Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 9, 1907 · Page 2
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- ^THK lOLA DAILY BEOISTEK. WEPMyBDAT EVOIXO. OrTOBER 9, 1907. L. L. NORTHRUP, PrMldenc F: A. NORTHRUP, Vics.PrMi (lt |q^ .. D. P. NORTHRUP, Second VicePmt. A. U BRUMBAUGH, Cuhler. MELVIN FRONK, Asst. Caahlar. North ru p National pan k ItffMitorj (ir tie mu SUtei Statt 9t Kuiii AUei Ciiity Established 1869. Olleti liik ii Allei C». Asdets $1,200,000 FAl-I.. Tlif inonis an- ii r ili.iii ;li'> The mils ;iif i;r'!ili-.- Iil..\v 1 Thfi lipiiy?' •iicdi is |,liiini*'i. - Ksiiiiv i):,-ic. lit Tiio .1. r < : joyal)l<- parly pr so ill romiiliiii •III <».ii- i • niinibcT. ^ii^.s i .in...(.->. woddini; \vi}l I .• < •• • I few wc'Ks. '('ii<- j;ivi-n iiiiaKMoiis |! •> : I ••\i -ir':i. a .-ill Hi Hu'iv rai''il wail in .•• -1 i>!' Iiiiu.ir w.i Ills of riiiiia ii: , Iiouor of til-' <»<-asiJii Tims;' \>v^ . <nt WfTi' Miss Ui 'Icn I'nllin'l-. Mis: j f.'rac" .M;ui-. .'ili-- ''ii'i.,! n:i-i>«isou. . Miss HiMliiM :.Mi -i\.'iit>a. .Mi-s Laura ' C'tirry ami Mi;-, .lam s McM n:: :iy. ; TIK - (•liii-fiaii on socltiv ..avi- ; infoiwal l <i- 'I'l i"li — .li' "t.Tiiooii as a lar"\v.- ! lor ih.-ii (1:1-. pro,-:i«l<Mit. \U:-. 1: .\' I'liilliii' 'I'li .-r.' ! W'Tc siM'ial laili'-s of tin' siuii-ly in : altciKlai:;-'' to^ r :i:c' < liiiipaiu .and in llu- Hiiiiiiu vMfin .l.-licious ilaiii 'ti.'s wore siMVOil troiiL |iri 'Milv dfcor - atod fables. 'I 'lu-n- W-MC a lai;;.' mini ber of frit'nds <ii ihr .:;iifsl of lioiio^ present. 'I'lic l.:!i!i< :-' Mi .-;i . ;a !i lu-^-a 1 li-•social ami sliiilv SIM-OH ycsl "n!a> a: ;t«-rnoon iiy an ••lalnn.iif |(ii>;;iuni an.; rocentioii at ib'' iminc of .Mrs. W. T. .AVaUvon; vice iivi>iilfiii ni thf chili ;Th<' pro>;raiu Avliicli was panicii>aa-.I in by a ffw ol tin- nicnluMs was a,foUows: : LaSlUnns.-- Kan. .Mr- IV K. Waiuli Shai!ows-('; .1 Hdiici. .Mrs. liolion: Coodliyf^-Tosr:. .Mr- .\. W /..•nia.- lers. Scarf l)aiiii—"<"i!.i!iii:ia.l'-. .Mi -s N.-! Fiin. Mrs. H<iss ('l:!:iii>! nr. - Indian Sliiiiili'-i Soni: - WO'IIIUKIH. Jlr.x. W. J". \\'.;ii.soji, ;• Shadows l);tiii-<- .\!tl »M\M-.;. .Mis-. I'atti M.'Icalf. ' '. Orchard Sliiiiil"-: Sun. - Mi- O. T. LaCraiigc. - DtlrinU 111"- illli'! K'.n,, M ,-v Wjlt.il:, •nllh' IIK ' a-sjsia nl' li v MIIM-.'S hi'rvfd a iiifiia .11 iwo iniiis.- The rliili i.-. iiiainiinu in ii..-!;.- Ji'iir one of 111'- u\ii;t ln-illianl Ihe orpaiii/alimi -uin'- srasoii- Nexl month tlt<' rlMli j- :„ eleci ; Idem to suoceoil .Mi's .Malc-oni IHi^lie.' who is coinc in ijn- \V>-st'-i-!i s'ates. The nieiiiiicrslii;i li.-i c oir lii^s ;|i- JTollowinK nanirs: ; Mr .K. Alalcoiii Flii:;lii'-. i .r>. -iil !,-r Mrs. W. T. \V;it-(-ii ].r .-id.iit. Uliss I.nra COOIMT. -< i -''-ia' • : Mi-- O' iv<>. HailKiiis. irfHsiii-er; Mi- c (, ICvans. l-allari.e. .Mr--. C M (•.,].•. .Mis •R' F. l»fw,.,. iMi- 1' I-: Wall:;!.. Mr^ Boss ("lailionic. M;--. .1. W IViltoii Mrs. O. T. f.aCraii-e Mr- W '•. Han liins--. .Mrs. .\. V. I .e!ii.-isi,-'--. .Mrs. !•' H. Martin. Mjs. .\ i> T-i";!;: .Mrs. Look at Our 1 Libbey Cut C.liass, Kook- I wood Pottery and Hami raiiittd China. Sewal), Jeweler and OpticiaB IO.J North Washington. .;. W. l-V,-;iK-. Mrs. E. U. Miller. Mrs \\ !'.. lioiiabooni. .Mrs. W. S. tViod ."in. . MIS. C H. Crick. .Miss Crac-.V. Nmi. .Mi.--. .Vlice llfiidricUs. .Mis- \:ii.jia .Miin.-nii. -Mis-,- I'aili .Meli-alf. < . !(>n.\. .M':.- Kiiinia Ni -wloii and .Mis- !;i's.i;ia Cliarlrs. :lii. UK-a-4'1 l-r - Hey There! "Where are you going?' "Qoing after a sack of Um Sm Paimht Fiour. My '.vife won't u.se anything else." Kmwtoa tmig. St f/v. Go. •|j • I'l -li.Mcrian WorUiiiu vocieiv I I ... • ]• •> a ('lip ul iilJlc--.- M 'stei 1' Ml.- II i-at>-s \v.-i> I iiii-eii esiiii'iil and .Mis. !!. S. .\spinall vic'' esiili'ii;. Tlii:* session was ».:ily lo. isiiii-.-.- purposes, liie re.i;iilar liiee: Ill -ill:; :-c!le iill.'d lor !le\! Wl'c-K •> • • I Oil s .\oi-:'.nip is home ''•.ir.u Ciil Indiana wliere le' spi-iit a lev. .-.-i s ill III iii:li:ai-y school. Tlii- l -;ii« iiilli 1,1 ami'- of the l-'il-^. >i I-;, elinn-li li'-lil ii Imsini s- iiie.Min-. ia-i 111- III ill li 'Mr it-iMiris of varioii- eoiiiiii:;!- 1 - .iUii olh<'>'is. Ill • .Mi Il'o.l -I A .! soci.M> li.-!d a In: -i Iiils II- ss si -?siiill >esterilay all'-I i.e. .11 ill I le eli-ii(-!i larloiv. Tlie w n-; ' III- aflei iii'oii wap confined 'o ill' a<-''-iiai'i--- 111 le.orls and tin- allow of hill.. ^ 'iS »•« •"• A :.ir ^t- iiiiii.li'-:- of iiHMiili -Is of llie ' ; -I an <.iiiri-'' .iiiil its auxiliary I -s wre li :i --<^il lor flev. Iv' i- 1 nil- '.1.1 1 viiinu. The char ..f-'ii i-'ii .-.i -a 11'! ! 1- il s(-iii)-s - of lh<.' i \i .,ii.. was -|.ai|. .\I;i(-lie!ir' aiid l;'•^ l-:!l'-tt p 'iiM il all -.vlii wei'- M) . I • a i • ii- III !•-• - ri' » ill . Mr- O '. lliaii^'- -.w-: a iilllaln 'i. In-r 1 i! 1 ! aniriii: -.- . ' . .-'i- p. i-\ .mi:- '•> : . I i ; 's ,-, p;- 1.1111 e. Ml.--, NaiiUM \iMi -ii- nil. I Mis:: liii 'i'. .\lc.\rli III- who are to |ea\<' soon liii'ii- 11 -.V liniii'- i ;i Oallas. T- \. vin- ''iitei taiiied iiy the Y soiiery 'ii I ••\iiiin:; ai lh<- home of .Miss Zo-.' Mili:.-i,ii i.:i Siiiilh Wasliiiiiit-ii av-- A ft V. iMi '.Iii-is i .f 111'- h'lst -ss soi-ieiy 1 ., ILL jliill...! ;iild Miss .Stch'SOl -••'\-d III ::i-ii.iis I'-freshliienl.-^. .\lioi|. ii .itv ii :i -:i:l 'iT- were in alieinhinci-. + + * .>!:.- Hon: v llend'-rs:iii of Ciiauir- I'-- ie:iiii\'-i. home iilter a vi.-ii with !.. ' .lar. His. Mv. ;iiid Mr-. .1. C Co!' - •••ii'i .Mr .1. K Henderson i -nier • •'.••1 Km. C S. N:iushaiini of lii'i- ii-:ii|ence diiiiii----l-"- coiifcreu-•- w La M.- !•. M: . .\ ; C if il.'ii. who !.as -ip'-iil 1 -.v -.1 u:i.'i .Mrs. K S. Cilfilla;. \ i': ; -a- 1- iiviay v Shehldn. .Mo. ^ . 'I'- Kniii- ' ).-lMr:iii- ^a-ii- :: line ..ii-M .:I 111'- Crand last '-v-iivr.- to:.1-.- .\ M. cnfillaii of Maill.s-. ill.-. •!• •^ ^ ••liii-sil.n i -\"ni:i;;. ')ct at ih'- )ii-|ii'- of tip- hrifle's parents. 'S\r. aiel M;s .1. I-;. Cii\. S'-v -11 miles iiortliea -t ! of UuHarpe. was ><oIoniiiized the niar- ria;;e of .Mr. Benjamin Buiford and .Miss Kloia Cox. The parJor was lieatitifiilly decorated with vines, r.ii iiiniti flowers, golden rod and anters. Ii> one corner was a white arch with lai-Re whll^' bolls sitspeiided from lh<- ct-nter. Promptly at seven o'clock tho bride ami t;'""i"" preceded by .Miss K!- i^.abctli I!nrtoii and .Mr. Louis Burford, wlio a'Hed as bride's maid and III SI man. advanceil to the strains of .Xi'-nille-sohn's wedding march playad liy .Mirs Veiiia Strode, and stood b •- ii.ath the arch where the ceremony was p. r.ornied hy K<'V. .lohii Laughlin of ilie Friend's <-luir<-h of l.aHarpe. c-oip-ratIllations the miests re- pairi d to the daiiiii; room where a !\\o i-iiiir.-e slipper was served. Many I'auiisoiiie presents were received. Tliose pnsmt w-;-ie C. (,'. Perkins. • if I awri-ni'e: Ona Cidi-. Kansa.s City: .Mar:<ui Co.\. Wichita: Irl Smith, lola; i-:st:i \ Smith, lo'a: Messio Howard, loa: l-'li-/:il'eth Hiirton. Chaliule: Ir • '111- .Mc-C'/iirl. .\i -w Vork: Verna Sfeii'-. Iota: .Mrs. Sii-:e Itiirford. Mr i'lid .Mrs. C I.. I'l-iliins. .Mrs. Laii:;h ii' . 1 I Lallan e M;-. and .Mrs .1 K Cox. .Mis-'s .^iaiiiL- and (iertruil'e It.ir- li nl. I aura renlaiiii. Kdna Isaac. .\li- I'l • .;iieves. Thnrsa liiisley. Ida Day. .\ii-!:i I'avl . I'at-ene.- Cox. .Inlia Cox. .\'ai-.^ irel ('•>:». .Messrs. ClareiKi- Isaac, l.-'-i;'s Tyler. Onier Caldwell, l.eroy !"t ;l.ii:s. .\!r. I'asl-. .'oliii Unsley. Lon s l!r-ioii| IM. Unrforii and I-Jdward Cex. -5. + * .Mrs. \. V. Loi"---'- riitert;iii!"i! a' i; :(-! eo:i y -steiii.-n lor .\li-. L' riiilLi.-. 4. A J. Ml \. It \':-.;;isuii'- 1 ••!'iin'-'i io hi: i onie ill C \ illi- loilav iifli'i- \'-ii with hi- aiim. .Mr-. .M. V Sii-k:,> • •^ -:• \ii-- Wiii.i .M<-Co>. wlio has speni ;!•• i';:sT f'-w da.vs wiMi .Mi-s It M-tllM .-•'-:|i. I.-II ;i.ua> to \ i:-l .Miss .May r- -I..-) ill ilu.nl-ildi r; e V. IV C r. niemlMis ami niiin- • I'l, fii'-nils '-njovel an o\s(,-i- >iip. I ' r in till- eliiiic-h last evening. Th- I i'lui was - -1 veil I1-. a ln-vy of . MUIII- a i'-- aiiil a iiiiml'e- ol niiisical -fh-e II 11- aiMi-i' to till- pleasnri- of the oi- •:i i. ii. 1HE OPAL FOR OCTOBER Ttie emblem of 'Unfailing Hops" Our Opal display consists of RINGS. SCARF PINS. BROOCHES. CUFP BUTTONS. ETC. .set with this beatiiiful stone McNEiL BROTHERS. THE J£YfCL€RS. WOMAN FAINTED TWICE .li-ani-lle luren in -.No .Miiliicr to (inide li(-r" 111 Iturini; reri'orniuiice. PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY Koriiicr lola .Man >VIiilh>« in His Stands I p for .Mr. Tinie of rronhlc. I'lSiiile Ibe fact that the leading la'.h. .Mi .-iS .leaiielto Carew, was so ill ii was dillK'ult for her to carry out her heavy role. the seiisation.ll nielo- dr.iiiia ".N'o .Mother lo Cnide Her." was performi-d in :• maiim-r ai the Craml ilie.iier l;--t .•.'•iiin.:; wiii(-li ph-ased lbe|, i::r.:i- aiiiiieme iliai wiinessi-d it. .MissJ, Ca;-ew ''iiiili-'l i.viti- diiiiiij: llie per-;, foiaianci- and a pliysii ian was in at- i'-:.'l-inee ai! the time. Till- liill was one wllieli pleases llie l;ii-j .:i-|- porlioii of theater f;oers. Tin: iii'i is cast ex-ei'lionally well. ea< h i'l-ison playini: hi;: or her role |ier- !e-ilv. ilie Crand tlii':iie:- -.vill be dark tl'is eveiiiii:: for ihe lirsi time ;;!n<e the i;'.''in-^oii (oinpany ':i'i.-ne(l liei-e 'I In- Uoliiiisons play at Hiiinlioldt lliis ev- enin;;. w. n. AXM)I;HSOX, A t tornoT-at-La «T. .Notary and Stcnograiihcr In Oflice. rhone -Jaf.. • * H. A. T'>. ip.;;, S.A.narJ. C. n. Card • • • E^MNt;. (JAK!) & (MKD, • ' Lawjcr.s. • • rracticp in all CocrtS. •^\ti W. Madi.son. Thong SM. II. .1. Powell, who for years was i i-ri iiecled with Ihe lola Hii.-iiii -.-s Co'l'-i:'- liere and who is now propiieloi of He- Cheriy\ale Kepiihliiaii. in i-oninii-ai UVA tioi> nihe arrest of .Mr. Wliiiiow for his connection wiili tin- . S:I|M' ' has this to say: Sam V. Whitlow is «i 'll kiiov.n ; . Ihe (.'ditor of The ltepiilili<-an. liavin: I n his school teacli'-r lie I;.is :i ways borne the besi kind of a ni'ii talioii and has. so far as we know, iln- e-t.-(-ni of his nei;;lilior- ami a(-i(iiaini- aini .: wllieli are -.widely .(.inercd OM-I .\ii '-ll eoiinl.\. lie «as. v.beii on.- U-iieiier. a kindly ,::;eiii letii:'.ii aial a' wa.\.- eondileled liiliise'! in a maiiini above rep;oa<-li. We ln-iieve alisoliile- • y ills sl :iiemeni ami (•;iiii:ol (-om-eixe of siu-|i a possil 'iiilN :i .i lliai li'- miir- .\oUcf. •iniiib'-is of the i* Fraternal Or- present lo. \'ei V at h;ill imp'irl - .Ml ilir or Antlers be I'liiii .:<l:i.v. ()it'il"-r .lill I'll, iiic -: A I'. C.KANT. I' ALIIKKT DAVIS. S-(-y. im. McMILI'EN, Special atieiilion given to tho treatment cf all Chronic Diseases and Disiasea of Children. Telephones: OBice 32, Kes. 232. Office in Mrs. Turner's Hldg., West Madison. «••••* • » «••«**•**' _ I I'hone r>:">-l. lola. Kans. Dir. ^IDITjr S. HAKill. OfHce and Residence over I3ur- • roll's Drug Store, onicn Hours—10 to 12 a.'m., 2 to ( p. m.. 7 to 8 cveni.flgs. HeiuL-iy.-i by Appointment. rcs'l. I* IS THIS itM.A's "SPKr." 1 Phono 687. Res. 701. .I >K. 0. L. COX, Kyc, Ear, Nose and "Throat. Spectae.les I'ropprly Kitted. OfTice A. O. II. W. nidg. \'iiini; .Man by .\nine of ".Siirc" Layman ScuTclj lluH - Cluinis h. ('. US Home. F. II. MAKTIX, Pr.ir-llcn r ,imite'I to Surgery, ir, N. P.ii'l;-oye. Phono r,76. The most iiiagnificznt ass .il- inciil of WATCHES DIAMONDS and JEWELRY J.W, COFFEY & SON K.xclnsiw .lewclers. East Side. Til'- lolliiuiii:; from the Corfeyvill'- .biiiiiial is probably aboiil a formei loii i-ov \vlio now claims Ixaiisas cjiv a.-; bis home. Layman .1 :|-: wli .-11. : ed .Miss Sapp. ;::.: is po.-sible In iuiir.-, ••\ i'b-ni e \Mis ilie ease (It I II I onrse. w ill lake sii -h was i-oiilinii j« aii' 111 iroiibb- while here: 1» '• 3fnoe Phone 108.?. DR. It. O, CHRISTIAN. L'hrHicinn and Snrf^eon. Ill 'onviiiie i.s th lini' For Sale line lip lo ilali : rale-; $l.;.il or > IK Trade. ifel. fill! all til.- r c|;iv: lie.-ll ill spt-elion; Oil low 11. Call or write Laura Skilleti. lola. Kas . or H A Skillell. Cily Hotel. (lkliiillL;ei-, | T. ola SHORTACi: tIF FIXiriMS. Iluslness College UaKiiiu I.ur;re >iiinher ol' Hcsks. ("r College styles—snap and dash—shape, comfort and service. Models and fabrics exclusive. A "different" kind of clothes tliat will give you a "nifty" appearance. That's .Vi-.- C!aia Cran.ule ha.- i"tiirnen ... ;i! ICiiiji.ala wl:er<' she has spent i!'- ;i .:sl ii.oiilii siiilyiii!; pip- or.nan m 'i-:i- with .\li- Flora Hati-s Kenny .'•!rs l.'.-na liro-.vn. ::ii7 .\'oi ili Wash iii;inii. "iiti-rlained the Caroms club las- e\e!iin.:;. This is the dub's re- 1111:1.-11 lor lb-' wiiit-r season ami th-- iic .a -i !:'n was enjoyed by all who wer.. 1:. ;;-nduiice. .virs. Urown si-rved a itiii'.lieon at l<-n o 'c .'oek. •*. Mi-- .los'-pbiiie Uiildb- is entertain i;-; her se-.viiiL clilh today. •:• + -J- 'ir. .\ V. L'-niast -rs is '-nl'-rtain ill'-: III'- Cii-'-rlnl Circle today. V •:• •^ Mr-. Ki-\s-. Mrs. .M. M. Willtanixoi .•;i:-| .1 :;i.iiii' of e!.iin-li folk h.ive ;;on' •'. F';":iii.'o tu atlemi Hie W. C T. C ' ' iiM'.ii!. Ixitih -n table.-, yarlor table.-, aiel iii fact almost any kind of il<-sks ai-i- in Use at the loia Itiisiness coih-.u-e this wt-ek on aieoiin! of a shortarie of tie reunlar s(-liool <|''.-ks at that in-- itii lion. Tile elirollnielll of the sellool li .is i-'-:ielii-d a numb r far aboM- wluu -.vas .-xpei-ti'd I'v the ni;iiiaKenier.t ani! till- ri -siill is that tln-y ar<- iiiiabl'- to •'(•(-tiiiKidali- all of til'- slii'leiiis with 'Ii'- :-'-^illa|- ib'sks. .\:i onl-r for d'-sks lia- lie<-ii in for .-mil time, but ii ull pmhably be •l-iii 111- :;.".tb of Ibis liionth belor;-i i!n'\ airiv'-. Tin- m-w ipiart'-rs in the^ ''otTe\ bui'iliii;; nii 'he north sile ol • the .-ipiare ai-«' lieiiiu If >i| up aii'l it ; is '-x |i ''-ieil iliai e\.-ryibini; will lii- iii i-'-ailin'--s 111 mov- about ih.' f'ls: • •: ll.e me!'|!l. Try a Want Ad. In Reglstei 111 'lyiim to avoid arres! in tlo.~ iii> Spi-'k' Layman, who .says Kan: Ci'v is his home, went to Itaiil"--;- ;\i 1'- .vi'uida.i iii.i;hl on a fvat.'- freight I:- ,11 In ali^htili--; there he ::Iippi-(l iiiiil I'i- and Ih'- wlu-els of a frei-.:lii I- 11 i-iji i-rr one of his b-^s. ( l|ii-r ol I'oliie Kloehr i.i-lie\i-il lli;it La. man (-oiild tell soinet.'lin-- .iboiit -:i,i'- III llie various robbc; ies in ' i-. I:ist wei-k Oi;i' was 'liai "i a n-- iliiii-e ill Wesi l-;i'-veiilli sli'-el and .' ••'Ini- ua.-: liial (f tin- Palai e dnm "I- ill Tuehili and Walnut sire'-l.; i' '<:i .T not staled that Laviiian K-.' ;-i.i':* "f llie.-e bill it was belii-Mi| tli:i' 111- kii'-w .-oiiietliin.i; about lliem. •; lie police odici rs were hiinti-r- lii:. :iiid lo e-i-ape them he .pinijcd a soi:i lilioiiiid Ki'iv freiLihl train in the ^ y.ii'ls liere alioni seven O'JIOI-I ; .Mo';-j day nielli. .\ phone messa;;e eaiee i back froni Hartbsvire aboni niin- s:o , ill-.; tiial Layman was there and 'bail 111- had been serionslv injured a-- al'::ve .-ta'c-'l. The police here loid lie- oi'J'ii-r.- al r.arilesville lo lake cue of ^ hiiii and iliai iln-y would not prosei-iiii-| 1.;..:. 1. 1:man is now under a doeloi - 1 i-i.'- at i;:ii-llesville and will recover : i.avman i.- a yoiini: man and is well i:iiowii here. Ir.i'in:; bei-n here some li-i!'- linn-. He came here froei Kan-! SIS Cily which he says is his home • The police do not know iniicli aboiii , hi! 1 liui ,mit some Icind of a clew that I'-',; them 'o iie.ieve that Laviii:-u kii'-" soin'-iliiiiv. <• fihe t.vo robliei-le.: : r-iioited last week. The oflieers ib- eliiied to slate ilo- basis lor llieir bc'ief. Kooms 7 and 8. Kvans Dldg. r»n. w. n. iiErLMCOir. rliy .siciai .It Snrcrron. OfTli-c N. I-;. Corner of Square. Over K. c. plnnibinK Co.'.s Store. Kes. TPI :;S . Olllcc Tel. 502. • • Phone l-'iii:er UliL;. IM{. (JLV.\.\, M|ic«ialiHl. • Eye, Kar, Nose and TliroaL • Gla.SHcs Furniiihcd. • IC.-a. Tel. pis. Odice Tel. It'.;!. I»K. .1. R. PIMTKR. • Henllsl. • Is permanently located over • K. C. McClain'.i'ClothinK Store, • and is prepared to do all kinds • of np-io-date dental work. • F.veninR work by appointment. I»K. I.. I'OZKR. , lola Inlirniary, 202 V.. .larkNon, We Use X-Kay, Violet Rays. Static. Calvanic and Karadi? Kleciricity with vibratory stimulation, in iiervo'ja aiid chronic disease-;. Phond 386. P. I, Lalhrop. Mrs. He;v-.b' G. Lalhrop. OSTKOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. Special atlefition given lo DLg- eascs of Women and Children. Ov,-r K.ist- Side llardw;irc. On\<:f: 'Phone, .Main -ICS. I \IMOI i.'>F:i» r.VTII, .MO.MLVV. I'oiiiinissioiiers Finish Allo»liiir Kill Todaj. Made bv Leopold. .<;iilnnif>ti Eisertlrath, Chicago. Sold In on.: pio- f ressive dealer inmost eiery city. ^ ou 11 liiid :»rell worth your while to look liini op. GRABS SAYSL 'I'll i-iimiiiisii'iiei i adjonined ihi ii'.'ii'. afi'-r haviim finished allowin 111' M -zill;ir bills, lo niei-l next .Mol' 'l:iv OIK - bill lo the We.-t I )isiiifeel ;i|i 1 I 'liipjiiiv «hi'-h hi"' liC'-n lu-foie ili •'iiii-nissioners lor -i-xeial yai- v.;i ..i 'l '.ved loiiav ilii-\ey KplitiM III Ha.- Ci'^ •.\as ap l "i |||-<-'l eoiibtable The bond ol .lohii l-'osler •d C: I'L V iis (-oii-iiabli- was :ilso approved Till- I omiiii-sioni'is allowcrl thrt-i Kiunds. Ihe .Moian I O O. V . Win Pal-iiini: on a .<|)Iii valiiaiioii ,ind O W Holnii-- oil a i'l" valiiaiion .\ pelitiiiii was preseiield the < 0111- luiss-iiiier.- In vacale an alb-y In th' bloc!- in.Pelrolia where Iln- le-v scliool bouse Is located, the idea beinp to h.ne til'- entire li'o<-k for a ida.i ground Tlie !nali«-r will be acli-<i 01 at th-- iie-;t meeiinu. We have long had a rcputatiiiii in i!:is I «M .al;ly of filling pre.'tTipiions with the-highest (luality gcod:i that could he .secured, and in filling them in a way which met with ilie approval of the entire medical profession. Tir-e ^ame caieltil work will te continued in the future. The same high quality goods will lie used that have been ti-^ed in the p<<st. W'e solicit your patronage W. t. Crahb, TolBphonB 47S Proaorlfflfoit OruggM Ull.i.IAlI iiUW TO I'KST IHH SK li William tirtu WUu Is .Siifierln;; Fron^ Suiull|>».x »V:>s Tuken lo (lie I'esj House Todaj. ' Acting. Health Ofliccr Dr. .1. W liolion toil.t> sent William tJraf win is siitterin;.: from an alta<k of Ib^ smallpox. Ill the pest house. This i; llie se(-ond person t<i be sent t<i th< lies! hoii.-ie from I 111 South l-'oiirtl ;-I reel, wiiere the disease lii-.-'*--brokt (lilt in litis ciiy. .Mthongh tiie case h ! iioi a serious on<'. .Mr. (!raf is very ill. I! is supposed he look the dtseasi fiom .Mr. Thompson who was no' iinarantined when In- w.is .suffeiin; from the inaiady. The Junior Department Store nowor Pola front 2 fof Bo to 2Som FmrnPoiB,Hmngingeauk0tm,JmrdInIorm Curd uf Thanks. Tiie laiiies of Ihe Children's llom» boaid wish to thank th>.' iiiaiiKeniein <if Ihe Creticeiil iheat<-r for tht-ir kiiK! iiess in donating the entire receipt: of the afternoon and evenip}; to tin Children's Home. .^Iso lo .Miss K'dni: Keith who donated the niusii^'. I ' .MP .s. L. F PAL.MI-:K. P.C. I I W«' have a few of iho.^e ehnap lots left In Mlshland Place. Whitaker & Don n«IL I V29BCBS $1,000.00 For Any Substance Injurious to Health Found in Calumet Baking Powder "Best By Tcsl" The Onij Hi^h GnrJr P iki.-g Pe-vd"r tiold 3t a Wlrjdcr.Tti; Pric?. Comriies wiih all ST^TE and HftT'OHfiL Pure Fcod Laws. All Grocers Arc ^uiHicrizcd to Guarantee This Suit thn inierQst oi your business^— Your Choice will be Intelligent— now M:': H IS S .\ i'1 S F A CT I () N' WOHTII TO YOU? 1)'. \ ei' pr-.-iV .- :;-• f^'iiii;; "::t i i ir niel!ie<!-- i:..:l v.iii i-:.r llie !i;!;ire • :'.:.-% ii-r.v ; t"-it.-.le .-'• r..r iiil ) A I-. ji-wrii'-r v.: 'ie ju-il- (rood ciii'ii;:!! lo .' il'T liie 1,. ('. .SviTII lbi'>-:.T-, ri V. I01 v .-i til e\ cry ll.-nfiil, v.ihi.tble i'<-.'lii,-e. i:;iiii::i •m .I Writing ENTl iJ i-il .Y ^i Si:;:,! : i.rr I .s .-<i;Nn v ni- i ii i-: I M. r s i-i: \ T i: D r .\ r .\ i. <> (i I. K I,. C. SMiTH a BROS. TYFEWRITER CO. —I 812 Delaware St., Kansas City, Mo. t KIDS THE SYSTEM > OFHALARUl Malaria is an atinosplieric poison which we unconsciously breathe Into onr .system. Tlie blood in its con.stant pas.sage throuRh the lungs ab-sorbs the germs. ?.nd they destroy the rich, red corpii.scles of this vital fluid and reduce It to such a weak, watery condition that it is unable to properly nourish the system, and disease gets a foothold. Then the syuiptouis of Malaria, such as pale, sallow complexions, weak vitality, poor appetite, deranged digestion, and perhaps cliills and fever .-iliow that tlie trouble is affecting every part of the l)o<ly. Malaria also affj-cts the liver, pioducing a chronic state of biliousness, and often a long spell of fever follows when the blood becomes fully contaminated with the poison. Clironic Sores and Ulcers, boils, aches and pains, and skin affections of various kinds often result from this insidious iisease if the jmi.son is allowed to accumulate in the blood in sutlicient quantities. Malaria must be removed from tlic system through the circulation, *nd for this purpose nothing equals S. S. S. This great remedy goes down into the blood and drives out all germs, microbes and poisons, and permanently cures Nfalaria, S. .S. S. not only cleanses the blood of the cause, but furnishes it with the healthful properties it needs, so that instead of a -weak, ;ierm-infcctcd stream, spreading disea.se throughout the system, it becomes rich, red fluid, nourisliiiig the botly and enabling it to re.si.st disease. .S. .S. S. is also the grearcst of all tonics, and builds up and invigorates the etiliie .system while ridding the bloocl of the germs of Malaria. Tersons who a:c .sufleiiag from Malaria will l>e pleased with the prompt and pleasant results produced by the use of S. S. S., and can take it with confidence because it IS an ab.solutely safe medicine, being free from harmful minerals of any kin<l. Bi >ok ou the blood and any medical advice desired sent free to al] •rho write. XHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLATtTK, GA, Home M<ide Sansiii^e of all Kinds. Ca.^h Paid for Poultry and Hides OTTO HINZH, UTTODArt MLATMAKKIT 118 Ln:.t m .idl:oii Special Drive in Underwear Bi^ Sample Line Bought to Sell at a Great (Reduction. Ill South lYnshinslon.-Hello 114. The Iowa Store FLOWER POTSI III. !.". (nils £aMn'M Hartiws re For s.ile f;iie;i.p. Coijd Farm and |('ity Propel ty. See lim TlIF .I,VYII.\»^KEU LAND:C0. lot; S. KeulnrkT. Phone 12:;. i'"^ 'i"'''^ '•«^""^' Court: HouBe, Delivered to any i>:;it of the city. t«Ia, Kan«. lola Bflsiness Cvliegj^j Might or Day Seamion Penmanship. .Arithmetic, Elocution Bookkeeping, English, Ph.vsical Culture, etc., ShorUiauU, Letter Writnig. rf. S. GtLFILLAM, Gineral Oontraetoi; Flagstone and Cement Sldew^ks aoi Curbing a Specialty. • Office Its Eait Jfaeksoa A M. riieae IM.

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