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In Summer. Krjptok lenses chc far rlslon through tlic top and nenr tJhIoii through tho loner part of the lense, taking the place of two pair of glasses, or mak. Jng It unnecessary to keep renioilng .juid replacing your glasses. IVo provide Kryptoks ground especial- Ely for your eyes glasses without a fleam or dividing line, so that tliey ap. pear to he a single-range lense. You will find them particularly good glasses for the outdoor reason, thor oughly satisfactory and mighty con-renfent. u c. S. CLINTON Jeweler nnd OPTICIAN. At the Sign of the Hlg King. DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, Graduate Dentist Office over the McDonald SUU Bunk. , LOCAL AND PERSONAL North Platto Chautauuua begins August 11th and last six days. Room for Rent Lady preferred, Apply to 608 cast Fifth. Gl-2p Tom Qulnn, of Tryon, transacted bUBincBS in town Friday and Satur day. ' Dr. Morrill, DontrtBt. Office ovor Wilcox Department Store, Mrs. 13. R. Goodman and Bon John left for Denver Monday to spend a week. Wanted Liberty bonds at market price. Louis Llpshitz. A boy baby was born Saturday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Richards. Miss.Reglna Nolan has accepted a position as office girl for Drp, Fetter and Selby. .Wanted Separator man for shock threshing. Will pay $8.00 per day. Call at this office. 49-4 't Sam Fackior, of Staplqton spent ( Saturday in town fookin'g after busi ness intorests, Alwaya try Tho Roxall first, it pays. -' tf " Miss Helen Siobort came. up from Grand Island Friday for a visit with ., the homo folks. Wanted A housokpoper. Apply at tho Marti Meat Market. 51tf Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Weingand and sons loft Sunday on an auto trip" to points in Colorado. Clias. Drennnn, of Whitman, looked nftor business mattors in town tho latter part of last week. Wo know that you will apprcclato our very largo colection of beads. , Dixon, tho Quality Jeweler. Mr. and Mrs. Leo OUlfathor left last week for Lincoln whoro thoy. will, mnko their future homo. Miss Ilinckerl, of Omaha, was tho guest of Mrs. John Bratt for a fow days while enrouto to Denver. Caesor's wifo had to bo abovo sus picion, but how about Caesar himself? Soo why Keith theatre Wednesday. Mrs, Margaret Christ and Miss Effio Christ returned Friday from a week's visit with rolatives in Lexington. i Mr. and Mrs. John Day returned yiOBterda from a visit with tholr daugh ter, Mrs. Cody Hoal, at Greoloy, Col. Earl B. Richards has purchased of 0. H. Thoolccko ono of tho formor Tift houses on south Locust street. Staplcton will soon vote on a propo sition to issue $30,000 bonds to o rect a combined wnter and light plant. Trainmaster Shoivor and wifo and, son will leave tomorrow .for a mpnth's vacation dn Chlcngo and Wisconsin. M!fl M aieman, Htentn bnth nnd Swedish Massage. Indies and gentlo' men. Phono 897. Brodbeck bldtr. 85tf Mrs. John Howard, who livos twen ty, miles south.pf town, is sponding tho week with her motrer Mrs. Ed Wilson. Mrs. N. E. Buckloy loft for Denvor yesterday whore she will visit her sis tor, Mrs. Charlos Hendy for a few days. Mrs. C. L. Mann camo down from Sidney Friday for a visit witli her paronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mc Mlchael. For Salo-J. I. Smith's fine Irrigat ed farm four miles northwest of North Platte. Inquiro at 203 'est Second streot. Phono 158. 47-8 M. E. Scott and family left Satur day morning on an auto trip to Estes Park oxpecting to bo absent about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Tatum and chil dren loft this morning for a two wooks' visit in Montana with Mr. Ta tum's sister. Misses Annio and Josephine O'Harc arc among those who will leave the lattor part of this month' 'for a vaca tion period at Estes 'Park. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Smith at Pujfeblo, Colo. Satur day. Mrs Smith"' was formerly Miss Gcorgie Iloxio at this city. Mrs. C. R. Mo'rey entertained six teen ladies at auction Monday aftei- noon complimentary to her sister, Mrs. Will Quadc, of Staplcton. Miss Julia Nolan and two little nieces loft this morning for Casper, Wyoming, where Miss Nolan will visit soveral weeks with her brother Ben. Alwaya stop at tho Roxall. Mr. and Mrs. John Burko aro plan nlng an auto trip to the Yellowstone Park and a visit with his brother Milo Burko who lives In tho Big Horn basin. County Clerk Allen made a trip to Farnam Sunday taking with him Mrs, .Itasche, of Omaha, mother of Mrs, Alion, who had been a guest at his homo. A real clock at last! a small clock of vory flno lincB; an eight day move ment and radlollte dial. Ono at $8.00 and another at $10.00. Dixon, tho JQWoler. Frank Nolan and Homer Roten re turned Friday from Omaha .whoro thoy wont to tnko their firemen's ex amination before resuming work on the road. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Forbs and daughter and Mrs. J. S. Twlnem and children left Sunday, on an auto trip to Denver, Coorado Springs and Manitou. Will Yost loft Saturday for Kansas City whoro ho will spend a two weeks' vacation. Mrs. Yost and daughter have been visiting In that city for a month past. C. II. Wnltqr is spending this week in mano springs, col., taking treat ment for a shoulder that has p!vn him troublo for somo time. Ho mado tho trip to Colorado In his car. Always try Tho Roxall first, it pays. tf Will- Baskln, of Staplcton, woll known In North Patto, was married July 2d at Ovorton to Misa Etta uoauo- wno nas been employed as tcacnor m tho staplcton schools. LOCAL AND PERSONAL 4 S ' it V AILEMENTS OF WOMEN Health Talk No. 14, by DRS. STATES THE CHIROPRACTORS Many of the torturing ills that women suffer aro duo to strains lllintl Hi A RTtino in iha rnntnii nf footed. The most serious of these ailments us ually date from tho first birth. When the cause is lack of alignment of the joints of tho backbone, causing nerve pressure. irnuiuun ana weaicness, tnere is only one sensible form of correc-"'' tion the spinal adjustment such as can be given by tho skilled chi ropraotor only. It restores align ment and removes tho nervo pres sure. FREE Call for information or consultation. It is free. It is the way to learn the truth about your case. DRS. STATES & STATES Tito P. S. C. Chiropractors. Building nnd Loan Building North Platte, - - Nebraska. Dally Pain Forced , Jler to Lay Down For fifteen years I suffered constantly from fomalo dis eases. I seldom passed a day with out being compolled tp 11$ down tbcro to suffof until tho pain died down of Uh own accord. I tried ovorythlng nnd lost faith in all methods of healing, My friends recom mended chiropractic. Today I feol strong do not suffer and am. in every way a woll woman. Sworn Statement No. 20. For Rent Furnished room. 315 east Eighth street. . 53-1 Mrs. J. E. Flynn spent'tho vtceh end witli frionds in Horshey,. ' Shu Fly nud spray at. the Rexall. Dr. Howard Yost, 'of Lincoln, is a guostat the Gantt homo. The Roxall handles .the' goods. tf Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Crook, of Pax- ton, spent Sunday at tho C. E, Souser home. Dr. 11, C. Brock. Dentist.' X-Ray Diagnosis. Reynolds Bldg. Phone 148 Wm. Rath left Saturday for a week's visit in Donnison, Iowa, With his par ents. . Miss Peggy Turner, of Macon, Ga., was a guost last week of Miss Mayme PIzcr. J. B. Tillion and family and L. E. Jones and family left Sunday (or Es tes Park. For Rent Rooms for light house keeping and slooplng. 8221 Xorth Locust. C3-2 Royer Hastings Has accepted a po sition as fountain man at the Nyal drug store. Always stop at the Rexall. Miss Florenco Louden wont to Try- - i i i w on saiuruay 10 spend a coupic or weeks with hor parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Splcer leave this week on an auto trip to points in Colorado and Wyoming. iMr. and .Mrs. Sharpley Thompson and Miss Bollo Leypoldt. of Hcrnhoy, visited friends In town Saturday. Judge and Mrs. J. S. Hoagland re turned Friday from an auto trip to Exclsior Springs, stopping at inter mediate points both going and coining. They were absent about a month. Will Pease, who had been In service overseas, arrived home tho latter part of last week. Not knowing of his coming, his parents left for Chicago a day or two previous to his arrival. J. V. Romigh is remodeling the in terior of his garage, tearing out a par tition and will use tho entire west half of tho lower floor as a show room for the several models of cars ho sells. Floyd Danlols has moved into tho C. J. Pass house opposito the Catholic church, and next summer will devote a part of his time to growing flowers on tho corner lot for tho Pass green houso. Henry Geiso of Brady, who recently sold his ranch near that village, was In town yesterday looking for a prop erty to ront or buy. It Is his inten tion to make North Platto his futuro homo. Perry Carson will move into his now houso on south Sycamore street within tho next week. This houso was started by the Coates Lumbor Co, nd sold to,Mr. Carson before It was fully, completed. Mr. and Mrs. John Halliga'n left Friday in tholr car for Omaha and Nebraska (. Mis.- Lillian MtCracl cn, who had been visiting hor sister, MrB. H. M. Grimes, accompanied tnem ns far as Fremont. C .J. McNamara, of this city, who has charge of tho paving at Loxing ton, has gone to Omaha to recuperate for a time, his health having been on tho decline for soveral weeks. His family accompanied him. Auto tourists aro evidently gotting tho community habit as was evidenced a few days ago when five cars from Massachusetts went through from Boston to California. A short time beforo fifteen cars went through in ono group. Bert Barbor recently sold his sev enty acres of land west of tho Catho lie cemetery on tho south side to Al bert Morris, of Gothenburg for a con sideration of $110 per acre. Thero are no (improvements on tho tract. Tho sale was mado through O. H., Thoele- lce. Seo "Clinton & Son about your Eyes nnd r satisfied. Son is ovor on tho Rhine, will bo homo soon. Sign ot tno uig King. Miss Bertha Thoolccko, of Omaha, wno had ueon visiting her brothor O. II. ' Thoelecko, left Saturday for her farm In Arthur county. Miss Thoelecko homesteaded C40 acres, mauo final nroof and now lmn nn nf fer of ten thousand dollars for tho land. Mrs. James Hart received a mes sago Friday that her niece Mrs, T. Ft Kolly had died Thursday evening at hor homo at Clinton, Iowa, of compli cation's following thn nfln nnvn "Mm d Kelly was formerly Miss Nellie Sul- I I llvmn n rwl tmirrlii vmafA 1, m oral years. ,Sho leaves her husband and thrco little girls. F. W. Thompson, who lived on a farm about thirty miles north of this city, wns taken into custody at Lox lnston last week on the chargo of be ing insane and later taken to Hast ings asylum, Thompson has a wiro nnd child near Ringgold, and his paronts reside thoro. Tho unfortun ate young man was a victim of tho flu last wlntor, had n rolapso and bo camo deranged, and In his domontcd condition attempted to take his own Hfo by striking himself on tho head with an ax. Ho broko tho skull, from which sovoral pieces of bono havo boon takon. and from his solf-Infllcted in Jury ho has never fully roceovered. CZ3 i I The fe Hotel- Palace M Cafe Is now Open tor the Accoramo8ation of the Public While a few of our fixtures arc still Iackinc .ive are able to take care of the public both ns to rooms nnd dining room nnd lunch counter service. All rooms aro equipped with running hot nnd cold Avater and a number of the rooms have private baths attached. All rooms are neatly and attractively furnished, thus giving to our patrons tho maxi mum of comfort. In our dining room nnd at the lunch counter the best tho market nf fords is served, and throughout our service is second to none. Upon the arrival and installation of the delayed fixtures wo will have, a public opening and will be pleased to show the public one of the best appointed hotels and cafes in the state. . RICHI UGAI, Owner. HUGH Y. TTADA, General Manager. W. S. CHENEY, Assistant Mannger LOCAL AND PEItSONAL Lt. Merrill Cross returned Sunday after a year's service overseas. For Sale A good milch cow. Call at 803 south Walnut. 53-lp Mr. and Mrs Hainlaino arrived Sun day from Lincoln for an extended visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. Wood White. Miss Madgo Flynn returned Sunday to Holyoke. Col., after a two weeks' visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Flynn. Mrs. Agnes Boyer returned Satur day from Omaha, where as a stato ot- flccr, she has spent some tlmo in tne Interest of the Maccabees. Deputy Sheriff Chappelle returned Sunday from Lincoln where ho es corted Clydo Sheets to tho peniten tiary to servo a sentence of from three to twenty years. Miss Agnes McClollan passed through yesterday enroute from Den ver to her home at Grand Island. spending the time between trains with her aunt, Mrs. H. A. Bybee. Misses Grace Burke, Blanche Fonda and Ida Ottenstein left Friday evening on a trip to Los Angeles, San Diego. San Francisco and Portland. They will bp absent about two months. Corp. Joe Boley arrived home Friday after a year's service overseas with tho engineering corps. Ho left Satur day for a short visit in Hillsboro la., with his parents, after "which he will return and take up his old job at the shops here. Dr. Harold A, Fcnner, who after re turning from service and spending several months upon diseases of the oar, noso and throat and dietary lines, has returned to this city .and will resume his practico. His office over Hirschfeld's clothing store will bo open about July 21. ::o:: DR. E. W. FETTER Announces his discharge from the military service and return to pri vate practice. Offices over Rexall Drug Store. Phones: Office 382, residonco 634. North Platte, Neb. : :o: : NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. We, tho undersigned dentists of North Platte, will close our offices overy Thursday nftcrnoon until Oc tober 1st, rjiu. Signed : H. C. BROCK, A. Ti. LANE, D. E. JIORRILL, L. J. KRAUSE, II. E. MITCHELL, 0. II. CRESSLER, W. F. CROOK. ::o:: Estrny Notice. Tnkon up by, the undersigned on soctlon 23-13-30 who thero rosldes, on or about April 15, 1919, a black horso, weight about 1000 pounds, about ton years old, no brands dis tinguishable. Owner call, prove proporty, pay charges nnd take- ani mal away. SCOTT REYNOLDS, North Platto, Nob. Phono 7SGF11 53.12 Gamble with Springer AND SAVE MONEY. STOP LOOK READ These prices over and then , yon will know where to do your trading. 1 package Krnmbo Corn Flakes 10c 1 package E. C. Corn Flakes 10c 1 small pkg. Kellogg Corn Flnkos 11c 1 small pkg. Poast Tonstlcs 14c 1 pkg. Puffed Wheat 6r Corn 14c 1 large package Quaker Oats 28c 1 small pkg. Quaker Oats 12Hc 1 pkg. Shredded Wheat 14c 1 can corn 17Jc 1 can Pens 15c 1 can Tomatoes 15c 1 am Yellow Wax Beans .20c 1 can green String Beans 20c 1 largo can Calumet Baking Powder 2Sc 1 largo can K. C. Baking Powdcr2.1c 1 can Pumpkin 15c 1 can Hominy 15c 1 largo package Gold Dnst 2Sc 1 largo package Gold Dust 05c 1 package Matches 05c Coffee :15, 10. 15, 18c per pound .'I packages Yeast Foam ,10c 1 largo package Soda . 08c 1 pound Fresh Frankforts 25c 1 pound fresh Balognn 25c 1 pound Minced Ham 25c 1 pound pure lard ..00c AT THE CHAIN STORES Stqrq No. 1, 823 N. Locust, Pliouo 203. Storo No. 2, 110 East It, Phone IOC. Any Order Delivered for 5c. S. M. SOUDER T. F. HEALEY Liberty Land Company Office Over Rexall Drug Store. Choice Farm Land in Lincoln and adjoining Count ies. Also some good Ranches. Houses and Lots in all parts of North Platte. Look for the Big l sitH, WORTH PLATTE r BEST1 NORTH PLATTE, NEB.ff S3 Cow Brand The Best Flour Made in the Best Town in i ) COW BRAND -i W. -OL Western Nebraska A Home Product Used by allJHome .people. UNION MEN Attend Your Meetings at the NEW LABOR TEMPLE Hear what is being said and done for the next Thirty Days by the educational com mittee in behalf of union-made goods and against mail-order houses. Patronize home industry and the merchants who have co operated with the Central Labor Onion. North Platte Central Labor Union . INCORPORATED 1887. Mutual Building and Loan Association, Of North Platte, Nebraska. RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS. The Association has unlimited funds at its command to assist in the building or purchase of homes for the people of North Platte. If you are interested, the officers of this Association will render every assistance and show you how easy it is to acquire your own home, t. C. PATTERSON, BESSIE F. SALISBURY, President. Secretary.