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, One of our npw desk sets Karnack Suggestions. Vases,
Candle Sticks, Jewel Cases, Smokers Articles. Our fall line
is , better than ever and new goods are being- added daily in
every department. Our clerks will be glad to show you.
DIXON, THE JEWELER.
U. P. Watch Inspector.
S OR. 0. fi. CRESSLER,
Graduate Dentist, g
2 Ofl'ce over tho McDonald ?
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Thomna Bnldock was' a visitor In
Mrs. M. H. Douglass will entertain
the Swastika Jlub on Wednesday Nov.
Dr. D. T. Qtilgley -was calfed cast
Sunday morning on professional bus-ncss.
Glen Todd, of Sheridan, Wyq., spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Charles Yost expects to go to
Omaha in a few days whero she will
spend a week.
Wanted A good girl for gene nil
housework. Inquire of Mrs. Wm Cun
ningham, East Front Sti
Miss Irma Clinton
morning for Omaha, where sho will
spend a week-with friends.
Mrs. Frank Winkleman has a3 her
guests this, week , Mrs, Tucker of Sid
' ney, who arrived this Weeie. '
Mrs, : Louisa Burke returned last
evening from Brady after visiting with
friends thero for two weeks.
Miss Alice Langforu will leave short
ly for Omaha to visit her sister Elsie,
who is attcndjng Boyle college. t
i Mr. and Mrs. Damon of Gozad, re
turned homo yesterday"! morn'ing after
spending-several days in the city. ?
' .' Miss Bertha Murphy, of Brady, re
turned home Saturday after visiting
Miss Edith Holcombe for srvqral days.
Jas. P. McGovern left yesterday
afternoon for his homo in Denver af tc,r
spending several days with his son
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simon, late of
Hampton, arrived the last of the Week
and will make their homo here in tho
, Mrs. Thomas Baldock and daughter
Paulino left Sunday morning for Elsie
where thejwill visit Mend! for a week
. , Miss Hazel Henderson will entertain
the J. D. Club' on Friday evening at
the homo of her home of her aunt Mrs.
"Mrs. Margaret Goodlove, of Washing
ton, D. C, who is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Wood White, was operated upon
at St. Luko's hospital today.
In honor of Mrs. John Ottenstein Jr.,
of Salt Lake, who. is visiting in the
city, Mrs. J . K. Ottenstein will ontqr
tain the Junior Mothers' Club tomor
' ' Money Makisg Investment.
. Tho owrier of a bunch of lota in the
west end fronting on Fifth and Sixth
streets have authorized us to sell them
at tho very low price of $1000, about
one half their real value.
, If you are interested see us quick be
i fore somebody else snaps them up.
Buchanan & Patterson.
Mrs. John Stntcs left last flight tor
Omaha to spend several dayB
Dr. J. K. Elms went to Hershoy to
day on professional businesj.
P. L. Harper, u prominent real estate
man, ot Wallace, is visiting in town
State Inspector McLain, of Lincoln.
who spent six days in town examining
tho cafes and bakeries, luft yesterday
Miss Ethel Worlemont, of Cheyenne,
arrived hero Saturday to spend two
weeks with her cousin Miss Irene Hub
The Episcopal ladies are serving
their annual fair nnd "supper at tho
Masonic templo this evening. Home
made candies, and fancy work are on
Wanted A horse suitable for a de
livery wagon. Inquire at the Platte
Plumbing & Heating Co.
Rev. Mr". Hoaro, a roturned. mission
nry from Alaska, will give an' .address
at tho Episcopal church -Wednesday,
Nov. 22. Members -and friends of the
church nro requested io hb present.
Georgo Adamsonwho' has been acting
as special policeman at the round house
for some time, surrendered hid star to.
to Chief Robinson and intends going to
Dawson, IJew Mexico, Wednesday, to
visit his brothers.
The Catholic ladies will hold an ex
change at Howo & Maloney's all day
Saturday, November 25th, where pie's,
cakes, bread,,',nlso prime young chickens
and many other food articles that goes
into the making of a delicjous Sunday
dinner will be pn aaei,
The ladies,, "of the Presbyterian
church will hold their annual far .and
15 cent lunch in the church parlors
Thursday Nov. 23rd. They will have
on salo, all kinds of fancy work, do
mestic aproiis, Japanese hand-painting
on wpod, canned fruits and jellies and
homo-made candies. Menu: baked
beans, dill pickles, meat sandwitches,
cheese, doughnuts, coffee. They will
begin serving at 5 o'clock.
The local high school foot ball team.
went to Sterling last Saturday to try
thpir luck with tho much heralded
Sterling athletics. Sterling. Vwas all
they wero claimed to be, and a trifle
more, apparently, judging from tho
final score of tho Ifnmo, 11 to G in favor
of Sterling. North Platte was easily
out classed in the kicking department
and Sterling scored two goal from the
field, and then got away on a fumble
and scored a touch down. North Platte's
only score came when Tramp got tho
ball on a Sterling muff and went racing
down the field for a touch down. Norris
kicked goal, making a total score of G.
The team returned homo Sunday even
ing very much discouraged, but coaches
Neville and Keofo are whipping them
into lino for tho gamo hero Friday with
tho Kearney high school and hope to
land the North Platte team in the
How Is Your Idle Money Doing?
If not earning 7 to 8 per ce'nt semi
annual interest in gilt edge first mort
gage loans, see Bratt & Goodman.
The Famous jRxiSfrftQ Lamp
Th Rayo Lamp ii the best and most serviceable lamp you can find
for any part of your home. ,
It is in use in millions of families. Its strong white light has made
it famous. And it never flickers. ..,,.,.
In the dining-room or the parlor the Rayo pvea jurt the light tht it meat elec
tive. It it a becoming lamp in itielf and to you. Juit the lamp, too, for bedroom
or library, where a clear, ateadv light it needed.
The Rayo it made of tolid bran, nickel-plated ! alio in numerout other imea and
finuhe. Eaiily lighted without removing ihade or chimney ; eay to clean andrewick.
A your dealer to how you hn line of IW o Uroj of write !or dncriptiyo circular to any aiucy of Um
Standard Oil Company
Mrs. J. T. Hlkkck Did.
Mrs. J. T. Hollenbeck died at hor
homp In tho Fourth ward Saturday
night. Death wns duo to Bright's
disonso nnd followed an illness of over
two months. The deceased was born
in Ohio April 2l9t, 1838, nnd catno to
Nebraska about twenty-fivo years ago.
About RQvcn years ago they became
jresidents of this clly coming hero from
Kcnesaw. Besides, a husband, five
children survive her. John Hollenbeck,
ol eiurui iiiiy, mrs. omvuiy, oi uop
lln, Mo., MM. Armognst, of Fostin,
Colo., Sidney Hollenbeck and Mrs.
Moon of this city.
During her vrosidcnco in this city,
Mrs. Hollenbeck has held tho esteem
and respect of a largo number of
friends and acquaintances. Of a charU
table nnd generous disposition, her loss
will be keenly feft by relatives and
Funeral services were- held nt tho
fnmily residence Sunday afternoon con
ducted by Rev Fovbright, of the Hnr
tist church riml'th'o remains taken to
Kcnesaw that, evening where inter
ment will be made.
' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tekulvc spent
Sunday in Hershey.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. P. Basta will irovo
to Schuyler about Jnnunry 1st
Mrs. Sam Van Doran loft today for
Rochester, Mi'tfri., to visit relatives.
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Ross loft yes
torday for Blrdwood to spend ten days.
Freeman Bradford, of Omaha,' spent
Sunday with his friend Will Bnldock.
Mrs. John Kirkpatrick roturned yes
tortlay from a visit with relatives in
Mrs. William Reynolds will leave
,today for Omaha to spond a week with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Ross, of Omnhn,
spent Sunday in tpwil with the former'a
Mrs. M. E. Crosby will cntortain tho
Twentieth Century Club this afternoon
at a kensington.
Mrs. Arthur Howard nnd children
wero called to Lodgepolo this morning
by tho illness of hor hunt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. T.1, Redmond vlll en
tortaln tho Harmony Club on Friday
evening of this Week.
Mrs. Reed of Blnddcn arrived Sunday
evening to Bpend the winter with hor
daughter, Mm.t Elrqcr;KoonB, k
Tho Dill residence of 9 . rooms
bath on .West Sixth, St. ' , . .
Other house,1 furnished and Unfur
nished, storage room and safe deposit
boxes. Buatt & Goodman.
Tho Methodist Brotherhood will meet
nt tho homo of Mr. and' Mrs. J. 0.
Lost A Knight Templar wntch chftin
and charm. Finder pluaso return to
McDonald State bank nnd receive rc
Word cdmes front Council Bluffs that
James Kclihor,. 'who was operated on
last Week, is getting nlonft nicely.
Tho Foreign Missionary society of tho
Ljitheron church will hold a public
meeting in tho church Sunday ovoning.
For Salo G0 hard coal Art Garland
Btovq for $10, In good order. $12 par
lor? cook BtoVe for $4.00. Inquire nt
303 East 2nd St.
'Mrs. Elmor Koorta, returned Sunday
6veningfrom Blnddcn, whore shq was
called by tho death of her fnthof last
Mcsdnmes M. A, Comer and S, M.
TJowcn, of Los Vegas, N, M., arrived
yesterday to visit their cousin, Mrs.
Tho Rcbeknh kensington,' which wns
to have been hold In the I. O. O. F.
holl on Friday afternoon of this week,
has been postponed.
Tho caso of tho stnto against Leo
Johnson for the larceny of hay in tho
Bum of ?39. 70 from A. Wickstrom nt
Horshey is up in county court this
Wenther Forecast Fair tonight nnd
Wednesday, colder Wednesday. Mnxl
mum temperature yestordny 52; one
year ago 45L- Minimum temperature 30
ono year ago 20.
China. Kiln Fer Sale.
I olfcr for salo my china kiln for SG0.
Purchaser may uso it whero it stands
until alter tJiiriatmns lr tncy so desire.
Address Maude u. xurptc, zszi run
Ave,, Oakland Calif.
ORDKK OP HKAItlNO ON I'KTtTION FOB
ArrOINTAlKNT UK AllMINIHTHATOK
Statu Of Nebraska. Lincoln county, m.
In thocnuntr court.
. In tho matter of tho cstato ot Hiram
A. Morrow, deceased.
Onro&illitKMid UlltiirUiO petition of Amanda
Morrow praline that administration tit
nam cstato roar uo irrantea to i tarry i.
Morrow as" administrator.
Ordered, That Dec. 14, 1011, A. I), at 6
o'oiocKa. m- is assiirnou tor noantxr sain
petition when all persons Interested In said
matter may appear nt a county court to bo
hold in and for aald county and -show cause
wlir tlia nravpr of mHltlnm-r ahnulil not hs
urantcd I anil that notice of tho pendency of
Haiti pciuum anci mo jicarnifr tnertor ui
clviui to all net-sons lnlurostcd In said mat-
torbi' publlshlnir a copy of this order In the
North IMatto Tribune a nemlweoUly news
paper printed In said county, for three situ-
ccstvowpcKs. nrinrtosaiauayor uearinc.
i'.'M.Nor. 21. It'll. JoHrf Orant.
mi-tl County Judge.
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
321 West First Street
Ji?he Only, Road
to Wealth is to
A man may earn ten thousand' dollars a
yearri-and spend all of it, He is no better
off than the man who earns only one'
What you Save
is What Counts
jtbttying you.r Clothing, Gent's Furnish
inys and Shoes from C1ahjmgi--you get
ten percent discount. W'hhfuis ten per
See- Us at Once.
Everything for Men.
520 Dewey North Platte, Nebraska.
A Modern Institution
For the treatment of medical and Burijical cases. Open to the
medical profession. Special accomodations for confinement cases
Training school for nurses in connection. Address all commu
cations to the superintendent.
Phone 642 Cor. Eighth and Locust
McDonald State Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
, Capital Stock Fully Paid. $ 1 00,000.00.
Oldest Bank In L.mcIn Cetuiiy.
.J1 ' .ii '- a' v ,i ' ;
: . . 'Business: Satisfaction ;GuaranteeU:. ' . j
w, h. Mcdonald,
Cashier wi Vice-Prest.
BUY ...v -JUNK?'
When You Can Buy
Home lyiade Candies
Made Frch Every Day at . '
A FEW OF OUR STAPLES.
Vanilla Taffy 15 cents per pound
Peanut Candy , '. . .20 cents per pound
Vanilla Taffy Wafers... 30 cents per pound
Cocoanut Chips 25. cent per pound
Cocoanut Creams ., 25 cents per pound
Chocalate Cocoanut Creams. . . .25 cents per pound
Nut Top Nougat ,40 cents per pound
Come in and get a sample. ,
. D ICKEY'8
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY.
HBw'' wSa HI 'iaSfe bHkbihkIhIE&s
I DR. J. S. TWINEM'S
218 West Fourth St.
For the treatment of
MEDICAL and SURGI
CAL patients. Also for
Union Realty Investment Company.
Paid up Capital $50,000. Surplus 50,000.00.
-OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS-
T. C. PATTERSON, President, B. BUCHANAN, Boo'y nnd Tress.
First Mortgnges on Kcnl EstntcJBought, Sold nnd Negotiated,
This company is prepared to loan money of investors on first mort
gnges on real cstato, amply accural and drawing eight per cont Bornl
nnnuai;intorest.SMonoy so inyostcd will bo exempt from tnxution.
GIVEN AWAY FREE
A't$250HarleyDavidson 4-Horse Power
Motor Cycle,(Magneto Ignition .
AftTicket With Every Pair of Shoes.
Yellow Front Shoe Store,
DIENER & FLEISHMAN.