Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 18, 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 18, 1908
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'1 1" ^^^^^^ R« It 's Slorm Will h» mtmHlM',0 QMmlmmm Smm our Wtmimwm Tb^ywlfik^jfom I0 mmSmoi your OkHsi' Practical Presents Are always the most appreciated—we have them here for you. Buy him a Suit or an Overcoat for Christmas. We will exchange same after Christmas or refund your money if the same is not satisfactory. Men's and Boys Gloves BOm to $3,00 Men's Neckwear from 2B9 to St.BO Men's and Boys' Shirts BOo to B2,BO Mulflers, Hosiery, Neckwear UmbrelUs SUiT CASES AND BAGS NIGHT ROBES. PAJAMAS HOUSECOATS. . BATH ROBES and \ LOUNGING ROBES Collar Ba^s Handkerchiefs, Fancy Suspenders, Fancy Vests Five More Shopping Days till Christmas Soolefy Qommlp —Fltegcnl^ iBto Llrery. Pbone. ; * + + WHEN COMES THE YULETIDE. As from their Christmas fires they rise With wide-flung arms to welcome me. So shall I sit the hours that pass. The placett loved and lost among. PerbapB some one :was thinking ot still, as of old, with pipe and glass me in anotiiei' country.—Roberi Louis SteTenson. jWtaen comes the Tule-time of the year "With fall of ere and dawn of morn. Tla tbeD my dreams fly far from here, . To seek t^e bills where I was born. TiB then the scenes I used to know " Call to m$ soul with hungering cry. Mine own white valley in the snow. - Uy river-and the starry sky. '> Here round me lies the flower-flamed land. ' That\kn6ws no Winter's sore tra- TiB welcome-warmed of heart and hand, And kindly with good friends and Jttte; / And. yet, and yet. oh. heart of mine. Wlien bn the year the, Yule days comc^ TIs then onie far white land 1 see— Vine jbwn land and the hills of , home' Tonij^t :wlth dreams of long ago. Ill .walk the well-loved path.s yore, Acroas the moonlit fields of snow. BravlM the winds from door «oor. And I shall see th« glad surprise In faces fond that used to be. of to For "WifeV Gift Yoa are no doabt worrying rifbl BOW ^bont what it will be. COBS right here and let u help yon. So many things we biftve to lOfg^^ tBC'c tUmisg h^re wosld convey but • v«|^ idea of their real beauty •nd #ofth. T^ke as aa example, * mtch, a rlof, a broodi, a band- fd#l^ foeoe of Libbey cut glass, i^i^rlliiir in diver, toilet sets, all feiriBdivldail oae, or if yoa want ' ^ittjg lor joiat pleasure, a cted^ tidMte sitver, china and etc. j^lHnipMrtciiitiaone half regular p^iceas loog aa it lasts. As once when life and love were young; And 1 shall hear the north wind blow. That calls me now, with haunting cry, To mine own valley in the snow. My river and the starry sky. . —.1. S. .VcGroarty in "Wander Songs." + 4- + King's Daughters to Meet Miss l^uise Hyde will have members of the Children's society of the 'Episcopalian church, Junior Daughters of the King, as her guests on Friday afternoon. I + * 1- Election of Officers. i The Aid society of the Christian church met yesterday afternoon to elect officers for the coming year. Mrs. H. A. Richardson was re-elected president, Mrs. Ludwick and Mrs. Core vice presidents. Xfrs.'Dunn treasurer, and Mrs. H. A. Synder secretary. The! plans for Christmas were talked about and several business matters concern-' ing the bazaar were disposed of. * + • For Mrs. Hutchinson. Mrs. C. A. Hutchinson who will leave soon for Independence to reside was happily surprised by a group of friends yesterday afternoon. The guests were members of R. N. A. camp 365 to which the guest of honor belongs. The afternoon was very informal with music and conversation and there was a supper at five o'clock. The souvenir of the day to the hostess was a handsome hand decorated |>late. Among those present were Afesdames Dwight Eakin. Fred Coffleld. Minnie Hyde. A. H. Hecox, \Vm. Gillow, D. 8. Sarver, J. E. Pow- eJl, E. D. Curtis, W G. Hutton, J. W. Reynolds, E. Houston. T. O. Long, Malonc. Trowbridge, J. E. Etherton, 8. E. Vaughn, J. A. Bryant, P. E. Moorehouse. T. A. Joyce, W. H. Lockwood. F. A. Wagner, C. Hllde- brandt. Grant Blllbe. Ida Davis, W. A. Woodruff, J. M. Thomas. + • • Mr. Wallls in Reciul. Mr. Frederick Wallis. of Kansas City assisted with a reclUI given by the Olney Music company last night. He sang these numbers: "My Dream" Tostl Trio. "O, Dry Those Tears . Del Rlego Mr. Smith, Mr. Stubenraucb, Mr. Henley. Solo, "Toy Anthem" Hatton Mr. Wallia was here two years ago for a recital which Miss Lora Cooper arranged. He haS spent a year in Europe since that time. + + * Aid Society. Aid society of the United Brethren church was among the auxil- s whieh met yesterday afternoon, meml^ers who were present assist n fintabing some of | the needlO' L i^icb !tbe society la dobv. GORHAM SoUd SUver! lu Knives, Forks, Table Spoons, Teaspoons; the best thing you can give for Christmas Gifts. Game Sets, Carving Sets, presents that will last. Rich Cut Glass. Beautiful Hand Painted China. .Handsome and useful presents in countless numbers will be found at this store at low prices and best quality. The Christmas Store, the place where you can depend 'on the things you buy. McNEILBROS. THE JEWELEB8. Beta Beta Meeting. One of the events of the week at the high school was a meeting of the Beta Beta society yesterday afternoon. The music was a pleasant feature of the occasion and some very good literary numbers were on the program. • + • Elks' InviUtlont Out The E:iks lodge has Issued Invitations for the ninth annual ball to be given on the evening of December 31, at their club rooms. The invitations are in the club colors, purple and white. The seal of the order ornaments the paper and the edges and the flap of the envelope are bordered in purple. • + • To Visit in Erie. Dr. and Mrs. A. V. Lodge and Miss Miargaret Lodge will spend the boll- da}-s with relatives at Erie. They will leave early next week. • ••• • Card Party. Miss lone Taylor happily entertained several friends at cards last evening at her home in Gas City. After the card gaiae refreshments were served at the tables. Miss Taylor 's hospitality was extended to Miss Ethel East. Hiss Rose Weith. Miss BUa Weltb, Miss May Stanton. Miss Ua Weith. Mr. Henry Preak. Mr. Bl- Tie OUliatt. Mr. Chas. Marsh, Mr. Chris Black and Dr. Leavell.. • • • Mrs. Remabarg Entartalnad. A ^roop of women who are aemr .ied;dibr^ xei^iiKWHKs of Mrs. —IUiupb «ts r^terday Afternoon, .'^e usiial work of^the sbcte^ was put aside and the deooraUona to be.used la the church at Christmas time were begun. The afternoon was very pleasant + • • Have Christmas Program. The Sunday school of the Reformed church is planning to have an en- teruinment on Christmas eve. A Christmas tree will be hung vilth Clfu and candy for the little folk and Santa Claua will be welcomed with music and reoitations. • • • MSt at Chitrch. The Baptist church was opened for a meeting of the Aid society yesterday afternoon.. Because of the approach of the holidays there will be no other meeting during December. The next meeting of the society will occur on t^te first Thursday In Janu ary. • • + Clinker Club Evening. The usual Thursday party was giv en at the Clinker Club house last night Twenty-five guests were there and the evening was given over to dancing and cards. Music was furnished by an orchestra which played the dances and also during the informal reception of guests. 4. ^. + Missionary Afternoon. The meeting of the Presbyterian Missionary society yesterday afternoon was one' of the most entertaining which has been given during the season. The hostess was Mrs. H. G Gates of South Washington avenue Two reports of meetings of interest to the society were given. Mrs E. N. Jones, who attended the convention of all societies of the county which was held at Humboldt in October told of many interesting things which occurred in those sessions and Mrs. H. A. Ewing gave a report of the Synodlcal meetings held in Salina in October. The subject for the part of the program featuring work fn foreign mis slon fields was on Syrna and the home mission Subject was, "Moun talneers of the South." Mrs. Hilscher had charge of that i)art of the pro gram on Syria and the lesson was made very interesting by a map talk given by .Mrs. John Devlin. Mrs. Hoi land and Mrs. .Miller read papers The music was contributed by Mrs. W. T. mtson and Mi^. Ross Clal borne. Mrs. Gates served luncheon after the program was finished. * * •!• Journal Official Paper. Club womeh who have memberships In organizations here which belong tn the state federation will be InteroKt ed in knowing of recent decisions con- cenilng official news. Reci >ntly thr State Journal was nnmod as the of flcial paper. The club meinbi'r is the lust put) Heat to II to have that di« tinctlon. + h • Visited Sister. .Mr. J. M. <}wyn left today for lili; home In Beaver City. Oklahoma. H( has spent the past two weeks witii liis sister, Mrs. J. .M. McClarnen. tioi S. Cottonwood street + + + Mist English Coming. Miss Luclie English will return tonight from Emporia to spend a vacation at her home here. She is attending the Emporia Normal school. + •• + To Visit Son. .Mrs. E. S. Thayer of Wichita is here to visit Mrs. R. N. Moore, 411 .South Cottonwood street. She will spend Christmas here. * + * To Be Married Christmas. Monroe Webster of the NeW York store, leaves iSunday for Seymour, .Mo. On Christmas day he will be unitwl In marriage to .Miss Bertha .Matlcy. The couple will return to lola to make their home. ^^^^^^^ Notlcn. Ail those wishing to an.swer letters written by children ot the Orphan's Home or in any way contribute to their Christmas are requested to leave gifts at the Shields' shoe store. MRS. L. F. PALMER. Berton aod Tyler Tummtkty Bight BASKET BALL Baker University vs. Auditorium Team Game Called 9:30 TflE ADDITORUIM TH HURRY THE WORK John Wenzel Says New Federal Building Wil Go Up as Fast as Possible. John Wenzel, supervising member of the firm of Dieter & Wenzel, of Wichita, contractors who are to erect the new post office building, is here today conferring with J. C. Reimlin- ger, a superintendent of construction. Plans for the excavations are being drawn and local contractors will be asked to have their bids for the work ready by next Monday. "We wni push the building work as fast as we can," Mr. Wenzel said this morning. "There will of course be some delay in receiving material but that is to be expected. We will begin excavating next week at the latest." Mr. Wenzel will probably go to Carthage tonight where his firm is erecting a public building. He will return next Monday. Mr. Reimllnger will remain here and keep things moving. N. A. A. TO INSTALL OFFICERS. Lodge to Have Special Meeting on January 7. The National Annuity association hold the regular meeting last evening in their hall. The team work was liractlced, some names balloted upon and several members initiated. The next meeting of the lodge will occur on January 7. At this time the newly elected officers will be installed and after the ceremonios there will be a picnic dinner. G. L. Berry, of Kan sas City, national president of the or der, and J. E. Truitt, also of Kansu.s City, will make addresses. There will l)e a musical program. MAKING UP THE DOCKFT. About the UstJai_Number of Cases for the January Term. C. E. Adams, c'erk of the district court, is now making up the January docket It will be ready for the printer In a few days. There will be about the usual number of civil and criminal cases. The Heaton case will probably attract the most attention. It is the action in which .Mrs. Arlle Heaton is charged with the murder of her divorced husband. Clint Heaton, In July last. WABTKD' 'BUmool^mmoum WANTED—Girl wanu place to do general housework. Call 209 South Tenth Street. WANTED—An exi>erienced saies- nt&n or grocery order man who wishes to work up a tea and coffee route. Good i>aylng business and permanent to the right party. For further particulars write or call on the Grand Union Tea Co., 704 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kas. WANTED—Good housekeeper; no washing or Ironing. Must be good cook. .Mrs. J. W. Coffey. WANTED TO RENT—About January Ist to loth, seven or 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, Rooms 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. ' ————— FOR JUEMTT- BHmomUmmmoum FOR RENT—Three room house on North Walnut. Inquire 211 North Walnut. P'OR RENT—Eight room, modern house with barn; 520 South Walnut Phone 249. FOR RENT—Two furnished downstairs rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 1294. 228 North Third. FOR SAUS-BUmomllmmmoum FOR SALE—Good horse; cheap. Call mornings or noon, or after (> p. ni. Phone 293. Bigus Fruit Stand, east side square. FOR SALE—Good young work horse. Dr. .Mclntyre, Gl.S South Walnut. FOR SALE—Fine residence lot, one lilock from street car line and one block from high school. Phone 412. FOR SALE—Two Bush & Gerts pianos 'Slightly used, left with me for sale by Chanute p .irties. These are bargains. John V. Itni).n.s .Mii.->.i store. Business Digcctofy, JOHX G. WOODEK, X. D. « * Physician and Snrgeon * Orer Burrell's. Pbone 142. * * BR. MFXILLEN, * Special attention given to the * treatment of all Chronic Dlseas- * es and Diseases of ChildreiL * Telephones: Oflice 32, Res. 232 Office over Burrell's Drug Store • * • F. H. MARTIN, • Surgery and Disqasea of * Women. • Office and Residence Phone 576 • Office 7 North JelTeraon. • « • • • • Phone 687. Res. 701. • DR. 0. L. COX, • Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. * Spectacles Properly Pitted. • Office A. O. U. W. Bldg. • JEWELERS. B. F. Pancoast, old reliable Jeweler, 110 East Street l^odge Ditectoff KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASt-Neoaho Lodge No. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P. Hall. Visiting brothers Invited. W. S. Thompson, EJ. C. Chris Rltter. K. of R. and S. KNIGHTS OF MACCABEES^ Knights of Maccabees of the World meets In K. P. Hall second and fourth Saturday nights of each month. J. W. Postwalt, commander; R. B. Porter, record keeper. _ W. 0. W'.^amp Np. 101 meets In T. Steele. C. C. A. H. Davis, Clerk. Visitors cordially invited. M. W. A^The M. W. A. Lodgs meets every Friday night In M. W. A. Hall. Visiting brothers invited. P. C. Coffleld, V. C. W. A. Cowan, Clerk. LOSf mm*M IUUHU LOST—Lady's gold watch and fob, diamond set in back; initial B. G. T. engraved on front. Return to this office. Reward. FOR MXOHA/ieE Case Is Dropped. The damage suit begun' by the late D. P. Morgan against Dr. F. H. Peters was formally dropiiod this morning In district court by .Attorney V. J. Oyler. Soon after bringinK the action .Mr. .Morgan died. On Bank Guaranty Law. Not only are politicians and etafes- nien discussing the bank guaranty law but the pupils in the high school are interested the pro^ posed law was the que^stlon for debate between the two literary socie- iea of the school. Fred Steele and Dean Billbe upheld the affirmative side of the question and John Laury. Jr., and Claude Nigh defended the neg ative. The teachers acted as judges and gave the decision to the negative. Both sides acquitted themselves creditably. Two Horses Strayed. While unloading horses at the Santa Pe yards here, E. M. Glasscock allowed two of them, a gray and a bay to escape. The gate at one end of the yard was broken and the horses es caped before repairs could be made. They have not yet been found. High Grade JEWELRY \Vr liarc tlie iurgetit and moot com* plete line of HMTCHES from the very sniuilest Ladlew* Watches, to the large Ntze Genlx' WatchvM at prk-ew from JH8.(>0 TO »40 .<M» BRACELETS Just received a large shipment of all new designs in Bracelets. If you're thinking of buying give us a'call. J. W. Coffey^ $on iUccliisIye Jewelers Past-Side Square TO EXCHANGE FOR LIVESTOCK. —Eight room house, good locatkin, loia. Price ?1S00; mortgage $600. Equity for live stock, feed or implements. lOLA LAND CO.MPANY. ROYAL NEItiHBOBSr-Iola Camp No. SC.';, Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. F. A. W)agner, oracts. Mrs. Mary Hutton, 413 West Street, Recorder. FRATERNAL BROTHEBHOOD,- Fraternal Brotherhood Na 389 meets second and fourth Thursday of eac)l month in A. O. U. W. Hall. VlsIUng members cordially Invited. W. H. Anderson, president; GoId& Elam aocre- tary. Six Clear La Harpe residences |7000 and 13000. Cash for merchandise or farm. W. O. Lenhart, lola, Kas. obooooooooooooooo O PI:BLIC SALE. O O Four years experience In the sale O O ring prepares me to give un- O 0 equalled and guaranteed service O 9 as an auctioneer. My service free O 9 for a few sales. Reference, Allen O O Co. SUte Bank. E. E. Tickers. O 9 Phone 835. 1204 N. Jefferson O 90000000000000000 OUR TELEPHONE is constantly ringing these days. Now is the time, you know, to have all the summer dust cleaned out of your carpets. We are busy, but your order will receive prompt and careful attention. Phone us today. iOU RUG FACTORY Phone SIO. ECHO OF TIN WARE "Sport" Editor Was Canned (7) and Therefore Thinks Go-Devils Won't Play. The sporting editor of the Chanute Sun still maintains that the football team of that city is a thing of the past But this was expected. The Sporting Editor was formerly manager of the team. The team disbanded for a short time. It is said because of the constant friction between the members of the team and the manager. Captain Peterson who haa charge of the team since Its re-organ­ isation, has assured Manager Ellis of the Triplets that the Go-Devils will certainly be here for the Christmas game regardless of newspaper reports. Do you want a Beautiful Silk Flag, 2x3 feot? Up-to-date; 46 stara; made of. fine twilled silk;; beautiful colors A nice Christmas present or. a ioa renir for the home. Send 11 ,60 aod yoa will rMelTe fka Daily and- Sonday Jouraal -threa •aonlhs and on« of thea* flacs. . Addnsa i TH» JCANSAf CITT iOOiNUk 'XaBsaa eit^^' _ A Few Artistic BOOKS Tbe Old Masters and Thetr Pictnres, full page illustrations, by Sarah Tytler. Literary By-Paths of Old England, beautiful pictures, by Henry C. Shelley. The Rnlned Abbeys of Great Britton, by Ralph Adams Cram. Famous Americaa Songs In leather or cloth binding, by Gustave Kobbe. Boston Days, Concord and IW Famous Authors, by Lillian Whiting. Weather Opinions, a book of quotations with interleaves on weather subjects by Jennie Day Haines; a very tinique book from a San Francisco publisher. The 'First Fulio" Shakespean^ by Charlotte Porter and llellen A. Clark; 40 volumes of the famous first ti-xt of i623, Shakespitars In the original spelllpg and pronunciation. Come In and see them. .Hlnuie .Marvels ot Nature by John J. Ward. Child's Stories from the masters many lUustratlons, by Maud Manatee. Little Books on Art about the old Artists. Evans Bros BOOK STORE Pleased WHk C««a^ Farp. The county' comoilasioBera were pleased with the appearaUca oCthe poor farm on their renlar. mp^thly trip yasterdar. -.The addi^tm to the n Is nittrlr eganpletsd. 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