Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 12, 1907 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, December 12, 1907
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tiii' b«en mbVed to .214 ^eet ativet. Ihthe new brick t^ulldlag Just completed "mi^ ia equlciped y^lth an oper- aUng table' and all the/latest appliances for the Humane find Scientific treatment of Domestic Animals. Calls made anywhere night or day. Phone 139 for hospital or resiilence. FRANK S. DEATTIE, V. S.. • - Proprietor. to- WSVriOHS Maclean wtelnlora day between trains oaliU road home from Baldwin where be has been at- tendhik the semi-annual meetliiK of the Board of Trustees of Bi^er University. Mr. Miaclean' was formerlr pastor of the First M. E. church IMS city. Don't Forget! Wild Is Good for Coiighs at ' lyAST EVENING at the Y. M. C. A. there were 42 men In attendance at the meeting of the Bible class. This is the largest attendance the class has ever had since it was organized. Dr. Wraey, Oca list, M. B. HAMILTON, who conducts n .shirt factory at Leavenworth, and who Is well known in lola, was elect- pd president of the T>>a von worth county Fair aiwoclatlon day before y «'8terdny. Mr. Hamilton was pres- idont last year. Two years ago he had a horse entered in' the races here .TOHN SAPP. of Moran, father of Miss May Sapp. for Whose murder Sam Whitlow mmit answer In the .Tanuar>- term of court. Is In the city loilay. Free dirt at Luccock's. ALONZO WTiitlow. brother of Sam Whitlow, is In the city today on busi DB. J. F.^ISESOK, The-'Saeecwtal Ave* tioMer, Teterlaariaa. Farm Minor MiKTced itock lalea miule anjrwhcrc. Vctcr. inary call* attiiweml day or nighl. '6A£e with DOUKUM Bro«. Pticnf 13. residence jio JOIrA, KANSAS. THE HIGH school basket ball team and the Y. M. C. A. team will play on the Y. M. C. A. court tomorrow evening. These are the two teams which pfayed the tie gante last Friday evening. The teams are evenly matched and a large attendance is expected. '5 Calendar Another Wonderful Book. By the Rev. W. A. Quayle. We would rather sell this book and make a little than sbme other goods and make a big profit Or his In GodN (hit-of-Doors, ^than a doeen bottles of medicine - Or the Prairie and the Sea, by the same author ihan five copies of the Younger set.; We won't make as much but we think we know the kind of books that kelp make life worth living. Read these books'and ycni wonder why some one has not sold It Just that way before, or why you have not seen the beauties of this world that this author has. The line of fine illustrated books is bigger this; year than ever before. See them at Evans Bros. Office ATier BerrdPi Drac 8ter«, A DkuOHTER Was born yester day, Dpcember 10, to Mr. and Mrs Dan Johnson. MISS BRETT has accepted a posl tlon in B\'ans' drug store. She is experienced m the handling of books. CHAS. Wk Garrison, county attor ney of Anderson county, was In the city last evening on businesR. Powell, the real estate man, hns a few thousand dollars to loan on farms at a reasonable rate. PARKS HEI>inCK: Neosho county representative In the legislature, was in the city last evening visiting with friends. WALTEil COX and Clara B. Crook, of Southwest of lola were married yesterday by Probate .luilrc J. B. Smith. OIIOCCRY Good Things to Eat, lelci>hooe 159 The Santa Pe will sell Homeseekers' tickets Nov. 19th, Dec. 3d and 17th. 1907, to points In Tex4is, Oklahoma and ndian Territory, New Mexico and Arkansas at very low rates. Winter Tourist tickets on sale daily Nov. I5fh, 1907. to April 30th, 190S. with final retui^ limit June 1st. 19.0S. to Beaumont, El Paso, Ft. Worth, Galveston, Texas, Carlsbad and Deming, N. M., at low rates. ^ Please see us for further partlcu lare. / W. t RALSTON. AgL y^mOH SmtRTHAMO Miss X KAffierine Hartley wi give ptfvatfc lessons. Benn Pitman System* ^iecialty. iMebM, LmHitfrnm, TELEPHOing TOVK WKST ADS. TO 1^ JKEOISTEB OFFICE. As an. aeoomodatidn.: the Register recelrea ads for its want colnnms over the telePbfliie, but expeeta the adver- Uaer to call at the ofltce and settle aa aoon ar«bnTenlent .,i^ the btllsare too jmall to.waifant tbf expense of a colleetfMV^TelepDone yoor want ad to ettfita- jpfioBe, K6. 18 cr 2M. and It will recdre careful attention. of FINANCIAL CdNblTIONO BBTrrR. !"Dr. Kelly *»/« l^MrfcyTfWiia are Now Paying Caeh. Dr. Bernard Kelly.' presiding elder of the Ottawa District obnfe|«nce of the Methodist Episcopal chnrch, who was in the city yesterday on busl- neas relative to the Trinity church, saya that the financial conditions, are tmprovln;^ In many places. He says that Onawa and Lawrence are paying cash now as formerly and that business Is proceeding to the depression. TO ORtUMZE CHESS CUB. A Meeting Is Called at T. X. C. \. Tonight. The chess season at the Y. .M. C. A. ofienK tonlRht. There are quite a num ber of chess players here who might be classed as exiwrfs, and It ia the intention of these ti) organize a dub for Ihe purpose of j))aylng a series of games with other clubs In this part of the state. All parties Interested inj chess are requested to attend the meeting this evening. For Exchange. Sixty acres miles from Morehead. Montgomery county, Kans.: ail creek valley land; good soli, 3 room house: small barn. Price IBO per acre. Mortgage JI.OOO. Want lola. Gas City or I>a llarpe property: clear or equity. lOLA L-^NI) CO. STOVER .\T NEW CE.METEHY. fieo. Thompson to Have Ciianre of Old Gronnds. Wm. Stover, who has been the re.g- ular sexloi) at the old cemetery for years, has been made sexton of the new cemetery northeast of the city, lie look active charge this week. Oeorge Thompson, who has been assistant at the old cemetery, will now have completo charge of the old cem- eter.%-. STOCK SOLD WELL. Improved acre tract on Electric line for sale on terms. Call phone lOBO. C. A. STEWART, of Yates Center, brother of Wells Stewart, who was murdered W. H. Crevisfon, was in the city yesterday on busi ness. THE LITTLE five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Agee. on north Jeffer son avRuue. fell while carrying a jar uight before last, with' the result that his wrist was badly cut with flying glass, the wound bleeding freely. Dr. KeyveMi. Pkeie IM. Sea. CM. THE preliminary enrollment of studenU at the,-high school for next term has begun. Clean stock of general merchandise mostly groceries, will take 11200 residence, balance terms. Located In good farming community. Wbltaker & Donnell. •V\7LUAM; ^\TDOd, a farmer. In the Golden Valley district, lost his home by fire Monday morning. The family was away at the time and the cause of the fire Is a mystery. THE supreme court has handed clown a decision in the case of Henry Morrison vs. the United Zltac. and Chemical company giving the plaintiff Judgment for $330. The rase has been in the courts for several year.=i. Six Per Cent Money. R. M. Cun ningham. MRS. E. L. Beck returned this morning from lola, where she was called several days ago by the serious illness of her sister, Mrs. Mary Dumm Mrs. Dumm was very sick nearly ail the time she has been there, but she was quite a good deal better when Mrs. Heck left this morning.—Garnett F. H. HU^lPHREY returned last .light from lola. where be closed a sale of the John S. Slocnm farm of 120 acres seven miles south of Fort Scott, to H. C. Mangels of Cherokee county, Iowa, who will occupy it after .March 1st, as his home.—Fort Scott Tribune. One Dollar in Script or Money Is good for 12.70 worth of Sanitol goods at J. D. Mundls ft Co, This offer closes December 31st. BEN STINSO.V. of Gir^fd. Kansas, a pitcher with an enviable record, has tieen secured by Manager Fillman of the Joplin Miners. Stinson has a rec ord of striking out nineteen men in one game. Stinson is a brother of Cy Stlnson, once with the lola team. If you can catch on, you can catch him—Raffles at S. R. Burrell's. FLORA DUNCAN, colored, has been bound over in Montgomery county to the district court to answer to the charge of highway robbery. It Is said that the woman Is the FYancis Duncan whom the police had trouble with here last spring. She was once accoa- ed of holding up a man on South Jefferson street but was released. •Get your Sanltol now. as this Is your last chance to get $2.70 worth for |L Deal eloaea December Slat. J. D. Mnndis ft Co. iWm Spem ^ir "Yftk'tt TrMhIe la . jriBlay DMriet. Will Speiieer. brother of Postmaster C. B. Spencer.- is In the city tbda>-. Mr. Spencsr Is located at Goldfield, .Nevada, where he has mining Interests. He is naturally watching the develoinnents in the Goldfield district since It Is under the patrol of soldiers. • Mr. Spencer says that when he left Goldfield it was very quiet there, at least on the surface. He further staled that the posaibillties of trouble depended largely on whether or not tlie miners were influenced by agitators. The miners as a genral rule are very quiet but are easily |>ersuaded to take Kieps that may precipitate trouble, said Mr,. S|)encer. FRANK PHILLIPS 18 nrJCRED. iret With Fall at Chanate Cemeit Plant. Frank Phillips was brought In last evening from Chanute with, a badly injured leg. He has been working on the cement plant which the Hunt Engineering company is building there- Yesterday he fell from a iiortion of the linilding injuring bis limb. He jwlll be under the care of a physician for several days. FUNERAL OF IMR8. ROSENBERG. Will be Held Tomorrow at the Reformed Church. CHAS. McNAUGHTON. of Oklahoma City, is here visiting his sister. .Mrs. H. A. Adams, of S48 North Jefferson. I JOHN Thomas, wlio was fornierlv} etery .lev.-n vears ago. a painter here, has r.-turned fn>m i The funeral services of Mrs. Mary Ros.^nberg. who died yesterday morning at five o'clock, will be held to- niorniw afternoon at 2 oclocn in the German Reformed church. Rev. Har- nlsh officiating. The remains will bi- laid to rent beside those of her hus- liaud who wa.< liuried in tb.- old cem- Eniit. Oklahoma, where he bad a bi«, - • cmtract. ami will engage in business have a maefng and election of ..fflc lOI A rlKU.ter -No. 8. F. A. .M.. will in lola again. ers this evening. Money Flurry Has Affected Public Sales. That thfi price of stock Is going up a^ain was proven this week at the sale of Clark and John Bean, two larniers living right miles southwist of lola. At the sale a two year old colt sold for 1147 and seven horses sold at an average of $100 each. Cows sold as high as $4.'>.50. Chlcki-ns sold at $4 a dozen. Ch.ns. Bishop, the nite ionecr. says Iho sale was the best liat has been held since the recent money flurry. Register Want Adii. Bring HesnlM. Furniture AT COFFEY'S Rocking Chairs- Every Price, Every Size. From $1.6o to $16 Give us a Call. J. W. Coffey Furniture Store EAST SIDE SQUARE 1 ITeiaeMtay, Dee. 18. OmTT ADA.VS SAWYER Frlees ....25, «, 50, 75e, $IM •. Thvrsday. Dee. 19. AMELIA BINGHAM IN A aODERJf LADY flODIYASb Overcoat Reductions Reduced prices all through the line. Our winter has been so open that we find wc have too many Overcoats, and we want to reduce the stock now, jnst when you need a coat, in place of waiting till January. EXPEtT W€LL SATURDAY. City Watching Progress on Purdom Well. BEGIN CURBING SATURDAY. iiiJM Overcoafs,..$20.00 SStf.OO Overcont.s,. .$18.00 iHIS.00 Overcoats,..$15.00 l'l.'>.0» Ororcoais,..$1:2.50 !^1^'>U Ovprcoats,. .$10.00 A saving of I2.50 to $3.00 on a Coat is worth looking after. Qie BamlaylShfelds. Clothing Car 'THE STORE THAT SATISFIES." The wf>ll which is being drilleil 011 llie Purdora farm, by the city, wlllj be drilled In next Saturday if notii-' ing happens to interfere with the wiiik. The drllilnn Is now progress ing nicely. It is now six hundred feet deep. The city is expecting a good well in this a8 !d. .MYSTIC CIRCLE HELD DAXCE. Social Time Followed Inliktion Last Evening. The .Mystic Circle lodge had a big social time at the K. of P. hall last night. Six new members were initiated into the order and twelve are expected to be talcen in at the next meeting. After transacting regular business the memliers took part in a social dance. Harry Landis, of Kan- ."jas City, one of the deputies of the order, arrived in lola this week and will remain here for several weeks getting new members. The K. of P. hall has been rented by the order as a ]>lace of meeting. TO HATE OYSTER SUPPER. W. 0. W. Lodge Wni Have Social Session Tomorrow Mght. The \V. O. W. odge is to have an oyster supper and dance at the lodge rooms tomorrow night. The social affair will be preceeded by a business ipecting when some ten or twelve new members are to be taken into the order. There will also be some other Important matters to come up at the meeting. • . Horton Concrete Comoany Replaces South Walnut Woric. The Horton Concrete company which has (he contract for the putting in of the South Walnut street curbing, will be):in work nt -xt Satunlay moniing. The company is busy laying a concrete floor in a big barn on the Horville farm west of the city. It will probably take two weeks to complete the work. R. S. Gilfillan. who has tho contract for putting in the flag stone curbing on South Walnut from Vine on south has men cutting thp stone today. ELECT STATE DELECJATE. Hortlcnitnral Society Will Also Elect Officers. Ofllcers for the ensuing year will be elected at the meeting of the Allen County Horticultural Societv which will be held in the G. A. U. ball tomorrow afternoon. In connTtion with the regular program a picnic dinner will be served. A delegate to the State Horticultural Society which meets In Topeka. Kansas, some time between Christmas and New Years, will l)e elected at the meeting tomorrow. Bulgarian' Chief Dead. Sofia. Bulgaria, Dec. 12.—Boris Sar afoff. the most famous of all leaders of Bulgarian hands in Macadonia was shot dead at his home today by a Macedonian, who at the same time shot and killed another revolutionary chief named Gervauoff while the latter was in -the act of bidding Sarafoff farewell. KAir PAYS UP TODAY Contributes $13,926 to the County Treasurer's Fund. The Katy paid its taxes this morning, the check sent to the treasurer's office called for $13,926 which coviTS the taxes on all of the road's property In the county. This cittck is larger by something like $3000 than that of last year, due to the fact that the stale lay is higher. The Katy -s ths first load to pay the 1908 taxes. 0>' .STEWART .WRDER. What W. A. White Says of the Bratal -Criauk (Emporia Gazette.) The- latest murder at lola hadr its iolan ' featiires. The victim, a man named Stewart, conducted a restaurant in partnership with a Mr. Cr^la- ton. They realized that the patina of the cafe would expect a. cblotaa dinner on Sunday, but the high price of chickens made such a luxury out of the ciuestion at 'a time of severe financial stringency^ After much dia- cussion they concluded to go iout early.on Sunday morning and aual enough chickens to provide a snltiWe banuijet. This they did. and tMtr energ> was not nnrewarded. for i^vf found a weM-stocked henhouse, upon which they drew liberally. lOn.tbe way lionie Mr. Stewart paused to put the chickens out of their mlaery^ had h1ain~two, and was about to garrote the third, when his JJarUier flrtalf but respectfully batted bim over ttaa head with a blunt instrument, « IM 1 then cut'bis throat, and Mr. Stewart slept with his fathers. The body waa found on Sunday. lying side by aid* (vltb tlie dead chickens, and at flrst till* crime promised to be a myatanr bad as thiat of tho Sapp killlnc. Hut Jlr. CrevJston confessed in wrlt- ing that he had dune the killing, and gave as hi.^ reason that he waa wildly III love with Stewart's wife, aad had determined upon the crime weeks ago. and bad been waiting for a chance to commit it ever rince. U ts in tlie contemplation of such a.ool^- hlooded crime as this that the Innoceot ilysti)nder feels- a momentary roctet (hat the ualiows lias been done away with In Kansiis. TH15 book committee of the ctty library ri'ported at the meeting nl^kt before last a list of books to COat $20t»/ which they were authorized to buy. • "H»Tfne tak»n jronr wotiit^Tfnl "RMrantOeif ealarch an.l .l> »l»-|,sia.l thiuk a Vuni •( »nlM duo t'l'-^'a^caretf-'for their wooaernileAIDI I hav,. t.-,kfii ii(ini «r 'iiiB oih«r ao-calt^iJ r». but witli'iiit KTall aiMl I BIKI ttau CucanW 1. m -irs in a dair than all Ui« oUim 1 bn* "jau (l«"M -:<iun«. IM Ueretr 81., J »rM» C»»f, Iti KBTcrSiekeu, iVeakf-u or Grip*. We. tJe,l «f.j5 fol.t In bnllc Tl.a e«n<«>ne Ubirt fMncad O Quariint^c^ to eura ur juur ma ^er .Mclt. Stcrlmc Remedy Co.. .CUoccLor M.?.. JH* GIFT THWGS OF If you desire that yoHr gift be of an oraameutal nature, a thing of beauty, or something nsefnl, then you will do -well to acquaint you'self with the array of gift things we have^.gathered for your consideration. Here will be foiuid "the rarest and most, beautiful of the season's latest productions in Jewelry and other lines of Holiday Goods, a showing of an exceptional character. And it is always the ca>e ihere, you will find our prices uniisually low. It is the largest and most beautiful holiday stock it has been our pleasure to invite you to visit. Send for our Beautiful 'Illustrated Xecklaces and Festoons %\M to Scarf Pins ;5c to $20J)0 Lockets $1JM to $20.00 Ladie8«'Rlng ...$2.00 to $100.00 Cnff Links oOc to $iaOO Catalojuel

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