Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 7, 1907 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, December 7, 1907
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SMAIJ. FIBE IN T 6 E WEST SCHOOL BUILDbrCi TBSTES9At.v HAS ORGANIZED A CHORUS GEpBGE W. JOBiES WILL AKRAKflB CblfCEBT FOB CHBISTJOS TUB. B^ Ward of %iffalo HM Puckasei laterett In Fowble Fhitogrvk ? f : GaUery. \ • i BidFlMWuChMked. What promised to be a very bad fire •was checked In the West school bnild- • ihg yestbrday morning. The fire , started from an overheated register and got a good start before it was possible to extinguish the flames. The loss although small is covered by In- Buraiice. 1 1 ^-.i. ' " Had Social Time. The members of the ; Epworth League of the Methodist Bipiscopal church had a social time in the church parlors ikst evening. Various games tt'ere placed. The one which attracted ' the most-attention was the one which was played with illustrated" magazines. : Organised Chonu. G«org« W. Jones of this city has organized a chorus in the Christian church and is preparing for a concert at Christmad time. The chorus Is composed of twenty trained voices. .They held their first rehearsal last evening.; They will practice often enough between now and Christmas to be able to sins well logether. . Has Bongbt Half Interest Ray Ward of Buffalo, Kas., came in yesterday to make his home here. He has purchased a half interest in the ]'y>wble photograph gallery in this city and will engage in the business here. He comes here highly recommended as a business man and a i)hotographer Tliii rnMnnnjf Inrlniri LESLIE KEFTON HBBBEBT SEEBS HCBEBT WILHE LOUIS GBISEL CLABA BLANDICK llAirrHA*«EOB«E KOBA LAXISOX fak lis N«w Modsni Play, Si9i«rte< ^ a Con^iAy of IzceptionoitanllaBot, THE ENTIRE PRODUCTION CARRIED Xnmm Opening of LmHmrpmRmoM DmOmB 'Tm Cut prices. Xn. Jacks to Washington. Mrs. B. Jacks, a resident of the southeast part of town, and a large property owner here, is paclcing her household goods and will move to Washington state where she - will maks her future home. Mrs. Jacks received word two weeks ago that her. sister living in that state was dead and so she has decided to Join her relatives in that state. B. L. Logan to Farm. R. LL Logan who for several {years has lived, in La Harpe, expects to move next Tuesday onto a farm near Blue Mound, Kansas. i Chinese Labor Exclnded. It 'was decided by the high school debators yesterday that Chinese, labor should be excluded from the United States. The questioi^'Resolved^ That t^hlnese Labor be excluded frofn the United S^tes" was afily discussed by lour members of the Literary Society at their meeting jesterday afternoon. The program which was rendered yesterday: consisted of recitations and musical duets and solos. /I ' XetMbt Protestant Charch. Regular services Sunday. Siisday school at 10 a. m. k Praaddng at 11. Sublect of ser- NBiQlk "Infineaoe." Joiiior C. B. at 2:30. Sabject. *^orfcin« for God." Leader. Clara Tlndla. a B. at 6:S0. Subject "An Old Lore Story," Preaching at 7:30. Subject 'Tho PhUl^tpIan Jailor." • Prayer jaeeUng Wednesday evening at 6:45. Oont forget ' the prayer -meeting. Prayer Is the Christian's vital breath. The Ladles'''AId meets at the church Thursday afternoon. ' S. C. CORN. Pastor. _ . if Xetkatist Episcopal Ckmk. ^ Suqday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Glass meeting at 12 m. Junior League at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Preaching both morning and evening by tke Rev. A. M. Perry, the manager ol the lola Business College. The ladies of the church will give their annual Bazaar Thursday of next . '.week. Epworth League social this evening. - IRA M. BENHAM, Pastof. ; Pieslqrteriaa 'cbBKh. ^ Preaching next Sabbath at 11 a. ftmjtni dmitiic «ki« Urn* I iMd to tak* •• ~ ' u Mttoa OB BjT b«w«U. Hwpllr I with ia^al^pUMTfWta NriMj pOa^ Chicaner HIT. |« WMUOIIIBt m. aJid 7:30 p. m. Interesting themes, good music, and a hearty welcome in addition to the obligation and privilege of worship ought to bring one to the house of God on the Sabbath. You arc cordially Invited to these services. ijidllAfli Sunday school at 10 a. m. Junior meeting at 3 p. ni. Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. JOHN H. BRIGHT, Pastor. Ed. Green to Visit Here. Ed. Green, the faniotis little half back, who played a stox game on the old.LaHarpe football team years ago, is expected to arrive in LaHarpe next Tuesday for a visit over Christmas with old friends. The Green family is to have a big reunion at Blue Slound on Christmas day and Ed. expects to attend. If the game with Chanute is p'syed- Mr. Gresn will doubtljess have toido-a great deal of talking in .order to;keep from being drafted fM- the game. Ed. has been away from La­ Harpe some thi*e or four years. Willie at Hutchinson ha coached a fcotball team which was declared champion of that part of the .state. FmoDals. Miss Elma Merrill, of Moran, visited at the home of friends in this; citv vesterday. ' Will Wbllace was in Sclp:o, Kas.; the first of the week on business. John Kelley is getting ready to move hack onto his farm near Walnut, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. RItchey of Wldi- ita are here visiting Simon Peter and family. Miss Pearl Maxey. of Parsons, was in the city yesterday visiting old friends. C. L. Evans returned yesterday froAi FVirt Scott where he went on a business visit. Miss Millie Ward returned-yesterday from Uluo Mound where he has been visiting. Aliss Addle Dean. H. M. Clinc left last evening for Nevada. Mo., on a business visit. C. W. Kriedley returned yesterday from Kansas City where he has been on a business visit. T. B. Shaimoii The" Allen county Hardware rfnd Implement man. North Side Square M Kan. 1 XOBAH. N- 1 Enough went from Moran to the La Harpe-Moran high school foot ball game, at La Harpe Thanksgiving to warrant the chartering of a special train for the crowd; AH report a good time. - * A party was held for the foot ball team at the home of Misses Amy and Alma Merrill Friday night, November 1:9th. A l^arty was held at the home of Miss Phyllis Lambeth Saturday night November 30tb for the foot ball team. Mi^s Genevieve Kinne of Lawrence visited friepds here last week. Mrs. Prank Wyckotf is Visiting friends and relatives this weeic and lust The revival meetings being held by Ki^y. Armstrong and singer will close Sunday morning. A banquet was Kiven at the E^le Hotel.. Wednesday night for the high echool foot ball team. Fifty one were present Toasts weer given by Rev. McArthnr, Rev. Wharton. Prof. Jones. Miss Warner and. others. A short program was rendered as follows:' rrano'solo Miss Mabel Ford Song Miss. Amy Merrill Parody Ross Smith Song Wayne Stitt Piano Solo Richard Hurlock Quartette, Misses Mary McKItrick. Velma Hurlock, Helen iserman, Amy Merrill. An Honor Roll. The following is a list of names of Fourth grade (Garfield) giris, (Miss Myler, teacher,) who had a perfect attendance record tor the month of November: 1. Sarah Collier. 2. Birdie XXhertbn. ^ 3. Vera Fish. 4. Gertrude Gaines. 5. Anna Gebur. 6. Nora Galbraith. 7. Cecil Hitchcock. 8. Forest Judy. 9. Myrtlp Parker. 10. Fay Powell. • 11. E:thel Seymour. 12. Jlazel Sutton, i:;. Marie Stoveal. 14. Eunice Mitchell. LI. Zelma Van Meter. IC. L?ona Whrford. Passed Examination Successfully. James Donahue. New Britain. Conn., writes: "I tried sereral kidney rem- e<Iies and was treated by our best I>bysic1ans for .iiabetes. but did not improve until I took Foley's Kidney Cure. After the second bottle I showed improvement. «nd five bottles cur- f(! me completely. I have sinca pass- id a rigid examination for life insurance." Foley's Kidney Cure cures back-ache and all forms of kidney and bladder trouble. Burrell's drug store. ttanger in Asking Advice. Wihen you have a cough or cold do not ask anyone what is good for it, as there Is danger In taking SOHXC unkndwn preparation. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs; colds and pre vents pneumonia. The genuine .is in a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Burrell's Drug StSre. TO INCLUDE ALLEN COUNTY. Shriners May Establish Temple In Southeastern Kansas. One of the most miportant matters to come up before the Kansas Shrin- om at their maeting in Leavenworth today, is the matter of establishing: a third temple at Pittsburg which shall have Jurisdiction over a territory in- eluding Allen counay and the counties in the southeastern part of the state. The Laavenworth Post has the following to say of the matter: It is probable that tonight the momentous question will be settled whether it is to the best interest of the two existing temples and the majority of the members and the Masonic fraternity of Kansas, that a third temple should be established at Pittsburg. Kas.. havins Jurisdiction over; a territory which practically covers the oonnties of AMen. Bourbon. Wilson,, Neoeho, Crawford. Slk. Chautauqua, Labette and Cherokee. POLAR BEAR i FLOUlt Has Stood! the Ttst ;^ ;Bccaoie tti t&e; BCB^ .| 4dce|it No Other iWffl.Ot )Cf (M, Agt the^Oar Way'* \: Restaurdnt : Everything ia Season. SHORT ORDBRS'OP ALL KINDS The Great German le HnmaD Magnet! The Man Witb Prof. F. H. Peters wiii be located at the residence 6f H. S. Colborn, No. 202 North Sycamore, Phone 1079^ and he has already performed some wonderful cures m this city. HIS FRIENDS SPEAK! Kead'the testimouiais of cures of'a few of the many who have been cured during his I short stay in this^city. Be convinced through the experience of your friends and neighbors. e — Stateaeat From a ITell Xnowa lola Lady. To the Public:— ; I have suffered ifor over twenty years with rheamatjism and poor circulation of the blo6d, and before being treated by Prof. Peters, gave up hope of being-much better, but after ! a few tr^tments my circulation Is good and the pain is_ali gone and I, am gaining strength every day. ' I have, not words to express itrbat I think he has done for me. MRS. S. J. BRACKE.NRIDGE. lola. kasl, Nov. 14. '07. , To the Pijbllc or Who It.May Con: cern:— • For a number' of years I suffered from extreme nervousness that «rad- naliy undermined my health. I had weakness and palpitation of. the heart —bad stomach 1 and-kidney trouble— . and„ rhenmatism la.- my aim. I have tried'many patent medicines.and been under doctors' care but got no relief unUI I went to Prof. Peters. Relief • cameras soph aa^>rof. Peters 'laid hia ,l|,haiulB<-on me. .r commenced Improving and after taking a-fewll^ treat. menta,' tetH ' Ilka^f new wbn^o; -My weak' keirt has Improred . rapidly. rheumatism bas almost gone and all soreness'has left'my Stomach. I can eat .anything I want, which I haven't done for months—sleep line, and am sure.when Prof. Peters gets through treatipg me 1-will" be Iii'as good health, as I ever'was. I .cannot; express-with words how .thankful -Hi am -for. the great good Prof .Peters has done for me and as I owe all my nud health to him. I write this for Uie benellt-of others. Sincerely yours, MRS. «. T. DORREXL. 809 S. Chestnst: Street. ~ ' ipla. Kaa.. ^or. 1^, '07. To the Pniblie. ud 'fhose Who Are Siek and. Afflicted:— I waa c^ppled;. for months with rbedinatlan;.had.''a stiff kqee, and took all kldds of patent Medicines and doctar's medlelMa and fovnd no relief unUI ProT. P. IL-PetiBra came to thia place and I west to him tiad waa treated'onea. I CMld v^lk rlKna. with ease I took a few - treatments and began to gain In health at once. I can do my worlc with ease, which I had not done since last march. I have also reduced In flesb, and feel better than I have for months. I feel that. I am cured, and I owe my good health to Prof. Peters. Words can not express the wonders he has done for me. I feel like a new woman. I cannot speak too highly ,of him. and beg all who are afflicted to go to Prof. Peters and he will heal them. Respectfully, MRS. F. S. HUTCHINSON. 810 S. Walnut Street Cai'lyle, Kaa., NOT. 1?.^'07.' To the Public:— I.,wlah to make the following state­ mentwaa afflicted with rhenma­ tism- ainoa'. last. aprintf. .ovla- 61 :my knees was stiff and pained .me very, much; I took one treatment from PriiC. Patera; the Gentan Haalar. and after ttaatleonld band a«^kaa« with easie, and. the pain has left me, and I feel now that I am completely cured. My address is, Carlyle, Kans SCOTT SPRIGGS Tola. Kas., Nov. 29, '07. For the Benefit of the Afflicted:— I want to make this statement: After taking B course of treatments from Prof. P. H. Peters,' I have been cured of a serions stomach trouble. I was in a condition that I could not sleep or eat and I want to say that Prof. Peters is ail he claims and is doing a great worlc I advise those who are suffering to let him treat you. Yours respectfully. B. B. M-COY. %702 N. Chestnut: Street lola, Kansas. . To the Public:— :• ,J have been tronhled with kidney ' and bladder- trouble for a tting pme. and Jnat cr«diially got worse tiiitO I loat eoBtnd oC my kidneys [ efntirely and was! up four or five times;during the ulsht After taking the t second treatment from Prof. Peters.- felt relief and After taking four treatments i felt like a new person. I Was terribly bloated but it all disapp^red. : May God's blessing rest upon ,Prof. Peters wherever he goes is my Sprayer. . MR8.'L.A. lola, Kas., Dec.: 3. "07. • I haye been a sufferer tot about twenty-three years from cat^^h. I had almos;t entirely lost my ^nse'of Vnell. and my hearing was affected. ^ad sncli a bad breath and so.offen- alve that^ felt sick.fa good part of the time. .1 worl glasses for the last year. The last few weeks I conid not Speak above a whisper and tried many doctors and medicines/ but got; no relief. After the arst treatmeat with Prof. Peters, I left my glass^-with, him and ;after the second treatmn^ my voice C{ime back and I e^talk today as well as aver. I have'been Ibprorfnff-right along since {'Hwgan taking treatments and feel ao.imuch better thai I can not say too 9IIK9I 1B Prof. Peters praise. I beartiljr ihank hhn for the benefit I ^ ^ r- Respectful|J^^ BL A. •.,'3 1' 1J

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