The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on February 25, 1915 · Page 3
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February 25, 1915

The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

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THiBIOtAi)AILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25,1915. Thursday, Friday, Saturday Final Clearance! Last Call! —Continuing until Saturday night Read prices in Wednesday's Register. The Big 9c Sale closes Saturday Night. •I SAFETY HATCH / INCUBATOR. $12 and up.; Easy Payment iPlan.^ HENJsINGER'S FURNimiRE STORE. MHIIROIICO. FIjIoNE II23. WHOLESAL|} DISTRIBUTORS Majestic^ Line Oils and Qreases, Kerosene and Gasoline, lirla, Kansas, ^RANCHES: Chanute. Kis. Clinton, Okia Ht|fmb«ldt|: Kas. Custer. Okla. v^lchlta Kai. Home of Bdfl Band Rubber Boots — The Palace PERSONAL MENTION The Philly Vaudeville Coiupaiiy i left today for Cherryvult'. liaviug comtilet- t-il- a short engageiatnit here at the Princess Theatre. ^ •P J. Honan, Tailor, 109 \V Madison, W. Lowe left this afternoon tor Ponca <'ity. Okla., for a visit with friends. —Drs. Halt & Unll. Osteopatkie I'hjslclans. t'boncs 12U and Wl. Mrs. C. . B. Spurgeon, of Brbnson, stopped here for a short time today on her way to Humboldt where she will visit relatives for about two weeks. ' —Pork ; is cneaper—Fresh Hams 12Hii-": shoulders 10',^c; sides lOVzC. Robert's Meat Market. Phone 73, Gas! Dr J. S. Sutcliffe went to Colony at .'loori to spend the afternoon on j>ro- fessionai business. ! —The entire line of Fall am! Wnter ! .Miliiufiry .goes at one \ivu-e for Thurs- vlay. Friilay'aud Saturday. Values u\'< I to $>..">'!.• choi'.-e ;*'.n-. Rii;iiardson'r. \" ' Mi.ss Roweua Wolfe weat to Welda, ;Ka^., this afternoon to atti-nd tlie . Xokes-Black wedding. : —loia Chapter No S. R A. .M. Coil-' j\(j!-ation T;;iu p. m. toaay. Mark Mas• le'r de;jr«-e.—O. if. .\eison. ye.,-'y. 1 Mrs. Stella East-Uvingston. now of St. Ixiuis, .arrived here today for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. East.>.: 1 -Mrs. R. O. Smith, who has been vis- ! iting'relatives in Moran.-returned to j her home this afternoon, I —The Richardson Dry Coods store j receiving- big shipnietiLs of new .Spring I floods every day. .(aiaes Kyle, of Colorado Springs, is \i-'^iting his father, John Kyle, for a few weeks. CanoQiCity Goal To Close ;:up Stoek, While it Last.s—Delivered at « *.v>0 Per TOD. lola Ice,:Cold Storage & Fu^ Company Phone 11^ Frask BiUle, Mfr. • U. H. I>.rsett. local manager of the Home Telt»phone Couipany. went to jWelda thi.s-afteruof/ii to see aljqut r*-- I pairing the company lines in that vi- cinilv.' , I . I —E .Mchaiigf your Old Furniture and i Stoves ,for .\'ew at E^l! Heuniuger's I Stove store. t Mrs. F. K. Fauceit and her two chil­ ly'ren returned h-ome to Chanute this lafternoon after a visit here with her ; mother, Mrs. Anna Rogers. i —Fall and Winter Coats put in two I lots. Ij3t 1, values up to IIT.'.O, choice I l.i.ST. IM 2, value.s up to iZO, choice I $7 4!<.—Riohardspn's. j .Mrs. Ida AsijfcU, of Chetopa. Kas., wiio has been here three months visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Coats, re-turned home liiis afternoon. She was accompanied by her little grand- dauglitcr, Gladys Coats, who will visit Sier lor .some time. • I Mr .-J Cliff Thomas and little daugh- [ ter of Fiedonia, who have spent a few i days here visiting at the home Of .Mr. iund .Mrs. .\. ;N. Mitchell returned home ithis morning. } W. L. Casey, representative of the I Parsons nursery, was here today on ' liu.-iness. j —l*9c will buy choice of any Fall or 'i Winter Hat Thursday, Friday and Sat- 1 urday.—Richardson's, Kev. 0. C. Mooinaw was leader at the meeting of the Y. -M. C. A. Bible ' Class last night iand about forty men and boys were pi-esent for the supper and the lesson. Harris ffiischer was elected to fill Harry Sheue"s place as li-aptain of the red side. I >otiw! ; —1 am a candidate for the nomina- Itirrn for th.e office of Commissioner o. ' I'inancf- and Revenue of the City c -f I lijia. at the Primary to be held on .vtarch the (Hh. Your support will be :-.pi 'r.>cialed A.-.I. SHAMBAUCH. Tonight is ladles' night at the' Y. .\!. ('. A. and the ladies wlio have become howling enthu?iasts will meet to .test their skill. The attempt to make th-- sv.ii:iming pool popular has failed (in account of the cold weather, but jgood crowds visit the bowling alley. j 'and it is hoped that the attendance will I increase as the weather becomes more j favorable. pj Phn^over ts here from Mtldretf for a short visit with bis parents. ' H. C. Witt, of Parsons, traveling freight agent for t'ae M. K. & T., was here cn business today. ' The Ida lodge of Yeomen will hold | Ik public installation of officers and j deilJfation of the charter in W. O. W. • hall tonight. Eltier E. Duval, of Kan-1, sas City, Mo., will deliver an address. [ The police: received a report this i morning that, the' home of Frank Carver, in East! lola, was robbed ot a; quantity of wearing apparel last night, i Miss Elston, daughter of .1. P. Els-i ton, custodian of the county court i house, was painfully injured while at- j tendlivg a social gathering at C. .A. R. HallTuesday: niglit. She was sitting in a chair beneath two muskets which, with bayonetk fi.xed, were attached to the wall. In some manner, the guns were loosened from their [losition ami j one fell, striking Miss Elston on the head. The baj'onet Jnflioted a slight wound. i)ainful but not serious. ; Yates Center .lournal: Dr. C. E. " Simpson and Sheriff Carrol! quarantined 119 headjsf cattle on the former Ryan ranch north of town last week. Several sieers on the farm had been • shipped in from ijuarantined tert'itbry | and it was thoug'.it 'best to take precau tlons against the foot anjl mouth dis- ea.se getting a start in witKiso'n county^ Dr. Simpson, who is a deputy' stock inspector, .says tliere ha.-; been i no .trace of the disease thus far in the county. 1,000 pairs of Women's, Big Girls. Misses' and Children s Shoes that sold for $1.50, $2.00. $2.50, $3.00 and $4 .0a on^ special sale Friday and Saturday, to clean up. at m.mMM, $1.45, $1.95 anil $2.4S (All good dependable footwear) Dofl't miss this sale Ulf^ Everybody COME 10 Per Cent Off on Each and Every Pair of Shoes Not on the Bargain Tables. "REFISEIJ .MONKY T(» PUOIf." Carrjnza Kenort Teliji '•Wlo" Vfwsis Were Expelled. Kl Paso. Tex . Feb. 2.",—The Roiijan Catholic priests whose detention at Mexico City by the Carraiiza officials has occasioned dijilomatie solicitations by the American state department ar- rivi'd today at Vera Cruz, according to official Carranza advices re.eived here The news bulletin conveyed the following version i)f the affair: • "The priests jWere e.vpelled from Mexico City for failure to contribute |fj*-'>,OCM> for the relief of theiJ'ior. "They are beiur; critli'i/.ed for not making this contribution, thousli they .irave lluerta 4i'p,0()i!,iii'i» pesos." SE\TK\<KI» TO SIXft Sl.Xi. ' llciny Term for .^M« ('i»nviel«l of I Swindliiicr Uirh >Voiniin. 1 New York, Ftd.. 24.—Ri.'hanl .1. Hartinan, former tiieater ticket brok- j t-r. convicted recently of swindling .Mrs k'hurlotte .Mackenzie out of iV.V.',.^)W, j was sentenced today to serve not less than five nor more than nine yr >3rs and 'ieven months in Sing Sing. ' .Mrs. Mackenzie testified that ln-r •husband's entire estate. aggri-galiiiK ibo,ut $';40,i)(i0, had been dissipated !,v H:u-tiiian. to whom uiie had truated her affairs. do Hou.se of Representatives by a vate of gixty-three to nothing, passed tlie ^ bill today for the enforcement of 'he slate-wide prohibition constitutional amendment. i The bill ditTers from the senate i measure by forbidding the sale'of liquor by drug stores or by any other 'agencies or individuals. It will be s.iii to conference. ! the Rumanian army, will takf the fieJd j in April, says the .Matiti's Bucharest ; correspondent in a dispatch filed by • wuy of .\ish and .Malta Kl.HAMA TO .lOIV AIJ.IKS.' C 'tliirHdo lli>ii >.e Viiite'- Prr. Denver, Col., Feb. 24—The Colora- KiM->uira>it lieiiort Is Thai Vriuy WiJI Take Field in Aprli. Paris, Feb 24,—.Nicholas -Mi'^u, ,Ru- iiianian minister of London, will soon ;.-turn to Kngland bearing a.note a:-;- siiriiif; the Hritisli .sjuverumeuL that ! ru)ii<< .4 re Oi'ten Xo.«t Serions Stop r<i>i>(ii)l« Complications. : —The di.sregard of a cold has" often j brought many a regret. The fact of j sneezing, coughing, or a fever should j lie a warning enough that your sys- j t-rm needs imiiiediate attention. Certainly lohs of sleip is most serious. It i." a warning given by Nature. It is , man's duty to hiiuaelf to assist by do; iii.^, i.art Dr. King's .N'l-w Discovery I is ila^:eli on a scientific analysis ol ' cdds .'''n-. at your druggist. Buy a bottle today —.J. W, Rickman^ Phone -'.H, •:- Paper Hanger M0\EY: fnOAEYI MOXEV! Who wants money? Plenty of money to liban on good farm security. Prompt service. Farms apjl City Property for sale or tr|3e. Choice bargains. Also SQrfie very desirable suburban ira(fes to offer. We solicit a share of your business. THE POtTEB UKALTY <!o. Wit!) E. W. Mvler Old fvurt Ji <Hi $te Pbun«$l^ I Mrs. I .U .f. Works'returned home to j Humboldt this afternoon. She has I been here for a short time attending to business. , —Dr. T. 0. Canatsey. Pianologiate. jiPiano Tuning & Repairing. Phone 421. { .Mrs. Walter Skagp. who has been ! spending two weeks with relatives in ; .Moran i.assed through here today on her wa.v hoiiie to Chanute. , OJELITEOS 4 FEATLRE HEELS 4 Domino Two Reel Feature. "FfOiVEH OF THE DEiSEitr' "THK ROLLING MILLS" "BOBBY'S MEDAL" Kevstone Comedy -HWiA-N'S WILO O.iTS" -Miss Eva HaU— Soprano Soloist 5^ AXY SEAT 5* AFT|R JIAXY YEAHS —If a beitW cough syrup th|au Foley's Honey ^nd Tar Compound could .be fomid .,we5would carry it. Wfe know this reliable iand dependable mlediclne .has .^riven satisfaction for more than forty years;'^therefore we never offer a subEtltute-jfor the genuine. Reeom- meaded forj coaghs, colds, croup, whooping ccSigh bronchial and la- grippe cougl|s No opiates, Burrell's Drug Store, i —Dre.s«ed vho^s 9e per pound. De- lltered lola; iias Tit} and LaHarpe. Other poinlH F;. 0. B. Pbone 'i, Koij- erts. Gas CI|r. —Attorney John W. Brown has opened oftit|;s in the Stevenson building where b?; will he pleased to receive t^ose desiri^s; professiooal services. 1 ani ^Vlnter Suits all . , Choice $7.49 for Thiirs- Fridav a'nd Saturday.—Bichard- —Ladies, Fa put in one lot. (iav. ' Dan Roman Chanute for a of Moran, has gone to visit Of several days. • Mwney to Loaa 1 —On farms R. .M. Cunningbain, office State Savings Bank. .fas. Peed went to Kansas City this afternoon and will retui-n In a day or two with the new Brush car he has recently purchasmLj —Dr. 0.1. Cox. HUedalist. Eje, Ear, V «!<e aad Throat. Mrs S. H. Wallace and her son, Vergil, left this afternoon for .loplin, Mo.i where Mrs, Wallace will help to carei for her daughter, Mrs, E, Robson, who Is seriously ill, —Rugs, Rugs. Riigs. Over lOO new floor Rugs at Ed Ijienninger's Furnl- tiire Store. " [ Mi-ss Lola Powers who has been 1 here for a short ticne lootting after business matters,: returned home to Kiocaid this afternooa. MESTir Theatre \j TOMGHT. "THE MASTER KEY" "A Pag^ From life" ; (Two^PartB) "T^Jewel Of Aliah" 'BttVB's BOitr Escape' . _ : (L-K-O Coimedyj TOMORROW' .1. Warren Kerrigan as Terrence O'Rourke in Ihe iOog and Mao' SATLKOAY MAT. AND MGHT! Special Eiiira ^enient! BEULAH POYNTER In 'LENA RIVERS" 1^ (.In Five Parts) Beulah Poynter is the orig^al Lena Rivers and had as much to do with making the play famous as, the play itself. A Rare Treat for P^tnre Show PatroBK.' "Even in the Sunny South!" Whether you have always lived in the sunny south lands or whether you are a visitor there from the North, you'll notice and will welcome the rapidly increasing use of radiator heating in the better homes, hotels, leading stores, etc. Even in Florida or southern California when there come days of the ** Norther," heavy rains, penetrating dampness and high winds you'll find the only reliable method of heating, just as in zero climates, is by these national comforters—an outfit oi /l RADIATORS ^ PEAL IBOIURS An IDEAL Boiler will burn least fuel because it is unnecessary to force the fire send heat to windward rooras-—the more heat needed at the exposed side of the house, the faster will be the flow of warmth to the AMERICAN Radiators stationed there to offset the cold. , AH IDEAL Boilers are or may be fitted with an IDEAL Sylphon Regulator, which gives perfect automatic control over the draft and check dampers, insuring great fuel economy and uniform heating. Saves rvinning up and down the cellar stairs during quick changing weather. It is the greatest improvement made in a century for exact control of the volume of heat. The sure comfort and every-day economies, conveniences and cleanliness of these heating outfits have been demonstrated in thousands of notable buildings, homes, stores, schools, churches, hospitals, theatres, etc., in nearly every civilized jcountry. Besides, this ideal heating is endorsed by all leading health officials, engineers and architects. That is why IDEAL SMOKELESS Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators are so fully gvaranteedl^ Yet they cost no more than ordinary types made without scientific tests of construction and capacity. IDEAL SMOKELESS Boilers and AMElilCANl Radiators do not corrode, warp nor rust out by action of fire, iases or water—will last scores of years! They reduce the cost of living and better the living ! ,1.. 7%eir purchase price is k for-sighted investment, adding 10% to 15% to rentals, and you get "full money back" if building is sold, or larger loan from banker on buildings thus modernized. If freezing days at home hive again shown you how comfortless and fuel-wasteful your present heat- ingis, write us /orffly for (free), book: — "Ideal Heating"—which shows how to make your ovy-n inside climate at a turn of the radiator valve and save fuel. Iron prices now rule the lowest in 10 years—best time to buy and at this season you get the services of the moat skilled fitters! A No. 1134 IDEAL-Boiler and ^Wl aq. ft. of 3S-i^ AMBRICAN Badiatan. cortiac the «w<>«T S235, wcniucd to Iwat thisoottaae. A* tbii price the cooda can be bought of any reputable, oompctent Fitter. Tbi« did aot iadoilc CO* of \abo mc.i which vary other cooditians. laboe, pipe, valves^ fretsbt. which vary accgrdioc to cSsatic and Tht ara i« M mSAI. 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