Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 3, 1908 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 3, 1908
Page 7
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5- :^if?»ffi:>/-^ :5 •, 3 oYou Don't fail to attend the only genuine In this locality. Profits CutI Prices Dropped! The best and most reliable stock of up-to-date merchandise in this section of the state, at unequalled prices. Remember, for 20 Days Only SHOTEL 'EM OUT. -MEN'S SUITS.—Men's Suits. $10.00 and $12.00 values; Shovel 'Em Out— S7.98 SHOTEL 'EM QDT. MEN'S SUITS.—Suits sold up high as 116.50. Shovel "Em Out— as $11.88 SHOTEL'EM qUT. MEN'S SUITS.—Men's Extra Fine Suits, sold for 120.00 and" »22r)0; Shovel 'Em Out— #• $14.75 SHOTEL •EM OUT. MEN'S SUITS.—Suits : that 4riBh as $6.00 Shovel '1 $3.98 sold as Em Out— SHOTEL 'EM OUT. MEN'S SUITS.—Men's' Suits that sold as high as $7.50 and $8.00; Shovel 'Em Out— SHOTEL •EM OUT. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS.—Age 16 to 20. Extra fine quality; tho l )eHt of materials and make; sold for $20.00. Shovel 'Era Out— $14.75 SHOTEL 'EM OUT. VOl'NQ MENS SUITS.—Age 10 to 20. Best values you ever bought tor $7.50. Shovel 'Em Out— $5.00 SHOVKL 'EM OIT. MEN'S COUDl'ROY SUITS.—With caps to niatcli: sell regular for $15.00; the best gra:!<> of corduroy. Shovel •Em Out— . t^r'Afi $10.00 SHOTEL 'EM OUT. MEN'S OVERCOATS.-Nicely made, good values at $10.00. Shovel 'Em Out— $8.85 SHOTEL •EM OUT. YOUNG MEN'S SUlTp.—Age 14 to 20. Suits that sold for^ $10.00 and $12.00; Shovel .'Em Out-r $7.50 SHOTEL 'EM pUT. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS.—Age 16 to 20; reguar $15.00 values; Shovel 'Em Out— $I2JQ $7.50 SHOTEL 'EM OIT. MENS AND YOUNG MENS OVERCOATS.—Regular $15.00 and ?1S .00 values; Shovel "Em Out— $12.50 SHOTEL 'E.M OUT. MKNS AND YOUNG MEN'S OVRU- COATS.—OviTroat.s that sold at $12..'.0 and $15.00; Shovel 'Em Out— $9.75 SHOVEL 'EM OIT. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS.—Sold as high as $20.00 and $2ri .(Hi: I 'xtra fine ((uality. Shovel 'Em Out— $14.75 SHOVEL 'EM OUT. MENS PANTS.—'1-hal sold as high as $L'.i»0 and $2 50; Shovel 'ICni Out— $1.69 SHOVEL 'EM 01T. MEN'S PANTS.—Best values you ever saw; sold as high as $:{.00; Shovel 'Em Out— $1.98 SHOVEL 'EM OUT. MENS PANTS.—Made up-to-date, great valuts at $:{.50; Shovel 'Em Out- $2.85 SHOVEL 'EM OFT. BOYS' KNEE PANTS.—Cussimere and worsted Knio Pant.s in handsome patterns, well made, regular 50c and cr .c values. Shovel 'Em Out — 39c SHOVEL 'EM OIT. HOYS' HEAVY WINTER CAl'S — Sold regular for 5uc. Shovel Era Out— 35G SHOVEL 'EM OUT. CIIILDRENS UNION SUITS—Af?o fnim :« tfi 12. regular 15c value. Sbov- Em Out- el 25c SHOVEL 'EM OUT. CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR — Shirts and drawers, sold for 25c and 25c. Shovel 'Era Out— SHOVEL •EM OUT. MEN'S FLEECE LINED ITNDER- WEAR.—That sold regular for 45c Shovel 'Era OiK— 25c SHOVEL 'EM OCT. .MENS RIBBED UN'DERWTJAR.— In cream, pink, and blue, 50c value. Shovel 'Em Out— 35c SHOVEL 'EM OUT. MEN'S WOOL UNDEIUVEAR .—25 dozen Men's Wool (Shirts only), regular $1.00 and $1 .25 values. Shovel "Em Out— 78c 19c SHOVEL 'EM OIT. MENS FLEECE LINED UNDER- Wi;Alt.—Extra heavy. 5Uf and (i5c val- uis. Shovel 'Em Out— 35c Popular Price Clotluers Ontlitters for Men and Boys SHOVEL 'E.M OUT. .MEN'S HOSE.—In black and tan, regular 15c (juality. Shovel 'Em Out— 7c Or three pairs for 20c. SHOVEL 'EM OUT. MENS CANVASS GLOVES.— RegU- 10c value. Shovel 'Etn Out— 5c Per jiair. Three pairs to a customer. SHOVEL 'EM OIT. 1.000 P.AMtS OF MEN'S SHOES.— Including some of the best makes 111 the country. All leathers, Vicl Kid, Valour Calf, and Colt Skin, regular $2:50. $::.oo und $2 .5o values. Shovel Em Out— $1.85 Bachelor Theatre His Royal riuchness A Musical Cocktail in 2 Swallows All This Week FAMILY ATTRACTED ATTENTION. F. S. NEWS OF LA HARPE LA HARPE DEMOCRATS ARE ^ACK- IXO HE>'RT LAMBETH OF MORAX. WANTS HIM FOR ASSESSOR BOYS' FATHERS CONFISCATED «BOOZE« THEY HAD ORDERED. not been a single case in the iiast four weeks indicates that the i>er8on who depends on this otflce for a livelihood would have reasons for expressing themselves as has Judf^e Ctevenger. Hut the Judge says he is fortunate in having other means of earning his brea<l. The last cases in court were ones where the crimes were committed several months previous to the times when they were arrested. Manager WeUs WB! Sign Add Bren- nan—FoUce Conrt Is Quiet— liiewB ?fote8 and Personals, Are Backing Henrjr Luibetli. La Harpe. It Is said. Is backing Henry Lami>eth oC Moran, Kas., for county assessor. Mr. Lambeth was in the city yesterday looking after hjs interests here. A company of backers have bien organized and will go in person'to meet with the county commissioners and enter a plea for Mr. Lambeth. bailee Gonrt Is Qalct PoHeo Jtrige Clevenger stated yesterday itut police court was distressingly «ittlet. The fact that there has «.May I flet In on Itr , May I get in on that gallon?" This jis a common expression that is being jhanded three well known down town (boys. They ordered a gallon of wine a short time before Christmas with the idea of celebrating on the holiday. lJut their prettily planned scene was s|>oiled by three duty observing fathers who after meeting'^ to consider the best method of punishing their wavering sons, concluded that they would confiscate It themselves. The Ijoya walked to the express office sev­ eral times and wrote the company they ordered the "iKioze" or before they tunililed that a fatherly hand hail been workins. Will Sitrn lirennan. Manager Raymond AVells of the lola Jo. JV. K. leajiue base ball team, sa.vs that he want.s to sign .Add Hrennan of this city to hold down the first sack for hlni and do utility pitching. I5e.-iides l)elng a good fielder Hrennan j is one of the best hitters in the league. If he and Manager Wells reach an agreement he will probably add a great deal of strengtli to thp lola team. mil. Fortunately the horse slop|>ed which allowed .Mr. E\ans to release himself. Birth. .-V daughter was born Wednesday night to .Mr. and .Mrs. Homer Epperson. ('. L. Evans Esrajted Injury. While C. L. EvauH escape<l serious Injury while hunting New Years day it I was much through the* gentleness of his horse. In making a rapid turn the left saddle stirnip strap broke allowing him to fall with his right foot foot still hanging in the other stir- Holiday Candy 10c per pound, 3 pounds 25c. Coonrn flill Meet \ext Week. .Although the exact date has not been announced the city council of La Harpe will meet some time next week. The buslne-ss which was to have come tiji at the last meeting will he transacted. As far as known n«>w there will be nothing of importance to come up for consideration. PersoualA. Chas. I>anry left yesterday for To- I)eka. Kas.. where he will study for a debating contest. E. E. Miller of Yate.s Center, was In the city yesterday on a business visit. .Mrs. Maro Adams returned yesterday from IlumlKjIdt Kas.. where she went to visit over New Years. Miss Mane Rul>el of Bartlesville. Okla.. is the guest of her sister. Miss Chrystine. Mr. and .Mrs. Everline, and family of Parsons, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rickets of this- city. ' J. J. Hainer, of Wichita, was here yesterday on a busine.w visit. G. H. II iff, of Par.sons, Kas.. was here seslerday on a business vi.sit. Try a Wuit A<L la the Register. Ottawa Paper's Comment on Harter's Family. (Ottawa Republic.) Six sturdy youngsters, five l)oys and a girl, all wonderfully near the -same siz". co'isldering the fact that they are broUiera and sister, were] ranged side by side, on a seal at the Santa Fe deiMjt last night. A pleasant faced little woman about thirty- five years of age brooded over them maternally. ••Y?s, ail mine," she said smilingly to a reiKjrter who became inqu:siti%-e. "I am Mrs. F. S. Harter. We an* from Gas City, going to Olivet, wiien- -Mr.' Harter will t 'O to farming." •"No. there are no twins," she laughed to another question, "tha oldest is eight and the youngest, the little girl-biggest rowdy of all of them —Is two years of age. Hnsbaed tbousht we had better get onto a farm with so many boys to help after a whil3. ".Mr. Rooseve!t? Oh. yes. We haVe ofti-n thought that he ousht to know this llttlf family of Kansans and wh*n we get Sfttleil I guess I shall seed him a picture of them." FARMS, In Howell Connty. Missoni. To Exchange for City Property ar .Merchandise. Write for list. Give-foil descritpion and -price ot what y^o have. J. T. GILMOUR. Pomona, Xo. ; TLal MB^ That flavor. That deuilii That fieh, round, amnalie b fomd only in Arbuckles' Ariosa, Coffee!; Qieaper than ansrthing as good^f and better Aan any-; dung ^just as.cheafi.'! » And the bMt of «n for yoal AfiWCBUi KkOfL. NiK T«k

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