Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 13, 1908 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 13, 1908
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The Entire Store Contributes to the fotest of Clearance Sales A sale that stands without precedent in the hbtory of this store. Prices on every piece, parcel and yard are cut to an ebb (hat means quick sales. We ir.vite you to come in the morning avoiding the crowds that are here every afternoon. SfBughiering the Ladles' Coals. $;«SA Fhif) Kersrjr, romn In brown and rt>4: Hraninrt* price $4.75 :fl(U» BUick Krrsry linrd Uironith- out nilli satin, trimmed nitii prHty liniid and vclTrl. ( Iraranrr i»ricr $<>.50 Finp Krrsoy 'I'lotli comrs In rastor and liliirk, rlriRinllr trimmrd in pretty .silk braid and tchrt and roats that st 'll in many stores for !fli.lH). ^ ChMranri- price im>.50 ir!|."l.«MI Fine CIiiA'nn Broadeloth Toat, lined with i;ne Ilulelie>s Venetian Satin. ele ::iinlly trimmed; Cleanmce price SD.tM) Ail of onr Itest f20.(H), r2'».nO ami !^O.lM) Coiits «iii I K - sold reciirdless of cost ill liiis preat Cieaninee Sale. Just n word abnut our coats: This slock is nif l»ri;rlit, eiiic and strictly up-todate: all liouu'lit this year ami from one of tlie l>esl houses that \\v know tu lie aiilliorlty for sljle. \\v have no old out>of.diite sluiY as you see in many stores. Warm Furs IX THIS ILEAKAX K SALE. $1.25 Furs at this sale 73c $1.50 Furs ut this sale #1.10 $».50 Furs at this sale S'i.'ir* $."•.00 Black Martin Si.'J.T.l Isahella Fox Sl.T-l $:jfO Sable J|»."».<M> $10.00 Mink, ele!:nnlly lined.. «l.->.00 IsalMlla Fos ^KMN) WONUEUFI L VALIES I> WAISTS IN THIS (LEAKAXK SALE. (Wc Waists, rieanuire price •l.lci $l.2."» Waists, rieaninee price ...8;j<^ $I.:i0 Waists, clearance price.Jj? 1.10 $i.00 Waists, clearance price.}j ;l .4.'> Waists up to $;.:>0 all po in this (ireat I'learance Siile at proportionate Ion prices. SLICINO THE PRICES OX SKIRTS $5J» Skirts clearance pric*.. .SCt.?.** $6JM) Skirts clearance price. .$4.75 Skirts clearance price. .$5.<M» $liO« Voile Skirts clearance. .^H.-K) Do not ask to hate Skirts aHered at Clearance prices DltlVINC: OCT THE Dress Goods l.> Ponble Fold Snilinir Cleamnce price i)^ i> All Wool Dress tioods Clearance price 3.'>c Donltle Fold Pretty I'laids for ..children. Clearance price 'Zlt fwc >eiT Landsdonn Fluids Clearance price Jlft S5r All Wool Lansdonn I'laids Clearanrc priie C06 $1.2.'. Fine ChiiToh Ur<adcloth Clejirance priri*^ $1.75 Our Best French Voile flcanince price SRI.Ili.l Benienilier these prices are jnst for the T«o ^^eeks* Clearance Sale. SLASHINtJ INTO THE SILKS t LKAKANCE FKICE i WEEKS ONLY 5()r Best China and Jap ^ilks C leu ranee price JJ.">{^ 5<lr ClillYon TalYetas Clearance price JJ.lC .S5e Silks in N-aullful putterns Clearance price (Ji{<* $l.tH» regular $1.25 Silk: this includes all onr pretlj Fancy Silks Clearunce price H:»<S $1.25 lilaek Silks. KuarunleiMl the I M'S I in the land. Cleuninre price...H^t^ I \DEU I'KICED VALCES IN Underwear CLEAKAXCE IMllCES. 25c Misses and Children's I'nion Suits IDC C«c .Misses Cnion Suits llHc 75c ladles Suits $1.(10 l.adics' all nool Vests and ..I'unts 7.1c $1.25 I^idies' all wool Vests and Cants S5C' 50c .Men's lli>a»y Fleece Inder Shirts and Drawers '.itlil!: PI>THI>'« THE PROFITS OX KnU UiuI'mUrtm 35c Knit .Skirt.s clearance pricti *i\f 5»c knit .Skirts clearance price ;J8C ;5c knit .Skirts cle«r«nce price TMt $1.00 AH Wool knit Skirts price 75<^ A LANDSLIDE IX Table Linens 2 .".r I.inen, wide quality in red or white 19c (i5c i.inen, splendid i|nality 4oC .s-rt- Linen ({.IC $I.IM> Linen, the best quality that can l-e iHiucfat 75c These Prices Only for Two Weeks HUNDREDS OF B.UtGAIXS IX Hosiery Black Cat Bn»l Cklcago-KMmU itaiinr Gmtrni lOc Ijidies and Children's Uose...8« 15c Black Cat brand VZt 25c Black Cat brand 31« 54»c Black Cat brand 40« MCCH-A-DO IX MILUMERY AH of this elecant line of pretty Trimmed .Millinery lifty cents on the dollar. $1.00 Huts, clearance price .IOC $IJ>0 Ilat.s, clearance price 756 $2.00 Hats clearance price....$1.00 $3.50 Hats cleamnce price ...$1.75 $1.0fl lints cleamnce price.. .$2.00 $5.00 Hats, cleurauce price .. .$*J.50 We nrue }ou to come early ns the (rood thIiiBs will co fust ut these prlce.<t Staple Dep 'im VII best Prints. Slandnrd bmnds. ,')<k t.'ood Heavy Bleached Towellnir. .."Jc 10c Heavy Linen Towelintt... 8 l-lc ({ood Bleached .Muslin i;?4c 124c Hofie Muslin lOC 7?ic Outini; Flunnel .IC 10c Ht'uvy Outini; Flunnel 7Hc I2I2C Heavy Fleeced Lined (loods for Kinionas O'sC 20c Heavy Flei-ce Lined tJoods for Kinionas I'iHc price. CLEAUANCE ON Blankets A (I'ood Heavy Double Blanket |.1C One $l.(Mt Blanket 75C Our $1.25 Blanket OHC Everythini: In Blankets must and will CO at these prices ' KememlH>r the quotations are for the two weeks of this Clearance Sale Only, after which everything will be put back to rcKul ^r price. ^ . We have cone thronch our stoi-k and .selected all shorf lenRtfas KCinnflOtS ^"^^^ hundreds of remnants that will go less than whole. COTV ^e EKRLY HMD TKKE OF= THESE RRICES. 113 East Mmdison AvenuCm 2 doorm Wemt Thomp- mon Hotetm HEWS OF U HARPE WILL TKV HALLOWE'EN PHANK PLAVEKS AT MtK K TlilAL. Marhh- Woik.s, as a sloniTiilIci-. and is an cflicunl Wf)rknian. .MNs Korris firew fnmi ('liildliiHHJ lirre ami was filuc-alo'l ill the srliixil.-;. Ke- <-cuilj sill' lia.< hi'iTi<-i(iti;; fcir (In .ViiK'i i<';iM I'acKic <-<iniiiany. .Xftcr i.lai.iiarv ir.ili Mr. aii<l Mrs. Millor will If .-ii lioiue at |i>'j Mciiifr ImildiiiK.— A Ciicsl. WERE FOUND GUILTY IN COURT DEFENSE WILL TKV TO HEVEKSE DECISION <»F JCDtiE t LEVENtiEB. ijanyon Zinc Co. Will Finish Pipe Line I This Week Which Buns to the Hash Farm South of Town. last Will Try Prank Players The l»nys who won" arn-sti'il Halloween li.v the <-ity iiiarslial will be tried by a lilnlicr nmri next Friday nipht. The.sp boy.s will liave to face the juiors at the mock trial whirh | will bo held next Friday n'mht at the enlertainnioni Kiven by the liiRli school. This promises to I M ? more than Interesting. An effort will be made by the defendant's attorney to reverse the decision of Police Judge ClevenKer and to show that he isnot a fair magistrate. , » Heard Fnirrhilil Palk. Tht' li 'a<lii'rs nf llif l .a llarpe schddls lifard Slan- ;>ii|MMiiiti-iidriii K. T. Kaircliild leetiiro in tola last Sat- iirilay arii'rniHiii mi tile iiicryiiiK of riiiiiitiy sclnKils. This iiciii -d idii^'aior liroseiiled many new ideas why rural .Kchciil.s slKiiilil 111- eiiiiMilidali'd. Many nieiiilicilit the silimi! li<i ;inls of seliiMil illstrirt near Iliis eily also lieanl Sii|ieriiiiindrlil I'alrrliild. E. Miller in Trouble. IC. ('. .Miller, formerly nf this <-ity. is ill Iroiil'le. lie lia.s been arrested on the eliar^e "f renioviii« niorit;aKed Iiropiriy to Kansas Cily. 1". K. Suillli holds a ni<<rii:am> on a i<laiio which has ImiMi moved from this stale. Jle Moderate Price Ker. HIMts Oflicteled. At the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Ferris, at the corner of Sixth and Little streets at high, noon, Geo. W. Miller and Miss Edith Ferris were united in marriage, Bro. J. W. Hlbbs. of La Harpe, Kas., ofrclatlnB. Mr- lUil- ler Is connected with the D. P. Bruce I was placed under arrest in Kaiis;is <;ity. lie will he taken to lola. Surprised ("has. Franklin. .\ Miiiiilior <if the friends of Cha.-. Kraiiklin siiriirisiHl hini Saturday evening, il beliiK his twenty-eiclith liiilh day. The eveiilnj; was spent in a so- eiay way. His friends wished him many a happy birthday. Mrs. Powell IB. .Mrs. Pow ll .e - iyess .Mrs. Powell, mother of .1. Iv Powell of l(da is unite ill at her home in this elty. She was thoimht to lie in a very serious eoiidilioii last Saturday. Her eojidllioii. however, is s;ili! to he .-ioine lieiti-r today. NEWS OF GAS CITY M. W. A. WILL HOLD INSTALLATION THIS EVENING. lalioii of oiru-ers this eveninc In eon- neetioii with the installation services :i Slipper will he served. The evening will he s|ient soeially. It is hoped that every ineinher will be present. I'rof. Be Champ ('ave Ijist of l,ec' turi's on Physiognomy to Teachers This Afternoon. I Hunter Is .Moving Store. .Milliter & Son are today moving their stock of ijroeerles and ceneral merchandise into the building formerly oeeiipieil liy P. 11. O'Connor. Some repairs will he made and the store put in the of condition. CUUUCS OMUItC OF TMC "4JU«#0" i6.o«» Uins finr. larjtc iinusii.-illv >tf;nlv. To THt:ORIEN T Mr.s. .1. N. l>eer is reported as very ill. Fmbmmry B Im Mprll 17, laOM. s,-vMt:y iliiv. <»nly f4-)&n and up. in» hntlif.; slu.rr rwiil^utiw,. Sl'Ki-|.*l. FKATIlRKft: M.iilrri.i. C:iili/. :»«-vill,- .Mgj. i>, .Malln. i-j Day* in K;;viit .iti.l ttit- llnly Con.%talitlnopfc, .Mtiriw Ki>iiM-. Ihr Riviiia. \-w. V C. C1..\RK. TiliK.-. nltlK-. Nrw York. Ijtnyons Will Finish Pipe Line. The I..anyon Zinc eonipany will tiii- ish their |il|)e Hue ninnin}; to the .\ash farm three miles south of this eily. some lime the widdle of the week. .\s Boort as it Is completed the two wells which have been drilled in the now fleldwill !«' attached. They have lieeii working on the line for the past week. Personals Mrs. \V. S. Ford visited in flronson yesterday. T. K. Stout, of Cherryvalc, is in the city visiting friends. J. ^. Lathrop. of Hutchinson was i here for a short time last Saturday. ! Dr, Witty Moved In. I>r. Witty, the dentist, yesterday iiiovrd his olHees from the corner of Second and .Mcltea street to the riMims ill the Imnk building which were recently vacated by Dr. C. \V. Uennlck. Dr. \Vitty also has moved his residence to the bank building. fiave l^ist of Series Today. Prof. De Champ, of Paris. Franco. ;:avf the !a.-l of a series of lectures to the teachers <if the (!as City .schools Ibis afiermxm. He has given a series of lectures on physiognomy. He will begin today on a series to the lola leacher.s. P. II. O'Connor mnvecl bis family .xesterday to Hartlesville. where they lUill m.'ike their future home. j .M .\. CtKiper. of West Plains .Mo., : ht:i' .vesierday on a business visit. I I.. T I.eepi-r. of C.arnett. was here yisterday on a business visit. Iten .Myers returned to Cas yester- ilay fitini Hartlesville. where he t(K)k Dr. IffiMiiek's horses. ASK FOR WH.IT TOU WAXT nnil ask emphatically. Do so through Ifhe Register's want columns. It you [want an employer or an emidoyee ypu find htm In a hnrry If you take j|this Tho Register will tell I'yoiir wants to many thousands of peo- fple as quickly as you can tell them j personally to a dozen, people. Tfdu can't afford the slow way. For best and finlrkest results ns« the Reclster Want Colnrans Will (ontinue Two Weeks ... ^. The revival meetings which are in Clarence Gates and Rudolph M.vers' progress at the .Methodist Eplscoiial visited in Humboldt. " j church at the jiresent time will con-Mrs. Chas. I.ndwiek is repArfed to'>'»"e for two weeks lonser. They be very IM at her home south of this l>i>^e been exceptionally well attended city. idiiring the |>as^ two weeks. Rev. D. t. I. M.iter. of Kansas City, was here Campbell, pastor of the church, has Saturday on a business visit. I>reached some very Interesting ser- U L. STONE and A. C. Aforrow, • went to lola this aftemoon.-Oan-l ^J; ^^/.^foy^heMSn^^^ ute Tribune. |nian of America will.hold the Insul- A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bash. Use WiDchester, League ,Qr IJ. M. C. Shells And the Bird is Yours. Full line of Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition. Two BIgStOfem

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