Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 24, 1912 · Page 5
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Tell Your Wants to 20,000 People Cliaaply and Quicki^^^^ FELIX AND FINK FINALLY GET A PUPIL, BUT HE CERTAINLY GETS FELIX. WANTS—ALL KINDS. WANTED—GOOD LAND, WELL Improved lying near lola. Will buy hair section or more If worth the money asked. Give price and full partifulars for reply. Owners only. Meshew & Company, Tnlsa, Okla. WANTKD—WOOD TO SAW WITH btuz saw. Phone 4C1. WANTKH—I'.OAKDKllS AND ROOM P!•^•. pc )(pd roon:?; modern house. Piione 20G. WANTF .n— SALKSMKN FOR THK Gtiii Oil Hiiriii-r: burnr; nil and steam, i'< •'ntiiiiica!. ^:tt'•-. no liirt, MiH'ko or .'^.lortt. In.-t;i!!'-d any .-u>vc in twenty miniit'"s witlioiit c!)an:;inir .-tov.\ C'i>n- tr.-ii r:n;r au. nr> Krantid ••.\chisivo ter- ri;nry, K-^tail JK'"". For as'-nts and «;;(>;.'s.i:- .\ddrf.-.'^ GL'SU Hu;nir Co, \>f> Mojne?, Iowa. WANTS—ALL KINDS. WAXTKD — THREE FURNISHED room? for light house keeping. Ad- cr.^.^ B. care Register. WANTKIV— SACKS AT THE VA- f.itta Ki -'ed Yard. WANTKD—WOOD TO S.\W OR ::nv kind of work. Phone .'JlT. W A NT i: l>— K X P K lU ENC KI) • • 11 .\ M - l ^Tiuaid. Kelly Iloiel. Do not call FOR EXCHANGE. W A NTK D—E X PEK i ENCED SALES lady in dry ijond.c. at Fri.-hnian's. \\'.\NTKI)—.\ CENT IN EVERY .'.•at- to taki? till' .statf niiincy to .<i 'll iiiiial tiiHi Tt'tc .-^iilew^lk forms; money makt r. .Metal Sidewalk Form Co, 1 .la. Ka.<. FOR SALE—WHITE I'LY .MOrTII l;o<k cor-k.-r^-!?. E2S.< boiixh' la>t -•.rinir "f t". U. Fishel. Hope, Ind. S".'. ' North Sffond. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. FOR SALE—TWO EFSHBL GOOD clover seed. F. S. McKelvey, Gas Kas. FOR SALE—WHITE ORPINGTON cockerels. Phone 424. Sfi ACRES 10 .MILES FROM PAR^\)^s Utbette toiinty; s-iiiouth land, j;ood blaek soil all tillable acres i>roke. Price $.'>•» per airre; mortgaK*' $11'"> 0 per cent. Want Kood lola property for equity, lola l«ind Company, lola, Kans. FOR SALE—AT A BAJIGAIN, modern r<».sldence at 423 South street. Phone 210. FOR SALE—MY COUNTRY HOME ne.st of Hospital, I'Vfe acres ground, C room house, the finest barn in Allen county, good cistern, good cellar all bricked up good, an ideal place to live. Hea.son for ."elling, am located in the West where I have business IntCTests. This place will make'a nice chicken ranch or dairy farm. Call or write, A. M. Kooken, Colorado Springs Colo. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. FOR SALE—39 ACRES OP NO. 1 bottom land within 1 mile of Ida at a bargain price; |aOO 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, leaviiii' c 'ly. Teim.s or cash. A. E. Dailiet. FOR SALE—FINE BLACK JACK with white points. He is a fine one and will sell cheap if sold soon. B. B. IJrannura, PIgua, Kans. FOR SALE—fi ACRE TIMBER LOT on .Neosho River. J. Stevens, Humboldt, Kansas. FOR SALE—CHEAP IP TAKEN .=oon; four room house, small barn, laree May cherry trees, grape vines, weii and city water; 4:{» N. First. i2'>0 down, balance on time 15.00 per month. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. FOR SALE—SVi ACRES LAND ON street car line. Terms. W. E. Starks. FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture; some new chicken wire. Mrs. R. E. Glassell 120 S. Stanley, Gas, Kans. FOR SALE—FIVE WHITE OR- plngtoa pullets and one coctcerll. Dr NeuEome. Phone 824. OUE 30 DAT BAHGAIX. We have a tine tract of grazing and timber land in Eastern Oklahoma, to exchange for. a well located modern bouse in Ida: 480 acres at |3.00 per acre, $2400. Land clear and good title. Anything offered must be clear. Here is a chance to double your money in tw^o or three years. M'liltaker & Vonnell, lola, Eans. > GOOD 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE in one block of car line, to trade for 4 or 5-room house . Phone 1330. THE DHY'S NEWS AT UHARPE Uns. BXKKR, PIONKKU, PIES XY- IVH 1.0.\«; ILLNESS, .*>'tep«> Taken i"or the Ortranlzalittn «i a Social Purity ( lub by .Mr. llaii-un. LA HARPE. .Ian. 24—Mr.-^. R. S. Baker died yr -terday ir.oininK at 11 o'clock at her home east of town! .Mrs. Baker iia-s b-tn suffering witli cancer of the liver for a year but it was not ihoujiht her condition serious until aliout one week ajro. Mrs. Baker is a mother of twelve children whom, with a husband, survive. The children are: .Mrs .M (.:iy Eckler. Mrs. Pearl Long of Elsmore. Mr.~. Griffith of near .Moran. Ives Baker of Ilqaiiny Okla., San:. Scott. .Jam-.-. Charlie Will, Clarence Frank and .Arthur Baker of this city. Mr. James Montouth and Son. :?am, father and brother of the d-ceased, of Toulton, lil'.nois. arrived Sunday. The Baker .family have made their home here f. r thirty years and i ;a-.e ;ari;e number of fr.'tnds who ex­ tend !i ;eir sincere --yiujiathy to the bereaved relatives. T:.e .fur .'-ra! services vvil! be conducted frorji th»- home to­ morrow .-norninc at h' o"< !o' k witli Rev .1 11. BriL'ht. of E'l.iioria. officiat in!-'. Inteniient wi;: be in the .Mi ^ran < ••rneterv. —F. S Halm .M. D., Oculist Theodon- Han-on d'!ii.erid a very ini 'Testin:; talk .Monday e -.^nin;; to t:ie ni >n in the Presbyterian church. Mr. Hanson fok steps for tlie orcani^a- tion of a Social Purity club in thi.- city Tti'- obj»ct. Is to !;a\e the cliurche.-: Iod ;;es. W. (' T. U.. city counci'.. mayor unii i-rac-rii aJly every orfr.Tnization to lentralize their work for the well- far.- i.f our ci ;y. Prof Shearer wa.s ap ].dinted chairiiiaa of a couimittee that wjil meet F.-iday evening and nomin­ ate officers which will be elected at a ih--'injr one ev. ninu' next week. Iian Wiiite iias rented his farm south of town to Robert I^ttimer of Bear Elsmore. -Mr. White is contem- iiiaiin? Hiovin^ to Ij Harr'<=. C. F. .lohn.-on. of lo'.a. will l.-( ture Tiiursday eveninj: February 1st. at the .Metnuli .-^t church on " T ;:- Passion Play of Ober-.\mmert :au'" illustrated by a stereo'pticon. —Just receiif.,} a rnent of B '.ankes Faust Blend Coffee Price 3'>e 3.'c, 4tjc, 4'JC per pound. L. P. Malcom. L. E. Burtch and fatiiiiy are moving to the property in Ohlfest addition, recently vacated by Mr. John Wasson. .\ I.ieai) Year party will be given this evening at tiie home of Miss Line Robins Tiie boys are cons: ierin;; it a bijc Joke as the ?ir !s will <an for them —but wait until tomorrow and sec if the boys dr. n 't n jK-nt a fine time ami asree tiiat tlie >:irl- know how to conduct affairs \i)< to date. —One lot luidies" Shoe? in broken .<:izes to close out at foHowing: $1.73 shoes for Jl.r.O; $2.10 for Jl.-.O; $2..'.0 for Jl ..-.'j; J2.T.-. for Jl.S.-.; $3 .<;>0 for $2.2.1, and $'J .:0 for $2.5i>. . M J. R. Smith's. Tlie high school ba.sket ball boys will play t!ie seiond Y. M. C. A. team tomorrow evening In the Wert hall. A number froju here attended the sale at the Shields' farm yesterday. The Shields famllj- will leave soon tor IRA B. FRANTZ REGISTERED OPTOJTETeiST Humboldt, Kae. -Moran, afternoon of Jan. IC and all day the 17th. Lallarpe, Jan. ISth and 19th. Ore:;on to make their home. .Mis.; Josie Weitli of lola, v .a.= the cues: "f -Mrs. E. 11. Toby yesterday. .\ number of the old settlers from I.a Harpe attended the funeral of Miss .Alice .lolinson in lola yesterday. —Fifty cent Wool Uress Goods for 2:;c during Clearance sale at J. R. smith's. .Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Davis, of Frairie Hal!, spent yesterday with .Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. Brown. U'. It .\litchell is moving his store from I-myonviile to the building re- i -ntly vacated by the Edwards gro- < • ry. .Mr. Will Probasco who suffered a stroke of apop !e .\y ia.=t P'riday n'ight, !-; still in a critical condition. The ; neij ;hb .jrs are compelled to sit up with hiiii each evc•niI;l,^ .\d l!renn;in iias returned from a skort vi-it in Kansas City. — Ladies' Sfusiin Cnderwear at Cltarand- Sale pric.-«i at J. It. Smith's. C!;ar;!' !;« yuier. of Waterville. Wash iUL 'ton. wiio lias bien visiting in In|d ana. >'opi,ed off l :i -re for a i ^iiort vls- i. «lt!j 111., brotiier. F. F. Bi ymer be- tnri returning hotn«. will', ills ;:ro;)erty liere. I T::e Encampnient of the I. O. O. F. ! d:.e met in regular session last n!-'>,t. i.';hn T<d!e ship'ied a car of bay to GAS FLOWS HGIIIN IK BIS CITY AN ORDER OF THE COIRT FORC ES rO.HPANY TO Tl R> IT ON. TIic Case Hill Come up for Final Hciirinsr romorroH or the .Nest Day. j .Kan-a- Cjry ye-t»rday. —T. .1 pt-r cMnt discount on Wall ; r .-i.er until new line arrives, which b>' tte first of next month. 2<>'' d;-<o;int on job lots.—Waters & Uan- l f' nil. Dru^is and Jewelrv. 1 J. W. Wiley, of Wichita, was in to,\n ye~!er<;ay on busine.s.s connected DOES^W RELY KKEAK A COLD. .\I.o End* All MKery from Grippe In Ju'*! a Few Hours, Tiiere is not one >:rain of quinine ill Pap'-'s Cold Compound, which when t.:ken every two hours, until three <•»»>.cijiiv.- do.>;es ::re taken, will .-i- rely end the grippe and break up tie most severe cold, either in the head, chifsr. back. stou:ach or limbs. It jironijitly relieves the most mls- erabl' headache dullness, head and iM >.se stuffed lip, feverishness. sneezing, sore throat, running of the nose, c:,tarr!i;>.! affections, soreness, stiffness :•• li rheijiijatic twinge.^. P»|.e-s Cold CouiiMjund is the result of tliree years' research at a rost of IC ire tban fifty thousand dollar.s, and <•< iitains no quinine, which we have <•< iiclusively demonstrated is not ef- fe.-tive in the treatment of colds or grippe. Take this !:armles.< Compound as directed, with the knowledge that there Is no other medicine made any- wliere else in the world which will lire your cold or end fJrlpp misery as i.romplly and without any other assistance or bad after -effects as a 2.'cent package of Pape's Cold Com- ixiund. wblrh any druggist In the world can supply. It was suggesti-d numerous times yesterday that the name of our town be changed, but last night at 8 o'clock all such proposals were done away with and our little town looked natural again. Yesterday morning about 9 o'clock the gas was shut off without a min- 1 ute's notice and had it not been "tor some handy "goods boxes" it is likely i that a few at least, would have gone hungry. Mayor Shufford called a meeting of the council to discuss the situation.' Ten minutes after the meeting had convened It was suggested going to Ida and consult attorneys about the matter. The mayor and council spent a busy afternoon at the county seat. They returned at dusk with Undersherlfr Dunfee who had papers issued by Judge Foust compelling the company's agent to turn on the CHS. Had rhe company's cm- tdoye refused to do so an representative of the Portland Pipeline company would have carritd out the order and the amount of gas used from that time until Thursday would have been charged to the city. J. 3. Regan an employe of the Deliing company was in Ida when the order came and he lmme<ilately telephoned the local man ager, Mr. Carmain to turn on the ,;a8. So at S o'clock the city was comfort- .--•ble again. The City and not the citizens Is the active body in the controversy just uow. A final hearing will be' held Thursday in lola. The situation prows more serious each day and the council thinks it time to act for the welfare of the people. Not much suffering resulted from the turn of th<> wrench yc.«terday but everyone in the city was somewhat inconvenienced. Th» fire boys will give an oyster sup per tomorrow evening in the hose house for tbe mayor and his wife, the city councilmen and families of the department members. "The tea given at the hon:e of Mrs. Kuuffmau yesterday was a grand success. Walter H. Adams of north of town has brought suit in the district court to collect $100 damages alleged to be due him from F. L. HawUy and J. ('. Mi'rcer for the loss of a horse al- legt>d to have beeiV caused by Haw- bv's horse kicking Adamas' horse. The da'e of the trial has not been set. Ira Landts was called to Eldorado y.-sterday on ••'ccount of the serious illness of his father. The gas controversy brought more men out on the streets of the city yesterday than there has been for some time. J C. Wilson and Mrs. Lizzie I-^nd of Brcnson spent yesterday with .Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Carl. A number of the friends and neigh- bcrs of Mrs. M. I). Arbuckle gave her a ple|:sant surprise Monday evening in hopor of ber blrtbday onnlversarr. A three roursc luncheon wu served and a most enjoyable evening report- BuyTone'sSpices At Carl & Hunter's ed. Ed Hunter and Frederick Frevert at tended the music club in lola yesterday. T. J. Essex of Gridley was in the city yesterday looking after property interests. .Mr. Essex contemplates moving here. THE FAVORITE LAX.4TITE. ODO at XJifht ILifcos the >'ext Doy Bright; No Charge I( It Doesn't. Because of its extremely gentle and effective action Rexall Orderlies have become the most popular remedy for constipation. We are so positive that Rexall Orderlies will do nil that is claimed for them that we positively guarantee to hand back the money you paid us for them upon your mere request, if you are not entirely satisfied. Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy, are very pleasant to the taste, do not gripe, cause nausea, or any other annoyance usually experienced when ordinary cathartics are used. Rexall Orderlies have a positive regulative effect upon the bowels and tend to provide permanent relief from constipation and the myriad of associate ailments. Besides, they help to overcome the necessity of the constant u.se of laxatives to keep-the bowels in normal condition. We honestly believe there is no .similar medicine so good as Rexall Orderlies, especially for children, aged or delicate people. They are prepared in convenient tablet form In three sizes of packages. Prices 10c, 2.'>c and ."iOc. Why not try them at our risk on our guarantee? Remember, Rexall Remedies can be obtained in this community only at our store—The Rexall Store. S. U. Burrell. Druggist. West Side Square. LEGALS. (First Published January 10. 1912.) SUMMONS. FRANK SANDERSON and FOR SALE—NIX'S NICE PIGS, weeks old. Tom Wade, Gas Kas, FOR SALE—SEASOXED STOVE wood. Earl C. Monfort. Phone 997-23. FOR SALE—CHEAP IP T.\KEN soon; house and. lot. Address 8 S. tJhio street. FOR SALE—ROSE CO.MB RHODE Island Red Cockerels. Also eggs for setting. Louis Wheeler. Phone 310. FOR RENT—FOR RENT FOR RENT—TWO 7-ROOM MOD- ern houses and'a 4 and 5 room house hot modern. Phone 569. J. A. Adams. FOR RE.NT—MARCH 1ST, 0.\E 3- roomed house and 3 acres of ground.; plenty of fruit and good water; first house north of cement bridge on ea.st side of Kentucky street road. Address .Mrs. Hattie Kerr,. lola. Kans., or phone 988-24. FOR RE.NT—186 ACRE FARM IX Vernon county Mo.; 120 acres plow land. 15 acres bearing orch'ar^ Inquire G. C. Parlasca, La Harpe, Kas. The Alien Counly Realty Co. Make a specialty of Mlllns Allen County Farmi. We also write InaurancA of all kinds, collect renta, pay taxes for non-residents, and do a general real estata bunlness. We represent tbres of the best loan companies dolnie bust' ness In Kansas, and soliclf a shore of the loan bnslnaes. and ruarantee as cheap rates and quick service as can be bad anywhere. .: The Allen County Realty Co. It. L. Th«nps«B, nwn OFFICES KVAZiS BLOO lOLA S.\.X'DERS6X, flrsr name unknown, his wife, and each of them will, take notice that they have been sued with others as defendants by J. E. Wert as plaintiff, in civil action No. 9597 in the District Court of Allen County. Kansas, and unless they and each of them answer plaintiff's petition filed tbereib on or before the 23rd day of February, 1912 said petition will be taken as true and judgment and decree will be rendered and entered therein setting aside and cancelling a certain tax deed dated September 4. 1911. and covering the following-described real estate in .\llen County, Kansas, to-wit: Beginning at the northeast corner of the Northwest quarter (Vi). thencv south 1326.5 feet, thence west '.t;*7 feet thence north 978.8 feet, ihcnc .i east 312.75 feet, thence north 34S .2 feet, thence east CS1.25 feet (less a tract of land containing Zh* acres and less a tract of land containing 10.08 acres! containing 14.49 acres in Section Thirty-five (35), Township Twenty-four (24), Range Nineteen (19.1, which deed was made by Allen County. Kansas, to defendant Frank Sanderson and was filed for record and is recorded In Deed Book 60 at page 435 In the Register of Deeds office of said county, and excluding theni and each of them from any right, title, estate. Interest In or Ilcn upon said described real estate', except that defendant Frank Sanderson may be adjudged to have a lien upon .said real estate for the amount of consideration paid by him for said deed, the sum paid for recording the same and subsequent taxes paid by him together with Interest on said sums as provided by law; and quieting the title of plaintiff to an imdivided one-half Interest In .said real estate and for such other and different relief a.=: to the court may seem proner. and for costs. CAMPBELL & GOSHORN. .Attorney.s for Plaintiff. Atte.st: JOHN W. BROWN (SEAL) Clerk District Court. (l)-10-17-24. FOR RENT—SIX ROOM HOUSE two blocks from square; city water. Phone 981-14. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—CHILD'S NECK FUR, white with gray stripes. Phone 1415 or leave at Register office. (First PublL^ihed in the lola Daily Register Jan. 3. 1912) >'otlce of Final Settlement The State of Kansas, .^llen County, ss. In the Probate Court in and for said County. In the matter of the E:state of Jesse Rosenberger, deceased. Creditors and ail other persons interested in the aforesaid estate are hereby notified that I shall apply to the Probate Court, in and for said County, sitting at the Court House In Ida County of Allen, State of Kansas for a full and final settlement of said estate. JNO. F. GOSHORN, AdminLstrator of the Estate of Jesse Roenberger, Deceased. lola. Kan., Jan. 3, A. D. 1912. ^1)-3-19-17-24 In the last elevn years In this coun txy about 50.000 people have been killed and 55,000 Injured by walking on railroad tracks. Such tracks are not public thoroughfares. Sheriff Hoover Kerr went to Topeka yesterday to attend a meeting of the Kansas State Sheriffs Assocla- tloiL He will return tonight FARM lOANS! CHEAP MONET! We represent one of the best Farm Loan Companies doing business In the State of Kansas. We can loan on farms 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. TIIE PETERSON LAND COMPAJfT Old Conrt House Bldg. Farm and Ciiy Loans KA5SAS AXD OKLAHOMA Low Bate) Annual or SemLAnnoal InterMt—FilTUeg* to Pay la FnJI Redaeed BatM on FIra Insunuie*! R. /ViXunnffigham Old Conrt House RIdff. laU, Kas. Hot Sprlngm, Ark, Round Trip Tickets. Iota to Hot Springs, Ark., with retnm. liiiiit of three months from date of sale, with stop-over privHegei going and return on sale every day In the year, for eis.eo The one way fare la |U.W. E. E. MUNGER, Fkone IW, Xo, Pse. lg«at Vd^iter Waat Ada Get tka Bfa. SUGGEST OLEO FOBf BUTTEB. Congreiisman Has Bfll Looklof to Lower Grocery Bills. Washington. Jan. 24.—^The increase in the price of butter ordered by the> Eiigin Butter Board, and the prediction that the commodity would go to 60 cents a pound has given impetus to the campaign in Congress for a reduction in the oleomargarine tax. C^irman Lever of the subcommittee of the House Committee on Agriculture has been considering the oleomargarine bills and will recommend a bill to the whole committee tomorrow designed to lower the tax on oleomargarine from 10 cents to less than 1 cent a pound. The bill provides a fine and imprisonment for the sale of oleomargarine under the guise of butter. The chair man hopes to get it throu^ the House within a month. It is believed this will do something to lower the cost of living. Letters from women's clubs. labor organizations and civic bodies hare- been sent the committee In great num. bers since the butter market qnoU- tlons from Elgin have become gener- aUy known. « V MiWfET TO LOA*.^, , • 3r . WUl Irad on householi )_«oodfl^ 4 $ pianos, organs, sewing ma- 9 * 'chfnes.~ fflamonda. and. Jewelry. * * • .lilf.^.COFEEi: « S ' ' Iff irertfi Slwet 3* $ $ mm &-S % $ « ifl 3 Boyar Typewriter Agency ( 3 Controls Ezi^nsive Sile.i|[( th* < a JKoyal Standard Tjpewfltejr < S In Alloi'Con &tjr I S ]!. B^Bdssiair. Aii^t. * Norl^riip. BuUdIng ^ I«^ ^ TlPewdifei; fiepairs and ^ipjfUS i C »« » S £ S.£ j-$ £1! £ Dr. a 3L Rue S DEMTISZ.-.,, - . m Boom So. 1, Xorlhrnp, Bld^ 3 Extraction without pa.in-b)>,t ^e S use of Nitrous 0xfde_0fc4. a Phone—Officer 653: Hii iO: $ s;^ «,$ s e 9 » « »i'f i 'd « WHY HOT! ^ £ Have Tour Flano Tnaed tm S Experienced Toner—daa Uf- % Ing In 7$nr home IOWB.' « r.iKCASissKt s Flai)o,7ner aal Ba^i » Roberts.'Muslc Co. 3 « • a * cs • c A « • ft • m » P.I..B. a Ipeclaltlea— « OMea^ea of tlie « UlaeiiMa.or GlUr a neMi -otffc* 117 a lOLA STATB TATB BANK BLDO C « i ^ Beat Estate and UreatMk • * AUCnONEEB • * Satisfaction cuaranteed.Wln«« • * rates Ceater OTerC«a.litfk |||^ 4. 4.4,« 4.4 4.4> « 4> • • 4 4 4 4 ft "' J!HffJiIP HEl6SI9 Sontbit XAJKSES8 AKILSADOIIJa Geanal BepaiifBff, An mait f •a"l"M"t-t-l"i'4"ll-l41 •••••4»444444444# <» • <> •OKET TO LOAir « •> on all Unds of bonsebold fOpda 4^: •> or Jewelry—anything <*t..waiiSk. • Bigua Pawn .Shop, East.flio • <> Sanare. Qfflc^ in VnOtuWilK*' w-. •> All transactlona strictly oooft* 4|. • dentlaL • • •••••.••4*4**4 4 £ Phone 18S. . Fhsae 18i>i; ft « ' DB. J.«, WALIES. ft: « . Kress^y*. =. . ft V Sncoessor-to Dr..S. A. Coltmaa ft£ QlMMlal-.attentlon to ObMiim ft $ aM .Ciseajie of Children. £9 iaaa«aaa9a9ftftftft lOLA R. RTIME TABLBt 1. T. * 8. F. HAILirAT ii: -•mttli •oMfid. ' IJSil^gSS; ia3SJ5?:::::!::i!8^5- Na tOT —DtJlr (axoept Sunday) PMMB'- No. fS --Diuy *'(*VcVpr8uniiV "f^^ Freight. Arrive 13:01 p. ».-Depart I '.M p. i« North Bound. , ^ No. 202—Dally PasMnger S:np.sm No. M4—Dally FasaenKer S:tOa,aib No. 208—Daily (except Sunday) FUM*^ NaSl-J>aliy'7«oepV Sunday) ' Wjr ' Frelgbt. Arrive 11:1S a. m. !>». part V. Sfc Xlsiiosrl Pacific B. B. Freight*—We«t Bound. „ 491--I.ocal (daily ex. Sua) lT.....S:«p.ak 461-OeIo.Jted BaU (daily) tT...S-.ttp.aa. Frerghte—East Bound. 4S8-^led Batt-(daily) sr. iafa.m Paeaefig«r»7-We*t Bound. , 407—Kansas Cltx-Tates Center Halt aa4 Express (dfily) Iv. 4:47-p. m. 409—St. Lonia-WIchlta MaS and «U.muas (daily) Jv. t:U a. m. •• Paeaenoer*—east Bawid. 41»—St. Louis-Kansas City MaO mad HK- press (dally) ar. ...T:M n.«i. 108— St. liOTiis -Kansaa cnty Kan and Bcr press (dally) sr..... »M a. m, H. Jt T. BAHWAI South Bound. •No. 871—•Way Tnlgbt, (daUy .ejMst Sunday) 4Mm.m. No. 75—Mixed (d^) 4:4Sp.nk No. 73—Passenger <daDy) «:lf Pi. m. No. 25—FlyerTdaay) S-M».m. (ilorth Bound. ^ ~ No. 24—Pnssenger tdaily) 1:SS p. as. No. 7«-Mix«d. (dalty) ........^.i-Mvja. •No. 572—Way Freight, (dally except Smday) UaSptm. •S71 and C7S wtn eanr MOXET TO LOA^ OX FABiMSI If you are wanting a Farm Loan let me tell. you about my terms and rates. I handle private and Eaatom money. C 0. BOLLDTGEB .lola. Sans. FILES CUBED OT SIX TO 14 OAI& —Tonr drmpglit will refund aMSsr If PAzo onmiBNT &iis to.eoM^ttr case bf UcMas, Blind. 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