Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 30, 1908 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, October 30, 1908
Page 6
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TIB lOU DULY StemSB, FMPlt ITEtga, OWOBtB >». MCS. DIST^CT KO. 88. Mr. and Mrs."?'. N. Moore returned from a %'islt with their son, L. W. Moore, and family at Mulberrj', Kas. Mr. and Mrs. Kerr visited in Savonburg Sunday. Xho.. Cation had a horse badly cut on-barb wire last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Cation Tuesday, a girl. ' Pred-Goyette worked for P. X. Moore last week. . John Huss was quite sick last. week. Mr. Knox is having the house pain;ed where Mt. W'edin lives. Ina Cation is staying at John Cation's. Miss Zelda Wilson, of lola, is visiting Miss Emma Thompson. Cha.s. Lake has moved to Savon burg and Mr. Sam E.'Iiott moved on .Mr. Lake's farm. i I o- GOLDF.X TALIEY. place Tie well on John Brown's sounds good to us. Mrs. Harry Elockeri and mother called on Mrs. Howard Moor Monday. •, Mrs. Emma il.irrell took the premium for the best loaf of breaii baked out of "Second" to None" flour, and It was boughi at .Smith's storo in La Harpe. Mrs. C. Wood and dausht .T, Lydia, were vlsitln;r i;i lola last week. Howard Moor is trying the climate of Oklahoma. Some were cleauins lioiipo during the rain. You .see ihfv got ilie nieu to pull tacki :uid dusi car;)ei.^. The blue lookF fine sinon the rain. Mr. Murjihy has bought a farm east of Grant Sci '.fiol house. Jack Mn .Tre at one lihio ovi-npd it. Mr. and ili.-. Wiilinns. Cyo Kesslor and W. C. W.vlker took dinner w:ih Mr. and Mr?. I'.iKleti Tuesd-iy. Lida IMurrif callod and bade u.5 good bye. She staTis to California today. We wish her in her new homi-. Mrs. Julia Keni sf.'i <4cd for California Wednesda.v. Wc were in hupf- she^would stay all v .iiiter—but then .she got to SCO ir r.iin while she was here. Mr. J. J. Kai.'il.f;-;-. of KAn.?;i.s fily. writes that he luis i%vo l.ioihiMo lyiu;.; seriously 111 out i Colorado and one in Illinois. We hope they will recover. Mrs. Hardesty is vi .siting hor d.iugh- ter. Mrs. Harry Bocken. .She has many friond.s here who will ho glad to see her. Jlrs. Knsirom had a Wi^dne.-;- day. She had a fi«o day ;or i:. Ilrr husband is running a sior.'' at Nral. Kansas, and they traded I .Ttid wlrh Mr. Park. Tip Williams and family were the guests of Mrs. M. L. Seymour la.-t ft Sunday. Walter Wood and wife called on Joe Griffith Sunday, .lo.^ has hion fooling pretty badly hor<- of idtc wiih the rheumatism, lloiia^ been lakiu!-. treatment fioin a iihy .^^ician ai I '.tr- sons. Mrs. Tip Williams visited at Mrs. C S. Lytle's .Monday, while Tip ror.iod- le4 the flue. Mrs. Charley TnixPll had four iloz- en young rhi«"ken.-^ .sioien during ihf rainy week. Our weather is ideal. David Ayers was oni on the fr.nii this week. Mrs. Smari wa.'? iho jjur.m of .Mrs. Moor Thursday. Jlrs. Harry Hockpu and moilior wcif the guests of Mr?. M<xtr. •Millard L.nle spent the evening wi ;li J. V^. Gulletr Wednesday. The Enstrom .ca !e v .-as r.ot so v .cH patronized as it .shoud I '.ave l)ee>'. The parlies in aiieiidauce laiked iicli- tlcs instead of stock. Mr. Tempell bou.;;lii a nuiul)'.>i- oi cattle and ike I!roo.\ boushl a imv team at the sale . J. W. Gujieti b <j ;u -,lii .1 cow til' .Millard Lytle Wcdnctdj>. Be sure and vote fur a toiiiiuiiatice man for a;l coun:. and s'^^te oflio^s. Renrerber your lit.ii;«.-, j>nd your li'-y.s —and" how easy all ran Ise ruined by the whiskey element. It may he the last vote you wili o\or rnst. so cast it as you would If you were Koin .n io meet your judge in the court we are all tried in at the capitol called 7 .ion. Vote for a Temptrance .Man. PILES rrRKO l\ « TO 14 D.VYS. POZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, blind, bleed Jng or protruding piles in ti to U dn>s or money refunded. SOc. MOK.VN. O I O Senator C. I. I.iuit; spoke^ in Mondell's HttU Wodtu ><d!<y night*. Oclulii r 2.Sth. Thi' Ulack and Tan «iuaiiftto furnished the nja.>-;o for th»> occasion. JiHig« Oscar roust also sii.)ke. Tlio revitrul svrviip.-; wore discontinued on accouiu of the bad woailior but were resumed Monday ni.sni. Mrs. 11. n. Miller and children left for Kansas City Thursday af'^rnoon. They will be joii;.>d hUf^v by .Mr. .Ml"- ler and will then go on 10 their new honre. The first number of the ISOS-ofi htp- ture course will be ^iven Tuesday evening, November 3rd. when the players and Sinfers Club will give a concert. The Katy depot is finished now and the local otfice force moved into the new building the last of the week. Vtfith tlie -painted floor, high _ freight house, tiled roof, doub'c ticket window, it presented quite a modern appearance compared with the old one. Miss Ota Patterson of LaHarpe was in. Moran Tuesday eliciting subscriptions for the lola Index. 6iie is second In the Index contest. Tte literary society of the Higji 8^061 will ilye a program in the ^endol house' on PYlday night, October •—It— Our Way Soda Watei. Our Olomk and Suit Section la "Iho HOUBB of FmsMan" AT THE: Qualify Mus^ VmluB la Our Rulo of Throo We are determined to make the last day of October a great record- breaker, and offer special inducements for the occasion. A Big, Marvelous Coat Sale FHtlt^ mmtf Saiurday S5.00 Ladies' black Coat.'?, 52 inches long, semi-fitted style, trimmed in braid and velvet' hs^lf lined, ppecin.1 tor tomorrow Saturday. Junior Coats in pretty mixtures. Emperor styles, for young girls, sizes 14, 16, 1-^. Special for tomorrow, Sat- ^"T CII urday^ Ol iwU Ladies' 02 inch all-wool Kersey Coits, .semi-fitted styles, prettilj' trimmed, half satin lined, in blac'c, iiavy, red, bru'-'R '•ud castor, extra value for tomor- Olfl row Saturday . •OlUiuU Ladies' 54 inch strictly tailored Coats, made of very finn all wool Kersey, lined with satin, jelf trimmed, sizes from 34 to 40, regular .$20.00 value, special Ladies' fine broadcloth Coats, all: lined throughout with satin, beautifully trimmed in satin bands. Empire styles. For.tomorrow, Saturday only ; KJLL^ WSJ mm SI5.00 We call your special attention to our Coats in the beker grades, $18, $20, $25 in Empire styles, semi-fitted and full fitted models at Gjreat Sale of TaUored Suits Sulimi Suits for Evaryhmdym Our new line of "Printzess" Suits is making town talk. Gocd words, they are, too. You'll join in the chorus when you see them. They have a piqiant, dashiog style—most charming. And they're made by the most expert tailors in the world. AH PrlcBB for mil Styles. See our specials for tcmorrow, Saturday at the following prices— $15, $18, $20, $25, $30 and $35 Big Speolal Sale Silk PmHIooalB f 50 black silk Petticoats, extra fine chiffon finish silk, 00 OR extra deep ruffle, regular |5.00 value, at • VVl |P3 l^xira Special Sale Dress Boods and Silks i 'iOc dress goods Suitings for , 29c 7.';c t'ress goods in fancy Worsteds .50c $1(10 dress goods, plain and fancy Wor.sted-s, 79c $1 25 dress goods, plain and fancy Worsteds, 98c $1.50 dress goods, plain and fancy worsteds, $|,|9 $1.25 ChifTon Broadcloths ggc $1.00 ChifTon Broadcloths 69C Big Smio of at Special Prices for tomorrow at 39c.50c 69c.79c, QSc, $1.19, $1.39. A saving of from iOc to ZSc on every yard. A Great SpieelalSale ef OhBUren's Oeats Children's Cloth Coats, prettily trimmed, values up to $4.98, special Children's Cloth Coats, all nicely Qfl trimmed, values up to $5 9^, at -WvlvO Children's Cloth Coat* in sizes 8, 10, 12, 14. Values up to $7.50 ...... A full line of Bearskin Coats in sizes from ace 2 up to size 10, (1 QQ in (7 Rfl priced from... dllUU^^ Oll3U $2.98 $4.98 Our Hosiery anil Underwear Section Is one of the most com­ plete depaitments in the city. We can ^iipply your wants in Underwear—at the '.isual low prices. MiLUNERY FECIALS Choice of any of our high grade Velvet or Saiin Hats. All new model.s, regular price SC.OO and $«.r>0, choice each. $5.00. Choice of any of our swell Velvet.=! or Satin Hats. Black or colored, regular price $.">.Ort. each $3.98. Dig bargains in our Cap department for the little onos. Choice of any f.Oc cap. in colors, each. 39c. Tarn O'Shantas in fancy Cloth. Boar- skin or Velvets, all colors, regular value for. each, 98c. Mow Silk Tailor' od Walkto Just received from New York, in black, blue, brown and gray. $5.00 Silk Tailored Waists at $3.98 $G.0O Silk Tailored Waists at $4.50 |(i.50 Silk Tailored Waists at $5.00 Special sale of Blankets and Comforts cootmues to=inorrow, Saturday Soto Agents for \ Lotties' Homo JouramI Patterao no storo That Sowor Otaa/fpolata ita Cuatomora J-^^C .V

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