Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 27, 1907 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, December 27, 1907
Page 6
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Newis if the Coufi^ t BEIfST. I Tbt young people of i the nelghborr bood who are attending school at various places are home for the botidays. \Vt' are glad to have them la oar iniilRt again. 'r ^i4feL!' They are erecting the steel work for the machine shop at Mildred. Mrs. Punston visited the iftaool a \\fi<k ago Wednesday. Both teacher an J pupils enjoyed her Tislt. I'lge Curley of Cloud County Visited li<s brother. Tom Curley, last week. 1 w left Tbursda yfor Illinois wh<re be will tisit his aged father and mother iiud other relatives. ' H. K Wynn made a trip to Paola i\st**eek. J. B, Fergus attended the Horticultural jneeting at LaHarpe Friday. : Some Greeks are laying a aWitdi :•> tlie railroad track at Mildred. Mrs Funston spent Wednesday night •i last week with Meribeth Aler. i^ara Ewing and Will May threshed Kiiiilr corn Friday. ^ be sdiool Kare a short Christmas 1>!°ogram Friday. Several visiters n<re present. The pupils prefented i}>eir teacher with a pretty glove box. Frank Dozer and Miss Cora "Best spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Ater. Mr. Cubbison and also Mr. Wilson now have their stock of general mer- 'handise in their stores at Mildred and many of-our people are trading 'iiere. ^ , John Wlnterbottom's new residence ;ii Mildred is rearing completlob. Miss Lillie Ater visited Miss Inez Wilson of Mildred Thursday. Our school will have one week of v^icatlon, Lieurance will have 'two. AllSB Erms Card, the Lieurance te&ch- .1, went to lola Friday to spend her s acatlon with home folks. 1 !• BBOKSOIT. Mrs. G. R. Hughes and dilldren of lurt Scott are here spending the holi- •lays with her parents. Dr. and jllrs. •I. S. Cnmmings. ^ The Christmas exercises at each of I lie three different churches Tuesday •'\enlng were well attended and .the piD ^m was well rendered. Albert Heaton who is attending the .^'tate Normal, is home spending Christ Mrs. Ella Tripp, of Gas City, who l,:is been, visiting relatives here left 1 hursday morning for Port Scott ulicre she will visit with friends dur- !!•>? the holidays. Miss Erma Webster, of Baldwin »:ime down Friday evening to spend iiio holidays with her aunt, Mrs. T. I' Webster. ' ^.h^itm <'ii:ia. Love. Jr.. Is visiting friends • II for a few days. Ml-, and Mrs. Hubert Lardner. of ]-'>rt Scott, are here visiting the form- 41 M mother and brother and family. ; rank Wright, of Emporia, is here vi-iflng his mother for a few days. HEOSHO YALLET. C L. Arnold, reporter. L. B. Eastwood went over to Mis souri and was married to a Miss Else V hose home had been at Yates Cen t .-r. E. C. Arnold, who came In from Chl- lago Sunday to spend the holidays with his parents, was joined at his I 'ome by A. H. Frost, a friend from Baker university, who accompanied the Baker Glee Club to Tola and gave i -.>adlngs.. Mrs. Dickey's sister came down irnm Gamett last week to be with li.rr a couple of days during her slck- ll-SS. ChsB. Rush and wife spent Christinas with Mrs. Rush's sister at Cba iHite. Mr. and Mrs. Milligan retumfed •J Pin a visit in Nebraska Tuesday. Josje Gay retiHTied from Nebraska \\>dnesaay to be present at the funeral of her brother, Ira Gay. W^. H. Root and family of lola, tipent Christmas at C. L. Arnold's. C. E. Jacoby came down from Mar 'wline. Mo.. Wiednesday morning to •inend several days with,his parents. We understand that S. T. £^fleld v :is greatly taken by the advantages <•>•: Colorado, where he has been vls- i i!.g. It mii^t not be' undue pre< .uition for komeone to catch him by (lie coat tail anid detain him until he •i :L'ain becomes well settled in Kan «;is ways of doing things. The accidental shooting of Ira Gay liy Prank See. at the shooting match at Chas. Raush's, on Monday, was of Mich a shocking character that the i^cart that was not moved to emotion IS wanting in sensibility. Ira had' ieen reared 4n this neighborhood an^ ->^as an Industrious young man. His'j young companions with whom he as- sorlated dally feel that they have lost a strong member of their circle and ol.l and young alike greatly feel the ji>38 of his presence. NotwlUistand- ing the almost impassable condition of the roads the funeral that wa.s held in lola Wednesday was well at- t.»nded by the people of this neigh- f>v»rhood. GETTEYA. ! cf^evA Mrs. Gaddls' father, A. M. Briggs, iif Beardstown, 111., is visiting her. P. A. Campbell went to Kansas City tf» his sister's, t* meet his mother. fit Eskrldge. Kansas, and Ills Brother, of Avon. 111., whom he has not seen f-)r twenty years. Alva Perkins and Margaret Knowl- vm. of lola. Ida Perkins, of Carlyle, rmd Cenla Gray, of Moran, are visiting home folks this week. Alta Denney. of Colony, visited her ^• randparents last week. .Tohn Oliver and family spent Christ uijiS In lola. Rev.'T. K. Bosworth and wife spent rhrSstmas at P. Colglazier's. ' HPDry Klages is the proud owner rv! a new gtaphaphone. Tije bazaar and oyster supper giv- vn by the Ladies' Aid society was a fcuccess. FA»I<KIJ9 PAMOild FAMOUS F4M0U9 FAMOUS I l^4M0liS 1 FAMOUd Shovel 'em out ^The!best stock of clean reliable merchandise in the city. A dollar will do the work of two Shovel 'Em ut! The Sale that Everybody is Waiting For! Shovel 'em out It will pay you to come for' miles to 'attend this great Shovel 'Em Out Sale. 1^ 'EHO Begins Saturdaii, December 26, l907,|aDd will continue for 20 Days Onli|! Tenific cuttbg and slashings in ail depaftmentsj Owing to the stringency^ of the money matket and the backwafdness of the season, we are going to thfow this stock of good» clean/seasonable merchandise of Ready-to-Wear Qothing, Shoes, Hats and Ftirnishings for Men, Boys ana Children, into the hands of the poblic, at the most astonishing prices that were ever offered to the people of this locality. We most torn this stock into money, and therefore we will try to make some of these items of interest to yoo. Neyer before have we sold goods so cheap. A golden opportonity to bny yoor winter w;earing apparel cheaper than yon ever did before—at this Great Shovel '£m Out Sale. Remember, for 20 days only* Sale starts Satorday, December 28, 1907. Nothing reserved, everythiog goes. Shoverem out! Shoverem out! Shoveremout SHOTEL 'EM tUT. MEN'S SUITS.—Men's Suits. $10.00 t and 112.00 values; Shovel 'Em Out— S7.98 SHOTEL 'EM 0V11. ME.\'S SUITS.—Suits, sold up as high as $16.50. Shovel 'Em Out— $11.88 SHOTEL 'EM OUT. MEN'S SUITS.—Men's Extra Fine Suits, sold for $20.0Q ang $2250; Shovel 'Em Out— $14.75 SHOTEL 'EM OCT. MEN'S SUITS.—Suits that sold as high as $6.00 Shovel 'Em Out— $3.98 SHOTEL 'EM OCT. MEN'S SUITS.—Men's Suits that sold as high as $7.50 and $S.00; Shovel 'Em Out— • -• S6.85 SHOTEL 'EM OIT. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS.—Age 14 to 20. Suits that sold for $10.00 and $12.00; Shovel "Em Out— S7.50 SHOTEL 'EM OUT. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS.-rAge 16 to 20; reguar $15.00 values; Shovel 'Em Out— SI2.S0 SHOTEL '^M OrX. YOUNG MENS SUITS.-Age 16 to 20. Extra fine quality; the best of materials and make; sold for $20.00. Shovel 'Em Out— $14.75 SHOTEL 'EM OCT. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS.—Age 16 to 20. Best values you ever bought for $7.50. Shovel 'Em Out— $5.00 SHOTEL 'EM OCT. MEN'S CORDUROY SUITS.—With caps to match: sell regular for $13.00; the best grade of corduroy. Shovel 'Em Out— i _ . I $10.00 SHOTEL 'EM OIT. MENS OVERCO.ATS—Heavy weight large collars; sold for $6.50. Shovel 'Era Out— $4.50 SHOTEL 'EM OIT. MENS OVERCOATS.—Nicely made, good values at $10.00. Bhovel 'Em Out— $7.50 SHOTEL "EM OCT. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS.—Regular $15.00 and $18.00 values; Shovel 'Em Out— $12.50 SHOVEL 'EM OCT. .MENS AND YOUNG MENS OVER^ COATS.—Overcoats that sold at $12.50 and $1.3.00; Shovel 'Em Out— $9.75 SHOVEL 'RM OCT. MENS AND YOUNG MENS OVERCOATS.—Sold as high as $20.00 and $2r>.00; extra fme quality. Shovel 'Em $14.75 SHOVEL 'EM OCT. MEN'S PANTS.—That sold as high as $2.00 and $2.50; Shovel 'Em Out— SI.69 SHOVEL 'E.H OCT. MENS PANTS.—nest values you ever saw; sold as high as $3.00; Shovel 'Em Out— SI.98 SHOTEL 'EM OCT. MENS PANTS—Made ui>-to-date. great values at $3.50; Shovel 'Em Out- '*-ilC»ll< S2.85 SHOTEL 'f M OUT. MEN'S PANTS.—Extra fine quality, made of the best fabrics, sold for $5. Shovel 'Em Out— S3.85 SHOTEL 'EM OlTi CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.—Prices in this department will be cut the same as all goods; nothing will be reserved; this Is your chance to fit your boys up at just about HALF. SHOTEL 'EM OIX HOYS' KNEE PANTS.—Cassimere and worsted Knee Pants In handsome patterns, well made, regular oOc and 65c values. Shovel 'Em Out— 39c SHOVEL 'EM OIT, BOYS' W^KTER CAPS.—Sold regular for 25c^ Shovel 'Em Out— ISc SHOTEL 'EM OIT. BOYS' HEAVY WINTER CAPS.— Sold regular for 50c. Shovel 'Em Out- 35c SHOTEL 'EM OCT. CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS.—Age from 3 to 12. regular -ISc value. Shovel Em Out— 25c SHOTEL 'EM OIT. CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR — Shirts and drawers, sold for 25c and 35c. Shovel 'Em Out— i9c Popular Pric« Clothiers ONE Outfitters for Men and Boys SHOTEL 'EM OCT. ^ MENS FLEECE LINED UNDER­ WEAR.—Ejftra heavy, 50c and 65c values. Shovel 'Em Out— • • . • 35c SHOTEL 'EM OCT. MENS FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR.—That sold regular for 45c, Sliovcl 'Em Out— 25c SHOTEL 'EM OUT. MENS RIBBED UNDERWEAR.— In cream, liink, and blue, 50c value. Shovel 'Em .Out— 35c SH:OTEL 'EM OCT. MEN'S WOOL UNDERWEAR.—25 dozen Men's'Wool (Shirts only), regular $1.00 am? $1.25 values. Shovel 'Em Out— 78c SHOVEL 'EM OCT. .MENS MOSE.—In black and tan. regular lie q,uality. Shovel 'Em Out— 7c Or ihree pairs for. 20c. 1 SHOVEL 'EM OCT. MENS CA.NVASS GLOVES—Regular 10c value.' Shovel "Em Out— 5c Per i)air. Three pairs to a customer. SHOTEL 'EM OUT. .MEN'S SAMPLE SHOES.—Regular $1.75 and $2.1)0 values in all sizes. Shovel 'Em Out— Si.25 SHOTEL 'EM OCT. 1.0 .M» PAIRS OF MENS SHOES.— Including some of the best makes in the country. :AI1 leathers, Vld Kid, Valour Calf, and Colt Skin, regular $2..'.0. $3.00 and $3.50 values. Shovel 'Em Out— « SI.85

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