Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 19, 1907 · Page 2
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1B 1 V!v> !' ] BUY YOUR PIANO BEFORE CHRISTHAS AND SAVE $50.00 TO $150.00 You never had an opportunity like this, to buy a t'iano at your own price and it mpy never come again. Qbod Pianos, such as we have cost as much at the factory as they ever did and many of them more. THE REASON FOR ^^^^ ^"^^ $128 takes awsiy our regular |275 Piano 175 takes *wj^ our regular 'M)0 Piano 210 takes away our regular 25 Piano 21.S takes awa^ our regular 350 Piano 475 takes away our regular 750 Piano Player Organs $15 to |G5 And so on down the line. Come Quick. POSITIVELY NOTHING DOING ATTHE ABOV^ PRICES AFTER DEC.25 ' i TheAbclrnathyP^ano We take Pleasure in Showing our Goods H A. Ditch, Migr. East Side Square Open Evenings Till 10 p. m. business sfesstoni mnd as a prelude for s. group of InteresUMPApen the roll was answered by '^Fmeta About Bhrly Settlers." Mrs. AUce Kmp contrtbr uted a descripUve paper on "Alaska" and Mrs. O. W. Holmes gave a Tery enthusiiur talk on the Santa Fe Trail. Her remarks were iUustiated by map. drawings which showed the marklnKS and monuments established by rar- ioua organizations to preserve the old route. • Mrs. Lodge . served a luncheon at live o'clock. The favors were sprays of holly and the deoorations were of the same foliage. Over the tea cups the ladies parUciftated in a discussion of "How to Bone a Turkey." Mrs. McCall told of the modern method of preparing the piece de resistance of the holiday table and also gave recipes for dressing, sauces and new ideas for serving. The club meets again early In January. • • • There is something unusually bc- v/itchlne in the mistletoe and holly this year and it is quite probable thnt If one should examine the red or white berries one of Cupid's fairies might be found In hiding with plenty i-f darts and hearts already for use. Last year at the Yuleddo there were very few weddings, but this season a number of couples are to bo marrifil The brides surely show much K<W.I la.stc in selecting the Christmas i<<>:i son for the wedding, for there is no time in all of the year so full of :;ood cheer and happy. hclpfii! .houghts. Several of the young po<»- pie nre to have quiet home weddings iinil there are two couples who are |.>annlng to take the world by stofin and keep the exact dale a secret The S. R. of course Is the only on who is "next" and promises to tell no *mc —except those who read thf society column. * * * In the program of the Presbyterian ChrlRtmas service which nppennxi in the society columns yosterday one of the most pleasing numbers was omit ted. Mr. W. S. Bnrdick, baritone, will sing a very beautiful arrangement of •Jesus Lover of My Soul." The solo win be sung daring the last of the program. Gossip of Society Literary Program Tonight. *Thc Business COIICKO rooms will be open this evening during a mooting of the literary society. A lengthy program has been arranged. * * * For Violet Club. Mrs. F. A. Whgnor is onfortainin.? the Violet club at an Informal party today. * * • Musicale Tonight. The Eastham quartette will fjive a concert this evening at tho V. H. church under the auspices of tho Y. P. t. U. • • • Mothers' Club Meeting. The Mothers' Club hold tho iisii:il afternoon spsvion in Builders Chapel yesterday. The boxes and baskots for Christiiias candies were propar od. There is a similar meeting inj progross at the Uassott chapel today. •:• + <' Progressive Club Meeting. Mrs. Isaac Carl, of Gas City, was at homo members of the Proj;ra.s8- ivo club last evoniiiK foT tho u.<iiai program and a business honr. The; ovening was featurod by a very In-j structive paper on native life and customs at the time of Charlomagne. Tho ovoning closoti with a social half hour which was niado pioasiint by the di8cu):sion '.of plans for the appiyuch- in? holidajs. • • <Unique Christmas Entertainment. OlTirors and toarhors of the Christian Sunday sohool aro arrnnginK a .most delightful o)ilrrtainmonl for Christmas eve. "The World's Christ mas" will IK ; represented and to make the srenc roaiistic the different classes will wear costumes to repre- ."ent the various countries. After nnm rrous recitations tlioro will bo a des cription of America's Christmas and a tree from which gifts and Ihi' usual treats will be distributed. • + • For Cheerful Circle. Mrs. C. E. Kcndorff prettily ontoi liiincd a number of ladios with : needlework party yesterday after noon, Tho guests mingloil informally and a luncheon closed tho aftorntmn Those present were Mrs. John Devlin .Mrs. D. C. Morrow. .Mrs. G. C Glynn. Mrs. C. M. Cole; Mrs. Daii Brewer, Mrs. B. C. Remsborg. Mrs .1. W. McCa^l. .Mrs. C. F. Hlldner .Mrs. \V. H. Cook and .Mrs. Claud Stewart. jf, Sorosis Club Program. One of the most enjoyable after t'oon affairs of the Ctirreni wwk was the study and social session of Ih Sorosis rliib, which occurre<l ye.st;' day at tlio home of Mrs. A. V. l>odKe Preceding tlie program was a brief New line just rrceivcd, from |3.C0 up. When looking fpr a present -you will want those original patterns which are not seen in every store. Here you will find a well selected stock at the lowest possible prices. See qs when look- iog for a present. Gent'.s rize, Hunting case, hand engraved, 20 year ca.^^, Elgin be Waltham movement. Only il2.00. MI331 LadlcB.cfze, Himtii^ cas^ 20 y% case witli Elgii^ or V/#1t1u]|i movement, $11,50. For a Christmas Remembrance We have everything in the Jewelry Line —dainty things— Inexpensive articles—and gifts to suit any purse. .If it's Rich ('.at Ulass, Hand Painted China, Solid SIhrr, Plated Things in Sliver, Silver Novelties, Manicure Sets, Tallet Seta or a multitude of small articles we have them in prices within the reach of all. We aro offering specia- prices as an inducement to buyers this week. MCNEIL BROTHERS. Leap Year CemlnBt "You girls are not forgetting that i!)08 is a leap year, are you?" said one of the boys today, ^lle was guest at a very elaborate pariy a grou|) of girls gavo in 1904 and doubtless his memory was made unusually rclentlve iKJCause of that event. The Jests and puns which are always heard when leap year is new are fresuently for gotten before many months, but not before "the girls" have given several novel parties. In 1904 a club whose members spent roost of their leisure moments planning a good time, gave a leap year party. The girls escorted the boys to the home of the hostess and everj-- body had Ice cream and a regular cafe menu to eat. For amusement there was tho then popular game of postofHce and as a side attracUon two of the boys had a war of words as to which was best fitted to teach one girl how to play whist. For favors there were pink cama- tlflfts. Of coarse the boys didn 't know, as they Inhaled the spicy fragrance of the blossoms, that the girls had saved up their pennies for weeks to buy them, but It was certainly "some party" and everyt>ody enjoyed It The girte are now grown up—have dropped their skirU, do their hair in the pre %-alllng style, and spend a great deal of time In discussing dances and b^uz and other thlncs qnlte aa Important. Some of the bo}-8 are now tu college but thoae who are here will certainly be glad of a chance to go to cnother leap year party. Dee-Lijchted to sell you Cut Glass, Hand Pointed China, Silverware, Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Bracelets at 25 per cent. Discount. A Real Reduction! No Fake! Sewall, Jeweler. First Door North of the Postoffice THAY ARK FRKSII. A choice assortment of this popular brand at CRABB'S. When you buy L«woey's Chocolates here, our personal pledge of their freshness goes with them. Get your next candy at Crabb's and see how well it pleases you. CRABB'S DRUG STORE, Comer Washington and West Sts. PR9FESSIONALIHRET0RY W. H. AS9E8S0H, Atteney-at-Law. Notary and Stenographer In Office. Phone 456. • ' • H. A. Bwlng. 8. A. Gard. O H. Oard EWIKG, CliSD A 6AiU». • : • iMWJtn. • • PracUca In aU • • 9^ W. Madlaon. I £»HL^ »IOI AKr» Phone 554. lola. Kana :\: DB. MeHILLfX, Special aUentlon given to the treatment of all Chronic Diseaa- * | * es and Diseases of Children. * i Telephones: Office 32, Res. 232. * Office In Mrs. Turner's Bldg., . West Madison. • Phone 687. Rea. 70L .DR. 0. L. COX« • Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat • Ipactaclea Properly Pitted. • Office A. O. U. W. nidg. DB. EDITH 8. flAICUL Office and Residence over Barren's Drug Store. Office Houra-rlO to 12 a. m.. I to 4 p. m.. 7 to S erenlnsa. Sundays by Appointment Office Phone 1083. Night Phone 406. DR. K. 0. CHKISTUlf. Pkyaklaa aai Sanreea* Rooms 7 and 8. Evans Bldg. F. II. HARTIX. • Surgery and Diseases of • Women. • Olllco and Residence I »houe .57a • onice 7 North Jefferson. • * R «8. Tel. 198. Office Tel. 163. * DR. J. B. PEPPBR. Deatlst * Is permanently located over * * E. C. McClaln'a Clothing Store. * * and la prepared to do all .klnda * * of np-tCMlate dental work. • * Evening work by appolitfment * DB. ir. B. HBIfillUll. Phyiiel ^L A SuscMi Office N. B. Comer jot Bqaare. Over K. C. PlumblBK Ca*a Store. Rea. Tel 38. Office Tel. ^3. P. U Lathrop. • Mra. BeasIeJG. Latbrop. " OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICIAHS. • Special attention given to DU- * eases of Women and Clittdran. " Over East Side Hardware. * Office Thone, Main. 468. ' The<HftcirWai|'' Restaurant 'lumeh25o Everything in Season. SHOKT ORDERS OF ALL KINDS ^ w •••-•-••.-tJ-..-J-^ AMBUA BnreHAM In At il« Griwl Opera Ufiue, rH0Un >AT, DEC'SXBER 19. Tbe Santa Fe will sell Homeseekera' tickets Nov. 19th, Dec. 3d and 17tb, 1907. to points In Texas, Oklahoma and ndian Territory. New Mexico and Arkansas at very low rates. Winter Tourist tickets on sale daily Nov. lath, 1907, to April 30th. 190SI .with final return limit June 1st, 1908. to Beaumont, El Pasor Ft. Worth, Oal- vcston, Texas. Carlsbad and Oemlng. N. M.. at low ratea. Please see ns for further partlcn- lars. Fpnntain Pens for Christmas at Bur rell's -Dmc Store. .•1- W. E. RIUTIM. «8L

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