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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1920)
WILSON TOUT, Edllor nml Publisher.
Ono Year, Jn ndrnnco $2.00
Entered at tho North Platte, Nebraska
Postofflco as Socond Class Matter.
TUESDAY, AUGUST .'Ird, 1020.
Wo approve- of the announcement
which 1ms been mada in aomo of tho
churches In this city, that tho mon
need not wear their coats at church
during tho hot weather unless thoy
want to. This Is right. Mon stay away
from church becauso they cannot
bring themselves to put on a coat.
tho park or to tholr neighbor's house
without a coat. Others scrow up their
courago nnd onduro tho torture Why
not mnko it unanimous during August
and lncludo tho preachers?
Judgo Hoagland has gone. Ho was
a friond of ours. Wo havo called on
) him n numbor of times to address tho
, school children on patriotic occasions
and, ho novcr failed us. Ono of tho
groat passions of his llfo was his lovo
of "hi$ country. Ho offered to dio for
thfs republic and whon her onomies
laid down their arms and his llfo was
spared he dccldod to llvo for his
-country. Ho was an oxamplo trf all
young peoplo of what a patriotic man
should bo and In this as well as in
other ways ho will bo missed by those
who know him best. Wo need a hun
dred men right now in North Platto
who will tako up tho work whoro tho
Judgo quit and llvo as ho lived for his
Major A. B. Whltworth, recruiting
offlcor for tho Signal Corps U. a. Army
visited tho local rocrultng offlco on
Saturday to assist In rocoiving appli
cations for Iho Victory Medals and to
interest mon In-onllstlng for tho Washington-Alaska
Cablo and Telegraph
Systom Jn Alaska.
Ho couldn'n win tho girl of his heart
so ho accepted his frlond's advlco to
look olsowhoro "Thoro Is ns good fish
in tho mens as lias over boon caugrt,"
and Will Rogors certainly can catch
cm in "Water, Water Evorywhora" at
IUa T.aII1. til1 - .1 1 . mi . I
wiu nviui tvuuiiutmuy una inuruauy.
Evorott Adams, Harry Jonos and
Raymond Tottonhoff camo homo from
Choycnno and Sldnoy Saturday whoro
thoy attended Frontlor Days and tho
ball gamo between Sldnoy and Jules
burg which resulted in a scoro of G-5
in favor of Sldnoy.
Heat Your Whole House
Not Part Of It
"A7HY bother with stoves and fireplaces when one heater
" irt the basement -will do so much more and so much better
work? It takes only a few hours to install the Estate System; no fuss
or muss ; only one hole to cut.
WARM AIR HEATING SYSTEM
rMe furnacp that breathes?
It will keep every room of your home,
upstairs and down, filled with an abun
dance of gently moving, ever-changing1,
moist and steriled warm air. No
cold rooms, cold floors or cold corners
even in zero weather. . Any grade
of coal may be used satisfactorily.
A Column of Nonsense.
Tho othor day whon we were going
over to.nomlgh's Oarngo to buy a
Dodgo Car a man told ua that ho
counted sevonty-dvo people swimming
In tha sand pits in tho bod of the South
Itivor tho other night. This was gtco
tho rocont tragedy thoro. Wo could
not understand why people would con
tinue to go there whon thoro was so
much dangor so, wo thought we would
go over nnd ask Ed Davis, so wo did.
Ed wanted to know who said that but
wo told him is was nono of his busi
ness hut that tho man who said it was
as rcliablo as we woro and Ed said
that wns not very much. Wo told h,m
that was not what wo went over there
to And out and then ho asked us what
wo thought peopld wont down thero
for and wo said that wo supposed they
woro dirty and wanted to wash off and
on account of tho low water pressure
at homo thoy could not ill! their bath
tubs. IIo said if that was tho case ho
thought tho water in tho sand pits
would got dirty but wo told him that
probably tho wigGlors and turtles and
loeches puriflcd it nnd then Ed asked
If peoplo woro anything when they
went Into tho said pits to wash off and
wo said yes thoy woro a liltlo and ho
said how do thoy got clean If thoy
wear tholr clothos and wo said wo did
not konw. Then ho said that ho would
think peoplo would bo afraid to go
thoro nftor so many had boon drowned
and wo told him that wo would think
so too and ho asked If wo would bo
afraid and wo said wo woro not afraid
but tho sand hurt our foot and Ed said
"Well, Well, that's too bad," and wo
told him that It would probably hurt
his foot too If ho wont over thoro and
ho said for us not to got too frosh or
ho would lick us nnd so wo camo
nwny. And now wo know.
Frank Elliott and fnmlly will locvo
tho middlo of next wook for California.
Thoy will go by nuto and expect to
Bpond somo tlmo in Yollowstono Park,
going out by tho north ontranco and
taking- In points of Interest on tho
Tho bubbles on tho sody water give
Will Rogors tho blues In "Water,
Water Everywhere; at tho Keith Wed
nesday and Thursday. It's a romanco
of soft drinks and lovo with Will
Rogers as the star and somo story It
As an instance of the progressive
noss of tho farmors of Wostorn Ne
braska, wo havo Just learned that tho
North Platto Plumbing and Hooting
Company has sold one carload and is
now on its socond carload of farm
Come in and let us show you all the important
advantages of this heating system.. We know what it
will do for you becauso wo Iznow what it has done for
others. Our guarantee is added to the makers,'.
W. R. Maloney Company
LOCAL AND I'EItflONAL
Jim Koofe Went to Seward Saturday
on lognl business.
Tom Hoaley loft Sturday for Omaha
on a business trip. '
Miss Mary Drost wont to Omaha Sun.
day to visit for a wook.
Miss Whlttaker loft last evening for
Chicago on a business trip.
H. L. Ponlngton roturncd from a
business trip to Omaha this morning.
llelon Kootnz came home Saturday
from Douglas, Wyo. where sho spent
Dr. Mooro of Gothonburg accompan
ied a patient here this morning and
will spend tho day at tho Gonoral
Out of respect for the memory of
Judgo Hoagland, who was a member
of tho Board, the City Library was
closed during tho funeral sorvlces yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Waltcmath went
to Scotts Bluff today to drive back their
car which thoy woro compelled to
leavo there on account of tho rain
'Misses Marie and Florenco Stack
will entertain a number of young
peoplo this evening at a picnic south
east of tho city In honor of Miss Irene
Hubbard who will bo married August
At a meeting of tho American Legion
last evening the following delegates
woro chosen to attend tho Convention
in Hastings August 27-8-9: E. E. Carr,
Harloy Oroison nnd F. J. Sandall. The
alternates are R. L. Cochran, Jim Clin
ton nnd Mr. Corey.
Thurslay and Friday
AFTERNOON and EVENING
Without canvas and before
the grandstand at
SEPT. 5th to 10th
Successfully handled by
Dr. W. I. SHAFFER
North Platte, Nebr.
Mead's Barber Shop
718 No. Locust
Wo run a tlircc-clialr shop nnd plvc
expert service. Sntlsfadlon iiuotq'
nil else Is our aim. Giro ns a trlnl a"d
G. W. MEAD, Prop.
Dr. C. E. McReynolds,
Eye, Enr Nose nnd Throat.
Office over Itcxnll Drug Store.
The Platte Valley
719 West Fifth Street,
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Open to tho Medical Profession
for tho treatment of Medical, Sur
gical, nnd Obstetrical cases.
Modern, largo and airy. Pleasant
rooms -at tho most reasonable
Best of caro glrcn to all. Regis
tered Nurses only employed.
DOROTHY REED, R. N.,"
Midway Motor Co.
One Halt Block North ot Postoftice.
A modern institution for tha
citntific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement caiti.
Completely tquippad X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
tieo. B. Dent. M. D. V. Lucas, M. D.
J. B. Redfield. H. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
DKRRTDEfiEY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Director
Day phone 41
Night phono Black C83
HIDES, FURS AND JUNK.
We want these.
Big Price for Cast Iron.
No market for bones at present.
1 DR. J. S. TWINEM
Platte Valley Hospital
I have the Money
on hand to close
Real Estate Mortgages
Bought and Sold
T. C. PATTERSON
Building & Loan Building
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
DOCTOR C. A. SELBY
Physician and Sargeem
Office oror Rcxnll Drag Stoie
Office Phone 371. House 1068
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building
North Platte. Nebraska
Cnlls Promptly Answered Night or Day
Phone Office C12 Residence G7G
JOHN S. SLUMS, M. D.
gpeclal Attention Given to
McDonald Bank Building
Office Phone 83 Residence 39
DItS. STATES & STATES
5, C, 7 Building & Loan Building.
OKlce Phone 70. . Res. Phono 1242
GEO. B. DENT,
Physician and. Surgeon.
Special Attention Glren to Surgery
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Office 130, Residence 115
DR. HAROLD FENNER
Office Phone 333 Res. Phone 1020
DOCTOR D. T. QDIGLEY
Practice Limited to
SHrcrory and Radium Therau
US City National Bank Building.
y. T. PRITCIIARD,
Bx-Governmont Veterinarian and ex
assistant deputy State Veterinarian
Hospital 815 South Vino Street.
Hospital Phone Black 633
Houso Phono -Black 633
.NOTICE OF HEARING.
In .Tho County Court of Lincoln
IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE
OP ADOLPH SOHERZ, Deceased.
TO THE HEIRS ANJ) ALL. PERSONS
INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE!
You aro hereby notified that on July
21, 1920, Frloda Schorz, as admlnls
tratrlx of said estato, filed In said
court her final account and apnllca
tlon for tho assignment of real esfato
belonging to said estato, to-wlt: Tho
Southwest quarter ot SoJon Ton
(10), and tho North half o' Section
Plftoon (IE), Township Thirteen (13)
North, Rango Thlrty-ono (31) West
ot tho 6th P. M., Lincoln County, Ne
braska, and for tho d'strlbutlon of tho
porsonal property belonging to said
estato; and that said final account
and application for tho assignment of
said roal estato and tho distribution
ot tho porsonal proporty thereof, will
bo hoard boforo this court in tho
county court room in tho' Court House,
In tho city of North Pldtto, County of
Lincoln, Stato ot Nebraska, on tho
23rd day of August, 1920, at 10 o'clock
A. M., and you nro heroby cited to
appear at said tlmo and placo and
show cnuso, If any thoro bo, why Bald
final account should not bo allowed
and .tha real estato belonging to said
ostato assigned, and tho personal
property thereof bo distributed.
Dated nt North Platte, Nebraska,
July 21, 1920.
Wm. II. O. WOODHURST,
A3-20 (SEAL) County Judge,
" 1,1 " ' " w
Notlco of Final Report
Estate too. 1628 of Don. Wostenfeld,
deceased In tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all por-
sons intcrostcd in said Estato tako
notlco that the Executoro havo filed a
final account and roport of their ad
ministration nnd a petition for final
settlement and discharge as such,
which havo been set for hearing be
fore said court on August 13, 1920, at
0 o'clock a. m., whon you mny appoar
and contest tho same.
Dated July 19th, 1920.
Wm. II. C. WOODHURST,
July20-3v County Judgo.
JVOT1CB OV KIXAI, HISPOnT.
Estato No. 1718 of Patrick H. Mc-
Evoy, deceased In tho County Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all por
tions Interested In said Estato take
notlco that tho Executor has filed a
final account and report of. his admin
istration and a petition for final set
tlement and discharge as such, which
havo heon set for hearing before sard
Court on August 20, 1920, at 9 o'clock
a. m., when you may appear nnd con
test the same.
Dated July 24th, 1920.
Wm. H. C. WOODURST,
J27-3wk County Judge.
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT.
Estato No. 1735 of Nels C. Rasmus-
sen, deceased In tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho Statn of Nebraska, to all nor
sons lntorested in said Estato tako
notico that tho Administratrix naa
flloil n finnl ncrnnnt nml report of her
admlnsltratlon and a petition for
final settlement anu uiscuargo as sucu
which havo been sot for hearing be
fnrn nnlil court on August 20th. 1D20.
at 10 o'clock a. m., when you may ap
pear and contest tho same.
Dated July 23rd, 1920.
Wm. H. C. WOODHURST,
J2G-3wks County Judgo.
NOTICK FOR 1IIDS.
Notlco la herebv nrlven that tho un
dersigned, duly appointed as a Build
ing Committee for the construction of
school houso in School District No. 5
In Lincoln County. Nebraska, will re
ceive sealed bids fo' tho construction
ot a school house In said School Dis
trict No, G. In Lincoln County, Ne
braska, up to noon on the 28th day ot
August, 1920, at the office of Beeler,
Crosby & Basklns, Attorneys, of North
Platto, Nenrasita. 1'ians ana speciiica
tlnnn urn .it the office of Beeler. Cros
by & Basklns at North Platte, Nebras
ka, and may thero bo examined.
A certified checK in tno sum ot xwo
hundred 00-100 ($200.00) Dollars, pay
able to the Treasurer of School Dis
trict No. 5 In Lincoln County, Nebras
ka, must accompany said bids. The
undersigned reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids
Building Commltte of School District
No. C In Lincoln County. Nebras
NOTICE OP HEFEIIEE'S SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that by vir
tue of an order issued by the District
Court In and for Lincoln County, Ne
braska, on the 2nd day of December,
1919. In an action wherein w. H. Mc
Donald, Nettle V. Reynolds, and James
B McDonald, are plaintiffs: and Mary
B. McDonald, William C. Reynolds,
Ruth McDonald Daub, William J.
Daub: Prank A. Mooney. a minor
under the age of 14 years: and Prank
L. Mooney, Guardian of Prank A.
Mooney. a minor, under the age of 14
years; W. H. McDonald, Nettie v. Rey
nolds, and James B. McDonald, AO
mlnlstrators of the Estato of Charles
McDonald, deceased, arc defendants; I
will on the 30th day of August, 1920,
at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day. at the
cast front door of the Court House In
the City of North Platte, Lincoln
County, Nebraska, sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder for cash,
subject to all Incumbrances against
the same, the following described real
estate, situate In Lincoln County,
State of Nebraska, to-wlt:,
Lots six (G), seven (7) and eight (8)
In Block one hundred forty-seven (147)
ot tho original town now City of North
Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska,
said Lots to bo offered separately;
Lot ono (1) In Block one hundred
sixty-two (1G2) of tho original town
now City of North Platte, Lincoln
Lots five (5) and six (fi) of Block
ono hundred fifteen (115) Tf the orig
inal town now City of North Platte,
Lincoln County, Nebraska, said Lots to
be offered for sale as one tract, and
then offered for sale separately, and
the Referee will nccept such bid or
bids as will In the aggregate amount
to the most money;
Tho North 84 2-3 feet of Lot one (1)
nnd the East 22 feet of Lot two (2) of
Block ono hundred two (102) of the
original town now city of North
riatto, Lincoln County, Nebraskn, said
North 84 2-3 feet of said Lot ono (1)
nnd said East 22 feet of said Lot two
(2) of said Block one hundred two
(102) to bo offered for sale as ono
tract, nnd then to bo offered for sale
separately, and tho Referee will ac
cept such bid or bids as will In the
aggregate amount to the most money:
Lot ono (1) nnd tho East 18 feet of
Lot two (2) of Block one hundred ono
(101) of the original town now City
of North Platte, Lincoln County, Ne
braska, to be offered for sale
as ono tract and then to bo offered for
sale separately as said Lot one (1) and
nR the East 18 feet of said Lot two
(2) and the Referee will accept such
bid or bids as will amount In tho ag
gregate to tho most money;
Lots ono (1), two (2) and three (3)
of Block four (4) of Tiusteo's Addi
tion to the City of North Platte, Lin
coln County, Nebraska, to be offered
for sale separately:
Lots five (G) and six (C) of Block
four (I) of Miller's Addition to the
City of North Platte, Lincoln County,
Nebraska, to be offered for sale as ono
tract, and then to be offered for sale
separately, and the Referoe Will ac
copt such bid or bids as will In tha
aggregate amount to tho most money;
Lots seven (7), eight (8), nine (9),
ten (10), eleven (11) nnd twelve (12)
of Block three (3) of Cody's Addition
to tho City of North Platte. Lincoln
County, Nebraska, to be offered for
sale as ono tract;
Section nve (G) In township thlr-
n (13) North, of Range thirty (30)
West of the Gth P. M. containing
646.46 acres, situate in Lincoln County,
Nebraska, to bo offered as ono tract,
and parties may bid on fractional por
tions thereof, and tho Referee will
accept such bid or bids as will In the
nggregato amount to the most money:
Tho South-west quarter (SWU) of
Section fourteen (14) In township
twelve (12) North, of Range Thirty
(SO) West of the Gth. P. M. containing
160 acres, situate In Lincoln County.
Nebraska, to bo offered for salo as one
Tho terms of said sale being cash
In hand, and subject to all Incumbran
ce existing against the same. Said
ale will be held open for one hour.
Dated this 24th day of July, 1920
O. E. ELDER. Referee.
To .-Bceler' Crosby & Basklns,
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