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more "pep," more power, built by the the oldest Service to Auto Owners in America. Sparkling diamonds Tlio brilliance you ho mlmlro in n diamond from CHnion'H is duo to the fine color excellent material unit per fect cuttiiiij of llto stone.. It Is n dia mond that lias passed a rigid, expert examination of oacli point tliat makes It valuable and desirable to own. It is a pnrcliasc of life-time satisfaction. CLINTON, Jeweler ami OPTICIAN. At the Sign of the Big King. YbaLhave important work which yotir car helps you to do quick : ly, Ail ol us have. Every minute of your time counts. ; Ydur:;:ar.f Ice jit in ,;prime condition can save you hours and days of valuable time. Avoid delays arising $ frm battery troubles. i. hen you need a new battery, we know you will want the PREST OflicialService Station McDonald Bank Building, Phone 317 Get rid of snow glare Jicllectlon from snow, and other bright light, which arc hard on the eyes enn be done away with by wear ing tinted lenses These need not bo conspicuous, for in the lighter shades they appear to bo ordinary optical glass.. Vision is not dimmed, but made sharper, for only the mm-Illuminating rays are filtered out. Come Into Clinton's and let us demfonstrate modern tinted lenses. C. S. CLINTON, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. At the Sign of the nig King. ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Efflo AlcKinley, of York, haB been the guest of hor sister, Mrs. Geo X. Gibbs this week. ItYir .finliv 17001111111? limine, full of steady roomers, inquire at mis oi- flco. ' . 25-2 Simon Bros display considerable in gonulty In tho representation of an auto truck which they display in their window. Miss Essie Wcssburg has resumed her duties In tho county Judge's of fice after a four weeks' slego of the flu. Hall Insurance on Growing Crops in best companies., woounurst's msur ance Agency, ltoom 8, Iteynolds build lng, Mrs. Kelso, Manager St 20-4 North Platto friends of "Jack' Shields will bo interested In knowllng that ho Is now holding u position with tho First National Bank at Clmdron. Rugs nnd furnlturo for sale. Phono 257 or call at 714 west Fourth street. "A Porfcct Lady" will bo seen at tho Crystal theatre Saturday and Monday, There will doubtless bo a number of porfcct ladles in ho theatre at that umo out tno ono wo roror 10 win uo on tho screen Madgo Kennedy. Tho agency for tho E. J. Reefer chicken remedies Ready Relief, Moro Eggs, otc. Iiub boon taken over by Mrs. J. 0. Itaynor, 408 cast 11th. Pnono Black 1132. 25-3 Tho condition of Judge Woodhurst. who hua been at tho Genoral Hospital for a week past, Is reported to bo somewhat Improved. Judge Wood hurst 1b suffering from a threatened nervous breakdown. White- Leghorn eggs for salo. In oubator lots at $0.00 per 100. Inqulro at Rodgors harness shop.- 24-C Tho Sammy Girls havo a booth at tho auto show and aro offorlng coffee and sandwlchos to tho public In an offort to raise monoy enough to con- tlnuo supplying doughnuts to tho Canteen. Wanted To trade, 1G touring body, good aa now, for Ford roadstor body. Call Ritnor Hotol, for II. Trlbby. Cecil Worloy returned TUosday from Kcarnoy whoro ho had been nacklnu his household trnnrlR nrnnnr- atory to moving to North Platto. Mr. Worloy rocontly purchased tho Frcd- nenson uoubo on west soconu street. Dr. II. C. Brock. Dentist. X-Ray Diagnosis. Reynolds Bldg, Phono 148 Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Stuart returned Wednosday from Lono Rock, la., where thoy had boon visiting tholr son's wifo, Mrs. Frank Stuart, and tho now granddaughter. Lt. SJunrt 1b still In Franco with tho army of occupa tion. For clean up-to-dato grocorlos go to Dick ' Stegemnnn's store, 815 north Locust stroot. Phono 212. 25-2 Lt. Wv. Cody Boal landed at Camp Dovons at Boston Tuesday aftor al most n year In sorvlco ovorsoas and immediately got Mrs. Boal on tho phono. Lt. Boal, who was with tho army of occupation In Gormany, was transferred and sont back as a casual oITIcor. Hp oxpocts to bo sont to Camp Dlx nnd thou to Cnmp Dodgo to rocolvo his discharge For Trndo- 10 Acres land and town lot In Lako View. Oroeon. for imtn. moblln. Addross 2 South Maplo stroot, North Platto. tflO A surprlso party was given by tho rosldenta of tho Grncoland addition last Tuesday, tho occasion bolng the slxtoenth wedding nnnlvorsary of M and Mrs. A. E. Rlshol. Aftor n pleasant ovonlng a delicious supper was aorved. Tho couplo woro prosontod with tlowors as tokons of tho lovo and os teein in which thoy nro hold by tholr neighbors. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rlshol doclaro tho ovonlng to havo boon tho most pleasant ono of tholr llvos. For Sale Vacant lot nnd garage at G20 west 11th. Apply at tho prem ises. 22-4 I Auto Welcome MAKE THIS STORE YOIK 1 1 E AD Q rARTERS t Meet your Friends at North Platte's Only Exclusive Worn- ! en's Shop. AND TO I Lady Visitors, atako your selves at home at our Rest Hoom, mho our Phone, Writing Desks, Lavatory, Cheek your .. Ladies' Outfitting Stoiej All the World is Buying New Clothes this Spring The First Victory Easter will see Everybody Dressed up; you san feel sure that your Coat, Suit, Dolman or Cape is fashionable in the Ex treme, if you purchased it where you are sure to find Just the Style to suit your figure. From our varied assortment, you are positive to find many models Designed Es pecially for you. Tho Creators of styles built models for the Tall and Short, tho Stout and Slender. Como in and try them on. See how De coming and Attractive our Garments are, and last but not least, Moderately Priced. SUITS The very Smartest Models in the Russian Blouse, the Semi-Box with Belt, the Strictly Straight Lines and Plain Tailored Suits aire here at $22.75, $25.00, $80.00, $35.00 and Up. CAPES Cape-Coats and Dolmans' in all the distinctive features of Spring Fash ions a Variety of Models that have brought Together all that is best and n west lt $19.75, $25.00, $29.75, $35.00 and Up. DRESSES Our selection of Dresses in both Silk and Georgette are very exclu sive. The Prettiest Styles, every Fa vored Color and Fabric, will be Found in our assortments. $19.50, $24.50, $37.50 and Up. LIBERTY BONDS ACCEPTED AT FULL MARKET VAL UE IN PAYMENT OF ANY PURClUSE L O C LADIES' OUTFITTING STORE North Platte and Columbus LIBERTY BONDS ACCEPTED AT FULL MARKET VAL UE IN PAYMENT OF ' ANY PURCHASE SOLDIER HOI'S IN I'ltAN'CE AllH GIVEN SCHOOL IMtlVILECES Writing from Bcauno, Franco, to hla parents, Clarence Jones In part says: Well I am now back In Franco and am attending a university. Wo are, lo cated at Beauno, near Dijon. This Is a very nlco place and tho weather Is springlike. I am taking a month's courso In typewriting and book-keeping. Any tlmo after April 1st wo can go back to our outfits, but I don't think wo will go- for several months. Wo havo an hour's drill ovory day, but that only gives us a little exor cise. Tho plnco wo aro in was at ono time a hospital. It is n very largo building nnd accommodates' 30,000 of tho soldier boys. Hal Carr Is here with mo. I havo seen a good many of the old division men back hero. Tho talk now Is of filling the divisions with enlisted mon. If thoy do this wo will be re lieved all tho sooner. I hope so, for T n m niivlnnn to crftt homo. Wo aro located a days' rldo from Switzerland, nnd ono thing that pleas es us that wo got oggs, fruit and fancy eatables which wc could not get while stationed In Germany. I oxpect to stay hero at least threo months. Wo havo good beds and plenty to cat. Tho French girls are certainly somo contrast to tho averago German girl In Intolligcnco and looks, but tho Amorlcan girls havo them all beat for both. Tho Rod Cross gives picture shows, but tho building is so crowd ed thnt lt is hard to gain ontranco. In tho school horo thoro nro two pro fessors from tho Nebraska university, vcrslty. ::o:: STOP, THINK AND LISTEN Wo write Tornado Insurance on Fiirnt mid CHy Properly nt lowest rates. Don't neglect It like you do your heallli, but call tho doctor now. Wood liu rst's Ins. Agency, ltoom 8, Reynolds llullding, Jlrs. Kelso, Man ager. N 2(1-1 ::o:: A Iteal April Storm. Wo gonorally oxpoct n snow storm In April, In fact thoro havo been fow Aprils In which wo havo not had more or loss snow, but wo hardly expected to havo Buoh a storm as wo had Wed nosday afternoon, whon tho snow con tlnuod to fall for sovornl hours, and driven by a strong wind drifted bad ly. Durlug Uio storm probably four Inchos of snow foil, part of which molted as it fell but enough ro malned to cover tho ground to a depth of moro than two Inchos. Wed nosday night tho tomporaturo dropped bolow tho froozlng point: With a bright sun nppoarlng yostordny morn ing, tho snow bogan disappearing. Bad roads will confront us for the noxt fow days. -::o::- ron SALE 10 aero homo at west end of Second street. Phone Black 1123, P. O. Box 175. 25tf Increase Salary of Pastors. Tho Lutheran congregation has raised, the 'salary of Row Franklin Koch $500 a year, and tho Baptist peo ple havo given Rev. A. C. Hull an in crease of $300 a year. These in creases ovldence several things. One Is that the congregations appreciate the good work of their ministers, an other is that tho churches are in a prosperous condition dse tho increas es could not have been made, a third is that tho congregations aro giving moro freely than over before, and again the church members are be ginning to rcallzo that ministers have been underpaid, and lastly business methods aro being applied to tho con duction of churches. ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. B. B. Boatman left this morning for a visit with friends In Peoria, 111. Mrs. C. P. Earlmrt, who had been visiting friends In town, returned to Cozad this morning. ::o:: STRONG SENSE OF HONESTY Of Course It Was That, and No Other Reason, Which CauGed Vol unteered Action. Loton Horton, the milk magnate, was tnlkln'g about tho terrific New York milk strike. "Oh, well," he said, apropos of an opponent's honesty "oh, well, we're all honest when It pnys to be. We're all more or less like the volunteer." "The volunteer?" said the reporter. "It's a story," Mr. Horton explnlned. "A movlo nctross, the prettiest movie nctress In Los Angeles, wao conduct ing n recruiting cnmpnlgn at n baznr, and sho guaranteed to kiss every young mnn who would volunteer to light for Uncle Snm. "Well, there wore lots of volunteers, of course, nnd the actress permitted each of thorn to kiss her, and they did so, while the crowd laughed and ap plauded, In a polite, gentlemanly man ner. '"But one volunteer seemed to lose his head. IIo threw his arms about the lovely actress und kissed her with such abandon that sho was almost suffocated, and had to push him away. Tos, sho pushed him away, her eyes blazing, but ho stalked off to the re cruiting office without n word of apol ogy. "An hour Intor the follow dashed Into the hall again, seized the nctress once moro In his arms, and pressed his Hps to hors In n kiss moro passion ate than before. Again sho pushed him oft. " Tou fresh chump,' sho hissed, 'what do you monn? You had your kiss tin hour ngol' '"But tho rocruttlng ofllco turned mo down,' he said, 'and so, like an honest mnn, I had to give It back to you, didn't I?' " Carl Swanson nnd Hans Sack of Gothenburg, attended the auto show yesterday. The Mothers' Club met yesterday af ternoon at the homo of Mrs. PM. Sorensen. For Rent The Besack Barn. Call 51G east Fifth. Mrs. George Voselpka returned Wed nesday from Grand Island where she had been visiting for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Friend came up from Grand Island Wednesday to visit friends and attend North Platte's first auto show". Miss M. Sleman, steam baths and Swedish Massage, ladles and gentle men. Phono 897. Erodbeck bldg. 85tf The only Inmate of tho county Jail Is M. L. Bailey, who is held on the ohargo of selling mortgaged property. He will havo a hearing within tho next few days. For Sale Davenport and bed. 10C south Locust. Phono Black 492. 25-4 ' Tho Sammy Girls will servo a chick on and noodle dinner Saturday in tho new Herrod building just east of the Herrod grocery, tho proceeds of which will go to tho fund for doughnuts for tho canteen. Wanted Contracts for plowing. Call at 075 No. Locust. Phono Red 55C. 22 Arthur Cryderman, formerly of this city, now located at San Pedro, Cal., writes Tho Tribuno that ho and Mrs. Cryderman nnd son will visit North Platto friends the latter part of this month. Wanted to buyLight stock hogs nnrl smrm hrnnrl nowa Ohnnn '707'n,n'1 The canteen served 150 sailors yes terday noon, the first of a contingent of 1000 men who aro being moved from Great Lakes to Maro Island. The can teen expects a train dally until the en tire number has ben transferred. For Sale Seven room modern liouso with one and one-half lots. Phono Black 920. 24-3 I Frederick V. Bowerrf. whn will hn an 'pleasantly remembered for his fine worn in -his uncial Night" and other productions, will be seen at the Keith Tuesday, April 22d, in Victor Gabery's new musical play, "I'm So Happy." This is by all odds tho best vehicle Mr. Bowers has over had and In It ho Is do ing work that Is lifting him to a fur ther pinnacle of fame. Tho production is being everywhere voted tho best musical show of tho season. For Sale Five room cottage, mod ern oxcept heat, two blocks from pav ing. Phono Black 1159. 25-4p Corporal Cyril Donegan returned homo yesterday aftor almost two years In service, Ith the past year spent ov erseas with tho GOth Transportation Corps. On the way homo he stopped at Now London, Conn., to seo hjs brother, Lieut. Joe Donegan who saw almost a year's sorvlco on a subma rine chaser operating off the English and French coasts. Joe is now sta tioned at Now London, Conn. WantedMIddlo aged woman, or man and wife without children to work on ranch. Phono 782F12, 24-5 COMEDY NIGHT ken.ght A stitch in time saves PEGGV IIVUND from being "CAUGHT IN THE ACT" As she mentis a love sick heart. Two part Sennet Comedy "She Loved Him Plenty" WM. S. HART "The Border Wireless" Two-Gun Star in Role of Patriotic Bandit Shoots Up Intrigues KEITH THEATRE Monday and Tuesday, April 14 and 15.