Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 26, 1903 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

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Friday, June 26, 1903
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rtlnten,Garr«ttlle'arly Ampu^ted HI* Flye cStitche* |Biarely >*e^ WoundJ Y^terdajf afternoon Clinton Garrett? if^fc twelTe -jearjoId boy who lives with ? JUB parents at |214 North Second street, './iiearly ampatated one of his feet by, i^'Steppingbntoj an empty tin can. The J'icaii-'iiad |a smooth, sharp edge and f ms^iflhnly enough fixed In the groun(I _Jo present an^ .xmyieldlng elge to the ioy's bare- foot. The tin cut across the sole of the foot And around on the 'Side to the bone. Blood vessels were ~ severed and the wound was a painful ^ and dangerous A^lk^. Dr. Goffman was , summoned and after thoroughly cleans plog the wound took five stitches in it. 'S'lt- is hoped that the boy's j;ood health ^'j»lll* oiabie him to recover quickly and that the wound will hpal without becoming irritated. ' ] ' Opera House Testimonials. • Mr. Clarke, who Is promoting' the bew' opera house for lola, is, meeting i with gratifying success -aniong; the business men, but of course meets Inftny who question the desirability of having a first class play bouse. As a proof of the fieeling among reprcsen- ftative business men he has secured -expressions ,from a few which are given belovr. - This Is 1 proposition worthy of the support of every citizen of this city. . A. B. ROBERTS. Is there another city in the United States, the size arid quality of lola, as poorly equipped for opera house service as lola? There may be one I or two, but with the other up-to-date " business' in?erests we certainly need a first-class theatre; to keep pace with the growth and pu^b of this city. . I am heartily In sympathy, with any move that means better thqatre facili- " ties and hope every one will; feel the same way ard "lend a helping hand." 1. M. HERSHKOWITZ p: of the "Famous." ' A first-class modern up-to-date the- titro Is a-great benefit to any city. The I proposition should receive the en- icquragement of every good citizen of jToIa. You hai^e my support. \- GLOBE SHOE & CLO. CO. A ,first-class theatre Is the best a.l- ;VertIsoment of prpsperity a city >can lhaye. It shows to the outsllde world mterprlse and thrift and a live town, a gobd place to entertain our visitors --_an4 friends. I am pleased to say I have subscribed for first night tickets It should succeed. Youre, A. M. BECK. ; Build an opera bouse in lola by all Jneans. , Most every city the size of lola has ;a good modern opera house. .Why not we. If all will help a litUe it •will be a very easy matter and we will have a hew play house for this fall season. , • RAMSAY BROS. D. G. CO. "An up-to^iate opera house is certainly what every flret-class city needs, lola expects to be a first class city. It lUso expects to have a first-class the atre building. Don't wait, help. Push it along. This means all of usi f^- • W. J. EVANS. • I am glad to sec an enterprise of .ttds kind being presented. It should 'be encouraged. The city of lola surely lieeds a hew theatre. ; t r lOLA STEAM LAUNDRY. -4 A good, ;up-to^date theatre is as essential to. completoi a good and other- S lse up-to-date city as a band. Wo i^ve the band now let us all Join in giving lola a first class theatre. Wo have pledged our sujipori. \- CAMPBELL & BURRELL. f"- Force of Habit In a Cow. i The force of habit was very forcibly Illustrated by ah accident last .week at the pumping station of the jW^ater works at Enid, Okla. A tank .stand Just outside the building is kejAXull of water for the accommoda-: il<m of ipassers-by and the neighboring stock, i A cow accustomed to drink at thib ' tank tiame for her morning drlnl. The valley • was covered with water Tand stood within: two or three Inche .of the top of thb'tank, but the co'i air^t,over the waste of waters to ih -'tank.' Twice she .stuck In the mii^ and seemed to be in danger of drowi: ' Jng, but by perserverance she flnall r ^jeached the objective point ' Afte drinking long'and copiously she tura • • ed about tod slowly made her way t) : buad, apparently satisfied that she • bad ^ne. the only available thing to iind water. ^^tH" J Water. Notice.! t^'f <^ looK V p your last water receipts .as ^/^-tbere are a few i delinquent on last '''^''aUarter and I am sending a man i^un« with the. wxenc^ to shut off ' . i W. L. ALLISON. Supt to'fear siidden; attacks of ituDou dysintery^ dUn'hoea •,4i(MBp]aint, if you hare Dr. :ptwm Strawberor Tb6 Stofe With Ui^lePrices-The Store So Mu<h Talked AtMMit. , n<7 • Gtomou» I" - TIjllS Third week of this Big Bargain Event. Without parallel, as usual, we scale the heights of fame. If you have been dis- appointad elsewhere, and know you have, endeavor to balance your account by coming here and avail yourself of the man>r money saving opportunities that are presented to you at this store every day. Extraordinary Sacrifice Sale All This Week. For Best Calicoes, worth 6c. .Balance this week 4c per yard. 2,300 Yards L^ces Insertions and Embroideries at sacrificing, prices, all this Spring's production, new, up-to-date designs. We can please you if others fail, come and look through our numerous stbck, it will pay you. For Ladies' il^'aet Black Hosr, regular 10c kind, special for tht? balance of this [w^eek Sc per pair. • 7k For 36 iilch Percales, sells everywhere for 10c, Balance this week Tie 5c For Satin Stripe Dimities, worth 8 l-3c, balance this week 5c per yard. For Ladies' Sliirl. Waisi^ worLli Von, si)ocial for balance this wook ot'ci 19c For Silk Mulls worth 35c, extraordinary, bargains for the balance of this week, at i9c each., lOc For Fine Lawns and Dimities, sold for 15c, special for the balance this week 10 bents per yard. 6k For MadraH Xiingliams worili 10c, balance this week O.lc per yard. 9c For Ready-Made Pillow Cases, special for balance this week, 9c each.' T 39c For Brilianteens in black and two shades of blue, worth regular 50c-, special balance this week 39c per yard. 12k For fine Dimiuties, received late on account' of the flood, go on sale for balance of this week at 12ic, worth 20o. . I ; For Ladies* drop stitch Hose, regular 15c kind, special for the balance of this week . 10c per paiI^ 39c For Fine Silk Tissues and Silk Granadiens, regular 59c quality, go on sale for balance this week at 39c per yard. New White Waist* Exclusive styles mad^s special fonis. See :tlie trade winiiors, $1,1 ^I-'-JO , Si -98, $2.45|, $2.1)8, ^:^.-ls, $;;.t)8, iii'1.85-$5.85. . Walking arid Dress Skirts In endleea variety, 500 to select from, Silk, Cloth, Mohair, Eti- mene, Voil, Linen, White Pique, Chambery Linen, Fancy Duck, all new and up to the minute at fiacrificing prices from 98 cents up to $25.00. Shoes^ Ox ford* and Sandals For Ladits*] Mis!?es, Boysiand Children, clieaibr than yoi^ can buy them' else- whenU We gna;i;antee every pair of yhoesiihat leaves our house, anew ' ^ f)air f6r every pair thsil goes wrong. Corsets, Bustles, Pads, Etc. special values in Corsets, Bustles and Pads. Long Hip Erect Form "W. B. Worlds Best." Healthful, stylish and comfortable, model for each different build of figure, 25c, 50c, 11.00, 11.50 $2.00. ; 1 fancy Pirasote, Extraordinary reductions for the' balance this \teek. f?nt on all antago of our specia We wil give you'a special disco imt of |10 per. cent on all Parasols Don't delay, come at once and take advi prices. Gauze Underwear Terriffic selling of Ladies', Misges' ivnd Children's Gaaze Underwear. See table display for prices, sleeveless, with sleeves or wing sleeves. 5c, 8irc, 10c, :f2Jc, 15c, 25, 50c. Car|)ets, LInoletiiws, Ciirtalns Hot bargains in Carpets, Lace Curtains, Porfeiers, Linoleums. Oil Cloths, Rugs, Matting^, Curtains, Poles and Window Shades. . See us by all means for your liousefurnishinga. , i i .J '. rV i ' '•^ Advertisers of Facts Extra Sales People 1* " . ilore For Your Honey Than You Can Qe;t p^wliet^All the Tiine^

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