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Loup City Northwestern
LOUP CITY. NEBRASKA THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1005.
* THE NORTHWESTERN
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mission through the mails as second
Office ’Phone, - - -* R54
Residence ’Phone, - - G15
J. W. BURLEIGH. Ed. and Pub.
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Local Notices —Five cents per line for
each insertion. Notices set in black face type
double the above rate All notices will be run
until ordered out when time is not specified.
Notices of entertainments, concerts, lec
tures. suppers, etc., where an admission fee is
charged, or a momentary interest involved,
five cents per line each insertion.
Card of Tbnnks. 50 cents.
Resolutions of respect and condolence $1.00,
In memorlam poetry, five cents a line.
Announcements of church services, lodge.
8**ciety and club meetings and all public
gatherings where not conducted for revenue,
will be published free.
R. J. NIGHTINGALE
Attorney ana Combst-Law
LOUP CITY. NEB
Practices in all Courts
Loup City, Neb.
ROBT. P. S TARR
LOUP CITY. NEBR3SKE.
•If. //. mllErf
Loup City, - Nebraska.
Ouly set of Abstract books in county
.A^ricl tlie IPcfblic!
Tie St. Elio Liyory Ban
Is under a new management. Give
me a trial and if you have any
thing good to say, Ray it to
others; if yon have
any complaint, make it to
me. Others can't right my
mistakes, but I caii and will. Respt.,
Oive Us a Trial
Round Front Barn,
J. H. MINER. Props
Loup City, - Nebr.
(Opposite Xoithwestern Office)
Finest Livery Hies, careful drivers*
Headquarters ior farmers’ teaiuB 'Vun
mercial men's trade given especial at
tention. Your pationage solicited.
The Bine Barn
J. S. CASADA, Propr.
Having recently taken possession of
the B. T. Snyder barn and
re-fitted and re-fur
nished the same
Best of Livery Rigs
I am prepared to give
Best of Service
Give me a trial. Good feed barn
in connection. The traveling public
are especially invited to give us a
share of their patronage.
A. P. DeLyster
is SOLE AGENT for
Lon pCitfFloir&M Us
JOHN SOLMS OLD STORE
Loup City, ■ Nebraska
Call ’Phone R23.
A great deal of talk lias been in
dulged in of late in regard to an extra
session of the Nebraska legislature.
At this writing.Gov Mickey seems of
the opinion that he will not call an
extra session. What’s the use?
If the late Nebraska legislature!
would not do anything in the past, they j
would undoubtedly duplicate their
action in case an extra session were !
called, so an extra session of the late
lamented would be only extra cost
without a fair equivalent. Don't call
it. Bro. Mickey. What’s the use ?
By direction of the president, J. C. |
Pettijohn, register of the general land I
office at Valentine, Nebr . lias lieen i
summarily dismissed on the* charge of
participating m questionable land deals.
Also the receiver of the land office at
that place, Albert L. Towle, has been
dismissed. Well, well; to thick of Jim
Pettijohn and the old major getting in
the grafter’s column 1 Who next?
From the amount ot graft being dis
closed by official investigat iou ol late,
one not posted would be ot tlie opinion
that graft, stealings and general cuss
edness had intrenched itself firmly m
governmental and public holdings, but
not so. It is onlv of late that ;be public
has become aroused over tlib matter
and action taken, fhe matter is of
long years' standing, but action onlv
recently taken. Moral—Graft must go.
We understand that Chancellor An-!
drews of the State University has been
offered a fluttering position at the head
of an Illinois educational institution.
We would advise the regents of the
Nebraska State University to make
haste to accept any sucli possibleresig
nation from the present chanc ellor, as'
any man who will become an apologist
tor Standard Oil Rockefeller is an untit
man for the head of the great Nebras
ka State University. Let him go;
there are others.
Our subscribers at a distance will
please take notice that on and after
Jan. 1, next, subscriptions on our
single list will have n> be paid for in
advance at the rate of #1.23 per year,
or guaranteed, or their names will he
stricken from the list. We have to
settle our paper bill every thirty days
with spot cash, and cannot carry scores
of names on our books year after year
at the subscribers' accomodation, per
hap never to be paid for. Please bear
this in mind and send us in the neces
-sary tor future visits of The North
western, if you wish the paper, and if
we do not receive remittance, don't
think it strruge if you do not receive
the paper after Jan. 1st. next.
Mrs. Walt. Fletcher, who lias been
quite sick, is better at present
Mrs R. Warrick's sister, Mrs. F. E
Buesing, of Denison. Iowa, has been
visiting in this vicinity.
Don't forget the entertainment and
basket social at the school house in the
Dist. No. :55. Friday evening, Dec. loth
Bring your basket and enjoy the fun.
Dry Creek Clippings
Ge >. Holmes’ #1000 farm house is •
Holmes Bros shelled corn Saturday
tor Lawrence Scott,
The dance at Mr. Fender's last
Saturday evening was wed attended.
S. W. Saiyards has been suffering
with a lame back, for the past ten
Corn husking lias been stopped in
this vicinity on account ot the stormy
School commenced last Monday in
Dist. No. 4S after a five weeks' vacation
tor corn husking.
Mr Joe Meyer, a gentleman living
alone .was found Thanksgiving day in
his cattle shed in a semi-concious
condition. Dr. Penn of Ravenna was
summoned and pronounced his injuries
not serious. Joe says he was trying to
ride a broncho without saddle or bridle.
Ashton will soon have' another meat
Corn husking will soon be a thing of j
I, M. Col ski has been sick for the past
Little John Smith is sick with
J*s. Bartunek came up from St. Paul
on busitn s* Monday.
V. Heza has accepted a position as
assistant telegraph operator.
Mrs, Wanek returned Tuesday from
a visit w jlh her sister in the east.
Mrs. Seabeck, Sr., who has been sick
for the past six » c ks. is some better.
Mr and Mrs. O. F Ueushauscn gave
a fare* ell party last Wednesday even
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of Miss Sofa Kneffel and Geo.
Joe Majewf.ski is building a new resi
dence for himself. All the carpenters
i wtli s«on be moved to town.
It. A Wilson bought a new corn
! sheller last week. lie intends to make
j a few dollars during the cold winter
j Three weddings in three days:
| Anna Sraulinskt and John Peters:
Mary Peters and St. Pilikowsbi. ana
i Helen Goreski and M. Holielinski.
| Last Saturday evening a sui prise
‘ oartv was civen Clyde Wilson, but
owing' to the muddy roads the crowd
did not all turn out hut nevertheless
they all report a good time.
O. E. Nehler.. successor to C F.
Ileushausen is looking up a building
location in Ashton. lie has recently
rented -his farm to M. M Grudzinski
and will operate E G. Taylor's elevator
Mr. Heller, a book agent, was in
Ashton the first of last week, leaving
on the Monday noon train. On the eve
of thq .sgfce daV, p. Malehewski, of
Millwankee. Vis . came to Ashton and I
inquired for Mr. Heller. It seems that
Mr. Heller had been private secretary j!
for a Building and Loan Association in i
Millwankee and had embezzled some j
§9,000 of the firm.
Notice to Land Owners.
To all whom it may concern:
The Commissioner appointed to view and .
report upon the vacation of a county road com j
mencing at the east line of Section twenty- f
nine (29)Township sixteen (16) Range fifteen j
(15* in Sherman connty. and rnnning thence !
due weat on half section line one mile to east i
line of section thirty (30». has reported in favor j
thereof, and all claims for damage or objections i
thereto must be filed in the office of the county j
clerk on or before the eighth (8th) day of I
February. 1900, or said road will be vacated :
without reference thereto
Dated this 4th day of December, 1005.
Geo. H. Gibson,
t Las t pu b. Dec. 28)
Notice to Land Owners.
(Chapman Road i
To all whom it may concern:
The commissioner appointed to view and :
report upon a public road commencing at road j
Bio. 155. at the northeast corner of Section
twenty-one 21). Township fifteen (15). Range
fourteeh < 14).-and running directly south on
Section line between Sections, 21. *22.27 and 2\
33 and 34. Township fifteen iln), Range fourteen *
(14 >. has reported in favor of the establishment
thereof, and all claims for damage or objec
tions thereto must be filed m the office of the
County Clerk of Gherman county. Nebraska,
on or before the ^ili day of February. 1906. or
said road will be established without reference
Dated this 4th day r * December. 1905.
Geo. H. Gibson.
County Clerk. |
(Last pub. Dec. 28)
Notice of Sate of Lend Under Order of Sate.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an
order of sale issued out of the District Court of i
Sherman county. Nebraska, in a cause wherein ;
Arminius P. Cnlley is plaintiff, and Oliver S.
Mason. Kansas National Loan Company, Inter
national Loan and Trust Company and D S. j
Fletcher, first real name unknown, are defend
ants, upon a decree of foreclosure of a tax lien
rendered by said court iu favor of said plain
tiff in the sum "Of SSOB: 81. btaflfag interest at
seven per cent per annum, and costs taxed at
the sum of $48.96 and which sum is decreed to ■
be a first and best lten upon the following
described land, situate in Sherman county.
Nebraska towit: The southwest quarter of sec
tion'fourteen 114) in township sixteen (16) north
of range fifteen (15) west of sixth principal i
laeridiun. I will on Thursday, the fourth day i
of January. 1906. at two o'clock in the after- ;
noon of said day. at the south door of the court
house in Loup C'iiy in said county of Sherman
and state of Nebraska, sell said real estate at
public auction to the highest bidder for cash
to satisfy the amount due on said decree, in
cluding interest, costs and accrued costs, and ,
Given under my hand this 28th day of j
November, 1905. L. A. WILLIAMS.
Sheriff of Sherman County. Nebraska.
(Last pub. Dec, 28)
Notice To Bidders.
I. Geo. II. Gibson, County Clerk of Sherman
county. Nebraska, estimate that the following
books, blanks and stationery will be required
for the use of the county officers for the com
LOT ONE.—Three gross lead pencils, best
grade: one gross penholders: twelve quarts
Arnold's writing fluid: twelve gross steel pens; j
five hundred blotters: twenty-four gross as- j
sorted rubber bands: two dozen sponge-top
mucilage: two reams Crane’s Japanese linen
legal cap; two reams Columbia legal cap; one
gross indelible election pencils; thre^dozen
election ink cones: eight-quire record books,
(four plain and four printed forms) patent flex
ible back, flap opening, best linen paper; 3.000
triplicate tax receipts, blocked: 3 200 tax re
ceipts in triplicate, bound and perforated. 2U0
in book for county treasurer, to fold for use
with carlxra paper; thirteen sets of poll books
and envelopes; six chattel mortgage files, 200
in the file; one gross, one inch by ten inches
Globe Congress tie envelopes.
LOTTVVO.—lt >0J41-S>heet blanks; 5.000 1-4
sheet blanks; 3.OK) 1-2 sheet blanks: 1.009 full
sheet blanks: all blanks to be of good heavy
paper; 3,000 note heads: G.000 letter heads; note
and letter heads to be of good heavy paper :
1 000 inch m 2.000 10-1 np.h yyi
LOT THREE-Court dockets, one case to
page. indexed, with rales of court, list of jur- ;
ors, court officers and resident attorneys, on
flat capnpaper. in lots of forty; 6,000 election
Sealed bids fo. each or any of the above
three lots of supplies must be filed with the
county clerk at his office in Loup City, Nebsas
ka. on or before the first day of January. 1906.
Sealed bids will also be received and must
be tiled in the county clerk's office on or before
January 1st. 1006. for the following: Publish
ing: delinquent tax list; publishing county
treasurers financial statement: publishing
road and bridge notices, and other notices re
quired by the county.
The county board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Dated at Loup City. Nebraska, this 23rd day
of November. 1906. Geo. H. Gibson,
(seal) County Clerk.
(Last pub. Dec. 14.)
| Bargains i
j EVERY DAY
IN TRE YEAR
Trade at Cooper’s and Get
4 cans Cremo Standard Sugar Corn for
3 packages Advo Pancake flour for
3 packages selected, cleaned Zante currants for
8 packages Pyramid soap powder for
Uniform canned peas, strictly fresh, for
Extra fancy evaporated black raspberries, per lb. - - 25c
Choice Dried Peaches, per lb 10c
Extra Choice Dried Peaches, per lb - - 13c
Choice Dried Apricots, per lb 10c
Extra Choice Dried Apricots, per lb - - 13c
Old Manse Maple Syrup, per gallon, absolutely pure, Si. 25
"GOLD MEDAL COFFEE, 15c, 20c and 25c, none better in town for the money:
We are Sole Agents for BARRINGTON HALL STEEL CUT COFFEE, price per pound, 3£> cents
NOW WHY NOT trade where you can get good value for your money.
I guarantee satisfaction and with everything you buy here you get coupons. No
exceptions what ever.
If you have poultry or butter and eggs to sell, get my prices before you sel
I am on the market for produce and poultry and my prices are right. Call and see
me and I will convince you.
| if pays to TPADE at eoopEP’S
A. P. CULLEY, President.
W. F. MASON, Caslikr.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Loup city.
General Banking Business Transacted.
We Make Farm Loans at Six Per Cent.
We Negotiate Red E it i ; Loans.
We Buy, Rent and Sell Real Estate for Non-Residents.
seaboard National Bank, New York City, N. Y.
Omaha National Bank, Omaha, Nebraska.
IF YOU WANT
Gasoline Engines, Wind Mills, Pumps and Well Work
T. ffl. HEED.
mm, mm md mm
BOUGHT AT THE
B. & |VI. ELEVATOPS
MCALPINE, LOUP CITY. SCHAUPP SIDING,
ASHTON AND FARWELL.
Goal for Sale at Loop City aid AsMol Will Bay
HOGS AT SCHAUPP SIDING AND FARWEL1
Ball and see our coal and gel prices on grain.
E. G. TAYLOR.
A. S. MAIN,
Physician and Surgeon
d. H. LONG
PHYSICIAN ail S1G60N
Office at Telephone
Residence. Connection. 1 Office, Over NOW Bank
I.OIIP P.1TY. • _ UCDD anr.mrnvn row wnairnw
A Merry Christ
Who will buy their presents at
My line of
Couches and Pictures surpass anything that has ever been
shown in this city before. Fine Rugs, Wall Pockets, Has
socks, Carpet Sweepers, Screens, Easels, Hand Mirrors in
ebony oak and mahogany. Also, Pyrograpic outfits. All
these must sell. Come in and get first choice.
Undertaking C. H. LEININGER
and — .
Art Goods fllfpitllfe
High Grade Ofgap
Manufactured by the
At Factor Prices
Dplivprpd in unnr
You pay $5 Gash
apd $1 Pef Week
50 Per Cent Off on Retail Prices
Ask for Catalogue and Prices of the Factory Distributors,
The Big Piano and Organ House.
W. L. MARCY,
LOUP SITY, NEB
OFFICE: East Side Public Square.
Office up stairs if
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