Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on September 28, 1908 · Page 8
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The National prestige ^ of .Uneeda Biscuit is baked in. The moment you'take a biscuit from the package; as soon as you taste it, the reason becomes apparent why- so many hundred million of packages of Uneeda Biscuit have been bought by the American people. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY CORBIN CAR LEADS WAS virnni i> THK WSU C UASE i Viiu THE nv. • THE RAMBLER WAS SECOND KtimiN liAit ri:Kii:r> sroui:- i{A>liu.i:i! !>!ll I'OIMS. IHsptJto \s l<i (lio < i)rl >iir>. Siiirc W«>«ni<l Iji >Vitli FislinilT liKlK oil the I'iOtMi. U )o iiKisi 11111 (1 ill llii -ir wliccf.x ;i jiii.irds bct'iiu'd IK i-iiiliiiso, llii> Inrs 111 :i (-<iii.-ii(lor:ililo .oxtoii liifp. .-IS thfic were plciiiy <if liloiily of iiiiid III! on iTia- •riK -io- jis jiiid I ihi'ir siariin;; iHiiiii. Afiir ihai. liowcvcr, pond liiiip \va.f| nindf, and llu- <"ir. allluni-^li alioui aij hour !aU' in arrMiii;r. clifi-k »Ml iu in clii'i-riiii; wj<8 ron-^ yood Hhapo. t^ovcral oiln-r rais liaii liiiiii-d until tlir arrival of ilic la'a-l car.*; sliulil ini.-Iiaiis. Imi none of ilipin coiii- Of llii- lliirl.v c-.ii.s wliicli Mai|!i-d in j pan-d willi ilu- dnunnslit hard luck Tliis I ciirLiirilficd !•> No. T. Ihc run lull i\vt'iit \-oMi- liiiishcd. Iiowtviv, !s ri .ii-!(!' II il a woiii rii on! am! :•< y.-, to sln.w ihi- ailiiJinildi mialii> ii! '.-lavini; pinvi-r.-.' pos !>> III!' I (Sin'1 ivi- iliiM ^s and |a:.M'ni;ii> Ail wlui l.icU II iJ .Mflll if.i .M 'd llicir ! ri|i nii.<«.-i| ii. Kas . WKiilit iini hav il .i .v's nili, Uim Ii !i;i.; w;is. ;'r.ir\iil ill \\:\'-> (VrUH-k ! iii'ii lii^-:. Tile :-( hidiiiM- al-' li l>.v No. •M. 3:<. IG. 37. 10. 3. 27. 21. 20. 15. 17. li:. 7, 14.' (Iiiirial Kcronl of Aiilo Hiiii. Najiie. Owiii'r Score ("orhin. F-"lpti:licr Cowlyrd, .Ir l<iint Kanililer. 7; .). Anderson Knox'. Frank L. Woodward. lis:' Cadiliaq R. ('. Gicciilo.itc . OSd Franklin. L. A. Rdh^rtson.. ^7.' Stevens-Duryea. K.P..Morinty :iiT Overland. Mrs H. G. Kirklaiid H'M' Peeilet-s. Rijdiey .•Mnugfr .. '.C.' Maxwell.'\V. S. Hathaway,. 'X;.: Chalmerp-nptroii .1. l:. I'oilc-r :c'I Chalnier.c-Dctroit. K. I*. Mcriaty Parkard. K. P. .Moriariy Sludel.aker. \V. L; Walls Maxwell. W.. S. Halhaway.. Maxwell. K. H. .lones Pope-Hartfoid. Carl Miivlil- bach 1: •. Ml MaxAvell. C. .1. Siin6ns 17:t nfi> tiiiic, I'-l'.'.-d T i'l uii.y. •vciy s;tf, >.<;s S12 raid llii.> •I'll,' a..: !:•:. i;i(i( .-^ >. -1. i .L .v ] lour I 1-1 i ':i .-y iiiiiniiis; liinivall linic IVmla w.is I .-ai Iicil^ al .ill ol ilio < iitii' .-tin;: cars wi'vc In . i;u!il in'i. I,•,'lv^l^ r .-iri ^a. Ilii- ifniaiiiiii^ iiiiios V. ( ic clijiiicil off in UOIHIJ and linaily wli>!i the end wa.s ii>, till- <•:>,•.< Will lm;;;;ins cnii oil) sitr.;!c lilc ri>.":iii 's rinr .i'.H:; a'tnii oiiiipaiii.s t!ix.(| l.iit liaifpy. and: JhiiiV. ill icadiiii'.-:.-; lo ijlirck in.' .Min-ll>a<l!'s Hard l.urk. 1 *1'•liiiliiy tlir h;ird<'.-! Iiifk t'l rcicd In" any of tlir <MII;O.;I;,„IS ^jjatur- day li'lf 'l Car! .Miii'lliavli and hi. 11 .11 tfoid, 'riij.- car. with it.- cri-U r «'ady fur di -painirc froni Iol;i till' .-iL-nal was I'lVfii Imi had JHO id Imr a few fret wlurii one of th lip. Thi.'J arcidcn' hl^viim aiiothfr .'tan was iiiado wlif'li .!iiolhcr liif hU'.v. .Sri .T tlii ^ [h" two iithiM- tir'<. wliifli had i^cru duty during most of tin- nip. cDllapsc^ al- nio.'^t si!iiiillaiic .)!;.-iy, with the ip.siili lliat 11 ::;ii o <ii)fk fotuid tin- T'oiiujiUart • Fiii:>li W Hli yixi Fiithl. .MN 'r till- r.irs had n-arhi-d the. I 'a- jM 'o a!i iiHid'i^tiiok plac(> wliiih al- ihiin;.;li <l sliiu' dniation. r.iuscd nni- sidfialii- i-M -i 'ruit III. Diiriiii; tlio Iriii >i-.-trtiIa> till- iiirnrtni'ss of tlii" Corl .iti 1.1 V piTfcct smrc was iinilcr dis- <-iiss ;i 'a III a s -tnn'whal .licali-d niantp 'r If. iiwiirrs of oilii -r i-nrs whi .di had No. -.'l'—.Moon. r. \l. Mfrrill. -No. t'halnicr.s-IH'iriiit. .1. It, I'or- u:r. No. L'T-.Maxwell W. S. Hathaway. .No. ;:ii—llni.^h. n. n. Muss. No ::i — Uaiiildcr. K. .1. .\i}d <M ><m. .\o. ::.">—Ford. (*. M. Xurris. No :tT—Franklin. IT. .\. Iloliprlson. .No. i':t—Knox. F. L. Woodward. .No. L '.v— Ilnirk. II. F. Worth. No. 7---l'o|'t*-Harlfurd. Carl Miirh!- hach. ! rrowd is Rathcrrd along the line Jo jiittify the oiwration of Ihe train. The ofcasion is the prcscnro of William H. Taft in Tojieka. and ii will be made one of Ihe biggest poiiliral e\'pnts ever held in the slate. If the I*aciflc runs the train ii will be started at I aola. and will return (.'OI.I>KX VAI.I.EV. .Mr. .McNnliy was kicked by a horse .'^iindav . .Mr.".. Kiistrom ;;ot her .•«hoiil • jbiiii ptnali/i-d a iioii .i or two. and i.i j.,,, ,„„ „f ,,,.,^p j„^j, Mo„„^cks ['"•"!' I. -aid lo bavi its niiiiiination in a Its- U'lo'j oaroiijiior during tlic Pasfo inspcr- tio:i. \V!iii the pariii ijiair.s wr -rc roiild not 1..' Ii >arnril.- a.s ihi- rare ollirials cMMStd cvrry i -fforl to siipiirnSii their ii!i'!iii ;y atid wri' iii'i'i- snrcessfnl. It remain.-, liowivir, tliai during' ihc; Ini'f ciiilr.-i' fif tlic iiflfc thi-rt" wa .-i I f.ii>,j .|'MMblc cxritrnipni for all. Ii is yoiitiKest son. John. .Ir.. got his wrist broken. Mrs. f.rorce Seymour was in the Mali a few days. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank M.vers and dan^btrr visited in La Marpe Wedne.s- day. .Mr. .Meiinrs is havinc; a good .school at the irall and the Valley is bavins a after the close program at Toi Toprka for ihe of the day and night iieka. A good many WILL GO AFTER IT A. H .T. A. WIIJ.L TRY FOR THE NEXT STATE MEETINa Want .Support of the Boosters^Eleet people have alr-ady planned to go to j 'aft meeting, and it is probable that tl^e special train fae.i- jtles will encourage many more to go. Oeleiates Next Saturday Uight. i WAS A $11,000 FIRE ! I i BUSINESS BLOCKS IN LAHARPE FIRE-SWEPT YESTERDAY. Fletcher Cowherd's Corliiii rai- was Saturday nif^ht awardi'd a perfort score by the execnlivr roinmiiti'i- in charge of the endiiran<-c tr.it. ni-.-iiiisr o rallc.q^.tiDiis wiruh are said to have been made by other i";irlirip.anls reflecting on the penuinriirss "of the score. H ,>^evere test wtis r-ivrii thf car at the Hotel Iner. Saturday ni;;lit. but it was found to be ini I'crfrrt (•(•JKII- lion. .\inid rhcers i.s.suinK from limidirds of throats. (|in of aiiio horns and <-lang lug of trolbiy bells, the atiloinoliilr en- diiraiu -e mil for r .Mis rame lo an end at I5lev«;nlh street and Griind avniiio. at 4:'.W o'clock Saturday afirinoon. The Corbiir rar. driven by l ''iiilrhei Cowherd, .Ir. was Ihe only rontrsiiuil with u pei'leri score, jind was plared first In I hi-: list of contrstaiiis. With the crowd the fact Ihiit otir of the cars WHS the wfnncr of thelirsi CopteBt of the kind; ever held from here seemed to make little dirfercnce. wblch she poliicd .When Mrs. Kirkland.in her Oveiiand. wbich she piloted wer the entire course, turned into < Grand avenue, there went uj» n chifer which lilsted until, that plucky little woman ihad passed from sight on her way toi' the Paseo, irl :^re the autos taking part io the run jw^re inspected. Then,(too, the cars which carried o;in- j 1. tirrs, liirw bi-en rrpani'il ford ueriipai'it.s but two iiiili •! town Thursday. .Mrs. Sadie Edwards and Mr.-. .1 No. 10—Ovcr'and. .Mrs. Kirkland. .No. IL'—.Maxwell, K. II. .lones, .Nil. i::—f'orbin. Flrtrhed Cowhord. No. I I—Maxwell. ('. .1. Simons. .No. I.'.— Pa.kard. K. I'.. .Moriariy. No. 1<;—Cadillac^ U. ('. ('IrcellIea^e.j .No. 17—.Maxwelj; W. S. Hathaway. .No. -.'•I— Chaiiners-Dclroit. F. P. .Moj Good Work of Firemen Saved Entire Business SectIon.-M)rigin of -—^ Fire Unknown. A nre which did damage to the ex-_ good .'^rhool. In fact thrv seldom M....-d Ihe .pir .-iriM will be taken "1':,,^,^.^ anything but a good school at the valley. They have a board that niakey ih-'ni be flood. / lent of about $11,000 broke out In .Mr. and Mrd. Tip Williams went du LaHarpe almut 5 o 'clock Sunday mom j ing. $3,500 damage was suffered by j the Blaker Lumber ccmpany, 55,000 • Ibc iN'-c 'ilive coiiiniitler. Til arrival of Ui<: various cars at I'oi'r ilir !ii!ish was ill tli" foriowiiic order: . waM|>;,i. :.' -Sleveiis-liiirvr.i. .1. F. .Moriartv. I .No. :;—IVrrlr.-s. Iliidify ;,!nnj;er. No. ;.—Stud, baker. U. L. Walls. \j„rnor were entertaining their sistdr. j i,y H. M. Clipe-s grocerj- stock and '.Mrs. Frank Cramer, from Oklahoiija. , $|,000 by 1* H. Daggett, owner of the .Mr. .Means has sold his farm Wood and Bowliis. His farm has IVood and Bowliis. His larm lias lU?- c^ry store ,-iloi>ed both oil and gas. We ha\ covrred by o see .Mr. .Means move yet we" feel "^The fire roni ] riai:.'. Just ft Word FM reirar.l Iu llie Kea jijrr'.s .Iol» FJeparOiieni. We ha»e • omitU'lel) ei|uip|ii>d Job IlhiurliiicuU und are prepared lo lurii ool the lieot urade of nork i Ireni Ihe rheape.-t Hinifs got Nolhinu- i«< >o exselfitlal till .'tl UN Ill-Ill. iitlrHrthK lip n «horl iiolire. Ue print everjthing d lo the lie>t Hint is made. 0 lite iiinUerii liii>lni>.>s innn 'K eijulp- fc Io.|lu•.|«^nllle fluiionrr;—and Ihat N • him. It servis a> a walkintr ad- II lelV people know iliat he h In exlMenve uiid nliat e-xeu>.c( he ha.s for II. And vi- are alwayn nllliuK lo help or su'^i-st In the preparing of snrhjwork us will III n boon lo voiir llu^nrMs |, i Uur list of llie prilling jliereKsIlinfi lhal ni5 tnrnjonl inrludes Oftice Slallonerj, Soel rlj Siullonerj-. Anooneetneitls, IVindow Cards. ItuKlnifis CardK^SaH Mil*. I'oKters, elr. and we make a Nlieclaily of IHank BOOKK . Ili,far Book-iiindcry Is prepared lo handle any kind of work jun mfy haw in that line. And UEMEMBEK-Our tent with firiit-clas» worki as.sured wherever they go t! ey linil friends. We heard the autos go by from Bls- luore Saturday night. building where .Mr. CHne had his gro- f ", eery store. The loss was partially insnrancc. was first noticed by Ralph "•'"'Barker, who was up feeding the .MEKCY FOK .MAKTIIA. Frillion lo Be .Started Asking Light Sentence for Shiyer of Bud Sripio, Telephone your wants n> No. 18, and a courtconi; soliiritor rices are very reaKouhle as consls- i«hip and material: ! Friends of Martha Williams, who was recently convirird of manslaughter in connection with the death' of Ibid Scipio, wilt start a ^-petition to- mryrow with the end of i-eciiring a linht punishment f«jr her. She may for the offense of which she was found be given a Jail sentence of noi less Ithnn six months or a term In the Jieiil- teiitiary nr.t to exceed two years. She (was lo have been sentenced Saturday but hrr attorney was ou of town-iiid [she was laki^n hack to jail. She has been ill jail since the killing which (v:curred In Mav and her friends will urge this as ime of the reasons: why she should now be given a.light sentence. An effort will be made to get the jurors to sign a pciitioh to the court recommending leniency. A SrECIAL FROM PAULA. Taft Train Vim Be Run Tlironsh Ottawa to Tepcka. Ottawa, Kas., Sept. 28.— K special train will be run from Ottawa tp Topeka and back over the Pacific on irSatordar, Octotwr 3, If aofficieoA At a meeting of the local A; H. T. A. last Saturday night it was. de^d^ to send to the slate meetiner^of. the A. T. A. which convenes neit month in Salina. a delegation Instruct* ed to use every possible effort to ae- ciire the 1909 meeting for tola. Delegates were to have been elected at Ihe meeting Saturday night to the state convention but it was fonnd that there was some doubt es lo the nnm<- her of delegates this county is ^ntltl'; ed to because it was not known taw.: many members were in good stjud-^ ing. The sUte delegates are-electeit ; on a mcfmbership basis. After a dl»— f ciission the order voted to postpawL the election of delegates until SatmK day night when the number a|t ineBt.-\ bers in good standing can be^aice»& tained. I ^ The A. H. T. A. Is expecting: valtt " able assistance from the Bolster dnh Individual members of the Boostei club have already expressed theni'. 'selves in favor of helping to secure „ horses at the Howell livpry barn. He the state meeting of the Antleeand" noticed a rt flection on the sky and af- at the meeting of the order Saturday tcr making an investigation turned night the members showed ttaeir-ap^ ill the alarm. i preclatlon of the good will of th^ The fire department res ^nded and • Boosters. The state meettn^'wonld; by heroic efforts saved the destruc j mean much to Tola as It wotUd brins ' tlon of almost every business block possibly f ?00 or 1000 delegates here, on the west side of Main street, north jThc Boosters as a club will Ukely take of the Missouri Pacific Railway Co.'s j up the matter at a near meet^ig: tracks. Three times they put out the' Tlye officers of the orderi^for the blaze which started In the O.. K. Llv- j ensuing year were also electlBd At the - er>- harn. which Is Just back of the, meeting Saturday nl^t. A'Sohn T. C'liic grocery.' They also saved the, Wood, who has been president of the •otal destruction of the Blaker Liim-. local A. H. T. A. for aeVerM ysan. ber company biilldlngs and tho build-, Informed the order, whenItt'was pro- Ing In which .Mr. Cllnc conducts his posed to ro-olect him tbat !he^ir«i too grocery. j busy with other matton^ijiJyagain ai- Teh origin of the fire Is not known, sume the duties of the-oJIeeiand de> How^cver. It is km>w;n that It started cllned to run." W. H. '^cCSprtt wasi^ either In the rear of Cllnc'a store or " - • In the lumber sheds of the Blaker Lumber company, which arc built against the walls of the grocery store building. The L.aHarpe people are divided in the opinion as \.o whether the Are was started acddenjtally or whether it was the woric of an ilncendlary. One thing is certain, ho«ceverJ according to Mayor S. T. Green, flianager of the Blaker Lumber company, if the fire originated In the sheds of the lumber yard It was set on fire as there was no place In which it -eonld orlslnate. In the Cllne grocery things are different Liampa were left .Imniing and it Is possible tlHit the flie was started from one'ot tbem.':^ then elected prosident.'! Albert Oavfa was made secretary, and -OiifHowall,: treasurer. \ \\ There was general regret «IW«8sed ! by the order when Mr. WoodlrehuMNT f/'j: to allow his name to <je ijieetf;ln,.^- nomlnation for. presideat,. jufcheJlittVM taken much interest In tltd Jmvi and^^' much of Ite success Is dne^ti'^Us forts. . 4;'.' ^ It i was reported at the mMttnir there was coMlderd>Ie ^hiaeafstc «y ing ^ing on over ftte caipsKr- ^ ' ' .This Keglster was In in stating that the: under edManoair Mi^ThB

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