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VOLUME XXI. LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14,1904 NUMBER 22
Practices in all Court9
Loup City, Neb.
LOUP CITY, NEBRSSKS,
W J. FISHER,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
Will Defend In Foreclosure Oaaee.
AX SO DO A
General Real Estate Business.
LOW oitt, wbhbaska
Jft. H. .Tf/v.l n
Loup City, - Nebraska.
Only set of Abstract books in county
J. H. LONG
PHYSICIAN ail SURGEON
Office Opposite St. Elmo
S. A. ALLEN.
LOUP CITY, - - NEB.
OFFICE.—One door east of 8t. Elmo
Hotel. Mv equippment is modern and
my prices will be as low as can be ex
pected for «»ood worlr. I would be pleased
to have you call. Open ►vemnscs.
In a dental operation the main consider
atiou is the result. The pain is greatly
modified by modern equippment.
Dr. a. R NORTON,
Veterinary Surgeon and
OfnOE.-At my new residence second
door east ot opera house.
LOUP CITY. : - - NEBRASKA.
Wesiey McCombs, H F Hobart
McCOMBS W HOBART
Livery f Feed Stable
Loup City, Nebraska,
Our teams are all good drivers
and we are able to give vou the bes'
ot turnouts. Our prices are reason
able and we can give satisfaction to
all who wisti our services.
TOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
F. E. Brewer
Will insure you in the
St. Paul Fire Marine,
or National Ins. Co.’s
Also, Takes Orders for
TREES and SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Lour* City, - Nebraska.
City Dray anil Transfer line
J. W. & A. T. Conger, Props.
All kinds of hauling will be given prompt
attention and will make a specialty o!
moving household good. Ice delivered in
any part of town. Your patronage solicited.
LOUP CITY, - - - NEBRASKA.
Contractor nd Builder
On Short Notice
Loup City, Nebraska.
LOUP CITY, NEB.
Photographs, Farm views, stock picture*
etc. Finest instrument west of the Missouri
river. AH work stricly guaranteed.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
\T THE COUNTY SEAT
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TERMS:—11.00 PER TEAR. IF PAID IN ADVANOl
Entered at the Loup Citv PostofBce for trans
mission through the mails as second
J. W. BURLEIGH, Ed. and Pnb.
Republican County Convention
Loup City. Neb , March 8, 1904 —
The Republican electors of Sherman
county, Nebraska, are hereby requested
to send delegates from their respective
townships to meet in convention at
Loup Citv, Nebraska, on Tuesday,
April 26th, 1904, at 11 o,clock a. m. for
the purpose of electing delegates to the
Republican State and Senatorial con
ventions for the year 1904, to elect a
county central committee and the
chairman thereof, and to place in nomi
nation a candidate for county attorney
and a candidate for Representative of
the 57tli district of Nebraska. Also to
transact such other business as may
properly come before said convention.
The several townships are entitled to
representation as folio as* the appor
tionment being based upon the vote
cast at the last general election for the
Hon. John If. Barnes Judge of the Su
preme Court, giving each township one
delegate for every seven votes or maj<*r
fraction thereof and one delegate at
Oak Creek _2 Loj»an . 5
Washington_6 Elm . 3
Webster _4 Loup City... 23
Ashton .7 Rockville ... 5
Clay .5 Harrison — 9
Scott . 3 Hazard - 7
Bristol .6 —
It is recommended that the primaries
be held at the usual voting place in
each township on Saturday, April 23,
By order of the Repblicanu County
R. J. Nightingale, II. Smelskr,
Call for Primary.
The Republican electors of Loup City
township will take notice that a Repub
lican priraarv election will be held at
he csual voting place in said town-hip
on Saturday, the 23d day ot April, 19P4,
at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, for the
purpose of elect in a delegates to the Re
publican county convention, to be held
at Loup City, Tuesday, April 26, 1904;
also for the puruose of placing in nomi
nation candidates for township clerk
treasurer, overseer of highway and
committeeman and for the transaction
of such other business as may properly
come before sai«t primary meeting.
R. J. Nightingale,
Committ'eman for Loup City Twp.
The Elm township Republican pri
mary "'ill be held at 8 p. m., April .22
at the residence of O. A Clark.
Adam Zaiin, Com.
Washington township Republican pri
mary meets Friday, April 22, at 7 p. m.
at the Balsora school house.
Hknning Claussen, Com.
Clay township Republican primary
at usual place Saturday, April 23, «t 3
o’clock p. m. John Matiiewson,
The racing program for the state
fair has been completed. The purses
offered amount to $5,700.
Senator Quay of Pennsylvania is
reported dangerously ill. There is
still hope, as the physicians have
not commenced issuing bulletins.
fhe opposition to republicanism
in Nebraska is trying to get to
gether on Silas Holcomb for gov
ernor. Now is Bixby’s cha ce.
The democratic muddle is still
muddling. Bryan comes out flat
footed in oppos tion to Parker, Gor
man^ Cleveland & Co., which means
a fight to the finish between Bryan,
Hearst & Co. and the gold-bug dem
United States Senator Burton of
Kansas has been sentenced to six
months’ imprisonment and lined
$2,500 for having been convicted of
using his influence before the post
ottice department in favor of the
Rialto securities company and re
ceiving pay from the company for
his grafting. Lucky Dietrich.
State Superintendent Fowler says
“teachers who are thrown oqt of
their work because the sobools are
closed by the order of sohool boards
are still entitled to their pay, not
withstanding ttie decision of the su
preme court in a recent case from
Sherman county.” He says the de
cision of the court relates only to
cases where schools are closed by
1 order of health officers Anting the
prevalence of epidemics:
Aprop s of the question of pay
ing off the bonded indebtedness of
Sherman county by a special levy,
agitation of which was started in our
columns? in a very interesting argu
ment by Countv Clerk Gibson, week
before last, Jacob Albers has re
ceived the following letter which
speaks straight from the shoulder
in its favor:
Brooklyn, X Y , April (>,—Friend Al
bers: In hist week's Northwestern
George Gibson asks opinion of ci'izens
on extra levy of eight mills in next two
years to take up indebtedness maturing
As a taxpayer, tell him I approve of
such levy. The body politic should be
as prompt in pa\ ing debts as the indi
vidual is expected to be. Yours.
E. J. Delaney.
The press of the state are pretty
unanimous in wanting Ilarry Lind
say to have something good. They
wanted him to succeed Summers as
district attorney, but as their wishes
in that regard have been disregard
ed, they now insist on his appoint-1
ment as supreme court reporter.
And why not? Lindsay is deserv
ing, competent, reliable, painstak
ing, and would prove an excellent
man for the place. Suppose Judges
Sedgwick and Barnes listen to the
voice of the press for once. We
want Lindsay* appointed clerk.
According to latest advices win
ter wheat prospects are not up to
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
(BY MISS tLI.A FOSTER >
The high school is enjoying exarni- a
tion this week.
The ninth grade took up the study of
The intermediate department is hav
ing examination this week.
On account of the bad weather many
pupils were absent the latter part of
Misses Jessie and Coral Lininger aie
absent from the 10'h grade on account
of tbe sickness of their brother.
The literary which was given last!
Thursday evening w.is highly apiire
c ated bv those who had courage enough
to venture out in such bad weather.
I)r. J. II. Long preset ted live vol
umes of the works of Edgar Allan Poe
to the high school library the first of
the week. We appreciate the gift and j
wish to thank Dr. Long for the same.
Prof. E. G. Maggi, the noted lecturer
and reader, will give one of his remark
able enter'ainments in Loup City on
the evening of April 22 (Friday) at the j
opera house, under the auspices ot our
public school. Admission, 33c and 23c.j
lie is said to be fine.
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G. Ellinger and family were callers at
Master Carl and John Squires were
callers at Divide.
Mrs Knox and son Floyd Sundayed
with Mrs. Rensink.
We hear of another milliner going to
start up soon in our berg.
Mr. Slocum and Geo. Ellinger helped
fix the town pump Saturday.
Thomas Benton of the north side took
dinner with the postmaster Saturday.
There are two new business houses in
our midst—millinery and dressmaking
The party that was to be at M. I.
Boone s as postponed on account of
the stormy we ther.
Sowing oats and making garden were
the order of la-l week, nl owing the
stormy weather not much was done.
There will be a series of sermons
on “Modern Nations and Events in
Prophecy*’ given in the Baptist church*;
The first, on “Modern Europe in Proph
ecy,” "ill be giv-n Sunday evening,
Apiil 17, to be followed on theevening
of Sunday, April 24, by the “United
States in Prophecy.” Some years ago
by a careful and prayerful study of the
Book of Daniel, I came to an under
st tiding entirely different from that
usua’ly given either by the Adventists
or other exponents of modern events.
The rule of exposition followed enabled
me to forecast the result of the Turk
War of 1897 at its beginning in a ser
mon given at that time; at the smie
time 1 was able to forecast the war be-1
twe n the United States arpl Spain and
indicate »he dat« as tip* spring of 1898
and the fv>ult «s th«t the United State*
'ould become a world power. This
sermon was reported at Dow City, la.,
to a crowded house in the beginning of
our war with Spain, the city paper
printing large extracts from the pr^d'C
mils. These expositions carry the
history of world events down to 1943—
the beginning of uniyersal peace. The
present war between Russia and Jspan
and the probable war in the Bulkins
with Turkey will he noticed in their
criptural place and for .east of proba
ble resu.ts given. J?\ D, Kennedy.
Never beiore have
we shown such a
complete line of Mil
Tou are making a
mistake if you do
not see us before
A. E. Chase
DRAPER SADDLERY COMPANY
M A N U F A C T l J tt JS RS OF
LI3HT and HEAVY HARNESS
SADDLES and BRIDLES
BLANK).TS, KOBE*, WHIPS, FLY NETS, BRUSHES, CURRY COMBS.
Repairing Neatly Executed. All Work Warranted.
HAND MADE HARNESS A SPECIALTY.
Bargains ii Buies and Soring Wagons
LOUP CITY - ... . NEBRASKA
0' --IS.-S- *-9LM— 1L l’-* SL^ ft )♦ Jj tyfgjj
A Model Lunch Room..
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MSHUS HV HliLi HOURS.
-» OPED FROM 6:30 A- M- TO 11:30 P, M. *
OYSTERS ANY STYLE •&**
FRESH BREAD AND BUNS FROM THE
CELEBRATED CASS BROS BAKERY OF AURORA.
Also Pies and Cakes for sale here.
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Two Doors West of Post Office.
BAYNE & JONES. Loui* City, Nebraska.
A. P. CULLEY, President. W. F. MASON, Cashier, jjj
or LOUP CITY.
BusinessT ra nsacted.
Paid up Capital Stock $20,000.
Seaboard National Bank, New York City, N. Y.
Omaha National Bank, Omaha, Nebraaka,
W. R. MELLOR
LOOP CITY, NEBRASKA.
Buys, Sells and Rents
RESIDENT AGENT FOR B. & M. LANDS
AND LINCOLN LAND CO. TOWN LOTS.
bought at THE '
B. & M Elevators
MCALPINE, LUUP CITY, SCHAUPP SIDING,
ASHTON AND FARWELL.
Coal for Sale at Loup City and AsMon, Will Bay
HOGS AT SCHAUPP SIDING A SB FARWELL
Call and see our coal ami oil puces on "rain.
E. G. TAYLOR,
Furniture, Stoves and Tinware
My stock of shelf hardware, tinware, guns,
cutlery and furniture is complete and
our prices catnot fail to please.
Get our prices on steel ranges,
cook stoves, heaters etc., before
you buy. We can save you mon
ey on these articles. Your pat
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA.
Oall and See
W .T. CHASE
FOR THE PUREST AND BEST
Drugs, paipts, Oils,
CIGARS, FRUITS IN SEASON, ETC.
^LOUP CITY. NEBRASKA**
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