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SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Ono tcnr hy Mail, In ndrnnco. .81.7ft Ono I cur by Currlor, In advance, $2.00 Entered at tho North IMatto, Nebraska Pofltolflco as Second Class Matter. TUESDAY, lUM'KMIH'.lt 9, 1919. 5 " ' ' , ' . -r fir1 - : P LINCOLN COUNTY' NOTKS AN'O I'ivIISONAL JIKNTION -Mr. und Mrs. H. L. Alnlay, of Urady. liavo roturned from their wedding trip to Chicago and Minneapolis and Mr. Alnlay Is again occupying his ponltion at hte hank. Roynolds & Son, Who are holding 8.000 head of sheep at Urady, lost twonty-nino head one day laBt week when train. No. 2 plowed through n lninnli of tlinin Tho Nugent leo house at Maxwull was destroyed by flro last weok. Thret) hundred busholB of potatoes storel In tho building by tho Loypoldt-Pennlng- ton Co. wore lost Jbo Elllnwood, who Is talcing tho pharmacy course at Crolghton collego, has roturned to his homo In Maxwell tho coll org having closed on account of Inck of fuel. Robert Taylor shipped eight hun dred head of cattle from Wallace to South Omaha last weok, and will ship sovoral hundred more head when cars aro available Mrs, Frank Skrlvan, living Hcvori miles west of Wallace, pascd away last Wednesday. Death was duo to uremic poisoning. Floyd Marshall, of Wallace, has gonu to Excelsior Springs, Mo., to tnko treatment for rhoumatism, A. J. Motherscad has been appointed chairman of tho fuel committee at Wallace. Fuel conditions In that town havo boon fairly good, but in tho fu turo greater conservation will be observed. F. D. Patton, who Is feeding five thousand sheep on tho Combs ranch near Ilcrshcy, 1ms suffered a loss of ton per cent slnco tho stormy season began. In distributing tho feed tho strongor animals got the greater por tion and many of thoso Ill-fed died ofi oxpoBuro and lack of food. j During tho closing weok of Novoni bor socloty in Suthorland was mudo uctlvo by two weddings. On Novomber! 26th Miss Jonnlo Whlto, daughter of 1 Mr. ana Mrs. D. B. Whlto, became tho brldo of Charles McNeil, nnd after January 1st will make their homo on tho A. Q. McNeil ranch. On Thanks giving day Freda Myers, daughter of Mr. and MrB. F. G. Myors, was mar riod to Floyd M. Young with all tho accompalments of a woll-appolntcd woddings.- In order to conserve fuel tho throe church organizations in Sutherland unite . In union sorvlco, Each church lias. enough fuel for one norylec aftor Nothing is more appreciated by a .woman than furs. Ulock is offering exceptional values during Uie big Year End sale, ::o:; Itctiirii Stolon Coal, govohtoon young mon of this city flngagod laBt Tuesday, night in an en countor with a special train of cars loaded with coal en revie to Kansas City. Whllo tho train was standing in the railroad y,ardB they tackled it and throw off many largo and fine looking black diamonds, to tho esti mated amount of about seven tons. Tho noxt day Union Pacific- Detective Galyan was In tho city and rounded up the ontllt. Wednesday afternoon County Judgo Nlsley entertained eight of the bunch and lined each ono adollar and costs, in all $3.80 each, nnu instructed each man to roLurn tho coal ho took to tho railroad company. And it was roturned. If the balance ot th'o party do not show up before nizzonor, plead guilty nnd accopt Uie torms of tho court, warrants, wo aro its! You will sure be satisfied i you trade with us. e are Fighters of the H. Co L. We have just opened Store No. 4 and are prepared to take care of your wants at four well stocked stores. -Here are a few of our Introductory Prices CANNED GOODS. 2 2 Each Can Corn lc Can Peas 15c 2io Can Tomatoes 15)c Can Sour Kraut -10c Can Sour Kraut 1 7c Can Hominy l"c Can Pork and Beans 10c Can VanCamp's Pork & Beans 19c Can VanCamp's Pdrk & Beans'JlJk' Can Sweet Potatoes 25c $2.75 Can Pumpkin 15c 8 oz. Glass G. & S. Mustard 15c 7 oz. Glass B. & B. Mustard 10c 151u oz. R. B. C. Catsup 23c 14 oz. Heinz Catsup 38c 8 oz. Heinz Catsup 23c Tall Can Pink Salmon 22c Tall Can Red Salmon 28c Small Can Fancy Red Salmon 24c Large Can Booth Sardines 28c lVe have n large assortment of Cniuly and Nuts for tho Holiday Trade, No No No No. 2 No. 3 No. 3 No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 WE CARRY FRESH MEAT, BREAD AND MILK AT ALL OUR STORES. Jap Rose Talcum Powder 10c Jap Rose Glycerine Soap 12c Doz. We Carry a mrg? line ill p. & G. White Laundry Soap 9c 1,70 Ci4. JJ irrflvl Trilby Toilet Soap 10c $1.75 Fruits and Vegetables. LavaHanisoan 100 $2.15 Small Gold Dust 5c $120 PANfV ROYPn APP1.FR Tinre Gold Dust 30c h'.ll Better set vour holidav suddIv while we ?e?a?c.e. ?tarc1.1 !!c $1.10 . ' ueuuioiu atarcn iic $2.15 nave a complete assortment. Elastic Starch uc $8.05 Arco Corn Starch , 13c SUNKIST ORANGES None better. We handle them. FLOUR Have you tried our Gamble with Spring er high quality flour? Try it. You will be pleased. The price is always right. We also sell N ,rth Platte flour. Arm and Hammer Soda J Sc Yeast Foam 4c Skinner's Macaroni 09c Skinner's Speghetti 9c Skinner's Egg Noodles 9c 4 lb. Package Red Moon Pancake Flour 3Sc Pure Buckwheat per pound 10c Large Package Armour's Corn Flakes 20c Package Krinkle Corn Flakes 10c Large Package Rolled Oats . 29c COFFEE We can Tlcasc You Both in Quality and Price. GAMBLE With SPRINGER THE CHAIN SYSTEM STORE No. 1 at 322 North Locust Street, Phone 203. STORE No. 2 at 116 East B Street, Phone 496. STORE No. 3 at 621 East Fourth Street, Phone 971. STORE No. 4 at 824 West Third Street. L0 matters not which road you take you find us in all parts of town. is Look North South East and West WE ARE THERE. Hiirnritn 1'iirtv. i FUEL FA31IXE JfAKES Ton luivs nnd ton Kirls met at tho told, will Do ishuou for tliolr urroBt ami homo or Juno t'onunH rnuuy uvums Moro Umn i .MILLION IDLE .HEX formal complaints wil ho Med againBt' and woro among thoso participating in' 1Jlo ovcr tho countryi a8 a resuit 0 the oacu ono. n biiouiu do romomncrcu that when a carload oC coal on tho U. I slon holng a surprlso on llarloy Uuri- noll. Somo of tho Hiimo boys ana gins ' had a bob sled party on Saturday ov P. tracks 1b moloHtod, that Undo Sam is bolng touched, and It (loos not pay to got funny with him. Most of tho u,uu viu ""'""o t ri ii lu' ovt'r 1,10 tommy, u u iuauiL in uiu a Burpriso party at tho Roy uunneii fuol ail0rtaB0i according to estlmatoa homo on wost Ninth street, tho occa-) ,na(l0i Thls fl 0 ,8 consillorod ,nogt party, woro married mun and thoy took: onlng. After riding around town for the f uol to koop their families from somo tlmo they wont to tho homo of Donvor Wllsan und spont thu ovumng in popping corn and making fudgo. All enjoyed tho moonlight rldo. : :o: : Call 212 for fresh grocorlos. Dick Stogomann. 77tf sifforlng. Loxington Ploncor. ::o.: UnuBiial values in plain or fur trlmmod coats of ovory matorla.1 in tho lot- of four hundred offorod at tho Your End sale at Block's. conservative hy N. P. Morow, of Uie national fuol administration. Railroad i count, ?1000.00 COjnilSSIONEltS' PItOCEEDINGS. December 1, 1919 Board met pursuant to adjournment present Koch, Honnlnghauson, Spring er and county, clerk. . Claims wero allowed as follows: Murphy & Johnson, lumber, $674.00 Farmers Lumber & Coal Co., on ac- A SERVICE MESSAGE TO FARMERS. : March 1st, the day on which most formers make financial arrangements for the year, is only something like four months away. This year it will he a good thing to keep this date in mind and to make early arrange ments for settlement, renewals, etc. In the matter of accommodations, a word spoken now may save disappointment later on. All signs seem to point to the fact that an unusu al volume of Business will be handled by us next spring. Platte Valley State Bank, NORTH PLATTE, NEB. administration reports received Indi cate in somo sections entire commun ities aro suffering becauso of 'idleness brought on by the striko, and conse quent shortago of coal. It Is estimated that tho loss In pay roll alono amounts to moro than two million dollars per day, granting that somo of those estimated out of em ployment aro working a fow hours dally as may bo tho caso. What the Iosb aggregates to business cannot bo estimated at this tlmo but it will bo onormous. It Is also stated that tho railroad workers aro beginning to feel weight of tho striko. Thousands of mon hiiv boon cut down In tho hours they aro employed and as many moro will bo dropiKHl from tho payrolls as tho numbers of trnlns oporatod aro ro- ducod. In the middle west alono tho value of tho manufacturing output is bolng reduced not loss than four million dol lars a day. : :o: : Useful holiday gifts, such as furs, gloves, son Boieu cozy "comfy" slip pors in a Dig variety at Tho Leader Mercantile- Co. mtwwviAVimfmm' Dolls or Toys lVo don't huvo nil tho Dolls anil Toys nnd Xmns goods in IN'orth Plntto, Imt wo linvo n fnlr stock nnd will soli them nt right prices. No hold-up hero on ac count of conl shortage. Come in and ho shown. Geo. Frater. DR. L. J. KRAUSE. DENTIST McDonald Bank Bldy. Phono 97. Murphy & Johnson, mdse. county poor, ?'0.3U. Omaha Structural Stool Co., bridges $975.00. Coutes Lumber Co., lumber, $2405.10 Homer Rodgors, road work, $40.40 E. H. Springer, services and mileage, $130.40. F. W. Hermlnghausen, services anc mileage, $111.40. will Jensen, road work, $4.00. Win. Schick, road work, $14.00. John Hansen, road work, $7,00. Loren Roson, road work, $39.50. Standard Co., plumbing, $12.50. Llerk & Sandall, supplies, $9.75. Ray Cantlln, stovo, $25.00. Dave Scott, gravel, $60.55. Platte Valley Co., plumbing, $18.65. Jorgen Roson, road work, $39.50. Sundry persons, road work Dlst. No. 16, $70.50. Sundry persons, road work Dlst. IV $267.00. J. R. Rltner, bridge work, $424.22. Wm. Johnson, bridge work, $300.30 Anna Anderson, caro of Emma An dorson, $35.00. A. S. Allen, salary, $166.66. W. T. Elliott, bridge work, $40.50. D. J. Pulllam, bridge work, $8.00. A. S. Allon, office oxponses, $23.68. Esslo Wossburg, salary, $100.00. Fred Tobas, bridge work, $17.50. Fay Elder, salary, $80.00. Ailoon Cochran, salary, $175.00. Alleen Cochran, expenses, $S5.00. Paul Moyer, office ront nnd services, $36.00. O. M. Sholty, services nnd cash Itoms, $100.55. A. J. SalUbury, salary, $145.80 Ralph notoljUipn, deputy shorlff, $40, Aiioon uocuran, omco expenses $46.04. M. C. Loth, road work, $21.00. S. Workman, road work, $27.35. Milton Ranoy, road work, $32.00, J. E. Schram, dragging, $16.00. Nob. & Iowa Stool Tank Co., culvorts $893.14. Nob. Te. Co,, ront nnd tolls, $80.70 sundry porsons, road work, $52.50. C. L, Grant, road work, $21.00, S. J. Koch, services and mileage, $57.50. Frank England, road work, $21.00. "W. D. Waldo, road work, $18.00. Louis Refolr, road work, $9.00. Horace Colo, services, $1.75. Chas. Hurst, services, $1.75. Adjourned to December 8, 1010. ::o:: ".Billy's Placo," opposite the depot, makes a specialty of steaks and chops. Also Borve 35c and 40c merchants' lunch. Try us. 88tf ::o:: Fur Coats and Robes. Wo tako orders for tanning furs I and hides for coats and robes and for tho making of coats and robes from furs and hides. Coats rellned and re paired. 91tf L. LIPSHITZ. .Tohansen's Snle Dates Docombor 6th, M. J. Rellly,'s land sale in,Max well. , 11th. Harry Goldsmith's general farm sale, southwest of North Platte. January 20th, Geo. Snyder's general farm sale 3 miles east of Maxwell. February 4th, Leo Mustard, general farm sale, southoast of North Platte. , 18th, A. H. Turpen general farm sale 10 miles northwest of North Plntto, :;o:: FOR SALE 31y Little Six Bulck touring car In first class condition at a very reason able price. T. C. PATTEBSON, 2 Building and Loan Building. 91tf Public Sale of Registered Poland China &Dwoc Jerseys AT BERRYMANS BARN AT COZAD, ON DECEMBER 13th, 1919 AT ONE P. M. SHARP. 12 Head of Duroc Jersey Boars 12 5 Head of Duroc Jersey Gilts 5 12 Head of Poland China Boars 12 5 Head Poland China Gilts 5 All spring farrow, a good lot of rugged boars, with a few good breeders boars. H, A. GEIKEN, I QwMER; W. S. ATKINSON, J WNERS- COLS. THORVAL.D JENSEN and 0. D, SMITH, Auctioneers. S. D. RALSTON, Clerk.