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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1919)
DSENER & COM
P AN Y
ifi, Have the following September options on farms in Thomas County, Kansas, which they are offering to the public, subject to prior sale, j-jj
ffi increase in price or withdrawal from the market without notice. The margin of profit on tliese options is small, and the first buyer j
ffi gets his choice. Reasonable terms can be given on most, and on the balance a loan can be procured. All are choice wheat tarms in g
ifi the greatest wheat county in northern Kansas. All oi them will sell much higher within the next six months. Lall at our oince ana let gj
Hi us show you some photographs we have taken ol these farms.
1. Three quarters, all level, two miles from market
Is one of the best wheat localities of Thomas County,
which means one of the best in Kansas. Half section in
pasture, 160 acres in cultivation will be sold seeded, to
wheat, five room house, barn, well, windmill, fences, pos
session in September if desired. $50.00 per acre. Terms.
2. A splendid all level half section, seven miles
from Colby, all in cultivation, in the 30 bushel wheat
neighborhood, entire half section will be seeded to wheat
for purchaser. $55.00 per acre. t
3. Good half section, all tillable, 100 acres will be
seeded to wheat for purchaser, house, barn, well, windmill,
plenty of good sheet water. Only one and a half miles to
market and school. Possession this fall if desired.
$45.00 per acre.
4. A splendid wheat quarter, all level, all in culti
vation, will be seeded to wheat, entire crop to buyer.
"Vheat on this quarter this year turned out thirty bushels.
Seven miles from town, half mile to school. $52.00 per
5. A fine quarter section, good wheat on it this year,
six miles out, near school. Can be sold seeded to wheat for
$54.00 per acre.
G. Quarter section one-half mile to town, no im
provements, all in cultivation, level as a floor, will- be sold
seeded to wheat, the second crop, for $60.00 per acre, easy
7. Half section, 40, "acres in culUvation, balance in
pasture, all smooth, five miles from one town, four miles
to another. $34 00 per acre.
i8. Square section all in pasture, half level, .some
bottom land, in well improved locality. $26.00 per acre.
9. Half section, 95 per cent tillable, all in grass.
$22.00 per acre.
10. Quarter section mile out of Colby, improved, 80
acres in cultivation, balance in pasture, level, $85.00 per
acre with 80 acres seeded to wheat, entire crop to buyer.
11. Half section fine level land, good hay in pasture,
six room house, well, windmill, fences, other improve
ments, 180 acres in cultivation, will be seeded to wheat,
landlord's share to purchaser. $65.00 per acre.
12. Three square section, all in grass except 160
acres under cultivation. Excellent wheat land, 95 per
cent tillable. One crop will pay for same and all expenses
when seeded to wheat. $31.00 per acre. Terms.
All of the above farms are good buys and will make
the purchaser money on . increase in value and farm products.
If you are interested call at the office or write us for
further information. Wc will show you these farms, mak
ing tho trip from North Platte by automobile.. .All your
expenses will be paid if you buy.
W. H. DIENER
W. H. BARRETT
DIENER & COMPANY
620 NORTH DEWEY STREET REAL ESTATE NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
REMEMBER There is only going to be one crop of land no more is being manufactured SO GET YOURS NOW.
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER.
. rf Office over tht McDonald
C State Bunk
ency AND COUNT NEWS.
Mrs. Einmott wills
wooka' visit nt the D
homo. Miss Evelyn Loypoldt nccom-
panlod her to Bridgeport for a week's
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Timmerman left
this mornl'ig on a 'jiotor trip to Den
ver and Estes Park. Thoy wero ac
pnmnntilpil liv t.lin Irittfir's Hinter. Mrs.
1. 1. 1MU.1 till UUU UUUKUlUi VjUI I illU,
who havo been guests at tho Timmer
man. homo for tho past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Donchower will
leave September 7th for Columbus,
Ohio, to attend tho annual reunion ot
tho Grand Army of tho Ropubllc, ot
which Mr. Donehowar Is a member.
Whllo' cast thoy will visit their son
Sarn at Cleveland and son Edgar nt
returned to Columbus.
after a two , Applcg and crnb nppi0s for salo. An-
M. UOypOItlt ,,, ni..nn ni1nnn 7R0Ti'11 P.3-3
No moro storngo, no moro genoral
i repair work, Just a sales and sorvlco
I utnHr.ii fnf rwulrrn nrul fMinnillnr pars.
AM) BERT WILLIAMS.
Carload of 1920 model Chandlers on "Setter 'lata Tcaro of the
tho ways Including tho nowost Sedan. ,., , ,. ,,, ,, nni1 nnra
All so d, but drop In and seo thorn, (1 n(tcr.sorvlco ls any consider
yoiwmlght llko one of the mode s and I tn ,nfctho purchaB0 ot your noxt
A mcssago received Wednesday by
car, drop In and see me.
J. V. Ro-
C S.Cllutoh Btatcd thnt his son Jim,
wno or tue past two years nns boon
overseas with tho Sixth Marines, is
nowat Great Lakes with papors for
his immediate discharge.
Painting and paper hanging. H. II.
LnndSl-af, Phono Black 570 . 63tf
O. A. Lowoll returned to Chicago
yesterday nftor Bpondlng tho weok
hero Klth Mrs. Lowoll and tho family.
Mr. L'pwoll ls a special Bocrct sorvlco
agent for tho Illinois Contral with
hcadquartors nt Chicago.
Allen Robb roturnod yestorday to
Newport Nowb after Bpondlng a thirty-day.
furlough horo with 1i1b mother.
Mrs. li. C. McGraw. Allon, who ls n
first class pharmacy mato.has just ro
onllstcd for anothor year of service.
Mr. and Mtb. John Day returned
Tuesday from Portland, wncro thoy
spont a month with their daughters,
Miss Mnblo and Mrs. Guy Robinson.
Enrouto homo thoy Btoppcd at Grco
loy, Colo., for a short visit with their
daughter, Mrs. Cody Boal.
A nlcturo reminiscent of her old Key
stone comedy days. Rags may bo roy
al ralmont but tho Pest didn't think
so so sho proceeded to get her some
ilnory and tho "getting" la what makes
SPECIAL FOIt SATURDAY '
Century Animal Comedy.
"THE LION SPECIAL."
Saturday and Monday.
latest Dances nnd "Drycst" Songs
Are on August Columbia Records.
"July tho Thirst" is what moved
Bert Williams to sing "Everybody
Wants a Koy to My Collar" for Colum
bia Records this month. But Bert
avers: "Thoy can havo my wlfo if
they want to go that far, but thoy
can't havo tho koy to my cellar. If xfyo
wholo darn world goes dry." Evcry
ono who has over heard Bert William?
will know what an opportunity tills
song gives him. Tho coupling, "It's
Nobody's Business But My Own," is
number six of tho famous "Deac6n
Series" of darky character songs. As
a colored deacon's Declaration of In
dependence, with Bort as tho deacon,
this song ls inimitable.
Tho two greatest song successes of
"SInbad," "I'll say Sho Does" and
"'N Everything," both mado famous
by Al Jolson, havo boon turned into
fox-trots by Wilbur Swcatmnn's Orig
inal Jazz Band. Evorybody knows tho
songs, and most peoplo hum them us
thoy danco. On tho rovorse of thhj
rccoru tno samo uanu piays tne fox
"Kiss Mo Again" Is ono of Victor
Ilorbort's immortal airs from "Mile.
Modlsto" which tho Columbia Orches
tra plays as a waltz this month, and
tho waltz on the rovorse, played by
tho snmo band, ls "Llfo and Love,"
Introducing "Come Bo My Wife," from
Victor Herbert's "Tho Vclvot Lady."
This Space is paid for by
McCracken Drug Company,
The Nyal Drug Store.
f Watch This Space Each Week.
IT WILL GIVE YOU MANY SURPRISES AND
Rase Rail Gnmo Monday.
Tho regular North Platto baso ball
team will play tho navy team that Is
horo on recruiting sorvlco Mondny nf
tornoon. Tho navy team ls consid
ered ono of tho strongest travoltng
teams In tho country, having with
them Bbvornl ox-major lcaguo players,
nnd ns a result tlin lmmn lonm will
bo taxed to their hlghost playing
capacity to defeat thorn. Under such
conditions tho gamo will undoubtedly
do ono or tlio very best of tho season
and ono tnnt will warrant a largo at
tendance of enthusiasts of tho na
Copping tho Speedsters.
Since Chief Mecombcr has, through
tho newspapers und otherwise, served
notlco on auto speeders that they must
comply with the 12-mile an hour tosu-'
latiou, ho has mado a half dozen ar-
rests for violations. Taken before
Judge Mlltonborger the3o speedsters
wero mulcted for a lino of $o.00 and
$4.80 costs. If violations continue
tho fine will bo raised tin amount.
Fines arc $500 n Month
Since tho now administration took
hold of tho reigns of tho city govern
ment the fines rccolved through tho
arrest by tho tho city police of all
classes of law offenders has aggre
gated live hundred dollars a month.
This ls In excess of tho combined sal
aries of tho police, and thoy can thero
foro bo classed ns money makers for
Labor Day Speakers
Tho speakers selected for tho Vic
tory Labor Day celebration by tho
North Plotto Central Labor Union aro
Mayor Stroltz, Rev. Mackintosh and
Rov. Koch. Mayor Streltz will make
tho opening address, Rov. Mackintosh
will speak on tho theme of victory and
Rev. Koch's subject will bo labor.
Money to Loan
On Improved farm land, 3 to 5
years, at 7 per cent. No commission.
Address Box 117, North Platto, Nob.
Christian Science service Sunday 11
a. m. Wednesday evening meetings
ovory weok at 8:00. A cordial invi
tation is extended to all to attend
theso services. Building & Loan build
ing, room 25
Motorcycle for roller.
At the meeting o' the ci'y council
Tuosday evonlng tho purchaso of a
motorcyclo for tho uso of tho pollen
was authorized. Chief Mecombcr win
probably bo tho motorcyclo cop, and
gunranteos to do sixty miles an hour
on tho mnchlno and overtake nnv
auto specuor who nttempts to get
nway from him. Tho motorcyclo was
purchaBcd largoly for tho purposo of
running down tho auto spcodstors. and
will bo equipped with a speedometer,
so that tho rldor may know Just how
fast the auto driver ls traveling.
Dry In Michigan
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Perrltt roturned
Tuosdny evening from a month's visit
with Mrs. Porrltt's mothor at Fonvllle
Mich. Whllo thoro a family rounlon
was held on tho mothor s olgthy-thlrd
birthday, nt which Major Mills, a son
Just returned from ovorfloas sorvlco
waB prosont. Mr. Perrltt says that
tho crops In portions of Michigan have
boon ontlroly ruined by dry weather,
tho pasturos not showing a spoar of
An oxporlonccd waltor or waitress,
also an oxporlonccd cash girl. Ap
ply at Tho Llborty Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lntlmor, of Well
fleet, spent Wcdnosday with frlonds
McGrew's Work Is Appreciated.
E. F.. Seeberger has received the fol
lowing letter from the international
committee of tho Y. M. C. A. at Now
"When Mr. Carl WilspnMcGrew, of
North Platte, Nebraska, Went over
seas In tho service of tlio Y. M. C. A.
ho referred to you as ono who could
speak for his character and qualifica
tions. Mr. McGrew has Just returned
after nlno months of service. Ho has
mado a very good record, having
served in tho post office at Paris and
in tho warehouse and as assistant
camp secretary at LeMans.
"Wo greatly appreciate Mr. Mc-
Grow's work, and we aro sure that, as
ono of his friends you will bo glad,
not only to hear this, but to pass this
inforii'jliun on to otners that thoy may
know ho has 'mado good.
Sell Land nt an Advance
Geo. N. Glbbs and II. L. Pennlrgton,
who purchased the Chas. Swcdoll 250
acres at Pallas siding, three miles
west of town for $110 per acre, havo
sold tho farm to Joseph McKolvie, of
Cozad, for $1B0 per acre, thus clean
lng up ten thousand dollars within
thirty days. Mr. McKelvle, who has
lived at Cozad for fifteen or twenty,
years, will take possession of tho
property next March.
Hny Fovor SpCclnllst
Dr. Burnard, of York, hay fever
specialist, will be in my office the
forenoon of August. 25th. Any. ono
wishing to consult with Dr. Burnard
may make arrangements by telephone.
Theatrical Companies Rooked.
Mauager Garman, of tho Keith the
atre, has booked a number of good
companies for the coming theatrical
season, the first two of which will np-
pear. next month. In theso days ol
the high cost of everything, only first
class companies that have strong fi
nancial backing dare start out on tlio
road, hence we may expect that tho
companies which appear horo will bo
of the best. The bookings this season
are much heavier than last season.-
:o : :
(Jo-operative Store is Talked .
A co-operatlvo grocery and meat
market is a future possibility If not
a probability, in North Platte.-. Tho
organization of such has been under
consideration during tho past week
by mechanics &nd laborers. A commit
tee is now making an investigation of
tho prices paid bj retailors of tho
city, the cost of doing business as
nearly as obtainable and tho prices
charged patrons. v?n tho report of this
committee depends; action as to tho
opening of the store and market.
THE II. & S. AGENCY
Open" their Farm nnd Ranch Dept.
on September 1st with nn cxclnslvo
manager in that depnrtmcnt. If yon
wnnt to sell or buy a farm or ranch
II. & S. AGENCY,
Rrodhcck Bide North Platte, Neb.
G. V, STOUT, Manager,
J'nrm Dept. 61-C
Miss Lcavitt, of Detroit, Is tho guest
of her brother, Archie Lcavitt.
Now fall suits at Tramp's and havo
you eetn the new fur chokers.
Large and varied range from which to make your selec-
. The better' Dress for the fastidious buyer, that will pass
the very closest inspection. Dresses for the business woman
that wants the garment that looks well and feels comfortable
when wearing and gives service. You can surely be suited
in our new fall stock.
Dresses lor the misses and school girl made of the very
best materials, in the very newest, best styles. Styles for
each individual figure at a cost which is with the reach of all.
E. T. TRAMP 8c SONS.
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