Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 15, 1912 · Page 6
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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, MONDAY EVENING, JA NUARY 15,1912. NO SENSmiONS IN MXRKETS WHEAT IS KEPT FIRM BT LIGHT WOKLD SH1PJJE>TS. Cattip and IIocs nofli Ranjre a LItfIc HiphiT—(Mlier Produrts In. riinn^rd. (Tiy ;ho Associated Press) Chicago, .Ian. l.'i.—Liglitne.ss of world shipnHT.ts made wheat firm. The openini,' was a shade to M<SV* higher. May started to Vi. sank to Ity"^, roKr to $l.UlK/ 'i. Close— Ma.y fluqn: .luly •M%; Sept. 92"i. COU.>«^.?un. filX; May C4%@%: July .Sf-pt. C.'.?i. <).\T.S—.Miiy AiOi,; .Inly 44'Si(0%; Sept. 40U- I'OliK-.l:in. $I.-..S2';: May $1C..'.0; .hilv $lt;.I.'. L.MiD—.Ian. $!>.n7i.:.; May $'.».."..'>Ti9.- r.T'i; .Itily $'j I'M'-'('/:•.7(1 ; Sept. yi.M). 9c; geese 8c; turkey hens and young gobblers 12c; old toms 11c. BUTTER—Packing stock 20c. HIDES—Sc. (Grain quotations furnished daily by S. D. Ray). CORN—55c r-flr bushel. KAFFIR CORN—50c per bushel. HAY—$10 per ton. OATS—4.5c per bushel. HUMBOLDT GETS THE CO.NTR.ICT. Plant Will Fiirnlrih Brick for K. C.'s >ew Tnion Depot. Humboldt Herald: The Humboldt Brick Manufacturing Company has just .'succeeded in landing one of the large.st contracts let in the construction of the New I'nion Depot at Kansas City,, bavins been awarded the contract to furnish the Hollow Build- in?: Brick for the JoU. This brick is only u.-;pd in the hiehest class of fire proof Jobs in tlie large cities and all that has in-ca u?e(l in this territory lirrrtofoni lias been sliipped from Chicago. Believing that just as good Hollow Brick could be manufactured here as in ClilcaKO, till- Humboldt Brick Company hen? u'<-nt after the job and has landed it. Jlils will be a good thing for ilumlmldt, as it will take one hun- dn-d tars of brick to fill the order, and tl:at nipann lhaf much extra work for Humboldt i)eople. III.S D.\Y OF TKOIBLE. .1 llroii.<<on .Mail Injured Tnire Witliln n Few Hours. Bronson Pliol: George Young, a I young man of tlie Spring Valley neigh borliood, found his unlucky day last Suniiay. While drawing on his coat !o leave the house in the evening a 22 calibre rifle fell from Its position on the wall by him. struck a chair and sV.ot Ceorge in the fleshy part of the hip. The bullet parsed through George's clothing and some ten folds of his handkerchief and lodged In bis flesh. , .....„•.,. , He managed, however, to go about his mixed JO.lOti j chores and, while young Wright, who ' makes his home with the Young's, was bedding tlio hor.scs ho struck - (Jeorge in the back of the neck with K::ns:is t i!y. .Jan. 1.".—WHEAT, re-'the pitch fork, inflicting a consider- ef:].!.-: 44 i-nif, I'a^h wheat, steady, i able woun<i though not serious. The Chlcairo l.lu'slock. (•!,!.ai-M. .lun. I.-..—(WTTMC, re- citiii'-- iT.ii'it Ten ccnis lilwhcr. Beeves $4.7."i'</.-;<Ki<(.r.>i and feeders $:<.."iO 'n 11'. - ;md hflfcrs $2.iiU'ii ('..70. HOC.-- K. rilpts HL'.i'i.ii: five to ten ri-ni.-- I,l^hls $."..!i.'>ff»;.:)."; mix(.(1 ti;,I'i '.M: licavy ir>A'>fi CJiO; $i;.i.'.' M ;; pig.^^ $4..'iO!;/.".JO. 1 (iiii; SI. I.auis tirain. St .l.oiii-. .l.in. 1."..—WHKAT. ccij.fs ;t!i'„; .hiiy (•()l{.\-.M:iy - IMK ;; Vlulv C". t;t;c. ' OATS—M.iv ./i,iv 4414. re- St. l.oilis Livestoek. St. Um^^. .l.\n. 1.'..—CATTi.K,, receipts 1;'. iiiii; live to ten cents liigher. Native .-ii-i rs $4 "i'^ t>.."i': cows and !:eif«'rs S:'..7r..'M;.7ri; .-^toi-k'Ts and feed ers t;.."'i. HOCS—Bt <•.:;'•.- str.mg. Pigs and lip^it.s .ii": >; Ct'i; liia-.y C.40. liansas (ity t.'niln. 188 SGH0MER0U8 W You nr.• • oinan .Suffered an Illness of .- i nan Four Months. .Vn. 2 hard. ?1 Dr.li .\o. Sl.dl^r 1 .117; .\o. 2 r. ii. i.ii>; No. ;isfj i'l'f. Clof,—.May !<:!',;*.luIy ("0H.\—Sti-aiiy to half cent higher. No. 2 mix.d o(.'jr /n7; .\o. O.'.'i'fi No. 2 v.iiiti' r ,7r ;i:s: No. ?,. iC. Cli).-e—.May c.:,'^ i^e'.ler.^: .luly C."'-j. (lAT.'^rnc-ianii.-d. .\o. 2 white. r.'i':;'^r.l: No 2 I 'uxcd V.^'^i r .\-2. KYK—ilt;'^/ :'7i- iier bu.^lie!. HAY—Wiak to .'i' ci'nis lower. Choice t!n).'>r!iv $2!'!; 22; ciiuice prairie . iiltOO:-! I DII.V— $7"<"( 14'i per ton. two accident.-; occurred only a few minutes apart. Pr. K. B. Cummings was called and probed de.^p into the rifle wound without finding the bullet, which it was decided to leave for the present. EXPLOlTIXi A> OIL BIKNER. Kansas ( i(y l.irestork. Kar.sa? City, .Ian. I.'..—CATTl.F, re- oipts 12."i"i: ten ci nts higiicr. Native steer.< $".?.".•;i S. 2.'.; cows and heif- » .-s S;',.<m';i 1; .".'i; .=tockfrs and feeders ?X.7.-'fit;.2.-: I.u!:s j:'..-.i.l;!;.2.-.; cahes 14 .-.lof, Sen. Mr. Swarons Here for I'nited Iron Works Invpnffon. The gi neral feeling that these are good day? to urge the advantage of oil iM'.rnors is shared by the I'nited Iron Works iieople who have been prfect- :ng an oil Jiurner for .=ome time. Mr. .1. F .Swarens. wlio has charge of the oi! burner exjiloitatlon for them Is in lola 10 mnke demonstrations and it is n.')l improbable that the unit sy.'-tem win be worked out here a group of acij.icent dwellings being heated from HOGS—>• =p^s n Uio; five cents j on-' plant. ll:e occupants of tlie houses higher. H-avy J>;t; 4.'>; packers ; iia> lug for the oil they meter into anri butch'T..^ ? I ;.2 M 5 J »;.47; ligiits SM tiuir burt'ers. but profiting by th< <[i c.-onomy of one tank in.=talIatlon with ci'nnectii ns. T!ie iil"a contains Infer- Kaiisa". riJv I'rodiiro. I ,.!.iing i.ossibiliiies and if it works out Kan.-as City. .lan. 1'..—ItrTTKB—j \.lll undoubtedlv be generally liopular. - "4; .'seconds :'.2; ; I ..\rrnngi-nienlK were made this aft-r- Cr.-anii'ry ;'.>•(•; fir.-t- pa(kiK;r .'^tn'k 2?.'.j. KC.G.S—K;;tras 24r onds 22'.... firsts 32; ?ec- I.ead :ind Speller. St. I.e.;;.--. .I;!ti. I."—Beai'. Fteady ?4:i"fi4.4o: .-p-lt.T. strong. $t;..'o. Local Markets. (rroditcr- <iuotations furnished daily by CogSiill Cnnia'.ission Co.): KCGS—2Sc per dozen. i'Ori .tUY—Hens lie; springs 10c: old eo.;k=; .'r; young cocks 6c; ducks noi n to hold the funeral of .ludd Cnr- l)eiit-r from the Cliri.--tian cliurcli. ir.- .ste.id of frfitu the home, as at hr.~I p';;nned. thiti change h:ivlng been n-ad.' to make it convenient for the students of tlie high f-chool to al em' in a body. Tin- funeral will be held at 2:30 and Bever^nd .lohn Price and Reverend O. C. .Moomaw will officiate. Shi<'ld"s orchestra will have a dance in Masonic hall tonight instead of tomorrow night. BeA Lump Coal—delivered anvvv'here in citv. U. S. Patent and fidelity Flour, to dealers only. Feed, Bran, Shorts, Oil Meal and Alfalfa Feeds. 100 pounds per sack—guaranteed weights. ^SeW'Os^ MMlns & Efevstor Co. PHONE 157 Willis Pereau, Agent Miss Gussle Schomerus, the sixteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. s5. SctiomeruB, of 201 North First street., died this morning at 7:30 o'clock after an illness with a complication of diseases extending over about four months. Since summer .Miss Schomerus had been in poor health, but It was not until the latter part of December that her condition became -serious. Even then, however, she, was able to be up and around, although she could not attend school as she had been doing up to the Christmas holidays. Although seriously ill. Miss Schomerus was able to be up until about two weeks ago. when one day she fainted. Since that time her condition has been critical and her recovery has hardly been expected. About a week ago nho underwent an operation which brought relief, but her condition was such that little hope of her recovery was afforded. While visiting relatives in Texas last sumiiicr . MIKM .Schomerus went bout riding with a party, and wheii the boat was accidentally capsized she was thrown Into the water with tho other occupunis of the boat. Miss .Schomerus was violently chilled, and the poor health which tlnally resulted in her severe lllnesK and death, dated from that time. Although having realized her daugh ter's dangerous cotulition. Mrs. Schomerus was prostrated when death came this morning, and Was in a ser ious condition for several hours. Restoratives were administered, however, and in a short time she recovered from the shock. Miss GuFsie Schomerus was a mem ber of the Freshman class at the high school, and her jiopularity among he classmates is attested by the fact that the students of the high school hav shown much concern about her con ditlon. and have done everything pos sible in the w.ay of visiting her and sending her floral tributes to make her illness more bearable. Her class mates will probably make arrangements to attend the funeral in a body Up to press time this afternoon the fuceral arrangements had not been completed. The.deaths of Miss Gussle Schom erus and Judd Carpenter are peculiar ly sad, as both have been stricken iust in the bloom of youth, when the bright path of life led promisingly on before them. Two families have been stricken, a host of hearts are be reaved. and the high school hks been deprived of two of its most popular and promising students by the death of these two young people. Tlie funer-)! will be held at three o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the re?ldi>nce and interment will be in Highland cemetery. WAS i>- crsTEirs L.\.ST BATTLE CoL Golden Told Sfndonix of High Srhool About it Today. The students of the high schoo were civen a very unusual and rare treat this morning when Colonel Golden, one of the chief organizers of ihe Boy Scouts in Kansas City, who (tame in Saturday in the Interest of the Men and Religion Forward Move- mtnt fight day campaign here, told th^m of Ihe last charge of General r'uBter in the battle of Big Horn in Wyoming in 1.S75. The story as told by Colonel Golden is intensely interesting, as he is the only> surviving white man who took part in that famous charge against the Indians, hav ing been a Colonel on the staff of General Custer. Colonel Golden's account of tho battle was very graphic,and held the closest attention of the students. ARTHUR MOORE IX JAIL. 3P. Highest Market Pricc-^ For HIDES and FUfSS -at- L. KRUPP'S JUNK YARD Phone 314 Hnmboldt Colored Man Tlolated Terms of Parole. Arthur Moore, a Humboldt colored man, was brought to the county jail yesterday by Sheriff Hoover Kerr on a "ommitment issued by Judge Foust. .Moore was recently paroled from jail on condition that he demean himself '.iropcrly, attend church and Sunday School and in every manner live above reproach. Latterly, Arthur has been falling in several of these condl- iions and 1.'.' was reported to the court. As a resul". he w.is brought In to serve his original sentence for petty larceny. As (he case is recalled, Moore found a pockctbook containing a neat sum of money. He did not make any effort to find the owner but hid <he money, intending evidently to use it some day when the loss had ceased to worry the loser. FOR DY.SPEPSI.\. THE COGHILL COMMISSION CO., lOLA'S PKODICE MAKKET - Buying every day—always paying best prices for POUL'fCY, nun 'KK, iCGGS and HIDES. Call us up. Phofle ;{7G. Weareaiiijd glad to talk to you. That's what we are here for. \ (Snceessors to lola Frodace Co.) Fbone 876 West of Santa Fe Tracks lola, £1 J3ca Yon Hl.sk .\o -Money If You Try This Remedy. 1 We want every one troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia to come tu our store and olttaiu a box of Rcxall Dyspepsia Tablets. They contain BIB- muth-Subnltrate and Pepsin carefully combined so as to develoi) their greatest power to overcome digestive dis- lurliaiice. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are very pleasant to take. They tend to soothe he irritable, weak stomach, strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs .ind relieve nausea and indlfiestlon, tlius promoting nutrition and bringing about a feeling of comfort. If you give Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets a reasonable trial we will return your money, if you are not satisfied with the res\ilt. Three si^s. 25c, 50c and Jl.OO. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at our store— The Rexall Store. S. R. Burrell, West Side Square. Manager I^eVan, of the Grand, reports that the advance seat sale for "Bright Eyes," which Is to be here Thursday night, started out very brisk ly this morning, several mail orders for seats from surrounding cities tie-, ing received today. Manager LeVan says Itint tickets ordered reserved will not be ;beld after aix^'elock Thoridar MEW YORK STORE Pre-Inventory and January Clearing Sale For 14 Days Only-Prices as Follows: As is our usual custom tp have one big sale on all merchandise prior to invoicing—Now is the time to save money on all your purchases. 20% Discount on all Wool Blankets from $3.98 to $10 $1.25 yard for $1.50 quality Skinner Satin, any shade 10% Discount on Cotton Blankets from $1.25 to $3.50 89c for Chiffon Broadcloths, 54 to 56 inches wide, values up to $2.75 yard. 89c for $1.00 W. B. Corset, Style $7.65, for stout figures only. Sizes 27 to 36. $2.49 for No. 771 $3.00 W. B. Reduso Corset, sizes 19 to 36. Never l^efore sold at this price. 15% Discount on all pure wool and silk and wool Underwear, from $1.75 to $5.00. Choice of any Velvet, Satin or Leather Hand Bag in the house at HALF PRICE! 7-8 Bleached Muslin, was 6i^c yard, now iYzc No. 60 Berkeley Cambric, per yard.. .12c 14c yard for fancy fleeced Flannelettes, suitable for Kimonas, Dressing Sacks, regular price 18c. Last Cut on Fancy Silks and Safins! High grade imported Dress Patterns—4 to 5 yard lengths at ^ price as follows Price 1 pattern, 4 yards, black with flowered border, was $15.00; novv $7.50 1 pattern, 414 yards, brov/h with green border, was $15.00; now $7.50 2 patterns, 4iA yards each, black with grey border, was $2.25 yardf now. .$1.13 1 pattern 4i/> yards, green with green border, was $2.25 yard, now.; $1.13 1 pattern, iVo yards, amethyst with two-toned border, was $2.25 yard $1.13 2 patterns, 4iA yards each, navy with navy border, was $2.25 yard, now. .$1.13 1 pattern, 5 yards, light blue with light blue woven border, was $2.50.. .$1.25 1 pattern, 5 yards, Nile green with green border, was $2.50 yard, now. .$1.25 1 pattern, 5 yards, light blue 36 inch Bi-oche Brocade, was $2.50 yard $1.25 1 pattern, 5 yards, pink 36 inch Broche Brocade, v;as $2.50 yard, now $1.25 1 pattern, 5 yards, white 36 in. Broche Brocade, was $2.50 yard, now $1.25 1 pattern, 5 yards, yellow 36 in, Broche Brocade, was $2.50 yard, now $1.25 BIG SALE ON BUCK TAFFETAS—$1.10 a yard for-silks worth up to S2.75 yard. We have just 8 pieces and now is your chance to buy a big bargain. January Gearing Sale of Muslin Some are sBghtly soiled and mussed from handling. down to Cost and Less = Underwear These^are marked Big Bargains in Niglit Gowns High Neck Gowns, were BOc, now 1 39^ Slip-over or high neck Gowns, were |1.25, now 75t Slip-over or fancy Gowns—slightly tolled—were 98c, now 504^ Slip-over or fancy Gowns, were $1.25, now 894^ All Gowns marked $1.50 and $1.35, now All Gowns marked $1.75, now _ All Gowns marked $1.98, now S . x2 AU GowQs marked $3.98, now »*«3.98 All Gowns marked $3.50, now.52.50And up to $0.00 Gowns. $:i.&8 Women's Petticoats Greatly Reduced In this lot you will find a number of samples at almost One-half Price! $C.50 Petticoats now: 1 $4.50 Petticoats now 1 $4.98 Petticoats now 1 $3.50 Petticoats now i $2.50 Petticoats now f J'gi $1.50 Petticoats now 9I.Z9 Women's Combination Suits. Corset CoTcr and Drawers or Corset Cover and Skirt Women's Combination Corset Cover and Drawers— were $1.50; now 75t Women's Combination Corset Cover and Drawers— t were $1.25; now 98<J Women's Comhination Corset Cover and Drawers— were $1.75; now 91.35 W omen's Corset Covers. . At Greatly Kedcced Prices—Ttke Notice'. S.'i fancy Corset Coverc, were 25c, now 19^ !)6 Kaniy Corset Covers, were 50c. now 48 Fancy Corset Covers^ were 9Sc, now 7ott 36 Fancy Corset Covers, were $1.75, now 91.25 WOMEN'S DRAWERS AT BIG REDUCTIONS Women's Bf>od quality Drawers, were ;r.c. now , 19^ Women's good quality Drawers, nicely trimmed, were 50e, now..38^ Women's food quality Drawers, nicely trimmed, were l»8c, •ow..754> January Sale of Women's and Misses' Suits. 15 Suits were $15.00; now $7^0 25 Suits were $20.00; now.. .$10.00 32 Suits were $25.00; now.. .$12.50 18 Suits were $35.00; now.. .$17.50 January Sale Tailored Waists The celebrated "Excelsior" Brands, for which we are sole agents in lola, mil be .sold as follows: $1.25 Tailored Waists, now... .98c $1.50 Tailored Waists, now. .$1.33 $1.75 Tailored Waists, now. .$1.48 $2.25 Tailored Waists, now. .$1.75 $2.50 Tailored Waists, now. .$1.98 January Clearing Sale Women's Coats, Skirts and Dresses 14 Reversible Coats, values up to $25.00; choice $8.50 19 Black Broadcloth Coats, were $7.50; now $5.00 25 Black Broadcloth and Serge Coats, were $30; now... .^$15.00 SKIRTS 37 Noveltv Mixtures, also gi-ey black and blue, were $6.50, $7.50, $7.98; now $4.50 Dresses up to $18.50, choice.. .$7.98 All Furs marked down to Yo Price! Closing Out Our Stock of Portieres, Couch and Table Covers We need the room—we must have it—therefore the prices are the very lowest ever sold on this class of merchandise. You can buy them singly or in pairs. , 100 Portiers at 98c each Originally priced $4.50 to $6.50 a pair. (These curtains will keep^the cold out.) / 15 Couch Covers were 6 Table Covers, were 5 Table Covers were

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