Tig lOLA DAILY BECISTKB. WBPyggDAT fcTEIflJrG. PECKMBB » 11, Mt7. Again to the FrontI With a big Cloak Sale. Tomorrow you can buy them Ai Halt Pricet In justice to ourselves, we must ask you not to confuse this sale with the many reduction sales so freely advertised 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 Art" 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 io Three Great Lots! Long Coats That were intended to retail at $18.00 and $20.00. In this sale, $9.95 Long Coats That Avere intended to retail at $22.50 and $25.00. lu this sale. $13.95 Long Coats Til at were intended to retail at 130.00 and. $35.00. In this sale, $17.95 Do Your XiifBs Shopping Now 11 Moro Shopping Days, Wo Originaio and Load; Oihors Copy and Follow, WA M TSI SITUATMMS WANTED AdTetrisements nnder this head irill be Inserted three times irithont charge. WANTED—Position as hou.selieeper or chambermaid. Address I. H., this office. WANTED—Washing North State. to do; 901 WANTED—Family Ironing to do in lola. Gas or La Harpe. Address M. Dunn, Gas, Kansas. WANTED—Place to do general housework by 19 year old girl. lucjuirL' at this office. HELP WAMTED South Kentucky; also lunch counter car. Going away. Inquire 3J0 South Kentucky. . vDM FOR SALE—IISOO stock of groceries and store fixtures. 402 Soutli Kentuclry street. • FOR SALE—A driving mare and buggy. Horse city broke, safe for lady to drive. Inquire 832 North street. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Sixty acres good farm land to trade for rental ))roj)erty. Inquire rem 4 over Iowa store. f OR Ran' mtsemUmama RE.N'T—House and barn. South Kentucky. Phone S98 2—2. EMMETT CULBERTSON ORATOR. Ccunty Clerk to Speak at State Meet- inn December 18th. Coumy Clerk Enimett CMlbertson lias received an Invitation to attend the twenty-fourth annual convsntion of Kansas County Clerks' Association which meets in Salina December IS and in. .Mr. Culbert^on has been ask Pd to speak on ilie question of "Elect- ivp Feas." These conventions are always very helpful to the clerks as they are devoted to the discussion of the practical working problems of the offlc?. The one this year is of particulaj: Im portance on account of the new tax ];iw poing into effect. The members of the state tax commls';-'n are going to be prps?nt at the ejnv.:;tion of the c'erks to answer any questions the clerks want to ask concerning the .Tppllcation of xhf now law. It is believed that by going over it this wnv many points now in doubt will be cleared up. LODGE SOCIAL A SUCCESS. Wocdmeii Circle and W. O. W. Band Entertained Last Ninht The band concert ami box social given by rhf \\". O. W. band and the ladies of the \\'oo<lnian Circle last evening was a decided success both financially and socially.. The program rendered by the band was heartily app'auded and much cr.'dit is due Prof. Wells as well as the momber.s of the band for the class of music given last evening. After the concert the hoxfrs were sold and supper v.as ssrved. The fables were cleared away and dancing was engaged in until a late hour. Prof. Wells pave a clarinet solo which received repeated encores. MR. TAFT ILL ON THE LINER. No Callera Admitted by the Secretary After the News of His Mother's Death. WANTED— Second Jiand Winchester pop gun. Inquire 103 South Second •treL fOR SALE'-REAL EST AIL •FOR SALE—Good runabout Sludo- buker buggy and good lot ot burneii tor aula cboap If taken In tho next (ew days. Inquire at Howard's Livery Darn. FOR BALE -^ood mar* with foal. Call at ilO West atrceL fOR 8AiE 'Mlm9mUmnmoum • rOR SALE OR TRADE OR RENT— Furnishings in the Haltimore House, with lease. Inquire 209 South Huck- eye. FOR SALE—No. 1 good heating Btove: gas or coal; a perfect stove. 209 South Buckeye. FOR RiCNT—Desk room; best offlco. In I0I.1. Address Box 1&7. FOR RENT—Eight room hous« on car line. Wheeler HolghtH. Modern. .Sewly pjiiiert'd and varnlKhed. In- qnlni of W. A. Wheeler at Tho loja Portland Cement compuny. I'fllt HENT—I'lvo room boUKo and barn. Ilirce lilockH from H (|Uaie. fOOU. Wliliukcr & Doiinell. STUAYED—Four year old bay ninrr, weight imo. fon-io)) dipped, riplu hind foot.white. Finder return 412 South State »treet or phone 00"!. FOR SALE—Cheap on $10 pajj ments, two one-acre lots on trollep* line. Smeltzer & Co. ~ FOR SALE OR TRADE:—For horse s at once, equity on jmslness lot o 1 Its Economy To have your Carpets and Sags cleaned by TheioIaRg; Factor; rHONf sit. Millions of bottles of Foley's Honey and Tar have been jold without any lerson ever having «xperlencp <f any other than benedclal ri^sults from Its use for coughs, coidii and lung troii bb -H. This IM because tli« K<>nuliio Fol • y's Money ni:d Tar In the ycMow p;tcKag<t contains no opiates or other liiirinfiil druKu. (itiard your health by ri'fiiKlng any but thi< Keniilue. Ibir n 1! » drug store. MRS. R08ENBER0ER DEAD. One ef Alkn County's Old Residents Dlrct This Mornlnn. .Mnry Uim .-nbeiger. widow of UoSHiilier^TPr died lit lii >r honi" ..t 412 West strri'et at r, o 'clock this iiioMilng. .Mrji Ro«enberser had been iil will) pneumonia for some time and l:er d-i 'th was not tmoxi )ected. The d"- <>asv <l was a inpmber of the German Keforniei! church ami Rev. Hamlah, of this di'uominatlon will have charge o' the funeral (services. .Mrs. Roseu- j .^rgt^r is one of the oldest residents of this county and her many friends will bo grieved to learn of her death. Funeral arrangements will not be made uufil word Is received from relatives who are at present out of the city. Trj a -fliant Ad. In the Begister. Plymouth, England. Dec. II.—The Hamburg-American steamship. Presi dent Grant, which arrivsd late last night, sailed early today for New York. WTiIIe the liner was in port. Secretary Taft refused to be seen and it was announced! that he was ill. Every precaution was taken to guard him against intruders and the passage ways leading to his suite of state rooms were closed. It was said by one of Mr. Tafts friends that he was made ill by the news of the death of his mother. He was so greatly affected that he retired at once to his rooms. jr 'IHtf Tho the earth with Jack Frost shakes. Not a man will have the aches. If every night a dose he takes Of HoUister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Burrell's Drug Store. TALKED ABOVT BO^, Judge Willis ture-on Crime GenersUon. Bro¥^ Delivered Le» Aliibng Younger "The juvenile court properly understood is to prevent not punish crime." This was the keynote of a most Interesting lecture dcUvered by Judge Willis Brown, of Salt Lake city, at the Presbyterian cburch last night. Judge Wijllis Brown is known the country over as the Juvenile officer or the friend of the b6y& That bis work is telling wherever Its Influence exists is never ' questioned, wniile his method of dealing with v crime in youths has been instituted but a short time, all over the country It Is being considered .whenever the problem of handling youthful offenders arises. f 'rtym In describing' Judge 'Brown's lecture, the words interestine and en- Is not an orator in the generally ac- not an orator in the generally accepted sense of the term. That is he Is not given to flights of eloquence. However, in his climax ^n which he told of the affection ot the little boy, whom he had rescued from a life Of sin and crime, for him, the audience was deeply Impressed. Judge Brown shows from his manner of speaking that tie understands youth. He evidently while sitting in the judge's chair places htmaelf in the place of the accused boy, takes into consideration the boy's environment and then tries to make the boy his friend and appeal to his better self. Jails are made for adults and criminals, men from whom society must be protected. The jail Is not to reform criminals. Boys who have done wTong should be placed wlhere an opportunity cad be given to reform them. The juvenile court such as Judge Brown has instituted is to prevent crime not to punish crime. When a boy comes before Judge Brown be sends him to the industrial farm where he is taught to do right, and by kindness and charity is encourag- y ed to change from the error ot Ills way. The juvenile judge Is a physician. The boy who has committed a wrong 1.=; sick. The judge'must diagnose the case and determine .the disease and then prescribe for it. There Is a treatment for every disease ot the boy. Judge Brown told ot different boys who seemed to be incorrigible but had reformed and were' now on'the road to places or positions of trust and responsibility. The lecture of the juvenile judge was unusually > Interesting and instructive in every particular. LOST—A female liver colored pointer pup. Finder return to Kelsey ft Wasson's barber shop. ABOUT XMAS MAIL .\IR. J. S. KENYON. of Emiwria. a prominent citizen and banker there, was in lola and Gas City today look ing after his projierty. He owns quite !. nimiber of Gas City houses and spent th.^ forenoon there sizing up the situation. A SPECIALTY lu Dining Room Furniture for the Xmas Trade. Our stock of Sideboards, Buffetf, China Closets, Tables and Chairs was never as large as this >ear. We guarantee the quality the best and prices the lowest Sleeper 9b Son Postnuuiter Spencer Makes Soae 8«g- ^tions to PnUie Alwat Se»lia|r' Packages., Postmaster C. B.; Spenecr believes that since the Christmas season is now here, a few suggestions to the public for mailing ChrlstmAs packages would not be out of place and Tience stends in the following to the Register: Register all valuable packages. It only costs eight cents registry fee. Have your parcels weighed and the proper amount of postage affixed. Have your return address on all parcels. Write the address plainly and be sure and have the rights address. .\rail parcels early and avoid tlje rush. The words ".Merry Christmas." Happy New Year,""With best Wishes." etc.. together with the names of sender may be adde^ to a parcel of third or fourth class matter, without changing the rate ot postage, but any writing of a personals nature will scb ject the parcel to- the letter rate of postage. Wrap your parcels securely in stout paper. Don't mail parcels. If small put them into boxes of some size as there IS less danger of loss or damage. A compliance of the above rules will facilitate the delivery o1 mall and make everyone happy. All sealed parcels require letter rate of postage. 'i Photographs, books, and cards must have postage affixed at the rate of one cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof. All liierchandlse must have one cent for each ounce or fraction thereof. Public Speaksr Interrupted. Public speakoni are frequently Interrupted by people coughing. This would not happen If Foley's Honey and Tnr wore taken, as It cures coughs and coldi* and i)revpnta pneumonia and consumptioR. The genulnn rontniits no oplntt <M and Is In a yellow package. Burroll's Drug Store. NEED TO SELL MORK TICKETS. Y. M. C. A. Lecture Ceuras CimmllUs In Nsetf of Asalitanee. Owing to tho financial depression tho committee which has in charge Hie lecture course of the Y. M. C. A. will be compelled) to solicit more pur chasers of season tickets. Lost night before Judge Bro^n was introduced, John Davlin made a short talk to the audience in which he explained that the flnancial depression had had the effect of causing many people who subscribed for tickets to withdraw their subscription. A number of lub Bcriptlons w^ere secured last nl|^t and it is believed that tfie course will come out all right iRnanciallr it the people respond as |ther should. , Get your Sanitol now. as this U your last chance to get 12 .70 worth for $1. Deal cloaea December 31st; ^ J. D. Mnndis ft Co.
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