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Stole Htotoric.nl Society TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., NOVEMBER 17, t9u. Nn. 79 will ATCRDAY, NOVEMBER THE 1: " for 'I i C. Outfitter and TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS Mn8tor Darrcll Healey Is threatened -with pneumonia. Rev. M. E. Johnson wont to Ogalalla Tuesday to hold services. Miss Maude Burgner, who has been trimming in eastern cities, is visiting relatives in town. Mrs. E. C. Plummor roturned last night from a two days visit in Suther land and Ogalalla. Cut glass that out Bparklcs any other .afc Dixon's,, 'Mrs. Chester Mason, of Upton, Wyo., arrived hero Tuesday night to visit her si3ter Mrs. G, W. Anderson. Miss Margaret Fredericks left Wed nesday morning for Sutherland to spend a 'fortnight with friends. ''M. E.1 tfdardman roturned Tuesday Afternoon fromDonver, after spending a weok thoro on business and pleasure. 'Miissrai W. R. Malonov. F. C. Plel- stickeV and C. W. Walter spent Wed nesday in Hershey at tho Farmers' Institute. Miss Jennie Randolph, one of tho local teachers, is enjoying a visit from her sister, who arrived u few days .ago fromDonver. Deputy Wilson, of Grand Island, who transacted business at the local 'tele phono ofilco this week, loft Tuesday afternoon. J. W. Wilson, of What Cheer, la., who has been tho guest of his brother B, M. Wilson for a week past, left yes ttsrday for Grand Island. Mrs. Guy Swone pleasantly enter tained tho Swastika Club Wednesday afternoon at their first meeting this season. Card games were played, a nlco lunch was served and all present spent an enjoyable afternoon. Does your jewelry need repair. Our jewelry repair department will (givo you the best of service. Dixon, Tho Jeweler. Tho card party on Tuesday afternoon given by Mosdames E. F. Seeberger, Joseph Hayes and Charles Austin, at the homo of tho former, was enjoyed by fifty lady friends. Twelve tables were arranged for popular card games after which an elaborato two course lunch was served. Misses Hannah Kelihor, Ida Ottenstein, Goldman of Omaha, and Danbaum of Des Moines, assisted Tho Catholic choir and a few friends from this city were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trovillo at their homo west of town last evening. Tho jolly crowd loft town at five o'clock yoster day afternoon nnd upon arriving par- ing was epont in card games, dancing and other entertaining features during WHICH Hh111' IviiKaituivH'.B The host and hostess wero highly com pliment il IS l-nUTlUHIl'IB. After a delay of four weeks dufe to the non-arrival of my store fixtures, I am glad to announce to the i people of North Platte and your inspection. O WEINGAND for Men Boys. Syl Trusty, of Wallace, is spending a few days in the city. , E. W. Mann left Wednesday morn ing for Gothenburg to transact busi ness. Mrs. Callander, of Gandy, is visiting Sheriff and Mrs. I. L. Miltonberger this week. Sam Westfall returned Tuesday from Grand Island, whero he spent several days on buslnes. Tim Kelihor roturned to Chicago Tuesdaj after a short visit with rela tives in tho city. Miss Maymo Johnson, who has been visiting relatives for several weeks, will return to Brady tomorrow. For Sale-rlOO head of Shoats and Hogs. Inquire of Miner Hinman. Miss Alta Bonhnm returned to Suth erland Tuesday evening after spending several days with friends here. ' Mrs. Jennio Calhoun returned Tues day afternoon f rom , Kearney i whore sho visited her mother for ten days. Misd Alta Thompson, of Perkins county, arrived Wednesday morning to spend two weeks with Miss Pauline Baldock. J. A. White, of Nebraska City, ar rived tho first of tho week to visit his sistor Mrs. A. S. Chamberlain, while enrouto to Seattle. Dr. Smith, of Big Spring, spent yes terday in town while enrouto home 1 rom umana wnere ne was caned by tho illness of his wife. For Rent Good eitrht room framo dwelling near 2nd ward school. BUCHANAN & rATTERSON. Mr. W. M. McConnell and daughter, of Clarks, who spent the past week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Chbrpennlng, returned homo Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thomas left a few days ago for Indiana to reside. For some timo nast thov have been re siding a few miles southeast of town. A larce hoc welching 783 pounds at tracted much attention at tho express ofilco Wednesday. It was shipped hore from Lincoln to tho experimental sub station. Mesdames E. F. Seebergor, Chan. Austin and J, B. Hayes entertained thirty ladies at a kcnsinjgton Wednes day. At tho cloBo a nice lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gray and family who have been residing on the Turpio ranch, left tho first ofthe week for In diana whero they resided previous to coming here last year. For Rent One 8 room house, west 5th St,, electric light, bath and Bowor connec tions. Ono 8 room house west Cth St,, olec trio liirht'nnd bath. One four room cottnge, electric light .1 '..!.. ....... r. u ' i - . 1 uiiu uity vyuhji. , Inqufro 1173 west Cth of Mrs. L. M. Richards, vicinity that ,my store, ' 18th Clothing; Goods, Hats LOCAL MENTION. Mrs. Fablintrer. of Gandv. is Btiend- ing this week Th town. Chas. Pass Sr.. returned Tuesday evening from a short trip to Grand Island. Mac Sheedv purchased a half interest in tho Forstedt harness shop Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Daisy Mnrr, of-Gandy. has been a guest at, tho Miltonberger homo for sovcrai uayapast Butler Miltonbergor returned to Lin coln tlje firstof tho week after spend ing a week with his parents. Frank Wvman was injured the first of the week by a horse which fell on his limb and fractured it Mrs. Frank Neuman. of Grand Island. arrived in this city Wednesday after noon to visit relatives for some time. Con Schnrmnn, of Omnha, will leave Sunday after spending a week with his mother nnd other relatives. A. M. Locke spent Tuesday in Lex ington, whero he was Bubpoenned as witness in tho Shivors-Smith caso. J. Marquard opened a restaurant Sunday in tho rooms formorly used by J. E. Vermillion as the. Brooklyn Cafe. 0. 0. Baird of Detroit, has been in the city for several days assisting Wm. Shuman in demonstrating tho E. M. F. cars. , Dr. and Mrs Lucas have rented rooms ovor tho Keith theatre nnd moved into their new apartments Wed nesday, Mr. and Mrs. Draper, of West 8th St , aro rojoiclng over tho nrrivnl of a baby boy which was born to them Wed nesday evening, Mrs. T. B. Dawson, of Sidney, is visiting Attorney and Mrs, J, S.,Hoag land this week, whilo enrouto' home from Kearney. Thomas Yonda returned last night from Lexington, where he was called to give testimony in tho ShivorB-Smith case tho first of tho week. "Jack" Kenney submitted Tto an operation at tho Twinem hospital Wed nesday from which ho is recovering in a satisfactory manner. Greatest lino of Mooro's nnd Water man's non-lcakablo Fountain Pens from $2.00 up. Wo personally guarantee every pon. Rincker's Book Store. Richie Ugai purchased a $900 electric mission piano from tho Hcrshoy Co,, of Omaha, and his patrons are now enjoying all the up to date music. F. H. McLaln, of Lincoln, the state pure food and drug inspector, is spend ing this week In town oxnmlning tho different business houses and bakeries. China Kiln For Sale. I, offer for sale my china kiln for $G0. Purchaser may uso it whoro it stands until after Christmas if they so desire, Address Maude B. Turnle, 2521 12th. Ave,, Onkland Calif. TT flH 18T ! - Furnishing and Shoes. Attorney Wm. Shuman transacted business in Hershey Wednesday. Ed Goodman left last evening for Omaha to transact business for sovernl days. Chns. Tomplo spent Wednesday in Horshoy attending tho Farmors' Insti tute. Mrs. Fred Westenfold ontcrtnincd tho Lutheran aid society yesterdny afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Johnson, of Garfield, aro spending this week with friends in town. Dr. Footo, of Omaha, spent Wednes day in town assisting in operations at tho Twinem hospital. Dr. J. K. Elms loft Wednesday morning for points on tho branch to tyond tho romnindor of the week. Miss MaUdo Jones very plensantly entertained a dozen young ladies last evening at an informnl kensington. Delicate refreshments wore served at tho close. Miss Lena Wnngon entertained tho J. D. girls Wednesday evening at an enjoyable kensington. The refresh ments wero nicely .prepared and ap propriate to tho season. boverai bushels or apples wero stolen from tho Rush Mercantile applo room m tne smau mcuonaiu butiuing on Sixth street Wednesday evening. Tho night prowlers entered tho south window which was found broken nnd tho sash torn away, Books at SO Cents. Wo have 1200 of tho popular novols at CO cents each. They include tho works of tho best novelists. Rincker's Book Store. Keith Theatre, The Eminent Comedian TIM MURPHY, And an Excellent Company, Including Dorothy Sherrod. vMfxnmmMmimm LOCAL AND PERSONAL Messrs M. Hosier nnd Geo. Winko witch will loavo shortly on a hunting trip In points west. Miss Nina VanDoran left yestortlay afternoon for Gothenburg to spend a week visiting friends there. Mrs. Frank Brutzcr nnd children have roturned from a short visit with relntivcs in Grand Island. Brakvman Geo. Lanik and wifo re turned yesterday from Hershey after spending a week with friends. Mrs. B. A. Spafford, of Garfield, is visiting friends in tho city, whilo en routo to Wnsco to vislthcr son. Mrs. Henry Krosbnu expects to leave tho last of tho month for Omahu nnd Lincoln to spend several weeks, . Wnntcd A good girl for general housework. Inquire of Mrs. Wm Cun ningham, East Front St Edmund Erb nnd Noblo Anderson, of Gothenburg, wero among tho out of town pooplo, who spent Wednesday hero. Tho Ladles Auxiliary of tho B. of L. F. and E. will hold a social at the home of Mrs. Ed. Ogior on Tuesday aftornoon. Miss Tillio Krosbau, of tho Doolittlu confectionary store, will leavo in" a short time for Lincoln to spend a month. John Mang returned Wednesday evening from Omaha whoro ho visited his wifo who is recovering from an operation. Tho county commissioners havo been in session for sovernl days. Tho pro ceedings of tho board will be published in our next issue. McBdamoB Charles LIcrk and Will Anderson will entertain tho members of tho Royal Neighbors at tho K-. P. hall on Tuesday afternoon Novcmbor 21st Our fall line of Hull Brothers famous umbrellas are now on displny. DIXON. Tho Jeweler. Members of the Rebokah lodco aro requested to bo present at the hall thtb ovonlng, when initiatory coromonios will be held and officers for tho ohsuing term elected. Simon Bros, havo Installed ten hot air heating plnnts this fall nnd haV orders for two or threo moro. Thtiso plants am cheap compared with-Qt water and seem to be very eastisfactpry to usors. Rehearsels for tho entertainment which will bo given by tho strikers , in1 Connection with the Keith picture shw1 diVNov.'SMth and2Gtl), boan Wednes day evening- A dozen ormb'ro "tnlentb'd young pooplo will tako part and' 'tho, affair is in chargo of tho' Misses Anna and Josephine O'Harc. ' Christmas Goods. Our Christmas goods aro arriying dnily nnd are being placed for your in spection. Como in now and mako your selections nnd havo them laid away if you wish. Rincker's Book Store. KEITH THEATRE WEDNESDAY, WM. A. BRADY, Ltd, Present! the Funniest Play Ever Written BABY MINE by Margaret Mayo. Direct from a Solid Years Run at Daly's Theatre, New York City. "Baby, Mino" is sending a gala of laughter around tho world. It is now In its sdcond year at Sir Charles Wyntiham's Crltorian- Thentro, London, within threo months "Baby Mlno" will bo played in Borlin, Vienna, Puris, Melbourne and St. Petersburg. You can't Btop ablg laugh llko "Baby Mino. Seats for "Buby Prices 50c 75c Tuesday, PRICES 50O TO S1.50. SEAT SALE NOW OPEN- ,. City CoBHcil Meeting. 1f The ' clt ,t council hefd a postponed mc'oting Tuesday evening; at' which' the' principal business transacted was tho nllnwnnrn nf thn rlnlmn nn filo Inrltnl. ing. tho salary list A request wns received from F. H. Thompson asking that a triangular strip of ground owned by hirrt, south of tho irrignti6n ditch, be withdrawn from mo city nmits. ino ncnring wns set for tho first meeting in December. Chimin Vi!nlnnil nakixl ru.r-mla'.lnn in .final t11nf n f 11 mtm -i ,1 r n n.nt. wviioiubii uv .lie, WWII VApi'lieu I, u uao- walk on Dowoy street opposite hlsplaco of business. This wns referred to the Committee on streets. "laky Miae." Mnrcnrot Mavo's nlav. "Babv Mino" will bo revealed at tho Keith theatre Nov. 22 by a clover compBny of players unuer tne direction or wm. A. jurauy. Ltd. "Baby Mlno" comes with a record of ono solid year ntDaly'athcatro, Now York, and Is now ncaring its Rocond year at Sir Charles Wyndhnm's Criter ian theatre In London. Productions aro shortly to bo made in Paris, Berlin, Vienna, St Petersburg and Australia. Tho farcial possibilities of "Baby Mino" aro obvious, and Margaret Mayo, tho author, is said to have handled them with unusual ingenuity and skill. Indeed, no comedy 'within memory S said to have surpassed this in its swift, cotnpnet technique. It will be presented here with an excellent company of players, and mako an hilarious ovoning's entertainment Thh Murphy. aiiji Tuij a wiiivujr, aiiu .ion Code", promises to explain why th,e house big enough to hold two families has hot yet been built "It 1b not," as Tim Mr. Murphy satu in an interview; "a matter of too much mother-in-law bo r much as an infrequent revision of the uncodified laws of petticoat, govern ment All such governments aro In need of a now codo elastic in restric tions, charitable In effects, reversible in judgment, mutual in confidence, lovo, freedom nnd tending but to ono broad result happiness." Likely, Mr. Murphy is right, or has also made tho discovery that whero there is a mother-n-lnw, there, tpo, is to bo located a idaughtor-in-law, nnd again tho old proyorb of tho "Smoko and the Fire" Is given the atamp of truth. "The Now Codo" will be presented at the Keith next Tuesday evening. Seventh-Day Adveatiut Church. Regular services as follows: 2 :0Q P, M. Sabbath school. 3:00 P. M. tireach- Ing. On Sunday evening nt 7:50 P.rM. TitvAi'lilriHiirvipn also. ' lW'in'rtlntr On Sunday evening and continuing lach Sunday evening 'thoro' -Will be . given illustrated lectures, on, hq propbeelts' of Danipl. All are wolcomo. C. II, Miller, Pastor Dwelling for Sale. ' The finely locutdd comer lot and brick 1 dwelling nt J120 West Fourth St., car. bo bought nt very reasonable price, and oacy torms. ' Buchanan & Patterson, RE November 22nd, Mine" Now on Sale.. $1.00 and $1.00. Nov. 21. In his Latest Laugh-Compelling Comedy "The NeW' , Code." ByEi F. DOANE.