Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 27, 1903 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, June 27, 1903
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3 1.1 THE JCgiAsBEGISTRB, SAJ^DRjQAY. JIJNK 27 1903. In any Season TEere's Always a Reason for Knowing In the In-er-seal Package IBe same is true of Zu ZV Ginger Snaps NATIOHAL BISCUrr-rCOMPANV yNII]UEGOClEI>RESGRIPTION How One lola Doctor Wrote an Order Impatiently for a Negress Who is a -Coke Fiend. Dill you know that there is a young " ncsro woman in town who is better Ivnown as "Cocaine Ann" than by any other name? Well there is, and there are a number more of young negresscs who arc victims of the ilrug habit. As the Stale law forbids the sale of the drug except on a doctor's prescription the physicians arc harassed and pestered by the fiends for orders for the drug; Not long ago a local physician who had been bothered until ho was angry enough to murder, was approached by a young ncgrcss who wanted an order for cocaine to c^ase a dreadful pain. .Hcifelt sure It was a fake mal- aily, but impatiently wrote the prescription, which the nogross duly presented to a local druggist to fill. She prol)ab]y did not reail it, possibly could not, but tlio druggist was much amused by the jorder. It road: , "Cocaine. 25 cents worth. Directions: Take as you d-r-d j)loaso, enough to put your light out if you want to." Tlie druggist fi1I |0d the order with .sympatlictic fooling for the physician, for the druggist hates the • traffic as much as anyone. Gaser on Joe Eastwood's Farm. Mr. Lewis Logan brought to town AVednesday evening the glad tidings that' the drill in the well on the Joe Eastwood land had dropped into the gas sand and had liberated an eight or ten million flow. This well pushes the gas territory still further north and makes the Silver Leaf neighborhood sure gas territory and much of the land in this neighborhood is not leased.—LaHarpe News. DAMMOCKS The Finest Line in ths City Gas City Herald News^ The brick building to hold the engine for Gas City's new water works system lias been finished. Fred Horton commenced drilling for a gas well on the Schnltz farm, near the Home Brick Co. plant last Tuesday. The joints closed Monday night for the first time since the town, started. Ab9ut the only difference noticed is the'; absence of lola boozcologists who have been making daily trips here. Last Sunday Arthur, the 12-year-oId son of Jeff Poling was bitten through the left hand by a bull dog. The boy fainted from fright and pain. Dr Moore dressed his hurt and he is get ting along nicely but the wound is considerably inflamed. Speaking of the fight between Carl Wolf and L. L. .Jackson the Herald says: Friday morning Jackson's con diiion not improving. Justice Frevcrt Issued a warrant for Wolf and he was arrested by Marshal Engle and this time specifically charged with assault with a deadly weapon, and placed iih der 1.3,000 bond, which was given with L. L, Northrup as security. Humboldt Unio^^n News. The city council has made out a gas franchise after its own idea and submitted it to the lola company who desire to put in another gas plant here. It makes rates on some things lower than the franchise submitted by the lola companj-. Last Saturday a man stood on the platform of a Katy freight train and deliberately shot and killed a horse belonging to B. F. Rannells. We arc informed that the fellow pulled out his revolver and fired four shots into the aninial. Holcomb-Church. Yates Center Advocate: At the resi donee of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Bur- woll, on Thursday evening, June ISth Harry llolcomb and Miss Adia Church were uuiiod in marriage in the presence of rolalives and friends of the contracting parties. Rev. C. W. Bailey performing the ceremony. The happy collide left the next morning for lola, whore Harry holds a responsible position with the Shannon Hardware Co., an<l will at once comipence housekeeping. They received many useful and boautifijl presents. The Advocate joins ilieir many friends in best wislies jcongratulations. • 1 f^^^Women*s Headaches 542 1-2 Congress Street. POHTLAKD, MAIXE, Oct. 17, 1902. r consider Wine of Cardui superior to any doctor's meilicine I ever used anfl 1 know whereof I «l>eak. 1 soffercd .foE nine months with suppressed menstroation wbicii; completely prostratea me. Pain would shoot through mjU>ack and sides and I wonld hare blinding headaches. My liinbs woold swell up and I would feel so weak I could not stand up, I naturally felt discouraged for I seemed beyond the help of physicians, but Wine of Cardui C '-une as a God-send to me. I felt a chance for the better witlun a week. After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suf> fering agonies I usually did and soon becama re^^nlar and without pain. Wine of Cardui is simply wonderful and I wish that all Buffer* log women knew of its good qualities. E^cadacfai • Txeaenrer, PortUad Econoipie L^V^** _. bes arif the danger signals of coming disease. Both men and women suffer headaches, but periodical headache falls only to the lot of women and is the unerring sign of irregular menstmaticm and bearing down pains; Completely prostrated by nine months of suppressed mensesTbliiukd by headaches; and racked with pain Mrs. Snow was made a sttong and heaiti^y woman again. Remember with Wine of Cardui no case ia hopeIe« beeioiBe this fneai. remedy cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty casesfand nej-er foils to benefit a case of irr^uhir oiaiset, bearing down pains or anyfemale weakness. If you are diaoooxaoed and doctoni hw» failed, tiy Wine oC 0hrdai, and tty it now. Bememberi that headacJiM S^ei&iemaleweakiien. Becoref a bottle ol Wine of Qirdqi today. ^AU dcuggisU icU 11.00 bottlei of W^ie of Caiidoi. Sieiiffious \erviees Vmr/mmm • v.. - Presbyterian Church. Sunday school/ 9:45 a. m.; morning { •service, with the communion, 11 a. m.; Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.; Eve"n-| What Shall We Do? LaHarpe News: J'oints or no joints that is the Question with LaHarpe people •> BOW. Every incorporated town in Aljen county , has closed up the joints -except LaHarpe. What shall we do about it? Do. we want LaHarpe to be ia dumping ground' for the riff ralT of the county, as Gas. City has been for. the past two months? Will it pay in dollars and cents? These are arc some of the questions we must decide. They are up to us right now and ing service, .8 p. m. Wednesday evening at 8' o'clock, the usual mid-week jwe must act. The News has never ad prayer service. The session will meet yocated the closing of the Joints here at the pastor's residence on Sunday BO long as the rest of the . county was morning at 10:30, to receive those who desire to united with the church. Henry Coe Culbertson, Pastor ' Baptist Church. Sunday schopl, ,9:45 a. m.^ Rev. Ding, a returned missionary, will preach, 11 a^ m.; Young People's meeting, 7 p. m.;. preaching, 8 p. m. Revival meetings will begin Monday evening. A copdial invitation to all to meetings. T. Malcom, Pastor. attend these J. wide open. We didn't think it best for the business of the town. We were able to take care of ihe results with but little trouble so long as the pat rons of these places lived here'. Now that LaHarpe will become a mecca for the rift raff of the Gas Belt, we think as a business proposition, it'would be better to close up these places. It will cost more to keep order than we will ever get out of it. From a business point of view, It will bo better for the town. "What shall we do?" First Methodist Eprseopal Church. Sunday B6hooI at 9.45 a. m. Morning service 11 a. m. Class meeting at 12 m. Junior League 3:00 p. m. Epworth League 7 p. m. Evening services 8 p. m. Prayer meeting on Wed. nesday evening 8 o'clock. We extend a cordial invitation to attend all of| these services; John Maclean, Pastor. U. B. Church. « Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; preach-l. Little Bunch of Pittsburg Items. The following items are taken from the Pittsburg Headlight and will b^ of interest to lola friends: . Adolph Schoenarts and wife and Peter Schoenarts returned to their homes in lola this morning. ! Mrs. Alice Miller, a nurse, is visiting trjends in lola. From there she will o.g to EI Paso, Texas, where sho has a position. Mrs. Emrich was taken to Kansas ing 11 a. m.; Jr. Y. P. S. C. I3.,| 2:30 p. m.; preaching, 8 p. m.; Sr. Y! P. S. ;C. B. Tuesday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m. Meeting of the W. M. A. Thursday 2 p. m. F. M. Glllett, Pastor. I First Church of Christ, Scientist. Services 11 a. m., subject, "God," Sunday school 10 a. m., testimony meeting, 7:30 o'clock in the evening. AH meetings held up stairs over post- o^ce. The reading room of the chiirch is open from two to four p. m. eviery day except Sunday. All are cordially Invited. H. B. Adams, First Reader. City last evening where she will t^ke treatment in the St. Joseph hospital. She was accompanied by Dr. Wm. Williams and her sister, Mrs. Will Lanyon. A slight improvement is noticed in the condition of Ed. O'Connor, who is suffering from pneumonia. His attending physician thinks now that the best curatlvQ he can take is rest and to that end the patient is forbidden to see callers for a few days. That Oklahoma City third-baseman was not heard of after word was sent him to come on. Reformed Church. Morning. "Philanthropic Christians" evening "The Sin of Unbelief." Sunday schooi at 9:45; morning service at 11 o'clock: Y. P. S. C. E., at 7 p. m.; evening service at 8. Wednesday ravening meeting at 7:45. Effort is being made to have every member present at the morning , service tomorrow. Strangers are corclially invited. Louis C. Harnlsh, Pastor. East lola Methodist Episcopal Church. Union Sunday' school, 3 p.' m.; preaching, 8 p. m. ' Angus M. Maclean, Pastor. Little Builders' Chapel. Union Sunday school at 3 p. m. Preaching at 4 o'clock by Rev. J. L. Malcom, pastor of the Baptist church. Junior Builders' Society Friday at 8 p. m.; subject "How a Young Patriot Saved His Country." 1 Sam., 17:28-51. Mrs. Ida Jones, Supt, The Christian Church. Bible school 10 a. m.; church service, 11 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., 7 p. ra.; church service, 8 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m. E. N. PHILLIPS. Episcopal Church. Sunday school 9:45 a. m.; service, 11 a. m. Holy communion celebrated at morning service. Subject: "As Try Days So Shall Thy Strength Be." Music by quartett choir. .Everybody invited. W, W. Hodglns, Pastor. Betvveen Friends. "I always aim to tell the truth." remarked • the man who talks twice and thinks once. * ^ "Yes," rejoined his friend, "but you remind me of a woman in that respect." "How's that?" queried the party of the prelude. "You seldom hit what you aim at," was the reply.—Cincinnati Etaquirer. Maeterlink: Complaints of injustice grow less frequent as the brain and the heart expand. Holland: There is no great achievement that is not the result of patient working and waiting.; ! Double Header Shutout. Pittsburg, June 26.—The only •doubleheador shutout played in the Missouri Valley League this season occurred here today in the two games played at League park between Pittsburg and Leavenworth, the latter being:.shut out both times. Rellhah (vas in the box in both games and was given excellent support. Leavenworth played hard, but was not strong enough for the local teani in any particular. East, Pittsburg's first baseman, was sick, and Reed played in his place and again demonstrated that he is at home anywhere in the game. The battery work of Relihan and McDonald was perfect, while that on the part of Leavenworth was lumpy and irregular. Score of first game: Pittsburg ....000 0200 0*—2 4 0 Leavenworth .00 0 0 00 0 00-0 6 2 Batteries—Relihan and McDonald; Zellers and Redmon. Score second game: Pittsburg ...04 180000 •—IS 8 4 Leavenworth 00000^00 0— 0 6 5 Batteries—Relihan and McDonald; Sizemorc and Redmon. ; Nevada 3, Springfield 1. Nevada, June 26.—The Champions beat the leaders here today in a very exciting game. Shanks pitched good, steady ball for the locals and was well supported. Score: Nevada 0000 003 0*—3 4 1 Springfield ...0 10000000—1 3 1 Batteries—Shanks and LaFrance; Howell and Schmidt. S^dalia 3, Joplin 0. Sedalia, June 26.—In the . fastest game played here this season, Sedalia shut out Joplin. The feature bf the game was the pitching of Lawson; the Visitors only getting one scrat<jh hit, and the sharp fielding of both'cliibs. The 'score: Sedalia 030 0 000 0—3 8 2 Joplin 0 000 00 000—0 1 0 Batteries—Lawson and Schrant; Moran and Stoner. Time 1; 11. Umpire —Alberts. Missouri Valley League Standing. Springfield 32 11 744 Joplin 29 Fort Scott .' 25 lola , 24 Nevada ... .t 19 Sedalia ....17 Pittsburg ... 15 Leavenworth ... 11. PajntiProtecfion^ \ The practical painter siiys^ '• •when your house is cov -j ered with SVI^-PROOf 'and: the paintSjv^:. ered by a 5 year guaranty you have the best possible '• protection" to your^ houSe^and purse.-i' 'y Pattbn's Sun-Proof Paint protects, • preserves and beautifies. Made of purest pigments end oil, with just the right proportions of zinc and lead (Patton's secret formula'). It ^vithsta^s sun and rain, heat and cold twice as long as hand made paint. Guar- I anteed to w;ear well for five years —usually lasts twice tliat long. > Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice (free) to PATTONI PAINT C0 .^\1. Lake St., Milwaukee. Wis .1 _ FOK SALE BY i; T. B. Shannon, lola, Kansas ARE YOU SOSE?IUSE aracam Relieves Instantly ot Mpixcy Refunded. Mosquito BU^, Stings, Sunbttnit Chaisngt Swellings ahd all Inflammations. Kills Chiggers. It Gx)Is. It Soothes. It Cures. Sold only in 25c, SOc & $1.00 Bottles. At all gooA Drngi^ta. CHAS. B. SPENCER & CO., lola, Kair sas, ^outh Sid^ Square. League playoJ an ] S inning game which ended G to 0 on iaccouht of darkness. Chicago luatloli; liit« and (> errors, New York 14 hits and 5 error.«!. Neither side scored after t^i,o ninth. Bert Wycoff, of !^Io^an, who will try out at short stop,, will join the lola team at Pittsburg Monday. Scald head is an eczema of the scalp —very severe sometimes, but it can bo cured. Doan's Ointment, quick and permanent In its rps'iills. At any drug store, 50 cents. i The breakers a*, the sea shore arc not; always those that dash on the beaches. We Are ISot the Watch Plumber ;BU» We Can Do Your GAS FITTINQI Or Put; l.:p Any Stove to " . Suit.tho Wife -j* E.iS.EAKIN| 102 S;KenJflcky, Phone 453 i Notice to Bidders. \ 15 18 l8 24 25 29 31 659 581 571 442 405 341 262 To Set Aside Lease*. V. C. Hamilton and wife, today began two suits In district court to set aside leases on their land held by the Lanyon Zinc company. One lease is on 320 acres of land Just east of Havana and the'other on 170 acres, of land west of Tyro. Th«^l^e^ were jnade two years ago X6^3. 0. N6ble and shortly afterward became the ptopertf of the Laoyon company . Fiaintiira claim that the opnpsfiy ' ' ledi^tliiili*dt«nas: of Base Ball Nptes. That game that Fort Scott won from Leavfenworth Thursday was 2 to 2 at the end ot the ninth Inning. In,the tenth Fort Scott made six runs and a final score of 8to 2 was made. . Thursday at Chicago the Chicago and New "York teams of the American NERVOUS -SS' THE TOP, It is a laudable ambition to reach"the top of the ladder of success. But many a man who reaches tlie topmost rimg finds his position a torment instead of a triumph, He has '~ sacrificed his health to success. A man can succeed and be strong if he heeds Nature's warnings. When there is indigestion, loss of appetite, ringing in the ears, dizziness, spots before, the eyes or palpitation of the heart; any or all of these symptoms point to weakness and loss of nutrition.' Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Oiscovery cures disi eases of the stomacli and other organs of dif gestiou and nutrition! By I perfect and abumU ant nourishment disr tributed to each vitaj organ it enables the co-opera-r3 tiou of all the organs to. preserve the perfect health of the body. : "For .ibotit two years I sufTcrccl from n y «y obstinate of chsjicpsia." writes K. E. Stctiril. Esq,, of 13 Ea.stirii Ave., Toronto, Ont.irio. • "I tried a great number of rtimetlies without j;uc- cess. I finally lost faith in' them all. 1 \va« so' far gone tliat I could not b<ar any .solid fiKjii in my stomach for a long liitie; felt mclanclu)ly" aiidrdejjressctl. Conld not sleep nor follow my occupation. [ Some four montlis ago a frii.-nil recommended your' Goldeii Medical Discovcrj--' After a week's treatment I had derived so miu-h benefit that I continued this medicine. I have tal ^H three bottles and t^m convinced it >ias in'aiy case accomplished ajpermaneut cure^ I can cOn.scientiously recommend it to the tjiou- sands of dyspeptics thronghij'ut the land." The " Common Sense iledical Adviser," 1008 large pages in papier covers, is si'ut yrr^ on receipt of 21 oiie-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing Qiily. Address Dr., R. V. yierce. Buffalo. N. Y. I I If You Laundered your linen yourself you' coidd not handle it • more carefdlly than we do. jPure soap and i water wash it. Pure starch stiffens it. Fine maciiinery and sklljed labor iron It perfectly* We know cur xvyork is the best. We guarantee \i to be Try It, If you do' not also think It it the best, jlon't pay for-It. Wagons cali|ev|«riwhere. Sealed propo.sais will be received by the coimty commissioners of Allen county, Kansas, at, the office of jthc coimty . clerk, lola, Kansas, until twelve O'clock, noon, July 24th, 1003, for all the labor and material required in the eSreciion of a court hoiise located at lola, Kansas, in said county, in accordance with the plans, details and specifications fumished=^b3r J.- C. Holland Sc Squires, architects, Topeka, Kansas, and now on file at the office of said (county clerk. < Parties biddfng'upon the work will be required to. furnish a certified clieclc with their bid in the sum of two per centy(2) of the amount of said bid and payable to the county treasurer, to bo held as a guarantee that the successful bidder will enter into contract and! iurnish satisfactory bond within ten [days after award of contract. Said check tc:be forfeited to the county in the event of saiC contractor failing to sign said contract; and furnish satisfactory! bond in accordance with said bid. Bidders will be required'fKmake out iheir i bids on a uniform blank, fur- nisried by the county clerk. Same-to be ijncloled in envelope and addressed to cbnnty Commissioners, lola,; Kansas, and niar&ed, proposal for court house. Parlies bidding on the work will find plans 04 file at county clerk's office, alsQ at bflicc of the architects. TJio county commissioners reserve the right to reject any or ali'bids. By order of the county commissioners^ Allen county, Kansas. ;s il. ^\'. KELSO, County Clerk. Notice to Stockholders. Annual nKjbting lola Building &: Loati A«ioci4tiou Monday evening, July, Gtii; in secretary's office. Elec- tioniuf othccrs. JAS. W. COU-rANT. President. TREMPNT LUNCH ROOM Anything ia the Eating lAw: Stetks, c |iop.s. Outlets, Sandwitches. GhllU Etc. Cisars, Tobacco, Fruit, Oakes, £tO. 1 aive us A CAU., We WanfVFiguiit; PLUMBINQJOB' Poi' You. 5atl||«ctioa >aufraota^f

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