Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 24, 1903 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, June 24, 1903
Page 5
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IITE Within a few miimtes' ride <^Iola, tis^BJ^epr Gas Catsy wid aJbi^ bJoc^ES to pew Cement Fresh^, heMMiil sumiimi^ ^the mosti desirkble flocatioh for r homds in Allen county. 1 a^lTERMS:—Prices are from $70 to $100 per lot. Lots iare soxiocf. $i{.dd dow^ Locationz-'ElectrjcJlne on tlie soutli. lola public road on tlie north and Just half way between Qas City and LaHarp^. Office at Tetminus Electric Line Write^or callloh TDE SECRET Of SUCCES8 is in ;knowing a good thing when you see 4t THE OTOES BALE Is in not ,l^tting it get away from you. Oiir customers are finding the two halves of successful buying her«5. "How do you soli that for so little?" is hear-dniaDy times a day. Read our ads. SometMng fresh every day. all new goods—no culls, job lots or left-overs to offer. THE PEOPLE'S STORE Of the slightest misrepresentation or fraud; everything; exactly as representated; all prices fair and, IQW. Qualties considered, who can beat these prices: Mothers bats, per pkg p8c Friend Oats, pkg .08c Grape Nuts,-?»pkg9. .25c Korn KHsp, 3 pkps. 20c EegrOrSee, 2 pkgs .^SOcll Crispo, with spoon, 2 pkgs 25c 3 lb> pkg Crackers ' 20c Gallon apples 25c Gal Pie IVeled Peachds 35c Phone 308 North Side Square lOLA, KANSAS. LOCAL NEWS. soooooooooocoooooooooooooq J.M.DAV1ES Anti-Combine Dfl^ertakerS Embalmer East Side of Sqaare :*t)aVies^ Novelty Store' Phone No. 306 E.C Pinkerton PINB CIGARS and TOBACCOS. Leadtn { Up-to-date T^Hor^* i i Weff : Ma jl|iH>B Av# Dr. Porter, DentlaL J. E. Chastaln, OejitlaL Dr. O. R. Bushfleid, Dentist Kodaks and supplies at MillBr's. ' Business men 's lunch at the "Our- Way." Mr. W. D. Wolf, of lola, is moving to Emporia. Coolest place in town for soda is the "Our-Way." ' J. T. -Seitz went to Independence for a few days. Remember the "Our-Way" when hungry or thirsty. * Miss Clara Hildebrant went to Independence for a visit T. G. Payton E^nd W. Morey went to Chanute on business. ? John Harris went to Humboldt to have his corns cured. Money to loan on farms or city property. .1. H. Kasbeer. For tin work go to Ira E. Patterson, 715 East 8tr.3et Tel. 53. . George A.. Bowlus was called to Chanute last evening on business. • Have you seen the latest reduction at Northrup 's quit business sale. Private money to loan property. Frank Wood, Northrop BIdg. A son jv^as bom last night to Mr. andl Mrs. Peter Jones, of 11 Scott street. Roofing and spouting. All kinds of sheet metal work. Ira E. Patterson, 715 East street TeL 53. The White Mountain refrigerator is the best on the market for the money. Buy it of Schell & Baird.. Mrs. J. M. Wells, who has been visiting Mrs. Dr. .A. V. Lodge of lola. left this afternoon for Erie. Mr. Frank Fisher left this morning for Joplin, where he will take up a course in a business college. Wiss Lida Pullun left yesterday . Bellow Heigle left.this-morning for Yates Center to attend the Epworth League convention. Mrs. Myler left this morning for Yates Center to attend the Epworth League convention. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sayre left this, morning for Colorado Springs to spend the summer. Mrs. Gaines left this morning for Nevada, Mo., for a-vislf with her mother for a fe\(r weeks. ^ Mrs. F. H. MiUer, who has been visiting Mrs. J. T. Price, left this afternoon for EH Paso, Tiexas. We can make j you low Hgures on furnace beating. 715 East.street; Patterson, L ^j^nina.fqr Rich Hill, Mo., for a few days' visit with friends and relatives. J when it will all be over. Ira E. Tel. 53. Have Davis do your baggage transferring. Office Katy depot Residence phone 459, office phone 338. Mr. Frank Riddle came in this afternoon from Lawrence where he has been for the pastj few days. Miss Bowers and Miss Montgomery left this mofnlng for Yale, Kan., to visit friends .and relatives. If you want to giet your monfey's worth in a refrigerator buy the White Mountain of Schell & Baird. Too/bad Northrups' -are quitting business. You can always depend on what you bought at Northrups.' • Miss Lizzl6 Allen, who has been visiting Mrs. J. M. Davles, left for her home in pittsburg this afternoon. Mrs. Sturtevant left this morning for New York and will go later to Chicago and San Francisco for her health. - Schell & Baird handle the celebrated White Mountain refrigerator, the best one on the market for the money. Zarley Hamilton, who has been visiting Mr. Alex. Hamilton, returned to his home in Yates Center this morning. ; ; Found—Leather dairy and account book. Owner can have same b^ calling at this office and paying for this notice. Mrs. W. J. Pickell, of Humboldt, left yesterday for Rockbridge, III., for a visit with her father for two or three weeks. I will pay %c each for good clean long berry boxes at Mr. Morrison's grocery store, south side square. A. B. Mull. i Ralph and Archie, Pickell, of Hum- l^oldt, went this morning to Yates Center to attend the Epworth Leagiae convention. Mrs. Bartholomew, who has been visiting her son, Mr. Don Bartholomew, left for her hon^ at Pittsburg this afternoon. Frank Bonnell went to Chanute. Mr. W. H. Hamman,-ot Gas City, left this afternoon for Cherryvale for a visit with hik folks. The prices at, Northrups' quit business' sale are" selling the goods fast It's only a question of a few days. Another Lot of| Iqiporte^ Woolens QOOD THig YEAR GROUND i . Noftlmp BMlldii«. The Register erred yesterday in saying that Fred Smith. *urt at the bottling works was! a son of Probate Judge Smith. "One thousand, and sixteen Jiundred people have asked about J tlie boy,'? said, the jiidge this morn- .ing, whlcb-is the; penally ior having the naoie Smith. • Business men and their clerks will find it to their advantage to lunch at the "Our-Way." Only a few more days and the greatest quit business sale at Nbrthrups* will be a. thing of the past Buy the White Mountain refrigerator, the best on the market for the money. For sale by Schell & Baird. Go through St. Louis and see the World's fair buildings. Take the "Katy Flyer." Only one night on the road. Persons desiring stand rights for 4th of July should apply to.W. Morey, lock box 762, lola, or 306 South Tennessee street. The citizens will have to get busy if they want to get some of the goods now selling at the closing out prices at Northrups'. I Do you need a refrigerator. If so buy the White Mountain of Schell & Baird. You are sure of getting your money's worth. bheap money • on city property. Loans made at once if title Is perfect Smith & Travis, room 8, Northmp National Bank bulldliDig. Miss Sophia Donica will give a recital on "Browning" at the' High school building Wednesday evening, June 24. Admission,! 25 cents, Orlando Hunter, who has been a steady friend of the base ball team all the time, has been robed with authority to arrest all who molest or disturb the peace on the ball grounds; Price & Davis, House Furnishers, New and . second hand goods ; of all kinds. Watches, clocks, and Jewelry. Fine watch -repairing.. L^an office in connection. North side square. George J. Hess and Isabella Sullivan were married today by the Catholic priest They are both well known young .people who will have the congratulations of all their friends. A!still L. Edwards, a brother of Mr. Edwarhs, of the firm of Bickford & Edwards, and Miss Estella Deer, daughter of a well known carpenter of Highland. Piace, were married this morning. ' A lovely rain visited, the country last night, helping the farmers by sprinkling crops and soil and benefit- .ing the town folks by cooling the air. It was a short shower, without fuss or fearful accompaniment.-' Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Allen, who lived here ^hen lola, lil;e the boy's dog Tige "was a pup," have been here for a short visit. Mrs. Allen Enri- poria this morning for a month's visit with her mother. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. 3. Bennett corner of Buckeye and Jaclc- son streets, is today being held a family reunion, there being present Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Charles and daugh-. ters; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stowe, Mrs. Geo. A. Charles and Mrs. H. J. Charles, of Knoxville, 111. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are Just what you need when yon have no- appetite, feel dull after eating and wake np with a bdd taste in your month. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach, and g^ve you a relish-for your food. For sale by all druggists. Reginald Saphar sustained a very painful injury at the clement plant last night. He and another young man were carrying a heavy Iron plate off one of the engines, one that weighs a few hundred pounds,. ; when Reg's "buddy" dropped his end.of it and Sapliar caught it on the toes of one of his feet. He worked on for five hours before. he gave np and this morning he cannot put his foot on the floor, "nor on the ceiling," Jiis father says. It is hoped that the hurt is^ but a braisexthatch©:wiil ;quickly.over. THE CROWN PRINCE for Men We have a suit for the young men, made for them with all the style and finish known to good tailors. *: We call it our ^fown Prince. It's about the nobbielt thing on the market; cut with for|5.-|itting coat. This IS a product. 9f ^CEShlR Chicago, maker? of clothing sold by this store, and is! made up !:irom the latest and nobbiest cloths. ; We guarantee our clothing "Your ntoney back if not as represented." t , , Keep in mind clothing sold by this store is, priced moderately, everything the best but not high priced. A few dollars make a big showing at this store. BAReiAY 'SHIBLDS CtOtfllNG CO.^ WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OP COATS that LfQpiri* r GLOTftlNG keep their shape.; rVBRafKERS with Indtviduality. r AttiieM.E&T. Ida, Kans.^ jfke iO, )903. To the people of lola sind Men Cotfnty: Tiie isndetsigazd' LtfinWr^^Compaiiy lias Opened up a. yard on ndrtli Jefferson av^^a|- joining the M. K. Sc T* depot, where jottwiil ihk a complete stock on liaiid at all times. Ws for a share of yofir trade and )^ to nlerlt tii^ same hy fair prices an^ good materlat and see us and get priced before ybo htty, I Yours RespectffHIy, f4,|..|..t.,t ,.i.;i,.:.;i..;..i ,.t .,KMi ..:..i.;..iMi..iMi,t ,.ini ,t ,.|,i, tin t it ni'ii-'i't'iii ft i vtiVji '5 Wiley Potter Has moved from the stone barn on^ast Ifadi- J son avenue to Thfe 5tiar ^arn on West street, where he will continue to buy | your horses and mules paying at all times ihe_ highest market price.; ^ Boilers Jta.rfeet«fwr>trtaehta.^T Belting. Padclng. 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