Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 5, 1908 · Page 7
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THE TOLA DAILY RECISTEB, SATrKPAT ETEMyO, DECEMBEB 5. im. Take our No. 410 when Tiliveling Eastward l/»;iv.-. ,t 7 1.. |. in . .u- rlTps St. I>itiir. '^.z'o a. m. Through i;|p ''p ;ric r.irs. This train couuects with the east bouTi 'I traiiia at Hi. Ixjiiin. For rutrb»r (tailKiiIrtr.i call and pp» «a. C. p. Hale, Agt. IS DEMAND FOR OIL Independence Reporter on the Oil dustry in Kansas.—Oil at Moran. In Th" Ind'pnnd .-i '.r. [{ l !i K .I''. .1- ill- re i;; rii.irirt CI! tiir. [.nrf of Mi. r^-fii" I i>'s l<ii- nil Tl pv ;iniTfr :.• (ii 'i"P ml''!it :ihipi>iiii •li 'ir cnid" III frniii Oklahmna at cmi KJdcr .tM"- lot-t Tli'TP is iiidiif^m'-ti' fitr i(i'-.il •Irllliiij TJiGr<^ ar'' iiianv [•l:ii-«-.- iM tiri' K :iii.-;i.-. li'^M? wli'-r*"- l."i til L'.'. I 'lTi] U'l'; iHii l»' fiHiiid Hii'li \v !i. ftiiu-ri. :. will |.riy ti'ii fiiit". (ii'tJiUHr !"'- ilii' nil Hiif ,n t,ir th'-;- li.i- I '.t !•' • II nun h '-ffor' to o|,'II iiiw v.i.;|. Till •••tiniT. ;it l.oii" iiMi \i >liiii|'iiii; ill fii! Irmn Nowata It IS ii(i* sMiiiiip (<> flrill :-om'' w .'II:. Ml lii.it (i'''il Ti'i-' 1 al:i<v :.rim<' IM:"||I| I<II ••il III '1"- . Mii 'iilmiv ''niliiiv liiiil Tli'i'- li ii>) ifiiulil .llial Miiiif' ill' |i:<ii uill !•• .iiriili .T »iK<i! :li:tl lev I in. I pi'iil ii |i III Mi ,it p;iri iif III' riHiiir\ .111 'xii'iisinn of ill*' f»K!.ili'i 111.I i.''-ii:".'. r IIPI ((••.-.•'tl I\ .-I bliallow • an. I v..-If V, il . An I. il II'MI Mnran [ttll'i-il ( TIHI 1' .-.I :;. .1 li.i.l.i. :l .!;iv I H. 1/ i' t . -.'I ,1 |..i. Til. Staii'l • Mr I \ ;• • I 't ttutil.fi' ''.1 nil cl.; nmr* I (ill •.\--\:' II'."' !' I; .•.IMI'IJIII;.- HI Iriiin II" 'I* it T'l*-!' :i''f In ;*li<i 'i'; fol •:>\.-r.il ili'iii-.:ii|.| I'IIIIIM !.!.- i.i<itii..r: in I 'l- W .i • ^:if<- pofit. ' in • .\".. ri!" I liii'i' w \ I" Pay Day Sale Saturday and Monday Every Hat sjoes at Half Price. Special Prices on Children's and Infant Caps. Mrs. Pefly K'8 1-2 Ea9 Madison I iii.in!'iint^'l '^••'•i'' s:<---'^ U i- ' M. ; •»]•.- f'. llll.i:? .If.* I I ,<;. .'..r nr.' nr.., .-1 svaiicn. .'^i^i.'- i .i'".-ii'r; w • i iMii.'h i"i V '1'' h 'l M • '.' hi-"!'- i; ; jiifi'lp<')!.i: li'.'ii'- |:;'i' in V.-^y with fll""' 1-l" I.' iljirt-Hi-.l H-\i\^<.,): "f lli'l*'.- .Hid !.;i!!i.i (.'•<. Ml .'ii|v.i::i'c- i ill \'\'^ null ...II- t |in|, l!'in.,!..;i Itl.l. 1||.'. i.i-'v-.-iiii- 1.1 i.ii-..:!- I... lii.- iii-.li < f i:in:i ulii,.- i|ii> <;!/.rl unlii:;;; all......' L.iruia' i-v^i.i r ..i :li'' l-is riil ij u I i'.:iil' I iiiiliai'i-, Miiii .1 I t'i>ii;iii.-i i-iai p,\;i>.-.-i I I'll|iI'lV|i;- lli:i.!.- 'n • j I .:.•!; 'i - vi i.rk « in .AV Ki'• .i'..| . |ii.:i \ vf .l 1,11 I I.I.iM « )|J|.' '.-.k" rjii.^'d t .ir till! • park' I I 'ii|diiH'I': ili"ii.;;li iliiri' is i. II" i.- Ill . I.Ii'.. ll u. full th.'t .ippi-ll-: . I ..V •.. I'l I'l I tl. I :,:nl j. II'. '1 .. <<-\.-v I 'Il idll . In: •il-'ii...I . t ... ..ii,i,. j lola rp'ijilf « an I ill Voii Why || I I' Kn !i ;..y V: !. I- di.-r-.-,. .• .Ill:) t'l.i: : i aio al«,j\K 1 isMir.' ;-fri'ii^tiii'ir. .-rful rmi*'..; I 'l. '..in:: iti.-.n ;.• driM' THE ibLA ICE ANb COLD STORAGE CO. MMMfactur«n, WboIes«l* •nd Retail Dealers , CRYSTAL ICE And Bistilled Water nrm C«l« Sttnigo Koaiy far •«flae«8. . Pk«a« 111. FRANK RIDDLE. Mgr. ' •H- "IK r;iii r •y Ir.' tli" (Ml Till- ii'iii'd;. III! tlip Jiidtif-;. out <if lllf ooooooooooooooooo 6 O OXITKJE TO ( OKK£SPO>DE5TS O O O O TJip HfKhter dr.-ilrf* riwb ror- O O rf <>}M )nd<>nt fo s« nd in bis or IIT O O nnme kt onrp nitb the pontDUIre O O addrms and iuiiu<> ot thf O O it«>{Klil>«rbf>«>d rM>rf>^f^il•d. O O Pleur do llih at onrr SM WC O O dpcire to ulitain the ultoip .factii O O for ImMrtaiit reuMons. O o • O 0 0 0 900 o,0Q4> 0 o o 00 e o tlip I;i|i:id p 'li.iin.; I 'lat ran-r- liai-k- arlif. hi 'a .ta 'lii' an-i dr.-i r".; ;iiie ktdiiiy .'in'l iirliMi'. r <iriii,;.ji.|.'.. |,,!.'i ppnj.Ic tP;:Iii\ III J. r ni.ilii'lil ('Il^f.^•. \;is l-.iiii' Tli'iiiin- „; .•,_':; .Somii .Stlt- .;'ir>ft. Iij !a. Ka.-.. .-'i>S' About 1:; '.(Mrs .'C 'l I >i";;.iii in Jiav>- truDliji. I'.vii'; ;i)y kidai;.;- Tlii^ri' was a paip-ln I 111" .mall if iiiv l.ai'k ;uid fifii 'ii .-1/ jliniill iiiMrji:.; lil.lt ( fell mt |f t liaff . i„ p : >... ,1.11 \! iiith! till- only nliMf jl '.iiild f'!ii1 -vi prpi ins Tiiy bark j •';c:,)l!i .;f 'he li'.'d haid as I could. I For iiiopili^ f foiiid not run in? i^pivme inia(riifi*> aid r-ni'd not so .ip ttalr.- I'^i'lioin I'oldiric on to -i .nirthtnK for jsnuporf Tlie kidiifv sfiotlotu trf-T" :»".n v» I'.' rli;trr..;,.iiig in pa.--a::" at t)m»>- I finaUy Iparii^d of Ouaii:; Kid iipy Pill-s and lircaii iiKin^ tjipn), Thfv zT.f iii<= firoinpt i-pljof and In a r-hnr* rinip J rould pf' ,arnuud and felt in pvpry wav Iik<> p)y natural fplf I havp had st'^ht re'iirns of kidnpy froiib 'i' siiK 'p but thpir rioau'i- Kidney Pills havi? npvpr faiM'f fo fivp iiiJrk r<?ljpf '• For salp by nV dralfr .H Prifp •>>< iceuts. Fo.ster-.Millmrn Co., Riiffalo. New Vork. sole apents for the United States. Reniefn|x>r ithe oarae—Doaii'a—«yi4. \< II.: .Irllli'.l in till. .Miip fU'Id tir '!•• •• wiMi' iti (\ali: a;, )•< in lln' «• .1:. Ill i)ii' fl )i .rot .i I'. IJ III I!, j I I'.t. iiati.iii ami . i.'.illiriii:: Tli.i.'i w...- ill. <•..., .111! nil pioilii.'iii'.- 1 Wfll.^. 'j\ i;a''-iiM '_•;• f.iiluri'K. '« fili.lj '•iftur oil III- ,ind ilip III 'A' pio.liii'i: •lull W'a:< Piitiiiiaii .1 .H |;!T'.tV tiatn'l I I'i'iiiparili'.;' th'.i' li:."iii v.lth thfi'. of; 11.1.vl.I'l'. (Inri- v .'.-t an iiir-i .'iM 1;. u .ll.N ilrill'il LM produ<..i.v. 1 (ail ni's ;ir!.| a d-i'i. .i;.- of s sa-.^.-rs .in liaii.'.»: .ii"» pro'lui'tion. Tli III illlli I' lll'p.l I I Ml l!i • I nv i |i ..tt ri.i! In- ) I ! •, .ll I. Iln I .iMIplallll I't illfl I -I 111 III).' ili'lUi I I. I I 1" I ijl llj'I'lli .1 II ll III. 1. 1 lllf .. -.pi| !• Ill •<:• i|. I. I.'l..; l-ri. ra^:-:: !lv :-Ui:iilv iM,;i • 111 I'on niu. ,'ria! i: al'Oir i;i-'id . pii.i ••I ..i .vil-. !i. 11 ii.il I vUol- III. ' . 1 ll HI At CliTryvalr, Will Km:', of lo:.i ,.1 III 11 ,1 . I.i.-.i i-\ iiiili;; tl. ', I il fll lil:. ail li'iirl III" I '.'ll, .I.Hli'. '"'i' i\V.i|. pi;MI''.iii |».-.Iiv(r> f'l !!-PouDd Packu'rr* .Vlso " Kainrrd in Rpport. ! V .",i -liiut'oii. Ill"' -—'I oiM .'hiiis tltc Ir ii: of Mil- .i-Tiriiiiiir.i! • ouiniiitiltii'S f.i I'.'I 'l". ^Iall• of ih>' 'Hiion.' ih<- an- |THI.I1 t I'P'VI of f-'iiui'th .Vs:-" istarit f'osl- l :.:l^;Ip^ C'lifra! I*. V f"'';i.ni. niadp pnl.lii la.-; iii::lif. .tiiii '/'i.'K •' iiiTcaspd II . liilii'^.-.. of 1)1.- riii.il fii'p di'livcrv • I', j.'.' .'.ii.l ilK- unpri'rpdi'ii'pd briiic- iii • .f ;l!»- '.vnrk lit III" o'lri '.iu up to ilai. aiiil • rii -oiunti Ill's mix! dolivory of i .irk.i '^i s i.f I'll V. .11 p .iiiiiils inaxi- 'iniiii ai .-I pi 'i 'ial r.ii- ai ;d tlio iiniforin ii .t; I .f iirr.il <.irrii'rs Tl 10 lurrT .'i- in ilin '.rvifp ..I ulia-li Mr IlofJi.ivv i;;_'lii» head .1 iiU oi • :'..'iiMi i.iifi hi.tii..; Thrir III il i.iiiil .ii i| o| I'lf'.ij.aiv 1.- afiPili'it |.."ili.- f .M I ili.H otih- tir. t'.irrli'r:; oiif III .1 total iiuriibur ot ; XM'H- di'-. nil. I'll tor <aii ';i '.-t diniiu; tin' ii.ijt }--.I I- l.'uial i!i .!i \.'iy i.. In iip>-iiilion 1 111 :i I.". 11-.T null »f rii.i 'l o\. wtiK ll carrifrs are required to travel daily Of the.-c road.? 35.00 't miles are ma •:adaDi. the remainder being earth ^aiid or gravel. Since the service wa; fir.-r established J70.6S- 162 has beeE expended on roadj traversed by ru ral carriers. l)uriu;r the [la.'^t year there were 1, •;7 L' nfw routes established, sevenfew roiifi 's di.-<r<jritiniied |>nor thereto wert re -estahlijhed, and 110 routes discon f'oijiiniied. UiirinR the year !.&.">' posiofficp.s were discontinued. Ill the dead letter offlcp during; tbt year there were received 13,I4r>.172 pieces of niai!. abd returned to sen ijeri; 7.1'i;c'.6')4 lelter.>« and parcels, ui iliiiost ::.itiii».iiiiii niore than in thi; p.-'- vious year. Thp p .-iiitnaio of uppropriation.- nee •'.•-aiy for the rural service for lh< urxi fisral year 1.- l.itl.-.MC .'JtH). an in freajfi 'if |i;7.'!.'»'>u ovpr tb* ciirrput ;ip pi'oprlalloii a \ii;i;:i' of till' prodiK'ifiS '.vi -ll .s uati .'1.'. iiiVri'l- Thi^ avira::" of thr nr.. lo 'nr \vi '1'^ was I'.H 1 barn IK . and o |j ^t-i,\i-n)\)rT ui.|l.~ .".1;.'. Iia-ri'l.- Irt j Octo 'iir 'III!; wi 'Hs «<'r<' drill".] aii 'l in; S.'ptoriibpr '•',:>>. Willi :!ir.i in .\ii •nsl | T' •> •'stiniati'd prodintion in IVLIIXTJ rtas I'l'.'!'! barnl.i ;iii (l in S 'li 'iinliir it wa;; M.'.ill barn!-. Of ill.- ,';ii wi -Il; ilulli-d ill Kai '.sa. "iilv w.Ti- iirr .'iuri .r .A of oil in pay in :r 'Iiiantiliv.<;. I-! wr.- L ;a .'=si'r.-; and r< w.'rp fai'iin.s. Tb" rx'^w p '"odu ''l ion na, only r,r, liarnl.- Thi.; wa;^ a ib' rr.jay.' of I! wi'll.^ di illi 'd Tlion- w.-r" 1'*. ff-w r pro(iiir»-r ..i and '* f **W "r cass -rs. wlrli an Incn -a.-.- of I faijiii.s T 1: P production for Ni>v<iiibi r wa?= 't~> barrils I7:ss than fo- October. Tl;" a^'raai' of thi^ Novi-inber well.<; wa;. t^ •; barr.-l?; a.s cornfiari'l with !2 2 li'ii' r<»J.s for OrlobPr and la.ii barrel.*; for Si-pti>mlipr >ronteorn«'ry countv Kad ; vmU rotiiplpt|oiis but threi- nf thi':,.» •.v.^re dry ai?d thi'' other fiv" were ;as^pr.-;. Drillinc oppraii'»n.= in K.in:-a> '^rp scattered over s-O wide an nr'.i and so larpelv for 2a."j ti at they do no' cut iiiiinh fis'ir*- at tfijs tiine In mat ters of oil. Woman's Power Over Man Woman'* mo»t iIlorioiK rndowmenl i* the power to Mwnken and hold Ihe pure niid l|<ine«t love of a • worthtman. When she loses il nnU .slill !ove« on, no one in the wide world can know llic heart af(ony ihe endure*. The woman who <.iiffi -r> from weakness and drranjfemenf of hur i «pcct «l womanly or- j(ani<m soon lose^ the power to sway the heart o{ a man. Her general health suffers and she loses her liood lo «ks, her allmctiveness, her amiability and her power and presu'lje as a womitn. Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Ruffalo, N.Y., with Ihe assistance of his slaff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many thousands of women, lie has df :vised a successful remedy for woman's ail* ments. It is known as Dr. Pierc ^e 's Favorite Prescription. It is a positive specific for Ihe weaknesses and disnfdcra peculiar to women. It purifies, re(a> Istcs, »treni(tbens and heals.- Medicine dealers aell it. No konett dealer wili •dvisc you to accept a subslitule in order to make • little larger profit. IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. Or. Phrce't PleasMt Pellets rrxala*e KIHI sfnagtlMm Stommdi, Liver ma4 Bat TtS. H)M> WEATHER HELP.S TRADE. Pnn's BeiM»rt . SB.TS Tint Th*r«> Xw Sfira^ Drtenrnt l"orcf«, Howfrir, SPW Vork. r >pr. :. — R O Dun & tji'.-' week'v retiew of trade savH: fold wt^ther hrouuhl a be(tpr refill '.i'iii:inrt ftjr eeasonaWe rnerchamlh:". «nd holiday (rade made good oro^'res.* iiiu asBortmie^tfi are no} wholly aatllK- factory because of the coneertatisai of THOS. H. BOWLU3, President J. F. SCOTT, Cashier. ALLEN COUNTY STATE BANK CaplUI $30,000.00 A. W. omecroRs Beek, U, C. Bestty. A. J. Fulton. W. J. W. L. Bartles, Thos. H. Evans. J. Bowlua. O. RodB«re, MC umn OUR oiwv atukm on A/JL tunopeMUpomwt I SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT FROM «2' T 0 fS PER YfAfL INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. WW'l T«> SEI.I, SIIIPM .S Oil.. KHIIMIS and (Ifclahoma »ll Men Kilr r«>iuulslnt in WuKbinicinn. \Va:'liin>:tnn. l >pc. .">.—MakUm -liowlnu before llif Kerrefary of l !i« iiiti-rior that tb'-ri- l.< iircenf deinaiii' tor iiiiidlfiiiition in thr reuKlations !f.ipertiiiir I'ipe lines in order that thr «urplu.< oil product may be marketed i delet-afti;!! of Kansa.s and Oklahoma oil men were liefore the secretary ye.=- •.•rday. accomi.anliM by Senator Curtis and Repre.sentative Phil Camiibeli. Their refiiiesf for relief filed in a writ •en statement with Ihe secretary and supported In their representations nsHde yestPirday. is that they desire opiHirfitniiy to sell all the oil produced and that a market is needed which can only be funri.shed by additional pipe lint '.ii. The independent oil men in.sist that 'lie existing reitulations should be so modified as to induce the buildini; of further lines. They represent that the approximate daily cajracity of the O-.i- lahoina. fields. Including the Glean pool. Sha'low pool. Cherokee and Osage pool, is from 160.000 to 180.00*> barrels. The market 13 represented to be competent to take care of from SO.OOO to 100.000 barrels only through the Prairie Oil and Gas company. Belt Pipe Line company and the Texas company, thus leaving "the surplus daily product for which there is no market of SO.OOO barrels. It is to furnish a better ruarket that the petitioners ask that the secretary of the interior modify the regulatioifs so an to allow additional pipe llne.s to be constructed. WANTS TRIP ir. A. Xor^^o, A.^A. B. CommtlaAeri Protested Aninrt Dlsmlsiial of Lflwl Caw. 'Topeka, Kas.. Dec. 5.—The unique spectacle of a defendant In a criminal case objecting to a dismissal hia case by the. county attorney and in- slBJng upon a trial -was witnesseil in the Shawnee district rourt yesierday. Colonel W. A. Morgan, department/ commander of the Kansas G. A. It. was one cf six de^endonts on trial for crimlnaily libeling' Captain P. H. Coney. The count.v alforney during the trial said he desired to dismiss fhf case against Coionel .Mrrgan and use him as a witness. Morgan protested vehemently. He said he wanted a bill of health from the jury jind not the conn- 'y attorney: (unherniDre. to dismisa the case would. make it appear that ho had turned states evidence as a price for his liberjty. Thi.i he said would injure him with his comrades. He asked the court to force the case against him to triaJ. Judge Dana said he had no power to do so. Colonel Morgan then asked for the privilege of having hin protest be spread upon the conrt records. This request was granted. The case against him was then dismissed, and he beoinie. a witness for the suite. But his testimony did the. defendants more .uood than it did the state. yor PROBABLY HAVE Many garments that you thing are ruined that can bo made to look' good as new by the use of DRT- CLEA\-0. Dry cleanin.:; i.s uol expensive when you do il yourself. A 50-cent call of DRY-CLE.AN-O will do $10 worth of dry cleaning. You will find DRY-CLK.V.S'-0 the very best preparation in the worltl for washing all woolen goods, tinder- wear, dresses, 'dress skirts and every ihfng made of pure wor.!. The goods will wear longer and b»f more satisfactory, keep their color and natural gloss and fluffin.-;^.i until they are completely worn out. .Made only by Putnam FudeleHS Dye Co. Qiiincy, III. For siile by ('has. B Spencer & Co., J. D. .Miindis & Co.. W. I, Crabb. l>r, K. A. Brown. S(»RRO\V AT BrHI.I>GA.HE*S BSD, iVa»hiDirlon Hrard of the Death of tho Former Chief of Dead Letter Office. Wafhington. DeT. 5.—Profound sorrow was general in the postoffice de-- parttnienl today when the news of the d?ath of Ward Burllngame, former chief clerk of the dead letter division, lecaine known. A meeting ot the post )ffice department benefit association .vas held in the office of Chief Clerk 'onrad and condolences were forward ed to the familssin Topeka. Mr. Bur- ingame entered the postoffice depart- •nent in 18.S0. He served until July 26. 1&07. On his voluntary retire-' Tjent from office Chief Clerk Chance iVrote him as follows: ••1 am directed by the postmaster general to extend the thanks and com nendation of the .postoffice depart- nepf for your long and faithful ser.•ice therein. It is fo many of your hararteristics that tlie ; department owes its present efficiency." HttUtual Constipation persona) effot ^S witKfte fl^Sist«i*cp of\hcat» Truly beneJicVgil liwatiwe me4v', S ^rUDo ^ngS an(| tlittrafSeMW^ KicK enobleft an <>io{<rrtn »-rgulor ob «t& ctaily ,<c> tk ' Ka left onefo^r <jTCT ^-^ufor ly t!wt asstsl<uH« to na- ure XMM he gradual);- cli ^pettSc4v «i^ lreineJics,w))cn Te^uiroJ. ate to astttA nature on<J not to NU |iflant tk« natw. Jl Ructions, vhicn must ctepenc) ulti« buy tho genuine CALIFORNIA Fio SYHUP CO. ONLY CreaL Western Land Co. Want: One dozen farms to rent afxt week. 25 persons to buy tickets to the old country. To Exchange. Good •". rf >om residence, and elevator, feed mill, for lola residence property. 4 room house, barn with 2 acres land. joiBing Io!a: this will make a g «)od chicken farm: will rent tor $100 cash in advance. One of The bes' improved farms in Alien county of I 'JO ac-e.s, near lola;' on),v JiVO per acre.- , j S'l acre farm, .Veosho county, urelli improved, large house and barn. \oV3 of fruit, a good home. Price 53.000. We have land in western Kansas t» trade or sell, also good irrigated lanti In the Larrimie Valley. Wyoming. See u.*';for all kinds of real estate deals. We are not the only, but doing business over the Palace Shoe Store. Do you want a Beautiful Silk F1a<. 2*3 feat? Up^ttvdate: 46 stars; mnd« of One twilled silk; b^aotifnl txilora A pice Christmas present or • MS veolr tbr the home. Semi fl .60 and you vlll receive tk* Daily and Sunday Journal threa months and one of these flags. Address TH9 KANSAS ClTt jQUIuau .XfasaaCfti^ JlSb >4 ; December :j5fb l3 the last date for ohe^ ROMESEEKBRS EX.-. pURSION BATES ia 1908. Se» jia for ^iarttciilau.

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