Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 24, 1908 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, October 24, 1908
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M Ifw Ever Stop to TJuiilg ^liatth^. man or woman who saves systematically and are conBtantly laying aside sometUing for a ^'rainy day," that a RAINY DAY NEVER COMES TO THEM. THE WOLF'S NOSE is forever snifEing atj the door of the individual without a bank account. The moment that work bccomefe "slack" or accident or sickness comes there is disaster. , Begin from this very day to save a portion—it need not be a big portion—but more important, a rejgfular portion of your income. • We pay three per. cent interest, compoun'ded semiannually. I ^ —Fratb dzit«r»—Oar War. Humboldt CxiMct* 5000. Tbe popnlatlon of Humboldt must now be close to 8,000. We lose a few Inhabitants now and then, but new ones came in about three to one. Our estimate of 5000 beforp the close of tne year 1909 still holds good..—Humboldt Union. —sign painting. Fred Rowden. phone 1428. Rev. Camp Was Here. Rev. Camp, pastor of the Preabyter- iau church at Humboldt, was in the city yesterday a few hours.^ —Merchant's Lunch at Our'War. Jackson at Chanute. .\ttorney General Fred S. .lackson. who was to have spolcen here last evening, will spealc in Qlianute November 2nd—tlie evening before election. It will be the closing demonstration of the campaign by the Republicans. Attqrney General .lackson is not only a man who does things, but he is also a man who has-ideas and knows how to express them.—Chanute Tribune. State Savings Bank Mm, Kmnmam Open from 7 to 8 p. m. Saturdays and Pay Nights —Six per cent money; no commission; no delay.—Smith ft Travla. Came to lota. G. W. Alcock went to lola yesterday afternoon. He returned Wednesday from his trip to Oklahoma.—Chanute Tribune. READ! A few hundred U sccUuns Ko. 1 Tresteru laud at $1000 uud up. GOLDEN WEST UNO CO., OfQco Urer lona Sture. Iliorpe & Hoogh Contractors, Engineers, Snrrerors. Fully equipped for all kinds of snrFeylng, estimating, patent drawing, blue prints, maps, sidewalks, curbing, and farm drainage. Office Oyer 'Tamoas." Use No. 7 Flour Good as any—better than most. Don't Forget Our MEAT MARKET We handle only the best of Fresh Meats, Smoked and Salt Meats. We Want Your PRODUCE farmers, and' will pay the highest market price in cash or trade. Come in and see us. We are sole ageuts for J. M. Bom's COFFEES and TEAS If you will give this line a trial you will use no other. Fryer Bros. Phone 801, 808. lola, KansMs. Evans Bros. Offlmm Where voMm !• vtait. MUM•ration we bar the beet Where denuindB wm Jvetttr. we evrr •U gradee and ptloee. •evtt lUe Kurak lela, Short Stories Idia Hap|i0ings —Dr. J. B. Pepper. Dentist Pkoie 16S. A New Ruling. The postolBcc department is synd- iug out instructions on addressing letters, and recommends t|iati letters and cards, addressed on typewriters, have the cities aud states on separate lines for the convenience of postal clerks. Talk to a postal clerk aQd';he will tell you that you can accomodate him by always including the comity iu the address.—Atchison Globe. ' —CunniD(fham & Amett, 6 per cent money. Complete Evidence. The case of Bethany hospital against Nellie Hubbard, one of the Rohrbau^h estate suits, rame up in the district court at iolu today. The case was heard In the lola court and a Judgment given for tho plaintiff, and an appeal taken to the supreme court. Tiip statement of the evidence in the case for submission to tlie su- ]>reme court, covering SOo typewritten pages has now been completed, and this was brought into court today with the attorneys in conference, for flnal approval before submission to the supreme court. Attorneys W. G. Costisan and W. H. Clark, represent- in gthe defense, and W. S. Jenks. representing thp plaintiff, went to lola today.—Ottawa Herald. —.Into Oarage and Bepair Shop for all kinds of repairing, latomoblle Ilrerr. Phone 8SS. A Lot of Chickens. .An lola man says that the salt water from one of the city's gas wells has killed all his chickens, and he has brought suit for $250 damages. What a lot of chickens that man must have had on hand.—Wichita Eagle. " To Kress .Meethig. G. .M. SniUh. local manager for S. I. Kress and company will go to Pitts burg Monday and will spend the week there attending the convention of the managers of that company.—Parsons Sun. —^Always time to eat at pur Way. Faces Murder Charge. Gils Hetling. who idayed with the Wichita ball teaih this year, and .who is linder arrest at Santa Fe. N. M., on a charge of attempted criminal assault, is now facing a murder charge. Reiiresentativt'.s of the Pullman com- oany have filed complaint against Hetling in which he is accused of second degree murder. It is alleged that by reason of the attempted assault made upon ilrs. Rose Anuetta her unborn child died, and that the life of the mother Is in danger. The habeas corpus proceedings instituted by Hetling will not be heard until October 2C. the case having been postponed from Wednesday by reason of the serious condition of .Mrs. .\uuetta. the coiup'.aining witness.-Wichita Eagle. See the uew Post Cards at Mundl* Drug Store. r -i^ii th»Ptpe LIue. Churies Vlckers went to Huiuboldt Wednesday witli a gang of pipe Hners to work for the Prairie Oil and Gas Co.—Neodesha Re.gisier. —Our Ov«5ter."». Way. Haven't Seen Him. lu spite of the rain, an audience of UH» attended the Republican meeting at ERIngham last night, which was addressed by Senator Long and W. A. Jackson, candidate for district judge. I^ng made ii "voterstralghf speech. .\ few .\tchlsuii v>oIlticians drove out and came back to Atchison on the train. Senator reinained at Effingham all night, and i»assed through Atchison this morning for Tola.—.Atchison Globe. ' ; Stoves Set ap and conuected, also any otbf r gas fitting. Good work and reasonable charges. Phone 29. Re (»• OllfillM Owenl GoBtraeter. Klanteno^and Oemtnt Bldewalki aa# ™^ CorblDj a Spedaltr. . OBeo ll».&«t Jaeksea Ara. Pkeae Mi. J,O.TH0M BsUmat^ «*eerfiM )y oj? »" work Pheue «!•. *»»^ Baekeye. ' MatMas to lowii. Hn-w^^'MK.^iQ. V. Mathias have —Frank S. Be «Tri« v. 8.; Pbon* 13!> Surprised Fnends. A marriage that comes as a sur- orise althmgh It has been susoected for some time took place in lola yesterday when two of our popular young people were married. The principals are Miss Bea Pinkston and Dr. DH-, vore. both well known in social and business circles of this city. Dr. Devore is one of the prominent dentists while the bride has been employed at the AVesteru States offices iu this Tity for some time. Their many friends join in congratulations to the young people. Miss Pinkston left here the last of last week presumably, to ?p to her home In Elk City as her mother was ill and the next thing her friends knew Dr. Devore had gone too, and yesterday's marriage was the result. Dr. and Mrs. Devore wjll make their home in this city as th^ groom has n big practice here, although It is not known Just when tl^ey will get buck from their honeymoon. They muy be assured of a warm reception when they do get here.—Indepeudonce Reporter. ^ They all say that Muncjls has the lieweitt and bout line of poat cards In Uie city. I Bartlett Came Home .ISarl Bartlett. who haa been work lug for the Santa Fe. returned homo to lolu yesterday;—Oarnett News. —It—Our War Boda Water. Will ile-Eiect. Bollinger. C. O. BbUtnger was here Thunsdar vIsitinRTilB* slater, Mrs. J. "It Stewart Mr. BoIIiniser is-aervlttg |||ie Arat term I as 'Sheriff amd '- has iaade ja Splendid «tji«b^,«aiidiwUi:i}e «»eleeted for att- other ten>^-^^fldloidt. pfkw. MeCaU's Mother III. W. I;. McCall received word yesterday that his mother was seriously ill at Pawnee Rock. Nebr. She is 75 years, of age which makes her condition <be more alarming. —Insist OB haTlnr *n. 8." Hoar. lysters any style at Ou'-way. For Meholson Endownieat. .1. A. .Motter and H. A. King were in the city.last night and toda.v. These gentlemeu are sollcitiup an endow- LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABiE COMPOUND LYDIA ETPTNKHAM No other medicine for Woiiiaji's ills iu the world has ireeived such wide-spread and iiiiqtialitied endorsement as has Lydia £. Vink- ham's Vegetable Couipound, made from native roots and herb.<«. No other medieine has siu;h_a record of success for woman's dis-, or .such hosts of grateful friends as has hydh, K Piukliam'a Vegetable Compound. For more than :J0 years it has been the standard i-emedy for feminine ills, Inflammation, Ulceration, and consequent Spinal Weakness. It has relieved more ca -ses of Backache and IxK-al \ than any other one remedy. It di.<.solvef< and expels tumors in an early stage of development. Irregularities and peiitKlic mins, Weakness of the .*<toiuach. Indigestion, Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headuehe, (leneral DtibiUty, quickly yield to it; also derungeu organs, causing pain, dragging sensations and l>ttckacho. I'nder all clrcuni- Alunces it a4>ts in hamiuny with tbe female system. It ivmoves that wearing feeling, exireinu lassitude, ** don't caiv'^aud " waul - to-be - left - alone " feeling, excitability, i rriuh it ity,nervousness, dimness, faintness, sleeplessness. flatulei^cy,melancholy ortbe "blne8. lliese are indications of Feminine disorders, which this medicine over- oomes as well as ali^t derangement of the Kidneys of either sex. Women who are siek and want to get well should refuae to aocentany t^foT lydia E.,Pinknami meat ^nd of I7S.000 for Baker unl- ver8it.V. Geo. B. Nicholson hae promised IjSo.OOO on condition that the trustees raise $75,000.: over half of which has already been pledged-r-Cher r.vvale | Repiiblican. —Fi^rald Starafce aad Tnuisfer I'e. Heiiieheld end plaie aterbv: lar{;e <(i store room In cttj. Phone SiC Those Straw Tetes. A Xeusho^ county farmer was on the Erie train this morning, returning from a trip to western Colorado. He told o^ seven straw elections which^ were'held between Montrose and To-' peka. all of which resulted in good majorities for Taft except one. in which. Bryan had four majority. This vote was taken just before getting Into Denver, a free silver hotbed.— Chanute Sun. . AnaeuceBseat Dr. Sutclilfe wishes to inform his farmer I patrons and the public that he has resumed the general practice of medicine, combining it with surgery. OfBce hours 10 to 11 a. m.. 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. —Paper Hanging. Fred Rowden. Phone 1428. The Blind 8ee Hope. John H. Atwood, national Democratic committeeman from Kansas, and Jerry Botkin,-Democratic nominee tor governor, were in Chanute this afternoon on their way north. The farmer was; on his way to lola, where he speaks itouight. and Botkiu was going from tiirard to Tdpeka. Both were cheerfully optimistic over the chances of victory for the Democratic hosts. —Chauute Snn. —Bei a Booster—Home Industry— Neosho RlTer Cat at Our Way. Ultana Lawyers Here. \V. S. Jenks. W. J. Costigau aud Win. Clark were down from Ottawa yesterday on the Rohrbaugh case.- Their snggestious as to amendments were taken under advisement by Judge Foust. —Drs. Lathrop, Osteopaths. Phone 46& Aliont Ed Owei^. lid Owen who visited In Xeodesba atioiit a month ago and played tennis here witli some of the tiome players, won the Allen county tenuis tournament held at lola last week.—Neodesha Kegister. If you want the latest and nicest post cards on the mavke^ get them at Mnndis drug stora Kei. Kelly to Come. Rev.: Bernard Kelly Is expected in this afternoon to hold quarterly conference 5Jt the First M. E. church. He will preach tomorrow morning. Chatea have Store. \ picture Chocolates, the kind you aUjays bought at Mundis Drug a beautiful Passeportant each pouiid box. b^s With Diy OlBsnIng is a chemical process of cleausiug clothing, requiring much experience and an extensive knowledge of textiles and chemistry, and the use of certain mechanical appliances. We are tbe only firm who meet these requirements in lola and we have already taken the lead in Sanitary Clothes Cleaning. -V trial order will make you a permanent customer, #o#a Laundry W2 THOS. H. BOWLUS, President. J. F. SCOTT, Caahler. ALLEN COUNTY STATE BANK Capital $30,000 .0a DIRBCTORS A. W. Beck, L. C. Beatty. A. J. Fulton, W. J. Evans. J. O. ROdoere, W. L. Bartles, Thos. H. Bowlus. WEiSSUE OUR own DRATtS OM ALL tUROPEJUiPOMTS SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT FROM $2 TO $5 PER YEAR. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. WA M tSi . TO LOAN—$5,000 private money on farm land at 6 per cent.—Io!a L.3nd Co. W.VXTED—Zinc workers at Spriiij; field. III. Inquire \l. G. Hall at .Vc:d Works. Salesman Wanted. E.xperieiice unnecessary. %\m per mouth and cx- lienses. Koyal Cigar Co.. Chicago. IM. IBffsiness Difectoty. DR. MILDK£D CUB^IS • I* Physician and Snrgeoo. * • Office over Bu-rell's Drug Store • • Office Phone 554. • • Residence 214 E. Jackson * • Phone 569. • WA.NTED—Live busiut'ss iiiau to put iu stock of dry ootids aud general mdse: best small town in coiiui.v. Phone i»26. WANTED—lola properly to exchange for Kansas and Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. Office over Iowa Store, lola, Kas. SALESMEN & AGE.NTS—? ? * $.^0.00 P'jr week and over can be made selMus New Campaign Novelties from . non until election. Sells to Stores. Coim- ty Fairs, Picnics and Private Families Complete line of samples, charges prepaid for oUc. Order today. CHICAGO NOVELTY CO.. 60 W'abash Ave. Chi.cago. DBS. BEID & BED, • Physicians aqd Snrgeeas. • X-Ray and Electrical Appliances. • Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. • Office Phone 357; Res. 396. • • • • • • DB. McMILlEir, • Special attention given to the « treatment of all Chronic Di8ea»- • es and Diseases of Children. • Telephones: Office 32, Res. 232. - Office over Burrell's Drug Store • West Madison. • • • • • • • • Washed Dam Out. The .MJjuarch Portland Cement com pany i.s ojiir teveral hundred dollars a^ a result of the heavy rains. Tlie company built :i dam across Coiil Creek at a heaj'y ex|>ense. The lil;rli water washed tjhe dam out. We have party who *vill takv eminent stMk iu itayment for 7 room.-modern house. I east front, on paved street, extra goodjbaru. cistern, etc.. at the following: phces: Tola Portland Preferred $24.00 per share, lola Portland Comniou $*_»3.00 jier share. United Kas, Preferred $33.00 per share. Dixie Port land Combined $IOO.OO'per share.— Cunuiiigham £ .Arnett. lu rear room State Savings Bank. . KilfJIlan Came Down. i Klnier Coe. who was a bidder for the Second street twving contract, believes that the city should patronize home industries when there is such a little difference in the contract uricr. After two unsuccessful attempts to get a contractor to do this work wlthluj the estimate, the contract was last night awarded to R. S. Gilfillan. He knocked ofr several cents a yard over his other two bids and got within the estimate. Mr. Coe says it was because he had a bid lu last night that Mr., Gilfillan came down and that had he hot bid, the successful bidder would not have come down. Mr. Coe did not bid the other two liuies. On the $l.*.;00iJ contract contract .Mr. Gilfillan was just about $10U under the l-'brl Scott bidder.—Port Scott Tribune. FOR SAlE'MmmamUmmmouB FOR SALE—Three fresh milch cows. K. D. Rapp. Mofau. Kas. FOR S.VLK OR TllADE-Singer Sewing Machine fur cow. horse or corn. .\"ew hi.ah arm drop heatl. IJ." South Third. Phone Ill-M. FOA R£07' MlMomliMM ^ouH 0fllc3 Tel. 1083. Nl|*t Tel. * DB. B. 0. CHBI8TUN • Physlchin and Sergeea * * Rooms 7 and 8. ESraaa Bids- * Rooms for men. Y. .M. C. A. building Steam heat iu each r»)oni. lUtths free. FOR llEXT—One 7 rm.m hou .-=e aud one I room house, ivvu l»lurk .-i from Washiugtoii fchoui; JIIKHI water and in good repair, -\piii.v to .Xclson F. Acerg. Mineral Well Park. Phtsne 4. FOR yXCHA.NGE—.V finely improved farm. Neosho.county. Owner wants brick business property. Whitaker A: Ddnnell. over "Our Way." H.VHKIS WANTS HI.S .«OXEV. S»is Monarrh Portbind Ueeit Him for .Seliinir Stork. George Harris brtiught suit In district court today against the .Monarch Portland Cement conij'mnv of Humboldt for an uccouniltig aud for judK- nieiit for tho amount the uccounting sliowH Ihlni to be entitled to. Mr. Harris says In his pel it Ion that he entered into the employ of the company .Vugust Ist, 1907. to doIl stock uud was to receive flfteeu per cent on the saI«H. He HttiKs of those he dli^ected to or placed I In coinmunlcatlon w|th the com pany (if(leers he does not kuow how inany purchased stock or how much stock i'as sold- to them. He also says that he later entered into a I verbal contract with the corn- pan}* to employ a«entH or solicitors for the company and that under this contract he secured foiir such agents. He wais to receive a cjertain per cent <» the^ stock sold by theee agents. He saya he does not know how much stock they sold. . He ; iste for an accounting of. bis bnainetalwiUi the company and for ijodgmtfiit.for the amonint the account log ah^'lilm to jM'^^ed to. FOR RENT—A utKHl room »"or ot- fices or stole. No. I}> West .Madison. Apply ti» Nelson F. .\c^r>. .Mtsieia! Well Park. Phone No. 4. FOR EXOHAHBE Six Clear l.a Harpc residences $Tot»«) and $3000. Cash for merchandise or farm- W. O. Leuhari. lola. Kas. 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. lOLA RUG ntjm Pbeae (It. Her Uncle Dead. .Mrs. II. B. lA'Vau this Hfternoon re celved u telegram convvying the sad news that her uncle. Louis Sufford. died at his home In Tongauoxle. Kk. this morning. Burial will be made 'in the Tonganoxie cemetery Monday..Be cause of the dangerous illness of Mr. I.eVan'8 mother. Mrs. LeVan will be unable to attend the funeral of ber imde. \ An Exhibition Game. The weekly exhibition game of basket ball at the Y. M. C. A. last night w«8 attended by a good crowd con- ddering the inclement weather. An iltteraeUns contest was given. • Phone 687. Res. 701. • DR. 0. L. COX, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. * Spectacles Properly Fitted. • Office A. O- U. W. BIdf. • • • • • • • • F. M. MABTDr, ' Surgery and Diseases ot * Women. • • Office and Residence Phone 67« • • Office 7 North JelTersoa. " JEWEXR8.. B. F. Pancoast. old reliable Jeweler. 110 East street. Lodge Difectofy KKI6UT5 OF PTTHIAg^-Neoeh* Lodge No. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P. Hall. Visiting brothers invited. W. S. Thompson. B. a Chris Ritter, K. of R. and a KMCBTS OF MACCABEES^ iCnlghts of Maccabees of the Worli meets In K. P. Hail, second and foorth Saturday nights of each month. J. W. Postwalt, commander: R. B. Por* ter, record keeper. \V. 0. W.—Camp No. 101 meeU ki K. cf P. Hall every Friday night W. T. Steele, C. C, A. H. Davis, Clef* Visitors cordially invited. M.~W. A.r-The M. W. A. Lodge meets every Friday night in M. W. A. Hall. Visiting brothers Invited. F. a Coffleld. V C. W. A. Cowan. Clerk. , K(»T\L NEIGHBOKS^Iola CA No. 365. Royal Neighbors, meets ond and fourth Tuesdays ot eadi month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oradv Mrs. Mary Uutton. 41S West Strfe* Recorder. - FBATEB.XAL BKOTUEBHOOD^ iiVateroal Brotherhood No. 380 meet* second and fourth Thursday of egd^ month In A. O. U. W. Hall. Vlsitlan members cordially Invited. W. H. A*- derson, preeldent; Golda Blaoi. tanr. Snowing in Lawrenoe. An lola- party while talking over the phone with Lawrehce friends today learned that it was snowhag there. If r. Schoppe predicts no snow here today. « Mrs. LeVan Quite III. Mrs. Uargaret LeVan' Is quite, ill at the bome ot her son. Sburr-s-JSPie Bad expected !to ondergo an. d||eri|hm but. is too: weak to. be taken'to-ti^e hospital at'tlie. present time. .

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