Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 20, 1908 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, November 20, 1908
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At ihim iimm WB pimom. ML Mte our enilrB lino of TmMo Uaonm, MmfiUoOf moi^ our full ^lUfo of Unon PloooOm 25o Tabl« Linen, special price 199 86c Table Linen, special pnce 27o 60c Table Linen, special price 66c Table Linen, special price 47o $1.00 Table Linen, special price BBo $186 Table Linen, special price 97o 26 per cent discount on all Napkins and Linen Pieces. Tliree days only—Friday, Saturday and Monday. See our Window Olmplay BpmoHU 60 inch semi-fitted Cost!/ handsomely tailored, of be«t black Keraey. eleffantly' trimmed, $18BOU 50 inch in same style io fine Imported, Broadcloth ..$tB.OO 52 inch Empire Coats, all wool Kerfey at . .............. iBtMM 52 inch Empire Coatc, find imported Broadcloth Ml2mBO 52 inch Empire (Toats, come in bine, brown and gray stripe, finely tailored with same cloth BW.OO bi) inch semi-fitted Empire style, handsomely trimmed with: silk brAids, silk ^velvet and buttons. Cheap at $10 00, on sale ..M7m80 50inoh black Keraey Coat, trimmed with sflk braids, silk velvet and bt^ttonf, the best value we have ever shows, on •ale 0B,OO Misses and Janior cloth Ooats in every new style, handsomely tailored and trlm> med in a wide range of prices, from $12.60 down to ].oO Bearskin Coats, in white, gray, blue, red and browns, from ^2.00, running into the larger sizes np to.BBmOO We pride ourselves in saying we will show yon as fine a line of Cloaks as you will find in any city store. Sjiae/a/ Thanksgiving Salm of MlfflifMary Our mid winter showing is now at its best. Here you will find everything pretty fpr ThankaKiving--beautiful large flat ef- ect8, trimmed in plums, roses and foliEige. Our Miss Crockett and assistants are.trimming up some of the prettiest things we have ever shown. Priamm rmnglag from $3.B01o B7.B0m If you are after a pretty Hat, one that is chic and tip to the minute with style, you should visit ! 113 East Hadison 113 East Madison V The Bigfgest Isn't Always The Best Tbe liifrgeht ntnre in tlie world mipht ni»t hnrt iwt what ynn arp looklofc for for that ChrLstmas pr^sand the chances arc that yon will tind it rii;ht in ..pur store. Vie bare made Oioarefnl selection and he^ ^lieVKthat we can supply ffae wantx of tbe nin^t fasi- tidious. Come in and talk tlie matter orer with n». Talk's! rbeap. TSk Jeweler NEWS OF LA HARPE FAKVEHS WILL TAKE STEPS TO PKOTEIT .UJAr >ST HrXTEKS. .Mrs. n'orlc). a Mir»ilonary to Japan, Is Hrre Vi»iilnK KelatlTea aid Friends—Personalg. mil Go to lola. Many of tbe local members of th« <;. A. R. will attend the meeting ot^ thn lola post Saturday afternoons Commander Morgan will \H? present. Cratneton, Eiginem, Surreym. Falljr aqolppad for all kinds of mmying, gsUmating, patent dnw- /ig.;feki*<pclots. maps, sidewalks, enrblnc ud (km drainage. Offlwi Oter Taaran." tinninise A^inst llnnterx. A meeting of the farmers living In I ho neighborhood south of the city bas hfcn railed for tomorrow afternoon in the .leddo school house six miles south and one mtle west of the city for the purpose of effecting some or- ;;nnization against hunters. A complete account will he found in other parst of the i>aiier. "tHiedlence." Thn sulijpcf of the sermon at the Kriends church Thursday night was Obedienrp"; the text tne ninth verse of the fifth chapter of Daniel. VAnd lieing made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him." The Interest .ind attention increases steadily, and the e.irnestness with which this ser- •mcn was listened to was marked.— Ccntributed. EXrilAXGE OB SELL. ;LIsl your property with nif. I have a large list to anlch from. No ex|)«nse uo- 1^8 a deal is found for yon. 1 haye 2to acrss In Neo- sio county, Kas. to excbangs fdr good lola property, r J. T. MILKS. JU««i 10, OM CMrt Baise, OSTEOPITHT— \s,_ DB. ir M. ALBBIGHT. Registered Osteopathic Physician. State Bank BIdg. Phone 146. Only Osteopath In La Harpa. Stoves Set tip adti; contiected, also aoj other gas fitting. Good work aai^ reasonable charges. Phone 29. tsfifiSi&iim Mrs. Worley Here. Mr.i. Worley, a missionary from .lapan. Is visiting relatives In this city. She visited in ba Harite about two .vears ago. KrvitaN Will Continnr. The revivals that are being conducted in the Kriends church will continue the remainder of this week and If the Interest demands, next week. I'li'to date the Intercut in the meetlngK have bwn very good and tbe seni-lccs have lieon well attended. Attrndi^ Scottish Kite XceUnff. Dr. J. A. Trowbridge and S. .Malcolm returned today from Ft. Scott where they attended a meeting of the Scotlsh Rite Masons. Will Hold keTirals. Revivals will be started In the Holiness church next Monday night. They will be • conducted by, Mrs. Mpggl'' Sbull. PersoMls. The Ladies Aid society of tbe Metb jodlBt Episcopal church held their reg- fular meeting yesterday afternoon. The atock of sporting goods' pnr- I chased of Otto OUlfest by Henninger Jb Son wis yesterday moved to tbe UenBlogep building. Miss Jane Kennedy and Phillips Turney returned to their home tn iWun sey. Ind., yesterday afternoon after spending several days bere the gnissts of Wlltlam Tnmer and family. U. BL aina was In NeodMha. Kas. yesterday- on a boalness rMU * .1. ..ia^.t.rf frWit \. - i..-- ^ Mra, a Hewitt;ufGoloay. waa here liMufill W ^ll/j^tt Mitt fprk yeatArdajr tin saeMc b( rtUtlvea. ^""l^^-T ^^im^ : ^ L lift jWtor »r • < Monuments! If ynu are contemplating the erection of a monument or tablet, call and see our new and up-to-date stock of Foreign and *| American Ornnites. We carry the best that can be obtained on (he market. Our shop Is equipped with a new compressed air lettering machine for lettering and tracing. Our prices are the 'very lowest for first class work. Call and see us and get prices. We want your business. J. C.C0FFIELD&SON Phonelfta. 220 West St. WISE. I' NEWS OF GAS CITY frill through southwestern part of the state on real estate business. .Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lee are visiting relatives In Geneva today. Seven Tears of Proof. "I have had seven years of prool • hat Dr. King's New Discovery is th< best medicine to take for coughs anr colds and for every diseased condition of throat, chest or lungs," sayi W. V. Henry, of Panama. Mo. Th« world has had thirty-eight years o' proof that Dr. King's .New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs anc colds, la grippe, asthma, hay fever bronchitis, hemorrhage of the lungr and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents fh< development of pneumonia. Sold under guarantee at all drug stores. oOt and Trial bottle free. The Krw Town Has More Gas. South CoffeyvIIfe, Okla., Nov. 20.— (Special I Two gas wells have just been brought in four miles south of South Colfeyvllle. The wells are the largest iii this section of the countr.^ md vl'rfually open up a new gas territory. This means an additional sut lily of gas for South Coffev-vtllc, Okla. which Is located Just over the sfat» 'iup from rolfe.vville, Kas. The frer factory sites with an abundance of .•heap gas fot factory purposes Is turr ing manufacturers' attention to thr new town. Mix Tone Bros. CinrntDon in equal parts with flour; lubject it to any test you please; you'll find it even then as siror.p; as ordinary kind*. Strength and quality —always conspicuous characteristics of Teas Bros. Spices—result from unexcelled facilities for selecting, handling and grinding. All of LIBEBTT. There will *e a pie supper and prograin at the Liberty school house >n Wednesday night, November 25, •Svcrybody come and bring a pie or buv one. Mrs. Pearl Biggs who taas been visiting bere the past two montAs, returned to her home in Michigan Wednesday. Mr. and M:rs. Charley Slack have moved to lola to livl?. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and two •hlldren were visiting George Town <end and daughter, EXhel, Sunday. There will be a pie supper and pro- jram at tbe Union school house, Nov. M. Everybody come. PIQUA. I -o OANMOM-aMirO are scaled airtight; the pure, rich seasoning propertiei of the spice aiy in tiie package when it reaches yon. O Frank Ri'ey made a business trip •a Parsons last .Monday. J. M. Purcell Is improving nicely »t this writing. Mrs. Carrie nno'.i and Mrs. Julia Fisher were In Yates Center Thursday. I Miss Lizzie Pishenmyer came in from Newton Sunday for a visit with her parents. Mrs. Lola Bunker of Burlington, spent the week's end with friends here; Misses Josephine and Elizabeth Konen left last week for Kanaas City. Miss Anna King expects to leave In a short time for Oklahoma for an extended visit.' The debate given by the pupils, of our school Friday afternoon proved most snccessfaL The lodges appointed were MIsa Jessie Land, Mrs. B. F. Sicka and Mrs. Ferris. Miss Stella Aniu Ixing was tte cbanning' lioateaa to a gronp of friends at. her home Tneaday evening In honor of ber brother Manrtoe who leaves In a> short time for Colorado. Games were played at the different tables and prises were awanled to Sirs. B. F. BIcka and Mr. J. BenneL A dainty Inneheon was served ~witb Miss Lonc.-MiM^Svir liOn^ and Miss Jeasfe Land preaidtnir at the itbXeA Xlsses Sylvia and Glessie Altlwtt WJII Entertain Friends Tliis Evening —Personals and .^ews Xotes. A. T. Ballard delivered hogs In Colony Tuesday. | r~ Mr. and Mrs, Bud Bane of near Col- t^tt•^t n- i- t i - ivii v tuvv any. visited at Ohas. Hoblnson's Tttes- ^"^ T. f • WILL OITt ^ , I SOCIAL SATIHDAY EVEMSG. !• red Eplcy and family hundayed at Alta DiiuIap 'H near Carlyle. j • , Rosa Smart and Bertha Yoho were shojipiiu In lola Monday. . ., • Charley Bowlby has rented the Blade farm for the coming year. We bear .Mrs. Sarah Burton and son Roy contemplate moving back on her farm this spring. They have ieen living at Chanute. .Misses Ethel and May Wllmothare planning on spending a few days at Thanksgiving time visiting relatives at Earlton, Kas. Ora Burton and family of lola spent Sunday at Mr. Jim McKlnneys. Rev. Campbell announces that there will be preaching at the Valley every .^und.iy while the weather and roads are good. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest M^lmoth eii crtaincd a few of the young folks ruesilay evening. Mr. George Grieves and Miss Delna railed on Mrs. Blade Sunday evening. Wo hear Allen Bnsmlnger has or dered a new buggy. Look out, girls! Mrs. Ida Howard and Mrs. Rufus Martin spent Thursday.wUh Mrs. Jim Mynahon. A. T. Ballard sold his latntis In lola Thursday. W. C. T. f. to Give Sodal. The Women's Christian Temperance l.'nlon of this city wll; give a social Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Joe Coman. Refreshments of pumpkin pie, doughnuts and coffee will be servpd. Barial at nalnnt. The remains of tbe infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Ijackley who died Wednesday was taken to Walnut. Kas.. yesterday for burial. The automobile which was hired to make- the trip, broke down and a rig at La Harpe was hired to make the rest of tbe distance. ' IT 'S J^ASr TO TllK » on good Jewelry. Biit not eVery stock can prove its value so well) aa ours. .Hisses Abbott to Entertain. Misses Glessle and Sylvia Abbott have issued Invitations for a party this evening. Were Out Hinting. G. W. Lamberton. John iP'oster and B. T. Wilson spent yesterday bunting south of town. They secured several rabbits. Personals. The Infant of Mr. abd Mrs. George E%Iy who has been 111 for the past se\eral weeks Is reported much better toda.v. Mrs. John Poster Is able to be up after being confined to her home with lagrippe for the past several days. Mrs. McAdams, of Independence. Kas., Is here visiting relatives. She was formerlv Miss Troop of this city. H. R. Wllllas. of Kansas City, was here yesterday on a business visit. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Marshall of Caney. Kas.. are the guests of relatives In this city. • Mr. and Mrs. J. O. t>alnter returned last evening to their home in Deer- Ing. Kas.. after spending several days here vteltlng. QnaUtyi Vcnat Qnantlty. If there I k anywhere that quality counts it's In Oysters. That is why the wise housekeeper Insists on having "Sealahipt" Oysters. The price sounds higher, but the cost actually Is lower: because you get solid meats—no water. "Sealshlpt" Oysters are carefully packed in steel containers with Ice around the con- ulners, but not in contact wltb tbe oysters. This method makes a truly astonishing difference in the flavor and appearance. "Sealshlpt"^ Oysters are as firm as when they came oat of the sea. taste like half-shell oysters. Jnst opened. You eat "Sealshlpt" with iiidescrib- able relish becanse yon know they are wholesome, fresh and healthful. Look for the Pure White Porcelain Case bearing the blue "Sealshlpt" Trade-Mark—It is and goaranty. You will tlnA them at onr Itores. We always have "Sealshlpt"— would not have any other Uad. Fryer Brothers. Otto HInse. "Oar W!ay." Praaeh at HumboMt. Rer. Cra«fonl..of I«la; wOl preach at the-Prcaiiyterian dinreh next' Sonday 1>oth morning and evenlag.. JRet. Crawlbrd kaa been here beftore and. <• weir llked.-jBamlwidt Berald. Because we buy with 15 years of experience, an eye to up-to-dateness and for spot cash. This way of supplying our customers with GEXLLXE JEWELBT fixes that fact In every bill. Just now our stock is full of suggestions for bridal,, anniversary, and birthday gifts. Genuine Jewelry is the safest Investment. Guaranteed. McNIELBROS. li^ Jewelers READ! 1 few hntred U uettoat 5*. 1. western laai at HtM aai mp. GOLDEN WEST UND CO. OIHce Over lewa 8tm. THE lOLA lat AliBf^^ COLDStORACKCa CRYSTAL ICE Aad DiitllM W«itir V«« Calf Slmca tkif %m VeabNMk niANK MDOLB, n^. Use No. 7 Flour Good as any—better than tDOM- Don't Forget Oar MEAT WARKET We handle only the best ot Fresh Meats. Smoked and Salt Meats. We Want Toar PRODUCE ftoaers. snd will pay the Utfaat iaarket^rl(|e in cash or trade. ObaM 31 and see ns. We are sole aflents for J. M. Bom 'a COFFees and TBAS If yon wUl clirs ibUJ|toa 4 tr |al yea vin as« BO otbw:^^

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