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TUESDAY, JULY 8tli, 1010.
REV. AND MRS. KOCH WILL
ARRIVE HOME THIS WEEK.
Writing from Mt. Vernon, Wash.,
under dnto of Juno 29th, Rev. C. S.
Koch writes as follows:
"Mrs. Koch and I expect to leave
Mt. Vernon this Thursday morning for
home, stopping off In Seattle, Port
land nnd Salt Lnko City. Wo certain
ly have been having an enjoyable
time and a splendid visit. The best
part of It Is that our visit haH been
boneflclal to Dad's health.
This Is quite a dairying community
fine largo herds of registered IIol
steln catto on many of the farms.
Thero is also a lot of grain nnd hay
raised. Strawberries? Some that big
that they have to bo sliced for short
cake. Tho other evening Mrs. Koch
plckd one an inch nnd a half through
at the thick part, actual measurement.
Friends of tho family have been en
tertaining us at lunch and dinner ad
infinitum until I feel like a stuffed
toad. Havo also been kept busy
preaching and speaking have preach
ed flvo times on three Sundays and
talked to five other gatherings, ono
being a big welcomo to returned sold
.iors. Friday night a week ago.
But, I mustn't tiro you with gossip.
Will bo homo about tbo 10th of July."
Local School Make Good Showing.
.Supt Tout baa received tho credit
cards of tho Class of 1019 from tho
University of Nebraska. Thirty) cred
its aro required to enter tho Univer
sity and thirty-two Is tho maximum
allowed any graduate of a high school.
Every mcmbor of tho class received
full thirty-two credits except ono who
rccolved thirty-one. Tins is the best
record posslblo and oquals any record
made by any class of this school. Each
of theso students is also admitted to
any collogo or university of tho North
Contral Association of Colleges which
embraces all of the groat state unl
.vorsltlea of tho central part of tho
United States and most of tho other
unlversltlos and colleges. Only a fow
of tho exclusive private schools do not
admit students by acroditmont. but
require examination for entrance
Splendid Rains. , .
Thursday aftornoon over and inch
of rain foil, and this ,was. follpwcd
by nearly,., an Inch and n half Friday
night. Both of thoso rains covered a
wldo territory In tho .county, and
though tho wind Fridav nluht re
sulted in lQdglngl,w1hpftt,and1!,patB n
somo flolds, this damago could not
ho compared to the . bonoOt , tho rain
proved to growing corn, Prior to tho
Thursday rain the top of tho ground
had become quite dry, and continued
hot weathor would also hayo. Injured
tho wheat which was, still, in the. mjlk.
, v Lames In SoHouh Condition
E, J, Eamos and family oxpect to
movo over from Maxwell via, auto
truck Monday, having secured a"rosl-
donco In which to resldo, Mr, Eamos
recently roturnod from Rochester,
winn.. wmthor ho wont In honos of re.
celvlng medical treatmont to bettor
his 111 health, but returned homo with
no encouragement. His physical con
dition has been pretty sorlous during
tho past fow wcekB and ho has prac
tically lost his oyo sight from the of-
fects of his Illness. Wallace Winner.
"Jimmy" Ljingley JUc
"Jlmm" Langloy. who will bo re
memborcd by tho older residents of
North pjatto, dlod nt his homo In
i'oruana, Juno 30th, of stomach
trouuio. Tho deceased .left North
riatio a quarter of n contury aco af.
ter having workedMn tho local shops
uh u maomnisi, ho located vln Port
land and through his efficiency was
promoted from one nosltlon tn an.
other until nt tho tlmo of IiIh death
ho wns superintendent of motive pow
er on mourcgon snort Lino.
i ... Q i
tijaYi Silllth spent the week end with
-irionus in umann.
Dr. Fdft'or looked aftor buslnoes In
torcsts In Iirndy Thursday.
Miss Mlldrod Kodfo wont to Rawlins
Saturday to visit her mother.
Mrs. C. A. Hunt roturnod Wodnos
day from a month's visit In Omaha
uiiu vwucago wiui nor daughters.
Phillip Tcmpto, of Lexington, spent
ino rourm with iuh aunt, Mrs. L. C,
' JB. F Krior, editor of tho Dawson
County Pioneer, Bpont tho Fourth with
ins daughter. Mrs. L. C. McQraw
Frank Ilnnlan and Loo Cantry,, of
I'axwn,. looiccn arter nuslnoss mat
tors in town Friday and Saturdnv.
Mrs. II, C. Brock and son Honry
left tho last of tho week for Fnlrlmrv
for a visit with tho formor's father.
mr. nna Mrs. 11. A. Lawhead return
od Friday from Rochestor. Minn
whore Mrs, Lawhead undorwont an
Judgo and Mrs. II. M. Qrlmos wero
accompanied homo from Wallace by
Mrs. Kiucn who was tholr guest over
mo wook oud.
Harry PUor camo up from Omaha
Wednosday to spend tho sumtnor horo
with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Julius
Plzer. Ho will return to his work
with tho Armour Co. at tho opening
of tho fall season,
- Bessie and Rotha VnnNattor, nieces
of 11. J. van Natter, camo down from
Bridgeport to npond tho Fourth and
to remain a couplo of weeks with
: :o: :
Havo you hoard tho Missouri Waltz
played by the Hawallans? Wo havo
only, a fow of theso. If you want ono
.you will havo to phone In or cotno In
at once. Dixon, the Jowelor.
OH Station nt Hcrnhoy.
S. A. Johnson, representing the
Standard Oil Co. was hero today and
making hicasurcmonts for "the "new
oil supply station tanks which nro to
bo orected hero as soon TtS Ulycan
bo shipped. Tho wohder Is that this
had not been dono long ago In placo
of transporting tho oils by trucks from
distant towns. Locating tho tankB
horo will nlso glvo two local men
Bteady employment. Times.
Drug Store Burglarized
Somo tlmo early Sunday morning
burglars broke Into tho drug store of
N. Edwards and carried oft Jewelry
and other articles vnluod At over two
hundred dollars. No money was se
cured, by the thieves. Tho plato glass
in the front door was first broken near
the lock,, but entrance could not be
that way. Thoy then went to tho side
entrance, broke the glass In tho door,
turned tho key and wont In. Two
strnngers wero seen In town all Sat
urday evening, and It Is presumed that
these arc tho men that broke in tho
store. No other attempted robbery
was rooorted. Vindicator.
I'Izcr Rnys Ilershey Property
Last Monday Julius Plzer, of North
Platte, purchased tho O. M. Smith
residence property, formerly owned by
Dr. W. W. Sadler, and Tuesday ho
closed a deal for tho Harry Porter
property, In which the Horshey Con
fectionery Is located.
Tho two properties purchased by
Mr. Plzer are among the best as far
us location is concerned in our llttlo
village, for commercial businesses.
Mr. Plzer Informs tho writer that he
Intends erecting a flno store building
In our town, and evidently feels that
thore Is a very bright future for Her
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Wo, the undersigned dentists of
North Platto, will close bur- offices
-every Tiiarsday afternoon uaiu uc
tober 1st, 1010.
II. C. BROOK,
A. L. LANE,
I). E. MORRILL,
L. J. KRAUSE,
II. E. MITCHELL,
0. II. CRESSLER,
W. P. CROOK.
flunrd Against Web Worms.
Flold Manager Bryan Informs Us
that ho bolleves the web worms have
been checked In the beet fields, al
though thero Is some danger of an-
othor outcropping. Thero aro usually
two hatchings and sometimes threo
during a season. If this is tho case
tho growers must continuously bp on
tholr guard. Mr. Bryan also states
that ho has Just received six new
sprayers, two of which will bo placed
at North Platte, two at Blrdwood and
two at Hershoyf
The losses so far may not be aB
heavy as- at first anticipated as many
of tho crowns of the beets have not
been Injured and tho beets are shoot
ing out now leaves. Slnco this is the
case, ho coritendB that It Is much bet
ter to lenv$ thorn than, to repladt. i
Always try Tho Rexall first, It
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
Tim MUTUAL IIUII.IMNO AND
f Worth Platte. Nebraska, on tliu 30th
day or June, iviv. uertincaie iNo. aa.
KliHt mortgage loans $1,001,600.00
.ounn qu stock or pans
Ileal estate, office
Statu and nuiticlpal securi
ties, U. s. Gov't, boiulM
Delinquent Interest, fines,
Furniture nnd fixtures . . . .
ItunnhiK stock and divi
dend h S 458.aGG.50
'nlcl-up stock and dividends 572,400.001
Hosarve fund , 25.800.00
Undivided profits 38.237.41
Advnnce interest vu.uu
HccclptN nnd Kxiipndlturrn for the I
Yenr KndliiK June :tO, 1010.
Cash on hand last report., $ 19,740.51
Dues (runnlntr stock) ... I26.328.it
Paldrup stock , ; 249,200.00
Morttftiiro payments ...... 151,843.39
Htock loan nayinn.nts 3.014,20
Hlomliurshlp and tranBfor-
rees . . .-
llotits office building re
Othor receipts In detalU
nule u. H. bonds
Bal, from former Treas...
Foi'ocloMure account ....
MortintKo lonnH .$ 36S.S00.0Ol
Witnurnwais running stock
nnd dividends qi.38Q.os
Withdrawals pold-up atook 127,500.00
wiuiuruwKin iiiviuenu on
imld-up stock 28,050.07
Canli on 'hand
FurnlBhinKS . .
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County, as.
I, Bessie V. Salisbury. Secretary of
tno nnovo named Association, do aoi
oninly -swear that tho foregoing atate-
nieitt or tno condition sunt Association
Ih true and correct to the best of my
Knowledge and uouei.
BESSIE P. SALISBURY.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before no'
tins &tn uay oi ouiy, iviv.
(SEAL) A. C. Kit AM PH.
FIIANK m. BUCHANAN.
M. J. POltBES,
I It A L. BABE,
Notlco to Creditors
Estate No. 1673 of Maurice La lining,
deceased In tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nobraskn.
Tho Stnto of Nobraska, ss, Credit
ors of said estate will tako notlco tint
tho tlmo limited for presentation and
filing of claims "ngalust Bald estate Is
Novembor 8, 1010, and for settlement
of said ostato Is July 3, 1020; that I
will sit at tho county, court room In
said county, on August 8, 1010, at nine
o'clock a. m and on Novembor 8, 1010,
at nlno o'clock a. m to rocelvo, oxatn-
lnO, hoar, allow, or adjust all claims
and bbjoctlona duly filed.
(Soal.) WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
J8al County Judge.
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NORTH PLATTE ;:
One Hah Block North ol PosUftice.
A modern Institution for the
scientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely aquipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent. H. D. V. Lacas, M. D.
J.B. RedfieId,M.D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
DRS. STATES & STATES
5, G, 7 Building & Loan Building.
Office Phono 70 Res. Phono Red 1000
GEO. B. DENT,
Phsyiclan and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Surgery
and Ob9tretrIc8. '
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phonos: Offlco 130, Residence 115
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
Offlco Phono 340 Res. Black 376
Bolton Bldg. North Platto, Nob
Phono for Appointments.
Notice of Final Report.
Estate No. 1600 of Abner W. Dillon,
Deceased, In tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, to all per
sons interested in said estate, take
notice that the administratrix has
filed a final account and report of
her administration and a petition for
final settlement and discharge as such, '
wnicn nave been set for hearing be
fore said court on Julr'll, '1010, at 9
o'clock a. m., when you may appear
and contest the same.
Dated JJuno 14, 1919.
(SEAL) WM. H. C. WOODHURST.
J17J4 County Judge.
Notlco of Petition
Estate No. 1667,-of Cyrus C. Parsons,
aeceaseu,- in tne uounty court or
Lincoln CoUnty, Nebraska. : ' .
Tho State of Nebraska-. To all' per
sons Interested in said ' estate take
notice that a petition has been filed
for tho appointment of Maude E. Par
sons as administratrix of said estate,
which has been set for hearing herein
on July 17, 1919, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Dated June 21, 1919.
(SEAL) WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
i24Jll County Judge.
Notice of Special Election.
Notice Is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an order of the County Board,
duly made and entered on tho, lGth day
of Juno, 1919, and by virtue of tho
Statutes of the "State of Nebraska, In
such cases, made and provided, I, A.
S. Allen, County Clerk of the County
of Lincoln and State of Nebraska, do
hereby direct and proclaim that a
special election be hold, in tho' sev
eral polling places throughout the
County of Lincoln, State of Nebraska,
on Tuesday, tho 22nd day of July. 1919,
between the hours of 8 a. m. and 8 p.
m. of said day, at which said election,
tho following proposition shall be
submitted to tho legal voters of said
Shall tho County Commissioners of
said county levy a special annual tax
of fivo mills on tho dollar valuation of
tho taxable property In said county
for a term of flvo years, to-wlt, the
years 1919, 1920.-1921, 1022 and 1923,
forf the purposo of building a now
court house In said county?
Tho ballots used at said election
shall havo printed thereon tho words:
"For directing the County Commis
sioners of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
to levy a special tax of fivo mills on
tho dollar valuation of the taxable
proporty In said county, for a torm of
flvo years, .to-wlt, the years 1919.
1920, 1921, 1922 and 1923 for tho pur
poso of building a now court house in
"Against directing the County Com
missioners of Lincoln County, Nebras
ikn, to levy a spoclal tax of five mills
on tho dollar valuation of tho taxable
property In said county, for a term of
flvo years to-wlt, the years 1919, 1920.
1921, 1022 and 1923, for tho purpose
of building a new court house In said
Thoso voting In favcr of said propo.
sltlon shall mark their baljots with a
cross (X) In tho square opposite tho
"For directing tho County Commis
sioners of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
to levy a special tax," etc.
Those voting against said proposi
tion shall .mark their ballots with a
cross (X) in tho squatio opposite tro
"Against directing, the County Com
missioners of Lincoln County, Nebras
ka, to levy a special tax," etc,
In Testimony Whereor, I havo here
unto set my hand and affixed tho seal
of Lincoln County, Nobraska, this 16th
day of June, 1919.
(SEAL) A. S. ALLEN,
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