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viiiln. i It w f o k for n wSk ro A tamwtiil '"' whs given Sunday sue is ompioyeu 111 n dhiik. U (j0,)arture lor camp Kunston, Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Huffman wont to Anrli lHt A.t.nttn 3fltlftrtl' t1 UlMftf tllltlr tlnlllltOr HimttiaK flf frllillll J tirUMf.llf ScmMSDcrldy (Eribiutc lltA L. HA HE, Editor hud Publisher Entor'ed at North I'lattc. Nebraska, Poitotfice as Second Class Mattor. TUESDAY, APJUL 2nd, IMS. bUlSSt nil nu.N UAiua. i .,( t ,,,. who lm coninlMtod a sue- ,,i t,u, luoii uaiMim in which ne One Year by Mull In Advance $ J.2"'c0ful season as tlie star of a Mikado nel(t , ni community. One Year by Carrier In Advance ) company. Vno ladies came with well tilled ..... I i...... 1 1 .11.1 n.n.il. AmHr f f The Service clawi or tho Prosiiy- imui mm un m ju.m terlan sunday school will be enter, tho good tilings placed oeloro t hein ained this evening by Misses Hsther Tho gvpsts arrived a .10; JO an. Hogsott and fMartha Klenk at the flvo lit tno evening boforo they left tintiii. r Miss Hosrsott v tor th(,lr respective homos. Home or miss nogsou. . rount tho fol ow iik . MUses Hazel Harbor, Helen Aldon, mcI1 nmi lnolr uamlllos, Win. Facka, ! Florence and Luclllo Wilcox. Ted Lloyd. F. M. Elliott, L. Schwordt, , IJokiio and sovoral othor university Kn,u8t jjall, Carl Brooder, Robert Larry Hnrnoll was a passenger ror Htu,iont, who came homo to spend KUnkel, J. II. Hull, M. Orton, It. P. I Lincoln, j Eustor roturned to Lincoln Sunday. L.arHOn, Sydney Zimmerman, also Mrs. , " For Farm Loans see Gene Crook, r .i,r,m niri'a riuli will bo outer- Pargoon and family, Mrs. L. J. Whlt- iloom 4 Kolth Theatre building. tnt.(1 tll)H eVoiiliiE by Mrs. Guy A. Ing, Misses Cocllo Ilrown, Julia EA Dickey returned the latter part Cover. 608 West 9?h 8t MlKs.onary MlSoyaS of hut week from a business trip to Toplc"On New-World Soli," Miss KnottH, Grand Island Sunday. .Then Hansen, Leader. ci,2tor : MaSto i,, MnrLin tionriui .IikIci! Orlmos. Ronortor Ilarron and '..n:: . , Attorneys W. T. Wilcox, J. J. llain , Mr. Wood 'Willi wont to Grand Jnn' "v v. Hoaghftid and M. E. Crosby Itlnntl Sunday to visit relatives for a ont t() H(lney y0sterday whoro tho few days. 'Judge will hold a torm of district Mr. and Mrs. H. N. McNainar, of court. gUosUi of friends in TJi(j A Durbln Auto Co., Avhioh the Federal Food Administration for LOCAL AND PERSONAL Iletall Prices. April 2, 1918. Fair prices rocommonded by price conimltteo for Lincoln county, Ne braska, and published by authority of PaxUm, wore town Sunday. I accepted tho agency for the Fulton said county For Salo-Bggs Tor sotting. Rose motor trvck recently, last weok con- Sugar nor pc nah H. I. Hods. Mrs. Philip Brunkf traded tn . place-soveiity-flvo o tho H;0H pound $ 09 t Coml Urady, Nebr. Paul Schwalger want to Lexington Sunday to drive up a clir for tho ROnilgh garage. ' 20-fl I rucks wltn suo'agonis in western Nebraskn. For Salo A 1917 Ford, equipped to day would cost you ovor $700, can be Nebraska Patent, 18 lb. sack $8.10 Nebraska Patont, 24 lb. sack liG5 Govornniont Specifications, 48 lb. sack 2.8G 24 lb. wick , 1.80 K..M..1.I ilwMin iTnu nlpi'tHr Htnrtnr. ..... in j . i. our Aiparagus plunta; green onion wIntor t0) ionter, and many other 2 ,b 8ack i,0(5 stocks. North Platte Floral Company. oall,pmontH. Car In pink of condition.' nlilk nor lb 09 Phone 1028. you can buy for loss than the prlco of C()rn Floliri 25 lg. sack 1.76 Conductor ,lt. 13. Blgg ruturnod a now Ford, with no startor or othor 10 n, Haok 75 Sunday from ft thrco months visit eilnlpmont. See at once at tho 1ulk por , 07 with relatives at Souttlo. HOMIGH GARAGE. Graham, Wheat, 12 lb. sack . .76 for 24 lb. sack 1.40 lht.. I .l!nru lr.ft inulnv fnr No candidate having filed u,i fniinnilriinti In Ilio Third ward, frlonds k.A ...in ., i,A,.u.. lit. tturpv F in Islunnii arc wrltlnir his Corn Meal 0 lb. sack .40 ..'ii.l tulll fmiuliict 11 ri(iiillllr. llnllRlt. nnitia nn tho ballots they cast at to-1 .round on the Horshoy road pair or . ..ipntion. Mr. Fleishman Is 0110 leather uauntlet gloves. Owner aill hiir itwwt nntlvrt mill nrfiP I'UHHivO at 'this offlco, prove property and pay lmgInofm In011( iun will make a real for this notice. live-wire councilman. Tho council- Mr. and Mrs. WJll Moran arrived man whoso term expires this year Is from tho oast Sunday, having been Harry Porter and not J. H. Stono as called horo by the doath of the Into previously published. Bridget Moran. A wou imiancod choir of a score or ,'Cathorlnb BroUor came up from voices under the leadership of Mrs. aramf JWaud ywitorday to assist in .Frank llntch rondored Stainor'B taking caro of hor brother Honry, wlio'rncrnclxlon" in' a v6ry acceptable iitirltlcally 111. j manner at the Luthorun church 1-rl- , . . I rtav-fiKDjilng. Tlie solo parts, all for WlO cwnty comnilsslouors woro In intflPWhcof. wore taken by Itov. Koclf sasIon yostorday allowing tho month-, lin(1 - Dr Crosslor. An augmented .lyVwtlary list and transacting othor hur(.h orcliestra acc-ompanlod tho rflutlno business. Tlie Literature department of tho Twentieth Coiitury club will mot with Mrs. J. V. Ronilgh, 821 west Fourth Street, this nftornoou. Tltobort Davis, thirteen year old sou dt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis II. Davis, was sentenced to tho Keamoy lndv.strlal soluxil Saturday and taken to that Institution yesterday. Tho f piironts apienrcd In court and stated that the boy was Incorrigible and boyond tholr control. chorusos and slolstst. Tho attondaiico was greater thnn tho seating capacity of tho building. Extra chairs had been provided but ovon then a nuinbor woro forced to stand. -'.to:: For Sale Cheap. Completo furnishings of 5 room cottage. Also child's bed, high chair, 4-holo laundry stove, gasoline range, washing machine Everything prac tically now. Mrs G. G. Shumway, 807 East OTf th stropt. 2? lb. sack 1.36 24 lb. sack 1.30 12 lb. sack .70 10 lb. sack 06 fi lb. sack 38 5 lb. sack ,.. ,152 Bulk, por lb 0G . Ryo Graham 24 lb. sack k 1.96 12 lb. sack 1.00 G lb. sack 65 Potatoes. Nobraska & Colorado, per lb. .02Vi Beans. Fancy hand plckod, por lb 17 V: Common white, por lb 12 'fe Limn, nil kinds, per lb IS Lnrd " No. .'! pail 90 No. 5 pall 1.60 Pure, per lb ' 33 Eggs Fresh per dozen 35 Butter . Creamery, No. 1 per lb 60 Bread, (U. S. Standard Loaf.) 10 oz. loaf .10 The Electric Personolity MARY GARDEN. IN "THAIS" The story of the sninp who became "a sinner and tlie sinner who become a snint. Keith Theatre, Wed. and Thurs. April 3-4. ADULTS 2Sc. CHILDREN 10c. SAVE" YOUR COUNTRY By Planting TEN MILLION GARDENS in 1918 By spending a half-hour a day In your garden you can remlor as great n service to our community and Government as In any other capacity and If as our niostbrllllant diplomats claim, this awful earn ago of war contlnuos for from thrco to flvo yours, wo all, rogardloss of nationality, creed, color or lilrth owo to our local community as woll as our Governmont, what sorvlco wo can remlor to savo us from tho privations that would booiu lnovitablo In view of tho lessoning of European production. Even though tho war Bhould bo tornilnntcd boforo wo can place thlH proposition boforo you, thoro should be no lessoning of pro duction, duo to the fact that two yoars, or more, niiiBt ohVpso boforo Europe can produce ovon a small portion of hor natural production. PLANT A GARDEN . HOWKVKU SMALL AS AN IKCKNTIYK IV H AUK HIVING to every student in our Schools from 1st grndo up, us woll as tho general public a chanco to compote for tho following prizes. Evon though thoro aro four In tho family oach should havo a ltttlo patch to caro for. mm TO PLANT WHAT TO PLANT WIKX TO PLANT HOW TO CAUK VOR Come In mid fe-ot a IIOOKLKT on abeo Subject FUKK. JOHN E. NELSON OF THE LEADER MERC. CO. , North Platte, Nebr. -PRIZES- i Silver Iroiic Medals ) ,ook,I,K Brdoiw !J Gold Medals for the three largest Potatoes. 0 Gold Medals for tho three lnrgent cars of dried Sweet Corn. 21 Gold Medals for the three best ears of Yellow Field Corn. :t Gold Medals for tho best thrco curs of White Field Corn. 3 Gold Medals for tho thrco heaviest Tomatoes brought lit beforo October 1st. Contest Is open to nil residents of Llncpln County. C.meiand get aBooklet .15 .19 .2G .25 .45 .85 .20 Ide-T Know Tills Cars Value To appreciate how this car's com bination of high power, light weight and staunch construction affords the utmost in service with the utmostjn savings -telephone to us that you desire to take a ride in the Oakland Sensible Six. To actually "get the feel" of its ef ficient high-speed overhead-valve six cylinder engine -to guage its rapid pick-up and persistent pulling power to note how easily this sizable car turns in a 38-foot circle to experi ence the cushion-effect of its deep TELEPHONE TODAY upholstery, long springs and extra large tires spend a half hour in this car sailing over the nearby roads and hills. We will show you exactly why the Oakland Sensible Six is so popular why owners report 18 to 25 miles to the gallon of gasoline and 8,000 to 12,000 miles on tires, why the Oak land is unusually free from com monest automobile troubles and why we firmly believe no other car of moderate price offers so much abili ty at so little cost. FOK A DEMONSTRATION Spring is coming fast. These are "demonstration days" for those who will obtain Oakland Sensible Sixes for early use. Arrange for YOUR demonstration now. Prices: --Touring Car $1050; Roadster $1050; Roadster Coupe $1210; Sedan $1250; (Unit Body) $1150; Coupe (I, nit Body) $1550; F. O. R. Pontiac, Michigan. TDATTrh NORTH 1 IU I I JLI9 PHONE 153 OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX 24 oz. loaf 32 oz. loaf 1 48 oz. loaf Corn Syrup, por can Js'o. 2Vfc Per can, No. C Per can, No. 10 Corn Syrup, Whlto Por can, No. 2 Ms Por can, No.fi 45 Por can, No. 10 SO Hams Wholo, skinned; por lb. No. 1 .36 Wholo, regular No. 1 30 Shoulders, wholo per lb 27 Uncon Whole, wrapped, por lb. No.l .18 "Whole, wrapped, por lb. No. 2 .41 Those prices aro for cash over tho counter. An additional clmrgo may bo made for delivery or credit to custom ors Householders must not use to ox ceod xh lbs. of flo'ur or -wheat pro ducts por weok per person Retailors shall not in future soil to coiiHiiniors In towns and cities more than 24 V6 lbs. of wheat flour, or 1 rural farm communities nioro than 4!) lbs. of wheat flour without written permission of County Food Adnilnls trator. In no caso shall retailors soli to consumers nioro than a thirty days' supply and in no case excopt as abovo rfpecllled without soiling at tho same tlmo equal amount in weight of legal substitutes. It is absolutely necessary to redtico tho consumption of wheat flour to an ainoun't not exceeding (I 11m. per por son por month and in 110 caso should inorothan this nniount for each mem ber of a family bo sold by any retailer to tho head of any family for the use of his household. Manufacturers using wheat flour productH for non-food purposos must cease such uso ontiroly. Mixed flours containing loss whont flour than whoat flour substitutes may be sold without substitutes. A retailor shall not soli mixed flour con taining nioro than B0 por eont of wheat 'person, to nny porson, unless such porson purchases from him at the snme tlmo an amount of whont flour Bubstltuo sufficient to ninko tho total amount of such substitutes, In cluding tho substitutes In tho mixed j flour, enunl to tho total thoroforo. I Mubstltutos must be sold with blended rvo flour, for every pound or whont In such flour. Above rule Rnpliea to psnnl;o flour and breakfast foods. Potatoos aro no longor a substitute. gPUNTy ft5MT OFFICE Official Notices Information BERT BARBER. Pro-(cniiuii Hand Discovered In Lin coln County (ill Fanners aeur lllgnell Form Posse. 'I'lio iimnnni'A of a StrOilKlV 011- trenched, woll organized band operat ing more or less generally throughout this and adjoining counties, nas re cently been brot to public attention. Slowly but effectively they have been gnawing at the vitals of Uncle Sam. Their methods might well bo mado n modol of trench warfare. The presenco of such a body has been believed for some time, and traces of tholr work at times clearly discerned, but not until last Thursday evening when a fow patriotic farmers met together- to discuss tho matter, was the full significance of tholr work brot to light, and tho need for speedy and definlto action recognized. A plan was hastily decided upon, and a net drafted. Sixty farmers en block representing tho south side from Hignell to the Williams Ranch, divided Into six divisions, each under a chosen leader, were to moot early tUts morning with tholr respective leaders, who aro to give out tho nmtv iilllmi nmi illap.lnsn tho nlnn of nttack. Poison has lieen decided upon as tho most quiet and effective method. The day has boon sot asldo as Gopher Hay and overy man armed with a one eighth oz. bottle of strychnine, and a pocket full of raisins or potatoos, has pledged himsolf to work assiduously the entire day. prodding tho alfalfa fiolds on his own farm for subterran ean passnro w iys. and when found, dropping in - dainty morsel for Frltzos' brotliL.- the Uocho Gopher. llsides gotting started and assisting the armors of UTiinll In oganizing to fight gophors, tho County Agonts offlco has beon actlvo in tho placing of approximately 4.000 bushels of seed, of which we havo dofinlto knowledge In this county. : :o: : How would you liko to marry a man who looks bolter In woman's clothes than you do yourself? And again what would do If you were dressed an a woman and saw another man making lovo to your girl? Thpso nro omo of tho situations in "Tho Clever Mrs. Carfax." with Julian Eltingo. the fe male impersonator, at the Crystal Thursday and Friday A Valuable Service Free! 1 nfedjMire e The Manufacturers of the RoundOakMolstair Heating System, will draft free a Scientific Plan for the healthful and economical heat ing of your home 'We guarantee the installation o: ! For tho serious diseases that attack tho kidneys Prickly Ash Tlltters Is a romody of morlt. It rollovos back aclio, dlzzlnoss, preslstont headncho loss of strength and nervous weak ness; symptoms which Indicate kid noy trouble Price $1.25 por bottle.- Rlnckor Rook & Drug Co.. Special Agonts. The Artifical Ice and Cold Storage Co. Announces that It Is prepared (o fur nish all consumers with DKF.P WKLL Artlllcal lee. Flvo Star Points of Round Oak Supremacy jfc HEALTH jjf COMFORT fr ECONOMY CONVENIENCE . DURABILITY Here is a service that, quite with out obligation or expense to you, assures the most advanced and scientific results. These men are experts in adapting all the laws governing the heating and venti lating of homes, to your particu lar problem. The Round Oak Moistair Heating System Installed after the plans supplied free, car ries a lifetime guarantee of supreme ser vice and satisfaction. This free service takes all the "guess" out of the problem of home warming, yet it does not cost you one cent extra. Let us talk over this service with you, regarding your new heating plant or the re placement of your present one Ask for the large, illustrated Round Oak Moistair Book it is also free. SIMON BROTHERS. .I.II.HIIIIiHIIIIItllWIMIIIlliniim Sellers of Good Goods Only-Rightly Priced 66 99 TREMEAU No. 66676 DARK DAPPLE GRAY Percheron Stallion Will ninko the season of 11)18 at my place Iho miles wist f Ilershoy nnd seven miles west of North Platto on the Lincoln Highway This stallion IttiH passed the exam luatlon required by tho government and was pronounced nearly perfect. TERMS $12.00 to IiiBiiro living colt to stand and suck. In caso mare is disposed of. feo becomes due at onco. Will not bo responsible for ac cldonts. WE BUY YOUR HAY, GRAIN, SEEDS AND LIVESTOCK. We still 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 & Pennington, EAST FRONT ST. PHONE 99. 129 AUTO LIVERY Since I havo sold tho garage am doing auto livery from tho North Side Itnrn.. Pay or Night Tolophono 29. Wo mnko a specialty of drives to snlos all oror the county at tho rate of flvo cents per mile por person. Those who havo sales throughout tho country plcnso let mo know. Also a fen cars for sale. Night Coll lied 032. Julius Mogensen. 9 PHONE 40 and your orders Chas. L. Leypoldt. i will be Promptly Filled,.