Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 12, 1907 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 12, 1907
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! DO roviamw that in onr washing we use eiftbt to twelve changes of water, ranging in temperature from cold to boiling! hot? You could not possibly use this much water at homcj, and it explains one of the reasons: Why our washing is more ° thorough, more sanitary than.home work can be. PHONE IM. Damage Suit Was Adjusted Out of Court Today. West Street, lola, one block from sqaare. Diaeaseti of domesticated •nimals successfully treated.cbarges moderate.good box stalls for patients Calls answered promptly night or day, 30 years experience. Veterinary Dentistry a specialty. Honor Oraduato ol OnUrio Veter-> Inary Collage, Prop. HospltsI Piwna 1068 Res. PlUMia 139 Spencer's Tar and Wild Cherry REGISTER of Deeds Robert Thomp- Bou spent Sunday at his farm. t. X. ira««k« UtmVM. JTkaaa m. OOKV wfer KamlTa Jirag W»n, , JUDOB Pouat yesterday aftemooi granted an Injunction to the Elm Township Light, Power & Fuel com puny,, restraining Charlotte B. Lyons ei al from drllUngi or selling gas on land described as nortneast quarter of 22 and nortbeast quarter of 2I-24-18 The plaintiffs are to give a bond. REV. G. W. CA8SIDY of the Wich Ita Baptist church who began last night a series of revival meetings at the Baptist church, has promised tt; luake an address at the men's meeting next Simday afternoon. 1313 Cold Cures in Mundls' window. Is an Excellent Cough Remedy Get it at SPENCER'S DK. J. F. JAMESON, The Snceessfnl AHC- ttoneer, Teterlnarian. Fann salnor PediEfced stock salermBde auywhere. Veter inarjr calls aoitnrerrd day or ..DiKbt'. 'Office with DOUKUU Broa. Phcnc 13. resideocr 40, IOI .i^, KANSAS. flraeral CeatneUik risgatoB* and Camant Bidawalki and Cnrbinf a Spaolalty. ' oaea 1» Bast Jaektea An» Pkeae IM iowa Store Special Line of Sample Hosiery All Colors, All Kinds. We will put up otu Sample Hosiery with anything in town for durability and beauty. You can get any kind of a Stripe, Mix'>d Colors or anything you want. Don't forget the Iowa Store A. 0. MUMMA , Prop. THE ORPHANS' Home received liberal donation of provisions a few days ago from two families livina in one of the rural districts. Pickles, mincemeat, pastry and vegetables were among the collection. G. DEFVENBACH and Jennie Cas leel both of Gas City, were married yesterday by Judge Smith. Dr. BeyaaMi. Pkaae SM.Bes.a4. AERS. NBLLIB Deist was taken to the hospital yesterday suffering from appendicitis. Wanted—Ehrerybody to know that W. B. Kelley ft Son have moved their transfer and storage office to 211 South Waahlngton. OfBce and Da; Phone 29ft. Residence and night Phone 17. THE lOLA Orphans' Home Js In re celpt of 113.25 from Harlan Taylor, the Mbran banker, as the amount received from the corn contest held .there,by Mr. Tavlor for tl^e beneflt of the home. 'The farmers were asked to brng samples of thelf com for exhibition. The com was then sold and the recplptfi turned over to the home. Free dirt at Luccool^'a. THE CO.MiMJTTEB appointed by Jiuljife Fount to place valuation on land to be condemned for the Kansas Southern, met yesterday and organ- Ired. The chairman is W. H. McClure, and clerk. Mayor Mathlas, of Humboldt. A. E. \Wight is the third member of the board. MASTER Marker Russell, of 312 South sireet. spent Sunday In Toronto. Dr. Wllley, Oeilist mSZia^l.— Hen* 111 li)a Bosioess College lU^t Of amy Mmnlam Pamaashlp, Arithmetic. Elocution, BoojkkMplng, English, Phyalcal Cul> tori^ etc Shorthand. Letter Writing. - 1:., I Ufa I I I TEE WAST AD8. PAI beta Allen County nearly every- nads the Register. Guaranteed largest circulation of any paper In AU^ County. DISTRICT CLERK C. E. Adams has returned from a few days visit wtlh his daughter in Springfield. South Dakota. Cure your cold by using Mundls' White Pine with Tar. .lOHN CRAWX^ORD. colored, an em ployee of the Dunn livery bam, had his leg broken in two places Satup day afternoon by his horse throwing him and then falling on blm. Crawford has been In the habit of taking the horses out for exerclss. Saturday the horse was feeling good on account of the cold' and became frightened at something In front of the Hoch grocery store In Bassett. Crawford's leg was broken In two places between the knee and ankle. The Injuries are not very, serious but it will be several weeks before he wJll be able to get out again. Mundls' White Pine with Tar will cure your cold. LYMAN FORD,' who Is under bond to appear In district rourt to answer to the charge of violating the prohibitory law, is said to have left the country. His bondsmen are consider ably worked up over his absence. The case of Pearl McCallen vs. the lola Portland Cement company, was Rattled out of court today. The attorneys in the case got together and perfected a settlement whit* is satisfactory to all concerned.^ The lola Portland! agreed to pay the plalittiff a certain consideration and costs of I the court proceeding?. On January 27th, 1906, E. C. McCallen was caught In a rope belt used to run a part of the machinery of the Itila Port'and Cement plant, and was killed. His wife. Peari McCallen sued the company to recover $10,00(1 damague du* her because of her husband's death. "fhe case was ftrst Rtarfed In Allen county district court, but was l8ti>r fnken from here to the Federal court by the defendant's nttorneys. where It was continued several times without being finally adjusted'. Coii|^ Remedty in the World miTiiis m Delegatea From All Along the Neosho Ifiver Gather at Humboldt. BRINGS PEOPLE BACK TO CHURCH An lola Minister Says Financial Troubles are Beneficial. The recent money flurry and the withdrawing of money from circulation, has aff -'cted the churches fav orab'y and that people are beginning In look now to the churches and religious organi/iilions for amnsament rrd a pIao.> in RO,' said one lola minister to a Resii".t"i- reiKjrter this morning. "I tell you the iieople recently had sone amusement mad and were spend ing a great deal of money for shows etc. The tightening up in money cir cles has brought them hack to their senses and they are I>eglnning to realize the value of money and hence spend for amusements. Instead of go)ng to shows people turn toward church entertalnm^nr and church meetings."' The minister backed up his argument by the ract that the revival meetings all over town were being well attended. A ye'ar ago It would have been a very Hjard matter to get up interest In even one revival meeting. ,whlle now there are two or three revivals In progress. TUs remedy M tiot a "cure all," First Prescribed 77 Years Ago Register Want Ads. Pay becanse lo lllen fonnty nearly everybody reads 'he Register. .VAfHIXK FOR BK.' PI, A XT HEBE «m -WMt-- Br Pomped to ftaerokM .Smelter at Gas City, The machinery for the big pumping plant which Is being constructed by ho Rcadlckcr Drilling company on he ShafTer farm four and one-half miles northeast o fthls city, arrived to- lay and Is being hauled to the site of the plant today where It will be Installed. C. C. Luccock today began the work of hauling the machinery to where li will t>e installed. It will take about two weeks to put this machinery In place and have everything In readiness for the pumping nf gas to the Cherokee smelter at City. As soon as the pumping plant is "Started all of the furnaces of the Cherokee smelters will be fired again. GAS DEPARTMENT IS BUSY. OverooBts but ti)e original prescription of a private physician, whidi met with such success in relieving, pain and suffering and curing diaease that H became known and useil in every part of the world. It is the sa/n« today as prescribed by Dr. Jayn^ DR. ajAYNE 'S EXPECTORANT is recognized all over tl^ world as a standard remedy for relieving and curing Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup,. Whooping Cough, Pleurisy, Asthma, and other diseases of a similar nature. Sold in three size bottles, $1.00, 50c., 25c. Jam's Taalc TMmliW* U » cenUe, eUctiv* tonic far aU tiw tenily. JaiM** Saaathw Pill* U a rcu- able laxative, piusratlve, cathartic and itoaiacli tonic MUSIGALE DECEMBER 7 (liloago Glee Club Will Be Third Free M. E. Church Entertainment. The trustees of the First Methodist church at the last meeting made final arrangements to give to the people of lola, free of cost, a lecture course consisting of five numbers, the first number of which will be the famous Chicago Glee Club and the Trombone Quartette on December 7. The decision of the trustees to give PAYDAY NEVER CAME \Vm. Brown Forgot Promise to Un fortnnate Girl aad lie Got Six Months. William Brown and Dora Still, both colored, pleaded guilty to the charge of unlawful cohabitation In Justice Potter's court this morning. Justice Potter gave Brown six months in the county jail and a fine of $25. He fined the girl |1 and costs but granted a stay of execuifon pending good behavior. The judge was lenient with the free lecture course was reached}her because of the fact that she Is yet after the thorough trial of the free under sixteen years of age. lecture plan. The plan was originated | The warrant was sworn to by Dora by Rev. .Mason. He was of the opin- Still's step-father. Archie Davis. He lop that a free lecture of standard said that the girl had been brought merit could be given and a collection taken to cover the expense of the entertainment. In this way a full house could enjoy the entertainment Instead of Just a few. And at the same time the church would not lose money. Sam Small, the Georgian minlsbr, lecturer, was the first number given and this proved to he a big success and enough was collected to more than pay the expenses of the lecture. The second experiment was the Bnrn- ards. a musical organization. This proved as successful as the first, and s (i the trustees decided that the free entertainments could be given for the beneflt of the public and at the same time the people would get In the habit of going to church and thus give the pastor an excellent chance to si)eak a few words to those who seldom go t <i church. Ii is the plan to give one number once a month for five months. Thi pastor will not give out the entire list of entertainments but will announce one date at a time. By this plan It Is- Intended lo keep the people guessing as to what the next number will be. The Chicago Glee club is said lo be an excellent organization and a high priced attraction. here from Missouri by William Brown who told her that he would marry her. The girl says that he promised her each pay day that he would marry her the next but when the time came ho found some excuse lo iiut off the wedding. ('(M.OKEI) KOVr.SEn \ UVS. BA .H.<ii -tt Kids Settle Trouble With a Klfle. Some little excitement was created In Bassett Sunday when It was reported that a little colored boy had taken a shot at a little while boy. The trouble grew out of some difference between the youngsters. The.parents of the colored boy maintained that the cartridge In the gun was a blank, but :he white boy said he heard the bullet whizzing over his head. Marsha' [•'redrlckson was calle<l but the differences were adjusted without a war rant being issued fur the boy. CONCERTS AT THE GRAND. Roberts Band Will Give Sacred Con cert a Week From Sunday. With "Snap" and '•St)le." All the correct models in the brown cold ,W «ath .r Makea Lively Buainess; ^^^y ^^^^^^ p,^j^ ^^^^^ for Plumbers and Official.. | Q ^ford bhades, long and medium Irngto, silk lined. Venetian lined or serge lined Price, The'cold snap this week made business pick up for the city gas department. Yesterday something over 200 permits for connections were Issued by the cKy clerJc. The plumbers all over town had more than they could do and' in some plumbing shops as high as 10 or 12 orders were on the plumber 's hook at one time. City Gas Inspector Foikner was also rery boay yesterday and was forced to secure help. $7.BOio$2B. Che BartJay Shields. Clothing* Cd^ At a business meeting of Robert;^ Bond last night It was decided to give Sunday evening concerts at th« Grand Theatre during the winter. The I>rogram of each concert will be made u)) almost entirely of sacred musk' and will furnish entertainment for those who do not care to attend the various churches. A small admission price will be charged, enough to cover the expenses of opening up the the aire. Mr. WJieaton, manager of tht theatre, Is not charging the boys any thing for the use of the house, but of course expects them to pay for elec trlolty, etc. The offer of Mr. Wlieatoii Is certainly a generous one and It if to be hoped that the concerts will bf well patronized. The report of the treasurer showed that the band cleared $ri9 .r >0 from the carnival. This wi!l Just about pay room rent for the band durlna thi w'nter and buy a little new minrfc tr> be used In the sacred concerts. >V.\,SH TRIAL >'0W ON. Ex-Presldent of a Chicaito Bank Hrf.' ofr Enihesslenient. Chlcaeo. Nov. 12.—The trlpl of Joh' R. Wash, forms'- president of the Chi caeo National Bank, on a charge o' misapplication of funds of that insti ,tutIon, commenced todav in the TTnlte/* 1 States ditsrict court. The chief Issu' Is whether or not Walsh used thr "THE STORE THAT SATISFIES." t**^ ^""^ '° ^° terprises. Register Want Ads. Pay because In \llen Connty nearly ererybody read> the Register. ——^—— ^ LAID A TEMPORARY LINE. City Takes Steps to Do Away With Gas Shortaae. J. M. Rodgers. head of the city gas Jc-partinent, with a force of men yes- erday afternoon and last night laid a temporary three Inch pipe line from the cemetery across the river to the city's gas lio'dlugs and as a result not lonrly so many complaints of gas shortage have been made today to the department. The cUy Is r:^placinir the three incline a cross the river with a six inch 'Ine and a good part of the work IF lone. The pipe on hand was not suf- 'iclent to complete the Job and an ither shipment was For some cause It has been delayed. IVie three Inch pipe line Is unable to supply sufldclent gas and as a result there was a shortage yesterday. Last night it was decided to lay a aurfaoe or temporary pipe to the gas field for •niersencles which was done and to lay the gas 8U |>ply is much better.. Ubbey Glass f I.arKe?t Selection in Son them Kansas (Humboldt Herald.} The meeting of delegates from every township through, wblch the Neosho passes from Emporia to the state line are expt^cted to be in Humboldt next Thursday to discuss the plans of Engineer WWght who spoke at var- iotia points along the river several weeks agio and to form river districts for the purpose of taking active steps as needed for the work. At the meetings addressed by Mr. Wright' delegates were appointed from each township for the purpose of meet Ing itt some central point and' taking up the work more In detail. Humboldt helnjg one of the most central points, was chosen as a place of mei«tlng. The interest has been very marked all along the line. The river has (lone so much damogiO at varloim times that 11 is thought by many that something must be done. Indlvlduu! dlken have been built at various times, but have been failures for tlie reason that there were no dikes ut other points. Many farmers who can afford it have built dikes around their farms sufficient to keep any ordinary flood within bounds. But a general movement is needed! to make it a success. It Is hoped that a large numbar of those near Humboldt will attend thu meeting, as the question Is one that must be studied to be understood and the more you know about it the better. TO-NIGHT, r r'k Masleal Foolishness.'. lea Laughs. 17 JTusical Numbers Prices 2.>, 3«e« 50«, T.-.c. MI WHEN HER BACK ACHES. A Woman Finds AH Her Energy and Ambition Slipping Away. lola women know how the aches and pains that come when the kidneys fall make life a burden. Backache, hip pains, headaches, dizzy spells, distressing urinary troubles, all tel of sick kidneys and warn you of the stealthy approach of diabetes, dropsy and Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Pills permanently cure all these disorders. Here's proof of it In an lola woman's woras: Mrs. Lucy Cleaver, of 503 South Cottonwood street, lola, Kas., says: "In the spring of 1901 when suffofing with a lame and weak back I got Doan's Kidney Pills at C. B. Spencer & Co.'s drug store and began using them. The trouble had been brought on, I think, by a strain I suffered while lifting a stove. Sharp pains caught me In the right hip and the aching, gradually extended around across the small of my back. I was laid up for two weeks and then when I began to get around the lameness and weakness still clung to me. The use of Doan's Kidney Pills completely rid me of these troubles imd the severe pain In the hip and hack has never reappeared, i have i ^reat confidence In Doan's Kidney Pills and am glad to give theui uiy recommendation." For sale by all dealers. I'rice .'0 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for tl)e I'nitod States. Remember the name—Doan's and take no other. Have the riglit 1 iu'i of fni.-rlain iiieiit. W'ben yuu wiili Ut fxis;; .>n evening ijlcasiniiilv at Lome wiih friends one of tlii- best mean;-, oi enjoyment is a" I'hoiioijraiih. lf| you do not alrea<J> own one ul tJirie instrument.s now I; the time to buy and provide yoiir .-t -lf v.itii entri- tainment for the I old weather. If you have got a ihonograph, come in and hear the i^ttrst records und make your seiectioa. All the latest now in stcek. ANDERSON LOSES POCKET BOOK. Deputy Connty Attorney "SeplnR" Ft. Scott Is Without aioney for a few XInntes. W. \(. .\nderson, deputy county attorney, has reason to believe that honesty is not a lost virtue among Ft. Scott citizens. In company with several other lola attorneys he was in Fort Scott yesterday on legal bu -sincs-s. He was attired In a new tailor made suit. The tailor had, however, forgotten to sew up the bottom of one of the coat pockets. Upon alighting from the train at Fort Scott, Mr. Anderson thrust his wallet In the bototuless pocket. As a result the pocket book containing an assortment of s-i-ript checks and scattering sliver, fell out on the depot platform. He was solus up the street with the rest of the attorneys when a man came running up behind him breathless and asked If any of them had lost a pocket book. .Mr. Anderson went through his pockets and answered yes. The man handed him his pocketbook and Mr. .-\ndersiin was saved the humiliation of borrow- Ing a meal ticket from his attorney friends. John V.Roberts Music House STEYER'S GROCERY Hsadquartart f«i> , Good Things to Eati Tele|>hoDe 139 DistiUed Water One huudred pounds of Crystal leu will mukt) VI galluuM of distilled water sultabia for family use. Try It. lolalce&ColdSterageCo FRANK KIDDLB. Mgr. PERFECTTOTT* WICK OIL STOVE FULLER ON THE PLATFORM. Made Short Talk to Patrons Last Night About Sunday Closing. SAFE CONVEKIENf FCONOMICAL lf^ourtl,-«l,-rtlou'ttt*j«'*. r, ,riitoto .THE STANDAFID OIL COMPANY <o. Par., Santa Fe aad M. K. k T. Watch Inspectori E. P. Fullar.vone of the manasei^ of tCie Rose theatre and n partiuT ni E. S. Harris, who was arrested 'a >i Sunday by the county otlicers fur vin ating tho Sunday labor law. last nli.dl after the perfomHince made a sliori talk to the patrons concerning th • nrrest. At the close of his remarks Mr. Ftiller received applause from th.- nndlence. Mr. I?iiller stated that hv- believed in observing Sunday as a day of rest and kept that day while hlv. partner, Mr. Harris, believed In observ 'ng Saturday as Sunday, .Mr. Fuller 'so said that the employees In ol *i -r nstlfUtlons In the city were working in Sunday and he believed they had io more right to do so than the pic ture shows. Wi T. WaTHROW, the local Social ipt leader, drew a fair sized crowd Sunday night to hear his address on •he subject. "How to Make $10 a Day and Get IL" Well, Friends I 'ancakt-.s !ire hi V,'e have the ni'uti'vail to niakr- lti.-!:i of. Kalitou 1'. I'. >.'luur. ).er j'kg lOo Kal.iton l'ji-V)arfit I'.. V.'. i'lour, jx-r pk^ tUo I'crutia W'liiile I'loiir, lUflk f .Oe CoDd I ''rL' ;h .M<-:i!. !• r .-.Hik I 'Oc Myriip:! to f:il mi l ':iiK -uk>-a. .M;vi.l.<, F;iu <-y T:.!!.- WlUto Tat )J.^. and Sorghum. FRYER BROS, Urocery and Meat Market Phones 308 and 3UI storage aad Tranmfer Gompaay OflSie and Stora^.- \Vare Room at Its West Street. Phone 356

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