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VOLUME XXVIII. HED CLOUD, XE1IUASKA. NOVUM It 13 It 10, 1000, NUMBER 4G k'
VALUES THAT WILL
That will hold your interest, is the situsi-
tion here for-Novcmber soiling. We want
nrAarm w w w. -s. or a r to swing sales forward want an unusual-
TEMPT LIBERAL BUYING. ls7ctivt: ir? n,?lh is'1 ,wc 'f,lizc ".;
- what will bring it will be the special
prices, the splendid values. A selection
is offered you of many new specials, advance heralds for Christmas selling and this, coupled with our reasonable
prices will make this store of special interest, a store that careful buyers cannot afford to overlook. .
November Special Offering
of OUTER GARMENTS.
We feel assured of vour interest here ns we show manv new
ideas, and the backward season has enabled us to secure many
unusual values, making the November prices especially rea
sonable ones. They are the swellest qualities offered here
the swellest ideas from the very best makers, but the price
places them within easy reach.
27-inch Salts Plush Cane. ThiMwt Fur Trimmed. No.
vember Special at $3.50.
You will find no fqtial any
where at the price, aail them
you trot the best tittiocr and
1-' the best knitted undorwear.
1 We have exceptionally good values in this lino the kind thought
ful buvers appreciate. In line now with November rrquiicments.
n . . . . . . -i.. .1
Men', weoi neoce, tun size iuumaue extra neavy, siik taped,'
were OUc November special 400.
Men's fleeced, full sir.e, full nado cotton tape, was 40c, No
vember sale 30j.
Ladies oxtra heavy fleece lined, was DOc, Nevomber special 40c
Ladies Jersoy knit, light Ileeceu was 8Uo, Novemuerspecinl 2&o.
Children's fleeced, sizu 16 10c. Go rise por nixo x
Children's wool, size 10 8c, Co rise pur size.
Children's cotton, size 1G 3a. Do rise per size.
in fit, finish and making are exactly in line wit
decree. It's an unusual onnortunitVfibut this
,be known as the right store for fashianable garments.
A special showing of ladies"
misses and children s fash
ionable garments at prices1
you're unable to duplicate.
The styles are the famous
Friedman & Palmer models
and that means every detail i
th fashion s
All wool Kersey Jacket, satin lined
guaranteed to went two seasons,
colors brown nnd and black, whs
S10 00, now
And tho cooler winds of November will ,
innko such soleotions accessory. Wo
show only what wo feel is reliable tho
Hii'Mfuction uivinir kind of merchandise
ami wo feel that ench of these otTmlncs
Wni''i i!ly worthy of your patronngo.
I.iiiv unreins rules tho selling hero as
.you u )tl believe, nluin you unto tho values.
Full weight 10 4 siz' .Ml72 InVhes, all cotton blanket, II colors,
fancy border, sold evrvwiiei i- at 00, here at Ui
Other values at 65c, 80o, t 00. M '20, $1 50, $1 75.
rn n TfcJc Caxp fn UEASONS A right-
wijjjw w "'" "Wlt"" iv bimirht stock, se-'
gyj r dr M. lected just when tho
staple ury uuuus. py w ":
" . . .
- with enr low margins
makes the kind of values that Kood buyers approve. You will like i
, tho class oi goous we caer, lor iney represent wnai is ues: ior ser
vice tho satisfactory substantial kind.
CALICO All blacks, reds, grays, blues and fall styles fanojr (
Drints 5o per Yard.
MUSLIN Cabot, regular Oo grade, short lengbtsat 4c.
Best L L unbleached, yard wide, 4jc.
Fruit of the Loom or Lonsdalo bleached, flj.
SHIUTINU Southern Silk, regular lOo grade for 8o.
SiH'clfil mini's n fin. 7c. 10i! and VH!b.
OUTING FLANNELS Wo havo placed on the shelf Another
case oi outing uannei, uougni at prices mm means oar
, gain?. You gut tho benefit.
Special oilers atSo, 7c, 10c and 12 J c.
All wool Kersey Jacket, satin lined,
guaranteed to wear two i.vnom,
colors black, blue nnd castor, was
civ i)U, now
All wool Kersey Jacxct, silk serge
lined in blues and custom, was
9 00, now
All woel Kursuy Jacket, silk tnliutn
lined, blue only, was $10.00, now
All wool Krirsty Jaokot, silk lined, guurantced te wear twe
seasons, black only, was 110.00, now
Dressy Ideas for
Such an anpcul to tliu earn-'
ful dre3sers and if you buy
tnom at tins storo you arn
certain of tho stylo feature1
being exactly in line witu
the fashion demands.
The prices aro lowest a'
good feature to regard in
DRESS GOODS A No. 1 plaid skirting, an excellent articlo
for uaderskirts, bought to retail at 45c, Nobember special
All wool storm serge in brown, blue and grey, 75c.
44 inch good quality venotian oloth in greens and blues. 75o.
All wool Zibeline suitings, 60 Inch, grey and brown, SI. 10.
Camels Hair cloth in dark gray, 70c.
Dress flannels in dark gray, blue and' black and red and
black at t)oc cer yard.
Dress flannels in dark grey, light grey and tan, 50c.
Special offering of Crepon effects.
Black goods bought to retail at 00i, spoc-lal at 42Ji
Speciat 35u storm Serges at 23Jo.
Wirfrf ff4' On a Furniture need if you
M v WCcJLC come here. There's nl-
: ways a splendid satisfaction"
in teeling that the purchase
' .. .1 . ,i a
is ritriu. mat voirresecnrinfr'
fullest values, and if von se
lect from this stock them-iloi
'feature is rtlwavs certain. It's nivinrr nnr tmdn iic
peerless va'ues each and every selling day, and yet a se-
lection of what's newest and most used, the stvlish. sttb-
.,f:.,i :Ar, un-,,.i.nn i.: .. i.. i .'
ntam-icn iiiLua, unit iiKmw tins il IJUIUIcir UUJ'lllg place (
a place the public frequents. Inline with all our offer-
uiiis iicic yuu ii nun im:he iNovemoer aneciais:
A solid oak bedroom suit, S4x.'i0 niir-
ror, perfect condition, wat$U"), Novum,
ber special, $19.00.
A 8 pleco hardwood bedroom suite,
22x28 mirror, perfect condition, was(
92U, November sneciull$17 00.
One anch. iron hml mirlnni nml mot.
tress, comulote. $0 in.
Aimum cupuoarus, t w, t; vu, qu.ou
vo.uu nun aiz.uu.
Dining chairs, high backs, cane and wned seats, 7fic tol..25 each
Dlniug tnbtet-. 6 feet. $4 50. November specials ut $5. $7. $8 and 810
micueu cnairs, n spinuieou, 4spinaie ooo
vu Handle nniv the jiarpen guarau
teed construntiou couches, prices
range from !t 25 to $21 00.
Kaoklng (JliailH Sl.'JOto 813.50
Fabling Iron and wooden beds $12 50
$14 DO, &10 High chairs 91 te 3 60.
Again have tho maiiibers of tho
Miti'lielmV Club of this city met nnd
banqueted, and again has nnntker olio
of the members of tho little baud
deserted their ranks nnd takun unto
himself a helpmate Tho onu honored
ut the banqueting board on Monday
evening Inst was Oscar T. l'atmot who
was married on the lollowing evening.
So far since its organization the club
lias lost but three members from its
original membership of llftoen, but as
the threo havo boon lost cinco May II,
last, at this ralu it will not tako loag
to dupluto the organization of these
still remaining on tho roll of honor.
Several of the mombors wero absent,
their present tivuciilionfedn llfo having
placed them in distant states, but the
remainder, to while away tho evening,
as is their custom beforo tho banquet
tag heur arrived, repaired to the rooms
of Dr. L. 11. Deck nnd spont the hours
in pleasaut pastime until near raid-
night when they betook themselves to
the dining room ef tho Star Uakery
where the banquet was served. At on
the two previous occasions tho dining
rooms nnd banqueting tahlo was deco
rated with a prefusbn ut plants aud
flowers and tho repast which consisted
of ten courses was gotten up and
served in the best stvlo of the caterer's
art. A number of toasts wero given
aud responded to and tho merry crowd
broke up with tho thought perhaps ef
who among their number would bo
the next victim of woman's wiles.
Married, at tho bridu's home in tho
northeast part of the city, . Tuesday
evuuing, Novemb r II), Mr. Oscar T.
I'almor to Miss Christie Weidoman,
lUv. J. 11. N. Cobb oil! luting. Tli
wedding took pluco ui tliu presouuu of
a few friends aud rotative. Promptly
at 8 o'clock a buautiful wedding niarcl
was played by Mrs. A. II. Sellars, dur.
ing the concluding f trains of which tho
bride nnd groom preceded by attend
ants, Mr. A. II. SullatM and Mi&s Mnymo
Wcldoiiian, marched into tho cozy r ar
lor and took a position boneati. an
arch of artistically arranged blooming
vines. Tho beautiful nnd impressive
ceremony prescribed by tho Methodise
church was then pronounced, after
which followed most hnarly congratu
lations. Tho brido was boautifully attired in
crenm silk gown trimmod with silk
A sumptuous repast was servd be
tween the hours of 8 and 0 o'clock nnd
was most heartily enjoyed bynllproi
ent. Many beautiful, appropriate and use
ful prosonts woro received by the
bride and groom.
Mr. and Mrs, Patmor will go at once,
to their homo in Cowles whoro lie is in
Hearty good wishes from hosts of
friends go with this most ustimabln
young couple in their jutirnoy of uni
ted life aud fortune.
Gee. Payne's thren week's old baby
was buried at the Guide Hick ceme
Chas. Hodges will move Into his new
Abu Schorebourg was atthecouuly
I. It, Colviti has some farms to reit
I. II. Calvin was ovur in Garllcld
township looking nfter the interests of
t ho Continental Insurance company
tho II ifi t n( the week,
K. PotctM is building a houso nnd
barn oa his lots in town.
K. L, llagau has moved into tho new
addition he has built to his house.
Tho f ustunists aro very quiet in this
neck ' woods sluce election.
A. Horn returnod Thursday from a
thren months visit in Iowa and Illinois.
Tho social at tho church Wednesday
night was well attended ami all ropert
a good tim.
M. Marsh is up from Hobrea this
week tho guest of his biothcr J. S.
Harry Owen of Hubboll was here
D. H. Dillon of North Hraich was is
What Shall We Have (or Dtuert?
This question arises in the family
every day. Let us answer it today.
Try Joll-O, a delicious dessert. Pro
pared in two miautes. No baking! add
hot water nnd sot to cool. Flavors:
Loinon, ornngo raspberry and straw
bot ry. At your grocers, 10 els.
Inflammatory Rheumatum cured in 3 days.
Morton I., Hill of I.cbnnon, lad. kutm "My
wife linil liitlnmmntorjr rhonmntlMii In overr
iuum'Iu mid Joint; lior mlTotliiK wh terrible and
her body iiml faro wcru awooleii almoin bcroiut
rccoKtililoit ; bail been In bed for tlx wceki and
bad elKbt ibrilolanii, but rccclrcd no benefit
until the tried tliu Mynllo Cure fur;ittioumatliim.
It gave Immediate relief and rlio w able to
walkabout In tlireo day, lam nuroltaaved
her life." KoM by II. K. Orlcc, Druggltt, lied
Babies and children need I
proper food, rarely ever medi
cine. If they do not thrive
l on ineir iooa somcining n
wrong. They need a little
f help to get their digestive
machinery working properly.
ie3ct Olovid, IVolroj?ilcca. S
A Plcawnt Surprise,
Wediiustluy morning tlui good puoplu
t Amboy community enmu in upou
Kev. Cobb at thu parsonage and pound
ed him with pounds of good luiugs,
cauueil him with etius of the usofol,
sacked him with flour of Father Kris
biu's bost grades, aud dollared him
with dollars unUl Amboy's part of tho
imBtorM salary was weeks abend of the
almauau. Hesides all this thoy opuued
up baskets and loaded down a long la
lilo with everything good, nnd then all
gathered round and sought to do Jus
ticu to tho bountiful spread, Tho day
was full of sooial enjoyment for all.
Tho pastor and family mosijhtartlly
appreciate this manifest good vv-fll aud
kiiulnctt.?, nnd trust their relations
shall bo such always as will proinoto
the pencil nnd hpppluess of u grateful
pnople nnd extend tho kingdom of the
COD LIVER OIL
) lliiiucHuekui'H excursions to Arizona,
t Arkansas, Indian Territory, Lousiana,
j New Moxlco, Oklahoma Territory, and
(Texas, D.ites of salo Nov. 0 to 20,
Ducomber 4th and lBili. Ono faro plus
V2 for the round trip, limited twenty,
jone days from date of sale, continuous
passage in both directions. A. Con
will tfenerallv correct this
1 If you will put from one
fourth to half a teaspoonful f
in baby's bottle three of four 1
times a day you will soon sec
a marked improvement. For
larger children, from half to
a teaspoonful, according to
1 age, dissolved in their milk, 1
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish'
ing power. If the mother's
milk does not nourish the 1
baby, she needs the emul
sion. It will show an effect
at once both upon mother
i and child.
5o. nil ti.oo, all druggists,
SCOTT & llOWNB, ChmUt, N,w York.
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