Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 17, 1908 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, October 17, 1908
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THSIOLASmT UrtWlMii ^S^ii estaUtohed 1869. stitiir^tiiif AliiCiuty Milt lilt li AfliiCi. Assets; $1,200,ON ' —Flhigrrald, Aiilo Livorv. Vhuni + •> • From Mildred. Miss Hf-lPii Smith of Miitlrod hert» to spend sovoral dsiys wiili h<^r parents. .TudRo and Mrs. .1. I! Wmit In College Ciioir. •Miss Floronco Tlioiiipsnn .who is a tending Bothany collegft at Lindsbors Is making rapid progress in music Miss Thompson is eEpeclally.talented for vocal work and has reoenily been honnr<»d with a position in the choir. The twelve volofs arf chosen for the choir from the music students and the worlt mnst he up to a hi ^h stand ard hcfore one 's name is selected. •^ • • In Topeka. iMiss Blanche Sessions weiit to Topeka today to spend the week en with her "brother. Mr. Charles Scss Ions. • •:• • In Kansas City. 'Miss Alice Hendricks is in Kan sas City for several days' visit, •i* •^ Mrs. Buchanan Home. Mrs. Emma Buchanan ha.s return Pd from a vt .-;:t with relnilves lu Wesfern, Kansas. • • • Pennlon Day Dinner. There will he the usual pension day dinner for the Q. A. R. on Novem "bcr fourth. iMembers of the Woman" nellof Corps will servo the meals and provido n short proRi-ani to IMI tertain th»' guests. •:• •:• •:• Relief Corps Meeting. The fortnightly meetiuR of llie Wo man's Relief Corps w .as held in (',. R. hall yesterday aftfrnoon. Th corps membership wajs well r<prt» sented. • •> To Garnett. Mrs. O. W. Appel went to Carnett this afternoon to conditci an inspec tion of the Relief Corps there. Mrf Apple is past department command er of the W. R. C. •> • V Eastern Star Reception. One of the tdea.sani events of the "Week jnst closinc: was the reception given by the Eastern Star chapter last evening for their friends in eel ebration of the anniversary of the or t?anization of the orden Mrs. S. A Coffraan. -worthv matron. .T. B. Kirk and W. 1 J. Bartles gave brief addr.^ss e .«t and Mrs. Rhss Claibornp. Miss "C'ara Cranple. '.Mrs. AV. R!. Heylmun Mrs. S. A. Coffman and Miss AH)erta MtthEon contributed music. After an informal hotir refresliments were served by a committee of members The decorations for lahlps were ot autnmn leaves and festoons of crepe paper were hung about the room The guests numbered one hundred. • • • Mrs. Harris Here. •Mrs. Margaret Harris is hero for an-extended visit with her ."^oii. A. P Harris. Fhe has been a guest of bor daughter. Mrs. Dan Bartholomew of Rldorado Springs. Mo., for .cpv .-ral month.s. / IIPIT FMUII lleuver. Mrs; I^wrence Wilson and (!;iiiuli ter. of lioiiver. Colo., arrivi-d l:isi ev.n Inp for a visit wiili IHT iiii.tli .-r Mi ^. .1. OiUiNII. .\ .J. Able t«» He I'll. Mr<!. K. .1. «;illiait who has bivn vj-K for the j >af ;t week, is now ahio in bi up most of the linie. • • •> Entertain Mrs. Prentiss. 'Mrs. NoMe Prentiss of Topeka. who is coming here next week for the club convention is to be a guest of Mr. and Mrs. F.;A. Northrup. Mrs. Prentiss is to contribute a paper to a program of one of t|je ses .<;ions. I "-liiilrt' ^i->'*' , , , • . GRADUATE OPTICIAN EYES TESTED FREE G'asses Fitted $i and up SotJsfactfoit Gnaranteed mm laspeUiirf. T. Brother Is III. .Mrs. 1.. W. Duncan lias boen called to Kldoraiio .Springs, .Mo., bocausp of tlu- serious illnt'ss of li<'r hriilbor. Milton Kt-ist-r. ("lull A Paper in Rhyme, women in lola just now av< saying some vory cfimplimeuiarx things about a papor M.-s. L. IF. Wishard r^ad at the .Sorosls luncheon the other day. The paper presented during a program in the aflr-rnnon and was in greeting to tlie niembeif. In the event of Mrs. Wlshard's recent eloction to ilio pre.^ideney. Tlo- en- tirp paper was in .-liyme, and li showed much thought and talent too. and feaiiir.;! tlip progratns given during the season of lf»07-«S. Mrs. Wish ard also referred lo/tiie hostesses and the aj)p"atisf' which followed the con eluding lines was a tribute to the orig Inality of tlie composer. • • Receotion to Pastor. Rev. and Mrs. Sehultz of the Re- formpd church are honor guesl.s nl a recep'lon ai tlie liouie of Mixs Mary Itpipslurg toiiay. The host>v'r-.e.s are menilier.': of rlie Children":; .Ml.'-f^lon hand •!• Taffy Pull. Mr. Travis Morse was Itost at a "taffy pull" Inst evening to eutertain members of his class In the Presliy- tprian ".Sunday school. The evening was spent in tite hasement of the church and after enjoying an hour In making confeetious several games were played. .Vnion;.' those present were: iMr. and .Mr.s. A. V. I.^^ma.s- lers. .\!r. A. \l. Miss Madge .Joyce. Miss .Mary Shields. Miss.Ol.-ii nis Bari'es. Miss Ruth M.assengale Miss l.ticile Rilchey. Miss AKIIPS Mil lie. .Miss Vileiia Catcs. Miss Oracf Moore. .Miss .Anna Ewing. Mi-^^ N'eva Riiier. "Miss Fr.ances Miin.-oii. • • •> Working Society. The afternoon meeting of (he Pres byterian Working society yesterday w'juitgiven over to the reports of committees concerning the dinner to be served on Thursday of ne.vt week to the delegates who will be here for the federated club convention. The ladies will have ti.e assistance of a dozen you'ng women nt the tables and it is expected that the guest.-i will number one hundred. •:• • •> ' P. E. O. Chapter. A njeeiing of the P. K. O. chainer has been announced for the approach n: Tuesday. The name of the hostess will be announced on Mondav. • +V • To Western Kansas. 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snodgrass left oday for Western Kansas, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Snodgrass have been the Sliest of Mr. and .Mrs. G. W. Allen since yesterday afternoon and were honor enests at a Mexican dinner at (he !>.(one of their host and hoste.«s a-;t evening. Auditorium TOMOHT Bitty Sioin in his famons TABtE AOT BAnLEOFATHLETES K ALP AS .4 \D TRIPLETS MEET OX GBIBIROX TOMORROW. ETO of Great Contest FInd!i Looal.i Confident of Wlnnlngr—Gaiae at Park. Cantrell. .\ellie .Morris. Blanche B ^iss Lilly Mess, Zella McGulre. Hazel M^- (lUire. -Mrs. .T. A. Morris, Mr-s. L. Hay and dtiughter Ruth. Lola Marie Everett and Duffield Hay, Mr and .^irs (leorge Hewitt, Mr. and .Mrs. .Mose Bess and son Freddie, ^Afrs. .1. jM Wofford and daughter, I.,eona, Clarence Woffonl, Queen Cott, Mr. dnA Mrs. Har\'ie McGulre. —\unnally"s Candles, always at Burre"'R Drug Store. fres A Healthy Family. "Our whole family has enjoyed goiod health since we began using Dr. King New Life Pills, three .vears ago," say L. \. Unrflet, of Rural Route L C.iill fonl, Maine. They cleanse and tone the .^y.-iieni in a gentle way that does von goo«l. 'I'n- at all «lrnggist«; WENT XO PNGINE. Judge Taft Shook Hands With Eogin eer in North Carolina Town. In Kansas City. (JraCe .Marr is a suesi in Kansas Citv for a of few Mi.«^s frieuils ay.>4. Return Home Next Week. Mi^ Pi.'ne Elder of Ottawa who visiiiii" her niotlu'r. .Mrs. F. K. ^^.•ll!. .• will return lonie next week. • * + Mr. Hestwoofi Coming. Mr Oiis HestwoiMl. who has been in Wichita recuperating from an at- ark of fever is pxi>ected to he here ext week to visit at Thistle hall, •t- •> Miss Chamberlain Here. Miss Mary Chamberlain, of Humboldt is a guest of lola friends today. nreenshoro. N. C, Oct. 17.—;A Hlghpoint. .Tudge Taft was Introduced by ,1. E^lwood Cox, Republican can dldate for governor and after speech went forward to the enginf and shook hands with the engini>jer H. C. Kiniore. who is the Republic|an nominee for corporation commission er. and with the conductor, the R« publican nominee for the legislaturt Hold Monthly Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the Allen County Teachers* Association! is being held in Moran. Kns., today, numhef of the local teachers are attendance. Son Horn Yesterday. .A son was born last evening to Mr and Mr.s. Sig Coffelt. of Wl^ .\orlh Washington. Return Home. T. M. Halbert of Meridan. this has returned home after a vis Jth Mr. and Mr.*;. Chas. K. May. ReV.'^albert has been attending the B. conference. J>, A Do Yon Open four Hoath Like a young bird and gulp down what* ever food or niediciue may t>e offered you ? Or, do you want to know something of the cobiposition and character of that which you take into your stomach whether as food or medicine? Most intelligent and sensible people now-a-days Insist on knowing what they employ whether as food or as nedlctnc. Dr. I'ierce believes they have a iierfect right to inxbt upon such knowledge. So he publlshes,->teQadrast and on each bottle* wracP^r, whaQB 'lBsdteioes ar« made of aaJ^flesJjrrfgtt^ DHOtiSSU jLgord tftjip ^KTunr ihf mna ienUQl which hui medtclnea irtJlaade are atudled and understood Dig golfWIll'tiieir superior curative vtrtuet U. For Mr. an^ Mrs.^ Denning Mr. and A number of friends of Wrs. H. Denning happily jsurprlsed them on Wednesday evening and spent an hour with them |at- thetr home. Miss Erma Cantrell jwt 9 was present ^ve several readings and the I company- taingled' Informally un- ,a:Iate hour vhen Mrs. [ Denning nerved delicious refreshment^. Amonc t^ose preaent were . Mlasjea ESmra cure of woman's peculiar wealc- oeMet, Irrefularltles and derangeimentt, giving rise to (rvquent headaches, back' ache, dracglng-down pain wr distress in lower abdominal or pelvic region, arcom- panied. ofttimes. with a delriUuUnt. pelvic, catarrhal drain and kindred symptoms of weakness. Dr. Pierce's Fayorito Frcecriptlon is a most efficient remedy. It Ts equally effective In curing painful periods. In giving strength to nursiog mothers and In preparing the system of the ex|)ectant mother for baby's coming, thus rendering childbirth safe and comparatively painless. The "Favorite Pre- jcrlptloii" Is a most potent, strengthening tonic to tite general system and to the organs distinctly feminine ih parUcular. It Is also a soothing ahd invigoratiiiK oervtne and cures nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, chorea or St Vitus^s dance, ana other distressing nerrons symptoms at* Vepdant npon functtonal and organic diseases of the distinctly feminine organs.! 'A host of medical authorities of all tha several schools of practice, recommend each of the several Ingredients of which •Favorite Prescription" is made for the cure of the diseases for which it Is claimed to be a cure. You may read what th^y say/or ynuntlf by sending a postal eaird request for a frte booklet of ^MtraCts yoa far return post By shifting RIghthalf Warren .Allen to full back and working Floyd Robinson into the half hack i>osltion. thus remedying the weak spot In the team, full hack, the "Triplets"' will go into the game In the best 0/ condition. Al though Robinson is much lighter than the other members on the team he is fast and has the experience. itJvereii Rankin, the regular right half, has been forced to he nut of town and con- .^pqiiently has not heeii able tt) work out with ;he team. However, he will likely work in pan of the game tomorrow. The locals will lineup about as follows: Center, Knalde or DePointer: righ: guard. Hiner; left guard, I>e.-ker. "itiwo": right tackle. Street; lefi lackle. .lones; right end. Hills; lefi end. Marker; (jnarter. Brennan; lefi half. Campbell; right half. Robinsiut. Kankin: full back. .Mien. The Kalpa club foot ball team «.f Ft. .Seoit and the "Triplets" will ria.>-h in the IClectrIc park field tomorrow .ifiernofin in what protnLqes 10 tie one of the hardest fought games .'^eeii on the lOi ^al grounds for several year.-:. Much liiier «-5i in the game is helng shown. A large crowd from f ".as <.'ii\ and L :i llarpe will likely be prei-u-ni The game will be called at 3 o 'clock. At practice last evening the hack field of the 'Triplets"' showed mid- .seaKon form although they have not been practicing for more than a week. Never at any time during the workout has the line cau.sed Captain Hrennan any worr>- as It has both the "beef" and the speed. The Scott squad headed by Man ager Ray Roberts will arrive here tomorrow morning on the westbound Mi^ourl Pacific. They have manifested their intention of giving the local players a good drubbing. It is likely that the squad from the nelghl)orlng city will be accompanied with a number of rooters. A letter from Ft. Scott was received here ye.s -i terday containing the information that a crowd of about fifty rooter.-? wn^ild arrive on the .same train as the piayir.-t. LET US WRITE YOUR POLITICAL speeches, addresses, club papers, lectures, orations, etc. "Every production a master piece.", write us your neeils wp can supply you. All correspondence confidential. Dept. M., Central Litei- ary Bureau, ILMii Harrison. Kansas City, Mo. Business Dltectoty• TO LOAN— 1.^,000 private money on farm land at 6 per cent.—lola Land Co. \ WANTED- -MImamUmmmaua W.ANTED—To buy a vacant lot well located in Le.-J.ter Lofton, l-a Harpe. WA.N'TF-D—To rent an improved farm. M. B. care Regi.ster. W.ANTED—Position in a restaurant or housework, inquire at 40.S South Third. • WANTED—Repair men. oilers and laborers for cement rnlll worK. Write us fully giving references. The I'ort- land Cement company. Portland, Fremont County, Colo. Much interest is being manifested here In the game betwtfen Kansas and Oklahoma which Is being played In Lawrence today. Today's games In the west follow: Iowa vs. .Mls.soiirl at Columbia. Oklahoiuti v.s. Kansjs at I.,awrence. Midland «'o!legp vs. Campbel; college at Holion. Kas. William .lewell vs. St. Mary's at St. Mary's. Tarklo vs. Ml.s.sonrl We.sleyan at Tarkip. Haskell vs. Washburn at T«ipeka. Washington v.s. Knox, t.'olorado college vs. Utah. Crelghton vs. tJrlnnell. Drake v.s. Cor. .Michigan Aggies vs. Kalamazoo. Ohio Wesleyans vs. Woostcr. Simpson vs. .Monmouth. Shuriieff vs. illinolit college. Arka.<!as vs. St. Louis university. Chicago vs. Illinois. Denver cs. Colorado Aggies. Indiana vs. Wisconsin. Michigan vs. Notre Dame. .Montano vs. School of .Mines.. * To Settle Banquet Debts. A meeting of .the Allen county Bar As.sociation Is being held In the court room of the court house this afternoon. The purpose of the meeting is o settle the Indebtedness made by the recent banquet. W.AXT—Six or 7 room bouse, close In. .Might l)uy, if bargain or advance year's rent. Or will exchange following, can add som« cash: Two story business proi )erty. next door P. O.. Scranton. Iowa, leased .'. years 1200 year. C ear. \ZM*\. Four i \y>ra cottage .'{ lots, best part Ponca City. Okla. $1500 annual lease. Clear. Six room cottage 2 lots, large barn, close In. La Harpe. 11750, mortgage $6f.O; will clear. Half interest 25 by 120 brick 1 story and adjoining 2 .story frame business hou .stf. Admire, Ka.-i. with shelving, counters and lighting plant. $3000 for half interest. Clear, long—.^08 North Walnut street, lola, Kas. Phone H12. DR. MILDRED CURTIS • Physician and Snrgeon. • Office over Bu'-rell's Drug Store • Office Phone 554. • Residence 214 E. Jackson • Phone C69. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • DRS. REID & REID, • Physicians and Sor^ns. • X-Ray and Electrical Appliances. • Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat. • Office Phone 357; Rea. 396. • DB. McMILLEX, Special attention given to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Children. Telephones: Office 32, Res. 232. Office over Burrell's Drug Stora West Madison. 1 I WANTED—lola • property to exchange for Kansas and Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. Office over Iowa Store, lola, Ka.s. Phone 687. Res. 701. • DR. 0. L. COX, • Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. • Spectacles Properly Pitted. • Office A. O. U. W. Bldg. • • • • « Offlca TeL 1083. Night TeL 40« • • DR. R. 0. GHRISTIAlf • Physician and Swgeea • Rooms 7 and 8. £>rans Bide. * • • • • • • • • • • WANTED—A »irst class salesman to sell our teas. cotree.=i and specialties direct to the consumer In and around lola. A good paying bnsiness to right partlesi. Write or call on the Grand Union T#a Co., 704 Kansas Avenue, Topeka, Kas. SALESMEN & AGENTS— $ |.$ $50.00 per week and over can be made sellli^g New Campaign Novelties from now until election. Sells to Stores, County Tain, Picnics and Private I<\imilies. Complete line of samples, charges prepaid for 6(ic. Order toda.v. CHlC.\aO N07ELTY CO., 60 Wabash Ave., Chicago. FOR SALE-miBomllmmmoum FX)R S.\LE—Several fnll blood Cumb White Orpington and Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cockerllls, six months old. If sold within ten days $1.00 to $2.00 each. E. C. (Jeary, 110 South Fourth, Io!a. Phone 12."M. F. n. MARTDT, Surgery and Diseases ot Women. Office and Residence Phone E7S Office 7 North Jefferson. JEWELRS. B. F. Pancoast, old reliable Jeweler, 110 East Street Lodge Dbectory K9I0HVS OF rVTHnH ._\>n«ht Lodge No. 43 1- -"en Monday night at K. of J .i-'ii v'i>.:iii.s b/o* thera Invited. W. S. luoiapoou. C. Chris Ritter. K. of R. aiid a FOR SALE OR RENT—My store at Elsmore. Kas. See M. L. {Decker, 211 North Sycamore. Phone 926. FOR SALE OR TRADE—For horses or cattle, 8 room house. Inquire 621 South Buckeye. fOR Reia» mimomilmmmoua FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. .^OS South Jefferson. LOST mad fOUHO LOST—Gold medal. Prohibition on it. Return to this office. KNIGHTS OF MACCABSEST- Knights of Maccabees of th« World meets in K. P. Hall, second and fonrth Saturday nights ot eadi month. J. W. Postwait, conunander; R. B. Porter, record_keeper^__ W. 0. W.—Camp No. 101 meets in K. of P. Hall every Friday night W. T. Steele. C. C. A. II. Davis, Clerfc Visitors cordially Invited. ^ M. W. A*-^The M. W. A. Lodge meets every Friday night in M. W. A. Hall. Visiting brothers Invited. P. C Coffleld, V. Ci. W. A. Cowan. Clerk. BOTAL KEIGHBOBS^IoIa Camp No. 365. Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of eadl month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oraclei Mrs. Mary Hutton, 413 West Streeti Recorder. BOUGHT CHANUTE CAFE. Pre dGerbitz Will Enter Business in Neighboring City. Fred Orbitz of tils city yesterday purchased the 1 Owl Cafe at Chanute. He took possession al once and will conduct the business under Its for mer name. "Mr. Gerbltz Is an experienced restaurant man. having been that line of business for a niim her of >-ear8 previous to his eomini: to .lola. A large number of friend < this city extend best wishes for success in his new location. Senate Conenrrent Resolatlaa No. H. A proposition to amend the constitution relative to the disqualification of judges in ho!d certain offices. Be It resolved by the I.,eglslature of thp State of Kansas, two-thirds of the members elected to each house thereof concurring therein; Section 1. The following proposition to amend the constitution of the state of Kansas Is hereby submitted to^the qualified electors ,ot the state for their approval or rejection: That section 1.1. article 2. be amended !;o as to read as follows: Sec. 13. The ju."- tices of the supreme court and tbe udges of ail courts of record of this state shall, at stated times, receive for their services such compensation as may be prpvlded by law,, which .shall not be increased during their respective terms of office. Such justices or judges shall receive no fees or perquisites nor hold any other office of profit or trust under the authority of tbe state, or the United States, except the office of judge of any federal court or jukice or judge of a court of this state, during the tend of office for which such injustices and| Judges shall be elected, nor practice law-l^ any of the courts in the state duAnc their OUR TELEPHONE is constantly ringing these days. September, you know, is tbe time to have tbe summer dust cleaned out of carpets. We are busy, but your order will receive prompt and careful attention. Phone us today. lOU RUG FACTORY Pheae n%. FRATERNAL BROTH£RHOOD<-. Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meeta second and fourth Thursday ot each month in A. O. U. W. llalL VIsitlns monhers cordially invited. W. H. Anderson, precldent; Golda Elam. secr»- tary. continuance In office. Sec. 2. This proposition shall be submitted to the electors of the state at the general election of represent.n- • Ivea in the year l&OS for their ap- roval or rejection. The amendment hereby proposed shall be designated on ttie official ballot by the following title: "Tbe judicial amendment to the constitution.", and shall be voted foi or against as iirovlded b}' law undei such title. Passed the Senate January 29. 1907 Passed the House March 9, 1907. Approved March 12, 1907. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of original senate concurrent resolution No. 11 now on file at my office. C. E. DENTON. Secretary of State 2-9-16-25. The constant dropping water wears away the hardest stone. The constant gnaw of Towser masticates the tonghest bone. The constant wooing lover cafrles away the blns^lig maid; And t|ie.,Constant Advertised la the • - Jiftaa^jr)M)-QKT8 tiM tnile.' LOW COLONIST TO CALiroRNIA LD MEXICO THE NORTHWEST AND BRITISH CdLUMBIA VIA i ON SALE Sept. Ist toOct.3 }8t Ask tor FuU InfonuUoB.

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