Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 19, 1907 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, December 19, 1907
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Wrmm Kotend at Kalln•,'Fo «toao ^iM Second-daw llatter. AdTerttalns Bates Made Application. Known on SUBSCSIFTIOir SA! Bjr Carrier la lela, Gai Ctif, I4ui7»- . TlUe er La Harpe. One Week ...........10 centa One Month ........44 cents One Tear •. $6.00 I J By MaQ. One Year, in advance $4-00 Tiree Months, in advance 11.00 One Month, in advance .44 OFFICIAL FAFEB, CltT OF BASSET. xilbEB OF ASSOCIATED FBESS. The loU Dally Begbter is a member of the Associated Press and Beceives tke day report If that great news or- naliatlon. for Exclaslve Afternoon FablieatioB In lola. NEWS OF U HARPE BUSINESS llOrSES WILL TLOSE AFTERNOON niRISTMAS WAY. CHURCHES OBSERVE YULETIDE SUNDAY SCHOOLS HAVE PREPARED PROGRAMS FOR EVENING. Emhroldpr) (iub Has Postponed Meftinps Until After the Holl- 9 days. Business Houses Will Close. The business houses in this city will close Wednesday, Christmas day. The stores will remain open until noon, hut the banks and other such business places will remain closed the entire day. The closing of the business houses of this city on holidays is a custom which has been observed for a number of years. ..<... Are Preparing for Xnias. The .various Sunday schools of the LA Hai'pe churches are preparing for Christinas. Almost"all of the Sunday schools will give a program of some kind on Christmas eve. In connection with the Christmas program some of them will have^a tree. Mrs. Canatser Is Better. Mrs. Canatsey who underwent on operation at her home south of this city several days ago is a great deal better. It was feared for a time that she would not recover but now the chan>:es for her repovery are good. Has Extra Help. The hn Hari)e Racket has employed extra help to assist In UVrve ihe colors so successfully repro- wm licet far Tkni» ITIMIB. ThellAdleo' Anleaot and Modem Embroldety dnb of this city will not meet forithree weeks or n^Ul after the holidays; The.ladiea have been meeting every Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. O. Lenhiirt entertained last Tuesday. Prciiehed a Good Sermon. Rev. T. S. Hawley. the evangelist who conducted revival, services at the Presbyterian church some time ago preached an Interesting sermon at the church last Tuesday night. In spite of the bad weather the church was well fille^:. He held the attention of the.entlr^ audience for over an hour. Ifas Farewell: Party. A number of Delia Newman's friends went to her home in the south part of the city last evening probably for the last tftne. The ev^ing was spent with music and games. Miss Delia will leave'soon for Independence, Kas. where she will make her future home. Personals. E. E. Gates, left last evening for West Plains, Mo., on a combined I)leasure and business trip. IJefore returning he will visit a daughter. Isao Myers went to Moran, Kas.. yesterday on a business visit. Dick Kohler .of Colony, Kas.. was In the city yesterday on a business visit. Mr.s. C. S. Sfell, of Unlontown. Kas.. was heer yesterday the guest of Mrs. Halm. .Mis.'i T^tchen Slack returned ycster- Oay from Italdwin, Kas.. where she is aiieniliiig the Haker university. W.. O. Lenhart went to Faola, ICas., yesterday on a business visit. COLORED PHOTOGRAPHY AT K. U. Lnniiere Process Given a Test In the Chemical Club. Lawrence, Kas., Dec. 17.—^The Lu- niiere process of colored photography brought from Krance by Robert Kennedy Duncqn, head of the department of industrial chemistry in tl\e University of Kansas, and denomstrated before the chemical club has attracted the attention of photographers and chemists aH over the state. Before, Ihe i)resent season, , the plates had' been no farther west" than New York where experiments were made during the summer'. The Liimlere plates were bought in Paris where the process was invented and pictures were taken of local .seen ery and other objects. The i)lates are to the ordinary observer, very similar to the ones used In Cameras for usual jiictures. They cost' twenty-five cents In France and can be used in an ordinary camera.. The makeup.of the Lumiere plate is different from the ordinary plate In that between the glass and the sensitive emulsion of silver bromides are placed starch granules. These starch granules are first dyed orange, green and violet and mixed. Next they are placed on the glass In a single layer but they are so fine that they are inuctically innumerable. Then the usual coating of sensitive emulsion Is l)laced over the starch. At jjreseijt there is no paper from which these colored plates can be printed and In order to secure the proper effect, they have to be thrown before the spectators on a screen by means of a lantern. But scientists are busy perfecting paper that will pre- .'iVio s'^lfr^'enra '-helV. TcTca^rfo;I duced If. this new system, on a,single the'large holiday trade. Misses Walk-I I''"!''-. er, Hrlght and Mrs.. Remington are working this week. M. Wi A. i 'lll Hold Installation. On the evening of January 7th the time iilctures with the exact colors of the objects photographed will be produced by everyone who has a camera. Register Want Ads. Bring Besnlts. A Man's Store for Mao's aoodft~Buy your holiday wants for your Husband, brother. Son or Sweetheart here whim you can make no mistake in selectinff the right thinj; at the fight price. A large and handsome line of holiday goods for Men and Boys, that will make useful and sensible Christmas Gifts. Here afe a few Holiday Suggestions: SEE OUR WINDOWS TheBBSfiOverooBi VbIubb at thlB StBrB The greatest Overcoat values of the season. Everybody needs an overcoat, and when you can buy one at a saving from $2.50 to jn.OO its economy on your part to take advantage of this offer. All of them correctly made, all good patterns, all perfect fitting. Overcoat that sold for f 10.00, uow $7.50 Overcoat that sold for $12.00, now $9^75 Overcoat that sold for $15.00, now $12.50 Overcoat that sold for $20.00, now $14.75 Overcoat that sold for $23.50, now $16.50 Overcoat that sold for $25.00, uow $20.00 There are 1200 Overcoats to choose from. These, are not jobs picked up for special sale, l>ut Overcoats from OIK regular sto;k, all clean reliable goods. Buy them now. iWsa'tf JMsoAriiviMr 25c up to $l.CO , Man's Sut/mmitmn 25c up to $1.25* 's SUk 25c up to $1.25. JMaa's mattlmrs 50c up to $2.50. Mmu's OoHmi' Bagm $1.25 up to $2.50. Mam's IravsUng Bags ami Salt Oasas $3.50 up to $15.00. Man's Fanay Haas. 25c up to 75c Man's Draaa SHIrIa 50c up to $1.50 Man's Habby Hais $1.85 up to $3.50. Man's Draaa Blavaa 50c up to $2.00. Man's Faaay Vasis $1.50 up to $3.50. A large and handsome line of Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes apd Pajamas to select from at Popular Prices HBiiday HBBdquBriBrB fBr Man^B WaniB Copynght 1907 Tbe HOOK of Koppenliaaet Chicago L NEWGARAGETOOPEN Yuimg .Men Hiue Benteil Building. D»>("lNle The room in the DeClute building just east of the city gas ofllce has been rented by Merrill Ultter and C. U. Efichhaugh to be used us an auto Karatie shop. The loom Is being llt- l« reSdy for occupancy by next week. The new firm has already orderel a lot of new machlnerv to be placed In the shoii. MRS. STEWART WANTS DIVORCE Alleges Abandonment as Cause for Action Against Husband. I 'd up today and will probably In eady for occupancy by the Ilrst of Margaret Stewart began suit In district court today against Arthur Stew- rrt for divorce, alleging abandonment as the principal grounds for tho action. Th? couple married In Jacksonville. 111.. July nist. 1901 and hav.> thrr." children. Mrs. Stewart charges tliat her husband had a violent temper and abused her. She says that he iibnndoned her In November. lilOfi. Sh.^ asks for tho custody of the chl'd- ren. WAHTSr , Holiday Igwear Xmis Suggestions In Men's and Mdies' Footwear Something we all need when Winter strikes us We could suggest nothing better and more appropriate than a pair of Ladies', Men's or Children's nice house Slippers or Shoes for Xmas Qifts. See Our Window of fancy |HoIiday Slippers in all Colors, Brown, Red, B'ack, Qrey, Purple and Wine. Prices from BOo to $2 ' Shoe Company The Storm for GhHoi- mmoBlfimr And headquarters for the best in Jewelry. No matter whether it is an inexpensive gift 50U intend'or a costly one- Be sure to select early. Waterman and Parker , Fuantain Pens. Q. A. LEFFLER, JEWELEB. WAMTEO' CfOAR SALESMAN WAKTED-nEX- lierlence unnecessary. JlOO per ttonth and expenses. Peerless Cigar CO., Toledo. Ohio. ; : ' WANTED—Second hand ll ^ndiMtar pop gun. Inquire 105 South Second Btret. fDR FOR SALE—Some mules, comidg 3- year old. Come pick out a span.' S. L. Remsberg, one mile south of Gasl FOR SALE—Young milch coW;: CIS North Oak street. F€»R SALE—Or will trade for good clear farm or $1000 property In iola. balance in cash or notes; the Snyder Live.-y Uarn. La Harpe. J. Y. Howell. "FOR SALE OR TRADE OR RENT— Furnishings In the Baltimore :HbnBe, with lease. Inquire 209 Sooth Back-eye. ; FOR SALE—No. 1 good heathig stove; gas or coal; a perfect atove. 209 South Buckeye. % FOR SALE—11800 stock of groew les and store fizturea. 402 Sdotk Rentuc^ street. Usefii Xmas Preseits , ' The finest line in town. Call and inspect otu stock. T. Bo ShaimoA Nortit Side Square lola. Kan. rUE IOL.i TETEBDIABT HOSPITAL baa been moved to 214 West street. In the new brick building just completed and la equipped with an operating table and all. the latest appU- ances for the Hnmane and Sclpntific treatment of JKimestic Animals. Calls made anywhere night or day. Phone 139 for hospital or residence. •FRANK S. BBATTIB. V. S., Proprietor. FOR SALE—A driving mare ud bnggy. Horse city br^e, safe fOr lady to drive. Inquire 832 North-at^ot FOR nan' i FOR RE.\T—House and barni S6ath Kentucky. Phone 998 P—2. FOR RE.\T—Eight room hoasaon car line. Wheeler Heights. Modem. Newly . papered and varnished. Inquire of W. A. Wheeler at The loja Portland Cement company. FOR RENT—Five room house and barn, three blocks from 8qaar& $9.00. \MiIuker & Oonnell. Its Economy To have yonr Carpets and Sags cleaned hy ' ' f t '•I •i -

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