Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 25, 1908 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 25, 1908
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T HE tola Business Men's Mil- eaje Bureau, an organization composed of the leading stores of this city, whose names appear below, wsnts you to do your trading in lola. There is no city in Kansas that is better equipped to satisfy your wants, and no merchants in the United States more reliable and more mindfnl of the peopleV welfare than the merchants of lola. Free Fare to lola and Return every Day of the Year Is what this association offers you if you will do.your buying here. Our object in inducing you to come here is for you to see for yourselves how much Ijetler yonr wants can l)e supplied in lola than elsewhere. By coming here you ^ve the privilege of making your Pelections from assortments many times l.irgcr than you find in the small towns, besides you gel the benefit of CITY PRICES, which of course are much lower than in timall townn. No mileage will be allowed unless application is made on date of purchase. No person will 1> P refunded morft than the full amouui of Ihe mileage. loki Business Men's Mileage Bnrean E. C. REYNOLDS, Sccrtlwy. Office R«ynold»Dnis score. I r East. FUdlson, lola. Address all Correspondence to the Secretary. Y OU need not necessarjiy buy of one merchant. You can buy of one, two or all of the merchants in this association. The refund is issued upon the total amount of your purchase. YOUR FARE FREE If You Do Your Shopping; in lola. You can come by railroad, ride, drive or walk- it makes no difference. Amusetnent Attr&ctiotts in lola THIS WEEK Aflditoriam Rink ZARRAH! SniNatloD of Uic Rink World. TbHm.. FrL snd Sat. >'tfrhtfi. GRAND Theatre Thursday Mfcht. 'AsTold ki the Hills' Irene Diiekett Slo«'k Vo. Italanre of the ireek. MAJESTIC TBEATRE ChlDS Week and Xorhxr PIctBres. GRAND Theatre Thursday Mfcht. 'AsTold ki the Hills' Irene Diiekett Slo«'k Vo. Italanre of the ireek. MAJESTIC TBEATRE ChlDS Week and Xorhxr PIctBres. ELECTRIC THEATRE MoTlnpf Pletnrrs. Wlien through trading present yonr mileagft book (which will l)e fnrnishfld by tlic mere)j ants) to the B. C. Reynolds Drug Store, 17 East Madison, lola,, for your mileage. Rules Res:ardinsf Payment of Mileage Any cne who has purchased goods of any or .ill of the membftrs of The lola Business Men*s MileaRc Hureau is entitled to his or her mileage. B'or every dollar's worth of good.s purchased or business done with any member of thfe Mileage Bureau, you will be allowed one mile of transportation—coming and going. Remember, you may ride, drive or walk—mileage will be allowed for actual distance traveled. FOR EXAMPLE: Parties living 10-miles from lola, and total purchases amount to fin will he refunded their fare botli ways. THE FOLLOWINQ lOLA STORES COMPRISE THE BUSINESS MEN'S MILEAQE BUREAU—WHO REFUND FARES. R.VKI'BS Ifarrs' Paker.i HOOTS AND SHOES. Model Shoe Co. The Palace ij. C. Mlitlebflohl 8h4eIdB, C. H., Shoe Co. CLOTHINC STORKS Barolny Shields Clo. Co. PamoiiR Shoe A Clo. Co. Olohe Choe & CIr>. Co. McClaIn, K. C. .Men'n I-'inn, niid Slioon Perham & Ron. flEXTISTS. •Biishfield. nr. 0. 11. Cole. Dr. C. M. WoiiBh, nr. I'. E. DOGTOng. Ijiihrop & I.Athrop, Osteopniha i)RT floons. BrlBhi. 'Geo. D. & Co. Ptlnhmnn'B. Dry Qoodn, Ladies' Weor Iowa Store (A. G. Mutntna) N'ew York Store, Dry C.ood« .niirt J.iadleH' FiirniahlnRB ItnmRny Uroft., Shoaaand l.nilieK° Wcnr DRin STORE .S. Urown. Dr. H. A. Hurretl. S. R. Crabh, W. L. KvaUK Uros. Miindls. J. D., & Co. Reynolds Drng Store. FrBXITUHK .\XI» CARPETS. lola Furniture Store, Ptanon and Sowing .MachlneH (A. \V. neck) Coffey & Sou Sleeper. U. & Boa Wlllla UroR. (Cheap Chnrl»'y) DavlB. Harry I (JROCEKS. .\Jiierni;Mi, P. W. Tryer Hro.'<. I'ontpr. L. K. »lr)!:if.!son. H. A. iroiKl.s ,»ND RE.'<T .trR.\.M .S. Motel oiii Wiiy Rp.-'taMmnt. ilARPW .VRE. nriKh.nnj Hardware Co. Coutnnt. U. W. Shannon. T. U.. CarrinKes, ILnrness and ImplementH nSl'RAXCE AflE .NT.S, Henderson Really Co, I'nwcll. .1. K. Sniiili & TIJIVIH. .lEWEI.ER.S. Coffey & Son Uffler, (J. A. .Me.N'ell Hro.s. .Mcreh.Tni. .1. V. .Ifwelry Co, MILLINERY. C.'irrii' Dofigett. .MISIC AXD PIAXO IIOrSE. Rohew.s, J, V. MIIBIP CO. PLI'.>IBER.S. K. C. PluniliInK Co. ItoliilRCfh & lioit Root, W. H. PHOTOfiRAPIIERS. .\IIMor. Oram II. Kaeket and Notion .Storex. American Racket (.\. L. Moorehead) ICwInK & Bnrdlck (Department Stored TAILORS. Honan. P. .1. . .Morrison, Ariliiir LI6HT CARS RACED up first. The estimates are about 3S mittlon dollars and vary little frota the current appropriation. Chairman , Tawney plans to conclude the hearing InterMttoDal Autoraol.ile Race in Z '^rl - "l7rnS ^"v^'.ho TZ2^ Sarannah Won by uu ItaliuD ' Hocombor . an.l to bave the measure Race Savann.ili. C.a., Nov. 2.5 —Fifteen of the fastest little .•nitonio- bUes ever set on wheels Biarted here pa.ssed by Otn House bofore the Christ mas boliiUny. He hopes also to make such progress that the hearing on the district of C9lumbla appropriation six miles for honors of ihc international li»:ht racp ovor licid in this country. Hurins the firm half of the,race vhp lenders w»t out at a pacf of fifty-three mile.s per hour. William -V. Hllllard, of Ro.Mon. driv Ing the Italian car. Vi\nria. won the first International Hsht car race ever run hi this country.) Thp limo of the winner was three hours, foriy-ihree minuteR. thirty-three seconds. moasnri^ before Christmas: WANT 2 -CENT POSTAL RATE. German Chambers of Commerce Would Follow England's Lead. Berlin. Nov. 1'."..—Various chambers of commerce in Germany, are petitioning the imperial socrfitar>- of posts to estahlish in t^c interests of trade a 2-ceDt postal rate between Germany and the United States.) such as now exists between Bngland and the United States. The chamber of commerce of Xaberfleld today passed a resolution expressinp its urgent desire that the empire follow the example of Great Britain in this matter. Business houses In Germany to(]ay send their packagca for America by mail to England to be roposted th^re under the lower rate. TO CUT HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS. Chairman Tawney Called a Meeting i to Prune the Eatlmatea. WtUhlnjtOD. .Nov. 2.'5.—Wlh the prospect of thi« sffoml hair of ii L' Nil' ion dollar Congross. the House nm- mlttee on ap|iro|irlatloii.< will uin nett» Monday Its work of att' un'n:.-.^ „ to cut down eHiimnt'.M KUhmlltrd l ,y | hour of 10 o'clock A. M. ai the Secretary of of Iho Traesurj' forMvlil<li !l:uo and iWace each of you and runaing the sovuninn nt n<' COIUIUK' " ' - .... ".^ fiscal year. The flrst Uiiii^ Vh'*''''""" Tawney did when lie arrived at his (Fir.'!i Published, November 12. ISOS.) I 'CBLirATION NOTICE, In the ProUile Court of Alien County. Kansas. In the matter of the estate of William F. Hammond, decea.sed: and. in the matter of the estate of Phoebla l^. Hammond, deceased. To all whom it rany roncern, and luoro especially to .lulla A. B\-anB, Sarah U. Isoni. David U Hammond. Nora F. Simpkins. John R. Hammond. William C. Rollins. Harry F. Rollins. Lenora E. Rollins, and Elsie .M. M. Rollins, heirs at law and beneficiaries under the will of William V. Hammond, deceased: and heirs at law of Phoebla E. Hammond, deceased, late of Allen Countv. Kansas. You and each of you are hereby notified ihai I, T. N. Funston, Administrator of the estate of each of the above named decedents, did on the 11th day of November, 1908, file a petition in the Probate Court of Allan Couul.v. Kansas, praying (hat 1 might he auihorlzert and empowered to sell at private sale iho following described land for the purpose of paying the debts, and cost of administration of each of said estates above named, towit: All of lots five (5) and six (G), In block four (4) of Hankln's Addition, lo Ihe City of lola, and In Allen County, Knnana, according lo the re- tnrdpd plat (hereof. That said pell- will 1)0 heard at the Probate .11111 Room In the Court House of Al.< fo'iniy, Kansas, In the City of \u'..i. o:i the 'jRih day of November committee room toilay w.ns to Issue a caU for the committee to theet. The legislative, executive and jitdic- lal appropriation bill will be taken all oilier persons interested therein tire iiotlfit'd to be present and show cause, if any there be, why an ordet of sale as prayed for should not he granted. This 11th day of Nove,ml>er. iftOR. T. N. FUNSTON, n-12-lD-2(5 Administrator. THO& H. BOWtUS, President. J. P. SCOTT, Caihler. ALLBN COUNTY STATE BANK Capital $30,000.00 DIRBCrORS • A. W. •ecfc. L. C. •••tty. A. J. Fulton, W. J. Even*. J. O. RodMM^ w: L. Bartlce, Thoe. H. •owluc wkmyE oim owii MUFTS OH AU tumptMi fomtt •AFI-rV DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT FROM f2 TO |S PER VgAR. I INTEREST PAID ONTIME DEPOSITS. « OUR AIM tVAS STRAIGHT AT QUAUTY In iMkliig onr selertions for Cbristma« this year qoality was the npper- most thongiit fn onr mind Cheap Jewelrj !.« repulsive and wilt lose you the respeet of yonr best friends. Tome where yon y«n I bat QUALITT reign* ahore aU other roDsIdeni. tioni. ThaIN at Lefder, Ift Jeweler HEARING ON DEC. 4 METHODIST REVIVAL Successful Meetings Continue.—Several were at the Altar Last Night. Harry Howell and William Qillen water Were Arraigned at Nevada, iMo., Monday. The Fort Scott Tribune says: Ijst evening Harry Howell and William C.lllenwnter. two men arrested Sunday by the big chief as sus pects in the mafter of the snooting of Special Agent Clinton Wohh of the P. G. road at Stotesliorn-, Mo., were taken to Nevada. Tliey are to bo served with warrants there charging them with a murderous assault. They went to Nevada wjthout a requisition. Neither man weakened or wavered In his statement to the authorities and went away from town declaring" that ithoy were not the persona who tried the; assault upon Webb. They will endeavor to establiidi proof of an ali bi. Besides Webb and the colored train porier, it la understood that there are others who saw the men on the train «nd Identified them. I According to the Nevada Mall the men will have a heariuK on December 4th. Being unablr to rive bond •they were bdcen to jail. Oillenwater aayg his home is In Gas City, while HoWell was formerly; emplo.vod inn a pipe line foreo near Humboldt. —Our Way Window^ .\ good crowd was In attendarice at fh.' revival in 'the First .Methodist church last night and the Interest was Kooil. A little fatigne was felt by th«? workers because of having work- e.l until late the two pighta before It being nearly midnight before the last of Sunday night's work and nearly as lal»? the night before. .Notwithstanding this all enjoyed the .service. The song service was fine. Mr. Merchant added his comt»t to tlie musidal part and the male quar tt-tte. Prof. Allen. W. O. Anderson. Dr. Onrlingh«)ise and A. L. Boatright belnp on hand and rendering a splendid selection just before the sermon. R6V. Hamilton took for his text. "Lot me (lie the death of the righteous and let my last end be like His. This text though uttered by one who had good intentions was of no avail for as Cod siiya he was slain in his sin. There fore the theme for the evening, don't depend on the desire to die the death of the righteous but rather "let me live the life of the righteous," and then will I lie sure to die the death of the same. There was a good testimony meet Ing and before the services were con eluded three persons were at the al tar seeking, nnd others were up for prayers. The sad thing lo us is that persons who come one night and become very much concerned, stay away the next night. There may ho reas ous over which they have no control and if so well, but we fear mucin of It is lodged on the same basis, that led the apeaker of the text to say what he did and then go right on- and lose his soul. We urge every person to act wisely and when (3od speaks don't put it off but do the thing you know you should do and get right* with God. Tomorrow being Thanksgiving day and Rev. Hamilton being called upon to preach the Thanksgiving sermon there will be no after noon pra.veri meeting in the church and the pastor will preach the revival sermon In the evening. Services tonight open promptly at 7:30 with A fine son«? service nnd preaching by Jtev. Hamilton at closing of the thirty minutes song service. Everybody is invited. J. M. M. VERDICT FOR S6I2.50 Jury Derided That Jirs. Xorthnip Via% Entitled to Daiuages From the lian}nn Zhic ('ompany. The jury which heard the evidence in the Ciise of Jlrs. .\I;iry E. Northnip vs. the Lanyou Zinc company, a suit to recover $I.9uO damages ui lanrt. returned a verdict for $CI2 ..'iU utKiut five o'clock last evening. .\Ir.s. .North rup owns land near the smeliitr and set up in her iietillon that, the fumes and gases damaged it. She a.nked for $l9im. A BASKET BALL GAME. Chanute and lola to Play Here Tomorrow Night. Tomorrow evening at the Y. M. C. .\. in this city will occur one of the best ha.sket ball games of the season. The two teams will bo picked from the best players who are members of the Chanute nnd lola Assoel.i- Hons. The players will all be mem- hers of the association and no outsiders win be jiermltted to participate in the game. The lineup of the lola t<«m -will he as follows: A Helgele and D. .lordan. forwanls; B. Helgele and R. Meau.M, guards; H.nrolil Fulton, cetiier. CRACKED THE SAFE Posse Is ill Pursuit of Robbers ^^Tio Cat From a Bank at 1'nwania Today. Wichita. Kas.. .Nov. i.'i.—The To- waula Slate bank vault at Towauia. Kas., was blown open with nitro-glycerine early this morning. Twenty- five hundred dollars was secured. The cracksmen fled towards Wichita on the railroad tricycle. ..\ iKwse' is In pursuit. RELAY RACE IS OFF Relay race is off ..... Bad Roads Cause Postponement of Y. M. C. A. Sport Tomorrow. The roads between this city and Hunilwldt are in very bad condition and for this reason the Thanksgiving relay between the members of the two Young Men's Chri.stlan .Associations has been called off. The two associations have decided to run the race on the first Saturday after the roads are in good condition. To Come Home. Mr. Oliver Bryson. who has been visiting his sister. Mrs. Benjamin Shoemaker, for a few days, left for his home III Ij^I.-i tod.iy.—Ottawa Re- puhlir. ^ The foods we eat furnish energy for the body just as burning coal makes steam for an engine. TheScxperimcnts of Prof. Frankland. Ph. D., of London, show that cod liver oil yields two and one-lialf times more ener}{y than starches or sweets. Scott's Emulsion is pure cod liver oil-combined with hypophosphites of lime and soda. It forms fat, gives strength, enriches the blood, invigorates the nerves, and repairs tissues. ' Soul tliix advcrtiicmenl. tocher wttli nane of paper in which It appear*, your aAkca* and ftwr cents to cover poOaat. and we will tcnit ]KM a "ConipJrteHaadyAUaiof theWorid" :t SCOTT & ROWNS. 409 P«l Street. New Yorti foltmel Boober In Town. Col. D. Booher. of 'Savonburg. was in toiru yesterday on buBlness. HaHaii Taylor was over from Moran list errenlng on hualBess. There is Only One ^^Bromo Quinine^' Thmt is . |, THC muuD p¥Em TO OMW ii pOlo m »m aAr, Always remember the full name. Look for thl* aignaiure on every IKW. 25C.

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