Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 4, 1907 · Page 5
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THE lOIA.TimY BECBffgBR-TB^^Iiyg VblsrfeMfy Ifoaplltef West Street, lola, one block frbm square. Diseases nl domesticated animals successfully trea|ted .charges moderate,g6od boxstalLsforpatients Calls answered promptly night or day, 20 years experience. Veterin­ ary'Dentistry a specialty. rrmuk0 .BemWe, V.S. tlonnr Qraduate of Ontario Veterinary College, Prop. Hospital Ph6ne 1068 Res. Phone 139 "NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD." Candies! A Fine Line on Display. at SPENCER'S CITY H'EWI. Tiic first iijalitu-r ui Uii> scusoii :ii the (irand tohKimm iiftiTiiooii. Tin- Itobinson Stock conipiinr present ".narrlMl LIi>.*' Sjifeial lesKoiis in iii.-ikiiifr ami .li;ik- ing light, bread in (inf liniir widi Iv. •(;. Baking i'owilcr at Hamsay's. MRS. CLAFtKNCK Wliitil.-sey. oi Preston, Iowa, is visiliiin at tin- limiu- of her brotlver. Nl. ('. ICihvanls, ll'l Nonh Third. NoX'elty Silks in Plaids. Stripes and Checks. Richardson's. Moler Barber College, Kansas City, Mo. Teaches the trade by free clinic and careful Instructions in few weeks. Positions waiting for everybody who will learn. Write for particulars. ROY v.. .MIIJ.ICR. st.ite (.iKaniz.^r for lht> FratiTiial I'niiui of .Vnieiinv which recently esi.:ililished a lodnc hero has lieen seemed to visi^ Idla ne5<t month and dolhcr an addross to lhr» local order.- A lianqiiel will probably be held when the officer visits her<». I>ast iiiKbt a successful jnect- lUK of this order was held. Read Richardson's ail and his special on Oress (Joods. .Mrs. Tost will open Dancinfc Classes in Masonic hall Friday pveninK. Oct. nth, 8 o'clock, and a children'.s. class Saturday at :i p. m. MO.N'TIILY I».\Y.MKXTS: Small tracts of land in the San Luis Vallitv. Colorado, the lainl of opiiDrmiiities. For fUil particulars, write nr call Wiitaker & Donm-tl. Wanted—E\'erybody to know that W. E. Keiley & Son have moved-their transfer and storage office to 211 South Washington. Omce and Day Phone 290. Residence and night Phone 17. Tlie first matinee «»f tb«' season at the Grand tomorrow afternoon. The Itoblu.son .Stork ronipanv will prevent •'Marric-d Life." fonu' to linmsay's and ir<'t :• ofcc hot liisi-iiit mad)' from K. liaklii:; Powder. P. E. Wanrh, DehfTst. Phone 186. Office oTer BarreU'g Drag Store. W. W. BLACK went to Lyndon today on a weelc's v!.>--it. Dr. J. F. .Ta«ie*ion. (iradualc .\nction- «>er and Veteriiiarian. SaU-s or caIN mudt; anywiirre. Pbone 1.1. lola, Kas. Mrs. Cantrell. Phone 10»7. Attractive iieins in Fancy floods. Richardsdii's. I have a. number of .secot^d hand •Sewing Maihities as jcnod us new. Singer Sewin;,- .Maciiine Coniiiijiiy, )!'> East MadJs^in avenue. Or. BeynoIdR. Phone tS6. Bei. 611. THE STRi^RT and all.-y coniniittee nToniMiendf**! to the council last night that the partltioii of a iiuniber.of property owners' on iiorili Walnut to move t^ieir sidewj'lo^ "tit to the ciiib lino he granted.. WP have a few of those cheap lots left in Highland Place. Whitaker & Donnell. THE MATTER of tearing tip an.i disposing of the old city calatioose located near the fire house was brought up last night at the council. iNothmg definite was done al)oiit matter [however. Holiliers Swnred M.««»0. FarpoJ N. D.. Oct. 4.—Robbers ear* ly toda;f secured thirty-nine hundred in cash from the state bank of Dickey, I>aniour county, and escap*d. Fell and Fractured Bkn". Vancouver, B. C. Oct. 4.—Herbert R. Morton, of Australia, a millionaire. ' sUppedton ^le steps of the Viincouver opem bnn^,.]ast night>IM1 firactured biB •kull. if vlU probabl]}! die. FOUNO STOLEN AUTO Dr. Mitchell Relnni-! With Machln.- This .\fteruoou. l)r. I'.'S. Mitchell relumed this afternoon at three o'clock from .-Vlice- ville with his auto which was hidden there by Ed Fuller who has confessed to stealing it. Dr. .Mitchell rode into town, his face wreathed in smiles. rndersherilT Moairlghi assisted Dr .Mitchell in the search. They fonnd i( a short distance fioni the spot de- scrlbwl by Fuller. The machine was in very gooil condition as I'liller had put th eciirtains and talien olT the laniiis and brass llxiitres and placed iheni In ihi' auto. One lamp was lost from the machine. Fuller has been taking things very calmly at the ajil. He spends most of the time playing checkers. He seems to be really Interested In ilie game and puts tip a good contest. While he has been in jail before, he doi'sn'i like prison ciinlliienieni by any means. l -"iillei- iliiesn 't look like a man one would expi'<M til cnmniil the i-i lines lie has confessed Id or is sai 'l to have coiniiiitied. There is iiDiliiiig iMild or brazen about his appearance, lie is rather slender wilh a boyish face and frank, candid speech. He has eyes and Well combt -d Ii ;;lii liaii IMS bis bead. Fuller- v.-;is cau;il'' MI Kicli Hill wl'.eii be entered the iiostollici' iind called for ••.Ifilin F. .Morgans" mail. The Rich Hill marshal with Sheriff Holinger and Ollicer freed were in wail for biiii at nfllee having leason to believe thai lie wuulii c;ill there fiu- his mail. 'I 'iie I. tier be received contaiiied iiiiiiuy .^i -ni "uini by bis mother, lie made no effm-t to resisl. Fuller is not iiic!i:ied to talk very much alioii' Mie rublniy. lb- tobl ihe oflicers. bowevi-r. thai be did iiiu know why lie look ibe iii;triiitie. He said he bad been driiikiii-.; ^.lIl.e and perhaps that bad suineibiMg to do with if. Fuller was mil of Iliniiey wll 'Mi arrested anil is tlioimli! tn have been having a hard lime m •-•i" sonnthing o eat. He was sl .-i iiinu in :t b .-nn in Ihe ceiiier of town. blue CIlV- .1, V. TaiMiiT. licensed aiiitioncer and sale crier. .V).'* Nortli .Mcl.'eji, Uus ("ily. _ UKV. HII,SClll-:i! i .f li.bi. wi!' ad- ilr-'ss the ni 'Mi 's nieliiiu in be ln-ld next .Sunday afiernoim a! iwn iliiriy at Odd Fellow.s hall. Ail men an- invited to hear lir. Hilscher. He is re- piiteil to be a line speukcr and i.s sine to please all who hear him. Brglster AVants brinp resnltfl. Young Men's Snits! The Yale ' Werheimer, Stein te Co. .\ll the new nioilcN. all Ihe new colorv and doiirns of men's and youuf; menV >Hlts. They arc llic "Henley," "Kohii Rro^." and "Kderlicimcr-Sleln" makc<. The ".llcnlc)" is llic most perfect tiling coal cicr luaiic. U'e want y<iH to trj one on and for your.seli. You win recognize Ar^ buckles' Ariosa Coffee in the cup, any time, by the tasted That ^^taste^' identifies it as straight, pure Birazilian and ^0[sHiguishes it from the make - believe Mocha and Java, and sundry other misbranded or misnamed im.' postures. The improvement in the quality of Ariosa is the natural consequence of our own commercial development, and promises more for the future. Sold in a sea ed package only, for your benefit. TI^RS MAINTIUN LEAD ^Wlld Bar DonoTan Holds Dowo WanhfaiKton Hitters. Anrrcin^K V.V.O%., Kew Tork city. The Junior Department Store Flowor Pots from 2 fof So to 2Gom Fofti Pots, Hanging Baukotm, Jardlnlers 3B> W IIVO ^SSBUROJOK: WIIMTER R0BE5 and HORSE BLANKETS Largest Assortment ever shown in this city. . . SEE [HARNESS AND CARRIAGE DEPARTMENT T. B- SHANNON Two Big Stores. VWiV. IX ARII.MOHF. L'lilld Serionslr i:itiir<><l in lilaze ou Main SIriel. Ardmore. I. T.. Uci. 1. -Fmir persons were Injured here today in a lire in .Main street that ilaina.ceil threi; I'liMdiiiKs. causing a small financial loss, .lacob Sharpe, a boy who was employe!! in a restaurant was biirn- erl from tho waist up. His condition IS serious, .lann's Nix jumped from the see^uid story window and sustain- eil broken tbip;h. 'I'wo other p-r- Sims were sli'.'blly linrt. OVER TWO I-NCliliS F£LL. italii Last Msrht Was Heaviest oi .Season. '!(» U\t\VT CA.HKI.INt; (H{|»l\AMK. New .Measure I'nivhies lot- lloldintr hii|iiisitions. Wednesday niRht and Thiir.sday this section was visited by one of the heaviest rainfalls that has occurred for some lime. .Mr. Schoppo said the l.'islriiinents at the weather station show that l.Vfi inches of rain fell dur- jiiiK the niKhl up to 7 o'clock yesterday • morning. Since that, time to three (I'clocU about .tr. inches fell, making iiital of over two inches since last nlRlil. 'I'he rain is the heaviest, that lias fallen diirins th.? summer .season. The city council last nii;ht iMsrriict- • d tiie city ;iitorney to draft an ordinance under Hie new- sta'.o law siv- ii!?; the city attorney and imiice jiiilKc power III lidld inqiu.sitions in siippress- iiiit nainblinii. City .\tlorney Oyler has the ordinance |iractic;illy ilraw;i up now. It will I).' presenieil at lluj next weetili:;. TAIHllU:i.I/ Sl'KAK.S IP. W'Ushlngton. Oct. 4.—Althongh it was necessary for Detroit to win from Washington in order to make it practically Impossible for the P^adel- phlans to close the gap in the cbam- lilnnship series. Manager Jeonlng'a Washington friends waived any QU«8-. t ion 'of doubt and presented him with' u floral horseshoe, as a prellminoiry token of his men's victory, Jnst'before the game started at American League l>ark -this afternoon. Manager .Teu- niiigs had no speech of thanks for the donors—even his whistle failed him at this crisis—but his men responded for hini by running away with the contest in brilliant style. Tonight they are enrouie to St. I»ui8 for the linal seHes of the season, which ends there with n double-header Sunday. The score by which the Oetroita tishieiied their hold on the pennant stood 3 to :{. Washington scoring only after -Hill" Donovan, having tfie Konie .same, easpd up a bit and lobbed the ball over the plate. Cobb kept up his terrific clip at the bat, getting tliree hits in four times up. but he turned his ankle in sliding to second anil was forc.eil to retire in the eighth. The e.vtent of his injury is not known. O'I.eary also was there with the stick, lacing out two singles and ;i double. Kour double plays testify to the visitors snappy work in the field. The score: Detroit iiin 0;;:{ lot— 9 Washifigtoii 00t> 000 310—3 Two base hits—O'Leary, Donovan. Three base hits—Schmidt. Smith. Geh ring. Stolen bases—Cobb. 3: Koss- inan. Bases on balls—Off Gehring 1. Struck our—By Gehring; by Donovan AMERICAN LEAGl E. Dygert Holds CleTeland at Mercy and Athletics Win. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 4.—Philadelphia ended the season on the home (--rounds by shutting out Cleveland in a quickly played game. The visitors were unable to hit Dygert while the home team batted Clarkson at opportune limes. To win the pennant the home team must take all four games from AVhshington and Detroit lose two to St. Louis. Cleveland 000 000 000—0 Philadelphia 002 002 00*—4 Two base hits—Clarke. Three base 'I 'ls—O'dring. First base on balls— Off Clarkson. 2: off Dygert, 3; Struck out—By Clarkson, 1: by Dygert ^. MV:V WHAT V <»r WAST. Flit her of Ida .M. Tells About Stnnd- ard's Couspiraeics. .New Yiiil--. Oct. 4.—W. .«!. Tarbell. treasurer of the Pure Oil company. ;iiiil the I'liited Stales Pipe Line com- liMiiy. look the stand today inlhe hear iii« of tlie government's suit to dissolve the Standard Oil cfimpany, and mid of troubles of his two companies in their coiupetitiun wilh (he oil <'oni- biiie. Tarbell said the Standard foiiiilil the I'nited Siaes Pipe Line at every slep lo prevent it from reaching ilie seaboard with lis pipe line. .Mr. Tarbell is a brother of .Miss Ida Tarbell, writer. Qie Barclay Shlelds^ THE 8T0BE T^T SATISFIES. ]} Start right! To younger housekeep* ers, to beginners in the art of bread and cake making, no agency can render so much aid, no assistant will prove so helpful as Dr. Price*s Cream Baking Powder. Do not make the mistake of experimenting with others. llic ".Just as O'ood Kind*' AeuT Paj.''. If there is one thing more than an- I'ther that should aggravate a self- respecting person, is is to be told that the article they ask for at their druggist's is not to be had, but that they can have something "just as good or better." The principal reason for such attempts at substitution is either the desire of the storekeeper to sell something on which he can make* more money, or he hasn't the goods asked for, and wants to make a sale of something in its \i\ate. Every reader of this paper should bear in mind when asking for Vinol, the modern cod liver oil preparation that It is for sale in lola at our store, only, and that it can always be had when asked for. The reason Vinol is so far superior to old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions Is because it is made by a scientific, extractive and concentrating process from fresh cods* livers, combining with peptonate of Iron all the medicinal, healing and body build ing elements of cod livei; oil, hut no oil. .As a body builder and strength creator for old people, delicate children, weak, run-down persons, after sickness, and- for Chronic Coughs, Colds, Itronchitis. and all throat and lung troubles, Vinol Is unefcelled. Xo one wants an old fashioned cod liver oil preparation or emulsion after once taking delicious Vinol. Try if. If it fails to benefit we will return your money. S. R. Biirrell. druggist, lola. Kansa.s. .MTST MAKE UEAOV. Itattlcship Kansas to Accompany .North Atlantic Sipiadron. Philadelphia. Pa. Oct. 4.—.Acting under <irders issm>d by Secretary of the Navy. .Metcalf, every effort will be made at League Island to place ths four battleships there in condition to acconipaihy the North Atlantic atiuad ton around Cape -Horn to Pugut Sound. Tlie orders are luisltive that the battleships must be ready for sea iluty by l):?cfniber 1.^. The vessels are the Georgia. .MaUie. Kanpas and Ktfarsarge. fmir of the most power fill and formblable of the coiintry'ii sea lighters. The Georijia and Kansas have already arrived at the yanl and (he oth-r two are due on October nine. Food for Evans* Men. ' ANTashlnKton, Oct. 4.- -Bids for food supplies for Admiral Bvans's battleship fleet on Its coming trip to the Pacific coast were opened today. The amount asked for approximates 5,000000 pounds, made up, perhaps, of two dozen dlff.^rent kinds of food. Be' sides quantities of food extracts, egga. , and table delicacies are to be deltv- i »red at the Brooklyn navy yard. I WATCHED COlTiTIL 8ESSI0X. P |tn GoTemii'e''t riasu Stodled COIIB. cll Procedure. Prof Carl Salzer. of the Jefferson —»'uols acci>»"iiau'eH i-v h>s ctvil gov- >-u "Hi »>t class »tt«»nd=d the ci*v coun- -ii uieetiuif last uieht and studied the -procedure and customs urev^ling in ' ^><e council sessions The class is a large on?, composed of good loojriqg .glris and boys UJOA they gave a sew I appearance to tbe* aesaioa. Parker Imn-waieBt roiDpaii7 |biy Tfalt lola. -^i^ The Parker Carnival Co., whiai was in lola a year ago last spring may visit here again. Representativfs ot the lola band are in correspondence wltb the company relative, to their coming here for a short englige- ment. J. Anderson, a member of-the band, appeared before the council faat night, and stated that the band cdnild not be maintained without money and that it was almost necessary -for them to work up special events la order to raise funds to keep the orgaa- Izatlon going. Ke stated that the band was considering a proposition from the Parker Carnival Co., and he wanted to • know what the iel^ would require of the company. He said the company would guarantee to protect property and streets and was willing to go on a side street. He bad no definite proposition from .the company, however, and the coimdl referred the matter to the license committee. Should the carnival come it will probably be located on Sycamore between .Madison and East streets. LISTEN TO THIS ADVICE.' Th<nisMnds Will Deuelit If Statement Made Is Only Partly True. It may he that some i)ersons will be inclined to doubt the statement made by an einineut autlibrity, at a recent meting, that with a mixture of dandelion, kargon • and sarsajmrilla, he would give prompt relief to any sufferer of rheumatism or the usual forms of backache, caused Ijy inactive clogged kidneys, yet many cases of long standing that had been entirely relieved were cited to prove the truth of his assertion. The same authority further stated that many cases which failed to yield to the healing waters of the famous health resorts, or the usual remedies as prescribed, salicy­ late of soda, potash, colchlcum, etc.-;were readily relieved by the use'.df this simple mixture—Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Take a teasponful dose after meals and at bedtime. A well known druggist, when approached upon the subject, stated that while this prescription, as written,- Is new, the ingredients are continually- prescribed by the best physicians, and any good prescription pharmacy has them; they are inexpensive and harmless to use, and are mixed by shaking well in a bottle. If the claims, made for this mixture, and only partly correct. It would seem that no sufferer here could afford to leave the prescription untried. MOOB COUXCIL XOTES. Small Hatters Disposed of Last Xlglit Street Commissioner J. S. Walker reported to the council last night that he had collected $2.010.7.T in poll tax. The city clerk has collected $78 at his oflSce, making a total of nearly $2,100 collected to date. The sexton's report showed that $29 had been taken in from the sale of grave permits last month. Prof. Dennis reported last night that he had writen to the Gunn-Richards company for an itemized statement of their bill for assistance in instituting the new bookkeeping systems for the city, as he Jiad been directed by the council, and the company promised to have the statement in very shortly. The council at its last meeting refused to pay the bill of the company until they sent in an itemized statement. The people in the vicinity of Jackson and Buckeye street are asking the council for a light in that vicinity. Owing to the heavy shade trees it is quite dark in that locality. The pet^ tlon was referred to the utilities com- mltee. Superintendent Rutledge recommend ed to the council that they accept the offer of $350 made by the United Iron Works for the Fryer well. The matter was referred to the public utilities committee. The Tloblnsoit* Be6cfc(Jb-Pr«enttr . "THE OAilMlt.UF^* ^ . Tuesday ri ^Wt,.t«tober 8< . Hblden Bros PS^^ Cresci I v..lit'J.,! «P1 Chaage ol''n<<^M^ Mch <>rr4 Two mnstniiM Seligt Wltk) Each SInw. ) ^ Open from S to « & 7 te If 9,m West Madlsofc^ jUidutoi i<f: Call on V When needing anything in tlie Jewdry line. »TEYEII*» Ht GoodThj(«^;Ee«i^ : • :t'-J! .'ilio- Tdelrtiooe ISt^ A Criminal Attack. on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tabue called the "appendix." It's generally the result of protracted constipation, following liver torpor. Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate the liver, prevent appendicitis, and establish regular habtis of the bowels. 2 .5c at all drug stores. , , Memorial Sunday. The Knights and Ladies of Security will hold lueniorial services at the A. O. r. W. hall Sunday at 2:;{0. Hon. Oscar Koiist and others will speak. The public is Invited, By order of coinuiittee. Home M^c Sausage of tXt Kinds. Cash Paid for Poultry ind Hides OTTO HlNZai UT.TO.DATe ife ^lf 111 East MudllNtf/ ' Special SAle on >t^.i; Korn Kinks, 6 packages .>.J Egg O' See. 3 packaged -••'^fl Dr. Prices Food.'3 packagea; .^..1 Ralston Homing Orita,'J 'p»g«....l Pettljohn's Wheat Food^2 pkCB~r*3 Shredded Wheat BIBCUUS. 2 pkl».-l Life, a wheat food cooked, rieady to * *; eat. 2 packages ...••••.'« - FRYER mROS. Oroetry- nioMs 308 aM i<>l' 111 ttoitk New and Novel n /ewiit^ We've been particulaily forttma^e m' ottt rare and beautiful jewdry this geason .-:YNci ^fi ^|rfore y the history of oar business have we beek' apl^|tP ctUft such exceptional beauty at stich reasonai ^le i. '^f This Beaaon's gsthenng is larger and ever—and is unquestionably far snpipdfer Itif this locality. 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