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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1920)
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from June 1st to 16th we will crqelit you
on any old iron turned in to us on the
purchase of a new ELECTRIC IRON.
Don't forget the Date, the 17th will
be too late.
North Platte Light & Power Co.
' Announcement.'1 I Twentieth Century Club Banquet. :
OwIiir to the present water condit-1 The annual banquet of the Twentieth
ions In the Duldlng and Loan Building Century, Club which concludes the
and at the same time on account of '. club year will be held at the Union :
the scarcity of, rooms in the city for' Pacific dining room this evening at1
offico purpaHOB I have boon obliged to 1 seven o'clock.
move my office to my residence tit !) ' The annual address or the president,.
wost 5th at. Mrs. Fratcr, a recitation by Miss Allele
With reference to plans and specif- LeDIoyt, a reading by Mrs. Tiley and
Ications for contemplations that you a playlet will constitute the evening's 1
may have In mind for any buiding con- nroKram which will follow toa3ts b:-
UK. 0. !!. CkESSLSK.
' IB?- over the MclJnnuUI
.. (i, 7 Ilulldlng k Loan Iluilding.
Office Phone 70. Res. Phouel'J4a
structlon, please call or prone MM
VICTOR F. BECK.
I'll 111 fo Library Note".
Tlie annual roport of the librarian
for the year ending Juno 1st, 1920,
shows an increuse of 5030 in the cir
culation of books.
During the year -938 new books were
added to the library: 200 of which
wore donated by patrons living In
Since the- clewing of xchool the juv
enile department Is crowded every afternoon.
Earl Colborn, a small lnrt from the
grade schools, has a mlnature' aero
plane on exhibit. "
The books on "What and How To
Make Things," are In constant de
An article read now and then from
the magazine Systom will, be worth
whllo to the busy Business' Man.
502 So. Walnut, C room house abso
lutely modern. Excellent condition.
Will accept vacant lot or Dodge or
Ford auto In part trade.
4-02 II. & S. AGENCY.
LOCAL AX J) t'KKSONAL
Mrs. W. J. Stuart loaves Thursday
some of the members with Miss Annie
Kramnli as toastmlstress.
Tins nanuuei is opatMio u.e uuuuv. fop CnnfornIn. whoro sho wm visit
and tickets at $1 each may, be secured Bruco am, wl gtuart f(Jp ,,n lnde3nlte
The Rexall handles the goods. 14tl
Will Morris returned to Cheyenne
last evening aftor having visited rela
tives and friends in town 'for several
Fred Spurrier returned Sunday
Office Phone 333 Res. Phone 1020
from Mrs. Sidney Baker, Mrs.
Davis and Mrs. I. L. Stobblns.
Men's Furnishings One-Fifth
at Wilcox Department Store.
Woarlng Apparel for Men of the bet-
Boach Suits Shoes Union Suits-
tr sort Suits Straw Hats rann
Caps Gloves Shirts for Dress and night fom California where lie spent a
Work Trunks Grips Suitcases etc. icouple of weeks. Ho has puchased a
20 per cent Discount. SAMUELSON. farm near Stockton and will move
Outflttor to Good Dressers. 40-2 thereto In the near future.
DEBBIDERBI & FOUlifc.
Undertakers and Funeral Utruuuta
i!iv phone 41
Night phone Black uSS
. ...... 1 rirrTMlir -T w"lf O 1 . . .
K,V AISJ) uuuiiix lii'iiTiJ. airs, cims. Tigiio ami children re-
turned Friday, from Chicago whore
Miss Marie Stuart returned Sunday they had been visiting for a couple of
evening from her visit in Long Beach, weeks.
Cal- I For Rent Furnished 4-room apart-
Store Wile Sale of 20 discount nml ment from Juno 1st to Aug. 1st. In n
more at The Lender Jlcr. Co. good location. Phono 1105. 39tf
Miss Ruth Patterson camo up from! Mrs. J. J. Sullivan and daughter
Omaha yostorday morning to visit rol- Mary, of Omaha, are guests of relatives
ntivos. land friends In town having arrived
Jl T.I m t.. ,.... I T otlfnllnr. 111,1. SUlUltty,
lerday to spend tho week on Insurance
; Dressmaking done reasonably. Mm.
Vflelse. 700 South Willow. 39-4
Miss Gertrude Baker left Sunday for
Dojivor whero sho will spond the sum
niof with rolatlvcs.
Mrs. C. L. Patterson and daughter
Helen, of Donvor, spent Sunday In
town whllo enrouto to Omaha to visit
Mrs. C. W. Raskins left yostorday
morning for Wllllamsport, Pcnn.,
whor film will vMt ro'iiilves f)r a
month or two.
Tonight and Tomorrow
"A Fool and His Money"
You know the combination.
Miss Annie Kiiunpli returned Sun-
more discount Store
for at short time. So
at The Leader
Try tho Rexall first, it pays. 14tC (
Mr nnd Mrs Hurry B'ooU and child- day from Lincoln whoro sho attended
i:rejS wont to Coumbus yesterday to p. meeting of Child's Welfare Commlss-
;llt for a day or two. ion Saturday.
t-i Ihoes Ono-Flftli OFF of regular The 211 and
prices at Wilcox Deportment Store. .Wide Sale only
C. T. Whclan Went to Omaha yosttr- ,"!-ntl this sale now
dny on business connoptod vwlth his . -Ht rcnnUle Loninimy.
.brjdgo and road contracts. , Ladies how would you Hko to buy
'li. u n n- n.ni.t v.nntfiJ'our now togs of Bill Hart? Come
ninunnwis. Revriolds Dldir. Phono 148 -' !' " modiste. Keith, Wed
, nosday and Thursday.
TJnv. T.nnirmril nml Hon I.i'Htnr went.
mtr.ilnali.inr vnstmdav to witness the Tho Wilcox Department Store Is of-
Aiiesburc-Sldnov ball itnnio. 'orlng One-Fifth OFF of regular prices
Special tonight Seimett comedy-
"THE LITTLE WIDOW"
SHALL NEBRASKA KEEP K ER PROMISE?
Llncolii atiu Omaha Drives lio.;in June 1
STATE-WIDB DR1VK BEGINS JUNE G
Harold Langtord was a npeotator at .
tho Sidney-Juesburg ball gamo play-1
ed at tho lattor placo yostorday.
Mrs. L. E. HiiMtlugs, who had been
visiting In Chicago for uoveral woolen,
returned homo Saturday night.
Shirt Waists One-fifth OFF at Wil
cox Department Storo.
?Mls8 Tilford. a Junior hluh school
eachor, Is u. vlctliii of s'mall-'pox and
on their ontlro stock.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. McMlchael nnd
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Koontz woro among
thoso who visited tho cadets In camp i
at Gothenburg Sunday.
"Wm. Whltlock, of Ft. Collins, visited
friends In town yesterday while en
routo to Omaha to attond tho nnnual
meeting of Union Pacific uonsloncrs.
J. G. Beelor loft tho latter part of
last week for Washington, D. C, to
is duaranuiieu nt mo i-uiver nospiiui. tho VMtQ Vftl0 (lrainng0 cas0
Tho Thota Gama Thota will hold ahoforo tho United States supreme
dancing party nt tho K. C. hall this; court.
evonlng, Juno 1st. Tho public Is cor
When In North Platte Btop at the
. New Hotel Palaco and Cafe. You will
! treated well. C8tt
. Mrs. Frank Dontlor and daughter
Miss Irma came down from Donvor
Sunday to tpfi.c.
Memorial Day in
For Sale Rliodo Island Sotting
Eggs. $1.00 for 15 eggs, and $0.00 n
hundred. Innulro Mrs. Fred Nelson
2 miles west of town. Phono 783f22. tf.
P. P. Moddax, ownor of tho Duck
brand ranch of Keystone, has leased
tho ranch to R. S. Smith of St. Paul,
Neb. Mr. Moddax and family will move
to this city.
Mutual Building and Loan
Of Nprth Platte, Nebraskn.
RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
The Association litis unlimited funds at its command to
assist in llie building or purchase of homes for the people of
North Platte. If you are interested, the oflTicers of this
Association will render every assistance nnd show you how
easy it is to acquire your own homo.
T. C. PATTERSON, BESSIE F. SALISBURY,
NORTH PLATTE REALTY AUCTION COMPANY
AT NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Offico over tho Union State Bank
Wo solicit your Real Estate AUCTION SALES no
no matter whero 1b it located. To glvo tho best of service
fs our aim. Watch our results. Our exporienco and ac
quaintance is wido and wo appreciate your sales of any
lclnd. Call on us and lot us explain our methods and terms
E. A. OLSON, Manager.
North PIntto, Neb.
OPENED - - -
SATURDAY, MAY 22, FOK ALL SUMMER
R AGGIE. RUBIN'S JAZZ BAND
Dancing Every Afternoon and Evening
THE BIG $25,000 ROLLER COASTER IS THE FINEST WEST OF CHICAGA
"LET 'ER BUCK"
Championship Frontier Contests
At the New 3300,000.00 Midway Amusement Park, Kearney, Nebraska
THREE BIG EVENINGS
Spacious Dance Halls, Mountain Coaster,
Bathing Hcuch, Chicken Dinner Inn, Sum
mer Cottages, Auto Camping Grounds,
Cow Hoy Orchestra.
THREE BIG AFTERNOONS
Bronco Busting, BullUoggmg, Wild Horse
Race, Lady Bronco Riding and Cow Bow
Big Parade Each Day at Ioon, Enormous Prizes. Special Coaches on
Every East Bound Train June 3, 4, 5.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, June 3rd, 4th and 5th.
Notice of H(urli)g on Final Account
uiiil Hi-nrliig on JL'vtltlon for 1M
(rlbution of Kstnte.
In the County Court of Lincoln coun
In the Matter of the Estate of C. A.
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County.ss.
To all persons Interested In the Es
tate of C. A. Carpenter, Deceased.
You are hereby notified that on the
20th day of May. 1020, P. R. Ilalllgan,
administrator with will annexed, of
the estate of C. A. Carpenter, de
ceased, filed In said court his final ac
count as administrator, and his peti
tion, the object and prayer of which
aro that a decreo of distribution
may be made of tho residue of said es
tate, now in his possession, to the par
ties entitled by lpv to receive same.
Aii'd that said final accoun1 nn.l petition
for distribution will be heard on the
lGth day of June, 1920, at the hour of
10 o'clock a. m. at tho county court
room in the city of Norh Platte, in said
You are hereby cited to appear at the
time and place above designated, and
show cause, if such exist, why salid
account should not be allowed.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that
said P. R. Hallgan, administrator
with will annexed, givo notice to all
persons interested in said estate, by
causing a copy of this order to be pub
lished In the Semii-Weekly Tribune, a
newspaper printed and published in
said county, for three successive weeks
prior to the date set for said hearing.
Dated this 20th day of May, 1920
WILLIAM II. C. WOODHURST,
3-w County Judge.
j Notice of Final Report.
Estate No. 1648, of Mary. Evarts,
deceased In the county court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
: The State of Nebraska, to all per
sons interested Vin said Estate take
notice that the Administrator has filed
a final account and report of his ad
ministration and a -petition for final
settlement and dischargo as such,
which have been set for hearing before
said court on Juno 18, 1920, at 9 o'clock
a. m., when you may, appear and con
test the same.
Dated May lSth, 1920.
WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
3-w County Judge.
II. II. Overbeck; Augustus CampI;
P. L. Harper! Lot 8, Block 15, Original
Town of Wallace Lhicoli ooiui:;. Ne
braska, and all persons claiming any
interest of any kind in said real estate
or any part thereof take notice that on
tho 21st, day, of May 1920, E. B. Spencer
and E. R. Ferrell fied their petition in
the district court of Lincoln County,
Nebraska, against you and ench of you,
also agaiinst Lincoln Land Company, a
corporation, in nn action wherein the
said E. B. Spencer and E. R. Ferrell
are plaintiffs and you and each of you
Tho object and prayer of plulntiff's
petition is to quiet title in plaintiffs ,in
and to Lot S, Block 15, Original Town
of Wallace, Nebraska, and to cut off
and forever bar any, right, title or In
terest of said defendants or any of
them to said action in safd real estate.
Plaintiff asks to have a mortgage
cancelled upon the records executed
by Maria L. Green and husband, which
was filed of record August 21st. 1SS9 In
Book 11 of Mortgages, Page 7 Mortgage
Records of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Also to havo a mortgago cancelled of
record in tho register of deeds office of
Lincoln County, Nebraska, under date
of November 1st, 1890 and recorded in
Book 11, of mortgages, Pa'go 179 there
of. Plaintiffs allege that said mortgages
have been wholly paid; that the same
aro barred by the Statutes of Limita
tions of the State of Nebraska. That
plaintiff has been in tho open, notor
ious, exclusive, continuous, adverse
possession of said land for moro than
ten years before tho bringing of this
action and that tho defendants and
each of them to this action have no
light, title, claim or demand of any
.description in and to said real estato
and plaintiff asks to havo his title
quieted thereto and for such other and
further relief as may bo just and equit
able. You aro further notified that unless
you answer said poWtlon on or before
the 5th day of July, 1920. judgment
' bo taken against yoif by default.
E. B. SPENCER & E. R. FERRELL.
By Ilalllgan. Boatty & Ilalllgan.
m25-J18. Their Attorneys.
1 Notlco To Noii.ltcsltlcnt Defendant,
i James N. Goff, defendant, will take
.notice that on tho 11th day of Feb
ruary 1920, Margaret Goff, plaintiff,
therein filed her petition dn tho Dis
trict Court of Lincoln County, Nebras
ka, against tho said James N. Golf, tl
defendant therein, tho object and pro
per of which tuco to obtain a dlvor
from tho said dofendant on the groun
of non-support, and wlllfull desortlc i
(for moro than two years immediate'.
proceeding tho filing of her petition.
You'aro required to answer sai'1
petition on or before July 6tli, 1920, rr
judgment will taken aa prayed.
4-w By John Grant her Attorney
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