'Style Comfort 1 j
HARRY DIXON & SON.
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office over th McDonald
LOCAL AND fEBSONAL
Julius Forstedt has sold to Stovo
Cole the property at G21 west 15.
Dr. Morrill, Dentist.
Airs. Ella May Lanyon was called to
Kearnoy Friday by the death of her
Mrs. Duigono Crook returned Fri
day night from a week's stay in
Service Station is now open for
business. Corner Sixth and Looliist.
Wo have peonios and phlox. Plant
them now. North Platte Floral Co
Phone 1023. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Burke, of Cotton
wood, liavo gone to Excelsior Springs
for a month's stay.
For Rent Eight room house,
modern except heat. Inquire of Geo.
A. Austin, 417 East Fifth.
Walter Kocken spent yesterday in
Ogallala, going up to do some special
work on an automobile.
Those; wishing monumental work
for Decoration day should see W. T.
Alden at once. 22 4
Jap Lewis, of Gothenburg, has pur
chased the T. D. Ogdcn farm south of
Maxwell -for a consideration of $1G.000.
Wm. Story, one of the Lincoln coun
ty boys in service whoso homo is at
Maxwell, is employed at Pittsburg,
Pa., as an aeroplane rigger.
Will Owons, who for several months
past has been employed in the govern
ment shipyards at Norfolk. Va,, ar
rived homo Saturday to visit his
For Sale or Trade A gasoline
Inter-National Hay Baler, ono 1917
model Ford toujring car. 1 set of work
harness, No. 12 DeLavol cream separa
tor. Phono Black 87G.
The Maxwell Telepost reports that
word has been received that Elmer
Shanor, of Cottonwood precinct, has
arrived in France with a contingent
Eggs for Hatching Barred Ply
moth Uocks and Singlo Comb White
Leghorns. $1.00 per 15. $0.00 per 100.
Mrs. Charlos Damoler, Sutherland,
The repair department of tlio Ne
braska Rubber Works will remain at
51a Locust. We have an expert repair
man in charge and guarantee our
work. Phono 805.
Will Hawloy stated Saturday that
reports to tho contrary notwithstand
in, ho and J. H. Stone will open a
picture show in the room now occupied
by the Hendy-Ogier Co.
Plans fo the new residence which
Dr. Cresslor will erect on tho 200
block on west Fourth street are now
in tho hands of contractors and bids
will bo submitted shortly.
Jutlgo Woodhurst united in mar
riage Sunday Frank W. Snok and Miss
Charlotte Famoff, both of Elsie. The
couple wero acconpanled by Avelino
Counco and Miss Elsie Farnoff.
For Bran, Shorts, Corn, Corn Chop,
Oats, Spoltz, Screenings, Cotton Seed
Meal and Cotton Cake Oil Meal, Alfal.
fa Meal, etc., Call 99.
LEVPOLDT & PENNINGTON.
L. W. Kuskie of Brule was trans
acting business In Ogalalla Thursday
and while hero reported that he had
run down another coyote in his Ford
car. which Is the sixth one this win
ter. Ogalalla Tribune.
The Fred Waltemnth house on west
Third street is being moved to the
south part of the city preparatory to
tho erection of a modern two story
homo on tho site. Mr. Waltemath and
family aro occupying the house during
its transit to the new location.
You should writo or telephone at
once to A. HOSPE CO., of Omaha for
their list of used pianos and for their
catalogues of new high grade guar
anteed player piano ranging in price
from $395 up. They invite correspond
ence and comparison. 17-8
Tho complete Cleaning and Pressing
equipment of tho Reese Pantatorlum
Inquire C. S. Bonner. Sixth and Locust
Cotton seed Cake and Meal, Cane Seed, Alfalfa
and winter rape seed.
Blatchford's Calf and Pig Meal, Egg and Milk
Crushed, block and lump Rock Salt, sulphurized
block, granulated and Ice Cream Salt, Oyster Shell,
Chick Food, Baled Hay and Alfalfa Hay.
Alfalfa Meal, Shorts, Bran, Chop and Corn.
Also Apples at $1.25 per box.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Physician, Surgeon, Obstetrician. X-Ray.
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.
DON'T STOP FOR A MINUTE
as Boon as you docldo that your coal
is too near out for safety. Como
straight horo and leavo your ordor
for enough to roplenlsh you coal bin.
Delay -will probably mean forgetting
again and tho first thing you know
you'll havo no coal at all. What will
tho "MIbsIb" Bay to you then Ordor
now and oscapo a well merited lecture.
LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTON
I. 0. O. 1 to Initiate.
Thursday availing of this wodk, the
Odd Follows of UiIb city will confer
tho First ilogroa upon a cIhbb of candl.
dates from Farnnm, this state. The
visiting brolhors, along with candi
date, will nmka the trip by auto, nun
tho local order hero ban bmn notllled
to expect quite a bunch from there at
Arrangements have been madu to
glvu tho visitors a rocontlon aftor tho
closo of tho ritualistic work, and It is
doslrod that overy Odd Follow In Ihb
city avail hlmsolf of tho opportunity
by bolus prosent to help extend tho
hand of wolconio to tho visitors.
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.Mrs. .Mnriin I'nsscs Away.
Mrs. Bridget Alorun, a pioneer resi
dent of North l'latto, pasBod away
Saturday forenoon aftor an Illness of
sovoral months rosultltiK from organ
ic complications duo to advanced ago.
Tho ifunoral was huld from St.
Patrick's church yotorday forenoon.
Mrs. Moran canio to North l'latto
with her husband in 1S7G and had
since made this city her homo. Her
husband preceded her to the groat be
yond about twenty years ago.
Surviving aro three daughters and
due son, Mrs. Juno Lane of l'lttsburg,
Pa.. Mrs. Kate Turner of Holso, Ida.,
Mrs. Maggie Post of this city and W.
S. Moran of Garrett, Ind.
Wilt Illhsohe Partnership.
The firm of Dleiier and Fleishman
wilt dissolve partnership in Uia near
.future, but pen din the dissolution a
'.stock reducing sale wjll b held com-
mmu'iiiK TmintKiay or this weak.
Which of the partnors to rfllre will
be decided at the close of tile sale.
Fllllntr Station Open.
The Nebraska Rubber Works opened
Its new Sorvlce Station on the corner
of Sixth and Iwust street and is now
ready to supply your need In Gaso
line, Oils and Greases.
They also havo a complete line of
PorUigo and Micholln tiros and tubes.
Their aim Is to give you sovlce at
Tho repair department Will roinaln
In lt present location, 518 Locust.
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Liberty Loan Cards.
( F. Temple, county chairman of
tho Third Liberty lonn. has sont out
to every voter in tho county a letter
In which ho urges the necessity of
purchasing bonds. Accompanying Uia
letter is a card which it is reii'uustod
be filled out and returned to Mr.
Temple1. This enrd is to bear tho
writer's naino and address, whethor
married or single, tho real estate and
personal property he owns, his oatlr
mated income, and tho nniount of
money ho has contributed to war
activities, how many, If any, of tho
flrst and second Issues or bonds ho
If tho party who recolvos a card
falls to rospond, he Is likely to re
ceive another letter from Chalrninn
Tomplo which ho may not enjoy and
In which ho will bo cited to appear
before tho Council of Defense.
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The First Degree of Oddfellowshlp
will be conferred Thursday evening
of this week.
J. GUV SWOl'K, Sec'y.
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Iiiuy Taken into the Church.
Faster was a big, bright and glad
some day at the Presbytelan church.
Tho services were attended both
morning and evoning by very largo
congregations, the Sunday school
nuiubored 200, tho music splendid and
At the morning service tweilty-four
wero received into tho church, nnd
twelve adults and three children
baptized. Ono of the musical features
of this service was a solo by Mr. Hol
land. In tho evening '.The Risen King"
was rendered by the choir under tho
direction of Mrs. Gllfoyl and was well
recolved by a large congregation! Aft
this service Mrs. Holland contributed
a violin solo.
Tho class taken Into the church
Sunday makes a total of sixty-four
slnco November 10th last, the date on
which Dr. Curry assumed the pastor
ate certainly a good showing.
XOTKD FOOT KPHClALlST
AT McCAlSE HOTEL.
Professor C. A. Morton, of Pueblo,
Col , Is making a tour of western Ne
braska and will be at the McCabo
Hotel Wednesday afternoon and
Thursday of this week, April ltd and
Thoso who have any foot troubles
whatever should not miss this oppor
tunity to consult this eminent foot
specialist. No matter what your
rouble may .be. corns, bunions or
broken arches Professor Morton can
give you porinanent rollof. Call or
phone early for 'appointment.
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Miss Ruth Davidson spent Sunday
with friends In Sutherland.
Sadie K. Martin, and Martin her
husband, real name unknown, Walter
H. Wood. Blanche Wood his wife.
Eliza E. Phiney and Frank Phinney
hor husband, Elsie McMurtry and I. S.
McMurtry her husband real name un
known and all heirs, dovisees, legatees
and personal representatives of Henry
F. Price, deceased, and all other per
sons interested in his estate; all heirs,
devisees, legatees and porsonal rep
resentatives of either of tho above
named defendants If elthor of them be
not nllvo at this tinio, and all other
persons interested in tho estates of
any nnd all persons herein named,
defendants, will take notlco that on
tho 30th day of March 1018. George A.
Hammond, iplaintlff herein (lied his
potltion in tho District Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska, tho object nnd
prayor of which, aro to romoyo certain
clouds, and quiet tho tltlo of plaln
tlc In and to tho South East Quarter of
Section 10, In Township 1G, Rango 28,
In Lincoln County, Nebraska.
You and oach of you aro required
to answer said petition on or beforo
tho 13th day of May. 1918.
Dated this 1st day of April 1918.
GEORGE A. HAMMOND.
Hoagland & Hoagland, His Attorneys.
All Kinds of Hemstitching Done.
Singer Sowing Machine Co.
H lllock north of Post Office.
North Platte, Nebraska.
PLATTE VALLEY MOUNMENTAL
Granite nnd marble IiciulBtonos. Tho
only shop In tho city. Equipped with
pneumatic mnchlncry. Lettering neat
ly done. AH work guaranteed.
WOODOATE & AHEHNATIIY,
Corner 7th nnd Locust, North Pntte.
WIENER & KENNEDY
Ileal Estate, Fire, Tornado and Hall
Insruance, Special Agents Globe
Life Insurance Company.
Cornor Front and Dowey Sts., Upstairs
Phono Red 572. North Platte, Neb.
Siindny (olf Scores.
Athur Rush curried uwny tho per
simmons at the golf links Sunday by a
scoro of flfty-rour, with Frank Mur
ray n closo second with llfty-slx
Arthur Pltimer and Charley Whelan,
whoao ngos aro beginning to toll on
their activities, lagged In Uio roar, tho
former making a score of slxty-soven
and the latter sevonty-threo, Plumer
and Whelan are now fourth class men,
while Murray goes Into class one with
Rush, Freed and several othors who
play a good game.
Cano, Millet. Seed Wheat, Sood Oats,
Speltz, Alfalfa and Sweet Clover
Seed. Supply or all thoso vorv limited--Got
LEYPOLDT fc PENNINGTON. 2
Restrict Sending Parcels.
Tho postmaster general has Issued
the following ordor:
"On and after April 1. 1918. parcels
Tor members and Individuals connect
ed with the American Expeditionary
force in Europe shall not be nccopted
for moiling or dlspntchod unloss thov
contain nrllclftH nnlv nH hnlnp- until nf
the written request of the addrossees,
aproved bv bis rnirlnipiitnl nr lilirlmr
coinmnnder'or an executlvo officer of
the organizaUon with which ho is
Liberty ICoiul Meetings.
J. T. Keofo. who has chnrgo of the
four-minute sponkors in tho third
Liberty bond caniaign will make a
tour or the county towns and hold
pntrlotlc meotlmrs, taking with him
vocalists who will Pi-rulsli music. The
first of these meetings was held at
Wpllfloot Saturday evening, and the
singers who accompanied him wero
Miss Sadie Trovillo. Miss Mildred
IVhlto nnd Paul Harrington, esch a
locnl Hlar. The party was accompanied
bv Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plelsllckor and
Miss Ida Ottonsteln. The meeting wns
well attended and tho addresses wero
mndo by Mr. ICeefe and Mr. Piel-stlcker.
' The First Degree nf OddfollowsJiln
win in coqierred Thursday evening
Of this week.
.T fipv swnii. '
"Looks Like Rain this MornlnV
"Y-e-s but I think It's mount for
..S-n-y, yon man with tho wry face
Don't blame the wife. Don't blame
the coffee. Don't blame the pot. They
can't help it!
..Good coffee always six cups for lc
worth of current. It's worth it. Tho
cheapest coffee In n good Electric
Percolator will make u better brew
than the best you can buy In an old
Pot luck I Yes but get u good pot
nnd Inne good luck.
NORTH PLATTE LIGHT
8c POWER CO.
Willi make I
days at the
at my farm
ho season of 1918 as fol-
ThiiMluys and Satur
.Mogeiisen Feed and Sale
Platte, Neb., beginning
the week, except Sunday,
six miles west of North
three-fourths of u mile
Hratt, Goodman and Buckley the
latter part of Imi wok sqtti ill fctvfn
Quanta hou on South walnut and
South Chaatnitt, five of Uiem being toltl
In on day. tft the last (IVe aoRl wHJitfr
Adklng purchaHl two, J. Jj. AtlKtris
one, ami Mr. and Mrs. DnniIarrfcx
ton two. , - n
Joe Souder apAit th lattei part of
lust week In Omahn, going there to
look arter driving out several Fultoii
r T WLf1h:i u.i- ,t -r ited Saturday
by I'hlui' Jonro en ni' char no of ex
ceeding the vpro.i lmi;t while driving
down Imwey. II va Ited to appear
IrMbre Judge Sutli'nn yesterday and
tnoft rnntliiuam until tomorrow.
Cftnrley will conduct his own defense,
and Ills acrunient promisee to lie em
phatic n.i vll as oratorical.
Min M. Sttjinnn. team bnths and
1 Swedish 'Massage. Indies and gsntlo
' tmn. Phone RD7 Urodbeck bldg. Sr.tf
NAHOU was foalod May 24, 1913,
and Imported wuth 'hm mother by
North & Robinson, of Grand Island,
In July, 1913. Was bred by M. Dos
prez, Department of Orno, In Franco,
This horso weighs 1780, is clean and
sound in every particular, and is as
good as you will find anywhoro.
"Wo Invito you to como and seo this
. TERMS- S15.00 to Insure colt to
stand und suck. If marcs uro dls
posed of or leavo tho country sorvlco
reo becomes duo and payable at onco,
Caro -will bo taken to prevent nccl
donbi, but should any occur Btalllon
owner will not bo rspoiiBlblo.
mrs Cal Stewart;
THE AUTHOR AND MAKER
6 IjEcfe Josh"
AND WHO IS ALSO THE DEAN OF
THE PHONOGRAPH ARTISTS
A man who has made
The Whole World Laugh
and whose name is n household word will ap
pear in person with his company of high class
, Apr0 8
Prices; 25c, 50c and 75c PLUS WAR TAX
See Him there and Hear his Records at the
Rincker Book & Drug Store
Beforo buying a car bo sure to see me as 1 have a number
of cars almost as good as new, which I will sell at a
bargain. These cars are not old broken down junk, but
cars which will stand close inspection and will save you
money. Would be pleased to havo you call and see theso1
A. M. BLUME
FIRST CLASS CAR PAINTING. 818 North Locust St.
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