Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 11, 1907 · Page 4
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%e mi DilLT lEcistei CHABLES F. SCOTT dlRCULATION 4 .000, J . Tdephonea. Reporters' Boom 222 Business Offlde 18 SUBSCBIPTION BATES. By CuTkir In lola. Gss City, Imajn- \ TlUe or La Harpe. One Week 10 cents One Montb 44 cenU One Year $5.00 By MalL One YeM, In advance $4 .00 Three Months, In advance $1.00 One Month. In advance 44 E<ntered at lola, Kansas, Postofflce. as Second-class Matter. Advertising .Rates Made Known on Application. OmCIAL FAFEB, CITY OF BASSET. UEMBEB OF ASSOCIATED FBESS. The lola Daily Begrister Is a member 9t the Associated Press and Beeelres the day report if that great news or- gaalsation - for Exclusive Afternoon PablleatloB tai lola. OS SECOND THOUGBT. The Confessions of Gaston, I find that I have reached the a^e •where I can wait for the next chap ter of the serial story without worrying much. It fs my observation that while a girl may not want to be kissed she Is greatly disaitpointed if the man does not try. 1 have long been curious to know what procedure a man should follow when In dancing wltfr a .vouug woman he kicks his knee against hers. Should he apdlogize, or is the matter loo delicate to refer to in any way? Personally I have alwaj-B ignored m- cidientE of that nature and 1 shoultl like- to know If I have been rude iti so doing. Copyright 1907 by Hrrf SchafTnrr cif Mitrx s That are Different in Style and Finish From any others you will find in town, make up the largest and finest collection we have ever offered for your inspection. The so-called critical, finicky, hard-to-please men are the ones we are particularly anxious to see, tor "he, must be an exceptional man" whom we cannot suit in every way with the celebrated Hart, Schaffher Marx and Stein Bloch Overcoats at $ 15.00 to $35.00 WAI$TSr Munsing and Vassar I'nioa Suits ftr Mcti, $1.50 to $5.00. MuDsing Union Suits for Boj-s, 6 to 14 yr.s. 50c a Suit. Large line Boy's and Children's Overcoats $2.50 to $7.50. Stocking Caps .'or Boys 25c and 50c at TELEPHOXE YOUB WANT ADS. TO THE BEGISTER OFFICE. As an accomodation, the Register receives ads for its want columns over the telephone, but expects the advertiser to call at the office and settle as soon as convenient, as the bills are too small to warrant the expense of a collector. Telephone your want ad to cither phone. No. 18 or 222, and it will receive careful attention. HELP WAItTED LODGE D/REOTORY, SA'IGHTS OF MACCABEES^ Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in 'K< F. Hall, second and fourtli Wednesday nights in each month. J. W.i Postwait, commander; R. B. Porter, record keeper. W. 0. W,.—Camp No. 101 meets in K. of P. Hall every Friday night. W. T. Steele, .C. C; A-H.Davia, Cler*^. Visitors cordially, invited. AV.VNTED—A\Tiereabouts of William Herbert Amos, age 16, height 5 feet 7 Inches, weight 135; long arms and large hands and feet, poxmark on nose) scar on chin from kick of colt: very thick dark hair, parted on right side with cowlick; hazel eyes. Have sold farm: want to.jsend him his clothes. Wire or phone at my expense Immt- diately. H. W. Amos, R. K. .\o. 2, lola, Kansas. Ail papers please copy. K3iI6HTS OF PYTHIAS.—Neosho Lodge No. 43 meets every I^onday night at K. of P. Hall. Visiting brothers invited. W.S.Thompson, CO.; Chtis Ritter, K. of R. and S. WANTKD.— A Girl for Housework. Good wages. No laundry. Mrs. J. O. Alittlebach, ni7 East Street. WA.N'TED—Boarders State Street. at 209 South WANTED' 'MlaomUmmmous W .\NTEn— House cleaning to do. Phone 1112. WANTED—Second hand,Winchester pop gun. Inquire 105 South Second stret. WANTED—Stock to winter. Call on or address Guy Turney, lola. GAS CITY NEWS ITEMS Parker hisli school liaskei ball leani We men do not kiss each oUier but that is about ail you can say for us. I have noticed that there comes a time in every man's life when he prefers the canned peaches in the cellar to those that decorate the walls at a party. 1 find that after you are thirty-flv«- it doesn't make much difference whether .you belonjeed to a college "frat." 1: have observed that newspaper-* and tombstones very seldom tell the whole truth. 1 have noticed that while ihr wn men nearly always plan the parades, the men do most of the niarch'ng. • ' It is my experience that the ad vaiice man's overcoat is always a pretty fair criticism of the character of the show. 1 And that as an excuse for telling you that hers ar? silk a woman will often admit that she has a hole in her stocking. Somehow, the wolRht of the baby when It .was born never struck mn as a very Important detail of the case. —Dodd Gaston. It is easy to understand this confusion aa to Taft's movements, it Is mighty hard to tell whether Taft is coming or going. LOCAL TEAM W0.\ FOOT BALL • FKO-M CHAM IE. A PLEA FOR MGHT SCHOOLS. deshu where he has a pusiliou in the is considered to be i >ue of the best in i smelters at tiint cit.v. southeastern Kansas and doubtless j .Mr. ami .Mrs. W'hit.sel of Chanute j D^uipi \jjrcssod the Wo- boys a good i wore in the city visiting friends. L. O. Iden. of Parsons, was in the city Saturday on real estate business. will give tlie Gas t'ity game. WILL PLAY PARKER TEAM SOON Mill .Mow in Opera HOUNC liuildinir. Painters, and other workmen are busy today getting the first floor of jthe opera hou.-:e building fitted up and into condition so that T. W: Shannon men's Federation. (ill.FILLAX HKi.'INS BIG CONTK.VCT Kansas City, Nov. S.—A t.ilk was made by the Uev. Daniel McGurk, at a meeting of the .Mi.s.souri federation of ! women's clul)s of the Second district (.Mid Continent.) I in the All Souls' church yesterday ar- Coniractor Gillillan. wiio is fon- ternoon, on industrial night schools. W.WTED—Good, sound young horses wanted at The lola Veterinary Hospital. See W. A. Frazier. M. W. A.—The M. W. A. Lodge m^ets every Friday night in M. W. A, hall. VisiUng brothers invited. W. H. Anderson, V.C.; W. A. Cowan, Cleric ROYAL KEIGHBOKS.—lola Camp, No. 365, Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of eacli month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oracle; Mrs. Mary Hutton, «3 West Street. Recorder. F. A. A.—-Golden Leaf Council No. 4^2, F. A. A. meets first and third Wednesday nights in each month in K. P. Hall. C. E. Lacey, president; Miss Mable Rhortack, secretary. FRATEllXAL BROTHERHOOD.-Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month in A.O.U.W. Hall. Visiting members cordialy invited. W,H.An« derson, president; Golda Elam, secretary. AVA.N'TED—Boarders in private family. Have modern house, newly furnished. Inquire at No. 1 East Erwin. FOR SALE^'REAL ESTATE FIRST FLOOR OF OPERA BEI.XJ REPAIRED FOR STORE. may move hi.-, hardware .stock in. Mr. stiiufing the Marilesville & Dewey In- , He'advocated the opening of the pub- Shaiinon of lola recently l>urch.i.scd | lenirban Railroad, has commenced op-ilic schools of the citv at night, for the bakin store in this city and is now j ,.,.jilicns with a birge force and the I the purpose of educating those who HOrSE i I"'^l'''*''lng to move it from nortb Mo I work will lie rapidly pushed to com-j have to work and cannot attend school 'Ilea street to the openi bouse block i iilelion. The grading of the road. 1 in the day. Yesterday was the first Bucket Ball Ctab Has Inslallrd >vw ApiMiralus In the Opera House. jon north .Main street. .Mr. Shannon expects to have the liuilding finished |so that he can move the stock in by I November l.lth. took sided Uan VHy Victorious. The (jas City foot liall team the Chaniile team In in a one game at Electric park ye.sterday afternoon by the score of 29 to <». The game although void of brilliant plays shows that tJas City has a team that will be able to meet any team in the state and make a satisfactory showing. They are now ready to take on the terrible •'(Jo-Devils" of Chanute. The game .vesterday was playr;(l with a team known as the .laps. .Mrs. Helton Better. .Mrs. Helton of this city who has been so critically ill with lyplioid fever for some time is a great deal belter. She was able lo sit yesterday a short tinie. She is now believed to be entirely out of danger. She has lieen ill lor the past five wecU.s. Uan t'ltv \s. Parker. The Gas City and Parker hinb srln.ol basket l>all teams have arranced for a game to be played in Parker some time the last of this week, tlie e.vart date has not yet Imen setled uj.on. The H:ne Instnlled .Vpparains. 'I'lie basket ball ciiili wlfieh was or- gaiii/ed in this «'i.iv has installed ilieir apparatus in. tin- opera house which will be used its a practice hall and are now ready to begin practice. As sfHHi as the. team KCIS into condition several Kanies wiU be arranKcd. They havi; good material ironi wbl'-h I to select a winning team. Vvrsnnnls. Koy Itolierts was dov.ii from Colony ye.strrday vi.-liing friends and rela- tiV 'S. .1. I. .Ii .nes left ye.sterday for .\eo- The while rot exceptionally diflicuU. will [time the subject of night schools had be done with as much care as if it , been brought before the women's was lntende<l to lay steel rails for alchibs. steam road. The road between the two cities runs from the smelters ibrouKh nartlesville. crosses the river biidKe just east of Fourth street, touches the Smith and Weber Po'.ds, r.nd enlor.s Dewey via tlie cement plant. Tlie road without doubt wil! prove a payluK iiroposition. Ptopln of both iil .-ices whirli the road '-on- iiects are anxiously waiting its CJ'U- pletion in order to move easily to .md from their work. Di-. AIcGurk brought out the fact that the fourteen public schools of the city with their costly manual training erinlpnient represented only about GO per cent of the jiossiblc value that could be derived from them. "There is a large percentage of the children in this city who are wage earners," he said. "The present educational facilities i)enetit only the children of the comparatively wealthy families, while it should be the business of the municipality to furnish SILVER LEAF, ' j education for all classes—rich and - • . poor. Tliero is no reason why we .Mis. Weiizelf reporter. 4shonld teacli a l)oy niatliematics and .\f.v»'mb.r s—.Ml.ss Nellie .lours, of, language In our schools and not teach I.iiMarpo has returned lo her liome,b!ni things ib:it are es.-cntial in the jifl'r a fi'w days at the Wcnzel home. | gaining of his iiread and butter. Silver l-oaf sehoni is progressing! "We should lit our boys for wage LOT FOR SALE— Uir 4 block 1'2. LaGraiige addition. Gas City. Only $25. Address D. W. Phillips, SSr, West Adams, Chicago. FOR SALE.—Eighty acres, two and one-half miles from Thayer, Kans. A good five room house, a good barn, corn crib, granery and cattle sheds; acres in timber and thirty acres in pasture. Price $:>,200. Will accept certified check on lola or LaHarpc Banks in payment. C. L. Evans, La Harpe. Kansas. Junior Order United American M»' cbtyiics.—Meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in K. P. Hall. All visiting members Invited. R. A. Widick, Councelor; C. B. Black, Rec. Secretary. BUSINESS aSREOTORY JEWEU:RS. B. F.- Pancoast. old reliable Jewelerr 110 East street. STAMMER, Complete court at. th<> best school for stammerers in America at one- half price this fall and winter. White for information at once. McKie School for Stammerers, 2705 East 12tli Street, Kansas City, Mo. nicely with a very Kood attendance. Mr. Lust lias •-•one to Texas on a business trip. The n-nv bridu" Is profires.'^lng fine. .Mr. W<'n/.<'1 is creetlng a new hen house. Mr. (;leiin bntchi-red. a hog the first of tills week. There are all kinds of men. Emory Hutching^, the barber, says bo likes rabbit, A Scoop. In order to beat the evening paper to ft, this department will this morn- i^n announce that W. J. Curtis, traveling passenger agent for the Santa Fe, is in to 'R -n. Between attending tol his biisines'! and! telling people how smart his dog is, the averajse man has mighty little leisure time. -^he prophets say It will be a mild winter. And the prophets know fully as much about it as you know. Summed up briefly the facts in tlie Berlin case seem to be that Count Von Moltke lied about it and then had it proven on him. Another titled Englishman is going to marry an American actress. There are occasioiial marriages where both of the contracting parties get what is coming to them. ' Peanuts, it is said, will kill th'> thirst for alcohol. Still, if It Is the samie to the W. C. T. U. we'd rather continue to wrestle with' the thirst. earners. Tlieri' is no reason why the public^ schools of th'xA city could not lie thrown open at !ii(;Iit for tlie purpose of educating these WUKC earners who are eiiiployed during the day. It has already been shown that graduates from the industrial schools of the country earn '^.\ 1-.". per cent tnoie than their untrained brothers." The Kev. Daniel .McGiirk is a broth er of .Mrs. 11. II. .tones of this city and has appeared at I.,a Harpe church meetings frcf|uentl.v. FOR S.\LE—Good runabout Studc- baker buggy and good set of harness for sale cheap If taken in the next few days. Inquire at Howards TJv- cry Uarn. Beglstcr Want Ads, Ic a Wort FOR SALE GHEAP—Seven room, modern cottage, two , blocks from square; short time only, Grace Arnold. FOR SALE'Mlaomllanaous I'OIl SALE Oil E.XCIIANGE FOR STOCK—Three Uninswick-iiaike Cal- leudar Co. Howlini; Alleys. .\lso four rtHmi house and barn in East lola. T. L. Shater, 414 East Monroe, Telephone 7;!2. The National Purity League has voted to unsex the men. You may know what this means, but we'll be blamed if we do. Upton Sinclair says he and his wife will not separate. There are various ways of advertising a new book. Had you : beard there was any trouble be- tvreen Sinclair and his wife? Tbe principal difference between the bo.vB and the girls is that the girU wash their bands when they are dirty. ^ It used to be that wlien a man failed at everj'thins else be became a life loBurance agent. Now he gets into vawijevtlle. y Bmpiett Dalton's r|efuaal to go on th« istage has helped faJm^creatly. and tbeichuces are it hasn't hurt the stagie a great deal. < , Uneeda Biscuit A food to work on— A food to smile on— A food to sing on— Energy and good-nature in every package. The most nutritious wheat food. In moisture and dust proof packages. NATIOKAL BISCUIT COMPANY PILES CI'RED IX 6 TO 14 DATS. rOZO IONTME.\T is guaranteed to cure any case of itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. MHEN no THE WAUES BEGIM Paramount Issue With Oklahoma Conpressmcn-EIcci. Washington, Nov. S.—When does the pay of the Oklahoma congressmen begin? This question has been checked up to the legal depatrment of the government for solution. Some of the statesmen claim that pay begins with the date of statehood, which will'bo November 1*5 next, others claim it begins from the day of election, which I WHS September 17, and still others [assert that It begins March 4 last, when the pay of all new congressmen begun. Colonel Cassin, sergeant-at-arnis of the house is of the opinion that their pay starts froin the date of their election, but to be'certain of it he wants a ruling from the comptroller of the treasury. Senator Fulton of Oregon, whose brother was"elected to congress from Oklahoma, claims that the new congressmen are entitled to pay from .March 4 last, lie points out that all of the congressmen who were elected last fall have done no ofllcial work since their terms began on March 4, and is sure that the new members from Oklahoma will be placed on the saiQe footing by the comptroller of the treasury. Others cite the fact that Oklahoma is entiled to no congressmen until It conies into statehood, and that the gov ernment has no right to pay a man for being a congressman when he Isn't one. There is no question as to when the pay of the two United States senators of Oklahoma begins. They will go on the payroll the day they are elected by the legislature. Trr a iraat Ad. tBitbe Seciitw. FOR SALE—Grape vines, fruit and shade trees. A. H. Brown. .'.I.'i South Cottonwood. FOR SALE—Worth the money, fine Jersey niilcb cow, will be fresh In March, lola I..and Company. . FOR SALE—$1SOO stock of groceries and store fixtures. 402 South Kentucky street. POLAR BE4R FLOLft Has Stood tbc Test Because its the Best Acccj^t No Other Wm.Obefdoff, Agt. FOR SALiE—A driving mare and buggy. Horse city broke, safe for lady to drive. Inquire 832 North street. FOR SALE—Mare, 630 North Main, (^as City. FOR S.\LE—Good mare with Call at 210 West street foal. FOR REtn» misooUamaous FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms. Inquire at 220 North Fourth. .Mrs. L. Marple. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, also five room house. t>u4 .North Jefferson. FOR RENT—House. South Cottonwood. Inquire 403 FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for housekeeping or sleeping. 212 West Madison avenue. EV^s Bros. PrnkHm. onm. mndaiMmm, atmltmumnf. 4robNmotSummUmm, Ofttcm i ' Where quality is main consideration, we buy the best. Where demands will justify, we carry all grades and prices. ' MTflf SoUoK romr Tmmdm. tOUTH SIDE »QUABI lola, Kanaaa. : CIIRLST.MA.S PRESENTS Nothings'better than a magazliie for a friend. For your magazines see ,L E. iPhone as. HESDERSOX, 414 X. Buckeye. tivinq^toD £• Co Contractora ani BalMen. ~ All kitida of work a specialty 9 %oath Syeunara. Fkaae lUf 'EskkWs Hardwmre AnimunHlon put up to comply with the pare feud law. m South Kentucky. Phone 433. Its Economy To have your Carpets and Bags cleaned by TIeiolaRggFactoij rHONI sit. •Kegister Want Ads. Pay because in Alien County nearly everybody reads the Register. T. B. Shannon • The Allen' county Hardware and Implement] man. North Side Square lola, Kan.

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