Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 20, 1908 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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Friday, November 20, 1908
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Thousands have taken adva.ntage of the wonderful bargain event, from the St. Louis $1,000,000 sale. This great sale will continue until all these goods are disposed of. Such a chance to buy the things that you need at such low prices does not present itself every day, or every week, or every month. Take advantage of the opportunities offered. Come prepared to spend at least a part of the day. Visit all departments. Every section has attractions—'attra.c- tions that will appeal to you; attractions that will enable yoii to make mcmey by spending money. $5,000 Worth of Domestics Must Go Quickly in This Sale Muslins, Calicoes, Apron Ginghams, Shirtings, Dress Ginghams, Sheetings and Outings; all at> Special Prices For Satorday and Monday we offer extraordinary bargains in Ready=to-wear Dep't Ladles" Tailored Suits, Coats, Furs, Skirts, Waists and Pettlooats Big Sate of Cloth mad Fur Coats All Wool Kerspy Cnats iiirhes lonp. new styles. Spec­ ial at $.-..<M> All Wool Ilroadrloth and Kersey Coat:; In senil-fltted aiirl empire effects. Sprcial Saturday and Monday $".I)S All Wool Ker.scy and Hroadcloth Toats M Inches lonR, newest modelfi, all ••olor::. Special at $I(MKf Heautlfnl Broadcloth C"cats. satin lined ihroiiehont. Spec­ ial at *i ;>.(M) Iion't (ail to nee otir new arrlvnlti In Coali: at *1S.0«, |2(U)0. $3."».W». if8(>.00 Fur Coatm Si'eclal prifps for Saturday and Monday lf2r ,,IK), «30.00, *3.-,.00. lMO.00, fi»M Mew Sklrtm Jumt in from MowYorIt In Plain and Fancy Worste<ls at *:J-18, «.J»S JS.OS. $6.»8. $-.98. $1«.«M). iViJA Ladlem' Tailored Suite La-lie:; Tailored Suits wf)rth J"jr>.oii Inr $i :>.m) Ladies' THilored Siiil:^ worth |:;o.nft I'or lf-_'(UM» Ladies' Tailored Suit.-; worth J.I.'i.nO Hor W-'UMC Ladii-:.' Tailored Snlt:i worth J40(i() I'or mWM Ladier." Tailored Siiil:< worth Jll.mi l-'or !iCi;>.(M» Clilldren'e Coete At r.perlal prices Saturday and Mnn- tli-arskin Coals; In all color:; at *i.j»s, *e,9s, •nviH, i:>M, if«;^o ( hildren'.s Cloth CoaJs nt (rrpatly re." diiced prires for {Saturday unil MOD- diij. New Waisti ' In Silk and Net. Also New Tailored WaisLs. I ' w f Af<[ u AGENT',, I I ADIEStl0M[j0 ^KNALi re. I PATTERNS ^^^F MowTwiY sme BOOK rwee.^jy iS A GOOD SKARER Young Juvenile at Rink Really Ooea Thing* on Stilt 8k«te«. Hurley Monrr, the Juveiilli- HIUIIIT, who la III the local rln"k tonUht and tomorrow MIKIH opi'm-d laid niKht to a fairly KOO<I IHIIIHC and a very aiipri- dative onp. Moore doen ii lot of faiicr tkftthiR but hiK hext act IH on the stilt flkatcR. Thoro •;nvc been Htllt skaters hero who managed to got around the rink without falling down hut who could not handle themaolvoB. Moore docH nnythlng on them from a iVo-Hti-p to a waltz and douH It gracu fnll>. Moore'H Htllt HkatcH only have one nil'cr on each liiHteatl of two aH were thoHc nwd hy the Htllt aknter who appeared at tl'c old Htnr rink, iiwildiiK the HkiitliiK on Ihein iiiiicli inure ilinicult. ..Thp ItPirMrr nant tMilumn ran MU It rpitt It tir i:i>t it Uin qakkeiit i S.S.S. NATUSE5CUSE FORfiHEDMATISH The conditions and causes which produce Rheumatism all suggest a healthful T ^etable remedy as the surest and safest cure. The disease is brooght about by the accumulation of uric acid, an irritating, pain-producing property in the blood. This causes a weakening and souring of the circulation wldch then becomes unfit for nourishihg the body, while the deposits of uric add in {he nerves, muscles, joints and bones produce the pain and agony of Rheumatism. To treat the trouble with medicines containing potash or other strong minerals, is simply adding another poison to the alresdy weak, diseased blood, sapping it of its remaining vitality, and perhaps in the eni} making a physical wreck of the sufferer. The one &afe and only cure for Rheumatism is S. S. S. It is nature's remedy for this disease, made entirdyfiom healthful vegetable ingredients extracted from the rciotsi herbs and barks of the forest and fields. S. S. S. goes down into the bldod and xemovea cyety. trace of the cause of Rheumatism, cleanses and purifies the dircalation, and restores health and comfort to those who are aufiering from this painful disease. There is but one way to be'sure you are not dosing yaax <y»teiu with ftiineral medicines, and that is to take S. S. S. Book on Xheonatuta ami any medical advice free. IHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLAHTA. GA. lOLA WILL ACCEPT It U hiKlily probable that a relay rniM' will he arranged for heiweon th" Chaniiie Y. M. ('. A. and the local an- Noi'lallon to he run from Chaiiiite to thiH city on ChrlHtnuiH day, providing the weather permltH. The Chaniito Kprlnti'iH havi> nitkeil thidr Sfcrelary, to iHKue a challenge to II:IH aKvocIa-! lion for a race. Secretary Starkeyj when aitked an to whether or not tho: challenge would he accepted 8ald:| "We have the gondK; wc are not' plkem: tidl them to «end their chal-j lenge." I Th»; Chanuto Sun K:iys of the pro poRcd race: Tho Y. M. C, A. sprint crs may prevail upon Secretary; Traxell to Issue a challenge to Mie Y. M. C. A. at lola for a competitive re-' lay race between the two towns loj occur on Christmas, if-the weather Is favorable, and otherwise next spring. Local enthuiasts want to race with viola on a plan simlliar to that being arranged between teams' from Topcka and Kansas City. These' teams win runja double race between the offices of the Kansas City Star and the Topeka Capital, earning a message each way. Local sprinters wvit to arrange with lola to run a reUy race bfetween the two towns.} eatib man to run one mile, and there: to he two lines of racers going in opposite directions at the same time. The last man on either ^team to reach the other, town to be declared the winner of tho race. Secretary Traxell 1 R not Inclined to be overly enthuHiaHtIr over the dexire «if hlii protegoH to' run a Iwen- tyflvi'iuile. race In midwinter, but has HUfflcient (irlde and confidence in their endurance to believe ihiit tlicy coulil win. "I woii'<l lie willing to match n Hiifflrlent niinilur of our niemlnTra to run 1° at dlKtanee. aKalnat Inla or any otluT Miinotinding town, without any prellnilnary practice.", rnmarkod tho Hicn-iary to Tho Run this morning. "I belU.'ve thi; Channlo boys could otiirac(> 'an> aimlliar organization In this si'Ctlon of the afate without any practice of any kind." The hoyM of the "gym" are e» rerdlnKly anxious to enter an pn- durance run of this kind, and If lola l.H ef|iially wlllinB. the town can have a nBat<-l. on Its banda without further prolimlnSries. Readicker's Cash Grocery and Up-o-Pate Meat Market Oysters and Fish Every Day Try Holhind Rnsk, the Ideal Tood. ALL KI5DS OF FBITIS Wm. Rcadickcr Phone 836. Gari^glMise BIk. The Jllgh Sfhool Band. iboy:? already read mtisic easUy. Mr. Skinner Is fast putting tho hinb i llax TonMllltlM.' " Hchool band In ahapo for service. The i band will make Itx first appearnnei-1 Slarke. the young son of Mr. and ne\t Thursday when the Teachers'[ .Mrs. .1. .M. Rodgers. Is soclaiiun ineet><. Their rapid pi'otfri'Xii In duo lo (he fact Hint most of ihi> with tonHlllils, lend hchool. reported III llu Is unable to at- The World's Best Piano Prices Kaige frtin $5W lo $1511 J. V. Roberts, Distribulof

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