Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 31, 1912 · Page 3
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TRIKINGLY NEW AND TUNNfNGLY Nt)VfcL T AT" T 1? C i For Women of discernment who want Styles that are different. Come, see and try on these decidedly uncommon garments. ^ J)on't put off getting your Fall Suit or Warm Coat any longer. ^ The styles we are showing now will he good ne-xt winter as well as this—they are the most advanced styles of the season—the vei*y latest— and our values are positively unmatchablc. *[ If you get your new Suit or Coat here yuu will surely getthe new styles and the most real value for your money. Pi'ices never were so reasonable. Extra special values in new style Suits from / 1 $10.0(1 to $30.00 COATS from $5.00 to $50.00 Beautiful Dress Cloods That Will Delight You! Everything New in Silks at Prices to Please! Warm Underwear, Blankets, Comforts and Fleeced Goods limiifeM Richardson's 113 L Mafan Music! ' "T • TO-NIGHT ^ Drink to the Music of our Stringed Orchestra. *Good Music •• -AND- PelicioQs Soda t Morris & Howard's West Side Sq. Free Delivery De-Co Non-leak Self- Filter Fountain Pen : We ! think we have tin- best self filler Fomiuin i'eii in Uie ^ua^kel. It's a now one. i We als'o tarry the W A TE}{- 'UAX. Fen io many yin-s and 'styles. Hundreds of styles of Stei-l Pens in S or W wakt-.s. Buy your Stationery of the sUtionery store- Evans Bros. BOOKSTOKE. Imsam mmt] Miss. Florella, Counts, of Baiawin, arrivrd liere this :'.ttenioon for a visit with Miss Rutb Prii-e. —Dr. 0. L. Cox, OcnIIst Mrs. 1). (". \Vorst« r. ot TopcUa. who hiis b<<'n here visiting frionds nturn- od iiomc riiiH rifivniooii. —Graduate Nurse; terms rcasoa- l able Phone 13C3. Ira S. Irshnu-n. of HtinibolOf was a I bupir.f'ss vibitor here this niornins. : —Dr. McXfllen. Pboneg 32 and iS2. E. Norrlirup went to Clianuie this aflfrnoon on business —Drs. null & Hall.' Osteopaths. Teleiihoiies 1*0, 601. Mr?. N. K. Jarkson. of Kansas City, who has been hrre visiting friends, went lo rhanute this aftenioon. —Farm and City Loans. R. M. Cunningham. Mrs. t. W. IJi'lgli. went to Purcell. Okla.. this afternoon for a visit with h' r dauehtor, Mrs. L. J. Pautier, Mrs Xellie Kins, returned j-esferday from a two months visit in Kansas (•ity. acconipanicJ ly her sister Mrs. W. W, Graves, who will visit her lien-, i '—Estra low prices on new and used Gas and Coal Stoves. Ed Hennlnger. West Madison. n. B. D. SmeItz«T w»-nt Jo Clu-rry- V.-.I-' (Ills afternoon to att^^nd a m»<t- in srof thr: Scuiheiji l\:ipsus Heur.ion Association: —Hear the Hussars at opera house October 31. (. Miss Gertrude Barton of Moran, and ' Mrs W E. RaKfitoA who have be«>n attenrtinK the Women's Missionary Convention at Carlyle returned home tliis afternoon. Extra Low Prices Chif Coffee sells everywhere for our prit<'.> 30r \Valt?.s Itrnthers" Prize Chop Coffw. sells vvcrywhere for our iirire . . -.-i 'tv :'. cans Plantation Peas liov cans lieinz Pork & Beans i 'tc :i cans Van Camp's Butter Beans for - . 2 ."ic :{ pkRs. Post Toasties i 'tc '.i cans iowa Sugar Corn. .Wr llelnz Dill Pickles, doz Itic l~i»!a Crackir.s by the bos. per, pound, only . .. ...TUci 4<ic Can .Maple Syrup.. STic KiiII line of ileinz Pickle.s. Best line of Fresh VeBetables. Kiaii. Oy.siers, .Meats and Staple tSroceries. Ncwby Groc. Co. PiKine 2411 KHl S. Wusliin|!t«n I)\lhcr to Any Part of the City PRirv. Ai>vAV( FlhlDITCEl • ETEX TO THE rSERS. Ctment and Zfae PlanU Vwi , <75a,0M Wortb In 1911—Prodnc. tlon Worth 95,000,IMO. The quantity of natural gas produced in Kansas in 1911 according to th« United States OeoIogi<:al Survey was 38.799,406.000 cubic f^t, valued at J4,854.B34. The estimated consumption of ga.4 at cement plants was 13,272,417,000 cubic feet, valued at $739,911 an average price of 5.S cents per thousand cubic feet. Zinc smelters used an estimated quantity of 13,186,505.000 cubic feet of gas valued at $543,301 an average price of 4.12 cents per thousand the price ranging from 1 to ""' ; -rMrs. Paul Wehling. 316 Smith St.. Peoria. 111., bad kidney and liladder trouble, with terrible backacir,, and •pain across the hips. Just Imagine '*er condition. She further says: "I r WAS also Very nervous, had headaches ', and dixzy spells, and was fast getting !_Worjw when 1 took Foley Kidney PIJIs -and now all my- troubles are cured. Foley Kidney Pills have done so much for me 1 shall alway.s recommends •them." For oale at Burrell's Drug i Store. - j —for complete line of hnnier]- Ktork Lotiis B. Hess of Humboldt was •lioliticking" in the city ibis morniiiK. —Hear the Hussars give the "S<il- dier Chorus" from Faust. Win. H. .\cter went to Humboldt this afternoon to accompany the degree team of the Knights of Columbus to f hanute where they will pui- on iht- wcrk of the order. » s l • Tlie SalvatloB Army. j . J. K. Sansom went lo Chunutf ^We will *ave Rummage Sale at; afternoon on business. '"•\W. Madison street on FrIJay afternoon , 1 Wnds of clothes. Come and we will i help you. Thei Commanding Officer.' LIEUT. A. PKDKRSOX, Aas't Delos Clark this Mrs, Paul Dean, formerly Miss Vedu Moore of Sioux Falls. la, is here visiting her pareuts, .Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Moore H. V. Osborne, of I-awrenc", who has been here on liusiness weni \ to I'hanute this afternoon cents. Brick and glaaa works used an estimated 3,3^4,287,000 cubic re «!t of gas valued at $191,140 un average of 5.3 rents per thousand, thciprire ranging from 3 to !) cents. i Although no new gas Held* wen reported for Kansas in 1911. considerable development work was accomplished in the old Helds of the state r<' suiting In the discovery of some very good, wells a total of 301, pro;luc:|vf gas wells iinving been completed in the year. r.VTEXT TIIKIR IXVKNTION. Itiliius Who Conrelved the .Veeuo-rlnir Will .Vurket It. Application for letters patent on-the :uvent4on, "Memo-ring," ilie device of two well known lolans and designed to bo a first aid to memory, has been fll.ed with the patent bureau in Wash- Ingtcfi, The firm of attarneys haiid- ling the case for the lolans report the device iiatentable and there is notliins like it on the market anywhere. The Memo-ring. cap .Tlile of development into many sizes, shapes and styles, may be niantiractured simply as a deviceof utility or it may be em- lielll.-ihed witii various designs and made a combination ui° utility and beauty and is .sure m take a hold nn •he liublic fancy as soon as it is i>laced on the market. The indications are that such a strung demand fcrr t !ie purchase of t.'ie patent may come from manufacturing Jewelers that the paten tees may be induced to place the article out on a royalty basis or sell outright. The Memo-ring is what its name Implies, a ring fitted with a clasp in which a small folder may be inserted. The folder contains tlie items to he remembered by the wearer. The Debating (^louncii meeting wliicli was "to have been held last night at the high school, wa.s po.siponed until .lexi Monday night. I... Osborn, of .N'eushu Falls, who has been hf^re on business, went lo Carlyle this afternoon. Roiiert Trombolil. of t'haniiti-. is i:i he city visiting his uncle. Ji. ». Sii-v •n-on, and wife. The body of the late .Mrs. Nancv Stewart was taken to Lawrence thl- norning for Imriul. Mr.'and .Mrs. II. .McUride, «f Tulsa. ^kJn., wno have been here visitltig rrlends, returned iuune this afternoon. -Mrs V. U. BMrnell. of Chanun- came to tola this afternoon for a visit with .Mr.i. A. 17. fulter and friends. W. H. Anderson went m Ottawa thi^ afternoon on business. Smartness In Yoiir Clothes ? Do You Want to be that lai>«ls, sleeves, shoulders, coat front, ve^t and trousers are cut strictly lt» accord with good form for winter of 1912-1.'!? Very well then, you owe it to yourself to come ^n here and trj" on some of these new "HENl.KY" Suits and Overcoats made for f .s in .\'ew York. .N'oliudy else shows them. Tlicy are e.vclusive, different, uuordin- ary. supreme in quality, style tit. material, pattern and VAM'K. Tliere's no luanner of inati that we cannot tit. .Vbove all tbiniis. fliH .showing at doii'i Miiss $15. $18. $20 Barclay-Shields Cio. Co. ••The House of Quality" -FOR- ilWHEJIT PRICES m STEUDY Just Received a big shipment of Ladies' 16 button Tan Boots, also a lot of tile new low heels, t^traight iare. English style I..adles' Shoes In Idack and '.an. Ask to see the new. c .Nti-euif hipii top. 2<» button I.,idie.s" Hoot. See Windon Diriplny! !A«^J^:.^Tl^A HAVIXG TOO MITH HAI> IS BIPORT. . futile PriceH Steady at K. C. and Chi- (•ui;o—Hogs 5 to l» Higher and in Kansas i 'Hy. W. T. Wilson went to Colony this afternoon on business. I The great moral and religious and .1. M. Van Xe.ss went to Coliuiy iliis| ,„.,i;ij.ai guide of Kansas, namely the afternoon on business. ' • .Mrs. K. C. Selby of Ottawa, who :»as been here visiting friends. i<-tiiru- :'d home this afternoon. C. W. J.ove. of Ness I'ity. Kansas, wlio has been here on busln<'SK. returned home this afternoon. —One Week Sale on all Trininieil ilats at Mrs. Pefly's. li>!i E. -Mjdison. lola. Kans. Mrs. .1. T a business noon. .McShani'. of Carlyle, was visitor liere this aCter- H. O. Watterson, of Cherryvale, was a biisi!ief-s visitor here this morning —Se,» the Hussars Bive an exhibi- liiin ifri)) of German Soldiers. J. A, Houser, of Ottawa, who wa^ here on business, returned home tiiis returned home this afternoon. A. Nichols, of Ottawa, who has beeti here on business, returne dlionie thi afiernoon. r,. Iv Kendall. ti( t'arlyle was » bit.' iiii'ss visitor here this afternoon. Tile insurance adjuster was in the city Monday viewing the wreck of the old court house building which .wj» partihlly destroyed fcy tire lust Monday night. Tiie companies which were interested in the tire were the Connecticut, the Fidelity, the Boston, the Columbia Fire and the Milwaukee .Mechanics. The iietttement Of the losses will doubtliss IM? made in a short, time. —Tlie new Wool nress Uouds nev,r were so luetty. Richardson s i Mrs. J. I. HamlltiMi went to Knii sas City this afternoon fi>r n bibf visit with ber children. A letter from .Mr. Scott stales tiial •|e expects to reach home Sunday next, it having been found impo.tsible (o conclude the caiiijiaign and close ih'* 'lilcago he;idi|uarters at the end of iie present • week. In former letiers he inclined to the belief that he woiii:i be forced lo remain on tb job untli •ifter election, missing bis vole. In;: •he later news is tliat he wili lie iiume Sunday. K. C. Star and. Times, grudgingly yielded the last column of (he front P.»:;i> to notice of the death of the sec- o:nl citizen of the Republic, the Vice- I=r. sident. this morning, the other six columns being devoted to a scream alMiiil Kofi£evelt and the speech he made, last niglit at the time of Mr. r?ii<rrmaD's death. When Roosevelt was !j!uvt. the opposition halted their campaigns. While Sherman wa.s ilyin.;; the .Moral I'plift party was holding an .irgj- <if s-iT'-ainin.e. iiysterical hero w<tr.'5!iip about ItotJaevelt. Over in Bourbon county the Tribune ot Fort Siftt has ronductetl an intolerant campaign, concluding with accusing the county candidates,of debauching the voters wltii whiskey. T'lie worm has turned and Editor Marble is beins; closely (luizxed liy the county ai- tr-ney, ttie candidates unanimou.-Iy denying his charges. M's L. it.'ilman and dauehter Miss M»ry Heiltiian of -Newton returned to their home this atternoon after a visit !n the city. Mrs. O. H. Sutton, of Coyden. Iowa, who has l)een here visiting her brother J. U Hamilton and wife, retiirn- i il home this afternoon. 1*. C. Sanderson of Topeka. was a A telephone message to kin here- aliouts today stated that Mr. and .M:s Schuyler C. Brewster arrived l-i Eiu- peria yesterday, having returned from a six months' gadding trip ovei- nud about Euroix;. They landed in New York on the 14tii of October and have • |j„gj„^gg\jsjtOf ^ppp today, been gadding in the East since iheu i——• —^ After a visit at Emporia with .Mrs. ,, ,„_^^ Brewster's kin. they, or he anyhow will probably gad down here for a; few days and (ben they will procuo<l j to California and settle down. ':'liisi means that l(o«iseveit wili lose a vote [ in California, but of course we .\iuer- j leans object to so recently landed iui-; tnigrants voting anyliow. ; (By thi- .VssDCiJitc-d Pi<-.«.«) CltUaso, Oct. Hi. —Fear of too mnclj rain in .Argentina caused the wheat market to harden. The shorts were I also influenced l»y reports of improved i cash demand. The opeiiing was from a shade down to a quarter up. December started at SI to SlHigOlSfe, and rose to 91 %c. CtalruKO Close. WHEAT—Dec. UlVic; May nC'bc. rOK.V— .luly .^.6%c,- Dec. -^.2^: May .-.ITic. OATS— Dec. 32c; May 33%c. Kansa.s City (•niin. Kansas City, Oct. 31.—Cash Wheat— I Market He lower. No. 2 hard, STi-jiTi :Sf«c: No. 3. SriftSTVi: No. 2 red, $1.01 l -ai 'Ol^-: No. 3, Seifil .OO. close—Dec. jS.-.fiS.".'.,,; May 90%?i90%. COK.V—Market, unchanged to Ic hishcr. .\o. 2 mi-tid, old ."iT. new ri4; No. 3. old 56. new 54; No. 2 white, old ."•9. new .j .'.gaS; .Vo. 3, old r .e, new .'•2. Close--.Iuly 48fi4S»i; Dec. 48-4; May 4SH'549?{,. OATS—Market steady. No. 2 white. | :'.4'S34V.; No. 2 mixed. 33'§33%c. RYE—«Sc per bushel. Receipts of wheat, 61 cars. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Oct. 31.—CATTLE- Receipts 4,50<). Market, steady to w*ak. Native steers $6..".0^10.75; cnv^s and helfer<; $3.25<ffSO0: stockers and feeders $4..iO©7.2.^.: bulLs $4.00® .V25; calves $.1.(>0©9.r.O. HOGS—Receipts 7.0flf>. Market 5 to 10c higher Heavy $7.60®'7:70; packers and butchers $7.50g7.7.1; light $7.40© 7.65. Cbira^ro Live.stork.. . , Chicago. Oct. 31.—CA'TTl^. redeipts .'•.•*.00. Market slow, but steady. Beeves S .-..30fi n .t'O; stockers and feeders $4 2">ft 7 40; cows and heifers $2.7082 7.2.-.. HOGS—Receipts 18.000. Market is strong to i'.c up. Light $7.10^7.85; mixed $7.25(57.90; heavy $7.10@7.85; pigs $4.25156.90. Kan.suis rity Produce. Kansas City, Oct. 31.—BITTTER-- Creamery 28c; firsts 26; seconds 24; packing stock 22«4«i23c. EGGS—Extras 25%c; firsts 22%@ 24'Ac: seconds ISc. BROOM CORN—$50 to $100 per ton. H.AY—-Market steady; choice tim- othv $l.T.-.Oft 14.00; choice prairie $12.::••«/ 13 2.-.. Lead and Spelter. St. Louis. Oct. 31—l^ad. market is weak. $4.Kn'f»+.85; spelter, market un- si'ttled. $7.2--« 7.3.-.. Local .VarkiPts. Product nuotations furnished daily bv Coghill Conintission Cotnpany: nrTTEK— 2Ic fier pound. EGGS—22c per dozen. POCLTRY—Hens. lO'.tc: cocks. 4c» spring.s lOiAc; ducks, lOc; geese, .".c; turkeys, luc: guineas. :!0c each. HORSE HIDES—$2.00 to $2.75. HEEF HIDES—10c. wmum TiKTOimsTYom mni ' Wf offfr Cbif« Oriffiui not BiMt BMttor i Rlutn mtth c>«fl <lrnfr: it>»} an tb» tnt , •t all ItDiM. tlint thr coal dura m>t waata ' away aad fuu dun't b*Tc la klotll* • Irt la , llw moraUit •« with oilwr »IMM. Thia tnlr \ (rrat llniiT i> iinncln« U> iMtiular (arae fear I • flrr jTMr WV ri|Mvi la d-nihlr vnr 'aatr* ' un Ihrm italf fnr. I'mn* nam and raalor .' rrln-ilon. Wi. nlll httr »u«r llrarrr nrndf >"U WIM-U }..II wl>li It put up. (H-Ul SECURE YOllRmF against the winter blasts of many winters by purchasing a GarlandHeatingStove Sec our big line. We have both Coal and Combination Coal and Gas. — It i.s tonight at the .Majestic Theatre on South street that Governor Siubbs speaks. Meeting to begin at .S o'clock. The Governor was nominated by the Republicans of Kansas at the August prlmao*. the same primary at which the county candidates of the party were nominated-as the party's candidatir for United States Senator, under thi- law enacted by Rcpublirans. Ladles and voters of all parties cordially inviteil to iiear him.—Adv. IMM.LEY SPKXT «;,M4.74. of .State Cliairman Issats i^temeat Hk KxpenseN. The campaign conducted f«>r the Republican ticket by Chalnunn J, .N. Dolley had cost $7,K44.74 up to "Tuesday night. Clialnnan Dolley gave out a swotn statement to that effect yesterday. And Incidentally he again calls upon I'haimian Henderson S. Martin to produce the figures of the Democratic campaign he has cunducied. Mr. Dolley has already lH *ce<l two financial sialemeni.s nurlng tlie jtrceni cnmpalKn. has constantly caUe<l upon Chairman .Martin to show his flumes nud DO fur hsii tiict with noiliUiK l.ut silence—Topeka Capital. Saturday We guarantee full weight and measure and give quality goods at a cheap price. Call and see us. or phone 58. ID lbs. Pure Ijird *1JW HI lbs. t'omiKiund ilJ0O_ 5 lbs. best Dry Salt Meat 75c' Rex Best Bacon, lb 2Sr 5 ibs. best Bacon - -.*1.I0^ Pur»- Cider Vinegar. gallon .-SSe 2 dozen Pickles iir 3 lbs. Soda Crackers 2.ic 2 cans Blackberries ----SOc 2 cans Gooseberries *5e :; cans Large Tomatoes -SSc 2 cans Best Peas I -.25? 3 can.s Rose •Peas iie 3 cans Pumpkin -1- 25c cans Kidney Beans 25r 3 cans Green String Beans --25c 3 cans Ijuia Beans, 23c 3 cans Hominy . 25e 3 cans Oy.sters - 25c Tall cans Pink Salmon lIOc 5 lbs. Bulk Starch 20c 3 ll>s. Sal Soda : 10c 3 boxes Toy Oats 2.'»c 2 boxes Shredded Wheat 2.5c Best Parlor Broom -30c ^,3 boxes Macaroni 25c 3 boxes Spaghetti 25c ; 3 boxes Egg Soup Rings 25e lbs. Salt S5e ; 5 boxes Matches 2Sc 3 Gas .Mantles ^—jJ3c 10 lb. pail Red Syriip..- 45c 10 lb. pall White Syrup -50e Gallon size Peaches 40c. Gallon size Apricots 45c Gallon size Apples 25c Kancv Dry Peaches, lb 10c Bulk Coffee, lb. i'*e Arbuckles' Coffee, lb. 23c Best Coffee, Steel Cut SOc 4 lbs. .lapan Rice 25c 3 glasses Pure Jelly -25e 3 loc boxes Corn Starch. 25e 3 pairs Gloves ^^„25c 18 oz. plug Battle Ax Tob— 40e 1 lb. Horseshoe Tobacco 4ftc 1 lb. Star Tobacco 45c' Best Gunpowder, Imperial or Jar pan Tea. pei: lb—_ aOc Piccalilli, per jar— 1—10c 2 cans Van Camp Beets iic Green Gage Plums, can 15c Lemon Cling Peaches. can .._13c 2 cans Spanish Pimento Peppers for -• 25c 2V4 lbs. Lima Beans (new )-_25c 3li 11.S. Navy Beans tnew). -25c 8 lbs. .New Kraut . 25c 7 bars Lenoy Soap 25c 6 bars Crystal ^\•hlte Soap ..2Sc 6 bars Flake White Soap 23e 6 bars Bob White Soap 2Se Red Globe. Onions, peck SOe 3 boxes best Raisins 35e 4 bars Toilet Soap.. -4 lOe 3 bars Honeysuckle Soap.. .Sac We have a nice lot Toilet Soap per bar ^^_5e 3 lbs. Pop Corn , .10c Polar Bear Flour tXJIi U. S. Flour L ilJBS .Moonlight Flour .— tLSO 1 will make a special price on r.UO lb. lots of Floutr 17 lbs. best Cane Sugar *1JH» Special! 20 lbs. ranc .Sugar for $1 .00 with a #5.00 (Grocery Order. We Reiner Yuur Order to .lay Part of the City Free! Buck's Grocery 209 S. vrashiBgt^n Ph«M 68^ WaLNewcomb GOOD THINGS TO EAT! 4 N. Wash. Phone 161 Our Prices Are Right our deliveries are right,: our groceries are right Call on Us FOR SALE-ALL KINDS FRUIT tMM-.s, grape vines, roseaandioiaa)arf« ^had»• trees. se.> it at 315 J .M Jac|lsuD. Out Stock fine: call and N Walnut. Phone 118S.

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