SHBIOUl^inXBSC iiiESPJg OTMB^ yomm i» itaar Tim MenBeMndThhBmlik C. H. DeCIate, President J. D. Arnett, Vice President. OFFICTES. • L. M. Clifford. Second Vice President n. Hobart, Cashier. C. H. DeClute, J. D. Arnett. B. E. Clifford, J S. Walker, I .r. D. Arnett, C. H. DeClute L. M. Clifford, Chas. H. Apt, J. F. Nigh, R. M. Cunningham, C. C. Ausherman, May Tholen, Geo. S. Davir, DIBECTORS. H. M. Miller. J. E. Jones, W. G. Miller. Frank Ril**.. STOfKHOLDER.S. n. K. Clifford. .T. E. Jones, IL M. Mill**r, Winifred Walker, Clara W. Fou3t, J. S. Walker, J. i:. B. Miller, R. E. Culberfson. Sadie V. Miller, Cbas. H. Apt. J. F. Nigh. II. Hobart L. Hobart, . it L. Thompson, Frank Bale. W. E. Ralston. Fr. McDaniel. Dr. C. E. Core, W. G. Miller, H. Hobart. State Savings Bank GmpHml $25,000 Mm, Kmammm Open from 7 to 8 p. m. Saturdays and Pay Nights READ! A few hundred M secUoBS No. 1 western land at $1000 and np. GOLDEN WEST LANI> CO. Office Orer Iowa Store. ' Thorpe & Boagh Cratraetora, En^eers, Snrrejers. Fully equipped tor all kinds of Tirveylng, estimating, patent draw- Ivg, blue prints, maps, sidewalks, curbing, and farm drainage. OlBce Orer ^Famoas." Use No. 7 Flour Good as any—better than most Don't Forget Our 1 MEAT MARKET We handle only the best of Fresh Meats, Smoked and Salt Meats. We Want Your PRODUCE farmers, and will pay the highest market price !n cash or trade. Come tn and see us. We are sole agents for J. M. Bom's COFFEES and TEAS If you win give this line a trial you will use no other. Fryer Br(^s. PboBe ^1, SOS. lob, Kansas. Short Stories BBBSSa; O r SSSBSSBB lola Happenings $1.00 btitile of Wahoo for 35c at J. D. Mundis & Co. Haddock on Trial. The trial of Will Haddoclc. charged with disorrlorly conduct, was beinm in police court this afternoon. George Taylor filed the complaint against Haddock eh.-ir.sing that Haildock insulted hi."?. Taylor*.'; wifo. —CnnnlB^ham A Arnett, 8 per cent money. Married Here. 5udge J. B. Smith yesterday afternoon w.^rrifd Earnest Harmon and Mis.-; Xcllic Rice, both of Chanute. The crroora formerly livt'd in Tola. Evans Bros. Smmptlam m»mm, itammmUmm Oniom MmmmUam Where qnaltt? la mala «iniat#- •raUon we boy ttaa beat Wfcara demands will Inatify, we earrr KU cndee and prlOM. IM* Hun. — Always fine to eat at Our Way. Schetl Funeral. llor.icp P. Scholl died at his home in Bart'e.^vill.-' at 10:20 S?atiirday evening after two weeks suffer!ni; from aeiite pneumonia. Deceased w.is ."I .'.ears old. H.^ leaves a widow, ilaiigh- ler of. .Mr. and Mrs. .lo 'rn Re<^ves of this city, and two sons, age/1 J> and 11 years. Funeral was IieM from the Baiui.st chnrcli in this ciir this afternoon. conduct»^d by Rev. W. W. Searcy, pastor, and inn^rmont followed in Fair view cem-'fery. Mr. Pch'^ll wa-j? a newspaper man v.cll known to the craft in Southern Kansas and Xorth- irn Oklahoma. At ihe time of his death he was pulilislinj? the Cherryvale .loiiinal and Bartb^svi'lo Independent. He has many friends among the newspaper men and .nmonc: the people here and . T : Barilesvillo who sincerely repr-^r JjL^ nniinK -'y decease. —rherry%-ale Rf'puMicnn. vara ERheriWitfy; A Sf^oiar ^oasg real estate man of Knaaholat Pixs aade the sscst aitpitx priate election bet that.cas been reported so far. He siade a wager witji an eqoall/ popular young lady that 4 Bryan was elected he was to kiss her. If Taft wa.n elected Bhp was to do 'the kissing. He figures it out that he wins either way.—Bnmboldt Herald. Co| IIOBsekell and plaao moring; laigest Ftore room IB city, none S5& Expensive Watch Fob. •«h. M. Smith ha.s what he clain^s is one of the most expensive watch fobs in town. It wasj presenbe.d to him by a cement company and he says there is a small amnimt of radium in the gun metal part of- the fob which of course maXes it cost something-. The leather part of the fob was m.ade from the hide iof a $5,000 registered Hereford hull:—Humboldt Herald. —Sljjn painting, phone U2S. Fred Rowden. Locate at Humboldt. John H. Frazen. of• Golden. III., wns here last week and purchased the Thnnny farm .'^ontheast of HumhoMt. Mr. Frazen will move here next spijing. He wa.=; accompanied by W. J. Buss and his brother E. .1. Bus.^. .Mr. Buss beside."? being in the real e.^tate bu.^^iness is the inventor and inannfac- [ tury>r of a seed distributor that i^: ca\v abljO of .sowing sixty acres of smalt gr^in in a day. He will probably have it ^n the Humboldt market in the spring.—Humboldt Herald. •-Prank 3. Baattle. y. 3. Phona 189. Watrous Is Sick. .lohn Wairous, deputy collector of internal revenue, who is sick at the -Alarsh House, will be taken to his homf^ at Bnrlingxon. tonight. Dr. A. Haggart will accompany him. Mr. Watrous is progressing favorably.— ] Ottawa Republic. Superb Walking: Suits Of hard-twistffl serge, worsteds,.etc., the craze of the season, newest models, among them you'll find modiOp.d "Direc- toires"—$26 and $30 values at m75 —Oysters any style at Our-way. Visitlni? Hi* Broihrr. p.. F. Ftincher. of Allerton. Iowa, is here visiting his brother, C. M. Fancher. He will return home this week. —Dr. J. fi. Pepper. Deatlst. Fhoae 16S. Dr. Bard irk IFere. Over one thousand men leathered it ibe first international student Bible conference in Cohnnbus, Ohio, last week. The chief purpose of the con- icronco was to bring to the attention of the students of Xorih .Vnierica. the mc-sage of the Bil)Ie to individual and naiiona! life. Chancellor Strong of the Fniversliy of Knnsas. and Dr \V. C. Taync of ih«» I niversitv BUde iKiir lieii.se. d« iivered :i(Iiir»-.-se Dr. W. L. Ihirdick. .1. I*. Hit-cennan. C. L. Hanson. H. C. Herman and 1.. I».epgli- ey were oiht-r miivor.>ilty leprfsenta- iv»?.'-. —Our Oysters Way Born.x to Wrei«Ht. Deliink. Wichita, Kas.. Xt>v. 10.—••Farmer" Mariin Burns j;nd <"barl*^.s Doviink l -Rill wrestle here Thur.-day cvenintf. This is expected to be the be.st contest ever pulled off in the city. Delivuk has won all the niaiches he ha? mad.' in the state and "Farmer" Burn.s .8 among the best i-a his ciass. —Be a Boo-ster—Home Industry— Neosho River Cat at Our Way. Were at Nevada. L. .Tnyncr will l<^av.-> tomorrow for Colorado. Mr.~. Jnyn>r will remain here a weok or so visiting her fa(iter. A. B.' Cockf'rill. » = = Wes Goo.dwln n :is3ed through iK -re 10(1.-0-. 'nroutc from EWorado ro lula. Ka.-. » * «• A. B. Oilfinan and wife, of loin, are regis- tere.l at th" ^^rr•'.••ll.—N-vada .Mail. THE lOLA ICE AND COLD STCHtACC CO. ' Haaofitctarars, Wbolaaalt CRYSTAL ICE And Distilled Water Irir C «!l Stong* M*aij in ••stee«& PfetM UC FRANK RIDDLE, Msr. Staves Set up and contiected, also any other gas fitting. Good work and reaionable charges. Phone 29. Ten on all work For a shtirt time only, you can buy Wahoo at nCc per bottle at Mundis. Here to School. Floyd Coleman went to lo'.a today noon, where he will take up the com- mf>rcial course in th-^ lola Business Collece.—Cherryv.ile Rr-putdican. —Fresh Oyster*—Our Way. Exception Noted. Mrs. Shannon, colored, mother of Eddie ^Shannon, the boy who is allefr- od to have attacked his teacher .it tlic Bassett schoo! several daya ago. takea exception to tho statcmenc that her boy had a rock with which he was about to strike the teacher. Exception is noted he^rewith. Wahoo 33c per bottle at Mandls'. School in Church. The first grade of the schools moved into the Holiness church building Ibis morning. MlRs Nettie Chambers, the teacher, had the little ones well in hand at rec^'ss and ihey were playing games in the building which gives them plenty of room. There are sixty five pupils is this grade and no room in the mala building is large enoi^ to accomodate them. The <diange win give more room for the older gratfea. —Humboldt HeraldL \ OVERCOATS >Vc havf a rooiiilet<' line of Orer ToatN Fall Overcoats and f'rarfaiPttes la all the new stjies and rolors. The Bew -IBIO." *-iluh-* and •^lawsmato" Ovrrroats or Cra- vlartte. are' certainly «wcll styles. \ow is when y«u want thcHU Coat Special An extraordinary value in ladies' new long semi-fitted Coats in most desirable shades, Sl-S 50 to $22 valued, Wednesday and 0|C flO Thursday at dl3lUU Coat Special No. 2 The price we name in this instance is but a fraction of the garments real worth, for every time one is sold the price should have been $10, at $6.98 Sensational Dress Goods Selling! For more than a week our Dress Goods Department has been unusually busy in waiting on the eager palrona for the splendid values we are selling at about one third less than usual prices, and still the big sale of Dress Goods goes on. Think ol it. $1.25 dress goods at 08c: ^^c dress goods at 75c; nllP 65f, Toe and 85c Dress Goods at UUU eOME TOnORROW! FRISHMAN S South Side of Square —Paper Hanging. Phone 1428. Fred Rowden. To and From Oilawn. !!. N. Slater came here this niorn- ini? from lola and spent the day on biisiaess. * • * Mr. Bert Starks spent Siind.iy at his home in lola.—Ottawa R.-piih!;.-'. —iBsIst OB harlBg -17. 8." floar. Mrs. Sapp in Town. 3 ^rs. .Tojlin Sapp of M<y"an. was in i the city ijoday rlsitins friendfi. ' —ChrT=anthf-muins and fine ones, now at Primmer'.-s Rreenhonses. 'TiS SAID Thai Ituiluiion i» lijc aiiiccrtsL form oi flattery; io it -is easy to tee \\\\y we are imitated. But since we have perfecf. confidei.ce in tlie ultility of an intelligent and discriminating public to decide who leads and never follows, we will only add that we are still giving our patrons that same honest quality that made iis leaders. #ote Laundry W2 O'MARA'S FIRST APPEARANCE —Merchant'* Lunch at Oar Way. Colonel Knew Better. j WJirn a man asked Colonel Saphar to quiet some boys wbq were making a disturbance during the addre.ss of'op^„^^ American Tour in Phlla- Mr. Lamb .at the Majestic theatre last delphia Last Night. ni?ht, the Colonel replied: "Not I. Tlj. V woiiM tell me to get my hair Pi.iladelphia, Nov. K'.—Joseph O"- <^u! " JJnra, the Iri.<»b tenor, opened his .Vmeric-rn lour at the Walnut street theatre here tonifiiit in >he romantic Irlfih comedy. "PeRpy Machree." ThfB ts .\fr. O'.Uara's flr.'ft appearance In thf I'nlted Statt--; in a nuin- I)er of yf»ar.'<. Tin- jilay t<-lls a story iof Ireland in the e.fglifeeiuii Cfntnry. •Ml of ti.i- inu.-,ic is of fri.sh oriulu an-I tncludori uld nicdo'lics and folk .soiis;.s. .Mr. 0'.\lara i.s supijorted by a large company headed by .Mi.s.-; .\drienne -Viisarde. :i youn .s; Enslish .-ictrtHs. Oh! Rats! /tati! X\'hen .Tanlior McPhec presented his s.Tl.iry bill to the county comgaisfdbn- .ers tMs mornin?:, he had deducted •from it 7."> cents for the sale of two ;squirrels and 2f> cents for /Iwo rats. iOhf Rat.s' . «—Six per cent money: no commit* alon; no delay.—Smith ft Travla. —Dr. P. E. Waagb, DentkU Phone 32. Captain Ewing is Better. Captain H. A. EJwlng, who has been! quite,ill. is now Improving. He ISJELECTRIC LL>E FOK L.VWKE-VCE. still weak and walks with the aid of; \\y. R. Stnbb!* .Sevs Pr«po.«ied Kiwd Is a cane. I to Bfgin at OnroJ —Soda Water, the Oar iWay kind. Cfte Batclau Shields \ C/oihmg Cc^ • niiB aoDii or <HJiim.' AftraUoQ A. H. T. A. All members are requested to be at the meeting i Lawrence. Kas., Nov. in.—At a spe clal meeting tbe city council granted a franchise for local service for an electric, line to a company headed by .present at the meeting Wednesday j W. R. Stubbs. J. B. Stnbbs, .V Henley Store. Very important boalness. A. H. DAVIS. Secy. W. H. irCLURE, Pres. : «kit«Ovr 1^ Soda Water. —FItiferali Storafe aad Transfer HM hert aai «Blefeest my If Th» D. J. HILL CHRISTENED LINER. German Boat George Washington Launched on German Coast. - -Siattin. Germany. Nov. 10; —The -Steamer. George Washington, of the North :;erman Lloyd line was suc- cesHfiilly launched at Brodow today and Christened by the. American am- ba .<4 .<ador. David J. Hill, who made a brief s-iieecli before breaking the bot- tlf of rli ,niiii);ii:ii.' ovf 'r the vossel'd l)OU lloiirdirtte in Ft. •irott. riaiiilf I'.'iiirdf'tie. who was formerly jT .fi'lov'd "11 :hi> caper, wai* In tliv fiiy .Nf ->!>Tday nn his way from <'iiriir<L wtM-ff he has recently lieen at work on iii«^ .\i>iH-al to Iteason, to Kan sas ri:\* -!'t. Scott Republican, (Flr .st Published. October 14. I90S.) Treasury Department, GOice of the Supervising Architect, Washington, D. C October 22,1&08.— Seale^ Proposals will be received at .this office tintil t o'clock p. m. on the 16tU day of November, and then opened, for the coast met ion (including plombing, gas piping, heating apparatus, electric cbnduits: and wiring), of the U. S. Post Office at lola. Kansas, in accordance with the drawings and specification, copies^ of which may lie hadiXrom tbe Custodian of the site at lola, Kansas, or at this ofnce, at the discretion of tbe Sapervisiog Arcfalteet. JAMES KNOX TATIdOB. SaperrldiaS Ardklteet.
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