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I VOLUME XXI. LOUP CITY. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21.1904 NUMBER 23
Practices in all Courts
Loup City, Neb.
ROBT. P. STARR
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA.
W J. FISHER,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public
WUl Defend la Foreclosure Oases.
Also do ▲
General Real Estate Business.
U»r? CXTT. KKbKAUX
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Loup City, - Nebraska.
Ouly bet of Abstract books in county
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office Opposite St Elmo
j__- . - _
S. A. ALLEN.
D EJYTIS T,
LOUP CITY, - - NEB.
OFFICE.—One door east of St. Elmo
Hotel. My eqnippment is modern and
my prices will be as low as can be ex
pected for ®ood work. I would be pleased
to have you call. Open evenings.
In a dental operation the main consider
* ation is the result. The pain is greatly
modi tied 'by modern equippwent.
Dr. A. R NORTON,
Veterinary Surgeon and
OFFICE.—At my new residence second
door east ot opera house.
LOUP CITY. : - - NEBRASKA.
Wesiey McCoids, H f Hobart
Livery § Feed Stable
Loup City, Nebraska,
Our teams are all good drivers
and we are able to give you the best
ot turnouts. Our prices are reason
able and we can give satisfaction to
all who wisu our services.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
F.' E. Brewer
Will insure ypu in the
St. Paul Fire Marine,
or National Ins. Co.’s
Also, Takes Orders for
TREES and SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Loup City, - Nebraska.
y (Sty Dray art Transfer Du
J. W. & A. T. Coxgkr, Props.
All kinds of hauling will be given prompt
'attention and will make a specialty of
moving household good. Ice delivered in
any part of town. Yonr patronage solicited,
LOUP CITY, - - - NEBRASKA.
Contractor nd Builder
On Short Notice
Loup City, Nebraska.
LOUP CITY, NEB.
Photographs, Farm views, stock pictures
l etc. Finest instrument west of the Missouri,
^ fiver. AH work stricly guaranteed.
PUBLISHED EVERY ERIDAY
fcT THK COUNTY SKAT
TERMS:—11.00 per tear, ir paid in advance
Entered at the Loup City Postofflce for tran &
mission through the mails as second
J. W. BURLEIGH. Ed. and Pub.
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 City, 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 candid «te for Representative of
the 57th district of Nebraska. Also to
transact such other business as may
properly come before said convention.
The several townships are entitled to
representation as lollo *s* the appor
tionment being based upon the vote
cast at the last general election for the j
lion. John li. Barnes Judge of the Su-1
preme Court, giving each township one \
delegate for every seven votes or major j
fraction thereof and one delegate at
Oak Creek _2 Logan. 5 .
Washington_6 Elm . 3
Webster _4 Loup City... 23
Ashton .7 Rockville ... 5
Clay .5 Harrison_ 9 J
•Scott .3 Hazard _ 71
Bristol .6 —
Total .85 j
It is recommended that the primaries !
be held at the usual voting place in
each township on Saturday, April 23, i
By order of the Repblicanu County
R. J. N IGHTINGALE, H. SMELSER.
Call for Primary.
The Republican ebctors of Loup City
township will take notice that a Repub- j
lican primary election will be held at'
the usual voting place in said township i
on Saturday, the ‘Aid day of April, 1904,;
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, for the
purpose of electing delegates to the Re
publican county convention, to be held
at Loup City, Tuesday. April 26, 1904;
also for the purpose 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 said primary meeting.
R. J. Nightingale,
Committ'eman for Loup City Twp.
The Elm township Republican pri
mary will be held at 8 p. m., April .22
at the residence of O. A Clark.
Adam Zahn, Com.
Washington township Republican pri
mary meets Friday, April 22, at 7 p. m.
at the Baisora school house.
Henning Claussen, Com.
Clay township Republican primary
at usual place Saturday, April 23, xt 3
o’clock p. m. John Matiiewson,
The house has passed Kinkaid’s
section homestead bill. What will
the senate do?
The senate committe has kalso
rained Dietrich, as was expected—
but the people haven’t. Au revoir,
Don’t forget the Republican pri
maries Friday and Saturday. Let
every loyal Republican attend and
have a voice in saying who shall
represent them in the Republican
c -unty convention next Tuesday.
And now its Mike Harrington of
O'Neill the opposition is whispering
of as their man for governor. Mike
is the smartest one yet talked of—
too smart, though, to be caught with
that glittering bauble. The*,’ll have
to cast their dragnet again.
Judge Jackson of Neligb has
stepped out of the race for supreme
Qqurt reporter and Judge Barnes is
now understood to be for Harry
Lindsay for the place. It is now
up to Judge Sedgwick. Be good,
now judge, and make it unanimous
for the choice of the press—Harry
Two vears more of such government
as the Republican oarty has given Col
Just for a little information, po
litically, as to the status of Colora
do, will our brother of the Times
tell us how long Colorado has been
Republican, and how many aud who
the Republican state officials are?
! Good News Regarding
School Land Appraisement
| Notice has jnst been received by
j Mr. T. S. Nightingale, by telephone,
j by the courtesy of Deputy Land
Commissioner Eaton, that the re
duction of 20 per cent on the ap
praisement of school lands has been
granted by the Board of Public
Lands and Funds. As the same
has not been reported to the treas
urer, payments ought not to be made
until the middle of next week.
Republicans at the city primary,
Saturday will have the privilege of
voting for the following gentlemen
who are avowed candidates for the
township offices named: Clerk, Al
bert J. Johnson; treasurer, W. D.
Hover; constable, S. F. Reynolds—
all good competent men.
The past two or three days of:
dampness seems to be very wide
spread. Judge Wall returned from
Omaha last night and found the
farther east the more rain. Passen
gers from St Louis reported heavy
rain all along the Wabash up, while
all over Iowa soaking rains have
Loup City Base Ball ( lull.
The first meeting was Monday
evening, April 4th, fur the purpo-e
of organizing and talking over fu
ture prospects I). C. Leach was
elected manager, and a meeting was
called for Monday evening, April
18th, and in this meeting it was de
cided to accept the proposition of
W. R. Mellor to locate the diamond •
on the Lincoln town site, north w st
of t'>wn. It is going to take a lit
tle money to fix up a good diamond
and enclose same so as to charge a
small sum to see games played, as
no good teams will come to Loup
City to play unless we have gats re
ceipts, and bv a little help at the
start we can present a team of home
talent in Loup City that would be
an honor to any town of its size in
the state. If the business men are
willing to come to the front and fix
up a place to have the games, and
buy a few things needed in the out
fit, the boys will do their best to
put up as good a game as will be
found in this part of the state. The
business men will not, thereby, be
doing all the giving as most of the
players will be losing time at every
game played and in the course of
the season, it can be easily figured,
most of the players will have donat- *
ed out of cash time from $10 to $20
at the very least, and do it cheer
fully. Study tliis matter, and when
the subscription paper comes around
let each and sign for a generous
sum for the honor and glory of Loup
Cigar Creek Chat
Mr. Keohl has plans laid for a
We are reminded that spring is
n«»t here yet.
II. Buckner has commenced a fif
teen hundred dollar house
Most of the seeding is done and
plowing for corn is well under way.
District 25 has organized a union
Sabbath school with Mr. Suodgrass
as superintendent. Recorder.
Dry Creek Clippings.
Holmes Bros, shelled corn for S
VV. Salyards Monday.
S. Haler was repairing windmills!
in til's vicinity Friday
G. II. Brock marketed hogs at |
Loup City on Wednesday of last,
The dance Saturday evening at
Mr. Girpie’s wa§ well attended and;
all report a good time.
The farmers of this vicinity have
their oats all in and have sowed an
unusually large acreage this year.
O. O. Gist of Ravenna took down
the steel windmill on the Shelden
place, last Thursday, preparatory to
repairing. It was wrecked in the
winds week before.
Mr. A. L. and Misses Fredia and
Fannie Holmes, also, Mr G. II. and
Miss Florence Brock attended the
necktie social at Mr. Hughes’ on
Wiggle Creek last Friday evening
and report a good time.
*i:. ■ \.ji ’ •••• " " •
Never belore have
we shown such a
complete line of Mil
You are making a
mistake if you do
not see us before
Cut Earl; Bit fe
DIAPER SADDLES/ CDMPhN/
I. jHT and HEAVY HARNESS
SADDLES and BRIDLES
BLANKETS, KOBE®, WHIPS, FLY NETS, BBL'silEs, CURRY COMB-.
Rep tiring Neatly Executed. All Work Warranted.
HAND MADE HARNESS A SPECIALTY.
Bargains ii Baggies aid Spring Waps
LOUP CITY' .... NEBRASKA
A Model Lunch Room.
MSHLiS fl? HIiLi HOURS.
-* OPEE FROM 6:30 A- M- TO 11:30 P, M, -
OYSTERS ANY STYLE -)|4
FRESH BREED END SUES FROM THE
CELEBRETED CESS BROS BEKERY OF EURORE.
Also Fies and Cakes for sale liere.
Two Doors West of Post Office.
BAYNE & JONES, Loup City, Nebraska.
A. P. CULLEY, President. W. P. MASON, Cashier.
Of LOUP CITY.
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Paid up Capital Stock $20,000.
Seaboard National Bank, New York City, N. Y.
Omaha National Bank, Omaha. Nebraska,
W R MELLOR
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA.
Buys, Sells and Bents
RESIDENT AGENT FOR B. & M. LANDS
AND LINCOLN LAND CO. TOWN LOTS.
. & M Elevators
MCALP1NE, LOUP CITY, SCHAUPP SIDING,
ASHTON AND FARWELL.
dial to Salt ai loii dir art islti. ill Bn Km
HOGS AT SCHAUPP SIDING AND FARWELL
Call and see our coal and get prices on grain.
_ E. G. TAYLOR.
Furniture, Stoves and Tinware
My stock of shell hardware, tinware, guns,
cutlery and furniture is complete and
our prices cannot 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.
OqII cELUcL S©©
w .T. CHASE
FOR THE PUREST AND BEST
Drugs, Paipts, Oils,
CIGARS, FRUITS IN SEASON, ETC.
.LOUP CITY. NEBRASKA,
Apd Well Work,
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