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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1908)
A. P. CULLEY, President. IRA E. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
' FIBS! NATIONAL BANK
of Loup e|TY.
Real Estate and all classes of loans
made promptly at lowest rates,
with optional payments.
A Few Market Quotations.
Corn, per bu. .61 @ .64
Wheat, per bu. . .82 <§ .86
Oats, per bu.42 .45
Rye, per bu . .65
Butter, per lb.15 @ .is
Eggs, per doz. .16
Hens, per lb.070
Spring chickens, per lb.000
M Short Order Boise
CONGER BROS, Props
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA
Hot Meals and Lunches at all Hours
Dray and Ice Delivery Office. Leave
orders with the cashier. aug2orf
Mrs. E. A. Brown was quite ill
For farm loans call on A. L.
The finest line of Postal Cards in
the city at .Jeffords'.
Phone A. T. Conger, 3 on 62, when
in need of a drayman.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Kittell were up
from Rockville Tuesday.
Don't forget Lee Bros, is the place
to get choicest of meats.
Boyd Burrowes at the opera house
tomorrow and Saturday nights.
I will guarantee 17c for butter fat
I test and pav cash.—A. E. Chase.
If you want to buy or soil Keal
Estate, call on John W. Long.
Mrs. .John M. Taylor and daughter
returned from their Omaha visit last
Did you say Pianos? .leffords can
save you from $50 to $200 on any
UifcUV gill v* as UUIII i HUiaua.)
at Litchfield to Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Take your butter and eggs to Con
hiser's. where you can get anything
The last few days causes one to
wonder what has becomeof last sum
Farm loans made on short notice
and at reasonable rates by A. L.
The drouth was broken in this sec
tion by a good, soaking rain Thurs
day evening last.
Visit Jeffords store and see the
many new things they are receiving
for the fall trade. .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Daddow visited
a few days with their daughter in
Howard county last week.
Do not be encouraged to try some
other flour but use Loup City floui
and patronize a home industry.
Mrs. B. W. 1‘arkhurst. with hei
children, visited at Greeley last weei
with tier sister. Mrs. Throckmorton
The L >up Citv Mercantile Co. give.'
a nice book .-date to every school ctdie
p -chasing a pair of Star Brand shoes
Last Saturday morning's wintn
hint brought out all last year over
c t* s and wraps -except those "uncle
holds in paw n.
Huy a oair of Star Brand shoes foi
y >jr child of school age and secun
the premium book slate free witl
Lot p City Mkbcantile Co.
1* is reported that Mr. and Mrs.
Tine Zimmerman will be here on an
extended visit in the near future.
Mr Zimmerman having sold lbs busi
ness interests at San Diego, Calif.
Come and see the great cooking
v. .rider at our store. See advertise
merit in ihi' paper.
JIavhi kst & Gallaw ay Hi»w. Co.
We received a pleasant call last Fri
day evening from our stalwart repub
li.-an friend. D. L. Jacoby. It doet
one good U> meet with his sort ol
Just the thing for every school boi
and girl, a nice little book slate fre*
with even pair of Star Brand shoe
purchased of the Loup City Mercan
tile Co. Call and see tiie red bool
Mr. and Mrs. Carl de la Motte o
near Hazard, left last week for ai
extended visit with friends and rela
lives in Chicago, and possibly in a
extend their trip to New York City
The Loup City Mill A: Light Cu
are iietter prepaied than ever to ex
change flour for wiieat. We stil
;I r*» Z\ IT.;.♦!»?)* * rtjH ^
flour which we exchange tor n v
wheat. We also have ail kinl- i
feed. We want your business.
Loop City Mill & Light Co.
3 on fi2, Ashley Conger, the dray
man. Get him.
Loans on real estate, call on
John W Long.
Mrs. T. M. Heed returned home
from the ranch last Friday.
‘ Swan Swanson," the Swede, at the
opera house Saturday night.
Miss Beatrice Nightingale returned
home Saturday last from Lincoln.
See those mammoth Stroughton
wagons, just received by T. M. Reed.
A baby boy was born on Monday,
Sept. 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ward.
Oakdale and Aztec coals are both
good burners. For sale by E. G.
Sheriff Williams went back to his
old home in Wisconsin last week for
The Ravenna Creamery Co. will
pay 20 cents for butter fat till further
Arthur Reed went to Omaha ves
| terday morning to witness the Ak
Flies are coming. Get your screen
doors and windows of the Leininger
i Lumber Co.
Mrs. M. R. Hiddleson of Rippey,
Iowa, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John
Ntedham of Austin.
If your spectacles are broken take
them to Jeffords. They repair them
while you wait.
Mrs. W. H. Morgan was called to
Ravenna last Saturday by the illness
of her daughter-in-law.
Have you tried that line bologna
at Lee Bros", meat market? It is
mighty good eating.
Rev. J. W. Zimmerman of Orchard
gave an interesting address at the
Presbyterian church last Sunday
Farmers should see those elegant
Stroughton wagons, a car load of
which have just been received bv
T. M. Reed.
Don’t miss the plays Friday and
Saturday nights at Pilgers ’opera
house by Boyd Rurrowesand his mer
Mrs. H. M. Walker and sister, Miss
Fowler of Arcadia, visited last week
at Peru, this state, returning home
I Friday evening.
John VT. Long is prepared to
make all Real Estate Loans on
short notice at lowest rates.
R. .1. Swanson has let the contract
for his new brick store building-.
20x60. one story, to OhlsenBros., work
to begin this week.
Biscuits baked right in three
minutes every day during exhibit,
Sept. 28 to Oct. 3 at the Hayhurst &
Gallaway Hardware Co.
A. very striking funeral occurred at
Wood River only a few days since, in
w hich by request of deceased ins six
; stalwart sons were pall-bearers.
Z o a Parker Fountain
** pen that .Jeffords sells.
Absolutely guaranteed. The best on
earth todav. See them.
Mrs. Chas. Farm of SaultSte Marie,
Mich., arrived last Saturday for an
extended visit with her daughter.
Mrs. Burt P. Mckinnie, in Washing*
j ton township.
We are giving free $1.50 worth of
ware at our store. See advertisement
in another column for particulars.—
Hayhprst & Gallaway How. Co.
A Mr. Davis, former cook for the
Burrowes tent show, has contracted
to do the cooking for the Bon Ton
restaurant, lie lias the reputation
; of being a good one.
Why buy a cat in a sack? At our
exhibit, Sept. 28 to Oct 3. we will
show you a Majestic in actual opera
Havhvkst & Gallaway IIdw.Co.
W. T. Draper, our popular plasterer,
last Saturday purchased the old Arm
strong farm of 160 acres four miles
west of tow n on Cob Creek. The con
sideration was upwards of jioooo. and
is a fine tract of land.
Judge and Mrs. -I. A. Angier expect
to leave within the next ten days for
Gentry countv. Arkansas, to spend
the winter. The judge was greatly
lienefited during his stay there, and
wishes to try the climate again.
The Little Boston store is buying
cream for I»avid Cole Creamery Co..
Omaha, paying 20 cents cash and
testing while you wait. Bring in
Mr. Alfred Anderson sustained the
loss ,.f a horse killed by lightning last
Friday evening, but lie lias his farm
property insured in that popular Ne
oraska company, the Columbia of
< hnalia. and liis loss is being adjusted
through their resident agent, Mr. Ira
K. Williams of the First National bank
Rev. A. Woody of Shasta county
alifornia. at the foot of Mt. Shasta,
here visiting his son. H. A. Woody.
Rev. Woody was formerly a resident
>f this county, liv ing on Wiggle Creek
- but left here some ten years since
1 and has tieen preaching for the Wes
’o'- r \latlinHktc in tLn Ctn + n
since. He will be here over next
t Sunday, on his return journey home,
having finished an extended visit
various stSK^s east.
Celebrated Barrington Hall
Coffee, per pound, - 35c
Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs for 25c
Ur. Price’s Food, 3 for 25c
Fgg-O-See, 3 for - - 25c
Grape Ruts, 2 for - - 25c
NewPrunes,10c lb. 3 for 25c
Apricots new,15c lb, 2 for 25c
Flour and Feed Combined:
Kearney High Patent, $1.40
Boelus Big B Flour - 1.40
Auror Cream Patent - 1.40
Loup City White Satin, 1.40
Try Our New Store.
“The Heart of Kentucky" at the
opera house tomorrow night.
.) ones, Stork and Bechthold are re
painting the E. G. Taylor residence.
Communion service at the Presby
terian church next Sunday morning.
Other services as usual.
Mrs. C. C. Cooper and Miss Marie
! Cooper went to Omaha Tuesday
morning for a few days' visit.
Pete Rowe is building a brick stor
i age vault for the Conhiser gasoline
tank in the rear of that store
For Sale—Pure Bred Poland China
boars and a few young Shorthorn
bulls. L. N. Smith.
Fred Herschlag has been in Loup
City for a number of dayson business,
lie' is doing well financially at Stan
II. M. Walker will sell at auction at
the Bound Front barn on Saturday.
Oct. 10th, three mare and two horse
colts, all yearlings and all good stock.
It will pay you to remember the date
and be on hand oo buy.
Mrs. F. M. Henry and Mrs. Getty
were called to Burwell last Saturday
by the serious condition of their
brother. W. Z. Todd, as the result oi
a recent surgical operation in the re
moval of 127 polypi tumors from his
Boyd Burrowes last week finished
his tent show season and will begin
his winter season at the opera house.
His company gives two nights' enter
tainments—tomorrow and Saturday,
at the Pilger opera house. Of course
j you are going?
Mrs. Wilber Waite entertained the
| ladies of the Entre Nous club Tues
day afternoon with one of the most
interesting, unique and suggestive
entertainments of the season. Other
ladies of the club will likely follow
later with similarly happy entertain
Tuesday morning. Walter Beed.
Louie Spahr. P. O. Reed. W. H.
Creery and Chris Johansen left for
the north on a two-fold purpose- to
enjoy a two weeks' hunting and fish
ing trip and to register at O'Neill for
I a chance in the Tripp county land
The Majestic Manufacturing Co.,
of St. Louis. Mo., will have a man at
i the Hayliurst-Galloway store ail week
I commencing Sept. 28, w ho will show
you how to bake biscuits, brown top
■ and bottom, in three minutes. Don't
j miss this chance of seeing the great
T. M. Beed has presented us with a
group picture of a bunch of some 40
! McCasky Register salesmen taken at
! Kansas City recently. The whole
push are posed as laughing immoder
ately and you can almost hear T. M.’s
most modest grin as you look at the
guffawing group. Fact.
Harold E. Hedlund from the west
part of the county, a son of A. Hed
lund. and a recent graduate in short
hand and typewriting, is now in the
employ of County Attorney Mathew.
He is a bright appearing young man
and will undoubtedly make good in
his chosen profession.
The editor has for the past few
days been enjoying pumpkin pies,
such as mother used to make, but
done to a nicety by the mother of the
editorial household and made possible
by Fred Foster unloading several
pumpkins at our door to be ex
perimented on. Thanks Fred.
A baby boy was born last Saturday
morning to Mr. and Mrs. Bid Tavlo’r
at their home in Council Bluffs, and all
the new uncles and aunts here have
the seraphic smiles only accounted
for by their new titles'. Grandma
Adamson was with her daughter and
the first to welcome the first and onlv
That car load of elegant Stroughton
wagons just received by T. M. Reed
look to us as though they would hold
treble what can 1*> putin the ordina
ry farm wagons with side boards.
With our mammoth corn crop, one of
these w agons is just what each farmer
should have to enable him to keep up
with the times.
Master Cornell Brown entertained
twelve of his little friends Monday
evening in honor of his 8th birthday
anniversary. Those present were
Raymond Outhouse. John Long, Wil
fred Budler. Russell Grow. Ashlev
Conger. Walter Reed. Earl Shrove'.
Teddy Gasteyer, Ray Creery, Earl
Daddow and Louie Anderson.
M r. Lewis Cline, so well known to
our people as one of the leading mem
bers of Boyd Burrowes' theatrical
company, and husband of Mrs. Bur
rowes' sister, died of typhoid fever at
Grand Island last Saturday, his
funeral occurring Tuesday of this
week. Mr. Cline was a very affable
gentleman, a talented actor and made
friends wherever he appeared. All
will hear o£ his death with genuine
Elder O. Hall, who has been preach
ing for our Adventist friends here for
several months, has been elected sec
retary of the young people's depart
ment of the Nebraska Conference of
Seventh Day Adventists, with head
quarters at Beatrice, to which citv he
removes with his family this week.
Elder Hall and his estimable wife
..t* c rr”a . .«c wt 4iiGuu9
during their sojourn here who will
rejoice in his caJl to higher responsi
bilities. while regrafctJng their loss
from this community. »
GET PE^DT FOP !
The Big Corn Crop!
By Buying the New
Stroughton W agon
They are the best on the market,
made out of second growth hick
ory and oak bone dry.
Call and See Them.
T. M. Reed.
The funeral of Grandma Smith oc
curred last Thursday afternoon from
the residence of her son, George VV.
Hunter, the services being conducted
by Pastor James of the Baptist
church, a goodly number paying their
last sad respects to the departed and
accompany the remains to their final
resting place in our Silent City of the
dead. Grandma Smith, whose maiden
name was Phoebe N. Fowler, was
born in Salem, Mass.. Aug. 5, 1811!
passing away Sept. 24. 1908. at the ad
vanced age of 95 years, 1 month and
19 days. In her early years, she was
married to Clias. Hunter, and to this
union were born two sons and on*
daughter, husband and daughter pre
ceding her to the spirit land, Mr
H unter’s death occuring in 1864. Shf
was married in after years to Mr. Jno
Smith, and to them were born thret
sons and two daughters. hustrand and
one son passing on before. None ol
the sons and daughters from a dis
tance were able to be present. Tin
Northwestern, with the entire com
| munity, sympathize with those whc
mourn the loss of a loving mother.
Mrs. Hans Petersen.
Last week we mentioned the sudder
death of Mrs. Petersen of Boelus
i mother of C. F. Petersen of the Louj
City Flouring Mills, which occurrec
j last week Wednesday. The saddest
thing about tier death was that it
occurred while attending the funeral
of a frfend at Cairo, when she was
siezfd with an attack of paralysis, hei
death occurring a few hours later
Mrs. Hans Petersen was born ir
Stobberup. Denmark. March 16, 1844
and came to America in 1872, and ir
November of the same year wat
married to Mr. Hans Petersen, tc
whom 6 children were born.2 of whotr
are living, 2 sons and a daughter
She lived in Chicago a few years and
later moved to Nebraska, and at the
time of her death was living at Boel us
The funeral was held last Friday at
the M. E. church in Boelus and was
largely attended by neighbors and
friends. The many friends of de
ceased in this and'Howard counties
will deeply sympathize with the be
reaved husband and children in theii
hour of sorrow.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to thank our many friend
and also the D. S. S. and Brotherhood
who assisted us during the illness and
death of our loving wife and mother.
IIans Petersen and Children.
A narrow escape from serious inju
ry and possible death occurred on oui
main business thoroughfare Tuesday
afternoon. While Baby Margaret, the
infant daughter of John W. Long,
and Baby Hazel, infant daughter ol
the editor of this paper, were crossing
the street between Conhiser's and
Chase’s drug store, and nearly across,
the reckless driver of a tw'o-seated
carriage going at a brisk trot bore
down upon the hapless little tots and
in spite of the warnings of horror
stricken witnesses, one of the horses
threw little Margaret to the ground
both right wheel passing over her form
while little Hazel just barely missed
the other horse's hoofs and' escaped
to the sidewalk. The injured little
tot was driven hurriedly home, and
upon examination by Dr. Longacre
was found not to be hurt internally,
though badly bruised over the body.
Luckily the wheels passed over the
lower part of the body instead of over
the chest, which might have proved
fatal as she is a frail little 4-year-old
and the carriage weighs fully 80<i
pounds. This should be sufficient
warning to drivers of vehicles to be
more careful in the future lest fatal
ity be the next result of such work.
The demonstration all this week at
the Hayhurst-Gallaway Hardware
store of the great Majestic stove cook
ing exhibition is a most marked suc
cess. II. S. Campbell, the demonstra
tor, has proved to the entire satis
faction of throngs of Loup City and
Sherman county ladies that the Ma
jestic is the king of cookers, and up
to last evening nine of these stoves
were sold as a result of the exhibition
the following persons being the luckv
purchasers: Mrs. Stanley Carter, Mrs.
Claus Eggers, Mrs. Llovd Blv, Conger
Bros., Mrs. E. E. Tracy, Mrs. W. T.
Gibson. Mrs. H. Dietz, Mrs. B. M.
Thompson and Mrs. S. Youngland.
The exhibition yesterday afternoon
wherein a dozen ladies stood on a
plank over a cake baked in one of the
ranges, mashing the six-layer cake to
the thinness of a single layer, after
which the cake resumed its former
shape immediately upon being re
leased from the heft of some fourteen
hundred pounds of angelic weight,
was witnessed by a large number of
people, and tlie cake afterward eaten
by the people gave ample evidence
that nothing can harm anything
cooked upon the perfect Majestic.
The demonstration lasts all this week
and crowds of people daily eat of the
dainty biscuits baked upon the same,
to which are added elegent cups oi
coffee prepared by the ladies of the
Hayhurst and Gallaway households.
You should not miss going at least
once to see the demonstration.
Mrs. Mary A. Gardner returned last
week from Shelton,where she had been
called by the serious condition of her
little grandson as a result of drinking
a quantity of lye water. She left the
htuie suuerei' somewnatnuprovea,out
tire tn-roat still in such a state as tc
make the taking of riouriihmenfc very
difficult, but the little one is thought
to be out of danger.
On Wednesday evening, September
30, 1908. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry George in this city, occurred
the marriage of their son, August
George, to Miss Theresa Dolling, the
ceremony being performed by Rev. L.
C. McEwen in the presence of the
immediate familiesand a few intimate
friends, after which a bounteous
wedding supper was served. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Dolling and has grown to
young womanhood in this community,
while the groom has resided here for
some time. Both young people have
a host of friends and will receive the
heartvcongratulations and best wishes
Baby Goodwin Dead. .
Frank Goodwin was called up from
Grand Island last Friday on account
of the serious illness of his infant
daughter. Mrs. Goodwin and baby be
ing here at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mulick. Mr..
Goodwin's mother and brother also
arrived here last evening. Later—
The little one passed away this morn
ing at 10 o’clock. The bereaved fami
ly have the heartfelt sympathy of
all in their great sorrow.
Mrs. Mary A. Gardner has a second
hand windmill for sale. See her.
Every child of school age will get a
nice red book slate and pencil free at
the Loup City Mercantile Co.’s store
on purchase of a pair of Star Brand
shoes. It is a most useful present.
i T. H. Eisner, the Gasteyer store
j and the Pratt billiard parlors have
installed new gas lighting plants that
| are like the rays of electric light and
; most satisfactory. Mr. Eisner informs
us he runs the plant each evening,
j tiie necessary three or four hours, at
a cost not exceeding ten cents for
gasoline, and that the saving in one
year over the old cost of lighting will
pay for the cost of putting in the
Jim and Ashley Conger, Frank
Foster and Ernie Milburn finished
their hunting and fishing up on the
j lakes, our boys returning Friday
night. They brought us some juicv
samples of their fishing in the shape
of a nice mess of bull heads. The
Conger boys returned by wagon, but
Mr. Foster visited a day at Ord and
bringing his wife and baby home from
there by train. Tliursda'v evening a
reception was given Mrs. Foster at
Ord by her cousins, the Misses Brush,
and a most delightful time was the
Having rented my farm for a term
of years and desiring to go into ather
business. I will offer at Public
Auction on Monday, Oct. 5. 1908. at
the farm, :i miles southwest of Ash
! ton. 2yg miles east of Schaupps and
T miles east of Loup City, commenc
ing at 10 a. m. sharp. 6 head of horses,
1 45 cattle of high grade, headed by a
registered Shorthorn bull, 130 fine
grade hogs, headed by a registered
Poland China boar, said hogs for the
most part being blooded stock for
breeding purposes, a large lot of
(splendid farm machinery, and much
household goods. There will be free
lunch at noon. Terms, 12 months
time on all sums over 810. purchaser
giving approved bankable security.
T. D. Wilsox, Owner.
Jacob Albers, I. M. Polski,
A uctioneer. Clerk.
I will sell no more gravel at the pit.
From now on. it will be delivered.
This takes effect the 1st day of Octo
ber, 1908. Bobekt Dixsdalk.
Open seven days a week. Visitors
to park have the use of croquet lawn,
quoit ground, gymnasium, giant
stride, swings, etc. Admission, lo
and 5 cents.
mmmm iw mam
J. H. Johansen’s
LOUP VAELEY HERD OF
Twelve huskv fall boars, sired by
O. K. Chief 41673.
Fifteen spring boars, sired by Oom
Paul 47365, Standard Chief 47363, Te
cumseh Look 47364. Hather’s Hadley
47414. Meddlesome 40002 and Gigantic,
out of suchsowsas WaunettaQ(93751),
Queen Louise (107188), Mollie Mav
(93478), Aurora Girl (114500) and Jen
As 1 bought four sows at sales this
year, can supply my old customers, as
well as new ones.
I also have a few bred sows due to
farrow in October that I will sell
If in need of anything in either line
you will do well by calling and look
ing over the herd. Farm 3-4th5 mile
southeast of town. Telephone con
nection. H. J. JOHANSEN, Prop.
Loup City, Sherman Co., Nebraska.
Uncle Sam Breakfast Food
The Food for health, is sold on a positive guarantte
t<ido all we claim, providing it is used continually
uuli! all is consumed: money back, if it doesn’t.. . . .
Dry Apricots, new ones per lb -
Dried Peaches, new ones per lb
Dry Raisins, new ones, per lb
Good Canned Tomatoes, can - -
9 Bars of Soap,
7 bars Diamond C Soap for
Rolled Flake Hominy, per pound,
Two boxes Grape-Nut, only
Swandown Cake Flour,
Mason Jars, half gallon, per dozen
Ask to see Swandown Cake Flour. Any little girl can
make fine cake with it. Every package guaranteed. We ask
you to trade with us, and will treat you all the same.
> SEE OUR S
Our 10-wire Seamless Tapestry Rugs. 0x12,.. $18.50
.1 ap Matting Rugs, 110x68, just the thing for Hall or Bath
room, .. $ i.oo
Crex Rugs, 32x64, never wear out, all Friuged . $ 1.50
9x12 All Wool Art Squares,.$ 7.50
9x12 Granite Art Squares,. $ 5.00
Jap Matting, 36 inches wide. .lg
We carry a larger stock of Rugs and Floor Cover
ings than ever. Closing out our entire stock of
Carpet Samples. Call and get one while they last.
Christensen & Ferdinand!
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Christensen & Ferdinandt,
Undertakers and Embalmers
Protect Year Stock
Because it’s the ideal roofing for all kinds
of farm buildings and out-houses, etc., as it keeps them
warm in winter, cool in summer,-dry in wet weather, and will not
pollute any water with which it may come in contact, leaving it avail
able for all domestic uses. You can lay it yourself, and at a cost tuipda
tglylow. Send for our book., and free sample^ \
J. P. LEININGER LUMBER COMPANY. t
~=£J. I. DEPEW^*
Blacksmith s Wagon Maker
My shop is \he largest and best equipped north ol tbe Platte Elver
I have a four horse engine and a complete line of the latest Improved, ma
chtuery, also a foroe of experienced men w bo know How to operate !t and
tnrn out a job with neatness and dispatch.
MY PRICES ARE REASONABLE AND PROMPT
ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CUSTOMERS
We are selling many gallons of
and those who use it are report the
CHICKENS AND HENS FREE FROM VERMIN
Better try it. It is also a great wood preserver. It greatlv
preserves the life of the post, if applied to the post just at or
below the ground. Sold in bulk, $1.00 per gallon.
We have just unloaded a car of good WHITE CEUAR POSTS, which
we are offering at 11c each in lots of 100 or more
KEYSTONE LU1VIBEP GO.
Loup City, Ashton, Rockville, Schaupps, and Arcadia, Neb.
E. Gr. Taylob, J. S. Pedler, C. C. Carlson.
President. Vice President Cashier
W: R. Mellor, J. W. Long, S. N.Sweetlani>
Ilf Clff STATE- Bffl
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA.
capital Stock, - - 825,000.00
Individual Liability, $250,000. OO
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