Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 19, 1911 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 19, 1911
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THE lOLA DAILYISEGISTER, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19,1911. The Store of the Christmas Spirit This store is all a-quiver with the excitement preceding the great home day^-^Christmas. The prattle of little child- i^en—the laughter of the older folks—-the glitter of holiday novelties—^the good riatured crowds—all combine to transform this store into the realm of Satita Glaus.. Everywhere that there is a counter or shelf or table or nook or comer Christmas merchandise is displayed, for your convenience in choosing. As tihe greatest joy.of Christmas is the pleasure of giving, the pleasure of buying naturally is a part of it. • We in the store have done our very best to add to the pleasure of your Christmas purchasing, and from day to day will earnestly strive to cause your topping trips for this Christmas to be a delightful remembrance. During t"he final days preceding .the 25th we will ask for your co-operation in that you will be patient with us. The jolly crowds are taxing our capacity to the ut- iiiost, but we assure you, whether we shall be privileged to say so in person or not, that your presence in the holiday shopping crowd will be thoroughly appreciated by us and we will be only too glad when possible to give you our time and show you that courtesy so typical of this store during ordinary time&i j All purchases with which you honor us, will be delivered upon the date you wish and will be properly packed for presentation. ' GREATEST REDUCTIONS ON COATS, SUITS, EURg AND MILLINERY OF THE SEASON! We thank you for past patronage and hope to be found worthy of your future friendship. We wish you a Merry Christmas. 113 EAST MADISON 113 EAST MADISON Beginning ^ Wednesday— J Store will be openl every evening un-l til Chrbtmas. V •Hi r '-'tfiinffiit-fr"^' "it? ^Beginning I Wednesday— ^, - .'Istore willbe open MHii^ r .hri<tnrt«c 1.000 NEW The Greatest; Coat Sale of the Season-Comprising 1000 high grade garments, assembled from vari- .-^ ous makers. These Coats are in broadcloth, kerseys, fancy coating velour, plushes, etc. Garments for every occasion on sale at extraordinary savings. , ili{$ONiHSv| —Pig Chlase tonight. Elite. Born, at, Dcrombor IC, to Mr .and Mrs. W J. Carroll, a daughter. ' —Holly Boxes, Tags and Seals Burrell's Drug Store. at An Atchison man was running from •tore to store and a frlmU inquired the reason. "I'm tryirig to Rft something for my wife," he replied. Tii' friend Inquired innocently: "Hnd :i".v ofterg yet?" —ChrlstmaB Trees Shannon's. and Holly at Topeka Capital: So far" seven patrons of the Topeka postofflce, who :ir. depositors in the local branch of the postal saTingB system, have made application to turn tlieir deposits into postal bonds, the latter drawing interest at the rate of i)er cent n year. The total amount of bonds asked for in the present issue is $1,400 from this office, 14 bonds of the face value of |100. —Give an Ansco Camera from Burrell's Drug Store. yrhe Begister has agreed to chqjh- >pl6n the cause of the Tola Club ^'o- man •who declares that the large majority of the homes where social gatherings are held are kept so warm and fresh air so religiously excluded that a headache is the almost certain result of- a gathering. Because the -women rule the homes and this antipathy for fresh air may easily be developed and disseminated- through the habits formed at these gatherings. It behooves this great Moral Censor to state its unhesitating protest against the toleration of Hot Air at any social function^^ '-jm.\e. IM COS, OCHUSL Dr. 0. L. Qarlingfaouse left this morning for Garnett for a brief business visit. —Cribbage board and playing cards at Mundls Drug Store. Mrs. A. E. Currey and daughter .Miss Vera, of Humboldt, who have been visiting with .Mr .and .Mrs. O. S. Mi)rse, returned last night to their home. —I'lg Chase tonight. Elite. M. and Mrs. John I.add and baby, of Wyoming, are hero to spend Christmas with Mr. I.iadd's mother, Mrs. .Xnielia Anderson. . —HE TAKES YOim ' UST OF I'KESENTS. WHO? SANTA GLAUS .AT KRESS. NEXT WEEK. Patrick .T. Connolly, owner of the .Majestic theaire is here from Iowa lookin gafter business interests. —Give a Thermos Bottle from Burrell's, Drug Store. Mrs. Frank E. Farmer arrived last night from Springfield, Mo., to attend the funeral of Mr. Farmer's mother, Mrs. Mattie A. Farmer, The funeral service was held this morning. —Dr. Vciraien. Phones S2 and SSS. The Mexico Land and Security Com pany has brought an attachment suit against Joseph DifTenderfer, of Osage township to enforce the collection of a claim of $500 alleged to be due the company on a contract. —Safety Razors, each one guaranteed by Mundls. W. J. Beaver, formerly a resident of this city, "but now employed by the Haliiday Motor Company, of Wichita, is in the city today on business and for a visit with friends. The first of the year Mr. Beaver will take charge of the company's agency at Bartlesville. HOLIDAYS ARE CANDY DAYS! Freshness is the prime requisite of candy insuring flavor and wholeBomeness. Our Candies are made by us-'| and i^old under a guaranty of freshness and purity. Churches and schools planning Christmas treats will find here a fine stock to select from at attractive prices. Sprrlally iirep.ired randy pnt np In pretty boxes special fur the Ilolldiiy Season. PALACE of SWEETS West Madison Ctalstmas Suggesflons THE MAN FOR THE BOYS FJine Suits or an Overcoat— Men's at $7.50 to $25.00 Boys' at $2.00 to $10.00 House Coats and Bath Robes $3.00 to $10.00 INTERWOVEN HOSIERY In Christmas boxes, per box, 4 pr. $1.00 SILK SOX Any color you want, per pair 50c Ties, Tie Sets, Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, Silk Lined Gloves, Suspenders, Shirts, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Tie Pins, Cliff Buttons, Suit Cases and Bags. CXfm 1X)M0RR0W AND ALL THIS WEEK! Barclay-Shields ClotMiig iCo. "na HOI78K OF giTAUTr." —Pig Chase tonight Elite. Col. .J. B. Atchison returned this morning from Coffeyville whore he has been to defend Clyde Reed the young man acquitted of charge of robbery. —Calendars, Christmas Letters and Cards at Burrell's Drug Store. The Knights of Pythias had a great time at their ball last night, the occasion being the initiation of nine candidates, five for the Page rank and four for the Knight rank. The ses­ sions'nere attended by visiting Knight from Bronson and Moran and when' the -work was over fifty-six members sat down to a very enjoyable spread at the Ridge Cafe and the clock tolled one as the party broke up. —Fred Bowden, Period Decorator. Phone 7M. ' The attending physician reports! that the condition of Hamilton Stafford the aged fanner near Curlyle,, who sustained injuries in an accident al fall from a wagon Saturday, la unimproved, and that the chances for his recovery are very ilight It was at first thought that Mr. Stafford's! injuries consisted of only broken rigs but It was later found that ho was ButTcring from internal injuries. Eveiy Coat want can be supplied at this sale—elegant serge Coats, black and blue,'lined with satin— -J beautiful Polo Coats, reversibles and fine Coats of plush, sealette and velour. In short, the collection embraces the most fa^ionable garments of the season—in a complete variety and range of sizes—^plain tailored and fancy trimmed effects—Coats for street wear, motoring, evening wear, etc. Values ran^rig lip to .$39.75; on sale in five groups. • • - $7.50, $10, $15, $20 and $25 Just In time fon Christmas Piesiehts. Bought of the Alaska Fur Co., at sixty-five cents on the dollar! 85 sets of new and yp-to-date purs—Three Days to sell them—Come quick and get first choice. MEW Y&RK STORE J —Dr. Lnry M. Hnll, Oste«pitk. | trying to make for a game at Baldwin tomorrow night have been cdllcd Arrangements were made this af-|oir by the latter team, tcrnoon for a scries of games tonight on the Record Alleys between the Y. M. C. A. and Record tenjiin teams. —(t% Money. B. IL CuplB^haa. Harry Hargrave, a plumber employed at the W. H. Root plumbing \ shop, has been unable to work since yesterday morning when in doing some work in the N'ew York store, a casting fell on bis foot, badly brufs-j ing the member. Although no bones were broken, the injury Is painful, and Hargrave will probably not'be able to work for several days. X —BRING THP CHILDRKf TO SEE SANTA OLAUS.—KRESS. It seems that the lola high school basket ball team will not have a —Dr. Wirt, Osfeopatb, Tel 487, S88. George W. Hancock, of Kansas City who,has been here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Morse, left this morning for his home. Mrs., R. B. Battey, of Chicago, is In the city for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Taylor, during the holidays. Their son, C. H. Taylor, and wife, of South Omaha, will be here Thursday for a holiday visit'. Try the Register Want ad way.. Brooks Laoe has been engaged, by I Manager ^Levan, of the Grand, to put •a a song ftnd act "The Colored W^sh jerwomaa." at the theater during tbe- regular evening performance tonight. chance to get revenge at Baldwin, | Brooks will be costumed appropri^e- whicb beat them recently by the score of 31 to .27—not at once at any rate, as the arrangements the boys wore iy .and those who know Brooks; vad his ample proportions aay that he> will make a bit •t 4 UAS THE MUSSEL MOBILITY I The night of Farmers to Forbid MUM. Hd iFlithIng to l>e Decided. Mike Hatton, one of the men. who has been I working on the river fishing out mussel shells to be used by the lola Button factory in the making of buttons, was la yesterday consulting lawyers with a view to ascertitining whether 6r iiat a farmer has a legal right to forbid the taking of mussels from thati part of the river which passes through his land, or from that part of the river which is contiguous to his land. Although it has long been the general belief that the rivers are government broperty, the lawjiers say that thlajappHes only to navigable rivers, and they believe the law will uphold a Ifarmer who claims that he owns all permanent parts of the river to the tniddle of the stream on the sid ecbnti^oua to his land, or entirely across {the stream where it passes through his land. .Of course, this apt plies only to the permanent parts of the river, not to the water, which passes onward, nor to the fish of the water, no more than a law could apply to ownership of the birds of the air. Permanent parts, generally speak ing, means the bed of the river, and all taht rests permanently thereon. Are mussels permanent parts of the river? That is, do they take up their .-ibode in one location permanently? Some claim that they never move from their first place of abode,- and others claim they can-move at will. It seems that the question has aim( 'nered down to one of zoology, and hat the right of a farmer to forbid mussel fishing in "his" part, of the river can only be decided when the mobility or immobility of the crustacean Is finally decided upon. (To late to classify). WANTED—DINING at Ridge's Cafe. ROOM GIRiL —Pig Chase tonight. Elite. President Ellot ?t'ot Out of Danger. Colombo^; Ceylon, Dec. 18.—Dr. Charles W. Eliot, president emeritus of Harvard university, who was recently operated on- for appendicitis, is progressing, but the phyfclans say today that be is not yet out of danger. FOR SALE—FIVE WHITE OR- pington pullets and one cockeril. Dr, Neusome. Phone 824. FOR SALE-CHEAP—TWO LADE^ small diamond rings; suitable for Christmas present Any amount of ladles' and gent's watches, nearly new, for less than half price. ''l^gilB Pawn Shop East Side Square. Office In fruit store. FOR RENT—FARM 3 MILES IfAST of. Bayard. Allen county, Kana.; 90 acres plow land, 32 acres timothy and clover; balance lota and pasture. Plenty of running well and sprlps water. See or write to M. L. Decker, 211 N. Sycamore, lola, Kana.

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