Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1908 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, January 18, 1908
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m IBLA PJLiIT -MCaStl^ SATUBPAT ETEimiC. JAyPABY 18. IMS. Absolutely Pure ! From Grapes, the most healthful of fruits^ comes the chief ingredient of gv ;w5^^ The only baking powder ^ ^ made from Royal Gr<ipe Cream, of Tartar NEWiS OF LA HARPE TOTEBS DT U. S. NEED NO EDUCA. TioNAL QUALIFICATION;. SAYS HIGH SCHOOL DEBATORS March. A Bible study class has been organized to meet once a weelc—on Friday evenings. While under the auspices of; the Epwotrh League^ everybody }B invited, and especially the Sunda^ s^ool teachers. . IRA M. BBNHAU. Pastor. ENGINE SPABK8 FIBE L. F. ED. IVARDS FIELDS TESTERDAT. The La HarK W. C. T. U. Meets To. morro\r—R. L. Lineback and A. 9L Wood Left for NoHhem Iowa. W. C. T. r. Meets Tomorrow. The W. C. T. U. of this city will meet in the Friends church on the evening of January 20th. There will be several business matters to come up ^for consideration. It is hoped that a , , ., large crowd will be presenu I .V'.A' ' 'at (i.'JO p. ni 'tend. Costs a little more than tlie ibfnnecs alvni " or phaipiuitc dt lime p3i \x?crj, tut wlh Royal you arescrcci pure, healtKfui food. Melodist Profestaat Clnrrk. Special. services Sunday conducted by Dr. J. H. Lucas, secretary, 'and treasurer of the Home Mission Board of the M. P. church. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Dr. J. H. Lucas. Junior C. E. at 2.30. Christian 12xi- deavor at 6:30; Leader Edith Myers. Preaching at 7:30 by Dr. Lucas. Don't fail to hear Dr. Lucas's sermons. He is one of the most able men of his church. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:15. God never meant that his weather should hinder his sen-ices. Physical temperature should not affect your religious ardor. E. C. CORX, Pastor. (First Pub. Januiury 4. 190S.) SHERIFFS SALE. State of Kansas Allen County, ss: ; In the District Court, Thirty-Seventh Judicial.District, sitting In aad for Allen County, State of Kimsas: P. S. MITCHELL, Plaintiff, vs. P. C. PADGETT, et al. Defendants. Bx virtue of an order of sale issued by the cleric of the Thirty-Seventh 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 ^th day of February. A. D.. 1908, at 1 o'clock A. M., of said day, at the south WA H TSI SmtATMHS WAKTED Advetriseinents onder tUs kead will be fucrted tkree times wItko«t chaii^ SITU.\TION W^VXTED^Place door of'the'court house In the city ofj^^"" '"'^ "^'^^ ^^"^ on Inquire 212 South 10th street. East lola, Kansas. Pre.xl»yterlan Charch. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:.30 p. ni. j Sunday school at 10 a. ni. Junior meet! lola, Allen County, State of Kansas, offer for sale and seil to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the follow-! ins described real estate, towit: The one acrs tract, 1165 ft North and South by 264 ft. East and West, in W.ANTED—Good rcok: i.idy iirefer- the South-east comer of Section Thir- red. for small hotel; reference re- ty-two (32), Township Twenty-four quired. Willpay $."> i>er wopk. Write <24). Rani^e Nineteen (19), Allen or phone West Hotel. Colony. Has. County, Kansas. Said lands and tene- j ments will be sold without appraise-; I ment to satisfy said onl?r of sale. I C. O. BOLLINGER, Sheriff, i of Allen County, Kansas. WANTED—Second hand Winchester pop gun. Inquire 105 South Second stret. NepitiTCs Won. , In a debate at the high school yes- { terday afternoon it was decided that the voter needs no educational quail- i. ncatloiis. The quescion was: "Resolv-I Yo.mpPpnni ^pV tnp«H^ '^'"'nty- Kans .TS. j w.VXT GAS CITY PROPERTY in . \yar';Tlited "ra ?-.f7':^ — I l-4-ll-lS-2i.-l hand In Burleson county. Tex .-iS. l*nce JOHN II. imiGHT, Pastor. (First Published Jan. 4. 1908.) SHERIFF'S SALE. The State of Kansas. Allen County, ss. In the District Court. Thirty-Sev- presenfed by and Frank Arnold, the negative IJote Jury and Emma Adams. by PrrsonaK \V. C. IlalKler and H. O. Stephenson v«u... . u. ed"That tiicre""shouTd*be"eduMtloMl yesterday for Carlton. .Mo., on a e,„h Judicial District, sltiini; in and n ?mliTicaios for voters TheTlI?m"- '^"•"'^ . ' f""" Allen County. State of Kansas. V r^^^^^^^ Ailce ™ie ' "aM*^''^- "ronson. Kas.. was | ,0,^ state Hank, plaintiff, vs. J. E. .Hive was represented bj Alice loiie yesterday looking after I n<.„jan,in. et al., defendants. lirojierty interests. ( \\y virtue of an order of sale issued C. E. Sprinkle left yesterday forjjv clerk of the Thirty-seventh southern .Missouri on a business vl»;t. judicial District Court, in and for .M-j Kansas City. Mo. 'He has been visiting W, J. Waters iu i4 .n couiity. State of Kansas, in the this city. I above entitled cause, and to me di- I L. T. Lynch, of Kansas City, was ' reeled and delivered, I will on the 4th here yesterday on a business visit. Uny- of Febrnarj-. A. D., 190S. at one $2.0t)0. Must i )C in good location and clear. Quick deal. See us at once. lOLA L.VND CO. LOST LOST—Lady's gold watch between 405 and G19 South Buckeye. Finder leave at this oiBce. LOST—Thanksgiving day between lola and Piqua. automobile crank. Finder leave at 514 South Second street. Reward. * LOST—Ladys gold watch, Huntington case. Return to No. 7 East Douglas. Phillips residence. Reward. Are on a Land DraL U. L. Lineback of Lineback Bros' Real Kstate. and .\. M. Wood left yesterday for northern Iowa on a business visit. It^ls likely that a real estate deal will be exchanged as the WA.XTKD—.Men to learn barber trade, few weeks required, best pay in work within the reach of poor man. can have shop with small capital, wages fro.i! f 12 to {20 weekly, wonderful demand for barbers, catalogue mailed free. Moler Harlier College, HEAT 10 the Ritfht Place At the Riiht Tixme That'» It— wbcrc yoa want 11 when yoa want is—tnd- •I ^ouonly knz-m how caiy It «i to carry from room lo room — and bow much therrv comfort you can have with a PERFECTION 00 Heater iiMk*—*o sm *n. rc iuli of the visit. They will probaljly .'"^'"'^ yesterday on business. ,{be gone a week or luore. ' _ . „ , , „ ...... ... ... ... - , FOR SALE—Gpod Stiide"baker bug- It. A. Raincr of Kansas City, was „-ciock A. M. of said da.v. at the south 'gj-. practically new. with good set of FOR SAlE-MlsomiimmBOua The lOLi DAILY REGISTER CHABLES P. SqOTT Telephones. Seporters' Room 222 BuBlness Office ....18 Entered at lola. Kansas, Postofflce, as Second-class Matter. Advertising Rates Made . Known on Application. SUBSCBIPTIOK RATES. By Curler In lola. Gas City, Lanyoa- Tllle or La Harpe. Ono Week 10 cents One Month 44 cents One Tear $5.00 By MalL One year inside connty ^00 One year ontside connty UM Three Months, In advance 11.00 One Month, in advance 44 OFFICUL PAP]^ CITY OF BASSET. • POLAR BEAR fLOLR Has Stood the Test Becaose its the Best 4cce|)t No Other Wm. Ofaerdorf, Agt. Births. Westera Kansas Wheat Land in tracts from IGO to 3000 acres, in .\ son was born to Mr. and Mrs.most any county desired, to exchange Notice to the Public. The puMic will please take notice that K. A. I'msted. fornieriy ronnected with the Lumbermen's I'ortland Cement Co.. is no longer in the employ pt thu t'nion Porih'.nd Cement Co.. In any capacity whatever. R. C. I'ATTICKSON. First Vice Pres. and Gen'I Mgr. .Ma.\ \Vliite yesterday, January l~th. .Mr. and .Mri;. Alexander are the liroud i)arents of a boy born yesterday January IVih. for Eastern JCansas farms. Now is the time to trade for cheap land. We know son & Powell's .Addition to the City of door of the court house in the City of $35.00 harness, for sale at Howard 's lola. .\llen County, State of Kansas, barn if taken iu the next few days offer for sale and sell to the highest, at $80.00. l.'idder. for cash in hand, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot Ono (1), Block Sl.x (6), Hendcr- linrnrd L. P. Edwards' Fields. It is said that the.siiarks from a inovinK Missouri Pacific engine set fire to 1.,. i'. Edwards' fields east of this we can suit you. We have several parties coming from the west, so write us what you have, that we can show them your land. lOL^V LAND CO. "OLEV.S*' EYES ALRKJIIT. ciiy yesterday morning. The fire did ' .Savonburp Record Says St-ir Short not destroy anything of value. Mock Trial lo Be Fralare. The mock trial will be tlie feature of I the cntcrtaininent whicli will be given •ill the high school auditorium on M<m- , day evening. Stop Will Pkiy This S4>a!ion. lola. .Mien County, Kansas. • Said lands and tenements will bo told without apiiraiseraent to satisfy said Order of Sale. C. O. BOLLINGER, Sheriff of Allen County, Kansas. Ewing. Gard & Gard, Attorney foi Plaintiffs; l -4 -ll-lS-2.'.-l FOR SALE—Some lumber and wood 110 West Monroe. (First Published Jan. 11. lOOS.) PIBLICATHKN >0T1( E. In Justice Court before J. C. Mer- The SavonburK Record takes excep- tlon to the story in the Jopllu Herald to the effect that Sylvester Olson may luot play with the Jojilin .Miners this , „ r t u M The program follows: | season because Ills vision has been af- ^- ^""^ ^' H^riic. Al- Part 1. ;foeted by ah injury sustained last sea- Ion County. Kansas. Cliorns, "Let the Hills and Vales Re- son. The Record says: , j. .\. Brown, iilaintilf. vs. Ed Linn, svund." Richards School The above dope from the Joplin jpfendant "The .Moon is Beaming O'er the Herald was siirely used as a '"llller" on FOR SALE—A driving mare and buggy. Horse city broke, safe for lady to drive. Inquire 832 .N'orth street. FOR SALE—Good milch cow. Inquire 404 North Elm. FOR SALE—$1800 stock of grocer- lea and store fixtures. 402 South Kentucky street sTMoaao OIL COHMHT. A\ IXSlDIOrS DA5GER. One of the worst features of kidney frouiilo is that it is an insidious disease and before the victim realizes his lianger he may have a fatal malady. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the first si^n of tr:)UbIe as it corrects irregu- Uuitles and prevents Rright's disease and diabetes. Burrell's drug store. FOR SALE Git E.KCIIANGE—A: clean stock of ]ad!f.=; ;in'l missi;? t^hoes. I Will take lola city property. Address "Shoes," care Register. j "THE Millennium." Thf> Millennium or 1000 years of R*>v. 2", will be the subject Sunday • •venint: at 7:"« at the Seventh Day ,\(lvfntist church, 3 blocks south of tile .sfpiaro. I.-^ thr" .Millennium to bo spent on oarrh or :n hr^aven? \\1il the wicked have a se-ond chance? Where is Satan bound and what happens at Ivuke." Blockley. ia.dull day. Facts were evidently dis- Readiiig. "Resnlar.';" 'regarded and some sifi"\ wasted in Publication >«ticr. . I tho time of iho first and second resnr- rOrf#2fil*7-iWlsoe?/aa !COtJ «i subject wm be iiius- FOU KKNT—House at I'OS North take notice that he has been sued in niSTlRBED THE CONGKEGATIOX. The person who disturbed the con- sre.iiation last Sunday by continually couRhIng is requested to buy a'bottle of Foley'.s Honey and Tar. Burrell's drug store. > Blaine Montgomery explaining an imaginary injury to "our ' 1 1.adies Quarter, "Hark the Lark," sc- Ol|on-s" eyes. "Oley" ha.s a good eye.' .^^^^^ maimed court bv J. A. Brown letted 1 two of em, and the sporting novelist , 1, MLssis Walker. Saco, Ruble. Jones of the Herald will have to take another account for %U.J-.. the same t-ato(l by a shart. Al! are cordially invited to coma Said defendant. Ed Linn, will hereby ^ ^„p,, County ^'^'^ Scriptures" with us. - .1.... 1 1 1 :« * 1 » - . ^ ^ Bank. FOR RENT—Kiiriii.^hcd rooms for I C. Clark, (pastor.) A CARD. This is to certify that all druggists •EC. A. B0WLU8. PrMldent THOS. H. B0WLU8, Cashlar. ALLEN COUNTY STATE BANK Capital $30,000.00 DIRECTORS A. W. ,U»eK L. C. Beatty, A. J. Fulton, W. J. Evans, J. O., Rodgera, Sao. A. Bowlui, Thos. H. Bowlua. WE ISSUE OUR own DRAFTS OR AU EUROPEAR POiRTS •AFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT FROM S2 to IS PER YEAR. Hair. Esies, Gales. Ketterman, Jury quality of ball that the Olson Iioys put Hymaes. Felger, Dick. "Songs of the Ducks," selected. Part II. Breach of I'romise Suit—Elsie Douglas vs. Clarence Gates. up. and they were favorites from beginning to end of the seastm. Sylvester's vision is not faulty and his record entitles him to look for a good I salary the comin .i; soa .son. .Miornevs for jilalntiff: Erwin Hair, I Pete Jury, Alice Bright. I PILES CURED AT HOME BY XEW Attorneys for defense: Ross Forney. | ABSORPTION .METHOD. Dadoliih Felger and Earnest Dick. Method Ut Episcopal Chnrch. Sunday school at 9:4:. a. m. Preach costs of said action. " Said order was issued on tho Mth day of November, 1907, by said Justice J. C and s .Tid cause will be heard at the City of La Hari)e by said court on the 8th day of February, 1908, at ten o'clock a. m. .r. A. BRO\\'N. Flaintiff. Attest: J. C. Mercer, J. V. i-ii-is-;.->. i-oasnmption. Contains sovemuer,, poR,t room house. 208 . 'IJ^^,, '"'^.^l^rZ^iZl 'ti:: . Mercer. |North Walnut. Api^Iy al 204 North ; store. If you suffer from bleeding, itching, blind or protruding piles, send me your address, and I will tell you how 'to cure yourself at home by the new Ingatlla. m. Class meeting at 12 m. absorption treatment; and will also Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth send some of this home treatment free league al 6:30 p. m. Preaching at for trial, wfih references from vour; 7:30 p. m. At the close of paryer own locality if requested. Immediate: Men's soles ind heel^ TS cenf? T-,rtie«- meeting next Wednesday evening a del relief and permanent cure as.sured.' , \t ecate will be elected to the Lay Elec- Send no money, but tell others of this """^ ^'^f^^ cents. Repair rub• toral Conference to be held in Baldwin offer. Write today to .Mrs. M. Sum- her boots. First class work. 21> South at the time of ine annual conference ini mers. Box P. South Bend, lud. street. Storniwind and Klingate, shoemakers,, make shoes and repair shoes. Walnut. FOR RICNT-Five room pood I I'ROK. WKSLEV will address the. repair. Inquire 423 South Cottonwood.'""""^' the Y. .M. C. A. to• ——^TT'^zrrr^rr— • i ttmrio '.i- afternoon on the subject of •The World's Greatest Needs." The musical number will be duet by Miss Poi' of Hunibolut and Dr. Haigh of 111 is city. Its Economy To have your Carpets ai:d Rugs cleaued by TiieiolaRsg Factory rwoNE sift. How (o Avoid Pneumonia. You can avoid pneumonia aad other sf .Tious result.^ from a cold by taking Foley'b Hfiney and Tar. It stops tho coti-'h and expels the cold from th« system as it is mildly laxative. Refuse any but the genuine in the yellow l)ackage. Burrell's drug store. The Most Enterprising People Need Credit Help at Times. A DoTlar or OTwo a Weelc Will I>o. W E Know that the most diligent and hard-working: people require credit accomodations occasionally or continually. Circumstances may be a little against them and while they are working steadily and conscientously yet the current expenses at times exceed the income in spite of everything. So it's no undignified act to ask for credit. The best people in every community do it when occasion requires. We are glad to give credit help to every family in lo!a—no matter how great or how small their earning. We have faith in the people—trust them thoroughly. We endeavor to give each customer the credit service which his particular requirements demand—arrange the terms of payment so as not to inconvenience the person a particle. Then we extend favors whenever occasion arises, it's dignified credit—confidential credit—the most helpful credit being given to its customers by any clothing institution in America. ^ Ladies' Man Tailored Suits, Skirts, Wabts. Cloaks, Coats, Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Cravenettes, Hats and Furnishings. Know what it is to be dressed stylishly, comfortably, and economically, paying your indebtedness only as you can. Hasten to start an account at THIS YOU People's Store Outfitting Co. ^i 'jtelfr*^-' .v ,'-7MtTi 7— >,-,1v^i4-' , rt ,.-Ml-i _ _ .1

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