Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1912 · Page 5
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NOW iVl COING DOWN TO VDgR GIRLS HOUSE AND GET EVEN WITH HER FATHER fOH VWAT HE 010 TO MK. FELIX AND FINK—FeHx tried to "put one over,*' but it was a boomerang. / l\U SLAM HIM JOST Aft^ ( SOON AS HE OPEN* TH( Vj ^DOOtt. i^arm anti Ciiy Loans , KAlfft&S .vUn» OSLAJSOHi. ' Lew BAte; Annual or SemKlnnnal , Interest—FrlTllege to Fay |n Full Sedneed Bates,on Fire.Joaiiraiirel fif.M.CunHingliam bid Conrt HoBse BIdg. loU, Ka^ WANTS—ALL KINDS. WANTED—TWO OR THREE UN- furnished rooms in private family; must have heat and electric light. Ad- idress K. N., care Register. WANTED—GOOD LAND, WELX, Improved lying near lola. Will buy lair section or more if worth the loney asked. Give price and full kartlculars for reply. Owners only, leshew & Company, Tnlsa, Okla. WANTED—TO RENT 5 ROOM .'odern house. Address Box 302. WANTED—WOOD TO SAW WITH buzz saw. Phone 461. WANTED—BOARDERS AND ROOM ers; good rooms; modern house.. Phone 206. W.\NTED—TWO LARGE CONNECT Ing rooms in private family. Must have electa-ic light and heat Address MI ES X. Register office. UHMIPE LODGES eUNIlUET BABBIT HIXT Fl RMSHED FUNDS FOR A JOLLY FEED. WANTED—AUTOMOBILE OR might consider other property as part payment on new 16-room, modern boarding and rooming house In Sapulpa, Okla. Describe fully and give prices of what you have to trade In first letter. Adress Box 538 Coffeyville, Kansas. WANTED—BOY ABOUT 15 YEARS old; good Job and good wages. Apply Pennsylvania Hotel. WANTED —THREE FURNISHED ro:inis for light house keeping. Ad- drss B, care Register. WANTED—C 0 M P E T B N T GIRL for general house work. Inquire 606 East street. WANTED—LADIES AND GENTLE- mm of refinement who would like to make good money. Very good inducement. Call and see me at the Portland Hotel after 12 o'clock. Miss Pauck. —Sealshlpt Oysters, best on tho market. City Meat Market Phone 818. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. FOR SALEJ—STOVE WOOD. TELE>phone 1049. FOR SALE—SOME BROOD SOWS and male hog; good stock and cheap for quick sale. First hous» south Electric power house. JJ. K. Black. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?— Stevens 22-caliber rifle; 10 guage shotgun; box of tools. Address M 140, care Register. FOR SALE—A.GOOD SIX TEAR old horse; sound and gentle. Phone 104. Residence 704 E. Lincoln. J. W. Primmer. FORTY ACRES AT BARGAIN, quarter west Kincaid; all kinds fruit; excellent water and location;, good soil, house and bam. Write or call. Frank Dougherty, KIncald. Personals of Lalliirpe I'topip TPlllng of Th'olr Social and Business .\«UvIUi's. IRA B. FRANTZ BEGISTEBED OPTOMETBIST V Humboldt, Kaa. Moran, afternoon of Jan. 16 and all day the 17tb. Kallarpo, Jan. 18tb and 19th. FOR SALE}—FIVE WHITE OR- plngton pullets and one cockerlL Dr. Neusome. Phone 824. GAS CITY METER TEST CASE FOR SALE-^Jfy COUNTRY HOME west of Hospital, 17% kcres gronnd, 6 roonivliQRse. the,finest bam in Allen counts:, good clstenii good cellar all bricked up good, an Ideal place io II TO. Reason for selllngi am-located In the West where I bars insiness interests. This place will midiB a nice chicken ranch or dairy.farm- Call-or write, A. M. Kooken, Colorado Springs COlo. FOR SALE- T 39 ACRES OP NO, 1 bottom land within Imilj'of lola. at a bargain price; |600 down, balance on term to suit purchaser., Allen County Realty Co.. Erans Bldg, lola. 100 ACRES OP IMPROVED LAND In southern Missouri* and good large fuur room house In lola to exchange for land near lola. Trade with owner. Address 1024 N. Cottonwood lola. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN. MY two story modern re^pldence, 219 N. Cottonwood. Reasons for selling, leaving c'ty. Terms or cash. A. E. Balllet - - FOR SALE>-^WHITB OfiPINGTON cockerels. Phone. 424. FOR SALE—TWO GOOD ANGUS bulls. W. H. JHorrlson, B. R. 2, La Harpe, Kas. FOB SALE—AT A BARGAIN, MY modem residence at 423 South street Phone 210. FOR SALE—TWO CHOICE PHRE blood Mammoth Bronze Turkey "Poms. Abso some Barred Rock Cockerels. A.-D. Morrison, lola Route 2. • 9ficnltivated,-meadow,' pasture; all feseed; 1«0 bearing trees; STailroada within 1% liiles: station «0 feet^trom comer larm; R-P.D. ;raral telephone WiU-: trade Wr good inside residence ofchuslnesspropertr, lola.Price 17000. Mortgage $1600 3 years 6 %%.t Write oWnSv^ocii:^ «SB. Clretopls; Eans; rBOFESSIOKAL OlBKCTOlil. 1 f : 4 « »<t i Boyal TmwrlUsf Ag^a«>' • Controls EaJlnslre Sale of the • « Boyal Standard. ^Typfewdta • « In Allen County-, • t. H. Bn»*i«, AgMi : * NortMmi*:&nllding lola, Kiu% « a Tjpe^te&r Be «8M and SnppUM t FINE 160 LOGAN COUNTY KAN- sas, near .Oalciey. 100 acres cult, small house, good bam well and wind miU. Fenced. A fine wheat quarter, ready to move on. Can deal for lola property. lOLA LAND COBSPANT. FOR SALE—« ACRE TIMBER LOT on NfeoSS6--Rlver. J: SteVetts, Humboldt Kansas.-* iSDIt EXCHANGE. LA HARI'IC. .Ian. IS—At least 300 Jolly uiembiT .s of thu .M. W. A. and Royal Neighbor lodges partook of a feast in (lif hall ovor tlic National Bank last evening. The big supper was the re.sult of a rabbit hunt by the M. W. A. lodge last month, the money received from tlin rablilt-s and the dues paid by the losing side furnishing money to defray at! exijenses. An Interesting iirogram was rendered before the .supper. Drills by the Royal Neighbors and the M. W. A. were very accurately given. G. W. Adams of lola district deputy made a short talk.* The supper was served in three courses—Oysters and crackers; sandwiches celery, pickles and coffee; cake and coffee. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Chitwood of near Bayard; Willis Pettitt of Humboldt, and Mr. Adams of lola. —Do you want a watch that keeps good time? Then get one of those South Bends. Every one guaranteed. Men's TiOc Undershirts and drawers for 3oc, at JJ. R. Smith's. Dr. Fred Halm who was called to Kansas City, writes that his son, Charle."?. i.s reported some better. He will probably return this evening: Newton, the six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McBee, is reported dan gerously ill with pneumonia. S. Theobald is loading his car today preparatory to moving to Strawn, Kas. William Huber will move on the Ohlfest place. —J. R. Smith's Clearance Sale opened with bargain prices on all winter goods today. Dr. G. B. Lambeth, of Moran, was a business caller here yesterday. George Donald went to Kansas City today to attend the Implement Dealers' convention. —Waters &. Danforth, Drugs and Jew elrj-. Clearance Sale prices on Embroideries at J. R. Smith's. .Mrs. C. H. Olson very pleasantly entertained the N. S. club yesterday afternoon. Miss VAva. Boyer is visiting friends In Gas tills week. Mrs. G. F. Robins will Wslt in Buffalo and Altoona during the remainder of the week. —F. S. Halm M. D.. Oculist J. L. Jones will spend the week with old friends in Savonburg. Miss Helen Jones who has recently returned from Kansas City where she was graduated from the General Hospital, to her home In lola, was the guest of Miss Lucy Jury yesterday. W. B. Jones will spend the week with his jwrents in Thayer. Lady's Muslin Underwear on sate at J. R. Smith's. Mrs. Anna Barker and daughter, Miss Lutie, left today Cor Independence to visit until after Sunday with Mr; and Krs. Bert Johnson. C. L. Evans is in Mildred this week on iHisiness. A number fr(Hn jl^re attended the . teai^ Year danc6 fa XMtf iMt' of lola und brother, James M. Wrlker of Southerland, Sark Canada, were th" guests of -Mr. and .Mrs. W. S. F'ord, Wednesday evening. Mr. Welker went to Fort Scott from here and will return north next week. The Freshman basket ball team will play the lola third team this evening. The high school »oys will play the Yates Center ba.'sket ball team Saturday night in the Wert Hall. Fifty-cent Wool Dress Goods for 23c. at J. R. Smiths. C. T. Tice arrived yesterday from Burlington, called Here on account of the illness of his mother, Mrs. Alice Sprague. .Mr. and Mrs. Lou Mylus, of Uniontown, spent yesterday with their daughter, Mrs. J. A. Brown. Mr. My- lu-s has sold his Interests In Uniontown and is contemplating locating here. Frank Brennan, of Bartlesvllle is spending the week witht his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brennan. W. C. West of Fort Scott, was a bu.iiness vi.';itor here yesterday. riTIZEXS BACK OF SUIT FILED TO HECOVEK DEPOSIT. Ki'w (Jas Company Benfps Any Be- Nponslblllty for $& Bunded to Old Compuu}'. .V Home Recipe for Removing Wrinkles GAS CITY, Jan. 18.—Mrs. Nellie Dates, prompted by thu citizens of Gas, brought suit yesterday against thu .Natural Gas Company to receive a |5 meter deposit which was made some time ago to the Taylor Fuel, Light & Power Company. Mrs. Bates called at the olflce and paid her gas bill in full and offered to return her meter If she could obtain the |5. this was refused her, the company saying they never received the meter fund and were not liable for debts contracted for by the old company. Th^ citizens have agreed to assist Mrs.-} Bates and use the suit as their test case. The hearing is set for February 16th. DRESSED HOGS, 8c lb. Side Pork 11c. wholesale or retail. All cuts in proportion. BOBERTS t BALLABD. (From Woman's National Journal) Who will blame the modern woman J for trying to look as young and at, tractive as she reasonably can ?Wby should she be placed at a disadvantage In numerous ways by ' wearing wrinkle.s, if she can avoid these hateful marks of advancing age? Few women, however, know what to do to effectually rid themselves of wrinkles or sagginess. None of the advertised preparations is satisfactory anJ most of them are very expensive But a very simple and harmless home remedy which any woman can make will work wonders where all the patent prei>arations fall. Buy an ounce of powdered saxollte at any drug store. Dissolve the whole ounce in a half pint of witch hazel and use It as a wash lotion. The results are practically instantaneous. Marked improvement Is noticed Immediately after the v«ry first trial Wrinkles and sagging are corrected and the face feels so refreshed and snug- like. The Coffeyville Journal relates that gas burners are being taken out of the stoves In the school buildings of that city and coal will be burned. Oil burners are being installed, in those buildings which are heated by steam. Which is interesting here; "Misery loves company," you know. —Persons troubled with partial paralysis are often veiy muyh b«Befited by massaging the affected parts thoroughly when applying Chunber' Iain's Xteim^t Thia liniment abo nllaras'rtenaurtlc paiai. nirsatobr The ladles of the Christian church will hold tea Tuesday evening from Tr .za until 8:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. L KaufTman on West First street Mrs. J. Boyer, who has been in very poor health for the past five months, has been gradually improving during the past few weeks. The Firemen will hold a special meeting In the hose house tomorrow evening. All members are urged to attend as imi>ortant business Is to be transacted. Mr. Bowen, of Colony, will visit his cousin. Fred Post, here and attend the play, "Bright Eyes,'' In lola this evening. Frank Frase went to Kansas City this' morqlng. where he will probably secure employment; and locate permanently. Miss Elva Boyer of LaHarpe is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Chandler this week. Charlie Tice, formerly a barber here but now of Burlington is visiting old friends In LaHarpe and Gas City at present OBITUARY—Charles Edward Bates was born near Rochester, New York. March 3, isni. Died in Gas. Kansas from heart failure. January 10, 1912. His mother died when he was but a bah<». His younger life was spent with a kipd and devoted aunt and his father, Phillip Bates. When but IB Round Trip Tickets, Iota «« Hot Bprioci, Arte,, .with rttiifa limit of three months fron^datis o< aale. w4tta stop-ore^ prfrtlegw going and return on aala every digr In the year, ttft _ 8i8.eo years of age Mr. Bates went to Gal burg. 111., for a visit, but. became interested in land and remained in that country for eight years, at the end ol which time he was married to Miss Edith Hall. To this union two sons were born, Charles B. Bates, Jr., and Forrest 0. Bates. Mrs. Bates died two years after the birth of her last son. In 1899, Mr. Bates came to Kansas and In 1902 was married to Miss Nellie Harvey of Fort Scott. Kans. To this union was born one son, who lived but three months. Mr. Bates was a member of no church but was B constant reader of the Bible. The day before his death he had quoted a number of passages from the second chapter of St Luke and remarked as to the beauty of them. The funeral services were held Saturday, January 13, at the home, 410 West First street Rev. Culllson ofBclated. Interment was in the Gas City cemetery. And so It is—another' one has reached the golden stairs. ^otlee (0 Parents, The second term of schodl will begin next Monday, January i 22. 1912, and all children who have never attended school before and .who will be si;c years of age on or before March 25, 1913 will b« permitted to enter, provided they enroll during the first two weeks of the term. T. E. 08B0RN, Supt FREE IF IT FAILS. Tonr Xoney Bacit ,If Ion Are Not Sat. Isfied with OA ITedtcbie We BecoBunend. . We. are so positive that our remedy will permanently relieve constipation, no matter how chronic it may.be, that we offer, to furnish.the medicine at our expense should It fall to pro. duce satisfactory, resulte, . I- It is worse, than useless.to. attempt to cure constipation with cathartic drugs. Laxatives or cathartics do much harm. They cause a. reaction, irritate, and weaken the bowels and 'end to make . copstlpation nftre :hroni^ Resides, their ..use becomen i habit that is dangerous. Oohstlpatlon-ia caused by a weak aess of the nerves and muscle's of the arge.intestine or descending colon. Vo expect., permanent relief you miist ±erefore tone up and strengthen :hese organs and restore them to a .lealtbler aotivity. We want you to try Rexall Order Ues on our recommendation. They ar* axceedlngiy - pleasant to take. heiniT eaten like candy, and are ideal for children, delicate persvns, and old folks, as well as for the robust They act directly on the nenres and muscles of the bowels. They apparenUy have a neutral action, on other.asso­ ciate organs or glands. They^ do- not purge . cause excessive looseness, hoc create any inconvenience - whatoTW. They may be taken at any tima^ day or night They will positively relieve ebrcnic or habitual eonstipatioii, if not of aurglcar variety, and the myriads of associate or dependeht'-ohronia ailmente, if Uken with regularity for a reasonable length of time.'12' talt- lets, 10 cenU; 36 taUete.-2S cente; 80 teblets, 50 cents. Bo|d in loia only at our store—The Bexall' Store. S. R. Burrell, West Side. Square. ' Emporia baa diaevvered- that her wnfer'Blsina and'flt«f hTdi«nt»vw«M B liy.the TiKseMscM wMtbeftV 160 acres north^caatral '-OfelaliBma; HIUiVESTER TROST PeOTEeTED And T. B. Aided In the Crime, Be- cL^nrd Mr. Lowe FpR RENT—FOR RENT FOB 'Bfflfr --BiGHT ROOM, MOD- em house;. 516 S. Walnut Inquire Mrs. Chastaln. i FOB BENT—160 ACRES 5% MILES northwest Colony. Ed Hennlnger, lola. Phone 12L r . » BnC.S.B«Bi . -. »i a Bo«y«#ol 1, Sorttrv BIlS. Cii S ExtpActfoa^vtOioutpalnlirtlM * a ose of Nitrons Ozida-Ckui; . # a Phoae-^t^e J S53; Res. 86S. M ' FOR, .HJEa >T-rTWO 7-ROOM. MOD- ern houses. Und a 4 and 5 room house not modern. Phone 569. J. A. Adams. saass$<sa9 a a^«» «••.•• « WHY BOTI 1^ e Have Tour Piano Tuniad by •.• Experienced 'Toner' •ns LIT- Ing inyonrhoma Wwn. • -• ' V T.O^CAirA !m - 5 Roberte Unsic Co.- VSaiSfta m, —_ • —-i-i*." - PARSt FOB BENT—160 ACRES; 80 acre»-.l»og fence 80 acres plow land; some; orchard; pifnty good living water; good cistemj plenty hedge to cut on shares. Cashlor .grain rent Small family preferred. Wm. A. Shlgley, six miles-Booth of>EaHsn», KatfTB. 1. saasasassaaseaa* (By the ABsodated Prau) Washlngion, Jan. 17;—P. K. Lowe, represontlng the Independent manufacturers, charged before the House Rules Committee today that "Fifty- one per cent uf the stockholders In the Steel Sugar Beef and Bankers trusts also control the International Harvester Company." He declared that the "D^rtment of Justice had Chloroformed", every movement made to< prosecute the Harvester Tniat,.shown.by the fact that the Townsend report to the Departs ment in 1906 haa slumbered there ever since. Lowe said tliat last autumn he aaked Colonel. Booaevelt'a advice as to what he should do to urge the prosecution of the Harvester^ Company, and Mr. Roosevelt had said: "You'd better come to see me later about that" -,, A "Later," said Mr. Lowe, "I was a>^ tounded to leam that Mr. Roosevelt had placed a clean bill of hcaitb-on. the United States Steel Corporation. I also received a letter from Roosevelt stating that be could give rae SO advice on the Harvester Company and asking me to 'drop in any Friday morning and I'll explain why.'" <H:nrciB 1 B Every Casew" —Mr. Jas. McCatfery, Mgr. of the Schtltz Hotel, Omaha. Neb., recommends Foley's Honey and . Tar Com- podnd, because it cures In every case. "I have used It myself and I have recommended It to many others who have siqce told me of its great curative, power in diseases of the throat and lungs:" For all coughs and colds It is speedily effective. J. D. Mundls it isspieedlly effective".- J. D. MunHaCiJ. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—A LONG PUR COLLAR boa, some where between 418 N. Sycamore and Bnrrell's Drug Store. Phone 66L AGENTS MAKE BIO MONET SELL hig our line of teas, coffees, spices, etc. Big Inducements. Liberal terms. For particulars address Grand Union Tea Company, 610 Kansas Ave.. Topeka Kansas. TO CUBE A COLD IS OXE BAT • —Take Laxative' Bromo Quinine Tablets. J}ruggiste. refund' money if It fails to cure. E W. OroveTs signature Is on each box. 25a paina The Allen County Realty Co. Uaka a specialty of Bailing Allen^Comaty Farms. I' We alao write Insurance of aU.Jdnda, collect renta. pay taxes for. non-residents, and do a gBtteral real estets business. - We- represMit tbree of- the beat -lOBB eompanles doing basi- Mese U Kansas.' and solicit a share of the toan-business.-and goarwitee as cheap rates and qnlek service as can be had anywhere:' 1 The Alien County Realty Co. B. L. Tbeaipsen, Hgr. OPFICBS fSVAIlS BLDG. lOLA •' '•'•J'*' 1 i ... 4; HOTSET'SO lOAir • • onallUndiotbessefabldfBaM* # « or Jewelryr^-anyttilng of vstte. #^ .Blgiu Pawn Shop, Bast BMe # • B^guue.-Office in SVutt Btoci^ •"W fcranbMfioBv strictly coafti 0^' I denUal. • • » » » • • » FOB SALKl" 3 room house and acre of gronnd on ,car -HB«; |«00 mortgage,' -1250. . i room boose and 1^ acre*, same locaUen; fT«0 mortgage^ 9850. . 2 «ooa li^oiM -and .134 acres, same locatibar->^0 mortgage :^ $96., These yropertlM are«ll on car. tine water-ttne a{td isa'MBe, Fine garden ,an&;'chicken'•proposRlOBBi Monthly paymente will tte ailbwed, but no •trade conbldeiwd. Frttit trees, and lU fruit in above places. ^ u. . .uTOB rBBXT. . I 7 room modern house close in; $18 ropm modem house close in, 920 room bonae, close in not modern, |6 WUtaker * OosBelL roR 60 BiBAD H0B8E8 tM KCI^ I : I have Just'shlpped in 26 head •- from- Coffey Covr-some. vean-il ' ing ma 're mule . eolta. , some ,yearling;nare mules.. One pair' of mnlea five and six yean.ol£{' weight 2^00 lbs. One' paU W . mares six and seven yeara old. _ weight. 2500.jbs. .^eyeraK^oQi^. lAUies in ,tne^ bunch, l^eyin^ a|l w«U broke. Several haiA-ffl'- hora«a-and mareb, a (l yoonC' and good farni stock., some sia- , gle driyei^^ city bFQke. : AnybOB-wanting to buy, sell FiXiXOAHSI CBEAF MONET I reprinent one of the best Farm ' CQBtpaoies doing business In the .-^ of^Kenaas. We can loan on [HfiaB Mywhere In Eastern or Cen- "fUsaas. Our rates are the low- and our terma are the best Call Itecus when in need of a farm Phone 87. BE PETEB80K LA5B COMPANY Oli Cowt H<yie Bldg. m "'KOKET TO LOAB OK FABMS! H VoH are .-wanting a Farm Loan ~a9 toU you about my terms and I handle private and Eastern SaUsfa 9hOM at iBtot Goiter I PHILLIP HEIjSEU lioM South at MABNESS AND SADDELBI fieBOEBl Bepalrlog, All Kipiv. a a'a c mmmmm^^^m- mm • » !«ftlce Res. « » Phone 186. Fhmie 18S-T. » « . DB. J. 6. WALKER. * a Kress BMr. • • tf a Successor to Dr. 8. A. Cotfmas • a 'Special attention te ObsietriOB a and Disease of Children. S a a.a s ^^gt'&^'Sf a a a a « a PRlSfEB'S ODDS AXD EKDS SAUl The Beglster has in stock atettt SOOO odds and ends Statenieata ^^Xo' clean np our stock room ' ire '"WDl print and tab la 600 lots, for.-JUBbOO larger quaaUes at stBUles* 7000 Pay Envelopes, heaVjr. JftSBl; gnnoned, etc, not printed, pep f- ^ and: , •• ;;_7; Odds and ends of Xlik "Ucketi colors—per hnndred, printed, ther last ' .4dO 50. 6 SUpplng Tag Envelll to ase as a shipping tag wit" .sealed on Inside 800 Envelopes, patent card el _ lOOO'dark blue roled letter"BI MI^ printed ^Mf^ :U0 Xo. «9k odds and ends Eave^ o]»cs, some Unen, etcq prIntod -JlLOO Some Card Board and heav7 Cover Paper at almost your own pnftk . . .• ,t TBE BEGISTEB FTBUSHINa^ CO., Burns'/Ee^t Koom.' It is said tliMt a l«\,v was once asket' in the poet's'|irt>setn-f wliich of Barm works he likcil l-.'-it. .^fter takln; thoufbt witli h'lm^Kut for a little b' declare<l tli.tt' heiikf.l the ••Cotter*; SatorUay Msbt" It.v f.-ir the best.'"al though." liJ-Vildr'a. Ht pndo rae Rree- (ctj't \vh(.-:i tey fa'.hpr hride me re.id 1 to my iiiiibor.- 'fij.-; sratement sJeeiu ied to im; reK.-i B IM-S.J . for presently h said to the lud. "Vrofi. uv callan (|>oy), it made n:e froj-t. too. more yi:v once when J.wns v.ruin;; \x by my f ther's Crciii'-ip. -

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