Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 1, 1907 · Page 3
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One of the Important Duties o£ Physicians and the Well-informed of the World lo l<.ii:i To lli" rc!.iiiv M .in<lii,.; .•iiid :'-ii;ilii;:'.y c:' tb" ;";iilimr rr.ar.m'arnir- I! V lit ti!'ilirlti :il .-i^ ih" iiM -t ••tTiii!> :il '•iciaii.: ;i:i' V.v- nvi>l i;ii'-; iii a-; tu lli<- .nil ijiialiiv am! p'rl-ri |iii :i;y n: i.-ir-ili').:•• oii'l'-d hv lli'-rn. anti it is v.'il kiiov n t" riii\ ii'laii- -w.d W. ' I-(r. ir ni' d lail- i;;;;; ;;!•• ("al.il(;rtiia l -'i? S\riip I 'o.. i .y I. ...-ii.-i ill i!-. cii;!'-'-; ii> iv .lis a;;d )•• ; i- i MiiipT-rv :v, .-ni! t!i' t -tiiicMl ciiai ai*t'-i ot SI .'Tuliii'^ in -.i-iinMlu- [v,:d i-i imni'Tfial I I! li '-s \\ lii'"!] • ' • :iv iiti!\. aMJ. ;••.wri'. lii .tt liie r.aiiif ot lia- Ucu'i- (t HS !• ;MM;V. •liiii'i lia; aii ;!in <-ii tn tin- t"'^' il !;> -nil i-r Slid a::d i- li .ii ,.;iv ha*^ 1 II. I inv amiaratiii' TRUTH AND QUALITY d ;.) I'll' '\Vi'll-ln[orm'd in iv.'rr and ci'-dital'ii- '.laiidin^, ijut i li-ri • uocd iii-aiih. with its lil>s,iii--. ; W.ti a-.i -s I'll, liviTi- V, iiii :rd ill.- uini inipii o( 1 ••(•!I ai II lit i -ii ;ii \'iii(.'Hi, nt ini; t.i tli.U I r,d and t:i.> II •• .11 ir.i di. r.. as Ml iii .iiix' nistaiiiis :i s ;i;i|')i-. \.:)' ['-.•ip-r tiiiv; tin',("alii.lima li.; >\ : tni'.li! ;'iv i ;'i;Mi't and M till' ai'p'i' al if -11 iaiis ar.d' tin- v'.. of ll'i- ( vr .-KiTir.' lit (!;•• iMnii •'ii.iiiiin, till' . •..In.'i i.. i,'rV;\vn ti> tii.' 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NiiifiiauV • ;ln--!- ins;; .- iii.ikia:; a '. • (!i)\. a. Twin.";. . -iiiinl I 'li'in 1. (Ill Pn- nsjiiuii;;^ .•.i-;;.« i-;i;..-il IIM.V .\Pukrii.vir:- iia iiiiii. Tin- (>ii! -ii -n liinMii .ii)ki -ii Mili -iiiii. .1:11! In- ( Ilii! W-..V •| in .1 p. n-.-ni,- Piin--. ml i-i !.-:-. ... li.nk 1.11' n.-'liiiin-; n ;...ii -.,a.l n-';. ,1 nr. ..- -ii I.. n.,ik.- ,ii^ .\ M- ;h. a ..ill'.a •••il ;i .-.I 11. linn .'i.-' ;; :;:a-; m -n n.ai !.! - iii.iti '.t ii'.l iiniki .li.ili'i ;ni -.-;.t i...-, ..'^ kiniw. Mn..".'v-.i> liaii;liii--;s.' tii.n':- - li.;-;;c-i lin- \\h .ili' :';ii:L.'" (iilTi.i.l .'.iinli; .^i! .is \ w ••••k :ii:i-i !n- Innl .l.-cnii li. •.viiiml in -vi-i Pii .k i.f :iii- -:..ni iir i.>-; m iiinniii.in n i ii:ii In' « I > :>i ii'.'> iim^ i '.li 11 •-. .iiiiiii..-i| nini in- li;. .• ..|.-ii. il ilia: .\!is .\lin -ki .'vil :,i..;:,ii wi.; lis in I in- -.v ill.- sail Ui..,- •-. 1-- . v.iin- .,,ir. - |l';.^- PniaiMiu a 'i--.-iPa:- iPia -1. Win-: .,..k.. i ;. I Ilin lif- -•• wn..; j; >in.--!;.l 1 ..i .'ii ••: iicii ^ n.ipiia.; M-ii -.-i- Tiii'i • Mi.ni Ill's !i. iiMiy ipnii. ••-.1. -Mr. .Mii-k- Tr-;. in '•••anil .1 ii.ii" i.'liiT '-iiin- ..,1-11.(1 i.y a:' 111 li'-ciiii.-.i jjiri n. iniviiiir lir- n .l..-;.-.s. IP 1,11-. Ill i.-: ii-P 11 iii-;lr-.-i<l ;(a ;in:r hi -".'l .i' i. nili lie i -.;i -;(.[nlf.(l ili .ii 111 h;.i! !.i .-a ii -i .-i -nii li.->(a 'i.-i' mn- of''tilt- lin. lois inni :ia ;i ;;iai-il snmi- ihinp 111 l,i<- till- iiiaMiT with hi.-; hcari, 'Uii: TH-vpi- iiijiiij •• hf Mssiiiiiii h<-r. •rni jiosaiv.. iliai ril li «-vi -r liir. li.- ci 'iisn (if any linan inniliie" ~ •Oh. ("liiTm d." slio <-i ifil. ' why liiiln'' \<iil (lu as I w.iliic'l .vnii lo ;iii (J 7x11 ij-y? Tli ^i) this wiiuid iifvrr havp lia|i- liHn(»il." • ••nut. my drar I'd liavp had tlirl Panic heart, woiildn' I?" if w : •ii V.I- 1: m-.l • :' •• .\i. :• w :i.. ihi.- - -; .-11 . a:;- II syiiil i!i .; Iha; il •:i-i-;.-l .in:) . r.i'ii a . • a-!.- 1 n; i-Iiaiai-' iln-n: iipa. -:- aail P- i-iniui'ioil . w .1- liisiin.- . i.iipi .in, il.i-Pn.-, jni 1:1.11 . ...; . in' ill:- v.: n- V. .1- ^1 11 ip . nil .i I- i I .: : il .1 • n-'i'i; . 1! V. .1,11.1 \ l-"iii., l',.;,l 1 -'...aii 1 • .. 'ii:-:, .• i -a .n in . iln. •.V i • i, nis -.M-Mi <-Pi. V •-: 11 • Wi-i,,.:- Miiki. Siif '.'..s 1 ill i{, ;. f. li -an! Pn I; 1-:-.-I. •Mi! • rill..- P.iii- 1 i\\ ;i;: pd-.-'i I .a.i.'- '.w fi -::;]it r -l-, A lin v..i;'i:iu n. in-.i:' .'in.' i.n.. 11 'nili:; nil lin- ;.-i-.-iv. • li '.1 i'il Inni'or. .11 1 IS.- 1,! ];LR. ri-roiil'" li I., 11 • aii-li' in-., 'tiiiii;. ;-i 1 I.i-i>|..! ai;.iiii iiiid iiin-s .-in- ili-f-idell^ta ami all the Jer- iiiT r(»ii;-aKe aiv,fi.u,s -^in- iliouali! of allapiio Pia: in-r liiisiiand oM P'li'pv 1 ,1. iiiid wtien 'lio •H-.' aiiihr iif I'.irnot his - T1I(» iitiiiin-iit hp raufiht r.-ii-<-. '.\"liai in w.irid is tlu- iiiatli>r?" In- li'-aaniii-ii. a-i.-iaiiiin;: to 'akf hor in his aiiiH ' U'hv are yon 1- •in:.''.' UTi .i Ills JK-f-ii liiTf'.'" Shi' a.i.v.' iiiin, ;i idi .k of rip-ro;irh r-ni 11 M- In II.H! I.I vor in -fur.' si-i -n in (•> I • an .i a.-ki li: 'U'liin kinii 111' .pn-s!i(i;i.; do p.^oplf' Inivr' 111 aiisw.^r when ihfv ajin'y fur iil 'i> iiisiiraiu -f'.'" Oh. all kinds nf fnoUsli liiK-s'iulls. I'm dmii !..; ih:»( \\orr>' yfin, df.ii'. I's ,iP, ri;;hi. l...i'.s iini think of it a;;aiii. Itnally. it doi'sji't iiinonai in aiivfhiiin, anyhow." "Mill yon liavp to tpi] thoni all almtil your paKt?" "Cnmf, conK*. Kitty. whaiV th** ns" in-i 1 iin^ .1 -.1 di-i-i •A-]] an- -il .-lid. "i i!iiii".;s an­ il i- s, i". iiiai ur !iav.-)r.inii-i-i. Ill dii.iair 1 iii-''''.is- fi-v. a'loin wmir ;. i.il ..•il." !n t!ii:il;s 1111 • - : -.•.an I w.ia ..',11 10 • .. I- ;. .1I1I-.- lii.ii Ki;i> 111.11, iln-;. ai.' 1 lai-l. Iniw.-v. 1 linims.- ill : Wim' ".\!.-. i.-iiml' i ii.iv..;.'- ;. ..-ninl .-. Kill'. >j,(iki' a';;.ir.i .ml. iii.i Wii.i '.- iln- maiii- - .111 ni-ill.a- .' I 'm llii- » IS.- .ini'.v ttlnii vnn'ri- l.ilkim; a iPilT.r.l .\i'n-ki-ii>il n-i- o' mil 11..1 ami. -lasi.iiin IP:- iaw irmli ay 1.1- W.ll >1 1.1 i-- In, :; (!n- I.-ia.. T'n.> "ishia- lii.r '\ ai'. d. inn! il.! In p. I .\ a - ...ni;. n, iiin: n '.-•'inL .-..ii' .'" Cnll- nr- .-I 'l'- wi;!i al' i don'i 'i;.'" hi.- i-oai iPU -l'-ill• aim. s.iid in- v.-a> m.iini; m aint;.-:- ^.-ii 'i-.! \...-;Iii n' .-iii> pnanl Ki!. •• -.v. nii.n am' i-iniid ilii- 1. '.:••. .-h' •', ; IS i -haini i... '1 -'laii-- . h- ,- i-v- . said Inl- il I V.\..- ilm n . .- ^ .' i .id .lllii. 11' .-1 liiin-s 1 .1 kn In. .1 .Sin 11 vrr, .mil. " 'i-hiK'^ 'I llnP an-, ill.I- ha ,-p. Ill' nio ! "f h-id'H MilKKlvhiK that somothliic harpitiK.on that stil.J"of I c^uii i'" m Old-Fashioned Remedy The oiliest known remedy for Dyseatery, Diarrhea, Chctera- -'Morbus, Cholera-Inian '.uiTi, Colic and Craaijis—spscdy. ssfe and rchabltf in its action—is DR. D. JAYNES CARMINATIVE BALSAM FOT '7 ytnn ty-.r. reirtdyhas b;-:n s^jcces^lulty eniiiloyed for the relic, •lid cure cl all ccinpl»ir.ts .-if is nslurc. M:iny thous-ln-^ft of fnTriUc* .•re never without a bnitle cf tl.i*. ir.- vsti-.ablc spKiSe. For Summer Ccm- p.aint, GripinK Pain*, Soitr btoma h, Voir.itirut, Wind in the Stonmch ri.d na-jve!». Sea Sid -ncis, all Bov.-c! .^f- lect.ons. and Headache, HyM^rics a.nd .Nervomcen dse 10 urmarh and bawel derangement, jayne'i. Cnr- minalive Balsam will be found to pOTCesa wonderful curative atid tootbir:: Drcpcxties. Said ky lU *wgist* la ZEe. MtlM MTKi-a Tosie miarvGc i« i.; ivn--- 1 Irni I.J 1. u |.*!.«-«)>tr>-< ..itpr thr » r*'..?!!.:.; cluMiCB. wiuit,:to .iqfet blm. or her face fo fa «e right-away." Me nnd ceased tu worry .ibnut himself, and the effect h .ad been woudor- fiil. Ill i) few hoiir.s hp h .id reKoIned his former HtretiRth and d (>terininBtlon and the dan«or of his solnc into a ile- cliiic had passt'd. Hl .s wife .icoeptcd her faihcr to iicToniiiany ih «'in. .thi* |pd till, wiiy to ihc oinrp of the Insur- anrc niaiiatter who had siaiken of .Miifkrnyd's reoonl. They found him at hi.s desk, and Kitty, with tile air of a ipniMi 111' lr;!i;(>ily. said, farin.j; hei* husliand: "'.Now expiain if you c'lti;" . .Murkriiy*! ami ilio mana.^er looked i( I'.icli oth'^r and w»>ri' silnit. '\V .'!l • thi- lady's lather finally i>-^ki.il. -'is iiiihody noiiis to say riny- iliiim'."' "U'liai i- lllfTf to sity-''" asked the n.ilia'4t'r. I wish to know the -.vhole truth liiom my hiisliiiinr.s ii't-ord." .Mrs. 'duel; 1 ii\(I iiiiswrieil. Oh. Why. ymi see. we fouldn't ;ir- i-i'in him as a risk lieeiiuse one of his '.iraadfaihi-is died of luherciilosls." Hut the rei'ord—what ahniit that?" Tfi.-ii is ilie record." And i'-n'i ilieie any woniiia inixetl ip ill P."' "Ye-:, ihere is a wdiu.iii " 'Ml.' Who is she'.' WJiaf :ihiiiif |i-i '."' Ki'n's e;. I'S were llashliiu; danfer iiislv. "Oil" 01' his ;iua(s.' rhe .iwiii re- nlii'd. "seeiu.s in ha<e had ilie sanit ' roiildi' " When I'lifl'oi'd .Macki'oyd and his .'.•iP> leiirhed liDiiie she |iiif liei .irnis iriiilinl hi- liecl: .'iliil iisked him if he oiild i-Ver fii|--.;ivi' lii-i. I'll iij lo." -aid in-, "litit I wi.-h .1111 hadn': made as nli look so con- oiiinli'd foolish. ' "Tliars like a man." she coniidain- I'd • Yiiii i>U;;ht to he ;;lad that 1 took •1 •eiiou.-ly. It sliows how null h 1 ai.' Im .Mill." \nil liow liiiie faiih yoii have in ill- i;-ii sin- w;.,- sii han;i" 'hat slie- lidii'i miml vvhal he .-.PI. ..ad he <-(iii• idi'iiii i' -ni'i a •-•ood joke, that lie 'oi-jroi ill \-.-iiiry ahoiit hini-elf: si lei-haps i: u.-i- a ^'imd ihiim. afn-r ai' lial 'hi- 'ruih iP.oii; liis le.-iiid (-ame .III - ('hiiaiio Ki i-oi.l-ller.ild. \ Wandcrinl Cumiiound—Cures I'ilcs. Kczciiiii. Skin Ifchfusr. Skin Kmp- lioiis, Cnl- and Hniise<. Dnaii s Oiiitini.'n is ihn iiesi 'dun •ri-a;mi'iip and ihe eheaiiesi. hei'ii'ise !i;;!e is iifiuired lo cure. It curei- lii s after vears of lorinre. It :'iires oiisLliale casi.s ot eczema. It ;-n.r,all >U;ii itching. If cures skin lujiiions. It hejils c\n<. hniises eratciit's. aal alirasions without leiiv II;; a seal'. It ciir.s iieniian.'nily •)ia te.-n ianuiy p; iyes it. .Mrs. P. 11. Svfei!. of liaT .N'nrih St. ii'a. Kaii-sji'.. sMvs: •Kor a Imi:: tin" siilf'i-,''il f'.-.un a ((irilii., liiiriiiip.r an.' "•(-iiii!;;, oil my Irii ankle. I iliink t!' -aiisc wa^- uric ac d in ray system. .My "lull swelled to twice ii;: natural size ini I'.iiisi'd nie no <nd of suffering hiie the iichin's anii luiiiiinir oii my iiiM . ueariv drove ill • frantic. Thpf •fie tinifs thai 1 felt LII^ if I ciiili' 1 ar the fli.'h fio'ii the hone. Often •II ni'-;h; 1 could not sleep on nci-oiin- •'" I'l' liiisepv. Xolliiiic reli'.Ved 111' an 1 I lis. 1! iio-..ii'.< Ointment ".liich I.y sua nr.: .11 Ciias It. .Siienci-r Sr 'o •- il-in; -I.-",- 'I'll:- pieji.iratior -cnipi'telv •.•niovid 111" annoyance. 1 is'i il-ed II Ml- .1 .iK-e.-j/'ss ijj Ih . I'l r nil so >:i-v-i-e at liiniis that I cniih' ciirci l\ v.iii!;. The ;;reai ri'lief it nf indcd in.- .'un! has dnnn whenever 1 'av. l;.id caa-i tn u-e !t since then i-;T.es 11. • -,ali|e ta:airs Oin'iuenl I, .' liiiii) -A-i' P- cat! f'vpress." Fill --.li, hv all d.Mlei-s. I 'i'.-e II-.- l-'o^'i-r .Milhnr-i (-1) liiiffalo. N . -ill :i-:i nts |-or ihe fait"'' S'aii's. I; . le-jili. ;• th ' naiiic- III)..!]-- —an 'iki' no ollK-r. • hilil'v (.'rainlniothpr Kriiis-s .Suit lifcdxer >:{IMIIK( naniii--.'(>s. r.VBY. to Neyrs 0f ^le WE.SI.KY VUWT.U ."Ji laii. K.i< . O1-; I—.Mrs. Ora •iniiiin-oii. uf l'.!:;in,. Kan . ;;randnioth- '1' of 'lie f.niioiis "iiicuiiaior hahy." ' hii-li has l.'f: a nail of litiu'aiiun 'loii' Illinois III SoiiTherii Kansas, in- -tiimcil suit in ihn district court of •hautaui|iia county here today nzainsi \li-' Stelln [tarclay. rosier mother of he hahy. -riiomas .McMiany. a Kaii.sai 'iiy detective employed iiy her in (hi; •ase and l^i.neiie Mayes, a prominent •at;li-:nan of Kl.;;in, in the .sum nf Sln.- iiiii i.arh for inlnries and insulis al- ij"-'ed to have hecn sustained hy hi^r at Kif:in in .\iii;iisl. when .Mrs. llarclay \!e.\'!any and Hayes tried to Set possession of the child, which was then witli its nioiln-r. her daii;:hter. .Mr.s tieakley. .Mrs. It'eaklcy is helicved to he hi 'ndiaii -r.'ii-iiin y -.^iih ilie halp. .Mrs PaicJrtX now hi.- hai>e.is eori)ijs pio- -eedin^s peiidini; in liie Hutler coiintx -ouit wiih reference 10 the child. ri..VYiM; VOLLEY B.\LL. i. t»!<l tiainc M<'iii!.' Hevhed at Y. M. C. \ Koom«i. Voi 'i 'V liaii. the .pime which prov- ' i) a favorite last .winter at th" \. .\i ('. .-\. rooms Is h.'iii.c r.'Vived asain and every nlKlit iPtrinK the wc-ok the name is li<.|r.(; playeil. Tonlcht the 'I it.I nieetjui; i)f i))e hiisiness men": iiiiiasliini class is to he h.'ld and is expecti /1 that a Ranitf of Volley I'al) win wind up the evenlnc'v work Mr. (leorRe Heniiiiln.if came In FrI- dn.v from Colorado wli.'re lie went to look for a location. , .Mr. Himtinir has iiiii'chased the Pyles farm. Kred. Talley and. Mister. Kdna .went f..' Kan.n.-is City .Saturday for a week".'* \nRU and si.sclii s'H'inB^ in the city. The friends of Dawson Y'oiinf! were '-••ad of his return from Uliiioi.s whi'r.'» III' spent the Slimmer. Qiiile ji iiiiiiiher :itrendeii rhe Fa'r at lola. •Mis.s Flora Rocrrs and Grandpa Smith reiiiriu.-i Weiinesday from Chil- i-oothe. Mo. Mrs. Hissiiii? y:))eiit Thur.>ilay aff-r- iiooii witli .Mrs Smith. I.a<t Wednesday hem; Mr. T. .1. nanslierty-s .".nth hirthday, ahottr .".7 •if his friends and iieiRhbors met in 1 e evi.nln'4 anil f-'ave hini a comidete siirjirlse. A rood fini». was^ had hy •ill iiresent. both yoiinp and old. Th? e'.-en'nir was .stient with nius-ic hy .'rapltaplioue and hand, and ali went iway wl-irni!; hini many happy re- ••irns (if ;hi' day. and hoiiin? to vpeud -"ai'v niore as I'lipnyahle i-venlilBr;. .»ith ho.si and ho.ste .is. F'romain of Osac- 'i'wp .Sunday •?c 'iiiiil convention tn Ir- held :ii Oay 'ni Onloher ItmT: .nnii.M .vfj .sR.s.stox •i 'i. IIII - I) vin -oiKil. r; as Harvfv. "i -.:',ii W'lat II"- t'li' f-haracti'risiics 01 i )n' fliii'iiini: F:x>-r('iseK of :i Li -ii d Sunday Sciionl W M. .May Mill .1. Ilawsoii 1"--Review of Siindiiy Sehn'd I.e?- son. Kraiiklin Smith. ' I Mill- Ri'ciialion. fiuer.nie I!-st. .11 Mill: I" tp.ve .\iiv-ce for Devloiiiui; Voiiu'i Tenchi'i's. lla'.id Itustoii and .Inhll I'ye. .<i.iii; hy Ha/i'l Ifeader. P.'.ii Vdiliiss hy I'resident of tin- (iniapv tiiinday School .\s.-iieia 'ion. <-!ias .Mckiilyhi. Vdjoiiiii for llinii -r. \i -"ri -:KNf)(j.\ sKssio.v. ' (111- Jii'voliiin.-il. .'dis. l>!inla)i. '.".II II.iw .\la.\ Sunday Schools in a -lowiishiii Hi.si ll'i-Ip Kach Oth.;. l-"ori! Ulunfiind K .M Ho.-li-y Mns.c. ': l.'i KI ciiiiion. l.oia Shnv/.-. I-.".:, is Mas'h .i!! IMI:! Similar Aiiiu'-e n-ias Sahhalh Hesecraiion T. .f I laiiKhei-pr, Iter. Wharton. "ir Sen'-' hy Ne'.iic Shockey. : i;.'.- T. iiip.'r.ir.re. .'iscu.-s.'d liy It'V .\Ic.\rtliiir. ': 1". Solo hy (Iiiirr^e fox. •:."i.-. How Can a i'astoc Serv ng Two i-r more Churches. Hesi Serve the Siiinlay School Interests of Kach? Hi'v. ilranham. '.lir. Is it r .e.st to Have Scholars of Oppo.s:!.. Se.xes in th • Same Class in the Sunday School.' .! W. F-'ranie and Mrs. Carri" Decker. -vepci-is from Schools. Colli-ctiiin. .Vdjoiiinment. ' Sunday school workers frnni other 'livnships are cordiallv invited to help nsci-s the different sillijects. 1.. \V. lUfMJI.VS. Secy. IF AtL MEN•ere of the same bpinioa there woui e no horse races, and upou fir** ^oni;Iit. one wovid .hitik ••slrlf* ould be ao unknown quantity. Bm 'link of all men trying to marry fb. line wotnan—all men in the 8im« ine of business—all men advertls ng. Then, as it la now, the rac vould be won by the best man—thi leverest advertiser. A man who doei ot advertise la competitor to hi' •eighbor In name only. He lo like 1 an fishing without halt, If he catch 1 anj'thlng it is chance only, no reconrelvr-d In plas and action. Tbi dvertislng columns of tne Re;;l^tei ^era with customers for the julvnr ser. Ar9 you there with rour bli MKKKST r\ A KAN.Sl.S IIK-IIU AY 'nrnicr-. Hi 'tHeon Fort Kilej and Fort Lcawnnorth Want .Millljirv Uoad. I.ea>-enworili. Ka.s.. Oct. I.—Veiiirui • I. Pierce, chief en.iiineer of ihe uuv- 'rnnieni pnhlic mads hiireau. returned lere last ni;.'!it afrer speiidiii-i a wc-k :is)iectiim routes foi the proposed mil fary road lif-fween I'ort Leavenworth i:d Fort Hiley. Mr. I'ierce started runi Lawrence yesterday niorniii.:; and ,1. coaimiitee of citizens trave !e 'J v irh lilll to Iteiio. They were niel at thi mini Iiy Coni;re.ssn)aii I), ft. .-Xnihony • nd ahout twenty farmers. Ht^no iiwnsliip people pledp-ed all the rock lecessaiy and offered fo haul it to any .oin; desiiid for the road in thai o'.vnsliip. .\ his ineeiint; was held at r .onKailoxie. where similar pli-d'_'ei were made. Karmers met Mr. Pierce and Mr. .Vn- liony all aloni; ihe i-nad In Stranj:ei- ind i-'air'moiint townships, offerins iook and other assi.stance. .Mr. Pierci vvill make iiliothi-r trip west from here iirobahly hy Siirin^dale and McLoiith lefore refiirnin.:; to Wai-liinmon. wiiea "le will prepare a report on the conditions for liuildin;; the road. V,'.\.\-TKD—Cook or iiirl for Rcneral work. .-Vpply at once tit St. .laines Hotel. I ..JI Harpe. W.\.\TKD—Chop and hraii .sacks a! .7 cents at Claihornes .\iil!. ' W.A.VTKD—Position hy voimK lady steno.iirapher. Hank and otlice experience. Phoae Tn."... WANTED—Rock loaders at Kansas Portland Cement Plant. Inejulre nt Quarry at Concrete. WANTED—Cook at the lola Hoiif^C- WANTED' -Mlaoallaatius WANTKD—To rent a .c;o()d house, close in. lii-piiie at 1-l'i- South Wa.sh- int,'toii. W.A.^TKD—A place for a boy or girl to work for hoard whi.e attending the lola Business College. Telephone Main 4;i.'>. W.ANTKD—At once, yount; lady want.s room In jirivafe modern house- Address F. S.. this offlee. fOR SALE-"REAL ESTATE KOrt SALK—The property at I'nti South ISiickeve. Kvan.s. P.ros. FOI: SALE—Ki.i^ht room hon.'^e. four blocks from square. $I,SiiiJ.Oii,, part cash. Phone ilir.. FOlt ltl'..\-l- • .Modi-rn S room hoiise with fuiij.-ice. -phoiie :;a. FOrt S.\LE — 1 roomed hoti .He, w.-fter and si-'.ver connections. $'#0 cash, J12 \ month. (;race Arnold, phone ?M>. TO -rUADK - 1-1.r lola :iei..- -. of land i:i I offey v.eil K'. H:i\. Iiioperi-.-. 111! ciiui' Ili-;1- n^R SALE'MisoaUaaooun FOR .SALE—C.ood mare with foal. Call a', -.'in West street. FOr: SALK—Household .wods. Jn- ipiiie .lack .laniison. 11- So-iih Coiioii- woikl. rOfi REHI' MisoaUamaous VoA KE.\T—Six 'tooni house, six hlocW frfi-.n sipiaro. See M. L. D.:ck- er. 1*11 -N'onh Sycamore. Phone fiJi;. FOR KENT—Furnished -;iM .Vol th .lefTerson. roiiius al K5IGHT^ OF VACCAB^Sr- Knlghta of Maccabees of -the Wo^d meets in K. P. Hal!, second rand totmh Wednesday nights In each'mpntlL J. W. Post wait, commander; R.B.Por­ ter, record keeper. W. 1). W-—Camji No. Idl meets In- K. of P. Hall every Friday ntgbt W, T. Steele. C. C; A.H.DdTlB, CIe »i Visitors cordially Invited. kxini![T?~OF ~PrEIIlAS^Neosho Lodge No, 4a meets every Monday night at K. of P Hall. VJsiUng brothers invited W.S.Thompson, C.C.; Chris Rllter, K. of R. aind'.S. W, A.—The M. W. A. Lodge meets every Friday night In M. W. A. hall. Visiting brothers invited. W.H. Anderson, V. C; W. A. Cowan, Cleric. ~itlUA£^EfCHBORS.^ioia~'camp, No. i '.65. Royal Neighbors, meets B60 nnd and fourth Tuesdays of eacb month. .Mrs. P. A. Wagner, oracle; .Mr-t. .Mary llutton, -413 West Street. Recorder. • , , • F. A. A Golden I^eaf Gouncfl .No. ii'>2. F. A. A. meets flrjt and Vthlrd^ \V-,!iiesday nights in each month in K. P. Hall. C. K. Laceyi president: .Mi.s.s .Mable Rhorback, secrcj^rr^ ; FiaTERXAL BROTHEBIIOOD.- Fraternal Brotherhood Noi'380 meeti second and fourth Tuesdaya of ca«il| month In A.O. U.W. Hall. Viaitlng members cordlaly invited. W. H. At' der.Hoii, president; Golda ^lam,. aecT^. tary^ ,. .Iiiiiiiir Order l-nlted American W*- . chaiiic!;.--.Meets every Wednesday ev- eniiiLC at s o'clock in K. P. Hall. All visitin;; memliers Invllwl. R. A, Widick. Conncelor; C. B. Black, Rec Se-rntary. . - . . - ::..;,' BUS/MESS OIREOTjORY JEWELERS. / ^ II. F. Pnncoast, old reliable Jeweler, 1 In Kast slreer. Complete court at the best achool for stammerers in America at on»r half price Utis fall and wfater. WhlUf for Infonnatioif^at once. M .bKle School for Stammerers. 27i>G East 12th Street, Kansas City, Mo. . 'l'-' • FOR ni -:.\T—I'"urnislied lioiise. modern. .Apiily this ofhce. ONLY A FKVY AMKRH AN 1»!»S, ler^li^lrr YVant Ad*., 1c a fforiL '7> I'er Cent of Adniinil Kvuns* foal to pe Fnrnished hj Foreieii Finn*. W.ishington. Oct.- I.—Refore loav- im; Washington the president instruct •d .Admiral C'owles.f chief of the hu- icaii of ennipment. who has been har.sed with the furnishing of the oal needed for Admiral Evans' PH- eifir cruisie. to inform the .American lidder .-f for" supplying that coal that he juesident would' be willing to iward the rontract provided that bids were not more than :">i1 per cent in excess of the foreign bids. Tliey have lieen Kiveii until Wednes- dav to reply, for at that date award.^ will be made. Owing to the fact that thii» iDial of the American bids rover entlrelv about 2^ per cent, of the coal needed for -the cruise, it will be nec- eswiry lo aw.ird cnntraetK for the T.'i per rent remaining to the owners of tj,(. joii.l-jn boltrans. FOR RENT—Furnished down stairs rooms for housekeeping. 316 South '.Valniit. Its Economy To hsve your Carpets and Rugs cleaned by Theiola Rog Factory VHONE 510. Evans 0rosi; .Oi PaMm. oam. Bomlni MImlJ _ I : Ottlnm SuttmUmmm Where qnality is main consid' eraticin. we buy the beat. 'Where demands will justify," Ve carry all. grades and prices." ' We Sollelt Tavf rt>aiiam COUTH SIDE tQijAflB Sola, Kai»«ii''=' " "IROV tillLl." It) LJVK l.\ K. (. Kii'/eiie Wurv ui rojieka l> to liead a NcH Law Firm in That t'lty. Kansas City. Oct. I.—i':ug> i;e Wat". I.f Tojieka. poi-i. wit and lawyer, is. co;Ili^.^ to li'.e i;i Kansas City. .Mr' Ware w.ll head a now l;iw firiii. Ware. | .Ve'.siin i: Ware. cfunposeii uf .Mr. j '\Var .. Ha'.ii'ii T;e!snii. arid -Mr. Ware'.sj • r.iinnes! vf,;i. .\l:- Xeison i' .Mr.' War.'S soa-iti law .Mr. V.'are v.ill s-P. ; his home ill Toiieka. .Mr Ware h:!--! written hninired..; of •o"n!s and rh.ii!i>s ti at have Inn! '.vide ••rciPatitm in t'ais coiititr .v iini England. _ He lias usually written ii'.ider the r.aai'. 'if •'Ironipiiil." .Mr. War-* Irif.ei!. as h.' -ays. into th" i-astiuie t{ poi ; ry am; the biisiiu-ss of law from a h.-riKss mak'T-.s bench. He sf -rvi -i V i!h .list action in ih" Civ't AVar after v.hi'h he moved to F-irt Scott. Kans.. and op-.'ied a harness shop. Laf.^r ! :• edit'd a newspaper in which many of his p'...'iis ,i;ipea!"e'. lie went t{i \ dial: Terr'iory ic Iiy.. on a inch ami ihei-e he r>ail la '.v. When he reiurn ;•• Forf Scntt ho was ad.i>itted to fhe 'i.-ir. Fitreen ;i "ars a,:o re move; PERFECT WIGK,!|SS^aitj§lF)»rE SAFE CONVENIEKT • i ECOMMiCaL If yoQr«iirie*iWt hMifijifc wtt «ii't» I THE STANDARD oiClCOMPAtnTi ••'1 Tr .p'-la. ai-.d became' a member of till law firm of c ;i?eih TVare-& Qle«d. He has- aiip .ired in many notable cases. I 'residi 'ut Rorj;eve !t ^i ^ipothted Mr. Ware I-nited Stan's peiision commls- s finer. Aiiril U. PjOi.'. tO succeed iH. Clay Evans. _Mr. Wara -reslgned Janiu ary 1 t'MC. and returned lo the firm "I rjleeil. War- &- Gleed In TopekaL - ROOSEVELT ><;T (JIYEX- CKEDIT.- •JlTfathrrim.l hr^v, n miS^ri-r frlin rlctc b.-i4ai-!i« f'.r 11..S lu't l«. Ill;- .jr.. ; .-ar« m..!: ti.!vi;r r .mn.l any r .-a «-f until 1..: l,.-:rii" In',;.!,:: y..tir'CA^.fnr..tN. ainrQ hi ii»-< ..f smi l».a,i; l.a,..i.r«ls !«- ti'-tr bi-l I'm b.-3il .-..-li.-. lUi-r l:av« «nlir ^ly clir-.l bim. Cuft 'AT 'm .:•> ..-.iiBi y..rt r— -.--ulnMii.*. t:.r':i l*» do. I wi.i I- >e fyn (.rii .e-;.-.. <if uiiur ki< nsma.* K.:J. tf,,-kftifu Ili .-'J l:r-ti:.*;.-ht.. W.lu Jikuapulii,In'ii. ri »a». .t. Pa. i.trle.i .-nt.TMtnniMMt. ntnootf. ''"i'.T''"" "•. "•-'I"'" orJiniHf '*:. »~,U<: Xrnt •uM In tiiilii. i lei if *ttiuiCM iAia«9 ptaiii|i«ti CCC. uuttraut'iau Lo r-im or i»vr tnim^ l>ae^ SterlltiB ntmuJy Co.\ Cl .inago orK.Y. 348 ANIUAL SALE, 7EKMILU0N BOXES i.stead (' UIIN Attention to ^iirlM» omi.'isien'* at Hn^e C/onferencp^ ' The Hasiie. Oc:. 1.—W; T. Stead bai; - luildished in the CiMirier of -iha con- ' ferenrf an artic:e headed "Honor to Whom Honor is Due." lit which re-; call's, tiie' t-hree^ occasions when the., conference rendered . ' internatiodat "co'irtesies. and notes the omission of a'.iy stich recogniiioir pi President Itooseve 'iT. ••without whose impttlsiy^ initiative there would have be^ .no conference in ID07." ; I ' "' .Mr. Sfeaii says he believes the prd^- prieiies of internationir intfrcoura^ have been shocked by this i^nsplcnr oas, although unintentioiia.l. lieglect of President Roosevelt hy the conference.'. , jlle add.-i that Senor narhosa.j Brail^ V'^^ whose position entitled him to exprem- the sentiment ol I ..atln -Aiqerlea, niigii.ti< he able to suggest a reme^ whereW V^A the conference, even ai^th'e'^aterentlt 4 ,1^ hoiii. might remedy' this ?'ciirl6tis rirnlssion." ••'•£,"' ' Hegister Want .AAB„ le M.VCtlf%^^^.

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