Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 28, 1911 · Page 2
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TH¥I 0£ A DAILY REGISTEBrTgURSDAY^VEtgNG^^ Loving woinds will cost but little, Journeying up the hill of life; But tbey make the meek and weary Stronger.'ljraver for the strife. JDo you count them only trifles? What on earth are sun and rain? Never was a kind word wasted; Never was one said in vain. "Columbus, Kas, Dec. 27. "Not knowing whether you know it or not I t>eg leave to report that Frank BL Andierson, Vinlta, Okla., age over 35 and Eva G. Brett, of lola, ngei over 30, purchased one 1911 model* marriage licence here'yesterday after noon and were married by Probate Judge J. H. Ellis In his office. They left here on an evening train for Joji• lln and thence on n little Jourrey into Arkansas, today. 'OEORGK.n. nnvD." , The foregoioR letter romlvod by tho Register this morning explains It- seir. The Interesting Informntlon therein contained will be read with general'interest in lola whoro Miss Brett has a great many friends, and where Mr. Anderson Is well remembered and esteemed. There will not be much surprise for their friends generally suspected that tho happy event might happen any time. Miss Brett Is a sister of S. B. Brett, formerly engaged In the l)obk business here, and she, since Mr. Brttfs departure, acted as assistant librarian for a time. Mr. Anderson is an architect and had an office In the Northrup building here some years ago. He Is now located In Oklahoma, where it Is understood they will make tholr home. * • • —Richardson 's Dry Goods store commences to invdice Monday in order to reduce the stock they commence a big Four Day Special Sale in the morning. Read ad. In today's pater. ' •:• Mr. and Mrs. Willis Henderson and children return the last of the week to Wye. Arkansas after spending a few days with lola relatives. « <• Miss Mildred Swipart charmingly entertained a few friends at cards lest night. The evening was spent with whist. Miss Clara Foust winning first prize and Miss Emma Hyde second. After a two course luncheon presents were received from a vory pretty Christmas tree. Miss Swigarfs guests were Miss Emma Hyde, Miss Mar}' Culbertson, Miss Hazel Bowlus, Miss Bess Hyde, Miss Blanche Ponsler. Miss Margaret Hyde, Miss Daisy Hobart, Miss Lena Culberfson, Miss Clara Foust, Miss Clara Bowlus, Miss Neva Funk Miss Bertha Swigart and Mrs. W. D. Held. * * •> —Saturday Is the last shopjiing day of the year. The New York Store is last but not least—we always lead; others follow. Attend tlils great big year, end Remnant Sale on Saturday and bo happy. * •:• •:• Mrs. H. H. Sherman was hostess of the North Side Card club last night at her home on North street. A most pleasant evening was spent wiih cards at five tables. A dainty luncheon was served by . Miss Martha Shultz and Miss Bessie Fealherlin tn Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hecox. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Freeman, Mr. and .Mrs. T. A. Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Drake Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stoddard, Mr. and Mrs. C M. Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Watson. Jir. and Mrs. Roy Foster and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sherman. * • V —Save money by attending the big Special Sale. Read ad. in today 's iia- per.—Richardson's. •> • 'I' Mrs. Grace Wood, of Pittsburg. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Enfield. * •> * -—You caHnot afford to overlook our Klorious New Y'ear's Remnant Sale on Saturday, at the Ne wYork Store. * • + Mrs. H. A. Snyder entertained at dinner last night for her daughter, Miss Elma Snyder who teaches music in tile Almena schools and is home .You will want to make some of your -friends a— %w Year's Gill We (have lot8'6t novelties i^table^ if.l.i li ; for the purpose.- West'SideiOf-0$ SHuife.' Indnces strained vision can give you untold raiserj-. Not a few people thus afflicted feel Us influence by spells of dizziness, nervousness and Irritabillt.v. In this case «I1 the medicine In the world is of no axail. Glasses are the only sure cure. If you experience indisposition of this sort the proper thing to do Is to have your eyes examined. We can do this for you with mathematical accuracy. ]f you need glasses you can. depend on getting the RIGHT KIND from us at most reasonable pilcea—11.00 up—Including examination: • - during the holidays. Her guests wore Miss iVnrl Rupp, Ml8s<Carrie Iiupp Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder and Mr K. Fellers. + * + '—Our big Four-Day Special Sale on the entire stock. Read prices in to­ days paper.—Richardson's. • * * An oxocuflvc committee meeting of the W. C. T. U. is called for tomorrow aftornoon at half past two at the Rest Rooms. • • • —-Attend our Senii-.Annual Remnant S.iie at the .Vow York Store Saturday • •:• • Miss Anna Day of Colony, is here for a short visit with relatives and friends. —KE.M.VANTS: '^Remnants! Hem- nantu; At tlie New York Store next SATURDAY. • • Mrs. L. h. Dennis entertained at dinner yesterd.iy for Mr. and Mrs. D Alexander of Uufflold, Kansas. Her guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. B. En field and children, Mr. and Mrs. D. Alexander and children, Mrs. G. Wood of Pittsburg and Mr. Lon Reavis. .;. .> .> —Only 21.")0 RE.M.\ANTS to be sold at cost and less on SATURDAY at th< New York Store. •> • • Dr. James DcMoss of Thayer visited with his sister Mrs. Frank Anderson yesterday. • •> * Mrs. Harvey Knfiold entertained Mn and Mrs. K. N. Jones at dinner Tuesday to meet Mrs. T. M. Wood of Pittsburg. * • —Dr. Lnry M. Ilnll, Osteopath Telephone 120 and 6«I. <• •:• * The Mothers' club met yesterday afternoon at Hullders' Chai)el. Mrs T. M. Wood, whose husband Is on< of the Instructors in the State Manual Training school at Pittsburg talk )'d about city mission work. -Dr. McMIIIen. PhnneR tS and 832. • •> •:• Miss Claire Spink return.^ tomor row after spending Christmas at hei home In Beatrice, Nebraska. •}• • * Miss Ethel nixler of WIrhlta. i; visItlnR her parents Mr. and Mrs. W F. Bixler. •:• •:• —DR. O. L. COX, OcBlUL •> * • Mr. G. M. Shelley -has returned U Slgler. Oklahoma after spiindlnf Christmas here. He has just complet ed the construction of a new residenc at Siglcr where Mr. and Mrs.. Shelley will make their home. Mrs. Shellj leaves in a few days for a visit Ir Joplin and Wlnfleld before going tc Oklahoma. • •> •> Mrs. M. E. Bean who sustained P severe injury to her foot while golnr home from church two weeks ago If reported convalescent —Dr. Wirt, oileopnlh, Tel 487, 38S Miss Ethel Bader, of I^eroy Is herr to spend the week end with Miss Nellie Elam. • * * Announcements, have been received of the marriage of Miss Margaret Curtis to Mr. A. L. Treadway of Stockton. California. The wedding war solemnized Christmas day at the home of the bride's aunt Mrs. J. H Hobbs, 260 Belfontatne, Pasadena California. Mrs. Treadway is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Curtis, 606 North Colborn, this city. Shf grew to womanhood In lola and has won a host of friends here by her sweet and charming disposition. Mr. and Mrs. Treadway will be at home after the first of the year at Stockton. « « 4. A final report of the recent bazaar held by the ladles of t'he Presbyter- fan church showa a clearaaca of one hundred and forty dollars. A few of the cook books renuin unsold. These booka would be acceptable New Year's gifu and can be bad from Mrs. W. 8. Burdick or Mr. R. S. Asplnall. • * • Miss Hazel Butcher returned this .lirternoon from a 'visit with friends and relatives in Kansas Citjr. • * * T^e Ladles' Guild of St. Timoth.r'a Episcopal chnrcb held a ])u«lDeM EGYPTIAN COSTUME. THE tv\R(j\jeerrt COSTUNP Suggestions for fancy dress ball.=-. are receiving much .nttcntlon at thi.s season of the year. Above are two striking designs. The ore at the riglit Is the Marguerite costumo and at the left the Egyptian costtinic. meeting yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Travis. It was decided that a chicken pie dinner be .,'ivon by the Guild at the Y. M. C. A. hullding. January 5, 1912. * •> • The Missionary society of the Reformed church met yesterday INSl'BiJEM.S FOR T. I!. I'Ufits CuHuty, Miiiu, M-ii!n:e .llinust rnaniniuiEii f<!i' (he ColuneJ. Toledo t).. Ik'C. ::•<.—Keiiuiliatiiig Senator LaKollcUe. the hiicas County I'roKressive Itcpulilienn leag'.io at after-! meeting en<iiir.»;d Theiiiiore Hoosevel! Just two more days to lay in your supply of Winter i Merchandise at a saving of 25c to 50c on the dollar. ; Come with the crowds tomorrow and Saturday. Ev' erything in the house at a big reduction. See "ad" in last Tuesday's paper for prices. noon at the home of Mrs. E. C. Rems j for pre .-^idi-iil by aliiio .sl unanlniou; berg and arranged Its program for • vote, the coming year's work. i At a iiicetinE of tlie leiigiie several .J. 1 weclJ.s aso lliree ili'iogate.s v.-ere ai>- Mrs. E. C. Rernsberg will entertain j pointed to .-tttcn ! the progressive Reher Sunday scshool class of girls Frl- • publican ;oiireiiTiin the interest of day afternoon at her home 432 East j l -aFo'.lctt«- :.t Coi-Jinb:!?. .raniiary 1st .Tackson. I This action w;i.-; rL-.«'.inded and no • • • ; delegates will afond tlie Columbus Miss Alma Gobln returned this ineetlnK. morning from her home in Greencas-! The (easuc \vf!I :>i once begin tie. Indiana where she spent Christ- | campaign for .'..'liii members and mas. ' I 'rcMideni tJeorRe P. Reiser was au* V • fhori;;ed to appoint a committee of The T. W. C. A. bowling club will i five to organize the .N'infh congre.-:s- meet as usual at seven o 'clock this t sional distiict to elect two Roosevelt evening. ' delegates to the Rcpul)lican national .J. ,;. ' convention; Mrs. Frank Bouray of Colony, Is' — the guest of Mrs. Robert Davis. i !>' DKFENSK OF P.VSTOB KCSSELL + .J. ... ; EDITOR REGISTER:— TO CCKE A COLD'IX ONE D.IY I 1* ^'as very generally noted that in —Take La-xaUve Bromo Quinine the December Kth Issue of this joiir- Tablets. t)rugglsts refund money If • alln.sion was nmde to Pastor Rus- it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa-' s*"!' Brooklyn and London taber- '.urc Is on each box'. 23c. STOW POINT. December 25.—Several visited the lichool Friday and listened to a very aire program. Tlfere will be no school his week. Mrs. Frances Persons came home Alth her father, Mr. T .W. Hall, for a lioit visit with relatives and friends. Miss Molllo Camp spent Thursday night at .Mr. Wm. .McFarland's. Mr. Persey Broughton and Mr. Roy iter spent Sunday with their Simday k-honl teacher, Mr. Elder, wlio had lis class to dinner Sunday. Mrs. Persons, Mr. T. W. Hall and .Vallace Hall and daughter siient Sun ay afternoon at S. D. Branden- lurgh's, .Mrs. Walter Broughton and chlld- •en Eiient Sunday at John Broughon's. Mr. J. W. McFarland and children Mm Mattocks and family and Robert ilogers and family spent Christmas lay with Lon Mattocks and his moth- •.r. .Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hamilton and llt- le son. Herald, Mr. and -.Mrs. John ?parr. o fMoran, Mr. and! Mrs. Carl feckenliable and little girls, spent hristmas day at Mr. Wm. Broughon's. Mrs. Rose Broughton and her broth ir, AI Burrls, spent Sunday at Mr. I.aury's. Charley Furhman and family spent Sunday with the former's parents. Tom Shoaf returned Sunday from I trip up near Ottawi, where he went 'or some cattle. With the coming of Middle Age —There is a letting down in the physical forces often shown In annoy og and painfnl kidney and bladder all nenta and urinary irregularities. Fo- ey'8 Kidney Pills are a splendid regulating and strengthening medicine at 4ach a time. Try them. J. D. Mun- dia ft Co. Ladies'Black Velvet BiMon Boot Welt Soled Pric^at $3.00 to $4.00 nacles, as a transparent fraud. Hit .':ernion.s appear regularly in hundredf of newspapers, and not In America only, but In Great Britain, Europe and Au.slralla us well. The American Pres* Association handling these estiniatei-' ilir.t they reach weekly 12,000.000 readers. Ills Old Theology leaflet; like liail dsn. 2S:17) have fallen on the doorstops of the half of Christen doni. Ills studies In the Scrlpturen have outsold any work e.ver printed in any language, the Bible alone ex repted. To reckon such an author a fraud would ho luisty. and a reflection against the discrimination and good .iudgnient of tlie readluK public, who has made all this poi!:4llile, and who [f^ KlllI hnylnjj his hooks at the rate of f.29.00n volumes a year. Now their teachings are at variance with orthodoxy, and of course their circulation among the peojile has been vigorously opposed by the clcrK>- of every denomination. Yet in spite of all this powerful opposition, without th° lnflii"nce of the great, and wr might say without a collection, thr Pn>.tor bns succeeded as above Indicated. We therefore conclude, h'^^ "TitinK."' have cirrtilated on merit al' their own. Of the J^ord It is written that In the days of His ministry. "The common people hejird Him gladly (Mark 12:Z~): hut their rulers, al- thouKh rejecting lUm. yet could not withstand His words." (V. It is rather peculiar that at this time we have a parallel case, which nrover that the servant is not above his lord arid ca'Is tr, niind n certain other Scripture: "nehold. I have made thv fare strong arnlnst their faces, and Miy forehead. stronK ajralnst their fore- »i»n<ls. As an pdaniant. harder than flint, have I made thv forehead: fear •hem not. neither be dismayed at their 'ooks tho'ieh they be n. rebelllouF bouse'' If the common people of that day. un'earned as thev were, had s better. knowledse of the truth than their leaders; would It be too much to suppose that the common people of this day. wUh all their enllghten- —o„t pro nearer to the truth than their leaders, and more willing to receive It? >4iowever. as no one has arisen able to answer this man, and his works still' sell, and the people sfl'l read and believe them, we see only one of two ways left open for hir enemies; either to belittle him in the eyes of the masses, or to acknowledge that he has the Truth. If we could think that Provldenpr had 10 do with his coming Into Ruc^ prominence, for what nurpose couW this be. other than that be might have , the ears of the neople? And so it ti his clear exnoalllon of the many Serin- turet teaching that "The wages of sin is death, and not eternal torture," bar mo discredited that doctrine of devilp from the Darl^ Ages, that if the ministers themsMves still believed -H which they do not, they would be^ afraid to preach It We'll be with you in a few days with our CeARING SALE, Prices cit deep into ALL MERCHANDISE in our DRY GOODS • DEPARF.MtiMr. Twill pay you to wait! Busy hands are now working day and night to get this ONE BiG SALE la readiness. j—In the meantime don't overlook our— Our fiig Remnant Sale on Salnrday ; It's going to be a big one! jThe Inherent Immortality of the iqi'il. another doctrine upon wliich jtij-rnal torment was built up. is shown •o;have beqn flrst advanced by Satan n'thc Garden (Gen. 3:4), elaborated by the heailien I'lato, and never to -laye been a teaching of Christ at all. ;H3 word being point blank against it; (I Tim. 6:16; Itom. 2:7). And so also with the Trinity; three that country changed from dry to moist as it liad been in titiie.s past. Then there were only lif • n Jewi.sh families in Jcrusaleii'. i-.>.-;o a:'e now fifty odd thousand Jews in tiiat ancient city, and it is wortli remarking that this Is about the same number that returned from IJaliylon and reposscH -sed it after tlie seventy years desolation nud captivity. That Uof'.'.vf tlie end of tlie harvest. :JCUS In one. all equal In power and | infidelity, under the cloak of higher ,?lnry. Instead, wo now have the true etlchlng. that to us there Is one God lA'lmlghty) of whom are all things, i'nim everlasting to everlasting;\ind me LiOrd. by whom are all things, the beginning of God's crciitlnn tiloV. :fll, W..O Iniiiii'ili- cnnr'-.s-3cd. ".My fa- h^T Is prc:iier t'.,-:n !. ^iy r;:tlier Is ^ij-nter >h:'ii a:!" .\r,il t;-.- Hn!y Hpirit ix'nn Itr.iiiilil'- .'•fii'f r-.'ir if.-o'J mjf -iit- 1)1), tlio .-ei\!!iit-. l,'.;i'!ri-i!ticT:! In ;hoH'' (?;:y.-. .-i.':;! ti| -i i .if' r ..-j!i ;.i"ier thii.'c il.iv.-. V. I,;...;, . ;i, • v.;ii>r.al tl;«r< til tl;;.'k (/•'• .li.' I;<;i..- an a iIK'lHibli.' ; t:-i.ii:!-!;> ;i..;,!.:'every siint ::i tr.c i-iirtj .il! Lt or.-: iiii'J the same tine. In ijti.rr i: sJ^ir.s ll:c:c a differ- rsrce belw.-p.i :ia intei pie :it;-'::s an( .;\irrcnt ll:foifj-iv. 'io -ij.. he Won nf-Goil tp;.<".ii-s: FirM. ilvit in.Di- I^e avvar.r'v.'V t a tlr; .iiii.o.; nnt :<:a.«or.!--. -.!•-• Gi).->'o! .'.j;-? i et'tion of tlie ( line!) ;,:-d iio^ for th' iQUverr ion (.f. rle wor ri. l^i'.'.te afle. a'centiiry of lite ir.osi ;ili\e :i;!.-sion aty endeavor known theie ;.ie at ilii. tliue, twice as iiiaity hcatiiens then wore at its tegmning. sTaistics seen to support tl-.e Pa.stor. ^Second: Tlia: t::e sov.-.ng of th« ;ooii seed be.:;i:ii by oi.r i.onl and hit Vjiostles. ;s iir.i.^hei!. Ti-al we ar» aow in the liarvct-:. HL-C?!'.!.'^" iiioderi reivivalr, cars ro lonpe;- depcndec upon as former;;.' to^ r'.ci^iit the mem- jership ci' :jn- t:;:'•'.•iieo. i" wouli 'epiu r..s licLKi'- a dispensiiiiona; Hange w:i;- af i^vJ.' As (.':«• with- irpwal of FO luar.y. eHine:,t liible stud ?'hts from «I1 iho Protf.-stant bodie; would indicate a itiovlcg of the wheat. :or the l;i.'r bundli.-ig now going or imong thffe various religious e:e- iiimts would be evidence of a gooc' ^T^p of straw. Third: That the Kingdom of Christ v(>s not set up at Pentecost, nor ilnce; but that it Is now about to be 5S!tabllshed with full power to com- !)eJ obedience to Its very rigbteour rule. Aside from the various Scrlp- nres cited to prove this, he offers the rery sensible suggestions that we need iii'st such a kingdom. That the peo- ol^ are trying to bring about just such t rule, and arc praying, "Thy klng- Itmi come, thy will b« done on earth." i»d whv pruy for It if we already >$ve it? JHIR forecasts for thirly-flve years hjive been as Interesting aa tiie wea- Imr man's, and much more reliable, j -r 'e showed from the propbeslei that fiivor would begin to, return to Israel ji 1878. their promised chuatisemeat it seven times having been accom- iiisbed. That very year, through Eng- 'ish intervention, the Jewa were ranted trivUegcB In Palestine that „ .they had not enjoyed for centuries. |iibout this time even tbe climate In rrllicl.'!in and evolution theori(;s would liccome so widespread as to (ivertliroiv the faith of the people In the Holy Scriptures entirely. That tliere would be a rcapproacli- iiient between Culliotics and I'rotest- untb. and a tight and fast federation of till! various denominations of the latter body. These things although une.ipocted are also here. Uf ail his words but two remain untuililied. viz.: 'ihe utter wreck of the present order and the setting up of Christ's kiugduin on the ruins thereof. '1 he present uneasiness that i is worldwide; -ihc rapid change of one • aw after another without betterment; Lhe trust spirit on the one hand and .ne violent opposition on the other; he revolutlonarj- clamor how beam m every hand against everything and iverybody; the inability of the insurgent' leaders to establish peace and or- ler In any of the countries where the jovemments have been recently overblown; and last of all, the cry of 'Peace, Peace," with the mouth and .he feverish haste to^iiild battleships .vlth the hands. All this is sufflclent evidence that these' two predictions A-iU come to pass also on the tick of he clock. As the Bible is God's rev- ;latIon to men, as we have reason to suppose, because it is better tidings ind has been more widely published •Jian any other revelation so called; ve would be warranted in thinking hat teachings which could harmonize ts various parts, and in circulation :ome next, would probably be God's nterpretatlon of It and be the opining of the books as^promlsed in •iev. 20:12. Now as to the quotation from the 'clarion Record that'inspired the com.nent: It could not have been the ruth, for the Pastor was in England intll November 17th. and was not to ecture in San Francisco at all on his lour. It could not have been his flrst 7islt to California, for we have read 'n the newspapers his lectures delivered in all the principal coast cities of the west Besides, who ever heard of 'he Pastor saying he was tired, or sick'or too hoarse to talk. There are some things that could be safely forecasted, and tlie Press (ssoclatlon handling his lectures would probably be willing to say a lay In advance tliat n large audience heard the Pastor without any fear 'hat It would not be so. Wa are sorry that misinformation deceived the edir '.or of this journal, ^nd with bis kind ;iern <l8Blon take occasion to say that wo consider Pastor Russell and his works as for above the ordinary and 'hat this Is bis standing with many more than is supposed of Its X SUBSCRIBERS. - t: Do Not Neglect the family group, for such are the pictures tliat one most cher -^J ishcii us the years go by. We have the facilities and the skill for making, group pictures that you will like now — that money could not buy from you ten years from now. Gibson's Studio 110 Si Tnshlngton, ^ Makers of >Fbi9os That FIeu«.' Every Lady iTh!> li.sits nnr Cbioi^ Departineiit- daring the next few days will receive a handsome sprig of Holly wllh our compliments for' the Xew Year. ,^ „ 1912 CALENDAR PADS Blank Books Filing Cabinets Office Supplies Desk Stationery Pencils, Pens, Inks Auditorium SKATING RINK Tuesday, Thursday and' Saturday Evenings at o'clock, and Saturday;| afternoon. ,..^1 ADMISSION ^ ^ Kventng 10c SlWtes U^f Afternoons &c Skates l«e

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