Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 28, 1907 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, October 28, 1907
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BatUililhed 1669.^ Mul Puplji AOiiCf. Goss^ of Soc^tyj •diBBSSBBS AUTUMN'. Tl )e Ihin Rold of (ho sun slnnt- ihg on thp hi:-; the norrowfu' Rrays nml imiffh-cl violets of the old orchnnl. group of girls nro qnii'tly gailuT- •ng applPB. -Tfirough tJ >e mlnRlPd gloom nnd prppn they scarcply sppaic at all. And their lirol;rn vorcrs r:sp and f.ill unuUorahly s.ifr. i It— T^ere ar? no hirds and thP po'dpnrod Is gone. And- a child oall.<! nut. far iiway uprnsK j the antnmn iwillRht; And the sad gray of the dusk ernws j slowly doppT. And the whole world sppms old! —Arthur Sirint;pr in Uio Oplolior Eyery'body's. \X: -5 \ , V *> V -Master Leo Coffman. son of Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Coffmai'.. will entertain a number of friends wiiii a party in JUasonic hall on- Saturday pvening. • •:• •> • Mr. and Mr.s. J. D. .\mett gavo a enohre party on :Sa»urday evening tn celebrate the tenth anniversary of their marriage. Thr priz?s for sue. cegfe-at the card tables were given tn airs. W. E. Ualsion and Mr. Harmon Hopart Mrs. Amort served at the clo^e of the evening, the table dscor- aifons being chrysanthemums, .^mon? Jitse who enjoyed the event were: Mr and Mrs. Oeo. Davis. Mr. and Mr!. E. .T. Schwartz, Mr. and .Mrs. Iterman Thdlen, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Jaikson, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Ho bat. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ralsion an 1 Dr. and .Mr.s. MaglU of Lallarp--. , * -J- * A number of the hoys liavo arrnng cd to give'n roller siiatlng parly m mcrrow eveni^ig at the Lalliirpo rliiK. + + • Irs. .T. W. nossoy of riianuto, a."" OOnpBnled by lioi; sons I'orosi and Iph, are visiriug Mr.-^. C. M. 'IVals. + + • f ie Altruistic club will slv.-> a Hai•en parly on Thursday evoninp. Florence Mlinger will be hnslpss «ji tbe gu^sis wilj lio girl friends of !lhe club uit-nibers. • i The Kansas City .loumal of Sunday announces thr engagement of Mlks Ireiie Thornton Tutt. daughter • of Mr. and Mrs. Prank K. Tutt. to Mr Prpk Elmer %Vpod, of lola. The inairrlkge will occur :n December ai tb^ bride's home. 2T2S TTabash ave. , Katasas City, Kansas. ilss Tutt has visited Dr. and Mrs. Wf., R. Heylmun and Dr. and Mrs. O. . It 3iiEbfield several times during the pa^ ifew years and has been introduced to a wide circle of the society folk here; ';• * * * The Sorosis club will have a pro Snim on "The Development of Civil Liberty^ on Thursday, October .11. at - the reslcfence of Mi-s. S. L. Holmes. 702'Bast Madison. Mrs. A. C. Knglish •wl'l present a paper on the life of Thomas Jefferson. 4. 4. 4. Miss Blanche Thomp.'«on has .sent out invitations for a Hallowa'eu pariv ti» be given on'Thnrsday evening. • * + A very pretty wedding occurred •VViednesday evening, Octolx-r I':!, a; eight o'clock at the residence of th." ; bride's mother. Mrs. Martha K. Ster- ling on' ItU and Clark street, wlmn her daughter Miss Belle M. was unit e;| III marriage with Frank R. Bradley ni lola. Elder W. H. Undsrwood performed the benutlful and Impressive ring ceremony la the presence of aboui fifty relatives and friends. Au- itimii vines and ferns were effectively ii.'.ed in decorating the tiouse. The bride was attractively dressed in white organdy with trimmings of l:'.ce :ind iiiseriion. She carried n beau lifu". booii.^t of bride's roses. The liride was born In this cntmfy in the liitic ciiy nf .Morganville and moved Willi li .-r p.-irenis lo Cl.ay Centej- when ?t cliiM and has grown to womanhood 111 r.^. She is a young lady of amiable d'sposition and noble purposes and will lie an Inspiration and help to the young man who has won her heart and hand. Immediately following tbe ceremony on elegant two course luncheon was served. Tlie wedding presents were niim.^r oi:s. handsome and usemi. Mr. and .Mis. Hradley left on the night train for Kansas City, wnere they will spend a few days and then go to I lie r home at Tola. T';;.-' out of town guests were Mrs. P.riidley, mother nf tne groom, of lola: Mr.";. Hannen of Wesr Virginia, and -Mrs. Rioter <if Clifton, and Clifford Meier of Onasa.—Clay Center Times. COMPSAND BRACELETS AIL KlNn<5 ALL I'RICHS J W. COFFEY & SON KxrhiNlTC Jrirelrn). EOKt Side. The Aid society of the First Ilap 1 Si cliiireh will give a tea ou Tliiir.- I'ay jiftenioon iit »he home of .Mrs. O I. rowan, 'i') Scot: srreei. Tiit-re will lie a sale of aprons on this day Mrs. Cowan will be assisted by Mrs. Dm-h.-mi. Mr?. Mundnn and Mrs. W H. riarfield. •:- •:• The Woman's Christian Tempor- aiie«» liiiion will meet tomorrow after nfion with .Mrs. H. H. .Tones. Tliiv meeting will take the place of ihe Htssion which wa? iio«.poned on I'ri d;;y. • * • The Federated clubs. Sorosis. Unity Progre.'.sive and Current Event will give a reception on Saturday aftar nron for .Mrs. W. D. Wolfe. The res ii'ence of .Mrs. .Inbn Foust will be throw-u open for the occasion. Miss .Aiinalie! Crawford of Emiioria. i visited Iter parents here yesterday. ' • • • ; Mr.=. T. .M.. Bart .->lB Is very ill to- Iday at. her home on North Washing . Hey There! "Where are you going?" "Going after a sack of Um SmPmtmmtmom. My wife won't tue anything else." 1 ton avenue. ! • 1^ 4. + I .Mrs. A. V. Lodge and .Mar- 1 -arei Lodge spent the wool: end with i le'alives at Krle. I • • • .Mrs. .lames H. Camiibell and Mrs. i David \Vi Held will give th? first j or a serir-s of two card parlies to I morrow- aficTnodii .-if .Mrs. Campbell's resilience, ^d-.' ICa-^i .Madison avenue. The Y Koeieiy will have Ihe regit lar iiieeilti!; on Thursiiay eveniii}:. * + * Ml. noliert X. MeMillen left today for a visit In Dewey and oilier towns in the Indian Territory. •H + + i Among 111:- various Hallowe'en par! ties which will tnake Thursday .a day ! ot importance socially is a "ghost I iiarty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Ball. SI2 .North Wnshington ave 6 Big Acts 1 F 0 R -1 St SPARK'S Theatrm (PmrmfHy Thm Bmohmtoi'. 9. nne. The eTentot: will be under the auspices of the Younc People's society of the Baptist church. • I- • Mlst;es Anna and Rose Finch of SaUna. arc guests of Mlaii>-s Ida and Ada Beckey, 214 North Buckeye, • • • Th.-> Baptist Aid society will have a special meeting tomorrow at the home of Mrs. .M. Beckey. 214 North Buckeye street to arrange details of the to.i on Thursday. 4. A 4. The .qemi montiily meeting of the Art c'ub will take place on Friday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. parlors. 4. 4. 4. The usual meeting of the W. R. C. will occur on Friday afternoon. 4. 4. 4. The pal rone.s.sos of tJie Orphans' Home will have the monthly meeting on Fridn.v anernoon .at the V. M. C. A. parlors. 4. 4. 4. 'I 'he local Woman's Relief Corps has accepted an invitation to attend an iispection of the Chanute corps to^ morrow. The review will be conducted by Mrs. Bel'e C. Harris, of Emporia, .a national ofHcer. • A • .\ business mealing of the Pr scilla club was held on Saturday at the home of Mrs. George A. Bowlus. The election of officers was the first bus! ness. Mrs. .Tohn ^elap was chosen lir.^eldent and Mrs. Charles IT. Wlieat :ii vie.' president. The I'riscilla club, as lis name would siis.nesf. is for Ihe purpo .se of spend 'ug an afternoon at neealework. The organization was perfected, several y; :irs ago, nnd there have b.'»en utim- Iwrs of enjoyable parties given th .oii«li several Focial seasons. The nil'p list is as follows: Mrs. N. F. Acres, Mrs. .V. W. Allen. Mrs. n. 1-:. Bush. Mrs. -Ceorce Bowlus A:'s. S. A. Coffman, Mrs. W. L. Cr.-ild), .Mi-s. C .wge DeClute. Mrs. H. Di-eslinch. Mrs. W. R. Heylmun. \'!-. .lohn Delap, Mrs. C. ,T. Doxsee, y.ia. A. W. How'and. Mrs. Col. I^n- \r.n. Mrs. .1. r, .MItllebach. Mrs. W. II Porter, Mrs. Frank Riddle. Mrs. \i I'. Sickly, Mrs. W,. C. Teat.s, Mrs. \. ('. Thompson, Mrs. .Tohn Wood. Mir. Paul Klein. Mi». W,. IT. Oood- in and Mrs. C. IT. Wheaton. * + • .Mrs. Richard I^ng. of Muskogee, I T. is vi.'.iliiig .Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Harris. 4. 4. 4. The Fpworlh Le.'.gue of the Frst .\'f tlio<list church will ha%-e a Hallow-•-•<n social on Thursday evening. Miss .I< iini.^ McConnagy. ?M South Biick- ye street, will be hostess. 4. 4. 4. Mrs. F. A. Northriip is entertaining I'.er sister. Mr.s. V. Snydor. of For; ^Oit. Miss Alice Snyder and ^Irs. William Knight of Hinsdale, Illinois. Look at Our Libbey Cut CJlasb. Rookwood Pottery and Hand Painted China. •ewail, Jeweler and Opticiar 104 North Washington. The sale of First.Clasa Timepieces Is an Important feature of our business, nnd we sell strictly high griide watches at- extremely low prices. We never misrepresent our goods, but will at all times sell you an honest watch at a close price and guarantee to give yuii full value for your money. McNElL BROTHERS. ARE AGAINST FOOTBALL Snperin1endent.<i Over State Voted on Question at Emporia. Since the ban has been put on football ami fraternities in the Tola high school for a number of years the action of the superintende|nts of the var oils city schools over' tbe state at Emporia last week does not affect lola. Tiiere was not a single superintendent present at Ihe stale siiperinten- lenis merlJiig which was held in Em- n.oiia Saturday who did not vote for the ahtdition of foot ball as a high school: sporL In spe.nklng of tlu- tiiatter Ibis morning Prof L. W. Ma.v- berry. superintendent of the lola ci'ty schools, sa'd that it came to a vote ir. rather a iiociiliar way. "The siiper- ipleiident of the .Tiinclion City school offered a measure tending to resti -ici the game and when it was being dis ^u.-sed some one moved that tlie ganii- iie abolished n'.tog.'Dier as a high school game. There was not a slngb- ••uper!ntend»nt who voTort against It." Superintendent Ma.vperry says that i'M does not necessarily mean that ri:oil.all will be nbollshed in all hish .".fliool;!. but lhal It means thni the hiiperiuleiidonts wil'. advise th' boards u\ .•ihollsh II. This new ruling* will not po Into efreet until yext yt ar. THIS IS Wi)|{TJI S.WIXfi. I^ut U In Some Safe Place for It ]fay Come in Handy Some Day. m FACED COLLINS Polire Jndite Ila <i a .Worn. ^^'ben .Iiidgo Collins rapped for order In iiolico court this morning ten I ~offenders faced him. Ho divided them j Into two classes of five each. As the i » names of class .\ were called they i" took their places before him and were 1 ashed to recite what th?y knew about ,• beinR caught playing cards on Sun- • day, which is in violation of the city .• ordinance. None of them could an-, ^ sv.'or the questions satisfactorily aiul!_ wrre each fined $1 and costs. They j Wfre all co'ored and their names ap-i^ pe:ired on the roll as follows: Willis ;, I cue, .lohn Cbilders. .1. H. Franklin," John Crawford, Forty The • (p-:ntefte were fop.nd in a house In', Ihe north part of tow -11 last ni.ght • playing pitch and Incidentally siir- j • rounding the contents of several whis- j' key bottles. \ ^ Cass B was then called. The fol-', l.iwing names were read off by Judge . • Collins and they arranged themselves • * ii front of the desk: John McClain,'* .\rilnir Tom Edwards, W. R. • Simpson and H. Morrison. They were* a.'Ked to tell what thoy knew about being drunk Saturday night. They , were all what might be called plain • drunks, although Edwards had a • • • • • W. H. ANDERSON, Attomey-at-Law. Notary and Stenographer In Office. Phone 456. • t.^ •• .1. I • H. A. Ewlng. 8. A. Gard. 0. R, Card • £WL\G, OARD &, 8 AMD. • • Jiawyers. « • Practice in all OanUM, ^ 9% W, Madison, Fhona SSI. * • • • • DR. McMILLKX, Special attention given to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases and Diseases ot Children. Telephones: Oflice 32, Res. 232. Office In Mrs. Turner's Bldg., West Madison. • • • • * Phone 5.''.4. Tola, Kans. * DR. £DITH 8. HAICIH. * Office and Residence over Burrell's Drug Store. Phone 687. Res. 701. .DR. 0. L..COX, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Spectacles Properly Fitted. Office A. O. U. W. Bldg. • • • * • • ^ « • • • • • • • • * m., 2 * Office Hours— 10 to 12 a. * to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 evenihgs. * Suntlays by Appointment. •••••••••••• b • • knife .-aeh. on him. They wore lined .nil. SCOTT'S LECTlRr. An IIIa.otrated Talk Ahont Rig Ditch (.Iven Free at Y. C. .\. Tonight. 3fflce Phono 1083. DB. R. 0. CHRISTIAN. Fkyslclan and Snrfeoa. Rooms 7 and 8. Evans Bldg. • • • I The digg'n? of the Panama canal i-: Ihe greatest physical enterprise |« ev(>r undertaken by any nation in all ^ tlic history of mankind. Mr. Swtt. nmile a. careful study of the whole subject when h-> visited the isibmu:: last spring, nnd those who have hi aid his lecture speak of If as not • • nrly Inslrucllve but entertaining. Mr. .• • Phone 932. Fuller Bldg. • DR. GLrNN, • SpeclaUst • Eys. Ear, Nose and Throat. * ' Glasses Furnished. • F. H. MABTDT, Practice Limited to Snrgwy. 16 N. Buckeye. Phonis 57«. • • • • DR. W. R. HEmniN. • Fhjslclai & Snrgeon. • Office N. E. Comer of Stiuart. • Over K. C. Plumbing Co.'s Store. * • Res. Tel 38. Office Tel. 602. • views illiislraling the progress of Ihoj^ be !• v.ork on the canal which will shown at the close of the lecture. No admission fee will be charged, and al are cordi.illy invited. .Mr. and .Mrs. C. Wlacner, of Buffalo. .•!!!• visiting their parents, Mr. F. A. Wacnor. .Mr. and Mrs. .M. Parrisb. •.ji Yates Center, who were guests of the family for several days return <d home this morning. + * + .MI.SS y\gn;s Reardon who was Miss 111 ss Miller's guest for several weeko has returned to her home in Sioux f'liy. Iowa. *•* Previous to the i;egular prayer ser vice on Wednesday evening the eommittees of the Chrtstlan Endeavor •-oeieiy w-ill have a brief business .-ossloii. 4. 4. 4. The many friends of Mrs. Malcolm Hughes will be g'ad to hear that she will not go to Wbsblngton until early n the new^ year. Mr. Hughes will jirecede Mrs. Hughes some weeks. + • 4. The Christian Endeavor society of the Christian church is arranging for an informal party on Thursday evening to celebrate Hallowe'en. The ccinpany will spend the evening at il.e home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Steele, 4n8 North Sycamore street. DEED FOR BRIDnE WAT FILED. Minor Ford Rrldsre Rigbt-or -Way Deed- rd to .(lien Coanlr. The deed was filed with the ragis- ter of deeds today showing the trans fer of the roadway for the Minor ford bridge from the lola Portland to the ccmmissioncrs of Allen county. The tract included .83 of an acra. The gas, oil and mineral rights are reserved. Minor ford bridge was built come time ago. Here is a simple home-made mixture a.s given by an eminent aiilhoriiy m Kidney diseases, who makes the Uatenicni that it w-ill relieve almost •iiiy case of Kidney trouble if Lnken before the siage of Bright's di.sease. '-I0 .stales mat such symptoms as lame •jar-k pain in the side, frequent desire 0 uriiiaie. especially at night: painful ind di.scolored urination, are readily iveipomc. Here is the recipe: try it: l''liiid Extract Dandelion. onr-ha|f mnce: Compound Kargon. one ounce: "Tompound Syrup Sarsaparilla. three lunces. Take a teaspoonfiil after each ura! and at bedtime. A well-known local druggist is au- hority that these ingredients are all larmlcKS and, easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle. This mixture has a iieculiar healing and soothin offeet. upon Ihe entire Kidney and I'ri- •lary strueiiire and ofion overcomes (he worst forms of rheumatism in just 1 lilllo while. This mixlure Is said to remove all bloml disorders and cure he rheumati.s*^i by forcing the Kid- toys 10 filler and strain from the 'ilood and system all uric acid and ''nui, decomposed waste iiiatter. which rauso ibeso affllcllons. Try It If you iren'i well. Save the prescriiilioii. SPARKS MADE A HIT • Res, Tel, 198. Office Tel. 163. * DR. J. R. PEPPER. * DcDllst * Is permanently located over • E. C. McClaln's Clothing Store. • and Is prepared to do all kinds * of up-to-date dental work. • Brenlng work by appointment. • DR. L. TOZEB, Ida Infirmary, 208 E. Jackson, We use X-Ray, Violet Rays, Static, Galvanic and Faradis Electricity with vibratory stimulation In nervous and chronic diseases. Phone 886. • • • P. L. Lath rop, Mrs. Bessie O. Lathrop. OSTEOPATHIC PHT8ICIANS. Special attention given to Diseases of Women and Chlldran. Over East Side Hardware, Office 'Phone, Main 468. Xew Tliealer Put on Some riever Act.i Yesterday. T.VX INP.MD OV PROPERTV. UlIU Overlooked In Dellnrjuent T.lsl lo Be Advertised. Dopuiy County Treasurer Dumont Sickly In looking over the tax lists has found Iw^ or tlirqe pieces of property on which the faxes are unpaid and which wore overlooked when the 'I?linquont tax list was adverlised for sale and they will be advertised for sale. One piece of property is a house in Humboldt belonging to the Prairie Ol! & Gas company on which 'be taxes amount to $07. There are tlso several lots in Petroli.a which were over'ookcd when l.te delinquent tax list was made up. These will he advertised also. CASE OF .SCARLET FEVER. Boh Sbarpe III M'Hh ihe Conlaglnus Disease. Tlio dread disease, scarlet fever, has secured a foothold fn Tola. Mr. Bob Sbarpe. a resident of 310 West Cbinpbell street, has been taken down with the disease and is now under inarantine. The house was placed under quarantine yesterday and it is thought no one outside the family has been exposed to tbe disease and that there is little danger of the disease Bfirsading. With one of the very best ten cent shows ever presented :ii Tola the Sparks theatre opened the ssason yesterday afternoon in what was former ly the Bache'or house on South street. Mr. Sparks claims for his show that it puts on the same features that IC.-.nsas City theatres are putting on i for twdnty-five cents. Certain it is that his show is above the ordln.^ry. Ei;(h bill comprises six acts, all of which are really ciever. Sampson, the strong man. deserves lo be called :i marv.M, his feats being simply wonderful. Using only the musc'.es of his arms, he twisted iron bars out of shape. Placing an rron tri.anglo in his mouth he dragged with his teeth two men who were pulling with all their strength at the end of a rope attached to the triangle. In addition to this he lifted a horse weighing 1200 or 1100 pounds which was led onto the platform on. the stage. The Itaisdens In the bicycle stunts made 11 gri-at hit. Their tricks v.-ere oxiraordinnry. Collins and llnw- 'ey in dancing and singing stunts and Ern 'SL Mad; in black face save ex- hililtions of unusual raer;i. .Mr. Sparks operates theatres in Kansas City and elsewhere nnd is Ihei-oforo in a position to secure good talent which he promrses to this com- miinit.v. Lowney's Chocolates THAY ARE FRE>H. A cho'ce assortment of this popular brand at CRABB'S. When you buy Lowney's Chocolates here, our per.«onal pledge of their freshness goes with them. Get your next candy at Crabb's and see how well it pleases you< CRABB'S DRUG STORE, Corner Washington and West Sts. imunmiHii >e| CoQcli flrop^ duPMt lozenges, or coagb syrups may rtiietfg a jpoM but they doo't car« it. Scolf^* EmuMon not only indnedialely relieves your coogh or cold but cures ft^giviBg yoa the strangdi to Uitow itolf. TakmScotf* Emutnon tot eosffbs and colds* Skating Rink Now Open! Ladies Free Morninc; and Afternoon Admission at Night 25 ceutd, Including Skates. Rollaway Skating Rink North Side of the Square. Good Music. Good Ordtr. Good Floor. 7ry a Want Ad. in ih0 Raglater Baths 6t All Slads. ' Exclusive Apartment for Ladles D^okomb Bath Boose aod Mineral Well (1.500 Feet Deep.) , . Located at 4th and Scott Ave., Fort Scott, Kansas. This .trater Fositlrelr Carrs Rhenmatlsm, Brlgrhfs Disease, SUtaucb tronble aad Agoe. Prof. J. L. Blskop, the most felehrated Matsa^Ist and Hydropatk* l8t In the Conatrr, In attendance glTln^ nassager WATER SHIPPED IK FITE (S) GAXLON BOTTLES 09LT.

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