GLEE CLUB TO COME .-«alwr UnivcftHy GIm Club to .Visit ••" i Ailen~<;ounty. The Baker Glee CInb, composed of 18 young lAen will ^ve a series of 'concerts winding up on Monday evening witb one here in i the First Jletlio- VUst chnrch. The basket bau team will play the T; X. C. A:, team on Friday evening and. a Baker prefer wOl preach from the pulpit of the First M. E. diurch on Sunday, the 23rd. The Glee Club wUl leave. Baldwin Thursday, arriving ln~ Humboldt at 2:30 p. m., going direct to the blgh school ot that city and remain ins-to give thdr entertainment in the; ilvthodlst dinrdL that evening, under the dlipecUon of the pastor. Rev Gordon. Leaving Humboldt early day morning they will go direct to GaaiCIty via lola and the sbvet car line; singing for the high school, of Gas; City in the forenoon, being entertained for dinner under theNdlrec- tion;. of the I pastor of the M. R church at Gas City, and- in the afternoon they will Journey via the jstreet car -line to LaHarpe going direct to the high school of that city nndier the direction of the pastor. Rev. Benham. They will remain in LaHarpe giving their concert in the tfethodist church Fri<&y evening under the direction of the ''pastor, and will be entertained in LaHarpe tmtil Saturday aftemocm wtaea jhey wilt journey back to Gas City 'na the street car Hue where they trtll be entertained by the city and where they will give their concert In the evening in the IGethodist chnrch of the city nnder the direction of the pastor. Rev. Campbell. After the concert they, will continue their return to Tola where they will be met at the pastor's study of the First Methodist church by friends and conducted to their place of entertainment until Tuesday morning. At both the services in the First Methodist chnrch the Glee Club will furnish the music and a'~Baker preacher will preadi. Monday evening they will give their concert "in the Firat Methodist church and this will be followed by a great banquet given in. the Our Way to Baker students and friends. All these concerts are free, a collection being taken at each to defray expenses and everybody is invited to attend. < Moran could not take the boys and so has been dropped from the plan. Everything at this time points to a great time. Lend a helping hand and lets make this a great time for our University. Send in your name if yon desire a plate at the banquet. SO cents a plate. Send all communications to B. yr. Myler or J. BI. Mason. This Is a great opportunity. Come. Get your Sanltol now. as this Is your last chance to get 12.70 worth for $L Deal closes December Slst, J. D. Mnndls <: Co. A Number of Matters to. bs Oiapossd .of. The council wiU meet tonight in regular session. ,A number of matters are to come up. The finance committee will make its report on the voting machine. Some action to- wai^d seeoring Prof. Hoade of Kansas University to inspect the sewer system With a view of making suggestions for ImprovemenU may .be taken.. The matter of a raise, in the salaries of the police may also come up. At the last'meeting the council voted to raise'the ^salaries of the police but it was fbund that it had to be done by ordinance and so tBe action of the council was invalid. AXBUA BDTCUtAX It tfe* Onmi. PrcnHMie^ IHUB8DAT, DECKMUB Ilk OB. J. F. JAMB80F. Tto tl<!a«cr, T Farm salcsor rLiligTt.td ntes made aaywlwre. Tcter inary aUls aaswcred day nicht. Office with DoaxbWK Bras. Phcne 13. icsidcBce 210 IOI,A, KANSas: Gifts for Our store b just teeming with Holiday Gifts for Men and Boys. An elegant holiday array of Smoking Jackets, Lounging Robes, Bath Robes, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags, Mufflers, Ties, Fancy Suspenders, Silk and b'nen Hsndkerchieb, Slippers, Collar Bags, in fact everything that men and.boys wear, at prices so small that you will be agreeably surprised. There Is a growing tendency toward giving >radica], useful articles as gifts. Such being the case, our thoughts naturally revert to this store because of the well known fact that ;his is one of the largest and best stores in Allen County* Bay him an Overcoat r/s^ For Christinas. We are having a sale on all of ot*r Overcoats. It is i^y. nnnsual at this time of the y«ar— '\ warm weather is the cause. You can save from |3.Q0 to $7.50 on a Coat by buying now. '7 i dt m. mt t 1 t I L (roi rou* o » to r 10th at| ions ; si port or tcck r. C lat j r cui fi: h (o sc4 a a; -a ir: cs cal Copyright 1907 by HsrtSchiifher Mtrz Men's $35.00 Overcoats, cut to 130.00 Overcoats, now $25.00 Overcoats, now |20 00 Overcoats, now The above Hart, 8cha «ner k Marx |15.00 OvcrcoatS, OTercMt has been tSW» all (alL Kow, * «30.00 $27.50 $25.00 $2a.oo $15.00 SI0.00 Men's House Coats And Loimgingltobes A great varfety to select from. Every imaginable color is here.' lola people have never had such a variety of style patterns to. select from. Come 4 tomorrow and lAake your selections—we will set the Coat or Robe aside nntil Christmas Bve. Prices are— $3.50 (0 $12.50 Men's Sidts As Useful Gifts. At greatly reduced prices. Give him a Stein-Bloch or a Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suit, and he can't help being pleased. W^ are going to sell all of our 125.00 Suit?, at $22.50 Suits, at.....'. $20.00 Suits, at $18.00 Suits, at...... $15.00 Suits at $22.50 $20.00 $18.00 $15.00 AiJk i-A The above Hart, S «talfH#r k Marx Si2 50 Si5 00 *^ Copyright 1907 by Hin Schafiber Man Simpers k (laie boBAred ^t that ^ky. er eoaes amiss.* Men'siFine Alligator Slippers Men's Fine Handturned -l Slippers 81.75 Men's Fine Handturned , Slippers $1.50^ Men's Fine Opera or Everett ? Slippers 81.25 Men's Fine Opera or Everett Slippers 81.00> Men's Fine Opera or Everett • Slippers 756- Men's Imitation Alligator Slippers ....... 50*? Boy's SUptwrs Tan Vici 81.00 ,Jl Complete Line of Hosiery fbr X Me., 25* to 75* • P«lf-1 'Vjtar HUB • Collar ,Bair for' Chrlstmi, 81.00 83.00 . HoBday Clothes For theBoyi Get the little fel- 1 o w s ready for Christmas. This is a boys' store, and a good sized one. \ LlTTf.E FELLOW'S 1 SUITS V OVEBCOATS BEEFEBB BDSSLkK BtorSE BU8TEB BBOWN in the newest designs and shades. Holiday Neckwear For Ma.' You will find here one of the finest lines ot Men's Neckwear ever shewn in lola. We don't think it possible to have a bet-, tcr assortment than' can be found here. All the new browns, hundreds of different patterns at 50* A large line at 81.00 Hundreds of different patterns 2.'>* They come in Ascota. Four-in- Hands, Bow and String Ties. Handkerdiiefs ForHim. A box of Handkerchiefs make a very desirable present for a n.an. We have them in plain or with initials. Prices each 15* TO 50* Fancy Vests for Mm Here is wherewe :shine. Present him with one of the weU known 'Yeska' Vests. It will tone his whole^attire. Prices— 81.50 TO 87.50 Snspoiders ForUn Very fine line of Men's Fancy Suspenders with gold plated buckles. Separate boxes. Prices 75* TO 81.50 Mufflers For Him If you were thinking of a Muffler "For Him" don't think of purchasing without flrst look ing over our line. We are proud of it. Fine imported French Mufflers in a varietjf of pattern* and designs. They range In. price from.. 75*. TO 83.00 Maabattan wM. WUMB Shirts will aake a very ••efU gift. Priees 81.00 TO 82.50 A Cawplcto'Ifau) af Men aai. Boys' FaJaMs and Xi^ Shkls. Hete is a splendid present, vmjf^ «n#go amiss on, and we kave cliem<—never hild s ^di c v^ety befote. Prices— . SoitCttei ....$3.00 to $15.00 TravdingBHs $2.S0 to $20.1|0 .
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