Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 21, 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 21, 1907
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FOR TV/^EN AND BOYS Practical Presents are the ''Tliuig" Tliis Year. WeVe Antidpated Your Every D«sire and Wont and Mjke a dellgbiful ClirlMmas Present (or HIM. HK will thiak rf you every moment white eojoyinK the frogrmi^t cigar or pipe. Nothing adds more to the conienttnent of a mad than a cool, delightfal smoke. We have a cjoice .collection, of pipes, and all the letding brands of Ci^ts. Oor Smoking Tubacc«>s are the best and finest made. If you teilly desire to HIM, come in and let ns help you. HERING'SCIGAR STORE WEST SIDE or THtlS^ijARE. A WOMAN'S-AFF£AL. To all knowing sujJererB of rheumn- •jlsm. whether muscular or of' the ints, sciatica, lumbagos. backache, i&fl? Itfitfcfe' :ktdn«yB or neuralgia Iris, finite to her for a home tment which has repeatedly cured 1 of these tortures^ She (eela it! her ity to send it to all sufterera FREE. Voii cure youraelf at hltoe as thbus- abds will testify—no change of climate being necesBaii>-. This simple discovery banishes liric acid from: tbe Mood, }oosetiB tbe \ stiffened Joints, liurlfles the blood, and brightena the eye». giving elasticity and tone to- the whole aystem. If the above interest \o\i, for proof addrless Mrs. M. Summers, Box R, South | Bend, Ind. • * ..t,i I • > • • I :COPPEWIt:LE JOINTS ENJOINED. A Wave of Law Enforcements Felt In the Kanaaa Town. i Coffeyrille. Kas., Dec. 21.—Slate inlunctious were served here today <:n places suspected of violating- thi- I-rohiblUon laws. Three of them were sworn out by County Attorfiey J. R. rhariloD^ The other six were issued jat the i-equest of John Marshall, ait I lorney for the State| Temperance uji icn. .Marshall has bpen h.»re si'vera! , (lays an^ has gajt niiirh evidence ti ; i)rove thiut salooiis were ruuninK here I without lnterferonc?e froiii tho city oBi- cials. j The county atiorney resumed his I court of inquiry today, and farther I aids end injuncllona are looked for. The city officials made raids last ' nigat and made more than twenty ar, rests. The spirit of law enforcement IN very strong here now, and the thurches have formed a law enforcement league that says it wll] see that (he laws arc enforced or that certain offlcials lose their places. Marshall was brought here by this lejUJie. The Rambling places have all closed, and the city Is dryer today than for yeara. THOMAS SPEAKS AT Y. M. C. A. Chapel Car Evangel to Addreaa Young Men Tomorrow. Rev. Thomas of the rhapel car erangei. will he thf sfiei»k«T at tbe men's meetlus. at the Y. M. C. A. to morrow afternoon. R»>v. Thomas has lieen traveling with the chapel car for the | fourterai yt>ars and dur tug that time has I had C.OOfl conver- Kioini organized Gi^) churches, built 30 churches and has travtrsed 14 states The room] will be darkened and the ater«opti<^n views Will lie use«l In connection Iwlih Hev. Thomas' talk Mr. W. G. Anderson will r.-nder a solo. FINED INDEPENDENCE MAN. Nata King Cam# to loU to Q*t OrUnk. Nate King, a yoiing man from Inde- (:etideuce, Kas.. waa arralgnH In | KI- lict« court last evening on the charge ol drunkenness and tiuiul $,•> and COKIS. lie paid his (Ine and was rt>leaa«!d. He was arreslwl by NN^Yii. Todd while staggering about the streets. He sobered up enough while in Jail (o be tried last evening. Special Kedaced Price* on all new ind second hand Sei^'ing Machines unit .January 1st. Singer Sewing Jla- hlnr Co., no East .Madison. At.^« amrchet U. BLClMich. Sabbath Bcboul at it:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Suliject. "The Redeemer's Face Set Uke a Flint." Junior Y. P. C. i:. at 2:Sii p. m. Senior Y. P. C. U. at 8:3« p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Subject. "Satan Among the Saints." AU will receive a cordial welcon»e. O. U. MI8AMORE. l>Hslur. First Charrli at CkrlM. SirlratM. Sunday achoot at 10 a. ni. Church swrvlce at It a. m. Subject. •Christ Jesus." Testlimmlal meeting AVednrsdny at S ji. m. Services held In Christian Science h.nll at 110 Rast Jackaou. The hall la used as a reading mom from S to 4 each week day. The public is cordially lnvli«d to attend the ser\-tces and In visit the reading room. MRS. KMM.X K. ADA.MS. First Reader Qualitw Cood .Agents make $3.00 and more per day selling new .Automatic Fastener for cither skirta or trousers. Unrivaled .igency proposition because re- pe .1t sales are guaranteed. (Not sold in stores). Write for sjiedal olter to represent us. Antomatic Hook ft Eye Co . Hoboken, N. J. Second Baptist. Sunday school at H) a. ni. Praise service 10;-10 a. ni. Preaching at 11:00 a. ni. Sermon—The of the Chrstinn UXi. B. Y. P. U. 6: SO p. ni. Preaehlng 8:00 p. m. Sermon—W'hat of the Sight? ^Ve desire to have a fuM attendance at each service. J. W. GORDON. Pastor. Mrs. J. W. Gordon will leave Mon- uuy morning for Chicago where she- will spend the holidays with her parents. The Christmas t.-oe exercises will be held on Tuesday evening. The committee is sparing no pains to make th? exercises what they should be. Come everymie and have a good lime. Second Baptist Sunday School, Mrs. Gordon, superintendent. Try a Want Ad. In (he Register. Tke Rr<«r»ed Ckirrk. MortUng senrlcs at 11. Sermon. "The Timeliness of Jesus' Coming." Evening service at 7:30. Sermon. Christmas Cheer." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. The annual Christmas service by the Sunday school will be held on< Christmas even (Tuesday evening) at' 7:30. A cardial Invitation and a hearty welcome. LOUIS C. HAR.NISH, Pastor. BipUst Charcb. Sunday school at 9:4.=> a. m. Morning seirvice at 11 a. m. Sermon, "The Christmas Day of Hope." 11. Y. P. U. kt 6:30 p. m. Evrning serk-ice at 7:30 ii. m. Rev. Bruce Kinney W. Hi of Topeka. will sjteak. OARFIELD. Pastor. Presfavtartan Church. First Church. Rev. S. S. Hilscher, the pastor, will preach a Christmas sermon at the 11 o'clock ser^-ice and the choir will give two Christmas an thems. In the ex-ening at 7:^'0 the choir will give a Christmas Praise serWce. the program for which Is to be foimd elsewhere in this paper. Sabbath school at 10 a. m. C. E. meeting at 6:30 p. m. Subject "Christ LL SALE TO-NIGHT! From 6 to 9:30 o'clock, all of our $1.50, $1 26 and $1.00 Dolls, your choice for 69 cents. New York The Power Bdiind the Doufi^! AKING POWDER 25 Ounces for 2S Centa I • i I : A real poviwr that raises and sustains the douffh .with absolute certainty; No fidhvesL A cake made with K C cann6t figJL Purity Weimiat naoney if t upan refiandiog yow trial does not 000- ince yaa. mns Missions." Little Builders Chapel. Mrs. B.{N. Jones superintendent. The Boys' Sabbath school at 2 p m. The regular Sabbath school at 3 p. ro. The pastor wriii preach a Christmas sermon at 4 p. m. The Coral Builders' meet ing at 7:'iO p. m. Baaaen Chapel. Wm. Davis, supr erintendent Sabbath school at 3 p.m. TrinltT Xethodlst Chireh. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. .Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. We extend a cordial invltatioir to all services. The Sunday evening service will be one of peculiar interest as wc have secured a number fit sjienktrs and special music for the occasion. A. M. HARKNESS. Pastor. WAKm AiTttriaemtatM Hdfr tfeU teul will be iBiertal Uvee Umwawlttoia thw^e. WORK WANTED—H. E. Shook, IS .Brunner street, wants any kind of jworic to do. 1 must get worl(.or go onto city charity. • WA/mP' ^mtmomUmmmotim St. Timothy's EpLoropal rbnrch. There will be services and sermon tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Subject of sermon. "What the Episcopal Church Stands for." All are cordially invited. Sunday school at 9:4.^ a. ni. REV. J. D. KRUM, D. D. First XetkMlbt ChDreh.. Tomorrow at the First Melhodist church Sunday school. Junior League and Epworth League at their usual time. Preaching at 11 a. m. by A. L. Ryan class of '06 Baker university. Theme. •The Price of Victory." The Baker Glee club will have charge of tbe music rooming and evening. The evening service will be of an evangelistic nature. This has been designated as Baker Week in lola and the surrounding towns,: thus far a splendid success. We trust that tomorrow shall be no break but rather a climax of good things. Everybody invited. Baker university turns out material that undertakes things and of her fruitage we are proud. Come out and help In the mater or drawing deserved attention to this our splendid school. J. M. MASON. Pastor. To C'aatnctors. lola, Kansas. Dae. 7. '07. tola township will let bids on macadam road as follows: First half mile on South Kentucky street south of Elm Creek, beginning on north end of macadam road, and fence, north one-hAr mile, or to place designated by to.wnahlp board. Second one-half mile lieginning one- half mile west of river on West street, on the west end of macadam road fence west one-half, mile ta.ijlace designated by townshi]) board. Third half mile on South State street, two and one-Iialf miles south of West, cominenctng at .Abram's northeast corner fence west one-half See specifications on Ble at County Clerk's omce. Board reserves right to reject any and all bids. E. U BARNHART. Township Clerk. The Christian Church. The subject of the morning sermon »UI be, "A Christmas Greeting." At this service will occur the annual al ectlon of officera of the churdi. All members are jorged to be in their places. The •vcalnSrfBi'Tlee will be in charge of the AVooHu'i .Miaaiooary society of tbe church. ^Ue schoo at 10:00. Junior Bndeavor at 3:00. V. P. C. U. at 6:30, R. If. EIXETT. Minister. Dr. IcyMliSi •14 CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED-^, perience unnecessary. $100 per inqnth and expenses. Peerless Cigar Co., Toledo, QU ^O L ; 4 WANTED—Second hand Wlnchairter pop gun: Inquire 105 South Sac^ad stret. >-QR SAie-Mlmomllmmmmm FOR SALE—Good Studebaker baggy. practically new. with good sat of 135.00 harness, for sale at Howard 's barn if taken in the next; few days at $80.00. FOR SALE OR TRADED—For young stock lor team, house and lot Inquire 327 North Elm. FOtt SALE—Steel range and sideboard, good as new. Dining chairs, rockers and otber household goods at half price. Inquire 213 Bast street. FO|l SALB—Two-3 year old colts, one work ,mare, one young mule, six months old: one 5 year o-d work porse^ one good bred driving horse and 'saddles. One rubber tire runabout. Inquire John T. Roberts Mu sle Store. Webt Side Square. FOR SALE -Or will trade for good clear I farm or $1000 property ID lois, (MUaujee in cash. or aute»; tb» Sayder Livery Barn. La Harpe. J. V: H<nrell. . i— — FOR SALE OR TRADE OR RENT— FnrniJBhInga la the Baltimore Qoaae. with lease. Inquire 209 South Bock- eye. FOR SALE—No. 1 good heating atove; gas or coal; a perfect atove. 209 South Buckeye. FOR SALE—IISOO stock of grocer- and store flxtnres. 402 SoDtk itneky street. FOR. SAt£^A driving mare apd nggy. Horse city broke, safe for 1 «dy drive. Inanlre 83t North atreeU j FOR RSKT— House and barn. Sostli Kentucky. Phone 998 2-^2. • FOR RrafT-rFWe room'house. 4>d bam, three blocks from square. |t.M. \V7iitnkar £ Dminell. STRAYED—White French Poodle, collar tag numtwr 358. Return to ^11 North First. Reward. r Its Ecomm^ To have yoor Carpcti aad Sap cleaned by fteiolaRiglaciw]!

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