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NEB., NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
No. 85
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Local and Personal. 1
Charles Ross, of Omaha, spent yes
tcrday in town on business.
Sheriff A. J. Salisbury transacted
business in Gothenburg yesterday.
John Fredorici returned the first of
this week frvom Denver where ho spent
a week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kenney, of Max
well, visited Miss Lillian Graham Wed
nesday. Mrs. W. W. Cummings left this
morning for Omaha to spend a few days
with friends.
Mrs. T. C. Patterson and daughter
Miss Edith will leave Wodnesday for
Omaha to spend Thanksgiving with
Miss Ruth Patterson.
Christian Science Service Sunday
11:00 a.m. Subject "Soul and Body,"'
Sunday school 12:00 m. K. P. hall
Dewey St.
Jos. McGraw, of Helper, Utah, ar
rived here yesterday morning to visit
his mother Mrs. Johanna McGraw for
a week or longer.
Miss Cecilia Monahan left last even
ing for Omaha to spend a few days be
fore leaving for Scotts Bluffs to make
hor home.
Henry lfansen of the north side,
who recently returned from Omaha,
where ho took treatment for seven
weeks, is improving, but rather slowly.
The Twentieth Century Club has pre
sented two handsome engravings to the
public library, a gilt that is highly
appreciated by the board. Other sim
ilar gifts would likewise be appreciated.
Latest box paper, correspondence
cards and engraved calling cards.
Rinckek Book & Drug Co.k
The foreman at the federal building
said yesterday he hoped to have the
work completed by the end of the first
week in December. About the only
work remaining is that of the plumb
ers and painters.
There were more than the usual
attendance at the Lutheran supper last
evening; it was a jam of humanity from
five until seven o'clock. Quite a number
who did not have time to wait for a
seat at the tables left and had supper
clBewhere. Several hundred persons
were served with chicken and waffles.
Wanted Girl for general housework.
Mrs. H. J. Brock, 714 West Fourth, tf
District court convenes Monday,
December 2nd, and Judge Grimes will
face the heaviest docket for several
years past, the number of cases
exceeding 150. More than a score of
these will be tried before a jury, and
if they are all ready for hearing the
jurymen may figure on a two week's
The county treasury will be tempor
arily enriched on Saturday of next
week by the payment of the personal
tax of the Union Pacific and the Bur
lington railroads. The former company
will pay in $56,000 and the latter com
pany $12,G03. That will materially as
sist in greasing the wheels of the gov
ornmental machinery and replenish the
treasuries of tho school districts
through which the roads pass.
All the late copyright book3 andXmns
gift books. Rincker Book & Dkug C o.
C. J. Meyer, of Wellfleet, was thrown
from his carriage while returning home
tho first of the week and in tho fall he
broke tho bones in his hand and was
injured about the head and shoulders.
In company with Robert Geisbeger he
loft this city and as they were crossing
the suburban ditch tho team became
frightened at two motorcycles and
overturned the buggy. Mr. Moyer was
brought to town and taken to the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Albert Durbin.
Complete election returns give the
republican control of both houses of
the Wyoming legislature, thus insuring
the return of F. E. Warren to the
United States senate. The result is an
appreciation of Senator Warren's work
for Wyoming in securing federal build
ings and big appropiatlons for Ft.
Russell. More federal appropriations
pjr capita have gone into Wyoming
than into any other state, for which
Senator Warren is responsible. And
you can't fault him for tho desire to
build up his own state.
When the North Platte high school
foot ball team secured its game with
Sterling, it was then predicted that it
would bea game that would test the
strength of the local team and predic
tions of North Platte's defeat were
made up until the time the game was
called. The result was an oyerwhelmn
ing score for North Platte. Now tho
Cheyenne team, which plays here
Thanksgiving day, is the "boogy man,"
and again predictions of North Platte's
defeat are made. That's not the spirit
to display; even if you do think the game
is to be close, boost all the harder for
North Platte; show the boys that you
have confidence in their ability to win.
Fine line of musical instruments just
raceived. Rincker Book & Drug Co.
Frank Parton went to Wallace Wed
nesday to visit his parents until Sunday.
Lost A gold broach with diamond
set. Return to the Leader and receive
Jack Jensen nnd J. E. Davis left last
last evening for Grand Island on busi
ness. Claude Delaney, of Northport, spent
yesterday in town while enrouto to
Mrs. C. A. Day, of Palisade, Colo.,
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs
O. B. Frazier.
Miss Winnie Bridges returned last
evening from a short visit in Grand Is
land with friends,
Toyland is complete at the Rincker
Book & Drug Co. W
Joseph Schawaiger loft yesterday for
Omaha to combine business and pleas
ure for a week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Cary left last
evening for Omaha to spend a week
with friends.
F. C. Hoxie, of Ogalalla, visited his
family this week and left for Ogalalla
Wednesday afternoon.
Mesdumes Charles Martini and James
Roddy left this morning for Hershey to
visit Mrs. Fred Rasmussen.
Miss Beth Carry, of Laramie, who waB
the guest of Mrs. Frank Lauglin yes
terday left this morning for Gering.
Dell Bonner returned to the univer
sity at Lincoln a few days ago after
spending uvweek with his parents.
Earl Carpenter, of Roosevelt, Ariz.,
who has been visiting relatives in town
for several weeks, will leave next
Miss Elizabeth West, of Gothenburg,
is tho guest of Mrs. George T. Field
having arrived the, fore part of this
Toilet sets, manicure sets and desk
sets. Rincker Book'& Drug Co.
Miss Ruth Eachus, of Greeley, ar
rived here the fore part of the week
and will spend the winter with the Fred
crci family.
.Mrs. Harry Cramer expects to go to
Grand Island and St. Paul tho first of
noxt week to spend the Thanksgiving
Miss Beth Cunningham who is teach
ing in Gothenburg will come up Wed
nesday to spend Thanksgiving with Miss
Florence Stamp.
J. Cochran, ot Eddy ville, has accepted
the position vacated by C. H. Schetzer
in the Western Union office and began
work yesterday.
Come early and make your selection
f Gibson water colored Xmas cards,
letters and calendars at the Rincker
Book & Drug Co.
Wanted Men's Washing. Phone
black 394 or call at 423 West 11th. 85-4
Yesterday afternoon County Judge
Grant united in marriage Mrs. Mary E.
Ballard age 47 and Mr. Elkanah C.
Hutchins age 45, both of this city.
The Presbyterian ladies will hold their
annual fair nnd supper in the church
parlors, Tuesday, Dec. 3rd. Fancy
work and home made candies will also
be sale.
M. R. Chappell, of Brady, spent a
day or two in town this week getting
endorsements for appointment to
an official position in the reform sjchool
at Kearney, which appointment will be
made by governor-elect Moorehead.
Bishop Beecher, of Kearney, has
gono east to solicit funds' for his pro
posed farm home for friendless boys.
This is one of the Bishop's pet schemes,
and it strikes us that it a most com
mendable one.
On Nov. 19th Sylvia Small a fifteen
year old girl swore out a complaint
against Thomas Eggier alleging that on
the 17th day of Nov. he criminally as
sualted her. He was arrested and is
confined in the county jail awaiting
Beginning Friday, Nov. 23rd. all
trimmed millinery will be sold at great
ly reduced prices.
Wilcox Millinery Dspt.
About twenty-five cars of hay, grain
and beets are billed from tho Hershey
station every day now. A railroad
official made the statement that Her
shey did more shipping than any
station between North Platte and
Cheyenne. Hershey Times.
The Methodist Brotherhood observed
their first anniversary last night with a
splendid banquet prepared by the
Ladies Aid Society, Seventy men were
seated at the banquet board, Wilson
Tout acted as toastmaster and Rev.
Gaither, Rev. Cram, J. G. Beeler and
E. S. Davis responded to toasts. Later
the men spent an hour in social visiting
and all left much pleased with the good
time spent together.
Local and Personal.
Miss Streltz Honored Miss m Ruth
Streitz, who recently went to Chicago
to take a courso in kindergarten, has
beon elected president of tho social j
settlement kindergarten organization,
nnalflrtn flinf rrtflnM prnilil nlilv. nnnn I
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Miss Streitz; especially when her se
lection came so soon after her arrival
in Chicago. ,
Steals Sign Some cuss, without fear
of God or man, unloosened and carried
away the irietal sign of Dr. L. C. Drost
at the entrance of the McDonald State
Bank. Just how the thief expects to
realize money on the sign, or to what
use he will put, is difficult of solution.
Dr. Dross is inclined to believe that
the follow who stole it was actuated by
a spirit of unalloyed cussedness.
Elks' Memorial The local lodge of
Elks' will hold annual memorial exercises
on the afternoon of December 8th. It
was the intention to hold this servico De
cember 1st, but on account of the
Knights of Columbus class initiation
occuring on tho latter date, it was de
cided to postpone it one woek. Since
the last memorial servico the grim
roaper has made three visitations, the
absent brothers boing Georgo T. Field,
Carl Shaeffer and Fred Sudman, of
Lauraine Keenc and her excellent
company gave a most artistic perform
ance of "Paid in Full" at tho Keith
last night. One could not imagine a
better production. Tonight Miss Keene
offers "The Girl in Red," a dramati
zation of "In'the Bishop's Carriage."
Manager Stamp personally guaranteos
another first-class performance tonight.
Special 10c matinee to nil Saturday at
3 o'clock.
A dozen men gathered nt tho, Baptist
parsonage last night for a'banquet.
After dinner speeches were made, and
an organization effected for work in
the bible school. Robert Owens was
elected president and Wm. Payne sec
retary. Other officers were elected
for the different branches of work,
with O. H. Sawers as teacher.
Rev. Gaither held his first quarterly
meeting at the Methodist church Wed
nesday evening. The reports from Rov.
Cram and officials of the church show
that each department is well organized
and doing good work. The membership
has increased thirty tince Rev. Cram's
appointment in Sept. Rov. Gaither will
preach for the congregation on Sunday
W. P. Snyder returned this morning
from a two weeks' visit in Arkansas,
Louisana and Atlanta, Ga., at the
latter city he attended tho National
Association of Agriculrural colleges
and experimental statijns.
Hazel Anderson, the infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, died
early this morning at the age of nine
months and twenty-seven days. Ar
rangements for tho funeral have not
yet been made.
Mr. and Mrs. DeNoon will leave to
night for Maryville, Kas. to locate.
Mr. DeNoon had been employed as
salesman and window trimmer at Tho
Leader for some time.
Miss Agnes Hamilton, formerly of
this city, was married this week at
Sarbon to Mr. Ernest Strange. They
will make their home in Julesburg.
Pennsylvania anthracite coal has ad
vanced to $12.25 per ton in Omaha, an
advance of about two dollars per ton in
the past week. This probably means a
similar advance in North Platte.
Weather forecast: fair tonight and
Saturday, warmer tonight. Highest
temperature yesterday 55, a year ago
58; lowest temperature last night 27, a
year ago 23.
William Baskins, of Stapleton, is
spending this week in town on business.
To - Night
and Saturday
When the Heart Calls.
Western Episode.
A Choice by Accident.
10c and 15c.
I Weingand s Anniversary Sale, i
This Anniversary Sale of ours is proving1 a most popular one; the people
are showing; their, appreciation of an opportunity to purchase reliable merchan
dise at a discount of twenty per cent right in the middle of the best selling season
of the vear. Here's the milk in the cocoanut:
$25 values now
20 values now
Boy's Suits and Overcoats.
$10 values now $8.00 $7 values now
8 values now
Remember we are not
or four years old, but new, snappy styles this
There's an individuality about the clothes we
best clothes manufacturers of the couutry they are
Since this sale began lots of fellows have saved
isn't it worth the while for vou to do it.
Democratic Lovcfeast.
We understand the democrats have
designated Thursday evening, Decem
ber Cth, as tho date of the glorification
meeting and lovefeast. North Platte
will, of course, be the placo of tho
gathering and prominent democrats
from all sections of tho county have
been invited to attend evon North
Platto democrats will bo admitted if
they caro to attend. Ono of tho
features will be a banquet with heap
big speeches.
Now rug cheap. Apply nt 15 Willow
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Groves went to
Scotts Bluffs this morning to visit
friends for ten days.
Roy Cockle left yesterday morning
for Sutherland to spend a week with
his parents.
The meeting of tho Lady Firemen
which was to have been held Tuesday
afternoon, has boeon postponed.
Mrs. W. F. Wertz, of Chappell, has
been in the city this week as a guest
of her sister Mrs. J. E. Sebastian.
Something Fresh.
"Anything new or fresh this morn'
Ing?" nskod .lames Inquisitive.
"yes." replied Tuii-e briefly.
"What's that?" asked Inquisitive ea
"Tho paint you're leaning iiRainst."-
Tho Human Enigma,
nis Daughter Pnpn, did you know
maramn long before you married lierl
Her Father Just between you aud
me. my dear, I don't know her yet.
Her Rolo,
lie They say Miss Lulu is verj
much In request for dinner parties.
She Ro I havo heard. Sho Is a rcgu
lar dinner belle.
Mnaa' n
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0 Doclors Ames & Ames, d
0 Physicians and Surgeons,
ie Office over Stone Drug Co.
H ,nnn I Office 273 H
P Phones IleBidenc0 273 g
Cww r p v fc"''
Suits and Overcoats
$18 values now $14.40
IS values now 12.00
$6.40 5 values now $4.00
selling old stock; suits and
The Quality Place.
Iritner cafe I
ouuri. uraers at ropuiar jP rices. I
I sdc JUincheon irom 12 M.. tn 1
,y ww
I 1:30 p. m. I
j MRS. F. T. GARVIN, Prop.
Preacher and Judge Speaks
"Tho man who owns tho tools you
work with owns your job, therefore
owns yourself and family," declared
Fred J. Warren, North Platte preacher
and judge, at the Lyric theatre, Nine
teenth and Farnam, Sunday aftornoon.
Judgo Warren said the workers should
take charge of the utilities, then they
would own their jobs.
He predicted that in four yearB tho
question of socialism against capitalism
would be a predominant one beforo the
American people. Omaha News.
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. M. E.
Crosby, Supt. Preaahing services at ll
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme:
"Comfort for the desponding", even
ing theme: "The Fatherhood of God."
Endeavor societies at 3 and G:l() p m.
Midweek sorvico, Wednesday ove, 7:30.
The Presbyterian church welcomes all.
Ki:v. J. C. CimiSTiK.
Farm For Sale.
The northeast qunrter (nej) section
twenty-four (21) township thirteen (18)
range thirty (30) about sovon miles
outheast of North Platte on south sfde
of Platto river, all smooth land near
nills, good buildings, fifteen acres in
alfalfa, ono of beat farms in Platto
valley. Price $10,000.00. Terms, half
:ash, balance on easy time at 7 per
cent interest. Address Joseph Hershey
North Platto, Neb.
overcoats that are three
s goods and none are
they are made by the
to fit and to wear well. V
$5.po,on .anSuitor, overcoat;
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1 JV4L
Qldoat Dank In Lincoln County
State Bank
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
W Solicit Your Duslmii.
IH House of Good Show
When in North Platte.
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matineo Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
Homeopathic Physician andSurgeon
m Hospital accommodations, Medical and
m gurulcal attention given obstetrical cases,
Olllco Phono 183 Ues, Phono 263
Olllco McDonald State Hank Illd'f

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