Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 5, 1908 · Page 3
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DOLLEY SAYS 0. K. Trip Across State 5hows That Kansans are Enthusiastic About Taft. MOtiok Y J^MD TUESDk Y Every day during this Autumn season we expect to do special price making on some merchandise here and there throughout the store. No matter what day you go shopping you'll be sure to find a bargain awaiting you here. We shall leave no [doubt in the mind of any discriminating customer that this is lola's one best place to trade. / Two Thousand Dollars Worth of Ladies*, Misses and Children's Coats. Special for Saturday, Monday and Tuesday I ^lllllllllil't iiiiuuiiic iiii> slim- ndiilii (ii'l'cr siiili u Iiandsuiiif ifiH- «U' C<ials at tit*- »«r« Jliri'vlmld of llu' s«>a«^oii at >o a |i 'rici'. said <mr I 'lrrks as w«- wtri- iilaiiiiiiii: llif«i <.nal ('l<iak Snli-. Biil lure, yiiii l<iiii(\, v\vr\ sating N slinri-tl nllli our (•ii.<<t(iiii. er>. 'Mir disHiuJinii«"*s <»f iiiodfls nill uiiiicnl to \»M iiistaiill}. KtiT} ath 'iliUtf of lai 'ilt Is liioor- IKirali'il ill tilt -Ill. M 'liii -litti-d (ioats In f4 «-r.r iicn stylt- iiow rolluis, iii-n sli-cvcs, plain (uilori-d and fuiic -y !<utlii and hraid triniiucd iiiVcts. 7 "viiit tiiJiiiiifil in i.jfity siik uiaid viiiu tiik vrlv.T SiMchil for Ihi-; sale $ii.fM> Jl'M"! l.;ul:i-:/ I'o.il;;. stiii-t^i I IHW ci.lialh'S^, (ilir nl U ;i I L.IIII I M.IIII t cuals \vt- li:'Vt' «-v«r riu.wii lor Jlniio. Sj... Ll 1..! Ilih; sail- $7..'»0 11" l.ailit^' I'l.at-, liaiiii-i)iii»-Iy liiahliil with twii kiuil'' I'l liraiil. 'i'k v.iVii ami lninnii.s. K<.r llils ••^•^ <'"I> l.ail;<v>" l"i:i>' limadiailli Cifatp. i-.w'in Irii:i:i:i'(!. in:'!).- witii |,if!ty I'liiiiit'-' suN'. lia;i(J-i.iiiPly i.r.iiiii-il til • II ill V 1,1 « il.sli;ii> V.iu v.iii i-ali Uiis >(ivati fur $:"",M, S],,.c ial U.: ihis ^alo S»I-.i>0 'lliis iiiiiic liiii' l-.(i'M) stock, all i'<« In Uii.-; f;rciU sjii 1 ia Isan- li'r M day-. We ailviM- vm; lu (i.iiiic i-aily liii at :(it-<'ial i.rii i-s ility ui!! lait l.i- wiih ii-i li.iiH a- '.v.- M-.- iln- iii-si sf.l.-: alwa;.: M.J Ih.-.i. l!i-ar Skill I'oat: lor <:lii:ilr.-ii at all |ii i< is. MIH.INERY V '.\fi.r lia^f ni- -.Iiowii so inanj liaadoonic Ua;.. »:»•««•.- lias our miJJiin;' ir.ot with 'o iiiuili faior. Uelcomi- saUii;;s. iii|ili<'d, ri '-'l't :•: the licirlniilni; of t;:( stisMiii. ViiMir Hal >t}I«~ irraiidcr than «M«T. ' i chU' H.'id ii|i t" tin- Utinuti' nUh si}U: *»..')«. #MM». Jt.'j.iMJ an da|> li> #IT..'.!i »ou «ull tind artistir liafs to !i 1 • • ' suit aii« imrsf and |i«Hir slUis lu- an- told than joa v.il! find iu laii-cr <ilifs. sinipli hrfansr ««• lia»e haiKllid thh liiH- tor i*.', j«;tr<: |ia»c irrojvu rii'lif up in lliis li«»|ins« and I >MO»I tiie rorrert tliliiij ihv maiorltj <il ti:c pcoidr Haul. Wv want j"n to roini- s!ni lincer a-lonir as jou liti-: jou surelj an- ni-lcunit*. fall Dress Goods For Three i Days EuTT tliliift tiiat's styttsh fu Urens (•'ouds. Silks and Satins will III' found liiTf In this nevtrst and most a|i- to-dulc Dress (iuodn slur*-. Morr di^ss ituods tbaii we iintc rtt-r .•liiuwu licfurr all fo in itrfat pny day .sale. Sen Fall SuitiuKH In pretty ww rlietrou. zl|r-za(r. bcrriuKlione and liliadow strlpis, with self colored rordrd effert.s, all pure wool and cbeaii at (!•'> and 7^ rents, iu a fall asNortnieut of new shades, rhose from this matrhle «<i rollerliou of newest fall faliries .at yard iWk* SjiliMidid II values charniinj? fall noyeliies in a full r:!!i>;<' of all the nuw and niosl wantfd colors for fall vifur. vaid !jtl.(N) l'i;;»- l!ii|ii.rti'd Wfiol Hack Voile 4:J incJiPS wide, rich jet blaiic. fine eveuly woven mesh. Tim chrispy Iciud. Ste this and note that all we. ai'lt is. yd i|(l.(N) Autuuiii Sillis and Satius a brilliant showini;. You expected this greatest of £ilk stores to show the iari-'e.-t varieties i.f new fall silk's first: well ymi will Hot hf (li.-:a|i|)oiuted. Come for this sale and view iheiii at your Ifijure. r.tiil Tails of Blankets from J.lc Staple Department S-';.le:iilid 1- I. Muslin, yard wide lleavv lii< (junlity .' .•>e UvM iSi.rded I'rinls liC S .Xproii Check (Wnshain .•>(» Heavy C.,!.!!! Toweiins ."iC New i!f It.-;. IJass. Cellars. Handkerchief.-! artd .lew- <lry Novelties just received from New York. See tlii=- siiletidid linj; all so mpderately iiriced. .'loyal UV.rrestor Corsets. lie.<t in the land. Itlack Cat Hosiery guaranteed to wear. Pirtf-rial Heview PaJtern.s- ieconiwiended abiAe al'. others, A.-k your dress maker about them. 113 P^st riadison RICHARDSON'S 113 East Madison NEWS OF U HARPE IK(;H S( IIOOI. I OUT HAJ.I. TJ;.VM IS i'K.\(Tiri>t; HKjai .\Hi.v. TO PLAY CHANUTE FRIDAY AUI» BREW AN VKSIKHDAV I'lK H £11 i:00il ltAl.1. u\y\V. I'OH IOI..\. I .U llui|ie I'uot Hull ThMirv \S\\\ .loin ! I«ila and (ois in Oi'ui|niz- iuu a Team- I'lrsonaiv. lirennan ritehid. .\d.) Hi.liiia;. oili li.'d Uie Oiu' \\":iys 1.! Iiila In \ii-iiu\ i" :: M-.iiTilay aliiiiitioii Willi tin- lliiiiiln.ldt ' Hills 'llu- H< .1 • ^'.Ki < . .1. il III |.i<kili:'. iMit li.-iii >ali- ..:n-; ''11 1 It•iilian's djllvit> Willi- tloilliii VVav - •••iliiii'i'l.'d |^afl •l.^ with l.ii.lU.ia s li.llilils tell time: 'l in- liilal •-•<•'•.• na- K'. In 1 A iiuiul..': Imiii hell' allt ".ii- 1 til.- i;;.iii< The iliilil W- llu- hou of -Mr. and .Mi 'ceoil'e .McKiail, f<iriin-jiy o! lliis iil>.' Kiir Miss Ciirrj-. .\ .':iir)jri.-e (larty was Miveii H.iltir- ilav 1 VI tiitii; tir .Mis.--, .Marie I 'Mir; ja In. .I 'll- i.l he; Ittan t-«ai;: h::ili'!;:\. .\ iniliilii-r of her fiiend.-i KJ 'heu-.l al r-e: lioliie. Tile eVeiiihi; wa.s ill •.\i;!i llllisir and j;;illies. Itefieslliijenl:; were si -iVe.l. . lie. .Mjers Married. Hi 11. T. .\ty.-rs i.l ihli • ity wa-^ liiaiiied iij Kaii.-'a.-'la-t ^'atiirda.x lo .Mi^s Cooper, ot lula tU lUHKIt UEt (HtllS. Til'- hlle t s. :.r ;i..li- ut Up -tn-dale Kei'l 'lJ.-' j 'lsi I'll I. d. Call ami hear I hem. Waters \ liaiifiirlh Drugs and .le\v,';iy. CUBS BEAT PIRATES Hut York lias Chance With t hlcaiio. to Tie Slandini; of the Tennis. i NATIIJNAI. l.KAIICI-: VV. I.. NEWS OF GAS CIH IJOAHJI UF LOrrATlO .N MILLMKKT TIKSHAV IN -KKfaLAK SFSSIOS. Cliii-at >i .... I'li:shi rn .. New York . I'hilad^jlpliia Ciii'.-iii^laii .. , HosiOli' {t'.iookiyii . . . S I l.oul^ . .. USTKOI'ATIIV UK. \\ .11. AI.Iiltn;ilT. IliiilKtered Osti 'Opallilc IMiv.-lclan. State Hank itIdK. I'lioiie 1 ir.. Only Osieiiiiaih Iu F^i II ;irpH. To H I- hnown as "Iriplet.s." .\ tool hall leail) <->M.)iHi .<ed of i.;i Haija-, Car, lit;, and l<'!a iilay <>r.s uill he oi .Kaiil/.i 'i ill tile Ileal Inline. The teiiUi •.vil: 1)1- kiio« ti a.s the liiiiiels " I'lactlcine nail). Till' nil mill Is of the lii^li .s .lioi.l ii,ot! I.all leaiii are v.i rkiaj; uiil eacii day ' prepariii;; I \.r llu- I '.aiiie iieM i-':id.i> \ afteiiiii .iii u'ilii I 'liaiiiile. This f.aiiu-; will he 111.- Jir .si of ilie .-.rasoii. T:ie •oial team i.s la-iiii; put into cmidiiioil as fa.sl ;is possil/le. (iraiidsuu Is Dead. .\|r. Jackson of this city received word yesterday,anuouuciiig the death 1 I I 'ersonals. ileiolte Dniiald aiid Cnn.i .lone lelt vesteidiiy fur Kali--as Cii> where Ihev will atliiid tlie i'l iesi of I'all.f. •aninal. .\!is .Alia W IMM I \va.- in (luiiell >e^- !>'lda> Ihe r.iiest of lelalives. -M IS l-.'d Djiifnrlli 1 el 11) tied Stil 111- dav ti'ini a visit in l.aiiiar. .Mn. .Ml ai.d \iis. W. .1. Walei^ who v,,ie uith .Mrs ri.illl^'llh. stopp.d vWliie en rniile home at I i.iotitowii ti.i a visit with ttiellds. .1 v.. hint hack leliiMied Saiiirdav eVei .iiiK ftiitil a liusiliess trip fhl'oUKh 11"! rliorii .\i'!ira.-ka. Italidi .Maxim caiiie in i-Mda.\ e\eii' iiiK fnim llalduiii. K .i.^.. uheie he is aMeiidhm Haider l'iilversil>. He wii: ri 'tiiiii .Moiiilay. Dr. H, T. Mvers is in Kansas City this week oil his uediting liip. C -Ke It. llaiiiia came in yesterday f 11.Ill t?lie!don. .Mn . win le he has been nil a business visit Inr tlie pa.-;t spv- eia! day.*. .lames (.). .^Keiley of 'Wicliiia. was lieie Saturday 011 a short biisiiie-i.s tiiji. T I-V I'litler left \esterday fur U.ir- tiesvjllp. Okla.. where he has a pnsl- 1:1:1 in the smelter. He will make Iliat city his Imliie- It. S. Kanirtoii. if Atchison, Kas.. was here Saturday Ion a slmrt business visit. • &f their iiUle grandson 'in Arizona.'' Register Want Ada bring result*. i :is :is ii .i 1" M :,s lo.'' I'M. .i:ii .i!;!i; .o:<:t .i.l tlT .::i7 1;:; r.i: ;i.i I'c .'iS'.l .*..s" ISil I.-.(I 4.'J A.MKHICAN i.KAC.I K \V I. I let: ml : N !i I iii-vlaliil >S riiieatM ST S: l.njii'- s:: li»:l.ll T-J i -lii .adi^iplila i;7 Wasliil'istnii i;j ^jDil; r .ii i;isn)t> Yistcrdu). N \ riUV.M. I.KAi.l 1; • hii-lie .i^..'.. !'iti:liiiie I 'liu- luiali Si. l.oiils I I \Mi-:itic\N i.i.Ai;ii:. ("li:< aiiii :;. Ii.n..ii 1. .-'.1. Ibi.iiis :;. Clev.-laiid :; 111 iiiniiii'> daikui-ssi. ; \Mure Thej" I'laj Todat. j A.MfMtifAN i.i;A<;ci: li.-tioli al Ciiicar.i Cie\i.-laiid al: Si LoiJi.-. I'liillidelphlaitil Washiimltui tlie .ij. 1 :111 f .iiwaid .liid teizeil her ti'tit-^ hut w. :•• iiiii .-a .'.f. lo I1 ..M .|.-r. Tin- •I 'ill I .f \ti.- roll. -IS l .uil;.- • ll." >;irl f.-lt h. !^••lf falliiii; aii .l sif sci .aii .e.l uildly. liowaid Yoiini'. a I 'lf .-il ailil.-ie and i -xpe-t swimnu-r. who •.va:. on III'- ph-r. liiveil nveriioaid fully di>:.!;<d ami i.aeloil tin- drowuiiii; i;iil just as she wa.s beiiiK swept iii>-j der (he pie. by ih. uav.s that iiad! MUCH BUSINESS TO CONSIDER fas.cinaii'd i ei. VniiiiL- swam stead ily 10 clear wa;.!. \(ii.i.- he held his; • hatue abov- v.aler uiilil the arihaljITTV CorNCIL >VII.L ll(»LD SE .MI- of Caplaiii I) 1;. Siuiili. and l"a |.i .-iiii ./ellrie.-. wlKi had p'lF out from il.. beach ill ti iif.linal Tin- rirl was tal-.-n to 111.- eii\ liii -piitil. «li.- .- ;dn .siii .iDM ill c' ai.i'. 1.. li.-ve .sh«- win ii r .i* er. . I I MUNTIII.V SKSSION SVTIKIIAV. he received three years a.to while work ill); on a drilliuK ri .K. Choral (lull Me«-ls Tuesdat. The (Tioril club will lioid their reKl- u'ar meeting and rehearsal iu the hig^i school Ijiiildiu.t; Tuesday eveuin;.;. — Slirn iialutlni;. Fred U.iwden. phone IIL'V. jSiuial (ins (it} l'eo|ile liaie Manl- { fesled' Their Intentions to Atteud , the Kose Hud 0|>enln)c> N. ,1' V.irk al Ifiisloii. NATIONAL I .KAMK. , ItusBon at .\ew V..rk I'.ii ;ikl\ n at : I'hiladelpl'ia. Ifeiiiniiiinif (.'iiiiics lo lie I'hijcd. !' A.MKi{|cAN I.I-;AI;II: |)..;ini: a! Chirauo :; >;.iiiies Ci .-M laiid a' VVasliiiiulnii. :'. ualiie; I'liiliideli.iiia al Wasliliis-'ron. 1'. ,.\i-U| ^'..rk a; Ito.stoii. - sallies. I'liiliideiphia at Ho.stoii. .", );aiiie.-? .Ve\>. Vork at Wa'^liiiiutoii. :; n.inie-. . NATIOXAI, I.KAI.I 1: I'.i.st.'ii al New Vnik. canie.v Hr .HJki .vn .11 »'hiladel|diia uaiii-'s HYPNOTIZED BY THE WAVES. Young" Woman Failr From Pier. Buf Ii Athletes Save Her. Watroue Has Company. 17. .S. Ciijn, of l.ill'e Kock. Ark . rev- enu'- ai '.-iii. is iraM-liiic (Tils iiionili wllh .1. K. W.lMoiis. D.pilty liii.'riial rev. niie colli'cior. workinc, logeOn-r Hoard .M«ets Tonlffltl. .-Ml he liieelinK ol the board of edu- . an. Ill wiiieli will be lield tonight then- will be Several matters of inland the two a-e ' p<'rtance I" be considere.I 1 he first a business visitor Saturday. Thev went to Hill-:'""'"'''* teachers" salaries will be al- I'rsouals. .Mr. and .Mrs. 1. A. Hunter relurnetl 10 Chaniile Ihis inornins after spemi- In.j; yesterday here as tlie gue.-)ls of .Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hunter. .Mr. and .Mrs. W. I), .lordon hhv<- rei- turned from Klsinore. .MisH Orace .Mitchell returned to .\t<>- ran yesterday after a sliort visit hert' '.with relatives. I John Griffllh of Jbnlinstnn. wan jliere .\esteiday. Harry .\aih who has lieeu very iil with tyi>holil fe\er for tlie past sevj- eral days is reported as beiiiK no better I'. W Krevert was In Hlsmore Sat urday. • *; (if' \V. J. hiKnlls of near tironsiui wate pot ia can. Thurs'day.-- Mm liii>.'ioi: it .-piil.li-j '""••d- Atl.iiiiic CilV. Oct. H.\ pilot 17. d hy tlijil' mammoth rollers iiliiiiRin-.: aiong I iind.'i • Youns's millioii-'lol'ar pier. |(Iiss .Mary Hell, a' ^oiini; visitor from Maryland, leaned over the ed.ce of th«j/pier to follow their course and (opplep into t le sea. Friends in the parly Lho «aw the jlrl swaylnK as tho lure It the leaves drew her toward OLD GOLDEN COFFEE Smooth, rich, fragrant — a happy surprise for coffee lovers. A skilled and scientific blending of "Old Coffees, with a pleasing individuality. OLD GOLDEN is not sold in bulk, but always comes to you in air- and moisture-proof packages—your protection. Askyour grocer; SScPottrnd TOaC MtOS.. D M M O I M*. kwa. CoHucil .Meets Tuesday Mirht. .•\s la I as is known there is not miii-li to be coiisideied at Ihe lueeting: of the iii\ ci.uncil Wednesday iiiKhl lliiwtver. every nieinbj^r is leijuested I .l he p'e.-ieni. (First Published October l»oS ) SHERIFF'S SALE. The State of Kansas. Allen Courti}*, ss. Ill the District Court. Thirtvj- Se^euih Judicial Ui.slrict. sittinK to au.l fi'. Allen count.v. State of Kan^ait .Midland Saving «^ 1 .4 >au Comp^llv, et al. Plaintiff?, vs. Oliver Steinnian. et a!., liefendaiits. My virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of the Thirty-seventh Judicial lH.-.trict Court, in and for Mill AU«nd (Ipenluir. .'Several (Jas City (leople have manifested their inienliiiin of reuisteriuK in t'le ftose Mud land openinK at ilallas. JACen Cnu.iiy. State of Kansas, in the S..u;h Dakota. K. T. Wilson and .Nich above entitled cause, and o me direct- Kohl will leave this eveniuK for Dai- led and delivered, i will on the Sevt>nth l.is I'ruin there they »vij; look over;day of November, A. I). 1*68. at Hi the land and sattslied with the i o'clock A. M. of said day at- the south c.iiiiitry will register. jdoor of the court house.in the City : i of tola. -Mien County. State of Kansa.s. • Was Hall} Day. Yesterday beinK rally day at the fnited Presbyterian church, the offer for sale and sell to the hiKhest bidder, for cash iu hand, the following described real estate, to-wit: I.«>t church was well filled. Special liiusic ; Three i.;i in I '.lock One Hundred atid was furnished in.ilhe evening (luartet from the Choral cliih. by the'Eleven 1111^ City of lola. AV.ea Ciiun- jty. Kansas. Said lands and tenementB i will be mAd without uppraisenient to Is jMter. [satisfy said Order of Sale. Frank Fraze wi»o underwent an op-{ C. O. BOLLl.N'OKIt, enithiu at the St.j John's hospital Sal- Sheriff of Allen County, Kansasj. unlav morning is said to he dntnK as well as cuu'd be t^xpected. ; The operation waathe result of an injury wUch My J. H. KRKK. Deputy SherllT. Sheriff 's ofllce, lola, Kansas, Octoj- l»er 3. 1S08. , 10-5-12-17-19-26' Topeka. Oct. 5,—Chairman DoUey of the! Republican state connnlttee today made public a messase nrhich J«dge Taft left for the people of Kansas: "Please convey to the good people of Kansa.s my sincere thanks for the great reception they gav^ me-. I sball. cherish to my ^ying day the many expressions of friendship and shall always remember with miich pleasure my trip through Kansas." In discussing the effect of the Taft visit Chairman Dolley said: 'fVimile I have always been confident that Kan- S.-IS was right on Taft, sopie of the leaders said the matter would be tested when Taft came. If be were codl- iy received there would be cattse; for alarm: if he were g^ven a warm' reception it woii'd Signify that he was sure of Kansas. Well, he came arid such a reception no man ever receiv-| ed. This has only one meaning and th.it is that Kansas is just as sure for Taft as is Pennsylvania." Thapks for Visitors. Mo.<:t of the county leaders who came in for the Topeka meeting left for their homes todi^y. "I am greatly pleased pver the large nuinbf?r of men who accepted my invitation to attend th^ meetins here." said Dolley. "and I want to t^ank theni forVoming. In this cain- paign the Republicans are all pnllins totether and it insures a l^g victory a'l along the line." Frank E. Grimes, chairman of the Republican national finance coiAmit- tcc for Kansas, tonight issued thta appeal for funds to belpjelect fatt: ••'This is the last reiqiiest I expect to make through the papers to the voters of the state, asking them to send in a contriuution or aubsciipUbn to help in defraying the expenses pt the Republican national, campaign 'in : the election of Taft and Shersun.; Kach time that I have asked tbroafeih the papers to assist in this matter, some have come to the front and^ given towards the fund. How to Make Grimes Happy.' = "It will no^ he long until this cam- paisTi will be at an end and it takes ; a great deal of money to mn the w- penses of the campaign and ead* pei~ : son must be the Judge, if he would like to contribute, and if so. I would De pleaseil if he would either give it to some man that I have appointed to collect funds or send it to me at Topeka. J <as., SI9 Kansas avenue. 'T would like to aslc the Republican pajiers of the.state to make one nnore appeal to their readers to send in somethini: to help in a cause tilSt every citizen should be interested in, which means l>etter conditions f >r the .state and nation.'" / Governor Hughes, of New York, Will be in Kansas for two days this Thursday and Friday. His big V9«Ir.: meeting will be at Wichita Thursday ni^t Board Meets Tonight. The board of education will meet in ritgular monthly session.; There will he several matters of Importance to be considered which cannot be made public until acted upon by the members of the board. Mrs. Clayton Improving^: .Mrs. Clayton under went an opera- lion this morning at St. John's-itmplt- al. She is reported this aftemooa as doing as well as could be expected.' Afrs. .\rcher was also operated on this morning. She is also doing nicei i .v. Sheriff Wants a Bed. Cnder Sheriff A. L. Boatright appeared before the commissioners this niornin.^ asking for a bed for the sher-: iffs office. He stated that when some one In the sheriff» office had to sit up- all night With a jury, a stitf-back cliair was not as suitable for repose or as conducive to pleasant dreams as it might be. He suggested that the coun ty buy a couch or mattress of some kind for the office. The commissioners will consider the request at this ession. IT MAY_8E FATAL Accident to Frank Justica More Serious Titan Reported. This .afternoon at St. John's hospiUl it was said that Frank Justice, a cement plant lalwrer, who was seriously injured while at work Sunday aper- noon. was showing no improvement and tbikt he will probably, die. < Justice was working with a force of men who operate a steam ahavel wehn. an accident happetiod.to Uie machinery and a part of thet flylajg mass fell upon Justice inJuriBf him internally. The accident h^tp^ned •at the .' plant of tbe: -Tola Portland -..and • witnessed by several fellow. ..«^ I pioyeM. p

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