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IRA L. BAKU, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year by 'Jail in AdTnuce. .. One Year by Carrier In Adruuco..$lJ0 Entorcd at North Platte, Nebraska, Postolllco as Second Class Mattor. TUBSDAV, DUCEMIIKK J, 1010. DR. 0. H. CRESSLER, Graduate Dentist Ollice over tha McDonald Stnta Bank. LOCAL AND PERSONAL For Ront Two large front rooma for light housekeeping. 614 east 8d St, For Ront Tliroo rooms nt 208 wost Sixth. Inuulro tod! Mrs. Thompson, 514 wost Fourth street. 97-tf W. 0. Wntlt. a freight brakoman was injured 0,1 kna a few doyg ngo by iuuing irom n oar. Tho Ejdeon club have decided to dis continue their bi-monthly meetings un til after January 3d. Allan Atchison will leave Friday ovonlng for Koarnoy Ux spond the holi days with tho home folks. Mrs. Herman Sohloutor lias returnod from a rami Island Whore alio spent ktsMveelc with tho home folk. 0.. M. Hall, a. Union Pacific brnko Mnn, "was struck by a car do6r a few daya ago nnd sustained sovoro In juries. MIhh, Francos Chastak, a roglstorod nurso.of Omaha, arrived hero Satur day afternoon to assist in tho Nurse Drown Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Paulson and family will lenvo tomorrow mornlig (or 8uthorland to attend tho Shoup Rayhom wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Hormun Schlotltor have rented apartmonts In tho Fowlos resi dence on west Fifth street and will be gin housokooplng UiIb week. Mrs. 13. M. Hogg and daughtor, of Pttxton, will como (town Saturday morning to spond tho holidays with Her mothor, Mix,- Elizabeth Cralglo. Tho Presbyterian aid uoclotv will moot Thursday aftornoon In tho church basement entertained' by Mosdamos MUtonborgorr Creepy, fand Wymnn. Mr. and Mrs. Thoniaa Austin are on Joying a visit' Xrom tho formor's mother Mru, A...L. AuBtln who arrlvod hero a few days ago from Sebotha, Kan. Each flay tho crlowdM of eager shop- ' porrf Increase, but our Immonso stock Is being roplonlshed by now goodH each day. Wo can ploaso you. DIXON thotjowolor. FtlendH In town rccolved word Sat unlay etf tho doath of Mrs. Burko. wife oi uy. wurtte oi ugaiaua who is won Known hero. Doath was. duo to perl tonitis. - TonigliJ'a offerlnir ah tho Crystal will bo EtholBarrynioro In a atrongly xiramntia protlctilon; "Tha Kiss of Hate." Also n, splendid program of music. 10. ahd IB cents. Sam Yttgo who was Injured In an luttqmobllo nocldont rocently Is tak ing troatmonla. at tho Twinom hosnltal Yago was caught under tho car "and tllo lower limbs aro partvlyzlod. . . Jlnko This a Jewelry ClirlstnuiK. Jewelry, Cut Glass and Ivory articled aro about tho only olafts of goodB that navo not advanced In prlco. Lot us" show you. CLINTON, Tho Jowoler Mr. and Mrs. Frod Elliott will leave this week for San Diego and othor California cities ta spond ihroo mouths Enrouto they will visit itholr son at Helena, Mont. Every om-nor of an automobllo Hhould possess a Kodak. How many tlmoB you go out and uoo thlngB of winch yiou would Ilk a picture Wo carry Koknks in nil sizes ranging in prJco from 75 cents (o sixty dollars R1NCKER BOOK & DRUQ CO. In addition to tho officers olected by tho Yeoman hotnoatoad lau,t wcok mo rouowing appointments woro made: Lady Rcnvoim. Mrs. P. 8 Evans; Lady Rebecca, Mrs. Edmund JJlckoy; ovoraeor, W. J Tlleyj watch man, Qoorgo Garrard 5 guard V . S Evans. Pouloa Bros, wjll tako possession of itholr noWTOoms In tho Bolton litillillni? , lu . coulo of woolcs. Mr, Wondt nrrlvoj worn thacast yesterday and la install ing tho now and uttractlvo fixtures. Tho business will bo known in future ns "The Pouloa Bros.' Oasis" and to t Iho fcorBon who will suggest tho most ' appropriate namo for their now bal cony room, a flvo pound box of cholco candy will bo given. All answora ' must bb, received boforo alx b'clock tomorrow ovenlng. A nocoud and third prizo wULrIbo feeAfclron. An Appropriate Christinas PrcHcnl. In giving 11 Christmas present whj not give one that if III glvo (he great est comfort and pleasure, and what can gfto more comfort ntiil pleasure tit 11 time when (hey arc needed llmii 1111 Insurance policy payable to the wife and children I Especially Is Ihls (rue of our (!0 Year Installment Knriomneiit Policy, (hat not only protc-rN (he fam ily during (he period of life (hat they need protection, hul If you live through (hat period the smiic money (hat you have paid for (his prelection comes hack lo you nl age (!() lu the form of 11 Niivlug account, which assures you maintenance In your old age. Why not call lodny nnd let u ex plain fhs policy In detail? nmUTV RESERVE COMPANY', Phone 5!), I. 0. 0. F. Rldg, I' "r"J I I lllllil III llll I III III IMIII II I I MIHI illilllllMIWejl III II IBiilllllllllllllllllll lllilllHll III II I I III II Hill Mil I I I I HIM 1 1 III II . I III 111 I fllli l Kriiaiinn inir 111V ui vuiwi iwuumy We ever held ri Stock of Ladies9 lit before Christmas on our Esitire Ready-to-Wear9 Furs and Furnishings PassliiL' Out the Pie. Gorernor-olect Keith Neville is Just now having the tlmo of IiIb young life trying to ovndo the clnmorotua- hordo 1 of hungry democrats, oaclt claiming tho right to sit at the table and par take of tho bounty that has again fallon Into the clutches of tho party. TIiobo who aro closest to the covornor- 1 elect admit thoy know very llttlo of 1 III H tilniis. TIiobo who li.avn hlUinrtn posed an prophots for tho, donkey are also at son, whllo the rebuff oncoun tered by Chnlrnmn Lanchorst clvos color to tho belief tlisf. Mr. Neville olthor has a mind of big own or a machlno of his own and doesn't fool the need of nilvleo or aBslstanco from outeklors. Add to this the fact that so far as his personal appointments are cancorned ho will be replacing ono domocrat wljLh anothor nnd that tho places uro far too fow to any whero near moot tho domands, and tho por- 'ploxllty of tho plo passor may bo appreciated. It is ono of tho penalties 1 of winning, thoughOmaha Bee. . :;oi: LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. JfOlin Bonnor and daugliters Holon and Mrs. Harry Crnmor lott last week for Omaha to visit frlonds. Lost Three ton dollar, bills, In en velope with nnmn on it. Please return to poBtiOfflce and rccolvo reward. .Lost. Ilandbng containing monoy and Sears Roobuck chock. Finder re turn to this office and recolve reward. Mr. and Mrs. Frod Tetro, of Brady. aro expected hero this wcok to visit with tho Elliott and Baker families. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nugent and child of Lodgopolo, enmo yosterdny to visit With Local friends for sovernl days Mr. and.Mru. Wosloy Johnston" nnd Miss Goldlo Wolls, of Loxlngton, will bo tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. WoIIb next wook. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wells, of Lexing ton, aro expected tho latter part of last wook to vlBlt their son Harry Wells and family Bracelet Wntchos, tho ideal Chrlst- nms gift. DIXON, tho Jowoler. Rev. Powell and Mrsi Powoll, lata of Oshkosh, visited hero this week whllo enrouto to Kansas to make tholr homo In tho future. , Miss Mary Lacy, who lias been In chargo of tho Hub millinery depart ment, will return to hor homo in Wymoro Friday evening. Miss Elslo Crane, who has resided in Grand Island for aoverol 'months. will return hero Sunday cvonlnir'to visit her Bister Mrs. George . Lomns, All Garments Reduced in Price from 0 T n 10 ONE-HALF. This is the Holiday Sale that is eao-erlv nwniwl lw InnnrlvArlc nf communilv. Its the one real ODDortunitv to hnv vnnr hnlirlnv nntfit Gilts at a great saving in price. Come to a Ladies Store for a Lady's Gift where you are ouiu Lw a "luuu ijitcx ocicouuu iiuig. oecause we specialize m Ladies Keady-to-wear and furnishings only. Below we will mention alphabetically iust a few of tliP o i'-r-. J J ""v .nM.ij Ltyjicn jxiiiwo vjmo uuw Auto Caps Aprons Bath Robes Bags Brasieres Coats Camisoles Corsets Combination Suits Corset Covers Dresses Dressing Lacques Evening Gowns ' Envelope Chemise Furs of all Kinds Gloves, Kid and Silk Handkerchiefs Hose, Sill and Lisle Jockey Caps Kimonas, Silks and Crepe Muffs Middies Night Gowns Neckwear Petticoats ' Princess Slips Kamcoats Li? Skirts Suits Sweaters Scarfs, Silk and wool Underwear Union Suits Vanity Bags Vests , - . Waists EXTRA DRESS SPECIAL FOR THE WEEK ONLY. Our New York resident buver has iust shinned VQPOfiO KnvU4. 4 spot cash at 65 cents on the dollar. The dresses are all wool serge and poplins all rv. xnuuo huh iciigc iiaia dim cuus; coiors navy, green and, brown. Values up 'rs 0 C Tli -in oil -A n-n i-. r.1 ' I Tf T ATP . 1 xnKjf an iiu un oaio in x y j LUlo ai 12.48 and Store open Evenings All This Week. lfcBI l a in j-iB5g Ladies' Outfitting Store, NORTH PLATTE, NEBR. Store open Evenings All This Week. CUT AND COUNTY NK1VS ixr uont two unrnrnlsliod rooms with loctrlc light and bath with nrl vato fuinlly. Close In. ?8.5Q por month S. Gunthor, 802 Enat Cth Btixjet. Mrs. Floronco Arniatronir roHliine.i nor position nt tho Hub last ovonlnir v nnil nccoptcu omployinont nt tho Wll cox clopiirtment sWre this lnomliiB, won! rocolvod In town yostoriltiv told of tho denth nt Wlnnomticn. Nov.. or Hunt J. Honderson, at ono 4lmo a rosldent of North Plntto, but who loft horo twenty ycaru or moro niro. Death was duo to heart dlscaso and occurred last Thursday. Tho deoeaaod had been in tho employ of n mining nnd mining company. Joaoph Donognn, ao of Mr. and Mrs. Mra. J. II. Donognn, Is visiting with tho homo folks for the llrat tlmo In nlno yeaTii Mr, Donoaii loft thla city to aeoopt employment on a bat tleship nnd has alnco boon first ongl noor on tho P. L. M. No. 4. California and otlior largo ahlps. Ho has visited almost ovory city of Europo and re turned to iho Unltod Statos on Iho stenmor St. Lfcluls.- Cloaer and oloiaor tho savaco In. dlaiiB, crept to Uio llttlo band of sot- "tlora. Women and' children woro fall ing on all sides ami tho only chance for rescue was roller from tho fort. Charles Hay risked hU life for itho aako of tho bravo comrades bohlnd him, In tho play "Tho Dosertor" at tho Kolth Thursday night. Undor covor of night ho oludod all tho savages but ono and thon It was a rnco tor life. Un hill and down tho raco continued und finally ondetl In a plungo oivor a 70 foot cliff. Tho comedy nnrt of tho nrorfrmn will bo "His First Falso Stop" with Chcs tor Conklln. 10 and 15 cents. Mr and Mm. Emll Dolko, who re side sovornl miles south of town, an- nounco tho birth of a baby boy tho loltor part of lost week. Mary E. Slaughter hied suit for dl- vorco from John Smughtor In tho dis trict court yesterday. Thoy woro mar ried March 2, 1885, in Wilcox nndi have rosldcd horo for sovon yenra nast. She asks for tho custody of tho minor chlldron, Grace ago sixteen nnd Inez ago fourteen and' alimony. It Is stated tnnt uio nlofondnnt has $2,500 In Dor- sonal property and $1,000 In real CiCptnln Rolfo Hallilgan will nrrlvo in Lincoln tho oarly part of noxt wook, -probably Sunday, and after re maining thoro a fow days, will come horo. Whllo tho Fifth NobrnBka regi ment has not boon ordorod homo, It probably will bo shortly after Janu ary llrat. Ponding its homo-coming, Captain Halligan secured a loavo of uosviice. Wo. tho undorslRncii wIrIi t our sincere thanks to neighbors and frlonds. and osnoclally thonn nt Sutherland, for their kindness during our, into sorrow; and also for tho beau tiful llowora. Sinned. Mr. anil Mra U C. Applognto, Mr. and Mrs. U. Y Applegato, Mr. nnd Mra. B. S. An. plogato, Mr. J. H, Applegato. Mr and Mro. Goo. Shoup, Mr. and Mrs. C. rauiBon. "Sunshlno Molly' with Lois Wol.or In tho tltlo rolo, hilnylng at tho Crvatal Thursday night represents a Bplondid typo of woman, ono of thoao adamant typos upon which tho morality of our nation depends. Tho story of tho film represents what might bo tormod ono of tho rnro selections of tho screen. Among tho other characters that will mtorost you aro thd Widow Hudd. Pat O'Drlon, Patricia, Pat's daughter, nnd old Polo. 10 and IB cents, Mrs. W. A. Monroe a called to Kansas City today by the serious ill ness of her sister. Police Judge Mlltonberger was tak en ill tho first of this week and has been unablo to bo at his office. Tho Et-A-VIrp club 'will bo enter tained nt a Christmas party Thursday aftornoon by Mrs. John Voselpkn. Miss Mario Bowen has returned from Arthur whero alio spent sevoral days with her father last wook. Miss Jesslo Van Brocklin left a few days agb for Storling oftor visiting with her mother for sovernl weeks. Tho Amorlcnn Express Co. lias a now gold leaf sign, tho largest Job of gold leat In tho city. Done by MonHoo Sign Co. Tho 1)081011100 at Wallaco will be come a presidential office January first with a salary of -oho thousand dollars attached. v Garry Hotallng, or Lincoln, is ex- poeted horo Friday ovonlng to visit nis brother-in-law Harry Wells and family. Miss Charlotte McMurniy. or Cana da, arrived horo a row days aco to vis it with hor slstor Mrs. Asa Snyder for two weeks. Tho Entro Nous club will bo ontor. .talned tomorrow aftornoon. by Mrs 'uusthe. All mombers aro tiskdi to bo prosont tit 2:30. No. 2 whent sold in Omaha vestor- day at ?1.C0 and $1.02. In Uio South umnha markot hogs wenti loft 'ilvn conts, (ho bulk sold nround $0.70. Charles Reynolds Dodiro car wan destroyed by flro Sunday ovonlng near Ganuott. John Eyorly of tho Max well gahigo had .brought tho car hero for renalrs and wnn rntnmi well. Tho flro wus boyond coutrol bo foro ho jllscovored It and Uio car was totally dostroyed. It was covered by Insurance. Miss Laura Murray visited In Mux well tho latter part of last week. Mrs. Joselph Quinu, who has beon very III for sevoral weoks, la improv ing. Mrs. Harry Williams has accept ed a position in Uio dry goods de partment or tho Tramp atore. A baby boy was born- tho latter part or last week to Mr. and Mrs. Cllarlos H. Shaffer, who resldo on cast Seventh street. Mrs. W. Hayes, who had been fnu. ing treatmont at tho Nurso Brown Hospital for Bomo tlmo, was ablo uio return homo tho latter part of last week. Tho ltteraturo mooting of the Twen tieth Contury club will bo hniii nt homo of Mrs. T. C. Patterson this ar- tornoon Instead or with Mrs. Barron as announcodi Mis Eurlka Bonekemner. 'of tim iiifii school staff, will loavo the of tho wook for. her homo In Lin coln ito spond two weoks. Lost Purse, olthor on wnnt Tlilril strcot or downtown district, contain ing monoy, papers and fonnfnin tw Return to this office and rocolvo re ward. Mr, anu Mrs. w. E. Owens will leave this wook for Iowa whero tho latter will remain for sevoral months ipr tno benoflt of nor health. Mr. Owens will roturn in ton days. Mrs. Goorgo Lannln, Sr., and son Frank have -returned from" Sinaha whero thoy visited Georire Lnnnin hn has been taking treatmont in a hospital Ulioro for an Injured knee. . A number of young neoDlo.tendorM Harris Stuart a Burorlao bl3ininv luncheon at tho Gem Friday A largo cako decorated with colored candles caused much enjoymont as did tho comic gifts which ho received. Tho losses or tho French army to date havo been 5,800,000 and or tho British 1,300,000, according to "com pet,ont military authorltM.' sav m Overseas News agency statement yes torday. On tho samo authority ithe French losses on tho Sommo uup to th o end or November aro testilnated at not les than 250,000 andl those or the British nt 550.000. Prudent Man. "Had any luck in tho stock market btely?" "Tho best ever." "How much did you clean up?" "Not a cent I listened to n still Bmnll volco and stayed out" Blrming. ham Ago-Hernhl. Distance Lends Fnchantment. She-Do you think It will bo all right for us after we aro married to settlo a eouplo of squares away from my fami ly? He I .was going to say a couple of states. New York Times. Optimism. Wife John, you'll havo to tni- ft 1 1 1 n f ball nwny from Imby. no bit sister on tho head with It John Yes, dear but you should hnvo seen tho curve tho llttlo cuss had on It Puck. 1 rue glory consists in so living as to make tho world happier and better for our living. Pliny. NURSE BltOWX MEMORIAL HOMEOPATHIC HOSITPAL M.Inl,11,0 of th,s '"stltution comes fnr . "omeopathlc remedy; noth ing healing mom nutewu. mnrn .n" moro permanently. " ero is a hospital that Is making it solf known hv ,' is tZ can daro i 7,.TlT. B)'!' SKfi!!! ?djseaser V v( JohH S. Twinom, M. D.