Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 21, 1907 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, December 21, 1907
Page 8
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1 . , • A Smte of FURS thai will be Qniikily WelGomedf so JRer- Pent Piwoou-mtt On all Furs, embracing Fnr Coats, Caracul Coats, Sable and Isabella Fox Scarfs and MJifiF^, Nataral and Sable Squirrel Scarfs and Muffs, River Mink Starfs and M^ffs, Jap Mink Sets, and O|)ossum Scarfs and Mnffs. Choice of the entire stock less 20 Per Cent OisGduni from regular price. Pay salespeople j,i leis twenty per cent from marked price Xmas Sale of Shoes »4.00 Ladies' Fine Shoes for.. $3.25 $3.50 Ladies' Fine Shoes for.. .$3.00 r 13.00 Ladies' Fine Shoes for.. .$3.50 12.50 Ladies' Fine Shoes for ..$2.15 J2.25 Ladies' Fine Shoes for... $1.85 $1.-5 Ladies' Fine Shoes lor... $1.50 $1.50 Ladies Fine Shoes for... $1.35 OolloF Dollsl Dollef We only carry the best brands and they arc cheap—'twill pay yon to loofe at thom. Dressed Dolls for 50*.. 'iiit 14-Iucli Dressed Dolls for 9!)* •Kcstner" Dolls $l.:t5. $1.50 I'P TO $2.50 LudioB' Sweaters for Xmas Just received a fine assortment in vfhite. grey, bine and mixtures at v.... $1.98. $2.98. .•P3.98. $4.98 XMAS CLOAK SAI^ I7.9S Ladies' SOlinch Coata Xmas price $4.98 »n.38 Ladles* oO-inch Coats Xmas price $6.98 $10.50 Ladles' 50-Inch Coats Xmas price $9.95 $22.50 Ladies' 50-inch Coats Xmas price $13.95 $30.00 Ladies' 50-inch Coats Xmas price 617.95 $2.98 Chlldrea'a Astrlcan Coals For $1.98 $3.50 Dearskin Coats for . $2.48 $3.98 Children's Coats for $2.98 $5.00 Children's Coats for $3.98 $7.98 Children's Coats for ...$5.98 $10.00 Children's Coats for ...$7,98 Xmas Neokwear All new and pretty styles and a most acceptable gift. . * Chiffon Stocks with fancy "Jabot"^nds each • Swell Silk Stocks with pleated bands and de ends. All c6Iora. Each.'.. .MOo Handsome Silk and Chiffon Stocks, with silk and chiffon "'Jabot" effects. One in a box, each.....'. SOo New Embroidered Ivitien Collars. . New "Brjws" in a'\l the latest shades. Individual "Jabotis," i>Oc, 75c, $1.00. Fm ioy Chiffon Ruffs A V/Oman's delight—in black, white, Vrown, pink and blue effects. The prices Jtnge from fl.*.>S to* $8.00 each. I/.vdies' Swcat«rettes, newest patterns and colors, each ...^ .^ .BOo Swell Silk Scarfs For afternoon and evening wear. 45 inch silk Scarf in pink, blue, laven- dar, black and white. Xmas price, OQo 54 inch silk Scarf in oriental or flowered effect; pure silk, each St»23 54 inch fancy silk and brocade Scarfs, fl.75 up to SBmOO Children's Tocketbooks, with long or short chains, each SUSo Kid Gloves I/)ng or short, we have them. Wc show the best 11.00 and $1.50 two button dasp. 12 button length S3 >00« Hi button length SSmSOm New Cape Gloves, K> button, price per pair S4'mOO Biggest Assortment of Ladies' Hand'ohiefs In lola. Ladies' Imported Lace Handkerchiefs, very high grade and most beautiful designs, each S3m50 to SGmOO Ladies' fine Imported Linen Embroidered Cross-bar Handkerchiefs. The price each .30o &nd Beautiful lace edged Handkerchiefs, Mechlin or Armenian Lace, also swell embroidered ones, each 3So and Si»3B Our three for $1.00 pure linen cross-bar embroidered colored or white Handkerchiefs for ladies are th» best ever shown. Our 25c ladies* Handkerchiefs are a ewell and beautiful lot—about '2a different styles to select from. Ask for them. Ask to see our I oc, 10c and oc ladies' Handkerchiefs. 'Twill make yon happy We are showing the biggest and most complete line of Oenflemen's Handkerohiefs in lola. Special kind are the Embroid-' ered Initials. Your husband, brother, father or sweetheart would appreciate a box of our initialed Handkerchiefs. Gomhsf GombsF Have you seen *em? If not just take a glance at the big 12 foot showcase as you come in—you can see combs of all kinds and descriptions. Iv*^ Combs, all new, pi«tty patterns. S5c Combs, real swell styles. 50c and 75c Combs are the prettiest yet. 98c to $1.50 Combs are handsome, and so on up to $7. They are dreams. PORKERS TOOK DROP And Ho9 Sa',« C«t» Into Josticb Court in Damage Suit Justice "K. G. Hougb last everinp rendered judgment for $HS.5fl In the damage «uit of Tokuin & Roberts of Colony; TS. R. S. Burton of Geneva. The. parties each had a carload; of hogs which they were taking to the Kansas City market. Virhile on the road to Kansas CItr It seems that Barton bought the car load of hogs i>e- longine to Yokum &. Roberts at a j stated figure. On arriving at Kansas City It was discovered that the price of'hogs had t^en*e. big drop, ahd BqKon refused to pay over tha^ market price. The suit ye^ brought 'to recover I the difference between the -mtaket price and the prica agreed apon. ^ • MnndiB has the Candy for Christmas presents: the fiBc^t 6n the market and fresh from the factory. WILL LECTURE ON ATHLETICS. Prof. James Naitmith to Talk to Y. M. C. A. January 4th. The final arrangements for the lecture of Prof. James Naismllh of the State University have been made. On Saturday evening January 4lh he wilL lecture at the Y. M. C. A., and on Sunday afternoon he will talk at the mens rjeeting on "Personal Purity." The Saturday evening talk wUl be illustrated with stereopticon views. ' FUNERAL OF COUTANT TODAY. Many Friends Attended Funeral Ser. vices of Well Known Citizen^! The funeral services of J. W. Coutant were conducted from the First M. K. church this afternoon at two o'clock. Rev. J. M. Kason ofBciating. A large number of friends attended the funeral. The remains were laid to rest in the lolji cemetery. Mr. Coutant died yesterday morning. "Fro* Prison U> Palace" at the Grand theater toaigiit, 10 and SO rents. JACK THE PEEPER Night Prowler Has Been Seen in Several Parts of the City. "Jack the Peeper" is operating in lo'a a?.i!n. For some time complaints have come to the police that a night prowlsr was visiting different houses, knocking on the windows and frightening women and children. "Jack" seems to visit residences at those hours of the night when the man of the house <s absent from home. In pome localitifs he has been operating as e^irly as nine and ten o'- clocl:, but in others as late as twelve apd after. So far he has been very cautions and has succeeded in not rcvaallng h:s i4entity. , The police are giving the matter, special, attention and expect to catch the peeper if he con- tinu?s in bis work. WA.XTS «IO ,000 FOR SLANDER. - Phone C21 for Christmas Cigars delivered to ail parts of the city. JesM) VaoCuren Brfnir Suit Against W. J. Price. Jesse VanCuren baa brouRbt suit against his father-in-law. \V. J. Price, charging him with slander and asking damages in the sum of $10,000. The principals have been having trouble for some time, some of their controversies having been aired in the I courts. The r.etition goes on to al- ilo «:e that Mr. Price stated to John Windburn that VanCnren stole millet which statement the latter says Is libelous and slanderous. Both parties to the suit are well known in the southern part of the county where they now reside. This is the second slaadtT suit brought in tills county in the past few months. Nfitlce to Our Customers. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey »nd Tar for coughs and lung troubles is not affected by, the National Pure Food and Drug law; as it contains no opiates or other harmful drags and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and admits. Burrell'8 Drug Store. XORAX. Miss Pearlo Smith came home Sunday morning from Baldwin where she has been attending the university. \ musicaV and e\ocaWonaTy omer- tainment was given at the Methodist Protestant church Friday night, December 20th, by Prof, and Miss Vivian Eastham. Mrs. H. B. Smith came home from Baldwin Thursday afternoon where she has been keeping .house while Pearl and Ralph attended tbe aniver- slty. Ralph came home Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. S. Miller, of La Grange. 111., who has been visiting friends and relatives here, returned to her home Friday afternoon. Wesley Lacey arrived Friday after- aooa from Ba\dw\n to -siait uttb reU- tivcs and friends during holidays. Earl Ray, who Is attending Baker university at Baldwin, visited friends here Sunday and Monday. The Moran grammar room foot bail team and the Fairriew team will play foot ball Christmas at the Moran ball part- J. H. Thompson, Mrs. Bailey and Geo. Cone have been on the sick list this week. Mrs. Julian Paugb. of Colorado Springs, is here to spend the winter. WORMS -I vrlteto Mjoa kaowbgvl siWHlsl* joor brrkBd took two Un-fratiboxM and ywfii J5rmI«ft]on«. Then 1 commMfod^inrth;! SSmU Vrdi ^dv. April <tli. I »«.«lm »>tt. MtS» » «- tone ana orer • UiomMia w* I'tTTtens to mjr Ukin* CMeMrt} I <»Uii^ I bad a Up*-wona. I«Iw«j» had a M»U fSlKBmwt. IH ynnUia St- BrookUa. H T. r Th»5oweIS ^ . CANDvcjerMNne' imiiLUlE.Ta BUHI NIB in Ovor Sunday, I 4m# Bffy on MondayF

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