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The Power of
CLOSING OUT SALE
For the next Thirty Days I will sell at Reduced Prices , as Follows:
See Our $1 Window.
; Every article in our south show window
will be sold at $ioo this week only.
This is the greatest leader North
Platte has iver seen; You will never
have such an opportunity to ma ke $ i
go as far as this.
DIXON, The Jeweler.
Inspector for Burroughs
Adding Machine Co.
SCHILLER & CO.,
First Door North of
First National Hank
Lloyd Cook of Cozad wna a visitor in
Julius Hahjor transacted business in
Sidney this week.
Miss Alta Hoy of Garfield is visiting
relatives during Chautauqua.
Attorney Shuman left Wednesday
evening for Omaha or business.
JuHub Hahlor is the latest to invest
in a new five passenger Buick car.
Joseph Weeks who has been quite
ill for some time is much improved.
Mrs. Cook, of Hershey, spent Wed
nesday with Mrs. James Cunningham.
Miss Mabpl. Getty enmo homo a i ow
days ago from nvjsit in Pnxton with
Bert Rodgers left yestarday morning
for Indiana to spend a month with
Miss Carrie Richards' returned to
Paton Wednesday after a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Woods of Wal
' laco are visiting friends and attending
Master Harry Simpkin, son of Con
ductor Simpkin of Omaha, spent several
days in town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John DeRolf and. child
ren left yesterday for Terra Haute,
Ind., to spend six weeks.
Mrs. Fred Wright and son of Lincoln
arrived yesterday afternoon , and will
visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Mary Elias will leave tonight
for Iowa to be gone two weeks. Enrouto
home she will visit friends in Omaha.
Mrs. W. A. Charlesworth, of Tenn-
' essee, is visiting her brother Leonard
Cornott, having arrived early in the
Misses Katherino Youngman and
.May Lewis' of Valley have entered the
training school at the Physician & Sur
Mis3 Cora Moore .arrived yesterday
from Indianola, Iowa, and will visit her
brother Charles Moore and wife for a
week or longer.
Luther Tucker came homo Wednes
day evening from Omaha where ho at
tended a convention of the car men for
Buveiui uujo. ,
0. H. Robertson, of Omaha, visited
friends in town yesterday. A few
years ago ho held a position hero as one
of the railroad officials.
Cubitt B. Smyth, a former machinist
in this city who has resided in Omaha
for the past five years, is spending a
few days with local friends.
Ira LeMasters returned Wednesday
from a two weeks' visit in Fremont
and left that evening for Hastings to
attend the avintion meot.
Mrs. W. C. Elder, son Colter and
grandaughtor Union Gleason left Wed
nesday for Montana to spend a month
with Mr. Anna Johnson.
Mrs. W. T. Banks and tl.'V; hu-i-
B'! thn rainf home Wedn '.-.
nn 'iij.yp;' visit cf never ! "
.t'.lr, I i-;tlHr.d end Lou Ajifco.-
DR. W. l CROOK, J;
Uracluato Northwestern University. L.
2 Ofllce ovor McDonald State Bank
J. S. Robbins of Wnllaco was among
the visitors in the city yesterday,
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cox nro mov
ing into their new home on west Sixth
street this week.
Mrs. Alox Russell is enjoying a visit
from her sister Mrs. Young who arrived
from the east yestorday.
Mm. Fred Dolson left yesterday for
her her homo in Oakland, Cnl., nftcr
spending a week in the city with rela
Lyman Welsh returned to the city
yesterday morning after an absence of
thirty days' which ho Bpcnt in Iowa
Mr. and Mrs. Hayden and daughter
of Wallace who have been spending
Bovernl days in town went home yester
day afternoon in their auto.
Mrs. J. B. Redfield Sr., and daughter
Jennie of Omaha nro expected the first
of the week to visit the former's grand
sons, Dr. W. J. and J. B. Redfield.
Mr. and Mrs. hu. Uoouman will re
turn tomorrow evening from Omaha
where they spent a week, the former
on business and the latter with friends,
Raymond Long of Cheyenne has aq
cepted a position as stenographer in
Foreman W. T. Beery's office, succeed.
ing Sam Wertheimer who left for the
east. the first of the week.
People will bo showing you the things
they bought at our $1.00 sale. You will
wish you were one ot those people.
DIXON, The Jeweler.
Miss Jessie Baker has severed her con
nection with the North Platte Telephone
Co., and accepted a position as tele
phone operator in the Western Union
Mrs. John Grimes and daughter
Fosta formerly of this city arrived
from Omaha yesterday to visit her sis
ters, Mesdames Philip Deats and How
ard McMicheal for a month or more.
Miss Mabel Gumb of Grand Is
land , arrived here Wednesday and
will visit at the Day home for a week
or longer. She will be accompanied
homo by Mrs. Guy Robinson of Grand
Island who- has been the guest of her
mother for two weeks.
Mrs. McArthur of Omaha is expected
tomorrow and will visit local friends for
a day while enroute to California. She
will bo accompanied to the coast by
her daughter Mrs. Naomi McArthur
who Is a guest at the Payno house
Mrs. George Haines died in this city
Wednesday evening. For some timo
she had been ill with a complication of
diseases for which sho took treatment
from the local physicians. Her death
was oxpected for sovernl days as her
caso was pronounced oritical early )n
tho week. The remains were taken to
her home seven mile from town Thurs
For Sale -Milk, eraam and spring
Chi. -kens, delivered, i ll'Hie Din,
r. vv. i;
j rlv.td in North Platte Wednesday ranr,-
ii'i l:iI Iiui bce.i juthi ling i.ala of
( i"'. ' ' ,' n ;'.! i f ; "!i ! l , l r,
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McCormick and DeerinjJ Hurvcstors and Binders. 6 ft cut $100.00'
McCormick and Dcering Mowers, 0 ft. cut, each 47.00
McCormick and Deering 12 ft., Sulky Hriy Rnckes, self dump 27.00
International Hny Sweeps ..;.?,, 30.00
International Hay Stackers 45.00
Binding Twine, per lb li&f; , .07
Drain Hay Sweeps . . 35.00
Dain Hay Stackers 50.00
Champion Hny Sweeps 30.00
New Departure and other Cultivators 1300 to 17.00
Riding Cultivators, single row , , 25.00
Riding Cultivators, two row. . . .'. .': 35.00
John Deer 16 inch steel beam walking Plow 13.00
Three Section Steel Lover Harrow, each 10.00
Disc Harrows ... 10.00 Upward
Press Drills 12 disc 7O.OO
Farm Wagons, Weber, Stoughton and Fti 'Smith''. v 965.00 and up
Spring Wngons , i .-. ; . . $ T., $jjj...O0 and up
Road Wagons V 45.00 nnd up
Buggies , . . .'ivWf 00.00 and up
Buggy Poles -...'. ' ?? ' 500 onJ "P
Low Down Farm Trucks. . . ,'. . . 3O.00 and up
Gasoline Engines., 50,00 and up
Woven Wire Fencing. 26 inch, 6 inchstay,-,pcr rod 30 cents
Woven Wiro Fencing, 48 inch. 6 inch stamper rod ..... . 50 cents
Ranges . .',. . v -22-50 and up
Detroit Vapor Stoves ,s. . . . y. . 7.00 and up
Gasoline Stoves , ,y ......... . 2.00 und up
Coal Oil stoves . 6.00 und up
Base Burners. 50.00 and up
Heating Stoves " 4.00 and up
Also a complete line of Hardware, Tinware and Granitewarc, Monarch Malleable Ranges, Sharpless
Cream Separators, Samson, Aermoter and Fairbury Windmills, Well Pipes, Pumps, and pipe fittings, Barb
Wire, Stock Tanks and Hogwaterers, Field and Garden Seeds, Barn Paint, Poultry and Qhick Foods, Condi-
" tion Powders, Sickle Grinders, Rubber Hose, Machine Oil, Axle Grease, Etc.
If you need anything in above lines I can save you money,
JOSEPH HERSHEY", '
Corner 5th and Locust Sts. Telephone 15 NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
New Bank Opens Tomorrow.
The Platte Valley Bank, North
Platte's newest financial Institution will
open for business tomorrow, tho non
arrival of furnishings having delayed
the opening for a week. The now insti
tution is handsomely furnished with
mnhogony counters nnd desks, ono six
ton safe for records and a mnngnneso
steel time-lock safe for tho cash. These
furnishings, with tho neat papering,
painting nnd floor covering, gives tho
room an attractive appearance.
Tho officers nnd directors of the insti
tution are experienced bankers nnd
business men,- conservntivo in- their
business tranactions and enjoy the con
fidence of the people.
Pure bred Scotch Collio puppies,
from working stock. Inquire or address,
'i Blankknhuho linos,,
North Platte, Neb.
A score of ladies wero entertained
by Miss Grnco Payne Tuesday afternoon
in honor of, her eight house guests.
Card' games were played during tho
afternoon nnd a delicious lunch served.
The following , afternoon a Bridge
pnrty was held to which twenty-five
ladies responded to invitations. The de
corations consisted of red( pink and
white roses. Light refreshments were
enjoyed after the games.
On Wednesday evening forty-fivo
young ladies and gentlemen were re
ceived. Card playing was tho, principal
form of entertainment nnd continued
until midnight when all partook of an
elegant spread. Boquets of pink and
white flowers predominated in the dec
orations and the color scheme was enrried
out in the place cards and desserts.
North Platte Wins.
Appended are the scores mnde in a
team contest between tho Sterling,
Colo;, Gun Club and tho Buffalo Bill'
Club hero Tuesday. Mr. Will Bowman
of tho Duport Powder Co., of Denver,
Colo., shot with the Sterling team while
Mr. Geo. Carter of the Peters Cartridge
Co., at Lincoln, shot with tho North
Platte team, these shooters being in
the profossionnl class. Each man shot
at 100 targets, North Platte team &15,
"Lost and Won" "The
Country Lovers" "The Prie
tess of Carthage."
5 and 10 Cents.
Statement of the Condition
MUTUAL BUILDING 8
of North Platte. Nebraska, on the 80th
day of June, 1011.
First mortgage loans ..,..(438 000 oo
Htock loans...,, , uuoooo
Cash., a 332 CM
Delinquent Interest, premiums and
lines 582 70
Expenses and taxes paid 1 102 00
Other ausuU ,,,, SIM
Total ma 071 89
Capital stock paid up $120 m M
lteser.ve fund 0 eoo oo
Undivided nrotlts lU 1M Oil
Advance Interest 131 SO
D. B. Day of tho state Building and
Loan Association is spending several
days here on business.
Mrs. Cornolin Daw died at tho homo
of her daughter Mrs. W. II. Flotchorln
tills city Wednesday afternoon of heart
trouble, at the age of sixty ono years,
although she had suffered with tho
diseaso for several months her condition
of Into was such that her death ennio
as a groat shock to tho relatives. Tues
day evening sho nltended tho ChnutaU-
qua mooting nnd to all appearances was
in tho best of health but at noon of the
following day b16 was taken vloluntly
ill nnd death followed In the space of n
few hours. Mrs. Dnw came to this city
from Ohio about ono year ngo to innkrt
hor homo with her dadghtor. Funeral
services wero held at the hou9o yester
day morning by Rov. Charles liarmnn
and remains tnKon to hor former hoinu
In Znncsvillo, where hor son resides.
First National Bank,
of North Platte, Nebraska.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Capital and Surplus $140,000.
E. F. SEERERGER, President,
M. KEITH NEVILLE, Vice-President,
F. L. MOONEY, Cashier.
J. J. HALLIGAN.
Total. (US 071 8fl
HKCBIPTS AND KXI'KNDITUIIKB FO
THIS VEAH KNDINO JUNK 30, 1811,
nalancc on hand July 1, 1010 1 0 450 68
Dues.. 140 44U 03
Interest, and lines . St m 4.1
Loans repaid , 83 713 33
MIscollunnouB Fees 4Hft 2ft
Taxes nd Insurance 156 00
Total , (218 652 61
Loans , , Its too 00
Expenses 1 748 07
Stock redeemed 78 2W 13
Cash on hand... .. ,,. 3 352 0U
Taxes and Insuranco 1-K S3
Btato of Nobraska, Lincoln county, tts.
J, Samuol Ooozeo. socrutary of tho nlovo
named Association, do solemnly swear that
tho forcirolnir statumcnt ot the condition of
said Association Is truo and correct to tho
bust of my laiowlodeo and lollef.
Hamurt, (Joozkk, Socrotary.
Suhscrllicd nnd sworn to before mo this 3rd
day of July, mil.
Oi. auk IIuoiianan. Notary Public.
Tiioa, O, I'attkusom,
V. T. liKiioNi, VDIrcctors.
W Mi L'DNNINailAM, J
Summer Tourist Round-Trip
Fares to the Pacific Coast
From North Platte to California $60.00.
,.. , , to North Pacific ' "Vv
Coast Points $55.00.
x.. to California one
way via North
Pacific Goast; '
Tickets on Sale June 1, to Sept. 30 inclusive. Final
return limit October 31, 191 1.
In addition to above the following- low rate will be
in effect, '
From North Platte to California $50.00
o to North Pacific ' w
Coast Points $50.00'
to California one
way via North
Pacific Coast ','
TicketgaPn Sale August 7 to 11 inclusive and 14 to
17 inclusive. Final return limit October 15,
UNION ' PAOIPIG
STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST.
Hi.il lllrwi l I out ' to V I'" .iht' 11 i N it Inn" I 1' '
Protected by Ffacfric Block Signals.
Exre'!e ' r ; " imoi all Train.
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