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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Broken Eyeglass Lenses Replaced The Same Day As order is left by our optician in our lense grinding plant. We do not need you prescription just bring your broken lenses. WE MAKE THE Dixon-Perfecto Glasses. GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK. HARRY DIXON & SON. GRADUATE OPTOMETRISTS. DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, Graduate Dentist Office over the McDonald State Bunk. LOCAL AND PERSONAL HAILllOAD NOTES Frank Horrod of Ogalalla, spent Sunday with his mothor Mrs. Reglna Herrod. jA Miss Mario Doran loft yesterday "liorning for Gretna and Omaha to visit with relatives. All of our $15.00 Suits for $10.00; all of the $20.00 Suits for $13.34; all of tho $30.00 for $20.00, at BLOCK'S. Miss Cecil Bucktell, of tho City luis pltal staff, is convalescing from an operation for appendicitis. I now have funds at 5 Pr cent on choice bottom table land. Geno Crook, Room 4, Keith theatre Bldg. Dr. Claude Selby, who has been vis iting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Selby for two weeks, will leave Fri day. Paul Ohman, of tho high school fac ulty, loft Saturday evening for the officers' training camp at Ft. Snelling, Minn. T.awronco Horrod. of ColumbUB, nnmit. tlm latter nart of last week with Mr. and Mrs. John Herrod. Mrs. T. J. Brown, of Hemingford. Lorhiorly of this city,) visited with "irs. A. T. Yost and other friends last :tok. Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup tires and Havolino Motor oils and greases at Romlgh's garage not to bo had else where. Mr. and II. W. Allwino, and baby who resided hero for several months, haYo gone to Grand Island to make their homo. Thursday's Triangle program at tho Keith will bo I'Tho Iced Bullet" with William Desmond and tho comedy 'Honest Thieves " Mr. and Mrs. George Krauss and daughter, who have resided bore for sevoral years, will movo to Omaha next month. Seo Julius Mogonsen for all kinds of P. &0. farm Implements and wag ons. 34tf Dr. Fenner and mother havo Tented tho Schatz house on east Fifth street, formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. u. W. Roberts. If you break your glasses, save tho nieces, wo can make a now lens from . . -. - ' i r r- tho sample pieces, narry uixon aoi Optomestrlst. For Rent rnufcukcoplng rooms at 320 cast Fifth stieet Miss Ruth Hubbard, of tho city hos pital staff returned homo Saturday ovenlng from a week's visit with Cheyenne rolatives. Mrs. D. W. Roberts and son loft Saturday evening for California to spend two months. Enrouto they will visit relatives In Cheyenne. Misses Anna and Josephine O'Haro returned last w!cok from Chicago whoro they nccompanled their mothor who took medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Horrigan will leavo shortly for Grand Island whoro tho farmer 1ms accepted a fosltlon in tho ynlon Pacific shops. jr- II. L. Pennington hns purchased of w. E. Shuman a lot on east Fourth street, Trustees' addition, and is plan ning to erect thereon a modern home. Dr. Rhodes Longley, of Fon du Lac, formerly of this ctly, has entered tho medtcal corps of tho United SUites Miss Fern Wilson is visiting this week in Omaha and Llncolu. For Sale Kkc plants and early to mato plants. W. H. Drayton, 7S3F012 Mr. and Mrs. Watson, of Coznd nro visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Josaa Van Dyko this week. Miss Gladys Foster latt a fow days ago for Kearney to visit relatives for a weok or longor. All of our children's Coats are now on salo nt greatly reduced prices. BLOCK'S. Mr. and Mrs. Fottor, of Maxwell, aro visiting this week with Dr. nnd Mrs. Fottor of this city. Mr. and Mrs. John Skow and baby left yesterday afternoon for Ravanna and Grand Island to visit relatives. Goorgo Rhoados, of St. Louis, ar rived horo tho lnttor part of last week to visit his slstor Mrs. Frank Barnoll. Mrs. Carlton, of Koarnoy, who visit ed her parents Mr. and Mrs. Cy Parsons, loft for hor homo Saturday evening. Jonas Swicdburg, of Horshoy, was horo this weok and took out natura lization papers. Ho camo to tho United States in 1904. iDr. P. J. Lathan returned Saturday from Shorldan, Wyo., to transact business until May 23d when ho will locaio at snonuan. Ponding tho completion of tho Twl nom building tho Penny Co. has open cd for business in tho cast room of tho Brodbeck building, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stuart and daugh ters Mario and Irono will loavo this wcok for Mason City, la., to attend the Stuart-wetzell wedding. Brick work has started on tho now Plzor building on Locust street, and within sixty days tho Romlgh garago will bo occupying tho two lloors. A divorce was granted tho latter part of last weok to Grace Dolancy from Claude Dolanoy on tho grounds of extremo cruelty. They wero married in 1915. V. Orval Hodges, who has been local roportor, for, tho Dally Telegraph for a year -past will leavo Thursday for Omaha to accept a position on the Omaha Bee staff. W. J. O'Connor, George Ell, Arthur Donegan, Percy Schott, Thomns Mc Govorn, Thomas Jeffors ind Carl I Avollno Gntos, of Omaha, formerly of this city, was called homo tho lat- Thomas Muchllnskl is off duty at fer part of last week by tho (loath, of the union Pacific round houso on ac count of blood poisoning in his arm his fathor It matters not tho kind of a Coat, I . . 1 nH C.M. I - II. ..1 t. I. ....... I o..lil... l. l,,, dim, invioo, ui oiwii, la iiiu (iimj juh Ldwarl Salisbury, who l ad boon ff , , t omployod with tho Union Pacific you urn uro ti nntl It nt mork'q r,mnin.. fni unvnrnl mmifliu tins lnft 1 . " "r0 aUr0 U 11 "l lf'-Ut Kh yoetordny morning for Fremont to ac cept R( pOHltlOll. Victor Anderson, assistant super intendent of tho Union Pacific, who has boon convalescing In a local hos pital for sovoral wooks was nblo to ro- turn to his rooms at tho Tlinmonnan Hotol Sunday. Fred Douglass, a formor rosldont of this city, who has boon employed as conductor at Choyonno, spent tho lnt tor part of last weok horo. Mr. Doug lass was an employeo of Tho Lcnuor nnd tho Fair stores a numbor of years ago and this U his first visit to this city in twenty years. If roports nro correct, says tho Bridgeport Nows-Blndo, tho Union Pa cific wiU oxtond) & tf'Uitto valloy tblrtv miles bovond Hale, tho nrcsont tormlnus. Tho extension will bo built! to tap tho Goshen holo country In Wyoming. Tho road will run about fourteen miles Into Wyoming. EVENTS IN SOCIETY Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hondorson, oC this city, havo boon Uio guosts of Mr and Mrs. Gummorc of Sutherland for a Ayook piUU. Mr. and Mrs. H 1 Block aro en joying a visit from the lnttor' slstor who arrived' from N'ew York tho lnt tor part of last work SI 111 D Jto r 1 Jhis 'on 9 XN3, i i - .i n. T-.i I. i I i 1 ..... army with tho rank of first lieutenant. &imoniwnuu mu vn.g.ub u,,, Washington dispatches state that Mrs George W. Walkor, of this city, wfulow of an old so-aicr, has been granted a pension of twenty dollars per month. Mrs. W. R. Kessler, of Kansas City, who is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stamp, Bpcnt tho latter part of last week with Maxwell friends. Mr. and Mrs Horace Bixler, of Hayes Center, spent tho week end here with friends. Mrs. Bixler 'wtas formerly Miss Lu.cy Brown of this city. Wanted School girl to assist with housework; permanent position dur ing vacation if desired. Phono 309. Miss Watts, of Austin, Tex., who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ford for several weeks accepted a position in Tho Leader the latter part of last weok. W H. CaBS, of the state university, son of C II. Cass of this ctly, passed the otf leers' lesorvo examination last week and is one of the preferred to go to Ft. Snelling J. H. Handloy who has been employ ed as postal Inspector with hea-.l'inar- ters In this city for sovoral mciuhn pn3t, will leave iiioitly for his nnin.r hcni-3 in Cleveland, O. "Susans Gentleman" founded on Kato Jordan's narrative, presenting Violet Morsercau and a clever com- pany of suppportlng players will bo tho Bluobird atractlon at tho Crystal Wednesday night ::o:: Special This Week. Child's Trimmed Hats 90 cents, Ladles' Trimmed Hats at $1.90 and S3.00, good looking wihite trimmed Milans $5.00. McVICKER MILLINERY, 25-2 At The Leader. A" i V Lrn iq I LOYAL AMERICANS MUST SAVE The Nation's needs demand it. The nation must conserve every ounce of its energy in these trying days, and savings are stored energy. It is tho patriotic duty, therefore, of loyal Americans to save. Begin today. Start a savings account. The McDonald State Bank allows 4 per cent interest, compounded semi-annually, and n savings ac count started here and diligently maintained means the performance of a patriotic duty. M5Dom&l& State Bank Mi NorthPlatte, Nedfj, M1 The Ulito Card Club will bo enter tained Friday afternoon by Mrs. Jas. Dorrani Sovoral young ladles of tho local toldphono offlco hold an onjoyablo party at tho homo of Miss Edna McNeil Thursday cvonlng. Thero were present olghtoon guosts. Mrs. Henry Yost was tho guest of honor at an aftornoon party Satur day on tho occasion of her soventy slxth birthday. Tho hostess woro her daughters Mesdamcs Ella Hiixoll, Thomas Austin, C. Brodbeck and Geo. Scharmann. Thlrty-flvo guests woro ontertalned with kenslngton and so cial conversation nnd tho guest of honor recolved many remembrances of gifts and Ilowers. ; ;o: : "Robin Hood" Coming Although "Robin Hood" Is twenty- fivo years old, and Reginald do Kovcn hns written many othor works, this is tho first tlmo that ho has lent his nnmo to nny company presenting his operas. Tho Walker-Stevens Opera1 Company, composed of grand opora1 singers and with Ivy Scott, of tho Metropolitan Grand Opera, New York.j will bo heard at tho Keith, June 4th,' and radical as it may seem, Mr. do Koveri Is authority for tho statemont that, tho vocal balanco and cnlibro of tho present company suits him oven better than did tho original Bos- tcninns. Open Hunk at Snrlicii. W. H. Mungor, Jr., nnd Van E. Lawronco went to Sarbon yesterday, and opened tho Sarbcn State Bank, of which Mr. Lawronco will bo cashlor.l Henry Fulk. of O'Fallon, was In town yesterday. Ho Is planting some what over a hundred acres of sugar beets this season and has about one fourth tho acreage already planted. Broken eyo glass lenses can bo re placed tho same day as ordor Is given In our lense grinding department. HARRY DIXON & SON, XIIU ujiuiuiik ui tuu uuiiii uunijtu Tho marriage of Miss Edith M. Hol- by the non-nrrlval of tho Bafo, but combo of Silver Creek, and James it readied Sarbon the latter part of E. Redburn of Cheyenne, will take placo at the homo of the former's sls tor Mrs. Jumes Louden tomorrow morning. Miss Holcombe formorly re sided horo. -: :o: East Front Street Lots for Trnckngo and Wholesale Purposes Tho nev and pormanent wholesale district of North Platte is east Front street. Horo aro located: Artificial Ico & Cold Storago Plant. Loypoldt & Pennington's" office, el evator and warehouses. North Platte Produce Compnny. North Platte Gas & Electric Com pany. Now Star Bottling Works. Waltomath Lumber & Coal Com pany. last "week. :o: ; Enlistment In Company E. Yostertlay tho following North Platto young men enlisted in Company E: Sidney McFnrland, Vincont Fltz patrick, Olllo Ellas and Ralph Bluo. Saturday aftornoon Captain Halli gan, accompanied by Judgo Grimes, T. C. Patterson and others wont to Her shoy and secured two enlistments, with a promise of two more. ::o:: Miss Opal Trent resigned hor po sition ns operator In tho local tele phone offlco yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elliott woro , called to Denver yesterday aftornoon by tllb' death of a relative. Other concerns aro now figuring on I Mrs William Brosnm, of Choyonno, this location. Thcro aro now hut 9 who spent a wook with Mr. and Mrs lots loft for salo fronting upon tho Georgo W. Argue, loft last evening, railroad, in this district, in Trustee's; Mr. aml Mra. Alox Allon, 'wbo wore and RIverdalo Addditlons. See map on roconUy mrrled, returned Sunday front page of this issue. from (l vlslt ltl ca8tCrn points. These lots front upon tho Union Pa , ..o.. ciflc Railroad and trackage can easily J For Salo bo arranged. All lots havo sowers. I .Seven room houso, all modorn, in If interested soe the undersigned 000 block on cast Third. Half cash, before It Is too late , balanco on tlmo. Inquire of Isaac WM. E. SIIUMAN. DcaU. 20-tf j4 ftOUr hriNP "n.iiCTrr'fJ M 6BABETTE9' FEATURING Peggy Hyland and Marc McDermott. The story of a girl who saved a man's soul with out ever knowing the miracle she had wrought. Keith Theatre, Wednesday. TANKAGE We have a car of 60 per cent Tankage in partly sold; get what you wsnt early, as it is hard to get; we have had this car ordered for three months, but the packers are behind witk orders and we had to wait our turn. A car today would cost us eight dollar per ton more. N. LAMB. PHONE 67 a 1 There are a lot of important tilings about Selz shoes that the eye never sees things you don't find in most shoes. Two of them arc accuracy irj work manship and a careful, scrupulous inspection to make certain of the Selz standard of real valuc uiviiiR service shoe service to make you happy, in their selection. Don't imagine just because a shoe is made from leather it must be all right. Coats made from the finest seal skins have gone to pieces in a few weeks while others last a lifetime. The skins were the same quality but different hands assembled them. It's the ability behind the material that establishes the value everytimc no matter what it is. Selz has made good shoes for nearly 50 years; over six million peo ple have found it cut they're wearing them. Harcourt Clothing Co. Specializing In Selz Shoes 19 r ; lav Pinto Seed Beans at Cost. It is the duty of all citizens to help increase the production of all food stuffs. Pinto beans do exceptionally well in this part of the country. We have arranged for a small supply of these and will offer them at cost to encourage the planting of this profitable crop. Dry land planting requires from 12 to 15 pounds per acre. We will sell them at 15 cents per pound. Come in and take it over. LEYP0LDT & PENNINGTON. PHONE 99. EAST FRONT STREET, OF 2868 COUNTIES IN THE U. S. 1750 ARE DRY The Whole Country would ho dry if roofed over with OUR PEERLEGS SHINGLES They Shod Water Like A Porpoise IT- 1 Coates Lumber & Coal Co. North Platte, Nebr.