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LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA THURSDAY. DECEMBER U. 1905.
£ THE NORTHWESTERN
TEEMS:-91.00 PER TEAR. IT PAID III ADVAVC1
Entered at the Loup City Postofflce for trant
mission through the mails as second
Office Theme, - - - R54
Residence ’Phone. - - 015
J. W. BURLEIGH. Ed. and Pub.
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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 Thanks. 50 cents.
Resolutions of respect and condolence. fl.OO,
In memortam poetry, five cents a line.
Announcements of church services, lodge,
society and club meetings and all public
gatherings where not conducted for revenue,
will be published free.
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LOUP CITY. NEB
Practices in all Courts
Loup City, Neb.
LOUP CITY, NEBRSSKE.
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Loup City, - Nebraska.
(July set of Abstract books in county
-Ajnd the Public!
Tie St. Elio IM7 Bam
Is under a new management. Give
me a trial aud if you have any
thing good to say, say it to
others; if you have
- any complaint, make it to
me. Others can’t right my
mistakes, but I can and will. Respt-,
~ T. E.Gilbert, Prop.
Give Us a Trial
Hound Front Barn,
J. H. MINER. Props.
Loup City, - Nebr.
(Opposite Noithwestern Office)
Finest Livery Rigs, careful drivers’
Headquarters iorfarmers’ teams. <^nm
J. S. CAS AD A, 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
Lobs City Fleur Mills
JOHN SOLMS OLD STORE
Loup City, - Nebraska
Call ’Phone R23. 1
U. H. Ma shal T. L, Mathews of
Frement has been dismissed from the
service for conduct unbecoming, etc.
From Valentine this state comes the
report of proposed converting the saud
hills into marketable glass. Next.
No, Gov. Mickey will not be wheedled
into railing an extra session of the
legislature this wipter. What’s the
Since Jim Pettijobn of the Valentine
land office has been ousted, all the
small towns in the sandhills country
are propagating prospective candidates
for the vacant place. Next.
Attorney General Brown is said to be
contemplating prosecution of assess
ment officials in Nebraska for not
properly assessing farm property; mak
ing too low figures. Wonder where the
lightning will strike first.
And now it is rumored that Nebras
ka’s own D E. Thompson will be asked
to quit his official position as minister
to Brazil, owing to charges of unofficial
conduct and disregard of duties devolv
ing npon a diplomat. Next.
State Superintendent McBrien has
written a letter to the Republican state
committee objecting to his office being
held up by the committee for its
portion of campaign expenses. Singular
Bro. McBrien didn’t express himself
that way when he was running for the
Since the ousting of Register Fetti
john and Receiver Towle from the
Valentine land office, the number of
patriots who desire to serve Uncle Sam
in the positions named have been
legion. Among them may be named
one ex-County Judged. G. Toliver, an
antedeluvian excrescence on the body
politic in the county of Brown, adjoin
ing that of Cherry county, the seat of
the land office war. To mention him
as a possibility would be to preclude
the idea of fitness in the selection of a
register or receiver for that particular
land office. A dozen or more other appli
cants are already fishing for the places.
The Northwestern doesn’t care a
picayune who gets the plum caused by
the removal of his two old-time
friends, Jim Pettijohn and Major
Towle, but in the interests of the Re
publican party, for God’s sake put in
two men at least the eouaiin intelli
gence and Republicanism and general
honesty of- purpose of the two men
ousted—as we believe bv a gnevious
corn husking is the password of the
Mr. Ezra Slocum is improving the
looks of his farm by building a large
Henry Rensink and wife were very
much surprised last Thursday evening
by tbe arrival of his brother Will, and
family of Muscatine, Iowa, whom he
had not seen for 27 years, They left
Saturday for Colorado Springs.
Dry Creek Clippings.
Herman Laid is hiking corn for
Frank Wagner this week.
Mr. Hildebrand shelled corn for Mr
Myer three days the past week.
The Literary at Wiggle Creek Friday
night was well represented from Dry
S. W. Salyards laid the foundation
for his new house on the farm which
be purchased this fall.
Corn husking will soon be past and
the farmers are looking with pride on
the piles of corn and cobs.
We understand that Wagner Bros,
ara snapping a large field of corn and
hauling it to Wilkison’s ranch.
Mr. Fender has disposed of his
property in Sherman county and with
his family moved to Ravenna, where
he is engaged in the saloon business.
Miss Anna Myer of Grand island,
and sister, Mrs. Boyce, of Shelton, visit
ed their brother, Joe Myer, the past
week. Miss Rose Myer retnraed home
with Mrs Beyce.
Herman Wilke and son of Sweet
water, two of Sherman county’s most
enterprising farmers, returned from a
trip to Galveston. Texas, last week,
where they have purchased land some
28 miles north of said citv. Mr. Wilke
informs the writer that he intends to
cultivate rice and will put down an
artesian well. Hi# son will have
charge of his property there. buLithe
will not dispose of his Sherman county
The Deadly Cornsheller.
While playing around the home with
a number of his fellows, Wednesday
morning of this week, Clinton, the
8-year-old son of Detlef Peterson, got
his right ln:nd caught in a corn-shelter,
mashing the flesh and breaking the
lxmes on the index finger of that hand.
Mr. Peterson immediately brougnt the
boy to town, where Dr. Kearns dressed
the wound and the little fellow is doing
Union Pacific Low Bates □
Holiday Excursion, tickets on sale
Dec. 22 to 31, and Jan. 1st, final limit,
Jan. 4th, 1900, no limit as to distance.
International Live Stock Exposition,
Chicago, 111., one fare plus $2 for the
round trip, tickets on sale Dec. 16 to 19,
and good returning leaving Chicago on
or liefore Dec. 24,1905
Winter tourist rates to various points
south and west, call at depot for in
Special Homeseekers rates to points
west and south, tickets on sale first and
third Tuesdays of month to and includ
ing December, 1905.
F. II. Hiser. agent.
Notice to Land Owners.
To all whom it may concern:
The Commissioner appointed to view and
report upon the vacation ot a county road com
mencing at the east line ot Section twenty
nine (29) Township sixteen (16,i Range fifteen
(15: in Sherman county, and rnnning thence
due west on half section line one mile to east
line of section thirty (301, has reported in favor
thereof, and all claims for damage or objection*
thereto must be filed in the office of the county
clerk on or before the eighth (Stb) day of
February 1906, or said road will be vacated
without reference thereto.
Dated this 4th day of December. 1905.
Gao. H. Gibson.
(Last pub. Dec. 28)
Notice to Land Owners.
(Chapman Road >
To all whom it may concern:
The commissioner appointed to view and
report upon a public road commencing at road
Mo. 155. at the northeast corner of Section
twenty-one (21). Township fifteen (15). Range
fourteen (14). and running directly south on
Section line between Sections. 21. 22.27 and 28.
33 and 34. Township fifteen <15), Range fourteen
(14i. has reported in favor of the establishment
thereof, and all claims for damage or objec
tions thereto must be filed in the office of the
County Clerk of Sherman county. Nebraska,
on or before the 8th day of February. 1906, or
said road will be established without reference
Dated this 4th day of December, 1905.
Gao. H. Gibson.
(Last pub. Dec. 28)
Notice ot Saie ot Land Dnfler Order ot Saie.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an
order of sale issued out of the District Court of
Sherman county. Nebraska, in a cause wherein
Arminlus P. Cnlley is plaintiff, and Oliver S.
Mason. Kansas National Loan Company. Inter
national Loan and Trust Company apid D. S.
Fletcher, first real name unknown, are defend
ants, upon a decree of f oreclosure of a tax lien
rendered by said court in favor of paid plain
tiff in the sum of $298 81, bearing Interest at
seven per cent per annum, and costs taxed It
the sum or $48 ao^ which sum is decreed to
be a first and best lien upon the following
described land, situate in Sherman county.
Nebraska towit: The southwest quarter of see
tiomtourteen (14) in township sixteen (10) north
of range fifteen (15) west of sixth principal
meridian. I will un Thursday, the fourth day
of January. 1906. at two o'clock in the after
noon of said day. at the south door of the court
house in Loup Ciiy 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
November, 1905. L. A. WILLIAMS.
Sheriff of Sherman County, Nebraska.
(Last pub. Dec, 28)
Notice To Bidders.
I, Geo. H. 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;
five hundred blotters; twenty-tour gross as
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; three 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; 3 300 tax re
ceipts in triplicate, bound and perforated. 300
in book for county treasurer, to fold for use
with carbon paper; tnirteen sets of poll books
and envelopes: six chattel mortgage files. 300
in the tile; one gross, one inch by ten inches
Globt Congress tie envelopes.
LOT TWO.—1.000J 1- S^sheet blanks: 5.000 1-4
sheet blanks; 3.000 1-3 sheet blanks: 1.000 full
sheet blanks: all blanks to be of good heavy
paper: 3,000 note heads: 6,000 letter heads; note
and letter heads te be of good heavy paper:
4.0006)4 inch xxx envelopes; 3.000 10-1 nch xxx
LOT THREE.—Court dockets, one case to
page, indexed, with rules of court, list of jur
ors, court officers and resident attorneys, on
flat capo pa per, in lots of forty; 6,000 election
Sealed bids to. each or any of the above
three lots of supplies must be filed with the
county clerk at his office in Loup City, Nebras
ka. on or before the first day of January, 1006.
Sealed bids will also be received and must
be filed in the county clerk's office on or before
January 1st, 1906, for the following: Publish
ing delinquent tax list; publishing connty
treasurer's 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 33rd day
of November, 1006. Geo. H. Gibsoe.
i seal) County Clerk.
(Lastpub. Dec. 14.)
KEN T VC KY
For Sale by T.H. Eisner
EVEPY DAY IN TPE YEAP
Trade at Cooper’s and Get
4 cans Cremo Standard Sugar Corn for
3 packages Advo Pancake dour 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.
Choice Dried Peaches, per lb
Extra Choice Dried Peaches, per lb
Choice Dried Apricots, per lb
Extra Choice Dried Apricots, per lb
Old Manse Maple Syrup, per gallon, absolutely pure, $1.25
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, 35 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 sell
I am on the market for produce and poultry and my prices are right. Call and see
me and I will convince you.
IT* PAYS TO TRADE AT COOPER’S
A. P. GULLET, President.
W F. MASON, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of uoup of-T-y.
General Banking Business Transacted.
We Make Farm Loans at Six Per Cent.
We Negotiate Real Eitite Loans.
We Buy, Rent and Sell Real Estate for Non-Residents.
Seaboard National Bank, Mew York City, N. Y.
Omaha National Bank, Omaha, Nebraska.
IF YOU WANT
Gasoline Engines, Wind Mills, Pumps and Well Work
T. M. REEfl.
mm, bma m mu
BOUGHT AT THE
B. & JVI. ELEVATORS
MCALPINE, LOUP CITY. SCHAUPP SIDING,
ASHTON AND FARWELL.
Coal for Sale at Loup City ail Asiltn. Will Buy
HOG8 AT SCHAUPP SIDING AND FAB WELL
0*11 and see our coal and get prices on grain.
E. G- TAYLOR.
A. S. MAIN,
Physician end Surgeon
Office at. Telephone
LOUP CITY, - - NEBR.
J. H. LONG
PHYsiciiN n( mm
Office, Over Hew Bank.
A Merry Christmas
Who will buy their presents at
My line of
Couches and Pictures surpass anything that has erer been
shown in this city before. Fine Rugs, Wall Pockets, Has
socks, Carpet Sweepers, Screens, Easels, Hand Minors in
ebony oak and mahogany. Also, Pyrograpie outfits. All
these must sell. Come in and get first choice.
flfcjii Grade Ofgap
Manufactured by the
At Factor Prices
Delivered in your town.
You Pay $5 Gash
apd $] Pep Week
50 Per Cent Off on Retail Prices
Aak for Catalogue and Prices of the Factory Distributors,
The Big Piano and Organ House.
W. L. MARCY,
LOUP 0ITY, NKB.
OFFICE: East Side Public Square.
S. A. ALLEN.
LOUP CITY, - - NEB.
Office up stairs in the new State
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