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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1920)
NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
nt.uA .m m: rlsiiel.
Irinu Juno Rlshol, daughter of Mr.
cxd Mrs. A. B. nishol, living nenr
Hershoy, died at hor homo Novomber
24th, 1920. She was 1 yonrH, 5 months
nnd 11 days old at tho time of hor
(loath, nnd whs known ns a bright,
hnppy child who brought sunshine and
love into the lives of all who know
her Outdoor funeral services were
hold at the home nnd burial was in
North Platte Cemetery. Tho friends
and neighbors united in oxtendlng
thnir heartfolt sympathy to tho family
in this time of sorrow.
We wish to thank our friends and
uoighbors for tho many ways In which
thoy helped us during tho sickness and
donth of our llttlo daughter nnd for
the bonutlful ilowors that wore sent to
un. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. A. Hlshel and
Do yoti have "Freckles?'' You will
like the kind you got at Dixon's Music
When in North I'lntto stop at the
N'W Hotel Palace and Cafo. You will
tie troated well.
Have You Tried
V 4 V
Home Butchering Time Is Here.
If you have not had good results in curing
your Meat try our Specially Prepared Meat
Curing Salt, Write us for Receipts for
Sugar Curing, Plain Salt Pork Curing and
Dry Cured Pork We will gladly mail them
to you upon request.
Complete'line of Salt and feeds.
Mutual Building & Loan Association
of North Platte.
INCORPORATED IN 1887.
Investors in this association got the bonol'its of tho
following requirements of tho laws of Nebraska under
which It is operating:
First. The association is required to invest only in
first mortgages on real cstato or tho stock of this associa
tion. Second. Such investments aro non-negotiable and
non-assignable, and can only bo discharged by payment
direct to tho association. This is a very Important pro
tection not available to any financial institution except
Building & Loan Associations.
Third. The association is subject to tho supervision
of tho State Banking Board.
How well the Interests of tho investors in this as
sociation have been safeguarded is evidenced by tho fact
that in tho moro than thirty threo years of its operation
not one dollar has been lost.
T. C TATTERSON,
NO INCREASE IX PRICE.
The State Journal Is the only big
state pnper that ban not raised Its
prices. Still boing mailed at tho old
rate of $fi.00 a year without Sunday, or
$7.00 with the big Sunday paper. The
publishers hope It will not bo neces
sary to make an Increase and will
fight It off as long as possible, Lv
erybody should help to got down to a
moderate basis of prices, ion will
admit that $5.00 a yoar for a groat
dally like the State Journal is not
profiteering Its the choapest thing
you buy. Tho Journal satisfies the
needs of tho whole family. It is less
partisan and more Independent than
any other state paper. It prints ni
the news thntj's fit to print nnd is
filled with many exclusive foaturos.
Tim coming session of both tho. Stato
and National Legislatures will be of
unusual Interest. The Journal for
fifty years has dovotod moro spneo to
Nebraska news than any other paper.
Prepare for a long winter by send
ing in your order for the Nebraska
Dr. L. J. KJIAUSE, Dentist, arc
Donald Hank Unlldlng. Rooms 2 & 3.
Phono 07. 42tf
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liESSIE V. SALISBOUY,
NEBRASKA TRUST COMPANIES
SHOW A 12! GROWTH LAST
According to the 1920 edition of
Trust Companies of tho Unltod Stata
which has Just been Issued, the Trust
Coilltmtllos of X'fllirnattrn nn luiw. 'n
1920, had total resources of $8,801,200
For the whole Unltod States the
growth during the Inst year was 12
per cent. The author says:
"The llscnl year covered by this, the
eighteenth annual odltlon of "Trust
Companies of the United States," has
again witnessed a marked progressive
lonuoncy wiinin me ranks or these in
stitutions. Not only has there been a hand
some growth both Individually nnd
collectively, hut the scope of useful
ness of tho Trust Companies is being
constantly wldoned and prosagos an
oven moro assured recognition than
formorly of their value as an integral
part of our financial system.
The figures when viewed compara
tively, tostlfy to the splondld position
now occuplod by Trust Companlos and
furnish olnnnnf nrnnt Mmf hrnml
sorvlco Is boing Increasingly availed
of by the multitude of Individuals and
corporations whoso special needs they
so admirably meet.
STATU ORANGE MEETING.
Dec. 7-8-9, Shelton, Nebr.
Tho Nebraska State Grange will
meet In annual session at Shelton,
Nebraska. December 7, 8 and 9. A
splendid program has boon nrcnarcd
and speakers secured to handle sub
jects of vital interest to fanners Just
at this present time.
Soveral of these sessions will be
open to tho public and everybody is
Invited to come nnd hear Prof. N.
W. Gaines of tho Extension depart
ment at 2:00 p. m. Tuesday; Arthur
Wray of York, 2:00 p. nt. Wednes
day; Georgo R. Booner, Co-oporativo
.Marketing Thursday,. 2:00 p. m.; J.
Crawford, Beardsley. Kansas i
resident of Farm Bureau Federation,
Farmers Organizations, Wednesday,
8 p. m.
John Ketchum, Lecturer of Nation
al Grange, will bo present Thursday,
Brother Kotchum has been in Ne
braska before and his talks on sub
lects of vital Importanco to farmers
will bo delivered in r. forceful nnd
Why suffer from nerv
ousness, insomnia, hy
steria, nervous dyspep
sia, nervous prostration
or any ailment due to
a disordered condition
of the nerves?
DR. MILES NERVINE
will give you prompt
and lasting relief.
It produces refreshing
sloen, builds up the shat
tc.ed nerves and pro
motes a normal distri
bution of nerve force.
Your Druggist Sells It, Ask Him.
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OPENING A NEW
Wo wish to introduce to you our new department
which puts us in a position to refinish and rebuild your
present lighting equipment such as fixtures, portable
lamps or in fact anything that needs finishing or rebuild
ing; we can take your old fixture, add a few parts, refin
ish it and you have a new fixture at very little expense; we
can refinish your switch plates to match vour hardware or
roflnlsh your hardware in any of tho late antique finishes
which makes it new.
Our now fixtures we finish to suit your most critical
taste, such as ivory, old ivory, antique, antique smooth
gold, mat silver and blue mat gold and bluo (the tyo last
ones very popular in the East at the present time) , St. Paul
brown, Jap gold, and many others that wo can not men
tion here; we have all the late finishes and you can get
this work done right here in North Platte without sending
away for it.
We also have a very exquisite line of vases. This pot
tery is the Fulper line which is considered tho best in the
country; the colorings in these vases are very beautiful
and will make most desirable Christmas presents, and if
wo haven't what you want there is plenty of time to pot it
for you from tho oast.
Right now while you havo it in mind call 2-10 offico, or
2-K5J residence and let us dress up your .home for Christmas.
The Porter Electric Co.
510 LOCUST STREET
Four Big Nights,
Dec. 8th. -
The Famous Chase-Lister The
atre Co., (Good Enough for
Our Own Orchestra
Our Own New Vaudeville
Our Own Special Scenery
Change of Play Every Night.
Wednesday, Dec. Stli
Thursday, Dec. 91 II
"The Cabin in the Hills."
Friday, Dec. 10th
"The Natural Law."
Saturday Matinee, Dec. 11th
Saturday Night, Dec 1 1th
"A (3ood-Kor-Nothing Husband''
Includes war tax.
Winter Neglect f
Proves Costly I
YOUK storaco battery needs
certain regular attentions In
WINTER. Wo're hero to
eIto It thoso attentions, wliother
you liavo a powerful l'reat-O-Llto
or any other make, lteirular test
ing saves tiattery expense.
MIDWAY HOTOK (().
Mra, Elmer Contea nnd boh Elmer
Jr., arrived homo Saturday evening
from Wood River, where tho later has
ueen 111 with scarlethm
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
North Platto Floral Co. r Flowers.
W. Twelfth Street Phono 1023
Wo deliver and ship anywhere
I have oponod a branch office at
tho Metropolitan Blllard Parlors for
Taxi Sorvice and Heavy Hauling.
C. II. BLOOMBERG.
FOIl FRONT WHEELS
SIIAFER ROLLER HEARINGS
SERVICE! No Moro "Grief"
Guaranteed. At Dealers.
Distributed by W. S. LOVEJOY,
HS18 Mnson Street. Omnhn, Neb.
IHt. T. . McKIltAHAN
Practice Limited to Diseases of
Women and Surgery
OVER REXALL DRUG STORE
Phono Offko 1331. Residence 205
Midway Motor Co.
One Hall Block Nortb ol Posloflicc.
A modern institution for the
icisntific tratmpnt of medical,
urgieal and confinement cases.
CompUtsly equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories
Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lncas, M. D.
J. B. Redfield. M. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
Dr. W. I. SHAFFER
HAY FEVER. AND
CATARRH A DEAFNESS
North Platto, Nebr.
DR. C. E. McREYNOLDS,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Offico over Roxall Dmg Store.
M UTKOUOLITAN BILLIARD PA ItLOR
TAXI AND TRANSFER CO.
Oral Prophylaxis Mouth Hygiono
Phono 807 Twlncm Uldg.
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. 1).
Snecial Attention Given to
UcDouulil Bank Itoildlnt,'
On'lci' Phono 83 Residence 38
DO YOU LIRE A BROILED
You will If we serve It to you. First
ot all, it la a lino juicy steak; thon
our chof knows how to cook it to ro-
aln all tho goodness. Of courso. wo
sorvo moro than steaks. In fact, our
menu contains all tho delicacies of
tho soason. And at popular prices,
HOTEL PALACE AND CAFE
RICHI UGAI, Proprietor
Opposite Union Pacific Depot
! MRS. jr. HENRY GILFOYL
I Teacher of
! ART OF SINGING.
Hosldonco Studio: 108 West 3rd, City
' I) It. ItEDFIELD
i Surgeon. X-Ilay
Cnlls Promptly Answered Night or Day
Phone Office G12 Residence C7C
I)It. HAROLD FENNEJt
Ofllco Phone 333 Res. Phono 1020
MIS. STATES Ss STATES
5, 0, 7 Bnllding & Loan Building.
Offico Phone 70. Res. Phono 1241
GEO. B. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention GItob to Surgery
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Ofllco 130, Residence 116
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217"
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, - . Nebraska.
KnJchts o( Columbus Bulldln.
DR. J. S. TWINEH I
Platte Valley Hospital
General Farm Sales A Specialty, also
Real Estate References nnd Dates
First National Bank.
Res. 100 Enst 3rd SI.
HIDES, FURS AND JUNK.
We want these.
Big Price for Cast Iron.
No market for bones at present.
W. T. FBITCIIARI).
-Government Voterlnarlan and ex-
n ?l8bif , d,p,uty state Veterinarian
Hospital 315 Sonth YIno Street.
Hospital Phono Black 633
House Phone Black G3?
J.t "EKBYBKRRY & FORBES. it
it Licensed Rmkimo..
undertaken and Funer.l Director
lny phone 41 ijt
it Mght phono Black 588
NOTICE OF BEFEREE'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an order issued by tho District
Court m and for Lincoln County
oblka n the 2nd day of Decem
ber 6U lS f as r,ler 0,1
w iW' n, an act,n wherein,
y II. McDonald, Nottlo V. Reynolds
and James n. McDonald ar0 nltintiffs
and Mary U. McDonald Will am c'
Rcynoldt. Ruth McDonald Daub; Wil
liam J. Daub; Frank A. Mooncy. a
m'n the ago of 14 years;
Frank L. Moonoy, Guardian of Frank
Moonoy, a minor undor tho age
of 14 years; W. ir. McDonald, Net
tie V. Roynoldt; and James B. Mc
Donald Administrators of tho estate
of Charles McDonald, deceased, art
defendants; I will on tho 16th dav of
December, 1920, at 2 o'clock P.M
of said day. at tho East front door ot
tho Court Ilousn In fim niti. i m .u
Platte, Lincoln County, Nohraska.
Bt-ii in piiuiic auction to the highest
bidder for cash, subject to all in
cumbrances, against the same, the
following described real estate, situ
ate In Lincoln County, State of Ne
braska, to-wlt: The North Klgthv
four and Two-thirds Feet of Lot On"
(1). and the East Twenty-two Feet .-'
Lot Two (2), ln Block One-hundred
and Two (102) of the original tow-!
now City of North Piatte. the ai'
North Eiethv-fnnr nml 'Pnn.i,.
- - " - - - . I'U till. H
loot ot said Lot One (1) and tho said
bi i weniy-two (22) Foet of snW
Lot Two (2) of snld TllnMr rnn-l,
dred and Two (102) to be offored for
salo separately, and thon to bo olTewl
for snlo as one tract, and tho Ref
eree win accept such bid or bids a-
Will In tho nceretrntA ntnrmnt in M,r
Tiio terms of said sale being ca?'
in hand, nnd nnMnnt tn n innt.n..
brancos against the samo. Said sale
wm oo neiu open ror ono hour.
Dated tills Stll llnv nt Unrnml.1.
O. E. ELDER noforon
Beeler. Crosbv & TtnRklnn
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