Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on September 15, 1908 · Page 3
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>rHK ISSUE ASD PAHTY pECOWX Will the P«bpla Trusv Experime&t- alista and tnicoristaP .<rrom Sliei:?iiiin'» SptHch of Accept- Htice.) i The .ovwsbadowing U^ae of Uie cnm- iPnlgn rcflll}-[In: Shall ih<^ administration of rr «»si<1(nl J{tH>sev>'lt Jjo approved, shall ii i)arly oT ileijionstratcd oii'lMiciry In iadraiiiistrnttre 'affairs bo oonlinut 'd in; piwor. pb ill tl govrnimcut Ix- placod bauds, or dc the prop i tlicir desiinios to ui oxjwrlmeMtai niulionteijits atxl tlit -or- \xtn. wboso only <;!aini a party D;\nii; tht>y pllf| WItli a iiH -<ji -(l of •«itie li»Bislulion: |\vo faillifiil nduiiiiiitrntli ; fulQIIud pUVlKi'x as a Notes of LaHa i - : THE lOhk irniiT BEeMTBB, TPBgPAT BTB5IK promiM-B lor tii.> riiui|<', tU>' UnHibll ran pjirly MPIHM I S I O w Itli full r.'iitl.l<'ii"c I and pntiintlsiii, awallH till' Niivcriili«T II. I, DENIES THAT BRY/N "coinm D6 NO HARM." rein.s of in iixporlpnccd prefor to trust nggi;ogation vt to 0. lilstory !• •rc<i:' «ur ili'catli'!* of S4 oi'i« ypnrs of i((Tfrin>; its L ;u:u:i|nty of it* Tilt flTY COfX'lli WILL MEET WEI).\ESI».VY M<;ilT. TO CONSIDER MUCH BUSINESS TIIK LOCAL IMJMTKAL SITIATIOX HA.S l»E (;rS TO IUHL. Ibiilr wisdoni llu' iviu^^iiion of 4- Conprpdnninn llijiikii PrenldPnl Js IpUnlti •trful Than Cohjcio: .^'oll^:r<•^.•m.ln .lliiii<'> of I'liislMiiK, in l 'o\Vil:< of till.' I'll "•riu- .Aiiii'ii'iiii crintcr iul«i.iK'.' Ilryan «n llif <lo no Iia"in in 'ilii 1 ,-1.1. ].;•,.I lllHM nini't lai .*<rnatf. As 'H iwiiii i! lr ::ltil;;livc ll ••il:^Hlilc•llt^ nunt.' llip f>>n;ii'r powor to rn '.o iuid ru tor. ' ••^r^. T.-ift ar.d Mr. I dilfenMit ijp<s of ni St'KSt'S a Mroi:.: I IK I 'IV xvhii'li would fiTtiiinlj the. WUilt" Hotist'. S«y;« OHlcp of [fly More I'ow- N. i: I'.nik'-, Mu^!< on '•I'lu; a.'; .-It.vN : f i -.ui nialii' no Io . li'.-l ' .Mr. |i"n tjiat In- 'an ol an ailvcr.M- (•NOi'\il ivc and >\f till- pivoru' i|n;inilrly ;:roatfr n llian llio lat- tht'so liion years' tern) cansln;: n$ thouphtfnl : ,lo In. till! niuiili .\nii-i i<':t!is matter of (•]<•. ih-ii "As a dii^iurl'tT of j Idem i.« \v tlio-.i; .1 riv ThroUKl) llu- tro; lio wilij this yi-.ir i dollnrs. 111:; tlii> aro doin.:; iti :idnin:; to list of till- :xvor:,rs' :i • •'I D vio\v of 111.' f tho l!lf;< on jy.-1 1 >- ..f I the Stat.'s\'..:ilr. 'I..! ! dt ^T .'aso.i (r.iii t.- of S«'nnt<'i;j fr.itii -|.s r of lvopr.>s.tn!.r. iv.-s In 21}« to P.M.'aiui tu ihuii cr«tli' party wn.^; In Kiotind. «|jirfa-i 11 M qiieiloo of his i.-a.lili liotcrosi'nf 'Viis iiitss ' .1 moot:*. III.' Ani.i-il.an lllllo proK|' •> I'm of! a '•' ry .in .•iro wlioliy IL ' I'.iK-li pos ,!iial, <liMr :i .-t.T. ass.il its.'lf ill Nvii.il .•iili.T i >r .Ir.rin;: a four \)^^ii 'o lloiiso !s n .xiei.y am.111.: as till" liitT.' i.imys ilio I'r .'S 11 ill III'" wiiri.I. till. I.r liis .i>n Islmrs.- ;\ Mllion ^;r.al lliinu's till' uiiparall<-!»'d lli .'V.-UllMlI.S. .1 lliat diirin'i; ryaii l.-a.l.-i>liip Ms ;^arty liav.- til." liuiiil'.'r ",1. til.' inu5il'''r (••intr.'ss from till!.' 111.' ll.'lll.'- ..iitfol of iln^ i.iw. lis a .-oiis.' i |;,'s. a li.ipi'li'ssly IV'piilNili- .1. p.'.tpir t-HH S'" ii-'lrn <ll»i' p.illry If Mr. nrylin^lioiiilil ^i. .ci^l." LABOR WO^LD Chnrnitwrlicn Uini il FOR TAFT. lOftlic WorUliijrniUn. X l-'roin ^In' t OIL-OH I i T'lf li!il)()r SVoi'l.l .•. Ill lis l.ilvi«-.ii-j; of Mr tcrlifs fclm a" tro.- fn doidaroul lli.it (In- niif' Ooniprrji will liny.' lit nllotinlltii.' ;r("m liltii It snys: "Ij'lial S^-r.-t frlond of llifi.ir If- tin:nio. nii^.'iicri.ns. lliat t'rcsldt'iif <.'<inij«T may BnaVe'oiuli'isa nii from oonMiuiiup to I H' wase worker. Oiiianlkod lalmr csnnot j Afford to havo its. if ^pli: uj. into fao Till' J.oral .S|iii|«iits Lrfl Ypslfrdaj for Dii'lVniil Collrm^ MI I«T«| TI U'V ^Vill Attt-iid Sihoal. (Ml to Culloar. Till- l.a llaipi' Vdiiiij! pt-oplf who al- loiiil (ollti;i> oil \o.si( i '.(ia>'. lioKH l-'iii- III'.. l.i'vv Is Kill lord anil laonl lliiii- Naii V. Ill aittiid till- ^liiti' I'liivt'l 'Hity .11 l,avvieiu'i>, |''ii'd 'rcniji.i tho Siuio \t;i li 'iiliiiial filiKol at . .Midiliatiiui. .\l!..'il iiiiil lli 'i li.iii Iti'owii and Will t'li.iili's ami I lata, l .aiiiv. Hakcr iiiii- vi'i .il> ill llalihvliij, Kas. Itoldit't'N Nid Liii-uli 'd. 'I 'll.' w h> I 'i 'aliiiills 01 111)* loliliiTK rtliii I '.lili'U'il .si'Vi'ii dtlTi -ii'iil liM 'al -ii'i.';-. Vai'lv Siin.ila> niornliiK has mn liri n .iM 'i 'i lainoil'all liniipii tin' i)|lli 'i'ri> lia\<' li.'.'ii woiiiiim illlii -'<nll> ini thi I liirs .ifli'icl I' i-. iiri« liollryt 'd that ;li.; i.>lilii'r.~ air llii>.->r wlio liavi' Iict -n • loiiiu siiiiii.ir uoik III niaii> ol tlic ciir 1 oi .I.ilili:; HON 11:. (iMIliril llt'i'ts \>rdli<'sda>. •|'lu' ill'.' <'iiiiii.il wjil IIU'I'I in iruii- l.ir si->r -iiin IH -Xt \V('i|in 'sil .'i> rvcniir.; Th. TO, aic si'V.-ral jiiij.iiil.iiil in.llti 'ry ill i!. ' !i'i'iiird al tin' nn'r-iiii;; and it i> iiiipi 'ii thai I 'Vory iliomluT » M 1I l»e pir.-^ •Hi. e Ha !den' "s liavis begun to iaik about "debat- I IIK: cojitestft. One student stated yesterday that (after they got well settled ill 'School work debating contests wotjid be arnitigeil with high »<?hool8 liii ibe'surrounding towns. i I . ' I FK.VTEKMTY KIX«.S. , Woodnieii of the World. MMdern jWu^idmen of Ainerira and Odd Fellow Kmblom Kings on sale now. Ask to sw ih.eni. IThey aro beauties. ' /tVatrrs it Danforih. Dj-ugs and Jewelry. Iv >>arniiui: i |>. 'ill.' lof-al politiral siliialioii is sai< 111 !..• waniiiiii; up. Ow' DfiniH 'rat slai , 1 yi'--iiiilay ilia! In- iiitiiidcd iirRaiiizl i'!' .1 Uryaii cluli \\lii !i' on ilir ntlii-i Hand rail nirii are inakiii;; a dfi-iilcd l•:lnv .l^.^ fur vi.ics. OSTKOI'ATIIV DK. W.ll. VLHKHOIT. K .':;i.sliTiMl Osl.'iMialhif I'iiv.-Irian Sia:.' Hank I?ld«. fhoiu' HV Only Oslrnpa 'h in I-i li.npo. Tops llu- (•'aiiir, r .ii.> is iai.ii!i> li.i.illiinu Ihr favm- • L.iiiii lor ilii' yoiinurr SI I K'-O I hoys. t )ii ilii pla;. t;iiiiiii(ls and striris .iliki ;!,. .-iii .i I iiovs ran I"' louml ; piking; l.,|,s Itiilh lorl liail and ha .sr hall is 1 .niiii:.; in for a iiarl v»ith thi» lar^- . ,' 'iiiv-^. Sii.i'i' it is lii'twrrn srji-on itii • Ul,' !' I- . air playfd. Wlir.i il urls li.li.v r.l Ilial li.isi' l.all »s i>l II T.llp I'rifnd II I .Monitor! !ii,.s "'.I! slfoliiJiy I .HI 11 vliarar- n.l .if 1.(1". r an.I r rlll.l.'K.-' .if Ml' .• ..r II.. oiT .'.'t In li.' I .iliir world ry i 'afl is a true alii. and all tlif vi.'i.ms atla.'ks |s or any onr f!s..> u.'t pi'.'viMit liiin •Itlii' fririid of tlic I. lino! Won. , iliir p'.aM-d iasi S:il. j : Il 1 lilpli M 'hiiol liaii 'l S I III- i ...-al Wii .ullii^'H lit III.I >.. I ill'Irani l.v III.' ('|o -i> •ivii>f ol ,'. ii| ill liM iiiiiilifjs. Til.' ^aliir w.i' f,i>''i ll'.li: till' St.lit Vir i 'utliluu t oiilolo.' \'ii'.iil> ilir local kl'^li M I ;IH .! sta- IVr-oualx. I. and .Mrs. .1. R. Smith loft yc-sloi- day fur a Srvrral days vihil with rel- ativrs and friends 111 Ituili'r and No- \ada. .Mil. .Mrs ('ij'iinide lllic and .lames Al- k'liwood. 1)1 Hflpro. Ohio, are visiting III ilio .1 K. Iioiy liiuiii'. .Mrs. K. Heaidslifx. of Toionlo. Kas . N vlhliliig frioiidti I UMO this week. I), f'liillip.i who has born ill fur the p -isl .<r\ri'al da .VK 4s r«>p<>i 'li 'd llilirli br'iri iiidav. Mr wa^ ablo mlii' at lllr r >tli |l> a shill'l tilnd VChtlM'dllv . t- I, Wilson and .1. it. \V'l|.siiii iif Si .li.srpli. .Mil.. ar ,r In-rr on InisilirsN. .( < Tlioiiia.^ irtiiiliiMl to Ills linnii- ill Viti- fiMiirr >i'sliM'da>. Il<' was hrir M .-ii 'ida> on a shiivt liiisini'.-,s visit • . .Mi> l .oii Kriiiirdy. of ('haiinti'. is vifliii-: irt ;iiivrs ll -TO tml .iy Slir Is r|i !i.i :ir m hi-r iniliir frmil Mio|i..iin, ullijlr .•.hi lia- brrll visilillK ti r lllr filial si'vrial ila.v?- .Mrs .1 J. l'ri >>uiii I'aiiir in M -.-^iri- .lav .'(I N't III mil fniiii riiioiiiiiwn. Kas . xvliiT.. .-Ill- has : II visiini: ri.'laUv<'.< li'i I hi' pa.il lai, ila>.'-. • i; •; l '"iiv was ill (o'liiva >oslr(da> .'11 l.iisiiirss fi . • > I- ~ PRIME WESTEKX WILL START ANOTHER BLOCK AT M )J 1. SMELTER TO RUN FULL BLAST F1HEME> DID M»T MEET LAST MCJIIT AS SniEDlLElK Tbr ril) Counril Will ('vB>id<*r Many i Matters of lui |Htrtanrr at Tlieir Mreting Tonlgbt—I'cmoiuils. OK I.Ui AL IMKHKSI. .'soiHo IV«|ti(> Wo knon; and Wo Will rrolil U\ llinrinir Alioul Tliem. liiai is a (nir«'l> [oral cvoiil. Jf took jilarr in' lula. .vol In Miitfalii or Nfw Voik You air';(>|(cil III liivrsllualr if .\siirii li }i lidirvi' ;i I'ilizrilword: To roiitirill a rilizrn'.-. slal <<!lirlil \ny arlirlr thai is riidorsrd at Iioiiio Is inoir wiiiili> of «'<iii(ldrnoo Than oin' >oii kiu>« iiolliin^ aluiil. i-'iidorsnl Io iiiiitiiou'ti priipli-.. M Sa>li'r. of .'III S rhr^tiiui -Si . tola. Ka.. . sa >s. 'I'Vom llir rvidriin' I liavr rioaii's Kidliri I'ill.s :(i'o Irlll- ril> of ;;ri':!t inrrit .My r \pt 'i ii -itrr with ilirni datrs bark al >o»ii twii xrars \i that liiiir. as lyril as mi onr «>rca- >ii 11 .-^iiirr. Ihr valllr of ihi.- I rllirdy I'.'i- ii'lir -xin;; dtttiriillics arisiiix froin driaimrliiriit of Ihr kidiirjs' was piiiiiipl and positivrly provrii lo nir I inrriiiril Dr.'inV Kidlir> I'ills .'H I'lias. r. Siirii -rr a t'o.'s dill:: stoi.- atld •.;lail > i;ivr lliriii liiv rndoi>rnir :il." Ill sail- liv all dral .Ts. I'rirr .".u r.-ni^ I'o-lrl MJHilllll fo.. IJlllT.lli.. ^llrk, M ..' arriit^ t.ir thr I'liiti'd N .'W Sl .i'. • Itrll.rlillii r t l.r I n.l ollli'l -li.i.Ui';- ••ml Drill at Council Grove, •r Cai'ilnrr an.l .1 .1 Saas havr n' I 'll n.'. I lioiii Connrll f.iovr wlirrr Ih.y liaM 1 11 dillllim a vx-ll for Kasilinin ^ .I .K U M.II. .1 K A.lanis and l.ukr rmiUllii vvi 'iii lip today to lakr thy r ,,!ar- on tlir noxl wrll. -Iluinl'oldt Uriah' 0|M*ne<l Kesfuumut. Harry Thomas yeotorday o|K'ifed u short order restaurant Iho Hnu door wiiiib of Uiissell's groeory storo on Soiiiii .Main vtrecl. He H UM Hpiipped the i;uiini nicely and now has u credit- ablo looking plare. <(nortim Wa» >ot TrrM'uL Tlioro WHS lint it i|iioriiin pi'osrni at I ho tnooling of the nienilieri: of ihr loral lire drpnrtii^riii whlnli was oa'l- od r<ir the lust evcttiuK- .V >p<>clal iiirriiiiK will bo hold sonir lluie in tlio | iirar future. liusiueti N Heller. .\ local nierrbuni staled .vcsirrdax atiriniMiti that liiisiiirs... was better lirrr iiciw than It bad brrti fur the lutst. M'\.ial iiiiintlis He says ihsil for Ihei past several weeks it has igiaduail> riiiproyed. It is brlirved ••> iliiany llial il will mil be liinu briore Cas City will lir its noriiia! self a;;aiii. II X. B.(HOBTILLS, Preslddnt. A. Iff. BECK^ Vice-President i DIreetonx i L. K. Horville, A. IW. Beck. J. A. Roblnsop. I Geo. E. Nlcholaoii. H. I* Henderson, '; Frank Riddle. J. H. Campbell. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Safety Deposit Boxes forimt J. H. CAMPBELL, c . M Okflbiofi L. c. BOBDfsdir; Asi't CaahlwRf StecklMliletk L. R Horvile. •• A. W. Beck, Frank Riddle. ! H. L. Henderson, J. A. Robinson, r L. 1.. Poasler.l Geo. E. Nicholson. L. C. Robinson, L. A. Robinson, \ •. H. T.,ETan (8. , John T.Watklni. Frank Woold. J. H.|'Cunpbeh. 1* -^1 1 1 .1 SI To Run Full lllasl. It was aiiiioiiiiccd yociierdaji that ibii IMiiiir \V».stern Sptdter <-(Uupauy would start another block of their .siiirlter number mie tomorrow. If the block is started the plant will be run- iiii>g at full blast. . • Fiom (aiiada. I. II Tayliir and fatiiilx arc iiMla> iiiovtim here fnuii t'unaila. Tlie> will Itvr on .\oitb Wa;i slie«M Mr Ta>- lor will work at the local smrPer. .Meets ToniKht. Till- riiy ciiiincii is scheduled lo meet In rrgnlar session this evpiiing. Theie are .several matler%> of huport- alicr to he ronBidered. tioiis «'ii tliis pi .iiti .'a; Ident Gomj'-rs is wr.>'|i: in i.ir.'itis thl-J in:>3t oraim-us fii'lit is telllifi-nt wai:.' worUrk-s \>iU rrrtaiuly cotae^jto tills <"'ou.:'lusi( Campaign •. -"We wrlronir Sir. vanced ;n-o.nn.L" said of his uuaicj-ous iati Denver convention. red rto is Mr. Taffs •|t.itrnii?i(t that no is wotild ' liL> re- j.sap. That Pres- rrrtain. and in- iFunds. Taft to.-this -id[Mr. r.ryaii in one rvifws since the ;"lir croiHid refer- For Dry Goods, Sho( s, Furnisning Goods, Ladies' and Childr n*s Coats, Hosiery. Notions and Gll-oceries, call on S- A fall liae ontl prices right. LaHarpe, Kaosas Farmers' Exhibit COME October 8 and 9 THEY HAD THE MONEY. •Shut Off List This Montli is Not| Large. Mr. Taft luid come i tlon lifter the rK 'Uvtjr conventiou. tliat tlie l>rino.'ratlc not:.h.iiiest. Mr- Tafi oltlzrfa. Such contrll ful. in.ide so by a la^" puf^^'ed by a I^e- publinin coii?re.:s at canifuipn ..•ontribiitio is wotiid liu re- j :ui:ioiinc"d at thr rity liall ceired from cor]«irali6ns. .Mr. r.ryau i nsorniii'.; that aiioiit loo of the Intends*! to .•vnivey the impulsion that ji..,, s.\\w w.-iv nrisinaUy on the "shut ) that drtoniiinn- In oft list of drIinqiK nt gas payers i.tid paid up. Karh moiilh ihr insprctor i:^ thr instance of n Itepnbliran jidininl.'^^ration of whitli Jui pe Taft ttas a p:l fori the Denver coniventlon. esi.,>!r. Bryan. If yob can! Brynn'a Prtcincjt Repulillcan. At the rrrrnt primiry eU<etIon In Nebraska L.nnr;i»ti-r *r«clnrT No. 4. In vbtcb l» located F'nJrvlew. the Totlng preolnrf of AV. JJ. llrjaa. <»»t thirtr-flre Reiiutllcan mtes and twenlj '^ix Democratic. Tlie !»Ani»> ^ireclnct la »t fall cast forty three Hepubllcan rotts* and thirtj -flve Deiiiocrifle. a Dexnocratlc low |of ^H!:htIy,^nor^ llian 1 per cefat When Mr Eryau livbd la town be rej- Jsttred In I 'recinct A of the Fifth Ward, a ptdling ida.i- '.vhK 'lj usually could be d^T^eiided ui»oii to v ne about the pro- ••peerlr*.* one" Is iii.-tiiii'iril to .shut off those who have is a law abidin; not paid up. However, this niont" utioas .nre unla.\v-] " w"iit arouml to shut off in w;i-- ni'i witii thi coin of il r realm Or.l\ V ly ,frw of thr ilrjiiuiurnt ari' pri --oi5s who .lii;;Iit br cuinmoul ealii'd "di-ad l>i ats" bin are peopli: who iirglrct lo call at the city hall and pay tin- bill. Consequently when' il is aniioiinc.'il that their gas Is to br sliiii off ihry srttlii the itidrbtedt^ess ai once. n 8ii month."! be He hon i'fr>nnals. .Mr. antl Mrs. T. .1. An'drr.siin will l"nvr today f«>r liiitchin!:on. Kas.. for .i frw days visit with frirmls. .Miss IMxie Wade left this morning I 'lr Coloiiv. Kas . for a few days visit ttilh lirr sister. .\|rs Ciiv Huberts. .Mr. and .Mrs. I, V. U-wls of Kre- doiiia. are the giirsts of relatives. Marry (Miir. of Chuniile. visitrd III ir Siiiiday. I Mrs. H S I 'l I ry rriiirord >i 'slriila? ,o ('liiiiiiile. Kas.. after a few ilay.s vis- •• hrrr with fririids and rrtativrs. f .\ .Meekrr who has been ipiite ill lor Ihr |iast heveral days, is reported iiii'"h britrr tiMlay. ' I''. II. .Iidinsoii was In Itrousiut yes- irida.> on business. "•s !•• k Hi -Mtiir is Kpriidiliu this J *cek lu lililorudo Springs. I. 1' roller, ol Kansas flly. was heir vfsltrday on liiisiliess. SHUBERT^Err^BINOHAM. ••Feroza." a New Society Drama, to Be the Star's Vehicle. Now York. S«'P'. ir..--News thai .Viiii 'lia Itiiighain has signed a ron- tract wirli III-1 SliiiliiTls na* received with iiiirrrst along Hroadway today. She will br a Mar in the Shtlbert limi- amenf for thr ojir \ear at least. Tie eoiitraci. which was signed Saturday, sprciiics that ihr aetre.ss'wUI have a b-adiiig feminiii'* role in a Inow soci- I 'ly drama by .1. Hartley .Manners, eu- titl-il •Krroza.". She will oiien her .season on Noveuiljer 7. Tiir play, it is said, will give iin usual opportunity to .Miss ^ingbain The situations developed in the four jets of the play crnter about a young woman who announces herself a I'ief to save the honor of her fiance, igatnst whom a plot ha.« been laid, riie first act is laid in Australia and (he others in E^igland. I iirc' is\i> < iitn LVTio>. riles -Kslernal TriMlfuenl ^\on*l. Inn' Them. 11'. rill I'atiou of li.oivl ill tbe[low- lii'M'! util riirr iiiiy ra;-r of bib'S. I'l'. • iiiav I K- due lo roiii^tipalioU or •. IV of ;i lio/rn other caiis(»^. Or. l.eon hiiili - Hnii-Koid. the <iii!\ Mtiieriial. ;al •• II iiirrly ftir piles, opens a fr"e •irc'i'a.irin in the I HIWC I . apd cures the| c'jnse. Twrnty-f.iitr days' treatment is sold| Beiluhllcan* to one, lor SI a:" (has. H.'spencer& Co.'s andponst. who sentenced portion of three Deiriix-rat. At fjo t FalrVlew be remarkijd joculurly that he wasjg<4n« to a conlmunlty nolitical division wis more be bbped in time so tb refoto^ Laboster Ko. 4 as to make, it .•riyjof thlnkini me he rwuored toji^ tJ.inteed fully. Dr. l^onhatdr C04 i^-iiMii l>j Buffalo N. ^. bookkt. , where; the eren. and Toer around .to' Ua L. V. Orton Is Here.- U V. Orton. "Detnoirratlfe candidate for county atorney. was »p from Hum boldf-todayi 6h bu~»n^. BOLLINGER IN CHANUTE. Tribune Interviews Popular County Sheriiff. Allen Til" Chiirntr Tribune says: C. O. Bolliii-'er. the popular and ac- con'o'.latitli sheriff of .Mien county, was in ("laiiute this afternoon on his wa> to Coffryviile to serve subpoenas i:i ih" casr of the State of Kan.<:as against .Marliia Williams. The defendant is a colored woman and is charged with thr murder of "Uiid" Scipio. a notorious' negro character at lola several, months aso. Scipio formerly livid a^ roffeyville: Mr. iflollinger Is the Republican cnudi lato for ele,~tion. anil has many frienils ill Chaniite. From the present outliKtk. It tf^iks tiiat Mr. Bollln- c-r will lie rlectiid by'ji large majority. ' : Ho is Kept ipiito biisy:;wlth the niany i-riiiiinal cases which-fforin a pood pan of tho .\lleni eonnfy ilocket. Sat- urrtay iiicht the iMisKoiiri Pacific depot at Moran was bn^on Into, six stores al !l.jiHart>e and one at Gas City tterr also broken Infti. The nib- bers srrnr»tl but.very ililtlr of valor. Tbr .'o is no clue.- Mr. Bollinger says j. thai I/^onard Stevens, who was arreted in a local hoardine bouse over a |year ago. and I hen taken- to Tola ana arraigned in the district court befo^ .Iudi;e Oscar the defendant to an indeterminate t^rra in the re- Write fot^foru<atnr>- at Hutcbinfii^n. after pleading guilty to the chat'ge of concubinage, is back* at tbat ustitutiou. He escaped shortly after being taken tberei to serve bis Re tteitcc. Sbe/lff BoUIiiger say-. him.^U ere , reoenUy, wben b6 took aaolbae. ftiaoitet; Htm. tllK MHirfTY POWER OF MI-O-NA. : .Mi-o-na. that extraordinary and per- frrt sloiiiajcli tonic, will relieve dyspep tia in iweusy-tour hour .s. ^ lt ,wi .l cure, anil is giiauiineed by Clias. II. Spencer & <'*>. Ki'lhe readers It lota to cure the in6sc .pitiful cases of dyspepsia, if taken according to directions. .Mi-o-na lal.leis not only cure dyspepsia, but all stomach di^ iirbances such as vomiting <if pregnai cy. sea or car sickness, and the stomach sickness after r.\ce»:ivr indulgence. .Mi-o-na .cures by strengthening and invigorating the flabby stomach walls, and alter a course of .Mi -fHua treatment, consitpatlon. if there is an.v. wlK entirely disappear. Read this from the president of a New York corporal if m: "I have lieen a terrible sufferer from dysprpsia and gastritis for two years. The most eminent physicians prcscrlb e«l for nir with no effect. " 1 have lieen ab.'»fdiitel> cured by your Ml-o-na t 'jblcts. The llrst one gav<< me a re- li<^f almost incredible."—Herbert H. Tayior. .'.'U West 14::. Street. New York City .Mi-o-na is a most econoniicnl ireat- mriit--a large I KIX of tablets only c(i».|s .'.II cents at Chas. it. Jijiencer & Co s and the dyspeiiilc. nervous or otherwise, who does not give them a trial, fs, losing an opportunity to regain health. i Globe Has New Tailor. Mr. Dodge, of Kansas C|ty, has accepted a position as ullbr: for the Globe Clothing and Shoe jstore. Uo succeeds Herman "Dutch** i Van Hall, who is in Pitiuburg. Kas. JMr. Dodge haa moved talR nraily bote ! and pects to make tbU lUa jpennanent Placc that order for your Job Printing now? Neat, up-to-date printing ojf any nature is always a moving advertisement for your business. The Register Job Department is well prepared to attend to your wants. We Print Everyrhmg, from the Cheapest ithai^s good to the Best, that's Made. Business Stationery, Society Stationery. Sale Bills, Catalogues, Law Briefs, Pamphlets, Aa- nouncements, Window Cards, and we make a specialty of Blank Books of every kind. Phone 18 4a -'51 DIST. >0. »S. I SO.MK BA.SK BALh liOS.Sil',. .\|r. anil .Mrs. F. X. Moore receiv- S|irinelirld Had on Their Batting Tiers cd the; news of a. granddaughter at Yesterday. .Miilberr.v, Kas. Born. September fi'h Si.riii;;l.''id had on thrir batting tug.s. to Mr. ^ud Mrs. L. W'.i .More, |-.e.<terday and easi'y won from .lopljn. j and snndfies. Mr. Cecil Roberts luis a new buggy., Kllis gut I hU in five limes up. Grady jj t^e m<»t complete and lollK- Quit/' a number from here attend- 2 in foui. Kunkle o iu one. Gray 2 in: j estaiiliiheH in Tola Tr«tL«a I I the fiiir at Moran last week. . i.hr.e. Kiioff :! in four, and ISrmnan estaDlt^hed. m ipia. ^ ^^^^ f.l ^ Pitcher Brennan I *hcn your bike needs fixin*. Bl--^ We carry a complete stock of Brcycle Sup^jic^ Ottr bicycle horn­ ed .Mr. Ctharles Thompson at Nebraska at present. Oden^ ber 14. teacher. R D is visiting in four times up. school commenced Septem- hits, with Miss Evi I^ang. of lola,; was in good form, ailowing but .seven j Cycles too, cheip. Mr. Hottenstein Returned. l^ke and faniilv visited at F. ^ .\rchie Hottenstein who was a guest .\. .Morfe's Sunday. =of Bert Fitz:rerald here for .several; .Miss N'ellie Hnss is a-ssisting Mrs. days, went to Humboldt today to- Charles Huss cook for carpenters, -spend a week with his parents. Several are planning to attend ti:e i show at Wm. Friday. .Mrs ;Pto|)ular Prices P|^e215 for Reseriyed Seat* Channte Friday. ' Huinlwldt Bankers Here. Roberts called on FA. Elliott j W. A. Hyerly and .1. B. Flint. Hiini- ; boldt bankers, and B. S. Smith, came kerr returned from a visit in up today on busines.s at the coiiri Oklahoma last week. house. MAJESTIC 1 HEATTRE TO-NIOHT THE OLYMPIA OPERA CO. Presents the Innntest of all comic operas o o o o o b O 0 O O O O O O O O-O 0 e io H. r. WEAB, » 1 O Wkhita, Kansas. O O .WESTERS LANDS A RAKCU£8 O O l-Vir Sale or Trade. O O $3.00 aii Acre Up. O o ' o- ooooooopoopoooo oe Peaenl Contnctra. ' Flagstone and Ceiaent [Sidewalks ant Curbing a Speelatty,:

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