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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., MAY 9, L916.
CITY AND CdPKTY NEWS.
Harry Lawson left Sunday evening
for Omaha to remain a week.
Charles Hlrsch accepted a position
with the Tramp grocery yestorday.
Pred Myers, ol Sutherland, Is here
this week to take medical treatment.
The high school cadets will hold an
exchange at the Dorryborry & Forbes
store noxt Saturday.
The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
L. C. Sawyer, whoins been critically
111, Is greatly Improved.
Tho high school cadets will leave
about May 26th for Gothenburg to go
Into camp for a week or longer.
Conductor Dentler, of tho Denver
branch, has been oft duty for some
tlmo, being ill with carbuncles.
A fire at the Jesse Hlghbcrger ranch
on the Jack Morrow flats Sunday des
troyed some of his sheds and fences.
A baby boy was born Saturday af
ternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frlsbeo.
Mrs. Frlsbeo was formerly Miss Mac
Mrs. I. Wilson, of Montpellcr, Idaho,
came Saturday evening to vl3lt with
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph "Wilson for some
Mrs. C. S. Sawyer, Jr., and baby, of
Cheyenne, came down last week to
visit at the Sawyer homo for a couple
Mrs. C. R. Relff and daughter of
Omaha, came Saturday morning to vis
it Mr. Relff, who has his headquarters
In this city.
Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stone Drug
Orvlllo Brenneman, who has been
attending Bchool here, left the latter
part of last week for Lewelleen to
spend tho summer on a homestead.
The banquet which 'was to have been
held at the Vienna cafo tills evening by
the Volunteer lire department has
been postponed until Monday evening,
Clean Up Suit Salo, all Wool Suits
formerly priced, upto $37.50 now go
ing at $20.00. BLOCK'S.
Mrs. Gene Taylor, of Wgllfleet,.. and,
ulster Mrs, F. Miller, of Maywodd, who
visited friends here last week, left
Saturday evening for Omaha and other
Money to Loan on Real Estate,
BKATT, GOODMAN & BUCKLEY.
Mrs. J. Adkins and baby, of San
Bernardino, Cal., are visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson.
Mrs. Adkins was formerly Miss Emma
Johnson, of this city.
Clean Up Salo of All Wool Suite. All
our suits formerly sold up to $17.50
now $10.00. BLOCK'S.
Mrs. L. C. Hastings nnd .family ex
pect to leave shortly for California to
spend the summer,
Clyde McGee, who had been taking
medical treatment in town, returned
to his home in 'Stapleton Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frlsbeo are tho
proud parentB of a son who arrived
at their home, 402 oast Second street
Frank Albro age 27, of this city, and
Miss Iva Staples ago 21, of Hershoy,
were marrled Saturday afternoon by
County Judge French. Stephen Albro
and Mrs. Christina Staples were wit
nesses. Walter Sheporson returned Saturday
evening from Rochester, Minn., where
he accompanied his wife several weeks
ago to take medical treatment. Mrs.
Shoperson will remain there for a
A. V. Wortman, formerly of this city,
nnnr nnliHslinr nf thn Hebron Cham
pion, arrived yesterday and will remain
a few days visiting friends, witn hib
associate, Everett Kendall, ho Is mak
ing the Champion a very live paper
and a money-making proposition.
For Sale Nico 5 room house, easy
terms. ' H. A Bybee, caro Western
Ross Howard was tried In tho coun
ty court Saturday on tho charge of
taking money from Gaorgc McKane,
of Hershey. He wa3 bound over to
the district court in the sum of two
hundred and fifty dollars and furnish
There's a new hotel down at North
Platte which is 'mighty clasBy, and I
advlso you to stop over thore somo
night and visit the McCabe. You may
think I'm writing this for an adver
tisement, and maybe if I'd send a
nnnv tn thn manairer he woud take the
Mint and send one to tho Courier. But
I am not. It Is simply .because it
wmiifl Iia n first, class model for the
new hotel Goring is soon to have, yet
it In not sn lame built on a lot not
over fifty feet wide, in.sldc at that,
and I never saw a oener arrangeu,
neater, cleaner place. ' Nor do I think
it cost more man iwemy-uvu uiuuouuu
dollare. Gerlng Courier.
iVn Imve itli-ntv of money, on luuid to
rfoso lonns promptly. Lowest rales
of Interest and best terms.
29-tf BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
AN ELABORATE PHOTO PRODUCTION OF HALL
CAINE'S IMMORTAL NOVEL AND PLAY v
The Eternal City
WITH PAULINE FREDERICK.
MAY 10 and 11.
2 SHOWS 7:00 P. M. AND 9:00 P. M.
10 and 20 Cents.
(Me iiraaiiiiH m
Tho gas range truly takes all tho
trouble out of meal preparation.
If a the up to date, safe and sane
way of cooking.
Wo want you to see our assort
ment of gaa ranges. We'll explain
how economical they are, how easy
to cook with, how quickly they por
form their duty without smoko or
dust or ashes.
When you once use one you'll
wonder how you ever did without it.
North Platte Light & Power Co.
C. R. MOREY, Manager.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
For Rent 5 room modem house
closo in. Inquire of E. N. Ogicr.
Dr. Marie Ames was called to ML
Carroll, Illuols, last night by tho death
of her slater.
Coates' Beauty Parlors, latest Hair
Dressing. SOFT WATER Shampoo.
502 D,owey street. 33-3
Mrs. Ella Mae Lanyon loft last night
on a busines trip to Steamboat Springs
Colorado. She will return Saturday.
Tho P. E. O. will hold a plo Bale at
Rlnckcr's drug store Saturday, May
13th. Wholo pies wll bo sold and also
cut plo and coffeo will bo served. 33-2
Our $2.75 and $3.00 prices Include
tho largo transparent hat In all colors.
McVIcker Millinery, Tho Lcador.
Mr. and Mrs. Will McGlnloy, of
Boulder, came today to attend tho
wedding of Miss Jcsamino Flynn, a
niece of tho former.
Mrs. J. E. Nlslcy, 'who had beon sick
for a month with complicated stomach
trouble, was taken to tho North Platto
General hospital for treatment yes
Dr. Morrill, Dentist, McDonald Bank
The official canvass of the vote of
tho state at tho primary election gives
Keith Neville n majority of 13,640 over
C. W. Bryan. Sutton's majority over
McKclvIe was less than 900.
James Eddy, formerly of this city,
who has been residing in Ogalalla for
several months, visited hero this woek
while enroute to Chicago to accept a
A nuinlior of nrfi-nuntlnl showers
are being hold in Ogalalla for Miss
Grace Shelton, formerly of this city,
who will bo married to Lawrence J.
Carpenter early In June.
The dance and banquet which was
to bo held at tho Elk homo Thursday
evening has been postponed for one
week at which time the banquet will
be held at the McCabe hotel at 8:30,
The ladies of tho Episcopal Guild
will hold a busincs meeting in tho
hasement of the church Thursday af
ternoon nt 2:30. Immediately after
the business session a social will bo
Mrs. Morev. of Hastincs. snont Sun
day at the nomc cr nor son v. u,
Morey. Mrs. Morey leaves shortly for
New York City, where sho. will read
a paper before the annual conventtlon
ot,thc American Society of Arts, whloh
meets at uictioiei isior.
Bryan Owens was operated upon
for a very bad case of appendicitis at
tile City hospital Sunday morning,
and tills morning his condition is pro
nounced very critical. The appen
dix was found to be in a decomposed
condition and the system had ab
sorbed the poison.
Tho crying need of this section of
Nebraska Is rain. With considerably
loss than the normal precipitation in
April, and none so far in May, and with
high winds and a. hot sun for several
days past, the ground is. reaching that
condition which threatens tho fall
Wheat and unlrrlgated alfalfa.
Wanted Girl for general house
work. .Mrs. Clarence Tollefsen, Suth
On day last week a man represent
ing the engineering department of tho
Union Pacific visited North Platto and
looked up the title on ail property on
east Front street. This has given rise
to a report that the company desires
to purchase land in that part of town
but for what purpose we can't Imagine,
We are showing n line of misses'
hats. These are all tho now sum
mer ideas and this showing is cs
peclally for tho Girl Graduate Mc
VIcker Millinery, The Leader,
Noxt Saturday a half hundred pupil
of the city schools in charge of Miss
Murray and other teachers win make
an excursion into tho country to study
birds and the habits of the feathered
tribe. For several years past th
schools have been awakening in the pu
plls an Interest In birds with the 'result
that last year the boyB constructed and
placed about two hundred bird boxes
at the different homes.
We have always it few choice Flrnt
.Mortgage Loans to oner our patrons
netting 7 to byb Interest, not taxable
a look after all detail, even to col
Icctlng Interest and principal. Nothing
safer or better for your Idle money.
JlltATT, (JO OILMAN & ItUCKLKY.
The papers lately have been filled
with the mooted question in medical
ethics whether a doctor should light
for a life when death Is imminent or
when a clouded mind is a certainty in
case of recovery. The five part feat
ure, "Dr. Neighbor," shown at tho
Cystal Thursday night deals with this
subject and will doubtless Interest
many on account of tho timely topic.
With one comedy reel, making a six
reel program; the price will be 10c.
Frank Redmond has gone to Kan
sas City to accept a position .with tho
Union Pacific. Physicians recom
mended that Mr. Redmond for at least
six months work not to exceed live
hours a day. Under this recommend
ation he could not resume his position
of cashier at tho freight -house as that
position is a strenuous one. Applying
to tho Union Pacific for a temporary
position where tho work would bo
light and the hours short, ho was glv-
en tho berth nt Kansas City.
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F1KK. LHJHTNINU AND
We represent ten of the strongest
old Hue companies and have never
failed (o pay a loss. Let us write your
.Hit ATT, GOODMAN & HUCKLliY,
(iarluige Service Begins Today.
Tho garbage collector starts out on
his Initial round today and will mnko
tho trip onco n week. Only a small
proportion of householders havo so
far provided themsolvcs with cans, but
the number Is increasing daily.
Street Commissioner Salisbury said
this morning that as ho understood It,
tho deposits In tho gnrbago receptacles
must not lncludo ashes, tin enns or
liko rubbish, but must bo only tho
garbage that comes, from tho kitchen.
If this is true, tho collection will bo
very light, nnd In tho caso of small
families the servlco will bo nil, for tho
offal from tho kitchen practically
amounts to nothing nnd this Is par
ticularly true if chickens aro kept.
Tno Tribune s idea of this gnrbago
question Is that cvorpthltig that comes
from- a houso during the summor
Bhould bo deposited In tho receptacles,
whother It bo ashes, tin cans, or old
papors. Tako for lnstnnco a can of
corn; what would uttract moro files
than that empty can if thrown In a box
or barrel or In a corner of tho back
Wo believe that as tho people aro
paying for this servlco they have a
right to demand that nil garbago that
oomcs from a houso -but not from a
stable during tho summor months bo
All Players Report
The out-of-town players on tho
North Platto team havo arrived In town
and reported for duty. Catcher Ram
sey arrived tho early part of last
week, Pltchor Tottonhoff and Shortstop
Llndstrom arrived from Columbus Sat
urday; and tho snmo day Second Base
man Simons camo in from Stockvillo
nnd Pltchor Andrews nnd Third Base
man Roso arrived from Omaha. Ac
tive dally practlco begins this week.
Woninn'S' Qltib Tonight.
Secretary Fisher, of the Chamber of
Commerce, will meet this evening with
tho Woman's Club for tho discussion
of civic mattors. Tho meeting will bo
hold In tho basement of tho B. & L.
building and all club members arc
urged to attend.
; q " ;
Will Trade for City Property.
G40 acres farm and grazing land of
good qunlity. O. H. TIIOELECKE.
Mrs. Asa Snyder will entertain the
Entre Nous club Wednesday nftornoon
Premus Forstedt submitted to an
operntlon at tho City Hospital this
wok and is getting along nicely.
Mrs. John W. Baggott and son Del-
bcrt left the first of the week for Scat
tie, Wash., to spend several months.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Green nnd Miss
Nettle Green, of Burwoll, camo this
morning to attend tho Dornn-Flynn
ThC unmarried members of tho
Lutheran Brotherhood entertained the
mnrrled men nt tho parish house, last
Mrs. Emily Coates has moved her
beauty parlors temporarily froh the
First National Bank building to 505
IMartin Haun, who had been cm-
ployed at tho Howe & Malonoy furni
ture store, left recently for Detroit,
Michigan, to locate.
II. E. Hartley, who spent several
months In Billings, Mont., returned
here a few days ago and resumed work
with the P. F. E. Co.
Frank Doran, Charley Pass, Will
Landgraf and Will Maloney left last
night for ColumbuB to attend tho nn
nual tato convention of tho Knights
Weather forecast for North Platto
and vlolnlty furnished by tho loca. of-
tlco of the: U. S. weather bureau
Showero'J.onlght or Wednesday, cooler
Wednesday. Highest tcmporaturo yes
terday 81, a year ago G9 lowest last
night 50, a year ago 40.
For Sale or Trade.
12 lots, Block 28 in Julcsburg, Colo.
Will sell or trade for North Platto
proporty. HI Smith, G04 east Sixth St.,
North Platte, Neb. 30-4
F. J. niENEK & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance
Come and see us for town lota lh
different parts of the city. Good In
vestments on easy terms. Houses for
sale and rent. Wo have also good bar
gains in farms and ranches.
Cor. Front and Dowey Stu.. upstairs.
LOXH DISTANCE TOURING
WILL SET NEW RECORD
New York, N. Y. Tho health-giving
delights of long dlstnnco motoring and
its educational advantages in teaching
a knowledge of tho country nro going
to bo moro appreciated than ever be
fore during 1016, according to reports
leading from oil tollable sources. Au
tomobllo salesmen in particular aro In
a position to know tho wants of tho
public In this regard and they say that
they hnvc been especially Impressed
by tho demand for touring cars.
The thousands of tourist of 1915 who
mndo-tho transcontinental trip over
the Lincoln Highway havo spread tho
word that roads nro much Improved
nnd that It Is now entirely posslblo to
drive long distances without tho dis
comforts of other days. Many who
niado tho cross country drlvo Inst year
mean to repeat It during the coming
An aroused Americanism Is also
having its effect. Tho sontlmont for
propnrodnoss has stirred a new patri
otism throughout tho country nnd
many thinking men want to see, and
want their families to seo moro of the
J. B. McDonald will return today
from a short visit in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. John Horrod nro spend
ing this week In Pnxton.
Mrs. A. W. Shilling will entertain
tho Ellto club tomorrow nftornoon.
Mrs. Nollle Grimes loft a few dayB
ago for Omaha to visit rolatlvcs and
The Royal Neighbors will hold their
regulnr meeting nt tho K. P. hall to
Mrs. Mary GuthorlaBS will leave tho
latter part of this week for Omaha to
epond a week or longer.
Miss Florolco Stoftriggon, of Goth
enburg, spent the week end visiting
her brother EdwWd Stoffrlggon.
The town herd pusturo; rent can
ho paid out of herd receipts: Some
good pieces, of hay land close In; Some
good nouses, and one store building.
AllRATT; GOODMAN & IIUCKLEY.
0. E Thoelecke,
Twcnty-Four Lions In Ono Act.
Twonty-four, full grown, Jungle
bred African Hons ovory ono a born
mnn-cnter, is ono of tho many thrill
ing spdtnclcs presented by tho Al. G.
Barnes Big Four Ring Wild Anlmnl
Circus. Thcso animals aro shown at
one tlmo in a steel-barred arena in
tho center ot tho show's mammoth
tent, by Hcrr Loulo Roth. Tills Is tho
InrgeBt group of trninod lions ovor
successfully shown nnd tho daring of
tho trainer making ono fairly shiver.
Many other dangerous nnd highly
sensational wild animal nets aro pre
sented by this show. MnJ. Throniton
works with a herd of grizzly clnnn
mon, Siberian, Qloth, Mack and polar
boars, Big Bill, a giant wrestling
grizzly being among tho lot, Mile,
Florlnc, a petite little woman, min
gles with a largo numbor of Persian
leopards, Jaguars and pumas and her
ability to control tho snarling beasts
Is very amazing. MIsb Mable Stark
prosonta nn act with Royal Bengal
and Siberian tlgors, tho most treach
erous animals known, tho trainer's
llfo bolng In porll ovcry momont.
Other fenturos of a sonsntlonnl
charactor aro thoso In which Tom,
Jerry Brutus, horse-riding African
lions appear; Sampson, another lion,
rides to the top of tho tent surrounded
by shooting sky rockets. A leopard,
grizzly bear, goat and monkoy rldo
galloping ponies nround tho arena In
tho same group. A largo herd of olc
phnnts do somo wondrous things in
acrobatics and posing. A clovor farce
comedy Is n part of their act.
High school riding and dancing
horses havo n prominent part op the
program. Bob Chocolaito, directed by
Miss Mamo Saunders, docs tho tango
In nproved fashion. No- other collec
tion of horses in tho cntlro world
ranks with thoso flvo hundred and
ovory ono has beon trninod to per
form. A company of ono hundred
Arabian and Shetland ponies gallop
through an Intricate mnzo of drills
Hugh Mitchell sustained n broken
wrist Sundny while roller skating on
Mr, ami Mrs. Hoffenberg, of Omaha,
aro visiting their daughter, Mrs.
A Mon was born Sunday to Mr. and
Mrs. Mlko McFnddon nt Paxton. Mrs.
McFaddon was formerly Miss Ancolino
Itorrod, of this city.
Charles Mann, iof Sidney, spent tho
week end hero and loft Sunday accom
panied by Mrs, Mann who hail been vis
iting her parents. Mr, and Mrs. James
McMichael, for somo time.
, Suite of four rooms, ovor Huffman's
Cigar Store. Sec Huffman. 32-2
mU'OUT OV TIIH CONDITION 'OP
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At North Platto, In tho State of Nebraska at tho cIobc at business May 1st.
Loans and discounts (except thoso shown on b) $003,400.14
Total loans ,
U. H. bonds doposlted to securo circulation (par valuo) $100,000.00
U. 8. bonds pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par valuo) 1,000.00
Total U. S. bonds -
Bonds other than U. S, bonds pledged to secure postal
savings dopoalts 20,000.00
Securities other than V. H. bonds (not ncludlng stocks)
owned unpledged 30,340,78
Total bonds, securities, etc
Subscription to stock of Federal Resenra bank 9,000.00
Less amount unpaid 4, COO 4,600.00
Valuo of banking house (if unencumbered) IN, 900. 00
Equity In banking houBO
i urimuro ana nxiures ,. ,.
Real estate owned other than banking Iiouhu . . .'
Net amount duo rrom Foaorai ucservo isnnic
Net amount duo from approved reserve agents In Now
York, Chicago ana au louis
Not amount duo from approved reserve ugentB in other
Not amount due from banks and bankers (other than
Innluilnil In 10 or 111
Othor chocks on banks In tho same city or town as re
Fractional currency, nlcklos and cents
Notes of other national banks '
Federal Reserve notes ,
Coin and certincates i
Lecrnl-tondar notos -.
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer and duo from Ur
MINNESOTA MUTUAL LIFE
It's tho household word In Western
Nebraska. It's Old Line, tho best mon
ey can buy. It's what you need, for a
savings bank nnd Insurance that In
sures. They all buy it.
"There is a ttenson"
For further Information
- Phone, call or address '
J. E. SEBASTIAN, State Agent,
Tho Old Lino Man
north Platte Nebraska
Notfco to Creditors
Estate No. 1409, of Nancy E. Donald
Hen, deceased, In tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said estate will take notlco that tho
tim limited for presentation and fil
ing of clnims against said Estato Is
December 9, 1910, and for settlement
of said Estato is May D, 1917; that I
will sit at tho county coqr,t room In
satu county, on Juno v, iviu, at
o'clock a. m., and on December 9, 1910
nt 9 o'clock a. m., to receive, pxaralno
hear, allow, or adjust all claims and
objections duly filed.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
33-4 w County Judgo
Total . . T 917,955.33
Capital stock paid In
i.chs current expenses miercsi and taxes paid
Circulating notes outstanding
Not amount uue to iuiiikh ana iiuukoi-h (other than tit--eluded
111 28 or 29 '
Individual dopoalts subject to check
Certificates of deposit duo in less than 30 days
Cashier's chocks outstanding.
United Statos deposits
Postal savings deposits
Total demand deposits. Items 32, 33, 34, 35, 30, 37, 38,
39 and 40 400.90 1.75
Time dopoBltu (payablo after 30 days, or subject to 30
ciays or moro noiicei:
Certificates of deposit
Total of time dopoalts, Items 40, 41, 42 and 43
Total . 917.U55.33
State of Nebraska, County of Lincoln, as:
i, i-. Li. Aioonoy, casnior oi me noovo namou oann, ao soiemniy swear mat
tho above statement Is true to tho boat of my knowledge and belief.
i; Li. Ajuunux, lasmor.
E. F. SEEUEROER
RAY C. LANQFORD
M. KEITH NEVILLE
Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo this 8th day of May, 1910.
T. C PATTERSON, Notary Public.
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