Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 30, 1908 · Page 3
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OF LA mm LiilU MISSIOXART SOriT.TT fl|u> ANXUAL PRAISE SERVICE. TMt ATTENDANCE WAS GOOD DR. AXD MBS. J. F. M'filLL ENTER- TAIXEO PKIEXDS SATIRIJAV. Loral TAIIDP People Who Hare Boon Home SiiemUng: Ynralinn Left To. db] for r «l|pire«i.—Personals. Off for ('ollei;e Todnr. The local yntiii? ppoplo ulio li.ivr hiH-a here sponrtint; ilio varMiion wiili ihf>Ir parenis and iiit^mls left loday for coUefit'. W. (.". T. r. Tomorrow. The W. C. T. r. will niefi Tii.'cday afternoon in tin- Trlnnds i'liiir<-li. I'a- pe.rs on tfu' i<-mppraiic<> ((iii'silnii -will be read Held Pral-e Sen lee. Jhe annual praise MMV1<-(> nf the _S«lfcs Missionary Socifiy of ilic i'rcs- -lyltrlaii i-lmreli was lii-iil vi-sii-rday. »GoMlderinK ilie weailnT ilic a(- tetlAltlee was pimd • Tlif^initfrani follows; H^vnni. .Service of iirnif.--. ''I'hi' Wonl'. nf .li ;:iis " Anilif-m. Clioir Uefii;iilon. ••\Vlini Will W- i;;v.—: Oilcl. Mi.x.-c-s Ilnii.sto:) ami IJiiMi- i'ia;-M ••Vi-n-ise. "I'raNhin Alwavs Sfilo. Mr Clalr Kerr. <'lass ovciclsf. S|ii-i'i:i! cau'i' t'oi 'riianlissivin;;. Ilvinii I.eaflel. How Siif lliil '|i • Miss Mlnnlo Ohlf.-s!. Trii*. .Misses lli'ii-lull, ihjlili- ani! Mr ri.tir Kerr. Xddri'Ss. I'asior. ThatiU-orfi lin^' Kveici-c lJ<»in'ilieiio!i. OSTFOPATIIT— DR. \y .U. AIRRIfiHT. HeglJiered Osfeojiaihlc Pliysl^^n. Hiare ll.iult UidR. Plione US. Oulj Oiteouaili In I JOL llarpe. Now for the SHIVJMT. .Ies> Hampton's pa:!y of luiiiitis won the rahliit hunt and nl!) !«• -^ivit} o\s!or supper in the near fiiuirf. 11;c dai" tor ilif siippt-r lias noi <l<e)d»(J ii|>o» Tlif Jiarl.\ a.'nl ilie iiiinibtr of ralihiis eaeh kili<-<l foilows: lohu Paii};eii. captain. Trnf. llak- (•i- II. C'al i^miih M. Kd Hol.-r 7. ihur Tenipy 7. Harry I'.arker loru'-.v 7. W'vn. Hiiher 4. \Vm. K>^niKiiv t";*>o. noniild IM. Noali Pad2<»;t N. V\"iD. I lay is s. Jes^s Hamilton, eaptain. Waii.^r \feans .N. Li-onard Donald -'.ri. .Like Jones 7. I>an .Moc)reli<-ad l.ii Cli'-r- /rim Win. Alrxand'M- i::. .laiiM-s C'.aik 1 .-^i up'.;a P<-ili! :•. Waiit'r llnMiaiii"' -I ' itUiJA) for Hiuitintr. .\ xonnjr fariin'r livin-^ south of 'li. i-iiy was Vineil JliVr.^i jn .l,i.<ii<-e Mi-:- fiM '.-i conn on the <har!;i> of Imiitini; oil AVilllani .<liiu!.ns farm wrl.oul luTinissioii. V Pr. and Mr>....Me«.IIl Knterlnlned. Dr. and .Mi- .1 1' McCiil .•nn:- Mined .'Jnftirday eveniny wiiii u ii«r for .\lis9es .Miet- and I.my l'i.r:<r ol l-'on tjfoll. The yiji's- Hire. Mi--• •• I^'lorrnee l{oe. Loiichen Slacl;. Allies Itoe. .Mi^.•. WVMXI <if Kair-as I.my I'tiner and .\ll<'e I'oti-r <<( I"; .><<-oii. .Mfssrs ("has. ()lK<"n. |M .1 .\. TrinvhridC"'. I'rof Cliarli-n TM'IIW.H. 'n'jiiry '/flK'or <>{ f'd.i. I':'.f llawn.-- :ind Mr ami Mrs. V:van« j Per^ollnlo. Mist: Mandf (Viiir!;:"v. of I'lM-lmi:: l\as . wa.s li'crf vtsKMdav it ;i- uiu---' ol relative." Mr. and Mrs. 1-d llnr-y havf rfMiin ed to Baidwin. Kas. Tliey havi- Ii-t-ii the .^iieMS of relatives hem ffir :hf pa.-Jt several days. Harry Hnllensw.nrth Ifft yisieri!ay for Panlesvillf. Okla.. whore lif make his I'nmre home. Mr. and .Mrs. FT. I.awfnre iiave r- inrned from 0?awatomie wii«-re rh''\ have heen viiitini: ffir liu- jiast ffw dayf.' Frank .Sirond. of .^r. .Iosf|'!i. .Mo. was hero yesn-rday Mr. ami .Mrs. S. MeCreary of f'li.i- i\iito, Uere iln- t-'iiesls of frii-iids .w.-s- lerdaxi FOR $1985 DAMAGES J. W. EdM^ardE et al Sue Prime Western Spelter Company for Al- leqed Injury to Land. .1. W. Bdwards; ci «] bi-ons:ht siiii asainst the Prime AV"st«ni .•'iu'lt.T enmiiaiiy in disirief court this morti- ins to re.^over $U<9."> whieh fln-y allcirc is dn'' I hem for daniaee.s donr> ih.-ir 'and wiiirli lies n<*ar tli'> siii<'li<»r. Tli' land involvr-ii is the W r.-".'4-tS. Tho plaintiflVs srat*', that tli< land was fertile and very proilnetive iint that tlie fnmeji and casse.s from •h<' srartter havp made it useless and •1:iniaeed it to the ainouni sued f<»r. SHERIFFS AT LEAVENWORTH. Special Meeting to Consider Probable Legislation. -Sheriff r. O. nolllnser has received an invitntioti 'to attend the Kpeclnl meeflnjr or the State Sheriffs' Assoel- atlon to be held at f^-avenworfh on the Rth of Decemher. .Mr. BolllnKer I'xpeeta to attend. The meeting Is eallert to eoasider fieveral mailerB pertaining to the Hherirrs duties which may be tak«n up at the coniinK aeaB- loa of the leisfslatJon. Thf> last meet- ingpot ttiio aaMelaUon ^waa held at SALEIOF SPECIAL IN; 25 per cent Oiscoant> IIal$i of Dlslinrlivc Winter Typei are shown in (Treat profnslon In this MllUnerj nectioD at 3[4d#rAfetj THm* in4ti .Uilllnerj'. The ranite of xljles at raeh |irlre embracrM jtlmple, plain (aiiorrd .otreot haL<^ appntj^i^ul* ".tries for frwy rpqnlrrnienl lu Ibe modl.oh DresH Hals. 11 N the Rperial fani'tlou of thb !4ore tt prodnre hate nhirli will ^ain ajiproTal as mui -h for Iho depenilahllllr of materials as the ntyle eharaeter. ThlKKtork at fresh pntty hal.<i all eo lu Ihls Sperial Sale at a per rent dNronnt. .\o haii resorted. fiJW llalN. .Hpeelal ^\JM «t.m Hats, speetal . . *2.2:. .*<!.(«» Hals $l..-.« Si'siMI HaLs tdM IjiUlO HalM. sperial f3J» $:,M Hat-*. .ij)e.*Inl W.K *H».0<) Hat.« il^'A ifliOrt Hats 9»M Women's Knit UNDERWEAR Strong bargains in neatly ni»de winter garments. ( <dd wiatiier needs ran he snpplied :r(iiii ilii^ sale in splendid liiinn SiilU or VevK and Drawers III a itreat viiijnir, Tlu- i |iial!tie- are s.-rtiiriihle. im II will he pirated e^peiiitll' with Ihe \M-\\ {irii;i<irliiitii:i| form I'iniiitr eharai-lir i>i° lliis splendid lilir. I.adi's' \i>|s. >ill. hiilliin- liided slitrhed. with sill, lape-i.'ie |traiM-r- In inaiili -">e tiar lievi •.•ai°in<'iit in fiiii- i|iliil ill cotli'ii i-^l" iir llraners. ••aril .M'e I iiiiii! SiiiU .'lie. (I.'ir, 7">e Vnd our hi»l ((iialit) iu line eol- l<iii I [lion Niiil .•fl.lMi 1 liililn Ini'in Suits 'I'tr. .".tie Attractive Women's Coat Sale To Quickly Reduce the Lines \ rare opporlnnll}; for every tvoman of lolu to prnrure a hanilNflme Pout. I .iidles*. .UlsM's' aoci ciilldrcaN at ti (treat .-avlnir. Xno} of llie bp.tl .style- feuiiires nf the hlirlier prired llneH, are einlindini lu the ^e itUrartlre nffer- Inito. TJie materials are of taslly Iteller irrnde Ihiin roiilj he obtained al llies«- priees under ordinary eondlllnns. I?:.:.!! fiinl. .peelal priee VtM ^10.0(1 Coal., sperial prire WJMI #l'.;..".o foal, -pwiul priec iHOM !«IT..VI Coiit. speeini |»rlee $l .i.lN) iSJILmi tonl. speeial prIee *t7M tlilldren's f'loth and Hear Sbln ('oal<<. spc-elal from flSi to 8f.9.> and iM-tler iinality np to ^.'i.lMI. The u.sHiirtnient nlll voon he broken and nre ad- Use yon to eonie early. A Word About Blankets That yon «honld read mttst earefnily—il'ii u inilde 10 irker*-. hbinlietx of tho dependihltt Hort'- are ta l>e had at prk>e» eonafdifr' ahly lotrer than you vlH fhlAla otMiiy stores. A splendid '-Ihio of Wool Blankets. M>waRt7«at« "•••e our tine line of wool blaiik* eiN for 4Si.:.0. ^I.<MI. HIM, 9S.0O Colton nianketx. flue line-to seleel from, al all priees.. Our Drest Goods Section The handsomre«it line, ire h»T» erer shown for i't. M), 7.'ic, flaflA' The most eli>aan( line m'Silkft and Satins in'the rity yon wlH' find here. .See window display. DEFICIT IS LARGE Postmaster (ii-n'ral .'sai» >lu<rlai.'e tor ilMis Is .»ii;.N;;i.-_»i-j-(;realesi in l!i*lor< <ii lleparliiienl. > U^l^lliIl:;Iol;. .\o\ ..o- li, li;.-. .111-. nii:i: f' . lii" MM-.-!' w-.i;- i-hdcd .liiiii'SO. ll'iis lu.i.lf oiiii';i-. l^l^l!lla^I-• er to'iieia, N!'-'': uivi-s ili*' 'O':!' cx- ;'<-:i(|inir''- f-i; •..•.n .(-. J.'M-, 1 ,s\:;. v\h.!e '!!•• i .-i'-: ' - v.. oiii. l7.s.- i;r,-. n •• • v. •; •; .1 n- or $!';.S7.".,ih. .11 LI-?! in 111'- 'pf lllf il >:i ,i: , wiili ail :ii|i| it i .>li i! 'fiHs ::<;:: li:. ;'-r.'ai * . , ol t".', ii.'.i; T!"- ilv':'! ol I'i't.'l II ,- .-^Miii.-ii t'd. au 'i 'i II rt ;'; • •. I -5 |i Iti-i-'•mnii-iiil:!'i II! is ,T;;.iii; Hindi' lo? , fl*- ri'-;.;/<'! O: l)(t- I 'M i 'Ii :.'(*|i'! of i.o..;t< .,- . '-^i' ".i!.:;,. ,,IM! «l;ri' -11:1' liii:il I i'l . '!•,• J 1 :i. I. .1 1.1 •III* o''.'«-i' '.< 'It '•;i\i- ;i rtiHiillMli- 111 liolji 'I'* '.i; 1 . II' \':\ (',' ill' jio^lill -iTvlcr :i!ii| :!ii i. niiii' I 'li;.'! Stiiirs Th'- ii(-« I;- m voi.ij roMils i~ pointed onl In eonneetjon with the de- veiopnx-ni of the rural free delivery s.»rviet> li is siiui;"'.-iied thai shon'i ioa;;ri'ss uiaiii (hf deparnucni anilior iiy 10 niiiize rural mnies siiil fnrihf iiy ilif <'sialilishinen; of a limited iiar <•!'! [lo-i confined I'liiiiely to riira (liliii'.v lonic.-i. l! v.onlil ihe'i he pos i!'- Ill larn ::d(li';oi;;il revi-niie .ijit'iiinv.ii'j TO millions of iloIl;irs. ant' .1! ill'- ~:inn> lime hf-iif-fii iin- farmer 111 <'iiilildiiiu him 10 have morchandisf i|':'V"rii! when ordert'd liy le eplion< 'I I'l'-i.-i; eard. which orln-rwisi' wonii 1!' I 111- I'll!i-hased. •'l"ln> sp'M'iai pared po^i." .-;IVK liio piisimaswr ••^fm-ral. •will 1 iialiN- ilip ijimi ^r.^ 10 havo snmll parei>ls dnljver- '•i| 111 ilici. ;;.iies. lo live heiicr. riid 1.1 o),I.till i'.i>ri.\ ihi' nei'.'-.-.nii',, of ;ili' • I'lTmls-ioii ill r<i|n"'!i:er| lo cslahlii-h I'ViH'i'.menlarv a llnilied parrel |,c;. 1 ill 110' 10 i'\c-fi'd loiir i-oiiiii!r.-.. Ill 01- lii -r 111 ili'it'insi MK' i|n' |ir ;i«'ti<':ili'li'.» of i!ii- I'liiii, 'I'll'' |iii..iinasii'i ui'ii'M-a! asain nrses •'-ji- .-i: 1011 pi'i Moilini: the eslalillsh- iiM-n: of iio.-;:i; saviiiijs hanks, or df- Climb Alaska outsde—Florida inside. When the blizzard comes it will be imp%>fsible to comfortably heal the cold rooms. Then, and durtiiK the inontlw of "between tca- " you'll find a torn PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped wtUi Smokelcas Device) just what you need to make the mcKury climb. It's light enough to cany frca room to room and gives direct gtowing heat from every drop of fuel. Turn the wick high or low, there's no bother—no smoLe~~' no oncll — mokeless device prevents. .Brass oil font holds 4 quarts burning 9 houn. Superbly finislied in japaii and nickel. Every heater warranted. The RS3/0 Lamp ;±.' make* a g«od com. •aioa lor • loe| vcaiag —bnlliut, drady liglu—tradiai, Kwiog or fancy work doeaa'l lire the ryri. Made ol btaM. nkkri plalrd, widi lalol idiprand crtiital draft burner. Kvny lamp wairanird. Wiite eor oejirit ag»w)r inr dncriptivr crcuUr 'i yarn tieater dona'l carry (lie Patettiuu Oil Heater or Rayo Laoip. STANDARD OB. COMPANY THE LOCAL MARKETS I'riees tinoled Uy Card A Ta?:;arl I'rodnre l'oin|>auy. The folliiwiir.: loeal market report is ftirniKhed hy tlard & Tassart I'rudiiufc ompany and wiil lie ki'pt rnnuinK In riie Ite .pisier every day. The prices inoied art' iho priees wliieh Ihev will lay for poultry, csn.s '"ind hiilter ile- Ivered here: IlflSs. eiirriMlt rerelpti; per ease. illd Menu, fat nil Cox Spring Chicki'iis rtprint! |iiiel;s Spriiiu Tiirki"' - III Oil! ll<'n Turkey.^ f)ld Tom Turkeys Old iniekn r.iiiier. It'srt than per ei 111 sail '.'Ce Te :ie :il,c itr S( Sr Te r.e '.'."iC NEWS OF m CITY RKVIVAI. .SERVirES ARE BEIXtl (o\T>(TTED i\ If. E. ciinwir. Her. .WrKlnsey: an Evanf:ell.st Tame In Vesterdny from .loplin to Assist l.'et .!». y\. Caniphell. Ihe I'astor. >yill Assist Her. (ampliell. Itev. .MeKiu.si-y. an evanKellst from .loplin. .Mo., eaine in yr.sierday. Ho tvll,' as.s|«t Kev. it .^(. Ciimiilie!! in the revival si'iviivs which he iii loiidncl- in*.; here. do000000 00 o o c 000 o o O OTTtE BITS OF KAX.S.IS HITS O O O 0 A .Veidl ^r of Prose, Poetry, Xews O 8 .Votes ami r4imaieiit. O O 00000:0.00 0.0 CO 0000 . The Novor Crow Old club is nowamoop: Oarnetl's leadtas social orgnu- faailons. Ifthe experiment works otit irne to name. Ihls deparimenr would ilk* to have a Ifille '•.salve* on Ihe for- hiula. Preaphod In fhrlstUn Chnrrb. Hev. Kdmondw of .\UhHonrI Clii-, Mo., preat hid ye ^lerllHy iniirnlnt; and oven inn In the Chrlmlan church to KOOO iiiidlenees eonslderlnfr the hart we,'ither. posiiarii'!; in ednn('<-ii(iii with ihe po;!- idfleeK. The posimaiiier general piiis liim- -elf on n-cor'! as deeliledl.v oppo.scd lo he law which proliihiis the CMtahllslu iient (if fiosi,:! stations more ihnn five iiilcs lieyonrt ihe corporate limits of a city. alihoiiKh. he s-jys, no such re- ,!iiciion t-.\islh- with refereDce to ihr extension of the free delivery service. The department, he declares, should 1101 he paced in ihe position of Iieinp ihh- !o defivi'i mail from door 10 door, ind at the s^nie time of Iieinpr forhld- den 10 supply the dlsiri.-i so served Willi the oilier usual iKistai coiiveiiien- ."es. The repejil of ihe l;i\v eomplaineil of is nrsed. Pisnres relaiinp to ilie railway mail -crvlee (.how a decresiHe of lifieen in •he nnmher of railway postal elnk.s. neeoniniaiidaiion is made that rail- rt-ay postal c'erks he tjiven anninil leave of uhscnee with pay lor thirty lays, ami thai when so seriously dis- ahliM as not to tie ahle to resume dtilj It the I'Xpiralioii of iwelve nioiillis iln-y ma.v In- pranti-d di«;ildliiy leave I'.'iiii pa.y at ."irt per cent of their repu- 'ar crtnipensailoii diiriiiK sneh -diitahil- iiy for not cxeeedinc twelve .iddilton- il months. T!ie leKulalioni* eoveriiiK "sample .•i:ide.H" are ircaled at len«lh in ihere- corf. the poHtniasiei- fieneral eonelnd- iitr wilh the statement that the puh- • ishers wilh rare evrepiionK, have Indorsed the (tosition of the department •ind commended ii for the roiir«e pnr- •iiied. The nllenlion of eonKres.s it; invited 10 the previous reeomniendatlon for a rr'dneiion In the rate and an increase In the weicfcl limit for fonrlh-elnss m.-ilter "in oriler to remove an unjust dihcrlnilnallon 10 onr own ptviple." Sheriff is Back. Sheriff C. O. nnlllTiKer retiiroed from nourhon county .vesierday, where he spent Thankanlvin-.' wltli hiB mother, who ha^i iwen III for some time, WTilIe away the sheriff did Home hunting'with ancccaH, HOH l'iirrha«ed u Farm. Cern Me.MIIster of Ihla elty has purchased a farm near Sprlnrfleld. III. lie will move (here In (lie near filllire. \\m note niM ReKtauranl. A. li. .laeksoii will move lii.s rest.iur •iiii illt(^ Ihe liiiildiiiK formerly oeeu- iiled hy ('"loyd K'llioti Rroeery .ftore. Pcrionalij. .Mrs. >reKin.'ey w'ho has been vlsiilng Mrs. Louie Kinman for the pasi several days have returned to her home in rriirJfnsJon. ICas.' .toe Henderson of Cloud, K:is.. was here ye.stcrda.v visicliis friend.s. .Mrs. H. P. Schell of Tu!s,a Okla.. was here yesterday the giiesr of friend.s. Mr. and Mrs. .lordon returned .ves- lerday from a visit with relatives In Kincman. Kas. .loc Houston, of narilesville, was 'lere vcsierday vi.silins friends. He "orineily lived here. J. W. a .SpriDgatun, of Caney, proh- ^t)ly now reatiiea the liantlkap of havinf? too many letters In hta name. Mr. Sprlngstiin la gotiftr to Idaho and' the Chronicle hopes thai M W ('. «. does well In his new home" as Ilollerraaker Proper iiaa l»<<eu hlrcil 11 mechanic In the Kiifnas City sioUthprn Hl>opa at PlttKluirg, accord- inc to the HeadilKht. The mnmer me- i^hnlc doirbtleas Iboirehi that li waa the proper ihInK to do. ill IMiishurif, ix'ople pay ihfir laxiHi 10 .Mr, (ireef. No wonder tho antiiial tlilie KntherliiR has a iwo fidd sad- nesc The moKt remarkable fornuila, rc ci |Mi or pretieriptlon. takn your choiee, for producing laughter W given hy J. I'^ Dodd (ia.ston ilottse. of Topeka. H» 3ays. hit ai man wllhr «n asi*. .Maybe I)odd means the smiles for iho undertaker. In Ih^ ftititre-. the Caney Chronicle wfll charco for the publication of all ehnreh notices. Elect orrieers. Tt. N. A. Camp 128» will meet ou Thursday nUhf In M. W. A. hall. Of 'luer' for ihe year will be elected. s doe.'; all it docs by virtue of one thing— Power^ha power to create power. As fire turns water to steam so Seott'a Enuibion transforms thin, impure blood into pure, rich blood, giving nourishment and vital energy to every organ, every tissue and every muscle. Sendthki koMw-ef I and fMr .\ Cherryvalfr dalrvo.vant .'«ay.s ihat htuo-"anwtt'rs all sealed messages in trance." But it lalies rash to prodme the trance. The IJialtvi'le correspondent of the Port Scolt Republican believes In prIuiinK all the news. Says the writer: "lioe .Maycumber. who la wm-king 0111 of Eon Scott as a liueiuan. was iu town-.Monday forenoon. Ifaving failed to enlcb the mnrninR jiassenRer he wailed for the noon local." And then: "I J CC .Miweumber. who l.-t wr>rkin.tr as li lineman out of Fort Seoti was here to see the frxit hall Kflme. He was Keen later si rolling ar«uind with u school ma'am." In other words. r.ee. itaving failed to catch the i>as:seni;er train, cauiUit a school ma'am. Question, find the rea!k)n why l^e fnlled lo ratch the passenger. OrvH'e Callow, of Pawnee Is quite a -Merry" now. Since he began work on the section, he ha» learned to tell when n train passe.") over a low joint. . .The Derlater want raliMtii raa oell »IWl It W irt It tk« flkkNt rtnts l«c*Mr •Miaai .aad wt iMsMdyM a •Ktm nmSnSSJttmvNMr Korr « Bowm 4••rMriltMtlta»y •il•: Dopr Wo* O. K. Persona wbo.happened to be at the Katy. depot just before the morning train left for fConsaa City yesterday morning a»w pennanti and aLreamorfl of all colors everywohre. The pott- HORgan. wero golnn to lola to com- pfete. la the nuiaical contest which is ttelnir bdd at: that place today In: connection with tho meeting of the Sknitji eastern Teachtera- aasoelatiom Par- fiona tins entered a mualcal coatemt and fully ezpocta TO wln-aa the solo)at IR' an. aeeotnpHahed singer.—'Paiv MM Sellpae. , SUKlGiUrviiVfttVMi fiaqr. Toke om* No. 410 when Travelios Eastward I,eave.i lol.'i 7:19 pi af^ rives St. Louis .S:25 a. m. ThuuH'.h sleeidng cars. This train conncct.s wilh the eiut bound trains al St. Ixiut^ For fiirihcr jinrMrulnrs rail nnd L-ec us. C. P. I&le..^| It you are contempIgtniB tlji};j_ erection of a nioniimenf or taly-^^ let, call and see our new and'^ np-to-dale stock of Fqrt^ cn&'9 Aroeriean Cranlte.^t, ^6 eaxrs m the liest ihni can bo o«tal««- on Ihe market. Our MiMfi Is er)uipi>ed wlih a now ^ttiprem- ed air lettering macblRB fiar Irt-'-l terfng and tracing. Our pripes;' are tho very lowest fpr flraf class wjcirk Call anri.?e«. IIA tlilH^^. get prices. We want yolir business. Phonoll83. aM-Waai^SfeJ- J. D. mm Botlmate* cb«9rfully (iVen oii ijiijwork ^ v itSi a«a.4|t B. ISJp^ i Baek-t^.,^aMblla. ... AUsK 'l^aura Yoim|K:^ retuiiiQ^^. ififfi. morning from lola, when ibji att «i«> e4 the convantton of tA4 ,i Kansaa teadiera*' oona BfiUpaa.

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