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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
4 i FORDSON TRADE MARK FARM TRACTOR. Tho Fordson cula tho cost ol preparing land almost to halt ot what it cost with horses. Dut oven raoro important Is tho fact that tho Ford son saves from thirty to fifty percent of tho farmer's tlmo, And tlmo sared getting fields in shapo to plant in tho proper season; getting, things dono when they should bo done means money to tho farmer. Be sides It helps In soiling Uio Inbor problem. As ever, tho machine way is proving moro efficient, faster, easier than tho old hand way. In tho factory, tho machlno Increases production Bave3 labor produces moro at less cost And that Is what tho Fordson does on tho farm. Tho Fordson way is tho machlno way of farming. Be sides It helps tho labor problem. ... Tho Fordson's first cost is low; and tho after low. It is a compact, easily handled tractor, backed by tho greatest tractor service or ganization in tho world. Wo aro Fordson dealers. Not only do wo sell Fordson tractors, but wo carry a stock ot Fordson parts and employ Fordson mechanics to hoi; tho fanners get tho best results from tho Fordson. Let us demonstrato the Fordson o your own farm. or operating cost Is $691.50 Delivered at Your Farm. HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO., NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA - ,TUST SOME FIGURES. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTICE OF PETITION. Estate No. 1800 of James H. Ross, deceased in tho County Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. Tho State of Nebraska, To all per sons interested in said Estato tako notice that a petition has boon, filed for tho appointment of J. W. Abbott as Administrator of said Estato which has been set for hearing herein on February 17th, 1921 at 10 o'clock a, m. - Dated January 2711ft 1921, - " Wm. II. C. WOODHURST, J2S-3wks County Judge. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estato No. 178G of Richard L. Graves, deceased in tho County Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, ss: Credi tors of said estate will tako notice that tho time lm'lted for presentation and filing of claims against said Es tato is August 1st, 1921, and for set tlement of said Estate Is December 13th, 1921; that I will sit at tho 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 orj,itnjrtoen aujusi an claims anu ODjecuons uuiy filed. NOTICE TO CltEDITORS. Estate No. 1791 ot Henry Wightnian deceased In tho County Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. Tho State of Nebraska, ss: Credi tors of said estato will take notlco that tho tlmo limited for presentation and filing of claims against said Es tato is May 18, 1921 and for settle ment of said Estate Is January 17, 1922; and that I will sit at tho county court room In said county, on Febr. 18, 1921, at 9 o'clock a. m., and on May. 18, 1921, at 9 o'clock a. m., to receive, examine, hear, allow, or ad just all claims and objections duly nieu. Wm. H. C. WOODHURST, J18-4wks County Judge When a snowy day comes and sort of tics up business, Secretary Daro, of tho Chamber ot Commerce, noses around for facts and figures which ho likes to have handy in enso ho needs them. The other day ho reeled off to Tho Trlbuno editor a few of Ills fig ures, which nro considered of suf ficient Intorcst to bo published, and hero they nro: Within' Uio area of Lincoln county, which Is 4SxG4 miles, Ho 1,542,285 acres of land, less than ono-flfth of which is designated as improved land. This improved land, totalling only 271,447 acres, Is valued at a littlo less than fivo million dollars, whllo the 1,270,838 acres of unimproved has a vauo ot somewhat ovor seven and one-halt millions. Tho valuo of personal property In tho county Is a little less than eighteen million dol lars, and tho town property valuo is nearly four and oneVhalf millions. Added to this nro tho railroads and tho telegraph and telophono linos, tho valuo of which Is placed at about six millions. This makos tho total valuo of all proporty In Lincoln county forty million dollars in round numbers. Lincoln county with Its 23,420 peo ple ranks seventh In population among tho counties ot tho state. Of these 23,420 moro than ouo-half, or 12.7C2, llvo in tho towns, leaving 10.CGS actually residing on tardus;. It hns been fairly estimated that 14,4fi0 Lincoln county pcoplo llvo In tho tawns and on tho farms which nro located In tha Platto Vnlloy proper, leaving 8,970 in tho towns and on tho farniB outsido tho valley. In acreage Lincoln county Is the third largest In tho stato, exceeded only by Cherry and Custer counties, tho lnttor having but a fow moro acres than Lincoln. It Is by reason of this large ncreago that Lincoln coun ty stands closo to tho head in tho number ot cattle owned, tho total re ported last year being nearly sixty soven thousand head. Thoro aro 6,077 children ot school ago In tho county, G.207 of whom aro enrolled In tho schools. Tho averago cost nor year nor pupil to educato tho children of Lincoln county Is eighty dollars and flfty-olght cents Tho total tax assessed against tho proporty owners of Lincoln county for tho year 1920 was nearly soven hundred thousand dollars, to bo ex act It was $G97,4CG. Undor tho noV' oral divisions this is represented as follows; Stato tax $83,035, county tax $120,743, school tax $419,018, city and villago tax $73,GGG. This does not includo special assessments such as court house, special bridge and irrigation I'ho tax levy for tho malntenanct and operation of the city of North Platto for tho curront year is $57,441, L. L. Anderson spent the week end In Overton. Thomas Adams Is nbo to be out again after his accident William Ilurgor spent tho week end in Grand Island with his parents. Miss Marjory Arnold has been con fined to her home on account of Ilt-noss. Miss Fred Slacker returned Satur day from Brady whero sho visited her parents. Mrs. M. B. Oldt Is spending this week In Alllanco with hor parents Mr. nud Mrs. Katcn. Tho girls ot tho St Patrick's school havo orgaulzcd a basketball Loam and begun practicing this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Tltchnor loft yes terday for Texas and other southern points to spend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Popeloy will leavo today for tho east whero thoy will do tho spring buying for tho Stylo Sop. Judge Joseph Oborfoldor, of Sidney stopped In tho city Saturday onrouto from St IiOuls whero ho spent two weeks. Sco tho wild animals In action. Something clso to mako you remem ber '-Nomads of tho North" today and tomorrow at Tho Sun. Harry Samuclson returned Satur day from Chicago whoro ho has boon purchasing his spring goods. Ha ro- ports considerable activity In Uio windy city with prices about ono-thira lower than a year ago. His now goods will bo horo beforo long as manufacturers aro getting out oruors with littlo delay. .,..MM.,............v.w...-.WW, nml f0l. Ul0 Nort)l piatt0 school dls & Q Ttuuirif un 3 ..! ll3w. J. O. 1 TTlNElfi. mU. ! All claims not filed on or beforo Agust 1st 1921 will bo forever barred. Wm. H. C. WOODHURST, D14-4 wks County Judge I. KG A I. XOTICK To Klla Maud Cantlln, Georco W. Cantlln, Mary Cantlln, his wife. Charles, E. Cantlln, Ina Cantlln. his wife. Hob ert I). Cantlln, Mnyme Cantlln, his wife, Georee McWllllams, and tho lielrs, devisees legatees -and personal repre sentatives nnd all other porsons In terested In the estate of tho said Georgo 'McWIlllnms, Joseph Oley bourne. nnd tho heirs, devisees, lega tees nnd personal representatives and all other persons Interested In tho es tate, of tho said Joseph Cleybourne, Joseph Cleburne, nnd the heirs, de visees, legatees and personal repre sentatives and all other persons In terested In tho estato of the said Jos eph Cleburne, all of Lot Four (4) of Block One Hundred Thirteen (113) of the original city of North Platte, Lin coln County, Nebraska, nnd all persons claiming any Interest of any kind in said real estate, or any part thereof. You and each of you are hereby noti ced that Edward It. Goodman com menced an action In the District Court against you (Impleaded with others), the object and prayer of which Is to quiet and confirm title In the plaintiff as against you ana me oinor aeiona ants, to all of Lot Four (4) of Block One Hundred Thirteen (113) of the original City of North Platte, County or Lincoln, siaio or rteoraBKa, io iur vr har and enloln each of the de fendftnts from ever claiming or assert ing nnv rlcrht. claim, title, lien, or in terest In nnd to said land, or any part thereof, nnd have cancelled and set nside tho following Instruments as clouds upon tho title of said plaintiff Jo said real estate, to-wu: a purporieu EXTENSION ROAD NO. C5. To whom it may concern: -Tho special commissioner appointed to locate a road as follows: Commen cing at tho quarter section corner on tho center of Section thirty-four, township thirteen, north of range thir ty, thence west one half mllo on sec tion lino intersecting Road No. G5 at the half section corner on tho west sldo of section thirty-four, township north of range thirty, road to bo forty feet wide, has reportod in favor therof as follows: favoring n road 33 feet in width for ogross pur poses, using as authority Sections 54 to 58, paragraphs 2907 to 2911, Chap. 28, Art. 1 of tho Statutes of the Stato of Nebraska, any party or parties hav- llng objections thereto or claims for damages by reason of tho establishing of said road must file same in tho of fice of tho County Clerk of Lincoln County, Nebraska on or before 12 o'clock noon of tho 25th day of March 1921. Dated at North Platte, Nebr., this 14th day of Jan. 1921. A. S. ALLEN, County Clerk. (SEAL) 8 Hospital Accomodations Nearly two-thirds of all tho taxes i we pay as citizens of Liifcolu county j is for the education of our children am lor tins reason taxes hiiouki uo i cheorfully and promptly paid, for tho I .1.11.1,. , i I I l A.lll.n(l.t. uiiiiii a Kivi.imi. uaoui to no cuuixtuuii. 8 Some day we will ask Secretary Baro to nel off somo 'moro facts and tx ligurcs. Platte Valley Hospital. !; Homepathic Physician & Surgeon General Practice and Construction Surgery. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Former Name 'Twinem Hospital". NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. if ft Mrs. Jam os Guynnn and children f loft Friday for Schuyler to visit hor 11 parents, Office 340 House 1257 DR. W. I. SHAFFER Osteopath Physician Over the Oasis. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA, NORTH PLATTE DI VISION. 1 In the Matter of Ray C. Norrls, Bank rupt. Case No. 83, In Bankruptcy, Volun tary Petition. Notlco of First Meeting of Creditors. At North Platto in said District on this 21st day of January, A. D. 1921, beforo Walter V. Hoagland, Referco In Bankruptcy. This cause camo on for hearing 1 foro tho rofereo upon consideration o ' tho petition of the bankrupt, of tho Judication horetoforo mado and of il o fact that upon investigation it nnslcnmnnt of n. contract for the PUr-!...na fmiml thnt. flin nnffpn nf First rhnA nf nnlil rnnl estate, executed on n.- ,.. .i ,. t iJoYVtoJoK Court on December 21st. 1920. cd In Book A nt pace zay or me recarnnijvns not uuiiHiieu as requirou uy inw. DR. J. R. McKIRAIIAN Practice Limited to Diseases of Women and Surgery OVER REXALL DRUG STORE Phones Office 113 Residence 265 Judge Grimes returned from Kim ball Saturday whoro ho had boon holding court. Dr. L. J. KIUUSE, Dentist. Me Donnld Bank Building. Rooms 2 & 8. Phono 07. 42tf Mrs. C. H. Boylo camo yesterday from Grand Island to attend tho wed ding of her daughter, Miss Ruth Car NnrMi Plnttf roll. waiter iirown came irom aiunoy tho Iattor part of tho week and has registered ns a senior in tho local high school. To whom aro your going to sell your Hay and Grain? Tho Harrington Mer cantilo Co. will offer the highest prices. C4tf DR. REDFIELD Physician. Obstetrlctan Surgeon, X-Ray Calls Promptly AnsTrercd Night or Dy Phone Office 012 Residence 076 Miss Mnxlno Popcjoy entortalncd six little girls at a birthday dinner the latter part of the week In honor of her third birthday. Yeomen, Anniversary Member ship Campaign Object 100 Members by March 10th. WORK AND WIN Sec any Yeoinen. Phono 939W or 128. WATCH WHO WINS joiin s. snais, m. d. Special Attention Given to Sunrery McDonald Bank Salldlag Office Phone 83 Sesldeico 88 nf T.lnpoln Countv. Nebraska, a nln mortcnem of snld real estato. made, executes and delivered on Juno 1. 1882. bv Charles B. Smith and wife. ICato Smith to Joseph Cloybournc. nnd recorded in MortBage Record n, nt pane 519 of tho records of said Coun ty, a certain mortKaero of said real es tato. made, executed and delivered on March 20. 18SB by one Charles n. Smith to tho defendant George McwIUiams. which is recorded in Mortgage Record D at page 14fi of the rocorda of said County, nnd for general equitable re lief. You aro reaulred to answer said pe tlton on or before tho 21st dnv of February. . n a00TOIAN Plaintiff. Bv WM. 13. SIIUMAN, His Attorney. 3llYt for tho reason thnt tho samo was lost In tho mall, and was never received by tho Printer. Notice Is hereby given that tho First Meeting of Creditors of said bankrupt will bo held nt tho office of Walter V. Hoagland. Referee, at North Platto, In Lincoln County, Ne braska, on tho 5th day of February, A D. 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M. at which tlmo tho said creditors may at tond, provo their claims, appoint tho trustee, oxomlno tho bankrupt, nnd transact such othor business ns may properly come beforo said mooting. WALTER V. HOAGLAND, Rofereo In Bankruptcy. m FOR FRONT WHEELS SHAFER ROLLER BEARINGS SERVICE! No Moro "Grief Guaranteed. At Dealers. Distributed by W. S. LOVEJOY, 3818 Mason Street. Oniolui, Neb. W. T. PRITCIIARD Graduate Veterinarian Ex-Government Veterinarian and ex- assistant deputy State Veterinarian Hospital 815 South Vino Street, Hospital Phono Black 633 Houbo Phone Black 633 Public Sale The undersigned will sell at 11. . ..1 T 111 pumic auction at me ianunoim farm, A yi miles west of North Platte and one-half mile south o the Lincoln Highway at one o'clock. Friday, Feb. 25, 1921, 20 Pedigreed Poland-China Brood Sows. II. M. Johansen, Auctioneer. F. C. Pielsticker, Clerk. C. J. Landholm & Son. Claus Anderson. LINCOLN COUNTY 1IEK KEEPERS ASSOCIATION TO HOLD MEET ING SATURDAY Notices nro being sont out this week calling tho attention of tho members to a mooting ot tho Lincoln County Boo Kcopers' Association which will bo hold 111 Firemen's 'Hull, North Platte, Saturday, February G, at two o'clock. All boo keepers nro InvlWd to attend whether members of Uio Association or not. Matters of im portance to boo koonors will bo con sidered. WHAT A STORY. Plcturo ill Rnoul Chnlloner with his wife, Nanctto, and hor baby lost to tho world in their littlo cabin In Ood'e Great Wilderness happy In their hiding placo frco from Iaw'a injustice, their only friends a big black bear and a wolf-dog. Thon comos O'Connor ot tho North Wo3t Mounted to tako thorn back. And as man and wlfo and child, boar and dog, start down on tho trail that loads straight to tho gallows their wholo wtdo world bursts Into flame. A forest fire so real that it stag gers you.! A battlo through so florco that it awes you. And a finish so fino that you'll chocr ill You'll havo to como early If you want to got In today and tomorrow at The Sun. Thoro la character in cars, and thoro is so much of rugged sorvlco, so much cortalnty and dependability In all Dodge Motor Cars, that this car Is taken In and becomes an essential part ot somo 600 families In this ter ritory. You might ask any owner. J. V. Itomlgh, Dealcjr. EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE DERRIBKRRY A FORBES, it .4 T T7. t 1 2 Vf UIWL-IIBUU iIUUUIIIIUl B V t Undertakers andFuneralDlrectorj it nay pnono 41 it U Night phone Black 688 8 ...................'..........'..'! I am In a position to savo you mon ey as I havo a real list ot property for salo or trado: roBldonco and vacant lots la nearly all parts ot city; good valley rma for easy payments and good Uma; at this tlmo I havo forsalo and bo.o trades that will appeal to nnyon nt wants to own their own homo 11 1130. E. A. OLSON. NEW MEAT MARKET Crow & Crow, Phono 708. N. Locust. Steak 20c Pork Chops 20c Lard ...20c Boiling Meat ...lCc i mm 1 XhT&l W- free from f v - t rull-wpizlit-1 coal that r& iiiiifiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiuiilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinww BP Mutual Building & Loan Association of North Platte. INCORPORATED IN 1887. Resources $1,370,427.14. SAFETY FIRST. Investors in this association get the benefits of the following requirements of the laws of Nebraska under which it is operating: First. The association Ib required to invest only in first mortgages on real estate or tho stock of this associa tion. Second. Such investments aro non-nogotiablo 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. The association is subject to the supervision of the State Banking Board, How well the interests of the investors in this as sociation have been safeguarded is evidenced by the fact that in tho moro than thirty three years of its operation not one dollar has been lost. T. C PATTERSON, BESSIE F. SALISBURY, President. Sccrotary. iRiiiiii those Ami- AIN PILLS" if "I don't need them very often, but when I do, I nccu mem quicK. Unc or two and the pain is gone." Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills will relieve you quickly and safely no unpleasant after effects no danger of form ing a drug habit. Next time you pass a drug store stop in and get a box. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills contain no habit forming drugs. Your Druggist Has Them.