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URI). H «IB»ON, I Pallllllwri
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Entered nt the Loup City Pontofflca for trail»
mission through the mall* as second
Official Paper Sherman County
M. B Kbehe.of Lincoln.
For Regents of Slate Univarsity,
K. U. Met I ii,ton.of Omaha
lit. William II Klt,.of Ainsworth.
For Congressman fllh District.
M I* Kinmaio,. of O'Neil.
Forjudge of I0tli District,
r. O. Hamkh.of Kearney.
John L. Ckessi.kh.of Hazard
J. A. Stevens. of Harrison twp
W II. Huown.of Rockville twp
WAI.TI1I koii* . of Loop City
Du A 8. Main.of Loup City.
DEMOCRATIC COONTY NOMINEES.
J K Pearson.of Harrison twp
The democratic flag halers don’t
know what .1i (I'ni»n;ii:niHn means,
or (liev would know that expansion
ia a part of il.
Great Britain is peri'lmsing Ame
rican eni ne I beef for her soldiers it)
tbe Transvaal Will the pop leaders
take notice «>.id ascertain if it was
W -m ~ " '—' ■ *
Has the poo and demopop papers
learned ilisi Him Mm ilt news paper
censor has been declared off for more
tban a month If ao they have for
gotten to mention il
Hi* democratic friends will pre
so in * lil \ lie sorry to hear that Agui
naldo'a plnii for a rising among the
lower c'nsces in Manila, waa detected
and suppressed last week.
(If Mr. Br\*:> had been President
he oould have dune no less tban
Presi lent McKinley in resisting at
tack* upon American troops aud
Politicians who think that the peo
ple are tired of Kepublicau prosperi
ty and want to change back to the
conditions of four years ago, will
And that people’s memories are not
as abort as they suppose
At lust we have lived to see ihc
time cone when democrats of the
Knights of the Golden Cirsle stripe
quote Abraham Linsoln, and ack
nowledge that James G. lilaiua rauk
«d among our greatest statesmen.
If the United States troop were to
he withdrawn from Luzon, bow long
would it he before they come into
possession of some olhar power?
, And would their ebsnae for attain,
tog seif government be improved by
such transfer of ownership? If ilia
conceded that at present they are
not capable of atandiug alone, will
not their chance of attaining that
stature be better tinder the United
State* than under German, French
or Japanese owuerabip? It is a ton
diliou, uol a theory, that cot fronts
A special from Wiehila, Kao., to
the Kansas Clb Journal, •*,» -Carl
Brown, situ h<l L'oaey's army to
\\ ashmuloii and who arrived here
fnu# Dvuver, •••< his woinil march
Matur lay, Suudst declare*! hi*
*' '• it I U <> I In d :• ill. n I «
would go ao furlher Itiowa has
repudiated I'upuiitm llryausadJer
f» Bl«*ip«m • • lb lias encountered
two much prospentv and has given
•p hi* calamity migration.'* Will
the Time* please lei! ua with*? Mr
M Brown its mean Carl) is a -am#
Ihief of a h«>rue this! siace he has
qhll the gang
The editorial page of the Tin ea
last week, shows a degree of deprav
ity which is deploiihle to the ex
treme. European anarchism seems
to have found its level in the vapor
Ings of that paper. It’a editor
■eems to be a pliant tool in the hands
of an “Oxford Graduate” who has
never made a success at anything,
and whose pen knows no decency,
but who loves to revel with Ida kind
in their owu putridity and swill.
Their wish seems to be lather to their
writings. Assertions are made that
they know has no foundation in fact,
neither do they seem to care as long
as it serves their purpose. The
writer of the articles refered to well
ktows that a word over his own sig
nature is weighed with the farmers
as was that of Ananias, therefoie
ha hides under the cloak of the edit
or, and the editor seem to tolerate
the pariaite for what, patronage there
is in it. '
The Timas claims that Itev. Mail
ley is a British subject. Mi Mailley
is not a British su >jcc', he is an
Irish man by birth, came to this coun
try when small and gained his clli
zcnship, and used it hs a democrat
until the populist parly was hatched,
when aa was usual with that party he
took up the pop wail aud wasted on
pop pap to the best of tbair ability,
lie was tendered and accepted the
position of chaplain of the populist
legislature of this state, after wbicU
Goveiuoi Holcomb prevailed on him
to go n> l ie Philippines as chaplain
Of the First Nebraska, as a mark of
compensation for services rendered
the populist party. And after he
became thoroughly convinced of the
pelti> 1 y and unpatriotic principles of
that party, he left them as thousands
of other loyal men are doing am) is
now owtapokcu f r Republican prin
ciples Mr Mailley is a patriot who
loves Ins adopted country, and does
uot hesitate to condemn the sede
tious utterances of such British tab
jeclH ns we find publishing or writing
mean fsUlioods about him, neither
will he continue to train with sopper
heuds after he is convinced of ths
The Times mailed a groat fms over
the present condition of our county
and all for the ao!e purpose of in
fluencing votes for itieir benefit.
That paper well knows just bow po
litical matters have been in the coun
ty ainca its organization It knows
that as regurds county affairs no par
ty lines were ever drawn until the
populist party wan organized, and
that the debt as stated in the Times
last week, was the product of men
of both parlies permiscuoualy selec
led bv a mixed population of repub
licans and democrats which no one
has any excuse to offer for. But
since Mr. Fsirbairn was placed is
the treasurer's office, we defy a charge
of dishonesty or recklessness. Mr.
Fairbairo, a republiaan, set sn ex
ample which was continued by Mr
Acheubacb, s republican, who first
liegau to collect back taxes by dis
tress, sod at the end of ids term bad
collected, we are told, ll J.oOo, and
placed it to the good of the comity.
Then the populists eleeltd their man
uod have doue so ever since. They
followed up work well done begun
by Itepublican olficera and today
finds us just where wuy honest trews
urera would have placed ua and no
wore. The populist* elwim to be w
reform party, but have they Seeu
able to steer clear of the pit-falls that
surround public t tfl ers'< l*id they
not lose l i.oitu in (he Nichols bank
under treasurer I'oUkif And where
wss the excuse f -r it, •Imply Ixlm-e
a p p dial **-aid of supervisor* jg
nori-d (he u|es lings of the Itepub I
can kiciiOh r who r>p*aledlv Warned
hew Ills! the W 1*1 a*a is great
danger of being Imi Hut that Wii
( p puli* board a tel a pope 11*1 hank
and fat >r> lam wear to the same
lengths aa it «trd with an; parti l*id
it aotf Aud we l<wl oar ■•m*i j*tai
at we did whea the *b*trwsh i'-weti
Hsnmag t'-napanv (|Sil, tieni|eai««
bslifali>4« sn« •«*, scratch the
wote from your own aye sad the*
call up vour Height*
Henry Stark drove to Oak Creek Iasi Thurs
day to purchase potatoes.
Joe. Daddow and wife and Dave Depew
and family, were guests at Mr. Throckmorton*
Lew Saddler aad Will Harnett arrived home
Friday from their second trip to North Loup,
with wagon loads of cubbages.
The Schoolniu tin In district forty six, has
recently purchased a pony that rejoices in the
euphonious appellation of "blackjack, "
Henry Schoealng and wife, arrived home
from Omaha, Wednesday night after a few
days visit at (he Exposition
John Hollister. a former leuchor In this coun
ty. was taken lli with typhoid fever while pur
suing hie etuddles at the state University.
At last reports ho was slowly recovering un
der the excellent care of the V. M. A., of
The aew sod school house in the lately or
ganized district, number sixty-four, is a com
modious and substantial, If not artistic, struct
ure. It le well lighted, supplied with new fur
niture from the Urand Kuplds Desk Co,, uud
a selection of up-to-date text books Is provid
ed. it le presided over by an efficient teacher,
Nellie Robinson who is making a success of
her first term of school.
♦ ♦ -
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure tbornughiy
digests food without aid from the sto
mach, aud at the same time heals and
restores tho diseased digestive organs
It is the only remedy that docs both of
these things and can be relied upon to
permanently cure dyspepsia
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* DeWittV Little Early Risers did me
more good than all blood medicines anil
other pills,” writes Deo.'ll Jacobs,
of Thompson. Conn, prompt, plea-ant,
never gripe,—they cure constipation,
amuse the torpid liver to action Mini
give you clean blood. Steady nerves, a
clear brain and a healthy appetite.
Tetter, Hall-Klieiini and Karma
The intense itching anil small I ng inci
dent to these diseases, is instantly allay
ed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skill Ointment. Many very bad c: see
have been permanently cured by it- It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25cts. per box.
For sale by Odendahl Bro's.
♦ ♦ ♦
lltlCKI.K.'VV ARNICA HALVE.
The best salve in the world for Outs
Bruises Bores Uicets Balt Khenm Fever
Bores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains
Corns and all Bkin Eruptions and pos
itively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 2fl cents
per box. For sale by Odendahl Bros.
Stale of Nebraska /
'-s s The State of Nebr.
Sherman County \
To Wm. Cook non-resident owner of the
following described real estate situated in
Itoad Dist. No. 3 of Sherman Co.. Nebraska
to-wit: South east (juurler Section 3, Town
ship 16, KuBge II west.
You are hereby notified that complaint has
been made to me as Hoad Overseer of said
read district that there is aa open well upon
the above described real estate and If the
same Is not tilled up Immediately, I shall pro
ceed to till the same In the manner provided
by law. as the same is dangerous fur stock.
Given under my hand this 36th day of Oct
S. N. Potu.SKN, Overseer
Road Dial. No. 3 Sherman county, Neb.
t Tlie State of Neb
To unknown owner and Nebraska Loan and
Trust Compeny owners ol the following des
cribed real estate situated In Hoad district
No. 3. of Sherman county, Nebraska, to-wit:
South east quarter Section IU. Township 16
Kaage 14 west. You are hereby net!tied that
complaint has been made to me as Hoad Over
seer of said road district that there is uu
open well upon the above described real estate
and if the same is aot tilled up Immediately
I shall proceed to till the same in the man I
ner provided by law. a* the same it danger
ous to stock.
Uiven under my hand this 36th day of Oct
S. N. Poulseh, Overseer
Itoad llist No. 3, Sherman County. Neb.
■ ies «he II
+ .i . . something must be < •
* vs •> u loud. If the j ’
fnv. mil* doesn't nour-!!
id. sh* needs SCOTT’S <»
£ dMULS’ON. It supplies the ] “
k elements of fat required fur !!
f the baby. If baby is not < >
Z notiritad by its artificial !!
♦ loud. lh.n it requires
i <. * t 'vvoonlul three ''
'! o* t * • » m. i a day in iU !!
1 > b • b ve the desired < *
;; cf. I scemi tu leave a ' *
,, I*'; . .1 elb t upon babies !!
A fifty-cent i \
!; but! . ' , '.•* the truth | ’
(, oi iv * s4,f intnb. , ,
' 1 ».*> ;<•/« talea la u t atr at 1 '
1 * *att a% wittur. 1 1
i i v «u» \ . *.» ... .. > « , ,
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
To all whom If may concern: The com
missioner appolulerl to view and report upon
the vacation of it road commencing at that
part of road No. !U. beginning at a point
where the same Intersect* the half section
line running north and south of Section to,
Township 15 north of Range 15 west of the
6th p in. In Sherman county, and miming
thence In * south easterly, direction, across
the south aasi quarter of Section 10, the north
east quarter of Section 15, the north west
quarter of Section 14, south west quarter ot
Sue II south east quarter of Sec 14 all In
Township 15. north of Range 15 west and
terminating at road number one hundred and
twenty-two uftji bo vacated, has reported iu
favor of the vacation thereof, and ull ob
jections thereto, or claims for damages must
ho bled la the county clerk s ofllee on or before
noon of the 30th day of December, A. D.
I*W». or such road w ill be vacated without
Dated this 35 day of October, ISIW.
[seal] John minshull. County Olerk.
State of Nebraska i
- ss The State of Ncbr.
County of Sherman I
To M. Thompson, non resident owner of
the following described real estate sltuuted la
llouil Dlst. No. 10 of Sherman county, Neb
raska. to wit: Southwest fourth of Section 10
township 15, range 15 west. You are hereby
notttiud t hat complaint has been made to me
as Road Overseer of suid road district that
there is an open w ell upon the above described
real estate and If the same is not tilled up
immediately 1 shall proceed to nil the same In
the manner provided by law us the same Is
dangerous for stock.
Given under my hand this I7lb day of October.
I*9W W. H. Reynolds, Overseer
Road Dlst. No. 10, Sherman County. Nobruska
State of Nebraska /
-s. n. The State of Nebr.
County of hheruian 1
To unknown non-resident, owner of the
following described real estate situated in
Bond district No 3 Sherman county. Nebras
ka, to wit: Northeast quarter of Section 10,
Township 16. Range II west: You are here
by iiolllleil that complaint has been made to
me as Hoad Overseer of suld road district
thut there are two open wells upon the above
described real estate and If the same Is not
idled up immedbutely, 1 shall proceed to
till the same lu the manner provided by law.
as the same Is considered dangerous for
Given under my hand tins 30th day of Oct
8, N. Paitlbbk. Overseer
Road Ulst. No. 3. Sherman county, Nebr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Lincoln, Neb, l
September Dili, 1800 f
Notice la hereby given that the follow -
named settlers has filed notice of his lnten
tlon to make Anal proof In support of hit
claim, ami that said proof will bo made be
fore the County Judge of Sherman county,
at Loep, Nebraska, on October 38, 1830
viz: Peter F llansen. Homestead Entry
No. 17380 lor the Northwest fourth of see
tion 34, Township HI, Range 15, west Bib
Ho names the following wlluesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, via:
Frederick Tbode of Loup, Nebraska.
Mike Komlaskl of “ “
Peter Urudzenski of •• "
Peter Tbode of " “
J. W. Johnson, Register,
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHATTEL
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of
a chattel mortgage dated on the 10th day
ol April, 1800, and duly tiled In the office of
the county clerk of Sherman county, Neb
raska on the I5th day of April, 1800 and e»
ecuted by J. t Tooley to t. M. Reed and
by lil’ri assigned to D. M. Osborne A Co.
or Auburn, N Y, to secure the payment
of the sum of oo and upon which
there is now due Hie sum or $06.00 and
Interest ai the rate of 10 per sent per annum
from date. Default having been made In
the payment of said sum and no suit or
other proeeudlngs at law having been Insti
tuted to recover said debt or u iy part
thereof therefore 1 will sell the property
therein described, vis: One red mil white
s|Mitled oow with V shuped s|hii im fore
head, also. One dark rod cow, ai t«i bile auc
tlon in front of the Racket store, Loup
City, Sherman ttounlv, Nebraska on Sat
urday, November tth, |s9'.».
Dated this 13th day ol October, 180*.
1>. 51 AliSHOHNK A Co
By T. 51. Rami, Agent.
f? • rioncn,
Attornoy at Law and Notary PalDi. |
Will Defend in i'oreelanan Outt
alro no a
General Real Estate Business.
Offlce In K'iiiudimiio llu! Idle*.
Lovr city, Ntauitiu.
R. J. NIGHTINGALE,
lout am. i i m
A- S- MAIN.
NIVSK’IAN & SUUiKON
LUtll* tin. NfftKA'lA
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If "r Oort
Cure* luipuW-i.v )', Night Km!** ion* and
watting tli*ev»e«, ail elect* of eelf
auuM), or iiicm mm uu. ,#• ;
\ ii*i\ i i.i. i.-i
hutlilrr. tiring* the |
gltlW to pilf i In 111 ami j
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Mr ml I(Mr (Imiar AtUlrr**,
NCHVITA MCOICAL CO.
Oilman A Ammqw Mi , CHieAiu * ..
r> >M M li.lt MY
I.mm# ( lijr, X#fci
AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
Fall and Winter
It is the finest and most complete stock
of fresh goods ever brought to the Loup
Country. I always stand
for the best interest of my customer* and
strive to supply them with the very best
goods in the market and at the lowest rates
for good goods. It give us control of the
best class of customers and increases our
business. For all around fair treatment,
“your moneys worth or your money back,”
and for a large stock to select from we take
the lead this fall and winter.
Buy Youf Groceries of pie.
and get the freshest and best in town.
J. PHIL JAEGER,
LOUP CITY. BKBRA8KA.
FIRST BANK OF LOUP CITY.
General Banking Business Transacted.
Paid up Capital Stock $20,000
Gorrrhpondknth: Seaboard National Bank. New York City, N. Y., Omaka
National Bank, Omaha, Nebraska.
W. H. UOECKNRR.
A trial aolicited, Kit guaranteed,
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