Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 14, 1907 · Page 6
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, October 14, 1907
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'^W ANTS to do bouse cleanins. IV. 0. W--Canip No. 101 meets to K. of P. Hall tvery Friday night W. T. Steele. C. C; A.H.DaTta, i!le« Visitors cordially Invited. 'fVA$T$ii--Tifo apprentice Blrls at Pressing Rooms. 13 West \ iV'ANTiP^Ten honest boys 12 to 14 -'yflars plit,; _to distribute advertising 7fl»tter^kJ8er jjchobl. Bring rccomraen- " ^- lii before school Monday at »vH6teI; ask for Mr. Dec. K5IGHTS OF PITHIA &-Neo8ho Lodge Vo. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P. Hall. VlalUng brothers Invited. W.S.Thompson, CO.; Chris Rltter, K. of R. and S. ^ WiNTBp—Dining room girl at the nViiotcl at once. - rWAtJ*I!|JI>-A bright man who Is a ^stl^r to sell our celebrated Teas, Q >lfees'ind-Sundries In and around "liia. Ittf further particulars write to {^andTl^on Tea Co., 704 Kansas, Alc^'^ofieka. Kans., |i <rANTt!p-'Bock loaders at Kansas mtUui ^t Ceinent Plant. Inauire at PD -^i -Jrypewritlng and cleri- l ^f -vorfe;- Room 3, old court house. ^a#|^jSo »ra. • 4'pairtia>--^l .j^ tor » boy or girl |b| t ^wkfor: board while attending » » thp lolii Boidnesa <:!ollege. Telephone FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD.- Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meet* second and fourth Tuesdays of each month In A.O. D.W. HalL- Visiting members cordialy invited. W.H. Anderson, president: Golda Elam, secre* tary. •aiDR sAliB -^-Good mare; 630 North Jl^in. Ga^ Kansas. "FOR SiiLEr-4 roomed house, water Md aewei^ connections. $50 cash. $12 ~ft|montb.| Grace Arnold, phone 306. film St ^lE'tnmo ^Uamoom r. Jt)R SALB OR TRADE—Pop corn ' wliBon. sis North Third street, cil.v. i J \ : 1 .X tOik sil^-CoW. V. Wagucr, ::10 Soubi Tei|n(!ssee. % vFOR* S4LB— A first class Kimb.ill n "Organ, usid short time. No. 12 Uruucr ..j^t ^et FOR S^IE—Folding bed; upstai.-s :t > aOJf ^Bast i^pet. , ' - .fOR SALE^-Good mare with foal. Q^'«t gift West street : --J.: -' j_ : ^ij'OR RI E JJX—Two room house, 519 North 'Thlik street; lola. 1 "i •fOK RJENT—Modern furnished : roitms, two', for light housekeeping, at ' 32|.SouUi Buckeye. Phone S86. |,^- JtJR RENT—Desirable five room cot t^ei -Inquire C2S East Lincoln. , ,f^>R. REliT—One seven and one • ^"foirroom "cottage. Nelson F. Acres. hit ---<s fi}R RENT-i-Moaem seven room 1xc«se,fumfehed. Young couple pre- ptenredv Phoiie 1113. Mrs. F. J. Oyler. ^ Tlx)R' REIJT—Three unfurnished .xoiim&. Inquire 504 South Buckeye. tf JfOR RBJW— Furnished rooms to Btt&^ly without children. 604 North Jelfersbn. -l|OlB^ REItr— FnfnlBhed rooms for randligfit housekeeping. 112% Washington. ^R'SEafT—Furnished house, mod- Apply; ^s office. . -Furnished down stairs ^bnsekeeping. 316 South T '^imTBDMtnbi^ Wind pony from ' Nwth street F. B. Smith. Phone ^T-frpla(n gold ring between Gas ajlua iietlerly larm . Reward for 'imtOlBrock Reed, lola. F |»a3T --A «nall triangular shaped •^'"'raity.pjij, elther'.on North street .street oar to La Harpe. Liberal Xea^'M this office. Loaee ameoroRY. ESldETS OF MACCABEES^ Knights of Maccabees of the World meets In K. p. HlTlI, second and fourth Wednesday nights in each month. J. W. Postwalt commai^er; R.B. Porter, record keeper. BL W. A,r-The M, W. A. Lodge meots every Friday night In M. W. A hall. VlsiUng brothers Invited. W. H. Anderson, V.O.: W. A. Cowan, Clerk. BOTAX KEIGRBORS.— lola Camp, No. 865, Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oracle; Mrs. Mary Button, 413 West Street. Recorder. F. A. A.— Golden licat Council Na 462. F. A. A. meets first and third Wednesday nights in each month In K. P. Hall. C. E. Lacey, president; Miss Mable Rhorlack. secretary. Junior Order United American Me ehanics.—Meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in K. P. Hall. All visiting members invited. It. A Wldick. Councelor; C. B. Black, Rec Secretary. ^ BUSINESS OatEOTORY JEWELERS. B. F. Pancojist, old reliable Jeweler, 110 East street. • STAMMER. Complete court at the best school for stammerers in America at ono- half price this fall and winter. White tor information at once. MclClo School for Stammerers, 2706 East 12th Street, I^sas City; Mo. For best and Qnlckrst Rcsnlts use the Register Want Colums. Try B Want Ad. In tk. Rcglstei Expert Clolhts Cleaning. Pressing and Repairing. 13 W. Madison. BUsr-YZ'Zr Work Called fur aniJ Delivt-rod. Tiicatrical Wardiobo a Siiedalty CLAREMOEA. ROCKWELL, Prop. Evans Bros. Ormmm, SoaAs, aa», BimuM'bomlf mndBlmmm. Sohoot SoptiUu* 4r«Mf«ef aupmll—, rymmmiMmr Mmpplhm, Oltlom aupiM—. Where quality is main consideration, we buy the best Where demands will justify, we carry all grades and prices. Wm SoUolt Touf Tpmd0. •OUTH tlOE SQUAM iolt, Kmm. POLAR BE4R rLOtR Has Stood the Test Because its the Best Acc€|>t No Other Win.Obefdorf, Agt. ^'C0I<BE|I805 UrAUGUBATED. frnt^ae Ula. Iba Kow President of Sa»«ria Cvlkfe. K BS ., Oct 14.—Emporia i:;^K^U^(J^ cel^rated its twen- C'taithr^DiiuT. A featnre of the 41uit the synod of attended Insteiidir aj^^ in; ^ JA BO O I W was' ^^i|^ntfm 1^ Bier. Henrj' ik^^9teki^xa.i at the in- Jj^ flie j^bttorm were 'iab|B|l»P9nl trustees, the >«oIte», ' ex-President vl ^fatent Joseph H. Stev. James Stey- t ^WtTprk, Rev. Dr. 'lUtA nnmerous 'dlffeiF- STEYER'ft OROCERY HMtfqmrtMV fM Good Things to Eat Tele|>hoDe IS9 Its Economy To have your Carpets and Bngs cleaned by TIeiola Bog Factory Cabs Take FoMtt e »Mt and tke Worlds Ck»iBploB8|dp. Maw the Players F BW*. The gross receipts today were $12,638, of which tho players received $6,842.32, the commission $1,263.80, and tho two clubs $2,274.84 each. Detroit Oct 14.—Playing with the same vim and dash which has characterized their work throughout the en- tira series, tho Chicago National League team today won Its fourth success Ive victory and with It tho championship of the world. The score was 2 to 0. All morning tho weather wa. threatening, and this, combined with tho fact that the previous defeats had cast a dampsr on the ardor of tho local fans, served to keep the crowd to such a small number that small aa Bennett park Is..It was more than suf- ndently large to accomodate all who v.ished to witness the contest The feel' was prevalent that this would be Uio last game of tho series. B\-en Manager Jenqings would not say more than that he was hopeful. Frank Chance, of' the Cubs, expressed himself as b?lng extremely confident. WJhatcver enthusiasm tlicre was, was distributed among the few hundred rooters who had come over from Chicago to cheer their team. . It was a sad finale to what promised to ba the greatest series ever contested for similar honors. WTiere there had been cheering and vociferous applause there was now only silence and depression. That tha Tlg- ors were hopelessly outclassed was a'imitted by the most rabid of their partisans. Surprise was expressed over the fact that iha team had succeeded so well with the wretched catching department which it had carried all season. Tigers Lack Tim. Wbon the team came out on the fli'ld tli?vo was a perceptible differ- otice in tlic manner in which they went at tho practice worlv. The Cubs throw the ball around with lightning speed and made numerous pretty pick ups and plays. The Tigers were loss flashy nnd grimmer. Chance sent Howard to first base at- his fingor-s were iu had coudition owing to yesterday's accident After loolitng over the twirlors Three-fingei eii Brown was hia selection, with lohnny Kling to do the receiving. .Mullen wont to the slab for Detroit vhile Arclior was dcIoKatod to do tlie catcliing. Chicago went right after tlio liig Detroit pitcln.-r who applauded as he jirepareil 1<> toSs tlie first bail over. Slaglo waited while .Mullen tossed over four wide ones wliich let him parade to the premier station. Shec'kard's efoud-chaser was handled by Jones. Howard tried to •Inplicata the Slaglp stunt hut retir- 0(5 amid the jeers of tlie crowd when Jrullen put three directly over the platter. Mullen was taking a long time to wind up his arm aud Slas'e in:proxed the opportunity to do the s?cond story act He got away with i' handsomely. Sleinfeldt waited until lie found what he wanted and then he rapped it squarely ou tho nose Before the trentcr fieldar could gel tlie pellet back into the diamond, Sla- glc had planted his trilbys on the pan for the Cubs' first score. Kllug's SantosDumont was pulled down by Cobb. Datroit could do nothing in her half of the session and Mordecal Brown wag cheered by the Chicago fans as he came back to the bench. t'ubs .tgaln Tally. Cliicago added another score to her tHlIy In tiie second Inning and this \.as tlie last one of the game. Evers roll ad an easy one to Coughlln who f' rried it over to Rossnian in time to nail the runner by three Chicago feet, but Rossnian, with tho best Intentions in tho world gracefully allowed the pellet to slip out of his hands. .\rch3r was tliere In time to smother Schultes short fly in front of tho l-;ate. Tinker paid Mullen his res- \n-cih by smashing one of tho pitch- 8 tack, alCiion^ Bver»/waa: heW at 'second. Evident^ this station did not salt him. for he hiked for the three^uarter station, arriving safely. Tinker moved simultaneously to the middle cushion. It was a pretty dou ble steal. Mullen became junnerved and allowed Brown to amble to first. With tho bases populous, Slagle hit a slow grounder and was out at first. Evers scoring on tlie play. Sheck- nrd filed to Cobb, ending the agony. The score was 2 to 0 in favor of the Cubs, and so it riicaiued until the end. Detroit m.tdc a game effort In the fourth. Crawford sent n screaming double to right. Cobb fouled tftico and then slashed wildly at the sur rounding atniOHphcre. Rossnmu's short sliiule to left sant Crawford to third. Kllng maile a thrilling catch of Coughlins slnger-bulldlng foul, going clear to the grandstand to take It Rossmnn went to second after tho catch. Archer's effort was an easy fly to ShccUard. In the ninth after Cobb had fanned tho hraezes, Rossman drove a pretty single to right, a feat which he has performed in the final session of tho last three games. Payne was sent In to run. for the big first baseman. Caugblln's ballooner was meat for Schulte. Schmidt wsnt in to bat for Archer and popped up a little fly which Tinker caught and put the ball In his pocket as a souvenir of tho last out iu the series for the championship of the world from 1907 to 1908. Yawkey Presents 81.'»,000 to Tigers. President William H. Yawkey of the Detroit Auiericau League Baseball club touigbt added as a gift to his players lor winning the American league pennant $15,000 to their share oi' the receipts from the world's series, making $36,9*3 which the local players will divide. The share of the Chicago National League team In the world's series receipts is $32,960. Sec retary Bruce of the national baseball commission announced this cvenln that the total attendance at tho five games which were played in tlio series was 78,086 and the gross receipts $101,728.30. Tho receipts were divided as follows: National commission $'0,172.85; Chicago and Detroit baseball clubs. $18,311.13 each; Chicago National Leapuc team. $32,960.03, and tha Detroit Auiovicun team, $21,073.36. Had the American lycagne team been successful In the .series Just closed, aud won the world's champloaship on top of their caiitiire of the American Lcagu.-! pennant, Mr. Yawlu-y's gift, it was annouiifod, wonld have boon $30.000 Iiistoail of ?15'-'00. JOH»»O.V OOT StRAP BOOK. Washlngtou'.s Urcat .Slag Artist J>Id >ot -Veed That Kind. When young .Johnson, Washington"•• crackerjack slab artist, began to gel his name in the papers day after day ind with such fine writeups. lie wat advised by the older members of thf clul) to get himself a scra))l)Ook, sr that he could treasure up ilie word.-; of praise tliat wcic Ijciug Iiauded tr him in bunches. "It will make swell reading for the foiks at home during the olt-season also," spoke up Case Patteu. "Yes," said Joe Cantilion. "If:i not bad Idea, by any means. AValler. for reading the .scrapbook during tlie win ter will no doubt inspire you with : greater desire to be the real goodi, when we open up at this stand lor ihe season of 1908, wnen we take the pennant, if you remember." So. acting upon the suggeslious of his coiuradcs and his manager. Walter dug down in bis clothes and produced the necessary coin to purchase a book wherein he could paste the press clippings that were so boisterous in hit favor. Not I)ciiig himself familiar with the stores In the locality of the park, -Walter pressed little Dan, the custodian of the clubhouse, into service, and sent him to buy the boog for him. "Here is the best scrap liook I could get you. Mr. Johnson," said the lad on his return. » AVliIIe the clever young pitclicr was unwrapping the packet, the other players crowded about and expressed mild surprise at the Sinallneas of the package. Wlxm Johnson had finally got all the paper from around hb purchase there on the front cover of the book. In great, flaring red letters were the words: "Points on Pugilism.' (Maybe Somebody Has>) FooledpYoul People get wealdryby; paying the highest price A but by gettiiig the mOst foi]^tlieif money. That is why^more^rich people drink Arbucld^' Ariosa than any other^'^coffee! ARIOSA 18 th(g cheapest good (rofff^inthfli V file Home A The handiwork of the American Indian, especially in the making of Baskets, has never been ap*^roached tor beauty. Add to the beauty of your home by purchasing some of these useful and fancy Baskets, made by a number of the tribes and now being distributed at pleasing prices. A Sp&eM Smte of Intllmu Goods mi This Sloro. Gome in to see ihe Varleiy, Buy' ing wm Follow. These snoods are ail made by Indians. Iroquois, Hurons, St. Regis, Mic-Macs, Penobscots, Mohawks, Abenakis and many unknown tribes of America have all been employed in the inanufacturing of these novelties. Be sure to be among the early buye'rs. See Corner Window. T<rKESISX DIVORCE ACT|0.\. Ur. A. >. .Tlincar Employs an Attorney t« Fight Case. Dr. A. .\". Minear, who was recent Ir sued for divorce by his wife, Annie .Minear. lias employed an lola attorney to resist tha granting of the decree. Dr. Minear is now located iu Salt Lake City, having gone there several months ago. Dr. Minear may return to lola to attend iiin trial. PILES II BED I> 6 TO 11 DAlt«. POio IO .NT.^IE.\T is guaranteed to ;ur • any case of Itching. Blind, Blccd- \wi or l^votruding Piles iu 0 to X\ days jY money refunded. -Ouc. HB|!. J0B> KlXi TO IT. SCOIT. Deraugcd Colored .Woman .Taken \\yay for Treatment. .M:is. .loliu King, of Basselt, who re- jentily showed syiuptoius of insanity, was'iakcn to Ft. Scott Saturday by friends, where It is hoped that with ^o<jd treatment, she may recover. JIis. King is crazed over religion and it said wanted to i)ut her children out of the way to save them from the evils of this world. If she K I IOW ;; indications of rceovcriiig au eiioit will I 'C made to have her placed in a hos- pitiil. W. V. Ml KPHYALTO AGEXT. Former lola Boy fume I'p From Parsons YesU-rday iu Keo Machine. Walter P. .Murphy, son of Dr. S. S. .Murphy, formerly pastor of tho JI. E church here, was in the city yoster day. Ho came to lola in a motor car ivllh Messrs. Kendall and Delay ol tho Pai-sons Motor conipau.v. Mr. Murphy is now representing tlio Ret .Motor company. The party made the trip in a Reo machine and found the roads favorable to fast driving. Mr JIurphy conferred with several lols Iiarties with reference to purchasing Reo machines while here. WkA ^THEM A WEEK Send No Money-MSmd Us Your NaoiB and fcy the oem mail you will rwelre Aur Home Eye Test Card wiiij vbicb you can t««t your own eyes ai- »c- cuf^icly 03 it c-n be doap ngjit bero ia 6';r Tcsii.-is rarlors, a6^ It Is per recti? sim.-ilc. ncium ihu ie»l carJ to lis «iTi) all itic blaolu filled out ar.<l wc scr.ij you -rTCtacinber. without a cent of money from yoiH -a pilr of Sunbiirst Spectacles flttcd (Tiih cyactl^-tl)'? Krs yoar eyes n<rc«3 m exactly I'-c rlslit size framaL was THESE SPECTACLES OXE VrtEX FHEE -f,'?^-."'';^* ,"?h* <.TA rnc -wc-It th'.? arc not caUrcIy citLrnrtory in »svTy way. rrturo *tivai to ti- sofi yo-i arr ff» rut pri.r-'. If K'criiirlt's prove tn jr,'j th^y th'-v absolutely n-ec- Cr .-3ry Ipr ;x"jr cjr-. if i;.-.v po*.^ r;it?;e rn':e noihing c*5i .;;ared lo coTpIf>ri tbe? jIve jotir e)es—rent* Ji.TS a:*-! thr p ;''.rt7rjr3 en* yours. Auft oa rcrdpt of xtc mon »y wp *UV 6 C-J4 Non TREe a'I:')r:'0 ^iT'i'-It: fire of fine ie=I nraia lejthfr JirM wl!h rici) pl'ish. Iso'l ihli a/ sqncre driil proroslnon? DJC-n 11' t-h-?" tha* «c arc .1 squarr reUsM^. compsTi:. ? A tno-eert stamp and/ letter t.i reply lo tnis offer m.iy iavc your eys'ti^f. i% ii worth Ire money? S«B*'^ eye troufctet wH «n Of giecle^ liJd Qcickly into serioui diieasca. AV" arc tl:r only hourc ih:it '•an fli sccc-Jic(c frames to / To 'jr (icr hy nu:I—acd r'-rtrrt frames arc r-rr-. bn ay imtortaM as rf>rr*.ri Icnttr. ton's far*: la cbaped diffcrrnth—thr Icnitj ci i-f IKT iicpt »t jjvi riie nght dirfanre from thf eres / or ttry nre I-ist as as ^.I'm; Icnr'-x, i ti rca.onaMt- \'.-\:.x. ih<? tiam» tnuH be «-xari?v ^ .-C^ tlr.bir Tliatxtlir T-.a-T c fil >o.,. eVtlRY PAIR OP SPECTACLES WE HANDLE IS/ COLO ?ILLEO AND ABSOLUTELV GUARANTEED. AoJ thh rnmpany cae barfc up it« / C^"" .-* / Ctiarantic WhfTt > " • ...^ ..^.w.,. , -- _. erad» franc aad I tlcraos «ho hire 6(_ - . .. . _ ., . _ men at xho htad ol ihcir trofc--^ion. an-l by means of our ECtentilk Terl C*T ^ /'jf^ / .-** .• aid meihrwis *e can fit ynu rir'u tnere *n ^gar own heme ju&t as accurately zz / / / /\ » you were berc at our Kansas CJTV offiCtf. WRITE TODAY. ^ /** WELKER & HANCOCK OPTICAL COMPANY •It N«« rioiton BifiMiHlc. KANSAS CITY. MO. " <^ C?*^"^ * ^' KOITOirS NOTC; W« c«« i«comir^w» th« C«mpMy t* rttaOra a« JhOfoayrty rcli««tc. S.S.S. FORTY YEARS OF CURES tOM'ESSED TO HL'UVEIt. Slxtetn-Ycar-Old Uoy ToW HorriW« Story to Police. Camden. .\. J., Oct. 11'.— Josepl Woods, the sixteuu-year-old slayer & iCthel Neviu. nine years old. is to b« made the subject of a quick iudict ment for murder. The boy has confessed and tlie only question is wba punishment shall be given. The boj seemingly Is without moral percep Hon. He confessed because he wat aleepy and;wanted to go to bed. Afte' telling the. story that, drove cblll' tbroock tbO' poUoeniaa. Wood slept' Long experience and thorough testing have proVeaS. S. S. to be the King of blood purifiers and the greatest of alt tonics. For n(^y ball a century S. S. S. bas been used iu the treatment of blood 'and skin diseases of every character, apd so .<Milisfactory have been tbe results that it is aow the best known and most widely used blood medicine oa the nurket. S. S. S.- attracted attention as soon a.** it was placed oa the market by «iiriag promplly those disea.<;cs for which it was recommended,^ and we have so jealously guarded its first good reputation, by keeping itiip to its standard in manufacture, that it now has the Unequalled and pleasing record of **FortyYamr9 0fCureM»*' For , Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Sores and Ulcers, JIalaria. Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison, and all other diseases due to an impure or poisoned condition of the blood, there is nothing that equals S. S. S. It counteracts and removes the germs and poisons, cleanses the system of all unhealthy matter, cures the trouble permanently, and restores strong, robust health. Where the blood is weak or anaemic and unable to nourish the system as it should, S. S. S. supplies it with the needed properties, and being a bracing, invigorating tonic it builds up the entire system- It goes to the very bottom of all blood disorders, and in this way reaches deep-seated and inherited cases on wliich the ordinary iarsaparillas and tonics have little or no effect. Not-only is S. S. S. ;ertain in its results, but it is an absolutely safe medicine. It enjoys he distinction of being the only blood medicine oa the market that gtiar- mteed purely vegetable. If yon are in need of a blood rpmedy begin the use of S. S. S., the medicine that has proven its worth by its record of forty years of cure.";. Sock on the blood and anv medical advice you wish. No charge for either./ XBE SWIFT SPECmC CO.. IILAHTA. OA. The Junior Department Store Get yam* Oamj 'ft lamp Oompl0t0 tan'Tto

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