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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1914)
. COUX'JT TltEASUJtEH
of Lincoln County, Nebraska
From Jan. 1st, 101 1 to July 1st, 1011.
ALIJJ2KT Dl'JtMX, County Treasurer.
Cash on hand Jan. 1st, 1914 $107,903.55
To 1900 and prior tax colected 9.78
To 1911 iax collected 108.03
To 1912 tax collected 808.19
To 1913 tax collected 139,379.19
School land principal 3,224.00
School land interest 4,020.43
School land rental ,..-. 2,371.11
Miscellaneous county general 4,921.29
Miscellaneous county bridge 144.75
Miscellaneous Keith & Lincoln county irriga
Deposit interest 2,021.02
Fines - 10.00
Jo. sale of JBirdwood Bridge Bonds 15,193.41
To state apportionment 8,794.52
To automobile licenses 542.00
To inheritance tax . 219.09
To Road Refunds 517.80
M f DISBURSEMENTS
County general 22,877.97
Coyote warants 683.00
Commissioners' District No. 1 475.05
Commissioners' District No. 2 1,148.38
Commissioners' District No. 3 875.98
District roads 12,420.05
County bridge 0,114.55
Jury warrants 551.20
Special county road . "..... 15.00
State special building , 3,280.84
State normal ,.'.,; , 3,718.26
State bridge '. t ..'... . 1,050.62
State school principal ..'...".. '.... 2,0.35.44
State school interest '. .-. . f .vr? ....'. 8,295.99
State school rental -. .,' 5.1G5.50
General ;..,...'. 62,028.98
Bond : 3,067.61
Special ; , 10.91
' Judgment : waEKs vMiiK& y ::? A'27
Platte Valley 23,300.00
Suburban Interest and bonds 3,109.00
Suburban general 1,300.00
Keith & Lincwln county interest and bonds 2,049.00
Keith & Lincoln county general 2,120.00
Birdwood general , .1,050.00
Birdwood interest and bonds 732.00
CITY OF NORTH PLATTE
General . . . , 2,452.48
Fire department r 2,449.70
Sewer maintenance ; 571.79
bower bonus and interest . 981.00
Water bond and interest '. 1,460.12
Balance on hand 133.699.S5
State general (overdraft)
State bridge .-.;..
State special university building . . .
State normal school
State school land principal
State school land interest
State school land rental '.
County commissioners No. 1 ,
County commissioners No. 2
County commissioners No. 3
County court houso bond
County jail bond and interest
County South Platte bridge bonds
County funding bonds
County North Platte bridge bonds
County soldiers' relief
County outstanding indebtedness
County advertising ;
District roads , . . . .
Suburban irrigation bonds and interest . '. .
Suburban irrigation general
Keith & Lincoln county irrigation general
Keith & Lincoln county irrigation interest
Birdwood irrigation general
Birdwood Irrigation interest
Eureka bridge bonds 2,133.19
Hershey bridge bonds .'.'. ...... . 6,0G0.9G
Bostwick bridge bonds 1,658.67
Birdwood bridge bonds 1.866.26
Birdwood bridge construction .M 15,193.41
District school v.V? . 36,075.20
District school bonds : 10,482.30
District school building '. 1,262.57
District school special 78.48
District school judgment (overdraft) 47.76
District school high 6.967.60
water" and fire department
sewer bonds and interest.
North Platte water bonds and interest . .
North Platte city park
North Platte library
Platte Valley irrigation 2.994.13
Brady t - 3G.53
Condemnation ; 123.81
Miscellaneous Fees 2,307.63
Fines and licenses 29.50
Special county road 3,413.21
Special county bridge 209.45
Tax sale and redeemption 803.22
Deposit interest .'. 6,764.54
Special side walk
Special survey . . .
I, Albert N. Durbin, Treasurer of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, do swear that to the best of my knowledge and be
lief, the above is a true statement of all the funds of the
Treasurer's office of Lincoln county, Nebraska.
ALBERT N. DURBIN,
STATE OF NEBRASKA
County of Lincoln
Subscribed, and sworn to before me this 21st day of
July, 1914. C. W. YOST,
We do hereby certify that the above statement of Al
bert N. Durbin, County Treasurer of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, is a complete and accurate summary of all his col
lections and disbursements as treasurer of said county,
from the first day of January, 1914 to the first day of July,
We further certify that each collection has been cor
rectly enteredand the vouchers and other items of credit
were in proper form and correctly entered and vouchers
were received by the Chairman of the Board of County
Commissioners and the footings were verified by us and
found to be correct, and the above statement of balances
agrees in every particular with said accounts in' said Coun
ty treasurer's general ledger.
D. B. WHITE.
E. H. SPRINGER,
Lincoln County hab-'np bonded indebtedness.
ItlcCIuro Lciuck For Wisconsin
Hugh McClurc, who has been pitch
ing for tho North Platte Independents
this month, left Wednesday afternoon
for Wisconsin where he 1b employed
next year as Instructor of manual
training In a high school. McGlure's
work has been much appreciated by
local fans and ho may rest assured
that ho will bo always welcomed In
North Platto. Pitcher Bailey of Grant
has been secured to take McCluro's
place on tho pitching staff. Mr.
Bailey Is some spit-ball artist and has
also had a succssful career on the
Some other changes havo been
Hindu In the lineup for the game
Sunday with Willow Island. Halligan
has beon put back to third and Pierce
has beon put on first. Tho boys have
beon showing up flno In practise and
a fast game is anticipated for Sunday.
Some other changes iu the lineup can
also bo expected In the near future as
some new materlnl has recently been
Cured of Indigestion.
Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana,
Pa., was bothorod with indigestion.
"My stomach pained mo night and
day," sho writes. "I would foel
bloated ami havo headache and
belching nftdV eating. I nlso suf
fered from constipation. My daugh
ter had used Chamberlain's Tablets
and they did her so much good that
sho gave mo a few doses of them
and insisted upon my trying them.
Thoy holpcd mo as nothing elso has
done." For Bale by all dealers..
Local and Personal
. W. H. Blalock of tho Blalock feed
store was offered a position with the
Union Pacific company this week. Mr.
Blalock was with the company for a
number of years and resigned early
last spring to go into business for
William II,. Plummer, Mrs.. Ella R.
Roberts and Paul Roberts of the Max
well vicinity wero visiting in tho city
yesterday on business in connection
with tho estato matters of tho late
Geo. W. Roberts. Thoy were named
In tho will ns executors of tho estate
and they wore appointed yesterday by
Tho Orton-Welngand-Kanauff com
pany purchased a large harvesting
outllt this week ami nro moving It out
to their fields to harvest sweet clover.
Tho outfit consists of n 15-30 gas trac
tion englno and flvo reapers,. Tho
men havo over two thousand acres of
sweet clover to harvest and they will
run tho flvo reapers together with tho
engine. Tho reapers consist of three
Dueling binders nnd two of tho old
style McCormick reapers.
Mutual Building & Loan Association
Assets May 1st. 1914, SG13.998.75
To supply the demand for approved
loans this association will issue a
limited amount of its paid up stock.
This stock pays six per cent interest.
Interest paid semi-annually. No belter
or safer investment can be found for
For SnloMy household goods.,Call
at residence mornings, or phono J.
F. Claubaugh, 204 W. 2nd St. G3-4
Wanted Girl to work for board and
room. Phono black 197. 52t2pd
Frank McGovorn returned yesterday
morning from Denver where ho went
last week for visit of several days
with relatives and friends and' to at
tend tho Elks' convention. Mrs. Mc
Govern and Misses Edna and Allco
Sullivan, who accompanied him thoro,
remained for a more extended visit.
Setero Attack of Colic Cured
E. E. Cross, who travels in Virgin
la and other southern states, was
taken suddenly and sovorely ill with
colic. At tho first store ho came to
tho merchant recommended Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. Two doses of it cured
him. No ono should leave homo on
a Journey without a bottlo of this
preparation. For sale by all dealors.
Demonstrating Auto Jloncr
A machlno not seen in this section
of tho country before, Is bolng dem
onstrated today on tho alfalfa field
directly west of tho Kenwood park,
In tho southwestern part of tho city.
Tho machlno is called an auto mower,
being a regular mowing machlno op
orated by gasollno power. Weighing
ubout 500 pounds and run by an eight
horso powor englno, tho machlno cov
ers about twonty-flvo acros per day at
a cost of about sovcnty-flvo cents
Tho machine being demonstrated here-
carries a seven-foot mower bar, while
othors carry an eight-foot. Kearney
Six men ultli binders and four-horse
ton 111s. (hie man -itli references to
take charge of the (,'unir.. Address,
D. 31. LKYl'OLDT. or
Cltf II. L. PENNINGTON.
Lowest in the World
Here are the actual prices paid for service per
telephone per year in five leading European
countries having government ownership, taken
from official reports and translated into Amer
Austria 1 24.9G
Germany .- ..... 22.69
The average is $29.58 against an average of
$30.45 charged by the Bell System in America;
but remember, in Austria $1.00 will buy what
requires $2.00 in the United States in payment
of wages and the purchase of necessities; in
Belgium the ratio of prices as compared with
the United States is about $1.00 to $2.32, in
France $1.00 to $1.48, in Germany $1.00 to $1.50
and in England $1.00 to $2.28.
When the efficiency of the service is consid
ered and when the, jjelative cost of producing
the service is computed, American telephone
rates are by far the oheapest in the world.
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE COMPANY
A Matter of Judgment
Deacqn Jones' goat 'as king of Jonesville until the railroad
came. He had butted everything into immediate flight, from the
yellow dbg to the tax collector. The day the first express came
tearing in at thirty miles an hour, the goat met the engine "half
way.' As the deacon stood thoughtfully amid a "shower of goat
remnants" a friend said:" "Well, deacon, what do you think of your t
goat now? "Oh" said the deacon, "I admire his courage but -damn
The man who reasons that all lumber is alike because it
LOOKS alike, has several more thinks coming. There is a diff
erence in lumber a big difference, as you can readily see by com
paring our fine grad6$ih others, yi We refuse to accept any
thing from the mariufacturerlftHa'tfs below our high standard of
quality, artd when it comes to lumber, shingles, plaster, cement,
etc., there's not another yard in these pahs can give you the
values that we can.
Show your good judgment anyway, by seeing us before buy
ing. CiF. Iddings Company,
North Platte, Nebraska.
IDLE . MONEY
For funds that you will not uso for a few
Months, we issue Time Certificates of Deposit
which bear interest at 4 percent.
In this way your funds which are temporar
ily idle, can be made profitable.
We will be glacT to explain the plan more
fully to you, if ybu will call.
McDonald State Bank,
North Platte, Nebraska.
CHAS. McDONALD, President
WM. H. McDONALD. Cashier W. E. STARR, Ass't Cashier
The Enjoyment of Horn
Is not complete to the ono who
smokes unless he is a user of oureigara.
Our hand made cigars are made of the
best tobacco, under sanitary conditions,
and are a local product that warrant
their'use. If you are not smoking our
cigars, try them.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
Secure 11 life policy In the Mutunl
Life Co, of Sew York. Let us tell
j 011 how dividends nearly pay pre
Hilling. UUATT & GOOIttlAS,
Wanted A good soaking rain. Ad
dress Ax. Farmer, Lincoln county.
Lots In Taylor's and Graceland ad
ditions are selling every day to people
who are building homes. For terms
seo HOLLMAN & SEBASTIAN,
Mrs. B. S. Hogg is reported quite
ill at her homo on South Vino street
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