Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 22, 1912 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 22, 1912
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Tell Your Wants to 20,00& PeoplrMy aiQuiGkiy Tl Felix and Fink Tried to Beat the Landlady, WANTS-ALL KINDS. WANTED—GOOD LAND, WELl. Improved lying near lola. Will buy half section or more if •worth the money asked. Give price and full particulars for reply. Owners only. Meshew & Company. Tulsa, Okla. WAXTKII—TWO \VIIITIC (lollc Cockurcls. I'lione CM". AN-YAN- WANTED—WOOD TO SAW WITH buzz saw. Phone 461. WANTED— nOAKDERS AND ROOM ers; pnnd rooms; modern house. Phone 206. ' »,|«' WANTED—SALESMEN FOR THE Gem Oil Rvirnor; burns oil and .steam, eoonoraical. ^v.f'\ no dirt, smoke or .^ooitJ. InFtr.npd any stove in twenty minutes without changing stove. Con- tiactin;; agents granted exclusive territory. Retail price ?1».00. For agents and wholesale price Address Gem Hurner Co.. Des Moines, Iowa. WANTS—ALL KINDS. WANTED — THREE FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping. Ad- (ir.s.s B, care Register. WANTED-C O U PETE N T GIRL for general house work. Inquire 606 East street. WANTED—C O .M P E T E N T GIRL for general house work. Inquire G02 East slri-et. WANTED—WOOD TO SAAV nny kind of work. Phone 517. OR WANTED—EXPERIENCED SALES lady 1 dry goods at Frishnian's. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. FOR SALE—SVi ACRES LAND ON street car line. Terms. W. E. Starks. FOR SALE—FIVE WHITE OR- pington pullets and one cockeril. Dr. Neusome. Phone S24. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. FOR SALE—TWO BUSHEL GOOD clover eeed. F. S. McKelvey. Gas Kas. FOR SALE—WHITE ORPINGTON cockerels. Phone 424. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN. MY modern residence at 423 South street. Phone 210. FINE 160 LOGAN COUNTY KAN- sas, near Oakley. 100 acres cult., sninll house, good barn well and wind mill. Fenced. A fine wheat quarter ready to move on. Can deal for lola I)ro.perty. I OLA LAND COMPANY. FOR SALE—MY COUNTRY HOME west of Hospital, 17% acres ground. 6 room house, the finest barn in Allen county, good cistern, good cellar all bricked up good, an Ideal place to live. Reason for selling, am located In the West where I have business interests. This place will make a nice chicken ranch or dairy farm. Call or write, A. M. Kooken, Colorado Springs Colo. FOR SALE—39 ACRES OP NO. 1 bottom land witbin 1 mile of lola at a bargain price; |500 down, balance on term to suit purchaser. Allen County Realty Co., Evans Bldg, lola. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, MY two, story modern residence, 219 N. Cottonwood. Reasons for selling, 'ea/inf cMy. Terns or cash. A. E. Balllet. FOR SALE—FINE BLACK JACK with white points. He Is a fine one and will sell cheap if sold soon. B. B. lirannum, Plqua. Kans. FOR SALE—6 ACRE TIMBER LOT on Neosho River. J. Stevens, Humboldt, Kansas. FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture; some new chicken wire. Mrs. If. E. Glassell 120 S. Stanley, Gas, Kans. FOR EXCHANGE. FO RTRADEJ—A GOOD SADDLE pony for it good milch cow. Call 402 North McRae street. Gas City. FOR RENT—FOR RENT FOR RENT—TWO 7-ROOM MOD- ern houses and a 4 and 5 room bouse not modern. Phone 5C9. 3. A. Adams. FOR RENT—MARCH 1ST, ONE 3- 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. FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED five room cottage; macadam street. Phone 660 after 7 p. m. FOR SALE—STOVE WOOD. TELB- phone 1049. WANTED—CLEAIf WHITE BAGS. Will pay 3 cento a pound. Begister OfflCCb .j^ LOST AND FOUND. LOST—QOLD CUFF BUTTON witH engraved Initial "B"; valued because a gift. Finder please return to the mayor's office. LOST—CHILD'S NECK FUR, white with gray stripes. Phone 1415 or leave at Register office. LOST—BU.VCH OF KEYS; FIVE small ones and one large one. Return to Register office. , STRICKEN WITH MIt. PHOBASCO. OF LV>YONYlLLi:. IN .SKinOlS (O.MHTION. A Lt'dun' liy Kt'v. Theodore Hiinson, of Kansas Tifj—News Notes of Mr. Prc •l )a^(•.^ wlio rrcfntly moved his family from .Mis.'^oiiri to hi.s property in l-,'inyonviI!e, i.s lyinjr very low today .TS a result of a stroke of apo- l)l«-xy which attacked him Friday night. The famUy came Frida.v, one day br-fore their honseliold goods arrived. By ih»^ kindness of neighbors ihey were provided with a bed. and other nece ^;5itie.•^. Instead of going to a liotp! -Mr. Probasco decided to spend the ni ;:ht in an old comfortable rocking chair. Aliout two o'clock Saturday morniniT, .Mrs. Proliasco called to her husband. No answer came and by an investigation she found he had fal- kn from the chair and was In an un- lonsiion.'; condition. By the prompt work of a ji !;ysician he was relleveil somewhat b\ii is still in a dangerous <iin <lition. TiiP liousehold goods arrived .Satiird.-iv ;ind iliey are now more comfortably located. E. .1. Ilondy lias .purclia.sed the Milcliell madiine formerly owned by Dr. Ciar]lnpl;oiise, of lola. MIKS Elva Hoycr, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. W. F. Boyer of south of town and Mr. Dana Anderson of south of were married Saturday by I'robate Judge Smith of lola. Both young ppojile are well known In the vicinity of Harpe and have many friends who art' offering heartiest con gratiilations. Rev. Theodore Hanson, of Kansas City, lectured last evening In the Pres- yterian church bn "The Flint Face." It was very profitable and delivered with power and eartnestness. A box supper will be given next Friday night at the IndeiMjndence school house south of town. Preceding the bos bidding will be held an old fashioned siwUing contest. A prize will be awarded the best speller. B. O. Shelton. of Quincy, Illinois, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Fowler this week. Mrs. Anna Barker and daughter. Miss Lutte have returned from Independence after a short visit with Mrs. Edith Barker-Johnson. Little Miss Ama Doty is \islting her grandmother, Mrs. Moules in Moran, for a few dajs. R. H. Hurlock of Fort Scott, spent yesterday with" his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hurlock. Mr. and Mrs. S. Gardner, of south of town, are the jiroud parents of twin sons born Friday morning. A daughter was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Frank RIggs of three miles of town. E. E. Listen, manager of the Baldwin high school basket ball team that defeated lola Friday night, si>ent Saturday with his old college friend Ralph Ma.\son, of this place. Will Baker arrived Friday from RockforA, Colorado, called here on account of the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. R. S. Baker, of east of town. J. O. Brown was in Kansas City FrI- IRA B. FRANTZ ^ REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST Humboldt, Kas. Moran. afternoon of Jan. 16 and all day the 17th. LaHarpe, Jan. 18th and 19th. iliy and Saturday. He had tlic piras- uro of hearing Lhevinne, the great l-ianist. Mr. adn. Mrs. Ira McGinnis, of Redfield were the guests of J. L. McGinnis ami family over Sunday. —F. S. Halra M. D.. Oculist .Man. O. D. Hartley, John Kohler and Geo. Donald refurned Friday from Kansas City where tlicy attended the Imple- nient convention. .Mrs. Piioebe Kirker, of Unlontown, sj)ent Saturday with Mrs. L. J. Preston. •^Mcn's ?3.."0 shoes |2.8.-) Monday and Tues(Uiv.—Ricketts, The Shoe Man. .Mr-. K. .M. .Norton and daughter .Mis.« Tura Norton, have returned from Wirliiia. after an extended visit with t:ielr daiifiJiter and sister, Mrs. Garner. .Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman were called to Wellington Saturday on account of the serious lllnes-s of Dr. C. \V. JUnnicij who formerly practiced in Gas City. —.Men's $2..">0 shoes at $1.!)0 .Monday • mi Tuesday.—Ricketts, the Shoe Man. .Mrs. J. T. Dowlcr was pleasantly reminded of her birthday Friday after- Eoon. A nur.'ber of close friends gath ered at her home where games and interesting conversations occupied most of the time. Light refreshments wero served. Mrs. Dowler was remem b"red with many nice presents. Miss Jessie Fitzpatrlck spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Pearl Leake, of north of lola. • C. E. Pennington shipped a car of hogs to Kansas City Saturday. Tlie I. O. O. F. lodge will put on first ocgree work this evening. —Men's $4.00 shoes at J3.25 Monday and Tuesday.—Ricketts The Shoe The M. W. .\. lodge will put on initiatory work Wednesda.r evening. Peet Brothers have sold their merry-go-round to a man near Bronson. —Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear Z'tc the piece. Monday and Tuesday. —Ricketts, the Shoe Man. flB. RENNICK IS VERY ILL PXEI'MONIA MAY BE FATAL TO FOR.MEK (JAS CITY DOCTOR. Ilein? Cared for at foiintry Home Near >VeIlingfun—News -Notes of Has City. Dr. C. W. Rcnnick, who practiced medicine hero for years and is well known all over tlie county, is lying very low at his country home near Wellington suffering with pneumonia fever. Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman of LaHarpe left Saturday for that place. Charlie Hutchinson of Chanufe is spending a week with friends here. Frederick Frevcrt of this city, Mrs. C. L. Evans of I^aHarpe, and Stanley I Church of Bartlesville were in Kansas ' City Friday and Saturday to hear Kubelik. the violinist and Lhevinne the pianist. Miss Zella Page of South of La­ Harpe was visiting friends hero Saturday., Prank and Homer Epling of Collins vllie are visiting their mother, Mrs. Mary Epling for a few days. Miss Bessie W»bb will return Fort Scott tomorrow evening. to Notice to rarents. The second term of school will begin next .Monday January 22, 1312, and all children who have never attended school before and who will be six years of age on or before Marclv :'.">, 1912, will be permitted to enter, provided they enroll during the first two weeks of the term. T. E. OSBORN, Supt. Secret of Woman's Bennty. There is no secret about a woman's beauiy. It all lies in the care she devotes to herself and keeping at bay those fearful female diseases. No wo- uan can be beautiful who suffers from aches and pains, "the bitres," dizziness and irregularities. Intelligent women now feel free to ar-knowledge that Lydia E. Plnkham's Vesetable Compound overcomes the multitude of painful jiilroents peculiar to women and restores the system to a normal healthy condition and your druggist will tell you that he sells more LydIa E. Plnkham 's Vegetable Compound than all other medicines for female ills put together. J. J. Ragnn. J. C. Edday and C. M. Oaks of Oswego were here and in lola Saturday in connection with the injunction suit against the Gas com- vany. Miss Elva Boyer of south of La­ Harpe who visited Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Chtindler last week, and Mr. Dana An derson of south of Moran were married by Judge Smith of Iota. The couple will reside in Parsons. J. R. West is spending the week with relatives in Mapleton. Elmer Ix)ng and son Eldon of Cba- nute are visiting the Long families in Gas and lola this week. Miss Beulah Adams who has been visiting Mrs. H. Adams south of the city, returnsd to her home in Lawrence today. C. P. Day returned to his work Saturday at the smelters. He has been off duty on account of a severe attack of rheumatism. J. E. Hunter came up yesterday to enjoy a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hunter. The ladies of the Christian church will hold their tea tomorrow from 4 until 8:30 p. m. Everyone invited. SICKLY CUILDBEX .Uadc StronB.and Bosy by Vinol—It Makes Tbem Eat Pale, sickly children usually have poor appetites. But you can get them to eating heartily In a few days by giving them Vinol, our delicious tonic in teaspoonful doses. There is a l)ook in every package that-tells Exactly what to do for such children. "Seven years ago.when my little girl was two years old," says Mrs. Carl Wittenburg, of Brooklyn, "she was quite delicate and we ga*e her Vinol. It helped her so much that this spring when the doctor said she had weak lungs and needed blood, I knew Vinol would do her good again. I started her on It right away and it does her far more good than all the doctor's lUi'dicines. 1 feel like .we are putting new life into our little girl when we give her Vinol." Children like to take-Vinol for the taste Is pleasant, and we guarantee that Vinol will build them up and make them strong—It it does not we give back your money. S. R. Burrell Druggist, lola, Kans. Farm and Ciiy Loans KASSAS ASH OKLAHOXl Low Bate; Annaal or Seml-Annna) Interest—FrlTlIege to Pay In Full Reduced Bates on Fire Insnrance! R.M.Cunninghaiii Old Conrt Honse BIdtr. lola. Kas. Bcffster Want lis Oct Om Bb. ttei SpHngm, Ark. Round Trip Tickets, lola to Hot Springs. Ark., with retnm limit of three months from date of sale, with stop-orer priTllecea going and retimi on sale every day in the year, for 818.60 The one way fare Is tl2-*i- E. E MUNGER. PkenelCO. tta^PMAfMl An English Jek*. Brown-I sxy. Smith, are you good at conundrums? Smith—My boy, I am great at su;li things. Fire away. Brown—Well, if It takes n man three days to chew n hain weighing ten pounds, how long will It take the same man to chew a hauimer weighing six pounds? Smith (after considering some time)—I'll give it up. old chap. Brown (as he prepares to" ilodje things)—It win depend whether ho i.-i a professional or a hammer chewer.—London Answers. .4LE YOU 5EED IS A CASCABET TONIGHT. Xo Sick Headache, BUIoas Stomach, Coated Ton^e or Constipated Bowels by .Vomlng. Turn the- rascals out—the headache, the biliousness, the indigestion the sick sour stomach and foul gases -turn them out tonight and keep them out with Cascarets. Millions of men and women take a CascaYet now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels or an upset stomach. Don't put in another day of distress. Let Cascarets cleanse and regulate your stomach; remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and that misery-making gas; take the excess bile from your liver and carry out of the system all the decomposed waste matter and poison in the/iotestines and bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret tonight wlU surely straighten yotx out by morning. They work while you sleep. A 10 -cent box from any .drus. store means a clear bead and cneerfulneaa for months. The children love to take Cascaretts because they taste (ood—never gripe or sicken. •. WISfc. January IS.—The bitter cold weather makes us appreciate the mild weath er so much. • The bereaved friends and relatives of Grandma Chllcote who died so suddenly Thursday of this week, have our deepest sympathy. She was lov>ed b; all who knew her. We failed to mention Mr. A. 1. Mont gomery's Christmas turkey, an old friend and neighbor, Mr. Glen who now lives near Humboldt, sent him. The turkey was a fine large one and was much enjoyed. Mrs. Culver who has been visiting in Bartlesville, Okla., since before Christ mas, came home last week. Press Weatherman lost a nice shoat during the cold weather. The larger , hogs laid on it and smothered it. Mr. Irwin is looking for a shredder to come soon to shred his com. Word was received from Grandma Montgomery who is now in the Pan Handle, that they had twenve degrees below zero weather there. Mr. Weatherman sold the school dis trict a nice large heating stove which :hcy have Installed in the school room Our teacher. Miss Owens, worked bravely to keep the pupils comfortable during the cold weather and even offered to share her wraps with some of Uie little ones. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin attended the funeral of old Mr. Tarria. in Colony, Wednesday. Our mall carrier hasn't failed to make any of his trips, but a few mornings it was too cold to sort the mail, so he put it all In one box. That weather was something fierce several froze their ears, nose and toes. Mr. Irwin has a fine lot of fat hogs about ready for market Mr. -Montgomery sure enjoys his graphophone. He was dressed and sat in his chair one day this week, the first time he has been able to be dressed for over three months. He has to' lie in bed most of the time, as he is too weak to sit up. Wednesday morning it was so foggy one could see only a few feet from them. Little Glen Irwin started to school at Prairie Union across the fields to shorten the distance, and having no roads to guide him. got lost and wandered into Colony. Report of Wise school for month I ending January 15th, 1912. Number enrolled. 19. Average dally attendance, 17.6. No cases of tardiness. Number neither absent nor tardy, 8. Those neither absent nor tardy are: Mae Mc- Klnney, Emma Smart, Francis Weatherman,* Maudie McKinney, Lizzie Smart, Lloyt) Culler. Byrd Eppley, Johnny Butler.—Opal Owens, teacher. The Allen County Realty Co. Make a specialty of selling Allen County Farms. We also write Insurance of all kinds, coUect renU, pay taxes for non-residents, and do a general real estate business. We represent three of the best loan companies doing business In Kansas, and solicit a share of the loan business, and guarantee as cheap rates and ' quick service as can be had anywhere. The Allen County Realty Co. B. L. Thompson, Mgr. OFFICES BVAIia BLDQ. lOLA OUB 30 DAI BABGADT. We have a fine tract of grazing and timber land in Eastern Oklahoma, to exchange for a well located modem house in lola; 480 acres at |5.00 per acre, $2400. Land clear and good title. Anything offered must be clear Here Is a chance to double your money In two or three years. K Whitaker & Donnell, lola, Sans. PROFS'NAL DIRECTORY a HONEY TO lOAjr. • B Will lend on household gooda, 9 « pianos, organs, sewing ma- 9 $ chines, diamonds 9 3» J. W. COFFEY • » 110 iTorth'Street. « a $ $ $ S -S « $ mm $ $ 3- $ $ « -f * MOHn TO i^AHi n > win lead oa houaahold pui'*. • VUusM. otpOM. sewlna • aklSM, ilamondB and Jewciry. • J. W. COfFKY • • U« K«rth Btnel « Boyal Typewriter Agency • Controls Exclusive Sale of tb* 9 Soyal Standard TypewritM S in Allen Ck >unty 9 B. B. Bussing, Agent * Northrup Building lola, Kans. a TypeiRtter Bepalw and SafpUM • Dr. C. S. But Boom ITA^'^^^'l^^riv BMf. 1^ SztraetloB irlthoat pab l>y tb* V use of Nitrons Oxide Ou .ft Phone—OUica 6S8; Res. Sil.lff m ... WHX • Tonr Plaso Tnnad fer u' ft StxpeHenoed Tuner—O B« Ur- ft Ist'iB'your hont tows. S . T.J1, CAlTATSn ft '>--nno Tner ani Bepatnc • KoIiHshs Mnsle Co. Phooa 411 • 9 9 F. I. B. LEITELL. 1. li 9 gpedaltles— 9 Dlaessea of tbo CbMi 9 Diseases of CbUdrw, 9 Fkcnes-Ofllee 147r Bet. lit. • 9 lOLA. 8TATB BAMK BUM • i « i * B M I Xitato aai IlmtMk • * AUCHOSBBB *, * Satisfaction guataata«d .inr «ar * * 9boaM at my expense for dates- # «• B T B. CLASS, § * laMiGnter Over Cwib Ink • * § FARM lOAJfS! CHEAP JfOJTEYI We represent one of the best Farm Loan Companies doing business In the Uate of Kansas. We can loan on arms anywhere in Eastern or Central Kansas. Our rates are the lowest and our terms are the best Call or write us when In need of a farm loan. Phone 97. THE PETEBSON LAND COMPANY Old Conrt Honse Bldg. MO>EY TO lOAN OX FABSS! If you arp wanting a Farm Loan let me tell you about my terms and rates. I handle private and Eastern money. C. 0. BOLLDTGEB lola, Knng. Fred Steele the son of W. T. Steele, who during tho past year has had several severe attacks of appendicitis, suffered another mi'd attack yesterday morning. The only method In sight of obtainintr relief seems to be an operation, and Mr. Steele, providing his condition Is not too serious, will be removed Tuesday to Klrksville, Uo., and will })robably undergo an operation Thursday. AGENTS MAKE BIG MONEY SELL Jng our line of teas, coffees, spices, etc. .Big InducemenU. Liberal terms. For particulars address Grand TTnlon Tea Company, <10 Kansas Ave., Topeka Saitsss. . » ^ :^ > I FOR SALE! 50 HEAD H0BSE8 and MULES .1 have just shipped In 25 head from Coffey Co.—some weaning mare mule colts, some yelling mare mules. One pair lules five and six years old, tt 2500 lbs. One pair of six and seven years old, weight 2500 lbs. Several other mules In the bunch. They are & 1I well broke. Several head of oraes' 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 Hone and Mule Market 1 block west SanU J. C. Bnlcher FkoM 88t t PHILLIP HEIGILB 110)& south St •iBNSSS Aim SADDXLBI 2. Genenl Bepaldag, AH Kiaig X H05ET TO LOU on all Unda of household goods or Jevelry-HwytUnK of nlUk Bigus Fawn Sbop^.IQast atit Squarai Offlca In Fruit ,;8t0r«. All transaetlonB strlctlr dentisL «S9 «a«aa««ft«ftftftftft « Olffce Bes. ft, f Phone 18S. Pbom m-TL ft 9 DB. J. 0. WALKB& ft: 9 Kress Bl^ ft 9 Successor to Dr. 8. A. Cottmam ft' Special atteiMon to Obststrtai ft ^ ind XHseake of Chlldrens ft' !99999 «999999ftftaftft> lOLA R. VLmtE TABLED A. S. * 8. R BAHWAI Ko. 201—CaUr PhsMncer l:lf»Sk raiSJH^ (^&diyy!f^3 No. aes-iwly (oapt gtmday) Freigtit. ArtVo U:1S a. m. . part. ......... B :tt BIssoitriPaclfle B. B. Frafgfhta^Wett Beoiid, 4M— Local (dar ' • 4Sl-rGcto._Rad- 468-B«l Sal^<ffilj5^.t...,..., .4OT— Kansas Q ^^atM. Center,^ (daDtar ).|T» i....:....t -M -^m ^•^ - JAuMMMi«--Ca(t Bouiid. • ^ 410—St. Loals-Kanaaa City Mall and nntaa tAaa-m- 408- (dasm ar. ..7:1 TB. m Ltwls^Kansas City Man aaff BK^: Prera (dafly> ar. ....t« a. IL K, * t. BAILWAT South BomO. *Va. sn—Way FreWit, C*Uly Bnnila 'T^ Ko. No. No. . ^ No. NO .-7S— MtSe* . •Na- S7£-«^a7 Freigbt. (dally 8un*«> wITJ carry •571 u^'%'S ' —Persons-troubled with pBrt&l.pii^ ralysls at» often rery nraob ItanttfUS by mksasgtnr th* sffeatsU ^ttt> thorbugbly. when avplyinr Chaii>til #i7 lalttV-Jlitalmait. This Mhiiast sMb relfevM tbeumstlo psiiik; PottiUfW all deslers.-. •

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