Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 31, 1912 · Page 5
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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER^ WEDNESAY EVENINjG, JANUARY 31,1912. «««««««a »««9 ««a«s HONEY TO LOAN. « at will leiid,<W'bouMboia.KOod«, 4l S planoi, .organski tewinc JIUH 9 9 oblQe% dtamondn and Jowelry. « J. W. COt'FliX • « ; 111) i >ortli IJtrpeb 9 » « » « m « &> .i:t^i(i <:> « « #'« « « «'«:• ««««•«••« «:•' B«7«l Typewriter Ageaqr • A' 'OontrvlS EIXciuHivk Sale of tlia A Eojral Standard Tjrpewiltw * jt' ,ln Alltti County , • .'. i« : E. fi. Uitssiug, Ageat * * Konhrup Bulldbik loia, Kaaa. • » Type.wrltvr ilcpulrb and SoppIlM • ----- •1^ Dr. C. gL Ru» Di^NTISTt WANTS-ALL KINDS. WANTED—WOOD TO SAW WITH ' buze 8«w.' Phone 461. : . I WANTED—TO REPAIR BICYCLES i and shoes. Some bicycles for sale 1 cheap. Jess Howard, 105 S. Ken- j tucky street. Phone 1145. WANTED—WOMAN AS COMPAN- lon; Phone 870. WANTED—SITUATION IN COHN- J try to do housework. Address Box • 33, Ipla. WANTED—MEN TO LEARN THE barber trade. Here Is a.u offer that includes tools with tuition. A method that saves years of apprenticeship. Positions waiting In city or country shops. Write Mohler Barber College Kansas City, Mo. WANTED—BOY FOR GENERAL work in store. New York Store. . WAN-TED — EXPERIENCED DIN- Ing room girl. Pennsylvania Hotel. WANTED—EXPERIENCED SALES lady In dry goods, at Frlshman's. WANTED:-TWO GOOD WORK horsfcs 1250 to 1350 pounds weight Iota Brick Company. ^WANTED—TO TRADE A Business lot on Main street in a new^ Oklar homa town for a good horse. Box 107, Tola. WANTED—HOUSEWORK BY white woman. Phone 892. FOR SALE—FOR SALE. WANTED—ABOUT TEN GOOD dogs for the farm. R. G. Minlch Humboldt. Kansas. WANTED—MlDDLI-: AGED WOM- an; housekeeper ami companion In; family of three. Box 2fi;t. lola. ! TO TRADE—I HAVE ONE 80-ACRE farm and one 120-acre farm to trade for city property. Address, 252» Virginia Avenue Joplln, Mo. FOR SALE—50-EGO INCUBATOR, | new; also one bicycle, cheap. Phone [ G09. FOR SALE—30 BARRED RCJCK; FOR SALE—FINE BLACK jJACK cockerels; 10 S. C. Rhode Island Reds. Herbert Johnson, 1316 N. Jefferson. Phone 979-4. . FOR SAI^MY COUNTRY HOME west of Hospital, 17% acres ground,-« room house, the finest bam in Allen county.- good cistern, good cellar alt bricked up good; sn ideal place to live. Reason for selling, am located In the West where I have business Intereits. This place will make a nice chicken ranch or dairj farm. Call or write, A. M. Kooken, Colorado Spring* Colo. FOR SALE—ABOUT 3 TONS GOOD clover and timothy hay baled: also few tons clover and crabgrass loose.— H. Hobart, Phono 782. . FOR SALE—«0 ACRES, IMPROVED farm, by owner. J. Stevens, Humboldt, Kans. with white points. MB IS a nne one and will sell cheap if sold soon. B. B. Brannum, Plqua. Kane. FOR SALE—ONE PAIR OP Bip mare .mul^ep;, will sell or trade for cawa and.young cattle; could ^ake a good-mare as part pay. Seven;miles northwest of lola, Kas. E. E. Wheeler.' R..R,No. 3. FOR SALE—STOVE WOOD. TBLB- phone 1049. FOR TRADE—TWO NICE MOD- ern homes in Houston. Texas, to. trade for 160 acre farm near lola. Will pay cash difference. Address fibx 52, lola, Kans. FOR SALE — THOROUGHBRED Barred t'lymouth Rock .cocUerels. Emma-Mueller. Phone 994-22. ! FOR SALE—SADDLE AND BRI-, die. Inquire C. M. lx)gan, 411 S. Elm, ] or phone 872. i WANTED—KAFFIR COItN IN CAR I load lots. B. B. Brannum, I'iqua, Kas. i FOR SALE—FIRST CLASS CAFE. The best location in the city, doing; a good business, good reason for sell- ; ing Inquire at Register. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, MY ' two story modern residence, 219 N. Cottonwood. Reason^ for selling, leavifir ?'ty. Teims or cash. A. E. j Balllet. i —80 A. 10 mis. from Parsons, Labette county, -Kansas. Smooth: land, good black soil, all Ullable. ,60 A. broke. Prtco 160 per acre, mortgage 11,100. 6 per cont. Want- got^l lola property for equity. lola Land| Company lola. Kansas. FOR SALE—I WILL SELL, PRI- vately, ail my farm tools com binder, new last fall; also 7-h.p. gasoline engine,, four and two-hole sheller, team harness, buggy etc. All to be sold by February 15. E. G. Whitney, Moran. FOR SALE—400 BUSHEL GOOD seed- oats; also some good white seed com. Huss Bros., La Harpe, Kas., R. F. D. No. 1. STRAW—18%C PER BALE) AT farm. OneTnlle southwest of lola. R. A. Bwing. LOST— AT JEFFmsON SCHOOL. I gold framed glasses'" In case. Phone '44 or 149. FOR SALE—ONE COW; 316 N. Fourth street FRESH. We have 597 acres of timber land 12 miles west of Stanley, Oklahoma, on the Frisco R. R. The pine and oak oh this tract will more than pay. for the land. Ranch and fruit lands. Price $3.00 per acre; no tsadee. 11000 cash ballance time 6 per cent. WHI TAKER & DONNELL lols, Kansas. FOR SALE-^NBW STOCK OUTTER riding plow cultivator. Inquire L. W. Higgins, Moran, Route 1. —CACKLE; CACKLE: CACKLE; Yes the hens are all cacklliig when. I fed Conkey's Laying Tonic. It brings the eggs. For sale by Morris & Howard. » Stfom So. J, Kortbnp Bite 9, E^xtcactJoa without pain .-by tba 3. ' use of. Mtrous Oxide Ooa a Phone—Office 663; Ren. 85S. _ FOR RENT-GOOD SEVEN ROOM house, small barn, plenty of gas. %6 per month. Phone 1086. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—PAIR OF EYE GLASSES. Please return to Register office and receive reward. R. Walls. FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM MOD- era house. 4 closets and garrage; 826 East Madison. Phone 975F22. C. J. McClelland. GIFT FhOM PKOF. ilETZltS. M DATS NEWS AT WPEli IRA TrR>KR B.VDLY BUKXED BY 1 HOT .MET.tl.. I The Revival MeeUnKs at the fhrls- i tljin Church Arouse Much Interest. IRA B. FRANTZ] BEGISTEBED OPTOMETRIST Humboldt.- Kaa. Moran, afternoon of February 6th and all the day 7tb. La Harpe, February 8th and 9th.. LA HARPE. .Tan. —Ira Turner an employe of the rod mill, received a j painful burn from hot metal Monday ] night. Mr. Turner wa.s gathering I small pieces of metal from iho floor : and thrwlng them Into the metal pot; when the hot zinc splashed out. strik- ! ing him in the fae«. A i)iecc struck ! on his eye-lid, almost causing the loss of his eye sight. The other burns were small. They are painful but he considers himself fortunate in escaping with two good eyes. W The N. S. Sewint' club will meet this afternoon with .Mrs. L. P. Malcom on South Washington street. -Mr. C. W. Graen is slightly improved today. Lee Means met with a painful accident yesterdaj- morning while return- ; ing from the postotfice. Mr. Means! was saving time by going through the alley and when back of the Hines hardware he caught his foot on a wire and was thrown heavily to the ground. His anlUe was badly sprained and be received numerous other bruises^ He has been unable to walk since. The I. O. O. F. lodge conferred the second degree work to the following .Monday evening: J. P., Claud Ald- rldpe and Charles Carr. Walter McGlnnis will be off work for a few days as a result of a hot cinder falling in his glove and inflicting a painful burn. He Is employed at the East Works. Mr. and Mrs. Dan White of southeast of town, have purchased property on South McKinley street and are preparing to move to town. They have rented the farm to Robert Lettimer; of near Elsmore. S. T. Green, who has been attending the Implement Dealers' convention in Kansas City, and visiting in Blue Mound, stopped off here today for a short visit with H. E. Limes and family, en route to his home in Bucklin, Kansas. Mr. Green was at one time mayor of La Harpe and is busy today shaking hands with old friends. Dont forget the revival meetings at the Christian church. Rev. Goodrich will preach this evening on "Sin and Jti» PunishmenL" Everyone invited. E. A. Walton arrived yesterday from Kansas City for an indet'inite stay with Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Ranscom. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Daggett spent Sunday and Monday with their daughter in Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs. Daisy Wood have returned to Garaelt, after a pleasant visit with Mr. Wood's-parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wood. j Mrs. Elmer Stansbury was called to j Oherryvale yesterday on account of | the serious illness of her mother. Dr. Hewitt and wife of Foit Scott,' are the guests of Mr: and Mrs. C. W. Graen this week. Henry Boyer and family are moving to Rose Hill Addition near Gas. George Malcom has returned from Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hutchinson left yesterday for near Tulsa to enjoy a week's visit with friends. Frank McCoy of Moran, was a business visitor here yesterday. Mrs. E. M. Norton, who has been visiting her daughter at Leroy; returned home today. Harry Grim has returned to Collinsville after a pleasant visit with his mother. Ralph Barker accompanied him to secure work. William Drake, of Fort Scott, was a business visitor here yesterday. J. E. Wiley, of Oklahoma, has sold his property to George Correll of this city. A. J. Sheckler is contemplating rent ing his farm and moving to town. He was in town looking at property yesterday. —2.i'/r off on all Horse Blankfets and Lap Robes at Hines' Hardware. r.VSCARETS SURELY 8TK.IIGUTEN YOD OCT RElf. JOHNSON AT GAS TONIGHT POPri,.iR LECTHRE WITH ILLUSTRATED SO >tl. AN Methodists Will Elect Trustfes Tomorrow Night and Transact Oth. cr Business. \o Hradarbe, BUIonsneRs, Upset Stom. ucb, Lfliy Liver or Constipated liowelsr by Morning. Are you keeping your bowels, liver and stomach clean, pure and fresh wlih Cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway through these alimentary or drainage organs every few day« with salts, cathartic pills, castor oil or purgative waters. Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let Cascarets thoroughly cleanse and regn late the stomach remove the tmdi- gested. sour and fermenting food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the. system all the decomposed waste matter and poisons In the intestines and bowels. | A Cascaret tonight will make you i feel great by morning. They work while you sleep—never gripe,.sicken ! or cause any inconvenience. and cost '<. only 10 cents a box from your drug- j gist. Millions of men and women take j a Cascaret now and then and never! have headache, biliousness, coated! tongue, indigestion, sour stomach or i constipated bowels. Sascarets belong { in every household. Children Just love to take them. J. T. Lowdermilk went to Kansas City yesterday, accompanying bis mother, who has been visiting him since Christmas. Becfsfer ffnt Ada Get tke Bis. 1 Tt came to light yesterday why a dray load of chairs from lola were stored in the opera house last Saturday. A drayman came over from lola yesterday and began reloading the Chairs. ^Vhen asked what his object was, the few men standing near saw the joke before he could tell the circumstances and his story was drowned with laughter. It seems tTiat the drayman was Instructed by Mr. Harris of the high school In lola to go to-the auditorium and get the chairs that were used, for the basket ball game BYlday night. The drayman not knowing where to take the chairs asked a bystander .who happened .to be a hearty believer In a good joke, and he directed him to the opera house In this city instead of the Y. M. C. A. at lola. A. P. Charles of lola was a business caller here yesterday. The lecture in the Methodist church this evening will be 10 and 15 cents instead of 10 and 20 as stated last nikht Edwin Hunter will sing the "Holy City" Illustrated by stereoptl- con TlpwB. Rer. Johnson is from Tola, and la known as a gifted man. You should not fall'to bear him. Irwin Beck hat returned to Kansas City after a visit with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Tompkins., Bob Hunt who recently cai^e here from Bartleavllle has secured work at the ameltera and decided to make this fala home. L. Moomey. after a short visit with hiB .daughter, Mrs. Jack .RayL-of Leroy. returned home yesterday. His grandson. Bruce .Rayl accompanied him home for a visit. Mrs. George Freeman returned today from Chwryvale where she a t- tended the funeral.of the late Dr. C. W. Rennick. Mrs. Foster and daugh^ ter accompanied lier borne. to visit relatives and old friends here for a few daya. Henry Boyer and family are moving from • LaHarpe to property in Rose. Hill. Mr. Boyer was compelled to move near his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Boyer, who are old and In poor health. A. C. Sinclair visited yesterday with the f^ff-Pe6nlngton Stock Company which is playing Humboldt this week, Mr. and Mrs, Sinclair were formerly jrltb -the conipany. George Tottman ha; moved his family from South McRae to the property recently vacated by Asa Stark. Dr. G. W. Moore who recently re-" turned fi]om ColIInsville says there Js any amount of work there and practically all the Gas City people who went thqje hare good positions. The city teachers will meet tomorrow erening In the bigb achool build- Buy Kaffir Corn For Your Ciiickens -At- Carl & Hunter's ing. • • - H. O. Adams writes that he is more than pleased with bis new home at Rupert, Idaho. Miss Hazel Goes was the guest of Mrs. E. K. Taylor, south Second street In Tola this week. The Ladles' Aid of the Christian church is meeting this afteracin with Mrs. T. C. Henry. The Methodist congregation will hold a meeting tomorrow evening in the cnurch for the purpose of electing trustees and also to select d.jlegates to the annual conference to be, held in Baldwin, March 13. TO PILE TlCrniS: Treat tlie Inward Cnnse If You Wont a Cure. Is piles askin disease? Ko, it is a stagnation of blocd circulation—a swelling of blood vessels. Why expect a cure from applications outside? The treatment rtiould attack the caupe. Dr. I.«onhardt'8 HEM-ROIE (sugarcoated tablets) is taken inwjirdly; It restores circulation, rids you of piles for good. Sold by C. B. Spencer & Co., and all druggists. |1 for 24 days' supply, sat- Isfaotlon guaranteed. Dr. jleonhardt COT; Station B, Buffalo N. Y. —Every lady Jn lola should attend the Big Special - Embroideries Sale Wednesday > a,, m. Bee window display .r-Rlcbardson's. V . , ^ We represent one of the best Farm loan Companies dQiBg:.baBiness --'ln,tbe State of Kanraa. We can loan on farms .anywhere, in Eastern-, or. Cen- tial-Kanaas. Our rates are the lowest and our terms are the beat. Call or write-us when in need, of a farm loan. Phone 97. THE PETERSON LAND COMPANY Old; Court HoDBe.nidg. KANMiS ANI> OrajiHOMV low Bataf AiiB«al «r 8eiiif.Annul Iatereat-Priid|ef%^«»7 in PoU Olf CouiHeuABlte lala. Swedish Professor Presents K. U. Wltb Works on Histology. Uiwrence, Kas., Jan. 29.—The biological library at the University of Kansas was enriched today by the addition of twenty volumes of the works of Gustav Retzius, professor of histology at the Royal institute in Stock holm. Sweden. Tlie works are valued at $1500. » The-twenty volumes comprise a wonderful amount of work, each book containing' from thirty-five to forty lithographed plates of different structures and organs of the body. Each plate was drawn by the author. * RISINO STAR. Jan. 30.—Virgle and Bena Daugherty visited Saturday and Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R; Frame. Mr. Kimzey made & business trip to lola Friday, returning b6me. Saturday. Mr. - Springston's sister, Mrs. McFadden. of Chanute. visited him last week. Mr. McCoy and family spent Sunday at John Jenkins*. . . Mrs. Young and family and Mr. and Mrs.. Prank Curley spent Friday evening at Mr. Daugherty's. Miss Emma Dangherty spent Saturday with home folks. W-A. Long, who has been confined to his home with, illness for the past week, is ablf to be down town today: Hat« Tour Piano Toned bx u S Bxperioiced Tuner—On* -Ui% ingiB your home tows. « . T.«.CANAT8ST 9 Ptane'Tmer «n« BepataOT 9. RolMTts. HuBie Co. -' Phone-in • as «« as asaagia F. L. B. ISATXII, X. 1, IpeeialUes— Biaeasea of the CbMi Diaeaseo-of ChlldrM. - noa«s— Offlee U7| Bet. W, lOLA STATE BANS BLDQ aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa * . ' I * Beat Eetato tod LlTeiuck « * . AUCTIONSEB « Hf" Batlitfaotlon guaranteed.Wliaei \ * gihcme •^m:^e (wnMtor data* • * lateiicektex. Over Gem. Buk « PHILLIP BEIGELt tlO^South SI 4. BABNESS AND SADDKLMt A fleaeral Bepairing; AU IUn4. The Allen County Realty Co. Make a specialty of 'aelUng Allen CountyuFanaa.. We aleo-write Insurance of all kinds, collect rents, iwy.taz- ea, tor non-residenta. art* do a- general real estate budiseaa... We raprasent tbraa'.ot tb* best loan- <»mDaii(ea -dol4R -btt «lT neaa In. KaaBaa.\.aad;«9tt<:lt: a akare at the. loan, boelaiea..,and guarantaa^aa obeaP ^ rate* ^ and auiek-oanrfca aa .oas be j ^d ••T whefa., : ... ; The Allen County R<atty Co. : B L'TitopWai llgr: ' • OrFICBS KVA:I9 BLIM3 <IOLA (First Published in The lola Dally Register Jan. 24 1912) SUMMONS. James W- Hall, will" take notice that he has been sued with others as defendant by M. L. Brewster as plainU'ff. in civil, action No. 9602. in the District Court of Allen. County Kansas, and that unless he answer said petition filed therein on or befove the 9th day of March. 1912, said pati- tion will be taken as true and judgment and decree will be rendered and entered id aald action in favor of plain tiffandagainst hlmtortbe aumof |600 with S% interest thereon from June 14,1910, and a mortgage given by himself and-wife to secure the payttieni thereof on liot 6 in Block'20. in the City at lola, Allen County, Kansas, will he foreclosed and said real esUte ordered sold^ and the proceeda of said sal.e-applied to the payment- of the taxes accrued and accrutag against said real «state. and the cost of said sale and said action, and. next to U.e payment of the sum found to be dtie plaintiff,' and the remainder, ;if any.' win beteooghtlDtooourtt^^ abide Its further order and.the period-of redemption of said'real eatate from said sale, -will I>e>Umtted to-alx months-' and. that from the date ot said sale ail dlfeadants will be barred and^dnjoined fronusettingmp any claim, right., title interest in-or to or lien npon said real estate or any part thereof• mtcept the right of redemption aloresaidk-and for other proper relief. • CAMPBELL ft GOSHORN. Attoneya foJF naintitf. Attest: JNO. W. BROWN, (Seal). Clerk District C6urL (l)-24-31-(2)-7 E. E. Long, who has been In the city on business . returned last night to bis home in Chanute. TONET TO LOAN on all iilnds -of bonsehold goods or Jewelry—anything pf value Bigur Pawn Shop, East Slda Square. Office In Fruit Store. All transactions strictly omi- dential. - aaaaaasasssaaaaaa a .Offtea Bea. a a Phonft 18*. Phone MS-I. a a . BB. J. a WAJUSEM. a « XresaBIdg. a a Successor to Dr. & A, Ooffmaa a 9 Special attention to Obatatrka 9 and Disease Qf CUIdrea. a taaaa Saerementa TaUey, CallL, Lands.' As an inTestment -^and ^ pleasant home, mo plaoe on eactln aqnalsi tb«\ Sacramento ,VAller..;^an4s. at..reason- able.prices and ..easy terms. Excursions to -Sacramenta-Februaiy l^tb.* Ronod trip'-tree to buyets.'-Pior liter-r atareiand: further .-inftinnation call on V . Cbadas. * Satler. f.. i. f. A. P. BAILWAI I .have of horses', from BeloitvJCansas.^, weigh fi-om idOd-ta li>Od line good farm • stock. Two '.teams of mares', will waigh 35pO a pair. Some other mares will weigh from 1400 to 1500; < Sev«' eral are heavy .with foal. I hare three black mare .mulea, ,conw^ ing one year old. and one na^ disc for sale. Anyone wis'" ' fo buy, sell or exchange, can Ifsee-me at once at:>the 'lola' Horse & Mule Market, 1 block .yi9Bt of the-Santa Fe;-depots .^j „ ^ . gouth Bound. JJo -'tei— Dally .Passenger., 1:08 a, m TTd^tt. - Airlve 23:01 p. m. De. pai^^.„,._^/..__.... imp.m, ^J'JSrS??^ ga««naer. S:Stp.^ '.'.'XP*.'.,..........U:(B ^ Mftspnrf Paclfle B. B, Fin »ro]htt--WMt •'Bound. .........8 :ts a. m. lit Bound. City Hall aa« St., 8 :na. A L B. «II6Br.C0.r- - UNSASOn, WL. BurraU's Drag Sto^ . 1. ]*-T. BAIL WAT South BeufW. J—Way .Rriait.. (daOy li :5 ^"fSi^> 1:88 p. a MONSX ta LOAN. ON PABM8I If yop-are wantfag a Farm Loaa^l let OA tell you about my terms and^ rfitia. I bandle private and Sastern' " C. 0. BOLLINGEB I lola^ Ksaa. WANT^D^EAlT.'ifHjTE BAGS.' If in piqr s cents aponnd. OfflicL'v'

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