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   Sioux County Bee (Newspaper) - December 14, 1900, Rock Valley, Iowa                                J AND ROCK VALLEY REGISTER EOOK SIOUX FRIDAY DECEMBER 14 t t NTJMBEB 9 HOtlDAY CfcOSING The Weather has been Too Mild for Qur so we have concluded that it is Better to give our Customers the Benefit of Low Prices than to carry over goods that will be There flay Be cold weather but we are going to unload to prepare for the coming We have placed on sale everything at a REDUCTION OF FROM 20 TO 30 PER From the Regular This gives You an opportunity to buy Footwear of all description at prices never offered before So Such as Wool Boots Wool Slippers and other Winter Footwear will be sold at less than we paid for Exclusive Shoe AS A Cold Causes Increased Circulation of the Short Articles About Christmas Other persons regard the winte season as ah unfortunate visitation It is considered both uncomfortab to the body and harmful to health This is an Cold is a potent agent for and preservation of normal activity on the part of the organs of the human body It is a wise plan of Providence which gives us a change of cold comes as a tom3 to repair thejnjuries done by the enervating heat of it is true m themtftier of m mematter of it induces outdoor rids thesyfltem of poisons through cop ious perspiration and through the scorching rays of sun destroys germ Winter is the great bracer of the It stimulates activity in every When cold attacks the surface of the body the blood is set into more free circulation as a means of bodily It is through the circulation of the blood that the human anatomy is kept in a state of When the food has been di gested and converted into liquid it is taken up by the blood and carried the rounds of the system for the purpose of repairing the waste When the cold causes in greased it also brings pabout more perfect Mans face and hands illustrate how weather faproof the body becomes when ex nosed to Continued activity in lulation on the caused by fe air coming in contact with the tends to nourish and thicken the Thus mans skin grows I thicker in winter just as animals are supplied with a double coat of The savages who dwell bareheaded in the open are if known to be afflicted with bald heads with the civilian who shields his scalp from baldness is pre The if not in former days roamed our west ern practically without to ehalter their bodies be through long so in ured to the cold that but little it gave them The First A good old bishop named Teles who lived in Rome in the year J87 Jbolds the honorable record of being the first person to of ficiallv order the celebrating of Christmas He gave instruc tions to priests and his congrega tions thatthis corresponding to our should be kept as a sol emn the performanceof divine While Telesphorus occupied this unique place in the listory of the it appears that Christmas day was first observed as ar back as the year 98 but by whom and how are matters of conjee These details have been lost in he shuffle of the Origin of The custom of giving Chritmas iresents is said to have originated in During the revels of Christ mas when the booths and ba zaars were thrown wide the madcap revelers were accustomed to going from booth to purchas ing such articles as struck their and in the high carnival which followed these purchases were ex changed The op portunity thus afforded of exchang ing secret love tokens gave rise to a greater discrimination in the presents selected and is the earliest record of Christmas We Are Inwood Herald Valley mer cbants are beginning to find out what a good advertising THE BEE Huid should feel proud of the way he is being used by the busi ness men of his We are Brother and we mean to improve every opportuni ty henceforth to merit a continuance of this generous To Old and New Having purchased the interest o Will Thomas in the Peoples Meat I desire to solicit the patron age of all the old customers as well as many new I shall handle only he choicest of fresh and cured meats and shall strive to merit your trade y giving you the best and most sat sf actory S Thg Beet Christmas The best of all gifts at the present time is Make yourself in mesway more pleasant and helpful to You may have been neg lectful of them be mindful hence You may be quick in temper andliave spokan hastily put on re straint and kindly Re strain all evil habits and make your self a joy and a help to They will bless United Aunt Jerusha Low flutes to the Excursion tickets at reduced rates are now being sold by the Milwaukee Paul railway to the prominent resorts in the in cluding New El which are good for return passage at any time prior to June Information regard ing time can be ob tained on application to any coupon ticket agent of the Mil waukee Paui or Rock They Want Your Having succeeded Lickel in the implement business in this city we wish to announce that we shall carry at all times a complete stock ol all ihe leading and best makes of the different goods in our line we shall endeaver more over to merit the con tinued patronage of all the old cus tomers of this implement house and all the new by always giving you a square deal and the lowest prices Call in and see us now about the things you are going to need later whether it be new stock or SMITH It has become a popular custom with our subscribers to have THE BEE sent regularly to their relatives or friends who are not regular readers of the We will take great cara in filling these orders and will guar antee the safe delivery of the paper as as we are The Capital aa Washington Last SaiU The Worlds Work for December Washington last behold the citv which bears his shortly before his death in it was a straggling settlement in the woods almost wholly devoid of with thirty or forty of these small and an unfinished capitol and presidents Indeed Washington long re mained a sparsely unsightly city and a comfortless place of resi For more its in was less oOO a a rate of increase that would now put to shame almost any village in the lane1 and so late as 1840 De the French could write that Washington was neither a nor a nor the the but a building yard placed in a desolate spot wherein liv ing is The opening of the civil war found it a uukept The water supply came from pumps and springs there were neither stieet cars nor pavud streets no fire depart police force worthy of the name and not a sewer in the Earthen iluffs lined the river banks stables and wooden fences surrounded the white the present departments were not half and the parks and commons were given up to But all this was changed by the struggle for the which doubled the population of Washington and brought in freedom and northern en but more important by a thousand moving and glorious asso endeared the capital to the people of the came its remaking by Shepherd and his Now it is a truly im perial and the judgment of Washington and the geuiua of LEn fant have been The Good The good teacher is a person of re never stooping to froo from the vulgarities of speeob First of all tha good teacher is a student and her methods are the result of her own her1 own her own In discipline she applies coinmou sense to actual firmly but with a sympathetic Her scholarship makes her teaching incisive and In the reading lesson her power to develop thought comes from her love and appreciation of the best Her geogra phywork is helped and made in structive from an intimate knowledge of the science of common things in sea and Sutih a teacher stands for in the system of schools thau any other one The accuracy with whifch pupils measure the real power of a teacher makes us all wonder at our lank of The good teacher is one wbo skillfully instructs and success fully leads her pupils into higher no tions of manhood and The You cannot write to your friends every us send them THE McKellar Son have a nice par lor set they will sell at just half Woodmen Eleot The Modem Woodmen held their annual election of officers at their regular meeting Tuesday Those choseu are aa follows Matt Huy Delegates to the county B The Rock Valley Camp voted in favor of the Emergency Two new candidates were Notice to All parties indebted to Fouhse are requested to call aud settle by cash or note by December In creased expenses make this demand Worlds 1 tried many remedies to cure piles writes Smith of but found no relief till used Buck lens Aruica I have not been troubled with piles Its the only champion pile cure on earth and the best salve in the 25c per guaranteed bj H Pulpit In connection with the Twentiet Ceutury an exchange puipitB uas boon planned by of preach in the church next SdL day morning and the lar pastor going to Hull for the A cordial invitation to come and hewf Advertised Letters remaining unclaimed jfotli Rock Valley post office for the tfe ending Leonard Marcus When calling for the above pietfwl say r Strayed from my place two and paei half miles of perjrins steer with afew white weight 900 or lOOt about three to four weeks Suitable reward will be paid for its GUNDER Notice to Past due subscription accounts to THE BEE are going into the hands of collectors as fast as we haye time to list If you prefer to call at the office to settle please do so at For the International Live Stock Exposition to be held at Chicago December i to will sell round trip tickets at one fare plus on sale November 30 and December Return tickets good until Deceni bor Rate from JRook You can select the present you wish to give easily from Pembersim mense There are presentsfor man or boy or A Keen Clear Tour best social posi tion or business success depends large ly ou the perfect actiou of your stomach and Kings tfew Life Pllla give increased a clear nigh A 20 cent box will make you feel a new Sold by Kock If a man thinua he is wronged and tells you his dont say there is another side to the or he will think you are a m sS v We Have This Year one of the Largest Stocks9 of Holiday Goods that We Have Ever 4 Every Line is Represented in Come and See Tireless Display of Toys Our Goods Were Shoppers fo1feteste 1 In Selecting one of The Largest CompletetominuteDetail and BEST Stocks in Other Game Boards and Do Not Fail To Look Over Our Immense Display Si ff   

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