To Bank Pepositors and Holders of Certificates. In order to show our unfaltering confidence in the stability and general soundness of all lola Banking 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 %IM in For $»M in For $3.00 in For $3.00 in For $7.00 in For $10.00 In For $15J)0 in For $20i>0 in For $3.'i.00 in Certificate or Certificate or Certificate or Certificate of Certificate or Certificate or Certificate or Certificate or Certificate or Cheek, Checl^ Check, Check, Check, Check, Check, Check, Check, we will we will we will we will we will we will we will we will we will gTie you give yon giTe yon give yon give yon gire yon gire yon giTe yon glTe you $1J)5 in $S.]0 in $S.15 In In in $10JiO in $13.75 in $31.00 in $26.23 in Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. Merchandise. j Spedal Sale Tonight and Monday on Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Waists! All Proportionate Purchases Msde at Same Premium of 5 per ct. Exceptional Bargains for Tonight 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, pet yd. 5 U2G Ladies "Oneita" Union Suits in grey sizes 3, 4 and 5, regular $1.00 garment three day price, per suit, 69G Ladies' fine black cotton Hose, reinforced sole, regular 15c quality, three day price, 4 pair for 50G Ladies' fine Ca«hmere embroidered Hose, sizes 1^ and 9i, regular 75c quality, three day price, pair, 48G Infant's Wool Hose, black, sizes 4 to 5 1-2, regular 15c quality, three day price, pair, 9G 2,500 yards bleached Mualin, regular price 7 l-2c, three day price, yard, 5U2G WImtmr qumHmHy Homm Jour' Ml FmmMoa Book Mow Im, Solo Agomis for Homo Jour' malPmtiormom GAS Gin NEWS TTEWS OF DEATH OF ALOKZO SCHULETTE. BECEITED. HE DIED !N AN OMAHA HOSPITA BEV. CAMPBELL LS PBEFABING SOME SPECIAL SEBMONS. A. JobDHon Will Manage tiie Sban Brancb Store Herr. uou Bolifrt JoliiiHon Will Manage Store. Robert Johnson, ot lola, will man age T. B. tihannon'a branch hard ware Btore which he recently purchased in this city. Mr. Johnson exilerienced in the hardware bueinesa and will no doubt make a aucoess of the work. Mr. Shannon, of lola, recently purchased the Eakin hardware store of this. city. He is enlarging the stock a great deal. Alonzo Schnlette Dead. Dr. Swan yesterday received word that Alonzo Schulette now of Omaha Nebraska, but formerly of this city, died only a short time ago in the hospital in that city after a short illness. Schulette has many friends here who were surprised to receive the sad news of his death as it was not known her that he was ill. Schulette was member of the M. W. A. of this city and carried $1,000 insurance. Light Practice Tonight. The Gas City foot ball team will do light signal work this evening. They have been working hard for the enUre week getting tbonaelvea into condition for the game Sunday afternoon with the Cbanute "Go-Devils and are now content with light signal work. The game promises to be one of the best if not the best of the season. A number of Cbanute backers will accompany the team . Tearing Down the Hasson Hot«l. The Husson hotel'which is located south of the Missouri, Kansas & Tex as railroad track in this city is being torn down today. It will be moved to Tulsa, I. T., where the lumber will be converted into a modern hotel. "King of filory." "Kiug of Glory" will be the subject of the sermon which Rev. D. M. Camp bell, pastor of (he Methodist Episcopal church of this city will prepare for the morning services Sunday, November 10. in the evening he will use Be Thou Faithful," as bis subject. Suniiay school at 10 a. ni. Epworth League at ti:v5 p. ni. Channte's Hide. Gas City wanted a return game earlier in the season. The'statement had been made in lola papers that the Gas City eleven was sore over the result of the game here, and Intended to rough-house Cbanute if they could get the Japs away from home. The manager of the (ias City team says such stafenipnis were unwarranted and un- authoriezd by any niAnber of his team: that la- did not think the safety which gave Clianute the victory should have been allowed, as it was made on dead time, but that the referee and not the Cbanute players was the one who had made the decision against Gas City. He guaranteed that the Japs should receive courteous treatment if they would come to Gas City, and posted a forfeit that good order will be maintained.—Chanute Sun. Personals. Mr .and Mrs. George Eriy will leave in a short time for Lawrence, Kas., where they will visit for several days. Miss Pearl Foster will be in charge of the News stand in this city while they are gone. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Leacock who haev been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. O'Brien of this city, left yesterday for Kansas City where they return ul their home in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Martin \Vtiitson of Chanute were in the city yesterday the guest of relatives and friends. Mr. E. O. Broughton of the Rock- low district was in the city yesterday on business. NO MORPHINE FOUND K. r, ExperlH Say There Was No Tmees ot Poison In Perkins' Stomach. Lawrence, Kas.. Nov. 8.—The conference of the attorneys for the Perkins' estate, which was expected to be held Wednesday, was postponed until Friday on account of the funeral of Alfred Uliitman, one of the trustees of the estate. The toxicoigolsts made two reports npou their examination, one giving the reEuitg of the examination and the other stating the procedure by which they found the resiilts. The attorneys here have received copies of these findings and will go over them carefully before they hold their conferenci> and decide definitely upon the future eoi^rse of their case. While there is some inclination here to accept the fjfnding of the toxlcologlsts as proving that Perkins committed suicide by taking morphine. It Is recognized that the pase l8 far from settled. The family's Jiwyers have a group of ex|)erts who also made an analysis, and who. It l» 8tated, reported that they found no traces of poison. The jury wilt have to choose between experts. Also the lawmen for th« sonopany must not only prove suicide but must prove that when he took out bla policies he did so intending to commit suicide. BAPTIST CHAPEL CAB WILL BB0U6HT HEBE SOOX. BE lAUY AT TH£ FRIUDS CHURCH TELEPHONE ™™WAXT,_A^ T„ As an accomodation, the Register oPKriii avRVirv win uutn receives ads for Its want columns over SPECIAL SEBTICE WILL BE HELD the telephone, but expects the adver TOMOBBOW ^^^^^ '^^'^ office and settle ' as soon as convenient, as the bills are too small to warrant the expense of collector. Telephone your want ad t< Anxlllarjr Societies of Christian Church either phone. No.' 18 or 222, and it Have BaiH«d 'Mortgage '''''"^ on Lot. Chapel ('ar Coming. The Baptist church of this city Is expecting the Chapel car to arrive In this city within the next three weeks. It will be placed on the side of the Katy over which it Is carried free of charge where meetings will be held. The car is in charge of Rev. Thomas, an evangelist of some note and Mrs. Thomas. Meetings are held in the car each evening. After services are held in this city the car will be moved to Gas City where they will be continued. nap WAH7EO WANTED.— A Girl for Housework I Good wages. No laundry. Mrs. J. O Allttlebach, 317 East Street. WANTED—Hoarders State Street. at 20» South WANTED—Farm hands. A. B. Mull Carlyle, Kansas. WAHTED' 'MlaooUmuoouO WANTED—House Phone 1112. cleaning to do WANTED—Second hand Winchester pop gun. Inquire 105 South Second stret. A Bally at Friends Church. Members of the Friends church of this city will give a rally and basket dinner at the church tomorrow. The WANTED—Stock to winter. Call on rally will be directly in charge of the or address Guy Turney, lola. pastor. Rev. J. A. Laughlin. The ser- •— vices promise to be the most Interest- WANTED—Good, sound youug ing of the vear. horses wanted at The lola Veterinary Hospital. See W. A. Frazier. Tony AbTe'^as^aSSd '*;n police WANTED-Boarders In private court this morning in this city and as- family. Have modern house, newly furnished, inquire at No. 1 East sessed the regular fine for drunkenness. He took on "just a few" and went out on the streets yesterday with the idea of doing things but met up with Marshal Donald who concluded that Able would feel better after a few hours in the "cooler. Erwin. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE Raised the Mortgage. The Ladies 'Aid society and the Christian Endeavor of the Christian church of this ^city has succeeded in raising the mortgage off the lot on which the new church is being erected. They gave teas and did various kinds of work. FOR SALE.—Eighty acres, two and one-half miles from Thayer, Kans. good Ave 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 cheek on lola or LaHarpe Banks in payment. C. L. Evans, La Harpe, Kansas. Presbyterlaa ('hurch. The Sabbath morning and evening services will be a part of the special services to be held next week. There's nothing more Interesting or more helpful than the gospel of Jesus Christ. The theme both morning and evening is in Gal. 2:2U, which reads, 'The son of God who loved me and gave himself for me." Sunday school at lu a. ni. Junior meting at 3 p. m. Young People's meeting at 6:30. Rev. E. S. Hawley will conduct the meetings next week. Or. Hllscher, of lola, will preach Monday night if Mr. Hawley's plans prevent his coming for that night. Are you getting ready for the next word as well as for this? How can you afford not to be a Christian? What jwlil you say when Jesus asks you wh yyou did not try to serve him here? Come and help if you are a Christian. Come and hear if you are not. JOHN H. BRIGHT, Pastor. FOR SALE—Good runabout Studebaker buggy and good set of harness for sale cheap if taken in the next few dajs. in<|uire at Howard's Livery Barn. FOR SALE—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 time only. Grace Arnold. . FOR SAlE'MlaooHmmooua FOR SALE—Several good pieces office furniture. Saturday afternoon and evening only. Malcolm Hughes, over Barren's. Methodist Episcopal Chnrch. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Class meeting at 12 a. m. Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Notes—Mission -Study class on this Friday evening In the lecture rodm of the church. Will all the members of the church be on the look-out for anyone who need Instruction in the FOR SALE—Worth the money, fine way of life and invite them to our eer- Jersey milch cow, will be fresh in FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR STOCK—Three BrunsWick-Balke Callendar Co. Bowling Alleys. Also four room house and barn in East lola. T, L. Shafer, 414 East Monroe, Telephone 732. FOR SALE—Grape vines, fruit and shade trees. A. 11. Brown, r.lfi South Cottonwood. FOR SALE CHEAP—Good Hum- Iphrey bone cutter. 312 South First St. vices. Inquire about the "Win One Society." Remember that the Wednes day night prayer meeting is a good place to go, and the instruction will be given in methods of personal work. IRA M. BENHA4I. Pastor. March. lola Land Company. FOR SALE—Cheap, 3 table Billiard and Pool Hall. C. W. Ray burn, 120G East Aladison. Methodbt Protestant Chnrch. Regular services Sunday. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 followed by baptizing and Lord's Supper. Christian Endeavor at 6:4 .''i. Topic: Greed for CK >ld, Prov. 23:4, 5; Luke 2: 13-21. Preaching at 7:45. Special music at all these services. Subject of evening service, "Nothing But Leaves." Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Everybody welcome. FOR SALE—$1800 stock of groceries and store fixtures. 402 South Kentucky street. LOOBE DIREOTORY, KNIGHTS OF MACCABEES,- Knights ot Maccabees of the World meets in K. P. Hall, second and fourth Wednesday nights in each month. J. \y. Postwalt, commander; R.B.Por ter, record keeper. - W. 0. W Camp No. 101 meett' la K. of P. Hall every Friday night. W. % Steele, C. C; A.ll. Davis, Clai* Visitors cordially Invited. "^NIUIITS OF PYTHIAS^Nooiho Lodge No. 43 meets every Moaday S ght at K. of P, Hall. Visiting bro- ers Invited. W. S. Thompson, C.C; Chris Ritter, K. of U. and S. M. W. A.—The M. W. A. Lodga nieetB every Friday night in M. W. A. hkll.. Visiting brothers Invited. W. H. Anderson, V.C.; W. A. Cowan, Clerk. "^OYAL NEIGUBOBS.—lola Camp, Nd. 365, Royal Neighbors, meets second and fourth Tuesduys ot each month. Mrs. F. A. Wagner, oracle; Mrs, Mary Button, 413 West Street. Recorder. : F. A. A.-^olden Leaf Council No. 4^2, F. A. A. meets first and third W^nesday nights In each month In K. P. Hall. C. E. Lacey, president; Miss Mable Rhortack, secretary. FBATERNAL" ^BOTHEBHOOD.— Flraternal Brotherhood No. 380 meets second and fourth Tuesdays ot each month In A .O. U.W. Hall. Virfttaa members cordialy Invited. W.H.Aa« dgrson, president; Golda Blam, sacra* tary. •-• 'Jnnior Order United IraerieaB M»> ch&nics.—Meets every Wednesday eT-; eaing at 8 o'clock in K. P. Hall. All visiting members invited. R. A. Widick, Councelor; C. B. Black, Rec Secretary. BUSINESS OIREOTORY JEWEIJ5RS. ;B. F. Pancoast, old.reliable jewelert IW East street. STAMMER. Complete court at thi> best school for stammerers In America at one- half price this, fall and winter. White for. information at once. McKie School for Stammerers, 270G East 12tb Street, Kansas City. Mo. Register Want Ads.. Ic a Wor4. P0L4R BE4R fLOUR Has Stood the Test Becatfse its the Best Acce|)t No Other Wm. Oberdorf, Agt. 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 male pig^ For sale cheap. If taken soon. A. B. Mull, Carlyle, Kansas. Personals. Dr. J. A. Trowbridge returned yes- rday from Fort Scott where he has been attending the Scottish Rite ses- siouK. L. A. Thompson of Moran was in thej city yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cone came in esterday from southern Texas where r. Cone has been traveling for the International Drug company of this ily. Mr. Cone will leave in a short lime for the northwestern part ot Kansas where he will work In the Interest of his company, the Interna- ionai Drug cotnpany ot this city. FOR SALE:—Good mare with foal. Call at 'm West street. fOR REm~ mimomUmmooum FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, also five room house. KU4 North JefCer-suii. FOR RENT—House. Inqtiin- 403 South Cottonwood. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for housekeeping or sleeping. 212 West: Madison avenue. TO RENT—Office rooms in the Stevenson building. ARREST GAS CUTY MAN. Harry Dale Taken up in Independence | for Vagrancy. Its Economy To have your Carpets and Bugs cleaned by LivingfttoD e> Co CaatrsetOTt wU BdBtal, AU kind* (A voEk a ^padalty 9 Mk The tola Rng Factory (Independence Reporter.) Night Patrolman Butler last night took up one Harry Dale, found waa dering about the brick yards with the aimless gait of one who didn't know where he was goln? but was on his way. Dale was put In durance vile at the city hold-over. ^Tien arraigned this morning before Judge MicKlb- bln he said he was from Gas CHy, a smelter worker, that he had come here from Bartlesville in search of iwork. He was found guUty of vag- i rancy jknd the customary, fine imposed. He ia now reflecting on the way AaH«altla» pat np to eooplj with the of the traioffresaor aa tiie cttr'afvur* faad Inr ,i IM Satth Kektccky. Pk «M 4XS. EmUo'mHarawAro Evans Bros. OUm. mm^mimmm. Bmmkm, amImmiammmUM Tymmwritmr BtHimUmm, tfffflM tejwIlM. Where quality is main consideration, w« huyj th« beat Wnera, demands will juatUy, we carry all grades and prtcea. 11 SoHolt ram^ Trmdm, ' COUTH SIDK MUAH iaia. Ki 1 • I PI BLIC .SALE. '/I will sell at public sale on what is known as the Fulton farm on Elm Creek one mile south and half mile east of Electric K. R. Power House, half t)ille iio'uth and one mile west of Prime Western smelter No. 2 Gas City on .Monday, November 11, 1907, commencing at one o'clock p. m. the, fol- lowiug property to-wit: One span of large 3-year-old mules, one sorrel mare 11 years old, one lilackniare 9 yajirs old, three cows ail giving milk, three 2-year-old heifers, one yearling heifer, one brood sow. five dozen White Wyandotte chickens, seven-dozen other chickens, one farm wagon, one spring wagon, one' top buggy, one set double harness, two sets single harness, one corn planter, one 12-inch plow, one cultivator, one grindstone, 80 rods new barb wire. 135 shocks kaffir corn and 23 shocks cane cut with a binder and bound, five tons millet Oiay, 100 bushels oats. 50 bushels corn. '25 bushels kaffir corn , fodder- headed. Some household goods and other .articles too numerous to men- tlou. • Terms of Sale:—All sums of $10 and under,.,cash. On all sums over that a credit of ten months with approved security bearing six per cent Interest from date will be given if paki when due. II not paid when due, to bear 10 per cent from date. FMve per cjnt discouiit for cash. Z. B. FISH. Col. Chas. Bishoi). Auctioneer. Jno. T.. Wood, clerk. ' CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Nothibgs better than a •agazlnejor \ a frien4- For your magazines aa J. E. HEin)EBMI(, Fkafe 98. 414 If Buekere.
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