:01 p. m. >. Depart 1:0S p. to. Nortli Bound. I Xo. 202—Dally PassenKvr.' .2:22 p. m> N'u. 204—Daily PnssenE^r 2:20 a. zn. No. 2Ug— Dally (except Sunday) Pataen- ger 0:10Sum. No. 211;—Dally (except Sunday) 'Way Freight. Arrive 11:13 a. m. Dispart 12:01 p. in. MISSOUBI T ACIFIC BAILWAT FralghtB—Wait Bounif. -191—1 .0001 (daily ex. Sun) lv.....l:4S p. m. ^31—Colo. Red BaU (dally) >v...8:38 p. n. Frelglita—East Bound, i <58—Red Ball (daily) nr. 1:I10 B.BI. 02— Local (daily ex. Sun) ar. 8:00 a. m. Pasaengera—^est Bound, i , 407—Kan.ios .Clty-Tates Center Kail and Express (dRib'> \v... 4:47 p. m. 40»—St. Ix>ula-M"lchltn MoU and Bxpreas (dally) Iv. 8:23 a..te. Pasaengera—East Bound. 410—St. Louls-Kannna City Man and Bk- press (daily) ar. 7:17 p. m. 408—St. Louia-Knnsas City Mall] and Kz- press (daily} ar 8:23 a. m. M. K. & T. BAILWAT South Bound. •No. 571—Way FrelEht, (dally except Sunday) 4: SSB . m. No. 75—Mixed (dally) .....4:»6!>.,«. N'o. 73—Pnssenper (dally) 12fl* pjm. No. 25—Flyer (dally) B:U aTn. North Bound. -Vo. 24—Paasoneer <'dally) 1:25 p. m. No. 7S—Mixed-Xdnlly) 2;30l».in. •No. n72—WayTi-rclght, (dally e^ceptl Sunday) 12:19 p. m. •671 and 672 Will carry passengers. ! HBBCHATTTABLE ABSTBA J CTB. Every Abstract made In our oCfle*, is gnat^nteed to be a tnerebut- able abstract or money reftmd «t< lOLA ABSTRACT COMPAMT, Frank Wood. Manag«r. - t Mom TO laint .« V WUI Unq on howtabli vMli, • BIBBOI. ormti. Midnc • i . VlSBpl, OTgui, Midai — + J; W< GORKI 9 * UtVozttBM 9 *: Boyal Tjpewriter Agenir . • ; « Controls Exclusive Sale of tha .9 •{> Boyal Standard Typemltar S In Allen County 9 ^ E. E. Bnssing, Agvat * * Northrup Building lola, Kana, • ' £ Typewriter Bepairs and Sapplfea 9- «S$ae$S£S«99«9S9&9 4; S £ $ S S £ £ 9 9 e 9 S 9 S 9 9 9 £ Pr. a X. Bnas ' 9 S DE5TIST 9' £ Boom "So. 1, 5orthmp BIdg. 9 £ Extraction without pain by the 9 £ use of Nitrous ()xide das 9 £ Phone—Office 653; Res. BSS. 9 !f££££££££9££££££S« FOR SALE I Just got In 25 head of mnles. 10 head of horses. 10 mares— some of the mares with foal— ages run ,oh horses and mules from 2 to 5 years. All In good flesh—most all broke single and double—right in from the country. Anyone wanting to buy, sell or exchange, come and see me at once. bla Horse and Hole Market 1 block west Santa Fe J. C. Botcher Fkone 8S0 A nKPKXD .VHLG ABSTRACT I': i.no which contains accurate Inrormatlon of all records relating to the property dn.iicrlbed therein. A complete and accuratu Abstract Is the basis of a good deed. There are no better Abstracts than those prepared by THE PETER-SOy IBSTBACT CO. Phone 07 Old Court Honse Bldg. * . .-S * Seal EaUte KB4 Lheatoek f * AUCTIOMEEB • f BaUafacUon guaranteed.Wlraisr * phone at my expense for 4«tM. f B. B. CLABX, # Tatei Center Oner Coil ^Mk A Farm anti Giiy Mjoana XAKSAS A](D OKLAUOXA [.oir Bate; Annnd or: Seni'l.Annn;iI Interest—Frhflege to Pay In Fnll' Bednced. Bates .OB FIr« Insnrancel R.M.Cunningham Old Conrt House Bldg. lola, lUs. CALIFOB.MA LAXDS. Wo are agents for Clirns Heights, fruit lands adjoining the city, of Sacraments. Free round trip to buyers. We are sola agents for this territory. CBABLES ft POTTEB. lola, Kansas. Good morning! Hare you used ChrlstuiaB Seals? £££££££££££9999999 £ WHY KOTI • £ Have Your Piano Tuned by as .9 £ Experienced Tuner—One Llv- 9 £ Ing In your home town. ^ Mr £ T. 0. CAKATSET .9 £ Piano Tuner and Bepaflrer 9 I £ Roberta Music Co. Phoao 411 £££££££££999999999 I £££S$£3£S9S9 ««9999 * . . " - 9' S F. I. B. LEATEIL, JL B. £ Specialties— e Diseases of tha Chaaf. « Diseases of Children.. £ Fhone»-^Offi«e 117; Bea. 147. ^ I lOLA STATE BANK BLDG- J ^££££££££999999 9 99 t % PHILLIP BEIOELl 4> no% South sti -, HABXESS A>-D SABBBUtT, I Qenenl Bepalring, AU Xladi * • . 0 MOXEY TO LOAS ••.0^..4 on all kinds of household gootfa.i^;:' 1 •> or Jewelry—anything of value, i^" ? ,!» BiguB.Pawn Shop. Eaat.'Slda Square. QlBce In Fruit Stars.. * All transactions strictly eonfl<r • ' ;« denUal. * • Round' Trip Tickets. lolia-ta. Hot Springs, Ark.; Mfh' rotoAi^ Ibnlt of three months £rom dat*^ of 8a}e. with BtoiH}Ver prWIlHIal^ going and return dd sale ciVei^^ day in the year, for . - ~5i'? The one way fare la E. E MUNCER, '^^ Phone m M> PKCL —Farmers Attentloni BJigli mats for sale. Telephoaa lUF ir Humboldt Beflnery,' M.'Bi lord. 304 Wesc 8tre«t

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