Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 16, 1908 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

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•Tr-t- It wasn't the name that made-the fame of J; It wasL the goodness |of the crackers that made the fame of the name Uneeda Biscuit Sold onfy at Jioistun Troof Tachag^s NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY News 0f the County ( o- WESLEY CHAPEL. Art Love left Monday morning for bis borne in Oklahoma to pick bis crop of cotton. Mr. Wayne Wright is building a small barn and cribs on his place, where Franklin Smith lives. Mr. Jacobs of Moran is doing ihe carpenter work. ^ Mrs. John Young and daughter went to Tola Thursday. Mr. Will Wright and family vi.Mted Mrs. Frederickson Sunday. Revival service.'^ began at the Chapel Tuesday night. EA-erybody is cordially lnvlrt>d to the services. Next Sunday is quarterly meeting. Services will he conducted by Rev. Harry Gordon of Humboldt. We had an interesting League service Sunday night. led by Miss Luna Young. Lottie and Lula Harvey sang a duet. The friends and neighbors of Mr. Phillip Ensmlnger gathered at his home Wednesday evening of last week In honor of his and Wllie's birthda.v. The number present was about one hundred and twenti'-flve. The guests were entertained with music by Miss Mabel Ford, which was fine. Some excellent music by Mr. Jim Fitzgerald on his phonograph, and Mr. and .Mr.s. Lambeth gave some fine music on the violin and organ, and also a duet by Mrs. Strong and Mrs. ^111 Sbiths little girls, which was fine. Lastof all Real Estate, Insurance city and Farm L«ans Low Rate, Annual Intfiivi. Payments received at s-.y time without notice, and interest ceases on amount paid. Long or Short Time Iioans. Cunninsham & Arnett came the ice cream, cake, peanuts and candy, which .every one, enjoyed. All had a good time. The friends presented Mr. Ensmlnger with a fine hlg rocking* chair in remembrance of bis birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Hart and son, Mr. Wood ruff and family. Mrs. Will Strong and family. Mrs. Will Smith and family, •Mr. Clarence Norton and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Aber and daughter. Mr. Charley Broulard and family,' Mr. Ltitz and farally. Mr. Henry lAnibeth and family, Mrs. Robert Fumeaux and her family, Mr. Henry Ensmlnget- and family. Mrs. Skeegs, Mr. Louie Whitlow and family. .Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace. Mr: and Mrs. Stewart and daughter. Mr. Baker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Eastwood. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wright, and Ray Wright. Mr. Earl Williams and family, .Mr. John Williams and family. Mrs. Robert Love and Roy, Xit. jand Mrs. .Worthington and two sons, I Miss Myrtle Love. Miss Bessie Hoering, of Tola. Mrs. Coughlln of LaHarpe, Miss Lillian Perkins, of iMoran, Miss Maude and Bessie Talley. Miss Bffle and Rosa Williams, Miss Rosa Ens­ mlnger, Miss Mary Stewart. .Miss Lela Hunting. Mr. VIrl Aber. Mr. Herbert Ford, Mr. Earnest Culbertson. Mr. Fred Talley. Mr. Art Loife of Oklahoma. Mr. John Rainej-.'Mr. Jim Fitzgerald. Mr. Will Ensmlriger. Mr. Alpha, Ralph. Charley, Roy and Belle En.smlnger, and Floyd aiid Hugh Wilson. ONE WHO WAS THERE. Mrs. Minnie Cbitwood and children went to Bronson Tuesday for a few days' visit with her parents. Had a Close CalL Mrs. Ada L. Crooni. the widely known proprietor of the Croom fiotel. Vaughn, Miss., says: "For several months I suffered with a severe cough, and consumption seemed to have its grip on me, when a friend recommended Dr. King's New Diacoveri". I began taking it and three bottles affected a complete cure." The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy, and lung and throat healer Is world wide. Sold at all druggists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. HABXONT. a— Tumi the Wick as high as you can—AareVno danger—as low at you Jp {|Bf *e —thtfe's no smell That a because the smokefess device prevents smoke or smdl— dtat means a steady floW of glowtos beat for evefy ounce of fuelbunied in a PERFECnON (HI Heater You can carry it about and care for it just as easily as a lan^ Bnss oil font holds 4 quarts burning 9 houn. Handsomdy ' isbed in japan and nickel Evety beater watranted. The t> LamO , che«»»e«» *7 "**r' to the long winter evenings. Steady, jbrSKant lig^t to read, sew or knit by. Made dt 4 >rus, idckel plated, latest inqiroved centoal drdft I, burner. Eveiylanip wananted. If your dealer can^ • not supply Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp I write our noBr^ agency for desoriiptive orodar. j 8TANDiUU> on. COMPANY fl «r iiijpn •mj -. fin. Or— ——• *« Mr. and Mrs. Lee Edwards, and Miss Nellie Minster returned.to Kansas City Sunday after an extended visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jackson. .Mr.<?. Dan Cornell helped her mother clean house Tuesday. Frank Harrison, of Humboldt, is working for P. H. Reed and Gary Cloud this week. Miss Oolda Crater spent Monday and Tuesday of last week with W. H. Brown and famllj'. Mr. Hodges and family returned to their home in Kingfisher. Oklahoma, after a few weeks' visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith. Rutli. Roy and I^eto Johnson and Guy. Chost»»r. Mahle and LlUIe Smith, visited with Mr. Krouse's young folks Sunda.v. Zola and Virgie Cloud spent Saturday night and Sunday with their Grandma Booe. The young men that are boarding with Mrs. I... .T. Booe went to Thayer Sunday to visit home folks. Jasper and Lester Snodgrass visited at Mr. P. H. Reed's Sunday. Robert Johnson called on Watson Johnson Sunday afternoon. Mr. A. Henry and Miss McCalllon of Chanute visited with Mrs. Charles Turner recently. Tho roads arc being graded for the now mail route. Mr. and Mrs. Len Briley visited with his mother. Mrs. A. Brilcy near Cremona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis and son. E^m- erson. of Chanute, and Miss Miaude Zoen of Monroe, Mich., spent Sunday with W. E. Elliott and family. ^riss Rae Gallagher, who has been in the mI'IInery business at Hope. Kas.. came home sick, but Is much better at present . Jack Elliot and Emerson Curtis called at Mr. Hogan's Sunday afternoon. bors in to spend the evening. There were about twenty-five guests and all brought with them several nice pre sents as pleasant reminders of the. day. The evening was spent fn playing games and during the evening the hostess served luncheon and refreshments. E^rery one enjoyed the evening and departed wishing their host and hostess many bappy returns of the day. Mr. and Mrs. George Jones and the children returned Tuesday from a few days' visit with relatives in Linn and Bourbon counties. Mrs. Houston, of Covington. Indiana, came here Tuesday for a visit with her uelce, Mrs. Dora Townseud. Mr. Frank Cox has the fotindatlon all done for his house and the carpenters are at work on the house. Ho Is building near the road south of Fred, Kramer's. Several from this side were in Tola Tuesday and took In the big rally or _at least they must have taken sorae- hlng In. Most of them never came back the same day. Sylvia Cox, EHhel Townsend and Pansy Johnson went horseback riding and called on the Kramer girls Sunday night: EJthel Townsend spent Tuesday evening In lola. There was a crowd of people from Tola came out to Horseshoe Bend last Sunday. There were two automobiles ind a hack full. We did not learn who they were, or whether they were just having a picnic or gathering nuts. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Johnson spent F'riday with their son. John, at^j'et- er Johnson's, it being his twentietn jirthday. Mr. Cornell Is looking for his daughter, Mt^. Mbry Golf and her husband of Stillwater, Minnesota, to arrive the last o? this week. Rosa Bishop of lola is visiting Lettie Duggan this week. Pansy Johnson Is visiting in lola this week. We understand that Frank Hecox, Nick Roush, Harry ReiUy and Charley Conger start for Oklahoma Wednesday to husk corn there. and a quarantine was placed on the house, which kept Mrs. Beahm there. The sick is getting being much better. [along nicely now^. I T^-EST OF THE BITER. Eva Osborn, Mrs. and Ira Peck all PLEASANT VALLEY HILL. ii LIBERTY. o Mrs. Pearl Biggs' baby was f\\\Ut> sick last week with indigestion, hut It Is beter now. Mr. Knox and family of Toi<» wew* visiting Mrs. Teeters at Mr. Murnby'» Sunday <aAd In the afternoon they all called r*n Rtbel Townsend. Last Thursday being Stephen Towo- send 'e blrth ^ty, Ijls iwtfe »im »ijsed liim by lovItUig several of the neish- I C. R. Flake was called to New Mlx- Ico Monday but he did not arrive there In time to see his s'on alive. Grandma Montgomery. Grandma Osborn and daughter. McFann. Ella, Opal visited Sarah Preston Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Snively who have been visiting In the Valley neighborhood visited Mr. Shockeys Monday night, and J. M. Preston's Tuesday morning. Fred Beatty. Howard and Walter Ling. Elmer Peck aind Frank Preston are taking in the stock fair at Kansas City this week. John Morrison came over Tuesday after a couple of heifers he has In Mrs. Crocker's pasture. All the schools this side of the river so far as we have heard are getting along nicely this fall. Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Osborn and Miss E^ra Osborn visited Ella Peck Monday night. C. R. Flake, wife and family, are r?.- celvlng the deepest sympathy of their: many friends in the loss of their dear son. Frank, who died at Texico. New Mexico, where he had gone in the hope of benefitting his health. But sympathy cannot bind up the broken hearts nor fill the place made vacant In their home. Frank Flake was a dutiful son. loving brother and an obliging neighbor and much loved by his friends. He took cold htst spring which soon ripened Into quick consumption. All was done that loving parents, relatives, friends and medical aid could do, but where the giim monster. Death, lays its icy finger there is none who can stay the hand and we can only bow with humble submission to the will of Him who doeth all things well. There is no arrangement made yet for the funeral an-l can't be until they get the word as lo when the body will be here. EXCHANGE OB SELL. List your property with me. I have a large list to match from. No expense unless a deal Is found for you. I have 240 acres In Neosho county. Kae, to. exchange for good Tola property. J. T. MILES. Boom 10, Oli Ceort Uonsc. TH« lOLA ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO. Maimfoctarers, Wholesale and eetoO Dealers CRYSTAL ICE And Distilled Water Ni-K Celt Sten^rc Icaiy ler . «a8iBee8. Pbeae lit. FRANK RIDDL&. Mgr. Stoves Set up and connected, also an/ other gas fitting. Go d wo'k and reasonable charges. Phone 29 IWI TORES^ Register Want Ads. bring results. MAGAZDiES AM> F^ERIODICALS can be secured of J. E. Henderson who deals with the publishers and furnishes them at the lowest price possible. Trial su'jscrlptlon to Van Norden's. 3 months 25c. Phone 98. 414 N. Backeye We were sorry to hear of the death of Prank Flake, which occurred on Tuesday morning In New Mexico,: where his mother had gone with him in the hop<» of benefitting his health. The disease was called consumption. Mr. George Ellis, sr., is getting a: little discouraged about his well that be is having drilled. They are down eighty-five feet deep and not through the shale and have got no water to , speak of. He thinks it is costing him • too much. E. Balrd Is cutting kaffir corn. He saj's It is not frosted too much to make good fodder for stock. Grandma Osborn with E>a and her daughter's mother-in-law. Grandma Montgomery, visited Preston's. Peck6.j Mat Beahm's. George Ellis' this week.{ Prank Ellis butchered a hog lastj Monday. ! ' Mr. and Mrs. Snively. of Tola, visit,ed old friends and neighbors in the Valley from Friday until Tuesday ev-l eaing. Everybody was glad to see them and wanted them to stay and visit longer. The church here.has chosen Newt < Tucker of Parkervllle to take charge i of the class here for tbe next year.} Next Snnday Is his first appointment.. I being the third Sunday In the .month. • • Everybody come out and bear him. ; Mrs. John Beahm went to lola Friday to visit her daughter, who had a' sick child. It was decided whi!e she; wae tbere tbat U was scarlet terer, ^:lJ.rif! The kind tbat makes travel a pleasure, is the daylight service. To Kansas City BY THE "KATY" The traiu JS not only convenient for Kansas Citypassengers.but equallyso for those desirous of making connections there for points beyond. TRAIN LEAVES Chanute 12:20 p. m. Humboldt 12:40 p. m. Plqtui 1:05 p. m. lola 1:25 p. m. AND ARRIVES AT .Kansas City 5;05 p. tn. H. L. PECK Ticket Agent ^ 10^. KAN.

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