Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 19, 1908 · Page 10
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G)hie while the sale is on. Every piece of table, art and white dress linen in the house on sale at greatly reduced prices. Good quality table Jinent at 20c, 27c, 39c and 54c. Notice the following prices andcompare thenf with what you usually pay for same qualities. THE »4LE POSITIVELY CLO»E» SATURDAY NIQHT. AH 25r Table Linens, bleached or unbleached. 52 to-58 Inches wide: special price, yard 30* 35c Table Linen, bleached or unbleached. 54 to F.g inches wide; special sale price, yard 27^. 60c Table Linens, bleached or unbleached. 62 to* 68 inches wide, in dot. floral-And Grecian bordet- designs:-special sale price, yard •.394 65c Table Linens, bleached or unbleached, fifteen pieces In this lot. some 67 and 70c linens: special sale price; yard 45* 75c quality 7ft-inch Bleached Table Linens in rich new floral designs: special sale price, yard 54* 11.00 Table Linens 70 and 72 inches wide, bleached or silver bleached; special sale price, yard 79* $1.25 Bleached or Silver Bleached Table Linen, plain or floral patterns. 68. 70 and 72 inch Linens; special sale price, yard 98* $1.50 Table Linens 70 and 72 inches wide: special iale price, yard 81.21 $2.00 Bleached Table Linen In beautiful poppy and j|ttln.stripe designe. 72 inches wide; on sale for. y*«-a S1.49 $2.50 Table Linen 72 inches wide, Queen of the Meadow, floral deuign; special sale price yd. $1.98 22 and 24-inch .Naplcins to match the above Table Lin^n: special pricPK on eevry Napkin in the house. 75c Naplcins on sale for 6Si* $1.00 Napkins on sale for 81* $1.2.% Napkins on sale for 98* $1.50 Napkins on sale for $1.19 $1.75 Napkins on sale for $1.35 $2.00 Napkins on sale for $1.62 $2.25 NapkinR on pale for $1.89 $2 .50 Napkins nn sale for $2.19 $2.75 Napkins on sale for $§.29 $3.00 Napkins on sale for $2.35 $3.50 Napkins on sale for $2.98 $4.00 Napkins on sale for $3.29 $4.50 Napkins on sale for $3.98 $5.00 Napkins on sale for $4.15 $600 Napkins on sale for $4.95 $7.50 Napkins on sale for $5.85 ( ; " ! Special prices on all Matched Linen Sets, Cloths and Napkins to match. z 68x72 Linen Cloth leaf pattern, $2.00 regular price. On sale for $1<'62 Napkins to match $3.50 regular price; on sale $2.98 Flour de Lis pattern size 8x8, price $2.25; on sale for $1.89 8x10 same pattern as above or spot Roman with border $2.50 regular price; on sale for $2.15 Napkins to match above, regular price $3.00 dozen: on sale for $2.35 Poppy design or Rose Trail, size 68x86 and 72x72, regular price $3.00: on sale for $2.35 Napkins to match above, size 24x24, regular price $4.00; on sale for $3.29 Ail $3.75 pattern Ckrths on sale for $3.19 All $4.00 Cloths on sale for $3.29 Ail $4.50 pattern cloths on sale for $3.89 $5.00 pattern clpths on sale for $4.15 $6.50 pattern cloths on sale for $5.25 $10.00 Chrysanthemum button hole edge and scalloped round Table Cloth, size 9-4; on sale tor $8.15 TOWELISG BY THE YARD One lot of Bleached Toweling 16 inches wide, red border, regular price, .vard 7^c; special i^ale price 5* All 5c Toweling on sale for 4H* Ail T/ic Toweling on sale for (}* All 8V4c Toweling on sale for...?* TOT*TLL\G BY THE YARD. All 10c Toweling on sale for...8H* All 12>^c Toweling on sale for... 10*' All 15c Toweling on sale for ...l2«* All 17^c Toweling on sale for.. .14* All 2,1c Toweling on sale for... 19* All 50c Toweling on sale for... 42* Ail 95c Toweling on sale for... 72* TOWELIMG BY THE YAHD. All Towels ready made at liberal price reductions. One lot of Bleached Red border Towels, size 15x30 inches, regular price 7\ic: special sale price, each 5* or dozen 55* Barljer Towels full bleached red bor der. price each 4* or dozen ..!{9* TOWELIJfG BY THE YABD. All 10c Towels on sale for ....8*5* All 12'ic Towels on sale for 10* All 15c Towels on sale for ll* All 17»,6c Towels on sale for 14* All 20c Towels on sale for 16* All ,25c Towels on sale for 19* All 35c Towels on sale for 27* TOWXLOTG BY THE YARD. All 40c Towels on sale for 32* All 50c towels on sale for 39* Ail 65c Towels oh sale for 52* All 75c Towels on sale for 57* All 85c Towels on sale for 63* All $1.00 Towels on sale for ...79* Dont Fan to See thh Line. DRESS LINENS Special sale of Dress Linens, Are Linens and Linen Sheeting in white only. 2r.c Dress Linens on sale for 20* 30c Dress Linens cn sale for 24* 35c Dress Linens on sale for : 26* 45c Dress Linens on sale for -32* 50c Dress Linens oa sale for 39* 65c Dress Linens on sale for 47* 75c Art Linens on sale for 54* 85c Art Linens on sale for 63* $1.00 Casing on sale for -79* $1.25 Sheeting on sale for 98* Lunch Cloths. Sideboard and Dresser Scarfs at special sale prices. 50c Sloths and Scarfs on sale for 39* 65c Cloths and Scarfs on sale for 47* 7.">c Cloths and Scarfs on sale for 59* 85c Cloths and Scarf? on sale for 63* $1.00 Cloths and Scarfs on sale for 79* $1.25 Cloths,and Scarfs oTi sate for 98* $1.50 Cloths and Scarfs on sale for $1.19 $1.75 Cloths and Scarfs on Kale for $1.35 $2.t)0 Cloths and Scarfs on sale for $1.59 $2.25 Cloths hnd Scarfs on sale for $1.89 $2:50 Cloths and Scarfs on sale for $1.98 $3.00 Cloths and Scarfs on sale for $2.35 $3.50 Cloths and Scarfs on salq for $2.98 $4.00 Cloths and Scarfs on sale for $3.19 $5.00 Cloths and Scarfs on saile for $3.98 $6.00 Cloths and Scarfs on sale for $O .00 $6:50 Cloths and Scarfs on sale for $5.29 ' Rich Hand Embroidered Dollies. Centers, Scarfs and Lunch Cloths. Mount Mellick. 6Sc Doilies or Centers, on sale for 50* 76c Doilies or Centers on sale for 55* 8.5c Doilies or Centers on sale for 62* $1.00 Doilies or Centers on sale for 79* $1.25 Dollies or Centers on sale fnr 96* $1.50 Dollies or Centers on sale for $1.19 $1.75 Doilies or Centers on sale for $1.35 $2.00 Doilies or Centers on sale for $1.62 $2.50 I^oilles or Centers on sale for $1*98 $3.00 Doilies or Centers on sale for $2.35 $3.50 Doilies or Centers on sale for $2.98 $4.00 Doilies or Center..s on sale for $3.19 $4.50 Doilies or Centers on sale for $3.49 $5.00 Doilies or Centers on sale for $3.98 $6.00 Doilies or Centers on sale for $5.00 $6.50 Doilies or Centers on sale for $.?.39 One lot of Stamped Shadow Embroidery \W!aist Patterns, worth fl5c: on sale for .'>9* One lot of 65c and 50c Pillow Tops, stamped for shadow embroidery: on sale for ;42* SCARrS AND SQUARES .Tapaneseand Mexican Hand Drawn Work, and Squares at very low prices: $1.00 Scarfs and Squares on sale for $1.25 Scarfs and Squares on sale for $1.50 Scarfs and Squares on sale (or $1.75 Scarfs and. Squares on sale for $2.00 Scarfs and Squares'on sale for ...... $2.25 Scarf^ and Squares on sale for $2.50 Scarfs and Squares on sale for $3.00 Scarfs and Squares on sale for $3.50 Sdarfs and Squares on sale for $4.00 Scarfs and Sqaares on sale for $4.50 Scarfs and Squares on sale for Ccarfs Stamped Linens at special prices. IJic Stamped Linen on sale for 11* 20c Stamped Linen on sale for 15* 25c Stamped Linen on sale for 19* 30c Stamped Linen on sale for 22* 35c Stamped Linen on sale for 25* 45c Stamped Lineh on sale for 31* 50c Stamped Linen on sale for 39* 65c Stamped Linen on sale for 47* 75c Stamped Linen on sale for 52* 85c Stamped Linen on sale for 61* $1.00 Stamped Linen on sale for .-79* $1.25 Stamped Linen on sale for 98* 3 BATTEJfBURG SCARFS AXD SQUARES. $1.00 Battenburg on sale for 79c $1.25 Battenburg on sale for 89* $1.50'Battenburg on sale for $1.19 $2.00" Battenburg on sale for $1.62 $2.25 Battenburg on sale for $1.89 $2.60 Battenburg on sale for $2.09 CENTERS AJfD SCARFS. Hand made Filet Ginpure Centers and Scarfs. $4.00 value on sale for $3.29 $5.00 value on sale for $3.98 $6.00 value on sale for $5.00 Art Needle Books tell how; price 10* Stories io r ^-^erchant't Loiieh at Onr Way. Follow loja Plan. If the plans of the physical directors dt the Central Y. M. C. A. are car- fled .'but. Topeka will have, next sprlAs, a boys' relay race between Topitka and Kansas City, similar to the race run last August between Chi. cagb'^nd New York. The relay teams wlir'be composed.of boys between 12 andJ17 years of age from the Y. M. C. A. at Lawrence. Kansas City and TopiJia.^apltal. ter father of the girl, •waa guilty Oi the offense for which he is now serving a term in the penitentiary. The girl arrived from Erie on the noon train. She will still be under the Jurisdiction of the Probate court.—Chanute Tribune. I Booster—Home Industry— KaoHio River Cat at Onr Way;; h Got Nerve Anvhow. Bftflington's football team has the aenOK and skill to go up against the faatj^t amateur teams. • • • S. D. Rel& was in lola the first of the week. —Bpliocton Republican. --flUsenld 8tsn«« mni Tnutfer C«.lHeBMh*Id mi piaia noTtn^l ^ ator* TMBi fa elty. Phone 164. Horn* for Pearl Jaeoba. PMTI Jacdbs, who waa taken to-ftrto'>«il«r4ay .by L Adamaon, oratatm ofllcar, has been "onr to tin. Bow of Chaante, J. A. Alleman, ba> l-mutakM. It ,th«t It ibecaa* —Dr. J. B. Pepper. DenUit Pkaii* lO. Have More Than They Need. It is evident from the returns made by different counties on the. amount of taxes levied In each county that the school districts will have more money than they will need this year. It is also evident that the school boards will have more money than tbev will need this year. It Is also efldent that the school boards did not take into consideration the fact that property was' to be assessed at its real value this .vear. In making up their levies they based them on the old valuations and as a result the school district taxes have increased to a large extent. The city and! county taxes remain about as they were last year for the reason that the tax- rt-s bodies recognized a new order of I'^tlngB In connection with the new tax law. The state taxes have also beon decreased greatly.—Topeka Capital. law allowed the sale of birds, many men would be out every day wItt* their guns, making money out of thej although he was registered on the local police record as Harry Brown. The man made ^is escape by breakquail: whereas If the law provides ing the hinges Oh the jail door at that they shall not sell them, these Garnett. It Is thought he received men will go out only when they de-Ihelp from the outside, sire a few precious "birdlings" to eat themselves.—Chanute S»in. —Sign painting, phone 1428. Fred Rnwden. Is Administrator. R. M. Cunningham has been sp- pointed administrator of the estate of Mrs. Lucinda Baker, who died some time ago at South Fork, Mo. leav, ing quite.a little property In lota. down by the bag of com. "Sir." she aaid, slamming shut her book. "You are sitting on my corn." "Shure," ejaculated the Irishman, his face getting red, "an OI nirrer ixpected ye had y'r foot up there."—Kansas City Star. , —Get your Post Card Albums at Mnndls*. —CanalBKluiBi t Ametl, t per eent atoaey. It Happened Here. A traveling aaleaman relates tbat he was In « Katy passenger train south of lola. last week when a gaad' Ur dresaed woauut entered the ear. She placed a bac ot freahly popped com da the seat at Iter aide and opoO' •d a novel that Ae might raad and eat aJmttltaaaoaaly. Joat thw a blf, Bftauaa plttaped hlmwlf 4lrac|lyi At the Consistory. Several lolana have been in «t- tendaaee at the aeaaloa of th« Ft Scott conslatoiy now on at Fort Scott. It cloaea tonight with a big banquet. —Always time to eat at Our Way. Adda Equipment.. The University of Kansas has added $3200 worth of standard weights and measures for the standardizing of weights, to the equipment of the physics department. By law, the state standard of weiglita and measures la kept at the University. Weights used by state offlclals are sent to the University for testing and correction. —Regular $3 and $5 hats special sale.Thursday. Friday and Saturday. Doggett Millinery.. To and From Chanute. Mrs. C. M. Inman returned this afternoon from a trip to lola: • * • Mrs. E<lmer Everlst went to lola this afternoon for a short visit. • • * Mrs. A. Ooltry and Miss -Florence Goltry went to lola this afternoon to visit. • • • Miss Pearl Fuller returned to lola today after visiting the Misses Alberta and Effle' Clark.—Chanute Tribune. i Otto Kreuger Was There. iHto Kreuger of lola, was in Cher- Vyvale today enroute home from a visit with his son, Julius, and family at Neodesha. Mrs. Julius Ki^nger accompanied him as far as this city, and returned home at noon.^—Chercy- vale Republican. —Paper Hanging. Phone 1428. Fred Rowden. —Mnndls' Drug Store has Just received a fine line of Post Card Alboms Surprised Judge Learpard. A man who has heen Io police court every Monday morning for the last ! three weeks, charged with being drunk, surprised Judge Leamard by not appearing this morning. In some way he had mlinaged to keep sob^. —Bartlesville Enterprise. Jiidge LeamartT Is one of the attorneys for Mrs. Arlle Heaton, irtio Is out on bond to answer to the charge of murdering her divorced husband. Clint Heaton. —Soda Watar. tha Onr Way kind. Can't Sell Quail, A deputy game warden made the rooada of the local restaurants and eating bouaea today and warned all ratarera not to keep qnalf for aale In Uialr plaeea of fmstaesa. Thla la aCBlnat tb* Uw. If > man kflla a •aaa f>f bMa for hiaualf and a friaad or tw« he la at Ubaitjr to hare them ppapa^ at' tha raataanat. Jl the Low pre^sare ins heaters at K. C. PInnbtag C9 .H at»re> Said Name.Was Harry Brawn, The WichiU Eagle says: The silk thief whom Chief of Police Emery and Assistant Chief Voss persued down the alleya two months ago, and who was turned over to the Oarnett authorities, baa again escaped. Infer- BUtloB waa received by the police de- ^rtmaht yeatecdajr that he bad brok* an Jail the '^reVloiia day. The man want nndeiviai^ainaber'of aamea. the poHoa giving W.C. Mayo aa his name. Becoming a mothec should be a source of joy, but the^sufferlng incident to the ordeal fnakes its anticipation one of dread, •^7ll9Ui «r 't Friend is the only Vein- edy- which relieves woin^n much of the pain of maternity; this houfi dre^ed as w^njan's severest trial, is not oniy made less painful, but danger: is avoidid: by its use. Those who use this remedy mtm no.Iongerdespoifden^ or gloomy; nervousness, na^a and dt^eir dis^m* ing conditions are oyefcqme, and the system b prepar^ for the coming event. 'Mtisw^ith. its.weight in gold," say many-" who have used it. IksliaJMilMhkvCs.. Ai|rts.fia.

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