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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., DECEMBER 6, 1912.
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11 TOWN AND COUNTY NEWsS
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Grandma Burko loft this morning for
Hastings to spend several weeks With
Mrs. I. L. Miitonberger who had
been visiting in Chicago with her
(laughter for several weeks, will return
Mrs. Ritman, of Dyer, Ind., and
mother Mrs. Theodore Philips of Cozad
who had been visiting Mrs. A. L.
Mische for a wock past, returned home
this morning. ,
Bring in your shoo slips, dated
Hub Shoe Dept.
"Weather forecast: fair tonight and
Saturday, warmer tonight. Highest
temperature yesterday 22, a year ago
49; lowest temperature last night 5, a
.year ago 20.
Tho ladie3 bible class of the Presby
terian church will meet with Mrs.
Lester Walker, 504 Wjest 4th street,
Dec. 9th at 3 o'clock. All members
invited to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Snow formerly
of this city, arrived the first of this
week from Council Bluffs to make an
extended visit with the formers sister
MrSj Lem Bailey.
Try an expert watchmaker if your
watch does not keep good time.
Clinton, The Bizzy Jeweler.
The J. D. club were pleasantly en
tertained last evening by Miss Hazel
Nichols. Several houra were spent
in cards and an enjoyable two course
lunch served at midnight.
Baby Rings, Charm lockets, pins and
braclets at Clinton's, The Bizzy
Mesdames Tim Hanifin, Harry
Gutherless, George Austin, Con Walker
and Magnolia Duke entertained the
Degree of Honor at the home of the
former Tuesday afternoon. Nice re
freshments were served.
The remodeling of the O'Haro store
room on Dewey 3treet is about com
pleted and the furnishings will arrive
the early part of next week. Mrs.
O'Hare has been in Omaha this week
purchasing the stock for the bakery and
confectionary store she will conduct in
Latest box paper, correspondehce
cards and engraved calling cards.
Rinckeu Book & Drug Co.
Wednesday rJight was of the wintry
order, the wind blowing a gale, and
considerable snow falling, the latter
drifting as it fell. The temperature did
not, however, drop below sixteen during
the night. Last night was the coldest of
tho season, the mercury reaching to
within five of zero.
Lots in "Cody's Addition" is 44x132
feet. You can buy one lot or a half
block. The half block will cost you
no more than a lot six blocks this side
of the addition. '
Harry Porter is transacting business
in Lexington and Gothenburg this week.
John Cox. of Sutherland, enmo down
yesterday to attend the Democratic
t Miss Mary Carroll, of "Wlsner. is
I spending this week with Mr. and Mrs.
Any diamond bought of Clinton will
be exchanged, at tho price paid, for
payment on larger stone.
Buy at Clinton's now. We lay aside
any purchase until Christmas. En
Mrs. W. J. Redfield and son Glen
have returned from Wood River where
they spent the Thanksgiving holidays
J. M. Kock, of Champaigne, 111., is
spending a few days in town while en
routo to Sutherland to visit his nephew
J. R. White.
Tako your picturo to C. M. Newton's
to be framed.
Mrs. J. B. Redfield very pleasantly
entertained the M. M. M' club at cards
Tuesday afternoon. Refreshments
were served after the games.
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Bailey are enjoy
ing a visit from the former's father W.
A. Bailey and brother George Bailey,
of Cozad, who came Wednesday.
George A. Prosser received word this
morning of the death of his father who
died in Newark, N. J., at the bgo of
eighty years. Mr. Prosser expects to
leave this evening to attend the funeral.
The members of the Harmony Club
will hold a card and dancing party at the
Masonic hall on Friday evening of next
week, to which each member will invite
a couple as their guests. The dances will
consists of the old-time ones quadrilles,
Virginia reels and waltzes. Refresh
ments will be served.
During the fire at the Steinhausen
home Wednesday evening the telephone
cable in that part of town was burned
and sixty phones cut off. With the as
sistance of several extra workmen the
lines were connected yesterday. The
damages are in the neighborhood of
"Cody's Addition" will be the place
The Harmony club were the guests
of Mesdames Henry and Fred Waltc
math at the home of the former. Eight
tables were used in playing card games
and a two course lunch served at mid
night. Misses Grace Payne, Alma
and v Helen Waltemath assisted in
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McGinloy, of
Ogalalla, Jwere guests of friends in
town the early part of the, week-. Mr.
McGinley. who was formerly a resident
of North Platte, is treasurer of Keith
county and also owns a 6,000-acro
ranch in the Platte valley north of
All lots in "Cody's Addition" and
Buffalo' Bill's sub-division will be
marked with lot and block number this
week. Take a walk Sunday afternoon
oyer the addition, and pick your lot.
'QWADAYS every man
must have a full dress suit
to complete his wardrobe
outfit Withoutone noman
can be at ease or welcome at
social functions . And f uthermore
unless it is a perfect fitting dress
suit, such as you got in s.
Kahn Tailored Clothes
$20 to $45
he is ill at ease and ludicrous.
You may figure .that you can
afford to "take chances" in a
ready-made for business wear,
but you don't dare do it for even
ing dress wear. Here's the one
place where you simply must be
dressed fashionably, fittingly and
fastidiously. Nothing but tail-ored-f
or-alone garments will meet
the occasion. Step in and let us
have the mutual pleusuro of ex
amining the fabrics we have
to show you for evening clothes.
Our prices for these exclusive,
elegant garments arc surprisingly
low, our workmanship is so high
as to causo the marvel and
admiration even of our compet
itors. Do it today.
The Clothes Specialist.
Room 9, Wltmth D!d(.
First Class Cleaning and Pressing.
For first class cleaning and pressing
see the Lenn6x Tailors and Cleaners.
Just established, Corner Sixth and Lo
cust, upstairs 1-2. Goods called for and
delivered. All work guaranteed. Phone
G9. Mills & Levin, Props.
If in Doubt Buy
VVGUARANTEED SHORT PATEHTS
It stands in a class by itself
Buy a sack of "DAVID HARUM"
Try it as many times as you wish.
If you are not satisfied that it is
worth the differenceIf you are not
convinced it is the best flour you
ever used---you can bring or send
it back and we will refund purchase
Quality considered "DAVID
HARUM" flour is the cheapest flour
on the market today.
Herrod & Son,
Democrats Hold Banquet.
About seventy five democrats, com
posed principally of those who in years
past have been on the firing line, were
present at a banquet held at the
Masonic hall last evening, which was
given for tho purpose of glorifying tho
democratic success in November. There
were also present a half dozen or more
republicans who accepted the general
invitation extended members of that
5 arty. Judge Oldham, of Kearney, and
udgc Dean, of Broken Bow, hatf been
invjted to attend, but both of these
notified the committee at a late hour
that they would bo unable to bo present.
This disarranged the program, but local
speakers wore secured and tho speech
making feature of tho affair was nil
that could be desired. J. J. Halligan
hilled the toastmnster's chair, and a
mong thoso who responded to toasts
were Messrs. Beoler, Gibbs, Buchanan
and Edmisten. The banquet was a
veritable love-feast aid tho participants
were in a happy mood.
The menu, which was served by tho
ladies of the Mothodist .church, wr a
highly commended by the banqueters.
May Stewart Coming ,
May Stewart, who comes to the
Keith theatre Monday night Doc. 9th
and Tuesday night Doc. 10th in "Ingo
mar" and "Twelfth Night" Will no
doubt break all threatrical records here
as a drawing power in tho legitimate
ranks this season..
This will be Miss Stewart's first
visit through this section of the country
but the west has heard of her brilliant
successes through the south "and east
for the past few seasons and is awaiting
her coming with pleasureablo anticipa
tions. Owing to some changes in tho route
the company had an open date and it
has been decided to play two dates in
North P'atte and for tho reason of the
two performances a reduction has been
made in prices from Miss Stewart's reg
Ready for the Christmas Buyer.
Weingand, the quality clothior, has
made special efforts to supply the gift
buyer who selects wearing apparel for
his or her gift-giving. In addition to
the splendid line of men's and poys'
suits and overcoats, he presents
tho finest line of furnishings ever
brought to town, made-up especially
for the Christmas giving. These con
sist in part of handkerchiefs, silk box
and handkerchiefs in leather and burnt
wood boxes, collar and cuff boxes, bath
robes, mufflers, fur caps, any of which
make an appreciated Christmas gift.
Those looking for gifts will make a
mistake f they fail to visit the Wein
gand store. ,
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Tho best' investment yo'u can make
is to have your automobile overhauled.
Let us do it for you -now. Until we
get into our new quarters which will be
the most complete Bhop and nifty
garage between Omaha and Denver,
work will be done in private garage in
west part of town near my home.
Work will be done by an expert of
some eleven years experience who
understands an automobile from A to
Z and satisfied customers will be our
best nssets. Work fully guaranteed.
Telephone Black G27 and we will talk
it over with you.
J. L. T3anKE Auto Co.
Wanted Good girl for general house
work. G08 W. 4th St. Phone Black
J. C McGowan, formerly n ma
chinist in the local shops, but of late
omployed at Norfolk by the North
western, returned to Norfolk today
after a week's visit in town,
Tho case of Henry Falk vs the Pax
ton and Hershey Ditch Company is
being argued in the district court. Tho
case was culled yesterday morning.
Falk sues tho Ditch Company to re
cover $1,500 damages which ho claims
were caused on his land by the main
tainanco of a ditch in a low place from
which the water flowed into his fields
and destroyed crops, etc.
For Rent 640 Acres
good farming or hay land, 50 cents per
acre, six miics norm oi wnnaco, wu.,
twflv milna Mnntti nf Knthftrlnnfl Maw
4-room house and barn for eight head,
grainery .24x32, cement cava 12x18,
good well, 10-ft Sampson mill, 30 ft.
steel tower, 3 miles of fonce, 150 acres
in cultivation. Address W. R. Hnrumg.
North Platte, Neb.
A Western Vacation.
The Massacre of The
Santa Fe Trail.
Boothe Si Boothe
Singers, Talkers, Jugglers.
10c and 15c
Furniture Best Christmas Gifts.
It is the Kind that Endures.
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Cadillac Desjc , J '
$15.00 andPUp. ;
Twin Pedestal Table
$15.00 and Up.
Gifts today must be gifts that -endure gifts' that are serviceable as well as
beautiful and attractive and donors are making just such presents. Furniture is
popular for Christmas giving for the reason that it goes into the home to stay
and is appreciated, not simply for the moment but for years and always stands
as a reminder of the donor.
American people like beautiful
things, but they also like things
that arc practical, and furniture fur
nishes the thoughtful buyer an op
portunity to get just the serviceable
kind of presents that will please the
most. This store is showing a large
line of furniture. Gifts that will be
Dresser and Dressing
ing Tables $9 and Up.
Music Cabinet' V
Quartered Oak -. They are real, and they are priced ' thaf 'everyone can find
$10.50 andim just the gifts that you carunfiforrl to buy.
We invite you to visit this'TUore arid inspect our large stock.
not be importuned to buy. ,-
In the district court this week natur
alization papers were issued to P. C.
Jensen of Sutherland, Peter Jonsen of
Denmark, Conrad Bischoff of Spear,
A. V. Bergman of Brady. Christ Pet
erson or" Brady and Peter Paul of
Ve are prepared to loan your money
on real estate first mortgage so as to
net vour eieht ncr cent. Money so
loaned is exempt from taxes. Come in
and let us talk it over.
Bucliauan & Patterson.
Sunday School nt 10 a. in. M. E.
Crosby, Supt. Preaching sorvico at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p in. Morning theme:
"A Great Example and a Gieat Re
ward," Evening theme: "God'a Provi
dence, "Men's Inheritance." Endeavor
at3 and :45 p. m. A largo choir will
sing at both services, Mr. Leninger,
conductor. The Presbyterian church
welcomes all. Rev. Christie, Pastor.
M. E. Church Notes.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. The young
will be there. Tho old should be.
Preaching 11 a. in. Subject: Tho Sacri
fice of Chri.st. Did ho appease on angry
GoU? Was he a Redeemer? Is there
virtue in his blood? Was his death tho
atonement? These are somo of the
points that will be discussed at tho
Epworth League G;80 p. m. All the
young peoplo are urged to bo present.
Preaching at G:30 p. m. Subject: Tho
Wise Son. Mid week rally each Wed
nesday evening at 7:110. Choir practice
each Friday evening. All are welcome
at the Methodist church. rT-S
B. A. Cram, Pastor
hf "Cody's Additon."
You can buy a lot and automobile
for the price you pay for a lot six
blocks this side of there. Why not live
out where you have lots of room and
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Burkvj
doughter left u few dayn ago for
vcr to visit menus. ,
Miss Grnco ' Harrison, of Council
Bluffs, is visiting her siBter Mrs. Wil
Leo Hart came up from Brady yester-
duy to attend tho democratic banquet.
Mrs. N, P, Clough who had been
visiting hpr daughter in Ognlallu since
Thanksgiving rotnrned yostorday morn
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The First National Bank,
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