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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1919)
YOU TELL THE WORLD
It is a Bargain, a Sound and Profitable Investment
Mr. Home Seeker, the H. & S. Addition opens August 15th. It is known, and shall be known, as the addition of ideal and uniiorm
homes. Here is your chance and opportunity to own what you want. ! Get the location. The terms are easy, 5. per cent discount for
cash, or $25.00 down on each lot and a payment of $10.00 per month; interest 8 per cent. Each and every lot will contain a sign
giving the lot and block number, the top number being the block number and the lower number the lot. Get your pick
AND MAKE MONEY HOW?
THIS WAY PLEASE If you are one of the first 10 persons to buy a lot on August 15th after 8:00 a. m. you get a discount of
10 per cent, and if you. buy on August 15th before 9:00 o'clock p. m. of that date you get a discount of 5 per cent. This discount is
in addition to the above cash discount of 5 per cent, with a limit of two lots to any one person. Improvements, side walks 'and cross
walks, electric lights, city water, fire protection and graded streets. No homes to be erected that cost less than $2,500. Get our
August 1st Bulletin, it tells the story. Call at office or phone for particulars. Pick your man and use the phone.
Office Phone Red 612. Brodbeck Building. North Platte, Nebraska.
J. C. HOLLMAN, Att., Legal Dept., Phone Red 384. J.E. SEBASTIAN, Manager, Phone Red 348. C. F. TEMPLE, City Property Salesman, Phone Red 681
for hot weather
Bead necklaces, ll'arl strands wlilto
stbuo bar pins, circle brooches, yeJI
pliip, lingerie clasps nnd colored
nfpiio rln(?8, play an Important part in
ucinif well dressed In summer. And
thorn are special styles for social oc-
,casious and for sports. Clinton has
taken especial pnlns to meet your
'no'jd.j in correct Jewelry for summer
jgTlicro Is n great -variety of patterns.
Style arc the latest modes. Tho Cliii;
'ton leputntlon Is assurance of quail
ty n:ul initio.
Sic, S. CLINTON,
fefEWELEIt AND OPTICIAN.
At tho Sign of tho 1 Jtins.
XOCAL AND PEKSONAL
Shu Fly nnd spray at tho IloxnH.
.Mrs. Frank Eaby loft Monday on a
week's trip up tho branch.
r-Dr. H. O. Brock. Dontlst. X-Ray
Diagnosis. Reynolds Dldg. Phono 148
' Robort Iloaglnnd has nccoptcd a
position nt Tho Leader.
Always try Tho Roxall first, It
Miss Nova Troxlor loft last -vcok for
n month's stay nt Estcs Park.
Dr. Morrill, Donttst. Offico ovor
Wilcox Department StoVo.
Marlon Donovan, of Schuyler, is tho
guost of Miss Jeanno Sollnrs.
Always stop nt tho Rcxall.
Miss Roso McQInley, of Paxton, Is
tho guost of Mrs. Roso Garrison.
.'For Salo Good homo nt COB south
Chestnut. Call at tho promtecs. Cl-2
'Roaa Bcauchamp has nccoptcd a
position with Tho Lcador Morcnntllo
J,Tho Roxall handlos tho goods. tf
fMrs. P. S. Bcauchamp has resigned
htr position at tho 'Wilcox Dopartmont
"'Tho Roxall handles tho goods. tf
Miss Irnia Schorbackor roturncd
yesterday to Denver after a week's
Mlsa Florence Kirkpatrlck camo
dowfl from PAxton to spend Saturday
Shu Fly nud Bprny at tho Roxall.
Cpaul Burns, of Lexington, was a
guest 'Sunday at tho Mrs. George
fMro. 0. J. Porklns nnd daughter
Juno will loaYo this ovonlng for Bon
ver for a fow dayB visit.
rno uawouo naaiea wm uoiu uu
cream social in tho basomont of
Ralph Larson, clerk in tho Forst
National bank, leaves tomorrow for
Plattemouth to attend tho wedding of
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sooborgor expect
to lcavo 'tho early part of next week
on an auto trip to Estos Pant and
Tho Dent Drug Co. has tak?n a threo
year leaso on tho Block building now
occupied by R. R. Dickey, whoe leaso
expires next March.
Millard Perkins and wife, who had
boon visiting at tho homo of his fath
or for tho past month, loft Sunday
morning for Grand- Island.
Elmor James has begun tho orcc
tloti of a rcsldonco at tho corner of
Third stroet and Garfield avonuc. Mc
Mlchaol Bros, hvao tho contract.
Lous grinding dono in our own shop.
Dixon & Son.
W, T. Wilcox has filod with tho sec
retary of state at Lincoln his petition
for delegate to tho constitutional
convention from .tho lloat district
composed of Dawson, Lincoln and
Tho S. & R. sorvlco station sold 850
gallons of gas to automobllista Sun
dnyi which, ,whllo not thoir heaviest
day's business gives somo idea of tho
amount of casolino sold by (ho oluht
r nino dealers in towA. 1
Baled hay is now worth $1S per ton
on track at North Platto, having do
cilncd $2 por ton in tho last ton days.
But llttlo hay is now being marketed,
growers looking for a higher prlco
later hi tho season.
A. W. Archor of Kansas City, arrived
yostorday afternoon to consult with
tho county commissioners in regard
to "plans for tho now court house. Mr.
Archer was located hero for a year or
moro as supervising nrchitcct of tho
For Salo Rood baby buggy. Phono
Miss Esther Schwnigor, who has
bcon in nn Omaha hospital for a month
taking treatment for an abscess In tho
head, waa compollod to Bubmit to an
other oporntlon tho lnttor part of last
week. Tho abscoss Is located back of
tho right oyo, and tho oporntlon is
It wns noiBcd nbout that a cortaln
houso In North Platto would bo va
cant, nnd thoro woro Just exactly forty
applicants for that houso, which is
only nn ordinary rosldonco at thut. It
shows how great in tho demand for
houses In North Platte.
Harry I. Block returned Friday night1
from Chicago and Now York whero ho
had boon buying stock for his stores.
Mr. Block says morchandiso prices nro
Btlll nscondlng and manufacturers nnd
Jobbers nro indifferent whether thoy
soli, probably belioving that prices
will go still hlghor. Cortaln classos
of merchandise nro difficult to ob
tain by reason of tho heavy demand,
not nnly in this country but from for
school tomorrow ov-
'Clinton & Son' will
tako caro of your Eyo
Glass trouble; wo guar
nntoo to glvo you satis
faction. Sign of tho Big
Ring. Son is with Undo Sam In Gor
many, will bo homo soon.
liny Nynl Drag Store.
O. V. McCracken and E. W. McCrack
'on have purchased tho Nynl drug stpre
of Dr McCabo and will conduct It un
der tho name of McCracken Drug Co.
O. V. McCracken Is a graduate in
pharmacy from Croighton University
of Omaha and has been in California
whero ho owned and" operated threo
drug stores. E. "W. McCracken is a
graduate of tho P. & S. school of phar-
tjnncy in California and wns for a timo
ompioyed by tho Bowman Drup Co. of
Oakland, Cal., ono of tho largest pre
scription stores west of tho Rocky
mountains. Tho paat year ho wan chief
manufacturing pharmacist for the Na
tional Pharmacy Co., wholosalo drug
gists. After looking over the field
in' Nebrnskn. Tho will make somo
McCracken brothers have selected
North Platto as ono of tho host cities
in Nebraska. Thoy will make somed
needed improvements in tho store and
oqulp it with up-to-dato merchandise.
Editors YisitSfnto Farm.
Ono hundred and twony-flvo Nebras
ka olltors, wljo woro making a wcelc's
tour in western Nebraska, arrived in
town from" tho west at eight o'clock
Saturday morning, woro met nt tho
train by nutomobiles and taken to
tho stnto farm, vjflioro breakfast was
sorved Jointly by tho stnto farm and
tho Cliambcr of Commerce. Follow
ing breakfast tho editors mado a brief
inspection of tho farm nnd wore driv
on to tho top of tho bluff to view tho
great Platto Valloy. Short talks woro
mada by Chancellor Avery nnd Dr.
Condra i f tho stnto university, Sunt.
Snyder nnd E. S. Davis. Dr. Condra
had a motion picture kodak with him
nnd took a number of views. Tho od-
Iturlal party loft in thoir special train
ror tno inst nt 10:30.
Riplancs Coming "West.
Nino Biplanes, known as tho "All-
American Pathllndors," will lcavo Min-
oola, N. Y tomorrow on a flight to
San Francisco. The itinerary em
braces 171 cities in fifteen Btatos and
covors 4,173 mllos. Whether North
Platto is on tho routo has not bcon
stated. Tho objects of tho flight In
cludo nn educational campaign do
Bignod to show tho peoplo of the actu
al workings of an aero squadron: ro
cruiting for ovory branch of tho mili
tary Borvlcoj establishment of aerial
mallways for government malls: ob
talnlng military information for tho
air sorvlco; testing norial radio
phones nnd obtaining information on
which to baso recommendations for
tho pacing of stool hangars.
Sells ICO Acres' for $2S,000.
J. I. Smith has sold his farm near
tho Bnkor school houso, four mlloo
wost of town, to Chns. II. Shlnn, a
Jnp, for $175 per noro, or ?23.000.
Possession will bo given tho first of
noxt March. Mr. Simth purchased tho
farm olovon years ago for $5,000 and
oxpended $2,000 on improvements, nnd
on this invostmont mndo good lntor
ost. Ho thoroforo cleans up $21,000
Oscar Klein Dies.
Gub Huffman received a letter yes
terday telling of the death at Brook
lyn, N. Y., of Oscar J. Klein. Death
was duo to cancer of the throat. He
left (his city tho early part of July for
tho Mayo Broes. hospital at Rochester,
Minn, for an examination bit noth
ing could bo dono for him, and he then
wont .to the homo of his sister in'
Brooklyn whore ho died. Mr. Klein
lived hero for two or threo years, and
during that tlmo played as a violinist
at the Garman theatres.
: :o: :
Tho good peoplo of Brady, having
bcon Informed thnt tho army truck
train would stop in that town ror a
nooa rest, hnd prepared a big feed for
tho officers and men. Tho trucks,
however, went trundling through a
day lato without oven stopping for
Tho published bard: statements show
that on July 31st last tho deposits in
tho banks nt Brady exceeded $600,000.
C. E. Carkins, of Wallace, has ar
rived from overseas service accom
panied by a French bride.
Bert Smltr, living northwest of
Wnllaco, has sojd his 1G0 acres for
In tho Sammy. Girls' contest at
Wallaco, tho Ford .truck was awarded
to Fred Walter, who lives southeast
of that town.
Dr. J. C. Wilson, of Elm Creek, has
decided to locato In Sutherland,
Tho Courier says that although a
scoro of houses havo been erected in
Sutherland this year, moro nro need
ed to accommodato tho people.
BUI Emplo, of Sutherland, has a
couple of cracked ribs, tho result of
coming In contact with tho hoof of a
horse. ' .
D1U HAROLD A. FENNEIt
Announces his discharge from milit
ary servlco nnd the establishment of
his offico over Hlrschfeld's Clothing
Phones: OfTico 333. Hes. Red 8BG.
Wanted Liberty bonds at market
price. Louis Lipshltz.
II. Dixon & Son, Sight Specialists.
John Oswald and wlfo, of Seattle
who had been visiting at the Perkins
homo tho past wok, loft for their
Notlco For Bids.
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dorsigncd, duly appointed ns a build
ing committee, for tho construction of
a school housa in School District No.
8, in Lincoln county. Nebraska, will
rccolvo sealed bids for tho construction
of a school houso in said school
District up to noon of tho first day
of September, 1919, nt tho offico of
Booler & Crosby, Attorneys, North
Platte, Nebraska. Pans and specifica
tions nro with Mr. A. E. Iloltgron,
Horchey, Nebraska, and may bo ex
A certified chock in tho sum of
threo hundred and 000-100 ($300.00)
dollars, payablo to tho treasurer of
I School District No. 8, in Lincoln
county, Ncbrnska, must accompany
Tho undersigned rosorvo tho right
to roject any nnd nil bids.
SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF SCHOOL
DISTRIOT NO. 8 OF LINCOLN
COUNTY, NEBRASKA. .
Mutual Building and Loan
Of North Platte, Nebraska.
RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
The Association has unlimited funds at its command to
assist in the building or purchase of homes for the people of
North Platte. If you are interested, the officers of this
Association will render every assistance and show you how
easy it is to acquire your own home.
,T. C. PATTERSON, BESSIE F. SALISBURY,
At Johansen's Sale Barn, North Platte,
Saturday, Aug. 16.
38 Head of Cattle
12 milch cows, 26 ste-ers and heifers, yearlings
and two year olds.
10 Head of Hogs
Shoats and Sows.
Other articles too numerous to mention.
S. M. SOUDER
T. F. HEALEY
Liberty Land Company
Office Over Rexall Drug Store.
Choice Farm Land in Lincoln and udjoining Count
ies. Also some good Ranches. Houses and Lots
in all parts of North Platte. Look for the di8 l sitn,
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