Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 17, 1908 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 17, 1908
Page 7
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nrc •mi.A-.PAn.T.JtlCBIMKK. EMPAI EYENISC. IlTfVAMTlliim: SPITZER GETS BONDS Company Centracl]i to Take All 1908 'Improvement Bonds From the City. SplUer & Company has contracted to buy all of the city Improvement bonds for 1908. Last nifht a representative of the company api>eared before the council and made a< prop osition for bonds which, after some little discussion, was accepted. The city will have perhaps $60,000 or 170,000 worth of bonds to dispose of during the year. According to the contract the ctnn- pany takes the bonds at 6 per cent with a premium of \i of 1 per cent. The bonds are to be issued In denominations of from $500 to $1,000. Because the city's londed Indebt. edness exceeds 15 per cent of Its valuation, the state school commlss ion refused to take tho improvement bonds of the city for 1908 at THEATER ME>' TO MEET. IL Lynch Mill >'ot Be .(bio to Attend. Geo. H. Lynch will not attend the meeting of the theatrical managers at .loplin next Siinday at which measures for the protection of copyrlphtcd plays are to be taken up, as he expects to be called west on business. The meeting will follow the one of Missouir and Kansas nmnagors. hold in Kansas City Sunday, at which the Western .Association of Producing and Hoiis(> .Managers was or^nUed. The. i>rinie movers In the iindcitnk- Ing arc Gwrgo 11. Hronnan, proprietor of "The. Clansman." William A. Rrndy. conirolllnp 'The Man of the Hour," Llebler &' Co.. -The Sinmw Man," David Belasco. "Tho Girl of llio Golden West.' and "I^ose of the Ilan- cho," and other nianasors who say that tho value of their rnjiyiiKlitiMl plays has been proaily inipaircl by pi- rnfcd versions. They will ask the local ilianaprcTs. ^ first, to refuse to prbduco any play? for stock companies who fail to .show royalty receipts, and second, to j>cti- tlon congress for a new law makin;; it a misdemeanor to pirate any portion of a copyrighted play. CEMENT MEN HERE An Important Meeting Doing Held in Kansas PorUand Offices This Afternoon. An important meeting of cement men is being held this afternoon In the offices of the Kansas Portland in the Northrnp building. It has been known for some time that a bis deal was on and it is understood that this deal is being considered this afternoon. An effort was made to get in communication with some of the oflicialR of cement plants, who are. in attendance at the meeting at three oclo k but it was given out that the business under consideration would not be a;i- juBted until later in the evening. The following are amoiig tho.-c in attendance at tho meeting: W. K Kaifee, Carthage; A. K. Henoke. (^irthage: W. C. Glynn, Webb City; A. M. Drake. Carthage; Dr. L. H. Cala- On all Men's SWs and Overcoats during our ShoverEm Out Sale! Almost three more months of winter weather. Buy that Overcoat now, Wear it the rest of the winter, and have a good coat next year. A saving of $4.00 to $8.00 on all Overcoats. Copyright 1907 by Har: isf Marx Men's $8 50 Sujtp, Shovrl 'Em Out. Men's $'.* ;;0 SnUs Sh.vri 'Em Out. Mcii'.< $22.50 Siiit.«, Shovel 'Em Out. $5.00 $10.00 $17.50 Men's $25 00 Suits 01)0 A A Shovel 'Em Out... OZUlUU CHILDREX'S OTERCOATS. $2.50 Overcoats $1..?0 $;{.ri0 Overcoats $3.00 Overcoats 93.50 .Men's l.'.c and 20c Hose now 10<^ .Mens Idc Hose, now 7c 3 pair for 20c. .Men's Wool I'tidcrwear, regular prU-e $1.00. 'Shovel 'em out i .Gof Men's |6 .fi0 Overcoats # I C|| Shovel'Em Out OflUU Men's SIO and $11 O'coats #7 Cfl Shovel 'Em Oat..... 11UU Men's $15 Overcoats fill Afl Shovel Em Oat glUiUU iMen's $20 Overcoats #|C Afl Shovel'Em Out OlOiUU $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Sample Shoes, Shovel 'Em lOut $1.50 and $1.75 Work Shoes, Shovel 'Em Out . . . . MEX'.S FrRM.SIII>(JS. Night Shirts. $1.00 quality- •^•ow• Ga<; Hoys .'lOc Sweaters, now a .l^ Hoys' 2'>c nibbed I'nder- wear l,',^ Children's ."lOc and 2.">c Caps lo^ Men's 50c Underwear.. .35^ Men's $1 and $1.25 SkirU 850 OLA CITY KA- MOSIXO AXD TASS.VB OlOX ODERWEAB REDUCED. $1..')0 Munsing Union Suits Now $1.15 $2.00 Union Suits now $1.40 $2.50 Union Suits Now $1.75 $3.00 Union Suits Now $2.35 Copyright 1907 hj Han Schafiner £tf Mane way and son, Nevada; A. 13. Cockerill, .\"cvada: A. H. Hayden. Kau.'^as City, .Mo.: Thomas n. Rcnhani. Kansas City, .Mn.: It. W. Hocker. Kaii.s:is City; O. V. Wilson. Kansas riiy: T. K. Chandler. Kansas City: William Moynion: Wiicamie. Kas.: C. Y). Hwc'ti. N'ev.-.da: W. r. Markhani. Malihvin: .M. .r. .Sclickcl, Constaliol: William ISov.ker. hating the prohibitory law, and has! commission that sev'cral cases against hlni appealed tion has boon plliccd on tho now tax from the city court. Reynolds formerly ran a cab line here. He was arrested on Information furnished by dstpctives hired by the city and county officials. Vnder the terms of his parole, Reynolds Is not to touch liquor for a year and Is to abstain from enRagiiiR in law, relative to the wroHK construe- .\..-vada: A. L. Hill. Nevada: T. W. Vaiulivter. Nevada: .\rtliur Dally, 1 the traffic in any way whatever, -priimfit'lil. .Mo.: 11. S. Hale. Neode-' Ir .i. an.l V. S. Mead. saxinK .stocks in foreign corporations, by some of the SKELETON IN COURT county officials. It was thought that local people owning slock in coni-j panics doing business here but liav-j iiig their official location In other states met pay ta .Nos on the stocks. The memhers of the con in sslon state An Interesting: Feature ) D Butt.s Damage Harley BOB REYNOLDS PAROLED. Itol) Ktynolds was this morning parob'd by .Itidi^e Fouvt. Reynolds pleaded guilty some time ago to vio- MISUNDERSTOOD THE LAW. Stocks in Strictly Foreign Companies Only Taxed. County Clerk Emmet Culbcrtson has been informed by the state tax The Hurley Butts case will probably not go to the jury until tomorrow iiiKin. This is the case in which Dr. I-'.ynn. of Hiitnlioldt. is being sued by that the low refers to stocks in com-j Hurleys for $10,000 for malprac- lice, ii liein« charged that he did not p:.nies not doing busin?.<s hero. Local pooiilo having stork in local com-! panics the law. under their construction to be double taxation as the p'ants pay taxes hero. RcBlster W«Ht Ads nrlnp Results. properly sot a dislocated elbow. Today a number of physicians were called to the .stand and gave exi)ert testimony. An interesting feature of the case was the presence of a skeleton to show ihe bones of the arm. so that the jury may be better able to understand the point at issue. The state rested this afternoon and Dr. Flynn went onto the stand at two thirty o'clock. A large number of peo pie from Humboldt are present at the hearing. KANSAS ASSESSORS TO MEET. State Tax Commission Aims at a UnU form Yalnation. Topeka, Jan. 17.—The state tax commission today called a meeting of all the county assessors in Kansas to meet in Topeka on January 28 for the purpose of securing a uniform valuation throughout the state and to discuss needed changes in the laws relating to taxaUon. ARGUMENTS NEXT WEEK. The arguments In tho "^Vleatoii ca: will not be heard until some time nc week or whenever the transcript the testimony given in at the hearii iu Judge Potter's court Is made t The arguments were to have be heard yesterday at four o'clock, ' the transcript was not secured. T case will probably be taken up Ti. day or "Wednesday. TO CUBE A COLD DT OXS DA Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qu Tablets. Druggists. refund mon It falls to care. B. W. GROVE*ti nature la on eacb box. 25a Kl The |[Mdst!||Eiiterprismg People Need Credit||Help dt Times. A. Dollar or* Two a VJToelc '^TITlll r >o. W E Know that the most diligent and hard-worklns; people recjuire credit accomodations occasionally or continually. Circumstances may be a little ag^iniit them and while they are working steadily and conscientously yet the current expejosies at t/mes exceed the income in spite of everything. So it's no undignified act to ask for credit. TCie 6e8t people in every community do it when occasl. n require?. We are glad to give credit help to t'^lry iam\\y In lola—no matter how great or how small their earning. We have faith in the people—tni^t tliem thorbusrhly. We endeavor to give each customer the credit service which his particular requirements demand—arrange the term; of payment so as not to inconvenience the person a particle. Then we extend favors whenever occasion arises. It's dignified credit—confidential credit—the most helpful credit being given to its customers by any clothing Institution in America. 1- Ladles' Man Tailored Suits. Skirts, Waists, Cloaks, Coats, Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Cravenettes, Hats aiid Furnishings. Know what It is to be dressed stylishly, comfortably, and economically, paying your indebtedness only as you can. Hasten to start an account at THIS YOU People's Store Outfitting Co.

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