Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 24, 1908 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 24, 1908
Page 6
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•IBBIOIA PAMJ MCMTKa. TDB8BAT ETEllPIg, ^OVElntEB 84.1908. THEY MUST QUAUFY ALL ELECTEb TO TOWNSHIP OFFICES MUST SERVE OR BE FINED Should Arrange Bonds and Take Oat-i of Office Before December Board Meeting. , . County Clerk Culbertson yesterday [tent put tbe certificates ol election to all ufaccessful county and townsblp candidates at tfbe general election, fn this connection it might be well to call the attention of all elected to fill township offices that under the law they must qualify by arranging their bond and taking the oath of office. The »law fixes a fine of $25 for all who fall 'to qualify, unless they be prevented from ooing so by sickness or death, or unless they have (held the office Just previous and gave a notice In writing a stipulated time before the election that they would fall to ser\-e if elected. As there are none in Allen coonty who served a notice of this kind it will be ~ necessary for all to qualify and enter upon the duties of the office. The only manner in which one elected to a township office can avoid serving, is to assume the duties of the office and immediately resign. The trustee elected in each town- ship must give a bond for $500. the clerk for $300, constables for double the amount of money liable to be in Ills care at any time and the justices for no specific amount, their bond simply being for safe delivery of all books, papers and records to his successor at the end of his term. Clerk Culbertson suggests that all should enrange their bonds and take the oath of office before the December meeting of the board of county commissioners. In order that the board may approve their bonds. They will then take their office on vhe second Monday in January. OUB CHALLENGE! Cluw. B. Spencer k Co. Declare That Hen-Bold Will Cnre Any Case of Piles. By authority of Dr. J. S. Leonhardt Chas. B. Spencer & Co. guarantees that Hem-Rold, an Internal tablet rem> edy, will cure any kind of piles, no matter how bad. Dr. Leonhardt is the celebrated ' Bpedalist who discovered that the cause of piles is internal, and in glv- 'ing hfai remedy to the public, said"Hem -Roid will be sold only under \ guarantee that it will cure any case." $1 for 24 days* treatment. Dr. Le . onbardt Co., Station B. Buffalo, N. Y. prop. Write for booklet WA» FORMERLY OF HUMBOLDT. Parsons Policeman Who Turned Robber Formeriy Lived There. •The Humboldt Herald says: Last week Parsons was surprised to find that one of its principal stores Jisd been robbed of over $6,000 worth . of furs. Bilks, etc The town was - more surprised when it was discover, ed that the goods had been found on the roof of a rooming house and that the robber had been chief of polio^ Weggens. Weggens had disappeared and was found a day or so .later at Joplln. • Weggens was formerly a convict and whOe be was seemingly reformed . be wax^ using his office as a means of conducting a number of robberies. Beveral days ago a man from Chanute was here searching for Weggens but it is thought someone had start ' «d him on a wild goose chase. Mar shal Benson says that Weggens lived la Humboldt two years ago, where lie ran « harness store for a couple of montba in the Fussman building Iwek of Wedln's. Weggens used to , SD to mrrounding towns and steal the bamen and bring it here for sale He only remained two months. ISWEDNESDAYNIGHT Republican City Club Will Meet to Plan Work of the Spring Campaign. The' meeting of the Republican city club which the Register stated yesterday would occur tonight, will not be.bold until tomorrow night. The date of the meeting was set last week for tonight, but since that time it was seen fit to postpone it until tomorrow ni^t. A rousing big time Is expected at this meeting end no Republican in lole city, lola township or Bassett should fall to attend. The committee on enrollment appointed several -weeks ago will report and President Northmp will appoint other committees for each of the wards to look •fter the Jntereats of the club. STATE WILL NOT LOSE MOKE¥, Depoqlte la Henuday's Bank Were { Fslly Secnred. Toieka. Kas., Nov. 24.—The state of Ka uas had on deposit in the failed First NaUonal bank of Fort Scott the sain of $10,376.70. This is amply se° eared, however. The bank was en' titled .to 120,000 of state money as de- posits snd pat up approved bonds in tint smowit. which. Sre now held by 'the state treasurer to protect the deposit . It lis likely that an arrange- meat wtll be made whereby the bonds flSB ' be looarerted into cash immedi- a)»ly:'^.^rbs|B tlie sUte will take what ;1a 'diii'aB ,)ts^il«poait and torn the rest lOso a govsril- STORE'S iving Linens. Dress Goods. Silks, Gloves and Hosiery $5,000 worth of ppmestics from the great St/Louis $1,000,000 sale must go quickly. Come and take advantage of the special low prices on Muslins, Caliches, Apron Ginghams Sheetings Outings and Blankets. . v & , 1,000 yards rnbleached Mn.slin, 36 inches wide. Sale price, yard 4^ 1,000 yards Bleached yard wide Xnslin, soft finish ready for the needle, regular 10c value. Sale price, yard CJH^ 3,000 yards English Torchon Laces and Insertions. Sale price, yard ; 3^ 1,000 yards Colton Crash Tonelin^. Sale price, yard ." 2<! 0£:nuln<; Irish Table LInenx, bleached fine quality, 72 inch, $1.:5 quality. Sale price, yard 986 Ladles' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, full size, regular 8VSs quality. Sale price each ."i^ One lot Dress (•nodK in fancy and plaids, 36 Inches wide.' Sale price yard SJ.'i^ 36-inch Black Taffeta Silk, $1.00 value In this sale, yard 69^ 2,000 yards Unbleached, yard wide MasUn, extra good quality. Sale price; yard 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, extra good 25c quality. Sale price, yard 19^ Dark and light patcrns In Outings, checks and stripes. Sale price, jard 5 (i Bleached Pillow Cases, 42x36, extra good quality In this sale at, each 10^ 1,000 yards ?i'et Top I res, val patterns. Insertions and edgings. Sale price, per yard JJ^ Ladies 2-Button Clasp Kid GIOTes, broken sizes, regular $1.00 quality. Sale price, pair 69^ Ladies' Silk Lined Jlocha GIOTCS in brown, grey, broken sizes, regular $1.50 quality. Sale price, pair $1.15 Swpaterettes for the school girl in plain or fancy, regular 50c quality. In this sale at, each 39^ Fancy and plain Dress Goods, in all pretty shades, prices ranging from DOc to 79c yard. In this sale choice, yard 390 36-Inch Black Taffeta, extra fine qiialily, worth $1.39, special In this sale, yard 980 Turkey Red Calico, also greys and blues, from the big St. Louis sale, yard \<> Apron Check Ginghams In all colors, good quality. Sale price, j-nrd «0 Mercerized Linen Table Napkins, handsome patterns. Sale price, regular $1.00 quality, d»zcn ..T90 Hand.somo weaves in plain and fancy Dress Goods, in red. brown, navy, etc., worth up to $1.00. In this sale at, yard 690 Handsome Lace and Embroidered Stocks, all the newest designs. Sale price, each S.l^ 72-inch Bleached^ and Unbleached Table Linens, the .Wc quality in the sale at, jard 380 72-lncli Jlerccrized Table Linen, choice patterns. Sale itrlcc, yard (J90' Fancy Tafi'ela Ribbon, 5 inches wide, regular 3.-C quality; yard 196 Fancy Suitings for Skirts and Tailored Suits, elegant qualllles. worth up to $1 ..'>0 yard, n the sale, yard 980 "TYS-RITE" Is the name of (be new Taffeta Ribbon especially woien for Hair Bows. :Vannfar (nrrr8 hare had dlfflcnlty in getting Just the right weight nnd the right stiffness for a hair l>ow. This maker has Solved the Problem. We hare It In all shades. TYSRITE. \^ Inches wMe, per yaid .. 29^ TYS-RITE, Inches wide, at per yard. 33e TYS.BITE. 6U Inches wide, at per yard 39<* Silks, .'>00 yards o£ Fancy Dregs Silks in Kood shades. Sale price, yard 390 36-inch Black Peau De Sole Silks, $1.2.7 value in this sale, special, yard •••^ 890 Fancy Cotton Suitings in broken plaids and chocks good 2.'>c nualiti'. Sale price, yard 13^i0 Pure Linen Fancy Fringed Towels, 3ric quality for each 2-40 72x90 Bleached Sheets, good quality. Sale price each 390 All Silk Tuffela KHiljoni?, -10 and fio, in all colors. Sale price, yard 100 Curly Astrokau for Children'.CIoaks, 5 inches wide, the rcKular $1.7."> quality. Sale price, yard $1.15 One lot. Dress Silks In fancy stripe, suitable for Suits and Waists, worth 75c. in this sale. yard.. 590 36-Incli Satin Duchess, just the thing for party dresses and dress skirts. Special per yard ...$1.35 10-4 Cotton Ulankets in tan, gray, white. Sale price pair 480 10-4 Ashwood Blankets in grey, tan, white, soft Ger man finish, per pair in this sale 750 12-4 Alliance Cotton, extra large size, big enough for two. Sale price, per pair $1.50 11-4 Sycimoro WoW'oI Blankets, absolutely sanitary. Sale price, per pair $5.00 A few more Gossard Corsets in broken sizes, on sale at, pair $3.50 Thanks BIB Smim ofGMh mnd Fur Gomfm All Wool Kersey Coats 52 inches long, new styles. Spec­ ial at !|.'i.«0 All Wool Broadcloth and Kersey Coats in semi-fitted and empire effects. S|>eclai sale price $7.98 All Wool Kersey and Broadcloth Coats .".4 inihcB long, newest models, all colors. Special at $10.00 Beautiful Broadcloth Coats, satin llncrl ihrouRhoul. Spcc- i lal at $I.%00 . I Don't fall to see our new arrivals in Coats at «18.00, f20.0<», $25.00, $30.00 ' Ready=t»wear Apparel Fur Comim Special prices for Special prices for this sale only $S*00, $80.00, $S5.00, $40.00, $,»0.00 Hmw SkiHm Jumi InJrom N^wYork In Plain and Fancy Worsteds at 9L»S, $SJ»8, $6.98, $7.98, $10.00, $13.«9 Lmdiom' TmUorad Suiim Ladles Tailored Suits worth $2.i.OO For $15.00 Ladles' Tailored Suits worth $30.00 Vor $20.00 Ladles' Tailored Suits worth $35.00 For $35.00 LadicH' Tailored Hulls worth $40.00 For $.10.00 i Ladles' Tailored Suits worth $45.00 '^'".^^-. For $85.00 C^" ; fK**-' ChUiirmn'm Coatm At special prices for this Thanksgiving siile Bearskin Coats in all colors at .$1.98, $2.98, $3J)8, $5.00, $6JJ0 rhildren's Cloth Coats at greatly reduced prices during this Thanksgiving sale Hmw Wmlmim In Silk and Not. Also New Tailored Waists. 1^

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