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Christraas 20 Days Earlier.
It is Now Time to Shop. By government orders, shipment of Christmas gifts otit of town should be made before December 5th. That makes Christmas almost three weeks early for many of your gifts. For the boys in France, you must purchase much earlier. These presents must be sent by November 15th. This store is ready with a plentiful supply of appropri ate Christmas presents, if you are not ready to complete the purchase now, you can have any article put aside for you by making a small deposit. WATCH BS. The gift of a watch is more appropriate than ever this year. With the many extra duties everyone has, it is ex tremely important that no time be wasted. The accurate watch is the chief factor in making every minute count to the utmost. Bit A C i: LET WA TCI I ES Beautiful, round and odd shapes, in solid gold and filled gold cases. The best Swiss and American movements $12.50 to $40.00. A special value in a small movement, in a 20 year case '$10.50. 311 LI TA III' WATCHES Dependable timepieces, the best American makes. Both plain and illuminatd dials. Unbreakable, non-explosive crystals. Wrist watches will be packed for safe shipment through the mail, if you so desire. 3rEN'S WATCHES A splendid stock to select from, at a time when the de mand is great, and factory production seriously curtailed because of war work. Standard American movements, with the best made cases, carefully tested after casing. $7.50 to $75.00 C. S. Clinton Graduate Optician At the Sign with the Big Ring. DR. 0. H. CRESSLER, Graduate Dtndst Office over the McDonald Stata Bank. X0CAL AX1) PERSONAL P. T. Redmond returned Wednes day morning from a brlei'vislt In Den ver. . For quick action and atifactorj tale Hit jour land with riioelecke. tf Harry Ulnkley and family moved thin week to the A. U. Hoagland resi dence on west Fourth which ho leased as furnished. Stop that cough now Blkoy's Vhlte I'lne, Tar and Wild Chorry Cough" Kvrun St,1 at TOP! I1WVAT.T. STnt?IrK .Relatives In town have recolveI word that John Gleeson, who left as a njember of Company E, has arrived safely over seas. For Ilont Furnlahod rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire at 310 west Eighth street. 83-2 P o i TtMM. Hagrty has pti rebated of Frank Lr-ter tie residence property at 12 west fvghth. He will take po H"elon next week. Wanted to buy section sand hifl land. Will trade some horses and mules on the same as part payment. Address Rt. A. Box 34. A train of artillery men enroute east passed through Wednosday noon and wore served with cofree and sand witches at the Red Uross canteen. Sjtaunia, the celebrated Japanese china In sets, six tea plates, six cups ami saucers, sugar, cream and teapot 5lfj00. Clinton, the Jeweler, 81-2 Earllng Qualley, of this city, has received a 'card entitling him tp In duction in the students' training class atCotner unirerslty at Lincoln. - For Sale E4 SE4 of Section 22 and W&-SW4 23-10-33. Address E. VRTERBURN, 2613 Washington St., Lincoln, Nebr. 81-2 Donald McFarland has received notice of his Induction Into the tank corjw ,bnr',ee. He hag been ordered to report at Camp Po:x, Raleigh, X. C. For Farm Loans see dene Crook. Room west of Vienna Cafe. 1Lb 1 Ihi EE FEEDS FREELY IN FREEZING WEATHER NO MATTER if the road is obstructed with ice and snow, your car has the energy to plough through, if Polarine is keeping every moving part friction-free, every cylinder clean. Polarine feeds freely in cold weather. It is non-congealing, non-carbonizing; free from grit and acid. Polarine is made at zero temperature. It is ac climated to freezing weather, yet il withstands intense engine heat. Fill your crankcase with Polarine, and watch the car respond. Look for the sign. qjp Red Crown Gasoline is the most economical cold weather fuel. At every good garage and service station. STANDARD OIL COMPANY imtuKAaKAj OMAHA tut t- 1 It. C. Lanrford. .am! family J taken pOMesdm of the Mrs. M. E. Watts rsMHee for the winter, mak ing this more in order to oasr.e coal in boating. . -r . Stop that cowgh bow Elkoyg White I'lne, Tar and Wild Ckwry Coorh Symp. Sold at THE REXALL STOKE The orfck work on' the Palace Heel has been completed, the rooms re being parrlttofled on the Second ar-d third floors and the tin roof is be.ng laid. , .1 fen exceptional bargains In scr oll hand KoraV Hendy fc Ogler Auto Co. Daring the Bt week we have !.ad iiuy-nine one hundredths of an ItkIi of motetore. enougn to soak the ground well and help along the foil wheat. For Sale Three heed of cwg and a 2 year old roan animal. Phone 7SJF051 . Lost Wednesday night between 'he Platte Valley Bank and S21 west 2nd street, Ten dollar bill, all folded up. Finder leave at this office and reoiTe reward. Dr Brock, Dentist, over Stone Drag Store. tf Clarence If. Magulnees, youngest son of E. B. Maguinnos formerly of this city, died in Omaha October 16th of pneumonia following an attack of jnilttenza . China Dinner Sets We have put in a tine line of China Dinner Sots and will sU by the set or single dozen. CLINTON, the Jeweler. M-2 -Vorlli IMatfe, Nelir., Nov. 1st, 191$. All Fourth Liberty Losui Bonds Mill-scrllM-d for throutrh this bank are now ready for.delbery to subscribers. FIRST XATIOXAL BANK. For Sale Sweet Clover seed (white blossom) 2fic and 30c per pound. Write for sample. L. C. MILLET, Grand Island, Neb. 84-3 Postmaster McEvoy has been in structed to file claims for exemption from war service for those of the post- office employees who are employed as mall carriers. A few popular size Cord tires In stock now. If you need any better get thorn now. ROMIGH GARAGE. Eugene Dolatour, son of S. P. Dela tour of Lewellen, and well known In North Platte, died at St. Regis hos pital In Omaha Wednesday morning of pneumonia following an attack of In fluenza. For Rent The Ritncr Hotel ,in North Platte; forty-five rooms.1 Ad dress W. C. RItnr, North Platte. Bert Barber, who made application for' Induction into the aviation corps, loft last night for Kolly field, Texas. Ho asked for a re-classification in order that he might go ahead of a pos sible call. The Government says buy usoful Christmas presents, a set of China would make a useful and very ac ceptable present, CLINTON, the Jeweler. S4-2 MOTOR OILS KOI' fll&VELL. TELLS 6r' ", ILUl!lMhll'fi I.V Kia.NCHi Sorgt. Roy F. Bunnell, of the list Engineer, writing from Rennes, France, says: "Vel, Mr. Bare, I have seen a lot of country since I left dear old North Platte, and I am now more than ever convinced that she stands at the top of the list. I cortainly will I be glad when I get back home. France nowever, is a great country hilly and rough. They have a good double- track railroad, but the motive power is very poor. The engines have no cabs, Just a windshield in front of the need to be mado on account of ex engineer and ag here are no seats, omptlon and inductions, but with the engineer stands ap all the time, these exceptions the ninety-three beys The cars are small about one-third will loave for San Diego week after the size of those on the Union Pacific, next. We get all the oil we want for our engine, but coal is very scarce anil costs eighty dollars a ton. Small trains are handled so that good time can be made, and we never fall to make theschedule time. The French don't seem to understand how we can make the running time we do. Rail roading in this country is where it was in the United States thirty or :nore years ago. At this date. October 15th, things look good, and we may be home toon or than we expected. Give my best regards to all my friends." ::::- Ship Fruit Pits and Shells. Three barrels of fruit pits and nut shells were shipped out by the col lecting committee last week and two more barrels will be shipped this week. Thse pits and shells are used by the federal government In produc ing carbon which when placed in res- pirators save the lives of our sol dkrs by absorbing German poisonous elected to the supreme bench of Ne gasea. It may seem trivial for you to braska. save a hand full of pits or shells, but ::o:: If each household In North Platte con-! The Suffrage Amendment, tribute a hand full the aggregate be- County Council or Defense, North com ess great. All over the country ' Platte. Nebraska. November 1st, 191S. thes pits and shells are being saved, To tn Voters of Lincoln County: and as a result thousands of barrels j The most Important question that of them are being converted into car- comes before the voters at this elec bcn. Do your bit. I tlon is the proposed amendment of " ' j the State Constitution of the section Austrlnns Suffer Frightful Loss. relating to suffrage. The Austrian retreat under pres-l Under the present constitution the sure by the Italians and their allies foreign born emigrant may vote and northeast of the Plave river has taken hold office if he has been a resident on the appearance of a rout at several pclnts. The fighting is fast and ter rific and the Austrian losses are as suming apalllng proportions. It is estimated that up to Wednesday night 25,000 prisoners have beon bagged by the allies, while the killed and injured is more than double this number. The Italians are now fully ten miles east of the Plave, the greatest prog - ress being maae east of the Monticano river. Austrian prisoners taken were In ignorance that Uieir country and Germany had asked for peace. ::o: Turkey 1VIU Open Dardanelles. r'T' . " Accoruins l" A ntna. An m, St,. O f 1 f I a Constantinople dispatch, reports are current that Turkey, under the peace negotiations has invited the allied fleet to enter the Dardanelles. Troops aro not to be landed, It Is said, with the exception of a small detachment to supervise the demohillzatfon ofthT Ottoman army. ' Constantinople newspaper.' Ikdam, on Sunday printed a statement key had commenced official peace ne gotlatlons with the entente, adding that delegates already had left tho Turkish capital. In other quarters In Constantinople, however, it is declar ed tho negotiations are unofficial. H COLD WEATHER IS HERE fj I . Try a Winter Top Wc lr;em 1 Il HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO., Ford Agency I USE BLACKLEGOIDS TO VACCINATE AGAINST BLACKLEG siMrLC :: SAFE :: EFFECTIVE Nodosa to maatur. No liquid to apllL No atrlnt ta rf Simply . Ilttl. pill to b. InJ.ctad under tho akin Writ, lac t r llookku on "niackkg and How to l'nvent If an am nam fob Stone's Drug Store. DRAFT CALL EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER Hill TO l.'ilh. Ninety-three Lincoln county boys j who were called to leave for Camp ' Kearney, Cal., last month, but which nil was suspended by reason of tho prevalence of the Influensa, will leave i Or that tamp within a five-day period j beginning November 11th. The drder re-Instating tho call was received at Lincoln from Washington Wednesday and from Lincoln It was sent out to the local boards yosterday. A couple of changes fn the list of mn ..iftotf.il ami as mihllahad will Wllcox Endorses Judge Letton. Mr. Editor: There will appear on the ballot next Tuesday the names of six candidates for supreme Judge, each voter Is ox pected to vote for three. By reason of the fact that Judge Perry is known to so many of the vo ters that he lives in Westorn Nebras ka, and is so well qualified it is con ceded that a very large proportion of the votos will be cast for him. I want to say a word for Judge Letton, who is also a candidate and who I trust will also receive a large vote. Judge Letton has lived in Nebraska ever since It has been a state. He was a lawyer for many years at Fairbury, Nebraska; was the district judge for sevoral years In that district, and has been on the supreme bench of Ne braska for ten years. Judge Letton is an able, honest and a vory conscien tious Judge, and no better man can be or tne state six months before the election and has declared his inten- tions of becoming a citizen ef the United States 30 days before the elec- tion. Under this provision 'of the state constitution the foreigner is permitt ed to vote and hold office and make laws under which wi Ilvn ami vol iio ' tain his citizenship in the country of his birth, and in the nresent ir claim exemption on the ground that he Is an alien. The proposed amendment to be voted on at this election denies the!and City Chairman. right of suffrage to any person who is not a fully naturalized citizen of the United States or native born. Be sure and cast your vote for this Plain white, greys and fancies on sale amendment and nut a ston tn nlinninf top i.uinpn icr io. enemies voting and holding office in tnis 8tate. JafPactrully, ,m VAt't n.,n, .. . " China plates, all sizes, tea cms and saucers, oatmeal dishes, soup plates, tore Cimnr owi rt rtt nUnlm.n I 1 , ats JewSer CLINTON, The S4"- Stop that cough now Elkoy's White Pine. Tar and "Wild Chorry Cough oj.uu. ou.u m xnc ncvAUL, sTUKKi sale BY 3 Days Only x Friday, Nov. 1 Saturday, Nov. 2 Monday, Nov. 4 SPECIAL. This $12.00 Ladies' Grey, Kid Boot turn sole, Louis XV covered heel, regular $12, for these days only at th Expreslon of Thanks. We desire to thank each and every person, whether they be a chairman, committee man, banker, Home Guard, pastor, newspaper man, four minute I men or in Ia-very man, woman and J Boy Scout who helped and assisted us in putting the 4th Liberty LoSn over with tho good margin of $156,000. Your work was a worthy one, you did flue and we shall expect to call on you again if needed. We remain 'ours or anything Uncle Sam wants swqo, Respectfully, C. F. TEMPLE, County Chairman. J. E. SEBASTIAN, Deputy .County Now is the right time to lav in vour i winter supply of outinc flannels. 20c, 25c, 27c and up.' Big line to I , ' , ' ' . 1 "P' B'g 1Ine I " ::0:: ! A T " " . l.,!" "r '"T. 1 Z I , . , . i llft1 and from then on until further 'oraeri one may bo to church, picture shows or even political meetings without fear of getting in bad with the authorities. Local authorities of ritieJ nnd towns still have the power to, con tinue the ban if they decide that tho public health demands it. This is the ruling of the state hoard of health and means that things will be as they were before the order was made. :o: No have cash customers for well located five and six room cottasres anil lMingtiltnis. If yon wish (o ninke MTTnS)St W"h mTCIIA'A : :o: :- . A Word for Orant Martin. , Nearly every man can recall somo one who was good to them when they wero boys. Honorable Grant Martin, one of the candidates for tho Supremo , bench was good to me. I have knqwn jl'.m and his people for nearly J'forty pars. His record is clean. He comes from good stock and his qualifications 're such that the voters of Nebraska take no chances in supporting him at the polls next Tuesday. His four years as Deputy Attorney General and (four years as Attorney Goneral ns well as his present hosltlon as one of the Commission of the Supreme Court qualifies him without question. I most earnestly nsV tim j Lincoln county to"support Grant Mar- nr. os ono of the threo members of the Supremo court to ho selected. Yours for unconditional surrender. B. S. DAVIS. Rexall Cold Tablets. A safe nnd r-- lFVTrTnny,V So,(l only at mK KLXALL DRUG STOItB. r. W. Jergonson told his ranch euutli of town Tlirsdny to a gentle- fonn b' lh nnm 0f Doet8' T1,ore W""1 1-00 acres Including school land. He Klves possession March 1. Maxwell Telcpost, Itexall Grip Pllla-Prevcnts roldi ana, La C.rlppo. Tlio REXALL STORE Shoe Market.