Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 31, 1908 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, December 31, 1908
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9ICIinill ..lNS. The Register's BDok-Bindery Is m a better positl(oa than ever to cater to yoor wants la the way of book-bxflding. Now fs a most opportune time to bave your Magazines bound. We also make a specialty of Loose Leaf Ledgers, Blank Book Ruling and Binding. No need of your sending out of tbe cityjfor this sort of work. Simply Telephone 18 They ratnracd Sunday aftiHmoon. I WWttr Stonier and Ella TInal«r. of Nllwood ^neighborhood, were united In marriage' December 23, by Probate Judge Smith. The happy young couple have gone to houMkeeplng where the groom b«a been keeping "batch' the past year. We wish them much Joy Initlieir Journey through life together. Jim Rogers and family and Miss Sylvanla Rogers spent Christmas at the parental Burria home In La Karpe. Mont Brown came out from lola Monday for a week's visit with his cousins, Majne and Floyd Knapp. Mrs. Alice Eflln had a public sale Wednesday at which she disposed of her farpi Implements and live stock. Lon MitcheM has rented the farm and will take possession soon. Mr. Colley Is having vacation from his school work at Prairie Rose this week and is spending the time at his home near Piqna. Olive Branch school commenced Monday with a new teacher from lola. Mrs. Nettie Biirrls has been visiting her sister-in-law. .Mrs. Minnie Rogers since Christmas. Jim Rogers and family and Mrs. Nettie Biirris spent Sunday afternoon at Robert Rogers. Stop, Look, Read. All members of the W. O. W.. W. C. and friends. Start the new year by coming to the oyster supper given by Tola Camp 101 January 1st, 1909, at the K. P. hall. Everybody cordially invited. A. H. D.WIS. Clerk. WESLEY CHAPEL. News of the Count> I o- DABMOT. Mr. Lon Briley and family sy.en: Christmas with his sister iif :\r lliu Creek; Mr. Russell and i:ir.;i'y ;uul Mr. Latimer and family wi:li Uivir ents, Mr. JIalsberry and wile: WW. Stewart and wife with hL<; aiun n•••ii Earlton; Mr. P. H. Keed and laii;;;:. ;r. lola; Dan Cornell and famjiy: l"r;>:ik ! i'h Booe and family. M. M. Uooe and laiii- ily, Cary Cloud and family. Miss Sum- za Runyon, Flossie Cornell, Mr. Minster. Glen Jackson and Cornell with Mrs. L. J. and Lex iUxic E>er>'body was well pleasM ' with the Christmas tree and eniereiinment at Harmony Christmas eve. Miss Esta Runyon visited at C. Clouds Tuesday and Tuesday n;;;!it. The company presented .Mr. S. H Runyon with two fine geese for Chri?i mas. Little twin girls have came to mak their home with Mr. and Mrs. Jess!*; Bennett. Mother and children are fretting along fine. Nellie Booe was the ^^lust of hor cousins. Zola and Virgie Chri.=. mas night. Some one entered Charles Jacksi.:; s house Christmas day a:;d n^ade awav with forty pounds of in.ney. Mr. and Miss Hurt is visitinir th. ;r sister, Mrs. Cook, during the holidays Our carrier. Mr. Fronk. KK-K dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Krouse Christmas. Mrs. Davis and grandsfm. Harry .Stewart, of Chauute. siieni Clu•i^^nias with James Davis and family. Cary Cloud and Frank Hi^ie h"li>eu Dan Cornell with his biitclipriiiir Wednesday. Mr. J. D. Gallagher w'as calling on Lex Booe Sunday afternwm. Opal Runyon is quite sick ai ihi.- writing. ~Mr. and Mrs. Gurlo.v. Dan Comeii and wife. G!en and Paris Sl-.arp. Douglas Booe. Flossie Cornell were our guests last Sunda.v. Mr. and Mrs. John Worth. Grant Shocker and family and Ed .loa^s a::d family 8i>ent Christmas wiili Millard Heath and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Wagner of Mildred, spent Oiristmas at Kansas City. Misses Cora and Nellie Bibens are here from Baxter Springs to siieiid the holidays with their mother The Sunday school at Mildred gave a Christmas tree and program Christinas eve. . The program was good. Tliore was a iar^e crowd in attend- •.i-.ce a:u! e\ i r; one seemed to enjo.v .hf iii-f Ives. Whi!iin ;rion and wife enter- the f>'i;iw::i-.r uMU 'sts for dinner r':-,::oit;' .h.'in \Vhtii!n-.:!<>n and farp \. ::]]<• Hi ^du 'Ts at;d faml'y. .Mr. .'•..1. -.iV.d family and .Mr. and .Mrs. S; W'iiittinuHi::. i'rar.k Kwlt!:; and fan:;l> a'o dinner \v:;h S.ini Kwi!i;^'s (.' • r.etil:ili Sho.^key. .\iary W .vnn and "Mtititi Dickenson wlio are attending -'':: t !i Kitioaid are hov.c inr vaca- ,!!.:!. T •.• (:•;• I • e:^ " 'd !:Ht:o:s sil ;:y by a ie".e'.:ratii atititjuiiciiit' !:.• ui !iis aired fatli-r. S.-was (!isnii.-!=ed Tlittrsday for 1 w. k 's vacaiion. Tlie te.uh-.-r irear- •li ilii' el;;'.iii>-n tn candy ;ii:d oran.ijes :;id I 'll,.-is uave i!!''> leaelier a :e.i!i;ii;!l ]<.-:: ratd album. li.we Hib.'ns v. ho is attendiir-' a vet- "finary co!!ese in Kansa.s City is lioiiie f ';r thi- lio'.iiI;i; s. Mr. atid Mrs. Aaron Hall and Jerry iiatkttt ; UH1 family . SIKIH Clirisiiiias at i"rank Iluitimiston's,in Kiaraid. .Mfs. .^iin!!!e Kltize.v i,f Ii'litilioldt. is .isiting li'T ])areni5. Wes Zorens tiud vifp, M .S. >!i".er. of Lone Kin;, visited •MT (laut 'litHr. .Mrs. Joe \Wlib. and ".!!•.-. riy. (i .Xiilkr. the last of the wet-k. y,':. a::d .\irs hyuit i!!iniiiitst(;:i -jeiu (.iiristinas at .Mrs.'.Mer's. Df. atid .Mr--. iJelxin^. <;f .Mo .-an. vis- •.t-d ai Kl ii-es Sunda .v. • .M:SS He>n .Siail!:. the .Mildred teacl; •r. ii- Fj vi.cin-' '.'r vacatain witii I;"»r •.'.•.vi-:,\-. .fitd^'e .Sniiili and v.:!--. of ioia. K;irl Fergus who is attendin-' sch:; .•A ^i'.v.i:'.. is home for the holidays. I .^!r. \v;:s:m and I'amfly si'cnt Christ in Kiii.-ciid. Jlr. -McClauu'hlin is on the sick lis Th.' <l::ii::t!. . ; .Mr. and .Mf.<. D. W j;u\io:; S |.eii; Cliriscinas with them. A rluisli.ia.- tn .p was one of the enjoy auli- fi-a ;ii ;i -s <;f ilie day. .Miss Aiid-.a I.iewraiice who is attend ini: sdiol in Cas City is here for vj-it wild iier father and grand mother. Tiiere wtis a party at Mrs. Ilif)ens ;~itMrday nii'ht i:iven in honor of the yoiiim po<.;):e. Those present enjoyed a i;;easaiit evt ning. Mrs. lieade and daughter Maty, visited at .Mrs. Ater's .M<jnday. Kari Kii.-dale i nd wife are visiting Mrs. Easdales iKirenis in Kingman county. The Jlisses Parr, of Kansas City, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Lydia Liet;- rance. Eluur Itil-ens and family ate Chrlst- ttias dinner with their mother. Mrs. M. J. H'bens. -Mrs. Orien Brocius. of Kincaid. and .Mrs. Lucy Swonger. of 'Kansas City, ere visiting their parents, Mr. and Mr>. Wilson, of Mildred. Miss Verl Himimitton. of Kincaid, Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Aaron Hall. Mr. McGlaughlin and family 8i >ent Christmas at Mr. Fabers. Mr. John Miller, of Greenwood. Mo., is v'.nltlng his cousin. J. B. Fergus. Mae Hlte visited Hazel and Edna Rodgeni Sunday. evening at Grant relatives a new -I»'nt Monday Shockey's. Several of Mr. AVynn's -rent Christmas with them. Turner Smith is haulin iioiise in Mildred. .Mr. Jliller and J. B. Fergus and son ii :-'h. are visitin.g at Glenlock. .Mrs. Will Smith, of Mildred, is vis- tin .L' her daughter at Blue Mound. J. H. Fergus and family spent Christ :nas with his sister, Mrs. McKetrlc. of .\lcran. .Mr. .Moore will have a sale one day •ie\t week and will move to western Kansas. o— I o— .Misses Maude and Minnie Talley left Christmas to spend Chrisinms with their iwrenta at Stafford and to visit .Miss .Maiulc Clarin In Colorado. Mr. Higglns spent Christmas In a family reunion at the Husley home. .Mr. Henry Knsnilnger entertained a number of friends flirlstmas. Mr. Smiths took dinner Christmas with .Mr. and Mrs. Otto Barker at llarjie. .Mr. Joe Youn.s ami wife came down from Kansas Ciiy to spend Christmas with home folks. Miss Delia Wilson, of Moran. visited with Mrs. Alta Vermillion and attended the Christmas exercises at the chapel. In behalf of the Sunday school we extend thanks to Mr. Braxton I^im- beth for a nice Christmas tree. Mr. Rogers and family of Rising Star, leave soon for Chanute where they will make their future home. Wo dislike (o .«ee them hut wish them well in their new home. The .girls wiT be missed in the Sunday school and the family as neighbors. We had a full house Christmas ev at the Chapel. One of the features of the evening was a Christmas strike. Sand man and ".Merry Imi)" struck on Santa, but the 'Fairy" made i)eace and 1 there was a nice lot of presents on the tree. to the Final 01 FOR ONE WEEK Prices will be smashed to smithereens all week up to New Year's^ Day. Christmas is gone—it has left its trail here.; Now we are going to clean up the trail. All holiday goods will be sold at any price to. get them out of uur sight. The prices on all merchandise will be cut deep.' What you have wanted for a long time is waiting here for you now, at the l|ttlest price you ever saw for like merchandise. roc pretty fancy Turnovers; slightly soiled So 35c pretty fancy Turnovers, slightly soiled t8o loc embroidered Handkerchiefs, •.. 80 35c fancy Collars, fresh and clean ; .St8o 65c fancy Collars, fresh and clean '.. 8O0 . 25 per cent discount on all expensive collars. 25 per cent discount on all Hand Bags, Chatelane Bags, etc.^ Ail our pretty Hats at 50c on the Dollar An elegant line of ^ Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats going of cost. He will turn over the profits to yoa on everything in this Final Clean-up Sale—one week only. RICHARDSON'S NEWS OF LA HARPE UEVIVVL .MKETlNtiS BKtJIN .VT M. K. tlUKni sr>DAY. POND OF OIL BURNED WISE. .STO.XY POIXT. Miss Nellie anU Marie Gibbs of Chanute, are spending the holiday with their grandma, Mrs. Ballard. Mr. George Grieves returned from Johnson county Saturday,*- 'where has been spending a Weel< with rel Woll, Christmas has come and gone tives. and the year 1908 will soon pass into Mr. Lakey is reported on the sick history. The weather was ideal for list. Christmas and everybody seemed to Trcd Epoy delivered hogs In Colon enjoy themselves. . the last of the week. W. T. Hall and wife and Ross Hall and family of Bronson and Ed .j Shropshire of Maple Grove, all ate Christmas dinner at "Wallace Hall's. J. D. Moore and wife and daughter Hazel of Moran, and Earl Wofford and his chum. "Curley" of Tola, and Roy Win. Davis and Chas. Robinson I were Colony visitors Saturday. Pred Epley butchered a' beef Satur [day. Press Weatherman has rented the [ Hobart farm for the; coming year. The "shooting match" at .Tim Mc Moore and family of Parsons, was the Kinney's was well attended. There were seventeen turkeys put up and they broutht a good price. Mr. Haney and family were shop ning in Tola Saturday.. Allen "Ensmlnger had the misfortune of having the shafts broken out of his new buggy. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cullens spent Sat iirday and Sunday visiting relative." In Colony. A. T. Ballard marketed turkeys In Uf sts of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Bran- 'lenburr Christmas day and night. Earl Orbison and family of Tola were visiting at Wm. Ireland's and IJoyd Orbison's and with relatives In Bronson this week. Roy Moore came up from Parson? Thursday and returned Monday. Rev. Hlbbs of LaHarpe is holding a protracted meeting at Rocklow at present 5Irs. Cora Hamilton of Bronson Is lola Tuesday, staying at George Broughton's and at- Mr. Earnest Wllmoth's Sundayed tending meeting at Rocklow. D. D. 'V^lmoth's. S. D. Brandenburg marketed two Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hockett have loads of hogs at Bronson Tuesday. moved back on their farm. They have Mrs. Myrtle Moore and children been living In Idaho a number of will visit a few days with home folk.'" years, before returning to her home In Parsons. There was quite a rabbit hunt around here Monday Ed. Bettry and Watson were head ones and about 20 on a side killed over 700 rabbits and quite a number of crows. Ed Bettry and his men will have to pay for the oyster sapper. PUY BASKETBALL PB.IIRIE ROSE Miss Minnie Lam came In Thursday morning from Kingman county for a visit with her parents, Mr. apd Mrs. and other relatives. Mrs. Knapp and Ange went over to Gas FVldajr moming to cat Christmas , The Bibens and AVynn young people dinner at the parental Epiing home. Colleire Boys Here for Another Game With the Rink Team. Tonight at 9 o'clock at the Auditorium the Baker university team, which played here several weeks ago, will meet the rink team In another basket ball contest. The game then was the 'jest ever played In the city, resulting in a score of 24 to 22 In favor of the college boys. The game tonight will toubtlcss be as good and the home 'wys hope to carry off Ihe honors. The Regular admission of 10 cents will f)e charged. -I • IV.VSTE OIL FltO.M ti.V.SSEIt «)>" .UE.W.S F.\R .>r. Two .Vpplleants for Position as City .Vssessor—.Marshal Donald Enjoy- inir a Vacation. The Mullens to Eureka. C. D. Mullen, formerly Missouri Pacific agent in this city, is moving his family Ut 'Eureka where he was re eently transferred by the company. .Many LaHarpe friends regret the departure of the family. it was later learned that the waste oil! from the gasser had been purposely set afire to get rid of it. Met With Gas City. Lodge. The degree team of the local camp! of Modern Woodmen went to Gas Cltyj last night and assisted in putting on initiatory work. 1 To Fort Scott. R. A. Coatney. agent for the Sing-' er Sewing Machine coiripany, will leave here to take up similar work In Port Scott. At present the ' agency "lerp will be in the hands of'Martin' & Son. i Undertakers and Funeral Directors Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night Phone I77X. lola, Ks. tSTErtPATHT- DR. TV .H. ALRRIUIIT. Registered Osteopathic Physician. State Bank Bldg. Phone Only Osteopath in f j Harpe IA .STn )E>T WAS KIDNAPPED. j In a Wisconsin Care Since September, W. E. Smith, a Kentuckian, Says. To Begin Revival Meetings. Ira M. Benham. pastor of the Methodist church, makes the foiJowing announcement concerning a revival service which is to be?in soon: "Reviv- nl meetings will beg:ln at the Methodist Episcopal church next Sunday. This simple anijouncement should be enough to arouse every member of the church to unusual activity. Business men make special efforts to revive business. In the political world: the managers count on every man doing his duty. Will we who have championed the cause of onr Lord bo loF.s interested than these? Let us remember our vowg to the Lord. Are any of your loved ones unsaved? Are von concerned about it. if they are? .\re .vou doing, or will you do what you can to help your unsaved friends and loved ones and neighbors into the Kingdom? May the pastor count on you during this meeting? Those not members of the church are cordially invited to attend these meetings. The nastor will do the preaching. Miss frandall wil' assist In the singing and personal work. New son? books have been purchased and we will have good singing. Song service will begin at 7 o'clock and preaching at 7::!0. so we can close early. Come with us and we will do you good." Owensboro. Ky.. Dec. 31'.—WJIlis . Eugene Smith, the long sought ^stu- ident of the University of Kentucky J^^Y' fP \,-r^' . . 1 who,disappeared from Lexington the Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Lane went to „.„^^ September 22, peacefully^ UiHarpe %\ediiesday to remain unti!^,g t ,3^^ 4,,^ ^ome of his Monday. Mr. I^ne was to have ofhc- ^^^^^^^ E,n,er Hubbard, in Owens- iated at the wedding of a son of Geo. jj^^^ Harris, who formerly lived northwest Kiknapped and drugged by fonr of Moran in the LaGrande neighbor- y^ung men. thrown into & box car in hood.-Wednesday at 11:30. He was aI-i^p^,„gjo„ jj^t ^r turned over to six so on the program for an address at ^^^^^ ^len who carried him to the the Methodist Protestant Christma:i,„,„„„tains of Northern Wisconsin and exercises Thursday night.—Moran ^ captive in a cave until Monday night of this week when he Herald. Harry .Vitohell IlL News of the serious illness of Harry ^UtcheII at his home in Chandler. Oklahoma, Is conveyed in a letter from i Chandler to friends in this city. Mr. .Mitchell formerly lived here. made a daring escape, la the story told by Smith. The youth's story rivals the plot of the most sen^tiohal melodrama and Is told in a perfectly straiphforward manner by the boy, MVho says he has not tasted food with the exception af a glass of milk he drank upon his arrival at his sister 's ihprae since Monday morning. Personals. i "f remafned awake many a night for B. G. Smith and family have return-i ^j ^uj/ ,«°'L.?5,P*??./°I-*_5?_^*^ ed to their home in Bartlesvillc. James Baker of Rocky Ford, Colo., Is visiting friends in this city. I^ve the cave." said the young man. He says the chance came .at 11:30 o'clock Monday night Crawling and Mrs. Barney, of Rich Hill.. Mo.. is.sHpPJng an inch at a time until he the guest of LaHarpe relatives. reached-the door of the cave without Acting for Donald. City Marsha' W. T. Donald, is enjoying a vacation and George Harris, street* commissioner, is patrolling the town In his stead. Alfred Blaker is in the city assist- 1 the sleepers, he made ing in the invoice of the Blaker Liim-i =^ .^^^'i,,^'"^ j 'berty. He says the near- ber company's stock. \^^^ railroad was forty or fifty miles away. Walking and running all night. THANK COURT HOUSE GANG. ^}^%^^^^^^ about sunrise iHe said he arrived In Henderson this afternoon and met his uncle, Carl The inmates of the poor house have asked Poor Commissioner AI Abrams to see to it that their anpreciation of! Ronton, a conductor on the Louisville the presents sent them by the court!f,:''^'=Lf'l\'''^"'-^'i;, Save ^ J , ; him 11 and he paid his fare to Owens- house crowd on Christmas Is express-j boVo. He arrived here at 4 o'clock ed the columns of The Register. The court house officers sent out many useful presents making it possible for the inmates of the insti- tuition to enjoy Christmas. this afternoon. "I haven't the least idea in the world why 1 was kidnap- p €;d." Smith said. i— Try Sea Pood If yoa feel bad. Peesh from Ocean.—"Onr Waji" Start Piano Store. V. B. Wolf, a grocer of this city, has decided to handle pianos as a branch line and Is openlns: up a new stock In the room formerly occupied by W. O. Lenhart. ADplicants for City Assessor. Afavor Green ha'? received two atv nllcatlofisfor annolntment as citv as- fpaso- and the appointment will proh- nbly he made at the next meeting of the city council. Pond of Oil Burned. Smoke from a hlazlnn- nond of oil on the Means farm oontboaat of LB- Harne. excited considerable Inte-eat v«.pterdav; If was at flrst thought that the hljg Means gasser was im fire but INSURANCE! Is a necessity, not a luxury. It is not an expense but an investment It is something you must have but something yon must be careful of, as it is very Important that the right companies are selected. I represent tbe leading companies of tbe worid and would like to SHOW YOU. J. E. POWELL Erans Block, lola, KMMU. WHYPAYRENT?^ ^en yon can buy ' a bomel with tbe same money? I bars' some mlgbty nice properties OQ'^ band right npv which I will sellV yon for tbe lanw money tbat;; you are paying ont rent for. The* properties ar« well located and are a good^ InTestiBtat All T want is a cbaaee tffSHQWTOIT.? J. S. FOWBLL- r

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