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IT SOLVES THE PROBLEM
HOW shall a woman wear n watch?
This has heen a vexed question.
Some have carried their watches in hand
bags, some have used chatelaine pine,
others have employed neck chains. No
one or these methods answers all the
purposes of convenience and adornment.
The Wrist Watch
Solves the problem of how a womnn should
woar a wntch. It's decorative, convenient,
practical and stylish. Buy your wife one for
Christmas. Solid gold Elgin like illustration
$55 and Up.
Samo In silver $30.00. In gold filled (slightly
larger In size) as low as $14.00.
CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician.
Will Close Thanksgiving.
Believing that we all have reason to
feel thankful for the general prosperity
of the past year, and that Thanks
giving Day should be observed appro
priately and in a fitting manner, our
store will be closed all day Thursday.
WKINOAND, The Clothier.
Tom Eggcrs, arrested on the charge
of criminnlly assaulting seventeen-year
old Sylvia Smnll, was discharged in the
county court Saturday, the cvidenco not
being deemed sufficient to hold Eggeis
on the charge The testimony of the
complaining witness was not definite;
about the only recognition she had of
Eggers was his voice and his physical
build; there was no opportunity at the
time to observe his features.
PHONE 4 UH 8
For Your Drugs. Orders De
REXALL and NYAL
Local and Personal
James Flvnn Jr.. visited friends
Kearney the last of tho week.
Victor Anderson snont tho lattor
part of last week in Kearney.
Mrs. Albert Howe, of Wallace, Is
visiting with friends in this city.
Mrs. Emma Pulver has returned
from a short visit in Grand Island.
Louis Dorr left Friday for Glonburnlo
where ho has accepted employment.
Fine lino of musical instruments just
received. Rincker Book & Dnuo Co.
. John Bock, of Council Bluffs, spent
Saturday and Sunday at the Hughes
Miss Esther Jaircer. of Gothenburg,
camo un Saturday to visit friends for a"
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith have re
turned from Sterling where they visited
Superintendent Wilson Tout attended
tho toachors' association at Sutherland
Adam Christ left Saturday afternoon
for Kansas City via Denver to remain
Warned Girl for general housework.
C02 West 4th. Phone 2G-1. tf
Miss Wilda Ballard loft Saturday
morning for Lewollen to spend a week
with her undo
Joseph Weeks returned to Grand
Jsland Friday after spending a few
days in tQwn. , . " ,
...Mesdamos James Roddy and Charles
Martini returned Saturday from a short
visit in Herahoy.
Toilet sots, manicure sets and desk
sets. Rincker Book & Drug Co. .
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Statton and child
ren, of Wallace, spent tho week ond
with town friends.
Mrs. Sebastian Schwalgerleft Friday
evening for Denver to visit frionds for
a week or longer.
Walter Carr and Earl Gregory, of
Hershey, spont Saturday and Sunday
in town with friends. X
B. L. Robinson who has been confined
to the house for several weeks, is re
ported to bo improving.
Miss Gladys VVolsli left Saturday
afternoon to visit a few days in tho
eastern part of the state.
Th,o D. K. class of tho Baptist church
lield a successful exchange at tho Schatz
furnituro store Saturday.
Mrs'. J. M, Wood, of Wallace, spent
tho latte part of last week with her
Aunt Mrs. J. J. Halllgan.
i Attorney James G. Mothersaid re
turned Saturday aftornoon from a busi
ness visit In Gothenburg.
i .John Abo rim thy roturncd Saturday
from Julesburc whore ho had been em
ployed for two monthB.
"Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Stevens are re
joicing over the arcival of a baby boy
at.tlielr home Friday oyenlng.
Toyland js qomploto at tho Rincker
Book & Drug Co.-
Miss Ila Martin, of Wallace, is visit
ing1 Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Martin this
week, having arrived Saturday.
Mrj;Mj,E.-WattB and Mrs. Sarah
Bangs left Friday evening for Cali
fornia to spend several months,
Mianes Pansy and Mnudo Hill ro
turncd Friday evening from Hastings,
where they spent tho past month.
Mrs. Andrew Scllarmann and children
loft Saturday morning for Grand Island
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Googo Knnoff.
Mrs. Emma Alkiro, of Horshoy, ae
companicd by hor daughter Edith camo
down FriUay to visit the Kosbau family.
During moulting season you can mako
your hens Ijiy by feeding Leo's Egg
Makqr,, 'for sale by the Nyal und Roxali
drugstores. ' 81-5
Mrs. Alonzo Loo, of Paxton, who
visited frionds in this city last week
left Saturday for Lexington to visit rel
atives. Lost A gold broach with diamond
set. Return to the Lender und receive
Mrs. Edwlna Schatz roturnod Satur
day evening from Salt Lako and Ogdon.
where Bho visited relntives for thrto
Mr3. Charles Roynolds entertained
tho Saturday afternoon bridge club
Saturday. Usual refreshments were
Mrs. Gus Chamberlain and son Valda
mar, of Denver, are expected today to
spend Thanksgiving with tho Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cottrell went -to
Fullerton the latter part of last week
to spend Thanksgiving with the latter's
F. L. Messing, formerly of this city,
camo up from Grand Island Friday to
visit friends and attend the dance at
Mrs. M. E. Crosby and baby re
turned Saturday afternoon from Suth
erland whore they vidited relatives
Russell Scofield, Galb Kearney,
Clarence Webb apd Joseph Campbell,
of Wallace, spent last week in this city
Mrs. Alex Fcnwick left Sunday
evening for Cheyonne to spond a week
with her daughter Mrs. Hillard
Miss Cecilia Monahan roturned Sat
urday evening from a short visit in
Omaha and loft yesterday morning foi
During moulting season you can make
your hens lay by feeding Leo'a EggS
Maker, for sale by tho Nyal and Rexnll
Mrs. James McMichaol and Mrs.
Wm. Buldock who havo been visiting
In Omaha and Council Bluffs will return
Miss Gortrude tinker, of the Gothen
burg schools, is expected tomorrow to
visit her parents during the Thanks
Mrs. Harry Mitchell and baby who
havo been visiting relatives in Omaha
for two weeks will return home to
Mrs. Dora Huntmgton, of Lead, S.
D., nrrived hero Saturday evening to
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dell Hunting
ton for two weeks.
.Buys Cody Residence.
Mrs. W. F. Cody sold her residence
on west Fourth street Saturday to Her
shey S. Welch for a consideration of
eight thousand dollars, tho sale includ
ing the half block of land. The houso
is among tho best in town, and the
trees and lawn make it one of the most
nttractiveof the many fine homes in
town. Considering that the house as it
now stands cost fully $10,000, tho price
at which it sold is certainly moderate.
Mr. Welch will occupy it as a home.
vThis week only I will give three ad-
iustments for one dollar. G. E. Dillion
3. C. Room 3 over Star Clo. Co. Phone
I Last Week of Sale.
Federated Crafts' Ball.
Tho federated crafts of the striking
employes of the local Union Pacific
shops, will give there first annual ball
at tho Lloyd opera houso tomorrow
night. For this social event the com
mittee in charge has been active in pre-
Karatlons for several weeks past, and
ave provided everthlpg necessary to
insure a pleasant evening for every at
tendant .Stamp's orchestra, will fur
nish tho music tor tho evening, which
will Include several concert numbers
prior to dancing, thus providing a
pleasing feature for the spectators.
The advance sale of tickets has been
largo, evidence that the efforts of the
committee to secure funds for the bene
fit of the striking employes is meeting
with response among our citizens.
Will have on hand and will take orders
for brass craft articles from now until
ChriBtrrins. Any one interested In same
call at the house. Mrs. I. W. Van
Doran, 901 West 2nd St. tf
Misses Cleo Chnnpoll, Jcnnio Lincoln,
Bessie Smith and Mrs. Nellie Brownell
attended tho teachers' convention in
Mr. Conway, of Nelelgh, was called
horo lasty week by the illness of his
daughter Miss Comfort Conway who is
ill with typhoid fever.
Tho remains of Hazel, tho infnnt
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W.
Anderson, who died last wook, wore
taken to Coznd Saturday for burial.
Como oarly and make your selection
of Gibson water colored Xmas cards.
letters and calendars nt tho Rincker
Hook & Drug Co.
W. XV. Burr, of tho state exporj
montal sub-station . went to Somorsot
yesterday to attend the farmers' insti
tute, lie was accompanied by two of
the instituto speakeis who nro sent out
by tho stato agricultural school.
Miss Gertrude Kobhausen returned
Sunday morning from Kearney after
visiting her aunt Mrs. Wornert for ten
A Bulck of tho 1912 mdel did not
prove quite satisfactory to Tom Hoaley,
and last wook he invested in one of tho
now Hudsons, trading In the Bulck ho
purchased last spring.
Charles Hendy, of Denver, who had
been visiting frionds and transacting
business in Detroit for a couplo of
weeks is spending the day with rela
tives while onroute home.
J. C. Kauffman of the Kauffman &
Wornert Company spent the latter
part of tho week here on business con
nected with hU,10ct 'store In this city.
He roturncd to Grand "'Island Sunday.
Jjhn Dennis, section foreman hero,
left Tuesday for Greece to spond two
or three rnonths. Ho has worked
eight years for tljo U, P. and took
$3,000 nwaywlth him,, Ho is woll sat
isfied with this country and will return
in tho spring. Gothenburg Times.
North Platte HFgV School Foot Ball
team were again victoripjus in tho foot
bnll game at Kearney Friday afternoon.
Their oppononts were tho Kearney
Military Academy and although the
N. P. boys did not open 'up, to their
usual form in the first quarter tho quar
ter back aiid captain inspired the men
in tho second period and as a result
Russell made two touch downs, Norris
kicking goal ouc.li time, In the third
quarter tho boys livened up nnd made
threo touch downs. Bird taking tho
placo of Ryan mndo good gains, as did
Lincoln and Wesburg who made consis
tent gains through the center of tho
lino. Touch downs weromado as follows:
RubsoII 3, Lincoln 1, Bird 1. Russoll
played tho best game opening up. with
most of the good plays of the team nt
tho right tuno and making good gains
when carrying tho ball. Lambert,
Ioster and Ottenatoln played as substi
tutes. The scoro at the end of the
second half stood 31 to 3 in favor of
North Platte. Coach Neville and E. II.
Flowers accompanied tho team.
Engineers Win Award.
An award that is considered a partial
victory for tho 30,000 locomotive engin
eers in their controversy begun Inst
January with tho fifty-two railways
oporating in the territory east of Chi
cago anu norm of Norfolk and Cincin
nati, was announced at Washington
yesterday by the Board of Arbitration
which investigated the questions at
issue. It grants certain increased com
pensation and improved and uniform
rules of service rcmicsted bv the engi
neers, but holds that a general increase
of wages on all roads is not warranted
upon the basis of the evidence pre
sented. ' The board found that on some roads
and for certain classes of service, the
compensation wna too small and, there
fore introduced into the award the prin
ciple of a minimum wpge for the entire
district. The award, which dates back
to May 1 last, and will stand for one
year, settles the most important Ameri
can labor dispute submitted since the
nnthracite coal strike in 1902.
The twenty per cent discount, sale '.which has been
in progress at The Leader since October 15th, will
close Saturday evening, November 30th.
Thousands of customers have taken advantage of
this great discount on seasonable merchandise, and in
every instance they have been satisfied with ' their
purchases. It has been a great merchandising event for
North Platte, and has ' proven one of the most satis
f actor sales ever inaugurated byThe Leader,
Those who have not patronized this sale, should
take advantage of this last week; this opportunity to
purchase seasonable and reliable merchandise at an
absolute discount of twenty per cent.
Don't overlook our Thanksgiving sale of Linens.
. First Class Cleaning and Pressing.
For first class cleaning and pressing
seo the Lennox Tailors and Cleaners.
Just established. Corner Sixth and Lo
cust, upstairs 1-2. Goods called for and
delivered. All work guaranteed. Phone
09. Mills & Levin, Props.
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Tho session of the 600 club Friday
evening at tho Strcitz home, with
Mrs. Streitz and Mrs. McDonald
as hostesses, was the most largely
attended of tho season, twelve
tables being occupied by the players of
tho gamo. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Her
shey and daughter Helen, now enroute
to California, and Mr. and Mrs. James
Ware nnd daughter Margaret, of Blair,
were out of town guests, andin addition
to theso there were several couples of
young folks as guests. Tho evening was
pleasantly spent and at the conclusion
of tho games a two-course lunch was
Had you oVor considered that the
silver your grandmother owned is ono
of tho few heir looms that remain in
your own fnmily. Don't you think the
purchaso of somo real good silver
would be wise, itwould be handed down
to your children and be a trensuredheir
loom to them as well as a great joy
to your family. Wo have the now colon
ial designs. Dixon, The Jeweler.
Gus, Harry and Sam Karavas and
George Hartlamus and VlaBsir Rara
mon, five Greek section men, Gus was
tho foreman, left Tuesday night for
Greece, on a call from their country to
fight tho Turks. The threo, brothers
take $3000.00 of good U. S. money
with them and say that they are com
ing back as soon as the war is over.
Tho Ladies Auxiliary of the B. of L.
E. held a reception nnd card party at
tho K. P. hall Friday evening. Pro
gressive high fivo was played, Mrs.
George Troxler and XV. L. Lawhead
winning tho greatest number of games.
Consolation tokens Woro presented to
A'ex Fenwick nnd Mrs. John Dick. An
enjoyable lunch was served at midnight
in the dining room.
Mrs. Ernest Pollack, of Ln Grande.
Ore., who spent tho past four months
with her brothers, Messrs Joseph
nnd Sebastian Schwaiger, left for home
Mrs. Mary Anderson, of Glenwood,
la., who had beon the guest of hort
sister Mrs. Nels Rasmassen for two
months, roturned homo yesterday
Charles McNanmra returned Sunday
evening from tho eastern part of tho
state whore ho spent fivo weoks on
November 28th, 112.
"A Day of Feast and Good Cheer."
We have had been untiring in our effort, and have secured for your
table the finest line of FRUIT and VEGETABLES the world's market
Don't fail to call and Inspect our line of GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
Wo submit a few Items for your
Plain Olives Chow Chow
Jams, Jellies and Preserves
Corn on Cob
Golden llallawec Dates
Pimento Stuffed Olives
Sweet, Sour and Dill Pickles
Green and White Asparagus Tips
Early June Peas
Golden Wax Beans
v Small Red Beets
Lhnon Cling Peaches
. Green Gage Plums
5 Golden Pumpkin
Imported Smyrna Figs
' Glace Cherries and Pineapple
Filberts 'Seeded Raisins
Notice for Publication.
To Hans Peterson non-resident
defendant; .you are hereby noti
fied that onthe 10th day of
May. 1912, Sophia Peterson filed a
petition against you in tho District
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
tho object and prayer of which are to
obtain a divorce from you on the ground
that you have wilfully abandoned tho
plaintiff without good cause for the
term of two years last past. You are
required to answer said petition on or
before Monday 21st day of Jan., 1913.
Sophia Peterson, Plaintiff,
By Muldoon & Gibbs, her Attys.
Small Stringless Beans
Coffee and Tea of tho finest Quality.
The Taste Tells.
pleased to recommend the CLUB HOUSE
line and "OCCIDENT" Flour.
H. L. GREESON,
The Quality Grocery Phone 32
Farm For Sale.
The northeast quarter (nej) section
twenty-four (24) township thirteen (18)
range thirty (30) about Boven miles
xwthenst of North Plntto on south side
of Plntte river, all smooth land near
nills, good buildings, fifteen acres in
nlfalfa, one of best farms in Platte
valley. Prico $10,000.00. Terms, half
insh, balance on easy timo at 7 per
cent interest. Address Joseph Hershey
North Platto, Neb.
Short Orders at Popular Prices.
25c Luncheon from 12 M., to
MR.S F. T. GARVIN, Prop.
Notice for Publication.
Patrick J. Conwav and Mrs. Patrick
J. Conway, his wife, and nil parties
claiming any right or interest in and to
lots seven (7) and eight (8) in block
twelve (12) of Miller's Addition to the
I city of North Platte will take notice
that on the 0th day of November, 1912,
the plaintiff, Charles P. Ross, filed his
petition in the district court of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, against said defen
dants, and each of them, the object
and prayer of which petition is to have
the title to lots seven (7) and eight (8)
in block twelve (12) of Miller's Addi
tion to the city of North Platte quieted
and confirmed in him on the grounds
and for thp reason that said plaintiff
has been in the open, notorious, exclu
sive and adverse possession of said lots
claiming to bo the owner therof for
more than ten years prior to the 6th
day of November, 1912, and that by
reason of said adverse possession said
plaintiff is now tho owner in fee simple
of each and every part and portion of
said lots seven (7) and eight (8) in
block twelve (12) of Miller's Addition
to the city of North Platte. -"
You and each of you are required'' to
answer said petition on or before Mon
day tho Gth day of January, 1913.
Dated thisSth day of November,
1912. Charles P. Ross.
By Muldoon & Gibbs, His Attorneys.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.
Tho Slate of Nebraska, Lincoln county, ss.
In tha County Court.
In the matter of tho estate of William L.
To the creditors, heirs, leiratecs, and othorB in
terested In the estate of William L. Douglas, de
ceased. ..Ta? ,no,tlc. that Rcb-rt L. Douela.
has tiled in tho county court a rnnnrt .f
his doings as administrator of said estate, and it
is ordered that the tamo stand for hearing th
17th day of Dec. A. D.. 1912. beforo the court
at the hour of 9 o'clock, a. m., at which timo any
person interested may appear and except to and
contest tho Bnmo And notlco of this proceeding is
ordered given in the North Platto Tribune, n
semi-weekly newspaper, printed in said county
for three successive weeks prior to said dato of
Wltnees my hand and the seal of the county
court at North l'latte, Nebraska, this 21st nay of
IW. A D., 1912.
n2C3 .IOHN fiHANT. County Judce
Taken up on section 21, town 11,
rango 30, in Lincoln county, by the
undersigned, threo mares, two sorrels
and one bay branded NE on left hip,
nged about six years; one bay stallion,
3 year old; one bay and ono brown
mare G years old, three bay geldings,
2 nnd 3 year old, one sorrel mare 3 year
old, ono yearling brown colt. Owner
is requested to call, prove property,
pay charges and take animals away.