Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 4, 1911 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, December 4, 1911
Page 8
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_ I 8 November 29.—Hunting was the topic oT the,day during the snow and wintry weather. ver gooe success owins to- the weather. T*ey cleared ov lars. The^ladlsA, are tackii g comforts for wfc Grant, who George Hutton, of Tola, was rtsltingito leave thlB wee*. {inclement ten dol- his cousin, Albert Hutton the last the w^eek. it was the first visit of I Dema Best^clerked for Lovfe that I ers during their sale at lUis^all they have had together for twenty- 1 bertsons store Thursday. I I ^Aitllr c>»nvit tt «A seven years. Frank and Dnnlap McAdam. of ran, spent the day Sunday with their aunf, Mrs. Irenei Byerley. Ed Wolfe, of Colorado, is .. visiting with his brothers-in-law G«orge Will Warren. Will Drannon has been helping Ben Bells blackemlth shop, at Blue Mound during the post two weeks. Bud McGee's faither. who lives Mound City, Is- reported to be very Gladys Foulk spent the day^ Mo- 1 with Ethel Best Stout POI.NT. , Nov. 28.—^Wei ar? having and winter weather here at preaen inay be thankful it is not to farther north. ,Mr8. Charlie Heckenliabl I 8e«m to get any better. She at I sinking spnlU last week. Mrs. Xell Wafford of lola' Bud has been oyer at his father's j week out here with her slat bpent a kr Mrs. She [lay ac- newB oi III*;. &UUUCI* UC^VM »*«^«>-, • «^ ,„w*..v,., ^randina Maud Wlsley of KIncald. who died I Williams who will m:ike an e{xtended helping care for htaf the past week Bert Hummiston received the s news of the. sudden death of his niece ... IM. P. Brandenburg and family sad I returned to hor home Satur companied by her mother. Monday evening of heart trouble. Miss Racheal Gllllhan is staying with Grandma Dozicr in Bayard at present. . Mrs. Lola Woolery. of Bartlesville Oklahoma was visiting with hir sister. Mrs. .\ellle Reynolds, during the past week. Miss Dema Best is working at Wal ter Miller's this week. Laura Norrick who has been work ing at Russell Reynolds for several - weeks, came homo Wednesday evening. Fay Lanti departed for Idaho the first of last week where he is thinking of locating. Roy Howard of Bronnon, l« st.aylnR with his sister. Kffic l^ntz, while her hhsband is away. Mies Dixon, one of Roy's teachers of Moran. vlsitew from Friday evening until Monday at his home. "John Paul' atid family of Moran, - spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paul. Mrs. Hito's mother Is spending Thanksgiving with her. Dr': and Mrs. For8 >'the, of Mildred took dinner at H. Norrick's Sunday The doctor was called to KIncald Im mediately after dinner. Harve Huffman and family are mov ing to Bronson this week, where he Is going into the blacksmlthlng trade with his cousin. Simon Huffman expects to move on his mother's farm as soon as he gets his corn shucking done. Clyde Porter has been quite 111 the past two weeks but Is some better at this writing. Elmer Norton and family, of Mildred are moving into the house across from Emmett LaMunyon's this week. Ed Porter and wife of KIncald and - Earle Riggs and wife, of Mildred were visitors at Russell Reynolds Sunday. Pearle McClellan clerked in Russell Culbertson's store during their sale the past week. Mrs. Joe Gillham's brother was visit Ing her the first of the week. Owing to the sickness of so many of the Royal Neighbors and family, lodge was ])ostponed last Thursday week and then h^d a called meeting. Friday and transacted their usual business. Next Thursday is the day for election of officers, so a good attendance is desired. Mr. Will Grant, who has been living in this neighborhood for several years, and has lived with Uncle Sammy Tucker the past two years, departs for Missouri this week where he will live with his brother. Mr. Grant will be missed very much In this vicinity and especially in the Baptist church. Mrs. Barbara Lewis, of La Harpe, visited the last of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Brown. Mrs. R. E. Brown went to 1^ Harpe Monday to help care for her daughter who went home from her mother's ill. One of the social events of the week wan " surprise part>' given to Martha Norrick by her many friends,In honor or her eightieth birthday. Tliere were nearly thirty present and all report a pleasant^ evening. Earlc fSloan who went to western Kaasas In the summer to help In the harvest fields and after harvest found other work^ returned home at R. E. Brown's, Monday evening. Bert Skinner was visiting his mother. Mrs. Parker. Sunday. He has been working with a bridge gang for some time but is now working near Bronson. Floyd Cutbirth went to Paola Wednesday where he expects to spend Thanksgiving with relatives and friends. R. E. Browu is building a -large sheep and hay bam on his farm. The ladies of Osage Valley Baptist chnrcb are making preparations for their Xmas program which is not very iar off. Hiram Booth and family of near I y Bronson spent Sunday with his sis-'' ter, Mrs. Rhoda Foulk. Mr. Cdffield, of lola, was in this vicinity on bustoess during the past week.- Boy and Floyd Norrigk went to Kan can This Miss Clare Edwards and OlUe Archer Are vca Keeping cieau lusiue of Moran attended church at Osage Cascaret.';, or merely forcing a iVaUer- Sunday evening. sagpway every few days wt''' Charlie Huffman was in lola the cathartic pills or castor oil? first of the week on -business. Important Frankie Forrested of Gas City, is - Casoarets worn »uiic ^. staying with her sister. Mrs. C. A. cleanse and regulate the stomac i Trimble at present move the sour, undigested ani3 Rev. Walker was unable to preach menting food and foul gases; " " Sunday evening owing to his having a - » .».- <> ba* cold." Ttere being a large crowd present they had"* short prayer meeting, led by R. E. Brown and Will Grant genuine but we bad as don't had two out and Blranden- sand was was.. cdat wik] word F^ that Scott at hor visit with her. Mr. Ferguson of tola came plastered the walls of S. D. burg's cellar. The first coat and cement and the last wood fibre. The floor is concireted Tom Washington arrived froim sas City Sunday jiight and for S. D. Brandenburg. .Mrs. W. Kitzmiller got her mother Mrs. Wray- of was very low and she is not mother's bedside. There is a vory good opejilng this neighborhood for someoi e a threshing machine and olov or ns nobody has threshed there is ronsldprubU' clover Most of III'* fiinners have gathnrlng com and have pi crib room with some to span U:ibc McDoimld is gutlierlni; Brandenburg's corn. Wm. Ireland who had one oyra taken at Ft. Scott some got bis othiT eye badly hurt by a piece of wood striking th In wltb ! hull- ' ct and o hull. I llnlshod nty of S. D. ! of his ljm(< ago rday ball.. I Sdtu rKESCE>T VALLEY. ajid Arlit Car- Cidy r. and nd the Mo., Cham- cntor- . visff down with at the rsday Indered rening. ed to rebort a Thhi serv Nov. 30.—Willie .McKenzie thur Percy of Chanutc visited ter Rhodes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. Will Blount and family lattcr's mother from Webb C were guests of Mr. and Mrs. bers Sunday. The school Is getting up an tainment for Christmas. Mrs. Susan Strode camC^l Thursday of last wpek to her brother W. M. Endlcott. The M. B. S. gave a, social home of Mrs. R. B. Wilson ~" evening. A program was r^ during the early part of the e At a late hour oysters were about 70 guests and all good time. Mrs. Susan Strode of SmI Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Cherryvale, and Maude and Endlcott ate Thanksgiving din W. M. Endicott's. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chambers and and Mr. and Mrs. Will Bloun isitors at C. Rhodes Thursd, Master Ray Lobaugta visited Francis and Jerome Wlllenbergj day. Miss Llllle Kemerer of was a guest of Kate Willenbu day. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilhlf family visited at Wilson Sunday. PILES CUBED IS SIX TO 14 DATS. —Your druggist will refund money .. PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 day^. BOc. DIA.MOND. November 20.—We have bceji having another spell of winter the last few days. Several wcrt baptised by Imnjerslon Sunday afternoon at Diamond. J. Q. Roberts has been aheddlag his barn on three sides, adding very{ much | I his room for sheltering. There will be a lecture glvlen by Rev. Chandler district superinti ndent next Monday evening in th( Diamond church. All are cordial y in- tted to attend. No admission f« e. About a dozen young people a :companied Miss Maud Strawdermin to her home west of lola Friday ev ining. Several attended the young people's party given that evening at the straw derman home and returned horn i. The rest remained over Saturday, n turning Sunday. All report a fine time NOT SALTS, OIL OR POLLS BUT CASCABETS | 0 Odd.« How Sick Yonr Stoi inch; How Hard Yonr Head Acke or How BIHons—Cnsearets Majse Yon Feel Great. somehow You men apd women who jMjy .OMU riuyu i\%jni \rL wcui. lu xvau can't get feeling right—who haVe an saa City Thanksgiving morning wbere almost dally headache, coated Rof expects to have his artificial Umb foul taste and foul breath, d' shortened. j can't sleep, are bilious, nervo-^ Foe; Paul and son shipped hogs to upset, bothered with a sick, gassy K^tfas City Monday. ordf—* ^^f"^ Xieon Bryan and Linel Hill and and ordered stomach or have id feeJ all worn out. Are yea keeping clean inside take Sophia Page who is working at Lone Elm, and Lillle Page, whc is worktog In Moran, are spending the week with their parents. I^mm Rudisill is suffering writh a bad corbuckle on his knee. Heliatnt . been'able to^ get around, for over a week.- Misslnoary ladies .who served lunch lit Uarve Uulfnuui's sale had very (ULUVIU,^ . ^ _ ^ excess bile from the liver and out of the system all the decomiwsed waste matter and poison in the Intestines and bowels. A Casraret tonight will straighten you out by morning—a 10-cent from any dn^ store will keep entire family feeling good for mdnths Don't forget the children. They love Cascarets because they taste g<^d— do good—never gripe or sicken. —Bibles and Magazines reboui^d all styles at a reasonable price Recister PubllBbias Co. Brotb- Cul- Sunday Kan- work hville, Endidott, of Ilmmett ner at family were with !| Thurs Hujmboldt •g Sun i| and Endicott's tbngue, diz2^lneS8, voua backache with _m MONDAY f to arrange.. every dollar's .worth of goods" for rapid ' selling, fpr 11 DAYS ONLY commencing Tuesday Dec. 5, a "fMxM. Tell your friends and wait for this Great Actual Sale! Perham—the man who makes good—offcJr^ for the peril Caps, Trunks. Suit Cases, etc. Nothing reserved, j AH goes FIRST BIG SATUDAY, Dec. 9, and the entii<e^balance of tl town in the state of Kansas. DROP EVERYtHiNG AND/* afford to miss this sale cf a whole season's business doncih One lot Of Hen's and Boys' Here's a line of Men's and Boys' Suits—coat, pants and vest—that are not from this year's line but from last season's goods, and were sold at $7.50 to $10; and you will find the value as good as you ever did for this price. You won't iind the equal anywhere, and just think, you have a chance in 11 days to ' get onfe of your choice for only $5 per suit. The clothes are guaranteed to you as fully as if j'^ou paid .$10 for them; you can't go wrong in buying here. Your chance is in Actual 11 Days Sale at SUIT THE OPPORTUNITY OF A i)d of 11 days to the people of lola and its vicihity the biggest Actual Sale on record, in—11 days only. I mean to set lola and the entire vicinity ablafze with the news of it^| tills fine stock in a few more days' time. .It will be without question the most mighty actt GET HERE! Remembct—wait until Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 a. m.—and yott will save i Eleven days* time. Men who like fine clothes will grasp this opportunity to buy these v€ SIIIHTS Our entire stock of .Men's 91S )0 Shirts with culTs and neckband for rollurs, plain or pleated, all 91 OR sires, all colors; now V • •«'«• Men's regular |1.2.'> Shirts in all styles, patterns and colors; cuffs attached and detached collars; plain or pleated. Better stock up at this price _ ^ One lof of Men's Dress Shirts— 7,'>c and $1.00 valbes; choice, POp ns long as they last UUU .$1.CQ HOiiEEItY I One lot In black 'or tain worth 15c. ns long as thoy laiit; 9l)fi three pairs for '^Hgl The 10c kind—l(i bldok or tanA ns long as they latit; ORr four pairs for — ; fcWV 7 i)alrs of Rockford Ho?ie, OC ..I \ LOh EISEXDK.iTH'S ASBES'TOL GLOTES Lined or nnllned. .largo cuff or otherwise; worth ll.po.the ^orld OQA over; our price' i Uuw Men's Overcoats. And no matter which style appeals to you most, we h^ve a liberal assortment of patterns and qualities. I Aind such values I We're mighty proud of them and we ought to be. : ' $i2.00 $15.06 $ikob $20.00 $22L50' $a^:oo Overcoats. Overcoats. Ovei-coats. Overcoats. Overcoats. Overcoats. Overcoats. .. .:.$8j50 .. .;$ioloo ,. .$12)50 .. .$16i25 , .$17,00 ;.il9.00 : .$21J00 A ^EW come DON'T hesit^to L— DON'T miss the i^Uice. DON'T kick on thfr cri^wds. Don't forget to tell youi; PON'T forget this: sal DOK'T forget th4t? the dON'T forget youE pojjketbook. One lot of Men's and Boys' Here's where you can shine in a $12.50 or $13.50 Men's or Boys' Long Pant Suit for only $7.50, as long as they last. Now we will tell you in all honesty they are last season's goods, but are in neat patterns, heavy or fall weights, arid you will be more happily surprised when you see the Suits than reading this message to you. Come before it is too late; as long as they last, your choice of this lot only $7.50 per suit. .They are Men's Suits and Boys' Long Pant Suits—assorted sizes. SUIT ONE LOT $10 buys you ried over from Fall Suits. Jte ness and go: prices that will GO and go quic want a $15, $1( Suit ^or only do, come a-rui will sell them, lot as long as the Actual 11 Di I WE GIVE PRE]N4IUMS AND MILEAGE WIT] WORK SHIRTS Sizes 14 to 17; in bine chambray and striped; worth 5'ic; go for QQn 11 days at »l«v SWEATER COATS. A Sweater Coat sold elsewhere for 7ijc; all sizes; go on sale as ACfk Ions as they last at *T«H» TIES r,Oc kind for i 89e 25c kind for 19c FLEECE LINED SHIRTS AND DRAWEl Genuine High Rock fleece lined Uhclerwear fp| the best and finest cotton fleeced underwear Try one garmenti.of it and dompare it=with what'; now. Shirts and Drawers, each— ly ^ • Per Shirt ^^r Drawer" "Alfred Benjamin" SUITS. You'll never know how handsome they are until you see them. You'll never know how well they wear and retain their good appearance until you wear one. For 11' days we will sell $18.00 Suits $16.25 $20.00 Suits $17'00 $22.50 Suits .........$19.00' $25.00 Suits ...$21.00 $28.00 Suits i...:....$24.00 $30:00 Suits $25.00 Pi Nothirig res pant in hpjilJse .-H $1.50 Pants .. $2.00 Pants .. $2.50 Pants .. is.oo'p^W... $3.50:Paits ... $prPaiis $^.0(? PaiAs ... Actual €S DON'TSl friends. saves Vou money, sale lasis only 11 days. Remember All Chnsitma^ goods are included iii this sale. Nbth- ing m - lOLi

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