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Our Conl is the best cool weather comfort
that you will be able to find in town. These
chilly fall winds will soon turn into winter
and you will need the comfort that our coal
will give you. Better order early to avoid
disappointment!? when an extra
chilly day comes.
; J. V. Egenberger
Accepts State's Oder of Seventy
TWENTY THOUSAND LESS
Owner of Land and Buildings Fl
4 nally Comes to Terms.
WAYNE, Doc. 8. The normul
Iioard (it thin place notifutd the state
hoard yesterday that their offer of
$70,000 for the grounds ami IxiiNliiis
of tlie school here would he accepted.
The legislature ni)propriated $!K),00()
for the purclme of the Kchool, hut
the hoard did not consider it worth
that nueh money and an offer wan made
of $70,000 iw ahove which after con
siderable hesilat ion, IVT r.s. I'ylo ac
cepted. She has lieen notificd'to con
tinue the school until such time an the
tato shall lo.tke some provision for
IN THE HOLE
Prospects of Lack of Funds Faces
Nearly All Places.
OVER THE PROSPECT
State Has Not Faced Like Condi
tion In Many Years.
Troze Ills Feet.
James Anderson, 30 years of hrc
had no experience Sunday that he
will never forget. Me was riding
the blind baggage when discover
ed and put off at Culloin. He
walk d to Ori'!polis, where he was
picked up by the train and brought
to this city and taken to the Per
kins hotel. His feet were reported
to be a solid chunk of ice. Dr. J,
15. Martin nuccceded in thawing
them out and bandaging them up.
County Commissioner M. L. I'ried
rieh purchased a ticket for him to
MM. bonis, where his parents reside.
l!ev. ('. Sahlstrom and daughter
Miss l.illie have been holding mission
meetings in this city for a couple of
lays. They also attended the large
Svedish mcitiugs in Louisville be
fore coming here. They departed
Wednesday morning for t heir home in
Team of good horses, weight 2,000.
Price, $-100. 0.1 4x D. M. (i raves.
Dr. T. 1 Livingston, O.wity At
torney Will I'.amsey, James l.chal,
County Treasurer Frank E. Sehlater
and J. W. I.nrkin were passengers to
Oinuha Monday morning.
Mrs. John Albert and daughter,
Miss Mary, visitid their daughter and
sister, Mrs. AiigHst-Kngclketneier, in
the hospital in Omaha Wednesday
Mrs. Charles Hipp who has been
visiting at the home of Mr. Dill, de
parted Wednesday for her home in
LINCOLN, Dec. 0.IIow the va
rious Htatc institutions will be able to
get through the next eighteen months
without serious deficiencies is a prob
lem that is now worrying the gover
nor. The first semi-annual reports of
the heads of the institutions, filed
since the new appropriation became
available, shows that in practically
all of the institutions the cYncndi-
tures are away beyond the amount
that had been set aside for their main
tenance for that period of the time.
The deficiency so far has occurred in
the summer months, so when the coal
bills arc paid and the added expense
of taking care of the institutions
through two winters is considered,
the deficiency is liable to be large.
i- K. Parmele bought a very fine
span of mules in Ccrcsco, paying Silo
for them. They are beauties and quite
St? Mary's guild will hold a
Christmas Kensington at the home
of Mrs. James Donnelly on the
afternoon of Thursday, Dec. 1).
Place Phchus spent Sunday in
this city with relatives, returning
Monday morning to Omaha, where
he is attending college.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Truelson of
Omaha spent Sunday in the city
with Mrs. Truelsen's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Murray.
Mrs. J. W. (iambic departed
Monday morning for Syracuse, be
ing a delegate to the meeting of
the Eastern Star.
A. O. Moore, formerly an operator
here for the P.urlington but now of
Omaha, spent Sunday with the home
Itoadmaster Emerson and Master
Carpenter Iledengrcn of the Hurling
ton were in the citv Monday.
It. J. Tate, a real estate man from
Omaha was in the citv Monday.
day for Peru.
H. J. Nixon of Aurora, 111., R. L.
Caylord, Aurora undZ. W. Ketehem
Burlington officials were in the city
OF THE HOUR
This question is most easily answered at the
Variety Store. Our counters are filled with
many useful as well as ornamental articles that
will appeal to any one. For the children, toys
of all descriptions. Prices are not only right
but Mow the average for the nunc quality of
merchandise, (let our prices before making
your purchases and you'll eavc money. Do your
Xma.s shopping now and do it at ' the Variety
The Variety Store
IMatturnouth, Neb., 3rd Door Last of Uank of Cass County,
Ebony Hair Brushes
Cigars in small boxes
Regular Razors and Strops
Weyrfch & Hadraba
THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the county clerk of Cass county on or
before noon January, 1 1910, for fur
nishing the. following Hooks, Blanks
and Stationery for said county during
CLASS A -HOOKS.
1-8 quire med. Commissioners' rec
ord (printed head).
.'1-N quire med. Deed Record (printed
Mi quire med. Index to Delin
quent 1 Lands (printed head .
1-S quire med. Deed Record (print
ed head .
2-8 quire med. Mortgage Records
(printed page .
1-8 quire med. Miscellaneous Deed
Record (printed head .
-2-8 quire med. Mortgage Records
1-8 quire med. Appearance Docket
(printed head . '
1-fi quire med. Court Calendar
(printed head .
1-4 (piire med. Pee Hook (printed
1-8 quire med. Probate Pee Rook
(printed page .
Canvas Covers, each.
1-8 quire med. Court Journal (prin-j
ed page .
Patent Pack, per quirt.
1-8 quire med. Trial Docket (printed
Index, per book.
All records to he extra bound of
No. 1 Linen Ledger paper, Byron
Weston's Ledger paper or Whiting
Ledger paper. ,
CLASS R STATIONERY.
Rubber bands No. 11, per gross.
Penholders No. 327f, per dozen.
Writing Fluid 1 due-Mack (Dia
mond brand), per quart.
('illott's No. (ilW Pens, per gross.
Eraser's No. 1085 E. Falters, per
Rubber Hands No. 03, per gross.
Esterbrook's No. (MS Pens, per
Congress Tie Envelopes No. 10 1-1"
thick, per 100.
Erasers No. 1080, E. Paber's, per
Red Writing Fluid (Diamond brand
Estebrook's No. 7!) Pens, per gross.
Congress Tie Envelopes No. 10 1-2"
thick, per 100.
Congress Tie Envelopes No. 10,
2" thick, per 100.
Mucilage, Carter's Arabian, per
Congress Tie Envelopes No. 10
1" thick, per 100.
Denison's Notarial Seals No 21, per
Congress Tie Envelopes No. 10-3-1"
Pencils No. 704, Tiger Copying,
Penholders No. Crown, per dozen.
RuU er Hands, assorted 1-A, per
(iillott's No. fiOl Pens' per gross.
Congress Tie. Envelopes No. 10,
1-2" thick, per 100.
Pencils No "W, Eberhard Pabc
Clove Reversible Envelopes No.
j 10, per 100.
. Ink Wells, Safety No. I, per dozen.
Steel erasers, Joseph Rogers No.
114.1 A, per dozen.
Ink Stands, Safety No. 3, per dozen.
Rubber Hands, assorted No. 100,
i Red Writing Fluid (Diamond brand)
i Separate bids must be made on
each class of supplies in the estimate.
The Commissioners reserve the right
to reject any and all bids.
Hids will be addressed to the county
clerk and marked proposal for Hooks,
Blanks and Stationery.
Bidders must file good and suffi
cient bond for the faithful performance
of their contract.
Hids will be opened the first meet
ing in January. l
W. E. ROSENCRANS,
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received by the
county clerk at his ollice in the court
house at Plattsn.outh, Neb., up to3
o'clock p. m. Monday, December 0,
1909, for the construction of wood and
steel bridges for Cass county, Nebras
ka, for the year 1910.
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified cheek for So00.
Plans and specifications now on file
at the office of the county clerk, at
Hids will be opened December 7,
County commissioners reserve
right to reject any and all bids.
W. E. Rosencrans,
Plattiinouth, Neb., November
Don't forget to b-ing us your ts,
we pay the highest market price and
besides we are giving two prizes to
the farmer bringing us the most eggs
betweeu now and Xmas. The first
prize gets the choice between the, two
water sets worth at least 82.00 eac h
J. II ATT & SON.
Charged With Insanity.
Complaint was filed yesterday in
the office of the clerk of the district
court neainst John O'Rourke of Cedar
Creek, charging him with insanity.
Sheriff Quinton went after O'Rourke
but found him too ill to be brought to
the county seat for examination.
Today, however, O'Roarke is rational
and expressed a wish to be sent to
his home near Gretna.
The Mcsdames Luke Wiles, William
Raird and;, Luther Moore visited the
corn show iu Omaha Monday.
Fred W. Hunt and Miss Lena Kim
mel of Council RlufTs were united in
marriage in this city Monday by
Judge Archer. They were accompa
nied by the mother of the bride, Mrs.
E. W. Kimmel. They returned to
their home in the afternoon.
Killed Large Wolf.
Jesse Hlunt caught a very large
wolf in a steel trap south of the city.
The animal was large enough to whip
any ordinary dog.
Yesterday was Miss Svea John
son's 17th birthday and last night an
army of her friends gathered at her
home and gave her a genuine surprise.
They didn't think of going home until
midnight so well were they enjoying
themselves with games and music,
and dainty refreshments. The young
lady received many beautiful presents
and what was better the good wishes
of all her friends.
Heard From Wile.
Carl Antone was in the city today
for the first time since his children
were taken away from their mother
ami given to the Nebraska Chil
dren's Home society last summer. He
said he had heard from his wife since
since she went to Denver.
REAL ESTATE. Town residence from $130 to $3,000. Don't
nay r-nt any longer. You can own your o-vn dwelling cheaper.
Le fhow you some good chancer to acquire farms in Ne
braska. South and North Dakota, Missouri or Texas. FIRE
INSURANCE written in six of the best companies.
SURETY BO DS. Get your bonds from the American Surety Co.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE The risk of personal injury is 40
times as great as that of losing your property by fire. Secure
a policy of the London Gurantee and Accident Company and
be sure of an income whil vou are onable to work.
INDEPENDENT PHONE 454.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS I
BUY THEM EARLY
Y and avoid disappointment. We will be pleased to
1 H T T fVlAWl nilrniT -f-kM fft sir list. au IaJ.au
lay uicm away lui uu ue CdllCU 1UI later.
We have new novelties in NICE, BUT IN
EXPENSIVE GOODS. We have choice and cost
ly gifts. But in all grades and at all prices
The Nicest and Most Appropriate
GIFTS fcr the Little or Big, Old
I 1 A i
ran cr Lo,
Headquarters fcr Holiday Goods
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A "aV- -A- ta- "AT ta"aTVTaTTaTT.TT.T
mil- iV H .. heXr ft a ft a IV
UHUF H Bui Kma I
"af a. .fm I
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Culf Links .
Cut Glass. .
SI. 00 to $50.00
...75c to $200 00
. .540 to SI 5 00
ti.li;d i0c up Gold
SI. 00 up
.SI. 00 to S15.00
S3 OO to $10 OO
Clocks 75c to $15.00
Fountain .'ens.. $1.00 to$8.00
Bracelets $1.00 to SI0 OO
Brooches... .51.00 to $25. OO
Souvenir Spoons.. 50c to $1.50
Lockets SI. 00 to S10.00
Hair Tins 50c to S2 00
Please call and examine our stock. We have
taken special care in selecting our Holiday Goods.
T. W. C UA.13IT.jTj
C K. & Q. WATCH IXSIl-;CTOR.
-t'iii i 'i 1 1 iHWiTHMiimrnri
I Toilet Waters
(American and Im
ported) Smelling Salts
Xmas Tags and
Of Exquisite Odor anl Quality, I'iinij('hristm:.s
Boxes make the most suitable and appreciative
In people of refinement and pood taste.
Our xmas Boxes of Stationery In Latest Styles
and Best Quality at the
F. G. FRICKE1& CO., Druggists.
Expert Till Mixers.
Hash Rag Cases ,
1 f ill A -
All K octal Diseases cured wiihuut a surgica )Dv
operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other pen
eral aneasthetic used. CURIi GUARANTEED H'
IaU.I a r T l.' if Tnr? Bf
riui.i.mi.ira-ii.iiii, EXAMINATION PREB,
WRITE POR HOOK ON PILES AND RECTAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS
PR. I. W. TARRY, 224 B Bulldlnr. Omaha, Nebraska