Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 28, 1911 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, December 28, 1911
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FHE LOST eXME SATOKBUBG HOX BASKET BALL SCORE M TO 14. Plarers Complain Thut Treatment' Jtecelved Cansed Loose riu}> Ing—5ew8 Notes. IRA B.' FRANTZ BEGISTERED OPTOMETRIST Humboldt, Kaa. Moran, afternoon of Jan. 16 and all day the lYth. Lailarpe, Jan. ISth. and 19th. PLMNTiFF wiTHoeEW mm * ^^^SJJ-m'^^J^U^RFl^ ii -F.Tkalm M. a. oculist Mn. and Mrs. David Morrison are Drink Krtepy Coffee and bo * merry, for you-U be a long Ume * spending the day at the I. O. Morri**^5* .... ..... u ^ I so? home south of town. ilan wants but litUe here || ^„g^ Barker was the guest of * Mrs. \V. O. Le^h.^rt iu lola I.ict ev- THE REASON AX OFFICER ESCORTED CITIZEN HOME. The Funeral Sonlces for Mrs. Seals, -Ncns Notes and I'or.'^onals of «as CItj. below—except when It comes to.eating, and then he wants plenty of It, and the very best quality, too. Our castomers know that our groceries fill the bill In every particular, and that they are fresh, pure and wholesome. rARKHl'KST. ^ eniag. a' a, LaHarpe, Dec. 28.—The, City basket ball team met ^defeat Monday at the bands of the Savonburg tive. The score was 54 to H. But—thf way our boys were treated it is not surprls- iu^ that such a tscore rusulted. I^ llarpe. matched the game to be played in, some public hall Monday evening. Wfien they stepped from the tratii, the captain of the Savonburg team Infonned them that It they played the game it m\i8t take place innnedtatcly and b« played on an out-of-door court. Seeing there would he no game unless this was done, our boys stepped on the court, in their street clotlies and told the referee they wore ready. With hay scattered over the muddy court and in a drizzling rain the game proceeded. A private dance was given last ev- ' cning in the opera house for Mr. and Mrs. John Waason. Mr. and Mrs. Wasson leave shortly for Muncie, Indiana, where Mr. W-n.^son has employment with the Ball Brotliers. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holt entertained about twenty-five friends and relatives at Christmas dinner. The dining-room gave a holiday appearance with the decorations red and green and numerous strand.s of pop corn. Many beautiful presents were exchanged and a very pleasant day was reported. - Ray Patten arrived yesterday fr<»ni ColllnsvlUe and states that his fatli< r has sold his restaurant tliere and w Cored in Her Onn Home Town. Wichita Kas. Mrs. C. U Grounds, tells the wav for her fellow townsmen to be cured of their kidney and bladder ailments, as she was cured. "Some time ago I .suffered witli Kidney trouble. 1 had a severe pain In my back and side and when 1 laid down It seemed as if I could not straighten up. .Mother told me what good results my father was getting from Foley Kidney Pills .<;o I went to the drug store and cot some and commooced taking them I began to get better very soon, and now after taking two bottles the pain has left my back and side, and I am cured of all my kidney trouble." J. D. Mundls & Co. LEGALS. (First Published in the lola Dally Register Dec. 14, 1911} SIMMONS. The State of Kansas To: ' Kay Overmyer and Overniyer. first name unknown his wife; Frank Ovcniiyer and Overmyer first name unknown his wife; Leslie C. Overmyer and Overmyer, first name unknown, his wife; Knowlton Fisk, a minor; Arthur Fisk and Fisk, first name, unknown, his wife; Jessie Overmyer Sandy and Thos. -H. Sandy, her husband; said above- named being heirs at law of Jbhn B. Overmyer, deceased; Sarah Jane Overmyer Green and John Green, her husband; Bennett, first name unknown; Jennie Bennett Alice Bennett West and West, first name unknown her husband; Klsie Ben- 'netr, Bert.ha Bennett Jo.=ephlne Quinn .Smalo and Jerome Sraale her hus- nu Bo.a nib resuiuraut u.^-re a..u «• ; ^^^.j .Mice Quinn Detrick and August return here shortly. Mr. Patten «a I Detrick. her husband, and Mary Quinn doing a good business but 111 health , •.,„^ compelled him to leave, that country Miss Charlotte Mollerikopf is visiting her aunt in Moran this week. Mrs. James Clark and children are expected home from Pittsburg today. J. R. Wade arrived yesterday from Kansas City to put men to work building a fine new barn on bis place five miles north of town. Messrs. R. C. Fowler, G. W. Harding and W. L. . Metts, of LaMonte, Mo., will do the work. Rev. G. H. Clymer delivered his famous lecture "King Solomon's Temple" in Pleasanton last evening. The installation of officers preceded liis talk. Mrs. G. C. Parlasca went to Dexter. Has., yesterday to enjoy a two'weeks visit with her daughter. Charlie Kohlcr has gone to Kansas City, where he has work In the general repair shops of a large garage. 1 Mrs. R. L. L«gan of KIncald I H the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. llurrlH. Mr. .and Mrs. Ai Rowden of. loin will entertain MI SH Eva l ^Awronci- ol ttris place and her sister. Mrs. I.. Runyan, of Lawrence, al six o'clock dinner this evening. Mra. George Mickel of Fort Scgf. will be the guest of Mrs. E. II. Tobe> - this weeik. - Ad Brennan has returned from Kansas City. , Steve Quinby 6f Paola was a jileas- ant visitor here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trager of Bucklin. -after visiting here went to Vate^ Center yesterday to visit Sirs. Tra- gers parents. Miss Cora Fltxi)atricV accompanied them to visit the MIsset Green. MnL.'oiUe Minicb is visiting bei parenttln Liberal, Mo. . Mr. and Mrs. A. Mason took Christ mas dinner witb Brother Eo. Sylvester Gibson of Chanute anf' Miss Abby McGinnis of Joplin visitei Mr. anjl Mrs. J. W. Holt this week. . c; jV^and H. M. Smith of Denvei are rlsi ^ng their families east oi townL Mr.'';Biid.Mrs. W. H. Brownlee an the recipients of a number of usefu Cbristinas gifts from their cbildrei and sra^chBdren of Seattle, Wash. Un. JSert-UUrriay and children am Mr. and Mra. U. F. Murray left yes terda;^ for Pueblo to Join Mr. Murra; andJmiiketJIiieir home. Mtts-'Nadyne Baker, of Cotfey\-ille is viiltiBg Miss LuUe Barker. M K aad.Miy. W. J. Waters, return ed t^omt itoday a£t«i a .pleasant visi vit^r^ir^^es in Udlontown. MnJ^i^aU Z^i.of. Tatea Ceate. and lbs. JBddy Tfafijer.'o* -Wiplfeton '••'•^^-^.Ifrv J- C. Mer .Morris and Morris first name unknown her husband being heirs; at law of Mary Ellen Overmyer, Quinn. deceased; JIartha A .Overmyer Bailey and Jacob Bailey, her husband; Oliver Smith and Smith, first name unknown, his wife; Jack Ke.ster, a minor, heirs at law of Margaret Louise Overmyer Smith, deceased; Katherine E. Overmyer Searing and Henr.v .~ear- ing her husband; Josephine Overmyer Jlorry and Alex Morry, her husband and you and each of you will take notice that you have been sued as defendants by Evllno Overmyer by M. Kelcy Ross as her guardian as plaintiff in civil action No. 9571 in the District Court of Allen County. Kans^a.-;, and unless you and each of you appear and file your answer In said action on or before the 29th day of Janimry, 1912 the petition of plaintiff filed in saW action will be taken as true and Judgment and decree will lie rendered and entered theri'ln quieting plaintiffs title to in undivided twenty-threo-twenty- rourtlis '<2:;-24) Iniernst In and to Lot Throe (?,) and the .>4orth half of I/rt Two (2t fH Block Klglity-four (84) in •he Cliy of lola Allen County Kansas, tnd excludlnc and barring you and each of ynu from any claims, right, 'Itle, estate In or lien upon iaid real estate or any part thereof, \nd forever barring and ei|}61nlng .ou and each of you from semng up jr claiming any right, title, interest :;state in or to, claim upon o» lien igainst said undivided twenty-tiiree- •-wenty-fourths (23-24) interest in Or .0 said above-described real estate or icy part thereof and for costs. CiVMPBELL & GOSHORN Attorneys- for Plaintiff. .Attest: J.VO. W. BROWN, iSeaL) Clerk District Court. a2) -14-21-28 In Friday's Herald there appeared a story in which the editor referred to a "retired citizen," business man and an ofilcer. A part of it reads: "He was arrested, taken to a—bam south of town, and produced a quart bottle of Christmas whiskey, and was t 'T .iod loose, avoiding the arrest that should have been made. This may have been a good top story for some paper but it isn't worth while to waste space on it." He was arrested but released by the officer when the plaintiff withdrew his charges before Judge Weaver In Police Court. The officer then escorted the defendant home as n friend as it was true he needed a "cliaperon." Jlrs. Mable Kimbly of near Redileld is visiting her sister, .Mrs. W. R. Field er and family, this week. F. n. Wisi has rifurni'd (o Mnjil ton aftf-r siTiiding thf wei'k with Ills brother J. I^. West. Misses Menrle and Blanche I'lugh of Hronson will visit at the J. M. Plugh liome the latter part of this week and the llrst of next. Frank Lent of Broiison and Marshal West of Maplcton, after a pleasant stay with T. K. Osborne and family, returned yesterday »o their homes. Mrs J, M. I'luRh returned this week from Oklahoma where she vislfed her |)arents for the first time in 45 years. Vnu imapine what a pleasant visit she enjoyed. Tom Houston of Maplrton is visiting friends here. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Potter entertained about 25 friends and relatives at Christmas dinner at their home in Melrose. Frank riugh, of Glenco, Ok., is visit ing J. M. PluRh and family this week. He and Miss Bessie Plugh are visiting in Bronson today. . Clarence Forrester has returned to his work at Manhattan after a visir with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Forrester. George Seymour stated positively yesterday that he would make a try for the olPce of county clerk at the next election. C. J. and H. M. Smitl^conductors on the Rio Grande out of Denver, arrived last week for a visit with their families in Rose Hill. The funeral of Mrs. Seals, who died in Tola Tuesday was held yesterday morning. Interment was in the Cath olic cemetery north of town. Mrs. Seals was the mother of Mrs. J Smith of West Gas. Joe Coman of CoUinsville, who is visiting his family in Tola during the holidays was over yesterday shaking hands with old friends. J. C. Riley of Kentucky, who recently purchased the Adams propertj is unloading a car of household goodf today. Mrs. Riley is expected Saturday. Lon Mitchell of Moran. is visitlnp Mr. and .Mrs. Isaac Carl today. FOR SALE I juBt got in 25 head of moles, 10 head of horses, 10 mares— some of the marea with foal— ages run on horses nnil mtilea from 2 to 5 years. All la good flesli—most all broke single and double—^rigbt in from the country.' Anyone wanting to buy, sell or exchange, come and see me at once. lola Horse dnd Mole . 1 block, west Santa.Fe .* >. J. C Batcher Fhone 880 CALIFOBm LAOS. We are agents for dims Heights, fruit lands adjoining the city of Sacramenta. Free round trip to buyers. We are cole agents for this territory. CHARLES ft FOTTEB. loin, Kansas. WANTED—KISCELLANEOUiJ. WANTED—TWENTY LABORERS to load from the lola Portlantl Cement Co. scrap Iron in cars. Iiiquire at L. Krupp's Junk Yard; M. Stein- schnclder. '• WANTED—WALNUT LOGS. COOK and Wagman, care C. C. Luccocjt. WANTED FOR CUSTOMER-A private loan of JSOO on a new-eight room bouse on paved street, close in, east front. Want it for three years and anr willing to pay good Interest. The Peterson Land Co. FOR SALE—A CHOICE, WELL improved acre farm, 2% miles aoutlf and 2 miles east of Moran, known as the Wetberhold farm. See or address A. C. Kohler, Agent, Moran, Kas., Ro'ute 3. FOR SALE—SMALL FAR.M HOME. Address C. B. Chandler, lola. Kans. WANTED—WOOD TO SAW WITH buzz saw. Will guaranteed to do work quickly and satisfacftorily. Phone 46L • WANTED—CLEAJT TTHITE BAGS. Register office. WANTED—TO EXCHANGE PHO- nograph records. Also pbonagraph for typewriter, or will buy typewriter If price is right. Address C, Bc-x 204. lola, Kans. FOR SALE—GRAY MARE TEN years old; weight 1375; gray horse 8 years old; set good; harness; plow l^nd cultivator. C. R. Carmain, Gas Kansas. WANTED—GOOD UVELY BOY AT Spencer's. —A Des Moines man hart an attack of muscular rheumatism In bis shoulder. A friend advised biro to go to Hot Springs. That meant an expense ol $150.00 or more. He sought for n quicker and cheaper way to cure it and fourtd It In Chamhcrlain'.-; Liniment. Three days dftnr the first application of this liniment he was well For 80(0 by all dealers. fFIr^t Published in The lola Daily Register, Dec. 21. 1911.) Notice of Appointment, Executrix, itate of Kansas, Allen County, ss. In the Matter of the EsUte of Thomas Breckenrldge late of .Allen bounty, Kansas. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Notice is Hereby Given, That on the Uth day of December, A. D. 1911, the utderslgned was by the Probate Court it Allen County Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the Instate of Thomas Breckenridge, late )f Alien County, deceased. -All parses interested in said estate will take -Mtice and go\'em themselves accord- ,.ingly. . A\ MAGGIE J. BRECKENRIDGE,-/ I (tf)-21-2S-(l)-4 Executrix. PRAIRIE ROSE. Derpm1)rr 27.—Prairie Rose and Grant schools are enjoying a holiday vacation- Tlie teachers Miss Gardner and Miss Round.'are spending the tiiuc \'4lh home folks. r. Knapp and family were entered at the J. L. Brown home in Mourner Johnson who recently sold, hisiilace to Jlr. Young has purcha-sed" 80 acres of the Luther Edwards place jiist south of his mother's. He will move the house from the place he sold to the ona he bought Will Wood and family spent Christmas at Harve Baker's. Mrs. Wood's parents. Mr. and Mrs. ^aker returned with them and later left for Mississippi to make their home. Mrs. Cora Caldwell arrived Sunday morning from Oklahoma for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lam, and other relatives. Mrs. Jeanette Decker and son, Alfred, who have been \isiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Miller, went to Elsmore Sunday from which place they later left for their home neai Monzola Colo. Bbh Bacon and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ludlum were at the parental Bason home Christmas. J.. W. McFarland and family, J. A. .Mattock and family, R. L. Rogers and family spent Christmas at L. D. Mattock's. Mrs. Lena Miller and sister-ln-law. (H.!) HENS WANTED! ... We waatfiOOOJifiiu by the 3rd day of Januarjr to fill an order, and-wm vmr.T<fa 9 <f per poand ft»r all you will bring us. All other '1ilai »of iMiltt7%ABted also. ' Too faara beea.-Wftitlnr.lor a better price no you coald M\1—V>, >wUfl«tyo«floitoMdgettId worthless blrde S rs: Decker, were in lola Thursday id Friday visiting \Mr8. MiUer'e daughter Mrs. Grace CoUey and family. , . Ciarence Miller and cousin, Alfred Decker, visited their .uncle, Elmer Miller, and family, Thursday. . J. P. Rogers started, to La Harpe Monday morning and when neaur Qo\- den Valley church one of hia horses was Uken soddenly siok.. Dr. Hewitt was. called and the borae ; hrongl}t .home. It la K^ttlns tome fetter at present .--i.', W. K. Ford left Tlijirsday^ for Peo^ rla jliooUi |o apeul boltdajr* wttb Jjtto FOB SALE—HISCELLAlTEOnS. FOR SALE—TWO. 11000 MORT^ages, well secured by lola City prop irty. Party will allow a reasonable llscount. See lola Land Company, v FOR SALE—STOVE WOOD. TELfc- l)hone 1049. , TO TRADS. Good 80 acre farm In Coffey <ounty, ;loi.<» to good town five room hou^o unvly painted, good barn, f^lr or- •lianl, Kome fine creek bottoni land; /'> a' MS In cultivation balance In im.sturc. Mtg. $1700 at C per ci'*nt in- terost. Want good fair size residence property for equity. .';.•{ acres fine creek bottom land ad- :>jinlng town in Anderson coui^y. All In cultivation, very rich, blncl^ deep soli, no overflow. Fifty bushels of com per acre this year. Mtg.. |2U0O. Want residence property for equity. THE W. C. TEATS RE.ILTX; CO. Kress Bldg; FOR SALE—8 WEEKS OLD PIGS, fine stock and will sell reasonable. Inquire first house south Electric pow er house. K. Black. FOR SALE—FIN-B DINING TABLE and 6 chairs; 5 straight chairs, rockers, dresser commode. 3 beds, carpets rugs and other household furniture, at reduced prices. lola Land Company. FOR SALE—"APPLETON" TWO- hole sheller, like new. always kept under cover, for belt power; power required from 2^ h. p. gasoline, tip; fully mounted. Price |35 cash. Phone 1610. E. G. W'hltney, Moran.. Kans. FOB RENT—MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeeping; 217 W. Jackson. LAND FOB SALEJ I have for sale the cheapest 160 acres of grass land in Allen County. For a pasture It can't be beat—everlasting water—or it all can be niowiiS Close, to R. R. station. Part time. I also have 60 acres Improved land close to lola that I can sell at bargain. Terms reasonable. C 0. BOLLINGEB A DEPENDABLE ABSTBACT Is one which contains accurate information of all records relating to the property described therein. A complete and accurate Abstract is the badis of a good deed. There are no better Abstracts than those prepared by I^E PETEBSON ABSTBACT CO. Fhone 97 Old Court Honse Bldg. Fmrm aiM Ciiy KANSAS AITD OKLAHOMA Low Bate; Annnal or Seml-Annoal laferest—FrlTll^e to Fay In Full Bednced Bates en Fire Insurance! R.M.CunnmghaiTi Old; Court House Bid?. lola, Kas. FOR RENT—160 ACRE FAR.M. ( Cash rent *240 per year. Dan Whire La Harpe, Kas. ' FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHIJD front room in modern house, close to square. Piione 326. FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM COT- fagts -.m S. Buckeye. Call 306 S. Huckeye. Phono 881. LOST AND FOrxD. FOR RE.N'T—ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping or sleeping; 212 West .Madison. I.<OST—A CAMEO BROOCH PIN. Finder please leave at Register office. FOR SALE—FIVE WHITB OR- plngton pullets and onecockeill. Dr. Neusomc. Phone 824. MONKEY TO LOAN—WE HAVE A client who has 91800 private monejr to loan on Allen, county land. If you want this, come quick. The Peterson Abstract Co. Sunday and visited the parentll Bur- rls home until Monday afternot>n. Mr. Nolan and family to<* Christmas dinner at Finley Helm's In Bron- ion Sunday. Mr.s. Anna Ford and chlldrert and Mrs. Mabel Smith and children spent Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Mary Ford. WEST OF THE BITEB. December 27.— To all a Hapj>y New Year. ' : Elmer Peck brought his wife and laughter over from Woodson county Sunday. Mrs. Peck and the b«by are Uaylng a few days. Dewie pRck ac- 'ompanied Elmer home CbrlsUoas afternoon. C. P. Claric is going to pipe the vater from his stock well to the bam lot, which will make It muc^i more convenient. g Lewie Zink and family, ate Cbrist- mas/ Bamhart'e and re port a fine time. Fred and Mary Beaty. Grace Peck and Harry Flake Myrtle. Oaf, J. M. Free.and Sarah Preston. Mr. and Mrs. EMridge took dinner with Mr:^. Josie Jones Xaas. Mrs. Keithley thinks some of going back to work An the overall fkc- torr iriwnt the fijrat of. the y^ar. . . JoBle and Gljrde Headelttt^ came over from Ft Scott Tueaday after- Booa.tor a (etr days' vtalt with Grandpa Damon, We wlab Ifr., ,J«iuoa,i||sd ^Ut jk tone. happy jind .prdiparonaS oar- '^rUHl'Ufe.' ^-''•"' i.i-(^• ^'S- D.°M. Beahm's Sunday. J. M. Preston received a card from Elder J SI. Thompson^ of Indiana, saying he was in Wichita, but will like ly arrive here about the 12th of January. The time and place of his meetings'have not yet been arranged. Mrs. Beaty and the girls visited at Fred Beaty's Wednesday. Guy and Edna Beaty ate Christmas dinner with her mother, Mrs. Ling. Mrs. Daniels called on Mrs. Eldridge one afteriioon last week. Mr. Blakeleys ate Christmas dinner with relatives near Piqua. Will Preston writes that they have eicht inches cf snow at Stratton, CoL The Alien 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 ^est loan companies doing busl- neaa in Kansas, and solicit; a pbare of the loan business, and guarantee as cheap rates and quick service as can be bad anywhere. The Allen County Realty Co. B. L. Thompson, Mgr. 'OFFICES EVANS BLDQ. IOLA. THE BIGGEST BABGADT IN lOlA. A seven room, modem bouse with two-story baro and 75 feet front, cement walks, shade and fmit It so:d before January first, $1250.00; half C. L. WBITAXESL Phone m WESLEi; CHAPEL. December 27^—Notke; Dr. Chandler will.give a free lecture at the Wes ley Chapel church Friday night. December 29th, and on Sunday December 3l8t at th|ree o'clock the church will bededlcated. Everybody cordially inrited to tljese services. We were glad to,have eenrices In our <Aurcfa laat Sunclay. a vote of thanks was giren the RIs-^ Ing Star school board Sunday for their kindo^ In letting us have the use of the acbool house while ve irere without^ a home.' Jeasle and Emma'Daogfherty, Bdna Rogers'and BerUia' HUl are spending ihelr Taeatioi aft.honie. A Kobdir nn>U>en,of Wesle^r Chapel- itea atteiUled.the Cbriatmia exelrelsea at Barar^ Sa^^y night. - > v . MbntevafojMAbol had a Chriatnuu tnii^''Saoia OUo* aiia:« ipleiidid pro-' clses at Montevale Friday night We understand Clarence Isaac has rented the Stout farm for another year. Mr. Hlggins and family and Mr. and Mi^ Gill Ruxton spent Sunday at Mrs. Busley's near La Harpe where th^y had a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Smith ahd daughter Mae, took Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rogers. Mr. Chas. mil and family. Mrs. Read's Sunday School class presented her with a nice pair of cuff buttons for Christmas. $100 Reward. SIOO. •A» naam of ttti paper WSl Be pleaanl tQ kss Uwn IS at least oae dnado' almn Vol •OOOCT >baa>be«n abla to con la au t |K iuc« and xtaX k DMVTti. Bain Catanb Core- i> Uie aoij VoUUn cur* DOW kaoirii to the mnUeamtnoltr. Ckunt a (Metaauaat dlaean. icquUca a, eOBattto- iOLA R. R.TIME TABLES LT . k 8. F. BAiLWiy South Bound. . ; _ ' ' (fo. 201—Dallr Paaaensf».. l:9Spkaa No. SOa-DaSr X>assen«er........S:^ «. a% ,Na ZMr-Dafly (except Sunday^ Fnm- Ko. 3S—Daily"' (Mco^t' SaadayK JT'S^ Freight Arrive 12:01 p. m. ^^)•r part ............ 1:<NS p. Northbound. r " -Nfo. Z03—Dally Paasengw 3:98 p. 1^ .Vo. 204— Dally fasTCngerJ. Z-J»^m. Mo. 208— Dally (»cept Sunday) Bas»e»- - ger .; • No.216—Dally (except Sunday)- Way Fretsht. Arrive U:16 a. m. De-> part 12:01<p. m. MSSOUBlTACIFiC BACLWAT Fraighta—West Bound.' ' m—Local fdaUy ex. Sun) lv...i,k45 p. Oi. 451—Cblo." Ked Ban (dafly) Iv.:!K«8p. m. Preigbts^aat Bound.. 458—Red Ball (daily) ar.........l:10a.m, 4S3—Local (dafly ex. Sun) ar.....S:00 a. m. Pascehgera—\|regt Bound. • 407—Kansas CIty-Tatea Center KaO and Express (dany) Iv..; ...4:CT-p. n. 4(i»—St Jx>uU-W]cbIta UaU and Express j (dany> Iv..... ;....«:« a. m. Pasaen^rs—EASt Bound. " _J- ll»-St. Louis-Kansas City Mafl and BUe- press (dally) ar. 7:17 P. at 40S—St Xouis-Kansas aty Mali and^ Express (dally) ar....i 8:SS a. m. IL K. & T. BAIIWAT South Bound. •No. 571—Way Freight (daily eieepf Sunday^ 4:Se a. m. No. 76—Mixed (dally) 4:Mp.m. No. 7.v-Pas«enger (daily) ......18;1» p. m. No. 25—Flyer (dally) 6:M a, tn. North Bound. No. 24—^senger (dally) 1:K p. m. No. 7«-Mlxed (dally)^ .»:|0ft m.- •No. 57«-Way ?^lKht, (dally, exeftt Sunday)- • Ifsl» p. m. •671 and B78 wlU carry pasa«nc«rs. ,., MBROHAliTABLB A^STSACffk ETsry Abstract made In our office Is. guaranteed. ,to he, a. merohaat- able abitraot or money rafanlad IOLA ABSTBACT COMPANY Frank Wood. 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