Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 26, 1907 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, December 26, 1907
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FrMman-Donovtn Nuptials. On Christmas eve, at the home of the bride 's parents, Mri anO. Mrs. R. M. Freeman, 210 Wes^ street, was sol ' omnlzed the marriafe of Miss Stella Freeman to Mr. Ruby B. Donovan, a smeltermaa at Lanyon No. 1 works. Both arc widely known; In this city, especially in church work, and have scores of friends who regard them as cstlmab'e and -promising young pea pie. Rev. O. G. Mlssamore. pastor of the United BrethecQ church, officiated. Promptly at six o'clock the bridal party, led by the pastor, marched into the appropriately decorated parlor to the strains of Loengrin's wedding march, played by Miss LlUIc Adams, and. there, in the presence of a few intimate friends and the immediate relatives of the contracting parties. Rev. Missamore pronounced tho words that united the happy coupla for life. The bride was attired in a beautiful wedding gown of white mohair, wearing a boquet of oransc blossoms. The proom wore the conventional black, Mr. Chas. May acted as best man,' and M:ss Llnnie Adams as bridesmaid. Alter showers . of congratulations from those present a two course luncheon wns ser\ed. after which the guests departed wishing Mr. and Mrs Donovan a long and prosperous mnr- ried lite. A n umber of boa\nir«l and useful presents were given to thoni ns a token of the high esteem and best wishes of their friends. Those -who witnessed the ceremony were: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Howland. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Holland, Mrs. S. A. Thompson. E. A. Brooks, Chas. WIW- iams, Irl Donovan, Mable Williams, May Algers, Eva Fowler, I^ols and Ethel Bennett, Eunice Missamore, Mr. and Mrs. R. M." Freeman, Jlr. and Mrs. Charles Freeman, Mr. and Mrs •Wlalter Freeman,- Edna Freeman, Ma rie Freeman and Glennie and Lucilc Anderson. • • Mrs. C. B. Spencer and daughto Lucpne are visiting relatives and friends in Lawrence. * • * Miss Faye McDowell went to Bartlesville tbis aftSsrnoon lor a weeks visit with frienda • • • Mr. Elvie Giliiitt spent Christmas with friends in Fort Scott. .* + Mrs. Abner ^\'^litc returnod borne yesterday from Ottawa where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. D. Scott • * * Mrs. J. E. Jones, 323 South Sycamore, entertained'a few friends at dinner yesterday. * • Raymond and Ross McAlister are visiting at the home of their brother. Removal Sale AT St wall's Je^telry Store Is ^lilt Gqiag On. First door North Poslof fice Mr. "William? and family of lola, an Miss Iva Cole. * * + Ireland Orvison. Yesterday at ^noon Miss Mary Ireland and Mr. Lloyd Orvison were mar ried at the h^ome of the formers sister, Mrs. S. A. Card. 322 South Wash ington. These young people are from Bronson and. are well • and favorably known here. Mrs. Orvison has a great many friends here, being one of the \i\?.h schoo'. praduates in 1905. After the ceremony' and congratulations, bounteous (iinper was scrycd to the following: Mr. and Mrs.. Wm. H. Ire. lend, Harry .and Eva Ireland, of Bron son. Fred Ireland. Miss Grace Bisler and Mr. and Itrs. S. A. Gard and fam lly. • • • The Eclipse Dance. The most i-laboratc affair ever given by the Eclipse club took place last evening.when the club entertain ed the students who are at hom' spending the fiolldays. with a dance In the Masonfc hall. About forty couples were present and danced un til a late houi. The hall was very prettily decorated for the occasion f»nR strearaertf of cerise and tur quoise fastened from the shaded lights and forming squares gave an added touch of beauty to the room Punch " and wafers were served throu.ghout, the; evening. A full or chestra was present and furnished the best of music. ,Th3 grand march began at 9:15 and was led by Mr. an^ -Mrs. E. D. Shields. A partial list of those in attendance follows;. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Shielils, Mr. and MVs. Fred Gcrbitz, Mr. an.l Mrs. Mont Palmer -Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Redfem. Mr. and .^frs. Bruce Osbom, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Balliett Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brandt Mr. and Mrs. 3. D. Mundls, Misses Nannie Faddis.* Cora Klein, Hazel Dingnian. Josephine Riddle, Ruby Hcl^ Icr. Jeanetto Tjler, Ix!la Holmes, .Tennle Dogett Helcne Tholen, Ros.-^ Woith. Gladys Korthrup, Ethel Hor ton, Conway, Bertha Dogett. Blnllt Hoch, Nettie BrJgham. Grace Bedal'. E!ma Bartlett, Florenoa Hobart Bar Para Fry, Pearl Whcatley. Edith Ray. Maymc Anderson. Mary Northrup and Messrs. Herbert All^n, Guy Pees. Otto Hough. •George I^ngacre. Earnest Cof felt John I.<ovoea. Claude ^Wght. Sfward Blxby. Luther Parman. Henry Wl h. McAlister. .209 North Cotten-f A'^'" FVrfls..Paul Cooper, IxJ- wood. • * * Miss Clifford Mlicholl. superlnten dent of the Gas City schools, and sis ter. Miss Plorenc" Mitchell. left yes terday for iToiMjka, to attend the State Teachers' Association. * • Fainily Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole, of 201 North Buckeye, entertained the following yesterday at a family reunion: Mr. and Mrs. Luther Stone, of Kansas City, Wiilllam Cole and family, of LaHarpc, George Cole and family of Gas City, Mrs. Nelile Smith, of La- Harpe, Frank Bock and wife, of Tola, IKsNEIL BROTHERS. mrjnM^tiiM. StUl in btistness, still selling honest goods at remarkably low prices. Liberal discounts till the first of the year. ralne Northrup. Harvey Howard. Phil Stover. George Hiint. Herman Tholen. Charley Wharton, .Mr. Wasson. >"ew ton Brlgham. Frank Bedell. EJarl Bart lett Mr. Rus8. of Pittsburg. Clark. Lynn Coffey. Wbldo Coffman. Mac Curtis. • • • Mrs. Joshua .Btitler and Miss Inn went to Kansas City for a short visit yesterday. • - • * * Miss Margaret Hyde, of Leavenworth came in frpm I.«wrence yesterday for a visit with her slaters. Misses Etoima. Louise and Bess Hyde. • • + Will Entertiain Sorosls Club. Mrs. L. H. Wftsliard will entertain the members of tije Sorosi^ club at her home. 315 Soulh Walnut, with a chafing dish luncheon next Wednesday afternoon. ; • ^* Miss Margaret Tholen spent Christ mas with re'atives In Humboldt. • +. * Entertained'at Dinner. tjicrg. C. J. DOMW was among the laffles who entertali^ at dinner. Covers were laid for }lev. and Mrs. W. H. Garfield ,Mr. andvMrs. John Wood- fBd Un. Blwaii^ "Bauiag, ' Miss i^iM^a«Btarfce;r> IB*" ^ectrlee Dozsee and Mr. and Mrs. Dozsee. : Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Farmer and Mlas !Dora Farmer left yesterday for Emporia to spend the remainder ot the week with relatives and friends. • • • Mrs. R. S. Asplnall, 304 West Mad, iBon. entertained with a family dinner yesterday. i • • • HoU Vamer spent Christmas with his brother In Moran. • * * Mrs. C. C. PettengUl and daughters Marie and Margaret of Stafford, Kas. who have been the guests of J. J Vamer, 305 South Washington. 1:^11 this morning for Moran, where they will visit before returning to their home. th «B Koanr aa» ••fferlBC fKua •noJi'tTnatilac.'' ChtM. H. Balpm. lU K-'IUt St.. Knr York. M. T. PtMMnt. PalUable. pB**jit,TwM0«od. DoOood. .Vstor i -lekaa. Waakaa or OHpe. l*c. Br. Mr. Kmw •ol.l In balk.. Th» c >B «la« taLM •Utmpeii CCO. InarattirMi to eara <.r yvar muuvT buci. ; Sterlinc Remedy Co.. Chlcaco or N.Y. sqfl XMNUAL SALE, TE« MILUON BOXES Mr. and Mrs. William Gard are spending-a few days with Mr. and Mrs. William Ford In Bronson. + + • Mr. and Mrs. Homer Henderson are here from Chanute visiting M^s. Henderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C CoflBeld. They arc also visiting Mr. Henderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Henderson. * • • Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Holmes enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Wra. BIckford at dinner yesterday. * * MV. and Mrs. James Finley. 50G South street, entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Keys at dinner yesterday. * • + W. C. T. U. Meeting. The W. C. T. U. will meet tomorrow .nfterpoon with Rev. and Mrs. Mason, 219 South Buckeye. A! very interesting program has been arranged for the meeting. A report will be civen of the National Convention held recently in Nashville, Tenn. * + + Steele-Coblentz. Yesterday at noon occurred tho marriage of Miss Josephine Stt>ele to .Mr. Ra'iih Coblentz. The weilding was a home affair, just the relatives of the young people being pre.sont. After the ceremony a regular Christ mas dinner was served. Mrs. Cob- 'entz is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Steele, of AIH North Sycamore, and has lived In lola for tho past six vears. By her pleasing manner slu' has won a large circle of friendj during the time she has been here, who xtend their best wishes. Mr. Colh lentz has lived here nearly all of his life and enjoys the respect and os- tnem of a'l who know him. He Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. David R. Coblentz. of 617 South Washington. Tlioy will make their home In lola. * • + Mr. and Mrs. J. R. I^ughlln. .SO."; South Chestnut street entertained a number of friends at dinner yesterday. * * * Mrs. Mllo Daughters came in Tuesday from Lincoln. Nebr.. to attend the Gllham-Lleuranco wedding. * * • Miss I.oueIla GHham is here visit-' Ing her parents. Mr. :.nd Mrs. James I Gllham, 614 South Buck?ye. * * * I Colored Man Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thompson, 514 North Washington, entertained the following friends at dinner yesterday: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Thomp.son. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Nigh. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Coutant and Miss Kate Coutant * * • Gilham.1.ieurancr. Tuesday evening. December 24. at :oO p. m., Miss Mary B. Gilham W.TS united in marriage to Mr. Walter Lieurance. at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gllham. 614 South Buckeye. The wedding was a quiet one, only the Immediate relatives being present. These young people need no Introduction as they have lived here for a number of years and are well and favorably known. Their many friends wl'l be glad to learn hat they will reside In lola. They ill be at home In a few days at 405 South Buckeye. * • • Mr. .ind Mrs. W. Vaught. of 21G South SiTcond. were among the Christmas entertainers at a family reunion. * • • Among the Xmas events was a delightful family dinner, given by Mr. and Mrs. W^ B. Levack. at their home. 203 Michigan avenue. The house was beautifully decorated with customarj- holly and mistletoe. Dinner was served to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thornton, Mr. and .Mrs. W. A. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. Milton. Jay Knickerbocker. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark. Mr. S. J. Thornton, Mr. Rob Thornton. Mr. G. O. Thornton, Louis Thornton, Frankie Thornton, Stanley Thornton, Fannie Thornton. .Nellie Thornton. Mamie Thornton, WJnnifred Thornton. Evelln Thorn-;, ton. Fern Thornton^ Dollie Sullivan. * •• Another Christmas Wedding. Miss Ethel Vezle was united in marriage yesteFday at noon at the home of her parents. Rev. and Mrs. N. L. Vezie, at 424 North Wfelnut, to Mr. Charies Corfner. Promptly at 12 o'clock the bridal party entered the parlor where In front of a large bank. of palms and ferns the ceremony was performed by the bride's father, Bev. N. L. Vezle. The wedding march was played by Miss Laura Settle. The bride was gowned in white crepe de diene made over white taffeta and 1 carried orange blossoms. The wore a black erening suit This wed­ ding was the culmination of a pretty little romance which began when the young people attended Campbell college a few years ago at Holton. Kansas. Mrs. Cortner Is a teacher in the Washington building and will finish her school term. She has lived in lola a number of years and has tho best wishes of a host of friends. Mr. I Cortner is associated with W. C. Allsup in the dry cleaning business and by his courteous manner has won many friends. Following la the list of those who witnessed the ceremony and afterwards partook of the dinner which was s erved immediately after the wetlding: Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Thompson, of Toronto. Kans.. Mr. and Mrs. V>lm. Vezie, Mrs. \Vm. "Davis, Mrs. B. Vemm, Mrs. J. U Harbaugh. Mrs. F. Ixmgsbore, Misses Maude, .Mabel and Ella Vezie. Miss Clara Davis, and Miss Laura Settle. On account of the serious illness of tho groom's mother, none of bis relatives .were present Mr. and Mrs. Vezle will be at home at 424 North Wialnut THAY ARB FRESH. A choice a^rtment of this popular brand at CRABB'S. When yon bay l^wney's Chocolates here, our personal pledge of their freshness goes With them. Get yoar next candy at Crabb's and see how well it pleases you. CRABB'S DRUG STORE, Comer Washington and West Sts. ' • PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY Card of Thank*. We wish to thank all of our friends for their sympathy and help in our recent bereavement B. M.. COUTANT. MRS. B. M. COUTANT. K. L. COUTANT. DS. MeXILI<Eir, * Special attention given to the *. treatment ct all Chronic Dtsaaa- * es and Diseases of Children. * Telephones: Office 32, Res. 233. * Offlce in Mrs. Tamer's Bldg.. * West Madison'. • Phona «87. ' Ret 70L .DR. 0. L. COX. * Bye. Bar, Nose and Throat * Spectaelaa Properlz Fitted;• Offlce A.O.V.W. Bldg.' MAKE $14,000 DEAL M. Miller and & Wilson Consummate a Big Purchase. Offlce Phone 108S. Night Phone 406. DS. K. tl. CHRISTIAir. PhyiJcJu aai Sarge*!. Rooms 7 and S. Brana Bldg. * Fbona S64. fola, Kana. DB. EDITH S. AlIfiH. * Office and Residence orer Bnr- * ren 'a Drug Stora. * Office Honrs—10 to IS a. m, I * to 4'p. m.. 7 to 8 erenlogs. * Snndaya by Appointment F. H. MlRTCr, Surgery and Diseases of^ Women. Office and Residence Phone 576 Office 7 North Jefferson. • • Deeds were filed In tho register ot deed's office today showing the trans for of 144 lots and a strip of land In the city of Petrolia. from the PctroHa Refining company to Mike Miller and G. W. WSIson. The consideration In the deed was $14,000. The fees for filing the papers reaches! $22.65. Most of the lots In tho deeds are in tho first addition to Petrolia. Rrts. Tel. 198. Offlce Tel. 163. * DB. J. B. PEPPBB. • Deatlst. • * Is permanently located over • * E. C. McClaln'a Clothing Store. * * and Is prepared to do all kinds * * ot up-to-date dental work. * * E^rentng work by appointment * DB. w. B. HETunnr. Fhyaklai. * Sarscta. Offlce N. E. Comer of Sqnara. Over K. G. Plnmbing Co.*! Stora. Res. Tel 38. Offlce TaL SOS. P. L. Lathrop. • Mra. Bessie G. Lathrop. . • OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICUKS. • Special attention given to Dls- * eases of Women and CtaUdrao. • Over East Side Hardwar*. * Offlce 'Phone, Main 468. • Plenty of money to loan on farms. I, Other companies have quit but we are', still doing business. The ncdwei'.-1 Ray Realty Co. ir. H. UTDEBaOH, Ittenieyrat-Law. Notary and Stenographer In Offlce. Phone' 456. JACKSON'S REGULAR DONATION. * HiA.Ewlag. S.A .Oard. O.K.Gard • EWOTG, OABD * CilBD, • • lawyen. • * Practice in aU OovtH • • l)i W. Madison. FhoM ML * Did Not Fail in Annual Visit Wlilllani Jackson, colored, late from Baldwin. Kas., this morning dcHvend"j Ills Christmas present to Police Judge Collins. It is not an uncommon thing for "Bill" to be in police court on thej morning after Christmas. Last year, ho contributed $5 and costs on thej monilng after a "merry Christmas." Yesterday he was thoughtful enough to tank up on cider and come around and make his annual presentation of "Five and costs." PRISONERS GET XMAS DINNER. Mrs. Bollinger Prepares Big Feast for County Boarders. Restaurant M9roham1a'Lm»eh2So Everything in Season. SHORT ORDERS OF ALL KINDS LOOae DIREOTORY. DAXGEB OF CATABBU. Unless Properly Treated With Ilyo- mel. Becomes Serious. The prisoners at the Allen county; jail were yesterday treated to a Christmas feast. The prisoners al- w ays expect something other than tho usual bill of fare and yesterday was no exception. Instead of the regular noon day bill of fare they were given baked chicken and dressing, mai^bed potatoes and gravy, beans, cold slaw, coffee acd pic. Mrs. Bollinger, wife of Sheriff Bollinger, prepared the dinner. »TEYER*S OROCERY H«a4«aartan IN Good Thing; to Eat. Tele|>hoDe 159 R, S. GIUIUJUI, Ocacial Caabaciav* Tlagstone and Cement ^dewalka ana Cnrbtng a Specialty. OBee lU Baat JaANB kn. Catarrhal troubles are far more dangerous than they seem at first thought. if you have catarrh, there Is an irritated state of the mucous membraue and weakened tissues which afford an ideal lodgment and culture medium for disease germs, especially those ot consumption. You should get cured as quickly as possible before any dangerous germs that you may breathe lodge on the diseased tissue and work destruction in tho throat and lungs. The easiest, simplest, quickest surest and cheapest way to cure catarrh is by the direct method, breathing Uyomci. This wonderful medicated 'air treatment does not drug and de- j range the stomach, but Is breathed in, .'directly following and destroying all {disease germs tb'at may have been inhaled. The unusual way in which Hyomcl is sold by Chas. B. Spencer is the best evidence of his confidence in the treat ment and should dispel all doubt as to Its curative properties. He agrees to refund the purchase price to anyone wl)om Hyomel fails to benefit, and you do not risk a cent in testing its healing virtnes. A complete outlft cost bnt 11.00 If it helps you, not a cent if It does not do all that Is claimed for It OIGHTS OF MACCABEES.— Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in K P. Hall, second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. J. W. Post wait, commander; R. B. Por- -^t ter, record keeper. W. 0. Winamp No. 101 igucU la K. of P. Hall every Friday nll^t V, T. Steele, C. C; A.H.D»^ Cltam Visitors cordially Invited. . OI6HT8 OF FTTHIli^* oA^ Lodge No. 43 meets every :lfi ada» nl^t at K. of p. HalL Vlalti m bro' thera invited. W.aThompaoa. IXa; Chris RItter, K. ot R. and B. . m, W. A ^Tbe M. W. 4. Lodfla meets every Friday nii^t In IL W. A. balL Visiting brother* Invited. W.H. Andeiaon. V.a; W-A^Gowant^ Cl«i «i BOTAL KSIGlIBOBa.—lola' CaaM No. 366, Royal Neighbors. maeU aao* ond and fourth Taeadaya oC aaoS month. Mra. F. A. Wagner, orael*; Mrs. Mary Button, 4U W--' WCPm, Recorder. FBATEBNAL BBOTHSBHOODr^ Fraternal Brotherhood Na tilH maata second and fourth Thursday of each month In A.O.XJ.W. HaU. Visiting merabera oordialy Invited. W.H.AB* derson. prealdent; Golda Elaaa. tary. Jaalar Order United ABcrteu ¥»• chaalea^— Meets every Wedneailay evening at 8 o'clock m K. P. HalL All visiting members invited. B. A. Wldick, Councelor; C. B. Black, Beo. Secretary. BUSmESSOmUEOTORY JKWXUBBB. B. F. Paneoaat. old rallaUa Jawalar, 110 East street Ltvinqatoo ^ Co Caatractan aad WtMtn, AU kinda of wock a speeSalty 0 8e «tk W§U TEAOH SHOmtAMD Miss J. Katharine give private Weapons. Syatem a specialty. Hartky wiU Benn Pitman

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