Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 13, 1907 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, December 13, 1907
Page 8
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I- t . - • Will continue the big Cloak Sale Tomorrow, Saturday At Hali Price! In justice to oufflelves, we mu^t 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 discrinii|iating 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 in Three Great Lots! •I coaamsE wnx iroT ^siucv LECTURE CODBSE KCUESarOW. WAff UNTIL FLURRY IS OVER EXFORIA CQi-LEflE GLEE CUTS ItlLL COME HEBE. Jiin BM«er Here—Fresbyterlu lit 1. Long Coats That were intended to retail at flS.OO and 120.00. In this sale, $9.95 Loog Coats That were intended to retail at $23.50 and 125.00. In this sale, $13.95 Long Coats Til at were intended to re- tajl at 130.00 and $35.00. In this sale, $17.95 Nolloe ioOur Pairoh3 Bmglaalag next Moiidm^ I mur Store will be open Evening until Ghriei' mme for the benefit of Gbrletmme eheppere» ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ We Originate and Lead; Oihers Oepy and FoUoWm TrAdes Pr «t «itr. George W. Robins yettarday cono rammated a deal whereby A. J. Myers of disposes of his reat- dence property at 309 North Harrlsoa streets for property in Farmers* addition of this city. Mr. Myers will make the proper improreoK^nts before, moT« ing into bis new home. Bowser Here. . W^. H. Bowser, sUte organiserJM rthe K. P. A., was in the ettr'jWUfiOf on a business visit. He was here on business relaUve to' ttae^ lodge 'wUEti he represents. He was earoute to his home in Topeka, Kansas,. j((<M» Cjw^ nute, where he has been-for the patt sCreral days on business. : -—r. mil Xot Select U!tAmlS^^''-:^- The members of the boairft w)|Vftk has the selection gf l ^ctnxe;.. numbers in their charge haVfi,) not to announce definitely ^VIL, come here for the nextnomber aaUl^ they can t«ll what the HltinuUar (Mfhl come of the financial flarry iHll-" They have,the money oa.lndij^',,. would depend on sin'gl ^MBilssliwi^ pay for the extra number irlil4h .tbi ||^i anticipate adding to the'' regnll^.-. course. But if the financial ooBdlti|B'' does not improve it is a sure thing that people who do not have regular season passes are not going to attttld and pay single admissions. Jim Reeder Here. Jim Reeder, formerly owner of. the La Harpe townslte. but now.'ot ,jl3i |n cago. l8 here vl ^itins af tB «'1i (mie Of JohnOhlfest. Mr.W^ec.j . .„ the farm whore the cny of La now stands. Of course that was many years ago. Held AII.D«y MreUiff. The members of the ^resbyteriaB Ladies' .\id society held an all- day meeting In the Presbyterian church yesterday. Despite U>e bid weather the ladies were present with well-filled baskets. They succeed^ in finishing up the work on hand. ; ., ; smmrnttMywAKWED . \ IdrOlrlsameBttfvBader this JieU wOl be laserted three UmetirltJisat charge. MetP WAHTSD . WANTED—Second girl./.I. O. Rod- KBrs, No. 2 Uuchaueu street, head of North street. • WANTED—Good cook for liniull hotel; easy place; good salary. Writf We^ Hotel, Colony,'Kansas. wiNTED—Second hsnd Winchester pop gun. inquire 105 South Becoud stiret . VOBt RENT-f-Elght room house on car line. Wheeler Heights. Modern. Newly . papered and varnished. Inquire of W. A- Wheeler at The loja LPortland Cement company. PpR BENT—Five room house and barn, three blocks from square. |9.00. Whljaker & Dbnnell. For Exchange—ElKhty acr «>8 of botom land, well improved, adjoining the town,of, Cloverdalc, ChauUuqua county, KabHas, for lolii proi)erty. L. Hobart. FOR 8ALB-40ood mare with foal, dsn at 210 West street. FOR SALE OR TRADE OR RE.N'T— I-^rnishingB in the Baltimore House, with I ^Bse. Inquire 203 South Buckeye. . • • t iFOR SALE>—No. i good heating stove: gas or coal; a perfect stove. 209 South Buckeye. ..IFOR ALE:—Cheap on |10 pay- n^Rts, iwo one-acre lots on trolley! line. Sipe'itzer & Co. .FOR SALE— 11800 stock of grocer- 1^ and >-store fixtures. 402 South Kentnckjr street Its Economy To hate your Carpets ' and B^gs cleaned by The iobjRng Factory rflON^ Bit. NEWS OF GAS CITY Hrs. Bulla Has Bought Jtooming House In lola—Personal >'cns >otcs. Xrs. Bolls Boys Bomteg House. Mrs. i-aura Bulla, formerly of this city, together with Mrs. Lottie Carle- Kin, of lolu, iiurcbased a rooming house in that city. Mrs. Bulla has muuy frieiids 4n this city who will wish her sucess In the new enterprise. s-FOB ^ALB—A . driving mare and bony. Horse city broke, safe for lady 40j drfrs; ~;^aire- 832 North street. Attention Sir Knight Maccabees. There will Ise a special review December 14 at 7^:30 at K. P. hall. Special business. ' You are requested to be present. J. W. AVERV. Ueut. Com. R. Vt. PORTER, R. K. ^Special Sale on Nidtel Plated all-copper Tea Kettles, Saturday only at 98 cents. Regular price 11.50, ^HELL & M'CALL, ' East Side Hardware. Kevlfals Frogms. The revival meetinRB which are being conducted in the CIIHIICI car are progressing nicely. The crowd In spite of the inclement weather was very goo<l. Rev. Thomas who has the car In charge Is a good speaker and attracts large crowds. BoBgbt Goods. Troop and Carter of this city yesterday i )urcha8ed the household ^oods of Chas. Cameron, of lola. Mr. Cameron Is expectiug to move away In a short time and dlsiiosed of all bis household goods. The goods will be moved to Gas City today. Pentonals. II. Ro |ier has accepted a i>osltlon In the mines at Pittsburg. Kansas. He will leave tomorrow for that city to take up the work. H. W. C.irpenter will leave Saturday for southern Missouri where they have purchased a farm. Howard Wood left today foi- his home at^ Mountain Grove. Mo. H. J. Johnson, of Wichita, was here yesterday on a business visit L. I. Tamer, of Lincoln, Neb., wa» here yesterday calling on the local merchants. J. J. Kaney, of Caney, Kas.. was here yesterday the guests of friends. OCCIDENTAL ELECTS OFFICERS. Several Applications Received at This Week's Meeting. The Occidental Benefit Association mfft' night before Tast and elected officers for 1908. Three applications were rec3lvcd at this meeting. The officers of the organization for next year are: Chief Pioneer— '^m. Teeters. Sr. Vice Pioneer—Mrs. A. A. Langlillii. < Jr. Vice Pioncsr—Mrs. W. W. Darrell. Missionary—Mrs*. .7. W. Newman. Secretary—Carl Wider. Trpasurer—Mrs. W'm. Tocters. Sergeant—J. R. r ^iughlin. Watchman—W. W. Durre'l. Guide—Mrs: Allen. WILL TEAOH SHORTHAND Miss J. Katherine Hartley wiU give private lessons. Benn Pitman System a specialty. r«ie«*i .m« LmHmrmm, Kmnmm ADDRESSED COLLEGE STUDEMTS Secretary Starkey Gave Talk at/ Business College Today. Afr. L. V. tarkey addressed the stu dcuts of the lola Business College this morning on the lines of obstruction In the.'r won; and the way In which they should be removed. Mr. Starkey's talk was both instructive and entertaining and the students hopo to have hint on the program nunln for one of their regular Friday morning talks. Rar. if/ a a M^m swsa .««<iHa«iB nounced yesterdsr tbat ttie College Glee club will sing .tt^ Ike church New Year's night This elnl) is one of the best in the statiK. It is composed of twenty-five trained To^cflts The entertainment will be given to the La Harpe people for th^ siniUl sum of ten cents. There is not a single person in La Harpe who codld afford to miss the enterta&unent (or the sum of ten cents. ; . i. Persoials. J. A Thompson otBfgpiJa ^^^ifclll, city today on bti»ln«8; ^3 .jn ,6 oi Mrs. Ella Russeil of MiUbt^.VMjB the city yesterday calllnK* on fiTeanir Simon Peter and sons left yesterday for Lamar, Mo., where they will visit relatives for several days. Jacom Lister will leave this evening for Pueblo, Colo., where be wiU make his home. •'•>•. G. P. Holt left yesterday for Hodgeman county, Kansas, to look at property which he recently traded for. .H^ will be gone several day^B, " George and IK^lIiam Tn; Eismore, Kansas, yesterdL ited at the home of a rcia A Dangsroaa .Oeadloeit,j<, ? that someUmes termlnatea ,|^Wrr.>is the stoppage of liver and bowd ftn«- tlons. To quickly en4 thia eondlttofi without disagreeable. •eniatlgni/ Dr. King's New Life PUIs shbiilir always be your remedy.- Gaarante«l abso lutely satisfsctorr in every Jttiee. or money back, at all drug stonaj ,-Me. Oyster supper and dance;: atu '.|la*' sonic hall tonight j-- ' -' Made in Ife\v* iKbi3i o Nature always warns you if your bowels are clogged or inflamed—heed this. Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea, It relieves all congestion and restores natural digestion. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. Bnrrell's Drag Store. UR success has come from backing^ every statement^ with merchandise that lives up to it. That's why we sell Bei^amiii Clothes. This label has meant Clothes Satisfaction for more than a third of a century. V. - - •'1 It is the label that Fashionable New Yorkers accept as the assurance of Correct Style and Perfect Workmanship.} Correct Gothesfoi! Mkn ExdliMlve Acmt Hcfc .1 ^ j- «-

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