Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 9, 1912 · Page 3
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f (Greatest Vjiluei Ever Given for the Money! New Arrivals In Fashion's Latest Mid Season Creations. StyHsh Suits —wonderfully pleasing fashionable Suits—rielight- fully chic—all tending toward winter's enjoyment and pleasure. Styles and iK'irgaiiis that will please you. $15.00 values $10.00 $20.00 values $15.00 $25.00 values -.$17.50 $m (M) values $22.50 00 Handsome Coats in TtiisBig Coat Sale 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 ex- ce|)tional merit. $10.00 Coats $12.50 Coat.^ $15.00 Coats .$20.00 Coats $22.50 Coats $25.00 Coats $8.50 ....$10.00 . ..$12..50 ...$17.50 ... $20.00 ... .$22..50 Distinctive Hals 200 Handsome Hats; 25'discount on this splendid line. Attractive values have always been paramount in our MiHihery Department and now during this sale you can find values that you can scarcely believe—even after seeing them. New,'chic and uj) to the minute in style. $2.00 Hats. $.1.50 $3.00 Hats. .$2.25 .$4.00 Hats..$3.00 $5.00 Hats $6.00 Hats $8.00 Hats $3,75 $4.50 $6.00 Furst Furst Furs! The low ])rices on all the new makes of Furs can not help but i)lea.<e y6u. The new Dre.ss Goods and Silks are beauties—you must .see our si)len(iid line. . The big line of Blankets and Warm Underwear will plea.se you. I WE PAY CAR FARE 113 EAST MAPISON Cut Flowers ^ When you want Cut Flowers of aoy kind, remember J. w. PRnnrER rO< EiiNt Lincoln has lliem of all Vintls and of the best quality and grows notliing else. <'hr}!*iin(lirmiiws Bo.si -j), larniitions, Violets, etc. Quality'ilio liiBhosi—prices the lowesu ,f[ We al.so furnish any kind of decorations and all kinds of design w<>rk and Runrantoe per- perfect .xatisfaotion. Phone 104 Mrs-.O. R. SUllwell. of Coffeyvillp,| who has heen here visiting friends, re- turne*! home last liight. REMEMBER! THE Big $15.00 Coat Sale MONDAY I terms reason-! —Graduate Nurse; able. Phone 1363. .1 K. Thornton of Toi>oku, who lias i l )(-t >ii h)>re un buhlnnss, went to Tulsu. Okia . last night. — Kvira low i)rlces on ni'w and ».se <J Gas and Coal Stoves. Kd licnnenger, U'fsit .Madison. Ocorgi- Stephenson, of Y.itos Center, will vlsi|^ .Merit' Mungpr and othi-r frit-nda here toiuorrow. —Dr». Hull A Hull. OsleopflUm. TflppbonPA 120, Ml. ! .Mo. i'uc track .\Iondav Flour »1 12; bran it^r. Kl Molts. niolhor .Mr«. S. 1.. U'Ht.-r. returned. "^•'>n"<' home- this uiornlng. W, E. NeWcomb GOOD THINGS TO EAT! 4 N.'Wash. Phone 161 Our Priceis Are Right our deliveries are right, our groceries are right Call on Us .M is. J. Webb, of CotfeyvHie. who i has b'wn hore visiting , friends re. turned home this afternoon. t I Mrs. S. Joiips, who has b'-f-n hpf visiting Mrs. M. R. Mercer, returned to her home in Hartlesville this af ternoon. Karl Williams, of Collinsville, who has bcjen here visiting friends n^turned horn*' this afmrnoon. (•••orge Slack left for Collinsville j this aftcrnuon whc-r<* he will work ; during the winter. 11 K. Shaftr of Valis (:.-ni< r was In trains tcjihiy ••nrout< ,, , , _,,„ : K. V. Shaftr of Vaiis t;<-ni< r was in Mi.|.s Grace Morgan, of Glrard who • „„. . be,w....„ trains to.h.v .nrout.. ha.x hpen hire \Lslting .Mis* Aletta chnnule f;»'|tha!t. ri'tiirn.-c home tomorrow. , ~ . .1 .rut- Kd Buasing of Chanutc is a business -Tl..; .\ ayor lowered tho cos of liv- \ ,.,^„^^ inu In lndianai>olit Wi; are doing it _ ^ oia Car of warranted flour on ,^,.^1,.,^, of Kansas City a vis- •rltch- and Tuesday. I 'KTeVhrs' afternoon "for a shorts 11 .22. I j, ^.,„, s\»ti-T. Mrs O. .M. Cr ' field. -Ur. 0. L. Cos, O ch II m L l^The New Line IJvery has (iiirchased a nuiniMM- of new surreys, coaches, etc. among which arc an otiera coach and liall bearers' coach^ —Dr. H. L. Bendrlcki. Old Court Hoat-v. Calls answered day or night .T. M .lackson went td Bronson this morning for a business visit. —For complete line of nursery stock <ee J. If. Jackson. Phone 1180. J. M. Preston went to Unlontown this morning to spend Sunday with friends. —Tiie Quartette at tiie Orand tonight promises a big treat for lover.s -jf good singing '. !jlis8 liaura Under went to Yatss Center this morning for a visit with friends. '< Miss Florence Itound, who has been ! here visitlnjr h<r patents, r.-turned Mrs .1. I.. Samms of Topeka, who ! |" '"•>•/'••""•' hush visiting friends here return-; I 'll home today. .Mrs. H. ('. Ford and Ron True, who have been .visiting With Mr. Ford in Lincoln, .N'eb., returned to tola last night. r M. Buchanan, of Kansas City, Tins .1 \isiior In the city yesterday. .Mrs. J. O. Small of iJiwrence, who has been here visiting friends, returned home this morning. card from Walter Rockwell in Topeka states that he and Fred McEwen are the guests of Go»*. and Jfrs. Stubbs, which means they are visiting Ray Enfield.^ .Men who claim to be in a position to know, from watching the count, say that there were scores of ballots cast in lola which were for the Wilson electors and then switched over to the straight Republican ticket for ail other offices. 'Mra. D. C. PhlUliM and dnuvhUr^ of Cblonr w ^r* In the city ihia «fi*r» boon. Mrs. P. P. Ftiurvll* of Chiinuio. in viBlllnR hi«r mother Mr*. 8. I.. Roger* of ihl> t:lty. Miss Eilii llouter, of Knnsaii City, whu hui been here visiting her brulh er, D. A. Houier, ret umoil homo this afternoon. •M. F. NokcR. of Welila. wan In tJie I 'clty this afternoon. Karl Johnson of Carlyle was In the city today. Rev. O. K. Tichnor. James Gllker- Bon and .Mort. raldwell of Carlyl»>. '*ere visitors here this afternoon Dan Servey went to Kansas City this afternoon on business. Floyd Sampson of l.ane, Kas., who has been here visiting his parents returned home this afternoon. Kinley Boone went to Carlyle this afternoon on business. ..Mrs L. Sloan of Chicago, who lias bein visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Firestone returned home this afternoon. Miss Ellen Hall, of Carlyle. who has been hern visiting friends returned home this afternoon. Mrs L. C. Mann, of Orlando. Fla . wlio has l)e«-n visiting .Mr. and .Mrs. .Mnrc Fullenwider returned home this afternoon. The Newii WH* i'le«<ied. Vatf"; Center .Vews: ('ongressnian Chas. F. Scott closed the Republican campaign here last Monday afternoon with a speech in the Auditorium which was said by many who heard hint to be the be.4t speiK'h on political issues they ever heard. He spoke wholly on national issues and was clear, logical and effective and was entirely free from abuse or anything which would engender any IH feeling. Mr. Scott had iM'en in Chicago for (wo months in charge af the Taft pub licliy bureau and did splendid work for the Republicans. hrtinM>'<i SnndtiT Dinner und Snpper. Dinner—Itoast veal or chicken. Hos- I 'm fried oysters with each meal. Supper—We will give with our reg- lar -upper a fine fresh oyster stew. These meals are 2ric We are the eaders. Room and iKiard $4.r>0 and ;."i.nn with bath. .Meal tickets, 21 for .'<!' Short Orders day and night, jere is no better. Fanners wlien in city call on us. We have a nice rest riioni 'Joining i-afe. It ig .vours. Saturday, NbTr .nl^Afteimodii and Bveninir. UANISL fRQir^AN PRKSKNTS MME. SARAH BERNHARDT And Her AlN.SIiir roM |Mny, In the Urrtit .SiNH 'laralar PhotolpiMy QUEEN ELIZABETH—IN FOUR PARTS One of Ihe Slrongent Slorirs IIMory Ifai Kter Recorded. ADMISSION 10c and ir.c SI'EriAI, 4IWSIC MUSIC! V TO NIGHT! We Are >"ow Senior Saudwlchck 01 It (1111.1 \Sn HOT .SOU I A HE DELKIorS. I I i'h Clean, tcM>i Morris & Howard's I 'reHrrlpllou Drugieists Phone i:r, Free Delltery ^ TENSION KEEPS WHEAT FIRM TKVDKKS Sr\> W\R \KWS A? TIIKN MVRK ri'THIIU BIDS V B Fioar and Feed > We will have on track Mon-; day and Tuesday in the Missouri Pacific yards a car of CHANCELLOR Flour and Feed aUd: will sell out of the car at the, folliiwing prices: ( hnnrellnr Kluiir, t>< lb. tuirk S1.12 I hunrrllor Fl«nr, iw lb. sack K2.20 Bran, IW lb. Kurk<i ...98e Shi>rt«. IIM) III. i«ark>> Chaniellor Flour is made by tlie KMn.'<a.<< FItiiir .Mills Co., the the larg'st milling concern In the irnlted Stiites. Every sack has guarantee printed on It. ftnd'wc will lefuncl full purchase jirji-i- for every sack not entirely Ftitisfactory. —' Vow K Ihe Time to Buj a So|u pljr iif Flour and Feed. FLOYD ELLIOTT Grocer t{uottillon<> on Com, OnN, May and tlther i'roducts Remain Abont at They ' Were Ye>terd«j. ft; L1TE.ST0CK REVIEW. * V tHjr itiA Av -iorlntril T»re!<«> Chicago.' .\ov. S.—Ten.sion regarding threats of a clash between Austria and Servia kept wheat prices today firm. The opening wa.s a shade to % 1i 'ic higher December .itarfed H'j^, fi% Ui li to %c up, fluctuated from Sr» to S9HC. Cbl«i«r» Close. WHEAT—Dec. 89%c.- .May 9.-.5ge%, July 91 %c CORX—Dec. -SOc; .May 49%; July 5f>. OATS—Dec. 3Ii4fi%; -May 3?%; Miss Minnie Sw.ei wein to Walnut this aficrnoon tu make her home. Mr. :ind Mrs J T. Lowdermilk left this afternoon for Seattle, Wash., wkere thev will visit with their daughter, Mrs. Howard Miller. J. E. Johnson, of Savonburg was a business visitor here today. Three reels of moving pictures every night at the Grand Theatre. ^eompletdy ctu«a Hj liiR.KINC'8 lln.J.£.Oox.JoUet.IU. Mc MID ti^ *T UJL Pfwcaim. M. P. McAIUter. of Kuuaa City, fru • buataieM visitor here yesterday. —FLOUR $1.12; Braii 98c: Shorts $1.22 at car on Mo. Pac. track. Elliott's. Conductor Reeves, of the Rich Hill run on the Missouri Pacific, is on the sick list, and while off duty his placet is being filled by J.^CiVeigle of Wlchlu. .Mrs. R. W. Anderson, of Hutchinson. Who baa been here and in I.aHarpe Wslting friends, returned home this morning. George L. Walte and wife are the parents of a baby girl, born this morning. .Miss Ludle lUtchey. who 4ias been here visiting her parents and friends, will return to her work in the Pitta- burg .Vortiml tomorrow. WA.XTED— STENOGRAPHER Palace Garage. Apply in person. AT That hav« great medicinal power, ar* raised to their highest efficiency, for purtQring and enrlcblnf the blood, as, they are combined in Hood'a Sarsa* ParilU. 40,3M testimonials received by actual cc^nt in two years. B* sure to tales Hood's Sarsaparilla Get It today In usual liquid (orm or chocoUted tabitu caUed Sarsatabs. 'I have Just shipped in>23r h«ad' of horsesy marevand mtiles.-; I- have ^0 mules' weighing from SpO'to 1400 potinds from 3 to.S, }neanc"dld: 15 head, horses Mdi mares.-from .=> to d years «ld.;B weighing from 90« to 1200 lbs. ;A11 are well broke, single and double, good farm stock. Some ,ot these mares are heavv with foal. Any one wanting to buy. sell for exchange, come and see me at once at The lola Horse and '.Mule .Market. One block west of itenta Fe Depot. Kan.sas City Stock Yards. Nov. 8.— .'allle received here this week 3t;,"oO; last week 74.40lt; same week last year C4.2WI. Shliipers stayed home to vote this week, and failed to load anything after Tuesday, hence the receipts tb^ last half of the week did not make up any of the shortage of Monday and Tuesday. Prices advanced 1.". to 2.'. cents on practically everything this week, except that real calves got a half dollar uplift. Cows and heifers continued scarce all week, and are the ibject of a scramble on the part 'of buyers. Fed cattle are bringing $7.50 to $9 :.'> this week, a little better than last week, but considerably less than feeders have been hoping for. The market is settling down to a basis from $7.1*0 to $9.00 for short fed cattle in the opinion of dealers, who figure that enough short fed steers will )e. coming right along for the next few weeks to prevent any advance. Illinois and Iowa are carrying a great many cattle destined for a short i:ourse in the feed lot. and Chicago dealers fear a deluge of this unfinished stuff if prices soften much from the present range. Most of these steers will have to sell al>ove $8.00 to pay cut. '. The Panhandle. New Mexico and (^)lnrado are, sending In a good many cattle, generally in good condi- tiiiii. and sales are satisfying shippers. Kange beef steers have sold largely at $5.7.'. to $7.00 here this week; feeders to $C.7«. strR-kers $5.25 to $6.60; mountain cows $4.50 to $6.00; plains cows mostly at $4.ou "to $.V35; veal calves $t;.50 to $10.00; bulls $4.25 tu $4X5. Quarantine shipments have contained a few good steers, at $6.00 to I6.;f5. but most of the stuff has been coninion this week, steers at $4.25 to $5.r.O: cows $3.75 to $4.75. Hogs received here this week 31.000; last week 35,200; same week last year 72,30u. Prices have been stronger each day with one exception, and the market is 5 to 10 higher today; bulk of s^ies $7.70 to $7.90; top $7.95. Sellers arc gaining confidence, and less talk Is heard of lower prospects as time goes on. Iowa reports very heavy losses from hog cholera this fall, estimates putting the number of hogs lost at one-iuiiliou head in that state. Sheep received here this week 31,800; last week S2.900; same week last year 45^00. The market has responded nicely to reducerd supplies, and the best lambs are now selling at $7.50; feeding lambs at $6.00 to $6 50; fat yearlings up to $6.00; wethers $5.25; ewes $4.60. Shipments of feeders tc the country from Chicago. Omaha and Kansas City since August lat are 28 per cent less than same period last year. J. A. RICKART. • .. Market Correaitondent. •"pORK-Jan. $18.35: .May $18.02«. LARD—.Ian $10.40; May $1<» 1- Kan <>aH City (iraln. { Kansas City. Nov. 9—Cash Wheat,' market unchanged to one cent higher, .v. 2 hard. 84ft!»0; So. 97T» 1.01; So.. 2 red. 83Vi .'a86>&: .No. :t, 94a98 '/4..' Close—Dec. iiZ%1iH ?.^t: .May 89%«t COR.V—.Market unchanged No. 2 mixed, old 54>4^r.".. new .v2^@53; So. 3. old 54. new 51052; .\o. 2 white, old 55a.5C. new .53<?54: No. 3. old 53 ®54, new 52%. Close—Dec. 46%; May ilVt-aa^: .luly *7%^%. OATS—Market unchanged to %c lower. No. 2 white, 32Tii<S33c: .Vo 2 mixed, 32«32%c. RVE—68c per bushel. Receipts of wheat, 80 cars. Kansa, Clly I.lre<ttork. Kansa.s City, .Nov. 9.—CATTLE, receipts 300. Market steady. Native «t«ers $6.50filO.'.O; cow« and heifers $3.23^8.00; stockers and feeders $4.50 f»7 25: bulls $4 O0'a.-,..-0; calve* $.".00 ftlO.0t>. HOGS—Receii>t.=i 4.'»*>0 Market lOi- lower. Heavy $7.70iii7.80; packers and butchers $:.35«7.75; light $6.00fi 67.5. Chiragn LIveMlork. Chicago. Nov. 9—CATTLE, receipts 500 .Market steady Reeves $5.30tt I".65; stockers and feeders $4.15'f{ 7 »5- cows and heifers $2.75a7,40. HOGS—Receipts 13.000. .Market 10 «il5c lower Light $7.40©8.f»0; mixed $7 .-nfiS.K'; lieavy $7.40^*8 10; pigs $5 00f?6.S5. Wben YoirM&ke Yoiir You can buy at the Book Stpre. everything to write on. from A oc tablet to Crane's IJnen Lawn, the liest paper made In America. Evervthing to write with from a Ic pencil to a $6 Fountain Pen. Evans Bros. BbOKSTOBE. BUTTER—21c per pound. «* EUGR—Z3c per dozen. POULTRY—Hens, 9%c; cbcksj tt; spribgti, 9Vic; dtteks. lOc; geese. So; turkeys. 10c ;| guineas. 20c each. HdRSE HIDES—$2.00 to $2.76. BEEF HIDES—10c. Mr. and -Mrs. P. W. Marx and, Victor ' Butenor and ^daughter of the Lumber- malt's Portland of Carlyle were visitors here today. J. Wuldron. of Kansas City, who has been here visiting friends r»> ' turned home this afternoon. Kansas Cif} Prodnce. Kansa.s City. .Nov. 9.—Butter and Eggs unchanged. HAY—Market weak. Choice timothy $13 50^14.00; choice prairie $12.50^ BROOM COR.N—Unchanged. Lead and Speller. St. Ix>uis. Nov. 9.—Lead, firm. $4 CO; spelter, quiet, $4.25. Local Xarkets. (Produce quoutlons furnished dally by Coghill Commission Company). K A Mr. and Mrs. Kyler.-of Denisoo, ^a«. were recently piftoed in a t>ofi- tion to go the limit and bseak all records in the naming of children after men prominent In presideUial campaigns. Just before electioD day they were blessed with the arrival of triplets, all boys. An in order that one of them would be sure to bear the name of the next president of the UoK- ed States they deslsnated the hoys as WlUlam Howard Taft Kyler. TOoodrow Wilson Kyler and Theodore Roosevelt Kyler. Poor little tikes!—Mwhattsn Industrialist. Guns and ilinimunition An excellent supply of the finest makes dbtain- able. Better stock up now! A Safe Old-fashioned R^m- , edy Quickly Relieves AH uistressing Symptoms. H you are subject to frequent eoldsjir I If yon have any of the ditiwsift^g tfttf' I tons of cstarxfa. such as stnAdnpfis^teg I in tlte hesd, profuse diachant* ucmj^im nose, sores in the nose, threat csasiag hawUogsi ,— pain in ihe bead or xin^agte tbe «BB (Jte awdnt the nostrils or xao' the 'thrcufcinr cfaMt with a little mfBCnmm^miaum^ seo bow qiuicklyyoo will get r^t * "^i In a Csv niniites yoB wffl iecE yiMr kaail clearing,and after using the Bafanforl orao the nas^ dischaige wQI be f^><»^ tha pMs, soieacas sod fstrerfoner ,— win no longCT be aSa>sn«-io 'yoiaB (i£-«bd your friends by constantly tmUdag^ifiU. tiag and Mowing. Siiake off the grip of oi U b J i. 1 in^aiis your sense of taite; ii„ i bearing and poiMns your wbola lu» uert time ypii can bo — curad of this diBtriiwtng.r Ely 's Cream Balm. TUbl tieBalm <Ioes not fool yon 1. ttW zsfiaf, Irot eaaplMatj diains*. It desis the no. .thi^.ct antbyjtaak poison, i miuw^MS^agaiarti OnainpgHeatlon will CL^._ » O emtlwUls win gMMially wont CMS of estartfe. U H giummtu Special Agent— S. B. AOBtHLv 2^'.'>>

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