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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
OF! INTEREST. TO
FARM JlUItKAU NEWS HHIWCK
StTPLIKS ITKMS FOR THM
Attendance at tho University hns
exceeded that of last year by more
than four Hundred during tho first
week of registration. Studonts are
still coming In largo numbors.
In numbor of hoad of live Block
Involved Nebraska stands first, with
17,802 head of stock and 95,972
hoad of poultry. Full Information
regarding; this movement may bo had
from your County Extension Agent
or from tho College of Agriculture
lit tho Agrlculturo Collogo regis
tration was somewhat larger than
for tho same porlod last yoar, which
would Indicate that attondanco will
exceed last year In all departments
of tho college. Tho Increased atten
dance of women was ospoclally
notlcoable, altho tho men In agrl
culturo still out numbor tho womon
In Homo Economics.
In providing winter sholter for the
It has been shown Unit a Jag
ged tooth or root or cavity of
decay has boon the exciting and
Rule causo of cancer of tho
mouth. Such was tho caso with
(icnrrul U. S. Grant, who died in
lerrlblo agony from auicor
of the tonguo
caused by rubbing It against n
decayed and brokon tooth.
Thoso aro facts which It Is woll
for peoplo with decayed teeth to
think about. A llttlo oxponBO
from tlmo to time will koop your
teeth In a healthy condition.
DR. F. W. MILLLER
Koitl Theatre Building.
No chargo for complete exami
nations and cost estimates.
Is your nnmo on the roll of Quaker Furnaces in
the car jiiBt ordered by Win. Waldorf? Tf not get in
on the second car. Do you know that a Quaker J
mice will. heat your home with less fuel and no smoke
and gu3 in your room? Do you know it will take 2500
degrees of heat U melt steel and cast iron will melt
1 -can refer you to Quaker Furnaces that hav
been in actual use in Nebaska for 27 years and still
in service. Get the best for the benefit of yourself
and children and save doctor bills. Como and see
W. W. WALDORF
2 doors North of Postoffice,
The Fidelity Reserve Company
Home Office: NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
318 LOCUST STREET
Insures all clussos of selected lives, issuing pollclos on the ordinary
limited payment and endowment plan, wIUi doublo lndomnlty; It also
insures against sickness, nccldont and total nnd pormnnont disa
bility. Policies of this Company aro made secure by legal rosorvos
maintained on tho highest standard, with additional contingent re
serves providing protection against all omorgoncles.
Information and ndvico on any matter rolatlvo to Llfo Insur
ance is avnllablo at any tlmo through tho agents or Homo Oftlco of
sheep, secure well-vonlllatod quart
ers free from dampnooss. Until
lambing time n shod open on tho
south will bo sufficient. If tho wea
ther Is at all cold at lambing time
a good warm barn Is a necessity. It
lb a good practice when tho weather
is warm to let the sheep run In the
stalks after thu corn Is shucked,
also feeding them a limited quantity
ol corn silage or alfalfa. Sheep do
well if fed some succulent feed In
their ration, such Us pumpkins, sll
ago or roots. A week or two after
lambing Is soon enough to food
Tho College of Agriculture, In co
operation with the U. H, Department
of Agrlculturco, Bureau of Animal
Industry, Is conducting a campaign
for tho Improvement of herds nnd
flocks, Wlion a stockman joins In
this campaign ho agrees to use only !
pure bred sires with all his breeding
stock bo long as ho Is In tho business
iMODrasicn now mis atu iarmers who
havo o ngrcood, and their pledge
has been recorded iii Washington.
Nebraska stands second In tho
Unltod StalcB In tho numbor of farm
era Joining this movomont.
Thorugh tho offorts of tho Nebras
ka Farm Bureau Federation tho BUr
llnglon railroad has consented to
use Its spur tracks and cars In tho
sugar boot country In Scotts Bluffs
and Morrill counties for tho hauling
of all kinds of farm produce, These
spur tracks wcro constructed espec
ially for tho hauling of boots and no
schedulo ever prepared for hand
ling grain or livestock. It was
necessary to not only secure tho co
operation of tho Burlington railroad
but also secure permission from tho
intcr-stato commerce commission In
ordor to publish rates for spur track
freight traffic and for tho handling
of tho products.
j II. 1). Lute, secretary of the Nob
. raska Farm Bureau Federation, has
been asked to attend a conference In
Chicago on September 28, at which
j time farm bureau heads will meet
I with Eugono Moyor, Jr., chairman of
j tho war finance corporation. In
I calling tho meeting Pres. Howard
of tho Amorlcan Farm Bureau Fed
eration announces that It Is for the
'purpose Of helping to secure a Close
J co-operation between officials of tho '
I unanco corporation aim uio iarmers
, gonornlly, and to onablo farmors to j
recolvo tho very fullest bonoflt of
the credit to bo extended to thorn.
North Patte, Nobr,
A QUIET PLACE
to bring your friends to dlno. A
place whoro tho groatost caro is ox
excised In tho solocMon of tho food
matorluls. A placo whero tho cuisine
Is exquisite, whoro tho china nnd cut
lory Is tnBtoful, and tho surroundings
pleasant. This Is such a place. Como
nnd onjoy It
HOTEL PALACE AND CAFE.
The Joint congressional committee
Inquiring Into tho present agricul
tural conditions, has asked tho Amcr
lean Farm IJuroau Federation to
furnish further data for Us consid
eration. In order to get this Infor
mation, bl auk forms have boon pre
pared and sent to each county farm
bureau throughout the United
States, which when filled out will
show tho prices farmers havo paid
for necessities during the period
from 1913 to 1921, and also what
the farmer has received for his var
ious products. A long schedule has
been prepareed providing blank
spneo for reporting on each of sev
eral hundred items, and when finally
compiled covering the entire nation,
will present a formidable exhibit of
tho economic situation of tho farm
er In a comparative way covering
,,aiB wh,ch wofo undop Qr
U0 nIzat0II of tho Nobraakn
pannora. Flnance corporation will
bo temporarily delayed, according to
Secrotary II. D. Lute of tho Nebras
ka Farm Bureau Federation, duo to
the apparent Intention of tho resur
rected war finance corporation to
oxtond loans to farmers covering six
months to three years porlod. Tho
purpose of tho proposed Nebraska
corporation was to onablo farmers
to borrow money for tho production
distribution porlod. This, according
to members of tho Nebraska war fin
ance committee, will bo taken care
of by tho federal corporation. This
does not mean tho abandonment of
11 Nebraska Farmers' Finance Corpor
atlon, but tho relief offered through
the federal ngency will . pormlt a
more deliberate organization of tho
slate organization and a more care
ful working out of tho details.
i Money will bo available through the
war finance corporation to farmors
having grain, live stock, warehouse
receipts or other collateral, upon
application made through any local
bank, and approved by tho committee
of live bankers having supervision
in thiB stato. Tho money will cost
tho farmer from nine to -nine and
one-half percent. Tho war flnanco
act provides n rato of Interest not
over ono and one-half percent over
tho federal reserve rato which is six
percent. Tho local banker will bo
allowed approximately two percent.
Hmv ninnv fnrinnr toll tli nirn of
tho hen by the roughness of tllp,
ieKs? ln ovory community someone
lB confident that as a hen ages her
legs become rough. That is a mis-
. take. Hough logs are caused by a
very Bmall mite, not tho common red
I mite, which attacks tho shank and
J toes beneath tho scales, irritation
; causes a sorum to flow from tho ln
fosted areas and as It solidities the
j scales are pushed out. At first scaly
logs do not seem to inconvenience
the fowl but as It becomes moro
seriously Infested It usually becomes
, lumo and sometimes drops a too. In
fection comes from dirty hen houses
and contaminated grounds.
Heally thero is little excuse for
the continued presence of scaly legs
In the Hock, since any of thp several
treatments aro effective. Tho treat
ment most universally usod Is to
Immerse the logs In korosone. How
ever if this oil gets Into tho feathers
of tho bird, blistering occurs nnd
death has been known to follow.
Tho noxt treatment, which is less
drastic, consists of using three parts
of crude or tractor oil with ono part
kerosene. Leave tho legs Immersed
for ten seconds. Usually anothor
treatment should follow about two
weoks after tho first. If tho logs
aro badly scaled, It Is necessary to
soak tho legs for sovoral minutes in
warm soap suds and tho worst scabs
romoved, thon treat as above.
Fancy Bhow birds aro usually
treatod with an ointment of ono part
oil of caraway nnd four parts or
whlto vasollno rubbed uudor tho
KEEP a Corona in tho
drawer of your dosk!
-When you want to writo
a confidential letter, or
dash off a memo you
can writo It with Corona
quicker, easier, more legi
bly than by hand.
Call at tho nearest Corona
store or we will dein.
Foldi aud fits
in a neat carry
the Penoml Whunff Machmt
scales for three treatments about
two days apart.
Further Information can bo had
by writing to tho Collogo of Agri
culture, Lincoln, Nebraska.
IS YOUR MONEY SAFELY
First mortgage loans for years
past havo proved to bo about the
safest Investment one could possess,
nnd during tho present financial
conditions this fact Is again ovldcnt.
Tho reason Tor this Is duo to tho
fact that loan companies making
and disposing of first mortgages,
loan a very small per cent of the
value of tho property, usually one
fourth to one-half of a conservative
valuo, and thoro must bo nn extrem
ely largo shrlnkago in tho valuo of
tho proporty before the mortgago is
Mauy stocks in good companies
and various securities aro soiling
today at a greatly reduced price,
whllo n good first mortgage secured
by real estate has not depreciated.
Wo can offer such securities for
money invested with us to realize
you C to 7 per cent Interest.
Mortgages can bo purchased on
small payments and your money Is
earning a good rate of Interest as
soon as left with us.
Call and let us explain.
GOODMAN-BUCKLEY TRUST CO.
111 East Front Street.
You'll want to "get cleaned up''
havo the dust and dirt taken
out of your rugs. Of cour?e
you'll want It done the best
way. That's why wo're telling
you about tho
ELECTRIC RUG &
CARPET CLEANING CO.
914 East Third street. Low
Prices, Good Work, Quick Ser
vice. Free Collection and Do
livery. PHONE 1039W '
Cencrnl Farm Sales A Specialty, ale
Ileal Estate. Inferences nnd Datr
first National Hank.
North Platto, Nebraska.
David Cole Creamery Co.
Pays Highest Price
310 EAST FRONT ST.
Tires, Tubes and Ac
cessories. FERD STRE1TZ
Corner 5th and Locust
The Farmer's Auctioneer
H. M. Johansen,
North Platte, Nebraska.
For thoso who do not havo enough
stock or machinery for a general
farm salo, I am located so I can hold
a combination salo at North Platte
or at tho Falrviow dairy 1 miles
west of town. I have always got
onough stock or machinory listed with
mo so wo can hold a combination salo
OTIS IL PLATT, M. D
Physician nnd Surgeon
Diagnosis and Treatment
Calls answered Day and Night.
Ovor Union Stato Bank.
Oftlco Phono 296 Houso Phono 123CJ
Office 340 Honsel26'
DR. W. I. SHAFFER
Ovor tho Oasis. North PlatU,
Office phone 241. Ros. phone 217
L. C. DliOST,
North Platte, Nobraak
Knights of Columbus Building.
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D.
Special Attention Given to
McDonald Rank Building
Office Phone 83 Residence 31
DR. HAROLD FENNER
Office Phone 333 Res. Phone 1021
Calls Promptly Answered Night or Da
Phonos Office 042, Residence 676
DERRYBERRY St FORBES,
Undertakers nnd Funeral Director
Dny Phone 41
Nhrlit Phone liluck 5S8
IV. T. PRITCIIARD
Ex-Government Veterinarian and ox
assistant deputy State Veterinarian
Hospital 315 South Vino Street. Hoe
pltal Phono 633, House Phono 633.
DRS. STATES & STATES
H, 6. 7 Building & Loan Building.
Office Phono 70. Res. Phone 1242
DR. J. R. McKIRAHAN
Prnctlco Limited to Diseases of
Women nnd Surgery
OVER REXALL DRUG STORE
Phones Office 113. Residence 640J
Expert Piano Tuner and Repairer.
Leave orders at 914 W. 4th St.
Or Phono 334.
GEO. B. DENT
Physician and Snrgeon
Special Attention Given to Snrgery
Office Building & Loan Building
Phone: Office 130. Residence lit
J. S. TWINEM M.D.
Homeopathic Pliyslclnn &
OenernI Practice and
if Construction Surgery
H Ilospltal Accommodation
it Platte Valley Ilospltal 8
Former Name Twlnem Hospital. j
NORTH PLATTE, NEBH,
NOTICE OF PETITION
Estate No.1845 of Sebastian Schwalg
er, deceased, In the County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska. To all per
sons Interested In said estate tako no
tice that a petition has been filed for
the probate of an Instrument purport
ing to be tho last will and testament of
said deceased and for tho appointment
of Carrie Schwaiger as Executrix ot
said estate, which has boon set for
hearing herein on October 18, 1921
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Dated Sept. 22, 1921.
WM. H. C. WOODHURST.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Signed and sealed bids and propos
als on tho Now Lincoln County Court
House, North Platte, Nobroska, will
bo received and filed In tho offlco of
A. S. Allen, County Clork, North
Platte, Nebraska, up, until 12 o'clock
noon (Central Time) on Monday, Oc
tober 10, 1921, for tho oroctlon of a
Court Houso Building for Lincoln
County, Nebraska, to bo erect cm! at
North Platto, Nohraska, in accordance
with tho Plans and Specifications pro
pared by Georgo A. Bcrllnghof, Arch
itect, Orphoum Theatro Building, Lin
Bids and proposals will be received
1. Gonoral Contract.
2. Heating and Plumbing.
3. Electric Wiring.
Plans nnd specifications may bo
seen at tho nfrico of thn County Clerk
North Platto, Nebraska, at tho offlco
of tho Architect, Orphoum Theatre
Building, Llucoln, Nobraska, also ai
thn nfr nf thn following Bulldors,'
Exchanges: Omaha, Nobr., St Josoph,
Mo., Kansas City, Mo.
Contractors desiring pines ami
specifications for tholr individual or
private uso may obtain samo from the
Architect by making a doposlt o
$100.00 of which ?90.00 will bo re
turned when plans arid specifications
ore returned to Archltoct in good con
dition, and bona-fldo proposal or bid
filed with the County Clerk on tho day
Each bid or proposal, In order to bo
considered, must bo accompanied by
either a certified check or n BIddor's
bond In the amount of five per cent
(5) of bid nnd made payable to S.
M. Soudor, County Treasurer.
The Board of County Commissioners
for Lincoln County, Nebraska, reserves
tho right to roject any and all bids
and waive defects In same.
By ordor ot the Board of County
Commissioners for Lincoln County,
Nebraska, dated this 6th day of Sept.
E. .11. SPRINGER,
T. M. COIIAGEN,
GEORGE A. BERLINGHOF,
A. S. ALLEN,
County Clork. (SEAL)
(Hoagland & Carr, Attorneys.)
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT
Estnte No. 1813 of John II. Singleton,
deceased, in the County Court ot
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, to all per
sona Interested In said estate tako no
tice that the Executrix has filed a
final account nnd report of her ad
ministration and a petition for llnal
settlement and discharge as such,
which have been sot for hearing be-
fore said court on Oct. 4, 1J21, nt 10
o'clock a, m.. when you may appear
and contest the same. ,
Dated Sept. 8, 1921.
"WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
(SEAL) County Judge.
EXTENSION ROAD NO. 361.
To Whom it May Concern:
The commissioner appointed to view
and locate a road commencing nt the
Northwest corner of Section 12, town
ship 11 north, range 34, west of the
6th P. M. n Lincoln County, Nebraska,
running thence south on section lino
between sections 11 and 12, 13 and 14,
23 and 24, 25 and 2G, and 35 and 36
said township and range, and termin
ating at tho Southwest corner of said
section 36 has reported In favor ot
the establishment thereof, and all
claims for damages, must be filed In
the County Clerk's office on or beforo
noon of tho 21st day of November,
isizi, or such road win ue estabiisheu
without reference thereto.
Dated at North Platte, Nebraska,
this 9th day of Settember, 1921.
A. S. ALLEN,
(John Grant, Attorney.)
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
In tho District Court of Lincoln
In tho matter of tho application ot
Charles W. Trembly, Administrator
of tho estate of Georgo W. Trembly,
deceased, for leave to sell roal es
tate. Notlco Is hereby given, that in pur
suance of an order made by J. L.
Towoll judgo of tho District Court
of Lincan County, Nebraska, made on
the 8th day of July 1921, for tho sale
of real estate hereinafter described,
I will sell at the east front door ot
the Court Houbo in tho city of North
Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, on
tho 15th day of October 1921, bogin
Ing at ono o'clock in tho afternoon,
tho South East quarter, South West
quarter and tho North West quarter
o Section fourteen, also the South
East quarter of Section twelve, all
In Township fifteen North Rango
twenty eight west of the 6th Principal
Meridian In Lincoln County, Nobraska
to tho highest bidder for cash, said
salo will bo called at ono o'clock p.
M. and will bo open for ono hour
CHARLES W. TREMBLY,
Administrator of tho Estate of
Georgo W. Trembly, Docoasod.
EXTENSION ROAD NO .11.
To Whom it May Concern:
Tho Board of County Commission
ers for Lincoln County, Nobraska,
have made tho following resolution:
Tho Board of County Commlsslonorj
for Lincoln County, Nebraska, bolng
of tho opinion that tho public good re.
quires it, horeby declare the soction
lino running north between tho NW4
of Sec. 4 nnd tho NE4 Sec. 6 In T. 14,
R. 30 and beoweon Sections 32 and 33,
29 and 28, 20 nnd 21, 17 and 16, 8 and
9, and 4 and 5, T. 15, R. 30, all west
of tho 6th P. M. to bo opened to the
public, and tho County Clerk is horeby
directed to ndvortiso for claims for
damages and to havo samo appraised,
and the County Surveyor Is hereby
diroctod to survoy same. All claims
for damages or objections thereto by
rouson of opening said above men
tioned soction lines must bo filed in
tho offlco of thQ County Clerk on or
beforo 12 o'clock noon on the 2VBt
day of Novombor, 1921, or said road
will bo ostabllsbed wlUiout referenuo
Dated at North Platte, Nobraska,
this 9th day of Soptembor, 1921.
A. S. ALLEN,
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