Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 18, 1908 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 18, 1908
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MIA »iILT «B €MmUim »KWPAT ZTEgaO,. VOTVOEM 19, im. Every Dollar Yon Save Belongs to you, when placed In the Savings Bank. Not only does it increase your weaitli, but it also has earning power in THIS BANK. EVERY DOLLAR in your accotmt ifets you THREE per cent interest Wlien compounded semi>annually, tlie rate of interest is a fraction over three per cent We pay interest on savings twice a year. One dollar will start an account for you, with which we give you one of the small Savings Banks you see in our window. Whatever amounts you save may be added at any time. ^I ^ooooooooeoooooe; o o ooooooooooooooooo AUDITCmiUM— Basket baU, lola High School vs. Auditorium. Thnre- day. Friday and Saturday night, Harley Moore, fancy and trick skater. State Savings Bank CmpUmi $25,000 Mm, Kmnmmm Open from 7 to S p. m. Saturdays and Pay Nights READ! A fen houdrcd }4 HccUoas No. 1 ifeatern land at 91000 gnd np.. GOLDEN WEST LAND CO. OlUee Orcr Iowa Store Short Staries lo ri lob Happenings Thorpe & Hough CMtnctoM, Eaglaeers, Snrreyon. Folly caulpved for all kinds of nrveyiog, estimating, patent drawl\e, blue prints, maps, sidewalks, carbing, and farm drainage. OSee Orer Taraois." i Use No. 7 Flour Good as any—betler than most. Don't Forget Our MEAT MARKET Wo handle only the best of Fresh Meals. Smoked and Salt Meats. We Want Your PRODUCE farmers, aud «-ill pay the highest market price In cash or trade. Come in and see us. We aro so'.c agents for J. M. Uom's COFFEES and TEAS If you •will give thia line a tria! you will use no other. —Caralnsham k Arnett, i p«r eeot Praises "Brick" Owens. Claivnce Oweuo, wiio umpired io successfully in the American at-socia- tiou till- past season, is "iu right" in the National league. The big arbitrator went to Pulliam's league at the close of the- .\. A. season ami made a hit. Now PuUiam- announces that Owens, with Kuhn and HanU O'Day. will bu given the important task of workiiitr behind th& bat in all the sames and having assistants on the Tiiis is a fine boost for an umpire just brcakint? iu the major circle, and indicates the confidence that the league president hag in his ability. Klein, the other man selected for this imiwrtanl task, was a for- ni'.r A. A. olflcial.—Kansas City Star. EILBCTRIC THEATER—Moving pictures. 5I.Uli»TIC TI1E.VTEK—iloviuj tures. piC- ^Br. P. E. Wni^ Beatist. FIraae t& Coue iB'Dreieo. Cotiuty Treasurer II. F. sickly | thinks the people who pay iheTr taxe» this year CCHDO in. by delegations. He says a crowd of half dosen will come into the office at one time, then thcro wlU. be none for an hour or more ^hen another deJegation shows up. and no on during the day. —Our Oy .oter8. Way. GRAND—lieue Dueketi Slock company. withsUnding the fact that at least a dozen town |3 or more have been definitely promised this building, it is still In contemplation. The structure is to cost a half nulliun dollars and will be the most imposing structure in the west outside of the larger cities. June tiou City is now bidding for the structure, aud it is altogether likely that Sulina will have a chance in a short time. Fort Scott, lola. Cofffy- lille. Independence. Chanute. Pittsburg. Winfleld, Wichita. Arkansas City Lawrence. Topeka, Enii)oria and in fact every town of uuy size in the state has been on Mr. Kaysers tsiring. —Salina Journal. —Merchant's Lunch at Our Way. iu the Country. .Mrs. .Maude I'uublou, the county .sup riutendent. is lii the country this week visltlug the schols. She will not be In her office until Saturday. —Six per cent money: no comimt- don; no delay.—.Smith ft Travla. Are .Silk Thleres. Silk thieves entered a store at Parsons a few ni.i^hts ago and made way with several thonsand dollars worth of silk. They operated mnch the same as those that looted the Messingcr aorc at Moran a year or two ago. The fCicers in the south jiari of the Ht .tfe think there 1? a gang of thieves, liav- ug silk as their specIaJiy. —Sign painting, phone 1428. Fred Rowden. —Get your Post Card Albums Miindis'. FoUh Made Hit. J Jack I'oicli made a hit at tlie sjtar jrink last cvt;ning in his first exhibition of hit) eugugomeut bert*. His comic Xarce kept the people In a laugh ill" mood throughout the evening. Fotch raceil a local skat«n- one mile and won tlie race o&sily. Thia evening he appears in a different manner, but promises the entertainment to bo as lively as last evening. The cakewalking buck and wing dance are his special stunts to be given this evening.—Chanute Sun. —Soda Water, the Our Way kind. Fryer Phone 801, sus. Bros. lohi, Kansas. THE lOLA KSt AND COLD STORAGE CO. Maaafdctorers. Wholesale mai Retail Dealers CRYSTAL ICE And Distilled Water Kulaeii. Plira« lllb FRANK RIDDLE. Mgr. Naturalized Only Three. llopis of naturalization from aUtut tliirt.v-tliree Si»edi8h and German res idents of Cbauuto were Cf >mpletely shattered at Erie tills morning when roiled Suites District Attorney Church of tjt. Ixjuis knorked out the applications ' by wholesale. Of the eiitir<- numbfjr going to Erie iu the ex j !Oi -tation of beeoniiug I'ull-fledged Ami -rican citircn.". ilii' papers of only thive stood tin- <riiical .scrutiny of til.' f.-iU-ral onU:,-'-. The thirty-three v.ill liavf to begin the process anew, and cannot take out the final papers I for a pcricd of at least ninety days. —Chanute siiu. —Frank 3. Beattle. V. S. Phone 189. Staves titt Up and connecled, also any other gas fitting. Good work and reasonable charges. Phone 29. Did Not Find Runaway. Slieiiff Bal>l'. of Anderson county, accompanied by tli^ father of An drew Vaughn, pas.scd through here yesterday to Garnett. aff-r spending half a day in the fruitless sourch of [Chanute for the runawa.r. Tlie fath- ! er karned that his son h:id purchased a cic .'<i -t to Chanute and ate break- jfast there yesterday morning. He believed that the boy would seek employment at some of the factories in tuu'ii but did uot succeed in locating l.iin. Tlie local oDlcers are inclined to think that the runaway w<nt on south oil the early mornlug passen- gi". ORES^ EXCU1>UE OU SELL. List your property with me. I have a large list to match from. No expense unless a deal is found for you. I have £40 acres In Neosho county, Kas, to exchange for good lola property.- J. T. XILES. Boon 10, Wi Coort Uoose. WLBiZtSEH .UTD PEKIODICiJ^ can be secured of J. UenderHo* wbo deals with the publishers ant farnlshes tbem'st the lowest priflf possible. Trial sobecrlption to Vai Norden 's, 3 months 23c. Pbona 98. 414 S. Backer* J, 0. THOM dwarf all/ given oa all work i Sea. «f 8. Bacfceye. —Dr. J. 8. Pepper. DeattiL Pboat IU. They .Slop <*.S|H>i>Hinir.*' Tlie court house at Wichita l^ u«!ed much the same many lola young pfoph; u -e the ccurt here—for spooning t'uri>o!-et. The county com- ui!.-.-louiTs of SiKlKwick county have, iioM «.•« cj- ,d»jcldcd to put a fctop to the praeriee Uiere. Th" Ejigle says: Wichiias nival eaclusive 'sjxxinlng" plact: is doomed. Iu a s-bort time it will be necessary for hand-holders lo go outside the city limits to find peace and darkiic-.-. It was decided by the cowni.v coiuuiissloiiers yesterday to piacv :i i;r:llla;!t. iiJj:hl-dettroylug arc '.Igbl at i::icii entraue" in the county coiii; Loii-v' Fo|* y>>3r»^—ever since ihi- court h'jusi- vti.- I'liit, iu fact—the door i ^lepf and »^i;id'>v,- ledges Imve bei n luvi .rit.- sjaiTC witii itie roioautlc- jily Ise'iucd .vo 'ji!^- lA-jjii*-. Tlie Uc- ••isioii of il'.i- 1 i;iiiiii!hi.ioner»- niJiy uot l/e f.ivoraoi '.v r^rceived b>' thflii —He a Oooster—Home Indiutry— .s'eosho Riv«.r Cat at Our Way. All Towas Waat It F(ir five or six year^ past John W. Kayeer. the deputy for the sute of Kansas, in the order of the Weodmeo of the Worl4 has been balldins a slate heme tor bis order, and act- HuldluK u Hevl^uL Uev. Wait FlolcomI). the sou-in-law of the late Sani Jones who hpoke at the lola Chautautjua a year ago last suninier. is holding big revivals at Joplin. —Always time to eat at Our Way. Uoblicd at ReiiTHl. Cha.'-Je.s LauiT of La Harpe «•-.^ rob bed of three dollars while in attendance at the rcrival held by Rev. Hieder v.-o!f at Independence recently. .Mr. I,auiy had enough money elsewhere on hts person to take him to Buldwiu tvhoi-e be is attendiu:.' P.,nkfr iinivor- ?itV WatroBS StUI IIL Deputy Internal Revenue Collector J. E. Watrons who had a severe attack of rertigo at Ottawa, is still confined at the home of his sister, Mrs. D. (frimes.—Uurilngton Repub llcan. —Fitz^erali. Starage and Transfer Co. HoatielioM and plaao niOTia;; larrest store room in elty. Pboae SoC. Hurt .Men's 3leeting. The foot ball excursion to lola ou Sunday kept a number of the young nieu away from the Sunday afternoon meeting for men.—Uurlingtou Republican. —It—Our Way Soda Water. Ueusun to Topeka. Judi,'e and Mrs. A. W; Beusou le- inrned to Topeka today and will luakt the slate capltdl their home. Their daughter. .Mrn. 11. Ward Page, accompanied them.—Ottawa Republic. —Oysters any style at Oar-«vaj. KanisayK on Trip. .Mrs. U. W. Ramsay touk a party of .vouug iieople to St. ,loe iu her White Steamer touring car Saturday for the matinee pro<lucllon of "Tlio Man From Home." Those In th*- party were: (fcorgla Collins, Josophino Ramsay, Ulalr Huckney and Ronald Ramsay, who drove ijie car.—Atchlsou Globe. —.Mundls' Drug Store has just received a fine line of Post Card Albums The Une Topic. Reports come to lola thai the l-'el- terly-,\nios trouble which has been aired in different phases more or less in justice and i>oltce courts lately, is the one topic of conversation iu the neighborhood northeast of town. lit Is said that the rural telephone lines are busy from morning until night with people discussing tlie case. —Fresh Oysters—Our Way. As Bookkeeper. tVed Place, who has been visititig In the citv for several days. left today for Clianute where he expects to take a iiositlon as bookkeeper. He has been attending school at Enid (his fall. Lon pre»»Hre (nu liPMtur> at K. ('. Plnmblns Co .'s fUxt. Paintiug Ills liuu-e. K. I.. Thompson, the register of 'leeds. wub out to hU farm southwest of town yos 'crday to see how the •..alorevs. who tire putting a new coat tin his hotihe. were proRressliii.'. \ — —Ittgiilar and f'> hats hpeeial sale Thursday. Krida\ aiul Saturday. Ooggett .Mllliiaiy. .Schaffuer Has Here. Cliarle.s Schaffuer. tli<- county as- jCfSor. was up from Humboldt ytsfr- day afternoon. lie says that the Ue- publicans and Democrats have uot .>ci i;otti>!i together on tlie ni :ifti ?r of raking the leaves from' thi- Hiiuiboldr riry park. —Puper lianglDg. Phono U28. Fred Rowden, .^lanr llaotlB? Partley. .\ number of hunting parties are eu- ing out from lola ever.r day for quail. The game birds are very plentiful this .vear. due to the .'^trlngeiii law.-; for their protection. —Thurtda.v. Friday and Saturday only. 7'<c and SI caps will be sold for lOc and -T .e. Doggett .Millinery. Rooms for men, Y. M, C. A. building. Steam heat in each room. Baths free. Kednced the Force. Street Commissioner .1. Walker has reduced the street force from eleven to six men. The force is usually reduced this Fca.sou of the .vear. —New Post Card Albums at Mundls". <Teorire Ilanktns I* 111. Giorge llanklns a bookkeeper In the city clerk's office, has been com- pellid to give ui> work for a day or two on .iccount of illness. He ha.s not been well for several days. Absolute PURE BAKING POWE] The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar, the officially approved ingredient for a wholesome, high-cfass powder Tbcr* is (rcsler <!ec<pti «B U Ibe sale si bakiax pewters tbss cvir Msrfc CiMciy •bser> e the Iskel ss4 be csrtsia of tctiiat RoysL * A i^WNIO Bnildlaa. The Inlversiiy of Kansas has be^uu the erection of the $30,000 mlulDg engineering biiildin^r jnovlded for by the la.^i legislature. This building will III- cicupled In Septembt-'r.. 1309.. Potatoes for Sale. Will e.\ebaiige small seed potatoes, bushel for bushel, for corn. Price for same r,."c at home. Large..sorted potatoes TOc. Also turnips 20c. A. L. Towusend. Uor?eshoe Tlend. Phone l>l '2 —i -2. Jones-Coppage Wedding. The many friends In Garnett aud vicinity of .Miss Leona .Tones and Homer Coppase will be pb-ased to biini of their marriage which occurred ' yesterilay. The .voun.« <-onple wt'ht to lola ou the noon train, so-1 cured their license and was hiarried by the j)rol)ate judge of Allen county. They returned hero on the plug fais mornlu'-' and went to the home of his aunt, Mrs. Lena Watkins. on West Filth street, where they hav»! engaged rooms and will make their home for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Coppage are two of Garnetfs most popular vouug people and their many friends j i- >i • i, extend congratulations and Ijest wish- . Airaid o» liv ^s, es for a happy wedded llfe.-Gameit "''-'^'-^ had Mayor Barker made the jauuounccment Saturday that'he em- ibargo against the dnjrs had been lifted, and that they might lie permitted !o run ar large a.iiaiu unmuzzled, when the police were called to' tlie south' part of town to ki 'l a dog that hiid l.-ecn ;i<-iin;? "'iiiieer." Sunday af- tenio 'Hi aiioiher call was sent In from sotiili Tenuessee .siree!, and a bulldog was killed hy tin- icjiice. It seonis there lias bet';; ijiore troiiblp from'the biilldi;;-- ilniiiiL: the s-fiire the town !iii>- h;td rliaii Iron; ;iii.v other breed.-!-' UiwiiiKe Gaz-'.'.'. ^Insist n kaTlnc T. 9." floiz. Ketonis to Parson*. .Mr.->. W. T. Nellgh wlK returi; this evening from a short visit with her friends at lola and fhaiiiiie. She has been thfre for about :i week.—Parsons Su'.i. l.auvon Head!) It. At a meeting of the grou!' oi' the Kansas State bankers' atsociation at Parsons. E. V. I>:inyou. president of The National Rank of Pittsburg, and Harry 11. Kruinm. a.<8lstant cashier of tile Firsi National Uank of this city, v.-ere made chairman and secretary, respectively, for the next meeting which will be held iu Pittsburg some rime next fall.—lMttsburg Headlii;ht. SPECIAL SHOWlNq OF Dioiflg Room Furniture For the Thanksgivinjc Shopper uieau to du our be^t toward mak- ' ' iug Thanksgiving Day more than usually enjoyable this year. Juet as good service adds to the quality of the dinner. So also does dining room furoiture. Wc have made a special display of dining room furniture for the convexilence of the visitor to our store. In tables, chairs, buf- fiets, china closets, sideboards, etc. All of this furniture represents the best and latest prodnction of (he season. Prices gtur- anteed to be the lowest and quality the highest. See display in south window. Sleeper's Furoiture Rob Newspaper Office. The officers have recovered a pact of the •c.ooils stolen Sunday morning from the RcpubUca:i oflice. In the country a short distance from the city tied lo- a tree was found the overcoat uiul cold watch taken irom Mr. Woods. I'.e ad. man at tiie Be- publican oflice. The five dollars In money has nor been recovered. Wallace, one of the boy.-, is in the city Jail, while fJouidettc is iu the coitu- ty JHII. The oOlcers are desirou.i of l.eeplng theiii .veparated during the iuvrstlgatlon. Tliey both deny that tliey have ever anything to do wlt'7 the theft, but their mysterious disappearance from town Sunday, be lug seen around the Republican of- Cfe earlier, .is well as seen at a lonely idace we.-t of towu. lends suspicion that tiiey Icnow .fomf'thins of the afitilr.—I^'t. Scott Tribune. Pleased With Work. title of the '.'overnmeut en.yineers f om St. Loui.s is here today looking ov«r National avenue. These inspectors manage to drop in every few- weeks to see how llie work is pro- ttrcsaiug. Uncle Sam wants the road macadamized and turned over to the city as soon :i.s possible :ind everyone is pleased with the work of Gillillan it Sou. The cic>- engineer has stated that hi' believes the roadway will be completed and turned over to the city by the tenth of next month —Ft, Scott Tribune. H. S. Quartette Sang. .\ii iu\-itatio« ha.- been received by !!ie Ottawa high school to compete iu a mttsicaJ contest which will be held iu connection with the meeting of the Southeast Kans-is teacber.s* association at lola next week. Tlie association meets ou tco 26ih. i '7th and SSih of November, tin.- high school musical contest will occur on Saturday., the 2 >lth. Tlie local lii.u'h school will seud Laurence Powars Smith as its representative. The high school quartette, composed of Heyl Smith, Laurence Powars Smith, .\rciiie Mc- Cnndle'ss and .Max Swalt. will also appear on the pro^uin. but will Kot compete a.^ each hlKh school Is Um- itet) to one musical contestant.—Ottawa Herald. Word from Taft. Jeweler .lolinsoii t'.^Ui uioriiinK received ail engraved card front Presl- dentHdect Taft. Immediately after tlie tiecfloii .Mr. Johnson -sent Mr.-l Taft a Kansas [irosperlty souvenir card. It shoireil .Mr. Taft makhu; a speech fioiii the rear end of his train in KaiLsas. .Ground it were great piles of corn, cabbage, potatoes, etc. Mr. Joluison added a few Hues pf congratulations. The canl he received tils morning read as follows; "'.Mr. William H. Taft begs to acknowledge the receipt of your kind wordB of c-ongratuIatioDrt and thanks yxya."— Independence Keporter. C. B. Core to Caney. Dr. C. U. Core of lola. and .Mr. Kuiz of Topeka, were in tlie city afternoon ou their way to Caney to or- ''enlze a.lodre of the Knighitf of the Protected AWr. .Mr. Kutz I» the. sut rireme secretary of the order and Sr^ Core U the national lecturer therein. —Chanute Trihtme. , .Viauirli at OtUwa. Jusoii Minnich of Allen couniv came here yesterday oa husmess: be rv> malned over last nigbt at the home of ti. J. ^nisoo and went to Kansaa City this morning.—Ottawu Republic .XuMiu llun*t Kellcw It. \ .leae^er a'l lol .i ha.- .ColU' to The trotibi.' ni" e .\)i!aiiilu;.' Hit death-bed repeti.'enee i- ts iVpe dretiin. He in- si^l..- iliai if Villi wtint a harp you must iw coiw! bei'iiie the doctor decides that you ;ii- :'[| i!i. li wouldn't be difficult lo leiiit.. tliat <iii ;nenr divine'.^ logic. —Kni|i<>ii;i Kayeite. .A. .Miiiuuia wen; to Chauuie yeS- .erday on business. . .\ttorney .V. H. Cami>beil is iu Enid an legal business. tliat hate bccu iu the SIX BEST SELLERS in July. August aud Seyteatbcr 3lr. Crew's Career. by Wi!i'5tou Churchill ihe Btrrler by itex Deadi Tbe Lure of the .Ha»k by llarrold McGrntb The toust of a Cbuaee by K. and L. Chamberlain The Firing Line bv llobert Chuinberb The lluslmnds of Kdith by Geo. P.. McCulcheuu llif llaUnajr llonse by "Warner Hewlett The. Prinuidonuti by Merbiti Crawford Ibe CircHlHr SUireiaiMi by Mary Rlpehart* The six Itcst Scllei> la Ucto* ber weres , The Firiug Lbie by Robert. Chambers Ihc :SfaR From Hroadoey by Geo. 1'.- .McCutChtoU Totnther by Kobeit Menick Peter by F. UopkiuBOu Smith Sr. Crew 's Career by WIuEton Churchill Uttle Brown Ju« of klllder« . by Werldeth .Nicholson Most of iheso $1.50.books at >1.10. . ^11 11 .50 hooks at 11 .35. And you caa get thyu ai BOOK WtOUE.

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