Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 15, 1907 · Page 6
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_m lOLA DAUT MaignEii. TPESDAT minKg, OCTOBEB IS, inn. HELP WAMTED WANTED—^Young men to prepare by mail tor positions as Traveling Salesmen: Experience unnecessary; Salaries f 100 to |250 a mouth and expenses. Positions secured with reliable 'firms. White for free cataloR today. Address: National Satesmans Traitiing Ass'n. Suite 312 Scarritt Bldg., Kansas City. Mo. ^WANTED—A few experienced poultry dressers. H. A. Richardson Produce company. Office Phone T .'f.. Residence Phone 296. WILTED—situation: 7 years experience in grocery and dry goods sjore. References. Lockbox 414, Gas. LODGE OIREOTORY, WANTED-i-Man 1o work ou farm. . Phone 105-ia. Oas, Kansas. :WANTED—To buy lady'.s diamond ring; three-Quartcr karat, .Address XY this office. MAN WANTS to do house cleaning. Inquire COl South Kim Ktrief. 'WANTED—Ten honest boy.'; 12 to 14 years old, to distribut." ridvertisins matter after school. Ift-ing rerominen- dations. Call before school Monday at Cottage Hotel: ask for Mr. Dee. WANTEDr-Rock loaders at Kansas Portland Cement Plant Inquire at Qunr at Concreto. WMMTED~ ^HUmllmams WANTED—Large room and board in private family; pay good price. Address XZ this office. WANTED—To Rent three or four uijfurnished rooms for housekeeping. Address "Rooms," care Register. ,WANTED—Typewriting and clerical ^tork. Room 3, old court house. Rebecca Goble. ^ WANTED—A place for a boy or girl to work for board while attending the lola Business College. Telephone Main 495. KXIGHTS OF MACCABEES^ Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hall, second and fourth Wednesday nights in each month. J. W. Postwait, commander; R.B.Por­ ter, record keeper. IT. fl. Camp No. 101 meeU In K. of P. Hall every Friday night W T. Steele, C. C; A.H.Davis, Clen Visitors cordially Invited. 'KXIGHTS~OF~PTTHIAS.—Neosho Lodge No. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P Hall. Visiting brothers invited. W.S.Thompson, C.C.; Chris Ritter, K. of R. and S. M. W. A.—The M. WTA. Lodge meets every Friday night in M. W. A. hall. Visiting brothers invited. W. H Anderson, V.C.; W. A. Cowan, Clerk BOTAL KEIGneOBS.-lola Camp. No. 365, Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oracle; Mrs. Mary Hutton, 413 West Street Recorder. fOR SALE-'REAL ESTATE FOR S .\LE—Good mare; CZCi North Main, Qas, Kansas. TOR SALE—4 roomed house, water tai sewer connections., $50 cash, $12 • inonth. Grace Arnold, phone 306. FOR SALE^HUsooilam^ous FOR SAVE —Poland China bniirs. Hugh A. Piper, Moran, K:inp. F. A. A.—Golden Leaf Council No. 462, F. A. A. meets first and third Wednesday nights in each month In K. P. Hall. C. E. Lacey, president; Miss Mable Rhortack, secretary.' FRATERXAL BKnTUERIIOOD^ Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month In A.O. U.W. Hall. Visiting members cordialy Invited. W; H. Anderson, president; Golda Elam, secretary;^ Jnnlor Order I 'nHrd American chanics. —Meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In K. P. Hall. All visiting members Invited. R. X Widick, Councelor; C. B. Black, Rec Secretary, BUSIMESS OIREOTORY JEWELERS. B. F. Pancoast, old reliable Jeweler 110 Ea.st street. ASKIN' THE COMMITTEE Two Pons Being Made OS Stiifc.lfMe FrlouuT. STAMMER. Complete court at the best school for stammerers in America at one- half price this fall and winter. White for information at once. McKIe School for Stammerers, 2705 East 12th Street Kansas City, Mo. For l>est and Qnlckest Rcsnlts nse the Register Want Colnms. Try a Want Ad. In Bcglstet Expert Clothes Cleaning.' Pressing and Repairing. 13 W. Madison. Busr-Yz^zr Work r.illed for and Delivered. Theatrical Wardrobe a Specialty CLARCllOEA. ROCKWELL, Prop. FOR SALE OR TR.\DK—Pop corn wagon. .')19 Norili Third .''treer, city. TOR SALE—Cow. South Tennes .see. K. W.n?;ner, 210 FDR SALE—Folding bed; upstairs 203 E:afit street. FDR S.ALE—Good mare Call at 210 West street with foal. FOR RENJ~ MtsoollaMOUg FJOR RENT—Two room house, 519 North Third street, lola. FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms, two for light housekeeping, at 322 South Buckeye. Phone SS6. FOR RENT—Desirable five roum cot \ag?. Inquire C23 East Lincoln. FOR RENT—One seven and one four room cottage. Nelson F. Acres. FOR rooms. RENT—Three unfurnished Inquire 504 South Buckeye. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms to family without children. 004 .North Jefferson. FOR RE.NT—Furnished rooms for sleeping and light housekeeping, 112'.^ South Washington. FOR RENT— Furnished house, modern.; Apply this office. FOR RE.\T—Furnished down stairs rooms for housekeeping. 31G South Walnut STRAYED-•^'bite blind pony from 607 North street F. B. Smith, Phone 1005. Evans Bros. 1 PMtalm. mn^Btmmm. Book». Mohoot Supmit*' 4fm*iHpot Smpptlmm. fppmmrltmr S»tppllm». Ofriom Spppllm: Where quality is main consideration, we buy the best. Where demands will justify, we carry all grades and prices. W« Sollolt romp Tpmdm. £OUTH SIDE *QUAIi» iola. Kanaaa POLAR BE4R FLO^R Has Stood tbe Test Becaose its the Best Acce|)t No Other Wm.Oberdorf, Agt. ^ LOST and FOUND LOST—A small triangular shaped Fraternity pin, either on North street or on street car to La Harpe. Liberal reward. Leave at this office. GROCERY Headqiiartara tor Good Things to Eat. Teie|>hoDe 139 Topeka, Kas., Oct. 15.— While Congressman Anthony has been carrying on his canvass of the state officers and members of the state central committee for Jhe purpose of ascertaining the sentiment for a direct and statewide primary in Kansas next year to nominate a republican ticket, a prominent member of the central romralt- tei? has also been sounding the com- mittemen, and a wide variance exists in the advance sheets that are being iven out. Anthony srtys that he has heard from sixteen niember.s, and of tliese twr-Ive have signified that they are favorable to a direct primary next year. From that he i.s figiirliig on get ting a final majority. Thi.s other member of the state cen tral committee has received replies to yll but a few of his letter.^. He will have them all In a couple of d.nys, and will then give out a'coiniilete stiitc meiit. ThI.s morning, from the results on hand, ho declared that fully 70 per cent of the state central ronimltte will be agaln.st a direct jirimar.v. There are ihrity-.=ix cninmilteemen In the state. Anthony ha.-? heard from al)oiit half, and of \Uif. number 7.5 per cent are for a direct primary. This other canvass, which has been made quietly, and without advance information .Is re])orted to be telling a story quite different from .\nthony's replies Another Cost Estimate. Those who arc favoring a direct primary are combating the claim that It will cost too much to run for an office, or that the expenses of the primary will exceed the salar.v. Anthony is declaring cdilorially that the different counties will supply the money for the pirmaries. and that there Is no need for worrying over funds. He says that Cy Leiand believos this can be done. He quotes Roose Van Sant, chairman of the Shawnee county re- l)ublican central conmiittee, as saying that Shawnee will tike care of its part of the expenses. No faith, however, is placed in the counties coming to the rescue. "Have the monej- in .•^ight," say most of the opponents of the primary, "and then call your primary." Jlr. .Vnihnny today attacked the position taken by T. .1. Moore, state chair man of the republican cent nil committee, that a primary next year would that l.iriS .'^O worth of this expense need not be shouldered at all. "Cut o\it the $l,6Srt for publication in newrpapers." he .says. "The $27,- oriO for judge.s and clerks can bo done hy volunteer workers. The $2,200 for setting up booths is unueces.sary. the $2,200 fc)r rendering returu.s is foolish the $2,70(1 fur swearing ill judges and clerks is irivial and needless. The Jl.lOo for posting primary noiicis c:in he done iiv vuluutetr work." (ioTornor Won't Talk. .•\iitho :iy says that the whob' thing can lie handled by fxijeudiiig $.'111 for e :ic!i CDiuity for the printing of ballots •tud jpoll sheets. A good deal of Intere.^t atiaehes to what flovernor Hoch may do iu view i .f the attitude tak<-n by the state f-en- tral coiamiuee on a direct primary. Some t:ay iliat he will ca:i a special session regardle.ss of what the committees do. If the committee turns the projiosiiion down, then the governor is said to be favorable to a si)e- cial session so as to get a primary, and if the committee decides to have one, the governor is said to think it should be done right. P.ut the governor won't talk. "1 have nothing to say on the sub- i.-ct at ail." he said last night. "I doirt care to discuss it now." TliTo is some little talk of calling the state central committee together for the purijose of settling the matter at once and not let it drag on any further. Others say that the whole thing is killed right now so far as next year is concerned, and that there :.~ n<fc nece.ssily of coming to Topeka to witness the death of something that is already a eorpso. 3r» C. A. HOTES. Tacsday Evening. 7:.10— Business men's g>TnnaKium class. Any business or profession al man who needs exercise can get just what he wants here. Wednesday. C :20— Mor.so Bible class for men, ."Subject, "The Capture of Jericho" .Tosh. C:.S— 20. Lunch will he served at fi::;n. Come from your office. 7:30 —Young men's gymnasium class. Some new apparatu.s is expected for this class. 8:,''.0 —Basket ball practice. There are now five teams. Thursday. 4.30 —Hoy's gymnasium and swlm- . niing class. Squad f. 3:15— Iloy 'H gymnasium and swim- j ming class. Squad II. S :00— .\n illu.strated study talk will ho civen by Prof. Wi.shard, principal of the high school. The subject Is, ".V Peep Into Nature This is free to men and women Everybody come. A silver offering will be taken at the close to help defray the expenses of this edu cntlonal course. Friday. 7:30 —Business men's gymnasium class. Volley ball game. 8 :.30— Matched basket ball game. For the next few weeks a basket ball game will be played by good teams .i These games will be open to the public both men and wo men and a small charge of ten c.-'nts will be made and the re ccipts will be applied on equip ping the gymnasium. The boy have adopted this means of rais ing money for some much needed apparatus. Come and bring your families. The juniors will play between halves. Saturday. 9:00 to 12:00 a. m.—Boy's hours Gymnasium classes aiul swimming classes. 2:00 p. m.—Gymnasium and swimming for the news hoys. AH carrie boys are expected to come for their exercise at this hour. :30 —Young men's gymnasium class .Snnday. 2:30 —Boy's Gospel meeting. Kvery body invited to this meeting. 3.30— .Men's Gospel meting. Rev. R. H I'llett will give the third addres to men oil the subject, 'Christ .Vmong Young Men." Invite some m.-yi to come with you to thi lu.'eiinir. The attendance .so fai has l .ii'U good. PKOPLK WK KNtnV. Tlioy Are lola People, and What The) Niiy 1^ 01" Local Interest. Its Economy To have your Carpets and Sags cleaned by Tbeioia Rag Factory rHONE Bit. Farms for Sale 100 acres improved In section Ifl. 5 miles northeast of Moran, al.^o li;o acres lu section 29 one mile aitd a half east of Geneva. For prices and terms V.TUC the owner. E. L MILLER 2112 Benton Boulevard, Kansas Cit.v, Mo, Wdt'LD PAY U\S BILLS, Kegisfer's .Story Hurried I)HiiU|nents to rily Office. Vilieii the doors of the gas office opened this morning for business there was a crowd of delinquent gas consumers on hand who had read in the Register that the department would shut oft" the gas of all delinquents toda.v. The delinquents had the ca.>-li 111 their pockets to pay their bill.-'. The -ra.-; inspector ye.>-terday did not oonipleii' his other work in lime to hut r)lf the supply but the city clerk declares that In case the city inspector is io«j crowded with work today to shut off tbe delinquents he will do it personall.v. There are .some twenty-five or fifty consumers who are behind in their gas bills and they may find their gas off some lime today. Trj a Want Ad. in tbe Beglater. Wit 'ii an incident like the followlnj occurs right here at hoiiie, it is boun'i to carry wiuirlit with our readers. Si many strange oemi renci-s go th< rounds uf the jire;;.-;; are published a facts, people beconii' skepiieal. O; )ne subject ski-pticism is rapidl.v di.'-' ippearing. This is due to the aetua experience of our citizens ,aiid thel' public uiierance.s regarding them The doubter must doubt no more It the face of such evidence as this. The •mblic statement of a reputable citi- en living right at home, one whoti ou can see every day. leaves n' ground for the skepti<- to slimd on. John W. Patterson, employed bj nrigham & Me.N'eil, grocers, and liv ing at 218 North First street, lola Kansas, says: "For two years 1 wa annoyed with attacks of pain in thj small of the back. These spells cam' on me gradually and the pain wouh Increase from day to day until the at tack would disappear as mysleriousl; as it came on. Other symptoms lha were present Indicated that my kid neys were out of order, and the recur r^nce of the. attack always proved lha the cause was still there. I use Doan's Kidney Pills four years ago procuring them at ('. 1!. Spencer & Co.'s drug store. This remedy quick ly banished the pains in my back anr cured all the other distressing symptoms. I never had but one attack af ter, and I can say that today niy bad and kidneys are as strong as ever In my life." For sail' by all ileab-rs. Price T)i cents. FoKter-.Mii_burii Co., liiifi'alo New York, sole agents for the I'liiter" States. Renieinber ilii- name—lioans' :iii (1 take no other. of tlie Important Duties of Physidans and the Wen -Informed of the World is to learn as to the relative standincc and rr-ii.-iL'iMtv nf the loadin;? inrimifactur- ers of medicinal agents, as thn mo:st eminent phyi-irian? arc thc^ ino.'^t rarejiil a.=; to thf» uniform quality and p.-rfcrt p:!rity of rcm-^dits pio^.^ritx'd liy tli-^m, and "it is \vo\\ known to physicians and tlif Will-lnform-rd ffencriiilv ri.-ii th'^ Caliiornia Ififj Syrup Co., by reason of its correct motli.id-; and !>->r[oct oni.i|,nvm ai'.drlje <-i!.ical rhnractpr of its product !ia<? attained to tlic- lii'^li i^taiidint; in ^rii I'tiii.- :i :ul coiriMHTcird cinflcs which is accorded to successful and relialiie houses only, and. il;- rfior^-, that tlie name of the Company has become a guarantee of tlx? excellenc' of its n nudv. TRUTH AND QUALITY appnal to the Well-In formed in every walk- of a:id ar-^ (---••rtiai to prrmanrnt success and creditable standing, therefore Ave v.ish to call xhi^ att-ntii.n ni all who uptdd enjoy good health, with its Mes;;ing.~, to tlie fact tliat ir involv'-.; i!-." ouestioii of,right living with all the term imprus. With lunprr Immvu <i'4<' of v.!i:ii is l,.-.t each hour of recreation, of enjoyment, ol contemplation ami 01 .ffurt may h" iii:ui.' 10 e.uitrilmte to that end and the use of tiiedirin<s di^j)'ns'^1 with 'iii-nrriiiiy. to grt ;i; .•uivaiitri'.re, but as in many instances a sini[)l>-, wiio!'riorii(> r<nifdy ii.riy IK- invalu:diie it taki 11 at the proper time, the California I'ig Syrup Co. l-tls that it i" alike im[)()rtant to iirescnt truthfully the subject and to supply tlie one p.-rltct hixntive renu-dy whicli hiis won the appoval of physicians and the world-v.-iile .n.:.-. |,tance 01 ilir Well-Inforim-d b.rausp of the excellence Of the combination, known to all. ami ili.r t)ri;-;inal method 01 nianufac- tiire, which is known to the California l-"ig Syrup (^o. only. This valuable remedy has been long and favorably l<nnv.-n nnd<T the name oi— Syriip of Figs—and has attained to woild-wjilc a'rcntaiic.' n^-, the most excellent of family laxatives, and as its pure laxative priiicipl.--. obtain.d from Senna, are well known to i)hysicians and the Wcll-lnlorm-d ol tlx- world to be ih'> best of natural laxatives, wo have adopted tlie more elaborate nanii- ol - S.vrup of l-'igs and Elixir of Senna—as more fully descriplivi- of tlc' nin.dy, bin d.-tibtl-S'^ ii v.ill ajways be called for by the shorter name (A Syrup of Figs—and to g' i its bi iieficial . ffi -ris always note, when purchasing, the full nam" ol the Coni!>aiiy — (alifoiuia I-'ig Syi'iij) Co.— plainly printed on the front of iv<.iy narkage, wh«th< r ycu simply ruU lor—^^Syriip of Figs—or by the full name—Syrup 01 b'igs ami ICIixir of Si una—as —Syruii of I'igs and Elixir of Senna — is the one laxaiivi- r-rinrdy iiirimifaciund iiy ihf^ C:ililornia Fig S\ rup Co. and the same heretofore known by tli" nam'---Syi up of l-ig.. v.h.irh h:is given satisfaction to millions. The gr-nuin.' is f(jr sale by all leading driicrgists tliroiighout the United States in original packiigcs of one i^lzn only, the regular price'oi v.hich is fifty cents per bottle. Every bottle is sold under the gr-n.-ral guarantee of tlie Companj-, filnl v.ith the Secretary of Agriculture, at Wa.-^hin-.iion. 1). C. that ih-.- remedy is not adulteraicd or misbranded within the meaning ot the I'ood and Drugs .-\ct, June 30th, IQO(3. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Louisville, Ky. San Francisco, Cal. r s. .\. London, Fngland. New York, N. Y. EXTRA KANSAS SESSION rhe Primary and Ta.v Levy Qnestions yiay (.'anse One. IP ALL MEN were of tbe same opinion there WODI be no horse races, and upon tin •hought, one world ihink "atrlf* *ould be an unknown quantity. !»• 'hink of all men trying to marry th .<ame woman—all men In the aim Ine of business—all men advertif Ing. Then, as It Is now, the rac would be won by the best man—tb cleverest advertiser. A man who doe not advertise Is competitor to hi neighbor in name only. He Is like man fishing without bait. If he catcl es anything It la chance only, no preconceived in plaa and action. Th advertising columna of tfie Regfaste: teem with ciutomera (or the adve) tiser. Are jon there with ;onr blc Topeka. Oct. 1.'). —It seems io be ihe general opinion among state officials that there will be an extra session of th? legislalnro within sixty lays to take tip a primary election rw aii '1 make an amendment, to the tax law. The primary l.aw Is the proposition now being talked al)out most. The state officials are almost unanimous in their opposition to the plan of having a primary without a law irst being passed. The bugaboo of the expen'^e is the chief argument 'gainst primaries.. It is known fhtit ^ome of the officers are oppo.^ed to a nriiuary iu any form. Governor Hoch favors the primary ind it is believed that it sufficient nressiiro is brought to I>ear he will all a special session to take up ih.'^ ui 'sliou. The fact that twelve of the ixteeii commitleemon who replied tii teprosentative .Anthonys Ir^ttor favor primary without a law has alarm- the politicians. They see visions if defeat unless a primarj' is esfalv ished next year. Reports of consid- rable agitation over the state are vorrying them just now and it is be- oved that within a short time the lolitic'ans will begin coming to To- •ieka to try to persuade the governor o call a special session. An oversight in drawing the tax ommission law also is causing trou- 'i !e. Th.-? law says that all properly nust he assessed at its ••••A] money alue and the commi.ssioners have in- 'cated that they aro going to fol- ow this to the letter. No provision made for limiting the levy. : MOSI: ounllcs :ind cities make the levies on basi.( of i,i to J /i the actual value nd may now make a levy of twenty lills. Tlio assessment at the present oiild raise the taxes abnormally and •;ause trouble. Many state ofUcials re asking the governor to call a spe- ;lal session to limit the amount of the 'evy lUKler the new law. WANTED! One hundred couples to folloy/ the crowd to the Rollaway Skating Rink Tonight. North side of the Square. Witness fancy stunts from Stunterville. Keep on the sunny side and be healthy WfeARTHEM A Week 1 Send No Money-Jast Send (Is Your Name' FRE and by tbe QCTI mail you will receive cur Hoae Eye Teii Card u-iih which iou can icn jrour own eyes as accurately as it can be* done right here la our Tesiinc Parlors, and it is p«r fectly simple.' Return thii test card to us vitb all the blanks fllled out and we will,ser.d you—remember. Mtthout a cent of money frc.-n jroit—a pair of Surtburst Sp^tacles Cited Wiiii csariiy the Ir-ns rwir eyps n *^.l In exactly the rtgM «ire frame. ^ was THESE SPECTACLES DUE WEEM mi-'^^- ,T.''n, T.^'Z •#*?td of one wrok ih'-y are not entirely satisfactory in evrrv way. rctiira them 10 OS and you are not cut one penny. If tlie E :«rct:iclc3 provfe to you that they ar^ absoliitrly necessary for your eyes. If the y p.-ove that th^* price ia nothing comparrd to the contort thry give jour eyes—eend ns il.75 and tlie spertaci*» ar*» yours. And on rrrelpt nf the money we wfil / send you FREE ft handsnme Si'^tacK-Case of fine .';cil eralo leather Iracd wiih rich plu5h. Isn't this «/ rqnare deal propcsitlonr Doe.-.n'i It stow ifc.it Tve .ire. a square Tchat >ie rorcpany? A i*o-cent stamp antf / letter In reply to tnis offer may save your eyen^hi. Is it worth tne moneyT S'ighi eye trouties when y''^ neglected lead quickly Into scriojs diseases. \Vf arc the only bouse that rjc fit st 'C -ctarlA frames to and methods we can ftt ynu rjshi tncre in ycur own home just a^ arccraiely as/ I! you were here at our Kansaa Cur offire. WRITE TOOAV. 1 ^ jjrwi r i^; / WELKER & HANCOCK OPTICAL COMPANY 4l« H«w NeilM BultaMtz. KANSAS CITY. MO. CDITOR-S NOTC; W« c t r^cemmanif iiM above ( WIIEKE inn TlIK .nONEV f .OJ H'illiam Kockofi-llor Mill Tell ^\ho Got Sbinilard's »:t2O,0AO. N'ew York. Oct. J I.—.\nnounecnient •htit Wui. O. Ilockefeller lind been no- •llled by.Frank IJ. KelloKR to be In "•eaillnesa to te.stify today or tomorrow 'n the provernniep.L'.s tintl -truKt. -HUU iRain.'^t the Standard Oil conii )any ban •ronseil unieh Interest a."? he will be •Kked to explain why and to whom uore than three hiiiulred twenty thous •nd dollar;^was lent by the Stajidard Oil company of New York last year. It in believed no other member of the Rockefeller family will he called to be stand. BABY'S VOICE About the first disappointment a hrlda has she finds her husband cares nothing for "society." I« rhe Joy of the househtold, for withoat it no li.ippin^BS can becoinplete. {low sweet the picture of motlier and babel An^je's smile at and commend the thoughts .-ind aspirations of the mothc'^" bendini^over the cradle. Tha ordeal thiou*'. wliich the expectant mother must pass, how* ever, ir. so lull of danger and suffering that she looks forward to tlie hour when she shall feel the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and fear. Every woman should know that tlie danger, pain and horror of child<. birthcan be entirely avoided IJJ the u.se of Mother's Friend, a scientific liniment for external u^e only, which toug^heiis and renders pliable all tlie p.irts, an<l a-^sists nature in its sublime work. Jly its aid thousands of women have J >a8sed this great cri.sis in per- ect safety and without pain. . *^ld at |l.oo per bottle by druggiiU. Onr book . of priceless value to all women sent free. Addteaa mjuanan mcauutTOR 00.. timmtm, mm ^ .....vf ^'O ^^..-VtW «*»» . MOTHEB'S FBIEND Roister Wants Bring Results

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