Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 12, 1907 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 12, 1907
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TlKBEtTEAB^LD SON OF MR. IND in^ J. W. FINE SCALDED. UiUHE AND UNGAID CAME HKffl SCHOOL TEAXS. WILL PLAY ON 3PD0NALD HROIDin<i. Mrt.- MrHrarr, MoUier of Mrx. R«>T. Brftrbt, Is Dead at Homr ID CbaLntA Child Was Scalded. The three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fine fell In a tub of scalding hat water yesterday burning itself vers* severely. The little son was playing around when his mother wa.s wAahlng when he fell forvard into the water. His mother rescued "him before he had time to be burned fatally. It was necessary to treat the Ilule fellow all night btit he Is a great deal bitter today. It is not. believed his bums are of a serious nature. J. H. Bright'* .Mother Dead. Mfa. Mary McHenry, mother of .Mrs. Rev. Bright of this city, died at her home In Chanute, Kansas., yesterday after a short lllneaa. Mrs. McHenry la known by many In this city having vlflhed here a number of times. .Mrs. Bright has the sympathy in her recent bereavement of her many friends in this city. Mrs. Bright left yesterday for Chanute where she will attend the funeraL La Barpe VH. Kineaid .SHturdar. The La Harpe hlh school foot ball teain will meet the KIncald high srhoni team on the MacDonald grounds north of this 'City next Saturday afternof»n. The, Kincald team was scheduled to play here last Saturday but called oft the game until this Saturday. The Ipiicald and La Harpe high srho <i: reams played to a draw, neither Miio scoring. Another good game is expected. Mn. Hockley Dead. The funeral of Mrs. Hockley, mother oj Mrs. Ford of this city, was held yesterday at Parker. Kansa.-s. .Mr.<!. Ho<>kley died last Saturday after a prolonigpd Illness. Mrs. Ford has been near her side during her lUne.'i.s. interment was made In the Parker cem- et^-. Traded Property. W. O. Lenhart consummated a deal wherein J. E. Firestone disposes of what is known as the Drennan farm which lines north of this city, to C. H. Insheep for two Oklahoma City jirop- erties. One of the Iiln»brt^ of Phyadans and tfaue Wttl4nfoirmed of the Worid ip to learn as to the relative standine and reiiahiiity of the ieadinif manufacturers of medicinal aRentE, as the most eminent physicians arc the most careful as to the imiform quality and perfect purity of remedie.s pre.scribed by them, and it is well known to physicians and the Well-informed generally that the California Fig Syrup Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect pqiijpment and the ethical character of its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and comntercial circles which is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the Company has become a guarantee ol the excellence of its remedy. TRUTH AND QfUALITY appeal to the WelMnformed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent success and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would enjoy good health, with its ble.ssings, to the fart that it involves the question of right living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge ul what is best each hour of recreation, of enjoyment, ot contemplation and of effort may Iw made to contribute to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with jreneiaiiy to great advantage, but as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. fet -ls that it is alike important to present truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect la.vative remedy which has won the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the W'ell-Informed because of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufacture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. • This valuable remedy has lieeu long and favorably known under the name of— Syrup, of Figs—and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of family la.\atives. and as its pure laxative piincipit-s. obtained from Senna, are well known to physicians and the Well-informed of the world to be the l)est of natural laxatives, we have adopted the more »."laborate name of— Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna—as more fully descriptive o( the lemedy, but doubtless it will alwajs be called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs—and to get its beneficial effects always note, when purchasing, tlie full name of the Company- California Fig Syriip Co.— plainly printed on the front />( every package, whether you simply call tor — Syrup of Figs —or by the full name—Syrup of Figs and f-lixir of Senna — as—Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna— is the one laxative n-medy rtianufaciured by the California Fig Syrup Co. and the same hei'etofore known by the name-S\rup of Figs — which has given satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale In- all leading druggists throughout the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which is fifty cents per bottle. Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington. D. C... that the remedy is not adulterated or misbranded within the meaning of ilie Food and Drugs Ari, June 30th, 1006. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Louisville, Ky. San Francisco, Cal. i: S. A. London, Fngland. New York, N. Y. fjporge, Sears' SOB Dead. The little two-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Sears formerly of this city but now of Kansas City was l^djtifrrest In the La Harpe cemetery yesterday afternoon. The son died after, a short illiiess. There wer** no fluieral services. PersoBals. H. Peel, was In Bayard yesteidny on bn^aess.' Stfi aad Mrs. Cloyce Hamilton re- toraed -yesterday from LeRoy where they went to visit Mr. Hamilton's parents. 1 J. D. Wilson of Lone Elm wa.s In the cliy yesterday visiting. llfls^ Lotchen Slack came down yp^- terdaj; from Baldwin to vi.slt. E. E. Stout will leave this evenin;.' for Chandler^ Oklahoma, where he goes on a business visit. PILES CUBED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. POZOriONTMENT Is guaranteed to ' cure tiay ease of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or {Protruding Piles In 6 to H day? or mopey refunded. 50c. THEi BDGAR Merchant's Exchange ratnpaay has rented the suite of room.": In the Hersbkowitz building formerly occupied by William I^nyon and will move Into Its new location some timr this week. LEFT IT TO BRLSTOW. The Kansaii 3fay Recommend a Federal .Steamship Line. Saline. Kas., .Nov. 12.—.loseph L. j Hrlstow of this city, whose appoint- 'ment as-special Panama commissioner was recently renewed by Secretary Taft. was asked today re^rdlng his duties from this on and whether he would remain In Sallna. He said tliai he would'reinaln in Sallna and in answer to the other question he said: 'The Paclflc Mail steamship line is the only Araeflciilllne'ftfit Is operated on the Pacifi-c coast between Panama and the ports of the United States When I filed my report as the special commLssioner of the Panama railroad a little more than two years ago I made several recommendations', one of which wa.s: That if the Pacific .Mall Steamship company withdraws Its present Panama line an effort will be made to Induce some other company to establish a first class service between !he important Paclflc coast |K )rfs of rhe I'nlted States and Panama and in the event that no other company is prepared to furnish the service that It be provided by the Panama railroad. ICednre ItH Panama Service. "The Pacific Mall company did not withdraw Its service as it was then threatening to do. but i^educed it. so 1 am informed. Just before Hailing for the Orient Secretary Taft wrote me saying that the service of that com iiany was very uiisatlsfactory and that he was considering tne advisability of establishing a .<;team!>hi|) line on the Pacific coast, to be operated by the Panama Kailroad company. H<» re guested me to investigate the .situation and be jjrejiared by the time he returned to make a recommendation as to whether or not the e.^tabllshmnii of such a rieamshlp line would I) lustified. "I am now engaged cm such an In OVER 1 THDIISMIIIIISII M COOPER EXPLAIN.S REA.SO.V FOR REMARKABLE AYERAOE OF BO.»iTO\ CALLERS. Chelsfa, Mas."? During L. T. Cooper's recent stay Hloomingdale street, in Boston .ii> Is estimated that sixty- lie says: fiffe thousand people talked with him; "For five years I have sought re- aad purchased his medicine. This lief for indigestion, stomach trouble average of over two thousand a and dyspep.sla. sjiending nearly all my day. wages -with doctors and otbalning no His success was so phenomena,! as'results. 1 had dull pains across my to, cause universal comment both !>y back, radiating to the shoulders. I tb« public and the press. There must had splitting headaches, which noth- be a reason for this. Here is the Ing .seemed to cure. There was a gnaw r«MOB giyen In his own words liy Mr.' In;< and rumbling in my stomach and CMper when interviewed on the suli-' bowel.^. 1 was troubled with vertigo i<ML He said: jai.d dizziness, and at times almost *The immense numbers of people overcome by drowsiness. vlM are calling on me here In Boston: "i felt tired and worn out all the ,is .iia^ WLUsual. I have had the same time, my sleep was not refreshing itllMrkace for the past two .vean-^jand I would get up In the morning «lteffar «r I have gone. The reason is;feeling as weary as when I went to attanple one. it Is because my medl- etae puts the stomach In good condl- tlOB. -This does not sound unusual: bat It is In fact the key to health. The •toauch Is the very foundation of bed. My appetite was variable—raven oils at times, then again nauseated at the sight of food. Sometimes my face was pale at other times flushed. I was constipated and bilious, and had Ufa. 1 attribute 90 per cent of all ('catarrhal afTection In nose and throat. tUkoKU directly to the stomach. which caused, me to hawk and spit "Neither animals nor men can re- a great deal, especially In the morn- main well with a poor digestive appa- ing. I heard so much of the Cooper ralas. Few can be sick with a dlgcs- UoB In perfect condition. As a matter! remedies that I decided to try Ihem. After taking one bottle, a tapeworm 60 I 0( fact, most men and women today | feet long passed from my system, an half-sick. It is.because too much|felt belter almost Immediately. All my fbU and too little exercise have grsd-.troubles disappeared as If by magic. uUiiy forced the stomach into a half- i aMk condltton. My medicine gets the I MiMnach back where it was. and that Via ali that is necessary." ( AiifAg Boston people who are ustauneii iielierers in Mr. Cooper's., ^^miudry, is Mr. Prank D. Brown, of 57jBiirreII. and my improvement was rapid. I now feel entirely well, and can honestly recommend Mr. Cooper's medicine to anyone who suffers as I did." we sell the Cooper medicines which give universal satisfaction.—S. R iOLA STATE BANK OAPtTALSi2,BOO lOlM, KAIt»A8, OUKUFOHMt A. W. Beck, L. E. Horville, J. JV, Robinson, H. L. Heiidersoa, J. H. Campbell, Geo. R. Nicholson, Frank Riddle. vestigatloii. I am In communication with the chambers of commerce of ail the imiMrtant cities of the Pacific coast, and hope to obtain all the data necessary without a per.sonal visit to the Pacic coast. . I visited all these cliies two years ago. and I l)elieve can aow get by correspondence all the idditional data that I need. I. expect to vlalt Washington and New York some time next month." How llarrlman I'ses It. The decision of the mater involves ini|x>rtani questions. I'nder the old French company (he transcontinental railroads, at one time, paid about a million dollars a year subsidy to the Panama Railroad company for the pur pose of controlling freight rates by the way of Panama.' It is said that the Pacific .Mall company. In which E. H. Harriman is interested, has a monopoly of all freight shipments for the Pacific coast by way of Panama and that It has discouraged the shljmienl of all irausconiinental freight by that route: that it is oiierated just enough to keep out other.lines and uses Its power as a leverage to keep up transcontinental railway rates. The question BK to whether or not this Is true iri involved in the Investigation which Mr. nri.stow is making, as Is also the question to whether or not the government is justified in purchasing fehlps at the expense of several milling and establishing what Is. in fact. government commercial steamship •Ine. EXPECT A LARGE CROWO. Fraternal Union of America Will Have Dance Tomorrow, Night. The Fraternal l.'nion of .^mer'-ca lodge is expecting forty couples to attend the dance tonight at the Masonic hall. Delegations from Chanute. Humt>oldt. LaHarpe and Gas City ar.' Planning to attend the affair. A four piece, orchestra from the Shields or ganlzatlon is to furnish music for the affair. Register lYant Ads.. Ic a >Yord. TO OPEN A PICTURE SHOW. R. L. Clapp Puts in Picture House at Humboldt. (Humboldt Union.) R .L. Clapp. of IOTB, nas rented the old Germania Hall building and will open a moving picture .show next Sat urday. Mr. C'app has been In the btisinesH at lola and has one of the stows there. The moving pictures ore becoming popular all over the country and nearby towns have sev stal. With the new p(>ople coming Into town with the cement plants 't looks as If the business would pay here. Mr, Clapp will have a change of pictures dally and will also givr two piano pieces niid songs with each entertainment. \t.RISO>KR YISITED SICK WIFE. Kude Clark Allowed to See ilU Who IM CrlUcally III. Wade C.ark who was recently found guilty in |)olic« court of the violation ot the ordinance- prohibiting the sale of liquor, was last Sunday allowed-(o visit his wife who Is critically 111. In the custody of an officer he visited his wife twice during the day. Sunday night Mrs. Clark was not expected to live but is better today. Clark has appealed bis case to district court but has been unable to secure bond. Woman Inclined to Constipation I Women, owing to their peculiar functions, are prone to constipation, and many of their other iUs ars due to thia congestion in the bowels which fills the blood with impure matter that permeates the entire system. In most cases foul breath, bad complexion, sick headache and such like ills are primarily canaed by constipation or indigestton. Women shonld be happy to team of a remedy tbst MI«S couUpalkm and iadifcaUon, sad tbst has stieb ocber los^ieDts sa pniify tke ttlood and tobe up all (be disetltve omns. _It .W — w. ^ - whieb eaa be boutrht at any GO eeau or tl a boitl& Women have . thmaaolvM wltb thts romedy ror •izteen y «m and tbe oner ot yean ago itiU ataiMU tontay. tkat ye(Ubay Dr. CaldweU's Syrup Pepainwltk tSt uodefstaiidiiiir tbat tc wiu do at claimed or your m6oey will be lefaoded. i.i7™'ra»*'"J**J'^'"''« compound Uespeo- tally sufted to the delicate system ot women be. cauieot Its senUe but prompt aeUoa. ita pleaaani wtakes like pumtlTC* und ranhartlos. bak iMQlds up aad atiesinbeiML It ta a naiaateed core and MliOUld be as steadily la as In that ot tbousaodi ot othenk It ttawMBlvea aod slve It to chUdno le to any other laxative beosttae it la to do wbac a cood lasattve skanU anwdher eonatlpaUaa and slomaeh tfoabtoMd reqeauneads It to Anerleaa womankind. She is HS2 ?i£ ttwwMvis wbo am load la pnl«a«t It. ^ Toawbotave never usediltibonid benaio- Ai^ 'Tea irtO date your (rMdon from iriokaaM lotteiyty tbat yoii sUrt the nae of Dr. OsM- MUis Synip Pepita. roar drasvtat wlUiSi rob a boiMe ondw wr ab«olate •uaraniea. XnilSTERS OF CHURCHES WILL HOLD jTHAIVKSfirme SERTICE. ADD BRENNEN IN NEODESHA < fUCHIKG TEAM FOR GAME WITH GAS CITY BOYS. Dr. Hadley WIH Give Lecture on November 80—ynmber of I<ertnre Conrse. WIU Hold Union .Meetings. The ministers of the various church es In this city have decided to hold a tinion meeting in this city on Thanksgiving forenoon. All of the arrangements have not been made. If has not been decided In what church the services will be held or which minister will preach the sermon. All of the l)reachers will take part in the ser-* vices. The choirs of the various '•hiirche.s will begin soon preparing for special services. Foot Ball Team Is Practicing. The foot ball team is practicing again this afternoon. The boys are now anxious to get into condition for the game Sunday afternoon with the .Nendesha team. The .Neodesha team is considered one of the best In this part of the state and doubtless wj!l put. up a good game and for this reason the boys want to be In^ as good trim ns possible. Add Brennan ('oacbing Neodeslia. Add Brennan of I.a Harpe and form eriy a member of the famous La Harpe foot ball team, is coaching Neo- de.<!h.n foot ball team this fall. He will play the Gas City team here next Sunda.v. .Add is a good play er and doubtless will get together a good team. Practicing for Game With Parker. The Gas City high school basket lall team practiced last evening In the opera house . They are now preparing for the game with Parker which they have scheduled with the Parker. Kansas, high school basket bail team. The local boys hope to be in the best of condition when It comes time to play the game. Gas City has some %ood players who lack practice and training which they hope to get thip week. Dr. lleadley Xovember *Oth.; Dr. Headley, the next speaker on >he lecture course, will be in La Harpe •>n the evening of .November 20th. He is a remarkably good speaker. He was heard by many Gas City people It lola last year when he was here on the Chautauqua platform. Those who heard him are anxious .to hear him the second time. The house doubtless •vill be filled. Persooals. Miss Georgle Gardner, a teacher In he Gas City schools who has been very 111 for the past few days, is some better today. .1. E. Hunter went to Garnett this mornin where he will visit a -sister who Is quite ill. .Arthur McAdams of Independence was in the city yesterday visiting friends. He returned to his work last evening. He says thai he likes Independence and his new work very much. The Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baughn is a great deal better today. It was some worse yesterday. Claude Arnold Is suffering from an attack of typhoid fever. He returned recently from Bartlesville where he had been working for the past several week.s. WA\T LIST OF CITIES. Coanty Clerk Receives Letter From Tax Conralsslon. L I.inty Clerk Emmett Culbertson has received a letter from the state tax commission asking him to send In T list of the first, second and third class cities In the county. He also received a letter from the commission which has for Its purpose the reduction of the assessment. This letter was nrlnted In the Register a few days ago. It is being sent out by the commission to every one Interested in the tax levy. TBLEPHOltS XAin. WAXIl Alii TO THE ssensTBB omcsi: As an ,accomodation, tbe/Biglster receives ads for ita want column's over the telephone, ^nt expects the advertiser to call at the otBc« and settle as soon as convenient, as the bills are too small to warrant the expense of a collector. Telephone your want ad to either phone. No. 18 or 222, and It will receive careful attention. WANTED—Experienced girl for general house work. No washing or ironing. Will pay from 13.50 to f4.00 per week to the proper person. .Apply 220 East street. WANTED—nirl for general housework: good wages: no washing or Ironing. Inquire at The Famous. WANTED.— A Girl for Hotjsework. Good wages. No laundry. .Mrs. J. G. .MIttlebach, 317 East Street. KiaeaTS OF' ]|ACCABSE&- Knlghts of Maccabees of dta World meats in K. P. Hall, aecond and fonrtb Wednesday olgbts in- eadi month. J. W.^^Postwalt. commaader; ItB. Por- teri record k^per. W. 9. W--<:amp No. 101 meaU In K. of P. Hall every Friday night. W. T. Steele, C. C; A.H.IMtTia, Clei* Victors cordially invited. KNIGHTS OF PTTHIA&—Neoalw Lodge No. 43 meets arery Monday aigbt at K. of P Hall. VIsiUng brothers Invited. W. a Thompson, C.C.: Chris Ritter, K. of R. and 8. WANTED—White girl for general house work. Phone r.94. WANTED—House cleaning to do. Phone 1112. WANTED—Second hand Winchester pop gun. Inquire 105 South Second rtret. WANTED—Stock to winter. Call on tr address Ouy Turney, lola. WANTED—Good, sound young lorses wanted at The lola Veterinary Hospital. See W. A. Frazler. WANTED—Boarders In private 'amlly. Have modern house, newly furnished. Inquire at No. 1 East BJrwln. FOR SMM"fUUUL SSTA71 PGR SALE.—Efghty acres, two and 3ne -half miles from Thayer, Kans. A good five room house, a good barn, ?orn crib, granery and cattle sheds, acres in timber and thirty acres in pasture. Price $3,200. .Will accept certified check on lola or LaHarpe Banks In payment. C. L. Evans, La Harpe, Kansas. FOR SALE—Good runabout Stude- Daker buggy and good set of harness for sale cheap If taken In the next few days. Inquire at Howard's Livery Barn. OR SAlS'tmrnomUmm FOR SALE CHEAP—Good Humphrey bone cutter. 312 South First. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR STOCK—Three Brunswick-Balke Callendar Co. Bowling Alleys. Also four room house and barn in East lola. T. L- Shafer, 414 East Monroe, Telephone 732. FOR S.ALE—Grape vines, fruit and shade trees. A. H. Brown, 51 r> South Cottonwood. FOR SALE—Worth the money, fine Jersey milch cow, will be fresh In vlarcb. lola Land Company. FOR SALBr-$1800 stock of groceries and store fixtures. 402 South Kentucky street. FOR SALE—A driving mare and >uggy. Horse city broke, safe for lady o drive. Inquire 832 .North street. M. W. A^The M. W. A. Lodge meets every Friday night in M. W. A. hail-i Visiting brothers invited. W.;H. Anderson, V.C.; W. A. Cowan. Clerk. SUYAt NEIGHBOBSr-Iola Camp^ No, 365, Royal Neighbors, meet* second and fourth Tuesdays of eadit month. Mrs. P. A. Wagner, oracle; Mrs. Marr Hutton, 418 West Street. Recorder. r. A. A.—Golden Leaf Council Na 462, F. A. A. meets first and third Wednesday nights in each month in K.- P. Hall. C. E. Lacey, president; Misa Mable RhorUck, secreUry. FBATEBHAL BBOTHEBHOOD^ Fraternal Brotherhood No. 38Q meets second and fourth Tuaadaja ot each mimtb In A.^O.U.W. Hall. VlslUnf members cordlaly invited. W.H. Anderson, president; Qolda Blam, aacra* tary;^ Junior Order Colted Amertcaa M*-,., cbanles*—Meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In K. P. Hall. A^l visiting members Invited. R. A. WJdick, Councelor; C. B. Black. Rao, Secretary. JEWEIJ?SR8. B. P. Pancoast, old reliable Jeweler, 110 East street. OTAMMBR. i Complete court at the best school for stammerers In America at oaar" h'alf price this fall and winter. WltlU for information at once. McKia School tor Stammerers, 2705 East 12tli Straat; (Cansas City. Mo. Pm-AR llf AS ; PLOUB iWstooi tbe Test Becapse its the Best Acce|)t Na Other , Wm. Oberdorf, Agt. FOR SALE—Mare, 630 North Main, Oas City. FOR SALE—Good mare with foal .1 :all at 210 West street. 'OR Rem' mimomlhmmoua TbMi rStafaid 'u '^crrss Y. M. C. A. LECTURE COURSE 1907 AND 1908 Earnest W. O'neU. Xov. 22 "Popular Fallacle.^." Jndge wmis Brown Dec. 10 Apnilo Qnlntette and Bell Ringers. Jan. 21 Dr. John M. Driver, Feb. 4 "America Facing the Far East." Danbar Male QaartHto Mar. 18 ScMOB Tkk««. A4atts fUW, Hisfe School 7ie. ChsMiM 1» 4ler IS. T|rkf >ta trwuftrahle. FOR RENT—Two unfurn?sbed rooms. Inquire at 220 North Fourth." Mrs. L. Mar pie. FOR RENT—House. Inquire 403.| South Cottonwood. FOR BENT—Furnished rooms for bojisekeeplng or sleeping. 212 West Madison avenue. TdE NEW BOOKSt Are a little late getting the Old Corner Book-Store this year, but we give you a better price on the big sellers. Buys such big sellers as: Beth Xor.vell,. by Randall Par- Duagbter of Andersin ("row, by Geo. B. .McCntcheon. Little .Sbephard of Hnis. by Har ' old Wright. The YooBgcr .Set, by Robert W. Chamlwrs. . Hrlena's PatU, by Anthony Hope And many others at equally low prices. Most of the pppu- lar authors have new books ibis year, and you can get them of, Evans Bros. THE BOOK SELLERS. FOR KXOMAmmt. r ^IRISTMAS PRESBNTS Nothings better than a magazine for a friend. For your magazines see^ J. E. HENDERSON. Phone 98. 414 N. Backeje. LOST—Sunday night, between lola , Laundr>- and .1. .M. Free's stand, a Swastika pin, set with rhiuesiones. Liberal reward for return to lola Laundry. LtvifiQ&tof^ Co Caatraettrn; aad Bmllfl»re> All kinds of work a apwdalty » Moath 8yeawi .ra. Phaaa tfil Its Economy To have your Carpeta and Bags cleaned by Tkeiola Rug Factory ,4iBioaBltl9q put qp to eonpply wltb tba pare lead law. IM Sealfc ¥eataeky. Phoae 488. AFTER HARVCtTER - COMPANY.; Attorney Qanaral of MIssauri Would.' Oust Tham Prom State. Jefferson City. Mo., Nov. 12.—The' attorney general today instituted quo. warranto proceedings in th« supreme; court to oust the InternatloDal Harvester Company of America for alleg-' ed violation of the anti-trust laws. T. B. Shannoik The Allen' county Hardware and Implement man. North Side S <|tMrc tola. Kan.

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