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that satisfies. .. . The personal element emphasized in- . .hi H i our Optical Department. Real interest . i d lis is taken m each eye problem. It is not a matter of selling a pair of glasses, but of performing a professional duty in a way that accomplishes the best results for the patron. The eyes are examined with infinite care. If glasses are required; they are made fitted to improve, protect and preserve vision. If they are not needed, we sdy so frankly, It is service you will like, and profit by, Use it. C. S. Clinton Jeweler and Optician At the Sign with the Big Ring. '-4 in 1 ;. DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, " Graduate Dentist ' Olftce over tho McDonald State Bunk. LOCAL AND PEI1SONAL For Rent Rooms furnished for light whouisokcoDlnc. Phono Blk 941. 9-2 ftff Mra. W. T. Grocn roturncd Wcdnos- -tfday irom a visit in tho cast. 'Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stono Drug Store " N. B. BuQkloy has purchased of V. V. Hoagland tho lot cast of tho E. II. Goodman resldenco on west Fourth street for a consideration of $2,650. Mr. Buckloy buys tho lot with the Intention of erecting a modern resm dencov Advanco showing Shopmen Ash Increase Wago increaso approximating 33 1-3 nor cent and which Secretary Lane f rhurrlcdly ejitlma'cd,' 'wouh frost tha asked of the railroad wago commission NYXdnesdajr by i A,. JftaaltUij,. wicakr lng for 26,000 ruwrnerB ql' shop un.ih'.i ., Ho Baid tho tnoreadb lll'J'j hfcul.l' apply to 2G00')0 non onion man not lin ilcd in ySecretary , Lnno s .coiflpufn- ' Hnnkrf. I)onutcfr Hurtle. ' ,yf, T, Banks, now sojourning in California has dbnated a fiorso to the Sammy Girls. This horso will bo Bold ntttlio ntihllc auction, Mr. Banks will hold' at hits farm nino miles east of town, March. 1st. Mr. Banks Js irir torosted .Intho work of tho Sahimy Girls and tpok this metliod to show his appreciation of tho good work the girls nro doing. ' - Seventeen Kncnilcs Bcglstcr. Sdventcen Gorman alien enemies rcg lstered at the North Platto 'postofflco during tho ten-day registration period which closed Wednesday evening. The numbor registering at other postofflcea in the county has not beon learned. Postmaster McEvoy is inclined to be lieve that some who should have reg istered have not done so. This neglect ho thinks, has been duo to ignoranco of the aliens rather than a disposition to evade tho law. . :o: Will Tucker Weds Miss Itudat. Wm. P. Tucker and Miss Minnie Itudat wore united in marriage nt the Lutheran church at high noon Tuesday, Rev. Franklin Koch officiat ing. Later a nice wedding dinner was of now. spring sorved at tho home of Mrs. C. 'J. Jack- 3IKS. M. V. MITCHELL DIES AT OilAHA YKSTEItDAl. suits, coats, dresses and skirts at son. Tho brldo Is tho daughter of Block's, - I Mrs. Albert Haspel and s well and McMlchuol Bros." began getting! favorably known having since child ready sWednesdaV to p"ut in tho con-, hopd made her homo on tho ranch a croto foundation for tho now Hondy- Bhort stance west of town. TJui Ogler garage. If the weather permits f0,0"1 camo, he,ro 'SJli" , f,Tn,i,Hn .ft-0,,.lnn.l.l,rt, Indiana and has been in tho employ wnrlr will ttr itn wltti n whnnn I Of tile Union PaCMC For Salo Puro Cockorolsv y. R. Black 926. 1 Bred White- Rock Flshelstraln .Phone 8-2 Girls Want Yarn. Tho Domestic Science girls of the Junior high school aro knitting RfiunreB to bo made into afgans for t 4lin ntinrnn - P Itntnir 1 f 1 1 1r rn n ,i,iv ni mm (.convalescent soldiers. They use yarn went Carr wore assoscd a lino and costs n any color or quantity and will be amountinK to ?12.80 each In tho pollco,iru,y H1"1"1"' M..t Wlwt;,i n , .v,iJ amount, either great or small, of yarn, Manager Pratt, of tho telephone thnt u 0 wmlid '0' t0 work carn'in any color, that they will give to oxchango, trtlnsactcd business in Brulo "inonv Jnd nav ti oil no and costs thov thom for tn,s work- Anyone having 'i Mrs. J. W. MciEvoy and son to Omaha Wednesday morning. Wednesday. Every express from Now York City. money and pay tho flno and costs thoy, wore released from custody. and lcavo. it at tho 3rd floor room In the Federal building. o: work. yarn thoy wish to give to theso girls olther send it to Miss Lathan, at the - bf,nRJ c.orc? ?l noW 8prlnB Kttrmon'fl. spring suits, coats, drosses or skirts a backago marked for Miss Lathan , w .w.v. ,JUHl (irop m una. soo. mom at uiocr"s. ; John Schram, went to Sidney Wed-, rirom0tn Wootly M. Young returned nesday with tho view of leasing Tucsdny, .frort Camp Gody whore no ; Tarm In that section.. waa calied by tho niness of his b.'o- tt you want to seo what's now in thor, who was Buffering from penu spring suits, coats, dresses or skirts monia but is now convalescing. Tho lust dron in nnd seo them nt Block's, brother enlisted at Lowellen ind is In mo engineering corp3. ivir, young corp3 thinks mat ,outs!uo of tor uut. con dltlons at Cump Cody aM flno. Another express shipment direct from. Now York of women's and mlssos spring stylo tailored suits and coats at Tho Loader More. Co. Nearly a month must still olapso be. fore tho 1,500 locomotives built for ,Tho Episcopal ladles sorved a flno s'uppor in tho church basemont Tuos day'f evening and received N a Hboral patronage . The latest rreatlonB of now spring auitd, roats, ('losses and skirts may bo soon on display at Block's. E. T. Kollhor, of Omaha, haB been in town or several days looking after matterB connected with lnsuranco available for American railroads. Tho com'pany of which ho is Btnto agent. ,nUB8lan locomoUvoa woro built for a Tho complaint against Elmer Owono! gauge of flvo feet sovon Inches, while mo sionuaru gauge in mo uniicu Statoa Is four foot eight and ono-hnlf Inches. Tho locomotives must all bo mado ovor from one gauge to tho other. Now la tho iimo to got a good selec tion In a suit. E. T. Tramp & Sons. Miss needier Married Tuesday. Miss Ruth Allen Beecher, daughter of Bishop and Mrs. Geo. A. Beecher. who was born In North Platto and lived hero with her iparents for six or. more years, was married at Hastings Tuesday to Lieut. Adrian Brain, of Ft. Sheridan, 111." The ceremony was per formed in St Mark's Cathedral by Bis hop Beecher assisted by Dean Budlong. Tho cathedral was decorated with tlio American flag and tho flags of tho allied nations. Tho bride was gowned. Mr. M. V Mitchell, of .this city, died at .St. ?.Josophs hospital In Omaha yesterday morning. Mrs. Mitchell wont .to Omaha three wcpIcb ago to enter tho hospital for treat ments for heart trouble with which she had bbon seriously affected tor a year or moro. Word sent to friends at intervals conveyed tho Im pression that she was at least holding her own and word of her death came as a surprise Before leaving for Omaha Mrs. Mitchell had placed her threo children Jn a convent at Sidney, and in her will stipulated that w R. Maloney should bo appointed guardian of tho children. Mrs. Mitchell, neo Zara Mitchell, was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ncary, who wore among tho early set tlers In North Platte, and she had spent her entire life In this city. Her husband died several years ago. It, Is expected that the remains will arrive from Omaha today and arrange, ments for the funeral will then be made. .::: Men Wanted In Ship Yards. I nm authorized by Edwin M. Hur ley, chairman of the United States Shipping Board to enroll labor for employment In the ship yards engaged In building ships for tho United States government. Iron and wood -workers of all kinds are in demand, also electric workers .and common labor. This is a great opportunity for mon not subject to tho draft, under 21 years and over 31, to perform patriotic wock and get well paid for It. Mr. Hurley In closing his letter to me says: "That our people must reallzo once and for all that on labor depends tho construction of tho - needed ships and on theso depends not only tho war itself, but tho present Industrial life of tho nation." T. C. PATTERSON, Chairman, County Defense Council : :o: : Snre Vnr Hoiif The stores of Uio Masonic Temple will be for rent after March 1st. Will partition to suit tenants. For parti culars seo A. F. Streltz, Custodian Gtf. : :o: : Getting Hall in Shape. Furnlturo for tho hall on the third floor of the now Knights of Columbus building hgs been received and Is be ing placed. This hall, which is 42x81 feet, is well lighted, has roof vontlla tors, and has In connection a recep tlon room for laldes and a reception room for men, with toilet and cloak rooms for each. The hall will bo leased to other lodges, applications having already been received from six fraternal orders, tl Js probable that the hall will also be leased for danc lng parties. : :o: : sion studv clnsH 5 -n.m. fi:30 n. m m a traveling, suit and immeuiatoiy lEpworth League. 7:30 p. m. special was changed to petit larceny, he was flhod ten dollars, mado restitution for tho'ino takon and wns discharged. ' Housohold goods for salo, Including a Stolnway piano. Phono Black G41. Dayo Day, 512 Poplar. Julius Plzor and daughter Miss Ma'ymo loft Tuesday evening for Now York" to purchaso goods for Tho Lend, on, They will bo absent about two "wboljs. pon't fall to soo thom. Now spring styles in Bilk and wool skirts at Tho iToador Merc. Co, ,G. J. Landholm, who llvos at Bird wood Biding, shipped In threo register qjl Poland China hogs Wodnosday for which bo paid $315. Mr. Landholm is nflnn boilovor In ptiro bred stock. "II. S. RIgdoll, state flro commis sioner, spent Wednesday In town, in quiring into tho gonornl condition of tho flro department and looking ovor tho city to seto how closoly wo nro observing Instructions as to flrn traps. "Slnmp out tlto Mar" with Wnr Sav ings Stamps. For snlo nt tho ItcxnH ilrng Store. Tho A. Hospo Co. of Omaha wish to Inform our roadors that thoy havo on hand at this tlmo thlrty-flvo oxcollont bargains In used pianos at prices from $50.00 to $200,00 as woll aB a big stock of now pianos and player pianos rang ing In prlco from $225.00 up. Anyone who la at all Interested would do woll to get Jn touch with thom at onco. 11-G A registered Porcheon Stallion for salo. Weight 1,900, has a life cortl flcato from the stato examining board. 9 years old, gontlo and woll broken to harness, a bargain If sold at onco. Phono 790F031 C. P. Howard. Do you havo t-polls of dlzzlnoss and ovorythlng turning black boforo tho eyes? Those arc Bymptoms of torpid llvor and a clogged condition of tho bowols. Tnko Prickly Ash Bitters and got rid of tho mlsory. It is tho right thing for. Buch dlsordors. Prlco $1,25 por bottlo. Rinckor'Book & DruK Co. Special Agont. Hogs, 18 Cents and Better XTSXHSVXSMJU. MJ!CVIXV!3S3!S522W3SBi No Time for Worms NOW is when nil your stock needs special attention, because the change from pasture to drjfcfeed is one of the most critical periods of the year. YOU can lose more pounds of summer gain through November neglect than you can get back all winter. KEEP up the good condition keep up the summer thrift keep out the worms. DR. HESS STOCK TONIC Drives Out the Worms. Mnkas Stock Healthy 2 5 -lb, pail costs $2.00 100-lb. drum costs 96.50 Why Pay the Peddler Twice This Price? Remember, we have no peddler's wagon and horse expenses to pay. That's why we can sell you Dr. Hess Slock Tonic at these rock-boUom prices. And, remember that you get your money back right here at this store if Dr. Hess Stock Tonic doesn't do all we claim for it. NOW IS THE TIME TO FEED DR. HESS POULTRY PAN A CE A ' It Will Start Your Pullets and Moulted liens to Laying. The 5lg2gi Drug Store. after tho ceremony Lieut, and Mrs, Brian left for Chicago. Archdeacon Bowkor and Mrs. Bowkor, o this dlty attended tho wedding. : :o. : Public Library Notes. Now shelving has beon placed along tho cast wall, nnd will be used for the magazlno section. Tho boys of tho Washington school have an oxhlblt of bird houses nt the library. Among tho recent additions aro the following war looks: Buchanan, Battlo of Sommo; Aldrlch, Hill Top on tho Marno, a story of unlquo Interest which will bo read years after tho war Is ended; Dowoy, Gorman Philosophy and Politics, glvos unprofessional roadors a succinct notion of the de volopmnt of classic Gorman phllos ophy from Kont to Hegnl; Billiard Diplomacy of tho Great War, contains tho Strugglo of a Generation, TI19 Now Elomonts of Diplomacy, Tho Liquidation of this war, and The Unit ,cd States and Europe. Tho now book by Maragarot Blatch containing 101 practical non-flqsh reclpos will be most usonil as It contains recipes for using mnizo, oats, barley and rlco. For Kent. C40 acros, 94 cents per acre, cash. All good farming or hay land;1 ICO acres in cultivation; gooa 4 room house, barn for 8 horses, now gralnery 24x30, wagon shed, good woll, 10 foot Sampson mill, chicken house, iement envo, 4 miles of wlro fonco. G miles north of Wnllaco on tho C. B. & Q. R. It., 12 miles south of Sutherland on tho U. P. R. R. School houso on east section lino. W. R. HARDING, Tlmmornmn Hotol, North Platto, Nob. ;o: : Tonight at tho Auditorium. Don't miss tho big doings at tho Franklin auditorium this evening. Do you like athletic sports? Do you; llko oxcuemoniy iso tnoro rrom seven- thirty till olovon and you will havo tho timo of your life. At Boven-tlilrty sharp Boventy-flvo uoys will march out on tho floor and glvo an exhibition of Swedish gymnas tic work. Then will follow In rapid succession stunts on tlio paraded bars. tumbling, high diving, dlstnnco diving anu otnor nair raising teats. Between thoso ovonts a track meet will bo hold and oxcltemont will run high as iha lads compote in races, Jumping nnd strength tests. Next tho Junior and Senior high Bciiooi gins win ciasn in a baskotball gamo that will bo worth tho prlco. pi admission nlono. Thoro is intenafe' rivalry between tho girls of tho two Bchoolsand as tho honors stand about oven, tho contost "will bo a good 0110. As a grand finale, tho North Platto boys will moot Lexington in baskotball. Tho boys havo boon Btoadlly Improving and Loxlngton will havo a hard tlmo to hang tho Indian sign on them. Tho prico for the entire overtime's ontor- talnmont will bo twenty-fivo conta for balcony seats and thirty-fivo conts for first floor accomodations. Evory seat commands a good view of tlo Btngo. Tho doors will oppn at sovon-flfteon. t'omo early and avoid tho rush r : :o: : Phono 247 for offlclont cab service day or nlght Tho ftirnituro for tho dining and lunch robm in tlio now defrot arrived yesterday. Tho fittings for tho radiators are still delayed, othcrwlso tho depot is ready for occupancy. I now havo catalogues from Fair bury Nursery for distribution to thoso wishing good stock at fair Prices. Phono Red 732, or address P. O. box G2G. R. McFarland, North Platte, Ne braska. 7-tf. Prof. Dcschamp, a sdciologlsC 'iicd character reader, who visited for a month or moro In town soyeral years ago, returned this week accompanied by his wlfo and will rerriaih a couplo of weeks. .:ot : Wanted. North Platto general agent for Guar-' dian Llfo lnsuranco Co, of America. Send reference to A. J. Grulko, Kearney, Neb. S-2 M. E. Church Notes. The Sunday school will open at 9:45 a. m. Let every person, be on time. At 11 a. m. morning worship. Tho theme will be:-"Tramp, Tramp, Tramp." Junior LeAgue 3 p. m. Mis- music. Tho theme will be: "Tho Home Field." An outside speaker will deliver tho address. A cordial welcome Is extended to all. : :o: : Jacks For Sale. ' Two Black Mammoth Jacks registered, ono G years old, weight 1150, one com ing 3 years old, weight 700. Both sound. Jacob Glonn, Gothenburg. Ne braska. 10-3 ::o:- The Trexlor children loft this morn ing for a visit with relatives In Greoloy, Col. Tho Men's Furnshlngs and Shoo De partments of Wilcox Department Store aro open for business at the old store. Marclo Overman, who has been em ployed in a bank at Casper, Wyo., ar rived last night to visit relatives vhilo onroiuito to Ft. Logan, whore ho has enlisted in tho quartermasters department. Last year 686 cars of hay, 220 cars of live stock, and sixteen cars of wheat wore shipped from the Mnxwel station. This wns a gain of 260 cars of hay and olghty-ono cars of stock over 1913, Early spring styles in millinery is being received almost every day. The Leador More. Co. For Rent. Improved farm of 1G0 acres 2V. miles from Keystone. Omaha Furn lturo & Carpet Co., 1211 Farnaui St., Omaha, Nobr. 9-12 BUY ANOTHER WAR SAVINGS STAMP FOR SALE at the REXALL Drug St ore Thoso wnntlng salo dntos let mo know soon, as I havo dntos mndo for Mnrcli. R. I. SHAPPELL AUCTIONEER. SUTHERLAND, fiEB. DOCTOR D. T. QUIQLEI . . Practice Llmitod to Surgery and Radium Therapy 728 City National Bank Building. Omaha, Nebraska. J. B. ItEDFIELD. PIIYSICLUS & SUBGEOfl Successor to Dra. Redfiold ft Rodfleld PHYSICIAN SURGEONS HOSPITAL Office Phone 642 Res. Phone 678 Dental Work In One Day. Foil Set o Teeth. - Any size bridge made and set. Nerve removed. GOLD INLAY made and set. All work guaranteed to be satisfactory. All instruments sterilized after each patient. DR. WALTER CROOK, DENTIST. Miss Anna Bostwick, Ass't. Mcdonald state bank bldg. PHONE 97. OF- IOO HIGH GRADE ANGUS CATTLE Warren Doolittle having responded to the call of his country, necessitating a dispersion of the Doolittle cattle a public sale will be held at the Doolittle farm 3 miles south and 2 miles west of North Platte, commencing at eleven o'clock sharp on ONDAY, MARCH 4th. 100 Head of High Grade Angus Cattle Consisting of 40 cows, 20 2 year old heifers, 6 coming 3 year old steers, 16 coming 2 year old steers, 25 calves; also 10 good milch cows. ITTlEADbF HORSES Team black geldings, 5 and 7 years old, team black marcs 5 and G years old, team black geldings, 4 years old, bay mare 7 years old, bay stud colt coming 2 years old, 6 year od mare and mule colt, team of roans 5 and G years old, weight 1300 lbs. each, black gelding 7 years old, bay mare ti years old. , , FARM MAOHINERY Two P. & O. two-row cultivators, 3- section harrow, 8 foot disc.fl two farm wagons, truck with hay rack, spring wagon, hay rack, two 6-foot mowers, 12-foot hay rake. Star sweep, Hoosier press drill, Hoosier 2-row corn drill, two Molinc listers, P. & O. 16-inch riding plow, Case 16 inch walking plow, 14-inch breaking plow, five sets of harness, grind stone. Also 5 dozen chickens, some house hold goods and other 'odds and ends. ALSO t NE OYOLAai) ALIOJiIOBILK. FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS -Sums under $20 cash, over that sum S months time at 10 per cent interest. T. E. Doolittle & Ruth J. OsgoodOwners. W. H. McDonald, Cleric. M. L. McClara, Auct. 5 . DR. J. S. TWINEM, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Physician, Surgeon, Obstetrician. X-Raj. For your comfort and accommodation The 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. AUTO LIVERY Sluco I httTO sold tlio parago am dolnp nuto livery from tho North Side Barn.. Day or Night. Telephone 29. Wo make a specialty of drlrcs to sales all OTer tho county at tho nto of Ato conts por mllo per person. Thoso irho haYO sales throughout tho country please let mo knoT. Also a few cars for sale. Night Call Bed C32. Julius Mogensen.