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For Men and Boys.
There isn't an article listed here that wouldn't bring pleasure to the recipient Useful presents are longest remembered and most highly valued. If you have not yet made your Overcoat purchase we wish to call your attention to the new style we are showing. Men's Suite Men's Overcoats Boys' Overcoats Duck Coats Shoes Shirts Gloves Uaderwear Bath Robes Suspenders Collars Mustache Cnps Cuff Buttons Combs Pocket Knives Boys' Suits Smoking Jackets Suit Cases Hosiery Mittens Cravats Mufflers Sweaters Hats and Caps Some Pleasing Novelties in Hand Ba^s and Purses. Consisting of the following Silk, Wool, Henrietta, Storm Serge, Che- are reaping the careful campaign for Flannels of all kinds and Residence of John Wartha John Wartha, who purchased one of the houses on the lot where the new armory is to be built, put $2,000 improvements on it. It is now lo cated at 400 No. Jefferson St, and is an 8 room cottage. It is the building that was formerly known as allB, the Dance Pavillion. Contractors, Weilandt & Stegemann, mason, Rei ser. Umbrellas Cloaks Berry Dishes Fancy Handkerchief^ from B£ Embroidery and lace trimmed in many designs. Another $1200 was expended in im provements which were made by the Brown County Agricultural Society. This expense was made necessary by the burning of the cattle sheds just after the close of the Fair in 1912. Fred Wellmaon living on Center Street just west of Washington ex pended 1200 in putting a new base ment under his dwelling house and installing a heating plant. Puhlmann and Emmerich were the contractors employed. SUITABLE SUGGESTIONS FO CHRISTMAS Special Christmas Goods prevail for Practical Presents Suitable for all Mankind. -Buy Substantial, Useful Gifts. RAILROAD-FARE PAID Remember, Railroad Fare Paid Both Ways if you purchase $25 worth-or ^oj^^X^ia*42' if within 75 miles" proVidi'ite you 'show a return, tick^f ^MJ^$%$M. For en and Misses. A few articles that would be appreciated by any of the womenfolks. *&.-*»». Fancy, Fur Sea] Hanj iFatei Glassware Collars Napkins Bed Spreads r-A\ Linen Table Cloth! Stockings A Ni} Kid Gloves Blankets' QP "iste Salad Dishes •-ets Laces Beautiful Rugs Our Line of Ready-Made I I 1 I Is The Product O The best factories in the country, employing expert tailorings artists. They are specialists and know how to make perfect form-fitting clothes for all figures. You carinot make a mistake in buying your clothes here. Dress Goods Department d*\ JL I A Warm Winter Caps Rip-Roaring Coat and Siiit Sale. The Continued Un- tme from....49c up to $i.Bo seasonable Warm Weather forces us to sacrifice our Ladies'Fancy Neckwear ™™TI .*°oXl£.: largestock of Coats and Suits ata tremendous loss to us. ***»«.i~*o- dresses waists, trimmings, linings, Cloaks value up to $19.00 now $ 3 0 0 Cloaks value up to tio 00 to 112.00 now. $ 6 9 0 etc We can eave you money on Cloaks value up to $18 00 now $ I 2 0 0 Cloaks value up to $5.00 to $6.00 now $ 3 0 0 SnaDDV O Voiles'Podline, Prunells, Panama, a S it S 6 0 0 a Picture For Youug Men $ 5 to $ 2 5 0 0 Melrose, Ciciline and a great many al6 $180o, 819 00, *20 00 at $ O.OO Worth #3.00 at. 9 8 prices from 3 3 up grades, Ladie FlU* Coats Sto» will be open every evening from the ,, shrunk Doable beaver shawls Value 146.00, $50 00 at. $ 3 2 0 0 15th December on. worth II ?5 at $ 1 1 9 The old school house, where so many generations of children have made their start at education, has been removed by Bernhard Klincler, to a location just south of the Fair Grounds on the east side of Broad- CRONE BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE Eggs and Butter taken In trade at Highest Market Prices, V»i»ts ombs Towels Hand Bag Center Pieces Fancy Dishes .ains Fascinators Finell«eS%ucTs»^d^amaisk: Decora^? '.,, Extraordinary value.., way. He has fitted it up into a 10 room dwelling place and will paint it gray when complete. He is spend ing $1,000 on the remodelling, and will have a very comfortable home when he has it finished! Contractor, Kai ser mason work not yet done. John A. Dietz who moved in from Cottonwood two weeks ago, bought a house from John Gronau on So. Franklin, between 3rd and 4th. Since the purchase he has put $1,000 into raising the house and finishing: it. There are now four rooms and bath down stairs and the same number with closets upstairs. The finish is yellow pine, grained. The floors are of hard wood. Mr. Gronau and Mr. Dietz did the work. Gulden & Hip pert installed the plumbing. *iftfe: JUJUHI Pel J"P?-'?• 1 Look up the big value we fc A dandies, Friiiti and Nuts. candy per lb. ... Stick candy per ft***™ Cream candy per ft!..... Chocolate drops per •., Lemon dropper •),.... Jelly beans oefft^.** Peanut candy per" Coeoanut boo-ri Walnuts per ft* Almon* •Mg./ FiJbf suit Residence of John A. Diet/: Bastian, Marti & Brandl whose firm has been in business here for nearly a dozen years, five years under the present firm name, found tbey needed tment, •%$$*& •$T Mixed nuts perH... .18 A 20c'' Phltipptne ntits per tb....l6c Shelled Walnuto per ft...50o Shelled Almonds per ft.. .«0c Oraocestwr dot... .26 & 40c Raisins per package 12Jo Currents per package 15c Cranberries per qt 10e Lemon and orange peel.. .20e Figs per ft .lOey^ Citron peel per ft........ .*x* Seedless raisins....12* & 15o Shredded oocoaaut per ft 25c:/ Our Ribbon Counter A Rainbow of Colors A Bower of Textile 'Loveliness. Nos 28 to 80 at... O Nos 80 to 100, fancy, at..... 7 offer at 5 0 lions 1 2 Ladies' Kid Gloves & Men's Mocha uloves Pair.. ......$ .00- Only more space for their ever-grcwing business and purchased the Hornburg Building directly across 2nd North Street from the Schell Building which tbey had occupied for a number of years. The change was made during tbe early part of the year and they moved in April. The Hornburg place had been occupied by the New Restau rant for several months prior to this and simply disappeared when the dry goods firm bought the place. A smal ler restaurantwas set rpby Ed. Berndt in the old Toberer building and is still there.