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From our Magnificent Stock
What shall I give? That's the question that has been bothering you more or less for this part few weeks. To
give a satisfactory answer to that question we have spent months in selecting the finest stock of Holiday goods we
have ever hud the good fortune to own. Here you will find something to suit your fancy. Perhaps it will be a gem
or a piece of silverware or a fine watch. The one way the best way to settle the perplexing Christmas gift prob
lem is to visit our store and look over the beautiful array of presents. Goods to suit all and prices to suit all. That's
the keynote of the season here. Call in soon before all the choicest gifts are gone.
HERE'S A FEW SUGGESTIONS.
Diamond Rings, Pendants, Brooches, Studs, Link Buttons, Scarf Pins; Etc.. a large assortment of watches for
ladies' men's and boy's, signet set and emblem rings, table sets, umbrellas, fanfty pipes for the men? These are-a few
of the new goods we have. Spend a few moments with us whhn you are down town .
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS. "
CLINTON 9 The Bizzy Jeweler
OR. 0. U.
over tho McDonald
Local and Personal.
Attorney A. Muldoon transacted busi
ness In Ogalalla the first of this week.
Miss Hattio Hatfield loft Wednesday
for Pax ton to visit relatives for a few
Mrs. Dorr Tarkington, who has bean
ill for somo time, is greatly improved
Dr. II. C. Brock roturncd Wednesday
from a brief business visit in Gothen
burg. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Ritnor left Tues
day for Gsndy to spend a few days on
Mrs. 0. W. Sizomoro and children
are spending this week with Herahey
Mrs. Frank Wjnkleman loft Tuesday
afternoon for Sidnoy to spend a week
with frionds:. y
Mrs. W. H. LaDioyt left yesterday
morning for Storling to spend a few
days with frtends.
ArthuP'Hartiwig roturncd tp Paxton
JVednosday 'after spending a, fow days
here on business.
Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder returned
Wednesday f Am a two weeks, stay at
Mrs, James Fitzpatrick roturncd
Wednosdny from a week's visit with
her sister in Laramie.
Tho Baptist ladies will hold an ex
change at Howe & Moloney's store
Satuidny, Novomber 29th.
Tho All Star foot ball toam will play
the High School eleven on the local
grounds on .Friday, Dec, Gth.
Herbert Tramp and Max VonGoatz
loft tho fjnt of tho week to spend n
week hunting near Oshkosh.
Mrs. John Steinwall and children left
WeqWsday morning for Big Springs to
-vjsit rojatlves for a wook.
Mrs1. JEliza'both Crnigio loft WednesJ
day morning for Paxton to Bpond the
week end With hor daughter.
William Sadlo and sister Anna loft
"Wednesday morning for Big Springs to
spend Thanksgiving with friends.
Miss Alfa McKinley, of York, ar
rived Tuesday evening to spend two
woukB, with her undo Mac Wostfall.
Mr. arid'Mrs. Albert Durbin aro en
joying a visit from the former's father
Joseph JDurhin of Itanchcstor, Wyo.
Mrs. John McEvoy was called hero
Wednesday from Denver by?tho Borlpus
illness of hor mother-in-law Mrs. P.
II. McEvoy. v-
Mrs. Andrew Schnrmaijn. and child
ren have returned from a Bh6rt visit
with tho former's sister in Grnnd
Island.. , '
Victor Halligan, who ia n student at
tho State University, camo Wednesday
morning to spend Thanksgiving with
Irs. John Munlck, of Hooper, nr
rid Wednesday evening to spend a
week or longer with her mother Mrs.
Mrs." James Rannlu and daughter
Bessie wont to Omaha Wednosduy
morning to spend two weeks with Mrs.
Charles Terrell. V
Mrs. Telitz, mother of Mrs. Harry
York of this city, has sold hor farm
and house furnishings at Hershoy nnd
will movo hero'noxt weok.
J. II. Garvin loft Wednesday morn
ing for Cozad to remain n week.
Jack Woodcox, of Elm Greek, was in
town Wednesday transacting business.
Mrs. Joseph Jessup expects to leave
this week to spend a fow days with
A baby girl was born tho first of the
week to Mr. and Mrs. Talmago White
Mrs. J. Bs Redfield will entertain tho
M. M. Mr-Club Tuesday afternoon of
Mrs. Sebastian Schwaiger hns re
turned from a week's visit with Den
B. L. Robinson who has been criti
caliy ill for several weeks is reported
Mrs. Hoyt Hart and daughter, 'of
Paxton, uro spending this weok with
the Salisbury family.
Mrs. John Show, of Hershoy, came
down yosterday morning to visit friends
Fino lino of musical instruments just
rscoivod. Rinckeh Book & Diiug Co".
Miss Isabello Skinner spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with friends in
r Mesdamcs Will Powers and Al Brown
returned Wednesday morning from a
short visit in Omaha.
Mrs. Ralph Smith and sons left Wed
nesday evening for Kearney to spend
a few days with relatives.
William Connors, of Wood River, is
expected Sunday to attend tho K. C.
banquot and visit Frank Dunn.
Polico Judge Fred Warren returned
Wednesday from Omaha where ho
spent n week giving socialist lectures.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A.Hilton, of Far
nam, who were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
T. H. Maiteller loft this this morning
Misses Vera CarrlganandZita Waula
mont, of Cheyenne, arrived Wednesday
morning to visit Misses Mario Martini
and Dorethy Hubbard.
Miss Mayme McMichoal loft Tuesday
evening for Sidney to spend a week
with Miss Graco King nfter which sho
will visit frionde in Denver.
Come early and mako your selection
of Gibson water coluied Xmas cards,
letters and calendars at tho Rincker
Book & Drug Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smith have ns'
tholr guest this week tho lattor's
mothor Mrs. George Patterson, who
nrrivod tho fore part of this week.
yr. nnd Mrs. Lom Bailey ontor
tortnined n number of friends at a 7
o'tlock dinner Sunday evening in honor
of their fifteenth Aveddingnnniversary.
J. F. Conway, of Nclolgh, Nebr.,
who was cnlled hero last week by tho
illness of his daughter Miss Comfort
Conway, roturncd homo Wednosdny
Fivo room frnmcfhoual; modern ex
cept heat, Nico lawn arid trecH. Fivo
blocks south from central school house.
New property, Price $2400.
C. F. Thmi'u:.
Miss Grace Paytfo nislstod by Miss
Maude Owens entertained tho Girls'
Friendly society yery pleasantly at tho
Payne homo Tuesday evening. A nicely
picparcd lunch was Borvcd,
Edward Blnegar and Miss Lena
Mary Pullin, of Sutherland, wero
granted a marriage license Wednesday
by County Judgc Grant. Tho murrmge
took pluco yesterday at tho homo of
Dave McConnell is Premier Sugar Beet Grower.
Nearly new 8-room house, water and
suworugo connections. Easy paymont
on part of purchase prico. For partic
ulars inquire of C. P. Martin, 802 East
Sixth street, North Platto. 8G-4
The Grand Island sugar factory gives
Dave McConnell, who lives west of
Hershey, the credit of being tho premier
sugar beet grower, and accords to him
tho honor of having the largest average
yield of beets so for reported to the
factory. Mr. McConnell raised 29.1
tons of beets to the acre for a throo
acre field, an income of $43G.G0 from
tho three acros. Mr. McConnell en
tered five or six sugar beets in the
American Land & Irrigation Company
exposition at Madison Square Garden,
Now York, where they are now on
view. It hardly seems possible for
any grower to get such a large yield
of sugar beets but in order to secure
admusion to tho exposition, the yield
must bo weighed ahd certified to by a
notary public and Mr. McConnell has
tho legal papers to prove his case. One
of his beets weighed 27 pounds and is
now on exhibition at the bank of
Lincoln county, at Hershey.
Local and Personal.
Joe Gcise, of Brady, transacted busi
ness in the city the first of this weok.
Harold Carrigan, of Cheyenne, spent
a fow days this week with George
Miss Bnrbara McGuire has accepted
n position in the suit department of
Mrs. Albert Culton haB leiigned her
position in tho suit department of the
of the Hub.
Robert Dickey left today for Paxton,
Ogalalla and other western towns on
Lawrenco Carpenter left yesterday
morning for Paxton to spend the week
end with friends.
Mr. and Earl Carpenter left Tuesdny
for Roosevelt, Ariz., afterftn extended
visit with relatives.
Miss Gladys Shelton left Wednesday
morning for Paxton to spend Thanks
giving with relatives.
Mrs. George Field left Tuesday after
noon for Omaha to spend a week or
moro with frionds.
Miss Mabel Knight, of Choyenno,
arrived Wednesday evening to visit
Miss Hazel Smith for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Edwards, of
Brady, are spending this weok with
the latter's parents Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bybee and chil
dren loft Wednesdny morning for
Grand Island to visit relatives for a
Miss Maudo Wiseman, of Cozad,
who spent tho past week with Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Cottrell, returned homo
Miss Ednn Welnheber, of Chiacgo,
who visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Rincker
last weok while onrouto homo from
tho Colorado, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy, of
Melrose, Minn., spent tho foro part of
this week in town while enrouto to tho
Monahan-Kennedy wedding at Lisco.
Tho Catholic Girls Club wore en
tertained nt a thentro party at tho Pat
last ovening. After the show tho young
ladies wero taken to Kelihor's refresh
Toyland is complete nt tho Rincker
Book & Drug Co.
Dr. T. J. Kerr, of this city, contrib
utes to the current number of Outdoor
Sport an account of his recent hunting
trip in Montana. A photograph shows
tho Doctor standing near his "first
Tho members of tho A. O. U. W.
lodge held a mooting Mondny evening
and further considored tho proposition
of erecting n building on their lot on
west Sixth street. Tho question was
discussed from nil angles, but no
definito action was taken.
Money to Loan.
on furniture.pinnos or any thing of good
value on your plain noto if steadily em
ployed; pay back in small weekly or
monthly payments. Mrs. B. F. Wilcox
son 510 East -1th St. Office in residence,
hours 9 a. in. to 4 p. in.
Death of Mrs. P. H. McEvoy.
-Mrs. Patrick H. McEvoy died at 4
o'clock Wednesday afternoon nt her
home on west Sixth street.
, Death followed an illness of six
weeks, during which time she . was
confined to her bed and suffered in
tense pain. Two weeks ago her mal
ady was pronounced incurable by
the attending physician and the end Was
hourly oxpected. Death was due to
yellow jaundice and eczema.
Mrs, McEvoy was one of the pioneer
women of North Platto coming here in
the early days, sharing tho discom
forts and dangers of the times with
unflinching spirit and doing her part
toward the betterment of conditions.
On August 23, 1877 Laura Nixon was
married to P. H. McEvoy at Fort Mc
Pherson. To this union thirteen child
ren were born, nine of which are living.
They are Mrs. Charles Crosby, Misses
Laura and Nellie McEvoy, Messrs.
James, Frnnk, Charlie, Harry, Fred and
Arthur and an adopted daughter Eleanor.
Otherjserviving relatives our her sisters
Mip. Mary Colby, of Trinidad, Colo.,
Mrs. Kate Countroll, of Industry) and
a brother William Clark of Illinois.
Mrs. McEvoy died at the age of fifty
two. She was a devoted mother, an
affectionate wife and was known by her
chari table acts.
The funeral will be held tomorrow
morning from the Catholic church.
Baby Rings, Charm lockets, pins and
braclets at .Clinton's, Tjfie Bizzy
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Tho man with a big fat turkey has a yiAAViS
GIVixc DIjXKBH onoo.n your. Tho man with '
big fnt bnnk account litis a ZThanksgiving dinner
EVERY DAIr. Thunksglving is in the heart, and
knowing that yon aro comfortably Fixed makes
a real thanksgiving. Our bank is a sale place to
put your money. rc will treat you courteously
and help you with advice. Come to our bank and
S Do YOUR banking with
The First National Bank,
Ol XOIZTII JI,ATTIS, ATJ3BI?AS7tA.
The L,ai-gcst Sank in Western Nebraska.
The Eastern Star kensington will
meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
P. G. Gilman.
, Weather forecast: fair tonight and
Saturday not much change in tempera
ture. Highest temperatnro yesterday
58, a year ago 18; lowest temperature
last night 20, a year ago 4.
Farm For Sale.
The northeast quarter (nej) section
twenty-four (21) township thirteen (IS)
range thirty (80) nbout seven miles
outheast of North Platte on south side
pf Platte river, all smooth land near
mils, good buildings, fifteen acres in
alfulfn, one of best farms in Platte
valley. Price $10,000.00. Terms, half
iash, balance on nsy time at 7 per
cent interest. Address Josfph Heishey
North Platte, Neb.
Mrs. Horace Barraclough and child
ren, of Needles, Calif., who were guosts'
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Sluder, have returned home.
Will have on hand and will take order
for brass craft articles from now until
Christmas. Any one interested in same
call at the house. Mrs. I. W. Van
Doran, 901 West 2nd St. tf
Have You Plumbing Troubles?
Is there need for repairs everv few
dayB? Is your bathroom modern and
uxuriantly comfortable? Are the
kitchen arrangements convenient and
saimuryj ii not,
Send For Our Plumber.
Not only are wo' experts at repsir
work, but there will be little need for
repairs if we install vour nlnmhinw
You'll be surprised atourfairestimstes
u you "talk price" with us.
R. F. STUART,
Shop Phont G9. Res. Phone G83
Corner bi.ith and Locust.
Hot Water Bottles and
Syringes our Specialty.
We have juot received direct
from factory our new line. Note
Rubber complexion brushes .25
Bulb syringes red rubber. . .$1.00
2-qt hot water bottle 75
3-qt hot-water bottle 1.00
2-qt fountain rapid flow
3-qt fountain syringe 1.15
2-qt combination syringe and
hot water bottle 1.50
3-qt combination syringe and
whirlpool spray syringes. . 2.25
All rubber goods are guaranteed
from one to three years.
Wp carry extra tubes and
fittings for bottles and syringes.
For mail or express add 25c.
Stone Drug Co.,
Singers with George Evans' Honey Boy Minstrels at the Keith Wednesday, Dec. 4th.
Jim Doherly, Joseph Gillespie, James Meehan and Jack Kennedy.