Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 14, 1903 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, July 14, 1903
Page 8
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BUNCH - -.I. The old reliable. Lowest prices, best quality. Telephone 159. tHE LEADER, H. W.STEYER; I PHONE t 479 479 For Ywir Qa5 Fitting and V Light Hardware IE.S.EAKIN II2S .KeBt8Cl [j. 1 WANTED! T/r«{ited Rooms—Two or, tUree robinr for light housekeeping.' Call or CuMresB 307 West Jackson.; J. B A« middle aged woman wanted at itheydar-Wtty" to operate dishwash iiig;3nachlne. ,Wan .ted—Experienced girl for gen- eralv housework. Good wages, small taa^. 'Apply 203 SoUth State stret. ^or Sale—Two' ho)rses, surrey,: hig wagon, harness and a lot of ;A. L, Harmon, 704 East t—A well; furnished room, lin on the «daae floor, gentle- lerjred. 20^: S. CJottbnwood. • F^rlRent-'-Rooms .for light iiouse- kefp^c^: 810 S. Washington!. S|ir|^ cut and made to order. Fit teed. Mrs. £. H. Endicott, 210 treet - . Adanison, tiro mijes- north and j^(j|1o'|le west of Santa-Fe depot, has In tiid Add, J5 jmoBiB for 7 >Ugbt tapusa^ NEIIIILy DIEO IN THE PM Real Estate Transfers. Geo. W. Stephenson to Moran Im proYjament Co.. $450, Ipt^S and 40 feet Mrs. D. M. Cooper Suffers ah Attack of j off north -fetde lot 3. blp<dc^29, Moran Heart Failure While Waiting ~ f-- for a Car. Mrs. D. M. Cooper had an attack of heart failure" last night in the public square and for a time it was believed she would die in spite of all that was done for her. She finally rallied and was removed to her home where she rapidly regained her strength. . The attack pccurreJ about 9 o'clock last evening while she was sitting in the public square waiting for an eastbound street car to take her to her, home in East lola. .She had her infant •''"^ °5 °e ^54 ,no ^,.16.26-18 B. W. Illpleman -to Moran Improvement Co.> ?300. nh lot 1, bipck 29, Mo ran. j Mary J. Twinoham to Moran Im provemont Co., $\'>0, sh 1-28, Moran Jno. Clark to H. D. Smock, $700, lots 3 and 4, block G, Caldwell's add to Moran. W. E. Hendor.son to Orlando Somplo $120, lot 4, block C, Overstreet'? add to Gas. Edward Hart to Oscar McCallum $1,225, lot 12, block 39. lola. C. E. Heim to B. N. Wert, $200, one daughter with her at the time. Mrs. Cooper has suffered similar attacks l>eforo but never away from hbme and when she felt the attack coming on she naturally grew alarmed. She tried to locate a i)oliceman but could not and at last, before she grew too faint to move she called for help to some young men in the park. They summoned Dr. Christian as soon as they learned what she wanted and the doctor Jiurried to her side. He found that the heart's action was almost stopped and It was some little time before he could get a reastion started. It was necessary to treat the patient In the park as every moment's delay was dangerous. Later she was moved to the doctor's office and still later her husband came and took her home. The Coopers came here al)out a year ago and live at IOC South Ver m^nt street, Mr. Cooper being a moul­ der at the foundry. ; Our y/ay Telephone Combine. The fourth wedding for which the Our Way restaurant has furnished a groom and the second wedding in which a telephone girl has been the bride occurred last evening. At 8:30 last evening at the home W. E. Hendcrso'ri to Orlando Sample $llo, lots 6 and 7, block 9, Ovorstrcef add. to Gas. F. W. Brewster to Roy L. Rankin $050, lot 4, block 14.' lola. Mary E. Northrup to Ira D. Kelley $1.550l lot 9, block 85, lola. Isaac ;W. Cannon^,-, to Ira Kollcv, $5,200, ne U and e .% of eh nw '4 2723-19. John Kelley to Ira Kelley, $450, lot a, block 6, Bush's add. to lola. W. S. 'McNiel to Ira Kelley, $750 lot 6, block C. Northrop's resurvey Jones' adrl to lola. \ Wm. Buchanan to Ira Kelley, $123 tract in nw cor 1-25-18. W. T. McElroy to J. E. Moore, $200 lot 6. blorik 31, Humboldt. Meta Helfrich to G. R. Hj'son, $1, lot 2, block 1, Bush's add. to lola. L. H. Bennett to Mary L. Miller, $1. lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 2, Taylor's 1st add. to Gas. L. H. Bennett to Allen Co. Inv. Co., $375, lots 5, 6 and 7. block 2, Taylor's 1st add. to Gas. Phil Helgle to Anna E. Dillon, $2,000, tract In Boughton's sub-div. of lot "P" .south of the Mo. Pac. Ry. Notice. of tlie bride's parents, Mr. and MrsJ To Whow it May Concern: G. W. Adams, of f'.02 North Chestnut Know all men by these presents, street. Rev. F. M. Gillette united in That the Chattel InvestSftept Company marriage Mr. Asa Leidloft a<d Miss has this 13th day of Jni^l003, taken Maude Adams. About twenty friends possession of thfti ^^^ntirff ^ stock cf of the contracting parties witnessed watches. diamon (Js. jewelry, clock.i the simple but pretty ceremony. The silvertroro and ftjTtures J ^own as th« young people will make, their home in Stephea Hartla'^kV sitdated' at No. rooms on South Buckcyje street. 11 South Jet[etaBa.<treet ,i" of lola. The groom is a cook at the Our State of Kansas. Way restaurant and bas been here By reason and , by virtue of 'tho several years. His parents reside at terms of a certain chattel inortgage Burr Oak, Kansas. TUe 1}ride is an for the snrnjof flye thonsamTdpUars, lola girl who has a largrej acquaintance, dated the 26th daijr of Bfay, 1903. for Mr. aodtHrs. LotdloS WUI Jiave the i ||heBecoriiigof tbejiwymentof c«taln |(0oo\ wlibw of all who k^w tbem,'.' p ^ramiawiy notes dC evdhdilate tber^ot which are past duo and unpaid, and other reasons which are more speci- dcally described in said mortgage now •m record in the office "of the register of deeds of the County of Allen, in th* State of Kansas. On tlio IGth day of July, 1903, at 2 o'clock p. m., tho Chattel Investment Go. will jiroccod to sell as much of tho al)ove described i)ersonal property ,or any part thereof necessary to satisfy said debt witli interest thereon and all o.xponsos incurred by said sale :it public auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand, according to terms as provided Ijy tho statutes of the State of Kansas. July 13, 100.1. The Chattel Investment Company. LOCAL NEWS. But Little Better. William Ycagaon mention of whose serious ilhic.';.^ was made iu yesterday's issue of the Register, is still in a crlliral condition .today. He shows a slight improvement since yesterday evening and indications arc more favorable for the recovery of his power of speech. He is not out of danger and the road to recovery will bo slow) owing to liis age and the general de- p]ete(l condition of his system for tho past few weeks. He is still conscious and makes a groat effort to talk to those around him. Very Remarkable Cure^vof Diarroea. About j six years ago for the first time in my life I had a sudden an(^ severe attack of diarrhoea," says. Mrs. Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas, •"l got temporary relief, but it :camo back again and again; and for six longyears 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 conclude^ to try tho remedy. TBe result was wonderful. I could hardly realize chat I was well again, or believe it cotild be so after having suffered so long, but that- one bottle of medicine, coating but a few cents, cared me." For^ sale by all druggists. lola Camp. 365, R. N. A., will give another popiilftr ico cream social Tuesday evening, Jiily 14) at M. W. Al ban. A short program will b'o rondc^ od; after whidb the youog folks will have a -social dance. Adtolssion 10c. The drill team of t]ie ll. W. A. will, put on their drlU which.will be veil worth the lOo admission. Dr. Porter, Dentist. J. E. Chastain, Dentist. Dr. O. R. Bushfield, Dentist. Kodaks and supplies at Miller's. Northrup's quit business. A dollar for fifty cents. • r No. 11 East Madison, up-stairs. Henderson & Powell's office. Mr. Wm. Glonn returned to his home in Savory this morning. , • Mr. Geo. Mock wont to Savory^^r. a few days' visit with his sister. (• • Mrs. R. S. Gilfillan returned to Kcr home in Fort Scott this morning. Dr. Herschel Hendricks is home ready to attend old and new patients. Lost—Ladies gold watch, with tiic name "Dora" engraved thereon. The finder will rocoivo a reward of $10. Notify tho Register. • .• Mrs. Alice Adams and Mrs. Maggie Hilyard. who attended tho funeral ;Of Mrs. Mock, returned to their homo in Savory this morning. Mrs. L. F. Potter-an(L;.chiWron c^me in this morning from St. Louis for' a visit with her father and mother, Ji3r. and Mrs. W. H. Richards.-j..-. • H. B. Woods, who has' bought tie stock of E. C. Pinkerl(^i, is now remodeling tho room and . expects to make it one of the cleanest and nicest in the city. There Are Other Ways, •But no better way to si. Louis than vi.a Parsons and "Tho Katy Flyer." ( A HARD STRUGGLE. Many lola Citizens Find the Struggle^ Hard. D. i. HOUSER Expert Machiirest Repairs Your ^pewriter, Sewing flachines, J Bicycles, Lawn flowers, Gas Engine^, Door Lock^, Etc. at r^O^TM S/DE HAffO>rA/i£ 1 With a back constantly achtog; With distressing urinary'^'distirtlprs', Daily existence is but a struggle. ^ No need to keep it up. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you."; lola people endorse this:^aim: Mrs; J. Cleaver, of 503 Soiith Cottonwood street, says: "For three or fotir years attack? of pain across the smatl of my back annoyed mo at intervalii. Some of them were very severe particularly after. I had taken a-long walk or contracted a slight cold. Som.? moj-hings I could scarcely attend to the imost trivial household duty an<l latterly tho weakness and lameness across the loins was always apparent. Procuring Doan's Kidney Pills at C. B. Spencer & Co.'s drug store, I com- moncbd tho.treatment. It proved de-. cldodly Batlsfactory." For sale by all dcalca -s, price 50: cents. FosteJ^Milbum Co .t ButTAloij N. T., sole agents for; the .Unltei; States. y !^^membe^ -tha ^namef-DOANIflhrn tak« no othfr.' . < ^ > >, ' T -r"^— r '""-~r~" 1 '-^ r ,i«ii,a.taKenoothfr.-., . - ,. . si "Vi^ •Bay your Groceries of us during Ji^v. We will njake it profitable, for '^^ou. We constantly endeavor toigive our customers the viery best service possible. A satisfied customer is the best, kind of an ad^ vcS-tisement. Knowintj this we miko your interests ours. ; WE OPFER TO-DAY: 2 ifega Cero-Fruto 25c 2 likgs Egg-O-.See : 20c 2. nkgs Korn Krisp ^... .'iOc ^•Olua D. C. Soap ^ 25c TJl^pkg bur Navy Soda.; 03o 20^/ pkg Our ^avy Soda..-.. .05c i 1%, i lb. and 1 lb cans F. Bros. Baking Powder. 5, 10 and 15c

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