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CHRISTMAS SPEClALS.ll , 111 iwimh wl m Business was never Better There is a reason, ask our-clerks, see the crowds that patronize, us, daily. r, Hre . are si fof tpT;our Ohristmas specials. Every case is full of attractive new gopds at the very lowest prices. " ' ' Sets of Sterling- Silyer,Tca Spoons v , $3-oo. 6 knives and 6 forks, Roderers; size $3.00. " ' full North Platte i.oo. Ladies watches, 15-j movement,- 20 year gold-filled case, regular value 18.00, $I2.00f. Gentleman 1 7-3 Elgin movement in 20 year gold filled case regular value 20.00, $12.00. Steel Blue Diamonds in value $20 3000 arid 40,00., for J 15, 20. 00 and 36.00. Larger diamonds in value. up to $500.00 m Regular $8.00 toilet sets, silven $5. Eight Day Parlor Clocks, 8.60 val ues $5.00 i'- . . " 3-piece Carving Sets, -handles, regular 4. 00 values Staghom & les $2.55. r. Hand , bags regular values $4, 6.00 and 8.00 ,valdes for $2.50, 4.00 and $5:00,; s'ze Souvenir Spoon 65c. v T , '. - . .iv ff Full sized Souvenir Spoon, engraved s These prices and these goods are drawing the crowds, yon may as well take advantage as hundreds of others are. a DIXON, THE JEWELER. with LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. John Mangcamo home last even ing from n visit in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Winqulst, of 'Brady, were guests of local friends yesterday. nr nnH Mrs. O. tl. uressier ana daughter will spend Sunday friends in Cozad. Ilarley Greeson, a student at Cotner University, is oXpected the first of the week to spend the holidays with the home folks. Morton Cowce, formerly of this city but late of Atwood, Colo. , is , visiting relatives and transacting business in town this week. Diamond Rings, Brooches, Studs, Link Buttons. Specialpncesthismontn. Clinton, The Jeweler; '. A new bar, heating. -Want and plate glass front are being placed in the Reb hnusen saloon and the interior freshened with now paint nndpaper. . Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Alden. of Grand Island, came yesterday and will visit the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. W. , T. Alden, until January 1st. " Lost.on street Monday .a babys white embroidered shawl. Finder leave at 708 Eastiith street and receiyo reward. 9 Miss Nellie, Bristol, formerly, of this city, who bas been living with her sister Mrs. Baxter at Denver for two years past was married recently to u. W. Pierco a prominent business man of that city. The picture show business appears to bo gaining ground in Kearney as the mi n7n nhnnt. trt beor n business in the P. E. Bessman building on Avenuo and is to bo operated Weatfall of North Platte, Democrat. Thocaso of the Toledo Computing nn ., Vro'nripUBon. of Brady, which came up in tho districtcourt yesterday, ... ,i!,i,i tn fnvhr nf the defendant. Fredorickson purchased a scale of Bam company and because it did not prove satisfactory refused to pay $100, which was due on tho sale. Rev, Charles Chapman held religious services at Ogalalla yesterday, Mrs. Charles Wyman will' leave shortly for points in Kansas to visit rol-' atives. Miss Cora Brockett left yesterday morning for eastern points to spend several weeks. I Ladies SignetRings, and Bracelets. A VViy J.IIIU U99U1 UI1U11W n. vyiltl.vli a .un- lery Store. Mr. nnd Mrs. "Cyrus Stcbbins will eavo tomorrow lor witcmn. jvan., where they oxject to lqcate.v., . , Miss Nickerson. of Haves Center. submitted to an operation at ,St. Luke's hospital yesterday morning. Harrv Beam, of Wallace, who spent several days in town, left Wednesday for a two weeks' stay in Rawlins. goods Central ed by bam 3, Kearney Saturday Specials Lady Fingers, per dozen 15c Cream Puffs, per dozen 40c Old Fashioned Ginger Bread .... 10c Angel Food Cakes 25c Devil Food Cakes 25c White and Chocolate Cnkea .... 25c Baked from home recipes and with nimipA butter. They are better than the ordinary kind. We especially invite the ladies to stop in; as we are showing an excentionally nice line of Bakery . Goods. ' DICKEY'S Confectionery and Bakery. Our Pyrolin Ivory last. are going Dixon, Tho JoweTor. Deputy WilBon, of tho Nebraska Telephone Co.. came up yesterday to transact business at tho local office. Mrs. Geo. Gradv and son of Grand Island, nrriveo yesterday afternoon to spend several days with relatives in town. Just received a big assortment of the $5.00 cut class water sets. They are going fast. Dixon, Tho Jeweler. The annual meeting of the Lincoln Countv Medical Society will bo held at the Timmerman hotel Wednesdyy even ing Dec. iJOtn. SCHILLER & CO., Prescription Druggiftts First Door North of First Hatloual Hank Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Simons will spend the holidays with relatives in linstingn. :W. J. Tilev snent yesterday in Cozad on business connected with tho Yeoman lodge. E. 0. Hnlverstcftd went to Gothcn- burtr yesterday morning to visit hia family. Leo Pass, of -the Sacred Heart col- Wxf Denver; wlH'come homo for tho tMiiojiys. Miss Mary Hoatettor. of Lewellen. in taoenumfr this weefc in town with local friends. "Mrs. 'E. E. Linebaueh was called to Ds Molne9 Wednesday by the serious I illnwwftf her mother. . Miss Lillian Hendv returned Tuedav nljtht'from a short visit with friends in Grand Island. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hosier left Tuesday evening for Kearney to spend a lew uays. AJIvuo Trotter, of Brad v. came un Lwcancsuav morn nsr 10 transact dusi- ;)gss for a days. Iht Kniehtfl of Coltimbus Will trlve a reception and card party for tho ladies op the evening of January 10th. Etlifor Rusmusscn. of Horshov. re turned homo Wedn8lay moniintr after spending a row days with relatives. Miss Mabel Duke, who has been teaching in the Columbus schools, will I arrive next week to visit her parents. Mrs. E. BIckncll and baby, of Ogalalla, arrived yesterday and will spend scvernl days withfriendsin town. Miss Myrtle Keller, of Maxwell, re turned homo Wednesday cVenincr after a snort visit with m.sb. Lillian Jtlcndy. Leo Tobin. who had been visltine rel atives and transacting business in town for several days, returned to Denver Wednesday. James Elliott, arci) from Fremont, am days ago and will accept a position nt tho scnnior urug store. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crosby, of Grand Island, arrived Wednesday after noon to visit friends for n week or more whilo enrouto to Pocntnllo. Mrs. Arthur Allen and baby, of Far- nam, arrived Wednesday morning to make their homo. Mr. Allon was re cently appointed Deputy County Clerk. but Into of Daniel. Wyo spent several days in town tills wuek with W. II. Turnlo whilo enrouto homo from Omaha. Mr. nnd Mr. Hnfiehnr P. Parkor. of I Rock Sprincrs, aro expected early noxt Wfcek to visit tho latters parents. Mr. and . Mrs. Thocdoro Lowo during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. James Keliher. of Coun cil Bluffs, who visited relatives this week loft Wednesday for Holdrege and I Grand Island to spend to weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crandall. of I Lbdcepole. who wore frunsts of Mr. ah"fl Mrs. A. P. Kelly this week whUd enrouto homo from an extensive eastern visit, left Tuesday evening. BS-Eunhcn a Johnson, principal of jcnwni Man, oi.uinana, is iuxpecpeari "lYioxt. wink tn trnnHnet niinlnnnR rnr nnv. I - - - i oral days. Whilo hero she will visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamos Payno. Mrs. Hnttio Farrineton wns tendered a surprise Wednesday attcmoon ny tho ibers of Bradford Lodge. A pleas- egistered pharmacist rrived hero a few unemt A pleas ant afternoon wns spent nnd the ucllql- ous lunch was greatly en3oyed. Mrs. Charles Edwards received Mrs. E. M. Elder, of Indianapolis, will arnvo tomorrow afternoon to. spend tho holidays with her brother Georgo Tekulve. Mrs. Elder was a, forjTQr;(young lady of this city. The Fremont Tribune remarks: It seems more and more certain as the days will bo tho cotorio of ladies yesterday afternoon nt of Mt. Pleasant, Mo. go dv mat w. democratic caddidato lor pr 1912." Of coursed That . Is resident in s what tho Hub has insisted all along. Bryan has been busy for a year past eliminating posslblo nominees, and as tho Tribune remarks has them all out or the way now except Harmon of Ohio. Kearney HUD. With little trace of friction the re publican national committee met at Washington Tuesday and formulated the preliminary plans for tho camgaign of 1912. The program agreed upon was carried out expeditiously in two short sessions, nggregatingbarcly moro than two hours. Chicago was chosen as tho convention city and, the call was issued for tho assembling of dele gates on Tuesday, Jnno 18, to nominate candidates lor president and vice presi dent. GIVEN AWAY FREE A $250 Harley Davidson 4-Horac"Power Mo tor j Cycle, Magneto Ignition .... A Ticket With Every Pair of Shoes. Yellow Front Shoe Store, DIENER & FLEISHMAN. tt konsinprton. The guest of honor was Mrs. H. K. Smith, of Tho refreshments woro very dainty and nil present report a pleasant .nrtcrnoon. Miss Blanche Wright was tendered n surprise party last ovcninir by n num ber of her young school mates. A variety of pleasant irnrncs rnnuo un a delightful evening. Tho roircshments were nicely prepared and appropriate to the season. Cards were received bv local people Wednesday from Mr. and Mrs. Milton Doolittle. of Lone Bench. Cal.. on which they announco that they will givo in marriairo on Wednosdnv. Dec. 20th their daughter nelen Augusta to unorgo Harrison Stevenson, of that ity. Tho Yeoman elected tho following I oilicers Tuesday evening: itev. it. li. avoricht, grand ro reman; iyman Welsch, master or ceremonies; J. u. Loudon, correspondent: rred warren, .master of accounts; Mrs. Lyman Welsch. chaplain; W. J. Tiloy, overjeer: Mrs. Marv Alexander, watchman: I -J times Downing, sentinel: Mrs. M.'K. LDuko, Lady Rebecca; Mrs. T. J. Korr, Lady Kowenn: Max Mcurew. fuard. i These odlcers will bo installed January uth. Orrick Buntinir'a Ini'L'o liav and feed barn in tho Fourth ward was completely destroyed by flro early Wcdnesdny hnorning. The alarm was sent in by neiehbors who nrst discovered the lire, but it nau trained sucn headway that mothine could bo removed and a larce quantity or hay and reed besidCH soverni sct of harness, was consumed. Fort unately tho horses wero not in tho barn nt tho time. A Modern Institution For tho treatment of medical and surgical cases. Open to the medical profession. Special accomodations for confinement cases Training school for nurses in connection. Address all eornmu cations to the superintendent. Phone 642 Cor. Eighth and Locust William H. Hull Diet at Sidney IXMIlIn TTnnMr Mull on nU nnlfltnt I f T I J ICM1I 1IVIIIJ AllJIlt Mil VIU OUlMlbt and an old resident of Myrtle precinct. il1J T.n..1n.i .flnimnin . '1.1ft nt Mo homo in Sidney, aged 77 years, 5 months and za days, no had been conuned to his bed sinco uctouor i4tn. and sinco that time had taken no nourishment whatovera period of 60 days. Tho naturo of his illness could not bo deter mined. Tho funoral took placo at tho homo nt 2 o clock Thursday afternoon. after which interment was made in tho Sidney cemetery. Mr. Mull leaves a widow and three sons, George, William and John, lie had n hOHt or friends, who sympathy win rest with thoso bo rcaved. Strikers' Benefit. ' Crystal Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week 14th, 15th, pnd 10th will be undor tho manage' mentor the striuing shopmen or the Union Pacific. Good vaudeville nnd sncc ml pictures. Prices 10 and loc. Tho public is cordially invited and their patronage will bo greatly appre Weingand Says Suits One-Fourth Off Everything New No Old Stock. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OP NORTH PLATTE, NEB. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .r45,00O.QO. With our ample capital, long" experience in banking;, and .assets of threfi quarters of a "millipn1 dbliars', "We are:in ''aposition " ,tb give pnuthe bet po.ssjbie service. i . ' i ' -i"T "X. .i ,fi-. E. F. SEEBERGER, Pres. McDonald State Bank, NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA. Capital Stock.Fulljrgaid $100,000.00. OWcsf Bank in Lincsln CeHnly. We Respectfully SoliciU your ' Banking Businoes. Satisfaction Guaranteed ... chas. Mcdonald, President. w. h. Mcdonald, Cashier and Vice-Preit. keith theatre Tuesday, Dec. 19 The First Big Song Comedy of the Season SNewlyweds i Baby Swift and merry, its unes and fun tickled all New York and Chicago for months. 60 and People 75 Percent Runs wild with fun, girls and music, brilliant gowns, original company, im mense production. Prices 50 cents to $150 y . ciated.