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Wj YOUR EYES Vfl
.MISS KKAMI'II KI.KCTKW I'KESI
1 DKNT AM) OTIIKK OFFH'KJtS
A UK KLKCTKI).
Your eyes are your bread winners. Take care of
of them. If you would stop and think what it
would mean to be deprived of your eye-sight, how
utterly helpless you would he, you wouldn't abuse
your eyes in the least but would take the greatest
care of" them always.
The moment you feel that anything is wrong, if your
sight is blurred, if you feel dizzy, if your eyes tire
easily, you should not lose a minute in having them
examined. By being prompt in attending to your
eyes at the first sign of trouble you will be able
to have the defect speedily and permanently cured.
Clinton, The Jeweler.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Mfs. Will Hawlcy Is reported quite
sick and It Is feared that she will
liavo to have an operation.
Miss Pauline Brown, late of Lin
coln, has accepted a position In the
Dickey confectionery store.
Judge II. M. Grimes and Court Re
porter P. J. Barron loft yesterday
morning for Chappell whore they will
hold a term of the district court.
The Uttlo son (f Mr. and Mrn
Thomas Austin, residing on west
Fourth street, foil from a tree Tues
day and broke one of his arms, j
For Rent House at 20G West Gth
street. Soo Mrs. n. D. Thompson at
Miss Lillian SIckB returned Wednes
day from a visit of some time with the
Pushman family near LeMoyne. Mrs.
I'ushman nnd her daughter returned
with Miss Sicks for a visit of a few
Tho most elaborate scenic produc
tion that has graced tho stage of tho
Keith theatre will bo vlslblo Monday,
October 5, when Tho Princess Rou
lette comes for an engagement. Tho
action of the musical play Involves
live different and distinct scenes.
Tiger Press DrlllH and binding twine
at Hershy's, opposlto postolllce. C9tf
The Uttlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Watklns was taken (o a doctor's
olllco Tuesday to.rocolvo treatment
for a sprained wrist and It was found
that one bono In tho wrist had been
rracturcd. Tho little girl foil while
roller skating on the sidewalk.
For "Rent Two front rooms fur
nished, for two or three gentlemen,
modern. Apply to Mrs. W. O. Lewis,
520, east Fifth street.
W J.-Tlloy, state manager of the
Yeomen, returned Tuesday afternoon
ronvan extended trip over tho cast
and northern parts of tho state. While
on his' trip ho Instituted two now
lodgc8tono at A'nsworth and ono at
ShortJjorn Bull, 18 months old for
sale, Inquire of J. F. SchinalzrIed.79-5
Tho returns from the world's cham
pionship baseball games which start
In Thili'dolphla October 9th, will bo
received hero at Green's pool hall. Tho
games will start at 2 o'clock there
which will bo ono o'clock here. When
thoy aro played In Boston thoy will
htart at two o'clock, and that will be
Milton Schuster and tho Graces of
Musical Comedy under tho direction
of Ned Alvord, will bo at tho Keith
for thrco daj'B on October Gth. Tho
company numbors nearly a quarter of
n hundred and It Is reported to bo ono
of tho best nnd cloanost song shows
on tho road.
Dr. I). T. Qulgloy, who had previ
ously purchased Dr. Dent's Interest In
tho building on tho corner of Fourth
and "Willow occupied by tho North
Platte gohcral hospital, sold the saino
this week to John Bratt for a consid
eration of ?G-,B00. It Is said that Mr
Bratt has a prospectlvo buyer for tho
Articles of Association are Adopted
l) Those Present. .Meeting to Plan
Uork will be Held .Soon.
SOCIETY AND CLUBS.
Wilfred Stewart of Lexington, spent
Sunday visiting friends In this city.
Miss Jassamlne Flynn Is spending
this week visiting .relatives In Ogal-
Mrs. F. C. Lelts returned Wednes
day from a brlof visit with friends In
ilarry Flolshman returned yester
day from a visit with rolatlvos and
frlonds In Omnha.
Mrs. VoorhccsB Lucan left yester
day morning for Lincoln, where she
will vjslt for sovoral days.
Father Sullivan, of Elm Creek, Is
spending this week visiting In the
city with Rev. Fr. McDald
Mrs. Major from Alabama is visit
ing in tho city for some tlmo at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Maloney.
Mrs. A. J. Salisbury was a visitor
in Hcrshey Wednesday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Harry Holllngsworth.
Miss Vora Wnrrlngton loft yester
day morning for Stockton, Calif,
where sho will make an extended visit.
Miss Margaret McGlnley Is expected
here soon from a vls(t with relatives
and friends In tho east part of the
MIh Florence McKay, who has been
spending several months with rela
tives In Canada, Is expected home In
n few di.8
Mrs. R. T. Tramp and Mrs. Herbert
Trnmp returned Wednesday morning
from Lincoln whore they spent some
tlmo visiting frlonds.
L. P. Jensen, of the Harcourt &
Jesen store, left yesterday for Council
Bluffs to spend a short tlmo looking
after some business matters.
George Fried loft this week for
Omaha and points cast vhere ho will
spend some tlmo on n vacation. Mr.
Fried travels out of tills city.
Willis Todd, of Omaha, president
of tho local electric company, spent
several days In town this week noting
tho progress made In tho construction
of tho new plant.
Will Sherwood, a former North
Platto boy now traveling for tho
Hnrlowc Shoo Co, of St. Louis, was
vlBltlng friends nnd calling on trado
in this city Wednesday.
Mrs. Jeff Thompson nnd son, of
Stapleton, wcro business visitors In
tho city Wednesday. Mrs. Thompson
Is arranging to send hor son to tho
state agricultural school at Lincoln
for this coming yenr.
Mrs. W. T. Beory, of Grand Island,
formerly a resident of this city, visit
ed In tho city for a few days this week
with friends. ' She enmo hero to at
tened tho party given Wednesday af
ternoon by Mesdames Hlnninn, Twin
em and White.
Nearly a hundred people represent
ing nearly nil of the organizations
of the city attended the meeting Wed
nesday evening at the library building
for the purpose of forming an organi
zation of Associated Charities. Much
interest was shown and those present
were enthusiastic over getting the or
ganization consumatcd as soon as
The meeting was called to order
by B. F. Secberger of the Chamber
of Commerc'l and he waa elected
chairman of the meeting. He brought
with him articles of assocatlon which
were then read and taken up for
adoption. They were taken up one
article nt a time and were adopted
with a few amendments and were
thoroughly discussed by those pres
ent. The matter of electing the officers
was then taken up and Miss Kramph
was elected president. Sho responded
with a short speech in which she gave
some good ideas of what would be
expected of the organization. Edgar
Schiller was elected vice-president of
the organization and the following
were elected as the other five mem
bers of the executive board: E. H
Evans, Dr. N. McCabe, Leonard B
Dick, Mrs. J. G. Beeler and Rev. J
L Barton. Tho secretary and treas
urer are to be appointed by this exec-,
utlvo board and will work undor Its
The meeting was then turned over
to discussion and a number expressed
Ideas as to the workings of the or
ganization. James Keefe spoke in
behalf of the B. P. O. E. and stated
that he was authorized to say from
them that they stood ready to help
In any way desired. If It was work
they were willing to do it and If It
was money thoy were willing to con
tribute their share. Several others
spoke regarding the different prob
lems that would present themselves
and upon the possibilities of tho or
ganization being a big factor in
promoting community work here.
Miss Kramph was then called upon
for a talk on the different phases of
the work and she gave some interest
ing farts. Among the things she em
phasized for the work of the organi
zation was "restoring people' self
roipeet." She stated that fop. .many
times people are pauperized by Ue
giving or cimrity when instead. they
should be brought to see that they are
only laboring under difficulties and
that they still have it In them to do
something for themselves Instead .of,
being subjects for charity. She stated
that the work this year would be only
experimental and that many errors
would be made and much criticism
would bo incited, but that it should
got busy and really do things.
After some other discussion the
iii"eting then adjourned to meet at
the call of the president.
Beautiful decorations, gorgeous bo
qut8 of garden flowers and many
nice gowns characterized the informal
coffee which was given Wednesday
afternoon at the I. O. 0. F. hall by
Mesdames H. S. White, Y. A. Hinman
and J. S. Twlnem. Two hundred and
twenty-eight guests were entertained
and all pronounced the entertainment
pne of the most successful ever held
In this city.
The sh ados were drawn In the beau
tiful hall and the subdued electric
lighting showed off the decorations to
the best advantage. The hall was lit
erally strewn with flowers, as they
were placed In every available nook
The guests were met at the door
by Mesdames Beeler, Scott, Rlncker
and Grimes and were ushered into
the reception hall where they were
seated by Mesdames Wilcox and Pros
ser. Five tables were served and the
two-course luncheon was very nice.
At the tables Mrs. Field and Mrs.
Morey presided at the coffee urnB and
Misses Elizabeth Hinman and Virginia
Dullard assisted. The guests were
served by Misses Helen Gleason,
Georgiana McKay, Dorothy Hinman
Esther Hogsett, Georgia Hoxte and
Florence Wilcox. The tables were
profusely decorated with garden flow
ers and on a beautiful linen and lace
center piece In thee enter of the table
stood a boquet of KUlarney roses.
A nice musical program was pre
sented which was much enjoyed by
the guests. The following took part:
Instrumental, Misses Esther Hogsett,
Dulcoe Frater and Mayme McMlchael
ad Mrs. Cram; vocal, Mesdames Cra
mer. Lelnlnger and Wirt. Little Thel
ma Starr pleased the guests very much
with two sons, "Papa Has a Sweet
heart," and a lullaby. She provoked
much praise from the guests both for
her sweet voice and her rendition of
the two selections. Mrs. Carl Bon
ner played thee accompaniment for
A number of out-of-town guests at
tended the party which was the much
more of a success for Its Informality.
The program was Interspersed be
tween the other events and lastea
during the entire afternoon. All who
attended were much pleased and were
enthusiastic in their praises of the en
Onlj a few lots and acreage tracts
left In the Coilj'.s Additions and sub
divisions. These will be hold out next
month. Prices nnd forms to suit
ever) body. Wntch for iiiiouiicenienf.
Notticc For Bids.
Bids will bo received to and Includ
ing Oct. 3, 1914, for the sale of the two
atory franio house, known as the Par
ish House, corner of Fourth and Syc
amore streets'. Tho committee re
servos the right to reject any or 'djl
bldB. Arrangements can bo made for
tho removal of the building, to suit
tho purchaser. E. W. Mann, chairman,
Guy Swope, Dr. J. B. Redfleld, com
Miss Irene Hubbard will entertain
this evening at her home on east
Second street In favor of Miss Pearl
The Catholic Girls' club was pleas
antly entertained Tuesday evening at
the home of Miss Hannah Keliher, the
occasion!) being the regular plate
showar for Miss Pearl Holland who is
to" be married soon. A pleasant even
ing was enjoyed with social converse
and sewing and a nice luncheon was
The Entre Nous club was pleasantly
entertained Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Russell Wyman. A
pleasant afternoon was enjoyed and
the prizes were'won by Mrs. Will Yost
and Mrs. James Dorram. At the close
of the afternoon nice refreshments
were served. The next meeting will
be held In two weeks at the home of
Mrs. John Bonner.
The Domestic Science Department
of the Twentieth Century Club held a
very interesting meeting at the home
of Mrs J. B Redfleld Monday after
noon Mrs. Redfleld gave a Washing
ton pie demonstration, menus were
discussed by Mrs. James Hart and Mrs.
T. C Patcrson, Miss Alice Birge
spoke on the nutritive values of food
and Mrs. Garllchs read a paper on tho
Wanted 4 modern rooms furnished,
must be first class. This office. 71-3
Miss Irma Johnston returned from
Grand Island yesterday after visiting
for a month in that city
It AlMi)K Does Uc Work.
"I Hko Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy bettor than unjv other," writcB
R. 13. Roberts, Homer City, Pa., "I
have taken It off and bti for years
and It has never failed to give the
desired results." For sale by all
. ;r7T ' v r,-..- r
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A Sign You
Ought to Heed
KJhe one sIumhi In miniature In the
hIkmc Illustration. You nre muiy from
j our lmiisis office, store or factor y cry
often, do jou kmn i,at is likelj to
liiijilii'ii nil) time Hint jou nre snwi), or
there, for that matter The one tiling
most certain ahout fires is their mi
eertalntj. mi iuMorkmn uhen they
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Scene from The Girl From Brighton, with The Graces of Musicol Comedy. At Keith Theatre Oct. 5-6-7.
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