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Y O U R EYES
TIItMklMl FUNSTONtfUNI) M
(JIVES AVHKCIATKI) UOXCKKT.
Deservd more consideration than anytjhinyou
have; your life depends upon them.
SAVE YOUR EYES.
In connection with our optical dept. we have a
complete lense grinding plant and for that
reason offer the best of service.
HARRY DIXON & SON.
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER.
Office over the McDonald
LOCAL AND PEBSONAL
Dr. Morrill, Dentist.
Elsio Cchagen has accepted a posi
tion aB clork in tho Herrod grocery.
i- - . i i .i
SeCUIUl IltUlU gUUUS UUUgllL UUU BU1U.
Confectionery stand, 218 E. 6th. 25-8
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gantt went to
Lincoln yesterday to visit friends for
a few days.
mi tit r m tt ...111 .
W. J X. U. Will 111CUL 1 UUSUUJ1
afternoon with Mrs. J. S. Butlor, 404
For Sale or Trade for a car A team
of mares weighing about 1.100 each.
Phono 786F13. 31-2
'Lester L. Walker has belan in town
this week transacting busiuess and
Bert Noble, carrier on Motor Router
A,. has resigned and will bo succeeded
Asparagus plants; green onion
stocks. North Platte Floral Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barraclough came
up from Grand island Wednesday to
visit friends for a few days.
E; R. Goodman klaves today for
Omaha to attend a meeting of tho
county food admjnistrators.
For Sale GOO bushel good 1916 torn.
Robt. Hoatson, 4 mi. north of Hershey.
- Judge J. S. HoagJIand returned Wed
nesday from Omaha where lm had been
transacting business for a day or two.
For Sale Two lots In tho 1,000 block
on east Fourth. Inquire of J. L. Mur
phy, 116 west Fourth. 34
Albert Schatz returned' yestorday
from Omaha where ho had been trans
acting business for a couplo of weeks.
Tonight's attraction at tho Keith
Will .ha tho Klelne feature "The Gift
of Gab" with tho.comedy "A Selfmado
For Farm Loans see Gone Crook,
Room west of Vienna Cafe.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith and chil
dren have roturned from southern
California where they spent about two
Miss M. Sieman, steam baths and
3wedish Massage, ladies and gentle
men. Phone 897. Brodbeck bldg. 85tf
Mr, and Mrs. Specht announce the
birth ,of a baby daughter at the Dr.
Fenner Osteopathic Hospital bn Wed
nesday. Bert Naperstek, now employed as a
conductor out of Evanston, has been
visiting relatives and friends In town
For Sale A Mandril graphanola, a
Harmony graphanola and household
goods. Phono Black 151 or call at 310
west A street.
fTM. O T r . 1. T.. A ..... .nM.1 nt On.nr.
X11U OUU11I llllUllliy UUMM, 1 Vllilll, i
iinstonwhlch ulncu April 5th n$r
ecu miikinir a tour of Nobraska towns!
C -If. l.-l.l i,l
ior ino(purpo80 oi uwiiKumiig murium.
ll3ftho Third liberty loan and keoplng
patriotism cfforvesclng, gavo a very
enjoyable concert at the- court houso
'pafk Wednosday ovcnlng. Intvarost
attaches to this band because nlKtho
twenty-nlno mombors rj Nebraska
boys, and as to tho morlt of tho organ
1 Izatlon a Bllver cup, won in competi
tion with eight other bands, is carrlfetf
Tho band arrived at 5:45 in tho
evening, and at soven o'clock as
8onibled at tho north end of Dewey.
1 rendered two selections and then
ImarchjFid to tho court houso park, fol
I lowed by a hundred or moro Homo
Guards marching in columns of fours.
; Tho "program consisted of eight or ten
j numbers, covering a wldo rang of
airs and a medley of popular songs.
John Pastor, the bandmaster, has an
organization of very capablo music
ians, and each selection was wtell ren
dered and received enthusiastic ap
plause by the 2,000 or moro who wore
At tho conclusion of tho first half of
tho program, Govornor Keith NovllU.
who hnd boon town or a" couplo of
days, was Introduced and watf loudly
applauded ub ho stopped forward on
tho balcony of tho court house. Tho
Governor had recently returned from
a visit at Camp Funston and Camp
Coily, and Iuei related sovoral amusing
incidents which occurred tc- him whllo
there. Ho spoko of the gonornl condi
tions of tho camps, which In every re
spect woro good, that tho men wero
wlril taken care of and that no finer
body of men could bo found In any
Tho concert was then resumed and
atJts conclusion a collection was tak
en to pay tho oxpenses of the band,
this being required of each town visit
ed. In our case tho railroad far)? from
Loxlngton and tho board and lodging
was required, this totaling somewhat
over ono hundred dollars. Tho col
lection amounted to $274.75. Part of
this balance will be used in purchasing
additional drums and flags for tho
Mrs. B. A. Cram and Mrs. W. A.
Skinner were in Gothenburg Wednes
day attending a district meeting of the
Methodist missionary socilety.
Mrs. J. T. Murphy and daughter,
Mrs. Sanford Hartman and Mrs. Irene
Crano went to Kearney yesterday to
attend a missionary confieirence..
Christian, Science service Sunday at
11 a. m., Sunday-school 12 noon, wed
nesday evening meetings 8 p m. Build
lng and Loan building. Room 25.
George Magncson. formerly of this
city but now of Oakland, Ual., stopped
over hero Wednesday on his way homo
from Chicago and visited at tho Nor
man. Louden homo.
For Sale Brood
R. McFarland has just received as a
cift a $20.00 fifteen egg setting from
John S. Martin, of Canada, who is tho
world's greatest breeder of Dorcas Riei-
gal and White Wyandottes.
huk UMMJ '
To tho woifien who long for "something different" In the matter of dress wo commend
these new blouses just fresh from the lending style centers.
There's an ldividuailty of stylo in every model, produced by some unique treatment
which will appeal with force to women who admire "the unusual."
Beautiful creations in silks of many weaves and colors for formal occasions and
stunning styles for street wear developed in voiles, organdies, batistes aro hero in an
array sure to please. Specially desirable are these noted below.
Cotton Blouses from $1.00 to $3.00.
Silk Blouses from $2.48 to $15.00.
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE.
INAUGURATE CAMPAIGN TO
SAVE 100,000 NAMES.1
Acting under Instructions and ro
quosts from tho federal government
the Lincoln County Baby Welfaro Com
mittee Is planning for weighing and
measuring and otherwise testing tho
babies of Lincoln, county. These tests
will bo held about tlUet middlo or May,
tho exact date to be announced later.
Tiio commiteo In a circular letter
Every year 300,000 children umWr 5
years of ago die In tho United States.
Ono half of these deaths aro easily
proventabl&; tho Government Is ask
ing its men and women to savo 100,000
of these precious lives April 6, 1918,
April C, 1919. Authorities agree that
this work must be developed NOW In
tho midst of ifKhaustlng war, THE
FUTURE OF OUR NATION MAKES
Nebraska's quota of lives to bo saved
is 1.318. and in the faco of tho many
other demands upon our men nnd wo
men Nebraska must and will meet this
o i M,m, oi tjm,oii quota. If argumont werut needed, It is
Sale At 1209 W. 2d. Household t?,imi t,, Mnn nr tim first draft
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Wm. Moloney, of Grand Island, camo
up Wednesday to visit relatives and
friends and to watch tho dancers at
tho May Party.
Gen'l. Manager Jeffers and Mrs. Jef-
fers, and R. R. Huntley, chief engineer
of ti& Unioil Pacific, camo up from
Omaha Wednesday evening to attend
tho May Party,
or aaie ai izuu w. zu. iiuubciioiui r...i i -aotf r flra .im
goods Including piano, all practically . - 4,, ,, ,m ,i i,i
nun. i. iiuiiu uiuta un. kia. r w,.,l,1 nn. II, ril mopn pnlnplnd
as physically unfit. A large propor
tion of tho rejections were for causes
dating back to childhood, which could
have boon, remedied had thoy been
treated at the right time.
DO YOU KNOW that Nebraska sta
tistics aro not recognized by the; Unlt
euVSthtes .Census Bureau, BECAUSE of
our very Incomploto registration ot
,-W.rths and deaths? Co-operato with
tho State Health Authorities tp Becuro
a 100 registration.
DO YOU KNOW the comparative ur
ban and rural death rate is approxi
mately 3 to 5, favoring tho city child,
BECAUSE cities maintain medical in
spection in their public schools nnd
other public health nurscis, free dental
Jim Coiinclfy woh discharged in tho
county court Tuesday on the charge of
selling boozo. Ed Ericsson' testified
that ho .paid Connelly seven dollars
for two pint bottl03 on April 22d, but
this' Connolly denied. Tho stato falling
to produce evidence supporting Erics
son, the d'cifendant was discharged.
V. H, Scharmann, of Beatrice,
formerly of this city, visited tho homo
folks and transacted buslenss in tljial
ft".. . .i I, M. n i.AHn i.n . , ..
HUUUUfl 1 tvifiiv: 1IU1U iiu iiui-
chaseid considerable hay which ho will
ship to Gage county where a ahortago
exists among tho farmerB.
Did you ever cry for, the moon?
Many people have, but few havo at
tained It. Douglas Fairbanks almost
attains it, and them, finds ho didn't want'cllnc, hospitals where maternity cases
Highest Cash Prices for Hens
We pay cash for Live Poultry want Hens, Springs,
-1918 Roosters, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys and eggs.
Call 192 for cash offers.
North Platte Produce Co.
A SPLENDID TONIC AND
A TREATMENT PREPARED OF
ROOTS, BARK AND HERBS.
FOR SALE AT
The 1?gyc Drug Store.
the moon after all. See "Reaching fon
tho Moon" at tho Keith next Monday
and Tuesday and undeiJtand why ho
didn't want what he thought ho did.
Carpets and rugs cleanod. Phone Rod
Mr. and Mrs. James Shoup, of South-
erland. were In town Wednosday, Mr.
Shoup coming down to attend the big
cattlo sale at the Cody ranch. Mr.
mioup is a caiue ouyer, loeuer uuu
Bhlpper, having handlcd about sixty
carloads since January 1st. Ho will
ship out three cars of corn fed steers
to South Omaha today.
In these days when tho world seems
to h-i In trouble all around tho imvp,
anything that would tend to break up
this trouble would bo welcomed with
open arms so to speak. Such a play
Is "The Trouble Buster" with. Vivian
Martin showing at tho Keith Saturday
night with tho two part Koystono
comedy "A Sanitarium Scandal."
Drum Major Beck, of tho Homo
Guards drum and bugle corps pres
ent plans calls for eighteen drummers
and ten. buglors. Ho has succeeded In
enlisting Uio services of i)ractlcally
all . tlia needed drummers, but so far
has succeeded In securing but two
1M .1 1 111.11
uro cared ior, annual -unoy neaiui
week, supervision of the milk supply
and othor sanitary measures. Tlilelro Is
no wealth llko health.
A definite working program prepar
ed by' tho Children's Bureau Is In tho
hands of each county chairman and
rchlld welfaro chairman. They should
havo tho loyal support and co-oporn-tlon
of every local organization and of
every Individual In tho community.
: :o: :
room modern iiinr(incii(.
Ml ATT, 000TWAN & 11UCKLKY.
31. E .Church.
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock tho
theme will (bo "Tho Undorglrding of
World Democracy." Tho Trinity of
Virtues that aro vital to a Democratic
world Tho Great opportunity for thd
Investment of life. A special Invita
tion is extended to all young people.
Sunday morning Sacramental servlcfci
11 a. m. Tho men's class contest be
gins Sunday. Lot eivery man wake up.
Wo aro at war, friendly war, bo nt
Sunday school men at 9:40 Sunday
THE UNIVERSAL CAR .
In busy cities or the country road, the Ford is u
favorite among motor cars, mere are strong reasons
why half the buyers of America demand Ford cars.
Thu imvn nrnvnil thoir worth under the most trvini!
conditions in all narts of the world. People buy
Ford cars because tney know wnai inoy nuve uuno
nnri mill An Thiv hnvfi henome one of tho OVerv-
day necessities. Will you not place your order for
one ot one? ,
Runabout $435; Touring Car $450; Coupelet $5G0;
Town Cor $645: Sedan $695; One-Ton Truck Chassis
$600. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. Your order
HENDY-0G1ER AUTO CO.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
PHYSICIAN 8t SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Physician, Surgeon, Obstetrician. X-RayY
For your comfort and accommodation The Nurse Brown
Memorial Homeopathic Hospital. Homeopathic medicine for
acute and chronic diseases. A trial will convince you that there
is no system of treatment its equal.
Office phone 183. v Residence p"hone 283.
Hospital Phone 110.
moraine. Junior League 3 p. m. Every
nas succeeueu in securing uut two , r r,g nsko(1 to bo at Ml8Blon Btudy
oxporloncod buglers Those desiring g ovonlng nt.5:30. Lunch 0:30.
to Join tho corns should see Drum i,. T .
r . - ir.uwcin 11 i.fi3iiriui f i. 111.
T n Tlwilr or rvtinn I . .
'v-v..v .v v...uu. You nra .Invitfvl.
A patriotic meeting nnd box social
was held Prluay evening by McNoal
school district 82, M. E. Crosby wns
Eugono Eamos, son ot E. J. Eamos,
vnnlnUn n9 TT G T.ITIfl nfflpn wlin
";i,S,Mr..",lla,f!!;ti ""SS"," !' bad- choree it tlio Stawoll Tola-
auctioned for tho most popular young
lady. The total receipts of $44.00
wero turned over to the Rod Cross
Trainmaster W. C. Sholver and MrB.
ho will enlist In tho navy.
If you want tho host that'B. niado In
Waists and Blouses you'll buy Wirth
moro Waists at fl.00 or Tho Wohvorth
Blouso at $2.00. Special, all sizes, fit
Shdlver wero host and hostess at a' ' overy body. On sal o only at THE
dlnnnr irlvnn nt. tholp hmnn TiirHidnv . LtVtAUiiill KlUiU. LU
ovonlng at which the guests woro tho
members of tho railroad Liberty bond
soliciting commltteo and local rail
road officials. Covers woro laid for
twenty-five and tho menu sorved by the
hostess proved a delight to tho dinors.
Toasts wero proposod and responded
to by practically all those present
Announcement waB made
Norvous fluttering or palpitation ot
tho heart does not lndlcato heart dls
oaso, generally it means disorder In
the stomach and lndlgostlon. Prickly
Ash Blttors is an efficient remedy In
such cases: It cleanses, strengthens
and regulates tho stomaoh, liver and
at tho bowols. removes tho causo of tho heart
mdcitlng last night thut all malo sing- symptoms and builda up a strong and
era who dcslro to Join tho Homo vigorous uoay. itico $1.20 por douwj.
Since I have sold tho gnrngo nm doing auto llrorj from Uio North Sldo
Barn.. Buy or Night Telopliono 29. Wo mako n specialty of drives to
sales all over tlio county at tho rato of flvo cents per mllo per person.
Thoso who havo sales throughout tlio country plcuso lot mo know.
Also a fow cars for sale. Night Call Bed 032.
YOU'LL STKIKE THE BIGHT SPOT.
If you come hero for your coal. For
horo thoro is a variety that giyoB you.
amplo cholco and a moderation In
prices which pormlts you to hubottor
coal for tho Banio monoy or.allows you
to obtain your accustomed quality nt
a decided saving.
LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTON
Guards Glco Club should at onco sond
their names to Paul Harrington of W,
H. Mungor for Immediate work. Whllo
wo aro not authorized to bo anounce,
wo haVd a lurking suspicion that tho
intention is to glvo a Homo Guards
minstrel Bhow, and tako.lt from us that
If such Ib truo it will bo some show.
A porson habitually constipated 1b
a shining mark for dlsoaso, because his
sysiom is iuu ot tno impurltlofl on knowing thomsolvofl indotuou wm
which dlsoaso germs thrive. Got rld'ploaso call nt thalr offlco, 020
?f tho habit quickly by taking Prlckloy Dowoy streot, and mako settlement of
Mi Blttors. It Is both stimulating and sarao, Dated April 18, 1018.
iurgatlvo. Prlco $1,25 pier bottlo. 1 F. J. DIE.VEB,
liincker Book & Drug Co , Special JOHN KENNEDY
Rlnokor Book & Drug Co,, Spaclal
. : :o:
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Parlner.
Tim firm of Dlonor & Kennedy,
dcalors in Real Estato and Insuranco,
Is this day desolved. F. J. Dlonor,
as liquidating partnor, will sottlo all
obligations of tho firm, and la auth
orized to colloct all claims. All 'parties
WE BUY YOUR HAY, GRAIN. SEEDS AND LIVESTOCK!
We s;ll Coal, Flour, Graham, Whole Wheat, Corn
Meal, Corn Chop, Barley, Chop, Salt, Shorts, Bran, Tankage
and Cotton, Linseed and Alfalfa Meal, mixed Chicken Feed
and all kinds of Grain.
, Quality guaranteed and SERVICE THE BEST.
Leypoldt 8c Pennington,
EAST FROiNT ST.
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