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PAGE 16 AUGUST 3, 1905 OPENS WITH LARGE ATTENDANCE Nebraska Epworth Assembly Popular As Ever The Nebraska Epworth Assembly is now in session and great audiences are present at every service. This has come to be the most popular summer gathering in Nebraska and is second In attendance only to the state fair. The following list of names of speakers engaged will give an idea of the magnificent program in store for those who attend: ' Mark Guy Pearse, of London. Governor E. W. Hoch, of Kansas. Bishop David H. Moore, of Portland. ' Fred Emerson Brooks, Poet of the Sierras. ! 1 Dr. Robert S. Mac Arthur, of New York. Dr. George R. Stuart, of Tennessee. Col. H. W. J. Ham, the Georgia .humorist. ' Dr. Anna Shaw, of Philadelphia. Dr. D. F. Fox, of Chicago. ; Dr. Stephen J. Herben, editor Ep worth Herald. I f Frank J. Roberts, the world traveler. ' Mr. Clinton N. Howard, of Roches ter, N. Y. Dr. Wm. F. Anderson, of New York city. . ": - ; Mr. Ralph Bingham, promotor of 'mirth.'' : , Spence and MacDonald, Scottish en tertainers, v Kaffir boy choir, of South Africa. The Locke male quartette. STATEMENT Of the condition of the Security Savings & Loan Association of Lin coln, Nebraska, on the 1st day of July, 1905. , -, ASSETS First mortgage loans ...... ' $300.00 Furniture and stationery ... $ W-oW TI'C TDIICTC 1)0 yn whh t0 ,earn tbe truth I liL I rilla 1 0 about the Trusts? If so, send ,ns W cents and we will send you on t rial for three months one of the best and moss powerful anti Trust papers published, and request 100 publishers of like reform papers to mall you sample copies of tbelr publications. Lota of Interesting and In structive reading matter on Important reform questions. Bead our running article on the Modern Pharisee (the Trust magnates and their satellites) and see how they make religion a stepping-stone to the accumulation of great wealth, and how tney secure the support of the Churches In elections by tbelr contributions to religious and other Institu tions of the "blood-money" wrung from the peo ple. DO IT NOW. Address, THE INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNE, Corona, N. Y. Cash ... Expenses and taxes paid ... ' Total ................. : LIABILITIES Capital stock paid up ...... Undivided profits ., Membership fees . '. .. . . . . .V $456.30 $ 3.65 $813.75 -' ? ' $745.00 $ 8.75 $ 60.00 Total $813.75 Receipts and expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1905. v RECEIPTS J Balance on hand July 1, 1905. 1 $ Dues ....... $745.00 Membership fee .......... ; .$ 68.75 Total , $813.75 EXPENDITURES ft Loans $300.00 Expenses . . ...... .......... ' $ 57.45 Cash on hand .......... . . . $456.30 Total $813.75 State of Nebraska, Lancaster coun ty, ss. I, I. H. 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