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Iola, Kansas
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i THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 1, 1915. Tell Your Wants to aO,000 People iThrough the Register WAKTS-ALL KINDS ft ft IF IN" NEED OF A FARM LOAN,;or any kina of INSUR- ance, iiome to me. I am prepared to TAKfe CARE of you. R. L. 'Thompson, office over Evans'v Drug Store. Tel. 142. WANTS-ALL KINDS WANTEI?—MIDDLE AGED WHITE lady for general house work. Plione 698 after 6 o'clock. » WAXTEt )-.'STORAGE BOOM FOR sixteen automobiles. ' B. T. Barber. Phonfe 43aj • WANTEJpAN ENERGETIC AMBITIOUS actlTt man to establish pjerman- eiit business. Health and Accident Insurance, immediate cash returns and future . ABdress National Casualty Company, Detroit, Mich. FREE, VALUABLE ^TOCK BOOKS with each p^gchase of LeGears Stock Food. Ei kin^Hardware. FOR SALE—FOR SALE THREE GOOD PROPERTIES ON paved street. Will sell, trade or e.\change. See Kelley, Pennsylvania Hotel. 1 WANTEp—APPRENTICE GIRLS j Wanted in; the Millinery Department. —Bichardgon's. 4 FARME|flS i ATTENTION— W A N T com, wheat, 6ats, alfalfa and prairie hay in car lotg, any track. G. W. Alcock, Chaiiiute, Kas. BABIES* CARED FOR AT 202, N. Taylor. Mrs. Oldham, LaHarpe, Kas. WANTED—TO BUY A FEW GOOD calves. C|ll- 988-33. , WANTED—WHITE WOMAN TO DO houseworto'on farm. Phone 980-21 or address M^s. P. T. Hall, Carlyle, Kas. PAYING? EMPLOYMENT FOR WO- men; full or part time. Sell guaranteed cottorij lisle, silk hosiery to user. Experience.unnecessary; large profits. Spring business now on. International Mills, 3046 ^Chestnut, Philadelphia. FOR SALE—A FINE PIA'E ROOM house on paved street. Small payment down and terms to suit. Might take small aut^ on deal. Ringler Land Co. FOR SALE—THREE SPANS OF mules and span of ponies. Phone 154. Frank BOyer, LaHarpe. FOR SALE OR RENT-FIVE ROOM cottage, air, South street. Inquire C. S. Blnck. Phone SG7. FOR SALE CHEAP—TWO ROOM house to move. 402 North First St. FOR SALE—FIVE ROOM HOUSE; l)uilt three years. Price right. 402 N. First St.. ORGAN FOR SfVLE—WE HAVE IN lola a splendid fistey Organ, walnut case, high mirror top. good as new. Will sell at a ^argain rather than ship in. Terms oj" cash. Can be seen at Drake's Transfer Co. storage, or write Carl Hoffman Music Co.. Kansas City, Mo., for full particulars. FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—PIGS AND SHOATS. Call 987-23. Frank Bale. FOR TRADE—NEW BUGGY FOR milk cow. C. C. McCarty & Son. FOR S.-\LK—NICE BRIGHT TEX.AS Red Seed Oats. Also Commercial White Seed Corn. Phone 9S9-21- or 984-4. W. F. Webber. FOR SALE—FOUR-YEAR-OLD DUR- ham cow giving milk. Phone 240. Ringler Land Co. FOR SALE—WHITE BLOSSOM Sweet Clover Seed. .1. N. Thompson, Route 2, Moran, Kans. " FOR SALE—GOOD OFFICE DESK. 402 North FMrst street. FOR SALE—BEES,' 322 Oak. SOUTH PURE BRED WltlTK ORPINGTON Eggs for hatching. Also White Pokin Duck Essa. Chas.M. Punk Phone 1092. FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR EXCHANGE FOR SALE—RED POLLEI> BULL calves, eligible to record. James Holtz, Neosho Fails, Kans. FOR SALE—WHITE ORPINGTON eggs for hatching. Phone 392. Sharpe. FOR SALE—GOOD WALNUT POSTS Phone 975-21. Fd FCiR RENT—ROOMS FOE HOUSE keeping or sleeping; partly modern; 212 VV. Madison. 309 dR RENT—MODERN COTTAGE; South Oak. Phone 1178. FOR SALE—SHOTGUN, VIOLIN and bicvcle, or trade for pigs b'r calf. A. B. Collins. Phone 1S:;2. FOR SALE—PURE B.ARRED PLY- mouth Rock Cockerels. S..W. Harris, Geneva, Kan. and Rhori R RENT—FOR RENT FOR TRADE—160 ACRES NEAR, Redmond, Okla., improved; 10 acres' orchard, 100 under cultivation, balance in pasture and lowland. Want merchandise. Ringler Land Co. FOR TRADE—160 ACRE FARM IN Northwestern -•Vrkansas for lola residence. Address "R," care Register. FOR 'TRADE — GOOD AUTOMO- bile. : WTiat have you? C. C. McCarty & Son. FC|R RENT, FOR SALE, LODGING, Funjished Rooms, Boarding, and other card! can be had at the Register office, neatly printed in large, plain tyi)e, jifiva cents each. • •> •:• • •;• • • • o * • • • • • •> •:• * • F. 1. B. LEATEIL, M. D. • • Specialties— • • Diseases of the Chest •> >:• Diseases of Children. <• •> X-RAY. •:• • Pbones—Office 147: Res. 147 • •:• lola State Bank Bldg. i •:• • • • • • •:• • • • • • • • • •> UHARPE NEWS FOR TODAY •TOM THUMB'S WEDDIXG" TO BE I'HESESTEl) BY SCHOOL. UuloiitDwii noil Basket Ball Game— >ews Sofes and Personal Mention. dR RENT—FIVE ROOM HOUSE barn, close in. Electric lights, c 2TS. FCIR RENT—4 ROOM HOUSE, CITY wale • in house, located on East Spruce St. • CiiU Spangler, Phone 29. •EGGS FOR HATCH ING, ROSE Comb Reds. Also 1 splendid cockerel. Phone 310. FOR SALE—40 FOOT LOT WITH .5 room house one block from square on terms. Phone 117. FOR RENT—EIGHT ROO.M HOUSE barn, chicken house, garden, 4 to 30 acres. One mile northwest of city limits. Phc«ie 474W. LOST AND FOUND JZ'n:S{7'^e.^.^^^^^^^^ SALE-fIGURE PA.ER AND located, cheap for cash. "N,' care of sheep skiu scraps. The Register Book Register. , • I bindery. L03T-1 STEICL BALL BEARING Lawn Roller. Call 1 U\. Frank Riddle. •:• •:• •:• •:• • •:• • • •;• •:• •:• • •:• •:• •> • •> • >:• • • •> • •> •:• •:• • • «> •> o J. K PEPPEE Dentist . Office Riley's Hdw. Store East Side Sq. Pkone <(87 IRA B. FEANT2 OPTICAL CO. lola - - Kansaa LOST- A lUINCH OK KEYS. WILL ^ivo ro\v;ir.l. .1. I-. H(M}WC11. r ,\Kiranteed Human Hair Braids ' lor sale.. Combings niade to or- ' dcr. Coloring done. ."iit2 North • Chestnut. Phone 1-'12.' f ^^'^^C'C'^^-^ •>•> • • • • • HJIPPENIIIOSUPIIT OLD COLONY BOAD.S IX 1>DI,\> (KEEK TOWNSHIP UEfORTED I> BAD SHAPE. Mrs. Harrj Denton Sufferinjr Prom BroK^n Hilt—>ews >ote.s anjj Personal Mention. COLONY; Mar. 1.—Mr.s. C, A. Reynolds, wife' of the editor of the Humboldt Union, was a guest of Miss Gertha Shrecj, oif Lucas, sister of Mrs C. Denton.; ' W. T. W^son has hired Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Starafta. of Kansas City, to work on his fariji this summer. John Bridges and Arthur Gibbs, of 1 Kincaid, w^ere in town Friday and were surprised to find the Free Press had scooped the Kincaid Dispatch on a write uft of their live little home town ; . . Miss Fldfence Rolston and sister were herelfrom Westphalia a short "time Saturday. . Miss Pearl Mason .went to Garnctt on business Saturday. 'We 6t «rted|;to move in March's mud But slipped and fell with a thud. We said -;!;:;;! U'Vl' h ffi "x.x.\__h,.g@,!fiO-;«-';r )( When the ildrshall bawled, "Cut it out BVd.i" Norvln afnd Miss Elnora Matters were transacting business in olla Saturday. '• Ben Alcdrn was in town Saturday. Rasmus ftasniussen had a horso net n '.eg nearj)' cut off In the barbed wire Friday nlg^t. Mrs. Harry Denton suffered a broken rib as ti result of a fall the last of the Week. R. N. .McCaw farm from the Paola RussellK and will move soon; R. C". Ward on the Fred Ressel farm will mnvn to Humboldt; George Fagg xviil move to the Fred Ressel home farm; .A. L. Fagg moves • from the Mose Brechelsen farm;. 01!n Owens go^s to the Livingston place; Cal Pancake will move to a farm west of Mont Ida; Ra.vniond Merdick mbvcs from his farm on route 1 to'the Daynmdc pla 'C Koutiieasf of Wcstphalio'; Thompson moves this week to his farm known as the "Douglas farm." coming all the way from Calif., to do it: Wm. iV 'arner moves this week to the .John Turner farm. Clarence Mooberry returned tnOni- aha, .N"ebr., Sundav. .Miss Pafti Mather, niece of H. H. Facklpf, was; a guest at the Farkler home, returning to lola Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Will Young of Montana have been visiting her sister, .Mrs. N. B. .lohnson. Blanche Wade returned to (las City Sunday after a visit with her sister, Mrs. J. R. Roberts. The high school girl's basket ball team of Elsmore walloped the lola girls' team at lola Saturday night with a score of 41 to 24, and then came to Colony with their teacher. Miss Madge Carmichael, to spend Sunday. They were- .Misses Lena, Mabel and Edna Ard, Mona Engelhardt, Olive Cox. 'Edna iMnie'lson and Jessie Daniels, captain. Miss Irene Burnett was home from her Selma school Sunday. H, of Eudora. was lunzlcker and Allies the last of the Mrs. Hepry .Mo .ve a guest ofithe Ed. am Knoeil|)Ie fanill week. . }. W T Watson went to Kansas City Sntiirday an buBtness. •We are ;:rellably informed that the roads In Iiidlan Creek townshl)) arc in a bad (|on<^tlon, that there Jsn't a culvert In the t (Ownship safe to cross (Sri ^he rural route road on account of loose and broken boards and cave-ins aiid wash-outs. This is a very deplerable'Conditlon and should be attended to. I There isn't any road boss In Indian fiCreek and the , township trustee is vln Topeka. The roads «)v- erywhere -ttre in a, softer condition than thejl; have been for several years and this "snell of weather shows up tpe weik linkjf that should be remedied when the weather is so it can be Aoite. Cl4renc «r Belvolr has moved to me Daniel Kiftjeppie farm; Simon Cox will tend t|e Wm. Quiett place and has gloved; A^hie Gentry, iiae reatf§ %he PAIN GONE! RUB SORE, RHEUMATIC ACHING JOINTS Rub Pain Anaj' witli a Small Trial Bottle of Old «St. .Jacob's Oil." Stop "dosing" Rheumatism. It's pain only; not one case in flTty requires li^ernal treatment. Rub soothing, pehetruttng ''St. Jacob's Oil " right on the "tender spot," and by the time you say- Jack i Robinson—out comes the rheumatic piin and distress. "St. Jaco1)'s Oil" is a huruiloss rlieu- raatlFm liniment which never disappoints and <loes not biirn the skin. It takes pain, soreness and stiffness from aching Joints, muscles and bones; it stops sciatica, lumbago, backache and neuralgia. Limber up! Get a small trial bottle of old time, honest "St. Jacob's ,011" from any drug store, and in a moment you will be free from pains, aches and stiffness. Dbu't suffer! Rub rheumatism away. IKE DAY'S DOINGS AT GAS CITY Dll'HTIIEHIA KILLED D.\r(JHTER OF MIL AND MKS, .SHIPLEY. Vernon Moore Has Krturtcd (o Law- renee—>"ews Notes and Personal Mention. CASCJARETS CURE HEADACHE, COLDS, CONSTIPATION 'J'oniubt; riean Your Bowels and Stop Jleiiduelie, Colds, Hour Stoiiiaclu Gel a 10-c(!nt bo.x. Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse your liver, stomach and bowels, and yen will surely feel great by morning. Vou men and wonien who have headache, coated tongue, a bad cold, are bilious, nervous, upset, bothered willi a Eick, gassy, disordered stomach, oi- have backache and feci all worn out. Are you keeping your bownls clean with Cascarets—or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove tl'e sour, undigested and fermenting, food and foul gases; take the excess btld from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison'from the bowels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will straighten you ou^ by morning. A 10- ceat box from your driigglst means healthy bowel action; a clear head and cheerfulness for months. Don't forget "In wine there is truth," xir.oted the Wise Guy. "Yes, one swallow makes niP feel like a gird." added the Simple Mug. , The big i)o(atoes get to the toj) of the heal), but they wouldn't be there if it wasn't for the little fellows at the bottom. GAS CITY, MAR. 1.—The little 3- ycar-old daughter of Mr. an dMrs. I... A. Shipley, died Sunday morning at. 3 o'clock. She had been ill for several weeks with pneumonia and mem branous: croup. The family had been under quarantine and private funeral services were held at the home this afternoon and burial was in the cemetery here, —Couple of good residence properties very cheap, if sold al once. See O'Brion. Miss Ada Dwyer, of Cherry vale, is visiting relatives here. Edwin Hunter spent .Saturday and Sunday with his parents at lx)nc Elm MISR Blanche Wade si)ent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Mary Roberts, at Colony. A. M. Morgan, who lives in WestPrrj Kansas is here visiting his' brother Tom Morgan. I, T. I.eake, who has been visiting in- Drydcn, Ark., lias returned home accompanied by hi.^ brother, Henry Leake and wife. Miss Dixie Wade, of Ft. "Scott, spent Sunday with relatives iiere. Miss Lottie Gregg has returned to her home here after a tliree weeks visit with relatives in Quenemo. Joe Price who has been living on a farm north of town will move, this week to property on -North .McRac street. Roy Roberts of Ccony, spent Friday with relatives here. Mrs. R. D. Willis has returned from a visit with relatives at Hiattville.' V. A. Moore retui'ned yesterday to his college work at Lawrence after a few days visit with liis mother. Any, particular philanthropist will tell you that It is better to suffer from fatty degeneration of the heart than from the same hymptoms ns applied to the pock'ethook. Blohbs—"That, girl is as pretty ;•, ; u picture." Slobbs—"Whose picture? I'll bet she is never as pretty as a picture of herself." LAHARPE, March 1.— Friday, Mrs, Opal Ensminger entertained Rev. H. E. Craae and family and Miss Mildred Huber at dinner in honor of her birthday and that of Mr. Crane. —Smoke your meat with Wrigfit's Condensed Smoke.—Waters & Danforth, Drues and Jewelry. Mrs. Caroline Lowe, who has been spending the winter In Iowa, returned home Friday evening. Clark Huber spent Sunday with' relatives at Bronson. —We now have our complete line of Wall Paper On display, beautiful patterns. Priceis' from 7c double roll on up. F. .A. Cooksey, Druggist. Tomorrow night at the Wert Opera House the school children will present "Tom Thumb's Wedding." Little Miss Lois Brock will be the bride and Charles .Mitchell will act as groom. There will be about fifty different children that will take part In the act. The proceeds of the evening's entertainment will go to the Victrola fund. —If you want some good Wall Paper CHE.\P see Cooksey, the druggist. The boys' basket ball team was defeated by the Uniontown team Friday night at Uniontown. The score was 17 to 12. The l)oys who went to Uniontown were: , Guy Dowler, James Woodin, Buell Dougherty, George Walker, Harold Robins, Roy Hair, Charles Wilson, Wayne Preston and Clark Huber. —Get a Victrola and hear the latest music from the best talent.—Waters (6 Danforth. Drugs :jnd Jewelry. The delivery team of C. E. Penning- iton's while in the east part of town' Saturday morning became frightened when the tongiie di-opped. They started to run and the sudden jerk threw I the driver. Harold Roblnk, out of the wa.gon on his head. He was badly bruised, but his injuries are not believed to be serious. The team ran to the grocery store and stopp^. Henry Lambeth, of Moran, was a buHiness visitor in, town SatAirday. —We will continue our cutlprjces on Oroceiies until March 6th. |Also lowest prices on best Flour.—J. A. Brown -A. L, Wagner; of Chanute, was a vi.^- itor at the John Arnold home Friday Mrs. Fred Hendrix has moved to the property at 111 North McKinley. - Mrs. Nancy Bobo, of Blue Mound, is spending a few days witli her brother .1. A. Brown and family. .lames Weatherman, who has been spending the winter with his uncle, E. Gorrcll and attending the school here, returiied Saturday to his home in Kades, Colo, — We now^ have our Complete Line tif Wall Paper on display; beautiful patterns. Prices from 7c double roll on up.—F. A, Cooksey, Druggist. .Mrs. Willis Pettit and daughter, of GRAIN VALUES ARE LOWER CASH WHEAT IS QUOTED AS 03iE Tq TWO CE5TS LOWEK. Livestock. Is Unsettled-Cattle Yalnes Are Weakfand the Snpply Is iHeary. (By the Associated Press) ] iansas City Lirestock. Kansa^ 'City, Mar. 1.—CATTLE, receipts 11,000. Market steady to 10c lower Prime fed steers |8.0O@i8.6O; dresfied beef steers $6.75@7.75;, cows and heifers |4.25@'8,25; stockers and feeders $6.00@7.80; bulls |5.25@«.7o; calves $tt.0ft@10.50. HOGS-i-Recelpts 8,000. Market 5 to 10c highjer. Heavy $6.60@6.7t); packers and I butchers ?6.60@fi.75; light $6.60®6.75. Chicago Lirestock- Chicago, Mar. 1.—CATTI.^, receipts 17,000. Market weak. Beeves $5.50® 9.00; cows and heifers f3.50 @7.7O. HOGS—Receipts 42,000. Marekt was strong. Light |6.6o@€.82i^; mixed $fi,4.5@6.S0; heavy $6.70@6.75; pigs $5.7.5@6,^0. Kansas City Prodaee. Kansas City, Mar. 1.—BUTTERr- Creamery 29c; firsts 27c; seconds 2^; packing, stock ITc. EGGS—Firsts iSc; seconds 16c. ! F.VKM LOA>S, low rate, annual or ! ! semi-annual interest. Privilege • I to pay in full. ! . I.VSI'K.WCE written in the best I companies. ! K. M. CIJXMNGH.AH ! Office,State Savings Rank, .-^ • American MercUaht Ship "Evelyn/ Blown Up Oflf German Coast. niHEn MOlEBHieOIII What Then?—The Family Suffers, the Poor Mothers Suffer—Mrs. Becker Meets This Distressiny Situation. Collinsville, 111. —"I suffered from a nervous break-down and terrible headaches, and was tired all over, totally worn out and too discouraged to enjoy life, but as I had four in family and sometimes eight or nine boarders, I kept on working^ despite my Buffering. " I saw Vinol advertised and decided ;to try it, and within two weeks I noticed a-decided improvement in my condition and now I am a well woman. —Ajtrs. ANA BECKER, ColiiABville, III. There are hundreds of nervous, rundown, overworked women in this vicinity who are hardly able to drag around and who we are sui* would be wonderfully benefited by Vinol aa Mrs. Becker was. The reason Vinol is so successful in building up health and atrengtb in such cases is because it combines the medicinal tissue building and curative elementa of cod's liven together with the blood making, strengmening properties of a niciron. We aak every weak, ner< lUa, run-down nuui or woman in tbia cinity to try a bottle of Vinol on our ' guarantee to return th«ir money if it fails to'benefit. BURRELL'S DRUG SJORE. Kansas City Grain. ;Fm;FIB'eb.ha vedi.V p iggh' ighsya Kansa* City. Mar. 1.—Cash 'Wheat, market 1 to 2c lower. Xew—No. 2 hard. |l|44@y.47; No. 3, n.43@L46; Xo. 2 red $1.44® 1,4.*; No. 3, $1.42i4@ 1.43V,. Close—-May ?1.38 ;.)uly ?1.10% @1.11; Sept, 11,03%. GOHX--j^.VIarkel 1 to 2c lower. No. 2 mixed, aiaeSc: .\o, 3, 66ffifi7c; No. 2 white. 7(}@70Uc; .\o. 3. 69@69i-4C. Close—May 6Sc; .luly 70>Ac; Sept. OATS-I-Market to Ic lower. No. 2 white. r -agSo'^c; Xo. 2 mixed, 51>A@ 521AC. RYK—$1.20 per bushel. HAY—Market steady. Choice tlm-i othv, $1.5.00® 1.5..50; choice prairie $11' !S 12.00, Wheat Ireceived, 113 cars. Chic»KO Close, AVHEAT—May $1,47%; July $1 ,18%. ' COR.V—May 71 M,- (a 71%; July 73%c. 0.\TS—May 55 %c: .July PORK—Mav $17,12; July $17,50, LARD—.May $10.17; July $10.40.' Loca* JlarketH. rtoducis quotations furnished da > ny Coghljl Commission Company. Packlnf Butter—16c per pound. Fresh Eggs—16%c per dozen. Poultry—Hens, 10c per lb.; young cocks, 6c; spring chickens 9c lb.; F. P. F. ducks, 9c; F. F. P. geese, 6c; No. 1 turkeys, jlQc; No. 2 turkeys, 7c; old toms, 8c ;\ guineas, 20c eacb. Green Hides—14c; No. 1 horse hides 14.25 eact. Humboldtj, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here. . i Roy Culbertson has moved here frojm Gas City. i ~Dr R. Hook, Physician anii Surgeon. jPhone 66. Office south rooms over Natijonal Bank, Mrs. EJnma Kiddoo, after spending several weeks with her brother, J. W. Woods, loft Saturday for CoffeyviUe where she will visit other relatives. Lloyd Ashley, who has been suffering from an abscess as the result of an ulcerated tooth, was better Satyr- 4 DIRT CHEAP! , Oklahoma I^nd—from 10 to .640 acres, $& per acre and up; half cash; balance terms to slilt liurchkser; H':- on unpaid bal- .ancc.:\ 10 acres at $12.r>o, $05 cash, bal. to suit purchaser. , 20 acres at $.'>0; $400 cash; bal. to, suit purchaser. 40' acres at $6.00; $100 cash; bal. to suit purjjbascr. 80 ; cres at $6.00; $200 cash; bal. ti suit purchaser,120 acres at $10; $400 cash; bal. ,ta suit purchaser, 160 acres at $5.00: $400 cash; bal to 'suit purchaser. 250 acres at $5.00; $625 cash; bal. 5 years 6%; 320 bal. 5 lacres at $25; $4000 cash;l The Potter Realty Co. Koom 5—Old Court Hons Bldg.' Phone SiH.

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