Dec. 20th At 9:00 a. m. store Open Evenings The Harlow Mercantile Co. closes out the Cnst-Hettinger stock, one of the finest stores in the Missouri Valley, which they purchased at 48c on the dollar. This stock valued at $10,000 was sold at Public Auction and th^ Harlow Mercantile Co. were the successful bidderj;. As this stock was purchased for less than half the wholesale price the H. M. Co. can sell you merchandise cheaper than other merchants can buy them for. We want to dispose of this stock as quickly as>possible, therefore former prices will hot be taken into consideration. Quick sales and small profits is our motto. Remember this sale starts Wednesday, December 20t^i; Come to lola— look for the name Harlow Mcr cantile Co. The store where you can save from one-third to one-half on everything. Dec. 20th At 9:00 a.m. Store Open Evenings OVERCOATS Men's Overcoats worth $25.00 on sale... .$14.98 Men's Overcoats worth $20.00 on sale... .$12.98 Men's Overcoats v.orth S15.00 on sale $7.98 Men's Overcoats worth $10.00 on sale $.5.98 Men's Overcoats worth $8.00 on sale $5.48 One Hne Children's Overcoats at Half Price JUST THINK OF IT! Regular 50c Work Shirts in blue, brown and other colors at 3.3c MEN'S PANTS We are offering Men's Pants in both cotton and wool at the actual cost. Now is the time to buy that pair of Pants you have been wanting. One lot Men's Pants, while they last 98c OVERALLS $1.25 Overalls at .85c $1.00 Overalls at '.75c 75c Overalls at 48c 50c Overalls at 39c JUMPERS Jumpers worth $1.00 at Jumpers worth 75c at Jumpers worth 50c at...' .7ac .48c .39c SWEATER COATS Sweater Coats worth $3.50 at Sweater Coats worth $2.00 at.... Sweater Coats worth $1.50 at.l.. Sweater Coats worth $1.00 at Sweater Coats worth 75c. at .$1.98 $1.25 ..98c ..69c ..48c MEN'S DRESS GLOVES $1.50 Men's Dress Gloves at $1.00 Men's Dress Gloves at 75c Men's Dress Gloves at 50c Men's Dress Gloves at. ..$1.19 . .75c . .48c ..39c MEN'S WORK GLOVES Men's warm lined Gloves, worth $1.50 98c Men's warm lined Gloves, worth $1.00 75c Men's warm lined Gloves, worth 75c .. .48c Men's warm lined Gloves, worth 50c 39c Men's Cotton Flannel Glove.s, good, heavy, 7c One lot of Men's Cotton Flannel Gloves, pair 5c NECKWEAR Neckties worth $1.00 for 75c Neckties worth 75c for 48c Neckties worth 50c for 39c Neckties worth 25c for .15c Neckties W'Orth 1.5c for 9c Neckties worth 10c for. 5c MUFFLERS Mufflers worth $1.00 for 7.5c Mufflers worth 75c for 48c Mufflers worth 2.5c for .1.5c Mufflers worth 50s for 39c I LADIES' SHOES Ladies' 16 button Tan Boots worth $5.00.. Ladles' 15 button Tan Boots worth $4.50.. Ladies' 17 b'n gun metal Boots worth $4.50 Ladies' but. Gun Metal Shoes worth $4.00.. Ladies' but. Gun Metal Shoes worth $3.50.. Ladies' but. Gun Metal Shoes worth $3.00.. Ladies' Felt Shoes worth $2.50 at. One lot Ladies' Shoes worth $2.50 and $4.. $3.48 $2.98 $3.15 $2.98 $2.48 $1.98 $1.98 SI.48 MEN'S SHOES Shoes, patent' leather, $4, $4.50, $5 values. .$2.98 Shoes, vici kid, $4, $4.50, $5 values $2.48 Gun metal Shoes worth $4.00 at.. S2.98 Gun metal Shoes worth $3.50 at $2.48 Work Shoes, worth $3.00, at. $1.98 Work Shoes, worth $2.50, at $1.69 Qne lot of Work Shoes, regular $1.50 and $2.00 values, while they last at 98c BLANKETS $7.00 all wool Blankets for... $5.00 all wool Blankets for... .^.50 all wool Blankets for... $3.50 all wool Blankets.for... $3.00 all wool Blankets for... $3.50 Cotton ipiankets for $3.00 CoUon Blankets for .S4.98 .$2.98 ..$2.48 .$2J5 .$1.98 $2.25 .$1.98 : BOYS'SUITS $7.00 Bovs'Sui'tsat $5.00 Bovs' Suits at $3.00 and $3.50 Bovs' Suits at $2.50 Boys' Suits at : ..$3.98 .$2.98 .$2.48 ..$1.48 HATS AND CAPS We offer you atiy Hat or Cap in the house at about Half Price! ^2.00 and $2..50 Hats at 98c WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS? Men's Fleece Lined Underwear, regular 50c values, at ... ^ 39c Also Men*s Union Suits—regular $1.50.val ues, at . .•.-.: 98c We have a small lot of medium weight Un- ^derwear all,to go at 2.5c And then, last but not least, our entire line of Wool Underwear for men at..... .Half Price Trunlvs and Suit Gases at Wholesale Prices! MEN'S CLOTHING. Do you need a good suit? Have you been waiting for a real bargain in one? Now is your chance to buy a good wool Suit in',either a serge, worsted or cheviot at about half price. $30.00 Blue Serge Suits at. $16.48 $25.00 Blue Serge Suits at .$13.48 $20.00 Blue Serge Suits at. $10.98 $15.00 Blue Serge Suits at $7.98 $12.00 Blue Serge Suits at $6.98 The same cut in prices as above in worsteds and cheviots. HARLOW MERCANTILE COMPANY SUCCESSORS TO E. C. McCLAIN REED m HOME-INNOCENT Coffeyvillc Charge Airaiiist Failed Slgniull;. lolun riydp Reed retumod last night from Coffeyville where yesterday lio nried on a charge of robbery. The -prosecution failed Bipnaily. Th^ •Judge of the court expn'ss"d himself B8 very sorry Uiat the young man had been arrested, and the officers said it was a plain case of injustice through mistaken Identity. Mr. Reed offered a conclusire alibi as his defense, showing that he was at home in this city when the crime for which he was arrested was committed. That snow storm that was fore- c.nsted for lola today had not put in an appearance at press hour, and it will be forgiven if it holds off until Sunday. I —OF— lOLA and Fort Scott, KANSAS "DON'T HURT A BIT"—That is what our patrons say. We do the best dental work at the most reasonable prices. ^ Before having your dental work done by others call upon us. We are In our LaHarpe offices liVERY THURSDAY. Office hours: 8 to 6 Sundays 10 to 12 Eveninss 7 to 8 WILHITFS WORK AT LAWREM'E. B^Tival riosoil Sunday Mght With li't Convcrt>ion!(. Evangelist Wilhite closed a revival in the North l^wrence Christian church Sunday night with a total of 125 conversions. Telling of the Doctor's successful work in that City the Lawrence Journal says: The revival in the North Side Chris tain churchxclosed last night. There were 18 conversions at the last meeting which brought up the totaf to 126. The Sunday school yesterday showed the result of the revival. There were 248 present and the lively Interest displayed was gratifying. As a result the church is too small and excavation will be begun at once for a basement. This will relieve the congestion for some time at least. This revival has been signuliy successful. Coming on Uio Chrlstujas holidays It was feared that other In- toresta would intorforc but such has not been the case. On the contrary every Interest has responded splendid ly and the congregation feels that It ' has passed through an experience' that will greatly strengthen the local church. Doctor Wilhite xecently closed a re [ vival in the Christian church In lola with several hundred conversions. The people here will rejoice to learn of the success of his work la I.aw- rence. liny a Red Cross Seal. One seal for a penny, you'll take how many? Red"ii for the glow of the Chrlstma.s cheer; White's for the peace of the brand- new year; Green's for the brow, not for the bier. Who'll drop a penny instead of a tear To lessen the list in the brand-new year? Ladies' Shoes in patents, velvets and suedes; price Ladies' and Men's Holiday Slippers, at »1. ^l.-'iO ANOTHER WIXXIXG TEAM I First Repnlar PracUce of »w Clly Racket ball Team Tonight. Aspirants for the city basket ball team which is soon to be organized, will meet at the Y. M. C. A. building tonight for practice, which will be the. regular place for practice and games of the team in the future. Carl Roberts, who is behind the new team reports that he has two new "finds," and that the material available for the team could hardly be better. Besides tonight the boys will practice Thursday night and Saturday night, and the first game will be played a day or so after Christmas, although definite arranR<»menis have not as yet been made for It. Games will be ^Bohetluled if possible, with the Em- I)orIa College or Normal, the K. V. freshmen,' Cherryvale, Independence. Coffeyville, I'nrsons and the Topeka Y. M. C. A., and other teams In this class. The suits for the team which i.pre_^ to be ordered In a short time, fare' lo be "something different." ' Tlier»' Is something leas than the iisual amount of reading matter of "the n «>w8 variety In today's paper, but 'the ads. are a fine substitute. One of -the Register's three linotype ma- jchines was busy all day on ad. work j ^nd never got a rhance Jo go on the. •news. This is neither an apology nor ;a boast—merely an explanation of the how of It. PUBLIC SALE I nill sell at Public Auction I mile siuidi of .lllidred, li mile west and 1 mile north of Rayard, 0 mlleH north of .Morun. on Friday^ December 22, 1911 Beginning at 10 oVIofk,a. ni.. the followinir described property; r> HEAD OF HOKSE.S. Consisting of 1 7-year-old blrii k mare, in foal; 1 team of bay hor.-;!*. 4 and '< years old; 1 team lariii inaro.s. CATTLE. Sgood lailoh cows, 1 will be fresh In February, the other .i in .May. 31 HEAD OF IKM.'S. ronsisting of .'> good brood sows; 0 head of shoatH'. weighing from SD to UM ll)s.; -^o head of pigs, weighing from ;iit to 40 lbs. i FAiJ.H i .MrLi ;.>iE .\'r.s. 1 D.-tring mower. 1 ruling ciiltl\a- tor, 2 walking riiltivatoni, 1 end gate : ft der, walking plows. 1 14-inch and 1 l(;-ln<-h; 1 two-section harrow, I Joliu liccrc disc harrow, 1 single shove'. 1 l:ay frame and wagon, 1 derrick pole. 1 bug.iry. .'> ton.s of prairie hay, in barn. G cords stove wood. iior.sEiioi.u uottns, ETC. 1 dining table. 1 bed and spring. I .".0-gal!on barrel cider vinegar, 1 20- gallon iiiolasHes barrel, 3 water barrels. U dozen Rhode Island Red pul- iiHs, 1 do/.en WMIe Urulmia pullets, and other articles t (M) nuinerous lo mention. TEH .1I .S OF S.\LE— All sums of $lii and under, cash in hand. All sums over $10 a credit of 9 months will be given, purchaser giving note with approved security, bearing 69i' interest from date if paid when due. If not, paid when due to draw lO'/r from, date of sale. 39c discount for cash on credit sales. .No property removed until .':ettled'ifor. Bankable note required. SiI'S/S."'"- L.F.Myres, D.M. Flack ' LUNCH ON GROUNDS.
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