Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 20, 1912 · Page 5
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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20,1912. FELIX AND FINK—"Oil makes some things run smooth, but it was rough on me," says Felix to Fink. ive MATCHED YOU WITH HALi 0 /»t >i> TH^ TURKlSN W (?ESrLEfi AM6 t'Ll SHOW YOO now WE CAN W(N HIS HONEY P8r wo . r I &t ' W RANTED—TWO OR THREE UN- toT tarnlBhed rooms In private family; ^ nmt have beat and electric light Ad^ drMfl K. N.. care Register. wil .""^ Wl IL po ' ch of on tei of Ml / ALU YOU / WILL HAVE TO , OO »S TO LIE \ FLAT ON THt riAT- VHE CANT OO A \WN6 WITH YOO ' I AGflEE TO CENTLCMAN JJO TIMES m 3 niNUTES OR PORFeiT Farm and GMy Laanm K117S1S IXD OniHOKl Low BcU; loBial n Bcinf-Aiuinal Intonrt-IMTlleve to Pay la Fitii BedBced Bates on Fire lusuruac^*! R.M.Cunningliani Old Cout Home BIdg. lela. Su. WANTS-ALL KINDS. WANTED—GOOD LAND, WELL improTed lylns near lola. WiU buy %aiX leotion or more It worth the Mnej asked. Give price and fall V «rtlcalars for reply. Owners only. XCeeherw tc Company, Tnlsa, OUa. WANTED—TWO WHITE WYAX- dMte Cockerels. Phone 647. JriNTED—WOOD TO SAW WITH kotB WW. Phone 461. WANTED—BOARDERS AND ROOM an; good rooms; modern house. Phone 206. ad m the wor mc Dn an • WANTED—TWO LARGE CONNECT J lag rooms in private family. Must J)»ve electric light and heat. Address lOta X. Register office. tn IBJMIBBiaiJPMIIMMBMMMl^ in bn t k Vr Cl n« th in ar EC Itr er bi WANTED — THREE FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping. Ad- drsR B, care Register. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL for general house work. Inquire 606 East street LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WAN- ted. No canvassing or soliciting required. Good income aseured. Addies? National Co-Operatlve Realty Co., V 1423 Marden Building, Washington, D. C. WANTED—WOOD TO SAW OR any kind of work. Phone 517. WOM RN — S E L L GUARANTEED Hose; 70 per cent profit; make $10 dally; full or part time; beginners In- vi'sUgate. STRONG KNIT, Box 4029 West Philadelphia, Pa. WE PAY ISO A MONTH SAIARY and furnish rig and all expenses fo Introduip guaranteed poultry and siDpk powders; outfit free; new plan; steady work. Blgler Co., X 979, Si.rlngflcld, Illinois. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. FOR SALE—STOVE WOOD. TELE- phone 1049. FOR SALE—TWO BUSHEL GOOD clover seed. F. S. McKelvey, Gas Kas. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— Stevens 82-callber rifle; 10 guage shotgun; box of tools. Address M140, care Register. FOR SALE—A GOOD SIX YEAR old horse; sound and gentle. Phone 104. Residence 704 E. Lincoln. J. W. Primmer. FOR SALE—FIVE WHITE OR- plngton pallets and one cockeril. Dr. NeuBome. Phone 824. FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD 8-ROOM house on paved street; good location. Priced right Will take good auto as part pay. Call on The Allen County Investment Co., 213 8. Washington Ave.. loin, Knns. FOR' SALE—MY COUNTRY HOME west of Hospital, 17% acres ground. & room house, the finest barn in Allen county, good cistern, good cellar all bricked ut> good, ttn ideal place to lire. Reason tor selling, am located in tUe West where I baire busliieBs tbtere«ts. This place will make a nice cl\i(ft;en ranch or dairy farln. Call or Write, A. M. Kooken, Colorado Springs Colo. FOR SALE-39 ACRES OP NO. 1 bottom land within 1 mile of lola at a bargain price; $500 down, balanoe on term to suit purchaser. Allea County Realty Co., Brans BIdg, lola. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, MY two story modern residence, 219 N. Cottonwood. Reasons for selling, icavlnr c'ty. Terms or cash. A. E. Balliet FOR SALE—PINE BLACK JACK with white points. He Is a fine one and will sell cheap If sold soon. B. B. Urannum, I'iqua, Kans. WANTED—CLBAH WHITE BASS. Will pay 8 cento a pound. Beffbtor ofdcew FOR SALE—WHITE ORPINGTON cockerels. Phone 424. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, MY modern residence at 423 South street Phone 210. FOR SALE—TWO CHOICE PURE blood Mammoth Bronze Turkey Toms. Also some Barred Rock Cocikerels. A. D. Morrison, lola Route 2. FINE 160 LOGAN COUNTY KAN- sas, ne^r Oakley. 100 acres cult, small house, good bam well and wind ihlll. Fenced. A fine wheat quarter, ready to move on. Can deal for lola property. lOLA LAND COMPANY. FOR' SALEJ—« ACRE TIMBER LOT on Neosho River. J. Stevens, Humboldt, Kansas. IX)R RENT—FOR RENT T FOR KENT—160 ACRES R% MILES northwest Colony. Ed Hennlnger, lola. Phone 12L FOR RENT—TWO 7-ROOM. MOD- em houses and a 4 and 5 room house not modern. Phone 569. J. A. Adams. FOR KENT—MARCH 1ST. ONE »roomed house and 3 acres of ground; plenty of fruit and good water; first house north of cement bridge on east side of Kentucky street road. Address Mrs. Hattie Kerr, lola Kans., or phone 988-24. LOST AND FOUND. AGENTS MAKE BIO MONEY SELL Ing our line of teas, coffees, spices, etc. Big inducements. Liberal terms. For particulars address Grand Union Tea Company, 610 Kansas Ave., Topeka Kansas. LOST—GOLD CUFF BUTTON with engraved InlUal "B"; valued because a gift Finder please return to the mayor's office. lIlE BAYS' NEWS AT LAHARPE BASKET B.ILL WITH YATES CEX- TEK TE.VM TOMGHT. Cfaiireh Xotlcpg nnd Other >'ews Notes BHd Personals of Mnch Local Interest th vf cl is F tl a; St w t o (b r c •V f J ( c t I I 1 1 LA HARPE. Jan. 20.—Ed Danforlh of the Waters & Danforth firm, will leave tomorrow for Kansas City to take a course in the School of Engrav In^ and Jewelry Manufacturing. Mr. Danforth will be away at least eight weeks, during which time Mr. Waters will attend to his duties. The high school second team defeated the basket ball boys of the second team of thd Y. M. C. A. Thursday evening hy a score of 32 to 14. The first team will play the Yates Center boys tWs evening in the Wei t Hall. i| Clair Wilson of Mildred will visit ever Sunday with the Charlie Wilson tn&lly here and a brother in lola. Messrs. Walter and Charlie Wilson who have been visiting their sister at Olathe and attending the Implement Dealers'^,convention in Kan£as City, returned home last night. • S. Halm M. D., Oculist C. It Evans has been appointed gwieral agent for the Guarantee Fund Life Association in southeastern Kan- jrslis. C. 0. Caughlln of lola, was in • Mrtm on business with Mr. Evans yes- torday concerning the company. •Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Chenault of Fort flobtt, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C..L. Evans this week. E. N. Hamacher, of Fort Scott, was a tualnese visitor In town today. A. H. Hlnes and Mr. MeU have re- .turned from Kansas City, where they' attended the Implement Dealers' con- TMition. They report the convention i^A jpmnd success. V rr -Me °'s 12.50 shoes at $1.90 Monday 'aid Tuesday.—Ricketts, the Shoe Man. ^lis Avis MoUenkopf is visiting her intX, Mrs. J. M. Hanson, in Moran of«r Sunday. Rudolph and Elsie Felger have re- tocnea from an extended visit at various .{points In Missouri. JCtSS Adda Dean and Fannie Ward ittot to Fort Scott this evening to apend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hurlock. • '.ir-Men's $4.00 shoes at 13.25 Monday Tuesday.—Ricketts. The Shoe IRA B. FRANTZ *^wt> BE6ISTEBED 0PT0METBI8T Humboldt, KBM. Moran, afternoon of Jan. 16 and all day the 17th- LaHarpe, Jan. 18th and 19th. je .3IDss Emma Hoover, history teacher tft the high school was taken ill Iftursday and compelled to return bjltoe. Nestor Shearer acted as her atfbsUtute. V~Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear 89e the .piece. Monday and Tuesday. -Ricketts, the Shoe Man. , •;j<nie following young ladles com- 9Md a.line party to "Bright Eyes' t^Hrsday evening: Misses Jessie Mc- Btiresb. Winona Jones,~HazeI Reed, ABlUa Bsle, Helen VanKeuren, Irma ^bunpson and Myrtle Maxson. ^{•--Jfow Is the time to feed Dr. Hess's Btodc Food. It keeps your hogs I^thy and prevents cholera.-Wat- W rttft Danforth.. Drugs'and 7ewelry. W ^)«r8. G. D. Malcom went to Plqua terday to attend the funeral of her neigjibor. Mrs. Adam Bamhart, died at her home there Thnrs- .\rthur Cowden writes he saw a bull fight in Matamoras, Old Mexico one day last week. Arthur is employed in a bank at San Benito. Texas, and It is only a few hours run to Matamoras. Mrs. Marie Parkhurst after spending the holidays with her son, J. H. Parkhur.st, and family, returned last evening to her home in Shelbyville, Illinois. R Peet ha.s purchased a new picture machine and will begin bis shows again soon. —Men's $3.50 shoes $2.85 Monday and Tuesday.—Ricketts, The Shoe Man. Miss Pearl Adams will visit friends in lola Saturday and Sunday. A number from here attended the literary at Pleasant Prairie school house last night. Mr. Proliasco and family arrived yes terday from Rockfort, Mo., to make their home here. Mr. Probasco has purchased the Jones property In Lan- yonvllle. .Ml.«s Beulah Adams has returned to I..:iwrence. after a short visit with Miss Dollle Adams and Miss Alice Barker. Mrs. Rachel Biggs is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. Hall ncrtlieast of town. Christian Church: Sunday School at 1(> a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sub- lert, "lleart Power Is the More Excellent Way." Christian Endeavor at S::!0 II. ni. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. .Subject. "The Value of a Soul." Tomorrow l>eglns a series of revival bietlngs to continue Indefinitely. P. R. Brotherton and wife of lola will arslst each evening by leading the ?holr. Everyone invited.—V. L. Goodrich, pastor. Presbyterian Church: S. S. at 9:45 a. ra. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.— George H. Clymer, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal Church: Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.—S. L. Chase. Pastor. GOINGS AKD COMINGS AT GAS THE HEALTH OF MIL E. K. TAY. LOU GREATLY LMPKOVED. A More Scratch, Improperly Treated, May liesult in CrippUng a Boy. GAS CITY. Jan. 20.—Miss Genevieve Taylor, who accompanied her father, E. K. Taylor, to Mineral Wells Texas, some time ago, returned here yesterday and bring home good news to the many friends of Mr. Taylor. She says he is gradually improving and is able to take a long walk each day. If the climate continues to agree with his health he will probably locate there permanently. Miss Taylor is back for an indefinite stay. Notice to Parents. The second term of school w'H begin next Monday January 22; 1912, and all children who have never attended school before and who will be six years of age on or before March 25. 1912. will be permitted to enter, provided they enroll during the first two weeks of the term. T. E. OSBORN. Supt. A Hero in a Llgbthoose. —For years J. S. Donahue. So. Haven Mich., a civil war captain, as a lighthouse keeper, averted awful wrecks, but a queer fact Is. he might have been a wreck, himself, if Ellec- tric Bitters had not prevented, "They cured me of kidney trouble and chills" he writes, "after I had' taken other so- called cures for years, without benefit and the yalso improved my sight. Now at seventy I am feeling fine." For dyspepsia, indigestion, all stomach, liver and kidney troubles, they're without equal. Try them. Only 50 cents at all druggists. DRESSED HOGS, 8c lb. Side Pork 11c, wholesale or retalL All cuts In proportion. BOBEBTS * BALLABD. Miss Kate Shepherd of Fort Scott is the guest of Miss Besse Webb for a few'days. Miss Mabel Rlchey went to Ash Grove. Mo., this morning for an extended visit with her grandparents. Her father J. W. Rlchey. accompanied her as far as Fort Scott Wesley, the eleven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I^wer, has been unable to attend school for wocks owing to an accident received some time ago. From a mere scratch on his foot an abscess formed, which drew the leaders of bis leg In such a position that he Is unable now to straighten his leg. It is thought that he is slowly Improving now. but It might result In him being a cripple for a number of years. Rev. Mooniaw. of lola. will preach tomorrow at 3 o'clock at the Christian church. Sunday school will be held at 2 o'clock. The firetaen met last evening In a call session In the hose house, and made definite arrangements for the oyster supper to be given the 25th of this month. Var;ious committees were appointed and a pleasant time is anticipated. The firemen and their families will attend and the guests will be the city officials and their wives. Hei SpHttffm, Mrk. Round Trip Tickets. Tola to Hot Springs, Ark., with ratnro limit of three months from date of sale, with stop-over privileges going and return on sale every day in the year, for 618.60 The one my fare is IU.M, E. E. MUNGER, Phone 168. Vaa. Ifnt Miss Edith Howell music and German teacher In the high school, will spend Saturday and Sunday with her parents In Emporia. A number from here attended the Literary at Pleasant Prairie school house northeast of LaHarpe last evening. .Mrs. J. B. McKInley and Mr. J. V. .AicKlnley, after a pleaShnt visit with Mrs. Lottie Kinman and daughter, returned this afternoon to their home in Burlington. Roy King assisted In the Carl & Hunter grocery today. Methodist Church—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Everyone invited. The Pastor. Face Paint Tabooed; Remove SUn Instead "A few years ago only one class of women painted th«lr faces." says Dolly Madison in Chicago News. "It was a sign of social ostracism and was tabooed In refined circles. The custom has become so universal we must admit it is to be deplored and to be shelved as soon as possible," How foolish to seek artificial "beauty" of this sort .obnoxious from artistic and moral standpoints, when it Is so easy to obtain a truly natural complexion by the use of ordinary mer- coilzed wax. An ounce of mercoliied wax, obtainable at any drug-store, will cause such a transformaitlon no one need think of using anything else for the purpose. Applied like cold cream at night, and washed off tn the morning, it at oitce begins to show Its remarkable rejuvenating effects. It gently absorbs the lifeless surface skin in tiny particles, revealing the fresher, livelier, beautiful underskin. Naturally it takes with It all surface defects. <• WEEKLY MABKET BEYIEW • The Allen County Realty Co. Hake a specialty of lelllng Allen County Fanni. We also write Insurance of all kinds, collect rents, pay taxes for nonrresidents, and do a general real estate business. We represent three of the best loan companies doing business In Kansas, and soUslt • share of the loan business, and guarantee as cheap rates and quick service as can be bad any- whera. The Allen County Realty Co. B. L. Tbompson, Mgr. OFFICES ^VADi BLDO lOLA Attention Khiirhts. Neosho I..odge No. 43 ^III confer the rank of Knight .upon five Esquires Monday evening. Jan. 22nd. All mem hers are requested to bo present, Lodge called to order at 7:30 sharp. C. D. SWAIN, Chancellor Commander.. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the friends who' so kindly assisted, with kind words and deeds and lovely flowers, in our bereavement In the loss of husband and father.—Mrs. G. W. Neighbarger, John Neighbarger, Chas. Corn and Wife. Marvin Wilson and Wife. Card of Tbanks. We wish to thank the Royal Neighbors and others for the beautiful flowers sent to us and to express our appreciation of the many kindnesses shown us during our bereavement.— Adam Barnbart and Tamlly. 'H^nres la Every Case." —Mr. Jas. McCaffery, Mgr. of the Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recommends Foley's Honey and Tar Com- podnd, because It cures In everr case.' "I have used It myself and I have rec-. ommended It to many others who have since told me of Ite great curative power In diseases of the throat and lungs." For all coughs and colds It Is speedily etfecUvb. J. D.vMaato it Is speedily effective. J. D. Muadla Co. OUB 30 DAY BABCIIN. We have a fine tract of grazing and imber land in Eastern Oklahoma, to xchange for a well located modem louse in Tola; 480 acres at $5.00 per icre, $2400. Land clear and good tile. Anything offered must be clear. Here is a chance to doable your money n two or three years. Whitaker & DonneU, lola, Sana. Kansas City Stock Yards, Jan. 19.— Cattle received here this week 38,000. last week 34,800. same week last year 46.000. Packers have been short of refrigerator cars this week, and meat is accumulating in the plants. For that reason bids on killing cattle were weak today, otherwise it has been a strong week in the cattle market. Four loads of 1500-pound steers sold a' $7.90 here today top for the week, and probably the highest price ever pale here for beef steers in January. Manj cattle have sold this week at $7.35 tc $7.«5 and few steers sell under $6.00 Buyers for butcher grades have raker the yards ail week, and stockers an( feeders have held up steady till today. Dealers looked for a big run- ol cattle next week, as railroads have been able to distribute cars to shipping pointe this week without any difficulty, but the refrigerator car situation may cause commission men tc stop some cattle. A feature this weel has been the large number of Oil Mil: steers marketed, probably 200 cars of that class on this market during th( week. They sold at $b.85 to $6.30 for the weighty steers, those under lOOC pounds selling at $5.15 to $5 .5a Aside from influences without, the fresb meat trade is in good shape and the cattle market Is on a firm foundation. Hogs have arrived this week to the number of 98,200,' last week 74,000 same week last year 47,800. Price* have been well maintained all week top sUndIng at $6.45 for three days $6.40 yesterday but 10 cents lower today at $6.30. Every day this week till today bulk of sales here has been abov Chicago and all the other mark- ete, but today sales here are a shade under Chicago, but equal to St Louis. The run this week Is heaviest since January, 1908, during which month half a million hogs were marketed here. The refrigerator car situation has affected the market on sheep a&d' lambs disastrously prices today being half a dollar lower than on We(kies- day.' Some lambs brought $6.40. and £° number of fair to good lambs sold at $5.80 to $5.90. Wethers are worth up to $4.50 today, and ewes have sold at $4.35 this week, before the break. The situation will clear up as soon as refrigerator cars can be obtained plentifully. It la not a local condition^ with reference to the cars, as Chicago'^ jjf^^^^ ^ FABM LOANS! CHEAP MONEYI We represent one of the best Farm ^an Companies doing business in the ;tate of Kansas. We can loan on 'anns anywhere In Eastern or Cen- ral Kansas. Our rates are the low- ->st and our terms are the best Call or write tis when in need of a farm oanL Phone 97. THE PETEB80N LAND COMFAKY Old Court House Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN ON FABMSl If you are wanting a Farm Loan 'ct me tell you about my terms and 'atrs. 1 haudle private and Eastern money. C 0. BOLLINGEB IOIB « Kani. Is suffering in the same way. J. A. RICKART, Market Correspondent. left ine With a frightfol MnJ^iuSf very weak. I Bad spells when baralT toaathe or ap^ f w 10 to minotea. Hy doctor <5onld not brf» me, bnt I tras eomidetely eoied by Mn. J.?E..<Jox..ioMi6tm:" 60 HEAD HOBSES and MULES I have Just shipped in 25 head from Coffey Co.—some weaning mare mule colts, some yearling mare mules. One pair of mules five and six years old, weight 2500 lbs. One pair of mares six and seven years old, weight 2500 lbs. Several other mules In the bunch. They are all well broke. Several head of horses and mares, all young and good farm stock, some single drivers, city broke. Anyone wanting to buy. sell or exchange, see me at once at lola Horse and Mule Market 1 block west Santa Fe ^. C Bateher Phaaa m PBOFESSIOBIL DIBSCTia:!. m. Boyal Vyyamite Ifiniay • a Controls BnhMve flato a( AM a Boyal StaBiiM t >»BwillM • 9 In AUa Cauatr » E. B. BaniBf^ Agmt • % Nor«hn» BaiUttas lala. KML « e !ryp «in^ Bqabi apd • 9 9a»aa»aaaaf«c«««%^ a Dr. g M. KM • 9 BOOK Ha. 1, larttnv Va§> P 9 BKtractfm wttbootiatB kr fta 9 use «t mtrotia Oilda Qtm. W 9 Phooe-atace Kii Baa. JUiL • 9 999•«•••« 9 WHY ••rt • 9 Hava Yoar Plaa* twaM IHr m • 9 Ihtperlaaeai TmMrtm Uih 9 e RobaHs Maiia Oa. lia»«| • 9 »tt9«••••••«•••*•• pbooe at rateaOMtar PHILLIP flBl «n .a 4. UOhk SauOi • 4. lABHESfl AJXB tABBIUl ^ 4. daaeial Bepalrlng^ Afl • 4 • HOBBT TO MAJ « • on all kinds tt hoaaakaU Baa* « • or JrwalJT—aartUng aC vatas • • BIgna Pawn SkoiL Baat Mb • • 8 «Hara. O0ea in »att Man # • All kraasaoUona strlotly ooai- « • deuQal. « • 4 • Pkaaa IK. timm Wt • H 9 BB. C WALOB. • 9 Krass . , t 9 Successor to Dr. U. A. nfH*nn • Special attention to OkstaMaa • O and Disease of Childraa. • 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9•••• lOLA R. R.TIME TABLES A. T. * B. r. BAILWAT a«uth aeuntf. No. 101—DftUy FaMwaar l-^Ma No,' lel^Dail& ,l2SSS?Smiiiii' No. SS -Mlr " (MOKpt' iniaUy)* Freight - A »rtT« 1J:01 p. ai.^— part mou'd."" **** SS:5azg:K 'H:S -x::::ii«:« No. 20»—Dattir (esoapt Sundar) So. f lfr -lz>sU7 '' (eccot* 'BuaOay)' Ftelght Arrive U:U a. m. part OM. 9. Missouri Paclfle B. B. Freight*—WMt Bmmt. 49t— Local (dsShr az. Sia) IV.....{UBB. m. 4S1— Colo. Bed B«U fdai&) >„.i :»p.a, Fi«lgbt»-Baat .Itouna. 458—Red Ball (daUv) ar.... iaOa .M. 4»2—Local (daUr^ Sao) ar.....«:Ma.m. Pan0iig «r»-We«t WouML 407—Kansas CMtr -Tatea Centar liill aad Erpreaa (Say} Ir. 4:« W~ to. 40»— et Louis-WIchlta Mail and Bvnsa (dally) Iv. $m m.':m. PaMenaera —East aound. 41fr-8t Louls-Kanua City IfaO and K> press (dafly) ar. liti 9-m, 408—St. Lotils -Kansas City ICan Mi«»e- prees (dally) ar. tm a. K. IL k T. BAILWAt South aauntf. •Noi 871—War Prel «ht. (dally , Sunday) 4;) No. 75 -jiibted <d " No. 7S—Fasaan No. 86—nyer .. Narth - Bound. No. J4—F No. 7 •No. _ . , Sunday) U:Uawa. •STI and tn wfll carry uiiaaaiiswa ?t ^1E ,Sr ?.:::::::^i5 >. Vn—-Wa.y TnlKht. (daOy aMaa Beglster Wast Ada Gat tha Bis.

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