Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 10, 1907 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 10, 1907
Page 6
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Aff0ln ia ^he Frontl This time it's a lucky puj and beginnipg tomo Aw nu „_of **High Art" Coats, AT EXACII.Y HiOfN ACTUAL VALUE, ig, we will place this entire collection of higb^lass g||phients on sale PHoel I In justice to ourselves, we must ask you not to confuse th!s sale with the mkny reduction sales so freely ad.yertised at this time. In point of style, quality and actual value-giving this sale will surpass^ anything that you have seen in years—an event that is really worthy of the attention of discriminating women. "High AK" Coats are in a class by themselves—models of exact elegance in designing and draping-~distinctive creations intended for sale in only the finest and most exclusive specialty stores. Made of fine quality Broadcloths and English Kerseys, in black, brown, russet, tan, castor, red and grey, all are richly trimmed and lined throughout with fine satin. We Offer the Entire Purchase in Three Great Lots! Long Coats That Avere intended to retail at 2 !18.00 and 120.00. In this sale, Long Coats That were intended to retail at |22.yO and 125.00. In this sale. $13.95 Loas Coats That were intended to retail at |30.00 and $35.00. In this sale, $17.95 ciAies this far west. The.€B» Ctty" people will not fail to bear him while they.c^ . Do Your Xmas Shopping Now 12 More Shopping DaySm We Originate end Lead; Oihers Copy and Foiiow. WAMTSi srruATioiss WANTED Advftriseraonts under this head will III- iiiscrlod three times without charge. 1 — • , AVAXTED—Washing to do; 901 North State. V\'.\NTED—Family ironinf; to do in lola, Gas or I^a Harpe. Address M. ' -.I'lnui. Giis, Kansas. '>\-AXTEI>—Place lo do general 1 .usowork by I'J year old girl. Inquire ;,r this office. South Kentucky; also- lunch counter car. Going away. Inquire 320 South Kentucky. • * b «» FOR SALE—?1800 stocli of groceries and store flstui;es. 402 South Kentucky street FOR SALE—A driving mare and buggy. Horse city brcfe, safe for lady to drive. Inquire 832 Horth street. H£LP WAMTED FOR REtn '^mimpmUmmmoam FOR RENT—House and barn. South Kentucky. Phone 998 ^—2. AVANTED—Second hand Winchester Tup i'MH. Inquire 105 South Second FO.^ SALE-'REAL ESTAlt lOR SALE—Good runabout Stude- VaKcr buesy and'good set of harness f r sale cheap if taken in the next f<\v days. Inquire at Howard's Liv- try Barn. FOR S ALE —Good mare with toaL Call at 21jO West {street FOR SAiE^mistalli FOR SALE OR TRADE OR RENT— Furnishings in tlie Baltimore House, vith lease. Inquire 209 South Biiek- cxe. • FOR SALE— My restaurant at 201 South street, FOR S.'O^E—No. 1 good heating stove; gas. /or (ijoal; a perfect stove. 2fi'J Souik :StadisjJ^e^ FOR jiients,'t' nnc. Sinel FOB SAtiB" et once, eqi p on ?10 pay- lots on trolley FOR RENT—Desk room; best oflBce In lola. Address Box 157. FOR R^NT-Eight room house on car line. Wheeler Heights. Modern. .Newly papered and tarnished. Inquire of W. A. \\'heeler at The loja Portland Cement comimny. NEWS OF LA HARPE II. .M. ILIXE SITFEKIXG FROM AX IXJIBED .V3fKLE.i MANY WILL HEAR |WKIT£$IDE MAXY LA IIARPE PEOPLE ARE TO ATTEXD PLAY L\ lOLl. Old Plantation Qaartett Pleased the Audleuro Last Mght— Personals. STILWED—Four year, old bay mare, weight 1100. foretop clipped, rlpht hind foot white. Finder return 412 South State street or phone 600. MISS HALLIE Jones leaves this evening for Chanute.' ;;^TTORNEY E. W.; Cantrell has Ifefiild' into the ofQce; with D. B. D. Smeltzer over the Perham store. Was Etamined by X.ray. H. .\I. Cllne returned yesterd /jy from ^Nevada, Mo., whore his auKle which was badly hurt In a runaway laBt full was examined under an X-ray. it was- discovered that the ligaments in M» ankle had been badly sprained and one of the bones In his ankle •was broken. .Mr. Cllne will follow the advice given him and will not use the ankle for several months. predated last evening. A Farewell Party. .Mr. and .Mrs. Dick of this city will entertain next Tuesday night in }ionor of Miss Minnie Vandanacker who will leave in a short time for Caldwell. Okla.. where she will make her future home. 3Ilss Vandanacker is a very jiopular young lady and has many friends here who regret that she is to leave. LETTIXG COSTBACTS. State Board of Control Buyln^r Provisions for Charitable Instintlons. Will Hear Whiteside. JIany La Harpe people are planning on going to lola Wednesday night to hear Walker Whiteside in "The Claim of Blood." This promises to be the best atraclion this season. La Harpe is well represented at the better shows at the Grand in lola. Was Fined in Police Court A La Harpe young nian was arraigned in police court yesterday morning on the charge of drunkenness. He was fined by Police Judge Clevenger and released. The fine was and costs. imm IV •For horses less Itf^ on Its Economy ' To have yonrJCarpets and Bugs desped by - 4 neiobRofiFaetory win Hold an All -Day Meetinir. The members of the Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church are planning for an all-day meeting to be held in the church t)ecember 12th. The ladies will quilt and do other such similar work. The ladies wjll prepare luncheon and st^y all day. For Exchange—Eighty acres of botom land, well Improved, adjoining I the town of Cloverdale. Chautauqua I county. Kansas, for lola property. L. . Hobart. Personals. Walter McGiunis and Omer Estes returned from .Moran yesterday. W. O. Lenhart wont to Fort Scott on business this morning. L. J. James, of Kansas City, was the guest of relatives here yesterday. U. I. Teters of Wichita, was here yesterday on business. 1... R Ranger, of Kansas City, was here on business. Xm^m Opening of LmHmrpe Rmolhi DaOm Cut prices. <lld PbihMsB Qaartet Pleased. The singing of the members ot the Old Plantktion Quartett, the third number on the lecture course, was well received by a large and enthusiastic audience. The voices of the singers not only blend well but each member is a solo artist Their old plantation songs wer«.Biore tban ap- XotJce W. 0. W. The Uniform Rank of W. O. W. will give an oyster supper and dance In .Masonic hail Friday night. All W. O. W. members and their invited friends tre cordially invited to attend -*hia affair and hare a good time. FViBcy drill by Uniform team and plenty of good music by W. O. W. band. The supper will be free. Price for dancers will be twenty-five cents a couple. Come and have a gpod itlme. COMMITTfca Walker JThltMide at tfee 6nu^ U- Topeka. Dec. 10.—The state board of control today began letting contracts for supplies for the nine state charitable institutions for the ensuing six months. Supplies to the amount of probably |350,000 will be contracted for. There is an unusually large number of bidders and meml>ers' of the board anticipate buying goods a little cheaper than they did at the .lune letting. Dry goods contracts are being let today. REPAIRING THE CITY SCREETS CASE AFTER CASE. Plenty More Like Th's In Ida. Scores of lola people can tell you about Doan's Kidney Pills. Many a happy citizen makes a public statement of his experience. Here is a case of It. What letter proof of merit can be had than such endorsement? Jo.seph Stephens, of 318 West Monroe street, lola. Kansas, says: "The prompt action of Doan's Kidney Pills should recommend them to' anyone suffering from their back or kidneys. I procured this, remedy at Chas. B. Spencer & Co.'s drug store and its use brought me great relief from pain in my back and other evidences of a dlsturl>ed condlton of the kidneys., In my estimation Doan's Kidney Pllla are the banner kidney remedy, and I give them my emphatic endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-MIIburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's and take no other. A COMMISSION FOR CHILDS. Kansas City. Dsc. 10.—W. R. Chllds, postmaster of the iWest side, received .a telegram from Washington last night saying that his appointment had been confirmed by Congress. His term will expire four years from yes terday. FILES CURED DT • TO 14 DATS. POZO lONTllKNT la guaranteed to core any ease o( Itehiog. Blind. Bleeding or Protrndlng'PllM la < to 14 days or-aioM7 nftnutod. Ne. < O-OUSSiaJfERS JkRE CEIMXG AXP iTTTlXG IX XEW CBOSV'X'JS. Kd Inly WIU Move to Far.u-Per- sonal and Other Sews Xotes. Ed. Hunter Will Sing at lola. Ed Hiinter of this city will sing in the Presbyterian church tonight This will be In connection with the Judge Willis Brown lecture. Ed is a good singer and a number of Gas City people are planning to hear him. ' Dick Ward Hurt Dick Ward, a farmer living southeast of this city, was kicked in the face Sunday while leading a horse to his residence from the pasture south of the home. The horse's hoof struck him in the tace, breaking his nose and cutting his upper lip . Although the injuiics are very painful they are not thought to be serious. Mrs. Barter IlL Mrs; F. a. Barter was taken very ill last night and for some time her reeoVery was doubtful. She is snb- hear trouble and this.was the cau^:of her sudden illness. She is better today. . iL.-^.,-^ prof. Bamsey Betams Home. i'tot. H. D. Ramsey returned to his home-in Lawrence. Kas., Saturday. He js now attending the state university," , His many frirads here were . glad to see him and learn tbst' be is doin^ nicely. Are Putting In Crosshigs. • .Sjreet Commissioner Moomey was bxfss yesterday cleaning the gutters and streets and putting In new crossings where needed. It will take several days to complete the work ot putjdg in crossings. Attended lola Lodge. ' . Several members of the Knights of Pythias in Gas City attended lodge at lola last night Hve'new applica- ttoiia were read before the lodge. Ac- • tlon'on these new members will l^e taken next Monday night WJU Xove to Farm. Ed Lucky is preparing to move to,, his farm south of town next week. Mr. Lucky has been manager of the Coop^'^ er Lumber company for several years.- Gas City will be his headquarters. He"" will continue to trade here. O'Connor Is Home; .Mayor O'Connor returned _ from IJavtlisville. I. T., yesterday where he has been on business for several days His store building which he has rented i:> nearly completed and will be ready for occupancy in a few days. Will Hear Walker Whiteside. Many Gas City young people are planning on bearing Walker Wlilte- side in "The Claim of Blood" on Wednesday evening. \VhIteside Is supposed to be one of the greatest actors on the American stage and seldom Personals. George Abbott and others left yesterday for liartlesville where they-' wlll'make their home. j: D. Gibson returned to Mildred, yesterday. '<!MlVSS? Mrs. W. H. Mathias of Channte wasr, visiting here Sunday. r i H. Parkhuratis some better today* Theodore Banard returned '.yesterday from Bartlesville. He will retnm this evening. tj ».\jHi Our Overcoat stock is too large; must' reduce it. You can save |2.50«t9' ^.00 on the coat Barclay-Shields.^,- ; Chicago. UKING POWDER bOUNCESi Stands for Qiiaill^ Economy _ Purity Liproviding the &inil]r'8mea]s,don't be satisfied with anjrdiing but the best. KCrsguaranteedperfec tion at a moderate price. It makes everything; better. ' • Xty 'Bnd Sec. -^^Ptxitct y- or Money back..^ - -4 THE LANDS 0^ PROMISF! And of fulfillment, where climate is also an asset, are along the Santa Fe, and easy to reach. There are irrigated farms, sections- where dry farming is practiced, and places where rainfall is depended upon. In some localities all these methods may be followed. Read about the various sections. . Then visit them. Homeseekers' Excursion tickets are sold semi-monthly to Texas, Pecos Valley and Certain portions of Colorado and Arizona, limit twenty-one or thirty days, dependent on destination. Their use will save you something. The'Pecos aTlley, The San Joaqafai Talley. >ew .Vexico and Arlsona, Texas, Colorado. ALL FREE: W. E. UALSTO.V, Agt. lola, Kans. SEEIXG IS BELIETnO. We have the best Felt Mattresses on the market right here in our store for your inspection. A Mattren that is sold under a guaraatee iMUdced by the Stern and Foster Felt Mattress Co. A Mattress that wo^ean sell you at a less price than you can buy from any advertising company. "^^^ at our store and we will,gladly abdw yoii. 1

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