Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 23, 1915 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 23, 1915
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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 23,1915. pfou have just fouf more days inNhich to ;suppiy your wants in: this remarkable Nine Cent .. I • . • • 1.-. - . • Sale. The sale closes Saturday night. The crowds have been latge in spite of the ba4 weather aiM the selling has been brisk. gaps in the lines have all been filled in, however, arid choice is still good. Don't let the week pass without at least coining to see the bargains. There are dozens of things here you will need. Ceme and see—tftafs all we ask of you. We Pay Mileage to Out-of-T6wn Customers • Mrs. Albert CfarlBsman and Her children are here from Tulsa, Qkla-.-for a Visit with: her parents, Mr .and Mrs. and Mi's. W. I. Jackson. • .1. V. Roberts spent today looliing after business in LaHarpe. Mrs. Zoe Stevenson, of I^Harpe, was shopping here this morning. Miss Myrtle Vincent, who has been visiting iier parents at Koshkong, Mo., returned h,ere ,today to resume her duties as nurse at the Sanitarium. . iVlvs. John Myers, who became very sicic last Thursday night, is recovering and it is thought it will be only a few days until she. is fully recovered. Mrs. Wallace Bradfield was operated upon yesterday morning at the Swedish hospital in Kansas City, and it was reported today that she was recovering nicely. Henr^ Conley, of Gushing, Okla., and Kay Conleyj of, are at home for a visit with their parents. Fi*'(l .liicksoii, of Keifer, Okla, iff here lor a visit witli his jiarentK, Mr.. W: 1. .lackson. The close of a membership coiit<;Kt In the M. W ,A. lodge was celebrated last night with an oy.ster supper, wiiicli on account of the inclement weather^ was not well atttmded but was-heartily enjoyed by all wlio were present. lilUyiSNiS-IITHUlOLDT fHES.S TOI l{\.|.>li;Vi OI'K\S heutlt of T». \y. Hartmun ->ens Noles and I'ersonal .Veiitioii of JKj i and VIcliiIJj. iiriMBOI .DT. Wm. r.l.— .Mi .ss Kllu' Rose, wlio has beeii v-siling lor tlic past ("ew days \virh her jmrents .Mr. and Mrs. A. Rose, returned to Kaii- sas'City where she, is employed as a leacher in the public SJCIIOOIS. The bunch of older diiiuers who lioI(^ dances regularly at the Fupsman Hall were not ia the lea.-^t "geared oat" by the snowiand sleet'.last inight. A good crowd wn.s proMent and with line; music the evenhig was ' jiiad<^ very enjoyable. Miss Ethel l.udlum who lia.i-• beep sick with lagrippeand forced to rc- maih at home for the past week is again able to be In school. treats will probably be on the "hoo-r hies." Miss Schmidt's literary society entertained the Tiigh school this morning with a very Interesting and ajipro l)rlate program. Mr. Laurenc<; Totman, president of the society appeared before tlie school as spokesman in a George Washington costuim' and the program was in ilie main in memory of Washington. The Physics class of tbv. high school took up the study of. liglu this morning. The subject was given an appriipriate discussion Ity I'rof. Hill eary and tlie students Jire already inclined to think they "sec the light." Mr. 1). W. Hartman, an old resident of HunihoUlt, died at liis liome here Saturday. The fuiu-ral services were held from the home this morning at ten o'clock and tiie body w-as taken to Moran for burial. AFTKK ANY YEAKS .—If a licttercnufili syrui) than Foley's Honey and Tar Compound could be foiinil, W(! would carry it. We know , - - ,this reliable and dependable medicine Last night was. the opening night i has pn-en satisijaction for more than of a very interesting chess toutna-i forty years; therefore we never offer ment at the Congenial Club rocms. !a suiistitute for t';e genuine. Recoin- ^^MJu«»iAw* tit ' Homie of Ball Band Rubber Boots •— The Palace PERSONAL MENTION Several of the best players of the (jlub have been divided ;and a very interest ingtonfest is anticipated. Prizes will be given to the .^winners and the mended for coughs, , colds, croup, whooping-cough bronchial and la- grippe ?oughs. No opiates. Burrell's Drug Store. School COSf OF THE NEW UIf.H SCHOOL "Is .tSe.OiiO too much or too little to put into a Iligh SchoolV" This is a nuestion that a !?<jod many Ijeople'are asking themselves. This is the question that mpmbers of the Board asked tlieniselves before reaching any conclusion. Letters have^hi^en written to lioapcls of '•ducation in cities where buildings have been e;|-ected recently and the replies indicate that the aniourit ijronoseri is a very conservative one. i President (iruvc <iV tin- Newton Board says: "Our building, incl!iding heating and iduinbing, cost ahcjiil $1 W ),00 R." Pr^.sidftnt Hackney, of the Atchison Hoard, says: "Our b<iildiiig and (?i)uipinenf $12.'),000. Our liiiildings arc all fire-proof; they are modern as to lighting and heating, and filtered water. Our idea is to make the public school buildings of Atchison second to iione in the state. We fee! tliat there is no better way to spend the public money." Thfs Manhattan .Board writes; "Our building, site and eqtjipment cost us |117,0(i(i. Pride in the new buildinH has swallowed up all opposition to the bond'issue." • -President Kemp of the Wichita Board writes: "Our High School cost $180,000 and $40,000 for equi))- ment, 'The only regret i»eople seem to have i.s that we did jiot build a laiger one." The- Winfiel(! Board writes: "The cost of our building'and equiijinent was f!i4.000. Tlie most bitter opponent of- llie bonds would vote for them now. Our High. School is the nuist popular, institution in tlie cityr - ThelHutchlnson Hoard writ".'^: "Our High Scliool cost iir^MM} without the site. The total - cost of equiiiinetit and all was $HS,ooo. !-:veiybody is prtoud of the biiilding. Wi" have just let a contract for a .$00,000 Junior High .School and will erect another in a year or- two." . \ . • , Tlie'Chanittc Board writes: "The cost of our two !)uilding.=i, exclusive of grounds.- was $14r),rj4S. 0\ir bond i)rc(position was for $110,000. We see no disposition to re.gret the investment; on the contrary tlie people are jiroud of our buildings." Tlje ^Cniporia lligli Si-hool cost $)G.".,000. Tl|e Kort Scott High School cost $100,000. The Keodesha Higii School cost $8^000. Kron^ tlie above it will bo seen that $80,000 Is a smaller anu)unt than most cities that have recently erected Ijlgh school have put into their buildings. It is felt,; bow ever, that this amount am be made to pul up a jfuodcrn fire-jiroof building Hiat will be ade- qitate iinij will put tola in line w-ith other progressive cliief.of the state. .Mrs. 1>. E. Hush left today for Ot- tuniwa. Iowa, for tin e.xtenrled visit, witii her Mnotiier. -P. J. HonaJ, Tailor, 10!) W. Madlaon { .Mr. and Mrsl L. 'I'. Robertson, who! have been speeding :i week in Bartles-J ville, returned home this afternoon. •] — I'ara.sols Repaired and .New Covers. I'hoiie 2:',1. .Mis.s l-ivangeliue Caiiady, of .lopltii. .\Io., came in today to spend a wedk visiting Miss Edna "V'oung. ' —Drs. Hull it Hull, Osteopathic t'liysiciaiis. Phones 120 and mi. .Miss i3(dle Hqrwitz, who has spent nearly a month in the eastern iriar- ki-ts !)iiying goods for the New York Store, arrived home yesterday. —Pork is cheaper—Fresh Hams 12V^c; shoulders lOVSc; sides 10%c. Robert's Meat Market. Phone 73, Gas. - •• .Mrsi Cliff Thonuis and her little d;. ij;l'.ter. of, Fredonia, are guests at the hnitie Of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. .Mitchell for a dip' or two.^ —E.\ your Old Furniture and Stoves for New at Ed Henninger's Stove Store. •Mir»i' Ben Wittenberg has gone to St. Loui.-^ 1(1 visit relativVs for about two weeks. —.1. W. Phone ns. Rickiiian, Paper Hanger. Dr. Charles K. Sineltzer, after a visit ot several weeks with his parents. Mr and .Mrs. I). B. O. Smeltzer. has returned to Chicago to resumV; his duties as physiciati in one of the large hospitals there. a? . I ! — —Dr. T. O. Oanatsey, Pianologiste, Piano Tuning & Repairing. Phone 421. Mr. and Mrs. T. Balmer, of Medicine x)dge, who have been visiting relatives here, returned home this afternoon. —You are invited to a tea at th.e home of .'Vlrs. .!. O. Major tomorrow. Hours :; to e:.'iO. Free will offering, baptist ladies. .Mrs. .1 \V. Skinner will 'visit rela- ti.-es in .\'eodesha for a few days. AJESTI£» Theatre TONICHT MAItV Fll.l.KR "THE IIE'AHT OF THE IIII.IS" (Three Pails) "THE IMMJ (iOXE EirK" (Nestor t'oiiiedy) ELITE 6-FEATURE REELS-6 Reliance Thrilling Western Feature iri .Two Parts 'For the Sake Of Kate' "Oar Muloal Girl' Thanhouser Feature, Two Parts ''lucy's Elopement" 4!eauty Feature 'love Knows No Law' SO.XG—.HISS EVA HALL ELITE Claude Wright, one of the Register's faithful employes was happy today. Yesterday morning, pn his way to the business college tuition he lost $10. An item in the Register last night told of the loss. This morning, D. C. Clopine, wlio found the money, restored it to the owner. Accompanied by her husband, Mrs. C. C. Brown, wife of the superintendent of putilic schools, will leave to- rnorrow morning for Hot Springs, Ark., where she will receive heat- me.nt for rheumatism. Mrs. Brown lias been ill for mohtris and it ia hoped that the change In climate and treatment will be of permanent hene- (It to her. The city street deiiariment ilid.the handsome thing by projierty owners today. K(iuipped with slush plows, teamsters drove Sver the sidewalks ii'i the priiicipiil,^residence districts to day and cleared them in a jiffy. It was impossible to" reach everybody's walk so the effort was confined to the main traveled ones.. FIVE CENTS PROVES IT —A (ieneroHs Offer. Cut out this ad, enclose with 5 cents to Foley & Co., Chicago, III., and they will send you our trial package of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for coughs, colds, sroup, bronchial and lagrippc coughs; Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets. For sale in your town by Burrell's Drug Store. 1! : -.1 ; t^ti A Chance to on We put oh sale tomorrow and for the rest of the week a great purchase of Wool Fibre Riigii- in the new spring colorings and patternsr and there isn't a Rug you can buy that would give more service and look nice longer at so little money as one of Lhes.e Wool Fiber Rugs. And' to .start the season off lively in our big Rug Room, this week we are t)f]fering these exti'aordinarv values: 1 ; (!x9 Wool Filu-e Rug.s- .sale pi'ice 9x10.6 Wool Fibre Rugs- sale price 9x12 Wool iMbre Rug.s— sale price $5.00 $7.50 $9.50 These Rugs are easily worth from $2.50 to $5.(10 more than they .s(>li at this week. -"Come earlv f(3r best choice. SAMI'ELS CASE IS 0\. y\i\»y WIfnesseK Here to .Attend Henr ing of Prominent Man. C>. A. Tarr, who has been driving a wagon lor the W. E. Murphey Dairy Co.i lias taken up similar work for the (iroves dairy. —Cheaper ("la.soline—10.1-c at Inland Oil and Supply Co. tlier^ —Rugs, Rugs, Rugs. Over 100 new 1 floor Rugs at ICd Henninger's Furniture Store. Mrs. W. F. Talnian and her three clijldron .retu.rned home to Chanute today alter visiting Mrs. ,i. .\. Settlemyer since last Friday. —$1.2.". silk Poplin, all colors and 40 inches wide. Special $t.00 a yard ai Ram.say's. .Mrs .Pearl McCallen has l)een vi,sit- iiig Mrs. .A. Beard for a few days and returned to her home in Bayard this afternoon. —.Attorney .John W. Brown has opened offices in the Stevenson build- in.g where he will be pUased to receive those desiring professional services. .Miss Lola McCoy, of Moran, spent this moi niiig here shopping. Money to Loan —On farm.«. R. M. Cunningham, office State Savings Bank. The preliminary hearing of .1. M. Samuels, of Elsmorp, charged with fraud, was started in the court of Jus tice G. -M. -N'elson this afternoon. Attorney F. J. Oyler represented the do fendant and Wallace H. Anderson, county attorney, appeared for the state. A large number of witnesses have been summoned to testify. Mr.. Samuels is accused (n substance of obtaining .f 1,000,by fraud. It is alleged thtit he contracted for the- sale of 2,000 bushels of corn whicii when called ui)on, he could not deliver. The prosecuting witness is Mr. Cox, of Blsmore. Mr. Samuels de nies his guilt and asserts that he will easily prove his innocence. FINE TALK BY DR. HILSCH^R. "Hiihjion" (he Theme of an Address liy Presbyterian Mininter. Those who braved the weather to attend the meeting of the Current Topics club at the Y. M. C. A., last night wer<; rewarded by hearing a learned, eloquent and instructive lecture on "Babylon, Its Place in Pho- phecy and History," delivered by Rev. S. S. Hilscher, D. D., pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Despite the blizzardj there was a good attendance. I mm 2 Drops of GETS-IT: Out Gomos tho Corn! It's the World's Wonder; Never Fails, i .' Youll make goo-goo eyes at your feet, i after you use "GETS-IT," and you'll ima ' the places, where those blankety corn's used to lie. Just as smooth as your ubeek. THE REGISTER IN HUMBOLDT! The Tola Register will be on sale at Hess' Drug vStore, Humboldt, evei*y evening at 5:35 Today 's News . Today! Price, 2c per copy. "I' 4- K. n. Crookstrum, E. D. Erick#ou and Frank Coyette, of Elsmore, were here on business this morning. —Try us for Shoe, Bicycle and I'ar- asol work. .Nortlieast corner square. l>hone 2:51. W. H. Hooe. of llumholdt. was a business visitor hert; today. —.Another drop in Gasoline 10.Ic— Inland Oil Supply Co. Charles Craig and Miss Viola Gilmore wei-jC'married in Tulsa, Okla., yesterday and will-make their, home in Cushing. —l)r.«). L. Cux, Sprrliilist,'E}e, Ear, Time am Throat. Miss Beul;ih Cress, of Lawrence, I who came yiT^terday witli hi.'r sister, jMiss Lucile (Jress, who will receive Reuben Cowan came over from Fort' treatment at the Sanitarium bere, n Scott yesterday for a brief visit with i turned home this afternoon, his coi;sin, .Miss Blanche York.' .—I wish, to announce my connection ! pilpC RipU R| nnfl witli the Penn Mutual Life Insurance i niun DLUUW Company of Philadelphia as local agent I. am located over the Palace Shoe .S{:ore. Phoue 2^6. G. W. Adams. MADE BY HOOD'S Pure blood enables the slomacli, liver and otiier <ligestive organs to iU^^ ^;!^:,^"!ia :r S^^ng ! work properly. it slowlv. —DresKeil hops »e iter nonnd. Be- livered Inla, K»H City and LaHarpe. Other iiMJliitH >'. 0. B. Phone 73. Hoh- erts Oas flly. W. K. Y-^anCamp, of Prairie Hall dls- ttif-t, was in town this morning and visited at the Begister office. they are siu.uri^Lsh, there is loss of appetite, somciimes fainlness, a deranged stale ot' the inleslines, anil, in general, all the symptoms of dyspepsia. • Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood, and (iii.s is why it is scf very Silfcessfiil in HTe Irealment of so many ailments. Get it today. l.\.irKEl) HEPAIRIXfi WIKES, .Uissoiiri I'aeitic Trouble Man Hit by Falling Cross Arm. .1. D; Colson, a lineman for the Mis- soiiri Pacific Railway, was painfully injured this morning while repairing the line cast of the city. Colson was standing beneath a pole at work.when a cross-arm which had becohie loose, fell uiion his head. Though the cut inflicted ui)on his head was painful, Colson will suffer no serious results. .VI I-. Cc.lsons home Is in Fort Scott. TIIE STOK.H OVER THE STATE. Topekii l{c|iort« tli*^ l<aliwa .T.'< to Hiiie SiiiYereti Mont lltiniage. Topeka. Kas.. Feli. 2.^.—Four days of drizzling rain has soaked with from one to four inches of nioisture, and last night the rain turned to a heavy show, that promised- to put a blanket over the entire state. Temperatures generally will fall below the freezing point and there will be no appreciable rise during the day. Telephone and telegraph wires went down soon after the wet sno* be^an falling. "The Santa Pe had no communication with Emiioria; the Roek Islands communication with Kansas Clt.v, Chicago and points south of Caldwell was cut off about 8^30 o'clock and the BeR Telephone company's toll lines between Kansas City, St. Joseph, Leavenworth and Emporia, went when the snow began td congeal on the wires. ThR change from rainito snow last night occurred about 5 o^Kock, according to dispatches received from Independence.. Burlington. .Jetmore and MediclDc Lodge. At all of these places "How Wide I* > 'GETS-lf Smik 7 Well. • Good Deal Over 2 Feetl" There's no corn or callus among; the mUUona of feet in tUe world that •GKTS- IT" win hot remove—there's no escape. "GETS-IT" is the new way, the simple, common-sense, sure way. It does away with greasy ointments, salves, pads, cotton rings, harnesses, knives, scissors, razors, flies, an4 the limping and | the palnlul pigeon-toe -walk ol. so many cbrn- pestered people. All yon do Is put2dp}ps of "GETS-IT'* on—the corn shrivels up— and good bye. Nothing else la the world like "GET8-IT." UlHl'ona are using It. There's no pain, no trouble, no cliunglng Bboes liecuuso of corns. "GETS-IT" Is sold by druggists everywhere, ^ u bottle, or sunt direct bjr K. I«wreu..j & Co..Ctiliago. Sold in lola and recommended as the world's best corn cure by Morris & Howard. SAFETY HATCH INCUBATOR. the rain had been falling for more than twenty-four hours. At Emporia rain had been falling for live days and still continued last night, seiiding to I^yon county niore than two inches of moisture. Four days-of rainy weather have left Arkansas City with two and a half inches of moisture. Three and a balf inches of rain has fallen at Winfield during the last live days. Santa Fe and Rock Island reports of the weather along their lines show that'the rain has been general and that at a great many iioints snow was "faUlng last nfght. ] The temperature tliis morning probably will bo down to 2.'> degrees oi" lower, and the rise during the day will he alow. I Although there was some dear sky in the south last night Kansas proba- bl.v will not have clear weatlier for several days. The wind was from thc> northwest, blowing at a stiff rate, and it will keep that direction duriiit; the day.' $12 and up. Easy l^ayment Plan. HENNINGER'S FURNITURE STORE. —Tell your Want.<? to 20.000 thru the Register's Classified column; Skin Snlferers —J** ^:,P- Pre«crt»tlon for Kcf- taU. a mild, sntiseptlo wMk. stops that •wful Itch lD »tantly. DrufgUts throughout tho city h»To ^tneased such remarkable cures with TMiis remedy that they now ualversallr iMDominend D. CD. Aa proof of their conndance. tbor t «ffsr you the tirst fuU-slzed bottle on jfuarantee that unless - It doss the •Am FOR TOlT„ It costs you aot a W A teaenis tri;i betUe for uo Kirrrell'.s liriisr .Store. Canon City CoiM To Close up Stock, While it I-Ktsts—Delivered at »r,.50 Per Ton. lola Ice, Cold Storage & Fuel Compiiny Phone 116 Fi'link BIddle,M{pr. i If you want tf t*ell your Farm or t'lty Property, iitt It now with • G.W.Adams HEAL ESTATE,, lOAS'S l .>.SrMA >'CE Unice Over Paliire Shoe Store. Free DMCIDR. —Dancing wfll be'ffee tonighf from H:-M to 9:SO at the Auditortum.

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