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HIE OMAHA SUNDAY W:K: DKCKMnER 10. 100(1.
PREPARING FOR REVIVALS
ft'obtlnued mm Tenth Thro.)
he "Is the rrlvorsc. Including; Man,
Kvolvcd by Atomic Force?" Bumlay school
nt Testimony meeting; Wcbipml lv
evening nt 7:45.
First Concri'f(Htlnal church. Dr. Otfr
Iwln O. Bmlth, pnstor. Mornlnir service nt
10:"n. Vespers nt 6. No evening service.
Sunday school nt noon. I'rayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:4ft. Youna people
study class followlnR vespers. Free stere
optlcon lccfure Monday ev nlnjr on "The
Hull.lers of Yesterday," liy K. f T'Hrh.
Mornlnir subject, "The Kingdom, Its Center
ami Radial." Vesper sublet, "Father."
torf to Funn L. Dudley, lot 2, block
3, In Htrwl add. to Council Hlufts.
l.i., fj. r. d
Peter K. Howell, trust", to Iina K.
Itohinson. lot .M and ru, of lot 1, In
Iv1 subdivision of lot 2, In n1
nV 10-77-i', d
Miry A. Harms ind hurnd to T.
W. Otis, lot 1, In Auditor' subdivi
sion of I. lock A, In Jrffrl' add. to
Council Mulls. Ia., w. d
Ten transfeis; total $-VM
Plelnrest Pictures! Flrtnresr
1'nfrstned pictures and framed pictures
for X'nws. The lowest rrlees on pictures
In the city. Council lOufTs Taint. Oil and
Class Co., Morrlam bl ek.
W. B. Hewetson. denier In pictures and
art goods, has J'iFt returned from Chi- 1
cauo. He purchased while there a line of I
hand-painted china, selected from the best I
artists In the Cnlted States and Europe.
Will place on sale Baturdny. Goods de
livered In Omaha free. Note the address.
Masonic Temple, liroadway and Fourth
streets, Council Bluffs.
How Do Von Think?
.Some people think on their feet.
But most people think with their head.
Ifbw do you think?
I know WHAT ynu think If the shoe
.No matter how you think nor what you
1hir.lt, you'll think bigger, better and pleas
anter thoughts If the shoes fel right,
v Our shoes feel rlKht because they're built
on rlKht lines.
-Sl:oc. wenr out readily because they nt
poorly, and when the strain falls In mots
you soon learn where the sp ts are. ' Our frtore will be open evenlnRS from now
This name unequal distribution of strain i'til Christmas. The John Beno Co.
fore the shoe out f shne.
I'hat's why I employ only competent turn
to fit your feet no cheap alioe fltte at
8ARUr;NT'8 FAMILY SHOK STORE.-- We
guarantee to fit your feot and will try to i
fit fcOTH HEAD AND FEET, hut If we
Petersen & 8choenlng; Co. have Just re
reived a IarK line of Kingston reading
chairs. They come In many different de
signs and are most reasonable In price. A
more appropriate Christmas rift could not
be found, Prices range up from $7.
OLD SANTA CI.Al S 13 WISE TAKES
IlOTTLE OF BONDED JARVIS WHISKY;
can not lit loth, we take the FEET, or let
the customer go elsewhere.
Remember, 1 guarantee to fit your fret
SARGENT S FAMILY SHOE STORE.
Complete your X'mas dinner with a dish
of tnir fee cream, sherbets, punch or Ices,
put up In. fancy individual molds. Try our
puro honic-mndc candy, it Is di licious,
especially our peanut nut. I. Muccl, 21S
Wert Broudwny. Tel. 3t4.
Msrrlsse I lccn.es.
License to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence.
It. O. Slake, Lincoln, Neb
Emma M. Hatch, Lincoln, Neb.,..
John Lnre, Omaha
Ida F. Ullletle, Omaha
lrfo't fall to vUit .our
Petersen & Bchoenlng.
MANTLES. 10 CENTS. BEST MANTLE
IN TOWN FOR THE PRICE. W. A.
t . :
ONLY THE BEST JARVIS', BOTTLED
Here are many articles, any of which Is
a fine suggestion for a Christmas present,
and all at prices that demand your atten
tion If you are Interested, and every artlcl
Is a reanon for your visiting our store:
Founta'n pens, watches, chains, fobs,
charms, brioches, necklaces, rings, cuff
links, scarf pins, bracelets, clocks, cut
glass, china hand-painted plates, umbrellas,
toilet sets. Jewel boxes, silverware.
O. MAUTHE, 2J8 West Broadway.
OLD CROW, TAYLOR. MELLWOOD.
fratwnlty are making preparations to give
their annual bail December a. and are
proceeding In a way that promises a bril
liant affair for the younger set of the city.
The dance will be given at the Orand hotel.
Invitations are out for about leO couples.
The Sweet Sixteen Card club was enter- i
tabled Thursday evening by Roy Palmer
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Me
Cune, -12 Oralis m aenue. The evening was
spent at hlch five. A three-course luncheon
was served nftir the game. The rooms
were decorated with chrysanthemums. Miss
Mhel Hoagland will be the next hostess.
Mrs. Elizabeth Miller. 119 South First
street, was creatly surprised by the arrival
cif all her children at the family residence
ThursiUy evening In eelebintlon of tor
Rib blrthdiy. She was presented with
many beautiful presents In honor of the
occasion and a big dinner was brought by
the merry-makers, which made the featuie
a most enjoyable one.
The Economical Card club was enter
tained Friday afternoon by Mrs. L. Jones,
1.4 Knepper street. The club prizes were
awarded to Mrs. Oeorge Wesley, who won
the largest number of scores, and Mrs.
Spare, who was awarded second trophy.
After the game a two-course luncheon was
served. The club will be entertained next
Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Wesley, 112
The Oakland Avenue club and the Ideal
club were entertained Tuesday afternoon
by Mrs. Ils Cutler, K'4 Bluff street.
The front anil hack parlors were decorated
In blue, white and gold, they being the
colors of the two clubs. After the meet
ing a two-course luncheon was served.
The dining room was decorated In red.
Mrs. Henry Cutler, Miss Irma and Miss
Edna Smith assisted In the dining Toom.
The members of the Seven O'clock Bridge
club were delightfully entertained at d n
ner Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace Shepard. The after
dinner hours were spent at bridge. The
prizes were awarded to the parties having
the highest score for the last six evenings.
They were awarded to Mrs. W. W. Sher
man, who won the first ladles' prize, and
Mr. Wallace Shepard, who won the first
gentleman's prize, the consolation prize
belntf awarded to Mrs. H. W. Hazelton.
The next hostesa will be Mrs. Hazelton,
who will entertain the club after Christmas.
Th members of the Congregational
church celebrated Forefathers' day Thurs
day evening by giving a colonial supper In
the church parlors. A regular New Eng
land dinrer was served by the young women
In colonial costume. Mr. K. P. Ft ch acted
as toa.stmaster. "The Home Guard" was
responded to by Mr. Victor E. Bender;
"The Town Meeting'' by Mr. C. F. Kimball;
"The Women of the Mayflower" by Mrs,
J. W. Squire, and "The Meeting House'' by
Dr. O. O. Smith. The opening number waa
the singing of "Plymouth Rock" and the
program was ended with the singing of
Miss Anna Williams, daughter of Mrs.
Minnie Williams, SltS Commercial street,
and LouiK iknen were united la marriage
1 uesday noon at the residence of Rev.
The Gift Shop of the West
The Largest Stock, the Best Assortment and Lowest Prices
Special Monday and Tuesday
ANDERSON. GORDON RYE. GVCKEN- " 7 'Yrnmedoate T reist.ies were pres-
HEIMER RYE, AND MANY OTHER ent at the wejdlng. After the ceremony
STORE, 225 MAIN.
AT THE JARVIS
Renl KstHte Transfers.
.These ' transfers were reported to The
Beo December 16 by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company of Council
H. W. Binder, a1mlstratnr, to Agnes
Jlutchlns, lot 1H and n'4 of lot 1-',
(block li,- In Hyatt h suudlvitlon In
"Council Bluffs, la., administrator's
Sunin L. Dudley und husband to John
y. Erler, lots 2 and ;1. block 3. In.
IStreet's add. to Council Bluffs, la.,
w. d 1,800
Herman 11. Mueller ami wife to Paul
F. Muellrr. one-half Interest in nVi
seV4 se nwV,. ,B-77-:W, w. A 1,600
Joseph BVrron und wife to Chris Chrls
tensen, part of lot 4, In Auditor's
; subdivision of ewVt nw4, li-7u-4H,
w. d 1,300
E. H. Lougee and wife to Christine
'Ijfcrsen. lot 44 and' west ten feet, of
'lot 46, block 8, in Wright add. to
I'ouncil Bluffs, la., w. d
Benjumin-Fehr Real Estate company
to A. C. Keller.' lot 4, block 12, In
. -Evans' Second Bridge add, to Coun
cil Bluffs, la., w. d
County treasurer to J. P. Greenshlelds,
lot 4, block 28, In Beers' subdivision,
. and lot 6, block 32. In Bayllss A Pal
mer's add. to Council Bluffs, la.,
Helra of W. F. and Mary W. Sleden-
BOTTLED IN BOND WHISKIES AT THE
Our store will be open evenings from now
until Christmas. The John Beno Co.
Spuds! .ptids! Spndst
Choice early Ohio potatoes at E3c de
livered In five-bushel lots or more. Both
'phones 182- Brldenstine tt Smith. 1401 8.
Petersen & Schoening have Just received
an elegant line of reed and rush rockers.
Just the thing for Christmas.
Our store will be open evenings from now
until Christmas. The John Beno Co.
PAST WEEK I BUFFS SOCIETT
the newly wedded couple went to the
home of the brides mother, where a wed
ding dinner was served. They then went
to their home on East Broadway, where
they were surprised by about 100 friends,
who were gathered at the houae to help
make merry the evening. Dancing Droved
the feature of the evening, during which
refreshments - were served. Mrs. Hansen
has been a teacher In the Washington Ave
nue school for a number of yeurs.
MAIN ST. STORE GOOD TO
Our store will be open evenings from now
until Christmas. The John Beno Co.
See Stcphan Bros, for the latest and best
Inverted burners. 629 West Broadway.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. . Tel. 250. Night, 603.
Western Mutual Life
Now being organised In Council Bluff a
will hv Its permanent home here,
Its officers ana principal e,mployr
will have their permanent homes here
but of stall greater benefit to Coun-11
Bluffs Is the unlimited amount of
most desirable advertising given this
beautiful and progressive city, simply
because It is the Home Office of an
Old Line Life Insurance Company.
As conclusive proof rf this, did any
one aver speak of a company without.
In the same breath, calling the name
of the city so fortunate as tp be that
company's Home Office?
The tangible co-operation of all
booster la earnestly requested.
C. EI. ATEERTON. President
ttnmber of Social Functions Grace the
Mr. Jens Nelson left Wednesday for
Denmark, on a visit to the home of his
Mrs. Margaret Heaney of Centervtlle, la..
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thorn's 1 nlla
hnn, of this cltjr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Levere!
Mrs. 8. W. Besley have g
to Houston, Te.
Miss Marv Wells of Ottumv.c,
guest at tho home of Mr. and Ulin v..
Clifton, 2202 Second avenue.
Miss Ethel Stewart of Magnolia, Ja., Is
In the cliv visiting with tho family of Mr.
A. E. Dempsey of Palmer avenue.
Mr. George J. Crane or Park avenue
arrived home Friday evening from Denver,
where he has been for some time.
Mis Anna H. Moore a.nd Mrs. C. B.
Moore left Thursday for Los Angeles,
whero they will remain Indefinitely.
Major G. H. Richmond has gone to Madi
son Wis., to attend the annual family
reunion In honor of his mother s Both birthday.
Mrs. O. P. McKesson ana Miss Maude
McKesson of Los Angeles, Cal., are In tho
city, their former home, for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wollman have gone
for a trip through the south. They will
spend the remainder of the winter in
Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Richardson and chil
dren left last week for St. Johns, N. B.,
en route to Liverpool, England. They will
be gone about four month
Will Cutler entertained the Omega Eta
Tau fraternity at a business meeting
Wednesday evening. After the meeting
light refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs! S. L. Etnyre entertained
the "500" club Tuesday evening at their
home, 303 North Second utreet. Mrs. Kig
don won the first ladles' prize and Frank
Houtsland the rlrst gentlemen's prize. The
club will be entertained two weeks after
Christmas by Clarence Badolett.
The young men of the Omega Eta Tau
The Brownie Spring Ice Skates
For Ladies and Gentlemen
n $1.75 $2.00 $2.75
This is positively the most up-to-date Skate on the
market. The spring sends the skater along fast and easy
acts like a spring board to the juniper. No lame ankles
no jar makes skating a greater pleasure. Just step in
and see them.
! P. C. DeVol Hardware Go.
: 504 Broadway and 10 N. Main Street, Council Biuffs.
A. A. Clark Co., HATm waiis
Our business was established nearly 20 year ago (1888). I loth Phones 217.
'; VVlon on hu'raes, cattle, household furniture and other chattels.
Our reputation und the business we enjoy Is the result of fair and liberal
treatment of our putrons during these 20 years. Our rates are uniformly
lower than other officer. Our loans are made in our own name and never
old or negotiated. Keuieuber our new offices are opposite tide of the hall
from our old office, are conveniently arranged with private consulting
room. We wish to warn the public that we have no connection with the
firm doing: business under the name of the Clark Mortgage Co., now
ciTiip ring our old office. It Is a compliment we appreciate giving our
name to their business, but it Is confusing to the public.
qoi;. MAIN AXD HROAUWAY. OVEll AMK1UCAN EXPHKSS OFFICE.
Stotkert sells carpets.
Fine engravings at LefTert's,
Ed Rogers" Tony Faust beer.
See Borwlck for Xmas goods.
, Plumbing and heating, Blzby A Bon.
Lewls Cutler, funeral director, 'phone 97.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. S39.
Toys, toys, toys, at Petersen & Schoening.
DIAMONDS AS AN IN VK8TMENT.
i TALK TO I.EFFERT ABOUT IT.
Mrs. 8. A. Crandall has been called
to Chicago by the death of a relative.
Want a pair of slippers? Oo to S. A.
Pierce & Co. 'a, Broadway and Main streets.
MANTLES, 10 CENTS. BEST MANTLE!
IN TOWN FOR. THE PRICE. A.
All slses of storm doors, storm sash,
storm windows and wealner strips at Ueo.
Wo deliver lumber to your nearest sta
tion free of freight charges. C. Hater,
Men's felt lined overshoes, $1.60. Men's
Bosion pure gum overshoes, $1.60. Duncan
& Dean, 23 S. Main.
Shaduklnm temple. Dramatic Order
Knights of Khorassun, will meet Tuesday
nlgla In f'ythlan hall.
ONLY WHOLESALE FAMILY LIQUOR
8TORIC IN COUNCIL BLUFFS NO BAR
AT THE JARVIS STORE.
County Superintendent O. J. McManus
will deliver an address this evening at the
Baptist misHiun at s o ciock.
A beautiful and ornamental gas burner,
the Welsbach chick lamp, complete, ll.S.
Stephan Bros., West Broadway.
BT'T TUB BEST IS NOT TOO OOOD
FOR YOU. TRY JAHVIS FOR WINES,
BRANDY AND WHISKY.
Oood Missouri lump conl for t5 per ton,
Well screened and delivered promptly. The
Council Bluffs Coal und Ice Co. Either
HiKh grade granite work, from the best
Bane Imported granites, lettering, carving
and tracing. Fine monumental work a
specialty. Sheeley & Lune, 217 Kust Brmul
way. Genuine brass doll beds, including mat
tress and pillow, l&c, at Petersen ti Schoen
ing. Before buying a suit or overcoat It will
pay you to see E. S. Hicks. Good suits
troin l-S.OO to JJ6.U0. I 'an is, 6.00 to SlO.uu.
Everything lirst-cluss. E. ti. Hicks, Vi Pearl
D. S. Kerr has merchandise fo- exchanee.
farms for sale, all kinds of city property
for rale and on monthly payments. Houses
for rent. 6W Broadway. 'Phones 417 and
j 4U6 Red.
I Globe Wernicke elastic bookebse makes
i an ideal present; a gift of a few sections;
I is inexpensive and la the beginning tor a
I library, Whose growth U unlimited. Kel
i ler-Farnsworth Fur Co.
The case against Joe Scott, charged with
, attempting to kill his witu, was ui-sinlH?ed
j In police court yesterday morning. Airs.
Hcott failed to appear to prosecute until
! alter the police court was closed.
! i am in the market to buy U0 tons of ma.
chlnery lion, M tons stove iron, 2u tons
of rubber and 20 tons copper and hra.
A' rue fur prices befoie you sell. J. Kalel
man, boJ S. Main St. Both phones 650.
A burglar visited the residence of Wil
liam White at 1M2 Second avenue, Friday,
i Hecuring entrance through a window. As
a result of his visit lie secured ..l in cash
: and Mrs. While's gold watch and chain.
! PALL SAID, "A LITTLE OLD WINE
FOR TH V tilOMACH a tjAKE," BO SA13
Judge Deemer of the Iowa supreme
court baa accepted an invitation to aildrets
the Men s club of the First Presbyiei i.tu
chuicii at a banquet to be given Friday
1 evening, December In the church par-
Broadway, from Scott to Bryant street,
' was brilliantly illumiuati-d last night by a
' string of Incandescent lights, suuscrioeu
tor by the business men on that portion
of the street. Tueso lights will remain
until after the hulldiys.
I You want your munty's worth when you
' buy groceiies and meais; In other words,
ou want Just what )ou pay for, good
meats and groceries, buy at the Central
grocery and meat u.arket and you will get
Just what you order. Both phones No. 4.
FOR ADVICE AND JUDGMENT ON
GOOD CiGARd GO TO MALONEV, 3K
PEAUL BT. HIS X.MAS (STOCK OF
cigars is Complete, tell him
WHAT YOU WANT AND YOU'LL GKT
JUST TUB CIGAR TO SUIT THE TA8TE.
NO CHARGE WE PACK AND SHIP
TO ANY UNITED STATES ADDKEtiS
CASE JARVJS LlyL'OKS.
Petersen & Schoening have rented a va
cant store bullying in which to siore Chris
mas presents. Buy early and avoid the
W. 8. Hewetson, pictures and framing.
Will piace on tale some of the latest and
beat pictures earn day frou) now to Xmaa.
bee Ida Broadway window for the specials.
Nwte the address, Masonic Temple, Broad
way, Council Bluffs.
Come to us when you want a happy
money s worm for X'mas presents. Fine
water coloia, hlhest ait pastels. Your
friend or relative will appreciate one. We
have a stock of very tine nilrrr. Come
and See yourself buy one. Borwlck. m
Rev. Henry I)eIong performed the mar
riage ceremony yesterday for R. O. 61 ike
and Emma M. Hatch, boih of Llnioin.
Neb., and John Lane and Id F. GilUlte.
1 v v
1 '- "V J"
Everything In the lamp line, from the
finest to the cheapest. Special big
globe lamp, each .'. 75
We are also handling a very desira
ble line of Gas and Electric Porta
bles at prices less than eluewhere.
Hand Tainted China at a discount of 25 and all bargains. In Silver
and Cut Glass advertised last Thursday continued.
Service or Place Plates
We have Just opened a new line In odd plates and dozens. Start
your set this Christmas nothing handsomer for the table.
Sterling Silver txnd Plated Ware
The largest stocks and the lowest prices. Do not buy anything
in this line until you have examined our lines and prices.
Ebonv Sterlinc Silver mounted toilet articles at a discount ot
HAVE YOU SEEX OUK LARGE LIXE OF BRASS AX I) COPPER
GOODS? Just the thing for a medium priced Christmas gift. Spe
cial in this line: Brass candlesticks, 10-ln. high, 3 kinds to select
In China and Wares for Table
We are showing the largest line and most complete stock in tho
west. Special in This Line: ,
A nicely decorated Dinner Set, In pink flowers, In natural colors and
first-class porcelain ware 55.75
Over 50 open stock patterns to select from from which you can
buy one piece or a full dinner set. Why not start a set now?
Every doll at srlctl, wholesale
prices. You can buy one doll as
cheap as any dealer can buy them
by the dozen.
Nothing in a Christmas gift that
will give greater pleasure. SVe carry
the full Eastman line.
Visitors and Purchasers Equally Welcome. Store Open Every Evening
Until Xmas. P. S. Goods selected will be reserved ip to December 24th
pi rrr ra
Council Bluffs, la.
IIMHjffl. I I
pened to Becure their licenses at the same
time Rev. lJeLong made a double wedding
ceremony of It.
There Is to be a tryout debate between
the Phllomathlans und the Delta Tans, the
two literary societies of the high school,
the first Friday following the Christmas
vacation. The winners from each, and a
third to be chosen, will be expected to
meet the Kast L'es Moines school repre
sentatives In debate February 15.
Adolph Oolsteln, formerly aent for the
Miller Brewing company of Milwaukee In
this city, who left town about a week
ago and an indebtedness to tbji brewing
company of $l,LM0, bexiiles numerous other
liabilities, is reported to be in Mexico.
It is stated that after leaving Council
Hlurfs he visited relatives in Kansas City
for a few days.
Nellie Shotwell, the young woman who
fume to Council Bluffs a weak ago from
Missouri Valley, where she had bei-n work
ing for several months, alone and crit
ically 111 witli tuberculosis, died venterdiy
morning at the General hospital. When
the young woman reached here It was ob
served that she was In a precarious con-
taken to the hospital. Her father, who re
sides at Carson, la., was notified and he
is expected here today.
Harry Hansen, a tinnpr living on Wash
ington avenue, was yesterday ordered com
mitted to the State Hospital for Dipso
maniacs at Knoxville by Judge tlreen for
eighteen months. Hansen was liefore the
court last June on a dipso charge, but the
commitment was suspended pending good
behavior. Friday nltfht Hansen ended a
spree by Koing to sleep on the pnrklng on
Washington avenue and Benton street and
was found In time to save him from, being
frozen. The police gathered liiin In.
Go for you holiday wines, liquors and
cordials , to L. Rosenfeldt, 519 8. Main.
Boy Saiert Itelensed.
PAYTON. O.. Dec. If,. David Curtis, the
half-witted boy who was under examination
dltion and City Physician Rice ordered her in Justice Sciuire's court us a result of hib
own statement that he was the slayer of
Dona Oilman, was today released by the
Justice on the ground that the prosecution
l ad failed to show that he was connected
with the crime
Want a pair of rubbers? Oo to S. A.
Pierce & Co.'s, Broadway and Main streets.
a medical examiner
an Investigation was
China closets for Christmas presents at
Petersen & Schoenlng's.
Former rrlse Fighter Dead.
GREENWICH. Conn., Dec. 15. An Inves
tigation is being made Into the death of
Joseph M. Nell, a former prise llvhter,
which occurred last night in a local hotel.
Nell and a woman known here as hl wife
went to the hotel and were assigned a reo n.
About ten minutes later the woman nskel
the clerk to send for a doctor. salng that
Nell was 111. Dr. L. O. Thompson, who
was summoned, found Neil dead with a
blin k mark under his right eye. Th
woman ulso had a black eye. She made n
explanation. She said sht wanted to go to
New York to see her mother and she was
allowed to do eo. On recommendation of
Released Convict Killed.
MANSFIELD, O., Pec. IB Herbert Hol
llngsworth, recently released from the Ohio
fiemtentiary, broke Into a hardware store
lere last night, Sloln eight revolvers, held
up and robbed scvral persons on the
streets and was finally shot and killed by
Police Captain Marks. When Marks up
proached Holllngsw orth, the latter began'
tiring, to which the officer responded, Hol
lir.gsworth finally receiving a bullet in the
Now Is the time to make your wants
know n through the Bee Want Ad page.
Klcbt In Freight House.
COLl'MHl'8, O., Dec. 15. In a desperate
flehl wl h an nlleged car burglar at the
lilt? Four freight house early today Big
Four Hullroad Oftlcer Edward Dorgan was
shot In the throat and Is In a serious con
dition. The shooting was done by Isaac
Buckingham, a Baltimore A Ohio railroad
brakeman, who was captured by Doran
despite the tact that he had been wounded.
ikf 1 :
TyTZHA T would be ?nore pleasing or beneficial
to a sick friend or to an old lady or gen
tle?mn than a bottle of Hillers Fins Wine or
Whiskey as a Christmas present.
33c, 53c, 75c Per Bottle.
8)c,$U$L25p2r Full Quart
fancy Christmas Baxes SKiSM $1.25 and Upwards
Leather Covered Traveling Flasks 75c and Upwards
Wine Sets $1.00 and Upwards. Side Board Becanters, 75c and Upwards
Imported German Steins 75c and Upwards
CIGARS, ALL SIZE BOXES, 50c AND UPWARDS
If it Comes
'UT T T IT Tip W?
1309 Farnam Stroot
WE DELIVER PROMPTLY
V (C It Must bo
Green Trading Stamps
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