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Christmas Money for the Future. i Wouldn't it be a pleasant thing to know that, your loved ones would always be provided with Christinas money after you are no more? The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company will write you such a contract that will provide for the payment of $50.00 or more each and every Christmas as long as they live (20 years guaranteed.) The cost is very small and becomes less every year. Rates for women same as men. For full particulars call or write J. H. HEGARTY, Local Representative. McCabeBuilding, North Platte, Nebraska. Phones 90 and Black 490, iff Your Christmas Shopping will not bo complete without a visit to this establishment. Here you will find a very large and carefully selected stock of precious gems and fine jewelry. And you'll ffnd a wealth of articles ail of the best quality, which we offer at moderate prices. The True Gift-Giver of Today is better known by the wisdom of his selection than by the amount of money he spends. If the gift bears distinction the cost may be dropped out of consideration. The "Gift Spirit" is not measured in dollars and cents. You will find the Clinton display an inspiration, and whether your expenditure is large or small, your patronage will be most highly valued. c Jit 9 CLINTOJN The Jeweler, The Sign With The Big Ring. 't.-tfr . 71" vflt v MiSlk- - LOCAL AND PEBSONAL Mra. W. E. Owens was takon 111 tho latter patt of last, week and removed to a local hospital for trcatmont. Mrs. F. A, Johnston and iduughtor Hutu., of Wolllleot, who resided hero laht yeor, aro visiting local frlondH, Mrs. 'Hyallaco Qulnn roturncd 'tho lattorparl of last week from Falrbury .whora sho vlsltod for a couplo of weeks. , Mrs. Thomas O'Noll. of Lincoln, will Arrfvp-fchovtly Hto ho 'tho 'guest of hor ,$BlVf "WHlJms Stupk,' Sr., and MrB.JnnJ08 McEvoy, who has roald i'lHi?!r.'ahoy tor aovoral uvooIcb, camo ''tiowlftlijV'UaUer part ot last week to visit rdldtlvda. ' f Mr. and Mra, II.4' Murdoch, of Noda way Cp.',-, Mo., arrived, horo Saturday inornln$?tnj VhiltUholr acyi Ray Mur doch -aHtl family. Mr. and Mm. Goorgo Adams, of Jul esburg, aro oxpoctedi horo thla wook to visit tho formor's iparouts Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Adams. D. B. "Whlto and Hoy Cochran re turned tho latfor part of last wook from Alliance whoro they attended tho county clork's conyontlon. Mlaa Ruth Ileacock, of Falls City, re turond' homo Sunday ovonlng after apondlng Uiwo.- weeks with Mra. Earl Hamilton ankl Mrs, N.1 E. Buckley. Tho deposits In tho banks of Gothen burg on, November 17th wro about $30,000 'greater than In tho banks of Loxlngtofl, and totaled over a million dollars. - Orvlllo Boal, a fanner living near Brule shipped 180 hogs Ito Kansas City a short time ago for iwlhch ho received $5,300, Ho has 2G0 moro which ho will Bhlp later. Tho food necessary to fat ten "tho animals was grown by Mr. Boal. ' Tho picturesque grandeur ot Alplnp surroundings forms tho background for Marguerito Clark's uppearaneo In "Out( of 'tho Drift's, a talo In which Uioj adorablo star. Is pitted against a pow erful adversary. This picture Will bo' shown at tho Keith tonight. 10 and 1C cents. Ike A SENSIBLE GIFT Give your friends and relatives a sensiblo &ift of value. Come to the McDonald State Bank . -Ji and deposit one dollar or more in a sav ings account. Put tho Pass Book in a Christmas Envelope and you have an attractive gift that is of lasting value and which shows you are a tnou&litful person. If you cannot call then send your check and instruction by letter. Miss Mario LoDIoyt has accepted a position In 'tho Austin Jewelry store. E. R. Goodman left Friday for Om aha to spend sovoral days on business. Diamonds aro a safe Investment. Thoy mako Ideal Christmas gifts. DIXON; the Jowoler. Mra. Charles "WcJr has returned from Grand Island where vlsltelj iMr Wolr. ' ' ... . JU'' . Wo hnVo a Schiller ' Piano slightly used at a great bargain. WALKER MUSIC COMPANY. Mrs. J. I. Smith returned Friday from Falrbury whoro sho visited" for a weok with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank WJpkleman, of Fremont, nTO oxpocted Friday tp visit their daughter Mrs. Jack Carroll, How to look j'ouf best demonstrated at tho Coatos Beauty Parlor. Miss Mario McCabo will arrlv0 homo Friday from Nairo Damo Academy to spend tho holidays with hor parents. Mrs. Corn hi Stack and son ,of Don- vor, who spent the st week visiting Mr. Stack In this city will return homo Friday, ., Miss Hazol Mlnshall who has. boon leaching In Lincoln, will como homo thief wfitak to spend Christmas with hor parents. For Salo Throo lots on west Cth streets for $450.00. First lots in Cody addition. Inquire of Will Hawloy. 95-tf W. T. Grcon who has boon critically 111 with blood poisoning and paralysis of tho taos for a weok past Is improving. Miss Madgo Flynn who la attending school In Qulncy, 111,, will return this wook t;o spend hor vacaMon iwltli rolatlvos. . Miss Graco Hollman, of tho high school staff, wJll leave Friday for Tor bias to sipond 'tho holidays wltli : the, homo folks. Wanted Girl for general work. Bost wages and no washing Mrs. Charles Whelan. 95-tf Tho Colorado-Nebraska beet grow ers association has boon organized at Julesburg, and a canvass for boot acreago Is bolng mado, Uio torrltory In eluding Keith and Douol Counties. If tho acreago Is socured It Is understood ho GreatWestern Company will orect u factory at Julosburg. Mrs Carlton, of Grand Island, came last week to visit her daughter Mrs. J. I. JesBup and son Earl Carlton for a iweok or longer. Mrs. Mrs. B. M. DIckerson, of Brady, s'pent last week with friends in town. Reported Bonuses for Employes. Union Pacific employes have been givon a hint, says a repprt from Om aha, that Santa Claus will emerge from tho headquarters building this week and make a trip over tho lino distributing presents to employes In the shape of bonus checks. The slzel of these checks has not been Intimated by the officials, but in somo way ihe report has gotten out that each check will represent one week's pay of the recipient, nnd If this Is true tho checks will Tango from fifteen to one hundred dollars each! the disbursement at this terminal aggregating about twenty thousand dollars. This report, however, is not official. Tho business of the Union Paclflfc for 1917 shows an Increase of about forty-five per cent over 1916, and tho board of directors evidently feel that thoy can afford to share this prosper ity with their employes. ::o:: Funds for Charity. Tho committee In charge of the re ception recently tendered governor elect Neville had a surplus of one hun dred dollars after the .expenses were paid. The latter part of last weok this amount was given to tho Twentieth Century club. Twenty-live dollars will be used for the community Christmas tree and seventy-five dollars for char i,;ablo purposes. New Drinking Fountain. A large iron drinking fountain, for both man and beast, is being Installed at the Intersection of Sixth and Pine streets. It is a real fountain in size, weighing about a ton, and 1s sur mounted wV'h an electric light; It Is an Improvement, that is needed and in buying it the city council is to bo commended. Will Erect Apartment House Tho J. C. Wilson property at tho Corner pif Locust and Third streets has been bought by members of tho Blankenburg family for flvo thousand dollars. Tho present house ylll bo sold and removed and) In the spring an apartment "house will bo erected on tho site. While the plans for ihe build ing havo not been fully completed, it Is probablo that there will bo flvo or six apartments of four or flvo rooms each. ono of which will be occupied by Bert Reynolds as a residence and of fice. Tho sito is close In and the apartments will no doubt bo eagerly sought. The building iwdll havei a heat ing plant and each apartment supplied with hot; and cold water and other conveniences. '::o:: County Teachers Meet A Lincoln county teachers' meeting was held In the high school auditori um Saturday afternoon. Miss Annio Kramph 'gave an interesting talk on behalf of the public library board, ex tended tho teachers tho privilege of using reforenco books in tho library In their school work; Miss Thea Hansen read a paper on ".Primary Work" in .tho schools, and Miss Elsie Johnston addressed the teachers on "Penmanship." The meeting closed with an address by County Superin tendent Gantt, in which, sho compli monted the teachera on their past work and made suggestions for the work to be accomplished for the remainder of this term. :o: ; Turkeys will be high in price, and tho longer you wait the higher they will be. Place your orders at once. at. MARTI' S MEAT MARKET. :;oi Notice Tho cemoni block building at Eighth and Locust streets formerly occupied by the North Platte General Hospital will hereafter bo known as tho North ern Building. 97-2 E. LINDBLAD. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Powell went to Grand Island Saturday evening, to visit friends. i'i houso- - !n!! A anted A single man on a farm. Steady Job Weure about to close one of the most , successful years that we have experienced? in the Grocery and Dry Goods Business. From the standpoint of pleasing our patrons and making a host of new friends this year has greatly surpassed any previous one. Inasmuch as this success is directly attributable to our many patrons, we wish to take this means of expressing our appreciation to all of you for the valued patronage you have afforded us. In connection with us this we Wish to gov that our goal for 1917 will be to reach the highest pinnacle of Service, Efficiency and CoUrtesyO $Tt In preparation for the coming Yultide Season, we have placed our orders early with wholesales of bruits, Vegetables, etc. m order to get the cream of their stock. In vegetables we will have only the choicest and most delicious that the market affords. This includes Head and Leaf Lettuce, 'Giant mid Pascal Celery, Parsley, Green Peppers, Radishes, Green Onions, Fresh Tomatoes, CucumWs, etc. It is a pleasure to sell these vegetables, because we know that they give satisfaction. Apples The Big Red Juicy Kind. Try a box of them for Xmas. The price is very reasonable and you can be sure that every apple is absolutely sound. Xmas Candies- fc Our counters are already lined with all the different varieties. The Child's Xmas is not complete without some choice Xmas Candy to munch on. Let us help make the kiddies Xmas a happy one, by assisting you in. selecting your Xmas Candy early. -Nuts- Of all the varieties and again only those of the choicest stock. Only the new 1916 Nuts will be on snie. . 4 -Xmas Trees- Any thing from a baby tree to an old Grandfather tree. All kinds to pick from and prices within reach of all. Make your selection early and we will put it aside for you. Our drivers are veritable Santas when it is necessary to slip the tree in the coal shed, unknpw to the little one. You will find that our grocery department is an ideal headquarter for your eating desires. A Merry Xmas and a Happy Year awaits everybody at E. T. Tramp & Sons. for good man. Address with rotor "Ask your Neighbor about us." Phone 147. onco and wages wanted. Box 3i8 North Platte.