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And ger acquainted with the value of our service to
you when you are looking for Wedding Gifts that are
out of the ordinary. Our line of cut glass offers un
usually beautiful pieces, and there is nothing left to be
desired in our Silverware and Hand Painted China.
We also have a full line of Clocks for dining room,
parlor or bedoir.
HARRY DIXO, -
U. P. Watch Inspector.
PHONE 4 QR 8
For Your Drugs. Orders De
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Local and Personal
The county commissioners will meet
in session Tuesday of next week.
S. H. Robinson, of Sacramento
Valley, visited D. E. Morrill Wednes
day. The Home Missionary Society will
meet with Mrs. C. P. Martin this after
noon. Jack Boyer transacted business in
Scotts Bluffs Tuesday for the Davis
Mrs. John Carroll, Jr., returned
Wednesday from a few days' visit in
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tramp leave
Snnday for Omaha to spend a week
Lem Bailey was among those who
went to Stapleton yesterday to attend
the Frontier celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garlow returned
the first of tl'e week from Omaha
where they visited friends.
Leo Pass left the first of" this week
for Denver where he is taking a course
at the Sacred Heart College.
Floyd Richardson, of the Tramp
grocery, left Wednesday for Stapleton
to attend the Frontier celebratipn.
Mrs. Thomas Austin will return to
morrow evening from a two weeks'
visit with relatives in Sabetha, Kan.
Miss Merle Thornburg, who has been
visiting friends in Callaway for two
weeks, will return home Monday even
ing. F. C. Pielsticker returned Wednes
day from eastern points where he com
bined business and pleasure for several
Stoves Erected, Stove Repairs.
I am preparad to clean and erect
stoves and make all necessary repairs,
and will order all repairs needed. Phone
390. Peter McGovern,
C8-4 1005 Locust St.
Attorney J. G. Beeler and" wife were
visitors in Stapleton this week.
Miss Laura Murray will entertain the
Study Club on Monday evening.
The Presbyterian aid society will hold
an exchange in, the church basement
tomorrow beginning at ten o'clock.
James McDonald, Guy Swope and E.
F. Seeberger will go to Omaha next
week to serve on the grand jury.
Wanted to Rent A modern house by
Oct. 1st, phone black 319. C8-2
Miss Maud Wiseman, of Cozad, is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cottrell
this week, having arrived Wednesday
Edward R. Butler, traveling agent
for the Chicago and Northwestern,
came up from Omaha on business Wed
nesday. Wanted Man and wife to work on
ranch, woman to cook. Phone Cody
Joseph Hahler, of Sidney, returned
home Wednesday evening after spend
ing several days at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Hahler.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burke enter
tained at a six o'clock dinner Wednes
day evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Votaw, of Denver.
Julius Hahler has found a purchaser
for the former Dillon brick residence in
the east end of town. The purchaser
comes from Lincoln and will engage in
business in North Platte.
size Jewel base
Phone Black 419
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tift, who had
been transacting business in town for
a few days, returned to Iowa Tuesday
night, where Mr. Tift has a grading
Mrs. F. C. Letts came down from
Sidney Tuesday for the purpose of pur
chasing or renting a residence property.
She is experiencing some trouble in
finding suitable property.
The temperature Tuesday night
dropped down to twenty-seven degrees,
and vegetation was pretty thoroughly
'.'cooked." This cool wave was largely
due to the fall of snow in Wyoming.
Cars from the west Wednesday were
covered with snow.
A farmer from the west end of the
county who was in town Wednesday,
remarked that during his twenty years'
residence in this section of the state
he had never seen a corn crop that ex
celled this year's. This is particularly
true with reference to Lincoln and
Lost Gentleman's ruby ring.
at this olnce.
Louis Tobin came home Wednesduy
from a ihort visit in Omaha.
0. II, Eyerlv, of Horshey, transacted
business in town Wednesday.
Lost Diamond ring. Address box
312. Suitable reward offered. G9-2
Miss Anna Halbeck has accepted a
position in the local telephone ofllcc.
Leo Lucey, of Sutherland, was
among the visitors in the city Wednes
day. Miss Marie Stack loft Wednesduy for
Stapleton to spend the week end with
Rev. and Mrs. y. S. Porter left Wed
nesday morning for their new homo in
After visiting her sister Mrs. W. Of
Forward for two weeks, Mrs. Black
ledge returned to Lincoln Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Carson returned
the first of the week from a short visit
Mrs. W. P. Snyder and children re
turned Wednesday afternoon from a
two weeks' visit with relatives in east
Henry Hansen was called to Omaha
the first of the week by the illness of
Mrs. Otto Weil was calcd to Loup
City Wednesday by the serious illness
of her brother.
Mrs. W. T. Banks left a few days
ago to visit relatives in Kearney and
attend the W. C. T. U. convention at
For Sale- Hard coal burner. Dr. W.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Tramp loft Wed
nesday evening for Omaha to attend
Mrs. M. N. Holcombe. of Mnxwell, is
visiting her daughter Mrs. James L.4
Loudon this week.
For Sale A large
burner, good as new.
Is largely due to Strongylus Armatus or Palisade
Worms. They have developed in enormons num
bers this season and infested pastures in this
section causing a considerable loss of horses.
Oridinary worm expellers are of little use in re
moving this parasite but we have the receipt o a
well known" veterinarian which is the best
agent to use. Sold by
SCHILLER & CO.,
North Platte's Leading Drug Stores.
Streltz'n Old Corner,
Edgar Schiller, Mgr.
HcCabe's Old Stand.
Chas Tighe, Mgr.
We order by carload and sell at wholesale. Any
size and quantity. Cut any shape.
Largest stock of drugs, chemicals, dye stuffs, toilet
articles, perfumes, sick room supplies, guaranted rub
ber ijoods, paints and oils.
Prescriptions filled only by registered pharmacists.
Agents for Hess' Stock Food, Lee's Germazone
I and Poultry Remedies.
. Old Folk's Day.
Old Folks' Day will bo observed nt
the First Presbyterian church next
Sunday. The sirvice will commence
atll:00a. m. There will be an impro
priate sermon by the nstor and old
hymns will be snug.
Means, of tt asportation to nnd from
the fhurch will be provided for those
who are unable to walk. All the old
people of the church and those who
do nut belong to any church are in
vited Mr. Christie's theme for the
evening will be: "Fellow-Helpfulness."
The Presbyterian church welcomes all.
Temple Getting His Share.
Sunday evening Dr. Twlnem bad his
car filled with gasoline and then nsked
the boy at the garage to light his tail
light As a resultTemplo (who carried
his auto insurance) has to buy him one
new tire and have the car repainted. He
thinks he is quite lucky at this, how
ever, as it took two chemical fire ex
tinguishers to save the car.
Monday night the McGowan property
on east Fifth street caught fire from a
lamp exploding. Temple pays the loss.
There is nothing like holding one of
Temple's many forms of policies of
insurance, &o that he will have to pay
for jour bad luck.
Miss Lillian Hallowcll, of
arrived hero Wednesday to
sister Mrs. Rosenblum.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cook
the first of the week from a
Omaha and Grand Island.
You Vill want one. Ste our "Pinkey
finger rings" Sterling silver. 35ceacb.
Fred Wnrren. of Tampa, Fin., is ex
pected soon to visit his wife, who is a
guest at tho Bullard home.
Mrs. Joseph Richardson returned the
first of this week from an extended
visit with Iowa relatives.
Mrs. G. T. Smyth and son Frank left
Wednesday morning for Ashland to
spend a fortnight with relatives.
The M. B. A. lodge held a social
dance at the K. P. hall Wednesday
evening. A large number attended.
Mrs. It. E. Franz, of Grand Island,
returned home Wednesday afternoon
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Complete Water Mains.
The contractor engaged in laying the
new water mnins will complete the
work, with the exception of tilling tho
trenches, today and will ship bis outfit
Sunday. - The total lenth of mains laid
exceeded eleven thousand feet, part of
which were six inch and part four inch.
These mains provide tiro protection
for those sections formerly unprovided,
nnd furnishes water fordomestic use to
a large number of residences that for
merly were not provided with that con
venience. Several thousand feet of
small mains were taken up and replaced
by pipe of larger capacity.
Tlie contractor will sub-lc t the work
of covering the trenches. This work had
been awarded but the sub-contractor
backed down on the proposition.
Utah Elbcrta Peaches.
Wc have a carload of fancy Elberta
peaches that wc arc selling for sixty
cents per crate. This is the last car of
the season nnd they wont last long at
this price. Rush Merc. Co.
C. F. Temple will sign Your Bond for
the Maryland Casualty Company, of
Mrs. Newman, a former resident ot
resident of this city, returned to Jules
burg Wednesday afternoon after visit
ing friends here. , ,
P. T. Kistler, who resigned his posi
tion in the Western Union office, left
Wednesday afternoon for California to
look up a location.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
demonstrated Kellogg's corn flakes in
the different grocery stores on Wednes
day of this week.
Mrs. Locke, of Colorado, supreme
grand commander of the L. 0. T. M.,
will hold a school of instruction for the
local lodge at the K. P. hall on Satur
day Oct. 5th.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben vVilson returned
homo Wednesday. The former had
been in Denver for a few days and the
latter visited in Portland for four
weeks. They came from Denver by
For sale good barn well painted with
hay loft. Size 15x26J. Derryberry &
Mrs. Minnie Wheiman, a widow,
died at the home of her daughter Mrs.
George Mahoney Wednesday at tho
age of eighty-two years nnd twenty
four days. The remains were taken to
Lexington yesterday for burial.
Vantne's Kutch, Sandalwood arid
Oriental odors are the best perfume
and toilet luxuries.
Rinckkr Book & Drug Co.
Arthur Blakely, who has been em
ployed as conductor for the Uuion
Pacific between this city and Omaha
for a number of years, was married in
Omaha last week to Mrs. Louise E.
Maus. They will be at home after
October 15th nt the Carlyle in Omaha.
Don't forgot to talk over the plan of
the Nebraska Central Building'& Loan
Association with district agent, C. F.
Temple, if you are going to build or
improve your property nnd will need a
little financial assistance to do so. You
will like their plan best.
John B Fay, now of Chicago, spent
Wednesday in town visiting Major
Walker and other friends. In 1800 Mr.
Fay belonged to the Fifth cavalry that
left Ft, McPherson for tho Republican
river. He was in the quarter master's
'department under Lieut. Hayes and
went out on various expeditions. While
here Wednesday Mr. Fay made a visit
to Ft. McPherson.
ICO ncres of well improved land 7
miles southeast of North Platte. Inquire
of Jos. Hershey.
In a card to John Den, Geo. A.
Austin, captain of Nebraska all-star
gun club, writes from Fall River, Mass.,
as follows: "The Fall River ghn club
found out I was in the city and thoy
nro showing mo a good time. Am going
to Boston to a big shoot next Tuesday."
Wo nresumo Captain George has told
his Fall River friends how ho won that
green-legged turkey gobbler last winter.
"Last Days of Pompeii" at Hastings.
Doubtless many of the readers of
The Tribune has seen some of
the big lithographs and posters being
distributed through the country tell
ing about the coming spectacular show
tho "Last Days of Pompeii," to be
given in Hastings for one week, com
mencing October 7 to 12. as the bill
poster are out attending to the putting
up of hills. But it may be that thoy
have not yet reached your neighbor
h6od. But they will he around soon
if they have not yet come.
By those bills it will be seen that
tho big spectacular show is something
out of the common, being an exhibi
tion of all sorts of athletic and acro
batic feats, marvelous aerial acts,
beautiful drills and dances, brilliant
lights and gorgeous displays and
most marvelous ot all the Eonreous
awe-inspiring destruction of the city
of Pompeii by tho denth-dealing river
of molten lavs, which is seen coining
down from the crater of the grin, old
mountain of Vesuvius, standing som
beily in the background.
The committee in charge has received
a Utter from H. B Thearle, president
of the Pain's Fireworks Spectacle,
stating that a splendid speciality bill
will be given on each nightof theshow.
In addition to the unequalled pyrotech
nic splendor of the main spectacle, the
"Last Days of Pompeii," each evening
there will be special features, consist
ingof gamee, processions, dances, fights
and races, representing the acts of
thoso people or ancient Pompeii, who
were doing all these things when the
volcano of Vesuvius buried them in a
The show must be seen to bo ap
preciated. Words fail in an attempt to
describe the splendors and the wonder
ful brillinncy of the spectacle presented.
Many a North Platte Household
Will Find Them So.
To have the pains and aches of a bad
back removed to be entirely free from
annoying dangerous urinary disorders,
is enough to make any kidney sufferer
grateful. The following advico of one
who has suffered will prove comforting
words to hundreds of Tribune readers.
Mrs. Christina Pickett, 418 East 8th
St , North Platte, Nebr., says: "I
have used Doan's Kidney Pills which
I procured from McDonell & Graves'
Drug Store, (how Schiller & Co's) for
kidney trouble nnd found them to be
just the remedy I needed for backache
and other kidney disorders. Whenever
1 am suffering from these troubles, I
take Doan's Kidneys Pills ( nnd thoy
give me relief. Other members of my
family have taken Doan's Kidney Pills
with excellent results."
. For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, solo agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and take
It's Getting Hard to Get Up
diropefty on west
Who Says Real Estate is Not
Second sold to A
Paulson property on west Seventh
sold to Max McGrew. Both of the
above snles mpde last week by C. F
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THIS WEEX ONLY .
On Quilts, Cotton and
Woolen Blankets . .
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ALL THIS WEEK.
20 Per Cent Discount.
See Our South Window Display of
Blankets and Quilts.
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The Telephone Replies Instantly
When you consider the
wonderful convenience of
universal Bell Telephone Ser
vice, ask yourself the ques
tion: Isn't it worth a fair trial.
The architect, like all pro
gressive business men. keop
closely in touch with his pat
rons in distant cities over the
long distance telephone lines.
Telephone Convenience far Exceeds Its Cost.
Nebraska Telephone Co
Bell Telephone Lines Reach Nearly
Our Alarm Clocks Makes it Easy.
! DIXON, The Jeweler.
It's the car you see the most and hear
the least. The Ford is as silent as
human ingenuity and Vanadium steel
can make it. And that' means that it's
the quietest car on the highway and
the most economical, both in first and
75,000 Ford cars already sold tliis Benson -one-tbird
of America's product. Five passenger1 touring car
$G90 three passenger roadster $590 torpedo run
about $r.90-delivery ear $700 town car $900-1'. o.
b. Detroit, complete with all equipment. Get
catalogue from Ford Motor Company. Michigan and
Fourteenth Street- or from Detroit direct.
HENDY-OGIER GARAGE, Agent,
North Platte, Neb.