Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 18, 1907 · Page 3
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Announce Graiid Christmas Carnival to Take Plac^ at Immediately and to Last Until Christmas Day! 'pHE Sfore never was in a better position to citer to your every Christmas want than now. Stocks are all very replete with Holiday Good*, and special help hat been employed to * wa t upon you. Santa Claus Is here to welcome you and the store has been specially decorated for the occasion. You are invited to visit us whether intending purchasing or not. You will be welcome. We have decided to hold this ChrUlmas amival right at a time when you most want the goods, regardless of the fact that most itoTts demand their highest prices now. We have overhauled the entire store and have selected many bargain lots for sacrifice for the last few days before Xmas. They are now displayed on tables and counters and plain price figures will tell the whole story. This is an Unusual opportunity for those who desire to practice Christmas economy. The store is crowded every day—if possible come in the mornings and thus avoid the aiternoon rushes. Below are some examples of the last weeK of Christmas selling of 1907. r All oj onr IlandHome Stylish Xllllnory that has lKH >n Irlmmrd up for thi- ( hristniiis trade will l »(>:plarrd on sale nt artnal cost. W> do this to clean 11)1 slock, \eicr licfore hare wc cnjuyod so Innrc n trade as this fall and to show yon our appreciation of yonr ?enrroiis putronnire every Hat (roes on NUle at actual cost. Prettily trimmed lints from i|!|.;:> to ij :|.:>0 that sold from *UH) to m.:->. Street Hats from T.V to #1.75. M.ike an elegant Xmas Gift. Our elegant line of rtir Scaifs placed on sale, nt from. 75o to $tS.OO Ladies*, Misses' and Children's Coats Make an eh>(ntnt t'hrlstmns preneut— n'duceU to the closest seliinir price. The values prove their jrn'at Mrenirtb liy the couvincinir test of comparison. This elcfrant line comprise the sea> lion's liest styles and fulirlrs. Our iZtJM Coats now C73 •fsj^n Coats now .*6.0« .•!:I0.(I0 Coats now %'JM *I3.(M» Coats now $10..V» !i--2<l.(»0 Coats now $1.>.00 mtW Coats now !j±iJH) The ahove prices are the exact cost in Cleveland, Ohio. We simply give J on these cost prices to clean np l»e- lore we invoice. We ask you to come early: the jrood thinics are iroinp fast and if yon want the cream of this line don't wait until they are all gone. What is there that is more useful than a handsome Coat for Christmas. Gift items at Attractive low prices in pretty Collars, Handkerchiefs, New Hand Ba^s, Combs, Beits, Fans, Parasols, Fancy Doilies, Napkins and Table Linen, and a complete line of Gentlemen's Neckwear. OUR DAILY BUSINESS GAINS Recorded by this store, prominently illustrate the efficacy of reliability. To satisfy is the basic principal of this business. It is designed to meet the requirements of no particular class, but is completely equipped to meet the requirements of all. We invite you to share in our undisputed and uncqUh''ed facilities for underselling. 113 Emmt Mmdimoft Av9ttue. 2 tfoorm Wemt Thomp' mon Hotetm PARSONS ISi READY Prepares to Entertain Municipal Lea- nuc Delenates. The city of Pai.-o:is is iiiaKins elali- crate pieparations for ilie pnteitnin- ):'»>nt of the deleKatfc to tlie State >;iinirina1 l?ai:iie of which lo!a is a iVioniber. Several Ida citizens will .'ittend. Dr. G. .C. Glynn, councilman nom the First ward, is to read a pa- p<»r at the nieetlnp. The Parsons Sun .s:i\-s of the meeting: The city council "asi night formed itself into a cominitt?e of the whole to act with the mayor and Commercial club in the entertainment of th'» State Munici|)al League which will w.oet in Parsons January 14. for a Tnree day's session. This will be one n: the most important msetings to be liV»ld in the state next year, and dele- sates will be here from nearly al^ the fifies of the .first and second clasv fn the state. Ma.yor Moses is president of the league and the secretary is R. E. Cullison of lola. The "presi den; has nothing to do with the pre paring of the program, bnt word Hollow Bones of the arms and legi arc tul>es fikc a piece of %t» pipe. The hoBow Centre is faied with soft red f«tty material called marrow. Thb is the place Inhere new red blood a made. Scott's feedi bone marrow. The ridi M and the peculiar power in SCOTTS EMULSION gK«s new Vif or and new noaridunenL That b why palepeopleanprove oaSCOTTSEMULSiON. It has 8K power to produce new red comes from lola that an oxcollent iiro- gratu is b.^ing prepared and It will be up to the citizens of Par.";ons to en- ttrtaln the visitors. This does no: n.esn the furnishing of rooms and meals, for the delegates wi'l stop at the hotels and pay their own way. but it (iiif>s mean that soni? plan for the ente •tainnient of the visitors should I (' arranged and carried out by the citizens and Comniercial club, and ;his win doubtless be done. Tlie sessions will be held in the court room, which furnishes nn ex- cell'^nt place of meeting, and th-^y v.i 1 continue three da.vs. and many subjects of interest to the citi?s of Kati.-^as will be. discussed. There will be ^everal noted speakers hen' :ind tach town will send as a d'le,5att> some man who is prominent in ;he business life and govarnment of the city; \i places where the league has met heretofore, the Commercial club has tendered the visitors a banquet rn on*' evening and that wi'l probab- i.> tie done in Parsons. The city cannot appropriate any money for this f ntcrtainment of th? de'epates. but the citizens, of Parsons will co-oper- .".le with the council and mayor in the entertainment of the visitors and slow them that Parsons knows how- to entertain its visUors. COMPLETE PROGRAM LADIES MAY INVESTIGATE, Too Many Little Girls Loiter About Court House. Baker University Students Banquet Definitely Arranged. Final arrangemenlK have now l)f>(^n uiade for ih? Baker I'niverslty .students and ex-students banquet to be hold on the evening of Hecenib.r 2:!rd fil owing an enlerta iinient to be giv- »n at the M. E. church by th.^ Baker fnivorslfy Glee Club. The banquet v.ill occur in the parlors of the Our Way restaurant and wi'l be attended by perhaps one htmdred Baker stu- I'ents and their friends. The committee which bai; the matter in charge U'et y<>.ster(lay .afternoon and arranged the program for the banquet, the fi-ature of which is to l)e an adi1r?SB by Dr. L. H. Murlin. president of Baker I'niverslty. The Senior classes of the lola. Humboldt. l.aHarpe. Moran r;nd Gas City schools have been invited to attend ihe banquet. .-Ml Ba- L'liiver.-iity stiiileiits and ex-'^tu- (Icnis who exjipct .to attend the ban- fi'.iPt should notify the prooi <lcni of t: e ccunty organisation. E. \\'. .My- "f-r. or th'' secretary. Perl Barton, at once that plates may be ressrved for tliem. When winds shriek high in fiendish I glee. And enters w-inter with his key j Protect vourself. from disease be free; , Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Burrell's Drug Store. TO GET BACK ON ROLLS. TO REPORT ONFAVORABLY, The attention of tlie ladies who are doing re.>:cu? w-ork in the city has' bt(>:i calli'd lo the young girls who Uillr iili'.iut tho halls and corridors of the court house and form the ac- ruaintances of men who are in many instances not the most desirable as- Koc'aifr; for girls of their agj. Some of the officers in the court bouse have taken it upon themselves to stop the piac:ice and have succeeded 80 far as their time would p?miit. It is the belief of those who have occasion to notice ihe conditions that the field stii: offers opimrtunity for good work. Little girls, yet of school ase. who.se parents evidently do not know wher.^ they are or what conditions surround them when they are t!;ere. make It a practice to linger about the corridors of the court liouse. The ladies who have been interested In rescue work except to investigate the matter with a view to ascprtaining what can be done to put ii stop to It. PILES CURED IX 6 TO M DATS. P 6 ZO IONTMENT IS guaranteed to cnre any case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to l\ days or money refunded. 50c. FInsnce Committee Not Yet Ready to Buv Votinn Machine, Supreme Court May Decide Chicka-^ saw and Choctaw Rights. Washington, Dec. IS.—.Another .^f- fi-rf Is being m.-ide to reopen the , Chickasaw and Choctaw citizenship , cases and get the 5,600 claimants ' back on the rolls. Congressman • .Stephens of Texas has introduced n I'l I III the house to give the United States supreme court Jurisdicilon to try ione test case. The 5.600 Indians , were knocked off the rolls by the citi- I zen»taip court: whose decision wa.s final under the law. If the Stephens 1)111 passes the supreme court will . take Jurisdiction. The two Indian , tribes will send a lobby here to oppose the Stephens bill. FTee dfrt at' Laceock'a. Vniess they chan'.;e their minds between now anil totnorrow the flnanc (omniittee of the city coimoil will not recommend that the council purcha.se ;he votins; machine which was exhib' !;ed to them bv a representative of t;';' Co'umbla Voting Machine com- i>any. of Indianapolis. Ind. at their, last meeting. The committee thinks the city is not ready at the present time to make such a purchase. The committee had no particular fault to find with the machine and b?lieve ferther that it will not be long until machines of this character arc generany used. Orino Laxative Fnilt Syrup, the new Lajcatlve, sUmuIates, but does not Irrltata. It is the best Mxative. Guaranteed or your money back. Bur rell's Drug Store. Try a Want id. In the Reghter. nolly and Mistletoe Ewing ^ Bardiek's r 1 ^ SEO. A. BOWLU8, PrMldwiL "VHOS. K . BOWLUt, CMhiM'. ALLEN COUNTY STATE BANK Capital $30,000.00 DIRECTORS A. W. Beck. L. C. Beatty. A. J. Fulton, W. J. Evana, J. O. Retfgar% Geo. A. Bowius, Thoa. H. Bowlufc ¥fEISSUE OUR own DRAFTS OR MU EUROPEAHPOMTS •AFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT FROM |2 to |6 PER YIAIL Administrator's Notice. State of Kansas, Allen County, ss. In ihe matter of the estate of Kdwin F. Kvans. late of .\llen Count.v, Kansas. Notire of .\ppoiutment. .Notice is hereby given, that on the 21sl day of .November. A. U. 1!I0". the undersigned was by the Probate Court 'if Allen County. Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Adminlsiraror of Ihe Estate of Kdwin F. Evans, late of Allen County. d<cra?>ed. All parties interested in said estate will' lake notice and govern themselves accord- 'ngl.v. IVA E\'A.\S, Notice to F. M. C. Tlie Fraternal. .Mystic Circle will 'hold a called meeting at the home of '.l<ihn Burns at UlA South Jefferson. ' Friday evening, fpr the purpose of arranging for a b(ix supper Christmas night. All members are requested to ! be present. I Powell, the real estate man. has a few thousand dollars to loan on farms at a reasonable rate. Mi'l'ons of bottles of Foley's Honey and Tar have been void without any i:erson ever having experlencetf any other than beneficial rssults from It.s use for coughs, colds and lung! troubles. This Is because the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar In the ye'low package contains no opiates or other harmful drugs. Guard your health by refusing any bnt tha gcnulni'. Burrell's druK store. LivinqfttoD ^ Co «iratneton uU BaMan. All kind! of work a ap«e !altr t 8 «at]l Syeawm. PWM Utf WILL TEAOH SHORTHAMO Mi-ss J. Katherine Hartley will ^ give private lessons. Benn Pitman ! System a specialty. rmltmlfmm mm. aB. LmHmrm*, Kmmmm

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