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We take this means o informing the public that we are now prepared to take care of all your
wants in the Furniture and Rug Line having just received three cars of the choicest Furniture, Rugs
etc., that the market affords. As to prices, just drop in and we'll convience you that we sell goods
at wholesale prices, bring along your cataloges and compare them.
The Standard Makes.
$12.50 to $25.00
All sizes and patterns.
75c to $40.00
If 'TV' VI I I uE?ll JCm4 fyVyT a Myj
$2.50 to $18.00
The best ever for $50.00.
Makes full size Bed.
Let us furnish your Xmas Turkey. Starting Tuesday, Nov. 19, and ending Tuesday, Dec. 24 we
will give with every Dollar Cash Purchase one ticket on a turkey. When you have 30 tickets we will
give you free One Turkey. Remember this is for CasJji Pur chases. Only.
Turkey Free. SCHATZ IS DOIN' IT. Turkey Free
Buying a Good Watch
Shows Good Judgment
EVERY man who has responsibilities; whether In business, a pro
fession, on a solar)', or a wage earner-if his time is valuable to
himself or his employer owes it to himself to own a good
watch. He cannot afford to waste his time by carrying a cheap or
unreliable timekeeper. Watches are so reasonable in price, In
comparison to their worth and endurance, that it shows good
judgment to buy a good one.
It Pays to Buy an Accurate Time-keeper
When a man buys a watch it may U.t a Mo time. When he buys a suit of
cloth", it is for a few .hort season, only. Why then "get along" w;th poor
time-piece when a good one will serve you so long and o wellf
Buy the Right Watch at the Right Place
n,r who makes the watch, it is the jeweler you must look to for
entire satisfaction. It is the jeweler who will protect you in the guarantee; u is
his advice that is vaioaoio in maiunc jtw ..........
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ilotk U now njht lor xlocuof Uo coo you wmt v4 too oo jou nood.
DIXON, The Jeweler,
U. P. Watch Inspector,
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Piatt White spent Sunday in Grand
Island with frienda.
M. E. Boardman has returned from
a business visit to Rock River.
W. J. Tiloy left Saturday for Grand
Islund on ' husiness oxnectinc to h
absent several days.
In order to hurry work on the new
round house, part of the force em
ployed work on Sundays.
,A. Roach, of Oshkosh, who had been
taking medical treatment in town for
some time, left for home yesterday.
Miss Violet Brooks, of Gothenburg,
came Saturday evening and will spend
several weoltB with her aunt Mrs. Sur
bor. Riley Warren who was recently
transferred to Stapleton camo yester
day afternoon to visit town friends for
a few days.
Little Winifred Miller, of Fremont,
who visited her grand mother Mrs.
Richard Cox for a montn pst, returned
Mrs. Julius Pizer is enjoyine
from her sister Mrs. Charles
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
Local and Personal.
Mrs. M. H. Douglas and neice have
returned from a short visit in Grand
Miss Hazel Hoxlo left yesterday
morning for Omaha to spend a couple
0. II. Thoelecke was a visitor in
Grand Island Sunday.
James Hartmun transacted business
in Lexington yesterday.
Edward Hostetter, of Maxwell, is
spending a few days in town.
Mr. and Mrs. William Facka, of Well
fleot, visited local friends last week,
MiBS Baibara McGuire left yesterday
for Hershoy to visit theTrovillo family.
Mrs. E. A. Cary has returned from a
short stay in Omaha with friends.
Miss Winnio Bridges left Sunday
morning for Fremont to visit her sister
Mrs. Fred W. Miller.
Mrs. Will Thayer has as her guest
this week Mrs. E. Spies, of Lexington,
who arrived Saturday.
heimer of Salt Lake who arrived here
the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wernott, of
Kearney, who spent the latter part of
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Rebhausen returned home yesterday.
Casper Bollish. ono of the early
settlors io' Medicine precinct, transacted
business ' In town Friday. Time was
when Mr. Bollish camo to North Platte
twico a month, now he comes but once
An enjoyaDlo reception was tendered
the Sterlfpg foot ball team by the high
school students in the Masonic hall Fri
day evening Games and music was in-
uuiguu in uniu miunignt wnen u nice
lunch was served.
W. C. Lylo, agent for the St. Paul
Fire and Marine Insurance Co., spent
Saturday with E. R. Goodman while en
route to Sutherland to adjust soven
losses from the recent fire there.
Mrs. II. S. Welsh and daughtor Mao
entertajnpd a few friends at an informal
card party Friday evening in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hershoy and
daughtor Holen, of Olathe, Kan. Re
freshments were served.
Pennsylvania Anthracite coal, both
sizes Nut and Stove at $13.50 per ton
delivered in your bin.
Phono 17 North Platte Lumber Co.
The Knights of Columbus will hold a
banquet for the now class which will
be taken In on Dec . 1st. The banquet
will bo prepared by the Altar society
and served by the Catholic Girls' club
in the Lloyd opera house. Arrange
ments arc being made for three hundred
Martin McLane loft Saturday nfter
noon for Gothenburg.
Mrs. Frank Winkleman will go to
Sidney, this week to visit frieuds.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Streitz will en
tertain the 500 club Friday evening
Mrs. Leo Sartwell, of Chicago, is
visiting her mother Mrs. Johanna Mc
Graw. Master Everett Hartman left Satur
day for Gothenburg to visit relatives
for a week.
Al Tift left Saturday morning for
Perry, la., to transact business for
Claude Mecomber, who had been at
tending college, came homo last week
to visit his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pierson returned
to Sutherland Saturday after spending
several days in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Loudon and baby
left Saturday afternoon for Grand
Island to visit friends.
Dr. and Mrs. Fetter, of Brady, at
tended the foot ball game Friday after
noon on the local grounds.
Mrs. George Huntington, of Bird
wood, iq spending this week with Mr.
and Mrs., Dell Huntington.
Homer Handley returned the last
Inst week from a twojmonths' visit
Ues Moines with relatives.
We regulate your watch no charge.
CLINTON, Jewolor & Optician.
R. G. Pigmnn, of the tost department
American Telegraph nndTelepnono Co.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Witte.
Clyde Gideon returned Saturday even
ing from Grand Island, where he tran
sacted business for several days.
Doll Huntington who spent 'the
greater part ot last week In Grand
island returned Saturday afternoon.
Reduce tho high coat of living by
getting your supper at the Episcopal
cafeteria, parish house, Tuesday, Nov.
During moulting season you can make
your nens lay uy loeuing L,ee's kgg
Maker, for sale by tho Nyal and Rexall
During moulting season you can make
your hens lay by feoding Leo's Egg
.MnKer, ior saie uy uie rvyal and ICoxall
drug stores. 84-G
Mesdames Crelghton and Watson, of
Gothenburg, who visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Jesso VanDyko last week, re
turned home Saturday afternoon.
The Federated Crafts aro advertis
ing their first annual ball to be held at
tho Lloyd Opora house on Thanksgiving
ovo, Nov. 27th. The advance salo of
danco tickets has been very sattofnetory
to the committees In chargo.
Mrs. George Alloway nnd baby
formerly of thia city returned to Chey
onno yesterday morning after spending
a week with Mrs. Hugh Bird.
Senator Hoagland spent tho latter
part of last week in Lincoln, whore ho at
tended tho annual gathering of tho
alumni of the state university and"
transacted legal business.
John Burroughs, formerly of this
city, now located in California is writing
some very good yorses; in fact he has
already established himself as a poet of
no mean ability. Three of his poems
were recently published in the Chicago
Tho remainder of tho furnishings for
the McDonald clothing store arrived
Saturday and have been placed in posi
tion. The proprietor can prido himself
on havingono of the most complete nnd
neatly furnished store? in tho stato.
Got busy Christmas will Boon bo
here call at Clinton's before tho
prettiest things are sold.
Residents of North Platte are assured
at least two "square ineals" this week;
the first this evening nt the Episcopal
fair und supper at the parish house; the
second at the Lutheran parish hou ee
Thnrsday evening when chicken and
waflles will be served.
Sam Smith, of Plattsmouth. for
merly a confectioner of this city, ar
rived here tho last of last week and
will spend somo timo at tho Hinman
garage demonstrating tho Chopio gas
oline saver and selling shares in the
Chopio company of PlattBinouth. A
number of local people hold stock In
If ypu can't got what you aro looking
for in tho Jewelry line, try Clinton's,
you will surely find it there.
J. L. Forgerson, of Broken Bow, who
wanted to bocomo United States senator,
received BOO votes out of a total of 250,
000. Ho paid fifty dollars for filing his
nominating papers und- expended sev
eral nuimreu dollars tor advertising.
Each vote he received thorefore cost
him about a dollar each. This, you will
admit, was somewhat expensive.
For coughs Red Spruce and Cherry is
Rincker Book & Ditua Co.
Friends of the two Hoaglands.unclo and
nephew, who will sit side by side in tho
stato senate, fear that they will get
their identities mixed up with tho
people. W. V. Hoagland of Lincoln
county and II. V. Hoagland of Lancaster
are the pair. President of tho Scnato
McKelvie says that ho cannot designate
them "Uncle" Hoaglnndnnd "Nephew"
Hoagland because, although tho Lan
caster county Hoagland is older, he looks
youngor than his senatorial relative. -Omaha
Miss Matnio Johnson arrived today
from Brady to visit friends for a week
Ray Rassmnssen, of Brady, was a
visitor in town the latter part of last
Norman Edwards, of Brady, spent
tho latter part of last week with tho
Miss Nora Thompson, of Stapleton,
spont tho week end with horaister Miss
Frank Hibner has been sulToring for
a week past with u very painful left
arm, duo to blood poisoning.
Miss Isabello Doran returned to tho
Kearnoy Normal yesterday after spend
ing three days with her parents.
Several carload's of beots arc piled at
the Maxwell depot waiting for cars to
ship them to the Grand Island factory.
Mrs. Kate Adams who spent tho past
two months with Mr and Mrs. Dell
Huntingtdn loft Saturday afternoon for
Mrs. C. P. Carson returned yesterday
morning from Columbus and Wilh'Hpbnd
tho winter with her son Porry Carson
und wife. '
Tho Altar Srfcioty of St Patrick's
church will hold a social at the home of
Mrs. John Frazier on Thursday after
noon. All are invited. j '
Railroad Miscellany. '
Contracts entered into with various
monufacturing concerns by the North- .
western road provide for the, purchase
of 135 locomotives, fifty-seven passen
ger and baggago cars and 7,000 freight'
Tho greater part of tho grading for
the new cutolf of tho Union Pacific
from Hastings to Gibbon is done and
work on tho Plutte riycr bridge iB now
proceeding. Work on tho Hastings
terminals is delayed, uwniting plans for
tho hew structures.
Tho Burlington owns 2,872.71 miles
of line in Nebraska, and operates, in
cluding leased line, double track, sidings
and yard tracks, 3,512.85 miles of
trackage in this state. Tho company"
operates in eleven states, and Nebras
ka leads tho list in mileage by more
An increase In the car shortngo '
thoroughout tho country is noted in the
current bulletin of the American rail
way association. There was a total
Burplus of 19,897 cars November 7 laift.
na compared with 17,289 cars Oetober
21 previous. The total shortage in
creased, however, from 07,270 cars
October 21 to 71,150 cars November 7,
loaving n net shortage of 259 cars. Com
pared with November 8, 1911, there has
been an Jncreaso in tho total shortage
of shortago of 52,380 cars.