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tT.rrp, To assist JiIhi Jn Ills work ho 1ms
..Tdellcato Instruments with, which ho-f
is able to determine tho oxnet focnl
slate, or seeing (iimllty, of the eye,
mid to measure tlio strength of the
muscles t!mt rotnfo .the or.
Knowing these things accurately, ho
Is able to prescribe glaSscK which will
correct any defects 1h refraction .
Clinton's optical .department is
equipped with tlio bestmpdern appai$
rntus for testing eyes. Tho work Ifr
dono by an optometrist of long ex
perience and high professional stand
ing. It Is nn economical and safe place
to buy glasses.
C. S. Clinton
At the Sign with the Big Ring.
I IlED CROSS PLANS Bid
; DR. 0. 1L CRES&EnY
f. Qnbsite Dentist
'Offko over th McDonald
CITY AND flWUNXY NEWS.
Judgo Grlmea wont to Venango
yesterday on court business.
Ilsalo National Vacuum washer.
x A baby boy -was born Sunday after
noon to Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Eahloman,
ta their homo north of tlio city.
Dr. Morrill. Dentist
Mrs Strain Tho had been visiting
her slater Mrs. tBlla Lanyon, roturned
lO nor Jiowo ill ivuuriiuy yuaiuruuy.
' Miss Essio Wcssburg, clerk In tho
-county -Judge's office, left 'yesterday
for a two weeks' visit with her sister
' Mrs. O. B. Woolman roturned ta
Charles City, La., Wednesday aftor a
ylslt with her sister Mrs. E. W.
HARRY DIXON & SON, Optome
trists, grind thoir own lenses.
F. I. Moonoy and son Frank re
turned the early part of tho week from
vi8it..in Donvor, Colorado Springs,
' Bidestfes Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ellison roturn
ed the . early part of last weok from
a week's visit with relatives in Daw
Wanted Board and room la private
family, closo In, by man and wlfo.
Phono Black 276.
Tho mooting of tho "Ovor tho Top"
auxiliary to havo boon hold at tho
Carl Brooder homo this week has been
postponed for ono weok.
Will Allen nrrlvod'from Omaha a
few day) ago to accept a position in
thp'Landgrnf barber shop, in which ho
was employed Boveral years ago.
For Bale Yearling bull, good grade
Hbroford. II. E, Marshall, Phone
A. L. Katiold, of Laramie, chairman
of the protective board of the B. of L.
E, on tlio Union Pacific, waB in town
Wednesday whilo enrouto homo from
Wahtedj Furnished ailartjmcnt br
cottago, closo in, no children. Call Dr.
Upon complaint of City Plumbing
Inspector Valerius, Palmer and Lints
were fined $5.00 and costs In Justlco
Sullivan's court Wednesday for doing
work without a license. .
Your eyoB desorvo first considera
tion, your llfo depends upon them.
Consat.lt our Optometrist and see if
tliey are in porfect condition. HARRY
DIXON & SON.
JlOlNOS IlUJUNG TIIE FAIK.1
Through tho courtesy and with the
dsslstttnco of the county fair associa
tion, tho Bed Cross will conduct oven'
Ing programs at the fair grounds
during .tho continuanco of tho fair,
Setotcmbor 25th. 2Gtn, 27tH and 28th
Tentative arrangements havo been
made for running, pacing and trdtting
rnces at nlsht by the horses that will
bo entered In tho regular fair races,!
this being made possinio hy arc lights
being strung around tho track. In the
addition to tho horso races, several
ireo niiracuons wmcu iiu-ve ucent
ortgaged by tho fair association
will also give evening exhibitions. In
fact the amusement program In the
evening will bo almost a replica ot
tho nftcrnoon sports
Tho ned Cross will have full charge
of tho ticket sales and will recolve
tho full benefit of tho gate receipts,
which no doubt will bo heavy. Tho
Red Cross needs funds and this is a
most excellent way in which to re
plcnlsh tho treasury,
Boys Go July 2."th.
Tho registration board hasf been
notified that tho Lincoln county con
tingent to Camp Dodge will leave the
night of Thursday, July 25th, on train
rri, T (nnntn nnM. U.m UNO. 1 1J1U UliyO Will I VltVl L IU UIU
biatlon will be hold In North Platto P0!ml the afternoon of that day.
ana Wallace Jiuay zgui ana 27tn.
Heading Circle examination will bo Apply for Y. M. C A Work.
given t6t tho loBt tlmo. Elmer Baker. Colonel Dickey and
llarrv Plznr who mailn fiovom.1 at- Will Rowland havo made application
mntB in rnillnt In .llffnront hrannhos for enlistment In tho Y. M. C. A.
of Uio sorvlco. has nnallv liofln. accent, canteen service In France. All three
. . " I .1 x .1 i. 1 i. I
mil., thn noma anil flmoctn to are over urait uko aim not peine m
bo called into tho service some tlmo Position to bo on tho firing lino are
next. week. offering their service to help the boys
. l . wlio aro on tno line, uoionoi DicKey
jh. i' wneoier, preBS agent 01 inoi,i win nnminn.t amwto. ir
k , ' . , . . 1r . I UIIU II 111 AW I. lilllll ... UMIII011 ITWI
xanKoo uuiizstn snow, Byoui wuu-1 veterans
nesuay in town vismng uio nowspaperi ::o::-
onices. Ho naB been press agent ror Boys to Itoform School.
circuses, since anu is inerciore Tj10 two uoy8 who wero ttrrested at
a veteran in tho business, , Sutherland last week for stealing two
Mr. and Mrs. James Dorram and bicycles belonging to employes of tlio
dnjuchtor loft Wednesday for Bremer- North Platto postoITIce, wero arraign
ton, Wash., to visit Clifford Dorram, od before Judge Woodhtirst Monday
who has boon stationed thero on a evening and sentenced to the reform
naval receiving ship but will soon bo school at Kearney. The youths were
transferred to somo other point and taken to that Institution Wednesday
porhaps abroad. morning by Elmer Baker, acting as a
J. C. Fogg, former Lincoln county Uoputy mrm
cowboy, cattleman and farmer, now
running a garago at Partis. Kansas,
SENATOR HOAGLAND JOINS
IIIGGINS PACKING COMPANY.
Ilcglstrnnts for Auto School,
A inll linn ItnAn (nnltnil Kff XTrt.
nCilyJn,,W".H 1017 and 1918 registranfs for
fl,l(3"y ".Tin" i cnl'stmont in tho Bahe auto school at
In Sutherland. "Jim" says ho Is doing u, mi,t .
well in tho sunflower state. Lmm,ii,i fX i.in.nin r.n,tv n.
Dr. Morrill, Dentist. plications for enlistment in this work
t.. m. tj t ti must bo filed with tho board of regis
nil . iiiiu into. x. u. jJtvuun uini inu . . . . , . . . ...,
children .loft yesterday for Rochester, ,tt,?5,J,2L,ttlT
tinn wh Mr rinrmn i,nvft' ing, July 22d. This enlistment is limit-
vn,nlnnHnn f 1,1. nhvplnnl to tllOSO WllO liaVO registered
troubles madb bv tho Mayo Brothers.'
MrSlBarron has. had what Is supposed
to bo chronic appendicitis.
Mrs, D, A. Baker has
HAD A DIP IN
EHD YOU EVER TRY IT
ON YUR STOCK?
Nothing like it to put them
la good condition, freo them
from Insect parasites and pro
tect them from contagious dis
Knso Dip No
KILLS LICE, TICKS
MITES AND FLEAS
Chtm Mtnft, Scab,
Rfnfwtrm and Otht r
DfatnfatfS! Crtanact and furtttic
Uh It 4Horses, Cattle, Socep, Swine, Dogs, Goats and Poultry.
Content Sidewalk Bids
Tlio Board of Education will recolve
bids up to tho hour of noon AugUBt
i), a. uaitor lias compieteu eth. 1318. for tho material ami . con
knitting her' forty-eighth pair of socks Btruction of a cement sidewalk ac
for tho Red CroBs and haB appllod for cording to tho specifications adopted
onough yarn to knit four more pairs, by the City of North Platto ,upon tho
making fifty-two pairs, or ono pair north sldo of Block 144. Franklin
fdiL'each webk in tho year. Mrs. Bakor School, a,so tho construction of (hroe
inaddltlon has knitted a largo niuinbor cement water drains 9 Inches wide
of ' sweaters. from school building to street. Meas
uronienta may bo had from City En
tion, which has a membership of 250 gmoor- c-mnwrm e .
and of which S. C. Mccoipbor is tho A- F. STREITZ, Secretary,
local Chairman., will hold a mooting Z . -. .
I f Vlnnnt ff(na Hnfnr.tnv "TCr Hll 1I1CH 01 Jtnlll ttHH.
ovoping. Ono of tho objects of this . '"""i 'VU1, "
associatiop Is to look aftor tho fam- l?c ,of rillO foil Monday night, Tues
illos of employees who are under tho da,y forenoon and Tuesday night, thus
colors. roucving ino xurmers wno were oegm-
Tr ,. - . ,, , ning to icar corn anu pouiioes wouia
Wo. are paying $14 for mixed Iron, K,ft .,,..,, ,r ,;,, ,m,
and $17 to $18 for machinery cast. Mw'nnrE
iron. L. Llpshltz, tho Junk Man. v.,r ti, rn,(v. v'orV L,v rnin fn
Ono Of tho most enthusiastic Red nl0nEr North Rlvor branch ronil Mniiilnv
vjrosB oranciios in uio couniy is iocai- night, a small section of tho road-hed
cu on uio uariioiu uioio. iuo orancu,Ping washed out near Sarbon.
ms a largo memuorsiup ror a countrj Wednesday night another rain camo
l.nn.l nil 111 ni.ll.A1... ,tl nil rl. Iuihii I ... . . . '1.
uiinivii, vu iiinuuuio, uiuufcu uuoj wmcn nil (I oil t.wnniv-rniir nun Mnnil.
AVlves of farmers, aro devoting much reths to that which previously toll.
wmu ivnu uuh uiu wuuv, mm uiimaKing tno total 1.18 inches.
are proving 01 mucn assistance 10 uio -q-
Red CrosB chapter of Uio county. fiiA,, iiii'iPrnmnf,,!
A, U, XOUZaim, BUWO Danit OXOminor, Tim vnlnn nf -mllUnrv ,1rin nn,l n
Bpont Wednesday in town examining UIgh school education to tho young
tlin rnnillHnn nf tlif TiTntnnl lliillillni' I ,,i ... .
... man wno onusis in mo servico is dem
and Losn association, which ho pro- onstrated in the caso of Glenn Ritner.
nouncoa oxtremoiy sausmctory; "none Lt year In school Glenn was major
bottor," eaid Mr. Touzalin. Ho was nf thn hio.ii oni, nn.iMa ni,in n
assisted by MIbb Ruth Stroitz, fchlof interest ln tho work, and was also i
v.w.iv nww u"i.b uwi, "v memnor or uio iui8 grnauatlng class
in njJumuuK u vuvuliuii uv nuiuu. Lnnt month lm -mnnt in Ornnil Tolntifl
onltsted in tho navy and was sent to
tho Great Lakes training school. He
had been thero but a fow wooks whon
aftor a day of hard drilling he was
summoned to the office of tho com
mandant and Interrogated as to his
ago, residence, education and military
oxporionco and then excused. An
hour later ho was again summoned
and told that ho had boon promoted to
Bcctlon chief, which corresponds with
a second lieutenancy ln the Infantry
Ab section chlof Glenn (Will bo ln
charge of sixty men.
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Band Concert Program.
Tho North Platto Municipal Band
under tho dlroctlon ot Earl Stanrp
will give their usual weekly concert
Friday ovonlng, July 19th, at 8 o'clock
at tho Court House Park. Tlio follow
ing program will bo presented.
March, "Undor tho American Flag.'
Overture, "Marltana ' Wallace.
Vocal Solo. "A-ai-E-R-I-C-A MeanB
1 1 Lovo You My Yankoo Land," (With
nana accompaniment) James Shaffer,
Serenade, "D'Amour" Blon.
Waltz. "Brides and Butterftlos.'
Modloy, "Bits of Romlck's Hits
March, "Glppsland," Llthgow.
Tho solo by Mr. Shaffer at last
wcok'b concert was so well received
tnat in rosponso to many reauosta for
anouor, no has kindly consented to
Bipg tlio song programmed above,
is BUggostod to tho audionco that
tnoy do not stand too close to tho
band stand, tho song will bo heard to
bettor effect, aa then tho accomnanl
ment will bo found to blend better
wim tho volco.
Former State Senator Walter V.
Hoagland, of North Platte, a large
land owner In the western cattle
country, has become interested in the
new independent packing plant of tho
Higgins Packing coiphnyi and has
Just been elected director and vice
As to crops conditions, tho senator
has this to say: "Wo aro at present
onjoying ono of the most prosperous
season we ever had. Whilo western
Nebraska has always been recognized
for its thrift in the small grain and
cattle industry, this year Is a most ex
ceptional one, and going to bo a rec
ord breaker. If tho balance of the
state does as well as tho western part,
Nebraska will onjoy tho greatest pros
perity ovor known ln this state. Wo",
being in a cattle growing country are
muclt interested in tho movements of
Omaha people ln getting bettor pack
ing house facilities, which not only
means more money for tho stock pro
ducers of tho Btote, but greater pros
perity for tho city of Omaha." Omaha
l ' FOR BALC BY I
Stone Pharmacy I
ml en wnrrc re rncc bookict on krc9 no. 1, I
I , , 1
Have you road Mary Roberts Rlno-
hart's niyBtory Btory "KV If you
havo tho play offers nwv charm. You
win navo a chanco to bcq It noxt week,
watch for dates.
For AHlctc aetkH Ami unttiiNriarv
tale list yosr Jung with Thnelocke. tf
G. M. C. Tractor
12-25 Horse Power Pulling Three Plows
At the Pizer & Halligan Farm, Formerly the
Turpie Ranch 5 miles southeast of town.
iy :: Wednesday, July 23-24
It will pay anyone needing a Tractor to be present .
NORTH PLATTE BUCK COMPANY, Agents
"Blue Blazes Jtnwdcn".
Tho story l which Thomas H. Inco
presents Wm. S. Hart for his fourth
appearance An an Artcraft picture,
which will bo shown at the Keith
thoatro. Monday and Tuesday, is en
titled "'Blue Blazes Rawdon,'" and has
for its themo tho awakening of a
rough, brutalized man to a sense of
bottor things through the appeal of a
woman who has lost her own son. and
takes tho rough northwoodsman to
her heart In place of the boy she has
lost As "'Blue Blazes Rawdon," Hart
Is a lumberjack who has lived all his
life in tho great woods and whose
existence is- a compound of hard work,
flerco lighting, earnings scattered in
dance-halls as soon as received. With
no influence to alter this accustomed
round, living as ho doeB n ono of the
romotest places of tho world, he
shares the same ideals as the rough
folks of tho lumber camp.
Plenty of six per cent nionor to lonn
on farms and ranches. Interest pay
nble nnnnnlly with prlvllcgo of pay
ing pari or mi nr. nny urae. jjoans
closed 'promptly. No dclny.
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
3 RINGS- 2 STAGES STEEL ARENA-WILD WEST HORSE SHOW
THE BIGGEST WILD ANIMAL CIRCUS IN THE WORLD
SjJ DOUBLE LENGTH CARS
if Equal la 60 Frtl(b Cir
tO SS TENTS
HV ELEPHANTS camlls
inn Wild Anlmill Eihlbltel
1UU FKCB IN PARADE
T ELECTRIC LIQHT
F UIVTi AS
LION Loops the Loop
PARKER'S CARNIVAL SHOWS I
COLLOSAL ZOO OF WONDERS
Winners el New York
Farowoll Iteccptlon to Jtov. Cram.
A farewell reception will bo given to
Uov. B. A. Cram tills ovonlnjr at tlio
Methodist church to which all tho
members of tho church, tlio Home
Guards, tho drum corps, tho band and
his many friends aro cordially Invited.
Rev. Cram oxpects to loavo for a
school of Instruction to Chaplains of
tho army. Sunday afternoon A fino
program has been planned and re
froshments will bo sorved.
Hall Insuranco on your corn crop Is
a wiso idea at this timo. High prices
and good prospects should make you
think twico beforo you tako all uio
chanco. Let BRATT, GOODMAN and
BUCKLEY, wrlto your policy.
, M. E. Church.
Sunday schooll at 9:45. At 11 a' m,
tho pastor will preach Ids last sermon
boforo going to war.
tlio themo will bo "Tho book."
Epworth Leaguo at 7 p. ra. at 8 p. m.
Mrs. Cram will havo charge or tho
sorvlco. A cordial Invitation la ox-
tended to all.
For Sale Houso and lot 8 of block
36. original townslte of No. Platto.
Houso In good condition. Coll at 1000
No. Pino. 2
i j. ' o; t 1,1 11
First Lutheran Church.
Morning worship, 8: SO o'clock with
sormon by Rev. Oak Ebrlght, a membor
of the congregation, and now a senior
at Hamma Divinity school, Springflold,
Ohio. Sunday school 12:30. Everone
welcome at theso sorvlccs.
Christian Science eorvico Sunday at
11 a. m., Sunday school 12 noon. Wed
nesday ovonlng meetings 8 p. m., Build
lng and Loan building. Room 25.
For Sale Two houses and two lots.
Also two uaotl automobiles on vM
condition at a bargain, Soo Julius
CoLOoWs $10,000 Challenfle Dancing Horses
Savage s Company of Worlds Famous
j July ... . "
h a a b
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for tho republican nomination for
sheriff at tho primary election to be
hold August 20th, 1918.
A. J. SALISUUUY.
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Notico is hereby given that the in
debtedness of tho Loader Mercantile
Company on tno lum uay oi juiy,
1918, was $12,628.72.
THE LEADER MERCANTILE CO.,
By JULIUS PIZER, Pres.
The First Presbyterian Church.
Sabbath school at 10:00 a. m., Mr.
Snyder ln charge. Rov. J. H. Curry,
D. D., will preach at 11:00 a. m.,
subject "Jesius Anxiously Waiting."
8:00 p. m., "Somo of Faith's Difficul
ties." If you havo no church homo come
over and get acquainted with us and
enjoy tho good musio that Mrs. Gllfoyl
with her choir 1b giving us.
If hot weather saps your energy and
you can't worlf well, It is a sign that
your system Is full of bilious impurl
ties. You will b sick if you do not
do something. Tako Prickly Ash Bit
ters, it cleanses tho blood'llrjr and
bowels, restores strength, vim and
cheerful spirits. Prico $1.25 a bottle.
Gummoro-Dent Drug Co., Special
Protestant Episcopal Servico.
July 21, 19J8.
8:00 a. m., holy communion; 9:45
a. uv:, Sunday, school; 11:00 a. m;,
morning prayer and sermon; 7:00 p..'
ra., evening prayer .and sermon. St..
Paul's chapel, northsldo, 3:00 p- m.f
, REV. A. D. JONES, Rector.
S. S. Honshaw, first and true namo
unknown, will tako notico that on
Uio 15th day of July, 1918, 1. L. Mllton
bergor, Justice of tho Peace of Lin
coln county, Nebraska, Issued an order
of attachment for the sum of $16.99 in
an actIon pending beforo him, where
in Lelrk-sanaau vo. ata piaintms ana
R. S. TTpnuhaw is defendant that nron-
erty of tho defendant, consulting of
moneys in the hands pt tho Union
Pacific Railroad Co., a corpoartlon,
has been attached undor said ordor.
Said causa 1b continued to tho 7th
day of August, 1918, at 2 o'clock p. m.
LB IRK- aApi D ALL uu., I'lalntlffs
Make your family comfortable,,
rot only this Sumner feat for
many Summers.. Buy an Elec
tric Fan. Divide tho price by
tho years thqy last.
North Platte Light
& Power Co.
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