Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 11, 1908 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, December 11, 1908
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Young, M0tliMurtia!y Come early and proHt by a saving of $3.00 to $5.00 on your Suit or (^crcoat. A reduction of $2:50 to $5.00 on every Top Coal and Rain Coat in the store. ' M few rimaiy Holldmy Suggmmtlanm McnN Collar RagmttOO to UM, Ticn'i Fancy Vesta 9I.S0 to CIM MPD'H FIDP SlUt IIiin4lM*iThiefii 60e to %IM .Yen's Fine irnibrvlia tiM to $3 Jfen's >prtwpar ...25r to %\M Men'* Suspenders...S.»c to $1.50 Men's SnHlerH 50c to «2.0O Men's Suit Cases.«5,00 to *I2.50 P- poi :r Price Clothiers Oatfitters fr Men & Boys SopMly Oommlp —Fltifenld, Anto^lireij. PbooA Club Dance. f The Marchineal club KBVO a very enjoyable danno Inst nlxht In MaHonIc tiall for tliclr f iri friends. Th<< niiiKJc was playeil by Shields urchoatrn. Thesp PouplPR wore proat-nt; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mundl.s, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. ShiPlds. Mr. and Mrs. V.. \\. Shields, Mr, and MVs. S. K. Bnrroll. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Balllct. Mr. and .Mrs. Mont Palmer.; Misses .Tosepliinf Riddle. Gertrude Holmes, Bertha Swl- feart, Ethel Horton. Mayme Anderson, Rose Wcllh, Genlvleve Taylor, Pearl Wlieatley, Messrs. Uoam Coffey. Ouy Pees, Lynn Coffey, otto Hou^i, John Ix)roca. Ixiiil.<; Schlanger, Jfenry Fleak. ElWe Gl'liatt. + - + A Novel Calendar. Miss Florence Pretz. the young Kan- saa Cityan who created "Bllliklns." the Irresistibly amusing eJBgy that Is making considerable share of the nation's lau^. has designed a "Kid'.s Calendar" for 1909, which is published by the Ruat Craft shop, Kansas City. Twelve cards, tied together with a ribbon bear each a picture in colors show ing a youngster occupied according to the season. The drawings' are done with skill and humor.—K. C. Star. + * * Mra. Prentis Spoke to Pupils. Mrs. Noble Prentis of Topeka. will address the pupils of the Kansas City. Kas., lil^ school this morning. * * * Elected OMcers. ' The Lady Maccabees held a meet-! Ing In their lodge rooms yesterday af-.' tenioon. These olflcers were elected: P. Com, Emily Hines: Com. Fanchon P. Core; Lt Com., Matilda Ful -j ton; R. K.,'Loie Strode; F. A.. Bertha Polkner: Chkplain. Ada Moore; Sergeant. HacyiB. Stafford: M. at Arras. Mary McGuire: Sentinel. T..aura,' ton; Pldket, Claracy Gates; Organist. I Bertha Folkner. I i Refreshments were served after thol work. I + + + i K. U. Play Last Niaht. j The K. V. students presented thflrj pjay, "Princess Ida" to a large audience In the I^wrence theatre last night. The play was an opera and was cleverly staged and norfrn.vefl frith much creditable originality. MISR Jenny Purdy of Parsons, who has visited Miss Florence Mitchell and other girl friends here occasionally took one of the parts. * + Mrs. Kuhlman Here. Mrs. Herman Kuhlman of W'ifhitii Is a guest of her mother. Mra. .7. P. Duncan. Aid 'Society. The society of the United Hre- tlin'n church inel yoHterdity afternoon to carry out the regular schedule of meetings. Only the ordera of ni 'i 'dl'-work were eoini)U"ted. Dinner Party, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. May entertained Mrs. R. Donovan, of Sever.v. this stale, and Mr. and Mrs. Orvlii Waite at dinner last night. •>/• -s Mrs, Donovan Here, Mrs. R. Donovan, of Severy, i.s hero to visit her parepts. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Freeman. .:. + * Chi Omega Meeting, The Chi pmega society of the high school had their serai-monthly meetin? yesterday iri the auditorium.. The program was rendered before a large audience of members and students of the high school and music for the day was especially good. * + * Card Party. Miss Hazel BeShears. 102 East Jack son street entertained a proup of friends last evening with an informal card party. Several tables were occupied and a delicious supper wa:- served. These guests were present: Misses Margaret Wolfe, Dorothy Foust, • Maizie Noyes. Alice Shields May Brigham. Paul Cooper. AValdo Coffman. Harrison Barton. Arthur Brigham, Delbert Bowen. Roe Snizer MissKffle S'.app assister in entertain ing. + + •:• Qui Vive Party, The Qui Vive club of the First Prrs byterian church will have n party to night at the home of Miss Florine Wher-ler in Wheeler Heights. * + * Party at Club House, Mrs. ,M. W. Teats and Mrs. I^. ( C.'iampion were hostesses yestcrda afternoon at the Clinker club housn to a newly organized club. Brhicf was played at live mfmher- ahlj/ tables and one guest table, smn'l luncheon was served at . the 11 ICS IKJ.MI.\G— WILL SOO.N HE HKUB Perbai )S you want something in the .IKWELRV line to put in that sack of his—.something that will mean a .Mer ry Christmas aud a message of good will, you will find it here. First cia.s in quality, and at reasonable prices Here .vou will find what you want with gre .Ti variety to choose from, and ali.-mndinR Kood H-i:i and srood c-heer for all. McNIELBROS. Jewels close of the afternoon. The membership of the club consists of twen ty-two ladies holding Clinker club privileges, two hostesses having charge of each fortnlghtlv meeting. .\rrs. C. A. Burch and Mr.-;. A.T. BoyJ will act as hostesses for the next party. These ladies will belong to the club: Mrs. L. L. N'orthrup, -Mrs. \. H. Camphell. Mrs. W. S. Goodin. .Mrs. Leigh Hunt. Mrs. T. S. Stover. Mrs. R. T. Boyd. ^frs. C. A. Burch. .Mrs. G. O. Curtis, Mrs. W, P. Dewey. Mts F, J. Horton, Mrs. D. W. Roid. Mrs. M. W. Teats, Mrs. Frank Nicholson, Mrs. E. C. Champion. ,MlKi Ho- snlia Charles, Miss Setta Wilson. .Miss Clara Foust. .MIKH Barbara Fry. MI.s' N'eva Funk. MIBR .Tospjihine Riddle Mifs Beulnh .McCance. and .Misc Grace Davis. It is the plan to have the club meet Ings alternate on Thursdays with the dance and Informal reception which the club members will give In the ev- "nlngs so that each week the club house will be opened for a social event. There will be a dance on Thursday of next wcek^ * •:• + Those Amateur Actresses. Isn't it the limit the wav some glrlr? •leny stories concerning the approach if their wedding? There are three or fonr girls in this town who ran do a stunt which would put Xazlmova or May Robson to shame. Every time • hey meet a society reporter tlu'v im niediatelv jam their left hand fand 'he ring! into a pocket or a tnuff and assume an expression which Is meant to convey an impression that so far as news Is concerned, tjieir minds are nerfectly blanl.. And If the S. R. braves the frigid atmosphere enouRii to ask the date the question is re- reived with such a elever imitation of "urprise that most anybody but a reporter would feel decidedly crestfallen and apologize. ITnless soniebodv is moved to charity soon these columns will be given over to the sporting editor A .*f Have Thimble Parties. Miss Ruby Heller and Miss Hsttle McMlllen who are attending Washburn college are expecting to return home on December 18 to spend their holiday vacation. Miss Cora Klein who Is also attending Washburn will be In town for the Christmas season. + + * To Visit In Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. George Knowlton will go to Wichita several days previouii to Christmas to be the guests of relatives for a week. <• • + Mrs. Jobe to Leave, Mra. J. T. Jobe of BoonoviUe. Mb., who has .spent several weeks with hei sister. Mrs. .\. H. Jaml.son. of Wheeler Heights, is to leave early next week for her home. •5- • * Have Thimble Parties. The AUa Seta glris wHl spend sev eral afternoons next week in propar ing for the disiribntinn of their Christmas gifts. The club will meet at the homes of the members on several occasions. Thare will be a meeting ^..-Jnr tt4;< tb* o^cailon BIWAJW otfem 1^' oppmonitr ' for- tbe- 'weirliUr-'' «C •ome liandiome evening toilettes. This year a number of Tlaitlnc gifls ,wlU be in town and the KelUn 's Voot crowd will be home for Christmas so that the event will be In a measnre in compliment to a group .of 'Tisltors. Oommltteea are to be appointed tonight to have the plans for music, decorations and Invitations In charge • * • H»ve Christmas Dance. One of the events which have been planned for the Christmas season Is a dance to be given by the Marchi­ neal clnb for the students who are to be here on vacations from their colleges. If the schedule of dances was carried out as written the dance wouM occur on Christmas eve, but the date has been changed so that the dance will be given on Friday. Chrtsf- maa niaht. The guest list will be quite large, J. .J. jj, To Entertain Club. Miss Glehnis Bartles and Miss Berniece Bartles will give a party tomorrow afternoon for their club, tho Dandy Eight. • + • Recital Tonight Mrs. C. L. Evana. Mrs. P. E. Waugh and a group of their pupils will have a recital tonight in the music room of Beck's store. + f Plan Orohan's Christmas, Mrs. L. F. Palmar, president of the board of directors of the Orphans' Home, ntid her nKsIstnnts are plan nlng the usual Christ nins plrnsureF for Inmates of the home. There will be a tree for the little folk and the gifts of toys and confections. The recent meeting of the board was for the piirtiose of appointing cohimilteeit to Interview citlrens and see that the UHUiiI events of the Yilletlde nre niadi possible, PAuT^BEPORir FELIX. Much Learning Hath Made Thee Mad Some More Convenient Season, Rev. Hamilton preached one of the most powerful sermons of the series during this revival last night. His text was the famous declaration of Felix to St. Paul, 'As he reasoned of Judgment to come, Felix answered, go thy way at some more convenient season, I will call thee." But>. the ^more convenient season" did not come to Felix, for he was shortly dethroned and Festus took his seat. This excuse is as old as sin. Ever since sin came into the world, and propitiation for sin has been offered man the sinner has said, "at some more convenient time. I will seek pardon for my transgressions." Rev. Ham ilton showed how Paul and Mores, two of the most learned and honored men of ancient times, forsook honor, fajne. wealth and friends to live a holy life, devoted to the redemption of mankind. He spoke of the persecutions endured by St. Paul. Five times beaten with forty stripes save one. three times beaten with rods and several times forced to flght wild beasts In •he arena at Ephesus. Now he i.s «bout to be offered up. the hour of his departure is at hand but he wavers not as he catches sight of the hendsmiin. but f lories that he has ''ept the faith, that he has finished the race and now a crown of glory awaits him for all eternity. Men of fodav are bartering their soul's eternal hanplness, for wealth, or fame, or position, or pleasure, all nf which Is only for a very short time. N'o one can meaxure the time •hat the sou' will spend In eternity. Paul Chose the better tilings and went rejoicing to his death. That the sermon had its effert wa!< evidenced l>y the later meeting. Many came to the altar. Several were con verted. The meet Ings will to "Icht imfll after the holidays. c.. \. D. Hav2 voii .seen our stock of Watches-? We carry the very largest and most complete line ever shown in Ida Just received a laige shipment of very small sizes'; in Roman finish plxin, in bright tini.«h plain, dnll fioi h plain, '.tld English finish engraved. J. W. COFFEY & SON I'lclDiIre Jewelerf. £A.ST SIDE SQUARE. Do you want a Beautiful Silk Flag ix3 fe^'t?; 46 stars; mad<" 3f fine twined silk; beautiful color* .V nice Christmas present or a sos venlr for the home. Send 11 .60 aud you will receive tht Dally and Sunday Journal three .nonths and one of these flags. Address THE K .ANSA8 CITY JOURNAL, Kansas Cltr. Ma See the «Afnild to Come Heme 1B the Dark" parade by twelve ladles at 8:S0. Grand March led by Rabe Band. All Xext Week Bortoo & Tyler The "Different Skatersr—A Ouaranteed Attraction. tola's Popular Aninsement Place THE AUDITORIUH MACK DEHIES IT May He and Woinlson of ConiDiltlee Have .Nut Hud DlMiffn^enient— \n JHeetlng In X'enr Fnture. Riiffulo, N. Y., Dec. 11;—Normun E .MUCK , chnlrmun of the DeruiHralN national cfmimltioH, when asked about the piiiiliBhml report that a dlsngrue- mcnt hud developed between hlniself and Secretary WiK)d>inn. nf ilie 'cnm uilttee, said: "Tliere IM nothing in II uuthing at all." "Will the l>puiocrjtlic nalloiial eoni niitlce meet soon?" "Unless something now iinfor.-^een arises the committee is not likely ti: meet for three years," was .Macks rc ply. LIFE IS>'T WORTH LIVING. This Statement .May Be (JeneruUy At irlbnted to the Luck of Good ileultb. We want to talk to people who are nevrous, who suffer frequent head ache.s, who don't enjoy their food, who are irritable, quickly lose their torn per, are so tired and worn out that they feel they must give up. and have t >ecome so despondent that life doesnt seem worth living. We know exactly what is the matter with people in this condition, and if they will follow our advice, we can tell them how to re gain good health and that bouancy of feeling which makes life ssems al sunshine and happiness. Most of the above described conditions are chiefly caused by catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membranes. This delicate web-like lining of the body becomes inflamed and congested until weakness and mental depression follows. The only way thai this can be overcome is through n treatment of the blood. We have the^ treatment, and we are so i>ositive thai it will produce the results we claim for it that we will supi >ly it to anyone with the understanding that we will return to them every penny they paifi us in every instance where the treatment is not in every way satisfactory and beneficial to them. We want you to try Rexall Miico- Tone, wliich is a powerful nulrltiv^ tonic and body builder, and a luueout membrane Hiternutive that cleanse: these membranes and restores iheli natural and healthy functions. Rexall Muco-Tone drlve.^ out all the catarrhal poison, restores the niutoiif cells to good health, tones up tlu whole Eysicin, allays inflammation, rr moves congeKtlon, and stinntlates the whole system to healthy activity, ii is splendid for building up flesh ant° niusole tissue and .removing all weak nesa. Come to our store today and get •• bottle of -Vluro-Tone. and after glvin> it a reasonable trial, if .vou are no' -atisfied simply tell us so. and wf will liand back your money withou' liiostioii. . Surely, nothing could br more fair than thi:;. Two sizes r >l)e anc' $1 .00. S. R. i '.urreli. The Rexal! Sion-. West Side Square. Fiat Rate Vs, Meters. The Neosho Falls Post says: The chief topic or conversation is whether the citizens of Neosho Falls who arr using gas shall be compelled to put in meters. It is claimed by the company that its patrons are wasting gas in allowing the lights and in some in stances the stoves to burn night and day. If this is true it is an unneccs sar.v w.-iste and should be stopped by ordinance if there is no other way of doing it. The people are not oh jectin? to the meter but they reasor that the gas company should furnish them on the principle that the mer chant furnishes scales on which tc weieh the groceries he sells, and P vard stick to measure his dry goods The charter provides that the com nany may put in a meter and chargi- Its patrons with it but it does no* compel the patron to agree to pay for It. The alternative is that the com pany may shut off the gas. The, rea' ouestion Is, can the gas company force Its patrons to adopt the meter Instead of flat rate. Attorney S^eph- en .son of Yates Center was In the city Monday to consult with those gas consumers who are not disposed to go tc the expense of meters and has taker the matter under advisement. MAGAZINES AXD PERIODICALS can be secured of J. £. HENDERSOX. who deals with the publishers and furnishes them at the lowest pricr iiOBsible. Trial subscription to Var Norden 's. 3 months 25c. Phone 98. 414 N. Buckeve EsUmates cheerfully given anoll i WANTED—Position, lady stenographer; experienced. Address L, care Reglsteit. WANTED—An experienced girl tor housework. 502 East street. . Difcctofy. JOHN «. WOODIN, M. D. Physician and Snrgeoa Over Barren's. Phone 142. WANTED TO RENT—About January 1st to 15th, seven or eight room modern house, close in; east side preferred. Apply to B. G. Hall al Acidj* Works. ' - • » » • • WANTED—Two young ladies to solicit. C. F. Florence, Rooms 10 and 11, Evans Block. DR. McMILLEJr, Special attention given to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Children. Telephones: OfBce 32, Res. 232 Office over Burreli.'s Drug Store WANTED—All kinds of second hand Household furniture.—The lola Furniture Exchange. A. W. Beck, Prop. Phone 25. ex- WANTED—Tola property to change for Kansas aud Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. OflBce over lowa Store, lola, Kas. FOR Ran- mimomUmmmoua "FOR RENT—House at :;o:i North Walnut. Inquire Alien Couuty State Bank, ' ' FOR RENT—Good five room liouse. North Second street. Inquire Cen. 1). Bright & C(). I-'Oil RE.N'T—7-ro<un modern liou^e at .'!0,s West .Madison. ini|ulre :!i)i West Mudlsoii. FOR SALE'lRtmomUmmmoum FOR SALE—liaru. inquire Or Pepper. I,'! West .Madison. ***«****»««*••••••• Phone G-ST. Res. 701. DR. R. U. CHRISTIAN Pby .Hlcian aud Surgeon Rooms 7 and 8. Evans Bldg. F. II. MARTIN, Surgery and Diseases of Women, Ofllce and Residence Phone 'MII Onice 7 .North Jefferson. FOR SALE—Two Bush & Gcrta pianos slightly used, left with me for -<ale by Chanute parties. These are bargains. John V. llolierts .Music Store. FOR SALb>—A 22-acre fruit and truck -farm, 2 miles north of Gas Cit}'. Good bottom land. J. W. McWilllams, Gas City, R. R. 1. LOST and FOUND FOR iXOHARUE Six Clear La Harpe residences $7000 and $3000. Cash for merchandise or farm. W. O. Lenhart. Tola, Kas. ooooooooooooooooo O PUBLIC SALE. O O Four years experience in the sale O O ring prepares nie ui." u -i- O O equalled and ; i :.:e .'i -- i ••. - O 0 as an auctioneer. .Vi> av; Uee O 3 for a few sales. Reference, Allen O O Co. State Bank. E. E. Tickers. O O Phone S3.-,. 409 East St. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO] rii.ui.' (:S7. Res. 701. DR. D. I.. COX. Kye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Speetacles Properly Pitted, tirriee A. 0. tJ. W, Bldg. .IKW'ICLERS. H. F. i'ancoast, old reliable jeweler, 110 East Street. Lodge Dftectofy KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.- Neosho Lodge No. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P. Hall. Visiting brothers invited. W. S. Thompson, E. C. Chris Ritter. K. of R. and 3. KXIGHTS OF MACCABEES.— Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hall second and fourth Saturday nights of each month. J. W. Postwait. commander; R. B. Porter, record keeper^ W. 0. W.—Camp No. 101 meets In T. Steele, C. C, A. H. Davis, Clerk. Visitors cordially invited. M. W. A.—The M. W. A. Lodge meets every Friday night In M. W. A. Hail. Visiting brothers Imrlted. F. C. Coffield. V. C, W. A. Cowan. Clerk. ROYAL XEIGHBOBSiT -Iola Camp No. 365, Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oracle. Mrs. Mary Hutton, 413 West Street, Recorder. Lewis Rand Hy Mary Jnhnsou led the list lUst monlli in liie liest seJllMg books. Other Idg sellers were: TeMtIng «if Diana Mullury, by Mrs. liuniphrey Ward. . Trail of the Lanesonie Plni^ by John i 'ox, Jr. The .Man from Broduey.s, by Geo. Barr .McCiitclieon Little Brnwii .log uf Kildare, by Meridith Nicholson Peter by v. iliqikinsmi Smith .Mr. Crew's Career, by Winston Churihill. The Klrlug Line, l)y Kobt-rt Chambers. .\nd you can get all of them and hundreds of others as cheap as of any IKKIV at Evans Bros BOOK STORE Make j*our Heleclion* early or you ma>' not get what you wanted. FRATERNAL BBOTHEBHOOD.- Fraternai Brotherhood No. 389 meeU second and fourth Thursday of each .month in A. O. U. W. Hall. VlsiUng I'members cordially invited. W. H. Anderson, president; Goida Elam secretary. OUR TELEPHONE is constantly ringing these days. Now Is the lime, you know, to have all the summer dust cleaned out of your carpete. We are busy, but your order will receive prompt and careful attention. Phone UK today. lOU RUG FACTORY Phone tflO. SOMETHING N£W are those Lindsay Garco Inveited Gas I,amps. Ask to see them.* General Contractor. Flagstone and Cement Sidewalks and Curbing a Specialty. Uftire Jackson Ave. Phone 324. LEQAIS. (First Published Dec. 8. 1908.) ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. State of Kansas. Alien County, ss (In the matter of the estat« of J. N i Deer, late of Allen county, Kansas. Notice of Appofatment Notice is hereby g^ven, that on the Sth day of December. A. D. 1908. tho undersigned was by the Probate Court of Alien County. Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the Estate of J. N. Deer, late of Allen County, Kansas. All parties Interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. M. O. ROBINSON. 12-8-15-24 Administrator. , TlsUIngr Geo. Trombold. Charles Trombold of lola Is visiting his brother, George Trombold, chemist at the cement plant. • • • J. S. Young and J. B. Young returned, from lola yesterday afternoon where they had been on huslness.—Chanute Tribune. The constant dropping water wear* away the hardest stone. The constant gnaw of Towser maatl' cates the toughest hone, The constant wooing lover carries away the blushing mald» And the Constant Advertiser is the man who gets the trade. ;

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