Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 4, 1909 · Page 3
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It is this store's ihvanable rule to qlose out a|U goods in their season. Christmas and New Year is pto^ffl^ store has enjoyed the biggest Pall and Winter trade in its history. The remainder of this bright new stock some Coats, Ladies, Misses and Children's, tirill be closed out now at a meria fraction of their real wor^i Byery day here now means a bargain day. In our Coat section we are paying no attention to the cost and in many in^pices will give you much more than the profits. - Our entire line of Skirts all gp in thi^ Bargain Sale. If you Want to money on Furs, Dress Gddds, Silks and Satins, Wool and Cbtton Blankets, JShirt Waists, you will do well to antici^te y &iir future needs and conie early. Millinery at 50c on the dollar. Every Hat goes in| this sale, nothiidg reserved. II3E. M4DI^0N mCnARDdON'd 11 MADISON SLEEPERS Undertakers and Funeral Directors Calls Answcrc'l Protnpllv Day ' or Ni);ht Phone I77X. lola, Ks. NEWS OF LA HARPE !rAr>iT«U{ (»K CHKISTIAN (liriiCII I WKIU>KI» FKIDAY. CHANUTE GIRL THE BRIDE : NAiJsii \i I THE lOLA IC£ AND COLD STORAGE CO. Mantifacturen, Wholesale ' and Retail Dealers CRYSTAL ICE And Distilled Water Vaslnpai. PhMe 111 FRANK RIDDLE. Mgr. IM»>ALI» BETIK>S TO IHTY. TJi«- I'liWk- Srluiols ( oiM<'lH '(l Tciduj — ( .Imlur Mrrrrr Ki'liiriis—Ncns \iiU's II mi IVrsoiiiiis. Arsdalc and Miss Gar Van Arsdalo.f y riftfO flT PAO HITV Mr. J. K. Phelps of St. l^uis. ^lissiNrWN Ur UAo Ul I T Jennie I^a. Miss Helen Copeland. Mr. I « i i and Mrs. J. W. Pratt, and daugliter Bessie and son Willie. .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phelps and two sons, Mr. arid .Mrs. J. H. Beamer and daughter, Ber- nlce. Otto Lea, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. CJarnett. Mr. and -Mrs. R. W. Phelps, Miss Llllie Bedford. 'ISTEOPATHT- DR. W .H. ALBHI«m'r. Registered Osieiipathlc i'h.rBi«;ii>a. State Bank BIdg. - Phone 145 Only Osteopath in LA Harpe. In La Harpe. The members of the Bow Knot chib of lola. wore quests of Miss .Mao Smith, at her homo in this city Sat iirday afternoon. resumed today after the holiday vaca- Ilions. The second term of the present year starts off with every prospect pleasing. 1>FA>T (1111,1) OF MK. AMI .MRS. «II»»0.\ SERIOISLY ILL. OBSERVE WEEK OF PRAYER SERVICES IX «AS CITl tlUKCHES THIS MEEK. Nev/ Bijikery i BHi:\l». TAKES AMI PIES Eirr»lhinjr In Ihr Line nf I'aslry Delivered Free Walker Bros. i^eal Estate, Insurance City and Farm Loans Low R .Tle, Annual Interest. I '.iyuiciits received at any lime wUlio)\t nnliec. and In- tercsi <'e;tsc.s on amount paid. Lonsr or Short Time Loam. Cunningham & Arnett PhclpsCopeland Wedding. Till- iiows of Ihr marri-iKf^ of Rev. KoliiMl Copeland. piiator of tiw rinlsi- iaii clinrch in i^iiHiirpe. lo .Mis.< Hfssfi' I'liclps. <if ClianutP. ennies a« a siir- prise lo many friends here. Rev. Copeland is an al>I>' yo\inp nian, widely linnwii and esioeinod and promie iMit In tli"> ministry of ills rhurch. .Ml.';i I 'hf 'lps Is one (if ilio most popular j.riiinc ladii's of Cliannle. The Chan- Mlf Sun tells tills story of Hie wed- illim which took i)lnfc Kriduy evonlUK: ,'riii- niHrrluce of Miss Bessie Plielps and Itoliert Di-an Copeland WHS cele- I Iiraied FVIdny evenltin at S o'clock a( jilie home nf tlie liride's parents. .Mr. and Mrs.^.T. A. Phelps. 2:t South I .R |fav('tin. The ciM -cniony was jierforra- 'cd l .y Klder C. \V. Kitchen, pastor of ,ihe Ciiristlaii cliurch. The weddinc match was played liy .Miss I^ella Bel j for.!, rninjciliately after the ceremonv |.T two course luncheon was served. [Miss I'Jielps has lived in Chanute a \ iiuinl)er of v.-ars and has a large num- 1 lier of friends who wish her much hap- itiiiiss. Mr. Co|)eland. while not having lived here long, has made a host of uiiMiils. Ml. Copeland at present ih<- iiaslorati- of the Christian cliiirch at UiHarpi'. Mr. and Mr*, of (^iienenio; .VIr. and .Mrs. A. R. Ash- j Copelaiul were the • recipients nf a 'nntnlifr nf he .iutlfiij presents. The ipiicsls were Mr. and Mrs. Copeland. JTHft and son. Homer. Mis.s Minnie i Copeland. Mr. ami Mr.s. A. W. I^a. .Mr, aii.l Mrs. D. .M. Wells and son. •Wi'lMir. .Mr. and Mrs. .lames White. f.Mr. and .Mrs. P. O. Deli;: and son. :Piiil. .Mrs. C. A. Conk. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Boaheal. .Mr.s. W .A. Burke and .Min Homer. Miss Crace Post. Ml.sff .I 'rJessie Clark. .Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Van Guests of Miss Wilton; Miss .Mabel Davis, of .Vashville Tenn.. .Miss Elsa Felser, of Enterprise an.l .Miss Anna Heine, of Bartlesville, were guests at the home of .Miss Clara Wilson, Thursday afternoon. Donald on Duty. William T. Donald, marshal of tho city of Lallarpe, has returned from a vacation visit to several Kansas towns. With the exception of a trip to Kansas City, this was Marshal Don olds llrst vacation in foitr years. J. E. Wert Better. Th<' condition of .1. K. Wert, who was injured "in a street car accident sonn* time ago. is much lietter. Mr. Wert will soon lie ahle to iise the arm which was broken. Second Term Opens ToBay. The second term of the present sr;hnol year opened today. The school work started off smoothly and a most successful term Is expected. Judge Mercer Returns. .ludge .1. C. Mercer has returned home fioHr-.loplin. where he went to assist his son-lnlaw. Carter Wright. In establishing a glove factory. George Wallace Here. C.enrge Wallace, of Stillweil, Is here for a week's visit with friends. Mr. Wallace was formerly a resident of this city. > theMercufy Alaska outside—Florida in»ide. When (he hli/.2anj comet' it will be impouiblfl to ccimfortably heat the cold room*. Then, and during the tnonihs'of "between «c«- ion»" you'll find a PERFECTION on Heater (Equipped wltb Smokeless Dcvlec) jujl what you need to make the mercury climb. It 's light enout^ to carry from room to room and givet direct glowing heat from every drop oil fuel Turn the wrick high or low, there'* no bothef—no moke-— no smell—snokelesa device prevents. Brau oil font boUt 4 quarts burning 9 houn. Superbly finished in )apan and nickel. Every healer warranted. Rs^o Lamp tfrady l>^—te^fing, Kwiog or fincy work Axan't tire llie eyet. M.de of Ixai., DiduJ pUUxi widi lateH ia^iRired c««t«l dr>lt burner. E»ay Itmp wwtwlal. Wtile oor .grncy foe «i«f ripeive atoAv i rour dealer doew'l c*ny the Pofectooo Oil H«««ef or Ray* Luap. STANDABO OIL COMTANY Pen»onal«. Mrs. gadie Wolf is hf-re from Kansas City visiting her mother. Mrs. .Mary Waters and .sisters, .Mrs. Rees and .Mrs. Buck. They all went toT.,a- Harpe yesterday to visit Mr. and .Mrs. A. 1.. Waters.—Moran Herald. Miss Garnett Bcnham of I.aHarpe. wa.s the guest of Miss Beulah I-icey Wednesday nieht.—Moran Herald. Mrs. Anna KIrkpatrIck has returned to her home In Baldwin, after a brief visit with friends here. Miss Bessie Webb, of Fort Scott, is a guest of I.aHarpe friends. Banquet at Carlyle Presbyterian Church. A verv ple;isant event which oc ciirred New Year's eve at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sawyer wn« a banquet given by the Young T.adles' Sunday school class In honor of the Young Men's elnss of the Carlyle Pres- bylerlan church. The evening was spent in various games, and at a late hour a dainty two course luncheon waa served by .\TrH. I.yman Bates. Mr. l/Uther Snel, Miss I,ucy Arnold and MIH;« Claudia Sawyer, first course— fruit salail, potato salad, chicken sandwich, pickles: second course—pearh- es. cream cake. The luinch bowl was nresided over by Master Bverefl Bates. The following viiestK were nresent: Messrs. and Mesdames C. E. Sawyer. Chaji. Stlnson. W, 8. Dickers/in, Wr. Caldwell. PVank Bates and Master Bverett. E^r! Delaplalne. E. P. Sutherland. Prcd Dunlap. Misses .Mamie . Snodgraiw, Bdith Gllkflnion. Vellle Wilson. Pearl Vyilson. .lessln and Pearl Caldwell. Lticy Amo'd. Claudia Sawyer, Mary .^leaIy, I/>vina Parsons of I.«voland. Coloradb. Jennie Hitchcock of Nebraska: Meaars. .fohn and Cary Christian, Lyman and Walter Bates. Fred and John Mealy. Kent Dudley. Paul and Al Arnold. I..utber enell. Monroe Kline. Robert Braln- ard. Ed Veale. Harry Wilson and Chauncey Sawyer-. .UisM (Jmce .Vllstott Rejoins Boston Ideal U\}fn Company—A St. Patrick's Day Hull. Child Seriously III. An Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Crlbson, is reported seriously III. Personals. John Griffith, of Burlington, who has been visiting In Gas City for several days, has returned to his home. Miss Tolbert, of Coffeyville, who has been visiting friends In this city returned to her home yesterday. IS TAKirJG HIS GAS. On This Ground, E. K. Taylor Would Enjom Lanyon Company. NOT MRS: yNNESS ! ANOTHER RECORD FOR WRIGHT. Aloft for Two Hours and Nink Minutes and Covered 90 Milea. Lcmans, France, Jan. 2.— Wilbur The Woman in Cuatedy of Sheriff of Wright, the American aeroplanist, lilinola, Wa« Merely a Wit- neas. E. K. Taylor brought suit In district court today to prevent the Lanyon Zinc company from enterlnR upon a certain tract of land he owns and making connections to a gas well there or in any way interfering with his possession of the land. According to the petition ,Tohn Van- nii .vB on the 8th of January. 1895, leased the following land: W of N. W, M. 32-24-1» to the Palmer Oil and Gaa company of Fostoria, O.. Since that _tlme .Mr. Taylor secured the land and fo]after several aselgnmonta the I>anyon Beat all previous aeroplane reccWs here yesterday afternoon with a mag-^ toiflcent flight that lasted for two: The Pittsburg Headlight says: fiours and nine minutes. He covered- Sheriff Stevens, of New Port. Ver- ^fficiallv a distance of seventv-three million county, ill., amused himself a miles, but as a matter of fact, count- few days ago, with a reporter on a^jng the wide ci Nevada. Mo., paper, while he was pass-.'ninety-three milt Ing through that place from Pittsburg; was the most n having In charge an Important wit-'the Intense cold; After breaking the ness In a murder trial which wlM be record Mr. - Wright went aloft again Tves. he made over is. Mr. Wright's feat markable because of on at his home town during- the January term of court The Important witness was Mls.s Gertie Bounivere, who by the way Is s well proportioned lady and might by the stretch of Imagination he recognized as Mrs. Gunness, the I.,aPorte. Ind;. | murderess. with M. Barthou as a passenger. MAGAZINES AND PERIODICALS can be secured of J. E. HESDEBSOX, Rejolna Company. Miss Grace Allstott has gone .". , \. Topeka, whore she rejoins the Bos-1•'«">• «t '<'"''0 'l the lease. Now Mr. ton Ideal Opera company, which Is at a Topeka theatre for an Indefinite stay. Miss Allstott became a member of the opera company at the con- ehialon of lt« engagement at Electric park last summer and made a tour of the company throughout the south and west. .Mrs. Allstott accompanied her daughter and will visit with lier In Topeka for several days. Observe Week of Prayer, The week of prayer, which begin:* with services tonight, will be obscrv eii in Gas City churches. Following this, a revival service In which the Christian and Presbyterian church people are united, will commence. Rev. Ellett, pastor of the Christian church in lola, will be the ev.angel i.st. The meetings are scheduled to run four weeks and will alternate be tween the Christian and Presbyterian churches. Young man, are you pa.vlng house rent? If yon are„ liiten: We have a nearly new house wltb -I large rooms and two pordies. good walks and snod water. 2 bioeka from Santa Fa depot, that we cnn sell you for |fiOO—l&O eaah. nnd 18 per month. I>et ua abow you ttala hoiue. Wbitaker ft Doanell. Give Another Ball. The members of the Gas City fire department will give a ball on St. Patrick's day, March 17. Prejiaratlons for the event are under way. The fire men desire to express their appreciation of the convenient and adequate car service given them by Superintendent Massengale, of the lola Electric Railway. A list of the prizes at the New Year's dance Is as follows: To tho best representative characters: a twx of cigars. Frank Vaughn; a ladies' waist set, .Mrs. Wm. Linquist. For the best waltzers: a Colorado stone watch charm. Arthur Goes.. Jr.: a ladies' brooch. Miss Anna Frisby. For the fatte.st lady and gentleman: I natton can lard. Roy Cateline: 1 gallon can [leachcs. Mrs. Culhertson. For the shortest conplfr: necktie. .Arthur Klnman. box candy, Nellie Bishop. Oldest couple, a set of silver spoons. Vala .McReynnlds; an enamel stew pan. .Mrs. (Culhertson. Youngest couple: a gold bound watch charm. Wni. Poling: . box perfume. Miss SIkes. For the ugliest man: a gold slick pin. Jack Brlttaln. Tallest man: 1 .vear's »iihH«Tlptlon to the Gas Herald. R. P. Mlnnlck. Taylor says that the Zinc company gave up Its lease on the land In September last but that It continues to use gas from a well drilled on the leave. He also says that he filed notice upon tho company that It had no right to the gas but that It still claims to have the gas right and unless reS' trained and enjoined by the court will continue to Interfere with hUn in (he possession of the land. He therefofe asks (hat the company he prevented by a court order from going upon the place or using the gas. A DANGEROUS COUGH Wife of .Xewarfc, Ohio, .Man Had Symp tnniN of Consumption—Badly KDU Down and Reduced in PlPMb. RK.STORED TO HEALTH BY VI.NOL. "AlMJut two years ago my wife was In very itonr health. She had no laji- petlte. was much reduced In flesh and for three months had » very bad cough, with ail the symptoms of con- sumiitlon. VInol was recommended and she began taking It; before the fir.sf bottle wa.s- used her appetite was better, and she was Improving In health; by the time she had taken three bottles the cough was gone. She Is still taking Vlntd and cannot say too much In its praise." N. U. Steble- fnn. .Vewark. Ohio. The reason that Vinol is so successful In such cases Is because it Is the only preparation that contains tonic Iron together with all of the healing, body-bulldlnc elements of cod liver oil. actually taken fnmi fresh cods livers, but no oil. WTthout hesitation we proclaim our faith In VInol for chj-onlc coughs, colds or bnmcbitis and a.s a body builder and strength creator for old lieoplfl. Anyway. If you try It and It does no go<Ml we will refund your money on demand. S. R. Hurrell, Druggist, lola. Resume School Today. Sesslona of the public Hchnnls were Seott's EmHlsion does all it does by virtue of one thing— Ppuwr— its power to create power. As fire turns water to steam so Scott*9 EmuUion transforms thin, impure blood into pure, rich blood, giving nourishment and vital energy to cVery organ, every tissue and every muscle. gkmi tbii adwftiMaent toatHMr «Mi MM at mwrinwhkliit avpcan, ymr addm* and foor cMiU to caw peOHbtmi w* wOl (cndyoa a Xoowktc Handy AUw of tk« World." SCOTT ft BOWW:. 409 tari Sincl. Ke» York WEEK FROM TODAY The New Connl) Officers Will «o Info Offlre Xrxt JTon- day. One week fr»mi today the county officers elected last fall, with the exception of C. C. Aiishernmu who does not go In iinili next October, will lake their offices. Captain Kwing, elected county attorney, and J. A. .McAdama. and C. A. Kronk, the new commissioners, will be the only new faces in th^ personnel of the court house crowd. Judge Fnust. Probate Judge Smith. Register of Deeds R. 1.^ Thompson. County Clerk Cull»ert8on and Sheriff C. O. Bollinger are the other offices. It is understood that those who have deputlea will retain them for another term. Captain Rwing has not yet announced hia deputy. C. C. Auahemtan who waa elected county treasurer, does not take office until October. ShankUa to Xrzlra. Washington. Jan. 4.—President Rooaevelt today nominated Arnold ShankUh. of Mlasouri. to be conai^ general to Mexico City. Mexico. ( Regiater Want M» Bring ResulU. „.,. jwho deals with the publishers and Sheriff Stevens took advantage of:furnishes them at ithe lowest price this' and successfulliy "strung" thejpossible. Trial aubscriptlon to Van reporter and told him a story of hav-jNorden's. .1 months 25c. ing captured the lady with him on the] streets of Pittsburg, and was taking her back aa a witness In the case against the man who was arrested for the murder of Mrs. Gunness and then burning the home. Tho story that' he found the ladyi with him on the streets of Pittsburg; was correct, and that he was taking j her back as a witness was correct, buti she wKfl not Mrs. Gunness. I Sheriff Stevens came here after her. | He did not know her and he called on i Sheriff Walsh to assist him In get-j ting her. While they were walking; along Broadway Sheriff Walsh recognized Miss Bounivere approaching them and told Stevens who she was. and he read the bench warrant to her and took her in charge. "I suppose that the affair had all blown over by this time." she sajd. "but f don't care about going back. In fact I would like to make the trip back to Newport again, especially when it is at some one else's expense." The two left on the Missouri Pacific train north Saturday night. The case Is one where one Italian killed another, at a d^nce In Newport last summer, while she was there on a visit. She had Just finished a dance with the roan who was killed and they stepped outside to get some fresh air when two other Italians attacked her. He knocked one of them down but with a lightning like move one pulled a long bladed knife from his pocket and stabbed her escort through the throat, from which lnjur>- he died In a few moments. The murderer was captured before he left town and Miss Bonnnivere left for Kansas in a short time afterward but not for the purpose of getting away from testifying against the murderer. Being located In Kansas, however, when they wanted her the officer' came *fler her with a bench warrant Heir testimony, it was stated by; Sheriff Stevens, will convict the man who used the knife. Phono 98. 414 N. Buckeye Estimates cheerfully given anolt Fitzgerald Storm99, Irmmmfmr V ,.mmdAutoUvmiy . |; Crfiods stored by the month in large, dry rooms. ^ Auto livery by the mile or. hour. Ixical calls 25 cents. Of fife, li.'i West St Office phone SoO; Res. phoae (lt ,J —Try Sea Food if yon feel bad. FYesh from Ocean.—"Our Way." Tent Case In Lower ConrtK. Washington. Dec. 2.—Secretary fiar-! field today said that he had been unable to arrange with Senator Owen, of Oklahoma to bring test suits in the United States supreme court, in the' twenty thousand cases, involving titleit to Indian lands in that state. The sec. rotary said that no single suit could | be framed for presentation lo the court for covering all questions thatj have arisen. The government will [ now proceed with the cases in the low I or courts of Oklahoma as rapidly au possible. * Take oiir No. 410 when TraveEuig Eastword Leaves lola 7:15 p. m., ar- :ttnk-3l. Louis'8:3Ss.-!Jn. \' 'Tht^iii^ialeeping cua. "Clifs % Pttafdr^nects with tb« flnijt. hoanS trains at St. Louis. For further particolars call and see-nm. 1* G. P. Hate, A$f^ INSOltANeEl la a necasaitjr, not a luxury. It Is not an ezpenae but BO investment It Is something yon must have but something joo must be careful of, as it la very important that the right- OMB- panlea are selected. I represent the leading compaoles of the world and would like to SHOW TOD. J. E. POfrUL Evaas Bieek, lefei, Kaasaa. mm ; When you can buy aihome ^itii the? same money? ; I' have Anne iBlilttr Alee propertie»<n»: haiid right 'nbir which I will selt: yoQ for the same money vidi^Mf, ion are paying out rent for. T}^,| properties are well located ajuTj ^ai« ^ .fM^ tovestmeia. .AH t-- f^rti^«j *uice to SHOW ypu.fj I^W^^ lela.

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