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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
III! A !, ESTATE THA NSFERS.
Following (a a list ot deeds Mod in
thd offloo of Register of Deeds for Lin
coin County for . the week ending
Mnrch 18 Zora S. Harper and bus
bund to Miohaol Louis, lou 10 nnd 18,
block 10, Wallace, $175.
March 18 Mary Hollander and
huaband to Cliaa. F.Sponcor lot 1 block
1G Residence Park Subdivision of Park
Additio to North Platto, $5000.
.March l'J-Jamoa H. White and wife
to Wm. I). Esholtnnn ot al VflA SEVi
Sec. 23 T. 14, R. 33, $15,000.
March 19 Frank II. Woodgato and
wife to Alfred M. Hanson, an Irregular
part of K NBV4 Sc. 4, T. 13, It. 30,
..Mardli 21 Uoawoll DuFraln, u wid
ower to John Griffith, NWVi Sue. 18,
Tv 1, It. 28, $2000.
March 22 Alex Chnmbors and wife
lo Horbort Anion, lot 10, block J
Ghnmborn' addition to North Plntte,
March 22 Jus. 12. Sludor to John H.
Cohagon, lot 3 Thomson's subdivision
oi ioi i ana parijoi ioi o ih iuiy
ora part of lot 4 of Sec. 4, T. 13, II. 30, 1
March 16 Kd Coker et al to Finnic
II. Carman ot al, part ot lot 15, block
5, Sutherland, $350.
March 1C It. A. Framo and wlfo to
Jltllis MOKOiiHon NM Sec. 9, T, 13, It.
Marcli 10 Hay C. Langfonl and wife
to Otto "Weber ot nl, lot 12, block 9,
TniBteo's Addition to North Platto,
Marcli 10 M. Ij. Lyons and wlfo to
Mary L. Costollo Sec. 23, T. 11, II. 29,
" March 1G Goldosborry Pavoy and
wlfo to John H. Mnpos, part of Sec.
29. T. 14, It. 33, Sutlierland, $3500.
. March 10 Murphy & Johnson to
rotor J. Watcrbury, lots 13 and 14,
block 13, Urady, $700.
Marcli 17 Chas. A. Cox to Jonnlo D.
Shook, lot 3, block 13 Cody Addition
to North Platto, $400.
March 19 U. B. Sponcor and wife to
Howard O. Spencer, part ot lot 4,
block 20, Wallace, $800.
Marcli 19 Russell II. Fowlos and
wifo to Elmer Ellonwood, loin 23, 24
and 25 In W. II. Plumor's subdivision
adjoining Maxwoli and a part ot SWVi
of the SW1 Sec. 22, T, 13, II. 28.
March 19 Elmer 12. Ellonwood nnd
wlfo to Trlstraln Roberta, property
described above, $2800.
March 21 Norval Pearco and wife
to Jacob (loodbrod, NHVt Sec. 13, T, 10,
II. 31, $7000.
Mnrch 21 Jens Ilasmusson and wife
to Thos. D .Ogdon ot 1 NEW of Sec,
and S14 of NEV1 and SWyt of Sec. 30,
T .11, II. 28, $0340.
Mnrch 21 Mlno Rasmusson and wife
to Thos. D. Ogdon et nl NEi of SE'4
Soc. 30, T. 11, It. 28, $700.
March 210. P. Robinson and wifo
to Harry Westphat ot al, lot 15, block
7 North Platto Town Lot Co.'s addition
to North Platto, $3500.
March 22 P. L. Ilarpor and wlfo
to Village of Wallace, part of lots 1, 2,
3 and 4, block 1, Hnrpor's addition to
March 22 Oscar W. Plerson and
wifo to Paul Zimmerman ct nl Soc. 32,
T. 10, R. 28, and NA and SBVi Sec. G,
T. 15, R. 28, $24,000.
Wo have received and placed in our
showcases a largo shipment of silk
and cotton klmonaa. Theoo aro all
imported direct from Japan and rep
resent somo of tho highest art of tho
Japancso pcoplo. Thoy aro beautiful
in design, mado ot elegant matorial
and richly trimmed. Any lady would
ipprcclato ono for a prcsont Thoy
aro on display In our shop la tho lob
by of tho hotel. It is a plcasuro to
show anyono Interested, just what a
Ine lino w6 now havo.
HOTEL PALACE BAZAAR
QUESTIONS WHICH PROSPECTIVE
CITIZEN'S ASK ABOUT
-J t :o: :
The up-to-mc-mlnuto ladles aro
talking about our Cupid sport hats.
Havo you soon them? Block's Milli
K. C HALL-
Tuesday, March 29, 1921
Southern Rag-AJazz Band
oi Lincoln, Nebraska ,
THE MUSIC DANCERS RAVE ABOUT
Memorial Day is approaching. Nature as befits the
occasion will robe herself in beauty. Hence, wc turn, with
tender memories, to the task of beautifying the graves of
our loved ones.
We would be glad to assist you in the selection of a
suitable monument or gravestone. Wc can serve you best
if you call soon.
The many beautiful memorials that we have placed in
our home ccmetary and elsewhere testify to the beauty and
excellence of our work.
North Platte Monument Company.
110 West Front St.
North Platto, Nebr.
Mutual Building & Loan Association
of North Platte.
INCORPORATED IN 1887.
Investors in this association got tho bonefits of tho
following requirements of tho laws of Nebraska under
which It is operating:
First. Tho association is required to invest only lu
first mortgages on real estate or tbo stock of this associa
tion. Second. Such investments aro non-negotiablo 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. Tho association Is subject to tho supervision
of tho State Banking Board.
How woll tho interests of the investors in this as
sociation have been safeguarded is ovldenced by tho fact
that in tho more than thirty three years of its operation
not ono dollar has been lost.
T. C PATTERSON,
BESSIE F. SALISBD11Y,
The following questions classified
Under ten headings, have been prepar
ed by ProfeBsor Flint ot tho Depart
ment of Journalism of tho University
of Kansas. They arc those questions
which people ask about our town be
fore they dccldo to make it their town.
Wo can mark our town on a ono
hundred per cent basis by allowing
ench of tho ten questions 10 per cent
On this basis what rating would North
Platto recclvoy Wc will bo clad to
hear from our rondors as td the grade
givon by tnom.
Shnll I llko tho town Its "atmos-
phoro?" Does It have tho boauty of
shaded streets and other beautiful
foatures? Is it a quiet, roomy, airy,
woll lighted town? Doos it have at-1
t .1 1.. I . . 1 1 .1 1 . . .- I 1 . .. i . n . til
iriiuuvu uuiiuiiigH nun iiuiiiubv ih ii
well paved7 Is it cloan in every
Will my fnmlly and 1 havo a roason-
ablo chance to keop well In that towu?
How about its wntor supply? Its sani
tary system? Its method of milk In
spection? Its health department? Its
hospitals? Is It without any congested
Can I educate my family and mysolf
in that town? How about itn public
schools presont and future? lis Insti
tutions of higher education or of bus
iness training? Its libraries? Its
noWBpapors? Its postal faculties''
Shall I llko tlio pcoplo of tho town?
Aro thoy "homo folks" without falso
oxcluslvencss? Aro thoy neighborly
and frlondly? Is tho town free from
factionalism? Does It havo strong re
ligious, frntornal and socinl organizations?
Can I havo a good time in that town
I nnd my family? How many thea-
Itrcs. museums, gymnasiums, parks,
etc.? Aro there activo ngoncles for
providing good entertainments, ntji
lotlc contests, etc.? Aro inviting op
portunities for ipleasuro afforded by
woll paved streets?
Can wo live reasonably in that town
Aro tho best of modern conveniences
nvallablo for residents olectrlclty,
gaB, teloponcs, etc? Aro tho housing
and shopping conditions favorable?
Rents, taxes and prices fair? Hotels
good? Homo and truck gardens nnd
dairy products plentiful?
Can wo go and como easily? Doos
tho town havo adequate railroad con
nections and train sorvlco? Street car
Hues? Interurbnn lines? Well mark
ed automobilo routos arid hard sur
Can I mnko good use of capital in
that town? Aro there good banking
facilities? Manufacturing interests?
Up-to-dato Btores? Good shoppig fa
cilities? Favorablo labor conditions?
A prosoperous fanning territory? Fair
roal estate values? Reasonably cheap
power; Activo co-oporation among
business Intorcsts?? t
Can I get a Job In that town at fair
pay and with good prospects for tho
future? Can I count on co-operation
from organizations making It thefr
business to help introduce nnd cstab
Halt now commercial interests and to
wolcomo now citizens?
Shall I find that I am in a live town
having a progressive city government,
activo civic organizations, modorn firo
protection, and a pull-together spirit
In ovorything a town with a futuro?
W. Walker transacted business in
On April 11, 1921, at 7:30 P. M.,
thoro will bo a big meeting of all
Yeomen of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
at the K. C. Hall, In North Platto.
Thoro will bo a big initiation with
third degrco conferred. Hcrslioy nnd
Sutherland havo been Invited to bring
their candidates to bo initiated. Dele
gates to tho Stato Conclavo at Norfolk
from tho Western Part of tho Stato
and from points ns far cast as Grand
Island will bo hore. Evorybody turn
out and show tho visitors a good tlmo.
JUST TO REMIND YOU.
Spring, is only Just around tho cor
ner nnd a pair of Goodrich tires on
your bike will save you time, expense
and nunoyunco all summer. "A Smile
a mile" on Goodrich tiros.
JOHN II. NULL,
10G E. Front
I havo funds avallablo for a few
good farm loans on Improved farms.
' O. II. Thoolecko.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF
NEBRASKA. NORTH PLATTE
In tho matter of Rny C. Norris,
Caso No. 83, In Bankruptcy, Volun
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
Notico is hereby given that pursu
ant to an order of Court Issued out
ot tho offlco of tho referee In bank
niptcy, for tho district of Nebraska,
North Platto Divlson, tho trusteo will
sell at public auction, pleco by piece,
to tho highest bidder for cash, on tho
promises nt "Wellueet, Nebraska,
beginning on March 2Gth, 1921
at 2 P. M. and closing at G P. M.; and
continuing each day thereafter In tho
same manner, tho entire stock of
goods of Ray C. Norris, bankrupt, con
slsting of general merchandise, hard
ware and Implements.
Said sale will bo for cash "only, and
tho conllnuanco of said sale will bo
the discretion of tho Trustee.
Trusteo in Bankruptcy.
J. M. BARTON
Choice Pure Bred Stock for Sale.
FARM LOANS The Electric Rue and Carpet uioan-
Wo aro In tho market for Lincoln Ing Co. takos out nil tho dirt Phono
County Farm Loans. Loans closed 1039W or GG1W. .
promptly. No delays. -m- j
T. C. PATTERSON, IViei IK.
Room 2, D. & h. Building.
i ..General Hospital..
General Fnrm Sales A Specialty, also
U Ileal Estate, References nnd Dates
First National Ilnnk.
Res. 100 EnBl 3rd St.
One Hull' Block North Postofflce.
. . .. . .. i.t
a moacru luuiuuiion lor mo j:
scientific trontmont of medical,
Scott Reynolds, Marcli 29, 8 miles
southeast of North Platte.
C. R. Swanson, Marcli 30, 17 miles
northeast of North Platto on Bill
j-j surgical and confinement cases.
Completely 'oquipped XrRay
and diagnostic laboratories.
OTIS It PLATT, M. I)
Physician nnd Surgeon
Diagnosis and Treatment
Calls answered Day and Night.
Phono Houso 1044W Offlco 296
Over Union Stato Bank.
NOTICE OF PETITION
Estato No. 1809 of Alico R. Hoyso, de
ceased, in tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nobraska. To all por-
ti I enna tnf nrnafml In anfrl Hatnfn tnlra
....... .ww... .....Jr...,..,,., .'..'....'. nnfipn imf rinllHnn linn hnnn fllnil for
tho appointment of William Heyso as
Administrator ot said estate, which
has been set for hearing herein on
March 31st, 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Dated March 8th, 1921.
(Seal) "WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
Geo. B. Dent M. D. V. Lucas, M. D,
g J. B. Rcdfield. M. D. J. S. Simms,M.D. g
DR. ,T. B. arcKIRAHAN
Practlco Limited to Diseases o?
Women and Surgery
OVER REXALL DRUG STORE
Phones Offlco 113. Resldenco 2G5
Calls Promptly Answered Night or Day
Phones Office G42, Resldenco G76
Effective March 14th, 1921, all motor
vehicles must bo parked at curb.
Stop with right front wheel against
curb and within the lines.
Do not park In tho alleys.
Signal before backing out from park
Look for "No Parking" signs near
ccrncrs in business district
CROSSINGS AND TURNINGS
Obsorvo caution signs at schools
and dangerous crossings.
Havo car under control.
In turning corners to the Right, keep
In turning corners to Left, go a
round center of street, keop to the
right of center, of street and near curb
Givo right of way to vehicles ap
proaching crossing from your Right
Give right of way to fire and police
department vehicles and ambulance.
Keop to right ot traffic signals at
Don't stop on cross walk if you
are tfiat'far, keop going.
JOHN JONES, Chief of Police
I)E. HAROLD EEjVNER
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Notico is horcby given that tho
Board of County Commissioners of
Lincoln Coutity. Nebraska, will on
April ll'th, 1921, receive sealed bids for
tho caro of tho county poor for tho bal
anco of tho year 1921, as per specified
bidding forms on liio in the County
' All bids must bo filed with, the Coun
ty Clerk on or boforo 12 o'clock, noon,
of tho 11th day of April, 1921. and will
bo publicly opened in the office of tho
County Commissioners at 2 o'clock P.
of the samo day.
Dated at North Platte, Nebr., this
Office Phono 333 Ros. Phono 1020 ir,th la' of March. 1921.
A. S. ALLEN,
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF PER
BR. IV. I. SHAFER
Over the Oasis.
DRS. STATES & STATES
C. 7 Building &Lonn Building;
Offlco ,Phone 70;
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that on or
before S p. m. April 5th, 1921, tho May-
or and City Council will receive bids
for tho construction of lrainatrn west
North Pfatte. of North Platte. Said work will con
sist of sloping of the banks and clean
ing out of the Platte Valley Irrigation
Ditch from tho section line between
Soction 31 and 32, Township 14, Range
30, to a point ono thousand feet east
feald work will require approximately
1250 cubic yards excavation. Also
Res. Phone 1242 cleaning out of ditch leading Into the
I IrricnUnn flllp.li. nnnrnrtmntnlv ISR
cubic yards excavation. .
Bids will also be received for the
construction of a concrete drop in tho
Platto Valley ditch as per plans on file
In offlco or tho City Engineer. Esti
mated cost of grading 40c per yard.
By virtue of the authority in me
vested. I as administrator of the es
tato of E. R- Rayworth, deceased, will
sell at public auction to tho highest
bidder on March 28th, 1921, at tho lor
mer residence of tho said E. R. Ray-
worth, deceased, three and onclia.lt
miles northwest of Maywood tho fol
lowing described personal property,
1 mower, 1 binder, 1 disc, 1 harrrow
1 two-row cultivator, 1 single row cul
tivator. 1 walking row cultivator, 1
corn stalk drill, 1 mower and rake, 1
wagon and rack, 1 buggy, 1 gang plow
'1 sots of double hnrness, 1 single .har
i't cows, 3 six years old; G cows, 2
years, 15 yearlings, 2 calves, 1 bull
3 years old, 12 head horses, 9 sows,
I male, 35 shoats, 3 dozen chickens.
Office phono 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte. Nebraska Concrete drop $450.00
Knlglits of Columlnis BuIUfing.
JOHX S. SIMMS, M.. B.
Special Attontion Given to.
McDonald Bunk Building
Offfco Phone 83
All bids should bo filed with tho City
Clerk. O. E. ELDER.
I will sell at public auction at tho Old Mylander Ranch, 8 mllos south
oast of North Platto, on
Tuesday, March 29th, 1921
Commencing at One O'clock, tho following described property:
50 Head of Cattle
Consisting of 3 good milk cows, 15 head ot cows, 30 yearlings aiV1!
two year olds.
28 Head of Horses
Cousising ot 10 bond ot work horses and balance colts and uubroke
homes, 5 head of 3 yearold mules.
Farm Machinery, Etc.
Ford tractor with plows and disc, 2 McCormick corn blndors, Mc
Cormtclc grain binder, 1G-Inch Popok onsllago cuttor, 2 harrows, 3 two
row corn cultivator, 2 doublo row llstors, 2 walking plows, gang plow,
4 wagons, 2 hay Tacks, two-holo corn shelter, raanuro loador, coment
mixer, hog rack, whoel scrapora ono-row cultivators, dlso with truck,
two-horso engine, liny stacker, 3 hay bucks, 4 McCormick mowors, Al
falfa cultivator, snapped corn machine, grind stone, 4 gasollno barrols,
riding plow, 2 hay rakes,, 1 Loudon hay carrier with track, ono harpoon
fork, ono largo iron kottlo, somo household goods nnd many other ar
ticles. FRKK LUNCH AT NOON.
TERMS OF SALE All sums ot ?20 and uunder cash, on sums over $20,
8 months tlmo will bo given on bankablo paper bearing 10 per cent
IntoroiiM from dato of sale. 2 per cent discount for cash on sums over
SCOTT REYNOLDS, Owner
i:i KIKRIO, Auctioneer.
It C. LANG.F0RD, Clerk.
MRS. M. HENRY GILFOYL
Teacher of Voice Culture ami the
Art ot Singing
Residence Studio: 108 West 3riL City
Notice is hereby given that tho school
district board of School District No. 8
of Lincoln ounty.Nebraska.wlH receive
Residence 3S B?a.I.wl b,d.8 for tho erection ind com-
inutiuii in u prusseu oncK scnooi
building on the property of school
District No. 8 in accordance with the
plans and specifications now on file
in the office of Halligan, Beatty &
HalUganJ Mutual Bufldlnc & Loan
Association Building, North Platto,
Said bids must be presented at the
office of Halligan, Beatty & Halligan
on or before 1 o'clock p. m. on tho 14th
day of April. 1921, and said bids will
bo opened at 1 o'clock p. m. on tho 14tu
day or April, 1921, and no bids shall
bo considered unless accompanied by
a certified check in tho sum ot $300.00
GEO. M. DENT
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention GItcii to Surgery
Office BuildinK & Loan Bulldlnir
Phono: Offlco 130. Residence 115 nrndo payable to the treasurer of said
scnooi district No. S of Lincoln
n-l n l,..lt m...i. ti i iu uu luiicin-u iw
wi.w i iUl,u,.uiio muuiu "JB'euc Sn rl SP.linnl ii nfript
Phone 307 Twlncm Bldg
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In msn tlin hlililnr
refuses to enter Into oontrnrt If ihn
samo is awarded to him.
The school district bn.inl
the right to refuse any and all bids.
scnooi District Hoard of School Dis
trict No. s, or Lincoln County Nebraska.
J. S.TWINEM M.D.
Homeopathic Physician &
Cencrnl Practice and
Plnlto Valley Hospital
Former Nnmo Twlnom Hospital.
NORTH PLATTE, N KBR.
DERRYBERRY & FORRES,
Undertakers and Funcrnl Directors
Day Phono 11
Night Phono Black BSS
IV. T. PRITCHARD
Ex-Government Vetorinarian and ex-
assistant deputy Stato Veterinarian.
Hospital 315 South Vino Strcot. Hos
pital Phono G33, Houso Phono G33.
H ROBERT A. PHILLIPS 8
j;t Plumbing nnd Heating I't
i All work entrusted to mo will it
j- rocolvo my personal suporvi-
i.t slon. Resldenco and shop 1303 j't
H a 6th Strcot Tolophono 458J. U
Mjw , ... .,.
Notice is hereby given that the
school district board of School Dis
trict No. 8 of Lincoln County, Nebr
aska, will receive sealed bids for tho
Installation of a steam heating plant
in tho pressed brick school building
to be erected In said school district
No. 8 in accordance with the plans
and specifications now on file in tho
Offiofl of TTfilHtrnti nnntfv jP. TT..I1I,
Mutual Building & Loan Association
Building, North Platto, Nebraska.
Said lildn miut Kn nnuoni .1
w f.UdWU.UU in
wiu ouice oi iiauigan, Beatty
Halligan on or before 1 o'clock p. m.
on tho 14th day of April, 1921, and
said bids will bo opened at 1 o'clock
p. in. on the 14th day of April, 1921,
and no bids shall bo considered
unless accompanied by a certified
check in tho sum of $300.00 made
payable to tho treasurer of snlfl
School District No. 8 of Lincoln V
County, Nobraska, to be forefcited
to said school district In caso tho
bidder refuses to ontor into a con
tract If tho samo Is awarded him.
Tho school district board reserves
tho right to rofuso any, and all bids.
School District Board of School
District No. 8 of Lincoln County
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