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Chateu Pattern. A new design in sterling heirloom silver. . A pattern thafis creating in terest all over the world. Sold exclusively by HARRY DIXON, The Quality Jeweler. NOVE.MlKIt SUIT CLEAHAXCK 2.' KKDUCTION SALE OX FA LI j AND WIXTKK SUITS DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, Graduate Dentist Oilice over the McDonald State Bunk. LOCAL AND PERSONAL For Rent Three light housekeeping rooms. 1119 west 2d street 84-2 Mrs. J. Sullivan, of Brady, visited with friends in town yesterday. Dr. Howard Yost, Dentist, Twincm Building. lMiono 307. 77tf Mrs. James McCullough, of Brady, was the guest of friends in town yes terday. Wanted Liberty bonds at market price. Louis Lipshitz. Mrs. Dave O'Connor, of MTallace, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. C. Con neally. For Sale 8 room house, all mod ern except heat, and two lots. Call 212. 81-4 Miss Alice Hickey returned today to her home in O'Neill after a week's vis it with Mrs. Ed. Grleser. When in North .Platte stop at the New Hotel Pnlace and Cafe. You will bo treated well. B8tf Mrs, E. D. Earhardt and daughter Miss Ethel, of Cozad, visited' with friends in town yesterday. The Crystal program tonight will be "When My Ship Comes In" and the comedy "His Naughty Wife." Miss Irma aBrraclough left this morning for Denver where she will spend a week visiting friends. Sight Specialists, Dixon & Son. Genl. Manager W. M. Jeffers passed through Wednesday enrouto to Lara mie on business for the Union Pacific. Wool middies in scarlet and navy and washable, too; our price is $7.50, open to comparison." E. T. Tramp & Sons. Farmers and ranchers cun now ob tain Electric Lights by wind power. Free demonstration at Dodge Car age Marinello Beauty Parlor, phono 199. Mrs. Arthur Harris is the guest ot her sister, Mrs. W. H. Malzo. For Quick Sale Eight room, all modern residence. Liberty Land Co. tf A girl baby was born last weok to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fisher. Painting and Paper Hanging. II. II. Landgraf, Phono Black 570. Frank Preston, of Farnam, was a business visitor in town yesterday. You can get a very good apron at The Style Shop for $1.50. Mrs. A. A. Muldoon. of Ocalalla. was the guest of fHends in town Wed nesday. Slip over sweaters for ladies and misses. E. T. Tramp & Sons. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coates, of Suth erland, visited with friends in town Wednesday. "Madam Flander's" afternoon and evening dresses sold exclusively through The Style Shop. Miss Ethel Donegan returned the first of the week from Horshcy whoro she had been visiting the past two weeks with Mrs. Raymond Miller. If you want to economize buy a suit during our suit sale beginning Satur day, November 1st. E. T. Tramp & Sons. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Graves, of Omaha are guests this week at the Arthur Plumer home. Mr. and Mrs. Graves are former residents of North Platte. For Sale A few thoroughbred Duroc Jersey male pigs. Big stretchy fellows. Fred Nelson, two miles west of North Platte. 78tf The officers and members of the W R. C. are requested to be present at tjio regular meeting on Saturday, Nov, 1 for practice, as the inspector will be here the 30th of November. Mrs. Hartman, president. Educator shoes for your children give foot comfort and allow the foot to grow as it should. Sold by Wilcox Department Store. The Catholic Girls' club met Wed ne'sday evening at the home of Miss Edna Sullivan. Tho evening was spent in playing five hundred, after which Our entire stock of women's and misses' fall and wlntor suits will be placed on sale Saturday, November 1, at a 25 per cent reduction. Novor bo-1 foro in our history have tho women of this vicinity boon offered wonderful morchandwlBo at such a reduction so early In the season. I The suits are the following materi als Velours, peachblooin, broadcloth, suede, trlcotlno and serges. $95 Suits 25 per cent reduction, $72.50 $75 Suits 25 per cent reduction, $5G.50' $59 Suits 25 per con reduction, $44.50, $49 Suits 25 per cent reduction, $37.50 $39 Suits 25 per cent reduction, $29.50 At BLOCK'S. , .:o:: . .Married Last Evening. j Clifford Harold Docram and Miss. Edith Mae-jHopklns v unitoiLin marriagq lftsttovenlngwfalav. Holand Mackintosh al the' Eplgaopal rectry, in tho presence of relatives nnd a few friends. It was the Intention of tho couple to have been married' In the now homo which tho groom is having erected at 514 east Second street, but the house could not bo completed in time. How over, It will bo finished so that Mr. nnd Mrs. Dorrnm will bo "at home" to their friends after December 1st. The groom Is tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Dorram who, during the war saw service in the navy, and Is a young man of sterling worth. Tho bride Is the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. ohn C Honklns. and is n snlrmiHil JuB " ...... " ,w 1 .1 lJl.lt .1 nil nil acquaintances. : :o: : A Word of Warning Tonight is Hallowe'en night and all arc warned that vandalism and de struction of property will not bo permitted. Extra men have been ndd- ed to tho force in order that unlawful acts be prevented. S. C. MECOMBER, Chief of Police. : :o: : "The Dancing Widow." "Tho Dancing Widow," a musical comedy of real mirth nnd music, will be presented at the Keith theatre Fri day evening. November 7th. It Is com posed of 100 per cent girls, mirth and melody, and presents unusunl songs, dancing and breezy lines, Including a chorus of Broadway beauties. Twen ty late song hits are Introduced. : :o: : CAK OF APPLES OS TRACK We will sell a car of fancy bulk npples, consisting of Dlack Twigs nnd Wine Saps at 2.7.' nnd ?2.:.(t per IiusIipi. lull Nmminy, .Monday or Tuesday and bring sacks or leave or dors at Rush 3Ier. Co. Store. Election Next Tuesday. An election to oloct delegates to tho constitutional convention wilt' be hold next Tuesday at the usual voting plnces In tho county. Wo call atten tion to this olectlon for tho ronson that on the surface but little interest Ir shown, nnd indications point through this lack of interest, to a vote some whnt slmllnr to that cast at the late primary election. The constitutional convention in ob pcclally importnnt, for tho stato con stitution, under which wo hnvo been living for over fifty yenrs will bo ma terially changed. In providing a now constitution we need men in tho con vention who are able and honest, men who are interested in tho present and future welfare of tho state. W. V. Hongland is a candldnte for delegate from this county and W. T. Wilcox is n candldato from the iloat district composed of Lincoln, Keith and Dawson counties. Both hnvo long been residents 6ft hb county, both have had1 legislative experience, and both aro so well known as to need no Intro duction to tho peoplo of Lincoln coun ty. Every voter should feel it his duty to go tho polls next Tuesday and vote, because the new constitution to bo written vitally Interests every property owner, nnd wo aro confident that If Messrs. Hoaglnnd and Wilcox are elected their best and honest or forts will bo exercised In helping to frame the new constitution. ::o:: Men's Suits Made to y.our measure, you select the styles and quality of linings. Wo have the suit patterns in stock, not samples. Suits arc made from tho piece you buy so there are no disappointments. Wil cox Department Store. : :o: : How about a Red Cross member'ilp? Moxlcans Sentenced to the Pen. Louis Esptnosn and Joso Urtoza, ar reted Inst week for breaking into a Union Pacific bunk houso at Brady and stealing therefrom il grip contain ing a miscellaneous assortment of clothing, pleaded guilty before Judge Grimes this week and wore glvon an indotormlnato sentence of from one to twenty yenrs in the penitentiary. They wore taken to Lincoln Wed nesday by Depury Shnppoll, of Sutherland. ::o:: Attention. 6 room houso entlroly modorn, gar age, largo front nnd rear porch, comer lot, white stucco, green trim, oleso in, will bo sold at a sacrifice. Call Black G21. Water ( llo Shut Off to Itcpalr Mains. Today, (Friday, Oct. 31st,) Weather permitting, water will bo shut off In all that iortloii of the city oaet of , Cottonwood street and north of tho railroad so that tho water dopartmont omployoB may repair a flro hydrant, Ono long blast of tho flro whlstlo will bo given at 1 o'clock and wntor will be turned off about 1:30 and may bo ott-tl hours. Parties living In tho dis trict to bo shut off should provtdo ' thomsoWoB with sufficient water for their needs during time wntor Is off. HEHSHEY S. WELCH, Wator Commissioner. For Rent Furnished room with or without board. 520 east 11th, phuo Red 540. 83-2 delicious refreshments were served. 81-2 , Miss Ruth Hubbard was awarded tho We den't wear glasses for style, butst Prize and Mrs. F. F. Nolan the In the Sunshine comedy '"His Naughty Wife,'-' showing at the Kolth Saturday the fun starts In a doctor's office and soon reaches a banana peel or three. Then on to a row of babies Mrs. Rose Carroll of Grand Island, wife of the Into Hubert Carroll, for merly of Brndy, who recently died in Kansas, is in town looking eftor her interests in tho estate. Hair ribbon bows, shower bows, car- riago cover bows, and bows of nil kinds tied fre" In the ribbon depart ment at The Stylo Shop. License to wed was granted Tues day to W. E. Boles, of Denver and Miss Laura Jenkins, of Horshey. The young lady is a daughter of W. H. Jenkinss, one of Hershey's prominent citizens. Beginning Nov. 1st our entire stock of ladies' and misses' suits will go on salo at sacrificing prices. This is not just idle talk, but real give away pric es. E. T. Tramp & Sons. , Cllde Chambers a boy twelve years old, was fined ono dollar and costs in Judge Tracy's court Tuesday on the charge of stealing coal from the U. P. company. Ho was accompanied in court by his mother. seeing that up-to-dato glasses don't cost more at Dixon's, why not buy them. Mr. nnd Mrs. Crosby, of Sutherland, UTWhiit W.w1tmiiflnv In tnvvn nttnlirUm the Presbyterian convention nnd vis- hanging on a lino. And so tho skids itlng their son M. E. Crosby. are applied. Tho cars find the i inevit- Rfnlon iPnril rar Hnnnsr. nnmhnr I able Wet pavement and dash through 137G52, englno number 2505710. $25.00 : various walls with perfect nonchal- roward. Address Gil south Chest- ance. it you arc looiung xor a iuuBu nut street 80tf coma KEITH THEATRE FRIDAY EVE., NOV. 7. A bath in the sunshine of laughter and music. A music show of song hits. "The Dancing Widow" BEWITCHING BEAUTIES FROM BROADWAY IN A DAZZLING VARIETY OF FROCKS. Cast of distinguished players, including Mildred Cecil, Marguerite DeVon, Vina Renaud, Henrietta Hendricks, A. S. Byron, Harry Fentell, Robert T. Holden, Jack Adare, James Tomkins and a chorus of girls and gowns that dazzle the eye. Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c. Plus Tax. Seats on sale Wednesday, Nov. 5th. WE are taught to FORGET and FORGIVE. We will leave it to you whether all Sins should be forgiven Harry Garson Presents Blanche Sweet In Maj. Rupert Hughes' astounding play "The Unpardonable JJ Directed In person by Mar shall Neilan. , The Sin that won't wipe out! It's 'different from all other Motion Pictures. Coming . Keith Theatre. I WANTED p- !F ILal Ssaa I dc SALE 30 HEAD OF HIGH GRADE H0LSTEIN CATTLE At the Johansen Barn, North Platte SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 19 AT 2:30 P. M. These cows are of the good kind and are coming fresh. If you wish to buy a good milch cow come to this sale. Also five head of registered I lolstein heifers out of one of the best herds in Minnesota and one registered Holstein heifer coming three years old. TERMS Six months time at 10 per cent interest. ML E. BOGGS, Owner. COL. H. M. JOHANSEN. Auctioneer. F. C. PIELSTICKER, Clerk Til Say They're Square." ' That's the reputation this bank has earned in carrying out contracts held in escrow. In dealing with contracts for rental or the purchase of real estate, it's best to appoint this Bank as the trustee to act for the buyer and seller, because your interests are our interests and it has been our business to make a study of conditions in this commun ity. Elect this Bank your third party. Wo aro unbiased in our views and we see tliat all parties to a transaction are treated fairly and impartially. Platte Valley State Bank, NORTH PLATTE. NEB. 'Ten 160 acre tracts of land any where between North Platte and Paxton, Ncbr. As we have East ern Buyers coming. SEE The Roberts Bros. Land Co. . & L. Uuilding Opposite Postofi'Ice, NorMi Plntte, Noli. FARM LOANS I have plenty of SIX PER CENT MONEY to loan on improved farms and ranches, with interest payable annually and with option of paying all or part of loan at any time. Tax free mortgages bought and sold. T. C. PATTERSON, Loan Broker. B. & L. Building, North Platte, Nebr. 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.