Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 30, 1911 · Page 4
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, December 30, 1911
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V. r THE lOLA DAILY.REGISTER, SATURDArY EVENING, DECEMBER 80,1911. Holldar ronifart He dons hts Christmas sHppors, a , present from Iris wife; Aod CUU 1^.gift book's pages with a OliristmBs paper kiilfo. A ChrlttmttR match hn Ruthcrs from out a (^hrlstmas Jar And doth prpparo to liglit with care B iioliday clgnr. He deftly flips thr nshes Into a Christ ntas urn; Ho would not soil his Chrlstmns tli- or his new Jacket burn. He sits with Iteen enjoyment amid bis Christmas things. Oh. quite a lot of joys. I wot. the Yule -tfde season brings. Mrs. .Tames Aus. who hap been visiting wjth her mother, Mrs. J. O. Os- boriie left this morning for her home in Springfield. • • • Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Price enter- tainted the members of the Offlcia! Board of the First Methodist church and their families last evening at the parB6nag,e. About thirty-five were present, and ft'.very pleasant evening wa? ,apeht,with games and music. MlsB Berntce Root singing several pleasing' solos. Just before the departure of their guests Mr. and Mrs. Price were Very agreeably surprised when presented v:iih a handsome set of dining room chairs. -> •> •> Miss "Edith McCurdy, of I^ebanon Penhsylvanta, Is the guest of Misr, I-dls Bennett. •> •> •> —Dr. TTlrti Osteopalli, Tel 487, 3S$. « * ' Rev. W; H. Shultz and famib; spptii a delightful day Prid.-.v, visifing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Newman Crowrell south of Gas City. • •:• * Word has been received hore of rhr mnrrla^. Thanksgiving eve of Miss Floy Sherman to Mr. I.yman f.emon. at Bartlesville. Mr. and Mra. Lemon are both well known here. Mrs. Lemon having been a stenogrnpher at the Kansas Portland. Sirs. I^mon made her ^.ome whilf- here with hrr sistfr. Mrs. Hlrhard Creed. .Mr. Lemon is now general raauagiT of a parage nt BartJcsvJlle. + + * <-l>B, 0. L. COX, Oenllfl. + + + Mr. and Mrs. F. A. \Vtign<T and fani- lly -wont to Yates Center this evening to attend the golden wedding anniversary New Year's day of Mrs Wajmer's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. M Parlrsh. • * Mrs. H. Tholen entertains at family diooer tomorrow. . • « « Miss Maude Minrow leave? Tii^s-1 day for Emporia after spending her vacation with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mitchell. • * + Miss Myra Hull of .Marysville. Mo., who is teaching school in Balckow. Mo. arrived in lola Friday afternoon and i% spending a few davs visiiing the family of Rev. \V. H. Shultz. who are her cousins. , * * * Mrs. C. F. Johnson entertained her class of j-oung men of Trinity Sunday School last evening at the parsonage. A very pleasant evening was passed with games, music and refreshments. The last feature, was a Round Robin story told while seated You will want to give for a NEW YEAR REMEMSRANCS A Box of that Fine Candy from BURRElL 'Sn Th6 Bexall Store West Side of the Square Howard, Mrs. M. E. Nbrthnip,- Miss Mary Northrup, Miss Liilian Xorthruj Messrs Loraine .Northrup, Albert Heath, of Chicago, Lewis Northrup Roswell and LaVerne Northrup. • •> * —Dr. Lnrj-. X. UBU, Osteopath, Telephone 1^ and 661. • •> * ' Mrs. J. AV. McClure expects hei mother Mrs. M. K. Inncs of -Ncoshv Falls this afternoon to visit with he. until aflrr New Year's. • • • The Rev. and Mrs. Carl \V. .Nat will keep open house according tc thoir custom during previous year: at the reetcry 207 N. Walnut siroe on New Year's day from 2:30 to 5:3' p. m. No formal Invitations hav^ been extended but all friends an> parishioners arc cordially invited. Mrs. James Reid and Miss R^tl Horton entertiln the members o' their sewing clubs and other friends at ;ho home of Miss Horton this evci ing. • \ Tlie orgnnlzatlon of the Christlai church chorus was completed at choir rehearsal last evening. Var loU8 cidieers and conimitleea werf eleeled and appointed whose dutie.' will lie to simplify and make mon efllcleni the work of the choir. Re» Mooniaw IK iiresldenl. Miss Hello Me t'1enei |)aii secretary, Mr. llrotherto) librarian Mm. A. W. I^nhart, chair man of the floral committee ,Mls Myrtle ICastwood. of l!ie entertain ment enmmltte«%, and .Mrs. H. A. Sny ; der of the social commttlee, • • + Mr. Fimil Overall is spending hi vacation with his mother, Mrs. Id Parr!.=h. • *' • Mr. Ha«tung of 'Bethany Collegf who has been a guest at the W. Root '.lome returned to Lindsborg thi morning. •> •:• •:• Mrs. E. C. Remsberg entertained he Sunday sehool class, the Little Hel]. ers .vesterday .iflenioon. A merry af ternoon was spent with games. Llgh refreshments were BerV "d to Misse; Constance Allen, .Tennie Allen. Mar? Faust. Monte Thompson, Blanch' Remsberg. Let tie Me'calf. Rosa VIp ler, Ruth McAlister. Tressa Vigle and Linda Black. Mrs. L. L. Northrup will be host i ess to the Thursday Whist club Thur. in a circle around a huge pan of pm*- j day afternoon of next week, com. I * * * •>-:- -J- I Mrs. M. L. Bl.nck has returned t. Mrs. Frank Travis was bostess to | hor home in Lyndon. Kansas, after : the members of the Five Hundred , visit at Pryor Creek. Okla.. and wit' card club last evening. V * • —Vr. BeMIUrn. Phoaes «2 and 2S2. * + * Mrs. M. E. Northrup entertained at family dinner Thursday her ehildrer and grandchildren. IJinner was served at one o'clock at a handsomel> decorated table, the center piece being an immense basket of fruit artistically arranged. Plates were laU" for Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Northrup. Mr and Mrs. F. A. Northrup. Mr. and Mrs L. L. Northrup, Mr. and .Mrs. H. H DiiQ't Negled YoiirEyes The prudent jierson dues not wait until hi sor her vision becomes PEKCEi»TIBLV wealvn- ed before attending to it. Set some people will persist in be*- lleving their eyes to l.e the ex- i ceptioD to the rule, and that .•; they will never be obliged to twear glassea. Dont take any I chimces with your eyes. Come - to us and we will give them a t thorough examination and ad- i^viae you as to their condition. [•.We make no charge for this. • Our prices for glasses are-moderate—as low as |1.00. •ler son W. K. Black, of lola. •:• V • The various committers having i eharge the arrangements for the Elk- ball to take place New Year's nigl' have completed their work. It goe without .aa .ving that nothing has beei 'eft undone even to the minutest de tail, to make this the best ball in th history of the local lodge of Elk? The program is an eLiboi-ate one ar 'anged to avoid any eonfusion withoii -'liminuting an.v of the danees. Mem hers of the order who have not re celvjKl an Invitation through any ov -rBiglit whether they are member- here or elsewliere. the commitfc' asks that I hey will parilon the oversight and <;onsider themselves invited, also members who have frlendr 'hat li!He been overlooked extend thein the Invliatlon to be present. As the proKramme IK a loiig one nnd evry number an ejccellenf one and ic ^avold any misunderstanding the 'Grand .March will begin iirompfly at 9 o'clock. Luneheon will be served as Indicated on the programme. Roberts' orchestra of eleven places will furnish the music which this year will b? on nn elaborate scale. In past years the Elks' ball has always been the social feature—the crowd making It so. Genial jolly, and mer- rv it IR safe to predict that the Elks Ball of I'Jll-U' will be a brilliant success. Miss Elliabeth Apt. and Mr. Fred Apt entertained at their home 222 South Oak last night for their house guests Miss Caroline K. Williains of Andersonville, Ind.. Miss Marion Sapp and Miss Hazel Sanders of Galena and Mr. Bliss Darnell of Kansas City. The evening was spent by about twen ty-flve couples dancing on the third floor of the Apt home. Supper waa served in the elegantly decorated piping; room wjtb white roaee as fa- r ;—-^n • vora. ^ The" Newhoufe~ orchestra of i.awreace faraisb^' the mualc. . * • • A Mrs. A. L. Fulton of Kansas City has returned home after a visit wit Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Pulton of East Jackson. , * * • lola friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Benton, of Fort Scott, will be Interested In- knowing that their oldest son. Dean Scott llciiton was married at one o'clock this afternoon to Miss Ruth Janet Flow-:.r, at the home of thre bride's mother, Mrs. Janet E. Flower, 6485 Kimbark Avenue, Chicago. • •> • The Christian Endeavor society of the Reformed church was entertained last night at the home of Mr. and ^Irs.' E. C. Remsherg. A. very pleas apt evening was passed with games, guessing contests and music. Refresh inents were served at a late hour. • '> <• Mrs. George Carey and liille iions George, and Robert of Stratlon. Colo, leave fn the morning after a short vis It with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lester. + * + .Miss Mary .Northrup, Miss Jos< phinc Riddle, Mrs. James T. Keid am MrB. H. 11. Howard will keep opei house New Year's day at the Howard home. > + * + The members of Uie N. T. T. clul will entertain their husbands Mondn.^ eVening nt the home of .Mrs. H. H Sherman. SOS .North street. <' <' <f Mr. Faris Frasor Is expected to ar rive from Newton today, where h< has been visiting with his brother, Samuel Frascr. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Eakin. of Wei fornler residents of lola will be hen for :i New Year's visit with olt friends. 1VIIK> HEK H.VCK ACHES. A Wonuin Kind .VII Her Energy nni .\niliition Slipping Away. lola women know how the ache md pains that come when the ktdneyt ;ail make life a burden. Backache 'lip pains, headaches, dizzy spells dh re&slii,r urinar ytroubles. all tell o! ?ick kidneys and warn you of th' stealthy approach of dropsy or Bright disease. Doan's Kidney Pills are fo the kidneys only. They attack kid ney diseases by striking at the causf Here's proof of it in an lola woman' •.vords: Mrs. Julia Grey, 310 S. Fourth St. lola. Kans., says: "My kidneys, wen disordered and caused my l^ck t* ache a great deal. When Doan's Kic aey Pills were brought to my atten tion, I used them and they, gave n< immef'iate relief. Another member o my family was afflicted in a simlla way but on taking Doan's Kldne: .''ills <vas cured. I take pleasure ii ^ivin^f this remedy my endorsement. For tals by all dealers. Price 50c •i'oster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, .N. Y nle agents for the United States. Remember the name—Hoan'H—an> ake no other. r. 0. FINn.S SA.MA'.S ADDUESS All Lellirx AildreNHPd to .Sunla CIiiu Will be Duly Delivered. It Is announced In the Decembe number of the Postal Guide, whic lias been received at the postofflc 'hat all letters and packages recelv d between December Ifi and Januar 1, Inclusive, addressed to "Sant; Glaus" will be duly delivered. Here oforc, although even Christmas pad iges so addressed are received, n- satisfactory provision has been mad for their disposal, and tj^e postofiic has been up against a problem. Tb lew ruling will satisfactorily settl he matter. Says the Postal Guid" "Postmasters are authorized to d< 'iver all letters arriving at .their rf spective postofllces between Decern ber 16. 1911 and January 1, 1912, in •luslve which are addressed plain y and unmistakably to 'Santa Claus without any other terms or expret ;ion3 identifying the person for whoi •iich letters are intended, to responsf ble institutions or individuals in th own or city or address, who may d' ?irc to use them exclusively to phil ntliropic purposes. In tlie event th." these letters are requested by mor han one institution or individiial, th fostmaster shall distribute^them ii such proportion as he may deem pro $100 Rewara. SIOO. ite nwim o'. ana'piver vlll tr phwd to In- Jsat U>«c a m KM OHO drmled aUMw Hut torn- lu oraa akie to cim la aO lt« fvuum. uid Uiat 'AtvTti. HallVi OktarrO Cure k Ifie onlf potni ure now known to tin mrdloU Irmlrnltr. C*t«i ctu & coniuiuuoiial lUarmao. roquli« s cocku- .01141 trcatmftit. ii-^3'a Oiarr."; ftre b Wita -rmlty. artJni dtiTftr «l>on Uir hftn end lonei irfarel ot the «y^trn-., ttx^rrOjr fliMtroytu.; rcntth b» !>i:*f;n-: fti ro-.ftliutl 'in a*Hj :i>- r nuiu-c I 'l «. !lr,i: Ur 1>.- I .rruirH-tfiP, .; tiii-ii i..;."! It ii.< (TTT .v rr< fh^t lll-V <J : .. j -.t' I. r . iRat -i iaib Mr. and Mrs. Bert Slarks of .New kirk. f)kla.. who have been here for : holiday visit with his parents. Mr and .Mrs. W. E. Slarks will n-turn t. their home Monday. Mr. Bird, of the country seven mile; northeast of lola. is reported to b' dangerously III with pneumonia. WE WISH EVERY ONE A PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR Barclay - Sbields Company "THE HbimiB OP QDALiTT," The Fonriird Xorement raraiHiIgn nifi Week of Vruyer at Hand, i--. The coming week is the' week of prayer throughout the land but, ow- .lUg to the fact that the. Men and Religion Forward Movement Eight Day Campaign will come the followiug week, only two special meetings w]ll Ije held during .^the Week of Prayur. These meetings will be as follow.^: Thursday evening at the Christian church, and'•Friday evening at the Reformed • church. The whole city should attend these union prayer meetings. A union watch meeting will be held In the First Presbyterian church nijxt Sunday evoning, following the regu^r .services In the several churches. ^^ program has been arranged by a com- iiitiee of ministers and n very helpful and lubplring service has been planned to occupy the time tip to the cotning of the .New Year. a* V "ST rEFEAT"'»» "\iU.ISH CANDIDATE New York City. Dec. 31.—Uaron >"ss )e Mayer, champion EngliKh fen»:ei md runner up in the internatioua) encing eoiiliKi i'.".;: been defeated'b.\ .Iferlciin Hiii -iely "ioiiien wlio had Ifie iil;-li".i;c' In eliaui_lli<iiislllp liniiOrs he iiilair ;ii .il< p a< e at till* Keueoro lull v.\:vii I!'.' I :ll(l|•.^?':; Iii:iieiitoil he. tek <il' II woiili; fill' ill Aiiierlra. M .ii ^luyvcuant FIHII, .Ir,, iiiiil Mrs. Atiel ilde llayllH were the vUtora. Till! llaronesK In the. wife of a K.i> Mian nobleman and they are both \'lii iling In New York for a few weeks ' —Wo wish to call your attention: to be fact that most Infectious dlseai<b.- 3uch as whooping cough, dlphtherli nd scarlet fever are contracted wher ne child has a cold. Chamberlala't oiigh Aemedy will quickly cur^ a old and greatly lessen the danger-ot ontracting these diseases. This rein- dy Is famous for its cures of colds t contains no opium or other otlc and may be given to a child witl mplicit confidence. Sold by all deal- rs. AN APPEAL EDirOK HERE. Urard .Ifiin SjieaJis of Ihe Powcffu •liiiliience «i' .'Soriallsl Paper?;. A. \V. Kmkler. of Girard. Kam.aK in a.s.>-{i(-i.ite editor of Ti:e Appeal t' Rea.'^on was in lola yesterday ror ferrjng with local Socialists. "The iiowcr of the Socialist pre.sf •an hardly be estimated," Mr. Kocker said. <:oniiiienting on the sugce*. ion that The .\ii|)eal v.ould goon hav< issist.-uii-e in eovcriiig this field., : .irlng of Soeialist papers being plan led for lola and vicinity. "We s«'a; he multitude. For instance, w.her Vail Street launched the Men aat" tellglon I'\)r>var<i .Movement we dis- Pliroved it iiecaiise of Its origin and ve fiaiti-ned out the movement per- epttbly. • Mr. Koekler 'B only objeitlon to tin •'orwani .Movement was that In. hi stiiiiatlon. II lud been concelvet^ b.^ Capital in oriler to t!irottle Laboi liroiiph an apiie;;! to religious ten- lencles. —WItl.oiJi ofjiate.s or harmful drug> f any kind Foley's Honey and 'Tai 'ompoiird ."tups coughs and cure> colds. Do not accept any substitute D. .MundiH a Cu ^Th^nking our many patrons and friends for their kind and generous patroWge the past year, and hoping for a continuation of the same we wish you A Happy and PFosperons New Year Store closes at noon Monday |9 SU TImoihy's Episcopal Church. Sunday after Christmas. Collect for Mie day. "Almighty God. who hast siven us thy-only begotten Son to lake our nature upon him, and as at :hls time to be born of a pure virgin; •:irant that we being regenerate, and made thy children by adoption and 1,'rcee, may dally be renewed by thy ilo'y Spirit; through the same our Lord Jesus Christ, who ilveth and rclgneth with thee and the same spirit ever, one God, world without end Amen." Services tomorrow will be: Holy communion at 7:30 a. m. Young Men's Bible Class (at icc- lory) 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 9:4r> a. m. Morning prayer at II a. m. The siihjor: cf the sermon being '"The'Civil ind the tlhristian Calendar." Eveuis during the week: Informal reception of friends and iaii:hloners by the Rev. and .Mrs. Carl W. Nau at the rectory. 207 N. vValnut street, on New Year's Day. 'vom 2:30 to 5:30 p. m. Daughters of the King will meet Frl lay afternoon at the church at 3 I 'clock. lOvenrng service and choir i)raclice .••d;iy iit 7:30 j). m. All are hrailily Invited lo alleml li'.'.-e •trvtvcs. (;A»L W. NAIJ Hector. Prr.xbjterhiii Chiirch. Flr^t Cliurch: Rev. S. S. illlschrr. lie pastor, will preach In the morning m "The Unfolded Future" and In the evening on "A Happy .New Year." There will bo a union watch service after the regular services. Young People's meeting at C;30. Sabbath School at 9:4.*! a. m. LUtle Builders' Chapel: Mrs. E. .N. •lones, SUpt. Sabbath School at 2 p. m. Regular School at 3 p. m. Yount' Peoiile'.s .Meeting at t>:30 p. m. Hassett Chapel: ^V. H. .Means, Supt- Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m. Reformed Church. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. ra. The theme of 'lie morning sermon will be ".Man's Personal Uesponslbl'ity for Men.' Christian Endeavor at G::?0. Setinrn untl uor.-;!i!i> at 7:30. Tl:e annual i;ir-;ni>s ii:'. e:it:-.; for ite el-. c-;;'jn in" offieer.-- ami l;parin.g rei.nrts irniii rhi <•c^.^^e.:;ation and • v;ir';.:is :•(:•:• ties v.i'.I l:f iieic) on .\cv.- Vi':ir'.s I'.ay ;n ;iie cl'ir i: at Ui:3ii ;'. Hi. .\. 111. tl:e mcr.lii'r will adjourn • •> t!r- Y. M. C. A. l.uIMing for a bamiue; and toas-;.- wi'l he :.;i\en. Every ir.euiljt. of tile ;'liuri^!i i.t iirsed to be prcitiit and <.iiii'r fiiinii-- of ihe church a;e also ecnlially invitrd. State Savings BaBi J. D. ARNETT President J. F. NIGH V. President H. HOBART Cashier JOE M'KINLEY AasL Cash. Capital • i-lh,Om Surplus . f«SOfl lola, Kas. FORTIFY YOUR SAVINGS Savings accumulated with thrift, perseverance, and self-denial, should be fortified against the time of business unrest or financial crisis by depositing them promptly and regularly in our bank, where their safety is absolutely assured by our conservative liaiiking methods. Our funds are adr.iinisttircd with utmost re;;;ird for the depositors" interests, and a wide' i!:ai-.i;ili of st 'iii .-ity provided. i^Fortified with the stiT 'iigih cf our bank, yoi -r principal is safe, — interest coiiiiioiindod iiisiires stuudy income. tlie .New Year." At 11 o'elonk. admin istrution of ilie Sacrament ol' llie Lord's Siiruier; 11 :•!.''>. altar servlc; j 12 o'clock, siuKlng of llie do.\olot;y ! anil congratiiliitlohs. j .Wo ex|)ect this waleli-nlght service { to be one of great interest and spirit- 1 ual benefit, and trust that many of the ' nienibers of Trinity will plan lo attend llie entire service. We aU<o hope to have many of the peci'i- of Ea-Jt lola who are not n;iiiii.-.s of tiie church present. Those who cannot remain for the entire service, may come and go as they iilease. ' Thursday night, January 4, will be given the second number of the Trinity Lyceum course, a reading and lecture entitled Enoch Arden, illustrated with fine stereopticon views. Ixmg- fellow's poem. The Village Blacksmith will also be given with illustrations. Single admission ticket^ 20 cents, 15 cents for under 12 years. C. F. JOHNSO.V Pastor. luifed iirctliren Churcli. .Sun'iiiy :<:•{'• a. tii. Moniic: ternici; II a. la. .^niiject: '.'iiriitian l.i :i(;i r?-!:ii> Cluiyt'r.n Knii .ijti w;r. :'. li.or and .'unior. l.::.': i>. w. Evt.nfPLv .cr:::!!.-! 7:M J-. .'.•!. .^"sib'-ct: C!i;i! Orcar.i ;:;:i .(.n. Tlie-c ;.;(• .wet ii ;are •riimant scr- •ion= la . :!::e- ninv dellver- i|, i .v .i' \> ;• '-ii' .fi r .-i :rr,ud :,ittnd- ".nce. T.Hi ! 1 •! 1 •'•il '• c wi'.l w.TriiiPil !'or uv<;;y ^e:•.••.•e re.ea.'d'ei-s of Ihe •veat!:er. I. II. PR.VTIiEU Pa.<tor. KHAI.SK'E AKE RtMlSTEK.S. Krau>«e's t^nfe feed more peoide han all otherK- combined. Why?; Be- ause tliey buy the licsi and under- tan"! t!:elr bu .<4lnes :i Tliey are Boott- rs; lii.-y lielleve lola Is the best city n Kanoah. You C:ID always (let £ 'Piaie iKcal nr a short order diy or ilglit. Our Sunday dlnnerti ar^ the leFt In Ihe I'lty and if yuu should want New Years Pinner, don't forgei <rau3es will surely satisfy you. Then wnie day try our Kic lunch, thebest people In the city eat our merchant lunch. What do we serve for 15c. Why, roast beef or pork, brown gfavy. potatoes, vegetable and bread ' and butter, ten. coffee or milk. We can. others can't. Why? You know. Fresh Oysters always on hand., acr­ ed or In bulk. D. Houser and F. J. jOyler got In last evening from Kansas City, cold but happy. In Mr. Oyler's new five- passenger Mitchell car. They rftport that they drove through mud over the whole route, until the yesterday aftemono. roads ,froze Miss Rwena Wolf went to Gai-nett I yesterday for a visit of several days with friends. Triiiily .Meiiioiil.'.t (hurrh. Usual iiioiiiing /•erviri's wiili Sunday ScliOul ai !>:i.-. ;ind p:ea-hlii>; at 11. Subject of morning sermon, "The World'.t Illuminator." On Sunday niglit there will be a wat*;h-ni«lit service a-i r^.ll(.tt^•: At S o'clock ^.ervi(•e in cl:argp of tiie Ep- worlh League; at 9 o'clock inere will be an old-fashioned love feast; at 10 o'clock, recess; ut 10:15. sermon by the pastor, subject, "Ac .Message for First A. .11, E. Churcli- Prtacliinjc at 11 a. in. by pastor. C'la.-^s meeting at I2:.";y p. m. Sunday School at 2:45 a. in. Watcli night services beginning at 10:-I5 p. in. by .Mien Endeavor Lea.siie. Prep.eiiing at 11:20 p. m. followed with after service.:; ia.=:ting until 12:05 a. m. Oh. come and wor.ship with us this may be y.iui last time. All arc welcome. .Mii.-ic by the .lunior choir. "The pasior will iie.!:;in revival services from watch meetin.i.'- niKli*. C. A. WOODS, Pastor. Fir^t -H. E. Church. Sunday School 9:45 a. ni. .•\drc.-:s on ChriEtian Literature U a m I'.'pwrrtli Leacu:^ fi :3il p. m. .New Year sermon 7 p. m, Wateli nisht services 9:30 in the Presbvicrian church. .1 H. PRICE. Pa.<tor. First A. M. E. Church. AT rOUNTAIN8.HOrCLS.bR CLBCWHKNC Get die Original and Genuine KORUCK'S MiKLTED MILK TheFoodDrinkforAlIAges uca MIX. uu CUU Exnucr. n roaoei Not in any lIGIk Trust MT IniMt oa *«HOkLICK*S" T«k« a paefc«g« boan* .Second KnpiisI Churi-b. Vou ar" cordially invited to ail>tiil till- following services: Sui:day school at lo a. \n. .Mrs .1 W. Gordon.. superintondent. I'renchlnif II a. m. I!. Y. P, I'. «::tti p. m- .Mr.t. W. O Flipping, presldctii. PreachluK at » p. m. Tli'iiie of sermon: "True Freiilom" Watch niectiiiR si-rvices will li.' ob- servi'd as usual. Come. You are wd come. J. W. GOIJDON. Pasior. The fflgliesf Resolve of every hoiise\vife should be to start 1912 with a first- class Washing Ma. chine. Buy our WIZARD —liighest efficiency machine on market e. EIrft ChrUtlun Cburrli. Seriiious niorniiig and evening at tlie lida' church, and at Gas City churcli at o'clock I). Ill. by the pastor, Otho C Mooiiiaw. Hjilendid anthems iiy a large chorus both iiiorning and evening. Adequate' heating plant so that iht) building will be comfortable even though the weather Is cold. Subject of morning sermon "A Standard of Efficiency for Our Church for the New Year." Evening—"Standing Between Two Years.' This will be of siieclal helpfulness to the young people. A ' large , and enthusiastic Bible school at 9:30. Young Peoples Meeting at 6:30. Time spent in either of these i<s well 3i>ent. Conference of the Bible school officers and workers Monday evening and the meeting of the ofUcIal board Tuesday evening; both will be of great | importance. Let US tell you the Thirty Reasons -w'hy you should buy a Lorain Steel Range. Brigham Hardware Co. A Good Sfxed Laud Sale. Tlie Allen Qounty Investment Co.^j of 213 South Washingtoit Ave., cqj pleted this week the sale of the C dale Stock Farm of 533 acres, in county. Kansas, near Longton beautiful home residence of F. S. : nett. at Longton for $5400, Mr. BeU nett taking in exchange orar 1^9^ acres of cotton and com land -I Q^ Southeastern Oklahoma. The famoiui^ Red River land; every acre of whlct^V produces from % to 1% bales of c^*^': ton every year and rents readily -nir' from $6.00 to $15.00 per acre. Mel;' Bennett bought this land as a pena^ anent Investment. Aside from •< (inland he received $1500 cash iandbtlwi"'' property. The Oafedale Stock F^as^ was one of the best in aouthem sas .and had over 200 acres is St..

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