TiKlOU|liIL¥IEilSfE|'"^ ' CHiBLES F. SCOTT Tdephones. ReporterB* Room ^. .22: Bnilnesa Office ....I Entered at lola, Kansas, Postofflce, aa Secoad -clasB Matter. I Adrertislng Rates Made Known on Application. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. : By Curler fa folk Gas City, LUTOA. TlUe or La Harpe. One Week 10 c^nta One Month 44 cwta One Year 1 ^.00 By HaO. One Tear, in advance 14 .00 Three Mont) s, in advance $1.00 One Month, 1 u advance .......... .44 OFFICUL |>APEB, CITY OF BASSETS MEMBER Of ASSOCIATED PRESS. The lola D lily Register Is a ncmber of tke Assoc latcd Press and Receives tlie 4ay rcpo rt if that great news or< gaaliaifoii for ExcIusWe Atteraoojii P»bIlcaUoii lola. 3 INJURED IN MOTOR CRASH. A Cab and the Car Collided at a Dei . Moines Corner. Dea Moines, la., Dec. 26.—One poi>, son probably wiU die and two are more or less dangerously injured as a result of a motor car's collision with a cab at an early hour today. It is believed that Ralph Loy Is fatally ln» jursd. The others injured are E. Gruen wald and C. H. Vandervort. Tho: motor In which the three men were seated ran Into a cab rounding the corner. The cab wa's badly damaged- but Its occupants were uninjured. MISS HA.LUE Irving loft yesterday for. Kansas City, Kas., where she has a position in the city schools. Health- Economy When Yoa Need The Doctoi^ In A Hurry and he cannot get to you quickly, that is when Jayne's Expectorant proves of invaluable assistance.. Ppeumo- nia often comes witl^ a sudden chill or a sudden congestion of the lungs—frequently at night. It is th^ that DR. D.JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT may prove effective in saving life by preventing an attack of pneumonia. For 77 years this well-known remedy has proved successful in relieving and curing Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Croup, Whooping Cough, Inflammation of the Lungs and diseases of like nature. OrtHTOTAT. ul k«* K M kud Ibr u «9Mr- ftuj. TbM la bettlM, f 1 .M, BOc, Uc. JVW'M Tsale T*rmiAuf «Iaa*plcn- dld tonic for adults, as well as aaafa Worm Cure for children. MOST MAKE CNAKGE prof. Hoad Saya Septic Basin is Over- Taxed. Prof. Hoad, the sanitary expert of tho state board of health, and members of the Kansas University faculty who inspected the lola septic basin this morning at the request of the c:ty counci!. will tell that body this evening what alterations should be made. The mayor has called a special session of tho city council to discuss the matter. In talking with a reporter this momintr Prof. Hoad said that tho KauRe showed this morning when ho and the council visited the basin, an averapo of 36,000 gallons per minute, emptying Into the basin. This he sa>-« is far more than It should bo for this basin. But with raference to what should be done to remedy this. Prof. Hoad said that ho preferred to tell the coimcll first. In fart he says that he will not h6 able to toll until ho looks • further Into the I matter which will probably take tho ' most of the day. NEW WELL IN NEXT WEEK. Galumef Baking Powder .Best by Test A Good Ilcsolntion. Resolve to enter the lo^a^BusIness College at the beginning of W08. rrc()arc yourself for a business slt- uftlion during this business di)prcssion that you may be rc.'idy for some pood po.sition when financial conditions become better. The lola Uiislnpss CoUoRcj is now giving a I."> per cent reduction on all tuition settled on or before January City Expects to Complete One Near the Power House. .\. Cowan, councilman from tho third ward, pnd member of the utility onnimlttec, stated this morning that If the gas well which they are drilling near the city powr>r house Is onc- ha'f a.*; large as those across the river it will he of one-tl Ird more value to tho city. He fl?ures this way bo- cause It wlil not be necessary to pipe It Ti?ar so far. Mr. Cowai: says that the bringing in of this well may moan the developing of a now field. It Is Ukoly. ho says, that a string of wells will ho drlToil so that they can be connected on the sanie line with this one. Tho well which Is being drilled near I llie power house will be completed tlie first of next week. 1, 190."?. Al)niTH)>Al SOriETY. MARRIED AN INDIAN''. ^ Denver Girl is Wedded to Full Blood. * —Romance .of Five Years. Denvor. Colo.. Hoc. 27.—N'vws has bii'n rwolvod liorc ihat >Iis> Mario Arinold. of this city, was niarHod l.i^t •Monday in Santa Fo, N. M.. to Albino .Oh|avarri.: a full DKKid Indian. The wt^ddlng oiuls a romance whicb bopan five years ago during the Mtiuntam and Plain' festival when a nuSiber of Indians were brought to this. city. A Real Wonderland. Soufh Dakota, with its rich silver mincsti bonanza farms, wide ranges and strange naur.il formations. Is a veritable wonderland. At Mound City, In the homo oS .Mr.^. E. 1). Clapp. a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred. Her son seemed near doaili wiih'Innp and throat trouble. "Rx- liautsing coughing .spoils occnrreil every tivo minutes." writes .Mrs. Clapp. ['wliou I bcg.nn giving Dr. King's New Discnvory. tbo great medicine, that , savort his life and complolclv cured liini." (Juarantoed for coughs and colds, throat and lung troubles. I>y all druggists. TiOc and $1 .00. Trial l):ii- tlo free. Tni5 Rl'UBKA and toa Y. M. C. A. basket ball teams will play tonight at th? Y. M. C. A. court. Eureka h.ia a fast team and has yet to suffer Its first defeat of the season. Before Inventory Sale Now in full progress. Come with the crowd. Every department in tie house was crowded yesterday. This is the reasoln. Big reductioi^s on Dress Groods, Shoes, Ready-tp-jWear, G-arments, Linens, Draperies and Rugs. - (pome tomorrow sure, you'll find values that you never dreamed of. The stock must be reduced by January 1st Raad the fcl ing prices: ' Standard Prints, yd. Best quality Outing flanels, all colors and patterns, pi ice.. 7. MSo, yd. 35c Underwear for Childiren and Misses, buy all you want ..'.. .tSo Good quality wash cloths....! 2e All dolls at t»3 oS marked price- One lot fancy silks, values up to $1.25, on display in south window, choice per yard SSo Oae lot fine silk waist patterns,value up to |r.S5, on the bargain table at ^98a yd. Ooe lot fiac suiting silks in plain or fancy .stripe color combinations, values up to 85c. Buy them in this sale for.:. ^9o yd. All comforts and blankets reduced, buy them now. Fl«jeced Waistings in all colors and patterns,. 12ic values for 9o yd. Fine linen Scarfs and Squares,values up to 11 .50, on sale for B9o For TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, Men's 50c Ribbed, Fleeeed Underwear, Saturday only. SEE DISPLAY IN SOUTH WINDOW Plenty of Them Buy your Underwear Tomorrow If You're Wise GARMENT For tomorrow only, we will offer 160 dozen Men's Heavy Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, the usual 50c sellers, at 35c a s:arment. Four shades; ecru, brown, blue and salmon color, all full sizes. Don't expect these at 35 cents after tomorrow. A Reduction on every iVIan's and Boys' Overcoat in the store. Largest Distri- .butors of Clothing in the-State. * Stores at Pittsburg, Wichita, Weir City and lola Kansas. AMUSEMENTS Ad>I:iMe Thurston, th.it ch.irinlnK >o«nK acln-sfi with the iilqiiant ainl wlnninK pi-rsonallty. will prrsont at tho (Jrand December ixtli lier la.st season's sviccrss. "The ttirl From Out Vo!idir." In this In.^tanc:- the pirl from out .vonder Is the charniInK Out unoonvontional danghter of a llght- hoii.se keeper who has Iiee'i reared on a lone'y Island several ni:les off the roast of .Maine. Tt? iday Is said tn have a nmnhcr of well defined characters, typical of Maine and of the (i«hery industries which flourish alonp: its ruppced shores. Manacer Fr.->ncis X. Hope has Riven the play a fine scenic production. tli3 four acts heiuK the work of a well-known New York artist, H. P. Knight. Charles H. Yales "Painting the Town" will be seen at the Grand December .10 and then the rush for re- sarved seats will dcHfiht the manager's heart. Those who attend the performance will be thoroui;hly entertained as it is a bis musical spectacular and the aim of the management. Charles H. Yale Amusement company, has been to produce a comedy for the people. John F. Leonard and Will Halliday. the two fnn producers make you lannh, while Mazie Kinp, the Queen of Dancrrs, wl'l positively appear in Utopia or The I^nd of The Fancy, known to he one of the few costly vaudeville productions that fairly electrifies you. Po not fail to see Charles H. Yale's Paintlns Tha Town." It will plea'so you beyond expectations. Everythin.-; known to comedy and opera is contained therein. The .scenery and electrical effects are marvelous. THE I>DI.\.\ AM) niilTE L.\DV. ri :s(rnd of Spn-adlnir .llnnille Ihe Illfr lliirk Carrli-d Her .\rross Paddle. UNLOADING STEEL RAILS TODAY The Switch at Carlyle Will Now be Built J. II. Hutchinson, the Carlyle merchant, was in the city today and stated that the steel rails for the nDw switch the Santa Fe Is to build from the main line to the site of the hiick and cement plants, is beini; unloaded today. A larse number of men ara wftitlnR fo KG to work on the line. If the weather remains favorable not many weeks should elap.se until the work is completed. The work of bui!dinB the plants will not b?Kin actively until the switch Is completed as the transportation of the material is not an easy matter without a switch. THE CASES of the city vs. Roy Gnil)bs and the c ty VE. -Chicken" Crawford who are cha.^ed with Iwwt- leiRlni? whiskey, have oeen sat for two o'clock New Years day. MAYOR Mathlas. of Humboldt. Is :a tho city this afternoon on business. PaES CPRED IN C TO 14 DATS. POZO IO.VTMENT is gaaranteed to core anr case of Itehins, BlindJ Bleed* Ins or Protmdlns Piles In 6 to 14 daya or moaer refunded. 60c. Ciillirio. Okla.. Moc. 27.—Sir Walter U.nU'i.Kli'a Kallant lilt of acconinioda- ;'oii i.-i thrtMiet'.eti with expulsion from the iui:id of a man In the eNpcrience of .Mis5 .Margaret Chance of Chicago, tjie C();:rticr in this in^•l:^nce being a blK Indian buck. The scone is much the Kjiuio—a stro'.'.. a puddle of water, sweet dismay and I lie rest. Only in Oklahoma the ever ready male did not spread his mantle in the black puddle. Miss Chance Is In r .artlesville. Okla.. where she is superintending the art dejiarlment of the public schools. Yesterday she lioarded the wrong car on her way to the school and at the end of the line she dismounted in an unpaved district. She started to walk back toward town, but found her path blocked by a guliyi wide, full of water and, to her. impassible. It was either wade or wait for the next car and the school hour was juist. As site stood hesitatin.? on the brink of the small pond, she suddenly felt herself In a jiair of strong arms and her breathless, frightened look caught .•I pair of big eyes emliing at her over high, coppered cheek bones. Naturally she screamed. Her frantic stru.^- gle.s wore short lived. Gently us a chi-d in it's mother's .gras|> she was released—on the other side of the gully. The stolid Indian machine that had solved her problem of transportation UKiked down from its immense height. "I help white lady," was all. He walked away witliDiii a glance back. •Miss Chance is an unusually pretty young w<«nan. She has liecn in Har- tlesvllle less than a week. She to!d the story to her sch<K)l. She a.ssiire<I her pupils she was not the least bit frightened. • Como and see ns If yo'i need a farm loan. We handle life Insurance money Knd are not effected by hard times. Tije Ked-clI-Ray Realty Co. E.MIKE F .4 .Mn-Y lUIOED. Five McmlH>rs of Clark's Familr Lo.se Their LITM. noston. Dec. 27.—Five persons were burned to death in a tire that destroyed the house of John Clark at Wutertown. a suburb, today. Every member of the Clark family met dtaili. IS SHE DEAD OR IN A TRANCE? Wa'Iingford. Conn.. D:»c. 27.—Suji- IHjscdly d«'ad and with all the preparations made for the funeml. Mrs. Gil- Ijert X. Allen was not btiried this afternoon, as had been apjiolati-d, her relatives MU ving that sh? is In a trance. Good Agents ma%e $.'•.•)() and n^ore per day selMng new Automatic F.ist- encr for citbe^ skins or troiiscrs. Unrivaled agency propotiition because repeat sales are guaranteed. (Not sold in stores). Write for 8i>eclal offer to represent us. Automatic Hock & Eye Co., Uobokeo, N. J. WINDOW. THIEVES' BIG HAUL. Chicago, nee. 2t;.—WSiile the Jewelry vtore i ;f David Holt/ was crowded with customers last night, and many pi'opie were passing in the stn-et, two t<iiiliora smashed a show window ami t -sc .TiuNl with two frays of diamonds anil j.-'.vc;s valued at*$.'),Omt. There was an instant chase after tho thieves, ly H<)lz and his watchmaker, John Rfichman. \V^e^ Rfichman. running, fired at the fleeing men Detective Hart caught Iteichman and arrested him. The thieves in the meantime escaped. Rejrlsfrr Want Ads. Pay because fa the Kegister Want Colonins. WORK 0\ THE BideXiai: HOTEL. E .\(T -vation for the LaSalle, Ckteago, Begins .Varrh 1. Chicago, Dec. 26.—Excavation for the tweniy-two-story hotel, to be known as the LaSalle, will begin on .March 1. The building, which is to be l(>c;itrfl on the northwest corner of I.,aSalle and Madison streets, will be. when completed, the largest hotel in the West. — It is to cost $2,SO0,00O, exclusive of furnishings. The latter will cost approximately $1,000,000. The project is bcin-^ financed by the Hotel LaSalle Comiiany, of which George H. Gazley of .N'ew York is the head. The hotel • will contain 1,170 rooms. ArbucMes' is a tremendous organization' that results in economy, and gives coffee drinkers in the United States the cheapest good coffee in the world. We have onr own offices in Brazil, charter onr own vessels that bring the coftee to onr own docks in Brooklyn^ own our own stores where tiie green coffee inatrres and improves. Arbackles' Ariosa Coffee is not touched by human hands —it is cleaned, sorted, roasted, packaged and weighed by ingenious machinery, mostly constructed by our ownmachin- ists in our own shops. The package is for your protection, that you may be positive that you receive the genuine Arbuckles* Ariosa Coffee every time—no matter where you buy it or what price you pay. We will tell • you where you can buy Arbuckles* Ariosa Coffeeif you have trouble in finding it. ABOrCEXD BROS.. New York dtl.
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