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Sometimes wo get a little (lis
cournged, and feel that what we say
here may bo only a "Voico that
crioth In the Wilderness." It is so
difficult to convey to you the en
thusiasm we have for the magnifi
cent collection of jewelry, . silver
ware, watches, etc, that wo have
laid out hore for your inspection.
Of course, the fact that we are
selling more goods every month than
during tho corresponding month last
year shows that you believe in us,
and wc are grateful and appreciative
Hut wo would like more visitors
those who come just to look things
over for a possible future purchase.
Thcro is no obligation to buy, no
one hero would dare to urge you.
Wc want you to come and see,
and then sometimes you will buy,
Jeweler and Optician.
PHONE 4 OR 8
For Your Drugs. Orders De
REXALL and NYAL
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Local and Personal
County Surveyor Roy Cockran spent
yestorday in Hershey on business.
Frank Seaber, of Wood RlAcr spent
Sunday as the guost of Paul Nolen.
Philip Dents wn3 taken ill Sunday
evening with an attack of appendicitis.
Mrs. William Roynolds has returned
from a short vibit in Omaha with
' Mr. and Mrs. Groves returned to
Hershey aftor n short visit with local
C. E. Mullen, of Lexington, visited
his sister Mrs. Tim Haniiln tho first of
alias Ethel Doncgan returned Sunday
evening from Omaha whoro she visited
John Heldebrand went to, Grand Is
sland last evening to attend 'the B. of
it. T. uanco.
MrB. John States roturnod yesterday
morning from Donvor whoro she visited
hoy Hon Walter last wcok.
Charles Whalen returned Sunday
evening from Kearney whoro tho spent
the day with friends.
James McNcel, who was recently
transferred to Grand Island spent Sun
day with friends in tho city.
Miss Vmirilta Hayes returned last
evening from a short visit in Grand Is
land and Omaha with relatives
Tho Eastorn Star konsington will
meet with Mrs. W. J. Redfiold, 707 V.
9th street Wednesday aftqrnoon.
Ollio Ellas and William Doram re
turned Sunday evening from a short
visit in Gothenburg with friebds.
Clinton's is tho place to buy your
' George Adamson, of this city, and
Miss Besslo Cooper, of Tryon, will bo
married tomorrow at tho home of the
For Sale Thorughbred cockerel. L.
I. Tucker, 221 Chestnut St. 8-1-2
Mrs. Raymond Miller and baby, of
Hershoy, are sponding this weok with
lier sister this wook with her sister
Mrs. 0. W. Sizemoro.
Mrs. Buckley and daughter urrlvcd
Sunday ovoning from Stromsburg and
will make', their homo with N. E.
Buckley in tho Cressler residence.
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IT you shoitltl die totluy tintl lonvo n dlsfrossotl
tAvITo hohlnd, wouhl you lonvo nor nddltlonnl
fttlstress oV having to worry nhout nionoy mnt-
foi'fiV Stnvt n hnnlc nooount now. It will grow
its tho woolen slip hy, nnd you will soon bo so
Interested thnt you will soo thnt.it DQ1SS g-roir.
'nln tho ovout of YOUR
yVOUK rTlJ$ sure 1'rom tho storms p'l" ndverslty.
' ' Do YOUli. bunking with
The First National Bank,
Tho Tiitrgost Hnnlc In "Western 2iobrnslen.
Fred Totro, of Brady, is visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elliott.
Frank Foster visited homo folks In
Gothenburg tho first of thi3 week.
George Loan, of Gothenburg, visited
his sister Mrs. Alex Brooks last week.
Frank Cokor, of Sutherland, spent
yesterday In town transacting business.
William Adair roturnod yesterday
afternoon from Kearnoy where ho spent
two weeks with relatives.
Wanted Girl for general housework.
G02 West -1th. Phone 2G1. tf
Robert Dickey will leave tho last of
this week for western Nebraska towns
to spend a couple of days on business.
Mis3 Mildred Burgner, formerly of
this city, came up from Grand Island
the lattor part of last week to viiit rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wyman and
baby loft Sunday for Chovenno nnd
Green River to visit friends for a weok
Miss Ireno Blauvelt, of the Lorraine
Kcene Company which plays this week,
is a sister of Mrs. Fred Warren and
visited last summer in this city.
Buy Solid Silver and Cut Glass for
wedding presents at Clinton's, The
Mcssers. Corbln Jones, Millego Bul
lard and Gilbort Peters have Issued
invitations to a social danco and card
party at the Masonic hall on Thanks
Grand Island 1b now busy in the laud
ablo work of raising 865,000 for the
erection and equipment of a Y. M. C.
A. building. In the first three days of
the campaign $23,000 was secured.
See the pretty girls on tho stago
through a good opera glass, wo have
Jeweler & Optician.
Mrs. Edward Weston, of Denver,
who spent last week with Mra. John
Frazior and Miss Margaret Frazior
whllo onroute home from tho oast, left
tho latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rcbhauscn en
tertained a number of friends at a six
o'clock dinner Sunday evening in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenco Wornott, of
Kearney. Covers wore laid for eighteen.
Will havo on hand and will tako orders
for brass craft articles from now until
Christmas. Any one interested in same
call at tho house. Mrs. I. W. Van
Doran, 901 Wost 2nd St. tf
At a meeting of tbo Rebokah Lodgo
Fridny ovening an olectio(n of officers
was hold as follows: Noble grand, Mrs.
Irving VanDoran: vico-grand, Mrs. J.
G. Booler; recording secretary, Mrs.
Fred Perrott; financial secretary, Mrs.
Sam Van Doran; treasurer, Mrs, Geo.
Prosser, Dolegato to assembly at Lin
coln Mrs. Fred Ginn.
Mr. Peterson, of Omaha, spent Sat
urday in town and organized n local
committor of the safoty organization
of the Union Pacific. This committee,
composed of twenty mombors is mado
up from tho various departments, nnd
tho object to havo each member make
surrfTCHtions as to the avoidance of
possible accidents and tho safe-guarding
of tno travoiing puuuc as wen as em
ployes. Bring us your old razor ulades and for
2J cents we will have thorn resharponed
as good as now.
Stone Drug Co.
Tho Sterling foot ball! team mot de
feat at tho hands of tho local high
school squad Friduy afternoon on the
local grounds. Three hundred specta
tors witnessod tho game and supported
tho home boys In their splendid work.
Tho score stood C8 to 0 at tho end of
tho second half and from tho first piny
North Plntto showed thoir knowledge
of and skill In playing tho popular
game. Norris Bhowed himself master
of tho gamo in tho first quarter nnd ns
tho gamo progressed dlstinqulshed him
self still moro by his brilliant plays.
Lincoln and Ryan desorve special men
tion for thoir good work. Ryan play
ing ono whole qeartor with a broken
collar bono. The victory is one to bo
groud of owing to the ,,fact that tho
torling team has been known as
champions of Colorado and had tho rep
utation of baing difficult to dofeat.
UJlATll you thon hnvo
Evidence of Theft.
In cleaning up rubbish in his carpen
ter shop yard on west Sixth street Sat
urday R D. Thompson found two bexes
containing felt shoes. Tho boxes had
but lately been deposited in tho yard
nnd tho contents wore new and unused.
The supposition is that tho boxes wore
stolon from some store and the thlof at
the time supposed he was taking leathor
shoes. Having no use for tho feltshoes,
he discarded thtm.
Willis Soon to File Estimate.
Engineer Willis, who was employed
by tho Chamber of Commerce to mnko
an estimate of placing tho South Side
ditch in condition to carry water, will
file his report within the next week.
Mr. Willis made a complete examination
of the ditch week before last, going
from one end to the other and carefully
studying tho requirements of tho neces
sary flume across the South Platte river.
When this report is filed it will be sub
mitted to tho land owners under tho
ditch for their consideration.
Suggest Banquet for Team.
John E. Evans, who is not much of a
foot ball enthusiast, but who believes
In recognizing merit, suggests that tho
business men of the town tender a ban
quet to the high school foot ball squad
as a recognition of their splendid work
this season. The Tribune heartly falls
in line with Captain Evans' suggestion.
To dofeat all opposing teams and that,
too. by decisive scores, ought to be
sufficient to crcato prido within each
resident, and a little glorification meet
ing would be proper.
Will Increase Power Plant.
Report was current a month or so
ago that the Union Pacific would install
an electric plant to furnish power for
its various needs at this terminal. This
however, seems to havo been incorrect,
as the officials have given Manager
Walker assurance that they will con
tinuo to purchase power of the local
plant. With tho new terminal im
provements the company will need
much more power than at present, the
now coal chutos alone requiring fifty
horso powor. Manager Walker will
add to the equipment of the plant an
additional direct drive cagine and
dynamo of 300 kilowat capacity, thus
nearly doubling tho present output of
BRATT & GOODMAN
have a few gilt-edge, first mortgage
loans netting seven and eight per cent
semi-annual interest in sums of $300
and upwards on two to five years'
time. Nothing better or safer for your
Harrington Organize Parades.
In a recent letter to a North Platte
friend M. C. Harrington, of Denver,
I pulled off a parade hero Inst Sun
day, Oct. 27th, where I had 10,000
men and boys over fifteen years of ago.
It took mo a week of hard work to
comploto tho plans of tho organ!
zation; 10,000 people marched from their
respoctivo parishes to Fourteenth
street botwocn Broadway and Ara
phoo at tWo , o'clock, and at
two-thirty .tho- entire march of
10,000 people led by eight or ten bnnds
were marching In perfect order and
every man in his proper place. The
army officers who viewed the march of
this little army lied saw tho swift dis
patch in which they wore formed and
handled, wore bud in their praise of
the superb manner in which they wore
handled. It was no easy task to handle
10,000 men and boys so as to form thorn
in ono position and march them in per
fect order as formerly outlined, within
a poriod of thirty minutes. General
Baldwin, a retired army officer, I
ard, expressod himself as follows: That
it was ono of tho most remarkable
feaU ho had seen performed In his ex
perience. At ono minute to two o'clock
thero was not a soul in sight on Four
teenth street that was to participate
in mo paraue. At exactly two-thirty
over 10.000 poople fell into their posi
tions from tho Bide streets and the
army was on the march without u hitch
or a break in the proceedings.
Puro bred Duroc Jersoy Hogs, both
sexes, all eligiblo to registry, prices
reasonable. Inquire of or address,
Blankenburg Bros. North Platte, Nebr.
Mrs. George Rueber and childron aro
expected this week from Grand Island
to make their homo. Mr. Rueber has
been employed with the Hartman cigatf
factory for some time.
AnV nni wiahlntr Pnrlnr Miton rn rn
Mt at the Watoi' Olllco on Dewey St.,
T and at tho North SId TTnrrltvnrA Rlnra
or phone 44 or black 301 and it will be
Opportunities for All
Whother you aro looking for a place to retire on smnll farm or orch
ard tract, or if you are seeking a business location, California offers you
great inducements. Tho climate varieB but little and tho land is never
idle some crops ripens every season. Three crops from tho same land
in one yoar is not unusal. With tho increasing farm population, new
industries aro needed two turn raw products into manufactured goods.
It is to yonf interest to ivostigato the possibilities of this state with a
view of selecting a location hore.
Standard Road of the West.
DustlcuB Roadbed, Doublo Track,
Protected by Automatic Electric Block Safety Signals.
dosire to help you chooso your now field and when you havo decided upon
tho location, will tako you thoro comfortably and quickly and after you
are settled will aid you in getting yjur products marketed profitably.
For literature and further information relative to
fares, routes, etc., call on or address
F. JE. BUI.IiARD, Agent.
NORTH PLATTE. NK11RASKA.
Local and Personal.
A carload of furniture for tho federal
building offices nrrivod Saturday.
The Christian Aid Society will mettt
Thursday with Mrs. W. T. Green, G15
Clyde Cook came up trom Grand Is
land Saturday to visit at home for a few
Mra. .1. Hnrv rntlirnpil vnatwrrlnv
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u.iKiiiuuii iiuiii isiutiiiu Wflt'in nut;
visited rentives last week.
Wanted Girl for general housework.
Mrs. JI. J. Brork, 714 Wost Fourth, tf
Thomas Gutherless returned yester
day from Cheyenne where he spent a
week with Barney O'Neil and family.
William Brooks, of Gothenburg, who
visited his aunt Mrs. R. Surber last
returned home yesterday afternoon.
Doll Bonner who is a studont at the
University School of Music in Lincoln
spent Saturday nnd Sunday with his
The Rebekoh Konsington will meet
with Mrs. J. S. Hoagland Frilay after
noon. Business of importance will bo
transacted, all members urged to be
Beechcr Parker, of Evanston, came
down Saturday to spend a few days and
accompany Mrs. Parker home tomor
row evening. The latter has been the
guest of her mother Mr. Lowe for a
Your watch balance wheel vibrates
18,000 times per hour; it is in constant
motion night and day. One drop of oil
will oil twelve watches. Your watch
should be cleaned nnd, fresh oil applied
once in 12 or 15 months, Wo guarantee
you the very best service. Dixon, Tho
Jeweler, U. P. Watch Inspector.
The partition on the north side of the
10 cent store was taken out Saturday
evening. In the future tho entire first
floor of the building will be used to dis
play their good thus relieving the
crowdod condition of their former store
space. A largo storo' room has been
added at the rear.
Money to Loan.
on furniture.pinnos or any thing of good
value on your plain note if steadily em
ployed; pay back in small weekly or
monthly payments. Mrs. B. F. Wilcox
son 510 East 4th St. Office In residence,
hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
in Doubt Buy
It stands in a class by itself.
Buy a sack of "DAVID HARUM'
Try it as many times as you wish.
If you are not satisfied that it is
woTth the difference If you are not
convinced it is the best flour you
ever used you can bring or, send
it back and we will refund purchase
Quality considered "DAVID
HARUM" flour is the cheapest flour
on the market today.
Herrod & Son,
a?GUARANTEED SHORT PATENTgwfe
Tho Round Oak
has 42 per cent
surface than any
other base burner,
Tho one real
advance in base
ion in 20 years is
the Round Oak.
Tho Round Oak
is the only base
burner that gives
oractically all its
heat into the room
instead of sending
it up the chimney.
Up to 1908 there
no improvement in
base burners for
15 years. That
yoar the Round
Oak baso burner
was put on the
market with new
giving 42 per cent
than its nearest
then the other
fellows have been
ly to catch up, but
thoy are a long
way in the rear.
Lot ub show you
the good points of
This means smaller coal bills, and more heat.
See this Stove in Our Window.
Having decided to retire from ranching, we offer for sale our
land located near Gannett siding; all bottom land, consisting of
pasture and No. 1 hay land.
We also offer for sale all our stock, viz: One registered draft
and one registered standard bred stallion and a number of draft
horses and roadsters of all ages, 40 head of Duroc Jersey, hogs, of
both sexes, eligible to registry, complete outfit of farming and
haying implements, wagons, buggies, carts and harness of all kinds,
complete set of icing, blacksmith and carpenter tools, all in good
order. We will sell the above implements and tools either singly
or in complete outfits and all will be sold at reasonable prices.
For further information call on or address,
North Platte, Nebraska.
Kow is the time to sell Turkeys, Ducks and
Geese. Don't hold until a day or two before
THANKSGIVING, as we must have all our
Turkeys in by Nov. 22d. to jjet them to our mar
kets and after that time our price will go down.
Our prices are
Turkeys fat 8-lb and over 15c a pound.
Turkeys small and poor from woe to 14c.
Old torn Turkeys 10c, Duck 9 , Geese 7c,
Mens Sc, Spring Chickens gc a pound.
422 W. Front St.
A Full Size 50c Pox of
Hake-Man Tonic Tablets
Are you weak and nervous? Do
you suffer from backaches, rheumatism,
or kidney trouble? Are your stomach and di
gestive organs constantly getting out of whack.
so that you can't enjoy Vour meals any more?
Are you losing weight? Do you sleep poorly? Is
your body weak and cryinir for something that Is
lacking? What you most likely need is more rich,
pure blood coursing through your veins, giving
life and vigor to your entlro system. Vourbody 19
famished. Your entire system iscrylng fornour
Ishment. What you need is atonic, a health-slv
Ing. pure-blood-making tonic MakManTonic
TabUtt they help make men and women
strong; they give new life, new strength, to im
poverished, run-down, over-worked nervous sys
tems. In order that you and every one who does
not know these wonderful health-giving, life
saving tablets, we make thisunusualotfen Simply
cut out coupon, flit in your name and address
send no money Just the coupon, o;id you will
receive absolutely free.ourregularSOcentboxof
MakfMan Tonic Tahiti: Remember, send no
money, there is no string tied to this offer, all
that we ask is that you try this JO-centbox.
Sold and recommended in North
Druggists, first door north
BK T " tNHiWHLLr ( iiiil(f
Turkeys, Ducks, Geese,
Hens and Springs.
Produce - Co.,
North Platte, eb.
Take every tnblrt (as per directions) and we
Know mat in a tew aays you will marvel at the
results. Don't put it off until to-morrow, cut
out thli coupon now, start today on the road
to health. Make-Man Tonle TabUtt will show
you the way, We nre willing and anxious to
five you a full size 50c box free, then judge
for yourself , whether or not they can be of help to
you. Can you resist so earnest an appeal? Foryour
own sake nnd those who love you, cut out this
coupon todav, at once and mall It to us. Mak:
Man Tonle Tahiti t are sold at all ilruc stores 50o
a box on a guarantee or money refunded.
BIAKn-MAN TAI1T.ET CO., IVpt. 300 !
! OOO SI.lkP.Miui Hide.. Clilcnco. 111.
5 I have cerer uwd Make-Man Tablet before ami
wiU to receive, free, a f ull-alio Solent box.
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Platte by Schiller &. Co., Family
of First National Bank.