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NORTH PLATTE SEMl-WEEKLY THIBUNE
it 'V 4 V CAR That the lightness of the Business . Car is united to great strength is proven by the splendid service it is rendering everywhere under widely varying conditions. The lightness of the car keeps t) gas and oil costs down, and its sound construction renders repairs infrequent. . V. ROM1GH, Dealer WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY SALVATION' AltttT OWICElt VISITS i.ixroux coinm advisoky K0A1U INTEUKST1NU ITEMS I'ltOM EX. C1IAXUES WHICH UEACH Ot'U DESK. L.jsiinTOuiunnknuniimiiiiiuuirv-Ttdiv . VOW OH AGAINST It la reported that North IMatto !b to havo a now $100,000 theatro built Uils summer. Tho opening ot Simony plcturo showB will also bo voted on at tlio spring election. Wo bollovo tho majority ot tho pcoplo In small towns In tho county would wolconio Sunday plcturo shows at the county scat. Brady Vindicator. AHMAD OP US The formnn for tho Jlonnlngsun Engineering Co. arrived tho first of tho week to b,cgln work on tho laying ot tho extension wator mains ot which thoro nro to bo about twenty blocks. Tho well for tho auxiliary pumping plant wub put In last fall and the pump houso Is ready. Tho wator mains will bo completed Insldo of sixty days and tho auxiliary plant will soon be In oporatlon. Gothenburg Times. TO MJILiD SCHOOL Tho Plntto Valley school district, In which Uioro has been considerable controversy for tho past year or bo, over tho location of tholr now Bchool building, has finally got togoUior and will robulld on tho old slto whero tho old building stood when It was burn ed. They havo accepted tho plans of Mr. Holtgren, tho Horshey architect, and will cnll for bids, a copy of which will appear In tho noxt Issuo of tho Times. Hcrshey Times. PRICE FOR 1JEETS As near an can" bo learned at this time tho prlco per ton for beets this year will bo as follows: Tho sliding scalo contract which will bo offered will provide for n pay- tnunt of 7fio per ton abovo the avorngo prlco per 100 pounds of sugar of tho 1021 crop. Minimum prlco ?5.bo per ton. The Hat rafb contract will bo $6.50 per ton. It is said that tho price of labor this year will be $25.1 Sutherland Courier. Commandant Alfrclda Swanson of tho Iowa-Nobraska Division ot tho Salvation Army wns In North Platto tho last ot tho wook for tho purpose ot settling up tho home scrvjeo campaign In Lincoln County for 1920. Whllo alio was hero a meeting of tho Advis ory Board was hold and T. O. Swon son, treasurer was lntsructcd to send tho bnlanco on hand to J. D. Gamblo Omaha, who Is treasurer of tho Ne braska state fund. Tho Commandant explained that tho Salvation Army Uoscuo and Maternity Homo will bo orccted on tho Ex-Governor Sanders property. Sho stated that this homo .Is placing from S3 to 85 out ot each hundred girls that It shelters in tlio tlmo of need into responsible posi tions whero they 1111 their places in a creditable manner. "Tho llalvntlon Army Is very grateful to ho advisory board and to tho people of Lincoln County for tho generous support of Its work In mondlng broken humanity," said tho Commandant. BABY CHICKS AND HATCHING EGGS LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mis3 Irene McVaney went to Kear ney Saturday to spend tho ureek end with her parents. Jack Norris returned to Lincoln whero ho attends tho stato university after spending the week end with friends in tlio city. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weir returned Friday evening from Pocatollo, Idaho where they spent threo weeks with their son Dr. Georgo Weir. When in North Piatt stop at the Now Hotel Palace and Cafe. You will be treated well. B8tf Miss Johnson, of tho Grand Island Marinello Shop, camo Saturday and will spend ten days taking instruc tions In marcelling ut the local M.nri- neiio parlor. Tho lack of people painting results In thousands of dollars in loss evory year. Stop that loss by tho uso of a few dollars worth of paint applied in time. Got the right paint for tho right 1 purpose at Duko & Overn Wall Papor & Paint Store, Phono 270. THE FAT OF THE LAND. Are you gettng it? Houso rent at $50.00 per month .for 5 years and you havo $3,000 in doad chocks or receipts. The landlord has tho deed, and you aro still sticking, around town figuring tho Interest at 10 on that $3,000 you never had in a lump sum, but which you have donated to your landlord and havo nothing to show for it. DON'T DONATE ANY LONGER'. DON'T FIGURE INTEREST ON MONEY UNLESS YOU HAVE THE CASH ON HAND. Better let us figuro with you on a now homo built to suit you, or some of the Bargains we have to of fer. THE IIOLLMAN & SEBASTIAN AGENCY. For somo months, the railroad com pany has been aftor this point aa a noon stopping placo for tho two pas senger trains, situated as it is 115 miles from ono terminal and 114 from thp other. Tho main thing In tho way has been to got somo ono to food the folks. This will give Wallaco four public eating places. It means, also, moro arrows pointed In this direction. Wallace Winner. White Leghorn, Slnclo-comb Rhode Island Reds, Uarrctl Rocks and Whlto Wyandottes. Hatching eggs $1.50 for 15; $8 for 100. Baby chicks $20, $22.50 and $27.50 for 100 chicks. Poultry Department, Experimental SubBtatlnn, SPECIAL PIANO BARGAIN Wo havo a high grade piano stored in North rintto which must bo sold Will greatly sacrifice prlco for quick saio to savo expense. Terms glvon rcsponslblo porson. Go oxamlno It. Writd us offer. All Information glvon by writing Tho Denver Music Com puny. Denver, Colorado. WATER Yt'AUON STILL TO UK KT THE JOll HUT WTH A NEW IHIIVEH. The street sprinkler wagon has bee, bought from John Koontz by Dave combcr. Ho wll give a aovon day bot vlco at tho name prices that havo pre vailed during tho past few ycarB uul promises to bo us careful as ho c not to splash up things that should t bo splashed. Mr. Koontz has giro tho bUHtucs.4 men good servlco and fa will ho missed oif hot, dusty summrc days, but Mr. Macombcr will bo vm. hand to tako his placo. FOR TRADE Fine clean stock ot Furniture, Stoves, Hardware, Grocorlos, Hoihw Furnishings. Best monoy maker (a town. Will trndo for canyon 1. southonst of North Plntto. See ECHELBERRY, 104 Front Street Ycomon, Anniversary Member, ship Campaign Object 1W Jfembors by March 10th. WORK AND WIN Sco nny Yeomen. Phono 930W or 828. WATCH WHO WINS J. M. BARTON Somerset, Nebr, BREEDER OF Registered Heref ords Choico Pure Bred Stock for Sale, Priced Right. :o::- Miss Paulino Silver returned to her homo in Columbus Saturday aftor visiting Miss Francis Cross. Wo now havo in stock tho largest assortment of new high grade wall papor over brought to North Platte. Come in nowjand make your selection whllo the lino is unbroken. Wo can surely pleaso you. Duko & Ovron. Wall Paper & Paint Store, Phono 270. ROBERT A. PHILLIPS Plumbing and Heating All work entrusted to mo will rccolvo my personal supervi sion. Rcsidonco and shop 1303 IX E. Cth Street Tolophono 458J. H GOLF Plans are going forward for mak ing tho F. II. Rice pasture west of Lako Holon, Into a nlno hole golf courso of 3,250 yards, tho placo hav ing been used fonnorly by golf plny ors In its natural state. Tho work Is under tho auspoces of tho nowly or ganized Country Clilb, which has tho following officers: J. C. Holmes, pres ident; Dr. E. C. Stovonson, vice-president and C A. McVlckor secretary treasurer. Those who deslro to join may secure membership cards at tho Gothenburg Pharmacy from tlio sec rotary. Gothenburg Independent. BASE BALL Tho Board of Directors of tho Sid ney Base Ball Association met Monday for tho purposo of starting tho hall rolling for a good baso ball team for tho coming year. It was decided Jo put out a club that would be a credit to our city, aftor considering tho advertising that Sid ney received last year from having a good team. It was tho sentiment of tho meeting that wo should havo as good or a hotter team than last year. Other surrounding towns nro putting fnst clubs Into tho Hold and In ordor to keep pace It will bo necessary to rnlso about ton thousand dollars.--Sldnoy Telegraph. WHERE AVE EAT E. B. Spencer of tho Wullaco Lumber rTnninnnv nrtvROH that ho linB tllO plcdgo of tho railroad officials that tho now schedulo will show unit mo passenger trains will meet at Wallace for tho dinner period. A railroad restaurant is to lo built between tho dopot and the Farmers' Stato Bank, frnntliwr llin n.'lHt to llCCOinillodatO tllO hunkry raveling public. Tho building Is to bo put up and owned ny mo win laco Lumber Company, to bo 24x10 feet In size. Sale !ig Combination Will bo held on the l'airview Dairy Farm, two miles west of North Platte, on Wednesday, March 9th, Commencing -it 1 o'clock sharp, we will sell tho following property, to-wlt: 26 Head of Horses and Mules Consisting of 12 mules from 3 to 4 years old, most ot them broko;'ono team of black maroo, well matched, coming 7 years old, weight 2700' ono team of mares, coming 8 years old; ono team marcs, black and bay, weight 2300; six head of horses ranging from 5 to 10 years old; two colts coming 2 years old. 29 Head of Cattle Consisting of 12 good milk cows, some fresh nnd tho others will bo fresh soon. 4 heifers will bo fresh by tho first of April, 3 steers, 4 cnives and the rest are stock cattle. 5 HEAD OF HOGS Farm Machinery, Etc. 4 wagons, truck, 2 listers, 5 cultivators, C hay mowers, 2 discs, two row, harrow, 2 hay rakes, 3 plows, buggy, hayrack, baling rack, 3 sweeps, 2 stackers, now beet puller, 3 grindstones, 7-foot Dooring binder, 14-foot runner drill, feed grinder and Ford attachment, 200 rods of hog wlro, 7 sets of harness, saddle, Ford car, Oakland Six car. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Piano, couch, bookcase, 2 heating stoves, table, refrigerator, oil stove, 2 cupboards, bed, cream separator, 3 In cubators. Othor tilings too numerous to montlon. TERMS OF SALE All sums at $20 and under cash, on sums over $20, C months tlmo will bo glvon on bankablo papor bearing 10 per cent Interest from date of sale. FREE LUNCH AT NOON PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction at my farm VA miles southwest of BIgnoll and 13 miles southeast of Nnrth Platto. on Wednesday,. March 16, 1921 Commencing at 1 O'clock 39 Head of Cattle Ono thoroughbred Short Horn bull, 5 years old; C milch cows, one fresh now, two will bo fresh soon; 8 holfers, 3 years old, will bo fresh this spring; 3 heifers 2 years old; 4 helfors 1 year old; 7 steers 1 year old; 10 calves. 11 Head of Horses Grey marovwclght 1100; bay horso 3 years old, weight 1100; 2 hay horsoi, 3 years i old, weight 2100; bay maro, weight 950; bay horso 5 years old, wolght 1300; 2 bay horses, 7 years old, weight 2400; brown maro, 4 years old, weight 1150; brown horso. 5 years old, wolght 1200; black maro 4 years old, wolght 1300. Farm Machinery Boss hay stackor, Boss sweep. John Deere two-row cultivator, Me. Cormlck grain binder, McCormick 5 ft. mowor, C ft. alfalfa cultivator, 12 ft. broadcast seeder, one-row stalk cuttor, potato digger, breaking plow, 1-holo corn shollor, harrow truck, tank hoator, hog rack, hay rack, wagon and box, spring wagon, two sots work harnoss. orcnm separator and other article too numerous to mention. Fit EE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS OF SALE All sums of $20 and undor caah; on sums ovor $20. 8 months tlmo will bo given on bankablo papor bearing 10 per cent interest from dato of sale. PELL, Owner. PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will sell at Public Auction 24 miles north west of North Platte, on Sec. 34, Twp. 17, R. 32, Monday, March 14, 192 i, Commencing at 10:30 o'clock 20 HEAD OF HORSES 20 5 HEAD OF CATTLE S FARM MACHINERY, ETC. USUAL TERMS. .FREE LUNCH AT NOON. Young Bros., Owners. ED. KIERIG, Auctioneer. RAY C. LANGFORD, Clerk. SPECIAL SALE OF ,000 MILE GUARANTEED TIRES 30x3 $10.60 31x4 $17.60 . 30x3 12.60 33x4 22.30 32x3 '4 16.70 34x4 23.00 We have just made a very fortunate purchase of tires at less than manufacturers cost, which enahlcs us to make these prices which are ahout half the regular list and no war tax. You Get the Advantage of Our Large Buying Power ADAIR-LEE RUBBER CO. Three Stores; North Platte, Omaha, Malvern, Iowa 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 undor which It Is operating: First. The association is required to Invest only in first mortgages on real estate or the stock of this associa tion. Second. Such Investments are non-negotiable 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 Stato Banking Board. How well the interests of the investors in tills as sociation havo been safeguarded Is evidenced by tlio fact that In the moro than thirty three years of its operation not one dollar has been lost. " ' T. C. PATTERSON, President. 11ESSIE F. SALISBURY, , Secretary; COL. H. 31". JOHANSEN, Auctioneer. F. C. PIELSTICKER, Clerk. ED. KIERIG, Auctioneer. R. C. LANfll'ORI) Clerk.