Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 19, 1907 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 19, 1907
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NOT^MBER 22. Mmmty of OoMMf/w BmmmUtml OomtmmmSi Ym^rmEvm Frieea 25!t5.50 75e lOU DilLV lEilSTEl CHABLE8 F. SCOTT CIRCULATION 4.000. Telepbones. Reporters' Room i 222 BuBliiess Office ; ..««I18 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By Carrier la lola, Gas City, LanysB* irilla or La Uarpe. One Week 10 cents One Month ...H cents One Year fS^OO By MalL One Year, In advance $4:00 Three Months,'in advance ......|1.<H) One Month, In advance ^44 Entered at Tola, Kansas. Postbffice.aa Second-class Matter. Advertising Rates Made Known on __ Application. OFFIClIt PAPER» CITY OF BASSET. XEMBEB OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. The lola Dally Register Is a member of Ihe Associated Press and Reeeites the day report if that great news Or- ganiiatton for Exclngire Afternoon Pnblication in lola. BAKER RESIDENCE QUARANTINE RESULTS TELL. Tiiere Can Be >'o Donbt Ahont the Resnlts In lola. Results ,tell the tale. All doubt Is removed. The testimony of an lola citizen. Can be easily investigated. What better proof can be had? W. D. Kelley, of 307 North Buckeye: street. lola, Kansas, says: "1 have: beei} troubled with backache off anfl on for fifteen years and attribute It to hard work I have done. When stooping or lifting it was sure to bring on a tired dead aching pain across my loins. Finally I came to the conclusion that my kidneys were responsible and I went to Chas. n. Si)encer & Co.'s drug store for a box. The morning I called I had been painting and my back was causing me a good deal of trouble. The odor of the turpentine was probably the cause. Affek- dinner I took a dose and in a half hour afterwards ray back was free from pain. I kept on taking the remediy until the trouble left roe, and from that time/ until a few dayi ago, I did not hav«rl ank sign of backache. In laying j walk 1 overexerted myself and th: brought on a return. I have learne4 action of the kidney secretions.' I will always have a good word to speak f» this remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Fo.-iter-Mllburn Co.. Ibiffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's and take no other. Mrs. John Baker of South Vermont is ill of Small Pox. John Baker's residence at 209 South Vermont street was quarantined yes terday afternoon by the county health officer. Dr. R.' O. Christian. Mrs. Baker is suffering from small pox. It is believed she contracted the disease from a neighbor. Mrs. Baker went to a neighbor's home before It was ^. known that the latter had small po .T. The Bakers have applied for county aid. , 'fii«f;qfpni MRS. ED. LASTER FINED. Charged With Disturbing Neighbors. Peace <A Mrs. Ed. Laster, living In the north part.of the city was fined |3 and costs this morning in police court for disturbance of the peace. The evidence showed that Mrs. Laster, who is a white woman with a family, had acceipted an invitation from some co'ored men to drink a glass or two of whiskey. She soon became noisy and disturbed a neighbor. Tbe police have been called to the Toaster home before. Mrs. Laster was severely leo-' tured by Judge Collins. AXUSEMENTS. MEDICAL SOCIETY WILL MEET. Several interesting; Papers Will Read at This Meeting. Be One of the most interesting effects in "The Moonshiner's Daughter," to be seen on November 20, is a complete lllil:it still in full operation showing bow the Moonsbienrs make whiskey Ths AMftl County Medical society l^rom the corn they prow. This still will hold Its next regular meeting to I "^^f captured in the mountains of morrow evening In the Parmer's rof .PJ "r^?"**^^^ * <errii)le fight in at the court house. Dr. P. S. Mitqheh - ^••'^'^h ""^^^ government offl <fer3 were ' wounded and several moonshiners ^1 TELEPHONIC 'TOUR WAKT ABS. TBE REGISTER OFFICE. Aa an accomodation, the Register receives adsifor its want columns over the talephoQ^ but expects the ad^er- tlser to call at the office and settle aa.soon as convenient, aa the biUs are too.small to ;irarFant tl^e expense of a collector. Tielephbne ybar want ad to either phone. No. 18 or 222, and it will receive careful attention. HELP WAHTED of ,this city and Dr. Webb of Humboldt, will read papers before the so ciety. Other, papers of Interest will also be read. MUST TELL WHERE THEY GOT IT. Jndige Colliuii Not Lenient With Stub, bom Rooie WttaeasM. ' Drunks who appear before Judge Collins and refuse to tell where they get their Ilcjuor need not expect any leniency In the matter of flne^^hls that Doan's Kidney Pills regulate theXjugpiing a woman who was charged with drunkenness refused to tell where she got her liquor. The judge announced that her fine would be if she answered his questions and $30 or $23 if she did not. This sort of persuasion had the desired, effect. Judge Collins commented on the fact, saying that he was inclined to believe that he would make it a practice not to show leniency on drunks who intimated by word or action that it was none of the court's business where they got their liquor. were captured for which crime they are now serving sentences in the Tennessee penitentiar>'. The Moonshiners cannot understand why, after the: have grown thier corn, it is not their property to do with as they like. Noih Ing seems to change their ideas no matter how many times captured, or how heavy tbe punishment, for immediately upon their release they begin again. A beautiful love story is wov en around these rugged mountaineers full of heart interest and wonderful experiments., i ^ TRAINS COLLIDED IIEADOV. MRS. R. H. Brown is seriously ill with pneumonia fever at Uie home of hher son. A. W. Brown of 28 South slate street. JUDGE J. B. Smith foclay Issued a marriage Mcensc to John Stovall of Neosho Fai!s, ami Ressia Humboldt. Accident on Indiana Railroad Resnlts In Death of One Man. Terre Haute; Ind.. Nov. 1?.—^Two fast p.issenger trains met head on at Vevay Park, Illinois, forty miles west of here at an early hour this morning. Kngineer Jos. McGlennon, of the east bound train and Conductor Kirchner of Indianapolis, were slightly In Jured. Because of dyiihtheria the publk- schools of Humboldt w.^re closed yes torday and orders w.ere glv^n nut not to hold church 6r any public mcetin.s ^ for at least a we?k. There has been Boyd death from tl.vphtherja and tbere I 'ara several cases al present. Two liiigs tkt CipHW M Price The qualitiK of our goods is of a high standard, while our price is lower than is charged elsewhere for goods of equal quality. NOTICE TH^E PRICES Children's Caps Cloth Braided Corduroy Campbell's Hair Bear Skin 29c 44c 49c 89e China : Setsof DUhes 42-piece set gold decoration ....$S.95 53 pieces English ware 98M 100 piece Dresden decoratidn ..112,95 Sid^QOl Book Exchaiige We are the- igents for tlte Kansiia Boole company and handle,si fjill line et achool booka and janpplli^ Ladies Underskirts Black Satteen $1.25 Black Satteen '. %\M Heathei|bIoom $2.25 Hcatherbloom $3X0 Glassware Tumblers Tumblers ;.. 3-band tumblers Bell tumblers ... Sherbeta ... 20e dez. ... SOedoc ... aic doi. ... 84« doc 11.20 del. Tojfs ; Our line of Toys'ia tbe most complete In jtown. I CeawiMriy and set yinr dMke, y Hose Children's l$e Children's Fleeced Ite Children's Famous Rawhide l$e Ladies 10«, 15c and SSe Men's Sox .... 8 l-3e, 10c, 15c and S5e Gas Light Supplies Burners 15, 25, 45 and fiOe Mantles 10, 12», IS, •Sc Globea^ ^ 10, I2U, 15, 8*e Inverted light, complete trfe 3C-inch oxidised pendant flOe 1 swing bracket Me 2 awing brackets J. 75e Dress Findings We have tbe most aatisfaetory and money sarins Une of tirmt Findia^ WANTED CANVASSERS—Men to represent the Prudential Insurance company of Newark, N. J., in lola. Good salary guaranteed, inquire M. J. Burt, 10% North Washington, at 9 a. m. W .i \NTED—Two men to make con- densors ;on condensor machine. Plant requires 000 per day and will pay $1.10 per, hundred for pugging clay- twice and making. Married men preferred. Apply Vanatta & Stafford, 410 South Third street, lola, Kas. LooBeommoKWk mCOITS OF rXAGCABKBSU Knlghta of Blaccabeea o2|iba World meeta In. K. P. Hall, second and ftmrtli Wednesdar nlghta !n( eadi month. |J. W. Poatwait. commander; B.BJPn^ ter. reooM keeper. ' j W. 0. W«—Camp No. 101 meeta m K. of P. Han ereir Friday nlcbt. W. T. Steele, C. C; A.H.OaTla. CI«t* Visltora cordlaIl7 invited. KNIGHTS OF FITHIA&-Neoaho Lodge No. 43 meeU afrery Monday night at K. of P. HalL ~Vlaltlns brothers Invited. W,8.Tlianpaoa, aa: Chris Rltter, K. of,R; and a M. W. A.—The IL W. A. liodge meeU every Friday night in H. W. A. hall. VisiUng brothers invited. W.H. Anderson, V.C.; W. A. Cowan, Clvtp. WANTED—Two men to make condensers on condensing machine. Plant require 500 per day and will pay $1.10 per hundred for pugging clay twice and making. Married men preferred Apply Vanatta and Stafford, 410 South Third street, lola. WANTED—Girl for general housework. Inquire 70C East street. CIVIL SERVICE—We want yonng men who.wish to enter the U. S. Civil Service, if you are over 18, an American, and can read and write, we can qualify you to pass examinations Write at once for "Civil Service Book let," stating age. I. C. S., Box 799 Scranton, Pa. W.\NTED—Four South State street. boarders $4.00. at 209 WANTED—House cleaning to do. Phone 1112. WANTED—Second hand Winchester pop gun. Inquire 105 South Second stret FOR SALE—REAL ESTA1L iimJM Down Buys ICO acres .located 5 miles from Moran, Allen county. Kansas. All level no rock, black fertile soil; fair Im provements, in a well improved neighborhood; on main traveled road. R. D. and teleuiutOfiJ splendid orchard good water. A snap at only $35 per acre. Owner must raise $1600 in cash, within thirty days and is forced to sell. Will accept BANK DRAFT as first pa.vment, and will give time at C per cent interest on balance. Possession March 1, 1S08, If sold soon. Never was such an opportunity given you to buy a home. Shall we hold It for you? Write us at once. lOLA LAND C.MPANY, lola, Kas FOR SALE—Good runabout Stude- bakcr buggy and good set of harness for sale cheap if taken in the next few days. Inquire at Howard's Livery Barn. > fO^ SAL€-tnmomllm6 FOR SALE—2 v.ork mares, 3 fresh coVs. 1 trade for Lallarpe rental property. G. AV. .McKinder, Kincaid, RJ R. 1. FOR SALE—.\ young Jersey cow, fresh in 4 weeks. H. O. Stephenson, La Harpe, Kans. FOR SALE—Fumiiure 3 room house. Inquire 404 South Wash. are. FOR TRADE—A well Improved 80 acre farm, 3 miles from Hallowell. Labette county. Kansas, to trade for residence property in loia. i Address, Lock Box 17, La Harpe, Kansas. FOR SALE—Pigs. Inquire 134 South Osborn, Gas City. FOR SALE—Light team, wagon and harness. Reasonable. 315 North Third street FOR SALE ies and store Kenfucky street -$1800 stock of grocer fixtures. 402 South PO^R SALE—A driving mare and baggy. Horse city broke, safe for lady to drive. Inquire 832 North street FOR SALE—Good mare with foaL Call at 810 West street FOR Ran- misomtti Ft)R RENT—Furnished rooms at No. 5 North Sycamore. Phone 1091. FOR RENT—One large room for two persons, sleeping or housekeeping. 212 West Madison. FOR RENT-Fumisbsd rooms, also five room house. 604 North Jefferson. Its Economy - To have yonr Carped joA Bags dcaaed by BOTA^ NEIGiaORS.—lola Camn Na 366, Royal Neighbora, meeta aee> ond and: fourth Tuesdays (tf each l.monthi Mra. F. A. Wagner, oracle: Mrs, Siary Hntton, 4U Weat Street. Recorder. F. A. A.—Golden Leaf COnncU Ko. 462, F. A. A. meeta firat and third Wednesday nights in each month in K. P. Hall. C. E. Lacey, prealdent; iiisa Mable Rhortact. aecretary..!... FRATERNAL BR0TI|BBH0O]»r^ Fraternal Brotherhood Na ti^'to^ second and fourth Tneadaya oC eai^ month in A.O.U.W. HalL Viaitlnft membera conllaly invited. W.IL;An«. derson, prealdent; Golda Elam, aecre* tary;: J ^ Junior Order United American ¥•> chanieSr-rMeets every Wednesday ev« . enhig at 8 o'clock In K. P; HalL i All visiting members invited. R. A* Wldlck, Councelor; C. B. Black. Reo, Secretary. BUSUtESS omEOTORY JEWELEBa R F. Panc6aat. old reliable Jeweler, 110 East street STAMMER. Complete court at the beat aduol for etanunerera^ln America at bne^ half price this fall and winter. White for information at once. UcKie School for Stananerers, 2706 Eaat 12tb Street, Kansas City, Mo., P0L4RIIE4R FLOUR HasStoodtfie Test ' BccattseitstheBe^t Acce|>t No OtNr Win.Obefdorf, Agt THE NEW Are a little late Wetttng the Old Corner Book-Store tils year,'but we give yon & betier' price on the big sellers. $1.10 Buys such big sellers as r Both Norrell, by Bandall Parish. Daaghter of Andersin Crow, by. Geo. B. McCutcbeon. LitU<» Shepherd of HBIs, by Har old Wright The Tonngfer Set, by Robert W. Chambers. Helena's Path, by Anthony Hope And many others at equally low ^prices. Most' of the popur lar authors have new books this year, and you can get them of Evans Bros. THE BOOK SEIXERS. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Nothings l>etter than a magazine for friend.' For your magazinea see J. E. HENDERSOJr, Pbene 9S. 414 N. BMkeye. Livingston ^ Co Ueatraelm mU Ml Idnda oC woffc a • Seafh t AmmaaHfea pat np to com^ witfe UM pare fead law. Its Sonth Keatacky. Fheae TeBeSluniikm The Allen'^mifcy

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