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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBJJNE
it: . .
WILSON TOUT, Editor mid Publisher.
Column of Kohscntfc.
Entered at tho North Platte, Nebraska
1'ontotfiee as Second CIuss Matter,
TUi:SIAV, NOVU.MHEU 2id. 11)20
Tlfo other day whan fe wer going
; " ove'f to Tho Shoe Markot to buy 11 now
,n n,1,nnco 2,0 .topped ua and told u that ho had
just road tho latent reports which
Kvo 375,008 riB tho nuinher of luuid
Imrf loft in tho election booth in tho
United States Inst oloctlon day nii'i
more coming In every day. He said
he couldn't sue why tho ,ludles loft
tliolr hund-bngs In the election booths
and linked lis If wo knew. Wo-mild
wo didn't nnd so wo wont ovor to see
Ed Davis about It. Kd had IiIh coat 1
off and was standing out on the Hide-'
walk looking for Honiuono. Wo Hald t
, This 1 Thanksgiving Week. The
Pretidont of tho United States and tho
Governor of Nebraska havo called us
to lot ono day apart as u day of
tfiir S:il Dulck D 45 Tourlnit In
faxflllertl condition. Phono SGJLW
For Snle 70 bushel graJtiTJoTly for
truck. Plione 10S1W.
For Siile Metal Duofold couch and
pad, good as now. Phono 249W.
For Sale Good 1918 Ford Touring
enr at a bargain. Hondy-Ogier Auto
For Kent Furnished room in all
modern homo- Phono 1121 or call at
221 Couth Locust.
Wauled: All kinds of scWfng and
dressmaking. Prices very reasonable
314" So. Walnut Call for Mrs. Brown.
For Snle Duroo Jersey boars. Good
ones at formor prlcos. N. is. Pottlt,
I miles west of BIgncll.
i'or Sale 8 room niodorn home
'fwfciksglvlng. Each Of us ha mucli
toi'ttt thankful for. North Platto and hollo and he said hollo and smllod ao 1 with full basemont and garage 51C
Lincoln Cdunty as a whole 1ms much .ye wont In with him. Pretty soon I west B streut,
to bo thankful for. Some of us are wo told him what wo had heard and
having financial difficulties but wo !i said "My! My! that's 11 big nunir
havo tin nbundanco of healthful cllm-, her'' and wo said yot it was. A man
ate, peace, rtn ordorly government, an
opportunity to mako good nnd friends.
Antl from n financial standpoint -this
community is bettor off than most
plaos wo know. When tho factorios
cloee It only affects us indirectly.
Wo havo had good crops ns a whole.
Tho Union Pacific payroll and tho
bocts, and tho hogs and the butler and
pggs aro all pouring wealth into tho
community. ThlH Is Thanksgiving
and wo hnvo much to bo thankful for.
NOTICE OF TAKING UP IISTKAV.
Taken up by tho undorBlgncd on
his promisos on the southern limits
of tho city of North Platto, Lincoln
CO., -Nebraska, on Nov. 1, 1020, ono
chunky black horso, four years old.
Dated this 18th day of Nov. 1920.
tIgf!Qd: P. K. PAYNK.
't?hy not a good clock for mother?
She needs it nnd you could not select
a iftbro lasting Xmaa gift. Dixon han
dloiT tho Soth Thomas. Session nnd
Nof yioven mnlcs, none hotter.
"Visit our lnfunt H department, wo
hate ovorythlng that cornea in that
Una. E. T. Tramp & Soiib.
E." J. Karnes, Jr.. Editor of tho
Wallace Winner, with other momborB
of tho family, nccompnnicd a slstor
fo North Platto Saturday to receive
treatment- in a local hospital, for in
juries received when thrown froih a
horso5 Mr. 'Eames wns a welcome
who enmo horo from Missouri wns in
tlie sloro and lie said ho didn't be
lieve it. Wo told him wa wore only
repeating what we had heard and that
he couldn't bhimo us. Ed said ho did
n't know tho ladles had so many hand
bags and Missouri said they give them
back and forth for Christinas so much
that they don't know how many they
havo thomsolvos. "Wo said we would
For Sale 1917 Monroo roadster in
good condition. Cheap If taken soon.
520 oast Gth.
For Sale -A few
ens. Inquire 922
Onions for Snlc-
llvo spring chick
east Second, or
-1 mllo north and
Vi mile cast of Platto Valley School
For Snle Ono No. G Radiant Home
hard coal stove. 220 W. Sixth St. A.
t ll'.illf.i.l I1.. lw.i f..,..,. ,..,.,,... nf
.ink they would hold onto them nrnl or gooa ,nd for sai0 reasonable,
hey were gifts and no bo leaving ( u Jonu)( ,)0X 551( 0,noy IU
UIU1U illUUIlll 111 UIUUUUU IIUUII1H
and Ed said ho left his rubbers in nn
election booth ono tlmo when it was
rainy and ho noVor found them again.
Wo said wo loft our fountain pen In
nn election booth onco and when we
camo back In a day or two we found
that tjioy had not only taken tho pen
but they had taken the booth nnd all.
Ed said that wasn't honest nnd for
his part ho would never take, anything
from an oloctlon booth. Missouri
Bald ho guessed that Is what tho wo
men thought but neither Ed nor wo
saw tho point Just then. Ed said he
thought it wns a lot nicer for tho
Indies to Icavo their hand-bags In the
oloctlon booths for the oloctlon offi
cers to tnke homo to their wives be-
causo beforo the women votod nil
For Sale Young- six months old
mule. Will trade for corn. W. M.
Morris. 0G8J, end of west Fourth
For Sale Cornet. Lyon & Healey
mako. C shank attachment made es
pecially for this Instrument! Phono
For Sale Duroc-Jersey boars. It is
timo to'havo your boars for fall ser
vice A fcV choice ones at the Experi
Tor Sale 1280 aeres ranch in Mc
Phcrso'n County. Will sonsidor some
trade. V?M soli cheap if sold by Jan.
1st. L. O. McFarland, 1702 East 4th.
A Year's Subsection to n good
1 magazine Js always a good Xmas
You Are Always Welcome
Do you know what goes on in tho "Central"
office botween tho timo you lift tho telephone
receiver and the person you call answers?
Our latch string is always out. Wo welcome
the opportunity to show our patrons how their
telephone calls are handled.
The knowledge you gain from a visit to the
operating room should make the telephone more
valuable to you. We. know it -will aid us in our
efforts to furnish you dependable telephone service.
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE COMPANY
gift. Now Is the tlmo "to subscribe.
tl.oy ever found In tho ofection booths0 6" Fml G RCtr;
were cigar snipes and tobacco cuds. 1 4 ,bt,n,Cd Sfen-On Nov. ifeth n
Missouri hnl.l tl.hv Wr. nrhnl.lv blacIc nn wl,,tc Plntor dog. Black
shabby handbags lint" could not be ' ,8pot r lo1 oyo imA b,ack ?pot 0,1
given away this Christmas and wo
caller at this dfflco,
l?. 11. W.-iiiflnra rolnrnoil viiHlnriln V '
, phono rnng nnd Ed wont to, answer It
left side. Libornl reward. Lahdgraf's
anl.1 n,n'H rini,t n,i uaruor auop.
v' ' f54H Ullll JltOlr V 111 1 U1U
from Idaho whore ho lins been for tlie
past six monthn. When ho loft horo
he went to Texas and then to Idaho,
lie expects to remain here until next
'Suits and coats at a real rcductltin.
.Prices that aro an inducethont to buy
nntT'wo handle only tho best, most ro
llalilu merchandise on the markot. E.
T'.1 'Tramp & Sons.
Local dog owners aro displaying
mftrkqd Intorost In the Coursing moot
as entries Will be accepted 'fin some
events regnrdless of breeding or pedl
griw. Those entries will be open to;
" N all locnl dogs with n fee of $R.00 to j
cirUor. If you have a dog with speed,
bring htm nlong. Address coinmun-1
tcatlon to George M. Carey, See.
I'or Sale Duroc boars of butstand
but ho hadn't said anything yet whontf1"'' '"a,,ty Pnd s,z0' Tl10 k,ni thal
wo loft fifteen mliiutos . later but
"Yes mn'am" severnl times. And now
Mr. and Mrs. Bon Jnmes left this
morning for Oshkosh to spend two
weeks. 1 ' - ''
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will improve your hord. Call or seo
Gus Lindqulst, Route One,
"Foor Snle Registered Hampshire
Boars,1 stred by. Scudder's Prlnce'fo.
41753 arid Big R6d; No. 8'2917. Good
belts nnd good feet. Priced right. Koy
For Sale Hartz Mountain Canary and Avlndmill, collar and othor needed
birds good singers females Call at improvements. All fenced and cross
Derryborry & Forbes. Mrs. Ji'irney. fenced, 90-acreS' land, broke, CO more
For Snl My Duroc Jersey Herd could bo broke, rest in hayland and
Boar. Sensation Echo Top-Squire. F, pastureland. R. F. D. and telephone
O. Yon8cn. 'good road to North Platte, no gates.
For Sale or ITade-Fo'rd Touring Price $25 ,pcr acre, splendid terms,
Car, 1918 model for city' property, 1011' will take good car' as part payment or
West 6th street.
For Snlc1G0 acres of hind In Gree- JV1' Y1 m'
ley County.' Kansas.' G5 acres broke, ue?? ffih?
fenced and cross-fenced. House,, milk Lincoln County, Nebraska,
house, barn, shed and hen house. Good Tho Stato Cf Nebraska', To' all per
well and ' reservoir. Shatio and fruit sons interested in said Estate take
notice that the Admlnistrnrlx has
filed a final account nnd report of her
administration and a petition for final
settlement and discharge as such,
which have been set for hearing bo
fore said Court on December 3, 1920
at 9 o'clock a. m., when you may ap
pear and contes the same
Dated. . November 5th, 1920.
Win, H. C WOODHURST,
R. Spurrier, Elmwood Farm, R. F. .trees. Good soil and good crop. A
D. No. i. . ! bargain If takon at once. For par-
IVnntcd Rosidcnco in North Platte ticulhrs phone 798F14 or address Mrs.
In exchango for half Interest in gnr-'E.' W. Wright, North Platto, Nebr.
age In good county seat town on Lin- i ForsSuIe Hard Coal stove cheap.
con Highway. Owner has other inter-! Phone 53.
ests is reason for selling. Will pny I For Sale 320 ncres land, 9 miles
cash differbncoi Interest In garage Is s-w- of North Platte; fair set of im-
A ti.il.,..t..l T)K .... lif-OT AAMAH .... . .. .
-,v i.ut.uuuiu. iuuiio ixooj $,j(uu. want small property of 4 or provements, consisting of 3-room N9-3wks
-i-ivo nunureu uusiiois ot 5 rooms. Phone 212, ask for Mr. liouso, barn for six horses, cow shed. -
Call 7S9F14. Qucale. ' chicken houso. granary, garagd. well NOTICE OF PETITION
- -T Estato No. 178G ot Richard
Wool and Wool Nap
$10.50 now $6.75
$9,50 now $G.2S
3a.50 now $5.76
36-inchcs witle. light and
darks, colors fast.
Regular 45c now '
Extra heavy quality,
lights and darks,
J 45, and 55c values now
SUIT CASES AND
Graves, deceased, in the County Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
! The State of Nebraska, To all per
.sons Interested in. said Estato take
i notice that n potltlon has been filed
for the appointment of Carrie L. R-
Graves as Administratrix of said Es
tate which has beon set .for hearing
herein on December 3. 1920. at 9
'o'clock a- m.
Dated November 5, 1920.
Wm. II O. WOODHURST,
N9-3wks County Judge
20 to 50 Percent I
Off on Every Hat. 1
in silk and fancy nets
LADIES' MEN'S and
10 to 35 Percent
VISIT OUR GROCERY
Flour best qualit)
Dm Land Potatoes per bu, $1.30, good quality Canned Corn 15c, Peas, 16c, Michigan H. T. Beans 3 lbs
25c, Advo Coffee 66c value at 50c, 3 lbs. $1.45; good quality Laundry Soap 5 bars 25c, Canned Milk
large size 12 l-2c.
We have a good stack of very snappy styles in 1 1 Swart. Fancy Hextcr Coats which we are dtscouutiiu
20 TO 40 PER CENT
Ladies Suits and Dresses in the Newest Styles Sh les and Materials 20 tO 50 Percent DisCOUFlt
The A. T. Johnson Dept. Store.
Successors of The Hub.
XOTIfJK OF RKFEltEE'S SALE
Notico is hereby given that by vir
tuo of an order issued by tho District
Court in and for Lincoln County,
Nebraska, on tho 2nd day of Decem
ber, 1919, and alias order on Novem
ber 5th, 1920, in an action wherein,
W. II. McDonald, Nottio V. Reynolds
and James B. McDonald aro pltlntiffs;
and Mary B. McDonald, William C.
Roynoldt, Ruth McDonald Daub; Wil
liam J. Daub; Prank A. Mooney, a
minor under tho nge of 14 years;
Frank L. Mooney, Guardian of Frank
A. Moonoy, a minor under tho nge
of 14 years; W. If. McDonald, Net-
tlo V. Reynoldt; and James B. Mc
Donald Administrators of tho estate
of Chnrles McDonald, deceased, are
defendants; I will on tho 15th day of
December. 1920. at 2 o'clock l . M.
of said day, at tho East front door of
tho Court House in tho City of North
Platte. Lincoln County, Nebraska
Boll at public auction to the highest
biJdor for cash, subject ti nil in-'
cumbrnnces, against tho r, . tho
following described real osi. sltu
ato in Lincoln County, State f Ne
braska, to-wit: Tho North Elgthy
four and Two-thirds Feot of Lot Ono
(1), and tho East Twonty-tWo Feet of
Lot Two (2), in Block One-hundred
and Two (102) of tho original town
now City of North Platto. tho said
North Eigthy-four nnd Two-thirds
Feet of said Lot Ono (1) and tho said
East Twenty-two (22) Feet ot said
Lot Two (2) of said Block One-hun-
dred and Two (102) to ho offered for
I r.nl.. r.r.ii.iKitfl1t. nnil limn In lin nffnrptl
oiiii1 nu i .i i r vtj t i i v ....... . j " ---
for sajo as ono tract, and the Rof
oreo will nccopt such bid or bids ns
will in tho aggregate amount to the
Tho torms of said sale boing cash
in hand, nnd subloct to all incum
brances against (ho same. Said sale
will be hold onen for ono hour.
Dated this 8th day of November.
O. E. ELDER, Rofereo
Beeler, Crosby & Raskins,
city property if priced right JOHN
N. FOWLER, Owner, Route 1, Her
NOTICE OF " JIEAIUNG FOIl PBO
BATE OF TOBEIGN lyiLL.
Estate No. 1784 of Phillip S. Artley.
deceased, in tho County Court of Lin-,
coin County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, To all per
sons Interested in said estate, both
creditors and heirs', take notice that
Annie May Gregg Jformorly Annie
May Artley) has filed her petition and
a copy of the will of deceased, arid
tho prohate thereof duly authenticat
ed, that said deceased departed this
life on or aboiit tho 10th day of Aug
ust, 1895, being a resident and inhab
itant of Bradford, McKcan County,
Pennsylvania, and the owner of, the
following described real, estate, to
wit: An undivided one-half interest
in all of Section 25, in Township 9,
North.Rangev2G, westof tha-Gth P. M.
leaving as his sole and only heirs at
law: Annie May Artloy, now Annie
May Gregg, your petitioner heroin;
and praying for a decree barring
claims and that tho regular adminis
tration of said will be dispensed
With and that said will be admitted
and allowed to probate as tho last
will and testament of tho deceased.
and that a decree finding tho inter
est of the petitioner in tho real es
tato and who the , heirs of tho de
ceased were, and to whom said real
estate is bequeathed, which has been
set for hearing on tho 29th day of
Novemben, 1920, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Dated at North Platte, Nebraska,
this 2nd day of November, 1920!
Wm. H. C. WOODHURST,
(SEAL) County Judge.
GEO. C. GILLAN
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR PRO
RATE OF FOREIGN WILL.
Estato No. 1785, of Jonas Artley,
Deceased, in tho County Court of
Lincoln County. Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, To all per
sons Interested in said estato, credi
tors and heirs take notico tlmt John
H. Artley has filed his petition nid a
copy of the Will ot Docensed, and the
probato thereof duly authenticated,
that tho deceased died on or about
the 27th day of March, 190C, being a
resident and inhabitant ot Bradford.
"McKean County, Pennsylvania, and
the owner of tho following described
real estate, to-wit: An undivided one
half interest in all of Section 25, in
Township 9, North Rango 20, west of
tho Gth P. M, in Lincoln County, Ne
braska; leaving as his solo nnd only
heirs at law the following named
porsons, to-wlt: Sarah E. Artloy, his
widow; John H. Artloy, a son, your
Jpplitionor; Carrie K Ellsworth, a
daughter; and Roy s. Artloy, a
grand-son; nnd praying for a decree
barring claims that tho rogulnr ad
ministration of said will bo dispensed
with and tlmt said will bo admittod
and allowed to probnto ns tho Inst
will and testnmont of tho deceased,
and that a decroo finding tho inter
est of tho potlttoner In tho ronl estate
and who the heirs of tho deceased
were, and to whom said real estate
Is bequeathed, which has been set
for hearing, on the 29th day of No
vember, A. D- 1920, nt 10:00 o'clock
Dated at North Platte, Nebraska,
this 2nd day rf Novorabor, A. D. 1920,
Wm. II. C. WOODHURST,
(SEAL) County Judge
GEO l C. GILLAN,
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