Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 5, 1907 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

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igE IflfLA PAILY MOnlgB. tttSDAT mHPfl. XOTmEB fi> M07. This is Great Shoe Weatiber Notice it by the way they're flocking to the New York Store, the first store on their mind when it comes to buying shoes, you get values, style, quality and comfort aU at the same time. Onr shoe offerings are tempting. They'ife shoes that need no mending. Wear them as long as you please, and solid comfort will never cease. 20 Styles of Ladies New Fall Shoes III all ItEthirs, button or lacc, latest lasts, toes and heels. Choice of any these styles at $3.50 Compare them with any $4.00 or $5 00 shots sold . in town. 15 Styles of Ladles New Fall Shoes Gun \rctal, r.itent Colt and Vict Kid, in button#V/V or lace, all 1007 models, > our choice at ^^m9m%0%0 Compare thtm with anv $i 50 shots sold anywhere inth^Citv 10 Styles of Ladies New Fall Shoes Jn all leathen?, Welt and light soles, up-to-tbe miaiite in style, wear guaranteed, no better shoes made at $2.30 Compare them with any $3 00 shoes in town. 10 styles in Ladies New Fall Shoes Made for solid wear in Patent Leather and Kid, Oak Leather Soles, solid leathci counters, good fitter. An honest shoe for little mom-y, pice Compare t..em with $2 51 shoes sold in other stores. $2,00 The Bi3 Store With Litle Prices. Sole Agents for Home Journal Patterns totm VmterlHary Hospital W«"9t Strctt, Inla, one b-ock from square. L)is>.nsc!> ol donicsti. ated animaltisutct s-(ullviri'.itt-d,cnarB<.s miKlerdte.KOod box •.tall>lor p*iiciits Calls aiisw rtd promptly iii|<ht or day, 20 years cxi>i:n'-ncc Vcicriu ary Dcutibtry a spcciiltv. Frmnk S. Bva tiie, V. S. Honor Graduate of Ontario Veter* inary College, Prop. Hospital Phone 1068 Res. Phone 139 RATS! Get rid of them. ^ ^* RAT=BIS-KiT Does th'- Work. Either for Rats or Mice 15 Ceots a P^ickc^ge At SPENCER'S cm WBWi. I)r. »lllrj. Ornlliit. .irDCK Oscar IViiisi will r .'tiiiii i<i Ktip iiinxiiTiiw wlicr<' IK- t\'»iicftt» tii Ilitish tlic ciiHOH for iil.il bffijjT liliii In ilic .Ni'iisho Cimiity oiiiirt. Krpp dirt at I.iircnrk'.^. TIIK UKVIVALS in Iho Ka.^t. I..ln M. K. Cliiirrh an? proRn^ssiuK nioi-ly. Wanted—Everybody to know that W. B. KelJey & Son have moved their transfer and storage office to 211 South Washington. Office and Day Phone 290. Residence and night -hone 17. ATTORNEY J. L. Barnes w.as cal! cl to Garnctt yesterday afternoon Itgal business. P. E. fTanirh, DentisL Pfeone 18& Office over BurelTs Drug Stent. JOH.\ PARKIXSON. of S. Joseph, and J. A. Fullerton. of Kansas City, werp down^alurday in the interest of the St. Joseph Oil and Oas Companj-. Mr. Parkinson if an old lola boy and i.s now one i.f t!ie ."^nrcossfnl aitor- neys of St. Jc^jieh. —Iliinilioldt Herald. Dr. BeynoIdA. Phone 82C Res. <1<. MR. JOE SCHLANGER, a younger brother of Louis, came in from \C.o'e City yesterday and ^-IM ha\«^ charge o'' tho Globe durinp th<'' abKcnc of Louis who is In Fon Scott rldlns ih^ MaTionIc goal. WANTS TO GET HUSBAND OUT. Wife of Will Bailey, Humboldt Jolnt- ist. Working on Parole. .Mrs. liall.y. wlfi- of Mill llirio.v. of Hunijiulilt. wlio i« la Jull serving linu' lor violation of tlio iirolilbltory i;.\v, was in tho oily last rvcnini; 1" do Inforcst of an iipi>licaf on for a p.'iro'o for hiT husband. Hailey was roinniiiiod to jail a tV'W (l:iy.s WAO. HU iiiufiy ilay .s to sorvo. Mi? has l).''on taken into custody in years past on the samo charge. Philadelphia In Mnccn for Seattle, with u cargo of coal, wan reported off Cnpo Flattery today and Is p.xpcvted t> enter the straits within a few hourH. The vessel is long overdue and has been reported as lost In tho Straits of Maitollau arid her crow kill <?J and eaten by hostl'o natives. The vfssel Is bringing 50.000 tons of coal for the Pacific Coast company. KILLED BY BURGLAR. NOT EATEN BY CANNIBALS. Los Anoeles Man Met Death While Visiting In Chicago. Chicago, Nov. 5.—James ^\'. Alia- Long Overdue Ship arid Crew Coming '^''»>- ^ wealthy commission merchant Into Port. Angeles, was killed hy burg br.-; early today at the home of his Scaiilo. Wai ^h.. Nov. .".—Tho four brother In South Walter Av.onue. The niastpfi sb'p .Arthur Sewell. which left burglar escaped. DH. i. F. JA.HESOX. The Sncfe«i«ifn! Anc- Honeer. Veterinarian. Hlirm Ml '.r.iir I'r .ilcTlnl made mnwhnr Vi In- ili»rjf eu;i« niUHciii) il.iy or Phoix- It ir.idcnn- v lOLA. KA.NSAS R. S. QltnLLAH, Gencnl Coatrmetw. Flagitone &nd Cement Sidewallu vd Cnrblos a Spedaltjr. OBee lis Eart JsekMa An. Will trade good lot for lit;hl rubber tired bu^cy and harnfss. .Must be i .'good. Call nt W, Souili Second. .MR K. .v. HOnwiT /C canio In from St. I .oulH thin tnorning and wl'I b"- In charge of tho .Vcw York store dur h.g tho absence of ,Mr. Scho.'nbruii. who Is In Fort Scott this wenk on Masonic biislnoss. 111 Oontfc ttulilB^B.-HeU« 114. XOTICt. All metera will be read between the I'lth and 20th of each month. .MI bills for water, light and gas are duo on the fir.'it of each month. If said 'bills are not paid by the 10th of each , month, consumer subject to discon- 'nectlon without notice, i Don't wait for a statement, "For .you may not get k." ! Remember it your gas water or I light bill is not paid by the lOih you may be disconnected, without notice. (TAKE WARNING.) C. E. V\-ENDORFF. City Clerk We rtre showing here one o^ our novtlty sacks for Fal' and Winter—THE POOLE. This coat is rut 32 inches long, slightly form fitting cuffs on sleeves, long low lapel. We have this In plain and fancy weaves, $16.50 $18.00 $20^10 OVKRCOATS in nil the new hnd correct models. '•JUST WRIGHT" Shoes the bc ^t shoe 'ver made to sell Ht $3.50 and $4.00. "STElS'viN",' HAWRS" and 'LONGLEY" hats, all styles and all colors. Barclay- shields Cloibing Compani|. nOARD OF EDUCATION TO PERMIT HICH SCHOOL OBGAXIZATIOir. IH.Y MAOE A SET OF RULES XEMREB .4 OF TEAX XUST SAKE fiOOD PERCENTAGE I\ CLASSES. «THE COlf.rtUffcHEB." A Pietaresqiie' Sfor^ of Banck Life. Prices ...25c, 85c, W, T5c *1J» Team YVIII Not Enter the Leagne Noir Relny Formed of High School Pnplls-. A committee of three lola high school students app?ared before the board of education of the lola high 8 (;hool at their meeting last even Ing and asked permission to play ba« ket ball. After discireslng the mat ler In regard to its effect on the school and stuAffnts a motion was made that the hoys be allowed to play the game which passe* by a unanl inous vote. The decision was not made however until rules were agreed upon controlling the players. The nile.s which wore adopted, follow: 1. Every player must be a bonaflde member of the lola high school. 2. Every player must have an aV' era!;e of SO per cent In at least three of the four studies which he carries 3. Either Superintendent llayber ry. Principal Wishard or Mr. Parks should accompany the team on all trips and act as floor manager. 4. Games must not bo played where the team will have to travel on Sun day. 5. No special examinations will be given just before the game In order that one player might bring np his studies to the average. The rules of the basket ball league which is being organized among the high schools in Southeastern Kansas are such that it was deemed) advisable not to enter the league. These rules call for the expense of both a boys' and girls' team which will amount to seventeen men or about $50 per game. This expense the lola high school could not meet. Since the cities who are members of the league do not p'ay but once lo two w «okB It win he possible to get games with them on off days. From the present Indications there Is no .reason why lola will not have ay good a basket ball team as there Is In the state. They have many good players who wlUi coaching will develop into star players. Harold Ful ton. tho star center on,tho Y, M. C. A. team will be In the game and will add a great deal of strength to the lola high school team. Seventeen of tho boys have manifested a desire for a position on the team and will work hard. It is believed that much new material from which to select the team can be chosen. There will bo a meeting of the boys <' the high school this aftsmoon. An athletic association will be organized. From this organization a manager and an assistant will be elected. The necessan- money for guaranteeing the expanse of the games will be raised at this gieeting and other business will be transacted. TO CFRE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money If It fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is on each box. 25c. CITY FATHERS WILLIN& A Committee Will Confer With Business Men About Power House. A committee from the city council ?'tacds ready to confer with the business men or anyone else Interested n securing the power house of the Kansas Southern Electric Ral'way for lola. Some time ago a committee was anpolnted by the conncil to Qonalder he matter of taelp'ng to secure gas land for the railroad for power house purposes. W. A. Cowan is 'nfrman of the committee. MAY SEND TRACK TEAM. lola High School May Ba RaproMntod at lnt «ni «h«laallo Maet It wl'I bo decided whether or not the lola h'gh school will bo represented In the Interscholastic track meet at r^awrence next spring, with a track team, at a meeting of the Athletic Association of the Tola high school. hich Is being held this afternoon. If j the dec'sion is aiBrmatlve a team will be organ'zed and preparations will be made at once to get the team into c'^nd<tlon. I^t year the lola high school sent a team to the cont<^^ but although the showiii* was good It was not what it wou'i have been if the team bad be?an practice earlier in the season. This year this precau tion will be taken and the taam will begin practicing earlier. Have the right kind 'of eotertaia' ment When ypu wi^h to pass an evening; pleasantly at' home with friends one of the b«st means of enjoyment is a^ Phohograph. If you do not already own one 'of the^ in.stmmenTS now is thii^ time to bity, and provide youriel^ with ei^^ tainment for the^ cold '^weather. li you have got a Phonograph, come in and bear the ' latest records and make yotiE selection/^ All the latest now in stock. JolinViRfiberts Music House OROCCRV Haa^lHiPtor* Ht Good Things Eat. Tele|>hbDC ISH Water One hundred poiiftds of Crya> tal Ic« will:mak« |3 (aUom of dfiUUod wiiter culUbia tor, family us* Trr Jt I bIc ^&Coli ^«rageU i FRANK IUODL &.M(r. Well. Friends Pancakes atf in order. We have the mhtQrall to miiKe theni of. Ralston P. C;-Flour, par pkg lOe RalHton Prepared B. W. FlOar, per pkg. 10c Peruna W'hol»' Wheat Flour. 12ft sack ...... Wo Ooud Fresh Jrtcal, per sack SOo Syrups to «i»t on Po/icakei. Maple, Fan^y Table.; White Tabla. a«id Sorgbtun. RYER BR05.- Or eery ard <^*a Markat 9ltthits 3<.8 aad iOt^ Office and borage Ware Room af If* West Street. \ Phone \34W[

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