Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 4, 1903 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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TBE lOLA DAILY BKGISTEfi, SATDRDAYJ JULY 4,190 so SOOTHING. Ita Influence Has Been Felt by So Many 'tola Readers. The soothing influence of relied \ After sufTering ifrom Hqhing. piles. From eczema or any itchiness of the skin. i Makes one feel grateful to the remedy. Doan's Ointment has soothed hundreds. Here's what one lola citizen says: Sev. I. B. Martin,, Baptist clergj-- man, of 622 Sycamore street, says: "Eczema or some irritation of the skin appeared on my ankle some two or three years ago and it,has annoyed me in a measure ever since. I exhausted all my knowledge of salves and ointments generally used In such cases, but I received little if any permanent benefit. It struck me if Doan's Ointment performed half what It promised it might at least help so 1 wont to G. B. Spencer & Co.'s drug store for a sample box. It did me more good, than anything I ever used. It relieved after an application or two. From the results obtained I am only to<j pleased to endorse the preparation so that others may know what to do If at all annoyed with the ailments which Doan's Ointment is guaranteed to cure." For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. • , Remember the name—DOAN'S— and take no other. D. A. HOUSER Expert Machioest Repairs Your Typewriter, Sewing flacliines. Bicycles, Lawn flowers, Qas Engines, boor Locks, Etc. •t PAOERIIM AND LINE OFiRGH What and Where Things Will be Going on Today—The Celebration Will Occur as Planned. The following arrangement for the parade on July 4ih has been prepared by the committee In jcharge. ' The parade will Bta,rt fropi the corner of Broadway and Jefferson streets. The Smelternien will form at the Jefferson schrtol, the column heading north. AH unions affiliated with the Central union will meet at I^abor hall, form In line and march cast on Broad way where they will fall in line behind the Smeller unions on Jefferson. The line of march will be north on Jefferson, west on Madi-son. to Wa.sh ington, north to Jackson, south to Jefferson to East and east to First street and then to the park. The parade will start promptly at 10:30, KD. S. ABDILL. W. T. STEELE. J. M. WAUFORD, Committee. /WOffTH SID£ HAftOtY/iftE Steyer's Grocery. The old reliable. Lowest prices, best quality. ' Telephone 159, THE LEADER, H. W.5TEYJER. When You Want a First-Class Job of TIN OR CORNICE WORK Joe. The Tinner at r^OPTH SIDE HARD¥y/if^E Interesting City Reports. At .Thursday night's counciy meet Ing three reporlis were made that are of general pubUc interest. The telephone comi»any reported business for tho half year ending July 1. Us franchi .o cals for a "divvy" of 5 per cent to the city from the time its pross reveaiies exceed $1,200. This year's business was as follows: Revenue from $2 'phones, $2,152.00; from $1.50 'phones, $1,971.00; from 'phones installed since January 1, $288.65; to tal. $4,411.65. So tho city will get $160.58. Superintendent Allison reported on the business done by the water and light department, as follows: Miles of mains, 10; hydrants, 70; connections 451; consumers, 465; arc light users 10; commercial are lights, 15; incan descent are lights, 5; street lights, 62; connoctions on incandescent circuit 40; 16-candle lamps, 278|; 8-candle lamps. 88; electris meters. 17; electric moto.'-s, 2; electric fans, 19.' The city well on the C. C. McCarty In) oa South street needs cleaning out being .clogged with water, mud and oil. .ft is proposed to use the new well iat the river to run the city plants and have the old well cleaned. Mrs. J. R. McBridge went to Fort Scott yesterday evening to spend tho Fotirfh. ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR . What SHE thinks of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin If she says it is the best remedy sheevertriedfor CONSTIPATiON AND INDIGESTION you invest 50c or $1.00 and try it yourself. If you want to know what others think of it write for our book of testimonials. I Kn. R. H. Fritzler. Ka SBK Oook AW. %%. Louis, Mo., under date of Oct. 15. 1801, /wiltes: SeruicQS Preabyterlan Church. Sunday echool 9:45 a. in.; morning service 11 a. m.; Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.; evening service, i p. m.; Wednesday evehing at 8 o'clojck the usual mid-week prayer service! Henry Coe Culbertson, Paatorj i Reformed Church. Sunday morning preparatory service sermon by Rev. J. W. Love, D. D.. The holy communion will be celebrated the following Sunday. Sunday evening "The Story of the Revolutionary War Briefly Told." Morning service at 71 o'clock. Evening service at 8. Sunday services at 8. Sunday school at f 9:45 a. m. Y. P. C. E. at 7 p. m A cordial welcome. LOUIS C. HARNISH, Pastor. Baptist Church. Sunday school revival service, 9:45 a. m.; preaching 1»y Dr. Lamkin, 11 a. m., subject, "Higher Up;" children's mass mteeting. 2:45 p. m.; 4 o'clock sermon on "The Holy Spirit in Chrl.s- tian Doctrine and Life." 7 p. m.. Dr. Lamkln will preach to B. Y. P. U.; preaching at 8 o'clock, subject | "Home's Broken Law." Our demiTAnnual Shovel 'Em Out Sal6 Begins rionday iV^oriiing: First Church of Christ—Scientist. Service at 11 a. m., subject "Life." Sunday, school at 10 a. m. Testimony meeting Wednesday at 8.00 p. m. All meetings held tip stairs over post offlce. Tho reading room of the church Is-open from 2 to 4 p. m. every The prices at Nortbrups' quit'busi­ ness sale :are selling tbe goods fast' It's., only a question ofj a few days. a quesuon ofj a it .vUl eU b9 oreri' 'Xluvs tieen conBttpsMd for Ute put and your Syrnp Pepsin It the only lemedj X hsve tried so fsr thst bss snr decided tesults. My son and I have been troubled with our bearta all fiununier and bav^ talf^n tTeatmeot from one of the best pbysioians bere. but thft Stomach Trouble was no better.. We will oer-' talnly do all we can to place your toods amons our friends, as we know tbs meilu sfr 8]Tn9 Pepsin.' T( W It Uw>^ •iaalH Y— Little Builders' Exercises. TTnlon Sunday school at 3 p. m. All children not attending elsewhere are warmly welcomed. Preaching as visual at 4 o'clock. Special mtisic fori this 6er \ice. , Mrs. Ida Jones, Snpt. Free Methodist Church. Services:at the court house. Sunday .school. 9:45 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m followed by class meeting; preaching at 8 p. m.; prayer meetin.g Wednesday night. Bibyc study (Old Testament) Friday night. J. T. Merry, Pastor. Bible school 10 a. m.; church ser-| vice, 11 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., 7 p. m.; church service, 8 p. m.; prayer meet-| ing Wednesday, 8 p. m.; teachers' meeting Monday 7:.'10 p. m.; C. W. B. M. missionary tea Tuesday from 2 to 5 p. m. at liome of Mrs. D. E. Bush. E. N. PHILLIPS. Piriccs Chopped ^1 Profits Dro|)pe(}I Fot prices read oar page a<l. in Monday's issue. The Christian Church. day except Sunday. Al are cordially] invited H. B. ADAMS. First Reader. Salvation Army Meeting. The Salvation Army will hold a meeting in the Army Tent commencing tonight at 8 o'clock. LOCAL NEWS. to Bronson Dr. Porter, Dentist. J. E. Chastaln, Dentist. Dr. O. R. Bushfleld, Dentist Kodaks and supplies at Miller's. Business men's lunch at the "Our- Way." Coolest place In town for soda Is the "Our-Way. FreJ Beach went to Nevada to spend the Fourth. Northrup'a quit business. A dollar for fifty' cents. H. H. Hamilton w^nt to spend the Fourth. Mrs. Fannie Reedor went to Fort Scott to spend the Fourth. Mrs. West relumed to her home at Bronson yesterday evening. John Cox left yesterday evening for Butler, Mo., to spend the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. I^. J. Wilson went to Nevada, Mo., to spend tho Fourth. Mrs. C. L. Stelison returned to her home in Bronson yesterday evening. Archie Walters returned homo from Neodeshn to spbnd the Fourth. , O. G. Butcher went to Fort Scott tlo spend the P'ourth with his friends. A. L. Boafrlght left yesterday for Fort Scott to spend the Fourth. ' H. H. Murlin left yesterday for Moran where he expects to spend the Fourth. Phil plover left yesterday for Rich Hill where he will spend Uhe Fourth with his friends. John Reeds left yesterday evening for Fort Scott to spend the Fourtli with his parents and friends. Miss Marie and Mr. B. P. Bollport came in yesterday evening to spend the Fourth with their brother. Miss Ethel Thompson came in yesterday afternoon from Walnut, Kas., to spend the Fourth with her brother, Mr. Jess Thompson. The Delmonico pool room has Just received a fine new brussels carpet and six rugs nine feet square which they expect to have down and all ready for business by next Wednesday if possible. Yours very truly, W. F. Parsons. Proprietor. Dr. Herschel Hendricks, county health, ofrider, who has been out in California for a month for his health, returned home today. He has gained considerable flesh and Improved In health during hia visit. Nearly all of the local factories paid off their men yesterday in order that the Fourth might be celebrated gloriousljr. Pay-day does not come until the 5 |th', jWhIch would thrqw it on MondajT a^ifto/ jiiiployeni so idef I WANTED iWstnted—Girl work at 219 S. for general house- Walnut. I : Wanted Rooms—Two or three rooms for light housekeeping. - Call or a(ldrc33 307 West Jackson., J. B. Bowles. For Sale—New three room house at cost.' Inquire at 411 N. Third. C5ome quick. ; Rooms—302 South street, for light housekeeping. No children. Mads liy th« BATTUlciEiK BIEAXFAST KM CO.' Battle Creek. Micft. . OAcyru. pTQ for a Full Size Package, y I Ob such as is i m ifiyQ usually I sold for 10 The largest food mill in the world, with thp most approved labor saving machinery, en^ ables us to. make the best flaked Wheal Food at this Lower Price. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE GREEN PAC^KAGE Ifj your grocer,does not keep it, scud us his name and 10 cents and wje will senid you a package, prepaid. Address all communications to Battle Creek Breakfast Food Co., 0uincy, Ilj. WM. LANYON, sr.. Pres. J. B. CASE, Vlcd-Pres. A. B. ROBERrS. Cash Ida State Bat^ki Capital Stock, $50,000. DIRECTORS: Wm.Lanyon, ar., O.Hood, Get fi.Nicholson,! M-. A. Low,' J. A. Roiblnson,| H. L. Henderson, Frank Kiddle, A. B. Koberta. J. R CAse STOCKHOLDERS: J,ri^t3aae, Wm. t.onjon,8r., Geo, E. Nicholson. J. A. Robinson, Prank Riddle, A. li. Taylor W.S.Hendricks, H. L, Henderson, L. L. Ponsler, pi. KHnman.- J. .W. Coutant, David Ewart, E, P. SoheTl; A^BevIngton, .1. 8. Walker, Calrin Hocfd. M. A. Low, H. A. Ewlngi A. W. Howland, J. W. Edwards, 'R.H.Bennett. BTannBros.. A.B.Roberts. rIFdr Rent—Two housekeeping. 420 rooms for 'light North Chc -Jitnut. ;Fui-nished ton street. rooms. 301 S. Washing- For Rent—A well furnished room, bath, room on the same floor, gentleman, preferred. 201 S. Cottonwood. •Lost—Sigma tie pin. Return to 309 S. Cottonwood. Reward. ' Three neatly furnished rooms at •iOl .5outh Washington avenue,, two blocfis from the square. Fcir Rent—Seven room house fm- njshed and ready to move into, baili room and ajl convunlcnces. Will riiir for fiiunmer—three months. Iruiiiirc at this bfllce. Another Lot of Imported Woolens GOOD THE: YEAR 'ROUND -Buy your Groceries of us (iuring July. We will niake it profitable itori you. We constantly endeavor to give our customers the very best stirvice possible. A satisfied cvs- tonfer is the best kind of ah ad- jveriisement. Knowiner this we make your'interests ours. [ ! WE OFFER TO-DAY: 2 pkgs Cero-Pmtb • 25c 2 pkgs Egg-O-See .20e t pkgs Korn Krisp ,. .20c 7 bars D. C. Sbap. ...2oc lO 6z pkg Our Navy Soda...03c 2 (^4i 'wP^&C)ur Ijavy Soda .i...05c 1 1^1 lb. and Itlb cans F. Bros. Baking Powder 5,10 and 15c

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