Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 26, 1908 · Page 5
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m lou PAHT Mwaro atoypAi Eroiye. O^BEB a<. IMQ. A EEPOSIT in our Savings Department does not tie up yonr account for any given length of time. Yon can draw ALL or ANY PART at /.NY TIME, and whatever amount Is in the bank on our interest payment dates, (which are Janulary 1st and July 1st of each year), draws THREE per cent interest for the time it has been on depositJ The only w,ay an account ip our Savings Department differs from a checking account, is that you do ndt issue checks against it, and that it DRAWS INTEREST^. Should yon wish to draw any part of your account, simply bring your Pass Book to the bank, and we PAY YOU THE CASH. Isn't that easy? I State Savings Bank CmpHml S23.000 Mm, Kmnmmm Open from 7 to 8 p. m. Saturdays and Pay Nij^hts READ! A f <>Tr hnndri'il U SH'II«HIS VO. 1 w*'<i|i>rii hiiiil lit IIIMI lip. GOLDEN WEST UND CO. Olflco OTPr Iowa Slorp. Thorpe & Doogh Contnctors, Engineers, Snrrejors. Polly equipped for all kinds of snrveylng, estimating, patent drawing, blue prints, maps, sidewalks, curbing, and farm drainage. OfBee OTcr "Famous." Use No. 7 Flour Good as any—better than most. Don't Forget Our MEAT MARKET We handle only the best of Fresb Meats, Smoked aiid Salt Meats. We Want Your PRODUCE farmers, and will pay tbe blshest market price In casli or trailo. Come In and see us. We are solo agents for J. ^f. Dom's COPPBES and TEAS If you will givp thiH line a trtnl you win iiKrt no other. Fryer Bros. Phone 301, 8US. loin, KiinNnii. Short StoHes BBSSBSSIO r SSBBBBB Ida Happenings -PitatfinM BtMaf« Mi Tmhr Co. H «B8 «]|aM Md pisao aoTfifft latTMt stare rooni la cltf. PboB« Sa€. Suit for CommlMlon. : Brinlgar £ Newell have filed suit In Justicie Groome's court against Mrs. Laura A. James for the collection of $100 for commission on an alleged real estate sale. The , realty company claims in its petition that it disposed of the Morrill hotel lease and the effects to an lola man and now the defendant refuses to par the plaintiff the usual commission. The case prom ises to be bitterly contested, the defendant claiming that several of the allegations in the plaintiffs petition are false ant^ untrue.—Chanute Son. Wo have party who will take cement stfwk In payment for 7 room, modern house. e,ipt front, on paved street, extra gnml barn, cistern, etc.. at. Ihe following prices: Tola Portland Preferred 124.00 per share. lola Portland Common $20 .00 per share. United Kas. Preferred $53.00 per share. Dixie Port land Combined $100.00 per share.— Cunningham & Arnetf. in re.nr room State Ravings Rank. To Drill in Cuha. QoctTRr^ Straiil) ha.s gono lo Cuba ro work with a drilling gang which will put down test lioles on the Island for oil and pa.s. They will work there a year. Two rigs are now at work, ono liavInR sunk a hole l.noo feet il(>op. while the other Is down 400 fpct. —Chnnute Tribune. Find Dead Horse. It was reponed aa the gireeta thia morning that a horse bitched lo a light wagon, was lying dead near the lunction of the street car and Katy tracks In East Tola. •—Be a Booster—Home Indastrj— Afeosbo RiT«r Cat at Oilr Way. Big Democrat Here. Harry McMillan. Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor* was the principal speaker at a rally at La Harpe Saturday night. I>. V. Orton. F. J. Oyler and .L M. Collins also made talks. •—Merchant's Lunch at Our Way. Parks Heimick is* Here. . Parks Helmlck. Neosho county's representative in the legislature, was in the city today on business. Mr. Helmiek is m.ikin? speeches nearly every night in the Neosho county cam paign. -I)r. J. IL Pfpper. IH>i>Uit Ph»B> in Farrelly \n Wreck. H. P. Farrollv. tlio Dcmpcrntlc candidate for United States Senator, was In the Santa FP wreck nt'iir Newton, last Monday morning. Ho was consid- eraldy liriii.sod and bumpoil. hut not seriously hurt. Ho missed his speaking engacomont at Great Bend In consonuence of the disastoi. Mr. Farrelly says in a letter to Topeka friends: -Nothing but ji railroad wreck has been able to stop me so far in thi.s campaign."—Leavenworth Times. -Our Ov<«ter«. Way. » Huff is Busy. Mr. C. n. Ihiff was n\> from Sav- ouburg, Ralurdny. and made this offlce a pleasant and profitable call. Mr! Huff is a candidato for re-election as trustee on the Republican ticket. He has made an efficient officer and the Republicans as well as a number of the Democrat.<j will see to it that Mr. Huff is asain elected by a good majority.—Elsmore Leader —into Garage »nd Bepafir 8k«p for nil kinds of repairing. Aitomoblle Urery. Fhone S9S. { Atwood in the Dark. Althonph no siRnificance attaches to it. according to the local ^Democrats, .lohn H. Atwood had to deliver the greater portion of his address at the oper.a house last nifiht in the dark. An accident of some kind at the power plant caii.sod the shutting off ol eloctricity all over the city. The fact that be could not se.^* his nudl- eiu'o. hnwfver, had no effifct on Mr. tott Repuh- An Overflow Meeting. If one can judge anything by the big crowd that greeted the Republican speakers at the opera house, last Saturday night. Elsmore township will roll up a big Republican majority on the ."Jrd day of November. As early as seven o'clock the people commenced to gather and by the time tbe speakers and quartette arrived from Tola, every seat was taken and every available space in the hall wa.s talv on and at least 100 could not pain admittance. It was simply the bipgest thing in the way of a political gathering that has heen pulled off here in number or years.—Elsmore Leader. .\twood's olntiuonce.—Ft. S licnn. £vans Bros. BItmk Baokm QIamm Mehmmt Ma^lmm TymmmHtm^ Sapptimm, oniom Sammnmm JThvn tpuMj la Bute eouiA- •ration we tray tlie best. Wliere Aemands will Joatlty, we eury all sradee an4 prioaa. levtih 111* IquTCt Ula. —OyKtera any style at Otit>-'YV «r. Stevenvon in Chanute. Mr. ami Mrs. It. 11. StevWnson arrlv. <M fmni Inia y.-Rtoplay afternoon to visit over Sunday with th'lr dniighter Mrs. Oorpo Troniholil. Sir. Trom lin 'd. who is tho chomii=t at the cement plant of fho A.«h Grove Lime and Portt.-'nd Cement company, had planned to go to Kan.-sas City to at t«^nd a his nieotin!: of chemists there, and his v.U-'a parents came down to keop lor company dtiring his absence. The floods and the pro.spect that the railroad travr -l might be uncertain causodMr. Trombold to ^change his min.l. and he decided he would rather he at home.—Chanute Tribune. THE lOLA ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO. MaBofactarers. Wholesale end Retol Dealers CRYSTAL ICE And Distilled Water Hew Geii Stem Beaij Ut FRANK RIDDLE, ffgr. Soe Mio new Post Cards at Mundl» Drug Store. lola is Invitee*. ^ Violet Camp No. fiftO. Royal Neigh• bors. has issued invitations for a Hal­ lowe'en party. October 2f (tfi. The in vitcd camps are Hnmboldr. Cherryvale ami the two lola camps. Upon their arrival the visitors ;will be tak en to tbe A. O. U. W. hall to register. A general jrood time w^Il be enjoyed until 'i o'clock when the puests will be served supper by the ladies of the Christian church. The evenin? .session will be<iin promptly at S o'clock. A protrrani consisting of music, drill ing. decree workfl etc.. will be rendered. Each visiting camp will assist in some way. AM Royal Neighbors residing or visiting in the city are cordially Invited to the evening ses.s. Ion.—Chanute Tribune. Stoves Set np and connected, also any other gas fitting. Good work and reasonable charges. Phone 29. Estimates dieerfully glTen on all work nSelttt. JUfc m S. Baekar«^ —Always time to eat at Our Way. 1 Wreck for 2^1. Santa Fe passensrer tlraln 3<o. 22L which left Tulsa this aftemJion. run njng late on accotmt of flood conditions Just west of Ochelata. left the track, which was in bad condition. Th0 engine and three [roaches wem into the ditch. \The passengeK were severely shaken up. biit no casual!ties occurred. The Santa Fe has not gotten a train through in twenty-four hours. The train was in charge of Conilnctor Ramsey, of tl is city.—Chanute Sun. 8 .»flMr. T -Sign painting, phone 1428. McLear All Right. Harry McLear is recovering from the injury to his leg which he received while on a successful slide to second in ono of the closing baseball games. On account of that injHr\- ilc- Lear was kept from playing for a while and only went info a game or two to lielp out in a pinch and really at risk til himself. It was for nn^" of tlir.<.' trames that he was playing to accomodate the management that wu.«» Juiu|)«>d rouKhly liy The NewH —which he ou'i'ht to have l»ecn under fie eircumsiances. Mcl.ear is a stood I)all player, and except for the accident did pood work for Hutchin:on. He will he will) the team aeaiii next year, and witli hi.'* ley all risthf he will lie a valiiahli- man—Wichita Eagl.>. \ ^Soda Water, the Our Way kind. —Paper Hanging. Phone 1428. A Warm Reception. That Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Devore will receive a warm reScepfion is evident from the decorations and placards that have been posted on the doorway of Dr. Devore's office. The door Jead- ing to the office has an immense sign, having the doctor's farewell message to his friends. There are shoes, flags, ribbons and everything that is used to proclaim to the world that there i.< a bride and sroom somewhere- on the horizon. The bride and groom, ac- cordinR to the announcements wiSl he at home to their friends in rooms l>ack of the doctor's offic^ after October 29. —Independence Reporter. Dr. and Mrs. Devore were here last week. Chateau Chocolates, the kind yon have alwa.vs bought at Mundis Dru» Store, has a beautiful Passeportant picture with each pound box. With Grand Parents. Herald Rowe. of lola. came In Friday morning for a few days' visit with his grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Rrownson.—Toronto Republican. > —Six per cent money: "o ennmJt 'Ion: no delay.—?^lth ft Travii. Moves to lola. Mr. .md Mrs. M. K. Hunter moved to lola the first of the week. We repeat that we much regret to lo.se the.ce eood citizens from Savonhurg .•et we hope that they will find life pleasant and profitable in the county seat.—Savonhurg Rs-cord. —Cnnnlngbam k Amett, A per. cent money. To and From Toronto. perry .-Vlvis. of lola. came In FrI day for a short visit with his mother • * E. T. Thompson and wife returned home from lola Sunday, where they iiad been visitin? relatives the past few days.—^Toronto Republican —Frank S. Reattie V. 3. Pbone 13?> Came to lola. Mrs. Geo. W. Stewart returned Mon day from her visit with her dauditer at K.T.n .<sa5 City. Ivans., and then went over to lola, Wednesday, on bu.^inesj^ for a cotiple of days.—Tales Center Advo.\ite. i; you want the latest and nicest post cards on the macket. get them »t Mundls druK 8tor»» Gilrillan at Nevada. R. S. Gilfillan. of Tola. K.ins.. was here today on business re'atlve to the contract to pave the public square.— Nev.ida Mall. Thev all say that Mnndis has the newest and best line of post cards in the city. To and From Torontn. Nellie Ayling went to Iota Satnr d#y for a few days' visit with her bmtber and family. • • • Roy K<41ogg spent Monday with relatives here, returning to Tola Monday evening.—Toronto Itepnbllcan. ^t -Oar War Soda Water. \ Fred Rowden Fred Rowden .\nv one having any job work done et me kn.nv. 11. K. Shook. V>1?. North Third. Cood Word for Judqe Foust. The Savonhurg Record says of a recent meeting .ludge Foust addressed there. The meeting wa.s a great success from point of attendance arid enthusiasm, .ludse Foust i.-» nn able, earnest, conscientious Christian gentleman, who has performed hi." duties y ministering justice with no other thoucht than that of doinc rlsht. How well he has succeeded is siown by is otncial record of which any man mlRht well feel proud. There are. of course, two sides to every case, and would indeed he remarkable if every man would be willin? to abide by the decision rendered- without con cfemrilng or doing a little incidental knocking on the district judge. In this precinct, as in every precinct the county. Judge Foust will have strons support of Republicans with perhaps a .<:Iight sprinkling of •ippo.silion from the Democrats, who for the most parf. are not e.xpected take Info accotint the excellent service which he has rendered fo the people of this judicial di.-'tricl. Dry Glemnlng Is a chemical pmce.<» of cleansing clothing, requtr* Ing much experience and an extensive knowledge of textiles and cfaemistry. and the use of certaiu mechanical appliances. We are the only firm who meet these requirementfi in lola and we have already taken tbe lead in Sanitary Clothes Cleaning. \ .\ trial order will make you a permanent customer, i lola Laundry 102 THOS. H. BOWL US, PresidenL J. F. SCOTT, Cashier. ALLEN COUNTY STATE BANK Capital $30,000.00 DIRECTORS A. W. Beck, L. C. Beatty. A. J. Fulton. W. J. Evans. J. O. Rodgtri^ W. L\ Bartles, Thos. H. Bowlus. WEtSSUE OUR own DRAFTS OR ALL EUROPEAMPOiRTS SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT FROM $2 TO $5 PER YEAR. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. WAMTSi TO IX)AN—$."».000 private money on farm land at 6 per cent.—fola T-nnd Co. BtfsmessI Digectgry, W.XXTKD—.\ hou.sekeep.T. \|>|.I.v .It Mrs. Turners millinery store ' > • DR. MILDRED CCBTI8 WANTED'^MlaooHaaoou8\ Pbysician and Sar^eoa. Office over UuTell's Drng Store • Office Phone 654. • ( Spriu" Residence 214 E. Jackson • lield. 111. Inquire I! Hai! :u .\,id \ .''j"/'t*', . . * Works. WANTKD—Zinc workers • • • • • • • Salesman Wanted. Experience un-!* necessary. %\<M\ per month and expense.'. Royal Cigar Co.. Chicairo. H!. WANTED— Live business man to put in stock of dr.v ;iofHi.~ and seneral mdse: t)e.<t sti:a!! lown in eo'inty. Phone 926. WANTED-^Iola property to exchange for Karisas and Missouri 'and. (lolden West I.and Co. Office over Iowa Store. lola. Kas. SALES.MEN & AGENTS—$ % 5 $oO.Of 9>1T week and over can be made sellit.g Vew Campaign Novelties from now until election. Sells to Stores. County Fairs. Picnics and Private Families. Complete line of samples, charges prepaid forlsoc. Order toda.v. CHIC.\GO NOVELTY CO.. 60 Wabash Ave.. Chicago.' fPR SAie^UlmooUammo^ FOR SALK—Three fresh uiiUh cows. E. I). Uapp. .Monin. Kas. DBS. BED) ft BEID, • • Physicians aad SargMai. * • X-Ray and Electrical Appliancei. " • Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. • • Office Phone 3o7;-Rea. 8S«. * DK. McMILLEJr, • Special attention given to the • treatment of all Chronic Diseaa- • es and Diseases of Children. • Telephones: Office 32. Res. 232. * Office over Burrell'i Drug Store West Madjsonl • •••••• • • ••••••••• VX)ll S.VLK OR TR.xnK—Sitmer Sewing. .Marhine for cow. Iitn>f f r corn. .N'ew high arm diop bead. 4i'.'« South Third. Phone 1--4. Rooms for men. Y. M. C. A. l.uiMinu Steam heat in each room. I»aih> free. FOR RE.\T—One 7 room hou >e and one 4 room hon.-e. two likM-ks fnmi Wa.«hinffton school: •A<»<t\ water and in goo<l repair. Ai>;''y 10 X.-!-o:i V. Acer.-!. Mineral Well Park. Phone .No. I. in the FOR RE.\T—A ;;O<HI room for offices or store. No. !>< West .Madi .-^ou. Apply to Nelson K. Acers. Miner;:! Well Park Phone No I Six Clear I .a Harpe re^idenc - i7'.»"> *."{'Ml". Cash for men har .r!.s« oj farm. -—Fresh Oysters—Our Way. Archie Robinson to Mountains. Archie Robinson.'the actor, has d*^- cided to .i;o to Colorado, hoping his faith will Improve there. He exacts to leave next Wednesday. His ife. Ruth Robinson, ami her moth- .Mrs. .Tobnson. will leave at the same liui'- for tiieir old home in To- Deka. ami txpect to got ensacemeuts ith a theatrical company.— Mchison f^lobe. Mr. Robinson is wtl! known lola theatre goinc peopl.- FOR KXCHANtJE—A finely improved farm. Neoi^bo county. Owu.r wanic brick business property. Whiiuker Donnei:. over "Oiir Way." er Mr. Guy Returns. Hon. James H. C.uy. the colored Topeka attorney who spoke here Friday and Saturday nights, left yester dav for home. OUR TELEPHONE is constantly ringing these days. September, you know. Is tbe time to blave the summer dust cleaned out of carpets. We are busy, but your order jwli: receive prompt and careful attention Phone us todays ' - lOLA RUG FACTORY rOR EXOHAMBE W. O. I-enhart. lo'.a. i\u^ Rev. Kelly Goes Home. Rev. Il.-niard K-liy r .-turti .-i' lionit today aft.-r havini; l>.'-n In-r.- :o t.oli': quart.-ih < oiif. r.nc at tl)- M K. churdi .v.sti-rd.ty R<^ K .-Ilv pr.a. d a siron^i >.r !iif>ii >.-r-i.Tihij luo'-i!- inp. Phone 687. Re», 701. • Dft 0. L. COX, • Eye. Ear.! Nose and Throat. * Spectacles Properly Fitted. Office A. O. U. W. Bldf. • Offlca Tel. 1083. Night Tel. DR. R. 0. CHBISTUH Physician aad Sarfeaa Rooms 7 and 8. Erana Bldg. • • • F. H. MARTUr, * Surgery and Diieatea of * Women. • Office and Residence Pbone 57a " Office 7; North Jefferson. * B. F. Pancoast. old reliable Jsweler, 110 East Street. Lodge Directory inflGUTS OF PTTHU8.— Neosha; Lodee No. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P. Hill- Visiting brothers Invited. W. S. Thompson. B. O. Chris Ritter. K. of K. and 8. KM6HTS OF MACCABEES.r-< Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hal!, second and fourtk Saturday nights of each month, t, A". Postwali. commander; R. B. Por-* .er, record keeper^ W. 0. v.— Camp No. 101 matU ia K. of P. Hall every Friday night W. T. Steele. C. C A. IL Davis. Clafk Visitors cordially invited. ^ M. W. A.-The M. W. A. Lodfa meets every Friday night la M. W. A. Hall. Visiting brothers invited. P. a Coffield. V. C.^ W. A. Cowan. Clerk. Dr. Goshorn Here. Dr. Rert Boshorn of Kan.^as City visited bus parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. n. Coshorn in thi.-^ eitv Sanir .'.ay and Sunnav. B0¥AL XEIGHBOBS^Iola Caia» No. 36i>. Ro.val Nelghborsj. meaU ic*- ond and fourth Tuesdayia of ea^ month. Mrs) F. A. Wasaer. orad* Mrs. Mary Uutton. 41S Weat Straa^ Recorder- \ Now Has 171 Acres. The University of Kansas now has a campus of ITl acres. .Most of this land is on the summit of .Mi. Oread, one of the flne.^t nniveriiiy sites in the world. Thirty yei»rs ago this site was a hare prairie: part of it is now forest of roagnificient tre.-s. ami new trees are beinn put out every year. Blue i;rass Has taken tlte place of the wild prairie grass. Thousands of cords of limestone have been qtiar- ^ed on the rnlversity grounds and built into the large buildings that now cnee the rampns. FBATEBX.iL BHOTHBEHOOBr- Fraternal Brotherhood Now S80 maifep second and fourth Thnrsdar ot aadi month In A- O. U. W. vm- Vlaitla* membera cordially tnvlted^W. B. A»- dersoa. president: Golda^ unr. McCilure to TopelOb Billy .Mcciure left .v^sterday forr TojHrka. where he will accept a posl-- tion on the advertising detiartment^ of the Topeka State Journal, after a short visit with his parents here. STRAYEDJ-One sorrel bia^.faced mare, borse sifaoe brand. jFinder please report to Riov Slmmoo^. Humboldt.

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