Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 16, 1907 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, December 16, 1907
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.1. L. ITntlcfK >rfiiie >t Buy your Husband's, Sweetheart's and Boy's Christmas 0*fts at this fetore; The most comi>lete line of Men's and Boy's wearing apparel can be seen here, o^ly a short time to do your shopping. This store will (}e open from now until Christmas until 9 p. m. Come this evening. Popular Price Glotluers • .• / K Outfitters for Men and Boys Ci6$^ of Society 'Wireless Messages. ITaUc about wJre'css messages; TOsy siini>ly are not jn it VHtb those that lovers.!far and near Arci sendlDS evury minuto. A messafic novor fails to roach The heart for which "tis nioant— "I love you," breathed Into the air Finds haven where 'tis sent. Two hearts that beat as one know well : The code and its vibrations, Noir mJles of space can Interfere, Wten Cupid sets up "stations!" - —New York Times. + * * Entertain 500 Club. Dr. and Mrs. H. V. Dresbach will on tertain the 500 club this evening. + + + : 'i. Cantata Tomorrow Night. Members of Uttle Buildors Chapol Wilt participate in a cantata tompr- row evening. • • • For IMiss Tutt Saturday afternoon in the French room at the Baltimore hotel. Mrs. Goo. P. Hamel gave a luncheon In honor of MlsB Irene Tutt, whose marriage to Mr. Frank E. Wbod, of lola, Kas., will take t>)ace Monday. The table was "heantlfDlIy decorated with pink carnations. The place cards were embell- h4ied with the same flower and engraved In gold. Mrs. Hamel's guests i'were Mrs. P. K. Tutt, Mrs. S. B..Robertson. Mrs. J. Y. Simpson. Mrs. A. "'"W. Mackle. Mrs. D. O. Smart, Mlsol Hiel^n O. Tutt M ,i8s Rlizaboth Vernon.: Miss Nell R. Tutt Miss Fleta Sprak- tr and Miss Bell Rouse.—K. C. Star. " • • * Mrs. McCarter Resigns. Mrs; W. A. McCarter. who for the past two years has BO ably and offle 1 ';lently edited Ihe Club Member, (a ^Topeka public^ion.) haa recently riS tired from tbo staff. Mrs. McCarl «M ' withdraws owlns to the press of othef [ work and Mrs. Leo Monroe, one of the most prominent of the local club wo. men and president of the Kansas Kq- ual- SotfracB aociety. will be editor- in-chief. Associated with her will bo Mrs. .1. n. McFarland, Mrs. E. E. Roudebush and Miss Helen iCachcr of Uolphos, all officers in the State Kq- iial Suffrage organization. The firet of the year Mrs. McCarter will op'.Mi a Kansas History departmrnt in the niaRazine and will in other ways bo indirectly connected with the CIuD 4Memi )er. There will be no other changes. It is tlic plan of the new- staff to have the magazine* cover all fields of wonven's organlza'tions and Bargain9? Whored af Sewali's Jewelry $tore first door morit^ of Postoffleo : In What? GMit Glamm, Hmnd Pmlaiid ChMm, Jmwmtry «/# Klmdm, Giookm, ; Wmiohem] tl£MO}fALSML€ an effort ^111 be made to have It iiamed as the official organ of the fraternal (Drders of wbmen, also the of flclal oi"gan of some of the state fed. eratlohs in tho West.—Topeka Capital. • * + Music Club Announcement. Memhors of the ladies' Mireic club win meet at half past two o'clock .It ilio rrsidi-nce of Mrs. W. T. ^\'ht- son to rehearse choruses to be sung during the program. The club will adjourn to the home of Mrs. Malcolm Hughes at three o'clock to greet tho guests who will be assembled. The program for the occasion Is: 1—Piano So'o Mrs. P. E. AVaugh. 2—Trio, Christmas Bells Cantor Mesdames Lcmastcrs, Cole, LaG range, t—Solo. O, Thou That Tellest Good Tidings Mrs. I^Grange •S—Duett Noelj Gounod .MoKdanies WYitson. E^'ans. r.—Solo, The Angols Song Loud '.Mrs. C. M. Cole. G—Sextette—'Holy Christmas Night Ijosson. Violin Obllgato, Mrs. C. L. B\-ans. Mesdames Lcmasters, Wat son. Hughes, Cob, Newton, l>aGrange. " Solo—ChriRtmaa. Mrm W. T. Watson. Chorus—-"There Were Shepherds." T.>-nos. Accompanists, Mrs. P: E. Waugh. Mrs. Malcolm Hughes. • * • Hold Anniversary Meeting. The Current Event Club Is having a special meetinp this afternoon at the rosidonce of Mrs. R. B. Stevenson to celebrate the anniversary of the club's organization. • • ** Returned Home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Leonard, of Dcs Moines, Iowa, have returned homo af tor a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. nnxscc. 112 East Monroe street. • • • Held Soetslal Session. Afembors of the Board of Patroness f*K of the Orphans* Home he'd a spec ^ ial meeting in the rest room of the ; court house rest room. The ladles nro preparing for Christmas. • • + Glynn-Caiebler Wedding On WedneK<lay. Januar}- 1st, at ; the homo of the bride's grandfiither. , T. \V. Glynn, in Mcl-ouih. Ks,. will oc jcur the nmrrlago of Miss Savnnia I Glynn and Mr. Rdwnrd Casolilor. TIi<- Rev. Elijah .Tones, pastor of the Bap- tist church, will officiate and only a small group of friends will be Invited to witness tho ceremony. Hiss Mary WJIllianre, a Washburn student w:il be maid of honor and Miss Ber- liia Ayres, of Kansas City. Mb., Miss Pelicia Jones, Miss Ella Jones, Miss Alberta Stout Nflss Lucile Stfeper and Miss Eva Jones will be bridesmaids. The bridal toilette will be wiiite moussslinc over white silk and the shower hoquot of white roses. Miss Glynn, who is a very charming Klrl. spent several years with her inicl.^. Dr. G. C. Glynn here and was a great favorite with> members of the circle in which she moved. The con- t in will live at McLouth where Mr Cascbicr Is engaged in practicing law. + + •* Entertain T. C. Ctub. Mrs. Philip Heigle will be hosteS!= of the T. C. Club tomorrow evening. *** I'lS.:...," W. R. C. Meeting. The Woman's Relief Corp will have a session at half past two o'clock on Kri<Iay afternoon to arrange for the installation of officers lately elected for the year of 1908. Aid Society Meeting. Tho Aid society of the Unite..' lircthom church will meet on Tliurs day afternoon to complete several articles of needlework. • + • Concert on Thursday. Tho Eastham quartett will give -a concert on Th»rsda.v evening in tho U. B. church. The entertainment wa*- adverfit;ed for last Thursday but was losli)onod because of the weathor. • • • To Visit Here. Mrs. Ed. Hugill. of Columhus. Xo I.rasl-Ta. is oxpoclod to arrive today for •J visit with hor siste. Mrs. A. Marr. Miss Barbara Nlcodomus, a niece, will also come. + * * Y. P. C. U. Meeting. Tho Y. P. C. v.. an auxiliary of th'- United Brolhcm church, held their We have everything in the Jrwelry Line—dainty Ihingis— inexiwnsive articles—and gifts to suit any pnrse. .If It's Rich Cut UlBss, Hand Painted China, Solid .Siher, Plated Thlnp< in SIlTer, Silver Soveltles, Man!- cnre Sets, Toilet Sets or a multitude of small articles we hare them in prices within the reachj of all. We arc offering spe-14?'- pricos as an induccmcut to Ijy- crs this week. MCNEIL BROTHERS. The Effect tlie^e Discounts have on Pianos $225 Piano is made $135 ^00 $360 Piano is made $245 .00 $275 Piano is made $173.75 $375 Piano is made $262.50 $300 Piano is made $210 .90 $460 Piano isjmade $360.00 Tbeseare only samples ofwhattfiie Great Reduction Sale is doing LXMJC for the A. W: BECK, Proprietor MKLTnr FBOHK, Ant CaAkr. 1,200,000 Keekly devotioDal and atii^r luwL iMt evening. It Is cnatomary to nieet on Tuesday bnt tho chondi will be used , for rehearsals <^ the Christmas cao -U tata this year so the time was chans> od. • • • • ^ Committee Meeting. A committee from the Woman's Relief Corp will meet with Mrs. Philip Helg'e tomorrow afternoon to arrange for a New E:ngland lunch which iS' to be served to the public some 17 time before Chrlatmaa. • • + EcM.ose Club Dance. Invllatinns are out for a dance to occur on Thursday evening in Masonic hall. Members of the New -Eclipse club will be boBta. * * * Presbyterian Missionary Meeting. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will be assembled in the church oar !<ir8 on Thursday afternoon for tlie program fnd discusaion of business topic?. • • • Sorcsis Program Thursday. On Thurwlay afternoon the Soro!>Is c'Mb will be entertained at the home !if Mrs. A. V. Lodge. The program Is ;o bo rendered in the following or.ler: full Gall—Facts of Interest about Our Floneen. Alaska—Mrs. Alice Kemp. The SnnU Fe Trail—Mrs. H. H Kank Over the TcaCups—'How to Bone a * * • Evening Club 6ession. 'i'ho Progressive club will have tho usual semimonthly program on Wed- lesday evening. The program will be based upon habits and customs of the lifferent nations. • * * To Attend Card Party. Mrs. A. H. Brown, Mrs. A. H. Camp- •icll and Miss Helen Campbell were juests of Mre. Edward Stanfleld of Chanute on Saturday afternoon to enjoy a party which Mrs. Stanfleld gave or her Wlhlst club. Mrs. Harry "rYangys. Mrs. Miller. Miss Lena Mill- ->r and Miss Helen Campbell assisted m entertaining the large number of ladies in attendance. The guest list includes the namea of several women who formerly lived here, among them \(rs. L .OU CofBcld Henderson and Mrs. Frank Saar. • * • To Attend Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wood loft to- lay for Kansas City to be guests at ho Tutt-Wtood wedding. Mrs. Al>ner Wood, mother of the groom, went to Kansas City yesterday and after,a few lays visit will go to California to .spend the winter. • • Entertain Aid Society. Mrs. G. W Apple. 209 South Wal- lut street will be hostess of the l.^d><?8' Aid society of the Baptist church )n Thursday afternoon. * * + Have Indoor Picnic. Memberff of the Royal club will l>avc an Indoor picnic in the lodge room on Friday. • • * Y Society Social. Tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crangle will be thrown open on Thursday evening during a social which will be given under the aus picps of the Y society. It is expected that a large number of guests will b present • • • 6he<rfui Circle Party. Mrs. C. E. Wondorff will give a party on Wlfdnesday afternoon for tl»e rhecrful Circle. * • • Informal Party. Miss Alice MrCnIl will entertain 'nforninlly on Friday for tho Beau Knot girls. • • • Mra. Wasner** Party. l^Adlos of the Violet c'ub worn nuosts of Mrs. F. A. Wacnor on Sat i -rdny afternoon to enjoy a pretty and Informal party. A Ave o'clock lunch "on and other happy diversions were features of the occasion. * • * Euchre Party. Mi.<ss Maymc Anderson was tho charming hostess of a group of girls on Saturday afternoon during a ouchra party. The game was played nrogresslvoly. the priae, a handsome boquet of cut flowers golng^ to Miss Hazel Dlngman. At luncheon time Miss Anderson served: Misses Ruby Hel'er. Bertha Swigart, Barbara Fry, Hazel Dlngman. Nettie Brigham. Jennie Newman. Elizabeth Apt. Eve'yn Howland. Helen Ande^ son. Mrs. .Tohn Moore. Mrs. Bruce Os- iKime and Mrs. Joe Brandt. * * + Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Whiter Wheeler, of Neodosha, are hera for a visit with friends. Mrs. A. D. Terrill and son are home from a visit In St Louis. FOR CORPORATION REPORTS. Secretary Denton is Sending Blanka to Kansas Companlea. WILt; PLEASE Hirt There is nothing nicer for the gentleman friend than a Military Set. Used olteu and la.sts long, baadsome, ornamental and appropriate. We also have a nice line, of Hat Brushes, Clothes Brushes, etc. Many other articles buttable for Christmas. Prices no object, the goods must go. Come and make your selection now and let us lay away the goods. J. W. Coffey & Son, YOIB JEWELERS. EAST SIDE SQUARE ^ THAY ARE FRESH. A choice assortment of this popular brand at CRABB'S. When you buy Lowney's Choco- ^ lates here, our personal pledge of their freshness goes with jH - them. Get your next candy at Crabb's and see how well it pleases you. CRABB'S DRUG STORE, Qvner Washington and West Sts. W. H. AITOEBSOH,«w. Notary and Stenocrapher In Office: Phone 466. • H.A.Bwtng. S.A.Gard. O.R.aard • EWOfG, CiASD * CIABB. *, •i» Lawyen. ' • ' PracUee In aU • W. Hadlaon. DB. McMlLLSir, • * Special attention slven to the * * treatment ot all Chronic Dlsea*- * * ea and Dlieaaaa ot Children. * * Talephonea: Office it, Rea. S3S. • * Offiee in Mra. Tamer's Bids.. • West Madison. • • • • • • * Phons S87. Rsa. 70L .DR. 0. L. COX, * Sye, Ear, Nose and Throat * •pectacles Properly Pitted. • Office A. O. U. W. Bids. Office Phone 1083. Night Phone 406. DB. B. 0. CUKISTIIH. nytklui wi Snt—u. Rooms 7 and I. Krans Bids. • • • • • • • * Bm. TeL 198. Office TeL 163. DB. J. B. FEPPBB. * DertM. * Is peiraanently located over * E. C. IfcClal&'a Clothing Store. * and Is prepared to do all kinds * ot niHK^date depul work. * BrenlBS work by apptdntment • Phone 664. Tola, Kans. • . DB. EDITH 8. HAI6H. • * Office and Residence orer Bar- * • rsH's Dros Stors. • • Offiee Hoars>-10 to 11 a. m.. t * * to 4 p. m.. 7 to S evenlnss. • * Sundays by Appolntmeat - • F. B.KABl !nr. • • . s • FracUca Uniitsd to Iwiaiy. • • - ^e • KN. Bncksya. Phone 671 • • a • • • OB. W. B. HETLMCir. * • Pkyslelan A Sarseea. • • Office V. B. Corner of Square. • • Oirer K.C. Plumbing Co .'B Store. • • • Res. Tel 38. Office TeL 60a. • • P. L. Lathrop. • Mrs. Bessie Q. Lathrop. • OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICIAirS. • Special attention tfren to pis- * eases ot Women ibd Children. * Over East Side Hardware. • Office Thone. Main 468. • Topeka, Dec. 16.—C. E. Denton, seo- retary of state. Is now sending out blanks to all corporations anthorised under the Kansas laws to do business in the state, on which to makS their annual. reports. The law requires that these annual, corporativa reports show the financial conditions at the close of ' business December r,l. CorporatkMs whtch do not comply with the law In making these reports are not fntltled to maintain actions hi the Kansas courts. In aU about 3.600 blanks will be sent oi^ and it wO] keep Secretary Denton's office force'liasr for a month or morf In sending out reports and receirlnj and IHlnr them properly as they com* In after Jannary L Re»faurant Everything In Season. ^ SHORT OKDERS OF AU. KINDS BsfMcr Waat Ait, le • Wari. ttfaifiisifless College Paaaaaahipw JMthmatle. Elaeatki% Bookkeeping. EngUah, Physical Cnl^ tura, stc. Shorthand. LatUr Writlns. i TherSanta Fe will sell Homeseekers' tickets Nov. 19tlr.-Dec.'3d and 17th. 1907. to points in Texas. Oklahoma and ndian Territory. New Mexico and Arkansas at very low rates. Winter Tourist tickets on sale dally Nov. 15th. 1907, to April 30th, 1908. with ijnal return limit June 1st, 19Q8. to Beaumont El Paso, Ft. Worth, Gal- Teston* Textfs. Carlsbad and Demlng, N. M., at low rates. Please see us for further partlcn- lara,. W. E. RALSTON, Igt

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