Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 8, 1907 · Page 5
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tnEllLA DAILY HEfllSTEB. FRIDAY BTEXISC. XOTEIIBEB 8. tt07. Mm VmimHmatiy thsptiml West Street, lola, one block from square. Dif^ases of domesticated animals successfully treated .charges moderate.good box stalls for patients Calls answered promptly night or day, 20 years experience. Veterinary Dentistry a specialty. FrmukS,BeuWe, V,S. Honor Qraduate of Ontario Veterinary College, Prop. Hospital Phone 1068 Res. Phone 139 RATS! Get rid of theiu RAT-BIS=KIT Does the Work. Either for Rats or Mice 15 Cents a Package At SPENCER'S CITY NEWS. Mundls' White Pine with Tar will cure your cold. THK lOLA police have been notified to enforce the "spitting on the sidewalk" ordinance iu that city. It needs cnf<ircing in Humboldt, also. People are beginning to forget we have such au ordinance.—Humboldt Union. Matinee Saturday Dixie Minstrels. at the Grand. DK. a. F. .1A.WKS0>. Tlip Siicr >'Niifiil Aiir- tlonepr, VHrrinnrfaii. F.irin '.3J|'..MI IViliElrtnl Mi ^vk •.Hi*-* iiijul*- miywlii-ic Vutfi- inaiv laIN «ti««<rtd <l.iy or iliKlit fXTirr with I1O«KI:I'>« Jtms riirm- 1.-,. It •.irifinc p.. Inl.A KA.NSAS. TUB CO.V.MISSIONERS vi.sited the county farm la.st evening. They found everything in ?:ood condition. Today tliry ba*-o been cancelling warrants vhich have accumulated in the past thrct! years. The warrants are for .small amounts but were many in number. P. E. Wanch, Dentlfit. Phona 185. Office oier BarrcU's Drag Store. Till-: INF.WT child of ..Mr. and Mrs. Ktta Reynolds of Xl.j South Tenth street, who died Thursday niciruing, wart taken to the Uayard cemetery tliis morning at s"ven o'clock for liurial. Quite a niiml>er of friends ac- coiiipatiiod tlie funeral party. ^ Dr. Beynol^. Phone 188. Bet. <14. TH1-: MTTI>: three year old daiiph- ter of XVill Refrow. colored, of Bassett.' fell off a iKTch last evening about lour o'doelc. breaking .in arm. Wanted—Everybody to know that W. n. Kelley & Son have moved their transfer and storage office to 211 South Washington.OlTIce and Day Phono 200. Rcsldenco and night Fhone 17. R. S. GILFILLAN, Oeneral Contractor. Flagstone and Cement Sidewalki ant Curbing a Specialty, Office' 115 East JacksoB AT*. Pheae tti. Iowa Store Special Line of Sample Hosiery All Colois, All Kinds. We will put up our Sample Hosiery with anything iti town for flurability and l»cauty. Yon can jjet any kind of a Stripe, .Mixed Col<)t ;i or anylhtng you vvatit. Doirt forget the Iowa Store A. G. MUMMA, Prop. UVX. CAMIMUOI.I. of Cas rily and .•I gii 'Vlly lHli:!biT of ln-ople i -xpcct Ki alli 'iid the revival m"'»-tinRs at lh<! K:i>t lola cliiireh tonight. Tlie Daii'lv Dixit- .Mitislrel^ at the Ctand .'^aiunlay inaiim^e and ni^ht. Free dirt at Luccock's. A CAMIO Mf basket b .Tll wi'l bo !>!.i>i'«l at the V. M. C. A. (Iiis i-vcii- iijs lit'ivvf 'i 'n tl '.ivd and fifth tennis v.Iiirh will di-cidf wbieli of tbi> teams i.^ i!i ilic'li-ad for tho \n-nniwt. 'V\w tliifil team is II. Osbom. W. Osliorii. F Peres. F. Paigli. Carilner. raj)t. Fifth. Rankin, fapt.. B. Jlcigele, V. .loiies. H. Heylmun, Ov;M-all. I»r. WilJry, Oculist. l:;ia fold Cures in. Mtindis' window. TinoUR will lie a reception .given .Tt tlie R. church tomorrow evp/i- iii= to the C(> new nieinhers. The iiub- lie is cordially Itivited. Will trade good lot for light rubber tired bugg>' and harness. Must be good. Call at 105 South Second. Cur'^ y.mr cold by using Mundls" jwiiite Pine with Tnr. r>on"t miss the bii: minstrels at the CriiiKl Saturday matinee atid iiishf. If Von are v.-inviiis; over a we.iU stoinacli. use ;IJK1 fee how :-ooii yon will he well. Chas. II. Spenler mtaraiitees to refund the money if .Mi -o -!ia lai!.'' to cure. HKATII ntO.M .S( AKI.KT FKVKR. FRISHMAM'S VERY SPECIAL SATDRDAY SALE $12.50 and $13.50 Coats, Swell Loag Models $9.75 An attractive fashionable collection of the choicest style lola has seen this year, au opportunity without precedent. Coats that have the long swinging effect, highest grades, military braid and velvet trimming, satin lined throughout in white, black, grey, large tailored sleeves. Materials, Broadcloth, French Melton' or Kersey. A big assortment to select from. Remember at $9,75 Very SpeciahWomen's Coats $1475 Tliis is an attractive Broadcloth coat, 52 inches long, neatly tailored, beautifully trimmed, full sleeves and lined throughout with guaranteed satin, a variety cf styles to select from, worth $20.00, very special at $14,75 GRAND V Satardar Blatinee and Night. PAyPV DIXIE MPiStRELS. and ,1 Cotton Pickers' Band. Uflflscal Price Offeriog On Children's and Misses coats great variety of st3des of Bearskin, Mottled Plush and Astrakin, prices $1.95 to 7.50 AT THE SIGN OF THE ...HAMMER.... (Under this heading the Register -will be plo.ised to print the views? of its subscribers on any subject concemInK which they may wl.'ih to write. If you 'wish to kick about anything, or air your views on any subject, toll it through the Register. Contributors should give their names and addresses: they will not be printed. >»d- d.'-csa all communications to the iJeslster.) "THE EVILS OF LIFE." Rev. J. W. Hicks Will Close Revivals With Unusual Sermon. Evan.:,'eli.st .1. W. Hick.s, who for the pa .st tiiree weeks has conducted a bis revival at the United IJrethcm church v.il! close his work in lola next Sun day nii;bt with a sermon on "The I Evils of th? Present Life.". Sunday I tiiep.t r-;s. dancing, drinkinjr. pamblin .ET, As eiiier of the Seventh Dav ,\,iven-' ^^''"'='''0"' I'layin.c;, billho;u-ds and t St chuK-h. I U-i'\ it my duly to mv j m-in.*' other .subjects are to he taken church and to DK? people of loJa lo I "P detail. ABOUT THE SALARIES. Have the right kind of entertainment. When, you wish to pass an evening pleasantly at home with friends one of the best .means of enjoyment, is a Phonograph. If you do not already own one of these in.stnimenrs now is the time to buy and provide yourself with entertainment for the cold weather. If you have got a Phonograph, come in and hear the latest records and make your selection. All the latest now iti stock. John V.Roberts Music House Council Divided as to Question at the; . Meeting Last Night. »TEYER'» GROCERY ' H«a*|iiart«ra faa Good Things to Eai. TeleJihoDe 159 make a to statement in answer to tlio riiiilni .Sharpe .Siiccunibs lo » Cou- lauiiuis IMseji>e, 'III.' (iisl dealll by scallel leVrM V. lilrli hii.s lie,';i repmled iti iol.i for evei.il iiioailis ocelli red Ibis iiioinlim ;ii nine oilork wliea ICIiiiii:!. the (ive verir 'Id oi !{ (•'. .Sb.iipe. '.;]'> Ve.i slveei. jiassed av.;iy. The litt|r> chl lieeanif II with tin- lever Mveiily <(.iy.-; ;iKo and for tiie l,i I 1« w d.ivs i! vv,)s ilM.ii-ht lh:it her condition w.i.i improved. Dwiii;^ lo the iKitiiie ni' the dise :i '.e the fimeiiil service will 1M. a .siijeily I'liv.-it" ;ilf:iii. luli'Vliifiii nil} fa'e |l:ice m tlie new |ol ;i eeti'^tei-.i iioitll of tov. l;. recent sttitemeni of .Mr. Harris of the Ifrjse tlieaire. .Mr. Harris declar<.'.<5 that he is au .Adventist and will otaerve tha 7th iluv. while his partII r. .Mr. KiiMer, will reeo ^iil /.e Sundii..'. the 1st. ilay. 15y thi-s fi 'nii th<* irioviiiAr pieiiirc sliow could be i -iin the si 'ven dayr. of the week. I do not kmivv Mr. IlarrlK person- ,i!l.v. bur ; -lo know tliat In praciirc jie Is mil an Adveiitist. althollRh he iiMiy be III theory, Tlie rules of ouv chiiicli forbid a niembcr of the Advent ist faith etit ;'rlii;; Into parltiev- Kli ;p with a man who condiictH tlie liiisliiess on the seventh day and forbids him lo shari' in the jiroflts secured by work on the .seventh iU\y. .1. -M. .lONRS. SIK 01 l{ WAV KEt KlVKIt. 111 Sonik Tfastilngton.—Hello 111 lola Bosioess College Hlg/ti or Omy Soas/on Peoraansbip, Arithmetic, Elocution, BookieepinB, English, Phy.sical Cul- Jiire. etc.. Shorthand, Letter Writing. PR7PAR1NG FOR UTE TROUBLE. The Department of the Missouri Getting Trahsportation Facts. Leavenworth, Kas., Nov. S.—^The do- l>artnient of the Mis.souri army head- •jiiarters is maklivg inquiries relative fo^r^usportatloh laciiities at the various postB In this section. If the Ute Indians require watching this winter, mules and wagons from this and other |)osls will be forwarded. No troops will bo taken from here. Don't be discouraged If other remedies have done you no good. Try Hol- llster's Rocky Mountain Tea. the greatest blessing to suffering humanity. The surest protector against disease. 35 'centa, Tea or Tablets. At Burrell's Drug Store, Don't Get Run Down Vcrj' few diseases can per a iocii'.old u !i a. vigotous con- slitution. Ai'Tiost cny di.-icsse makes an easy inroad when your general health is below par. That's v.bccc DR. D.JAYNE'S TONIC VESM5FUGE comts iti. It sets in the way that ail the most proprcssivo physicians endorse—along the line alprauention. It isn't an unnatuftU Stimulant, but a meanti of mslcir.g the sssimilstive organs do their v/ork uil- impeded and thoroughly. ' J *7B«'« S «n>tiTe PUIt— a cenlle, fate ard cflcctive Liver Kcgulbtor. Known Mid used ior 77 yeait. (reditors Hrint; Action to KcTovpr From (Jny Pees. .\. I.. I '.iiiiiil .atiuh and F. .F, Morton toda.v iiioiiirlit suit to !oc<iver .$71 ."i •,l.i!n:i'.;es Vrom (!ny Ppcs. receiver for the 0 :ir Wuy. wliicli went inio baiik- ni'itey lecently. .Mr. Tees' bondsmen are niMde parties to the case also. The case xrow.s oiii of the attachment proceeding's broii ,i ;hr by .Mr. ISriimbaiigh and .Mr. Ibirton the day the business Weill inic) biinkruptev to recover the stock to satisfy a ?Ti") mortsa^e alleged to have been lield by t]ip pl.iin liffs. Ir Is .•inc?;ed ih:]t while the stock v.as ill t!:e iiossession of the plaintiff;^ .Mr. Pees took charge of it liefore ir could be sold under the jirovlsions of the KionKage and that he now holds it v.ithoiit any ri>,'ht. Tile Dieiiibers of the cast of chai ^i acters for the jday. ••R2becca's Triumph" will meet at the tisnal place tonight for a rehearsal. Miss Ijoacli win be present. The proceeds fnun this play will h.» used to improve the fountain iu the square. Early next sprin;r a specially constructed Ico box will be Installed so that the water may be kept ice cold during the summer. Tickets for the play may, be secured at Crabb's. ir TRiniPHED ALL RICHT. >. Mheeler, of (Jus City, t'oulil Jlurdly }I!{rnito. W .N. Wheeler of Gas City was lined five doiiurB and costs this morning In police court for drunkenness. He was arrested last night by Ofllcer Todd. lie had :been fmblbing a' concoction known as '.Triumph," which bad triumphed over him to the extent that navigation was a lost art. He paid ap and was released. , J. Anderson, mr talJor. !• now ready tor liDsioesa oyer Contaot'a hardware. The Sunday closing question, from :• st.-iudpoint r)f other relltrious organ- izal'ons which observe anotiier day, will be discussed by I{<'v. Hicks. The s:'rin<)n jiroinises lo lie one of the plainest talk .s ever siven to an lola audience and ih' church will probably h" full iiiioii th .-it. iifKht to hear lite ••.ernion. Ill the lime lliat Pev. Hicks has been ill lola. there have b .-ell Ih; ad- il'llons to the cliiirch and many mom conversions. On loiiiorrow niglit at the cliiirch ;i big receplbm Is to be given bv the cliiinh members to the new iiieniii .Ts. T!ie iniblie Is,invited t'> atteinl this n-cepfioii. Kev. Hicks will nn from here to Parsons, Kas., whero ho will conduct anotlii'r revival meeting. •V Siirniflcant Pr.ijer. "May the Ixnd help you make Huck- leirs .-Nniica Salve Ttnown to all," writes .T. (1. .lenkins, of Chapel Hill, N. C. It (piickly took the pain out of a felon for nie and cured it in a wonderfully short time." Best on .earth for sofes, liiirns and wound.s. L ',")C. at ail drui; stores. .•V v?ry animated argument occiw--, red in council meeting last ui.ght when the question of a raise in salaries of some of the employees of the public ' utilities department came up. Messrs. Stone. Rodgers and .Vewb}-. heads of the electric, gas and water depart- j monts, respectively, think that they| sl;ou!d get salaries of each, j Cierks Hankins and Varner think they should have $6i) and^fOO respectively. Mr. Cowan objected to a raise of salaries and Dr. Glynn championed the move. Some very pointed remarks were made. It finally resulted in the request of the first thre.-» employees I'ein.g turned down and the others granted. HAD \0T T.\KKN A !>IM\K. MEETING TO BE INTERESTING. Citizens Will Arnue Subject of Government Commission. From the present outlook there will be a large crowd present at the mass meeting of citizens which will be held In the Farmers room of the court house this evening for the pnriiose of considering and talking over the commission fonu of city government. Pesides tliere being man.v present who believe in the form there will he a number on hand to do what they can again.st it. If the form siiggest- e--i maets sufllcienr encoura.gement it is likely that some action will be taken at once toward adopting it here. Claim of Cnlvlti Urr Who Was Sing- gerhig Cnder n Henry Juir. f'lilvin Orr, a resident of (las City, sent to Kansas City for a stiinulatit called "Our Ilobliy." aiid after taking frequent'nips came.over to lola. He had the .i;oods <m him when iirrested bv Olticer Todd. He in.sisted. however, that he had not had a drink all da.v and was a gwd fellow. It cost him $."> and costs in police court this morning . C OTTON C1M>P IS SHOKT. Washington, Nov. <S.—The censu.s bureau today issued a biiMetin showing the total crop of this year's growth ginned u(> to November 1st to be O.lKT.OfiO bales, compared with 6,906 395 hale.-; for 19f>f5. REFERRED TO JUDGE FOUST. Bill Bailey, who yesierdaj' asked tho county commissioners for a parole, was referred to Judga Foust. Bailey is serving time for the violation 01 the prohibitory law. He has sened but a very short time on a sentence of ninet.v days. The commissioners fhoughf that his ai»pIicatIon for parole should go to Judge Foust. and took no action on it. Dfgtiiiel later One hohdred ponnds of Crystal Ice will make 12 gallons of distilled water snitabla for family, tise. Try It Iclalc^&CdldStongeCt FkANK RIDDLE, Mgr.. ' ^ PERFECTION WICiCfffiOIL STOVE Pl'BLIC SALE. I will sell at public sale on what is known as the Kulton farm on Kltn Creek one mile south and half mile east of Electric R. R. Power House, half mile south and one mile west of Prime Western smelter No. 2 (Wis City on Monday, November 11, liif>7. commencing at one ociock p. ni. the following iiropert.v to-wit: One span of large :',-yeav-old yiules. one sorrel mare 11 years old. one black nrare 9 jears old, thre^ cows all giving milk, three 2-year-o!d heifers, one .vearling heifer, oae brood sow, live dozen White Wyandotte cliickens; seven dozen other chickens, one farm wagon, one spring wagon, one top buggy, one set double harness, two sets -single harness, one corn planter, one 12-inch plow, one cultivator, one grindstone, 80 rods new barb wire. 13." shocks katrir corn and 2?> shocks cane cut with a binder and bound, live ton.s millet bay. 100 bushels oats. ."lO bushel a corn. 25 bushels kafflr corn fodder, headed. Some household goods and other articles too numerous to raen- tloni Terms of Sale:—All sums of $10 and under, cash. On all sums over that a credit of ten months with approved secttriiy bearing aix per cent interest frooi date wiil ba given if paid when due. If not paid when due, to bear 10 per cent from daite. Five per cent diaooant for cash. Z. B. FISH. Top GoaiB In all styles and CO 1 I»TS OvBrooBi In all modes and all lengths CHeBaitlaylSHfelj^ 1*5 SAFE ' CONVENIENT ECONOMICU. Itjonrrdealor<lon't»>andle;t,wr«e1o THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY Well, Friends Pancaltes ;are in order. We have the maierail to;make them of. ^. Ralston P. ;C. Flour, per pkg.. ...lOo Ralston Prepared B. W. Flour. per pkg. : ;....10a Peruna Whple Wheat Flour, 121b sack.'.... ....60o Good Fresh Meal, per sack 20«3 Syrups to eat on Pancakes. Maple, Fancy Table, Whlte'TaWe. ^ 'and Sorghum. . j FRYER BROS. Grocery and Meat Market Phbdes 308 and 301 OffiG«iiu('|torage Wans-Roqtn at ^

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