Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 19, 1908 · Page 2
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1. L. VOBTHBUP, Pmliaat THB lOlA BAttT BBGISTBE I MOHPAY BYB1I1K6,^0CT»PBB im. OmcnSTPlID M inXBIXIOBIIt A. K-BBCMBAIIGH. Csaitv. iiMilIwi fy an Bpim S ^M Ertabltrtied 1869. " Stalilr la ^f — Tomorrow we Make a Special Offering of Fall ien's and M^D'S Suits at KAUFMAN 6ARMENTS Tiiiil .voii slinnli) take a(l\iint:i|r'm* ^ir th«> mison that thc >o suit<! nrc IIS u «Mi (I any fi 'tM vnhn'v joii can finti «Mitsl «l*> nt llils store. Tlu.v nn^ oi' ailinuriM fasliioii uboundlntr in lioaiily ami riiararlor. Wi> huyv iUvm hi llu* iii 'tv iiiodH with luo «»r tliriN' Itutttiiis, wiili plain tir fan<'.v riiffM In illstinrthe Ntriprs ami >:Jiadow stri|»«'s In llif ucMcsl sliuilcs of lirnwns, trn^'Mi nml iillres. IJn«|erwear Time >VP offer a siirrhil rarlotjr of good underwear at prlees that is Impossible to wjnal in fine Ihie oi Mea's I'nlon Siilfs at *I .(M» to Also a splendid lot of niediuiii weiuhl rlbhed nnderwe:ir in all rolors at The home of W. L DOUGLAS $3.50 $hoes QNE PRirr The Home of J. B. STETSON $3.50 Hats Hi i-Fllxgerald, Atito LiTpr.r. Pliono. f + + To Yates Center. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilcrmnn Tlioloii and iMI.ss MurRarot Tliolon will six ii.l Wodn^sday In Yatos Ontor. • + * Missionary Meeting. Tliore will be a mof'tfiig of (lio Missionary socioty of xho Bainist ohiii-oh on Thursday at the homo of AIT.S. n. Denning. This is tho last meeting at which the president. Mrs. C. J. Doxsee will preside, because of her appro.nchinK departure for Kan.sas City. The afternoon will be especially informal and will be in compliment lo the reliring officer. • 4- • Postpone Meeting. The meeting of the Guild of St. Timothy's church has been postponed this week because of the seJisions of the convention of clubs to be held on Wedne.sday and Thursday. •J. .J. Miss Baker Here. Miss Nellie Baker of I.athrop. Mo., arrived Saturday evening to be the i-uest of Mrs. Frank L. Travis. Miss Baker has visited here on several occasions and is well known ainonR the friends of her hostess. • * • Euchre Club. Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Whittaker will give a enchre party on "Wednesday ev ening. Their guests will be members of the elul) which meets fortnightly during the .<!ocial sea.son. •:• •> • Visited Mrs. Hagenbach. -Mr. and Mrs?. D. C. Ellsworth and .MISR Zoe Ellsworth, of Cherry vale have been the guests of Mr, and Mrs. F. E. Hagenbach for several da.vs. They have gone to Kansas City for a brief visit. • * Mrs. Coblentz Leaves. 'Mrs. Harry Coblentz of Fern Hill. Washington, who has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Tholen, has gone to her home. Mrs. Coblentz has spent several weeks with Kansas friend. .-. .> ^ Family Reunion. -•Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Itichardr.on gave a dinner yesterday noon for a To Live Here. Mr. and Mrs. fiarl Stanfleld whose Tuarriagi* was solemnized yesterday .It Flagler, Colora<lo, are expecteil to arrive here in a short, time to reside. iMr.';. Stanfleld was formerly Ml .sR jl^race Long of Tola. • * • Celebrate Birthday. .Mrs. Sarah McDonald, better known the community as "Auntif" Mc- Doiia'd. is honor guest at a party program of the day and there wiill be two iiaijcis. .Mrs. P. S. Mitchel will present a sl;»'tch of the iif.- oi'ij^j Oovernor .lohnson of .Minnesota and' .Mrs. .1. W. Uolion will read a painr'. , . , , . , . , .. • '"'••'>' "» <"'^l"')rale her birthdav. The on the life of (iovernor liuirhes ol > , . . ^ „, . . .^ue.-^t.T r.ro merabers of the Christian I New York. • • Current Event Club. '.Mrs. U. B. Stevenson ha.s as her- iiio.sts this afternoon member!-, of Current Event club. + V * Home From Wichita. Miss Emma Newton is at homo af.:"-^" "^^''^ instructed to act in ler a visit with -Miss Ida 1 Ewin .:?i»" ^ai-acit -V. The Current Ev- •ent club will eloct delegates today. • • • ebureh and other friends. •:• • •:• Deleqates to'Convention. 1 The Unity Clul) has elected di legates to represent their membership at the club convention this week. .Mrs. I.loyd Coe and Mrs. A. C. Eng- at Wichita, •> • • Mrs. Simpson Here. 'Mrs. Nettle Simpson of Kansas City is spending the week here with Mrs. John Foust and other friends. She will attend the club convention. A Miss Marr Home. Miss Grace Marr is at home after a trip to Kansas City. She spfiit several days among friends th<'re. • • • Mrs. Ebert Here. Mrs. Inez Ebert of Chanute s|ient Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. F. W. Fii/g.-rald| 221 South Chestnut street. • • • . Home From Gamett. Mrs. r,. W. .\pple Im.s niu-nod from a short stay in Gnrnett. She was there to insiieot tile Woman's T^elicf Corps. • • • Visiting Sister Miss Edna K<'ith of Chanute i.< here to visit lier sister. Mrs. Ben Servey. •:• • • Business Meeting. The Epworth I.en^tie of the First M. E. church will have a busine.ss meeting at th.- church toni.^ht. The session was posttioned from last week, because of conflicting events. Serve Luncheon. There will be a dinner on the ap- proacl:in? Tliiirsday in the dining room of the Presbyterian church. The hostcsos -will be women of the Working society and lola club women and out of town delegates are prospective ! guests. Tlie entertaining society will have the assistance of a bevy of young women .at the several tald"'.«. + • * For Miss Simpson. .Mrs. L. W. .Mayberry will entertain the Young Ladies Sewing Club on Friday afternoon for her si.-ster Mi.-^s Vera .Simpson of .McPherson. • • • Select Ushers. Tlifse girls lave been chosen to a.t as ushers during the Club Convention. .Sorosis—'Marguerite Wolfe, Gladys Brumljaugh; Ctirrent Event- Eleanor Boyd, Edna Klein: t'uHy — Lois Talb«^rt. .Anna Smith. • * * Visit Mrs. Bowlus. Mrs. .Teanette Scott B>'uton of Ft. Scott will be a guest of .Mrs. George .\. Bowlus during the week. • • • Mrs. Barker Coming. Mrs. Georgo J. Barker of Lawrence, will arrive tomorrow to l)e iire.sent at the sessions of the Club Conven- LailiBs' Gold Watches We always have aii exceptionally complete stock of ladies' jjoUl Watctes. We select tliem wit i extraordinary care, not alone regard , ing the excellence oi the different movements, but we are also careful I that the cases shall be designe 1 that they will meet with the approba- . 1— „ - - ^ " „ . Come in view onr offering. group of relatives. The original plans! j j v t.. i U ,--t.. / .. W the day included a trip to ch^,,Atio^ ^^^^^101 onr Atlxghl oi OUT most exacUng ptit^^^^^ ute, but the rain prevented. Among those- present at the dinner were Mr and Mrs. R. C. Brown and son, Mr. and Mrs. James McMurray, Mr. and . Mrs. Gus Schwardt, Mr Harry Haymaker, Flo and Nellie Richardson and Homer Richardson. • 4- • P. E. O. Chapter. Mrs. C. E. Edgerton, 223 South Colborn will he hostess of the P. E. O. chapter tomorrow afternoon, l^fra. C. il 9^an8 will contribute music to the Mrs. Baker is very prominent in club work and Is to appear on tbe ' program here. She has taken an active part id the campaign to have the commission form of government , adopted in cities and is otherwise Interested in public affairs. .Mrs. j Barker Is to be a guest of Mr. and ,Mrs. C. B. Spencer during her stay in lola. 4. * * Committee Meeting. There will be a meeting of. the credential committee of the Second District on Wednesday before the convention is opened. The members of the cnromitte<> aro .Mrs, Noah Schaffer. lola. .Mrs. M. H. Gohlo. CH»S City. .Mr«. A. S. Benton. Kansas City. + A A Curtic-Thayer. Married, on October lo. Miss Mae Curtis, daughter of Mr and Mrs. K. O. Curtis, and Mr W. T. Thayer both of this city. The ai)0ve announcement will come .IS a surprise to the many friends of Mr and Mrs. Thayer, the wedding having been kept a secret from the public until today. Mrs. Thayer is one of the charming girls of lola and the best wishes of many friends will be 'extended. "She was graduated from the lola High School with the class of 'O-l and has made her home In lola for many years. Mr. Thayer Is a pattern maker for the United Iron Works and is well known here. The eonple will lire in Tola. * • • informal Reception. On Saturday. afternoon the Mir. sion band of the Reform church .gave a reception at the borne of Miss Mary Remsberg In greeting to Rev. and Mrs. Schultz and their children. The rooms were very prettily festooned with foliage and boquels of carnations and other blo.s8oms made a pretty note of color. -Miss Effle Metcair, president of the entertaining society, presided while a program of music was given and received the thirty five friends who called. Miss Ella May Remsberg and Miss Birdie »?therton presided at the punch bowl. The. occasion was delightfully informal and one of the most pleasant of the week in church circles. + + • Gave Present to Home. A club of young flirls in the north part of the citv has given a quilt to inmates of the Orphan" Home. The gift is worth mention because of the industry .nnd sentiment which prompted the making of the gift These members helong to the club: Pattie Mathers. Grace Bird. Hattic Eakln. Vera Fish liOis Wilson ,Preda Ermel. Hazel Kibbe, Estelle Mathers, Lizzie Schuette. Maude 'Mathers, Pearl Bird and Helen Day. *• «. Violet Club. All members of R. N. A. camp 06.5 arc requested to meet with members of the Violet club on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. A. Hutchinson. This is the first club meeting of the fall and officers will l »e elected. • * * Return to Pennsylvania. Mr and Mrs. M. H. Grubb of Liverpool. Pa., who have' been the gnests of their sister Mrs. C. .V. Fronk left today for their home. * • • Progressive Club. There will be a program meetinc; of tho Progressive dub on the approaching Wednesday. Mrs. F. W. Frevert. of Gas City. Is the prospective hostess. • + + Have a Bazaar. Girls of the Alta Seta cinh .ire to have their bazaar this week on Friday evening at the home of Miss Bessie Beck. 606 East street. The bazaar was to have been given last week, but was postponed. .\n invitation is extended to all young peoplii of the church and their friends lo be present and enjoy the various .imuse- mi -nts. * • Miss Beaumont Here. Miss Marie Beaumont, of Kan.sas City, is a gue.st of relatives and friends here. • + + In Chanute. Aliss Nannita Faddls spent the week end with friends In Chanirte. /OLAr KANS : Assets i$l,2IO,MI TO LOAN—In.eOQ private money on (arm land at 6 per cent.—Io !a Land Co. . W.:VNTEl>— To buy a vacant lot well located in lula. Lester Lofton. |.a Harpe. WA.\'TEi)— Live busin«'5»s m .nii to put in snx'k of dry goo«l.< and general mdse: best small town tii county. Phone flat;. W.-XNTKD—TtJ rrut an ' improved farm. .M. B. oare Ueglsii-r. Wu\NTEI>—Itejiair men. ol'.ers and laborers for lemvnl mill worn. Write us fully giving references. The Portland Cement comi»any. Portland. Fremont County. Colo. Bifsifless Bitectofy. l^It. MILDBEO CCBT18 • • rhjstelaD and Sirfecn. • • Office over Bu<-reir» Omg Stor« * • Office Phone 554. • • Residence 214 E. Jackson • • Phone 5G9. • DKS. RCID ft BEIB, • • Pbyalclanii and Sargton*. * • X-Ray and Electrical AppllauOM. • • Kye, E:;ir, Nose and Throat. • • OfflC (i Phone as?; Res. 39«. * W.YNTED—lola property to exchange for Kan.sas and .Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. Office over Iowa Store, Jola, Kas. WANTED—A ixrst class salesman to sell our teas, coffees and specialties direct to the consumer in and around lola. A good paying business to rlgl^t parties. Write or call on the tlra.nd Union Tea Co., ICH Kaasas Aveniif, Topeka, Kas. SALES.MEN & AGF:N T S— 11 % $r.O ( pi?r week and over can be made selltiig New Campaign : Novelties from now until election. Sells to Stores. County Pairs. Plenlca and Private V'amlllea. Complete line of sample.*;, charges pr.^paid for Cue. Order today. CHR\\GO N07ELTY CO.. €0 Wabash Ave., Chicago. fOR SAie ^MtBomUmmmous FOR SALE—Young shoats: 2 miles north of Power House. Lewis Powell. FOR SALE—House hold good.s. new and cheap, must se;i at once. Call afternoons at 2(»;{ East street. eOa nor?« MImomUmmmoua FOR RENT—Furnished South .lefferson. rooms. .'lOS FOR iXOHAMBE VOK EXCH.\NGE—A finely improved farm. Neosho county. Owner wants brick busine.ss property. Wliiiaker &. Donnell. over "Our Way;" DB. HeMILLEN, Special attention given to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Children. Telephones: Office 32. Res. 232. Office over Burrell'* Drug Stora West Madison. .• • • Phone 687. Re«. 701. DR. 0. L. COX, Hlye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Spectacles Properly Pitted. Offic« A. O. tr. W. Bidg. Offlca Tel. lo«3. Night Tal. 408 • » • DB. & 0. rHBISTIUf • * Fbyslelan and Snrge«B * * Rooms 7 and 8. Evans Bldg. * • • •. • • • • • • • • F. H. MABinr, Surgery and Diseases of • Women. • • Office and Residence Phone 578 • Office 7 North JefTerioa. • • • JEWELRS. B. F. Pancoast, old reliable Jeweler, 110 East Street Lodge Directory KNIGHTS OF PvVlIMS.-Veoah* L.odge No. 43 i': • . . ...lay night at KJ of J ••••i Vi., ....^ brothers Invited. W. rf. lUoiap «ju. 12. C. hris Bitter. K. of R. sod S. LOST and FOUMO LOST—Gold ring, red and v.hiic cameo setting. Return (o Register office and receive reward. LOST—C:old medal. Prohibition on it. Return to this office. Visit Daughter. Mr and Mrs. Oliver Noal, of Pomona are spending a week with their daughter. Mrs. L. A. Kratz. Afternoon at Home. Mrs. C. J. Doxsee has sent out cards for an "At Home" on ths afternoon of Tuesday, October 27. The event is a farewell to friends, of tbe 1' hostess before Kknsaa City. her departure for OUR TELEPHONE Is constantly ringing these days. September, you know, is the time to have the summer dust cleaned out of carpets. We are busy, but your, order will receive prompt and careful attention. Phone us today. iOLA RUG FACTORY PboM 6I«. FI.NED FOR FAST DRIVIVf.'. A. «. Black more Arrested by Patrolman PblUIps. A. It. P.!ackmore who had drunk more than was gowl for him and who.se fancy turned to fast horses and quail on toast after he had imbibed a few draughts of the ridi red fluid which sets the lirain afire, was ar- resietl Sunday evening by Patrolman Roy Phillips at .Madison and .lackson avenue. Blackmore \yas standing up in bis buggy driving as though he wa.s fini.shiiig first in a derby day race. wasn't saying iniieh but Iht pace of the horse and the condition of ibe man seemed to Officer Phillips to he enough to satisfy anyone that the mau was not competent to care for himself and jireserve the peace and dignity of the city. In police court this morning. i;lacv;- more was fined $10 and ro.si.-i which jiie paid and was released. Auditorium TOMCHT GENERAL KNIGHTS OF MACCABEES^ Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hall, lecond and foarth Saturday nights of eadi month. J. W. Postwalt. commander: R, B. Por- er, record keeper. \ TV. 0. W*—Camp No. 101 meets hi K. of P. Hall every Friday night. W. T. Steele, C. C, A. II. Davis. Clerfc Visltora cordially Invited. M. W. A.-The iL W. A. Lodge -neets every Friday night In M. W. A. t {aM. Visiting brothers invited. P. a Coffleld, V, C, W. A. Cowan. Clerk. BOTAL NEIGHBOBS.—lola Camp s'o. 365, Royal Neighbors, meeta second and fourth Tuesdays * of each nonth. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, orael*. virs. Mary Uutton, 413 West Street. Recorder. FRATEKXAL BBOTHKBHOOD^ Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meeta second and fourth Thursday of eadi uonth In A. O. U. W. Hall. Vlsltln« members cordially invited. W. H. An- jerson. president; Oolda Elam. seer** tanr. LOW RAT£S TO CALIFORNIA LD MEXICO THE NORTHWEST AND BRITISH COLUMBIA VIA on SALE Sept. 1st to Oct. 3 1st Ask (or Foil Informatloa.

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