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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
LOCAL AM) PEltaONAL
iWIsh Anna Lynn, o Gothenburg,
shopped In the city Saturday.
The Misses Carlson, of Loxlneton,
Bhoppod In the city Saturday.
Lawrence I'ayno roturncd Saturday
from a short visit In Ogullalu.
Thomas Qrcon loft Friday evening
lor Omaha to transact business.
Misses Helen McCoy and Allco Gu
on, of Julosburg, shopped In the city
Saturday.
"Wedding Blues'' is much bottor
than tho namo infers. Dixon's Music
Shop.
Ira Block, of Sutherland, transacted
business In tho city tho lattor part of
Vrn week.
Do you havo the "Broadway Ulues?"
II you havo not, stop In at Dixon's
MubIo Shop.
Harry Jones will loavo today for
Lincoln to attend the stato baskotball
fcmrnamont.
Miss Helen Flynn, of Horshoy, spout
tko week end as the guest of Miss
Jfyelyn Loypoldt.
Mrs. L. I. Bailor and children loft
Saturday for Lincoln where they will
yiat rolatlvcs for a week.
Mrs. J. A. Hallbeck, who has been
tho guest of Mrs. Choa. Sandall, loft
far hor homo In Lincoln Saturday.
Mrs. Earl Broman roturncd to her
aomo In Axtoll Saturday attor visiting
hor Bistor Mrs. Edward Codorburg.
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
North Platto Floral Co. Flowors.
W. Twelfth Street Phono 1023
Wo deliver and ship anywhero
A baby boy was born tho first of
last week to Mr. and Mrs. Davo Day at
Lincoln, Nobr. Davo Day is tho son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Day of this city
and was a former rosldont here.
To whom aro your going to boII your
Hay and Grain? Tho Harrington Mer
cantile Co. will offer tho highest
prices. 04tf
Lot us boIvo your paint problems.
Our oxporlonco ns practical painters
l worth dollars to you. Wo will soil
you tho right paint for tho right pur
eo at the right prlco. Duko & Ovrcn
Wall Paper and Paint Store, Phono
370.
Stop The Fly Pest
by Using
Kreso DijrNo. 1
IBTANOAROIZCOI
To Make a Gpod Fly Spray Us
2 nil Kino Dip No. I
4 oi C.TInmffd Oil
2 ot, ( I Tat
B.I W-itn
Mil anil apply with a (prayer.
Krcso Pif. Ko. t kill Lice, Milea, Fleai anil
SSipp. TkIiji hl llm hnlliij of CuU.
'Vr-.tclw. arul crnnn n mu (.'.jiibU, on til
'ntln n'.n
ft San'ta't l'o t'ot iwtknt ll )t 'holM4
ail olliar co.itai.ouv diujuii.
Gjaii For ft'l Uvji Stock and Poultry
onv to use rrri:i:tir . ccouomicu
'Vrit or ! (01 Fffio ttu Uln on l.ivcatot
W iUie and ftm Saiuutin.i
3.;y llroea Dtp NO. t In Orlalnal Psrkauei
Joseph H. Stone
Druggist North Platte
.
PUBLIC SALE
Having docldcd to niovo to Colorado, 1 will sell at Public Auction on
tho Plzor & Ilalllgnu Ranch, 2 miles east of tho Stnto Farm, on
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1921,
Tho following described property, consisting of
23 HEAD OF HORSES 23
Team of black liorHOS. 8 years old, wt, 3G00; toum of black horses, 7
years old, wL 3200; toam grey horses, 7 yoara old, wt. 3200; team
bay and black horsos, 0 and 7 yoara old, wt. 3300; toam brown and
bay horses 0 years old, wt 2C00; team bay and grey horaos, G
years old, wt, 2000; toam brown and black mares, 7 yoara old, wt
2900; toam groy horsoB, 0 years old, wt 2G0O; toam groy maros, C
years old, wt 2100; toam bay and black mares, 4 years old, wt
2200; bay horso, 3 years old, wt 2300; black horso, 3 yoara old, wt.
130Q; paddlo mnro, 7 years old, wt. 1100.
FEW HEAD OF HOGS 5 DOZEN CHICKENS
FARM MACHINERY, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC,
Push hay stacker, push, thrco Champion hay swoops, two 12-ft Mc
Cormlck hay rakoB with tonguo trucks comploto, four G-ft McCormlck
mowora, 12-ft McCormlck push binder, 7-ft. Dcoring push binder, two
row John Dcoro lister, two-rof- John Doore cultivator, two-row, John
Deero lister cultivator, two-row, new, now 4,soctlon harrow, ono-row
corn plow, Samson 10x20 tractor, Samson plow for tractor, Sandwich
hay prcos, with onglno comploto, Lightning hay prosa for belt powor,
throo 4-lnch tiro wagons, good as now, four 3-lnch tiro wagons, two
hay racks, ton balo racks, bob Bled, Mod grlndor, hog liouso, bunk
house 14x20, 2 pumps comploto, two stool tanks, throo pump Jacks, flvo
grind stones, two heating stovos, emnll cook otovo, four wagon boxes, 3
h. p. Fairbanks gas cnglno, soma ptpolng and shop tools, ton sots of
heavy work harness, 8 sots of fly nota, somo household furnlturo nnd
other articles too numerous to montlon.
SALE COMMENCES AT NOON. FREE LUNCH AT II O'CLOCK.
TERMS OF SALE All Bums of $20 and under cash, on sums oror 20,
6 months timo will bo glvon on bankablo papor boarlng 10 per cent In
terest from dato pf sale.
EARL MORRISON, Owner.
COL. n. X. J0HAJK8KN, AcU W. H. XcDONALB, Clerk.
WHAT Till: CAMP FIIIK GIRLS
STAND FOIL AS SHOWN IN
Til Bllt CALL TO SERVICE
Camp Fire Is an organlznton of girls
who live near enough togcthor bo that
thoy can work and play together read
ily In each other's homes.
Camp Fire Is an organization for
finding tho romance, tho beauty and
ndvonture In evoryday life. It makes
tho homely tank contribute to the joy
of dully living.
Camp Flro Olrls learn to share to
work togcthor, to play together. Moth
ers ad daughters are holpcd to a bet
tor uudcrsaudlng of each other
through tho sharing , not only of the
task, but of ho Interest by working
togcthor. Boys nnd girls find wholc
Bomo, Interesting things to do to
gether, and girls learn the Bplrlt of
team work and fellowship with each
other.
Camp Flro alms to develop the homo
spirit nnd mako it domlnalo tho llfo
of tho ontlro community. It Is an or
ganlzd band of girls, rather than a
mission to them.
It uses beautiful ceremonies, has an
appealing ritual and bases rank and
honors upon personal attainment
Thcro are attractlvo ceremonial cos
ttlmeH, honor beads and decorations.
It interprets tho things of dally llfo In
tonus of pootry, symbolism, color and
linagluaton.
Tho ovcrydny character of tho at
tainments for which honors aro
awarded aro Indicated by the follow
ing oxamplcB:
Parlclpatlon In tho carrying out of
a party or hlko, at which there aro at
loaat an many others (cithers boys or
girls) us thoro aro Camp Flro Girls.
Cooking throo common vegetables
each In thrco ways.
Marketing ono week on two dollars
per person.
Taking tho entire care of ono room
for ono month, UiIb to Includo sweep
ing, dusting, washing of windows, caro
of flowers or plants, anu wnatover
may contrlbuto to tho attractiveness
of tho room.
Caring for a baby for an average of
an hour a day for a month.
Swimming ono hundred yards.
Tramping forty miles In any ton
dnys. ,
Knowing tho planotB rind seven
constellations and their stories.
Taking a dozon photographs, de
veloping nnd printing them.
Trimming a hat.
Filling a regular position for four
months, earning ten dollars a week or
less.
Saving ton per cent of our allowance
for threo months.
Thoro aro upward of 300 of thoso
honors, which aro grouped under tho
following heads: Halth Craft, Camp
Craft, Naturo Loro, Homo Craft, Hand
Craft, Business and Patriotism. As
each girl recolves honors sho pro
grossos from rank to rank, and
Btrlvos to keep tho Law of tho Camp
Flro which Is to
Sook Beauty, Give Sorvlce,
Pursue Knowledge. Bo Trustworthy,
Hold on to Healh, Glorify Work
Bo Happy.
successful 'bubTness.
If you havo a farm, ranch or city
property to soil or exchange I can do
this If prlco Ih RIGHT.
List your deals with mo
E.
A. OLSON
Call 323
Evening 1130
!io:s
Tho Remington Typowrlter Co. has
placed on tho market a portable typo
writer with a suindard koyboard. This
llttlo mnchlno Is just tho thing for
homo use or light correspondence
Mr. Seoborgor of tho First Nntlonnl
Bank nnd Mr. Young of tho Dopot Cnfo
will bo UBors of this Romlngton pro
duct within tho next two or threo
wookB. Doscrlptlvo catalogue will ho
Bont upon roquost by nddrosslng L. T
Cory, Romlngton Typowrlter Co
Grand Inland, Nobr. Adv.
I Do All Kinds of
PLASTERING
Brick und TUo Work. See mc
for Prices.
A. 11. SMITH
803 W. Eleventh St.
LUMMHUfl(HMttMtmmilHUMUHHUH
(..... ..,...,..
HOSE COMB RHODE ISLAND l
REDS.
The breed of pleasuro and
profit. Known tho world over,
ns the best nil purpose breed.
Why not raise tho breed of
chickens that will give you tho M
greatest pleasure? j
Rhodo Island Reds havo all it
the qualities you love in a J
chicken; they aro docile, thor- it
ough, active and busy; thoy aro f
hardy and oaslly reared, and in
their Jot trimmed, glossy red it
coats, these kings and mucous of
poultrydom make pictures of j;t
beauty as they glow against tho 8
green grass and shrubbery. J
Why not ralso tho breed of if
chickens that will prove tho J
most profitable Investment? g
Rhodo Island Reds produce eggs
of good hatch ng qualities, the it
chicks aro sturdy and grow rap- f
nil, uiu imiiuin iiiuiuiu tauj,
and choice specimens aro pos
sessed of a deep, rich lustrous
red color at all ages. They arc
very easily bred to conform to
standard requirements nnd big Jj
prices aro obtained for them at ft
poultry shown as well as for i
ineir eggs ior nnicning. mui
vldual spoclmens have brought
as much ns $G00. Tho demand
for tho breed is enormous 'and
you can always dispose of your
surplus stock and eggs nt good
prices.
For guaranteed eggs from this
wonderful breed at reasonable
prices seo or wrlto Tho South
Park Poultry Yards.
J. II. VAN CLEAVE.
110 West Cth St ad 702 W. A St.
CHRISTMAS DAY IN AFRICA
Pretty Picture of a Charming Abode
In the Hills Above the Old
Town of Alger.
Christmas day In Africa I And
what a dream of beauty and color,
blue bcu, blue sky, groves of eucalyp
tus and oilve trees, climbing roses,
whltcrobed Arnb women closely
veiled, their eyes only showing, bnre
brown legs nnd feet, sometimes a sil
ver bracelet on one leg, donkey boys
with a nondescript, flowing garment, a
red fez on their heads; color every
where. Our vlllu Is charming, stands
In a little wood of eucalyptus trees,
with a big garden, bulcoulcs, terraces
and mnrble steps, large, high rooms
and lovely views on all sides, Mme.
Wnddlngton writes from Alglera to
Scrlbncr's. It Is quite In the coun
try, live or six kilometers' from Al
giers, very high up In tho hills. Very
few people live In the town ami the
whole hillside Is studded with villas.
Moorish almost all, dazzling white, flat
roofs and narrow windows. Quite at
tho top, where wo are, there aro some
very comfortnble Eastern modern
houses. I am writing at my window,
which gives on n terrace, from which
there la a divine view of the sea and
the snow mountains of the DJurJura,
miles away In Knbylle, and from one
corner through the faded drooping
leaves of the eucalyptus I have it
glimpse of the town of Algiers, lying a
long, whlto streak far below.
The drawing-room is a delightful
room runs all the width of the house,
with windows on throe sides, so that
wo always have the sun. The furnl
turo Is sketchy, not much of it, nnd
whnt there Is Is very ugly, but when
the Pnrls rases arrive, with a few
tables and ehnlrs and sliver, tho room
will look very different. There are
somo carpets In the house, which are
absolutely necessary, ns all tho floors
nro tiled. However, Charlotte Iiob
done, wonders with the monger mate
rial Bhe lms.
PUBLIC SALE
14 miles southeast of North Platte
and G miles southwest of Blgnell
Soc. 18, T. 12, R. 20, on
TUESDAY, MARCH 15th.
t HEAD OV HORSES
28 HEAD OF CATTLE
fiO Head of Shouts, weight about 75
pounds each. 10 Young Sows with pig.
FARM MACHINERY
Sale Commences at 1 p. in.
Froo Lunch at Noon.
Wm. La Plant & Son, Owner
COL. II. M. JOHANSEN, Aucl.
UNION STATE HANK, Clerk.
FOR SALE .
LeMaster Rooming House
21Qi E. Sixth St.
DBBBYBKSBY A FORBES,
L.iconBou ttmoaunors it
Undertakers and Funeral Director
it liar phone 41
H Night puoae Black 688
Iit-iJ.ilit.il.,.yi.,,.M.....M........,.,M.
W. T. PIUTCHAIID,
Graduate Veterinarian
Ex-overnment Veterln&rlaa aad ex
assistant deputy State Veterlaarlan
Hospital SIS SoBth Ylae Street
He9ltal Paaae Black 633
Hour Pboae Black C31
Spring Is Here
Come in and see our full line of
John Deere Implements
I The Leypoldt-Pennington Co.
FARM LOANS
Wo aro in tho market for Lincoln
r'niitifv ItVirm Imna. T.nnns closed
promptly. No delays. -
T. U. I'ATTJliU&UiS,
Room 2, B. & L. Building,
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Bo IT KNOWN: That wo, tho under
signed, do hereby In purBuanco of the
laws of tho Stato of Nobraska, assocl
ato oursolves togcthor as a body cor
porate In manner and for the purpose
herein aftor set forth.
I.
Tho name of this corporation shall
bo tho Platto Valley Poultry Breeders'
Association.
II.
Tho offices of theiassociation shall
bo kept in the city of North Platto, Ne
braska, und tho principal placo for tho
transaction of Its business shall be In
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
III.
Tho torm of tho existence of this
association shall bo twenty (20) years.
IV.
Tho Capital stock of this associa
tion shall bo one Thousand Dollars
($1000.00) divided Into shares of Ten
Dollara ($10.00) each, of which capi
tal stock at least Fifty Dollara ($50.00)
Bhall bo subscribed and fully paid be-
foro tho commencement of tho busi-
neBS of this association, nnd no stock
holder shall bo allowed to hold or bo
tho owner of moro than ono share.
V.
Tho object and general naturo of
tho business to ho transacted by this
association, and for which It la being
croated shall bo to placo on public ex
hibition or show, poultry for tho pur
pose of demonstrating and encour
aging poultry breeders to halse a high
er standard of poultry perfection and
ogg productions.
VI.
Tho business and affairs of this ns
soclnlon shall bo managed and direct
ed by a board of directors to bo elected
by tho stock-holders from among tholr
number and not othorwlse, which elec
tlon shall bo by ballot, each stock
holder having but ono vote, and which
election shall bo hold oil tho dato of
tho organization of this association,
which board of dlroctora shall elect
and chooso from their numbor a Proa
dent, Vlco-Prosldont, Secretary and
Treasurer, and all olectiona for direct
ors thoreaftor shall bo hold annually
on tho first Saturday of February at
tho offico of this association.
VII.
Tho Stock-holders at any annual
or special meeting election, may adopt
any by-laws for tho guldanco and di
rection of said board of directors' as
may bo deemed propor by a majority
of tho votes cast at such election, and
a majority of said board of directors
shall constitute a quorum to do busi
ness, nnd said Btock-holdors Bhall bo
ent'tled to ono voto only nnd tho right
to voto by proxy properly nuthontl
catod will bo lawful.
VIII.
Tho board of directors shall havo
tho gonornl mnnngoment of tho busi
ness of this nssocaton, and aro limit
ed in their authority as to contracting
any Indebtedness over and abovo tho
cash In tho Tronaury.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, Wo,
tho undoralgned Incorporators horoun
no sot our hands and affixed our sig
natures horeto this 25th day of Febru
ary, 1921.
John A. McDonald.
M. C. Rogers.
L. F. Simon.
R. II. Jandebour.
Edw. Walkor.
Arthur G. Art.
R. McFarland.
L. I. Tucker.
S. S. Mongol.
Frank Noel.
Oral Prophylaxis Mouth Hygiene
nOWABB YOST
Dental Surgeon
Phone 397 Twin era BIdg-
Manure Spreaders. Sulky Plows. Powor Lift
Listers, Harrows. Grain Drills and Wagons.
Ed Kierig,
Auctioneer.
General Farm Sates A Specialty, also
Ileal Estate References and Dates
First Natlonnl Bank.
Res. 400 East 3rd St.
Phone 919
Mrs. Sam Workman, March 8th, 0
miles west of North' Platte.
E. G. Nelson, March 9th, 11 miles
Northeast of Brady.
W. M. Pall, March 1C, 15 miles east
of North Platte.
J. A. Young, March 14, 24 miles
northwest of North Platto.
J. II. Johnson, March 17, 9 miles
southwest of North Platto.
Ralph Sopor, March 22, 8 miles
northeast or North Platte.
F. O. Johnson, 14 miles south qf
North Platte, March 23.
Scott Reynolds, March 29, 8 miles
southeaat of North Platto.
C. R. Swanaon, March 30, 17 miles
northcaat of North Platto on Bill
Ross' place.
DItS. STATES & STATES
Chiropractors
o, (i, 7 Building H Loan BuHdlag.
Offico Phono 70. Res. Phono 1241
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L . C . DROS T,
Osteopathic Physician.
North Platte, Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D.
Special Atteatioa Given to
Surcrery
McDonnld Bank Building
Office Phono 83 Residcace 88
MRS. M. HENRY GILFOYL
Teacher of
VOICE CULTURE
and the
ART OF SINGING.
Residence Studio: 108 West 3rd, City
GEO. B. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention Ghem to Surgery
nnd Obstetrics.
Office: Bulldlne tc Loan Building
Phones: Offico 130, Rosldenoo 116
ORDER FIXING CLAIM DAYS.
In tho Matter of tho Estate nt Nettle
A. Yoho, Deceased.
Now on thla 4th day of February,
1921, it is ordered by tho Court that
tho executors bo allowed ono year
from this dato In which to BOttlo Bald
Estate, and crodltora will ho allowed
until tho 8th day of Juno, 1921, to flle
tholr claims, attor said dato, claims
will ho forover barred. That on tho
8th day of March, 1921, and tho 8th
day ot Juno, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m.
of each of said days, tho court and
the Executors will attend at tho coun
ty court room In Bald county, to re
ceive oxainlno, hear, allow, and ad
Just claims. That notlco of this order
bo given creditors and all persona in
terested In said Estato by publication
of a notice for four succossivo weeka
Immediately preceding tho 8th day of
March, 1921, in tho North Platto Soml
Wookly Tribune, a logal seml-wookly
nowspaper printed and publiahod In
Lincoln CountyNebraBka.
(SEAL) "WM. H. C. "WOODHURST,
F8M4 County Judge.
Br. L. J. KttAUSE, Dentist. Mc
Donald Bank BuHdlag. Booms 8 ft 8.
Phoae 97. 42tf
DR. S. E. HUPFER
. Chiropodist and
Foot Specialist
FOOT COMFORT. ARCH
BUILDING.
Corns, Callouses, and Ingrowing Too
Nails Removed and Ulcers cured.
Bunions treated and all other Ail
ments of tho Foot.
OY1R CASH MEAT MARKET.
IJ.S.TWINEM.MD.
J.;
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Htstepa&k Physician & Surgeon
Geaeral Practice and
Ceaslmclion forgery.
ft Hespiul Accomodation
Platte Valley Hosptta. it
i.t
Fenter Name 'Twinem Hospital". l
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
VhW'
NORTH PLATTE
..General Hospital..
(Incorporated)
One Hall Block North ot Postoflice.
Phone 58
A modern institution for the
dentine treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement case.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
StafT:
Geo. B. Dent. M. D. V. Locas. M. D.
J. B. Redfield. H. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
Office 340
House 1257
DR. W. I. SHAFFER
Osteopath Physician
Over the Oasis. North Platte.
DR. J. IL McKLRAHAN
Practice Limited to Diseases of
lVomcn nnd Surgery
OVER REXALL DRUG STORE
Phonos Offico 113 Residence 205
DR. REDFIELD
Physician, Obstotrlctnn
Surgeon. X-Ray
Colls Promptly Amswcred Night or Day
Phone Office W3 Residence 076
DR. HAROLD FENTTER
Osteopath
Oter Hlrschfeld' ' .
Offico Phono 333 Res. Phone 1029

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