Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 14, 1908 · 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 14, 1908
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CMtik ^lUifvraM, Alto Limr. Vhont. , + • • MiM Klein at Sorority Dinner. vlW be celebrated Pdobder's Day by Jhe Beta sorority of Washburn whidi Is five yfars old today, by a dinner to be given tonight at the ' biimie ; of Mr. and -Mrs. .1. W. Jones. . 615 Topeka avenue, by the alumni members for the active members. The • table win be,decorated In the sorority 'color, bine, and lighted by white can ,-dIes. - Min Ann Sweet will act as ioMtmlBtreu. The active membera who win be guests are: Miss Haiel Lfu-kjo. Bdna Wood. Miss Hazel Arnold. Uias Marie Zel^ler. Miss Bess UblB. Miss Laura Armstrong. Miss BTande Stonehill. Miss Cora Kleio. Idlss Huldab Chanln. Miss Helen Haughey. Miss Helen Lindsay. Miss Mary JMlas Gai^e, Miss Gladys Scott. Miss Winifred Burcta. Miss Mane Van derpoel.—^Topeka Journal. * + <• About Kansae Wnni'^n. Mrs. Margaret Hill McCarter. one ot tbe Kansas women ^hose name is signed to nnmerons literary things ofj Tilne and 'interest is to publish a : book. "A .Hnndred KansaR Women" i early in 1909. The boot will be raad? : hp of stories which have anpeared .from time to time In the,Toi>.-ka C?r>- Ital. Tbe book will be lorofnsely illustrated and beaDttfuIly Ibound .so that tlie covers as well ks the contents will -appear to the renilers. —Christmas Post Cards. S for 5 cents, at Biirrelfs drug stor?. * * + Mrs. Jobe to Leave. Mrs. L. U Jobe and daughter of -0oomfleld, 1Mo.. who hare speai the past few' weeks with Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Jaimison. of] Wheeler Heights, are to leave tomorrow for their home. Mrs. Jamison and Miss Virginia Jamison will accompany them and after n"d»rt stay in St. Louis where Mr Jobe win Join them, the party will • tonicht for go to Bloomfleld for the hoUdavs. * • + Surorise Party. . , A number of friends of Mrs. F. D. Morrow. 619 South Second streot. were her,guests oil. Saturday eveninp for a surprise party to ceiebrate her -))lrtliday. The company was very '.{KKttily enterta.h)ed and a supper was iirved. These frienis were prPBeni: fra. W. R. BlRck. Mrs..St«ward. .Airs. Alice Bonewell. Mr^ Harry Fellows. Mrs. W. J, Carroll. Mrs. A. M. Kok".n. Xbos. Morrow. Kate Morrow. Margnr. To Elect Officers. The Aid society of the U. B. church will elect officers for 1909 at thei meeting on Thursday afternoon. The members will meet in the church parlor. + * *• Special Missionary Services. On three occasions. Saturday afternoon. Sunday morning and again in the afternoon members of the Christ Ian clinrrh heard excellent addresses on niifisionary work. The speaker ^\as Mrs. McDaniel. of Topeka. state '•ocretarv of the Christian Woraan'i .board of Missions. On Saturday afternoon the Mission tarv rorirty of the hostess church held a conference and Mrs. McDan liel's l.ilk on the subject of the day w:is appropriate and interesting, fea taring charity work and progress In various departments of the society. On Sunday morning the society eel ,»-hrated the anniversary of Its begin •nine and the address; of Mrs. McDan , let took the place of the sermon and I other^ numbers of a program. There n .is some pood music by tbe choir be fore and after the address. In the afternoon the Junior societv of the rhurch heard .Mrs. McDaniel , Tbp sudiences on all occasions were (Jiitte larpe. ; <* * Aid Society to Meet. Thi? Aid society of the V. B. church wi'i have an aftprnoon meeting on Thursday., •i- •> -i- —Fln»''fip.'; in nic Chrlstma.- •^aKc^ at niirrpll's drug store. •^ + •:• et Carrol. .Ma-v •.o^.-:. Ilomop V^' j Mothers Club, lows. Harold Kok •". ICdward Sl.^v-' xho Mothers' Cub of BuiHers arri. Hazel .Morrow iiiid Kuc ii-- .M'lr r;..-iprl will meet on Wednesday for a row. - ^ ^ •> Cantata Rehearsal. .Mrs. N. K. Sloup will moot ilio chol;- and Sunday school of the I'. ». churoli a rohoarsal of their •-.o-'ial and hnsino.<;s meptinc. The af- loriim 'Ti will l:o spent in the-worK- room of. I ho chapel. * * • Birthday Party. Mr. Mii.l .Mrs. Ed. Milnor. "in North rnristnia.s cantata.^ I Chestnut streoi Rave a very happy par* '** * tv on Saturday in honor of the twelfth —The .\irost lino of ChiiKinias hirihd.i.v of "thoir daughter. Gladys (joods in town Is .nt Burrolls Hr.iB xho sovoial fiio.sts were entertained % . A K^nifs a"d during the luncheon * •** * . I hour tho hostess received wishes for To Visit Mrs. Drake. many happy rolurns of the day. Mr.<;. G W. Adams and .Mrs J W _ + Adams will spend Thursday at the To Have a Social, rounlrj- home of .Mrs Ralph r>rako. Among llio events of the week at Tho Aid society ot which tho hostess Buililors' Chapel is a social to be giv is a memt>er will have an all day pn tomorrow evening. To entertain meeting then and the lola ladios are the Kuests there will bo a series of to he among iho pilosis. rocltatlons interspersed with mtisic Hawke's Cut Qlasa Here yoti will find a very large stock and at prices tkat will BUtprise you. We can aave you money. J. f. COFFEY & SON ExcioBire Jewelers. EAST SIDE SQUARE. and games. Booths will be built for the evening, refreshments will be served and confections sold to the visitors. * * + . i-Christmas Cigars at Burrell'i drug store. + ~ • Ready for Christmas. The teachers and officers of Build ers' chapel are arranging an elaborate Christmas for the pupils who at tend the classes of their Sunday school. E&ch year the chapel enter tains the children and gifts of toys and confections are distrlbtited by "^nta Claus who visits them on Christmas eve. Committees will be ap pointed soon to have decorations, refreshments and other details in charge. * + • For Miss Hoch. Mrs. H. O. Garvey's luncheon today for Miss Anna Hoch. was the first of a number of entertainments to be giv °n for the go\ernor'B daughter before her marriage to Mr. James W. Reid of Chanute. which will take place at the Governor's House New Year's da.v The table, with covers for H was un commonly pretty and a clever decor itive scheme was carried out with •nost successful results. On a low white dais in the center of the board were two flgurinas. a hrlde and bridegroom, in full wedding dress, complete to the last detail, even to the bride's shower bouquet, and the bridegroom's boutonniere. The doll •jride Wiis a blonde, like the real bride whom she typified, and the groom was i bruiiette like Mr. Reid. They trod 1 path of fern leaves and rose petals md over them, suspended from th -handelier and descending around •hem like a mist was the wedding veil 'otted with orange blossoms which was worn by Mrs. Garvey's sister. Mrs. Charles F. Spencer, at her wed ding, the anniversary of which th luncheon was also served to celebrate, —Topeka Capital. + + * —Headnnarters for .Vice Christma k>odB at HurreM's dniK store. .% .«. .;. Bazaar This Week. The ladies of Trinity rhiirrh will have a hazaar tomorrow and Wod nesdav In .Masonic hall. Supper will be served tomorrow night and dinuT and supper on Wednesday. + Clinker Club Dance. The Clinker club will entertain with an Informal dance and card party on Thursday night. The affair occurs at the club house on North Buckeye strecl. •J. < + Boys' Club to Meet. The r >>ke Builders' of Builders "hapel will meet on ThurKdav even Ing. * * + Called Meeting. There will be a special mpotlng iil 'he Aid society of the First M. B church tomorrow afternoon at Iia'f )a»t two o'clock. The ladios will plan he menu for the banquet to he serv p.d to Baker tinlverslty students. •!• • * Miss Ponsler l-iome. .MisK Banche Ponsler has returned from a short visit in Kansas City. + + + —Holly floxes for sending .voiir Christmas gifts at Iturrell's Prug Store. * • '/ Club Meeting. The Alta Seta club of the First Pres byterlan church will have a meeting toni^t at the home of Mrs. S. S. Hll scher. who instructs the class in Sun day school. This Is not tbe regular program evening but there will be a review of work for the Christmas season. There will probably not be session of the club to begin the study of the new text book on immigrants until after the holidays. * + • To Give Banquet. The Altruistic club of • tjie First Presbyterian church has arranged for the annual banquet. The event will be given on the evening of I>ecember 28 in the basement of the Presbyter Ian church. The committees have been appointed to represent the class and the menu, decorations and other details are now being planned out. + + * Miss Willis Home. Miss Willis, matron of Thistle hall, has returned from a visit with friends in Neodesha. + + * Sewinn Club. Miss Rosalia Charles will entertain Informally on Wednesday for her Sewing club. The afternoon win be spent with needlework after a dinner party the evening will be featured ith music and cards. * •' + Mrs. OslMrna Horns. Mrs. Bruce Osborne bos returned from a visit with frlenda in Keyada. Mo jniMtlof on TtauiSMar tiiia w^k ta'fihiimm Tbe program will' be p jnilMlliiC. np,. the study of the seaaoii; and work foF tbe new year will be outllAed, • • • Ifor Klka* Ball. Tbe committees to superintend de Uila for tbe BIk's ball liave been appointed. Tbese members will serve. Reception—E. D. Sbieldt, L. Northmp. Mont Palmer,-P. W- Brewster. B. C. McCIaln. . Invitation—Mel Fronk. C. B. Spen cer. R. J. Coffey, H. Tholen. Jr., J. P, Scott Decorations—Tom Milne. C. Cowan Bert Miller, H. Sleeper. L. Coffield. Refreshments—J. H. Young, J. H Campbell. P. A, Nortbrup, P. Bennette ,Smlth. Glenn Pinney. Miislc—J. V. Roberts, Waller Me Niel. Carl Saylor. * * • Birthday Party. Miss Ruth Massengale has issued in vitations for a party for the approaching Friday. The hours between seV' en and ten o'clock will be observed Twenty-five guests have beeik asked IX)ST—Ladles' Phone 628. gold watch fob On Business Visit. Harry Davis left this morning for Kansas City on a short business visit Clifford Home. Attorney B. E. Clifford returne home yesterday from a business visit to Caney, Kansas. Filed Transcript. The transcript of Judgment in the case of J. B. Howell vs. A. C. Fetterly which was tried in Justice Potter' court was filed in district court today. Judge Foust to Center. Judge Foust went over to Yates Center this afternoon on business not connected with his office. Cory In Town. Judge C. B. Cory, of Ft. Scott, referee in bankruptcy, is In the city to day on business. W. A. Byeriy in Town. W. A. Byeriy. the Humboldt banker, was In the city on business today. For Santa Claus. Reports were made at several of the churches yesterday as to the plans for Christmas eve programs. The work is done largely by committees All of the churches will observ Christmas eve with appropriate enter lainments. Watson Home. Representative-elect W. T. Watson spent Sunday with Mrs. Watson. Mr Watson has been examining banks in southern Kansas the past week. On Real Estate Business. .1. F. Varner is in Vales Center to 'la.v on real estate business. (John and Mary Again. .John Doe and-Mary Roe were fined f2.=> each in police court this morning for immoral conduct. .John is the head of a family and willingly whacked up the fine. For the best and tinirkest result use tbe Register's want rolnmns. REED FOUND GUILTY Jury in Attempted Rape Case Reached Verdict Early Sunday Morning. A jury in the district court found l/cwls Reed, a negro, guiltv of charge of luring a white girl .Mfss riohnie May Horn, aged I."), away from Iter home for immoral purposes, early Sunday morning. The Jury was out about twelve hours. Reed was charged with two counts, attemp !i ?(I rape and enticing an iiiimnrrlcd fort.tile iin der the age of 18 away from home for Immoral purposes. He was convicted on the latter count. Reed will ask a motion for a new trial. This will arrest Jiidement until Judge Foust passes on the motion. The l>enalty for Reed's offense i.s a term in the state penitentiary. BraceleLs, Rings, Lockets, >eck Chains, Fobs Belt Pins, Broarhcs Rose Hat Pins Sonrenir Spoons Opera Glasses Slirer Pnrses .A.nd hundreds of other articles, beautiful and appropriate for Xmas. Don't wait too long. Come and pick them out, and while you have plenty of time, and have them laid away. McNiel Brot. THE JEWELBI& WANTED—Position, lady stenographer; experienced. Address L. care Register. WANTEI>—An experienced girl for housework. 502 Bast-street. WANTED TO RENT—;About January Ist to 15th, seven of eight room modern house, close In: east side preferred. Apply to R. G. Hall at Acid Works. WANTED—Two young ladies to solicit. C. F. Florence, Rboms 10 and 11, Evans Block. WANTED—All kinds of second hand household furniture.—The lola Furniture Exchange. A. W. Beck. Prop. Phone 25. WANTED—lola property to exchange for Kansas and Missouri land. Golden West Land Co: Office over Iowa Store, lola, Kas. flMt natl" Mlwrnmilmmmou* FOR RENT—Ckjttage .'i rooms, close in. on paved street. L. H. Wishard. 3ir. South Walnut. FOR RBNT—^Two furnished downstairs rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 1294. 228 North Third. FOR RENT^Houso at 20.", North Walnut. Inqiiire Allen County State Bank. FOR RENT—7-roora modern house at 308 West Madison. Inquire .'?04 West Madison. ^SALE'mimamllmmmoum FOR SALE—New household furniture, rugs, pictures, dishes, etc. Call at once. 311 South Walnut. FOR SALE>—Fine residence lot. one block from street car line and one block, from high school. Phone 412. FOR xSALF^Bani. Inquire Dr. Pepperf15 Wer,t Madi.-.on. FOR SALE—Two Bush & Gerts pianos slightly used, left with me tor jale by Chanute parties. These are bargains. John V. Roberts Music Store. FOR SALE—A 22-acre fruit and truck farm. 2 miles north of Gas City. Good bottom land. J. W. McWllUams, Gas City, R. R. 1. JOHN 0. WOODIH, M. D. . PbysicfaiB and Siutcoa * (Irer Burrell's. BB. MemiXEV, * Special attention given to the • * treatment of all Chronic Dlseas- . • * es and Diseases of Children. • * Telephones: OfOce 32, Res. 232 * * Office over Burrell's Drug Store' • Phone 6S7 Res. 70L DR. R. O. CHBISTUN Physician and Snr^n Rpoms 7 and" 8. Evans Bldg. * • F. H. itABTDr, • Surgery and Diseases of '* Women. • Office and Residence Phone 576 • Office 7 North Jfefferson. • « • • • • • • ****** • * • • • Phone 637. Res. 701. DK. 0.1. COX, F,ye. Ear. Nose and Throat. Spectacles Properly Fitted. Officp A. O. U. W. Bldg. ******** JEWELERS. B. F. Pancoast. old reliable Jeweler. 110 Ea:^t Street. Lodge Difectoty KNienXS OF FTTHIAS ^Neosbo Lodge No. 43 meets every Monday night at JC of P. Hall. Visiting brothers invited. W, S. Thompson, B. C. Chris Rltter. K. of R..and S. LOST mnd rouMO FOR iX^ Six Clear La Harpe lesiJenccs ITi'OO and $3000. Cash for merchandise or farm. W. O. Lenhart. lola. Kas. 90000000000000000 O PUBLIC SALE. O O Four years experience in the sale O O ring prepares me to give un- O O equalled and guaranteed .';ervice O O as an auctioneer. My service free O O for a few sales. Reference. Alien O 0 Co. State Bank. E. E. VIckeni. O O Phone ZZh. 409 East St. O 90 000000000000000 OUR TELEPHONE Is constantly ringing these days. Now IH the time, you know, to have all the summer dust cleaned out of your carpels. We are busy. Imt your order will receive prompt and careful attention Phone us today. lOLA RUG FACTORY Phone 510. KNIGHTS OF MACCABEES^ Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hall second and fourth ,, Saturday nights of each montb. *J. ' W. Postw-ait. commander; R. B. Por- tcr. record keeper. W. 0. W Camp No. 101 meets in T. Steele, G. C. A. H. Davis, Clerk. Visitors cordially Invited. M. W. A ^The M. W. A. 'Lod«a meets every Friday night in M. W. A. Hall. VisiUng brothers invited..P. C. Coffield. V. C, W. A. Cowan, Clerk. _ ROYAL lyEIGHBOBS.—lola Cainp No. 365. Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of eadi month.. Mrs. F. A. Wlagner, oracle. Mrs. Mary Hutton, 413 West Street, Recorder^ ^ FRATERNAL BBOTHEBHOODr-< Fraternal Brotherhood No. 389 meets seccxnd and fourth Thursday of each month in A. O. U. W. Hall. Visiting members cordially invited. W. H. Anderson, president; Golda EUam socre- taryi METHODIST REVIVAL About Seventy-five Were Converted in Special Meetings.—Church Gen! erally Benefited. The revival services which have been in progress at the Methodist church for five weeks closed last! night with a very successful meeting. During the special meetings about seventy conversions are reported. Many of the converts united with the church last night. The church has been generally benefited by the revival and the pastor and workers are pleased with the results. The closing ceremony by Rev. Hamilton, who assisted the pastor. Rey. Mason, during Ing the. meetings, wai a very strong and helpful one. LADIES FREETONIGHT By Mary Johnson led tbe list 'l Ibst month in the best selling i books. Other big sellers were: Tenting of Diane Mallory, by Mrs. Humphrey Ward. . Trail of the Lonesome Fine by John Fox, Jr. The Man from Brodneyg, by Geo. Barr McCutcheon Little Brown Jog of Kildore, by Meridlth Nicholson Peter by F. Hopklnson Smith Mr. Crew's Career, by Winston Churchill. : The Firing Line, by Robert Chambers. Tyler A, Berton, Want Veu to See Their Performance. Mr. C. S. Tyler and Miss Bessie Berton. the skaters who are at the Auditorium all of this week, arrtved this afternoon from Osage Citjr ,^|um they have been for a week. The^.tTtt snggestion was that ladles be-:,Mai|t| ted free tonight and the H " agcment agreed. They say tl the best show on earth and-ji ein get the ladies out the fl ' they will be assured of a for the remainder of tbe weelc. annestloh sbowa that they fldenee In tbemnlTes aad aboaM be crowded wRb tbe tonlcht An*?! you can get all of them and hundreds of others as cheap a.=3 of any body at BOOK STORE Make your selectkwiB tnXT' or you may not let wbat 70 |ii| wanted. ; 1^:

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