Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 8, 1907 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, November 8, 1907
Page 7
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THE ioEA .»Aiiar««ngnK IBIPAT gnmrft yofmn am?. To Bttik I>«|kosit<M*s and Holders of Certificates. in order to show our unfaltering confidence in tlie stability and general soundness of all lola Bankinc; Institutions, Smelters, Cement and all other industries, we will, beginning today., and continuing for a short time, accept your certificates and checks on any bank in Allen County, AT A PREMIUM OF 5 PER CENT. in payment for your purchases, of Dry Goods, Millinery, Cloaks, Suits and Shoes. By taking advantage of this offer, For $1.00 in For 12.00 In For 1 ^00 In For l.'i.OO In For 1J7 .00 (u For mM lu For W'M in For *»0.0« In For mm in Certlticate or fertlfirate or t'prtiticate or OHificate of Certlticate or Certificate or Certificate or Certificate or Certificate or Check, Check, Check, Check, Check, Check, Check, Check, Check, we will we will we ITIII we will we will we will we will we will we will ffTle you give yon gire you grlre you plre you give you eire yon give you gire you $\ja:t In <S .10 In $3 .1.^ in $5.2 .'i in $7X> in $10.i >fl in 115.75 In $21.00 in iiS:i:> in Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. Merclmndlse. Merchandise. Merchandise. Special Sale To-morrow, Saturday on Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Waists! All Proportionate Purchases Mode at Same Premium of 5 per ct. Exceptional Bargains for Saturday and Monday A big chance to save money. Remember this sale closes on Monday Night, November 11th. 3000 yards standard Calico, in black and white, always sold at 7ic, per yd. 5 1''2 g Ladies "Oneita" Union Suits in grey sizes 3, 4 and 5, regular $1 00 garment three day pi ice, per suit, 69 g Ladies' fine black cotton Hose, re in- forced sole, regular 15c quality, three day price, 4 pair for 50o Ladies' fine CauLmere fuibroidered Hose, sizes '•' and *>i, regular 76c quality, three day price, pair, 48o Infant's Wool Hose, black, sizes 4 to 5 1-2, regular lot- quality, three day price, uair, 9o 2,50t> yards bleacLttd Muelin, regular priie 7 l -2c, tbrte day pric«, yard, 5 t -2G Wlntrnf giMMHmriy Home Jour' mmi Fsmhiom Book Now lu. Solo Affomla for Homo Jour* mat PMttomom NirrEs Fiio»u nm CHEAT WESTEKI CEJIE5T COM- PAXY PAID' MEK Ur CASH. TO HAVE A JHANKSHV116 SHOOT HAMPTOX AXD BHOUGH WILL HOLB XrHKEY SHOOT AT POXD. K. P. A's. Had Special Sessloa Yes terdsy—Proctor.KIng Xaptials. (ireat Western Paid In Cash. The Oreat Weatern Cement com pany which Is building a cement plant north of Moran in this county is among the few who paid their em ployes In cash. Airoost all of the oth er big enterpirses ppid their employes clearing house checlcs. Many of th men were In the city yesterday spend Jng their money witti the local merchants. Will Attend Foot Ball flame. Many La ilarpe people are planning on attending the big foot ball gamit which will be played Sunday at Elec- rtic park between the Chanute and Gas City teams. Three La Harpe play ers iut' playing with the Qas City team. There are other reasons why I.a Harpe Is Interested in the game. Will Work in Frtxco Shops. Tommy Davis and Will Oowler will leave thl.s evening for Springfleid, Mo. where they have iKisltions in the Frisco railroad shops. Tommy has a position running a stationary engine Tommy has been worlting in Pittsburg for the past month. Will has been traveling over the west. A ThanksgiTina: Shoot Hampton and Brough of this city wi!l hold a big turkey shoot at the Lan.vonvilie pond on Wednesday and Thursday, November 20 and 21. All arrangements have been completed for one of the biggest shooting matches ever held in this city. The men have ordered that every shooter use factory loaded shells with number 7% shot. Births. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Art Holllnsworth of this city yesterday. November 7th. Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks whose home Is south of this city are the par- j cuts of a boy born ycster^^y, November 7th. K. P. A ..S. Session. The K. P. A. of this city held a very interesting meeting yesterday afternoon and last night. Yesterday afternoon C. B. Core of lola addressed the lodge. In the evening S. R. Kuntz, the supreme secretary of the lodge, was present and gave the members of the local order an Interesting address on the workings of the order. There were three initiations. There is now a total of about sixty members of the K. P. A. in this city. FOR SALE—Good runabout S.tude- baker buggy and good set of harness for sale cheap if taken in the next few days. Inquire at Howard's Livery Barn. Proctor.Kfni; Xnptfals. MlsB Martha Proctor and Roy King both of this city, were united in marriage by Probate Judge J. B. Smith yesterday afternoon. Both young people are well known In this city and tiave a host of friends who wish them much happiness In wedded life. T)i^' will make their home In this city where the groom has a good position In one of the local factories. Fenonals. C. H. Dean of Mound City, but form erly of this city was here yesterday on a short business visit. Frank Peters of Coffe>-viIIe wa.s tn the city yesterday visiting his parents. Mr. W. O. Hartman left yesterday for Wichita, where he will accept a tioailloa in one of the large stores in that clt.v. His wife accompanied him. L. O. .Tames of Nevada, was In the city yesterday on business. PILES CURED IX 8 TO 14 DATS. POZO lONTirENT Is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. CEMENT PLANT FOR CHERRYvale New Plant it to be Known as Fidelity Portland Company. Plans are on foot to establish at Hierryvale a mammoth, • modem Portland cpment plant. For this pur pse the Fidelity Portland Cement Co. na.* reeently organized with an authorized capital stock of 92 000.000. It i .s proposed to build a cement mill on the site of the Wafson and Mc- CorkhiH lands. composJng a 300 acre trart. This site Is located a mile southwest of the refinery on the west side of Drum creek. 4ft rods sout^' of phe Santa Fe railroad and the same distance from the rlghtof-way of the Intenirban line and la crossed by the r >rnt>08ed southwest extension of tha Frisco. TO HOLD ADJOURNED MEETING. Council to Let Curblna Contract Next Friday Night. The council will ho'd an adjourned loeetlng a week from tonteht at which the contract for the curblno- on South Whlnut street will be let. This Is the curbing over which there has been a dispute between the contractor, the American Concrete company of Inde n.=»ndence. the city and the prooerty owners. The council recent'y ordered this curb<ne taken out as It waa aT- legeif that it did not come up to the stteciflcatlons. It's said that the American Concrete company wtll bid on the work. 'The only minstrel show for several weeks St the Grand Saturday inattnee and nl^ht.. TELEPHONE TOCR WAST ADS. TO THE BE6ISTEB OFFICE. As an accoinodaUon. the Register receives ads for its want columns over the telephone, but expects the advertiser to call at the office and settle as soon as convenient, as the bills are too small to warrant the expense of a collector. Telephone your want ad to either phone. No. 18 or 2T>, and it will receive careful attention. WANTED—Farm Hand, steady work good wages. Phone C. W. Griffin, 7 miles northwest of Hivnboldt. WANTED.— A Girl for Housework: Good wages. No laundry. Mrs. J. Q. MIttlebach, .tn East Street. WANTED—Boarders at 209 South State Street. WANTED—Farm bands. A. B. Mull. Carlyle, Kansas. mum WANTED.— To do your house cleaning, inquire k24 South Oak. WANTED—House cleaning to do. Phone 1112^ WANTED—Second batid Winchester pop gun. Inquire 105 South Second stret LOOQE aUtEOTORY, KHI6HTS OF K&GClBIESr- Knights of Maccabees of the World meets In K. P. Hall, aeoond and ftmrtb Wednesday nighta In each month. J. W. Postwalt. commander; B. B. Porter, record keeper. W. 0. Ww—Ctimu No. 101 meets la K. ol P. Hall eirery Friday nlghL W. T. Steele, C. C; A^H.DaTla, Clei» Visitors cordially invited. KXIQHIS OF FITHIA &-Naosho Lodse No. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P. Hall. VUltlng brothers Invited. .W. 8. Thompson, O.C.; Cbrls Rittec^ K.' of R. and 8. M. W. A^Tbe M. W. A. Lod«« meeu every Fjiday night In iL W. A. ball. Visiting brothers Invited. W.H. Anderson, V.C.; W.A.CowaB, Clerk. BOTAL HSIOIUrOBS.—lola Camp. No. 866, Royal Neighbors, meets sec ond and fourth Tuesdays, of eadi month. Mrs. F. A. WaKner, oracre; Mrs. Mary Hutton. 413 West Street. Recorder. WANTED—Stock to winter. Call on or address Guy Turney, lola. WANTED—Good, sound young horses wanted at The lola Veterinary Hospital. See W. A. Frazier. WANTED—Boarders In private family. Have modern house, newly furnished. Inquire at No. 1 East Erwin. FOR SALE-'REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Eight room residence, two blocks from square. S. S. C. in care of Register. FOR SALE.—Eighty acres, two and one-half miles from Tha>'er, Kaus. A good five room house, a good barn, corn crib, granery and cattle sheds, acres in timber and thirty acres in pasture. Price $3,200. Will accept certified check on lola or LaHarpe Banks in payment. C. L. Evans, La Harpe, Kansas. FOR S.\LE—My four-acre truck patch, good four roomed house, one mile from square. Alex Miller. FOR SALE CHEAP—Seven room, modern cottage, two blocks from square; short lime only. Grace Arnold. rail SAlE^mUmomllmmooum FOR SALE—Graite vines, fruit and shade trees. A. II. Brown. 515 South Cottonwood. FOR SALE CHEAP—Good Humphrey bone cutter. 312 South First St. FOR SALE—Today and tomorrow, good heating stove. 123 North Third. FOR SALE—Worth the money, fine Jersey milch cow. will be fresh in .March. lola Land Company. FOR SALE—Cheap. 3 table Billiard and Pool Hall. C. W: Rayburn, 1206 East Madison. F.A.A.—Golden Leaf Cottocll No, 462, F. A. A. meets first and third Wodnesday nights In each month In K. P. Hall. C. B. Lacey,|presldeat: Miss Mable Rbortack, secretary. FBATEBNAL BB0T9ERfi00D^ Fraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month In A.O.U.W. Hall. Visltina members cordiaiy invited. W.H.Aa> derson, president; Golda Blam. secre* tary. ^ Jnnlor Order Cnit«d Araerleaa M*. ehanlcs.—Meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In K. P. Hall. All visiting members Invited. R. A. Wldlck. Councilor ;C. B. Slack. Rec Secretary. BUSIHESS OamTORY^ 'JEWELERS. B. p. Pancoast, old reliable Jswelw, 110 East street. {ITAMMBR. Complete court at th» best school for stammerers In America at one- half price this'fall and winter. White for Information at once. McKIe School for Stammerers, 2706 East 12th Street, Kansas City. Mo. • Beflster Want Ads,. le a Ward. POLAR BEAR TLOtR Has Stood the Test Bccatfse its the Best Acce|it No Otber Wm. Oberdorf, Agt FOR S.4LEJ—$1800 stock of groceries and store fixtures. 402 South Kentucky street. FOR S.\LE—Two large Jinnies, four and five years old, and a young black lack. Inquire 0. K. Livery barn. La Harpe, Kansas. Phone 16. FOR SALE—A driving mare and buggy. Horse city broke, safe for lady to drive. Inquire 832 North street. FOR SALE—Mare. 630 North Main. Gas City. FOR SALE—Choice Duroc inale pigs.. For sale cheap, if taken soon. . B. Mull, Carlyle, Kansas. FOR SALE—Good mare with foal. Call at 210 West street foa REMJ. rnimooUmmootia FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for housekeeping or sleeping. 212 West .Madison avenue. TO RENT—Office rooms in the Stevenson building. Its Economy To have yonr Carpets and Ruga cleaned by TkeiolaRgg Factory Emkim'mHmri§wrm AainiBBitloa pot op to.eomply with the pare lead law. 103 Soatk Keatacky. Phone it3. £v«M Bros. MM*. oam. ram Where quality is main consideration, we-; buy the best. Where demands, will justify, we Carry all grades .and prices. Wa MmMalt ram •OilfH SIDE SaUAM ; XOTICE. All meters be read between the 15th .".nd 20tb of: each month. All bills for water, light and gas are due on the first of each month, if said bills are nut paid by the lOth of each month, consumer subject to discon- .nection without notice. Don't wait for a sta;ement. 'Tor .vou may not get it." Remember If your gas. water or light bill la not paid by the 10th you may be dlstoimected, without notice. (TAKE WARNING.) C. E. AYENDORFP, City Clerk. THE "POWER OF CHARACTER." Students of Business College Heard Talk This Morning. Rev. A. M. Perry and Rev. Harkness spoke to the students at the Buslnes.i College" this morning. Rev. Perry gave a splendid talk on the •Power of Character," proving meet conclusively that character was the diadem of Ufa that not only tried and brought all of 'the best of life, but also that it carried with the powers that were.ak'n to that of God himself. Rev. Harkness gave a brief sketch of Peter's escape from Jail and Qt^ ed the students to let God come Into their lives and set at liberty all the faculties of their lives. As these men are engaged tog^her in revival meetings at the Bast- lohi church their talks to the students were of intense interest as many of them havei been attending these services.

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