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March 5, 1915

The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

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THfi FRIDAY fiviiNiNiG}: MAiicirs; idis. The new Spring things are prettier than ever Ijhis season. Gur i Millinery department is going to be the biggest thing of the kind in Southeast Kansas this sfeasori. Come sefe the new creations. Allen County's Greatest Department Store Tlie Project of Sending the JiiiMneso Soldiers to .Europe Being Ad> j Tocaled: by Association. j Yokohania.-^porreBpondeDce of ihc Associated ••*re«s.-^The project of swding a Japanese army to Europe is to be. pushed farther by those who have proposed tbe idea. A mass niect ing wis 1f «ld here and largely attended by- those who cheered the spc'inch- ea. The: foItowiDg resolution was adopted: "The Association Advocating the Dispatch of Japanese Troops to VA\- rqpe pledges Itself to do its best to fnduce the Imperial Governnieni to aerahgc with -the governments of Great Britain, 'Rassla and France, the teVms on wliicfc' Japanese tioopg ;ire to .be dispatched to Europe, in com- pUapce. wAUi t%ir desire. With this end in view.the association will try to create public opinon on the subject." Shuroku Kuroiwa, fSltor of the Yo- rodzu, a newspaper which has been active in support of the plan of send ing troops to Europe, declared in a speech at ^the meeting that if the present war should end in a victory for Qcrmany, the future of Japan would be in danger. He. held that it wag most important that Japan do all in her power to avert such=an issue; He also said tliat if the Allies were victorious their influence neces sarily would extend to the East and an alliiince with these powers would be ncces.sary. Under these cerciim- sla;nces he believed that Japan would do well to render assistanc at this time. Ho spoke of a third possibility, namely, tjiat if tin? war should be a long one. to the exhaustion of the belliRorent • powers, it would be inevitable that the United States would gain tile ascendancy, in which event he thought pressure would he brouglil to bear upon Japan by the United States. You—Or No One Else euea to iMbald. Yet^Huitiawliat will happen if your hair doesnot atop f alliak out. • r "93" Hair Tonie In our oniBioB ia tiia beat hair tonio on themadcet. fioldonlybyua— SOoenta. Burreli's Drug Sfora. am. ItlSLNU STAR. March 4.-^Mr. and Mrs. George Stout and sons, Claude and Marshall, and .Mr. and Mrs. H. Li.- Hardy and daughter, Christine, spent Friday even ing of last week with Mr .and Mrs. R. .A. Hardy. Miss Ocea Dickenson, of Montevalc, and .'^liss Mary Readc of I.aGrande, sjient Monday night with Virgie Daugh erty and attended the pie sui)pcf :at Kisiiig ,Star. .Mr. Men Wynn, of Garfield, Kan., vi .sited his sister, Mrs. Tom Kinizcy, and family a few day.s this week. Mrs. O. A. Chltwood called at -Mrs. Young's Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goyetto and daughter, of near Elsmore, arc visiting at the parental Chezuni home a few days. .Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Curley are the proud parents of a baby boy born Thursday, Fehruary 25th. Mrs.- R. Daugherty spent Monday \Vith her daughter, Mrs. Howard Hardy. Miss Mae Curley is staying with her brother, Frank, and family and helping care for the new bojr. On Monday of this week at lola oc- cujTed the marriage of Miss Ella R6gers and Mr. Earl Chezum. We join with their many friends in wishing thfm a long and happy wedded life. ! Mr. lesso Huffman helped Mr. Jerome Dawson butcher Tuesday. Marguerite and Herbert" Rickey of lola are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Albert Stout. Viola Curley is visiting her aunt, .Mrs. Sam Lilldy, this week. The pie supper at Rising, Star was well attended, considering the roads. .About five dollars was taken in. .Mr. Dawson Young made a business trip to lola Saturday. Mr. Jim Chezum and son^ Niite, went to Kansas City Friday morning with Mrs. Roy Siders and returned home Sunday. Bad roads and bad weather are de- l.nying the assessors in making their reports. Vcr.y few returns have hean received by Cpunty Clerk Seymour. He is required to flic an abstract of the reports l>y May 19th and for thatirea- son desires to kecj) up with tbe assessments as made by the deputies. Several-of the eastern loan companies, it was announced today, have notified their lola agents that because of the showing made by Allen County at thfc international dry farming exposi- tiqn at Wichita, loans may be made in' this county at 6i/i per cent, while tire old rate of 7 per cent prevails in other counties. As \Aic Moore, rural mail carrier on route number two, was driving In from bis trip last evening bis horseb l>et came frightened near the southeast poiuer of the square on Madison street iind rrin west. Xear the southwest cor ner of the square they ran into an au- touiolvile, -ipsettlng the wagon. Mr. Monro was not injured and the only damage to his wagon was a broken wmdow. T!ie snowfall In lola reached a to- l<al of 8i;i inches. Observer H. K. Hol- conib stated this afternoon. This is the record not only for this season but for several years. • SOUTH «F LAllAKPE. Mar. 4. —Yesterday we sang "Wbea the Roses Come. Again"; today It is 'Snowbound" and tomorrow it may be "Sunny liansas." i Mrsk Ben GrieVea from north of La- Harpe, visited • lier fajther - Warren Hockett and family fiver Sunday. , ' Rev. Hibbs .reforned home the first of the week from out west, where he was holding;* meeting. Mrs. James Clark was v^ry sick last Ttiesday and bad to call a doctor •. ' Mr. F. Williama, who want to the .harvest fields about eight months ago i returned home the flra^ of the w^^k. |^ PERSONAL MENTIONn M\sB Mona Campbell, who has .-been here several days visiting friends, returned home to Joplin, Mo., this afternoon. : —Shall jwe see Arrowsniith of the Allen County Inv. Co. about that Fire insurance. Certainly!. Do It Now, •.Miss Fleta Osburn lleft this afternoon for Ttrlsa, Okla.,'where she will spend two or three weeks visiting her sister, Mrs, A. li. Martin. —Good hunij) Coal for your cook stove at lowest prices at lola Junk Co. 409 N. Jefferson. Phono S17. Miss Ijucile I^ott went to Yates Center yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. W. T. Hefron, until the end of next week. —Rugs, Rugs. Rugs. Over 100 new floor Rugs at Ed llenninger's Furniture Store. J. G. Tindale, who has been in Sa- llua and Kansas City for a short time on business, returned home today. —Take lunch at Mundis' Drug Store. It's Clean. The illness of the twin babies of "Mr. and Mrs. Mark Proctor has develoi)ed into pneumonia and both arc serlou.s- ly ill. —,r. W. Rickniun, Paper Hanker Phone r>S. ^ A. H. Webb, of Wichita, was liern on business last night. , Mrs. C. H. Vandovccr, of Mildred, spent a part of today shopping here. —Gasoline at the Palace Garage now for 11 cents. Dr. M. M. McFarland went to Kincaid at noon, to spend tli^; afternoon on business. —Special Saturday at the Palace of Sweets: Butter Scotch Wafers, l .'ic lb. Mrs.!.Nettie .Mllson, who has been ill a great deal this winter, is now suffering ;With severe inflamation in her eyes and is unable to attend to hej- duties at the Richardson dry goods store. : —Get your best hump Coal at isumr mer prices. .\ car on M. K. & T. Iraek for three days.—lola .lunk Co., 40!) N, Jefferson. Phone 317. ; Frank Young, of .Moran, was a husi noss visitor in town today. —Full line of Renjctico Typewrit^n- Supplies at Minnlis' Drug Store. W. J. McElwain, pro))rlctor of the Palaic of Swrets, today received news ol the death of his father, .1. \V. McElwain at his liome in Ijansiord, N. D. Mr. McElwain. sr., was sixty-five years old. About a year as'r he suffered a stroke of paralysis from which he never recovered. Owin;; to the fiff- ficulty of travel Mr. McElwain will not go to attend the funeral. —Exchange your Old Furniture and Stoves for New at Ed llenninger's Stove Store. Mrs. G. F. Joliff and Mrs. Scott Woodruff, of Mildred, who have been visiting re'atives and friends here for a few days, returned home today. —Eat dinner and supiter wilh ladles of Trinity church at G. A. R. hail Sut. urdny. Everybody invited. Mrs. .Anna Hook left today for lier home in Marysville, Okla., after a visit of four .months with her parents, Mr. pnd .M/s. B. D. Nortlicott. Money to Loan —On farms. R. M. Cunningham, office State Savings Bank. Mrs. R. T. Barker and Mrs. E. H. Burgess, of f>anc, Kas., wiio have' been visiting .Mrs. A. .1. Wlliauis. went to Hari)er, Kns., today for a short visit before returning home. —Dr. i>. L. (,'ox. Specialist, Eje, Ear, Nose and Throat. Mrs S K ;. Potts, of Carlyle, spent t'le morning shopping here. .lerry-Bedwell will spend the next ten days looking after business interests in Quincy, III. Two g^^^ Eiaiw> Dealers m the Soiitliern Part d£ Kansas Have Their stocks of Kimball Pianos and Player- Pianos have been taken over by us to be closed out AT ONGE at a VERY LIBERAL REDUCTION in prices. i— Drs. Hull * Hull. Osteopathic Physicians. I'liones 130 and Ml. Mrs. Roy Roberts after a short visit witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Wade in Gas City, returned home to Cdlonv this morn'fug. OVERNIGHT RELIEF FOR CONSTIPATION When the bowels become clogged with a mass of poisonous stomach waste, sick headache with all its attendant misery, belching of sour stomach gases, bloat and general discomfort are sure to follow. A mild, pleasant laxative-tonic that will carry off the congested mass without upsetting the stomach or griping the bowels, is the combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin sold In drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. A dose taken just before retiring will afford grateful relief next morning, without unpleasantness or discomfort. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the ideal family remedy, especially for tbe women and children and old folks. A free trial bottle can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 4.".2 Washington St., .Monticcl- lo. Ills. THF TOPTiJBFS dianH; aian^ble weather end ordinatg treatments are 'dfkn usele&. ' '. 8adi coBffittma need the oQ-food Imlfemlt'a Enud$iom to r «dnce the faliariona aci^a and ctrengthen the otgaas io cxi>d tbeai. Seeff'a fmaln'en^^klLeaKfoI diet fir «M -imatlii-.:«ftcfi relicvea the Mmmm mmadrntmi-taOaiMti ^.f itfirtaMdaAdrntiie almrv, :jn*eatahl>p>ha>irlie«, other m • f5,00» PRIVATE MO-^E^ •> to loan on Farm Security. Rea- •> Konable Rate. Optional Pay- •> ments. Prompt Service. <• lOIrA liAKD CO. <• Frank Riddle left this afternoon for Kan.sas City for a short business visit. Miss Iva lloss who has been visiting friends in CMianute for two weeks, returned home this afternoon. Sheriff Kd. .). Diinfee was a business visitor in Humboldt this morning. Hen Wittenberg returned home this afternoon froip St. Ix)uis, whore he has l)cen visiting relatives and friends for about two weeks. Virgil Willis, whose right eye was injured in a basket ball collision about two weeks ago is recovering, but still finds it i.'ecessary to wear a shade. .1. D. Kyle has gone to Winfleld, Kas. for a visit of two or three days. .Miss Fanny Cline, who underwent a slight operation Tuesday morning, is recovering rapidly. Tile Moose gave a dance al their club room on Soutli Washington avenue last night. There was a good attendance despite the bad weather. —Get jour best Lump Coal at sum-' iner prices, from Jola .lunk Co., first door north of M. K. & T. depot; 409 North Jefferson. Phone 317. On account of the storm the s<!ventli episode of the "Master Key," the se- ripl being sluiwn at the Majestic Thearo, did not arrive last night and patrons were disappointed, but the man- a.gcnient has made arrangements to !iave this episode shown some evening iie.\l week, so that all wlio want to see the entire series will not miss anything. Mr. and .Mrs. I.,ee Dodd, who liave li.ed in lola for eight years, have de- citled to move onto a farm a mile and a half Jiortli of lola. They have a real many friends in town who will be gl.id tliat they are not ,f,oiiig far away and who wish them success in thtir hew enterprise. .Mrs. Phila Trout ami lu.-r little son will siiend a TLW days with her Kister, .Mrs. Geo. Trombold, in Clianute. A message received last night from Attorney B. E. Clifford at Aledo, III., states that his mother who has been very 111 with jmeumonia, is improving and that her recovery is now expected. Mr. Clifford was called to Alcd.a several days ago. A west bound car on the lola lOlcc-- tric railway was derailed near l>an- yonville yesterday afternoon. .N'o one was hurt ftut the passengers were obliged .to >^'alk ten blocks or wait for hours while the wheels were i)laced back on tlie track. AJESTir Theatre \j TOMGHT •Tin: Sl'BMARI.NE Sl'V" (Two Parts) "VIKTIOSO" (With Mary Fuller) "FICKLE ELSIE" (Pov.ers ('omedy) Tuniorrow .Matinee 2 :00 to 1:30. liKULAII l'(n'.\Ti;H in her own play 'The Little (iiri That He Koru'or (In Five Parts) : The board of county commissioners this afternoon granted the petition of the town of Moran for permission to enlarge its corporate limits. Land belonging to Mary T. Ivaiubeth, Harlan Taylor and the M. K. & T. U;il|way will be taken into the cif.v. While attempting to cross Deer Creek at the Weatherlaud ford on the way to the Hockett farm Wednesday. Ed Hord, of Colony, had a narrow escape from drowning. The swolleir streani /'bank full from late rains and recent snows, swept his wagon and horses down stream. He managed to cut one of the animals loose. The other was drowned. Hord had to cease bis efforta to aave the borSe l|i order to save himself. ELITE 6 -FEATURE REELS -6 K. n. Feature, Two Parts "Midas Of the Desert" Married by Instail- menr 'The Mutual Weekly' EXTRA! We tueseiit for the apiiloval of our ))atrons tlie ITtb i-pisode and loutiniiatifui of the Mutual Serial— "Tbe HilUon OoUar Mystery" 5c* ANY SEAT 5 «J M|UMial louinrrow Mittiucc and ' MKht! The Mutual </o. presents the Keystone Comedy De Luxe in two iiarfs. "Tin: IIO.HE BREAKEUS" COM INC—Mary Pickford in ".Inst Like a Woman" MniEROiLm PHONE liSIL WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Majestic Line Oils niid Greases, Kerosene and Gasoline, ]lola, Kansas. BRANCHES: Ctianute. JKas- Clinton, Okla. Humboli^t. Kat. Custer, Okla. Wichita. Kau. Canon City CoM To Cl(ise up Stock, While' It Lasts—DJjlivered at jf5..VI I'ef Ton. i lola Ic^, Cold Storage & Fuel Company riione l:JL6 Frank Riddle, Mgr. Tilt, second basket ball team from the liij'.h school went to Chajiute this nioriiiiig and will pi.'iy the Chanute setoiwl team tonight. The lola seconds iiijf'i'ated tlis Clianute seconds here - lew weeks aso by a very small m:ir(;tn, liut tbey are expected to make tile drfe-.'i mure decistvo t;>niRht. Prof. CillUersou accompanied the team as ;-o;ich and tlv iilayeis who wont were: Paul Smitli. .'larold .Auslierinan, Arthur f'hatrii'.(1. Anluir Kastwood, Ks- niond Caql and Don Travis. RUB RHEUMATIC, ACHING JOINTS AND STOP PAIN ln.-^lant Kelkf Hitb u Small Trial l {4 »»ne of Old "SI. .laeob's Oil." KlicdiiihtisMi is "imiu" onlv. Not one case in fifty require.^ Inter- iii'i treatment. Stop dntijging! f {ub BCothiiit;, priietraling "Kt. .lai'ob'.«. Oil" :it;!it into your sorn, stiff. :ic!'iiiir joints, ai'd relief conies iiistaiilly.i"^ l .'icob'a Oil'' is a harmless rhfMiiiialisiu liniiiiPiit which never disaiipoints and ran not Iturii the skin. Limber up! Quit complaining! (Jet ii piiial) trial bottle of old, honest "St. .lacnh's Oil" at any drug store, and in itisl a moment you'll be fr^e fr;:m rheumatic pain, soreness and stiffness. Dnn't suffer! Relief awaits you. "St. Jacob's Oil" is just as good for sci- at.'ca, neuralgia, lumbago, . backache. .SI .xaK rOMB WHITE LEG. HORiV EGOS. Aft he Tri-Statc Show at Parsons, Ka |S., in a divided exhibit, 1 won 1st, '2n(l, 3rd and 4th hen; L'nd, cock; 1st, ."ird and 4th puir let; and Ist pen. At In'dopendencc same week I won 1st <'ockerel; Isl pullet and best cockerel in Mediterranean class. •• • Kggs from penned birds scoring from Xi to 'J.5 points, 13.00 I>er setting. Range Stock |4.(io per 100. Baby chicks %\0 to 115 a 100. .>1HS. A. J. SMITH Colony • • . . Kaunas LADIES! IIOOK YOUXG. i DAKKE?( 6RAT UAIB Use 4irandiiija\ .Siige Tea and Solphar Retipc and .Nobody Can Tell—Brash It Throm?h HaTi-. dray hair; however bandiomc, denotes advancing age. We ail know tlie advantages of a youthful appearance. Your hair is your charm. It makes or mars the face. When It tades, turns gray Und looks dry. wispr Add scraggly, J^st a few applications of Sage Tea and Sulphur enbaacea its appearance lay hundred-fold. Don't stay , gray! Loolt young! Kither prepare the tonic at home or get from any drug store a^O CM>t ,bottle of "Wyeth's Sage • and SulpKur Compound.". Thousande of tStki Te- lonimend this ready -to -U8b 'pr «psra- tioii, because it darkens tlie hair beau- lifully and removes dandruff, , stops scalp itchini^ and fallftjg hair; " "besides, no one can nosjrtbly tell, ajf ^t darkens so naturally and- eYenly.. You moisten a sponge or soft brush with it. drawing this through the hair. Taking one small strand at a tinrc. 'By morning the gray hair disaPpea'rti^. after anothc application or twoj'^ natural colo' la. restored and it becomes thick, glossy and luatrous and you appear t ''ears younger:-Si>c<ilkl ag^nt, S. R. Uurrell. - y ifuttlng up a good losing flgit 4pesa't get nnn >\^l]'']^ ^ hyjjtjpDi ^

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