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    The Northwestern
FUCfelSHED EVERY FRIDAY
AT THE COUNTY BEAT.
GEO. K. BKNSCHOTEK,
Editor and Publisher
TERMS:—11.00 PKK YEAR, ir PAID IN ADVANCE
Entered at t'he Loup City Postolflce for trans
mission through the malls as second
class matter.
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For Governor.
JOHN H. MICKEY.
For Lieutenant Governor,
E. G. McOILTON.
For Treasurer,
PETER MORTENSKN.
For Secretary of State,
G. W. MARSH.
For Auditor,
CHARLES WESTON.
For Superintendent of Instruction,
WILLIAM K. FOWLER
For Attorney Oeneral.
F. N. PBOUT
For Commissioner Public Lands,
GEORGE D. FOLLMEK.
For Congressman,
M P. K1NKAID
COUNTY TICKET
For Couuty Attorney.
J. S. PEDLER.
For Representative.
ALVIN CLARK
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No tidings from the republican
senatorial committee yet.
What if the Times did see “our”
Joe posting up bills. He’ll be elect
ed anyway.
farmers arc most two busy to
talk politics just now, but from what
is beard the republican nominees
have nothing to tear from the vote
even in Sherman county. There are
many here-to fore populists who are
straight out for the republican ticket.
‘•Our foe”, Joe Pedler, ibe wid
dow’s friend, the republican nom
iuee for county attorney, and in
short the utan who is causing the
Times man so much concern, ie> the
man that is going to he elected this
fail, and don't you forget it.
Alvin Clark, the republican nom
inee for representative is making a
splendid canvass. He has the kind- j
est regard fur his opponant and only
differs with him in a political sense.
Mr. Clark is well educated and un :
interesting conversationalist. He
^is winning votes every day.
The Times got a little funny last:
week and garbled an article which
we printed away back in 1893 and
contrasted it with what we have to j
say now, hut the comparison was
mild to that which we made of bis
productions when ho turned a com
plete handspring and landed in the ;
middle of the pou-o-cratic camp.
At that time, in one issue of the
Times he, as a good republican,
denoumced the populist party and
spoke of the populist candidates
in a most scathing manner and
in the very next issue he a3 good
as call them angles just sprouting
tittle wings. Come over and have
a peanut, Ed.
On account of being hway to the
state fair last week there were sev
eral things wo did not mention and
one of them was the call we received
from Chas. lteidel, who brought
us a sample of what is known as
^ wild rye. This plant, according to
medical science, is very poison
ous, and if stock is allowed to
eat of b, disease will follow. It
produces an incurable disease which
invariably results in lingering sick
ness and death. Mr. Reidel, being
a man of a scientific turn of mind,
his, through his farm journal, the
Twenliih Century Farmer, been
closely observing the bnlitins issued
by the Nebraska Experiment Station
an finds that the plant referred to
is as stated, of a disease breading
character. All farmers and stock
raisers should study these subjects
well. They should write to the Ex
periment Station for these bnlitins
or better jet, lake a good farm
journal in which these bnlitins
are published. The wild rye, if
examined e! >s»dy, has a long black
kearncl, in which the death dealing
substance is said to bo located. Ex
actly this sumo plant with many
others of a poisonous character was
^~on exhibition at the Station s head
quarters on the fair ground.
DIED.
At Lis residence, at Uound Grove
I'usler county, Nebraska, on tbe
uigbt of September 7, James Bing
bam, one of tbe oldest settlers of
Custer county passed into tbe great
hereafter. Last Sunday was des
tined to be bis last day upon earth,
it found him at bis borne amoDg
bis family. But while tbe day was
yet youug, be began to sulfur from a
return of bis old trouble, heart fail
ure. The disturbance in his breast
did not become alarming for seyerul
hours after its return. It seemed to
be destined to run only its usual
course and then to probably sub
side for some days. But alas tbe
seciets of tbe future are deeply bid
den. Tbe day bad rolled by and
midnight was approaching. Some
members of tbe family bad retired
for the night, when the patient turn
ed '.o bis wife aud said “I an going
to die.” These words were bis last.
Their echo bad not ceased in tbe
room before the dew of death was
settling upon bis brow. Not one
struggle or quiver marked the end.
Tbe great message bad been deliver
ed in sileuce and was obeyed with
the promptness of a soldier to our
supreme in command.
Tbe dread malady, heart failure,
bad for years been threatening the
exbistance of tbe bead of tbe
Bingham bouse. It bad caused long
mouths of excrusiating, but patient
suffering. Week after week bis life
bad been despared of in the past,
but tbe strong iron will of tbe
man asserted itself, and each time
lie tallied and recovered his strength.
He bad indeed of late been con
grutulating himself on bis perrni
nnnt recovery. Ho was looking for
ward to a prosperous and happy
future. But subsequent events
prove that be reckoned without bis
host.
Mr. Bingham, with Ins young fam
ily were among the first settlers of
Custer county. They entered a pre
emption at Round Grove in June,
187 7. There were very few settlers
in the county at that time. No rail
roads, no wagon roads, bridges,
churches or schools. It required
rugged ami brave men to face the
privations and hardships of this
frontier in those days. The dark
days which so often came never
daunted him. He fought on year
after year with that confidence which
has inspired men to rear cities and
build empires in the west. Grand
empire builders they were, the pio
neers who conquered the “desert.”
But this one has gone to bis last re
ward. He was a loving Lusband,
a kind father and one of the truest
of friends. Honest and upright in
all his dealings He was a strong
man in his neighborhood, liked and
respected by all. He leaves behind
him a wife ODe daughter and two
sons to mourn his loss^aud take up
the work which he has left.
At his beautiful home in the Mud
dy Valley can be found a farm of a
section of land which testifies more
eloquently than words, the judge
ment of the man who staked it out
more than a quarter of a century
ago. It is indeed the beauty spot
of all Nebraska.
The Rev. Mr. Wood, minister of
the Baptist church at Mason City
conducted the funeral service. An
imposing prosession of his friends
bore the remains tenderly to his
silent tomb.
HIS SIGHT THKEATKMEU
“While picnlclng last month my 11
year old boy was poisoned by some
weed or plant,” says W . II. Dibble, of
Sioux City, la. “Herubbed the polB
ou off bis hand* into his eyes and fira
while we were afraid he would lose his
siglif. Finally a nigbbor recemmended
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. I’be first
application helped him and in a few daya
h ■ was as wi ll as ever.” For skin dis
eases, cuts, burns, scald*, wounds, ii
sec. bites, D’Wirr, Witch Hazel Salv*
tssureeure. Relieves piles. Beware of
counterfeits — O iemlabl Bros.
TO limit A COLD IN ON II DAT.
Take I.uxatlvi llr.'mo Quinine Taplets.
All druggists refund the money if it falls to
euro. M. W Grave’s signature la on each
box u __________
FrolH* in Attar of Koscs.
One of the most profitable products
of Bulgaria Is the oil or attar of
i roses, which amounts to more than
| 11,000,000 annually. The town of
rfhipka, where was fought the decisive
battle of the Tui ko-Russlan war, on
the 7th of July, 1877. Is the center of
the rose gardens.
H. M . Mathew has called our at
! tention to a letter which he received
' from Mr. Geislheardt the attorney
for the Logan and Loup City town
ship boud holders, in which the writ
er says that he had not employed Mr.
Mathew as attorney. But he further
wrote that the bonds must be paid,
that the people of these townships
voted aud issued these bonds and
sold them to innocent purchasers,
and that they might as well pay up
at-d lock pleasant about it. Mr,
G eistboardt infers that it was evi
deotfrem the start that such would
bo the inevitable result of the con
test. Why, of coarse it was,
and most anyone with a child's intel
ligence might have known it. Per
haps it was the lack of this intelli
gence that caused Mr Geistbeardt
to conclude that Mr. Mathew’ serv
ices was do longer ueeded. At any
rate it must have been the lack
of something that caused Mr.
Mathew to advise the township
boards that they could defeat the
bonds, by putting up f tf>0 tetain
er foes and severul hundred dollars
costs, agregaling nearly ft* 00.00
of which it cost these two townships
to apply his remedy.
DOCTORS IN MADAGASCAR.
French UatabllRhlng Free Itlapenaarj
Service Throng boat Iilkud.
The French have just begun to car
ry out a great work of humanity in
Madagascar. Medical missionaries
were until recently the only doctors
in the island. The Governor General
several years ago established a school
of medicine and a hospital at the cap
ital. The medical school has already
turned out fifteen native physicians
who have proved themselves compe
tent to practice medicine. With his
white medical staff and the intelligent
natives who are being trained to
practice medicine, the Governor Gen
eral now expects widely to extend the
service. He has therefore decreed
that all branches of the medical ser
vice in the island shall be consoli
dated in one organization and that
hospitals similar to that in Antana
narivo, where 125 sick persons may be
accommodated at one time and where
free medical service is dispensed to
applicants numbering 100 to 150 a day,
shall be established in the larger
towns. Many natives trained for med
ical service will travel from one vil
lage to another distributing medi
cines and treating the ill. Particular
attention will be given to the care of
children, as the mortality among in
fants is actually 40 per cent of the
total deaths. Pamphlets are now be
ing printed in the Malagasy language
giving rules of hygiene. It is hoped
that the measures which are being
taken to improve the health of the
people may result in the rapid In
crease of the population, which now
numbers only 2,500,000. The Governor
General says that in a half century
the population of Madagascar should
be double.—New York Sun.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that Henry J.
Lucks did on the 9th day of September.
1902, file with the Village clerk of Rock
ville Nebraska, in the county of Sherman
his petition and application for a license
to sell malt, spirituous and vinous liquors
in said village for part of fiscal year
beginning on the 27th day of September
1902 and terminating the first Tuesday in
May, 1903, such application being the pe
tition of more tl>an thirty of the resident
free holders of said village of Rockville.
Any objections, protest or remonstrance
to said application must be filed on or
before the 25th, day of September. 1902.
Dated this lltli day of September, 1902.
Hknry J. Lucks, Applicant.
Attest: W M. Smei.sek, Village Clerk.
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This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy that ceres • cold la one day
A. S- MAIN.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE.
8TOFS THK GOUGH AND WORKS
OFF THK COLD
Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No. cure. No Pay. Price
25 cents.
We promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign
Bend model, sketch or photo ol Invention lor
free report on patentability. For free book.
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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
The following proposed smenilmtni
to the Constitution of the State ot
Nebraska a* hereinafter eet fourth
In full, Is submitted to the electors
of the State of Nebraska, to be
voted upon at the general election
to be held Tuesday. November 4.
A D tiioa.
A Joint resolution proposing to amend
section one of Article fllfteen, of tlie
Constitution of tbe State of Nebraska,
relative to tbe manner of submit
ting and adopting amendments to
the Constitution of the State of Ne
braska.
He it Resolved and Enacted bg the
Legislature of the State of Neb
raska:
Section 1. That section one ot Article
fifteen of tbe Constitution of the State
of Nebraska he amended to toad as fol
lows:
Section 1. Either branch of the leg
islature may propose amendments to
this Constituulon, and If the same be
agieed to by :hree-tlflhsof the members
elected to each house, such proposed
amendments shall be entered on tbe
Journals, with the yeas and nays, and pub
lished at least once each week In at least
one newspaper in each county where a
newspaper Is published, for tbirty days
Immediately preceding the next election
of senators and representatives, at which
eleotlon the same shall be submitted to the
electors for approval or rejection, and If
a majority of tbe electors voting at
such elction on such proposed amend
ment, shall vote to adopt such amendment
the same shall become a part o of this
Constitution When more than one
amendment Is submitted at the same
election, they shall be so submitted as to,
enable the electors to vote on each
amendment separately.
All ballots used at such (lection on
snch amendment or amendments shall
have writen or printed there-on the fol
lowing: For proposed amendment to the
Constitution relating to (here inset the sub
ject of the amendment) and against pro
posed amendment to the Constitution
relating to (here insert the subject of the
amendment) and the vote of each elector
voting on such amendment or amendments
shall be designated by the elector by mak
ing a cross with a pen or pencil in a clrclo
or square to be placed at the right of
the lines the words "For or Against"
the proposed amendments, as he shall
desire to vote thereon, or by Indicating
his preference on a voting machine
when snch machine Is In use.
I, Geo. W March, Secretary of State of
the State of Nebraska, do hereby certlfy
that tbe forgoing proposed amendment to
the Constitution of the Slate of Nebraska
is a true and correct copy of the original
enrolled and engrossed bill, as passed by the
Twenty-seventh session of the legislature
of the State of Nebraska, as appears from
said original bill on die In this office, and
that said proposed amendment Is submit
ted to the <iualifled voters of tne Stale of
Nebraska for thler adoption or rejection at
the genarel election to be held on Tuesday
tbe 4th day of November, A. D ISOS.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
set my band and affixed the great seal of
the State of Nebraska. Done at Lincoln
Hits Sid day ot July, In the year of our
Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and
Two. of the Independance of the United
States the One Hundred and Twenty-sev
enth, and of this state the Thirty sixth.
GEO. W. MARCH
[seal.] Secretary of State.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Land Officb at Lincoln, Neb.
JOLT 28tll, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has filed notice ot his
Intention to make final proof In sup
port of Ills clain, and that said proof
will be made before J. A. Angler,
the County Judge at Loup City, Nebraska
on Sept. lOtb, 1902, viz: John L. McBride, for
the E. H of the 8. W. K* of section 22,
Towushlp 15, Range 16, Homestead Entery
No. 17.356. He names the following wit nesses
to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, vis:
Perry Devls, Litchfield, Nebr,
Richard Baker, “ "
Jerry Schuller, " ••
William Spencer, " “
W. A, Urukn, Register,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
Land Ofkicb at Lincoln, Neb.
Al'OUBT 7. 1902.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
lDg named settler has filed notice of his. In
tention to make final proof In support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before J. A. Angler the County Judge at
Loup City Nebraska on Sept, 24 1902, viz:
John F. Peters for the Lots 3 and 4, Section
0, Township lfi N. Range 15 West He
names the following witnesses to prove
hla continuous resldeuce upon and culti
vation of said land, viz:
Marvin 8. Parker, of Arcadia Neb.
j. Philip Cross, of “ “
Alonzo Fradenburgh, of " “
Truman T. Bennett, of " “
W. A. Ubbbn Register
DYSENTERY CURED WITHOUT THE
AID OE A DOCTOR.
“1 am just up from a hard spell of the
flux” (dysentery) say Mr. T. A. Pinner,
a well known merchant of Drummond,
Tenn. “ I used one small bottle of
Chamberlain,s Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoa Remedy and was cured without
having a doctor. I consider it. the
best cholera medicine in the world.”
There is no need of employing a
itocter when this remedy is used, for no
doctor can prescribe a better medicine
for b >wel complaint in any form t ither
for chi'dren or adults. It never fH'l*
ami Is | Dasani to take. For sale by
OJendah' B'0».
A NCCKSB\KY EUK0AUT1ON
Don't neglect b c< 1'. I« ig worse than
U'>|D*sanr. It is dangerous By us
ing One Mlnu’o Cough Cure you can
cure it at once. Allays Intlamatlon.
clears the head, sooths and strengthens
the muci m< memb-ane. Cures coughs,
croup, throat ami luog troubles. Ab
solutley safe. Acts immediately. Chil
dren like it.
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IS PREPARED TO FURNISH YOU
-WIMH A COUPLETE LINE OP
BUGGIES,
WAGONS.
IMPLEMENTS
HARNESS
THING IN THE HARDWARE LINE,
CALL AND SEE MY ELEGANT
LINE OF NEW FURNITURE.
I am prepared to make casing or
hydraulic wells and solicit your trade.
T- M- PEED.
*S?J. I. DEPEWKN
Blacksmith $ Wagon Maker,
. ^B>000000«8;
My shop Is the largest and best equipped north of the I’latte River.
I have a four horse engine and a complete line of the latest Improved, ina
chluery, also a force or experienced men who know how to operate it and
turn out a job with neatness and dispatch.
MY PRICES ARE REASONABLE AND PROMPT
ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
Soliciting your patronage I am
Yours respectfully,
J. I. DEPEW, Loup City, Neb.
IT'S COOL IN COLORADO.
September l lo 10.
Ou the above days the Birlington
Route will sell round trip tickets to
Denver, Colorado, Pueble and many
other points in Colorado at extiaor*
dinarily low rates.
It’s cool in Colorado all summer
long, and there are hundreds of re
sorts in the rockies where one tnay
escape from the beat of the
plains and spend an altogether de
lightful vacation.
A card to J. Francis, General
Passenger Agent, Omaha, Nebr.,
will bring you a good supply of Col
orado booklets that will help you
plan your trip.
TIME TABLE,
LOUP CITY NEBR.
Lincoln,
Omaha,
Chicago,
St Joseph,
Kansas City,
St. Louts,
and all points
Bast and south.
Denver,
Helena,
Butte,
Salt Lake City,
Fort land,
San rraneleoo,
and all points
West.
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS:
GOING EAST
No. 52 Passenger.8:80 a. in.
No 60 Freight.12.B0p.rn.
GOING WEST
No. 51 Passenger.4:32 p. in.
No. 58 Freight. 18:50 p. m.
Sleeping, dinner and recllD'ng chair cars
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets
sold and baggage checked to any point in
the United States or Canada.
For information, mape, time tables and
tickets call on or write to K. L, arthub
Agent. Or J. Fbanoib. Gen'l Passenger
Agent. Omaha, Nebraska.
U. P. BAIWAY.
No. 86 leaves dally exoept Sunday (pass
enger) . 8: a. ra.
No. 88 leaves Monday. Wednesday and
Friday, (mixed) 12:80 p. m.
No. 90 leaves Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, (mixed) 2 55 p. in. )
No. 87 arrives dally except Sunday (mixed
12:05 p tn.
No. 85arrives dally except Sunday (pass
engei) 7:35 p. m.
First class service and close connections
east, west and south
H J. Clifton, Agent.
Cherished
Quality
Paris Exposition WOO. J
Sold by T. H. ELSN^K, Loop City Neb
» RATES
> EVERY DAY.
Every das during the month of Sep
tember and October, 190'!, the Union
Pacific « ill at 11 one-way settler* ticket
at the following rale*:
MISSOURI RIVER TO
Ogden and Salt Lake.920 00
Butte and Helena. 20 00
Spokane. 22 50
Portland and Athland.25.00
Tacoma and Seattle. 25 00
San Franclsoo*.25.00
Los Angeles and San Diego.26.00
Correspondingly Low Rates Inter
mediate points.
For full information call on your
nearest agent or address.
H. J. Clifton, Agent.
NO HOT NIGHTS IN COLORADO.
The nights are cool without damp
ness from dews. The air ia pure with
out undue moisture. There is no ex
cessive heat in summer, the average
temprature being SO degrees. There
are n continuous, saturating rainfalls,
but rather brief showers, which pass
away quickly, leaving clear skies behind
them. The Summer nights are in
veriably cool, Inviting 'out door exer
cise and inducing rest and refreshing
sleep Splendid train service with ac
commodations for all classes of passen
gers. and very low rates via. the Union
Pacific.
Ask or write for pamphlet. “The
Rockies G rest Salt Lake and the Yellow
stone,” describing in detail the attract
ions of the west.
H. J. Clifton, Agent.
SALESMAN WANTED—To look
after our interests in Sherman and ad
jacent counties. Salary or commission
Address Lincoln Oil Co., ClevUnd
Ohio.
Will Make
Affidavit
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N«w Lmm •! Ufa for mm tows
Postmaster R. H. Randall,
ays: 1 suffered from Indigestion and rs>
suiting evils (or years. Finally I triad
Kodol. I soon know I had found whal
1 had long looked for. lam better today
than In yean. Kodol gave me a new
lease of Ufa. Anyone oan have my a*
! fldavlt to the troth of this statement.M
Kodol digests your food. This enables the
system to assimilate supplies, strengthen*
Ing every organ and restoring health.
Kodol lakoe You Strong.
For sale by .ODEN DAHL DK03.,