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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
SPHI'IA li BLANK IS ITRNISH
Hut I'AILMKHS' INCOME TAX
ITRNISHEO LOt'AL AND PERSONAL
. "EXPERIENCE" COMINU. . IIoIom DoRolf Ik assisting In Uio
P. Ray Comstock nnd Morris Clost nubile library during; tho rush hours.
Mm V T Iillllott of Brady Is vis-;win prosonl George V. HolmrCs much . Mrs. 11. K. Dickenson of Maxwell,
1 Ring rolatlvos In this city.
wrong, and has woven them into a
A. notleti from tho Kedorul Internal Miss Hosslo Smlui sunt soyernl dayt
Revenue Huroau gives tho following in Omiilin tho lattor part of Inst woof
Information about tho Incomo Tax Mrs. C. 0. Day will loavo tomor
Roport which Is duo from farmers on row for Iter homo In Shrcvoport,
Ma 1C" . - - ...i . '"V. t i ninVov lfi SSjjtimtuv
jnOUSantlB or Iliriliorn WIIU8U nut mm. " if. Mini ltm Mm timitihitlmiH Mw n1mnf
Incomo for 1010 o.,uaJod or exceeded morning Cl.oyonno whoro she l I vSSnrto""1 Vrht rftht "i?
tho nxotnuL ons of $1000 for single visit for a tow oas. . 7
persons and $2000 for married pur- Mrs. A. Annerson loft bnturday ror
sons will ho required to be on file on Lincoln whore alio was called by tho
or hoforo March 15. 1921, Income tax death of hor cousin. ....
roturns for the your 1020. Mrs. A. M Calling, of Got hoiiburg,
As an aid to fnrmors tho Iluroau of spent tho wook ami at- tho homo or
leclal form,9$yhcr0.1 TAOI.V BTS Miss Gertrude Hakor.
Intornnl Itovonuo has proparod a Lloyd Cole, of Julasbitrg, Is visiting
Boolal form, 10I0P. for recording his sister Miss Ituth Cole, who Is a
alo of live stock, produce, and a toacher lit tho local schools,
summary of Incomo nnd exponsos. Mrs. Fred Schlommor donated a col
ThJs form sliould bo attached to tho lection of First Hondors and I'rlnlors
taxpayer's Indlvldtml return on Form 'for the Juponlles, to the tiblic library.
1040 or 1010A. Full instructions fori Mrs. V. Doggott, of Grand Island,
making out tho forms are contained transacted business In tho city Satur
in each. day. She Is connected with the Savoy
Undor gross Incomo a farmer is re- Hotel,
quired to Incluilo all proceeds derived Mrs. Campboll, who has been 0111
from tho salo of farm products wheth- ployed for tho past two years lit tho
or produced on a farm or purchased depot as matron, has roslgned hor
for resale. When ho exchanges his position.
product for groceries, clothing orj Ifalllo I'arkhurst, of Grand Valley,
other merchandise ho must Include In Colorado, Is visiting for some tlmo nt
tho home or iWiss Aiaiioiino urninor
idlscussod modem morality comod 1 transacted business in tho cltv Sat-
drama of today Experience, callod bylnrday.
critics tho most wonderful play In Mn ,, Mps. ,L (V 01(lf! ot Utl- cltJ,
America, nt tho koith Thoatro our who i,ilV0 8po,lt tho ,mst fcw (mys ,
night, Saturday, January 29th. , ,H,im.r aI1(1 otllor Coloralo points, re-
Mr. Hobart has taken tho universal turned Saturduy morning.
HiiYuiiiurun ui imhiikiiiii, inu dli UKKID". i ' "
Mrs. M. 19. Glddeon, who hns boon
visiting for some time at the homo of
Mrs. R. ' Olllem, V. Saturday for
hor homo In Kim Creel:.
Mr. nnd JHrs.T. l I'atiorson pre
sented the public librarj with fifty
educational looks Vouchsrs will llnd
thos.e bcok-i ve: v useful 1: their
school woik. .
1 Dr. W. I. SHAFFER I
his Income tho vauo of tho articles
received and exchanged. Profit re
ceived from tho bale of farm land or
rent rccolvod for tho so thereof must
nl?o bo included.
In determining Ills not income, up
on which tho tax Is assessed, tho
farmer may deduct all necessary ox
ponscs incurred In tho operation of
his farm during tho year. Thesa In
oludo cost of cultivation, harvesting,
and markotlng his crops, the cost of
seed nnd fertilizer used, amount spent
in repair to farm buildings other tlinn
tho dwolllng, and to fences and ma
chinery. Tho cost of farm tools used
up in tho courso of tho year, wages
paid to omployeos other than domes
tic servants, and rent paid for farm
land and biddings (other than dwell
ing) aro deductible items.
Farmers who keep no records or
only records of cash receipts nnd dis
bursements should make their re
of this city.
Mrs. A. K. Scott, of Lowollen, who
Iiiib been visiting for soma tlmo at the
home of Mrs. Walter Itohorts, left
Saturday for her homo. .
Miss Helen Stunrt, of Lexington,
who has been visiting at the home ot
Miss Marie Stack left tho middle of
tho week for hor homo.
Thurston Woodhursl. who loft some
tlmo aco for Denver, has accepted a
position with tho Donvor Dry Goods
Co. In tho shoe department.
Mrs. J. Smith, of Kearney, who has
been visiting for somo time at tho
homo of hor daughtor, Mrs. William
Strauss, left Saturday for her home.
Miss Helen Bickley, of Chicago, who
has been visiting for somo tlmo at the
homo of hor cousin, Mrs. William
Strauss, loft Saturday for her home.
Misses Dorothy and uonnio jucny
of Lyma, Mont, who havo been vlsit-
and Mrs. II. D. Rnsmussen, left tho
luttor nart ot last week for their
turns on the baslB of actual rccoipts, ! ing for somo tlmo at tho homo of Mr,
but rarmcrs who koop complete ac
counts nnd who take Inventories at
tho beginning nnd ond of tho year to
dotornilno their profits should roport
on tho nc-r""' basis. Both methods
arc fitly explained on Form 1040F,
copies of which may ho obtained from
tho offices of collectors of intornnl
Miss Joslo nnd Anna O'Haro left
Sunday for California wlicro they ex
pect to remain indefinitely.
Tho Lady Foroiters of the Catho
lic church will entertain this even
ing at tho homo of Mrs, William
Wo are prepared to ropalr scored
and cracked cylinder blocks, with
high grado metal alloy, electrically
applied without hcntlngi wnrplng or
enlarging tho bore. We solicit your
work. North riatto Bulclt Co.
Tho Elks entertained its members
at a dancing party Friday evening at
ita home. Thore worp twenty couples
wno enjoyed tho dancing which last
od until twolvo o'clock.
A baby girl was born the middle of
last week at tho Plntto Valley hospital
to Air. and Mrs. Cook, of this city.
Clara Orton left the last of tho week
for Kimball whore sho will visit ovor
the week end.
it High Priced Stock Foods
"That ha is all through paying .j
it fancy prices for stock foods and
li hog remedies and that ho a rais- :.
it ing some ot tho best hogs ever
it placed 011 tho market," was the it
li statomcnt made recently by E. li
it II. Bcckstoad, well-known hog
8 raiser and authority on live it
ti Mr. IlecksteiuVs hogs uto tho it
jt onvy of IiIb neighbors, and havo g
ft "topped tho markot" for sovornl ft
i years In Iowa. Ho states that
: for years ho bought high-priced
ft linir fnnfln imil hni? remedies, hut ft
8 ho Ir all through paying extra- If
ft vagant prices for what ho can if
" ...1, 1,l....,1P I In alnlnu tlinf H
..... .. , 1 1 .
tl wnai 1110 migs iiuuii iu iuuiim it
ft nnd tolls tha secret ot his won- ft
.lm.Pitl DimnnDa liV nvnlllltlllll?
that ho takes about live pounds ?
ft of ordinary mlnernllno (which ft
ir . .... 11
ft Is puro conceiuraieu minerals
H 1 1 .... An- $i
i. aim cumv winy u uuuinu ui ui
li lars) and mlxoB same with
. 1. t nil i ..
cuougii uruii ur iiuur iu niaiiu u
it liimilrnil nnmiilR. All llOCR. and
especially brood sows roqulro
J,: minerals as inoy Keep mum iruo y
li from worms, nnd In tho pink or
si condition, and arc essential to ::
i-i .. . ...i.. i .. 11 t.i
1110 nogs growin aim 11 won oai- j.j
f anced ration. This Inexpensive ft
jt mixture placed In a sheltered j
ft box whoro tho hogs can got at ft
jf it as they need it, will produco j-f
ft far better results than any :;t
?f high priced so-called stock f
j foods. ft
ft. Send two dollars to Tho Mln- fi
ornllno Chemical Co., 1638 No. H
ft Wolls St.. Chicago, 111., and ft
jf thoy will forward you by pre-
pnui parcel posi, onougu miner- j.t
Stone's Drug Store
U9 that already a great many farmers
are buying Blacklegolds preparatory
to vaccinating thoir cattlo this spclng.
Thcro Is no question but that this Is
a good movo; something that every
owner of cattlo ought to attond to be
fore It Is too late. Veterinarians aro
agreed that thcro Is littlo uso trying to
treat a caso ot Blackleg. It Is almost
invariably fatal and 11 singlo caso Is
likely to so lnoculato tho soil with
germs that tho Infection will linger for
yenrs to como.
Slnco It Is a woll established fact that
v":ination will protect against tho
dlscaso, no ono ought to neglect this .'. ., tnu i,un,iro,i
precauUon. Tho next time you havo ' ft l""wi nunureu t
an opportunity, aslc for Information, , ii '
play of vital roallty. Ho has aptly
callod It "Exporlcnco" for under that !
title may bo Included all the attribu-!
ton ot men and women, good and hud, !
In tliolr rolatloiiBhlp to ouch othot . i
I.. II. Id Tm . '
111 mm iijimuu imt 1111 . iiuual t linn
written ono of tho most interesting
and thrilling of modern (Iranian. He
has directed his appeal and efforts In
languago and situations so universally
iVJooptcd as true, that whoever sees
or hoars tho play may knon .
Exporlcnco ' tolls the story of the
oplsodos thru which Youth the aver
age young man of todn pnssos In his
effort to nchlovo supreme happlnoss,
and ono Is often reminded of "Pil
grim's Progress" while watching tho
show, altho "Experience" Is quite
modorn and up-to-date.
lemh leaves Love, his first swect-
hoat, and accompanies Ambition into
tho Highways of Life Ho meets
Pleasure, a very charming and enp
tivatlng womnn, on the Street of
Vacillation as ho enters tho city, and
inscinated by Pleasure, Youth turns
from Ambition, refusing at tho same
tlmo to heed the call of Opportunity.
nnd with Plensure visits the Golden I
Calmrot. "Experience," his iruldo.
looks on while Youth goes tho pace
with Passion, Woalth, Beauty and In
There aro ton scenes showinc his
downward carcor and his final regen
eration. Tho play Is handsomely stag
ed aim win do acted by a splendid
cast of forty people.
A number ot young people onter-
talncd about twenty couples nt danc
ing party at tho Masonic hall Friday
ovening. A very good time Is reported
oy nu present.
IN THE DISTRICT COUBT OF
UNITED STATES TOR THE
DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA,
NORTH PLATTE Dli
III tlic Matter ot Roy C. Norrls, Bank
Caso No. 83, In Bankruptcy, Volun
Noiico of First 3retlng of Creditors.
At North Plntto In said District on
this 21st dny of January, A. D. 1921,
before AV alter V. Hoaglnnd, Referee
This cause came on for hearing
before tho rofereo upon consideration
of tho petition or tho bankrupt, of the
Adjudication heretofore made and of
tho fnct that upon Investigation it
was found that tho notice of First
meeting of Creditors issued out. of
this Court on December 21st. 1920,
wm not uhllshcd as required bv law.
for tho reason that .the same was lost
In the mail, and was never received
by the Printer.
Notice Is hereby given that the
First Meeting of Creditors of said
bankrupt will bo held at the offlco of
Wnltor V. Hoagland. Referoe, at
North Platte. In Lincoln County, Ne
braska, on tho fith day of February,
A D. 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M. at
which tlmo the Raid creditors may at
tend, prove their claims, appoint tho
trustee, oxaniino the bankrupt, and
trnnsnct such other business as may
properly '-omo beforo said mooting.
WALTER V. HOAGLAND.
Rofereo In Bankruptcy.
HYDRO STONE PRODUCTS. SIOUX CITY IOWA
What Is It
This House Is Built of HYDRO-STONE.
It is of the Best and Most Economical
Building Products on the Market Today.
It is Permanent in Construction and
Beautiful in Appearance.
If you are interested in any building project I will be
pleased to explain the facts more in detail by ap
pointment at my office.
VICTOR F. BECK, Architect.
Phone 293 Folev Bid?. i
Again I call your attention
that tho accounts of tho Platte
Valley Heating & Plumbing Co.
nro In my hands for collection
to pay tho old firm's Indebted
ness. If those nro not paid at
once I must put them in the
hands of a collector which will
moan an extra expense to you:
so plenso call and square up at
onco nnd oblige,
Very truly yours.
. , . , 4 , 4 M W 4
Bit. S. i:. ltUI'FKR
FOOT COMFOKT. ARCH
Corns, Callouses, nnd Ingrolug Toe
Nails llcmovcd nnd Ulcers cured.
Bunions (rented nnd nil other Ail
ments of tho Fool.
OVKR CASH MKAT .MAKKKT.
J. M. BARTON
Choice p'ite Hied Slock for Sale.
You know how It is many times you have found i.n extra piece or
that you wanted to put into that particular wash
With most electric washers, Jiowcver, to add tha extra, piece it
would bo ncessary to stop tho mor and lIu inurhlno thou lift the
heavy topRput in th oxtra plcco
and fasten the top down agalnt
start tho motorCall beforo you
could continue with the wash
ing. Not so with
LET THE DOLLY DO THE
North Platte Light & Power Co.
Prices are Reduced to
a Pre-War Basis.
All indications point to higher
prices as soon as finances improve.
Come in and talk with us about it.
Coates Lumber & Coal Co.
HAY FEVER AND
CATARRH A PEAFNESS
North Piatto, Nebr.
(i'ciienil Farm Sales A Specialty, also
Jtcal Estate. Jtcfcrcnces nnd Dates
First National Rank.
Res. 100 Knst :ird St. Thono 912
miS. M. HEMtY GIlil'OYL
ART OF SINGING.
Residence Studio: 108 West 3rd, City
One Hall Block North ot Postoftice.
A modern institution fur the
ocUntific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement casai.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diafnitistic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent. M. D. V. Lncas, H. D.
J. B. RedfieliM.D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
DR, HABOLD FENNER
Office Phone 333 Res. Phono 1020
Oral Prophylaxis Mouth Hygieno
Phone 307 Twinem Bldg-
The Wonder Man
He's tlie Man With the Punch nnd the Smile.
He Has It in the Ring
Ho Puts It On the Screen
In an Absorbing American Society Drama. Directed by
John G. Atloin This is not a Prize Fight Picture.
At Tne SUN, Only,
Today and Tomorrow.
A LITTLE BETTER
DR. J. R. arcKIRAHAN
I'rnctlco Limited to Diseases of
Women nnd Surgery
OVER RBXALL DRUG STORE
Phones Office 113 Residence 2G5
Colls Promptly AasTrered Night or Day
Phone Office C42 Residence C7C
GEO. U. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention GItoh to Surgery
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Offlco 130, Residence 115
Office phone Ken. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte. Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
I) US. STATES & STATES
. , 7 Building & Loan Building.
Office Phone 70. Res. Phone 1248
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D.
Snecial Attention Given to
McDonald Bank Building
Office Phone 8.!
FOR FRONT WHEELS
SHAFER ROLLER BEARINGS
SEttVICE! No 3Ioro "GrlcP'
Onnranteed. At Dealers.
Distributed by AV. S. LOYEJOY,
3S1S 3Tason Street. Omaha, Neb.
W. T. PRITCIIARD,
Ex-Government Veterinarian and ex
asslstant deputy State Veterinarian
Hospital 815 South Vino Street
Hospital Phone Block 633
House Phone Black 633
li Licensed Emh.il more ??
To whom are your going to soil your
Hay and Grain? The Harrlngtoa Mer
cantile Co. will offer tha highest
ii Undertakers and Funeral nimntnrrfXt
Jt Hay phono 41
H Night phone Black &88 8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate No. 1791 ot Henry Wlghtman
deceased In tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska,
Tho 'Stato of Nebraska, ss: Credi
tors of said estate will tako notico
Umt tho time limited for presentation
and filing of claims against said Es
tate is May 18, 1921 and for settle
ment of said Estato Is January 17,
1922; and that I will sit at the county
court room In said county, on Fobr.
18, 1931, at 9 o'clock a. m., and On
May 18, 1921, nt 9 o'clock a. m., to
rocelTo, examine, hear, allow, or ad
just all loims and objections duly
' Vb. h. g. TfTOODHURST.
Jlt-4wks County Judge
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