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VOLUME XXIII. LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA THURSDAY. MAY 10. 1906. ' NUMBER 26
TERMS:—fl.00 PER TEAR. IF PAID III ADYAKOE
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mission through the mails as second
Office ’Phone, - - - R8
Residence ’Phone, - - R15
J. w. BURLEIGH. Ed. and Pub.
Display Space-Rates furnished upon ap
Local Notices —Five cents per line for
each insertion. Notices set in black face type
double the above rate All notice* 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. SO cents.
Resolution* of respect and condolence, $1.00,
In memoriam poetry, five cents a line.
Announcements of church services, lodge,
society and club meetings and all public
gatherings where not conducted lor revenue,
will be published free.
St ckholders’ Meeting.
Notice is. hereby given that a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Sher
man County Grain, Coal Lumber and
Live Stock Association will be held
at the court liouse in Loup City,
Neb., on Saturday, May 19, 190t>, at
one o’clock p. m.'for the purpose of
electing oflicere of the association ahd
transacting such other business as
may legally come before the meeting.
Each stockholder will be entitled to
one vote. No proxies will be allowed.
Come prepared to meet stock sub
scriptions. All farmers respectfully
in\ ited to attend.
R. I). Hendrickson. Sec.
B. Sc M Wreck >ear C ni$t»ck
The west Iwund B. & M. passenger
train was wreched last evening at the
big curve between Comstock and Sar
gent by the spreading of rails. The
engine passed safely over, but the two
coaches left the track, one thrown
across the track, the other being
hung some distance from the road
bed. Fortunately no one was killed
or even seriously Injured. We under
stand Frank Brewer was one of the
passengers. The wrecking train went
up to the scene early this morning
and will have the road opened again
in a few hours..
By error, last week's Nobthwkst
kbn was dated “April 3,” instead of
“May 3.’’ No excuse therefor, except
Ex-State Auditor J. H. Cornell is
dying at ids home in Verdon, this
state, of acute paralysis. He was the
last populist state auditor.
Elsewhere in this issue will tie
found the "Articles of Incorporation’’
of the Farmers’ Elevator Association
of Loup City and Sherman county.
Also notice of annual election oi
officers of the association.
Brer. Brown is still busy bringing
out proposed candidates on the re
publican ticket. As he only men
tioned one for the county attorney
ship. it will be supposed lie has not
had his ear close to the ground.
Again lias a Loup City citizen beer
honored. Tiiis time it is J. S. Pedlei
who was elected Patron of the Grand
Chapter O. E. S. at Lincoln last
week. Carry the news to his not
very formidable enemy, the “would
As a little out of the usual. th<
democrats of Nebraska this year pro
po^ to lead, in the matter of holding
their state convention, rather tliar
follow, as they have named Aug. 15
as their date^about a week prior tc
to.- republican state convention.
We hear it whispered that tht
democrats of Sherman county pm
pose to have a fair division of offices
tiiis fall and rather incline to namt
the candidate for representative
themselves, allowing their populjsl
brethren to go after the count}
attorneyship, or vice versa,
E. Rosewater is now an avowee
candidate for the U. S. senate, his
son. Victor Rosewater, making the
announcement in last Monday’s Hail}
Bee. Tills means that Norris Browi
will have to go some to head off t
Rosewater boom tiiat seems to be
gathering with the force and rapiditj
of a modern tornado.
All Is not serene among the opposen
of republicanism in Nebraska. Geo
W. Berge. populist, wants another g(
at the governorship, while the demo
cratic brethren want to sidetraci
George with the attorney generaishi]
and name the man for chief rule:
themselves. George says “nix’
weeden.” or words to that effect, anc
says with him it will be nominatior
fqr governor or nothing. So, there.
As Bro. Brown is hearing of sup
posed republican candidates for office
lie will of course have no objection U
Tub Nobthwesthbn mentioning
some spoken of on his side of ti«
house. As a starter, we this weei
mention the name of our honorabli
contemporary. Bro. A. E. Brown him
self, whom we have heard spoken o
in connection with the office of Rep
resentative in the coming state legis
lature. Now the opposition could gi
further to find a man and not be hal
so happy in their selection, ant
■•Representative Brown of Sherman"
would not sound so bad.
A Loup City editor of a populis
paper resorted to the meanest trie!
on record to get his wife to dig u]
the garden tins spring. He went ou
with a spade and a hoe and afte
searching around for a while he wen
to tiie house to wash the dirt off ;
dime and a quarter. He had strucl
ft rich he said. Back to the gardei
lm went whistling “Sweet Marie.'
Directly he came again, this tim
allowing another quarter and remarkei
that lie could afford to take a naf
he had made enough for one day anv
how. When he awoke, his wife ha
the wliole plot dug up. but she ha
not found a “scent.” She doesn’t ye
know the mine was salted.
Articles ot Incorporation, Sher
man County Grain, Coal, Lum
ber and Live Stock Association
Know All Men By These Presents:
That we. C. M. Snyder, Christ Zwink, W. H.
Hughes, Kolia D. Hendrickson. J. B. Ford,
James Me Beth. A. W. Mason. John J. Zink,
John N. Fisher, do associate ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming and becom
ing a corporation it. the state of Nebraska for
the transaction of the business hereinafter
The name of the Corporation shall be the
Sherman County Grain, Coal. Lumber and
Live 8tock Association.
The principal place of transacting its busi
ness shall be in the city of Loup City, county
of Sherman, and state of Nebraska.
The nature ot tht business to he transacted
by said corporation shall be:
1. To buy, sell, exchange, store and ship all
kinds of grain and farm products, and to carry
on and maintain a general grain business
2. To buy. sell, exchange, keep in stock and
deal in lumber, lime, hair, cement and all kinds
of lumber and building material.
3. To buy. sell, exchange, keep in stock and
deal in coal and o:her fuel, and to carry on
wholesale and retail coal yards and to do a
general coal business.
4. To buy, sell, exchange and deal in animals
and live stock of all kinds and tc.carry on and
maintain stock yards and do a general stock
5. To *buy, sell, lease, rent, exchange, own,
hold and deal in re&l estate as far as may be
necessary, incidental or advantageous in con
ducting the above described forms of business.
0. Such business to be conducted at Loup
City. Nebraska, and such other places in the
United States as ©e.jr be deemed expedient by
the Board of Directors.
The authorised capital $|Oo»r of said cor
S>ration shall be One * Thousand
ollars ($100,000). id shares qf «,?n 1 'lars ($10)
each, to be paid ot demand of im. W;oard of
IV. * \
The existence of this Corporation shai>6oin
mence on the 10th day of April. 1906. and con
tinue during the period of twenty-live years
unless sooner dissolved as provided by law.
The business-of .said Corporation shall be
conducted by a Board of Directors, not to
exceed seven in number, to oe elected by the
stockholders, such elections to take place at
such time and be conducted in such manner as
shall be prescribed by the by-laws of said
The officers of said Corporation shail be
a President Vice-President. Secretary and
Treasurer, who shall be chosen at the first
regular meeting of t,he stockholders, and shall
hold their office for the period of one year, and
until their successors shall be elected and
The highest amount of indebtedness to which
said Corporation shall at any time subject
itself shall not be more than the paid up
capital stock, and no one except a farmer
I actually engaged in tilling the soil shail be
! eligible to hold any office in this association.
The manner of holding the meetings of the
stockholders for the election of officers and the
methods of conducting the business of the
corporation shall be provided for in the by
laws adopted by the Corporation
The highest number of shares that any
person shall be allowed to subscribe for or own
shall be fifty (50), and he shall be allowed one
vote only as though he owned but oue share.
No shareholder of this Corporation shall be
Individually liable for more than double liis
share of stock subscribed
In witness whereof the undersigned have
hereunto set their hands this 31st day of
C. M SNYDER.
W. H. HUGHES.
HOLLA D. HENDRICKSON.
[SEAL] J. B FORD.
A W. MASON.
JOHN J. ZINK
JOHN N. FISHER.
Last pub. June 7.
My three stallions and two Jacks
Will stand for the season HHKi. at the
Howe Ranch on Oak Creek, about 8
miles northeast of Loup City. All
three horses will be at the old stand
in Loup City on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of each week. My terms
for the season are to insure colt to
live nine days ot no pay.
TERMS;—“Xistral,” *12,50; "beau
tiful Prince,” *10.00; "Kentucky Hoy”
110.00; my old Kentucky Jack *10,00;
my old Missiuri Jack *15.00.
persons disposing of or removing
mare from vicinity where bred, the
price of service liecomes due the same
aa if mare was known to be in foal.
Care will be taken to prevent acci
dent but should any ooour I will not
m i in Dm
; jrive Us a Trial
! Round Front Barn,
■ J. H. MINER- Props
• Loup City, - Nebr.
1 Finest Livers Rigs, careful drivers
1 Headquarters ini-farmers’teamo «'om
t mercial men's trade given especial at
tention. Yonr patronage solicited.
Baptist Cliurcli Directory.
Morning services.10:30 a m
Sunday School .11:30 a m
B. Y. P. U. . 6:30pm
Evening services . 7:30 pm
and 8:00 in the summer months.
Mid-week prayer meetings every Wednesday
night Bt 7:30 to 8:00 p. m.
Prayer meetings are held in the parsonage
during winter months.
The Ladies' Aid Society meets on Wednesday
at 2:30 p. m. H .S. Wold. Pastor. ‘
Notice of Hearing.
In the District Court of Sherman County. Ne
In the matter of the petition or Arminius P
Culley to require the executrix of the last
will and testament of George H Scott, de
ceased. to execute a deed of conveyance of
certain real estate.
State of Nebraska, t
Sherman County. i
To Elizabeth Scott, executrix of the estate of
George H. Scott, deceased: Elizabeth Scott,
widow of GeorgeH. Scott, deceased; Joel R.
Scott. Kate Kittel, Lucy Finch. George H.
Scott. Livingston G. Scott. Iona Sharp and
Thaddeus Scott, children and heirs at law of
George 11. Scott, deceased: Margaret Scott,
wife of said Joel R. Scott: George Kittel.
husband of said Kate Kittel: Kate Scott,
wife of said George H. Scott: Irene Scott,
wife of said Livingston G. Scott: William |
Sharp, husband of said Iona Sharp: Daisy
Scott, wife of said Thaddeus Scott, and to all
persons interested in the estate of said
George H. Scott, deceased:
You and each of you are hereby notified that
on March 31st. 1906. Arminius P. Culley tiled
his petition in the District Court of Sherman
county. Nebraska, the object and prayer of
which are to obtain a decree authorizing and
directing Elizabeth Scott, as executrix of the
last will and testament of George H. Scott, de
ceased. to execute and deliver to the said A r
minius P. Culley a deed containing full cove
nants ol warranty to the following described
real estate situate in Sherman county. Nebras
ka. Vn-wit: A piece or parcel of land lying and
being in lots one and two. in block eighteen,
in the original town, now village, of Loup City,
and bein^ the south forty feet off of the south |
end of said lots one and two. and which is de
scribed by metes and bounds as follows: Com
mencing at the southeast corner of said lot
one. and running thence north along the east
line of said lot one forty feet, theace west and
parallel with the south line of said lots one
and two. to the west line of said lot two. thence
south and along the west line of said lot two to
the south $ine of said lot two, thence east along
the south line of said lots one and two to the
place of beginning, in pursuance of the terms
of a certain written contract between said
, George H. Scott, now deceased, and S. F. Rey
! nolds. and which contract was thereafter sold.
! assigned and delivered to the said Arminius P.
That said petition was, on April 3rd. 1906,
presented to the District court of Sherman
county. Nebraska, and an order was made by
said court tuat the hearing upon said petition
be ha 1 at the court house in Loup City. Ne
braska in said county of Sherman, on the 12th
day of lune. 1906. at the hour of 9 o'clock in the
! forenoon of said day. and it was further or
dered that notice of the pendency of this peti
tion and of the time and place fixed for the
hearing thereon be given by publication for six
successive weeks in the Loitp City North
western. a weekly newspaper published and
of general circulation in said county of Sher
Dated this 25th day of April. 1906
Arminius P. Culley. Petitioner.
By R. J Nightingale. Hie Attorney.
ATTEST: C. F. BEU8HAUSEN.
Clerk of the District Court of
[seal] Sherman County. Nebraska.
By John Minshull. Deputy.
Last pub. June 7.
U P RAILWAY.
Thrss Daily Traiys to
TRAINS ARRIVE AND DEPART AS
No. 38 leaves daily except Sunday (pas9
eager). 7:25a. m.
No. 88 leaves Monday. Wednesday and
Friday. (mixed * 12:20 p. m
No. 90 leaves Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, (mixed) 1:15 p. m.
No. 87 arrives dully except Sunday (mixed)
No. 37 arrives Monday. Wednesday and Fri- ;
day at 7:35 p. m.
; No. 39 (passenger) Tuesdays. Thursdays and
| Saturdays, arrives at 5:35 p m.
! First classservic -and close connections
j west and south. Tickets sold to all
i points aud baggage checked through to
destination. It formation will he cheer j
I fully furnished on application to
T. A. Clark., Agent
UM’P CITY NKBR.
si Joseph. Salt Lake City,
Kansas otty. Portland,
si. Louis. San Francisco.
hikI all points and ail points
»i«*t jinn south. West.
IK* IN* IKATK AS K«LM)WS:
No 52 Passenger.7. 3xa. m
No. ttO Freight.9:15 a m
No. 51 Passenger. 5:10 p. m.
No. 59 Freight.6:00 p. m.
Sleeping, dinner and reclining chair cars
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets
sold and baggage checked to any point in
the United Stales or Canada.
For information, maps, time tables and
tlcketB call on or write to R. L. Arthur
agent. Or J. Francis. Gen*l Passenger
agent. Omaha. Nebraska.
And the Public!
Tie St. Elio Lira? Ban
Is under a new management. Give
me a trial and if you have any
thing good to say, say it to
others; if you have
any complaint, make it to
me. Others can’t risiht my
mistakes, but I can and will. Respt.,
BOUGHT AT THE
B. & JVL EUEVATOPS
MCALPIX®, LOUP CITY. SCHAUPP SIDING,
ASHTON AND FAR WELL.
Coal for Sale at Lota City and Ashton. .Will 6oy
HOGS AT SCHAUPP SIDING AND ' FAR WELL
’■•II .ini our nm! and get prices on grain.
E. G. TAYLOR.
Sheet jVlusic of All j(ipds
For Sale by
Undertaking IG. H. LEININGER ! Pianos
and r . j and
Art Goods fllfpitllfe | Organs
E. G. Taylok, J. S. Pedler, C. C. Carlson.
President. Vice President. Cashier
W: R. Mellor, J. VV. Long, S. N. Sweetland
CITY iSTATE* BANK
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA.
Capital Stock, - - $25,000.00
Individual Liability, $250,000.00
Loup City, Nebraska,
L U LVI B E R
Posts, Shingles, Lime and Cement
Hard and Soft Coal Always on Hand.
Agents for Sherwin-Williams Prepared Paints
Siepmann & Oltmann
City Meat Market.
Siepmann & Oltmann
City Dray Line.
Siepmann & Oltmann
City Meat Market.
Siepmarn & Oltmann
Dity Dray Line.
Phone W51 and W53
It is heavy, hard work to handle hay
the old way, besides help is hard to get and wages are
Buy the Improved Stacker and sweep which light
ens the work and saves you money, at the Hardware
and Implement store of
L S. Hayhurst,
AGENT FOR DEERING Binders,
Rakes and Binding Twine.
At Right Prices
We run our business on the prin
The Best Wins
We adhere to the policy of always
giving the best possible value
For Least Money
There’s considerable satisfaction in a store
where you know it’s impossible for you to
make a mistake. You always have the
Our desire is to make Loup City
The Best possible JVIarket
IN SHERMAN COUNTY
Pin, muter and E®
And all kinds of Produce,
C. C. Cooper.
On account of re-building our coal sheds,
we will reduce the price of our coal in bins
on B. & M. $.25 per ton.
Loup City, Ashton Rockville and Schaupps
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