Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 18, 1903 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, July 18, 1903
Page 7
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PRICED DOWN 1-2, 13, 1-4 Actual Choice of the Cboicesf Dry Goods and dhoe Mock in lola or anifWh^re. Everythin4| Goes, The Cost is not Considered. Ju»f iii^e Findin^l Money. The Enormous Crowds Which Daily Fill this Store Gives STILL ^ItCATER LUSTER TO THIS GIG4NTIC SALE CO^E MONDAY 9 Let Our Bargain Strains Lift and from tlie Di^appoiDtment^ you iiave Experieoced El^^ewbere l|OU 4C . , . For Fine Dimities and Lawns sold (or 6c . , I : For Fine Silk Tissues, sold formerly fori 50c 15c ' For Pocket Books,, and Purses, regular price 25c and 29c 7C For choice of one lot of child- rens and Infants Hose. pink, blue and white, worth 12ic and 15 cents 6c For Madras Ginphams, regular _^ 10c kind For Chatelaine Bafrs, regular price 5yc. G9c and ~oc • i 5C For Fine Liberty Crepe sold everywhere for for 10c 8c For Fine Dimities and Lawaa, former price loc 3c For all shades of ' Silko" on spool, sells for 5c all over ISC For all our 29c and 35c fine wash Materials lie For Fine Swisses' and Lawns, regular 20c quality 39C For choice of any stamped- Cushiong, sold for 5oc and 75c. 6c For 34 in Percales, dark blue, black, red and light blue, cheap at 10c 25c For summer Corsets. All sizes, as long as they last 25c 3C CorticelU and Belding, Romant Filo Floss, .Ic a skein I2C f^or choice of Belts, worth 25c, •:.39c and 5oc 69c Choice dt all our 81 Ladles J Wrappers for B9c For Silk liulls. No more at this price whejt these are sold. Regi • jilar 35c value . . Startlmq Reductions in Our Ready Made De|>artinent . . ShlrtlWaists. Divided into 5 Lots \ Lot I—Pink and blue Chambray's and white gronnd with pink, red and black Polka Dots, ^r^. Regular 50c as long as they last ; Lot II—White Waists with 5 rows Embroidery Insurtion. Your thoice Lot III—White Lawn Waists prettily tucked, Embroidery and Lace trimmed, broken sizes CAp Regular 75c and 9Sc kind. Your choice. Lot IV---A11 pur pretty White Waists, all AO^ sizes, regular $i.2y, 1.50, and 1.75 kind, choice^"*' Lot V—Choice of any of our swell White Waists. Re^^ilar $2.00, $2.50, and $2.85 Jj iA kind your choice for V ^m ^y Ladies's Wash Sl^irts, Greatly Reduced White Pipue Skirts trimmed in Embroidery $2 .75 Skirts for $1.50 4.50 skirts for 2 .48 ,- :).00 skirts for l .l >S 5.00 skirts lor 2 .90 I Black Polka Dot AVash skirts, all lengths, ' $1 .50 sliirts for 75c. 'Linen Skirts, $1.75 skirts for 98c. Tremendous sacrifice sample line of Wool 1 skirts. 8mi pleated skirts, $10 sldgrts.fpr 2.98. I Shirred skirts in Voile and Mohair, 8 .50 and 110 skirts for 2 .98. Tailor Made Mohair, Sicillian, Voiles and Knickerbocker cloths, in black and navy, worth up to 12i00, choice for 3.98. I. Men's Finis SKoes Sacrificing men's shoe^ at lesS than half their actual worth to clbse. Men's dress and working shoes worth $1.50 and 1.75, your ghoice 79c. Men's dress and walking ah^es worth $2.00, your choice I for 9Sc. ; v Boys' fine sample shoes, sizes .3 to 4i, worth $3.00, yonr choice $1.50. J Men's fine dress sho^s, be§t mak^s, broken sizes, made to retail for f3.50,.yoiiir choice for 1.85. ExtraOrdiiary BsrgtitS m Laces Half Inchi^ges and insertions, special, 15c per doz yds. Two {inch Serjpentine Laces for som- mer Latrns, 5e per yd. White and, b^ack Serpentine Lscefl. 1 1-4 to 3 inches wide!, regular price Iceland 12 J-4c choioa'for 6c per yd. White Bishop and Val Serpentine lacea, rc^olir prices 15c, Igc, 2oc and-igc, your bhoice,;5ioc per The Big Store with Little Prices Qoods Sold As Adl^ertised lExaggefations, No Misfcpf^ientatloiis, More For Yotif Money thiiii Yoff -^'f -S ,S • • • • 1...

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