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Many ills come from eye strain Frontnl headaches, dizziness, nervousness, exhaustion are symptoms of eye strain. Constant overtaxing of the eye muscles re acts on the whole system. The strain can be removed by properly fitted glasses. Clinton's can fit you with glnsses which will be comfortable to wear, improve and protect your sight, and benefit your general health. No medicine used in the examination. Prices are very reasonable. C. S. Clinton, Jeweler and Optician, At ilio Sign of tlio Rig King. LOCAL' AND PERSONAL DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, Graduate Dentist Office over tho McDonald State Bunk. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Dr. Brock, Duntlst. over Stonn Drug Store. Mrs. MlHcliko, who had boon visiting in Cozad, returned Saturday ovonlng Wanted Young girl to assist with housework. Inuulro of Mrs. Charles Wholan. 32"2 Miss Ellznboth Woir, of Grand Is land, camo Friday ovonlng ot visit with local frlonds. Conrad "Walker loft yesterday for Omaha to attend tho annual conven tion of tho A. O. U. V. Mra N Mpf'nlin returned Saturday ovonlng from Omahu, whore sho spent two weeks with rolativos. Mrs. Clark Thornburg loft tho lattor part of Inst wcok for Cambrldgo to at tond tho graduation of her slBtor. Mr. and Mrs. .Goorgp McBrldo, of Omaha, carno Saturday ovonlng to vis it tho formor'H cousin 'A. II. Sowlos nnd wlfo. Mrs. Harry IJoylo and daughtor Cathorlno of Lowollon, rormorly of this city, camo Saturday ovonlng to visit local friends. For Uont Aftor May 16th, a C-room modorn houso In tho wost ond. Apply to Mrs, Ooorgo Itogore, 1203 went Socond strcot. 32-2 Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Horrod, of Columbus, formerly ot this city, camo Saturday ovonlng to visit with Mr, nnd Mrs. John Horrod for a iw'ook. T. M. Cohagon Is so 'Well ploasod with thp two motor trucks that ho has had In'tiorvleo for several wcoks that ho ban purchnsod anothor Republic of u ton ana a hair capacity. Noalo Turplo returned Sunday even ing rrom umntin wiioro ho transacted noisiness ror a wcok. For quick action nnd sailsfnctosy snlo list your Innd with Thocltckc. tf C. P. Clinton iroturncd Sunday ovon Ing from Omaha where ha took a five wfeoks' coiirso In optometry. Attorney J. G- Bcolor returned yes tctday morning frmo a buslnoss vls't In Omaha and Lincoln. Don'll forgot tjho froo locturo at Masonic tomplo Thursday ovonlng. Seo announcemont in this paper. Mrs' Itaymond Kocgan, and baby, of Fromont, camo a fow dayB ago to visit hor nlstoriMrs, Jack Carroll. I now bavo funds nt 5V6 per cent on cholco lottom tnblo land. Gono Crook, Room 4, Kolth theatro Bldg. Mir. and Mrs. Charles McNool und chlldrou loft Sunday afternoon for an extended Visit In Wisconsin. Mrs. Robert Arnold submitted to an operation at tho Twlnom hospital Suuduy and Is doing nicely. For Sale Parlor organ, In good con dition nnd .wall bo sold cheap. 303 east Third street, or phono Rod 737. 31tf Miss Atiiy Wilson of Gothenburg cum0 Suudny ovonlng to visit hor nolco Miss Forn Wilson for a wook. C. H. Walfljr returned last week from Kiinsiln CUywhoro ho purchased bov- oral ctirloatlsr of cows and honors. Farm nnd'Itunch loans nt lowest rates nnd. best terms. Money on band to closo loans promptly. I3tt BUCHANAN & l'ATTIiKSON. Tho Royal Neighbors will moot Wed ncsday afternoon at 3 o'clock nt tho IC. (P. hall. Refreshments will bo sorvod. , Thomas ltljaloy nnd son Darroll loft yostorday afternoon for Omaha whoro tho latter will tako treatment for his oyos. Victor Halllgan arrived from Lin coln Saturday und will visit bis par onts until Thursday whon ho leaves for tho FtySnolllng officers' training .unp. Ho Jms boon admitted as an ap plicant for tho conit nrtlllory. OF 2868 COUNTIES IN THE U. S. 1750 ARE DRY The Whole Country would lie dry if roofed over with OUR PEERLESS SHINGLES They Shed Water Like A Porpoise Coates Lumber & Coal Co. North Platte, Nebr. Dodge Brothers Hupmobile Chevrolet Cars and Repair parts in stock at North Platte. J. V. ROMIGH, Dealer. 107 W, 0th. ST. PHONE 844. New Servlco Station this Spring. J. J, Crawford spont yosterday In Cozad on buslnoss. .Itilliiu Plzor loft Sunday morning for Chicago on buslnoss. Dr. Morrill, Dentist. Mrs. F. W. RInckcr Is visiting with frlonds In Lincoln this weok- Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Q. Wilcox spont Sunday In Cozad with frolntlvcs. w M. Raskin, of Stnnlcton. visited tho Mlltonbergor family yostoruay. Atru willlnm Unvnnlda Is exoected to roturn tomorrow from a visit in uva. coin. Mra flnnrirn Trnxlfir loft VOStOrdaV morning for Lincoln to sponu a iow days. inim n'Nnll. of fiothonburir. snont Saturday and Sunday witn menus in town. Mr nnil Mm. T. C ChrlstOllSOIl left yostorday morning for Gibbon to visit rolativos. Minn flnrtrniln UobliaUSOn loft YOS tordav morning for Hastings to spend a fow days. Mlua Allnnn flntitt simnt VOStordaV In Horshcy on business pertaining to tho schools .Arthur MnMnlInn rotAirnod Sunday morning from Omnlia wiiere lie visitcu for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Llerk and son loft Sunday morning for Omaha to spend a fow days. Mrs. Frank Hatch wont to Grand Island yostorday morning to attend tho Symphony concert. Cloaks, Suits and Dresses at re duced pricos at WILCOX DEPARTMENT STOHIS. Mr. .Infik Carroll and children re turned Sunday ovonlng from an ex tended visit m Fremont. Miss Thco Schwaigor loft a fow days ago for Grand Island und Kear noy to visit relatives. Mrs- Ralph Garnian left Saturday ovonlng for Malvorn la., to visit rei atlvcs for a wcok. C. P. IInhn,-of Lincoln, who visited with his daughjor Mrs. Davo Day for sovorai nays, ion fcunuay uvoiunjj. First communion sorvlccs willl bo lmlil nt St. Patrick's church Sunday. Mny 2utu- ror a large class oi noys ana gins. Mrs Rrnnst Trainn and Mrs. Hor bort Tramp left Sunday morning for Wost Point to attend tno Tramp Krauso woddlng. Arthur Tramp loft Sunday marnlng for Wost Point whoro ho will bo mar rlcd this ovonlng to Miss Oncta Krauso of that city. For Ront Good sized dwolllng houso. For further Information com- munlcnto with Pnul Harrington nhono 912. 33-2 1 Mrs. Mary Johnson, of Malvarn,.Iu who spont sovorai weeks with hor daughtor, Mrs. Ralph Garman, loft Sat urday ovonlng. Mrs. J. B. Jotor loft yostorday for Borkoloy, Cn. ioro sio will nit tond tho graduation of hor daughtor Miss Holon Jotar. Mrs. W. J. VanDorhoof arrived Sun day from Cocr d 'Alono, Idaho, and will mako an oxtended visit with nor Bon K. J. VanDorhoof. Mrs. Emory, of Douglass, Ariz., wVio Bpent tho winter with bar slstors Mrs. I. E. Trout and Mrs, Charlos Grovos, loft Sunday evening. Urnlcnn ovo class lonaoH can ho re placed tlio snmo day as order Is given In our lonso grinding dopartmont. HARRY DIXON, 29-tf Graduato Optomotrist. George M. Sklnuor, of Lilnc, nnd Hnttlo Kossler, of McPhorson, woro marrlod Saturday morning by County Judgo French In tho presouco of Law- ronco Sklnnor and Ireno Oliver. Chas- Hupfor, of this city, who has boon attending school nt Atchison, Kan., hns boon accepted for tho offic ers training enmp at Ft. Rlloy, kun- fiis. Ho will go to Ft. Rlloy May 15th. Wnltor Raucho and Miss Ruby E. Hutchison woro grantod n marringo 11 conso by County Judgo French yester day. Tho brldo bolng under ago tho written consont of hor mothor was necessary. Announcement I wish to announce that tho firm of Landgraf & Hoga, Palntors, Pnporhangors and Decorators will bo dlssolvod May lGth, 1917, and that I will contlnuo to do buslnoss in my own nnmo. Any ono wishing work done aftor that dato phono Hlnck 570. 32-3 H. H. LANDGRAF. ::o;: Library Nitlc Thoro aro now 3570 borrowers. During April, 1917. thoro woro 2192 books loaned out, which was an Intaroaso of 1491 over April, 1910. Many now books have bean orderod Tho following books aro In the domostlo science dopartmont: "In creasing Homo Kfflcloncy," Rruoro; rFun of Cooking" Ronton, "roods and Household Management" Cooley "1000 Touts" Wiley, "Principals or Cookery" Harrows, "Nutrition and Diet" Conley. : :o: : To tho Public This Is to notify all resldonts ot North Plntto that any piano tuner claiming to havo beou sent to your city by mo or to bo acting as my agont Is an Impostor, as I havo no roprosent- nttvos in tho Hold. mignou) FRANK O. JEROME. Sldnoy. Nob Our Yard Stock Is Complete Delays are expensive at this time of year they add materially to building costs. That is why we have equipped ourselves to serve you promptly right out of slock on hand in our yards here. No requirement is too large nor too small for us. Any service we can render to help you finish your building before winter? or in time to take care of yoor crop is free. See us or phone us what you need. W. W. BIRGE CO. PHONE 9 TtVKXTT THOUSAND ACRES OF r. p. land to in: cultivated. Tlio campaign of tho Union Pacific railroad to bring tho spare land along) its right-of-wtiy under cultivation hns met -wiith great success. Approximately 2G.O0O acres will bo undor cultivation in 1917. Including! tho branch lines, tho right-of-way of tho Union Pacific Is almost 37,000 miles long, and tho right-of-way acres which will bo used for raising food crops during tho coming summer. If all in ono piece, would mako a strip ot land approximately 100 feet wide and 2,200 miles long. . Most of this land has been leased to tjie owenrs of adjoining farms at a nominal rental of $1 per year. Some of. it hns been under cultivation in provlous years, but tho recent appeal of President Wilson for co-operation in Increasing tho farm yield of the country has given tremendous im petus to tho extended use of these right-of-wny acres. : :o:: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. DeGraw have rented tho formor Zontmoyor houso und will rosido there- The formor Is a traveling salesman for tho Rulck Co- who has visited this city for five years, and tho lattor nirrlved hero from Lincoln Sunday. F. N. Parsons, of Kearney, the architect who was In charge of tho Im provements on tho Methodist church, spont several days horo this weok making final inspection. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Dorram announco tho birth of a son nt tholr homo Sun day afternoon. All concerned aire' do ing nicely. Mrs. W. L. Beaumont, of Spokane Wash., who had boon visiting hor sIb tor Mrs. Ren Esholman left last even ing. Dr. J. S. Twlnom will leavo tho lat tor pant of this wcok for Lincoln to attend tho stuto medical meeting. 'W J. Tlloy has roturnod from Dea Molnoa wiioro ho transacted buslnoss at tlio Yeoman Homestead. Miss Ruth Hubbard loft Sunday ov onlng for Choyonno to visit relatives for a week or longer- Mrs. Jamos Wilson and daughtor loft tho first of tho wook for Lincoln to visit rolativos. Allon Tift roturnod a fow days ago ilttom a business visit In Minnesota. M. E. Scott Is transacting buslnoss In Arthur this wook. : :o: : Itoud This Item If you aro earning loss than $150.00 por month In your present occupation, wo havo an exceptionally good oppor tunity far you In this county. For full particulars soo olthcr A. A. Schatz, Dist. Managor, or E. T. Kollhor, Asst. State Managor, North Plntto, repre senting Groat Wostorn Accldont Ins. Co. 31tf A brisk demand kofrt wheat at the $3.00 mark in Omaha yostorday. Corn sold for $1.54 and tho top prico for hogs was $15.55. R. N. Lamb, tho north side Whole sale grocer, irecelvcd yesterday a car load of oranges and a car of lemons. Mr. Lamb has tvsjo men on tho road ono working east and the othor west. Miss Bosslo Graham returned last evening from a month's visit in Oma ha and Kansas City. Tho Christian ladles' aid society will meet Thursday afternoon in tho church basement. Mrs. Helen Gireen and baby, of Gor ing, who had been visiting in Hast ings, was hero last ovonlng. uHPHOSE who save for a rainy day are x those whose lives are likely to have the most sunshine." Start a Savings Account Now.; Four per cent paid on Savings Accounts. First National Bank of North Platte Ample Seed Stocks Fancy Home Grown Alfalfa Early Amber Cane Seed Quantities to Suit. Immediate Shipment. Wrlte'or phono (or Samples and Prices PATTERSON 8c CO., KEARNEY, NEBRASKA Notice to Noit-Hesldont Defendant. Clifford A. Thomas will tako notice that on the 18th day of April 1917 Geore 13. French. County Judge in and for Lincoln county. Nobraska, ts giiod an ordor of attachment for tho sum of$S4.05 In an action ponding bofore him, whoreln Cash M. Austin ia ..lntmiir nmi f'llfford A. Thomas, do- fondant. That property ot tho defend ant consisting ot ono rronuor uvu im onnrmr tniiftmr pjir Cr. 7RS02 has boon attachod undor this ordor. This causo was continued to tho 1st day ot Juno 1017, at 9 o'clock A. M. North Platto, Nob., April 21st, 1917 CASH M. AUSTIN, Plaintiff. Xotlee of Petition. TOstntB No. 14S0 of Paulina Zlmmor deceased, in tho County Court of Lin coln County, Nobraska. Tlio Stato of Nobraska, to all por Bnns Intorostod In said ostnto tako no tlco that a petition has boon filed for tho nppolntmont of Mnry Hoou as nu mlnlstrntrlx ot Bald ostnto, which has boon sot for hoarlng boroln on Juno 1, 1917, at 9 o clock n. m. Dated May 7, 1917. GEO. B. FRENCH, m8-3w County Judgo TO T FOR YOUR REPAIRING OF AUTOMOBILES, FARM MACHINERY OR ANY OTHER MA CHINE WORK, GIVE USA TRIAL. We have just added to our shop $3,000 worth of machinery and an expert machinist to take care of your work. All Kinds of Welding, Repairing and Lathe Work. No matter how small or how large a job, we will fix you up. Give us a trial and see for yourself. Mogensen-Loudon Auto Co., CORNER EIGHTH AND LOCUST, North Platte - - - Nebraska.