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for Young Boys.
A wrist lvnlcli h flic best type of
Umoplcco for tlic Tml under lighting
Kgc. It Is as good ii watch for Jilm as
It Is for tlic soldier. Il'ft the kind ho
would rather hare. v
Clinton's has military watches not
loo cvpenshe for hoys to own. ,'J'licy
aro standard makes and dependable- .
C. S. Clinton
At the Sign with the Big Ring.
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
T Graduate Dentist
Ofilce over the McDonali)
LOCAL AND PUBSONAL
Mrs Frank Hatch returned yeHtor
day jnorning from a visit in Denver.
Nealo Turpio returned Wednesday
morning from n buslnoss trip to Oma
ha. Miss Annetto Pizor, of Alabama,
whehnd heon visiting hor uncle Julius
Pizor, loft yesterday for Grand Island.
To curb tho' coal trust got Colo's
High Oven Itango. It hoots and cooks
with tho amo fuel and savos one-third
Mrs, 0. R. Han dloy, of Omaha, has
baejt. spending this wook with hor
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vont
Henry Hanson and T.' S. MoCrono,
the north sldo stockmon, roturnod
WediiSHtlay from South Omaha whore
they, marketed cattle.
Andrew Hahn, for many years a
resident of tho southsido but now liv
ing at Fairbury, has heon Visiting
friends in town this Aveok.
Mrs. J. G. Deoler loft for Lincoln
yepterday in response to a telegram
announcing that her fathor, who is
ninety-four years of ago, is critically
A. B. Stackhouse, who lives on tho
V. ,11. Barber hog ranch at Lowollon,
was In town Tuesday onrouto homo
from Denvor whoro ho marketed
?12,000 worth of hogs.
A civil service examination will bq
hold nt tho local postofflco Octobor
2Cth to fill tho position of rural mail
qarrlor at Wolllloct, and for other
vacancies flint may later occur.
John LoMastors returned tho early
part of tho week from Indiana where
ho Spent threo weeks at tho scones
of his boyhood days. Ho visited the
old 'swimming hole, loafed with tho
vlllago druggist whoso storo is Just
thev8ame as It was forty years ago,
and wont out into tho woods and shot
his sharo of llvo hundred squirrels.
Altogether John had a real nico visit.
About four hundred tons of hay in
stack between Maxwoll and Brady
wan burned Sunday and Monday by
Area set bv aparlca from Union Paclllc
engines. Several hundred tons woro
saved by the valiant work of men em
ployed in baling hay, who In somo in
stances pulled off their shirts and
used 'them In brushing out tho flro.
Thor(ovas a strong -wind bqth days
aim tno tiro spread rapidly.
The local offlco has been Informed
that two slackers who woro arroated
hero and forced to roglstor, haVo boon
called to servlco. Aftqr registering
hero they made tholr got-a-way and
did not respond to lettors sent them.
They woro eventually picked up by
secrot sorvlco men nnd sent to a
training camp. Tho two men wero
Fred Muntor who claimed St. Louis
as his homo, and Arnold IJIory who
hailed from Minneapolis,
For Salev-Good winter Apples and
alsojwlnd falls. Androw Olson, Phono
Mrs, J. L. Moran entertained hor
patrons and a fow friends Saturday
afternoon with a musical tea. Tho fol
lowing 'pupils assisted her with tho
program; Misses Bonnio Murdock,
Esther Schwaigor Marguerite Kins
man. Edith McClane. Miltlrnri Tvlor.
Alice- Fredoricl and Mary Louiso Mor
an. Mildred Tylor recolvcd a gold
medial for beat attondanco and most
practice during the year. After re
freshments Mrs. Moran played a fow
elections, About twenty guests en
Joyed tho occasion.
JOHN BARRYMORE IN
THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN
The celebrated actor in his most famous success. 7 Reels.
THE SUN Tonight and Saturday.
THE SAMMY GIRLS THEATRE vtm.j,. UUIUIUUji
' t . i'
Mrs. E. W. Fotter has been spend
ing this wook with friends In Maxwell
Mrs. C. M. Trotter is expected
home today from a visit in Salt Lake
Tho small homo can frequently bo
boated by ono stove. Get Colo's High
Rango and both cook and heat.
Mrs Georgo Wclnharg returned to
Bayard Wodnosday after a visit with
hr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Graves arrived
from Denver yestorday and will re
main hero for a fow days while on
For Salo Second hand honoy ex
tracting outfit. Priced reasonable for
quick salo. Inquire of R. D, Birge.
Tho city schoplB closed yesterday
aftornoon and also will closo tills
afternoon in order that tho pupils
might visit ,tho County fair.
According to a letter written by
Jack Stack, tho Spanish influenza has
appoared at the Grout Lake training
camp and his company has boon quar
antined. B. M. Stackhouse, former account
ant at tho stato farm, now located in
Donvor as socrotary of tho Farmora'
Insuranco Co., has boon In town for
a couplo of days past.
WantedMusic pupils, beginners a
specialty. Twelve years oxperlenco.
Miss Confer, 314 West 1st. Phono
Black C7S between 7 and 8 p. m. 71-4
In tho casualty list published Wod
nosday appeared tho name of Harry
Heath, of Wallace, who waa classed
as dangerously wounded. Harry was
ono of tho solectlvo mon sont from
Weave carpets and ruga. Also cut
and weavo all kinds of ingrain carpots
Call Rod 975 or at 308 So. Walnut.
Joo Soudor retumcdo Ft. Leaven
worth yostorday aftor visiting rela
tivos and friends In town for a few
days. Joo is in tho .radio service and
says ho can now pick up thirty words
n minute from tho wireless.
For Salo Cheap A largo Rood Baby
Carriage Call Mrs. Erlckson, phono
$100.00 Howard for Information
leading to tho arrest and conviction
of tho person or persons who ontored
my paBturop on 19-1G-20 Myrtle
Precinct, Sopt. 21st or 22nd and shot
and killed two head of my cattlo.
JOHN A. JACKSON. 74-4
Maurlco Shirley, who bought tho
Finch farm east of town two years
ago, sold it to a man by tho name of
DaviB from Cozad last wook. Con
sideration $11,200. Mr. Davis -will
movo onto tho farm. Maxwell Tele
post. J. E. Nelson rocolvod an S. O. S.
yestorday from a threshorman at
Madrid who noods threo or four mon
bfldlv. Tin Mfilfl lift wna nnvlnf mnn n
the bushol basis and thoy could earn
irom iiz to $io per day. Tlic lotter
was turned over to Labor Agont
Miss M. Sloinnn, steam baths and
Swedish Massage, ladles and gentle
men. Phone 897. Brodbeck bldg 8Gtf
A letter found on a Gorman prison
er gjvps an account of tho explosion
of tho powder plant at Plauon, Gor
many, In which 0,800 omployoos woro
killed or injured. Tho. story of the
oxplosion, which occurred a month or
moro ago, was suppressed by tho
For Quick action ana ratlsfactorr
ale list your land with Thoclcckc, tf
Mr.' ChllH Dlilmnrft whn lino nrnnl
tho paat year In Doming taking photo-
crnnhS of the. hova In fin. H lino rn.
lurnuu w norm I'jauQ. mo naa witn
him 145 photo alldoi .of tho boys and
scones around Camp Cody. Thoso will
bo shown at Tho Sun Thoatro on Oct.
2nd and 3rd. Don't fall in dm thn
Homo' Boys as thoy appear In ono of
Tt i r i -
CIGAK STOKE CARH GAMES.
All gambling and nll Barnes of
chance arc- to bo oirtnirianeu lnjXorth
Plntto under an order issuou ny .Mayor
Wnltomftth to his pollco force YTueV
clay evening. As a reault or thof In-
fUructlons nil card games In clear
stores woro discontinued tho follow
ing morning, and the authorities, an
.well as a committee of citlzenswltl
use their best endeavors to seef-that
pokqr Joints which have been running
ceaao to oxlst. Greater vigilance, will
also he used in ferreting out boot
leggers and women of shady reputa
tion will bo notified to leave town.
The Instructions of the mayor to his
pplico camo after a conference of thp
mayor with a committee of citizens
nnd tho head of the county council cf
dofonsO, and to tho credit of Mayor
Waltomath It can bo said thntlio will
ingly and promptly responded to the
requests of the committee and the
rocommemlatlon of tho council cf de
fense. North Platto had become so notor
iously "open" that It was gaining b,
very unsavory reputation. The mayor
says ho had previously given his in
structions to tho police, but thoy seem
were unable to copo with tho situa
tion If thoy so desired. The in
structions given tho police are now
direct nnd without "strings" of nny
nature. It Ib up to them to Bee that
tho Instructions nre obeyed: If not
there will ho other men to take their
places. Tho citizenship nt large" will
no longer tolerate conditions which
havo oxlsted In tho city for a number
Junior Red Cross Day.
Friday, October 4th, Is Junior Red
Cross Day in all the schools of Lin
coln county. The state director for
Nebraska designated Friday of this
week as tho tlmo for Nebraska to be
gin its Junior Red Cross work" but
this date Intorfercd with tho county
fair and many of the schools wero o
dismiss on that dato for tho fair. So
Friday. Oct. 4, has been substituted.
In each school It Is proposed to have
a program and to mako it patriotic In
its purpoBo. The official program has
been sont out and in most caSea It
will bo followed In full. We aim to
mako Lincoln County 100 for Junior
nod t'rosn and we exnect to" do it.
Pupils who wero mombers of th?
Junior Red Cross last year do not
navo to Join again at this tlmo. Those
Just starting to school and pupils who
did not loin last yoar are naKKr to
Farm For Snlo.
320 acres. 2 miles east of the state
farm. Inqulro of Owen Jones, 220
south Locust. 73-2
City School Enrollment.
Following Is a comnaratlvo- state
ment of tho enrollment In tho City
bcnoois at the end of tho second -week
during the lost threo years:
1918., 1407 ,
Tho Increase la nrettv cenorallv
divided among tho different depart
ments with the exception of the Senior
nign faencol wnlcn shows a loss oyer
last year. Tho First room of tho Lin
coln School has been put on half day
sessions for tho present until seats
can bo socurcd and a teacher engag
ed. Ono moro teacher has been added
to tho Junior High School faculty.
On and after October 1st. hp will
conduct our business on a slrlctlv
74.J1 ROUT. R. DICKKY.
Nino Years Ago nnd Now.
M. L. Lyons purchased 107 bend of
two-year-old steers last wook from
Ed Marcott & Son, paying $12.25 per
hundred. Tho cattlo avoraged $132(10
each, tho amount of tho purchase be
ing $22,0G1.G0. Tho cattle wore shipp
ed out m oignt cars Saturday and
Sunday to Kansas City, with two
loads purchased from Albert Hecox.
Mr. Lyons mado his first purchase of
cattlo nlno years ago. when he bot
100 head of tho Marcotts, tho pick of
taoir noru, nt 54.25 nor hundred.
If your brain don't work rteht and
you feel tired nnd lazy, you mav bo
sure your system Is clogged up somv
wnere. you snould tako Prickly Ash
Bitters. It Is a thoroiiKh system tonic
and bowel purifier, It Invigorates jand
sirengtnens botn body and brain.
Price $1.25 per bottle Gummero
Dcnt Drug Co.. Spoclnl Agent.
One Hall Block North ol Postoftice.
A modern institution for tht
eientiflc treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement casei.
CompUUly equipped X-Rey
and diagnostic laboratories.
Gjo. B. Dent. M. D. Y. Lucas, ML D.
J.B. Rcdfield, M. D. J.S. SIMMS, M.D.
J. B. BEDFIELI).
PHYSICIAN & SUltGEON
Bra. Redfleld & Itcdueld
PHYSICIAN ft SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Qfflca Phono 642 Rh. Phone C7t
IUX Ir.Af!K1l O.V ALL
DOCTOR D. T. QDIGLEI
Practice Limited to
SurRcry and Kadlnm Therapy
7S8 City National B&nk Building.
Aiitfioftto men Called "
FOR THE OCTOBER DRAFT,
In addtion to the forty-nlno names j
published in Friday's issue, tho fol-l
lowing have heon called to go to '
Camp Funston In the Ave. dny porlod '
October 7th to 11th. With the excep-,
tlon of Gale Konny, all the men on tho
list below are 1918 registrants. They'
aro therefore getting into the servico
lour months after having registered.
Galo Konny, Wallace
John G. Gates, May wood
Lawrence Dahlstrom, North Platto
1 Oordon Rebhausen, North Platto
Earllng Qualloy, North Platte
Glen Moore, North Platto
Henry J. Johnson, North Platto
Clarence Anderson, Wallace
Louis Godekor, Jr., Sutherland
Edward J. Wilson, North Platte
Theodore 'Trembly, Maxwell
Ival Johnson, Gothenburg
Wm. Ross, Staplcton
Floyd Ferrel. Wallace
Arvld Banks. Fnrnnm
Leslio Coker. Sutherland
Milton RIst. Wallace
Olivo E. Johnson. Bradv
Frank Sukraw. Maxwell
Geo. W. Yonker. Wallaco
Roy Runnolls. Wallace
Wm. Calhoun. Ncrth Platto
Henry Cnmblln. Bradv
Aciel Crider. Hershev
Raynor Hlse. Hershev
Wm. Bennett, now nt Oklahoma City
Lawrence Peterson. Gothenburg
Geo. B. Wilson. North Platto
Eugeno A. Conover. Sutherland
Ross D. Shaner. North Platte
Lester Anthonv. North Platto
Frederick Jobmnn. Gothenburg
Thos. S. Agan, Wallace
Robt. F. Miles, North Platte
Walter F. Remus, Wellfleet
Russell Sawyer, North Platte
Lucien Bowers, North Platto
Wm. R. Boggs, Hershey
Arthur II. Greeley, Staploton,
Howard Curtis, North Platto
Jas. D. Peaso, North Platte i
Charles Wright, Stapleton
Leslie Cross, Ingham
Men Called to Fill Shorfnpo.
Four Lincoln county boys will leave
next Monday for Camp Funston. They
are called to fill shortages which ex
isted In former quotas and arc not
Included in tho call for ninety men in
Tho men who leave are Rawley
Camblln, of Brady, Forrest Eberly"
now living at Angora, Henry Kooster
of Wollfleet and ' Charles "Lucas of
From tho Stock Yards:
One Bny Mare, branded,
One Bay 2 year old Gelding.
One Black 2 year old Mare.
Reward for recovery."
Money to Loan.
Plenty of six per cent money to lonn
on farms and ranches. Interest pay
able annually with privilege of pny
lag part or nil at nny time. Loans
closed promptly. No delay.
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
To close out the business I will offer at Public
Ranch, two and one-half miles north
50 head of high-grade Angus cows, 60 head
p5 60 head -of yearlings
90 percent Angus, 10 head of registered Angus hulls. ffi
8 Head of Horses 1
1 team of good work horses, 3 head of saddle horses, 3 year- Sj
jH ling fillies, 1 Ford
One Complete Cowboy Outfit for the Benefit ot the Red Cross jg
The Red Cross will serve Lunch at 11:30 Sale begins at 12:30 Hi
T. A. David, Audioneers
R. 1. Chappell,
JACK PICKFORD and LOUISE HUFF in f
the picture v.ith an idea, an idea that got the money for
Bunker. Perhaps you can make it pay. Whether you do
or nol you will be well entertained by the pictulrc, .
Also the two part comedy
Splendid mnsic by excellent Orchestra uttder the leadership
of Prof. J, A. Doucet.
THE KEITH SATURDAY
Contributors to Publicity Fund.
The following business and profes
sional men have made contributions to
the publicity fund oi the Fourth
Liberty Loan campaign:
Wilcox & Halligan $7.00
Hoagland & Hoagland 7.00
Dr. Redfteld ; 4.00
Dr. Kerr 4.00
Dr. Twlnem 4.00
Dr. McCabe 4.00;
Dr. Lucas , 4.00,
Hollman & Sebastian 7.001
Golden Rule 6.00 1
Beolor & Crosby 7.00
Platto Valley Bank 8.00 '
McDonald State Bank 8.00
First Nationnl Bank 8.00 1
Wilcox Dept. Store. G.00!
D. & F.' Shoo Storo , 5.00
Derryberry & Forbes 7.00 (
Davis Auto Co 7.00 1
Hendy-Ogler Co 7.00
Nyal Drug Store 4.00;
Rexall Drug Store 4.00
Geo. Frater 4.00
Gummere-Dent Co 4.00
North SIdei Drug Store 4.00
Dixon Jewelry Storo 0.00
Clinton Jewelry Store G.00
Horschnold Clothing Co G.00
Union Cafe 5.00
Hotel McCabe 7.00
Llerk & Sandall 5.00
North Platte Luniber Co 7.00
Coates Lumbor Co 7.00
W. W. Blrge Co 7.00
Piatt White . 4.00
0. H. Thoelecke 5.00
North Side Hardware 7.00
H. A. Brooks "Studio 5.00
Von Geotz Studio :K 3.00
1. A. Gilbert 4.00
Johnson & Otten '5.00
Gus Huffman ..r. 5.00
John Den 5.00
O. E. Elder 4.00
Chas. Ecklehsrry .'. 4.00
Tho Sun Show 2.00
No. Platte Light & Power Co... 4.00
North Platto Creamery 3.00
North Platte Milling Co 4.00
Leypoldt & Pennington 5.00
S. M. Souder 3.00
A. J. Salisbury 4.00
Fred Marti ; 5.00
Derryberry & Forbes 4.00
Wm. E. Shuman 4.00
A. N. Durbin 7.00
Head of Cattle
70 per cent Angus,
car express body, 1001
$25 and under cash. Over $25 six
given on bankabie paper bearing 10
Simon Bros COO-
A. S. Allen 3.00-
Buchannn & Patterson 7.00
Gene Crook 5.00
P. A. Carson 4.00
W. R. Maloney 7.00
C. J. Pass 4.00
Leader Merc. Co G.00
A. N. Lamb 4.00
Aksarben Land Co 5.00'
Fidelity Reserve Co 8.00
John Herrod, 5.00-
Tho Hub Storo G.00
Tho Owl Cafe 5.00
Dr. Smith 3.00'
H. A. Donelson 5.00
Goodman & Buckley 7.00
Dr. Dent , 4.00-
A. F. Fink 4.00.
McMlchael Bros . 7.00,
Poulos Bros. ' 4.00-
C. M. Newton 4.00
Stone Drug Co 4.00 ,
W. A. Skinner '. 4;00
J. Wj. Payne '4.-00
C. C. Hupfor 500
North Platto Vulc. Co 3.00
Aileen Gantt 3.00
Shoo Market '5'.00
J. W. Edmlnsten E'.OO.
J. V. Romigh 6.00
Wm. Waltomath 7.00'
Granger More. Co. . f. ..'H.OO."
I. S. Stebblns 3.00'
Brodbeck & Son 5.00'.
H. M; BoYter 5.00 '
Dr. W. F. Crook ( 4.00
McVickcr Mlllinory ; 4.00
Emil Merscheid 4.00'!
Edmund Dickey 4.00 '
A. W. Plummer 4.00f
J. L. Loudon 5.00.
Best Laundry 4.00
H. I. Block " -5.00
Palace Cafe 5.00
P. Ii. McEvoy 4.00"
Dr. M. A. Ames 4.00v
C. M. Austin G.00.
H. A. Shin 4.00?.
Victor Beck .- 4.00.
Tho dentists of our city havo been;1;
exempted from subscribing to this .
fund unless personally willing, as
they havo and aro giving their pro-
fesslonal service together with ma-.,
terlal to the .government- free o
Dr Morrill. Dentist
Auction at the Obar
of Shorthorn cows, Hi
100 head of calves Hi
other articles. fj3
months time will be Hi
percent interest. uj
H. E. Mason, Clerk.
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