Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 7, 1907 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, December 7, 1907
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U. B. Church, Sabbath school 9:46. Preaching at 11.-• . Subject. Itepentant Teara." Jr. T, P. C. U. 2:30 p. m. Br. Y. P. C. U. 6:30. Preaching 7:30. Subject. Tree Agency of Chriat" ' All are copdialir invited to these services. O. O. MI8SAMORB. of First Church of Christ, Scitntlst. Sunday School 10 a. m. Church serrtce 11 a. m. Subject, "Qod, the Preserver Man. Testimonial meeting Wednesday p. tat Alt services' held in Christian Science Hall, no E:a8t Jackson. The hall Is used aa a reading room from 2 to 4 p. m. each week day. The public is cordially invited to pttend the sen-Ice and visit the reading room. > MRS. EMMA G. ADAMS. First Reader. The Christian Church. The revival under the lead of Mr. Kitchen continues to draw large and deeply Interested audiences. To date there have been sixty-two accessions to the church. The subject of the sermon tonight will be. "What Christianity Represents." Sunday momlns. "The .\tonement." In the evening. "The Plea of the Disciples." or "VThat Is the Christian Church?" Baptism will be administered after the evening services. Other services as usual. Baptist Church. W. H. Garfield, pastor. Sunday scliool 9:45 a. m. 'M)ornIng service, 11 a. m. Sermon, "An Ancient Admonition for a Modem People." n. Y. P. U. at 6 :30 p. m. RveniBg seirvlce at 7:30 p. m. Sermon. "Why be Lost?" 80 Page Catalog. The selection of Holiday Gifts m.ide easy by the aid of our new Catalog. A copy mailed free on request. J. V. MERCHANT JEWELRY CO. lie lOU DULY lEOSTEE CBIBLES F. 8C0T1^ CmCtJLATIOi^ 4 .000. Td^ihaaea. Bcpoiters' Room i. 222 Business Office i. J.' 18 Cha-s. B. Spencer Asks Catarrh SniTor' era to Try Hyonei on Their Gnarantee. Entered at lola. Kansas, F^stofDce. as Second-class Matter. Adrertlaing Rates M^e Known on! Applicatidn. m.- 8J »aJ STEWART AT BEOflOX. TT^ Saewm Allen Ceanty CHben at - , Ikwrence Teday. ^len «danty has more than an or- jfltafiy interest tn the reunion of the "iiaWivara dt the first, territorial legis- ^atw« d( Kansas «hi<^ is being held «t Lawrence today.''M CapUln S. J. iBtevart ta a member otthe ill'nstrloniB Srbnp. There are bni six surviving membere of the body tuid they are as fdlloiws: Colonjel • O. E. Learnard. member of the council; H- Miles Moore, Leavenworth;' R. O. Elliott. Lawrence; ex-Oovernbr B. N. Morrill, Hiawatha; Dr. A. T. Still. Kirksvllle, Ma; Samuel J. Stevart, Humboldt, »|l;membera of the house.. T^t Lawrence Journal says ot the xeunlon: Tomorrow the six .-men who were uemberi of the first territorial legislature ta-Kansas, who are still living: Will meet in this city. The plan is to Ofwe down from. TopeVa on the Union Pacific, arriving . here at 9 o'clock. Automobiles: will m«et them and bring theiii over (o to:wn. • A meeting will be held at 10 o'clock la the parrors of the Fairfax. This WULbe more of a.reUnlon than of a bualiiees meeting.: There is really no bdalness to do. Old' times will be talkcB over and each will learn what the other has been doing these fiftr served. At 1:30 automobiles will again iiertei. At 1:30 autompibles will again be provfded and the party will be taken to the university,; to Haskell and .cnrer town. ; , In the evening dinner will be served at the Fairfax to the guests and about twenlty citizens. Afterwards there --wUI be Informal talks by the legisla- :torii and a'social time until the guests depart :. There are not many coming," only rixi members and a few friends., bat they are men this town will delight to haapT. f Public Speaker.;interrupted. ,PBbMc speakera are frequently in: terropted by people coughing. This WMld not happra U ^jroley's Honey -iaO-rTir were tak^-^^^ .it. cures iomil^is in"* coIdar^lipJl^f|M^ent8 pneu- i-mlJanuJ """"'^J ^W ^S!" 'S^auin'e -im^case. - Barrell'k Chas. B. Spencer & Co invites all who suffer from any form of catarrhal troubles to get a Hyomei outfit from them trith their absolute guarantee that if it does not give perfect >satis- facUon, the money will be refunded upon request. There is no other treatment fpr catarrh that in an>- way resembles Hy­ omei. 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 c^lls in the nose, throat and lungs are reached by its antiseptic healing powera. In this way all catarrhal germs are kilW ed. the irritated mucous membrane Is healed and catarrh is driven fropt th^ system. This wonderful medicated air ;treatment does not drug and derange the stomach, but is breathed through a litle pocket inhaler that goesl with eveiw dollar outfit. Tire unusual way in which Clyis. B. Spencer ft Co.. sell Hjomel attests his confidence in the remedy. Presbyterian Church. First Church. Rev. S. S. HUscher. the pastor, will preach at 11 a. m. on the subject "Miracles." and at 7:30 on the subject, "Jesus Among Sinful Folks." The subject of the lecture to the "Altruistic Club" at 9:45 In tie study will be "A Dlspensational View of Sin." Sabbath school at 9:45. C. B. Meeting at 6:.10 p. m. I Little Builder*' Chapel. The boys' Sabbath school at 2 p. m. The regular Sabbath school at 3 p. m. The r-astor will preach at 4 p. m. The Coral Builders meetln.t at 7:30 p. m —Mrs. E. N. Jones, stipf. Batsett Chapel. Sunday school at .1 p. m. Preaching at 7:."JO. Meetings each evening this week at 7:30.—eMr. Davis, sirpt. St John's Church. 5?ervices for Sunday. December 8. Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Mother of Christ. Masses at S and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 2:30. Vespers and Benediction al7:.30. Sermon at 10:30 Mass. the Immat ulate Conception of the Mother of Christ Ser- The Refermed Chnrcb. Morning service at 11 a. m. mon. "Hell and Judgment." Evening service at 7:30. Illustrated serm6n. "Jesns in the House." ' Sunday school at 9:43 a. m. .\ cordial invitation and a hearty welcome. , LOUIS C. HARKISH. Pastor. TO CURK A COLD DT QUE BAT Take LAXATIVE BBdMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVK'S signature. Is on each box. i25e. Lanyon Center. Sunday school at 3 p. m. with short sermon. JESSIE M. VONSTEIN. Resident Worker. . Sf«en4 Baptist Chnrrh. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Praise servic eat 10:40 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:45 p. m. Come thou with us an^ we will do thee good. Visitors are made welcome. J. W. GORDO.V. Pastor. innmiiiiii^^ DP PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER iNiinaiiuiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiinui APin ^inidescMiH^ Cream o! Tarbr BdUng Powier —~y The cream of tartar aiJBd in Dr. Price's Baking Povder is derived from crapeslin tfie exact form and composi- ^ tioB in which it pectus is that Insdous, heahfafnl fruit J ' fenproves flie flavin and Adds Tc^aie BddliAibiess of flie Foo^ ^ Its Use «L Protection and Guarantee Against. " • AUixb'Food BaiUs Force Mmtmdl^^ not cure cycfy kind of ^dmesa^lfeecause dffierent Win hasprpi^soefflaKJoiisinmostcase^ fj ^it; Real Merit is what wins in the lon^ run. K C Baking Powder has won from Maine to California after twenty years of success. Success in fxiking powder means: Fluffy ISghhmssM Even baking. MO falHtresm - BAKING POWDER OUNCf. succeeds always, because it is scientifically made; of pure, tested ingredients. No matter how delicious your baking, K C will make it better still. Get a can on trial, try it for your favorite cake, and if you are not delighted your money will be returned. i ' Jlagues Mf ^m Gom, 4 \ Guaraiiteed Pure and WJiolesome. LAYING A PIPE LINE TODAY. Residents in Clinton Addition to Have Qas. J, M. Rodgers, superintendent of the gas department today put a forca of men at work layins a two-inch high pressure gas line from tho Edwards- Manley wel's to the high pressure mains on Clarence street in the Clinton addition. Although the line which is bcingj laid today is but a short one. It will tiiean much to the residents of Clinton jaddltton and the people living in the extreme southeast part of the eity. It will probably take two or three days to complete the work. DS. MU^UN HERE TOMORROW. President of Baker to Preach at X. £. Chnrch. Dr. L. H. Murlln. president of Baker university, will preach at the First M. G. church tomorrow morning. Dr. Murlln while in the city recently promised the pastor. Rev. .fc H. Ma•on, that be would favor the church here with a visit in a few weeks and he Was secured for tomorrow. He is one of the ablest men In Methodism in Kansas. This afternoon he is to apeak to the teachers ' of the city •choolB. Notice to Our Customers. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey aqd Tar for coughs and lung trouhles la not affected by the National Pnra Food and Drug law. as It contains no opiates or other harm- fnl drugs and we recoauoend it as i a cafa remedy for diOdren and v^n'ta. BarTell*B Dmc Store. AUCTION Registered Aberdeen—Angus I Cattle! % THURSDAY, Dec. ii '07 We will sell at Pubiic Auction at our lara, 14 GOOD YCtUMG Bi^LLS AMD 44 SPLENDID raUlMQ C&WS, IN GALF ^ I ' • ^ - - '. * These young cows are with twn or three exceptions, 9f ot ir own breeding; and the get of Imported Erica. Pride and Blackbird bulla of umoxcollcd breeding and qoal.'ty. from the hcrdi*: of the late Queen Victoria. Ilalllndalloch, Abcriouf. otc, and are mostly all in (^rJf ta bulls of that cliiir:icter. The cows are of the best families ot the breed. Lady Ma. Coquettes, QiieenMothersi, WostortiiWii Rose. Bloomers, Brucehill, Violets, etc.. and are In goo<j thrJUty breeding cond'tion- Dent miss this opportunity to get bargains, caused by the herd outgrowing the.nccomodations ot the farm. Sale at our Allendale f.inn. Hve miles <ast. two north of lola. and thrco miles north, one west of lA Harpe, in Allen County. Kansas, both pol its on the M. K. & T. R.v.^ and .Missouri Pacific Ry.. and the former also on the Southern Kansas Br inch of the Santa Fc railway, aud from both points the Electric railway runs quite close to the fan"h. Take Concreto: car. » SALE BEGINS AT i O'CLOCK^ P. M. For Catalogue^ apply to Thomas J. /{nderson. manager, a ^s, Allen Cotlnty» KiaSnsas. , & Findley, ^NcoU Lale 3nrgiT, CoL J. H. DncrsoB. AUCTIO>EERS. | \ jj. Tl TBEDWAY, Clerk. ^ Trmmmfmr Office and Ston^e Ware Koom at iB West Stxeet Phone 386 Waal lis le a WaN. u HmadamHmrmforSolti %^IBook DXOK

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