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The OwIb will opera house iucsday What home should be without one, or in fact several, for they complete the furnishings for every -room, be it par lor, bedroom or kitchen. There are two things required of a clock, first that it be ornamental, that is of small import ance if it does not keep time. We guarantee every clock we sell to keep perfect time for if it does not it is no clock. CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician. m m m OR. 0. H. CRESSLER, GraiHile Oculist. Ofltefl over th McDonald State Dunk. SCHILLER & CO., Prescription Druggists First Door North of FInt Nation! Bank LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The Coterie Club is being entertained this afternoon by Mrs. Guy Cover. Miss Gcraldlno Bare entertained tho GlrlH Friendly Society Tuesday evening. H. B. Hordo, of Central City, has been transacting business and visiting Ids cousin Irwin Horde for several days. Miss Evelyn Jeffera will Icavo Sunday for Omaha to spend her vacation with iter sister Mrs. Will Cary. Miss Edith Gantt will lcavo tomorrow momlne for Clarka to accept the prin- eipalahip of tho school. The Store room 22x100 with basement 30x30 at 223 East Sixth St. will bo for refit after Sept. 15th. S. Goozee. Miss Grace Ogier, who has been vfeiting in Wallace for some time will return home tomorrow. Mrs. Tockler and two sens of Grand Island, who have been vial ting Mrs. Ed. Ogier fer several days, .went home WsdfuMxlav. Misa Marie Salisbury returned a few -days ago from Kearney where, she spent the fore pari of the week. Little Elizabeth Chapman will re turn today from a two months visit with relatives Cincinnati, Ohloo Mr. and Mrv, Taager, Mrs. Louisa Peters and E. T. Tramp spent yester day in SuUierlanu making the trip in the tatter's car. For Sale A Geod Jersey Milk Cow, coming fresh the latter part of October. Inquire of F. C. Waltematfi, G02 So. Loeuet Mrs. Josephine Cunningham, of Wood River who spent the past week hero left yesterday to mako arrangement to move to this city. Mrs. Thomas Ryan and Miss Vera Selmrman will return today from Victor, Colo.? where they visited rehv Uvea for a week. Mr. .ami Mrs. Conrad Scharmann and baby, of Omaha, who have been guests f the former's mother Mrs. Valentine gharmann, left this morning. Mr. ami Mrs. I. A. Gilbert, who were married, last week at Cocad, returned yaterdy morning from Denver where they spent their honeymoon. Wanted horses. Will pay $lo or $90 for same. Let me know what you have. Apply before Sept 6, T. E. Tilley, 312 So. Cheanut Ml Meg smith, uavis, 'i,nomton and 11 t . v it t Tveisn instructors in me local scnooia are expected today from their homes in the east where they spent their vaca tlons, The Nevita Club spent a pleasant afternoon with Mrs. George Schata Wednesday, In Uio interesting contests arranged by the hostess Mrs. Fred Huxoll and Mrs. Horace Barraclougl were .awarded tno pnr.es winch were dainty hand painted plates. Enjoyable- refreshments wera served. Omaha Beo Booklovcra Contest No, S. started Atigust 10. 1911. New cata Dally and Sunday Boo by mall 10 centa per weeK. uauy ana Sunday Hco by carrier la cents per wcck. Dr. Willis J. Rcdfiold, of the Phy siclana & Surgeons Hospital, leaves Saturday for Vienna, where he will re main for a year doing special research work in the clinic of the University of Vienna. Dr. Redfteid's conrse of study and clinical research will lead to the higher mWkal degree Uiat is conferred by the university for efficient post graduate work. Mrs. Rcdfield and eon Glenn will remain in Omaha until Dr. RwlfleW returns to again take up his profeaeional work in tho Physician & Surge cm Hospital. LostFour loaf clover pearl pin. Finder leave at this office and rccclvo reward. Mrs. Guy Cover will leave tho first of next week for Lincoln and Omaha where she will spend two weeks. Mrs. Lemon, formorly of the Palace Cafe, has purchased tho lunch room on Sixth street and will conduct tho same In the building formerly oacupled by Gilbert barbershop. For Sale Lots Band C, block 75, with four room houso; located on west Eighth St Inquire of Major Walker. Two representatives of the Union Pacific woro in town yesterday feeling tho public pulse relative to the impend ing labor trouble. They interviewed a number of business men. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schatz enter tained a few intimate friends Tuesday evening at dinner in honorof Misa Mary Barry, of Columbus, O., who Is visiting in town. K.OO buys a 7"-jewel Incersol Trenton at Dixon's. The.,bftt .watch in the worm a j $o,w. , II. R. Potter, one of the dismissed URion Pacific employes, left yesterday for Lexington where he will assist. Mr. Hofliino in getting out a city directory. Directories of other towns in western Nebraska will be gotten out Tailored Waists the new stvles for fall are here. Wilcox Department Store. In honor of his birth anniversary Master Vincent Roddy entertained party of boy friends at a six o'clock dinner last evening, an affair that was greatly enjoyed by tho guests, who showered a number of gifts on the young host Covers were laid for ten ryatcn experts tno wonu over are agreed that a good watch should bo cleaned and freshly oiled onco in a yoar. Dent,your time piece need overhauling? we can uo it tno nest possible. Ifcw 1 not be a "racket" that will hold forth next Monday, but a racquet a tennis racquet mind you, and tho trouble (which is sufficient for a racket) will be between (ho Lexington Tennla Club, and some of the local tennis stars, The fright particular portion of the bill will be the battle royal between Birge, of this city, and Smith of Lexington Thqse gentlemen played to a tie at Lexington on July 4th, and each vowb to take the scalp of the other next Monday. The Tribune, of courso, will give a full account of the names in tho next issue. evening, Sept 5th, and nil members are urged to at tend and bring a friend, who would like to join. Tho national .organizers Hill and Kessler, have consented to remain and be present at tho meeting. Tho hnrter will remain open for tho moot- ng and the charter membership fee of 5.00 will be accepted. A Dutch lunch will bo served during the ovening. Mrs. C. J. Perkins left yesterday morning for Big Springs to make a short visit Misa Maude Mollynoaux will return today from an extended visit, in Vir ginia with relatives. Miss Bertha Banks will IcaVo tho first of tho week for Lexington to open her school term. Miss Alma Morrill who has been visiting in Chicago since Juno rotumed home yesterday afternoon. New styles of Hntrgoods just rccived at the Hairdrcssing Parlors. J. C. Bonver, manager of the N. P. Telephone Co., went down tho road Wednesday on business for the com pany. Mr. and Mrs. John Singleton loft Wednesday for Dover, Del., and points in Pcnnsylvannia to spend several weeks. Dixon. Tho Jeweler. U. P. watch inspector. PERFECT IN EVERY LINE that is tho way you will look in your photograph, when we take It You have tho right to demand porfectio;t of port raiture. YOU LOOK 'YOUR BEST whyou como to us, n'dwo do our best This means that something will; . result and it liy a perfect G.W.ANDERSON He! meet nt tho Lloyd . with out Wanted A irirl for general house work. Apply to Mrs. J. A. Jones, 116 West becond streot Mr. nnd Mrs. Tony Boyer and baby, of Denver, are visiting tho former's mother nnd brothers, having arrived a few daya ago. For rent Five room houso 406 E 3rd St Edward Schatz resigned his position at the Schatz Cigar store yesterday and will leave for Omaha to attend Boyle College. Wanted A Good girl for general houso work. Good wages. Mrs. A. Beyerle, 108 south Sycamore, phono 242. Miss Bcatrica Murphy, who has been visiting her parents in Meringo, Iowa, returned Wednesday morning to take up her duties as teacher. Mrs. Clyde Drew and son, of Omaha, arrived yesterday morning to spend two weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. VonGoetz, Sr. Wanted Man and wifo children to wbrk, woman to, cook;, 'at Kjoay rancn. rnone nui. Air. and Airs, uutler JJuchnnnn came home Wednesday evening from an ex tended stay at Palmer Lake, Colo. The former's health is greatly im proved. . Miss Margaret Ware returned Wed nesday from Cheyenne and Denver and will visit a short time with the Misses Ottcnslcin before returning to her home In Blair. Wanted Second girl at Cody Ranch., Phono A414. Dick Ross, whilo baling hay for Jesse Long Wednesday, had a foot caught in tho baler and badly rnashed. For tunately no bones were broken, but it will bo several weeks before Dick will have full use of the foot. Wanted A good girl for general houso work. No other need apply. Mrs. Fried Marti, 121 West Fourth Street Habeas corpus proceedings were filed In tho dirtrict court Wednesday by B. F. Hastings an attorney of Grant in the matter of an application of Phillip K. Huffman who claims ho is unlaw fully deprived of his liberty by L. F. Keller, of ferkins Co. In a warrant Issued In a town of New Mexico charge Ing said P. K. Hoffman of drawing and uttering a worthless check. Tho case will como up ,In the federal court Monday. Heme from Training Schee). Mrs. M. K. Duke returned Monday from attending the Notional Training School of Spirella Corscttercs held at Meadvllle, Pa., August 1st to 11th, in clusive. Over COO Corseticrcs wore in attendance at the sessions which wcro held dally, morning nnd afternoon. The Splrclld Company manufactures high grade corsets which aro sold only through its Corse tiers who aro trained and educated through a correspondence course, nnd these National Training schools held annually and other schools held in selected cities throughout the United States nnd Canada during the year, ihe National Training Schools are held in Meadvillo and arc very argely attended. Tho sessions were presided over by iho oxecutive officers of the company and an ablo corps of in structors in anatomy, designing, adver tising, salesmanship am the many features pertaining to an expert Cor- setiereB business. Tho Spirella company has a strong organization and spends vast sums of monoy in educating its army of over 5000 Corsetiores, to mako them pro fessional in the art of coraetry. It also lookB after tho comfort and welfare of its employes with zealous care and is one ot tno lew large manufacturing concerns interested in welfare work. Its employes have tho advantages of free instructions in music, both vocal and instrumental, millinery, fancy work, china painting, penmanship, etc., and many out door sports. During tho convention the visiting Corsctieres were given a compliment ary outing at Comcant Lake, near Mcodville, by tho Spirclln Welfare As sociation. A picnic dlnnor waq served at which 1,150 plates were laid. Tho Choral Class of tho association gave tho visitors a fino musical entertain ment in the Meadvilie Opera House, and tho business men of tho city, tendered tho executive office of tho Spirella company 'and tho Corseticrcs a banquot and entertainment at Ponco do Leon Springs, another summer re sort near Meadvllle. Mrs. Duko is very enthusiastic over her trip to the National Training school and states that tho entire course of Instruction was far beyond her ex- pectioji. Over COO corsetieres were in attendance, soma from Canada and the whole course of two weeks was char acterized by close attention, n hunger for knowledge nnd an enthusiasm sur passing all previous schools. She feels that her patrons will appreciate this extra training which- she availed hor3clf of. It is tho aim of the Spirella Company to develop every Corsetiero to the highest degree in tho art of fit- Uhg made-to-measure corsets. or- ' ' ." ' u or Kent Three umurnishcu rooms ;mAYest 8th St ! . ""ME and, Mrs. J. C Cloud, of Wayne, are visiting this week with town fiends. The Chi Omega girls held a picnic at Sioux Lookout Wednesday in honor of Misses Arta Kockfen and Edith Gantt who will soon leave to take up their duties as teachers in Sheridan and Clarks. Notice to the Public. Because of tho serious loss caused "by short weights of cars, bad preparation of coal, poor accounts and tho larger investment necessary by reason of croditbusincss, we find it necessary, in order to'obtain a fair and reasonable profit, that wo must cither increase the Iprico of coal or else get payment on 83113, It is tho fairest way to keep tho price as low as possible, and not ask ninny pcopio 10 pay mo Dins or an other. Therefore on nnd af tor, Aug, 2lst wo will sell coal for cash only, without discrimination, ana treat everyone alike. believing that this courso of action will meot tho approval of all thinking pcapiu. .!. . , ,, ..... . ine miiis nave 10 ua nam nniv nnm and tho coal man enjoys sound sleep as yvvii no uiiy unu, W. W. BlRGE, G. T. Field, TueC. F. Iddings Co.. No.th Platte, Aug. 18th, 1011. AccHiod ef Stealing, E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Mo., boldly accuses Bucklen's Arnica Salve of stealing tho sting from burns or scalds Uie pain from sores of all kinds tho distress from boils or piles. "It robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains nnd injur ies of pain, he says, "as a healing remedy its equal don't exist" Only 25c at Stone Drug Co. Seemed to Give Hint a New Sleaack. suffered intensely after eatinor apd no medlcino or treatment I tried seemed to do any good." writes Hi M Youngpctors, Editor of Tho Sun, Lake view, unio "iho tirat lew doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gave me surprising relief and tno seconu bozuo seemed to give me a new stomach and perfectly crood health." For salo by all dealers. Ten Miles for a Cent Froa obc-tenth (o one-fifth centi pet ttil coven the coit of operating a HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE Th ftllfit&ry PHov Thw toachke m always ready for a hurry-up trip or a pkauro rua. Will do the toad work oi 3 hone. No expeaie wba idle. We would like to tell you mere about the gro'.ett tpott is ike world. Corns ta sad tee u. MINOR HINMAN, Agent. NORTH PLATfE, NEBRASKA. J Closing out Sale Echelbery's New and .Second Hand Store. Ranges from $5.ooiup. Stoves from $i.oo up. Large Refrigerators $4oo. Gasoline Stoves i.oo. Dressers from $2.00 up. Commodes from $1.00 up. Iron Beds from $1.00 up Carpets, room size, $2.50. Come in and see the goods. THE First National Bank, of North Platte, Nebraska. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. Capital and Surplus $140,000. DIRECTORS: E. F. SEEBERGER, President, M. KEITH NEVILLE. Vice-PrcslfJcnf, F. L. M00NEY, Cashier. ARTHUR McN&MARA, J. J. 1IALLIGAN. What We Want Is your banking business. That is our business and naturally we want your business at this bank. If years of experience, fair, square treatment, honesty, courtesy, together with unexcelled service nnd our ample capital will merit your consideration then we arc entitled to your patronage. DO WE GET IT? IT'S UP TO YOU. Our depositors are protected by the deposit ors guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska. The Platte Valley State Bank, Interest Paid on Time Dcposils. ORDERING SUPPLIES (TELEPHONE The Bell. Telephone serves the retail mer- . chant not only as a salesman but as a purchasing; agent. This is the age of buying and selling. ' Telephone trade may be secured only by giv ; , ing'the best seleetions and getting a prompt ,de- , livery. s- The long distance Bell lines permit the. mer-, f -chant to order goods at a moment's "notice i no : matter what the distance. - NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO., J. C. BEAVER, Manager $25 To California. a.nd Pacific Northwest the Low one-way Colonist Fares September 15 to October 15, 1911. VIA UNION PACIFIC, Standard Road of the West. Electric Block Signals Excellent Dining Cars For further information relative to fares, routes, etc., coll on or address F. E. BULLARD, Agent.