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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WKEKUX TRIBUNE
TBe r Mutual Building & Loan Asso
CLINTON, THE JEWELER
CLINTON & SON, The Eye Glass Men
ciation, of North Platte.
Sign of The Big Ring
Satisfaction- Sure Try Us. Gradual Opticians
I MIbs Etel Sulto loft last evening rot
jfearnoy ftn omnha to spend a wdek.
Tho rollowlng licenses wore issued, Mrs, M. Smith of Vnlyrang transact
County Judge wooM-
this week by
July 14 Olllo 0. White, Lincoln
ami Mlsa Lulu I. Hlnkley, Lincoln;
married by Judge "WoodhurBt.
July 1G Wm. A. Adkln, embalmor,
North Platto and Mrs. AHco N. Swart
out; married by Jufl'go WoodhurBt.
July 18 Hugh E. Richoy, Cozad and
Miss Mablo R. Woodsldo, Cozad;
married by Judge Wocjlhurst.
July 19 Alfred R.'Scott, Owen, Wy
oming and MIbb Mary G. Atkinson,
Owen, Wyoming; married by Judgo
lf!AL AND PERSONAL
cd business In tho city ycsterjlny.
Miss Margaret Johnson returned
Wednesday from a trip to Denver
and Colorado Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Galllgher of Staple
toil came this morning to attend tho
funeral of tho lato Wm. Shcedy,
Tho now swimming pool is cortalnly
a success. The beach aB well as the
pool is crowded ovory ovenlng.
Mrs. R. B. Millor of HerBhoy shop
ped in tho city yestorday and visited
Mrs. Marion Millor.
Tho wrecking crow was called, to
Crook, Colo., tills morning where a
freight train was wrecked.
Mrs. M. A. DoWoody left yesterday
J. G. Heeler transacted business in for Hastings and St. Cloud to romairf
Hershey yesterday. '"several weeks.
Mr,s. J. Boylo and daughters of Her- Tho Lutheran Sunday scohol will
shoy woro city visitors yestorjJny. hold a picnic at tho City Park on
All hair goods at halfrprico at iho Wednesday of noxt week. Thoso at-
Stylo Shop Friday and Saturday. . tending will meet at tho church at two
A number of young pooplo atended o'clock.
tho danco in Marwoll last ovenlng. Miss Esther Elder arrived this
T. N. Arnold left Wednesday for morning from Boulder, Colo., where
Omaha to transact business. sho Imb ben attending tho Unlvorsity,
P. N. Baldwin loft yesterday for St. Sho will spenll a month with her par-
Cloud, Nobr., to transact business. cnta Mr. ami Mrs. 0. E. Eldori
Chas. Macho rcturnell' WodncsdayJ Cecil Cool BUstalned a broken ankle
from Omaha where ho transacted Wndnesdav evening whilo practicing
business. baso'.ball at tho fair grounds with tho
i Big half-prico sale of combs and. local Legion team, Ho was .running
hair goods Friday and Saturday nt the and sljlj to base,, turning and falling
Stylo Shop.' on his ankle. Ho Is tho socond of tho
Mrs: W. 8. Chonoyr and son wen 'o Logionors to'brcaK Jils ahkloM;hHe
Lexington yosicruay to sponp a row playing imso uau tins year.
days visiting. Clinton & Son, Graduate Opticians.
Dr. S. E. Hunfer left this moraine' TT ub for service. ,
for Salt, Lake, Oltjyto yifljt at thoihomo!. , t. j; KRAUSE. Dentist. X-Rny
ot her. ulster andbrot)i.or, She. wM Jo IManosls jfcIonnld Hank Building.
absent about a month.
Cireaf Clean-Up Sale
UNION SUITS .-- JC
RAtiSTON'S value to $15
DRESS KT-TfYRR U
AINr Irma Carreo .uyl, entertained
nt dinner Wednt-Bdoy In honor of Mrs;
M. Wycherley of England.
Tho Nlcaflgco Campflro was enter
tained Wednesday evening at tho
homo of MIbb Florlne Stobblns. A
very pleasant evening was spent
Misses Margaret Tottenoft anil
Agatha Raucho entortained 'VVodnes-
day evening at a picnic in tho south
canyons. A very pleasant ovenlng was
Misses Ruth Davidson and Marie
Gough entertained a number of young
people at a plcnio at Lamplaugh's
Lake WbUnesday evening. A very
pleasant evening was enjoyed.
Mrs. Edward WeokB entertalnoji at
hor homo Monday n'sriioon compli
mentary to Mrs. M. Wycherley of Eng
land. Aftor a vleasant afternoon re
freshments wore served.
A number of young folks held an
enjoyablo picnic in tho south hilts
Tueslhy evening complimentary to
Marcoll Keliher of Baltimore who was
guest at the E. F. Sceberger homo
Mrs. Wm. Voselpka entortalnol last
ovonlng at a kitchen shower compli
mentary to Miss Fern Watts, a July
bride. Aftor a a pleasant evening
dainty refreshments wero served. Alissil
Watts rocoived many useful gifts.
Mrs. Fred Elliott entortained Tues
day cYunlnc nt a theatre party in
(Under Supervision of State Banking Board)
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Financial Statement July 1, 1921
Loans on City Real Estate $1,445,000.00
Loans on pass book security . 4,200.00
Dues from Shareholders i 2,0G0;90'
Office Building r -J- ' 27,423.14
Furniture , - ' 1,335.47
Balance in Treasury 1 ' 0,492.15-
., " - x '-f-" ' -1--
Total ' 1 ---- $l,489,511.6fi
Installment Stock and Dividends : $ 560,915.46-
Paid up Stock 847,000.00
Undivided Profits L '. $47,496.20 '
Reserve Fund -- 34,100.00 , 81,596.20'
We invite you to avail yourselves of the service and secur
. ity of oiir Association for the accumulating of your savings
and the making of investments. ,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
T. C. Patterson, President W. H. Munger, Treasurer.-, ., -
V. yonGoetz, Vice-President Halligan'Beatty & Halligan, ,
Bessie F. Salisbury, Secretary Attorneys.
V. vonGoetz " W. W. Cumming W. R. Maloney
Ira L. Bare M. J. Forbes ' T. C. Patterson
Frank N. Buchanan Geo, W. Finn Harry M. Porter
Office Corner 5th and Locust St.
Board of County Commissioners of
Lincoln County met in tho Court
Mmtnn Mniwlnv .Titlv 1S.""uMfh nrnnrtnt
u tncatro Dartv in - - . - '. ---v
Sprinffer, Cohageti and Cokoc--ana
1n,1 n m.nat nt fl.n kmn nf CoUllty Clerk Alldl.
duuirhtji Mrs. Sam I!; wes,
John Hays, road dlst 37, $3.60.
T. M. Cohagen, salary and expense,
E. T. Trursing, refund, ?46.50.
Stack & McGovern,'$'0.00.
J.' R. Ritner, bridge work, $100.00.
', At. F. Brook, dragging, $9.
FoUowln- ThofollovVing bills' wef e ' rl Fackler- dragging, $2.10.
. Boliowmg . 4 t S : ft . Geo. B. Dent. Countv Phvsidan..
thavthcatre a dainty lunch was served "'m auowem. . v $250 00
uriugu ; ,
I Adjourned to July 25.
' -i i ; i n hi J: Q i
Joe Soderman, special
at tho Oauis. '
I t ' . i i . i . t .i V iJ
Wfi1ni.Hiln nvnnlnc at her home - n o"iT-P'"8 unuBu o.;
h6nor- ot Mlsa Ferrt Watts wlio will bo
marrlod" thtrt month. The evening wcaf
nlAnhmit.W Riinnt. ntnl ilnlntvi rofrfsh'-if
$1,50 Porovs ivlesh $4.15
$2.00 FANCY MADRAS
lTNTON RTTTTR 1
DRESS SHOES -
Values up to $6.00 .
DRESS SHIRTS $
VALUES TO $2.50
Collars to Match
BOYS CHAMBRAY ir
SHIRTS, $1 value.
MEN'S WHITE 15c
MEN'S WORK SO.95
Values up to $6.00
185 PAIRS OF MEN'S
HIGH GRADE TROUS
IDRS IN HARD FINISH
MOHAIRS AND BLUE
SERGES. A WONDERFUL
Valiifia tn $10
1 LOT YOUNG MEN'S
ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE
$8.50 VALUE O
ALL OUR STRAW HATS
meats woro served. Miss watts re-
celved. many beautiful linens.
Tho Episcopal Young People's As
sociation hold an enjoyable tiarty In
the now club house Tuesday evening.
A good program waB rendered and
was followed by jdnncing and games.
At tho oloso ot the evening refresh
ments woro sorvd. This was the sec
ond party hold in the club house.
MIbb Margaret McQraw entertained
at a luncheon Wednesday noon iu
honor of hor cousins Misses Irma and
WUrua Reese of Wallace, who aro her
Miss Nell Hartman will entertain
to morrow evening at a theatre party
complimentary to Miss Fern Watts, a
brido of this month.
Today is ladies' day at the Country
Club. This is tho first of tho season
and tho day wllf bo spont in croquet,
tennis, golf and many other games.
LADIES' SILK FACED
i1" HIRSCHFELD &
NORTH PLATTE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS
Hoys' Iron Clntl HOSE 35o U
For Sale School house, west end
ot District No. 5. at publls auction,
iAug. 8 to bo sold a school house at
oclock, terms cash, ten Idays to
remove building. C. A. Orrin, Fred
Slmants, Frank Purdy. Phono 798FU
HOW DOES IT SOUND TO YOUV
G room modem oxcept heat on flno
comor lot aOOl west 4th. A good
home In a real location at $5,500; easy
torniB to right party.
A nico ilyo room cottage, modern
excopt boat nt 804 east 3rd street. Big
lot, nico trees and garage; prlco $4200
THE H. & S. AGENCY
Ed Pearson, services, $38. , ,
Sun)lry "persons surveying, $81.25.
Carl EchlUnd dragging ?$2l85.
C. L. McNeol, dragging $10.50.
Jas . Sadie road dist. 10, $21.
Otto Schwank special bridge, $5.35.
Wm. Elliott, Bervlces $25. '
Ni W, Scott, cutting weeds, '$5. ' '
National Oil Co. Com. 2, $41t50:' 'J
C. L. Long, dragging, $72. ' ' '
F. W. Llntfekugol road dlst; 0, $51.
C. C. Long, dragging, $18.
Wr J. R-nner, refund $13.23
E. C. Hostetter, dragging, $G.'
-Harvey. Tdillion, road dlst 4, $2)
' G. Schwang, special bridge $6.60:
M. Conneally, dragging, $0.
W. H. Dale, road dlst. 28, $27.60.
S, & R. Service station, oil, $41.60.
Jos. Solomon, state, $7.
H. Van Cleavo, special brUgo, $48,
' L. E. Ludwig, dragging, $14.
M. E. Gordon, special brldgo $4.
-Art N. Alweltt, special bridge, $4.
Fred Tobas, bridgo work, $24.
M. M. Baker special bTidge $24.
Wilson Brps., Com. 2, $27.50.
E. & W. Cokor, Com. 3, $31.
A. E. Rishel,. dragging, $72.
M. M. Browor repairs, $6.
Jacob Scheroh, road (diet. 20, $7.50.
Geo. G. Schect, road dist 20, $81.35.
.Chris. Schect, road dist 20. $15.
Goo. Drlngman. special bridge,
Clarence Drake, special brldgo, $3u.
John Schrocongost, special bridge
W. D. McCrea, ronjl dist 37, ?"J4.uu.
Allen Long, ronl dlst 37, $13.50.
Jas. McCrea, road dlst 37, $43.50.
I. Darloy, road dist 37, $5.40.
P. D. Long, road dist 37, $77.25.
EVery day this week at 9:30 a. m.
lectures on Food and Its Preparation
will be given by Miss Sutley, an ex
perienced teacher, ,at Maloney's Fur
niture Store. No charge everything
free. New lessons every day. Bring
pencil and pad. You will want to copy
. j ::o:: u.
.' REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Following is aTlist of deeds, flltfil for
record in the office of C. W. Yost,
Rogister of Deeds for Lincoln.' Coun
ty 'up to July 20.
July 14 Holdrego State, Bank to
Albert G. Warren SE Sec. 8, T. 9,
R. 32, $1400. ,
July 14 Carroll F. Bliss and wife
to James D. Welsh, lot 5 of Ed. Cok
or subdivision of Clarkson's subdi
vision of NWJ4 Sec. 29, T. 14, R. 33,
July 14 J. P. Nystroin to August
EIanJo SE& of Sec. 36, T. 13, R. 26
$10,000.00. -i ,
July 16 Ed w. R. Moss and wife to
dw. W. Johnson, SE& of Sec. 32,.,
i'T. 11, R, 37, $2000. . .... ....
July 16 W. T. "Wilcox et al to
Herbert B. Ham, lot 7 block 14, Pea
nlstons addition to North Platto, $525. ,
July 1,6 iT. A. Brennan and wife to
Amanda G. Millhouso lot 3 and west
half lot 2 block 2 Trustees Addition',
to North Platte, $5412.44. . t,
July 14 Robert "M. McFarlanji to
D. V. FarreU W1 block 34 Platteview
addition to NorUi Platte, $4000.
' July 14 Robert McFarland to D. V.'
Farroll lot 5 block 77 original town of
North Plat&, 400(). n-
July 16 Jha"s. W Ruble t0iFrance3
t- . . i a ai it. i . m - n nnrt
1JUI11UI8 Ull Ul UIO BUUIU mui UL DWVi
of Sec. 25, T. 4, . 31, south of tlio U. P.
R. R., $400. ;
July 16 Noah W. Cogman and wife
to Francis Montague, a part of lot 5
of County Clork's subdivision ot lot 1
and SEi of NE'i ot Sec. 4, , 13, R. 30,
July 16 M. K. Neville and wife to
Lizzio M. Miller,' ""lot 5, block ""?;'
Flynn'a addition to North Platte.
Tho next Lincoln County Teachers'
examination will bo hold in North
Platto only on Saturday. July 23.
Allcon G. Cochran,
A THK MISLKADINO LADY"
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3 REEL COMEDY
ifJUDY OF ROflUE'S HARBOR"
' , STARRING'
i MARY MILES M1NTER
- REEL COMEDY
We are welding castings of all kinds. Get your grain
binders and mowers that aje broken fixed up before you
We repair broken pumps, gears, wheels, put cogs in
wheels and any shape casting can be repaired.
Auto fenders that are commencing to crack can be re
paired, and save a new one later on. 'Windshield frames
manifolds and axle housings that are leaking oil can be
Car Irames welded and reinforced, made as good as
new or wheels that have broken tires and rims that hae
been bent and broken. Also tire lugs built up at
North Side Blacksmith Shop
MARTIN WYMAN, Pro
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