Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 4, 1912 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 4, 1912
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] FELIX AND FINK—"I know that KipUng was right,** says Felix to Fink. WANTS-ALL KINDS. V/ANTED FOR CUSTOMER—A private loan of $S0O on a new eight room house on paved street, close In, east front Want It for three years and am willing to pay good Interest. The Peterson Land Co. WAMED—CLEAX WHITE BA«S. Beglster office. WANTED—MEN TO LE.\RX BAR- j ber trade. Here is an offer that in- ' ciudes tools with tuition. A method 1 I that saves years of apprenticeship, j ) Position waiting in city or country ; shops. Write Moler Barber College, Kansas City, Mo. WA.VTED—WOOD TO SAW WITH i 1 buzz saw. Plione 4C1. I 1 FOR SALE—ONE GOOD YOUNG Cow; soon to be fresh. E. I. Crowell. FOR SALE—NICE FURNITURE for five room cottage. W. E. Starts. FOR LEASE, POSSESSION AT once and on reasonable terms The Majestic Theater; best money maker in the city. Inquire of Hooker Shapel. •WANTED—DINING ROOM GIRL and dishwasher at once. Pennsylvania Hotel. WANTED—GOOD LAND, WKLU Improved lying near lola. Will buy half Mction or more !f worth the money asked. Give price and full particulars for reply. Owners only. MMhow & C<im ;i .iny, Tulsa, Okla. WANTED-AT THE Y .M C A cafe, thre<> dining' room ^'lrl.>i. one miil- d)» BKed lady; iiiu.'<t hi- nuick nml neat. White only O L Foster. Prop. WANTEI)—tJOOD SKCU.NI) HAND ^•as kiithen raiiire Phon^ 2''J WANTKI )-T0 T H A I) K GOLD watch for good saJdIe; 217 W. Mad- i.on. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. Su ACRE MISSOURI FARAt FOR lola Cas or La Harpe property. 320- acie Colorado homestead for lola Gas or La Harpe property. Call and seo us about them. Allen County Investment Co., 213 South Washington .\ve., lola, Kana. FOlt S.U.E OR TR.XDi:—TUAC- t .in .ncllie. 2" hiirse power; KOml con (!if|c>n, I'lion- >:i>. FOR SALE—FINT3 DINING TABLE and 6 chairs; 5 straight chairs, rock- .•r.<, dresser commode. 3 beds, carpets ru;;s and other household furniture, at reduci>d prices. lola Land Company. FOR SALE—niDI.NO PLOW ALSO FOR F.\M:—FIVE WHITE OR-; walking plow, cultivator one Bet dou- |)lngton pullets and one cockerll. Dr. .Veusotiic. Phone S21. ble harnesH and milk wagon; Ht8 N. Cottonwood. Phone 374. FOR SALE—15 BRED EWES. ONE Shropshire ram with papers. Phone 998F5. WalUB Ewlng. R. 2. FOR SALE—A GOOD DRIVING mare city broke. Call at 620 S. Ohio street. FOR SALE—TWO DOZEN R. I. Red chickens. Address 714 XortJi St. Phone 230. FOR SAIJC — SCOTCH COIILIE pup six months old; t>18 N. Elm. IP YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR land or city property; If yon waiit to exchange for^ merchandise or l(ind; If you want to buy or Mil anytl(lng; Call on, The Allen County Inrest- raent Co., 213 South Washington Ave. Hell Phone 900. lola, Kana. Haw Mill for .Sole. —Will feW at pnblic auction Sutur- day. January 6th, 1912, at 2 p. mC. on east side Citizens' State Bank at Humboldt Kans.. one Saw ; Mill Ohltlt. Good mill and good terms. FOR SALE—GOOD JHLCH COW just fresh; 623 S. Walnut. FOR SALE—ONE FINE STAND- ard bred driving mare; registered. Two good t>nggles. Phone 605. FOR SALE—MARE; CHEAP; 512 S. Kentucky. FOR RENT—FOR RENT FOR RENT-3 RCO.\I HOUSE FOR light bouse keeping; 310 S. Second St. FOR RENT—A FIVE ROOM BRICK house. Phone 778. FOR RENT—MY ROCK CREEK farm. Inquire of Dr. W. S. Hendricks. FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS la modern house one block from square; 308 N. Washington. FOR RENT—BY FEB. 1st, r, or fi room house, modern, close in. Box 163 lola, Kas. I.4>-D FOR SALE! 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 mown. Close to R. R. station. Part time. I also have 60 acres Improved land close to lola that I can sell at a bargain. Terms reasonable. C. 0. BOLUXGEB CAIIFOKSIA LAXBS. We are agent* for Clims Heights fruit lands adjoining the city of Sacramenta. Free round trip to< buyers. We are sole agents for this territory. CHARLES & POTTER, lolo, KansM. MONEY TO LOAN—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. NIS FROM BOSY UHIIRPE [ MINY SfKIU. EYOTS KKKP TIIK J PEOPLE E>TEKTAI.VL1». , IRA B. !FRANTZ rhureb MeetJntrs for the Election of Officer* and Other News of Interest. • LA HARPE. .Tan. 4 —>lis.s Blsie TeagTie and Mrs. Elva Mean.-: entertained a number of friends Wednesday evening at the laiiers home rwo miles nort.T of town with a "Who's Who" party. Gamts and various other axDusements were provided for after wiiich refreshments were served to the following: Messrs. and Mesdames. Claude Felkins, Otto Barker. Roy Stevenson. Bert Griffitts, Walter Means, John Martin and George Donald;,Misses Cecil Walker, Hazel Walk er. Alia and Lola McGinn is Elsie and Effie Stevenson, Olive Skinner, Artie McCulley, kelen Smith Millie Hu- toer, Elsie Teagne. Ethel Edwards. Nel lie Nusley, Hazel Edwards and.Reta ToUe; Messrs. Harrj- Barker, Clark Huber, Charlie Stewart George Dean, Cioyce Skinner, Willie GwiUiam, Clyde Taylor. Clark McGinnis. Frank Stevenson. W. T. McKeever, George Teagne Fred Means, Ernest McCulley, Albert and John Busley, Ray Edwards and Floyd Wilson. Such a jolly crowd of young, people it is use less to say a pleasant evening was reported. Prof. F. .M. Hyames. art<=r a plea.— ant vif it with old friends has returned to his work In Lawrence. —We have a few more room lots of that good wall paper we are ti-. iinr a 20^^ discount on—Waters & Danforth. Dru>^« and Jewelry. The water pij)es running to ti.e baih room In the Bowen home on Soutli Main street burpted yesterday and fore the water could be shut off, considerable damage had been done. The ru"* were damaged most. Mrs. William Hoover, of Windsor. Mo, is vLslting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F Malcom and other relatives. Dr. O. h Darnell has returned to Sumner. Iowa after a pleasant visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Darnell. —K. Halm. M. n.. ncn"»t Silas Malcom. of Horse Shoe Bend, is visiting at the George -Malcom tome this week. Harry Hocker has gone to Little Rock. Ark., to accept a position as leader of a band.! Blanche and Russell Borer have returned from Elsmjore, after a pleasant visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Anderson. Eva Lawrence left today for Law- REGI.STEKt'D OmmETUtHT Humboldt, Kaa. .\Ioran. afternoon if Jan. 16 and all day the 17th. Lallarpe. Jan. ISth and 19th. rence to begin her work in i'.. !"i-i- EeSS COUeiTe. Mrs. .\. .V. Ransom elaborately ..nter tained ti-.e X. S. l-adies ye.sterday afternoon. R-rresl-.cunts were served and a pleasant afternoon reported. Chan Hurlock is suffering from a felon on the ihuiub of hi? left hand. .T. C. I3u.-r;.= and daughter. Mayme will visit in Beaumont until Sunda.v. The annua! uieetins of the Presbyterian church, was b'-hi last evening in the chuT' ;i. The el'ction cf trustees and officers occupied most of the t:n:e-. The Ladies" .\id S^rrety (,.f the Meth odist churcli is mectir.-.: t!iis afternoon with Mrs. J. A. Cacpbell. A numb-, r cf fri-nils of .Mis-= Gladys Dowler gave her a plf-a.-.-int birthday surprise party Wednesday evening in !!onor of fourie>/nth birthday. Games and music made tiie evening very entertair.iag. Ed Danforth i.s poin? into the fine hog business. He ha- some Poland China Reds—thoroushbreds. Ed kept the !eIe]>ho .Tr. hi'-y' y-.-r.-rday callinsr friends, ci-ntraoiinpr for ".-lop." If you have any ^urj.'.n? sarhatre cans and wi.-h a ^'o•:d prire just call Mr. Jjanforti. R.v. V I, Goo.irirh will start a .vorie- of revival n .'otinL's Friday nichi In tl;e (.'iirltitiaii rlnirch. They «in rontltuie Indefinitely. Johnntff .MarlxnaM ha.- lie.n rerelv inn nuiii«'r(ujs ap;)ili-a*!on.s for the po- .-.thn as ivntral ?irl. He >ay..; that Kd D:inr<'r;!i's (••.e:U was- tiie flr-t to apply and accept a i.o -iii <n as niier- arnr The po ^^itlon.-; are all filled now e.r.i] .Tp[)!!( ant.- si;iiiiM ap ;dy !o Kd as he i.< in search of a n>-w clerk. "W H. May, of .MiMr.<l. visited Mr. and .Mr.-", .\rchie Morri -i n ye:-terday. Tom Ander.-on and John 'Tone ship ; ed seven cars of hay and one of straw yesterday to Kansas City. G. W. Martin, of Nevada is visiting pis brother, S .M. .Martin, and family tills week. M:ss Mni'ilie r.rnwn visired her aunt Mrs. Bethany Irviij In lola yes- t»-rday. NEW FRANCHISE FOR GAS —i MASS MEETIXJ WILL IJE HELD TOMC.HT TO CO>.SIDER IT. wj4 able to rdturn here Sunday and la now attending to her duties as teacher at the central building. • Edwin Hunter was a business visitor in LaHarpe .yesterday. Inlerotlnc News and Personal Xotes From Our >ean'st Neighbor ou the East. DRESSED HOGS 8c LB. All chunks in proportion. How does That sound for 'lih and 6th? Roberts Ballard. Ice Skates arid Sleds Get 'em at The ItauL'er of La (.'ripjic —Is irs fa:al tendency to imeumo- i n:a. Tn cure your la gr:i';>e coughs take Fo'.eys Hcr.ey and Tar Com- pjund V. K. FUuer Washington, Kas . s.^ys: 'I was troubled with a •severe attack of la grippe that threat eaed pneu:i.onia. A friend advised Foley's Hcney and Tar Conipfiund and i I got relief after takin.? the first few I doses. I took three bottlft and my la ; grippe v as cured " Get the (genuine (in the bellow .package. J. U. Jlun- dis Co. BVR«.'AI\ AT «^M<U)0. House 42.> N. Cottonwood Will take , stock or time on i)art. Must sell. ' Walter Jones, Carlyle Route No. 1. ' Phone 9S1-24. —Attend the .A.llen County Poultry Snow Jan. 9 to 13 inclusive. GAS CITY, JAX.4.—At the council meeting Tuesday afternoon, the Deming Investment Company, .successor to the Taylor Fuel. Light aiid Power Company, asked for a new franchise, which, if granted will affect the consumer considerably. The franchise asks for a fixed rate of 30 cents a thousand for gas and a $5 deposit to protect the company's meter. There are minor provisions tn the franchise but the two mentioned will be of greater interest to the consumer. The council will consider the franchise .•;t their next regular meeting January 16th. To get the public sentiment and to tell the whyfores of this move J. C. Eddy representing the Demlsg people, has called a citizen's mass meeting to meet this evening In the city ball. As many as possible should attend for the good of their Gas City interests. Mr. Oakes of Oswego, attorney for the Deming Company will arrive this after noon. Lyman Adas, returned yesterday to lis home In ToroiRo after a \1slt with (iaa Cliy friends. E. T. Lleurance was In .Mildred this week. A. H Budko of Kansas City was a pleasant taller on C, L. Jury yesterday. Fred Miller and family who recently left here for Parsons and from there moved to lola. Is moving his family back to his property in Con- cri'to this week. You are welcomed home Mr. Miller. Harry Bull of Gardner. 111. Is the suesi of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jury this week. The foreclosure sale of the Taylor Fuel, Light and Power Company was held this morning at 10 o'clock In front of the postoffice. Miss Polly Nuttall, whp has been ill with typhoid fever for a number of months at her home In Howard, M tk* SrHlul n4 (Mln HO RUCK'S WIALTED miLK Forldaiit^lDTaSck^aodGrowBgdsUren. PuttNitfzitk ».t9>buadiDgtiKwfaolebodY- rnvigwTrtfirf'^wintng"*''*^'*^"''^f^'<"ig '*fi Rkh nJk.'malted paipp b powda (ana. Ta&enonftataite. AskfarHORLKX'S. ALL .STOMACH MISERY E.ND.S. Indiirestion. Uearthnm, Gm% and Dyspepsia tTill O'o lo FIre-MInates U you had some Dlapepsln. handy and would take a little now J-our stomach distress or indigestion would vanish in five minutes and you would feel fine. Thi.s harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and overcome a sour out-of-order stomach before-you realize it. If your meals don't tempt yon, or what little you do eat seems tor fill you or lays like a lamp of lead in your stomach, or If you have he'art- burn, that is a sign of indigestion. Ask your pharmacist for a SO-jcent case of Rape's Dlapepsln and talte a little just as soon as you can. T;aere will be no sour risinga, no belciiing of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling In the tomach, nausea, debilitating headaches, dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all go, and. besides, j there will be no tmdl- gested food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with naus.ious odors. V Pape's Dlapepsln is a certain fure for out-of-order stomachs, because It prevents fermentation and takes hold of your food and digests.' It just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stom acb misery is at any drug store waiting for you. These large 50-cent cases of Pnpe's Dlapepsln contain more than siiffic- lent to thoroughly cure almost- any case of Dyspepsia, Indigestion or any other stomach dlstnrbancc. WESLEY CHAPEL. Jan. 3.—Dr. Chandler was with us and gave hisl lecture Friday i»Ighf The night was stormy and there *rere not as many! out as would hava't^^D If the weathpr had been more fjtvor- able. But the lecture was fine.' He was with as on Sunday afternoon also, preached a fine sermon and dedicated our church. Leon Bryaht, of Moran. took dinner with Mr. Chltwood's Sunday and attended the services at Chapel. We have bur new lamps li^ the church. They are fine. The Ladles- Aid are glad they were able to get them. Mrs. Ada Hill Is at Mildred caring for her sister. Mrs. Jolllff, and the new boy. Ella Rogets is out of school this week on account of a bad attack of sore throat! Leia Hunting visited frtendi at Bronson the last days of the wedc, returning Sunday evening. ^ Next Sunday is our annnal election of Sunday School officers. Come out every one that wants office an4 you that don't, dame for fear you g^ one. The threshing machines are busy threshing kaffir com. The death angel has again visited our neighborhood and taken (^''and- ma Hosley. We sympathize wl^h the sorrowing ones. But we 66 not mourn as those who have no hope for we feel. Grandma has gone to Uiat home where there Is no porrow, sadness or death. Sweet is the scene when Christians die: [ : When hoi* souls retire to rest- How mildly I beams the closing ijye! How gently heaves the expiring breast: So fades a summer cloud away. So sinks the »Mk'ben starms are o'er; ^ So gently shuts the eye of day. So dies a wave along the shore. Triumphant smiles the victor's brow. Fanned by some guardian angel's wing; O grave! Where is thy victory now. And whe<-e O Death, thy sting! —Do not allow your kidney and bladder trouble to develop beyond the reach of medicine. Take Foley Kidney Pills. They give quick results and stop irregularities with surprising promptness. WEST OF THE RITER. Jan. 3.—John Preston was out from town hunting the first of the week. C. P. Clark is down with his back at present writing. Wm. Jenson and wife took dinner Sunday with his father, J. P. Jenson and family. Frank Bliss will be on the Pleasant Valley telephone lln^ after the first of March. Mr. Turner is breaking stalks and getting ready for spring rarmlng. Fred and Guy Beatty each killed a hog Monday. ^ Mr. Sanders of lola, took dinner Sunday with J. M. Preston and family. C. R. Peck took his folks down to Bertha Crook's Sunday afternoon for a sleigh ride. Jim Blakely and family visited at Lewie Zlnk's Sunday afternoon. Guy Beaty bought a nice cow at a sale Tuesday. The Beatys are cutting the hedge along the line between the Charles and Blakely farms. We have had but title sunshine so far this year. Mr. Hicks expects to thrash th'^; last of this week. From there we un-1 derstand the machine turns back south. Mr. Blakely Is cutting the hedge on the south side of his farm. It will be quite a help to the two Pleasant Valley lelephoae lines. Mrs. Jenson rei>orts a fine time oh her visit with her brothers in Arkansas. Little Ira Peck had a pretty severe attack of croup Monday morning, but Is better at this writing. Mr. Jones bought five head of J. M. Preston's cattle Tuesday. That leaves him two cows and two calves. Farm and Giiy Loans KANSAS AM) OELAHOXl Loir Rate; Annnal or Seml.Annnal Interest—FrlTlIege to Pay In Fall Redaced Bates «a Fire Inaorsnce! R.M.Cunningham Old Conrt House Bldfr. lata, Kas. 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 best loan companies doing buai- nesa 4^ Kansas, and solicit a siiare of the loan business, and guarantee as cheap rates and quick service as can be had anywhere. The Allen County Realty Co. B. L. TtaoaipsoB, Mgr. OFFICES EVANS BLDQ. TOLA. LE6ALS. GLORIOUS HAIR For Every WomaB Who Wants It. Any -woman who neglects her hair cannot expect to have as lovely hair as the woman who doesn't. Wash the hair once a week, use PARISIAN SAGE daily—keep your hair brush clean and in a few days you will give to your hair a beautifal lustre that you will be proud of. PARISLAX SAGE. Is a most reliable hair tonic; so reliable that C. B. Spencer &. Co., guarantees it to eradicate dandruff ,stop falling hair and Itching scalp, or money back. It should be used as a dressing by every member of the family because It keeps the scalp clean, prevents hair from taming gray and baldness. Large bottle 50 cents. You will Ijave no use for ordinary preparations after once giving delightful PARJSIAX SAGE a tHal. -It win be to your Interest to buy your Flour and Feed of H. Klaumann, 206 S. Jefferson. Phone 259. (First Published In The lola Dally Register. Dec. 21, 1911.) Xotlce of Appointment, Ezeontrlx. State of Kansas, Alien County, sa. In the Matter of the Estate of Tlotnas IJreckenrlrige late of Allen Cc.aty. Kansas. NOTICE OF APPOLNTME.ST. Notice la Hereby Given, That on the 14th day of December, A. D. 1911, the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Allen Coonty Kansas, iduly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the Estate of Thomas Breckenrldge, late of Allen County, deceased. All parties Interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. MAGGIK J. BRECKENRIDGE. n2)-21 -28-(l)-4 Executrix. -^If your children are subject to attacks of croup, watch for the first symptom, hoarseness . Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse and the attack may be warded off . For sale by all dealers. IA Harpe Journal: Victor L. Goofl- rich. assisted by Song Evangelist Brotherton, of lola, as chorus director and soloist will begin a series of gospel meetings at the Christian church on Friday evening, January oth. —Persons troubled with partial paralysis are often very much benefited bj- massaging the affected parts thoroughly when applying Chamber* Iain's Liniment. This liniment .'also relieves rheumatic ^aias. For aafe by all dealers. ' For Sale—^Nice yduBgr horses and muie.^ at a bargain at my place ono *Ile '?st o.' Jola. JohaT- Wood. —C. J. Peterson: Farm Lxmna. Insurance, Abstracts. lOLA R. R.TIME TABLES i. T. * S. F. RAUWIT JBouth Bound. No. 201—Daily Passenger 1:0S p. i« No. 20S—IJaliy Passenger 3:41 a. Na 207—Dafly (except Snndayi PMsea- ger ; »:50p. TO, No. 215—IJally (except Sunday) Way Frelsht. Arrive 12:01 p. m. Depart 1:06 p. n, North Bound. No. 202—Daily Passenger 2:23 p. IQ. So. 20* —Dally F&aseuger. ; 2:30 a. W, No. 208—Dally (except Sunday) Fassen- ger 8:30 a. m. No. 216—Dally (except Sunday) "Way Freight. Arrive 11:15 a. m. Depart 12:01 p. m. MSSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY Frefghts— West Bound. 491-4xical Mally ex. Sun) Iv S:45 p. m. 451-KMo. Bed Ball (dally) Iv...8:38 p. m. • Freights—East Bound. 438—Red JBaU (daily) ar. 1:10 a. m. 492—Local (dally ex. Sun) ar. 8:00 a. m. Passengers—>yest Bound. 407—Kansas Clty-Tatea Center Mall and Express (daily) Iv 4:47 p. m. 403—St. Lonls-Wichita Mall and Express (doily) Iv.... S:«3 a. m. Passengers—East Bound. 410—St. Lonls-Kansas City MaU and B»press (daily) ar. 7:17 p. m. 408—St. Louis-Kansas City Mall and Express (dally) ar. 8:33 a. m. M. K. & T. RAILWAY South Bound. 'So. 571—Way Freight, (dally swept Sunday) 4:80 a. m. jjo. 75—Mixed (dany) 4:«6p. ta. No. 73—Passenger fdally) 12:18 p. m. XoT 25T-F]yer (dally) .5:80 a. m. North Bound. N'o. 24—Passenger (daily) 1:25 p. ra. No. 75—Mixed (dally) 2:30 p. m. •No. 572—Way Freight, (dally except Sundav) 12:19 p.m. •571 a-nd 572 will, carry passencen. XERCHAITTARLE ABSTRACTS. Every Abstract made In oar office Is guaranteed to be a merchantable abstract or money refunded TOLA ABSTRACT COMPANY. Frank Wood. Uanacar. '' - * MOSEY TO LOAiri « > Will land OS taouMbold totU, • yfaaoa, orgiiu. . MWIBC mm- 9 * tUaM, dtemoDia uaj«waIriL • * J. W. OOFFKY • ••• Ul JTfrth gtTMl « ^ Royal Typewriter Agency. • -S Controls Exclnalre Sale of tha 9 S Royal Standard Typewritat 9 a 'In Allen Cotm^ • ^ E. H. Bn»*Dgf kgtmt • % N'o-thrup Building lola, Kana. 9 S Typewriter Repairs and SappU(« 9 ^$mmssmss.msBS »»9B]9 •5 «$.$s9se«a S Dr. C, K. Ross • a DEXTIST 9 S Room yo. h Xorthmp RIdf. 9 a Extraction without pain by tha • a use of^'trous Oxide Gas • a Phone—(~.ce 553; Res 851. • •eaaaaaaaasaaaasasa aa«saaaa9as93«9««« a WHY JIOTt • a Hare Tour Piano Tnned by as V a Experienced Tuner—Ont UT- • a lag in yoar home toiwn. 4 a T. 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