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Just received, another shipment of Elliot Anti-Rust Tinware, such as Wash Boilers,
Wash Pans, Tea Kettles, Teapots, Coffee Pots, Dishpans, Pails, etc. Each and every ar
ticle I guarantee not to rust, and same will be replaced free of charge, if not satisfactory.
Respt. yours, 3?. O. KJEEID.
A. P. CULLEY, President.
W. F. MASON, Cashier. %
OF lou p GfTY
We Do a Banking Business Only
Farm Loans at 6 per cent,Optiqnal Payments
A Few Market Quotations.
Cattle, per 100 lbs.$2.50 $4.50
Hops, per 100 lbs. 5.50
Corn, per bu.24 fa .29
Wheat, per bu.45^ .54
Oats, per bu.21 ta .24
Rye, perbu.39 @ .44
Butter, per lb. 16
Eggs, per doz. .18
Hens, per lb. .06
Spring chickens, per lb.06 3-4
Sleetli retails eggs.
Will Zimmerman sells land.
For buggies see T. M. Reed.
Mrs. Geo. Leininger is on the sick
Hayward Bros, shoes for sale at
Mrs. Edgar Draper is ill with
Puritan Indian meal, lOcts package
at Cooper’s. v
The farmers’ elevator building is
3 on 62, Ashley Conger, the dray
man. Get him.
Beardsley's shredded codtisli, lOcts
per can at Cooper’s.
Will Zimmerman has some tine
bargains in tow n lots.
Cooper pays the highest price for
poultry and produce.
The biggest line of petticoats at
Johnson & Lorentz’.
Delicious short order lunches at
the Model Restaurant.
Richard Stevens of Perry, Iowa, is
visiting the Daddow boys.
Closing out of summer goods at wav
down prices at Johnson & Lorentz.
Mrs. J. II. Parsliall left for Mon
tana, last Saturday, to visit a sister.
Last call for red Hog Sale at Central
City, Neb., Nov. 5th, by J. B. Geit
Lou Rein is able to be out again,
though looking a little the worse for
Don't sell your butter, eggs and
poultry till you get Sleetli s cash
Mr. and Mas. B. T. Snyder returned
last Friday from a visit witli their
Christensen & Ferdinandt Furni
ture Co. do all kinds of repairing in
Mrs. Geo. McFadden and Mrs. W.
O. Brown visited at Grand Island
T. M. Reed has some bargains to
oiler you in buggies. Just received a
car of them.
Herman Lindall. son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. H. Lindall, returned from
Colorado last Friday.
We will give 10 per cent off on all
couches sold this week. Christensen
& Ferdinandt Furniture Co.
John W. Long is prepared
make ail Heal restate nouns on
short notice at lowest rates.
Usual services at the Presbyterian
church next Sunday. Good music.
A cordial invitation to all.
Christensen & Ferdinandt Furni
ture Co. have the finest line of Iron
Beds ever shown in Loup City.
Mrs. Emil Cords and her two chil
dren visited at Grand Island over last
Sunday, returning home Tuesday.
Spring-time is the time to paint—
Sherwin-Williams is the kind of paint.
Sold by Leininger Lumber Co.
Mrs. Neima Walker of Gibbon, Neb.,
arrived last Friday on a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Converse.
Last call for thoroughbred Duroc
Jersey Hog Salle at Central Citv,
Neb., sale to commence at 1 p. ni.
J. B. Geitzen.
Mrs. Frank Foster left for Payette,
Idaho, Monday, for a visit with her
parents and friends. Frank went as
far as Grand Island with her.
C. E. Mellor has moved his business
back of the Model Restaurant, where
he will be found with a full line of
windmills, pumps and general repairs.
Here is something that is worth
many dollars to every farmer to know:
Sprinkle lime in your stock tank and
not a particle of* scum will form on
the water. When the lime loses its
strength scum will begin to form,
which may be twice during the season.
Wash out the tank and repeat the
dose. It is cheap, not only harmless,
but wholesome, keeps the water sweet
And saves the live stock.—Ex.
Try the Model restaurant.
It pays to trade at Cooper's.
Try Sunday dinners at the Model.
Farmers, try the Model for pood
| WANTED: 10,000 dozen eggs at
Quarters of beef, 4}$ and 5}£ cents
j Loans on Heal Estate, call on
John W Long
For bargains in dry goods, go to
Johnson & Lorentz.
Mr. A. R. Axelson is now employed
in Conliiser's store.
Phone A. T. Conger. 3 on 02, when
in need of a drayman.
Boliart's cake and pastry flour, 25c
per package, at Cooper’s.
Mrs. E. G Taylor was a passenger
to St. Paul Wednesday morning.
If you want to buy or sell real
estate, call on John W. Long.
Mrs. Harry Ilinman returned last
Saturday evening from her visit to
her husband’s parents at St. Edwards.
Fore-quarters of beef, cts, liind
qnarters 5l^cts, at Reynolds’ Meat
Market. ‘ 51-2
Mrs. Robert Walker of Mason City
was visiting friends in Loup City over
A number of our young people held
a tin shower for Miss Edith Henry,
last Thursday evening.
See A. P. de Lyster for Loup City
Mill Co.’s flour aiid feed. Every sack
warranted. Free delivery.
C. II. French is enjoying a visit
from his sister, Mrs. Eli Cole and her
daughter Edna, of Custer county.
Mr. Fred Stelir, of Grand Island,
accompanied by his daughter, visited
his sister, Mrs. Henry Olilsen, Yester
Come in and look at our Sanitary
Couches. They are dandies. At the
Christensen & Ferdinandt Furniture
Last call for Public Auction sale of
choice I)uroc Jersey hogs at Central
City, Nov. 5tli, at l'p. m.
J. B. Geitzen.
10 per cent reduction on all framing
done in the month of November, at
Christensen & Ferdinandt Furniture
Siepmann will do killing for the
farmers at their farms or his own
slaughterhouse. He is a competent
butcher and will do it right.
About forty young people attended
a Hallowee’n party in the basement
of the new residence of A. B. Outhouse
all reporting a splendid time.
.\ ewt. \ ance has resigned his pos
ition in Conhiser’s general store, to
take effect Saturday, and we under
stand will become a knight of the grip.
I)r. Long was called to the home of
John Wheeler in Elm township, last
Tuesday, to remove a sand burr from
the throat of Mr. Wheeler's eldest
G. W. Turner, at the McKihnie
Bros, farm, live miles northwest of
Loup City, lias a very good single
harness and buggy for sale at a reason
able figure. 51-tf
N. T. Daddow on Monday of this
week sold his 200-acre farm in Clay
township for the neat sum of $7,000.
We have not learned the name of the
The solos by Mrs. Chas. Leininger
and Miss Celia Conklin of Central
City was a pleasant-feature of the
evening service at the Presbyterian
church last Sunday.
Mrs. B. M. G asteyer went to Hope
well. N. M., to visit her parents, re
turning last evening, bringing home
her two little daughters, who have
been visiting there lor some time.
Lum Fletcher, who has been confined
to his home for the past few weeks
with an aggravated case of rheuma
tism, is able to be up and around the
house, though not yet able to be out.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Taylor had for
over Sunday guests: Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Taylor and Mrs. Abe Conklin of
St. Paul, Mrs. Mary Watts of Dixon,
111., and Miss Celia Conklin of Central
Geo. Haller, one of the best of the
i all good Wiggle Creek base ball nine,
| gave us a pleasant call last Thursday,
| advancing the subscription of his
father, Chas. Haller, to the North
western another year.
John Johns and family, who went
to Arkansas last spring, returned to
Loup City yesterday, having conclud
ed that Arkansas was not the coun
try for them and will hereafter make
this their home. Mr. Johns is a
brother-in-la«’ of Harry Udy.
Along R. R.No- 1
L. Johnson is building a new cattle
There are now "!> mail boxes on this
j Miss Mary Domgard is working at
S. S. Reynolds’.
F. Zwink is helping Henry Apple
plaster his house.
Milo Gilbert is doing some tine road
work on the route.
F. Kusick of Clear Creek has put a
mail box on this route.
Frank Tykwart of Loup City is on
Clear Creek husking corn.
R. I). Hendrickson returned home
from Omaha last Wednesday.
Elmer Walker drove to Loup City
after a load of lumber last week.
Miss Maud Reynolds returned last
Wednesday from a visit to Arcadia.
Adam Zalin of Elm is getting the
roads in tine shape along the route.
Don’t neglect those bad places in
the roads. It may save a wheel this
F. Blasehke left some nice meat in
the mail box for the carrier Wednes
Chris Zwink is doing some tine
work on the mail route. He is his
We learn that Irwin Barrick has
rented Wright Reynolds’ place for
The mail was an hour and forty-five
minutes late the 22nd on accout of
The mail wagon only went half way
over the route on the 2.'!d on account
of the storm.
Miss Eva Tykwart was visiting over
last Sunday with her brother and sis
ter in Loup City.
rhe ladies aid society ot t leora
church were having a meeting atJ.
Warrick’s last Friday.
A. J. Budler and wife and Mera
Mathews and wife went to Anselmo
last week to visit friends.
The corn fields along the route
since the storms of last week look as
though a hail storm had struck them.
Romeo Conger and wife got home
from Dannebrog. Wednesday, where
they had been visiting at Casliie Con
The party to be held in Max Les
chinsky's barn was postponed on ac
count of rain, the building being un
Wright Reynolds has commenced to
build on his place west of his father's.
It begins to look as though we are
to lose another bachelor.
If the farmers along the route will
sow the sides of the route to alfalfa
next spring the carrier will keep the
road to the center of the line.
If all the patrons of the rural route
would burn the grass on the north
side of the road it would keep the
snow from drifting into the road.
II. M. Severson of the Model Res
taurant, who has been sick with
typhoid fever for several weeks at
Ord. returned home last Friday even
ing. While convalescing rapidly from
his recent illness, yet he shows the
strenuous experience he has passed
The First National of this city has
just added a nest of 28 safety deposit
boxes for the benefit of their patrons.
The nest is a dandy little affair, and
just the thing to accommodate the
bank’s customers. Will Mason is al
ways on the lookout for the accommo
dation of the bank’s big patronage,
There is nothing the matter with
the good Daddow boys of Sherman
county. On Monday* of this week,
there was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Daddow of Clay township, a bright
baby boy. This is the third infant
Daddow that has come to the best
county in Nebraska within the past
Word is received here that Henry
Oltmann, of whose illness at Omaha
we made mention last week, died on
Monday evening of this week. His
mother, sister Johanna, and brothers,
John, Ed, George and Gus were at
his bedside. We understand he left
a wife and three children. We have
no further particulars.
The social given by the C. E. Society
of the Presbyrerian church at Society
Hall on Tuesday evening, was an oc
casion of great enjoyment to all who
attended.- The hall’was lighted with
Jack-o’-lanterns and the young ladies
costumed in white. Amusements of
various kinds kept everybody busy
\ and furnished no end of amusement.
Refreshments of coffee, sandwiches
and pumpkin pies were served.
Hallowe’en was celebrated in Loup
City last night by more devilment
than any Hallowe’en that has come
to our notice in years past. This
morning Main street was literally
blocked between the First National
bank and Gasteyer’s corner with ma
chinery, wagons, buggies and vehicles
of all kinds and descriptions, signs
strewn hither and thither, out build
ings turned over and numberless other
incidents occurring of which we have
no room to mention. The area way
of the Northwestern office received
its full share of attention also. How
aver, the work done by the boys, big
and little, was not in the nature of
harmful, so to speak, but is an ex
penditure of amusement that should
not be allowed a repetition in all the
years to come.
The Greatest Gift
What would I bring to you,
0 little one of mine,
If I the right possessed
To choose one thing—the best
Of gifts—and make it thine?
What would I bring, you ask;
1 would not loiter where
The painted toys are piled,
For, O. my precious child,
I could not find it there.
What would I bring to you
If I one choice possessed?
No gem that men have brought
From any mine, and not
A treasure you have guessed.
If T might choose, I’d bring
No product of the mart
To soon be cast away.
But you should have for aye
A brave and hopeful heart.
-S. K. Kiser. I
Mairied, Saturday evening, Oct. 27,
llKlfi, at the home of the bride’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Henry,
in Loup City, their daughter. Miss
Edith Henry, to Mr. L. X. Smith,
the liev. G. H. Wise of the Methodist
church officiating. In the absence ol
further information, the Northwest
ern can only add it’s choicest blessing
upon the worthy young people and
wish them a long and happy marital
life. Mr. Smith is one of our most
progressive young farmers, while the
bride is one of our choicest Loup Cite
Next Wednesday evening occurs the
nuptials of Miss Gladys O’Bryan,
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. B.
O’Bryan, and Mr. Joe Thompson,
both' estimable young people of out
city. The Northwestern in advance
sends them a wireless message of con
Accident From Kerosene
While attempting to rekindle a tire
with kerosene oil at her home yester
day. Miss Gladys O'Bryan was badly
burned about the face and hands by
a premature explosion of the oil,
Without her knowledge, there were
live coals in the grate, which ignited
j and caused the accident. She is rest
i ing as easy as the nature of her in
j juries will permit.
Will Install Pastor.
The Installation of Rev. McEwen
; as pastor of the Presbyterian church
will be held on Thursday evening,
Nov. Nth. This service has been post
poned until the new church could be
finished. Revs. Ray of St. Paul,
Longstaff of Harwell, and Johnson ol
Kearney, will participate in the ser
Farm of 1*50 acres in Sherman county, Ne
braska. 3 miles south anil 2 miles west of
Arcadia, all frame buildings, house 2*5x26, wind
mill well, 80 acres in pasture, the balance in
plow land, good school house on one corner of
place, 2 miles west from Swedish church, price
$25 per acre- For terms and particulars apply
to A. Grammond on farm, or address Arcadia.
Cheap one-way to Paci9c Coast:—Daily one
way rates to San Francisco. Los Angelas, Port
land. Seattle. Tacoma anti other Coast Terri
tory, nearly otic-half rates: also cheap one
way rates to Montana, Wyoming, Big Horn
Basin. Utah anil Western Colorado, daily until
Round Trip to the Coast: — Paily Tourist
rates in effect all winter to Pacific Coast
destinations with variable routes.
To the East and South:—Very low home
seekers' and Winter Tourist excursions thro’
the autumn and winter to various destinations
throughout the south.
Visit the Old Ho he:—Low excursion rates
to the old home points in Illinois. Iowa Wis
consin. Missouri as nd other middle states des
tinations. Nov 13th and 27ih, limit thirty days.
Homseekers' Excursions: — Frequently each
month to Wester, i Nebraska. Eastern Colo
rado. Big Horn Basin, dry land farming des
tinations or irrigated sections
Fret Kinkaid Lands:—Write D. Clem Deaver
Agent Burlington's Homeseekers* Information
Bureau at 1004 Farnam :st.. Omaha, about get
ting hold of a free section of Kinkaid lands
now bein' restored to the public domain.
Consult nearest Burlington Ticket Agent and
see what rates he has available for yonr pro
posed trip. R. L. Abu hub, Agent.
Special Colorado Rates.
$15.*0 to Denver. Colorado Springs. Pueblo,
and return. Tickets on sale Nov. 10. 12and 13
,22.10 to Denver and return. Tickets on, sale
every day. Nov. 1. 1806. to May 31. 1907.
#21.10 to Colorado Springs and return. Tic
kets on sale every day. Nov. 1 to May 31. 1907.
$26 25 to Pueblo and return. Tickets on sale
every day. Nov. 1. 1909. to May 31, 1907.
$8.90, Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
one way. Tiokets on sale tjrst and third Tues
davs. November 1906. to March, 1907.
Via the Union Pacific. Inquire of
i G. VV. Collipriest..Agent.
U P RAILWAY.
Vhrss Daily Vraiqs to
TRAINS ARRIVE AND DEPART AS
No. 38 (motor passenger) leaves dally ex
cept Sunday at 7:10 a. m.
No. 88 (mixed) leaves daily (except Sun
day) at 3:30 p. m.
No. 37 (motor passenger) arrives daily (ex
cept Sunday ) at 6:10 p. m.
No. 87 (mixed) arrives dally (except Sun
day) at 3:00 p m.
First class service and close connections
east, west and south. Tickets sold to all
points and baggage checked through to
destination. Information will be chter
fully furnished on application to
G. W. COLLI pm est. Agent
LOUP CITY NiSBR.
and all points
ast and south.
Salt Lake City,
and all points
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS:
No. 52 Passenger..7.35ft. m
No. 60 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
t;ckets call oq or write to R. L. Arthur
agent. Or J. Francis. Gen'l Passenger
agent. Omaha. Hebrasba.
C F. KAUFFMAN
Loup City, Nebr.
Duroc-Jersey Hog Sale.
My annual Duroc-Jersey hog sale
will be held at my farm on Thursday,
| Nov. 8th, 19(X>, commencing at 1 p. m.
I Send for catalogue. 28-4
J. A. Ollis, Jr., Ord, Neb.,
Notice to the Public.
I will carry a line of ladies’ and
j children’s millinery through the
i entire millinery season, at Froehlicli’s
! store, south side of courthouse square.
Stock will be changed each week, so
will have a new line to select from.
VVe invite the ladies of Loup City
and vicinity to call and inspect them.
Mrs. J. Froeiilich.
I)r. Yallier, Osteopath, Grand Is
land, Neb.,office over Decatur & Bea
gle’s shoe store. Consultation and ex
amination free. Chronic diseases a
The following proposed amendment to the
constitution of the State of Nebraska, as here
inafter set forth in full, is submittsd to the
electors of the State of Nebraska, to be coted
upon at the general election to be held Tues
day. November 0. A. D. 19U0.
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of
the State of Nebraska^
Section 1. That at a general election for
State and Legislative officers to be held on the
Tuesday, succeeding the lirst Monday in
November, 1906. the following provision be
proposed and submitted to the electors of the
State as an amendment to the constitution.
-Section 2. There shall be a State Railway
Commission, consisting of three members, who
shall be Mrst elected at the general election in
1908. whose terms of office, except those chosen
at the tirst election under this provision, shall
be six years, and whose compensation shall be
Uxed by the Legislature.
Of the three commissioners first elected, the
one receiving the highest number of votes,
shall hold his office for six years, the next
highest four years, and the lowest two years.
The powers and dutiesjof such commission shall
imgude the regulation of rates, service and
general control of common carriers as the legis
lature may provide by law. Hut in the absence
of specific legislation, the commission shall
exercise the powers and periorm the duties
enumerated in this provision.
Section il. That at said election in the year
191'rt. on the ballot of each elector voting there
at. there shall be printed or written the words:
•For Constitution Amendment, with reference
to State Railway Commission." and Against
Constitutional Amendment. With Reference to
State Railway Commission." And if. a major
ity of a',1 votes cast at said election, shall he
for such amendment the same shall be deemed
to be adopted.
I. A. Calusha. secretary of state of the state
of Nebraska, do hereby certify that the fore
going proposed amendment to the Constitution
of the State of Nebraska is a true and correct
copy of the original enrolled and engrossed
bill, as passed by the Twenty-ninth session of
the legislature of the State of Nebraska, as
appears from said original billon tile in thif
office, and that said proposed amendment is
submitted to .the qualiUed voters of the state
of Nebraska for their adoption or rejection at
the general election to be held on Tuesday, the
6th day of November. A. D. 1906.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the great seal of the state of
Done at Lincoln this 24th day of July, in the
year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred
and Six. of the Independence of the United
States the One Hundred and Thirty-second,
and of this state the Fortieth.
Secretary of State.
And the Public!
Tie St Elmo Lively Barn
Js under a new management. Give
me a trial and if you have any
thing good to say, say it to
others; if you have
auy complaint, make it to
me. Others can’t right my
mistakes, but I can and will. Respt.,
PHONE, 4 on 9.
I have a few choice high-grade
six to ten months old;
also, some pure-bred
Poland China Boars
Headii fnr Seim/iee.
Our herd leaders are the very best,
and if you want something good, call
/>. JV. SMITH
Give Us a Trial
S nouna t ront i5arn,
J. H. MINER. Props
j Loup City, - Nebr.
Finest Livery Rigs, cnrel'ul drivers.
Headquarters ior farmers’ teams <v>m
I mercial men’s trade given especial at
tention. Your patronage solicited.
Build a Page Fence
L. N. SMITH, Agt.
from the Loup Valley lierd of
Poland China Swine,
One Mile S. E. Court House ’
Loup City, Nebr.
Ten fall boars, sired by Nemo But
ler. No. 36885, and Northern Chief
No. 38367. Twenty spring boars, sired
by Highland Boy, No. 39098: Pawnee
Wilkes, No. 36148; F’s Choice Goods,
No. 36149, and Perfection Grand, No.
33638. Perfection Grand is the great
herd boar of E. H. Andrews, Kear
ney, Neb. 1 will hold a bred brood
sow sale in the spring. Telephone
H. J. JOHANSEN, Prop. 1
A good suit for the school boy
JVIade of |rop
we nave uie next mine 10 n—
Double Reinforced Seams
Made to stand the strain. Dress
the little fellow like the little man
he is. GO TO
JOflNSOF & LORENZ
for Good Clothes.
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA
Do You Want
If so, Enquire of
W. R. Mellor
My shoo is the largest and best equipped nonliof tlie Platte Hivei
I have a four horse engine and a complete line of the latest improved, int
chiuery, also a force ot experienced men who know how to operate it and
turnout a job with neatness and dispatch.
MY PRICES ARE REASON ABLE AND PROMPT
ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
3B&B3 J4 s a aai J3 au*? a jaj aas jiotaara^aaaBSBiSBSB
E. G. Taylor, J. S. Pedler, C. C. Carlson.
President. Vice President. Cashier
W: R. Mellor, J. W. Long, S. N. Sweetland
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA.
Capital Stock, - - $25,000.00
Individual Liability, $250,000.OO
High Grade Ofgap
Manufactured Ly the
At Factory Prices
Delivered in your town.
You Pay $5 Gash
apd $| pef Week
50 Per Cent Off on Retail Prices
Ask for Catalogue and Priues of the Factor}’ Distributors,
rhe Big Piano and Organ House.
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