Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 20, 1907 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

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1 i . -1 1 if J AGuttftrmmaOtmSOparouHt At this sale we will give a discount of ^om 20 to 50 per ceai on all Toilet goods, Bracelets, Cat Glass, Silver.Plated goods and China. NO eXtRA OHAROeS fOH HAMD EHQRAyihQ ' Bracelets, old price $6 .oo,now. $4 .00 Silvier Toilet Set, old price $9 .03, now $6.50 , Bracdets, old price $5.00, now.. $3.75 Hand Parted Plate, old price $2.50, now. $1.25 * Silver Toilet Sets, old price $1 r. now. $7.50 Gold Handled Umlirella, old p-ice $to,now $7.50 Largest Stock in Southern Kansas. Our holiday business is not so large as usual and we do not want to carry thb stock over until next year—the reason for our big discount sale. Don 't miss it as we are pffering real bargains. - .V I OLA, KANS Great Reduction Of Prices on ChristmasQoods Brush and Comb Sets, Military Brush Sets. Hand Painted China , and many other articles. 25 to 40 per cent off. Come and I Investigaie. Heautiful Calendar Plates for 190S given away SPENCER'S lola Business College Higlht or Day Swmlon Bookkeeping. English, Physical CuU hire, etc. Shorthand.-Letter WritiDK. CITY One Dollar In Script 'or Money Is pood for $2.70 worth of Sanltol goods at J. D. Mundls & Co. This offer closes December Cist. Cigars in Christmas Boscs. C21 and bare them delivered. Phone COr.NTY Attorney M. K. Sickly yes- tprday sent to State Treasurer Mark Tnlley a chock fqr $1,340 as the Interest o!i school and townshrji bonds held by the stale in this coun?y. Four choice milk cows, three horses., harness and wagon will be sold Saturday at the feed yard, commencing at 2 o'clock s^arp. Chas. Bishop. " f THE Y. Af. C. A. of lola telephouftl to the Normal the other day, askin..^ • to arrange for a game of basketball j with the Normal tenni Friday nighr. • The Normal accepted tha invitation I to p'ay the ganio nod had the tenni made up, whon It rccerved another I message from lola, calling the gamo off, on account of nnotiier engagement.—Emporia fiazettc. fUWUUfU^ AvsBCta.lna.; Islieiv th»'taeit of Mr. and MA: W. T . Steele. ^Mr= HbUlAa- W OT Q L came in yesterday from Old Mexico wl^ere be baa been rlifltins relatlres and seeing'sigbts. Get yonr Holly and Ewing ft Burdick'8. Mistlietoe at CHAS. CARPENTER, of Berlin Bourbon county, Kansas, is in the city today on business. Powell, tbe real estate man, baa a few tbonsand dollars to loan on farms at a reasonable rate. THE MX::htBERS of Class A, 5th grad& of the Lincoln building this afternoon presented their teacher. Miss Kilbom, with a postal card album, as a Cbristmas gift. Tbe present was placed on the Christmas tree of the 4ih and Ctta grades in the 4th grade room. The room was nicely decorated for the occasion. Ijidlcs desiring to learn band Instruments and join a ladles' band, object culture amusement and society. For particulars call on Mrs. H. P. Wells, 222 Sycamore street. Phone 100. ALMOST all of the iola yonng people who arc atte:idin;; school out of town came in jytdtiaiin'litiSWtt Bewail THV >Mr Ftaii MM 8 IM» FtaueMPlair; The big lola tactory. pay roU was met today with cash for. tbe first time In sereral weeks. -Ttas payment..of cash was first, suspended six weeks ago." Ftor two pay days following that tbe pay roll was met by the clearing house certificates and last pay day one half casb and one-halt clearing house certificates was paid. Today, the first time since the issuance of the clearing house certificates, the employees of the lola factories were paid cash in full. This indicates that the financial situation In this city Is a great deal better. AKR.VNGE ('EMET£K¥ WORK. Ja||kn ABen qwiis »'iinJipoiitlaB'.to th*:clty oooneU last aliACto kaadld ail etty gantage for one year tor tke sUpnlatea nun of IM7S. He told.tiM council be would keep three teaina at work. It- developed, bowerer. th«t^ the jpi^nt: garbage contract ooats the city, considerably less-or about $1200. and Mr. Allen's proposition was not considered further. PUT ON MORNING CARS. lola Electric Returns to Former Time Schedule. Lee Massengale, superintendent of Committre DirrctK ITork of Sexton and .Isiiistant. The public improvement committee of the city council together with Mayor M. G. Robinson met last evening after the ccuncll session and decided U|ion (he manner of conducting the two cemeteries. From now on Wm. Stover will have charge of tlie new cemetery and Oeorge Thompson the old cemetery. In case of extra work ^ _ _ anoiher man will \>e employed to as- last evening to spend !>*ist- JMa arrangement was made to their vacation with relatives. They have a Iwo-v.eek.'; vasation this year. The few who staiii for special work ^ill bo home fonmrrow evening. Improved acre tract on Electric line for sale on terms. Call iihone 10."iO. avoid any arise over work. controversy that the distribution might of the STR.VYED—Wjiie French Poodle: collar tag number .•J.'.S. Return to 311 North First. Reward. the lola Electric Railway, announced this afternoon that the momlnff cars would run on tbe okt schedule beginning tomorrow. In view of the re- opsning of tbe smelters at Gas City. Hie first car will leave I.aHarpe at 2:30 a. m. for lola and will leave lola cn the return trip at 3 o'clock a. m. The" cars were taken off during the temporary shut down. .V Daa{m'OB» Doadlork, that sometimes terminates fatally, is the stoppag eof liver and bowel fimc- tlons. To qnlckl j-end this condition without disagreeable sensations. Dr. King's New Lief Pills should always be your remedy. Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory In every case or money back at all drug stores. 25c. THE BOARD of directors of the Allen County F^ir Association will meet in the oflice of Smith & Travis tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Eat anything you like and when you like it, but take a Mi-o-na stomach THE Pl-BLIC schools ut Erie werej ^fj^' |° ^^^/TJ'^'l'' and prevent Indigestion. 50c a box. •Nothing if it fails. Charles B. Spencer. BEAR FLOUR Has Stood the Test Becaose its the Best Acce|)t No Other , Wm. Obetdorf, Agt. closed yesterday for the holiday cation, owing 10 the prevalence of scar let fever among the pupiJs. ' A large number of (the pupils were known to have been exposed to the disease but no action was taken toward stamping out the epidemic until the death of Ktlicl Harnhart. The school authorities hope by the close of "the regular vacation the epidemic will bo under coutrol.—Chanute Tribune. ALFALFA Day ,was all kinds of a success at Humboldt, and the enthusiasm spread beyond lUe city limits. —Emporia Gazette. Phone 621 for Christmas Cigars delivered to all parts of the city. MR. AND MUS. Ed Mllnor will leave Monday for Rich Hill, Missouri.^for a two weeks vist with friends and rera- lives. P. E. Ifanrh, BentTirt. Pboie I8B. Office over. BvrrelFs Drag Stere. PEARL HUNT, the 1J year old girl who'" recently disappear.^d from Emporia, and whose thrilling adventures form a lurid chapter in Kansas hi."?-, n/^oo r^r .r... 1 . j # , „ ,. , ^ ROSS CLARK left .vesterday for tory. had all the i>o'.lcemen in tho p,,,ifornla where he expects to make riirlstmas Trees at dick's. Ewiu;: & Rur- his future home. His family expects 5-tate looking for hcv. At lola the officers locked up an elderly woman j <" f"llo«' bim ^n a very short time about six feet high in the belief that she was Pearl.—Emporia'Gazette. Dr. Vrniey, OcnIlsL Messenher Boys will dcllrpr Christmas pnckaaes for yon to any place in I ho city. You ran pet them any time nt the >Vestem rnlon otticc it For PAY DAY ami. Boys and Children's" drcrcoats, all .»w Patterns, splendid ralnrs $*i .00 TO Sii .OO Children's Snits In all the »w DP- siarn.*, a^re 3 to 16 jears, at S2.O0 TO jgy^io A few timely hintii for Xmas Prrs- eats. Bath Robes Smoking Jackets Fancy Tests, rrabrcllait, Tlesi, .Mafflers Fancy Saspeaders, Collar- Bags, Glorrs Hats, Caps, Half Hose, Shoes sad ShIHs; aU Ugh grade goods bat pop. olar prlcM. The Standard E<ierhemw, Stein Men's Overcoats in all new acd correct styles $6.00 $27M BARCLAY- SHIELDS CLOTHINQ COnPANY ^T«B BOrSS OF ^ALin.* SUITS In all the new models and fashionable colorings $10.00 to $25 (» Work while others rest. Win through sheer energy. The greatest energy-producing food made from wheat is Uneeda Biscuit the perfect soda cracker. In moisture and dust proof padtattt. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY HAS CRUDE OIL BURNER. W. S. Cooper is Inventor of Successful Device. AT THE GRAND TONIGHT. McCabe and Mack. Comedy Stars, Are The Attraction. ^uSt as snrely as the theatrical season rolls around we sure to see riding' on the top wave of success, the farce come<iy stars, McGabc & Mack, who now stand prs-emlnent in their (Moran Herald.) : "W. S. Cooi>er, who lives a . mile south east of town, thinks he has the right system of burning erode oil suc- pcc -ssfully and has applied for a caveat to protect him until he has his patent' lino of work. It is a complimentary perfected. The burner through which | fact m Ihcni that they have outlived the oil is burned Is made of cement 1 all of the farce comedy star* who and does not require any steam to i have b;.en prominent along with them ; keep the oil burning. The tank in j the last few years. AlcCabe & Mack ! which the oil Is placed Is put at such j are tha only team that entered the : a height as to make the gravity suf-; farce comc(!y atena years ago when I flclent to force tlia oil Into the bum- that line of entertainment became ! er and the alr^ supplied in such aipoim'ar. Thty are still at it. which I way that no soot is left from the oil j speaks columes for their hold upon SMELTERS WORKING which has been the difficulty In all j the oil burners that have thus far •been made for use In stores. Mr. • Cooper Is asing tbe burner at his : home and heats four rooms with nun ' stove and the amount of oil consumed i each day will run from four to six cents worth, according to the kind of weather and keep the house plenty warm. He has not tried it in,a cook store yet. but he sees no reason why II won't work Just as successfu'ly as in a heating stove. Yesterday he In, stalled a burner at Smith Bros.' slaushter house and It is workiiy to ' perfection. Today be Is putting hi a i burner In tbe furnace at Harlan Tay• tor's residence. Mr. Coo8?r Is very i sanguine over tbe permanent success ! of his invention, and. if It pnnrea to i he all that he claims for k. will make .him a fortune, for It will And a read.v^ ! sale every wh?re. as the expenses of . t.urnlng oil will be a great dea' less I than any other kind of fuel, ready has calls to install burners at; the amuseniint loving public. This makes their fourteenth consecutive year as stars at the head of their own organization. This team appears at the Grand tonight. .VII ibr favorite fointain drinks served at C'rabl)'s Innovation Soda Fountain. Hot or Cold. WANTS JEFFERSON ST. OPENED F. V. Crouch WouM Pnpitt for Work on Electric Road. ' F. V. Crouch, president of the Kan- Prime West^ra 2fo. 1 Will B« Operated for Tea Days—Ferhafs LMgier. The Prime Western Anieltier nam* ber one at • Gas City- waa'i operated again this m'oraing after a drat down of several days. C H. DeSaalles. of tbe Prime Western Spelter company, stated to the workmen at namber three works In this city that number one works would be operated for ten days any way and perhaps longer. This ^announcement was made today In telling some of the men to return to Gas City and go to work instead of working at number three works. After the shut doirn at Gas .a number of the smeltermen who had been with the smelters at Gas City for a number of years were given positions at number three works. COUNTY HAS BABY CARRIAeE. Mrs. J. S. Detwiler Donates One to \ the Farmers Room. Mrs. J. S. Detwiler has presented a baby carriage to the county, to be used In the rest room of the conrt house. Some time ago Mrs. Sam Crumley, wife of Janitor Crumley, stated that a baby carriage In the rest room would be a great conren- lence to the farmers' wires who »I«It Special - Headqaarterli tor l^utfs lino ot OnHad uA^QMiii^^ Toltet euMii Work HandkerehleC BOXM; ^ ^. Candles; PnS Bbna, CdmdruL*! Albums, Ftaey'DroMrK. Sterfi^ lers. Ties, XadTte' TxaaiTtm^ ingai Faacr Howa. : : -f ; W^a have a ale%' ••I«etjiin:::.«C. TwrsT diotea articles tttak Cftai^'DltlMitf ^jr^ aiaidtoa. Colorate^ trIiMi w«iaiNi-aB *>j^ig teg to Mil at price. TieM|,^ rsnf eholee c«t;atoala. " WiiwDl'ii^^^ gla<f to abow roa;;' • -/"^''^si^ :A;aMUMMA.i>Ni |^a wBM. rao«L ,„ ,,. „ Itlss J. KatheHAev^artfep^ip giv e private lessoiis.' Beim^Pttm|B]>J| System a specWty^:. - . A: And headqtuirteri 'lK' dJ(^> bat iaV Jiejweliy. No ma^ whtihj^i^ VI inexpensiTe gift jtm ittcnd dr ^ ^ costly one^ ) Be 'sttxe tOlideGt' ^uiy<*; Watenua .aaf'^Buker '-'--'-^'^i . ...^ a. A. LB!FPl.EH& opened. Now the street runs to Vine street only. Mr. Crouch asks that it He al-'be opened to Bassett. The object In making this request more places than be can supply, but' Is to get the street into condition for sas Southern Electric Railway com-iij,ere with small children. Mrs. Det- I<any. appeared before the city coun ; ^iier has acted on the su«estioa and cil at their meeting last evening and j the countv has on Its Ust of property asked that South Jefferson street b« • e KO K V carriage. be does not intend to push-It hard until ha gets his patent. very W;hen winds shriek high in fiendish glee. And enters winter with his key Protect yourself, from disease be free: Take Hollister's Rocky Hoontaln Tea. Bnrreli's Drag Store. Oct yonr Holly and Bwias t Burdlck's. MisOetoe at the Kansas Southern Electric Railway company's road which is to be constructed between here and Pittsburg. Kas. The matter was referred to the street and silley committee with instructions to investigate and report. Dainty and appetizing oor Hot Choc oIates.'serred with rich whipped cream at Grabb's. Frw dbt «t Laeooek*!. Hot Chocolate delldoDsly sorted with ridi whipped cream at Crabb'a. 9r. FOK THE UTIUPLOTED Help Citj Geaaen lUea Steps t* Laheriag Sea. The city council has taken steps to give employment to the - oaemployed men in the city. At 4he meeting last night a conunittee waa appointed to devise a plan for^ giving work to aa many men in need oC work as poBsfltfe. No deflaite action has as yet been.tA- en by the eommlttae but it la Int—i^bd to do vhaterer street inipiOTeBeiit work ia needed at onee; undrCt** tka onemplqyed the work. .. ii.-^> .^i.„ •:•^J•

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