Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 25, 1903 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, June 25, 1903
Page 4
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m MiEi'icJPio ;^Weddinflr of Young Peopl^ Occur* '':"?i«»t £|ening—Two Bridei tJepart'FVom This Town. m m 1 ?jCriTher© wer^ 'five ! weddings report- inJIolaliut^eTenL^ and two qf the oids/iTisM'miUji-to^h yotitlg "inen. 'hey'Jive at Laliarpe and pas City, 'liower^r, BO it is much like no'me. AtidePSOn -LedfoW Wedding ' Lafst evening at ihe home of the ^ bride*?! parents, at ^02 South Chest nutf I street, Mr. L. F. ^derson and HIs^ pelphia Lcdford were uijiited in gilmarrikige. They- left on the evening \ train for Gas City, where they will Viiialco their homo fori the prwent fr The br^e is an Itila girl ^ho was r, [bornrnear town and has cailled this ^/^^place homo all her life. She attended tlie local schools and for several years 'Jt ^iwas connected with the Register. She if -'is a chaj-mlng little woman, possessed pvof admirable qualities of person and '^of^ character which have wonhermtny v' friends. The groom is an industrious and worthy young man who at present holds the position of Missouri Pacific agent at iOas City. The si^cerest good wishes of their }.^ lola friends accompany Mr. and Mrs. ' !ki]|derson to their new home: ' Ruble-Lyon Nuptials, i .{At the home of 4he groom's brother, •J^s. L.: Ruble, :702 Nofth Walnut street at 8 o'clock last evening, J. C. Ruble .and Miss Grace^Lyon.were united in ^marriage, t The grc^om has been for some time a furnace foreman at the Lanyon Zinc Company's lola smelters and is an industrious and gontloinanly young man. The bride Is a p(j)pular young lady with many friends. An interesting feature of the'%odding Is I that three years ago Mr. James Ruble wedded a Miss Lyon and it was at their homo that their brother and sister respecflvely were wedded. • . i Prlce-Barr Wedding. Rev. L. I. Dralco last evening united in marriage Mr. William Price, of La!Harpe, anS Mary E. Barr, of .this city, The groom works at the Lallarpe rolj^ ing mill and the bride is a daughter of T. Barr, of 12 Bruner street. They ^will reside In LaHarpe. {. Rodgers-Barrackman. License to wed, and It Is ubdcrstood .j-*the ceremony occurred last night or . todSLf,. was issued to Lewis E. Rod'l -gers and Fannie Barrackman, both of Humboldtj The grwm .Is^a^carpentcr and the bride a dfttightcr of JTBarriek- |;'"r-jnan, ,tb9 well known stock man. Aten-Fitch. i'Afr^e home of Probatd Judge Smith last evening he united In marriage H. P; jW.-Aten, of Gas City, and Lottie Fitch j pf LaHarpe. Horse Nearly Drowned in Gutter. V 'A hundred people saw a sight on ."West Madison about 10 o'clock this Morning that they never saw before; ViH,br will ever see again, perhaps. They fiaw men. working frantically to prcr 'frent a horse being" drowned in a street 1^' gutter. The animal was one of the team belonging to C. C. Luccock ajnd was driven in front of his warehouse Rgfiitt the Acres block. "There Is a soft :place: Inhere a gas or-water pipe was ;L , recently laid and the animal got his tfeet stuck in this and fell down. The •;|tutter was full of wajer from the kheavy rains and the horse fell flat on ^JhD§ side, being held down by the tongue and harness. His head was under |j* water; which was a foot deep, and i)ul for tho prompt help of the men the lltnimal would have,drowned. A Question of Authority. • Thero^ was an unfortunate occur- ienife aj. the ball grounds yesterday af- liemoon; Orlando Hunter, deputized Jto keep, order on the grounds, says he ir^brdered the crowd!back several times ^.,and finally placed L. L- Ponsler under ^;arrest Ponsler claimed that Hunter •fma& short and abusive to him and iHtmtei' claims that he was abused. sBansler resisted and Huntfer called on -man f/ith a star to h^elp him. This riVan was a Gas City policeman. There ras a hard wrestling match and slow &?proSPes8,' and the crowd gathered, lo I what jras wrong. The Gas 01!^ wild-eyed, drew a revolver and shed it with great daring and or- '^^eied the crowd bSck. The crowd was lefiy .basiness men who wanted to ^md^rstand the difficulty, thinkin? surely some mistake. The i /play caused a good deal of ill feel^ '!AB soon as the excitedUrlo could M^'^eard the difficulty was explained ithe trouble ended. ^ jj '1^ Mo. Doutney Tonight N, Doutney will talk upon non- itipal, non-sectarian and no.-j- iV^ temperance in the op^ra housle }£o''c3ock tonight. The, opera house rMr. Doutney the opportuotty to ' Srgreat mtural wtm^tlc power, iJ ^iWHcJi qnt -door speaking qiilt. ke wlllalso rendcv ^jbest Tocal aetooUoaa. Tbo Tbe'^tore With Uttle Price»--The Store So ^iich Talked AlHMitw ^4 iii .i ALL This WEEK : i Third week of this Big Bargain Event. Without parallel, as usual, we scale the heightk of fame. If you have appointad elsewiiere, and Icnow you have, endeavor to balance your account by coming here and avail yourself of money savingopportuhitiestliat are presented to youat this store every day. Extraordinary Sacrifice Sale All Thi^ Week. 4c For Best Calicoes, worth 6c. Balance this week 4c per yard. 2,300 Yard5 Laces Insertions and Embraideries at sacrificing •prices, all this Spring's'production, new, np-to-ddte designs. We can please ypu il others fail, come and look thrpugli our numerous stock, it will pay you. 6c -r- been dis<^ the many For Ladies'Faet Blac^ Hoso, tegular 10c kind, special for the balance o 8c per pair. [ . 7k For 3G inch Percales, sells everywhere for 10c, Balance this week 7ic. [this week 5c For Satin Stripe Dimities, worth 8 l-3c, balance this week 5c per yard. 19c For Silk Mulls worth'35c,; extraordinary bargains for the balance of this week, at 19c each. ' For Ijadies' Shirt Waists worth 75c, specrali forlbalance this week SOh. lOc For Fine Lawns and Dimities, sold for 15c, special for the balance this week 10 cents per yard. 6k For Madras Ginghams wdrth 10c, balance this week 6.^c per yard. ; ' 9c For Ready-Made Pillow, Cases, special for balance this week, 9c each. 39c For Brilianteens in black and two shades of blue, worth regular 50c, special balance this week 39c per yard. I2k Forfipe Dimintles, received late on acciount of the flood, ^fo on sale 'f &r balance of this week at 12ic^ woith 20c.^ : lOc For Ladies' drop stitch Hose, regular 15c kind, special for the balance of this week 10c per pair. 39c For Fine Silk Tissues and Silk Granadiens, regular 59c quality, go on sale for balance this week at 39c per yard. - • New White Waists Exclusive styles made spebial for us. See theitrade winners, $1.19, $1.50. $1.98, $2.48, $2.98, ^3.48, $3.98t$4..S5, $5.85. Walking and Dress Skirts In endless variety, 500 to select from, Silk, Cloth, Mohair, Eti; mene, Voil, Linen, White Pique, Chambery Linen, Fancy • buck, all new and up to the minute at aacrificing prices from 98 cents up to $25.00. CorsetSy Bustles^ Pads, Etc. Special values in Corsets, Bustles and Pads. Long Hip Erect . Form "W. B. Worlds Best." Healthful, stylish and com' fortable, model for each different. bitild of figure, 25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.50 $2.00. 0 Terriffic selling of La wear. See table or wing sleeves. auzc Underwear dies', Misses' and ChildrcA's Gauze Under-display for prices, sleeveless, with sleeves 5c, 8§c, 10c, 12^0, 15c, 25, 50c. Shoes, Oxfords and Sandals For Ladies; Misses, Boy? and Children, 1 cheaper than you cari buy^ them elsewhere. We guarau tfee ev^ry pair of shoes that leaves o^r house, a new pair for every pair that goes wi-ong. Taney Parasols P Extraordinary reductions for the balance this week. ! We will give yotl a special discount of 10 -per cent on all Paras-ols. Don't delay, come at once and ta^e advaxitage of our special prices. 1 Car|>ets, Lii^oleums^ Curtains Hot bargains in Carpets, Lale Curtains, Portiers, Linoleums, Oil ' Clothsi Rugs, Mattings, ICurtains, Poles and WijcLdoW-Shades. See us by all means for your Housef[uri3fishings. "'. ! i: ——— • —i— J Advertisers of Facts riore For Your ndney Than You Can Get Elsewhere All the Time. Sales People To (nsure PROnfiT arid $ATiSFACT« bRVServfc^r^ IL. 1^ A- I z. '

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