Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 15, 1908 · Page 2
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m^ikkmiu BttaUitbad 1869. n cpirtjr^ mMtJiil ii ABu Ci. i4 Tke Stora that Leads in ^tyle and Fashioii Always showing most Advanced Styles in Stiits, Waists, Cloaks and nillinery KID OLOVE SPECIALS Now i«* the time to lav in a supply uf Short Kid Gloves. Here is an opportunity not lo be overlooked: • $i.oo quality. 2 button daspj--, all hha.des, p;t p.ai^ 8O0 ti 50 qu•^liT. 2 button clasps, all sliides,.per pair $tm13 ADVANOEP OHRISTjC^AS IDEAS IN i Fancy Work All the latest noyelties jn Centerpiepes, Lmich Cloths Pillow Tops, Pillow Cords, Coronation 6raidsretc. MELTIK FliDVK, AlM $1, LET US WRITE YOUR POLITICAL speeclies, addresses, club papers, lec- tares. orations, etc. "Every production a master piece." write us your needs we can supply you. All correspondence conndential. Dept. M.. Central Lltei- ary Bureau, 1240 Harrison. Kansas City. Mo. WAKtED' »IIMimamlimmmou8 AVANTKD—^Temporary position i>y well educated young man. Expert sten ographer and ge:ieral office work. Address II. tills office. WIANTED—Repair men. oilers and laborers for cement mill work. Write us fully giving references. The Portland Cement company. Portland, Fremont County, Colo. iGrar. —ritxgcrald, Aoto Lherj. Khonc. flj. ^ 4^ To MinneapoKs. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder Gray left today for Minneapolis, Kas.. whercj tficy were called by the serious illnoss of Mr. Gray's father. Miss Maude of Kansas City. Is also there. • • • Pos^one Meeting. The Y society meeting whichl was announced for the approaching Fri day has been postponed. • * • Bete Bete Meeting. Yesterday afternoon at the high school the Bete Bete society held the usual program meeting. The Girls' Octette sang several beautiful numbers and several literary nunf )cr3 were on the program. • * • Evening 500 Club. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Shields will give a COO party on the approaching Monday evening for their card club •!• * • Afternoon Tea. The handsome residence of Mrs. H. V. Drcsbach on EJast street, waa filled with guests yesterday afternoon for a tea and Informal muslcnlc plv en by ladte» of the Presbyterian church. The hours between three and she o'clock were observed and sixty friends and members of the church were present. Mrs. H. Vf. Funk, Mrs. K F. Pa'mer. Mrs. Drer- bach. Mrs. S. S. Hllscter and Mrr,. A. A. Richards received and In the dining room Mrs. E. D. Shields.- Mrs. C. H. Shields. MJss Bkrbara Fry. Mir.s Cora Klein. Miss Alice McCall, Miss Amy Massengale. Miss Mary Cannon, and Miss Eunice, Jackson served the guests and Miss Rosalia Charles presided at the cofnee um. The dinfnc table covered with a Cluny lace spread was placed beneath a chandelier softly shaded with red and redlating- from a centerpiece, of Richmond roses •were ropes of smilax wound about small trays of red and white confections and wax tapers shaded with the preTailing colors. During the afternoon there was music to entertain the visiting women. Mrs. "W. T. Watson. Miss Rosalia Charles. Miss Imogene Mitchell, Miss Florence Hobart. Miss Clara Crangle, Mrs. O. T. LaGrange. Miss Alberta; Munson and! Miss Evji Armstrong contributed to the program. ' ' The afternoon was e.specially successful financially. * + •* I Morrison-Wood. Invitalionr. arc out for the niarraige' of Miss Ida Morrison, daughter of| Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Morrison, and Mr. j Ch 'Ster Wood of Bartlesville. Okla-i. The wedding will be solemnized at|. the bride's home on the evening ot October twenty-first. In the presence} of; a number of friends and relatives. A| home cards read November 15. at Bar,tlesvillc. • • • Map Rose Is »}i(> "nulilile Hath .S<iap'' becnusc UJO latiier is n 'l "bubbles.'* N'tilhing to pqiiBl it ff)r use in hard water. All dealers soil it. • + + + Sorosis Luncheon. A very elaborate event of the week in club circles was the luncheon for the Sorosis club yesterday at tiio liome of Mrs. W. I>. Wolfe. The lunch l^ou IB the first of a series of^ fou- to be given during the c'ub year and there were four nssistipg hoRtci-scB, Mrs. C. .T. Doxsee. Mrs. S. TJ. Holmes and Mrs.j 4 \ Auditoriuip ( TOMGHT BILLY Thetegkss Wooder .Tasper. Mrs. W. H. Gar- Held. The guests arrival at one n". clock and wore seated at tlfullv trimmed with aqtumn folia'^o a table bcatv and flowers from the fall garder;;. TIic menu was in five courses with elaborate garnitures and place markings. The dishes were representative of wholesome and' delicious offerings of the market of the season. Subsequent to the luncheon Mrs. L H. Wlshard the newly elected presl dent of the club, and Mrs. A. V. Lodse the retiring president, ^ave address es. Mrs. Lodge spoke; of her pleasant association with tl:e club and the events of the two years which she Tias spent In executive j work. She also gave a happy greeting to Mrs "Wlshard in closing her remarks. Mrs. Wlshard's response was especially enthusing. She gave a revljw of event? in the club in poetry ana also Spoke of the opportunity for helpful work during tbe approaching! season. The business session was featured by the election of two delegates, Mrs S. L. Holmes and Mrs. S. M. Stoddard to represent tbe cluU at the diB 10c Auditorium Mra. Gill Returns, joill has returned to rWeblr City. Mo., after a TIBII with Mrs. May Curan 'and/ other friends here. u * * • WeUnesday Ewchre Club. Tilr. and Mrs. George Davis gave the first party of the fall last evening for the Wednesday card club. Tlie several tables were occupied foi- several games of euchre and late in the evening'refreshments were srved. Mrs. Davis had th assistance of Mrs. Harmon Hobart In .entertaining. Gnests othe.- than, club members were Mr. ani Mrs. J.G. Mlttlebach. Mr. a.nd Mrs. W. B. Ralston. Mr. and Mrs. J. D.'Aniett. Mrs. Herman Tholen. Mrs. C. R. Sucher and Mr. and Mrs. IL Hobart. : * • + "^Delegates Here Monday. The delogates who are to represent Second district organizations at the convention here next week are expected to be, in the city on Monday. No oSiclal list has been sent to Mrs. W. D. Wolfe. t'.:e president, and several of the clubs are to have meet- liigs diining the intervening time to elect women wlio will be authorized to rflprcscnt them in an olBcial onpaclly. The number of visiting women will probably bo very large. • * •:• Son Bom. • Mr. ami Mrs, T-. E. Wallace, who formerly lived In lola, but aro.jnow In Kansai; City.' have annonncjed the birth of a son on Wednesdav. October 14. Mr. Wallace was formerly managing editor of The Register. ' + • + To Independence. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 'Miller and small daughter Beatrice, left at noon today for Independence, where tliey will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Mill' or arc very popular with their friends hcer and their departure is to bo regretted. •!• • Postpone Bazaar. Because of unavoidable reasons tl^ej hazaar which was to have been given tomorrow nl^ht by the Alta Seta club has been postiioned. The affair jm,tiig,eciion^ SeHs to Stores, Coiin- WANT—Six or 7 room house, close in. Might buv, if bargain or advance year's rent. Or will exchange following, can add some cash: / Two story business property, next (door P. O.. Scranton, Iowa, leased S years $200 year, C^ear. |2.=iOU. Four room cottage 3 lots, best part Ponca' City. Okla. $1500 annual lease. Clear. Six room cottage 2 lots, large barn, close in. La Flarpe, |17.~>0, mortgage $6.V): will clear. Half intcrcHt 2.'. by lu« brlcK 1 story and adjoining 2 story frame business house. Admire, Kas. with shelving, counters and lighting plant. $3000 for half interest. Clear, long lease.—308 North Walnut street, lola, Kas. Phone 1-112. Pbjileiaii rad S<rse«i. « Office over BaTell's Drug Store * Office Phone 554. Residence 3t4 B. Jackson • * Phone 569. ' • * • DBS. BED) ft BSIO, * * Pfejsklaiu and SargeoBS. * * X-Ray and EHectrical Appliances. * • Eye, Ear, Nose and Ttiroat • • Office Phone 357; Ree. 396. * • DB. McMILLEir, • Special attention given, to the * treatment of all Chronic Diseaa> * ea and Diseases of Children. * Telephones^ Office 32. Res. 233. * Office over Burrell's Drug Store * West Madison. • .1 WANTED—lola property lo exchange for Kansas and Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. Office over Iowa Store, lola. Kas. WANTED—A -..rst class salesman to sell our tea.*?, coffees and specialties direct to the consumer in and around lola. A good paying business to right parties. Write or call on the Grand Cniou Tea Co., 704 Kansas Avenue. Topeka. Kas. SALESMEN & AGENTS—S 5$ J.'^O.OO pir week and over can bo made selling Now Campaign Nove'.tles from now will probably occur previous to the {ty Fairs, Picnics and Private Ftaillles. holidays though the exact date has.Complete line of samples, cliargespre- not yet been named. 4. 4. * Reception to Freshmen. The roomy halls and class rooms of the high school were filled with paid for 50c. Order today. CHICAGO NP7ELTY CO., 60 Wabash Ave., Clilcago. FOR SALE ^MtBomiiMmmouB , . . , u .u . I FOR SALE OR RENT—My store students last evening when the two building at Elsmore, Kas. Sec M. L. literary societies. CLI Omega and Decker, 211 North Sycamore. Beto Bete gave a reception for the 926. clas.s enrolled In September. Phone ne 687. Rea. 701. DB. 0. L. COX, jEye. Ear, "Nose and Throat * IjBpectacles Properly Fi^ed. i Office A. O. U. W. BIdg. Offlca Tel. 1083. Night Tel. 408 • DB. B. 0. CHBIST1A5 Phfslcian and HnrgeoB Rooms 7 and 8. Evans Bldg. F. n. MARTnr, • Surgery and Diseases ot * Women. • Office and Residence Phone 576 • Office 7 North Jefferson. • JEWELRS. B. F. Pan coast, old, reliable Jeweler, no East Street. Lodge Directory The FOR-SALB OR TRADEJ—For horses early evening was n^de pleasant with'or cattle. 3 room house. Inquire 621 music and readings and the pupils South Buckeye. and teachers spent a happy and In formal hours together. V • * trlct convention next week. The afternoon was delightfully 'informal and pleasant and a most encouraging opening for the work of the year. Ready for Reception, i .Members of the Eastern Star are spending today JD preparing for the reception to be given tomorrow evening In celebration of the anniversary. These committees have been appointed: r Oft Ran - miBomUmmmoum VQR RENT—Two furnished rooms at 311 South Chestnut. FOR tXaMAMOE TO LOAN—$5,000 private money on farm land at 6 per cent.—lo!a Land Co. •> + • Miss Funk Home. e . , « 00000000000000000 Program— 'Mrs. S. A. C off man. Mrs. Q • Q W*. D. Wolfe. Mrs. C. C. Ausherman. © U. C. lYEAB. O Receiving-Mr. J. B. Kirk. Dr. O. L. O ITIcliIta, Kaasas. O Cox, Mrs. S. A. C o f f m a u, g WESTEBS LANDS & BASCHES O Msis Neva Funk returned yesterday ^^^^ j p ^.^^^^ Anderson.® ^'oo^n IcrrST' O from a visit in ICansas City and Law- ^ 3 ^,„^3 g «3.00 an Acre, Up. O num./ ;0 O 0 OO 0O O O O O O O 0 O O p Serving—-Mesdames Bevler. O. L. j -HH^^MBHSBSHH—• Tox. iBeshears. J. B. Kirk. C. S. Cul- KKIGIIYS OF I-111!us. \-».„ht fxjdge No. 43 i- - • - v".!- ''-iK-lay night at K. of 1 ••<•; oro- thers Invited. W. S. Tiioiapsou. £. C. Chris Ritter. K. of R. and & I rence where she was a guest of friends at the University of Kansas. In Emporia. Mr. Carl Salser will spend the v.eek ^nd with relatives In Emporia. • • • J To Eastern States. WATGMtS For many yitts our fclore has been recognized PS tbe proper phce to buy a perfect time piece. We carry Ithe best Americau dade at tbe lowest posbible prices. \ Ivad !46 8izf, i5-je7rel. Bfgibior .^altham, only $^,05 fOUMD bertson, Lutie Evans, Belle Travis.! STRAYED—From feed yard, a large • • •:• red cow. M. Griffith. Guests Leave. Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Leonard of, ~ - • ' Pratt, have returned home after a ••••iHBBBHHHHH^HHBB OUR TELEPHONE Mr. W. S. Burdick leaves tomorrow yigj^ ^.jtjj jlrs. L. C. Munger. Mr. | for a business trip to Chicago and and Mrs. J. Ayers of LaHarpe also <^ther places In the East. . left today. They were here to attend •> • • ' sessions of the Presbvierlan Synod. Is constantly ringing these days. Sep- Cheerful Circle. Y. W. C. A. NoteL jtember, yon know. Is the time to have „ _ Ti:,.. « -n-u . T. w. M. ww». 'the summer dast Cleaned out of car- Mrs. C. F. Hlldner of "VMieelcr The seventh and eighth grade girls pgtg. ^eights, was hostess of a group of of Jefferson school are going to be _We are busy, but your order will friends yesterday for a meeting of entertained at the Y. W. C. A. gym-!r«««*^e prompt and careful attention, ^he Cheerful Circle. The guests naslum this afternoon at 5 o'clock by °* Spent an hour with needlework and having a trial gym lesson with MI«8 there was a small luncheon at the Seyle, tl^e director. On Friday mom- close of the afternoon. ! Ing ten o'clock the girls from Lincoln and Washington schools have the same privilege and on both occa.-;- Miss Rosalia Charles left today ^^^^ welcomed, for Galesburg. 111., to spend ' two weeks with relatives. ^^^^ stitutes 'a ''good tim^" and they ar€ lola Laundryman Had to- Pass Up the KNIGHTS OF MACCABEES^ Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hall, second and fourth Saturday nights ot each montji, J. W. Post wait, commander; R. B. Porter, record keeper. ' W. 0. W<—Camp No. 101 meets ia K. of P. Hall every Friday night W. T. Steele. C. C. A. H. Darls, Clerk. Visitors cordially Implied. M. .l.-the M. W. A. Lodge meets-every Friday night lo M. W. A. Hall. Visiting brothers Invited, C Coffleld, V C. W. A. Cowan. Clerk. BOXAL. SEIUUB0B8.—Iol«i Camp No. 3^, Royal Neighbors, meets/second and fourth Tuesdays of each month; Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oracla, Mrs. Mary Hutton. 413 West Street Recorder. . . FBiXEBITAt. BBOTHEBHOODr- ^ Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meets second and fourth Thursday of each month In A- O. U. W. Hall. Visiting members cordially Invited. W. H. An- dersonlx president; Golda Blam, •ecr»' tary. \ ' •• + + • To Illinois. iOU RUG FACTORY Pbeae Ut. • • + To Bandera. NEWTON DIDN'T SEE GAME. Several members of the Thistle ^""'""'^ "P '^^^'l t"'^'"' ^'''^'^ club will spend Saturday and Siinday V""^ difficulty beine lo keep them content with a limited amount of exerciM. at the Camp Bandera near Redficld. Postpone Picnic. I • • The picnic which the Junior League (nilf fi of th«» First M. "E. church was to ihave w given tomorrow has l>een postpjoned.' 4. A ' To Visit Parents. Mrs. Fannie "McCIure Thistler! and son of Chapman, are here to risit Mr. iind Mrs. W. H. McClnre. • • • - . To f>lew Mexlee. _ ^ Mrs. D. E. Sush and Miss May I^inrhoefl^lsnti^ Bush are|leaTlng ear)r n^xt week for ^^P*]**"^^ Blacpberry World Series. Carl Newton, who returned a day or two ago from Cincinnatti where jhe attended the national convention of laundry men. made an unsuccess- jful effort to see the game between the Cubs and Tigers at Chicago last Sunday. He found it no pleasant task orlCkMi to get reserved seats so gave up thd attempt. Anyone who knows Mr, Newton's love for the national game wlU appreciate his misfortune. _ The laundrymen's conrention waa a ^^'f^ grekt success, the entertalHideiit tor: ralnfai^ nished tile visitors being oiE'a higli jp*?*^ • Newton- was one of six Kew.M «aco. where they wffl spend 5S.Srad *ta§'«?New. y.-^ ton accompanied him on the trip. LOW COLONIST TO GALtFORraA LDJ MEXICO THE NORTHWEST AND BRITISH COLUMBIA VIA ' QN »Att> lik W rvB ^Ssfi^(S^_ f0> it*.! 1

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