Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 24, 1907 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 24, 1907
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' Hiss Cola Klein will entertain about •twenty^ye or thirty friends at a icard" party at her home, ;!15 South !;CDttonwood, next Friday night. A Altruistic Club to Banquet • The Altruistic Club have issued in- 'Sritations to about tiity friends to •banquet with them in the' Presbyterian church parlors, next Thursday ening, January 2. • Lady Maccabees. The Lady Maccabees will hold their annual election of officers on Thurs•day afternoon of this week. • • • Baptist Missionary Society. j The Missionary Society of the Baptist church wiai meet on Thursday af temoon at the home of Mrs. S. A. . dard, 323 South Washington. "., Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Wood will en i^taln Dr. and Mrs. O. R. Bushfleld lit dinner tomorrow. •i- <At the home of the bride's parents In Lawrence on New Years ova will 0ccur the marriaRo of Miss Veita Bingler, of Ivawrence, to Mr. Vone Fry. of South Pittsburfc. Tenn. Mr. pry Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ooorge A. Ft}- of this city. Miss HincJor has ylsltcd hero sevornl times. The con iile will bo at homo In South Pitts burg. Mrs. E. C. Champion Is entertaining her sister. Miss I>oretta Brown, of Port Huron, Michigan. • • • Rebelolts Meet Tonight. The Dorothy Rebekah lodge wl'I Jheet toplght In the Odd Fellows' hall. + + + O. D. Club. The O. p. club members will be entertained by Miss Hazel ^\'tltson with a watch party on New Years eve. + * *. Miss Elsa Pepper Is down from ^risas City to spend »the holidays •^Ith her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. R d 'epper. •J- * • Mrs. Byron Burns Here. Mrs. Byron Bums and little son, jpscar, are here from Dallas, Texas, ^md will spend the holidays with Mrs. 4 &umB 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fry, ,309- South Cottonwood. • • + : Mrs. M. C. Ausherman will give . T jEamily dinner on Christmas da.v. Mr. ii. A. Ausherman of Evanston, Wyo., will be among the gaests. • * "* jThe Mothers Club, wilch was to luive naet tomorrow have postponed iheir meeting until next week. • + • Edip«( Club D^nce. ^ The members of the Eclipse club «.lll give a dance tomorrow evening for a Christmas \ Remembrance^ We have everything in thi Jewelry Line —dainty thlng|—. inexpensive . articles—and gift* to suit any. purse. .If it's Kich Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Solid SilTrr, Plated Things ^In SlWer, SIlTCT KoTcltles, Ma^il- cure Sets, Toilet Sets or a multitude of small articles we have thcni in prices within the reax :h of all. Wo are offering specja! prices as an. Inducement to buyers this week. . - _ R. S. S^aoar Tfi ^^wUI visit ProL Mayborry'g parenta and attend the dtate Teachers' meeting In Topeka before returning home. bat J^kmn foWHi.Mw rlkUMIaC . -FM H\\ or pltB»lM md Waek- — — 1». I fwl an »h «i I »!•• 'n U« , iritUB, n Zlwk St.. Ht»wk. M. t. PlMuat, rklatabU. I>Bt«iit.TMto Oaod. neOoaa. Waver 8lckMt.W.Bk.n or Grip*. Me. Sc.Me. Nmr •old In b«lk. Til* nniilM* OblM (taaipwl Coa QmaffmntM,! to car* or yoor nioner back. Sterliac Remedy Co., Chicaito or N.T. M MHMtSUf, TEIMUIOIMOS McNEil BROTHERS. ir. the Masonic hall and the stiujcnts wlio are here spending the holiday wl'l 1 )0 the guests. ! • • • To Attend Elks' Ball. i\bout six or seven coupU's fmiu Yates Center are planning to attend th;- Elks' ball, to be given here next •vc-k. ' * * * Services at St. John's . Church on Chf-istmas Day. Solemn Hkft Mass at (5:00 a. m'. Solemn High Mass at 10:00 a. m. Sermon at both services. '• Vespers at A: 00 pr m. + + • Musical Program. At Ijotli Masses, Peter's Mass in "D "Agnus Del in "E" flat, by Batt- iiiann. Solos of tlve Mass by the MisscH Nettie Brigharn, Rose McCann, Afar- igarot Tiiolen and Gertrude Siitcllffe "Offertory,": Millard's "Ave Maria' Iiy Margaret Tholen. Violin accompaniment by Miss .Afayme Peterson and Master Frank Wiindors. ." "Nativity Group," a special attraction of tlie decorations. . + • * Dr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Cole will spoiid Ch'-lstmas with Mr. and Mrs. W^W iHoKaboom in Chanute. The doctor will return thecjnext day. but Mt? Cola will remain during the holidays. + * • Prof, and Mrs. L. V»'. Afayb.'^rry are visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Our store will be open tomorrow for business as usual. If you have forgotten some friend come in and let US fix you up. J. W. COFFEY «?qj; TOUB JSWELEB8. T"*" 8n »E SQUIBE Mr. George Wbite is spending the bolldaya with friends in Emporia. <f <• 4> Mr. and Uts. Otto Kmeger bavl; Swai ^'S M «a!i*. 1 rwi an «hwi 1 me to Neodesha to apend Christ g^SlSS?'** **''^ ** mas. Mr. Fred Rucker, of Louisville, Ky., Is here visiting at 'the home of Mrs. J. C. Lee, *** Mr. and Mrs. Werts returned 1 to their home in Davenport. Iowa, after a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs .1. B. Boner, 216 Elast street • * + Misses Altabelle Pcnnlman. Ruth \Y|rlKht and MlEirgaret Penniman, ot Ft. Scott, will come oyer the last of the week for a week's visit with Miss Ota Patterson, of LaHarite. They will also visit friends in lola. Several social functions will be given In iheir honor. • + *• Prof. C. W. Salser is spending the holldaj-B with relatives In Emporia • • • The Sons and DausJiters of Justice 111 meet tomorrow night In the .Ma.sonic hall. • •> * Miss Carrie Priboth loft yesterday for Saint Joseph, Mo., where she will ipcnd several days with friends. Frons there she expects to go to Manhattan for a short visit with her parents. . • + * Unity Club Meeting. Tho Unity Club members were very pleasantly entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. A. ,N. M:Uchell at her homo, TAl South \V'ashlnc,ton. The l-n)grnm was carried out as arranged in the club's calendar with the exception of one nunib3r, and was 4S follows: land, of South Pas^aena, Ca'lfomla. The box contained lemon and orange iilossonis, Jacqueminots, carnations, und ciilla lilies and ^oscs. -> Lai5t evening the l)oarders who aro staying with Mrs. Mary Tipton. 30G South Buckeye, showed their appre^ elation of her kindness to them by presenting her with a silver gravy ladle, and a largo box of bonbons. + + • Mrs. Erma Eaton of Bbynton, Okla homa and Mrs. Sherman Mlllstead of Bonner Springs, Kas., are the guests ot .Mrs. A. G. Paugh, 216 North Chest nut. DASGEK OF CATARRH. P.oll Gall—Characters in the French | Unless Properljr Treated With llj-o- Revolution, t.esson—Chapter XV. IJcsearch Work—Sfrs. M. Schocnbrun .Mrga/.Inc Articles—"Napoleon Bonaparte," and "French History." Music— ''uli'lc Happenings— rrltic—MI'S. A. V. liOdgo. Dainty refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. • • • W. C. T. U. Meeting, The Woman's Christian Temper- >nce Union will meet next Friday nf- •••inoon with Rev. and Mrs. Mason •t their home, 219 South Buckeye. A very interesting program has been arranged for this meeting. • * + Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Richardson will •ntirtain the following guests at din- :er tomorrow: Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 11 Srhwardt. and son, Herbert; Mr. and Mrs. .|ames McMurray and Mr. and Mr J. n. C. Brown. • • • Alta Seta Club Meeting. Tho Alta Seta club met yesterday iftonioon \vith Mrs. S. S. Hllscher. .106 South Washington. The yount lafMes spent the afternoon in sewing • n>l making Christmas presents for i:;c Jittie ones at the Orphans' Home • • • • Masons and Eastern Star Banquet N?xt Friday night the Maaonic and FTastem Star lodges will install their newly elected officers. Aft*"- the Installation a banquet will i. served and a general good time is ^.vpected. • + + Wednesday Euchre Club. .Mrs. Merritt Esse and f^hcr, C. H. DeClute. will entertain the Wed nesilay Euchre club at their home, 21 South Wbshington. + • + Christmas Weddinn. 'J'omorrow evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Vezle, 424 North Wnlnnt. will occur the marriage of ihelr daughter. Miss Ethel Verfe. tn .Mr. Chas. Cortncr. Miss Vezle is one of the teachers In tho Washington .school building and has a wide circl*^ f friends. Mr.j Cortner has a position with the. Milne Tailoring company and is well known. The young people will be at home at 424 North Walnut. • • • The l^dy Sraccabces will elect officers for the coming year at the reg ular review Thursday afternoon at 2 'clock, at tho K. of P. hall. All mem )cn aro requested to bo present • • • Gave to Orphans. The ladles of the Orphans' Home board feel very grateful to the fo! lowing parties who contributed towards the Christmas donation: H. W. Steyer. large basket of apples, nuts, candies, pop com and a small wagon; Perham & Son, clothing; Mrs. Oscar Foust, $5.00; Mrs. R. O. Smith. Christmas tree. Six cans of breakfast food was sent out to the home, with a card bearing these lines: From a little boy down town, to the orphan children, a merry Christmas." • • + Mr. and Mrs. Howaix] Miller went to Corfoyvllle this afternoon to pond Christmas with Mrs. Miller's -parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fletcher. • + + Miss Florence Munger received a hox ot beautiful flowers this mom- niel, Becomes Serious. X:atarrhal troubles are far more langerous than they seem at first bought. If you have catarrh, there Is an Irrl- ated state of the niueous membrane md weakeiu-d tissues which affurd an ideal lodgment and culture medium .'or disease germs, especially those of .'onsuniption. You should get cured as quickly as )ossilile lu -fnre any dangerous germs that you may breathe liHlgc on the liseased tissue and work destruction n the throat and lungs. The easiest, simplest, quickest, surest and cheapest way to cure catarrh is by the direct method, breathing lyonici. This woiidorrul medicated lir treatment does n«)t drug and do- ".uige the stomach, but is bre:ithed in. lircctly following and destroying all llseatc germs that may have been In- laled. The unusual way In which Hyomel .s sold by (has. H. Spencer is the Iwst evidence of his confidence in the treat nent and should dispel all doubt as lo its curative properties, lie agrees 'o refund the purchase price to anyone whom Hyomel fails to benefit, and you do not risk a cent In testing its healing virtues. A complete outfit cost but $1.00 If It heli'.s you, not cent it it docs not do all that is claim ed for it. , (Coatlnned from page 1.) who Is charged with manslanghtcr, tn performing the crimlna; operation on Miss RelUy. refused to obey the sum- Miss Rellly. and who refused to obey the aumroons to appear hi Judge Potter 's court as a witness on the grounds that a Justice had no authority to compel the attendance of a witness from a county not in his Jurisdiction. Vic Harkey, the cleric at the hotel where Miss Rellly is alleged tb have registered at the time sne visited Ft Scott for the puniose of having a criminal operation performed, a^sb failed to show up and It Is supposed that ho too, on the advice of attorneys, refused to answer the summons. The state had hoped. It is said, that Harkey would give such testimony as would show that Miss Rellly stopped at this hotel and registered under the name of Mrs. Maude Murphy. It was hoped, it is said, that the state hoped to prove liy Dr. Brookins that a man and wo man. who claimed to bo and wife .-.lid who anwered in part at least, to the description of Mr. Wlieaton and M;S3 Relly. had consulted him in re- csri to the advisability of having a criminal oi>eratlon performed. Late yesterday afternoon Mr. Peterson arose and told the court that the state desired a continimncc until December 26th in order that they inl .rht take such steps as were necessary to comiMsl the attendance of the Kort Scott witnesses. It was evident that the state realized that the witnesses would have to ba brought into court by legal proceedings. John F. Goshom, who conducted the ca.^e for the defense, then arose and entered a vigorous protest against a continuance. He said that the state had had su cient time to prepare its case and that the defense wantcil to finish tho hearinpi at once. Mr. Gos born tiien said that he had another H 'ason for wanting the case closed at iico. He said that he had a stomach trouble that was alarming him and that he had planned to go away to eoii .^ult a specialist and that any ron- iiMinnce such as the state suggested wtm 'd break into those plnns. Mr. O .^I ••r for the d:'fense. then arose and said that the defendant, Mr. Wheat on. had business engagements which C()iii|)elle<l his attention and which .voM 'd be Interfered with greatly If a continuance was had. He also s.aid hat he knew Mr. {iiiyhorn to IH^ 111 as he had consentttl to a re -arrangenient in the dates of several cases In which e and Mr. Goshom were <iir op|>o- sit.-> sides on account of Mr. Goshorn's Illness. -Mr. Ritter for the .state then said that If the court would grant a few minutes to the attorijeys for the st .-ite. E REMOVAL SALE! Dee -Lijchtedi^ to sell you Cnt Glass, Hand Painted China, Silverware, Jewelrj', Watches,Clock.s, Bracelets at 25 per cent. Discotint. A Real KeductfonI No Fake! Sewall, Jeweler; First Door North of the Postoffice THAY ARE FRESH. A choice assortriient of this' popular brand at CRABB'S. When you buy Lowney's Chocolates here, our personal pledge of their^lreshness goes with them. Get your next candy at Crabb's apd see how well it pleases you. CRABB'S VMJC STOKE, Corner Washington and W«sC Ste. |PR(IFESSIONALDIRECTORY TAX PAYERS LEAGUE Temporary Organization Last Night Affected Last evening in the office of Smith & Travis, a number of taxpayers met .Tnd formed P temporary organization to be known as the Taxpayers League H. M. Miller was chosen temporary (resident and Frank L. Travis tem l-orary secretary. The object of this organization Is to enlighten the public on the new tax law and taxes In gen Ota'. Any taxpayer in the county is (llglble, there will be no dues or as sessments. and the order is strictly non-partisan. The temporar>- secre- tao' was Instructed to write to the secretary of the Taxpayers I.«ague of Kansas City for a copy of the constl- tctk>n and by-laws of that organlza tlon. which will be read before the local organization at the next meet ing for their approval or disapproval. Tho next meeting will be held in th- offlce of Smith & Travis Monday ev ening December ZO. at which time papers will be read by Marshall mer and R. E. Culllson. All parties Interested in the payment of taxes are requested to attend the next meeting. Get your Holly and Bwing ft Bnrdick's. Mistletoe at BAKEB OFFICEBS ELECTED. Dr. GarilwtlMHise rbosen Secretary Lveil OrganlratloB. At the conclusion of the Baker banquet last night officers for the ensn- InK year were elected. They are as follows: President Dr. 0. L. Oarllnghonse. Vice President Morris Patton. La Barpe. tag from her.aunt Mrs. Hassle Hogue'B ^SSr**'^ Treasurer, Perl R. hey might make siich arrangement 3 v.ould terminate the hearing a mco.- Tho attorneys withdrow and a short time returned and after the examination of Sheriff C. O. Bol linger announced that It rested. The defendant Introduced no testimony The- court then made his finding. The testimony yesterday afternoon was certainly not of a start'ing na ture. Harry Levan. assistant manag er of the Grand, was put on the stand He said that he accompanied Miss Uellly to the depot some time in Sep, tember when she left the city. He said that it was his recollection tha she said she was going to some town in .Mis.souri to visit a brother. He did not remember to what town she said was going. He said she wrote Iiliu a card once after she left but he (lid not remember the name of the 'own fnmi which it was mailed. Dr. Or-l Christian. Dr. P. S. Mit?hell and Dr. MtcMllien testified with reference to the results of the aiitop y Iield over the body of Miss Rellly. Sheriff C. O. Bo'Unger and Attorney .Tohn Goshom engaged in a lively lit when tho former was on the wit nesK stand. Tho sheriff had identified a signature, "Mrs. Maude Mur phy." as being the handwriting of •Miss Rellly. This was brouKht out by the state to prove that Rellly was at Fort Scott at the time alleged mid had registered und3r that name It the hotel there. Mr. Goshom, In a very emphatic manner a.sked the sheriff if it was not a fact that he had l)e»>n trylnr to bluff witnesses to com3 to lola and testify. "No. sir; I have not." was the reply. •Did you not put the colored physician In Ft. Scott in fear of his life If he did not come to lola to testify?" "I did not consider It so," said the sheriff somewhat hotly. The attorney a moment later turn ed the matter into a Joke and the bout stopped at this inilnt Mr. Whcaton 's bond was fixed at $2 ,000, which he gave. TSie bond before the hearing was $5,000. DR. McMILLEN, • Special attention given to the * treatment of all Chronic Dlseaa- ' es and Diseases of Children. * Telephones: Office 32, Res. 233. * OlBce In Mrs. Turner's Bidg., * West Madison. * • • • • Phone 554.; lola, Kana. • DB. EDlTfi 8. HUGH. • ' Offlce and Residence over Bnr- • • reira Drug Store. • • Office Hours—10 to 12 a. m, S • • to 4 p .m., T to 8 evenings. • • Sundays^ by Appointment * Phone 687. Res. 70L .DS. O. L. COX, Ere. Ear, Nose and Throat Bpactaclea Properly Fitted. Offlce A. O. U. W. 31dg. • • • • Offlce Phone 10S3. Night Phone 406. DB. B. 0. CHHISTIAH. Fhyilclas and Sargeen. Rooms 7 and 8. Srans Bldg. R^s. Tel. IDS. Office Tel. 163. DB. i. B. PEFFEB. DenUst la permanently located over E. C. McClahi's Clothing Store, and Is prepared to do all kinds of up-to-date dental work. Evening work by appointment F, II. MAUTrV, • Surgery 'and Diseases of • • W<>men. • Ofrice and Residence Phone 576 • Office 7 North Jefferson. • • a • • • a DR. W.: & HETLMUIf. Physleiiuci * Svgeon. Office N. B. Comer of Square. Over K. C. Plumbing Co.'a Store. Res. Ter38. r Offlce TeL 562. 9 »'i m » P. li:tiathrop, Mrs. Bessie G. Lathrop. <»STE0PATHIC PHT8ICIAN8. Special attientlbn given to Diseases of Woizt^n and Children. Over Ea4t-Slde Hardware. Offlce 'Phone. Main 468. • • • Special Rediced Priera on all new ind second hand Sewing Machines until January 1st. Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 110 East Madison. Christmas Is Coming! to make yovir Holiday Visits. Rates are low and service unequalled. Please see us for time of train!*, coiineriions, reservations and so forth. W.E Rakton ACI£>T. The«OgrWay" Reyl'aurant mmrohmmi9 'Limoh2Bo • > Everything in Season. SHORT OKDBKS OF ALL KINDS OBOCERY Good lliiings to Eat Tele |>hiilDe 159 riagatons and Ca^tint Bdawalki aai Curblnsi a'BpMlalty. OBea IM Kfrt JaciM* Am < A

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