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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, DECEMBER 20. 1001.
NUMBER 5 1
Forgetting It's GMstmasf
Will be an impossibility, no matter hoV or where you live,
for the feeling of good cheer is in the air. We've antici
pated the Yule-tide requirements, and for the holiday .
giving offer a "splendid assortment of holiday ideals,
no matter the price you wish to pay you'll be pleas
antly surprised with the character and quality of the
items which the outlay returns you.
$4.00 Silk Waists at $2.92.
$6.00 Silk Waists at $4.60.
You may be looking for a silk waist and it may be hard
to find something that will just suit you in style and
taste. But these exquisite waist will find you a gentle critic
and eager buyer. Superior quality, distinctive style and '
beautifully made. Our low prices $2.92 for a $4.00 waist;
$4.60 for a $6.00 waist.
25 pe? eent off on all
Jackets, Gloaks & Gapes
Our garmejits have winning characteristics
I which easily distinugish them from "garments of
any other make. The general tailoring, work
manship, trimming and fittincr Qualities could
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not be improved. They are 'going at a discount YTa"'
of 25 per cent on 'the dollar. 14.00 Jackets now
$3.00. $1 2.0b coats now $900
CHRISTMAS : HANDKERCHIEFS!
Fairy handkerchiefs for children at 3c each. ,
Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 5c, 10c, 15c 20c to 60c each.
Men's and Boys' handkerchiefs at 5c, 10c, 15c to 75c each.
When YoaiBoy Holiday Farnitare
you want comfortable as well as artistic furniture. We
can supply you with both at low prices.
We uiant youtwder for Ghristmas Gandies!
Get our low prices on ten and twenty pound lots.
Lowneys, Voegel & Dining and- Somers & Richardson's .
fine candies in one-half, one, two, three and five pound ''"
Here's Food for Thoucht.
After h tiro Hutu h much food (or
thought as to wIii-iImt the hard work
and effort i .if Un ilru ilipaiimont to
save goods :.tnl pi'iipiMty nte n; pi' el
ated In tome ujt.Ms tlyv :iiv! mill in
aoinu cases they nm not. Take tliu lit u
of Tuesday morning fur instance, and
the few who lift, their wnini bulMind
repnireit 10 tliu scuno could see the or
deal which lh tiro lighicis had to nas
through. With Iho wind blowing tit ft
lively rate ttiul the mercury down ho
that tliu water from the nozzles quickly
foimod into ice on everything with
which it emtio iii euntact, wailing in
icy cold water, and t ho niultiiuilu ot
dangers they pass t irugli i 110 plctr-
nuipasiiiue. nicy do tills Willi no
expectancy of reward 1 ml urn oftiii"8
sneered at by the wi!. drioml liljtli
collared individual vh tt,imN mound
and tells how dllToiuiitly he would
have manipulated the putting out of
the blnzu. When our cltizons get a
chalice to show their appreciation of
the thankless jib which a lire brings
up they do not always do 11 Onu case
in point can bo cited. As we have
spoken of this matter before we are
not sanguine that it will do much good
1 he statu provides a law wheruby the
city authorities can draft an ordinance
compelling all lire insurance compan
ies to pay into tliu city treasury, if they
do business hero, the sum of live dol
lars as a fund for tho maintenance ol
the lire department. The ordinance,
on request was passed and published
ami then practically became a dead
letter, it is the place of the city treas
urer to collect these sums. If the city
council a preciate I ho work of the
department they will see that the fund
U gathered into the city treasury.
Here is w lie re a commercial club could
gel in some good work.
"A Modern Ananias "
Tim people of this city will in tho
near future bu given an opportunity to
hear a home talent comedy-drama, the
title of which is "A Modern Ananias."
The exact date of the play has not yet
been announced but it will probably be
givon in about three weeks. The play
is an exceptionally good one for home
talent to undertake, but tho partici
pants are putting in nil sparo time
practicing and rehearsing, and when
the date is announced our citizuns can
be assured they will see as good a pro
duction of the play as though it were
a traveling troupe. The participants
in the play represent the best talent in
the city and those who attend can be
assured of a rare treat.
I Cash Bargain House.
Damerell Block, Ked Cloud, Neb.
pity Dray and Express Line.
B. InZ. ROSS. PROP,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
vnarges as low as tnc uowrsr
CITY .AGENTS FOR ADAlS EXPRESS CO,
U TELEPHONE NO. 62.
It isn't the Cook's Fault,
It isn't your Grocer's Fault,
that the bulk coffee you just
purchased urns out to he differ
ent from the "same kind" bought
before. Coffee purchased in
bulk is sure to vary.
The sealed package in which
. LION COFFEE is sold insures
; uniform flavor and strength. It
also keeps the coffee fresh and
insures absolute purity
A Lucky Escape.
Gustav Miller, one of the carpenters
who lias been working on the Potter
Wright building all summer, last Mon
day met with quite a serious and pain
ful accident which will necessarily
cause him to tako a holiday vacation.
While assisting the other workmen in
putting thn high ceiling on the lodge
lodge room, he stepped on a loodo
plank on tho trestle ard fell a distance
of sixteen feet, and the heavy plank
following landed upon him. Hn was
nt once removed to tho Holland Houve
an.1 Dr. Cook summoned and Ins injur
leg attondod to. It was at first thought
he was injured internally, an examin
stlon proved, however, Hint with tho
exception of a few bruies ho hud es
enped serious injury.
Din on the Train.
Unrtortaker Taylor was called to the
depot on Wednesday evening to take
charge of the remains of Miss Esther
Wade, who died on trnln No 15 near
Hostwick. Duccnsed would have linen
sixteen year of ntro 011 December 30th,
She had been n sufferer from consump
tion for snmn time and at the time of
hor death won nnrnutn from her home
atl'otOHl, Wisconsin, to Denver, with
her mother Mr?. Olive Wade, In hopes
that a higher iiltitudn would he bene
llclnl to her health The remains will
ho shipped tomorrow to her former
home in Wisconsin for interment.
Puts gray tinnier Into your head.
Hring 11 roy glow in foiled eheek-i.
KeMores rim, ricnr, iih'iiImI mid phys
leal happiness. Tnin'a what Kooky
Mountain Tit will d . 'HiSe, 0. L.
Grand Special .-.
Special Christmas Sale
In our Dress Goods department.
Come mid sen thn extra men now Dross Fabrics
-o nlMoe nu Mule nt 15, 18, 155, 85, 50, 05 and 75c.
Extra Fine Black Dress Goods Sale.
91 50 Hlack (tonds atftl.CO.
1 75 Hhck GooiU at 1.25.
1100 Silk Pcroliii, 4iile price 41.00.
Special Calico Sale.
Choice 7c new Calicoes in blnok and white, bilver
may, red and white, rod and black, indigo blues' and
fiinoy styles, (nl price 5c.
Apron check ginglnitiH n' 5, 0 and 7c.
Special Christmas Linen Sale.
tl.OO 73-inch line bleached Table Linen, sale prico
.75o por yard.
7()o lino blenched Table Linon, sain prico 00c.
OftD line bleached ami half bleached Table Llnnn
at 50 j por yard.
Special Bargains in new Napkins.
At 81 00, 1.25, 1.50, 175, 2.00, 2.25 and 2.50 por
Speoial Sale of Christmas Towels.
At 2.10, II3o and 50n. They are very nice.
New White Bed Spreads.
Special values at $1,00, 81.25 ami $1,50. .
New Commode Scarfs at 25c.
New Dresser Scarfs at 25c.
Jackets and Goats.
Ladies $ 5.00 Jackets and Coats at $2.75.
Fur Scarfs placed on sale
Handsome lino of now
at special prices.
83.00 Furs at 82.00.
4.00 Furs at 2.75.
5.00 Furs at 8 50.
GOO Furs at 4.50. .
8 00 Furs at' 5 50.
Special Christmas Sale
In our notion dopartmont.
Handkerchiefs, special Christmas showing at lo,
2c, Oc, and 5c.
Special Job Lot Ladies 25o Embroidered Hand
kerchiefs, sate price 10c.
Also special values at 15c, 20c and 25o.
Wholesale sample line of Men's Handkerchiefs.
Special Christmas Sale
in our special toy deoui tmont. Hundreds of toys
at 5c; hundreds of toys at 10..
Dolls 5c, 10c, 12o, 20o, 25o, 35o, 60o, 72o aud 81 00.
Little Ited Wagons nt 10u. Toy pianos at25o;
Diemeis, Shlfhiiiirdrt and Chiffoniers at 25o, - '
On Minis Shirts at 25o, 85, 88, 50 and 75o.
Mens New Ties
itegiilar 50o kind at 25c.
Speoial Glove sale
OwIiik to tho mild weather wo have had, we find M
wo have more Mens (Jloves on hand than wo want. Sltf
, , -t 50 Moves ami Mittens t 33c; 75u Gloves and' J
Mittens at 00c. frr
at I Lets than
i.-u30w", 75n Mufll irs at 50j, and 81.00
MllllliM'n l'lneed mi S.iln
50.1 Mufll hi
MiilllniH nt (15.'
Special lviil Clvf, S.ile 81 25 and 1 60 Kid Gloves
at 1 00.
SpeiMnl biiiupli" Llnu of L-ulies nml Childrous
MitteiiK Pnpcd on Mi'n at tjiu Regular Price!
Come To Us Por Your Xmas Buying.
ij ALFRED- HAD ELL.
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