Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 8, 1912 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, November 8, 1912
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Greatest Values Ever Given for the Money! New Arrivals im Fashion's Latest Mid Season Creations. SfyUsh Suits —wonderfully pleasing fashionable Suits—delightfully chic—all tending toward winter's enjoyment and pleasure. Styles and bargains that will please you. $15.00 values .... $20.00 values .... $25.00 values SoO.OO \ aluos ... .$10.00 ....$13.00 ... .$17.50 ....$22.50 imiil^e€oats1n This Big Think of selecting a new Coat from the masterpieces of the most' famous ladies- tailors of the country. Beautiful fabrics, unexcelled workmanship and delightfully" chic models combine to make these garments of exceptional merit. SIO.OO Coats ..; ..;. .$8.50 $12.50 Coats ... . ..$10.00 $15.00 Coats ... ... $12.50 $20.00 Coats I.. ....$17.5p $22.50 Coats ... ....$20.00 $25.00 Coats \... $22.50 Distinctive Hats 2()0Handsome Hat^;; 25', discount on this splendid line. Attractive values have always been paramoimt in oui- Millinery Department and now during this sale you can tind values that you can scarcely believe—even after seeing them. New, chic and up to the minute in style. 52 .00 Hats.. $1.50 $1:5.00 Hats. .$2.25 $4.00 Hats'... $3.00 $5.00 Hats . .$3 .7 D $6.00 Hats . .$-4 .50 $8.00 Hats . .$6.00 Furs! Furs! Furs! The low prices on all the new makes of Furs can not help but please you. The new Dress Goods and Silks are beauties^you must see our splendid line. The big linejif Blankets and Warm Underwear will ])lease you. WE PAY CAR FARE m EAST MADISON .Just go through this wonderful stock of oui's and see what's here for you. There's'any number of good styles to choose from this season. All the new styles in the new fabrics for this season: the long belted coats, the shorter coa'ts in the novelty styles, and plain black coats, and Crav- inett Rain Coats in all colors. Overcoats $7.50 to $25.00 Barclay-Shields Clo. Co, "The House of Quality" ; overs of good singing will attend t.i- ilraiiil Theatre .'hows Satiinlay ;ui I Miindny evenings. Cf>snio)>i»Iitan Hrrivony Slnuers and entertainers. l.loyd I.«?nhart went to I-eroy yes- Iv-rday afternoon and referoed a Rame ol Tuotball between I.aHarpe [and roy in which the latter team won 7 to <• .\ftrr*the game the IATOV nian- aR'T offered to play a return game here at the fair grounds for a neat liflo side bet. The lUallenpe has not lic'ii aecepled. I N. .\roy went- to Carlyle this af- •.••ini >i >n on Imsiuess. Mrs. I.. B. Gardner and cUildren of Carlyb- were visitors here this afternoon. .Mrs. W. .\ Rowden went to Garnett lhi.« afternoon for a visit with rrla- tivos. i'aul Coop'-r returncrt to his work in Kansas City this aftermmii. .>Iiss Jo Kills, of Humboldt is visit-! iii^ till' Misses MarkT. I .1. .1 Uoberts vrent to Cariyl.- this afti'riionn on busiiless. r W. Scholl went to Yat.s C'nterjj till? at'ern<KMi on business. Mrs. U. W. Hathaway of I.;iwrenri-, who has iK-en In/re visitinu fri<nds r«'- tuined home thfs afternoon. i .1 W Slcrliii^-. of Ollawa. who Iia-s! lio.n Iiere vjsitin^ friends, retuniedj linnie lliis .'ifteriioon. '> .\. Fost< r. of t'ofTcyx ille. is visit -j ill}; friends in tlio c ly. j Will. Trill'- went to ('hniiti!<' Uiis morning. Cut Flowers »! Wlu'ii you want C'li; Kloweis of any kiiii!. renieniUer J. W. IMMJIMKU 71)1 Kastl.liiroln liH-- (In -Ill I'f :ill'kiu<ts aliil of tin- l<r .-i| nualilv anil KIOWS lii'iliinj; el^e, t'lirj sanlheniunis. ICiiM'v, l'nrnatil•n^. \ ioleto. ele. (iu;illl\ til.' Iiti -h.-: I i .iu . tlie loWi':-i , <1 We ;il.-:o Iimvi.sli any Uiml of ill coi ill ion.-- jin.l all kin.Is of dr- sito work and Riiarauli o pel- perl ni ^ati^faetion. Thono 101 (PERSONAL MSmON. j .Mrs. S. I., .\nilersoii, of I'herryvale' \\lu> has been here visit iu); friends returned home this noon. —Farm and City Loans. U. M. Cuu^ uinnliam. I r~ I .Mr.< .V l>, Thoiiuis. ol U'u-l-ita who ' been here vJsiliiiK irieuds, re- jlurutd home tliisi luoriutiK I»r. 0. 1.. Cox. OrnllsU ' Tl\e w<-vl bounil .Mi .vMiiMi l \i <-i(ie ' iiasM -itu 'T v\:is alioul llirei- hours late tills iiiorniiig. !' you are lookiiis for your Mre.'<s M:ii. >>'ii slioultl not buy until you sec ;he ,li pant showinp at llichardson's; --I)n>. Hull & Uull. Osiespaths. ^ ! Telephones 120. 6GI. i f. C. MeCarty left this afternoon ; for Waldron. Ark. .'Kxna low priee.-^ on new and us«<<l ;t'.as and I'oal Stoves IM liennenger. W.•^^ Madison. M>lvin .\oyes of Huml>oldt who has I Ix'.ii here visiting friends returned ' lioiiii' this morning. special for Saturday—With every piiriliaM". e:ieli lM>rsi »n will be en- tlriiil to Imv a pound of ClKX -oIale ill !»'•,• piT pound. I'alaee of .S(' W t" ("ope'wiiil to Clianute this ; tiiiiioon on business. c; ('oua)i of I''.. «lio h ;is Ix-rn 111 ri- visiting Iriend.- returned home this afternoon. W. g. Newcomb . GOOD THINGS TO EAT! 4 N. Wash-. Phone 161 Our. Prices Are Right our deliveries are right, our groceries are right Call on Us Mr.- 1 .M HiTslikowi'r iu;d eliiiii-, riii w.iit to (.'olllnsville this after-; : tioi.n :o sin'iid Sunday wsih .Mr. Hersh ! • ko»' i!;'. • i - i»r. II. I„ Hendrlrks. Old Court i lltuisr. Calls nnNWcrrd daj or nIghL ! — • i ; -Mrs e;. II. Urowu or Chanulv, who, ,liiis bei !i allendiii.i; Hie ini»eling of the' il'ytliian Sisltors at Eureka was in'the •'eit.v bciwcen ti;iitis today enroiite to j her home. j —If you buy your Hat at Richard. .=on you will be surprised at the lit- i tlcness in price. • .Mrs. J. H. Day of Colony, who has I been hero visiting friends, returned I home this afteiUoon. —1 have a fine lot of Fruit Trees for sale. AH. Brown, .'15 S. Cottonwood. -Mrs. O: U Sells, of Cherryvale. who i has been here visiting friends, re- 1 turned home this afternoon. ! —The new Wool Dress Goods never ! were so pretty. Richardson.s , * ' * Mrs. .T. H. Harvey went to Hum- Iwjldt .this afternoon for a visit with livr daughter. v.". V<ni.<;e, of Humboldt was a btisi- tiess visitor lii-re this morning. A. K. Hartley vveni lo Deeriiig this .iliernoon on business, I) 1-; Moss, rtf Oklahoma City, who has liten here on business vvent to Carlyle iliis aft«rnooii. M. I.. Ogg of Krif who has l>een lier. visiting .Mrs. K. J. Urown went to Krie tliis aflernoon. .Mrs .lim Jenkins went to f'lianute thi^ iifiernoon for a visit with her moihi'i-. .Mrs. T. K. Knox of Carlyle is here for a visit vvith her sistt r. .Mrs. C. H. Steelman who has-been I SATURDAY ONLY :( J.V cans K Itak. I'owd. Mr S Me «at;s K C Uak. P«wd. Mc :i -.'u laii;- I'linvli Hak. 1'. .Vic 7 I'le eaiis Pumh I5ak. V. 7 rans I'eis . illr 7 eans Itealis . 'Mr 7 eai's l>iim|ikin i(N* 7 i-ans Hominy .VIr I eans tiri'i-n (lam- ^'lums .'»llr t .alls I'larlies 'tttr I gallon can Apples Or cans li. in i'ork ,\r eliaiis 2ie We biive full i>l l,<>lil.< ,i!nl ('oast llri.liil t'ai:n<il I!IHH!S. ll.c veiy IM'SI b-iivy syrup goiNis — il :;o HrliHl I'lu-rries. KasplH-r- ri,'.-; l*eaeli "s. .\11ple5. Prunes. We Sfll It Cheaper at Newby Grocery Co. i'lion'p iiu Dir. S. WuKhineton Dilher to Any Tart of the City I Revelation. i . Tho bero of this story Is a famous dramatic author. The plays he has •written have electriflfid thousands E >a thousands of people, and he has stered the art of making men and men laugh or cry at his own sweet On on6 occasion a friend of his -found him at his desk workins on & ; npw drama. • "So .you are writing a new play?** ; asked the friend. In reply the author confessed Jhls i sin. -•"Xo." ho said. "I am iust remem. ^ WW one from all those 1 hare seen r jpro ^uced. Ifs easler ."-^Popa ]ar Idc- 'I 1^*- : —f'or complete line of nnrsery stock !iee J. M. Jiickson. Phone 1186. Mrs. Archie Jones of Bartlesvillo. who has been visiting .Mrs. W. W. .\>1 son returlied to her homo this'after- noon. ' —Graduate Nurse; terms rea«on- able. Phone 1363. Mrs Chas. Bishop vvent to Chanute this afternoon for a visit with her daughter. —Pami and City Loans. R. M. Cunningham. Mrs. R. M. Cole and daughter left this afternoon for Rsher, la.,; for a visit wtih relative. ' OUR lUNCHEONETTE AJSfD Soda Service (It's Cl^n, too) emrbraces all which has to do with the extension of every courtesy and the ever ])resent willingness to accommodate. liere visiting friends returned to her home ill Humboldt this afternoon. .Miss I)ot Rhodes' of Humboldt, who bus been here visiting friends returned home this afternoon. Miss Gracf Siarks went to C'lianuie this afternoon for a visit with friends. WA.VrKD—I) 1 S H oaee. Krau.-;e Cafe. WA.SHER AT Morris & Howard's Prescription IJrBKplsts - West,5««leSq. D ^^h? election Tuesday, Nov. 12th W^ith Guy and Constance Caufman .•\nd an .Excellent Ca.>t. Beautifully Staged Correctly C (t .stiinied. "Ill Id Ihe Vllenliiin «»f its Andiedce n <»>«-lj."->. '. World. ~A SI'irj III Itiimanrr and .Salirr Tlial Holds (Lireat Inleresl." — .\. Y. Telesraph "4ii-I What Ihe |.*ott«r Ordered, a Maj Thai ."spjirkle-." • •—.V. Y. Coinmrrrlal Prices 2oc, :t5c, ."iOc, 75c, and $1.00. Box Seats $1..50 • ' K. f'ampton of Cli:inul<'. who has l»'«ii li'-n- visiting friends re'iirned home this aflernoon. Mr and Mrs* Henry Poll, r nf j i-oir I'ark of •the iwiri-nts of a baby f uirl. born y<'si»Tday «-veniiiu I' ?» I'liiiiiiiigban). of WWIOP. K.IS.. was :: business visitor hi-re this ;ifter- [ noiln. . S"rni-\d \-\ t'hanrc- Tli>' ("o -;ni<>- !'oli;an llaiiiionv t:insers iniab- «iuar- irt for S.itii"-il;ty and Monday even- iat- at «;r.-i!'il T'leatre .Xdiui^sion and 1'* cenl- Thret- r<-els of |«icluie.-i. Mrs. Kli-^iibi-tb Hiilion nf Kansas Ciiv Wits ii vi.sitor h'-re ibis aft'er- nooii. Kiiy .liirkson of Syracuse business visitor li'-re today. was a Mrs. P W. Simmons, of Wii-hila. wi !o has bei-n here visiting fri<-nds. return.-d home this morning. Dan IV-abody, of Hulebinsoii. who bis b'-n here on business returned home this morning. H Coal Stoves, Burn Less Fuel, Make More Heat. Easier lo Keep Goinjj. The first brisket ball game of the season will be played at the Y'. M. C. A. tonight where the Presbyterian and .Methodist teams will combat for honors. Bob Aspinnll for the Presby- terlan> and Arthur Metcalf for the Methodists are the official coaches. riifford Pierce, secretary of the Y. M. C. A. of Wichita was announced to speak at a meeting for men at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon at 3:30 but a telegram to Secretary Walker of the local association this morning stated that he would be unable to attend. W. F. Maring, of Carthage, Mo., has been secured to take the place of .Mr. Pierce J. K. Jones, of Topeka. who has been here on business went to Carlyle this afternoon. Mrs. J. D. Snodgrass, of Clay Center who has been here visiting with friends returned home today. Judge Hough received word today thHl his son. W. H. Hough, of Bridger. , Montana, had been elected a member \-*ot the Legislature of that state.. Mr. : Hough ran as a stalwart Taft Rcpub- Ipican, and his father is the more gratified on that account to learu of hbtj^ election First Use of Asphalt Asphalt, with which so many roads are paved, was found by accident Many years ago. In Switzerland, natural rock asphalt was discorered. and for more than a century it was used for the purpose of extracting the rlicb stores of bitumen it contained. In time it was noticed that pieces of rock which fell from the wagons and were crushed by the wheels formed a marvelously fine road surface when assisted by the heat of the sun. A proper road of asphalt rock was then m.ide. following upon the dlscoTery, and in 1So4 an experimental roadway was laid In Paris. From that time the use of rock asphalt for the making ol raids and pavements has increased and extended to many countries. I Cap Smith is hen- for a visit of HAD NO MERCY FOB AVIATOR ^„ess^^.n.i^,^^^ I'.inland and recently removed to Country Hardware Man's Advancina j Guns and Ammunition An excellent supply of the finest makes obtainable. Better stock up now; Scale of Prices Seemed to Show Slight Prejudice. i Thre<- Rivers, .Mich. •ules Vedrinos. »Jio world's cham- UtHariK' Knterpris-: Somf of'J T. Tredways friends are joking him AmlfL" is a rofkribbed Riepubiican and .Mr. Marshall is a Democrat it is not prcbabi*- that the former feels very liighiy flattered. plon aviator, complained in Chicago ! -for being ili»- double of vice-president of Amerl<-a's inui£frrpn."e to aviation. | ^'"^'t .yarsiiail. Inasmuch as the "The erpens". perhaps, has soms- thing to do with It." he said, 'nyir.g la .\merica does, indeed, come higii. "I know a young Pbiladelpbian who receully niasier.'d the monoplane. With his mechanician he was flying to Atlantic City ' when something went wrong near Tuckahoe. and th^y came down In a mosquito-infested field. "The mecnanician went to a hard- , ware shop to buy a bolt. •••A bolt like that?- Bald the bard-, ware man, esamining the mecha-; nician's broken sample. 'Well, I guess I can give you a bolt like that for a quarter' Then, suddenly, he. frowned. 'Hold on, though, Y'ou're an j automobilst. ain't, you? In that case ; It'll cost you J3.50.' I "But a raw-boned lad loating in the • shop gave a loud laugh and said: "*He ain't no automoblllst. He's a[ nyln'-machine man.' ] "'In that case, stranger,* said the,j dealer quickly, 'tho bolt will cost you : IS. net and net.'" | Lajoie's Defi to Works. When Lajole saw a statement in one of the Detroit papers that Ralph Works bad said that he simply reveled In pitching to batters like I>ajoic, tho latter remarked: "I would like to bet some one that Works cannot get a ball past me into the catcher's uuiL' When lYoo Make Your Hark You can buy at the Book Store, everything to write on, from a 5c tablet to Craae's Ijnen Lawn, the best paper made in America.' K'.erythlng to'write with from a Ic pencil to a ?6 Fountain Pen. Evans Br6s. SOOKSTOBE.

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