Conditions good in Northern Nebraska

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Conditions good in Northern Nebraska - i world myself a weeks many let had wished so...
i world myself a weeks many let had wished so could first him before an indolence CONDlfioOOOB IN NORTHERN NEBRASKA Merchants, Millers, Stockmen and Farmers See Good Year Ahead, Wallace Thornton Finds. Good crops and good business are forecast for northern Nebraska this year, according to reports by Wallace G. Thornton of the chamber of commerce, commerce, who is touring the state to first hand information on conditions. Mr. Thornton made this report Saturday: Saturday: Meadow Grove.--According: to tankers at this point, shipments of live stock will he header than usual this year. Meadow Grove is one of the largrest hog shipping points along the North Western, there 254 carloads shipped durms 1922 Vet Lewis a farmer living just west of t o is rasing nearly 2,000 hogs this year. Oakdalr.--Altho three years ago Oakilale suffered one of the worst hail storms m tne history of Nebraska, it has fully recovered recovered and business men and residents ag-ain optomistic. As a result of the storm practically every residence had to be fs- painted And In many instances, new roofs w e r e necessary. The Oakdale Milling company reports the largest business In 1922 t any previous year. jfelig-l.--While some of the smaller cities in the state have complained from loss business during the past few years due the increased use of automobiles, Nelig-h merchants jeport a steady gain The roads leading to Xehg-h are exceptionally good and are well maintained, which gives the citv a larger tiade territory. There is a forty acre park w h i c h includes an date tourist camp ground and a half mile race track along the Elkhorn rlvei. Xorth of the- city is the Neligh country clnb includes a ciub house and a fine nine golf course. O'Neill.--The county agent of Holt count} reports that crop conditions in this county are exceptionally good, and that small grain will yield from 45 to 50 to the acre. The corn crop will be good pec'all-, m the northern part of the county providing- that frost does not interfere. 1 was damaged to a certain extent along r«ver but there w i l l be a fairly good The three banks of O'Neill have combined deposits of about one and three-fourths

Clipped from Lincoln Journal Star01 Sep 1923, SatPage 4

Lincoln Journal Star (Lincoln, Nebraska)01 Sep 1923, SatPage 4
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