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\ PLUME XXIII. _LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906. NUMBER 28
THE NORTHWESTERN' j
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Residence ’Phone, - - R15
•1. W. 1 iI it LEIGH. Ed. and Puli.
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five cents per line each insertion,
f 'ard of Thanks. »0 cents.
L solutions of respect and condolence $1.00,
Jti memorlam poetry, five cents a line.
Announcements of church services, lodge,
•f* ty arid ciub meetings and all public
gin mi’s where not conducted for revenue,
will be r wished free.
Memorial Sunday Program,
There will he union Memorial ser
vices at the i>pera house Sunday, Mav
27th. at 10:30 a. m.
Singing merica. by congregation.
Prayer Uev. Wold.*
D Q trtette—Messrs Melior, John
'ii. Smith. Leininger. Mesdarnes;
Henry. Leininger. French and Out*;
Lesson- i»t-v. Wise.
Song Italian Hymn Congregation.
Sermon Uev. McEvven.
Decoration Day Program.
Program h,r Decoration Day exer
cises to be held at tlie opera house
May :i0. 1 :.T» p. m.
V«n*a; Music—Regale Quartette.
Prayer Rev. (I. II. Wise.
L; s Quartette -Mesdames Henry.
Leiuinger. Main and Outhouse.
Get; \ stiurg v (ration Lottie Gibson.
Quartette -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lein
in: >r. A. •!. Johnson. Mrs. French.
Address Hon. R. j’. Stan.
I» rt-Meviatnes Holcombe and French
After services at the opera house
a! v. ill go io cemetery to decorate
the graves of our soldiers and friends.
Wattles of Omaha has decided not
t for the IT, S. senate,
Weil, wliat was the use, anyway.
Some subscriber wrote the Times
Ia>t week, nominating it's editor for
th • legislature. Ahem! Hon. E. A.
Riown of Sherman.
it is asserted that the railway
emnloyes of Nebraska will organize
t ' ad off anti-railroad legislation,
II '.;u is done, the superior tiandi.
vi "'k I the railroad 1 c-ads will Ik' in
evidence, in the minds of the people.
S' far as we have been able to
b :1' ie united opposit ion to repuir
lir.iii iii in Nebraska ha* been only
; two Candi
da.- - who express u long felt want
i : the nomination for gubernatorial
'ii., ir George Sheldon has an- i
li need Iw "ill tic a candidate for
goo rnor. with ami-pass and railroad 1
r:- I gisli'i ion. and an elective com- •
mission a* his st igari. He thus throws j
down tlie gauntlet of tight to finish
with tlie railroad forces.
The Sh' .ru.n county republican!
t intral committee is called to meet
ft S re stnrr in
tlii- city ori Saturday. June 2nd, at j
> • ; in ' ing the time and place
;• i aiding the county convention
v ■ : a.i >.;!cediy be given,
afe oi Omaha . ennui even
t o . letting the senutnrship ge:
S' TO-:! it. i lie idea of it g mg
i. ’ :v o tsi-.le bus iii" same efie ;
o' - citizen- that tlie sight of
" - has on a dog with the rallies.
1. •• Ac pleasant aroma of Rose
\v ‘ i- ims ri" calming effect.
'"1st* supreme court on Monday re*'
all'need the sentence in the lower
emir!. and Senator Burton of Kansas
li es-, spend six months in jail and
|ay a line of -:-.oihi. deprives him of j
r. sent in the I’. S. senate and debars]
him forever afrer from holding un I
office under this government.
George L. House, speaker of the
las: house. i> formally brought out
lp iiis Mail - county for the governor
ship Hii • ever, the Independent of
Brand Island (Hep.) can't see it that j
v nd .ticking House on account ]
t<! hi- eii'.. >r\ railroad record. "Nix
i in a ii s. " Not any of htm for;
us. also. _'
Pan iUia’.es for the various office* I
ar- ii rig name:! rapidly these days, i
A .1 ’ig tii ■■ spoken of '-ate. we hear:
tie name A. I*. Pulley, as demo-1
era < andidate for the legislature. I
A. H. has some of the oest symptoms
o ' a go id democrat, and the fact that
he ails from Kentucky, should tie ;
th” pass into the innermost councils. !
As we intiinatod a couple of weeks]
since, the democrat* of Sherman have |
tin int« ntionof allowing their populist i
friend- t-■ capture the political pot. j
hot propose having a convention
the .-.’Ives and have a say of their
«.v*. ii. Groups of democrats might]
!. been seen on the street last I
Sa ::rday «rtisc*ussing tite situation and
v. e were informed by one of the lead-,
er : hat they would un loubtedly hold
a convention soon and place a com
plete ticket in tlie field.
In spite of the pessimist} ■ belief of
th knowing ones, the senate passed
the Hepburn railroad rate bill last
S iday. and in the entire senate
t : > were only three votes recorded
ag. list i' Koraker of Ohio, and
M rgan and Petti - of A labama. The
in a -ure liad hen under consideration
f.enty days in that body and has
caused inure interest over the coun
try pan any other since the repeal of
o ' tlic purchasing clause of the Sher
man bill in 1* Kl. That it passed so
nearly, unanimous—71 toff—will prove
somewhat incredulous to the reader
of the proceedings and delates on the
measure during its discussion.
1st->y •- a ■, ' %'f
Articles of Incorporation, Sher
man County Crain, 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 VV. Mason John J. Zink,
John N Fisher, do associate ourselves to
gether lor the purpose or forming and becom
ing a corporation in the state of Nebraska, for
the transaction of the business hereinafter
The name of th" Corporation shall be the
Sherman t’ounty Grain, Coal. Lumber and
Live Stock 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 of the business to be 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 gram business.
-• To buy. sell, exchange, keeo 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 other fuel, and to carry on
wholesale and retail coal varcs and to do a
general coal business.
4. To buy. sell, exchange and deal in animals
and live stock of all kinds and to carry on and
maintain stock yards and do a general stock
r> To buy. sell, lease, rent, exchange, own,
hold and deal m real estate as far as may be
nec essary, incidental or advantageous m con
ducting the above described forms of business.
6 Such business to be conducted at Loup
Hity. Nebraska, and such other places in the
United States may be deemed expedient by
the Board of Directors.
poration shall be One Hundred Thousand
Dollars in .shares of ten dollars ($10* !
eac h, to he paid on demand of the Board of
The existence of this Corporation shall com
mence on the 10th day of April. l‘JO0. and con- !
linue during the period of twt uty-five years
unless sooner dissolved as provided by law.
The business of said Corporation shall be :
conducted by a Board of Directors, not to
exceed - • it in number, to ue elected by the
stockholders, such elections to take place at
such • ne and bo conducted in such manner as
shall bt- pr - r bed l>3 the by-law- of said
The officers of -aid Corporation shall be
a President Vice-President. Secretary and
Treasurer wk .-hall i.«* chosen at the first
regular meeting of tno stockholder*, and shall
hold their office i >r the period of one year, and
until their sue< • -sors shall be elected and
The highest amount of indebtedness to which
said Cu! ;> ratio shall at any .inn subject
itself shui not b more than the pah; up
capital stock, and no one except a farmer
actually engaged in ’illing the soil shall be
eligible to hold any office in this assoc tat ion.
The manner of holding the meetings of the
stockholders for tk tion of officers and the
meihods <*f conducting the business o^the
corporation shall be provided for in the by
laws adopted by the Corporation
The highest number of shares that any
person shed b«- allowed to subscribe for or own
shall be fifty (50 and he shall be allowed one
vote only as though he owned bi t one share.
No shareholder of thi- Corporation shall be '
indiv. di;i.. liable f«r more than doubk his
share of -• ck subscribe 1
In .■ f. - whereof the undersigned have j
hereunto set their hands this 3l.st dav of
r. M SNYDER
f TIU 1ST Z. WIN lv,
W H. HUGHES,
HOLLA D. I1ENDRIPKSON.
[MKAI.j J. B. FQKD.
A W. M ASON.
JOHN J ZINK.
JOHN N FISHER.
Last pub June T.
My three stallions and two .lacks
Will stand for the season IOih. at the
Ilowe Il'.meh on Oak Creek, about 8
miles northeast of Loup ( ity. All
three horses will be at the old stand
lp Loup City op Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of each week. Mv terms
for the season are to insure colt to
live nine days or no pay.
TERMS; - “Nistral,” SJ2.5<: “Beau
tiful Prince," $10.00: "Kentucky Hoy"
$10.00: my old Kentucky Jack *10.00;
tn\ uld Missiuri Jack $15.00.
Persons disposing of or removing
mare from vicinity where bred, the
price of service Itecomes due the same
as if mare was known to Ire in foal.
Care will be taken to prevent acci
dent but should any occur 1 will not
Crive Us a Trial
Bound Front Barn,
J. H. MINER. Prop?
Loup ( ity. - Xebr.
Pme-tt Liv v' Rigs, careful drivers
Headquarters iortanners’teaiui. <w>m
mersi.il men's trade given especial at
tention. Your patronage solicited.
Baptist Clnuvli Directory.
Sunday School .11:30 a m
B. Y. P. C. . r.:3o p m
Evening services .. 7:30 pm
and 8:00 in the summer months
Mid-week prayer meetings every Wednesday
night nt 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. Wulp. Pastor.'
Notice of Hearing.
In the District Court of Sherman County. Ne
In the matter of the petition of Arminius P
Cullev 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 extn’e.
State of Nebraska, i
Sherman County. S
To Elizabeth Scott, executrix of the estate of
George II. Scott, deceased: Elizabeth Scoit,
widow of George H Scott, dec eased: Joel It.
Scott. Kate Kittel. Lucy Finch. George H.
Scott Livingston G. Scott. Iona Sharp and
Thaddeus Scott, children and heirs at law of
George II. Scott deceased: Margaret Scott,
wife of said Joel It. Scott: George Kittel.
husband of said Kate Kittel: Kate Scott,
wife of said George II. Scott: Irene Scott,
wife of -aid 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 or you arc hereby notified that
on March hist. I90r>. Arminius P. Cullev 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 S.-ott ns executrix of the
lavi will and testament of George H. Scott, de
ceased, to execute and deli v'er to the said A r
minius P Cullev a deed containing full cove
nants oi warranty to the following described
real estate situate in Sherman county, Nebras
ka to-wit: A piece or parcel of land'hung and
being in lots one and two. iu block eighteen,
in the original town, now village, of Loup cm .
and being the south forty feet off of the south
end of said lots on and two. and which is de
scribed by metes and bounds as folio .v : i'om
mcncing at the southeast corner of said lot
one. and running them *- north along the east
line of said lot one forty feet, the ace west and
parallel with the south line of said lots one
and two. to the west line of saift lot two. thence
south and along the west line of said lot two to
the south line of said lot two, thence east along
the south line of said lots one and two to the
place of beginning in pursuance of th* term
of a certain written contract between said
George H s ott now deceased, and S. F. He: -
nolds. and which contract was thereafter sold,
assigned and delivered to tin- said Arminius P.
That said petition was. on April 3rd. 19b:..
presented to the District court of Sherman
county. Nebraska, and an order was made by
said court mat the hearing upon said petition
be ha : at the court house in Loup City. Ne
braska. in said countv of Sherman, on the I2i’h
day of June. lbiHi. 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 tin:** and place fixed for the
hearing thereon be given by publication for s:x
successive weeks in the Lore City North
western. a weekly newspaper published and
of general circulation in said county of Sher
Dated this :£>th day of April. 190C
arm in it’s P. Cclley. Petitioner.
By K. J Nii.hti>*.ai.e. His Attorney
attest: C. F. BecshaI’SEN.
Clerk .if the District Court of
[SEAL Sin :man County. Nebraska.
By John Minshull, Deputy.
Las. pub. June 7.
U P KAILWAY.
Vhrss Daily vpraiqs to
trains arrive and depart as
No. 28 leaves daily except Sunday ipa*s
enger; 7:25 a.m.
No. leaves Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, (mixed i 12:20 p.m.
No. 90 leaves Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, (mixed i • ir» p. m.
No. s? 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 f. .25 p m.
First classservio and close connections
east. west and south. Tickets sold to all
points, aud baggage checked through to
destination. Information will be cheer
fully furnished on application to
G. W. COi-LiPKiFST, Agent
UH’P CITY NKBR.
• ’hicago, Butte,
Si Joseph. Salt Lake City,
Kansas Oitv, Portland,
st Louis. San Francisco,
snd Mi pot Ms and ail points
sst a. no snnth. West.
IIUI>s I.E.Wt AS FOLLOW*;
So 52 Pasttcngei.7 . 3.*>a. m
No oh Freight.9:15 a. m.
No. 51 Passenger. 5:10 p. w.
No. 59 Freight.tfrtiD p. m.
Sleeping, dinner and reclining chair cars
(seats tree) on through trains. Tickets
sold and baggage checked to any point in
the United states or Canada.
For information, maps, time tables and
tickets call on or write to R. L, Arthur
agent. Or J. Francis, Gen*l Passenger
agent. Omaha. Nebraska.
And the Public!
Tie St. Elmo Lifer? Bam
Is under anew management. Give
me a trial and if you have any
thin'* good to say, say it to
others; if yon have
any complaint, make it to
me. Others can’t ritiht my
mistakes, hut I can and will. Respt.,
T.K. Gilbert, Prop.
Sheet JVlusic of All JCipds
C. H. LEININGER!
E. (t. Taylor, J. S. Pedi«er, C. C. Carlson.
President. Vice President. Cashier
W: R. Mellor, J. W. Long, S. N. Sweetland
LIP CITY STATE" BANK
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA,
Capital Stock, - - $25,000.00
Individual Liability, $250,000.00
; \ Leiiier Liter Lin
□Loup City, fJebfaska,
Posts, Shingles, Lime and Cement
Hard and Soft Coal Always on Hand.
Agents for Slienvin-AYilliams Prepared Paints
OUR jVIOTTO: *
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 JVIafket
IN SHERMAN COUNTY
Pin, met aid Eis
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. S.25 per ton.
Loup City, Ashton Rockville and Schaupps
Siepmann & Oltmann
City Meat Market.
Siepmann & Oltmann
City Dray Line.
Siepmann & Oltmann
City Meat Market.
Siepmarn & Oltmann
Dity Dray Line.
Phone W51 and W53
BOUGHT AT THE
8. & |V1. ELEVATORS
M CAL Pi XE. LOUP CITY. SCHAUPP SIDING
ASHTON AND FAR WELL.
HOGS AT SCHAUPP SIDING AND FAR\YELI
i'h|| >iri.l our <• ml n'.s) g»‘i priced on grain.
E. G- TAYLOR.
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, Mowers,
Rakes and Binding Twine.
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