Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 13, 1908 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 13, 1908
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OLTOr lit Assets $l,200)0iO Posing Out Sale! Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass and China. Fine Stock. Fine Fixtures. Everything goes. Retiring from business—leaving the country. SeWall, The Jeweler, First Door North of Postoffice. FEAR NOT. O leaf that r'lniiost fast Along my pnnlon path, WTiy fparest thou the blast And the bold year's wrath? Foar not; all things aro oM. And all do sook riM>osc; Drink dooply of tho cold— And dream of April's rose. —Charles C Hland.-n. •> •^ •> About! Women's Kansas Day Club. .Mrs. A. II. Iforton, who is in Kan- I I 'll Miss Apt at the chocolate tabic which was decorated with ferns and waxed- autumn leaves. .Miss Apt' >;uests were Misses Uuhy Heller, Dar bara Kry, Hazel DinRman, Bertha Swisart. Kvelyn Howland. B.^rtha Sickly, .Maynie .Vndi'i-son, Fi"y Hms er, .Mesdanies Howard Miller. .Idm .Mooie, Joe Drandt and Hnicc Oshorn • •> • Reimepl.-Livingston Wedding. On Saturday evening at the lioni" t> the bride's mothcT. .Mrs. S. K. Rol niert. was solemnized the marriag" of sa-s City, and will probably relurn to.jiiss Crace Reinicrt to .Mr. Roy I.iv Topeka this week, is still Uie only | ii-Lsttui. The wedding was one of thi woman who has been mentionei; as a candidate for president of the Woman's Kansas Day c'nb. The annual niPetinK of the club will he held .lan- uary 29 In the high school auditorium and accordin.t; to the constitution of the club an entire new set of oflirers must be elected each year.—Topeka Journal. •5. ^ 4. Card Party. Klizabeth Apt g ;i .ve a viry charminK party on Saturday after-, jioon to entertain nienibi-rs rif thr- Yoimg I^adies" Card c'tib. In the Kame of Pr<v;i;'ssive Kiichio. ' th.- aniUKoment of the aflei -notin. Miss Barbara Kry received the prize. The liinchron wlileh was servi -d a' five o 'clock was unusiiiilly chiliorate. Tlx' dining room was lighted by c-iii- dlJS and .Miss Kbirini' Wlieclei- asrl:<t- t most impressive of the posl-holiday stason and was exceedingly simple only the immediate relatives of ihe l.riile and groom bern.g present. At live o'clock Rev. Vr. Hilscher read tj;e marriage servie.-» of the I'r.>;diy- terian church in the parlor of llir resvlenci". The hriile wore a very haiid.some costume of tan batiste and the decorations wer;- lioquets of pink :ind white carnations Intermingled with smi!a.\. After Ihe c(-remony there was a vi -ry pretty liuffet lunch<><in serve<I to the following gu.'sfs: Mr. and Mrs. I.ivingsttui, Mrs. KUK- n.iiu'.e-. .Mrs. K. Reimi-rt. .Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Brown anil children. .Mr. and .Mrs. Alfred Hanson. Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph Horvil'e. .Mr. and .Mrs. .Mill Siinp.son, Mrs. Sadie Thomp- sun. Mrs. Ki| Shaw and sen Bniadn.s. .MJ;;s,-s Carrie and ICIiza Reiniert, You Can Depend Upon ihe Giasaes We Suppiy You With Our method of fitting glasses Is the very latest and most approved method known to scien ists. That it is satisfactory is proven by the general satisfaction which our eye glasses give. If ycur eyes are giving you the least bit of trouble, let our Graduate Optician examine them at once. No charge. Julia Zimmerman, ^r.. 'Vera' Uvlnss- toD and Mr. H. Relmert Ingstoo. Mr. and Mrs. Uriiuston have baon rticldcnta of Iota since childhood and are among the impular and welt known young people of the city. Mrs. Llrlngston has always been a very gracious and charming hostess to her many friends and because of her happy disposition has enjoyed the com panionshlp of numerous acquaintances. The couple will be at home after January twentieth at 215 North Buck eye straet. , * • • Music Club Program. The Music club's first meeting of the now year will occur tomorrow at the rcaldencc of Mrs. E. V. lyemas ters. The program follows: Roll ca'l—Anecdotes of the Composer. Life qf Haendel—Mrs. Dewoy. Gavotte in G—Mrs. Claiborne. I^rgo—Mrs. Martin. Aivs.-'ls Ever Bright and Fair—.Mrs. AVatson. ta) See the Conquering Hero Comes (b) Gayotte in B flat, (c) Sarabande from Snitc XI. (d) Dead March frorii Saul—Mrs. Hughes. Know That My Redeem rel.lvelh— Mrs. l^eninsters. (a) Ovprtnr? From .Messiah, (b) Pas tornl Symphony—.Mrs. \V;iugh (a) He Shall Feed His Flock, (b) Messiah at IJndsborg—Mrs. C<do. Oh Thoii That Tellrs; Good Tidings —Mrs. I^GraURC. * + + Fashhion Note. .\t a leap year dance given the other night the favors, al' madt" ol paper, w.Te reversed. In one <if th',- ngures chepki-d tissue paper sunbonnets were given to the men, while men-o'-war hats, also of paper, were '-Iven to the girls. In another I'lgnre the men received marguerites and uaiden hair ferns and the girls bas kets of bachelor buttons. Many of the now foulards just In arc shower proof and many of ihpm are |)rinted with Grecian patterns com I'lned with conventional designs. On <if Ihe novel ones which comes in s;'v ral colors has a Pokin striped ground ovor which arc thrown squares madi up of black and white shepherd's plaid, or oblon.;s of wider stripes run ing horizontally against the perpon dicu'ar stripes of the ground. Whon drop earrings first came in it was a mooted question whether they would prove becoming and be taken up by the best dressed women They have proved more than success ful and arc now worn with many ex tremely smart toilettes. One of the prettiest designs is throe or four small diamonds linked together and holding round pendant pearl on a single pearl in a simple setting. .J. j>. There was a maiden young and gay. She'd laugh and sing the whole long day. For I am so hapi>y and well, said she. I take llollistcr's Rocky subjects relative to American life, one of the important papers having as its subject "The Aaslmllation ot Foreign Immigrants." . V ' • • • Oinnar Party. Mr. and Htn. W. G. Miller gave a small dinner party yesterday for their guests, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Miller. Covers were placed for eleven, * * * Informal Evening. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Miller will entertain a coterie of mends tonight for their sister. Miss Edith Cain. • • • Ectlose Dance. The "EJclipse club will give a dance on the evening of the approaching Thursday In M;isonic hall. • •> Recaption $or Y's. The W. C. T. U. will hold an Informal reception on Thursday evening at the residence of .Mrs. J. W. Edwards. (in2 "EJast Madison avenue. The guests will i)e members of the Y society, each one of whom will Ijc permitted to invite one friend. • •:• • Duplicate Whist Party. .Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hlnde. 403 East Madis <]in avenue. wl'I rji^ertnin a small iiarty of frienfts wtth duplicate whist tomorrow evening, fo meet their sister. Miss I.ou'sc Kurtz of Columbia. .Mo. + + * Personals. •Mrs. A. r.. Street and daught -r, Trnnces, of St. Paul. .Minn., are vi.s- iting .Mrs. Amelia Anderson and Mrs. n. \V. Bostwick. Miss Freda Ilickerson is honi;" fr mi visit in Emporia. .Miss Blanche ChBt.leld, .Miss f)la .THAY ARE FRESH. ' A choice as.sortment of this popular brand at CRABB'S. When you buy Lowney's Chocolates here, our personal pledge ol their Ireshness goes with them. Get your next candy at Crabb's and bce how well it pleases you. CRABB'S DRUG STORE, Corner Washington and West Sts. Lodge Directofy KMUIIT8 OF ».\CCABEES.— Knights of Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hall, second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. J. W. Postwalt. commauder; R. B. Porter, record keeper. Bosiness Dbectory. Vf. 0. W Camp No. 101 meets t- K. of P. Hall every Friday night. M T. Steele. C. C; A. H. Di»-*«. Clert TIaitora cordially Invited. l.>fIGHTS~OF FITHFAS.- > oih Lodg* No. 43 meets every ¥ oda nlghi at K. ot P. Hall. Vlslllbro 1' thara invited. W. S. Thompson. :. C.: |, Chris Rltter. K. ot It and 8. I. DB. McMILLEN, • Special attention given to the * treatment of all Chronic Dlaeaa- * es and Diseases ot Children. * Telephones: OfHce 32, Rea. >3S. • Office In Mrs. Turner's Bide * West Madison. * Phone 687. Rea. 70L .UR. O. L. COX, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat BpecUcles Properly Fitted. Office A. O. U. W. Bids. M. W. 1.— The M. W. A. Lodg. raeeU every Friday night In M. W. A hall. Visiting brothers Invited. W. H Anderson. V.C.; W. A. Cowan, Clert BOTAL NEIGIIBOBS.— lola Can. No. 366, Royal Neighbors. mect» t«*t\. ond and fourth of eac „ ,.. , month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, "oracle • Fryer. .lessie Tiffany and M'ss Mra. Mary Button. 413 W—» SC .eei. l.illie Adams were .^.uests of Chanute i Recorder, friends yesterday. GOLF CLUB SURE. ^.-:-.."^-::^>'v^ Mo. Pac, Santa Ff> and M. K. & T. Wateh laspeeUin. .Vow that Mountain Tea. Burrell's Drug Store. * • • Presbyterian Missionary Society. There will be a meeting of the resbyterlan Missionary Society on Thursday afternoon January 16 at half past two o'clock at the church. • • • Ladies Working Society, The iJidies' Wlorking society of the First Prei<bytiTlan church will be In session on Tuesday afternoon in the church parlors. * * Thursday club. .Mrs. F. A. Northrup will entertain Ihe Thursday Euchr* club on Thursday afternoon, January IC. Current Event Club. Mrs. R. B. Stevenson is entertaining the Current ©vent club during the regular program today. • •> • Sewing Club. .Miss Nettle Brigham will entertain her Sewing club on Wednesday afternoon. • * • 500 Club. Mrs. David W.,Reid will be host fss of the Friday afternoon 500 club this week. + + Qui Vive Club. Miss Florlne Wheeler will have the Qui Vive club on Wednesday afternoon at her home In 'VVbeeler Heights. .Miss Grace Gates will read a paper on China and there will also be an impromptu program of music. * * • C. W. B. M. Meeting. Rev. and Mrs. E. H. EJllett will en- Ifrtain the C. W. B. M. of the Christian church tomorrow afternoon. • • * Soroaia Club. Mrs. William Bickford will be hostess of the Sorosis club on Thursday afternoon. The program Is to be on Prospective Members Will Links on North Walnut. FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD.— Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meets second and fourth Thursday of each month in A.O.U.W. Hall. Visiting l^ave,members cordlaly Invited. W.H.An­ derson, president; Golda Elam, aecre- Ury. A golf club for lo'a Is In all iirnb- Jnnlor Order I'nitrd American M» aliility an assured fact. Parties in-! ehanJcg.—Meets every Wednesday ev- tercsted in the game lave ordered . ^''•'"^ ^ "''^'o*-'^ '° K. P. Hall. All the necessary iiaraphernalia nrcessar.v para|ihernnlin for I)Iaylng the game, and have made arrangements to Use the grounds at the end of North Wiilnut street for teni- IKJrary links. The gentlemen ed will meet some time during IliiS; week for the purpose of formally or- gani/.Ing the club and to make arrangements for permanent links. visiting members invited. R. A WIdick, Conncelor; C. B. Blaclc, Rec Secretary. Office Phone 1083. Night Phone 406. OK. K. <». CHRISTIAH. i'kysiclaa and Snrge*!. Rooms 7 and a. JCvana Bids. a «s. Tel. 198. Office Tel. 163. * DB. J. B. PEPPEB. • Dentist • Is permanently located over • E. C. McClaln 'B Clothing Store, * and is prepared to do all kinds * ot np-io-date dental work. * Evening work by appointment * • • • • .\LLEN I )()0>E rOME .S. Uomnncp of Ireland Bill for Wednesday Mght at (Jrand. N'ext Wednesday night at the Grand Mien Oomie. styled "Joseiih Murphy's iucceasful successor." will appear in he part of •Uirry O'Daly" In his new ind succcssfnl scenic comcdy-draina. "A Roman in Ireland." In which Ihe voung comedian-slngcr is said to have cored the hit of his career. The play s a clean, witty comedy of the county mayor in Ihe picturesque Seventeenth Century, containing all the delightful _ characteriatlcs of the Irish hnt con-' structed U|KUI distinctly original audi iov< I lines and away from the time-, worn themes of the conventional famil. ar play of its class. The oldlime songs ind dances: the quaint costumes and he manners of the ancient reglnio all! unit'} In making an entertainment well worth witnessing. "A R«minnce In Ire land " Is played in four acts and eight tage settings, and will he enacted by one of the most evenly balanced coin- •anies ever sent on tour. An espoclal- y pleasing feature will be the rendering by Mr. Iloone of a nnmi)er of his wn sweet songs, in his own incom- paratile style. There is an abtmdance f good wholesome fun and some clever character drawing. Dilfflled liter One hundred pounds of Crystal Ice will make 12.gallons of distilled water siutable for family use. Try it. folalce&CeldStorafeU FRANK RIDOLB. Mcr. F. II. MARTIX, Surgery and Diseases ot Women. Office and Residence Phone 576 Office 7 North Jefferson. DB. Vf. S. HEY £Mmr. • Phjsleian A SvscMi • OfRce N. E. Comer of Sqnara. • Over K. C. Plumbtag Co.'a Store. • Res. Tel 38. Office Tel. 60«. • • Um .MACCABEES' OFFICERS. >ew Corps at Recent i Meeting. Order Elerfs STEYER'S OROCERY llpadiinarters for Good Thinfi to Eat. Tele|>hoDe 139 P. L. Lathrop. • Mrs. Bessie O. Lathrop. " OSTEOPATHIC PUX8IGIAHS. • Special attention given to Dla- * eases of Women and Ctilldrea. • Over East Side Hardware. " Office 'Phone, Mahi 468. • • • • • The Knights of Maccai>ee8 have the following corr)S of officers for 1908: Past Commander. W. J. Postlewalte. Commander, C. R. Relst. Ucut. Comdr.. C. H. McNaughton. Record Keeper, R. B. Porter. Chaplain. John H. King. Physician, S. A. CoiTman. Sir Knight-Sergeant. J. J. Brown. Master-at-Arml, .Nelson Bonwell. First Master of the Guards, E. Mc- auffin. Second Master of the Guards, C. H. McClelland. Sentinel. J. W. Avery. Picket, C. B. Core. Notice W. 0. Vf. and W. V. There will be a Joint installation to be held at the K. P. hall Tuesday, Jan. H. All meinbers are requested to be present. .ULSTERY SrRR0r>D8 DEATH. Soldier In Tkirteenth Infantry Dies In LcAvenworth. Leavenworth, Kas., Jan. 13.—William Mallard, a private, in the Thirteenth infantr>-. was burned to death here early today In a rooming house lire. Mallaro was the son of Thomas Mallard, of ChiHlcothe, Mo. .Murder is suspected. Try ft Yfnt 14. !• (fee Begbter. The "Oar Way" Restaurant Umrohaml8 'Lunoh25o Everything in Season. SHORT ORmiRs oi' ALL KINDS W. H. AJIDEBSOV, NoUrr and 8t«no(rapb«r la Offlce. Phon* 46fi. H. A. Bwlng. 8. A. Gard. O. R. Qard • KWUfl, fllBD k GABO. • lawjera. • • PraeUce la all OowtlL " >H W. Madlaon. PboM at. * JEWELERS. B. r. Pancoast. old reliable ]«wslar, HO East street FARMS, In Howell Connty, Xlssonri. To Exchange for City Propertv or .Merchandise. Write for list. Give full descritpion and price of what have. J. T. GILXOUR. Pomona, Mo. 3 ou towa Store Bij Special Cut on on all kinds ot Merchandise until things change. Al Q.HlimiA* Prop. LivinqstoD Co C«Btractm u4 B«IM«n. All kinds ot work a apeeialty » Seatfe gycaaara. Pk «M lUI R. S. GtLFtLLAK, Seaenl €*atneiar. nagatone and Ceaent Sldewalka «al CnrMns a Spodalty. OUf IIS Bart Jadma Ava. Pfeaaa nTZBEHMLO Ofl5ce and Storage Ware Room at 93 West Street Phone 33S Whllaker & Doaaeirs Beat list 320 acres, 4\i miles. 160 acres, 4'^ miles. SO acres. 2 miles. . Two room house. 15.00. Six room house, $S.OO. Five room house, J7.00. Five room honse, 18.00.

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