Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on September 28, 1907 · Page 3
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NOTES FROM LA KAflPE M. t. SI >D,\V SCHOOL WILL HAVE A BALLY Sr>DAY. EOSIREETFELL FROM A CAR MAS LOAIUMi UMMS AT l'A<IFIC D tl'OT-i'AI > m.L Y I .\ JI K EI). Kciniil :i( M- Mmrili Will Hraln Next TlM'Mla* Mitlit l '«T »<iiinI«-. Hnll; till} S IIIU I H}. TuiiMM nm . Smiilav. «ill li<' Smulay •^rliixii i.ill.v ai '!)•' M «'i)ioi|isi K|)(,-.co- (liil i -liiiiili Till' iii"Miilipr> iif iho Siin- ilav fii-hiicil havi. ni;\ili' an anccMiioiitB iti liri'ak all I DIIIK-I iiuonls ami it Is !nM"-(l. iliat i.tn- ati<>i\(laiiri' will Iip a •^it'at ili'.ii (aiuti tliati I'Vi-r lu'foi(>. rii<' >ii|iiM iiitinil'-iii > a'.' iMililiily is- -iiiii^ in\i^^!ou^ in aM i" ati.-nil. i;.l S«ri«f Unrt. IM Srii'.i 111 fiiv wa.- hull ;iT (iav aire; 111" II uliilc loafliii:; main ;.t till' Mls-ouii I'acifir (It'i.oi Im lla<k- 11. V tc ^''U IK' r«' I liiim a lai- aliii liriii^i .Ml liiiii -i ii vi IV si '\i 'H '!y lii>sjilfs tlmiwiiis his li'fi ilijiiiili nut <if |iUi<c and fu;;iim thi' I KUH I \«'iy liadlv. Al- tliiiiiuh thi' iiijiki i»> ni«- \ti> paiiitnl !• i> 11(1' lii'ii.'Vinl ihcx will icsiil? M M- IN'thaj (M O I KT 1st. I'lif ;.'vi\al ijHx 'tiii:;-. at ih« Mcthn- • li>t rioti'stalit rhiiirli will lifuiii ai."ai;i iii'\t Tu(»<ila^ iiii:lit K "V. Swili "•i--:of will" iiiir<luc!»'(I a '-••i ic- of -slui spivici-t in 'lie Nica' I 'liimi! last v'a 1' will ifuMi r\;;aia 'llr.> titUi^ hi' lias a iiiii .i! .-Vi .uu-^isi i.- ^iiiuc:- liih. liim wl'.i a~-l-- "liiiii .laiiiiu I K ' tiit't 1 iii'^s. The LaHarpe Kaeket I i^'ail.iiiaiK'l s icir liaifiaiiis tlit» ".iil an.I —i:\hil>l"t days. r. K. .MO «>l{Klli:An. rropr. Sncial A^as ii S III-ITSV. 111 .-I'V.i' lit !hi' iliaiminu v. t -ailici tlif ic' "itani ;-cu ial wliirh was .:i\i'ii 1" Mr.-. Smith Siiiiiia\ silni.>l rlassor till' .\li';h()<li>i 'iCpisciiiial rliUK -h was u.'H alii'iiiitti fast I'ViMiinu t'onsidi 'i-- inu iln' wi'ati'..-; ;In> -.lii Is <-lt'a'.t'(l a iiiri- sum 111' iiioni\ 11 is liVi.h that aaiitlicr siuia! '•! •!••• K::>il lu -ld ill :ll>' mar tii.ni.- \ry I'iriiirinir. 'Tji.' cliiiiiiiil ii; I'l I -ii'. Ic; la 1, Suiiflav sc'hiiiii'ail- iPimiiiti-.: at IC'^'c- .'lic ).aik riiila'- Tiifv liiiik a siwcial • a.' ;.i ti-a ri'<{',o<k thi.s muriiiili; ami w I lit Mi; I'ot ly m tlu' i>ark wln-v)' tlu'v all' annisiiiu ilifiusi 'lvi-s in ilic vaiimi^ wavs c (fr ^^l •^•l1 ilji 'm liy the iiaik iiianaKo niiMi: Th<\\ I'ni .k liim-hi's ami .lU' ii ill aiiohl faslnoii I'irnir inauiici'. Irif-iKls I'liiirrli. Sllml.^^ s<'hi«)l al li'a 111 I'l ••.u-lii'r.' . a: 1 I a 111 S.:r.iiir I' 1' .i- '• I'' |i ill I'ri'ai-Iiiiii; at 7:1.'. iii Siiij.-r,. •'I'lu TwM Yi'ai s Work." .1 A I.\i'<;ill.l.\". l'as:..r Kariiurv K N I I IUH .Hrrtiiic. Thi'n- wii; 111- a iiii'.'iiu^ (if a I i-uiii- iniui'i's and I.ai^iin'ss nii-ii Monday. Si'iitoiuhi'; Ill iiiaki' iii luaiu'iit ar- iMiiuvim-uts Taimi'is' Kxhihit Oi-and • H\ icipirs; .li in I 'sidi'Iit i" I" .MOit!;i:Mi:Ai). LOSE BY We ever welcome comparison in every detail of this store's operation—in quality of merchandise, in representing correct styles, in varjety, ilfVnter- chandise, in store service, in price* charged and in appreciation of the patronage by which we are honored. We have never suffered by! conij ^lsdn. NVe hope we ntver shall. To be found worthy of the custom of our patrons is our highest commercial ambition. You will find this bright dlean stock of NEW FALL MERCHANDISE above the average. ^ • -4....-.^.^—. A Line of kiegani MiiHnaiy that will compare with any city. Prices ranging in pretty trimmed hats from S2M to $38, \ We claim to have the best line of Laaiem', Miamam' « GMMraa'a Gtaaka made. Landsman Hirscheimer & Co.'s line, of Cleveland, Ohio. We ask ypa to be the judge and we shall be proud to show you whether you buy or not. A line with elegant tailor work. Ladies' Coats, elegantly trimmed, from $8 iO $30m Children's Coats, from St,2B iO $94 Bright new fctock of Fine Dry Goods f If you are looking for th6 new things in Dress Goods and Silks, with new trimmiugs, and a complete line of fine Dry Goods and Ladies' Furnishings visit us. 2 tfaora Waai Thurngt- aan Haiah RICHARDSON'S 113 eaat Mattlaan Avanua. GAS CITY NEWS ITEMS News of the County UKV. SI.KIiril MII.l. I'KKAl II I'KKSIIVIKUIAN ( III IH n. A 1 : .STONY POINT. ' The drmiili is still on. It had a aooi HELEN RAMSEY .INS THE PRIZE failfd Id «-onnv I Kiiess the lid ia on ;:.'o<id and liplit. and ovt-ry'liliii; is dry : iii;4 up. ICnii'iy lt|'<iui;1iuin is balliip .his hay Hit; I his: vvfck. i Thf> ^as 111.11. W. W. Keney and A Iw liuilcf. uV ('liaiiuii'. who ail' ;;oiiii: i :i> prDspi'i't I'm- i;as and oil throtiKb ili»'!<' |ia .-.s ('il ilit 'iiii ;:li last .Mmida.v in ^'"J IilK'ir auto. ctiKiutf 111 Hi -iiii .soii. I Saiali .1. Brand, ill'tui: visiii'd al .1 ' It llari.'iailf .s Sunday. ! l !i.> Tilii 'ty spent Siiiula.i with the l.ani.v lioys on tlii! .Murniatdii. S 11. Ill andpiiliiir;; and ujfe aud lit •til' manilsnn. ItfWain M DIMC . spoilt Siiiida* Willi III.' laiiiilv <if Kavinoin llailaii rill" <a;tli' ail' dylns in thi' K1117 V^\AI{|lKll KIM; \T I.AWKKXK—; rKKTTIKsr (.1111. »AIIV. >l.nij Un> ( ilj Folk hiH'« .MN«i SiiiHi. <if .Miinin. ^Vlnj Pied l .iiNt Mtcht. «. VS ( ITV M.tu} Know Mi >N S!i|>|t. .V!an> (la:-pi'opi- ai r j'lfsniial .ir -.|i;ainii'd with .Miss May Sajip <l ; ,;iii,-.i ,.i ,,asiuri' ninth nf Itron .soli. with Mmaii ttlm nas fmiiid di'ad in lli«' icai aiil n! lii'i lailiPf 's hoiiu' in .Moran. Katisas. last .'\ oiling' al.nut s<vni tliii | n,.,|„,|,.„,„„.^, ,„„, M.-Oilmrn .svi-ni 10 ;y i .clcick Till' nivsiciv uf lui- di'alli;i„. ,|,,. lo.-crs. a I'li/'lc lit liiT I'lii'iids. I Hiirnrd UN Koo(. O I'rix'ki'i-. a wurkiii.iii .11 tln' I 'l 'iini' Wi'sii'iii siiii'Iici. liniiifd lii- li'l 't fimi vi'i V sfVi 'ii'ly wMIc drawiii'.; nii'ial yr .-'.i 'id:iv nnirninu. Siniii' <<f tin- niDltoii mass lyl' in ihi' tup m' his lioi' and I'i'liiii' 111' otiiild ri'iiinvf it his liMit was \iii> liailiy UniiH'd. Al- :hir.ii;li ihi' iiiiiiiy i^ a vi 'i \ pajiilnl mil- ii i- f.iii lii'lii 'Vi 'd ii will i.'>a!i -I'liilMS, (iK.VKVA. The rllj Miirohiil l» Uii'.y. Till' I 'ii.i iiiaisli:i! 1^ liusv tlu 'si' d.iy- riiniiiiiu il'iwn cir- wlms.' nia^lrr- liavi- ;ii'' paid tl -.ti; li.xcs. Tiii' marshal •ii.tdi- .1 liad iiili Hi' slmotiim a do;; yi-s- ti'ida.v nii'vtiiii!; Hi' shut a' i: nvic- uiniiidin:; ii si'vo !i''\ liiitli tiiurs luf • lid nut kill it I' II. Chllds anil family spLMii a tew days iir Kansas i'it.\ ilic tliKt ni ih wi'i'k •ruin Chiisty and wile visited .it lii iiiU'h's. .laini 's Clulsty '.s a t'i'w day last week. I-: K Kiiiivvltiiii wi'iii lu Kansas Cily nil hnsino.s this wi-i-k. .Mr Itiiriiin took a luad uf ratili- in ! Katiras City .\|ijudn.\ iii«ht. W .1 llydi- is liiadiu^ w lii'ai ilii> vvi'i'k in liila d'oi-.;!' Tippin diDvo In lola Tuea- day. .N|rs I'rank Di-niify vi.--ii('d at ilialid pa Di'iiiii'y's this wci'k. .Mis. Paul Irwin dnivc in Xi'iisht* Ka'.ls .Monday. Mi-tlindNt KiiNco)ial ('liiircti. Stiiliiay ><iii>iU a; '.'I.'' a !ii Sun- dav si-Ium; r,;:!v at II .1, tii Iiiniiiv l.i'a;:iii- at ' i; 111 K;iwiii:li loauin' ai 7 p. Ill r :i ;',riiiii:i .1; s •• ii\ ll'ms- •lati 'd s'lii -iiji til till' iliildrpu and ^jl ^iMjiicr pi'op''...' II a nt KMiiiti:: -••!• • iiv will i),' 1,1 >.»-<ial iii:i'ii's; tn pa:• iits .aid Mir ;ir^ liO 'S'ii . and may w l^ iiiit h<M-" '11 •'^••i- all tin- paii'iits |iris i-iii .I' \«<:\: iiioriiiiii: and .-x i-iiiii:: s.'i\iii-s. Tl,.- ii;M:c riirdiali iiivitcd M. nr.NHAM. Pastor. rrc^li) l <Ti ;m rhiircli. I'ri'.nhin;; a; il r. n: and ^ 11 in. Siindav ><i -,i «i! ai I" a. :i! l..i-' Sali- I'.llh had !:iiui'>' :'M.'iidallc*> \vi- have had 111 ;lr..-i' >«ars. KnlS day SalihaTh Ofohi'r i ^tli I.--: 'is make it ;!•<• 1)1 St d.O .'111' .'.<!M'I : has liad. .Iiiii- iii; niii'iiiiu a: p m Vuiinu l'«'opli>'s Mii-i't'fu 7 p, n. Yiiii a|o 1-1. rdi: ii'viii-ii III l,!-.' s.'ivioi'.- a;id "i.'Vi- \ii!i w; : :iiid 'iirni :i;ifi*s- .Old pr<>ti!;i l'" .I(»l!.\ 11 I'.UHill'l"-. l'a.~:u; r- l'ir*on:il <i. MS> \ii:ni;s ii't aiiu-d . ihn iiiiiii ;'.ii •'Mtiidi'd \i>!; in ColDradi' Shf ^pell; iK.isi n! 1 ,1 'T time in I'licldc Mrs .1 r. • riiiiliias i<;ii !!H -d t" .\!- iMuy. .Mo. .vi'.-Tcrday al'<'riii«>ii afl«'r r-|iondiii:; s«-v;'ra' da^s in l!ii< city visit ins: hf.- daMKii-.r .Mis l>;- S!ap!»';<iii Itfv .Idliiril Kriuht i.-:i:;:ird yfs- ii'ida.v aft'-':tn"in I-oiii a >liiir: •. isir it. Huml'ii.dt ;:iid I 'haiiiv.- H- attond- I 'd t'hc reviva! sirx i <i-> uliili- in Hmn- liiddl. • • ' .Miss HfSsir' l;ii>s laiiif in .»<-sli'rd.iy frniii l.vroy. Kaiisa?. tn tii.ikf hi -r hunic- » iili 1. iatlvi 'S in ihi> <i!» duiiii:; (he <-'iiiiiii.: winter. ,1.. K. <"i)ili!is iif Hriiiisoii "as in <.ho city a short lini'- icsl^rriay .ifierniinii .Vli. Odliiis i- ciiiitcniidatin'.; poiii;; on the road as f:av.'!:ii^ sal»-snian for an • isl«tni I 'tr .i house. >iiillli U III I're.irh Tomorrow. Iti'v .-^lieth wi'.i preach ;it thr- l !i;t. •»1 l 'resl.> teriiiii rluircli ininnrrow niiirtiili:; and I'Veiiitii: Ue\ l .eepir. :he new'', appoiliied resnlar pi;stor 11 the loial fined I'rc -liyieriati elnirch will he l.eie ii'adv to he '^ilt Ills diilie- li.\ :lie iiiiiowin:; Siinila> Uev Sleetit is a uoDil speaker and dniln ess eair.i • III a uoi'd -e;\iie no POSTMASTKKS WORK I Kormor i;;!-* ( ity ll.-iliy Wfn> rrijic. The Inlliiwin.u from »he Lawrence lia/.ette wi'.i lie of paitieiilar interest to the (,".1.- ("ire peopio wiiii knew I'rof and .M:> 11 l> I5ani.-ev of thi- city Man.i oi their local friends are seiul- •n.; th-'iii 1 iiii:;ratiilatii)!is today: Kd Pa.-iiii>' p-.i/.e of a diamond lin-- lor the prettiest ^:iil hahy in Kawreiice was 1 MII :\ eotitesi,.d liy a half ilozen of ilie 1 ••iest lialiy uirls in the stale The |.i.<ii '•;;:;.' thinus sa! and waiied an hour for the decision, hut were more patient than most lialiles The crowd i-\c!i:\n:.red hets on the ontconie ai-.d iv. loliv had its snpporiers K'l.ai';. '];•• ind'.;e> decided on Hele-i '•:.-!'i : l;..r.is. .X . t!:e da'p^ihier iif .Mr i. and .Mr- 1! It Kair.>e.\. of 7:7 .\la-• ' iiaina -ii.-t |ii-|>iirtmciit Want .K to Know Hon I.oiii; Tlirj Ijibor. Washiti'^ton. Sept. US.—Ollcials at lie postolUce di'partiuent proposes to find out how much t'uie. the postnia> t>.rs of the country dovolo to their i .fJiPial duties. Kroquent ciimptaints !!ave reached the departnp'ut that postuiasiors sp.-nd more of their thn* with their private Imstiicss and pol! tics than they do in their postofTiceF. poslnia.siers in the first, second aii'i third classes are Mipposcd 'o dexiiie ihi.-r entire time to their of lices. For the purpose of findinn out just how much tluj*" they do si>end there now. Kirs; Assistant Postniastet r.eneral Hitchcock has directed tc ".•i(di thi.« inquiry: "What are thi average nuinher of i^oius devofod by tho postmaster daily his otticial dutiexc?" This query sops direct to the jiost Mis^ .\ddii- Tiionipson of .Moran is isitiiii: with In; -.iiicle. r. K. Haiita. and family this week. (HI) sKTTi.i;i:s KI.K(T OFKK KKS. iltisters themselves. Or.iinariJy they •.vonld no douh; report a hij; avera-e, '•ill in this in>t;ince they will In- rath- el cantons. Iieraiisr the postofTire de , p;.rinient has received reports frmn \ T«o l»aj.- >l.-clintr Mill IIH.fi,,,, :„spi.ctors on ttoarly all of the rfflres. sl!o\vin>f the jiuniher of houis the pnstmiister piit« in. If the post rasters attemiit to stretch the hours fnrod Ha« Fe»«'r and .Summer l«Id. .\. .1. Nusiiaiim. BatesvPie. Indiana, writes: '.^I.^ast year 1 suffered for three months vith a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my liusittess. I had many of the symiv toms of hay /e»-er. and a doctor 's i>re- scription did. not reach my case, and I took several medicines which seemed ^t<> only ajrgr>ivat«. TT<V c ^so Portiin- • afely i insisted upon havinsr Foley's l^-iney and "Tar iu the yellow package id it quickly cured me. .My wife has since used Foley's Honey and Tar with the same sncce .ss." Pairrell 's drug store. ' . _ . Next Year. I.Neosho Falls Post 1 T''- I 'li 'rti 1 tith NtMHial .Meetiii;: of he (Id Si It lis 111 .Mien. .Anderson. '"iiff"v Wiiodsi .n Coiiniles was railed '11 o.der last Friday at '1 p. m.. >c|it 1 :1. l:'ii7. hv the secre 'ary. .f. W. I)iik >o!:. aitii:-.; in the ahseuce of ihe president On motion 1). W. Finney was ••iecied chairman of the meeting. 1 O S Woodward moved the a |i- pointnieii' of a coiunii'te of OUP from each i-iiiinfv who:-" duty it would he 10 select and idace in nomination candidates for the difTerent offices of the \.s !-rieiali '>l!. T!ie cnniiiiitiee «as as follows; Grin Miller. Allen: C T. Hi?h. roffey: Col. O. S. Woodward. Woodson: Judge Schooiiover. .Xnderson. The committee made the following noniiiiatioDs: f;eo. H. Lynn. President; r. S. Saferite. Secretary; I vannord- stran. Treasurer: O. S Woodward. Vice-President: F. F Kockeley. Vice- Pr.-'=iden?: C I- Knnwlton. Vice- President: Fran Rust Vice-President. The nominations thus made were voted upon hy those pres«nt and declare duly elected. .\ two days' meeiiu.^ was decidiil m«<i:i for next year. nf their service, they will he calleii ik'wii. am! If tli .ji- re |K )rt about the same averajte as aiven liy the iiisiiec- tl rs they will be told to spend more ( lime !n their offices. Of Ibti>rr<it to Jlmir. Folevs Kidney Cure will euro any ease of kidney or bladder trouble that •s not he.vond tlic reach of medicine Xo medicine can do more. Burrell's drug store. LAST LEAGUE GAME IMir ^Vay and I'lirk Oecide « ellar I ( liani|iii )U '>hi |i Tomorrow. The '.a:-; ;;ain' of the Tndley h a '.;ii.' .-i 'a--iin i:, to he |ila>i''i tomoiiow on til' JCJiTirie )iail, tiro 'iiids luiwcn the Oni Wav liMin and I 'l" I'arl, hoys. 'I.,' i<;in~ :'i nil" t;. i| for ih" !ci.-r p.ace and • aeh ih—irons of l.eep'n:; •iway from the Ifom nf ihe holiler Th'. inaiiaKii.> of Hi" •eaii's will ha*" »l:eir !ie^i line np out for th • 'iame ICvi il as la.- South as .\'ew Orleans I 'ley ar. linpinu out the It'll" .\i .ii 'ri< an l.r;r ;iie peniia'ii ili.iii' 's. The I )a h Suites ipioi'.- a iir.;i,ii!ii lit th 'alriea! niiui as piekiiiK the Mhle ^ics for the iiilhuvii!u reasonv: • Practic-'llv liie sume nam as lost to the Clan's in il 'i .r, will represent I'hlladeliiliia and the .\inerieaii leautie Miis \ ar. lolMns instead of 1, Cross and .Nieliois xii'. Cross will lie ilie only ehan ^i s of imporlanee. •Waddi'll. hard'St t„ hi' of left aii'li'd or rif-'iii handed pifcliers of hase liall, was out of the cliainp'ousliin il I !ii ''i. hut it is re:i.'»onalde to expect that It" will hi in that of I'.mT 'Mall. I'WMill, alone won the chain- p.oiis'ilp 111 l;iii.-i lor the Clanls. Had \\'adiii'll iheii Ill 's; iiiteln r. heeii with 'he .Mil' 'tics. ''iin-.r- m •-lit have lieen •liffer .lit l.it tin- Ciil's lo-.' Urowii What odds wiM liieiv haeUets j;i \e' •If Wadd 11 is Wa.ldell. I cannot se<, Si'lleel.af'l. Sc'iillle. Shl.tllc 01 1-71 • ers niakiiiK one hit iu a scries of seven tiames. iiiclnreldf may hit a little. ( ham 1' and Jvlinij may lUt. liiil they V. on 't "Tireak records hitiSns Rub:-, il he is litihe. The llir .-• iiieni cannot win a elianili oiisliip. •If Waddell is .iiolii^ rishf he will P leli four of the ;;aiii<e^. Iff should V. in three I 'lank. the b»'sl da .\-:niini I'i y-oiii lefthander piicluiii; ball, wil! hi- Kiiod for one more. Hi. may lose ti .:a.\. hut lie will come back and win tomorrow. ••These worlds chaiiil)iions^hips are iM ^t true tests of team 'nerit. One or Iwo i;reat pitchers decldi! them. Ma­ tin.w sou decided one iu P.<0 '"i. .Mtrock and Walsh one iu li'drt. thouRli th- v. ouderfill e -spti( de <'(jrps of the SoX t tisr he giveu'full cr»'dif. •The i ;rcal idtcher is the .areat thiiip.' The pitcher it is who starts I Very i>lay. Ht. Is in i -very iday. It is I'ossible tn play a c^Qne in which ev- 111 a catcher will not; touch a ball. In which any outfielder may not make a l>iit out. but no iday can start without a pMcher. If they cannot hit. your pitcher aud J (III can hit theirs, you will beat them -The Cubs have dot a n.'iable left- hiinder. Jlad they lAie. only two Ath- ht'c players. oiitiJldte of Nichols. t)at !( llhanded. Hartsel and Nichols." HELP WAHTeO LODGE OIReatORY, AVA\TF:D—A buyer for a good mod- K;VIGHTS OF ; MACCABEES^ ern home, close In. We will furnish ! Knights of Maccabfes ft the World lot aud build house to suit for one- I meet? in K. P. Hall, eern.id and fourth 'Wednesday nights ih each month. J. third of cost of house cash down: bal-iwr_ Postwalt, commander; R. B. Por- ance monthly payments. Hamilton Iter, lecord keeper. ; •*J >i »Ti» h"»n n .'»-c Ci.pKrpt* f'T In.omn 'n. with whU-li i itjii" t —M .1- .; ff >rn \..r Iw^ntv v. ;tr», •O'l I ran tl'Kt * A'-AZ' i« hut*' cl"-n nTi 'uiwr^ r «li«f •.•11.1; - . . 1 . - 1. I,-ur I :i«i-»v »r tr'<-.l. I •ll«ll <••rt^ • r r i. n-l th. '.i to my frienJi bejof aJi tufs arc r-uri;s^rtrti " Taot. fillltril. Elgin. III. Best for I ^^^^ Tiie Bowels CAHW CATIIAimC Ilun to Avoid Aiipendk-itis. 1 Most victims of apiiendicitis are Ih+jse who are htibltiially constli)ated Orino l.aNatlve Fritit Syrup cures rhrojiic constipation by stimiilatinR the liver and bowels, and restores the nainral action of the Imw-els. Orino Ltixative Fruit Syrup docs not nause ate or ;;ripe and is mild and (ilcasant ti> take. Refuse substitutes. Rur- rells drug store. y. .M. (. A. >OTKS. 'ini- hitudred and fifty jieoplc were l.iesent last night when the talk on the Grand Canyon was given. The sKdi.; were beautiful and »•* -ocmoT \»eli p]eas;<d with tne entertainment .Vext Thursilay eveninR a lecture on Switzerland will be civen to which the imblic is invited. P'»«p.^rit P.I.'nht. P..i»nl.Tint «0 >«>,t .I )oOnn<l. j r M. -1.-11. U - , i;ri|"'. Itr. I K - Mc. K »v .r J..11 ••! litiU. •! .. I. . ... n tal'Ift •tmuixil CCC. I ^ Uu»i »ii:*}«.| to t- .IU ««r >-...r bi.Micr Lacii. StprlinR R.m'ily Co.. Cliicaco or N.Y. 597 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES >rr. Bliss, the physical director dcr ires to have all of the buslnes.s men and clerks who are e.Tpecting to enter the business men's gym class, to meet him in the symnasium tonight at i.'ght o'clock sharp. This is a fine oiqiorfnnliy for men of sedentary habits to .qet the much needed exercise, .lidn the clavs at once. Hros. W.V.NTKD—To rent' house. Phone lODG. WANTf:i)—.Middle aged Iioiisekcep- er for country. No objection to child. Small family. Good home (o right party. Address .1 this office. IT. 0. W..—Cami/ .Vo, ipi meets In ,•. or « room 1K. of P. Hall every Friday night. W. JT. Steele, C. C; A.H.DaVlg. CJeir Visitors cordially invited. "K X IGHTS ~0F ^fiTTHIA8.— Neosho Lodi;e So. 43 meets erery" Monday night at K. at P. Hatti==^*Wtog brothers Invited. W.S.Thompson, C.C; Chris Ritter, K. of Jt. and S. WANTED—Rock loaders at Kansas Portland Cement Plant.' Inquire at j ' —r Quarry at Concreto. WiVNTKD—Cook at the lola House. The M. W. A. Lodge meets every Friday night in M. W. A, ihali: Visiting brothers Hnrlfed. W. H. Anderson, V.C.; W. A. Cowan, Clerk. W.\NTKD—Girl tor general housework. Phone laSO. WANTED—Dining once at Cataract. room gir! ROYAL XEIGHBOBSi.—lola Camp, _ So. ;<65. Royal Neighbors, meets seo- •it'iond and fourth Tuesdays of each 'month. Mrs. h\ A. Wagner, oracle; Mrs. .Mary Button, 413 West Street. Recorder. F. A. A-—GoTde^i J>aT Council No. .Vlain 495. WA.NTED—At once, young lady wants room in private modern house. \ddress F. S., this office. FOR SAUE '-^REAL EST ATE FOR SALE—The property at 2O0 South Buckeye. Evans Hitjs. WANTED-A place for n boy or girl ^g, ^ ^ •o work for board while attending. w:drjesday night.s in each tiiontb in the lola Business College. Telephone JK. PI Hall. C. E. Lacey. presidont; Mi.ss -Mable Rhorback, secretary. FlUfERXAL BROTHERHOOD^ Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meet< second and fourth • Tuesdays of each month in A.O.U.W. Hall. Visiting members cordlaly -Invited. W.H. An* dersqn, president; Goida Elam, secre* [tary^^ -.; .j Jnttior Order United V*' cban>e8<~-Meet3 eveirV ^^^rHftday ev* enlng at 8 o'clock J«"- All visiting members Invited. XI. A. Widiok, CQnivcelor.if.iJ.-.B^JB«Ck. Rec Secretary. •' " BUSINESS OmEOTORY JEWBI..BRS. B. F. Pancoast. old reliable jeweler, lit; East street. KrAMsiint.- ' Complete conrt at the; best school for ftammerers in Aniefica at ohe- balf price this fall ani winter. White for fftformatlon at^o'nce..McKie Scbdo] for Stammerers. 2706 East i3ih Street Kan^ City, Mo. Nice 80 acres hay land fenced. 2 miles from railroad town: U miles fron) Jola. For quick sale tl.fiaO. Whitaker & Donnell. FOR S.\LE—Eight room house, four blocks from square. |1,800.00, part cash. Phone 615. FOR RK.\"T—Modern 8 room house with furnace. Phone :!9. FOR SALE—4 roomed house, water tnd sewer connections. $50 cash, ?12 month. Grace Arnold, phone 306. fOR SALE'RUmo^llmmmm FOR SALE :—A good pool hall, best time of year, winter coming on, doing Rood busine.s.s now. Coin.? to Colorado. Inquire Rayburn & Dunn, lUOfi Itlast .Madi.sou. FOR SALP:—f'.ood mare with foal.' Call at 'J 10 West street. [ si Santa Fe RainMy Tim* Table. NORTHBOUND. Vo. 202. Pas. dally ...2:22p.u Vo. 204. Pas., daily Jt-Wa-iJ N'o. 208. P,i8. daily ex. Sun ..Gr.'Wa.m \'o. 210, Pas. arrives dally ..Si.Wp.m Vo 216. Preleht.n. ^ T . S-m 12:01 n>»^ RCfUTHBOUND. Vo. 201. Pan daUy 12:45 p.m \'o. 203. Pas dany 2:00a.m Vo. 207 Pas. daily ex. Snn ...R:.'Wn-ff Vo. 20s. Paa denarfa dally...6:2fla.m No. 216 Freight. D. ex. Sun. .12:20 p.m Dl!. J. F. JAXESON. Graduate Auctioneer. i Grad uate Veterinarian We ••xi»ect something good Sunday j afternoon at the. men's maeting. The hour is three, thirty and the sj>eaker i~ .Mr. Scherinan. a converted .lew. Ur. Hitecher has kindly consented i fu give a series of lectures lat^x In the .xeason. These lectures will be given on Thursday evenlnss and will be illustrated with slides that hf. has made. Th? subjects will be announced later. j Prof. Naysmlth of Kansas Unlversl- t.- is one or our Thursday evening lec , titrers. His subject will be "The Hui man Body." and it will br. illustrated with his own slides. I Only ^ix hundred tickets for the I.eture course will bo sold at any i»rice j if we sell this number of season tick- 1 ets there will be no single admission j t'ckiVs sold. The lectures will be given in the Presbyterian church and only ?nough tickets will be sold to seat that building comfortably. Sales made anjwiiere. Pj^lareed. Lfve .Stock S*l«;my ^pwlalty. SatLs. p„„ „„, j^,^. wrUoij niaranteed. W rife or me. ^.^ x>\^s^ to announce that for dales, terms, etc. Jetennary call!, p^,^,.., „„„^y .nj Tar, for coosb .| answered day or niaht- Oflice with trouble.* is not affecte* Meajrlasj Bros, Livery Barn. OfHcp the National I*nre Food and Dmr phoae 13., Besltlfnce phone m. lela, „ ^ntalns no opiate* or other K«m»».«. ; harmful drnes snd we recommend it ^ggl||gig^iil|^||lgj|gjig|ggj|figlil|||jB n safo remedy for children nnd ••^•••••••••••^•••••i adults. Barren's drug store. . FOR SALE—A light wason. suitable for dray or huckster. C. I). tCakin, Gas City. fOR REMJ- mimomUmmi^ FO/t RENT—Furnished liOl North Jefferson. room.s a: FOR RE.N'T—Office nwms over Famous Clothins -store. tScst .'ocatiou in city. Inquire at The Famous. FOR RE.\T—Furnished house, mod ern. Apply this office. :l FOR RK.NT—Fumlslied down sUirs .'ooms for housekeeping. 216 South Walnut. PERFEC^TiON WICK /i ^VOilL STOVE -r ^S STANDARD OH. COMrANT, FOR RHXT—Furnished ro^nn for- man and wife or ladies. Furn;.ce hcit; \ sbgolutely modern. • yi6 South Co!-i liorn. FOR RENT—Four Nelson F.;.\ccrs. room cottasc. TAKEN IP—Oi»« -^ed cow. Ed Stewart. Bas&elt. — t Inquire, Its Economy To have your Carpets asd .Kugs cleaned . '.^ PHOAi Slit .Kbere quality is main conaN« eyitktn. we bj# .the best. Where «Mnnda wlBfe^witlfy, we carry .4^ jgrades V^ces- :

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