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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
DR. 0. II. CRES8LER
Offlco pvor tho McDonald
) Stato Dank.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Tho Eyo-Qlnss men, Clinton & Son.
Dixon Optical Co. tests eyes.
Mrs. Kay Dalno of Stapleton was a
business visitor Saturday.
W. F. Lano of Stapleton was a busl
noss visitor Saturday.
Guy Cady of Ilorshey transacted
business. In tho city last wcok.
JTnko that next can of cream to
Harding Cream Station.
Milton Rannlo of Wallace transact
ed business In tho city yesterday.
Mls8vlluth Hubbard Is spending tho,
week In Ogalalla with friends.
Mrs. Mlnnlo Mooro has resigned her
position at tho Leader.
Frank O'Donncll of Sutherland was
a business visitor In the city Wednes
day. Piano tuning, Holloy Music House.
Mastor Owen Mullhono of Valloy.
Nobr. Is visiting at tho A. 0. Talbot
Dean Logan left yesterday for Chap
poll whero ho will transact business
for sovoral days.
Miss Elsie Langford of Chicago will
arrlvo In a few days to visit relatives.
Dr. C. A. Sclby returned yesterday
from Scottshluff whore ho transacted
W.UIub Hlggloy hus resigned his
position wftli Iho Johnson Depart
Mrs Wm. Stuart loft Monday morn
ing for Denver to visit her son Harris
Mrs. Robert Qucalo and children
left Thursday for a two weekB visit In
Mrs. H. W. Baker left Wednesday
for Grand Island to visit friends for
Dixon Optical Co. Glasses fitted.
Mrs. Gcorgo Andorson spent last
wcok In Cozad visiting at tho Oscnr
William Wclbolt of Gothenburg was
a business visitor In tho city tho
first of tho weok.
Mrs. A. C. Combs loft Wednesday
for Salt Lake City to visit friends for
J. E. Hlggloy and son Wlllus will
loavo Monday for a months vacation
In tho mountains.
Miss Irma Bradloy has resumed her
duties at tho Tramp store after a
Lawronco Memott of Rushvlllo,
Nebraska spent tho wcok end In the
city visiting Harold Wlcso.
Mr. and Mrs. Glpnn Rltner spent last J Miss Mary Duffy of Ogalalla was a
weok In Horshoy visiting relatives.
L. C. Tlllby left yesterday for Osh-
buslness visitor In tho city Thursday.
kosh to trammct business for several' 0RDiNANCE PROVIDING, FOR
dayfl' I THE PAVING OF CERTAIN STREETS
Mrs. W. O. Andors6n of Woodrlver, IN THE CITY OF NORTH PLATTE
Is visiting her slstor Mrs. Alice For- NEBRASKA AND FOR THE CREAT
goson. J ION OF PAVING DISTRICT NO. 17
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Johnson spent OF SAID CITY.
Sunday In Gothenburg visiting rel
North riatto. Lincoln County, Nebr
aska, thoro to terminate, exclusive
sections of Poplar and 3rd, 4th and
nnd 5th strectB respectively.
Section 2. That all of tho streets
described In Section 1 of this ordin
ance Bhall be and constitute Paving
District No. 17 of tho city of North
Plntte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, and
said Paving District of said city Is
hereby created. . .
Section 3. Tills ordinance snail bo
in forco nnd take olfccLfrom and after
its passage, approval nn'd publlcatlpn
according to law. -
Passed and approved this 21st day
of July, 1922. . .
E. II. EVANS .
Attest: 0. E. ELDER Mayor
City Clerk. (SEAL.)
NOTICE OF PAVJNG ASSESSMENT
Bo It ordained by the Mayor and
City Council of tho city of North
I Section 1. That the following streets
I Including tho Intersections fthereof,
Notice Is hereby given that tho wthn tho dty Qf North plaUo L,n.
,Mayor and City Council of the city coJn Counly( Nebra8kl bo pavc(1 to.
of North Plntte, Nebraska, will on ... ... , nortlon of trct
tho 15th day bf August, 1922, between j commenclng at tho WC8t 1Ino of the
tho hours of 8 and 9 o'clock p. m. , 1ntcrgcctlon of 8(lld B,xth street with
of said day and so much longer as Bryftn AvoniUJ( ln sald aty of North
may do necessary 10 transact. Baiu uui-
Platte, Nebraska, running thence n-
ness, sit ns a board of Equalization ,Qng Bftl(, sbah slrcet lQ th'e cast llnc
for tho purpose of equalizing and as
acsslng ngalnst abutting nnd adjacent
property owners, tho cost of paving
In Paving Districts No. 3 and G as
tho same aro now organized. And all
porsons Interested aro hereby noti
fied to appear and show cnuse, If any
why Bald equalization and assess
ment should not bo made, on or be
fore tho ICth day of AugUBt, 1922 at
eight o'clock p. m.
Witnoss my hand and tho seal ot
said city this 24th day of July. 1922.
0. E. ELDER
(SEAL) City Clork
of the intersection of Bald Sixth Street
nnd Pino Streets ln said city of North
Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska; and
commencing nt tho north lino of the
Intersection of Third Street and Pop
lar Avenue to tho south lino of tho
Intersection of said Poplar Avenuo
and Seventh streets of said city of
1)11. HAROLD H. WALKER
il'rnctlcc limited to Eyp, Ear, Nose and
Offices over McDonald Tlnnk
ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES
as mado by tho city council 6f North Plntte, Nebraska for tho ensuing fis
cal years 1923.
?100,000.00 Wator bond and Interest . $7,000.00
22,000.00 Sower bond and Interest 1,800.00
12,000.00 Brldgo bonds 000.00
10,000.00 Bridge bonds GOO.OO
22,000.00 Firo Station bonds J. 1,200.00
12.000.00 Park bonds . 000.00
16,000.00 Paving bonds , 800.00
no.OOO.OO Wator works extension bonds 3,000.00
100,000.00 Wator works Improvement bonds K 6,000.00
65,000.00 Sowor extension bonds - . ; 3,900.00
110,000.00 Intersection paving bonds 1. ' 6.G00.00
$519,000.00 " 5 s
Firo Department j ,..
n "M. V " " - - -
Firo Department mnlntonnnco 000.00
j O. E. ELDER
The Mutual Building & Loan Association
has plenty of Money to Loan on Improved
North Platte Real Estate.
We make loans:
To finance New Buildings,
To Assist in the Purchase of Improved Property,
To Pay Off Mortgages & Liens on Improved Real
The compulsory payments on our loans are $5.00 per
month on each $1,000.00 and interest $6.00 per month.
Borrowers participate in the earnings of the Asso
ciation and the stock dividends pay off $360.00 of each
$1,000 loan. Bccter for the borrower than a straight five
per cent loan.
T. C. PATTERSON,
BESSIE F. SALISBURY
Home-canned fruits and vegetables
will taste better next winter!
Jht easv Lorain way
Clean, scald 5 min
utes. Cold-dip. Re
move skins. Pack
whole, sliced or culxtl.
Fill jar vitli boiling
wcter, adding 1 tea
spoon suit for qusrt
Jar. Put scalded rub
bers in place, lids
loose. Set Lorain reg
ulator at 250 degrees
for 1H hours, un
watched. Remove and
seal when clock rings.
THE famous Lorain
Oven Heat Regula
tor has changed home
canning methods made
it easy and always suc
cessful. Read the recipe.
Isn't that an improve
ment over the old way?
No more standing over
steaming kettles on a scorching
stove, while the kitchen heat
rises far above the tempera
tures of a July day. Lorain
canning means resting on your
cool veranda while Lorain
watches the job.
The results are far more
delicious than you get by the
old-fashioned way of canning
on the top burners. Thousands
of women use the Lorain way
and praise it enthusiastically.
May we show you the Lo-rain-equipped
gas ranges on
our floor, and let you see and
taste samples of Lorain oven
canning? There is a free book
let of recipes and suggestions
which is yours for the asking.
Get it nowl
ovi:n het keoulator
the Lorain Oven Heat Regulator
is an attachment of gas range ov ens.
It automatically keeps your oven at
any one of 44 different temi itures.
Simply set the "red wheel" for any
heat you want. Changes in gas
pressure, etc., do not affect the oven
Lorain is recommended by leading
domestic, science experts. Lornin
equipped ranges are used in over 300
leading colleges and schools, and in
thousands upon thousands of homes.
The Lorain recipe book gives full
directions on how to cook an entire
meal in the oven at one time, un-watched.
The baked-on Finish of these
ranges gives them n lustrous, durable
surface that is as easy to keep clean
as it is good to look at. All-steel
construction prevents breakage. A
variety of pleasing styles and con
venient sizes to choose from.
North Platte Light
& Power Co.
nfl fvi UJrtt u
This is the Mecca these clays lor hpme
furnishers of all sorts young newly weds
furnishing the first little home, housekeepers
whose summer cleaning showed the need for
adding or replacing here or there; people fur
nishing or redecorating newly built homes;
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ft UfFfiTeH1 B (aM fir5 II OMHHHifr
Have you been aVay on a vacation, or are you just going?
II vou have you have no doubt picked up some new ideas in home decoration
which you are just crazy to carry out immediately.
II you are just getting ready to go there are sure to be a few things you want to
some wanting new rugs or draperies and get and have arranged to be ready for your return.
many others wanting articles oi lurniture or
complete suites. "For after all, the true pleasures of home are not without, but within, and the do-
We can take care of you all, for without mestic man who loves no music so well as his kitchen clock and the airs which the
doubt this is value headquarters in North logs sing to him as they burn, on the -hearth, has a place which others never dream of."
Platte. , , , , Lord Avebeury.
Walnut Dining Room Suite
Italian Rcnisance Dining Room Suite in
solid American Walnut. Blue leather on
chairs. One host's chair, five straight
chairs. Sixty inch buffet. Table 48x60
A Real Value at $255.00
Others in Walnut combination
as low as $150.00
Beautiful Tudor Mahogany Davenport
Table, 20x60 inches
Draperies Made Up to Your Order
This feature of our Drapery Department
is well worth your investigation. Special
Designs to suit your individual taste.
We have a very large stock of beau
tiful materials in
Silks, Velours, Velvets, Kapocks,
Cretonnes, Figured Madras
Prino flfl This Suite in Figured Velour combination with sorine: back and
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TABLE, size 28x42 inches
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