Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 11, 1903 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

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V :Ayer^srHali¥V ^oi^^licKlKeii;: fiftyyearsjtnd.ft never Ms do this woirk, either. And you can rely ^apon it stopping yjjuf hair from falling, j.gfig^t £ How*i Your KitchenTo-Day? T>o you need any Cooking Utensils? Prices are so tje yon can't afford to do.without. 3 and 4 gt double grsj eDameUed /pans worth 25c, 4'-, eacQ i8c I, :4 qt graf' eoabened'pails- Tfith tcover worth 35c^ at each......a5c 1 2'qt ric« |t>oiler3 in unbreakablci '.JAmethjst: ware \ worth 7oc, our fjpri<», each. .,i..4Sc .6'qt Purity enamelled tea kettle, nroriD 81, our price 69c ' 6 qt pans, blue and white, worth 40c. our price asc 2 and 3 qt paus blue and white, worth 25c, our price .»8c 12 qt blue and white pails, worth' fl. our price ... .......... J69C 1 quart dappers. Amethyst ware worth 35c, oar price..... ...-as? 21 qt Perfection bine and white enamelled ware, 3 coats of hard enamel, worth 91.25, our p>ice ..89C See values on our 5c and 10c counters. The People's Stc^re I Do Yoof F«ct Get Tired? Our I Foot Powder ± IS A CURE FOR t Swollen, Aching tired feet. I and 25c a Box. LOCAI. NEWi i Campbell & Bnrrell | % West Side Square . lola 'k MASON'S BALM A CUARAMTtED PlLEUCATARRHand ECZEMA CURg •'O^ PRICE aSahd 30 ci» MACiBY .hOWELlMfii. C0 .,J0PL1N, M0» ..Largest Line.. Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers at V !rhe prices at! Northrups' quit business sale are selling the goods fast. It's only a question of a few days, when it will all be over.'' Dr. Porter, DeliUBt. J. e. Chastain, Dentist. Dr. O. I^.'Bushfleld. Dentist Always cool at the "6u ^-Way." Vtoflaks and supplies at' Miller's. l-tverybo<ly, eats at the r*Our-Way." Too hot to cook, eat at the "Our- Way.' \ Well! It's cool at the "Ou^-Way" at least. Wanted—Dining room girl at the Tonnsylvania. Northmp's quit business. A dollar for fifty cents. ^ Mrs. L^iura Linder returned to her home in Humboldt. * Something good and a cool place to eat at the "pur-Way." No. 11 East Madison, up-stairs. Henderson & Powell's office. • iseulah Biilings left for Ottawa this morning to visit her sister. Mr. J. I. Case, of Abilene, Is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. For Rent—Rooms for light hou^ss- kccping. SIO. S. Washington. To Rent—Five room bouse In Elast lola. Inquire at C02 'East Madison. W. H. Parsons came home from Galena and brought his mother with him. The Commercial club meets ne.\l Monday night on Important business. Dr. Herschel Hendricks Is homo ready to attend old and new patients. Mrs. J. S. Crowley went lo Oxford. Kansas, for a few days' visit with fMonds and relatives. Cadet Thompson, of the Emporia corps, is here assisting the Salvation Army ia their meetings. For Sale—Stock of groceries in good location. Cheap if sold soon. Address or call, 19 North Jefferson. Mr. Haniey has his street roller out on West Madison today and is rushing the pavement through as fast as possible. Manager Allen, of JopHn, has released Jimmy Driscoll. It was sure to come. Driscoll is now after the old Nevada franchise. Wanted—In every town and city, brigljt boy. girl or woman. Local work'. Salary $7 to ^no weekly. Texas Publishing Co..,Mart, Texas. ' Smith, boUi or Drezel, Mo; M m . H. A :^ Shorty who has teen! here risiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Davis, returned to her home in Leroy this momingl Allen county's share I of the fctate tax was sent to Topeka yesterday. It is the second payment and was a draft for 115,848.92. . peorge Eajston, In charge ofahe Register bindery, returned today from Guthrie with his wife and baby and win make lola his hb?ie. J. Wooten .the cab man, has Just recelred a ll.lOO carriage which Is amply able to carry ten persons. It \9 one of the flne«it hacks ever brought to town and he expects to run it to and from all trains. Mr. J; W. Connor, x/ho kept tab on the rainfall during June, found that there were six rains and a totai preci- 'pltatloh of 4.04 Inches. Mr. Connor has Just returned home from Iowa, where ho was called by the death uf his wife. Thos. RJ Gibson, representing the Springfield Trust Co., of Springfield. Mo., was here today in regard lo 4 loan of 1250,000 which the trust edm' pany Is making to thie Iron Foundry Company that recently combined seV' eral works. , The Christian EJndeavor societies of the Presbyterian, Christian and Reformed churches will Join in a union meeting to be held in the Christian church on Sunday evening, July 12, at 7 p. m. Mr.- Charles Klaumann will lead the meeting. The year and a half old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. J. J. Creed who live at Gas City, died last night of cholera In­ fantum. The remains will be taken to Burlington tomorrow for burial. Burlington being the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Creed. The K. C: Plumbing & Supply Co.. located at the northeast corner of the square, will give a nickle plated soap tray to every purchaser of 50 feet of hose. We carry a big -Assortment of hose, nozzles, sprayers and water supplies.' Phone 65. There are ninety-three dogs In town- whose owners are known and who have not had their tax paid. Next .Monday the city officers will begin arresting these dogs' ovAers. There l.s no escape so It may save you trouble 10 boat the cops and save the costs. An agent of the Wabash was In Tola yesterday Inquiring concwning the prospective number of Elks going lo the grand lodge meeting In Baltlmoro this summer. Mr. F. A. Northrup and wife Intend going, but there will be no delegation from here. A swell train is to be run from Kansas City. Mr. Hetrlck. the Chanute man who was gonig to build a fine new opera house at that plate, is said to have become sore because of several arrests and injunction suits begun In the liquor fight down there and to have declared that he will not build the house. Tho hcp.il act^nr and t!:c T(;pcka agent of the Union Pacific^Tea Co. were here yesterday looking over the affairs of the company here which.are in charge of Mr. Gladfelter. They "were well pleased with the business the store here is doing and promise to increase the stock and make other improvements soon. We Start: in on the Second Week of Out Akd we afc gpmg to offer Bigger Bargains than; ever. Prices kiiocked down lower tha;n ever before. DonH fail to come in a^d take advantage of some of the Big Bargains offered. her mbt&en: - i ' ""l^i'M. L. Myers'weat to Woiodard, Okla..^for a few days' visit, with friends and relatives. Mrs". Allstock and Miss Grace, of Gas'iCity, left this afternoon for Topeka for a few weeks' visit Edna Swank, who has been up at Oeneiva foir a few days* visit, returned to lola and will visit with her aunt. Walter Jones returned home last night from a trip west He says Burr Conley is out at Great Bend, gathering in the wheat The supreme court in a batch'of de- jcisions handed -down the other day affirmed the decision of tKb j disfrici cotirt in the^Iand case of Geo. A. Fry and Alvan Bowen. ' J r Rev, J. W. Love reports that he has flnhshed canvassing for the local Tabard Inn Library and that the books will be received at Spencer's drug store in a week, or ten dhys. The three-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Levey died last ev- ^enlng at 8:20 from heart troutde. The flani&4al.W8 held from the homo at 2 o'clock today. Rev. Shadwick officiating. • Word from Neodesha^Tsys that Dr. Tozer is very low and is hot expected to live. The doctor Is the father of Mrs. W. B. Rood and Mrs. Tom McDowell, aud Ltid been an invalid for years. Remember that Joplln .comes here tomorrow for four games, one a postponed game. It will take-pTayIng lo beat the Miners and we need the games.There will be one doubleheader. Rev. Mr. Price and daughter. Miss Bertha- Price, of Wellington, are here rVisttIng the family of Dr. Wv D. Chastain, Mrs.' Chastain being' Mr. Price's daughter. Many years ago they resided here hnd have many friends who are glad to renew: acquaintance. The News aays that Mrs. Olmstead has about recovered from the overturning of her buggy in a gaS ditch at LaHarpe last fall But that Miss Saar Is permanently Injured. The latter was in LaHarpe tTle other day securing evidence on which to base a suit against the Lanyon Zinc Company. The Undo Tom shol" w^lch exhibited beneath its own canvas between two brick Ibuildinfes on the cas' Hide of Iho square last'nlght did not do much. The tent must have been sweltering hot Only a few people attended, although a large crowd took In the band concert The L.aHarj)e N*wB man, who »aw the show, says it was bum. The big pond of the Cherokee-Lanyon smelter at Gas is a tempting place for the town boys and cctnplaint has been made by. people llv^g on the iaks shore" against the use of it as s. swimming hole. Several boys went in the other evening and a woman stole their clothes. The Coys got home after dark by sneaking down the alleys and the Herald advertises their clothing as "found." Mr. Frank Riddle remarked casually this morning that yesterday's lee sales in lola broke the record. The aggregate. sales were fifty tons and a few hundred pounds, as against forty-three tons, the biggest previous day's business. The extreme output o? the ice plant, as at present construc:- ed, is fifty-one and one-half tons. . M lola keeps on growing it is very evident that the plant will have to expand. Very Remarkable Cure of DIarroea. "About six years ago for the first time m my life I had a sudden and severe attack of diarrhoea," says Mrs. Alice Miller, of Morgan. Texas. "1 got temporary relief, but it camo back again and again, and-for six long years I have suffered more misery and agony than I can tell. It was worse than death. My husband spent hundreds of dollars for physicians' prescriptions and treatment without avail. Finally we moved to Bosque county, our present home, and one day I happened to see an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial of a man who had been cured by it The case was so similar to my^own that I concl^ed (o try the remedy. The result was won- derfuL I could hardly realize that I was well ag^n, or bellieve it could be so after having suffered so long, but one bottle of medicine, costing but a few cents, cured me." For sale by all druggists.- Fort Scott 's Swan Song. |- The Fort Scott Tribune yesterday headed its base ball story with these soulful lines: ' Well we've traveled down the line. Which doesn't look so fine. And the voice of the knocker now is heard. J . Fort Scott fans have got the fidgets For lola beat the Midgets. And so it placed the Giants down in third. For. forty-years Dr. Fowler's Extract of TWld Strawberry has been curing snmmer complaint, dysentery,.diar­ rhoea, bldodf-flio,'palii in the siom- •chijuid Stellas.never yet failed to do everything daii^ tor it With crackers ill a bag-. Send Johnny a 'marchincrfciajck again and write iip0^ the tag—;; When Jbhrin^ comes maffcHihg home again In the InffepH^I Package J-. KATION;s ^ Biscjuit 'COMpAJinf •itffrfrwfc Witk . T^. i_ fdria Full Size Pacl^^ge^ •siich as is usually $old for The largest Ifood mill lii the world, witiftfe most approves laboir saving machineiy,ieiiiv ables us to make thh bm flaked Wheat !?< at this Lower Price. ASK YOU Si GROCER WOR • sead If your.grocer does not keep it,.; yotia package, prepaid. Address all xommunications to sittls :Cleek Breakfast Food Co.i' QianC7« Ot' THE CnEZfZ Pi is^name aiuL IC- cents andigc3riU :aet^ Relieves IcstaM7 <» Mc^^ Refunded. Sxsrbiknt Pa^tShi^ and all Inftamfflatlofis. , Kills CHiggers. It Cool uilt Soothes, lit Qsres^^t» m CHAS. B. SPENCER A^CO^ Ida, kih^s. South Side Square. Another Lot of GOOD THE Nocttnjp ritijsiortedWQple^is, -•s -

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