Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 28, 1927 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

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/ I ER BAYS !die S^^ls the timit •; A trip.to thcjsfore wfll rereirniiiny raerrliandlse ironders here and ererrivlipre. Price tick'ts nre mthlessljr miirked do\tn Tn I alisolutely ererj- section of he store. Drastic reductions hate !| lieen ?nade thilt will be of roi ipellini; interest to anyone wito has. • resolved to lie thrifty and ss ne durinc 1927, There wiil be ten ' fanions valne-pirint: days si irtlntj Wednesday. Voveniher 30. Banroins will lie the ontstat diny feature. It's one of the rare safintr 0 |i]>ortiinities of the y ar, and fhspection of tiie merchan-; °; -dlse will constantly revearth ; njnequnlled opporlnnlties this sale affords. The low prices are I onnd to fascinate you. Erery noo'k and comer of the store litis i ontrihnjed inspirational values for this occasion, there will lie ne \T features, daily as well as new merchandise liiarkMl dot^^i to (he same lerel as (he (remendonsiy low prices previilllrig throuj^hout the entire sHwje durin;; this sal.e. ThiS'adrerilsement je^lures only the Jileti spots oi this iininiitchalite event. You cat not realize the' majniitude of this sale unless you come to it. Hundreds of people will lie here when the doors open Wedn« sday - morning, ^f&Tember 30—join (hem. i ^ 1 THAT NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE len days only, not on just short lines and undesirable merchandise but onj our ENTIRE STOCK. Ifs goinsr to be af^^irlwind affair, a Idically flashed prices such as shown on this page speak for iJiemselves. No matter where you live it will pay you to tome for all merch- lisplay—the worth of which every thrifty shopper will recognize. W(§ have never presented to you a more exciting opportunity to save Go the First Day.! / ^ ^ : Pliers like tliis may seem like a dream but it will prove a joyful awakening for the hiiyers when hiey vis'it this store. This is the .kind (jf a bargain that will place tfiis sale head and shoulders above any similar event ever attempted in this community. Overcoats that are all of the finest wool fabrics, tailored by America's best tailors, and are actually i taken from our higji priced lines. Carried over models, of course—but values—Oh man, what values. Only 17 coats at these prices. ig Opportunity of '27 BOYS* $2.00 Here jvou are, paronl iOr .irofldnefis value for aliltlo moncv. These find- \\ brow -a real hone.si- .sw.balers are exira well made ere; actual S2.{)() sellers. Kifd arid heather,color. Sale prit-e 75c I it we PANTS finest • everi WINNING BARGAIN t Sliirts $1.95 •ts, aini 1 Practice Economy By Buying Now ' Shrewd buyers .seeking noteworthy bargains • will find .splendid selection in . .^-living on this group of ' Lumberjacks that will set new sale value standards. The.se Lumberjacks are rciil tailored and are made" lip of finest Mackinaw wool plaids with wool elastic waist band.; Cut full and -have brea.st pockets. The fact that they ai'e "Gor; don{" St. Paul made garments and Zero brands insure you the greatest .saving and tiiiality possible. S()..50 regfilar value, now $3.95 ONLY 17 COATS AT THIS PRICE. The Price is Low .But thp Quality is Ace High S12..50 Mackinaws $3^95 No matter how low the price .every article in this .stoi-e must hear the "hall mark" of (luallty. The.se wonderful King i Mackinaw Coats are real;' bargains if there ever was' one. You men who are out i doors great deal need thiem. "right now."' Extra heavy wool plaids in bright and dark colors. $12.50 val- ue.s in the lot—to close out quick , ' ' $S.65 A Magnet Value Few People Can Withstand IMEN AND BOYS KNIT LUMBER JACKS Extraordinary, can be applied both to values .and to iiuality of these wobj knit lumberjack style : coat sweater.s—Knit of fiihcy woolen yarn and come in many fancy colors and color combinations which a?-e offered for {en days at th^ conspicuously low price of only $2.19. Remember the.se lumberjacks sold regularly at i?:^i.50 and yoij can't go wrong on this val us, only— $2.19 • i MEN'S .If A JAMAS KaulMess and E nory $2..5l) Grade Two WL 'll known T ufactureis lines pi jamas ai'e oifered at just a whisper their .former pricje $2.50. $ale price nan- pa- you of of NOW sraninid - values !1 ihe regular prici- is $1.00. n|a$. time to rip (hinits widL* open and , that are simply irresistiblc '-TI^e nemher iio such sale as thi^V 1 » come. The sale, price on % To the Thrjgty Man these jSlttits Are Real Economy MEN'S FtilE StriTS Tills suit offering does not need a cheer leader to tell the world it is one of tin- l)iggc^t values ever offered during the history of this store; This lot of isuits , consists of both conservative and collegiate models in a large variety of ciolors ' and weaves. Jhey are dffered you with a sen-se of .satisfaction and pardonable pride. They are the product of America's be.st known manufacturer.4 and sold as high as So5.00 and $40.00. This i.--.a .special lot.selected from our regular lines. * ACT '•'"^^^^"^^ 30.00, $.35.00, $40.00 Suits Now ' FOR Iff DXVS^* Si.50 Values WASHABLE room ^or hospital rob( fine for bath robes for the - sick Made just like a robe, of striped net. 84.50 is the ular priceiJ Sale pHce for $2.95 ' BATH ROBE flan- Teg-- If we were able to adequately deicribe.the Suits we are offering at this low price thev would all disappear the first dav, for actually we are .sacrificing all .Fn-f|fit and a great part of the cost on many items and. lots that, we arc determined tci close out in the next 10 days. In justice to ypurself and family come and he convinced that we are sincere in our statements Men's Newest Fall Suits and O'Coats ^'allies from $22.50 to $40.00 Hore Is where our nowest and lini 'st niorchaiHlisi! Ko'es out at low swreiiing pricos. We expi 'Ct to beat all recirds in riipifl 8ellinK.':Hn<] are plannin ; to make this .sale one which uur ciistoni- ers wiir long reineniher. All of our newest ••Rieo" Kocliester."' Koh< rts- Wicks and Krat liiicst tailoreil suits and overcoats in all the latest eolors and color stripes and plaid elTecl^. oriKliially priced at $-'2 .r .U to $4ft .0(» will he Included iii (Ills price uinel- stron*. .-VIIdur I927-19i !S models reduced to - . • . $17.95, $21.95, $24.65, i $28.45, $31.65 'and BbysXaps Boys' $1.00 Wool Caps. AQkn Extra Special only Our Keith Caps, for Men are all newest models in new American and, Scotch wool materials. All new-' colors, perfectly (J>"| tailored. Sale Price._ tPX.tIc/ ^ SPECIAL Men\s 20c; work and dress Sox 'sale Price 11c Men's Toc-vlopl Boot Sox 19c BATHROBES For rfjen who are looking for something that is attractive and jiractical for .j)ersonal use or Christmas gifts' the.se genuine Pelton Robes are truly a Blue Ribbon Bargain. Jlen's .$12.50" Pelton Silk Robes. Beautiful pattern.s. Sale Price Jlen's §15.00 Pelton Silk Robes. Our very best <iual- (J»Q QfT ity; Sal^ Price-_V tDt/«c/tl Men's $7.50 Pelton Blanket Robes. <;.r Qr Sale Price ^0*V0 $7.35 J • .1 SOUTH SIDE OF fola. Kan. iMliiies of this Sale \k the People'Whd Pufchasb With Econpmy First in Mind]

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