Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 22, 1903 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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TEE iOLA DAILY RE^STRR, MOJ^P^Y; JONE^ 22J1903 That 1^ the Strength of the F/iMIOIJ» and tb^ Secret of Its Remarkabl^ Success We ate hete with the goods and give yoti value received fot yout money: We give you Iiigli-fip qoalities for low-down prices. I^ad these prices then come in andj see tbe goods^ A few more of those.Men's 2piece Flannel Suits left, worth $7.50. Our special price * 150 of those nobby new Men's Suits, cut to fit as good as any $20 tailor made suit, all sewed with silk and made with haircloth fro'hts. They will absolutely hold their shape. Our special price $12.00 I Men's Suits in the very latest novelties, all extra fine patterns, guaranteed to fit and give satisfaction, worth $12.50. Our special price $9.75 175 Men's Suits, in stripes, checks, etc., in light and mediijm colors, worth $8.00, our special price .00 $5. Young Men's Suits in Cassimeres, Worsteds, etc., ages 17 to 10 years, worth $8.00. Our special price .65 $4. Men's fine' imported ribbed Underwear, the best grade, wprth 50 (5. Our special price 35c Men's,extra fancy Balbriggan Underwear in cream, piuk and flesh color, worth ()5c, our special price. 45c ; Our new line of Douglas Shoes just arrived, come In and see them. :!• t 200 Men's Shirt Waists bought late lasf season, we will cut the price '-f :^ right in half. They can be worn either as a shirt or shirt waist. :^ Men's fine Balbrig^an'Underwear in white, cream and blue idraVers, all made with double seat, worth 35 cents, our special price 1 256 Men's Balbriggan Underwear, an extra good value, worth our • special price ' 19c Regular $1.50 Shirt Waist, Iho Gold Brand, now going at 1 Regular $1.00 Shirt i Waist, good Madras cloth, now going at. 50c Boys' Crash Suits worth 75 cents, our special price 48c K am HODSE DIFnilll County Commissioners In Session ), Seeking a Way to Get Around ^ .' i'^ the Delay in Construction. The board of county commissioners g<Jt together again today to investigate' the situation in repani to the court'house contract, the delay in construction being* just as objccUoj^ab^ to them as to any one else. There are two possibilities in view as a isolulion of Iho trouble. One is to adverti.sc for bids again for thirty days and relet the contract that way. The other is to reconsider the other bids thai were submitted when the contract .was let before. Thi§ would • mean that the contract price would be aomewhat higher than the one which Mr." Douglas made, but it would .m§an a saving of over a month's time in get ting to work. The question, arises, however, as to whether the board can legajly let the bid to the next to the lowest bidder. Architect Holland was sent for and arrived on tho afternoon train today and tho board consulted with him in the matter. A local builder, talKing alwut the situation, said that were he the contractor ho would make a difference of a good deal of money in his bid if he secured the contract late in July instead of in June. A July contract . 'would mean aclose rub in getting the roof on before snow flies and a consequent delay. For this reason he advocated the letting of the bid at once to some other firm. The bids submitted when the board first let the contract we're as follows, arranged according to the size of the bids: s . H. S. Gouglas. Topcka $43,148.^0 Geo. Shaul, Seneca i 4G,525.0O 'A. J. Servey, lola 48,7cMo Henry Hennott, Topolia ... Hl.'JliM It Ibo flguroH remain unchttngod M 'f. Shnul would be the next lowest bidder. It IK Hatd, thouKh, that tho titoDO contract fcan be raado lor al >oiil half the fKtlmato given tho contractors, which would mean a lowering of all bids about 13,000. Liver Chamberlain's Stomacli and Tablets are Just what you need you bare no appetite, feel dull after eating and wake up with a bad taste ^ta your month- They will improre 70or appeUt^ dleanae and invigorate 'your.^atooiach and give you areUa^faqr Tpar^food. For sale all draas^ti'[ Gibson-IVIiller Wedding. Last eveninc "t 9:30 at the parsonage. Rev. John Jilaclean, unite^ in marriage Mr. Arthur E. Gibson and Miss Avice Miller. The groom is a photographer who has been working for Miller and Thompson in this city and also has worked in other good galleries. He is an expert In his line and a highly esteemed young gentleman. He plans to open a gallery of his own here in the near future. Miss Miller Is a daughter of Mr. A. H. Miller of 318 South Buckeye street. She is a graduate of the iola Biis^ess College and was stenographer i'or a while for several firms in town. The young people have a large number of friends who will extend to them the very best wishes for their future happiness. Saturday ' evening Rev. i Maclean married Mr. Edward G. Leighty, of LaHarpe,and Miss Ida Wilson, of this city. Mr. Leighty is employed at the Lanyon Zinc Company's LaHarpe lumber yard. The bride is a daughter of J. H. Wilson, who moved to lola from the north part of the county some time ago. ''The wedding occurred at the M. E. parsonage and the young people will reside in LaHarpe. Both the brides in the two foregoing happy events were members of Rev. Maclean's church. ' Thos. Harding, of Lasalle, -111., and Miss Belle Kennedy, of lola, were married at the Catholic church this morning. Rev. Father Mclnerney officiating. The young couple will make their home at LaHarpe, the groom having secured employment!: Jit' the rolling mill. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Lizzie L. Kennedy, who is the daughter of C. K. Mills, residing north of LaHarpe and has a. large circle of acquaintances In lola. Gas and LaHarpe who will wish her much happiness in her now life, in which the Register Joins. Fo|i Beating a Small Child. Tho wifu and nelRhbom of Frank Hatton, of 310 South Ohio ntrcct, Hworo out a warrant for hia arrest Saturday for cruelly beating a little fltop-daugbtcr aged five years. Mrs, H^tten was Just as indignant as any of th<^m at the time. Hatten showed, -p in Judge Hough's court and with tears and expressions of sorrow confessed bis guilt and regret over the loss of his temper and-its lamentable results The 'hearing was set for today at 3 o'clock. With a change of temper that is perfectly womanly Mrs. •Hatten came down town this morning and engaged & lawyer to delend her husband at the trial. • II OESTRilGTIVEJORNie FIRE Two Barns Burned on South Street and Their Contents Nearly a Complete Loss. About 3:30 this morning a fire alarm was turned in from Rock street hot ween Washington and South and the fire department turned out hut was unable to do little except save adjoining property from the flames. The barns burned were the jjropcrly of J. T. Rono and J. Carroll, on op- positq, sides of the alley. The alarm was turned in by Mr .s. Hush, who lives a block south and who happoncil to boj awake, She saw n light and went to the window to see,,wlicn«;o it came. As she did so she saw a man sncalcingj along ;the street out of the alley, whom.she took to be a tramp. Mr. Reno also discovered (he fire before the department arrived. He ran to his barn to get out liis properly, bi*l in his excitement had to try three keys before ho found the right one to open the door. By that time the baru was a mass of flames. A valuable driving colt that he Iwught from Frank Canatscy, his buggy and liar- ncss were burned. ' Capt. Corroll, across the alley, madt; a desperate iflghl to save his barn, and stirceoile<l in getting his cov.- out after she had been scorched somewhat. His buggy and considerable feed were burnel.' yir. Carroll himself received <iuile severe burns while fighting the flames. A bundle of underwear was found near the Reno barn this morning, scching to -confirm the belief that the fire was started by some prowling tramp. The fire department made a good run an^ a quick connection, but both barns wertf so wrapped Ip. flames that nothing could be done to save then. The Reno house was saved by their .f- forlH, however. Mr, CnrniU 's lorts In Ills Hocrtud flro within A year, a sloro Visits of the Grim Reaper.. TJic infant child of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Phillips, of 71.3 Norlh First street, (lic.i Sptiinlay afternoon after a short illness. The funeral was held at o'clock tills afternoon from the house, R(!v. John Maclean ofP.ciating, and the r'^uiaiiis buried in lola (icmelery. K .,!uilay morning Iho little child of .Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Cunibcrlaml, of :;otJ South Vermont street, died. A short service wa.s held at the homo at 10 o'clock tlii.s morning aiul the baijy laid to rtst in lola cemetery. Yc.itcriiay afternoon one of the larg- o;st fiincrais ever held in I..aHarpe was coniliictcd from the home, of Mr. 13. T. Nash. His son, Samuel, who lost his lif<! in a railroad acrident in Illinois, was a popular young man and friends from all over Kim township gatliereif at ^hc home in sorrow. Tho remains were buried i:i LaHarpe cemetery. Tlic one-year old child of Mr. and iMrs. James E. Ciark, v/ho live on East street beyond (he city limits, died this morning at S o'clock of cholera infan­ tum. Mr. Clark is employed at one of the smelters. Nevada Excursion a Wild One. In whiclii Ilarpo ha ago. he wttH IntvreHlcd nt Liling burned but a fow raonihs You Want a Flrai-Class Job of Wben TIN OR CORNICE WORK See Joe. The Tinner . 1 at The excursion which left here over .tho Katy yesterday morning at 7 o'clock for Nevada, Mo., carried five "full coaches. It made the ,trip via Piqua and Parsons and reached lola on the return trip at 5:1.0.this morning. The trip going was without incident, but the return Was one of the v.ildefit night rides.of the year. Liquor was secured somewhere and there was an iinu.sually large contingent of drinks wlio walked through the train, talking all night and fought among Ihemsc'lvcs. At least ono person was Bovenily cut about tho head by a umdHlied beer hot tie. , lola Boys Fined at Humboldt. Four lola boys who took n btiggy drive Saturday, including Humt)pldt in (heir itinerary, como to deep igrlcf. Tho boys were named Freeman, Gaines, HIto and Lipp. They had a livery rig and during tho day did some fast driving in Humboldt,"tempted by the first good street they had seen foir six months. Tho Humboldt officers arrested them and the Justice of the peace fined them ^25 apiece. They wfljg^ brought to lola Saturday and placed in the county Jail. Freeman pkld his fine the same day and- the others will donbUesa do 'llkewlser • - THEOISTBimTCONyEIIES Adjourned Session Opened this Morning and the Docket is Again Being Decreased. Judge. Foust called the district court to order this morning and began (he adjourned session as arranged for wlien he adjourned court some weeks ago. There are, a hun<lred cases on the docket yet held over from former sltling.s and adjourned terms will be held until the docket is cleared up. Tiio following cases were called and passed to a future term: William Jo'r- dan vs. Goo. E. Nicholson, E. A. Stevens vs. D. D. Yaxley, S. H. Allen vs. Geo. W. Parrish, M. A. Fish vs. Lanyon Zinc Co., Frank Cruse vs. Lanyon Zinc Co. . The suit of N. E. Fisher vs. Geo. A. Fry; will be tried before A. II. Campbell. H. W. Ballard vs. lola Electric Railway. Plaintiff given three days to file, motion to the defendalit's answer. L. L. Jackson was given leave to file amended bill of particulars in, his suit against the street car compahy. Maggie Goring was given judgment against Mrs. Emma Krannich, for $G33. If paid within CO days it will iiot draw interest. This afternoon the damage suit Earl Stout against Geo. E. Nichol46n was on trial. Mrs. Bishop, who has has been visiting friends at LaHarpe, returned to home in Garnett. See Our of Buggies aad Surrey Before Buying D. i. HOUSER Expert Macbinest Repairs Your Typewriter; Sewing flachines. Bicycles, Lawn riowers, Gas Eiigines, Door: Locks, Etc. /WO/fTH S/D£ rfA/fOiy/lR£ 3000pOOOOOCXXXXXX $09CXX3pOOO J. M. DAVIK AntI-Combine > • • Coder taker^ Embalmer - East Sl^e of Square Davies' NoVelty Store Phone No. 306 booooooooooo6ooooooooo6o6c The Best Cough Medicine. I soil more of OKflmborlaln's Q)itK(ti, Honicdy than of all Hlmiiar prcpura-' tlons put toj;othor and is glvott tho best saiisfactloa Ql any modtcino I over sold. I guarantee every bottle of it.— F, C; Jaquith, Inland, Mich. This remedy is for said by all druggists. ;i C. L. WHITAKER, 'wUI bay • Wtter jmm mn raatlaa. Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Up Staira la Tnroer BuUdinf. ; lolo, KaoMf X Hr Load Ismtary for Tho Atloo B. and L. Asaodst^. *iiM,imi.tmijiiniJi

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