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Satisfying the ladies ? BecauS6:women insisted on having watches small, beautiful and ac curate,, manufacturers have made them reliable timekeepers and about the prettiest ornament a lady wears. Clinton makes a feature of ladies' watches. You can see the latest styles now. bracelet and chatelaine models each watch tested by our expert. It's an equisite display. Step in and see it. You will not be asked to buy. C. S. Clinton Jeweler and Optician At the Sign with the Big Ring. DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, Graduate Dentist Office over tho McDonald Stat Bunk. LOCAL AND PERSONAL For Quick Sale Household goods and fruit, 121 E. 11th. Dr. Morrill, Dentist. For Sale lG-stall barn with hay loft. Inquire of Robert Salcettl. 102-9 The Eldeen Club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. Edward Weeks. Misses Alma and Helen Waltemuth are spending this week with friends in Denver. x Of all the bargain sales tho one that saves you tho most money is at Tho Leader Mer. Co's. Mr. and Mrs. Wm- Hodden left yes terday morning for Denver to remain a week or longer. P- H. Sullivan has returned from a three months visit in Richmond, Va., New York City and Washington. gA lot of apron teheck ginghams nt 8c yard on sale at The Leader Mer. 'Company. Mrs. A. C. Howard and children loft Sunday night for Seattle, Wash, to spend several weeks with relatives. For rent Rooms in modern home convenient to round house. - Phono Black 89G. Mrs. Thos. Mitchell of Lexington camo yesterday to visit Mrs. M. V. Mitchell and family for several days. Mr. and Mrs- George Dlenerof Plant nreclnct, left Sunttay for San Diego, to spend the remainder of tho winter. Sateen petticoats 89 cents; silk petticoats $2.95; and other garments at pro'portionately low prices during Block's January Clearanco sale. E. R. Plummer has been confined to the house -for a week past with stomach trouble and nervous break down. Mrs. Edwlna Schatz and Mrs. Albert Schatz and daughter leave for Los Angeles tomorrow to remain seeral weeks. Mrs. Peck and daughter, who had been spending several months at tho Ottonsteln residence, left for tho ea&t Friday. IXl'ItEASED JltSINESS (TIT AMI) COUNTY NEWS AT THE l'O&TOWU'E. Mr. and Mrs. Bookwalter, u Tho North Platte postofflco was Ognllala, spent tho week end at tho inmlo n central office for all of the. Con Walker home. ofTlccs in tho county. There aro 12 H. L. Pennington returned Satur- district officers. This offlco handles day from Omaha whoro ho had boon all tho accounts and furnlshoa all the transacting business for a icouplo of supplies. Wo have added ono more days. j . t ' i ' clerk to the forco this year, and also a now rural route of 34 miles on the north side of tho Matte Ulvof. The postal receipts of tho office last year were ?32,000; the year before $2(5,000. Our money order business increased about 40 per cent, and about 35 per cent more 'packages insured. than form erly. Thero is ono trouble tho postoflce would llko ,to have remedied this next year, and that is when writing to friends, if the writer would in ad dition to giving tho town and state would also give the street number and box number, it would save tho office a god deal of time and tho patrons much Inconvenience. Dr. Urock, Dentist, over Stono Drug ,Storo.4 ' f tt Mfs. C. O. Halnxhd 'daughter have returned to their homo nt Mel rose Nebr.i after VlsltirTg her .parents Mr. and Mrs." Con Walker. Committees appointed to canvass the clfy for subscriptions to the Armenian and Syrian relief began their "work yesterday. Ralph Vroman, who is now with the balloon corps at Ft. Omaha, spent the latter part of last week In town visit ing friends. J. W. "Payne is having a bad siege of his old trouble rheumatism Which has confined him to tho houso for two weeks past. Will Waltomath, L. B. Dick, Elmer Coates and R. D. Blrge returned Friday afternoon- from Lincoln where they at tended the state lumber dealers' con vention. Waists at Block's formerly priced at $3.50, $4.50 and $7.50 are now offered at $1.98, $2.98 and, $4.9S. Certainly a chance to secure bargaiiu in waists. Mrs. E. F. Seeberger returned Thurs day night from Omaha where she' ac companied Mrs. Liddell and remained for a week or so following Uio oper ation performed on the latter. Governor Neville is receiving soma publicity as a candidate for United States senator. Why not? Ho has certainly made good as governor, why not boost him a peg higher? A telegram message from Omaha yesterday stated that the condition of Mrs. A.. Lindell was still "such that tho attending physician, Dr. Dunn, hold out'?nb hopo for her recovery. Fjjr Sale Two lots and two houses, ono ten room and onb five' FObinf all modern except heat. Will trade for land. Inaulro of J. Habler. lOOtf T. C. Patterson, chairman of the Lincoln County Council 'of Defense, will go to Lincoln this week to attond a meeting of the State Council which will hold sessions Friday and Satur day. j Every winter coat in tho houso to go. Lots of choice coats to select from to lit women, misses and children at 'prices tho lowest on record at The Leader Mer. Co. - The annual meetrng of the stock holders of tho First National bank was held Tuesday. All of the old officers were re-elected, D. B. Mc-Neel president, C. O. Wickstrom vice-pres ident, Otto Schurman vice-presldnt and G. S. Thompson cashier. Ono thous and dollars was placed in the surplus fund and tho balance will bo carried ns undivided profits. Hershey Tlmen. i : Make A Fresh Start " ISfow is the time to start on a new and better basis. Put the patriotic spirit of service and economy into every daily act. Thus you, can have a larger Savings Account at the McDonald State Bank. You can thus easily form new and thriftier habits that will benefit you. Save more so you can lend money to the Government so you can help those brave boys who need your aid. Small deposits are.welcome here. McDonald State Bank Go East to liny GoodN. .Mrs. Harry I. Block and son leave tomorrow for Syracuse, N. Y., whore they will visit relatives for ton days at which time Mr. BJock will Join Mrs. Block on a trip to New York whore they will spend several weeks "purchas ing spring garments for the Block store. In speaking of the trip Mr. Block said Uiat his 'purchases will be heavier than over before, due in part to the fact that with his enlarged modern store he will have moro room for merchandise and a much better opportunity to display it, and partly toan anticipated heavy trade next spring, for the customors of tho Block store aro growing in number oa.'li season. To make room for tho now stock, Mr. Block is now "holding a January clearance sale. : :o: : Florence Wilcox Featured Tho Sunday Lincoln Journal con tained individual pictures of ten girls at the s state university who are mem bers of the Freshmen Girls' Commis slon.and included in the ten is Miss f lorcnco rwucox or tins city, Tina commission Is chosen for tho 'purposo of promoting good spirit among tho members of tho first year class and help thorn got acquainted. It has given ono party for all tho freshmen girls and plans later to entertain all members of the class in smaller roups. .:o: : Red Cross Work for Girls. Next ' Saturday morning at ten o'clock Mrs. W. H. McDonald will "Sir ifieet on, tho third floor of the Federal building all girls between the "ages, of ten nnd fourteen who desire to eriga&o in RedJross work .-Quito a number of girls of this age have been assisting in the work under Mrs. McDonald. and It is her doslro to enlist others, for sho finds they are very holpful and the services of those who have already assisted have been much appreciated mr : Tho postponed meeting of tho Re- bokah kensington will bo held in tho I. O. O. F. hall on Friday aftornoon or. tins weoK. ah members aro re quested to bo present as thero is busi ness of Importance to be transacted. Mrs. N. Clausen nnd Miss Mario Frolkoy of Stapleton visited at the Con Walker home last week. Tho county commissioners are in session this week making semi-annual settlement with Icounty officials and transacting such otlier business as may come before them. Como and carry away a bungalow apron from Block's for 59 cents. The dato of tho patriotic play to bo given by tho Sammy Girls under tho direction of Mrs. W. J. Tiley, has not been definitely settled, but will be sometime near February 15th. C. W. Burklund and Will Cokor, of Sutherland, were visitors in town yesterday and mado Thp Tribune a call. Mrs. A. E. Timmorman and chlld- dron returned from a visit with ro latlves at Stella, Nobr., yesterday. .:o:: WHY IS NORTH PLATTTE FIRM? Because Its Citizens Hnvo Learned Tho Truth. After reading this generous nnd en couraging roport from Mr. Rocors. thoso who havo tho mlsfortuno to suf- for, as ho did will naturally long to got similar roller. But to got tho earao good as Mr. Rogers had, you shouldd got tho samo remedy. There aro of cduirso, othor kidnoy pillB but thoro aro no other Kidnoy pills tho samo as Doan's. That Is why North Platto people demand tho gonuirio. M. C. Rogers, prop, of harness storo, 514 Locust St., North Platto, says: "Once in a while my kidneys havo be come disordered and If I did not attend to thqm, I (would get bad toff. My back would becomo laino and thoro would bo a stoady acho In It, When I tried to etraighten up aftor citting, a sharp pain -would catch mo. I know my kidneys woro tho causo of tho mis ory, for at such times thoy acted too often, especially, at night. Doan'a Kidnoy Pills havo always relieved any signs of such trouble, putting my kidnoys In a normal condition. I know thoy can bo depended upon and I am glad to rocommond thorn," Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidnoy remedy got Doan'a Kidnoy Pills tho samo that Mr. Rogora had. Foaton-MUburn Co., Mfgro., Buffalo, N. Y. At tho Presbyterian church Sunday two now. bible classes woro organized, one for Voung indies with Mrs- Curry ns teacher and a men's class with Dr. Curry as Instructor. Both start with ainlOo membership. Ray Cnntlln is contemplating enlist ing in the navy as n fireman on an oil burning vessel. For several years he was a member of tho Michigan Naval Reserves, which would givo him a credit standing In tho navy. I now havo funds at 5 por cent on choice bottom table land. Gone Crook, Room 4, Keith thcatro Bldg. Clarence McCabo, son tf Dr. McCabo who has been at Ft. Leavenworth for several months, has passed an examin ation for tho electric signal sorvlco of the aviation corps. He Is now awaiting a call to Kansas City for. further In struction. "Jack" Hartor, who now headquar ters at Salt Lake City, with a territory extending from that city to this city, spent Saturday in town visiting with frlonds- Ho is with tho Marshal Oil Co. but is carrying side linos that eai n him good money. Miss M. Sicman, steam baths and Swedish Massage, ladies and gentle men. Phono 897. Brodbcck bldg. 85tf Dr. Walter Crook's lntest car ii a 72-horso power four-cylinder Mercui, which ho, with Mrs Crook, brought up from Omaha last .eek. Doctor says It Is powerful, speedy and In every re spect "some" car. Tho soiling prlco of tho car is $3,700. ' "Hay prices aro all shot to pieces," said a dealer yesterday. "At Omaha lffsji Friday there were 400 cars of hay in the outer railroad yards and thirty flvo on tho salo tracks. Tho high prices this fall and winter has result ed in heavy shipments and the markets are at present glutted." 'Dodge Brothers Motor Cars do stand up in any and ovory hard sorvice. Try asking the next mixed bunch of, automobllo ( owners or oven dealers .their opinion of tho "worth ol tnTs car. It will bo good information locyou to have, nnd may, help you In the selection of your next car. J. V. Rpmlgh, TDeiVler. ?Just arriVcd our spring Avhlto goods, organdies, flaxons and batistes. Now is tho opportuno tlmo to buy while our lino is extensive "We havo much from which to mako your selections E; T Tramp & Sons. Committees wero busy yesterday selling tickets for tho Red Cross musical to bp given at tho Franklin auditorium by Miss Zora Trovillo, as sisted by Prof. Doucet, Miss O'Hare, Mrs. C. Ernest Melton and Miss Mackey. Tho program 'promises to bo ono of the best over given in town and will merit a largo audience. The Methodist Aid society will hold their regular meeting at tho church parlor Thursday afternoon. As this meeting will bo devoted to Red Cross work tho ladies aro requested to como ns early as convenient; work com mencos at 2 o'clock. At 3 o'clock Dr. Runyon will have a biblo reading to which all aro Invited. All our now spring models in CorBots on display in our corset department. E. T. Tramp' & Sons. No, 17 was again nnnullcd lust evening, evidence that up to Sunday evening tho traffic condition in Chicago had not undorgono much improvement. It is rolatod that Satur- evenlng out-going passongors at a Chicago depot wore furnished fifteen Pullman sleepers in which to spend tho night, no trains being able to loavo tho depot. "Patrons on rural routes should not ovorlook tho fact that In order to get dally dollvery of mail thoy must keep tho snow blocked roads open," said Postmaster McEvoy yesterday. "This is a requirement of tho postofflco do partment. Not only must tho public roads be kept opon, but the road to each Individual box must bo In such condition that tho carrier can reach tho box without gottlng out of his car. Patrons must seo that thoso require ments aro fully observed." Governor Neville says ho Is sorlously contemplating calling tho Nebraska legislature to assemble in special session to consider two and porljapa tnreo specific questions. First of theso will bo to amend tho law for tho purposo of allowing soldiers Bor ving with tho colors outsldo tho stuto dp-voto. Second, to act on tho pro hibition amendmont to tho federal con stltutlon, and tho third, woman's suf frage, depending on what progress that causo makes In tho senato at Washington. Omaha Beo. W. V Hoagland spent Saturday In Fremont jittchidlng a meeting of re publicans from different parts of the stuto. Twonty por cent discount on Child ren's dresses and coats a Block's, tho bargain storo of tho town. It: McFariand received a pen of six white Wyandotte chickens from n breedor In Canada Saturday. They cosl'IUty-flve dollars but Mac says tncy aro worth tho prlco. Tho Ladles Auxiliary of tho B. of R. T. will hold their regular meeting arid kensington at tho K. P. hall Friday afternoon, Jan. 18th. Mesdamcs Cool, Gutherlcss and Stack will entertain. A$ult that sold formerly nt $10 ia now being offered at $19.85 at Block's. Theso suits must go regard less of the loss to Block. A Good Investment A year ago, I sold a local engineer a, used Dodge Brothers car of the 1916 model. He to$: mc a few days ago that ho woul not take today what he paid for the car and the upkeep had been practically nothing. I have often said that one of our used Dodge cars, rehuilt in my shop and guaranteed against mechanical delects, will outwear two new cheaper cars. Service is built into these cars and their Conductor Bob Massev wears n scr- ..... ' . viceM)auge wun two stars, uno son is ijr innfT a prlvato at Camp Funston, nnother 0 ' is a lieutenant at tho Kelly aviation I n0v have a used 1917 car, a field. ... newer model touring car, which stationed in tho Chicago office of tho will give any buyer equal value Union Pacific for Boveral years wlH return to Omaha In tho near future to accept a position as superintendent of car service. Wo will take a Ford car In exchange on a Pluno. Walker Music Co. Tho weather of tho past few days has ben so unlike our usual January weather that wo are beginning to fool a little skeptical of Observer Shilling's efficiency. Tho snow was all right, but wo didn't need the bolow zero weather. and service, and I guarantee it to do so. The price is reasonable. Drop in and sec it and try it out; J. V. R0MIGHr Dodge Brothers Dealer 6th & Locust. North Platte. YOU'VE TRIED THE REST NOW USE THE BEST .... i , "COW BRAND" FLOUR t 'V- Every North Platte Dealer Can Supply You. KEITH THEATRE MONDAY NIGHT JAN. 21. 5UCCES5 or- 5UCCB55E55 Triir wosrT TALKED OF FW OF TiE QENTUR Mail Orders Received Now. Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00. Seat Sale Thursday at 7:30 p: m. Plfls War Tax. Curtain at 8:15. . DR. J. S. TWINEM, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Physician, Surgeon, Obstetrician. X-Ray. ' For your comfort and accommodation Tho Nurse Brown Memorial Homeopathic Hospital. Homeopathic medicine " for acute and chronic diseases. A trial will convince you that there is no system of treatment its equal. Office phone 183. Residence phone 283. Hospital Phone 110. '