The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, August 12, 1919, Image 5
DR: 0. II. CRESSLER. Graduate Dentist Ofiico over the McDonald Stata Bunk. Great Majestic Range 3L Eflicarcts CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. V If h Kodaks and films at tho Rcxull. D. M. Loypoldt trnnsnctod business In Ognlalla yesterday. Wanted to Rent Office room In business section. Phono Red 1174. tf Floyd Steele, of Aldon, transacted business In town yesctrday. Wanted A girl for general house work. Thono Red 533. B9tf. Frank Hoxle, of Ogalalla, spent the week end In town with his family. Always try Tho Rexall first, It ,pays. tf Mr. and Mrs. George Scott, of Cuba, 111., aro hero visiting their son M. K. Scott. Mrs. Emma Wills, of Bridgeport, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Ley poldt. Arthur May, of Gothenburg, was a woelc end guest at tho G. Huffman home. Mrs. Reuben Scott, of Sutherland, spont tho week end' In town visiting , relatives. For Sale Team of young nmrcs weighing 2200. flnquiro of L. E. EbrtRht, North Platte. 00-2 Mrs. E. R. Stoffriggen is spending tho week in Denver visiting friends and relatives. Chaillo Souser is spending several days at Kaig, Neb., looking after rail road liiunoss. When in North Platto stop at tho New Hotel Palace and Cafe. You will bb treated well. B8tf Mr. and Mrs. Emll Andre, of Gree ley, Col., wero guests Sunday at tho A. r. Fink home. Judge Woodhurst is spending sev eral days in Kearney, being called there cn business. License to wed was. granted Friday to Earl Elfcldt. of Sutherland and Ruth Guyer of Valentino. H. Dixon & Son, Sight Specialists. Miss Maudo Monroo returned to Omaha yesterday after having visited Miss Inico Pinkerton Harry Bybee is spending a few days up the branch on an inspection trip for the western union. Mrs. Miller, and daughter Altba, of HerPhey, aro in tho city, visiting wun friends for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Loypoldt wero Sunday guests of Mr. ana Mrs. war enco Moore at Hershey. Tr. nmi Mrs. .T. B. Redfield returned tho latter part of last week from an auto trip to Rochester, Minn. Christian Science service Sunday 11 Mi- nnrt Mrs. E. R. Plumer aro tak ing a vacation this week and spending Tim Wniifpr Bros, drove over to Mullen, Neb., Saturday, delivering a piano to a resident ot mat town. Miss Florence Vecder left Saturday for Fort Morgan where sue win maice qn extended stay witu relatives. Tin VAfin Wessburc will leave to morrow for Ogden, Utah, where she will visit Jier sister for several weens Tho Hurry Scott property, on east Sixth street has been sola to win Hawley for a consideration or $i,uuu. Wanted One office girl and one saleslady. Must furnish references. Permanent positions. W. R. Maloney Co. . Cl-2 Mr. William Reynolds entertained a dozen ladies Saturday afternoon complimentary to Mrs. Conklin, of Chicago. D I A M 0 N D S. See H. Dixcn. MIos Vera GougU returned today from Aurora, Neb., where she has been visiting relatives for tho past two weeks. Mrs. Stafford and daughter, who had been visiting Mrs. Blancho Meld for ten days, left yesterday for Grand Junction, Col. The Chas. Swcdoll farm of over 200 ...na civ milon wost. of tOWn. has been bold to Geo. N .Gibbs and H. L. Pennington, of this city. Eyesight Specialist!., H. IMxan & linn. and C. V. Turplo havo purchased tho W. T. Banks ranch nine miles southeast of town. There aro 900 acres in tho ranch. Tho second sections of tralnB No. 1 and 2 wero pulled off Saturday. This is sa'd to bo duo to the BiriKe oi mo shonmon on tho Iowa roads. Mr. and Mrs., Geo. Fratcr and daughter Miss Tholma, returned bun day night from a week's visit in Den ver and other Colorado points. HhnrHo whoinn returned homo Sat urday from tho mountains, being call ed back on business. Mrs. wneian and children will remain lnaounuoiy Miss Mildred Fitzpatrlck, Is spend inr thn -wofik with her Barents, com inn fi-nm nmnhn. whora sho is a nurso in the St. Catherino'3 hospital ot that city. Sol Cornell, who had been spending tho summor in this city, left yesterday for hlr. homo in Syracuse, N. Y., where ho will attend tho university at that - place. That headacho may bo from your oyes. Consult H. Dixon is aon. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Nathan, of Dos MnJnoq. who had boon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julius PIzor for tho past week, loft yesterday for tho l'acmc coast. Kodaks and films at tho Roxall." Fred Petorson, a formor member nf Comnanv E. returned home Satur day. Fred was in tho army of occu pation, being stationed along the Rhino six months. if THE BARGAIN ; AND IT'S WELL WORTH : YQUR WHILE! Through special arrangements with the manufacturers, and during this Bargain Week only, a beautiful, useful and substantial set of Cooking Ware will be given with every Majestic Range sold. This ware is good ware (not cheap ware) it's worth a lot to you. Come and see for yourself. SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AND f f v BARGAIN SALE OF And Remember r The price of a Majestic Range this week will not be in creased, and there will hardly be a great reduction tfor years to come, if ever, but there may be an increase soon. Majestic Ranges At Our Store One Week Only August 11th to 16th. To Be Truly Economical There Should Be A Majestic in Your Kitchen Economy is not merely spending tho least money buying a range at too low a price is false economy. Tho first cost is not the only cost the little additional first cost of a Ma jestic is nothing compared with its economy of fuel, dur ability and satisfactory service. Nearly a million Majestic Ranges, now economically, sci entifically and satisfactorily serving millions of people, civilians and soldiers, is proof positive of their superiority over. all others. There is only one best. Tlio public luis judged. The Majes tic is recognized as the standard of all ranges. The con struction, material, workmanship and benuty of this won derful range is unequaled, and it embodies important features possessed by no other range. Your Opportunity is Here At our store during our Majestic Hargain Week. It's your chance to got acquainted with real facts about ranges. Wo assure you it will bo worth your while to investigate. THE NEW AND IMPORTANT FEATURES The Wonderful Unseen Riveting Yes, it's rivet-tight, just like the old Majestic, but the rivets clinch inside of nickeled parts, leaving nickel smooth as glass, and there are no big, bulky bolt-heads on the inpide. And, remember, rivets hold tight; bolts with only one or two threads holding are bound to work loose and causo no end of trouble. The Majestic is smooth inside and outside it's a striking beauty more than skin deep. Oh, Joy! Top Needs No Blacking A smooth, highly polished cooking top, burnished bluo, not only adds to tho beauty of the Majestic, but absolutely eliminates the work, dirt and worry of trying to keep tho range looking nice just an occasional thin coat of para line retains its beautiful velvet bluo cloor. If you haven't a MAJESTIC, avail yourself of this opportunity to get acquainted with this wonderful range known the inside of ranges. W. R. MALONEY William Powell returned Sunday from tho lakes north of the city where he spent several weekB fishing. Ho reports that tho fish aro biting fine, and aro plentiful in number. Postmaster McEvoy is asking for bids for repainting tho tilo roof and tho interior woodwork of tho federal building. This is a Job of consider able magnitude. Freeman Hansen returned home Saturday from Fort Dodgo, where ho received his discharge from tho army. Ho was stationed along tho Ilhino with tho army of occupation for six months. Always try Tho Rexall first, it pays. tl Lt. John W. Tigh. arrived homo Sun day, having received his dischargo from tho motor transportation corps at Comp Upton, N. Y. Ho had been in servico over two years, having left hero with company B. In a drive to Maywood, Curtis and other points south last Sunday, quito a few fields of corn wore noticed which havo boon pretty hard hit by dry weather, but on tho whole tho corn crop promises to bo big. A French chokor will interest you Seo Dixon's window. E. ti, Sloniger, tho aviator who is in tho city giving passenger flights In his airplane, loft Sunday for Lincoln, his homo, whero ho will purchase minor repairs for his plane. Ho will return during tho ,week and resumo his fly ing. Mrs. Geo. N. Glbbs was tho first North Platto lady to make an airplane flight. Sho took a seventeen minuto rido Friday ovoning and onjoyed tho experience without fear, waving to tho crowd as tho piano mado its dos cent. We talked to farmer in Cottonwood canyon Sunday who said that ho had purchased tho land on which ho lived four years ago for ?5,000 and had been made an offer of $17,000 for lt last week. He expects to closo the sale this week. Harvey Sorenson went to Grand Is land yesterday for a short visit with friends. Anna D, Harturg and Frank Jj. Eichmer, both of Kearney, wero grant ed a marriage license by, Judgo Wood- hum yesterday. They wero married by Hov. Hess. A new front will bo placed in tho Nyal drug store, thus providing a front entranco instead of an entrance at tho side. It will be a deep en trance with a show window at either sido. Tho now Herrod store room is being fitted up with second hand shelving pending tho arrival of tho new fix tures, which Mr. Herrod lias boon noti fied, will bo several months lato in reaching him. Ancompanlcd by Mrs. A. W. Mc- Keown and daughter and four mem bers of the IJrotberhood of Firemen, tho remains of Frank Gessol, who was drowned :n the Scott swimming pool Thursday afternoon, wero taken Saturday to Doxlcr City, Ohio. John Toogood, who had been em ployed in tho bridge and building gang, d.'td Sunday from cancer of tlio stomach. Accompanied by A. A. Toogood, a son who Is a locomotive fireman, tho remains wero taken to Lona, 111., yesterduy for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coo, of Nebraska City, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Halllgan Saturday and Sunday while onroutc to Wyoming. Mr. Coo resided in North Platto in tho early days. hN father as a member of tho Coo-Carter Co., having largo cattle interests in this section at that lime. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Powell wont to North Platto today to find a houso a thoy expect to raovo thcro. Mr. Powell remained as ho entered upon his duties as assistant chief onglnoor at tlio elec tric light plant of that city, For ft number of years Mr. Powell has been employed aa onglneor by tho United Electric Co. of this city,.- Lexington Citizen. AT THE SUJf TIIUKSDAY-FltlDAY. "Tho Turn in tho Road," all star cast including; Llttlo Don Alexander. Story of a man who has fallen to tho lowest depths, has boon made to seo tlio light of tho Only Truo Gcd by a llttlo child which afterwards turns out to bo his own son. This is one of tho most touching pictures screened. Only two days. Prlco 10 and 25 cents. GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK "Four or flvo years ago," said a dealer yesterday, "ladles hoso which sold at twenty-flvo cents wore popu lar sellers, now ypu can scarcely sell a pair." Perhaps lt is this inclination .to buy better stuff that has partially led to tho high cost of living. Dressmaking Dono Children's clothes a specialty. Mrs. Lain, 419 W. FItfh Street 61-2p When in need of good things to eat Call 212. We receive daily Butter nut and Kream Krust Bread in sanitary parch ment wrapping. Blue Ribbon Coffee is our leader. WE DELIVER. Dick Stegeman, PHONE 212, 815 NO. LOCUST. Notice of Execution .Sale. Notlco is hereby given that by vlrtuo of an oxccutlon Issued by Wr.i II. C. WoodhurHt, County Judge, In and for Lincoln County, Nebraska, In favor of Anna IIoldornoBS and against William lloiderness and to mo dlractou, and which said oxocutlon was Isaual out of said Court on tho 2Cth day of July, 1919, I will at 1 o'clock p. m, on tho 23rd day or August. iaiy. at tno worm Sldo Livery Darn, operated by Julius Mogonson, 100 Block West 8th St., in tho City of North Platto, Nebraska, of fer for salo at public vonduo, tho fol lowing goods and chattols tn-wlt: to satisfy a Judgmont of $7G.8G and costs of 9.00, and nccrulng costs, and also Intorcst at 7 por cont from tho dato of such Judgmont: Ono bay mare, nainad Mollto, 7 years old, weight about 1150 lbs., with wlro cut on right hind foot. Ono brown inn.ro, named Daisy 5 yoarB old, wplght about 1100 llw. Ono brown maro about 17 years old with suckling colt, weight of maro about 1000, Which said goods and chattels have been levied upon and taken under said execution by mo as property cf tho said William Iloldernoss to satlfy a Judgment and costs and accruing costs as above sot forth. Dated this 11th day of August. 1919. A. J, BAIilSBUItY. al2-22 Sheriff of Lincoln County, Nebraska. 5? tAnmri M AWPE 3 Cow Brand The Best Flour Made in the Best Town in Western Nebraska A Home Product Used by all Home People.