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Saturday. LPfi Nov. 29. HIRSCHFELD'S LI; II Monday, 1 S3 Dec. 1st i III A L BARK, Editor itml Putillslier SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ono Year hy Mail, in ndrnncu. .81.75 Olio Ycur by Carrier, In ndrnncc, $2.00 Entered at tho North Platto, Nebraska Pustoi'flce as Socond Class Matter. FRIDAY, XO.YKMBKH 28, 1919 ACTION TAKKX TUESDAY TO ItDME VE COAL SITUATION M i. "DtMMnAmUn, Qnin evorheld, both in volume ol business and en MOSl JReiuarakdUie OdlK thusiastic oppreciation of our patrons It has exceeded all expectations and set a new record. If you have not taken advan tage of this wondorf ul value-giving sole, DO SO. You will nave enough money to do some Xmas shopping with tho saving. Men's and Young Men's Fancy Suits and Overcoats. Men's and Young Mens Suits and Over coats, present market, value (t I aa $28 to $32 J)Z4.W Mens and Young Mens Suits and Over coats, present market value t $38 to $40 J Mens and Young Mens Suits and Over coats, present market value' $45 Cl 4 to $50 3m4 Mens and Young Mens Suits and Over coats, present market value $45 (11 ft to $so $dy S E SUITABLE FOR XMAS PRESENTS BOYS SUITS Ail wool blue serge and fancy patterns belt models and waist seams, values up to $16.50 $11.35. BOYS OVERCOATS Size 12 to 18 All wool full lined, originally sold from $15 to $18. Sale price $9.85. HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES HOYS' MACKINAW COATS MEN'S WORK SHOES Values up to $5.00, a pair Value up to $9.00 Broken line, values up to $G. $2.95 - $8.90 $3.95 MEN'S UNION SUITS MEN'S UNION SUITS MEN'S UNION SUITS Heavy cotton ribbed, sale Wool mixed, $4 grade, sale Fine wool worsted, $5 value $1.95 "r,0! $2.95 U95 MEN'S ELANNEL SHIRTS MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Broken lots, value up to $2,00 Tan and Gray, values up to Broken lots, value up to $4.50 $1.39 3" $2.39 $315 MEN'S TROUSERS MEN'S ODD VESTS MEN'S CORDUROY CARS Broken lines.value up to $4.50 I Small sizes, sale price Pur lined ear tabs, values up $1.95 79c 10 ?2- S5c FANCY SOFT COLLARS MEN'S FAST RLACK HOSE CHILD'S KNEE RANTS Sizes 13 to 17, sale price r 25c value Sizes 3, 4, 5, sale price 15c 17c 45c MEN'S LEATHER. MITTS ROYS' LEATHER MITTS Men's Canvas Gauntlet Gloves Fleeco lined, $1.25 value Fleeced lined, 75c value Sale price ' 89c 48c 15c Children's Wool Stocking ROYS' NECKBAND WAISTS MEN'S WORK SHIRTS ,Cnps, "samples' Values up to $1.50 Blue Chambray, Collars at- 28c 39c tached 95c Ladies9 Holeproof Silk Hose sizes 8 to 10 $2.50 values $1.75 Mail Orders Promptly and Carefully Filled ui S d,, hirschfELD'S oi sale of Sale SAT. NOV. 29th. nr, i an. SAT. NOV. 29tb. For flen and Boys. I 1UU11. ULAs 1SU Sixth St. Cor. Dewey. North Platte. ITlyll. DEC. 1st. A conference of coal dealers and buslnes men 'ami tho mayor and coun cil was held ht tho mooting of tho council TuoHday ovoning whoa the coal situation wan thoroughly Investigated it was found that the fuel condition In North Platto was alarming and call ed for lmmodlato and concortcd action. As a result of the meeting tho fol lowing address to tho pcoplo was Issu ed by a committee appointed; To the Citizens of North Platto, and Lincoln County, Nebraska:, Tho undersigned, committee ap pointed by tho Mayor and City Coun cil of tho City of North Platte, Lincoln County, Nobraska, In session on No vember 25, 1919, to consider tho fuel proposition, horeby deslro to call tho attention of Bald citizens to the ract that tho supply of coal Is getting very short, and that tho distribution, or the ontlro supply for tho cntlro United States has been placed in tho hands of tho Railroad Administration, and that it will be impossible to Obtain coal in tho near future for anything oxcept absolute necessities, and in order that our peoplo mny bo saved from suffer ing from tho cold, tho Mayor and City Council of tho City of North Platto, have ordered tho shutting off of tho street lights at 11 oclock p m. and from and aftor the ovening of Novem ber 20, 1919 the street lights will bo shut off in said city until tho situation as to coal Is changed. we desiro to request that the follow ing regulations bo placed In force by voluntary action of our peopl.c, viz: That tho pool halls cigar stores and drug stores close at 10 o'clock p. m. That all the other stores open at 9 o'clock a. in. and close at 5:30 o'clock p. m. excopt Saturdays when nil should bo closed at 9 o'clock p, in. That all meetings of our church peo ple be consolidated as much as pos- Pslblc, that is, that two .or three con gregations hold their meetings in ono place. That all entertainments and all ath letic exerclsos bo dispensed with In Uio school houses of tho city except when absolutely necessary. That all picture shows hold but ono entertainment That only Indispensable lights bo used In all business, places and private residences. That lodges meet only as often as Is absolutely necessary. That the public rofrnln from hold ing dances at plnces where extra fuel and lights must be. used. That nil restaurants and hotels arc called upon to use oxtni precaution' In order that they may save as much light and fuel as possible. You aro notified that tho mayor and city council hu'o appointed. J. E. Nelson whoso duty will be to oversee tho gonernl use of lights In the busi ness portion of the city, and wo hope that citizens of North Platto will fol low his suggestions in tho saving of lights. You are further notified that the nuiyo" ir.d city council have appoint ed J. C. Wilson, Fred J. Dienor and J V. Uomlgh as a committee of three for tho distribution of all coal that may bo received by any of the dealers In the city, and In order that our citi zens mny obtain coal it will bo neces sary for thorn to niako a written ap plication to said committee, which commltteo will then investigate the situation, and as much coal dollvered as necessary, taking Into considera tion tho suppjy on hands. A. F. STREITZ. A.' E. DELL, J. G. BEELER. ::o:: co.m .m;i SSI ox k its? PHOCKEDIXGS. November 24,1919. Board mot pursuant to adjournment prosent Koch, Hermlnghauson and Springer, Claims were allowed as follows: Claus Andorson, road work, $44.10. John Wolsmlller, road work, $G2.30 Horbort Leach, road work, $82.00. F. B. Stevenson, services as deputy Bhoriff, ?r0.00. W. T. Elliott, bridge work, $41.50. W. II. Dale, road dragging, $2G.G0. W. H. Dale, bridge work, $5G.15. Fletcher Trlggs, fire guard work, $4 Tho Hub, mdso county poor, $131.85. Wolman Stearns, road work, $75.00 Josso Long, road work, $25.00. Fayctto Strong, road work, $98.00. W. Schrocdor, sorvlcos, $12.50. Standard Oil Co., gas and oil, $275.10. Ira Light, road work, $46.00. National Refining Co., oil and gas, $49.20. Walter Klllen, road work, $14.40. Goorgo Zoiglor, road work, $10.00. Standard Oil Co., oil and gas $48G.87. Ollt ZlogleT, road work, $7.20. Fred Zelglor, road work, $24.30. Mrs. O. M. Sholty, sorvlcos, $8.80. A. D. Clinton, clock repairs, $1.50. North Platto Light & Power Co., services, $42.1G. Sundry persons, road work, $2G8.75 Paul Meyor. road plats, $1G,00. James KoIbo, road work, $25.90. Chas. Burton, road work, $44.10. Albert Burton, road work, $2.80. Arthur Power, road work, $17.10. Chaa. Barley, road work, $17.10. Ray Rafforty, road work, $G.30. Henry Llndemoyor, road work, $15. Movod by Hermlnghauson and sec onded by Springer that Project Q bo approved, and that tho stato onglnoor bo requested to submit tho project statement to tho U. S, Secretary of Agriculturo asking for federal aid to construct tho road as outlined on tho prepared map. Adjourned until Docembor 1 1919. LABOR PARTY MAKES DKCL ARATIOX OF l'ltlXt'IPLKS j The work of organizing the labor party wus completed at Chicago Tues day night by tho election of a national commlttoo composed of ono man and ono woman from each stato and the adoption of a declaration of princi ples. Tho national organization will call a convention next summer to nom lnato a candidate for president and vice-president. Included In tho declaration of prin ciple nrovtie following: Abolition of the Unltod Stntos sen ate. Election of federal judges by. popu lpr voto for terms not exceeding four years. International solidarity of labor. Maximum hours of labor for mon and women to bo eight hours a day and 44 hours a week. Minimum wage for workers to be fixed by law. Old ago, unemployment and sick ponsions. Government to own nnd operate the banking business of tho country. Nationalization of unused lands, Incomes of individuals to be limited by law. National initiative, referendum and recall. Application of tho "homo rule" prin ciple in stato, county and city gov ernment Condemnation of tha govornmont by Injunction. Ropeal of tho cspolnage law and all other roprosslvo Statutes passed dur ing tho war, Condemnation of universal military training nnd conscription. 1 . . A domnnd for International disarm ament to prevont futuro warp. Immediato relcaso of all political nnd industrial prisoners. ' Nationalization of all public utili ties and all basic industries. ' Criminal prosecution of profiteers nnd exploiters of labor. Demand that nil government work bo dono by day. labor instead of by contract. I Equal pay for mon and womon. i Approved woman suffrage. ::o:: -Episcopal Church Divine sorvlcos for Sunday, Advont , Sunday: I Holy communion S n. m. Church school and bible class 9:45 a. m. Morning prayer nnd sermon 11 a. m I Church school on north side 3 p. in. ! .Evening prayer and sermon 7:30. , ROWLAND O. MACKINTOSH, I ' Rector ::o:: . I Wanted Live stock to winter Trees, Bpring water. Ralph Soul, 9 miles northwest 90-2 It radiated "home" in a measure nil out of proportion to its size. The daughter of the house had chosen it as her own little apartment because of its sunny bay window. "Thanks to the Nntlonnl Bl Company and the other good things," sale 0sc wlches that looked oh, so tempt ing, would' grace a yellow plate. Or, "How would we like a to ninto bouillon on a cold, blowy day like this?" And a package of X. B. C. Zwieback would bo forth- ir frnm tK wtnilmi' roinlininvl. -sriSsS?ft tomJK bouillon was made yfcfZZTZEa liotwer tnc aiconoi lamp. rating the momentous tlsTSfcags' birthday thi3 deanWtorfcla, please?, ge otrSnapavoons, while? flttle of grape juice general merry s cream qlicStFisfdlyes ard to-day; leFSWmt le Butter Thin Bis- cott'eo sostroug nko till mid- the bespeaks iavor lor contents the contents be- soeak favor for . all time. What & wonder that this periect soda cracker th. Vo pv-i-f-rp.nr.hfirl ifsfilf as n sranle diet v,;r ' 1 VAJ"'- 22 i& in all climes and with all sorts and with bv conditions of society? You should 'fig doodrrK eat them always and often! JtZ closed : Mao&t th,y rpurshs-jv TJATIOMAT. BISCUIT fc? giils," the c ..oitcs? announce." Then out would corner's Ijox of Uneeda Biscuit and a jar of of the lntos: Svelrd 'HKiool, ,a.? fa aaTsltc-e'-i potted cblcken. Nimble fingers would set to work nnd in a twink ling llttlS Piles of chicken sand- he little circle of friend" grow closer, day by day, chatting in the "sunny bay win dow, sipping tea or coffee and nlb1 hllng National Biscuit DellcaoleaJ AUCTION As I must leave the farm and am moving to town. I will sell the tho following property, located ono mile north and two miles east of North Platte, Neb., on Wednesday, December 3, 1919, Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., ; . , 108 HEAD OF CATTLE i' Twenty-four head of milch cows, 12 are giving milk now, all are with calf and some of them fresh soon; twenty-four head of stock cows, all of them with calf; 7 head of 2 year old steers, 8 2-year-olr heifers, will be fresh in spring; 14 head of yearling calvos, 30 head of spring calvos, mostly all White Faces; one three-year-old Red Short Horn Bull, eligible to registry. 13 HEAD OF HORSES One span of grey geldings G and 8 years old, weight 3,000 and broke; one span black geldings coming 3-years-old, weight 2G00; one span lilack geldings 10 years old, weight 2100 and broke; gray gelding 8 years old, weight 1300 and broke; bay mare 7 years old, weight 1400 brqke; gray gelding 12 years old, two bay saddle horses G and 8 years old, weight 1000 each; brown single driver, 9 years old, weight 1300; brown mare 12 years old. . 13 HEAD OF HOGS 13 head of shouts, weight about 175 pounds each. FARM IMPLEMENTS 2 Deerlng mowers, 1 is practically now, 3 Milwaukee mowers in good shape, 2 hay stackers in good shape, 3 hay rakes in fair shape, 2 hay, sweeps, 2 riding listers, 2 cultivators in good shape, 1 grain binder in good Bhapo, 4 wide wheel wagon gears, 1 narrow wheel wagon with box in good shape, 4 bale racks, 1 hay rack, 1 three-section -harrow in good shape, 1 throo-horso gasoline engine, 1 wind mill and 2 water tanks, 1 four-horso road scraper, 1 scraper, G set of work harness, most of them In good shapo, 1 good saddlo and bridle, 1 spring wagon, 2 good grind stonos, 1 large size Do Laval cream separator. IMPROVEMENTS 2 wagon shacks, ono 10x12 feet, othor 8x10 feet, 1 cow barn 14x30 feot, 1 cow shed, holds 50 head of cattle, 1 gralncry 12x14 feet, 1 milk house 8x10 feet, 1 hog shed, 1 garage, 1 hen houso. HOUSEHOLD GOODS I kitchen cabinet, 2 range cook stoves, thoso stoves nro in good shapo, 1 heating stovo, 1 table, 1 stack cover and 2 tents. 200 tons of prnlrio hay in stack, 200 bushels of ryo, and a number of things not mentioned. FREE LUNCH AT ELEYEX O'CLOCK TERMS 6 months time, 10 per cent interest. All sums under $20 cash. -It will pay you to bo with us at Uiis sale. MRS. DORA E. ROBINSON, Owner. ED. KIERIO, Auctioneer. RAY C. LANGFOJID, Clerk.