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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
UNCING ANNUAL JLMake Somebody i s j2S3f Christmas A Buy a coat now nt our big reduction E. T. Tramp & Sonn. ' Mrs. Metcalf, of Paxton, waft the guest of friends In town yostordayt, , . Educator and Btlllkin shoos for children at Wilcox Department Store Mrs. N. E. MvNamar, of Paxton, vis ited with friends in town Thursday. Hirschfeld's, tho storo of practical gifts for men. " 94-G' Percy Cross loft yesterday for Lo Lasting 42 Angeles whoro ho will spend the win- ANNO OUR FUR EXHIBIT if - r tit -JJne r ) "i Give the sort of present that makes the joy of Christinas a lasting one. With the gifts on the tree, hang a KRYPTOK Christmas Gift Certificate. II GLASSES 11 GLASSES THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS KRYPTOKS (pronounced Crlp tocks) havo tho appearance of single-vision glasses There is no ugly lino or seam showing like that In old-style bifocals. Yet KRYPTOKS havo .two separato visions near and far. KRYPTOKS end the need of two pairs of glasses, and can be worn all the time for all requirements or near and far vision. Our KIIYPTOK Christmas Cor tillcato makes It easy to giro a present that is worth while. Come in nntl let us tell you the particulars. DIXON & SON. EYE SPECIALISTS. DR. 0. H. CRESSLER, Graduate Dentist Office over'the McDonwId State Bunk. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Special exhibit of furs at Wilcox's Tuesday1. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.Thos. Jeffers Tuesday morning. A real slaughter in prices on suits and coats at E. T. Tramp & Sons'. When in North Platte stop at the New Hotel Palace aDd Cafe. You will be treated well. 58tf Miss Lena Sensil went to Chejeune Tuesday for a week's visit with friends. During the big sale at Block's you will find some wonderful bargains in millinery. Villa Whlttaker. Mrs. Norman Edwards, of Brady, visited Wednesday with her sister Mrs. F. R. Elliott. Shop early at tho Rexall. Wanted ot horses, street. -Party to winter six head Inquire at 803 west Fifth 93-2 R. L. Graves went to Denver Tues day night to transact business for a few days. REMEMBER, your watch will not leave ED'S bench (In Frater's Drug Store) until it Is RIGHT. 87tf Mrs. James Ware went to Omaha yesterday where she will visit friends for several days. Extra Special! All our $12.00 anil $1.".()0 brown nnd black shoes for ladies at $9.95, on "alo now. The Hub. Miss Edna Sullivan has been spend ing this week in Denver visiting her sister Mrs. Gus Chamberlain. Lost Sunday on road from Blgnoll to North Platte, man's brown soft hat Finder please leave at this office. Special Kettle rendered lard. Prod- beck's Meat Market. SCtf A. L. Kanold. of Laramie, cllrman of tho B. of L. E. protective board, spent Wednesday in town an loft yes terday for Omaha. To whom are you goingto sell your Hay and Graln2 The Harrington Mer cantile Co. will offpc the highest prices. . G4tf WHO hom: tor. Wool dross for nilssos and chil dren. E. T. Tramp & Sons. Dr. E. V. Thompson went to Denver Tuesday for a week's visit with friends. A few $50.00 diamond rings at Dlx- on'g.Uint are, of yali, tluit; wUJt in-l icresi any, one, ( . Bo stire anil "com'6 tb,,J(h1P (Special sale of ladios' coats, suits and dressos at Wilcox Dopartmont Store. Minor Hlnman, of Kansas City, has been visiting relatives and friends in town this week. Wanted Live stock to winter, trees, spring water and hay. Paul Saul, 9 miles northwest. 94-4 Wanted to buy, a 3-horso motor and platform scales. Call at McKnln's meat mnrket or phone 51S. Jack Stack roturned Wednesday from Chappell whoro ho installed n heating plant for Simon Bros. Sorgo and jersey drosses for misses and children vory reasonably priced. E. T. Tramp & Sons. License to wed was granted yester day to Harrison Penwell, of Wood Riv er, and Anna McLean, of Cozad. For Sale Now Ollvor typewriter No. 9. A bargain. R. W. Adams at Dr. Brock's office. 9Qtf Attorney Albert Muldoon, of Oga lalla, was in town yesterday attend ing the session of district court. Jonteel Djor Kiss, Garden Glow and all leading toilet gift packages at. the Rexall. Earlo J. Smith returned Wednesday from Columbus where ho had been vis iting his parents for-tho past week. Fur sets for the girls, fur coats for the Indies, fur scarfs, muffs, newest styles, best (imllty In North Platte. The Huh. Will Yost returned Tuesday night from a ten day visit in Omaha and is again at his desk In tho county clerk's office. Hirschfeld's annual Xmas neck wear sale; beautiful men's holiday neckwear values up to $1.25, sale prlqe 09c, 3 for J2.00. Wm. Plttman loft Tuesday for Ex celsior, Springs where he will spend soveral weoks taking baths for rheumatism. Sacrifice sale, desirable closo south sldo residence property, if lulndled nulckly. Part cash. Call ojvner. Black 1148. OhoniB has TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9. Knowing that you will surely be interested in seeing the new things in Fur styles nnd new Furs, we cordially invite you to attend our Annual Fur , Style Exhibit and Sale ,of j 1855 The Albrecht Special Representative will be present and will show an endless variety of de signs in Neckwear, Muffs and Fur Garments in addition to our own stock. Should you contemplate anything in the way of a fur purchase you surely will see here just what you want, regardless of how much or how little you wish to invest. We hope to have the pleasure of seeing you at our Big Fur Style Show. Wilcox Department Store. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. H taMJII COAL ft IS NOAV BACK ON A WAR BASIS JtESTJUCTION Wartime restrictions on tho nation's use of coal, more stringent oven than .thoso employed during tho war, woro ordered into effect Monday to stavo ofT a fuel famine. Moved by roports of diminishing stocks and growing dan .cor of dlHtrcss in numerous sections, hisjjthe government sought no compro- Tmlso with striking mine-worKers InKwhoso -walkout forced tho emergency, but asked for national determination to endure privation and discomfort 94-:tuutll coal mining was resumed. Fuel nmirnmifvVdminlstrator Garfield, acting with arrived, but restrictions'1110 railroad administration, gave no on public gatherings precludes thoruco u,,u "eroaiier omy uio ossonuiu possibility of holding rehearsals. consumors Included In Jho firat nye l-ciasses 01 mo wur jirjorinuB ni wouiu bo supplied with coal, and asked tho au- CAULISLE, NOTORIOUS BANDIT, CAPTUKEO NEAlt DOUGLAS Hirschfeld's annual Xmas neckwear,. , suit.-, UJgll BIUUU bllllb III UAUIUH1VH UC-,,,t ., 11 ,, m(i n11 the. Tho order, which made national $2.50, sale price $1.39, 3 for $4.00, The Presbyterian ladles hold their annual fair and Berved a cafeteria 1 those restrictions already put Into supper In tho church basement Wed- local effect by regional coal commlt nesday evening and woro llborally pat- tees, where tho pinch of fuel short ronized. ng0 ims boon felt, cuts off supplies W. H. McDonald left Wednesday , from all but transportation agencies night for Rochester, Minn., whoro he which includes inland and coastwlso will havo nn examination made at the' shipping, as woll as railroads, federal Mayo Bros, hospital. Ho was uccom-Und local government Institutions and panled by Mrs. McDonald. I establishments, including concerns ' wnrlrlni' nn irnvnrniiiniit. u. aa0 tr William Carlisle, traln'bandit, again is a prisoner under guard in tho Doug las hospital, whero ho is suffering from a bullet holo in his right lung. Ho was Bhot down by Sheriff A. S. Roach, of Wheatland, Tuesday aftor noon after ho had been Burroundcd In tho cabin of Frank Williams, eight eon miles southwest of Douglas. Carlisle's trail through a heavy snow In tho Laramlo Peak country was followed from early Sunday morning by two posses of 20 men. Tho train bandit escaped from tho posso earlier In tho day by Jumping from a window of tho Widow Bray's ranch homo as tho posso members en tered. Carlslo solzed a pistol as Sheriff Roach entered tho Williams homo, but before tho bandit could flro tho sheriff had sent a bullet through tho bandit's right lung. First aid treat ment was givon tho outlaw nnd ho was carried down tho mountain strapped to a pack horso and taken to Douglas in an automobile. Carlislo has boon In tho Laramlo Peak country since his oscapo after robbing tho Los Angoles limited train near Medicine Bow on Novem ber 18th. Lottora and tulegrauis pur porting to havo boon from tho bandit In Denver and other parts of tho coun try woro frauds. Ho mado im at tempt to conceal his Idontlty. J Dalanco llko ront buys C room en tirely modern stucco houso, garago for 2- cars, cornor lot. Call owner, Black C3i. 92tf ::o:: - Try tho Roxall first, It payB. Hirschfeld's annual Xmas neckwear sale; wonderful aBsortmont of mon's high grade silk nockwear, values up to $2.00, salo prlco $1.19, 3 for $3.50. IUxbn & Son, Sight Specialists. contracts; public utilities, Including nowspapers 1 and retail, dealers. Railroad adminis tration officials conceded that It meant widespread cessation of Industrial op erations, only justified by tho gravity of tho situation. Officials said that tho terms of the See the pretty Xmas cardB and cal endars on our Xmas table In tho mil-, Hnery department at Block's storo. Queen Quality Shoes for ladles at, Wilcox Department Store. ' C. S. Nolman, of Tlfton, Iowa, ar-i rived in tho city yesterday morning, fn. r. '(.-! ...1,1, l,f -1 ,1 . r rt 1 ' ima: M 0 bn her ' " i?" lilt L'l I'lllHNI II IMM Mill! YJLIIill-Kfll III III" for the past throe weeks. rnl !irrnncTmniits. sn tlinx einnrireil- For Salo A bargain: 8 room houso,! clcfl col,iti bo met by, action best modern except heat; has garago, barn 8Uucd to that result. Industrial es- anu coai sneu. l'liono blnclc 1132, 408 east Eleventh street. 8Gtf We havo a choice lino of Japanese sowing, glove and handkerchief boxes. Also ninny other Japanese articles suitable for Xmas gifts In tho mllll nory department at Block's store Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goller arrived Tuesday from St. Joe and will mnko North Platte their home. Mr. Goller Is a brother-in-law of H. I. Block nnd will bo associated with tho Block storo. Hirschfeld's, tho storo of practical glftB for men. tabllshments oporatlng their own. power plants will bo forced to shutj dpwn when present supplies aro ox-' hausted,whllo tho operations of those whoso power is supplied front! public utility plants will bo curtnllod, or continued In tho discretion of local agencies and officials. Doctor Gar-1 creen Classics $? X JncoYporated m distributed by KlBTRO Pictures Corporation - bee x an All Star CastincluJ ing King Baggot and Claire Whitney, taken f roij a play that thrilled two continents. A special productlol, a stber feature, with a cast made up from a cluster of stirs. , AtWhe Sun, Tlree Dtys, Commencing Dec. 9. Report reaches town that nulto a numbor of country schools In tho coun ty havo closed on ccoount of lack of fuol. Others aro expected to closo as soon as tho stock of coal on hand Is exhausted. Special Homo cured bacon 35c per pound. Brodbeck's Meat Markot. tf Ovvon Jones loft last night for By ron, Cal., to romaln two weeks thonco to Oregon City, Ore., to visit relatives. Ho will then go to Los An goles, whoro Mrs. Jones has been vis iting for two weeks, and remain until spring. Dr. Morrill, Dontlst. Offlco over Wil cox Dopartmont Store. tf A tolographlc messago received yoB tcrday by Managor Garman from tho managor of "Tho Masquorador" stated that owing to a change of routo It will now bo possible to havo an 8:00 o'clock curtain Instead of 7:30 as was former ly advortlsed. Wo do al kinds of genoral ropalr work, John H. Null, COG Locust. 89tf Tho attraction at tho Kolth this ev ening will bo "Fair and Warmer," a farco that is bo full of funny situations and complications as to koop tho audl- onco In laughtor from Btart to finish. Tho company comos recommondod ns an cxcellont ono. Duros Jersey malo hogs, registered t'has. Smith thrco miles east of town. 92tf field noted furthor that tho "govern ment would bo glad to leave super vision and control of the distribution by retail dealers entirely to any state, county or municipality which may mako provision therefor." I Tlincn nrmnirnmnnfa If Wn ft U 11 f- J'" froHtnil. wnulil nil lie mnlntnlned Christmas Tiddings Never before have we had such prosperity. People are ready to buy and have the cash to pay for their purcllasc and consequently the merchant is confronted with a scarcity of merchandise. It is not a question of price but a question of supplying the trade. Every mechanic is overworked and we urge our patrons to Shop Early for Christmas. The engravers for your Ivory are working overtime now. By buying at once you have a lar er assorlmcnt for your selection, jt is easier to have three weeks in which to pay for it and you eliminate the probability of not getting what you'" want. while they proved adequate, but tho federal government would hold a fl-' nal power to Intervene by cutting off( coal supplies whoro rationing meas ures are not bolng fairly or fully taken. J Opens Recruiting Office. Sergeant G. F. Johnson arrived in town Tuesday and opened a recruit ing offlco In room 238 of tho federal building. In addition to recruiting j men for the sorvlco, ho is prepared, to lsfiuo sorvlco buttons to those who havo not alrendy obtained them, nnd. to give information relative to dis charge papers, back travol pay and other matters portalnlng to ox-BorvIco mon. ::o:: Breaks a Leg. George Partridge, a rosldont of tho Fourth ward and who Is employed by tho Union Pacific, foil and broko a leg Tuosdny and was takon to nn Omaha hospltjal. Tho fracturo oc curred above tho kneo of a leg which had provlously boon amputatod at tho kneo and ho hnd beon using an artific ial limb. roit SALE. Now modern houso, oak finish, corn or location, with very llttlo oxponso could bo mado Into a doublo Iioubo. Rent from half would mnko goodly payments on property. Priced nt cost of construction. Phono Red 834 you We have just received a complete stock of Palmers Garden Glo in the sets and individual numbers. Un doubtedly the greatest toilet pro duction on the market. You can make an acceptable gift for as low as 65c and as high as $10. Let us show you this line. We have a large line of the standard make of toilet articles such as Hudnuts, Col gates and Djerkiss, Bill folds, Purses, Cigars, Whitmore's Candies, Thermos Boatles, and Lunch Kits, Parker Fountain Pens and Ever sharp Pencils are all acceptable gifts. Large Assortment of Ivory Life size Dolls that say "Mama". Service that ServeS McCRACKEN DRUG CO. FAMILY DRUGGIST, Hotel McCabe BIdg. Phone Number 8 North Platte.