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lit A Ji HARK. Cdltor ami l'nhllshcr SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Ono Year by Jlnll. In nilTiince. .$!.".' Ono Year by Carrier, In advance, 2. Oil Enterod at tlio North I'lattc, Nebraska Postofflco as Second Class Matter. TUi:SI)AV,3IAItOH Kith, 1020. LINCOLN COU.YIY KVKNTH A XI) 1'HHSOXAL MUXTIOA. (Condensed from County Exchanges.) Frank Diuko and Charles Trombly are carrying the, mall on tho route south ot Maxwell until the government appoints a regular carrier. The Wallnco Winner has Installed a linotype machine at a cost of about throo thousand dollars. Thin sign of proaporlty la good news to tho friends of Editor Enmos who Is Riving tho peo ple of Wallace a bright and nowsy paper. J. lt.-I,cech and ramlly, of Mnxvyoll, will movo to tho Pawnee ranch whore Mr. Leech will take the position of foreman. Chas. Baker, of Maxwell, has return ed from Kansas City where ho took a course of Instructions In the Sweeny auto school. Talmadgo White, living south of Her" shoy, has added a half section to his Whlto Elephant ranch, buying 32P acres from Hans Ostrom. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Erlckaon and Mr. and Mrs. Axel Isaacson, of tho Horshey section loft last week for their now homo In Brooks, Canada. Duo to the prevalence of scarlot ever tho schools of Hershoynvero or dered closed last Thursday. Oscar Brown, of Horshey, was one of tho lucky men In tho land drawing at Torrlngton, Wyo., securing soventy soven acres of tine irrigated land. Os car and his father loft for Torrlngton Sunday to put up a house and break' out the land. Ho was tho only Lin coln county registrant who secured land. Moore & Loypoldt have sold tholi hill ranch north, of Horshey to J, P Primrose, of Sutherland, for $32,000, cash. Tho ranch consists of 3200 ncres and a section of school lcaso. A enrfoad of heifers shipped by Mooro & Loypoldt to South Omaha sold for $10.65 per hundred, which was $1.65 per hundred more than tho firm expected. Tho resources of tho First National Bank of Horshoy havo Increased from $70,000 May 1st, 1917, to $201,000 Feb ruary 2Sth, 1920 . ::o:: Seven I- I. V'.'h Found (Jullty. Sovon of tho ton Industrial workers of tho world, chargod with tho murder of Warren O. Grimm, ono of tho four former soldlors shot during an annls tlco day parado at Centralla, Wash., woro found guilty Saturday night of socond degree murder. Throo others woro found not guilty. Loren Roberts, ono of tho trio, was acquitted on tho ground of Insanity. Tho dofondants found guilty of second dogreo murdor woro Brltt Smith, Ray. Becker, James Mclnornoy, Bert Band, Eugene Bar nott, John Lamb and O, 0. Bland. ::o:: For Snle Three room house and corner lot, electric lights and water In houso. Plenty olmdo. Can give possession nt onco. Prlco $2,100 cash. Call Rod 310 or at 221 South Walnut stroot. 18-4 'f '"' ?"v. b..oc5E oi the C'tiua Jjam Pacific Rmotv&. Farm Lands Hpl-IIS annaun4M the offering I of the hut h a rjtk of tho Cnnndinu Pa -J ue Heierved Farm Lend. UiUil eliia block is disposed of you cua sccura nt low coot a fnrro hon t.i Western Cnnnda Ihntvnil muUo you rich und Indr.pcncUrji. Never again on tho American Continent will , farm lands be oftorcd nt pricci 10 low. Last Big Opportunity Till, block contair j !olli f irtlU. open prftiiiu mnl rich p.ttlc In Lloyd- mlniter end Kxttlolonl Diitrictt of C.nlrnl Alberta utl 5iltclicwn. Iarm l.ndu m o rich pr.irie of Manitoba. Sn-JiMchew.n and Alberta vcrau about $1B n nctn. Land.in Southern Albrrta unJur an irrleation yttcm of unfaJliaa wuterftomlSOan cro up. Tycnty Years to Pay TI10 Canadian Vtcltie offers you thit Und undur u plan of long term, caiy pnymniiU that U rraiiuUablo in tba hlitory of farm inveatinrntt. You nay down 10. 'I'hvtj you have no pay mont on tba principal until tho end of the fourth year, then fifteen annua) payment.. lHtor-( l6 '. In Canttal iSatkatchetran, Scatter Whoolir urew the world'e win wh-ot. Woilil'tprlto ante wero grown ot L!oi dmianter. Lands Ua3er Irrigation In Soutbrrn A. juta, the Canadian Paotfie Railway hat tlevelopod tho Uruost Individual irtlitt.'n uudartalc tna on tlio American Continent. ThU dlitrlct tontn'me soma of tho beet lands lit Canada. An unfailing euprly gf water is udm in liter ad under lha anadinn Cover ir nil. Pricaeranga from (SSO nn ncra up on tha sania aaey pnymeirt tann. 90dO loan on Im provement. 30 year to pay back. Special Rates for Home seekers and Full biformation Tba Canadian Pneille will not sail yatl a farm until yon liava lnpttl it. To maka this easy, .ik-ciaI railway ratal have baaa arrantiad. Do not je lay your iavaetUation. TbU is tba hat araat kbxlc of OinadUn Pacific Kawarvaii Parn Huinra, Send today f.- cemalMa iufomutkia without ebUgatkai. For All Information about Canada see The Liberty Land Co., North Platte, Neb. Si HVBNTS IX X OUT 1 1 I'LATTF, ' Till RTY.FIVF Y KAILS A0 (From Tho Tribune March 14, 1885.) ' The City council passed an ordinance levying a tax of ton dollars on land n, units and placing thorn under $3,000 bond. "Land agents were men who located IhikI seekers on homostondn. Mrs. Catherine Ottman died at the homo of her son-in-law Geo. W. Dlllard at tho ago of fifty-eight years, i Owners of cows noarly evory family owned a cow--wero notified by the marshal that thoy must koep tho animals off the streets and cspecally away from tho business section. Tho first horsoback party of the soason was to bo hold Saturday even ing. Bill McDonald, Lon Graves and a half dozon other young mon and an equal number of young ladles had formed a riding club. A corps of Burlington surveyors had appeared in tho south part of the county running linos for what Is now the "high lino" railroad. C F Ortnsbv announced himself a candidate for mayor, Lester Eells for city treasurer and C. C. Hawkins for city clork. Tho saloons conducted by Bill Tucker and Oyster & Smith woro , broken Into and considerable money taken. Tucker bemoaned tho loss of a half bushel of poker chips which the thief toted away. Tho colobrated American drama 'AcrosBvtho Continent" was booked at tho Keith opera houso. Sheriff Bangs took two boys to tho ti reform school at Kearney. 'At that time there woro slxty-soven boys at that institution. Lots In tho now town of Burnham i City, In tho west part of tho county wore placed on salo. li A. O. Kocken, merchant tailor, called attention to his large lino of, spring and summer suitings. W. L. McGeo and family had return ed from a visit at tho New Orleans ox- position, T. J, Foley wan homo from Now York City whore ho purchased goods for his store and Dr. Clark had returned from Washington, D. C, where he attended tho Inauguration .. . T , fM . . - 1 , i iiumuum loiuvuuiuu. E, V. Filer, president of tho Plum Creek (now Lexington) ball team, was In town arranging for a series of games. ::oi The Klnkald I) 1st rid. Under tho nbove caption' a Washing ton man writes as follows concornliif our concresmaii from tho "BIc Sixth": "A fow years ago thoro was a ro-tj glon in northwest Nohraska that poo- , U plo said was 'no good. Thon Moses 2 P. Klnkald camo to Congress, and of ?jfi forcd tho solution for tho problem in.UC his district. 'Dry farming Is a suc-irfS cess, ho declared, 'but it takes a lot Hi of land for each family to succeed. tC Ho proposed enlarged homesteads, and ir Ptinnn I fiXx tho Judgo got daublo tho amount of jfi I HUlit 111 OO. acres for his farmors. Time has prov- 1J3S on that tho Nebraska Congressman WRB rlelit.. TIIr honr fnrmoro Unvn ,ln. voloped their onlnrgcd homostonds and are onjoylng tho average dogreo of prosperity. Now Judgo KInkald's plan for a million trees for his No- braskans has been adopted by the government, and they will bo distrib uted to over flvo thousalid peoplo b; tho Forest Sorvlce. 'Tlius a Congressman reclaimed tho contract in Jantiary it has received desert and now ho Is having It sprlnk- numerous inquiries from various beet led over with troos. Mon like Judgo , growers' associations rogardlng a con fosea P. Klnkald do tho Impossible, , tract prico for boots based upon tho and wo may also expect ho will find colling prico of sugar Tho announcc a way to plant pools of water on evory !mont continues: farm around tho borders of which his 1 Wo nro anxious nt all times to do treds will furnish shade for fishermen (everything possible consistent with who will soino day gather In tho finny (good bu.slnoss judgmont to meet tho tribe that Undo Sam will bo induced viows of our growers and In responso to provide for those Imaginary lake-.to thoso inquiries wo havo decided to lota' offer a bonus on all 1920-21 operations 'Thoso Inst expectancies arc, of in Grand Island based unon Mm fnl- courso exaggerations But thoy- noom little loss possible than did the schemes of that quiet Nobraska Con-j tho season of 1920-21 roaches or ox grossnian when ho hronchod them to coeds 110,000 bags and if tho average tho lawmakers years ago. Would tha' 0t seaboard or basing price ot beet thoro woro moro Klnkaids mon wholHUKiU. during tho months of Novom- WOUIU WlVOni prnCUCai Wtiys ailU meanB through which government ac tlpn mlgliti ho directed In making othor Boctlbns of tho country happy and prosperous, by simply pointing out nnd Insisting on tho logical, cont monsonso way of doing things." IlKvhcoclc For I'reshlenl. United Statos Senator g'. M. Hitch cock Is now a formal candldato for prosldont of tho Unltod Statos. J. W. Mlthln of Oninhn, ohnlrnnin of tho Htnto iritchcock rgtmlzaitlon, filed with tho secretary of state just before noon Satnrdny 11 hatch of petitions containing much moro than tho hun dred nnmes from each of tho six con gressional districts. Tho only ontry ahead of him In tho democratic primary was that of Itoss of Lexington, tho cccontrlc who runs ovory four years on both tickets. If tho sonntor gets tho highest prefor- onco vote In tho (primary tho demo cratic delegates from Nobraska will bo undor obligations to vote for him In tho national convention until tholr consciences nro satlsflod. Maybe they will vote longer, hocause of the criti cism heaped upon W. J. llrywn in tho 1012 convention for leaving Clark after thirtoan ballots, because Champ ac cepted support from AVall stroot rtole- gatei. Mi;, llrvan Is now r cnndidile for delegate at the democratic tv mHrles. but savs that if olected ho "M never vote for Hitchcock, lettitiK ' : ; alternate do tha votlutr for preside! -::o:: Nomlniile ('ongresHlennl ("nnd Ida I Nonpartisan longue delegates fr the Sixth eongrenslonal district of K hraska. meeting In Orttnd Islaml Sc unlay, nominate,! Jauies Elliott, r' Scott b Hluff for Congressman fro ' that district . Owlug to Mr. KUlotts 111 health It Is uncortalu If he will run, as he resigned train the state exec utive committee recently because of poor health and also declined to per mit the use of his uarae as a candidate for governor 011 the league tleket. H you don't nay that the (lowered heatherblooh petticoat with tho ruffles I on In (lie Stylo Shop window )s not n !.(( at $.1 !)". v ,01 In I I- In . n.1 1 itri ! ii '' 11 v-1 ' : tXI&LRlEIIlKU:tM ?i HI uz Phone 1088. til Mi Hi Stensvad. A New PI acetoae. We want Poultry. We Jjflj jrj 3 We want Cream, Bring them to us and you will receive the Highest Market Price, Correct Weights and Count and Prompt service. Give us a trial and let us turn your Poultry, Cream or Eggs into the most money obtainable. zj LR 73 - 1 Ifi iii - rJ "Ji 'LiE Sal 8JK j iMij riLs 3ft We Pay Cask. Ill" '31 'tv Hi tensvad Poultry NORTH PLATTE, NEB. IK '"St il'KICK OF SUGAR BEETS OX SUGiAIt PIUCE BASIS. The American Beet Sugar compaip announces that since formulating its lowing: If tho total production of sugar at tho Grand Island factory for tW mill nnnnmhnr 1fl20. nn.l .Tnnimrv 1921, exceeds $11 per 100 pounds, tho company will on February 15, 1921, mako an additional payment on all beet deliveries for tho 1920 season of an amount equivalent to $1 per ton of boots for each ?1 rocelvetl por 100 pounds of sugar In oxcess of tho $11 basis, fractions In proportion." ::u:: Go Into Tho Stylo Shop and look at tho protty now spring clothes. It's a pleasure to show them whether you want to buy or not . Christian Science sorvlce Sunday 11 a. m. Wednesday evening meetings tivory week at 8:00. A cordial Invi tation is extended to all to attend those sorvices. Building & Loan build ing, room 2H. Nollce of Sale Under Clinltel Mortgage Notice Is horoby gtvon that by virtue ff a chattel mortgago dated the 9th day of May, 1919, nnd duly filed In the office of tho County Clork of Lin coln County, Nebraska, on tho 10th day of May, 1919, and executed by H. K. Cramm to W. J. Hendy and E. N. Oglor, doing business under the firm nnme and stylo of "Hondy- Oglor Auto Company" to secure pay- niont or a noto for tho sum of $900.00 upon which tharo Is now due tho sum of $590.23 with interest at the rate of 10 por cont per annum from the 27th day of February. 1920, dofault ha been made in the payments of said sums secured therein and no suit or other proceedings at law have been had for the recovery of said sum or uuy port thereof, the undersigned will sell at public auction the property herein described to satisfy the sum above named, together with Interest and costs to the day of sale, to-wit: One Kortl Model- "T" Sedan, engine No. 2861221 ; satrj sale will be held at the Hendy-Ogler Auto Comnunv Gar- Wtge, In the City of North flr.lt e. Lin coln county, Nebraska, on tlm 23d day of March, J MO, at 2 0 tjlook 1 M. Pnted ths 1st day of March. 1920. W. J. HKNDY. K. N. OOIKK. Doing business under the firm viunr nnd style of Ilond;. Oi.. 1 A nix ' x "x Ul :''!,?''!', t'ROS!lN r, 1 x' t . Tr Poultry 312 East Front St. 1 Si -zr - n Th n. n n .S3 ivoisr rm itrv. w. Lream m DIOEST OF THE PKUIAKY LAW FOK 1020 Precinct primaries, April 20, 1920. County, conventions, May 11, 1920. Stato convention, May 18, 1920. On April 20, 1920, each voting pre cinct shall elect delegates to tho coun ty conventions .shall also ol"ct ono man and one woman member of tho county central committee for a term of twe years, which committee shall elect Its owji chairman, who shall appoint a secretary and treasurer of such com mittee. In this prima'ry women can vote for tho following officers and proposi tions: 1. Presidential preference. 2. County officers except judge. 0. Precinct officers except justice of the peaco. 4. Township officers. 5. School officers. (3. Municipal afflcors. 7. Delegates to the national con vention . 8. For county bonds. Women nro disqualified from voting for the following: 1. United States Senators. Members of Congress. Mombers of tho stato legislature. Stato officors. Initiative, referendum or con .1. 1. 5. stitutional amendments . G. Supromo judges, district judg os, county Judges, justlco of poaco or police mnglstrato. In cities whoro registration is re quired tho voters must roglstor boforo they can vote In tho primary. (Jiialllicntlon of Voters Shall bo a citizen of tho United StatoB, twenty-ono years of ngo or up wards. Shall, havo resided in tho stnto six Let's top it off with NOTHING hits the spot like Chester fields. And the blend can't be copied it's a secret. No use loolcinc for "Satisfy" auywhere But in Chesterfields. ML Co. Hi V 7 "7 want Egg, S5 4" in m m as s Hi m m m m BFi m Hi & m m No Trade Here, Coo 312 EastjiFrontlfSt. ffi months, in the county forty days and In tho precinct ten days. A ruing of ihe attornev yeneral of Nobraska proscribes that all candi dates lor precinct commlttemcu both mon and women, must file with the county clerk a request to have their names appear on tho primary ballot. Ho also rules that no fee will bo re quired for such filing. Republican State Central Committee, I. G. BRIAN. Acting Secretary. UinUlAN SOCIALIST GOVEILVJIENT OYEJITIUtOWN BY MILITARISTS. Tho government of Frederich Ebort, the sociaist president of tho German ropubllc, was overthrown Saturday by a military coup d'etat. Dr. Wolfgang Kapp, ono of tho founders of tho fath erland, and goneral director of tho ag ricultural societies, has ousted Gustav Bauor, tho chancellor, and In taking that offico himself, has temporarily as sumed supreme direction of affairs. There are now two contending govern ments In Germany, the new ono, under Chancollor Kapp, at Berlin; tho old ono. undor President Ebort, at Dres den. Officials of tho now govornment declare that it Is not reactionary or monarchist. Tho president of tho old government and his ministers havo Is sued a proclamation calling upon the peoplo to rise in a goneral strike as tho only means of preventing tho re turn of Wilhelm II. Berlin is occupied by troops of the countor-rovolutlon to what number Is not known and tho movomont Is spreading rapidly thruout tho prov inces. Masses of troops and naval brigades with artillory havo been brought into tho capital and dominate the situation. a good smoke Chesterfield BROWN BUTTONS By MILDRED WHITE. (Coprrlcht, lm. Western Newspaper Union) Rlioda sal listening ns Mrs. Hamil ton talked, nnd rebellion rirose within her. Was It for this, the visit had been urged upon her? That sho might be led into a marriage with the ex acting son of her mother's dearest friend. John Hamilton's virtues hnd been sung lito Rhmlu's ears as long as she could remember: John Hamil ton, the spoiled nnd adored of his mother. Rlioda, In her country home had anticipated long this sny In the city. She hnd thought then only of the companionship of her mother's girlhood friend, and of tho Joyful glimpses Into a big world, which sho might give her. Then. "Aunt Cyn thia," as the girl had been taught to call her hostess spoiled it all. "I am going to he perfectly frank, Rhoda,"she said. "To have my friend's daughter for my own daughter-in-law, Is tho secret wish of my heart. Cynthia Hamilton regarded hei guest perplexedly. "It cannot be possible," Mrs. Ham ilton was asking, "that you aro al ready promised to another, Rlioda? But," she quickly ndded, "your moth er would have told me of your en gagement." "Not exactly engaged, Aunt Cyn thia," she calmly replied, "but there Is n man whom I intend to marry the man who has my heart." Which will bo true, Rhoda told her conscience, when the time comes. "Your mother made no reference to a possible ndmirer," Aunt Cynthia said sharply. "I don't think," Rhoda replied, "that mother knows him." "Not," Aunt Cynthia reproached "a clandestine affair I" Rhoda shook her head. "ITo doesn't live In our town," she explained confusedly. Mrs. Hamilton sighed In relief and smiled. "We all have those fancies, my dear," she snld indulgently. "When I see this lover I will consider you seriously. For the present let us drop the subject. I Irivo an errand for you to do. Would you mind going down town? You can ride directly to the store door. I have some buttons to be mntched. brown buttons, for my new suit. The tnllor must have them tonight. Rlioda seized upon this escape, but when she stood In the nlslo of the great department store n snmple but ton In the palm of her gloved hand, Rliodn's cheeks were still Hushed from her (Micounter, ' and two dimples popped out in her cheeks. "Ithcdn Blair." she said mentally, "that was an awful position to put yourself into. Engaged nlmost nnd not 11 man on your horizon." Just then Rhoda, dimples nnd all, bumped Into 11 man who sent the brown button rolling down the tloor. The young man nimbly pursuing thu button brought It back with n bow to It's owner. And Rhoda perceiving him to he hatless. took tin- nice young tnan to be n floor usher nnd asked to he directed to the "button depart ment." With a stare and n quick, pleas ing smile, the young man offered to escort her there and with a protect ing arm against the shopping throng led the way to rfn elevator. As a store usher, however, he was strange ly remiss, for ns the two Issued through a labyrinth of ways, no but ton depnrlment was In evidence. It wns necessary for tho obliging young man again to seek the elevator nnd a search of tin doors below. Ills gaze, as ho did so. was admiringly, though politely bent upon Rhoda's pretty face. And when at last the button de partment wns found the particularly desired button, wns not among Its number; the nice young man promptly offered to have It hunted out In stock, and delivered surely, that evening. It was with evident regret that he bowed his fair customer through tho door way, while Rhoda riding hack to Aunt Cynthia's, experienced a pleasing sense of coming adventure. The ad venture nrrlved that evening. An ex ceedingly nice looking young man, ushered by the mnld Into the presence of John Hamilton and his mother, asked, Hushing boyishly, .to see "Miss Blnlr." While Rhoda, entering nt that moment, wns in time for Mrs. Hamilton's repronchful remark. "You did not tell me," she snld, "that the friend of whom you spoke lived In our city." Impulsively, though perplexedly, the friend' himself, saved Rhoda reply. "I am Jack Warren of Warren & Son's department store." he said, "per mit me to Introduce myself." John Hamilton arising, bowed testily and left the room, while his mother with an astonished murmured re sponse quickly followed. ','1 came," the nice mnn told Rhoda "to bring those buttons : My own de livery. Thought, when your folks knew who I was, L'jat they'd let me stay awhile with you. But, my pres ence seems unwelcome, so "N'ot your peosenro," Rhoda hasten ed to explain. She paused. "I guess I had hotter tell you all about It," shr said desperately, and sho did. Jack Wxrren listened, his pleasing smile broke forth. "I'd love to play up to that 'almost' fiance of 'yours while you are here.' he said. Then eagerly his eyes betd Or girl's. "Afterward," he added durlngl), "i am goin; xi d my lic-t to trv tn onll1'.