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Two Yalimblo Hooks FREE wlllWim LOCAL AND PERSONAL . i Miss Alice Loan came down from Denver Friday for a visit with her sister,, Mrs. H. A. Brooks. Shu Fly and spray at tho Rexall. .Mrs, Carl .Simon and children left Sunday for a two 'weeks' visit In Hastings with her parents. The Grand Island salaried ball team vlll play the local team on the home grounds Sunday, July 27th. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wright returned 'homo Sunday from a two weeks' wedding, trip to Milwaukee. The Rexall handles tho goods. tf Miss Bessie Chamberlain returned Saturday from a two weeks' visit with relatives In Kemmerer, Wyo. A Baby Ben with a radium dial will please ypu. Dixon, the Jeweler. i J.W. R. Kessler, of Kansas City, a former North Platte resident, is a guest at tho C. H. Stamp liomo. Mrs. Clyde Worley and children came up from Kearney Saturday for a Visit at the Cecil Worley home. Kodaks and films at the Rexall. Miss Evalino Wilcox left Sunday for Abeline Kansas, where she will spend several weeks with her aunt. Miss Helen Koontz left yesterday fqr Chicago where, sho will visit,. Mrs. C;' AV Lowell for two or three weeks! A Cordova leather bag on display at Dixon's will Interest you. It is all of the highest grade of real leath er, rainbow colorings, all hand made, at $25.00. Other prices ranging from $8.00 up. ! THE Yankee Big Circus WILL EXHIBIT IN NORTH2 fLATTE TUESDAY, BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE iAutorTatlC WorM-Famous The Choice o Women Who Know because GO.OOO Houswlves use It overy for what It DOES. There Is no better Two complete books of formulas on washing and dry cleaning. Call and get these. NORTH PLATTE LIGHT & POWER CO. ' Next Sunday tho boys will play the Platte Valley team at tho city paiK. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuster, of Welillcet, spent yesterday in town with friends. "Maud Ballard, Elmer Simms and Mrs. Chas. Simms spent Sunday with friends in Sutherland. Miss Irma Johnston will leave to morrow for Grand Island for a two weeks' visit with friends. Bert Noble has purchased of Lee Simon one of the former Brooks houseE on east Fourth street. The PhiloB Guna club will mee,t Wednesday afternoon wan Mrs. li. A. Garman, 402 west Third street. John E. Nelson and J. T. Keefe were visitors in Overton Sunday, making the trip in the former's car. Mesh bacs iii vdEue Dixon has a wonderful selection, ranging In rrice from $3.00 to $25.00; gold and silver. Misses Ethel and Catherino Foster came up from Omaha Sunday to visit with their sister, Mrs. Leonard Red mond. Miss Nanine Iddings and brother Henry have returned from a three weeks'. auto tour in Colorado. They report a very enjoyable trip. Miss Maud Warrington is expected to arrive tomorrow from Long Beach, CaL. lor ji.,vilt with her sisters Mrs. Chas. Calhoun and Miss Vena War rington. J. B. Pielstickcr, cashier of tha bank at Dickens, who was in town yesterday says everything is in fine condition in that section of tho county. Corn is making a wonderful growth. Robinson JULY 29. Hall Team to Scotts Bluff. , fho North itto" ball team will , leave Friday for Scotts Bluff whrre thqi- will play Saturday, 'Sunday and Mammy with tho team of that olty The Bluff team is said to bornUipr speedy players, and the North Platte team may be somewhat strengthened for tho games. .v- : ; Torlc Lenses arc Popular I Their curvnturo prevents touching of eyiashes with tho lenses a dis tlnctlydcslrnbU? feature. Increased breadth of vlow adds to their value, and all round comfort. DIXON, & SOX Wo grind our 6,wh lenses. Aula Tourlhp Isj ExpcTtsItr. 1 North Plnttc nuto tourists who have returned from Estes Park and Yollow stono Park agreo that hotol accommo. dations at both places ent rapidly into tho pocket book. With rooms at six dollars per night and a simple meal at two dollars, together with gasolino and other incidentals, a party of four who Journoycd to tho Yellowstone Pnrk found thoir expenses run about forty dollars a day. Conditions at Estes Park arc a shade less expen sive. :o? :- Ognlnllu Too Ensy. Tho Ogalalla ball team took the short end of a fourteen tp two score in a ball game played at the city park Sunday afternoon and obtained uiusu uvu suuix's uiruugii urruru. 11 was a game that- did not arouse any nnrttmtlni nntliiiDtnom u'lHi ir annn. Uitors, for errors wero plentiful and but few sensational plays were made. Tho visitors wero outclassed In nil departments, and wero as weak in the pitcher's box as on the bases and in the field. ::o:: Wheat Yield Disappointing. J Tne yield or wheat tnrougnoui me state, as shown by reports received by the State Journal, is very disap pointing. In Gage county, where threshing isi In progress tliere aro many neld8""whcre the yield is but flvo bushels per acre and a field thnt yields twenty bushels Is an excep tion, The same conditions exist in Adams an other counties where threshing Is in progress. The straw is heavy, but the wheat .bgrry was shriveled and dried by the. Intense hot weather tho latter part of June. :o: :- DR. C A. SELUY Announces his discharge from the military service and return to pri vate practice. Offices over Rexall Drug Store. Phones: Office 37J, residence 10C8. North Platte, Neb. ::o:: Notlco ,to Fruit Growers. An experiment conducted by C. G. Randall, horticulturist at tho Experi ment farm, on the determination of tho time of uneszenCe of tho second brood of coddling moth shows that tho largest per cent of the moth pass ed fromthe pupa to the larvae stago this week end, showing thnt now 'is tho time to apply the spray for con trol. The formula to use Is 1 pound of arsenate of lead to 50 gallons of water. The apple worm is unusually bad this year. Trees pot receiving the first coddling moth spray Fhow 75 to 90 per cent of Infection. : :o: : Trotter Hides In Airplane. C. M. Trotter was in Gibbon Sunday and while thero an airplane owned In Holdrege landed. Mr. Trotter being acquainted with the aviator, war in vited to ride back to Holdrege, which invitation he nccepted. In mnking the trip an elevntlon of 4500 feet was maintained, and from this heif,hth autoes on tho road seemed to be about two feet long nnd persons walking wero just about discernible. Mr. Trotter says that riding in a plane is about as rough as in a car, ns the cur rents of wind causes tho plane t jolt. Tho aviator gave Mr. Trotter the thrill j of a tail spin, loop-the-loop nnd other gyrations. ::o:: Lnke nt the City Park. The popularity of the swimming holo at the south river bridge has awakened a desiro on the part of tho people to havo a permanent bathing resort and tho park board, 'co-operating with the city welfare association, is planning on putting In a lake at the city park. It Is proposed to have this lake In readiness for bathing pur poses next year and it is probable that part of tho excavation and embank ment work will bo made this fall. It Is proposed to make the lake 300 feet long and 100 feet wide, and make fu ture enlargements as money becomes available. Tho contour of tho land Is such that It may bo necessary to pump part of tho water Into the lake, i : :o: : Notice to Suburban Water Users. All water users on tho Suburban Ir rigation Ditch must keep their lat erals clean if they expect to get good results from tho water. The presi dent of tho board will not stand for any waste of water. 52-4 ::o;: Estrayed , Two coming three-year old mare mules from my farm near Nichols. Re ward for Information lending to their recovery. ANDY OLSEN, North Platte. Nob. 53 . Phono 7S0F11 r:o:: Kodaks and films nt the Rexall Estrny Calf. Estrayed from tho Howard ranch, northwest of city, about tho middle of Alune, a brockie-faced heifer calf. Q C brand on right hip, weight about BOO pounds. Will pay a suitable reward for Information leading to animal's recovery or its whereabout. WILLARD CROW. 53-2 Phone 79"F031 GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK Hand Concert Next Week. ThcWflrst of a sories of open air con certs by tho North Platte imnd will bo given At the court houso park noxt Friday evening. Theso concerts havo been, made possible by tho joint of fortstof tho park board and the Cham ber of Commerce. The concerts will bo glvoh weekly for tho noxt two months. . ::.o;: ; Let Contract for Club House A contract for the erection of tho club houso on tho Country Club grounds has been awarded to Clyde McMichael on a bid of $8,238.00 The plans call for a one-story building with wide vnrandas, dnnco hall, din ing room, kitchen, shower baths for tnen and women, Individual lockora and other conveniences. It Is planned to have tho houso ready for occupancy by the middle of September. :o:: Dry Wcnthcr In Idaho AVrltlnc to Thp Trlliunn midor ilntn of July nth from American Falls, Ida- ho, S. E. Cox. of Sutherland, says; "li Inft RtlHifirlnnil nn .Ttmn 17Hi ntwl linvn' driven overland through parts of Col orado. Wvominir. tltjh nnil Tilntui. T find conditions extremely dry nnd' warm. The dry land wheat crop will be very light and pastures seem to bo a thing of tho past. Hero at Ameri can Falls tho farmors tell mo thnt they never saw a better prospect for a crop than they had in tho spring and they aro certainly disappointed." ::o:: Larson Answers Our Appeal. Our friend Joe P. Larson, now of Green River, sends us a chock and says: "Just saw your note In The Tribune today oxprcssing your long ing for tho pine clad hills of Wyo ming. You no doubt would have beon able to enjoy tho sights better If you( hnd appealed to your creditors a 11U, tie earlier and had made arrangements to come in June. Your follow fisher men would also havo been able to sing with mbro vim and vigor that old song: "The Bare went over the Moun tains." Notice to Property Owners nnd Tcnnnts. - All outside closets in sower dls? trlcts must bo connected with tho sower on or before Soptember 1st. All householders In the city must maintain garbago cans which will be emptied at stated times by tho city garbargo collector. Failure to comply with this notice subjects the owner or tenant to ar rest and fine. D. N. VALERIUS, 52-2 Sanitary Inspector. ::o:: Teachers' Special Examination. There will bo a special teachers' ex amination for renewing the certifi cates under tho" old law Friday, July 18th at North Patto. Onlyf tho live essentials and life subjects will bo given. 52-2 AILEEN GANTT COCHRAN. County Supt We Strive To Please When in need of good things to eat Call 212. Quality in every pack age. Dick Stegeman, PHONE 212. 815 NO. LOCUST. $2.00 orders and over delivered. UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads. Improved Sleeping Car Service BETWEEN NORTH PLATTE OMAHA AND CHEYENNE. Two Sleeping cars aro now opcr uk'd locally between Omaha ami Choy ennc. Leaving Omaha 4:25 p. in. and 1:20 a. m. (Ready for occupancy at 9:!iO p. in. Westbound leave North Platte 2:55 a. m. and 8:35 a. m. Arrlrve Chey enne 10:110 a. m. and 1:05 p, m. East bound both cars leave North Plnttc 11:25 p. m. Arrive Oiuuha 7:05 a m. Union Pacific J. S. ORR, Agent. Mn and Mrs. J. 11. 0dvvard nnd children rrturnbd Sunday from Koii tvoky, whore Mrs.- Edwards and chil dren had been visiting for two months nnd whoro Mr. .Edwnrds had gono to accompany them homo. Tho Lou AuTo Co.. of this city. jslgn- ed a contrnct with the Liberty Sales i Co., of Lincoln, for tho delivery of twonty-four Liberty six enrs. i Fred Amstuz returned homo Satur day nfter nlniost a yoar's sorvlco ov erseas. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Eyerly and Mrs ' Marlon Miller of Hershcy, spent Fri day with friends In town. luuiaiomift i HAMMER WATER 1 PROOf 1 IPBOOF HEEL PROOF Neither pounding heels nor piping hot water will affect Chi-Namel on floors, furniture or other woodwork. Re markably brilliant because of the water proof self-leveling Chinete Oil incorpo rated by our secret process. Chi-Namel finishes for hard or soft, old or new wood arc also the most economical because they cover one-third more surface than most other finishes. VISIT THE NEAREST CHI-NAMEL STORE (ilwayi the icrirctenutlve More In Iti locality) and letrn of the many Chl-Ntntl finlihe (or everything in the home and the caie with which you can apply thcio lelMevelinK Chineie Oil hniihei without lapi or broth marii. It will be 5 minutet well ipent. THE OHIO VARNISH CO., CLEVELAND, O. '1'' -r?. ir STONE DRUG STORE AN ANNOUNCEMENT THAT ALL THE PEOPLE KNOW Way back in J 893 a thoughtful doctor, .sitting in his labora tory in Davenport, lowa,niade a discovery whiqh has proved of incalculable value to suffering humanity. It was purely scien tific in its principles, and when put into practice, is known under the name pf Chi-ro-prac-tic (Ky-ro). Chiropractic is widely dif ferent from any other curative agency. The results which its practitioners have achieved are truly remarkable! The legisla tures of many states, including Nebraska, have ordained that the science of Chiropractic is oira par with all other accepted schools whose graduates minister to the sick and infirm. The Chiro practors of Nebraska must meet the legal educational require- ments established by law before practicing in this state. The Nebraska Chiropractic Association in annual conven tion in June adopted a resolution and created a special commit tee on publicity authorized to publish to the people of Nebraska the Eimple facts about Chiropractic what it is doing every day w to relieve physical and mental suffering. Accordingly the committee will present to the readers of this journal, from time td time, salient facts relating to the sub ject, believing that a campaign of education will tend 'to con t serve the public health and add to the sum of human happiness.' Below Is a list of licensed Chiropractors of Nebraska: Dr. Clara It. Acrni, Columbus, Dr. S. R. Amspokor, Lincoln. Dr. Ethol B. ArmBtrong, Beatrice Dr. Silvia L. Ashworth, Lincoln. Dr. O. K. Bachman, Albion. Dr. P. B. Bcrhenkc, Fremont. Dr. Samuel Dillingham, Omaha. Dr. Mabel Boveei Craig. Dr. H. I. Brown, Scotts Bluff, i Dr. L. A. Brown, Kearney. Dr. Roy C. Browning, Lincoln. Dr. Vera C. Browning, Lincoln. Dr. M. B. Berry. Soward. Dr. A. IL Cahall, Friend, Dr. B. O. Callahan, York. Dr. R, E. Camp, Burlington, Colo. Dr. J. E. Campbell, Norfolk. Drs. Cark & Clark, Columbus. Drs. Clark & Clark, Humphrey. Drs. Crabtreo & Crabtreo. Lincoln. Dr. Gcorgo ,W. Dierks, Wahoo. Dr. G. E. Dillon, Arnold. Dr. Leo W. Edwards, Omahn. Dr. J. B. Embro, Fremont. Dr. H. J. Fosten Hastings. Dr. L. H. Frlcsen, Hondorson. Dr. J. T. Qallamore, Fniruury. Dr. L. Ocddos, Syracuse. Dr. A. J. GuongorIch Gcnvova. Dr. Mabel Green, Lincoln. Dr. L. C. Hayes, Broken Bow. Dr. J. J. Jeffreyi 'Caspor, Wyo. Dr. J. P. Johnston, Omaha. R. E. Llggi-.ViOtiMind been ov-.r oas with tlio Slit Kngltroors for a year, ar rived home Saturday night, tiurlng his ovorsens, service ho was In tho tailrond operating department on a district' 123 milos long, nnd which road via operated under French rules. These rules seemed rntiior absurd to an American railroad man accustom ed to modern equipment. Hand brakes aro still used In Franco, and tho av erage car Is about one-third th. ca pacity of thoso in uso in this country. D'xon (fj Ton. eyesight specialists van do sonv thing for thnt (uadccUe consult them. Yes'm YOU Can Whack Chi-Namel Floor Finishes with a Hammer Boil them, bake them, douse them with hot or cold water or even abuse them any other way but you cannot crack their tough, elastic surfaces nor dull their diamond bright gloss. That's due you know to that re markable WATERPROOF, SELF LEVELING CHINESE OIL of which they are made by special expensive processes on an entirely different and better principle of scientific manufacture. Chi-Namel is the one line of home finishesthat we KNOW amateurs can get professional results with because Chi-Namel is SELF-LEVELING hence leaves no laps or brush marks, even if most care lessly applied. We are the Chi-Namel Store in your midst nnd we will appreciate a visit to sec for yourself the won derfully beautiful and economical Chi-Namel Finishes for new or old, hard or soft woodwork, floors, doors, furniture, screens and screen doors, walls, porches, automobiles, carriages, fixtures, radiators, bric-a-brac, etc. Come in today and see the beauties of Cii-NamcLj Dr. P. M Jorgenson, Fullerton. Dr. H. W- Kellogg, Harvard. Dr. Edith L. Kruso, Lincoln. Dr. H. C. Kurr, Grand Island. Dr. J. C. Laub, Ord. Dr. J. C. Lawrenco, Omaha. Dr. Wllhelmina M. LenBor, Aurora. DrB. Lewis & Lowls, Wayne. Drs. Leonard & Leonard, Calloway. Dr. M. A. Laucrman, Lincoln. Dra. Mason & Mason, Fremont. Dr. J. A. Markwell, Omaha. Dr. J. A. Nollson, Beatrice Dr. H. Nicholson, Gothenburg. Dr. Josephine A. Nyo, Calloway. Dr. Leroy Parks, Grand Island. Dr. Pearlo II. Parks, Grand Island. Dr. J, It. Pennington, Dunning. Dr. O. E. Reno, Suporlor. Dr. ElBio M. Requartto, York. Dr, Emma M. Ruegnltz, Tccumseh, Dr. S, B. Schnffor, Fremont. Dr. J, A. Schauers (how in tho navy) Omaha. Dr. LyJo D. Smith. Lincoln. Drs. States & Statos, North Platto. Dr. Clms. L. Shauors, Cambridge. Dr. W. J. Stnko, Omaha. Dr. John W. Voot, Nebraska City, Dr. J. M. Walsh, Beaver City. Dr. A. F. Walsh, Lincoln. Dr. Austin O Wilson, Red Cloud. Dr. Albert E. Whitney, Bridgeport. Dr. Rebecca Z. Zlnkom, Erlcson.