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Before You Buy a Ring
Be Sure You See the Q. C. No such ring values were ever offered before!. You are guaranteed for all time against lost stones (except emmonas;. Ciaroiteed RiMfi are maryelously beautiful. Over 2,000 design. From $2.00 up.4 Look for Q. C stamp inside each ring. Come in and get free Uirthetoae card. For Sale by Clinton, The Jeweler. : BR. 0. H. CRESSLER, S Graduate Bealisf. 5 Office over the McDonald . flUte Bank. LOCAL AND PERSONAL " Mrs. M. II. Douglas left Tuesday evening for Kearney to upend several days. W. P. Bryon, of Gothenburg, spent the early part of tho week in town on business. ' , Robert Myrhad and Miss Myrtlo P. Moon, of Elm Creek wore married Tuesday evening by Judge Grant. W P. Synder, of the Experimental Sub Station, will leave Saturday for Upland to spend some time on business. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, of Choyonno, arrived In town Tuesday afternoon to viBit tho lattor'B mother Mrs. W. A. Gregg. Miss Mamie Plzcr, who. is attending Wolfo Hall in Denver, will arrive next week to visit her parents during tho Christmas vacation. Mrs. Hoyt Hart and daughter, of Paxton, who had been visiting her mother Mrs. Lena Salisbury for several weeks, left Wednesday morning. Friends In town received word Wed nesday of the death of Mrs. S. Taplqy, who lived near Gandy, Death was duo to ailmcnta customary to oll age. A big line of ladies' Mean Dags, some thing new 3.60 to 10.00.311k and Velvet Bags the new bead bags. Clinton, The Jeweler. t , Mrs. Letha Demrick, who spent the past two months in town with her mother Mrs. L. L. Gray, left for her home in the eastern part of the state Wednesday morning. Allison Wilcox has accepted a posi tion on thetftossel Fowled ranch in Maxwell. Miss Gcnovcivo dttenstein will begin work in tho Clinton Jewelry Store Monday morning. Christmas packages of Palmer's Per fume; the best mado, at Schiller, Co. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Simons will leave next week for Hastings to spend tho holidays with tho latter's mother. Mrs. Harry Porter and daughter Lois will lcayo the first of the week for Mlndctt to spend the holidays with rela tives. After visiting Mr. and Mrs. Martin McLano for scvoral days, Mrs. Cum' mines, p Lexington, returned homo Wednesday. Heating Stoves nt near cost at Hcr shoy's Fifth and Locust. Miss Janet McDonald very pleasant ly entertained the Esperanto club. Sat urday ovening. A dainty lunch was served Into in tho evening. Mrs. Agnes Krull, who has been tho guest of her twin sister Mrs. Anna Seyferth for several days, will lonvo tomorrow for San Franciso. A big line of the new Suit Case Urn brcllas in black and colors, plain and fancy handles. Clinton, Tho Jeweler. A party of young folks held a skating party at Lincoln's lako Tuesday even ing, an affair which proved very pleas ant for art whoworo invited. Tho High School Glco Club with Messrs. Flowers and, Schutz as euro takers, held a spread at the Keliherlce Cream Parlors Wednesday evening. We have all the latest copyrighted novels by yie best authors at from $1.00 to $1.40. Rinckeh's Book Store. Arthur Howard left Wednesday for HxceMlor springs where he was cajlcil by Uie illness of his stepfathor James Crockett, who has been taking treat ment there. Tho High School basket ball team held their first practice Tuesday even ing. Manager Stamp is making arrange ments for Brewflters' Millions to play at tno A.citn on uecemoer isnn. Mfaa lUTarfntv Pmtd ttjlin la mltnmt ing the Kearney Normal, will vpeml her Christmas holiday with het parents in town. , . Fountain Pens that are -a pleasure to use. ine x'aricer; waterman, juenkiin ami the Aloore non-leakable. . Clinton, The Jeweler. Mis Elln Sjocren, of Denmark, ar rived here a few days ago to make ' 1 .f fl ..7 . exienoeu visit witn Mr. ana rs. ,jnas. Samfall. . ( Mr. and Mrs. William Tmer, of Lexington, will arrive next week to visit the latter's parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. Frank T. Redmond I Gcnulno crushed Oyster Shells. Make fiens lay. Hershoy's, Fifth and Locust, Mr. and Mrs. Helmond, of Oakland, Cal., who have been spending;" their honeymoon in eastern cities' are ex pected today to visit the latter's father Mr. Hinman before returning home. A box supper will be held , at the school house south of the city on" De cember lGlh, which a number of local people will attend. Miss Beatrice Murphy is the teacher of thiB school. Train service on" the Union Pacific's North Platte Valley line to Gerwg was installed last Friday. On the arrival of tho regular train at North port a train is mado up, making the run to Gering. This train leaves Gering on the return trip'at 5:10 a. m., arriving at North port in time to meet the eaatbound train at 7c30-Bridgeport Blade.' In honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. II. K. Smith, of Mt Pleasant, Mo., a number of lady friends were pleasant ly entertained by Mrs. Charles Edwnrds on Tuesday afternoon. Seven tables Were arranged for 600 and a couple of hours SDont in nonular games. A delic ious lunch, in which tho color scheme of pink and white was carried out, was served. Misses Ida Ottcnstein and lluth Streitz assisted in serving. The Knights of Columbus held their annual banquet and election of ofllcers last night, which proved to bo a vory enjoyable affair. The following are the nowly elected officers: F. J. Doran, Grand Knight; John Hcrrod, Deputy Grand Knight; -C. Pass, Chancellor; P. J. McGovern, Warden; F. T. Redmond, Recorder; Geo, Tekulvo, Financial Sec retary: Dick McGraw, Inner Guard; M. Guilliame, Outsido Guard. There in gloom at tho homo of Gcorgo A. Austin that 25-pound turkey' has rllannr.nnrnrl Aa n riwirttlMrmti-tf miina. UIU1IJ'I'V WUf . ' u fj. uUM V. waau. j aaaww uro the fowl Was kept in tho basement lor a couple oi nights, out even tins safeguard did not satisfy Gcorgo and nmthfi nlWht on which it was stolon ho took the fowl to his bed chamber and tied it to the bed post But the thief was a smooth boy who scorned ..locks and bolts; ho pried open the. window, nil-, tho ntrincr and v&mooscd with the turkey. Austin offera $1,000 reward ior tne capture oi tne uuei no. wants lOKiu "nil. ,, rit iln. . : When You Get Ready to w v Buy thai Suit or Overcoat NPWTON' SANTA GLAUS STORE ME SELL KLL Toys and China Novelties -MS? v AT1 y. TWENTY TO FIFTY Per Cent Off. This is the place to buy your Holiday Goods, where you get the most for yourlmooey. i "It mWY- IT' AT GLABAUGffiS " W,e are not going to insultyptir intelligence by advertising that we arc selling at less than wholesale cost, right at thi heigltth of the season. We give you credit for more insight into human nature, which is the same the world over, except, "gome people . have more than others. We ask you to come in and let us make you a price oh your outfit and if you are jot satisfied we won't urge you to buy. The thousands of Suits and Overcoats we have sold the people in the past, without a complaint from anyone except, "they wear too long, guarantees the superiority of our clotlung like nothing else can. Our assortment is most complete, everything new and all the latest fashions are shown. During our clearance sale last fall, we sold every suit on hand, this is done at the end of each season so as to carrg nothing over from one season to another. This jnsures you a clean stock each season to select from. ' x Buy your Gentlemen's Chrjstmens presents. We are distinctly a men's store. If you wanted sugar, you would 't go to a black smith's for it? See it? 4ft t '.; V 7 ' "I W 5 520 Dewey Street, Store open evening 's until after Christmas CWABAUGH, Everything for Men. ' NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. i x A CommiisloHers' PfoceeiagJ. Dec 8, 1911. Board met pursuant to adjournment present Walter, Streitz and Roberts, commissioners and county clerk. Tho following bonds, were approved: OVEHSEEU3, Joseph Shaw, Dist 65; S. Trusty, Dist 43; D E Martin. Diut 26; Walter Thomas, Dist 1; Louie Rofior, Dist 10; Fred Marqutte, Dist 9; R D Raney, Dist 44; Wm Smith, Dist 22; Nath Bratten, Diat 3-1: P. K. Huffman. Dist 42; J B Craig, Dist 58; Joseph F Mc Gce, Dist 33; C E Parson, Riat. 17; W R Weakley, Dist 24; V M Richmond, Dist 39; Jorgcn Rassen, Diat '20? Mar tin Jensen, Dist 14; Jacob Miller;. Dist 38r A McNicklo, Dist 18; W L Chaussec, Dist 54; Wallace Quinn, Dist 49; H B Sanderson, Dist 7: A T Daniel son, Dist 8; Wm Dymond, Dist 4. JUSTICE OP THE PEACE, D McNlcol, Myrtle precinct; Thomas Thompson, Fox: Creek precinct; M H McDermott, Somerset precinct; M J O'Connell, North Platte No 3; J S Rob bins, Wallace precinct CONST AU IE A WTool, Sellers precinct: I E Trout, North Platto No 1; Wm Priest. Med icine precinct; F S Roasch, Walfcorpro cinct; E G Newman, Somorsot precinct. COUNTY OPFICEIia, C W Yost, county clerk; W R Ma- lonoy, county coroner. The following bills were allowed: W W Birge, coal for poor, $714 11 Wilson Chemical Co., disinfectants, 27.65 Silndry persons, reports of births and deaths. 18.50 . Sundry persons, reports of births and deaths. 18.50 Sundry persons, survey ,6f roads 214- 205, 78.00 F A Roland, platting maps, 43.75 Sundry persons, survoying extra road 252,9.75 Sundry persons, surveying Road 34G, 21.85 Sundry persons, surveying part of Road 339, 44.00 Sundry persons', surveying part of Road 351 19.05 Sundry persons, district court cases, Sundry persons, inquest A Herzog, 32.30 R C Duggan, disallowed ns 24.00, overseer will pay same. Sophia Andorson, care of Emma An derson, 27.00 Sundry persons, case of A W Gerkin, 33.30 Sundry Porsons, Stato vs Wm Liv ingston, 28.90 Sundry porsons, appraising Road 347 344. 14.& " - . W B Salisbury, work in Commission ers' Dist No 3, 3.75 A Smith Premier Typewriter Co., machine, ribbons and repairs for Dis trict Clerk, 90.25 v C F Temple, insurance of jail 150.00 Geo Garman, cash to be used Road Dint 54, 50.00 Geo Gorman, Commisslonsrs Dist No 3, 1G0.00 RWallingford and J James disal lowed for reason not complying with statutes, 33.80 Klopp & Bartlett, books and supplies, 2908.12 James Boechan, work In Dist SO, 30.00 ' 'P G Meyer' Platting Road- 323? 8.00 G F Palmer; "water commission! 62.00 F R Elliott, expenses 3rd quarter, G3.53 Ray C Longford, to redeem taxes, 8:30 Chas McDonald, rent for county sur veyor, 80.00 D W Besnck, delivering ballots 52.00 G W Brown, mdso for poor 4.76 Ginn, White & Schabt. caskets' 120.00 E W Hinton, election booths 105.00 Wilcox Dept. Store, mdso for poor 90.G0 O A Bacon, assessor 2 and 3 qr 800.00 G B Dent county physician 2 qr 70.65 MjK Neville, rent; county attorney 48.00 Dr. J C Anderson, services Levi Wolfe 143.00 disallowed for reason 2 bills. Iddings Co, coal for poor 127.30 Iddings & Co, bridge lumber 1094.30 Howe & Moloney, casket 30.00 North Platte Waterworks, water rent 20.35 , North Platte Telephone Co, phono 118.50 disallowed for 13.50 G. W Brown, mdse poor 14.93 Hemphill Printing Co, printing 15.95 Jno Jones, erecting booths 6.75 Jno Kelly, mdse poor 3.94 County surveyor authorized' to correct Buryoy of Garman road. Adjourned to Dec. 9th. ' , Doc. 9, 1911 Board mot pursuant to adjournment. Present Walter, Streitz, Roberts- and county cjorK. Following bills were allowed: Hammond Printing Co, supplies County supt. 1.48 Hammond & Stephens Co, supplies for county supt, 146.85 Stato Jourpal.Co, supplies clerk dist court, judge and treasurer 67.92 Universal Publishing Co, supplies county Bupt. 24.61 G T Field, lumber for jail 8.45 John McConnell, witness 1.00 Midland Chemical Co, disinfectant jail 25.00 Laurco Book Co, supplies supt 3.04 W J McCIcment, (mileage state vs Sibbita 20.25 A F Beeler, rent of hall jfor election 8.00 IS Gaudreault, rent of hall for elec tion 8.00 A B Yates, rent of hall for election 8.00 disallowed 4.00 Loyal Mystic Legion, rent of hall for election 5.00 School Dist No. 15 school for election 3.00 School Dist No. 9, school for election 8.00 School Dist No. G7, school for election 300 School Dist Nc 113, school for elec tion 6.00 ' School Dist No. 76, schbol for elec tion 6.00 School Dist No. 48, school for elec tion 6.00 disallowed 4.00 . A F Streitz, services county com. and mileago 8-1.20 Geo. E Prosser, clerk Dist court 7.50 Geo. E Prosser, appointing J&C election 55.75 Nate Brntten, livery biro 3.00 G J Bowon, team for deputy surveyor 6.00 , Platte Plumbing & Heating Co, re pairs court house 1.20 (Concluded on 8th page.) Local News. , Peter Burke, of Maxwell, who - i s a patient nt the P. & S. hospital; is get ting along nicely. . Undertaker W. R. Malonoy was cal ed to Gandy Tuesday afternoon to embalm a body. u .uoiu t ujujiTjuKiiii reiumea 10 Grand Island tho first of the week after spending several days with her mother. Miss Gladys Burton and brother Glen, of Paxton, who were guests of Mrs. E. R. Plumrner, returned homo Wednes day. tm? sure and got one of those 1912 .1 hoto Cfljafiderfreo with every dozen cabinet photos until Jnn. 1st;, 1912. E. O. Helverstadt. Seth Sherwood, E. Evans arid" Frank Tagader, whb'wero arrested last week for selling groceries without a license, appeared before Judge Wnrren Monday and a continuance taken until next Mon day afternoon. fllCi EL All AT RINCKER'S. . Our display of X-mas gifts this season is tho largest and best which wp have ever shown, as tho stock wns selected to be suitable for young and old. .We nsk you to visit our storo and make your selection before the usual rush which Is customary a fow days before Christmas. By doing bo you will have tho hdvnntuge of getting tho choicest goods and we can give you more tlmo and attention. Articles purchased now will bo laid awayjintil desired. A cor dial invitation is:extonded to you. Bosk and Music Sfere. Switches and Puffs Which will please you - both in quality and price. I Guarantee you a Perfect Match , Call at MISS BIR.K1NSMAWS Massage Parlors. Diploma. 303 East Third St West Electric Curlers will give a deep Marcel Wave in a few minutes. Card of flvo 25 cents.