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Evoialiarp Ponolls. Dixon, Tho Jew olor. Mrs. Doltolr returned tho first of tho woolc from Donvor. Burnoy Davis, of Donvor, was In tho olty yosterday. R: II. Knowles. of Paxton, visitod In this city Weilnostlay. John Nelson spent Wednesday In Sterling on business. Miss Mablo McVIckor of Loxlnnton Is In tho city on buslnoss. Elizabeth DIork, of Chappol, loft tho first of tho week for her homo. Mrs. Fred Rasmusson, of Horshoy, was a visitor lu town yostorday. Emolla Osantoowskl loft tho first of tho week for her homo In Paxton. A. P. Kelly left Wednesday for a fishing trip In tho Oshkoah country. Mrs) A. N. Stevens left, tho mlddlo of tho week for her homo in Chappol. Mrs. O. V. Hollen, of Paxton, spent Wednesday in tho city on business. William Brown, of Alliance, was a buslnoss visitor in tho city yesterday. Now wool hosiery in all tho wanted shades at BLOCK'S. Mrs. John Tigho is visiting at tho Wilfred Stewart homo in Lexington. Your eyes and their consult Dixon & Son, Sight Specialists. Miss MInnio Sudman, of ,'Sarben, Hpont Wednesday shopping in tho city. T. 0. Patterson will leavo tomorrow for Chicago whero ho will visit rela tives. , i Remember tho special Fur Exhibi tion, Thursday at Wilcox Department Store. Miss Nina Rasmussen is reported to be very ill at .tho Platte Valley hos pital. . . Mrs. AV. Crawford, of Caspar, Wyo., TT,aa in tho city visiting friends yes terday. ,. 4J. Don't forget Tuos. and Wed. at the Sun. Constance Talmage, in Search of A Sinner. , Hugh Hirschfeldt left yesterday for Grand Island yrhere ho will transact ibusincss. Ask to see our new gauntlet gloves at tho prices we aro selling them. BLOCKS! Don't forget Tiles, and Wed. at tho Sun. Constanco Talmage, In Search of A Sinner.' Mr. and Mrs. "William Hawley and -John left-Wednesday for a-short trip to Denver. Berlo Lloyd and family of Well floet, wore buslnoss visitors in tho city yesterday. Mrs. Clark LeDloyt, of Mullen, camo Wednesday to visit at tho Herman Lcc Dioyt home. Have you noticed the diamond dis play in Dixon's window? It will in terest you. Diamonds from tho mines before being cut. Victor Halligan left yesterday for IPaxton whero ho will attend to some legal business. Como and tako advantago of our 32-inch gingham which is being sold this week at 35c per yd. Johnson Dept. Store. Mrs, Harry Murrln and daughter Harriot returned Wcdnosday from a trip to CheyonnCj ' Mrs. J. Quinn and daughtor Eilcou arrived homo Tuosday from a short visit In Choynnc. Joo Devler, of Overton, loft Wednes day for hlg homo after transacting business in tho city, Mrs. P. A. Norton loft Wcdnosday ovoning for Dos Moines, Iown to vfsll frionds for a few days. ' Arthur Nolan roturnod Uio first of. tho wook from Alliance whero ho visit ed friends for a few days. Editor Fred Rasmusson of tho Hor shoy Timos spont a day or two in North Platto tho first of tho week. Miss Isabollo Stafford, of Paxton, loft the first of tho weok for her homo aftor visltlife Miss Lorctta Murphy. Miss Emily Coatcs writes that she is now employed as head sales lady In tho largest millinery shop In. "Port land. A lino of real nifty drcssos ut the Johnson Dept. Store. Tho prico ?13.G0 to $G3.G0 wo know will ploaso you as well as tho class thoy have. Bishop Duffy, of Grand Island, con ducted tho confirmation services at St. Patrick's Church on Thursday morning. .Frank S. Perdue, former Deputy Stato Superintendent of Schools in Nebraska, wns a buslnoss visitor in (North Platto yesterday. A very nifty lino of millinery has just been received at Tho Johnson Dept. Storo at vory moderate prices from $5.50 to $15.00.' Now Dress Girdles and Ribbons and Tassels for making them at Wilcox's. Munsingwear for tho wholo family at "Wilcox. Department Store. Mr. and Mrs. James Frazler, fonrier citizens of North Platte, who. now re side at Maxwell, spent a few days in tho city tho first of the week. Ask to Beo our Wonderful coats' ranging in prico from $25 to $50. TJie,y surely are wonders at the price, you will say so too, when you see them at BLOCKS. Tho W. Pu C. will hold a social at tho homo of Mrs. Harry Cramor, Wed nesday, Oct. 27th. This function will bo hold in tho afternoon and all mem bers and their friends aro invited. Mrs. Wm, Paltier and daughter left yesterday for their homo in Denver aftor spending a week at tho W. H. (LoDIoyt home. They were accompan ied 'by Mr. ami Mrs. Clark LcDIoyt of Mullen. Just Received! Another large ship ment of New Fall Satin and Taffeta ovorblouses in all tho, wanted now autumn shadeB and priced very reas onably at, BLOCK'S. Tho Waist Store of Tho Town. Tho AK Chapter of tho P. E. O. sis terhood mot, at tho homo of Mrs. Eyans Wednesday afternoon. Vice president Mrs. Church presided dur ing tho business session after which Mrs. J. G. Beeler had charge of the program. Pleasing numbers on tho Jplano were rendered by Misses Janet McDonald and Virginia Scott. Tho rest of tho afternoon was spent in social conversation. IiEAGUE OF 1V03EEX YOTEKS TO HOLD INTERESTING MEETING GOD SAID "Remember The Sabbath Day To Keep It Holy." Holiness begins with Worship in the House of God. First Evangelical Lutheran Church REV. C. FRANKLIN KOCH, Pastor. Morning Worship 11 o'clock. Evoning Worship 8 o'clock. Sunday School 9:45 A. M. A meeting is to bo hold at tho iFrnnklin Auditorium this ovoning un dor tho auspices of tho Leaguo of Women Votors at which onch of tho Political partioa.;Wlll. bo represented by n spoakor, Mrs. Thomas Axtoll will talk for tho Socialists, Thos. Or ton will uphold the principals of tho Non-Partisan Loaguo, Rev. Stovcns will prosent tho faith of the Prohibi tion party, John J. Halligan will ex plain tho alms of tho Domocratlc parly, and somo Bpoakor, not yot an nounced wiirmalntnln tho prlnclploe of tho. Republicans. It la froo and Is going to bo Interesting. DUMtOVEJIKNTS AUK 3IAIH2 OX TEXTUAL SClIOOli CAMPUS. Now sldownlks are being built on the campus of tho Central High School. A concroto walk connecting the Central and tho Franklin build ings is being raised and made level with ndjoining walks. Tho spaco be tween tho two buildings la being lad out to walks and drives. Thoso walks aro of Btonefc which was taken from other parts of tho school properly. Allan' NEEDS FLYIXG CADETS. Tho local recruiting office received Instructions to securo young mon to bo trained ns Flying Cadets, for this service tho government will pay $75 per month, $1.00 per day for rations and furnish quarters, clothing and equipment. After completing tho course pro scribed for tho training thoso who successfully pass tho required exam ination will bo given commissions as Second Lieutenants In the Air Servlco Reserve. TROOP TWO, BOYSCOUTS, ENTER TAINS TROOP COMMITTEE. Tho regular weekly meeting of Troop Two, Boy Scouts, was held Tuesday evening at the homo of Don ald Russell. After tho meeting, an oyster supper was given in honor of! tho Troop Committo, composed of F. L. Mooney, William Hendy and E. J. Vnnderhoof. Speeches woro mado by Carl Hollman, Scout Commissioner and by Elmer Stephens, Scoutmaster of Troop Two as well as tho visitors. Tho meeting closed with rousing cheers for the Scout mothers who' provided tho supper. STUDENTS HOLD RALLY BEFOltEj NORTH PLATTE-CREIGIITON GAME. I Tho students of tho Senior and Junior High Schools hold a rally last night In proparatibn for tho football gamo to bo held this afternoon. Head ed by tho Cadet Band the procession marched up Dewey Street and back to tho block south of tho High School,' whore a bonfire In the center of tho road' completed tho celebration! A number of unique banners and pieces added to the attractiveness of tho parade. Hi bR Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi S Hi!fiHi!fiHiHiHiHiffi i Special Fur Day Thursday, October 28th. Albrechts'Fur Man will be with us on that dale. This is fi their annual visit and will afford all of our customers an oppor- tunity to see a great variety ol fine furs in kinds and qualities that we do not carry in our stock. If you want a nice Coat or Hj Cape or a fine Scarf of any -kind, this is your best chance to jjjs buy real furs. Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Wilcox Department Store JCUYMEN TOR THE COMING TEHJI OF DISTRICT COURT IS SELECTED. THIS IS SALVATION Alan WEEK IN NORTH PLATTE. A Committee of business mon ,1s so liciting funds this week for tho Sal vation Army. In tho main this com mittoo reports a pleasant drive. Oc casionally it asks a man for a sub scription and receives a growl. On the wholb tho reputation of tho Sal vation Army hero is vory high. Tho boys who saw service in Franco rec ommend It heartily. -::o: :- LOCAL A.ND PERSONAL C. E. Rossiter left Thursday for Omaha on a business trip connected with tho Fraternal Aid Union. I'omo and tako advantage of our special offering of outing llannol " hich In being sold nt 23 and 3Cc a yard, at tho Johnson Dopt. Storo. Miss Noll Coonoy will loavo this ovoning for hor homo In Ovorton to spend a fow days. If tho suit you have admired horo is still hero, you can now buy that vory samo suit at a saving In prico of 25 nt Block's. North Platto's Lead ing Women's Storo. Last Monday tho County Commis sioners selected tho following froo holders for tho November term of tho District Court, which will open on tho 8th. Haldwin, Alec, Dickens, Willow Cochran, L. M. North Platte, Lemon Carey, George, Horshoy', Nichols Churchill, J. R. North Platte, East Ilinman Fulk, Henry, Sutherland, Sutherland Fox Ed, Stuploton, Garilold Greeley A. E North Platto, Myrtle Granger, Guy L., North Platto, No. 2 Hayden R. V., Wallace, Wallaco ' Hlbbs C. II. Wellflect, Somerset Hughes A. W., North Platte, No, 4 Hunter Ed, North Platte, Sellers Jopsen, Martin, Maxwell, Well Jeffers, Tom, North Platte, No. 4 Johnson, Harry A., Urady, Brady Larson, G. R., Gothenburg, Peckham Long, Jess, North Platte, Hall Miller, Ben, Brady, Antelopo Mapes, R. L., Sutherland, Sunshino Penry, C, Sutherland, Fairvlow t Pratt, Roy, North Platto, No. 3 ( Saxon, J. M Sutherland, BIrdwood White, Talmadge, Horshoy, Nowoll Wills Chareton, Wollflcct, Buchanan YOUR EYES will have to last all your life. A groat responsibility is placed upon them. Every ono should sco that their eyes are In prefect condition. Dixon '& Son arc equipped to givo first class service. OLD RESIDENT PASSES AWAY AT WELLELEET, MONDAY Mrs. Amy E. B. Votaw died at WoM Iloot Inst Monday nt tho ago of 01 years, 4 months and 20 days. Sho was born May 22, 1829. Tho fun oral wns hold at hor homo In Wellflect nnd she was burled In the cemetery there. Mrs. Votaw was tho mother of a largo fam ily of boys and girls nnd hold a largo placo in tho hearts of all who know hor. :o: :- LOCAL ANT) PERSONAL Mr. Roche of Chappol Is visiting his sister Katherlno Roche. Mrs. W. H. Malso nnd son loft tho first of tho week to visit friends In Omaha and Hastings. Hundreds of now fall silk waists in Gcorgetto silk cropo and satin specially priced nt $4.08, $7.50 and $9.98 at Block's. Tho Litorature, Music and Art De partment of tho Twontlcth Contury Club will hold its regular mooting next Tuesday afternoon at FiremanB Hall. Treasurer Souder is sending out postal announcements this week con corning tho 1920 personal tax, which Is now payable. CRYSTAL fofafday and Monday WM. S. HART IN DEVIL'S DOUBLE'' Western men, western women, the tang of great open spaces that's what this picture gives you. Saturday Comedy, "A Lady's Tailor" Monday Comedy, "Wild, Wild West,,' with Milburn Moranti. f.JJ..J..M.M. ... ..... Before and After The Stork! Arrives ft ft ft ft Before the stork arrives let us supply you with all tho in cidentals which you must have for baby's happiness, beau- ty and health. Our stock is always fresh and complete. Let us help you bo ready to receive tho littlo stranger. Afterwards you know we cany complete lines of foods and other baby needs. uummere-uent Drug to. 1 ft i :,t .t I I ft ft HON THIS (MX T. mUtt. WEED OUT THE SCRUB Scrub stock never pays.lt is a flash in tho pan For continuous success tho pure-bred is the winner. A good sire will help you to make the start to ward better livestock on your farm. You can be assured this bank will help you. Tho development of better stock in this com munity will mean the development of a better and for that reason, if no other, tho officers of this bank would stand squarely behind tho move ment. Talk it over witli us. The Platte Valley State PBank NORTH PLATTE, NEB. Mutual Building & Loan Association of North Platte. INCORPORATED IN 1887. Resources $1,370,427.14; SAFETY PIltST. Investors in this association get the benofits of the following requirements of the laws of Nebraska under which it is operating: First. The association is required to invest only in first mortgages on real estate or the stock of this associa tion. Second. Such investments aro. non-negotiable and non-assignable, and can only bo discharged by payment direct to the association. This is a vory important pro tection not available to any financial institution except Building & Loan Associations. Third. Tho association is subject to the supervision of the State Banking Board. How well the intorcsts of the investors in this as sociation have been safeguarded is evidenced by; the fact that in the more than thirty three years of its operation not one dollar has been lost. T. C rATTEIlSON, President. HESSIE V. SALISBUliY, Sccrotnry.