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.V't NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE At The Sun, "The Romance Promoters" starring EARL WILLIAMS nlso Knights & Knights. Big V-Comedy. :.: j.t URE Labor and .Material are Too Expensive to Waste get the Begt Quality at the Lowest price BUILD A HOME It Adds ''Much to Human Happiness. to: SATISFY IS OUR AIM. COATES LUMBER CO. The nbovo won second prlzo in tho competition by High School stu donto and was written by Evyn Boldt. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. At The SUN, "The Sagebrusher" Photoplay of the Novel by EYIERSON HOUGH Directed by EDVAIlDSLOMAN with this all-star oast; HOY STEWART MARGUERITE De La MOTTE HETTY HRICE ARTHUR MORRISON NOAH HERRY GORDON RUSSELL ' A Great Authors Production ALSO a Back Yard" 2-reel Aubrey Comedy. This is thujProdiictiou you have lony awaited. The Picture with a Soul. Mutual Building & Loan Association of North Platte. INCORPORATED IN 1887. Resources ;$1,370,427.14. SAFETY FIRST. Investors in this association get tho benefits of the following requirements of tho laws of Nebraska under which it is operating: First. Tho association is required to invest only in first mortgages on real estate or tho stock of this associa tion. Second. Such Investments are non-negotlablo and non-assignable, and can only bo discharged by payment direct to the association. This Is a very important pro tection not available to any financial institution except Building & Loan Associations. Third. Tho association is subject to the supervision 'of tho State Banking Board. How well the Interests of tho Investors in this as sociation have beon safeguarded is evidenced by tho fact that in tho more than thirty three years of its operation not ono dollar has been lost. T. C PATTERSON, HESSIE F. SALISBURY, Frosldont. Secretary. Deb's Adventure By MILDRED WHITE NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DAIRY i COWS. (, 1920, We.tern New.papor Union ) The two girls sat before un onbank ment of palms In the club dining room. Tho girl called 'Debs' yawned behind her gauntlcttod glove and looked about with dissatisfaction. "Lucille," she addressed hor com panion, "don't you got tired of nil this sameness? tho same plnccs to go, tho same everlastingly conventional things to do," "Mercy!" Interrupted Lucille, "you have the blues, who Is responsible?" "It's not blues," Deborah denied, "I'm Just tired to death of everything usunl, that's all." "If I," replied Lucille, "had been born with a lovely golden spoon In my mouth, I should bo nblc to find things to do without getting tired of them." "What hind of things?" her friend demanded, "dancing with the Fame ldloUc fellows, driving, eating In places like this?" "This, I would have you know," Lu cille cheerfully responded, "Is the best club In town. My father belongs to It; that la why you, as my guest, arc priv ileged to be here."' Debs laughed. "Thanks for tho pleasant reproach," sho said, "but really dear, you don't know how I acho to do something un usualand Interesting." She leaned forward In sudden eagerness. "I bellcvo If some unmarried mys terious unknown, garbed In gentle man's nttlro should step up and Invite mo for well even an afternoon drive or a mntlnee, I'd accept Just for the daro of It." "No one will," Lucille retorted, "even If you would be so reckless. The men of this club do not flirt promiscu ously. They are men of unquestioned good standing. "That Is Just why I would like one to amuse mo for the afternoon, we could part without even knowing each others names, and be to each other over after but u pleasant memory." "Fudge 1" exclaimed Lucille. She arose smiling Indulgently down Into her friend's pretty face. "Debs dear," she said, "are you nev er going to llnd contentment?" "I'll wait here awhile," Deborah an swered Irrelevantly, "before going back to the house. I have shopping to do. Go on to your engagement Lu cille." When Lucille had gono the girl closed her eyes wearily, to open them again at the sound of nn agreeably modulated voice. The voice came from a fine looking broad-shouldered man-person, who seated himself easily on tho settee at her side. "In my chair behind tho palms," ho said, "I heard all that you and your friend have been saying to each other, and I present myself as the desired 'unmarried, mysterious unknown.' In viting you for an an unusual after noon. Being a club member In good standing, you may learn my creden tials at the desk." Deborah Southworth In all her young fortunnte life had never been taken so by surprise. "Thanks Mr. Unknown," she said, "I will go with you. Do we drive, or is It tins matinee?" "We drive," lie answuied briefly. "And return when?" "Five or sis o'clock, as the time suits you." Ills car, waiting at the street door, was a line one, and the cliaulTeur, turning Immediately out through the trnfllc, followed evidently some former direction. Debs, leaning back, regarded her companion. "1 suppose." she said, "that when 1 think tlds over tomorrow, it will all seem foolish indeed. Hut now " she laughed, "really, I'm hav ing a good time." "When you think It over tomorrow," the man 'answered gravely, "I hope hat you will be glr.d you came. We are. going through a dingy part of tho city. Dinglness," he smiled suddenly with an expression that changed tho thoughtful lines of his face to pure kindliness, "has not beon much In your line, I fancy." "Not much," Debs carelessly replied. "Where aro we now?" "In Potter street," ho told her. "Tho name is doubtless unfamiliar to you. Wo stop here." Tho girl stared. "Tho stop here," the man said. "13 part of my 'unusual afternoon' for you. If you do not wish to carry out the program, you may refuse. I have to visit hero professionally. Thoro Is no danger of contagion or anything of that sort. Just " he paused, "a llttlo womnn with a broken arm, And n llt tlo lad trying to look after her, and n baby. "I thought." ho said, "that It would do the little woman good to seo another young wornnn's sweet face." And when, after a time, he nroso to leavo tho poor room, Debs followed tho doctor to tho hall. "I nm going to stay here," she said shakily, "tho wholo afternoon. I never know that such want and bravery ex' Isted." "Then," snld the big doctor, his kind ly smile softened Into tenderness, "I will come back to end your adventure. Not nil unusual times can be hnppy ones, you sec." "I thank you for my nfterntion," De borah answered softly. "If you Iraew mo better you would lenrn that I am not nlwnys rccklesa or foolish." "I nm going to know you better," tha doctor said, and his hand held act In Tho Dairy Law of Nebraska re nuiroa that all cows from which any milk or cream is sold for consumption shall be tested at loast onco oach year by an approved veterinarian. The only exceptions to this aro In cases where milk or croam Is delivered to a dairy whore tho product Is proper-' ly pasteurized boforo It is sold to tho public, or where the entire product of the herd is sold for manufacturing ' purposes. Cow owners aro urged to have this ' testing dono during tho months of ! January and February for tho reason that moro time Is available, and whon a number of cows aro nssombled at 1 one time and place, reduced rates for. testing will be mndo. Tho law pro- j vines turn tosiing sunn no uono by an approved veterinarian, and the fol lowing nro tho approved veterinarians In this district: Dr. Dolnn of Maxwell; Dr. Prltchnrd of North Platto and Dr. Guffey of Sutherland. Arrangements should bo made to havo this testing done within tho time specified, ns the dairy lnspoctor will chock all cow owners who aro re quired to test Attention is called to tho fact that tho Dairy Law provides n penalty for failure to comply with tho nbovo provisions. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 101-2t By P. C. Stoddnrt. ::o:: NOTICE OF TAKING UP ESTRAY. Taken up by tho undersigned on his premises nlno miles southwest of North Platto, Lincoln Co., Nebraska, on the first day of July 1920. ono Iron gray maro weighing 1000 lbs. and one yearling weighing about 700 lbs. Dated this 18th day of Nov. 1920. Signed: A. E. MOORE. NOTICE OF TAKING UP ESTRAY Taken up by tho undersigned on his promises eight miles southeast of North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebr. on or about November 20, 1920, one black maro with a small star, weight about 1150, about ten years old. Dated this 4th day of December, 1920. THEODORE SAMUELSON. SAY IT WITH FLOWERS North Platto Floral Co. Flowers. W. Twelfth Street Phono 1023 We deliver and ship anywhero NK1V MEAT MARKET ( row & Crow, Phono 708. N". I.onisl. Steak J 20c Pork Chops 20c Lard 20c Boiling Meat 15u Chickens 30e cWnterNcglcct Proves Costyi YOUR storaso battery needs certain result r attentions In WINTKIl. We're hero to plvo tt thoio ntlentlon.i, whether yon lmvo a powerful I'rest-O-Llto or am n'i r ir-' - Uemlir tcrt- HMMVAY MOTOR CO. JBve&i QJite NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (incorporated) One Halt Block North ol I'ostnflice. Phone 5S A modern institution for the cientiile treatment of medical, surgical and confinement cases Completely equipped X-Uny and diagnostic laboratories Staff: Geo. B. Dent. M. D. V. Lucas, H. D. J. B. Redfield. M. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D. st ...... 4 DR. J. S. TWINEM Medicine Surgery Obstetrics I Hospital Facilities Platte Valley Hospital DRS. STATES & STATES Chiropractors 5, (I, 7 Building & Loan Building. Office Phone 70, Res. Phono 1243 GEO. B, DENT, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention GItob to Surgery and Obstetrics. Office: Duilding & Loan Building Phones: Office 130, Residence HE MRS. M. HENRY GILFOYL Teacher of VOICE CULTURE and tho ART OF SLNGING. Residenco Studio: 108 West 3rd, City Dr. W. I. SHAFFER 1 Osteopathic Physician HAY FEVER AND CATARRIIA DEAFNESS OASIS DUILDING North Platto, Nebr. Ed Kierig, ' Auctioneer. General Form Sales A Specialty, also Real Estate. References and Dates First National Bank. Res. 400 East 3rd St. Phono 912 DR. J. It. McKIRAHAN Pracllco Limited to Diseases of Women and Surgery OVER RBXALL DRUG STORE Phones Office 113 Residence 2G5 DR. REDFIELD Physician, Obstctrictau Surireon. X-Itay Culls Promptly Answered Night or Daj Phone Office 012 Residence G7G NOTICE OF PETITION Estate Xo. 1505 of Woodward R. Yohc, deceased, in tho County Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska. To all per sons interested in said Estate, take notice that a petition has been filed for tho appointment of G. J. Taylor as ad ministrator with the will annexed of said estate, which has been set for hearing herein on January 11th, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. in. Dated December 15th. 1920. (SEAL) WM. If., C. WOODHURST. 98-3w County Judge. DR. C. E. McREYNOLDS, Specialist. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Offlco oyer Rex a 1 1 Drug Store. Phone 113. Office phone 241. Res. phone 217 L . C . DROS T. Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - Nebraaxh. Knlchts ot Columbus Building Oral Prophylaxis Mouth Hygiene HOWARD YOST Dentnl Surgeon Phone 307 Twlnem Bldg- JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D. Special Attention Given to Surerery McDonald Bank Building Office Phone 8.'! Residence 38 DO YOU LIKE A BROILED PORTERHOUSE? You will If wo servo It to you. First of all. it is a fine ju'cy stoak; then our chef knows how to cook It to re tain all tho goodness. Of course wo servo moro than steaks. In fact, our menu contains all tho dollcacies of tho season. And at popular prices, too. HOTEL PALACE AND CAFE RICHI UQA.1, Proprietor Opposite Union Pacilic Depot DR. HAROLD FENNEK Osteopath Over HIrschfeld's Oftlco Phouo 333 Res. Phone 1020 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate No. 1790 of James Babbitt, do ceased, in tho County Court of Lin coln County, Nobraska. Tho Stato of Nobraska, ss: Credit ors of said cstato will tako notice that tho timo limited for prosontatlou and filing of claims against said estato is Anrll 28. 1921. and for settlement ot said ostnto is Decombor 24, 1921: that 1 will sit at tho County Court room In said county, on January 2S, 1921, at 9 oclock A. Mi, and on April 23, 1921, at 9 o'clock A. M., to rocolvo, oxomlno, hear, allow, or adjust all claims and objections duly fllod. (SEAL) WM. H. C. WOODIIURST, 101-4w County Judge. NOTICE OF PETITION. Estato No 1791 of Henry Wightman deceased In tho County Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, 'JJo all per son Interested in said Estate take notice that a petition has been filed for tho Probate of the Estato of Henry Wightman whom it is alleged Is dead ho having been missing from his home for moro than seven years and the appointment of Wesley B. Wightman as Administrator of said Estate, which has been set for hear ing horoln on January 4th, 1921 at 9 o'clock A. M Dated December 11th. 1920. Wm. H. C. WOODIIURST. D14-3wks County Judge NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estato No. 178G of Richard L. Graves, deceased In tho County Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska. Tho Stato of Nebraska, ss: Credi tors of said cstato will tako notice that the timo lmited for presentation and hung of claims ngalnst said Es tato is August 1st, 1921, and for set tlement of said Estate is December 13th. 1921; that I will sit at the coun ty court room in said county on Febr uary 1st, 1921 at 9 o'clock A, M and on May 1st, 1921, at 9 o'clock A. M.. to receive, examine, hear, allow or adjust all claims and objections dulv filed. Alt claims not filed on or before Agur.t 1st 1921 will be forever barred. Wm. II. C. WOODHURST, D14-4 wks County Judge CHANGE OF ROAD NO. 10r,. To whom it max concern: Tho special commissioner appointed, to locato a road as follows: Com mencing on tho northllno of Section 5 nnd G and thonco going south to main road running north nnd south about 100 rods between 5 and 0 on section lino, has reported in fnvor of tho same ns follows: Beginning at a point in 'ho contor lino of Sond No 195, abn i feet south oftho corner to Secv nd C, T. 12, N. R. 28, W. of Gth P. M. n tho 3rd standard parallol north running thence south on line between said sections 5 and G about 33 chains to connect with Station 3 of Road 195, provided however, that tho parties owning tho land on both sides of this change grado tho road and fill tho channels, placo tho necessary cul verts, freo of chnrgo to Lincoln Coun ty which thoy agreed to do, nnd pro vided further that said parties build extension of 20 feet to tho north of present concrete brldgo near Station 3 of Road 195 to mako travel safe, all parties having objections thereto of claims for damages by tho establish ment of said road must filo samo in tho ofUco of tho County Clerk ot Lin coln County, North Platto, Nobraska, on or boforo 12 o'clock noon of tho lGth day of Fobruary, 1921. Dated nt North Platte. Nebr., this Gth day of December, 1920. A. S. ALLEN, (SEAL) County Cletk. VT. T. PRITCHARD, Graduate Veterinarian Elx-Government Veterinarian and ex assistant deputy State Veterinarian Hospital :il.r South Tine Street. HoHpital Pbone Black 633 House Phone Black Licensed Embalmers it Underuxlierb and Funeral Directors': i)aj phono 41 l Night phone Black 588 FOR FRONT WHEELS SHAFER ROLLER HEARINGS SERVICES No Moro "Grief" Guaranteed. At Dealers. Distributed by W. S. LOVEJOY, .'1818 Mason Street. Omnha, Neb. NOTICE OF PETITION Estato No. 1782 of Nettie A. Yohe, de ceased, in tho County Court of Lin coln Couty, Nebraska. Tho Stato of Nebraska. To all per sons interested in said Estato toko notice that a petition has been filed for tho allowance to probate and proof of tho last will and testament of Nettie A Yoho, deceased, and tho nppolnt mont of Guy A. Yoho and John E. AVall as executors of said estate, which has beon set for hearing herein on January Uth, )921 at 10 o'clock a. m. Dated December 15th, 1920. (SEAL) WM. H P. WOODHURST, 98"3w County Judge. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an order of sale Issued by the District Court of Lincoln Coun ty, Nebraska, upon a decrco of fore closure rendered in said court, where in Anna Voss Is plaintiff and Clydo-M. Trotter, Mena Trotter, his wjfo, and L. E. Mohlman, as Trustee in Bank ruptcy of Clydo M. Trotter, Bank rupt, aro defendants, and to mo di rected, I will on tho 31st day of Decern her, 1920, at two o'clock P. M. at tho east front' door of tho court house In tho City of North Platto, County of Lincoln and Stato of Nebraska, soil at public auction to tho highest bidder for cash to satisfy said decree, inter est and costs, tho following described property, to-wit: all of Lot Ten (10) of Block Two (2) of RIvordalo Addi tion to tho City of North Platto. No braska, subject to a certain mortgige to tho Nobraska Stato Building and Loan Association, which Is recorded in Book 47 nt pago 149 of the records of Lincoln County, Nebraska. Dated at North PIntte, Nebraska. November 29, 1920. A. J. SALJSBURY, n03d31 Sheriff a war.pi clasp.