Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 29, 1908 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

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News ibe County • -O SOUTH FAIRTIEW. ! —o Mrs. Wm. Perry, of Bronson,'spent several days last week with her dauKli ter, Mrs. B. Brown. .Mr. Urown is .very low at this writing. Mrs. A. Jarnagim sustainMl a .sevei ally strained arm .Monday by fallinje from a wagon. i Etbel Brown visited her friend. Pearl Jefferies, Saturday and Sunday. Bora to S. E. Elliott and Vife Monday, October 2S. a sf>n. .Mrs. iilJioifp condition Is somewhat imi)roved. ' The infant daughter of Mr. a;id Mrs. Ed Jennings died Saturday. Interment was made in tiio Itmdsoa cftmetery. Mrs. Manford ShclKui reiufiied from Oklahoma Tuesday aCior a Uivef weeks visit with her .^un and wif**. Pearl Pool and wife spcuf .Sudd.'iy with relatives in Brons^nn. Owing to tJie bad weaiher liie imi- iracted meeting «i l\)iivi.nv wai; postponed. \Mrs. .•\nnie Brow and tliildreu sfx'Ul Sunday with .Mr .-ind .Mrs. Tmn .\nder- son. Every one w.is Klyd m .see the siin again afifr so much rainy Wfatlier. The mail carrier of r«iiii<- tlnee did not po Tliur,<;diiy uwiiur m ciuidi- tlon of the river. •»r H . 1 O WKST OF THE KIVKK. ^ I expect it would he well to liave ilie health officer q\t:uantine thuM- ufflitt . ed with California fever .-is the wa.v it is spreading we fear it i.s t;(«iii:ii;io:is , and should he chi^ekod .t.si .>ioon as )i(>^- sible. We hope Harrison Sterols' nffiiciinn is only temporary and with ^uop(n- treatment ibat he will soon l)e re.-!or- ed to perfect health. Grandpa Jeffers wlio hii.s just returned from Oklahoma visited at C. R. Peck's Saturday night and at .S. P. Clark's Sunday niicln. ^Ve uiidcistatid he would like to idiy a sitiall faitii here. Mr. Endridge"i> j)o|)))nw. I'.-ifr. ams of Atchi.son, Kas., w;is Iicie l.isi week visilins him. Miss Ruby Chri.=;(y vi.=;iled Annie Preston and girls Saturday niglit. Mr. Clark hotmht. some coin of .Mr. Flake. Marion, Frank and Free I're.«ton bnilt a lino for Mr. Shannon fvonv tl\<i farm he bought of Harr.v Culbertson to the 991 telephone line, put in tlie phone and connected it. np this woeK. C. J. Pre.ston writes he ]>i. feeling better than wlien he went away. I If has gained some in ilf.^ti and will hi- home in lime to voto. We see notices uj) that iliere is ar effort being niiide Ui cliaui^e the Ui,i;i:.jJ farm from Neostio ValU-y diMiici lo • Enterprise di-sirict and thai actioi. will be taketi on it .Novcnihcr I I. Rev. Irwin, of (.eneva. will pn-ach at the Presliyteriiiii chiitcli iti I'i.iu.t Sundaj*. Xovembor J, at .'1 p. m. Our Oioak and Suit Section la "Iho House of Fashion" FRIDAY ANJ> SATURDAY '•• —AT THF ^ SiyiePiua Quaiity Pius Value Our Rule of Three We are determined to make the last two days of October record- breakers, and offer special inducements for these two days. A Big, Marvelous Coat Sale Frtdoy and Saturday L.idies' Mack ^'oal.*?, ')•> inches loiik semi-fitted .style, trimmed in braid and ve!l- vct' half lined, eprtcial for Friday ftC A A and Satnrday VwiUU junior Coats in pretty mixture.^. Emperor styles, for young girls, .sizes II, 10, Spetial for Friday and Sat- CH urda3'. dl |3U Ladies' ">2 inch all wool Kerise^' Coats, .serai-fltted styles, prettily trimmed, half satin lined, in blac&, navy, red, brown and castor, extra value for Friday 0 (f| f{(\ and Saturday ^ dIUiUU Ladies' H-l inch stri';tly tailored Coats, made of very fine all wool Kersey, lined with satin, jeli trimmed, si/.es fron: M to 4<;, regular .f2fhOO value, 0 jH QQ special diZiuO Ladies' fine broadcloth Coats, all lined throughout with satin, beautifully trimmed in satin bauds, Empire styles. For Friday and SaUir- DIT ftfl day only ^ • • vluiUU \Vc call your ppecial attention to our Coals in the better grades, in Empire stylas, .somi-fitted and full fitt»v. ^ jQ COfl models at dIOj dZU) vZj Great Sale ol tailored Suits Sulimi Suits for Everybody. Our new line of 'Trim5ress" Suits is makiui; town talk. Good words, they'are, too. Yon'll join in the chorus when yon see tliem. They have a piciuaut, dasliiuc: .style—most charming. And they're made by the most expert tailors in the World. All Prices for all Stylesm See our specials for tomorrow and Saturday at the following pricc.«^— SIS. Sie, $20, $25, $30 aad S35 Big SpBGMSl Sale Silk PeWcoats r>(i blatk silk Petticoats, extra fine chiffon fmi.sh .silk, ^0 AT extra deep rnfllc. regular ?5.0i) value, at OOiOw r NEOSHO V.VI.l.KV. -Q w After sv>euiUu): suwe tune witU the folks at lioiite .le.--s Itoliii l< ii on Ins return to Coiortitlt) Sptiu^is Whines- day of last week. , One of Wash I)ieU<'>"s hois<'s -.iot down In the eit.v's .vas liu,' iliicU.-.-; one flay last w^fk. There was not ati ovc; !,\ h-rv crowd at .Ien.seii".s sale Tuc-ciay imt it. was a crowd iliai .seomcd to want The things offered. C<»\vs liroiiulit as high as $.j<) while sonie of the ufftt- sile and smaller tliinss sold In-low real \'alue. S. F. Hanson's brother nMiirited to his home in Nehra.^ka (he first of ihi' week. C. If. Lewi.-? niaile a (rip (o Lnii- Fing reeently. Whiie there he vr.is shown throitgh tiie jteiiiientiai y. J. P. Maxwell will to Callforaia some time during tin* witidr aiid i; i.-; quite likely that, .lohu ,Sh(-rri!l will rent his farm. C. Jenson i.^ now ahout r<a<ly to start to California, but will remain here until after he luts a cliaii<<- to vote for Taft. Mrs. Purdoin sold her smaller span of mules Monday i<j 11«HIIKJ1<U padios. Although election i.s no fortlit-r away than next Tuesday, poliiicai mat i.ers in this neighborhood are so quiet that one canoi r«-;ilize that tlii.^ i.-? iit!<^ 3Iany of ihi.'? place .-iiended Jlnni .T Hush's sale in Pleasant ValKy tK -i-^h- borhood Wednesday. Ih'erybody.is son-.v to know oi" ii.-n- rison SieeU-"s coinlnioii. O I u Mar^'in Hamilton is in sfliool .•mniii after a few da.vs of siokncs.s. There wasn't any one ea.-t of the river that could pet to Chantue S.iiiir da.v. The river hjdfl pone down .^o there was ijuiie a <^owd <nii Monday. Mis.>* Klo.^sie Cornell visited wiih Miss Stanza ;tud Ks;a Kun\on Stin- day. The patrons were kep* tius-. h^^t week takin.!: their cliildi-. ti to and from schix)!. Gary Cloud and famiiy and Craud- ma Cloud visiteil with .\lr.''aud .viis. Frank Uooe Sunday. Sam and Dau Cori\oil uv.- visiting in Tola and Gag Cifj. Mildred Hamilton has a new oi-can. Mrs. Will Cornell and children of Toia are visitin? at Dan Corneii's this week. James Tudor, of Channte. is hanging some paper and doins sotne i)aini- ing for Wiley Davis this week. Mrs. Gurley visited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith, Monday. The pipe lijie boys havi> sitcoi'oded in geltin? board nearer their wmk TO f PBE rOLU IS OSK nAV. Take I^axauve Hromo Quiuiite Tablets. Dritg.eists refund inonry if it falls to cure. E. W. OUOVKS .si;,';ia- ture is on eacJi has. 2 'tc. ..Tie Beglster want'colainii can sell it rent It or get it the qnlrkest. Extra Special Sale Dress Goods and Silks 'jOc <lress gccds Snitiugs for 29c 7oc dress good.s in fanc}' Wbrsteds 50c $1.00 dress goods, plain and fancy Worsteds, 79c $i 25 dress goods, plain and fancy Worsteds, ggc S^r.O dress goods, plain and fancy v.orsteds, Sj,|9 ll .'jr, ChJfTon Broadcloths 98c $1.00 Chiffon Broadcloth.s 69c • . Big Sale of SILKS at Special Prices for two days at 30c.50c. 69c.70c. 98c. $1.19, Si.30. A saving of from lOc to 25c on every vard. A Great Special Sale of Children's Coats Children's Cloth Coats, prettily trimmed, values up to $4.OS, special . . Children's Cloth Coats, all nicely trimmed, values up to S"» '.>S, at Children's Cloth Coats in sizes S, 10, 12, II. Values up to $7.50 .\ full line of Bearskin Coat? in sizes from acfc-i up to size 1'., Q| QQ 07 CO priced from lilliDO Of lJU $2.98 $3.98 $4.98 Our Hosiery and Underwear Section Is one of the most com­ plete dcpaUnient.s in the cit}*. We can supply your wauts in Underwear—at the usual low prices. MILLINERY SPECIALS Clioicc ol any r.i <,nr Hi^;h Cmde Velvet or Satin Ilat.s. Ail new nioiK-I.s. ify/.ilnr jirice ff'.oo ami $5MO Choice ol any of our .swell Velvets or Satin Hat.s. IlLirk or coloretl, regular price £5.00, each 5^.98 hig hargains in our Cap department Icr the little ones. Choice ot any 50c cap, in colors, each 39c Tarn O'Shanlas in Umcy Cloth, Bearskin or Velvet-5, all colors, regular Si.rs v.alm f.>r, earh 9Qc New Silk Tailor^ ed Waists Just received from New York, in black, blue, brown aad gra^-x' <r>.00 Silk Tailored Wai.«^ts at $3.98 Sr,,00 Silk Tailored Waists at $4.50 |r,..5w Silk Tailored Waists at $5.00 Special sale of Blaokets and Comforts continues Friday and Saturday Sole Agents for Ladleot' Home Journal Patterns The Store That Mewer Disappoints Its Customers

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