Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 14, 1907 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, December 14, 1907
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Open ETenbifsfKrst WMk. ooooooobo^ooooooo Althpugh attention wtii largely center on tHc practical and standard gifts, there arc many special reduction lots throughout the store as additional incentive. Every offering of this sldcc will hilfill your most rigid requirements and will go to example the fact that besides of- ferij^ choice of the world's most dependable and satisfactory wares, s«isiblc economy is afforded by every stock of the store. 50 doz. Lajdies' Handsome Collars just opened up Elegantl Handkerchiefs of every new description. r $600 ^vorth of fine Furs from 75c to $20 An elegant line of Fine Hand Bags Ladies' Combs, everything new to select from Doilies of every description and price Orcat Kcjdaction» In MHIincry, This Elegant line of rrimmcd Millinery at Actuai Coat. Ladies', fgliases^and Children's Coats» 14ft Handsome garments cut down to the Closest Selling t>rice> RiMl t lafTRY i Mat TMason Oanhcs Off a "Pome" on lota. (Smporia Gazette.) Tbings are qaiet at lola; Peace has 1. spread her Snowy l^ngs; and pt ' QuJet and Contentment every Gentle 1 Zephyr Sines; Trifling Thinga like tOout^e Murders, we of conrse may Ftill 'Expect, for without some Small CirersloD, that nice CSty would be Wrecked. Someone's Gone and Slug- Ked "a Preacher, Just to Break the Te-dVum; William I>oe has Shot a Drusgist who refused to Sell Him I(i)m'; at the Graveyard they are Digging" np the Body of a Maa, tor the Oorxmer SuSpects that Someone BaKltsd Him on the Can. Someon^'e potsdned WilUe Weary, SomeoaVs Set the Church on Pire, and the Bishop Has;Abducted the Soprano of the Cboir; there are Corpses In t^e Al- Iiys.; there are Bodies in the Street, and :the Hearse is E^-er Humping to the Graveyard-and Repeat. O. there's Qu?el In lola. and the Peop'e Have ftepose. while the SmUJng Undertaker on His Endless Errand Goes. »EE IJ» FOR »EN»IRLE AND USEFUL CHRI|»TN4» PBE»ENT». 'S its £a«| Mmdimon Avenue m 2 doorm Wmmi THcmp^ moaHoietm t 2 •" SiTUATiOMS WAMTED Adretrisements under'this head will bo Inserted three times without charge. MEW W^mntu STRAYED—A Red Irish Sot(er. white stripe on face tind breast, white on tips of toes, col'ar with name <!co Hertscho. Return Toil Xorlh Second. Reward. NEWS OF LA HARPE HKill !i *(IIO <lL H.IS «>1«J.\MZ£D DEB.VTIXO CLl'B. the weekly prayer meeting:. Ladies' Aid meets Thursday afternoon. E. C. CORN. Pastor. WILL MEET OTHER SCHOOLS WAMTEO' ->Mtm«miimmmoum | WANTED—Second girl. .T. O. Rod-1 gers. No._i Buchanan Street, head of .North street. [ ! WANTED—Second hand Winchester} pop gun. Inquire 105'South Second Etret (ts Economy To have your Carpets and Rugs cleaned by^ The iola Rag Factory FOR SMJB —Good niars with foal. Call At 210 West streeu FOR SALE OR TRADE OR RE 3^— FurnishlnRs in the Ilaitlmnre House, with lease. Inquire 2(W South Duck- j FOR SALE—No. 1 good heating stove; gas or coal; a perfect stove. 209 South Buckeye. FOR SALE :—J1800 stock of grtMjer- ies and store fixtures. 402'South Kentucky street. FOR SALE—A drlvfng mare and buggy. Horse city broke, safe for lady to drive. Inquire 832 ;Norlh street. FOR RE/fl' tMli^mU»»90um FOR RENT—HouEje and bam. South Kentucky. Phone 998 2—2. FOR RENT—Eight room bouse on car line. Wheeler Hdghts. Jfodern. Newly papered and varnished. Inquire of W. A. Wheejer at The loja ^^^^ortland Cement company. FOR RENT—Five room house and barn, three blocks frojn square. J .O.OO. Whitaker & Donnell. ; ~FOK RENT—Four room house; 301 S^'ith Ohio Street. - ror KJicHanKe—Eigjity acres of botom land, well improved, adjolnins the town of Cloverd^Ie, Chautauqua county. Kansas, for Idla property, h. Hobart. ; Kexolatioos. By request of the lolu Council. .\o I 7.1, of the Knights and Ladles of Se- jcurlty. we, the Committee on Resolu- I tions: ! Bescolve. That by the doath of SIs- ,ter Sarah .\dellne Sertey ibis Council I has lost a worthy member, the hus- lltaud a loving wife and the children a [faithful mother. And Be It Resolved. That in this great trial we refer them to the I Father of .Ml^who doelh all things (well and will comSort their hearts, j Vet again we hope to meet thee, Whe.n the day of life is fled; Then in heaven with joy to greet thee. Where no farewell tear Is shed. I Tlierefore. Be it Further Resolved. JThat we extend to them our sincere i symi)athy and that a copy of these resolutions be jjlaced on the minutjes cf the lola Council No. 73 and a copy given lo our dally papers for publl cation. .;. •» H. KLAU.M.\NN. .MRS. LUTE UUTTON. MRS..Y. A. SAGNER. Committee. L.\BIE.S' .\ID OK M. E. CHIKCH CLIAKED ifta .\T B.VZ.VAR. -Mr. and .>Irs. Knrlgbt of Hansaw THj Will (onie for M. W. .V. .Issoclatfon. Presbfterian Church. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Beautiful songs and a iM-arty welcome. Sunday school at 10 a. m. The attendance last Sabbath was the largest in the present pastorate of nearly three years. • #. Junior meeting at 3 p. m. The time jii-it now is l >eiDg given chiefly lo the practice for Christmas eve. Yonug Peopie's meeting at 6:30 p. m. You are Invited to attend. JOHN H. BRIGHT, Pastor. ! _ Card of Thanks. w'e desire to thank the friends and Royal .Veif-'hbors 3C ."i. W. B, C. and G. I A. R. for many beautiful flowers and .kindness during the long Illness and , after the death of our husband and fal.ier. -MRS. J. W .CARROLL, MR. AND .MRS. J. F. CARROLL. -MRS. JOHN ROTH. as Is a "Special" invitalion for yon and yonr fiie .tl-. to visit our store jwhetber you contemplate a p ir <:liasc i r not. We wantjevery one to see our good:; and learn of the big values we are constantly offering. No. 7 Flour, per sack .. Cooking .\pp)es, p^r i)k. ...40c Cabbage, per lb. \ ....2c Sweet Potatoes, per pk. ...3ic P. C. Corn, Z cauij ...S-C Tomatoes, 2 caus : ...9 &C Table Peaches, peif can aoe,- 85c, and S6c Gallon Peaches, iier can ...SOc Whole "Wheat Flour, sack .4Sc f- Pastry Flour, |)er pkg. .. .:!0c Price's Food. 2 pkgs ..I .K! ."allon App:es. yter can .. .40c Gallon Pumpkin, per can .!»5c Bulk Olives, per pint ... Bottle Olives, bottle from lOr to flOr Cleared i)83. The members of the Ladies' Aid of the .Methodist Kjjiscopal church an-' nounced yesterday that they cleared 183 by the bazaar and supper which they gave last Thursday, This sum will go to help imy the church bond. The ladles promised to pay one thous- md dollars of the bond. This they ixpeci to have paid by next July. Wants to .Mu-t Debating Cinbx. The La llarpc high school has or- •jaulzed what will be known as the Ui Harpe Debating club and have issued challenges to the high schools in liie surrounding cities. .\. J. Baker superintendent of the La Harpe schools, yesterday wrote letters to tne Gas City and lola high schools asking tor a contest some time In the near future. He also "wrote Humboldt but .hat school was not prepared for any such contests. \Vhlle La Harpe realizes that their school is small compared with many high schools in this part of the state they are In position to make a creditable showing and beiteve such contests would be beneficial to both the contestants and the pupils supporting them. In the letter. Prof. Baker suggests that the contests be confined to a debate, essay, oration and declamation. He also suggests that the declamation contestants be from the grades. In this way the entire school would be represented. Mr. and Mrs. Enright Will Come. Mr. and .Mrs. Enright, of Kansas. City will be here on the evening of December I7th and will make talks at the public Installation of the new officers of the .Modern Woodmen of America. .Mr. Enright is Interested In the lodge work and Is in the habit of .iiakinK speeches similar to the one he will glv.' here. The pul>ll; insial- lutlon promises to be one of the big .it'raclltins of the lodge this year. Knstom Star Elected Oftifcrs. The local order of Ka.slcrn Star elected ollUeis for lb»- ensiiinji year iit .heir roKular meeting last evening. After the business was transacted the lodKe nienibiMs spent a social evening refreshment H being served. Mcthndist Epliwopal Clinrch. Sunday school at »:45. Preaching ai U a. m. Class meeting at 12 m. Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth t.e-.iKue at G:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30.p. m. .Votes: The attendance at all our services has been exceptionally good since our meetings. The following unique notice which was placed on the door of a certain church in London Is suggestive: >« 4 M^lng-^L«8t "ShHdh.r, some families from church. Stolen—Several hours from the I.ord's day by a number of people of difterent ages dressed In their Sunday cicthes. .Mislaid—.A quantity of silver and copper coins on the coimter of a public hmtse, the owner being in a state of great excitement at the time. Wanted—Several young people when last seen were w.ilking In pairs H|i Sabbath Breakers' Lane, which leads to the city of No Good. Lost—.A lad. carefully reared, not long from home ,and for a time very promising. Supposed .to hdve gone with one or two older companions to Prodigal Town. Husk Lane. Strayed—Half a score of Iambs believed to have gone In the direction of .No Sunday School, Any person assisting in the recovery of the almve shall in no wise lose his reward. Elsewhere in these columns will be f'und a list of the newly elected Sunday school and Epworth League offic- rrs, who assume their new duties the first of the new year. Let us rally to their help and assist to our utmost the building up of the kingdom. IRA M. BENHAM, Pastor. Tersonalti. Mrs. G. W. Robins went to Colony, Kansas, yesterday where she will visit friends. W. G. Haigler returned yesterday from Western Kansas, where he has been on a business visit. B. E. McVe.v, of Bronson, Kas., was here yesterday on a business visit. J. Booth, of Bronson. Kansas, was here yesterday visiting his daughter. Chas. Kendall returned to Leavenworth. Kansas, yesterday. He been for the past sereral daya vlaltlog relaUves. .Mrs.' I. N. Dow who has been quite It! for the past three weeks Is able to be up again. ^ Lemon, Chocolate, Custard. These are the three varieties of "OUR-PIE" preparation which are creating so much favorable comment everywhere. Each package Is put up according to the strictest Pure Food Laws. It does not require an experienced cook to make good pies from "OUR-PIE." Just the proper proportions of all ingredients are In the package ready for your immediate use At grocers, 10 cents. \ .4MELIA BnreHAM to !At the Gniad Opera House, : THIKSPAr, DEfEMBER 19. F.I.HSES M .4T BE BESTOBED. B. P. Waggenrr's En^iustk Statement Bears That Constnetlra. Toi)eka. "Kas., Dec. 12.—B, P.' Wa«» gener. atotmey for !he Missouri Pacific railroad, seeihs to be of the opinion that the new anti-pass law which becomes effective on January 1 In Kansas Is unconstitutional. ' lam not so sure." he said yesterday, 'that people won't ride on passes j next'year. I think the law is uncon- stUutlooal. It provides that no free )asses shall be issued except to cer­ tain'favored classes. If this is not class legislation, 1 read the authorities wrongly." LAFOLLETTE IS GETTING BUSY. Friends Today Began Work For Nebraska Delegation. L'hcoln. Nffjr.. Dec. 13.—Friends of Senator LaFollette today l>egan a fight for the Nebraska delegation at the next Republicaa conveution. .In a telephone message from the senator's- advisors at Madison, to Clerk F. A. Harrison, of the Federal Court, it was announced that the representa- lives of LaFollette will come to Nebraska in a few days to assift in tiimlDg the delegation from Secretary Taft who secured an endorsement at the last state convention. HANGED COLORED MURDERER. Ricjiard E. Wtlson Strangled Woman. - —Intended to Rob Rooms. Chicalo, Dec. 13—Richard B. Wilton,; a negro, was hansed here today for the niurder of Mrs. Liouise White Grant, on the night of September 18 last- Mrs. Grant was a kindergarten fnsfructor of the highest persoaal^^ character. Intending to move from one: department to another she had employed Wilton to assist in pi^cldnc some of her fumitnre. That night Walton, with the intention to steallns hr^r' valuables, strangled Mrs. Graat while she lay In bed. .Methudixt ProtcMtunt Cbnrch. Sunday school al 10 a. m. We have classes fur all grades of schoIur .M. Come and see. Preaching at 11. Text I .Tohn 3:1-1. Subject. "True Evidence of tbe Christian Life." Junior C. K. al 2:30. Topic, "God's Kingdom." Zecli. <(:7—s'. l,#ader. Laura Burket. C. E. at t>;3f>. Topic. "Confident Testimony for Christ." Leader, F. M. Daugherty. Preaching at 7:30* Subject: "A Lost Christ."' This will be a sermon from narration, it will be ititeresting to.all. Good music at all these services. "The Ninety and Nine" will be sung at the evening service. We have Installed a new organ which adds much to the music. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:15. The prayer meetings are be-. ing well attended and spiritually in-, teresttng. Conie aud bring some un- • saved friend into an atmosphere of prayer^and they wlil be helped. Wei can dl8 |>engc with any other ser>'icr> of the church with leys injury to the spiritual life of the church than with OF PERSONAL KNOWLEDGI Personal tnowiedge is the, winning factor in the culminatisg contests of this competiUve age and vrhen of ample chanxder it places its 'fortunate possessor in the front ranks cf The WoU Informed of the World. A vast fimd of personal knowledge 'u really essential to the achievement of the highest excellence in any field of human effort. A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Ftmctions and Knowl. edge of Products arc of the utmost vahic and m questions of fife and health when a true and wholesome remedy is desrcd it should be remembered thi^ Syiup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, inantifscturcd by the CaMomia Fig Syrup Co., is an ethical prddtict which has met with ihe approval of the most eminent physidans and gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of ^ , Known Quality, Knowii Excellence and Known Cimponent Parts and has won the valuable patronage of miflioRs of the Weil Informed of the world, who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is die first and best of family laxatives, for which no extravagant or unreasonabk claims are made. Tliis valuable remedy has been long and favorablyi known under the name of—Synqj of »FJg»—and has attainted to worldwide acceptoiKe as the most cxceUsnt family laxative. As its pure laxative principles, obtained fro.'n Srciu. arc v/cU known to physicsois and the Well Infonncd cf the wodd to be the best we hava adopted ihe norc ciabcra'.o name of—S>'rup of Figi and Elixir cf Scr.r .a- - sr^ cr.crc fd '.y descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be caOed for by the shorter name of—Syrup cf f^ —and to gel its beneficial effects, s}.\vzjZ note, when putchasosg the full name cf the. Co .Tjpar .y — California Fig Syrup Co.—printed on the front of every package, Mhe:hcryou call fcx— Syrapci Figs by the fuB name—Syrup of Figs and Elizir of Senna. cr U)UISVILLE,KY. SAN FRANCISCO. GALi. LONoiri!cMGLANp. \ NEW YORK.NMJ

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