Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 31, 1907 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 31, 1907
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- la the n '< '^eted'aadlaeqiilpped vio^'ao oper- 4 - »Sng table' «nd all tlie la^st appliances for the ^uinane and Sdenttfle ' treatment of Domestic AnimlilB.' Call* made anywhere nisht or day. - Phone 133 for hpsliital or residence. FRANK 3. BEATTIK; V. S.. Proprietor. Typewriter ies Ribbons, Carbons and Paper at SPENCER'S DB. J. F. JAMESON, Tfee Snceessfal Aac- Uoneer, Te^rlnarlao. i'ann snics or PcdiRTCcd stock Mtes mndr anywricro. Vtttr Inary call* answered day of nlxht. Office with I>oiiKla»i ]Sn». Phone 13, rcsidrnce Jio lOLiV, KANSAS. dompaurtt' > If yon need « fann lou am* i^ see ua. We can get yoor nionejrila two days. The Bedwell-Ray Realty Co. THE BIG steel safe for the new Huml>o'dt National Bank boildlas )ir- rived this- mominff. It is one of we new circular safes' and will hold ^e coin and currenc}-. It will stand.In the big window on fhe east side;la iiiain sight of everj-onle and anyc^ae trying to rob it will attract attention at once.—Humboldt Herald. rowell. the real -estate man. has a lew thousand dollars to loan oa tar|ns jc a reasonable rat*. W. W. IIARKER of South street. Is in southern Missouri on a deal In which i>c may trade; tola city propeiftJ' for (arm land. R. M. Ci^l Sis Per Cent M«mey. uttiKham. IlliCKSTKR Brown haa» sold his grocery to GeorKC Kills. Mr. prown remains with the baslncsa. start the New YCBP rljtht ^wn a (rood n 'ATCll. one that Id «rnar< ant<>iHl to k»«cp time nccnmtoly— wear a llfctimn and alwii) s prrsmt . the NtandnnI «)f nluti n (cowi wirlrli should IN< in aiiprnninrr. >Vr riirrj- .iUst tho stylrs llial nlll suit jou. .Viike y our p! k today. , G A. LEFFLER, . JEWELER. , Big Special Cut! on on all kinds o( Merchandise until things change. A. G. JUMMAe Prop. lola Biisiaess College Mltiht Of Dmy Swimhm Bookkeeping, English, Phrslcal Cnl- Inre, etc.. Shorthand. Letter Writing. FAB.MS,. In rtowpll County, Missouri. To K .Ncli:inKO for City I'rojicrty or Mercliauilise. Wriie for list, (live .full dcscrilpiou ;and iirke of what you have. J. T. GILMOl'R. Pomona. Mo. For 1908 You Will Want ralendar Pads. I Calendar Stands. >>w Blank Books. * Invoice Books^ >Ve hare the goods. Onr prices are right. Come and see ns.. Evans Bros. Book Store m^ei Water One hnndred pounds, of Cry>- tal ice will make 12 jtailona of distilled water -suitable tor family naeu Try It.'; fiueKRibu &iicr. Dr. WlUey, Oeallst THE SANTA Fe paid the city clerk $50 as an, occupation tax last Friday. This is the tax levied by the council under the recent occupation tax ordinance of tho city. Neafly everyone affected by the prdlnaijce lakes It In the spirit In which it'was intended and are paying up all right. —Humboldt Herald.: Free dirt at Lncoodr'a. THH: KANSAS Sunflower company, of which four Ida people arc mcm- Iiers. Is said to have gone broke last week in Iowa. Tyra Canntsey has returned home. Carl Baylor is with friends In Iowa. Mtss HofTman is in Kansas City and C. L. Rutherford has Joined the Merry Minstrels.- P. K. Waagh, DeatM. Fkaae m. (Mke arer BarrelPf Drai Bterai : THE COMMITTEE of tho city coun- ell apixilnlPd to view tho work the ivansas Snulhorn asks the city to do toward opening up a clear right of way oi> south Jefferson reports that It would cost tho city nearly (6 000. wniolher or not tho committee will leconinicnd to tho City that tho rlgbt- o.f-wuy lie granted as asked for has not yet been decided upon. ; improved aero tract on Electric line for sale on terms. Call phone 1060.; . F. V. CR(* i^ronat ^rcif thf IdiBsaa XMy Sootlwra «Hie|rle rall- way« was aaioac tbe Tlsltors today oa bnalncss ooaaected with tbe balMIas of the line.—Ptttsbnrs Headlight Holer Barber Collece,[ Kansas City. Ifa. wanU mea to leara the trade Write for particalars aow^ tew weeks completes by free cllalc and expert In- stmctions. positions waiting. Doni delay. T. F. CARROLL, of lola. has sold his residence property In lola to Lon Thompson and has rented the Nettleton farm south of town and will move onto it early In tbe spring—Walnin News In Pittsbarg Headlight Seven room honse, lot and a half, plenty of fmit and close in. to rent for $13.00. Hamilton Bros. COL. D. W. Houston received a letter from Chas. F. Scott this morning stating that Mrs. J. N. Cline of this city has Just been granted a pension of 18 per month. Mr. Houston was agent for Mrs. Cline.—Gamett News. General blacksmittaing and horse ihoeing a specialty. 205 West street In Luccock'8 old stand. All work warranted. HAPPY WOMEN. Plenty of Them In lola and Reason for It Good L.AST FRIDAY was the fiftieth ai|- nlvorsary of the wwldlng of Mr. aiijl Mrs. .Tesse Wiehb., They were niar- rieil ill Fairvlew, l.owa, and came th Kansas' [n 1.S60. It was the Intention of their daughters. Mrs. Cushmau .and Mrs. Rart'rs to cslcbrate thr anniversary . hut the fact that both Mr. .ind Mrs. Webb arc seriously ill made it impossible.—^Humboldt Herald. ' im. H. V. Dresliach is confined t(j his home with illness. THE WORKMEN of tho Kansas Tortland- have been notified that the plant will resume operations on Janu. ary 6th. Special Reduced Prices on all new and Fppond hand Sewing Machines \\n- til .Tanuary 1st. Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 110 East Madison. THE -A!EX'S Association has invit; <>d Falher (^ornlley of Garnett to dej lived an address' at the opera hous^ some time during the month of Janii; ary. The date will be announced as soon as it is received. Father Gomi- Icy is well known and well liked in Humboldt and will no doubt draw a large crowd.—iiuniboldt Herald. Plenty of mnr?y tc loan on farms. Other companies h.ive ((iiit but we are still doiii^ business. The Itedwcll- Itay Realty Co. ; MAIiRlKI), on December 25 at'th^ I 'OHie of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Isaac. Miss I2dna Isaac and .Mr. J. r. YoiinB, of Kansas City, Mo Rev. nran!i,-:iii. of .Moran, officiated. .Mr. and -Mrs. Youii^ .have gone to Kautas City, wlierj they arc to reside. We have plenty of money to loan on farms. Tbe flnanrial flurry does not rfTeft 11.-. Come and see us. The Bed- ivell-Ray I.'ealty Co. ; lOI.A. it would seem, is getting desirous of joining the O. K. .league and p!ayinK ball this summer. The Register of that city says that Lee Mas- .senKale. 8Ui >crintendcnt. of tbe lola Electric railway, is Iiecoming interest<><i in ibe mattc>r and if tbe thing looks good he will come in. It is proliable tbaijlola would l>e a good town to add to tiic league.—Rartlesvllle Enterprise. Wouldn't any woman be happy. After years of backache suffering,. Days of misery, nights of unrest. The distress ol urinary troubles. She flnds relief nnd cure? No reason why any lola reader Should suffer in the face of evl- icncc like this: •Miss Mary Cooney. of 320 West Madison avenue, lola, Kansas, says: •if it had not been for Doan'sVKIdney Pjlls 1 do not believe I would bo alive today. Seven years ago I flrst noticed symptoms of kidney complaint. It srew worse as time went on and my condition at least became most ser- loits. I suffered terribly with pain In my back and there were nearly all tbe evidences of kidney disorders. 1 was about discouraged taking medicine until 1 procured Doan 's Kidney iMlls. The quick relief I obtained from their use led me to continue taking them until I was relieved of all !he difflculties and my whole system vas invigorated. 1 have used them dnce then and they have never failed o give prompt and satisfactory relief. I got a box of Doan 's Kidney Pills for her at C. B. Spencer & Co .'s Irug store and their use soon brought ler out all right. I believe It is one's Inly to endorse a .remedy of such iroven value as Doan 's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 oonts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. Sew Y'ork, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan 's and ake no other. Thtfa^ Mayera Bfeg niieM^ in . 1l^^|!fe «M *a4i^^ Gaime. "^I ^uren AUra. oC this city was a bf^t aad shlatng star in the Ncodc- aka -Nowata footbaM game which was played yesterday a? independence. Kansas. The game was between two all star teams from two states. The Nowata team was composed of the bast players to be found in Oklahoma, hucladlng a number of Indians, while the Neodesha team had some of the best players in southeastern Kanrsas Add Brennan, of lj»Harj>e. captainei) the Neodesha team, while Perl Nor ton. "Tamer" Gray. (In)sby and Allen of this city were in the Neodesh.n line up. Neodesha won tbe game to 0. The Neodesha team ami Chanul" "Go-DcvUs" will meet tomorrow 011 the Chanutc grounds. This promise.^ to be one of the hardest conteste.l games of the season. A number of Io!a people will go down. "His Royal Muchness" at the Bachelor New Year's day. All seats ten cents. FOUND OIL AT 2,000 FEET. Test Deep Well in Oklahoma Shows Small Flow. (Bartlesvlllc Enterprise.) Oil was struck yesterday at l.ilp) feet In a test drilled for the Texas- Oklahoma Oil company on tho IVini Allen Parks IGO acres, northwest qiiar ler section 33-18-12. a mile north of Tiroductlon. When two feet In UK•-•and the wcM made n Bniall flow. It h one location oast of the prospect hole Irilled by Smith and Swan a year ago, in wblcha llttli; oil was found nt 1825 feet, the bottom of the hol<» h. Ing 19.15 feet. This ib-ep sand i.s SOIIH' •hliig of a mystery hiivinK been found also In section 4-1G-12, south of the Glenn pool, where a small showin.;; <>| oil was found. Farm machtnery. horses and rows to trade for fo.^r or live rcMUii rottiii;"' In lola or Gas <:ity. Phone 4 .S. (ias-.. I .30METHING ABOUT LEAP YEAR. 366 Days in tSie Year Instead of 365, and 29 Days Instead of 28 in ' February. T. M. C. A. T<» PLAY. Kasket Bull Trams Will Piny Tomorrow Evening. Tomorrow evening at the Y. M. (\ A the Eureka and Y. M. C. A. basket ball teams will "loss the pipskln." Tbe Eureka team is the one which defeated the lola high school team last Friday cvonlhg. I'rAf. HIjs.s f<jcls cim- ndent that the Y. .M. C. A. boys wlli carry off the honors iir tho game tomorrow evening. Following is the lineup: lola. Eureka. Roberts forward .... .Sherman Allen forward French Fulton ...... center Prafehcr Heigele guard Hunt Gardner guard Striniple New Year's Matinee at the Hachc- lor, all seats 10 cents. Tomorrow morning at 1:00 which Ril 'lntroduce tho year 1908, those lades who failed to .connect in the year I'.iOt in the exercising of their rights tvhich is accorded them by "Leap Year" and did not find a husband will start on another year which gives thcn\thc same privilege that was given them In 1904. I.,eap Year is known in other wa>-« One Is that Instead of 365 days In the year there are 366 and Instead of 2S days In Fcbruarj- there are 2:» cays. The history of Leap Year, however. Is plain and Interesting. As a year is the tlnio of tho earth's revolution around the sun it should con- tsin 365 days and a fraction of a day. The ancients having great, respect for the moon, wanted the year to be divided into parts corresponding with l-er revolution around the earth. The difficuUies of adjusting the moon's revolutions, or months, so as to be together equal to the earth's revolutions around the sun gave rise, to February itself, and to many of the changes which the month has undergone before It stood with its present number of days. cur por TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SIX. Will Occur Friday, January 3—May Darken the ?)ay. A total eclipse of tho sun will oc- • Friday, which will 1« visible to a , Ion of the Cnitcd Stales. It is doubtful it the obscu.ring of the .xun will 1 make any difference to Kansas, as the scientists announce that It will be visible to tbe southern part of North America, the northwest corner of South America, the northeastern tip of Australia and the Pacific ocean It is |>ossible. however, tliat since the eclipse is total, its effect may l>e to darken the day to the larger part of the Cnited States. At New Orleans the suji will enter the Fhadow at 4;;;» a. m. Come and see us if yoi need a farm loan. We handle life insurance money and are not effected by bard tlmeif. The Bcdwell-Ray Realty Co. I THE RE\'IVAL meetings tt}at have been in progress for the past three weeks closed last evening with an increase in the church membership of forty-one. The chnrch Is planning for another meeting later on under the di- ,recti6'n of the noted evangelist, J. W. Hicks, of Fortoriu. Ohio, who has recently had such wonderful success in meetings at lola and Parsons. Mr. Hicks is a personal friend of the pastor, hence he was able to secure his service in the face of tbe fact that many larger places wanted to secure Um.—Pittsburg Headlight PKTCE ASKED TO SPEAK. BriUsh Ambssndoir 3by Address Ottawa, Kas., Ckaatsaqaa Asseailriy. Washington, Dec. 31.—Ambassador Bryce of Great Britain may be the chief attraction of the Ottawa. Kas., Ctiautauqua next summer. Senator Curtis an dCongressman Scott, on behalf of the association, called at the British embassy today and extended an Invitation to Mr. Bryce to attend the Chantanqna and delirer an ad- 1 dress. They told him he conld select any daj- of the Chantanqua desired for his speech. Mr. Bryce gave them no definite reply bnt said if he ioiind later on that he could arrange his official affairs so that be ooald accept tbe invitation he would gladly do so. ^ •' • ifk^Km Try a Waat A4. la tke Beriiter. ItETi'KN TO OLD SCIIEDI'LK. lola Electric Will Bun 6:20 p. m. Car Igala. For the benefit of the Gas City people who are employed in lola diiriuf: ^the day. the lola Eleetrir will run the '6:20 car in the evening .1.^ usual. This car was taken off about a week ago. The car will be an esjieclal accommodation to the clerks who reside in Gas City and La Harpe. This car will leave La Harpe at 7:20 p. m. "A Musical Cocktail in Two Swallows" New Years Matinee, Rachelor Theater. of the Year We greet our friends and patrons ,with expressions of appreciation of the favors and kind patronage extended to us during nineteen hundred and seven, and with all good "Wishes for their welfare in the year nineteen hundred and eight. For the future we shall strive as never before to be as serviceable as possible to all who entrust us with their confidence. Our Store Will be Open New Year's Day Until 13 O'clock. OFFICE SUPPLIED! BLANK BOOkS, LKI.'AI, Bl-AXK.^. TYPEUIMTEi: PArElt, TVl'EWIMTr.U l{IBBO>S, I.\K.S, .MITILAGE nnd All of the thinirs usually found In a >tuck of Oiliec Supplies. ! BorrsH'sDijog Store WEST SIDE SqiAKE. WONT FINISH TODAY Specials for May Pipe Line Will Not Be Completed by New Years. The Portland Pipe Uno company, which is laying a pipe Una between the Elsinore and Savonhiirs gav; flolj will not finish their line today as they expected. F. .T. Hortoni. who is superintending the construction work stated this moi;'uinK that owing to, the ciotay HI the progress of the work diu^ to bad weather it would bo f.ho midille iot next week before the I3ne would I)0 completed. They have a number of creeks and one railroad track to \ cross. WILL PUNISH THE REGISTER. All Advertising of Grand Theatre Has Been Ordered Out. TIUNED BACK 'THE LEASES. The Kansas Port land Cement coni- >aiiy today released the leases it held The manasement of the Orand Theatre has ordered all of tho advertis- iuK of that institution "thrown out." The ReRister havlnff offended that individual by printinR the news in re- on "seventeen tracts of land in this ?anl to his case. The la.<?t offense oc- poiiiiiy. The leases were'on land the ciirred Saturday night when The Rei;- coini>:iny did not care to hold lonRer. i jstpp t„]j of Sheriff BollinKcr going The I.Tnil uiuler leases was held by.', ,. ^ _ hiee flifTerent parties. The action of 1 *" •^'"''quotte. Kansas, after a Dr. he riinniany in niakin>: ihe release:^ r'<-terson. a Kansas City dentist, who las no sisnifieancc so the officers of is supjtosed to know something of ihe company say. I tj,p .,rrair. I I Tho Register will continuo to print Xotlce to Elks. , jj. AM mcniliers of lola Ixidge It. P. ()., j , 1:. are re<iupsted to meet at Ibe pled by the courts and the ,nbove explanation is made merely to let our readers know why the advertising of The Grand Theatre do?s not ai>- l-ear in its regular space. ^.ill tomorrow afternmm at half past wo o'eloek to attend the funeral of IroihiT Clinton C. Taylor. L. I'ONSI.KIl. MKLVI.N' FRONK. K.\alte<l Ruler. Sec'y. P0L4R BEAR TLOLR Hu Stood the Test Becatfse its the Best Acce|>t No Other Wm. Oberdoff, Agt PENALTY t;OES OX People I'aiine Ip Taxes This Tc«r. TOXORROn-. rromptlf Toihiy is the last day before the pcn- .-ilty Rofs on for delinquent taxes. Thosf who have not jiaid the first half or all of their taxes will lie ref |iiire <l to )>ay a five per cent penalty from now on. I.« The iienalty usually goes on December '^iith. liut the county treasurer ex- tendiKl the time until January 1st, Tbe laxiiaycrs have been very prompt this year. Kelley's P. C. Corn, 3 cans 2r>c Standard Tomatoes, can , Pick Wlck Peas, can ...;...;...V .12c K%aporated Peaches, lb. \ 1..20c 60 -70 Prunes, 3 lbs. 25c Cleaned Currants, pkg. ; 10c Cranberries, per quart .i 10c Sweet Relish, per pint 10c Chow Chow, per pint ..i .....10c Mustardv^ier pint 10c Fryer Bi-bs. Phones SOS and 301. . FinaEMLD Office and Storage Wai^ Room at /5 West Street Phone 39S ftTEYER>» OROCERT Good Thingi to Eat. USB A Wonder Washer i Clean Clo.hes, no Lame Backs T. B. SHANISJON'S Two Blf Storcfl OTIS ZIKE came in last evening (roni Jopiin where be hits been' visit- ni^h^l|!ts^m(mth^^^^^^^^^^^^ Overcoats at urices you have never heard of. We have too many left, hence the following prices: 1, I25.00 Ovcicoats for $20mOO 22.50 Overcoats for StSmOO 20.00 Overcoats for $1SmOO $18.00 Overcoats for 15.00 Overcoats for 10.00 Overcoats for 7.50 Overcoats for We must sell Overcoats. Jiarcjbiy-Sluelds Gothing Compi^

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