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If 12 THE TOLA REGISTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. 1901
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SCHOOL BEGINS S0011, We know yu wil1 want that boy of yours to look as well as any, at least we are going to
help you, and this is the way we are going to do it. Our buyer is still in New York city, where
he has been for several days, picking up those rare bargains that come only to those who are able to take advantage of being
in New York at this time of year. Goods are beginning to come in daily now, and the early shipments of Boys Suits and
Shoes puts us in position to fit your boy out for school in the best possible style.
Boys' School Suits.
Boys Fancy Worsted Suits a real good
value, ages 0 to 14 dj 'JZ
at per suit $Ubd
Boys' Heavy Black Cheviot a good
winter suit, worth $2, di io
Our price QIAO
Boys' Black or Brown Heavy Weight
Cheviot, a good suit at &i nO
$2.50 to $. Wo soil at P1"
Othor Suits at $1.48, SI .75,
$1.98, 2.48, and $2. US. Ages
! to 1(5.
Boys' Long Pants Suits.
We are showing a good line of Boys'
Long Pants Suits, ages 12 to
20 years at $2.95, $3.50, $4.00,
S5.00, $0.00. 6.50 and up.
Boys' Knee Pants, ages 4 to 14 years at
25c and 4Sc per pair.
Men's Suspenders 15c
Men's Fine Blue Pin Check Worsted
Suits, well made and trimmed,
round or square cut, Ji rn
Our price P4.DU
Men's tflno Heavy Weight Chev- (Jjz CA
iot, usually brings $8. .OU.dv
We can show you the finest line of suits
that ever came to this (Pin AA
city lor $8.00 to..
. Men's and Boys' Shoes.
Everything you can think of in Men's
Boys' andChildrens Shoes from
the cheap ones to the finest.
Men's Plow Shoes 0"5c
Boys' School Shoes for $1.15
Better Ones for $1.25
Fine Ones for $1.4S
BIG HEAPS OF MERCHANDISE ARE MELTING AWAY UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF THE LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THIS COUNTY.
IT'S N0B0DY5 BUSINESS BUT OUR OWN IF WE CHOOSE TO GIVE GOODS AWAY.
THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS AWAIT YOU HERE. FALL IN LINE WITH THE MULTITUDES THAT COME DAILY TO PURCHASE AT THE
Leading Men's and Boys' Outfitters in
The Store that Never Follows the Lead
ers but Leads the Followers.
Original from the Start.
The Store that Everybody Likes; They
Can't Help It.
Because We Treat Everybody Alike and
Right. Have One Price.
We Positively Will Not Be Undersold.
lola Market Report i.
Thpse mar'itctH are eiircf ullv taken on Thurs
day of each work and arc from notuuUale
made that day In lola. Date of tills correction
White, bushel Jo
Yellow, bushel Jo
Cattle, cow ioo&ti.t
Fntbtccrs 3 rt04 00
Turkeys. ...,. J
Younf Uhlckens o
Country Butter '7
KANSAS CtTV MAIIKKT HKTOIIT
Ileef and export steers 2
Stockcrs and feeders ' '
Nora Wright, Llbblo and Agnes Ket
tie, Noll und Rena Woods und twonty
ono child roii. With the exception of
three all of theso Indies havo attended
Maple Qrovo school.
NORTH MAPLE GROVE.
I.oua Klin, Correspondent.
Aug. 27. Clark Grose has been over
helpirif? his brother John put up buy.
Mark Ituncr is sullerlng with u very
painful boil on hlK hand.
Robort Wnkelield camo up from
Humboldt whore ho lias been staying
with his grand parents.
Sherman ICerwood lias been holplng
Henry Geer put up bay.
Ora Montgomery Is in this neigh
borhood with his threshing machine.
Ono of tho ploasantcst events of tho
season was a picnic held in Feather
inglll's grove. It was a reunion of
girls who havo gone to Maple Grovo
in times past, and was in honor of two
former school mates, Mrs James
Wakoilold and Mrs Will Goss. It Is
needless to say It was a vory enjoy
ublo affair. The day quickly passed
In talk, laughter and reininisccnco of
happy school days now gone. Even
, tho grovo was associated In our minds
with ploasant memories, as it was tho
hceno of many a school picnic in past
days, and not tho loust of tho pleas
ures of thoday was tho dinner. About
Ilfty sat down to tho tablo spread un
der the shady trees and laden with
edibles of all kinds. Wo were so
pleased with tho lounlon that it was
decided to make It an annual event,
und each persou who has atteuded tho
Maple Grovo bchool in tho last twenty
yours Is invited with thoir tamlly to
bo present at tho grovo next year
August 22nd. Thoso present wero:
Mesdaraos Alico Cummlngs, Clara
Braokonrldge, Efllo Romsburg, T S
Bruckcnridgo, Clara Rowland, Nolllo
Goss, Mlnntu Gregg, Sadie Wiggins,
Kuto Wakellold, Bertha Wlsnor, Ida
Mitchell, S Korwood and Lora Fife;
Misses Emma and Cora Powdll, F.Ua
Funston, VAlu and Edna Ball, Anna
Feutherlnglll, Floss and Flo Wiggins,
I iu M. Undicott, Correspondent.
August 20. Wo will again take up
the iiows writing several Important
news havo happened sinco no last
wrote but none enough to mako the
Wo arc having it dry In our valley.
Cutting corn and making hay seems
now tho order of the day.
Yo scribe has been working at O C
Van Fossen's tho past week.
Mertio Simmons has been working
at O U Cunningham's for tho past
threo or four weeks.
Maud Ferrlor of Humboldt has been
out at .Tno. Wilhltcs working since
Our valloy Is kinder fovcrlsh.
Mrs Lila Wilfilto who has been
down with malarial fovcr for tho past
four or ilvo weeks is able to sit up
some at this issue.
Walter Wilhlto Is down with either
malaria or typhoid wo havo not
learned which. I)r Illndman of Hum
boldt Is attending both.
Hoy Van Fossen lias been bed-fast
for two weeks past with malaria, but
ho Is getting along nicely at la9t re
port. Mrs Sarah Travis and daughtor,
Miss Ella, has been out at Neal Van
Fossen's since our last.
Mrs Hill and children spent Sunday
at Mr. Chaso's in lola.
Cal Mooro was up from Klk county
last week on a pleasuro trip.
Geo. Cox was down from lola tho
portion of the past week visiting at
his brother-in-law's, W. M. Endlcott.
Mr. Gurholdt has been having lots
of trouble with his oyos 'this summer
on account of such hot weather. It is
thought that ho will havo to havo one
taken out in order to savo tho other.
Three farmers In this section of tho
country havo each purchased a corn
binder recently. Wlnthu's, Simmons'
and Endlcott' S aro tho ones wo moan.
Hay House and wlfo was over from
Wichita last week visiting his parents.
Etllo Johnson was out from Hum
boldt last week visiting at Jno. Wll
lonburg's a fow days.
Mr Burchams wero ovor at thoir
daughters, Mrs Nannio Smith Sunday.
LUtlo Elslo Domburg celebrated her
tenth birth day at her grand parents,
Mr and Mrs Wert In Humboldt lust
Monday. Quite a party of hor play
mates wero prosent.
No ono has Bpoken of tho fair yet
but "just ono" but wo can 'not recall
tho namo. Could it be possible that
we may all bo present at our annual
meeting and greeting as we have been
in years gone by.
Walter Wilhlto und wlfo are tho
proud parents of a baby girl, born
Saturday August 24th. All doing
well except Walter, ho rejoiced so
highly that ho took tho fover.
SOUTH MAPLE GROVE AND CEN
GEonas M. Lash, Correspondent.
August 27 -Robert Oscur, tho four
weeks old son of Mr and Mrs Ed Max
well died Sunday evening. "Thefuner
al services woro conducted Monday
morning by Rev Jonos. Tho remains
were laid to rest in tho Mount Hope
cemetery. Wo extend our stneero sym
pathy to tho sorrowing family.
Mr and Mrs Albert Butts, Mrs Frank
Thompson and son Earl, Maggio and
Gcorgo Mclntyro, Ethel Lash, Allco
Thompson and brothers Johnnie and
Russell wero guests at tho home of Mrs
Butts last Sunday.
Tho sick of thlscommunlty aro too
numerous to mention this week.
Mr Hottenstoin is having u deep
well drilled near his barn. Mcnden
hall anil Rawloy are tho managers.
M M Jamison of Louisburg, Is visit
ing his sister, Mrs O R Lash und
Frank Jackson, Correspondent.
August 29 Charley Soeberger has
twenty acres of corn cut up.
The Powell boys had their ilax and
wheat threshed tho last of tho ueek-
Their wheat made six hundred bushels,
Tho supper at Rock croek last Tues
day night was a success financially
and socially and a very nlco timo was
had. About twenty dollars was taken
In during tho ovenlng.
Some of the farmers sold their fat
hogs in tho lot last week for five dol
lars and soventy cents a hundred and
tho shlpporsdollvered them themselves,
the highest for a good many years.
Thero was a party at Mr Voorhees'
Thursday in honor of Miss Gertlo's
Ed Olln wasbuylng cattle In this part
Low Anderson shipped fat hogs to
Kansas City last week.
Lost: Botwcen lola and two mllos
oast of Lallarpe, ono pair of g'old
rimmed spectacles. Handkerchief and
a little change folded in coso. Finder
may keep tho ohatigo if the glassos aro
returned to this olllco. '
Miss Astr Seymour, Correspondent.
August 27. No rain yet although
many of our neighbors havo had good
Ono of the pleasautcst ovents of last
week was tho party at J II Stewart's.
It was given iu honor of Miss Drusll
la's sixteenth birthday. A largo com
pany was present and a most enjoy
ablo time was hudi Tho oeninwas
spent lu games, and ice cream and
cake woro served during tho evening.
A crowd from Humboldt came out
for the party ut Mr. Stewart's Wed
nesday night, viz: Misses Rattle and
Etllo Stewart, Miss Blaucho Travis,
Archlo Picklo and Guy Spoakman.
Misses Lela Cunningham and Amy
Seymour went to Branson Tuesday of
this week to attend tho Epworth
Leaguo District Convention at that
Arthur Cunningham and wlfo and
Miss Eva Ireland of Branson woro tho
guests ut J W Seymour's Sunday.
Miss Cora Lytic of Lono Elm, Is
spending a week with old ft lends In
Mr Ruutor arid wlfo drove to Lono
Elm Saturday and spent a couploof
days with relatives.
Miss Jeannetto Seymour spent a fow
days of this week with friends in
Tho Ladios Aid Society treated
themselves to ice cream at thoir regu
lar meeting last Wednesday.
Miss Florence Hcdgor mode us a
short visit at Mr A Wood's In Salem
A number from horo attended tho
dedication services of tho M E church
In lola Sunday.
Mr McCollura has put up a new
windmill on his plucc.
Georglo Gardner was visiting In this
Mrs Gullett has been visiting in Ok
lahoma. There was a party at George Sey
mour's Friday night. Those prosent
report u good time.
Injured .lit' a Threshing Muclilne.
John F. West whose home Is two
miles south-west of Humboldt was
holplng thresh on the John W.Baxloy
farm three and ono-hulf mllos south
west of Iolu Monday und In some way
caught his right hand In the belt tight
ener. Tho end of tho Index linger o
hand wus ground oil und tho next lin
ger badly bruised.
Dr. Fulton was called and ampu
tated tho Indox linger at tho tlrst joint.
Ho dressed tho second linger and thinks
that ho will bo able to save it. It was
a closo call for the young man's whole
hand and It ralghteasllyhavobeen dis
abled for life. Ro will probably bo a
llttlo vary of threshers hereafter.
New Blocks at 1 anil 2.
Tho Lanyon 'Ado Company has
ground broken at thoir factories hero
in town for an additional furnaco at
each works. At No. 1 the now block
will bo built at tho south end of tho
othor four, and at No. 2 tho new block
Is west of the others. When these aro
completed each works will have Ilvo
blocks In operation, making each as
large as any other smelter In tho dis
trict, If thoRKQisTCU Is correctly In
formed thoso two now blocks will em
ploy noarly us many men as tho roll
ing mill. a
Neither Man ItuilJy Injured.
Chas. Storey tho electrician at tho
cement plant who had tho dangerous
experience yesterday of falling to tho
ground from tho top of a twenty-tlvo
foot polo Is nearly recovered. Tho
blow on his head rendered him
"batty," as tho boys say for a whllo.
Asked whero ho lived he studied a
whllo and then said: "Why, uptown
soraowhore." Ho was not positive
that it was South street when that was
suggested, but know tho namo of u
neighbor when it wits spoken. He re
covered tho use of his faculties lust
evening and with a rest will fully ro
covor. John Handloy, the negro whoso toes
were mashed Is not as badly hurt as
the whoop ho gave would Indicate
None of his toes will need to bo ampu
tated. Wants S1.U00 Duiiiuko.
In district court William Jordan
has brought suit against tho Georgo
E. Nicholson smelter for $1,800 dam
ages for injury received and $100 for
medical attendance. Re says thero is
a tramway on which cars loaded with
spelter aro run from the factory to tho
freight cars on tho siding. It Is about
six feet above tho ground, and whllo
pushing a loaded tram car ono day tho
trostlo work collapsed and threw him
and tho car to tho ground. His buck
was sprained and he was ruptured und
otherwise injured so ho has been un
ublo to support his Ifamlly. And so
ho asks for damages in tho sum above
On next Tuesday, September 3, Mrs
M. E. Salisbury and Joimlo Salisbury
will sell at auction onemllo wost and
ono mllo north of Moran, 5 heud of
horses, 17 head of cattle, 7 head of
sheop, 15 head of hoys, 1 deep well
drilling outfit, numerous Implements,
household goods, 10 acres standing
corn, 10 acres of corn In shock and
several tons of hay and. straw.
Don't forget that you can find
a large assortment of beautiful
Wall Paper at the
West Side Square.
Oftni tod JHtutlnri thi hair.
l'romotes a luxurl tut growth.
Never Fall t Heatoro Qray
Hair to Ita Youthful Color.
Prevent! Panilnirr and hair tailing
6llo. anil II (UatDruitf Int.
Sunday School Missionary.
"The American Sunday School
Union" has employed George H.
Eddy as Sunday school missionary
for this section who will bo pleased to
have communication with any desiring
his services whother In city or coun
try. His work is in visiting systemati
cally needy localities and organizing
Sunday schools whero nono oxlst and
endeavoring to render those alroady
established more elllolont.
At a proper time ho Is to present tho
causo of tho American Sunday School
Unlan and obtain contributions from
tho various communities in which he
labors in aid ofthoworkof tho society.
Mr. Eddy may bo seen at his rooms
No. :t02 South street or nddress P. O.
Box 040 lola, Kansas.
Tho only guaranteed Kidney Cure Is
Smith's Suro Kidney Curo. We will
refund your monoy if aftor taking on
eottlo aro not entirely satisfied with
tho results. fiOc Cowan & Ausherman
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