Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 4, 1908 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, January 4, 1908
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iltoi^ On In FiM BiBst ar UI0 Popular Price Clothiers Ontfitters for Ke^ Pace Wm ihe Times ^4 Your grandmother was wise in her day. She did her best with what she had. But fifty years have brought great improvements. Don't pay 40 to 50 cents a pound for a baking powder that's out of date. ovii BAKING POWDER ipUES MANi i'j , CMlCAG ^f is a triumph of modem science. It is a perfect Baking Powder. It cannot fail. It makes everything lighter, more delicate, tastier. And it costs you less than half as much as the old-style powders—25 ounces for 25 cents ,Qn honest price for an honest leaking powder. Get a can on trial at once; money back if it Isn't better. You can't afford to wait another day. Pure, Wholesome, Economical. JsHgues Mfgm CO.M I Bachelor Theatre i4 His Royal Muchness' XATIXEE S:SO. Special 5unday Performance ASKS FOR RESIGNATION. Pn-sidcnt Kn<iM!Telt Would Oast Idaho Snrreyor GeneniL WaKhlngton, Jan. 4.—President Roosevelt" has requested the resignation of Ernst C. Ea'Rleson, surveyor .general of Idaho. The announcement was made by Senator Hepburn, who said there was general dissatisfaction with .Mr. Eagleson's administration, lie indicated there>would be a gen- er;il clearing out of the employes In Eagleson's office. STEA.MER MAT BE LOSTr~" WOilTBELOYEFEAl »E .1IOCRATir ^COXXISSIONEB8 1^ TMTED Oil COrXTY A8S£S8<Mk LIVELY SCRAP IS NOW ON SrilAFFNER, OF UUSBOLDT, isD LA.VBETH, OF MORAX, SAID ^ BE FATOKITES. Tom Anderson, Lone RepnbUeaB 'Mttm- ber, Enjoying the Boat—He Ma<r >'anie the Man. .Ilont Royal With 400 Passengers a Week Late. Portland, Me.. Jan. 4.—Another hope that the missing Canadian Pacific steamer Mont Royal with four hiindreii jjasscngers and the crew niicht be. towed into port was 'dissi- palod on the arrival her today ot tha .Mien Line steamer, Hungarian, whose captain reported no trace of the Mont Uoyal. The latter is a week overdue. Jia-xxiox* X^Opairtmexit: Store Headquarters for Gas Light Supplies ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ m KATY FOR $7.95 G. A. Chsunblin Has Brought Suit in Justice Court for Goods tost in Depot Fire. (Moran Herald.) ; Suit has been filed in ju3tlc3 court 'by G. A. Cnamblin against the Katy "tor the amount of a bill of goods • -which Mr. C%amblin lost in the depot Are a year ago. The goods arrive^ at the depot Saturday nl«}it and on Sunday the depot! burned .before the goods were delirejred. A • claim has l>een pending ^be that time but Katy Beeou: disixAed to keep laying 'Settlement and now she wjll hare to appear In court and show reason why 4116 has not paid the daiqi and it ts Vprobabls that Jadgment will be ren-.' 'tfered against her with the costs • of ~ Ihe case attAched to the M^glnal bilL' vAboot tlir «ei months ago papers were -: wnt the loca} agent fori Ur: C9iam- 1>ferlaln to sign as a release with the '«*r4 tkat as ao<» as the liapen were duly signed a voucher would be made for payment. Since that time nothing has been done and as a consequence suit has been flied. It will come u;i for bearing before Justice .VfcCoy on Monday. January 5th. The amount of the bill is $7.95. SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY. Pupils Will Resume Work After Two Weeks'. Vacation. School will begin again Monday after two weeks' vacation. The pupils and teachers who have been spending the past two weeks as they pleased will take up their work again Monday. IBver>- teacher will be in his proper place with the exception of Principal Grant Blllbe of the McKln- ley schopi building, who underwent an operation for appendicitis some time ago. Missi Ida Morrison will teach instead nnttl be is able to take np the woiic again. M!r. Colley. of WellsTlIIe, Kansas, will teach the seventh grade in the Lincoln' building. The new Bassett school building has been completed and school will be held in It t^e first time Monday. PICK UP ELOPERS Chas. Shepherd and Gertrude Goodwin Sent Home by Local Officers. On a'lvicr.^ of tlie officors at Holton this state. Sheriff C. O. Bollinger and Uniler.s'.icriff Ilo^tripht, sent Chas. Shepherd, aped nineteen, and Ger- tnuie Goodwin, aged sixteen, a young cottpla who eloppd a few ilays ago. back to their homes. They appeared 1a;;t evening at .Iiidz-e Smith's office and askod for a license to marry. It was r«^fuse,l on account of their youth and their failure to gat their parents' consent. It developed that they had registered hero at a hotel as man and wife, ^\^ord from Holton was received last night, asking the officers to send them l>ack home. The young couple had first gone to Kansas City from Holton, then to hear- en\vor>h, and then to lola. Their whereabouts was discovered through imsV cards they sent to Holton friends. KE .irHED >0 VERDICT YET. Krntncky Conrt Does >'ot Expert Power's Jury to Reach Decision. Georgetown. Ky., Jan. 4.—At ten forty this morning no verdict had been reached In the Powers murder case. No one now expects the jury will reach a verdict no matter how long it may be kept together. •EC. A. BOWLUS, President. THOa. H. BOWLUS, ALLEN COUNTY STATE BANK Capital $30,000.00 DIKECTORS A. «r. Bwlb C C Beatly, A. J. Fulton, W. J. Kvam, J. O. Ito«fw» A. Bowlua, Thoa. H. BOWIIM. \ WEtSSUE OOR OWk ORATTM OK MIL OKIOMEAmPOmitB lAFmr DEPOSIT BOXES FOII ^ENT PROM |l to |B PER YEAR, (First Published Jan. 4, 1908.) SHERIFF'S SALE. The State of Kansas. Allen County, ss. In the District Court. Thirty-Seventh Judicial District, sitting in and for .Mien County. State of Kansas. iola State Itenk. plaintiff, vs. J. E. Ilonjamin. et ai., defendants. Ky virtue of an ordv of "ale issued by the Cierk of the Thirty-seventh Judicial District Conrt. in and^or Allen Count.v, State of Kansas, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and delivered. I will on the 4th day of Fel)ruary, A. D.. 190S. at one o'clock A. M. of said day. at the south door of the conrt house in the City of lola. Allen County, State of Kansas, offer for sale and sell to the^.highest l-idder. for cash'In hand, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot One (1>. Block Six (6). Henderson & Powell's Addition to the City of lola. Allen County, Kansas. Said lands and tenements will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said Order of Sale. C. O. BOLLINGEai, Sherilf of Allen County, Kansas. Ewlnjr. Card & Card, Attorney tol Plaintiffs. 1-4-11-18-25-1 (First Pub. January 4. 1908.) SHERIFP'S SALE. State of Kamat Alien County, -ss: In the District. Court, Thirty-Seventh Judicial- District, sitting in and for Allen County. State of Kansas: P. S. MITCIHJLL, Plaintiff, vs. P. C. PADGETT, et al. Defendants. By virtue of an order of sale Issued by the cl^rk of the Thirty-Sevanth Judicial District Court, in and for Allen County. State of Kansas, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed and delivered, I will on the 4th day of February. A. D.. 1908. at 1 o\ clock A. M., of said day. at tha south door of the court house in the city of lola. Allen Counts, State of Kansas^, offer for sale and se'L to the hicbest bidder, for cash in hand, the fol^iw- Inj described real estate, towit: The one acre tr^t. 1165 ft. North and South by 264 ft: Bast and.Wiest. in the South-east corner of Scctioii Thir•v-two (32), Township Twenty-four (24). Range Nineteen (19\. Allen County, Kansas. Said lands lad'tene- ments will be sold widioat appraisement to satisfy said order of sale. C. O. BOLUNGER. Sheriff, of Allen Connty, Kansas, Ewing. Card 4b Card. Attys. for PItff. 1-4-11-1S-25-1 The indications today are that:l»fore the county commissioners s^liiet a county assessor, a lively little fiilk^ will occur. The commissioners' to make the appointment Mon^b^. The office is a very important one^iiid a large number of candidates at% lin the'field, mostly Democrats', as Vtila board is composed of two t)«inx]«niU and onei Republican. The Demoenkflo candidates have been exceedlni|y busy the past few days trying to^lud the plum. Among those who are ;Aiak* ing a particularly hard fight are Chas. Schaffner. Jr.. of Humboldt; J. ff. Napier, of lola, and Henry Lambeth, of Moran. C. A Democratic leader who is sa^.to be "next" to the "milling," says^htt the two Democratic members ar^ not united on a candidate. "One of,tlie commissioners is said to favor t^iM. Schaffner. of Hnmboldt. whHe '.ffie other Is said to be for Henry Lamtfltb of Moran, with J. W. Napier, of city, as a second choice. Som^ttj' the Democrats go jui tar as to jii^ that the Democratic Gonuqissloi^ycil are pledged to their favorites. ..In wit even' Tom Anderson, the Repabll^ member, could name the assessor. ilay there Is considerable actlfl& among the leading DenMcnOs. 4^ (lently for the purpose of nnitlns'^ fome candidate, and thn*, STOldlic tha embarrassment of harlBg flie WB- publican member name the man. Vf. Anderson will, however. T6t« tot/a, Republican candidate as IIMkg ss-'fi* sees a chance to win out. Nigh and Ralph Drake are the more active Republican dates. The fight among the crats may become so bitter that' er faction would prefer to vote Ib^m Republican before allowing Ifr. derson to cast a vote for one of i Democrats, when he sees the a; ment of his party choice an Imj bllity. The differences may be IroMd out by Monday, however. ^The law creating the ofllce of edi^- t^ assessor;and revising the entSre system of levying taxes In Kansas comes operativte next year and'It requires that the first county asMii- or shall be iappointed by the coi^^ity commissioners at their January niejft- Ing. To comply with this law the:i" po:ntroent fh this county •will to be made-during the regu'ar ion of the board which begins on (lay. Januarj- 6. The appoint a connty assessor as 4 'Tery ant matter to the county, next year aiid the commisslonertS iez that care must be, making their selection of.s man', that place. fThe new arrangement j the assesstpent of property Is. ai|^ a radical departure from the. mell^te that have ahrays beei-inVvmi^MMl^ sas. it will be therefore- be « dUiAlt matter to pijt the new law lafJi ' fill operation in the connty services of a very competent are needed. HOCirS gQLL ^ATlCTAi The Ciorerikr Xzfeetir J9M fi Abeat Eztn Topeka. Jaai. 4.— Governor 'BotHtih' day told a friend that the yepUi#to the telegrams which, his hfA.Mm*m* poHiBg the Kansas Stater sSBats M ^l^ proposition iof holding a spedsl^l don to enact a gnarsnty depoatt.] are "satisfactory." He will tak eral days yet to decide wbetttcr < the session will be called. He. 1 o^ved thirty answers from ^e senators wUcb^ jaake U^^IMU He satd there was nothlnr to^ giiTirjMt last night. •

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