Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 16, 1903 · Page 4
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THE iOLA KEeiSTEJR, THUftSDAY, JULY 16 1903. Lace Curtains Are Goinjj Fast Have You Seen The GLASSWARE Specials in Ribbons and Laces Yoa can boy for 5 cents Satorday and Monday if yoa bay $i or more. It4 all nice new stoff. Some pieces are sold at 50 cents right here in this town. 13oi:i't ITorgot tlxe Date Tioware Pricps THE PEOPLE'S STORE See our Shirt ' Waists » tit - Hi Of ik • m \li Hi tit Or ^ lb «p & •i Oi. tk lit <n «it <p <n I* - ^ f« . f (H •r •I* m 5 LOCAL NEWS. MALT and HOP Dr. Purler, Dentist. , J. E. Chastain, Dentist. Dr. O. 11. Bu.shneld, Dentist. Kodaks and supplies at Miller's. Mr. C r, Hamilton w<>nt to Collins- viili;,'!. T. Charley I-'roii'man went to Ncodesna lit lit m n\ ^ I on Iju.^iMfss. TONIC ON ICE AT CRABB'S DRUG STORE, i«-9Mi^ 93^^5553 m T d> Ut Ut m i« m <p tn •n <p <»« 1* m f« <r Buy your {jroi:orio.s of us ihirinjr July.' \Vc will iii;:ko il jirolilaWlc for you. Wo iron ^^tantly otulejivor .to pivo iiur cusroiniTs tlm vi-ry West snrviLM' ]>t>ssiblo. A satisiied r«s- toni(>r i.s the l>psf kind of an ad- vertisi-iiifiit. Ktiowini^ ihi.s wc make vour interests owr^. I \VJ£ OFFER TO-IMY: i 2 J)k):> (•oro-l'''ruto -''C 2 pkfis Kjrt,'-* '-See \ . .20c 2 pkjrs Korn K.-isp -"c .7 bars U. C Soap .-"'C 10 07. pkp Our N:!.vy Soda O'k' • 20 oz I'kp t,)iii- Navv Sodn... ... .Ooc ilb, •; Ib.and 1 lb can.-! l',ros. I Baking I'owder 10 and loc Phone 308 2 West Jackson D. A. HOUSER Expert Machines! Repairs Vour Typewriter, Sewing flachines, Bicycles, Lawn riowers. Gas Engines, Door Locks, Etc. at X77 • />fOffW.SfDE'HAffPI¥/iif£ ' Supplied to tbe Trade Direct at the factory or from bur delivery waigons. AJlI.delitery wagqns have ournam^ontr Mrs. O'.Mority left this afternoon for St. Paul, Kansas. .Mis.« .\ora i'ccki.'li rcturnod lo her lioni<« in Huinholdt, • Mr. and Mr.s. P. A. Johnson wont to (Hrard on busin<.&.s. Mrs. If. A. Holcomb wont lo Yalcs Center on bu.siness. •Mis.s F. H. FinniJl weal to Pillshu-g on a few days' vi.sit. i \o. il East Madison, upstairs. Henderson & Powoll's office. Mr. L. S. Gorhett returned to hi.-? homo in Neoslio Falls! Mr. U. Flaiz rcturne<l to hi.-; home in Savory lliis niornius- Mr \V. J. Pattin returned to liia lionic in C'idlinsvilie, I. T. .Miko Miller went 10 Kan.=as City for a few days (ui businosH. A. L. Itorehf^ad wont to Kan .sa;; ('iiy tills inornini; on business. Rilibnn sale at Miss Priboih's, Thiir.-;day. Friday and Saturday. M is Hiaiuhe Curtis returned to her lioine in Pittsbur.:; this afternoon. Mrs. llaiuo lioulder retiirned to In r hk.uni- in Ctiaiuiic tiiis afternoon. .Mr. and Mr.-. Aldo Funston w» nt 10 l\,;insas ('ity for a visit with Irieiuls. _ Dr. Hi.T.'ichel llendrieks Is home ready to attend old and now patients. Atii'nd the ribt)on sale at Mi.-s Priboth's Thursday, I='riday and Saturday. W. H. Ko^sni.in has moved iuio tiuf ik'tidorsoii proi)(.rty un l-2asi ^ladisim avenue. Mr .s. Darjueil wen; lo lola iciday W) vi.'-.ii lier t ^l ^;b:l^ld .-i II w days: —Cherryvale Clarion Shirts cut and made ;o order. Fi^ cruaranieel. Mrs. L. IL Kmlieott, 210 Ka.^.t street. The. W. C. T.- r. will meet at l!ie lie,-;! Uoiun Fiiday. July 17. at 2:;;0 o'cloclc. Program will be given. , Wni. Fossier 01 \u\.u Kansas, is •hunie visit in,;; his lainily. and will remain several days—Nevada Pusi. Mrs. D. P. .Xorthrup and ohildro:'. Avont to (;<d :irado thi.-; nt <jr !iinp: 'o ^spend the Guminer for iheir health. l )r ColTman rciK^ris the V.irib of a' daughter at Jio^n*- of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen KUinick. M'l North ChesintU Street. Marry Mill-jr and his uioiiier. Mrs. Mike Mill. r. left tliis niurniiii^ fur Colorado Springs to si >end the summer. H. .Ml >.->in ^er an-.f wife reiurnfvl h '.mu- last iiii:hi frimi Ottawa where they have Utw intending the Chaulau- qna .\.--s (:inbI\. Mrs. S. Kcs.sler and d.-^uiihion, Helen, returned yeiicrday from Starlc where they had been visitir.g Mr». Kessler's mother. Mrs. E!m<r McfJlain and Mrs. L. ¥• Potter, of St. Louis, and Mfs. \V. A. Uichards left this mornini; for Col>)- rad" Spiin^is t <i spend the sunini<-r. The remains of Mr.":. Malinda Parman were tahtin to Nevada this morn- inj; for burial. They were accompanied by her son. W. H. Parman, and family. Mr.Kenncdy, editor of the Fredonia Herald and also a i)roininent lawyer of Fredonia. was in the city yesterday on business and made the UeRister of* fice a pleasant visit. 1 Miss Edna Bail went to Pueblo. Colorado, where she wii;i visit her brothers^ Mr. T. S. Bail liow has five boys in the employ of thjj Denver & Rio Grande railroad. j Sarah; Henfroe, who had a fight t^iree weeks ago oil South pashington. was arrested last nTglit about 8:30 o'clock and gave $10 bond to appear this morning at'& o 'clock. Chanute is to haye another - bank Years of suffering relieve.1 in a night. Itching piles yield at once to the curative properties of Doan's Ointment Never fails. At any drug store^ 50 ceifts. The lola band has bb^n unionized, and takes up the charter of "the late- band of this city, becoming a part cf the Musicians' .Union of Amerca. It is a move In the right direction.—Gas City Herald. \ "I owe my whole life to Burdock Blood Bitters. Scrofulous sores covered my body. I seemed beyond euro. B. B. B. has made me a perfectly Well woman." Mrs. Charles Hut ton, Berville. Mich. A great bargain. For -sale or trade, twenty-five thousand shares of oil stock in a splendid company. Chance to make bij; mon<'y and ld.4 iiieoni'.'. Investigate this at once. C. M, il., lio.\ t;27, iola. The heavy rain of la.st night has again ib-layed the work <)n West Madi .s<m street for several days. I'.ui whfit is delay for contraci work is ;;ain for the farmer and a good corn crop may yet be realized. Harry V. Wood's. ei.i;ar .•--lore has just opened up with a tn.-w line of cigars and tobacco and e.xpect to ha\e the best line of cigars and tobacco in the city. Call and see me at Vi iuist Madison avenue. The K. C. Plumbing & Supply Co., located at the northeast corner of the sf]i:arc, will give a nieklc plated .soap tray lo every purchaser of 50 feet of hose. We carry a big assortment 'of hose, nozs.les, sprayers and water supplies. Phone C5. The Sale of all Sales ^ ' THE SHOVEL 'EM OUT SALE El fiese ate absolote bargains. Come ia; aad see foi* yotJtself. Biggier bargains, better valttek than yoa iever bought before. Read and be convinced: Younp Mens Suits apes 17 to 20 CIO years worth double the price. Shov-i^J.^ V/ el 'ein <Jut [ Mens Suits a big ba»'{?aia. Shovel 'om out Mens Blue Denim (Jvcratls Shovel em Out. 25c S4.44 Mens White Handkerchiefs, Shovel 'eni Out Mens Suits Slo.oo, !S12 and Shovel 'em out <D T ^7 Men's 2;J cent. Susoocdori Siiovcl .i -C J{>/.// • 'em Out C 2 for 5c ^ .Mens. Suits worth 11. 00 tp I7.oo < 9^ Shovel em out " Mens Sweaters w.n-ih ."n) o Shovcrein'^ (.tut ' ,Aa-^ C xMrs D. Shields and <laughler starteii tihis nujrning to their .jld home in Chillieoihe, Mo., where tiny e.\peci to spend, the ne.\t si.\ wtcks. They were acconipanieil by Mr. Shields a.s far as Kansas City. \ ik'o man or woman in the state will hesitate to speak w-cll of Chainber- lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets after onc(! trying them. They always produce a p!eas.int movement of the how- els, improve the apptaite and strengthen the digestion. For sale by all druggists. One of the Steele triplets of Mr and Mrs. Geo. Steel6 on Sijuth Kver- irrflen. died this morning. It was one of the little girls. The Steele-tripb-ts have liei'ii the wonder of the year and c;hanuti: lias lieeii vuy much iiueri'>^f- ed ill them livin:; to nuiliiriiy.—Cha­ nute Sun. Garnetl Kvoning News: An lola jeweler lakes the public fnio his con- lideriee and explains the hmsou why a uiort.uagt,' was foreclosed on his stock. This niaii had iho nerve to lai;.' sever.'il jjaue ads in lola and Gas City papers leceiiily ami if Hie 'pre-,:-, Stiiii;" down ihere ilon'i lioosi iliis iiinii wiii'ii he ;^i 'ts nil bis leel iiiiaiu. a.- lie iravely s.'iys be iniein!.-, to do. wi -'li e.>n.sid<r them the mosi iiimr.ih ful a.-- sartiiieiitf td' p< nril ptislieis t!i;i! eviT spi-ileii while paper If some •lariieli jeweler'would take ;•- iiaiie add in tin- Niws and pay for it in coin of ilio realm, woiiid we hoor.i him? W'ould we'.' Wor.ls fail us. We are over- eonio by our i -niotioijs Men's SHOES Worth $2.50 and $3.00, Sbovel 'em Out $t.35. SOUTH WEST CORNER SQUARE Another Pipe Xircam, J-.i.^i a! ii!'t.:-eiit Topeka i.^ coiiridei- able wrought up over iiipiiiij .lias to •;ha; city. .Another rompaiiy h;is .isk- ed for a franchise. aii<l seems conlideat that they can furnish ihe niateii.il. The To|)eka Herald ^ays: "Topeka s.-ems U'lw to l)e in a lair way lo be supplied with natural gas fr<ini th'.' Kansas oil and gas field.-,. Two rii-diuancos aokir.g for the privilege ofi layin.u mains and esiablishin.c a syston; were before I lie c<»uncil !a;f ni.i;ht The n-w conipany which tered the tieid last night is the Continental Oil .t Gas <ompany. It proposes to piiie gas from ;he Chanute field.-- C B Hofi'man. of l-Znierprise. was prseent and e.vplained the propo sition of the company. The council is alr»'ady divided on the quesiiiui of giving gas j;ranchises. Some <jf the A HARD STRUGGLE. Many lola Citizens Find the Struggle Hard. With a back constantly aching. With distressing urinary disorders. Daily existence is but a struggle. No need to keep it up. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you. " Tola people und.orse this chiim: Mrs. J. Cleaver, of 503 South Cotton- wT )od street, says: "For three or fo'.ir ycmrs attacks of pain'acro.ss the Small of Jny back annoyed me at intervals. Some of them were very severe i>ar- ticrularly after I had taken a long •walk or contracted a slight cold. Some mornings I could scarcely attend to the mdst trivial household duty an<J latterly the weakness and .'lameness across the loins xfas always apparient. Procuring Doan's; Kidney Pljlls at C. B.4 Spencer & Co.js drug store, I commenced the treatment. It proved ds- meniliers last night expressed a belief thai it will bo a ttood thing ro grant oiie or two or even more new franchises to companic} which want to enter the field and comjiete. Coun- rilman Swendson was in favor of going ahead anti tcranting one ordinance l.-i.-;t 'night. This brought a protest from Councilman Weber. He has been chairman of the- streets and walks committee for years and pr'> tested tliai it woubl fear up the streets too much. lioili ordinances will comej'j* up a|.ai:i at \\v iiieeiitig of the coun* ell oil ne:-.t Friday night, July 17. It jirovi.les thai Ihe work shall com- !m( iiei wiiiiiri I ive inoiiih.'-, after the pa;-:a ,t :e »)f lb'-' oi'diiiaii<;e and th.it the mains sh.-iU be laid v.iihin three years. In ;.i)eaKii!g of the personnel of ' tho Hew company Mr. Hofi'man mentionod .Ioh!i .loiiiz of Abilene; A. W. Rice, of Abilene: T f. Stearic, of Abilene; '.V. I !'!.;!;. ev-Se'cri'tary of Stale and seeiviary of tlie new eohipany; John •Ci .iir.iii. of Topeka. ami .Iiidge P.rews- ter. of Chaiiiii' . .Jiiil.ue Hrewsior was pre.;eii: .lud spoi^" hrielly about the Iraneiuse. He :;;t !i| he did not think 'lure was ;in.\ i liii.i: to prevent the ciuaicil from ^;r;iniing two or more new francliis< s iiut, that he did iitjt think it wouhi be afgood thing for tlu' city." ' T FOR SALE A Qood chance Here Very Remarkable Cure of Oiarroea. "About .-:x years a.go for the first time' in my life f had a sudden and >^e-vere attack of diarrhoea," says Mrs. Alice Miller, of Morgan, Toxas. "1 .trot temporary relief, hut it camo back a.i;ain and again, and for six long years [ hav(> suffered more misery and agony than I can tell. It was worse than death. My husband spent hundreds (jf dollars int physicians' proscriptions and treatment without avail. Finally we moved to Bosipio county, our present, home, .anil one day I happened to see an-advertiseinent of Chamberlain's Colic. (Jiolerai and Diarrhoea Bemedy with a testimonial of a man who had been cured by it. The case was so simil.'.r to my own that I concluded lo try tho remedy. The result was wonderful. I could hardly realize that 1 w;is well again, or believe It could be .'vj after having suffered so long, but that one bottle of medicine, costing but a few cents, cured mo." For sale by al! dnigg |st8. GENEVA. July 1.7.—Miss Grace Denney went to lola this week to spend a few days with her cousin. Miss Olive KnowUon. It was refiorted that two or three families near Neosho Faills have scarlet fever. Miss Mary Gray spent a few days this week .with .Mrs. Cline. Porn, to Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sher-wood, a girl-, July 12. Miss Julia and Anita Irwin spent .i few^, days with her brother last week. Xif is reported that Mrs. Clara Mabie has sold hi .T farm. . .tim Elem shipped a car load of hay. James Leavitte has finished, bailing his timothy hay this week. . Mrs. William Denney is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. B. •V\'hUe, at Colony. \ i ^lli- Chad and daughter, from Joplin, Mo., spent a few days last week vlslt- iny Mr. Gr'eeiyW'est. , -*- Public Sale. Four cars of buggies and carriages, two cars of Stadebaker wagons, one- half car of harness, fkrm implemeats and farm machiaery, OJds Mobiles. Be pairs a specialty. -Jatnm Campbelt Bast, aod Jefferson. One acre onc'-fourt h mile west of Public .square, lola. No gas or oil lease, price fliW. About 1^ acres adjoining Tola, no gas or oil lease. I'rico S^loOO. Term-4 on this. .OO acres one tnile cast of city, i'rico per acre. Make us an olfur on this. One aerft on south Kentucky St. Price $200y.- Easy terras. •:• % % 40 acrc^jone miie sotithwcst of ^* fola, nlce'fcottom land, no fjas or oil IcasVoD this, i'rice-Sf.OOO. Ijl Also a too acre ranch 35 miles I?! southwest Tola, 0") acres in cuJ-: *$* tivalion, house, barn and orchard. Hrico :3 J ,0{)0. Terms. , X FAkM LOANS, LOWEST RATES. CAtL ON OR WRITE D. W. B05TWICK, lola, Kas, % '•^•^<••:~^•x•<•<~:~:-x•<~:"X••^•^•^•:~x•^.^•:-x~^ WAIiTEOI Wanted—Girl at the Endicott houts. Wanted—.\ dining room girl' at the Pennijylvania. ' W.intod ]t^)oms—Two or three rooms for li.ght lioitsekceping. Call cr address 307 West Jackson. J. B. Bowles. A middle aged woman wanted at the "Cur-Way" to operate dishwashing machine. Wanted—Experienced giri for general housework. Good wages, small family. Apply 20.3 South State stret. For Sale—Two horses, surrey, big si)ring wagon, harness and a lot cf chicliens. A. L. Harmon, 704 East Lincoln. . ' • . To Rent—Five room house nearly! nclw; jdenty of living water. Inquire at! Sn.j South Walnut .street. For Rent—Four nicely unfurnished rooms close in. Call at Room 9, Bartels':i building. «. For Rent—A well furnished room, bath room on tho same floor, gentleman: preferred. 201 ST Cottonwood. = A Perfact Wall Coating ^ Comi>lnes Cloanllnoss '•$nd Durability Any dne can brush It on No «lne can rub' it off Plestlco ia a pure, permanent and porous wall coating, and V ^ocp i\Qt require taking off to » renewai doall kalsomines. It is V a dry powder, ready for use by I addin^'qold water and can be \ easily&ushedon by anyone. '. Made:in >yhite and fourteen » fashtotiable tints. ^ ANTl-KALSOMfKE CO. iSRAND RAPIDS, MICH. ^ For iiill particulars and ,. .sample card ask i/ANS BROS JJ For Sale .or Exchange—Mow gro- cerv'ttock and building. Call at Room If. iiartels' building. J. L. Ailanisoii, two miles north, an 1 one milo west of Santa Fe depot,; has timothy hay for sale in the field, ?7 a ton. We Want to Figure That PLUMBINQJOB For You. Satisfaction Guaranteed. NOfir.H S/D£ HAfiOyy/iRE J. n. DAVIESi Lhdertdker and LiceD&ed Embalmer The;-9ld reliable. Low- est:j|^ices, best quality, .teje^houe 159. , THE LEADER, ; h: W. STEYER. Th^ Finest Line in I :| lhaCity

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