Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 5, 1908 · Page 2
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m MM RICHNESS J ^K^ Vl«;e p! K>> Oqiidactor—Mrs. E. Idehtrr-Jl^^jCi^iO. lint— Hr >-:iP«SS- Am*. A -.i- \ Lamb. Extraordinary purchase of Jdantilactnrers'saiiit>les of fine jewelrj. Fromi one of the largest manufartnrera in tl?e country, at an IMMENSE DEDUCTION iaom regulnr prices. These goods are not odds and end.*, bnt fresh^nd laie nattir'f^ piti. We would refuse to sell any article which does not come up to the stand- ara required by the high reputation of our establishment. SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL CHRISTMAS We have purchased, the entire line of simples nf feveral of the best manufacturers. Yon will readily uuderiJtand that nothing but the best material, best workmanship and beH styfc are put intj the sample-. TflERE IS BUT ONE OF A KIND. That means; of course, that the person buying has an article as distinctively and as entuely iudivilual as though il was made excjnsively for themselves. ' Because thfse 6ne Hamples had serve! their purpise as trade winners, we were able to buy them at much less than the wholesale' prices. That ineans a corresponding reduction to customer^.j Every article i5 absolutely in perfect condition and at prices that will SAVE FROM 25 TO M PER CENT ON EVERY DOLLAR. Come and convince yourself. . Ouard—Mra. Craft. ?.-t1in^.' DefcB««te-^r«. .M «rjr. Ander- PirM Aliornale—Mrs. Lamb. : .decoDd Delegate +-ifr8. pe« . .^Second Alternate—Mrs. DoKgett third Delegate-«r8. Bitter. Thjrd Alternate—Mrs. Craft. The dflegates wblcb were electedHtenees raferring to the entertainment Send for Handsome Free Catalogue. J. V. Merchant Jewelry Co. 1II8S01BI PACIHC, SiMA FF ASD M. K. & T. WATCH INSPECTORS. ..iU repriesent the corps at the state (jonventlon to be held in Ottawa next May. • To Visit Iri Lawrence. Miss Bessie Livers of Osborn who has been visiting Mrs. John Devlin left today to be a guest of Prof.-and Mrs. Payne of Lawrence before re. turning'to her home. j • + * j Federation Meetlnq. Twpnty eolhusiadtic club women from Uie several culture cltib3 of the city were, present at a meeting of the civic feileration vpstcrday at the home of .Mrs. C. R. Surhcr. The interest which they feel in the project and the .determination lo make the federation a factor for .all-that 1« Kood was evident all during the afternoon and ! numerous benntlclal things were talked about. That call for fumls which the board of charities issued several days ago seems to have appealed to club women very strongly. Now that the hoi iday !<eason is approachinR and the Christmns spirit is IteginninRlo be man ifcpt'^il. their attent:on has been cal ed to the less lortunale people and onf of ihf plans a?rerd upon yesJter- •IHV was that the federation should begin at. once to secure funds for chailtabtp work. The women are to visit communities where needy and worthy poor families live and assist mothers to provldn comfortable cloth inc and food for their families. They will al.so see that those same women gel some enjoyment out of Iffe throuRh simple pleasures and visits with each other. The proKrara yesterday was in keeplni; with the general Idea and was opened with the reading of a paper, 'The value of federation." by .Mrs —FltsgenUd, Aito^Lirery. Pbone. In Chanutr:. Mrs. William Readlcker Is a giicnl of rrlends in Chanute for a weok. • -> •> Royal Club. .Mrg. E. C. -Eakin. 42;! Nortli Elm street entertained a number of friends yesterday afternoon for the regular meetlUK of the Royal club. The parl.v afternoon was occupied with music .-and needlework and refreshments "^^were served. The club's guest was - Mrs. Chas. Slack. * * + To Elect Officers. There will be a meeting of the order of Eastern Stars on the approaching Monday evening. This is the occasion for the annual election of officers in th'e' lodge. + • • In Kansas^ City. Mrs. J. A. Wheeler is spending Mie week in Kansas City.' • "* • For Girl Friends. Jliss Setta Wilson was at lionic to a number of girl friends yestprday ar- temo«n and evening for an informal party. The guests came in the afternoon and were entertained with .needlework until six o'clock when an elaborate dinner was served. The ta- •Mr. and Sirs. E. W. Lemasters of The pre.spnt membership has been di- PIttsburB' during the Christmas sea- vided inlii two ilivislons and the std" .son. having th(> sninilest number of uauicis •i* <• ai the i.MKi of thp ullntted lime will en- Mr. and Mrs. Bondy Home. jteriain ihe winning side. It is the Mr. and .Mrs. B. J. Bondy have re | plan to have Ihe party during the holi- tnriied from a trip to Kxopi.-lor| duvK so that the sirls who an* ationd- Spriugs and Kansas Cily. Mo. Tli<>.\ . itic coliegp may ho here to attend, are now at the reslrtcnc" of .Mrs. | •> •> Boudy's parents. Mr. and Mr."«. .M. K. • / A Chrinmas Concert. Sickly, buf v.iii be at home to friends j / Tlie (.'hoir of the Kirst Prrsbytprlan early iu the new year at their hc)nie|rhiircb. unde: Ihe direction of .Miss in LaHarpe. • -i' •:• Visited at Y. M. C. A. The parlors of the Y. .M. C. A. building were filled with feminine guests last evening in response to a general invitation extending the privileges of the building for the eveniuR: ' There was a basket ball pame In the gymnasium and other amusements for the visitors. * + 4. MUSK Club. The Ladies' Mu^iic club will meet on Tuesday afternoon of iipxt wpek. .Mrs. P. E. WaURh will he Iho lio-^trss for the day. •:• + * A Membership Contest. Thp .\lia Seta club of the Presliyier- ian church has just begun an pxoeod- ingly activo campaign to enlar.ue ihr membership list of the class. M n recent meeting the girls voted to devote the time interveninp before thp Kalhcrlne .tones, is to. give a concert of Christmas music on thp evening of Sunday. December 20. The program wl'l include solos, duetts and choruses chosen from the compositions of the best composers. The members of the choir are: Sopranos, Mrs. W. S. Burdick. Mrs. A. V. Ijcmasters. Mis>5 Rosalia Charles. .Miss .Mary Culbeil.son. Miss Kalherlne .lones: altos. .Mrs. O. T. l.a<frange. Miss Julia .McCluro, .Miss Alberta AJunson; bass,'3W. S. Burdick, Carl Salser: tenor. C. F. Hildnor. II. B. Adams, O. T. LaOrange. H. W. Eyler. •s- V + /! Visit Friends Here. HER PERPLEXI.NG QUESTIO.N Shall she choose a Ring. Locket, or Chain? We invite all (lerplexed Jewelry buyprs to come in and view our ."^plcnilid >F:H .II;WKI,BV STOCK. fillrd with surprise.s in beauty, de- si.:;iis jind pricp. \V P rcplenislifd thi stork by Inking :iilvantag»> of a rare /hanre to Kcc-iiip a Mijiprli stock at niiddlp-of-the-scas«ih'.s prices. liuying now means lieating bank-inlere.st. Jew .Mi.>. Walter Hall of Argentine. .Miss eled Rings. Stick -Pins, Brooches, hlgh- Itachpl .Ment/.er. of Parsons, and .Mr«. I grade Watches. Our guarantcp with J. H. Keith of CotTeyville, are sf>end-iovi-iy sale. Ing Ihe week end with .Mr.j. E. R. .Mill-i cr and .Mrs. .Ml'ler MeCreaiy. (Hit East street. ili>> •' Christmas Diamonds! •i' <' •'' W. R. C. Meeting. Christmas season to securing the One of the important feaiiires of ble was prettily garnished and after [names of friends to attend their class." W. R. C. mcpiing yesterday afternoon I _ the several courses the guests played' • • i cards. The several tables were occupied by |members of the Sewing club to which the hostess belongs. • • + Home From Humboldt. Mrs. W. E. Carmaln and Miss Muriel Harris have returned from a visit with friends in Humbolol. + + • Vesper Service. At the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon meeting tomorrow Mrs. E. W. Myler will give the address. Miss Grace Neli^dn Is the soloist and Miss Breckenrldee pianist. The servlcp begins at X (j'clock and will he followed by the hour which is proving so en- J0>'able (o all who attend. + + + Qui Vive Club. A very niereating meeting of the Qui Vive c ub was among the dub events of yesterday. The girls were en- terUlned at the home of .Miss Ruth Horton and the membership was largely 'represented by the guests who were there. Mrs. A. V. I .,einaKter:< who Instructs the class In the Presbyterian Sunday school and who plans many pleasant affairs :for the members was present and during the business meeting a chance remark-concerning the large attendance brought about the forma_ tlon of plans for « very novel contest. Beginning with Iht next meeting of the club the young women will be graded on two counts. Their presence will add a per cent mark to their attendance record and the punctuality- with whldi they arrive at the home of the hostess will also be graded_ In this way a new interest will gridnally be created and the club will bth &~qneaDs ;6f bringing about more ^profitable things than are now being done. , ©ne of the pleasurable event.-? which jfUl be given next week is a masquer- " Jade party wfclcb will be given on Frl: da; evening B* the liome of Miss Flor- Ine Wi^er in Wheeler Heights. , 'Several musical numbers were en- .lOyed Jast ntgbt ' during the social *'.liour.'. 1 • • • • • ! Have CiiristnMs Party. 1 -llr. .and'Mrs: A. V. Lemasters are npectiufT. t« ^tertaln Mlas Pierce | .tad MIsa NrtifanoD/ of Topcka, and NcNIELBROS. 1S« Jewelers Here you will find a very large selection, both in loose and mounted. When we sell you a perfect Diamond "^e Rive a written guarantee, so you take no|chance when buying here. We buy direct j from the cutters, and pay spot cash for them, and therefore can save you money, and We would be Pleased t6 Show you Our Stock • • •«SPi^Cl Al^t • • • • • •«SPi^Cl Al^t • • • We have bought a large assortment of special bargains. raoKiag !n pHces from $3$' to $40. See Ihem. J. W. COFFEY 9), SON EAST SIDE SOU/^ EXCLUSIVE JEWELERS ^^rT ^nepially lion ipp) talk OB ditlireztinMm^iaBd aoQift good mualo was riiaiiiihed-1>y an octette of gljrlB frpm ^tb'e£.Mc|i acbooL .-The recant; iiwue> of'tbe'.'<nHtu'Member was brbusbtjato iM» and iMr^.Jt Y. Boyd read an account of ^he dlatrlct feder- atloB beldchi. lola Mom ite pages. The article was written'^ by Mrs. Jeanette Scott-Benton of, Ft ^t' Sco ||t- and In' eludes some very complimenUry gen Hila city provided for the conven tlon. The next meeting of the federation will oc3irr on the last Friday In .Ian iiary. Reports of the charitable work witi be made at that time, •j- + + What Club Women Have Done. Pawnee Rock-now belongs to Kan sas—and club women should have soipe sincere and unstinted praise The deed for the land on which the historic landmark is situated was giv en to Governor Hoch yesterday. The consummation of the plan to buy the site is the result of many days of hard work and members of the Woman's Kansas Day club are jubilant becau.se the deal has been closed. The club will have paid S350n for the land when the last payment Is made, which will nrobably be a year from this time The site will be maile into a public park, •> * •:• Y. M. L. Club. .\ group of younr matrons were very prettily entertained yesterday a lernoon by Jlrs. F. E. Ilahcnbuch. An elaborate live o'clock luncheon was feature of the afternoon. The .guests brought needlework and this was plea.sant diversion. Those who were 'here were Mrs. PXward Russel. Mrs Frank Fancett, Mrs. f;iiy (iarlock .Mrs. •I.^uls Hottewitz. Mrs. Jeanette Myers, .Mrs. .f. O. Major and Mrs. Earl Stanfleld. * + •:• To Serve Banquet, The Aid society of the Fir.~t Jl. R ?hurch has been chosen by the com mittee representing the Baker ••lub students to serve tlie banquet which *lll be given in the near future. There vas a bnsiness meeting of the sofioi t-esterday. - •>.• One of .Miss Augusta CottloW.-, In tinient frlemls has rereived a letter from he- describing the tucresifu work she Is doing this season an mentlnnlng some of the places she will visft while on. her tour. The trip west will include stops Carthage, St. .loseph. and Wichita Miss Cottlow will appear in ' Kansas City on ,Innuary :JS and In l^awrence on ,Ianuary 29. These dates close the engagements in the middle west and the late winter and spring will be spent In t,he extreme south. * ••• •> To Visit Sister, Mrs. Sadie Young of Humboldt ar rived today to spend the, weak .end with' her sis'.er, .MVs: *: H.- Brtmn. at At*Lhe Churches Reformed Church. Win. H. Shults, pastor. Tomorrow oiisht to be a good day in 'his church, as the l.ord's Supiicr will lie oliserved at the morning worship and there will bo several /:andidates for membership rcj^eivcil into the church. Sermon at the usual hour, II and Sunday school at it: 45. Preach ing also at 7:;iO. The prayer meeting and Bible Study as usual next Wed ncsday at 7::!0. .VM are welcome. T(. Tiniiith.v's Epiyropal Church. 'I'liere wi'l be service and .-erinon onmrrriw morning at II o'clock. Snh- jecl of sermon. "Wells in Ihe l)e,-icrt.' .Miss (:iad.\s .lones will sing an offer- ory solo. Sunday school at ;»:4r> a. ni. .\1I are cordially invited. REV. ,1. I). KRL'MM, 1'. I>. Preshjterhin Ch|ireh. First rbnrrb: The iiastoi. Rev. S llilseher, will (ircHcJi at II a. iw ind at "::!•' p. in^ The evening ser noil will Ite the first it) a i-eries ot wo. 'I'his one will lie. on "'riie Veiled !os|M>I" and the nc.vt on "The I'n- eiled Christ." Don't fail to hear hese two Kcrinoiis. Everyhoily is In- lled. ttO(Kl iiiiiKic HIK I a cordial gri-et ing. .Sablmili Kchoo; ,\\ •^. (.'. n. tii .luiilor Wesinili siei i.eagii" at C E .Meeting it p. in. I.lllle IliiildrrK* riuipel. Mrs. E .N ones. sMpl. Hoys' Sablmtii KC I IOO I at 'i |i. ni. Reirnliii' s;'li(:oI ;il :'. p. 111 Kvililiig service at 7::!n at which itne Ilev t;. W. Ilow.dls will give an histnitrd sertnon. Il)i««elt ChapeL Wiliiiini Havis S M- periliteiident. Sabbath scliool at p .m. Flr.Hl Chnrch of Christ, .Scientist. Siind.-iy school at IU a. m. Chnrrh service at 11 a. m. Subject. i;od the Only C^tiiseand Creator." Trsilinonlal meetings Wednesdtiy at |i. in. Sen-ices held in Christian !>ciencp hall at tin Hjiist Jackson. The hal' is used as a reading room from 2 U I each week day. The public Is cordially invited to attend the services ind to vi.'it the reading room. MRS. E.M.M.V E. ADAMS, hirst Reader "A rhe Christian (hnreb. Bible school at 10 a. m. Prerichlng at II a. ni. Topic, Visicn of the Lord Jesus." Junior meeting at .-. p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6::in. The evening service at 7:30 will be a special 8er %-ice of songs consisting of hymns and anthems by the full chorus accompanied by orchestra, and •solo, duet and trio. This will make a most enjoyable and helpful senlce. to' which a cordial InVItatlon is extended. R. H, ELLETT Minister. Trinity Methodist The pastor urges ^veryioember of V WANTED—To fry poUto chips, •mall lots by order, MA South Jeffer- mn. Pbone 536, WANTED—Night clerk at once Penmylvania hotel. al WANTED TO RENT—About January 1st to LltJi, seven or eight room modern house, close in; east side preferred. Apply to R. G. Hall at Acid Works, J0H5«. IVOOODriH.0. * riif Stefan and Sirgeen. * Orer BurreH's. Pbone 148. « • • • * WANTB[»—Two' young ladies to BO- llcit. C. F. Florence, Rooms 10 and 11, Evans Block. WANTED—All kinds ot second hand household furniture.—The lola Fuiyi- turo Exchange, A. W. Beck, Prop. Phone 25. WANTED—Ida prope/ly to exchange for J<ansas and Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. OfBce over Iowa Store, lola, Kas, WANTED—Men to Irarn barber trade, few weeks required, be?t paying work within thtf reach nf poor man, can have shop with small capital, wages from ^Vi to $20 weekly, wonderful demand for barber;;, catalogue mailed free. Moler Barger college. Kansas City. Mo. fOlk SAie^mimomUammouB FOR SALE—Barn, 2 double, one single stalls, hay mow. 106 South Vermont. DR. MILDBED CV»liS • Pbydlcian and Sarseon. • Ofllce over Bu-rell's Drog.Btore • Office Phone 684. • Residence 214 B. JackMn • Phou!) r .cn. « DB. VeUtLhOf, Special attention-given to the' " treatmeiit of all Cbroiiie Dlseas- * .eriand Diseases ot dliildren, * Telephones: Office 32, Kei. 232. • Office over BurreH'g Drug Store • West Madison;• Phono 687. Res. 701. • DB. 0. L. COX, • Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. • Spectacles Properly Fitted. • Office A, O. U. W.' Bldg. • I • FOR SALE—.Six new well built ::room houses to Ijc moved off. Inquire lunch room 104 North Washington. FOR^SALE—Two Bush &~Gerts piano? slightly used, left with me for l^ale by Chanute parfie.^. These are bargains. John V. Roberts Music Store. FOR SALK—A 22-acre fruit and truck farm, 2 miles north of Gas City. Rood bottom land. J. \V. .McWlIIiams, Oas City, R. R. 1. FOR SALE OR TRADE-tJood properly, close In. Call 110 West Monroe. FOR RSm^ MUmomUmmmfum FOR RENT—fiood business roonir in brick building. C. L. WTiitaker. fOR iXOHARUE FOR TRADE—Forty acres gras.s land to trade for property close in. In(|nire (inn North Jefferson. Six Clear Harpc residences $7000 and' $3000. Cash for /i!rrehT"Il:<o or farm;- W; O. Lenh'-. ; : 1. 00000.000000000000 O PITBLIC SALE. O O Four years experience In the sale O O ring prepares me to give un- O 0 equalled tind guaranteed service O 0 as an auctionrer. My .ser%-ice free O O for a few sale.-. Reference. Allen O 3 Co. Slate Hank. E. K. Vickers. O O Phone .s:;-.. 40n East St. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Offlc.t Tel. 1083. Night Tel. 408 DR. B. 0. CflBISTIAH Physician and 'Snrgeoa Rooms 7 and 8. Evans Bids. F. n. MABTIir, , Margery and Dlseaies of " Women. • Office and Residence Phone 671 • Office 7 North Jefferson. ' 3F. -1 JBWBLRS, B. W. Pancoast, old reliable Jewelar. 110 East Street. Lodge Dftectory Lodgo No. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P. Hall, VlsIUng br» tbers invited. W. S. Thompson, K. Or Chris Rittcr. K. of R. and 8. KXIOHTS OF MlCCABEESr-' Knights of Maccabees of the Wori4 meets In K. P. Hall, second and fourtli Saturday nights ot .eacd^. ffpMf. J< W. Postwait, commander:" B. B. 'VmP' ter. record keeper. ^ i_ ff. 0. "W^Camp No. 101 meeU In K. of P. Hall every Friday night " W. T. Steele. C. C, A, H. Davis, CleflL Visitors cordially invited. _ Hirse filankefs, Lap Robes, and Foot Warmers The largest and best stock in Allen County. We belong to the Business Men's Milfcage Bureau. M. W. 1.—The M, -W. A. Lodgt meets every Friday night in M. W,-A., Hali. Visiting brothers invited. W.- CL Coffield. V. C. W. A. Cowan. Clerfc._ BOTAL KEieUBOBS.^Iols Cam* No, 365. Royal Neighl>orl,.inieeU vpiki ond and fourth Tuesdaya of ea* month. Mrs. F, A. Wagner, oraei«i Mrs. Mary Hutton, 413 West 8tr«< Recorder. FBATER>'AL BROTHEBHOOD^ Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meet* second and fourth Tborsday of eaefe month In A. O, U. W. JIall. Viama* members cordially invited. W. H. ^ derson, president; Golda Elam. tarr. General Contraetnr. Flagstone and Cement Sidewalks Curbing a Specialty. ^ once 113 East Jackson Av«.v I'boae. tM. he church to be present tomorrow, i especially at the 11 o'clock service.' Rev. Knowles, Ihe pastor, will preach OUR TELEfHONE at b<ith service<(, II a. m. and 7::to p. is constantly ringing thesa days. Sep* in. Sunday scliool at r»: l.'^i a. in., Jiin teniber. you know. Is the time to hB» lor lea«ne will meet at 2::!0, which is'the summer dust cleaned out of car half hour earlier than u.siiiil. Epworth j puts, /'ague at 11:. "in p. m. i We W. H. Carfield, pastor. Sunday schord at !l ;4 .'i 11. ni. .Morning HCI vice i I a. m. Serninn. "True Plillanfhrophy." B. Y. f. v. at t'.:::il p. in. Evening service at 7;:!0. '.'^abbath school al 9:4.^. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject. "Jesii.:; Christ, the Light of he World." Jr. B. v. P. I', al :•.::•.(> p. m. Preaching at 7::!0 p. m. Subject. "Preparation for the Con- erting of .Men." Evervhody cordialiv invited to the services. O. G.' MISSA.MORK. , Pastor. arc biiay, but your order w|». receive prompt and careful attenthM i'hone ua today. iOU RUG FACTORY rhoae tit. MiOAZINEn \Vtt PEBIODICAl/' can lie secured ot J. K. Henderson *ho deals wlii the pnbllshers an* rurnl;b(!s Ihem at the lowest ptrle* possible. Trial subscription to Vordeu's, ,1 months 25c. Pbone 98. 414 N.Bucketr Y. W. C. A. women's meeting Sunday at .1 o'clock. Mrs. Myler. leader for December 6lh All arc invited. • .Mrs. Second Baptist. Sunday school at 10 a. ni. Gordon, ^superintendent. j Praise* service and the Lord's Sup-! per at 11 a. m. I B. Y. P. U. 6:.-JO p. ra. I T. H. .McColor. president. , 1 Preaching at S p. m. Sermon, The Pearl of Great Price. Whosoever will let him come. .T. W. GORDON. Pastor. iJnIty Club to IMeet Mrs. J. T. Price on South Cottonwood street .will be hostess for the Unity club on Monday afternoon. , Begister want ads par- Real Estate, Insurance City and Farm L4)ans Low Rate, Annual Interest. Payments received at any ^ • time.without notice, and Jn-',. terest ceases on amount paid.' Long or Short Time loans. Cunningham & Arnetig tstlmates .ch ^srfaliy. giViin'on^''^ r.C .4 ,tl._.Be «.#»-8. -

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