Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1908 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, January 18, 1908
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(jftrand Theatre TO.>'IGKT. "That Qirl" -THE AMEKICAS GIRU" Prices 10c and SOc the pastor, wilt prMca at 11 a. m. oa "KxpeHmenUl R«li£onr and at T:Su Lp. m. on "Mebr«w Proverb and Rico•>8. Ciu^a rich man be rlRhteoua? This IS the third in a series ol sermons on Hebrew Proverb, ^bbath school at 10 a. m. C. E. MeetlnK at 7:30 p. m. Little Buildera' Chapel. Mrs. B. N. Jones, superintendent. Boys' Sabt>ath far Sabbath 00000000004-0000 00 o o O lOLA TETEBIXART HOSPITAL O O O O Frank S. Seattle, T. O O Telephone 189. Prop. O O • > O oooooooooo•^oooooo BENZO- QLYCERO (Spencer) For those who work out of doors , Heals cracked and broken skiu on the hands and face: Get it at SPENCER'S DB. J. F. JAMS809. The Sneeesiful Ave* tloBeer, Teterlmrlan. Vurm MlcHor Prdlitrrrd ttock nicii mndr anywhere. Vetrr Iniiry cnIN aii»wcr«l day or olght. OfScr with D OUK U U Broi. Phpiic ij, rculdence iia lOl.A. KANSAH. The Walch, the Rlnp, any of that Jewelry" yon intend buying is here. We have a groat variety of Designs and ire are sure that we can pirate every one, lioth in taste and pocketbook. school schoo at 3 p. m. ReRuli at 3 p. m. Reception of mem- fers and communion at 4 p. m. E^-en- Mr. Starkey iuK service at T:3U p. m. wfll spealc. Basaett Chapel. Win. Davis, super intendent. Sapbath school at 3 p. m. Ordination Service at the Christian Church Tomorrow. The recently elected elders and deacons of the Christian church will be ordained at the momlnR service tomorrow. Rev. G. W, Kitchen, of Cbanute will preach the ordination sermon. He will also preach the sermon at a preparatory service to- nlKht at 7:45. All the officers to Ixe ordained are urged to be present tonight to complete instructions for tomorrow's service; and the public seu- erally is invited. R. H. EIJ^ETT. SUnlster. Rev. G. Wt Kitchen will preach In the mornine at 11:U0 and will assist in the ordination of the elders and deacons of the church. The pastor will preach in the eveninir. Bible school at lOaOO. Junior Endeavor at :00. Y. P. S: C. E. at 5.30. A cordial welcome is extended to all these services. R. H. ELLEriT. Minister. St. John's Church. Mjasses at S:00 and 10:30. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. m. Sermon at 10:30. Mass. Christ's Views of Divorce. r. B. Church. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. ricachlng at 11 a. m. Jr. Y. 1'. C. U. at 2:30 p. m. Sr. Y. P. C. U. at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Prayer .MeetinR Wednesday nlKht. Special music for both Sunday ser- clves. All are welcome. Come. 0. O. MlSAMORE, Pastor. Q. A. LEFFLER, JEWELER. First Methodist Cbnrch. Siindny school ut !):4f> a. nt. i'reac'hIiiK at U a. m, by Rev. H. W. Charrec, followed by cumniunlon ser- ^•'••f- ... J ft* .Innlor Ixnisue at 3 p. ni. Kpworlh t>e;iBue at 6:30 |i. in. Itevivnl service at 7:30 p. ni. Itev. M, Kelly will preach and there will be a soiiK service led by Brother Anderson. To all of these services you are in- vltoil. Monday i>. ni. at 7:30 the presiding elder will hold service together with iho Iiiisinessi of the 4th quarterly conference. * I Souis are being saved at these services and the church is receiving additions right along. Don't fall to attend and bring your friends. The new song books add much to the service. J. .M. .MASO.N". Pastor. Si. Timothy's Episcopal Church. hiiany and sermon tomorrow at U a. ni. The subject or sermon. "Christ Our .-\'.l." There will be special music. Sunday school at 9:45. AM are welcome. REV. J. D. KRl'.M, D. D. m jmt mt wm '*Tlm lmi9 a^C** V By Fnueli LIttK It vaa to the six best sellert reven times, uid at the head of the list three Umes—few booi^s make such a record. The publishers are far l>ehind on ord^. are running two binderies night and day to catch up on this little book. Have you read it? Evmnm Brosm THE BOOKSELLERS. Ererrbodjr Knoiri Where. Ries. Phone 679. Office Phone 233 Henry G. Newton, Mqr. Cirs to any part of city of countrj-. Trunks carried. Ree. 217 N. Wash. lOUA, KAN8. '^he American Girl" Sunday night at the Grand Theater. MISS FAY Noyes, of lola, has taken the Stony Point school for the remainder of the term. Mrs. Lloyd Or- blson Pilot. having rasigned.—Bronson CLEARING SALE The most remarkable values of the season throughout the store. Does the fact appeal to you thikt a saving of one-half is now to be made on our entire stock of Ladies' Coats and Purs. MR R. EARL COX. vice president of the Kansas Grain Dealers' Association, attended a meeting of the Association in Topeka Tuesday and Wtednesday of this week. This was the 11th annual convention.—Elsmore Leader. R. P. MOBEEI who has been working at the pump station, returned to his home in lola Wiednesday. Ho expects to move his family here soon. Caney Chronicle. THE W"ORK.ME.\ who have been drilUnp down on the D. R Inge farm finished a "dry hole" sometime Tuesday night.. Just where the rig will be moved ni>xt we have not learned, but hope It will be kept In this vlrln- ifv 'til a rlnroarlng gasser Is brought in. lola papers have been claiming the territory taking In the Inge farm, and under the clrctimstances we'll let 'em have it.—Yates Center Advocate. "The Amerlrnn Girl" Sunday night at the Grand Theater. TOE CATt THAT HEVEKFAilS THE IOWA GATE Wa PENCING! We have jtist received two cars of woven wire fence and can make close prices. T. B. Shannon Two Big Stores. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Sunday school at 10 a. ni. Church service at 11 a. m. Subject. "Life." Testimonial meeting Wednesday at s p. m.. •(»•«; Sen-Ices held In Christian Science hall at 110 East Jackson. The hall Is used as a reading room from 2 to 4 p. 111. each week day. The public is : cordially invited to the services and ! to visit the reading room, j MRS. B.MMA E. ADAMS, First Reader. Ser- Bapllst Church. Sunda.v school 9:4i> a. m. .Morning service at 11 a. nt. nion. "the Privilege of Service." H. V. P. I', at 6:30 p. m. Kvening servire at 7:30 . Sermon liv the pastor. W. II. G.\nKiELD. Pastor. Trinity Methodist Chnrrh. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Prc:irhing services at 11 a. m. an.l T::'.o |). ni. Junior League at 3 p. ra. Kpworth I>>agup at G:30 p. m. Wo extend a conlial invitation to ali I'of nur servires. Strangers will please !•> make themselves known to the com- inittoo at the door..\. .M. HARKNESS, Pastor. Thirty-six dollars a week and expenses to men with rig to introduce Biia:anteed poultry compound. Experience unnecessar.v. Bank reference given. Grant Co.. Dept. 80, Springfield. 111. U Highest Quality More Converts Every Year Every day in every year that comes, more housewives are giving up tfaeir exorbitant priced Baking Powders and turning to K C, the honest and reliable, vdiich has stood so w.dl the test of years. They are finding out that BAKING POWDER costs one third the price of powder any-, where near K C quality, and makes better, piirer, more healtiiiul baking. 25 Ounces for 25 Gents Perfect I Results g MRS. MARBl.T^ of lola. was th.' gu .^st of Mrs. C. H. Holmes last week and the first of this wepk. Mrs. Marble h .is knowTi Mrs. Holmes since the latter was a cirl ton vears old aurt thfir visit with each other was a very enjoyable one;.—Moran Hera 'd. Rood Agents make $5.00 and more per day selling new Automatic Fastener for either skirts or trousers. Unrivaled agency proposition becanse re- neat sales are guaranteed. (Not sold In stores). Write for special offer to represent us \utomatic Hook & Eye Co.. Hoboken, N. J. Coats One-Half Original Price. $5.00 CtiatB are now $2.50 7.60 " " J3.T5 10.00 " " $5.00 12.00 " $6.00 15.00 " " $7.50 20.00 " $ro.oo 25.00 " " $12.50 115.00 Carracul Jackets, $7,50 18 00 " $9.00 20.(0 " • $10,00 25 00 " " $12,50 Clearance of Fine Waists fCOr, $7.00 and 18.00 Net Waists at $3 95, in all sizes and up-to-date styles in high colors; eciu, white and black. A silk waist sale that will outrival all foimer bargain sales. Remember our $6 to $8 Waists at $3.95 Children's Coats. A Mere Nothing is the Price Now 13.50 Bearskin CJoata $|,75 5.00 " " .....$2.50 5.00 Mottled Plush Coats $2.50 6.00 Chinchilla Coats.. .$3,00 3.00 Cloth Coats ...$|.50 4.00 " $2.00 5.00 " " $2.50 7.50 " " $3.75 Furs at Half. .1.00 Fur Scarfs, now. 50c 2.00 " (1 (( ...$1.00 3.< 0 " (( II • -$1.50 4.50 " i< It • $2.25 G50 " i( II • $3.25 8.50 " u It $4.25 12.00 " <( It • $6.00 15.00 " i( II . • $7.50 All Children's Fur Sets at One-Half Price. • Remarkable Clearance of Skirts. $10.00 Skirts, now. $6.50 $5.00 6.50 " $4.50 5.00 " ...-..$3.25. 4.00 " ......$2.50 One lot of Skirts, one of a kind left from the season's Bell< ing—valnes np to 14.50, your choice for. .$I.9S Clearance of Dress Goods This will be a rare opportunity to secure a ^new dress, a new skirt or a new waist pattern at a big saving. 29c Dress Goods, now I9c 69c " " " 35 .C $1.00 " " 75c 1.50 " " " .... $1.00 1.25 52-inch Broadcloth, clearance price 75c THE MEETING which the rural carriers have been trying to hold for the last month or more and postponed from time to time on account nt the bad condition of the roads, will he he'd Saturday, nleht at UiMnrne If everything Is favorable. — >roran Herald." Buy that Overcoat Now and save $3 50 to I5 00 on the coat. C/ie Barclay Shields Clothing Ci THE STORE THlT SATISFIES. THE UNIVERSITY Pharmacv" has been purchased by Messrs B. and C. B. ICinne. who assumed control on Thursday the second. Mr. C. B. Kinne is a graduate pharmacist of the University of Kansas, and haa for some Ume been connected with the Smith DniK Co.. Second and James streets. The new owners of the Unl verslty Pharmacy are thoroughly con vinced of the good business possibilities of Seattle. amT more particular Iv of the University district. .Mr. L. B. Kinne was a visitor in Seattle about two years ago and was so fav- orablv impressed with Seattle that he closed out his business Interests In Kansas and returned here recently.—Seattle (Wash.) Interlaken. <^he American GirT Sunday nlKht at the Grand Theater. ROL.WD YounK came up from Jop- in last evening for a few days visit vlth friends in this city. DR. P. E. Waugh enjoyed a visti .vith Mr. R. n. Roe, of Aurora. III., yesterday. .Mr. Roe and Dr. Waugh ^•ere roommates while attending col- ege at Ann Arbor. THE STATE Bar associaUon will hold Its annual election of officers at Tojielta January 30. A number of local attorneys will attend the meeting. H. G. FREDERiCKSOX has been malting frequent trips to lola the last A -eek to see his father who has been .-ery sick.—Elsmore Leader. THE BOOZE must have flowed quite rreely last Saturday, as we have heard if several drunlts on that day. There somebody selling booze in Hnm- "loldt right along, and it Is strange hey are not apprehended. This town 's not so large but what law violators -ould obe caught. If one or two can be trapped all can be served the same way.—Humboldt Union. FABIfS, I D Howell Couty. XIasonrL To Exchange for City Property or Merchandise. Write for list Give full deseritpion and price of what you have. J. T. GILKOITSi PtDMU, LOCAL >EWS. DR. FRANK Fitzerald. the osteopathic nerve specialist, of Parsons, Is here Riving expert testimony in the case of .Albert Butts vs. Dr. Flynn, of Humboldt. E. J. Davis Moving Van. Phone 909. ing the past several months. THE COUNTY superintendent has appointed F. E. Smith as member of the school board to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of WL E. Ale* ahder.—Savonburg Record. nute, where he had pawned a new pair of shoes for a trifling sum. As they needed the shoes the officers believe they were stolen. They are hard looking bata and their confession makes certain that they are doomed to a term In the penitentiary.— Channte Sun. FOR RENJ—Eight room house two blocks from postofflce. on Walnut. Price 116.00. Inquire Claude Culbertson. Finest mnslcal orfranization that ever visited loUu Preshyterlan chnrch Tuesday cvenlngr. Admission S5c. lOI.A NOWmaKes a bid for being the home of the stingiest man In Kansas. He Is George WTest. His wife, Dora, has sued him for divorce and declares that during the number of years that they have l)een marrie^j the only article her husband ever' bought her was a pair of gloves.— State Journal. TUESDAY Ayres McClanahan sold his farm, west of town to C. Seil. W« could not learn much about the deal more than that the consideration was $4,750. Mr. McClanahan gets a fine black stallion in the deal, and also some cash.—-Yates Center Advocate. STRAYED OR STOLEN—One black horse with white spot on forehead, white hind feet, wire scar on right hind foot. J. T. Bell, 838 North Jefferson. Dr. Xitrhell, ^otBce and residence, 'phone 40. ED. BOLLI.VGBR is movlnp to the Bert Manning property at 1001 Scott avenue. His mother. Mrs. Wley Bol- lingar, will keep house for him. Mrs. Bollinger has been spending the past several irionths with her son,. Sheriff C. O. Bollinger, at lola.—Ft. Scott Republican. K. r. Cigar Clipping pure leaf tobacco. '»• 1 THE TWO colored men arrested yesterday at lola have confessed to attempting to break into a Bassett store. The men operated much as did the pair who forced admittance to the Katy depot and the Steadman R. S. GILPILLAN. the lola contractor, who was formerly located in this cotinty!. was in town on business yesterday.-rFt Scott Republican. Bell Rinfcrs, Appolo Qnlntette, every one an artist Presliyterian cliarch Tuesday. T. M. f. A. coarse. Repair DepartmeotI Is Just scUng to get ft ehanee to be of service to yon. It Is so thoronghly eqnlpped that there' Is no repair Job that It Is afraid to tackle. We repair the highest grades of Watches that are made, wKh a perfect knowledge of the ; care they shoaU receive. We rejavlaato tired clocks so taht they ran agatai as good as new—we repair Rings, Brooches and Eye Glass* rs and sac hthlags aad stand ready to assist yon oa short notice la any emergency that may reqaire the nse of onr- repalr departent Give tos a caU. J. W. Coffey & Son TOUB JEWELERS. EAST SIDE SQUASEf How to ATOM AppendlclUs. Most Tictima . of appen*dlcitiB are those who are babitualiy constipated. Orino Laxative Fruit Symp cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and IxmeTs and restores the natural action oC the bowels. Orino Chicken Dinner. Warner's Cafe, northeast corner of square, will serve a chicken dinner to-'i^umUve-BVuit Symp does not nauseate or gripe and la mild and pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes. Bnrreil's drug store. morrow. .Stanghter Sale. Of groceries Monday. Tuesday. Wed nesday. The A. W. Lowery stock at 402 South Kentucky to be closed out in three days. yPu'S'^i^l'StoSSforf^Srrba^'^ is lined with flaming geranium, and Killed in Anto Accident. Baltimore. Jan. 18.—George L. Phll- ^ _ . llos. proprietor of the Phillips hotel. meat market here, and at the time and his wife were killed early to 1i ---—r ,K--^^-iiJ^ of their arrest were suspected by by being thrown from an automobile! nnbejj^e irtto wrtlirf^ F^^^ local officers of being wanted here, while spedlng. Lee H. Shaad. owiier j detached Irtm the garment, Wlien searched at Tola one of them and driver of the machine, was ln-«. so that it blows from the open fronts had on him a pawn ticket from Cha- temally hurt but not fatally. | like inner scarfs.—Vogue. ' Colored Satin Lininm. ^Vhite satin llniDga. either fot muffs or jackets or cloaVs. liave become entirely, paase—they are replaced by rich colored Liberty silks hi contrast to the garmeat, reseCa green The Roomed Ghweh. Morning services at 11 o'clock. Sermon, "The Saneness of an Intense Christian Life." Evening servlec at "7:30. Sermon, "The Tragedy of an Untrained Ufa Meeting the World-Spirit." Sunday school at 9:45. Prayer meeting Wednesday eyentag at 7:30. A cordial invitation and a hearty welcome. LOUIS C. HARNI3H, Pastor. ^ at Laayoa peitcr. t \ Sunday school at 3 p. m. Special servioe Sunday evening 7:30. Picture tatlcs every evening nexi: week. L. C. HARNISH, P^tor. To get Beaalts—Register Want Ad. J-24 Women's botilea ftwr a dood <m» fhelr Bf«9. ^hk* naiJKl WMJ cffl« to IWOOTO pecmaiieDb Makh yoiira Into a paaaliig ihadow by taklnt a medicine Itet acta dhM^ order of which has caimdjow*cman (yliato«tl»«il^ien^ you hav«>adache. baekadia. nervous ipeDi diaotag pain* liwgdtt ftBClto m Wine of |Jn.R.H .Uw3cii .clSp««.Ah« wilier I aaffeied wlthfemA Ip*^ fcr.I2 yeas; Wed4 doctoia; they didno good, ad ItookWineolCaidaL Ihare taken 18 bodfciciitfl petf^TTeHeved and am better Ifaan in 20 yean." Sold I7 aB lettable draOlsli. In $1.00 botHea. TiylL^ WRITE US A LEnER H?t£»StsSa^H3&sLB!£

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