Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 21, 1907 · Page 3
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-1, AUSPMES Ot ONE BIG WEEK, OCTOBER. Big Parker Shows! Ten—BIO SHOWS—Ten A BIG WEEK OF FUN AND FROLIC Rctfun to Knforce < 21 to 26 Ferris Wheel, Garry-us-all, Pharaoh's Daughter. Tyrolean Alps, and the World Renowned Direct from the New York Hippodrome, will give TWO FREE OUT-DOOR EXHIBITIONS DAILY 'lEe Girl from Bagdad' Is the feature attraction of the Street Fair and is an entirely new production. It is a Musical Comedy, with the elaborate jcfiatames and plot- Miss Glara May Adams is the Soprano Singer. Frederick P. Miller, late of Florodora fame, is the Comedian. 30 others. EVERYBODY COME and HAVE A GOOD TIME Floor Coverings! Here are some great values. Nowhere else in lola can Carpets and 6ugs be found in such afcceptable variety nor bought at better advantage. ^ 9x 12 Tapestry BnisseUs Rugs, $ 10.50 RUGS 0X13 Axminsaer Rags, sold elsewhere ior $28.(^, here.... $22,50 and $25 9x12 Body Brussels K11 >s worth $»o. Here this week $27,50 Qx1 2 Bagdad Wiltons, ti -iually S4000- Now only $34,50 qxi2 Wiltons, regular $50.00 values. Here for $45,00 Ingrain Carpets Good Floral Pattern Ingrain, yd 30a I'nion Ingrain, regular 50c yd. now 43o All wool', with cotton chain, only S5o .KU wool, filling and chain 63o INGRAIN RUGS. Sizes from 0x0 to 12x15, from.. $3,05 Up E Quality Linoleum, feet wide, per square yard. D Quality Linoleum. 6 feet wide, per square yard. .500 .6O0 1 yard by r vard square, at 3So Stove Oil Cloth Squares. I 1-2 yd. by 1-2 }*d. I 1-4 yd. by I I 4 yd. at 55a AX.. .75a let IIS Flfire YOHF Votins fir Axmioster md Wiltoi Carpsts with Border. lEe IcMki Fiirnto LOOK rOR THi iN ^C. A. W. BICK, Proprietor .Itlvndod VouX Hall (innie. Many of tb<i La Harpe fiiot ball enthusiasts wpnt to ('hanutp ypstorday afternoon whcr.- they wi'nes.'5Pd the foot UiU R-dr/? bptwten the Gas City and Chanute teams. What otherwise would have been a good same W.TS marred by wransIuiK. It resulted five to six In favor <if f'h:inii(e. Jaciv Flayo and Harry Grimi!i piay.^J with thp Gas City team. Heat Markets Were Closed. The niear markets were cosed yes- lorday for the first time for a 'number of months. Heretofore the La Harpe meat markets were in the habit of remaining open a part of liie Sunday for the purpose of oaring for their CUJ- loniers. They met last week and arranged to close iheir doors on Sunday altogether tOSpAL BASKST BALL TtXH PRJiC-^ TICDiG FOB G-iME WITH lOLA. MRS. LUPARTIS IS RECOVERING PHYSICIANS THIXK PATIEXT WILL RECOTER FBOM RECENT INJURY WANTED—Girl for general house-1 KXISMIB f:^pE^- work; two in family. D13 South street^lKnlgl^ Of •meets In K.PJ. Ladies oi the Christian^<Chiireh Will Hare a Baiaar Tomorrow In Store Room. WANTED—A girl or middle aged Wedneida* nights in ;ady to do general house work. Call at W. PoitwMlt." frftWfWiftWg CO6 South Cottonwood street. —'««»^ v*-***" '? ' FOR SALE—Yellow car. poiHiorn and peanut roaster. Call at the car In the evening. Southeast corner of the i square. WANTED—Man and wife wanted to work on farm. Address "C" this office. -Mwtings Will lonlinue a Week. The revival iiicetijj^s ai tlie .Methodist Protestant ciiurcb wili continue another week at ica.s*. Yesterday the men's meting was well attended. The evangelist gave a very Interesting talk to the men who were present. Cornett Brothers orchestra furnished the music for the occasion. The interest is growing. Attendance Was Better. The atiendan.-e at the .Methodist Episcopal church was much better yesterday at both meetint;s. Since the revival has been ruiinin;; theimend ancc was not as .:;ood as it .-ihould havo been, but yesterday was a great impiruvemeni over any previous day. The interest in rh>>sp lueetin^^s is grow Ing and will coniinii'* to mow during the fol'owlni; ".••k. Kov. Itenham. the pastor, is cnnduciiu'^ ilie tueetiuir himsoif. The Je«lsh KtaneelM I'reaelied. Fev. .1. .Schermim, ttie Jew evan gelist. preached yesterday morninjr in the Baptist church in this city, th.; subject yesterday ninrning was 'Why a .lew is a liaitlst." The minii-rer advanced many thcnries uiileli vere unknown to the average .Aiaeri.^an as to why a Jew is a Ibiplisl. His srer- nion was heard !)y a good audience. The revival mettings which Rev. Schernian has Iven conducting in i!as City for the ii.1.-;t tliree wcelis closed last night. Itiilitifit Itozaar. Tli.> ladi<'s of till- l'.u|iii--T chiirc'.i have arranged ii»r a Uaziiar to be held In this city'Monday and Tue:^day. The ladies [.erfectod all arr.-iii:;? ments this nmriiing. The money raised in this way will br- turn-.i n> the church fund .VuyrunilM-r'HamlUiin. Married, at the residenre of Rrn Hibbs of LI Harpe on Saiiirriav. Mr. Garfield .Mavcumher and .Miss Ida Hamilton. Those young people have been among us from childhood and are exeni[ilary Christian joung peo- I)le. iKirh adhering to the Holiness faith. The liriiie is :!-.r' eldest daughter of .Arthur H;;n!il;i.n. inr years a respected citizen of our town. She is a modest and retiring voting lady, one who is nor carried away with the fads and fancies of the-crowd, but adheres to her friends. She is of sweet and lady like disposition and will doubtless make her household a hajM>y one. The groom is the youngest son of J. .M. .Maycumber. a Rronsonite. with the e.\ceptlons of a few years, from the town's beginning, and a man without an enemy. Garfield counts his friends by the score and for honesty and straightforward dealing is without a superior. The happy young pair will make their home with the grooms father In Brim.=!on. May they live a life of usefulness and thus find the onlv true happiness.—I5rnn.«on Pilot. VU.V.S n»KD I\ « TO H DATS. POZO lO.N'TMKN'r is gtiarnnteed to .-ure any case of itclilng. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles in C to 14 days nr nionev refunded. .'.Or. roMi. SrOFT AT LEAVENWORTH. I Opened the I.erlure Course at Lau- >inir. il>'avenworth Times. I ' Congressman Charles F .Sci .u. of lola. who represents the Second Kan.-as district, was in the citv yester- oay and lectured last nii-'ht at tlie 'Methodist Hiureh in L.Tnsini on the . .-nbjeci • The Pannma Can.al." This ; was the first number of th** lecture ;coi'rse vhich is belne eiv«»n in Ijin- •-.in--; i!.is season by ihe Kpwi.rth I li .ic-ic. ! Thn picture was most interesting 'T;.i i,i iriifivn. hoing made esneclal- . Iv ho 10 iiie ".act that the speaker was jope .if lirn jig'ty of congressmen who visit.•(! il.f c.inal not Ions ago so in- vi-;.-.'-' conditions there. Coii'-'i -ssninn SN)'t has W"le a =>•«flat nii'.y of the canni question and is con-.i|. re:, an authority on iiie niat- t"?;- lii cfnpres,!. lit" i> pro'«ibl'- the nio-f inhuential :.-r t'f 1^. Kansas delegation and • li> iri 'S -.'is aic bri'.ht that lie wi*' i;e ni;"'-- e"; :iin !;.M. i-i" the cntnmirTec ou a.;i.?"it%-'-. 11." of Ihe most Important committees in the hou«e. ilr, Scott le.ives this morning for Kansas City. Kan.sa.s. B<vff(er Want Ada., le • War«. ' WUilam KeKblr Better* Williaih Keithly who suffered a very painful Injury while working at the Prime Western Smelter company last j week Is a great deal belter unlay. He j was struck in the left eye with a small piece of steel makiug it necessary to cut it out. Jt is believed that he wili recover without serious complications.- lUizaar Tomorroir. The ladles of the Christian church of this city are completing the arrangements for the bazaar which will tie held tomorrow afternoon and evening in the bnildlng formerly occupied by the .Model Clothing store. They are arranging for one of the biggest bazaars that was ever held in this cirv. Tho Iadie.% will serve oystevs. celery and pIcUIcs for 20 cents. Elder WrsI^}- Spoke Last ETeulncr. Elder John Wesley of loia addressed the members of the Christian church Sunday evening. He siioke iu the evening on "The World's Desires. " Rev. Wesley is an artist of considerable repute. Are Pnicticin? for lola Game. The Gas City basket ball team which organized some time ago are busy the^e days l;)racticing. geting ready for the games which are being arranged between the Gas City team and the V. .\I. C. .V. teams in lola. It is likely that one 01* these gaiiies will be played in the near future. The local team Is one of the strongest in this section of the state, having played here a number of years. Uas Five. I hunute Sl.v. Tlif Gas City fmic ball i>'aui returned yesterday evening from Chanute where ihey wore defeated at the hands of the Chapute te:iiii by the small score of six to five. What would otherwise have been one of the best games to be played this season was marred by continual wrangling on both sides. The showing of the local ream in yesterday's game Is conclusive proof that with practice the Gas City team will have one of the fastest teams in southeastern Kansas, ft is likely that another game will be arranged with the Chanute team in the near future, however, not before several practice games are played. I'he local tfaiu will iiicet La Harpe si-.ine time this v.-eek. .Mrs. Lupnrtis Continues to Improve. Mrs. James Lupartis who injured herself very serionsly several days ago by lifting a tub filled witTi water is thought to be improving. For a time her life was dispaired of but now there i.s hopes of her recovery. Personal^!. Earl Wilgiis Is report >Ml to lie some better. He Is suffering from an attack of appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Martin of 89- dalia. left yesterday for their home. They have been visiting in .this city. .Mr. C. r. .Morton returned to his home in Hutchinson. Kansas, yesterday afternoon. Martin Leek if near Bronson was here Saturday on a business visit. .MAN WANTS to do bouse cleaning. Inquire COl South Eliii street. W.ANTED—Ten honest boys 12 to 14 years old, to distribute advertising matter after school. Bring recommendations. Call before school Monday at Cottage Hotel; ask for Mr. Dee. WANTED—Rock loaders at Kansai Portland Cement Plant Inqulrs at Quarry at Concrete. WAKTED- ^KUmoaUmmaoum WANTED—Good. sound young horses wanted at The lola Veterinary Hospital. See W. A. Frazier. SXI6HTS OF nn Lodge No. « , night; at K. ot P. BiU. i-V*- ^ thers mnted. 'W'.S.'TbniiiiAe ^^rl Chris Rltter. K. of R. attfr 8.^, «^ " M. W. Ar-Thft IL meets everr Friday balL Visiting bnithm Anderson, V.C; W.A. 1: SOTiL m0HBOB&--IoUl^l No. 3S3. Royal Nelifbbon.' ond and toturtii . Tjiti monti. Mrs..F. Mrs. Mary Hottoiii^C-,..^.^ Recorder. -.Jr^.f^ WANTED—Boarders in private family. Have modern Iiouse, newly furnished. Inquire at No. 1 East Erwin. W.ANTED—To rent a large, modern house, east or south of square. Address, F. W.. care Register. WANTED—Typewriting and clerical work. Room 3, old court house. Rebecca Goble. •WANTED—A place for a boy or girl to work for board while attending the Tola Business College. Telephone Main 495. FOR SALE'^REAL ESTATE FOR S.ALE—Good wheel, need only a short time. Must sell. Call 094. FOR SALE—Good black dirt. Phons V2". FOR S^VLE—4 roomed Louse, water and sewer connections. $30 cash, $12 « month. Grace Arnold, phone 306. TOR SALE^mimaaUammaum FOR SALE—A driving mare and buggy. Horse city broke, safe for lady to drive. Inquire 832 North street. FOR S.\LE—A fine, modern 7-roora cottage. Hilly two blocks from square, on car line and paved street. The finest loaction in the city. Easily worth S2.'.<('J.0i.i. Can sell for 12300. if taken this week. See us at once. 10L.\ LAND CO.MP.VNV. FOR SALE—.Mare. 630 .Vorlh -Main; Gas City. FOR SALE—Peanut and popcorn business at corner of postoffico. Doing good business. Present proprietor going into other business. Inquire at stand or r.06 South Sycamore. FOR S.\LE—Poland China boars; Hugh-A. Piper. Moran. Kans. FOR SALE—Folding 203 East street. bed; upstair.* For £sebanir(s Farming lands in Panhandle. Texas, for farm lands, or live stock, or for lola. Gas Oily or La Harpe rentals. WHITAKER & DONNELL FOR S.\LE—Good mare with foal. iCall at 210 West street. ANOTHER Card*i For best ud Qnlekest Bcsnlts nsr the Register ' rant Colims. POST CARD RULING. .Must Pay Srnl In Envelope* Ro^Iar Rale. Stmiething that will probably interest the postal card fiend has transpired in the postal senMce. Post cards mailed under cover of sealed envfl- opes (transparent or otherwise) are chargeable with postage according to the character of the mes.sage—at the first class rates If wholly or finrtly In writing. Or are subject to the third class rate (1 cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof) if entirely iu print and the ijostage shotild be affixed to the envelope covering same. Postage stamps affixed to such inclosed In envelopes having an opening exposing the stamps cannot be recognized in payment of postage thereon. However, where such cards, properly addressed and prepared—beiring no matter rendering them unmailable when sent oiienly In the malls—are inclosed in envelopes, it will be assumed that they were Inadvertently placed under cover, and ihcv may be .-....^w.Hi ti.erpfrom and dispatched without additional payment of postage. fOR REin- MlaoaUmmaou9 FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms. 421 South Walnut. FOR RENT—Three : unfurnished rooms. Inquire ri04 South Buckeye. STRAYED—White blind pony from 507 North street. F. R Smith. Phone 100.-. FOR RENT—Furnl.shed rooms to family without children. C04 North Jefferson. FOR RE.\'T—Furnished rooms for sleeping and light bousekeeplu^, 112^^ South Wa.<ihington. FOR RENT—Furnished down stairs .-^oms for boa'sekeeplng. 316 South Walnut. LOSTmmdFOUm LOST—In lola a lady's long black cloak with velvet collar. Finder please phone .-.4S and receive reward. LOST—Between 715 North Cottonwood and Methodist church, paii- gold rimmed glasses in .Merchant Jewelry Company case. Leave at .Merchant Jewelry Company. LOST—Saturday night between '.03 North Jefferson and Ramsay's store: a strlns of amber bends. Return to postofflce. "oM wy" ol WMM M •Sffc-fo «w* tto •aMiBK MMM aad Me** piya. Jty Ito Snr Wtji UM 6.5.41 . It aUocs itsdf, is appUed Ukepaint, j^l^aot^rab. or waaa. off ana cack Its Economy To have yotir Carpets and Stigs cleaned by TheiolaRag Factory rMOMB Bll^ F.A.Jl.-Clolden Leat^ 462, F. A.. A. maeu lim Wednesday nigbU In ^.eacftfj K. P. Hall. C. B. La< Miss Mable Rhortad^ FBATEBHAL -I Fratemail BrotlwA^-Nat second and toartk montb In A.O!iD;Wr members cordlaly isvitWl derson, preaUestrfh^daC tary. * Jniilef Ori«f VlOlift^i cbonMsr-M^td ivety'J enlng at 8 o'clock in K.!P;^ visiting meAbera ' Widick. Councelor; C. B. Secratary. mTHSUSSOLt ^^T. Fancoaati old rallfe] llO-'East street •. r up STAHUBR Complete court fit for stammerers Id' half price this tall aad'< for information at once, for Stammerara. 37M Eai( Kansas City, Mo. ExpcHCMhcs Cieaning; P MM I^ RepiMni. 13 W.:" Work Called for and belhrered.-^':: Theatrical Wardrobe a i Evans Where qnallty, la aaln 1 eration. we buy the beat demands Will Jostity. wa., all grades and pricea. Wm SoOoli womm «OUTH BIDK lallb POLAR Hi Has Stood t&eTcfl^^. Acc€l>t No d| Wffl.Obcfdorf,; m STEYER'ft Hea^VMtan ii!*^;. Good Things to U Tete |>hoDe i Farms for 100 acres limprored la iaet£BJl| 5 miles nortfieast of ICoraa; alift^ acres in sectipn 29 one mile east of Geneva. For pricea anf write the owner. E.L. aiI3 Benton BonldVard,' Mp. For Hcatara ar CMk StaTfla--€ki tias Oaae Ttfmpii. 109 8. Keataay. 7<y i

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