Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 1, 1907 · Page 2
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7- MELVIN FRONK, AMt. ciirtilw. lifMtttfyftrtlflOiiiil^i StitiffKaiHi AllM Cnf tJ M II •lleil luk ii ilia Ci. willing- to Replaced pnly last atghi i sfoJp a kiss, i si:- -.:Now my conscipnoe priPUs« Therefore I thin4« III jro aromitl | s Tonight and n"t Ii back. : Tj. • ClilcaRo Ni 'w.s. | k. A -;. .% ! i- A late paper from Denver sa.vs tlio j 'A' fellte society folli are devotinR a croal i Ideal of time to rollor sljutlnB ttils^ Reason; The :• older women arf • / :;i fwell as the belles of the ciiy are lak^, .„_,„. .; - -mg an active imrt in the nie ^rs an-ilSFWAM S IFVFI BV STftR •i fmany of them 8 »end several nunnings i'^*'"**''^ J JCTTCLII SIVE • ?pacH week at l )ie r!nk.s. j IC4 North Washington. Diamonds! A g-od time to buy before the price rises. A good place to buy i.s • few friends at dinner last eveuluR furj , Miss Gertmds AUcock 'if Cit:tiiiif i vrho has spent the ,.a.. few '"^'y.^';;;'--1 ,• ,,„;n.n^.. wl,„ sanp n lullaby ulth v'." Mr.^. <"<>i". Tlii> mus^c of I I!,.. (n'(-:isi()ii was ri'inicri'd by .Mrs. 0, rMlss Allcock returned lu.mr. ,o,h.y. \ ^ ^^^^^^^^ , ,„„.,,„.^,„,i„„ .Mr. and Mrs.' .lohn Tl...!, „ :.„.! i •>'<• af .h.. proRnni. ll.j'r. -^atighter Thekla of HuniUol.lt i "'^.;"> ^l'""--";." >',.-ujber guests of Mv. anil Mi-s. ii. Tliob-n y-.-^ terday. * + - . Msr. C. A. Ii. IVSaulb-s Is I KUIK from a summer <f?tii n'lativ<-.v In I I K east. ij. .;• .. Tlie 5Iusir club nuv. ts Tui-sdiiy. Oc tober 8 with Mrs, \V. T Wlitscui. Tl\. program will br, niisn-Uant'ous witli pontributlnus from ili.- vaiionsr IIMMM htr-s. \ • ' •>•>-> Another of tin-; elnli wliicli • will hi- gin work next week i.« tlii' Cmrfiil 15 \'eBt club. The first lu.'t'tin;: will ~!he on Monday ;^ftorl \<)<)n in l,ilii ;iry Hall. .;. A . jThr. United nrptlier-fn Aiil sooict-. will meet on Thwrsilay in tlie cliiiroi! parlors. Mrs. .T. T. n <'uo will rui\ duct a, le .s.son frnin tin* Ri'iJ''iii|i!i'i Christ us.- •!* •!* The first nioeiiij? of llie P. K. O chapter occurs one w.-ok I 'mtn .(o<l;i- atlhf. home of Mi's .1. \V. Bolton. iJns East Madison stre^'t. •i'i^ •> Miss May norvific ha.s sono to So.Tt tie, WTashinRfon, for a visit. ..* * * Mr. and Mrs, S.iM. Coopfr williv tuin today from l ^irs^nns wh.'i.>. t'xn hive been arranRfnu; a rpsfdoiirc foj J ociupancy durinR iiho winter. Mi.ss I Lora Cooper will ivniain in loin'. I ; -5- 4 ? Miss Flora Demnic is •.vjioct.vl r a to^ay from New ]^le\trii for n vis'.i I with friends. —^t^-' 3.1 , * 4 f Miss Mildred Swigart left this noon I for Portland^ Ore..i whpre she wiil |- sp^nd. the winter with her aunt. Mrs J Pr»nk StandiFh. i f i i ' Mrs. O. O. Stone' is s.-rimisly i!l :ii i her bomft tod*?-, * .^n lola boy hasj t .-tkou to wiiiiii}; poStry. A sroup pf hi .s Konloiucn friends are tMnklng of cxiliuK liiin 111. til the plrl who is the l)iislr )iar!;f<ii Inr-stnr of his acouaiiii .TUj" l.av*- the city. Miss Edna Wagner. entcrUin^ I wiiii n ll ^e party i\ the.Grand last fven % Ing-i in compllmbfit to Miss l.llllo iShaay of Yates jContPr. Thos- who Rttfcpded' arc Misses l .illie Shady, j -nTiaptia Joiids. Edna ^"acner. .lennie 7V Ray. Ethel ftay. Hurry \\"aKn<>r. and \ Bdgar Conyers. . : . j * ^ * I The rnity-Club's fir .-t stii.tv .ifter i noon occurred yestcsrdav at tlie hojno ^ of Mrs. A. V. Lodge'on East sit.-of.. A I lar(re.numbri -;i .of *hc members w.jp'^ I present and'the • first program frcm I French history-,wa«> given. T 'le l«s I ran vaiB condiicUid by Mrs. S A. CoTf- ^ inaA.-i Mrs. l^jrd Coo read a s,-I«i.- I tlon-^p "Ceaaars Invasion of (Jauf.' t TM tpseareh wprk v;as given Iv.- ^^t's ij- r -;: =^ 'Where are" j|lou goinp?" ^"Gpinjt after a sack of 13m f^tmt Flqfir. My wife n't txse anytUing else." mOOm rill the nffUl' iif iiri>si(Iont. -Mr •: .S. I'l:illl|is who unill .v.-si-nia.' •.'•Ill ihi^ positiiiii will lie siiiTi'iMii ly .Mi's. \ C. (OiiKlisli. <irn' of the iiiorI iiflu'-iniiil club wniiiiji <|f t',\if Pit riie cUili also elocicil dfli'giites Ki th -.round ilisir ;pt fi-ili-ration Jiicfilnu; ii) "on Scnit "II Oclnlior !• and In. .\ir !>. T. l.atinMit'"', cn-tary of iln.. cliib Mis. .A. H. Caniiibpll and .Mis. 1;. T Villi:"'!! as till' pi -.'siilciits |ir(i \y will : 'lin'scii! till' <.|iili. tli<ii!;;li ili.-j will :ni :i|i |ir ':u' i)i! llu' iir'>'.;iMin. Tlii" club Jii 'M inoi.Mii;^ in two wi ^cUs. + * + .\!!> .\. .1. MiAiihiii- and liaiislilciH ••;mnii, ijiihy and llatlic. aro i<i b'av iiiiii fiii- li ;ill .is. Texas. wlii 'H- (li<\v air I) livi'. .Ml-, .Mc.Vi-iliur who lias In [1 Hallcis till simif W I'P U S is wiili ill '•oaii'ii! |il:!ii! .It thai |iia <-i-. + + + •|'li<' f'lirisiian i-liiirt'h is ai-ran -Jiii rr a iir-cpti'iii lo orciir ou Thursday I'Muin-^ iu till- cluirch ivanovs. Tli i ;ii >oti. of I hi' orrasinn is to i »xtPild ; v.cloonie lo il<'\. aui! Jirs. I ':il <di •r.I to .'t !t Ttii 'u It. v. ami Mi's. K. N Vhilii |i.-. who will Kav.- soon jur Ca :f inia, Tlie <v»'ii lu; is 10 bo iufiir 1: al with frb^mts aui! iiiciiibois of th coiiL'i i..CTti<)n aiiii quests of hi.imr in a'N'mlauCf. **• •*. .Mi,s i::i::iia S.il!.-.- .ni .i Miss l.ol \i i -;!i".r:i '.•.•.'lit i!> K; ii.~:is Ci 'y ;<iil:iy t;i ;ii!i'liil tin; c.iinivai. <• <' Sa !iiilay rvi n iiK a si -iiii;> ol' ' iMi> iuUi !i! ^' at Hu. hoiin' of .Mi.'; C)::i\\ .b'i:iii r mi Nurih i^iate sin!'in."; t -ujovi -d an informal |iari.\ .Mis llattio Mt'.Vi-tluir who is !r> U':ivi> s^iiin (or l^i^llas w.-is fJiK .sf of honor and fli rr.niii.iny lave ihis party as n faro -...-11 + * + 'Mil' IMTicif>sivi> Club .uiv.'s an in rcriiiai n -pi 'ptioii louiorrow (•\oiiiiif.' at the l-.(.iiii' i)f the n'vi<li'nt. .Mrs. F. W l-"V'V It. Th'. club's forial season NYI I 1.1 op '-tii 'il (HI this oroas'on but tli fir-- pi-(ii;raiii d(i"s iio» ornir until Iwo v,-.-.l,.< ti-oiii loiiioriow. •f. .Mis- Mai'.^' .Norlhrup's fricn is ar. ip f rt 'ipt (,f li'ttcrs wriitf'ii --iiu'i ':<'r ;in-iv.i| a! Hosiin.r ItmiF^'^ -choo v.ir.ch >li"' will a'tond in St. i.ouis ..Miss .\ortIii-up is pn^parini; U\ spend a i;<'!''8hifiil winfrr nnd likos the M -!io -iJ "'vci 'fdinKly well. •> •{• -> M III • III ."line; <if the Y. P. C. t' i -ni ^ht lh<> iiicinbcrs of t!i*> society will decide aiiout a >:ociai which they ::•.(' to pivt> s(>on. The rt'sular vtudy and dfVdi imal hour will be a featuvr <it tli.> ficv -asion. .\; .S'lrnsls club's ni'-etin;; >'!---. .\r :ii !-ti -n :r-V par!"!.^ on Tlr>irsday a!",-e:-n ")().T liio d>-)cc.-tfi>s to the sec Olid districi foilfraiinii iiieeiins at F"t. Scot; will !).• chosen. Tlie nieeting"-- (WCMI- in-xt w .\ t t»\srrri TM»>Ah .Mttwurnv. j niiiv .'ti -'cr impress 01 China Issues a ! Decree. i j I.rti'don. Oct. 1.—Special disjiatches i fi-riiii I'ekin s;iys the Dowaiier Empress i Inis i.ssued a decree declarins: the ROV- ertimeut of China to be a con.stitulonal niouarchy. We arc prepared to makie every day an Opening y^ay. Our stock is new and comjilete and our prices Wfx^ riglnt. The most styli^b millinery in the city. IU STOVER PLAYS TENNIS YuiiDKest I'layer In League >Vin Prob- iibly tVin ('hani]>ionsbi(» in Slnifle.*. I'liil Stover, the youngest player in i;ie Tenuis leagui" af the present time. V 'Js th<, best chance of winnlns 'he c'nampionsliip in tennis singles. Mr Stover secureil a big lead yesterday i y defeating both Turner ami God Kci.alk. The fir.st game wa<! with Tur ner and the score stood 7 -."i nnd C- Wiih CiOdschnlk the. score stood (> and »:•-!. Hale al.so def.-ated Curtis !!>•' the score of ii:: and d:). t'pton anii t line playe,] two sets, t'pton win niUK th.^ first set T -.'i and the last sc I.- fifiie Ci. Another sei wilt pro ably 1). played today to play off thr He. It w II ntpilre 11 more games complete tile siusb'S. .M two o'clock 'his jifternoou It was not known wlic •!ii r or not the .i;i'oiiuds would be dir.pe for iilayin;; today, iu case tli •f-uris ari< ilry i>noiii;li several Kanus .1 sitif;les will pridiably be played to !ay and the cliamiilonship gnine can be played either Fri<Iay or Saturda 'I'll'-, cliaiuidoiishlp K.'iiue in donbles i'- 10 be played on the IJlli ot 1h !'<iiith. Mr. Tiiniei' evpecls lo leave 'iMMi .'inij will not reiiirii lo I(d,a iin ':! thai line. 'I'll . ron.'.-oliitioii doubles will '/iiis (;e<[ Ihis Wf<'|<. n»KM UA.sKn HAM. LF\I;II:. liirli .Sriiiiiils iif Soulhem KansiK to I'luy the (I 'anie. (l''(iri Scott Itepublican.l . .\ short time aso Prof. Stokesburj t !ic local hipli school conceivi'd tli •ilea of organizing a basket ball lea lie anion;; the high schools <if this - •c;-en of I he state. He corresponded i;li tile principals of tlii> li'adiii.i; ! li :)i !ls and ::s far as has been r.-'porl '.' has met with i.-i-ea! favor wiih ;i 1^1 them. Tl -.e follow. ii!i from the ['arsons Sun I'ov.-s that the l-ngue is meeting witii ..-iiual fav <ir wiih both teachers aui c '.-olars lher.\ anil that tliey are go iig at it to win. The principals of the high school )f Southern Kansas, have organi/.eil -'."..mio of the schools for the piiriw.s ; p '.ayiiiir basket ball this season h • Parsons liiuli sch <iol is represent r: and it siinds a good chance to win he peiKint. for basket ball has always )(•<•>> ihe niaiu.stay in alhli .'ics for thi •id.out The towns in the ieanue are tin e;i liii.i; ones of this part of the siatr Ml-y !iri' I'Nirt Scott. lola. Chaniil ' I'.fbui'g. Coffeyvillc and Pnr.son.-i. A -ix t ,ini league will alUiw six sames '1 !•(' idayed in Parson.s. with si.\ by l:i> ! oiiie team away from the city. I'lactiro will l)egin soon in the Kd '•ai-ils theatre. With better materia ban ever before both thr. Rirls au( ho hoy.- in tills spni -t have a chance :• iiie :r teams to whip everything l.a: comes along. Miss Mentzer of :.' facility is the coacli for the girls nd .Mr. Chancy for th.. bny .s. JK -t oiiise Schaub is the manager. m. .MITCHKLL HAS .\F,W CLIE hliccr"* Are Investigating Xewly Ke- reived Inforniatinu. I"r. P. S. Mitchell has a urw clu? oflay as to who stole his automobile Die ofTicfr.s are w;fholding it. how •v< !-. until further iuvesti.gation. The ^lan whom they now are investigating a fonijiauion of Kd. Fuller, who is iisiiect?rl of bcinir connf.*ted with the tialiiig. Dr. Mitchell will receive issistnnce from the -\. H. T. A. in he ri'covery of hi.s luachiue and cap lire of Ihe thief BOMB IN MAN'S YARD Ks-SherhT of Baker ("tlj-, Oregon. Victim of K.\plo.sion Like the One Which Killed Steunenbcrg. Baker City. Ore., Oct. ]—An al- tenipt was made late l-ast niglit 10 as- sassiuate Former Sheriff Harvey K. IJrown al his home in tliis city by blowing him up with a dynamite bomb Hrr.wn is In a critical contlition. One of his legs were blown off. one of his arms badly mutilated and internal in- (uries suffered. The outrage is similar in the manner of evccutiou to that which resulted in the death of Former Governor Frank Sfeuneiibeig of Idaho. .Mr. Brown was returning home and as he opened the gate, the bomb exploded, wounding him and blowiiiK in windows of his house. The chief of police and ctJunty authorities are wholly unable to fathom any cause for the deed, and are unable to obtain any clew to the perpetrators. FOR BEXT—Furnished rooms for sleeping and light housekeeping. J\-2^ South WashlDQtoQ. Our Pisiilay of Bracelets. Rings. Chains. Fobs. Neck Cliains. and Brooches is worth your while to see. Xew drsigns. modest prices. We will take iileasiiie in showing tlierii to yon. McNElL BROTHERS. TN£ JEWELERS. HE PICKED A POCKEl MnrI SimpNoi, Knriiifucr. \rreN|4il Vesterdaj All«'r a l.iu-ly { hiise. \ lureiiMiei- a ;i))are ;i -,',y el' .lewisl flesceiil who ;^ave his name as .Mori .Simpson, was ain-sled ycsleiday even- itiK about six o'<-l<ick on the (-li .-iri;c o liici '.iii", pockeis. .1. .\\. Itn.'-sei;. I 'atiiK 'i liviim ten miles norili of (la- Ciiv. c;i!i;^ht .--;iiii [i '<on with his ham: ;l ilis pocki'I !]•• :~!alled lo gel iJi :li i ';:st lio-.:d .1 i -ee! car luter attend :l'; liie (ii <-ii>-, .Ml. Uiissell says thai /II' fell soiiM-ihiliK ill his siile lroiisei-> iiO(-!(i'i, and reacliiiii; down loiinn Simpson's band on his pockei book ivhicli coniaiiied several live dollai liills, lie called lor Ihe police am. I. I". Uanilolpli caiiM' 10 his resciip ;'onsial )le .liihii Cosier of (las Cily win was prcpaiiii',; lo '-iel on the stree car eiii 'oiiie to his home, came lo tlu issi .-iatice of the iv.o men lioidiim tin .risoiier wiio was il .iiii;; in-ei-yihiii;i i; lis pow.-r lo e.-c.ipe. i'pou reacliiii, ihe scene and ieariiin;; ilie U'oiiblc Ihe constable and .Mr. lliissell and .Mr itaiidolph .Tiarlcil for the police sta lion Willi ihe c.!|i:ive. followed by . larKi" crowd. .hist as the tli!-(u iiH'M and lliei prisoner reached the corner of tin lJ<j;;istvr oriicc Siiiijjsoii made a wil. lash foi- libeily riiniiii,;.? lowar.l tin ilh-y al tlie rear of llie .Vcw Vorl .tore, bin heforc he had ^oiie very fa le was oveitaki 'ii. Ill police conn Simpson wa;.- <|iies lioiied closely, lie ,^ave his name a. .Mori .Siiiipsoii and his home as Pai- •ioiis. Kansas. Cpoii lieinj; asked hi >lisii;i .-s l.e ri iiiieii llial lie v .'.'is : io(-key. Poliee .llnii'e CoilillS decidci thai he did iioi liave any Jnrisdici ioi ill it .-iiid tiiriieil Siniiison ovei- 10 tin stale. This iiioruiii;; Siiiip-oii was lakeii In fore .Iilslioc Pol lei- where lie callei tor an attorney. .1. I,. Ha rues wa: named and ilie case coiiiinui'd 11111 i next Criday alfornoon. His bond wa: put at $."inii. .\ol bein;; able to uivc b he was returned lo jail. In justice court this nioriiing le .vouid not tell v.'lien; his parents lived •aviiiL; til,;; lie did not warn to heiii any worry by ilie n-onbl iii.-:ii <'e cniiii iie (-haiiseii hir. honu .'roin Pai-.--o !is lo Newloii. The ollicers beliive ihoy liavr •alight a crook who makes it. his biisi •ic.;< 10 I'cdiow tlie cin -iis v.hich sliow- ;i here ycsrorday. I canst lie. I I Collier or Southern Pare White Lead is worth $7.50 to 58.00 p<-r bundrctl pounds. One huudrt.l p<iuii>ls of lurj'tes or silica -worth 65 cents. ^ Paint Buyers who accept Gs -ccnt barj-tc--: or silica and pay $S.oo (tlit- price of White Lead) for it, or wlio p.iy even hn/f ihe price <if White Ixud, ci )iilii hardly b«; caUcd sliri-ud buyers. That i^.thc "b:irg:un" which the buyir of "graded" or so- Cullt'd "chcip" lead makes. When in nerd of p:uiif. buy Cllii-r Whit- I^-ad. 'i"li<' Dtitcli li.y I '.iinlLT on tlje krj; h y»iT giiur.oity. For Malt by tint CI*M$ Otalf NA -nONAL LEAD COMPANY Clirt Art. M 4 Ntb St.. SC. L M U . Mh CIRCUS DREW WELL Thouiiands of Allr;i Conntj- People .Sinr 11 Clean and Creditable IVr. furninnee Yesterday. Kovepaugh-SeUs circus has conn ind gone and the small boy will car ry a vivid remembrance of It for years to come. The circus is no cheap mitation of tlie real thing by any ueaiis. It liad iu addition to the traditional train:'!! iiorses anil chariot laci 'S soil!,, new fi'aiui-es which wpn .lovel and thrilling. Thi. circus drew an immense throng Jt both tlie afternoon and evening performances. The immense tent was illed on both occasion .s to almost ov 'i-flowing. Koreiiaimh & S<!ls losi no iioticy in the.r vi;.;t to lola. 'Die big circus is fl •atllriI:.^ a fir.- c'-:ie this season It is the repi-is 'ii• iri. n of ;i burnin.n l /locl; wi 'h all tli«- cc.iiiipaiiimeiit <if clan.::n,« fire beli.s, lunging lii'e t'lmhles liose caitv and iiililer Wagons, and fireni .^ii re.--cii ;n,!i 'linen and cliilfli -e ;i from the biiriiiii;! iii '.diiig. The bij; tent i -eso'.indcil with lie confusion ainl the fe.-itiii-,. will bi' dim r-menibeierl by those who wit ii'ssed it Till- alllOIllflbMe act dour, by ;i wo- •;ii! was a dariiif; exblbilion and the I'ii-,. Iii:i'il ill the ainheiice lii-I Iheir II- : as the machine containing t', • .ai-;ess moman rushed down the di-ep incline, tiiriu'd a complete som- ;-.-i:'ii!t anil landed safely on a paihled •l.'iM'orm. The feat was a<'c <inipUshe,| •lo -i Micci'ssfiilly, Till' acicibatic nml aerial woil; '.vas ery fine and .<:oM'e iie ->v and li:ni -l ai.s Will' ililri 'diie.'d. Tlleti-jlil wiri. i>:l: an! bicycle riiln^- were Ijolii l;e-;v. espeiially lb • fornier. and I'l-ieil roiin .ls of apphiiise. Tile train, displayed 1: I'h'phaiits aiiil seais •iai-l;ed intelligence. The iiien:iK->rie was very coniplet.-. •ml Ihe vide shows were well patron "••\. \!io;,'e;lier the I-'orepaimh Sell; eir -11:- was one of Hie besi and clean 'st l.ai litis liin-ii here for year?. \H! I.TLlt VTKl) II Itui .\I,K.\F,F.V Pound Was Found -Noxious Weed Seeds. .SKEI). a I OI V. n. Topeka. Oct. I. — There ar 1 Weill s-.'^ils in alfalfa seerl. o! iiiii. secreiary of ti.e Kansas stale oaid of health, in a letter 10 tin- ii .i -.uic.' CoiiMiy ..\!l'all'a Club went iii• 1 111 s mallei- exhansiively tmlay. II. aiil: "1 can reiid'.r aU.'ilfa .trowers no bef r st-rvlce ill one brief coiiiiiiiinic;; on than iir.:;e upon them, with em .:!:i-:;s. the i .nmosi caution and ])ains- .il.iii.s; in s'curing and sowin;^ norv 11; ihe hi.yhesf fpialiiy of .seed. Tlii.i iiallty means not only seiil de.iion traie i as !iii or more per cent, sermiii- ble. bill free from ti:e adulterations i:d itnpiiriii's likely lo be found [ires It. i.ii:';i fre(pii,nily from carelr-ss- 1; or shifilessness. but often from esiMi. a!i:| sonietjmes from both. ' J,*'ci^jniziiig the tact, that iiiiic:i 1/ '.e see. I en sate is r'tilirely liureT'- i.) . i!ie aKricidiiiral ilepaitment. a' Va^liiii;;loii. and .some of the moi-, ilie awake erperiiinlil stai ous, have e-11 m.-iU;ii^ ti;;:s to discover ihe de"Its aiiil values of se',1 ordlnari.'y oiind in ilie markei. and some start in:,' revelations are the result. The iVas'.iiugloii inveslsL'ators. for exam- ile loiiiid in one pniiml of socalli'd ilfalfa se..i on sale. :!:,',IL'O noxi!>ii; .ve:'d seeds; in another, 2:'..<iS2. tiuf! '1 still another. 21.SIS. Of the firs; 'amed jiound le'ss ih.an ."ill per cent vas ;;erniin.'ible. and among ts im- ariii.'s w<i-.' "..I 'l'i s ".'is <ir dodder - UVeiy lb,, llevil's OV.ll illVelK'OU. t)lle oiiad i:r another kd coiitainc:! ;i frac ;o:i over .". pfr cent rli.ii would crow, nd of a third lot in; s!;r-'!iih- over ; per cent." CRABB SAYS:. We have long had a reputatioQ in ibis locality of filling pre>cripnons with the highest quality goods that could be stcured, and in filling them in a way which met with the approval of the entire medical profession. The same carelul work will be coiitiuued in the fa-, lure. The same high quality goods will he used that' have been used in the past. We solicit your patronage W. £.. Crabb, Telophano ^76 PPBSorlption DruggM PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY • •« Vr. H. AXH£RSO?f, Attorney-al-Lan-. Notary and Stenographer in OIUcc. Phone -tad. • • II. A. lowing, S. A. Card. CR-Oard • • " KWISt;, UMiD & GAKD, • • * La^Tjers. ^• • • Pr.ictice fn all CoartS. • . « • • 3'^ W. Madisoii. jPhon* MD. I»R. .MrMITJ.EN, * Special attention given to the treatment •.>£ all Clin>nic Di.seas- • * 03 and DiHcase .'i of Children. • * Telephones: Olfice "t, Ucs. 232. • Office in Afrs. Turner's Uldg., • \Vest Madison. • «••••••«*«•*••«••• :!! Phone 6.S7. Res. 701, .VK.O. L. COX, Eye. Ear, Noi.e and Throat. Siiectacies Properly Fitted. OlTice A. O. U. W. Uldg. • • • • • « » • Phone '^-,\. tola, Kans. J>1{. EDITH S. HAIOII. • Office and Kesidence over Dur• rell's JJrug Store. ^ • Omce Hours—10 to 12 a., m., 2 • to 4 p, m., 7 to 8 evenings. ; • Sundays by Appointment. F. H. MARTIN, • Practice Limited to Surgery. * IG .v. nuclieye. Phone 57(;. • DJIice Phone 1083. UK. K. <). ( llin.STIAX. 1'b.isieiaM and SargeoD. Kooms 7 and 8. Evans fildg. * j • • » • • « Phone :i:'.J. Fuller nidg. IM!. Gf,V>X, Sii.-ciiili^l. Eye Ear, .N'osi; and Thro.it. ti'las: (,-s Kiiriii:-.hed, DR. W. B. nETLMUJr. rhysicJai & Snrgeon. Office X. E. Corner of Square. Over K. C. Plumbing Co.'s Store. Kes. TeUiS. OlBce Tel, 502. • > • • PKD .nrsi: iic MROI.DT A iiKi'trr. eiperinlcnilcnt Fox S-.xys New Deiml iu Tnii Years. (Iliimbo: .: Iler.ild 1 Ceneral Sup,->riute'i lent j -'i,-; of '3i ;ta Fe was :ii limn'.";!!'; for ; .'irie Friday, lie on a tour of in er-t-on ov r the ro.'nl i-r.d I '.nri'.m tin he:- slay .'n Ifiiaibohlt he met a t'e>; •.i>".iib"rs of ilie tommercial dub. .Mr. l''o\ is a big man ));iysic;illy ind mentally .'nnl i .s on to liis joh a!) •i.i:iii. Thi. ir.ev.ibers of th:' club in- rv ewe.-l liini cone i-ii;n'< th." n'.-v de •; t and reci iveil ::;!ic!i e.ici.iua.iie- eiii. .Mr Fo;; stat-d lliai 'he 'i-.-jut 'as almost c, nan .0 ii ' halt next- i-i-r or lb-. yo:ii- aft'-r "i- po;:sibly hree years from now. .\s he stood II the platforiii that wavoretli liUi- he waves of the sya he s:>eme,l vei'.v •ii:c!i |il-.'ised with the surroundiug--. \s a professional jollier Oeneral Sup- Tin 'endctu Fox is all r!:4ht. omce Tid. lies. T.-I. •J.'.P,vj. 0. W. SlIADWlt li, M. 1). (•'cueral rractirc. Obstetrics and diseases nUrlMii- rcu a specialty. Office over Steyer's flrocery. Hours: 1> to 1- n. ni.. 2 to -t .-;nd 7 lo K p. m. • I* • * DR. L. T<)/F:R, • Inb Inlinnnry, 202 E. .lackson, • We use X-Ray, Violet Rays, " Static, Oalvanic and Faradls • Klirtric'tv with vibratory stlm- • II.'ill ion in nervous and chronic • dist-.iMs. Phone 3S(i. • R.^.s. Tel. i;i ,S. Office Tel. UR. ,1. R. I'Kl'i'KU. DentLst. Is pe.-m,ini'iitly located over E. C- McClain '3 Clothin.'; Store, and is prepared to .-io all klnd .3 of i:i.-io-J;ite dental work. Evening work by aptioialiiicni. > • * DR. A. fJ. ICdCll. .Snrgeoji. OiTice over I'osi OHiie. Diiire Phone Kfsidence Phone -^3. Oftice Phone .JII. ni!. LEVI J. >KWS0.1IE. Special attention given to the irealmeiii ot Disease ol Women and Children. Oflice— .-iO.* South >yalnnt St. P. 1.,. Lathrop, Mrs f',.?s.?ie G. Lathrop. OSTI-OPATMK; PHYSICIANS. Spf^cial attention given to Diseases of Women and Chiidren. O.-er l-".a = r Side Hardware. O.'tice •Plion'-. ^iain 4i;S. .1. L, BAK>tS, Attorney-at-Law. • IK, West Madison, lola, Kansas. • • • • >1AM-.\1, TRVIMX; AT IiniHOLDT IVork l'rosrrc.*i.>.ing in This Dejiartmenl of llie School. (iluiiibol.M Herald 1 Th • benches lor tlie manual train 'ng department arrived Friiiay and ven. iiisialled for use Saturday. They ire heavy sol d pieces of furnitiin- '.viih maple lops. They were ma<l" by a Pittsbur:; company and ar.^ es pcclally adapted for the purpose. They tavf. conipai'ttacnts iO:' the. tools and 'rlothing of the stirl-int'.! who mny use th.em and are very neat in app'ar- ance. Santa Fe Railway Time Table. NORTHBOUND. .Vo. 202, Pas. dally 2;22p..„ So. 204. Pa."", dally 2 :BSB.ra Vo. 208, Pa .s, dally ex. Sun ..6:50a.m. No. 210, Pas. arrives daily ..R:.'".np.m Vo. 216. Freight. D. ex. Run 18:01 p.m SOUTHBOUND. Ko. 201. Pa8.daU]r 12:46 p.m. No. 203, Pas dally 2:00 a.m. %o.207Pas.dally ex. San ...8:50p.in. No. 209. Pas. departs dally...6:20a.ni. ho. SIS PrelCtat. D. ex. i ^Sun- .12:90 p.m. in 3 !»'.oe Vn* of the houseiiola, for writhoai •8 is Wm. \f '•"I'l''"^'-'"''can be ro:.np !et^. How ffiS jefi U sweet the pir.litrc of rn -irlii-T cn<l LaliCT Ante's sini'.e nt a:ui commend taa _ — _ —_g tlii .Ui,- it.s and a.^pira.'ioris of t !ie rrr •! ./ VLB B Ha bfi'.'lin'^ over tiie cr .-i '-ile. Tl :e ortieal : i.. •f mm H 3JP ^Z. winch ll.e expectant mother must pass. now. V ^9 «B \S £3 over. |-. sc luilof danper iir.d suiVcringthat she Icioki forward to the iiour when .she shall feel the exqnkitc t'erill of motherhood with inilc->crihai>le .drctid and fear. Every woinai: shotJUl liiiow tlidt tl^c tlaiij;cr, p ;iiii a :i *l liorror of ciiild-: birlhcan hi! e :iti :c!y av.iidcil bj the ttse of iMothcr's Friend, a scientific liniment lor external '.ise only, wiiicli toiighens and renders pliable all the parts. -Aivd a >.-ists nature in its sublimu wor'^. IJy its aid thousands of women lj.ive pas.sed this ;:rcat ''ri-is in perfect S 'dfcly aiul v \i:!ioi :t pain. Vdd at Ji.oo prr buttle hv druK };i ."ts. Oer book ol pricelfis »>•••>•'-'! wu'-'i't's:u; free. Addrrsa 9fUOrieUJ niC .KLATOa CO.. Mmalm, Bm OTHER'S FRlEliB The Junior Department Store Maui OomptotB stock af Crope Pape^ O OMH I B 10161am

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