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Second Call forBargains in Wooltex Suits and Coals al Fanger's Department Store. Be
Careful that you don't put off buying too long.
jf$ Your Price is Our Price.
The Goods Must be Sold. Q
Let us suggest'some Christinas gifts that will ! most ac
ceptable to anv member of the family.
lilack Cloth Top Put Vamp Hutton Shoe JO)
(iay Cloth Top C!un Metal Vamp Hutton Shoe SO)
Pat Ankle Strap Pumps 2..j()
Fur Trmined Felt Juliets in colors : 1.00 to $1. 7.1
Fell Sli-.pcrs '.. to $1.01)
Ralston Health Shoes HUO
Leather House Slippers in colors 75c to $2.2")
Children Shoes according to size,
.7oe Polishing Outfits. . .
50c Wool Soles.
tide to 1.25
,50c to S2.50
.45c to SLIM)
.75c to $1.00
. SI. 00
FETZER'S SHOE STORE
THIS LOOKS QUEER
BUT IT ISN'T.
These Things Sometimes Happen
In the Wild and Wooley West.
They are here now and have been shipped fa
us on Consignment only and must
be sold before January 1st.
$200 WorlhofSmaliRugs $200
These Rugs represent a choice selection and
we guarantee to save? you at least 40
per cent'orfyour money. They
will range in prices .
Fromi$U0 to $7.00.
Toys For The Kids!
Ve have a let of very desirable JToysJcft
over fn'Tt last year which we r.re selling at
cost. Cuil and sce then.
We huvc had a slight suspicion that
our old time friend, V. 1). Mcsscr-'
smith, was in some way connected
with Joel I'huiuller Harris, who a short
time ago passed away, with the love!
and respect of all the children in the
land, and who wrote and communed
with the animal kingdom. "Posey"
told us this morning that at late hour
last night, between twelve and one
o'clock, he heard some one knocking
at his kitchen door, and that he got
up to ascertain what was the cause of
the disturbance, when upon opening
tha door lie in popped two arllits,
and asked Mr. Messersmith if they
might warm themselves, having gotten
j permission, they hopped upon some
i chairs which stood ly the kitchen stove
and proceeded to toast there shins in
I the most approved manner of the rab
iliit race. Having sufficiently thawed
I themselves out tliay kindly thanked
j "Posey" and departed, with a promise
to return again when the welcome hand
I may he extended by the genial host,
i Mr Messers Smith says that thcrab
! bits came to (he home of .1. C. Lind
j erman, who lives next door, and ranged
thamselvcs in a row of half dozen at
a time and knock for admission, but
John will not let them in as he fears
! if he once did that they would over
: run his place and there would be no
! living with thatn. This is only hcre
jsay, but conies from a man we can not
; help but believe.
Now Living In Nehawka.
John P. Kulmcy came up last evc
' ning from Nehawka and visited with
ihis brother Harry over night and dc
' parted this murjiiii;', for Omaha where
i lie is looking after some business
niatters today and visiting the Corn
;Show. Mr. Kuhney who went to
.Oklahoma some lim.t since, has now
: located at Nehawka, where he is en
i gaged in the barber business. John
! . . i i i i .
is a hrst cla.'.s workman in ms urn
Batfest Business Busily Buzzing
By the Base Burner By the
Base Ball Bugs.
There is an agitation for reform in
baseball. 'It is claimed that the feet
foremost slide causes many players to
be spiked and often severely injured.
Umpire Hilly Kvans, speaking of
this feature points out the case; of
Cobb. Cobb has injured many with
his fade away slide, one foot on the
bag and the other in the uir. Vet
Hobby Wallace of the St. Louis
Hrowns hardly ever failed to catch
Cobb stealing. He knew how to
touch the great player's leg so that
he'd miss the bag a foot. Kliinitmte
the few danger spots in baseball today
and the public would quit paying to
see the game.
"Habe" Adams, the former A. A.
star, vho pitched the pirates to vic
tory in the world's championship
series, will receive $f,()(K) for his work
with the Clarke aggregation next
year. Adams only made SI, SOU with
Pittsburg last season.
Many important trades will prob
ably me hade at the National League
meeting in New Vork. Frank Chance
Chance is after Sherwood Magce and
Pitcher McQuillan for his Cub team
in 1010. Philadelphia wants Kling,
Zimmerman and a couple of pitchers.
Following an; the different cities
where the bug league teams will train
Anu'iicin League Cleveland, Al
exandria, La.; Detroit, DSati Antonio,
Tex.; Washington, Norfolk, Ya.; St.
Louis, Houston, Tex.; Host on, Hot
'Springs, Ark.; Philadelphia, Atlanta,
(la.; New York, Athens, (!.; Chica
; go, I os Angeles and San Francisco.
National League- Chicago, New
purchased First Husnnan Stem of the
Boston Nationals to take the place of
Hunter who goes to the KnnsasCity
club uext vear.
Has Sprained Ankle.
(leorge M. Hruhl, conductor on the
Burlington between this place and
Lincoln, sprained one of his ankles
a few days ago ami has since been
laying off on that account. (Vorgc
was n passenger to Omaha this morn
ing where he is looking after some bus
iness matters today.
Taking Treatment at Omaha.
Mrs. Fd McMacken of Sheridan,
Wyoming, who has been visiting in
the city for some days past, the guest
at the home of her father, H. C. Mc
Macken, accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Spencer J. P;.!Mcr, of Keystone,
S. 1)., departed this morning for
Omaha where Mrs. Palmer is taking
treatment for her hearing which is
very bad. They will go to their home
after having visited friends and re
ceived the treatment of the specialist,
L)r. Gilford of Omaha.
EXILED RUSSIAN VIOLINST
AT THE PARMELE.
Plattsmouth Peaople wllljjhave
Chance to Enoy a Trer.t.
The star feature appearing At the
Parmele theater the next three nights
commencing this week, is the cele
brated Russian violinist, Norhet Sinai.
He is recognized as one of the finest
violinists on the state, and much of
the expression "of his playing may be
ascribed to the sentiment underlying
all his concert work us well as to his
naturally artistic temperament and
training, an Siani is playing that he
may regain the liberty of his sweet
heart in Russia, held u prisoner of the
FAt HIS BUSINESS
Soennlchsen, the Grocer, Making
II. M. Sncuuichscn, the grocer, is
making preparations for the installa
tion of an elevator in his place of bus
iness which will enable him to use the
rooms over the store for the purpose
of stoiing goods which have now to
be placed at the store room on lower
Main street. By the installation
of this elevator Mr. Soeunichscn will
have equipped himself for the taking
care of his large number of well satis
fied customers. We are pleased to see
him making these improvements and
trust that he will continue to prosper.
Bread Supplies to go Higher.
J. 11. Suell of Ashland, the miller
Economy Auto a Clipper.
Last evening I). O. Dwyer and J. K.
Douglas removed from the Missouri
Pacific freight house the new Econ
omy automobile which Mr. Dwyer
had recently purchased, and which on
account of the weather he has per-
itted to remain at the station until
now. The uuto was brought down
town under its own power, through
he snow and over the rough roads
and went like u bird, so much so that
Judge Douglas with dilliculty could
retain his seat, not being used to so
fast a pace. He remembered, too, that
it is the pace that kills, and wanted
the proprietor to allow the machine
to take a more leisurely wasy of trav
eling, but they were st t for a clipping of that place, was a business visitor
rate of speed and so they went. Hut I in the city this morning looking af
"all is well that ends well," ami no ter business interests of the Ashland
one was harmed.
Fell Through Trap Door.
Yesterday morning while engaged
in the household wock at her home
Ion Lincoln avenue, Mrs. Herman
Orleans; Pittsburg, Hot Springs, Ark.; 1 1'iehls stepped upon a trap door lead-
to tlie cellar which gave way,
ith the result of
Hock, Ark.; Brooklyn, Cloiimb ia.S. I bruising her up pretty iiadly, and the
( shock being so great that she has been
confined to her bed since. In thus
Charles O'Leary, utility player with ! iK through the door into the cellar
the Detroit American League base-jits Mic did, it is very fortunate
ball club, today signed a contract ! that no bones were brok and that
for next vear. the injuries are of no worse .a char
acter than what they re.
WILLIAM DAIILKN: "I began Mrs. Fields is resting as well as the
luv big league experience under Pop j nature of her injuries will permit,
Anson in Chicago and I am afraid '""d it is hoped that she will soon be
that I was a sore trial to the veteran, ! id 'le to be aroiinf again.
who was then passing lieyond his
playing form. You see I was
i nice line of pictures and picture frames
at this flcre. Don t ycu
can be" found
Strait fc StreigM
The Fu.niture Men.
PLATTSfJOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
: : :
,s a ms. c .,:..s v.o.Mnao , . ms -, il,ila.l.-ll.in. Southern Pines, N. (.'.; '"g in to the cellar
and is we ! hied a. Nehawka ! x,.w Vork Mari Tl. :in(.jlmillii precipitating the u.i
as everywhere he has worked and lived. . Apk . ,jitl,Jillto cellar, wi
and those which ccpjal him are not
numerous. We wish him an abundance
of prossperity in his new home at
An Assortment ol Saws.
1 saw F.sau kissing Kate, and
I Kate saw I saw F.sau. I saw Ksau,
he saw me, and she saw 1 saw he saw.
; She saw 1 saw he saw me, and he saw
' she saw I saw. I saw I saw she saw I
;nv I'.siui saw. ami Ksau saw I saw. ! vvl"'
! Xln. wiu- I siivv F.sau saw. and Fsull saw besp
' I saw she saw. I saw Ksau saw I saw, f"r,,v('r I,:,.vi,l l"';l,ll;s- ,n(, r"'U
.,,,,1 I sw she saw I saw Ksmi saw I ' i".V '"'l' 11 ''''WW''
saw, and 1 saw she saw lsaw Fsau.
1 saw Ks;mi saw I s'iv he saw. and
saw Ksatl saw I saw she saw I saw.
I saw F.-ail kissinn Kale, :i 1 1 K;il
mills, and in a eonv i-ation with a
representative if this paper s.'id that
there had not nbeeii a load of shelled
corn in that city on the market from
this years crop, and that lie had had
but eight hii.Miels to giind oi' it. Mr.
Sncll looks for much higln r prices of
both wheat, and coi n uul as a sequence
Visits Daughter in Hospital.
John Albert and wife were visitors
in Omaha this morning, where thiy
m ill visit with their daughter, Mrs.
Lizzie Knghkenieier, who is taking
treatment at the Immanucl hospital
where she underwent an operation
for appendicitis cunc days since,
and is reported as imtkiiiK very satis
factory progress. Th's fact will be
good news to the many friends of both
Mr. and Mrs. Albeit and their daugh-er.
Will Hciflrs lec Ilanest.
siis I saw Ksau.
Die, I he fact is wi
I saw Fsau. I
a!! t hive sa w.
merely for the purpose of worrying
j t the oil i leanager nv niaKiug him itiiiiK
i I had ii.issed the train. Alison is an
iiiveiri'.ilc gambler. A line wing shot
,, and belter than the a vi rage biiliard
v i ' l", he was cent inirilly overmaicli-
iie.' hiiiisi If and ;ri iii' away handieap.
: 1 ei'.-r hilll Iiioim'V . When I he t i ; f
'Macken slated this
ice on I lie Missouri
Col. II. C.
morning that 1 1
river had attained a thickness of ten
inches and t'.'il tin v wot. hi immediate
Visits Iowa antl Mfo'ouri.
This tin ! iiing II ' 'i.v So- ek. wlc
lias !ie-n :: ;. I'd in t his otliei
I't't'ti'd lor ( r ' -ion, i.e.
Iv begin their
ic:: Cutlery Trem Air Ship.
A -: i ): ly rii'U' d am! no to date
air .-hio i-: imv. '': ei iiii, i,m at 1 ho
popular aod well eijiiiji.n l l.al.!".a'e
eiroairiil'ii of ,b hn ll.ttier. 'i he air
i. e was lir.-M t t -1 t ! I
ii::'!e of sport i i" e ee I
e:i;. i t tin' W II,
Ao raees a t I la v.
eip ',:h iiiaiiMlact urci !
I'll ( 'lit l l' I "(I., V.'liO . -I
la ill'i oi' their
1 1. maoliine in I le w ii
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plav, wlticli is a we!
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laelni'es, the hher.
of a l eH oilnet io
'hovil'l' Willi pel'-pi
as ;!:oilt,ii looivlli.
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alti'aetiw w iii'iov'. .
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low ol t he I'd -
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I .eleele.l lot of
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loiii'!.' ooi,-i ii.u
of I he factory,
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l is i-t-Vl di' on the lii'ilnoi'il
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Wl'lev set s la'e Oil (l1
store alid will be L'ivi h
bringing ill the efoat
i ggs -to Halt .V Soil
btisv and u one of i
two 1 .1 oil 1 1 1 ; i
play a! their
to the faini' ts
si ii'miiIh r of
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Sioux Cilv inaiiageuieiit has
phllil I ha f of t ho el, a-ka Tell ilioli(
Coiupi.nv .were in the city i -n rda.v af-
tei i ii looking al'li r tin
(hi tup my at this point.
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eph 1 1 do a d' j .o ',"d t his morn
f 'a'iorosi a, t id- -tat o. W here
- a farm an. I v. hi re he goes to
or i he i onihtioii nl I hums