Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 7, 1903 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

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THE lOLA DAlE? EBGl6*ER, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1903 oooooooooo <>0<X><>0<X><X>0006<X><XXX><X>d<><>0 s "iur s Fortune Again Spreads Her Stores for the Good of the Commuriity OUR SECOND SEni=ANNUAL Now in Full Progress A ppalling Sacrifice with pricefl way down to \, \ their actual valual. Within the girdle of these walls—like a tluinderboldt from a clear sky falls prices and profits to almost naught on Merchandise that is very much sought. More advantageous in po nt of glory than anything we h'l-ve eve.r done Great fury|of values, causing terror and dismay in competition circles. It has all the grades which raises the fame of this store clear to the sky. THE DARLING OF ALL The Grandest Spectacle Ever Give ear to the distribution of Bargains that have the lustre of an imperial croAvn, and shine with august beauty. Be ready for the shock and get your share of the Big stock a*^^ \ pr,ice, one-third price, one-fourth price. An all around surprise. 4c For Fine Dimities and Lawns, sold for 8c. lie For Fine Swisses and Lawns, regular 20c quality- 6c For Madras Gingham regular 10c kind. For Summer Corsets! last. 25 All Bizeb as long as they 3c 5c For Fine Liberty Crepe, sold every where for 1 Oc. 15c ~ For all our 29c and .'iocfine Waist Materials. 6c For .34 inch Pel cales, dark blue, black, red and light blue, cheap at 10c. 15c For Pocket Books and purses, regular price 25c and 29c. For all shades "Silko" on spools, allover. Sells for 5c For I choice of, any 25c, 29c and ;V,»c Fans.^ 6c For .Fine Dimities and Lawns, former price 15c. 39c For choice of any Stamped cushions. Sold for 50c and 75c. Corticelli and Belding Roman and Filo Floss. 3c the Skein lie For 3 Ladies. Vesta, only 3 to a customer. 29c For Fine Silk Tissue, soldformerly for 50c. 19c For Silk Mulls. No more at this price when thesv^ are sold. Regular 35c value. For Chateline Bags. Regi^lar price 59c, G9c, 75c For Choice of Belts worth 25c, 39c and 50c. Extrdordii^ar'y Bargains in Lace* Half Inch Val Edges and Insertions. Special 15c per dozen yards. Two Inch Serpentine Laces for Summer Lawns j\t 5c. White and black Serpentine Laces, H to 3 inchs wide. Choice for 6c yard. K^egular price 10c and l2Ac. • ' ! i * White Bishop and Val Serpeiitiue!Laces. Regular price 15c, I9c, 25c and 29c. Your choico for 10c a yard. | • . Sitartling Reductions in Our Readi^-Made Defiartment • • Shirt Waists, Divided into 5 Lots Lot I—Pink and blue Chambray's and white ? round with pink, red and black Polka Dots. Jr-, legulkr 50c as long as they last ^wv Lot II—-White Waists with 5 rows Em- !?A-, broidery Insurtion. Your choice •'^^ L6t III—White Lawn Waists prettily tucked, Embroidery and Lace trimmed, broken sizes gjj^ Regular 75c and 98c kind. Your choice Lot IV—All our pretty White Waists, all sizes, regular $1.29, 1.50, and 1.75 kind, choice Lot V—Choice of any of our swell White Waists. Regular $2.00, $2.50, and $2.85 Jj iQ kind your choice for I V**^^' Taney Para&oI& Closing out the remaining stock of fancy parasols at a great sacrifice.. For Ladies Misses aud Children. Ladies's Wasli Skirts, Greatly Reduced White Pipue Skirts trimmed in Embroidery $2.75. Skirts for $1.50 4.50 skirts for 2.48 3.00 skirts for l.'.'s 5.00 skirts for 2.90 Black Polka Dot Wash skirts, all lengths, $1.50 skirts for 75c. Linen Skirts, $1.75 skirts for 9Sc. Tremendous sacriiice sample line of Wool skirts. Sun pleated skirts, $10 skirts for 2.98. Shirred skirts in Voile and Mohair, 8.50 and 10 skirts for 2.98. Tailor Made Mohair, Sicillian, Voiles and Knickerbocker cloths, in black and navy, worth up to 12.00, cnoice for 3.98. - ' >• Ladies'^ Wrapl^ers Choice of any of our $1.25, 1.39, 1.50 ^nd 1.75 wrappers for 99c. Men'* Tine Shoi^s Sacrificing men's shoes at less than lialf their actual worth to close. Men's dress [and -yvork/ng shoes worth $1.50 and 1.75, your choitjG 79c- Men's dress and walking shoes worth $2.00, your choico for 98c. Boys' fine sample shoes, sizes 3] to 4A, worth $8.00, your choice $1.50. I Men's fine dress/shoes, be$t makes, b:voken sizes, made to retail for $3.50, yoiir choice for -1.85. Cfearing Sale of Ladies' jVItss^s' a^i Qiildcen's Shoes and Slippers—Special fedtfctions on the entire stock* i: Don't overlook that wo are ijh the Carpet buL^i- ness. New goods coming in daily, we solicit i\ careful inspection of. our I stock-of Qarpets, Rugs, \ Linoleums, Lace Curtains, Portieres jadd Window^ Shades. The Big Store with Little Prices The Btfsy Store so Much Talked Abofst-The Store that saves Yotf Money. Goods Sold As Advertis€.d No Exaggerations, No Mtsr^pri^sentationsr More' For Year MonSy than Yoa Can Get Elsewhere ail the time. ' i

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