Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 30, 1907 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 30, 1907
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TELEPBf^ TOdR TTAXT AD.S. TU THB RE «rST £ft omCE. A8 nn acconiodatloD. \lie Keglxier receives adit for itn want columiiH ejver the telephone, but cxttcctM the udvi>r- tliler (o call at, (lie nfllcc and sottli- 'ua 80UU UH convenient, nn tlie iiit- too wnall i(> wnrrnnt the fxponxc of a collector. 'IVlcphono your want ail in C'lfher t'hono. .V". cir iiiul ii will receive careful attention. van. REXT—FurnlBhetl POOJUH for huusekceplntc or Bleeping. -TJ W<'»l .MadlHon avenue. W.V.VTKD—Cllrl for uiMU'riil li<iii!».'work. Stwidy iiosliion. fl.oo JUT wcih Apply at Kauu.ii!*. WA.NIKO—-V Hotel Thomson. dinhiK niuiu sirl a'. Hou!-e. wok at lola W.VXTKU—Corn lt>:.—i:! Gas (^ity. hubkiM-s. I 'lmnt' W.\NTEl)—Kxperienced awl for housework. 5ul North Second. WAXTKIJ—Chanihciniaid at the rcuusylvaiiia iiotei. W.VNTKD—Karm bauds. .\. H. Mull. Carlylc. Kansas. WANTED—Man and wife wanted to work on farm. Addrcs.s 'C" thls< olllce. ALVX W.VNTS to do house cleaning. Inquire COl South Kim street. W.VNTIvD. GIRLS to Urowu Smoke llou:-e. FXJR UIC.\T— .VIPL'iy fnrnl.xlu'd rooma with bath at the ilarrln plaic. iL't South Waliiiii. I'hoiii- 7t;--'. >Ir.-<. W. I-'. T} ler. KOIl Ri;.\T—Furnished rooms for Si.nileiueii. .Mrs. K. .1. Oylei-. TO UK.XT—(JIIlcc room.-; in the Sli-v- c!isoii Ijuildiiig. KOU UKNT—Kuruishcd boudo, modern. Apply this olllce. FOR RENT—Three unfurnUhcd rooms. Iiuinire 504 South Duckeye. FOOT BALL I'RACTM E I\ OI'EUA HOrSE EAIII EVE.MXU. READY FOR THE GAME FRIDAY AirrinK t.oEs IS IAII'KOVEU YU- D .\Y~STILL n DAXJKK. Uv\. l. II. .>lurliii, o|- linker I'nher-^U}, \y ill I'rearli Here un Siiudat .Mum In If. rrarllee In (he Opera House. The <ias Ciiy Unit ball (cam which i .-i to mi'ei the l.eKoy team Friday af- icrnoou oil the I'ilectric jiark Ki'ound.s praniced last iii;;ht in the opera house The lioys arc vi-ry much in need of ."iRiinl practice and by setlliiK together ill a laiKc ljulldiiii; like the FOR RE.VT—Furnished down atalrs | ofiiMM liousi- ihey aic alilc to dn cooil .•ooms for bousekeeping. Walnut. 316 South LOST mna FOU/iO LO.ST—Friday ih.. i.siii. I .ftwceii 'ias anil l,:i llarpc. slove I HMII I I. U I'- waid. Notify \. .1. folljus. l,a Ilariie. work at the WA.NTEU AT OXCIC—Fxi)ei icuc.-d chambermaid at .Nrcadc lioi»-l. Coud wages to right party. WANTED--Secoiid band Winchesf. pop gun. Inquire lU.'i South Second strct. W.\i\TEU—Stock to wlui'M-. Call on or addrcija Guy Turney. lula. \V.\NTKD—Good. sound .MHIII« horses wanted at The lola Viin iiiarv UospUal. Sec NV. A. Fra7 .icr. ^ WAXTEIJ— Itoaril.-rs in private family. Have inodcru house, mwly fnrulshed. liinulre at No. i East Krwln. \VA.\TED—Type writ i UK and clerical work. Room ;!, old court house. Rebecca Goble. FOR SALE'-POEAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Cheap If taken at mice. 5 room house, closet and panny. porches. Furnished or uufuniislicd. TOR SALE CUEAl'—Two houses, good Improvcnicius. Reason lor selling, going away lor hcalUi. Tm; .Vortli Cottonwood. FOR S.\LE—.My four-aiic I nick patch, good four roomed house, one mile from square. Alex Miller. von SALE—Good wheel, u.-td only a short time. Must sell. Call FOR SALE CHEAP—Seven room, moderu cottage, two blocks iroiii sqitare; short tinio only. Grac- .\r- nold. FOR SALE OR TIJADE-A v<"'d Arkansas farm, wi'll ini|)i'ovi'il auiI stalk. For further iuforiiiatioii iiniuiic at 412 West Martin. FOR SAlE^mtmomUmmmauB FOR cheap. SALE—Two Going away. young cows: luT .North I'irst. FDR SALE—Good driving man-. Iii- yulre lit 21 East Calhoiiu. OR EXCllAXGE-i;H) Hodgeman cotiniy. FOR SALE acres lu Only three miles to railroad: acres fenced. I'rlce $I.'i.(in (UM- ai II-. .\]M> •.'«0 acres gas land near Tliayir. Xco- »<bo county. Kansas. Price IO U.'MI per acre. For fmllicr jiarthnlai.-i-.- (,. Ilobart. FOR EXOHAHek K(JU TItAliE-Lands in tli.- Indian "i'frriioiA tor nii -rcliaiiiliM-. or more c.-;- |>cclall> Slock of liii ::'.;ii'.-; and iiiiplf- ineiils. Lock Ho.\ (;s. Okmulgee. I. T. LODGE DIREOTORY. "kSicTlfs OF MACCABEES.- Knights of Maccabcca of the World nieei3 In K. P. Hall, second .ind fourth Wednesday nights In each month. J. W. Postwalt, commander: R. B. Porter, record keeper. W. «. >Y«— Camp No. 101 meela In K. of P. Hall every Friday night. W, T. Steele. C. C; A. H. Uavli, Cleit Visitors cordially Invited. K.MflllT.S OF rYTIIIAS.—NcoBho LodKe Xo. A.\ nieetH every Monday nlRbt nt K. of P. Hall. Visiting brothers Invliod. W. S.Thompson," C.C; Chris RItter, K. of R. and 8. MTn". A.— The M. W. A. Lodge meets every Frldnv night In M. W. A. hail. Vlsltlu!; brothers Invited. W. H. Andersim, V.C.; W. A. Cowan, Cleric. ROV A I. ~>Eir3HB0RsC— l<da~Camp. .So. oG.'i, Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth of each month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oracle; Mrs. .Mary Hutton, 413 West Street, Recorder. F. A.,v.— Golden Leat Council No. •JG2, F. A. A. meets first and third Wednesday nights in each month in K. P. Hall. C. E. Lacey, president; Miss Mable Rhortack, secretary. FRATEKXAL BBOTIIERIIOOD.- Fraternal Drotherhood No. 380 ineetd second and fourth Tuesdays of each month In A. O. U. W. Hall. Visiting memliers cordialy invited. W. H. An* dersou, president; Golda Elam, secretary. work. My pracih-inir in the aftertioous ou the grounds and in the opcia at iiinlil the lioy.s will Ijc in cxtellcui condition for the same Friday after- iiooii al Electric park. While tliu Gas Cliy learn is workiii;,' hard fo ,t;et into eondition for llie uaiiie report.-- from l.cKoy .ire lo llie effect that the l.e- Itoy team is not trembling a .single bit and is as conlideui as ever of winning (be game. Kiit widi all their coii- lidcnce lliej are practicing i-very after noon. Tiiey an- ;;iveu liaid scriniinagi- practice at this tiiue. Arihnr Goes N Heller. .M I I IOIIK I I Arlliiir (Iocs is not out of ilaiiKer be is tboiigbt to lii' some bel­ ter Ibis iiioriitng. He iiiideiweiit an operation yeslenlay nioiuiut; at nine o'clock lor an abseess on the kidiieys and appendicitis, lie Is tliou^ht to be in a critical coinliiion yet. .Many .Saw **Tlie Hevirs Anellan." .Many Cas City people aileiided the lirand theater in lola last evening and witnessed the production of the Uevil's .Xiictioii. .Mtlioiivli It li:id been pla.ved many limes in iliU city It always draws a large house Tliit- yi'ar it is i-veii lieiler iliaii «>viT. Tin- prndue- Miiii last I'Vciiiiiv wa.-< ex<-eedlii«ly pI'Mslim Uiirllu Hill Preach. Ui'V I.. II. .Murlln. prehldelil of (lie Maker I'liiversily m italdwin. Kansas, u'ill pM'acli ni-M .Sunday iiioriiing at till' .Meiliodisi Kpisv 'iipal church In thitt elly. Kev. .Miniill is a grciii ediica- 1 iiili.' and Ills ^'enuiMis are especial ly Inst riK 'live tii young people its well as tile old. This Is all oppciritiiiily to bear oiu' of tln' leading men wliieli does not come evciy day (o tin- uiajor- il> of (las Ciiy <-liiircli goers. Junior Order I'nited American .W©. clianics.—Meets cverv Wednesday evening at S o'clock In K. P. Hall. All visiting members invited. U. A. Widick. Conncelor; C. U. Black, Rec, Secretary. RUSUtESS aiREOTORY JEWELERS. R. F. Pancoast, old reliable Jeweler, 110 i:ast street. STAMMER. Complete court at the best school for fitamraerers in America at one- balf price this fall and winter. White for Informitlon at once. McKle Schoi^l for Stammerers. :!7oe East 12th Streat, Kansas City. Mo. Register Want Ads« Ic a irord. voir. SALE—Two large JIuni. s. four and five years old. and ». yoniiK blai-k Jock. Inquire O. K. Livery barii, I.u Harpc. Kansas. Phone Hi. FOR SALE—A driving m;ire and buggy. Horse city broke, sate tor ad) to drive. IflQiiire .Xorili siieii. c : — FOR SALt:—Mare. »'30 North .Main. Gas City. FOR S.\LE—Choice Uuroc male pigs. For sale cheap, if taken soon A. B. Mull. Carlyle. Kansas. FOR SALE— Good mare with foal. Call at 210 West street. FOR BALE OR TRADE—A 3J 'J acre farm in Ellis county to trade for lola rental property or a small farm in (uutern Kansas. G. F. Kobliis, l..a ilarpe, Kansas. POLAR BEAR TLOUR Has Stood the Test Because its the Best Acce|)t No Other Wm.Oberdorf, Agt. Persona N. .Mrs. .1. E. Hunter returned yesterday from Colony. Kansas, where she as been vl,,itlng I'nr till- jiasi several days. .1. H. I'osii-r ill K.jiltield. Kansas. yesii'rila> ou huslin'ss. lli- ir- liii'iieil this iiioruiii^'. I,, f). Daiiybters of llii.-< <-ii.v lefr yesterday for Ueiifrow. Uklalioiiia. when le will visit his daii;;Iiter wlio nioVL-d Iheie some lliiii- a.:;o Willi her husband, lie win remain ilieie tlii- majority of the winter .\. Chandler, of I'l. Smith, .\ikan- .sas. was in ilie city yesii-rday ealliir.; all old friends lie lived iii'ihi.s eiiy alioiit si\ yi-.irs a.:;o. lie now owns one of thf (argi'st barbel- sliops in l-'l. Smilli. FAR.\IER.S IXSTltUTE W.IS HELL ATTE.XDED YESTEKDAT. PROF. WHEELER LECTURED I'I{0(.'IIA.1I TODAY WILL BE OF FN. ISIAL 1 MEREST. Mark an the >en Chrlslljin Church lias Been 'IVniiiorarlly Su**- pended. If there is any shorter cut to success than hard work and looking as though you could do \t—we've never heard of it. The first is Mpioyou — the second <we help you to^ with Made by Leopold, Solomon & Eisendrath, /o)/) Ctlp^^ in Chicago. Sold by one good live merchant Jt^f /^jHio ^ /\ in your city. It will pay you to look him up. "'V./t/wX/y C/C'fo*-'^^ Furniers' lUNtitute. iX'spite the bad weather the I'arm- ers" Insiitiite whicli is in session in this city was wc.ll attended yesterday inorning and afteinoon. There were many interesting thlng^s developed which would, under ordinary circumstances, have attracted a fliled hall. Prof. Wheeler's leclnie was of particular interest. The program today is a good one. being devoted prini-lpally lo crops and household interests. Dsiiniy, be<WfiMng, So cfuLrming and bright. Her garmenis jve s^td On the light tanning White. II. V. Adams I.eeltirer. 11. V, Adams, lecturer, will be the iiexl attraction on llie l.a Harpe lec- iiire ei/mse. .Mr. .\danis is reported as beiiiK a iiiaii witb w-onderfiil eii- erlaiiiiii;; aliiliiy and one who brings a nies.sage with liitu. The following is only oiiM of the tiiaiiy favoraOle press notices: Owaloiina (.MIiiii.i Peoples Press.— To say (lie lecture. •Crapes of Cold." plea.sed is puKiiig the case mildly. .Mr. .\dains deliglited tiie audience which filled (be opera liou.s'e. He more (ban com pen.-<a ted those wlio came oiil In spile of (he cold bhislery weather. | :ind ou all sides imt worils of coni- iiieniiallon are iieard. I( was a luosi auspicious opening of (lie eii(ei-tain- iiieiit course that (ills lecture was the lirst number. .Mr. .\daiiis demonstrnt il Ills power as an orator. His thoughts were those of a strong and vigorous mind. He is among the very few who <-an ti>ll a story and make it i-oiinl. His siories counted. They I I Dti-rlained the .-indlctiee and illiistral- ed the central tliou;:ht of ihe lecture ill a most happy manner, lie presented a wealtli of graphic illustrations III enforce his tlle'ine. The lecture was rnlivened w ith a line vein of fn-sh wit and hiiiiior. Should .Mr. .\dam» ever reliirn he would lie greeted will- ' a crowded bouse. This is the Na 27 Automatic Lift, Swell Front White. Ifs a swell machinf and is made for those who desire an extra fine article. Something: unique, hut at the same^tinic a thoroughly practical machine^ Let us show you. Why a White is more Convenient, will run Lighter, will Make Less noise, will Sew Better and Last Longer and is Prettier than any other machine. We Can Prove Hi .Mertinir.o HroinlNe to lie (•oiid. ICvangelistle meellngs which will larl in Ihe near fnture at tlii.> Presliy- leriaii i-liurch promise lo br- very good ' as Kvantielist llawley who will conduct (hem. is reimd'd as one of the liest in (lie west. He has been coli- diicliug incedngs in Colorado for several months and comes here <inly lie-' cause be has oilier lueting.s in snulli-j stern Kansas. A GOOD HOME BLOOD MIXTURE PKESt IMFTHIN TII (LEAN iji.ooi) OF LMi'iitrrifis. THE .StrenirtheiiN the Kidneys and Helps Theui Filter I 'O I MIUS from IMood. and .Shuuld be .Mi.xed^il Home. Eakin'm Hmrdwmre Amiunuitiun put up to cnuiply nith tin- pure leud law. IP:! .South Keuturky. I 'buue l:». its Economy To have your Carpets aod Sags cleaoed by IteMaRg; Factory Evans Bros. MM*. tmmmm. Where quality la main consideration, we buy the best. Where demands will Justify, we carry all sradea and prices. w 9oKoU ri •OUTH aiOK MUAIIt A leading health Journal, in aiii^wer- Itig the (|iiestioii, "What is llii- best prescription to clean and purify tne liloixl." iiriiKs ill a recent issue (he followin,:: l-'liiid K.vtrac( of Hande- iU)H oiie-half ounce. Compound Kar- goii. one oiitu-e. Compound Syrup Sar- Kajiarllla. three ounces. Shake well and ili 'e In teaspoonfid doses aflei' eai'h meal and at bed time .\ well known Un-n\ druggist wlio Is lamiliai' with this prescription si.ites that it is harmless, being composed of .-iinple in;:redients which can lie oliialned from any good prescription pliarma<-y. It cleans the blood of all liupurHies :iijd nourishes the blood In just a lew days (he skin lieglns lo clear of sores, bolls and pimples. It puts vi!,'or and energy in(o rnn-down. debilitated men and wonien. Kor many years Sarsaparilla alone has been considered a good blood medicine. Hut while It bnIK up and made new blood, (he Impurides remained whhin and (lie good acc<nni)llshed was only temporary. Sarsaparilla. however, when used in combination wKh Ccnnponnd Kargon and ICMract Handellon works wonders. This combination pu^s the kidneys to work to filter and sift out Ihe waste nmter. uric acid and other Impurities that cause disease, ft makes new btood and relieves rheumatism and lame back and bladder (roubles. This prescription is beder than the usual pateirf mwllcine. which are in I hi- most nan alcoholic concoctions The ingredients cost but little and are easily mi.vcd at home. Kvery man and woman here should make some up and try it If they feel their system re- 'inires ii good blood medicine and a tonic. The Kargon (o clean the kldueyii and'vitalize them so they can clean the blood. Sarsaparilla to make new rich blood and Dandelion to tone the stomach, clean the liver and make It active and relieve constipation Is the way the prescription acts and so mildly and gentl .v that one does not consider they are taking a_medlctne. Work U l>rln>ed. Work on the foundalioii of tin- l.;i ,' 1 l;irpe'Chrliiiian chiircb which is be- j iiig creeled In this cKy lias been sii.s- ; lieiidetl until belter weather. H was liojied ihat (here w-oiild be no delay as' tliey bad planned to tinisb it within a very sliort time. .\ow it will be ini- possible for them to complete the roiiiidatiou so that actual construction work on the building proper can begin by Ihe time that they had originally planned. This will delay the liiiisiiing of (he endre building. We also have cheap machines from $6 up. Will i'lny With Has tU}. ••l-'a((y". Street of this city will play left tackle for the tlas Ciiy foot ball leatu (hat will meet (he LcKoy (<.-atu ne.\( Kriday afternoon. Oilier l.a Harpe pUiyers will be in suits and will lie on (he side lines ready (o go iu(o the game If it is fouiul necessary, i .\ lar^e crowil will no over to the park to witness the game. I'erMOnals. Mr. and .Mrs. .lohn Catiiiibell. of llunibolilt. were in Ih"-. city yesterilay iifleriioon visiiliig friends and re'a- tives. Clarence tJates wlm lias been sick for several days Is said to be some; better today. C. K. .MfMjreliead left yesterday for St. .loe. JIo. where be will liu> bis holiday goods. CIari> Kerr h.'is acce|ili'il a position in Phillips fi Son's hardware sionv Mr.-«. .las Williams and Miss Sadie Cwllllni returned yesterday from an extended visit with leladves and frleuds ill Piltsbnrg. A Card. This Is lo certify that all drugKists arc authorized to refund your money if Koley's Honey and Tar fails to cure your congh or cold. It stops the cough, heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold. Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption. Contains no opiates. The genuine Is In a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Burrell's ITUiV. I.. H. PEARSON TO UIX. Hero ni ••I.ewelllne War" A>kMl Hi Ran for Leviitlalure. Hon. I., n. Pearsbu w-as up from Salem Tu.Tsday and paid the Register office his nsnal friendly call. Looking Look for the Flag. A. W. Beck. Proprietor Kor Sa^o Cheap, Good Farm and City Property. Sc« the THE JAYlIAWJiER LAND CO. for quick results. Old Court JCouae, I«U. Kani. LivinqAtoD £• Co Contractors and BiDders. All kinds ot work a spaclally t 8oatfa Sycaraor*. Pkoas lUI l>l.><.>(I.S.SKI> K. l). RROKK. The SA.\TA KK sells HO.MIiSKKK- l-:iiS" tickets first and third Tuesdays in eaeii monllj for one fare pins Su.Of* (for (be round I rip lo certain points ' West anil iiouib We:.l. i;«.-iiirn liinil :;ii I day.s. I One Way sucutid class Colonist tlck- 'iets iri Angolcs and San Kranclsco 'and other California points for $2."i.0U ( iMirt A>.se>!*ed Lust tti Case on .1. 1'.' Portland. Oregon. Seatlle, Wash., Kelni. etc., for $-:iO.'JO. every day during Oc- Tlie court disiiiis.scd th.> defendant ;'o''"''. U^^. In the ca-so of the State vs E. O. Brunei-, which was heard in I'olice .Iiidgt;' '' „. . Clevongers court in l.aHarp.. yestei-. =Ses. and. so forth, liav afternoon and assessed the co.-;t on the prosecuting witness. .1. C. Keim. The case was the result of a fight which took plac at tin? str-jet car d3pot several weeks ago Iietween . —' K. O. BrnneK a member of th- .\"L-JS1IO ' Wii; anyone knowing I'leai-c srn un for sfOpover privil- W. E. RALSTON, Ajt. Va'l<-y l.and company, and .1. C. Ke m-i;,i^„„ts of \v l> owner of the O. K. liverv barn in La-,'. t ..v;!!,'''as City. Kansas. Harpe. .Mr. Bniiier was cliargci! -.viih' assault and battery. There is a case pejuiiim in .liist:<--' I'l.'tl.'r's court in this city of die^ Sia((,' vs. .1. ('. Keim, in which the de , fendaiit is cliar^ed with assault w-ith i tne where- Holton, formerly of con;niii(iicate with n. .-v. Hun; Is.. C. .Mo? erford, .">ll lackson Ave., forward toyie.xt year a BOo<i many or(., jeadly weapon Keim is said .Mr. Pearson's friends have been sug gesting that he become a eandiilate for the legislature. Mr. Pearson was a member of the legislature for two terms back in the Populist days when he "foughL bled and nearly died" as a so'dler In the I>ewelling War." He rendered good and honest service at that time and the experlenc? then ^Ined would enhance his usefulness If he. should decide to' again beco:oe a candidate. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney trouble that is not be- vond medical aid. Burrell 's dr*^ store. For UMt^avd Qilrkest ResnlU rHe the Kvglster Vimut C O I IMIIS. have stabbed Bruner with a kiii.e.. COMBS AND BRACELETS ALL KTNn«; ALL PRICES J.W.COFPEY&SON Exelaslre Jcnelers. £ast 8Mc. •oUibiag - ,.-*!> Sow ttw "CM wag" of •wnfM nd stow plp9> Tiyt»»\New Wvt Vm 6^-41 It shines iteU. iaapolKdiikciitiBt.

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