The continuing popularity 6f;vthc 'shirt waist has led the
jewelry designers 'to cven'sTretjjja point in the creation of
distinctive .shirt wait sets, studs, pins and buttons of a uni
forn design, all to complete myXliidies ward robe. A wide
range of styles at a variety of(prices will be found at our
CLINTON, Jeweler! and Optican.
OR. 0. H. CRESSLER.
Oflice over tho McDonald
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. 1
Cash Austin returned ycsrdny from
a business trip to Northport.
E. R. Smith of Gundy transacted
business in tho city tho past two days.
Mlsa Myrtle Horstcd and ulster of
P&xton nro tho guosta of friends In tho
Mrs. Gnnson of Hershoy came down
Wednesday and will spend tho remain
der of tho week.
Mr. und Mrs. D. L. McMullon loft
yostcrduy morning for Omaha to visit
frionds for two wookq.
J. S. Johnson, of tho Johnson Cash
Store, wont to Konnioy yesterday morn
ing to transact business. '
Mrs, Fred Fredorlekson nnd children
will loavo in n short time for Excelsior
SpVlngs to spend several weeks.
Miss Harriot Boycrclo will .'lphv.o
shortly for Salt Lake City, Portland
and Suattlo ..to spend oovoral weeks,
Mrs. Charles 1111,1, of Gundy, spont
several days In town tills week on busi
ness connected witn nor department
Wo deliver fresh milk and cream
every morning at Armstrong's nnd
North Platte Meat Murkot. D. P. Co.
Phono D 75,
After spending a fuw days with Mr.
and Mrs. Nola Hammer, Mr. and Mrs.
Burquisl of Vnlloy loft for Denver yes
terday, Miss Edna Wostfall, of Carroll, In.,
arrived Wednesday afternoon and will
spend several weeks with her sister,
Mrs, Walter Crook.
Mrs. Ncls Rasmuescn and children
left yesterday morning for Kcnesaw to
vlftit relatives for two weeks. Before re
turning they will spend a few days at
Mr. and Mrs, Canz, of Terra Hauto,
Ind., returned home yesterday morning
after spending two weeks with their
daughter Mra. John DeRoIf.
Mr. and Mr. Thomas Burney wilt
leave this week for Excelsior Springs.
John M. Wlllson of Kearney visited
0. H. Thoelecke the first of the week.
Miss Eileen Flynn went to Xhoyenn'o
last night to visit friends for'two weeks.
Merle Wilcox of Coznd Is spending
this week with his uncle J. Q. Wilcox
Jno. Grecno camo homo yesterday
from Denver where he spent the past
Joo Nolcn left Wednesday night for
Sheridan, Wyo., wherc-he will work In
a drug store.
Mrs. John Greeno and baby left yes
terday for Norfolk, Ncbr., to spend a
month with relatives.
Robert Vance of Green River Is spend
ing a few days in town while enroute
homo from Omaha.
Miss Marian Poyntcr
camo down Wednesday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Butler Buchanan
Wednesday to spend Several weeks
Denver and Cherokee Park. .
Ollle Elias was struck in the oye a
few days ago while playing ball and tho
optic is proving very painful.
Miss Rebecca Evans of Denver
who has been the guest of her
nelco Mrs. Will Yntes left Wednesday
to attend the
Cart Landroy of Gnndy is taking
medial treatment at tho P. & S. hos
A car of new Buick nutos wore re
eolved at tho DavIb & Chorponning
Miss Alta Bonham and brother Burma
of Sutherland came down yesterday to
Robert Hoslor returned to Aurora,
111., Wednesday evening after spending
a month with his paronta.
Perry Sitton returned to Loramio the
first of tho woek rtfter spending a few
days hero on business.
Tho Ladles Guild of tho Episcopal
church will Bervo lunch on tho Chautau
qua grounds Friday afternoon.
The Keith moving plcturo show closed
Tuesday evening nnd will romnin dark
until tho close of Chautauqua.
Ferdinand Stroitz has recovered from
tho small pox and tho quarantine was
raised from tho homo Wednesday.
Tommy Hornn luto of South Omnhn
is visiting local frionds this week. Ho
has boon playing ball this season with
tho South Omaha Shamrocks.
MIsb Mary Ytinda is expected homo
Monday from Omaha and Plattnmouth
Wh'oro sho visited her fllster, Mrs
Fogorty for three weeks.
Havo you seen thoso 14k solid gold
poarl mounted fountain pons in Dixon's
if 1.1)0 window, this week only.
Miss. Anna Errlcson, formerly of this
city, has been elected assistant princl
pnlTJf tho schools at Rocky ford, Colo.,
with, a. salary of eighty five dollars
Mlsa Alberta Nowton.who taught In
tho, jocal schools two years ago is tour
Ing Kuropo this summer m company
wltlrh6r mother and writes to loca!
frluwds that thoy nro having a delight
Tho' Lloyd moving plcturo show
clotted for the summer Tuesday evening.
Tho attondanco during tho hot wqathor
was not sufficient to defrny expenses
therefore it will bo discontinued aintl
Georgo DoPow dislocated his shouldor
while wrestling at the fireman's picnic
last Suuduv. A nhvslclan was sum
moned from town nnu gavo tho member
tho required attention. Georgo will bo
off duty as locomotive fireman for some
Mrs. Will McGrath of Omaha who
has been visiting her mother Mrs. Tor
rance McGovern for a month will leave'
for home Monday.
Mrs. James Edwards, of Ridgcway,
Colo., is visiting Mrs. James Cunning
ham. Mrs. Edwnrds was formerly Miss
Mary Struthers of this city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Horan and daughters
Sadie and Catherine of Omaha nro ex
pected tomorrow to visit Mrs Mary
Norris while enroute to Denver.
Wednesday M. J. O'Connell received
a draft for $28i.05 In payment of tho
nccidont policy which was held by
Georgo Alloway In tho Yeoman Lodge.
Frank nnd John Wallace, of Alli
ance are spending n fow days in town
with tho intentions of entering tho
dray business of conditions nro faVor-
Winifred Purccll of Table, Neb., who
has been n patient in tho Physician &
Surgeons' hospital, was discharged
from that institution yesterday and
I hereby nnnounco myself as n enndi
dnto for tho democratic nomination for
county commissioner from tho Third
district, subject to tho decision of tho
voters at tho primary election.
1 .D. B. White.
Mrtl. F. W. Miller and daughter
Winifred left yesterday for Fremont to.
reside In tho future Dr. Miller ro
cently engaged in dentistry in that city
and writo3 thathe hns a largo practice,
(Inn flnlln si '1 1 1 li.f n (nn TTsllnf nln Pun
n Ladies' Umbrella, A Ladies' Hand
Basr. n Gentleman's Watch Fob, some
vory flno pieces of Silvorwnre. This
$1.00 snlo (a ahot weather special that
will open your oyes nnd your pockot-
nooKs. Dixon, mo Jeweler.
Tho Brotherhood of American Yeo
men will hold their first annual picnic
Aug. 8th at North Platte. At this
tlmo William Koch.t Grnnd Foreman of
United Stntcs and Canada, will be pros
ont, Tho entire day will bo given over
to entertainment. In tho forenoon tho
program will consist of music and
sneaking after which a picnic dinner
will bo held. Tho nftornoon will bo
taken up with races, contests and
ball game. At eight o'clock in tho
evening at tho hall thore will bo
largo class adoption followed by tho
Yeomen drill nfter Which a banquet
will uo servea in nonor ot uranu i? ore
man William Koch.
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
JULY 22, 24 AND 25.
We will offer 10 dozen Ladies' Pumps and Oxford!
have sold up lo $3,50, all at one price
148 a Pair
Opens Vivdcr the GAiaLrajnteed Staie
bo. dpojrs of The Platte Valley State; Ban't'iviled
to the public Saturday, July 22d, 1911. We cordially
invite the people of North Platte and Lincoln and ad
joining counties to call and get acquainted with the offi- .
cers of the new bantf. The opening of ah account, no
matter how small, with this new institution, will be highly
appreciated. Our motto will be; Fair treatment to one .
and all. The new bank is located in the Keith block first '
door'south of the McDoneli & Graves Drug Store.
Tke Platte Valley State Bank,
F. C. PIELSTICKER, Pre.,
M. E. SCOTT, Cashier.
JULIUS PIZER, Vice-President
H. MEHLMANN, Asst. Cashier.
and by a famous ninth inning rally tho
Yocman boys handed tho bunch from
Cozad tho small end of tho score Wed
nesday afternoon. Jones pitched win
ning ball all the way but at times his
support was poor, which enabled Cozad
to run in three of their scores. The
boys from Coznd protested tho gome
on tho grounds of what they thought
was an unfair decision in the1 ninth
and the outcome of tho dispute ended
In a purse of $200 being raised by local
fans on the game yesterday.
Mrs. Ditto of Sutherland, is visiting
her sister Mrs. Harry Scott.
Mrs. Joo Schopp of Omaha, 1b ex
pected soon to visit the Murray family.
J. S. Hoagland spent a few days in
Ogalalla on business tho first of tho
Miss Esther Sandall has returned from
Cheyenno where she visited her nunt
for- a month. '
Dr. Kennon of Brady, camo up Wed
nesday to visit friends and nttend
Brakeman T. J. Murray returned
early in tho week from a visit with
friends in Denver.
Mrs. Dolan formorly of Maxwell but
lato of Chicago is expected this weok
to .visit town friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuser of Willard
nro attending Chautauqua and visiting
local frionds this week.
Mrs. Dennis O'Brien nnd son Lucius
loft Wednesday for Ogalalla to visit
her mother Mrs. Reddy.
V Miss Anna MIddleton of Gothenburg,
5 t .ttr.J - l ! .1
nrnveu neru y uunuuuy uiiu la uiu
guest of Miss Laura Murray,
Miss Rose McKiney of Paxton, who
visited Miss Mary McGovern tho first
of tho week has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peckham and
family of Gothenburg, came up for
Chautauqua Wednesday morning.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Healoy and son
Dnrroll returned hoirio Wednesday
morning from a week's visit in Denver.
Mrs. John Palmer and small son left
Wednesday morning for Lexington to
visit tho former's mother, Mrs. Harrow.
George Morriss left tho forepart of
tho week for Seattle, Portland and Salt
Lake to spend a fortnight sight-seeing.
Miss Mntio Rumbaugh, of Ogalalla,
returned homo yesterday, after an ex
tended visit with her friend Miss Amy
Mcsdamcs A. S. Coatcs and Will
Lowis loft yesterday for Callaway to
visit .their sister Mrs. L. C. Hansen for
J. W. Adams, of Omaha, Assistant
superintendent of tho Nebraska Div
Isiqn, Bpent tho early part of tho week
here on business.
Ed. Burko loft Wednesday for Goth
enburg where ho will consider tho posi
tion of mnnagor of a clothing storo
which has been offered him.
John States has taken a sixty day
vacation which ho will spend with his
mother and other relatives In Wynlus
ing, Pa., having loft yesterday morn
ing. Rov. Horan, Arthur Morrick, Mrs,
William Plummer, Dr. and Mrs. J. W.
Fottor of Maxwell aro among tho out
of town people who nro attending Chau
tauqua this woek.
Tho Storo room 22x100 with basement
20x30 nt 223 East Sixth St., will be for
rent of tor August 15th. S. Goozee.
Oak Swarthoutwas arrested Wednes
day for abusing his family whilo under
tho Influence of liquor. His caso came
up in Justice Sullivan's court and upon
tho plon of his wlfo he was roloasod
but njj beforo signing a papor promis
ing to keop tho poaco in tlw futuro and
to riljfrflin from tho excessive uso of
intoxicating drinks and nvold the influ
enco o bd company.
Charles Kusenhusky vma arratd
j VW tlnestluy urM tHed in Justfoe Sulli-
. ai 'i court for .ti;iir,j! a pair of pants
... . a t .! ! ' 11. Fill.ii .
I j. . " .Ujr. ivu.it ghaeky had be oh
i isiQifK .vound I Ik- l ul, bum m Front
t a 't .- " V i tliyt ho
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Yocman 5, Cozad 4.
hotly contested game of ball
Mutual Building & Loan Association
Of North Pintle, Nebraska.
In order to supply funds for approved
luuua una uosuuiiiuuii will 1HHUU a lim
ited amount of its paid up stock.
inis hiock uraws uiviucnus nt uie
rate of six nor cent ner annum. Divi
dends payable semi-annually March lot
and September 1st. Money invested
in this stock may bo withdrawn at any
iiino upon iniriy aays notice.
This association is operated under tho
supervision of the State Banking
Board and all of its assets are invested
in mortgages on improved North Platte
real estate on safe margain.
Saml. Goozee, So -y.
Tho city council held its regular
meeting Tuesday evening. With the
exception of Cinrk Buchanan ovory
membor was present. A levy and appro
priation ordinance was read and passed.
Tho total levy this year is twenty-four
mills, samo ns last year.
Tho acceptance of the telophono fran
chise of the North Platto Telephone Co. 5
was received and placed on file.
Police Judge Wnrren's report of fine
and fees during June was found to be
There was filed communication from
tho trustees of tho Baptist church of
fering the lot, where tho Unitarian hall
stands, to the city for$G,200, claiming
to clear the title In every respect should
the city decide to purchase. Tho com
munication being in tho form of nn
offer, it was received and filed.
A petition for two new streets lights,
one on Fifth and Eastman Ave., the
other on Third nnd Eastman Ave., in
the Trustee's addition, was granted and
an order given for them to be put In. at
An ordinance defining the city '
limits and. cutting off Platto View sub
division, oast of town, was read for the
third time and upon motion passed.
The Thirty-sixth Semi-Annual Statement Showing
Condition of the
NEBRASKA CENTRAL BUILDING AND
. LOAN . ASSOCIATION,
Opening of Business July 1, 1911.
Real estato loans '. $2,253,213.50
Stock loans 25,672.35
Ofllco building nnd furniture 16,150.85
Real estate 36,807.33
Real estate sold 9,778.88
Bills receivable 106.90
Cash on hand and in bank k 224,103.20
Capital stock und dividends credited ,' $2,433,731.02
Reserve fund . ',; , 50,i43.70
Undivided profits to pay July dividend.. ... '. '81,193.27
Miscellaneous accounts, , , 765.02
Total : $2,565,833.01
A semi'annunl dividend of 4 per cent has -been declared arid
credited to installment stock July 1, 1911;
Total receipts for first six months of 1911 .$727,104.05
Total profits for first six months of 1911 102,479;46
Total loans made first six months of 1911 311,820.80
Total umount paid investors first six months of 1911 288,957.07
During tho first six months of 1911 tho "NEBRASKA CEN
TRAL" matured 655 shares of its installment stock, which brought
tho shareholders $65,500 in cash. This stock was carried upon a
monthly pnyment of 60 cents per share and reached maturity in 112 ,
months, Tho total amount paid in on these 655 shares was $47,546.94; '
Tho profits earned and paid wore $19,012.66,
There are in force July 1, 1911, 67,725 shares of stock, which
whon matured will have a total value of $6,772,500.00.
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