Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 9, 1908 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, November 9, 1908
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I IS 01 Don 't yoa dolike to leave the wami' hkig room and undreit b a cold bedroMll where the frost is thick 00 the windows? No need toanylonger—a | PESFEdlON 00 Heater (Eqdpped wIUi Smokiest Detlee) makes any. cold room cheerful and cozy in a trice and keeps it so. It has a smokeless device—that means no smoke—no smdl—no bother—just dbect intense heat. Finished tn japan' and nickel. Brass font holds 4 quarts, bums 9hours. Eaalycar- ried about. Every /fl heater warranted. The ^ Lamp « * for Its brilliant,, steady light, simple constnictiaa and absolute safety. Eouq^ped with the best central draft burner. Made of brass, nickel plated. Every lamp warranted. If your dealer does not handle the Rayo Lamp or Perfection Oil Healer write our nearest agency for descriptive cirjcular. STANDARD Oa COMPANY , (Incorporated) NEWS OFUHARPE EDWARD K. MEEK, U. S. D1.ST1JICT I'HAISES CATIIELL. HE IS ELOQUENT LECTURER L\ HABPE XSD lOLA PLAY BALL T03I0RR0W AFTERNOON. iocJual powor, of cailioiic spirit and bnind synijmthies. It IIHB boen my socil foriunn to Imar many of iho most ^ifi '.Ml men l;i iho Anifrican olinrch. Ill i)!-(jfiindity and oii;;lna1iiy of ilionsht, lufldity of rtyle and elo- qiKMice of delivery, Ur. Catlicil tanks wiih ihc fifiii of Micni. IIH IS mature in his powpi-. and iiis tipaim'-.n of sub jix .-ts reveals rosofxrch and reflection hrotiKlit fo hapjiy fruition. I liope TcxR3, and the south, may have the FOOT; good fortune to hear him. The Attendance at the Rally Day Sor- rice of tlie .UethodUt Eiiisoopal riiHrch Was Terr Good. Will Hold Jlonthlj Jlccli::-'. The monthly business meet ins cf the Christian Endeavor of the PreHby- terian church will be held at the home jcf Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Tue.sday ev- jenlng. .After the business is fransaci- jed, the exenitiR v\i'l be siscnf in a so- Icial v.-av'. I ileets With 3rr.<«. DnrkneT. The Ladies Missionary Society of i A Will Play Toinonnw. foot ball game beween the local the Presbyterian church, will meet iii'-!'and a team composed with Mre. C. H. Hackney next Thnrs-iof l-layeivs from (he lola lii.trh school day evening. The subject for discus-'jv.'H be :il:i>ed cu the MaclJonald sion promises to be extremely inter-|grounds .tomorrow afternoon. The estlni weigh! of the teams is practically (.he same but because of more practice the chance.s for a La Ilarpe victory jire very uood. Has Appendicitis. iMiss Mabel Ramson who has been very seriously ill with appendicitis for ; the past several weeks, will undergo | -Vrn. Rri-rJit (« Eutertaiii. an operation (his evening. The oper-I •"^I'*- J- ^^ris\xi will cnn.rtain the ation will be j)erformed at her home. Liiuio.s- Aid society at the parsonage .ney.!. Friday afternoon. There: are .1' OSTEOPATIIT— DK. W .11. ALIIKIGUT. Registered Osteopathic Physician. State Bank Didg. Phone 145. Only Osteopath In La Harpe. jnia.'jy ibiii-T, jni.eiint: luid 'sli.-;!. lo be con.sidered at thi.- a full altendanee i.s de- r \ Thf ^vic -Vttrndauce Was Excellent. le attendance at the Iljilly day klce at the Methodist Kpiscopal chnVch was even larger than was expected, there being over two liiindred and forty present at the S-.inday school. In the morning a special program was presented besides a short illustrated sermon. In the evening Revj Jra M. Benham, pastor of the church, preached on "Eternal Builders." It Is (iood Xe-ns. Dr. .T. EveriiiJ-^athell who will lecture in the MeUmdis; Episcoiial church In this city on the evening of November 15tth, is well spoken of by the best known and most reputable peo- i pie in the United States. Edward R. Meek, V. S. district judge Dallas, Texas: 1 li.iv<^ lear.'ied ihai Dr. .1. Everist Cathell is lo go on the lecture platform. This is t :t ;od news. He should beong lo t !it» American public rather ihan to a parish or diocese. • VlEited at Nevada. C. H. Douglass, formerly of thi.-? place, but now residing in Lallarpe, Kas.. is hero visltin.g tie family of W. B. Cook. !Ed. McKim, of .Soholl Cit.v, is also visitin'z \ho ;;anu' family. —Nevada Mail. I'fr.'.oJialji. Dr. I). F. .Stonph. of Chicago, was in the city yesterday and Saturday, the guest of Dr. F. P. Staplelon. He is looking for a location. Hobert Jury left yesterday for I^tr- ions, K ;is., where he uiji make bis fn- t;trc lioiiie. He has. a good pot^itior tiieie in the Katy shops. X)r. A. .\r. Kirkpatrick is vi.^iling i-ol ativcs in r.lue ^!ound, Kas.. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Waters returned today from Kansas City. .Mr. Wafers ha-s been buying holiday goods. Mr. and Mrs. Baker i >f Nevada. Mo., were the guests'of friomls here .i,?--- ;erday. May li0 mm to y|ra thtt tiwre ftre great chicken tttteabg Cstat>Uthib«DU .wbete as, blsh atf ,25,000' fdwli are fcooped on one plant' recetring tti^ fin- lahlns toQcbea' for market They are If^ed and ablpped from « wide radhu to these centeis—Chicago is one—where they-are mostly confined in crates and fed "soup." The object is to keep the fowl from exercise, fatten it quickly, cheaply and in'such a manner that the fat will noti all [CoprWkht. 1808. by C. XI. Bamltz. 'Iheiie arU<flcs and llluatratlons must not be reprinted without special permisaion.J A MODERN ANANIAS. S &pphlra, brini? the sharp .'hears here; This cock's comb's not ctfrrect. You know, he jnust have five points clear. The standard now directs. Just brlnic the h.^tchet 'long with you. Ill clip thl.s nxtra toe. I hope the fancier's fair, and true Wlio'a Judging at this show. And bring the razor also, dear. Ills shank.s mii.«-t b/> shaved clean. I hope we have no cause for fear Of cheaters low and mean. Now wash hlni white with fancy soap And dy.^ with Indigo. If that doe.'^ii't make the brass elope. Poro;;!i;».- will, I Jvnov.. ''^ Yep. t'Hiiil Ills IT " and .«pli''e hi." fall. Tlieiij btacii all niu.m go. Oil. l.oiv run f :tu h :i tnio bird fall To ckasi up the whole show? TI:LI:ORA.M. "Tour Ananla.s cleaned up show- Won all tlio ribbons blue. And thus you see. Sappidra, true, W'hut honesty oan do '" O. M. U. t>e In lamps, but distributed evenly over the body, tbns making a,fine apcearance and furnishing a dellclous- ly fiarored feast. Tbe method is sim- plCj "try our plan. The crate shown Is four feet long, twtinty Inches high and eighteen inches wh^e. inside measurements, and limit length sl.^ feet. Each division holds from four to six fowls. AH slatted except, ends and partitloas nrd all slats two. inches apart except lengthwise bottom slats. wliieU are one :ind a half Inche.'? apart e.Tcept sinr nenre-st back corner piece, whieli is tv .o Thifl arrangement allows dr '7pn !nir.^- to fall through, but ends of <r .^.ie rbnuld he extended do-n-n so fowls' toes will not be bnil.«ed. A canvas cover sboi -ui protect ^at night, and ont'^ide >:l!ed for summer, but shonUl be housed in wiTitcf at a temperature of DO degree^•^ and fowl FEEDING DUCKS AND GEE.SE. Of courst? you wlW sepiirate the ducks nml gepse Intendoil for next year'.>* broedlng froin Hit* market waterfowl and fetHi theni a different ratlin. Fee<l your breeding ducks, nu>rn and night, three parts mash of bran, mids and cornmeal, with lo per cent beof .scrap and S per cenu fine .grit, and atld 10 per cent cooketl vegeUibles or l,"* of steamed clover. To fatten use mnsh three parts cornmeal, one part mids. lo per cent of bulk href scrap and grit. If |>as{nro Is over, feed your breeding geese a mash made up of turnips, beets and cabbage for vegetables and bulky mash oiic-Lalf steamed clover or alfalfa, two-thirds bran iind one- third cornmeal. Throw In mixed corn, wbcat and oats for dinner. Tor fattening geese use three parts cornmeal. ouo part mids, 25 per cent scrap. Be careful not to get your geese too fat or too heavy. Too much.fat makes a grea.s.v roast,' and too heavy birds are hard to sell. A Girl Born. .\ girl was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cortner, livin; at 420 He is a man of rare imel-' ^Valuiit street. HEALS • SORES AND ULCERS Sores and Ulcers are indications of impure blood. They show tiiat tlit circulation has become infected with germs and poisons, which are bciii; constantly discharged into tbe open place -to irritate the delicate nerves tissues and surrounding flesli and keep the sore in a state of inflanitnatior. . am'disease. Whether these iiupurjiies in the blood are the result of .sotn<. debilitating sickness, an old taint from a former di."wase, or wliether it i- hereditary bad blood, there is but one way to cure sores and ulcers, and tha' i/Ho purify the blood. Washes, salves, lotions, etc.. Are often benefici;' j^ecause of'their cleansing, antiseptic effects, l^ut nothing applied to th' /Surface can reach the blood, where the real cause is. and therefore cann< ,y cure. S. S. S. is the remedy for sores and ulcers of every kind. It setsnow: r to tjie very bottom of the trouble and removed everj- trace of iti;purity o poison, and makes a lasting cure. S. S, S. changes the quality of the circu lation, so that instead offeeding tbe diseased parts with impurities, ii aourisbes and heals the irritate, inflamed flesh and causes the \ilcer U \ fill in vdth-healthy tissue by iupplying it with pure, rich blood. Bool; on Sores and Ploers and any^medical aiavice desired sent free to all who write TBB SWira SPECIFIC Ca, ATJUASTi^GA. AN .EGGSPLANASHUN. You town folks who like rich puddings, goldeu pumpkin pies iind de- lieldus fresh eggs for breakfast of a frosty v.inter morning think w.e poultry fillo'.rs have a secret by which wo get egg.s. "Aw « auso of that egg failure Is most- y i>) a little word—fat—and back »f that '.s another—corn—and add to these la<.k of ex<' and you have the whole trouble in an eggshell. r.lddy. like the bear, has tli(> hibernating liablt. Tov.'ard winter she gets lazier an<l lazier. la.\'.s no eggs, but iuictly lays <ui layers of fat for fuel n keep her warm. Don't know why, but town folks juPt fee<l "gobs'* of corn. ,"<eems iin Inherited trait. Of course Biddy like-s it. af.d her fat se,nl- .•-•kln sack get-: thicker and thicker. ;i!i.l sli,' g.'ts lazier ::!;d lar.ler and lays luit. The way to tu.U.-e her lay is to u.<e antifat. .Vntifat consists of no •orn, light mixo<l ration for fat bens and lot* of exercise. UxerHne keeps your hens heiiitb.v and happy. Tbe happy ben sing.s at her work, and a .ringing hen is a bus.v layer. Only feed !i!).iut 20 per cent corn. Make yonr ration of equal parts whqat. oat.s. tnillet and buckwheat and fee<l In litter. Feed yonr corn as cornmeal In t!ie ina-b or as a solid supper on a cold nisht. When .vou scatter grain In the litt-.'r the hens put eggs In tbe i!'»st. .•ind you pur money In the bank. DONTS. Don 't f .irgei that there are many poultry exjiertH with small flocks In the towns :ii :d suburbs. Tbey know gCKxl atork wl '.en it is shipped, so be careful Doiit r .sil to clean house early and wliMcwadi thoroughly. Vou will thus cor in tbe young t-.toL -k before the col.! rains iinu can help put up that stove. Don't feed tnr.rket stoik and brei-d- cn; lo}.el!ier. Separate those for sale. I-'ee*! them a fattening ration, and It will pay. Doti't put off winter preparations until the blizzard arrives. If you do your pre-spects will drop with the mer- ', cury. Don't depend on leaves and buckwheat stnnv for winter litte;!r. Scratch and they gii to pieces. Don't feed leftover Poft mash. It fours In a few hours. Don't feed at irregular honrs or expect your hens to find a grain gold mine hi the dung pile. Don't serve your customers what you WOMM uot eat yourself, and may .tou alway.s have plenty on the pantry shelf. Don't think you know the poultry buslners'from A to Z. but it Isn't nec- essnry for yon to tell your dambness. It will filter throngh before yon do. Don't think the fellow at the other end of the ;di »al if. a dnmmy. He^may be a preacher, and tlien what If yoa chip coUs/. FATTKNINO CBA-rE. should he wanned. Medium slzetl. blocky birds, ilire<» niojifh.-< old. are best. Place restless breeds (.Medltnr raneani In semi-dark location, and be fore crating treat fi >r llee with sulphur and lard. 'J'weiit.v-four <lays. the i)erl(.>d for fat- tenin.';', is divided Int'> two wee!:s and ten days for arrangement of roiion. IIATION.S. No. 1.—Fine ground onts, minus heavy hull, wet up to a porridge with whole milk, whey, buttermilk or water. This gives finest white flesh and select, evenly distributed globular fat. No. 'J.—Two p:;rls grounrl t >.^ts, two parts gnmnd barley, one i>art groun4l 'corn. wet. as before. This give.? pretty yellow tinge, but too much corn makes lumpy fat and Inferior jrellon- flesh. No. 3.—Equal parts ground oats, barley and buckwheat, wet, as before. -•Vlways season with stilt; furnish water twice a da.r. and always have grit and charcoal before fowls. First week feed lightly three times a d,ay^, adding more as appetite Increases. Second week feed twice a day all they will eat In half hour. Last ten day.s. If not using whole milk, feed warm tallow In mash twice a day. Begin with one pound to seventy- five fowls until at the end you are feeding one and one-half pounds. Does crate fattening pay? Well, listen. Three hundred chickens gained ".TO pounds In twenty-four days at a cost of .'•> cents a pounil. They were l!':Ishcd so finely that they commanded 20 cents a jwund. while common poultry sold for 32. Count It up. FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS. , A poem d(Hlicated to John Bughouse, who shows lousy birds: Oh. John, you are ,a thoroughbred At rsl.slng lice, not clilckens! Of all the brands of fancy lice. For Fiz>' .vours hsat the dicl.-en.i. X">f conrs.? yn\i don 't get any prize— The ju-.l^o just gives you fllK- But If you don't wear ribbons home. You bet, you wear prize nits. Certain fancier.^ who jiromise one grade of sto<k and deliver another after they get the cash should be reported to the postoffice department for using the mails to defraud. Uncle Sam has made examples of several lately. , press the button and U. S. win do the rest. The idea that soft feed will freeze In a < hicken's crop If fe<l at night Is foolish. When you char corn with the Idea that It makes tbe grain better, vi .u are simply wasting time, fuel and fe«Hl. 'warm corn. If you wish, but buy your charcoal. It's cheaper and bet ter. .V rooster flaps his wings before cniivitig. .V cock pheasant crows and then d:ips. If you are doing a crowing stvuit. wait till you're out of the wootls. i'he presence of so many ctills in farm tliKks show.s tlwt sonic farmers don't bother much wlth^tlTe chickeus. But culls eat feed, develop littie.vspoil the appeaninee of tbtf flock and. like cull oy -ters. sell low. We bach tbe doctrine -the .snrrlriil of tbe fittest" with the ax. Ooirgetown. Del., is excited over a di!( k ih.-it is setting on grecu .-ipples as to v .-b 'tber she will bateli out green ! ducks or -.ipple dumplings. Wo have advised her to hand them out a lemon for that fake green poach report. A poultryman of Falrhaven. N. J., where artillery was fired by Fnited States troops in n sbnni battle, has placed a claim against the government for (he destruction of hatching eggs In his incubators. The war dei»flrtmeDt is discussing the question whether ar- tlllcrj- Bred two miles distant could spoil a hatch. Till all that red tape's nnwonnd tbe last trumpet will sound. Per FaAlnIn* Mtrbnai Manasers of the skatins rink are continuing their generous extension of pririlegea of using tbe COOT tor tU^ w^ek. lAdIe .i |:nuy-^i (^i every mohilng this veek .noUil day. • • • ' ' • Altruistic Party. The Altruistic club of the First PresbyteriMi church will have a party tomorrow evening for their girl friends. The guests will be entertained at the home of Harrison Barton and William Burtnett on South Buckeye street. ^ •T. A A; Social at Chapel. The Little Blulders ' and their friends will have a social tomorrow night at the chapel. Refreshments win be ser\-ed and a number of Informal games will be played. All friends of the chapel are Invited to be present. 4^ 4- Announcements Here. Friends of Mr. B. F. Culley. Congressman Scott's private secretary, have received cards annoiinclng. his marriage to Miss Fern Florence Hayes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Co-| lumbus Creed Hayes, of Loveland, Colorado. The wedding was solemn*zed at high noon on Saturday, November seventh. Mr. and Mrs. Culley will be at home In Washington, D. C, dur-1 Ing the congressional season. Yarte it once and yoa never will focfet die caplrraliat flavor of bLD GOLDEN. It ii a w^alaoced blending of (ttU-npened and raatfed "(Mf^" Cotfees. and die prodtict it one cl surpassing liclmess and ddy cicy ; it's die kind diatmakes .you want anodier cup. Itsflavorand " strength are always uniform— and die air-b'gjit package keepsitpure. TONE BROS^ Dec Melnea, la. NEWS OF GAS CITY A\ I>TERE.STI\G PROGRAM WAS PRESENTED AT U. P. fHrRCU. 8.000 FAR.MERS TO TOWEXE. L. V. .Starkey and a Few Me'mher.H of the lola Y. M. C. A. BJble Class Had Charge of the Service. All Subjects Pertaining to .Afirrionlture yvill Be FJl.spns.sed. Washington, Nov; 0.—Throe ihous- and farmers, hailing from thirty states will meet In thia city on Wwlnesday next, when the National (Jrange, Patrons cf Hu.sbandry, assembles for its forty-second annual convention. The The pt-jngram presented by the young convention will be significant as bear- men frrmi lola was called the "Qospel ing upon the financial, social and edu- Train." ' Mr. Starkey opened the ser- cational ad%-ancenient cf the farmer, vice acting the part of "Train Dis- Diirlag the ten days' session of the patcher." He was followed by Mr. Grange the programme will cover a Faust as "conductor." Chas. E. May The Train of Life. The entire service last night at the United Presbyterian church was turned over to L. V. Starkey, secretary of the lol.-t Y. M. C. A., and a few members cf j^the y. M. C. A. Bible class. wide range of subjects. The farmers will discuss methods by which the at-; tractious of the home may be enhanced; the plan to buy less and pro-| duce more, that the farms may become self-sustaining; systematizing the work of the farm and discountenancing the credit mortgage system; the necessity for dispensing v.ith the as engineer was the next speaker, He was followed by Prof. Berry As "fireman;" Ballou Helgele as "brakeman," Fred Steele as "flagman", Arthur Metcalf as "news boy" closed this part f)f the program with a very appropriate declamation. Each speaker treated the duties and responsibilities of each trainman and profits of the fiiiddlemen; the advo-japplied them figuratively to the train cay of instrnctlcn in practical agricul-j turo and domestic science in the schools and other themes. .'\ concerted movement will be inaugurated ainon.g the 3.000,00^) members i of the organization to secure the pas-! in congress of postal savings banks and parcels post legislation, to which the national grange is committed. of life. Special music was furnished by the choir. The program was presented to and was well received by one of the largest attdlences to attend a Sunday evening service. >0W ADILTERATIXG «R.V>? A (Jnomm Was >ot Present, No business was transacted at the board of education Friday night because a quorum was not present. No arrangements for a meeting in the future have been made. .Millers Warned Airalnst TIo- biting Pare Food Law. Topeka. Nov. 9.—The federal pure food inspectors are after the Kansas millers who are selling adulterated bran. In a bulletin Issued today by the chief chemist of the agricultural experiment station the millers are thus warned against violations of jhc law: Stmie millers who make corn meal dispose of the corn bran, separated in that process, by mixing it with wheat bran. This practice is not legitimate and If followed the mixture must be designated as "wheat bran and corn bran." and be registered and labeled as described above. Millers can adopt and maintain a high standard for their bran, and put out a product in which they can take pride, only by keeping out all adulter aliens. These by-products of question able character can be disposed of by making a mixed feed with which they may be incorporated, which must of course, be registered with the director of the expeiiment station annually and cairy the proper label and guaranty. Purchasers will then know what thev are getting, and Kansas bran will be of a uniformly high grade. -Vttcation may also be drawn to the act that the rulings above stated are In harmony with the policy of the fed eral authorities in respect to mill products enierln.g Interstate commerce. Consumers of bran and other can- centrated feeding stiiffs are Invited to bring to the attention of the chemist of the experiment station any evident disregard for the provisions of the feeding stuffs law. Addrps.spd Y. M. C. A. Dr. S. R. Swan o this city addressed a large crowd at the Young Men's Christian association building In lola yesterday afternoon. He spoke of "To- jbacco and its Evils." The talk was 'extremely Interesting. Mrs. LeVan Critically III. Mrs. Margaret LeVan, mother ol Marr>- LeVan, underwent an operation at tfte hospital this morning for tumor. Mrs. LeVan went throughi the operation better than was' expected but Is yet in a critical condition.' ' Was In Fort Scott. Earl Maddox returned yesterday afternoon -from. Ft Scott, where he made a brief yilat Personals. Miss Alice Donaho. of Colony, Kas., was the guest of relatives here yesterday. D.r. F. D. I>eavell went to Caney, Kas., yesterday on business. Miss Ida Klnman was In Humboldt yesterday visiting friends. Dr. (}. W. Moore was in Emporia. Kas.. yesterday. A. Depolnter left yesterday for Bar- tlesvlHe. Okla.. for a few days' visit. W. M. Culb'ertson left yesterday for Kansas City on a short business visit Rev. L. N. Leeper returned yesterday from Ottawa, Kas.. where he has been the past several days. What, Smith Campaigned? J. B. Smith came down from lola to vote and also did some visiting among his friends, and incidentally mentioned the fact that he was a candidate for Probate Judee.—Humboldt Union. Scott's E iiNr clothes the nerves and muscles with warm fat.fills the veins with rich blood. It makes children rugged and hardy and fearless of the cold. It fills the whole body with warmth and life and energy. Thirl people sometimes gain a pound a day while taking it. Sari tiiis admOtimmt, IsjOw'-.wA MM of MKtte «kMitt^»KSM^SMr aMMiraMfffv cMli ta OMT imtaiB. ml W wWtii^foi a *tteataKIUMrAUM»ftl»«teU" :t a

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