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    Loup City Northwestern
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VOLUME XXIV. • LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA. THURSDAY, APRIL 4. 1907. NUMBER 21
Professions t. Cards
A. P. CULLEY,
Attorney & Connselor-at-Law
(Office: First National Bank)
Loup City, Nebr._
ROBT.P. STARR
Attorney-at-Law,
LOUP CITY, HEBRRSKR
R. J. NIGHTINGALE
Attoj md SwtiMslff'it'Liw
LOUP CITY. NEB
AARON WALL
Lawyer
Practices in all Courts
Loup City. Neb.
R. H. MATHEW,
AliGrney-at-L&w,
And Bonded Abstractor,
Loup City, Nebraska
O. E. LONG CRE
ilGEl
Office, Over New Bank.
TELEPHONE BALL, NO. 39
A. J. KEARNS
PHYSICIAN AND BUR8E0N
Phone. 30. Office at Residence
Lnup Pity. - Nebraska
S. A. AIIj Is X.
WIST,
LOUP OITY, - - NEB.
Office j11» stairs in the new State
Hank l>ni!«1 iu«r.
W. L. MARCY.
DENTIST,
LOUP CITY. NEE-!
OF K?OK: K:ibtSkle Pr I;.-Sr tine.
Phone, 6-16
«w. a. ciiE'igy
Bonded Abst.-^ar
Loup City, - Nebraska.
0'ily aet of AbstroH In; -si:- <• -tin \
For a Drayman
Send a messenger for
J. W. Conger
He will pay the fee
Try the
F F- F- Dray
F. F. Foster, Prop.
Office: Fester’s Barber Shoj>
L. A. BANGS
The Drayman
Phone 7 on 60
Asks Your Patronage
Laurels
‘ A^aln! ;
The Paris Exposition
has in a Jo the Go's!
t.edal Award to
KENTUCKY j
* WHISKEY
& i
ForSileby i\ . . .
‘ m Si
And the PublicI
Tie St. Eli Mi Barn
Is under anew in ana g in nt. Give
me a trial and if yo , have any
thing good to say, say ii to
others; if you h ve
•s|iy complaint, make it, to
me. Others can’t ri ht niv
mistakes, but l can and will Rrspt ,
PHONE. 4 t).
T.I-.Gilbeit.Prop.
THE NORTHWESTERN
r ERJiS:—11.00 PEK TEAK. IE PAID IN ADVANCE
Entered at the Loup City PostolBoe for trans
mission through the malls as second
clans matter.
Office ’Phone, - - - 8 on 108
Residence ’Phone, - 2 on 108
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J. W. BURLEIGH. Ed. and Pub.
The decedent laws, advocated by
woman’s clubs, passed both houses
this week.
A letter from Bro. Brown to his
son says he will lie at home from his
legislative duties this evening.
A bill exempting the wages of heads
of families from garnishment to the
extent of 90 per cent lias passed both
houses.
The legislature has set the day for
adjournment at today noon, but will
probably stop the clock and last a day
or two longer.
Both houses have passed tht meas
ure for a transferable 2,090-mile mile
age book, good for any number of
persons at tlie 2-cent rate.
Ex-Lieutenant Gove E. G. Mc
Gilton of Omaha w as in the city on
business Tuesday evening, returning
home Wednesday morning.
J. A. Burgett of Pickerel, Neb.,
an expert base ball twirler. has pur
chased a hair interest in the Arcadia
Champion, the change to occur the
loth inst. We met Mr. Burgett on
the train last Friday and were favor
ably impressed with the young man
and believe Arcadia base ball fans
and the readers of the Champion have
secured a good man for both places
and w ish success to all concerned.
In all probabilities the legislature
will adjourn the latter part of the
w eek. The talking machines of those
august bodies have about run down
and the winding combination is said
to be lost. The worst one of the
bunch, the empty Cone of Saurders,
is said to have lost the pawer of
speech on all lines of objection, and
the house takes advantage, of the
happiness by hurriedly going thro’
the calendar, for fear of his early re
covery. while the senate is said to
have muzzled Joe Burns, the pretty
boy McKesson and a few other of the
incessant talking machines and are
with the house in the rapid transit
to the close.
The last of the lyceum bureau en
tertainments of the season, given last
Thursday evening at the opera house,
under the auspices of the M. E.
church, was one of the very best of
the lecture course. The resxlings
given by Miss Phoebe Mae Roberts
were of an exceptionally choice variety
and given in the most artistic manner,
causing repeated recalls after each
number. The baritone work of Mr.
Charles E. Clarke was superb and very
finished, and while the excellence was
unquestioned, our people have been
spoiled for work along his line by the
very superb baritone solos we hear
from our own Bert McKinnie, who
excels, to our way of thinking or at
the very least is equally as good as
Mr. Clarke. But the other part of
the feast of good things at this enter
tainment was the finished work of
Mr. Ralph E. Plumer, the pianist, an
exceedingly young man to be so emi
nent in his profession, whom every
musician present granted was the
finest they ever heard, outside of such
artists as Paderewski. Mr. Plumer
has studied in Germany under the
finest teachers and w ill go across the
big pond this fall again to f urther his
musical education, which to our un
trained ears seems impossible to be
bettered. All in all the entertain
ment was even vastly more than could
have been expected.
Olio Dollar Cheaper.
During the one week of April 22 to
27. inclusive, the Lincoln Daily News
will accept $2 from mail subscribers
tur a whole year to May 1. 1908. The
regular price is one dollar more than
that i his cut price is good only dur
ing this Bargain week, and all you
have to do is to mail your $2 to The
Daily News, Lincoln. Neb. during that
time and you will receive the paper
until May 1. 1908.
The News does not receive any free
railroad tickets, and has cut off sev
eral traveling solicitors. Instead of
! paying out railroad fare, hotel bills
| and other expenses, these savings will
i he given to our sulscrihers direct by
I this big bargain offer. More.things are
j being done this year for the people in
. Nebraska than ever before. The new
j deal seems to suit everybody who has
j not had some sort of a pull.’ TlteLin
coln News keeps in the midst of the
tight and wants every man who be
lieves in a square deal on its list.
At $2 for a whole year there is not
a family in the state that cannot
j atlord a daily paper. The News has
, the reputation of printing tie truth
and printing it plainly, no matter
where it hits. Its the liveliest, snap
pi st newspaper proposition in Nebras
ka and ir jou became a subscriber at
this eh-ap ra e. you will stay with it
tor a long time to come. Remember
tie. bargain w ek—April 22to 27. The
price will be fcf after that wesk.
Rockville Items.
Rockville, March 28.—Mr. King
of Lincoln, an old friend of Mr. C. II.
Wineteer, whom lie had not seen for
nineteen years, visited him Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Reasland and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wineteer and Mr. and
Mrs. Gregg visited John Heirs Sunday.
Ed. Gray is shellir corn this week.
A way-up ball game was played at
Rockville last Sunday between Austin
and Rockville, score' 22 to 1 in favor
of Rockville. Hurrah for Rockville.
They invite Austin to come again.
Mrs. I. Yanseoyand daughter Ethel
spent Sunday at Mr. Vandegrift's.
Mrs. Sparks and daughter from
St. Paul are visiting her son. Leonard
and wife here.
| A gentleman from Ravenna and
Dan Bussliousen purchased the Davis
1 property, this week.
Rockville young people attended
literary at Rose Valley last Thursday
night, reporting a tine program, it
being the last one for this spring.
Fred Jack had the misforutne to
get one of his fingers hurt while play
ing ball.
Mrs. Studebaker has moved back to
Nebraska again. She says she thinks
Colorado is allright, but Nebraska is
best. See where she is right.
Report ot Rockville Schools
for the month ending March 2ft. WOT:
ROOM i.
i. ii. in and iv grades.
Number of pupils enrolled. 51.
Average membership. 48.
Average daily attendance. 42.
Cases of tardiness, lt>.
Pupils neither absent nor tardy:
Edna Ohlund, Beata Hanisch, George
Woten. Ernest Anderson, Evelyn
Neilson. Alma Schmidt, Mae Paulsen.
Andy Dwehus. Emma Burman. Irl
Plant. Herbert Koch. Arthur Jensen.
Lillie Bartunek. Alton Woten. Clora
Plant. Ida H. Brss. Teacher.
ROOM II.
Number of pupils enrolled. 22.
Average membership. 21.
Average daily attendance. IT
Cases of tardiness. 20.
Pupils neither alisent nor tardy:
Harry Fletcher. Elida Lund. Edith
Burman. Carl Jensen.
Marie Coulter, Teacher.
B. Plymouth Rock eggs from the
famous E. B. Thompson strains. *1.<N)
per fifteen. Mrs. E. C. Dyer.
19 Loup City, Neb.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
T H E
First National Bank
OF LOUP CITY
CHARTER NO. 7277, INCORPORATED
At Loup City in the State of Nebraska, at
the close of business. March 22nd. 1907.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.$160,818 24
Overdrafts secured and unsecured 8.028 u3
U. S. bonds to secure circulation. 7.non 00
Bonds, securities, etc. 663 51
Banking house,furniture, fixtures, 10.955 si
Due from approved reserve agents. 36.627 -i
Checks and other cash items. 7.b 'S ;P
Notes of other National hanks . 40h uO
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents. 42 95
Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: —
Specie.$" 537 10
j Legal tender notes. 1.500 00— 10.037 10
I Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer
(5 per cent of circulation). 3-70 00
Total..2242 821 06
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in.125,000.00
Surplus fund.. 3.000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid. 3.898 53
National Bank notes outstanding. 7,uo0 00
Due to State Banks and Bankers. 763 85
Individual deposits subject to
check. 153 777 33
Demand certificates of deposit_ 19,381 65
Total.*212 821 56
State of Nebraska,!. _
County of Sherman, i
1, W. F. Mason. Cashier of the aiiove
named Bank, (lo solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledgeand belief
W. F. Mason. Cashier.
CORRECT--ATTE8T:
A. P. CtJLLEY. Director.
M. L. CULLEY. Director.
C. A. Mason, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to itefore me this
28th day of March. 1907.
M. H. Mead,
(seal.) Notary Public.
My commission expires February 2, 1913.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd day of
April. 1907. limil Cords and William Graefe
filed with the village clerk of Loup City. Ne
braska. their petition for the issuance of a
license to sell malt, spirituous aud vinous
liquors within said village, during the fiscal
year next ensuing, from and after Tuesday.
May 7th 1907.
Oojectious to the issuance of such license
must be Hied with the village clerk on or before
the 6th day of May, 1907.
Dated April 3rd. 1907.
W. J. Fisher, village Clerk.
(Last pub. Apr. 18)
NOTICE OF DRUGGIST’S PERMIT.
Vo'ice IS hereby given that. Odendahl Broth
er-, a <■< -partnership coo:pcweri of the follow
ing named persons, to-wit: IV. G Odendahl
and Viola E. Odendahl, a widow, doing busi
ness as druggists in the village of Loup City,
'ebraska. under the firm name and style of
Odendahl Brothers, have filed their petition
and application for a license to sell mait. spir
ituous and vinous liquors ai their place of
business in said village, for medicinal, me
chanical and chemical purposes only, for the
fiscal year beginning the first Tuesday in Mav.
1907, at mon. and ending me first Tuesday in
May. 1908 at noon. Any objection, protest ov
remonstrance to said application must be filed
on or before noon of ihe 1st day of May, 1907
Uated this 3rd day of A pri I. 191?.
W. G. and Viola E. Ope'Dahl.
Attest: W. J. Fl.'HEK. Village Clerk,
i Last pub. Apr. 18 )
“Economy”
Pumping
' Engine
Safe, quiet, easy
to stare aud run.
■stive Pewtr
Evi A Eft.
Finn. — G-soline, :
Coal or Wood j
H Write, UNHID STATFS SUPPLY €3.
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ROAD NOTICE.
(Stanzyk Road)
The commissioner appointed to view and
toe v a rood commencing at southeast corner
stoke of the southeast quarter of Section
twenty-seven (27i. Town sixteen (16). Range
fourteen f 14) and running thence south one
mile between Sections thirty-four (34) and
th;riv-tive (35) same town and range and ter
m: witting at southeast corner of southeast
qi ii ter of Section thirty-four (34), Town six
t n ,!!)). Range fourteen tl4> on townshfp line
h reported in favor of the establishment
the oof. and ail objections and claims for dam
a-', s must be filed in the office of the county
c! rk on or before May 17. 1907. or said road
wii; be established without reference thereto.
Dated March sth. 1907.
C. F. BecsHaus*k, County Clerk.
[Last pub April J8 j
. ROAD NOTICE.
(de la Motte Road.)
The commissioner appointed to view and
locate a road commencing at a point between
tht northwest quarter of Section fifteen [IS],
Tii ’n thirteen [13|. Range fifteen 113] and
sc invest quartt-i* of Section ten [ 10J. same
I tow i and range, in Hazard township where the
rc-1 now ends and terminates and running
tht ,'e cast between the southeast quarter'd
Section tea flOj. and northeu-t quarter of
i s. n fifteen [I5|. between Sections eleven
[lii and fourteen 111] and Sections twelve [121
! ami thirteen Khali in Hazard township and
j terminating a; the southeast corner of Section
t *!ve (12' anti northeast corner of Section
[thirteen 113) has reported in favor of the
i c- abiishment thereof and all claim* for dam
a and objections thereto must be died in
the office of the county clerk Oh or before noon
of May 20. 1907. or said road will be established
w i'hout reference thereto.
Dated this kith day of March. 1907.
C. F. Becshacsen, County Clerk
Last pub. April IS.
ROAI) NOTICE.
(Else Road.)
The commissioner appointed to view add
io a'e a road commencing at the quarter stake
ot. ibe south line of Section twenty-seven (27),
T nship thirteen (13:, Range sixteen il6>. in
■ su. county (on road No. 208) and running
i tin one north two miles on the half section line
; through Sections twentv-seveo i27i aud twen
! tystwo (22) in said town and range and ter
n lating at the quarter stake on the north
li- .«* of sit’d Section twenty-two (22). Town thir
tt n 113 . Range sixteen iJ6)at road No. 214.
In reported in favor of the establishment
tin -eof. and 11 c!> tins for rtamuges and objec
t -.s th» veto must he died in tbe office of the
ci ■. clerk no or before noon May 18. im»T. or
sc road will be established without reference
tl • eto.
, Dated March 9 1907.
C. K iltt siucsis. County Clerk
(Last pub. April 18 (_
ROAI> N<)TICE.
(Lewamimvski Road No. 2.)
i’lie commissioners appointed to view and
’ loi ' te a road commencing at the corner stake
o:- Township lin*1* between .Section two (2). and
t * ii. ‘lownship tit teen (15). Range fourteen
tl and running thence south one mile on
| > lire beiwcen said Section* two (2) aud
thr ee (3 &nd terminating at th^ section corner
o me south line of said Section two (2) and
t • • 3 Township fifteen (15). Range four
th ) , l-i . lias reported in favor of the establish*
meat thereof, and all remonatrauce and claims
for damages must be filed iif the office oi the
county clerk on or before M%y 17. 1907. or said
ro.- d will be established without reference
thereto. *
Dated this 8th day of March. 1907.
C. F. Beushausen. County Clerk.
[Last pub. Aprtl 18.]
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
sealed bids will be received at the office of
t county cli rk of Sherman county. Nebras
k . at Loup City in said county, on or before
n n of the hth day of June, 1907. for the bund
le : complete, of a granary and corn crib on
man County's Poor Farm as follows:
' I cBsiOB* of granary. 10x32 feet; corn crib
| 1":: ..’ ft., with 10ft driveway between, build
'due to be 9 ft high on side-; foundation stone
or -ment blocks .3 feet apart; sills 6x0: joists
; 2;: >6 inches apart: studding 2x4, 16 inches
a rt. rafter.- 2x4, well braced: roof to be
. - .; Ie. one third pitch: all floors to be shlplap.
]C -nary to be boarded up with drop siding
a i crib with * inch cribbing: two doors on
i :.i end with hangers complete: granary to be
p titiont-J into three bins of equal size also
, o d .. r leading to outside: ends of building
; t boarded np to gable peak: building to be
1 ■ .. e i two coats.
••p;t:tv ard reserves the right to reject
at: and all bids.
;ted ai Loup City. Nebraska March 7. 19(47.
C. F. BrusdAUsSN County Clerk
[Last p:tb. April 18. [
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BRIDGE NOTICE.
Sealed bids, with plans and specifications,
will be received at the office of the county clerk
of Sherman county. Nebraska, at Loup Cits',
in said county, on or before noon of the 8th day
of June. UK/7, for the building of all the bridges
that may be required to be constructed by
said county during the term of *ne year from
the letting of the contract. For the con
struction 01 sa d bridges such bids to be by the
lineal foot, and contract to be let for the I
building of such bridges as may be required at
a specified sum per lineal foot: plans, specifi
cations and bids to be made on wood bridges,
on low water bridges and on high water
bridges Plans for low water bridges to be
prepared to suit quick and heavy currents, to
! be 16 to 24 feet long, and the high water
bridges to be spans 24 to JO feet long, with
suitable approaches: all bridges to be set on
good long oak piling and span timbers to be
full length of span. Bids also to be filed for
replacing spans in Loup river bridges in
said county that may require replacing during
the term of one year. All bids must l>e accom
panied by a certified check for rio.OO payable
to clerk of Sherman county The county l»oard
reserves tbe#right to reject am and all bids,
i Dated at LcmpCity. Nebraska. March 7. !9f‘7.
C. F HefsaAi • n County Clerk
; [Last pub. April 18.]
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^Piano
$250
Paid ior this Piano
Both
the Same
Piano
Why?
$250 for a $159 Piano
You cari jearn all about tins, and
howto save money in buying pianos 9
by writing to the 1
Piano Buyers' Guide g
316 Karoach Block. - Omaha, Neb. K
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Hound Front Barn, j
J. H. MINER. Props
Loup City, - Nebr.
Finest i.iv.' rv Rigs, careful drivers, j
Headquarters inrfarmers' teams < r>ni
mercial men’s trade givfen e>j ,-ecial at
ie- tion. Yot.r patro age solicited.
Mill I III ■■■■!■■■■ I.I I I Ilf —H
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Loup Gity, Nebraska,
LUMBER
Posts, Shingles, Lime and Cement
Hard and Soft Coal Always on Hand,
j Agents for Sherwin-Williams Prepared Pain's
! 1 I. DEPEW#*
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3 Blacksmith 9 Wagon Maker 1
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My shoo is the largest and beat equipped north of the Platte liiver £•
I have a four horse engine and a complete line ol the latest Improved, mn
chincry. also a force of experienced men who know how to operate it and *;
• I" torn out a jo'o with neatness and dispatch. p>
MY PRICES ARE REASONABLE AND PROMPT |
3 ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CUSTOMERS
» ass 311113111111 miiisra asaaisssiasEs::--??: •?&,: isass*'
High Grade Orgap
Manufactured by the
i Kill flu I
• At Factory Prices
Delivered in your town.
Tou Pay $5 Gash
apd $1 Per Week
30 Per Cent Off on Retail Prices
Ask for Catalogue and Prices of the Factory Distributors,
Omalia, 33"elD.
The Big Piano and Organ House.
phope, 2 op 103
E. G. Taylor, J. S. Pedler, C. C. Carlson.
President. Vice President. Cashier
-directors
W: R. Mellor, J. W. Long,- S. N. Sweetland
up cin sira BANK
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA.
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Capital Stock, - - $26,000.00
Individual Liability, $260,000.00
Get More Earsrs.
Paint the inside of your hen house with
<‘ARBOLINEUM. It is a sure lice and
mite exterminator. For sale by
KEYSTONE LUMBER CO.
Loup City, Ashton, Rockville and Schaupps
mm, im md jms
BOUGHT AT THE
,B. 8l Rl. ELEVATORS
MCALPINE, LOUP CITY. SCHAUPP SIDING,
ASHTON AND FARWELL.
Coal for Sale at Loop City aaiUsla. Wilt Bap
HOGS AT SCHAUPP SIDING AND FARWELL
Call and dee oar coal and get prices on grain.
E. G. TAYLOR*