Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 4, 1907 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, December 4, 1907
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The man who gets anything Iworth having is the man who is willing tp go after it. M If you want something really goodand are willing to go after it, there is nothing in the matter of clothes that is better worth your while than ; Made w clothe* should be made by Leopold, Solomon & ELiendrath. Chicago. Sold by one good clothier in your city. tolM VmiQHamiy Hoaphml West Street, lola, one block from square. DiseaseiS of domesticated animals successfully treated,chvges modetate,good box stalls for patients Calls answered promptly night or day, 20 years experience. Veterinary-Dentistry a specialty. FrankS.BQmWe, V,S, Honor Graduate of OnUrio Veterinary College, Prop. Hospital Phone 106S Res. Phone 139 Qunther's Candies! Are Fine. See the Line. at SPENCER'S DR. J, F. JAMESOX, The Sncfossfal Auctioneer, Teterlnarlan. Mloinndv iinywhcrc. Vi-U -r- innry calN nnswcrnl ilay or uiRht. Oftu-c with IKMislnss llios. Phono 13. rr^iilrnor 4 »^v) 10I,A. K.\NS.\S. HORE NEW BOdKS Tlip Lion's Sabre, Octave Tha-Tiet The LoBc Star, K. P. Lyie, Jr. Ijidy of the Docoratlon, Hy Francis Little A Lost Loader. ny K. rhillips OppMheim Lore Affairs of Literary Men, By Myrtle Heeds LoTO Is the Snni of It All. By Geo. Cary Eggleston The LoTer's rinli. By Philctus Rrown JTother,, Owen XSlstisr MomingJiimes Whitconib Uiley The Mayor's Wife, Hannah Catherine Green The JTystery, Adams & White This Mystical Life nf Ours Raiph Waldo Trine fbe Mystirs,Cathcrine Thurston ' Mamma Lissle Will X. Harbin Money Macrir, Hamlin Garland Xew rbronlcJes of Rel>efca, Kate Douglas Wiggin Evans Bros. of Iowa Store Pay Day \WM Flour In all t;r!»lt's. per sack 1.40 18 lbs. ol llriui. Sii^sir for •1.00 Cans of liood <!'iirn for S5r 2 CAIDH IH G (H )d 'I'oDialocs foi '....35c 1 Can (if PimiplUii for lOr nroakfast FtK)d. :'. ii;ukai;«K for..2'*»e t;ood n. r. i>(>r can L lOc 2 packages Currants fnr .2.>c Uoo«l D. S. Meal per lb , liHc We hove prices 10 su.t the times and (can save you money. RcBpectfully, Al G. MUMMA, Prop. Dfftmei titer One hnndred ponndi ot Crya- tallca Till make 12 gallona ot tUstllled water Buitabla tor tamllj Bie.' Try it Iilalce&CeldStfiigeCi FRANK RTODLB. Mgr* loia posmess QtUese miglit am Osy Smmmiom P8nman8hlp._Arithmette, kioe4tioai BoQlMraaMns. EnsUvb. Jf%]n leal Ctil- turie, etc. Shorthand. Letter Writioc. DONT PMISS THIS A Good Steihway Square Pianb for $50.00 Splendid Tone and Action. Call Soon. Roberts Piano House WEST SIDE SQUARE. The"Allen county Hardware and Implement n^aiv North Side Squar« lola. Kan. Pay Day and OROCERY Good Things to Eat Tele |ihoDe 159 The Standard Ederheimer. Stdn & Co. Mmn'm Overe^mtm In mil the new mad ear root miylBm $G.OO $27M Christmas i Shoppers Boys and Children's OTercoats, nil Bcir patterns, splendid ralaes. 62.00 to 9 !).00. Children's Snlts In all the nevr dcsl ^ii, age 3 to IC years, at ea.00 to iJ7J ;o. A few timily hints for Xmas presents. Bath Ttobeit. Smoking JarketM, Fancy Vest*, rmbrellas, Tien, Mufflers, rnney Snspcsdcrs, Collar Ba?s, (;io\cs, JIats, Caps, Half Hose, Shoes and Shirts; all hiph grade ^ds, lint popnlar prices. "BARCLAY- SHIELDS CLOTHING COMPANY, MURDERED HUSBAND AND Doa. Molnea, la.. Dee. 4.—^Mr. end Mrs. Otunwinkle, a sectfoa hand and hia wife, were found murdered la Uielr beds at Falrport today, Tbelr sisulls wero crushed and their bodlca bnils- c-d and mutilated, tndlcatlni; that tho murderers used a heavy inslriiment. Tho rase is surrounded In niysiery. and tho motive U lacklnR. Tito victims were aged twenty-three and twenty. TRAIN COLLISION DISASTROUS. na 'tlmore. Pee. 4.—Three wore klllij cd and twenty Iniured In a rear end collision hetween local passenger, fmlns on'the'Baltimore & Ohio rail- mart at Hanover this morning. Some of the Injured are badly hurt aTid way die. The three M:ied outright were netrro track handa. The fastj train was late, and was ptandlng on a side track when the s.^cond train came arouu'l n curve nt a high rate of speed and crashed Into it "THE HOrSE OF Ql ALITY." SUITS In mil the now modelrn mna fmmh lonable color" lags $w,oo to $25.00 R. S. QltnLLAM, Gnenl GoatnelN; FlasBtone and Cement Sidewalki ana Curbing a Specialty. OMM US SMt JaiekMB kn. BISHOP TURNER WEDS. WIU TEAOH SHORTHAND Miss J. Kit herine Hartley will Former Secretary Gets nwe.ce to Mna?. WILL L.VNYON. Jr.. anl A. K. Lanyon. left yesterday for Toshomlngo, Olilahoma, from where they will gq Into tho mountains where tbey will EPftnd ten days or two weeks hnnt!ng lor big g.ame. Thoy went from here to Ncodesha whore they will Join a party of right and leave for the hunting grounds this morning.—^Pltts- burj; headlight. POLAR BEAR FLOUR Has Stood tiie Test Becatrse itrthe Bert Acce|)t No Other Win .Ob ^tdoff, Agt. Xilncolii ,T. Carter prmenta the pictnrcsqfle western play THE FLAX5I0 ARBOW. PWCES. M.itineo 10 and 20o Night « 25, ih, COo I Powell, the real estate man, has a few thousand dollars {b'loan on farms at a reasonable rate. GRACE ACRES has brought suit In district court against F. A. Howland and Vida M. Fetherlngill for Jndg< ment fqr |293 on a promissory note. MRS. E. Vf. aiTLER has been formally elected by the school board to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Miss Hallle Irving at the same salary as her predecessor. Miss Evangeline Ecton has been elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation oB Miss Bessie Miller who was recently married. Miss Ucton is employed at: tho same salary Miss Miller received. FITZBERMLa Slormge mndTranmfer Compmny Office 'lid Storage Ware Room al tS West Street. Phone 356 200 acre3,/about 6 miles from railroad town. Bourbon county, 75 acres in cultivation, 3 room house, etc Price $2500. All clear. 'VSIiltaker & Donnell. FRANK D. Arnold, of Leroy, Miss Katie Kamping of Elsmore. ar«* to be n^arried today at the home of the bride in ISlsmore. Mr. Ampid is a brother of Cbas. Arnold, west of the river, and Mrs. •W;H-.-Root of tlila city. lloliister's Rocky M^ountain Tea" purines the blood, regulates the bowels, aids tho kidneys, curies stomach rrouble.^. builds up the nervous force;* makes you well and happy. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. Burrell's Drug Store. You mtut order your Christmas Tree now ot Ewlng & Burdlck ta be sure of one. ^ I« Itcgistcr AVant Adb. Bring Beralfil. i You Don't Wsni j give private lesjons. System a specialty. r«le«*MN> mo. BO, LaH»rn», CAPT. Carroll will leave this evening for Chicago where he will visit his daughter. Marry Colored Minister. .M'anta, <ia.. Uc-c. 4.— Qisltnp- .\r. Tnr | to miss seeing our display of nice tbinjjs for Christ- lu our large and varied stock you can fiiid something Bena Pitma'n / • r.« r. of the Afr.rnn Methodist churoK.; sec tllein. H^gg ^^.is luiirriod bpre last nirl;t to Laur.'.' P. r .^mon. Th.' biul.- « V,TS formerly ^=::rr '•I'-'' bishop's socrct;> y and soci'.rnrt a For Best and Quickest Kesnlts Use' iljvorce fmn '-^r hu ^,.-.:ld. Ucv. Tow- suitable for any of your friends. We want you to come and the Register >Vant Columns. oil, to iKsrrj' TuniPr. Burreii 's Drug Store, "\Ve6t Side Square. Liviiiqstbn ^ Co Ueakracton iat BsOiee*. All kinds ot work, a apeclalty • Soith SyeuBor^' Pheie ISO CITY SEWS. Dr. Wmcy, Ocalfet MISS ETHEL Ctillison came in yesterday from Walnut, where slie has I'een visiting her parents for the past week. One Dollar in gtrript or Money Is good for $2.T0 woevh of &«nital goods i at .1. n. Mundis & On. Tliis offer clos-" fs December 31st. -• JAMES IXiCKHAKT. A. W. Howland and E. II. Tobey who were np- poliiied l)y thi> county rniuinlsMinners to view the proposiod nvid from the i Edwards" adilition ^) IkiKsett have reported ur.favorably; on the matter. Dr. Be #B *li«._FI^« Mt. Bee. 111. SHRKIFF C. O.inolllnger wiis In Savonburg yestcrdsy on business. P. E. ITaatrk, D^ntlsL Pkoae Vi. OIBee ever BarrelTi Drag Stera, THE CASE of the Cooj)er Lumber Yard vs. Chas. JuT;rles has been ai>- l)ealed from Judge Potter's court to district court. • See J. W. Coffey when In need of fine furniture. ' JOE HUNTER yesterday appeared before the county (nmmissioners and asked that they refund the taxes assessed against his house which was burned down before the assessment rolls were comple'ted. The refund will be granted. ' Three good building lots on Washington avenue, east'front. to trade for cement stock. C. ^. Smeltrer, Lock Box 157, loli ; FRISHMAM'S Unheard of Bargains in Handsome Goats, Suits Out coat department offers opportffnities socli as were never before known at this season of tHe year. TEe valoes are unnustakable, don't fail to yisit this department if yotf bave not yet selected yoor winter ontcr garment. One of the strong features of this sale is the choiceness of the merchandise, correct shapes and styles of garments. Every article offered is desirable and in many instances the price quoted isbvt a mere trifle of the former price JOHN SAPP. father of Miss May Sapp who was murdered on the even-| ing of September ^ith, last, and for • whose murder Sam;Whltlow is awaiting trial in district! court, was in the city yesterday. Get your Sanltor now, as this is' your last chance to get $2.70 worth' for |}. Deal closes December Slst, f D. MondlB & Co.< Free flirt at Lnoe^'a. . T: ^" • Women's Cloth Coats Values that speak for themselres. $C..">0 to IT.CiO Cloth Coats on sale at $10.00 to $12.00 Cloth Coats on sale at S7J0 $15.00 to $18.00 Cloth Coats on sale at $li50 $20.00 to $22.00 Cloth CoaU on sale at IliW $25.00 to $30.00 Cicth Coats on sale at .: tSUJOO $15.00 Caracul Coats reduced to $10.90 $20 CaYacul Coats reduced to tl&S6 $25 Caracul Coats reduced to tlSjOO $30 Caracul CoaU reduced to Misses Coats That Are Extraordinary Talne.s. $7.C0 Misses Coats on sale ...$3.9.'» $8.95 Misses' Coats on sale ..,..$l.7i $10.73 Misses' Coats on sale ...$7.50 $12.50 Misses' Coats-on sale $8J0 A Silk Petticoat Sale 50 Silk Petticoats in all high colors and changeable shades, also biack. tuil width heavy rustling taffeta; this sale will ai)pear to saving shoppers; a $G.50 to $7.00 Petticoats at 9LH 300 Mercerized Ratine PettieCiis worth $1.50; six styles to select from; von wi'l be surprised to get skirts of this Quality for Wc Women's Skirts At Phrnnwraal Sacrlllcp Trlffs. ?l.9:. CiPth Skirts on ».'\!o ni ^r.i.^j Cloth Sltlrti^ „,i jyilo at $s:.'1 Vr.l'o Skirs on s;>lo at ...liik^U 5r:^>'. Volto Skirts on nalo at ..$;.iO Beautiful Waists At IVonderfnl S;tYlnr*« ?i 1',) Taffcia Silk Watsls on R.MO nt fS.i5 .V.>f Ual.sis on sale at W.50 $.s..".o Net Waists on sale nt HJKt r>0 Sample Waists worth up to $ tn clear the lot at once, choico ...$iJiO Blankets and Comforts 7.'.c nianker?, sale price 30c $1.00 Ulankrcs, sale price 75c $1.25 nianke'.s. per pair 98c $2.01 Blankets, per pair $1.50 52.75 Blankets, per pair $1.98 Comforts- special at 9Sc, $lJ2o, 91.M and $'2M. 75c and $1.00 Dress Fabrics 50c ' 40 Pieces Odd Lots of this season's . choicest tv .'lO-iuch plain an-i novelty Woolen Dress Fabrics, some ot the very best dress goods bargains presented tbi^ year; worth 75c to $1.00 per yard: clearance price ...50c 50 Pieces of Wool .Suitn'.;s in Shadow plaiu^i, chc.'ks and mixtures; sold aU seasoi: at C'c to 75c: this is positively the booi bargain ever o0ered iu dre «3 goods. E-ttra special for tomorrow at 85c An important three days' sale on Knit UBdernrar. Children's Coats At Prices That Cap the CUauuc ' 35.05 Children's Coats on sale at 9L9i. fv.O'} Children's Coats on sale at tlM $6:00 Children's Coats on sale at 9135 $T.'>0 Children's Coate on sale at 91.75 , ^ Handsome Furs at Bar- gmn Prices S3;r>0 French' Ooney Scarfs on sale $8.00 $7.^0 Isabella Fox on sale 95.00 $G.50 Brook Mink Scarfa on sale $12:50 iap Mink Scarfa "'ou aal* • at ........ !KS.l $7.50 Martin Scarfs'on' aaie* at m

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