Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 19, 1908 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, October 19, 1908
Page 7
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THE lOlA PAILT BJMggTBI^ MOyPAT ETBmfg, OCTOBEB 1% ItML 'lit;' j Uneeda Biscuit are the Soda Crackers with a difference— The difference you can see; the difference you can taste; The difference that makes millions buy them for daily use. /A Sold only in Noisture Proof Packages NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY BEST TREfflTMEHT • FOR CATARRH Xhe entire inner portion of our bodies is covered with a soft, delicate lining«alleid tnacous membrane; this is kept in healthy condition bj-the Bonrishment and-vital vigor it receives from the blood. So long as the circulation remains pure this membrane will be healthy, but whea the blood becomes infected with catarrhal impurities and poisons this inner lining of the body becomes irritated and diseased, and the unpleasant and serious symptoms of Catarrh commence. There is a tight, stuffy feeling in the nose, watery eyes, buzzing noises in the ears, often slight deafness, difficult breathing, etc. The disease cannot be reached by external treatment, though sudh measures afford temporary relief in some instances. S. S. S. cures Catarrh by Icleansing the blood of all impurities and poisons. Then as rich, pure blood circulates through the bod5% the inflamed, irritated membranes heal, the discharge ceases, headaches are relieved and every symptom disappears. Catarrh, being a disease in which the entire blood circulation is affiled, can only be cured by a remedy that goes to the very bottom and remo\'es ever>' particle of the impurity from the blood, and this is just what S. is. S. does. Book on Catarrh and anv medical advice free to all who irrite. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAHTA, GA. school foot hall team on their home »rroiinds by the close score of lo 0. The Itronsion team was much heavier han the lads from this ci\y hm their superior knowledge of the game gave them the advantage. A return game wjM he iila>.^ here in two week.-. To Hear Noted Ksnun*. .\torney Geiieral .larkson will address the voters of this city in Peet's opera house Tuesday night. Elaborate preparations for a big meeting are be:r.". made. Attorney Jack.«on is a good speaker and one of the best known men in the staff. in singles. To bold a cup perman-j enily. the possessor must win In three consecutive tournaments. A summary of the final events in the tnnrnamcnt follow^s: Singles. Hyames won from Taylor by default. Teats won from Rogers by default. Phillips won from Baker. ;6-2. fi-7. MacDonald won from Young 1 by default. Ross (bye) won from i Stadler (bye) C-1. fi-rj. In the next round Hyames won from Teats. 7-.=>. :7-5. MacDonald won from Phillips. ,i6-4. 8-6. Ross eliminated MacDon- NEWS OF LA HARPE L.i H.VRPK DEFEATED BRONSON SATIRDAY AT FOOT BAM.. WAS AN INTERESTING GAME BIDOLPH .MYER.<i SUSTAINED SE- TERELY BRHSED SHOILDER. .Utomey General Jackson Will .Speak in Poet's <^»eni House Next Tues­ day—Personals. To Elect Presldenl- A nieeung of the local order of the •Women's Christian Temperance Union has been called for Tuesday afternoon. Tli^ purpose of the meeting is to elect a president to succeed .Mrs. Montgomery who moved to Wichita several days ago. BMght W«U Paper. Percy Graen returned Saturday from KansSs City and St. Louis where j he went to purchase wall paper for the I. L. Crraen drug store. He purchased a complete Hue. Wail Paper! Is part of the Investment of your house. Do.'s the paper on the rooms satisfy-4our taste in retiard to the rest of the furnish ings. If not. we will he jilad to help yon chanj;*^ to a new color sch«'nie with new fall pat­ terns Avhich arp v «^rv low prirt»d for such liich gratle line. Call and ex.'iniine the new fall sTyl »»s at I.L.QRAEN The La Harpe DruK^ixt. QUEEN'S WARE. We have purchased a complete line of. up-to-odate Queensware and will add it to our stock. The store-will be douhlt- decked to make room for it. n'atem k Danforth Drugs and Jewelry. I.ikes Califomia. j KnMik Hardin who returned Saturday from a trip through California, says that he likes the cotintry very we;!. He will return there where his 'rothfr live.- within the near fiitiir<". Personals. .1. k!. Itoinly is in Cherryvalt-. Kas.. l ;0 'i.iy iin :: l.usiness visit. Flank Cuanoc of She'd<tn. Mo., who recently purchased the Qiiiiitard prop erty is tinlay moving here, llo will make his future home here. .Mrs. C, W. Friedly returned Saturday from f^arnett. Kas.. where she has l-emi visiting for the past several days. .lohn llardir. returned Saturday a trip through California where ne aconipanied his brother several week^ ago. T. F. Peet of Chanutc. was in the . ity yesterday on a business vi=it. Mr. and Mrs. P.Tttey. of N'eevada. Mo. -t'e !e!f »he dir...- of relatives OSTEOPATBr— DB. W M. ALBRIGHT. Registered OsteopWhtc Physician. ; State Bank Bldg.' Phone 145. Only Osteopath In La Harpe. The Elder Presiding Brethrea terday. tending the held In various iLa Harpe. lolk Tezie Preadied Here. Elder Vezle of the United t^urcb. pr«ached here yes- ministers who are at- conference which is being nil«d the pulpits in the Arches la lola. Gas City and Lfdies* AU to Meet. Ladles' Aid Society of the Meth­ odist Episcopal church of this city vill hold their regular meeting next Thursday afternoon. There are several things of Importance outside of the r .'Utine work to be considered and it is bcped .that i-very member will be l)reseui. Hurt in Came. WhUo playing with the high school foot ball team at Bronson Saturday Rudolph Myers was quite painfully hurt. In the early part of the game he sustained a painfully bruised right fe-houider. lie wllf be able to be in the game again within the next few days. La Harpe 6, BTOBMB II. In a fast game filled with many brilliant plays the La Harp« high school defeated the Bronfion high itovEsr New Line of Cas lleatinfc Stoten. These stoves give out a large amount o.f hear from a low pressure of gas supply. See them before buying. K. r. Plnmhing & Supply Co. 2ft East Jackson Ove. Phone 6.=1 aid in the next roulid by a score or tV4. •J -2. Klaumann won from Hy- ain«'s. Doubles. Brewster and Ross won from dark and Gard. 4-6. 6-1. 6-4. Hinkey and Owen won from Baker and H.vames. 6-1. 6-11. Turner and Peet won from Ktaumau and Teats. 6-:?. 6-.:. Pcillips and MacDonald won from Taylor and Young by default. In the next round Rogers and Smith (bye) won from Was-son and Stadler (bye) 6-1. 6-1. Hinkey and Owen won from Brew.^ter and Ross. 7-.S. 11-13. 6-2. Turner and Peet won from Taylor and Young, by default. Wood and Cleveland won from Curtis and Upton. C-4. 6-3. In the finals. Turner and Peet won from Hinkey and Owens. In the challenge roimd with Bowlus and Stover, the present holders of the cup for doubles. Ttimer and Peet were defeated. 6-1. 6-1, 4-6. 6-4. \ In the consolation doubles Clark and Gard won from Wasson and Stadler. 6-3, 6-2. Klauman and Teats won from Baker and Hyames. 6-3. 3-6. 6-r:. Taylor and Young won from Phillips and MacDonald, 6-4. 6-3. Curtis and MACiAZINES AND PERIODIPALS can be secured or J. E. HendersoB Kbo deals with the publis^.er^i and furnishes them at the price possible. Trial su'iscription to Van N'orden's, 3 months 25c. Pbone- 98. 414 .V. nui ^key* Upton (bye) 6-0, 9-7. In the final round Curtis-and Upton won from Klauman and Teals. 6-4. 6-3, 6-2. and thus winning the two Spalding gold medal racquets, the ron solation doubles prizes. GOT FIRST LOT .Sonth Dakota Woman Won First Number In Ro^bud Land Drawing. Dallas. S. D., Oct. 19.—The winner of the fir.^t number in the Tripp cotin- ity Kr>sehud land opening was Miss I May .\. Metser. of Kennel>ec. South 'Dakota. She is thirty-two years old !and lives with her parents on a farm four miles from town. ED OWEN, WINNER DEFEATED D. PEET. HOLDER OFJ COUNTY TENNIS CUP. Allen County Tournament Ctosecj Saturday Night.—An Unfinished Game This Afternoon. This afternoon at four o'clock oit the Pennsylvania court, the final game In the Allen county tennis tour| nament will be played between Klaul man and Ros. The contest will be in the consolation singlet!. The tournament proper, however closed Saturday night when Ed. Ow en defeated Feet, holder of the 190 cup. wianins the tvOphy from himj. The s«or«8 were 6—1. «—S and 8—S. TbU match was a cbaUenge contes: .ii.s*«-.>.i»-r'*i lltiiTimfiiiilifiiiririifitn Brins I's Your We wfU accept any certificate you Iiave to apply on a Piano ptfrcbase and allow yon foil valoe for same on any piano in oar store. Only one certificate allowed on each Piano. We have thB very best line of Planes In Seuiheaeiem Kinmam John Y. Rolierts 12 North WaLliins:toii lola, Kansas

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