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NORTH PLATTEf NEB., NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
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jj TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
i Peter Muir will leave today for Lex
nRton to Bpend Thankgiving with rela
tives. The T. M. E. club is a new club iust
organized which will give a series of
Herrod & S
Joseph Jessup returned last ovening
from an extended visit with his
mother in Chicago.
For Rerit Two front rooms for light
house keeping. Inquire at 801 Dewey
or phone Red 240.
Robert Gantt has issued invitations
to a dancing party to be be held at his
homo on Friday evening.
All the late copyright books and Xmas
gift books. Rincker Book & Drug Co.
Fred dishing, of Sidney, will arrive
tomorrow to visit his sister Mrs. Dorr
Tarkington for a week or longer.
Mrs. Mary Elder, who had been a
patient at St. Luke's hospital for sev
eral days was taken home yesterday.
Mrs. Mary O'HaTre and daughter
Anna will leave the last of this week
for Omaha to spend a few days on busi
ness. After visiting the Donegan family for
a week J. A. "Williams, of Demart,
Tex., left yesterday afternoon for Lin
oln. Latest box paper, correspondence
cards and engraved calling cards.
Rinckji Book & Drug Co.
Miss Cleo Chappell left this morning
for Garfield to spend a week on busi
ness pertaining to the schools in that dis
trict. Yesterday afternoon Judge Grant
issued a marriage license to Miss Mary
Spear and Ray Weidnor both giving
their address as Spear.
Wanted Men's Washing. Phone
black 394 or call at 423 West 11th. 85-4
Mrs. George Lewis, of Lincoln, re
turned home Saturday afternoon after
a two months visit with TMrs. A. S.
Vegetables? Yes! We have cucum
bers, tomatoes, cauliflower, radishes,
celery and lettuce.
Phone 208. HERROD & Son.
Fireman Riley Warren, who was
recently transferred to Stapleton. is ex
pected tomorrow to attend .the federated
crafts' ball and visit friends Thanks
giving Day." "".'? -
All trimmed hats at half price, 20 per
cent discount on plumes, fancy feathers
and ribbons at tho Maloney and Lintz
. Weather Forecast: Pair tonight and
Wednesday, not much change in tem
perature. Highest temperature yes
terday 44. a year ago 60; lowest tem
perature last night 19, a year ago 27.
All trimmed bats worth up to $10
at $2.95 each from Nor. 26th to Dec.
1 at Parlor Millinery, 300 East 3rd st.
Miss Mary Allen, of Farnam, who
was recently discharged from an Omaha
hospital, arrived last evening to visit
her brother Arthur Allen and wife be
fore returning home.
Land sales are improving and indicate
an advance in price during the coming
year. If you contemplate buying land,
better do bo without delay and get the
benefit of the advance. Remember,
land is the foundation of all wealth.
See us for some bargains in land us
well as city property.
Bratt & Goodman.
Charles J. McNamara returned to
town Sunday from McCook. He has
been working near there the past six
weeks making a survey and map of an
irrigation district which is planned to
water about 4,000 acres of land. This
section of the state suffered from
drouth the past season and the farmers
are anxious to have irrigation. The
water is taken from the Republican
We are prepared to loan your money
on real estate first mortgage so as to
net yonr eight per cent. Money so
loaned is exempt from tastes. Come in
and let us talk it over.
Buchanan & Patterson.
Pure bred Duroc Jersey Hogs, both
sexes, all elisrible. to recistrv. mrices
reasonable. Inquire of or adaftssig
uiamcenDurg iiros. worm riaue, nqor.
Money to Loan.
We have plenty of money to loan on
real estate if security is of the right
kind and loan is on right basis. If you
want to pay off an old loan or make a
new one to help by more land, better
talk it over with us. We have helped
to make money for many and we may
be able to do so for you.
Brail & Goodman.
Local and Personal
Deputy Sheriff Watts was a visitor
in Gothenburg Sunday.
Alex Fenwick and wife leave tonight
for Cheyenne to visit thcirdaughter for
a week. f
Mrs. Arthur Know went toGandy to
day to attend the Thompson-Becker
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Howard and
family spent Sunday with friends in
Gideon Winkleman, will go to Fre
mont tomorrow to nrinnrl thn THnnlro.
giving holidays with friends.
William Cary. of Omohn, arrived this
morning and will spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Whelan.
Christian Science service Thursday
Nov. 28th. 11:00 p. m. Subject "Thanks
giving." K. P. hall, Dewey St.
Baptist Ladies Aid will meet at the
parsonage 1009 W. 4th Friday after
noon. Mrs. Owens will entertain.
Wo have tha enndn thin vr Town
dolls and a big assortment of nice Drifts.
Let ui show you at C. M. Newton's.
MlRS Mnrv T,("WIH. of TConmnv rulirt
had been the guest of Mrs. Harry
wooas ior a weeK, returned home this
Tomorrow thn f!hrisHnn lmlin. will
hold an exchange at the Howo & Ma
loney store. This will bo an op
portunity for you to get your good
home baking for Thanksgiving.
Owners of city property, lots or
houses, can find sale for mmi hv lUt.
ing with us. Property priced right finds
ready sale. Buchanan & Patterson.
Colonel Bill Boatty, of Brady, and
Colonel Jim White, of Sutherland, were
in town yesterday, presumably for the
purpose of completing arrangements
for the democratic glorification banquet
Thursday evening of next week.
Cozad Banker Prefers a Buick
Charles Ward, Cashier of the First
National Bank, of Cozad, just purchased
a Model. 25 Buick touring car of theJCJ.
S. Davis Auto Co.
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Presbyterian Supper Menu.
Roast pork, roast beef, cold boiled
ham, cranberry jelly, mashed potatoes,
gravy, broad and butter, rolls, lima
beans, cabbage salad, pickles, olives,
Washington, mince and apple pie,
cheese, cake and fruit, coffee, tea and
This will be served, Cafeteria, begin
ning at 5:00 p. m. in church parlors,
The Hidden Bonds.
The "Cody Addition" and "BufTalo
Bill's Sub-Division" will be opened up
for sale within about the next thirty
days. These two tracts, consisting of
116 acres just west of the city, and ox
tending from the U. P. R. it. tracks
south to Second street will be between
the two railroads and will be a contin
uation west of the best resident section
of the. city. Cody addition consists of
15 full blocks, divided into twelve lota
each of 40x132 feet, and three frac
tional blocks, and all of said lots witf
be located from four to ten blocks
from the new Union Pacific round
house. '"rT ' "
BufFalo Bill's Sub-division is located
just west of the Cody Addition and is
laid out in block tracts, consisting of
about two acres each. These are laid
in such a manner, that they can be
sub-divided into lots at any time the
owners so desire, and the streets will
match up with the rest of the city.
The surveyors are working every
day staking out these additions, and as
soon as the surveyors are through, we
will plow the streets and get them
ready for grading in tho spring, There
will be one of the prettiest auto drives
out on Sixth street, across on the
county road west of the sub-diviaion
and down on Fourth street, that can
be imagined. Col. Cody is making ex
tensive plans for the additions in the
spring, such as building sidewalks,
getting electric lights and water in the
addition, and the putting in of a sewer
system. This will, without doubt, be
the future resident section of the
As soon as the plat is completed,
tKero jvill be printed in this paper a
copy' of the plat, with the prices shown
thereon. Don't buy until you have
seen the lots and tracts of land in the
I have the exclusive sale of all
traets and lots in Cody Addition and
Buffalo Bill's sub-division, and will be
glad to furnish information with ref
erence thereto to anyone interested.
C. F. Temple.
Healey Buys a Hudson
Tom Healey has just purchased an
Electric self-starting electric lighted
Hudson. "37" of the J. S. Davis Auto
For Rent -640 Acres
good farming or hay land, 50 cents per
acre, six miles north of Wallace, Net).,
twelve miles south of Sutherland. New
4-room house and barn for eight head,
grainery 24x32, cement cave 12x18,
good well, 10-ft Sampson mill, 30 ft.
steel tower. 3 miles of fence. 150 acres
'In cultivation. Address W. R. Harding,
North Platte, Neb.
TRUSTEE'S AND RIVERDALE ADDITIONS.
Are the ONLY ADDITIONS to North Platte, on the market, where residence lots are Improved with
, Cement sidewalks and crossings,
Graded streets, " "
The sewer is from five to eight feet deep in the ground and deep basements may be built" without danger of
These improvements make these lots the must modern and sanitary for residence purposes, in Lincoln County.
These lots are also the nearest to business part of town, Silber Avenue on the map below, being just six blocks
. east of Dewey Street, v -7,ln
The Additions are located between the Union Pacific tracks and the Burlington kright of way;Nyhere it will never
be necessary to cross railroad tracks to get to the business part of the city.
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All above lots which have prices marked thereon are for sale at said prices; all other lots have been sold.
A five per cent discount is given for cash or the lots will be sold upon the installment plan of' one-tenth of the
purchase price down and one-tenth every three months. "
For Sale By
WM. E SHUMAN