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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. DECEMBER J), 1SH.1.
CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS
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MARK THIS LIST
This list was prepared for your help and
assistance. Look it over carefully, mark
what you want. ,
CUT IT OUT-BRING IT WITH YOU
Our line of Christmas Gifts embraces selec
tions for every member of any household
from grandpa right down to baby.
We have what you want at the price you want
to pay for it, and our name on a box is a
guarantee of Tight quality.
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Ring. 50c to $2.00
Silver Food Pusher
Silver Spoon. 75c to $1.75
Locket and Chain
Napkin Ring or Marker
Silver Spoon and Fork
Lodge Emblem -,-
Key Chain or Ring, Gold or Silver
Cuff Links, Silver and Gold
Kodak, $6.00 up
Gold Ring, Plain or Fancy
Signet or Set
Camera. $1.00 to $12.00
Fancy Comb, Sitverrlrm'Maniliirln Jnde
7r.o to S2.00
Hand Mirror, Silver, Ivory.Jade, a.no tofs
Cut Glass Perfume or Cologne ltottlo
King, IMuiu or Fancy Hand, Signet or Set
Fancy Uolt I'in or liucltle
Mesh D.ik, Mandarin Jade, Silver or Gun-
Toilet Set, Ivory, Jade and Silver
Manicure Article1), singly or In. sets
P.iiiaian Ivory Boudoir Clock
Kodak or Camera
Gold or Silver Thimble
Silver Toilet Set
Fountain Pen with safety attach
ment Embroidery Scissors
Watch Chain or Fob
Lodge Emblem !
Emblem or Initial Ring
Gold or Silver Mounted Knife
Gold Lace Pins
Automatic Pencil with Holder
Silver Yarn or Thread Holder
Spectacles or Eye Glasses
Gold or Silver Thimble
Eye Glass Chain or Holder
Gold or Silver Pencil
New Spectacles or Eye Glasses
Hat or Cloth Brush, Ivory. Jade
Waldemar Watch Chain
Locket and Chain
(old Moiiiited rouiiUtin IVn'wUh Safely
Chain "' '
Toilet Set, raiitiun I (!',. Mandaiin
Judo ami Silver
Cut Glass or Kilvor Vap
Fancy Mnsli Hag
Manicure aud Toilet Articles
Sliver Shaving Sot
Military Brushes, I'ailsiati Ivory, Man
darin Jade, Illicitly or Silver
Initial Cuff Links
(,'nmliiuutlon Sliliv Set
Cold I'oncil with Safety Chain
Silver l)i lulling Cap
Pocket Toilet or Manleuie Set
Watch Chain, Waldemar, Coat aud VeBt
Shirt Button Set
For the Home
Sliver Sponnh. in sets or single pieces
Knives aud FoHch
Spoon Tiays, Cut Glass or Silver
Silver Briad Tray
Fiuit or Nut IIuwIn, Glass or Silver
Cut Class Water Set, li Mi aud up
Silver or Cut Glass Dlshos
Klectriu (iillls, Toasters, Peicolutois, etc.
Kdismi Diamond Phonograph, disc or cyl
inder CIipM of Silver
The above are but a few from many. There are hundreds of other gift suggestions in my stock,
articles suitable for any one, and at prices you will like. We invite you to come and inspect the offer
ings. Glad to show you the goods and assist you to make satisfactory selections.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS. Remember, "Satisfaction or Money Back."
EH TV P AT H II I T Q P Jeweler and Optometrist,
li. l JL VVnUUlJJjy C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
Opens Up Law Office
The- many friends of Howard S. Poo
will bo pleased to leaiu that lie has
decided to cast his lot with us in the
old home town, His law oillcc Is com
fortably located in tho Farmeis' Inde
pendent telephone building. Immed
iately after being admitted to tho bar,
he was associated with the Into W. S
Moilau, in the law business ut Mc
Mr Foe is a joung man of stetling
woith and uuqiie-tioned Integrity,
loyal to his convictions ami untiring
ill all his eil'oits. Ho was icared in
this city and educated la our public
.schools and the Chlof welcomes him
ns a citizen who tbtublished his resi
dence hero ycuis ago. Wo wish him
the utmost sucoess in his choson profession.
Stiucto" thoboit meohanioal toy in
ho matltet, sold by Cottlng.
Mrs. Anna Emick
Mrs. Anna Hmick, mn: of the old
sottlers of this vicinity, who for ycais
had uirido her home on a tut ut east of
this city, passed away Tuesday, after
an Illness of seveial months duration,
Tho lady was 01 jeais of ago at the
timu of hor demise, and leaves to
mourn her death, llo sons and four
daughteis. Fuueial seivlees went
held at the M V eliuieh today, Hev.
G. V Hummel olllclullng
Mis. Tony Clark is in Hastings to
day. Cabbage ti.'c per hundrtd at Miner
llrot. Co, htoro.
Wo aie glad to note tho fuithor ad
vancement of Clarence (Lefty) Mitch
ell, who has been with Denver for the
past two hoasons. He goes to the Cin
cinnati Hods of the National League,
aud we aiu confident ho can make
A. 0. U. W. Elect Officers
On Tuesday' evening the A. O. U.
W. lodge met and elected tho follow
ing otllceis for. the ensuing year: K.
R. Slnwhon, MWor Workman; V, V
Cather, Past Master Workman; (J. C.
IJailey, Foreman; C, II Uust, Over
coier; W. (lt Hainiltoii, Ilocorder;
Paul Storey, Financier; Finnic HulVur,
Treasiuer; U. P. Wensuer, Guide; II.
J. Manier, Outsldo Watch; John Pai
sons, libido Wutch; Henry Cilliiiin,
Heorgo VanCanip was in Chester
See 0. A. Sehult. lor ical estate,
farm loans and exchange,
Attorney L II. lllaelclndge went to
Lincoln, Tuesday in?inlnj.
Mesdamos -F. L Smith and A. T.
Walker nro In Chester today taking in
the Merlodan Poultry Show.
Foot Ball Team Banqueted
Moadainos Polnieky and Medlar wcio
hostesses'at a banquet tondciod the
foot ball team, at tho Polnieky home
last evening, Conch W. P. Medlar
acted in tho capacity of to.istmaster,
tlie spioad consisted of all that could
be desired, , and tho boys all ropoit
having spent an enjoyable evening.
T C. Hayes wns In IJluo Hill Mon
day bee our Cliiistnins Novelties, Hills
Shoe Store, adv
Tho Afternoon Whist Club mot
Tuisday with Mrs. Ilobt. Mitchell.
Judge Dungan and Couit Ilepoitor
Ilaiid, leturned to Hastings Saturday,
aftei adjourning district court horo.
10. S. Umber has purchased tho late
.1. A. TdmlinsoH's electrical supplies
and has "movod tho samo into his wall
paper and paint storo.
G. A. R, Elect Officers
On Saturday afternoon the O. A. It.
mot and elected the following olllccrs
for the ensuing yum: .1. W. McCiacU-
lull, Conimandei; J. I). Ci.ins, S. V; A.
I S. Carnnboll, .1. V ; C. C. McConkcy, O.
I).; S. It lloyue, Chaplain; II. (', Wolfe,
Olllcer of tho tiuaril.
Mts Ciny .olglcr went to Superior
Flank Illootn of Hastings visited
telatlves lioio Wcdnchday.
Chailes Schult, retuiued homo I'uus
day from Seneca, Nebiaska.
Mrs. H. Wolsch is In Hastings ie
ceivlug medical tteatmeut tor her
For one week, commencing Dec. 13th,
j on can secure eight dollars' woith of
lluu granite and copper cooking uten
sils, absolutely free. The Majestic
man who will bo at our storo that wock
will tell you how. Pope Bros.
The Weather Report
Tempeiature: Mean 13.'); innItuunu
80 on 7th; minimum 15 on 'JOtli.
Prnclpttiithm: Total 0.GU Inches.
Total Hiiowfall: Trace.
Number of days clear 18, partly
cloudy 1, cloudy 8.
Dates of hail on llth; thunder
storms on loth and llth.
Pievallir.g wind Diieellon NW Hi.,
Itemailts-ltalufall since Jan. 1st,
:i8. til inches
Cms S. Lunr.ow, Ob&ervcr.
Alf MeCall weut to Knusas City Sun
day morning on business
Attorney Bernard McNcny was, a,
pasonger to Hastings Tuesday.
Vein Wlttwor ioturned tho last ot
the week fiom Campboll, Mlnneaota.
Wo have a now shlpmetit of black
kid Oypsy Uoots at IU.75. Ellis Sho
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