Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 8, 1903 · Page 3
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GET IN THE HABIT OF GOING TO NEW BEAPS AND SHIRT WAIST SETS C«me in Yeiterdsy. You'll bo 8urpri «od at the bafsralnn you meet on every turn. We ^Ivc you values every day—don'i have to wall for every kind of Halo that the iilphabot can bo put loio. BERRY SETS 35c WATER SETS 50c 50 CHILDREN'S PARASOLS, CHOICE 25c, Have beeiVworth up to 48c. • •• - I See Our White S^cirts at pS^ents A FEW SPECIALS IN FURNISHINCjS AND HATS HE followijig items are all good, clean desirable goods; no "seconds or job lots: i lot Men's Underwear all sizes, in blue, pink, black and natural colors. Special price 21c. i lot Men's Underwear, all sizes and all colors,'extra good j^arment, special price 45c I lot Men's Negligee Shirts, fine patterns full sizes, special price, 45c. Men's Summer Co^ts and Vests, all sizes special price $1.10. ' All 50c and 65c Straw Hats go at 33c Barclay-Shields Clo Go. LOCAL NEWS. Dr. Porter, Dentist. J. E. Chastaln, Dentist Dr. O. R. Bushfleld, Dentist. Kodaks and supplies at Miller's. July clearing sale at Rosenberg's. AUover lace, 19 cents a yard at Rosenberg's. , Northrup's quit business. A dollar for fifty cents. Miss Eihel McFatizel went to PiQua for a few idays. ' Eighty-nine cents for $1.25 wrappers at Rosenberg's. For Sale—Household furniture, 521 South Sycamore. Tonight is band concert and sola at the "Our-Way." Nine cents for 15-cent Madras cloth at Rosenberg's. Women's dining room and soda parlor at the -Our-Way." Miss C. I. McCedar went to Wichita for a few days' visit. No. 11 East Madison, u^-stalrs. Henderson & Powell's office. All gloves below cost at the July ' clearing sale at Rosenberg's. • Coolest and most popular placa for refreshments Is the "Our-Way." Mrs. J. A. Robinson left this morning for.Piqua for a few days' visit. One-third off the regular prlco of all shoes and slippeA at Rosenberg's. Dr. Herschcl Hendricks Is home ready to atlwid old and new patients. Ladies' dress and walking skirts, .bne-tbird off the price at*Rosenberg's. J. W. §outhcrland, an attjomey of Neodesha, was here yesterdaj*^ on business. -» Ji; r Mrs. J. D. Martin left tbia morning for Bronson for a few days' visit with friends. Cbuny lace, white Arabian and ecru Insertions to match, 10 cts a yard it Rosenberg's. Born, Tuesday, July 7, to Mr. and Mrs. John Hazel, of 10 North F-mtb street, a son. ' Born.'Tuesday, to Dr. and Mrs. W, H. Porter, of No. 410 South Washing ton, a daughter. Only a few more days and the greatest quit business sale at. Northrups' will be a thing of the toA. Too bad iNorthrups' -^'nre quitting business. You can always depend on what you bought at Northrupa,' Mrs. C. E. White came In this mom ing from Muncic, Ind., for a few weeks' visit with Mrs. Walter Cooper. Miss Edna Adams left this afternoon for Chanute for a few days' visit with friends. Mr. Willard Frost, a real estate agent of Sioux City, Iowa, is in town picking up oil and gas pointers. The citizens will have to get busy If they want to get some of the goods now selling at tho closing out prices at Northrups'. There will be a meeting of the managers of the Gas Belt Reunion at the office of E. G. Hough tomorrow night. All please take notice. Elder G. I. Winans, of Girard, passed through lola today on his way to Burlington where he.will conduct a Free Methodist camp meeting. Mrs. Carrie ,Pribolh left yesterday ev'tening for Lawrence for a few days' visit and from there she will go to Manhattan for a visit with her parents. The Maccabees will have a big time at Chanute on July 21. Great prep.a- rations are making and the gathering promises to be a big affair In lodge circles. Mr. A. L. Taylor and family will leave tomorrow for Colorado where they will spend the hot months, probably In the vicinity of Colorado Springs. , Mr. A. J. JFelt, who has been here several weeks visitiiig his daughter, Mrs. Will 'Thompson, "left today for Excelsior Springs, Mo., to spend the hot months. Emil Swansson. a^ smclterman living at 410 North Buckeye, Tfras removed to the lola hospital yesterday suffering from a severe attack of malarial fever. Mr. Jacob Hcring has secured one of the rooms over the Ed. Davis build ing now being finished on North \yashlngton which he will occupy with his cigar factory. Miss Bula Relmert starts tomorrow for Greon Mountain Falls, Colp., where she will spend the Rummer. Rob Rel mert and family hive a cottage eu gaged and she wIU |bo with them. ^ We Are Not the Watch Plumber ^ i But We Can Do Your OAS FITTINQi Or Put Up Any Stove to Suit the-wife The clerks at Hamilton's grocery were mighty shy about cuUing ban- seen a tarantula crawling about the the store. Someone claimed to have seen a t^antult crawling about the stem. A cate it. careful search failed to lo- By; some miscalculation Friday is an off day In tho league, breaking into the present series. lola has two postponed games with Springfield and as now planned there will be played Friday a postponed double-header on an off day. As the crowd, left the ball park/yesterday they saw a dhabby, baby-Caced boy^' not over flv4 years old^ standing at tl^ north gaiQ with a.bl The formal inst^Iation of Bev. L. C. Harnlsh as pastor of the Reformed ch^irch will take place on Sunday evening,, next. The pcrvice will be in charge of a commltteo of Wichita ClnsslB consisting 6i Rev. Bruce Griffith and Rev. D. B. Shuey. Leo Cockorlll was up from Pittsburg yesterday. He thinks-It Is hard lurk that after rtoting for lola a year and a haU to no purpose the locals should climb to the top a few weeks after ho moves to another league town. He stilt whoops it up for the lola team. : Fort $cott papers report that contracts halve been let for two new prospect \ie\\s in the southeast part of Bourbon county by the Western Gas & Oil Company. One well will be pn the Stubblefteld farm. Work Is to begin at once and Fred Horion has the contract. Mr. Hanley, the street paving contractor, says he expects to begin la%'Ing brick on West Madison next week. When this Is done It Is planned to keep.lho work moving so that every day will see a piece of .work finished, the excavators keeping ahead of the brick layers. The first match game of tennis in town this year was played l£^st night. Fred White and A. L. Boaitrifilht represented the North Side club and Doc Bowlus and Charley Klaumann represented the East Side club. The east siders had the bt*St of it and won In straight sets. Dr. J. A. DcMoss, of Thayer, and his nephew. Earl DeMoss, of Neode sha, wore In town today visiting relatives and seeing tho town. Mr. Dc­ Moss is a brother of Mrs. D. W. Bost- v/ick: lie. declares lola to be a wonderful town today as compared with the little place he used to know. The Mothodists expect to vacate their church for a week or so while the plastering Is removed from the celling and new plaster put on. Tho work will bo started Monday but It Is now hoped that It can be finished hO that no Sundays need be missed. Arrangements arc being made to hold services in the opera house or Odd Fellows hall during the time. Shorty Hurlbert and "the children" arrived here from Fort Scott this morning for a series of games here. The twoAowns, the two teams and the two managers have the most cordial regard for each other of any two organizations In the league, but it so hai>pens that neither can afford to do anything but win all the games possible. , : Mrs. Miller, who make» her home at the Nichols Hotel, was searching the \own this morning for a pet wolf which was lost She has owned the pet for some time and it disappeared yesterday from its pen at the hotel. [/Her first thought was that some one had killed it In order to collect the bounty at the court house, but Inquiry there proved that no scalps had been offered. The Alabama Jubilee Sinffer-s, en- rontc to the Ottawa Cliantauqua, delighted a fair sized audience at the Methodist church lasl night. The pror gram was well selected and so auia^ tically rendered that nearly every number was encored and graciously responded to. It was one of the very best jubilee concerts ever given here. The hot evening alone prevented there being a crowded house. The fence at the ball park is being extended and in a few days will shut out tho view from the north and east. It is now extended on the north sl^^ far enough west to meet the heavy growth of hedge and the east sode will compljetely fenced In. This means tl^at several hundred economical spongers will have to pay, stay away or climb a tree. And the fact tickles every tan at' the game. The Chanute railroad official who was In the game and had the big. end of the agitation which resulted in R. A. Edgar's severing his connection with the Santa Fe has boen rewarded by promotion to another part of the road. The lola business men whc heard the testimony and were mighty sore at the rottenness shown will-be interested In learning this. Thejr regard Mr. Edgar very highly. There was a meeting of the directors and stockholders of the Edgar Car Lock & Seal Conapany at the office of N. F. Acres yesterday afternoon. No business of public interest wa^ done, but reports were made show'ng' that tbe locks and seals are being furnished the SantyPe SLS (ast as possi ble and that it will not be long buCoro.! the railroad world will be satlnOed with tbis tes.t vad know that the seals are th9 moat ^«Qooml6al and fittocibre ever devised. Then the big ru'jh of basiness is expected. If the best come|8 of the patent, the company t^M make the Standaijd Oil Company iook like a deuce 8 ]^t In the fl , W. H. Blac^ W^t to Hamboldt on business.. Mrs. EJ. C. Miller left this afternoon for Chanute o;i bu ,Blne8s. Mrs. R. H. Bonnetit went to Cbanuto for a few days on buslnosB. Mrs. M. H. Wilson returned to hor home in Pittsburg this afternoon. Mr. H. D. Canipboll and Mr, Chas. Guy went to Humboldt on business. Mrs. Alex. Dickey^ went to SaVon- burg for a few days* visit with friends. Mrs. 9arah Waldren went to Pittsburg for a few days'.visit with friends. Mrs. Clemens, who spent the 4th at Burrton, returned home last evening. The thermometers on the street today registered 97 degrees' in the shade. Mrs. N. Harivell left this aftempo* for Girard for a few days' visit with friends. Mrs. C. F. Myers left this afternoon for Earl ton, Kan., for a few days on business. Miss Lulu Beymer of Chanute,. is here visiting Miss Pearl Servey anTI other friends. Mr. p. G. Hudo left this afternoon for Ok to go : Will ahoma City where he expects nto business. ,Ogg, of the street railway force, is very 111 with a fever which the doctors fear will develop Into typhoid. Miss Pearl Miller Professor Cook and Miss Gertie Cunningham left tlS's. afternoon for -their homes in Humboldt.. George A. Bowlus, T. F. Zlegler, P. S. Bennett, W. L. Bollock and Mike .Miller went to Humboldt to look over the oil and gas fields. The prices at Northrups' quit business salo are soiling the goods fast. It's only a question of a few days, when it will all be over. '- The Nevada pap.ers say th$y understand Porter and Rapp have been .sold to Joplin. Both are good players'and should strengthen Jpplin. . Cheap money' on city property. Loans made at once II title Is perfect. Smith & Travia, room 8, Northrop National Bank buUdlng. Energy all gone? Headache? Stomach out of order?' Simply a case of torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bitters will mal^e a new,, man or woman of you. Humboldt Herald: Miss Biancho Travis, who last week completed the- course and was given a "^diploma by the lola Business College, is sick at her home In this city. Scald head Is an eczema of the scalp —very severe sometimes, but ^t can be cured. Doan's Ointment, quick and permanent in its results. At any drug store, 50 cents. B. G. Greon Is the only authorized agent for lola toj; the delivery of the Kansas City Jiournal beginning July 6th. If you want your paper delivered promptly give him your order.: No man or woman in the state will hesitate to speak well of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying them. They always.pro­ duce a pleasant movemeiit of tbe bowels, improve the apptaite and strengthen the digestion. For sale by all druggists. -Fort Scott Monitor: Today all the eleven saloon proprietors In Fort Scott were arrested on complaints is sued by County Attorney Griffith and each paid Into the county coffers the sum of 1133, making a total of |1,463. Next month will be the city's turn, when the same sum will be collected for the suffering treasury. Read and Beware. The lola ilbrary Association will be compelled lo take stringent measures In regard to the use, or shall we say abuse, of books taken from the shelves. Many of the new books have been returned with leaves torn out, or marked, and defaced,, with pencils. These, books become valueless to the association, and should this be^ continued (much as the association dl:;- llkes to take such action) they will be obliged to Ine the holders of such books to the amount of their valne, or tbe replacing with a new copy of same. —By order of President of Library Association. Tlid above company will ap{»ar bW9 :<0f o^e perfwmance next Friday Night,lJuly 10th. ThU comj:taay |oet cofa» i^e unhe^ald^d, tu ^Tinir played! aM the principal cUi^s, «nd is projcio>uic«d by, pjreM.^ ptibllc of the large cities a.i b8lngbne0;f the best orgBni;!«d and giving one of the best productions ol thia ilm-ifffi^j^ HtVfO^ In ^tLitiBC*. They Travel in Their Own Private PMIace Cars, Costinx $i5>o6o.. The iproprietors have given tl )i8 ^oduction a great in vesture of scenery, mechanical and calcium leflects, which should be seen to be appaeciated. ' Orand free street P»«r<ide anil Cpniiert At Noon and Everting ol PerfownaBce Price* 15c and 25% \ THE LOBSTER'S. EKEMISa rUlies That Feed on the Sea Bottoai Prey I'poB and Destroy Slaajr of Them. "The lobster," said anpIdiflshermaB, acoordiug to the iN»w York Sun, "has np greater enemy than, tbfiboV tcm-fecding fishesi—blackfish, ocSdflsih,' haddpck, and PO najv^ : ^ TThey eat the lobster entire when they And one that has ju&t shed shin, when it ia not only aof t but poW- erlese, and they may disable a. lobster and then desit-roy it even when it is iik fighting trim. H«lf » dozett blackfisl^ for instance, might come across- a lofr- ster ami niana{;re'- to bite off its legaan^ so partially disable it. "The lobster is agilev a quick aiu^ long jumper through the water, hxA the blackfish is quicker ond it can> ea^Ij keep upland the lobster finally dl»- abled, it quickly flnisOics it. In thji* way a-blackllshmightgetawfty witJi>!ii lobster of considerable siae. "The codfish gets many—resj;U^tJ^. tbe codfls^h knowe the haunts of t^ lobster better than- men do. The ska't^, clumsy as lit Is, get-s some; if it c&n blanket a ilobs.ter, get one of its h]g flap-like pectoral fins over it, theakaie gradually ^'orks tbe'lobster vf* to 9* mou'th, and hoZis it so while it eata,It. The skate pets crabs'in the same manner, and there is a fish called the crab- eater- i "in fact, there 1» constant warfare going on at the bottom of tiie among the dwellers, there ^ the struggle for exi-i-tence, and the lobster among- them has no greater enemj See Our Before Buying Special West Bound Excuisiona Via the Missouri Pacific than the bottom-feeding fishes. - ? 8on« and Oatifl.hteni of JM.st{ce. There will be Initiation of fifteen to twenty-ftve new naembers tomorrow .evenlng._ Calce and ice crea^ wUl be served. Ail Cavaliers are invited. Three office;(a elected.—By order of gommltte». T<^ assoms i|o. Ti4k wJ ^Mi yoq bny C]^inl )erl4iii'» QPlic. Cm9r*. «nd DUc^ rho^ Rimddir. All ^maists «iU re- fqnfttFoar 'Aoney^ 7ott-«e JtaFntUi: Cartrldarea aa Carreaey. Emperor Menelik has had a cwrl- ous experience in his efforts to |^ place- barter by metallic carreneyrla Abyssinia, The Maria Theresa thaler has f6r years been carrent, but fgt want of a smaller coinage salt blo^i became the standard of cxekan^ and resisted all efforts, even of the eijnx>eror, to replace thesi by new I currency coined in Paris saqae x ^fsQ ago. The salt blocks haCva j^ven y^aji but not to the new coinage. The v^yri standard of valtiea is the rMe emr^ trfdg?. 5 Denver, Colorado Springs, GI99- wooS, Colo., Ogden, Utah, Salt Lfl^k^ Cityi Utah. Ilates one fare plus HOo for -^he round trip. Tickets on sale daily, June 1st to Oct. 31, IftO^ For further information relative tfli stopr ovei^ and transit llAolts, call bo B. B. ALLISON, Agent Cholera Infantum. This has long been regffrd^ pna of the most dai^erbiu. and f^^, eases to which infants are subject. It cam be cured, however, when, pfop- erly; treated. All that is necessary Js to give /Chamberlain's Colic. CfaoWra, and-Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as directed with each bottle, and a cure ia certain. For sale by alt dmg>- gists. Comfort Counts; Irt traveling • Get the be«t -rHM |i "The Katy Flyer,"!to St. Louis.; iWt, modern, dally. ^ •• At ?Qther JAs^tn eieai |ed

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