Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 25, 1908 · Page 3
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Whath Means To fully appreciate the liicaning of the statement 'Baked by the Nation?.' ijihCiiit Cc^r ^poiiy ' open any hox QI RED LABEL No otlicr Graham Cracker c.)mcs anywhere near heintJ like them -whether in appearance, flavor or nourishment. Always sold in moisture-proof packages. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Mr <4. J. K. StPiTHH Wax Hcrr. I Clwiico In Mnithcr. yci annoimccri his oan .ll .lacv iii the •Mrs. J. R. Stfwail. of Himiboliii. \<( ..t.iin-; lo liorh Jlio Assoriatoil papors. hut is iiifornuiiK ln.-< fri<'ii(l : wa.< In the city this mmniii-^ c„-'l'ir^< \v .1. A. Srhoi.iic. thfio will of hi.s iiiicniion. Mf. Myl.>r was po- toiilo 10 noiirhon coiitiiy lo visit ! I"-a <-!i.if.up in tlii^ w ptitlii r tr>- '.i'-o jii(lc<' two y.^ars auo. Wtillacc friend'* over Thaiikssiviii'^. Mrs. S^fw | :i '..'Tnw .^;l^w and <ihil womhor Antlerson annnuiipcd his canilidary ail is a sister of Mr?. C. O. i;olllii;rfi. 'jT .-mi.-.-d for polire jiidce several days nsa Inia I'otllaiid. an aetioii to rii-ovrr for lo-s of •<i 'r\i-''.- of lii.^ in!i;or .^nii. (".if- ford \iiiol»'ri:. wlio iii'-t will; an ao- ii; ill (pi'irrii s. it on iii ilis- tiici roar; to.lay. .Mr. .Moobfrr.v i« l'\ l!.s<»\S'S ANMAL KOnRKItV. Tin- Frisro .Stiition Ilrokrn InJn aiiil l*a> J hrcks Stolen. I'ar.-i)!!.-:. K:i-.. Nov 1'.'.- niir;:lar.- ;)r;iko into tlm St. i>oii:> & San I'raii- as-kii::.' for SlL'.'.'i dama'-fs. . The .-niiiii^eo slation la.-^i iii.nlii and 1>-^w open \r.ir. a -.lit for $1:2.'"Hi liaiiiaize.-; in IV.CIIK- '111.';. lOok tli;- p.i: <-h<Hks for Mils Here to Fiiiiersil. Ksiell Kdwards reiiiriied lo lii.^ home ill Columbia. Mo..' ihi.s afti'rnooii. Ife wa.s called to the cit.v by th^ death of hi.« father-iti-Iaw-. .1. X. Deer. - Oiir \V.l^ V. iiidirv —l .otik a! Mylcr in the Race. v.. W. MykT ha.-i'd.cidi>d to get into; MOOBERRY CASE IS ON. Father Suing Cement Company for Loss of Son's Services. ifilira! con":. .\Iooli'-ri'.\ lt">>t Dili-'i- iiijnrifs. Ml. lae. for 'loiici- ju.lge. Ho V.as not j .The .siiir. of S. A. .\looho-ry ilie U'i-.i.-^-'-r want nds hi the arcid'iii yoiin.c 1 1 (-.c oi'liei- fiiiployees and more Inan :i„ .-M- ;i!i.l snffr-rcd • i;iMM in i;ish. Tb-.-; a yearly oc-eiir- ,II:KC and is believed to li.- the work . 'r- a uaii^ of <-ri '<:k-. with a rt '--'ii!ar .-'hednb'. Ilfrh Brown llere. Hprl.ert Hrown. who has been al- toadinir V.aker fniversity. was in thi- e;ty thi:< afternor.n whiU- emoiiie (<> lii.^ hitiic near .Moran where he \vi!! spend Thaiiks;.'iviii2. ile was acroin- ^ (i.-iJiicd b.v H. r; rtiinioij. ;i <oll(-;.:.. • frii'tiil. - (tperaied l'|ioii. -Mr.-;. S. 1). Deiiiorei underwent an operation a' Si. .lobn'.-i hospital this : i .ioriiin .u. \ That till- three sreatesi (•:tif•^ of i!i< Tba; in al' thiec in>t;infp.s tli.> t iwn and loclay Is one of the lai'-v>' r-ii.' i; ihe name of Kans.is CIM ; i'.d.i> :• '•• Illinois, and St. l^oui-. .\l!<so;iil, wli .li i- m. and i;as fields of .\oi • IHI ri, (Ikl.ili.'iii.i ^ >'\' lirarl of the ri'-'idi-iii or bii'^liii's* di "f S.in:li; i'oifi".\ i \V.>; at"'divi.lcd l.y state lin.-s of differeni states with separai" .iiovei nineni CI i-i;> >!attins last aeios-; the slate fmin I'le orl?:inal town lias mad - ili • !: i:' ibp W. >i. iiian\ liiP"'-. Iar;:i"r th.ia ilii- orl:;in :il city. Coiini' Kiiirr.-- I >v..i u.-i .mil ui .'.-.ii-.-! city III 111" Wis; .'.iid ilic oiiuinal (•ii> of K.m-a: III til" .Mi-sl.'-sii'i'I ^''i ''y. iM .li Mail-, till ^aiiio as fi .lfe .Nvii;.-. l\ansa>. :ind .South <'offiyiile. Oklalicnia. !i ;wii stai'nl a -ro-.'-. IIK- --Mie lim- in .Vc 'ir .iskti from Council Illiiffs. iico-. ilic line in MisMiiiil. from K.insas Ciiy. Kansrs. and e.trrif lii lliai 111 K :iii -:is Ci-v. .Mi^soiui. Tiie .-anie with Si. The will li • i.> il.c la -I cii\ .i.iioad laeiliiiis and .--l net i:;r iii e i iiiin'id.ii ion • ic|ii;il 'o ili OkLiliiMiM v.inM- ioi.s aie new M MII« M'MI M J-'-T.. I n .-rilili liov.ii. $:. iiii.iilbly .SI lir- Oniaiia wji'^ :i new i;:in .1.- CI:;.. Ml^.-.l•^:. -i ^• ni < ill. b 'iiiisa-.. lias no conipai i IMI i^i si'/c > . f S '.'iib Coir.-.v villi- Oklalii .ii.a. w l .ica li .i . |.nilm up acro-s ibi- .-lai • line -in ibe <.:i:er of Ihe -^v l.niidi d iiii|elT:.i |ii -a-, 111! loii leaii/'- wiiai an :iives'iiie :i! of a few hineried i|o,Iai.- v^lll nieali !o Mill ill a few v. MI-." lie." and no Coffe.i \ llle (iK !.ilii nia Miill liweil uil! nil- .11 :l \ rjn wi ".I e .ll. il 1 ir<< li 1,1 :i l.iiiil l'.'i'..l> ili^tlie' eil:lll-elei| Iowa. s Willi I .Olli.-. iTii nil 111 Ihe Soiiih of Ihe Wliai a Ii'iv h:t;iiliiil I 'luM •.•:;!..! .ir K.m . - Cin .Mi-Snui'. u 1:. ii i' >i.i'ied .ie:f...s ilie '.iiie fioin Kaii -^:i.- Ci'y. I\a!;>a-.. or <);ii In. .N-l.,M-v.liiii ii ^laiii'^il ac:'is.- I'.ie in.-- in N.'hraska fioin Coiitieil I'.Mff-. Iowa, or .St. Lniiis. IlliiMis «li.e ii - -iiie.! acio^.- lite line in llliimis fioiii St (.nii.-. .Mis.-iiii!. or ill .N'oilh Toi)eka. Srnilli .Me\.i ,ie: (jl;;.ili.,i,,j: .«<iiiih iCiild (Ikiaboiiia: .Norili .S|irins(ieli|. .Mi--i-iiiri; .^oiiili Onialia. Net.ia>l::i. or a i;. o|i..-i :,,-.vi: m ciiy il,ai >-i:iried .i-n. the Mate line? Wliai MI< li .m ilive-iiiiea' would mean to yoe I'.v • The man who liou^b; i lias aeciiniiiiaied a formne inn ; ill this town or <-iiv. Inn it i.- ii't :!; :!.••-.• ciiii 111 :!i .i,' h .-^lniii;.- .-iiid 'n-.d ibein rov. ,we;; i "vril. lie .ii.;i.e ad'.a;]!.- of ]\',n invc-lnieiit. Ihi.s is not oiiiy paiiicn'arly tnio e-. •o«ii 111- <iiy whrre li:i- ii.vesioi nets in on Hie •..•niiiiid floor, and inve.-is in lui.v in.ibe Ijciiiniiii.u- if :iii.~i- IH-AII., O.- cities The ^hlewd l)ii-iiie--s ni in if ili'- 'inn r.lrhoiir ,i bii.iiiiie--.s liave aJl lu.idc vre.ii foiruiies in early inve.--uncnts in ilic beviiinini' of o-wn- or cities, rieeaii.se the adv:!n<einent of real estate in a new town uiiii a ibriviaK prospeioii^ liiinrp (-annot he ehfcked. and their invPr -imeni -^(.fs bi ^'lier and lii :;her evoiy yf.-ir nn ijialter v,(:i.lir-r h.- i.s i he, shrew.I liii.-ine-s man oi not Tlie mail wli<< li :i.-< iK-\ei- :i. i .ifimiaieil a -mall for :Mii..' Iia.s !el fhe.-i- ciii.oriiiiiilies Uy. lie h.-is I sifHid idly by. wiih i>erha|i- r.K.-e n.i-.iiis'than the other fellow, anil failed lo invest. Here is the bciiiij- nins; of a great ciiy i|i:.l everv niaa ran invest in. where the tots in the very hrart of tli.^ new ti.wn silt; raiis<' from Jinn to e:u h. oiic-f:ftli down find per monili (>nKi;i:i» TIIK iM;niM .K HIIKI.M: TIM: UAN UITII .S.MVI.I. 1lJ:.v^.s IIA.** TIIK .SA.UI ; ni,po,- maiiy :> • 'be -.i..,! : ir .:;ti.-;er. ever ':ccii :icd to yon w lia a f.i lue Seiiib Coffi yvillc. Oklabo.iia. lias before 11 • .\ Dev.- town with rai load facilities ei|ii :il ui ihe lirm .- i-iiics. three bi'.i railroads now ill .ijierat ion. r .v.i laiiroad. soon hi lie iniili. one of which is williiii i in -baif nitle of ihe u<-\\ i .iwiisiti.*. Si \iieji pfi.---en-.;. r trains daily, union (P-i oi fur aii roa.ls MH-I-I cat lirre in iip>-raiioii wiibin eii.'bi liiiii Us of iie -.v lown -iie. ^ivill^ fiiiei-ti mitiiiie- ser\ !<-•• .-onn lo li - e\w.[i .bil to ihe new town Wiibin .•i.:bi h.iK -k.^ of Xataioi i 'lni. faiii.ii .s S :!-iiiaa .^pi iiiu.-. aiid lin- ur. a: I'.rov.ii I'ieasiir.e I'ark. Only a -!:i.M di>;ai.(e fi.iiii ^itil- of the i .-i .-'.e-. f.if ;«.• i.-.- in .In . MIIIIII pai: "f Cirfeyvillc. Kalisa.s. al of tt bi(h are ••• iiliiii two b 'ock- of -ei <;!ir line. cia.ai < .iiiu iial; ot ;lu- f.wti cities-, access lo the :;reat .?as I 'l-!-!- o;' Oki .iliollia. v.iii.-b is b .-ul .•. IlliiTt^tl e j .i-.- :i iin'.i --d by s'n .i lav Sale of iols resirieied as lo i-ilore.l |e-<.|.!..-. .Xoiiiieii, l .i .iitnli.. ..f e.iiii.- .jiiai.ia: iM- line, wbicii as.-iirea the new tnwn of becrmiiiiR; a u'r .-ai livo stoeJi shi|ipiiii; poini ? The adv .n.iaues of the inier.slaie freiuhl rate, factories and piililie Miiiit'.es can fie ex.^inpi frotii n-i::::.-i ;i ::i r ::\;Mio!' Tl;e -.^reat difference in the prohibition ^aw of Okiahonia and Kansas F 'ifiv acns of fiee l .i. loiy sites, all of whidi fisrure.^ Soiilh Poffeyville. Okia- l-itna. of lieeiimii !;4 lb.- leadili^' ciiy n:' ili - ni u ..-;a'.v Yon li.'ivi- never .-een a ciiy in ii- lief.neiei,- ivili sm -ii, iiniiar.'illeled advanl.iees and favnralde eondi- lioiis e.xiMint; thtii a.->siire.- ii - i .iiin.-diate tin.I rapid ;:rowili into a full fledKCd modern city. Iioni fail ii> aMeiid the hiir .^..-'lin.:,- .Xi.\. mh'-r L'l'.rb. I'Tih and L'sih. liC '-'iniiinn ThaiiksLiivin.!; Day. C.n over .Mo. I 'ae . Iron MoiMitain. .M. K, T. or .Saiiiii l-"e af of which i ;o to South Coffevville. Oklahoma . JSe Kdnsas Land Co-, roftV )tin«*, Kan". Ihe Big 3 Land Co., 'Ee Etchen Bros. Land Co,, riiffcyrllle, Kaiis.

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