Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 22, 1908 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 22, 1908
Page 8
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THE lOLA ©HIT BBCHBTEB. TrESDAY £YEXTXG. DECEMBER 28. lW8. I y NEW YORK STORE NEW YORK STORE NEW YORK STORE NEW YORK STORE 2 More Xtnas Days for Shopplngl store Open Evenings Jewelry and Hmir Orammanim, always an acceptable gift, an eleeant assortment from 25c to I^.OO each. . RBiOhlngmf anything you want in this line we have. All new .styles. Ecru, navy, black, white, pink, bine, champagne, from 2 :,c to |l.r »0 a yard. Handkerohlafa Oaloram Anything you want* in this line from a .3o handkerchief up to a 15.00 one. Neckwear in greatest variety. Real Irish hand crochet Jabots, or swell Gibson stocks, 25c to |4.00 each. Kid Glaveam 12 or Ifj button length in all the new shades. One or two button clasp kid gloves, anything you want, fl.OO to $1.50 a pair. UberiySllkRuffa, with plaited or ribb m ends, colors or black. Haad Ba^a, in all tlic latest modeltj. We are showing the very newest m black Carriage Bags. S /liirl#ll9/0ffty# always an acceptable gift. S>le agents fur the celebrated Keyser iiilk Hose. Ask to see them. Swaa1ara0 the propsr coats for this climate—everything from a baby sweater in white to the new Athletic Sweater for women. Japaneaa Hand Drawn Oalllaa and Sifuarea^ Tene. riffe Doilies in all sizes, from 5c to |5.00. DaiiaF Ooilaf At one-half price. We are closing out our dull stock, therefore prices are cot in half. Every doll must be sold. One-half price for any doll in the bouse. ChrlsintBS Sale of Furs This sale not only meets the requirements of those who need Furs for the long winter months to come, but is especially opportune lor those contemplating the purchase of furs tor gift-giving purposes. There's a certain social distinction that goes with fine furs and there's nothing more acceptable or appropriate for Christmas gifts, for what woman would not feel proud to be the owner of a beautiful set or handsome coat? Hundreds of attractive and handsome Fur pieces go on sale tomorrow at decisive price savings and the ofierings mentioned below give but a slight idea of the many genuine bargains that may be secured in this opportune Christmas sale- I ,:i 'liPs Itrown Coney Fiir Coats with l:tr::.- sKirm collar and revers. lined i;iinii :;li()iit with Skinner siiiin. Spp- <i,i;iit this E ;:!e Ji»'i :{.7.5 It*.," Klectric Seal Coats 21 indies with Skinner satin, lar ^Q collars and rpvers. Special in li .is sa!.. S^.l.iM) l^ndifs' I'^ini! Kleclric Seal Conts co! lar i .MTS and cuffs triinmod in Umiv- »1-. SkiiiMf -r gal in linings. S|ifcinl ea .h .S.S.l.OO I,M(lii-R' Kxira Fine Klcctric Seal Coals, collar revera and and ciiffrt iriiiinicil in brown .Martin I'ur, Skin- ii(;r satin liniiiff. S|)cclal In HIIK • alc S.IO.CM) I/. dies" Fine Caracul Coats, hcanll- f :!i.v tiininicd lined throunhout with tine satin. n-Kiilar >2.'.oa. Special in il .i- iKl.KiN) N':: ii,<al p.m\ Ulended Mink Xock Mere:;: special at SK^.O't. $4.y.'». $!«.>.!).•», ST.OS. »9.Srt. Siberian and Sable Squirrel Neck Pieces: sjiecial at $4.9>>. Ji56.9a, ^.O'i, Ji?10.95. SI4.93. (;UEAT .SALE 0¥ FLU SCAKF.S. $1.25 Fur Scarfs for 7.56 $l..-.0 Fur Scarfs for 98<* $2..-.0 Fur Scarfs for ...-SI..10 %?,',!) Fur Scarfs for $1.98 $.-,.00 Fur Scarfs for $^.98 $C.r,0 Fur Scarfs for )^SA)S IT.nn Fur Scarfs for $4.98 $10.00 Fox Scarfs for $0.95 $Il.'.r.O Fox Scarfs for $8.9.'> $I.-..00 Fox .Scarfs for $9.9.1 $1S.OO Fox Scarfs for ^VZ.'tii $2.'..00 Fox Scarfs for $15.00 A Fine Collection of Fine Fur Sets with large Pillow and Rug .Muffs in Heal .Mink, .Tap .Mink, Sable Squirrel. Siberian Squirrel, Blue Fox and Ileal Lynx, at special prices during this sale. BigMIHInery Sale Evrrj- Trimmed Hat In oar entire •itork will lie Aold at EXACTLY HALF PRICE >EW WAI.STS FOR ('HR1.ST.\IAS. .lust in from New York, beautiful Messalines, Silk Waists in light blue, pink and white trimmed in lace; styles n|) to the niinule. Special each $.1.00 SPECIAL IX IIEATIIEIUU.OOM PETTICOATS. One lot Black Heafherbloom Petti- cais wlih pretty ruff, worth regularly $2.2.'.. Christmas sale price $].00 (•HIIIST.MAS .SALE SILK PETTICOATS. $.1.00 silk Petticoats for $.'{.8.1 %1.:,0 Silk Petticoats for $o .00 $8.50 Silk Petticoats for $5.98 $10.00 SIk Petticoats for $7.98 LaMes" Long Coats I'iT.M Long Coats reduced to $25.00 $30.00 X^ng Coats reduced to $20.00 $2o.00 Long Coats reduced to $15.00 $20.00 Long coats reduced to $12.50 $1C.50 I>ons Coals reduced to $10.9.1 $12.r.O I^ing CoatK ndured to $7.9.1 $10.00 Ivong Coats reduc<.'d to $0.95 $7.9". I^ng Coats reduced to...$.?.00 $7.00 Long Coals reduced to.. .$.').9.'> CHILDREX'S (OATS AT OKEATLY KEDrCEI) PRICE.S. $2.r.O Children s Bearskin Coats for $1.75 $3..".0 Children's Bearskin Coats for $2..10 $3.50 Children's Cloth Coats $1.95 $5.00 Children's Cloth Coats $3.50 $6.30 Children's Cloth Coats $4..10 $7.50 Children's Cloth Coats $5.00 $10.00 Children's Cloth Coats $7..10 CHRISTMAS SALE TAILORED WAIST.S. I.adl«-3 Tailored Waists, linen finish, worth regular $1.75, for $1.2.1 I..adie8' Tailored Waists linen finish, worth regularly $2.00, for. ..$1.50 Ladles' Pure Linen Tailored Waists, worth $3.00. for $1.98' Ladies' Tall" ored Suits CHRISTMAS CLEARLXfi SALE Ladles $18.00 Tailored Suits Clearance price $10.95 I.adlos' $25.00 Tailored .'?uils Clearance price 1 .^.$15 00 Ladies' $30.00 Tailored Suits Clearance price $20.00 Ladles' $35 and $40 Tailored Suits Slearance price $25.00 Home Journal Paiiorns IJKST PATTER.S IX THE MAR. h L r. JAM'AKY STVLE K00K8 ABE Mm IX. FREE FOE THE A8KIKG. DHE8S MAKIXti DEPARTMEXT IX CHARGE OF Mfs.NX.Reeves PABTT SilMES.A 8PEaALTT. NEWS OF LA HARFE J. E. WERT IXJCRED IX A .STREET' CAR ACCIBEXT. THROWN FROM A WAGON Sr.STAIXED A BROKEX ARM FROM THE FALU .V ChristmuH Dance at Feet')* Om>ra H on Ke— Smelters Receire Ore ShIpmentH—Personal .1. E. Wert, a well known citizen of this city, met with an "accident, yesterday morning which resulted in a broken ami and several severe and painful bruises. Mr. Wert was driving north across the tracks of the lo^a ICIectric railway. An east ^und car was approaching, but evidently Mr. Wert believed that he c<5uld drive across the tracks without danger. When partially across the track, the hors«« lagged and he concluded to "back off" and let the car pass. The animals would not "back." Then an effort was made to urge them onward across the track txit before tne wagon cleared the car struck It, precipitating .Mr. Wert to the ground and overturning the wagon. It was found that .Mr. Wert bad sustained a broken arm and several severe bruises. His condition Is not serious. •JSTEOPATnr— DR. W .H. ALBKIUHT. Registered Osteopathic Pbyneima. State Bank Oldg. Piuufe 146..Only Osteopatb in LA tUrpa..; . Give Christmas Dance. A Christmas dance is to be held in Peel's opera house on Friday evening, December 25. An orchestra from lola will furnish the music. Shipments of Ore. Shipments of ore are jbeing received at the smelters and the gien^ral impression is that the works will started up soon. It will be recaiHed that during the visit of General Superintendent Feltman. of the smelter company, some time ago, be stated that t*e works would be opened up atirlng January. The fact that shipments of ore are accumulating and that both the east and the west works are reiiaired and ready for operation, confirm, apparently, <he prophecy of the smelter official. Opportunity. * Opportunity, unlike that which J. J. Ingalls immortalized in his poem, presents Itself daily at WATERS AND PANFORTHTS store. Especially precious will this opportunity be during the four more shopping days which remain before Cbristmas. If gift giving is a pleasure to you, it will be doubly so if you buy your goods of .Waters and Danforth. A Complete Line of Novelties and Staples at CLOSE PRICES. You're welcome to our store, whether you buy bf^'ftbt.^ WIlHon to Open Slidik. Harry Wi'son hai leased a building on Main street and will open a barber shop. He formerly conducted a shop In this city but left a few years ago and located In Iowa. Rev. Copeland Was IIL Rev. Robert Copeland, pastor of the Christian church in thir cit}^-wa »4 «n- able to hold preaching aenrlc* iSunday on account of illness. Rer. Copeland. though pastor of the church here, lives in Chanute. Daring tlw HaUdar Bask. Miss Grace Stephenson is employed as a clerk in Graen's store dnrhig the holiday rush. Entertained Friends. Misses Minnie and Peart HoUings- worth were hostesses to a party of young friends at their home on last Saturday evening. The evening was enjoyably spent In social pastimes. P. M. Dally has just received his fall .lock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes. Fruits, Flour and Confectionery. I aave bought the BEST, nothing but the BISST. I have just opened this itock In the building formerly occu- iled by H. M. Cllne. Come In and see me. Oet prices •n the BEST SHOES made. PHILIP ^L DAILY. An Indiana Man Here. John Wright, of Indianapolis, is visiting old friends in La Harpe and vi- "clnlty. He formerly resided east of this city. Christmas at Home. I Miss l>ena Waters Js hope, from A^iilene to spend Christmas with her parents. Has an Extra Clerk. During the holiday trade at J. B. Smith's store, Walter Cllne \i wtilting on customers. Personals. D. J. Julian has returned to bis home in Unlontown after a brief visit with relatives here. William CcCoy. of Moran. was a La Harpe, visitor yesterday. Rev. J. H. Bright, pastor of the Presbyterian church, .wa* In'Tbla on business yesterday. Mias Lena Waters and-Mr*.- C J. Halm were visitors in fo!* yesterday. W. O. Haigler and Q. JUIBfMamide a trip to the county aeat<jyaN|day.' L0AK8! LOAHSL? On farm'Jand or lots. Inv or short time; Isvaati temui. Hoaay today St tltlr'ki^ Bee oa at oaea. I0LA LAMP, C0IIP4^.

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