Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 27, 1908 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, November 27, 1908
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WhBr0 DUrSpBtaOlH? H&ve yotf ever goM "down towu" with |5.00r-mQre or JUss -rin your pocket, and the next moniing got uj) "dead Innoke" and wondered where you spent it? . * What hdalthy, live, vigorous man hasn't? I But there comes a time in the lives of most men when *hey "get wise." They realize the folly of that sort of thing. 'They see that the moment their money is gone, thdr "friends" have no further use for them. , We don't expect a young man to hoard every cent, but really, he should save a little each week, even if only dollar. , How about it with ,YOU? Don't yqa think It about 4ime for YOU to begin saving a little? Bring in your first dollar, or five dollars. Make the start. Be independent Be a MAN. State Savings Bank GrngMml $2B.OOO Mm, Open from 7 to 8 p. m. Saturdays and Pay Nights oo o o o o o e aoioo o o • ' O IHUSIMEVTS. O ooooooooooooooooo AUIHTORIUM—Roller, skatios. ELECTRIC THEATER—Moylni^ pictures. MAJESTIC THEATER—Moving pictures. ', bRiiU4<D—Irene Duckett Stock Co. Report Fbur. Births. The foiiotring blrtte were.reported this moralnK: To Mr. and Mrs. W L. Bowman of 7 Scott street'a son to Mr. and Mrs. RorlCrowley of 19% East Madison, a daugnter; to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Piiltonvof |53^ South Kentucky street, a son; to Mr. and Mrs Manley Woten of 20SJ East Monroe, daue^ter. •-Frank 8. BMtUe. V. 8. Flioa* 2S9. READ! 1 tew fciB«re4 H lecUoia No. 1 wcatera Isad at fiooe and ap. GOLDEN WEST LAND CO. OMM Orer laira Eton. THE iOLA KB AND COLD STORAGE CO. . Wltal««l« CRYSTAL ICE AB4 Pistilled Water XMT (Mi suns* Serty te PRANK RIDDLE. Mgr. lb Short Stories BRBBBSBaiO r ••••••• lola Hq^penhigs —See the Our Way window. Storm at Deer Creek. Wegster Johnson, the rural mail carrier, sa}s that the storm of Mon day night did considerable damage In Deer Creek tonws>sip in the way ol blowing down big trees and sheds. —Dr. P. E. Waiffc, Dentlat Pkoae S2. Use No. 7 Flour l3ood as any—|>etter than moat, n't Forget Our ir MARKET < W« handle only the heat of Fresh MaatB. Smokeit and Salt MeaU. We Want.Your PRODUCE tifn^% and will pay the highest i^kat price la cash or trade. Come to a«d act us. 'Wk «M aolt agents for J. M. Bom'a COFFEES and TEAS U you win give this line a trial yon will use no other. Fryer Bros. P »M« Ml* m. lala, KtBiM. Albert Brown in Town. Albert Brown' was In the city this morning while enroute from Baldwin where 'he has heen attending Baker University to his home near MOrao for a few days visit. Harvey Heller who has also been at Baker went out to the Brown farm with him to spend the day hunting. —For fine livery and boarding stable for horses, see Ralph R. Drake, Phone 101. 212 North Jefferson. Went Back to Barliagtoa. U Shultz went to lola Tuesday for a few days visit with friends. • • • J. W. Marsh and wife came home Monday iron* lola where they have been visiting their son for the past few days.—Burlington Republic. f Thorpe & Hoagh Vntlr 'a<n>li>ped for all* klnda of mrraying, estimating, patent draw- §^ig. blm piintii, maps, sldewalka, rbbig, ftDd farm drainage. Ofl^e Over <7 «B0Wk" . EXCBiNGE OR SEUi. Ust your property with me. I -have a large list to matdi from. No expense unless a deal is found for you. I bare 240 acraa In Neosho county. Kaa. to exchange tor good lola property. J. T. MILlg. !«, OU CMrt H«l«& Stoves S«t op tod connected, also any otber gas fitting. Good work and reaaOMbk charges. Phone iql Rtadfckcr's Cash Groary <*P».».Dato Meat Maritrt. . OMiit* and Fish Ehrery Day Try.HaIiaa4 Kaak, Uie Ideal Foot AIX KIKV8 OF FBDITS —I.«ok at the Our Way window. Joplin «eLH ''^Bdaf." The Reverend "Billy" Sunday, the famous ex-basebaH playing evangelist, whom the Joplin Ministers' Alliance have be«-n endeavoring to secure for a series of revival meetings in Joplin, bas agreed to come at the first oppor tunity. according to a letter from him rt'celved yesterday morning by the Keverend Richard B. Sherman, presi dent of the Alliance. Reverend Mr. SiiiiUay answered the communication from .loplin, which consisted In part uf a huge petition signed by business men requesting hira to come, by saying that he would so arrange his dates as to be in Joplin at some time during the next twelve months, probably next summer. At the time that be answered the letter from Joplin. Mr. Sun day was In Ottumwa, Iowa, where he is holding a series of meetings.—Joplin G>obe. —Drs. foittrep, OsWpatlta. Pkone ««& For John Bee4s. The members' of the Fort Scott lo<]».'e of Elks are preparing for their annual memorial service in honor of their departed brothers, which is to be held at their home one week from Sunday, December 6lh. During the past year only two deaths have occurred in the membership of the local lodge, that of Ha.v Clarke, who was drowned in the bathing' IKJOI in the Elks home at Kansas City a few month ago, and that of John A. Reeds who died at Coffeyvllle on the 27th of last month.—Ft. Scott Republican. —^The Our Way window. , In Swift Jastlce. An lola law firm has received word from Washington that a case which has been |>ending in the United SUtes supreme court for twenty-one years has been settled. The suit was begun in 1887 by a man now dead, for possession of eighty acres of land near Elsmore. in Allen county. This IB what is called "swift Justice."— Wrhlta Eagle. A Kaa^ We have a 4 room house on car line, corner hot, that we can sell for tiS-^o ino. cash apd balance %\f> per month at « per'cent. This home rents for |8 per month. WMITAKRR * DONNBLf^ PlttalwrK Waata It It Is understod. that Pntsburg will ask the Southwestern Teachera ABSO> elation to cnme to Ibis eiiy n«xt year. They want lo show the leachert the new Manual Tralnina Building. Tlie assoclalion opens at Tola tomorrow.— Pittsburg Headlight. —aiRn palatfac lAons 14tl. rrad llowdaa. C«ad»g to lata. Geo. Sbyrock returned to lola today after an orer »aaa».f rW* wltll - • • • J. ft Daaa. UM iBoCtoir- Brakemaa Beeorerlng. Andrew Westine, a Santa Fe rail road brakemau, passed through lola from Topeka to his home in Chanute night before last. He has been in the hospital for several months—since be was seriously injured at Tulsa, by be ing knocked down by a train backing in to the station, and caught by the brake beam which dragged him for several rods. Mr. Westine is Out on furlough. His back Is atlll weak although it is gaining strength and he expects to be all right eventually. Rooms for men, Y. M. C. A. bnildlng. Steam heat In each room. Baths free. Went to Humboldt Mrs. O. H: Stewart and son. Paul left this morning for Humboldt where they will spend Thanksgiving, visiting with her mother. Mrs. N. F. Fisher, and other relatives. .Mr. Stewart went to Humboldt last night and will remain over until after Thanksgiving, and Harold will leave tomorrow.—Par sous Siin. Potatoes for Sale, Will exchange small seed potatoes, bushel fbr bushel, for com. Price for same 55c at home. Large sorted potatoes 70c. Also turnips 20c A. L. Townsend, Horseshoe Bend. Phone 992—42. HargraTe-Schorleff. This morning at lola Miss lone E. Hargrave, 320 Wiest First street, and Oscar O. Sh'urtleff, 406 West Second street, were married by Rev. McArthur. pastor of the Presbyterian church at lola. The young couple stole away to. lola on the plug, telling their friends that they were going to Garnett to spend Thanksgiving with relatives, and it was only hy chance that their real mission was discovered. From lola they went to Gamett to spend Thanksgiving, but will return here this week to make their home at Santa FV avenue and Third street. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Retta Hargrave. and the groom is a clerk in the grocery department of the Racket.—Chanute Sun. —I^wney's and .Mundls drug store. Lyon's Candy at Came Here lo Inxpertlou. The following ladies, members of the W. R. C, were in lola last Friday to be pre.sent at the inspection of the Corps at that place: Mesdames Ross. Dayniude. Oarst, J. M. Park, Fergus. Rogers, Millson. Burlingathe, Hayes. Buck. Kindale, Turner. J. W. Hark.— Yates Center News. LOTS OF BOOKS FOR BOYS 50 titles Horatia Alger's, ornamental cloth covers, good print. 60c; our price 20c 40 titles Henty Series, uniform cloth binding, all kluds of stories, ."iOc; pur price 20c 10 titles Young People's Library Juvenile stories, GOc; our price 20c 12 titles Rover Boy books, including the 1908 one at. .50c 43 titles Young People's Famous American series. 75c; our price -... 50c 40 titles The Castlemon Books, beaulifully "bound and illustrated books for real live boys, 75c; our price 60c 6 titles Motor Boy Books, up to date and very interesting; our price 60c 8 titles Capt. Bonehill sportsman series, 75c: our price 60c 100 titles In the Good Old books. Indian stories, natural . history classics. Juvenile fiction, as cheap as you can get them anywhere. The story life of Lincoln, Just out, one uf the best and roost interesting books about Lincoln, price, net 11 .75 Harper'a Out of Door book, tella how to make all sorts of things for out door enjoyment, fully lllustrBle<l. best hmjk of Its kind. 11.75; our price $1.60 The Pncle Remus Hooks are very (lopuiar again. We have tbeni. lola's Book Store sells as cheap as you can buy anywhere In this part of Kansas. The cigar trade is honey-ctanbed with "schemes. The smoker shoukl learn the. £acts. Here they are in a nutsbeUi ' It has become a widespread practice amoog cigar manufacturers to c^rthe dealer asecrct indacemtnt or"freedeaL" Theysay to him—"Wifli every order ifor 1,000 cigars we will throw io iOO eigart firm*. Or they ofifcr a "prize" with each order for IJOOO cigars. The cost of the "prize" or the "free cigars" is, of course, taken out of the qrua/ity. That's why many once-iamous brands are not what they were years aga And that's why so many new brands of cigars are "here-today-and-gone-tomorrow." The MERCANTILE CIGAR The Ci^ar that WonWithoiit Premiums o /'Free Deals" AMkyoarCigcirman fora'Mercan- The Mercantile Cigar is a winner and has always been sold on merit. The c^ar itselfia fait oalam. NopBemiumsor"free deals" hive ever been needed to stimulate sales. For eighteen yearsthe demandhaa grown steadily. For eighteen years the quality has been kept at the top notch. For eighteen years we have bou^t £rom the same plantations the cream ipf each season's crc^ of Havana tobacca And eighteen years from today the Mercan- tile"wiU still be the same thoroughly good cigar. tile" out of Rice's Ckus Humidor '•Jtice's Glass Humidor" is the origioal and only successfnl glass cigar jar. Auair-tigbt package that keeps Mercantile Cigars in exactly ttie same condition inwliicbtbeyleaveourtactury. Neitberalti- tude nor climate affects ttiem. Dealers will serve yon with "Mercaotiles" out of this jar. It you ask. This splendid paclcage is available at most dealers to smokers who buy .MercaniUe Cigars in lots of SO, If your dealer does not carry Mercantile C%ars send us his name and we will arrange to supply you. F.S. Rice Mercantile Ciiiar Co., St. Louis, Mo. Factory aoa^Firat DI««. of iUuom invite Dr. Hilseher. The Presbytery of Neosho will hold an adjourned meeting in the Presbyterian church here on December 1st. In the evening o fthat day the instil: lation service will occur. It \A expected that Dr. Hilscber of lola. Dr. .Mathls of Chanute and Rev. Mr. Fu!ch er of Oswego will make addresses. It will lie a very Interesting occasion and be public is cordially invited,—Vates Center Advocate. —Isaist SB kavhiff "IT. B." flMr. One Hnndred Will Tome. A big crowd of pupils are expecting to attend the musical contest, at lola, which is to be held in the Grand theater Saturday afternoon. They reserved one hundred seats for the Yates Center crowd. Miss Irma Lewis will represent our high school in the con test, singing', "The Hay .Maker."— Yates Center Advocate. —Caaalngbsm k Amett, t per eent moae/. Wrestling Match failed Off. E. W. Gates, the local champion, did not wrestle with D. R. Hulls of Rochester. N. Y., In lola last night. The attendance was so small that the match was called off. It will prot>- ably be pulled off some time next week In this city where more Interest Is shown In this kind of sport.—Chanute Tribnne. • Judge Cory Here. Judge C. E. Cory weut to lola this morning on bankruptcy business—Ft. Scott Tribune. —Watch the Our Way window. Lanyon Is BDlldtnfe. Arthur Lanyon', cashier of the National bank, will begin excavations for handsome new modern home on the lot at 404 West Euclid avenue in the very near future. The house which stood on this lot and which occupied until a week aeo tiy NMIUs Harper, has been moved to West Seventh street and will be remodeled and re- naired for rental purposes. The stone contract for the new home of Mr. Lanyon has been awarded to the Pittsburg Marble Works.—Pittsburg Headlight. , —Always time to eat at Our Way. About Our Politics. Allen county had so much fun out Of political clubs during the campaign that it is proposed to keep up the or- itanizations and have the women Join them. Debates on the tariff are planned to take the place of bridge whist and embroidery during the winter.— Ottawa Herald. —Our Way window—Look at It. To See Wrestlina Match. Floyd Neslbit went to lola yesterday afternoon to see the wrestling match b.?tween E. W. Gates of this city and ttie tola champion.—Chanute Tribune. •-Watch the Our Way window. To and Trom Chanute. Miss Zora .Myers went to lola this afternoon. Miss Jessie will go tomorrow. • • • Mrs. W. B. Richards arriv ed from lola this afternoon to visit Mrs. W. S. Woodward. • • • Miss Llla Rhoades and Miss Florence Matthews weht to tola fills afternoon to visit —Gbanute Tribune. —FlUfenM iitarafe aB4 Trsasfor Co, I HaaiekaM aad plaaa noTfaft laryesl store rooa la eity. Fhoso l&l Want to Funeral. Mrs. Charles Womack and cfolldren of lola, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coder- wood of Argentine, and .Mrs. Chsrlei McNeal and children of Kansas City, came to Ottawa to attend thf Roos child's funeral.—Ottawa Herald. —Mundis has the Candy. Moved lo lola. Ernest Umter was over from lola Wednesday and Instructed us to send his paper to that point as he had moved from • farm in Owl Creek township.—Vates Center Advocate. —See the Our Way window. Is Visiting Here. Prank Harper, city mall carrier on route-No. 2 left with his wife yesterday to visit friends at LaHarpe and lola. Vnuak is as steady aa a ckMsk in bis mall delirery and haa well earned a fcw days' rest.—Soutbem Kansaa VrihWM. •-six per cent money; no commission: no delay.—Smith * Travis. Came Home. Mrs. Ruby Robson who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Tibbets returned to her home In lola today.—Humboldt Herald. Knights of the Maccal>ees. There will be a regular review the 28th Inst, at the K. P. hall. Business of -importance. JOE A. BOUR. State Commander. R. B. PORTER. R, K. —^The Our Way window. About Humboldt. .IiiKt to i^rovH that its great "railroad »r*-rk :;a!i-" is bona fide, a Humboldt lirm prints a picture ot the wi-erk. —^Kans,i.s City Star. —tJti vour Candy at Mundls. C. H. Jones Has Grandson. Rtv. C. H. Jonps is home from.a rest visit with t:;e family of hla daughter. .Mrs. Will Hagan in Sycamore. He is very proud over the recent birth of a grandson to Mr. and .Mr.s. Hagan.—aouthern Kansas Tribune. —Look at tlie Our Way window. JUST RECEIVED! Some of the latest styles of Baby Wagons We can show yoo some of every style of the 1908 patterns. A Christmas present for the ' hpby and mother that will he appreciated. All rubher tires warranted for one year. We alco have a nice line of Rockers, High Chairs, Beds for the children. Now is the time to buy. Sleeper Son POSTOFFICE BLOCK ^OUVD<IR Saturday "JUST TO REMIND YOU" 19 lbs. Cone Sugar $1 SUGARS PKICBS NOVEMBER 28 CHINA OATMEAL DISH IN ADDITION TO USOAI, CHKCKS WI?^ Spices. Extracts. Chopolate, Cocoa. Tapioca. Cornsiarch. Tea, Coifee. Etc; PHONE 336

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