Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 1, 1908 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 1, 1908
Page 7
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mm 4 "f Our Semi-Aimual Clearing and Remnant Sale ENOUGH SAID! You Know What to ExpectI Be on Hand Early! Read the Glad News in Our Page Ad in Tomorrow Evening's Paper. Dioioioioia »tCYER*S OROCEBY Good Things to Eat. T^hooe 159 Early Morning (Comfort AcsaehatamMckiMtkc wdcaM hcM it rWiawt ^TV A iir SoMkcfcM Drric. mA*t h jnifoiiiMr » tsra ite wickfMkiC &arlOBlow WILL KNOW WICHITA BANKERS AID LONG. A Petition to Governor Hoch Against an Extra Session. Stubbs To Announce Shortly Whether; or Not He is a Candidate for Governor. WirJiit.i. .J;in. J.- Scii.ilor I^jiip h.ifl .•1 (MiiOTfiioi- Willi Wichita bankors heri" I.TSI ui>;lit ami U was Ifamed to(lay that a )><-titioii to Covenior llooh , _ T , . ,,„„„„„, .v„, is ln'iiit: sJKiiiMl liy bankers of this Topeka Jan. l.-It Is believed that; -ov.-rm.r Is ask.-.l to give by the end of the week W. R. Stubbs , ^„„i„g^ session of the leg- will annoui.ce whether or not hewlll „f ^, for government guaranty of banlf deposits. A tioll was taken today of the Kansas members who are here and without e.\ce|)tIon they favored some such plan, both by the state for slate banks, and by the federal government for national banks. I'oMj^ressman t^alderhead was too sick In be seen, but last week he advocated the matter strongly in an in- lefvirw wtih the corresjwndent of an eastern financial |>aper. Congressman Anthony is In Kansas, so his i >e a caadidafe for tte Republican p,,^. frJHi .llv to Ixjng and i views could not lye learned. All the romfnaUon-for governor. Fred «nln-.^.„„.^, ^, ^. reK^lected to I rest express-ed themselves In favor of cy. state senator: C. B. Mrtland. roi)-,,,,^ s ,,.,a., -pi ev fear that if thelthe plan. Three of them—Canipliell. resentatlve. and John Bishop who is i,.„i^]a,„r., oall-d a direct primarv ileeder and Scott—have intro<luced doing the actual booming, came to j ,<,a ^ll ,ills „r that character. Topaka today on business and to so.. , ^^^^^ .j.,^^, whol.'salers wanti Senator Curtis .said he hoped some \\ovi. the Txiom was progressing. W.' an txtra si-ssion and the news thai „ „. . . , • . , ,ill! lAll.i .-.1 -M.uili iiini lilt: iitT«> R. Stubbs and J. N Dolley. his right, „,p ,.;„,;,^rs h-re will oppos.- it has stirred up cnnsideral)Ie confroversy. feasible i>Ian would be worked out by ihe nuance and currency conimittee«J iif CDiignss so tho i»e<)p!e would se- Icure such Ie;.;islati()ii. He believed that coiicliing is re(|ne.<iod to l)uy a bottle of Foley's Ilom-y and Tar. drug store. Lt»\rj ST.VMJ.S yilTE .\L«>E. Deleeallon Opposing (iuarantf of De|M>slt.s. I'.urreii's ISprrial .Innonnrempnt Kefnrdtne the ^ ' :8 'l«i .Vaflonal Pure Food and Drug IJIW. I Wi- are please<l to announce that Fo- hand man. arrived tonight and mon conferences are In order. Mr. Stubbs SeX'f anSn5^m*nl "vet 7n7 he ' I>'«TIRBKD Til K (OXiJHKCJ.VTIOV.! was a good thing and should I .e SlS ^'ot 'lfnow'S^hT^Ufdr The person who distur,.ed the cot,- adopted by both state and govern- All of the others In the p.irty ,„.'"'<'>^a"-"' '''-"t Sunday by continually ;nient. sisted that Stubbs shou'd be a candidate. "He roust be a candidate.", said Senator iQuincy. "He has been; fighting foricerta 'n things five or six i .years. He represents these things.) The Republican state central com-,„„,.. „» mittee turned down all these princl- ^•^"""•^ pals at its meeting Saturday. It refused even to announce In favor of a primar>'. The people want a primary and they demand that some man who represents the primary Ide.i should be elected. The slate central commtttee does not represent this an-l there Is a strong demand that Stubhi become a leader." A F.VRM 'PHONE LINE. .Ilontgomen Tounty to Be .Supplied With Kara! Lines. Washington. .Ian. 1.—Senator Long practically stands alone among thejadnUs mrnibers of the Kansas delegation in | please<l ey"s Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung troubles is not affected by the .National Pure Food and Drng law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs, and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and Rurreli's drng store. roni;re.-3 ill his opposition to the plan iie»tluirant Evcrytliing in Season. I SItooitT OBDBRS OF AU. KIHDS: WolCatauui. SOME JANUARY WEATHER. Data Coverinn Thiir Month for Two Years Past. The fnUowine da »a covering .i ner- lod of two years have been coclipned at the weather bnrean. showink 'he condition of j the weatlier fori the month of Jannary: Normal tenipera- tnre 26 defr^; falj^eat temperatnre. 70 decreet. 'iJantiarr 7. 1907; lowest temperatnre 7 4ecree8. Jannary i 27th. aversee precipitation for the nooth. ^.74 indies: av;en«e number of dajr^ on which .01 of an Inch or more of moisture fell. il2: greatest amount of snow fall, ejrtendlng back to winter of 190S-U0«w 4 Inches. JaRoary ?2. 1907; average nomber of dear davs. 8; antf areraM boarly velocity of the Wind 8 J milea. . 1 \ After Once Tasting Ytnbl no one wants an old-fashioned cod liver oil preparation or emulsion, because ^ol is a much better bodybuilder and strength creator foroldpeople,weakchildren, and for coughs, coIdSh bronchitis, etc. If it does no good we will return your monejc 8. H. BUBBELL. L .lROit LE.inEKS I\ I'OXTEMPTf [Four Chanred UHh Ttolating Telephone InjaaetioD at Butte, Helena. Mont.. Jan. 1. —Charged with defying the I'nited States government by iheir alleged violation of the iujunction .issued T)y Federal Judge Hunt restraining all persons from In- terferrlng with the operators of the Rocky Mountain Del! Telephone company In this state, four labor leaders of rtutte. Joseph Shannon, William Ciitts .Richard .Murphy and Peter McDonald appeareil in the federal court today to answer the charge of contempt. The defendants, it is alleged, de- Iiortcd a number of men from Rutte who were em|iIoy»>d on the 'Hell com- (inny's new building in that city. The while controversy grows out of the telephone girls' strike, which has been on for several months. Improved acre tract on Electric line for sale on terms. Call phone 1050. Indejiendence. Kas.. Jan. 1.—Farmers of Ihe vicinity of Wliite I'ost in this county are deteriuined to have a telei)hone route. At a recent meeting a number of resident farmers agreed to form tlie nucleus of s telephone comiKiny by putting phones in their houses and each building his mile of private line. Jefferson and I..afountain. where niu tual telephone companies have already been organized, were represented, and wanted to Join in with White Post and form a strong organization covering a lot of territory and having Independence for the objective iwint of their line.-;. They want to control their <iwn line and expect to merge all the farmers' ^ mutuals in this section of the country I into one strong company where ev-j ery farmer own.-; <jne share of stock ' and has ei|ual voice in the management of the -sy .-item. Then they hope to be able to .s;et "reasonable contracts with both the Hell and Home companies and get on the Home switch- ixiard at this place at a reasonable rate. POLAR ftE4R Hal stood the Tesf Bccatne its the Best Acce|>t No Other Wm.Qbctdorf, Ag^ If you want the family healthy, strong and active during the winter, give them Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Twill surely make and keep the whole family well. 33c. Tea or Tablets. Burrell's Drug Store. INDORSE JACKSON'S ATTITUDE. USB A ; , Wonder Washdr Clean Clolhes, no Lame Backs T. B. SHANNON'S Two Big Sikirci. Kansas Oil Producers at Chanute Favor Ousting of Standard. Chanute. Kans., Jan. 1.— At a meeting of the Kansas Oil Producers Association held here this afternoon. Attorney General Jackson's attitude on the Standard Oil company ouster suits wait unanimously indorsed, the resolutions readinc: "It is the sense of this a.ssociation that paid suits be not dismissed, compounded, arranged nor compromised, but vigorously prosscuted to a final and successful termination. The meeting was aMended by representatives of six independent refineries and many of the prominent pro- ducars who participated in the legal fight two years ago. Specials for Today Kelley's P. C. Corn, 3 cans ......25c Standard Tomatoes, csta. .; 12e Pick Wick Peas, can i,...12c E^raporated Peaches,, lb <,.'--20c 6U-70 Prunes, 3 lbs 25c Cleaned Currants, pkg , 10c Cranberries, per quart .. 10c Sweet Relish, per pint lOc Chow Chow, per pint 10c Musti^rd. per pint ....lOo Fryer J3rqs. Phones 308 aad Ml. :' FtnaERAuf Office and Stotage Ware Jiiom at /5WestStt«et ' Phon^ 3W

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