Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 8, 1908 · Page 5
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THl rtLA PAILT MWUttU, TPMDAr KTKmrC. BfcCTMBBE 8. 1W& WATCH US GROW DEPOSITS Jnnel5, 1908 $ 5,730 31 July 1, 1908 13,662 29 August 1, 1908 17,178 57 September 1, 1908 22,971 48 October 1,1908 24,068 89 November 1,1908 38,546 96 December 1, 1908 44,704 90 Opened for business June 16, 1908 / Simto Savings Bank Open {mm 7 to 8 p. m. Saturdays and Pay Nights Cbristmaft Postcards POST CABDS SHIPPDiG TABS SAME CABDS '* STICKEBS r SEALS _ CALENDAR PADS ' A Mce Selection at »PENCER'» Ime Blukets, Lip Kobes, ud Fott Warners The largest and best stock in Allen CouQty. We belong to the Business Meti's Mileage Bureau. Short Stories I<rii HqipeoBigs —Frank B. Beattie. V. S., Phone 139. Quail Season Cloting. But six more days remain In which quail can be legally shot, the season expiring on December 15th. Many nlm- rods heard the call ot the wild at the beginning of the season and took out licenses. —Look at the Oar Way window. Has Historic Stone. The Rt. Rev. Frank R. Millspaugh. bishop of the diocdse of Kansas, and who is well known here, baa in his possession a stone from Hescbam abbey. England, and proposes to hare it built into the new Episcopal cathed ral to be built in Topeka. He also has number of pieces of art glass, taken from the window In the Atterbnry Transept of Westminster Abbey. In rebuilding the transept, some of the glass of one of the bishop's recent visit to England this glass was given'to him. There is enough of it to build a small window and Bishop ^AUspangb will have a window made and placed in the new Topeka cathedral wben It Is built. Ker. Hamilton to Stay. Rev. A. P. Hamilton, the evangelist who tias been conducting meeting at the M. E. church, has decided to remain another week. He bad Intended to leave yesterday but later changed his mind. The meetings will be discontinued at the end of this week until' after the Christmas holidays. —Fltsrenld 8toraf« and Traatfer Co. IIoasekoM and plaa* aiaTlaffi larfMt store rooa la cKf. Fb»B« tML General Contnrtor. Flagstone and Cement Sidewalks and : Curbing a Specialty. Oflke 11« East Jackson Ave. Phone S2t. SOME REAL BARGAINS IN REAL FINE GOODS We most have the room for oar book and stationery busi- cess so the balance of our Hand Painted China, Glassware, Statuary, Pictures, Dressing Cases, Toilet Boxes, Every piece of these goods, laiut go at some price. Watch our Windows EiransBros BOOKSELLPRS (Hd Caner Store, 8Mdfe . Ma, Charity Board to Meet. The Associated Board of Charities will have a meeting in Little Builders- chapel at ten o'clock Wednesday morning to consider some important business. A full attendance is deslr- ^a* tflriLm —Dr. 4. K. Pepper, DenUst, Phone 163 Master Stewart to K. C. Master Stewart Clapp, the lola boy skater. Is to give a four days' performance lu Kansas City, beginning the i:sth of this month. .Master Stewart is making a hit everywhere he goes. —Mundls has the Candy. Ritter is Pleased. A. H. Ritter, the loia contractor, who is buildins the high school build- ng at Cherokee, Okla., says that work is progressing rapidly. He has several lola men under bis employ there. —Order voiir Xnias Ewing & Kurdick. tree now of Joins "Cow Puncher." John Brackenrldge left Sunday to join the "Cow Puncher" show as a cow l)»y. Until the past year Mr. Brackenridce has been with a Dumber of wild west shows. While here be was employed as a horse-sboer at the Jennings shop. —Order your Xmas Ewing & Burdlck. tree now of Nathan Jackson Here. Nathan Jackson, the old colored man who has a damage suit against the marshal of Humboldt, was In town yesterday to consult his attorneys. A year or two ago Jackson, with some other colored men. was arrested and placed in the calaboose at Humboldt A fight followed among the prisoners and Jackson was considerably bruised up. He then brought suit for damages. He was walking with a cane yesterday, having injured his leg recently. —laslst n taThff U. near. Takah to Hor Hemt.- Mrs. 8. D. Demoret ot 616 South 8«cond street, who was operated npoa i at St. John 's hospital aboat ten days ago, has been taken to her home. —Drs. latfereii. Osteopaths. Fkene 468 Continued Barnes Case. The case of the SUte vs. J. Barnes, charged with an assault upon the person of Police Judge Collins, which was set for trial hi Justice Hough's court yesterday, has been continued. —Our Way window—Look at It A New Barber Shop. Clarence Weaver, employed in the Y. M. C. A. barber shop and Levi Harrington,, employed in the Maffitt shop on "South Jefferson, have formed partnership and will open fi new shop in the room at 111 West Madison. The shop will be'open for business the first of next week. Both members of the firm are well known in this city and have a wide circle of friends who wish them success In their new enterprise. —Our Way Window- Real Estate Transfers. Julius Selvers and Katie Slevers to the Monarch Portland, north H of S. W. ^. 36-2i>-18. Consideration. $2500 First National Bank, of Chanute to W. H. Roberts of Savonburg. lots 1 and 2 and 3. In block 3, Savonburg. Consideration |1300. J. E. EUlott et al to S. J. Elliott east yk of S. W. ^, of S. W. H of S W. U. 21-261120. Consideration $2000 Mlattle E. Cavanaugb and wife to Ctaas. K. Morgan, a part of 31-26-21 Consideration $1326. ' folck W<almquist et al. to Chaa. N. Ifiorgan. lots 1, 3, 1, 2S-26-20. Consideration $6500. —Look at the Our Way window. —See the Our Way window. Pharmacy School Grows. The school of pharmacy of the University of Kansas has grown to such proportions that it is only a question of time until a new building must be erected by the state. The demand for graduates of this school of the uni versity has become greater than the supply. The result has been to increase the attendance of students from all sections of the state. —Canningbam k Amett, 6 per cent money. Attack Barnes Law. it is said that a oumt>er of farmers In the vicinity of Humt>oldt are planning to open anew the fight on the Barnes law on the ground that It, Is unconstltutlohal. —Dr. P. E. Waagfa, Dentist, Phone 3S lola Fans Out lola had been planning on having Rev. Billy Sunday, the base ball ev-an gellst. hold a. series of meetings there, but the ex-star of the diamond has just sent word that he will be unable to come. Thus docs lola "fan out again.—Coffej-ville Chronicle. —Cet your Candy at Mundls. Body at mtawa. The remains ot Edward Broderson were brought from Chanute yesterday morning and taken to L>'ndon for burial, accompanied by J. Broderson. the brother, of Ottawa, and A. Broderson. another J^rother of Lyndon. Louis and Tony Broderson, of Ottawa, nephews of the deceased, also attended the funeral. Mr. Broderson's death was announced Saturday. He was strick en with heart disease while tmwiing Ith a team from lola at Chanute and died almost instantly.-^ttawa Herald. Rooms for men. T. M. C. A. bollding. Steam beat in each room. Hatha free.- Get a Picture Show. E. G. Reive, who is going into the moving picture show business with Mr. Reynolds of thU city at Yates Center, was over yesterday on business. He has been running a hotel at Yates Center but thinks a picture show will be a better proposition. —Watch the Our Way window. Settle I'pott the Site. The question of where the federal building will lie located has been final ly and definitely settled. The matter was taken up at Washington last week and decided definitely on the lot where now stands the Congregational church. The papers for the church lot and the Bolard land have been closed. To acquire the necessary additional ten feet has been determined to condemn that much of the Reese lot on the east. Such proceedings will be started in the near future. This definitely settles the matter and the talk about a change of the location was without foundation. The Reporter stated at the time tliat there was no question as to where the building would be located.—Independence Star. —Six i>er cent money: no commission: no delay.—Smith & Travis. Layfaig Brick Now. Contractor Gllflllan. expert brick layer, sUrted to lay brick on the east side of the square this morning and with favorable weather this sMe of the square will soon tie completed.—Nevada Mail. —The Our Wajr window. —Order your Xmaa tree now ofj Ewing A Burdlck. Mrs. Bamea Recovering. Mrs. Barnes, of 321 South Bute street, who has been in St ioha'a hoa- pital for soBM tine safferioc traB an attack of typhoid fever, araa laflcini^ If reooTcred to be taken to her Judge Learnard Here. Judge Learnard being at lola, police court was held this morning by Justice Hull. Four men, charged with being intoxicated, were given the lunal fine and trimmings. • • • Dr. Cox spent Sunday at lola, returning this morning.—Bartlesville Enterprise. —Watch the Oar Way wiadov. Net far PtAxwoitit. GOT . Btabba has waphattAlly daak; d that.^ha want to VMMntjtm iiu eXTRMOROIKMnrBSUi OF BOYS' OVERCOATS Just received fifty Boys* Overcoats, via express, that we bought at a reduced price. They are made of a gray wool chejv- iot, with velvet collar, cuffs on J sleeves, extra long. They We will . sell them at Sizes to ml Boys from 8 to 15 yr$. This sale is for 2 Days Only Wednesday and Thursday The Perfect FHtivs Nunsing Union Suits Men's Suits $1.50 TO $3.00 BoVs' Suits 50c, 75c, $1.00 Men's Cops Io dozen Men's Cap*, regular fi.co grade, all sues, to close out at 50c Oat Rid of Worry About that Christmas present by buying now before the articles are all picked over and the choicest gone. It's hard to pick after other people have seen the goods. DO IT NOW. Leifter, ihe Jmweier NEWS OF GAS CITY FIKEMEX ARE PLAXMSG FOBNIW TEAR'S BALL. TO HOLD A MEETING TONIGHT He says he did not know a single Kansas man who was a candidate for a cabinet position and had no intention of trying to butt In. Gov. Stubbs went east to attend the conservation congress and he will be In Washington some days.—Lawrence Journal. —The Our Way window; On a Vacation. G. Roberts, a Katy conductor on the .Moran and lola local, has talcen a lay off and Is enjoying a short vacation.— Parsons Sun. "SCRUBS" IN A FOOT BAIL GAJK .SATIRDAY AFTERXOOJi. ( horal Club Orchestra Concert Aronus .>Jnch Interest—>ew8 Xotet and Pergonals. The rink floor has been measured and it Is found that 19 laps made a mile. This distance is measured at about three feet from the sides and ends and ten feet from the (iomera. .Moore '•Scrubs" and tbe "Boostata." and Fouch raced for the worlds rec- poot ball teams Icnown as the ord at Philadelphia last spring and -scrubs" of Oas City and the "Boost- the former was twenty feet ahead at J erg- ot lola will meet on the Electric the end of the mile. Foucb won the: ,,ark gridiron next Saturday after- two mile record at the same rink, but|QQon. Moore was not a contestant. The racer will go alone tonight, and the rink floor will be cleared at 10:15 for bim Go to Kauiias City. Harry Howell and Lee Gillei)water to sUrt. Before the race. Master Stu-: pxpect to leave today for Kaosaa City "Th^ ...HI -'where they will seek emplojnaent art. "The Boy Wonder," will do i trick turn.—Bartlesville Enterprise. —Always time to eat at the Our Way. Expect a f45 Base. if the price of zinc ore does not go to at least $45 base this week there III be disappointment In the ranks of tne producers. Even the buyers an- —Our Way window—Look at IL will seek These men were recently exhostrated of the charge of shooting Special Agent C. W. Webb of the Frisco railway. Ira Smith Here. ira Smith, a former patrolman of | this city but now employed by the I .VoTcd to La Harpe. .«.- ..... ..... -f, Estes and family have moved .Missouri Pacific as special detpcthre ''^ '-^ "^^pe where they will reside in ticlpate a' stronger market several of; is In the city today enroute to Hons- future, last week's efforts on the part of por.l,on. Mo., for a visit with his mofhnr. chasers having proven fruitless, as it Mr. Smith's headquarters are at Cof-i was impossible for certain buyers to fe>-vllle. sot enough ore to meet their demands. •—Sign palntlnf. Fred Rowden. j Two smeltery representatives who have been steady purchasers did not;'pbona 1428. buy last week and for this reason' they will probably make early efforts this week to secure sufficient ore to meet their needs. As H4 base was quite generally paid during the closing days of last weel:. It does not seem probable that this week's bidding will start at a lower figure.—^Jop- Iln Herald. Charged With Peace »i.-.torbanee. i"orscalo disease. Ezra Rimmel was yesterday placed | «H "or ™Vr^1^^ Write f '^"YLTu t„'^JJ'i:'f P'e. E- W. Ro^edicineCo..St ITCHING SKIN DISEASES Are readily cured by ZEMO, a dMn liquid for external use. ZENO draws the germsand their toxins to thalRirftoa and destroys them, leaving a ^ean, healthyskin. ZEMOgivesinstantr^ef and permanently cures every fono of Named After lola. .\ good many girl babies at loia are named after tlie town.—Emporia Gazette. Fouc>> and Master Stewart. Jack Fouch is going after the world's skating record, now held byj under charged with disturbing the peace and quiet of J. .M. Jones. He-gave bond In the sum of $2."> for his appearance! In Justice Hough's coirrt December lOth and was released. Visit in Wichita. Max McCooI went to Wichita this morning for a short visit with relatives and friends. Clifford at Home. Attorney B. E. Clifford returned home. this morning from a business Allte Moore, at the Coliseum tonight, visit to Baxter Springs. atVSS. For sale at Burrell's Drug Store For the Fh-emen's BalL The members of the Gas City fire department will meet tonight to discuss arrangements for tbe masquerade ball which they expect to hold on New Year's eve. Patriotism fit Tbe ttoaaeh is a lar^r factor in " liie, liberty and the pur- •tut of bappiMM" tbaa wost people are aware. Patriotism eaa wittbtaiul bander bat oot dyspepsia. The eonimied dyspeptic " is ft for twei—, •tretafeoM eml tpoils." The mma who foes to the Imt for his eouatry with a week itomacb wiU be a weak soldier aa4 a iuilt fwler. A SOWMI stoowch nakse for tpoi dtixaoslup as well a* for health aad heppincM. Diseases of the steasaeh ead other orfias of di<estioa and •atritiaB are promptlr tad pefsaeetly enrsd by the tne el Dr. piBiteeB aoufBM MBDimni. oikeovBKT. It »mU0m mp tkm wMM mmmmt HtmM mm4 The dealer who elm a lahstitMa for Ae " DiMsovenr" b «rfr MeUei to aeka the Uitle mmn profit rudiaed e> the sale af lew •siliuiiuw pwniWiaai. Dr. PWa ^(7a »»a |i Snea Ajtvger itmmt^ ,N..Y. Personals. Miss Anna BisseU is viiitlgg in Liongton, Kas. Roy Catlln and Thomas Smith, who formerly resided here, are vititi^ old friends. Rev. Kenzie, who has l>aea la Gas I City several weeks assiiting Rev. Campbell in a revival service, has returned to his home in Joplin, fSo. Miss Dixie Wade has retame4 from a brief visit with friends in Qolpny. Miss Ellen Foster is a gnest of friends in Ixmgton. Kas. FAIR MEETING IS ON J. JL Wheeto Elected Presldeat and Fraak Smith Secretary Tbe annual meeting of the Allen County Fair Association is on this afternoon in tbe farmers' room at the court boose. Tbe reports of tht IMS fair are being made and offioarf for the eoming year are being alf9(a4. Tbe foliowing are Uie officar* alapt- ed at three o'clock: Presfatent J. A. Waaler: vie* prafi- daat Lear HorvUle: aaetmrf, fiSk °—• Tom Aodar—

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