Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on September 14, 1908 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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-.forllSie'thieves, however, li^ being; Jkept'up br the officers. I ' ' :L--. j llTJie Looters From lolaT It Is poeslWe that the looters camr • '::iiT>nij,or passed through lola.' Z. G. >' |r!.TOdo,Tirho Ifves on the lola road, east f«i^;d«Han>e, says that he hard ah un, ^nsnalllnolse shortly after midnight He i^l^.igot im aod looked out and saw a team' nidf'Wagon pass hr- Thb wagon' had | 'dr^ (f seats, Mr. Walt says, and' h 'the darkhen he believes that lie lUlitlnguiBhed the forms of three or'ljjuir men. They were-driving: at n - , pace and going toward La! '^cfi^vpral residents of LaHarpe say ,1 d .tJsat they heard the sound jof a team >*Kl bein I [driven rapidly out of town w- I i ly iFthe morning, but none of tiMm f. aroa e ! to Investigate. I |i Police Have No Clue. 'J^ (Present neither the offlceni at i Oas, :LaRarpe or Tola have any iplnc I "Upoi which to work .but they ore foi- lowiig the.case with as much ipro- tn^sk as the nieagre cl «^B will per' alt. ^ ' ' After Burplars Now. It Was" said on the plrcots of 1 A- Ban lej;today that in the future the liero itfation of such a scries of burs- lairies jwould be made much more dif- I flculL 1 "Weepons" will be more plen- 'U^n ^nd those who sleep in stores iuolia otRces will, it is said, make prep- ajat oils td receive the night maraud- etjWlth buckshot. Wliere possible n -m:oK strict vigilance will l)0 maintained ai>d an alarm system has nron EUSBested. ii Wortc of CItBver Amateurs. . It believed that the robberies were tlr» work of. clever amateurs. No iittpmpt was ,madc;to enter the baiiK I or postolBee "where large amoiinte «re more likely to be kept and lnjnone~^of the stores was an at- teinpjt made to blow a safe. Thi.s sort of work was evidently beyond the ca'librej ofj the looters. Sheriff C. O. Bollinger said loday that he had received word that the llAlBsqnri Pacific depot at Moran had ; 1beenje{ntered Sunday morning. En;• ttance jwas effected from a window ; ranch the same as in the robberies at ; jLaBa'pe. No money, so the sheriff Kasjufbrmed. was taken. A citizen of . Mbpai^ yho was In the city today said I he .had heard nothing of the robbery ; theteJ TAGS MADE $194. Orphan^ Home Board Members lie'; ' jjtlfcfn; O TM : the »a.r's Work. 1 I [Ladles of the board of directors of J the Oiji^ans' home are rejoicing lie- i : dause bl^ the amount of money wbirh ;. I d^yf' netted. The treasury today Lcpntalifsi %\9i and the lad;les desire j tcf extend their sincere tharigs to Sup- i e^Qten^^t Massengaie of the Elec- I trie ralliioad. the young ladles and ' all,jihoi.aissIsted them ou Saturday-, l>(eat Sstat« Traniifer. ias .3M. Funk has transternNl toll, •rjlot 13. hlock 7 Sn Bpnuoirs «(ldttlb4. {for a consldoratjlon of $S00. ,PRI)SPECTS $00D Fwr'for the K. S. Mike JIIIIfT Say?, *'lt takes time lo malte big deals and I think the promoters for tlio Kansas Southern Electric Ilailway i company are doing exceptionally well." ! said Mike,&Uller of Petrolia to a Regi istir reporter this morning. ; : '*f. just completed a Jll'O.OOO deal I when-the Longton oil refinery was ' ifiol^, which took six months. That was i small compared to a $3,000,000 proposition thatj Mr. CroXich and the Kansas 1 Southera people are vrorxing. The lola people shopld not feel nervous if there . :l8 a 4 ^1ajr because such deals work i i^ow,";continued Mr. Miller.' •i These words of Mr. Miller corobor: «te those t^f Mr. Crouch, president, and "W. I^.Bartles, secretary of-the Kan!,pas Southern company, who have stat- i ed a]l alpiig that it took timevto pull ! oS Bucil deals as financing a street rail • way auh asithe Kansas Southern will be. ,• !• 1' ! 1 '(First Published September 10, litOS.) i ; SHEHIFF'S SALE. The State of Kansas. Alien Coiin'.y. as. In thellMstricl Court, Thirty-Seventh Judicial District, Sitting in and ior i ^Iea Cjounty, State of Kansas. 1 The Northrup National Bank,.a coi> poration, Plaintiff, vs. Geo. J. Jleans and Anna L. Means. Defendants. •'• By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by .the Clerk of the Thlrty-Seventn Jndldal District Court, in and for W- lea^ County.. State of Kansas, in ti)o ai)or9 entltledj: cause, and to ,mc directed and delivered. I will ou October 12tli, A. .D:;. 1908. at 10 o'clock a. m. ol aUd ^4>^', "at the souib door lot the Qon ^t hopse in the City of lola;.. Allen Coanty. State of Kansas, offer fiir sale •ndlsell to (1^ highest bidder, for cash la handitthe following descrlbeft real e8tai«. loiwit: Lot No. Five (5),Hlock ^ JTiROtXS). In Brooklyn Park Addition |to The City of lola, Allen County. jRJknBas, according to the recorded ^UtlthereotL Said lauds and teueiuents , .mil tbe sold without apprWsemewt to ^vJ^adaCy said Order of Sale. ' T V ' C. O. BOLLINGER.' j jiSberiff of Allen County. Kansas. |!' -^-^ ^ BpATRIGHT, Under Sheriff. ''1 , W3^ BE HEBE SEPTEljIBEK SdTH luXihBHB0al ««<a |i in LOni; Distance ^•'•\< -(ipAitA Rm Cluuiee {Dates. Ban Ckaage spates. ot.the Pennsylvania ho- Iword today that the con- Jons dlatamce. run for ;8tsi^ cap .would be '" " " toBtead of the jpBbed.f This oTi^ab-'aad the tlie re- ML:'-' MEW YORK STORE dise. It's the new prices makes this store the hea Full of Money-Saving Opportunities Reasons abundant why you should spend your money here, it's tlie new fashion iiinivwi. ....... ..««idq»«...«.» .w. ^^j^.^, , appointed. Rousing, ten^pting bargains in every deipartrhent. Icinks" that's maknng the public hungry for our merchan- ^hat are forcing upon us an early fall trade, it's the way We do things—the magnitude of our fiiiying—our selilng—that quarters I or all wise buyers, who depend on our ability to guage in advance the trend of popular taste and are never dis- Handsome Tailored Suits Made of plaip and fancy tolored novttlty suit­ ings, in the! long empire style French cutaway or pointed front and back styles,!smartly tailored and handsomely trimmed. SSkirts are the latest models for fall and trimmed to matcliji Coats. Prices— SI5.00.SI8.00.S20.00> $30.00. S35.00 S22.50. S25.00 S40.00 New Fkn Skirts In endless variet}-, . high art tailored effects, modified Dircctoire eiTects, gored and clinging sheath models.. In plain atid fancy worsteds. Prices range from $3.98 to $20.00 New Net Waists la white, ecru and black, made over a silk body lining; lace yoke in front and back. Has j the new Gibson collar, aud long mousqtietaire 'sleeves. Prices range S2.98, $3,98. U.98. t5.98 NEW FALL MILLINERY Fall Ilats arc now in J and more lo comt-. Attractive and correct shapes, made and trimmed as only experts ku6w how, and at prices that positivaly cannot be duplicated [elsowhere A great variety olf Misses* and Children's School Hats arc now ready for your inspection. The New Dress Goods Make Their Debut. • ii These are "comming out" dajys for the new Autumn weaves and they are receiving a most cordial reception. It's, a long step forward we've taken tljis season in the gathering of Dress Goods, it's a peerless jicxhibition. covering the widest scope, as some of the choicest fabrics come only Ini limited quantities, an "arly selectionl is advisable. 3<> inch faucv v'ool Suitiun~s, suitable fur JQ A I suits and skirts, special for ihi:|weck, yard. ;.. .Tub A S inch extra line Serges atid Batiste.*;, any shade you may want. \\\ cxceplionaji line line, per yard. ; |; 3Uu 44 inch Wool TatTcias—"iWiy MilU"—a beautiful soft material for dresses ailld waists, ip all 7 Q A shades, special this week, perj'ard IVU 44 inch new fanc}' stripe Suitings, in brown, blue, red and green. You must see it to appreciate QQ A it. Per yard r * - VUU A great variety of new stripe suitings, 44 inches wide,in navy, brown, greea, Loudon smoke. and garnet. Special for this week, per 01 fin yard OIlUU 52 inch Herringbone otripe Suitings, in navy, brown, green and Loudon snioke^ special for ^1 QC this week, per yard L OllZv 52 inch fancy stripe Broadc for a swell tailored suit, in all th^, new fall shades, per 3'ard pihs, the very thing and $h50 A full line of fine Broadcloths for street ^Q' CH evening wear. From *.)^c yard to. OOluU New Silks—A Most Inviting Display While the occosion 1$ primarily one for seeing the advance ideas for antumn. jytt you should not overlook the special prices which we have made to incite immediate purchase. More especially io we call attention to the soft new satin materials—the plait and fancy messalines, satin liberty, satin duchesse, in both sjrect and evening shades. !',» inch Sitiii Messalines, in all the new 7|*n shades, spc<:ial for Ihij week, yard. . | Ju l'.> inch faucy Talicta Silks, suitable ifor MOn I suits aud waist.<. jpeci il for this week, y;|rd TU U inch faucy Me; salines, iu all the new QCll fall shades, spccid for this week, yard.. .1 UuU 27 inch Satin Duihe.sse in brown, nav^-, 01 jQC green, red. t^pecial for this week, yard vIlZv •M\ inch black Tafleta Silk, regular f l.OO nQp value, t-pecial for this Meek, yard .Oull 36 inch black TaffetL regular $1.25 QJl* qualiti*, sp«cial for thi;; week, j^ard UUu ?S inch black Satin Duchesse, for Skirts, j QC waists and costumes. iSp*<cial per yard ^iiZu Sfi inch Mack Peau de Sole, regular $1.75 c|uality, special, per yard $1.39 A Firs^C!ass Spjoi^gins and Shrinking Machine . At your .service. Bring in your dress goods and have it properly sponged aud ^Iirunk. Big Special Sale AH This Week Ginghams, Shirtings. Outings, fancy Flannelette*, Muslim. Sheetings and Calicoes. Lay iiTa supply and do your sewing now. Fancy dark aud light Outings, special for ' C A this week, per yard. Pl.iin while Ontincr, special for this week, per yard Jll Plain and fancvt.>uungs, special price, 7 I t\m per yard. .... I rZ|| Fancy and plain Outings, 100 new patterns IA to select from, per y?ird III A great v.irlety of fleeced Outings in dark and, light colors, suitable lor kimona!;', wrappers and \ dressing saqne.=, at lOc, 12 l=2c, 15c. I8C ; i never Our stock of black \Oilee and Woolens has^ been so complete. A !i >ok through our stock will convince you that we carry the best Hue of black woolens in this section of the country, from the cheapest to the very best. BRYAN IN MARVLANDv Spoke to a Crowd on Campus of St. Johns. Annapolis. Alii.. Sept. 14.—Accompanied by a liirge nnmhor of lucni- luTS of tlie Domocratic state ci-nlral conimittee of Maryland. W. J. Bryan arrived here this aftcrnoou and spoko to a liic crowd on the cjjuipus of St. John's College. THE VEEMONT ELECTION. ! S«iult oi Victory Indicates Undl- minish^id Hajorltie* tot B«publi- cam in'; KoYeml>«r. I Raymond, the Woahlnston corre- fpoodent of the Chieago Tribune, who Is regarded as one livlUiral writ«?rs In |>f the most reliable (hP nwntry. n^ards Gym Class to Moet. The young Men's Gym class will liold Its regular meeting in "the Y. -M. C. A. tonijilit. A rnrinv Inie^itmenf. , Mr. .Tohn White, of Sx Hi^Mand Ave.. Hoiilton. .Maine. .<a>s: "ijave ijt'en trolbled with a rough every winter aud spring. Last winter f tried niany advertised remedies, but the cjough continued until I bought a .">0c liottlc en Dr. King's' New Discovery; before that was half gone, tlie cough vjas all j gone. This winter the same happy results has followed: a few d!oses oiice more banished the annual cpugh. |l am now convinced that Dr. King's New Discovery is the i>est of all cough and lung remedies." Sold under ^arantee at all drug stores. 5^c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. , .For the best and qaJekest 'lresnltB 'it^ tke ^egictec'^ Want Colntapi. til" result of ilie >ennont election «s prejiaging aUsolnte Victory for Mr. Tafi. Ill n reeenf si)e<'lal dist^ateh to the Tribune Kayinoud said: "Practically si»'aking. the r.\*«lt of Tuesday's «Iw-tion is more favornKe to !''e RepuUlioaiis Uu»n they had any r..tht to exijpct. becaus»» tbt-re has been ut ftetemiin|d campaign for the puriKise of yiiking \\ gool showing iu Veriuoiit and few of 1 the big gtms of the party have been jut on the stump there this ye;ir. j 'There is of course, a slight falling olT iu the vtile ofj both Kei>ublifiins and Diuiotrats, ta compared "ftb four years ago. I jt this was entirely to be expected, be -ause at that time Kw.se- '•eli was tht nominee or#his party for rresident, aiid the result In Vermont In that year wks merely a • forerunner of the treiuei-dpus landslide which took place ai; ori|t the country. "As It is, ^plurality of over 29.000 at ytaterdayis Section Is taken to be an iHdreationj^ that: while the camsalSB tiil.s year is not tiTbe a s'-nsatioiial on<». the flection of Mr. Taft is fofeshadoMcil by H fcafe m.ijorlty. "If Venmmt ran l>e taken as an index of the conditioH of p»i(>lii- opinl-m throughout the country. It ni'-ans ih»t In the Xovember p|p<tion. whatev-r strength th»' <ndfi>end<'iii'f l>'HgiiT> <I'- x-elin>s iu the other Slates will cini" aImosfe.\rliisive!y from Uryan and ilot from Taft. . "'I 'he Vermont Democrats, while few In numt>er. are extremely rockrlbl«e<l in their Sfutiments. They ninko a t>"int of going to tlH» imlls year after yenr an-l carry on a lx>peless fight merely be- j cause they want to set a gixMj example to the Demix -rats in other Stait-s. In ISH ; they re;»udl«te«l Bryan and lb" fn-e. silver heresy, and they did It Iarc»4y' by staying at home on election liay. The result was a iilurality of a tltrJe over 40.000 for .McKiiiley. which ha« l>een a record In Vermont elwtlons. In the State elections of l '.)<x> and IWW the Democratic vote was practically iStatlonary." It is "Sheriff Erwin. [ It is "Sherifr" E. G. Erwln this af- jtemoon. jMr. Bollinger went to Cof- ifcyvUle pii uualuesB and .Mr. Boatrignt is nl tae ^ountry, compelling' the she iff'to secure someone to look after th ; pflice in,their absence, Ur. I!rwl|i 9ras gelec^d- . . Get Wise To the fact that it is the Conrtant Adverli-^er who occupies a front seat on the van of progress nowadays. True, the man who does not adver- nisaiapcc long, doin^' a fair biLsiucs.--; but com}>are the few that enter his establishpienl with the thrones that visit tnH store of hi.s neighbor who spends huudreds of dollars a ye^r in ^advertis'ing. A good ad. in a good medium will do more talking ftjr your business thau the sign over your door. For be:>t and qtickest results— TifK K KGISTF.R, of course. It has the largest circulation ol any niedit^m in Allen Coiinty, «nd more people r«ad its Want and Dts^play Advertising thiain that in all the other papers of the connty combined. TTelephotije IS. a eoirttious eolicitor will call for your ads.

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