Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 3, 1907 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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mk^^^-^- I: - When Money is scarce try Our Easy Payment Plan on liadies' HI an Tailored Suits, Skirts! iCloaks, l^aists, Siioes, Furs, CrloTes; Men's and Boys^ Suits, Overcoats, Cfrayanettes, Hats, Caps, Siioes, JLace Boots and Underwear. You do not need a li • ' pull or 1 a n introduction. Your CREEIT rs GOOD at this Store. • PEOPLE'S STORE OUTFITTING CO SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE SdUARE. Why not a credit account account for the wa^e earner? The wealthy class buy entirely on credit. |$1.0a or $2.00ia Week Will Do. You have use of Goods while Paying NEWS OF GAS CITY CHEROKEE S9IELTEBS ABE TO BE ' ' ^ OPENED SOOX. >Uli|P HOUSE NEARLY FINISED mSSOPBI FAMILIES HATE PURCHASED PBOPEK'f ¥ HERE. Arthir Goes; Has Bccorered From B Recent IHness—Per- i •" ! -" sonalg. { 'i M — . Will ^rt Soon. The furnaces ai the Cherokee smellers in this city will start soon. William' Readlclcer .who is buildint; a paijnping station on his gas lefises noi|th of Ola for the purirase of pui.n])- iag gas to this dty expects to flnish the work in the near future and then WU be able to furnish all the gas the smieUer can ; use. The smelter has bedD closed ^own for some time because the $aa^ pressure was not strong enbusJi to; forci^ the gas here. . Are MOTIBK In. The good n;ews that several families from S<itithern Missouri are to more here has been rece§%-ed" A real estate deal was closed he|-e yesterday where by farmers living:. In • southern Missouri come into posjeeesjon of Gas City property. The injjee -families will move here. They |: traced farm land through H. H. Co^'per^ a real estate agent living at Moijitaia Grove, Mo,- Is Holdlni; Rerh^ls at LoalHltni^. Kev. I). M. Campbell.f pastor of the Methodist Episcopjii cKurch of this city is in Louisbur^ Kansas, conducting a series of revival ^meetings. Reports have,been received here to the effect that the mee^ings^are very successful. He will ^«t an out-of-ttiwn minister to condnc| thit regular services here wtille hej is doing the worlt out of town. ! Rammafre f^Ie Friday. • The ladles of th> Methodist Episcopal church will hold their rummage sale in the bullding::fonaerly occupied by the Model Clothing store next Friday afternoon. They will serve supper beginning at ^ve o'clock. The ladies have spent inuch time to get things into condition for this sale and it is hoped that th^ir efforts will be appreciated and the people will buy liberally, i ' ' Are Hauling Pipe to Line. Forty teams are Ikepl busy hauling pipe from this cilj: to the pipe line which is being instjjilled south of this city by the Portland Pipe Line company. The work ojj the line Is progressing rajiidly and Iwith good weather its progress will Iw even better. A number of the pipe] line worlunen are boarding in this city. Many of the Gas City men who have been working at the smelters and cement plants and who were discharged because of the shutUng down of imrt of the works have taken positions with this company and are assisting In laying the pile. Arthur Goes I'p Town. ' Arthur Goes who underwent nn operation some time ago for appendicitis at the Allen County hospital was able to l>e up town yesterday morning. Ue left the hospital some time ago and is now rapidly recovering from the effects of the operation. However, he will not be able to return to work fur several months yet. Personals.. Mrs. Ed Elliott will leave in the morning for Warrensburg. Mo., where she will visit friends and relatives for several days. Mrs. M. S. Smith and son.s left .yesterday for western Oregon where they will make their future home.* L. 6. Roberts of Wichita was here yesterday on business. I. T. I.«nders of Kansas City, was in the city yesterday calling on the local merchants. NEWS OF lA HARPE SETER.AL PEOPLE TilROnX FROM BIGGY YESTERDAY. HORSE BECAME FRIGHTENED XI.SS RI.XGLE, OF BALDWIN, SER- lOrSLY IXJIRED. >Valter Simpson Formerly of llarpe Is >'ow In Orryon —Personals. Iji Bngfcy Was Tipped Over. Rev. Ira M. Itenhani. pastor of the Metho<iist Bplscuiial church of Ibis city, his daughter. Miss Garnett llcn- liuni. and her friend. Miss liingle of Itiildwin. who is visiting her. were thrown from a buggy yesterday after^ I noon while enrouie to their home All „„„i ' , t ;.„_j oi_-i trom lola. The horse liecame frlgh- All inembers of \^oodman Circle j^„^ ^^ j ^j^^^^ ^^^^ are requested to be present Tuesday l^c prime Western smel- nlght December 3 to elect officers „'„„„,p^ „„;^ ....^ „„j w'^o ^S-T 'S' ^"I'P^r for the R i^wderall'k! - —^ throwing the Steele, clerk. from Albany, Mo., wliere they have been for the past week, or since Mr. Thomas' death. llanters Were Arrested. O. Crowley and Guy Crowley of Gas City were arrested yesterday on the charge of hunting without licenses. They were arraigned in Justice Mercer's court where they were fined $5 and co.sts. The costs probably will amount to more than the fines. guardian. C. A ReglstCT Want Ads.. le a Word. (hie of the Important Dkies of Physicians and the Well-Inform^I of the World is to Ifeam as to the relative standin«r aiid reliability of the leadincr manufacturers, of medicinal agents, as the most emineiit Rhysician.s arc the most careful as to the uniform quality and perfect purity of r^edies prescribed by them, and it is well ^npwn to physicians and the Well-Informed; generally that the^ California Fig Syrup Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and'the ethical character of ^Company TRUTH ANii QUALITY appeal to the Well-Infortaed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent success and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would eniOv eood health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right iw (aai euu iulu mc uoc ui •<i .^u.<.>u%~> ...w^^w^., ...... ^ „ ^ _ as in man/ instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the f /proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. fpels ;that it is alike important to present truthfully the subject and to supply ihe onel perfect laxative remedy which has won the«ppovai of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-informed because of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufacture^ which'is known to the California ^ig Syr^p Co. only. • This valiuible remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of— Syrup of Figs—and has attained to world-Wide!acceptance as the most excellent of ^family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well koown to physicians and the Well-Informedjof the world to l>e the best of natural laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborat^ name of—Syrup of Figs and Elixir of . Seiina—as more fully descriptive of tfie remedy, but doubtless it will always be called for by the shoriter name of Syrup of Figs—^nd to get its lieueficial effects always note, when purchasing, the full name of thej-jCompany — Califon^ia Fig Syrup Co.— \tCo. l^ld the same heretofore known by the liame — Syrup of Figs — which has given |f:satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for jsalc'by all leading druggists throughout i-j:>the United States in original packages of ope size only, the regulia^.;price of which. Ilris fifty cent© per bottle. i ' • " ; ,. . . Every bottle is sold under the general [guarantee of the Com'pany, 'fited with the :;Secr *t?uy o£ Agnculture, at. Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or :flU8br4iided sivithin the meaning of the Food knd Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906. .occupants to the ground. ^Vhlle Miss jKiugle Is quite seriously hurt, Mr. Benham and daughter escaped with slight injuries. Got 0«f at Wrong City. n. T J . Wallace got off at the wrong station to purchase a ticket home while enroute from Ocheleta. Oklahoma, to La Harpe. "When he came to get tickets home for himself and vife the railroad company would not s.'II further than Caney, Kansas, and give him Instructions to get off there and buy the tickets for the rest of the vay home. Instead of waiting until he reached Caney. Mr. Wallace 8tei»- ped off the train at Dewey, I. T.. and walked up to the window to buy the tickets the rest of the way home. He had hardly given In his order before the train started up and left him stundinr; in the depot while the train carrleil his wife on. There was nothing left for nim to do but to telegraph on to give his wife a ticket and that he would come on the next train. I 'rrHonals. Miss Mollie Musser returned yes- I terday from Blue Mound where she jhas been visiting. I A. Welst of Moran was in the city jye.stcrday on business. lloss MInnich, of Masheline. Mo., was here on business. John Ilackett. of l-'ort Scott, was here on business yesterday. Mrs. E. Blackwood returned to Buffalo, Kansas, after a few days visit with Bert Murry. Walter Simpson Is Driving Stagp. ^''alter SImppon, formerly of thla city, i.-i now driving a stage through the wilderness of Southern Oregon. The josltion pays well. He is now rfccelvlug ninety flye dollars a month for his servlce^. He has many friends h^re who are glad to learn of his sucr cess. MP . and Mrs. Knright Will Speak. 'I iu> lodge order of the - Modern W»*»dn.nn of America will hold an open meeting on the evening of December 17th. Mr. and Mrs. Knrlght of Kansas City, will be here and will speak on the principles of the order. There will be nothing overlooked to make this meeting a success. I.WITE A TEST. f has. B. Spencer Asks Catarrh Snfler- ers to Try Hyemel on Their Gnamntee. Chas.'B. Spencer & Co invites nil who suffer from any form of catarrhal troubles to get a Hyomel outflt from them with their absolute guarantee that if it does not give perfect satisfaction, the money will be refunded upon request. There is no other treatment for catarrh that in any way resembles Hy­ omel. none that gives such quick curative results and lasting satisfaction, no medicine that can take its place, none that can be sold on a guarantee like this, to refund the money unless It cures. Catarrh Is a germ disease and can be cured only by breathing Hyomel, so that the most remote air cells In the nose, throat and Iung3 arc reached by its-<antlseptlc healing powers. In this way all catarrhal germs are killed, the irritated mucous membrane Is Healed and catarrh Is driven from the system. 1 This wonderful medicated air treatment does not drug and derange the stomach, but is breathed through a title pocket Inhaler that goes with every dollar outflt. The unusiial way In which Chas. B. Spencer & Co., sell Hyomel attests hla confidence In the remedy. WA H TSf snvAnoMs WAMTED idrrtrlsements ander tkls head will Itelinserled three tiBieswitlioat charge. VANTI3D—A woman as housekeeper.; Address M, care Register. VAXTEr>—Dining room girl at 203 South Buckeye. 100 Mn Wanted. To trap minks, skunks, miiskrats, raccoon, etc. Highest prices'and a square deal. B. S. Barnard, lola, Kansas. 324-.-'.26 North Buckeye. The most reliable dealer. FOR RENT—Eight room housa on car line. Wheeler Heights. Modem. Xewly papered and varilisbed. Inquire of W. A. •\Vheeler at The lola Portland Cement company. , FOR RENT—Furnished rooms at Ho. 5 North Sycamore. Phone 1091., FARM LOANS—11,800 7 years 6% jier cent. $3,200 7 years 6% per Cent These choice' farm loansi, as well w smaller onse fo rsale. If nioney to loan on farm mortg tlress . S. Bennett, Longton, Kana LOST mmtl FOUHO WAMTED' -MlaomUmm^ous IX)ST DOG—A female Beagle hound tan head and legs, black back, about 13 Inches high. Return to 104 South' Third and receive reward. WANTEI>—Painting North Buckeye. to do. 504 WANTED—$10,000 to loan on good Farm Property; at reasonable rate. lOLA LAND COMPANY. , FOUND—An Iroquois bicycle whidl. owner may have by calling at this oflice. Identifying and[ paying for this lad. WANTED—House cleaning to do. Phone 1112. FOUND—Thanksgiving day, an over jcout. Owner may have same byiiajf-, Ing for ad and proving property. j^S. South Buckeye. WANTED—Second hand Winchester pop gun. Inquire 105 South Second stret. FOR SAl£'~RCAL ESTAJt FOR SALE—Good runabout Studebaker buggy and good set of harness for sale cheap if taken in the next few days. Inqnire at Howard's livery Barn. FQR SALE—Good mare with foal. Call at 210 West street fOR SAlE ^miBOBilmmmoum LOST—A black fur collarette, whita' stripes across eiid, black tassel, between the Catholic church and Flnt street. Finder return 305 South First. Reward. lOaeE DIREOTORV. ENIGHTS OF KAGCinO^ Khl^ta o« Maccabees KA tti* W <i0i^ meets In K. P. Hall, second and footttl Wednesday nighU in each month. Jli W. Postwalt, commander; B.B.For« ter. record kaaper. FOR SALE—No. 1 good heating stove; gas or coal; a perfect fetove. 209 South Buckeye. FOR SALE—Second hand doors and lumber. 110 West Monroe. •FOR SALE^14,000 feet of 3-inch gas line pipe. Will sell any part or all. Price very low. Call or address F. S. Bennett, Longton, Kansas. W. 0. Tr--Camp No. 101 maata H K. of P. Hall every Friday nlf^t T. Steele. C. C; A.H.D»^. Qaiil Visitors cordUlly Invited. KXI6HTS OF PITHU&r^*- oSM Lodg« No. 43 meets every Viada^ night at K. of P. Hall. VIsltl i* bn>' thera Invited. W. 8. Thompaoa. «:.C.; Chris Rltter. K. of R. and 8. FOR SALE—Cheap on $10 payments, two one-acre lots on trolley line. Smeltzer & Co. Hra. McGnlgan Will Meet Danght^r. Mrs. P. H. McOuigan. of Montreal, who has been visiting at the home of her sister in this city, left yesterday for San Francisco, where she expects to meet her daughter, Mrs. Harry Pa4dock who is now enroute to this country from China. Mrs. Paddock has been in China with her husband who is minister to China from thla country. Rev.. Paddock recently' resigned his charge^ CALIFORNIA^ F^iSTRUP CO. New York, ^/Y. San Francisri), Cal. Mrs. Belford Dead. Mrs. Sue Belford, of Oklahoma CItv, died yesterday at the home of A. 1). King of this city, whom abe was via- Iting. The funeral will be held .from the Metbodlat Episcopal church today at three o'clock. Mrs. Belford leaves tliree dauiS^ters and one son. lbs. ThaaMa Wm Make Haiai» Hc^ RpitlHter Want Ads. Pay beeaase la Allen Coaaty aearly everybody reads the Keffbter. FOR SALE—IISOO stock of groceries and store fixtures. 403 South Kentucky atrcet FOR SALE—A driving mare and buggy. Horse city broke, safe for lady to drive. Inquire 832 North street fOR REHI' mi9omUmmmoua FOR RENT—New 10-room modern house. Inquire 110 West Monroe. M. W. A^Tbe M. W. A. Itfdd meeU every Friday night In M. W. A, ball. VlsiUns brothers invited. W .H Anderson, V.C; W. A. Cowan, QarSh ; BATiL KnsmOBS.—lola Caaui No. S66. Royal Neisbbors. meela aao* ond and fourth Tuesdays of aa«M mouth. Mrs. F. A. Wasner, oracia; Mra. Mary Hntton. 413 Wo-* 9Sm, Recorder. F.A.A «-Oold«n Leaf CooncU Na 463, F. A. A. meeU first and thM Wodneaday nichta la aadi montb la K. P. Hall, a E. Lacey. prestdant; Miss Mable Rhorbad^ secretary, i TFBATEBNAL BBOTHIBHOOB^ Fraternal Brotherhood Na MO aaata second and fourth Thursday of «u»' month tat A.O.U.W. Hall. TldtUJI inembers cordialy invited. W.HLAa^ derson, president; Gktlda Slam., aser^^ jtaiT;^ - .

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