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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Following Id a list of deeds record
ed iti the drflco of C. W. Yost,, Regis
tor of Deeds, sinco our last lssuo.-
Fobr. 24 W. L. CrlBsmun and wlfo
lo Laura E. Cottcrcll, lot 7, blook 6,
Taylor's addition to North Platte,
Fcbr. 25 Ellen M. Schopp and hus
band to Florcnco A. Romlnc, lots C
and 7 of Schopp's subdivision of part
of block 21, original town of Max
well, and part of SWU of SWVi Sec.
22, T. 13, R. 28, $450.
Fcbr. 26 F. L. Harper and wlfo to
J. O. C. Akrs, lots 17 and 18, block 2
Harpor'ji addition to Wallace, $220.
Ftbr. 26 P. L. Harper and wlfo to
R. E Cowles ot al, lot 17, block 3,
Harper's addtlon to Wallace, 220.
Febr. G--Gco. W. Brown and wlfo
to Isadoro Wolborgor, lot 10, block 1,
Patterson's addition to Hershoy, $150.
Fcbr. 26 Jos. G. Havel, referee, to
(Jllman A. Dcmllt, 8VA Sec. 5, T. 9,
It 32, $1320
Febr. 26-L. E. Jouch and vlfo to
Clio. Star, lots 5 and C In SWtf and
lots 7 and 8 In SEM Sec. 7, T. 14, R.
Febr. 2G Francis W. Connoally and
wlfo to Christian Joeckcl, lots 2 to 12,
block 17, in West Wallaco, $600.
Fcbr. 26 Christian Joeckcl and
wife to Burt Light, lots 7, 8 and 9,
block 17 In West Wallaco, $250.
Febr. 26 Henry M. Dobout and
wlfo to Chas. II. Empic, lots 12 and
13 cf Claikson's subdivision of NEli
of Sec 29, T. 14, R. 33, Sutherland,
Fcbr. 26Nool Cover and wlfo to
Carl E. Fraught, Sec 24, T. 14, R. 29,
Fcbr. 28 Frank Kolly ot al to Thos.
1). Ogdon, lot 7, block 1, Homo's soc
ond nddltloif to Maxwoll, $300,
Febr 28 Dowoy IL Johnston and
wlfo to John Milliard lots 8 to 22,
McGco's subdivision of lot 5 of Soar's
subdivision of a part of S and NE'l
Sec. 29, T. 14, R. 33, Sutherland,
Febr. 28 Michael E. Conway and
vifo to Edward Jolllffo, lot 28, Clark
son's subdivision of NW'( Sec. 29, T.
14, R. 33, $3600.
Fcbr. 28 T. O. Swonson and wlfo to
Thos. M. Eggors, 8 SEU and tho
NEW PE'i Sec 34, T, 12, R, 31,
Fbr. 28 Thos. M. Eggors to Wm.
I Reynolds 8 BEVx and NEW SE4
Sec 34, Tt 12, R. 31, $1500.
Fobr. 28 Thos. M. Eggors to T. O.
Hwonson lot 7, block 4, Cody's 2nd ad
dltlon to North Platte, $2800.
WILL BUILD ADDITION TO COURT
HOUSE TO ACCOMMODATE
Tho Board of County Commission
ers at Its meeting Monday decided to
build an addition to tho north sldo of
tho Lincoln County CouVt House. Tho
room will be constructed of brldgo
planks and covered wltl) stucco. Tho
work will bo started at onco undor
the supervision of Commissioner Co
llagen. It will open into tho County
Clerk's office, and will bo used by C.
W. Yost, Register of Deeds for Lin
coln County. Of course it will bo for
temporary uso whllo tho now Court
Houso Is being bulldt.
LOCAL AN i PERSON AL
$ I Do Ml Kinds of
j PLASTERING -
Brick and Tllo Work. Seo me
a for Price.
tt A. It. SMITH
Jl 803 W. Eloicnth St.
Miss Ethel Sulto went to Oshkosh
Wcdnosday to visit friends.
F. C. Stcol, of Omaha, transacted
business In tho city Wednesday.
Mrs. L. Hnlleron, of Paxon, shopped
In t lo city, tho first of the week.
Dr. Wurtelo, office phono 27, night
D-jnald MbFarland left Wednesday
for Lbs Angeles to spend several
Victor Halligan went to Arthur
county Wednesday to transact legal
Mr. and Mrs. Will Scott, ot Cozad,
wo havo been visiting nt tho Asa
Thcodoro Wontland was off duty
this week at tho Shoo Market on ac
count ot Illness.
Mrs. Arthur Bullard and daughter
Mary Loulso loft Wednesday for
Minnesota to Visit her parents.
Sr. L. J. KKAUSE, Dentist. Mc
Donald Rank BaildlHsr. Rooms 81.
Phoae 97. 42tl
Mrs. Walt Morris, who has been
upending the winter horo, loft Wed
nesday fcr her homo In Chappell.
a. O. Oordon returned to his homo
In Sutherland Wcdnosday after trans
acting business In tho city for a fow
Miss Luru Erb, teacher In Senior
High, was" called to Gothonburg Wed
nesday by tho sorlous Illness of hor
Dr. Dent loft Wednesday evening for
Omaha to attend tho meeting of tho
Nobrasku branch of tho Amorlcnn
Collogo ot Surgeons.
Following is a list of tho marriage
licenses issued by County Judge Wm.
II. C. Woodhurst slnco our last Is
sue: Fobr. 28 Marlon E. Brown, farmer
Moorcflcld, Lillian B. Stephens,
Febr. 28 Enoch F. Vltcr, farmor,
Maxwell, Carrlo M. Reynolds, Max
well. Married by Judgo Woodhurst.
Maxell 2 H. M. Thurman, farmor,
Cozad, Mrs. Agnes Ovcrgardo, Ocon
to. Married by Judgo WoodhurBt.
March 2 Alva L. Sanders, Suther
land and Miss Iva II. Humphrey,
Mr and Mrs L. Johnson left yes
torday for Gibbon whero MrB. John
son will visit whllo Mr. Johnson
transacts business In Omaha.
Travelers Monthly-Incomo Policies
nro tho perfection ofLIfo Insurance.
No man with a family would bo with
out ono if ho knew what they mean to
tho family. C. F. Temple, Tho Travel
You can get moro miles for your
dollar In tho purchaso of a Dodge1
Brothors car than can bo found olse
where. Moro real servico and less ex
pense has been tho record ot these
good cars. J. V. Romigh, Dealer.
IRELAND'S FREEDOM IS SUBJECT
OF BOOKS GIVEN TO THE CITY
Tho .American Association for tho
Recognition ot tho Irish Rcpubllo has
prosonted to tho North Platte City Li
brary as a gift tho following books:
"Ireland," (Hackot), "Ireland's Fight
For Freedom," (Creol), "Making of
Ireland" (Oreen)i."A Hidden Phase of
American Hstorv" (O'Brlon).
General Farm Sales A Specialty, also
Real Estate RefcrcBces aad Dates
First National Bank.
Fino clean stock of Furniture,
Stoves, Hardware, Groceries, Houso
Furnishings. Best monoy maker in
town. Will trado for canyon land,
southeast of North Platte. Seo
104 Front Streot.
Rcmcber, Tho Travelers wrlto Bur
glary and Hold-Up Insurance. Why
tako tho chance, seo Temple, The
Mi3a Parker, of Canada, who has
been visiting nt tho Honry Parkor
homo left Wednesday for Omaha
where she will enter the Qulgloy
To whom are your going to sell your
Hay and Grain? Tho Harrington Mer
cantile jCo. will offer the highest
''Bud" Bcal was removed from tho
General' Hospital Wednesday whoro
ho has been taking treatment for a
dislocated hip which ho sustained sov
on weoks ago when ho fell from a hay
rack, to Rochester, Minn., whoro ho
rill tako treatment at thoB Mayo Bros.
LeMaster Rooming Houso
210 E. Sixth St.
Yeomen, Anniversary Member
ship Campaign Object 100
Members by March 10th,
WORK AND WIN
Sco any Yeomen. Phono 039W
WATCH WHO WINS
Mutual Building & Loan Association
of North Platte.
INCORPORATED IN 1887.
Investors in this association get tho benefits of the
following requirements of the laws of Nebraska under
which it is operating:
First. Tho association is required to invest only in
first mortgages on real estate or tho stock of this associa
tion. Second. Such investments are non-negotiable and
non-asslgnablo, and can only bo discharged by payment
direct to the association. This. is a very important pro
tection not available to any financial institution excopt
Building & Loan Associations.
Third. The association Is subject to the 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 more than thirty three years of its operation
not ono dollar has been lost.
T. C TATTERSON,
BESSIE F. SALISBURY,
fUBLIC SALE I
Tho undersigned will soli at Publlo Auction thrca miles north ot North
Platto on tho old Bratt place, ono mile south of tho Lumplugh
Monday, March 7, 1921
Tho. following iloscrlbcd property, consisting ot
4 Head of Horses
Orcy maro 5 years old, weight 1400; black horso 0 years old, weight
1400; two groy geldings 5 and G years old, walnut 1250 each.
IS Head of Cattle
No. 1 milch cow 8 yoars old will bo fresh soon: 2 No. 1 Holsteln cows 5 '
years old, fresh soon; 2 No. 1 Holsteln cows 3 yoars old with calvos
nt their sldo: two 2 voar old holtors: flvo sprig calves, full calf.
Mollno lister good ns now. John Dooro two-row, top buggy, two-section
harrow, hay rack, balo rack, two Champion hay sweeps, hay Btnclc
or, Doorlng mower 0-ft. cut Rood as now, Standard mowor 6-ft. cut,
McCormlck mowor G-ft. cut, David Bradley mowflr G-ft. cut, two
sots work harness, set drlvliiR hamoBS, GO bushols ofontfl, pile of
SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK FREE LUNCH AT NOON
TERMS OF SALE All sums ot S20 ad undor caBh; on sums ovor S20.
j months tlrao will bo given on bankablo paper bearing 10 nor cent
lnterost from data ot salo.
R. V. McMASTER, Owner
ED. XIEMG, Auctioneer.
It. C. LANGFORD Clork.
If it Isn't Insured, Insure it today
C. F. TEMPLE
THE TRAVELERS MAN
Room 11, Brodbcck Bldg. North Platte, Ncbr.
Imported Japanese Ware
We have just received a large shipment of
beautiful hand painted porcelain teacups and saucers.
They are exquisite examples of the Japanese art and
are useful as well as beautiful. With them were a
large number of tea sets, chocolate sets, " berry sets
and cake sets. We" have placed these pieces on dis
play in our shop, and welcome visitors who wish to
inspect them- fThis will convince you that ihey are
a fine quality at only moderate cost.
Hotel Palace Bazaar.
Do you want a furnace that ia gas tight, built liko an
onglno boiler. This cut shows you tho best pipo or pipe
less furnaco for tho money in the U. S. A. You can get it
at tho right price and proper installation at
PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOP,
510 Locust Street.
Mrs, Sam Workman, March 8th, 9
miles west of North Platto.
ID. G. Nelson, March 9th, 11 miles
Northeast of Brady.
W. M. Pall, March 1G, 1G rallos east
of North Platte.
R. U. McMastors'. March 7, i miles
North of North Platte.
J. A. Young, March 14, 24 mtleS
northwest ot North Platte.
J. II. JohnBon, March 17, 9 miles
southwest of North Platte.
Ralph Sopor, March 22, 8 miles
northeast or North Platte.
F. O. Johnson, 14 miles south of
North Platte, March 23.
C. It. Swanson, March 30, 17 miles
northeast of North Platte on Bill
Ross' place. -
Whon in North' Platte Atop at the
New Hotel Palace and Cafe. You will
bo treated well. MM
Res. 400 East Srd SI.
DR. S. E. HUPFER
Foot Specialist 1
FOOT COMFORT. ARCH
Corns, Calloases, hhi! Ingrowing Toe
Nails Besaojod and Ulcera, cured.
BbbIohs treated and all other AH"
mcaU of the Feot.
OYER CASH MEAT MARKET.
ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION
Ro IT KNOWN: That wo, tho under
slcued. do hereby in pursuance of tho
laws of tho Stato Ot Nebraska, associ
ate ourselves together as a body cor
porate In manner and for tho purpose
herein after set forth.
Tho namo of this corporation shall
bo tho Platto Valley Poultry Assocla
The offices of tho association shall
bo kept in tho city ot North Platto, Ne
braska, and tho principal place for the
transaction of its business snail do in
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho term of the oxlstence of tills
association shall bo twenty (20) years,
Tho Capital stock of this associa
tion shall bo ono Thousand Dollars
($1000.00) divided into sharos of Ten
Dollars ($10.00) each, ot which capi
tal stock at least Fifty Dollars ($50.00)
shall bo subscribed and fully paid be
fore the commencement of tho busi
ness of this association, and no stock
holder shall bo allowed to hold or be
the owner of more than ono share.
Tho object and general nature of
the business to bo transacted by this
association, and for which it is being
created shall be to place on public ex
hibition or show, poultry for tho piir
pose of demonstrating and encour
aging poultry breeders to halse a high
or standard ot poultry perfection and
The business and affairs ot this as-
soclaion shall bo managed and direct
ed by a board of directors to bo elected
by tho stock-holders from among their
number and not otherwise, which elec
tlon shall be by ballot, each stock
holder having hut ono vote, and which
election shall be held on the date of
tho organization of this association,
which board of directors shall elect
and choose from their number a Pres-
dent, Vice-President, Secretary and
Treasurer, and all elections for direct
ors thereafter shall be. hold annually
on tho first Saturday of February nt
the offtco of this association.
Tho Stock-holdors at any annual
or special meeting election may adopt
any by-laws for tho guidance and di
rection ot said board ot directors as
may bo doomed proper by a majority
of tho votes cast at such election, and
a majority of said board of directors
shall constitute a quorum to do busi
ness, and said stock-holders shall bo
entitled to ono vote only and the right
to voto by proxy properly authenti
cated will bo lawful.
Tho board of directors shall havo
tho goiieral management of tho busi
ness ot this assocaton, apd are limit
ed in their authority as to contracting
any Indebtedness over and abovo tho
cash In tho Treasury.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We,
tho undersigned Incorporators horeun
ao set our hands and affixed our sig
natures hereto thIsA25th day of Fobru
John A. McDonald.
M. C. Rogers.
L. F. Simon.
R. II. Jandobeur.
Arthur O. Artz.
L. I. Tucker.
S. S. Mongel.
HMHft&c Pkjskkn & Strgwn
Gcienl Prk&e ud
FtnMr Nhk 'TwiatM HMfkal".
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. .
0m Hall Blek Nwti at hstaftict.
A modorn iaititution for tha
si.ntific treatment of medical,
curglcal and confinement cuii.
Compl.t.ly .quipped X-Ray
and dlaenoitie laboratorl.s.
Gee. B. Dot. M. D. V. Ucas, H. D.
J. B. Redfiell. M. D. J.S. SIMMS, M.D.
Office 340 House 1257
DR. W. I. SHAFFER
Over the Oasjs. North Platte.
DR. J. B. McKIRAHAN
Practice Limited to Diseases ot
Women and Surgery
OVER REXALL DRUG STORE
Phones Office 113 Residence 265
MRS. 31. HENRY GILFOYL
ART OP SINGING.
Resldenco Studio: 108 Went '-d, City
Oral Prophylaxis Mouth Hygiene
Phone 307 Twlnom Bldg'
W. T. PltlTCIIAHDj
Ex-Government Votorlnarian and ex
assistant deputy State Veterinarian
Hospital 815 South Vino Street
Hospital Phone Black 633
House Phone Black 633
il DEKKYBBKKY A FORBES,
it undertakers and Funeral DIrocto
ft Day phoae 41
If Vll,l .Lo.. Tll..tr EDO
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Calls Promptly Answered Night or Day
Phone Office 642 Residence G76
DR. HAROLD FENNER
Offlco Phono 333 Res. Phone 1020
DRS. STATES & STATES
5, G, 7 Building & Loan Building:.
Office Phone 70. Res. Phone 1241
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROS T.
North Platte, Nebraska.
Knlehts ol Columbus Building.
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D.
Special Attention Given to
McDonald Bank BalldlHg
Office Phone 83 Residence 88
GEO. B. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Atteatte GIrex to SHrrery
Offlco: Building Sc. Loan Bulldlnr
Phones: Office 130, Residence 116
ORDER FIXING CLAIM DAYS.
In tho Matter of tho Estate ot Nettle
A. Yohe, Deceased.
Now on this 4th day ot Fobruary,
1921, it is ordered by tho Court that
tho. executors bo allowed ono year
front' this 'dato in which to sottlo said
Kstato, and creditors will bo allowed
until tho 8th day of tJuno, 1021, to file
their claims, after said date, claims
will bo fororer barred. That on the
8th day of March, 1921, and tho 8th
day of Juno, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m.
of each of said days, tho court and
tho Executors will attend at tho coun
ty court room in said county, to re
ceive examine hear, allow, and ad
just claims. That notlco of this order
bo given creditors and all porsons in
terested in said Estato by publication
of a notlco for tour euccosslvo weeks
Immediately preceding tho 8th day of
March, 1921, in tho North Platte Soml
Weokly Tribune, a legal soml-weekly
newspaper printed and , published In
Lincoln County, Nebraska,
(SEAL) WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
F8M4 County Judge.
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