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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1912)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., AUGUST 6, 1912.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
A. M. Mason left this morning for
Central City to attend the reunion of
the G. A. R.
The Girla Friendly Society will be
entertained this evening by Mrs.
Richmond Birgo and Miss Anna Kramph
at the homo of the former.
E. L. Garrison, who had been visit
ing in Iowa, was called here a few days
ago by the illness of his daughter, Mrs.
Facka, who lives in Dickens precinct.
Alonzo McMcMichael went to Centrul
City today to attend the G. A. R. re
union. Robert Ginn, of Perry, la., returned
home todny after visiting his brother
Fred and family.
Miss Emma Pollard, of Schuyler, who
was the guest of hoi sister Mrs. James
Guyman, left for home yesterday morn
ing. Minor Hinman returned yesterday
from Hastings where he went to see
about the shipment of several Chalnlpr
Mrs. Wilson Tout, son and daughter,
are visiting relativos in York.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Yates
Sunday wore Mr. and Mrs Jenucttc of
Mrs. George Prosser will entertain
the Presbyterian Aid Society on Thurs
The Episcopal guild has been post
poned this week on account of the
picnic Thursday nfternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell have as
thnir minst this wtnk thn former's
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momcr mrs. a. luiicnen, 01 uouncn
Bluffs, who arrived Saturday evening.
Charles Mitchell, of Wood River,
visited local friends yesterday.
Perry Sitton. came dewn from Lara
mie thu last of last week to spend
Miss TheoSchwaiger has returned from
Chicago and will visit friends this week
Miss Jessio O'Brien, of Kearney,
visited Miss Elsie Johnson yesterday
while enroute to Denver.
Thos. Darnell, of Lincoln, attorney
for the cnti-snloon leaguo, delivered nn
address at a union meeting held nt the
Methodist church Sunday evening.
Howard Allen, of Farnnm, visited his
brother Arthur Allen the last of Inst
Mr. and Mrs. James Leonard arc
enjoying a visit from their niece Miss
Marie Ryan, of Council Bluffs.
Mrs. Fred Elliott returned last even
ing from a visit with her son Fred and
family in Omahn.
Dr. Marie Ames and non Roy leave
Sunday for an extended visit with
friends in Illinois and Wisconsin.
The Baptist ladies' mission circle will
meet Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Dahlstrom, west Sixth 3treot.
John So th went to Omnha last ovcn
ing to spend a few days.
Tho Rcbeknh kensington will bo n
tortalned Fridny afternoon ,by, Mrs.
Fred Porritt. -; :
Mrs. J H. Fonda and son Everett
left Sunday for a visit in Odgen, Salt
Lako and other western points. "
Edward Cramer, of Holdrege,
visited at the Bonner residence Sunday
while enroute home from Wyoming
Mr. and Mrs. Will Moran and family
of Little Roclf, Ark., formerly residents
of this city, are visiting tho former's
mother and other relatives.
ence Lots For
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All above lots which have prices marked thereon are for sale at said price; all other lots have been sold.
Each lot is improved with cement sidewalks and crossing five feet wide, sewer, and graded street
Afive per cent discount is -given for cash or the lots will be sold upon the installment plan of one'-t'enth
of the purchase price down and one-tenth every three months.
For sale by
WM. E. SHUMAN.
We had 930 acres of pasture lands.
Not a house but one.
Not a sidewalk or an inch of sewer pipe, water
mains or graded streets.
It was all a cattle pasture for the town herd.
That was four and one-half vears ago.
We have the best part of town.
We have fifty-four residences ranging in cost from
$2,000 to $8,000.
We have cement sidewalks and crossings, five feet
wide, for every lot.
A complete sewer system with sewer so deep in
the ground that basements may be had without danger
from water or from the sewer backing in', as it does in
other parts of town. ' 's
We have water mains with good water pressure
thruout the additions.
We have the new part of town and not the old.
WHAT HAS BEEN DONE
In four and one-halt years we have sold $73,311.2$
worth of real estate at lower prices than any lots have
ever been sold around North Platte.
We laid out 240 residence Iota and 102 acreage
tracts. All of these have been sold except 91 residence
lots and within a year these 91 lots will all be sold.
Greater progress has been mads in this part of town
than any other part. Yet the prices of lots which were
fixed at the beginning has not and will not be changed.
You cannot find lots elsewhere in North Platte
improved with sidewalks, crossings, sewer, graded
streets and as close to the business part of the city,
for sale at less than twice the prices which the Trustee
ROY B. TABOR,
Trustee oi the Estate of George W.
Stewart, in Bankruptcy.
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