Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 15, 1907 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, November 15, 1907
Page 6
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AT THE TQ-MORROW, SATURDAY. Tailored SuHs $45.00 Tailored Suits, tomorrow, . J35 00 1 10.00 Tailored Suits, tomorrow, JJJj Q|j $35.00 Tailored Suits, tomorrow, J25 00 $80.00 Tailored Suits, tomorrow, jjj • $25.00 Tailored Suite, tomorrow, Jjg QQ $20.00 Tailored Suits, tomorrow, $15^00 $15.00 Tailored Suits, tomorrow, Sli 95 $J5.00 Tailored Suits, broken sizes, they ^iA lin all go tomorrow for vlUlUU OoBtsf DoatsF 18^, $7 $G5 $5t), $4 5. $45, $35. $25, >2k $12. .00 Carracul Coats, satin lii?ed, tomorrow, for .00 genuine sable squirrel far Coat, tomorrow, for. , ,00 Near Seal fur Coats, with skinner satin lining, tomorrow, for -....... 1 ,00 Near Seal fur toats, witih skinner satin lining, tomorrow, for j .00 Near Seal fur Coats, with skinner satin lining, tomorrow, for .; 00 Near Seal fur Coats^ with guaranteed satin linings, tomorrow, foy .00 brown and black Cari»acul Coats, lined with skinner satin, tomorrow, for. 00 Carracul Coat, with guayanteed lining, tomorrow, for ...' ,00 Carracul Coats, lined with extra good satin, tomorrow, for, • • • • • • 00 Carracul Coats, lined with good satin, tvmonow, for .! 98 $75 $^5 .$^0 $35 :d with $35 $25 $20 $15 Sale of Long Ooatst Seml'FM(^ai Loome Bua FMrnd E&eoim. I Saie of ChHdrdn's CoBiB, 2^ Children's Coats worth $3.50, for '., 2f> Children's Coats worth $3.98, for ;. 25 Children's Coats worth $5 .00, for '.. 15 Children's Coats worth $6.00, lor .. $ 2,50 2 ,98 5M :. 7 .IFO 15 bhlldren's Coats worth ii2 ,gS, fot^ tOmOO 30 Children's Coats worth $7.50, for . 12 [Children's Coats worth $8 98, for 25 black all wool cheviot Coats, 50 in. long, 6r trimmed in velvet and braid, special 20 ladies' black Coats, made of all wool heavy cheviot, fall 50 inches long, nicely trimmed in rii silk braid, special for tomorrow,... r: V.. . ^Ofuip= 15 ladies' black Coats, made of all wool heavy cheviot with large storm Far Collar, special for cn tordorrow, -Wl lUll 12 ladies' all wool Kersey Coats, also all wool broadcloths, full satin lined, trimmed in silk braids, full 50 inches long, special for tomorrow, $|0 10 ladies' Coats, made of nne broadcloth, full satin lined, beautifully trimmed with silk braid, 0|Q QQ special for tomorrow, only vIZiuO 12 ladies Coat*', made of extra fine'light weight Kersey, full ripple back, 50 inche.« long, nicely 0IK trimmed, regular $22 50 value, tomorrow. wlu 15 ladies' fine dress Coats in black, brown, tan and red, full satin lined, beautifully trimmed with silk braid, other stores sell them for 130.00, f AA our price tomorrow, pZU Blanket Sale Tomorrow We will save you 25 per cent on your purchase of Blankets. We own them at old prices. ' Come tomorrow. Big Sale Hot Waists New Models just in from New York. SB.98, S6.BO mnd 07.98. SK^^Ists Plaids and solid colors-at 93.98, 9^.98, SSJSW Big Sale of Sample Sklrim, Voiles and Panamas Oreat Underwear Weaiher Why not buy the best in the market, the celebrated "FOREST MILLS" make. We are sole agents for this section of Kansas. They cost no more than the poor, inferior makes—if you wear them once jou i *ill buy no other makes. *i Olir Stock Im CompMe. The Best Line of Olqves and Knit Shawls In this Section of Kansas. FRUIT TWEE CASE CONTINUED. Abrams D|d Get an Apple 'From I Trees. 150 MAY IHAVE UNION SERVICES. Fl'RXACES OJi DEAD FIKE. Charcheti Will Observe Thanksgiving ' • Time. Although no deCiiils arrangements bien made for the annual ThaBkEg^viDS , s ?erv "tc«« It Is likely WTial iyj known as tlif fruit tree case was continued this niornini; in Judge Potljar's court for fifteen days.; that Re\^. J. M. ^^a«o^ will preach a The case was hrouRht through Atlor- j sorinon Jiud that the services will be iiey J. R. Miller fo/ C. A. McDowell, I h<Id In the Christian' church. Sav- asain'st .\1 Abratns to nct>vi>r $ia duel^ral yeajs az^ an arrangement was him for fruit trT-c-". Tlie purchased "'»''(> wlier'J'y tire ministers should •«as made several years a::o. Ii is .sah?, titke lurt .K in preaching tie Siernion. tli.nt Mr. Ajninis' defense wl'l he thuilTliio year Is It: Hev. .Mason's turt to out of lh«' ir.O trees purchased h-'P^Jach seruioii. This arraifge- dld not s<»o"re a Blngle apple this \ 'uent Is ^ubjeet to cnang.*, year. The case was to have bwu tried today tiut Attoni?y J, b. Barnes appeared fpr the defendant imu asked for a «oatiuuauce. 0PE5 City CoBodll Will .M^-f Tonluht DfiirnK!! rurblnir. TIJU cfty is eaid tba der disputie. today. 4 f- BIDS «X rrHBIMu council ••will meet tonight to open bid ^ on the curbing on South Walnut etr'et. This Is the curbing which has I e«n in dispute for mouths. This morning no bids had been filed. U tlie American Concrete LAiOft LEADERS TO COME Siiu Brt;mlett* of West Mineral, joue (>.' thn odIc?m of tli« Kansas S nti '<iHliorj of \»\tnr will address the laltor tiulOns and all those IntertMted {Itj labor ^loveinent :n Central Lubor tofllall on ;s'ovcinber 2DUi. Hcnrj- M. Walker, vho ^ prominent In lalior circ'es Is billed tor an address l^re on December third. cotdpany, who put la the curbing un- will; put ill a second bii Ttaelr reprdsentaUye waJs In tbe Cherokee Smelters at Gas City Will Be Closed Until Pumping Plant is Finished. The Cherokee smelters at Gas City today put all of their furnaces ov dead fire. The furnace* will remain on dead fire until the coVnpletlou of tba pumping plant which Is being constructed by the Readlcker Drilling comi>any on the Shaffer -farm north of lola. .Most of the furnaces have been on dead fire for some time because of the low gas prwsure. but twlay al of iheiu wen» put ou dead fire. Ir was stated Itxlay by the supt^rln- ttndent of the Cherokfe sineltcrn that all uf the furnaces would hi flretl again as soon as the punipliir plant could IK> • oumpletod which probably will be al>out tho first of December. It expelit all poisons, stimulates the internal, ofgans. cjeanses the systleni and purifies the blood. Such Is Hol- llstei^ Boeky MounUin Te&. the mist i«. prerentaUve of disease. Storei- Iffearjor Tablets. Burrell's Dkg «6 are now l>eiug sold in.the new First uddiiioQ tp.MUdred. Today deeds were filed in the register of deeds ot- Gce showing the transfer of two lots to RussfII CniibisoD and company. Mr. Cubbls^ii conducts! a general merchan- dlfse store at Mitdred. It Is expected that as the cemeiit plant is erected lo^ In ^8 addlttoa wlil- be ia demaad. MISS M0R6AN SUPERB "Woman of Mystery" One of the Best of Theatri/al Season. "A Wpnian of M/ster; " with .MI?s ' Courtenay -Morgan in the title' role I played to a fair sized house at the Grand theatre last night. Those who were present were given a rare treat In dramatic presentation. Miss Morgan was well supported and the stage nt:d scenic effects wsro beautiful. The French setting and tne elaborate cus- tunii's of the p4«rlort In the play were a decldoti change from the u<i:al play which appears in lo'a. In the Interpretation of the cbnr ncter of .\yeshu. Miss Morgan satis- lied the niost critlcaT. She exhibited Kuperh art lu the ra.inner in which she did the emotional parts nt the ploy. In the strong clliunxes MIm Morgan wa.^ eqnni to the occasion. TR the Judgment of thoae/wLo witnessed the production Ml6<: Morgan was in accord with the spirit of the play. The work of Mr. Roy D. Way was especially worthy of commendation. Tn tbe role of Monsieur Morreli, a man of the w^orld, he fully interpreted tlie character ot tbe Frendi eour tier of •he time of tne arand Mon- PISOS CURE Colds on the Chest are the foreninnen of consttniption. A bad cold and its iaerhable accompaniment,—the hacking, tearing cough, respond ta^idlr to the toothing. healio|( influences of Piio'* Cure. Becsosc el its 1 unequalled efiicacy tn the treatment of throat -aod haar diwaies, together with its agreeable taste and freedom troin bmra iiwredi- I cms, Kso 's Cure is the ideal rcmcdjr for men, woMi end chndita. ' There is no cold, cough, throat or hmg trouUe tbtt will not be 0*icUy tellevadi by tUrn'm Cw <e , COUGHS COLD Uatht of All Klndsi. Denicomb Bath Boose aod liietil Well (liOO Feet Deep.) I Located at Ith and Scott Ave.. Fort Scott. Kanaaa. This water PnsHlTely Carca BhciMtliM, BriKkfl I»I MH«, Stomach TroBble aa4 Acae< Prof. J. Bishop, tbe nest (elebrated Massagtit and Hyirtpath. bt bi the Coantry, la •tteaiaaee irtrlaf Mnacc; WITEB sniPPED IX FHE (») GALLON lOlfLES OHLT. E .oaaoom9i the IUB0lfster ^

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