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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1917.
Special Bargains for Xmas Gills
THi
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Opposite Post Office
Ottawa,
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XMAS 3iJGGES HONS
Big line of reliable up-to-date shoes, clothe: and furnir.hnnjs at
special reduced prices, all pr-c'.io.il. useful cj.fts. that arid comfort,
pleasure and usefulness to any member cf cir Xmas lift. Below
are only a few. Do your trading enrly and get the bet selection.
Extra expert sa!;spcoplc insure yen fr.i ;-trvice and satisfying
selections.
Mufflers
Silk lined, reversible tosseled
ends in plain and fancy patterns,
full lengths, real classy and clev
er and practical gifts from
89c to $3.00
Beautiful Line of
Mens Neckwear
Just arrived from New York,
latest and classiest in evet'y de
tail, all genuine silks, handsome
patterns at
95c
Our Special Value
Line of Neckwear
$1.00 values elsewhere, silk
and latest patterns at
50c
President Suspenders in
boxes, all oatterns and colors at
50c
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Special Bargains in Shoes for Xmas Come
In and See
Big line of ladies' Felt Slip
pers, all colors and beautiful .
trimmings
$1.60 to $1.95
Ladies' House Slippers; leath
er, Juliets and 1 strap, rubber
heel, handsome gift.
Mens House Slippers, tan and
black Romeo, $2.50 values at
$1.95
Bargain in Dress Shoes
$2.95 to $7.00
Useful Christmas Presents
We desire to call your attention to the assortment of quality goods
6hown which make ideal and useful gifts:
For ladies Gift box of stationery, fancy bov.ed perfumes, toilet
waters, ivory manicure and toilet sets, trays, hair receivers, powder
boxes, combs, mirrors, hair brushes in ivory, ebony and Ideal.
For men Fine razors, fountain peni, hair brushes, pur&es a.nd
biil books, shaving mugs, and brushes, strops, etc. Don't forget his
Chri.itmas cigars.
Engraved Chri.-tmr-E and New Year's' Cards ,-nd Booklets, Tags
and Se.ils.
Prices, 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c
Others will ask you Double for like quality
Be sure and see these
Morses Milk Chocolates
CARL F. MICK
DRUG STORE
So. Court House
129 W. Main St.
Give Pictures
A GIFT THAT WILL BE RE
MEMBERED MORE
THAN A DAY
Wo have a very lai'Ki' llni' el'
brmititul picturi'M, Iraiiicil ami
luH'raine:!, hii-luiliiiK many i'.
ciuinit'? huiiil-ialnliii(,'s. Tho
jirircH arc unusually nioilrraU',
CO we ui'Ki' you In limKc nil
early st'li-etiun. I'p to-ilatu
stoc!; bathroom iiiIitoim.
ART GIFTS
Cunilli' Htlrl;i, In very new
anil uniiHiml dcslnn.-i, charming
Hi. vies in oliM'tric Miami laniis.
all sizes and styles of photo
franii's, incitiilini; every new
aii'l cxclu-iivp ill e:i . 1,111'e as
Korinient car l-t. nr-al ami oilier
clever tlOVell ien.
PICTURE FRAMING
AW do all lilii'lR of iieiuri'
frumliiR in your nnlnr. Work
wanted lor Clirl inaM, ihonli!
to bronchi in thin next week.
William Metzlcr
224 W. Madison St.
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Jewelry Furnishings
A big line of cuff links, gild
and gold plated, latest designs
25c to $2.00
Also nice line of tie pins and
clasp.,, make nice gifts for X
23c to $1.50
A big line of sweaters and
ierseys from
$1.25 io $3.50
Suit Ca:c r.;i(i Sscj Sr-L'Is
This makes a useful, lifetime
Xmas gift, always handy. 10 ,
off rejular prices on all suit
cases and trunks.
wiTnniiwMw
Ottawa, Illinois
Mo Owners
Fill Your Radiator With
Before You Freeze up
One Filling Lasts All Winter
For Sale at
Dolder's Garage
And
M. 1. Adams & Son b
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t'hrNtiniis liolils a uniiiii j,la n
a "ailv ee!i-l ration, 'i'lie i.li-i'i'N a me
"f oilier lioliitas has rhaimi d. Imt
t'lirisitnas h-i-i jii-lili il none of its 01 i
ilinal Mo-reihn's-i. Ii is now, a al lirt,
essentially a religious day. in ivality
Voids a Soll of fraternity people
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. mori' itullllKeiit. inoiv human. It i:
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inali.c and ill-w iil - iliiTi-d'm . s 1k
twri'ii n!u' ale I alio; lu-r ai i- tm ot tea.
1't Year I'.v year t'luisimas de itali.'.es
scllihues. and eotiseipienl ly the day
is a powerful laeiur ,,r uoml, dreat
eliaraelers su p from the spiritualized
at moNpheiv ; lua.ietie deeds ,,' i haritv
leave llii'ir M.'-sini; ami example ev
er where. Vllletiile is ii.M merely a
period ul' l;;;'! he-towal or snlel, a time
of tiiii.:hU'ulness. is siliitieanee is
more p;. .fouml. I'Veliiii,' is immersed
in kindness. Conduct is adapted to
what is hi-lm-,1 and he.-i.
The lifst plain Christmas, of which
that of todaj is a siiMiiue is-aie, di;jiii
lied sacrilice. The 1 I r.onU sa;, s:
"And there were shepherds wateliim;,
Mid keeping tile iii .-lit watches over
their (locks." A manifestation of per- .
oiial saeriliee. Tho-.,' ho would he1
rich imt-t z'wr. The uii't need not U
monetary. ;i ii.u is w ithout limita
tion if it silver, ai 10 others a i;lad
sou;:; if a luilliotiaire in experience.
Kive freely of niUiee; if a lal.le of
plenty, share the repa; with tho-e
who an- not oidv physically hungry,
I'llt thirsty for svuipaihy; if initt
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of hiuxliter, of service, of elieotirn
inetir. lie eotisti u. live, l ollowers of
this iloetriue ilruv, from the se;
rich return in happiness.
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Don't Really Mean It.
"Wishing your friends atal noitrh-
h-ifs :i 'Merry t 'hri-i :11a .' is ;t p
inu' etistom."
"True, Imt I lia e ( ens, ieiiiioiis seni-
p!os ii-ainst doiu- so." unsweretl the
thoughtful num.
"What do yiei tne::ti?"
'i fetir a zreat ntaay people say
'Merry Chiv-lmas ; jn r.wv-U the saiiie
sriil-it that they ;i ihev In ou do?'
They don't 1 are a hati;: how you do."
Exchange.
L.M'A VOV-.I VX! s.
Net Conterifs 1 Fluid Prnrltra
ALCOHOL-OriiHlEN'
AVcC'clabk'lVopafiitionCirAs-similiiliiiiitlicroodhyR.u!n-lin4
thfSiomachs and Cwclsrf
Thereby Promoting OiijcsUon ,
Cheerfulness and Kesl.wnwn
neither Opium, Morphine nor
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b iirtn Std
frbitrrfirrn filter I
A helpful Kcrnedv for
Conslipalionand UiarrUoea
and Fcvcrishness atul
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A Christmas Greeting
by Telegraph
carries with it a feeling of f potHr.neous warmth and a
sense of personal nearness which no other form of
communication conveys.
A 50-wcrd Night Letter affords ample scope for the
fullest expression.
The boys in camp, particularly, will welcome a
Christmas telegram,
WESTERN WlOit
T?lt':uimf -V.i Letters Msht'Ltttm
Citile:ram Monev InmsfcrrtJ by V.'irt
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
lvorv Ci!,i"r:1 Bn,ls -
m .-.-r n... eirphant i.vo
l l.el ll.lalilfi! to ll:e lllilkitlK
'f l''i:i."r.I hull... 'I!,,. tu-k of ll . f
'utile is imt mi -liviii :lti tin t of tlll
mule. Viul the fiui.. ncrvf iisn-sife'e is not
h elenrly st'eij.
Bright Eyes
ir.iiiv.ale buoyant health. When
itic t'.vcs arc d;ill, livcr and bow
els r.'jcd regulating. Quickly
rt store healthy conditions with
r a dose or two in time of
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Lartrit Sole of Any Medicine w the Worl4. (
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HI TO ANY SHADE
Don't Stay Gray! Here's an
Old-time Recipe that Any
body can Apply.
The use of Sage and Sulphur for re
Htoring faded, pray hair to ltd natural
color dates back to grandmother's
time. Kite used it to keep her hair
beautifully dark, glossy and attrac
tive. Whenever her hair took on that
dull, faded or streaked appearanre.
this simple ndxture was applied with
wonderful effect. v
But brewlne nt home U massy and
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"iH-.'i-uaic. iuw.wiLjo, uj noniio ui
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.toy ui uk mot uir u uiiiLir ui wyein 11
S.airtt il ml Sulnlnir Pomnniind " vnn
will cet this famous old preparation.
improved by the addition of other in
gredients, winch can be depended up
on to restore natural color and beauty
to the hair.
A well-known downtown driiirclst
"V lt darkens the hnir so naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell It has
been applied. You simply dampen a
sponpe or soft brush with lt and draw
this through your hair, taklnc one
tnn& at a time. By morning the
pray hair disappears, and after an
other appllratlon or two, it becomes
beautifully dark and plosny.
Wyeth's Suko and Sulphur Com
pound is a delightful toilet requllto
for those who desire a more youthful
appearance. It is not Intended for
the cure, mitigation or prevention of
disease.
Tcr Infants and Children.
Mothsrs Know Thai
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Bears the
Signature
of
1 DARKENS
Always .
z je.r
vJ' For Over
Thirty h a rs
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