Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 14, 1908 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

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1 I THE lOLA PAILY BEeiSTgB, trEPKESDAY ^TEyPfC. OCTOBER 14,1MS| 'zl- Sold only in ?l6isture Trpof Packages 1 i . • • N0 woman ever once bought Uheeda Biscuit] and then will- Ingly bought any^ er. kind of soda • crackers.' No biscuit can be the National Biscuit unless it isl ' .sir NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY m News of the County O- BELFIIX I -6 'A number from thus neighborhood attended Ihe Inneral of Mrs. Josie Uuldner "14. Fairview .Monday afternoon. The rl'laiives have the syniuathy of their friends in this neighhorh jod. 1 Mrs. AVcs Zorens is visiting in Fori Scott. Sam Ewings nioilier who came from Mary AVallai'd of Lone Elm visiied at! neighborhood. Tom Jackson's Sunday. ! Mrs. Miller of Lone Elm l .s visiting her son. Clyde Miller, and also her daughter. Mrs. Joe Webb, of Mildred. Miller went nutting last! BOTKIN "BUSY IN CAMPAIGN." th Jlr. and Mrs. Springsioii euK^rlained j 1 eir daughter from Colony this \veox. j« County SuperintendeiU Maude Fun- Tin? Woodman lodge condu«:led a ston mado the school a pleasalni visit .«hcrt service over the remains of Wes i.:e, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Elliott and Cc-| " "•; " "• i . ^ . , . - J , I .. r. . . I 1 • Botlan. Democratic, candidate tor la .st week. i i-ey Stephens at the home Sunday af-jcll Roberts visited at C.^ A. l^kea!^^^^^^ didn't sjeal- at the X. T. Curley is tearing down his'tcruoon and a large crowd followed ' "' I ernor. unt spea at I i Stella weeU. Mr. Wm. Uoberts and daughter l.«ttie. went to Savonburg Sunday. 3Irs. Wui. Roberts and daughter Al- Did Not Address Temperance Union. —Gov. Hoch Welcomes Workers. barn preparatory to building a new- one. ' Rciha Cuen who has, been staving at Earn Mi'ler's has returned Iioiiie. .Mrs. Ola Miller visited Mrs. 1 Handle Hickman Tuesday. Frank Hummistou and wife of Kin- Sunday. Oklahoma for a visit with luiii has re-jcaid visited at .lerry Hackctts Sunday. turned home. The steel work for another buildint Mr. and .Mrs. Apple went to Kansan'has bf'en erected at the .Mildred ce­ city to aitcnd the carnival, ant", word [ inent plant, came back that Mrs. Ai)i)ie ilitd of heart failU |i-e Tuesday night. .Mr. .Vji- pie is time keeiier at Mildred. Mr. and Mrs. Bert HummLston. .\ola Hummiston. Mr. and Mrs. L.mu Hnm- uilbton and Josephine Goilon were visitors at 'Mrs. .\ler's Sunday. Jess Htiffman has rented the King farm. The Mutaar telejdione hJs exiended their line to Mildred. 1 Park Shepherd and faiiiily si>ent Sunday at AVaJter Miller's. Mrs. Barker spent Sunday with her granddaughter. Mrs. Lulu .Vorton. Mr. and Mrs. Stout of Moran and Mr. and Mrsi Rali)h Sprague and 3Irs. I. J. House and wife were in .Mii- ured Suuday. | I'iiday morning ilie deaili angel entered ihe home of .Mr. and .Mrs. Jerry Uacketi aud look Vera, one of the lii- 1:0 twins*. She was u bright, sweet bal»y and al! that loving hands or medical aid could do to keep her with us. was done, hut to no avail, and she went to be with Him v.ho said. "Suffer the little children to come unto .Me. for of such is the kingdom of heaven." :*'uneral ser\nces were conducted by Rev. Harkness and she was I lid to •est in the Fair View cemetery Sattir- lay after neon. Ti'.e bereaved rela- ives have the sympathy of tiie eiiiire T Carry it f por^ Roam to Room Early Morning Comfort Open your sleeping-room windows—Icl in the crisp, fresh air—but your' room need nol be cold while dressing —a Jouch ol a malch and the welcome heat is radiating horn the ' PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Sinokdcss Device) For heating the bath-room quickly il*s a great convenience, and will ' make tbe morning dip cs glorious as in the summer, if Now it's breaklasl time—make the room coxy and <hecrlul—your ^ breakiast more enjoyable and start ihe day without a shim. The Auhh malic SiTKj(d|BS, Device prevents all smoke and smell and makes it impossible to turn the wick too high or I too k>w: QeanM in a minute—burns 9 hours vridi one lilting. • Finished in Nidicl and Japan. - Every haler guaranteed. the remains to .Mildred where they were shipped to Oklahoma for burial- Eleven of his relatives who came |j.-„j|n. iirday from Oklalioma and his wife' and three children acconipanietl ins body to Oklahoma. The heart broken wife has the sympathy of every:one. Mrs. Lila Mathews of Kansas City was called here by the death of her niece. Vera Hacket. Sunday school was organized at .Mildred Suuday to meet every Sunday at ten o'clock. A large crowd was present and Rev. Harkness of Kincaid. gave a good talk on Stniday school work. \V. U. May was elected siiper- iniendent. M. M. Cnbison assistant superintendent. .Mrs. Florence Dickenson, secretary, aud .Mrs. McUlanghliu. treasurer. .Mr. and .Mrs. .Messinger. of .Moran. were called here by the death of their nephew.. Wesley Stephens. .Mrs. Sam Ewing is saffering tn.m a very sore finger.,the re-sults of a cat biting her finger. She went tuiKin- caid and had the mad stone apijiied aud it stuck seveutecu hours. TO S.IVE HIS .SON. Topeka. Oct. H.—Th.- Rev. .lerry gov- aunual convention of the Kansas State Temperance Union this afternoon, as he was! j ing the peace." a voice said when the officer answered the call. Patrolman Hildretb ran down the stairway from headquaiters. prepared to take in custody two bad men. But there was no one in sight. ".And it isn't .-\pril fool daj-. either." Patrolman Hiidreth muttered, as he turned away in disgust. O- DEEK CKEEK. —O ^ .Miss Ethel Ganit went to Uu-.i, the fir .st of last week to work iu .Mif. Turners millinery store. There was some rr M1 work done iu this vicinity. The uiiarantine was raised from .Mr. Fetteriy's home Saturday. i Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Howell, of fola, visited at H. ^V. Amos' Sunday. Mrs. Etta Fackler and children visited relatives iu Colony l^unda.v. •; Mr. and .Mrs. Cullor of Colony jvis- itcd their daughter. Mrs. D. I). Uil- motli Sunday. Mr. Claude Franklin visited home folks Friday eveniug. | .Mrs. J. .\. Vl'ilklnson went to Colony Sunday to see a doctor. She is qjuitc Ifoorly. • j There was tiuite a crowd at j Ihe sclioul house Saturday evening to hear the po'iilcaf cam|>aigu discu.ssed. j Mr. Monigor of lias City will cbm- mence the :carj)euter work of h'red Lougstretch's liarn Wednesdav. Mr. Tom Wilkinson SuQUaxedj in Chauutc. Gniudnm MrDaulel went to jher daugliter. Mrs. Porter's near Uaj^iard for a weclt's visit. Ed Clark iri helpitl^ Gru Burton I,otatoes> today. billed on programme. The chairman j r «i' LewN Douirhrrty at Fort j of the afternoon session declared) that Botkin was out "on a very stren- Stolt This Weft. The Fort The father Scott Republican of I..onis Dougherty. •^avs- • <^'*™P'*'S'' J"^^ '•'"^ south- thej westj" and let it go at that. The o\)young man who is to be tried at this|eiiiug meetings were well attended. Governor Hoch tonight delivered the address of welcome, and reviewed the work which had been aocom- terin of the district court for burglary nnd larceny, is in the city and will remain with the boy during the trial which will iirobably be called some time to<lay or tomorrow. The parents j plislied. of the boy reside at Willov.- Springs.; This afternoon Attorney General and feel keenly the disgrace the boyj,..,.^,, jaekson' disrusse.l the contro- ' brought upon them. They are :Annoancement 1 Dr.. Sutcliffe wishes to inform, bia fanner patrons and the public that he has resumed th^ general practice ot medicine, comb'ia'ng it with surgery. Office hours 10 to 11 a. m'., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. has well respected citizens of that city and j' are making every effort 10 have a light sentence passed upon their son. Tliey have written a number of letters here- ai^kiut: that clemency be shown him.i aud the father will proi.'ably enter a I personal plea for him. ' • q'.iostion of interstate shipments of liquor. JUST PLAYING A PRANK. A Joker Ha<i A:I Xofir*-, ltn>in(>>s .Hen. inemlters of the tola Some "Fun' Officer. With An Business j Sim Hililreth, a patrolman, was sit.\Ien's .Milea.se Biir-^iu will meet Wed-:ting at the desk in police headquar- ne.sdayeveuingatS:::.)p. m in Boos.-|t„^ ^,1, the telephone er hall. Business of importance is lo: , , ..bell rang with a sort of staccato tap j •thai betokened troilfiTe. be transacted and every member is re 'luestcd to be present. E. D. SHIELDS. President. THIEF CATCHERS GATHER. 200 Delegates at Lawrence for Meeting of C. P. A. Lawiem-e.. Oct. H.—With more than 200 delegates here from all over Kansas. Nebraska. .Missouri.and Oklahoma, the grand lodge mcietins of the Central Protective tanti-horsethief) Association was held in Lawrence today. .L W. I-ayton. th^ president, came iu early yestejday from his home at Weston. Mo. The otlier officers are W. A. Mahaffie. of Olathe, j vice president: W. H. Smith, of .A.t- fro'nt oflchinson. secretary: Andy Loustsrey. THE LINE COMPLETED. Humboldt Gas Company Brings Martin Well to Town. -Two men down stair.-; in the gas office swearing and i5i$turb-jof Randolph. Mo., treasurer The Hupiboblt Herald says: The HiimljoMt Gas company last week finislied the six incli line which will bring! in the gas from the big twelve million gasser on the Martin farm. The line was completed to the .Monarch Portland Cement Company's nroi»erty this week. The line will furnish gas for the! tank farm, the cement plant and the' city in addition to what is needed from the field west of town. Humboldt is fortunate iu baving gas enough to run the town and factories. The big well on the Martin farm will be incroaied by the drilling of .several other wells and plenty of, fuel is assured. STEWART BOYS AT HUMBOLDT. Joseph Stewart and Fred Stewart Were Visiting Their Uncle. dig DISTRICT \0. 8S. UajAe M6're, r^rter. FVank'^din'^jia cuttingskaffir cin^ ^ • 4^ Joseph Stewart, second asslstaut Postmaster General and Fred Stew-j art. travelin:: auditor of the Rock Island were in Humboldt Suuday. the ptiests of' their un^'e 8. .L Stewart. They were only able to remain one tlav. B<»th 1HIV « were l»orn lu Humlioldt and have risen to the posltiona wbieli tJtey now hold throujcli hard work. Joseph Stewart 'wiU return to Kansaa; in n few weeks In order to cast hia vote. While he has lived in Wash* luRtnn for ftome time he still ho'da residence at Kansas City, where he iT^cd at the time he was appointed. TtecmlybaldbigpoivdermMieiraiB Royal ermp^ Cream of Tartar Oil fVMiMt iMdtiifuliMM mad Ntf ahim or phosphate VlkHiaf at Ottawm. .Mrs. E. 3. Jule^n entertained at| dinner Sunday, .Mrs. Dr. Mifcball ot J HcyanDa, Cab^:'

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