Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 20, 1908 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, November 20, 1908
Page 5
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Tig lOLU'VULJ BBIgyrBl, FHTOAT ETEKlKfi, XOTHPEB n, im FRISHMAN'S 5(k Dress Goods In pladn colors and fancy stripes and plaids, choice, per yard, 29c 25c Suitinjs All doable width goods in this lot, actual value up to 25c, on sale i2c Ladies' $i Corsets Discontinned models, in Corsets that formerly sold at $1.00, at 25c 50c Underwear Ladies' 50c and 65c exr tra size vests and pants special at 35c 69c Table Damask Splendid patterns, 60 and 66 in. wide, per yardi 48c $5.00 Silk Petticoats Heavy quality black Taffeta silk, rich lus­ tre, choice $3.48 Commencing Friday 7^c Apron Ginghams Fast colors, in blue and also brown checks special at 5C I2%c heavy Shirtings Full 30 inches wide, all fast colors, 12ic grade at lOc Grand Clejpn-up Sale of Coats and Suits Those who have waited for the 6ual lowering of prices for the present season on ladies' Coats add tailored Suits may now reap the bencBt of the radi­ cal pricH reductions we will make, commencing Fri­ day moruJng. Every garmeut will be included in this clean sweep in our ready-to-wear section—three Jirndred elegant garments to choose from. Look for the Special Prices s THEY'LL SAVE YOU ALMOST HALF, SPECIAL COAT SALE! l-i<lins- $7r.'> Coats at 95.98 r-iilifs- $S..Vt (V,;iis at }((6.50 l^ifiirs- $n,:>ii Coats at $T.4)0 (V.:its north $Iii.Oft af S7.7."» (•,i;.;.< worili :it $9.8.> ?i :..tM. and Coats u(. . .i{;i;!;..'>(> (•<):us v.nrih ?2(t .(M> at S14.50 ami $2r ..iio Coats at.. .#1 Coals worth Jl'S.HO at $19.50 SPECIAL SUIT SALE! Ladies 115 < MI Suits at $10.50 Udles" ?17.:.ii Suits at ..$12.50 JlS.r.O and fin.m Suits at.. .Jgl3.95 Suits worth J2."..i'(> at $16.50 $.;ii.oo and |:!t5.<»n Suits S22.50 $100 Childrens Coats at $2.50 J>;.oi> Childrcti's Coats at $4.95 $7'.-.'* Childrcti's Coats at .$5.50 $:t.(Mi Childrens Coats ai $6.75 $1.25 black Taffeta Full yard wide ha«i aplendid finish, special at 85 G $K50 Fur Scarfs Brown, black, Coney scarfs, worth #1.50, choice 75c Ladies' Street skirts A 15.00 quality in blapk only, on sale for S3.50 $5 Child's Coats Light or dark colors, plain and fancies on sale at $2.95 Remember the Place FRlSHflAN'S lola, Kansas —New Post Card AlbumB at Mnndl>'. lolana Wars TtMrt. The M. B. A. iodce conferred decrees at iu meeting laat- Saturday night and also bad a big supper. Quite a nunber of vlaltora were expected from Ida and Weatpbalia, but only- a few put lo appearance., among' tboie being M. R. wyatt and wife of' tbe Weitphalla lodge, and Mr. and Mnt. Reynolds of lola. Mra. Reynold* was the delegate from tbls district to tbe last Supreme convention and is well posted on the work. She'com­ plimented the lodgn here on their work. sUting that-of all the different M. B. A. lodges she had seen put on the worlc, that the degree team here did the best of any that she had ever seen.—Klncald JDiapatch. —Frank S. Baattlo. V. a Pbon* Uf. Moves From tola. L. M. Mitchell has moved from lola back to his farm In north Lone BJm township. We are glad to Jhave him back in our community.—KTncaid Dispatch. J —Paper Hanging. Fred Rowden. Phone 1428. AUDITORIUM TOKieHT Short Stories •HBBBBBBS O r SSSSSSSSSB Ida Happenings -^Thursday. Friday an.1 Sa«urday "Illy, (.jc and )1 cajis will sold (or l<tc and L'.'.c. rvm-pcit .Millinery. Milton Lost Money. \\'t 'b\) City may los" HH loamio priv. 11. •Rc. lyHwrenc .\IiUon lost money «ifii I '.f TrlfiU 'ts Ia«t season.jtljonph his work as manager was remkrkaOle. Unless the league magnates [:an be wnvinced that a better flnancl 1 show ing can be made next year. The franchise may go elsewhere.—HTtisburg Headlight f When IB Doubt. •'I <lon 't know what to have for .--iip- l>er—dinner—lunch." How iiian.v times have you said that? .Ne.\t time just order ".Sealshiii'" Oysters- from the temptinsly rioan. Pure While Porcelain Case lieariu;: the Blue -Sealsbii.t" Trade-.Mark which'you will find at the dealers' btoreu. Kvervbody !ik»;s •Sealshipt'—tliev are no very different from other oysters. "Sealshipf Oysters come dire.-t from the choicest beds in the roun- Try. They are packed by growers who Utiow oyster-quality. No Tvaier with •Sealshipl"—just solid, firni nif-iti^— piumi). but not artificiai:y liioar»d. Tbe flavor and color are nalurul. The price is higher, bet the cot ^t n less, because you s^t so nntch more for vjhat yoti pay ••Senlshipt Sense" is a lMX )k!e.i al )0 >it . Scalshiiit • Oysters with some o|>ecial recipes that will make your mouth water—yours for the askinu. Fryer Brothers. Otto Hinze. "Our Way." Moved to lola. A. a. Anderson, the east side shoe maker, shipped his h0H8«»hokl goodi and shop fixtures to lola last week and will engage in the cobbler business there.—Yates Center News. ~Jtr. r. E. Waagk, Dentiat n»mt tt Known at Pittsbwro- A. A- Tajrtor. a fonotr'Pittaborg ctnettemwii jww m^larei' at *lala *r -Monday i )ii ;ht, which will put him on ih<- rctirc.ii list for somo time. His riKf.t collar bone was brokpn in two places, his richt choek was lascerat- 0(1 to siicli an extent that It was nec- fssary to take s^.-veral slitche.s and he received nnmcrouK had bums on the hands and arms. — Pittsburg Headlight. .V .Snap. We have a 1 roota on car line, corner lot. that we ran sell for Srt.'.o. $.-,(1 cash and lialance S\'t per tnonih at fi per cent. This house tcnl.s for iter month. V.IIIT.VKICR & UONNiOLi:^ Only 1750 on Pay Roll. The state has on its payroll a total of l.T.'.O persons, which Is a smaller number itan is employed by many private enterprises In the state. .These figures tire shown by a statement compiled in the office of State Audi- :<|r .r. M. Nation. Of this number, only I't" are employed in the state hon .se. .More people are emplo.ved at the Osawatoraie state hospital than are eniployed at the state housed The tdtal number given employment at the u.s;iwatomie state hospital is 2W. and T'is i.s the largest numlwr employed in any one institution' of the state.—Touekk Capital. Potatoes for Sale. Win exchange small seed poutoes, bushel for bushel, for com. Price for same '..'c at home. Large sorted potatoes "Oc. ^Also turnips 20c. A. L. Tcwnsend. Horseshoe Bend. Phone 992—42. Schlanger Buys Property. .X. H. Schlanger has purchased the re.sidence property of jPeter Fisher, situated at the corner of Kansas aud Olive avenues and expects to move into it Dflfceraber Isf. .Mr. Fisher. It is understood. ex|> leave In a few days for the east where he will take charge of a brick plant.—Pittsbur: Hejji^iiJit. —iMslst <va kavfur "H. g.* fle«r. Try a Waot Ad. io the Register Morgan Comlps. W. A. 5Iorgan. department commander of the G. A. R. of Kansas, will be In lola tomorrow and meet with the old soldiers. Mrs. Mor{nn is expected in today. Mr. Morgim fs vis ittng the different points over the —Regular 13 and $5 hats special sale Thursday. Friday and Saturday. Doggett Millinery. Prove Claims Here. .fudge Corey, referee in bankruptcy has called a meeting of the Creditor^ of J. S. Lehman to meet at the nar- lors of the Pennsylvania hotel at Tola at nine o'clock in the forenoon of November 25, to prove their claims, a {ipoint a trustee aiid transact other business as may come up. Mr. Lehman's debts are sclicduled $S,117.4.1 and assets as $6,510.50. Mr. Lehman was adjudged banUntpt November 12th. His friends hope he will he able lo get matterR slraighffaied out soon.— 'Humboldt Herald. AUDITORIUn f,ow pressnre ms beaters at K. C. Flnmhio; Co.'s »lori». Plucked a Roas. Alpha Hays today began divorce proceedings against'Frank Hajs. The plaintiff alleges that she and the defendant were married at lola. March 14, 1901 and that on Octohor 1906, her husband ran aw^ay with one Eliza Rose aud hasn't been beard from since.—Independence Star. •—Always time to eat at Onr Way. To See His Son. C. \T. Jones has left for lola, in response to a message that his oldest son was not expected to live. The young man is suffering from appendi- citls.-^Pittsburg Headlight. .—Sign painting, pbona 1428. . Fred Rowden. Sells Walnut Logs. O. C. VanFossen is buying up several carloads of walnut logs to ship to Kansas City. He is in the Owl Creek neighborhood today. There is quite a lot of walnut around Hum- <boIdt that is suitable for shipping.— Humboldt Herald. —Get your Post Card Albums at Mundis*.. Many from Pittsburg. Quite a number of Pittsburg teachers will attend the meeting of the Southeastern Kansas Teachers' Association wfiich will be held at lola next Thursday and Friday.—Headlight. -^annlngham A Arnett, 9 per eeot ffleaey. —Dr. J. B. Pepper. Dentist Flea* Itt. McKnIght at Parsons. Charles McKnight, of Humboldt, will address the meeting for men at the railroad Y. M. C. A. next Sunday afternoon at 3:.10. Mr. McKnight Is one of the most enthusiastic workers for the reformation of young men In the state, and is a very able speaker. His subject will be "Reformation vs. Formation." and there will no donbt be a large crowd of men and boys out to *ear him.—Parsons Sun. —FiUgerald Storage and TraBftor Co. Honsehold and piano raerfaffl largest vtore room in cltf. Phone IM. Returned to Newton. Frank Hollon and wife have returned from lola. whither they were called by the illness of Mr. HoUon's moth- .er. She Is rcitorted as very much to- porved.—Newton Republican. —Dri. Lafhrop. OalMpatka, Pkeae MH For Funston Banquet. The banquet committee of tho mer. chants- association will today conclude the hooking of the guests for the annual hanquet (o be held ai. TIK- National hotel on November 25. Tav final arrangements and the details of the affair will immediately bo perfected. .lohii H. Atwood who will preside as toastmaster. will have charge of the intellectual part of the eventng'a entertainment. The list of speakei;8 is exceptionally strong and that which General Fred Funston, the guest of honor, will himself have to say Is expected to be of unusual interest. The committee will issue a unique plate card on which will Tje tbe diagram 'of the banquet hall, the particular plate of each guest being espec lall.v dedicated. Those who have deferred accepting the invitations sent them have a last opportunity to do so today.—Leavenworth Times. Rooms for men. Y. M. C. A. building. Steam heat in each room. Baths free. Two Old Hunters. Humboldt has two Of the oldest hunters in the county, if not In the state. Dr. Harrison and Wn». Booe go hunting almost daily and have as good luck as most hunters. They nearly always get two or three rab- btis or squirrels and sometimes a duck or two. Each one is over eigbty years of age.—Humboldt Herald. •—Six per cent money: ao eoQUBls- «ion: so delay.—Smith * Twit. I Visit A. H. Schlanger. | Mrs. Julius Schlaoicer and son Manrice .of •Wichita, arrived today for « brief visit witJi Ifr. and Mrs. A. ,IC.< Sdhtancer.—PtttAurg The Stttodtrd aiABBse SPECISLS For Pay Day and Saturday Our showing of Suits and Overcoats for Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20-21, will be a surprise to all .Men's Soils good ail wool cloth, well made and trimmed, in biack and fancy patterns, these suits sold at $12.50 and $I.'«.(Kt, and they are splendid values. Sale price tMJlin Men 'if Snits iu all tbe up to date styles, patterns and colors, sizes 33 to 44. Want jou to see Snit.s at tloM Men's Orerroats in good black Kersey Cloth in all sizes at...i$.>.00 Men's OTerroats in black, grays and fancy patterns at $10.00 Sen 's Cravlncttes at 4.... i|7 .iO to iiS^ Boy's Otercoat all crjlors. age 9 to 17 years at |2wO (o |12,d0 Children's Overcoats, fancy styles, novelty patterns, age 3 to 9 years at $SM to *8J0 We show you house full of good dependable clothing, furnisli- ings and shoes. Kvery article guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Barclay^Shields Clotbiag Co. -THE H0U8E .UF (HIALITf*.

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