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; Thanking you for your liber
al "patronage in the past we wish
"A Merry Christmas."
CLINTON, The Jeweler.
PHONE 4 OR 0
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Local and Personal
Look up Mrs. Huffman's Add.
Louis Tobin will spend Xmas witb
bomo folks in Denver.
Mrs. Louis Peterson, who 1ms been
ill for sevornl dnys, is improving.
Mrs. Miko Hnyes rind Miss Vnunlta
have .returned from u sbort visit in
Domestic Vacuum Cleaners for sale
or rent. Mrs. M. V. Mitchell, agent.
Mrs. Earl Lambert nnd children left
Sunday afternoon for Hastings to spend
Missei Ethel nnd Carrio Prye re
turned Friday evening from n short
Miss Janet Aldon loft Friday evening
for Lodgopolo to spend the holidays
Mr. and Mrs. George Huntington, of
Paxton, will como down today to visit
the formor's parents this week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Wilcox, of Cozad,
uro expected to spend tho holidays with
the Wilcox and Cottrcll families.,
Mrs. J. (. Guynnm and children left
Saturday morning lor Ogalalla nnd
Paxton to spend tho holidays.
Miss Isabollo Doran, of tho Kearney
normal, came Friday evening to spend
the holidays with her parents.
Mrs. John Mullen, of Omaha, who
was a guest of Mr. and Mis. Fred
Elliott last week has returned home.
Mrs. D. E. Smith, of Bloomington,
Ind., arrived tho latter part of last week
to visit her mother Mrs. R. S. Surbor.
;Mrs. Clydo Cook, who spent last
week with friendn and relatives in
Grand Island and Omnhn, cumo home
,W still havo u small quantity of
Furnace slzo coke to offer at 8.50 per
ton dolivercd. Tho C. F IoniNflS Co.
Phone No. 7.
Mrs. Fred Owings, of Sidnoy, who
had been tho guest of Mr. a,nd MrsJ
Floyd Passmoro for ten dnys, left Sat
William Craigio who has been em
ployed in Mollne, III., for tevern
months will visit his mothor and sisters
during tho holidnys.
Miss Emma Hichurdson, ono of the
local touchers, left Friday evening for
lior homo near Columbus to spend two
weoks with relatives.
Miss Anceline Ilerrod, who haB been
pttending tho convent at Concordia,
Knns., camo homo Saturday to spend
her Christmas vacation.
Ben Layman, tho deserter from Ft.
HuKsell, who was picked up Inst week
by Deputy Sheriff Watts will bo taken
back to tho fort Friday.
Tom McGuiiv, who spent the past
three months in Curtis, came homo tho
last of tho week to visit his paronts
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGuiro.
Tho Twuntioth Century Club held n
farewell party for Mrs. 'Clark J. Buch
anan nt the home of Mrs. J. T. Kerr
Friday aftornoon and presented her
with soveral pieces of sterling silver in
appreciation of her excellent servicos
nu secretary of the club. A delightful
afternoon was spont by all.
Owners of cily property, lots or
houses, can find sale for same by list
ing with us. Property priced right finds
ready sale. Buchanan & Patterson.
Tho invitation issued for tho stag
banquet of the Elks on New Year's
night indicates a "good timo;" here It is!
"Dodgo the jinx 13; begin tho now
year with a smile on your face and a
joy In your heart. Bo with us nt tho
Elks' stag banquet New Yonrs night nt
eight o'clock. There will be viands of
sweot savor and laughing wators, much
merry music, live speeches, good
stories und joyful songs."
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Artz expect to
visit with friends in Denver this week
Mrs. Hattie Herstend, of Paxton,
visited in town the lnttor part of last
Frank Parton loft the last of last
week for Omaha to visit a week or
Ben Elliott, of Omaha, will spend
the Christmas holidays with his parentB
in this city.
Georgo Hegg, of Lincoln, formerly of
this city, spent tho greater part of
last week in town.
Mrs. Julia Todd left Friday evening
for Donver to spond tho holidays with
friends and relatives.
Wanted Good girl for general house
work. C08 W. 4th St. Phono Black
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Lively, of Ger
ing, returned home Saturday nftcr
spending several days in town with
Mrs. Charles Kilmer, of Kilmer, will
arrive to-day to visit her parents Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Huntington during the
Mrs. E. S. Brownflold, of Cozad,
who visited her sistor Mrs. II. E. Sur
lier Inst week wont homo Saturday
Wo havo for sale the most desirable
lots in Cody's Addition. Lot with 4
room house $900 to $1200. With 5-room
house $1300 to $1000.
Roy SUMiEK, Phone 3G1.
By virtue of an execution in favor of
tho Sutherland Telephone Co., Sheriff
Snlisbury will sell at public auction on
January 31st tho line of tho Rosednlo
Telophono Co. which has twenty-two
miles of wire and poles.
Messrs. Alphonse and Geno Picard
returned Snturdny from Brady where
thoy were adding tho finishing touches
to n $10,000 house recently erected by
II. K. Peckham, a retired ranchman.
Tho homo contains sixteen rooms .and
Mr. Peckman has installed an electric
Try a ton of Furnnco sizo coko in
your furnace most economical fuel on
tho market at this price 8.50 per ton
delivered. Tho C. F. iDDlNfis Co.
Phono No. 7.
Miss Elvn Day entertained a number
of hor young friends Friday evening in
honor of hor sixteenth birthday. The
evening was spont in card games and
other forms of entertainment nnd
proved n very cnjoyablo ono to tho
guests. Miss Day was presented with
a beautiful gold bracelet and several
other gifts. Decorations consisted of
red Xmas bolls, holly and other sugges
tions of tho season. Lato in tho oven
u dainty lunch was served.
Wo are in position to take care cf
your orders for Pennsylvania nut conl
for the rest of tho winter at $13.50 per
ton delivered in your bin. Pluco your
order now so wo can protect you.
NOHTH PliATTi: IiUMUKK Co.
'In view of tho woman's suffrage
agitation," remarked Fred Seeberger,
"I heard of an incident the other day
that suggested an appropriate motto
for a suffragetto banner. A little girl
pupil of-tho Fourth, ward Sunday school
roturned homo a week ago Sunday,
und her mothor asked if she remem
bered tho topicof tho lesson. 'Oh, yes,'
responded tho precocious one, it was
peace on earth to hell with mon.' Now
you would neod ponder quite n while
before you could solout h more nppro-
pruuo inscription tiinn Hint lor n
Huffrngotto banner. " Wo quite agree
Wnnted Housokoeper, inquire at this
Arrangements havo boon mnde whero
by tho hearts of 270 peoplo in North
Plntto will bo gladoned tomorrow; that
is tho number of peoplo mon, women
and children, principally tho latter
who will be leniembored by tlioso who
have chnrgo of looking nfter tho needy.
Quito a numbor of families will bo pro
vided with provender for u good dinner;
othors who are hick will bo remembered
with llowors nnd fruit; coal bins that
are empty will bo replenished, and
clothing provided for children whose
apparel is senntf and m addition n
Cliristmus treo celebration has been ar
ranged for nt tho Elks' building. This
is the true Cliristmus spirit the bring
ing of good cheer to others.
Sunshine Christmas Tree.
Program for tho Christmas treo which
will bo held in tho nssemblyroom of the
Elk building Saturday afternoon, Dec.
28th. Mrs. R. B Favoright will havo
tho program in chnrge. Committee on
dressing dolls, Mrs. II. Breternitz, Mrs.
C. E. Gould, Miss Isa Murphy, Miss
Fern Perkins, Miss Ethel Dean nnd Miss
Stiltz. Committee on Christmas tree,
Mrs. James Snyder, Mrs. V. Schnrman,
Mrs. John Koontz, Mrs. Deun, Mrs.
Jon Weinberger, Mrs. Warrer, will the
committees' meet at my house on Dec
27th? Mits. Pekkins.
Former North Platte Man Dies.
Word reached the city last week of
the death of Daniel Courtnoy, of Ya
colt, . Wash,, father of Mrs. Fred
Tobas, nnd a former resident of North
Platte. The deceased camo to this city
in 1880 and followed the vocation of
carpenter, having been employed on the
Lloyd opera house. Ho remained here
until 1889, when he removed to Yacolt,
where he had since resided. Mr. Court
ney was born in Virginia in 1832 was
married 1852, and was tho father
of twelve children. He is survived by
his aged wife and soven children.
Xmas at Lutheran Church.
At seven o'clock tomorrow morning
the Luthernn choir will present the
Christmas cantata entitled, "Pcdeomer
and King," by Lorenz. After the
organ volontory by Mrs. Huxoll, the
singing of hymn No. 221 and tho open
ng pnrt of the regular morning ser
vice by tho Congregation, tho choir parts
1. "The Light is Come," opening
2. "The Lord shall comfort Zion,"
deut, soprnno nnd contralto, Mrs. and
3. "How Beautiful upon tho Moun
tains," soprano solo, Irma Huffman.
4. "And there were Shepherds,"
duet, Miss Larsen and Mr. Jus.
5. "Tho- Song of the Angels, "chorus,
Misses Huffman, Larson, Bowen, Min
shall and Mrs. Huffman.
G. "O Thou Who by a Star Qid'st
Guide," contrnlto solo, Mrs. Huffman.
7. "Sing O Ye Heavens," chorus,
8. "Seek Ye the Lord," solo tenor,
9. "Oh Come All Ye Faith ful, "chorus
men's voices, Messrs. Yost, Shaffer,
10. "Hail Redeemer and King," clos
ing chorus, chorus and soprano solo,
This cantata as composed and arran
ged by Lorenz is among his best and
the Lutheran choir has spared no time
nor efforts to mnko this among their
best piesentations. A tastefully dec
orated Christmas trees and the church
in every pniticular mado beautiful with
Christmas colors, and designs nwnit to
welcome the early morning worshipper
in this time belovid custom of the
In the evening the service will be by
the Sunday school. Tho musical part
of the service by tho main school is a
service entitled, "Under His Star."
This will ho interporsod with recitations,
songs nnd exercises by the children.
This servico is designed especially for
tho children in keeping with the real
Christmas spirit and purpose. Tho
evening offering will be given to tho
causo of Christinn education and tho
morning for tho choir music fund.
"The Girl and the Outlaw."
Bert Moaner will odVr to the theatre
going public of North Platte one of the
events of the season "The Girl nnd the
Outlaw" at tlio Keith Theatre Dec. 25,
matinee nnd night with tho young suc
cessful player, Roy LaMarr, as tho
stnr. This h a story tlint will nppenl to
ovory man, woman and child; in fact it
will tench n ood lesson to all. Tho
company carrios beautiful sccnory and
effects, so nu to make n wondorful play
ono of the micccases of the season in '
our city. Tho story of tho piny is
founded around n young girl, who un-.
known to hor, reforms her own bro- I
therfrom a criminal Lovo (hula its
way into both their hearts and their
relationship is not discovored until tho
evo of tho happiest momenta of tbolr
lives their wedding night. Bvory
tiling i carried with the company to
prosent It in u first class way. Every
one who is in love, should nevi-r iriss
seeing "Tho Girl nnd the Outlaw "
m - JMIMMI
Local and Personal.
James Norton nnd daughter went to
Denver Saturday afternoon.
Goorge Hegg, of Lincoln, formerly
of this city is visiting local friends.
Miss Jennio Cox, of Hershoy, is
spending this week with town friends.
Miss Bess Chamberlain will spend
tho holidays with relatives in Stockville.
Look up Mrs. Huffman's Add.
C. A. Malm, Jack Veach and Joe
Malm, of Sutherland, visited in town
Miss Ruey Shaner went to Maxwell
Saturday to visit relatives for n week
Mrs. Floyd Crane left for Salina Sat
urday after visiting a week with Miss
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnries Empy, of
Maxwell, are visiting with local friends
Miss Mablo Ogle, of Ogalalla, is
sponding n few dnys in town this week
Mrs. Alex Brooks loft yesterday
morning for Overton to spend a couple
of days with friends.
Mrs. Henry Simon left for Hastings
Snturday where she was called by the
death of her father.
Ezekiel Anderson, of Brady, came up
yesterday morning to vibit his sister
Mrs. Lewis Hayes.
Theodoro White, formerly of this city,
ar 'ved hero Friday evening to visit
friends for a couple of weeks.
Miss Vera Carrigan is expected here
today to visit Miss Dorothy Hubbard
during the holidays.
Miss Faye'Britton left Friday even-'
ing for Wayno to visit the home folks
for a couple of weeks
Superintendent Frank Smith and wife
of Brady, snent the latter part of the
week In town with friends.
Leslie Bnskins came home Sunday
from tho state university to spend the
holidays with his parents.
Miss Ollie Miller who has been at
tending school in Kearney came home
Friday to spend the holidays.
Miss Lena Baskins returned Sunday
evening from Pennsylvania where she
visited relatives for several weoks.
Steele Ilolcombe, who is attending
the university in Lincoln arrived yester
day to spend his two weeks vacation.
Miss Mario Von Goetz principal of
the Overton Schools came homo Satur
day morni.g to spend the Yule Tide
Frank Stamp, of Rossville, 111., who
was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H
Stamp, left for Los Angeles the latter
part of last week.
A special train from tho Pacific coast
loaded with Greeks enroute to their
native country to join tho army, passed
through yesterday morning.
Mrs. J. McCnrtv, of Ames, la.,
rived here Sunday evening to bo
guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs
M. Mason for a couple of weeks.
For a week past mail train No. 9
has carried ten cars, four more than the
usual number. This increase has been
due to the heavy Christmas mail.
The Rev. J. C. Christie extends a
cordial invitation to tho members of his
church and congregation to an English
tea at thomanso next Friday aftornoon
at 3 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Ridgeley and
children, of Cheyenne, came down Sun
day to visit Mrs. Ridgley's parents
air. anu wra. Alex renwick for a
cauple of weeks,
Manager Stamp, of tho Keith theatre;
has been suffering for several days past
with a carbuncle on tho back of his neck
an affliction that is very painful nnd
one that comes at a very inopportune
Richnrd Stevie, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Stevie, will be married Wednes
day at eight o'clock at Sheridan, Wyo.,
to Miss Ruth Simons. Herman Stovie
will be best man and tho sister of the
bride the maid. Richard Stevie fspent
his boyhood days in North Platte and
his many friends send him hearty con
gratulations. Coming with its city reputation "Tho
uin anu tlio Outlaw." A clean cut
play that critics have pronounced a
success with a strong cast of players
, which will be presented nt tho Keith
theatre Wednesday Dec. 25th as special
holiday attraction. Special matinee
I prices. 10 und 25 cents. Evening prices
1 15, 35 and 50 cents.
First Class Cleaning and Pressing.
For first clnaa cleunini nnd pressing
see tln Lennox Tailors and Cleaners.
.Til St 9tntllUllni1 Pdl-n.ii. CJvt), un,l I
cust, upstnirs 1-2. Goods called for and
delivered. All work puni-antecd. Phono
G9, MI-LS & LnviN, prors.
In the matter of tlio otato of Michael
Alort K n tor, iloci'uml.
Un reaillnirau'l flltntr the petition of Ella
A, 1 ostor lirayinir Hint admlnUt ration if
said estate may lo granted to IMwln It,
OiKulman as admnMraior
OriliTt'd, That Jan lit 1. JIHS, at 1)
o'clock a m Is asHlirned for hparlim said
petition when ull persons Interested In wald
matter may appear at a county court,
to bo held In and for said county
and Miotvcautie why this prayer of petl
onur houd not ho uraniiMl; nnd that notice,
of tli pendency of t,ald petition and tho
lioarlnK thereof boirivento all iktsoiih lntor
wtud In .ald matter by puMMilmr a copy of
thl order In th North I'lnlte Tribune, a
IpbbI seml-weuMy nowhpaper printed In nald
county, for three siicco8le weeks, prior to
nitld (lav "f hearln
Dated 1i Jnb i"i.
d-4-3 Joiiiv (jIUnt, County Judue
Tnomas Green, of Grand Island, is
spending n few days hero on business
connected with the pool hall.
C. A. Wyman is completing n new
60x70 foot barn on his" ranch west of
town. It is considered tho best build
ing of its kind in the valley.
Give us your order for concrete work
of any kind. Concrete building blocks
and ornamental work.
. ROY Suiiber, Phone 3G1.
Dr. J. L. Siver came from Mt.
Pleasant, Iowa, yesterday morning to
spend a few days with town friends be
fore going to Garfield to visit his par
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You can't ronlizo how good PEERLESS is
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