Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 24, 1903 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

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W Began its Seisifeii cide the^'Bf4»*r Colliston'Ctfi The membera of th^ Tjioard bffltffiltra^i tion which is sititn^ jupon the rfi collision case reached Tola yesterday afternoon and the board met last night and organized. Mr. 3oha.D. Milliken, the third member l aele^ted by ^ the other two, Js line of th^'leading attor- neyis of the state and resides. at McPherson. He was chosen "chief justice." Tbis morning the board began its silting and a number of witnesses were summoned before the board to give their testimony. The burden of proof rests with the electric • railway company and they were li^roducing testimony today. It is expected that the liearing will last several ;days. They Want Arrests Made. Tim flh.sence of police court news today was not because, th^^a yras no tnsubie in town.** Early this morning an excited woman callod at the court house aqil asked Dc-'ucon Richardson, the.colpred porter, for the county attorney. ;The aiforney jiv;as not yet down^ town, so the woman asked Deacon's advice as to whether she could he arrested; for .selling a buggy, when she has a bu.s- bandl He thought it over and advised her to see the attorney. Just before noon a woman asked the city clerk if he couldn't get out a warrant for some colored girls.. A neighbor woman who is ill had missed .some money and suspected the girls; The clerk couldn't make out warrants, particularly over the 'phone. And- so two parties escaped trouble and tJie Register missed two stories. Funeral of Mrs. Schoenarts. The funeral of Mrs. Agnes •"Schoen­ arts. which took place yesterday from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. AValter Elliott, was largely attended. The services were conducted by Rev. Phillips, of olla, under the auspices of the order of the Eastern Star,' with the order of Rebekah, Odd Fellows and Royal Neighbors in attendance. In a bo3j'. The floral offerings were very profuse and appropriate. Re\*. Phillips preached a very appropriate funeral discourse'and at the close, the remains were followed to their last resting place in Mr. Olive cemetery by one of the largest processions ever .seen m the city.—ittsburg Headlight. ^ ^ Mrs- J; • fWi<flohnor "^ied- 1 tCtk rtlhlB afternoon after an-Illness sqm^ time. Tihe rexnalns wiU takto Ui^ the • old home at Mace- dtdnia, Idwa^ for burial. The family udored here but a short time ago from Iowa and have been living at 302 Nl Cottonwood. "The family has the sincere sympathy of all their friends. Two Games Again Today. Pittsburg and lola jare playing a double-headdr again today. Relihan,' the vistors* best twirler and one of the best In the league, is pitching for Pittsburg. If he wins the first he will pitch the secpnd. Killilay jis off with a sore arm .hurt at Lcsavenworth; Jimmy Bouldin is pitching, for lola and will pitch both games! if he sets away with the first. Thejfirst game was called shortly after 2 o'clock. A thoroughly reliable family horse for sale. Inquire-of Dr. Fulton. Born, this morning, to Mr. and Mrs. Cal Warren, of 912 North Chestnut street, a boy. j Emella Tholen and Lillian; Schultz came up to spend the day with Her-j man Tholen and family. Lost—Small pug dog, answers to name of "Missie." Finder return to 424 South street. Reward. Dr. Coffman is moving today into his new house at the comer of Jefferson and Broadway streets. Mrs. Koppers and Mr. and Mrs. John Eisenbart of Yates Center, are visiting H. Tholen and family.! J. A. Robinson and D. P. Ndrthrup returned this nioming from their trip to the Indian Territory to view ^ arge tract of land. Mr. John Tholen, wife and baby of Humboldt, and Mrs. George Perry and little son, of Kansas City, are guests Of H. Tholen and family. C. E. Newion left this afternoon for a biisiness trip to Colorado. He expects at the same time to visit several relatives and will be gone about ten days. S. Heller has bought the handsome driving team of Dr. Cox and is now sporting one of the swellest turnouts in town. He [has added the team to his livery barn equipment. Two more too-ves for the opening nipht at the lew opera: house were subscribed for this morning: Drs. Garlinshousc & Jljtcholl took one and the Allen County Investment Company took tfeo other. Dr. Morgan completed a deal this morning by which he exchanged a i \>(Ml^^fM'1Si^SiKui PiMce oWed by -WilUam Lanyon. z;^ -At.Humboldt this evening willoc- CQT the ..marriage .of. Clarence A. Barber iuid Kajtlierine DeWitt. The bride Is a (iauglitler of Capt. DeWiit, one of the most prominent men of the south part of the county. G. W. Stoddard, of Billings. Wyoming,' is in tbwn and rather thinks. he will locate h^e. He is a carriage maker and sdld -out his shop at Btl lings with the intention of going to Omaha. ^He got switched to Kansas City and was told there that lola was. a good lovn^ The special meeting^ of the Salvation Army are much out of the ordinary. Last night in addition to the local corps therfe were as many more from omof town and fully thirty little girls and^boys. , The singing was a chief part of the service, the children taking part.^ It made a very effective and pretty service. The wheat harvest was begun in this county yesterday, the fields being right for the harvesters. The Butlers,, west oT'the river, and the Ohl- fests, near LaHarpe, both started the harvesters. These two farms represent the better fields and it is rei)ort- cd that the yield in both places will be good and quality fine. , '• Mrs. H. W. Scott, who formerly lived here but now resides at Ottawa, is in town and sang at the G. A. R. hall last night for the benefit of the Colored. Baptist church. She is a singer of unusual ability and those who have heard her say they never listened to a sweeter voice. Mrs. Scott yielded to urging and remained over to sirig again tonight at the church. Am.ong the Humboldt ladies wh6 were at the Northrup-Stover reception yesterday afternoon were: Mrs. E. H. Leitzbach, Mrs. Harry Bragg, Mrs. Holtschneider, Miss Bragg, Miss Effle Neff and Miss Chamberlain. About fifty guests were present a!nd tlje afternoon was a delightful social affair. Miss Kapp and Miss Stover, the quests of honor, leave this evening for their homes in New England. W. H.. Blackburn, an employe T-t the Home Brick plant, got. the little finger of his right hand caught in the machinery this morning and came near sustaining serious injuries. His shirt caught in the machinery at the same time, but he was able to jerk liis hand away and the shirt was torn off him withcfut dragging into the machine. Dr. Reid was calletl and dressed his injured finger. Awardfd HIghtst Honors World's Filr Highest tests U.S. SoY't Chomlsts PRIOE BAKINQ POWOEH OO.- CHICAQO Gas .Belt Reunion kiceting. The annual gas belt reunion will bo held in'.A.ugust which means that preparations must be making now. There will bo a meeting of the men In charge of the celebration at the office of E. G. Hoiigh tomorrow night. • Mrs. Clara Allison has fifed suit for divorce .from C. M. Allison. .Thoy were wedded in Lexington, O., in I867. Desertion and drunkenness are the charges'; made. D.A.HOUSER Expert Machinest Repairs Your Typewriter, Sewing flachines. Bicycles, Lawn flowers, Gas Engines, Door Ldclcs, Etc. at 75 NOffTH ^/PE HAfiDtyjifie imtifttof 3pmtfier 'flu initmnTfttm a ^ Are life beatlgful ^: i SapiecesjuBf^ifeceiv^d; styles 'diot equalled any- ' Vhei-e aiid pHiJ €^8 the Trimmrngs. Lapes, Embrdidenes and KibbGrbs. * *i Oar Grocery Departinent 2n^ *o lione in the % $ ^ity, everything at lowest pricdb. When buying * • your pay. day goods come and see us^ * i i IcCali's Plttens, Dry feeds, Skoes, firsMries.:; > -1. WM. LAN YON, «ri, Pre5. J, B. CAS^, VIce-PrM. A. B. ROBERTS, - 1: ;; lola 5tate Capital Stock, $50^000. DIRECTORS; Wm. Lanyon, sr., O.IIood, Geo. E. Nlcholsoa,t M. A. Lew,- * J. A: Robinson. J. B. CAM H. L. nenderson, Prank Riddle/A. fi. Roberts. STOCKHOLDERS: J. B. Case. Wm. Lanyon. sr., Geo. E. Nicholscn, J. A-Koblftson, Frank Riddle, A. IJ. Taylor W. S. Hendricks, II. L. Henderson. L. I.. Pbnsler. ;a. Klaumaa, J-JW- Coutant, David Ewart, E. P. ScUeU, A. Beiington, J. 8.'Walker, CalvlB Hood, f£. A. low, n. A.UwlnB. A, W: Hdwlandi; J. W. Edwards, R. H. Bennett, SransBrbs., A. B, Roberts. AdvertlMntfint* running In ^thl« column are chalked for at the rate of ONE CENT aj word for each iniertlon. No advertitements takin for lose thait ten Cents arjd all ad« payable CASH IN ADVANCE. . Wanted—white woman- dish washed. Apply at Hotel Thomson. Wanted, to buy small tent. Travis Morse, Bartels block. ' •'I" sitlon to ^egin work July lat Address "B" this office. - : Wanted—Good dining room girls. Carl Leon hotel. Independence, Kait. Wages $18 per month and board and room. Wanted, good driving horse. Dri. Held .& Reid. Wanted—Chamber maid at the Pennsylvania hotel. Competent stenographer wishes p6- House to Rent—Seven rooms. No. 508 E. Neosho street. Inquire first door east. ; For SaieCheap—A young poll pa:^ rot, jiist teaming to talk. 721 South street. 'I \ ' • For Rent—Three* room house. Inquire O. Ai Luckey, 210 N. State. For. Sale—New three room honse at cdst. inquire at 411 N. Third. Come quick. flo Reftt—Nice furnished • south rooms, Aliso large bam.^ 21(3 West St, An eight room house to rent on South Cottonwood. Inquire Mrs. M. B. Wagers, 201 South Cottonwood. ' W. B. KELLEY, THE OLDTIMB ; ' TRANblTKR MAN .la fully; equlppod wltb basrr prlng drays. OtBceIn Hodal Qn>- eery, tprders reoelved by •pbooie. M Offlofl ^ne. : Reatden'oe none IT* to buy JBtty Ifom a man wbo has been iiizA^ end who Is hete stay, and will nia&e iooA anything he sells ^oii. Old Iron, Etc. We also sell and carry the largest stocl: of Watches in the City^ and boy them direct from the factory f j|r s^ot cash. Therefore the reason we undersell al^cbmpetitorst and wotild-be jewelry auction hotise people. ' These first dass Jewelry Auction House people should not set down beside a first class Watch and Junk shop if they cannot meet their prices, We'ye sold iriiches to the people of lola for the last six ye^rs—and given satisfaction, and expect jto fbr iii£ny more years, when all AUCTION »T0CK9 ARE A TriING OF THE PA$T. We also Wan money, and are ready when anybody with a good stock of jewelry, that canH make it g<^ to mlKe a loan or boy it at a discoont. The people of this generation, especially lola, tnow whed; they are buying a ffew "fiAaL, an old bed Or apiece o( J0ak,~and are not i)aying for style. Therefore, we catty all liaes and treat tbejpeb|Ie^&t. Gold Watched |>i *Pci^ week 1

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