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North Platte Equity Association
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MEATS AND GROCERIES
(Quality and Satisfaction Our Motto; Try im with your next
order and lie :itifird.
THE NOUS" OF GOOD EATS
& Highest Market Prire Paid for Produce FRKK DKLIVKRY
Get a paint
& that will
a Perfect Film
that gives Protection
The kind ol paint that Alts In every fibre
of the wood and presents a smooth, lough,
moisture proof surface, (iivint! the wood
absolute protection against rain, sun, rot.
all the forces that depreciate the value of
iVhen buvlntf. iton't liuv ItKl "mint"
choose a standardized, proven product
PATTON'S SUN PROOF.
poiIPour "Profitable Painting tor
uooklct the Building Owner."
DUKE & OVREN. Distributors
218 Eaat Fifth Phone 270
Clean your rugs thoroughly without removing
them Irom the iloors, Tito HOOVER will do it by
gently beating them a thousand thorough beats a
minute to shake out every bit of destructive grit.
Powerful suction withdraws the dirt. And the
swiftly revolving brush takes up the lint and
straightens tne nap.
North Platte Light & Power Co.
local asp vumoaxu
ChM. Bacon left yesterday for Oma
ha where he wjlt villi for a few days.
A good many rooters accompanied
the footlmll team lo Cozad today.
Edward LIndquIst, of Omaha, came
yesterday to transact business.
Morris William is going to leave
Saturday, for his homo in Grand Is
land lo spend the wodk end.
Mrs. Mary Miller, of Hershey, was
a business visitor In town Wad Holi
day. R. a. Hellens returned to his home
in Lewollyn fills morning after visit
ing local friends.
J. 13. Nolson went to Sterling yes
terday where he will transact busl
noss. Mr. and Mr. Clark LeDIoyt, of Mul
len, arc expected tomorrow to visit at
tbn W. If. LeDIoyt home.
For reliable transfer service phono
your calls to C. II. Splcer, Donelson's
Cigar Store, Phono 172W. 76-9 1
Jerry McDougall was fined five dol
larg and costs tn the County Court
yesterday, when he plead guilty to as-'
sault. Tho ovidonce showed that ho had
becomo exasperated nt a young follow
in nn altercation over tho use of the
McDougall car nnd slapped tho lad.
To whom aro your going to sell your
Hay and Grain? Tho Harrington Mer
cantile Co. will offer the highest
prices. ' Gltf
Having been asked by a number of
voters of Lincoln County, to run for
County Commissioner from tho Third
District by petition, I have consented
to allow my name to bo placed on tho
ballot and will appreciate any sup
port given me. If elected I will de
vote all tho timo necessary to carry
on tho business of Lincoln County and
will do tho best I can to give It good
JOHN W. FOWLER
The story of Harold Shaw gives us
an Idea of the future of the aeroplane
as a means of safe transportation.
Dispatches from Paris tell of his hav
ing made 317 trips from London to
Paris, flying across the Channel on
each trip and never breaking a wire
or hurting a passenger. Ho has only
once missed flying on scheduled time
and that was when fog rendered it
Impossible to start. Rain, snow, sleot,
gales, none of these made any differ
ence. The Navy Recruiting Officers havo
arrived In North Platto and opened an
office for the purpose of Recruiting
for the navy. This oftlca Is on tho
Third Floor of tho Federal Building.
Enlistments are now open for men
between the ages of 17 and 35 hi all
trade. The Navy offers an exception
al opportunity to those (nen not hav
ing trades, for we have fifty-four dif
ferent trade schools nnd they aro all
oppn for enlistments. All service
men are given special Inducements
lo enlist in tho Navy now.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I havo $8000.00 on hand to loan on
firt mortgage on Lincoln county land
for a client.
T. C. PATTERSON.
: :o: :
Visit our Grovery Dept. Special this
week. With every ton dollar purchase
ono dollar's worth of sugar. A. T.
Johnson Dept. Store. 78-2
PROLIFIC BREEDER IS BEETLE
lii Room Strictly Modern home,
large basement. Oak Iloors, elegant
location close In. (huicr must sell
It's a bargain. Let me show this (o
78-2 0. II. THOELECKE.
Vote for KE-FJ &CTION of
Enemy of Pine Timber Only Kept In
Check by Strenuous Natural and
Artificial Control. j
Clrw.lnl nil..!.. l.nr. l.. .1 - . !
Mil -M UIIJ. IIU ItL'UU UUIUU Ui. IHU
number of nil singes of the western
pine beetle In .'ilSO square feet of In
fested hark selected' from G7 trees,
which represented an nvcrngo Infesta
tion within nn area of approximately
3G square miles, says the American
Forestry, Magazine. It Is shown there
Is a large percentage of mortality be
tween the young and matured stages
In the developing broods, but that nor
mnlly an average of about 150 beetles
to the sqnnrc foot of bark developed
to the adult, or reproductive, stage:
which would be 50.000 beetles to the
average Infested tree, or, say 30.000
beetles to 1,000 board feet of tlmbeV.
Since It requires nn average of about
ten liei.tles to Hie s-quure foot to a.
tack nnd kill n vigorous, healthy tree.
It will be seen, says the American
Forestry association, which Is cam
paigning for a national forest policy.'
that all the pine timber of the western
forests would soon bo destroyed were
It not for natural and artificial con-trol.
Andrew BL Morrissey
"The political parties have made no
nominations for Chief Justice. The
Chief Justice Is not elected .is n party
candidate, but his name will be found
with other Judicial Candidates, and
school officers on a separate ballot.
"We favor the re-election of Chief
Justice Morrlssey because we believe
In the law deslfined to take the
courts out of politics and to elect
Judoes because of their qualifications.
"Six years ago when he became
Chief Justice the court was .".bout
three years behind. Today the court
Is as nearly up with its work as It Is
practicable for a supreme court to be.
Credit for tills Is not wholly due to
the Chief Justice, but other members
of the court who have contributed to
this result njve full credit to Chief
Justice Morrlssey for his share in Its
"He has executive ability that gets
results. He enjoys the friendship nnd
co-operation of his associates. He has
tho respect and confid:nce of the
lawyers who have business In the
Supreme Court. He has helped to
clear away many technicalities of the
law. Law-breakers have been brought
to Justice nnd honest men enjoy the
protection of tho courts.
"If you are in doubt abet t how to
vote on Chief Justice, r. your Dis
trict Judge." Lincoln lilbune.
, Palestine's Forests.
"What do you eonslder Palestine's
greatest need?" Miss Nathan, a Red
Cross worker, was asked by a prom
inent Zionist, says the American For
estry Magazine of Washington, D. C.
Roth wore returning from tho Holy
Lnnd, where their duties bad taken
"Forests," was Miss Nathan's In
"Whn t. before i tit- much-needed In
dustries are brought In?" exclnlmcd
the Zionist Incredulously. "Don't you
j think Industrial rehabilitation should
i eome before reforestation?"
"Doesn't tho country's Industrial
life depend paramountly upon refor
estation?" countered the Red Cross
woman. "Palestine, without forests,
means Palestine ever the prey of
Hoods nnd famine; ilooine.d to un
nrnlile lands and to poverty. Even the
Industries viust bo assured-fuel and
power, iiiul without means to produce
these i hoy inui Innglsh."
count y; teachers' institute.
The Lincoln County Teachers' In
stitute will ho hold in North Platte,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct.
14th, ICth and lClh. Every teacher
In tho county is oxpectcdt o attend
A meeting for tho school hoard
members of all tho schools in the
county will ho hold In the courtroom
of the Court IIouso Saturday aftor
noon at two o'clock. An Interesting
and Instructive program has boon ar
ranged. 70-70 Aileon G. Cochran Co. Supt.
SALE OF HOGS.
On Saturday, Oct. 23 at Lexington,
tn tho Salo Pavllllon, wo will sell as
chwsv an offering of Poland Chinas
as trill go through any sale ring this
Wv havo studied tno hog business
from n practical farmers standpoint
for 20 years and havo spared no effort
posslblo in developing that type.
Tho Judgo at tho County Fair said
I had a distinct large type with un
iformity, smoothness and quality not
found in many herds.
Wo appreciated tho compliment
most because all our winners and 27
of tho 2S head shown by us were of
From our herd of 200 head wo will
jelect 15 fall and 15 spring boar pigs
including the winners. Wo will also
includo 10 sows with litters and 10
open fall gllty, and 10 stock shoats.
Come, buy them at your own price.
Fot further particulars send for a
J. O. ANDERSON & SONS.
OCTOBER 12TII AT MAY WOOD.
At 1 p. m. central timo. The big
event of the Hlghllne. Frank Hall
will sell 45 of his famous Poland
Chinas, 25 sows, most of which will
farrow in October and-20 Spring boars
I. E. Burton will disperse his herd of
31 head of Registered Shorthorn Cat
tle, consisting of 2 yearling heifers,
0 yearling bulls, 11 cows with calves,
at side and the liord bull, Woodrow
(412438). Tho cattle will sell Imme
diately after the hogs probably
Clerk of said City.
Said bids to cover paving of the
following doscrlbod materials lo-wlt:
Vertical Fibre Brick, Sheet Asphant,
Asphalllc Concrete, Wauenlte BlthuH
tlc and Reinforced Concrete pave
The City Engineer's estimate on the
cost of paving said four districts com
prising approximately 00,900 sq. yds.,
Is as follows:
Vertical Fibre Brick on Concrete
base $i.SS per sq. yd.
Sheet Asphalt on Concrete lma-e
$3.77 per sq. yd.
Asphnltlc concrete on Concrete base
$3.38 per sq. yd.
Wuonlte Blthultic on Concrote base
$1.68 per sq. yd.
Reinforced Concrete $3.S0 per sq.
Bids must be on file with tho City
Clerk on or heforo eight o'clock p.
m., of October 20, 1020, at which lime
they will ho opened. Y
They must he made on the proposal
in the specifications furnished by tho
City Clerk and accompanied by a cer
tified chock for an amount equal to
two per cent of the bid made.
Said specification furnished upon
application to tho City Clerk for a feo
of FIvo Dollars, said amount to be
returned when plans and specifica
tions aro returned. The Mayor and
Council reserve the right to reject any
and njl bids.
Dated October 7, 1920.
O. E. ELDER,
08-029 City Clerk.
When tn North Platte stop at the
'w Hotel Palace and Cafe. Von will
Hp fronted well. BStf
This trouble occurs only when the
alimentary tract is working improp
erly. Keep the digestion normal and
cattle will be free from it.
Allow them free access to
A D VERT 1 SFMENT.
Mutual Building and Loan
Of North Platte, Nebraska.
RESOURCES JUNE 30, 1920, $1,329,175.33. .
Tho installment stock of this association Is issued in
shares of $200.00 each and may bo subscribed for at any
timo upon tho payment of 25 cents per sharo entry feo
and a monthly payment of $1.00. This stock earns divi
dends of eight per cent per annum, compounded semi-annually
and matures In 12S months. This maturity is ef
fected by adding to tho $128.00 paid by tho investor, $72.00
to cover tho earned dividends for that period.
$10.00 per month so invested will yield In
$10.00 per month so invested will yield in
T. C PATTERSON, BESSIE P. SALISBURY,
President x Sccrotnry.
Mary E. "Wolf, Charles L. Wolf, her
husband, Hesslo Long and Frank
Long, her husband, deE?ndants, will
tako notice that on tho 21st day of
September, 1920, George E. Slade,
plaintiff herein, filed his petition
in the District Court, Lincoln County,
Nebraska, against said defendants
tho object and prayer of which
forecloso a certain mortgage executed
by tho defendants Mary E Wolf and
Charles L. Wolf to tho p'alutlff upon
tho following dest nued real cstato
situated in Lincoln County, Nebraska,
to-wit: The North-east quarter
(NE&) of Section Nineteen (19)
Township Eleven (11) North of Range
Thltry-two (32) West of the G P. M. to
secure the payment of a certain prom
isory coupon note dated Juno 1st,
1915, forthe sum of $700.00 duo and
ipayablo on June 1st. 1920, and Ato
certain Interest coupon notes theroto
attached for the sum of $42.00 each,
ono payable Juno 1st, 191C, ono pay
able Juno 1st, 1917, ono payable Jtfne
1st, 1918, ono payable Juno 1st, 1919,
and ono payable Juno 1st, 1920, and
also to securo the payment of taxes
which tho plaintiff did pay after
default and neglect of said defendants
to pay the same; that thoro Is now
duo upon said notes and for taxes
pald and on this mortgage tho sum of
$S2G.38. for which sum with Interest
from this date plaintiff prays for a
decreo that defendants bo required to
pay tho same or that said premises
may bo sold to satisfy the amount
You and each of you arc required
to answer said petition on or before
tho 15th day of November, 1920.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1920.
GEORGE F. SLADE, Plaintiff
By Hoagland & Carr,
05-4wks. His Attorneys.
Stock Tonic Block
It's beneficial Ingredients absorb
tho gases, purify tho blood and tone
tho digestive organs, and tho salt it j
contains encourages frco drinking
of water, thus avoiding tho impac
tion of dry feed in tho intestines.
Wo sell it on a sixty-day guaran
tee and refund your money if not
North Platte Feed Store,
702 No. Dewey.
Congressman Moses P. Kinkaul candidate for re-election as
member of llic House of Representatives from the Sixth Con
gressional District, Nebraska. Advertisement
NOTICE TO PAY I Nil CONTRACTORS
Notico Is hereby given that tho
Mayor and Council of tho City of
North Platto, Nobr., will receive bids
for paving and curbing whoro ncccs
sarp in Paving Districts Numbers 3,
4, 5 nnd G in said city according to,
plnns and specifications adopted and
now on fllo in tho office of tho City
ELECTION PROCLAMATION 1920.
By virtue of the authority In me
vested and by direction of the laws
of the State of Nebraska in such case
mado and provided, I. A. S. Allen,
County Clerk of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, do hereby proclaim that on
Tuesday, the second day of November,
1920, during the hours designated by
law, there will bo hold a general elec
tion at the usual "voting places in said
county for the election of tho follow
ing officers, to-wit:
Ono (1) President of tho United
On (1) Vice President of tho United
One (1) Governor.
Ono (li Lieutenant Govornor.
Ono (1) Secretary of State.
Ono (1) Auditor of Public Accounts.
Ono (1) Commissioner of Public
Lands and Buildings.
Ono (1) State Treasuror.
Ono (1) Attorney General.
Ono (1) Superintendent of Public
Two (2) Railway Commissioners.
Two (2) Regents, of tho Stato Uni
versity. Ono (1) Mombor of Congress, Sixth
Ono (1) Stato Senator. Twenty-fifth
Ono (1) Stato Representative Sixty
Ono (1) Stato Roprosontative,
Ono (1) Judgo of tho Supromo Court
Ono (1) Chief Justice.
Ono (1) Judgo of District Court,
Thirteenth Judicial District.
Ono (1) County Judgo.
Ono (1) Clerk of tho District Court.
Ono (1) County Commislsonor, First
Ono (1) County Commislsonor,
Ono (1) Pollco Mngistrato for tho
City of North Platto.
Ono (1) Precinct Assossor for oaeh
Ono (1) Ovorsoor of Highways for
each Road District.
Two (2) Justices of tho Poaco for
At the samo timo and placos, a ref
erendum on tho Primary Law (IIouso
Roll No. 323, 1919) will bo token.
Said oloctlon will bo held on the
second day of Novombor, A. D. 1920,
nt tho sovoral polling placos within
tho county, botwoen tho hours of olght
o'clock in tho forenoon and eight
o'clock in tho afternoon of tho same
Given under my hand nnd official
seal this 4th day of Octobor, A. D.
A. S. ALLEN, County Clwk.
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