Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 26, 1911 · Page 7
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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTOR, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26, 1911. THE NEXT TIME I GIVE A CHRISTMAS DINNER, SAYS FELIX TO FINK, It WILL BE WHEN I OWN A RESTAURANT. rmK.THU tuo ppiuit tnx ' 1» AU TIK noMtf I HAVr IN Tlte WORLO. BUT II) QOMX BUYMX) A CMRISTHM omNER yriTtTED—nSCELLA5E0U8. WANTED—TWENTY LABORERS to load from the lola Portland Cement Co. scrap iron in cars. Inquire at U. Krupp's Junk Yard. M. Stein- schnelder. WANTED—WALNUT LOGS. COOK and Wugman, care C. C. Luccock. FOR SALE—MISCELLAKEOUS. FOR SALE—TWO »1000 MORT- gages, well secured by lola City prop erty. Party will allow a reasonable discount. See lola Land Company. FOR SALE—A GOOD 6 YEAR OLD horse; sound and gentle; will take $75.00. Plione 104. WANTED FOR CUSTOMER—A private loan of $SsUO on a new eiglit room house on ])aved street, close In, east front Want it for three years und am willing to pay good interest. The Peterson iMtiA Co. WA.NTED—WOOD TO RAW WITH buzz saw. Will guaranioed to do work quickly and satlsfnclortly. I'hone 461. WANTED—.\T.KRAUSK'S CAFE A single white woman us second cook that Is wiUini; tu advance. WANTED-CHEAP FAft.M TEAM. PhonellST. FOR SAIJ5—CIIE.AP • IP TAKEN at once household goodn and gas stoves; 320 S. Walnut. Plione ni2. FOR SALE—PAWNED SUIT cases; hand bags; just like new. Blgus rawn Shop East Side Square, in fruit store. First door south of Kress store. FOR SALE—GOOD PONY 6 YEARS old. Chas. Logan, 401 S. Washington, La Ilurpe, Kaa. FOR SALE—STOVE WOOD. TELE- phone-1049. FOR SALE—NEW FLYING SHUT- tle carpet loom. Mrs. Mary Renslng, I 414 S. Malcom, Chanute, Kas. FOR EXCHANGEJ—PINE IMPROV- ed 22 -acre tract adjoining good small town In Coffey county, Kansas, value J4500 cash. Win take close In residence in lola up to $2000 to $2500 and give time on'the balance. An ideal location for a shipper. What have you? lola Land Company. WOOD FOR SALE. Phone 097-12. J. R. CLINE. FOR SALE—A GOOD COW, .HIST fresli. with two weeks old bull calf at -sldf. This cow i» 12 years old and Kives lots of luilk. She will be .sold lit iiuUlic auction on the street Saturday. Dt'c. '>-.{. Phone yas -fi. WalllH Ewinit, it, 'Z. ROTARY inCYCLE HELL, ELEC- tric xtroke two incli, finely flni>ihcd po.stpaid 20c. Send inuno for li&t of bargains in bicycle and motorcycle suiii)lii>8. The lllcycle Exchange, Dept. 7, Kansas City, Mo. FOR SAI.£—LAMB CARCASES OR halves, at 10c pound. Phone 998-5. WalUs Ewlng, R. 2. FOR SALE—ONE TWO HOLE CUS- tom com shelter. Phone 1610. B. G. Whitney, Moran Kans. , FOR SALE—A GOOD COW JWST fresh, with two-weeks-old bull ca:tf at side. This cow Is 12 years old.and FOR SALF-—TOLOUSE GEESE AT $1.00 each for Christmas. J. R. CUne, phoue 907-12. TO TRADE. (;«iod so acre farm in Coffey connty, clo.-^e to good town £lv« room tfouse newly painted, good barn, fair orchard, .some fine creek bottom land; t;o acres in cultivation balanct^ In pasture. Mtg. $1700 at 6 per ceKt In- iiMi'st. Wiint £i)oA fair size residence pn)perty for equity, ' rr.i acres fine creek bottom tantt au- ojlning town in Anderson count^'. All in cultivation, very rich, black ^^decp soli, no overflow. Fifty bushela of corn iier acre this year. Mtg. ^2000. Want residence-property for equity. THE W. C. TK.4TS REALTY fO. Kress BIdg. ( FOR SALEJ-FIVE WHITE OR- Neusome. Phone 824. pington pulletsj and one cockeril. Dr. FOB BEXTr-MISCELLAinSOUS. FOR RENT-^FARM 3 MIUES EAST of Bayard, Allen county, Kans.; 90 acres plow land, 32 acres timothy and clover: balanice lots and pasture. Plenty of running well and spring water. See or write to M. L. Decker, 211 N. Sycamore. lola, Kans. FOR RE.NT—FURNISHED ROOMS for light hou.sekeeplng; 217 W. Jackson. FOR RENT—ICO ACRE FARM. Cash rent $240 iier year. Dan White Hari>e, Kaa. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY —Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 2oc. LOST AND FOUSD. LOST—FOUNTAIN PEN SOME- where between the square and Oak street, on East street or East Madison. Finder please leave at Register office. FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping or sleeping; 212 West .Madison. „i LOST—SATURDAY AFTERNOON, small green pocketbook contained bills and sliver; somewhere betwt-en hitch rack on north side of square and Dodge Tailoring establishmcnL Finder please return to Register and receive reward. FOUND —AUT0M0BHJ5 LAMP. Owner may have same by paying for thiH ad. Inquire 424 N. State street LOST—BOY'S BROWN OVERCOAT near Katy Station. Call 1417 orleave at Shannon's Hardware store.' MONEY TOLOAN—WE HAVE A client who has $1800 private money to loan' on Allen county land. If you want this, come quick. The Peterson Abstract Co. LAIIIIRPE'S MERRIEST DAY 3rERCH.4.>T.S PLE .4SED AMt S.l.MA K 01: M» EVERYBODY. Serernl Weddings Occurred on f hrlsf. mas Day—I'tTsonul Mention of Holiday Doings. LA HARPE. Dec. 26.—"How did Santa treat you?" is a familiar question today. It is mostly answered with a smile and a "better than I ex- I>ected." . The La Harpe dealers report a large sale of Christmas gifts which helps to account for so many being remembered. Onp of the dealers who carried a very extensive stock said that he expected his receipts to be at least $300 less than last year and to his great astonishment they exceeded last year something over $l60^ This shows the "buy at home" spirit which entourages the merchants and citizens to continue making a Harpe a pleasant and prosperous abode. Most of the items today tell of Cbrlstnias and its dinners —plainly showing every one had a merry Christmas and will look forward to a happy New Year. Mr. and Mrs. George Ruxton entertained the Morrison brothers and their families at a Christmas dinner yesterday. —Dressed hog 8»^ cents a pound. Inquire Harrj- Kesslnger. Phone 150. Miss Patience Cox and Mr. Roy H. Stevenson, both of this city were mar ried Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at th" bilde'd heme In I.Anyonville. Botii young peoji'.' are well known in Harps hav.'ns: lived here practically all their Wfe. They have the best lilsheB r! R Jarge host of friends. Thoy win make their >iome at the Stevenson farm north of town. —F. S. Halm M. D., Oculist. Miss Dollle Lacy and Mr. Le-slle Sprague were married Sunday afternoon at the bride's home north of town. Both are well known in their neigbbcrhood and liave many friends who extend heartiest congratulations. They will live north of Diamond neigh oorhood. —Call on W. S. Ford for low prices on Jewelry before buying elsewhere. J. 3. Shinskl and son. James, -of CoMinsvllle, are vlsltng home folks lhi.s week. The Odd FeUows met last evening and attended to regular business. Next Monday the lodge will hold a public insiailat'cn -ti their rooms over the Na-.ional Bunk. All members and their fami!'es and Rebekahs and their families are ursed to attend. After the installation a big banquet will be held. Mrs. Marie Parkhurst, of Shelbyville, Illinois will visit her son, J. H. Parkhurst and family indefinitely. Mrs. Dan Kiser, of Cowan, Kansas, is visiting her brother, P. L. Zents and family. Wii.'iam Vaughn and t&mily spent Chri&lraas wijh Mrs. Vaughn's parents Mr and Mrs. R. L. Frame, of 'iiea- Bayard. Miss Lena Waters ^'as a guest of Mr. and Mi». Al McCarley, of Tola, yesterday. Ad Brennan is visiting friends In Kansas City this week. Miss Slbyle and Anna Jones of Elsmore, are. spending the holiday? with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holt Will achroyer. after a pleasant stay IRA B. FRANTZ BEGISTERED OFTOMETHIST Humboldt. Kaa. Moran. afternoon of Dec. 19 and all day the 20th. Lallarpe Dec. 21 and 22. with Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Robt i;.?. returned today to his home in Tulsa Okla. Roy Perkins!, of Katy, Texas, is visiting his uncle, John Cox, for a few weeks. Mrs; W. H. Ricketts spent Christmas with her mother in Carlyle. —A fine assortment of Christmas nuts at Carl & Hunters. Mr .and Mrs. W. J. Waters visited relatives in Unlontown yesterday. Mrs. Oh'fest and Miss Esther Ruble are spending the week in Coffeyville and BartlesviUe. —When buying meats you want the best; you get the best at Carl & Hunter's. The Max.=on and Egle families took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John Laury in lola yesterday. The Christmas exercises at the Bap tist church last evening were highly appreciated by a large audience. .Mrs. R. W. Armstrong, of lola spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister. GiUlf Hmil HS tOU LOOK OL A Simple Remedy Brings Back ( the Natural Color—Dandruff Quickly Removed. Mrs. W. R. Dougherty. She left yesterday for Hi/lsboro Illinois, to join Mr. -\rnistrottg and make their home. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Sarver of lola, entertained the following La Harpe guests at dinner yesterday: Mr. and .Mrs. O. I). Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. .Malcom and Thomas Robertshaw. Clarence Minlch and family spent yesterday with his father south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Runyan, of Deerlng are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Epperson. A big dinner was given yesterday at the Epperson home for a large number of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Logan are moving to lola. They expect to leave soon for Florida. Dr. Joe Kirkpatrick, of Kansas City, visited his father over Christmas. I.«nnie Burton, of BartlesviUe, is visiting his sister Mrs. C. R. Minich during the holidays. Mrs. S. M. Danforth, of Thayer, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H. MacDonald, and other relatives. Mr .and Mrs. P. E. Twineham and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hanson, of Moran, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mollenkopf yesterday at dinner. Miss Agdai Peterson, of BartlesviUe will visit old La Harpe friends this week. The city basket ball team played the Savonburg team last night. Mrs. W. R. Dougherty visited relatives in Moran Saturday. Mrs. Bert Dowier and children, of BartlesviUe are visiting John Dowier and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swish er, of Moran, are also guests of the Dowier family this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. LaMay of Lone Elm, 8j>ent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. William Mils. Mrs. Bert Murray and children will leave the latter part of this week for Pueblo, Colo. ,to join Mr. Murray and make their borne. Mrs. J. O. Stansburg and children are spending the holidays in Deerlng. .Mrs. O. A. Cowden visited her father, C. S. Steele, in Unlontown Sunday. Mr. and Mrs .Leoni Runyan, of Law rence, are visiting Mrs. Runyan's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Gwin entertained relatives at a Christmas dinner yesterday. Miss Edith Barker daughter of MAN THROWN IN RE[ORT;PILE >ELSO\ VlXDERSLYCE FOUSD 1>' A.> r >('0 >SW«lS CO>DIT/ON. H. O. Adnras I'roperty Sold to a Man From Kentucky.—Rcm.sbcrgr; O'o ing Out to Oregon. "• How often one hi-ars tlie expr«>s<!ion. "She is pray ami bi'trinniiiR t" '""ii oM." j It i.s trill- that pray hair usually 'Ifnoics j Mrs. Anna Barker .of this city, and age aud is always assi.iiatv.l wii!i aju-.! Mrs. Bert Johnson, of Independence, Vi )U Dpvpr hear oiip r«T<Tr<il to as hav- ] were married yesterday at noon at iog pray hair ami looking you.i^-. ; the Barker home on South Harrison The hair is pi-norally tbt- iii«!t"x of . IR .-. | street. With the exception of eight, If your hair is pra.v, you tan't blaiin- (the guest list which numbered about your friends for reforring to you as Umk- 1 sixty-five, were relatives of the ing oi<l. You can't ritain a y<iutlifiil j bride. Rev. French of Yates Center, appoarnnce if you allow your hair l<> prow gra.v. Many porsons of niiiiiilc api> ji-opnrdizo thoir future pimiily 'ly alluwiiig the pray hair to lu-cotiw maiii- fi -st If your bair has lioconc fadfsl <ir zra.v, try W.veth's Sapf an.l i<uh>Uiir Hair lU-medy. a preparatioii v.-hii-h a (Chemist by the name of W .vi':!i i.V-. I.ioil a few yi-ars apo. It i.s siriiiil'-. im":- ponsjve and practicijl, aail v.-i:i lia:;i^h the gray hairs in a fow <l ::y!=. It is r.:> T puaraoti>cd to rcniovo dan-; ruff ciul ji:-.- mote thp pmwth of tl; • i::;;r. It is a plca.s.mt dri---i;;p fir iVo hair, and after usinp it a f -'v.- <I'.vs itfiiing and dryness of the sca!i> o .T .;rvly disappear. Don't iifploct your h:::r. ."^tart osinp Wyetb's Sn^e ani] Suljliizr t;)-!a.v, aa.i you will be surprlsL^i st the quWk results. This preparation i.i o.'.'orcil to thi- public at fif'.y <•;•!•;« ;i l,,.';:c. .in.] is recomou-ndtHl an'I s-ii 1 I'v ilrncpists. Special Agent—S. R. Burrell was the ofriciating clergyman. Both young people are well known here, Mr. Johnson for some time was conductor on the street car line. Their friends which are many, are extending heartiest congratulations and best wishes for a bright and prosperous futuie. They will leave shortly for Independence to make their.home. $100 Rewardf. SIOO. Vi» naOrtw of uib piper wlH «>* pieatnt to Inn- VbMX tbm U «t Irait oan dnwlfd aiH-AM mat •mnoc tiu been able to cure ta «U lu •twef. and tliti k OMuih. HaU's Catarrii Cun b the oolr i<m!Ur< cure uoW known to tbe medical tntttcltj-. Caiarr! btlnx a caauiluua.-ul dlsraw. requun a oonatlli: uoo&l treatment. ilaU*! C^lanii Cure b takes Is .lernaHy. artirnt dln-rtlr upon the blood and niacon MrfacM ol the ijnm, UinrtiT dmravlxK til- fgondaiinn or (he dlsnup, and firtns Ubs jallcc •tnoKth bf buiuilac up tlie caasUtutkMi and aicet urn nature h dutiic li.'- Aorb. 'Hie proprtptnn l-av ao nii-b taldi In Im rumiive poiroff that tiirr oBt One liumlrrd X><>iu.n fur .mr ilu>t II ialla t vtin. Srfut for iV-i or ti?.il..'unlaid Addn-M F. J. flirVIJV 4: tX'.. Volcac O- t$oiJ V I'M I'l' ^. ~:vjc C .i- i iaumy i'UM ::r <»n<tlpatk>k About 10 o'clock Sunday ^venlhg Marshal Foster caught a loose* horse in the south part of town. Ho was preparing to care for the anlma'l when Claud Oxinger same riding np and told him a man had been ki^iled or badly hurt on West First street. Mr. Foster secured his lantern aijd was directed to a culvert in the W« at part of town where he found NelsQ.n Van- derslyce in an unconscious condition. His face was badly cut by retdrts and he had received several bruiijes. It was not until several hours later that he regained consciousness. ^ When asked how the accident occurred, he could remember nothing about it. The horse's knees were muddy ^nd the assumption is that the animiiil fell throwing the rider Into the pile of retorts. Mr. Vanderslyce is able to be up today but will be kept fro^ work for some time. ' Word has been received htro telling of a large bam belonging to the Walcott Grocery company] being burned. A few days after )he lire when the ruins were being cleared away a human skeleton wa^ found. It is thought that a murder was committed and thB barn was burned to conceal the crime. Don Stncle and Lonnle Evans formerly of fjils city clerk for the Walcott people. Ben Myf'rs Is cantemplating»' Joining the Central lire department In Kansas City. ^ —Better leave your ord|Hror Cut Flowers for fhrlstmas, rs^naflnns. Roses and Narcissus at J. W. Prlin- mer's Green House. ^ J. C. Rlloy of Campbellvyie, Ky., has purchased the H. O. Adaijis property on North Taylor street. Mrs. Riley who Is at BurlingtonJ visiting a daughter is expected the letter part of the week. Mr. Adams \ftt this morning in a car for Rupert,: Idaho to make his home; John ICemsberg and family will leave shortly j;or that place and Afrs. Adams and f^lly will accompany them. fiti tht Original «nd fitmiina 'S MALTED MILK TlwFo^-Mdibr/Ullgii. ForInfeiils,Wa]kls,andCrowmgchildrab IVeNiitnboo,upbiiilclingthewholebod[y. Invigorates thenmang mother and tKeaged. Rfch milk, malted gram, m powder f onn. Farm anil Cliy Loams KAJTSiS AM) OELAHOXA Low Bate; Annual or Seml-Annnal - Interest—Privilege to Fay in Fall Bednced Bates on JPIre Insurance! R.MXunningham Old Court Honse Bldgr. lala, Kas. lOLA R.R.TIME TABLES 1. T. * S. F. BAItWAT South Bound. No. 201—Dally Fasienger 1:06 p. to. So. 2U3—Daily Passenger 2:43 a. to. No. 207—Dally <e.xcept Sunday) Passenger 8:50 p. ni. No. Z15—DaUy (except Sunday) Way Freight. Arrive 12:01 p. m. Depart 1:06 p. m. North Bound. No. 202—Dally Passenger 2:22 p. zn. No. 204—Dally PassenRer 2:20 a. nu. No. 208—Daily (except Sunday) Fassen- ger 6:30 a. m. No. 21G—Dally (except Sunday) Way Freight.. Arrl\-e 11:15 a. m. De • part : 12:01 p. m. : MISSOUBI PACIFIC BAILWAY Freights—West Bound. 191—Local (daily ex. Sun) Iv S:45 p. m. 151—Colo: Red Ball (dally) Iv.. .8:38 p. m. Freights—East Bound. 58—Red Ball (dally) ar. 1:10 a. m. 192—Local (dally ex. Sun) ar 8:00 a. m. Passengers—West Bound. 107—Kansas Clty-Yates Center Mall and Express (dally) Iv. 4:47.p. tn. 109—St. Louls-Wichlta MnU and Expreaa (dally) Iv.. 8:«3 a. m. Passengers—East Bound. tlO—St. Louls-Kan.xas City Mall and ESt- prea.1 (dally) ar. 7:17 p. m. 108—St> Louls-Kanaaa City Mall and Express (daily) ar. 8:33 a. m. IL K. & T. BAHWAT South Bound. •No. STl—Way Freight. (daHy neept Sunday) 4:30 a. m.. No. Tiv-Mixed (dally) 4:4Sp.m. No. 73—PassenKer (daily) 12:19 p. m. .Vo. 35—Flyer (dally) 5;S0a.air North Bound. - « .No. 24—Pn.ssenKer (dally) l:2Sp>A!T No. 76—Mixed (dally) 2:30p.'ffi •No. 572—Way Freight, (dally except Snndayl 12:19 p. m. •571 and 572 will carry passengers. MEBCHANTABLE ABSTBiCTS. Every Abstract made In our offlc^'^ Is guaranteed to be a znerohant*. "9 able abttract or money refunded - lOLA ABSTRACT COMPANY. Frank Wood. Hanaffsr. 'v > PBOFKRRIOIfAL niKErTOBT. * HOHEI TO LOAiri ff > . mil lend on houaehold goadt, > yiaaot, organi,. aawlng nm- • *> aklaM, diamonds and Jawalxjb I + J. W. GOFFET « U« Vortk gfteef « $ ts $ $ $ IS $ s $ s s % s « a « fl 35 fiojal Typewriter Agency 9 $ Controls Exclusive Sale of tha 9 •3 Bojal Standard TypeTrrlter « $ In Allen County • 9 "5 E. H. Bussing, Agent * •fc Northrup Building lola, Kan* «. Si Typewriter Bepairs and SnppUes 3 A qnick hmcb prepared in a mumte. TakeDOsaUtibite. AikforHORLICK'S. Hoi /If Any MUk Trust yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Thoi;:as Goes. W. D. Cope of BartlesviUe is spend ing the holidays with his family. Our Central, Mrs. Lottie Kinman received a $5 gold piece from the Prime VV^estern as a Christmas gift to show their appreciation of prompt service. Mrs. Kinman wishes to express her appreciation. Regardless of the inclement weather a large number beard the "program given by the Methodist Sunday school at the church last evening. All present agreed that this was the best program yet given in the local church Lester Lewman Klora Livingston and Miss Ida Kinman attended the Barker—Johnson wedding in LaHarpe yesterday, i —it you need a good stove or range buy it now. Our sale lasts until Sat> urday night, December 23rd.—Brngg & Dlldlne, Humboldt. Kas. Mr. and,Mrs. F. W. Frevcrt sprnt Christmas with his parents in Yates Center. Messrs (jarl & Hunter, Otis Pitts. Frank Lupardus and two sons spent ypBterdav alterncon hunting. Mrs. N. S. Perry has returned from Chanute where she visited her brother. Gordon and Howard Welch who are attending K. U. are here for a holiday visit wtlh \ hteir parent's. O. L. Culllson of Grldley and R. M. Cnllison of lola, spent Sunday with their parents. Rev. and Mrs. R. M. Culllson. I The Allen County Realty Co. Make a specialty of selling Allen County Farms. We aiso 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 business in Kansas, and solicit a 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, Hgr. OFFICES EVANS BLDO. lOLA THE BIGGEST BABGAIN IN lOLA. A seven room, modern home with two-story bam and 75 feet front, cement walks, sbado and fruit It sold before January first. fl250.00; half cash. n-.rfj-X C. L. WHITARER. Phone 18C. Mr. an^ Mrs. .T. C. Johnson of l.a- MIss" "Mildred "whitebread'and Mr.fHarpe, -Agda and Dettlow Peterson, Clyde Stark were married; Sunday. They Will reside in this cl^. Their miiny friends are offering ;Congratu- latlons. J. A. Hugglns of Tola visited his daughter Mrs. George Post-here yesterday. ' Mrs. C. A. Trimble after ji pleasant visit with her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. J. G. Forrester, returned jo Bayard yesterday. : —All gas hills not paid b|t 6 o'clock p. m. December 27, gas wilLbe cut off. —The Deming Investment tjo Mrs. Lottie Kinman ente>>talned the following guests at dinner^Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Mooye. Mr. and Mrs. William Livingston f^d family, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Arbgckle and family, Mr. and Bfrs. A. Kinman, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Arnett, V>f lola and Miss Sarah Yockle of BnrtieBviil? C. Coble and family find Harry Hodge of Humboldt and &tr. and Mrs. ] Ben Shucklett-o( this place spent of BartlesviUe, Mr. and Mrs. John Bockoverjand Miss Dixie Wade of this place were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Foster at dinner yesterday. Mrs. Elmer Daily and J. W. Blssltt of lola were married Sunday. They have the [best wishes of a large nun^- ber of Gjas City friends. i r JAn Aiarm at A'lgbt —That strikes terror to the entire bouseholjd is the loud, hoarse and' me> tallic cojagh or cronp. No mistaking It. and fjortunate then the lucky parents who keep Foley's Honey and Tar Compound on hand. H. W. Casselman. Cuiton. N. Y. says: "It is worth Its weig It In gold. Our little children are trot bled with croup and hoarse- neaa. an 1 all we give them is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. I alwayfc have a bottle of it in the bouse." J. Hi MundisACa Beglster Want Ads Get the Bb. Water Elephants In Africa. The sdentlfio world Is still discus* aing the reported discovery of a new mammal la the Congo state, a mvca- raal known to the natlTes as the "water elephant." H. Le Petit ot the Paris Museum of Na£nral History recently reported that he saw five of these animals phmglng Into the wa* ter on the northern shore of Lake Leopold the Second. He stated that they appeared to hare shorter bddies. smaller ears, and relatlrely longer ^necks than ordinary elephants, and apparently were not possessed of trunks. He estimated their height at about six feet It has been pointed out that the description of the water: elephant accords almost exactly with I Dr. Andrews' restoration of the, palaeomastodon. a creature wUchi dwelt m the Vayouxa In the lower tes- Vacry age— Br. C V. BnsB 9 DENTIST a Boom No. 1, Northmp Bid?. 9 Extraction without pain by the * use of Nitrous Oxide Gas • Phone—Office 553; Res. 852. 9 •ii'Se999999i99 ^99m999m' . 35 WHY, NOT I -ff^ ® Have Your Piano Ttined by aa V « Experienced Tuner—One lit- • * ing In your home town. * « T. 0. CANAT8ET m . « Hano Tnaer and Bepalrer * g 35 Roberts Music Co. Phome 4X1 S&SL&9m99i9999999999'^ S e S £ S £ 3 S S 3 9 S 9 « • F. I.. B. lEATELI, 9. ». • ' £ SpecialUes— • " 9 Diseases of the Cbcsl. • < 3 Diseases of Children. a Pbones—Office 147 j Bes. M7. a lOLA STATE BANK BLDQ, .4 * B««l Estate and Ihestodk * ^. AUGTION££B * Satisfaction guaranteed.Wirs or * phone at my expense for dates, -i' B. B. CLABK, * rates Center Orer Com. Buk • III It. FEIU.IF BEIGEIJE 110% South.St HABNESS AND SADDELBf ^ General Bepairing, All Kinds . • MONEY TO L0.4N • on all kinds of household goods ^ or Jewelry—anything of value. Blgus Pawn Shop. East Side Square. Office in Fruit Store. • * All transactions strictly confl- •. * 'denUal. • * A Goods and Goods. At the approach of the angel with the flaming sword Adam bent upon Eve a glance of profoimd consterna- Uon.. "W« are caught" ho -exclaimed "with the goods on!" "Not dry goods, at all eventB!" gig- gjed the first mother, nenronaly, as with a conactousness that It "Was too la^ for a bon mot, however ctever, (o saTe the situation.—Pnct. / Hci Sprlagm, Ark, Round Trip Tickets, lola to 'Hot Springs, Ark., with return limit of three months from date of sale, with stop-over privileges going and retiirn on sale erdry day in the year, for $18.60 The one way fore Is ^^.fiC E. E. MUNGER. Phone 160. Ho. PM. Agvak ^Farmers Attention! High grads > distillate for sale. Telephone 'HS. Johk ' or Humboldt- Refinery; M. Hong^ - lord, 304 West streflt,

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