The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on February 27, 1915 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, February 27, 1915
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JH|aQIAJ)Aa.XBEGISm>a^TURDAY.EVENING. FEBRUARY27.1915. Complying with requests from those in the country who could not attend our sale on account of had weather, we will con- Unue K until WEDNESDAY. If you have been disappointed by the weather, come the first *ff the week. RiGhardsGii 'b G|uidi4|t«&(iM:Jrrade Cbmniissioh, Named , b'y President Wilson $AFETT HATCH INCUBATOR. i$12 and up. Easy Payment Plan.' ' HENNINGER'S FURNITURE STORE. MILLER OIL CO. WHOLE3|LE DISTRIBUTORS Bfojestic Line Oils and ^Greases, Kerosene and Gasoline, • 1 !: jfolfl, Kansas. ^BRANCHES: C>\anute. Kas. Clinton, Okla. Humboldt. Kai. Cutter. Ohia. Wichita. Ka». Homettf Bait Band Rubber Boots — The Palace PERSONAL MENTION 1 Owingito the fact, that I am short of pasture for t|ie coming summer, will sell at public|sale at my farm, 2V: mi- south, 1 mi. 4est of Neosho FallB, 3 '/2 north and 2 i^esi of Piqua, on WEDXEIDXT, .MJII. 3, 191.;, j Commencing it 10 o'clock a. m., tli# following described stock: fiOKSES A >D MULES. Span mousi|-colored horse mule-s. a and 6 years ^li, wt. 2600. Span bay ^nare driving (iponies, D years old, wt. 850 each. Extra large year old sorrel gelding; good' black weanling coir; a «ood .sorrel weanling mare rolL • • CATTLE—Pure Alierdeen Anjrus. Registered |ow, S. years tld, jiasiure br«d; oow, 3 -yeai-s old, i)a}sture bred; heifer, year ofal;. bull, year old, extra good. Large ;Ved cow. t; years old, fresh in May;',^xtra good cow, 4 years old, fresh fri .^pril; Whiteface cow, 7 ytears old, caifat side; Whitoface cow, 6 years old, (plf at side; red cow, 7 ytars old, mipimg, (good one). Red cow, 3 years |>ltJ, calf at side; Jersey cow, 8 years raid, calf at side (extra good); 3 yearling steers; 3 yearling hjeirers; 3 2-fear-old heifers, fresh 00QO; 17 hcif€!r and steer calves (jgupd ones), 3 3-months-old calves. HOGS—Higii Grade I)urui-<'. r, sows bijed for spring farrow; 1 boar; I sow witif 5 nicJ pi^s; .^50 fall shouts, ^» to io pounds. I I Numerous iBiplements, some Grain, and Household Goods. I wisli to assure all bidders that tliis is no inventory, but each and every •article will be?sold regardless ol" pri.ce to the highesi bidder. TERMS —8 ^onths credit. T't, inter-. 4st, 4% discount for cash. , A. WRIGHT —AttqriSey llohn W. Srown has ^pened office^ in the Stevenson building where he ^ill Wpleased to receive! ^Uiose desiring: professional services. Will. Achter Went to Humboldt this afterniKiu to visit over Sunday at homp. i- -P. J Honan, Tailor, 109 W. Madison. J. L. O.^born, of Gas City, has gone to Humboldt lor a short visit. —Drs. UnJI <K Hull. Osteitpalbic 1'hjsUiaiiH. riiMDfis 1^ and MI. Mrs. \. .1. Buck, of .\ewton, Kas., who has been spending a tew days at the home of her brother -^ii -law. .1. .1. Griffin, superintendent of the Portlana Gas Company, retiiined to her home this afternooD. —Pork is cneaper^Presh Hams 12',»;c; shoulders lO'Ac; sides lOVjc. Robert's Meat .Market. Phone 73, Gas. .Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Taylor, who have been visiting friends here and in Gas City since early in February, returned to their home in Altamont. Kas., thi.s afternoon. —Exchange your Old Furniture and, Stoves for New at Ed Heiininger's Stove Store .Mrs. Mary Bair and her four chiM- ren returned home to Collinsville this afternoon; They liave been visitiiit; relatives here for three weeks. Mrs. R. Osborne has returned to lier home in Chanute after a short vl.'iif here with .Mrs. P. ('. Carson. —.r. w; Rickman. Paper- Hanger. •Phone r.S. -Mr.: and .Mrs. 11. n. Woodruff and their son, Roy, of Kiiicaid. spent the morning shoMiiiig here. —On request of our country friends who rould not come on account of bad weather we will continue our Xine- Cent Sale until Wednesday.—Richardson's. Mias Hattie Parrel and Miss Mayme Smith went to Geneva this afternoon to spend Sunday with .Miss Smith's parents. •—Apprentice Girls wanted • in the .Millinery De|>artment at Richardson's. Nathan Heath, who lives at G13 South State street, has been very ill for tnore than a y>eek, and today it was reported that his condition was very serious. . —Rugs, Rugs, Rugs: Over 100 new floor'Rugs at F:d Henninger's Furniture Store. Miss Laura Andruss'went to Moran this afternoon ito spend Sunday with relatives. • —Dr«>>sed hojrs 9e per pound. FM"- llvitred foia, Gm V.iij and LaHarpe. Other pointM F. 0. ft- Phone Roberts Gas CHy. t Mr and Mrs. C. B. Huff and their little daughter, .Myrtle, - stopped here for a short visit today on their way home to Savonburg after a visit in Humboldt. Mojwf to Loan —On farins, R. M. Cunningham, office State Savings Bank. ' Mrs. Raj- Bell will spend a few days witii iier parents, Mr. and Mrs. J\. M. T %tadell, in Mtjran. —Dr. O. L. Cox, Specialist, Eye, Ear, yose and Throat. I-. P. Matter and Miss Einora Matter, of Colony!, were business visitors here today-. ' —Tar Culoradi* Apples, JoaatliaB$> aikd Jeanttii; elioice and fancy, OB XO. Pitf. track near depot II.AO and fl.S£ per box. (First Published Feb. 2*;, 1915) THE PRIX.VRY BALLOT. Names' of the persons to be voted on at the Primary Election to be held in the City of lola, Kitnsas, on .Marcli 9, n\h. --For ('ouHniMsioner of Finance. I Vote for One) George Freeman. .\. .>. Shambaugh. For TreaMuret- of Rourd of Education. • J. H. Campbell Ftir Membersi of Jteard of Education. (Vote for Three I F. .M. Gonnett C. I,. Gard. Paul Klein. J. V. Merchant .1. v.. Powell. . Frank Riddle. ; . .1. .1. Simmonds. R. Ij. Thompson. ' I, tiie undersigned. City Clerk .of said City, do hereby certify the foie- goiiig list of names to be correct, ajid that said names will appear on the official primary ballot in the order above set out. I.Seal.; . O T.. HOLMES. , Citytlerk. .Mrs T. .M. Slack returned home this aiteirnoon from Ottawa, where she was called earlier in the week to' attend tlie funeral of he,r uncle. —On request of our ccjuntry. friends wlio cou;ri notlconie on account of bad weatlier we will continue our .Nine- Cent Sale until Wednesday.—Richardson's. .Mr. Jerry Haekett and hia daughter. Miss Ina Haekett, are visiting Mr. and .Mrs. Grant Siiockey for a few days. —I don't care about being the mayor of'Ida, but I do care to make your fiirni oan. Your.s for Money. .Arrowsmith, witli the Allen Countv Inv. Co., lo|a. jAlyn Boughton, who moved to L,aw rence with his family lale last summer is here on business today. II is rumoi-ed that the family may soon return to Allen county to li*e. :Mis. D W. Curfman has gone to Kansas City to visit relatives and friends for a week or ten days. E. W. Garland has gone to Garnet.t for a short business visit. .SOME PROGRAM Two Reel Feature "THE BANAKEE .HAIDER" "WHE.V FATE REBELLED" Keystone Comedy -A DA K K LOV EHS PL A1" E.\TRA! EXTRA: One Week at tlie Willis-Wood in Kansas City— HJERTIE" SHE'S A SCRE.AM: J. HERVFORD RE€0T£RI-\G FROM ATTACK OF PSEHMOXH. President Wilson iia .s just sent to the Senate the -naiiK's of live men for members of the new Federal, Trade Commission created by act of this Congress. It- is i-.tpecteil 111 Washington lliat there will be a fight in the u|)pe'r House over liie confirmation of sev- e .ral of the noiiiinatioas. Tile nominations are as follows: .los. E. Davis. iJemocrat, of Wisconsin, now comiulssioner of coriiorations. Ed. .N. Hurley, Democrat, of Illinois; \Vm. J. Harris, Democrat, of Georgia; W. H. Parry, Progreg.-;ive, of Washington; Geo. H. Ituliler:, Progressive, of Cornish, .V. H. * ' • * 51 Hare the Rerii^ter niialle4,t» * * JOB. On rural routes In Alien * «• Coan^ t&M per year: fLSS for « •0> « aioatlut 15 weeks for ;Se. By « « mail to any part of the U. & « « :i ;Mr a nonth. NnlMicribe now! * • AJESTlf Theatre \j TO.MIGHT BEULAH POY.N'TER in •LENA RIVERS" (in Five Parts) , Grace Cunard and Francis Ford in 'The Call of the Wavesr (Two Parts) 1 W. W. Black, Well„» Fargo agent at Girard returned to his work today after a short visit with his parents Mr. and .Mrs. W. K. Black. Mrs. Faye Peed will visit relatives in Humboldt over Sunday. E. L. Ruuyan, of Deeriiig, was here today on business I Miss Hazel and .Miss .Maude West who have; been visiting relatives in Chanute for a tejv days returned home this afternoon. .Miss Pattie .Metcalf returned home 10 Colony i:his afternoon after a short business visit here. Mr. and .Mr.s. .lohii Klemlck, of 91S .North Crie .stnut, are the parents of a daughter liorn yesterday. • It has been the general impression that interstate fare on all railroads was to be increased to three cents per mile .beginning Monday, March 1, hilt the railroad officials today learned tliat the Interstate Commerce Commission had suspended the increase indefinitely and for tlie present the existin .K fare of two cents per mile, within til" .-tate, will hold good. On. Tluiisclay afternoon Mrs. .J. F. Varner attended a Willard .Memorial meeting of the W. C. T. U. of Gas City at the home of .Mrs. Emma Gilfillan Mrs. Varner is president of the county W. C. T. U and to make her work really useful tn all the societies'she freqently attends meetings out of town. , Che.-=ter Reno, a painter, was driving his ear north on First street this morning, and blinded by the snow flakes tie did not see that lie was driv ing looclor=e to a Katy enaine which had stopped on the crossing. He col- iiderl witti tlie engine, tearing the top from his ear and injiirins Jiis ankle slightly. t. • - \ Campbell will be James M Campbell will be the un- oj)posed i-aiuiidate for treasurer of the school board. .Mr. Campbell's petition was filed by friends late yesterday afternoon. The candidates as they will appeaj- on the official ballot at the primary March 9, are: For Commissioner of Finance and Revenue. Georite Freeman, k. i. Sham- badgh. For Treasurer of the Board of Education, .Janies H. Campi)ell .For| Members of the School Board, F. M. Connett. C U Gard, Paul Klein, .T. V. Merchant, J. E. Powell, Frank Riddle, .1: .1; Simmonds and R \M Thonjpson. The high school bond nuestion is to be voted upon at the primary. lolans SiitmA Conseniai Clnb Daiv« .>'ew«i .Xotea and Personal Mentiva. HUMBOLDT, KAS., Feb. 27.—Mr. and .Mrs. W. S. Cunningham and children. Reed and Nonine left Thursday for Dewey, Okla., whtre they will remain for an extended visit with their ttaughterrMrs. Paul McDonald. Mrs. E. C. Gpble returned yesterday from a short visit with her daughters, .Vlrs. Tom Goes and Mrs. Ben Sback- lett. of Gas City. Janies P^ry wan in lola yesterday on business. While there Mr. Perrx met several old friends and civil war comrades and had a fine visit with tbeni., Miss Charine Bray left yesterday for an over Sunday visit-with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bray, of Wichita. Tbe Ida high school track teiim have entered the state meet at City and expect to carry off some of the honors. Luck to them: .loe Cunningham,^,Louis Rouusaval, and .lohn G. Hall rode the motor bus to lola yesterday for a visit with friends. Tue Presbyterians held a Progressive supper last night. Tbe guests started out at Mrs. Ernst's, thence to Mr. McKnight's and wound up at the home of Mr. J. E. Wakefield. A general good time with an abundance of good things to eat was enjoyed. The W. C. T. U. met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. D. Frohk. .^fter an afternoon of conversation on business and social ihatters, the guests enjoyed delicious refreshments, and all agreed that their hostess was a loyal entertainer. The Ladies' Aid o^ the M. E. Church gave a social at the: church last evening. A good crowd 'enjoyed a splendid program, after whi(ih light refreshments were'served. Ernst Cave and Ralph Daustcr went to Chanute yesterday to look for work at the factories there. Mrs. E. .lay is visiting friends in the country. .Mr. .lames Heryford, who ii-as been ill with pneumonia lor nearly the past month is now able to sit uii and is improving rapidly. .lohn H. Stovall has just finished a job of plastering at the .North school building. This work, makes a fine iiii- liiovement in the looks and durability of the building. Sunday school, morning and evening services and young peoples' ineetlng.-i at all the churches tomorrow. The firm of Clay & Gray, clothiers, start their big removal sale today. The sale will last until Satuiday, .March Cth. Clay &,Gray.Twill iiiove to the building recently occupied by O. V. Brett in the block west of the Citizens' State Bank. The Congenial Club gave a very enjoyable' dance at their rooms yesterday evening. A fine crowd was present and good music made the dancing most enjoyable. Mr. Richard Blair, of East Cottage Grove is in town today on business and visiting with old friends. Several lola people attended the dance given by the Congenial Club last night. Misses Florence and Jo Ellis of lola are visiting Miss' Alta Brown. Seventy-Seven Tean OI«l. —George W. Clough, Pi'entiss, Miss , who had suffered greatly with kidney trouble, writes: "Foley Kidney Pills are the only remedy that ever did me anv good at all ' Just think of the relief and comfort that means to him. Foley Kidney Pills are recommended for sleep disturbing bladder troubles, pain in sides or -back, rheumatism, and kidney and bladder ailments. Burrell's Drug Store. Mrs. 'W. J. Stang and her two child ren came yesterday from Towanda, Kas., for a brief visit with .Mrs. J. W'. Case and returned ftome this afternoon TOO LATE TO CIJ^SSIFY FOR TRADE—40 ACRES LA.ND 110 southeast Kansas City. 2 miles from county seat, two railroads. Would exchange for lola property. Phone 2fi3. F. VV. Soyerns, PaPlace Rooms. FOR SALE—SHOTGUN, VIOLIN and bicycle, or trade for pigs or calf. A. K Collins-. Phone 1332. For Auto Uva^y Phone S4(»—MKU Phone 1000 Good Cars and E.\per- ienced Drivers GET OUR PRICES RINGLER AUTO CO., 11* S. WASH. JOLA, KAS. Caooo ^ty Co&l To Close up Stock, White it Lasts—Delivered at V*M Per Ton. lola Ice, Cold Storage ^ Pod Company Phoae 116 Frank Riddle, Mgr. 5c f I The need for a new high school has been shown in these columns. Have the statements and arguments convinced you that it is needed? If not, visit the high school and personally investigate the matter. Go from basement to attic. You will be convinced. Tell your neighbors of your visit, and ask them to go and see what yo|u have •seen. ' ' Wishing for a new high school in lola will not build one; waiting for a new high school will not build one. We must be up and doing. There is a part for each one in this work for a new high school. Get ready to do your share. i HOW? Every man and woman should register. ' WHERE? At the City Hall. , i WHEN? I - Today. Register! Register! Register THE FIRE SALE Starts Wednesday at 8 a.m. This will be your opportumty to buy Furniture, Rufgs and Carpets at unheard-of prices. Do not forget the date, Wednesday Mpming at 8 o'clock, at the old Globt^ store, room. —A. R. i.' it HIT Bfofliertiood of Aoierican DesMoines. Iowa DesMioiiMs. Iowa 92000 13000 500 750 GOO 750* 600 750 200 aoo< 200 300 lOtH) , i5bo 200 300 Membership 210»00d Assets $3,250,000 Reserve Fund $2,750,000 Clain^s Paid $11,500,000 Issues Certlficuteii Paying, E.fpeetitneir B«4n«tIon Cash at death |1000 Cash for Loss of Eye 250 Cash for Loss of Hand 2.10 ' Cash for Loss of. Foot 250 Cash for Broken Arm . -i 100 Cash for Broken Leg 100 Cash for Total Disability 500 Old Age Disability yearly after 70 for ten years lOO DO NOT HAVE TO DIE TO SECURE BENEFITS Insures Men and Women from 18 to 45 Yean Old. Join the 'Veomen now and get your name Ln the charter list. The charter will close February 26th. The Yeomen Reserve guarantees permanency and future low cost. Policies incontestable. Have it explained now. See M. L. GATCHET, pist. Mgr. Phone 291 9 $3 .\. Jefferson Ave. | loU, Kan^. Meeting Nights in lola 2nd and 4tb Thursday Xights at..!^ of P. Hall. They Work While You Sleep—those little ads iii the Register's Classified Columns. • i

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