Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 9, 1908 · Page 2
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—FJtx^erald, Auto Llrery. rtaonc. + * * MJss Minrow Here. . Miss Maude Minrow of KiiipDiia. spent Sunday here wit; her aunt. Mrs. A. N. Mitchell. • • Surprised Mr. an^i Mrs. Wheatley. •Mr. and Mrs. I. IJ. Wlicallcy. llvln« one mile north of IhinilioUlt, but formerly of Tola, wvrc iili-asanily surprised on Saturday evciiiu;;. Xovciu- ber 7. when Hcxcnly of their frlcinlri went to thi'Ir home to coUbratc tlicir 22nd weddluK anniversary. Those im-s ent were H. F. Schmidt and fauiily. 11. H. Ross and family, J. P. Wilhite and J family, M. J. Adams and family. C. D. j "Wright and family, .T. C. Dornberg and ' federation durinjr tin; week. There was a meeting on Saturday ljut the work was not completed. • • V Aid Society. Ti:e society of Trinity church will have a meeting oii Thur.-'day. Tl meet ins; will be held In the church. •> •:• • Chi. Omcna Meeting. The ("111 Omega literary society ol the Iiiiih hfjiocd win have a literary lir<i^;:-am witli music on T. iir.sday af tcriieoii. Tliis is the s'-mi-moiithl ii^ot (iii;^ fnr uieinbers of the society. •!* Vis.itcd Endcavorers. The V. 1'. ('. I'. soci"fy of the Unit '••1 nrethreii cliureh -.vas entertained family, H. L. Palstring and family Mr.!i)y the Bmleavor society of the Chris- Vrooman and family, Mr. and Mrs. t:.:tiaii church last evening during tioir F. Helle, Mr. and Mr-s. F. E. Hcllc, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown. Miss Maude Endicott, Miss Edna Dornberg. Ivliss Elsie Dornberg, Miss Francis Schmidt, Miss Mary Schmidt. Miss Pearl •V\iheatley, Mr. Fred Schmidt, Mr. Wm. Mentie, Rfr. Leo Schmidt. Mr. Fred Palstring, Mr. Taylor Stoddard, ilr. ng during regular niecling. The invitation was exttiided to thf guests several weeks ago and all •.vho wrvc iiresent vvcn thoroughly aiiprecialive f>f the pro irram v .-liic1i was heard. <. ^ ^ In Carlyle. 'r. aii'l .Mrs. Oti-: La<.!raii .:;i' were George Brown and Mr. Clare Wheat-; i;u(>^r.s of I 'datives in Carlyle yesler- ley. ! iw • ij- * Program Meeting. There will bo another meeting of the program committee for the civic / •:• V V For Mr. and Mrs. Waite. .Mr. anil .Mrs. Ceorge Vaife, 814 i;a.<t .street, entertained a small group Auditorium I TOMGUT Jack Fotch COMEDY SKATER LadlvM Free ^•^ery inoruiu? thi.s week except SHtnrday iHornlug'. About a Wedding. Dod Gaston, who writes "Second Tboughl!" for the Topcka Capital, has written the following about "This thing called marriage:" Cut glass' society in Topeka is preparing to throw a fit because a girl in ttat society is getting ready to marry a man whose salary is' only |75 a month., They say she Is throwing herself away—that after she has beaten her young and tender wings against the winds of adversity for a year or two she will sicken and fade under the sordidness of it all. I doubt that, r doubt It so strongly that I am willing to lay lohg odds that tbe mar- WANTED—^Ali idnds of second hand riage will turn out happily. The af- household furniture.—The lola Furni- fair is on the right basis to begin ture Exchange. A. W. Beck, Prop. with. She isn't marrying him for Phone 25. '• what he can sive her. She is marry- WANTED-E.xperienced cook at 15 Ing him^because she loves him and is North Jefferson, the old Warner Cafe, proud of him. Silic knows she will TO LOAN—$5,000 private money on farm land at 6 per cent.—loLi Land Co. WANTED—^Two young ladies to solicit. C. Florence, Hooms 10 and 11, Evans Block. DB. MILDBED CURIEIS • ^fajsieUn and SnrgcoB. < Office over fiu^rell's Drag Store * Office Phone 554. • Residence 214 E. Jackson • Phone 569. ' of their friends informally on Satur day evening. The occasion was t'iio first social event they have given since e.stablishlng their new home and the evening was made very pleasantjturn he was accompanied by his sis- have to economize and she doesn't care a rap. For he is a fine, likely fellow, sure to advance in his line of work, and between the joy which the union of congenial souls always brings and the looking forward to his ultimate and sure advancement, ihoy will never ki^ow comparative poverty pinched them. I have watrtcd I lie matrimonial game in a role of a casual onlooked for many years and have come to this conclusion. Jlore than hiflf the unhappy marriages are the result of bargain hunting. More than half the unhappy married women were girls who married for what their husbands could give them in the way of material comfort. No woman who travels thtit road ever found com- T )lot<« happiness. Hapjdness doesn't lie that way, for the woman who has a great deal will want mtich more, and there is a ILmit to every man's capacity to supply.—^Dodd Gaston. + A • Y. P. C. U. Meeting. There will bo a meeting of the Y. P. C. U. society of thn United Brethren church Oil Tuesday evening. Mr. L. V. Starkey will address the members and there will be special music. ^. Visit Relatives. Charles E. May was in Fort Scott on Saturday and Sunday. On his re- WANTED—To buy a good second hand buggy. Phone 463 or 1092. I W^VNTED—lola property to exchange for Kansas and Missouri land, iloldeu West Land Co. Ofilce over Iowa "tore, lola, Kas. SALESMEN & AGENTS—$ | « $50.00 )<>r week and over can be made selling s'i3w Campaign Novelties from now intil electJon. Sells to Stores, Couu- .y Fairs, Picnics and Private Families. [Complete line of samples, charges pre,)aid for 50c; Order today. CHICAGO N'OVELTY CO., 60 Wabash Ave., :;hl2ago. WiVNTED—Young men to prepare 'or coming examination for Railway viail and other Government Positions. ?upoiior instruction by .Mail. Estab- Ished 14 years. Thousands of suc- essful students. Sample' questions md "I low Gov't Positions are Se- •ured" sent free. inler-State Schools, :!)1 la. Ave, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. \\'.\NTEU—Information regarding a ;ood farm or bu.slness for sale; not nirlicular about^ location; wish to '.lear from owner only, who will sell liroct to buyer; give price, description and state when possession can be lad. Address L. Darbyshire, Box 2025, Rochester. N. Y. the DB. McMILLEW, Special attention given to treatment of all Chronic Dii es and Diseases of ChUdren. * •Telephones: Office 32, Res. 232. • Office over Burrell's Drug Store • West Madison. , • Phone 687. RM, 7flL • DR 0. L. COX, / • Bye,- Ear, Nose and Throat. • Spectacles Properly Fitted. * Office A. O. U. W. Bldg. • • • • • « Offlca Tel. 1083. Night Tel. 40t DR. B. 0. CHBjSTIlir Pbyslclan and e|iirgeoi Rooms 7 and 8. EJrans Bids. • • • • • • F. H. xiBTnr, • Surgery and Diseases of " Women. • Office and Residence Pbose 576 * Office 7 North Jefferson. • • • • JEWELRS. B. F. Pancoast, old reliable Jeweltf 110 East Street. witii music and a delicious supper. Mrs. V • • In Fredonia. .\iis.s .lulia .McCiure returned this iioi:iing f:oiu Fredonia. She was a Kucst of .Mrs. Foilensbee on Saturday ard Sunday.. V •:• * Cneerful Circle. A. V. Lemasters will be the hostess of the Cheerful Circle on We-.lnesdaj- afternoon. * • • Daughters of the King. Tl ere will be a business meeting -.r Daughters of the King on Wednesday afternoon in the vestry of St. Tim- oiri>'s lipiscopal church. Several new '.••ii 'l-eis arc to III! received and a •Ian of work for the winter adopted. V '> • Miss Seyle Home. -MiKs Adele Seyle came home today roni Wichita. She was a delegate to IK; Y. W. C. .\. convention there. • • • Home From Kansas City. .Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Stanlleld and Irs. A. H. Campbell havp returned from a iriii to Kansas City. Tliey pent one «;vening at a performauce of Ben Hur" which was one of tLc theatre attractions there last week. Whist Party. There will be a party for the Afternoon Whist club. Miss Clara Foust. 19 East Madison street, will be the hostess. •:• V No Club Meeting. T! ere will be no meeting of the At] Home club of the First M. E. church on Thursday afteruopn. Tlie post- poiieirent is made because of the spe-j cial revival meetings. + • <• Sorosis Club Saturday. Officers of the Sorosis club have announced that the' meeting which was announced for the'approaching Wed- Intsday will not occur until Saturday. 'The hostess will be 'Mrs. O. W. .Holmes, secretary of the club. The postponement was made because of special revival services at the Metho-| difit church. The program for Saturday is asj follows: Paper—•Civil Service Defined," Mrs.! Myler. Paper—'The Reform of Civil Service." Mrs. A. V. Lodge. Discussion—Public Occurrences that are Making Historj-. *.+ * C)(cha'n9« Sale. .Women of Trinity church conducted a sale of cooked food and pastry on Saturdar et the'^^er grocery. The proceeds will he added to the improvp- meat fund of (he socloty. tur. Miss Mable May, who is making] a short visit hero. •I* • • In Kansas City. Miss Lena Culbertson and Miss Ed-| |na Nigh are in Kansas City and Law-i rence for a visit with friends. • V •:• Working Society. The Working society of the First Presbyterian churcli will meet on Tuesday afternoon at half past two o^- elock in the church parlor. .^ ^. Business Meeting. There will be a business meeting of tlio Endeavor society of the First Presbyterian church tonight. Thej members will meet with Miss Elsa Hildner of WHieeler Heights. • • • Postpone Tea. The afternoon tea which ladies of the Methodist church were to have !:Iven at the home of Mrs. .T. W. Bolton tomorrow afternoon will be postponed. There are special afternoon meetings for the church members this week and the social event was post- |)oned so that the women might attend the services. • • V C. W. B. M. Meeting. Among the events of Thursday is a meeting of the C. W. B. M. society jf the Christian church. Tie hostess .Mrs. J. W. Coffey. Mrs. M. M. Williamson will have charge of the lesson of the afternoon. OR SALE ~mtso9liaamous FOR SALE—A 22-acre fruit and :ruck farm, 2 miles north of Gas City, dood bottom land. J, W. McWilliams, uas City; R. R. l. FOR SALE—An Cottonwood, organ; .011 South Lodge Directory KKIGHTS OF PTTHUS^Neoike Liodge No. 43 meets every Hondii* night at..K. of P. Hall. Visiting \st» thers Invited. W. S. Thompson, B. O- Chris Rltter. K. of R. and S. O'lOUTS OF JLLCCABEESr' Knights of Maccabees of the WorM meets in K. P. Hall; second and foorlk Saturday nights of each month. S W. Postwalt, commandpt H u Pt» ter, record keeper. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Good property, close in. Call 110 West Monroe. fOR REM1» mimomUammoua FOR RENT—House. N 'orth Buckeye. Inquire 208 FOR EXOHAMOE Six Clear La Harpe residences $7000 md $3000. Cash for merchandise or farm. W. O. Lenhart. lola. Kas. OUR TELEPHONE Is constantly ringing these days. September, you know, is the time to have Che summer dust cleaned out of car- jets. We are busy, but your order will eccive prompt and careful attei!itIon. .'hone us today. iOLA RUG FACTORY Phoee Sit. y>'. 0. W.—Camp No. lOi mectM h. K. of P. Hall every Friday night. W. T. Steele, C. C, A- H. Davis, Clifk Visitors cordially Invited. M. W. !A.~The M. W. A. meets every Friday night to M. W. ^ Hall. Visiting brothers invited. P. Q. Cotfield, V. C. W. A.'Cowan. Clerk. _ BOTAL NEieuBOBS^Iola Cam^ So. 365, Royal Neighbors, meets M»' ond and fotirth Tuesdays of ea^ month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oradv .Mrs. Mary Hntton, 413 West Btre^> Recorder. i FBATEBNAL BB0THEBH00O «-fi Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 mee^^ second and fourth Thursday of ead^ month In A. O. D. W. Hall. VIsitlap members cordially tovlted. W. H. ib» derson, preisident; Golda Elam. tary. OCR EXHIBIT of "high class Jewelry was never so temptingly beautiful as at present. A tremendous variety to choose from and interesting prices throughout the coflectlon. JEU'ELEU BI5(;S of great beauty. Scarf Pins, Cuff Links, Bracelets, dtc. McNIELBROS. lEe Jcvirtlen Home From Yates Center. Mrs. Herman Tholen tas returned from a brief stay in Yates Center. She was accompanied by Miss Minnie Cooper who is to be here for a short time. • * Delta Alpha Club. Miss Eva Osborne, 210 North Cottonwood street, will entertain for the Delta Alpha club of the Baptist church tonight. * • * Have Picnic Dinner. .Members of R. N.A. Camp 365 will have a picnic dinner at their lodge rooms tomorrow. In addition to the le.cal guests there will be twenty-five from the Yates Center lodge. In the afternoon a regular session of the lod .sTC will be held. • •:• •:• Home from Emporia. Mrs. A. V. Lodge has returned from a visit in 'Emi>oria. 4. + •> To Humboldt. •Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tholen and Mr. and .Mrs.' Seward Bixby will go to Humboldt on Wednesday, for an informal all aily party for relatives. Tlie guests will be entertained at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. John TOolen. •{•••!• W. C. T. U. Meetlnfl. The election of a president to fill the office vacated by the resignation of Mrs. &. F. Arnold will be oae of the features of the W. C. T. meetr ing on Friday. The meeting will oe> cur at the Bast Jackson street rooms. General Contnetw. Flagstone and Cement Sidewalk* and Curbing a Specialty. 0.1Bce U» East JaeksoB Are^ Vhnae 8M. Real Estate, Insuraiice wltyand farm Loans 1 Low Rate. Annual Interest Payments received at any time without notice, and Interest ceases on amount paid. Long or Short Time Loam. Cunningham &Araett klGAZO'ES A5P PEBIQDXCAl'^ ^ can be^secared of J. E. Hcndenetf ho deals with the. publishers aa# furnishes them at the lowest prlc» possible. Trial subscription toe V* Norden's, 3 months 25c. Phone 98. ' 414 N. Qpekey* / V|/B have just received s ^ ' ftiU carload ol fitat-claatf iip-to-d?te granite monamenta^ and to tliose contempUtiof;: the purchase of a tnottttineiit,;' we tespectfally invite yourto calland sse our stock and gcTii our prices bsfore yott plai»., your order. We do all oitf work with pnetttnatlc 1 and guarantee otii atock m>rk. jcicdfPiiLii

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