Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 13, 1907 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, December 13, 1907
Page 4
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! Tke lOU DiUT UaSTEl > CHABLBS F. SCOTT * TdephMM. Report«ra* Room ISS ButineM Offlca • 18 COUNTYNEWS NOTES MJEST OF THE BITER. —* -I A gofjd many from here attended John Beahm '8 sale Tuesday. Mr. Eldridge is having a spell of 'bowel trouble again this weak. Mrs. George Morrison is here helping take care of the hog John Morri- Eon killed Tuesday. J. O. Peck Is here for an indellnite Visit with his brother. Charlie Peck. VIrgie Steele came over from Lone Elm Saturday to spend Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Crocker bought a cow and •Toy Crocker bought a team of colts and harness at the. sale. Mary Preston visited Ethel Mi'I- stead in LaHarpe Saturday and Sunday. The change made on the Katy Railroad will cause J. M. Preston to have to go to Burlington on Friday to be there in time for his appointment on Saturday. Mr., and Mrs. Schuster were celled to their son, Albert's, by the death of their three months did baby the first of the week. Harrison Steele writes he is well pleased with, California, and he has a pood job St good wages. J. M. Preston and sons are cutfin;; the hedge on the east side of the Preston farm. Mrs. Terrill called on Mrs. CIreen Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Green is having so much bronchial trouble she is (hInkinK seriously of going to New Mexico for the winter since .Mrs. Johnson has got so much better. PKAlltlK BIO.SE, I • There was no school nf Prairie Hose Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, on ncpount of the sickness of the teacher. Miss Gobel. Will Mrl'arland and family were the •Sunday guests at Hobert Roppr."!. and attended church at :Prairie 4 ^oso In the afternoon. Mrs. Alice Kflln and the younger two children were olir very pleasant guests Friday afternoon. Alta Strickler wen to Parsons Friday night for anotl er treatment of his eyes returning Sa.turday afternoon. .Mrs, Mattock is ktoping house for her son, Jim, while |his wife is away visiting ;)Ut 8:30 the word Uie line that Wll bn fire. Mr. and Sunday evening ab went over the teleph Wood's house was Mrs. Wood were spending the evening at Fred Kessler's. (Jjorge Ford's were the first to see tiie fire, but the house was then all i^ fliinics and by the time any one reached there was ready to fall in. Nothing/ was saved. How the fir^ originated family had spent th is unknown, as the day at Ed Wood's and coming home Wad done the chores without fixing up 'the fire, and then had gone on to Mr. Kessler's for a short call. The hiuse was owned by Mrs. J. S. Miller, wllio will buy a house if possible and move to the place at once. Cliarles Beahm /was an lola visitor Monday. j Mrs. Laura llaclerade went to Fort Scott Monday evejning in response a message that h^r father. .Mr. I^arue, had been strickenj with paralysis. I HAttMOXY. Earl Osborn rif near Neosho Fa vicinity, lie wa^ cousin, Dan Corn turned to his home Is Tuesday after a week's visit with relatives in this accompanied by his 11, Jr., who win visit relatives a few dkys. Miss Stoelzing and Zola Cloud visited with Mrs. 1,. J. Hoou Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Shornick from near Yates Center, visited Mrs. Shor- nick's sister. Grandma and Grandpa Cloud .the latter part of last week. Lex Hooe had his face quite severely burned last Wednesday night with gai It is almost well again, however. The burn was not deep but very painful. Mr. and .Mrs. Dan Cornell and Miss Flossie Cornell were the guests of Mrs. L. J. IJoce Sunday. The teacher -jnd pujiils are preparing for quite a time Christmas eve. They will have a cantata and Chps- mas tree. Reconstruction Sale! 10, 20, 30, 40 Per Cent Discount We had planned to be in our Big New Building by November 15tn, to display our Mammoth Stock of Furniture and endless variety of Christmas Novelties. We made purchases with this expectation, thinking we would have 15,000 feet more display room. For various reasons we cannot get into our new quarters before January, We have more in our old quarters than we c^n display, and still our warehouse is jammed full. We do not intend to move any more of the stock over than we can help biiL are going to sell it if Price will do it. For ten days we will give from 10 to 40 per cent discount on almost every article on the floor. If you have been thinking of buying any kind of house furnishings here is a wonderful opportunity to get it at a great reduction from the regular cash price. lEe lola Furniture Store, Look For The Flag. A. W. Beck, Prop. OPEN EVENINGS. Dioia DIOIOIOIOIOITOIOIOIOIOIOIOm THE LANDS OF PROMISF! And of fulfillment, where climate is also an asset, are along the Santa Fe, and easy to reach. There are irrigated farms, sections where dry farming is i>racliced, and. j)laces where rainfall Is depended upon. In some localities all these methods may be followed. Read about the various sections. ;Then visit them. Iloraescekers" Excursion tickets are. sold semi-monthly to Texas, Pecos Valley and Certain portions of Colorado and .Arizona, limit twenty-one or thirty days, dependent on destination. TheJr use will save you something. 1 W The Pecoii aTlley, The San Joaqnin Talley, >e >y Mexico and Arlsona, Texas, C'olorad*. ALL FBEE! W.,E. RALSTON, Agt lola, Kans. CHBI8TMA8 PBE8ENT8 Nothings better than a magazine for J. E. HENWEB80N. PfeMM W. 414 N. ItmAvf*. a trlend. For your magaxlnea aee I IlivinqstoD ^ Co CatraelMV mmt BalMm. p Alt of work a apecbilty t 8 .itk gyf awb rh «M IBU >'£OSUO VALLEY. C. U Arnold, reporter. December 11.—B. .1. Allen and wife of I.,ewls, Kansas, visited at C. JJ. Arnold's Friday and Saturday. Mrs.' Hornsy is now making use of her gas risht that was pranted by the city more than three years ago. a's an offset to a pipeline right of way across a small tract of her land. Mrs. Wash Dickey received a couple of visits from the doctor last we3k. She is now recovering. M-s. Bates living four or five milos north of lola haf? been down several tiroes to see Mrs. Dickey during her Illness. The house on H. "L. Henderson's farm that has been vacated for so long is now occupied by Mr. Fair. The drilling rig that was removed from th? Young farm, is now at work on the Butler place. It has bppn suggested by parties in an adjoining neighborhood that it would be a good p'an for a meeting to be called at each school honse west of the riv.»r to formulate plans for concerted action, against trespassing by hunters. In many Instances hunters hare had but little regard for the rights of the tanner eypn after belngr notified of the fact that dogs and guns were not wanted on; the DremUex they have slyly persisted in their efforts much to the annovance of the fannlntc community at large. We mlfJudKe the temperment of th» faVmlDg class If tbey would not mee' for definite action, on call of anyone who feels disiMsed to lead out in this matter. Peter Young came down from Law rrnco Friday and is now hauling his wheat to market. Mrs. Ferris of Lallarpe has been visitinsr at X. Arnold's during the past week. F. D. Arnold was talking over the lihone with some of his friends in this neighborhood Tuesday evening. He was at Piqua where he stopp.?.l over nisht with B. F. Clark, while on his way to Ws home at Crandail. Mrs. .1. V. Clark drove to Neosho Fa'ls with her mother. Mrs. Jacob Heath who had been here viaitins the first of last we?k. A now 5irl came Into F. E. Drake's home recently. .Mrs. W'eniger from north of lola is now staying at Dickey's. Badly Mixed UD. Abraham Brown, of Winterton. N. Y., had a very remarkable experience, he says: "Doctors cot badly mixed up oVer me: one s.ild heart disease; two calleil It kidney trouble; th»> fourth blood poison, and the fifth stom ach and liver trouble; but none of them helped me. so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters, which are restoring me to perfect health. One bot- <le did me more good than al' the flw doctors prescribed." Guaranteed for blood poison, weakness and all stom- ] ach, Kver and kidney complaints, by' nil druggists. 60c. Junior* I>e ]3ajrtmerEt: Store Hoadquartor* fof Xmm Tft CooMMMMf Toy Oenter Are college styles designed particularly to interest young men who desire original arid snappy clothes. Both models and styles of fabrics are exclusive. You'll find them to be considerably out of the ordinary and an entirely new departure in clothes making> Made as clothes should be made by Leopold, Solomon & Eisendnth, Cbicajra. Sold by OIM good clothier in your city.

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