Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 24, 1907 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 24, 1907
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5 ' ' -) 1'- L. BOUBQCDr 8UFFEB £p DISLOCATED 8H0CLDEB. IT WAS THE TWENTIETH TIME Thanking You All For Your jEenerous Patronage!and Wishing You Ml • RUBY CLARK'S FUA'ERAL WAS HELD FROM RE8IDESCE TODAY. we still ask you to ,see our Holiday; Goods at greatly reduced prices. Still an elegant line df Cloaks and Millinery for yon to select from at actual wholesale prices. We do this in order to clean up stock before invoicing. Our Elegant Line of New Pars Grift Items at attractive low prices in pretty Collars, Handkerchiefs, New Hand Bags, Combs. Belts, Fans, Parasols. Fancy Doilies, Napkins and Table Linens. EASILY DECIDED. riiis Question Should Hi> Aii>wereil Easily by lola rrojile. WTiich is tiie wispr—to liavc ronli- dence in ilie o|)ini()iis of your fellow cillzenB. of |)coi)lc you know, oi- depend on sratcnirntH niiule l>y HIUT Btrangrrs ivsldinR In far -away i>l.n es? Read tlio followins: • Chas. Colp. fanner. livinK at I'lii Buckeye ntrect. lola. Kansa.-. savs: "For twelve yeai si suffered frttni kidney trouble, .causing pain.s In my bark so severe at times lliltl 1 was <<iiiii 'l'"l<-,(y laid up and unable to work. My case had e<uumenced to assume a serious nature when 1 saw Moan 's Kidney Pills advcrti?el. 1 h;>d tried niaciy similar pre |iar3ti<ins without siHTes? 6ut from the ace<iuiiis vriv»>n <if Doan 's Kidney Pills I had eonfidence in them >o I procured a IHIX. I soon felt relief after lakiim them, and a few boxes • restored ma to good he--.ilth. I bave recomnientiled them to iny Iriends whenever I had an opportunity and my advice has always been. ••r)oirt neglect .vour kidne.vs. if they aro c)ut of order, make them riglit by using Doan's Kidney Pills." ; For sale by all dealers. Prire .".0 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. Xew Vork, sole agents for the United States. : Rememlwr the name—noan 's and take no otJier. -V X Good. Kesolntlon. Resolve to enter the lola Hu.'-ine.'JS College at thei beginning of '19(i,s. Prepare yourself for a bttsiness situation during this business depression that yon may be ready for SOUK - good position when financial conditions become better. The lola Business CoHege is now- giving a 1-» per rent reduction on all tuition settled on or before January 1, 190S. GETS $30,000 JOB lola Architects Succeed in Landing Two Good Jobs. Hair i^- Smilb, arrliilerts. of i\nA rity. were y.-s(.rday given ih,- ron- tiart for the new Haptisl .rhiirrh; at Parsons. Kans. The new church AjMll cost $ni)."ni». -The church in that city was destroyed only a short time URO by fire. Many architects from Kiin- l-as City and oilier large cities bid on the job. M!^ssns. 4lair & Smith were al.-.o ;;iveu llie contract for the buibling of a n<'w:$l<M'(ii> Kjiights of Pythias hall at (Jirard. VV. L. SIMS ACQUITTED. Was Charqerl With Aiding in Htjge; Embezzlement niniiingliani. A'a . l >ec 21—\V. | Sims., who was charged with aidin;; :;iid ai)ettlng in th.-> embezzlement;of j oTie huntlred thousand dollars from the First National bank of Rirniing ham. 'by former Paying Teller Cliil- hoiii, "now serving a five year sen fence, was acquitted today. . FOR TIIE TE.VrilEKS. Try a Want Ad. In the lloglster, Santa Fe >V}|| Pnt on a »w Faery Car. The Santa Ke will run one of their j new ly.foiisir'irted faliey cars Ihrongh i here Christmas ateiiioon on the north l>ound to Topeka. It will! be added to (he regular tiiiiu to care- for the teachers who will attend tliel •Slate Teachers' association this year, j The car will go direct through. A nnmber of the .Mien county teach ers will attend this meeting of the state assiK -iatlon. .\bout ten of the teachers who are employed in the city schools will bo in attendance also. TCK-VS OVER ft«,0O« TO BOWTJ S. County Treasurer F. Sickly today ttiriied over to Ttmi Ikiwlus, city ireasiireri $2:'..oiio as taxes niised on the levy nssessed to meet the city's •injiiroveniciits. This covers all of the levy made atid includes thirteen IteUis. Tlie city has Ixvn making many improvements during the |KIKI year which iicroiints for the large ainonnt of the. tjixes. ADDITIONAL SOCIETY. The W. C. T. V. will hold their rag u'ar meeting Friday afternoon at two r clock at the home of Rev. Masou. / good program ha.-? been prepared and ;dl members and friends are invited lo attend.. * • * Mr. ;ind .Mrs. R. 1>. Tliom|isoii, .M ! North \V;is ;iinKton. will entertain the fiiliowing guests at dinner tomorrow: .Mr. find Mrs. C. M. Thompson. Mr and Mrs. .1. F. NMgh. .Mr. and Mrs, B .M. Coutant and .Miss Kate Coutant. * • • Glee Club Entertainment. In spiti- of the Inclement weathet there was a roo.1 crowd at the M v.. church last night to greet and Us I'n to the Baker University GIe«' <-Iuli. Kvery number on the program ri <—ived hearty apjilause from the .-ludienre. and each one was encored Following is the program as given: ;—Robin Adair Buck Glee Club. •J.— To Spring up I.". .\'o. f. Orisp .Mr. Foster. :;.— Because d'Hardelot Mr. Pa I ley. I.—Reading Seh'cted Mr. Fast. r,—In Vocal Combat Buck Clee Club. (J.—V\'?ho Treads the Path ... Mozart -Mr. Bailey. 7.—Reading Selected .Mr. Fast.- S.—•Prwlica' Son Anonymous Mr. French an<l fJlee Club. 0.—Autoninc Chaniinad Mr. Foster. in.—Reading. "Ole Mistis" .Mr. Fast. Wiiltz Vogel . K. K. Foster, pianist. A. K. Fast Reader. H. A. Bailey, Basso. KAIMtOAD.S >0T AFFECTEO. The stringency of the money market't seem to have had a%y effect on the holiday traffic with the railroad companies. The trains on all lines) passing through thts city have been crowded for the past week. The two- f-ciit fare ha.s na effect whatever on the holiday business, as the rate of two cents per mile figures exactly the stime as the exc-urs^ion rates of a fare and a third diil when the thice- cent fare was in vogue. Holly Mistletoe 3 lbs, A BuntHok Adolph Broker's Fatlier Is III at >'e- Tida, MOiT-Persoub and irs lit MEMBERS C^F FIKE DEPASimHT ELECT OFFICERS THIHSDAT. Chrlstusf EatcrtalBMirts at AU Three Ckuekcs Toaigiit—G. D. lagers^ Here. Clark Faaeral Today. The funeral of Ruby Clark, the two- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Clark who died yesterday mom ins after a short illness from pneumonia, was held from the residence this afternoon at three o'clock. Re». Corn, itastor of the Methodist Protestant church, officiated. Interment was made in the La Harjie cemetery. Was TnratMk Tim. U Bourqulu. assistant chemist at the Kansas Portland Cement plant, lisufrerrd a dislocation of his right shoulder yesterday morning while attending to his duties at the plant. This U the ineniieth time this shoulder has lieen thrown out of place. It was necessary, however, to go tu a physician lo have It put back in place. Mr. IV>urquin sustained a dislocated shoul der when he was but a'small boy and since then he has had to wear a brace on the shoulder to keep it In place and in spite of that any extra jar often times throws it out of place again. Wni Elect Ofiicers. At the regular meeting of the members of the Gas City fire department nest Thursday night oOiceni for itae ensuing year will be elected. ^V1111am Vaughn was elected fire chief only a short time ago to sncceed William Llr- Ingston who moved away. It Is likely that he will be re-elected. Other basi ness of importance will come up for consideration at this meeting. ChristMaa at Charrkea. Ml of the Gas City Sunday schools have arranged for Christmas enter- talnmenta at the churches for this evening. Santa will be at all the churches. The members of the Christian Sunday schools have arranged for hanging presents on a ladder which will be beautirully decorated, instead of the old fashioned ireei. A program consisting of rt>citations and Christmas mudc will be rendered in connection. A tree will l>c the form of entertainment at the Pniicd Presbyterian and the Methodist l£pi8co|>al church. Regular Christmas programs will be rendered. Rraker's Father Is IIL Adolph Broker returned yesterday from Nevada. Mo., where ho has been attending his father who is very ill. Because of some disease which he is suffering, it has been necessary to remove one of his limlis. The other limb is thought to be Infected also. Mrs. ISroker has many friends here who sympathize with hira. Mr. Broker will return to Nevada in a few days. Birth. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mr .s. J. J. Roberts yesterday, Uecem- Ijcr 23 rd. .Mrt*. firay Betler. Mrs. K. D. Gray of this city, who has oecn very ill for some time, suffering from a severe attack of pneumonia, is thought to be a great deal better to- lay. She has been in a very critical otiditlon. BiHii. A daughter was born Sunday morning to Mr. and .Mrs. Milt Urock. Mm. Fawn Wllliama Sick. Mrs. Fawn Williams of this city Is ying at her home in the north part 5f the city In a very critical condition •?he Is suffering from a severe attack «f pnetmtonla. Her condition is bought to be very bad. .Mi!«!i Katherine Hartley Sirk. Miss Katherine Hartley of tills city .vho is organizing a class in short 'land In Gas City, I.a Harpe and lola s quite ill this week. She is sufTerin^! rom an attack of acute indigestion. Her condition although very serious is not thought to be dangerous. ' Birth. A son was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Broker. Por!>onalK. Mrs. Morris Patton . is spending Christmas week with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Adams in Kansas City. F. E. Carroll came In yesterday from Uartlesville. Okla., where he Is .vorking at the carpenter trade. He ^ays that he likes Hartlesvillc very •nuch. i Dr. Fred Halm went to Kansas City yesterday where he will visit with Mrs. Halm's ptirents. Mrs. Halm has '•een In Kansas City for several days. Dr. .1. S. Kirkpatrlck is in the city he guest of his parents. Miss Mabel Montgomery left yesterday for Abilene, Kansas, where she will visit friends. I'rentis Donald is in the city visiting his itarents. He will graduate from university this year. Wc have plenty of money to loan on farms. The financial tlurry docs not "•ffect us. Come and see us. The Betl well-Ray Realty Co. COTTON BUYER MISSING. May Have Been in Burned Building at Ft. Smith. Ft. Smith. Ark., Doc. 2S.—it develop«M today that a man named Kaiiff man 8ii |ii>oscd to have been hiimcd to death In the Haglln building fire 'asi nlpht was not tu tho building as re|)ort?d. Nothing is known of tho fate of J. A. McVitty, a cotton buyer. The walls of the building have fallen In and tho debris has not yet been removed. A report received here this morning says that McVltty was not at his home in Texas. It is known that he intended leaving here this morning. < ADVANCE MA> IS HEBE. Vi. .SiM>iner Make* Arraaimaeata for Chat*. B. Haaford 's lala Date. ; W. Sheifler, representing Chas. B. Ilanford, was In the city today making arrangements for the appearance of the great actor on the Slst. Hanford is in Pine BlulTs, Ark., tonight and In • Little Rock tomorrow night Hanford was in Little Rock last Christmas night. Ha will appear here in "Antony and Cleopatra." I Birth. A daughter was l>orn yesterday morning to .Mr. and Mrs. V*al .\esbit. V: D. In^cntfll Here. G. D. Ingersol. editor o fthe Mani- tcau County, (Mo.j Herald, is in the city to<lay looking after property interests. He has a number of houses in this city which he purchased some time ago. Mr. Ingersol is one of the prominent editors in southern Missouri. H. O. James Here. Mr. II. O. .lames of Wichita, was here yesterday on real estate business If the deal which he has on is consummated he will come here and open up a business. PerxonaLo. Maggie Breo and brother .lohn. of .Ailtoona. are vi.siting home folks here. Vred Shea, of Arkansas City. Js here the guest of his parents.- F. A. Miller went to Hutchinson Kansas, this morning on a luislness trip. F. \V. Frcvort went to Yates Center this morning on a business visit. .M. J. Ganger, of Kansas City, was here yesterday calling on the merchants. J. F. Ranger, of Detroit, was here yesterday on business. Mrs. Lawrence, mother of .1. W I>awrence, of this city and two daush iers of Ronihern Indiana, are th( quests of relatives. A ^00,000 DES MOINES FIRE. Two Carloads of Matches Added Fierceness to the Flames. AMUSEMENTS The authors of Adelaide Thurston's play "The Girl From Out Yonder," Pauline Phelps and Marion Short, have lived all their lives on the coast of Maine, near by Terry's Harbor aitd the outlying islands, where the scenes of the play are laid. So true are the various characters drawn that it seems almost a certainty that they have been taken from life. The salt air of the sea permeates the entire piece and the homely. God-fearing honesty that comes natural to those who live down close to the sea is brought out with wonderful effect. The people of the story are alxHit even ly divided betwen fisher folk and city bred summer visitors, but it is the charm of the salt water and tho simple, direct characters of Flotsam (Miss Thurstonl. her "Daddy'* old Cap'n .Xmi-is Itarton. his dory-mate. Ben Cooke, and Joey, the fisher boy. that gets close to the heart, and take the story far and away beyond the ordinary. The last scone of the third act where Flotsam pniys, sentence by sentence, for forgiveness for her father, who is under the impression that he has conitnitte*! a murder with the broken down old salt following her word for word, is one of the stron.g. most pathetic, most heart-grip ping stage jdctures that have ever been put into any play. .Miss Thurston will be at the Grand Saturday, December -8. Flotsam, the character that Adelaide Thurston takes in her play. "The Girl From Out Yonder" has a pet that is probably unique. It i.s ncithing less than a turtle which she carries around in her iiocket and to which she talks very much as one would to a dog or a horse, although she has never tieen able to elicit any mark of intelligence from her hard shell |>et. The management of the Grand an nounces for one nicht. Monday. Dc rember :50. Charges H. Yale's "Paint ing the Town." with John P. I^n ard and Will Halliday, th;> two very funny comedians and Mazie King, the QueiMi of r >aiicers. as the two chie features. Miss King will l>e seen ir Utopia, or The I^nd of The Fancy which is said to bo a |2.nou.(io featun act and for which the vaudeville syn dicates bid all kinds of money for but which the Charles H. Yale Amus nient cnmpany have rseen fit to retail' with Charles H. Yale's "I'alnting th Town," and for tho exclusive tMjnofi' of its tl.ousands of patrons, they have utterly fal 'ed to sec an act that wa? anywhere near its *orth to them. boteacfM WANTED—PoBltIoil..«l^ or ^hamberin^ Addre^C. iLTfUK office ; I ' iii * Des Moines, la.. Dec. 2.T —Fir practically destroyed the \\". J. Pratt Wall Pai>er company here today. The loss is $ino .UOi>. An employee droj)- ped a match on the fourth fhwr with in a few feet of two carloads of tnatchi^. The fSames spread to the matches, and the dense smoke which issued practically prevented the firemen from effectually fighting the flames. ., , IffllV CIGAR SAUSSMAN WAM^^OdMA- perience unnecassarr. ^Iff- p «r_»ooOi and expensea. ledo. Ohio- AiTcMa . Peerleaa OSU.COL . To> WANTEU^^^-Sacoad hu< pop gun. Di^aira lOS atret. FOR SJOJS OR TRADH I niapio farm in MissckrL Jnqnlr* M4 Noctk. State. • • FOR SALB-;4)no good driviac korae BR « saddler. Also on* good-ailrauMl work mare. Inquire J. V. Robarts Music store; von SALli—Good Studebakar b |as- y. practically new. witli gooi acC ot f33.00 harness, for aala at Ho««id'a barn if taken in the next tew dhya at $80.00. • . FOR SALE OR TRADE—For jOOBg stock or team, bouse and lot. laqoira 327 North Elni. FOR SALE :—Steel range and aide- board, good as new. Dining diaira. rockers and other bousebold^goodai at half price. Inquire 213 Bast street!. FOR SAtE—Two 3 year oJd .cplta. one work mare, one yoong miile, aiz months old; one 6 year a'd'work horse, one good bred drlTlns horae and saddles. One rubber tire" nni'^ about. Inquire John V. Roberts Music Store. *^ West Side Square. FOR SALE—Or will trade (or good olear farm or |1000 propartr ^ln tola. !ialance in cash or notes; the Saydar Livery Barn, La Harpe. ; J. V. HowalL FOR SALE OR TRADE OR RENTr- Furnishings in the Baltlmoro House, with lease. Inquire 209 Soutli Buckeye. '• : - • ^ FOR SALE—No. 1 good heatlns stove; gas or coal; a perfect atova. ;09 South Buckeye. ' : FOR SALE—11800 stock o( grooar- .cs and atora flxtnraa. 401 Sootk Kentucky ttreat FOR SALE—A driving nara and >uggy. Horse city broke, aafo for ladr o drive. Inqnlra 833 Nortk atraet- -MKS. L<»>OWORTII IMPROVING. Daaghter of President to Leave foi Home Soon. Washington. Dec. '^i. —Mrs. Longworth has so far recovered from the effects of the operation for appendicitis that she will leave the White house Thursday for her own rest dence. Croup Out of Your hx every hotai in.tiie country whefe there sre bebies gxid youuf children there should be a boctk of Jayne's Expectortnt* Sveiy nothcr knows the dancer of Croap. Every mother should know this oldett nd most liable of Croup Remedies. Croop will have Httle terror for yoa if you alwajrs have a bokUe of DR. D. JAYNES EXPECTORANT at hand. This sfdendid remedy, given immedlatdy, ipiickly cures Crpop—Aoj cured it for several genera- \tionaaf babieSL It shookl be givea open the first symp- loaiS' or npoQ suspiciao of this di^f Bft. ' £GcK a botde of tins old and tried remedy—it win in•ore your ba^a bealdi and save yoa from worry. iaMkii FOR REST—Two unfuralshad •ooms, to reliable party. ""404 NOrth •-:iiH^ . FOR RENT—Three room bouae. W. \. Cowan. ^ l=— St. FOR RENT—House and bam. South Kentucky. Phone 998 2—2. FOR RENT—Five room house and *)am, three blocka -from aqnare. |S.0t. Whitaker & DonnelL STRAYEIH-Whita FrMich Poodle, collar tag number 358. Return to 311 > North First Reward. Its E(^noiny To hjive yoor Carpels , and Sngs deaned' by 9H0NB nti I.^DEPEKp£NCS DE9IBS Says Kate King's Heme Is la Was Arrested Satunfajr. 'Independence Reporter. One Nate King, wbo haila from folai l>lew into the city last evening, pro* cured a quart ot the diatlUed Uqaid, familiarly known as "red esre." pn>> ceeded to take on a quantity ot tlw^ flerly fluid, get mixed up irlth'-'^na- key" Kunts and land vltk bar tai^iia little room at the rear of tba .pollea sution. King paid a One ot |3 was allowed: to go kom*. The couple were fovad back of bill board on West Myrtle street .Main, by Patrolman Bamett and Vaa- Cleve. The'woman gave her naaia «a Viola Lee and put up m bond. This mofning a colored-man- ^P^ peared and wanted to=pIaad gailty tmr ibe woman 4n tbe aaaie orVMa Itaa and Cblef Oook refSaad t» alknrtllai to do so. felling Mm: -^t» "Viola.- Tbe man aald •aba; •Plnkey,- but later ber-b^ to tbe sUtlon and aald "(llidieyr ars»> ;not tbe one.'that aha «a» atdt hi;iM£> • Tbe Knntx voawa^waar paiolM^a- short time ago by ladae glaaa <i1lyat-~ ter she bad been saatsnetd tor acna'^a ^C: term in the conn^ Jail. " • ^ Kins was; for drunki dence aa bta beoe. : • •• ^.,:^^/^^Sf »mjhi:^ itiy^?":^:=3ii£Lif Come and:'8ao loan. Wabiadla laad'ara not |TM Badw ^Saf' »7 -awSi

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