Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 21, 1908 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, December 21, 1908
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2 THE lOLAiPHLJ BSCOSTBB, MONDAY. ienSISG, D£C Store open NigMlB Until Christmas Sa0 our WUitows Thay WUJ hBt/tyOu to smlaoi your ChH^i- Copvrl^ht i9cit br 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 50o io S3.00 Men's Neckwear from 25o to SI.80 Men's and Boys' Shirts 50o to S2.BO .AVufflcrs, Hosiery, Neckwear Umbrellas SUIT CASES AND BAGS NIGHT ROBES, PAJAMAS HOUSECOATS, BATH ROBES and LOUNGING ROBES Collar Ba^s Handkerchiefs, Fancy Suspenders, Fancy Vests 3 More Shopping Days till Christmas Soolety Gossip —FJtx^erald. into Llrery. rboD*-. * •!• * Some ChrUtma* "Don'tt." An exchange prints thfse remiii'IiT:! of things to be iloiie in prpparlii,; for Christmas: Don't wait until the last honr Ijlows before Christmas eve to get these necessary thln«s in the hoil:-ie: Plenty of ribbon. Spools of tinsel thread. Reams ot white tissue paper. Sheets of heavy white wrapping paper. Boxes of fancy seals. Large boxes of holly decorated cards on which to write one's name instead of using visiting card:;. A large ball of small twine. A package of stiff brown jiaper for wrapping express bundles. An itemized list of what has been bought, for whom it was botiKht. an-' whether it has been wrajiped and addressed. • * * • Priscilla Club. Mrs. Millard P. Sickly and .Mrs. A. W. Howland will entertain the Priscilla club on Wednesday at Mrs. Sic!c- ly's home, SIC South Washiugioii ave. * •:• + Here From Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. E. \V. Lemasters. of Pittsburg, are spending two weeks vith relatives here. FOR "DAUGHTER'S" CHRISTMAS GIFT! Father uatuntlly Uiinlcs of u 'n 'atcb, a Pfn, Rroorb, Bracelet or Lorfcel ax HOiuethlflfr tlut ilau«riit- er will »M' sure iv apprwiat/'—few girlti there are who would nut lie p^riectly rharaed to rwrtrv oue ot the InnunKTablp examples wc arp offerloir in the artirleit nieu- Uoned. Take the lorketti an an Inittanre. We have tbem diamond atndded or pttarl wet, chased or pngrared, deKignii in relief or Dimple tracerjr of quaint pattern*— all Niseti. fl.od Ip. MIM Capp Here. .MIKS F'oni Capp. of i^wreiice. is Kpendiiig the lioliday.s with lier sister, Mrs. T. S. Stover. • •:• • Alta Seta Meeting. The Alta Seta club will have a mi-etlng tomorrow at the home of .Mrs. S. S. Hllscher. SOC Sotith Washington avenue. Tin; gifts and donn- tions to be distributed among i)oor families will lie collected at that time. Music Club. Mr.s. Carlton B. Crick and Mrs. R. N. McMillan. 309 West Madison avenue, will entertain the Ladies' .Musie Club tomorrow afternoon. * * • Club Member Published. The Christmas Club Member is out —^with Blashfield's Christmas Bells for a cover, an Interesting pioneer letter written in Bluemont, Kas., in 1861; an article by the editor. Mrs. Lllla Day Moore, on "The Rvolutioil of the Rui;." and the usual deparll- nients for contents. ' • •> -SY Society to Meet. ! There will be a special meeting anr rally of the Y society in the W. C. Ti U. rooms on .lackson street tomorrowj night. The meeting is called to nice .Miss Zoe Atchison who is taking' s short vacation from her temperance work to spend Christmas at the fam- ;iv home here. •> • • Christmas Dance. The Marchineal club has asked guests for a dance to be given on GORHAM soKd smm In Knives. Forks, ''n^We Spoons, Teaspoons; the be.'it thing you can give for Christ­ mas (lifts. Came Sets, Carving Sets, presents that will last. Rich Cut Glas.s, Ueantiful Hand Painted China. Handsome and useful jiresenls in coiintle.-'.i numbers will 1>€ found at tlil.s store at low prices and best quality. Tlte Christmas Store, the jilaco where ytiu can de­ fend on the things you buy. * the tree arranged for the Christmas treat * • • TQ Visit Miss Bartlett. | Miss Amy Dysert.of "Vates Center/ is In the city, the guest of Miss Elma Bartlett. j.. j Here For Christmas. I Miss Faye Xoyes who has a school at! BrOnson this year, will come to lola on Thursday to siiend Christmas with her parents. • •:• • For Miss Fitzgerald. One of the pleasant affairs of the winter for brides-to-be was a party which Miss Alice McGowan gave on Saturday evening for Miss Grace Fit/.; gerald. The house was |)rofnsel.v trimmed with Christmas green and paper bells and ropes of tissue crepe In red and green hung from corn -Ms ot tixe room to the -laniiis and over the table in the dining room where an oyster supper was served. Gueaaing contests were enjoyed and there were several games of flinch. The souvenir of the evening to the honor guest was a chocolate set. Those present were Miss Mary .McKinney, Miss .Maude McKinncy, Millie Orr, .Mlas Stella Rlxler, Miss Agnes Munson, .Misa Oertrude Fitzgerald, Miss Grace Fitzgerald. Alberia .Munson. Mr. Street, .Mr. Albee Mel- gele. Mr. Ballon lU^lgeie. Bert Fitzgerald, Mr. Dwight McCarty, ^Ir. Hiig- gan and .Mr. Bert Horn. •> • '> Garnett Young Ladies Here. Mi 'sB Harriet Davis and .Miss 'i^tlul Davis of Garnett. are here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamilton. .Miss Kthil Davis is soelily .di- tor of the Garnett News. •:• •:• • To Visit Mother. Mrs. Fii'd Bill.^. •'.")!• South Colion- wood street bavos tomorrow lor Ft. Sr>ott. She will visit with her nic )ti ;<T. ^ A A Here From Burton. Mr. .loe Elam of Burton, is a giiost of his daushter. Mrs. J. Price. •5- i- •:• To Visit Relatives. .Mr. anil .Mrs. .lames Elam. nf Wh-h- ita, an- hi-re to sp'-nd ("liristnia.-! with relalive.s ainl iiitiiliati- fjii-iid.s-. •> A Guest of Friends. .Miss Delia I-Vttcrs loft on Saturday for Burton to visit f.-i<iids. Sin- will r/'H»aiii Ihi'n- lor Ilic; luiil-wiiili'r v;:(.-;s- tion. Tuesday N/gM BASKET BALL Baker I'niversUy vs. Auditorium Team Wedmday Hlghi Militia Inspection Mumlo Ohrlsinias Af' tmrooon 2:30 io 4s30 IDE AUDITORIUM WAMTEO'^ 'mimomllmmmoum I BflSifleSS DbectOtf. WANTED—Man and wife without children to work on farm. Address,! Adamson Bros.. loia. or see Dairy I wagon at postoffice every day from I \ to i::;o p. ni. JOHX G. WOODIA', M. D. Physician and Surgeon W.ANTED—Good housekeeper; iio| washing or ironing. Must be good cook. .Mrs. .1. W. Coffey. Over Barren's. • * » Phone 142. *»*•»«» W/\NTED TO RENT—.A.bout Janu-l. ary 1st to inth. seven or eight room j modern house, close in; east side preferred. Apply to R. G. Hall at Acid Works. WANTED—Two young ladlea to solicit. C. P. Florence, Rooms 10 and n, Evans Block. NEW CARS ARE HERE WANTED—All kinds of second hand household furniture.—The loIa Furniture Exchange, A. W. Beck. Prop. Phone 25. .\d(litlunal Kullinff Stuck for the lola Kleotrlc Arrlve.s'at Last. WANTIOiJ—Girl for general lioiis.'- [work at iWJ South Walnut. Three of the five street cars bought of the International liailway of Buffalo, to rei)lace the cars burned in the car barn fire at the lola Electric power house .several weeks ago, arrived tills morning. The work of unloading them began at oiiee and this afternoon number 174 made its firist trip over tile iwai line. Frank E. Smith secretary of the .Allen cotiiity fair association, was the first jiassenger on the new car. The cars arc 40 feel long and have side seats. TIio display signs of Buffalo merclianis are still dis)>!tiyed. but will 1)0 removed at once. Tile regular scliednle which was maintained before the cars wrre destroyed by fire will lie resumed tomorrow, or po.ssilily lute this afternoon. Two cars are still "on the way" Ijiit are expected to arrive very soon. WANTED—lola property to exchange for Kansas tind Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. Office over Iowa Store, lola, ifas. fOR RE /n- MiMooUammous FOR RENT—Three room iiouse on .Vorth Walnut. lji<(uire I 'll .N'orib Walnnt. FOR RE .\"r— Furnished rooms, down ! stairs, for housekeei)ing or sieei)ing. 211' West Madison. 1>K. McJIILLEX, Stiecial attention given to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Children. Telejihones: Olllce Z2, Res. 2:',2 Ollice over Burrell's Drug Store F. !!. M .\nTIX, Surgery and Diseases of Women. Odiee and Residence Phone .''>7C Dflice 7 North Jefferson. * « « Phone CS7. Res. 701. 0. L. COX, Ear. Nose and Throat. Spectacles Properly Fitted. ' Office A. O. U. W. Bidg. JEWELERS. B. F. Pancoast. old reliable jeweler, 110 East Street. FOR RENT—Two furnished downstairs rooms for light housekeepin Phone W j A . Tls North Third. FOR SALE-miadollmaoouB Miss Bixler Coming. Grace Ilixler. who is aileiid-! ing -school at Emiioria. will he liomej Thursdav for a two weei<s' stay. • -> •?• To Visit Brother. Mr. ami .Mrs. J. P. Walker of I>,>n ver, {'(dorado, are he.-e to visit .Mr.) atiti .Mr.s. F. G. Wallu-r. 012 Soiitlij MISS DAVIS STILL LEADS. FOR SALE—Five liigli grade Jer.sey .-^ow.s. one fresli. oiu; fresh soon, two fre.sli in Oeiol>er. one fresli iu Marcli. Three and one-half miles jiorth and half mile west of lola. Phone !)y7-l'-'. U E. .Mct^lure. Made Slight Gain Over Miss Bowers Saturday. The count at ID o'clock Saturday night in the Auditorium ring contest sliowed the following standing: Bnrki'ye street. I To Return to lola. | .Mr. Oils llestuood who lias been; taliin- an extended vaealluii beeause! of illness will ri'lurn li) lola early| n the new year. .Mr. Hestwooil lia.l; leen In .New .Mexico for some tiine.j le will live at the Tlii.slle elub here.i Drusie Davis .. Claudia Bovvers , Oiia Tllomp^'on . I.lzzie Staller .. Newell Cox .Anna Wolfe .... Maftle Peters .. .Margaret Curtis Tupsy Voting .. ...194 . ..44:{ .. ::u:! . .if.,s . . 14.1 . .imi N '2 FOR SALE—Good blocky niare or brown work iiorse: chea|i. Call mornings or noon, or after t! j). m. Phone liigus Fruit Stand, east side .-ijuare. FOR SALE—Two tiush & Gerts pianos slightly used, left with me for iaie by Clianuti? parties. These are 'largains. John V, Roberts Music Store. Lodge Difectofy KMGHTS OF PYTHIAS.—Neosho Ixidge .\">. A'.', meets ever.v .Monday night at K. of P. Hall. Visiting brothers invited. W. S. Thompson, E. C. Chris Ritter. K. of R. and S. KXKJHTS OF M.4("l'ABEES.— Knights of .Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hail second and fourth Saturday nights of each month. J. W. Post wait, commander; R. B. Porter, record keeper. \\. 0. W.— Canjj) No. 101 meets in T. Steele, C. C. A. H. Davis, Clerk. Visitors cordially Invited. yi. W. A.— The M. W. A. Lodge meets every Friday night in M. W. A. Hall. Visiting brothers invited. F. C. Collield. V. C. W. A. Cowan, Clerk. LOST mod FOUND :>,2 fOR tXOHANOE REMOVAL OF A LANDMARK. LET CONTRACT TOMORROW. McNEILBROS. THE JEWELEK8. The La?t of Wooden Awnings Around the Square Taken Down Saturday. Excavating Job at New P. O. Site to. ^ Be Given Away Tuesday. I y^u- last of the wooden awning' ••The situation remains prartle.illy r,,„,,.,i,„,,| ,„ ,„„rl; the .Ia\s o. unchanged." | u,,. pioneer stores nrouiui the square Thafs what is said when an import, .^^..jg removed Saturday afternoon ant work is under way and when ther- Th,. awning had for years shaded the are no new development.s. It's true of f,.,,„, smUnnl hardware stop the work on the new post olllce build- „t ,>„. ,.oruer of .Madison and Wasii Ing. Carpenters are at work en-cling i„„,i,n avenues. A crew of workmei iin office for the superintendent of <on- ,,moved the old landmark and wKI- struction, but as yet no contract for pas.sjng came a clear view of .Mad excavating has been let. "Well pro')- j^o,, avenue. ably do that tomorrow," J. F. lleiin-' " linger a supervising foreman, said, A.MBASSAIIOR KKIII T<l UllVl th's afternoon. Mr. U'enzil is not in I •he city. I j,„„d„n Hears That There Will Be u — J (Tliance at the Emba ,ssy. Urge More Macadam. ( London. Dec. 21.—In diplomatic cir- Let every township build a liaU mile London, it is said that Wliite- ot macadam road next year, and tiiey ^.j,, .lipiomaiic ser- will keep on building that-kind of,,,(,.,., ^,.h^„ „,^. „^.^.,. administraiior road, for it is the only permanent , tomes into power in Washington. Amand will p;iv for itself in a .sljori time;,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,, jj,.,,, j,.,,, j.a„s,,j j, („ IPru ^••••"'•'^•s; known that he is willing to continue \VhatH tlio use of throwing road mon-l.,! i.i.s present post, but he has hie:- ey Into the mud hole? Why not pnf„„^l,,,, ,„ „,„ai„ ;,„v. intimation from t into rock roads that will ia.-it a life ^\•;,.sJ,i,.lr|o), i},:,t Mr. Taft wouW be time with but very little rejiair'.'— plejued to permit him to remain at the Humboldt I nion. ,,„„,t „f y,, j.,,,,,.^. TO E.KciiAr [•:: :• .MOCK. —Eight rooii. . ' .ition, lola. Price ;. • $\;mt. .Cijuity for live .s;oi k, it.d or iinple- 1 nents. lOLA LAND CO.MP.VNY. Six Clear.La llnrpe residences $7000 md $.".000. Cath for merchandlso or farm. W. O. Lenhart, lola, Kas. ROVAI, .\Kl(.HBOR.S.—lola Camp .\'o. ;;(!.'>, Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. .Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oraele.*- .Mrs. .Mary Hutton, '-li:} West Street, Recorder. 90000 0.0 0000000000 O PfmitVSALE. o 3 Four years exjierience in the sale O •3 ring prepares me to give un- O 0 etiualled and guaranteed service O 3 as an auctioneer. My service free O 3 for a few sales. Reference, Alien O j 0 Co. State Bank. E. E. Vlckers. Oi 3 Phone 83o. 1204 JeffersOn O 3 0000 0 0 0000000000 FILITKH.VAL JIKOTIIEIMIOOD.— Fraternal Brotherhood No. US'J meetd .second and fourth Thursday of each month In A. O. IT. W. Hall. Visiting members cordially Invited. W. 11. Anderson, president; Golda Elam secretary. OUR TELEPHONE 3 constantly ringing these days. .Vow- is the time, you know, to have all the summer dust cleaned out of youri carpets. [ We are busy, but your order will j receive prompt and careful attention. Phone us today. Christmas night in Masonic hall, the Q. W. Adams. She will remain here attendance will be quite large becausf of the iirosence here of the [leople who are from colleges. • • • For Visiting Girls. Miss Ethel Horton Is giving a dinner party tonight for a few visiting girls. Her honor guests are Ruth Swallows of St. Louis, Gladys .N'orthrup. Miss Elizabeth Boner. .Miss Lucile English. .Miss .Mary .N'orthrup. • • •:• To Give Dance. .Miss .Mary Northrup and Mr. I.o- untii after the new year. Afternoon Party. Miss Annabel Price. KIT North Walnut street, gave a party Saturday afternoon for a few of her .schoolmate friends. The holiday Idea was car- Miss ried out In decorations 'and also in Miss the refreshments.. • •:• Mrs. Story Returns. Mrs. J. N. Story, of Lone Elm returned home this morning. She sjumt the week end with her sister. Mr.s. J. E. Powell. ralne Northrup will entertain Monday ^ <• <• night, December 28 with a dance. To Erie. The affair will be given at the Dr. and .Mrs. A. V. Ix )dge and .Miss home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. Margaret I ^dge leave tomorrow for A. Northrup. 302 East street, and the a two weeks' stay at Erie. dancing will be in the ba'l room on •;. the third floor of their residence. No Club Meetina This Week. •^ 4" •' There will be no party for the Luncheon Wednesday. Thursday Bridge club this wet -k. The One of the events', of Wednesday next meeting of the club will not oc- will be a luncheon at the home of cur until after the holidays. .Miss Holmes and Miss Oertrude > • • * Holmes. Their guests win be a group Entertained Friends, of friends who are here for vacations. Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Gregg, of Visited Cousins. Gas City, had a number of guests at Mr. Roscoe Farrar who has been dinner on Saturday evening. Several visiting, his cojisln. Mrs. P. S. Mit- i)eople from lola were there, chell. left yesterday lor his home in , * * * Matoon, Til. Mr. Farrar spent the To Decorate Church, week end here. , • | Ladies of the Aid aociety Souveair SPOONS Wc have a beautiful line of Souvenir Spoons in sterling silver, ranging: in price from 50c to $3 and a very large assortment at $1 each. It will pay you to give UB a call. J. W. CpFFEY & SON lOLA RUG FACTORY Phone 510. Great* Western Land Co.i For Rent—ine 4 room house, one G ' room house, one SO and one 40 acre ' farm. If you have a farm for rent, ilst . it with us. We have calls most every ' day. i For Exchange—Good 7 room, mod- : em house close In. a good home and a | good renter. Good laud in Howell Co , ' Mo., to trade for lola resident-e piop- irty; ICii acres in Woodward Co., j Okla.. to trade for two residence i jiropertles in lola. i For Sale—lOO acre farm, one of ihej best in .\ilen Co., ll'o acres in cultivation. 4t> in pistiire. .', r(Joni lioiise, !arsc barii, small orchard: no siotie. if you have money to put into a gi>od inve-;iiiieiit this is the [dace. A lo:in 'if lu.iioit can be made on this farm. .See lis .soon if you want It. Price ^\>'<. ..Money to loan on farm and cMy property. Come to our offii-e over ilie Palace Shoe Store and lei! us what, 'you want, i'air treatment and Suuare deals. FKOM TrifKKCl 'LAK MKXfc'.Xail.S Ida Flonerfelt, un Klght Year Old tiirl. Died Lu!>t NhrhL Ida Flonerfelt, (he'eigiit year old step-daughter of Itlchard Wright, who has l)een suffering for some time witli tubercular menengitis, died at the home, uii:; North Washington avenue, last night. The funeral services were conducted from the Salvation Army j hall this afternoon at ? o "clQck. Cap- ' Bdtler of. the Jocal annj' corps, led by Liieutenant ^iraii of Cba- A Few Artistic BOOKS The Old. .Clusters and Their Pictures, full page illustra- ticuis, by Sarah Tytier. Literary By-Path.s of Old Kntr- land, beautiful pictures, by Henry C. Shelley. The liuined AIIIK'JS of (Jreat Krittott, by Ralidi .Adams Cram. Famous .Vmerican Songs in leather or cloth binding, by tinstave Kobbe. liostou Days. Concord and Its Famous Authors, bv Lillian Wiiiting. Weulfur i){)iuions, a book of quolations with interleaves cm weather subjects by Jennie Day Haines; a very unique book from a San Francisco putiilsher. The "First Folio" Shakespeare, by Charlotte Porter i and llellen A. Clark; 40 volumes of the fail^s first text of 1623. Shakespeare in the original spelling and jironunciation. Come in and see them. Miaute Marvels of Xature by .fohii J. Ward. Child's .Stories from the masters many illustration.-;, by Maud .Manafee. I.itlle Hooks on Art about the old Ai-ti .sl .s. Evans Bros BOOK STORE To Spend Holidays. .Mrs. C. O. Peterson and family of 111 East Spruce street, le|t today io spend Christmas holidays with frienft at Wakefield. Nebr. Before retur iftex rtoj^Jt )#^at I^^

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