Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 2, 1907 · Page 3
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7lie iVev^ Ooods Command A ttentlbnm W E are showing the choicest novelties "Trom the best sources of (he markets, and a reliable representation of all of Fati's creations in ^gant Millinery, Fine Dress Goods and Trimmings, and a 'ine of Cloaks that we are proud of. We invite your criti* cism and patronage. Oui Fair Prices on Merchandise that is absolutely dependable also command attention. The New- Fall Goods look very tempting just now, and all departments are very replete. RtCHARDSOM^S SUBdhir of the Trams Amerfnui Lngii«.; Detroit 88 3 Philadelphia 84 5 Chlcaso S6 ti Xew Vork 67 < '•St. Xjoviit .......... Boston "J S S \Va.shini;toti ,48 'J .611 .601 WhiTe Thi -r Play Todaj, C'levoland nt Hi'lmlolijhla. ChlcaRO at .N>w York. St. I.ou(8 iit Ronton. Dftroit at Wa.shlngtoH W'Hsh'njfton. Oct. 2—Th" iHitrolt tKilay aealn i |;nion»?ratpd the "taylnp Mial.lh-s that have al|rnall/e<l their I'iajinir In th*- East ami won out af ii-r havlui; allowed their opponents ti^ M vfhat appeared to be a winninc lead. In the sixth innini: wlMi two men (•ii; Slid thf score ."J to I in faror o'" W'ashiunton. Tohb !)"2an a battlnp ral ly with a siinl;> tn center. Rossma hit -nto the crowd in left fielfi fo two ha.sfs. Cobb goine to third. Cough lin lio'ibled to rieht. t.Tllyin? Cobb and Ros.-;man ami ticlns the .seore Srluniilt drove Coiighlln home with sinelc to left, and the inning ended with the score. Detroit 4. Washins t<in :;. D.-tro't rliuphed the ;;atite in t'l nr\t inn-ns. Schaefer scnrine after two wi -re ont. on his sinsl'-. a steal ami Crawford's single to renter. Th score: NOTES FROM lA HARPE .4. E. i.\niiii.i> ;MI.L JMM.I: I «»!{> KXinim IILKK. TIIK JOE MATTY TO mi ON SIREETS !'i:r;i'<i I ;!<<'. m ..>: yt;i:s "id I'<i';i; 1 i.iif. iliidi". ; ..id ' i\ I .1* f*. 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Hiul wi'l mu laiiyf I! i!:li'.'^ i 'iiink i; is a^nnr :is >•-• ;-.-<.ti;i! :• i.ii!.-' a'll'.lt' inf ''i.' •Aunian Washington AR H 0 A F Milan, rf 4 0 1 1 0 r.anlcy. If 1 4 «i n i. irhanty. .... ;; II .1 2 1 nkVhlii. lb 4 11 .s 2 e C. .loncs .cf ... 4 1 0 li Warni'r. c :; 11 :: I Phi like. :'.b :', .» •> 2 f O'nrien. ss n 0 1 1 T. Smith, ss ... 1 II 1 0 e .lohn.siin. p :; 1 •> 0 !• 'Ka^o. 1 11 ft II n 1 0 l> 11 0 U 2 . I».Ul n ... ..... To'.lis s 27 11 0 U 2 •Itatieil :natt.'d for Warnnr in ninth, for Shipka in ninth. I)<-trrit AH M n .V K li. .Ir.nev. If 1 II 0 II 1 •'chit f-r :•!) . . . ;; •, •I 1 Cri-wfonl. <f ... t I 1 II 1 I'lil.b. rf 1 ;; •1 I 1 Itessm;.!!. ]I> ... 1 I in n 1 ('(iiiiilil 11. . . . 1 :; II n 1' Sclimlilt. '• I I t'l 2 ' (> l,>-ar\. s- .... 1 II 1 II S'l'ver. I 1 tl II I 1 Totiil.s ",7i 11 2 * 10 1 Wa^hiiiKioii i>flriiit ... Two basi- CouKhlln. . .11112 Ion niiii—: .. imi iiii:; imi — .loiii s. Kosnnian hit Schaefer. hits—C. Sacrifiit .Stolen l.asi.s—Schai'ltT. Colib. <ianle> 2 Shipke. ()Hr;.-n. Iioul.le pla..- C.ifili to liossiiiati. Bases tin l-alls— (Iff .lohnson 1. off Si-ver 1. Sinie (Hit—Hy Johnson ."1. In- Siever U. rhlladrl|>liia Shuts Out CleTeUnd. Phila.lelph a. Oci. 2.—i'hilad-iphi kept up the fisht fur the ,\nKricai I.easue iK'nnanl by shiittins out Clevi land foflay in easy fashion. Today vicioi-y of IK?troit ovi r Washington ii.aki^s tile sianiiinK of the two lead • •••s rhe .saim- a.s b;>fore the .sanieK T hi- weather was coo! ami the attend aiscf about S.miii Th..- score: i: •ii< . nanit llaiiii . .1 M; IT' 1 li.:- lii.- .lis- . M'l'i-:' I'. :.-i.:;i ; :'\ • . a-h;:t: . : I : ^ •* i;,' :i •—1 ! . I : li.' i :is fa'i- p..-A -ill "> . 1 I:"- ti) 1)1-; Ml - .^ia^Ill•l!J ill 1:111 •.viiilt^ '»> -I-; tliiiiiitT I:\ orilcr to i!i'- .t-\.-i. >iin sl.'iiild li'i.. :li>| .iiii;iii.-il packaui- la 1 li:i\ !• i:.-:.:s 111 V-. iiji ' 111- n; h'T • .:i !>Mn:>- " I'.vii iir,'!-'- •:.-shi, •id. I ,1 1>n •'. a:' ^^!.<- !'iT»ieiaN. van- •••rnrii.-.i M :i> i.; i'.i Ok;i;i.m;:i <'i'\. !i'-i" -.rn af- A ::h r. I.. I A flii: Uppertnutfy. i 1,•...•p.- iniiii.--> in a !i-::ilii.ia'e i'.n-;-;iMss p.:n':ineiit fo increasiiiir iii- rii.'i*- ;::uai an;>->-ti. K.|ita.' par I iiership. »dd:-tss R.i"iii Kri^^ci) Miiildir.c. .l.iDi'ti. .Mo. f':.'v»>iaiii! An H 0 A l-"i<-k. rf :: 11 1 1 itra.ilev, •;!> . .. . :j '1 2 II .\-!lI. s- 4 1 1 .» I.ajoie. 2b 1 1 ."1 Hem is. c ( 1 :: I W. M. Ifcf 1 1 :: II rVhni. cf If I II 'I ti I.isler. Ill p. II IM II n rcer. p 11 II II II Khoa.Ies. {1 (1 II •1 'Clarke 1 II II II 'I'l.tals :: 1 1 21 11 'Haf. .1 lor ItiTKi-r in th'rd. I'hila'li-Iphia ilari".-'. If . Ni'-ii"l's. ss S I-.'* l.i'lil. rf . Diivi-. li. .. .Muridu. 'ill I'ollius. :;!i . Olilrin..-. cf . Si-hnck. . 1.-It. p .. An ...1 ... t H II n » 1 II I 2 I Tot lis ::ii III 27 1.". Clevi-iaiiil nnii O'lil fldti- I'hilail.'h.liia I2II dnO HI*-4 Two !ia:-.e hits— Lajoi.-. Hits—Off iN-rEii- 2 '11 2 iun'ncs: off Rhoad*'S in <• iuii tills. .>iac'lflr.-> hit—Old- riiiu. Stolen basis—.Mill. Davis. Hit pifc; ,,,-_i>..-K. rt. [{ll.iH'les. 1 : I 'V •ii —llhiiaili-s. 1. Struck Dycert. .S. out \ turd. This is I', certify that all drii2«isls •ire iiinhiirize.l fo refund your money it Foley's Hiim-v and Tar fails to cur' y.iur I'oimli or cold. It stops the i-oiiuh. heals the lungs and prevents serious resu'ts from a cold. Cure: la urijipe coiiirh and prevents pneu im.nia and consumption. Contain.s nc opiate.s The genuine is in a yellow packaiie {{efn.se substitutes. Hurrell's Woman's J-18 Women's troubles very often occur regularly at a certain time every month. Bc- caose this may have been so all your life, is no reason why It should continue. Many thousands of v/omen. who had previously suffered from troubles simUar to yours, due to (^iisorder of the womanly organs, have found welcome relief or cure In that wonderfully successful medicine for women. Wine of CardUi "I atn veil pleaded vith the results of using Cardul. I have ,.free from pain and have gained 25 pounds In weight": WRITE US A LETTER MrsI Leota Forlc, of Tcledo. 111., writes taken three bciUes and am now perfectly wel . ..i.^,^^,^.... „ Book for Wonn. If you B«d JKcdtcal Ad> Ocgt.. The Ch«tti«onB« Mt^ioae Co.. CiMttMWt*, Tfn. Writ* loJjy for * free cotj af valiuM *6l -PMt lllustnied Vic*. dt%anbt your synvrais, Lafiti Atvuonr ~ BOARD OF EDITATIOX TTILL MEET MO.\DAT ETEM.^& 'insuninbe Will ALLOW OTEACHERS SAMiB FIRST EXAXINATIUX L> SCHOOLS 0(1 IK TOXOKROW. I'unTrrted Jew. Ker. Sclirnaan, Ad- dressnl AatllMicr In Opera Honse IjLit Mybt Bimrd nf Edaration Will Jleet Xaoday The lioard of education of the city jchfxils will ine«t next Monday night in rejfiiiar ^session. The most Import int thing to come before them will be :he allowinji; the first month's salary list. The teachers and employees wil le allowed their first month's salary Other business of importance will be transacted. EsaiuluaUoii rbarsday. The first monthly exaniinaUon, will 'le held tomorrow^. The esaminatloa will be held every month during the ichool year. The examination Is not inly held in the lii;;h .schofxj] biif in ivery «ra4e in the city sch<M>ls. This is the fourth week of the city schools May Play Friday. The local nianper of the local foot Kill team is'atteniptine to jZft a pame .vith the .Moran team to be played •n this city next Friday afterni.on. V o late yesterday afternoon they had lot secured any definite reply front the Inrjniry alnint a same. The .Moran earn is supposed to be one of th«l best • n this part of the state and doii1>tlesF will play th elocal team a good game .\niKiiinci-nienis will be made later whether or not the same will be plav ed. CiinTerted Jew Last Mi;ht.. The converteti .lew addressed arse audience in the opera bouse last liuhf. This .lew has been speakln!; It vurions places in this county for ihe past two weeks, ijast Siindav he addressed the Y. M. C. A. In lola. He ilso talked at the Itaptist church in lola laht Sunday. His address last iif;ht was very interestint?. tVillinni Yoiuit Sirk. U'llllHin Y'ount who was taken from he unielfers to his: home yesterday nornInK because of a serioiis aftacV if /Inc jHdsonInK 14 ihoiiitht to lie 'otne better today. For a time he wat hoiicht to be in a very serious conrti ion. This pidstmiDK has about the ianie effects as the cramps. r. r. Lnrrorlt .Ma*rd l!oB<ie» C. C. I.ticcock of lola drove his en -•ine fhroiijrh the street.* of fSas Cit yesterday to South Gas where he has contract for moving a house. He wi .e«in immediately. Persona K Mr. and -Mrs. W. .1. .lohnson Wichita were calling on oW friends in he city yesterday afternoon. They .ormerly lived here but are now visit !nK in lola. a. T. Harland of Deerinp. Kaii.sas came in yesterday afternoon OH a hori li!i.»iness visit. He will return :o his home this evening. The I.adies' .\id society of the .Meth lodist church will meet with .Mrs. D '. Kakin. 21" .Vorth .McRae. at two p !U. Kvery nietnlier urgently rc<|iiested :o be present. K»ery .Han, >YA .>TEn. and H'nman Inlu. f'liiid ill 'n call at our store for the jtreatest rrpuKih cr<>aior and health restorer vlii<-h we have ever sold—V'Innl. It s not ii jiatent medicine but the most aliiab.e cod liver preparation' made y an extractive and concentratinc rocess from fresh cod's livers with- lUt a drop of oil to naiise-ate and iiji- :et the stiiniach and retard its work in'l tonic iron which is a needful onstltiient for the bloml added. We do not believe there is a person in this vicinity who cantioi be lenefifed by Vinol at this .sea.son of he year. Vinol is delicious to the taste, and if is recognized as the zreatest strenslh creator for old peo- ile. weak, sickly women and children. MiirslnK mothers, and after a severe Ickness. Vinol is nnei|ualed for hacking ousfhs. chronic colds, bronchitis and II tliroat and I UUK troubles. Creates in appetite and makes tfiose who are oo thin. fat. rosy and healthy. We have had so much experience ^virh Vinol and seen .so many wonderful results fnim Its ii.se that we offer II return money without question If dues not accomplish all wip claim for it. S. R. Iturrell. drupaist. lola. Kansas. Tn a .Muther. Ihiff your hat and whisiier low While somelxxlyd hoy Is lowered below Someliody's l>oy lies cold and sweef Rested forever the little tired feet: Closed for siK>d the little brown hands Closed like the icy iron tight bands That wring with pain some mothers' heart And lirini? hot tj'ars to her eyes with a start "Poor lltttle fallow." he had to go But tell me frnt ifully you who know. Is he losinR thucb in his childish years leaving forever this vale of tears? —Anonymoua. My In most cases consumption re.-talts from a iiesleeted or Improiierlv treated cold Foley's Honey and T^r cures the mo:-t obstinate coughs and prevents serious results. It costs you no more than the unknown preparations Slid vou should insist upon haying the genuine in the irellow packagtf. Rnr- reir» drug t«orel i Gi mmm ^ biff fiff'^'-*^^ offered -WJ Stance injurioi^s f.i the health (cnr.di ^ • ia CftlMmet Unking Piiwilc;. ]P«rlly H I a prime esisentt.tl in T OCH I; CTj||lintl*t is madconlyof pun.', uii.:lcsom5 1 ^ Ingredients cmliinod by skilicfl cl:c3i!..:t •. I and compliw mth the pure f'wxl 11 v of ^all states. It is the only hiRli-f;r.i(l» Bakinjf Powder on the i:-.;ir:.c: ::.>:j nt »a moderate pric«.>. kCalmnrt Baking Powder may be F freely u.<»d with the certainty that loo<l made with it contaitu no hnrnirnl druxB—It is rhenifrally correct and makes Por^ Wholesome •Food. WA.NTED—.A. middle aged woman for general housework. Apply 13 .N'orth Sycamore. ; WANTED—Cook or girl for general work. Apply at once at St. James .^otei. La Harpe. KA -iGHTs or . miccims^n. Knights of Maccabees of - tKH wdirWi,.^^ meets in K. P. Hall, second aiiAJigg^^^;^ Wednesday nights In eiuiti,ta0BaiiW*^^ib'M W. Po8twait,\ commander; R.Bir ter, record k^per. W. 9. Camp No. lOlUMfl ^.m' W.A.\TED—Chop and bran sacks afiK. of P. Hall every Friday T. Steele, C. C; .•> cents at Claiiiorne's .Mill. W.\XTRD—Position by young lady stenographer. Bank and office exjier- ience.. Phone 703. WANTED—Rock loaders at Kansas Portland Cement Plant. Inquire at ^narry at Concrete. WAMTEO' 'MtMltm WA.\TEI>—To rent a pood bouse. '.:lose in. imiuire at H'4 South Washington. WANTED—A place for n boy or girl 'M work for board while attending 'be lola UuslnesB College. Telephone Main 495. FOR SALE"R£AL ESTATE A, H. DarlBi ^CNtlR^^ Visitors cordlaiiy fnTlted... KMGHTS OP PITBU &n-Ni _ Lodge N'o. 43 meeCa»8TOI7!Mo •iillr' nlght at K. of P Haik yiBilttait ^^i^S thers invited. W. 8. TboaNpwMi,'- .^4 Chris lUtter. K. of R. anArB.!:. ••^":?^W;g| "S7 "\vrA.-The «;.!pr :'A^;LbiiJ-:?| meets every Fridaynigbl'ln Ipi.'IPiiifc b.iM. yisitlng brothers InVltii**! Wi* Andeir8on,_V.C.; W. A.Cowai^ jBjJgtef^ FOR SALE—The properly SoQth Hnrkeye. Evans HrtJs. at 2113 PGR SALE—Eight room bouse, four blocks from square. $1,800.00, part cash. Phone 615. \ FOR RE.N'T—.Modern -S room hoit.se with furnace. Phone 39. FOR S.\LE—1 roomed bouse, wat^r and sewer connections. $50 cash, $12 t month. Grace Arnold, phone 306. TO TRADE—For lola property, lilil acres of land in Coffey county. I'.ed- well & Ray. FOR SMlE'mimoBUamoom No. 365. Royal Neighbotflii m»lfM-\t ond and fourth TueBda9«r» of 'mem:' month. Mrs. P. A. Wagner, "oridi;'' Mrs. Mary Hutton, 413 Weft fltP|«U Recorder. -i' " II • F. A. .W-rOolden Leaf Coanett'.i No.: 462. F. A. A. meeu first and tUrd Wednesday nights in each moaJIk^lv IK. P. Hall. C. E: Lacey, preaMit^ |^ MIsa Mabte-fihorbacfc/ sacyatajry, • y. -. h Fraternal. Brotherhood No. SM masU second and fonrth Taesdaya oif'ewi.: J S month la A.O. U. W. Hall. members cordlaly invited. W; H-'Jii* ? .t derson, president: Goida Elam.' . _^_at_a^::^ Jnnlor Order mited AmrkHt ..li chanlcs Meets every W'^Jdaadajf-rwr- ening at 8 o'clock la K,-P, Wttt^iAtt',-^-i$i visiting members InTited;; 'ICt Widick. Couhcelor; C. B.-fl?liidt;.iltt|«tr;"'* Secretary. -••"'^^•''.-'[^'^jir% FOR SALE—GotJil mare with foal. Call ai 210 West street. - FOR SALE!—lloiisehold coods. In- ipiire .lack .lanii^on. 112 South Cottonwood. FOR SALE—A wid :i-chair barber shop. Cheap, d. F. ltobin.>!. I.,a Hariie. fOti Ran- mimomUi FOR RE.NT—Six riMjin house, six blocks fr<mi 8<|iiare. See M. L. Decker. 211 .N'orth Sycamore, iPhone '.iZfi. FOR RENT—Furnished i;ii| .North Jefferson. rooms FOR RENT—Furnished house, mod- rn. .Xpiily thi.^ office. I FOR RE.\T—Furnished down stairs rooms for housekeeping, 316J South WalnuL ! LET THE REfHSTER FOLLO^V TOD Before you go on your vacation eave your address at this odice and, Jie Register will follow you. If you j do not know your future jaddress write the Register as soon as you are ocated and the paper wiU t>e{started Immediately. It win be Just like re-! elving a letter from hobie and will; reach you every day. The price of the i Register for o'U-of-town 8ubacrl(»- i tlons Is 10 cents a week. Thone your ! on!er »o No. IK or 222. Its Economy To have your Carpets acd Rugs cleaned Til'lola 8Dg Factory rHONE S1I. Lfvihgsf^ii^ All klirtte of «ark-« a Senlli 8i ~ : r : V. • ,, i For Sale I Cheap. GoodfJT City Property. 8«e the' -;• . THE JAVHAWKEB Cfts^^ for quick resMta. Okf Cbnrtf •Junrot^'Djsijirt^^jll

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