Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 28, 1908 · Page 3
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1.' ,- t: .1 if to maintain its stan- CVfiRY Section of the store is ready with an authoritative ^ttdwinzif fatt styles, and evdry depMlnefnt isstreliuously stdr ^ dard in upholding the reputation of this store as beiiig tola's bestf ia^ to trade. Bxclnsivtoess/ is^oneof the featnres of many departments of the store and practical satisfactory economy is the chief feature of this h6ui#' It is time now for ypa tjotfit^lilate youf f^^^ needs;- Fair Silks and Dress Goods EXCLrSlVE NEW COLOBIXOS This cl^ni showing of Silks and Woo! Ddess Goods demonstrate anew its supremacy in the eliaraein- and completeness of lU displays of new Fall Fall- ricSf eharmlng norelty weares and eoiorlngs are shown, chosen after a critical Inspection of the newest conceptions from foremost European and JL^merl- can looms. The effective new colorings and designs in the zlg tag and herringbone stripes espeelalyy interesting and all so fairly priced at -tAc, SOc, 6ar« Snc and $1 .00 per yard. We want yon to see the he*t ralue in Black Gnaranteed Silks we liare ever shown for 85c, 91UM )'and $1 .23 per yard. Tl)is L<: iTtc le.^s than their real worth. Flain shades embrace the widest range we bate ever shown. From 50c to $1 .0(kper yard. Pall Picturesque Modes of the Hour I The great large ha<.« of ages ago-like old pictures In new frames—are Itelug re- Issued and made si ill more lieaatlful and artistic by the to^ch of modem art. .Vnd If it is a small hat yon want, you wiil find every style bTre. Tbi.t bat sbowlns for fall ISOS we hope to he found worthy of your presence and patronage. The present show Ing Inelndes the ereatest number *e have ever shown and all so fairly priced. Another Big Snipment d1 New €oats Prices tell ud ibe people teU the prices. Tliat simple line goes far towards, exptalalag the •aneroos daily Tisfton hiBt erawd this stiire. Below we aaiiaTraamevspcelfie cxampkis of raoaej MvlBg epportoAltles. - £adle^ Black foats, the best values we kave'eter sh^wn. trimmed with pret^ allk^brBid,jTelret.aad battoas. well worth $7J^0, spef fail price.. $:;.00 Ladies* Fine Kefsey elegaat hraded ^In n«w^.)MinH designs Jtithstlk. velvet and iHHtoBs with new Hieeves made faU, flnely. taHored, well worth $15.00. special $9L5» I|4iM Flae BroMelotli Coat etaics In anmu, . aavy, black, aad ganieat 4ejBl-.iif!ted and with empire back, latest style himned vdth large bat- fus . J. .$1240, $l3J)0la^ ap to $£kOO ^1 m CliHdreB's Eiderdown Coats neatly trimmed and warmly lined, special $1.50 riiiidrepi *s Bear Skin Toals, spe- ebil tSjOO, $2.4!$ and the pretty early ^ kinds, donble breasted $2.95 .Ulsse* Coals $150. $5.00. $7.50 up to $15.00 —^—' , k ' 300 Pairs Wirm Blankets from I5c pair to tbe iinest all wool blanket-; up.to $7.arper^nlr. . Royal Worcester Corsets—Best in thf Land. Pictorial Review Paltern.s—Rorom- mended Above All Others. Xew warm Gloves, new Scarfs, new Wool Hosiery, Knit Skirts. Outing Skirts, everything warm for winter yon will Ond at L.4CE CCRTAIX.S. SPECIAL TALUE FOB OXE WEEK. The assortment of Laee Cnrtaias, special featured, comprises; Nottingham, Cable Net and Novelty j Curtains, all new tUs faUs patterns, Jost opened Bp, specfailly priced at 75e, 95c. $1.19, $lJiO, $«jOO. $S.50. $4J>0 aad $0.50. r Way of aihRegister Want Ad^ MANY THINGS P0.'!5TP0NEI>. Flection I'sedas Cause i for Belay oo All .Vauner of Ifhiags. 7 ' The Rfgister has just coAfipleted an arrangement which will be of special interest (o lEe Farmers By this special arrangement we are enabled to offer you The Ida Daily Register for a year and the Journal of Agriculture for a year for $2.25 The Journal of Agriculture is a weekly publication and treats the following departments: Pooltry and Bees Women's Page Live Stock The Dairy Fju*iii and Field Crop Pests and Diseases FniiC* and Garden The regular price of The Journal of Agriculture is SOc a^ear, but by this special arrangement we are enabled to offer you The lola Register $2.C0 Journal of Agriculture .50 JQJ. ^2.25 $2^50 Address all orders and make all money payable to i The lola Daily f .e^ter i Nnw Is ihe lime when everything is poM|)uiif)| ••until afier eli»etion." WliUe niaiiv are pnrnosMy delayed nn 111 ih.'ii time, Fonu> th'uKx ore poat- h)tint<i| Just berniiae the air \»r filled »"iih iiolitlrf) nnd ihero iHn'i room for :i».vMiintr i'!jt«'. .«in\>t Poffoyvltle .Iniiriinl. "l|fiiios( y. I jirii (lW.jrii.«Jo<l." snid a nuin I his niornttiK. "If everything Is dono afUT clnctlon ilint is promised iliort' will bo pnoiigh iloinp all over thf oounirv. siiid rofi>.vvHl<> included, to kof-]} ov»>ryl )Ody al work for a hundred years. "1 have heard men say that they are goins to hulid a house after election, that they are fioihg to take a trip, that they are going to do -wonderful things In business, and (his and that, until it would make a liic boom by Itself. •And ibpy will not ilrt any more afifr floction than thc»v' are doing now. Thr-re may hp a few dl.sap- polnted randidate.s running for public orrico who will not do very much after election, and there are others that will, but that is about, as far as Ihi.s "after election' business goes." Many things will be done after election, and It's Just because i>cople im- jasiue they are so wrapped tip in poli- itics that they waii. They are going ]to do it just the s:imc. ^ annual crop loss of 800 million dollars l^y the destruction of "Insect eating birds. He called for a fund to tight-the commfrclal bird killers In avery stato'^ louislature. "If wo permit the heritage of wild hlnls 1 tiiat atlll exist to be further waalitd and destroyed, wo are robbing our children." Mr. Dutcher said. "The publlfl, n» tnislees. «n» In honor hAumt to preserve these wild birds for those that follow us. We do not wish ;our ^lldron to fcpj nhout us as wp do .ibout our fnthent, who permitted tiio wanton and useless extinction of tho bison and the wild pigeon." WHEN HOCH -CAME THROrCH." TO ;HOLD FUNERALS AT NIGHT. Il«tw .VethodlstH of Deeatar Coaniy Hot Their fhaiVh Fixed. ToiH'ka. K:is.. Oci. iJS.—This Is a story of how ilie govcrnnr •'came ihrouKb:" or c«ur>e vverybiuly cou «ld»'rs tbe governor of i!»e sinte nn easy mark. JiiFt n«i soon lis a man Is elected gov* ernor people commence to come to htm with subacriptlon i>ap<<rH nnd so^ llciinilons for contribution.'*. When ti man Is a county officer he Is supiiose'd to contribute to everything In the conn ty. but the governor—alas for hlra-^ is expected to contribute to everythinK in the state. • . One of these begging letters came to the governor not long ago from Decatur county. It set forth that the church had been struck by lightning and a hole knocked in the roof. "U'e want you to contribtite to- W ITERWOKKS FOR BALBWIN. Town VAte<; to Isiiae Bond!) in tbe Sum of la-NOOO. Newjldfta Indorsed by Alton, ill.. Ministerial Alliance. Alton. Til.., Oct. 28.—Having funerals at night is the newest idea in Alton, where strange things happen, j „.. „ ,„ Thirty members of the Ministerial Al-jward fi<fing the roof of this church, llance in session there unanimously - -- . indorsod the idea as advanced by the Rev. F. S. Eiterpporge, pastor of the Henry Street German Methodist church. "It would be much better to have funerals at night," he said. "And there should be np Sunday funerals either day or nlgiit. "Funerals nowadays are too extravagant. Too much money is spent for flowers and carriages, and there is en- tl.-el.^^ 100 much display. "i^Yom an extremely solemn function I the funeral has developed Into an'occasion for vulgar show." The Rpv. Mr. Eitelgeorge also said there should be a radical reform in funeral sermons. He thinks there Is too much promiscuous eulogizing. Raid win. Kas.. Oct. 28.—At a special election held .Monday the proposition to i .sFue bonds of the city of I^ldwin ."to the amount of SS5 00ft for the purpose of eatablishiug a city waterworka pla .nt carried by a vote of 156 to M. In three years Baldwin has had three, disastrous fires, any rOne of which caused damage enough to pay for a waterworks system. The Inat of these was In September, wlien a fire destroyed the poslofflce, the Ledger office and a number of other buildings in the business section. "Jht agitation tot a waterworks has been pushed since this fiije. SPARE BIRDS AND 8AV^ CROPS. Appeal for the Protection of Faalh- ered Deatroyert of lna«t«; ' R'. SI. OllillllAXi .Oacral Coatnetw. Flagstono'.and Cement Sldewalka and Garbing'a Specialty. 0»e« lis East Jadnoa Im Pkaaa tML said thf letter. •It is a good Methodist c'nurcb. Now. de.-ir brother, please come through with the five." Decatur county was a long ways off, and while tJovernor Hoch no doubt felt tenderly \ for the little church with the hole In the rooi, he couldn't stir up enough enthusiasm to follow the suggestion to "come through with the five." However, the governor went out to Decatur county last I week to make s campaign speech. >VTiile he was there the Methodists! got him. They reminded him of hi,^ failure to re- siiond to their renues|t for five dollars. "We haven't got that bole fixed yet." they said to the governor. The governor knew] when he was up :tg:iin.si it. He produced hl.s pocketbook and ••came thrf^ugh." Bro. S. D. Senor will preach: at the C. A. R. hall on Thiir.sday evening at eight o'clock. His •The Golden City, viled. A CURE Wm subject will be JEverybofly is In- , Xew York. (icL , 28.—WIlHam Dut- cber. president of tie National Asso- ciaUoQ of AudabonI Societies, sjdd at! tbe annual meeting, of the asaoelatloii' in tbe American Museuni of NatuM H{aM|^ today thai Americana wer i i roS posterity and permitting .frepto all wBowWte. TBE «•'{ Rbeninatism imjcsataAsbiy atLexceaa of. uric add! In, ttte blocKi. iitS^ is earnedthrouKhthecirculattrartoall poitions of thesyston. EvSymnsclfc, l^9:]ve, bone and joint absprbq^tbe acrid, pain-prodncing- poison, «ri&ing i, inflammation/stiffnoMalldotherweirknown sjrmptrimsof-t^^ lent relief from the'iKms and discomfort of Rheumatism «aimot be from fbe use of riiaimients. plasters; and other external tr«4|jbnent *whicfa does not reach theiblopd, where the canise is locatedl Snich nujainrea temporafjr relief, bt^t ta*<i|ltder to cur^ Rheumatism ithe uric ii^d^tind lUflammatory poison must be. cdq>eUed.from the blood. ^. S. S; citres RUeumatism because it is a perfect blood purifier. It goes dovm rato ' '^^itkrn, neutralizes the uric acid and drives it frem the bfodd. ''-S.-Sf^. ,,j.^e irritating, ihflammatiyy uiatter wiuchis cansia^ the paln.-.Bwclll lag aiidiother discomfoit,:enachea the weak, sour blood*[am^p«^mavlmt)y' ' ciuc^ Rheumatism;' In all'fonns oMUieumarism. whestheit at^^ %;8,'S.^.1irill be.found a:.«^r^vqre|aUa miaedg,ii6^^ii^mtf'' i}|^ed ID cure, and at t&e^fejiniftla -raed^JUit that Bn i^lp L. system by its fine tonic eSiecb. ax>]^ on ll^eVunatfsm aifd i i^y n£edk^ 1 •it**

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