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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1921)
NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TIUBUIjp
Your Money's Worth!
You May Take Our Word For It.
When you buy a CURLEE SUIT you gel your moneys
worth in style, in fit, in wear, and in genuine satisfaction,
And the best part is this store, which is open every busi
ness day of the year, is ready to mate good anything that
may prove wrong with the suit.
We have again in stock the famous 6121---100 percent
Pure Wool Blue Serge Suits for all builds of men. " "
LET US SHOW YOU
$30, $35, $37.50
SATURDAY, At The SUN.
By Izola Forrester and Man Pace
Scenario by A. S. Le Vino Directed by Wesley Rugoi.es
BAYARD VEILLER, Director of Productions
Also Buster Keaton
OUTITTER TO MEN.
Dodgo Brothers cara with tliolr ex
tremely good service anil dependabil
ity have satisfied their G00.000 own
ers. They will satisfy you If you have
need for a good car. In less than a
month there will ho an acute shortage
oi uougo cars, as there is now in
qulto a number of plncos. I would
advise that you buy now or get your
oruer mieu for early spring dellvory
to bo safe. J. V. Itomigh, Dealer.
If you buy llfo lnsuranco anil doiVt
buy in Tho Travelers, wo both loose.
Investigate Travelers low not-cost
policies first. C. F. Temple, Tho Trav
SPECIAL PIANO BARGAIN
Wo havo a high grndo piano stored
In North Platto which must bo sold.
Will greatly sacrlflco prlco for quick
salo to save expense. Terms given
responsiblo person. Go examine It.
Write us offer. All Information glvon
by writing Tho Denver Muslo Com
pany. Denver. Colorado.
J. M. BARTON
Choice Pure Bred Stock for Sale.
SPECIAL SALE OF
32x3 4 18.70
We have just made a very fortunate purchase of tires
at less than manufacturers cost, which enables us to
make these prices which are about half the regular list
and no war tax.
You Get the Advantage of Our Large
ADAIR-LEE RUBBER CO.
Three Stores; North 'Platte, Omaha, Malvern, Iowa
The Hoard of County Commission
ers met In tho Lincoln County Court
Houso February 28, 1921, pursuant to
adjournment. Thoso present woro
Commissioners Sprlngor, Cghagon and
Cokor and County Clerk Allen.
Bonds of tho following woro np
1' II. Sullivan, Ju8tlco of Ponce,
H 1J. Gcttys, assessor Horshoy.
Nath. Jlraten, overseer Dlst. 34.
J. A. IUiBscll, ovorscor Dlst. 40.
11. H Morrill, ovorscor Dlst. 21.
Carl Flctchor, overseer Dlst. 2.
L. C. Marovlsh, assessor Hookor.
Follow lg bills woro npproved nnd
warrants ordered drawn:
C W. Yost, offlco expenses, $10.
W F. Llnucmoyor, freight, $22.00.
11 W llrown, mdso., ?11.8G.
F C Shlrloy, dragging, $21.00.
Jess Long, drngglng, $9.
C C. Long, dragging, $27.
Olllo Zieger, dragging, $5.10.
HWla Uenl, Borvlccn County Judge
Essie Robinson, $59.C0.
L. F Prottyninn, hrldgo Dlst. 13,
Kov WtlRon. salary deputy sheriff,
. J Salisbury, salary shorlff, $1C0.
A. S. Allen, county clerk, $1CG.0C.
Win. Ititnor, doputy county clork,
J. F Snyder, dragging, $14.05.
Win. Ileyse, salary and supplies,
M Hansen, bridge work, $1.50.
Ham Feathers, brldgo work, $10.50.
Herbort Hostettor, bridge work,
13. II. Springer, freight paid, $28.50.
Fred McCalg, dragging, $105.30.
John It. Hltncr, rip rap, $351.25.
Adolaldo Shilling, clork Co. Supt.,
Allccn Q. Cochran, Co. Supt, $175
' Alleon O. Cochran, oxpensos, $82.22.
John Merrill, dragging, $8.10.
11. R. Morrill, dragging, $27.90.
Carl Fletcher, dragging, $18.90.
P. R. Stovons, caro, $21.
Sundry persons, survoylng, $51.80.
H. II. Pulllam, patrol, $45.
E. J. Ford, patrol, $40.
R. W. Schllchtor, patrol, $80.
Chas. Loypoldt, patrol, $42.
Leigh Eyerly, patrol, $G7.
E. R. Comstock, supplies, $8.50.
O. H. Eyerly, hlghwny com., $178.
Sundry porsons road dlst. 21,
$57.95. . .
E. IL Springer, services and mllo
T M. Cohagon, Services nnd milo
H Cokor, services and mileage,
Austin "Woodcosk, road dlst. 10,
Tho road overseer of Dlst. 30 is
hereby directed to see that old Road
No, 77 is opened for travel.
The Highway Commissioner is horc
hy directed to soo what kind of bridge
1b needed on extension of old road No.
'The County Surveyor is hereby di
rected to survey extension of road No.
Bonrd adjourned to March 7. 1921.
TJio Remington Typewriter Co. has
placed on tho market a portable type
writer with a standard koyboard. Tills
littlo machine is Just tho thing for
homo uso or light correspondence.
Mr. Sccborger of" tho First Nntlonnl
Rank and Mr. Young of tho Dopot Cafo
will bo UBors of this Remington pro
duct within tho next two or three
weeks. Descriptive cataloguo will bo
sent upon request by addrossing L. T.
Cory. Romintrtoil Tvnnu-rltnr Pn
Grand Island, Nobr. Adv.
P.ABY- CHICKS AND HATCHING
Whlto Leghorn, Slnglo-comb Rhode
Island Reds, Barred Rocks and Whlto
Wynndottos. Hatching eggs $1.50 for
15; $8 for 100. Baby chicks $20, $22.50
and $27.50 for 100 chicks.
North Platto, Nobr.
Beforo buying a Vacuum Clean
or, look nt tho Barcley. It is
guaranteed to do everything thnt
any cleaner will do and has hot
ter quality of material in it than
is contained in a great many
highly advortlscd cleaners. Your
carpots will last longer nnd look
hotter if you uso a Barcloy Vac
The Porter Electric Co.
510 Locust St.
PRANK STKOLLHEKG IS FEELING
(1O0O OVEK THE SALE HE
HELD LAST WEEK.
Tho salo of pedigreed hogs which
was put on horo Thursday by Frank
Strollborg was tvoll attonded nii'l tho
animals sold well Following is n
copy of tho auction schcdulo:
1. S. M. Soudor, $76.00.
2. Mr. Gardrow, Lexington, $07.50.
3. S. M. Soudor, $170.00.
4. Mr. Bugha, $52.50.-
5. Mr. Swnrtz, $57.50.
0. Mr. Kunkol, $57.50.
7. - Mr. Hastings. $05.00.
8. Mr. Swartz, $72.00.
9. Henry Kaostnor, $55.00.
10. Poto Miller, $50.00.
11. Mr. Hastings, $45.00.
12. Mr. Hastings, $02.50.
12. Mr. Kunkel, $57.50.
12 Mr. Swartz, $C0.00.
12 Mr Renins, $52.50.
13. Mr. Swartz. $75.00.
Mr. Powell, Paxton, $80.00.
II. Gardner, MaxwQll, $52.50.
Pit Miller, $02.50.
Mr. Swurtz, $00.00.
Mr. Hastings, $45.00.
Harry Mudlson, $47.50.
Mr. Reams, $37.50.
Mr. Kunkol, $G0.00.
CARD OF HANKS
Wo deslro to thank our friends and
neighbors for their help nnd sympa
thy In tho death of our littlo daughter,
Chlyo and for tho beautiful flowors.
mr mrs. 8. yago.
If you havo a farm, ranch or city
property to soli or oxchango I can do
this If prico Is RIGHT.
List your deals with mo
E. A. OLSON
Call 323 Evening 1130
THE FAT F THE LAND.
Aro you gottug it? Houbo
rent at $50.00 per mouth for 5
yoars and you havo $3,000 In
dead checks or receipts. Tho
landlord has tho deod, and you
nro still sticking around town
figuring tho Interest nt 10 on
that $3,000 you novor had in n
lump sum, but which you havo
donated to your landlord and
havo nothing to show for It
DON'T DONATE ANY LONGER'.
DON'T FIGURE INTEREST ON
MONEY UNLESS YOU HAVE
THE CASH ON HAND. Bottor
lot us flguro wltli you on n now
homo built to suit you, or some
of tho Bargains wo havo to of
fer. THE IIOLLMAN & SEBASTIAN
That Has Been Provded.
We believe this mill will be moBt successful if tho
ownership Is scattered to some extent among responsible
farmers and businessmen.
The unsold treasury stock is selling nt par, $100 per
Invest your money where good dividends are sure and
where it will benefit North. Platte and Lincoln Cotinty.
Phone or write for further Information.
North Platte Flour Mills.
Sg Combination Sale
Will bo hold on tho l-nlrvfow Dairy Farm, two milos wost of North
Wednesday, March 9th,
Commencing -it 1 o'clock sharp, wo will soil tho following property,
26 Head of Horses and Mules
Consisting of 12 mules from 3 to 4 years old, most of thorn broko; ono
tonm of black mnroo, woll matched, coming 7 years old, weight
2700; ono team of rriarcs, coming 8 yoara old; ono team maros,'
black and bay, weight 2300; six herd of horses ranging from 5 to
10 years old; two colts coming 2 years old.
29 Head of Cattle
Consisting of 12 good milk cows, somo fresh and tho others will bo
fresh. soon. 4 heifers will ho fresh by the first of April, 3 steers, 4
calves nnd the rest nro stock cattle.
6 HEAD OF HOGS
Farm Machinery, Etc.
4 wagons, truck, 2 listers, 5 cultivators, G hay mowcrB, 2 discs, two
row, harrow, 2 hay rakes, 3 plows, buggy, hayrack, baling rack, 3
sweeps, 2 stackers, now boot puller, 3 grintlstonos, 7-foot Doorlng
bindor, 14-foot runner drill, feed grlndor and Ford attachment,
200 rods of hog wlro, 7 sots of harness, snddlo, Ford car, Oakland
HOUSEHOLD GOODS -Piano, couch, bookcase, 2 heating stoves, table,
refrlgorator, oil stovo, 2 cupboards, bod, cream separator, 3 In
cubators. Other things too Humorous to mention.
TERMS OF SALE-4A.il sums of ?20 and under cash, on sums ovor ?20,
C months tlmo will bo given on bankablo paper boarlng 10 por cent
lnterost fronylnto of sale. FJtEE LUNCH AT NOON
COL, If. 3f. JOHANSEN, Auctioneer. P. C. FIELSTICKElt, Clerk,
LOS ANGELES TO BOSTON' HIKEK
STOP OVElt NIGHT IN NORTH
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Richards, of
Long Bench, Cal., woro at tho Hotol
Palaco Wednesday night They woro
on thoir wny from Boston to Los An
geles. When calling at tho Trlbuuo
offlco, Mr. Richards said tltnt thoy
woro hiking from Los Angeles to Ndrr
York City and thon to Boston nnd
back to Los Angeles on a $5000 wagef
that It could bo dono in flvo months or
loss. Thoy nro on their roturn trip
nnd havo 40 days yet boforo tho Umo
is up.i Ono of tho codltlons Is that
thoy aro not to beg, -borrow or stoal.
This would bo enBy but for tho faot
that thoy woro not to talco moro than
flvo dollars with them when thoy
started. Thoy can recolvo donations
and can cam thoir way but cannot
tako money for Uioir work. Thor
can .nccopt an auto rldo hut not on
olectrto or steam cars. Thoy usually
walk, Mr. Richards carrying 70
pounds and Mrs. Richards carrying
20 pounds, Thoy woro much pleased
with tho flno weather horo in Nebras
ka, but Mrs. Richards said If Bho onco
got back to Southern California Bho
would novor Ioavo.
Wo nro In tho market for Lincoln
County Farm Loans. Loans cloBod
promptly. No delays.
T. C. PATTERSON,
Room 2, B. & L. Building.
S Its easy to wash
my hair now
"Wtldroot Liquid Shampoo 1
easy and pleasant to use and it
doesn't make my hair brittle the
way ordinary soap does.
"My scalp feels better end my
hair has stopped coming out."
Soli and Guaranteed b
GEORGE FRATER, DRUGGIST
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