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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1916)
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TUESRA1', NOVEMBER 28, 1910
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
For Ront Threo rooms ror house
keeping. Inqulro at 502 West 4th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Purdy have re
turned from a visit with relatives In
1008 wost Fourth street, Homcopatlc
PUBLIC RECEPTION TO GOV-
ELK CI' NEVILLE DECEMBER Sllu
Tho cltlzons of North Platto aided
and assisted by residents of many
other Weatorn Nebraska towns will
tondor Govornor-olect Kolth Novlllo a
public icceptlon In this city next Tues
day evening, Docomber 5th, Whllo all
citizens will participate In 'this rati
fication of our townsman's election to
tho hlghont office In tho stnto, tho Vco
mon lodge, with your Undo Bill Tlloy
as chief. Is ono of the prime
movers In this compllmcnr that Is
to bo paid one of tliclr members,
lor be it known tho governor-elect Is
a Yeoman. The Chamber of Commcrco
is also a factor In the get-up, and Its
members will assist In seeing that
tho "sinews of war" are provided. Tho
reception will bo non-polltlcal; mem
bers of nil parties joining In this
glorification over .rno selection of a
Western Nebraska man for govornor.
Tho program for tho evening hai
not been fully completed, but among
the featurofl will be a big purade,
flro works, band and drum corps mus
ic, bon-flres, firing of cannon salutes,
Charles Walters left Saturday for ,:;' 'TL m.
Chicago to transact business for sov-j Th(J roc'epton proper will bo held
oral daytf. at the Loy(1 opora noua0( Which will
For Salo Two lots on wot Fifth bo npproprlntoly decorated for tho oc
stroot. Inqulro of Will Hawley. 90-2'casIon. Horo a number of abort nd
t ..ti .t uf,i ti.,- i.hI drosses will bo made by mwtorn No
Leo Mullen o Wood River, J,'8 , braska men, fruit punch and wafers
i vnf u 80rv0(l' d opportunity given to
l aui isojan. j evory ono to Kra8p tlio hand of tho
For a warm roaoptlon on a cold next governor of Nobraska.
day buy your coal of Loypoldt &' Several hundrod invitations have
Pennington, been ejbnt to resident of wostom
a (- ,v i,n t,i,i nf i.J Nebraska It Is oxpocted that dele-
Llwdone c0 trom siAn ntl
Sn?! !? ovoning ny mo AllInnco nna intervening towns in the
Yeomen arcnors. WMt an( from tt 1()Wn8 ,)0veon
Miss Ireno Hubbard returned Sun-, Koarnoy and North Platte on tho east,
day evonlng from Koarnoy whoro shoi , Yostordwy an Invitation was wired
visited her sister. I to Prosldont Woodrow Wilson.
J. B. Plolstlckor, of Dickons, spent ,,ZuJfal?letnl,s Wl" bo e'von ,n Prl
the week ond visiting Mr. and MrH.,"nya ,BSU0-
F. C Piolstlckor. N)rf(0 HrwVIV iiospifjii .ote.s.
For Farm Loans seo or wrlto Gono Mrs. 0. Mercury, of Staploion, was
Crook, room 3, Waltemath building, lct0 roturn llon,e 11,0 la3t ,r tho
North Platto. 41tf j Mls"8 A Toblnf hoa(1 nurg0 ,1Q8 re.
Keith Novlllo returned yesterday, turtli to H10. haP,tal
morning from a vlsli" tho oastorn1 MMlor Tod Woodgato unditirwont
part of tho state ' . a i"Inor oporatlon Wednesday.
Miss Minnio Lowo will bo nblo to
Mrs. Cleorgo Crick, of Norlhport, return homo tomorrow.
formerly of this city is visiting in' Mrs. W. Hassc undorwont a serious
oporatlon and Is resting nicely.
town with local frionds.
II. Q. Knowles is tho nroud nos-L. ErmL8t th ,,ul. 8011 .f Mr. and
KKnr nf il MnPlinll Plntm nnrnhnan.l ' '". UOO. UrOOTllng UtlUorWOnt a
" " - w - w m, WUMM. . 1 ll. . M it
from tho Walkor Music Co.
Mutual Building &Loan Assn.
OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
To Prospective Building & Loan Borrowers;
Non-resident Building & Loan Companies are adver
tising tho fact that tliy hav; reduced the monthly payments
of borrowers to SI. 10 per month on each $100.00 borrowed,
making the monthly payment the same as the Mutual Build
ing & Loan Association of North Platte. They fail to state
that of the $1.10 paid to the non-resident company, there is
only thirty-five cents credited as a principal payment, the
balance seventy-five cents being taken for interest. Of the
$1.10 monthly payment to this association on each $100.00
borrowed sixty cents is for interest and fifty cents is credited
as a principal payment.
This difference in the amount credited the borrower
will result in the borrower in the non-resident company be
ing compelled to pay not less than $25.00 more on each
$100.00 borrowed in order to discharge the debt than they
would if they were doing the business with this Association.
, Mutual Building & Loan Association
OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF
THE COUNTY BOARD
minor operation tho last of tho week
Miss Svlvla Wood unto will lin nliln
For Ront Five room modern house to return homo tomorrow.
014 Lincoln Ave, corner of Sixth SL j. c. Little' was operated upon Frl
Inqulro of J. II. Fonda. 89tf dny.
Mrs. Owon Heggerty and son Pat1 Mrs- J c Scott' r, Morldinn, Ida.,
came Sunday from Donver to attend wa oporatod upon nnd Is doing nlcoly.
tho Flynn-Haggorly wedding. I K dnturt orkyke, of Blrdwood, is re-
t , , I cdving treatment nt the hospital.
Dorscy Loypoldt returned yesterday, t:oi:
morning from Omaha whore ho trans-' Miss Bessie Sallsburuy spent yestorr
acted ibuslneos for several days. j day In Hie south east part of the
Soft Water Shampoo and Electric county.
Massage. Cotttes Boautv Parlors.! Sidney Godwin of Gothonbunr. nnd
Phono Red CSS. 00-2 Miss Alma Nolson of Summltt were
.m.i. . frmriv f n.io t married Saturday aftomoon by County
U n taW 1 im uK JU6
fur iiuiu nmuu aparimoni iurn
ho recently accepted a position
AUb. FrctL Anthony and son of Lin
iehod. Call 108 W. Second Street.
A tenant on one of tho Buchanan &
coin, who .visited Mrs. Bon Anthony' V""""".""
Inn wnlr l.nv vi.,rv1 hnm luiiuj uiuuSi ill uuu TOW
of whoat yesterday for which ho ro-
Mrs. Thoresa Haldorman, of Lincoln,' colvod ono hundred and thirty-three
came sunuay ovening to vtBit hor par- uonars
onts Mr.-anil Mrs. Frod Thompson
Earl Wright loft yesterday for Mer
idian, Wyo-., whoro no will visit his
grandmother and may doeldo to locate
For Bale Piano In good condition,
cheap. Also aomo aiousohold goods
used two months. Call G12 E. 5th. 00-2
Miss Mary Carroll, of Wlsucr, for-
JiihI think of It. $00.00 places you In
jiohhcnhIoii of ii mIioIo block of ground
in iiiq jiuuiiio Jtn i MuiMUrlHinii. nnl
unco mudo In small monthly nay.
inentH. Many tracts enn be bought for
Mrs. Anton Pushman and daugh
tor, of Molroso, camo down Saturday
raorly of this city, is visiting with Mr.,ra?r-n,lR l, v,nlt wlUx Mr. and Mrs.
nnil Mrs. .Tosonh ,. M,nriliv Miln wnnk. " iw wuor or niuru,
Everything now In Jowolry, silver
ware; and novoltlos, Will appreciate a
Bharo of your-patronogo.
C. M. AUSTIN, Jowolor,
Corner Front and Dowoy.
All Elks nro ronuoHted. and frionds
aro invited, to attend tho memorial
sorvlco which will bo hold at tho home
npxt Sunday afternoon nt three o'clock.
Miss AJtn Bonhnm will bo the guest
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sleuthor who 9r lloor n pr-nupUal miscolla
wero rcoontly marrlel In Grand Island
will return horo Thursday to mako
Don't tnko a chance of lowing monoy
by shipping Furs and Hides; wobuy
for, highest cash price.
Sltf ECHELBERY, 600 Locust.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dlst,ol nro en
Joying avlalt from Misses Ruili Car
son of Gothenburg and Mao Browdor
Mrs Hurry Murriu and daughter
Harriett returned Sunday evening
from Lincoln whoro thoy attended tho
foot ball gamo.
If you have not already picked your
lot or tract m too t'ouy Addition
nooiw showor given this ovoillng by
Mrs. Harloy Bonham, Mrs. Roy Knox
and Mrs. W. A. Hayes at tho homo of
Nurso Urowu Homcopatlilo
hy1 l'eople know tlio effect of
tlio remedies to cure.
Novcr iboforo was Churllo Chaplin
over in n funnier mood than in "Bo
hind tho Screon," his latest picture
mjhlcli will bo shown at tho Kolth
Wednesday night. Novor boforo did he
and ridiculous fldvonturcs. Novor
depict far tho flcreon so many absurd
boforo has unybody playod horso with
tho Bortoua buslncs ot llhn making in
the fashion that Clmrllo does. With
Mid tmctH, don't delay. Thoy are go-l this amIU bo shown tho five part Motro
jhk iHKi i feature "Tho Houbo of Tears."
Safety and Strength nro the prime factors which
have built up the First National Bank. Service is u
part of our everyday business, in which we especially
pride ourselves, and which, we believe, if our growth
may ho taksri to mean, anything, is appreciated.
SAFETY! SERVICE! STRENGTH;!
These are tho three elements which should enter
into consideration in the selection of a place to do
YOUR banking. You will find all three here,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
North PIftttt, Nebraska.
November 20, 191G.
Boatd met pursuant to adjournment.
Present HorminghnuBon, Springer,
White and county clerk.
Clalrus allowed op gonoral fund:
A. S. Coatcs, sorvicos as constable,
E. Manion, house ront county poor,
Scott Shaner, services, $15.00.
Peter Jopson, caro county poor,
-Wm Strickland, care county poor
Zlon Inst. & Industrlos, supplies,
$10.50. - .t
Isaac Selby,'mdso county poor, $11.25
Sundry porsons, road work Dlst. 15
Sundry porsons, road work, Dlst. 25,
R. L. Rhino, road work. Dlst. 3,
Louis Macoy, road work, Dlst1, 31,
Geo. Talbott, haying roads, Dlst. 31,
Ot.to Stolzor, road work, Dlst. 2G,
C. II. Eraplo, road worK, uroggmg
A. D. Allen, haying roads, dragging
Suthorlund Lbr. Co. lumber, two
claims, bridge fund $94.70. '
. Tho county treasurer Is Qioroby au-
thoilzcd to correct tho assessment of
Milton Ranoy In Dickens precinct for
tho reason that samo is assessed in
Tho county treasurer Is hereby au
thorized to reduce the assessment of
Suthoilnnd Lunibor Co. from an as
sessment of 10,010 to 1,010 on account
of error In nBsossmont.
Whereupon iho board adjourns until
C. W. YOST,
Novembor 21, 191G.
Board met same nB yoatorday. Pres
ent full board and clerk.
Claims allowed on general fund:
D. B. Whlto, sorvicos,, $59.09.
E. II .Spr'ngor, services, $G5.90.
F. W. Hermlnghausen, services,
Himy CarothorB, mdso county poor,
Murphy & Johnson, coal county
Omaha Rubbor Co., supplies, $13.00.
Harcourt Clothing Co., mdso county
W. II. Humphrey, refund taxos, $4.21
H. C. Hayos, road work, dlst. 54,
J. F. Swift, road work DlBt. 17, $24.00
A potltlon for change In road No.
171 as follows: Commencing at a
point on road 171 In tho S. E. Vi of
tho N. W. 4 or Sec. 35, T. 13, R. 28,
nt tho Bouth ond of brldgo across chan
nel of North Platto river and running
thenco along tho south bank or tho
Bald ohannel to tho 1-10 lino In tho
cast half of Sec. 35-13-28, of a
mllo'west or 'tho east lino or said boc
tlon, thonco Bouth to Intorsect road
171 on tho cast ana wost contor lino
or Soc. 35-13-28. Also to vacate-that
portion or road 171 as now established
botweon tho above mentioned points,
comes boforo tho board ror action.
Tills being a consent potltlon and all
damages having been walvod by the
land owners, potltlon as presented is
Whoroupon tho board adjourns to
Nov. 27, 191G,
C. W. YOST.
Sheriffs Sale. ,
By virtue ot an order of salo issued
from tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nobraska, upon a decree of
foroclosuro rendorou in eaiu court
wherein Florence M. Horshey 1b philn-
tltr and Oliver A. Rldonour ct al are
tlnfAmlnnta mill tn inn ilirocted. I will
on, tho 29th day or Dcccmbor, 19l6, at
2 o'clock p. in., at t)io east front door
ot tho Court House in North Platto,
Llncol n County, Nob., 1916, soil at
Public Auction to tho hlghost bidder
for caah, to satisfy said decreo, intor
ost and costs, tho following described
property, to-wlt: '
South Half (S) of Section Ton (10)
and tho 'North Half (N) of Section
Flftoen (15), Township Eleven (11),
North ot Rango Thlrty-Throo (33),
Lincoln County, Nob.
Dated North Plntto, Nob., Nov. 27,
A. J. SALISBURY
Tho funeral ot the late Mrs. Anna
Simpson was hold from tho Episcopal
church Saturday afternoon ronductod
by Dean Bowkor In tho presence ot
many frionds. Many floral offerings
wore Bent by friends.
A ttorneys J. J. Halllcan. J. G. Beolor
and W. V. Hoagland leavo Thursday
ror Washington, D. c, to assist At
torney General Reed in conducting a
state water right case In tho United
States supreme court.
F. j. DIENKK & CO.
. Real Estate and Insurance
Come and bco us for town lots Id
different parts or tho city. Good in
vestments on easy terms. Houses tor
sale and rent. We have also good bar
gains In farms and ranches.
Cor. Front and Dewev Sta.. upstalra
MAY WOOD, NEB.
I have pleased others, I can please you. MINNESOTA MUTUAL LIFE
Col. F. J. DIXON,
, It's tho household word In Western
WRITi: MB FOR TERMS AND BATES ' Nebraska, ifa Old Lino, the best iron-
ey can buy. It's what you need, ror a
savings bank and Insurance that Insures.-
They all buy It
"There Is n - RenRon"
For further Information
Phono, call or address
J. B. SEBASTIAN, State Agent,
Tho Old Lino ilun
NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA.
DIt. JOHN S. TWINEM
Special Attention to
Surgery, Gynecology nnd Obstetrics.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Nurse Bncwn Memorial Hospital.
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given to Surgery
Office: Building and Loan Building
Phnn. I Office 130
Phones Re8,dence 115
Office phone 241. Res. phono 217
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, - NebrnBka.-
McDonald Bunk Building.
Hospital Phone Black C33.
Houso Phone Black 633.
W. T. PPJTCIIAItD,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218-south Locust St.,
one-half block southwost of the
J. L. Mitchell
of Lexington, Neb., will make jour
Public Auction Sales. No extra chnrpe
for (rasportutlon. References, the
fnrmers and stockmen in Dawson nnd
adjoining counties, for whom 1 have
conducted miction snles for tho past
12 years. Charges rensonnble. For
sole dates, phone or write,
J. L. MITCHELL,
or niaKo uaic nt mis onicc.
FREE RANGE !
ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23d,
Wo will giro away nbsolutely free
a now range to (ho ono who most
nearly guesses tho number of beans
In tho Jar. It costs you nothlncr to
mnko n guess, lto nre making the
nbovo offer to introduce oiir full line
of House Furnishings.
000 LOCUST ST.
Hides 17c lb.
Z Rags 1c lb,
I Bones, Dry, $12
Big Prices for all kinds
: of FURS
: L. UPSBTTZ,
Corner Front and Locust "
DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEY. . .
Practlco Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
72S City National Bank Building.
One Hall Block North ot Postoftice.
A modern Institution for tho
scientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Roy
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent, H. D. V. Lucas, M. D.
J.B. RedfieId,M.D. J. S. Simms, M.D
Miss M. Sieman, SupL
Teacher of Piano
102 South Locust Phone Black 342
DEltimiEJtHY & FOJKBES,
Undertakers und Funeral DIrectori
Day Phono 234.
Night Phone Black (!88.
NURSE BROWN MEMORIAL
For the Treatment of
MEDICAL, SURGICAL, and
Phono 110. John S. Twlncm; M. D.
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. 1).,
I'hyhlclii and 8nrgcon
Office B. & L. Building, Second Floor.
Phone, Offlco, 83; Resldonco 88.
Notlco to Creditors
Estate No. 1438. or Bertha Hocnuel.
deceased, in tho County Court or Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho State or Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said estate will take notice that the
time limited for presentation and filing-
of claims against said estate is
June 8, 1917, and for settlement of said
estate is October 7, 1917; that I will
sit at tho- county court room Mn said
county on Decemebr 8, 1916, at 9
o'clock a. m. and on Juno 8, 1917, at 9
o'clock a. m., to receive, examine, hear,
allow, or adjust all claims and objec
tion duly Hied.
GEO. E. FRENCH.
n7dl Countv Judire.
Notlco to Creditors.
Estate ot George W. Hannah, de
ceased in tho County Court of KlnColn
The State of Nebraska, ss: Credi
tors of said estate will take notice
that tho time limited for presentation
and filing of claims against said
estate is June 1, 1917, and for settle
ment of said Estate Is October 30,
1917; that I will sir at the county court
room in said county, on Dec. 1st, 191G,
at 9 o'clock a. m. and on June 1st,
1917, at 9 o'clock a. m., to receive, ex
amine, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duly filed.
- GEO." E. FRENCH,
- County Judge.
Teacher of Piano
804 west Fifth St.
Phono Blk. 524
Offlco 333 Res. Blaofc .513
DIt. HAROLD A. FENNER
G Roynold Building
Offlco hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
7 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Bought andhtghast market
price i paid
Residence Red 63G
C. H. WALTERS.
Nothing Would PIooso Husband
or Father More Tltnn a Box
of Our Cigars.
J. B. REDFIELD.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
PHYSICIAN &1 SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs. Redfleld & Redfleld
Office Phono 642 Res. Phone G76
Makes a Spoclalty of Farm Sales, Pure
Bred Live Stock and Real Estate.
Phono Maxwell State Bank
at My Eipenso ror Datoa.
Yf, J. HOLDERNESS
Picas o him because thoy aro good
Cigars made from good tobacco
made well by band made fresh.
Ask tho men who have beca smoking
oar cigars for 25 years as to their
We carry a fall line of smbkors'
Edgar Johnston will take notice
that on the 6th day or November, 1910,
P. H. Sullivan, a Justice or tho peaco
or North Platto Precinct No. 1, Lin
coln county, Nebraska, issued an ordor
or attachment for the sum Qt $13.35 in
an action pending beroro him, wherein
Mrs. Nollio Potter Is plaintiff and Ed
gar Johnston defendant; that property
consisting oi money in tho sum of
$10.55 in tho hands of tho Union Pa
cific railroad company, a corporation,
has been attached undor said order.
Said cause was continued to the
29th day of December, 191G, at ten
o'clock a. m.
Dated Nov. Nov. 18th, 191G.
n21-d8 MRS. NELLIE POTTER,
Notlco of Petition.
Es'tata No. 144G of Claus Gruenau,
In tho County Couirt of Lincoln
. Tho State of Nobraska, To all per
sons interested In- said Estate tako
notlco that a petition has been filed
for tho iprobato or an Instrument, pur
porting to be the roroign will or Claus
Gruenau and the appointment o?
Louisa Grenau, as 'Administratrix,
with Will annexed In said Estate,
which has been set for hearing herein
on December 15, 1916, at 9 la'clock a.
Dated Nov. 17, 1916.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
n21-dl2 County Judge.
Notice, Decree of Heirship
Estate of Sophia Moyors, deceased.
In tho County Court of Lincoln
The heirs, creditors and all persons
Intorested In said Estato, will tako
notlco that on tho 11th day or Novem
ber, 191G, Jack Palmer, claiming title
by mesne convoyanco rrom Sophia
Moyara, decedent filed his petition
heroin, alleging that tho said Sophia
Moyors diel intestate on -or about
Foby. 21, 1883, a resident or tho city
or Washington, D. C. and that at the
tlmo or her death Bhe waB tho owner
or, or had an Estate or inhorltanco
In reo simplo tltlo in and to Lota 7
hand 8, Block 04 city or North Platto
in earn Lincoln county Nebraska, and
that no application has been mado in
tho said stato tor the anointment or an
administrator. That sho left surviving
hdr Minnio Oborst, over the ago ot 21,
residing at North Platto, Nobr., a
daughter, Itfary Reagon.ovpr tho ago
or 21, rosldlug at Washington, D. C, a
daughter! Fred Meyers, over tho ago
or 21, residing at Washington, D. C, a
sop, Sophia Fedorhoff, over the ago. or
21, (residing at North Platto, Nebr., a
That all tho debts of said decedent
havo been paid, and praying that reg
ular administration bo waived and a
deareo o enlored barring creditors
and fixing the dato of hor death and
tho degreo ot kinship or her heirs and
tho irlght of descent to said real estate.
Said potltlon will bo heard Docom
ber 15, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m. at Uio
vrt ris-isia i rvrnn. "vw i mo cuuniy juugo m earn
J. F. ,M.HrVlAI..Klf!l jeounWi GEO. E. FRENCH,
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