Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1928 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

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Ellis D. Cdtfey: of Chicago, who was heTe receuily vwiting honie- tolks, is now located la Saa FYan- jrlflco, CaHf., aj; salesman for the ;eJckherer-Eddy Coiitain«'r Manu- cturihg Company, of. Milrwaukee, •Wis. The company has a planl lu San Francisco. ' thicken Dinji .T at U. U. Church Thursday, 3Sc. . Miss Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Clarencp SmiH of ' 416. South AValnut street, was brought home 'from the Johnson hospital at Chajiute yesterday afternoon. She Is getting along as well as could b« expected. —Baby chicks hatch every Tuesday at the Sturdy Chick Hatcliery. Wv W. Holmes, a salesman, In In Kansas City aitendjut; the hardware convention. Teachers. —Teachers* vxamlnalion Friday and Saturday. .Ian. 27 an<l 2.S. Foi; 11.00. Uollic v.. .\danis, Cd. Supt. Mrs. Arthur L. Neote. of CIO Nortli street. beRan work .Monday in the kodak finishing dt'pariment at 4lie Scarborough llruK .Slort-. Alr.s. .Neeie hail t'liarsi^of Ihi- ko­ dak finisbiUK i al ' iliis ilruK stor*- ijr a niiiiilx'r of vi'ar.i. ITv — A. II. SiIiMai;ilj, fahiiii-l Miiki-r. 511 South ColbiiLli. f\u: Hfv. .1. (• Wilson, pa.^ior of ' th(»-TriniIy <.\Ii'thoili.-:t CIMIIHII . vvr-nl to Wellsvilic ihis inorniiiK officiate at till* luiitMal of an old friend and loiincr pari^Iiioiu'r. Mia. L'phain. . —Dr. .1. T. IMil, Surgery and -X-ray. Phone .1.'>7. T. .V. S!.i<-k. of •TO.'; Fast Maili- Bou avenue, who has liecii .Mil'ier- ing with-rlieuinali'sui for some time was reiHirted not so well today. —f^hester Thoma.s w:il be Klad to Bee bis Irifiids at the Diamond Uarbc-r'Sliop. J.l. L. Maffitt, Prop. .1. P. Kohlfr and .son, Charles Kohler. of the Allen County Implement rompany. went to Kansas City ye.stprdat- to attend a meeting of the implement Dealers .A.wocia- tlon. 1 . —.".0 chicks .'ind a brooder. $9.T.'> at the Sturdy Chick Hatchery, 220 AVest etreef. Miss Grace Southard of St. Paul. Kansas is a guest of Mi.-s.-i Cerald- ine .Southard. Mr. and! jllrs. .1. ('. Oilkespn were business visitors in Chaniite today. —Chickeil Thursday, Mrs. W. her home Dinner at V. II. Church ;i5c. Fl. Watkins returned to lid EnipoHa today after u business!visit here. —Five almost new Underwood Typewriters for rent, $3 per month. Williams Typewriter Co. ! Mrs. Frank Maher. of Par.sons, wlio has been visiting her daughter, .Mrs. 11. D. Taylor and family, ff08 North Chestnut street, return; ed home on the noon Santa.Fe today. —Dr. Lucy F. J'oUon, Chiropractor. Northrup Bldg. Pbone-32U. —O. L. Cox, M. D. Speclallat. Eye, Ear, Nose ^nd Throat. Mr. and Mrs. IT. W. Dille left Sunday for Calve.'<lon. Texas, the first stop oh a irip which will include New Orleans. .Vlempbls and St. I.ouis. They expect to l)e gone a week. .Mr. Dille is taking a vacation from his work - as general clerk at the Santa Fe frelnht di-pol. ' B. P. O.' E. Social Club ' Card Party - • Thursday. January 1$ . at. Club Rooms. • • ; .Phone -Mrs. S. A. Hi.vby. 390. )ir .Mrs. F.' U. Denton, 61. Plea.se ;call prompilyj Cards iil.S o'clock.shaijp. Relalives have been called to tb<' .bedside of .Mri." .M IC. Pr;iliojl.\. who has been seriously (II t<ir t.iic'- p:i-i three weeks. ' I K. I.. B. I.KAVKM-, .M. ». Special attention given Diseases ut Colon ai|d Uectum. Ele<;tro-Physidther:fpy Offline tola State bank Bldg. I'hones—H7 iind 70:'. • -Dr. V...K. I'enijarvis. Dentist. | .Oil. over Clohe. Plioi 3.si: lies. 112:!. i ', —' •' ' I .Mrs. .Martha Kr<'iter.-who was jcalleil here lij- tin- illness of her ilirother. I.,. •.ohli. of (;o:{ South Sycamore street, n-luiiieil liuiay to her home in ('liica^o. i —Dr. Montgomery,. Chiropractor. | Jola Laundry Blilg^ Phone 138. ? Dr. Harvey (i. .Matliis went to Kansas City this afternoon to hear Dr. Robl. E. Speer. i>f .\ew York. ! speak. Dr. Speer;, is moderator of 1 the Coneral JAsseuibly of llie Presbyterian chjirch anil is si>eakins tonight atjtiie I.lnwood Presbyterian clnircl^. We know Bakery Products ;arc good. But Have You i Tried! ! - Ours? VAN HOOZERS. Mrs. Ralph [Drake, who underwent jin operation 'at the Llohnson Iiospitiil in Clianiite. Saturday morning. i.s_ reported about the same. I - • ' --.Mildred Ciirti.s. .M. D. fieneral | Medicine. Office over Cook's Dru^ ' Store.. Day or 1 night phone ."..'>4. j Jlr. -and Mrs. Frank Spaulding. of Wichita, were in lola yesterday on business aiid visiting friends. —Uuiuniage Sale in Sifers Bld.g. hy Presbyterian ladies Friday aiii: Saturday. WM. V. ( KKW • Physkitiii nnd .Surtreon . * Eye Ear. Nose ami Thro:it * Classes Fitted * 2>2 S. Wasliiiiglou. Itila ' Office plume S2;i: Hes. 11.''.3 * ^'.Olan LyuKiii went to Coffeyville yesterday to visit his parents, .Mr.. i and Mrs. 'S. 'E. Lyman, and may remain there perniaiieiUly. He has been employed a4 llfn Pet Milk Coinpraliy jilant here and expects to ohlaiii'similar employment there. Notice 4»f .\iiniial .Meetlhlf. —The annual meeting of the Btockholders of the ".Security IJurid- I'ng <t- I.K)an .Association" ol Iiilii, Kan.-3as. will he held :{l its otfice in the City of lola.- .Mien County. Kansas. Monda^y. January ".0. 192S. -at 3:00 P. M. for the eledion of • directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may proiierly come before the meeting. HOItACE L. Mil LER, • . Se Tetary. Mrs. C. M. I.al;:ie.-of Val >araiso. Ind., aniv.-d mi (h<- liooA train today for iinl.'fiiiit" vi^it with her'sister. .Mr>. .1. K. l'"if<^sti ne. and her niecv, .Mrs, \V (i. I.en lart. of . .IK ; South C<>it..i!"-.")d siret. I . —"Vab's Breail." good'as ever. .' .-^Vr.". Marie Henderson, music sn- " ferrvi.=or of - tlie city schools, will eijter the three high school- glee c|ub.s-. in .the glee' club contest to be fieU\ immediately following the afternoon niatin-eo of The Ifevelers. appearing at Cfianute Tuesday. January 3L aft^nioon anjil night. Quite a dumber of the fetudciits aro planning to • ^accompilny the members of tltf club there-for tlie matinee. The .Revelers h/ive. done more 'i)roa<lcasting than any other ^organization, they also hive made more records and are the highest ' priced group before the public today., Thla l» their first trip away y from New^York and their appear-; '• ance In G^atrute •will be their only Kansas engagement. Rtidio fans who have heard The Reyele|-fl over WBAP. New York, are iwtious to pi<'> .pnd bear the enteijtmitteri io .A.^,..... KC ^ BAKING RAVDER Guaranteed Pure Use KC (or finer texture and larger volume in your bakings Millions of pounds used by our Government .Miijhp \{ Voiir Ilioor. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESIjAY gVENTNq. JANUARY 18. 1928 i PAGE THREE WE OPEN OUR Remarkable Skyings on Men's and Boys Clothes and Furnishings at this SEMIANNUAL EVENT : $55.00 and. $^0.00 Values Reduced o $42.50 $35.00 and $32.50 1 Values Reduced to $29.50 :50 and $45.00 Values Reduced to $39.50 and $37.50 Values Reduced to All Mfen's and Boys' Jacks $29.50 and $27.50 Values Reduced to / $24.50 00 and $22.50 Values Reduced to $19.50 Heavy Sweaters and Lumber Men's Extra Trousers Winter Muiisingwear .$11.50 Pants now .SIO.QO Pants now $8.50 Pants now $7.50 Pants how .$9.85 .$7.95 ..$6.95 $5.95 $7.00 Pants now $6.50 Pants noiv $6.00 Pants now $5.00 Pants now .$4.00 Pants nqu^ ..:$5.45 . $5.15 .!,.$4.95 ...$3.95 ..$:U5 $5.00 Wool now ....! .$4.00 Wool now .... S3.50 Garments now $2.50 Garments now $2.0.0 Gai-ments now .... $4.20 .... .,$345 . .. .$2.95 .$1.95 .$1.65 Extra Special Suits One lot of inen's and yoiinK mi'n'.s suit.s. Hart SeluifTner ^ Mar.^ or good makes. Oiily onu or two of a kind—Sizo.s 'M to'M—• .\Ien-'.s Part Wool Unionsuit.s, Rogular $2.00 value and otli- * $145 SPECIAL PRICE $14.95 One lol of men's ribbed Unionsiiit.s, Wil.soy Brotlior.s and otlifr good makes.; .Spe^j^tl value— \ • ^ Boys' Suits and Ovcjrcoats Reduced 15 Per Cent SHIRT SPECIALS Hundred«i to .select from—Manhattan. Wilson Brothers and other good make.s. collar attached or neckband style.>j—_ SPECIAL One lot of inen's broadcloth Shirts, collar attached, white, tan aiid blue $1.15 Men'.s Dre.s.s Shirt.s. collar S4.00 Shirts $3.45 SSJiO Shirts _-L, $2.95 $.3.00 Shirts _. LL _$2..55' S2.7.5 ShirlH . :__,$2.35 ' $2..'i0 Shirts .... „.__>1.95* $2.00 Shirts .--_-$1.65 $120 \ 10. 'er ("erit Off. on All Trunk.s, Rags ami Suit i ases. 10 I'*r Ceni Off On .Ml Night Shirts- and pajan as. ^ ^' > 10 Peij Cent Off on Boys' fiolf Knickers. Boys' Furnishings 95c iClpthing Company West SidiB of Square • Boy.s' Shirts and' Blou.ses, fast colons, $1.50 value $1.20 • .Sl.OO values 85c Sp^ial <in Boy's Part Wool Unioh.suits ' 98c Boys' Sheep lined Coats, Corduroy and Heavy Moleskin Coats'. Good sheep pelt linings and: leather trimmed pcK-kets. Special price— $6.95 $7.95

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