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The latest fashionable styles at all prices. The question
of what to do with 'your hands is often solved by carry
ing an umbrella or parasol. A parasol gives finish to
your personal appearance. In the hands of even a
plain woman aarasol lends distinction. Just got in a
new line of suit case umbrellas,
We curry a splendid selection nt all
prices. Come in nnd look them over.
CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician.
A New SiMrib.
The residents of tills city were
greeted at every turn Saturday foam
ing by, Uio mysterious legend, "Wntch
tiro Kfed Moon Rise." It peered from
windows, smiled from fences and build-
ngs, hung from door knobs, telephone
poles, tncks and wires, attired up from
sidewalks, and seemed to be , every
where. This was nil done some time"
after midnight and wo are informed
that a mysterious stranger -wearing a
silk hat was seen moving about In'thn
shadows with an armful of cards, nt
about 2 o'clock in the morning: Just
what is meant by tho phrase and all this
mystery, no one is ablo to find our, as
tho visitors or local practical' jokers
whoever they may be, confided in none
Several local people have attempted to
fathom tho mystery, but havo given Jt
up and guessed everything from a road
show to a now patent medicine. It
bears some of the car marks of a local
practical joke, as tho man who was
seen, in the night, when asked what ho
was doing, ret routed into tho shadows
and Intoned exuberantly, "Watch tho
Kcd Moon Rise." Either hd didn't
know, or ho wouldn't tell.
Vltt Door North of
First National Hank
" ' Verne Longford visited friends in
. Omaha Sunday,
1 Tho Episcopal guild will moot with
Mrs. P. J. Gilman Thursday nftornoon.
David Ryan has resigned hla position
at tho ton cent Btore.
,'- Tcachejs.. examinations wore held at
the county superintendents ofllco Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurst, of Chappcll, aro
among tho out of town people hero
. Mrs. Charles Perkins loft Friday
morning for, Hershey 'to visit fYlonda
for several days.
Miss Esther AritonideV of' the' Hoi'
,shy schools visited relatives In town
f.Jaturday and Sunday. '' ''
Mr. and Mrs. Harry .LantK havo re-
turtw&from a;Jwrt viit with relatives'
Mllo Shlpmnn left Sunday ovenlng
for Laramie, whoro' ho will accept a
position as, brakeman y
CliBrles Thompson returned Friday
from Omaha whoro ho. ppont ton ,da
' Nvlth his brother IHlmor,
4. -For Rent Good elEht room
dwelRfwfftear 2nd ward school.
war znu waru hciiuui. t.
.. ' . RtlfiMANAN & PATTEIlBOtf. J
'i''W&G0rge HatHeld went to Paxtojn
' 'Situwky morning to visit relatives for
" ' tws weeks or longer. '
W J. Tiley transacted business - In
Cowwl the last of the weok in tho n
terwtH of the Yeomen,
,k,iMIb Beilha Anderson saleslady ':
wtha Johnson CmM uloru upent SUndj
...III. l.M ... In 1T-oV,,. Ml
Mrs. William Anderson arid son left
Friday morning for Hershey to spend
week with relatives and friends.
M. B. Smith, of the Lexington At$X Mrs 0 D
' noAl loe to., arrived lie re yummy to
spnd a few days on business.
Rev. McDld left Saturday evening
for Sidney, where he conducted their
' . services in the Catholic church Sunday.
Quincy Felt and son of Keystone
- who hnvu bm visitors in town since
Frkky wont homo on tho branch train
; this morning.
, Mrs, Terrance McGovern, of Sidney,
, who. has been tho guest of relatives In
...tint city, for two weeks past left for
Mr. and Mrs. James Howe, of Wal
laco returned homo yesterday after
.visiting their daughter Mrs. C. P.
v Martin for several days.
Girl Wanted for eeneral housework,
""Annly to Mrs. Mary Allen, 4M West'
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Piumrncr ontor
tnlned a'few frlonds Friday ovonlng
at Somerset. Dainty refreshments
woro served during a pauso in tho
Miss Julia Nolan, returned homo year
. torday afternoon fram Wood Rlvor,
whoro she has been visiting t relatives
, . and friends for the past two weeks.
' Miss Estello Bristol formerly of this
city was married Thursday of last
week In Donvor to Mr. Gustav Dome
dian proprietor of tho Tortonl Billiard
Psrlors in that city.
Charles Templo transacted business
in McPherson county Friday, '
Mrs. Roland Malmstcin left Saturday
for Grand Island to visit friends.
Harrv Beam, of Wallace, is nmontr
the vlsitora in tha city this weok.
Earl Brownfleld, of Hershey, Bpent
yesterday horo on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Robort Dickey nnd son
were visitors in Hershey Sunday.
For Solo -100 head of Shoats and
Hogs. Inquire of Miner Hinmnn.
Fithor Dobson, of Sidney, filled tho
pulpit nt St. Patrick's church Sunday,
Miss Nina VanDoran roturncd Satur
day from a short visit with friends in
Mrs. M. H. Douglas and Master
Burdort Wright loft Saturday morning
for Grand Island.
. Mr, and Mrs. Ed. Roddcn Returned
Saturday evening from Lexingtbn,
where thoy spent the, day with friefods
jVIiss Ethel McCanco. of Gothenburg.
arrived Sunday evening to spond Itwo
'weeks with hersIstorMrs. Walter Ross
.Wo havo all tho latest copyrighted
riovels by the best -authors at from
$1.00 to $1.40.
Rinckeh'h UrinK Sthhr
Mrs, John Kenney camo up from
Maxwell Sunday evening to visit her
husband who is ill at St. Luko's hospi
Judgo H. M Grltnca and court repor
ter Cary returned frpm Loxington Sat
urday evening and loft yesterday
, 'The ladles of St. Patrick's church
wilt hold an exchange at the Howo &
Malonoy furniture store on Saturday of
Mrs. J. E. Sebastian camo down
Ijrom Chappell Saturday evening to
hko nor nome. Air. Sebastian has
on horo for time.
. . r 1 1 ..it i
umt. uoouiov.e, oi waaniftgion, u. u.,
rived Saturday evening and will be
lie guest of her Bister Mrs. Wood
White for several weeks.
btannarti, Who has been
.YisithiB her mother Mrs. Freeman
.Watts for three weeks left Sunday
evening for Lander, Wyo.
Books at 50 Cents.
Wo have 1200 of the popular novels
at B0 cents each. They include tho
works of the best novelists.
RiNCKEit s Book Store.
Fatlior Johnen spent Sunday in
Tho Hershey high school has been
accredited by the state department ns
a one year school.
Mrs. Ernnk WinHeman and son Rich
mond went to Sidnoy Friday nftornoon
to visit friends a few duys.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Woods, of
Tryon, aro visiting friends in the city
C. O. Baird, special representative
of tho Studcbnker corporation, who as
sisted J. L. Burke In demonstrntinir
tho E. M. F. 30 nnd Flanders -"20 cars
to nrosncctivo purchasers for several
days last week, loft Saturday morning
lor nis nomo in umnna.
Dwelling for Sale.
Tho finely located comer lot nnd brick
dwelling at 320 West Fourth St can
bo bought at very reasonable pricq, and
iiuOIIANAN & FATTKHCN,
Wm. i A. Brndy presents "Baby
Mine," Margaret Mnyo's play of a
thousand laughs, which kept New York
in convulsions of laughter for one solid
year at Daly's theatre, and which Is
now making London laugh as it never
laughed before, nt Sir Charles Wynd
ham's Criterion theatre, comes to the
Keith thentre on Wednesday, Nov. 22,
coming direct from the Broadway
Any play or drama, in which a mother
or husband, or real home happenings is
strongly depleted, is always of intense
interest to theatre patrons, but when
tho realisms and situations make
gcnulno comedy with a mother, father
and babies as central figures, and tho
wholo abounds with extremo fun making
nnd peels of laughter, there can be but
ono result success.
This term applies to tho best and
biggept comedy play of modern times,
"Bnby Mine," nnd which nil managers
agree is the most gcnulno threatricnl
And of years. The authoress, Miss
Margaret Mayo; got her inspiration for
hor ideas and lines from a newspaper
article, and under the direction of Mana
ger William A. Brady, tho play has
been whipped into shnpe, so that a
genuine laugh fnctory is the result.
Clydo Trotter, of Brady, spent tho
week end in town on business.
One of tho interesting nddresses
mndo nt tho State Irrigation Convention,
held at Bridgeport on the 14th nnd 16th
was made by Senator W. V. Hoaglnnd.
The address dealt with the dim ail ty in
securing tho passngo of Irrigation
Legislation, and urged upon people in
terested to get together, decide on
what legislation was desired, nnd have
the bills prepared to boinlroduced upon
the first day possiblo to introduce bills.
Another proposition discussed was the
fact that of tho state officers, the. com
missioner of Public Lands & Buildings,
had more to do with irrigation than any
other, nnd Senator Hoaglnnd urged tho
people in western Nebraska, to lay
aside politics and unito ns men who
would take a determined stand in favor
of tho interests of irrigation and other
interests in tho westorn part of tho
state. Tho address created a decided
sentiment in favor on independent
political action in tho convention.
Arthur McNomara returned Saturday
evening from a short visit in Kearney.
Miss Doa Hardin will leave this week
for Lincoln to spend several weeks with
Miss Ireno McGee 'of Brady was tho
guest of Mrs, .P. A. Norton Sunday.
Miss Ella' Jiielm left Saturday morn
ing for Lexington to Visit friends for
"Pocky" McFarland, light-weight
pugilist, went thru Saturday "to San
Francisco, whore he will have a, match
with Thommlo Murphy on Thanksgiving
State Auditor Silas R. Barton, of
Grand Island, has filed as candidate for
congress in tho Fifth Nebraska district
and his name will appear on the primary
ballott in April. Mr. Barton has fre
quently visited friends in this city nnd
they wish him tho greatest success.
Miss Maude Miller, of Chappcll, who
spent several weeks hc.re, left for homo
Bargain la a Heme.
Location 4m south of Maxwell. Forty
acres in cultivation, 120 pasture, 8
acres of alfalfd, 200 young fruit trees
apples, peaches, cherries and plums.
All fenced and cross fenced, good 5
room frame house with porch screened.
Bnrn 21x27, bank silo adjoining barn.
12x16 cement hen h6uso 12x20 and
cement cave 12x24, crib, granary and
shed 24x32, cistern, well, windmill.
Rural mall dally, telephone. .Ideal
dairy and stock farm. t '
Fino view of Piatte Vnlley, splendid
location, nearschoolhouse. where church
services held each Sabbath. $20,000
high Bchool now building at Maxwell.
Advanced years, and sons entering
college causes me to seek retirement.
To close nt once, nt less than fair
price. Terms. Advise your frionds of
tins exceptional opportunity.
E. M. Arnold. . Brady. Nob.
The Union Pacific is Ballasted with Sherman
Gravel, which makes a practically dustless
roadbed. It has fewer curves and lower
grades than any other trans-continental line
is laid out in long, easy tangents. You are
free from jolts, jars and dust. ,
STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST '
Protected by Electriq Block Signals.
Excellent Dining Car on all Trains.
For literature nnd information relative to fares,
routes, etc., call on or address -
F E. BULLARD, Agent.
One 8 room house, west Gth St.,
- 1 ..... '
eiucinc ngni, nam anu sower connec
One 8 room houso west 0th St, clcc-
inc ugnt anu uaui.
One four room cottage, electric light
anu ciiy waior,
Inquire 1173 west 0th of Mrs. L. M.
Cbrtnu Gcdf .
Our Christinas goods aro arriving
daily and are bolnjc placed for your in
spection, Uomo in now anu make your
selection anu nave mem iriu away it
you wish. Rinckkr'b Book Stokk.
Judge Mmpkms. summer
The Rangers son.
Song-"All that I ask Is ldve."
The Le Donivas Giant
& Ctindy kid.
10 and 15 Cents.
THE SPECIAL SALE.
We have had good crowds the past week and sold lots of
merchandise hut still have a good assortment to pick from.
Remember thesis Prices are Only Good Until Saturday Night.
per ban . Hf
White Laundry Soap Cr
full size bars, 7 bars for ... . j)C
Standard Corn f JJ
2 cans. I DC
Quaker Oats V jQ
large size package. . . .
3 cans for?!: .oC
Kerosene Oil, H A
per gallQn..y; llL
Powdered Ly'e ' Pf
:tsrt ape&imnM . . . iC
Calumet Baking Powder 4 Ft
16 oz can I 1,
Quaker Corn Flakes
2 packages for
1 lb cans 2 for. . . .
3 packages f or .... f
Soda Crackers J?
large box per lb C
Swifts Premium Hams A-
y per pound 1 02w
Silver Leaf Lard H n
No. 3 pails . . , . . v i C
Silver" "Leaf Lard A
No. ;S pails,,.. OUC
Men's Walk-Over Shoes d9 AO
values' $4 to $5 yOMQ
value $2.50. .. ,
LadiesSJioes O AO
value $3.50 to $4 .40
Ladies' Shoes 1 AO
value $2. 50 to $3,. l0
value $2 to $2.50. ,
Boys High Cut Shoes.
Velvet Rugs ' $ L iQ
size 9x12 ft.,.vj)H40
Axminister Rugs ' -'' j.
size 9x12 ft . V.
Axminister Rugs 4
Axminister Rugs K -" Jf)
27x54 inches.. , .
One-Fifth Off on all
Men's Fleece Lined' hirt 1A
and Drawers OsC
One Lot Wool Underwear
Men's Union Suits 83C
Suits that sold for Si 5
Suits that sold for $20
Suits that sold for $25.
Lot 4 Suits that sold J Q
for $30 and $35.. ZQ4Q
Ladies' Skirts S34B
Lot 2 Ladies' Skirts
Lot 3 Ladies' Skirts
Ono lot Heavy W06I Dress Goods,
good patterns, just tho thinp for
service, worth up to ?1.G0 per yard
One Lot Wool Dress
Goods regular 50c quality
Une Lot Wool Dress 4 FJl
Goods, sold or 25c Ji 2C
SAX.E ENDS NOVEMBER 26TH.
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE.
iL North Platte. Neb.