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Don't Neglect Your Eyes
If they are giving you theleast bit of trouble consult our Optom etrist about them as he is a SPECIALIST along this line of work and will give you the best of care. We grind our own lenses. HARRY DIXON & SON. DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, Graduate Dentist Office over tho McDonald Stato Bunk. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS Walter Kockon spent yesterday In Cozad doing special work on automo biles. Gene Stratton Porter's "Freckles" one of the best known stories in tho We have Just received a lot of new Columbia records. Come In -and hear tho lato song hits. Dixon, the Jeweler. Julius Mogcnson was thrown from a wagon by a runaway team Wednea day morning, but tho injuries he sust l,ained were slight. W. C. Cauffman of Konesaw, was in town Wednesday enrouto homo from McPhorson county whoro ho officiated as auctioneer at a public sale. Girls between tho ages of ten and fourteen, who desire to engage in Red Cross work are requested to moet Mrs. W. H. McDonald on the third floor of the Federal building Satur day forenoon at ten o'clock. Tho knitting department of the lied Cross will ship out a box Thursday of English language with Louise Huff next week. Anyono having knitted and Jack PIckford in tho stellar roles J articles that aro finished or that will will be the feature attraction at tho Keith Tuesday, Jan. 22. Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stone Drug Storo. tf bo Ilnished by then please see that they are turned in so that they can bo sent with that box , The coats for women and mlosse3 all mivat be closed out. The Lender Mer. Co. offer bargains such .as you can't get away from. For lnstanco coats up to $18.60 on sale at $12.95. Geo. H. Wilkins, miller at tho Elec tric Mills, has been in Fremont for onvorntadnvn nttAnrHni? tlin ntntn nnn- For a number or years lie was con-. . , . ,.., u nlii,i,.. ,iJ And so on up in tho finest grades still greater reductions and saving. There are twenty-two In "The Bird nected with the Gothenburg fire de partment. T 171 nAAlirnl n Int. At. HfI iZti. .rp,.fT, JE'Ot Paradise" cast which comes to the nesday from his son Everett in which . , . Mnm,ftV ,,,. Tho Pm. he stateu mat no was caning a nana " ;;;,; , : . : . ',, (1 Meting life in Hawaila which will be tOv0 i,i,ttioahJn nn Whni. F-vmtf.' Cresting. The play is one which is stationed was ice-bound "some-! " be" ?"ui 1 .?nJ0BXB ana I AO A OlUllUlU ill ITU VI ii 111V1UU A local" restaurant man says ho does vveonepuay not understand why ho Is not allowed where" In the Atlantic. t T. L. Green returned from Oklahoma where he spent a week fn Hf,rvn or soil mont on Tuesday while or ton days investigating oil properties au raeat niarkotu are permitted to iu which ho Is financially interested ' sen. nor wuy ne iB not. tpermittcd to On this property several wells are sorvo or sou wheat bread on Wednes- prouueers, Dut tney nave neon seaieti, ,jay Whilo permission to do so is until tho arrival of pipe to convey the Ktvcn bakers. Ho is not finding fault on to storago tanits. particularly with the federal regula- Mf nmi Mra Parrnii rftiimnil tions, only that on the face it looks as ed yesterday from Fremont, where' though the restaurant. men wore not they woro called Monday by tho death! having altogether a fair deal. In many of Mrs. Carroll's father, Frank towns the moat markets keep closed Winkleman. The funeral was held at on Tuesday and In some towns tho Fremont Wednesday. Death resulted ooKcnes ciose on weunesuay Indirectly from injuries Mr. Winkle- Wm. E. Shuman and daughter man received at Sidney several years Dorothy, returned Wednesday from their trip east. They s'pent the xr.ian holiday season visiting Mr. Shuman a brother in Chicago, thon went to Buffalo, N. Y., and witnessed Niagara (Falls In Its winter beauty. After wards they Bpeiit a week in New York and a week in Washington, D. C. At tho later city Mr. Schuman was ad mitted to practlco before the Supreme court of the United States and watch ed the workings of Congress for sever al days. He heard Presidont Wilson deliver his ipcace message to Congress Mrs. Louise Burke, who accompanied ago. All her life a beautiful woman stifled the Impluses of her heart. She would not believe. She would not trust. She would not forgive the one who had destroyed her faith in man. This themo Is presented in "The Sproading Dawn," at tho Keith Wed nesday and Thursday, Jan. 23-24, with Jano Cowl, beautiful, appealing, powerful . Unless shipments of coal into North Platte become more plentiful It will be necessary to limit to ono ton thel them on tho trip stopped off at Fort amount puraiaBea Dy an lnuivmuai wayne to visit menus ior a iew uuy and also to turn down orders from those who have a resasonable amount on hand. Coal Btocks in North Platte aro low but by adhering to certain reg ulations tho dealers hope to keep their patrons supplied. During tho past six months Mr Shuman has traveled more than 12,000 inllss, over a vast rango of tor ritory, but he says he has found no place that he likes better than his home city, North Platte. Mnvlmr to Xnw Ttnltillnir. The North Platto nronnmrv linirnti moving lta fixturos this week to its new building on Sixth street, which wus urecieu expressly lor creamory Dllrtiosca mill no nrrnnrrnri no in Unat meet tho requirements of such n con- corn, uonsiuerablo new machinery has boon ordered, part of which has nr- riveci anu lias beon Installed. Tho room vnnnfoil hv Hin nronm. cry wll bo occupied by Chas. Echol-borry. . Q Child iilcs of Fall. mu luur yuur oiu son oi air. anu. Mrs. A. L. Espoy, living at 30G cast rfM.ta.tl ..Im. . .1 1 .1 ... . I "iu auuui, uiuu unriy ycsioruay morning from tho effects of a Tall sustained a fow days before Tho child was ridinc a vnrd ntlck nn n "linrsn " tripped and fell and ono end of tho limfrntl attnlr nti i rtrnl An I trated tho brain. Tho little ono suf fered intensely until death came to its relief. Tho funeral will ho lmlil frnm tho homo at 2:3o this afternoon con ducted by Rev. Cram. l'rcsbjtcrlnn Church Notes. At tho first Presbyterian church Sunday Rev. J. II. Curry, D. D. will tell at tho eleven o'clock hour what tho Presbyterian church is doing a broad; and at the evening hour tho subject will bo "Some of tho Things Roligion is Achiovlng during tho World War." Tho Sunday school will begin promptly at 10 a. m., A. S. Allen superintendent. The men of the con gregation aro especially invited to come to tho mon's class, tailght by tho pastor. Junior C. E. at 3; 00 p. m. Miss Buck leader. .;o: :- Methodist Meetings. Tho Evangelistic meetings at tho Methodist church aro developing much interest in the comunity. Dr. Runyan's sermons aro tho most forceful wo havo over listened to, yet tho spirit of lovo in which they arc delivered, makes each one feel that tho speaker has his intorests at heart. Mr. Campboll is making himself felt thru song. Tho largo faithful chorus s'peaks volume, in his praise. The Junior Revival which is held Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 4:00 n m. is frrnwinr day. Tho young people aro preparing ior mo junior surpriso Saturday night. Do not forget this date, the Juniors havo something good in store. Sunday will bo a big day nrd a cordial invitation is extended to all. Tho chorus will bo on hand each night at 7:30 to entertain and uplift. :o: : Tho Making of Rugged aicn. Tho Tribune man, witnessed for twenty minutes yesterday forenoon the exercises givon a score or more boys by Prof. Ohman, physical director of the city schools, and was interested as well as amused by tho activity of tho boys. Tho exercises aro so varied ns to tonSQ GVOrv niURnln nnil trv nut Hin ltimr ca'nacitv and thfl hfnrr nntlnn ' and the more vigorous tho exertion the1 more iwmingiy and enthusiastically did tho hovs takn hold. Thin certainly levelops the physlquo and is assisting in maKing our uoys, rugged, healthy and activo; not only physical-; ly fit. but teaches thorn nlnrtnonn nt. mind and eye to see, to know, to do' quicKiy. This class is one of three, each hav ing thirty or moro members, and each1 boy hails with delight the dawn of' gym uay. ::o::- i There will bo a special called meet ing of tho local committee on Armeni an and Syrian Relief at tho Chamber of Commerce rooms this Friday oven lng at 5:00 o'clock by order of the Chairman A. W. Shilling. All ward chairmen and members of soliciting committees are requested to attend this meeting. Mrs. Gertrude Carson, of Grand Island, will be hero tomorrow to in struct a class of tho Sammy Girls In making surgical dressings. A bunch of twenty or more laborers camo down from Denver this morning. Part of tho gang will work at tho ico houses, tho others at tho now depot. Arrnngo for Snlo of Stamps. Tho commlttco solected by Chair man M. J. Forbos to push tho salo of War Saving Stamps mot Wednesday and outlined a plan for a drive which it is believed will result in ovory residont of tho city being solicited to buy. Instead of making a houso to house canvass, committees of railroad men will solicit men of that calling, a business mop's committee will solicit business men and mombors of differ ent women's clubs will bo solicited by a committeo from each of tho clubs. In tills way everyono will bo given an opportunity. These committees aro now being selected and tho drlvo will soon start. .:o:: Basket Hall Season Oncns. The basket ball season for tho local high Bchool team will open Saturday when tho boys Journoy to Ogalalla for a gamo with tho school team of that town. Saturday of next week they will go to Gothenburg to play. Later in tho season those towns will play return games. Tho local team is Bald to bo in fairly good condition, but will need a game or two with othor teams to fully de velop tneir real strength. . Christian Church. Services of tho Christian church for Lord's day, Janvary 20th. 1918. 9:45 a. m. Bljio 8):ool, corainunttm and Bcrmon: 3:00 p. m. Junior En deavor meeting; 7:30 p. m.y evening worship and sermon, theme, "Tho Tears of Jesus." All aro Invited to attend these ser vices. F. A. Lindenmoyer, Minlstor. ::o:: Wheatlcss and meatless days, which have been voluntary horetoforo, will become mandatory by a bill which has been Introduced In congress thin week. The food situation tho world over is acute, and this country is up against tho proposition of onforcing by law conservation of food stuffs. This bill gives tho presidont the' power to re strict tho manufacture, salo or uso of such food and food-stuffs nB in his judgment sh6uld bo restricted. Thcro foro bo prepared to oat according to federal regulation, and find no fault. Notice to' tii'o Public. We, tho underslgnod morchants of North Platto, Nebraska, having been called togother by tho Chairman of the Local Food Administration for tho purpose of further co-oporatlon with our government to tho- end that thu best posslblo results might bo obtained in saving food, man power and all othor unnecessary oxpoiiBOs havo unan imously decided that commencing Monday, January 21st, 1918, wo will soil all commodities as per government instructions issued weekly, as follows, cash over counter and carry as per prices of Food Commission, a nominal chargo of ten cent (10c) for all de liveries and an additional two per cont (2 ppr cent) chargo for tarrying all accounts. , Wo ask tho lioarty co-operation of tho public and wo realizo that -this will not bo withhold, as tho patriotic citizenship of North Platto and sur rounding community is a well-recognized fa'c,t throughout tho stato of Nebraska. Signed: LEIRK & SANDALL E. T. TRAMP & SONS RILEY YORK RUSH MERC. CO. ' WILCOX DEPT. STORE LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTON R. N. LAMB F. D. WESTENFELD & SON JOHN A. NOBLE MRS. E. BURGNER J. L. LOUDON -: :o: :- SOMEBODY LOST 51500 S. I). Hastings, of Mlssouln, Monf., found n roll of bills while engaged In tearing down an old house Inst Sop. tembcr. Tho inonoy was tightly wrapped In a pleeo of black cloth which tho rats had nscd for a nest underneath tho old house, mid was In good condition. An expensive rat-nest ami n splendid argument In favor of keeping Liberty Honds nnd other Important papers In tho "Platto Valley Stato" Safe Deposit. Separate steel Yault absolute pro tection. Individual boxes $1-00 up, per yenr. Platte Valley State NORTH PLATTE, NEB. Tggf. wo -rinuo vanoy stato" aaro Jicposir. c2fi Separate steel Yault absolute pro- Platte Vallnv State Bank BanK Bank LIMIT 2000 OLD LINE ON Soldiers and Drafted Men GET YOURS TODAY. J. 13. SEBAS 'M'tf. Stato Mtrr. Office: BrodUoh Bldg. Phone Office Rsu 612 Residence Red 48 NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. For Salo lG-stall barn with hay loft. Inquiro of Robert Salcotti. 102-9 Sheep and Cattle FOR SALE Farmers this Is the year and the time of the year to yet stock to eat up your rough feed. I have on hand and for sale 3000 feeding lambs and ewes, and 500 cattle. Come and talk to me. C. H. WALTER, NORTH PLATTE. HoBpltnl Phone Black 633. Houso Phone Black 633. W. T. PRITCIIAltD, Graduate Veterinarian Bight years a Government Vetorlnar lan. Hospital 218-south Locust St., one-half block oouthwoet of the Court Housh Notice of Petition. Estato No. 1529, of Bonjamin A. Dikoman, deceased, in tho County Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska Tho Stato of Nobraska: To all per sons Intorested In said estato, tako no tlco that a potition has been filed for tho appointment of Emory M, DIko man as administrator of said estato which has beon sot for hearing herein on January 2D, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m Dated December SI, 1917. Jl-22. GEO. E. FRENCH, County Judge Notice Of Petition. Estato No. 1528 of William M. Hay deceased in tho County Court of Lin coin County, NobrasKa. Tho Stato of Nebraska, To all per sons interested in said Estato tako notico that a potlton has beon filed for tho appointment of O. O. Wood as Administrator of said Estate, which has been sot for hearing heroin on January 25, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m Dated December 29, 1917. GEO. E, FRENCH J1J21 County Judge WE BUY YODR HAY, GRAIN, SEEDS AND LIVESTOCK. We sell Coal, Flour, Graham, Whole Wheat, Cora Meal, Corn Chop, Barley, Chop, Salt, Shorts, Bran, Tankage and Cotton, Linseed and Alfalfa Meal, mixed Chicken Feed and all kinds of Grain. Quality guaranteed and SERVICE THE BEST. Leypoldt & Pennington, EAST FRONT ST. PHONE 99. U3 I IMi PI I . 1 1. II I I Save Your Money For Uncle Sam You'll be saving it for yourself and your family if you do. Start a "Thrift Savings Club" account now to secure the money for a Liberty Bond of some future issue. It is tho best purpose for which to save nowadays and the best investment you can possibly make. $1.00 a week buys a $50.00 bond. $2.00 per week buys a $100.00 bond. We pay interest on our deposits. McDonald State Bank nmW in ill YOU'VE TRIED THE REST NOW. USE THE BEST "COW BRAND" FLOUR. Every North Platte Dealer Can Supply You. KEITH THEATRE IAN 91 Ithe- SUCCESS OF- SUCCE5SE5S AS THE- WOST JL JALKED OP ria ur re CENTURy Mail Orders Received Now. Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00. Seat Sale Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Plus 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 acuto 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.