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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss Wynn Sullivan, of Brady, visit ed the lattor pnrt of las.? wook with tho Fltzpatrlck family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doran and daughters will go to qrotna this week to visit rolativos for nr week. Mrs. Harold A. Chambers of Goring, camo a fow days ngo to visit hor par ents Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Coatos. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Groves have returned from Moltoy, MJnn.T where they viiLtod rolativos for a month. Clinton Grovos, wf Bayard, camo down Saturday evonlng to visit Mrs. Joseph McNeill and othor relatives. Romomher the turkey supper to be served this evonlng at the Masonic hall by tho ladios aid of tho Christian Dr. Morrill, Dentist. Miss Minnie Ward, of ClarksI'Vill arrive "here 'tho lattor part ofn'his week to visit tho Souder family for a week. How about that Grafanola to make homo happy all the year? We have all the styles to select from. DIXON, the Joweler. ; Mr. and Mrs. Lindomuth, of oast Fifth streot aro happy ovor the arrival of a baby girl at their home the latter part of last week. Pyrolin ivory, cut glass, fountain pens, cigarette cases, pearl beads, la valies and brooches make an (Al present. C.M.AUSTIN. Mrs. Joseph Qulnn, who has been ill for some time, will leave tomorrow evening for Cheyonno to remain with Jier mother for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sawyer, Jr., of Gheyenne, are expected In a few days to visit tho former's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sawyer for a fortnight. Diamonds are always a good in vestment. We have a good assortment to select from. MAKE THIS A JEWEL RY CHRISTMAS. CLINTON,- The Jeweler. .The Christmas tree for tho Metho dist and Presbyterian Sunday schools will be held Friday evening at tho Presbyterian church and the program will be rendered Sunday morning. -Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Henderson, oi 'Marysvillo, Mo., came, here Satur-j day' morning io make their home. The former has been appointed) dis- trict manager of the Yeoman lodge with head quarters in this city. Tho ,body of J P. Smith, who died last week from drinking carbolic acid!, ' and has boon held at tho Maloney un dertaking rooms pending word from a sister of tho deceased ralio resides ini Canton, p., will bo interred' 'this after-' noon in the North Platte cemetery. Henry Corbett and Orvllle Powell, o,f Brady, were tried in the county, court yesterday morning for stealing a watch and Stetson hat valued at flf-; teen dollars from a Brady store. They were given a ten day sentence in the county jail. j William Murray, with tho Walker Contracting Co., and Edward Do herty who Is employed as a laborer Oh tho new depot, wore arrested Sun day cvening-for causing a disturbance. They were tried in the county court yesterday morning and will remain In jail for seven days SALE OF LOT AND BLOCKS TRACTS IN TUB COPY ADDITIONS CONTINUE. There are only 11 few lots mid tracts left and wc wish to close them all out by the first of tho year. Kven tlio io liavo snow coloring iho ground you can sco how letel nnd high tlnc tracts lay, nnd we will continue the sale right along until the first of the year. It is not probable thttt iuiy of these tracts will h left after thai f Imp as We expect to soil whatever is on hund at that time to an investor, consequently this is your final chnnce to buy nt anywhere near tho prices now on these tracts, l'hone for an appointment to see tho tracts. C. V. THMWiK, Agent. Phone fit). ::o:: Judgment Against linker. In the federal court in Omaha last Thursday n woman secured n Judgment of 2,000 'against Dick Baker, lato Of this city, and the stroet railway com pany. Tho ca80 was an unusual one. Baker, about three years ago, was driving an auto and bumped into a street car. No one wa3 injured, but this particular woman who was riding in the street car, became so frightened over the collision os to effect hor norvos. and since then alio alleges she has been a norvous wreck, and thereforo sued for damages resulting from poor health Q - MAKE THIS A JEWELRY CHRIS MAS. Jewelry is about the only article that has not advanced In price, CLINTON The Jowolor. Dig Fires at Cheycncne. Fire nt Cheyenne Sunday night prac tically destroyed the Inter Ocean hotel andl burned to death four persons. At about tho same hour fire started at the Union Pacific shop3 plant and des troyed several buildings entailing a loss placed at $200,000. Regis and Agnes Rauch, who have been attending the convent In Con cordia, Kans., will return Friday to spend' the holidays wifrh the hoimo, folks. Miss Margaret Amen, of Hastings, and Mrs. Browning, of Tacoma, who have been visiting their sister Mrs. J. J. Gettman, will return homo next week. Freman Hansen, who has been at tending the, Kearney Military academy camo Saturday to visit' his grand mother Mrs. Emma Pulvor and will assist tliis week in the Star Clothing houso ERECTOR, the educational toy. 96-3 When it comes to toys, tho Rincker Book & Drug Co. certainly has tho stock a regular Santa Clavfs head quarters for tho Kiddles. Here will be found the mechanical toy as well as tho cheap ones. . Six hundred nnd fdrty acres of land in Dawson county, comprising the estate of the late H. F. Monko, and located twelve miles north of-Lex-Ington, sold last week for ?58,000. Ono quartert section sold for. SlOjOOO,, an other quartor'for, 13,000, a Milrd'tiuart er for $14,500, and tho fourth for $14,500 Tho sale was by public auc tion. Each of theso farms are well im proved with bulidlng3. Kips g& A happy Christmas thought KODAK " The gift that adds to the good 'times at the moment; that indoors and out gives zest to the merry making AND THEN preserves the happy picture story of all that goes to make the day a merry one. Our store is alive with Christmas suggestions. Everything photographic everything up-to-date. REXALL DRUG STORE PHONE NO. 4. T K I ium J ii mi hi-. i- i ii A i i ii i --- r I Only Ffcre More Shopping Days Til! Christmas! The Time is Short. Don't Waste any Time or Worry "Looking Around," Como to . LIERK-SANDALL'S and all your troubles will be over. Here you will find a greater collection of eatables for you Christmas dinner, and so complete as to make it easy to find just what you want in a few minutes' time As the Christmas Dinner approaches find out just what Mother needs to make her tasks for this day much easier. Has She Ever Used Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffee? Has She Xvied the Famous Richelieu and Grand Canyon Canned Goods? Has She Ever Thought of Using the Morning Glory or Cow Brand Flour For Her Cakes and Pastries? When I eat Canned Sweet Corn I want it to taste just as. near like the" juicy ker nels fresh shaved from the cob and cook ed as human genius can prepare it; I want the corn to have a real distinctive sweet corn flavor, different, not tasteless and common; I want it lender, not tough; I believe, too, that this is the way you want, canned sweet corn. Now it is a fact that our - Richelieu and Grand Canyon c6rn meets the high requirements in a remarkable way. The corn itself is grown and packed in Maine, and as to care in selection and canning, the names Richelieu and Grand Canyon tell their own story of flavor and kernels as you know who use Richelieu and Grand Can yon Canned Goods. Morning Glory and Cow Brand Flour, carefully selected and.scieqtifical- perly miilcdjgfto develop lv blended, proni full strength, tevlure and atiloi. Thisv combination produces flourpossessing maximum quality. When you buy of these labels you are receiving the very 'M best for the price with perfect uniform- Have You Ghse&a the Ooffee For Voiar Christmas KHraraer? There'll bo more good fellowship more Christmas cheer more of the holiday spirit .about the table if you finish your dinner with chase & "Sea! Brand Used By Three Generations 55 He Said, "Amos, what scest Thou?" and I said, "A wonderful supply of sea sonable Fruits and Vcgctable8."-(Amos viu-2. Perhaps the old prophet was looking down the ages, and beholding our 1916 Xmas supply of luscious Apples, Orang es, Grape Fruit, Figs, Dates, Grapes, Lettuce, Celery, Sweet Potatoes, Parsley, Radishes, and many other, choice Fruits and vegetables. What could be more appropriate lor you Christmas dinner than some of tho above mentioned Fruits and Vegetables? Leave tho order with us; and we will see that it is properly taken care of and delivered to you the day beforo Xmas. Christmas Trees and f olders Our Xmas Trees, .shipped from Wis consin, (the bushy kind) are here. We always clean up on Xmas Trees and holders each year, and orders that come in late do not receive the same atten tion as those booked 'early ." Often times we are unable to fill, eleventh" hour or ders, as we do not have any way to re plenish our stock. ORDER EARLY. WOODWARD'S CHOCOLATE AND CHRISTMAS CANDIES Our special sale of Woodward Chocolates at 30c a Pound is meeting with wonderful success and will continue through 1 this week. Better order a pound or two for delivery at once. Another and Still a Better Special in those Large Juicy and Delicious California Navel Oranges for this week: Regular 60c a dozen, special 43c; regular 50c a dozen, special 38c; regular 45c dozen, special 32c; regular 35c a dozen, special 28c; regular 30c a dozen, special 21c Order your supply of these early. The Wise Men of the East delivered gifts by dromedary express; it was the best system they had. The Wise Men of the West have a better sytem; two (2) auto deliveries and one (1) general delivery wagon that - scurry up this street and down that, the drivers hurrying to your door with packages, and rushing off again, whistling cheerily, and shouting to acquaintances by the way. We take care of you, . To get in touch, you call us up by any of oar three phones in our store, 31, 32 and 33; you don't have to wait. The Eastern Wise Men were in touch, but not just that way. And we don't keep you waiting when you come to our store. Nobody wants to wait-lhese days; so we have an extra large force of salespeople, capable, and attentive, for the holiday trade. You say the word and we'll deliver the goods mighty, quick. SO HERE'S A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU. Lierk-Sandall Company, STORE CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMAS. i N fi SS 'T iS RAILROAD NOTES J. W. McGraw has returned from Omaha whore ho transacted business for a fow days. Conductor I. L. Bailor, who was out of aorvlco Xor several months, waa re instated1 the latter part of last week. Fred Frye, who has been employed in Rawlina for several months, is ex pected hero tho latter part, of this week. Fifty men aro being examined this week for conductors and engineers In tho Union Pacific examination cars in charge of O, W. Brandt. During tho month of November two hundred and ono brakeman and two hundred and three flremon ,wero plac ed' on itlio pay roll of tho Union Pacific between Choyenno and Omaha. David Sheedy was recently appoint ed as night watchman at .tho "Willow street railroad crossing, Tho amount of traffic mado it necessary to appoint a night watchman for tho first tlnio in a number of years. W. A. Witney, of Omaha, superin tendent of transportation on tho Union Pacific, spent Satuday in town look ing aftor Jimtor& at this tormlnal. Mr. Whitnoy was formorly superinten dent of tho Wyoming division, which ho waa forced to resign on account of his health. Sinco then he has bulld og up his condition and is fooling fine ::o:: Telephone Co. .Making Improvement. Tho Nebraska Tolephono Co. has a gang of sixteen men here, recon structing and changing tho line be tween North Plntto and Blgncll from a grounded circuit io a metallic cir cuit; also reconstructing tho toll lino between North Platto and Sutherland. Thoso Improvements will cost between eight and ten thousand dollars, ;;o;;. Buffalo Meat. Plaeo your order at onco for buffalo meat dlrecl from Pawnee Bill's ranch at Pawnee, Okl. Tho supply is limited. MARTI'S MEAT MARKET. CLUUS AND SOCIETIES Thos mombors of the high school foot ball squad will bo ontertnined by Coach and Mrs. Losllo Baaklns at I'JioIr homo Thursday evening. Mrs. P. J. Barron will entertain tho Iltoraturo dopartmont of tho Twentioth Contufry Club this aftornoon. Tho sub ject for discussion will be tho Kensing ton andl grab bag. Tho Ellto club wero ontortalned Wed Wednesday ovonlug by Mrs. E. N. Johnston. Prizes woro won by Mes damea I. J. Jcssup and L. L. Bcrthc. An exchange of-Chrlstmaa gifts was mado and docorations were in holt day colors. Tho members of tho M. M. M, club woro iho guosta of Mrs. F. J. Wurtolo Friday aftornoon. Progressive card games wero played and tho first prize awarded to Mrs. Harry Mitchell. Guosts of tho club woro Mesdamcs Hopper and Fetter and Mrs. Gorald Stack of Denver. Mrs. N. B. Buckloy was bostoss to tho Pan Hellenic Boclety Friday af ternoon. Tho guest of honor was Miss Ruth Hciacock, of Falls City and tho out of town guests wero Miss Emily PortorHold. of Charles Town, W. Va nnd Mrs. S. R. Donohower, of Peoria, 111. Tito Indies spent tho afternoon in konalngton and social conversation. no:: Make Tills a Jewelry ChrJslninR. Wo aro offering very good values this Chrismas. Prices have not ad vanced in our lino. CLINTON, Tho Jowolor. ::o:: For Sale 1 black maro coming C years in spring, 1 organ good oa now, 1 bed Btuid and springs, 1 cot, 1 cook stovo, 1 baso burner, 1 tent 12x14 ft and poles, 2 rocking chnlrs, 1 tablo, 1 clock, I stand and part of a stock of mer chandise Inqulro ajt; 203 So. Dowoy i Earl Bowser, of Grand Island, 13 oxpocted hero Friday to spend Christ mas wok -with his parents Mr. and Mrs. 0, E. Sousor. i