Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 20, 1903 · Page 9
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 9

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, June 20, 1903
Page 9
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mi m •l . to Oiii>orttirilt5r AT SAVINfi iR6n;$ Summer Underwear 60 dozen good Balfirigan Underwear, in pink and natural colors, Regulir price, 25, during this sale- - !; i • ^ ; !5c a tanneot Patent Seam Drawers. > j . . • -' . , 16 dozen I^atent Elastic Seam Drawers worth 65c, during this| sale 45c. a Pair i Men's Siimmer Underwear , 35 dozen good Underwear in Balbriggan and Ribbs, in natural colors, blue and stripes, well worth 45c and 35c a garment. During this sale 25c a fiaraieiit Men's SeamlassSoif 75 dozen Men's Sox, black, blue, red and tan, seamless i and stainless, regular price 25c a "pair. During this sale lOc pr, 3 for 25c Com to this ^ale without fail 1 , 1 ft Men's Smnmer Underwear Fine impor ;ed Batbriggan and Ribbs, 4 all kinds of colors. Regular pricie oOc to 65c. Durii^ this sale 45c a fiaraeiit I Boys* Overalls If 50 doz Boys' Brown Overalls with bib, Worth ,^ 25c. During this sale ; .-• 15c 2 ^r Don't miss this Chance i 1 : to Buy Your Underwear At a Saving of from 20 to 40 per tent. Fine Underwear and Hosleri) in Large SboWirt ^l^ *2 lolai Pittsburg and Welf City Clothing and S^pe Store F^r loo miles around. LIERS OUT OF BUSINESS Fraternal Insurance Order Founded Here Said to Have Found Competition Too Strong. The Topoika Capital in its issue of yesterday had this to say about the Cavaliers, a fraternal insurance order founded here some thne ago: ."The Cavaliers," a fraternal beneficiary insurance order, with headquarters at lola, Kan., will go, out of bua?- ness as quickly as Its affairs can be closed up; Recently State Superintendent of Insurance Charles H. Luling' became doubtful regarding the finag.- cial condition of the concern and sent ;an inspector to make an investigation T^e Inspector found that the order was in bad< shape, but that It was ready to quit business. It was agreed that the assessment for June be returned and the affairs of; the concern be closed up If possible wjthoiit a re ceiver. There are no death claims, State Superintendent of Insurance . Liling has recommended that if it Is necessary to have a receiver that one of the officers of the company be f| pionted in order, to save exptense. No one. it is claimed will ^be loser except the promoters of the order. They are well known lola business men and they have sunk about $4,400 trying ,to put/the order on its feet. Competition however, was too strong and a paying bnsiness could not be established. A Modiel Rotary Engine. Some time jago the Register told of an invention by Mr. A. P. Charles of a rotary engine which was believed to have great merit. Mr. Hempy, has jUst finished making an engine on the plans at the lola foundry and the engine was tested yesterday. With but a small amount of steam it developed tw^elve horse power. It is reversible and has no ^wearing parts that may not be taken up automatically, while n(nning. The engine is capable of use for stationary work, traction: engines, marine, locomotive or automobile. It Is said to be the first sjiccessfui rotary engine yet devised. AJs soon as it i.= brightened up a bit it' will be put to te5t work in one of the local factories. His friends will hope the invention may prove a big fortune maker for Mr. Charles, who has given much time and thought to it. Vltascope Entertainment. A moving picture sllow by .one ct the best instruments everi made will be given at the G. A. R. hall n^xt'Mon- day, evening, June 22. Ambng' the' pictures shown are the fjineral, pn>- c^ion of President McKlnley and of ueen Victoria. In all fivje miles of moving pictures i will be shown, and kny one who Is not satlsfiejd will have his money refunded. Admission, 25 cents, proceeds for the benefit of the Q. R. reUef fund. " I • See Our iijil^ and Surreys Before '^iriiyiiis: Court House in Panic Two drunks came mighty near stampeding the whole court house push yesterday afternoon. The drunks were two "gentlemen of leisure" who travel about the country, seeing the sights, studying the various police court processes and road-making Je- viccs and sampling the native brands of booze. The lola brand put them in a childish, sportive, frisky frame of mind. They were requested to leave their beds in the park l|y an officer, and went over to the court house to await a car. One of thein wanted ;o deposit fifteen cents with the county treas.urer and they entered most of the offices before they found thp right place. WThen they did get into the treasury they found nobody? who would sTiare their "joke." All the women in the building were scared half to death and .the men happened to-be away. A police call was sent in but-the two boarded an east-bound car before the officers arrived. Special Army Service. : Tuesday, the 23rd or June, and Wednesday, tlie*24tli, will he sceskt times in Salvation Arbiy circles. : Lieut Colonel Margetts from New York City; Lieut. Colonel Addie and Staff Capt. Harris, from Kansas City, assisted by officers from Wichita, Emporia, Topeka and Pittsburg, will con duct a onion demonstration in the opera house oh the erening of the 23rd at 8 o'clock.: / . Also an officer^' council is to be held in the Salvation Army bail Wedaesday morning at 10 o'clock. Colonel ifar- getts has been a Salvation Army of­ ficer quite a number of years, has traveled extensively, has a wide experience in Salvation Army work and he will be worth hearing. He is on a tour through the states and is favoring lola with a two days' visit. Come anl hear him. There will be recitations, ducts an-i solos ty the juniors. Miss Effic Tilford, of LaHarpe, will recite a beautiful piece entitled "Deborah, the Jewish Maiden's Wrong." , LIBERTY. , June 17.—Things are tod dry again. We have had so mucK wet weather that it seems that tlie ground is so hard that when it did dry off it is baked so things are almost dying. We would like to say a word right here for "the Rest Room for the country women in lola. Wo have been there a number of times and find it Indeed well becomes its name. You can rest or have lunch or both, the ladies in charge are verj* nice and try; their best to make every one feci at homa. They are very anvious to havi; the women of the country call and get acquainted. Several of our own neighbors have asked us the question. ;Where is the rest room?" We will say west of the New York store, about four or five doors. Now let everyone who. reads these few lines say to hlm- or herself I will call the next time I go to lola, and then call. "The ladies serve lunch or yoii can Ukeiyour own lunch and take your family there and eat it. Now let us hear from some one who has Uken this advice and visited the rest room and found it to be as we represent it to be. It can not be advertised, too much. James Tovfnsend and wife visited Fred Kramerts Sunday. Guy Pees has returned home from Lawrence, where be was attending school. . D. W. Jones sold some fat steers for 4c per;pound last week. .George Townsend is kept busy marketing garden produce. He goes to loja every day. The Hillbrant boys and Clarence Rdush went out west Monday to work in the wlieat harvest. Chas. "Trine and family moved back to their home last week. They were driven but by the hi^ water. Mrs. Sam Ronsh will soon start for Colorado for her health, the doctor having told her that if she stayed here she would soon, have consump^ tion. Sam expects to follow as soon as . be can get! ready and they ' will make that their future home. i Paying Last Half of Taxes^ Today is the last dayto pay the last half of the June taxes without penalty. Last December many people paid their taxes in full and secured the rebate of 5 per cent on the last half, which is given those who pay their entire taxes in December. There arc many more, however, who paid" but one-half of their taxes in December and allowed the remaining half to run until June 29th, whi9h it does without penalty. Persons' who paid the first half of their taxes In December commenced •paying the second half the first of this week, and during the entire week the ofTice of the county treasurer has been filled with persons desirous of settling their claims,of the county and state against them. Reai Estate Transfers. | Fred Roehl to L. Hobart, ?l,100j lot 3, block (119. lola. , Jennie Caldwell to Nellie Rees. $50. lot 6, block 7, Caldwell's add. to Mo-i ran. ! ., •' E. K. TajMor to Isabella Harvey, 512.=>. lot 13, block 12, Taylor's 1st to' Gas. His. Last Hops Realised. SOME RHILROIID TALK Katy Excursion to Nevada, Mo. Sunday,. June 21th the MJ K . & T. will run an excursion from lola to Nevada at $1 for the round trip. Call on agent for time of trains. L E. Mc- CALI.EN. Agent. (From the Sentinel, Gebo, Montana.) In the first opting of Oklahoma to settlers in 18S99, the editor of this paper was among the many ieekers after fortune who made the big race one fine day in April. During his traveling about and afterwards his camping upon his plalm, he encountered much bad water, which, together with the severe heai, gave him a. very severe diarrhoea, which it sejemed almost im'pcasiWe to check, and along In June the case became so bad lie expected to die. One day one of bis neighbor^ brought him one small bottle of Chamberlain^s Cbllc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope. A big dose was given liim while he ms rolling aboat on the ground in great agony, and in a few minutes the dose was repeated. ' The* good effect of the medicine was soon noticed and within an hour the patient was taking bis first sound sleep for a fortnight. The one little twtUe worked a (^mplete;cnre,.and fie'cait; not help bn^'feefgrateful. The season for bowel disorders- being . at band suggests tUa item, ^pr sale by all droggists. Summer Tourist Rates. The Santa Fe has excursion rate.? to points in Michigan, Ohio and New York. One fare plus %Z for the roond trip. Tickets on sale daily to and "Including September 30, with a final return limit October \ 31, 1903. Please see us for particulars as to points and rates. W. E. RALSTON. Agent Summer Schools, Chicago, j. The Santa Fe makes a rate of $17.35 to Chicago and return. Tickets on sale June 14, 15, 30 and; July 1st, final return limit Sept loih; 1903. Please see us for particulars. W. E. RALS- TjON, Agent." Colorado and Utah. Tickets on sale June 1st to Sept. 30 Final return limit Oct 31, 1903. Trains make good connection, leaving lola at 6:55 a. m. and 2: 10 p. m. Please see us for partlcblars. Vacation Trips East Are best inade through Ist Louis. Take the "Katy Flyer" from Parsons. Fast, modem, daily. Cures croup, sore throat, pmmonary tronblea-^Monarch; oyer pain of every sort Dr. I ^l &omas' Eclectric Oil. We Cant Tell Your Fortune. But we have publlcatlonsthat will en lighten yon about Texas and its great possibilities. Other '^ty" publjca Uons, "The Golden Square," "The Coming Country," "Old Mexico," ^ta, will be mailed on application. Address, "KATY" 510 Wainwrigbt Bldg., St Louis, Mo. Ptiblle Sal*. ) Foiar cars of ba^es and earrlagea. two:cani of ^tadebaker wagoas, one- baif car oif harness,, fiuhm Implemaj^ta and form machinery. Olds Mobiles; St» pairs a specialty. James CampbalV East and Jeffersoa. Cots, Bruises and Bums Healed. Chamberlain's Pain ^alnk Is anaiitt' sept c liniment, and whenj applied^ to cuts braises and burns caosea tl^m to faieal without matniatioa and mucli more qalckly than by:tb^ usual treat menit For s«de by a] eacb year.! Fbr sale 1^ drnggista., liy all- dmggltita. •J er's The oldreliibie. Low-; est prices, b^t quality. Telephoned. \ H. W-STEVBtr • ... ....... A at the iactoij.w from ^snr; ^very^ wagbna. All deUviry wigona hav»- our name on lliamv. :l»s|liry j ^et^ > J; JVi/IJONES,

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