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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1921)
NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
Style above comes in grey suede
brown suede and black suede
with full Louis covered heel;
straps fastened with small buckle.
Same style in black and brown
$T.OO and $7.50.
Off With The Old
On With The New
"On with the New" suggests seeing our full
line of decidedly new Spring styles.
Patent leather with charming gray suede quar
ters T All grey models with dainty, tasteful
perforations. Trim baby Louis heels, smart
tongue effects and the newest, most fashion
able shades of leather. Certainly no Easter
gown will fail of a "match" here.
And Fashion's edict has gone forth, "Shoes,
hat and gown to match."
Baby Louis9 Easter
If there's one fashion note that sounds' above another
"for Spring, it's Baby Louis Heels. '
Pictured here it shows how nicely it is adapted to street
wear and how becomingly it sets off a shoe
Comes in black kid, brown kid, strap that fasten ' with
PRICE $7.00 and $7.50.
C0MM1SSI0XKHS I'KOUKKIMXGS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL
g Dress Up Day'Jor little folks. Easter is the day the
littlejfolks look' forward to. How the little folks like
new shoes. f J We have them and prices with in reach
of all.KS ,
BUY BUCK'S SHOES
To whom aro you going to sell your
llay and Grain? The Harrington Mer
cantile Co. . will offer the highest
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
North Platto Floral Co. Flowers.
W. Twelfth Street Phono 1023. We
deliver, and ship anywhere.
We have some very choice, well located lots for sale
at attractive prices, also some very fine residence proper,- :
ties. These properties we offer at figures considerably
lower than the buildings alone can be erected for today.
We have many propositions to' offer those who wish to
make a profitable investment.
Come in and see us, or phone H5.
Last night irbout six o'clock, eleven
Prairie Chickens were counted cir
cling over the main part of town. They
passed west nbout over First street
when they crossed Dewey.
The elm nnd maple trees nro In
bloom and the bees aro busy. Several
of the early spring llowors such as
Iris, crocus and scilla aro In bloom.
The lawns are quite green and some
of the smaller shrubs aro quite green.
March 10 was tho date of the first
appearance of the Kllldeer in tho ter
ritory wo cover. It was about seven
o'clock at night when wo heard it
overhead as wo stood near tho post
offlco and the next morning there
were several In the fields near tho
Roberts Brothers Land Co.
SPECIAL SALE OF
32x3 '4 15.70
Wc 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
A Great Horned Owl was seen In
tho trees on West Third street Sun
day. This bird Is a permanent resi
dent hero but is rare. The eggs aro
laid this month and usually the young
birds aro hatched by tho first of April
or a little later. Great Horned OnvIb
aro not harmful and should not bo
shot Wo do not have any records of
their noBtlg near here
R. B. Robinson, of Omaha, englnw-r
maintenance of Way of tho Union Pa
cific, arrived hero from tho cast, Mon'
day afternoon on an inspection trip.
Mr. Robinson has a motor car built
on tho stylo of an automobllo in which
ho can travel with rhoro comfort to
mako his Inspection trips than on an
ordinary motor car.
A largo number of car loads of
sheep have been going through hero
for tho eastern markets during tho
past week or so.
A reduction In freight rates on lum
ber from tho north-west to Nebraska
Is announced as effectlvo March 31.
This reduction Is from CO to 73 cents
a hundred feet. Tho Omaha Chamber
of Commerco claims the credit of se
curing tho order.
DAIRY COWS FOR SALE
Two good grado Ilolstoln cows for
sale. Tho one freshened in December
and is now giving C gallons por day;
tho other freshened in Fobruary nnd Is
now giving 5 gallons per day. They
aro 7 years old. ThcBo aro real milk
cows. Prlco $125.00 each.
atns. f. n. orNx.
Excluslvo Agent for
N U DONE C O R S E T .
Appointments Attended to Promptly
Rcsldenco 315 W. Seventh.
Tho Uoard of County Commissioners
of Lincoln Co. met In regular session
at tho Court House on Monday, Mnrch
21, with Commissioners Sprlngor, Co
hagan and Coker and Clork Allen
Tho following bills woro approved
"Win. A. Hoy, road dlst. 37, $8.00.
Fred McCalg, gravel, $208.50.
Pavld Lanham, road (list. 21, $13.80.
Art Ilaywort, road dlst 21, $4.80.
W. It Gerkln, road dlst 21, $18.C0.
Lincoln Co. Farm Bureau, $150.
A. Marbell, road dlst. 8 and 9, $3.50.
Paul G. Myers, services, $27.05.
Harvey Feathers, bridge work, $7.50.
Herbert Hostotter, bdg. wk., $25.50.
E. C. Hostotter, brldgo work, $23.30.
Thos. Hny worth, road wk., 75c.
C C. Long, drag, $24-,
Harry Huckfeldt, road work, $C4.
Jesse Long, drag, $9.
Sundry persons, road dlst 1C, $G1.20
John E. Schram, road dlst 55, $174.50
J- W. Roso, drag, $18.
'F. A. Zlmmor, road dlst, 49, $19.35.
II. 0. Hlxon, road dlst. 2. $0.
Carl Fletcher, drag, $10.20.
D. C. Cantroll, drag, $4.20.
Clinton Cantroll, drag, $24.00.
u. u. unino, drap, $29. 10.
D. W. Waldo, drng, $10.30.
Arthur Ilurko. drag. $2.40.
Roy Magoo, drag, $2.40.
Ed. WllllnniR. drrnr. J9.40.
Norman Guthorloss, drag, $2.40.
It L. Rhino, road dlst 3, $3.60.
Clinton Cantrell, road dlst 3. $3.C0.
Ralph Guthorloss, road dlst 3, $C.
Leo Shophard, road dlst. 3, $C.
E. C. Roso, road dlst 3, $27.
Ed Williams, road dlst 3, $19.80.
J. II. Tollllon, drag, $12.
R. L. Rhino, road dlst 3, 19.80.
Ilond of Seth Holburg as road over
seer of Dlst 35 was approved.
C. H. Watts appointed to fill vacancy
in road dlst 50.
Final action on Road No. 195 was
Resignation of J. II. Tollllon as road
overseer for road dlst 4, was accoptcd.
Adjourned until March 23.
On March 23, tho Hoard Bpont tho
day In chocking up books of tho Coun
ty Judgo and found a balance of
$1277,27 which had been turned over
to tho County Treasurer.
Bond of C. II. Watts as ovorscor In
Road dlst 50 was approved.
Bond of Thos. Doollttlo as assessor
In Osgood Precinct was approved.
Board of W. S. Parsons as nssossor
In Gnslln Precinct was approved.
The Board adjourticd to Mar. 23.
Figures complied from tho reports
of Uio automobllo registration In tho
different states for 1920 .show that
Iowa stands first In having ono auto
for each 5.4 population. California is
second with ono for each 5.7 popula
tion nnd Nebraska third with ono for
ench 5.9 population. Mlsslsslpl at tho
bottom has ono car for each 35 por
sons In tho state. Tho Avorago for
tho wholo United Statos Is 11.8.
Tho, Lincoln County Eighth Grade
examination will bo given April 7th
and 8th, and May 5th and 6th. Teach
ers must notify mo boforo March 23d
the. number of pupils thoy havo In
tholr school who wish to tnko thoso
AILEEN G. COCHRAN,
BABY CHICKS AND HATCHING
White Leghorn, Slnglo-comb Rhode
Island Reds, Barred Rocks and Whlto
Wyandottcs. Hatching oggs $1.50 for
15; $8 for 100. Baby chicks $20, $22.50
and $27.50 for 100 chicks.
Joo Plior will spend spring vacation
with his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Julius
Do you know Cupid .sport IhUb? See
them nt Block's Millinery Dcpt
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Baker returned
from Iowa Weduosday whoro thoy
had been visiting rolatlvcs.
Wo havo a spring hat for ovory lady
In Lincoln County. Block's Millinery
Scholtz orchestra of Denver will
furnish tho music for tho dauco In tho
K. C. hall this evening.
Wo clean any rug clcanablc. Eloc
trlo Rug nnd Carpet Co. Phones 1039W
Konoth Wholan, son of T. C.
Whelan, who attends Notro Dame, will
spond his spring vacation nt Bedford,
Miss Hazel Barbor Is expected homo
this evening to spend spring vacation
With her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank
Raymond Ogler and Charles Hlrsofe
aro oxpeoted homo this evening trim
(Lincoln whoro they attend the state
Townsomt Dont. who attends th
stnto university, will spond sprlag
vacation with his parents Dr and Mrs.
Geo. B. Dent.
Miss Elsie Wnltcmath and Miss
Holou Smith will arrive homo this
evening to spend spring vacation wltk
Donald Now ton. Lesllo Bare antl
Ioron Huntings nro expected tomor-i
row from Lincoln whoro thoy nttcad
tho stnto university to visit tho horto
SPECIAL PIANO BARGAIN
Wo havo a high grado piano stored
In North Platto which must bo sold.
Will greatly sacrifice prlco for quick
snlo to save expense. Torms given
responsible person. Go oxamlno It
Writo us offer. All Information giro
by writing Tho Dbnvor Music Com
pany. Denver, Colorado.
More Money for Crops
There are a lot oF plans being promoted right
and left that aim to give the farmer more
money to grow and market his crops. Many
of them are impracticable; but there's good,
sound reasoning in next week's issue of
James H. Collins reports a long interview with
Bernard M. Baruch, whose suggestions on
marketing farm crops have been so widely
quoted during the past few weeks. His recom
mendations are explicit, concrete, workable.
Mr. Baruch's plan aims to place
the fanner on a footing of equal
opportunity with the buyer In
the marketing of his crops.
The Country gentleman
has for years been fighting
toward this end. It lifts advo
cated easier and more liberal
farm credit, it lias helped in the
organization of cooperatives of
every sort, it has directed wide
attention toward the speculat
ing nnd profiteering that rob
the farmer and consumer ulllcc.
You have no stnuncher ally
than this great weekly of farm
service. And a whole year of
its guidance and help 52 big
iitues will cost you but
$1.00. And you can't Invest a
dollar tq better advantage.
Your check is good I
It Will Earn Many Times Its Cost
ALLEN F. ROBB,
Phone 543J. 216 W. Third St. North Platte.
An autliorlied lubserlptlon rrprmntatlve nt
The Country Genlltmin Tb Ladiei' Home Journal Tl Saturday Etening Poit
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If yon ham petty tin.
Why Telephone Numbers
on Party Lines Are Changed
Oftc we can give a person who movos, tho same
t telephone number at hiB new location, but if he
. moves to a different part of town or he has a party
lino, we cannot always do this.
Party-lino telephone numbers are sometimes
changed at times other than when the subscriber
moves. The reason is that a demand for additional
wires in some localities occasionally forces us to
place on the samo circuit those party-line subscribers
who live close together.
We realize changing telephone numbers is an
annoyance to our subscribers, and it is an expense
to us, it is only done when necessary.
Northwestern Bell telephone company
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