Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 19, 1907 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, December 19, 1907
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Ghristmas and to Last Un^ ^HE Store never was in a better position to cater to your every Christmas want tlian now. Stocks arc all very replete with Holiday Goods, and special help has been employed to wait upon you. 3anta Ctaus is here to welcome you and the store has been specially decorated for the occasion. Yoa are invited to visit us whether intending purchasing or not You will be welcome. We have decided to hold this Christmas Carnival right at a time when you most want the goods, regardless of the fKt that most stores demand their highest prices nbw. We have overhauled the entire store and have selected many bargain lob for saaifice for the last few days before Xmas. They are now displayed on tables and counten and plain priee iigures will tell the whole story. This b an unusual opportunity for those who desire to practice Christinas economy. The store is crowded every tday—if possible come in the roomings and thus avoid the afternoon rushes. Below are some examples of the last week of Christmas selling of 1907. f Ladies*, Misses' and Cluldren*s Coats .ill of our IluDd^omr Stjlish Milllnpry that has hern irimmrd np for Ihr ChrNtnias trade nlH > H > plart^ on xalp at artiial rnst. >V<* d<i this t« rinin up stock. >(>.Trr li^fore harp w*^ cnjoyrd so lancr a tradr as lliis fall and to show joii our aRprrciation of jonr ffrnrroas patronaci* rvory Hat jroes on salo at a<*tuiil rn>t. rrrttiiy trimmrd lliit« from fl.T-'i to ft.oO that sold from iSlM to ^75> Strrrt Hats from 75c to Make an elegant Xmas Gift, from • Our elegant line of Fur Scarfs placed on sale, at 75oio $15,00 Xalip an rl<>^nt rhri«traa)i prrM^nt— rrdurrd to tbr rlosi>st srillnfr prtrr. The talnPM proro thi-lr jrrwit titrpBi^h by lhi> rojiTiBcing test of rompariiton. ThLs rlrgant line romprbe the sea­ son's liest stylesi and fabrics. (lur CoaU now $3.f5 $SJM Coats now $6.00 *ll».0« foafx now $7-0 M '^M t'oals now llQifiO HaOJW ("oats DOW ilnJin $30.00 Coats now $±ij)0 The aliove prices are the exact cost in ('IcTcland, Ohio. >Ye simply i^iTe yon these cost prices to clean np lie- fore we inroice. We ask you to come early; the pood things are coing; fast anil if yoa want the cream of this line don't wait antil they are all {rone. 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 Bags, Combs. Belts, Fans, Parasols, Fancy Doilies, Napkins and Table Linen, and a complete line of Gentlemen's Neckwear. OUR DAILY BUSINESS GAINS Recorded by this store, brominently illustrate the efficacy of reliability. To satisfy is the basic principal of this business. It is designed to meet (he requirements of no particular class, but is completely equipped to meet the requirements of all. We invite you to share in our undisputed and unequalled facilities for underselling. 113 Emmt MmtHmon News ef the County BR0>S05. 4 Miss Genlvieve Wriplit. tearber of the Soutb Fairview school was In Ft. Scott Saturday shopping. Mr. Townsley of Iowa spent Saturday and Sunday^ with his nephew, Roy Townsley. Miss Grace Mattox and Grover Anderson, two of Bronson's most popular young people, were united in iriar- riage at Yates Center Thank.-sRivjuj,'. These two young people kept their wedding an entire secret until oii^.v a few days ago when it became known here. Mrs. Anderson is the teacher at the Maple Grove school this wiiiter. May happiness be theirs. Mrs. Merchant of Inhi was in Hrmi- Bon Friday on Imsiness HIUI was also visiting friends. Mrs. Perry Vannver lias liecii ycry ill at her home here Imt is sonu-w-hat better now. Charles Love. .'r.. .«!|>ent Sunday In lola with friends. Clarence Malone loft Monday .for Joplin, Mo., where he has a |H>>^Uion In the carriage works at that place. Ida Helms of UiHarpc was in Ujon- Bon Friday on business. • • — — 5E0SH0 VALLEY. Peter Young returned to his prepent home iat Lawrence Saturday, ^tjer spending a week on his farm hei^e. J. V. Slack's folks were out from town Stmday. E. B. Butler delivered alwut forty bogs to buyers at Gas City. Friday. He says he received one-fourth of a cent on the pound more tiian the iola buyers offered him. .J. B. Rush and Harve will iilcely, leave for California nest Tuesday. They 'will be accompanied- by 4ohn Beahm and family and George ^lUs. If this exodus continues as it has i>een during the past six months.'there will be but few of tbe old settlers rentaia- lag bere. Tfeoaho Valley and Cnion aclmols will each clre^« sbort Cbniistmaa exer- ciM xm Friday afternoon. There -will be scA«ol at ^toortio Vilier lioQdar aB# Toieedar <ot' next ve^k dtter' wiilch •-mmD ikfa .nwcatioa vlU b« taken. There at all. S. F. nan.seii became .so dl-sordnred hy reason of a severe cold, that It was ncccp.sary for him to call a doctor the first of tbe week. The drillinK ri? on the Butler place was spt so near the road that it had in i.p moved a few feet after they had drilled down about two hundred feet. A liRht gas well was brought in for Hie city on the Purdoni farm. .Saturday, and cm .Monday the rig iva.s removed 10 near tbe city power houKf. .Vt-efiugs are- iieing lield at the church at present. AXELI.l BIXaiAM in A Modern lady GotUva At <he (Jrand Opera Honse, TIUKSDAT, DECEMBEK 19. WEST OF THE KITER. ]* The weather is too stormy now to gather news. %< Clarence Bealjju is going to hav Mi<' Hue where he Uvea rebuilt. • '.racli' and Ray f>«k go to Paoia Saturday to sepnd the holidays. .Mrs. AIitKit of Oasi. a friend of Mr.s. .Morrison, visited her last week. .Mr. and Mrs. Jenre .lenson are lioth !«! the .sick list at present, Walter has a contract to get up sixty iK'rch of rock for Mr. I<a.s.sett. There is so little said about Christmas that it does not seem possible it is so near. . • W Knierprisp Schtnil will have only 1 weeks holidays, commencing Dec. 20. .Mary Preston helped Ella Peck sew some this week. .Mr. C. P. Clark wants to get the gas plumbed in his house by the time he is.ready to move the Brst of March. I Mr. Fair lives east of us and .Mr. , Cloud west of us, so our weather |B changeable. *' I C. J I're.ston and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. Morrison Sunday, j Marry Crocker had a better day to kill hogs Monday than Lewie Zink did Tuesday. \nlice. Tliore will be a called nu.eliiiK of K & L. of S. in the office of H. Klau- nmnn. I'l't East .Madison, tomorrow evening at seven thirty for the pur- I rise of balloting 011 several ap|)li- crtions. • MK.<. .1. r. WILI.KY, President. \melia llinghani al the (.'rand In- MO. PAC. PAID BUT HALF. Check for Taxes Called for $3614.03, Sent Today. The .Mis.sourl Pacific paid half of its taxes today, the check calling for i."*;!;"; <••;. The "Katv and Santa Fe paid in full dnrins the last week. The Western Union Tel.ograph company also paid its taxes in full today, the check calling for lA'idm. DR. NAISMITH TO LECTURE HERE nitiliL Physical Traininq instructor of K. U. Will Apoear at! Y. H. C. A. Seen tary SUiHey of the Y. M. C. A. has made arrangements with Dr. Jas. Naisniith, head of the physical-train- iu« rtepartment of Kansas Stat? Uni- v«'rsity. to lecture here some time during the holidays, the exact date of which has not been decided upon. Dr.|^ Naismith will bring sevpral stereop- W ticon views with him to illustrate hts • bcture. Dr. Naismitb is the origiu- .itor of basket ball and is well known to the followers of the game in this city. An Enthusisiitir Cnstomer. Told her grocer that if he refused "R>| handle -OUR-PIK" Preparation she would trade elsewhere. She knew she could make Lenion.. Chocolate andi Custard pics better than the expert! cook if she used "Otrft-I*IB" aa ail 1 the ingredients.cavefnily prepared, are in the package ready for., immediate use. E.tch package, enough for two I large pics, lo cents. Order a dozen j IcKlay frnni ytiur grocer. I3.xcellent | also as a pudding sauce, cake filling, etc . 10,20,30 and 40 Per Cent Disconnt Reconslruction Sale, What it Is Doing toSewlqg Machines GOLDEX VALLEY. Rev. Ireland closed bis meetings at the Hall owing to the bad weather. i|c is a' good singer and very much in' touch with the .voung men and bad perfect order. He goes to Fort fleott today. , Mrs. Frank McFarland is lyihir very low at her bome In Stlllwell, 6k1a. Mrs. Mc])>iriaod wa« Ollie Ford, of E\* more. Tber were both raised lb AJ- len coonty. Sbe has typhoid, fever. Her many Allen coanty friends taop» for lier recorery. $ Machine is cat to toMo t4S-oo Machine is cot to $36.00 %\o Machine is cat to. .tz* f35 Machine is cat to.. I28 $25 Machine is cat to.. f 20 S20 Machine Is cat to. .$16 $16.75 Machine is cat to >t3.40 V What do you think of that? J.M. IOLA STATtBANK CAPITAL St2,800 A. W. Beck. L. E, Horrille, J. A, Robinson, H. L. Henderson, J. H. Campbell, Gco^ B. Nicholson, Prank RidiUe. THE IOLA X ^plc tor tbe IMa JK« A. W- AdBihilstrater's IToUee. State of Kansas. Allen County, ss. In the matter uf the estate o( Gdwin F. K%-ans, lale of Allen County, Kansas. Xotice of AppoiatmeaL Notice is hereby given, that on the 21sl day i>f November. A. D. 1907. the |undersigned was by the Probate Court of Allen County. Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of lh« Estate Of I<:dwin F. Evans. lata of Almn County, deceased. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice and govern ttaemselvea adcord- loKly. IVA EVANS. BcgiMer Wimt Ads. ttj keeavM the Bcvlster Want C^IOM.

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