Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 20, 1907 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 20, 1907
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1 NEW I YORK ^i^ORC in fall blast. Spepial invitation to the ladies that iiavo not been able to attend this great demonstra- iion up till now. "Only three djiyjimpre, Miss Balfour will be pleased to talk "Oorsetry" and demonstrate tjhe merits of the best and most perlect fitting corset madO: Remember: 3 days . more-Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the A FAN. Frailly carven of scsnted wood. Upon th.v fluted, silken span, A painted rice field of Japan. day season. The bfflcerfl are now considering plans for a masked ball to • 1 .iie .iBin H large number ;of guests. 1 ,•*•i I ! . Thanksgiving Card Party; Thou art faint as the mist of a dn=am, ^ ^r. and Mrs. A. L. Jfoo^eheaU have Shadjes of lavender, tints of rose. Amber that the moonlight sows. Bosg of beauty driven soul Speeding, bfrd-!lke, over the sea To tell m color Its fantasy. Frailly carven of scented wood. Upon thy fluted. sHken span, ^ A painted rice fleW of Japan. —El S. Iveonard, In Boston Transcript.' • ! j Mrs. G«rbitz to EntarUin. 1 z ha Mrs. Fred Gerbitz has Issued invita-i ! l.ssued invitations for an evening nt I cards on November 28. i *** \ Entertttn at Dinner. j Graca Fitstperald jwlll KIVP n j .SIX o'clock dinner party tonight to In ' troduce Miss Hazel Paris, of Lamed. * * * Mils McKinney to Entertain, Trtiss >rary McKinney, 524 North Richards, Mrs. Oacar Poust. Mm. C. Mn. \V. H. McClnre. Mrs. Colborn. r. Hale. Mrs. A. W. Beck, .Mrs. lions, Mrs. J. Delap. .Mrs. .7. A. Robinson Claiborne. Mrs. Oeorire Bowlus. .Mrs. i Mrs. W. E. Lyons, .Mrs. K. B. R. Heylmun. iMr*. Sadie Thomi»- i Gregg. Mrs. Eunice r.regg, Mrs. E. son, Mrs. WiD. Port. Mrs. H. L. Me -[c. .HcClaln and Miss Rosalia Charles Nell, Mrs Thrashf^r, Mrs. Sarah Row.^,| The club will meet once each month, 4arias tbe wiatcr. CM Pmtjf. tb» T. C. Club vhlca wu to have b«e& •eteitalacd by lOs* Mary Rema- b«rg. postponed the party until next week. • * * Per Teachers Club Members. Mrs. S. A. Gard assisted by Mr.«. Johnson Devlin and Mrs. H. Wl Ewlng will entertain the E^-Teachers dub on Friday aftemooa at Mrs. Gard'-; residence. • •> •> Bano.uet for Lodge. Ladles of R. X. A. camp No. 1281 wl'l give a banquet for their husband .<i tomorrow evening at tha close of the regular iotlge geaBlon. • * * Line Party. J&raea Wood'.n Rave a line party at the Grand 'ast night to see the "Y" play, "Rebecca's Triumph." • • • W. C. T. U. Meeting. The fortnifihtly meeting of the W. C. T. U. will occur on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. T. New- ntnn. 422 South Cottonwood street. The program on "Savings Banks in Schools" will be cundncted by Mrs. Phillip Helgle. Mrs. Kelm. will le^il Iho devotional exercises. • + + Geo. Cervsr III. The many friends of .Mr. George Carwr will be sorry to lenrn that he Is seriously ill at the home of jtls (Mir^uta In Piquu. Mr. Carver left lola some months ago for a position In Illinois. Ktten—m Party. Mra. A. P. Harris was at homo to a coterie of friends from two until Ave o'clock yesterday. A number of the visiting idrlB were present as guests, and the remainder of the ladles were Is a.glaze o! fresil e^ggs and |nm ^granulatjBd sugkr on Arbuclijc^' Ariosa- Gofl^ that nveits appearance^ but keeps lis aroma and flavor intac^ and protqcts^ it from con- tamjqating odofs and the dust of 4^ store. ArlM2ckles' Ariosa Cofle« complies wSdi tp the r^;uireineiits qt the National Pure Food Lm -^Bdid ;Gu ^raiite0 No. 2041 filed at Wuliiiigtaa— Md : is Coffee Jakndedjor eci»oiny,.ff|atpf and hedlh. Noma ^tfCO^Mbfoldloosefay thjB pimudL ttmndsr any odUr BMne ^or by ai^ 'Othor penoos or r You have pur (Wbrd for it, that no one can d^p^icate it or sell any coffee as good; {6r anything pear the same price. us BUOa. Mair Zaik Citr members of the Sewing club. .Mrs. Harris served a luncheon at five o'clock. A corset that YOU will St Not oae that.nta you. A dlattnetteB add a 4lf- ferrtre. .Assuring every wami a better figure. G088AKD COUBT 9fn< J «Ht rcMlTed abether big lot of PfUionatniUen at the New Torit 8torcw Pat at Blirrell'a dnif store. Regbter Want Ads^ le a Word. in-1 tiona to a party of ladies for an formal afternoon on Friday. * * • ?«irsoBaL Mr, Harry T. |Mlller, of Mlnne.v)ta. Ma. has returned home after a! with his brother; Mr. Grant Millpr. -""* + + i Rev. L. S. Faust, of Emporia. Is a guest of his brother. Mr. Will Fau»t. Rev. F^ust was. pastor of tbe Reformed church here several years ne;o. Mia* Faddis to Entertain. Miss Nannita Faddis will entertain a gronp of friends at ca,rds on F'riday cVrtfng at her home iii Gas City. XarGlTeBalL . Tbe New Eclipse club is among the social organlzatidns of the city which is Ironing a noyel affair for the holl- Chestnnt street, will be at home to MKay TherBl "Where are you going?" "Ooing aftw a sack of Um •Mm PmtUMi Floor. My wife tiNmH ««e anytliing etse." iiumber of friends on Thursday ev enln*r. • • • Y Society to Meet. The V society will nieet on Thurs day evening with Mlsa Clara Hlldc- brandt, 852 North Jefferson sir<>et. Mfss Alma Manley will lead the tt*nv perance program which will be a tea tiire of the evening.. + + + Progressive Club Meeting. The weather last liigist interferred v.-Ith the Progressive club meetiixg which was to have occurred at the home of Mrs. David Wolfe. The pro gram will be given tomorrow evening. Thefe will be two papers, one on "Justinian and Roman LAW" by Miss L<ola Cart, and one on "Early Ger- inan Civilization," by | Mlsa Ella Welth. , 1 • • + Old Picnic Clu|). MiTs. S. M. Jennings, asi^ste'l by her danghter. Mrs. Idunlce Gregg, was hostess of a gr'jup of Udles yesterday during an informal Jtidoor picnic. The occasion war the meeting of the; Picnic club and it aoon an elaboratej dinn<;r Waf servetf. Those in 'the party were Mrs. Charles, '^n. W- H. Extraordinary Sale of (fiS^ Grade For Ten Days Only. For the next ten day we will give you the greatest values ever offered in Clothes for Men and Young Men. A reduction on each and every Suit and Overcoat in the store. Read Every Word of This Ad. as you are the one to be benefitted by it. Do not fail to attend the TIMtl^Y SALE OF THE I^ASON Copyright 1907 by H^SchaJSher ^.Matz as- Wc have jnst received a large signment of this pretty ware consist- iug of Vase5, Bowls, Bon Bon Dishes, Sfi^r and Oreameiv, Nut Bowls, pin Tray.»c, Cups and Saucers. Tliis is! the mOst handsome display eyer -handsome shown in lola. Men's ^iiits $10.00 Suits, now $7.50 113.50 Suits, now $16.00 $15.00 SnitM, now SI2i50 $18 00 Suits, now $15.00 122.50 3uitH, now Si^rOS I25.0J Suits, now. $22.50 Men^s Ov era>ats «10 00OvercoaL«, JiiiHl $12 50 Overcoats, now $10.00 $15.00 Overcoats, now $12.50 $18 00 Overcoats, . now $1500 $22.50 Overcoats, now $20.00 126 00 Overcoats, $20.00 now wtOU A apfoiil: offer in Rain Coats imd C All our |25 Rain Coats and; Top Goa '8 will sell at.. L Our $20.00 Bain Coats at Our $18.00 Rain Coato and I Top Coats for. i.. Orr 915.00 Rain Coats and) Top Coats at Our $12.60 Raiu Coats and Top Coats at A large line of Boys' and i • • Cliildjren's Suits and Oy. ercoats at red need prices durlDg this sale. Be sure aiid bjuy your Suit and Overco|at here during this .timel y sale. Largest d^tri^utors of Ciothing in the State.

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