Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 23, 1908 · Page 2
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—FltsmnW, Anto Llrerr. Phone. * • + To Savonburg. Miss A^nes Peterson will leave tomorrow for a visit in SavonhurR. •:• Miss Perry Here. Miss Catherine Perry, of Omaha, Nebraska, is here to sjieiui a vacation with her parents. <• <• •> To Erie. •Mrs. A. V. I.«ilge and Miss Margaret Lodge left this moniing for Erie. They will spend two weeks there with Mrs.' r^odge's parents. .Mr. and Mrs. E. flub Tlel. * * • To Meet Mother. Mrs. W. .1. Evans went to I^awrence' thia morning. She will meet her nio-' tfcer, Mrs. Priboth, there aiul the two •win retitiTi to Tola for Chrl.stnias. Mrs.' Priboth lives In Manhattan. * * * Little Folk Party. Oen of the parties which Is to be given next week is an entertainment of the AUa Seta club for visiting girls. The club had parlia'ly arranged a reception for the November vacation but the event was post))onod becau.se of the te.ichors' Association which was attended by many who would have been jiuests of the club. The date for the party has not yet been decided npon but a time next •week will be chosen. The club members and guests will appear in little folk costumes. A 4. .f Miss earner Home. Miss Opal earner, 824 North Buck- eey street, has returned from an eight) weeks' visit with relatives. She spent some time in Michigan and also vis ited in Illinois and Indiana, •t- ''• Miss Sucher Here. Miss Edith Sucher, of Los Angeles California, is here to spend Christmas •with her father, C. R. Sucher. -•• * • To Jefferson City. Mrs. 'W'. C. Davis and Miss Wanda Davis have gone to Jefferson City Mo. They will spend Christmas there with relatives. .;. .> Preparing for Christmas. Ladies of the Aid society of the Christian church met last evening to prepare for the Christmas decorations. There will be a tree on Thursday evening and the auditorium is being decorated in Christmas green for the oc- GORHAN Solid Silver! in Knives. Ftirks. Table Spoiins,; Teaspoons; the best tiling y (j)u can give for Christmas (Jifts. fianie Sets. Caiving Sets, pre .-ii -nts that will I:isr. Rich Cut Glass. Beautiful Hand Painted China. Handsome and useful pre.sents In countless iiuniliiTs v,-ill lie found :it this :^lore at low prices and best (luallty. The Christmas Store, the iilace where jou can depend on the things you btiy. THE TOMiiHT Militia Inspection Adinls.xion lOe. in tioii from her lecture work was pros ent and made an interesting anrl en ; thusing talk to the members wlio were I i)rcsent. This rally was to have taken place when M.iss Atchison visited here s«'veral months ago but the event was postponed because of conflicting engagements. The society is arranging to do some effective work durin.g the next year. •> •> Gleaners Met Yesterday. The Little Gleaners, an oreanlza- i lion of the First M. E. church, held a ! meeting yesterday at the home of i.MLss Fa.vette Stoddard. The Glean i ers are among those who are to con ' tribute gifts to be sent to the poor ; of the city and the meelinp yestcr- dav w.as to consider the business In I^wrence with .Mayor an.l Mrs.; p„n„pj.tion with the Cttrlstmas plana McNEILBROS. TlIK JKWELEIIS. • • • To Lawrence. C. B. Spencer and Miss Luciene Spencer will spend Christmas Silver for GM'GlvIng Wf> haie a lioKt of articlptt in onr Ktork that are nioMt appropriate for gift glvins'. (ioods that make frifts of a DMpful and ornamental nature. Goodit that hare a long: life, (loods In Sterlinir Silror and Go^d In dalntj little plereK HO nnmerouH that selections are esceptJonallr ea»r. In fact, everrthln; In onr Rtock Is appropriate for gift giving. Dont fail to Inrlnde ns In fonr shopping list Sterling Teaspoons %i up per set. C.<-orge Barker. i y^^^ ppgd Ireland has the class in ^* : charge this year. To Leave Saturday. I 4. ^ Miss Zoe Atchison will leave on Sat-j Dinner Party, urday to continue her tour of Kan:;:i;-.| Dr. and .Mrs. O. R. pu.shfield have in the interest of the W. C. T. V. Miss asked guests to celebrate the Christ- Atchison is to make aridressc;; at ."ov- mas season with them.' They will en- eral adjoining towns. tertain at dinner on Friday. 4> •> Miss Dunbauld Coming. Spend Vacation East. jliss Florine Dunbauld of Wichita, Miss Belle Horwilz leaves Friday, ^vil! arrive tonight to visit Mrs. Sew- evening for a visit with relatives in' r,i Bixb.v. She will remain until af- St. Ix)uis and Chicago. tP,. year. • •:• •^ * * * Family Dinner. 1 Reception for Husbands. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin F.onk will , jj^,^^ „f Cheerful Circle will have a family dinner party and Chri:U- j^^^.^. informal reception on the af- mas tree on Friday. Their guests will,^^^1^^^^^ January first. Tlieir guests I will be husbands of the members and a limited number of friends. H*. A M, BftMk F* M« J. 1^ * T. be relatives. •:• •?• Going to Chanute. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Cole will spend Christmas In Chanute. They •will leave tomorrow and remain until Mon day. • •:• -:• From Concordia. Mr. Nelson Lymas. of Concordia this state. Is a guest of his uncle Mr. J. H. Bock. SI 5 Soirth Buckeye street •:• <• •^ Home From Rich Hill. Miss Nellie Richardson and Miss Flora Richardson returned yesterday from Rich Hill, Mo. They were visiting relatives there. Alta Seta Club. There was a business meeting of the Alta Seta club last evening' at the home of Mrs. S. S. Hllscher. The I club Is to send gifts to thirteen families on Friday and this meeting is to arrant 'e the baskets and prepare ^the [• «intril)Utlons for that da.v. .> A Mis? Keith Coming. Miss Kate Keith of Chauufe. will ar rive today to visit her sister, Mrs. EM- na Kelth-Servey. She will spend the holidays here. * * •> Afternoon Recital. The second recital and Informal afternoon of December for the Lsulles' Music club was an event of yesterday. The boistesses were Mrs. Rl N. McMillan and Mrs. Carlton B. Crick. The program was unusually short and consisted of numbers from the •works of women composers. The club will be entertained on Januarj' 12 at the home of Mrs. A. W. Beck on East street. Y Society Meeting. There Traa a very sucoesslul meeting of tbe T society Ust night •tnet mau. JMI(N(JEIII^ + • * To Visit Daughter. Mrs. W. O. Kinsel of .Mattoon, Ill- arrived today to visit her daughter, .\Ir».. £, S. Mitchell. Mrs. Kinsel was accompanied by Mrs. H. F. Beard of Hume, III., who will also spend the holidays here. * + * Birthday Surprise. Virgil Harris was honor guest at a very happy birthday party given yesterday afternoon at the home of his sister, Mrs. Grace Williams, on North Second street. The occasion^ was the birthday of the guest of honor and the party was a surprise. Merry games were diversions and ices and cakes were served. Those who were present were Harvey and Pearl .\verett. Harry and Bertha Brannum, Howard and .Mildred Lawyer, Howard and Ethel, Davis, Howard and and Ethel Dall, Arthur and EfHe Metcalf. Milton i and Etta Harris, Verne and Ix)ul,se iWlI- son, Chester L. Reno. Dorothy Hush- away, Donovan Murry, Eva Hoernlng Dewoy, Pearl and I.«cta Phillips, Roy willey. Ruby Chase, Hale Knight. Halel Morgan, VirgU. Willie and Stella Harris. Joe Martin, Lawrence Zentzch. Harry Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jentzsch, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harris. * * + Mist Kelsey Here. Miss Merle Kelsey of Kansas City, arrived at noon to spend Christmas with relatives. * ''• + Homo From Kansas City. MVS. W. S. Kauffraan and Miss Floy Houser have returned from a short trip to Kansas City. * • •:• Plenty of nice Drug Store. giriB nt Hurrell's A * + Mrs. Neff Here. Mrs. F. Neff, of Humbodt, Is spending the week with her daughter, .Mrs. H, A, Brown, of South Wanut street. * * • To Hear Nordica. Mrs. H. A. Brown, Mrs. A. H. Campbell, Mrs. O. W. Apple and Mrs. E. W. Stanfleld are among tho.se who are Kolng to Ottawa on .January to hear Nordica. DEATH FROM A FALL WAMTSf WANTED^ ~mimomUmmmwim WANTED— Man and wife without children to work on farm. Address, Adamson Bros.. lola, or see Dairy wagon at postoffice every day from 1 to l:;iO p. ni. WANTED—Good housekeeper; ' no washing or Ironing. Must be good cook. .Mrs. J. W. Coffey. WANTED TO RENT—About January l8t to l.'ith, seven or eight room tnodcrii house, close in; east aide preferred. Apply to XL O. 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. WA.NTKD—Girl for general housework at fiua South Walnut. "Aunt Mary" B&ckner, Well Known Colored Woman, Died Last Night at Home of Neighbor. WANTED—lola property to exchange for Kansas and Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. Office over Iowa Store, lola, Kas. fOR R£M7^ MlaomUmnmoue FOR RE .\"T—-Three room house on .North Walnut. Inquire 211 North Walnut. FOR SALE'Mlmomllmmmoum FOR SALE—Two flush & Gerts pianos slightly used, left with me for sale by Chanute parties. These are bargains. John V. Roberts Music Store. LOST ana FOUND IX)ST—^\Tiite bird pup. Reward. 20s South Colborn. FOR iXOMAMOE "Atmt Mary" Buckner, a well known colored woman about forty years of ago, who has been living at !)2t) North Cottonwood street, died last evening at the home of a colored family named Cooper, residing in the flOi) block on the same street. Mrs. Buckner moved here from Baldwin. Kas.. about ten years aso. Though a comparatively young women she .so resembled the old southern "mammy" type thai she was known as "Aunt Mary." Of late years "Aunt Mary" bad a hard row to hoe. Her husband. John Buckner, desertied her several mouths ago, leaving her nothing to live upon. She worked in private homes and was well liked by those who knew her. Re-' cently she has been In a delicate condition. A week ago she fell, sustaining injuries which coupled with her| condition resulted In her death. Realizing yesterday that her ca.se was a 'oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO serious one, she went to the home^ Al('TIO.\Et'R. O of a neighbor named Cooper, where O Am now booking sales for Jan- O she died last night. The funeral will ° "^'i' l''eJ '7 'ai -.y. Claim your O , „ , ^ O date early. The lowest terms; O occur tomorrow from the Second Bap- © satisfaction Kuaranteed. Write O list rhurch, the pastor Rev. Gordon O or phone at my expense. O officiating. Interment will take place..© K. E. ViCKERS, O in the now cemetery. ,9 1-'" Jefferson. lola. Kas. O TO EXCHANGE KOK LIVESTOCK. —Eight room house, good location, lola. Price 11800; mortgage »600. Equity for live stock, feed or implements. lOL^X, LAND COMP.,VNy. Six Clear La Harpe residences $7000 and f3000. Cash for merchandise or farm. W. 0. Lenhart, lola, Kas. The Old Corner Book Store Was very successful in selecting the big sellers In the li)OS books. This fact and the bottom price of %IM for many of the $1.50 ones is sending out hundreds of them especially to out-of-town buyers. Lewis Rand, by Mary Johnson. Flower of the Dusk, by Myrtle Reed. Mr. Crew's Career, By Winston Churchill. Trail of the Lone.some Pine, By John Fox, Jr. Man From Brodnejs, By Geo. Barr McCutcheon. The Firing Lhie, By Robert Chambers. The Beariers, By Rex Beach. The Big Fellow, By Fredrick Palmer. The I(n.ibund.<i of Edith, By McCutcheon. Testing of Diana Malorj-, By Mr. Humphrey Ward. There is nothing better than a book for a Christmas present. If you duplicate one they have in the new ones, they can exchange it at once. Over 100 titles 19ns books to select from at Evans Bros BOOK STORE Btfsioess Dffectoff. Phone S3,".. This afternoon Will Jackson, of Bassett, a first cousin of the dead OOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOO;* woman's husband, was at the office of the county attorney for the purpose of •••• JOH?i r. ••.(">!'!%. .M. •>, PhysiCiu.. ii..J .Nuri;tua Over Bnrrell's. Phone 142. • taking steps to secure i>osse.^sion of^ OUR TELEPHONE two Kuns which be says belonce.l to ,g constantly ringing these days. Now the Buckner family but which the is the time, you know, to have all Cooper family have in their pof;;ess- the summer dust cleaned out of your Ion, claiming that thev are entitled to carpets. ' ^ ... , , 11, We are busv, but vour order will | them as security for money loaned the^^^^j^.^ prompiand careful attention.!* unfortunate woman. .Jackson say;; be p^one us today, wants to convert the guns Into money! • • • to help meet the funeral expense.s.' The county is helping biirj- Jlrs. Buck-, ner, but Jackson says she •was a Kood woman and he wants to givj; her as good a funeral as he can. He could lOLA RUG FACTORY Phone olO. DB. MeXILLE ?r, Special attention given to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Children. Telephones: Office 32, Res. 232 Office over Burrell's Drug Store •««•••*••••«•••••• I' * F. H. MARTIIT, • Surgery and Diseases of • Women. • Office and Residence Phone 576 • Office 7 North Jefferson. not And the county atton.ey this af- CreaL Wcstem Lond CoJt V ^ For Rent—Ine 4 room house, one 6 ; room house, one SO and one 40 acre ^« n P PanroMT ^lf Sitble leweler ! " ^'^^'^ ^ "''^!* G87. . Rei. 701. • iin TT' ; reliable jeweler, ,^ ^.^j^ ^.^^^ ^^^,,3 ^^^^ , ^ . , 110 East street. 1^^,^ Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. • For E.vchauKe—Good 7 room, mod-,* Spectacles Properly Fitted. • em house close in. a good home and a '• Office A. O. U. W. Bldg. . * good renter. CK )od land in Howell Co., | • • • j.Mo., to trade for lola residence prop-.* • • • • »««».««>>>»>>».«*« 'erty; 160 acres In Woodward Co.,» ~ Okla., to trade for WOULD TAKE VOTE two residence Would Be Messenger'From Kansas. For Sale— 160 acre farm, one of the •best in Allen Co., 120 acres in cultl- Ex-Senator G. H. Lamb, of Yates ^^'it'o"- pisture, 5 room house. Center, spent the day In lola. Mr. large barn, small orchard: no stone. Lodge Dffectoff KMGHTS OF PTIHUSr-Neosho Lodge No. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P. Hall. Visiting. bro- c ua.. ..... jf ^ money to put into a good i ^v^"^ it ^'j "V'S^Tho^^ Lamb is candidate for the position of investment this Is the place. A loan S^^-^^^^ K^^^fV^ST messenger from Kansas to, llie elec-, of $3,000 can be made on this farm.' ' ' toral college in Washington. See us soon if you want it. Price $35. The presidential electors of Kan- i /"^n^on^^ sas will meet in Topeka on the sec- , p.^iace Shoe Store and tell us what ond .Monday in January. They will you wanU Fair treatment and Square organize and hold "an e'eetion" just deals, he same as if Ihey were voting at a " — Renenil election. A messenger to car-' BREAK CHAUFFEUR'S STRIKE ry the vote of Kan.sas to Washingli>n nd deliver 11 lo the vice president of, Are Now About 2,500 Drivers the t'nlted Stales will be cho.sen. Tlien i 0"t In New York, three c<ipie.s of the election return.s,! certified, will be made. One will be', I riore Day till Xtnas If you are undecided what to bHy we can help you out See US b'fore buying. We can save you moaey. New York, Dec. 23. —A general tie- delivered to th<. dixirict judKe of the "P ^'^'^'^'s garages owned county in which the capital of the members of the Livery Stable Own, state is situated, one will l,e mailed to association was slated for today I the vice president of the United States cabmen and chauffeur? on jand another will be delivered to the '° ^hls city, whose leaders have i messenger chosen to carry the state ordered out the 1,200 men still at work vote. Then, if the vote mailed should fifteen stables. This means that be missent or lost, if the mes.senger ^.500 men will be on strike and forty- for any reason should fail to arrive In stables badly crippled or Idle. J. W. COFFEY & SON Siditlre Jevelen. Washington, a special messenger is Both the employers and strikers are KXIOIITS OF MACCABEES.— Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hall second and fonrth Saturday nights of each month. J. W. Postwait, commander; R. B. Porter, record keeper. W. 0. W,-Carap No. 101 meets in T. Steele, C. C.,, A. H. Davis, Clerk. Visitors cordially invited. M. W. A^The M. W. A. Lodga meets every Friday night in M. W. A. Hall. Visiting brothers Invited. F. C Coffleld, V. C. W. A. Cowan, Clerk. BOTAL >'£IGUBORS.—loU Camp No. 365, Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oracle. .Mrs. Mary Button, 413 West Street, Recorder. chosen by the elector college to the confident of victory in this, the sec- state whose vote is missing and pro- °"<* strike in New York city cure the vote as certified to and in '•'thin three months. A large force i the i)ossesslon of the district judge, j strikebreakers has been sent to the stables of the New York Cab com CompaB}- M, K. >'. G. Inspect ioa. F£AT£R>AL BEOTHEBHOOD^ Fraternal .Brotherhood No. 389 meets second and fourth Tharsdajr of each month in A. O. U. W. HalL VialUng members cordially invited. W. H. derson, president; Golda Elam vwre^ tary. pany and the executive committee Colonel Metcalf came in today from of the Livery Stable Keepers' assocla- Ft. Scott where he has been inspect- tlon haa decided to employ a still ing the Kansas National 'Guard of that larger force to take the places oif its city. Company H of tUs city will be atriking employees. A thonsand strlke-jline alcmg the west tldfl and apoa Inspected by the Colonel in the Autil- breakei^ all told, bare «lready.been|tfae eiiUre. boalnieu dlatilot irilL b« White Way All the Way. It will be but a short time until tho Great White Way district will be that part of the city* bounded by- Jefferson avenue. Madison avenue, Jackson are- nue and Washington avenue. Workmen were today putting up a currant

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