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Glasses GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK It will pay you to see us about them. Harry Dixon &$on Graduate Optometrist. Claudo Mecombor, of Ravenna, for nioxdy of this city, camo Tuesday to attond tho druggists convention. I now havo funds at 5 per cent on cholco bottom tablo land. Gono Crook, Room 4, Keith thoatro Bldg. Miss Ethol Wlngot will leavo In a fclAj days for Colorado Springs and othor western points to visit friends. Mrs. Anna McLano, who had been visiting Iter dauglitor Mrs. Joseph Schwalger, Toft for Glenvlllo Wednes day. Mrs. Tvrono Kootrnn. inBin liml lnon visiting her slstor Mrs. Jack Car roll for sovoral wcoks, loft Tuesday ovonlng. Mrs. Mary Rnsmusson, of Chicago, camo Wednesday morning to visit hor slstor Mrs. Jolui Dick for a fortnight op longer. Mrs. P. W. Rinckor and Mrs. G.tT. Field left Wednesday morning for Grand Island to attend tho convention of tho P. B. O. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sawyer and chil dren, left Tuesday evening for Law rence, Kansas to visit relatives for soveral weeks. Misses Ethel Fryo and Maud Miller will leavojshortly for points in Colo rado '.andrVVyoming to visit friends for a fortnight. SmiSClUl'TIONS WILL FAIl FA 11 lJKfjOW APFOimONJIENT ; -i '. DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, ; . Graduate Dentist 'ij' 'Office over the McDonald Ml - ,5! StatoBunk. OCAL ANBi PERSONAL J2 f QMm Dr.lBrock. Dentist, over Stone Drue JVpf3. Thomas Greentbas purchased a no!w!l917 modol Elgln?car. 3ath Houso Tangle" Fox com- tho Keith tohglit. 0.' H. Thoolecko transacted business in, Omaha tho first- of tho -week. $ir1 and Mrs. John Mulick left for Sidney tho first of this week. ilifr j and Mis . Wylip Walker went to Ophjcosh Tuesday to s'pond a few days. jam'eV Flytiri,' SiVof'Lowellen, camo tho'flrst of, this week to visit his family-. V " ... :' Fancy Parasols, a largo assortment to choose from at Wilcox Department Store. Mrs. P. H. Lonorgan resigned lior position In the Gem. the first of the week. - "ryr-'-j.., Miss Sadie Teets, of Omaha, former. ly of tills city, is visiting friends in town. For Rent Two modern rooms, also garage. Mrs. Geo. O. Troxler, 608 west Sixth street. 45-2 fln T.-ntlv .tr.tn-ni1 Uny nn.t. tlori in tho Iyckoycjjnfectlonery store weanesuay. Ducien Stebblns relumed Tuesday evening from Chicago where he spent two weeks. For Sale-r-Cook shack, feed rack and six wheelers. Inquire of W. D. Waldo, No?th Platte, 4G-4 Miss Marie Korjtovyz, of Crete, who IwUb visiting Mrs. A. J.. Frazier, left Tupsday aftornoon. Pnr Rule 1 mower. 1 rldine cultlva tor, 1 hay sweep. 1321 west Ninth street. it. L. ureeno, Afr- on1 ATra TTntrrrv Rnhntt rptnrnnil Tuesday evening from Omaha where they visited last weeic, Mrs. A. J. Frazier and daughter Tyrone left Tuesday for Eddyvlllo to attend the weuamg or a cousin . ?Mr. and Mrs. tW M; Rector loft a few days ago for Kansas wnere tne forpner will taKo meaicai treatment. Mra Johanna. McGralwl rieturned Tuesday from Evanston where she vis- See Julius Mogensen for all kinds of 'P. &0. farm implements and wag ons. - 34tf Monday's Trdanglo "program at the Keith presents William Desmond ini "Tho Last of tho Ingrahams" and the1 comedy "Done in Oil." Those in need of Dalntlnc. DaDer hanging and decorating are assured satisfactory work If they employ Julius Hoga. Phono Black 692. 38tf Mrs. J. W. Rosencrans and d aim-li ter Dorothy, of Cozad, camo a fowj uays aco to snemi two -weeks witii her daughter Mrs. I.E. Gilbert. Mrt and Mrs. H. Homer Mussolman will return Uio first nt next week from a three weeks' visit in Omaha, St. Joe, Kansas City and other points Attorneys Basklns, Hollman, Oborat, Halligan, Hoagland, Wilcox and Judge Fronch attended the bar association meoting at Scotts Bluff this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, of Holdrege, visited this week with tho former's brother, J. E. Nelson, while enrouto to Arthur and Scotts Bluff. Mrs. Robert Lannln and child, of Grand Island, aro expected loro to morrow to visit at thp Lannih home and attendthe. semi-centennial cele bration. Mrs. Joseph Hayes and children, of Omaha, camo a feint days ago to visit her parents Mr. nd Mrs. George Austin andu:eml the seml-cen'.omkil celebration Mrs. K. D., Small and children, of Jollet, III., former residents, are ex pested this week to spend three Iwleoks with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Victor von Goetz. Tho canning school under the di rection of the extension bureau of tho state university and in charge of Miss Alleen Gantt will be held in the Franklin sclhool basement today and tomorrow. Mrs. Eva Reese, Guy Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailor, of Plattsmouth, former residents, were hero this weol: visiting tho Stamp family while en- route to Kimball. They will Bpend a few days hero on their return. Wool sold in tho North Platto mar ket Tuesday far fifty-two and one-half cents per pound, this price being paid for two tons to Ranchman Petit by Louie Llpshitz. This Is tho highest price ever paid for wool In this mar kot. SAY Don't you know now is the .time to sol cabbage plants for winter use and kraut? Yoiu 'can getjthem at the Lincoln Highway Gardens, prlco 35c per 100; ?3.00 port 1000. 20,000 to sell. R. McFarland, 2005 east Fourth street, phone Red 732. 4G-1 High Cost of Living Solved. Do you know one thing that has not increased with high cost of living "Artificial Ico." Thousands of dollars aro thrown away In garbage cans that could bo saved with the. small ex pense of an Ico Book. Remember in buying always use tho best. Phono 40 Artificial Ico and Cold Storago Co.39-8 This has beon Red Cross week In North Platto nnd Lincoln county na tofcl as In ovory town and precinct in tho nation, and a strong offort Is bo lng made to sccuro the one hundred million dollars needed tor Red Cross work.. In North Plaito a thorough canvass is bolng miiac, but tho sub scriptions will fall far bolow tho sum apportioned to the city, which was from $7,000 to $9,000. Up to Wednes day ovonlng four vr tho teams can vassing tho business district nnd threo of those working tho rosldenoo districts roportod a total of $2,400. Tho subscriptions of tho othor teams yot to report will hardly equal this sum. Up to yestordny no reports had been received from the country precincts. Tho buslnoss men subscribed liberal ly, but soveral hundred others who woro expected to subscribe ten dollars each, gavo a dollar or less. Tho final report of the committees will bo mado this ovonlng at a meoting to 'bo hold at tho Mohodist church, at which all !lho havo taken part in tho canvass aro expected to bo present ::o:: Will Drag Bonds Tho good roads committee of tho Chamber of Commoroo has boon auth orized to purcliaso tho tractor con verted from a Buick car by the Davis Auto Co., tho county commissioners havo consented to futmlsh a Fry drag, and tills commltteo will In tho futuro look after tho dragging of roads lead ing Into North Platte from tho four dl rectlonsl, This road dragging will ox tend a reasonablo distance from tho city. Tho work will bo done In co operation with tho county comrats slonors, who havo at times found it difficmllt to securo men and teams to do tho work. With tho tractor owned by the Chamber of Commerce it will bp avallablo at all times and efficient holp to operate It lwill bo easily obtained, It Is Ibelloved that tlio arrangmont will result In good roads In tho immediate vicinity of tho city. ; io; ; Lutheran Announcements 9:45 Sunday school services. 11 o'clock, morning worship. Tho Lord's Supper will bo celebrated. 8:00 p; m., ovonlng worship. Special Communion servlco for those who can not bo nrosont in tho mornlntr. Tho pastor hopes that no ono will miss both tlieso services unless prevented by hstlfiablo circumstances. No christian can afford to miss this im portant sorvico of his church. "This do" is" tho Master command, which is as binding to tho conscience as "Thou shalt have no other gods be fore Me." Good special music at both the services!. -: :o: : Co-Operntlvo Delivery Fnils. After three days' trial, tho co-opor atlvo delivery system established by Hill Bros. & Costello suspended bus! ness. and tho (grocers and meat mar kets they 'represented took ovor tholr individual deliveries yesterday morn ing. .The managor of tho concern stated that the main defflculty was to secure comnotont boys for drivers. Forty dollars per month was offered, tho boy drivers, but they demanded sixty dollars. Tho concern settled all Its bills yes torday and tho managor departed. : :o: : NORTH PLATTE BOTTLING WORKS If you want to know how delicious our beverages aro, come in and buy a bottle, a small bottle, just enough for ono good long drink. How ipuro anu vijholesomo and high grade tho syrup and flavors aro, tho best grade of granulated cane sugar msed at all times regardless of cost. It Is put up and delivered to you under conditions, of absolute sanitation. Tt is good through and through and as wholesome ascitis-delicious. Why not have tho best manufactured by' tho NORTH PLATTE BOTTLNG WORKS Wm. Hoyso Proprietor. Card of Thanks. We wish to oxpness our hoartfolt thanks to our neighbors and friends for tho klndnoss and sympathy ox tended us during tho illness and death of our loved ono Ethel. A. R. VOGELSANG, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan, and family. pJi its Have A Silo This Year Every farmer should have a silo this year. It Is almost his duty to have one. Tho silo Is not: only a source of Increased profits to the fanner, but nlso a means of meeting the threat ened world food shortage. . Cattle refuse to eat corn stalks, nnd they aro trusted. When mado Into sil age they make succulent feed. Cattle like it. This Bank offers its assistance to the farmers In this community to In crease this year's profits und meet the pending food crisis. Wo will loan you needed funds to' Increase your silo cnpaclty or build new silos. Platte Valley State Bank North Platte, Nebraska. :o: :- Kearney Coming Strong Secretary Moonoy received a mes sago from L. L. Wernett, of Kearney tho oarly part of this week stating that a Kearney delegation of ono hun dred boosters and a fifty pleco banu would bo hero for tho soml-contonnlal colobratlon Thursday and that day will bo Kearney and North Platto day. . -::o:: Thurston Woodhurst returned Tues day ovenlng from Grand Island. IJ0TJBLY ritOYEN. North Platto Headers Can no Longer Doubt tho Evidence. This Ndrth Platto citizen testified long ago. Told of quick relief of undoubted boneflt. Tho facts are now confirmed. Such 'testimony Is complete Jtho ovldcnco conclusive. It forms convincing proof of morlt. Thomas McGovorn, farmer, 409 E. Tenth St., North Platte, says: "I havo used Doan's Kidney Pills off and on for a good many years, whenever I havo becomo afflicted with kidney troublo from ovor-oxertion and nalns and aches havo como In my kldndys and back. At times I folt so bad with stiffness of my back that I couldn't straighten up In tho morning. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured from Rexall Drug Store, havo alwayB given mo ro- Unt" ' Tho abovo statement was given Au gust 2, 1910, and on June 2, 1916, Mr. McGovern added: "I still use Doan's Kidney Pills whenover I feel my kid neys aro not In good condition. They novor fall to drlvo off any troublo and keop mo in good health. 50c. at all dealers. Fostor-MUburn Co., Mfgra., Buffalo, N. Y. There ate Two Costs to a Furnace: the Price You Pay --and the Upkeep x.' Jin CaiEM COIOM I AL. FuflNACB In a furnace purchase, a dollar may be a good friend, or a false one. How you use that dollar, does the deciding. If you just spend it, without thought of the future, you take chances. But when you invest your money, the chance part is overcome. That's just the way you should regard your fur nace purchase. You should get highest investment value. ' On an investment basis, make up your mind to look into the satisfaction-insuring, comfort-bringing. Green COLONIAL Furnace Has Green's Dome Heat Intcnstficr It took a half Century of experience to create the Green COLONIAL. This furnace was developed from long furnace manufacturing knowledge. Every part of every Green COLONIAL Furnace carries a five-year guaran tee, excepting the grates. Your treatment of the furnaco determines their life. But if any other part cracks or burns out in five years, it will be supplied free. And every part of every Green COLONIAL is guaranteed against manufacturing defects during tho life of the furnace. No "ifs" about this protection I After you have looked into the merit-points of the Green COLONIAL yoti will understand why your protection is so iron-bound. But before you investigate, consider these facts; then check up on them later: The Green COLONIAL has Green's Dome Heat Intensifier--a rigid, one piece cast base, a gas-tight, cup-joint ash-pit; a dust-tight ash-pit door double, eeru aratcly-hinged feed-doors the famous Colonial grates an extra heavy, deep, straight fire-pot perfect draft-control, a radiator that gets every unit of heat from the fuel; high fuel economy, most dependable heat I For your satisfaction's sake, come in today for a Green COLONIAL catalogue, We Sell and Install the "Colonial". SIMON BROS., NORTH PLATTE, NEB. m CLUBS Aim SOCIETIES Tho Elite club will bo entertained this aftornoon by Mrs II. P. Henckol. Tho Zetta Zotta olub has discon tinued its meetings for tho summer months. Mrs. James Adams was hostoss to tho Et-a-Virp olub Wednesday aftor boon at a kenslngton. Mrs. Mary Bas mussen, of Chicago, a foiiimor resident hero, was a guest of tho club.' ' Mrs. Wm. Friend entertained tho M. M. M. club Tuesday afternoon at cards. Guests of the day woro Mrs. Herman Schloutor anu Airs', van Simon. 1 Mrs. II. C. Brock cntortalned fifteen children Wednesday afternoon for hor son Henry Clny Brock who wns five years of ago that day. T1iq little guests spent a pleasant nfternoon In games. Tho Zota Zeta club were tho guests of Mrs. Jack Carroll Wednesday after noon. Guests of the day-were Mrs. O. B. Austin of St. Joo and Mrs. Olydo Glddeon. Mrs. M. W. Rlgg as sisted tho hostess In ontcrtalnlng. Mesdames James Hart, Wm. Hawloy and Thomas Healoy entertained tho ndlan Card olub Tuesday aftornoon at tho Hart homo. In tho card games Miss Alma Waltemath won first prize and Mrs. Charles Roynolds second lion ors. Guest prize was awarded to Miss Alleen Gantt Mrs. John McCabo of Choyonno was an out-of-town guest Mesdames Herbert and Ernest Tramp ontortalned olghty ladles at a reception Wednesday afternoon irom 2 o'olock until 6 in honor of Mm. Ar thur Tramp, a recent brldo. Tho rooms of tho Tramp homo iwpro decorated with sweet peas and ferns and a lunch con was sorvod on a prottlly arranged tablo. Assisting in sorvlng wero tho Misses Catherlno Hall, Hazol Barber, Holon Bonner and Marjory Den. Dur ing tho aftornoon an enjoyable read ing wns given iby Miss Alma Walte math and musical selections by Mrs. Harry Cramer. Thursday qvening thlrty-fivo young ladles woro ontor talned at a muslcalo. Thoso taking nart In tho nrocram woro Misses Alma Waltomath, Dorothy and Elizabeth Hln- man. Henry G. Bitter, of Falrbury, for merly of tho local shops, arrlvod yes terday and will visit old tlmo friends for a week, whilo recuporatlng from an accidont that bofoll him somo tlmo ngo. Tho garland drill which was tho prlnclplo feature of tho ontortalnmont rocontly glvon by tho pupils of St. Pat rick's school, will bo ropcatod by ro qucat) alt Uio GKndjWrolla ball r'oxt wook. Supporting the Government This is a time for every citizen to support the United States Government, and many are doing so at considerable cost or sacrifice to themselves. We have joined the Federal Reserve Banking System established by the Government to give greater financial stability and strength to tho member banks and protection to their depositors. You tan give your support to this great Gov ernment enterprise and also obtain its protection for your money by becoming one of our, deposi tors. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Takes Automobile Tho M. C. Hayes auAomoblllo was taken from tho garago tho first of this woek and found on tho north river bank In an ovorturnod position. Sher iff .Salisbury Is Investigating tho mat ter. Dr. V. Lmicas returned last ovonlng from Arnold whoro ho attended tho funeral of a relative. For Bent Soven room building oip poiflta Owl) Cafo, PHrJna iBhWk 140. 40-2 J. J. Frator, of Rising City, camo a fow days ago to visit his brother Georgo Frator and family and attend tho druggists' convention. Mastor John Hawloy received a deep cut on tho templo last evening while nlaylng on tho stona of St. Patrick's school. Physicians Iworo summoned and it was found necossary to taKo sovoral stitched. For Sale Five room houso with basement Modern except heat. In quire at 307 oast Fifth street. 40-3 For tho second tlmo within a month somo ono raldod Charley Llork's porch boxes last night, pulling off botii bloom and buds and Injuring Uio plants. To put a stop to tlieso deeds sovoral favor tho organization of a flower growers' association and the of fering of a suitable rowart for tho de tection of thoso who aro guilty. HOT WATER lil An automatic Water;Heater gives hot water at the turn of the faucet. Y;ou! merely open the faucet at any time, day1 or night, and you have hot ' water, one gallon or a thousand. Plenty, of hot i water for any purpose' all the time. ! i;; North Platte Light & Power Co. .if " JUL. Perfection Ice Cream Gives tho final touch to any social af fair, and nono Is comploto without It. Our Ico Oroam is enjoyablo whothor sorvod as part of a banquot, as dos sort for dinner, or rofroshment for tho unexpected guest, it Is quickly ob tainable oaslly sorvod and always ap preciated. May wo sorvo you? North Platte Creamery rnoNE 63.