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TT1 R IOLA REGISTER FRIDAY NOY1- MIJER 9 1000
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; We Lead In i
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' Falling, Remind Us of Our Needs in Fall and Winter Cloth
ing and Shoes
IE HAVE THEM; YOH NEED THEM
Boforo purchasing elsewhere wo want you to examine our blue and
brown kersey overcoats Our Loader at only 5. Our fine beaver
overcoats in black and brown Every One Guaranteed at the Low
Price of $7. 50. Our genuine English Melton in blue, black and
and seal brown, worth $12 00, but wo are selling them to you for
an even $10.00. We have the leading shades in Oxford and
Covert Cloth at prices from $7.00 to $13.50,
Suits for Men Boys, Children,
We claim second place to none. If you have $10.0o to spend for a
suit, wo claim the strongest lino of $10.00 suits in the city. If you
have but $!L50, we can lit you out in a respectable suit, and if you
want bettor, we have them up to $ls.O0.
g GLOVES, MITTENS,
8 HATS km CAPS.
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COUNTY HEWS
SOUTH
MAIM,K
TKAl,
(iUOVK AND
AVKNUK.
UK.
Kihel tl liMli.Kepnrtur
Nov 7 -Ili i til l!iiettitf "HI eotn
nieiiee tit Maple Grove tills evoninj;,
eondiietert ! I lev; Ashh.uijfh of His-
111(110.
Mr Mawvell, Dyui's, Irtish and Mi's
Ji Mini tit Mi llottelmtelu's last
Werinesiliij.
Miss Itliiiiclio Uhomles vUlted
Mtililo (irove school Tueitltij,
The implN ot Citnlial Avenue had
' qillto an intei ostium tlmo otlii Tins
el uy.
Mr niul Mis Djer tiiul Mr tind Mis
Lash v isited Ciihl'lty anil lolu Thurs
day. Ilev Goodhue will tfhi? a leetuietiud
niusk'til enteitnlninent nt Jeddo ehuieh
Frida.N evening, Novemher !. , 10
cents tidniissinn will lie chnrtreil.
Tim bavins l!i others stiuek 'tis
Frldav inoiiiiiiij, a suilli'iuiit Mippl.v
foe ii Kood-intinj families. My, won't
it hi; nice when we till Kt't In burning
jrus.
Mi-and Mi-. Djor leturueil lo their
liotno in Osaiwitomio Vuosdaj. Miss
Mjr 1 l)iiuell wvimiuiiii'cl them.
Mr mid Mr Kii-hoII llotteti'-telu
visited ills patents Saturdiiy and Sun
day. Mi- John Holoomh is huihllnj: a now
corn I'rili.
Misses Pearl and Kva Myers and
Alfred .lohiison stinted for Arkanntis
Sunday .
Tim election dinnui lit '.Teddo was
woll iittuidi'd.
Mis., Kate I'lilpps visited Mrs Mutts
with her foulnif lnt week.
TO (TUB AlOlil) IN OXi: DA V
Tako Lu.iti e i ti oino QnitiinoT.ihlets.
r All drii(,','isth refund the. money if it
failsto euie. K. W. dune's ,i;iiii
tuio lh on each hux. 1!k
Cot (.lire (iioe.
Norn Slewurl. I'lirroapoiHlont.
Nov. . Netuly over.voi.o in tlio
neljjhlioi hood tinned out to vote or
MuKinloy today .
Willie Wilson and Albeit Hlhlis
visited the schools last I'Mdtiy even
ing. Hluneho Travis of Humboldt spent
Satiudav and Sunday with I'.lllo Steiv
a rt.
Mr and Mrs US Irwin and family
and Mrs S J Stewart, lluth and Mao
attended quartet ly mcctinj; at Maple
Grovo Sunday and vinlted Mr A M
Hceimin's.
Mare Glhsou and wife visited at
Wiitaon Stew m t' Sunday.
Hurry Wheatloy npenl Sunday and
Saturday night at Ira NojoV.
A few of the (jirls atheied at Mis
Diiiicnn'ii today iiudsurpiised nuitliu,
it holm,' her 20th biitliday.
MUsos Mamie Hamilton and Noia
Stow ait visited Union school Tues
day .
llatttu Stew ait looked very sweet
Friday nijrlit, especially to Mr Dlekor
son.
ijiiltc i numhm attended literary
Frld ay nlylit. Kverybody Invited to
titti nil Nil Id.
i m i,i c.ve wtw well represented
at lh. b ii km1"!" Suililll).
tit il of Thanks.
. tiel ixpiess our heaitfelt
thinks to out iie'Khboi s . ul fi lends
Ik, ,o kindly ussl-t. d i during, our
i t bcHtlveinent th m knoss, doath
i nJ Inulal of our helmed husband
II .(I ftlttiOI'.
A-r AUBU KKV-A NAHUit AND If MlUXi
BAA Aan I
IiCItM)i:
Mr V. .1 Ut ito I ni n".'Mi!nl til
No..t. l'roti acted meeting i
last nijjlit.
Miss Nellie Nelson is stii) inif
I fur sister, Mi's John IHioth
losed
with
near
sick
Spring Viilln) .
Fanny Glllonw titer Is on the
list.
Mr-. i:ttle Code) and little boy
mc
visiting friends in Toionto'.
Jh's George Myers of lulu in visit
ing reluthes in this noiKhboi'hood
this week.
Alpha Nelson's baby has been quite
nick the p.i-t week, but Is eomo belter
at this writing.
Mrs Kay no fioinnoar Gas City visit
ed her Mm Tom Higgins
Mrs Gillenwater is building u now
b.un.
Mr and Mrs Klsie Daucheity of lola
tire isitlng Mrs Daughiery 's parents
Mr and Mrs .lack Myers,
Mr John and Scott Fooler visited
their mother Mis 11 Fosler Sunday .
l!o. John Lirgeul flout the Teiri
tory assisted llov. McAdauis tho past
two wicks in 111-, piotiacted meeting
tit this place.
l!ob llootli liotn Osage spent Sat
in day and Sunday tit J Ilcade's.
Ilobeit Nelson lias Mild his faun to
Mi Williams, lie contemplates mov
in to Oklahoma In the near futuie.
Mi urgent and fiunlly from Cth'
Valley attended meeting at Ii.iGiande
suiidti) night.
Mr and Mrs Tom Stout of LtiHnrpe
visited Mr Stout's patents Sunday,
also attended chinch at LuGiaiulo in
tho iiioi hir;..
Ij.iv Co) ner .Stone s.iliiniiiy.
All the tiiianguuiunls for the hi) lug
of the coiner stone of the Gas City
school hmiso ha o been made. Suttu
day, November 10, at 1..S0 the tiiuiil
will begin playing at the building site
and give a conceit 'until two o'clock
when the tegular ceiemonies will be
given. Kev.G. M. Weiiner will de
hor the opining pi ay er and also the
benediction. Hon. Oscar Fopst Iwlll
ttiako mi addicss on "Common
Schools." Supeiiiilendeni Giant
Ulllhu will speak about "Our Duty u
pupils." C. F. Scott will act as pu
hiillng otllcei' and there will be oxer
clses by tho school children. An
especial Invitation has been cUonded
to tho pupils and teachers of tho lola
and Lalltirpo schools to attend,
Moore-Wooillu NttitialH.
Wednesday at tho pleasant home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Woodin, about a
milonoith of town, the wedditigoftholr
daughter, Miss Anna, to Mr.FtedeWuk
11, Mooie, was solemnied. Theio
weio close to ioo gnosis ptesent and
Ilev. Maclean of the Methodist church
purfoiineil the eeieuioii). Nuincioiis
liandhomo piosents, wcteiecehed b)
the young peojilo, who for the present
will niako thulr home with Mr. and
Mis. Woodin, but will build In town
up.t spiing.
MIps Anna Woodin Is well uce
qiialnted bntli in lolit and oor tlie
count) and liur host of frelndx who
have leal tied to hue and ailmiie hm
wish lor hei eveiy joy tind hapiilness.
Mr. Mooie is u ((imputative sruugei
here but ihoce who know him iepcei
and on em him as an Industrious am
U" Ik'H ifeutleinan. He has churge o
tin slmi dejiiu 1111 ii a' Htiuis.n i
I o -. sioie in tins city .
Th ) llr iisinit extends to Mi anil
Mis Mom u (In smci ic In si wisbesiiln
I'ougt atuiations
Two Filipino buy aie soun to ente
the stii'u universii) and leuru tn ttu
ititae place tmt I'lert 1'iiiistou ma,
11 "-,IWl M 'H-gms . .Mf -
aun
"TICS
OVERSHOES,
Wool Sox, Shirts,
UNDERWEAR.
ft
LVIMJKIsmMK.MKr()lTKT
Almost (Vitiiin That the Co'istilit-
tiiinal Aiueiiiliueiit ('.irried.
Topekti, No.s. While no tabula
tion has been kept by the Republican
committee, it is almost ceitain that
the constitutional amendment to in
eieasothe tiieinlierHhipl'c.irricil. The
proposition is to incioiiho the number
to -even. The eouit of appeals ex
pitesliy limitation on .Iiiuiiary I If
It should develope that the amend
ment is defeated, then the leglslatuie
will likely lu-establish the colli t of ap
peals to lelievethe supieuie couit.
U.itity Saturday Night.
Some lola Republicans wetc so
wanned up and enthused that they
wanted to ratify the election Wednes
day night, but theie woie too mail)
-deep) heads who piofctiul to wait a
lew days, catch up sleep and go at it
'with all their stiongth. Ily mutual
agteement everybody seems to have
decided to hold oil until Satuiday
night and then tear the lining out of
things and whoop it up in a big pub
lic' demonstration on the squmr.
i
We have tho largest and besi sekct
od stock of (iiocerien in lidaliought
forctish aim our prices ate lower
than any; quality coiisideicd. Wo
watu mote t'ouiitry l'toditcc and wish
ty get acquainted with the fanneisof
Allen count). When ) on at e in town
call at our Htoiu, Ill's! door east of
I'ost Olllcuand lot lis show you our
stock mid give you prices. A full lino
(d tjneeuswaie, Glasswaie and Holi
day (ioods, The Up-to-Date Gtocery
and Mill ket. Ilrst door east of the
I'oslOlnVe.
Iiiu sum ins r.uciit. '
lleiidets of the IlWiivmt have been
kept posted on tho allaii s or V.j,
reo, the little man who opened and
conducted a Ducket stoic in the Apple
building on West Madison avenue,
which was binned down last scut.
Lio shitted mound lieio for muiic time
and then patented a shoo lastener. it
now dovohqios that ho has uccicdid
in selling that patent to a Ditioit,
Mich., shoe tl I ii for .t,0()0cusli, which
is a ptetty good leallation on an
idea.
Wo want Hutter, I'ggs, Folatoes,
Chickens mid other pioduce at tho
Fp-tu-Dtito Giocer) and MatUet.
First door east ot the Host Olllce.
Six U'lir Old Hoy lleail.
Tho sl.x year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Al llitttou died Tuosdti) night
after a shoit illness with membiaiious
croup, Tho funoral was hold this
mot ding at 11 o'clock from tho United
Dictlireu elimcli and ihe lemaiun in
toned in tho lola ccinctet). ltov.
William llankluo conducted the soi
vIlos whleli wote attended by a lingo
uiiinber of tho friends ot the tiiuiil),
who extend to tho grief striiUen pin
outs their lieaitfoll hyinpathy.
SttpH the Cough
"and Works oil' tho Cold.
La.xallve Dioino-Qiiiiiliio Tablets uuie
a cold in one dtij. ,No Cure, No Fay,
Frlie r cents.
Not ire of Appointment- Ailiniiilatnitor
(Flihipulillslioil Nu n, l'H)0 )
Sim KurKANSts I
Vlh ii I'liimly i
in Mil' miiio' or tlio ustute t if Vuleutluo
Hi I llll .11 Vlll 11 I'.'IIIIIV KUIIHUH
i ii. e 1 ticeliv Iven thut 1111 the 8lli (lav
ir Nmoailior 11 lOK) tho imilurKlmiert wus
win I'rolnto 1 nun of Allim eouiils Kunsits
lulv mipolntetl unit iiutititloil nn Adminlsti.ttrU
. ihe pstaio of Valyiitino Nailtoi lite of
It. 11 1' nut ilt .o.isert All pintles liueicst
t i m Hint istuie will luko noilco unit kivoiii
iiiuiisulvcs uct'oiainl
r 1 1 a N.un.Kii AdinlnUtriitilx
Tiiite Northriip left laM nlglit foi
Miph.
on business,
Hi'
Quality,
(5E$7
Careful comparison cannot fail to convince you of
this fact. We simply ask you to come and see our
goods, assuring all that High Grade, and one uniform
Low Price will be found in every department. Exact
ing, economical and critical buyers included, are ur
gently requested to call and examine our late arrivals
v -OF-
New
and
LADIES' CLOAKS
AND CAPES.
Our line of Ladies'
Plush Capes thin season
are trade winners. Tho
low price is the special
t'eiit'ire.
$2.59, $3.00, $5.00 '
$6 00, $7.00, $7.50
' 1 I UJ
g AN inHENSE ASSORTJ1ENT. g
$ Nothing Missing, Everytliing The Best. The Quality Will Q
X Tell It, The Pride Will Sell Them.
Ladies' Corsets, the new
btraijfht front, n w so popu
lar, worth $1.2.") u pair $1 Aft
Our (V-h Pri-o. PI,UU
We show till the latest nov
elties in great profusion. We
keep the very finest Milection
in all (standard styles. Wo
make it a point to have every
thing in stock tho best of its
kind.
High Grade in all depart
ments; True Merit in every
article; Honest Quality
everywhere.
(A
F,r W 89c
and viA O
Best fe!
Assorted Jl?SS tO
i,,t" IW .M
city, T
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0
&
Style and Price
s
-IN-
M
We oiler a splendid
a'ques, till colors,
line
$1.09 up
s
1hED2WA0EROJRSET
easonable
jsffrA. ,:!
M mmmSi i
I.BT IW
nw&QMiWttSumw
Prosperity Comes
To All Who
Trade With Us.
Fur Mull's. Notwithstanding the onor
moiut advance, wo olfer inufFs at old prices. t
IJi-o Seal $1.00; Bro Martin $1.50; Bro Seal
$2.00; Bro Mink $2.50; Bro Seal $15.00.
We are Seeking Prosperity
By Giving It To Others.
Styles
Ladies' long cloth
capes, bought 50
per cent below their
regular price. See
them.
$5.00 to $15.00.
Enow Ppsog
of Eiderdown Dressing
to $2.75.
Peerless ....
oval NVorcester
It. W. Dres Form.
Warner's, black,
Warner's, white,. .
Dowager
$ .fiO
1.00
l.LT)
1.00
1.00
1.75
t
nAsv,
Cor8etWaist4 to
25c
'.) years, porpair
fa.
..'
L&Zk
Wj$-Tr S"

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