Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 10, 1908 · Page 2
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• V V.'. - here lokA begun—the interbst being shown b;^ the girls and women who are at the front doing tiie woric—and It was clear tfiat pec^Ie all overJCan- sas and OklalSDmaiilCte proud of the strength to which "this "Kansas infant" has already attained, .• * * * . . To T«l ofXonvention. On Sundaji! aftetnoon next at tho association i^oms, Afiss Seyle -will give a Bumnary of the convention. The service begins at three o'clock and afterwards, with Mrs, Thos. Car* LOAN—J5,000 private money on rigan as hdstess, tea will be served farm land at 6 per cent.—Tola Land Co wtile the ^embers and their friends ' ^MlmamUmmBaum WANTED—Two young ladies to solicit. C, F. 'Florence, Rooms 10 and get beter Acquainted, These Sunday afternoons'' are delightfully Informal and girls Who come once always plan H. Evans Block. to come again. ~ ; 4. « 4. • WANTED—All kinds of second hand Home From Illinois. household furniture.—The lola Furnl- Mrs. A. P. Charles and Miss Ro- ture Exchange. A. W. Beck. Prop. «alia Charles returned last night from p>,n_„ oc a visit In Galesburg. Illlhols/lHrs. ^^""""^ Charles, has spent several/foonths WANTED—Experienced cook at !.=> there and both she and Miss Charles Xorrh .lefferson, the o!d Warner Cafe. • were aiuong the guests at the mar• riage ^f Miss Boss Charles. Alx, WANTED—To buy a good second Charlefe. who has been In Missouri hand buggy. Phone 463 or 1092. tTh^^" WANTED-Iola property •!• • In Parsons. —Fltxfferald, Anto Lirerj-. Phone. + * • Endeavor Meeting, To hpar tho reports of biisines.s And also onjoy a social ovening tho Endeavor society of tho t»rosbyterian church hold a moetlng at the home of their president. Miss Elsa Hlldncr in Wheeler Heights last evening. Mrs. A. V. Lemasters, Miss Annabel Craw- for.d. Miss Florlne Wlieeler and Miss Travis who arc at the hearts of com-: mltteos gave reports of their work. MIfis Mable Brewer, treasurer of the .society and Miss Alien McCall. secretary also gave reports. The Endeavorers are supporting a missionary who has a charge in the orient and some very practical plans were suggested last night to contribute to her support. The contents of a box to be sent as an offering to the Home Mission headquarters was also decided upon. After the business meeting the mem bers enjo3'ed music and spent a very plpjiB .int hour with their iostess. 4. 4. .> Miss Dewey Here. Miss Adelaide Dewey, of Toledo, O., is here to visit her brother, Mr. W. F. Dewey. Miss Dewey has been visiting In Adrian, Michigan, and came to lola from that place. + * * Entertain Friends. nlversary of her birth. There were several merry games and a small supper later in the ovening. The guests wore: Misses Marsarot Smith, Emma, Hall, Ethel Curtis, Flora JohnHon, Kate Smith, Anna Snavely. Alice Baker, Mildred Rhodes, Ruth Gallspic. Mr. an,d Mrs. Chas. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Armour King, Mrs. Laura Rhodes, Messrs .Tim Howell, Otho Es-j linger, John Smith, Will Snavely. John Snavely, Robert Snavely, Tinyj Righthonse and Philip Groonup. • • -> Miss Chamberlain Here. Mi-s^s Mary Chamberlain of Humboldt w.ns in the city a short time yestorlay. Sho attended the Art club meeting at tho homo of Mrs. Carrie Bird. •> • • Art Club. Thrro VTUR a vorv interesting sc-ss- Auditorium TOMGIIT Jack Fotch COMeDY SKATER Ladles Free every morulu? this week except .Salurday morning. WANTED—lola property to exchange for Kansas and Missouri land. Golden West Land Co, Offl^ce over Iowa Mrs. Miller McCreary Is spending[.gtore, lola, Kas. tho winter in: Parsons. She Is being entertalnod by Miss Rachel Mentzor SALESMEN & AGENTS—1:| f $50.00 who l ;nR visited In lola several times, por week and over can be made selling •:• New Campaign Novelties froni now Father Is Here. until election. Sells to Stores, Conn- Mrs. Archibald Jonea Is entertain- ty Fairs, Picnics and Private Families, Ing hor father, Mr. C. M. Richards. Complete line of samples, charges pre^ • •> paldjfor 50c. Order today. CHICAGO Pike-Evans. N07]BLTY CO,, 60 Wabash Ave., Annoimceninot has been made of Chisago. tile marriage of Mi^a May Pike and ,.„,„.„ „„„ . „„„„ Mr. Jatk Evans. The wedding was , WANTED-^ oung men to prepare solemnized two weeks ago, but has for coming examination for Railway been kept a secret. The couple will Mail and other Government Positions, live in Inla. Superior instruction by Mail. Estab- Junior* Daughters. •'^^^'^ " y^"^- Bffslness DB. MILDBED Phjsieten «Bd ;8w »ii ^:g :i5^ OflBce over BuTell'* Drag OfBce Phone 654. Residence 214 B. JaiAwn ... , • Phone 569. ' -' ^ ?« • »•••••••••••••••.•• • '^o* • • • . • • • • • • • - V* DB/MeMILLSir, Special attention given to tluiv * treatment of all ChroQle.DlWMMr^ * ' ea and Diseases of Ghlldrinl ; f Telephones: Office 32, Raa.' 2IS.'' Office over Burrell's Drug Stfffi' # West Madison, : • ••••••••••••• Phone 687. Rea.: Tat • DB. 0. I. COX, • Eye, Ear, Noae and Tbrof^t. * Spectacles Properly Fittod. * OfQce A. 0. U. W. BIdf. • Offlca Tel, 1088. Night Tel. 4M • DR. B. 0. CHBISTliir - " Physician and Snrgera ' Rooms 7 and 8; Evans Bldg. * It is unbecoming to those who do Mrs. E. W. Cantrell has is -!Uod invitations for an Informal at homo on 1 tort book. "How to look at picfiiros. ion of the Art rluh vosterdav after-' ^^'^o^' ^ow to wear It. Ti.ey put noon at tho horao of Mrs. Carrie Bird collars that are not deep enough on North Second strpot. There were ^'"^ " flops over and leaves about a .<;ovoral verv instructive papers rclat- '^''"^ °^ ^^^^ exposed, ng to various departments of art. '^^^ "^'^^ to have an Those were contributod by Mrs. J. O. ^''^^ collar, held up with feath Major. Mrs. Bruce Osborne, Mrs. .Tohn crbonos, then put Ihis ruching at the Delap and Miss Florine Wheeler. The ^hat it stands up around the club will meet again in two weeks. '"^'^^ • .J, ... ,^ A woman who wears small hats Unity Club. shoul.d not touch it. but it Is a good Mrs. CoorKo T. Talbort. on South accessory to tho immense hat. worn Walnut street, was hostess of tho flatly on top of the head. • Unity c'ul) yesterday afternoon. The Thursday afternoon and evening. * + • Return to Chanute. Mrs. L. E. Garnett, of Chanuto, returned to her home last night. She has been entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Fitzgerald. Mrs. J. H. Paris, a sister of Mrs. Ganiett, who has also been here for the past week, will go to Chanute tomorrow to visit before returning to their homo in Larned. * • 4- Return to Bartlesville. Robert N. McMillan, of Bartlosvillo. who was here on Sunday for a visit with his parents returned home yov terday. + • • Priseilla Club. Mrs. A. C. Thompson, of North Sycamore street assisted by Mrs. W. H. Porter, will give a party, on Wednesday afternoon for the Priseilla club. This is the first party since the club was roorgaiiizod this year. * * * Home From Lawrence. Miss Mary Cholette and .Miss Belk' Reld returned yesterday from a two weeds' visit In I.,awronoo and Kansas City. 4. • + Returned to Fort Scott. Miss Mable May returned to l\er Lome In Fort Scott last evening. She STient several days with Mr. and Mrs. Char'ea E. May. Alta Seta Club. Mrs. S. S. Hllscher. 306 South Washington nvonue, will entertain the Alta Seta club of the First Presbyterian church on Friday evening. This Is the regular meeting of the club. • * * Dlnn<»r Party. I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McKInney h»9 a few gtiests for six o'clock dinner last night. The table hel.d a centerpiece of white and gold chrysanthemums and places for Miss Maude Mc- wliich the clnh has boon studying, was reviewed brl^-fly by Mrs. S. A. Coffman. The aftornoon wa.-? fini.shod by a round tabia disensslon, "UTiat the World Owes I'Yanco." In two weeks there will b Ing at the Schoenbrun. another prosram moot- rosidrnco of Mrs. M. It is blasted at tho top of ."locks and sweeps around and back of hair. •:• Music Club. Mrs. P. E. Waugh. .S16 North Washington avenue, is ontortaininK the Music club today. * • • Delta Alpha Club. .\ dozen young women representing iho Df-Ita Alplia club of the Baptist ohurci were happily entertained by Miss Eva Osborne last night. The rcfroshftionts followed a program ol music. * • • Birthday Party. Mi.ss E<ina Keith. C1.S North Fir.-;t stroot had these friends as her guests yesterday afternoon: Misses Sadie Stafford, Leila Brady. Myrtle Myers. Alta Hjirris, tEdith Dugan. Inez Harris and Messrs. Jack Dugan. Lester Bra.!y and Alfort Statler. T!'o occasion was tho sixth birth day of tho small hostess. * •» + New Dancing Club, On Thursday evening the first of a series of dances to he given during tho wi'.tor by an entirely new organ ization will occur in Masonic hall. The heats wi!'. ho a group of twenty young men who have recently organized them solves to be known as the "Marshall Niel" club, and some very in- Ware of Unusnal | formal and pleasant parties will probably IK ? given to extend their hospl > A A Ruchings Wider. The neat little edge of ruching made of crepe lissc or laro. which Pirls have boon wearlni? in ili-.-ir stocks, looks old-fashionod just now. Thn now ruohinj: is two inchos v.i lo is triple and very full. the high tho ear.-. Thousands of suc- The Society, Junip°r Daughters of cessful students. Sample questions!, the King, will have a meeting on Fri- and "How Gov't Positions are *Se^lay afternoon at the close of the af- cured" sent free. Inter-State Schools, ternoon session of school. They will ,„ • ppj„_ Ranids IOWT meet with Miss Louise Hyde, 814 ^^^^^ Kapids, low a. North Jefferson street. •f • * WANTED—information regarding a Morning Meeting. sood farm or business for sale: not There wll! be a meeting of the soci- particulaf about location; wish to ety of the Episcopal church, Daugh- hear from owner onlv, who will sell ters of the King on Thursday morn- ^j^^^^ to buyer; give' price, descrip- Ing at ten o'clock. The hostess will ^, ^ . , ,' be Mrs. T. S. Stover, 220 North Cotton and state when possession can be F. H- MABTIir, • Surgery and Disease* at * Women. Office and Residen<« Phone 576 Office 7 North Jefferaoa. wood street. • • For Mr. Doxsee. Mr. C. J. Doxsee, who for several years has been a member of the choir of the Baptist church, was pleasantly had. Address L. Darbyshire. Box 2025. Rochester. N. Y. FOR SALE- I Cottonwood. -An organ; 511 South FOR SALE—A 22-acre fruit and surprised by other members of that truck farm, 2 miles north of Gas City, organization last night. Mr. and Mrs. bottom land. J. W. McWilliams, Doxsee entertained with their usual /-.» T > o 1 cordial hospitality and music was al*-'^^ "'J- '• happy feature. The guests were Rev. and Mrs. Garfield, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper. Mr. and Mrs. McMurry, Miss Ella Bali. Miss Grace Ball, Miss Clara FOR SALE OR.<TRADE—Good prop-' Harris, Miss May Homey. Miss Emma erty, close In. Call 110 West .Monroe. Dunlap. Mr. Frod Rowrton and Mr. Campbell. fOR ROH'mtaomUmwfouB •V 4 -. Myler-McMlllan. FOR RENT—Hous^. Inquire 208 JEWBLR8. B. F. Pancoast, old reliable JowelK. 110 East Street. Lodge Directbry KNIGHTS OF PTTHIlS^eOlk* Lodge No. 43 meets every ICbndili night at K. of P. Halh VislUng.ln* thers invited.' W. 3. Thompsoh, JBt tt Chris Rttter. K. of R..&ndS,- . ' KNIGHTS OF 3(ACCABSB&^ Knights of Maccabees of the Worll meets In K. P. Hall, second and (Qiirtt; Saturday nights of each montK.' W. Postwalt. comn ^"••r n PftlM'- ter, record keej" > ._iL W. 0. W.—Ci.'vi "H mt :«ui til K. of P. Hall every i'rida>- Qigllt.- T. Steele, C. C. A. H. Qpivis, Visitors cordially Inyited. J Bridal Rose A design ir sterling silver- beaut}' and di.-- jtaiity. tinction. It i- particularly ap ipropriate f o 1 vcr. We have il in .<:pn «vn5, fork.< Gtht-r Kinney, Miss Beatrice l_ Doxsee, Miss Ruth McKInney, MIs^* Alberta Mun- soh, Mr. and Mrs. McKInney and Mr. e. A. Ellis. * * • BiHhdsy Party. A: group MlM HUdrfed' Rhodes' fHibiB were iBHtsd to spend last ev- CDfag At her }uim$ to celel^rate the ad-1 + * + Home From Visit. Miss Lena Culbertson and Ml.^s Edna Xlgh returned today from their visit to Kansas City, and I .4iwrence. They wore guests of;Miss Grace Be wedding gift si)-|don and other friends in tho university town. • * • To Vates Center. Members of the Woman's Relief Corn will spend Thursday In Yates Center as guests of the Corps at that place. There wl'l be a special service and a reception in honor of tho visitors. •f 4> 4> Home From Wichita. Mrs. Thomas Carrlgan and Miss i»dele Style returned last nl?bt from the Convention of the Young Womens ^'hr 'stlan Associations of Kansas and Oklahoma, held in WIchiu. At the convention there were present from ti !e- two states, 321 delegates from fbrtr-slx Bssoclatlons, and this con- repUpq will long be remembered f>7 I 'ttaii^-^djI^egatM who atteikied. The lola 4«Ie»tes had to recite many tim:e8| .^^^ ^ wpiiderfBl ^, way jthe fuwoelatton and all piec€S. On Sunday ^t the biide's home, 202 North Buckeye. North Sycamore street, was solemn- ^ ^ izcd the marriage of Miss Alice My- FOR tXOHAMQE ler and Mr. L. N. McMillan. There -7-"— ;—rr—~ --wore only a few intimate friends and Six Clear La Harpo residences ,$7000 relatives present and after the cere- and *3000. Cash for merchandise or mony an elaborate luncheon was^erv- 'arm. W. 0. Lenhart, lola. Kas. ed. Mr. McMillan holds a resnonsible position with the smelters at Gas City OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO and the couple will live in. Gas City. O O Mrs. McMillan has lived In lola many O Experienced Auctioneer. O years and the family is one of the O To got acquainted with the O best Icnown in the city. O public I will sell all public sales O O free of charge listed before Jan. O MUCH INTEREST THERE. |0 1. 1909. Reference furnished from O O those for whom I have sold. Sat- O Soul Stlrrlnq Sermons/and Inspiring O Isfaction guaranteed. Graduate O Music at the Methodist O of Missouri Auction School. O Church. O Telephone 835. O The revival services being held in £ E. E. VICKERS. O the First Methodist church are pro- © -109 East St., lola, Kans. O stressing satisfactorily. The service last night was one full of Inspiration OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. and help to every one pre?*>nt. Rev. Hamilton preached a strone sermon which was followed by a forceful exhortation by Rev. Mason. QIIR TELEPHONE The singing at these services is a , special feahiro. A large ctorus choir ig constantly ringing these days. Sep-! is leading the music and a strong tember, you know. Is the timie to have • service lasting from 7:.10 to S o'clock the summer dust cleaned oiit of car-' pets. We are bnsy, but your order will receive prompt and careful attention. Phone us today. lOLA RUG FACTORY PhoM sit. M. W. A*—The M. W. A. meets every Friday night In IL.Wi Hall. Visiting brothers tnTlt «d.-F< QL Colfleld. V C, W. A. Cowan. Clei*. ROY.LL XEIGHBOBfiU-Iola CiaF No. 365. Royal Neighbors, ^meeta ond and fourth Tuesdaya of aM^. month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner. ottM' Mrs. Mary Hutton, 413 Wait StMll Recorder. '"'^ t FBAIEBNAX BBOTHEBH0tt |«i«.~^ FraterAal Brotherhood No. 8M mllM:. second and fourth Thursday 'flf'i'ir' month In A. a U. W..IIaH.»\ ' members cordially lQTlted ."W; _ derson. president; Golda BlttilJ- tary. - -r. fleaeral ContnMrt«t..V^a' IT Flagstone and Cement Sidnr «nMl %fi'^'^'' ^ Curbing a SpecialiSv ^M^'V V . | Phone "^l^ - i.s held every night. Results from the efforts of the ministers and the workers are beginning to bo shown and a prroat meeting is looked for. THE S0UT,H AND WATERWAYS. c A Cong reft to Talk of Improvements Opens In Columbus, Ga. Real Estate, Insii. ity and Farm Ultiiifil -=--^=--== '- .v ^^^^ife Low Rate, Annnal Intartat -^f- Payments received at any .ipi time without notice, and ^:.,f., tercst ceases on amount jp^o. 1^ Long or Short Time XaoBS, Cuiininshaiii & Arnett MAGAZINES ASB PiSSIO]IIClI%.. ^ , can bo- fec;or <td ot . .. •.: i. E.''H «Bl«rMB• ," • • who deals with the pqbllshera _ furaiBbes them at tha lowasV Pr ^^i/ Columbus, Oa.. Nov. lO.-The prob-' Possible. Trial subscriptloil. \p ^ lem of how to harness the water pow- Norden'a, 3 months 25«. . ivi^ vrJ^j,' or of the South Atlantic and Gulf pi^bne 98. v-—- OIH EXHIBIT coast states to run the busy mills and factories of this section, and a'so the border question of bringing Northern B markets into closer touch with Sou. • them prediction, by means of inland canals, are being dealt with at an im-' portant gulf coast Inland . waterways of hifih class Jewelry was never so ? Sf '^'^'^j' ., , . „ , • ... The sessions will conclude tomon;ow. emptingly beautiful as at present. A ( several Northern states, among remendbus variety to choose from them Michigan and Illinois, are repre- md Interesting prices throughout the sented at the meeting. Robert Isham -ollection j Randolph of Chicago, will be among the speakers and O. M. Leighton. chief hydrographer ot the United States, and Senator Fletcher of Flbr- ' Ida aldo will make' addresses, . The if great beauty. Scarf Pins, Cuff fonner will discuss "Federal Policy in Links, Bracelets, etc. Tv»^^i«r.™x«. 414 ^ BB6fcwro|X^ JEWELED RINGS Waterways Development." I An infant Child Dead. An infant son ojf Mr.~and Mrs. J?: Herahey, of OanrS^ij, died laat night Poneral »e<j.lce^a l^eld this ^fterr , noon^d hfi^ fnut misde in-the ' Harpe-<*««t«rj»;^^;-'. '<^--^-^<^^^^ If you are contemi^i: erection of a moniiiilieBJ' 1«%^ call and see oBit^^ up-to-date stock of I, Ainerlcan Qranltea.i'i; the best that cffi^-^ on the market, equipped with a" ™ ed air letteriag 'mttp teririg and u^^^ are the ver class worlt! get prices, wegi

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