Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on September 9, 1908 · Page 3
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le Give# Away DdllarBllb! I (eVir5 If' tin Cbiinty Mi -K. M. AGE GBOTE. I ViKlt With Jiirdon City j Mrs. (1M-. Mildred llowiis left Mondoj' for her son. C. h. Downs of IS VES; WEBB Ask Your Grocer I REALLY TRUE?! I • MR. FAN. ! MIDGETS J I CITY IN jiwATTING FESt. PItchrir Ad Biciiii.ih H.ui TonaJlitus.— t.be . \Vost<'rn Association, liavo |l(i>(>ji woiuli -rin;; for Ihc jiast scjveral [ihiys why lie has not Uwn wofking Irefei • Iriily. His ))i oiln-r . :it LJiHrtrp i ri.\- (•('ivi'il 11 li ;ttor yostcnlay st ;Uinsi{ thait BEAT "''^ ill. Ad. h:is hcfii sutti ^-rlnir rnuii ton .-^ihiis, a difca .si! he hmt liajil III lirl<'H :il:f sliic" cUll'lliooil. ll. lio*- I'M I', riintaiiH'il llii' iiifonnulioii UluU. (<• «i)<l Noten Alioiit he Bnll Pl.iy- 1 (1 ri-'uiri tti'iil in III- wiiutil sniin lir alili wiiili Yi':ili'!dav Ad ; .ivi il ilic I I JM fill- Ills li-am uialijjs Hiy rii> \l< Iia.l •lull. laihil iHi KillK I iniM- lit I r.aiii'' f'-:iliihi| in li.ili! hilMiii; . Sprlh dli'lll I N III W'fl'li Cllv V. >I.I,|;iy. Mon-illlli aiui Hi-jiuian fiti-lUMl. the latlfi ildiiii; fairlj. wi'll. 'I'lc ..ii-l- KOts :iil U; liilS. A'JU:' iva:4 til iit ba:. j;i'itin^ foul- lilts hi four tiiifs Kii)i!d<- i;iit I (iiur I i;s in li»< .timo^ up. S;n hmii''l.l is lifn in;;- w.ll ;, but «li<; lii'ldini; afin! li:i",.ry worii i.f llU' t|i.'ani is iiin ;-;art li^.-". ; HOLD MEFORIFAiNT star-j I fill! l.rmiMiadi'. I.'rall.i r »iri'. llo Sold al Ciri'iix'^ in liaii>-a |I.<'ri'iiil<r. Ill lliiiuliliuV <;iir<-.iis Ki aboutl hit won jors About tlie Olsons. (loi'.v Olson ll }MUi-.L-" !!.•• . !i:i!.' as iiatd aro' ia Vu; u- ;t( th<- ur'-^'r,' riuf. It" h-- )iail ;t Ifti" i>rr<;.ii <-lir. al! s^asnti. Ito (1 ii;ivc laii'lc i a lii-rl!) in tin' i;:r!- Rut ilou"t Worry for it is only ;i cdnple. of sf'a .<5 <>ti.s at thi^ ino^t lif- fore tho little ^Wcilo will lo uji with the lliig ;i (>amic,'5. I .\!><1 .S. Olsnti. is naurdorin:^ tli'"'; ball ponioivna: hasn't hit .so hard aTaiii.--( .Sprit.. I)Ut |What he did jon tho lapt triji long bo roniomborc'd in Siiria.:^!;' ii I .loiiliu.—Statf' .Touniai. hi'i <(.i:u-.- Ill lii'a Si'iilciiil.i'iii ITlli ;t! Iii-.ir lilt- l.a'i'.i'- slii.iiit; t loiil; cfj ii- I'l.t d siai:iis ' lr;i.i)iia-a- a dil III-. iii liuild -a(l''. U/.jll' I ••j* aiii and Erioff Orice Outfielder. rir)i )fr ."tbc SiMiu-Tir'd 'i-a;chi-r. wa^- !in his lfai:u<' for a siioii liu'.o lusr 111, the soa.on .i.h . ^'SV ^s^ ' • Till- :lii)\v peoiilo caiii.' uii tow il ;'V. i;! -iiUlii-.-s i'lir ll.i? '(•;ii"i!i;iili' is •.•iiiii;; in iif |;inr—tija• ,:-=" if till- .-I.};.' a'lihori'i'r i ;:ivi- ilii'if-\va!.\. A di>;ial"li >ays; ' |; •rn'i-Ka. K:is.. S.'M !' -Kau-^af^ r«o- . orirk \n\i\- ii'iiiiiuad- :l.' tlif • Y"'- ^>'i^''<' •••^ sliijWJai: ia ; •• ( ••o. \\lu-!i I in-lfliiiSv \ ••-li-rda.v laoi iliinu 'a |. [I' ('tor iianifd iit;i tl|c' iii;i:ia r ni ii;<- < <iii<-'-sii </ris .itui; uayc liiiii a I oji.v fif the law.- ij ' i .\s a lO-siill aii tiie if.Miamadf : nuhi •v.-i.' <-,..;!i-J 11);. :;';d tilt- iaspertor rojd ;li <-iii al-diit III.' |:!i!<> food iau-.s:, /•jl' til" li -iiionad^' 'III till- •.;riiiiii (i.> ; iiiaiir lll.lll I 'll 1 if acid Willi li ll'T Cliit llilll is liilu ' ^latsler and little duugh- of Parsons, caniu u|i liiHt ..Mond.-iy for u visit with D. \V. Matsler jand wife. linrlttn ai^d Glenn Stewart and a couple of fri|ends from Humboldt were !;aihorJng nuts at the farm h'ridar. :>Iis.ses Gi|aco and Virginia Puckett entertained Class No. 2 of the Sunday school last Wednesday evening. The in-onlng wa;!'pleasantly spent with Kiuaes and imisic and at the close the lio.stesbes si^rved ice cream and cake to Misses Ruth .lohiison. Ruth Stew, art. Mabellei Pens. Velma Brandon. Hazel and jzelle Noycs. Myrtle and l-:dna Johnson. Messrs. Charley Stewart. •Guy Smith, Will Adams, Garret Ilankensieften. Marlon Butler. Frank and Charle.v .lohnson. Kd. .Alatsier came up from Parsons H) visit over S|Unday with his wife and parent^. Itorn. to Mr. and .Mi's. GeorKe Wasli luirii Sunday, I he ;}Oth of Angust, a son. Kov. Oochsli of Baldwin, will jircach here rcjiularly. Two weeks from last Sunday is ihe next preachinjr day. .Miss Vifsiniii Puckett expects to Inave Wednesday for Grand Island. Nebraska, where she will attend school this| winter. Misses Inn and Myrtle Krou.se spent SJunday exV-niiig at Mr. .Tohnson's. .Mr. .lack Elliott arrived last week for a vi.si^ with his jiarents. Mr. and .Mrs. Wathon Klliott. He has been in Callfoiiiia for several years. Mrs. Downs visited Saturday with Mrs. Xoy> who .Mrsi last .Mrs. ,(obn Newman of. rhaiiuie Vt\n been visitiuK her moiher. Matlle Stewart ieturn<'il home Friday.- ClasH No. •; of (he Sunday school with ilielr leacliei and several Invli- eil mil hiM I'lijo.vcd II picuic at Stewart's liilii' Friday. .Ml. ami .Mrs. .Mylntw Stewart niid ItoHs \'an Houten visltiMl Monday ev I'liliiK at .Mr. .lohusoirs. Ilaviiio I Ikiwiin and son liiiridd. spi'iii II ^.'W days lust week with his tiiotlier i|nd hister. .Mrs. Downs and .Mm. Miil|.«<Ier. insT. SO. atJ. o ] ] o Misssi Marie iiiid Hiilh .Moore and lii.i .Maxw.ell r<'liiineil Siilurday from a tw-i w«ekA visit ill .Miy.wur:. ISorti (o .Mr. and .Mrs. I'a-^e. a niri !IH'I;>. Sept .Ids. iiobeiis <-alie<l <>ii .Mr>. .Moore .Monday! • .Mrs. Kerr i.- visitinj; relatives in OU.alit.iiia at iij-eseiir. Kiiiesl l-ar.-;!)!! Iia.s been ijuite sick I 'lir tiie past week. i .Mr. Will. Uolierls has a iie-.v surrey. .Mrs. Sam Klliorr and .Mr.- l-;ike iieiii loj.Savniibiir". .Monday. Dairymple as mMjia:.i .'r. li' bat enon?:h for an ontlir'Mer an:!- was , famed out to th" O. K. circuit wlii'iei he Joi •'I 'd as eiiii)" il aiid sea leal doveloiH'd mal. nitii ralchf r.--Sl it.<- 1)1. li-iisuaadi' is cn'vci'i'd. as MJell as ,1 i e:ii-il''i'S on sale. Clo'^e of the O. K. Lcaaue. 1 r MuskoU'M'. On .i. S< [ft. :>. •AVilli ;,|jsi MtskoKce itlaviin;-;it ToNa ;iii .i IV M-JW:" llesville at indi 'ti'Mil.li'i;. t'''- I'.l'i"^ vi.-. son'of ibe <i»U!alii)tiia ami rCfiii .-as ,i;iy there inivc been n'<'!Hin)|i|d and UKUe will cloifi' tlii'-: afi 'Ttiooii. Itv i-.,i>\,;u-i\ iiisidi.f a niiiiil Revival Continues. , i-.^vi'.al at tlie Tiiiiity jilf'lio i-ljii.-cli in I '^ist lola coijliiiuej| iiiii''!i ini 'Ti'Si. "ve;y si-r ilii-rc an' cjiiivi I siiiiis. ('ii'lo to- wliinitii; Iiol'i p.'i|iii 's of a doiible Iwa'l- I'liililnn in (lie from Miiakdt;e.' yesterday. Tiiisa.lia.\ \pr <ssi 'i! er W( 11 (be elianip KC ison. Til (ilijylim off ot Suiiilay sclioji ilieir di sin- lolistilii for till- SI loiiil fur liiid. ;.asl liiulit Ilii- v '•.ill' 111 I I'.siLii;' lli.-.iii ifi<' i>ii>s i^f .Voaii .<lial, s'liis iif :;aiie'S le-, W Inn ilii' S'Mi ol Man Coiiielli twi^en Tliltin aljil Mai I li svilli- tVir I lu' -.iili jii I fur lie- s.inioii «a.., 'T pelinuiil as Ilaiitbsvitli vmi tin (Irsf <iii,| ('mninn." one ilihlp j chauiplonslilp Vvliiili i-r .idi d .InU ,'|.aj.,iir was U, liiiinehs lii'i l( ; I'l ere liaa bei'ii; I'oini' t.ill: of postiion Hull i.)||i iiicl Hal .les.iis .w j In; (lie playjilj.' of tliis neilea iinliri'i;' n«aiii Two Wi'H' eolivi I-ni xi !^)M I II;.'. Iliiii I 'l' ..J'liiii sii-.'ii iir.'jii, \{'\. ;;rnil''iilii'rK<'r d ' III 1 bed III %\> ..It liiclit! d wa:< |'l oli .'ildi' i, . .n .l u ill iii'acli Imiinlil al^ 111 'llie r .crli i( uniild III' id.M'd "II iiniiitl. / medial' Iv ft iMMliaM.' Hint li\ nies; will l.i'j)d:iMd Thi;; ^^ill d I'ldi'il today. I Tw" :;ajii<v 1' lyi'd at ItarU 'i'Vill'- and. H H'TI 1 V iTiilsa ! ot who ;a.s ".\s it IM'• The '.e See- of llie )lKni>ia' I ^H cIMii- leil lax( All BRYAN TO t'EORI • Brcnii.in ITIH- fri 'Mids HJarpn boy. w S?ll»riiiiifield. .M, Hai-. Tc-ii.iliti--.. if \d liieiitiai). Itiil I.. I o is t'iiiiliiii^' iDj- ; tlie Jo., bas' ball (••am.; in i Deiiio'.r.itic Candidate and Cojinniitlcc •It Illinois Convcntionp . I 1 r :i 'j... S' pi- '.' \V. .1. MijJMii l<l( li.i I '.iMi.i fliis (Morning. a< (•oinpaii !. .1 l.y lie minis nf l)ii- .\atioj |Hl < oni iniH.i Willi will aili 'liil tlie settle i.^iU' 4 1 hi uiii with bim. Right it- •iOLHEX VAIXKY. I!iiildii):;s jbat are to be• ere».'tcd i'l the in-iir fntuii- are: (Jiie on ilie, old I'.arlier raiiii now owned Ify .Mrs. Kiiml<af.«er. one (HI liif ./oc 'I'ur.Ter fanii now nwiifd b.v ilii» same, a iiiiie- rooiiifd bouse on Can Se.vnii>iir's fai'iu a barn nil A. ('. Koliler's. .(. W. (Iiil- lert's. ('. Iliis.son's farms. If some niori- land owners would step in and build it would help the looks of the e<iiiiity, .Mr. iiiid .Mrs. Wess Smart went to Par.sons .Sunday and spent lalior day. Ibirti Harden starts lo California in a few jdays. Cecil. lOdiia and" Hazel Walker will ^larf l(j Iheir winU in f^i Harpi' .Moli- dav . I''diia and Ha/.el will attend srboo) here Waijer Wood will pur out forty acres of wbcai. Wess Smart will put out tweiitx. O'rve .Morrison who wil' move iiii .1 W. Uunry's farm will piii oiii si'Veral acres. • KdiMir liiowli's wife who was vlsil- iim thf< iiareiital Itniwii lioiiie, lia.s re- tiirued |o Kansas Cilv. .Xibij'rl lliowii will take ,t post ^ladK all- cimrse at Kmiiorbi. ItoltllK'.i KelteMiiali lia.i li'lilliieil li> ha H(n pe to seliool. hiiw'ren-i- .lolie" Is visitin;; Ills iiiotli- I'l. MiH, .Hill Andrews. will move on A C Will Kiiu-aii Wood'' placi'. Cecil Moore and l''ied Kessbr liavv been on the slitk list. The .McCliiii« cliild died at Klsniore Tite.sday It bad di|ibilierla. O- —— o 1 Get at the bottom of the Baking Powder Question. Rcy n ran of fliliinict toit.iy. Put it throu^ ti-.t iiioit riirid b.iiiing tm «l ;at you know. If •il dm-s not. fully conic up to your standard: if the l>.ikiii;; is not justaSKnodor better- 1/gllter, iiiore cve^Siy lai-cd, more delicious and whole-' f'l moiic ...inie, taU it b=ck to ibc VJoccr and pet vour monev. iC. Caiuinct is I'.ic only strictly hiRh- frxsilc bakipu iK.wi:cr stliiniT at a luoderalerort. ] :i.ia't acq'. V' 3 substitute. Insist upon Calumet -• and get it. J Mis. I). A. l,ong accompanied by I KT daiiphter. Mi's. Geo. I'ur<-(;ll. drove to lobi .Monday. .Mrs. Georpre l„'inib'>it visited witli friends in Xeosho Falls (he latter imrt of lie week, and attended (he Old Si'ttlers' meeting. .Mrs. Will Slack and daughter, of ChaniKe visited relatives here the past w-lpek. .Mi-s. Fisher. .Miss Vera and Clara spent last week with . relatives at Pleasant Valley. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Slack of tola spent Sunday at the home-of .Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Draper. TH W ILL TKV FOR .IT KU.SEBllI 0i >EM>U. THE The T«*ru> of (he Dnwliii;—rbortr (;i> lu Sttutb Dakota ur >pliru>ka. The UcKister lia> received imiulries nearly every day. since the unnouhce- tuent of the Rosebud land ojteulng. asking for detailed information tcm- cernlng the terms of the registration for homesteads. The indications • are that a large number of peoide in lola and Allen county will try (o get land, i The following dis|)atch tells of the regulations.o( the drawing: Washington. Sept. 9.—Any. jiersun desiring to register for the opening of the Rosebud lands in South Dakota (Tripp county), must go before a Unit eil States commissioner or a judg;e or clerk of a court of record, or a notary, public in one «>f the following towns: Chamberlain." Da I la.**. Gregory or Pre- she. S. D.. or O'.N'eill or Vaieniine, .Vflir,, and thi-re sign and swear to an aiiplicatioh for registration, which will he furnished him by the officer before whom he makes his oath. Tins application must be sworn (o betw'een October .J and OctolHir 17. and after it Is sworn lo it must be delivered by mail or jier .Min to .lames W. Widen superiiKendent of the opening, at either Dallas or Gregory. S. D.. before October IT. Soldiers and sailors who served for ninety days during the War of llie Ite be lion, the S|ianisli-Anierlcaii war, <ir the Pliillpi>iiie lusiirreciion. will not be required to go to either <if (be aliove named (owns' to swear (o (heir applications. biK (hey iiiilsl appoiiK agents (o present: their aiipllcailon for tlieni. and iliesii'appoiiKnieiiis may be "made ami swoin ii> In any slate or lerrlior.v. .\ drawing will be held in Dallas. S D, October 1!'. lo iletermine who of the pi isDlis legisleied will be given •he right III make entry. If a iicrsoii drawsj a liiiliiber Kiiialler than I.OMI lie will be iiolllled-by iiiail (ii appear at some dale probably In the irionUi of .M H K'I I. l!Hl!». when he will be iiormll- ted lo enter one-r|uarter seclloli. or le.ss. of these lands, for which he will tie rei|Uired lo |iay ihe usual f<-eji jmd commission and Jt; an acre. If the iiuiiilier drawn is hetweeii l.'i'ttl and tS.uol. llie applicant will be iioiitSed iii the same manner of some date -in .\iigiisi. i;m;». when he can make e:i- iry ai $t..".ii an acre, if any tif the lands reiimin unentered at that timei Tin fees and ennimission and one-flffh of the purchase moiiey mu.si be paid whin Ihe entry is made. ai;d the r,:-- iiiaitider of the purchase money in tivt- e<iual annual (layments: withoiiti tnici- ei*!. • .At Ihe time he makes Jinat prcof be trill lie re(|iiired lo jiay (he usual fees and <;pmmissions reiiuired ot boiueslead entrymen making protif. If a person enters HW acres under ti niiiii i»er stnalier than A.m} he must, theie- ftirr. pay .$1'.'!' on (he purchase pri:-e and $11 a.-^ fees and comniissicuiif. or a lolal of f-l'vi at the lime he makes e:i- :ry. and he wl!l be required t <i pay JI.'i.! '•II auuually ihereafier fur live vears. If he enters IfiO acres under a number above i ui»> be must pay $1H purchase money and $14 fees and coai- missions. or a total of $!.'>.'<. when he makes enlry. and siibsequeinlv he must pay live .vearly aiiiiiial installments of $ll.>.l'ii each. Persons are not entitled to regist'..'r fpr this ojieuing if they are under twenty-one years old at the time ihey apply to make entry or are luarrit-il wtmie.n and not heads of families, or are imi citizens of the Iniied Staie.- and Iiav-e not ilecdared Iheir inientioa.^ t«> liecotiie citizen.-i. or are o^v^er^ of more than Il'.n acres of land, or have obtained title lo or are ('.aiming :;ju .leres of land under entries madi- iiii- dei'(lie lumiesteaiJ, de.ser(-land or limber and stone laws since Angus! L't), IMiP, or have already made hotiiesle.id entry lor lUb acres. If the eiitr.v h.i^ been patented fir calieelt'd for fraud, or relimiiilshed for a" valuable coiisid- eriition. . ! 2 M' irfe of SATURDAY, SEPT. 12. 9 fi.m ONE DAY ONLY I ' lirf'friii-rr"-- Second Great Shlpmerit $1.25 values, special for one day only, 95 cents IIOKSK Vl.WS FODTIi.VLl.. HIeeolMino CuiiiCM In .VMHTICII \Ulh Wonderfiill}; Tniluril .Viilmuls. BOTKIN TO SPEAK LUMET Baking Powder, Received HigliesfcAwmrd World's Pure j»,i..'-'.*. DcNiocnillr .ilinlM'nmtAriul Caiiili^ale Here for Hie ThurMlay Eveuluir HeeHug of Bryan Tiul*. .1 D. Hoikin. Deiuocratic caudiilaie j for governor, is to speak in lola at the head(|uariers of the Uryan cluli. in the isMasnnIc hall, tomorrow evening. .Mr. iiotkin s|ieaks al the .Moran fair (omorrQW aftofnoon and conies to lola Thiirsdny eveninR. Ulctoliono, ihi- vvorld's Krealest an Itiial traliiPr, who developed (be mar- veliiiiK •Good (ilulii" horse ami elei trilled all Kurolie wllli his wonderful comiKiin of foiii-foo(ed arinr*. Is (his year a star feKure with IHngling Itrolhers" Worh's Gri-atest shows. Beyond (iiiestloii this ad l.s th» greatest example of animal education beff^re (he jiubllc. In addition lo the "GotMl-Xight" horse, which wears Coal, pants and boots, renmves (hem. makes its own hcd and climbs Into il. Kicco- bono is al.so" exhibiting a horse lhai play.- foot ball dances on lis hind feet and skips llie rope. There in iiotliiiig under the sun that resembles this gicat act. nor has-aiiyihing ever been doiie thai can in any way ctmipare wUh it. . ? When I'Ungling MroHier.s' Circus visits loJa on Thursday, Sept. IT. il will be noileed thai trained animal act.^ nre a prominent feature on the long and varied bill. Frank Schadl's burlesque zebra menage act, three new herds of trained elephants. Wormwoods educated bears, Kers|ake and his company of pig actors and a troupe of high-school jionies are a few of the more lmi>ortani offerings In the trained animal way. Il Is an all-siar Kuropean company (hat Is presenting this seas<m's program. Prominent among the riders are the wonderful Bastiens of Fiance, the great Clark brothers from England, the HedinI family rroni Italy. MIsB Duton fr()m. Anstralia, the Hobsons, KIsa St." Leon. .lohn Agie and MIsis Stickney. Among the .acrobat.is are the Patty Brothers from;ltaly,'whD walk on their heads: (he! i Belfords from AuHtralia: the Mlrxi^ Golems froai the court of the Shah !of Persia: T HIS sale oi crisp new Silks is one that should interest the ladies of Tola immensely. The assortment corsfsts of every new shade—canard,; taupe, greens, dark red, browns and blue —and we have included in this sale onr best $1.25 black gnaninteed TaSeta. secured this second shipment at much less tbanltheir real worth, and these beautiful sill:s will now come to you in ths same nnderpriced manner. Not a yard of the assortment will "h^ >old until 9 o'clock Saturday morning and none will be reserved for any one. AH will be given an even chance to secnte choice of the selection. Tbkpc silks, it bought and sold in the regcjlar way at regular prices, would cost you $1.25 per yajrd. Pick as you will—use your best judgment Saturday at 9 o'clock. A yn ^d; only. SEK^ WINDOW DISPLAY ess Goods Scctitnand Milliuery Department aie meeting with much favor, prcssions like these—-"the prettiest and mobt np-to-date line of Press Gootis we have seen" "there is something so new and chic al>ont Richardson's millinery. ^ Ex- sad RIGH 1/3 East Maaimon ManTd by E. Broderson lola. Ks. ACTitJAL SIZE A q «t.. D.i |4htt .i StnoM ••'U f' bats from Italy: Ihe Eight St. l^ins. nil alarm was felt. Elgbt days after, interests. A number of the t^efentUiits Hanley. Ihe Balloiis and the Kight the accident the boy found that hej named as owning: an-Interest are In- Carnellos. all from Europe. | could not open his laws. Hi» bodyldians or of Indian descent jand came On the long list of aeriolisis are ihe became so rigid that It was impossi-'into connection .with the lanUjtbrougb Clarkonians, the Jordaiis, .\lvarez, the, ble to unbend it. Then the injured, allotments made to them when tfiej Shaws, the Smiths, the Milietts. Ihe Waid.i. .Miss Halliot and the .lordan sTs ter.s. In addition lo a company of fif- 'tqe was amputated. 'Following the operation a 2r. per cf nt of sodium chloride was .injetrted ty clowns tun is'also furnisheil by the! ,li-ectly Ipto the spinal chord. Im- I'rosit Trio. Horioii and Linden and ti<ediately the hoy's vitalit.v began to the Livingstons, burlesque wire and! ebb. and he was in a state of collapse bar aciois. ai,d ihe Toreadors in a bull) for si.xteen hours. The injection left fight travesty. The .MariM 'l family and tim: extremely weak. For five days the .lacksoii faniiiy of bic\dials, lie he received injections of :;.iitii» units of ilarl" and .lohn .Miller, contortionisis.' aniirtetaniis serum. •inh a wonderful company of ;laps are) Salt solutions were also used, and also of great value as headiiner.s j cradually his mouth began to open. The sensation of the e.xcelleni pro- He was fed through a bottle. On the gram is the automobile double somer-i .si.xth !day after the .<:odium chloride sault (lerformed by Mile La Helle; injection he began to show marked Roche. It is Ihe most dangerous and signs of improvement. His recoverv 'laring iierforinanc- ever aehievei* A j was rapid from that day. new- parade and a new <i (ienii!g"spec-' 1 tacle a:.s».» add lo ihe eiiiovnient of the ' ' snX TO III IKT I.A.M) TITLE!?. CASE OF TETANUS CURED. :Llrrrpi lived In Wyandotte county. [ I ; 1 • The land involved is situated atons ! the banks of the Kansas and Missonrl i rivers back of the Fowler-ami'Arj- mour packing houses. It is i mOAl^ accrefiohs. the ownership , of whfeh has been in controi-ersy for years; ?Ahl na P. Wwids and others member W her faiui'.v were given'a judgment in the district court of Wyaudol|e county several .vears ago. vesting ; in tbem the tide to the laud. .V NEW PROFESSOR FOB If: U. FreiuA Jlr. Iji .Motte Fla.'ise: at Lawrence. Chloride of Sodium Solution Injected, Into Spine. ! Toi Ions .VIong Knw River ^.VMMXMI .Ire Involved. Worth Jeka. Kas.. Sept. —Suit was tiled in the federal court here yester- 'dayiby Warner r. Grider of Kentiickv New York. Seiit. case of te- against Annie B. Wood and thirtv sev- laniis. In the advanirt>d stages, has cithers, included in the number the just been cured at St. John's hospital west .Missouri I-ind companv, to estab BrooTilyn. U is believed that the ' a tenth iniere.sti in ftfiv acres of cure was effected through the use of jiand accretions; wtiriih apiiroxiniately sodium eldoride, as advi.sed by, thej $.-,oi ).n(io. adjoining the pio-'king houses specialists of the Rockefeller insti-iin Katisas City. Kas. tute. I l-^e-v^en of the defendants live in The patient was Allen Kollock. !.=>, Kansas, eiu-ht In Oklahoma and ten vears old. of Woodhaven. L. I. Three j,, Missouri. Grider asks iha( ihev he weeks ago, while at Patcogiie, hlnjciiod to appear in couri and e.«,tablish foot was run over and hl.i toe badlyjihejr varhnis rights in the laml. as mashed. Dirt got Into the wound, he is unaware what, rights ih ev. posit was cleansed but the foot swelled sess. In other words, il is a suh to lo almost twice Its normal size. clear the title and establlxb ih»' rights The BWellinR then was reduced and; in court of all the VIU I OUH conflcting ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^i^ SORES AND ULCeS Sores and Ulcers are indications impure blobd. They show that the circulation has become infected with '^t^rms and poj.son.t, which arc hein;; constantly discharged into the open| place to irritate the delicate nerves", ttssii&s and surrounding flesh and keep the sore in a state of inflammation am" disease. Whether these impurities Sn the blood are the result of some debilitating sickness, an old t^int from; a former dtsea^, or whether it is liere<Htar>' bad blood.'there is but on6 wky to cure sores and ulters, ami that is to' purify the blood. Wgshes, sa|Ive$, lotions, etc.. are often beneficial !iccaiise of their cleansing, antiseptit/Effects, but nothing applied to tht surface can reach the blood, where the; real cause is, and therefore cannot cure. S. S. S.istlieremedy for sores and ulcers of every kind. It gets down to the very bottotu of the trouble and removes ev^ry trace of inipiirit}'61 poison, and makes a lasting^ cure. S. Si S. changes the quality of the circulation, so that instead of feeding the; diseased' parts with impurities, it nourishes and heals the irritated, inflamed flesh and causes the ulcer to fill in with healthy tissue by suppjlying it with pure, rich blood. Book on Sores and IJlcers and any medical ad\-ice.desired sfent free to all who write. TEE S^^IFT SPECmq CO., ATLANTA, OA, K .J F. -SCOTT, Cashier. THOS. H. B0WLU8, Pre«id«nt ALLEN COUNTY STATE BANK Capital $30,000.0 <l| r "7~ 1 DI^BOrORS j A. W. Beck, L. 0. Beatty. A. ji Pulton. W. J. Evans. J. O. Rodger*, W. L. Bartle^ Thos. H. Bowlus. • weumiE OUR owm < DEPOSIT ttOXtS; OKAU ENT FROM! TIM* rTOtS^PER YEAR, Uiwreirce. • Kas.. Sept. "•.-^Professor 1 ^1 Jlott-e has arrived in Lawrence to, lake up the work as instnictor In French at the university. He will fill the position vacated by Mr; Elliott Bpardman. .Vfr. La .Motte isj a graduate of the I'niversity of VHsconsln. where he holds a degree of AL VJVtfpr to his coming to K. U. Mr. JLa lAtotte spent a year i«-Mexic«». wh^re hejl^e- came prof.rlent in Spanish.! He-w^U teach French and Spanish. Itt the university this winter. Mr. Boarjdman has excepted a fellowship at Harvard college for the coming year. I Senate Conirnrrent Besolnti^ N*; 1L1 A proposition to amend the conatl -4 1 tut!ion relative to the dliiqiMllflca,tIool j of Judges to hold certain oinee% I: 'rf Be It resolved by Legjislattin ot ih<) S^tato of Kansas, two-thtrds ofj mem hers elected to each bouM tbar«r I of concurring (herein: j -j\ Section I. Teh followliu; pfop Hon to amend the constttuU^n'o£>tli| stiite ot Kansaa la beirflbyi •ubauttM., to the qualifled electors ot't&*\at*i» I for (heir approval or irejMitton: section 13. artiole 3, be amanded, to read as follows: Sec. 1^. Thf lices . of' the supreme 'cou^t aodj judges of all courts ol record ot <tate sbalL at sjtated time8.|ri their services such compel may be provided by law, which lot be increased.during thislr •Ive terms of office. Suchjjn judges shall receive no tees quisites nor hold any ptfajerj —r, profit or trust under the autboritTVax the state, or the United IStateSiJMtk-! cept. the office of judge of jany tedirkl ^ coiirt. or justice or jadge of a ooorfc-pf i this state, during the term jot oAcclfbr which such injustices and ijudgMraball >; be elected, nor practice law iniaairiJDt the courts in the state during' fJuar continuance in office. ' ,>l [ ', Sec. 2. This proposition 8halV ,|>e* u submitted' to the electors of the ftjti» ' at the general; election of repieaenik- tives in the year lAOfS tor theln^^a^ proval orj rejection. The air hereby proposed shall be d ton the ofBcial ballot by the title: ' "The judicial ainendment constitution," and shall be voted or against.as provided by law qni such Utle. Passed the Senate January 29. Passed, the House. March 9, 19)1 Approved March 12; 1907. I nereby certify that the fore^olpff-^ is a true and correct copy of orf i^ijat <; senate, concurrent reaolniion Nc^' " now on file in my office. S ^JWtLrt 7.31-7 -14T21 -2 «M-H44i6 -2H-" r Try a, Resiater

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