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Loup Citv. Neb.
H J. NIGHTINGALE
LOUl* GITY. NEB
B. H. MATHEW.
A«1 .t nJed Attractor.
L*»'ip City. Nebraska
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Loup City - Nebraska
A. S. MAIN
HUM aad SURGEON
Loup City. Nebr.
Give a: Baaidrnre.
ROBERT P. STARR
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n\£ i Gftvc at Round Front IJarn.
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Pay »h»n Cared
etfcer or oti>er f«
«ral »»r«»F~t*e wed. CURE
GUaRi.N . tSKD to iaat LIFE
Ti- '.. ixja.uu* Free.
without an operation.
Pay when Cured.
The Labor of Baking
•* Mi*t tiu»* rnlucMl if rou use the
rijrM i;nd of Flour, and If tl«e ques
t b “What is ll* Flour?'' was
j i *<» tut* air.or.jr the taken and
1 • t *-;-r in tills (art of the
r otr the unanimous reply would
V w >uid tote for it If you were
l -d to it. Isn't it worth giving a
Loup Mjf Liiis
cuts —ai.ao r «k teas, if paid in adtakci
Enured nt the Loup I'ltv PoKtofflre for tran«
■Hanlon ibrouAh ibr mnllk an aeeood
Office Phone. - 6 on 21
Residence, - - 3 on 21
4. \V. Bl'KI.KKJH. Kd. and Pub
Mot tgage Statistics:
We are indebted to County Clerk
. IMeterichs for the following figures
on mortgage* in this county: Hur
ting tlie >ear lsln there were tiled
! 2*»» farm mortgage*, amounting to
96n.tUii.07, while the same number.
280. were released, though the sum
total of dollars in the releases
amounted to only about half filed,
I or 9306.599.99. Town mortgages filed
I in the same year numbered only 55
* and amounted to 94S.679.95, while 47
were released, amounting to only
about half as much, or 928.059.00.
Chattel mortgages tiled were 1,002,
amounting to 9316,207.31, and here
again showed the releases to even
less ratio than real estate mortgages,
there being 289. amounting to only
9193.HM.36. Total number of mort
gages of all kinds filed were 1,337,
amounting to 9991.923,33: while the
total mortgages of all kinds released
were 516. amounting to 9527,848.35.
To sum up. there were 921 more
mortgages filed than released, while
I the sum total of those tiled in cold
figures amounted to 9454,074.68 over
I those released. A good thing to
1 study over.
The Kearney Hub says the question
of capital removal has passed the
joking stage But it has not passed
the jolting stage.
>enator Volp has introduced a bill j
in the legislature to increase the pav
■ of senators and representatives from i
i wo to 9K*in* it goes without saying
that the solons will not dare to pass j
j it into law, no matter how good an i
idea it may be- that is. if they want
i to return another session.
If someone does not introduce a
bill for a pardoning board, taking
the peaky job off the chief executive, i
and if the legislature does not pass;
such a righteous measure iDstanter.
then it will have lost an opportunity
of doing one of the best things that
it could do the present session
Representative Waite lias shown
especially good judgment in that he
has only introduced one bill so far
in the legislative session. Most of
the fellows who are sent there get
the supreme idea into their noodles
that the more bills they can intro
duce. whether they are worth a
second thought or not, the greater
legislators they are.
Some people seem to think that |
sobriety is the only virtue. It is true '
that sobriety is a great virtue, and i
that it lead" to many other virtues. '
But there are others We have known
drinking men who were upright,
honorable, warm hearted and gener
ous. And we have known total ab
stainers who were stingy, quarrel
some. small-souled and generally un
lovable. It takes more than one
good quality to make a man. - Aurora
(’^apportionment bills continue to
appear at intervals in the legislature.
The newest is by Matru of Madison,
a democrat, and he proposes sweep
ing changes. Of especial interest to
Sherman county is the taking of
Shermin out of the 16th senatorial
district with Butfalo and putting it
w ith Custer to form the 26th district.
Like the otiier apportionment bills,
it leaves -Sherman county a represen
tative district by itself, only chang
ing its number from ->7tli to 68th.
A bill was last week introduced in
the legislature by a Buffalo represen
tative having for its object the re
moval of the capitol from Lincoln,
and to some point west of the ‘.*7tli
meridian, and for the question to be
submitted to the voters this coming
fall. Then if the tiling carried, the
question of where to come up later.
Representative Waite is one of the
sponsors of the hill. That's right,
Wilbur: get the blamed tiling on
wheels and |afM] jt, jn yle best, town
on earth—good old Loup City.
At Loup City, Nebraska. Wednes
day. Feb. 1-1. 1911. O. S. Fross, Presi
dent. L. N. Sniitii, Secretary. The
program is as follows:
IB®#—" Profits From a Few Cows,"
i'rof. John Itower. Lincoln.
l:J»y Are We Raising the Most
Profitable Horse?” Mr. W. F. Kydd,
2JO— Discussion by members of the
2:45—"The Value of the Silo in Feed
ing Barn Animals," Prof. Bower.
sEraiiATE women’s session:
(M. E. Church Basement)
1-JO—“Sew Methods of Cooking Fruit
and Vegetables." Miss Nellie Max
well, Neenah. Wis.
Illustrated by a Cooking Demon
"JO—Overture.Mrs. R. P. Starr
“Home Nursing." Miss Maxwell.
Duet—L. N. Smith, A. J. Johnson.
“Fruit for the Home,” Mr. Kydd.
“Opportunities For Nebraska Boys,”
Along R. R. No. 2.
Will Hawk and Adolph Recten
maver tilled their ice houses last
Andy Gray and family last Satur
day were quarantined for small pox
by Dr. Jones. Carrier and family a
few years ago had just such an ex
perience as this.
Stewart McFadden was seen haul
ing a load to market Monday.
Oliver tirodock had his gasoline
engine over at Gunn's the past week,
to pump water for Mr. Gunn's fat
Casteel Bros, finished picking their
Oiilsen Bros, are building E. G.
Taylor's new engine house this week.
Car) Squires has been suffering with
S. I*. Nielson and family are among
the grippe sufferers this week.
Edgar Foster is driving Route 1.
.loe Smalley is home again after
several weeks at Omaha, learning the
The corn shelters were at V. T.
Porter Currey is now a patron on
Route No. 4 out of Litchfield.
Miss Maggie McFadden's school is
closed until the small pox scare is
over in that district.
A. D. Peters expects to have a sale
in a short time.
Mrs Gordon Snyder came home
from her visit in the eastern part of
Miss Nora Henderson is again at
her school duties after a spell of the
A bill to raise the rural carriers’
pay $100 a year, lias passed the House
of Representatives at Washington,
and is expected to pass the Senate.
This will be quite a help to the
carriers over the country, and when
the parcels post is once established
the rural carriers will receive a good
German Evangelical Church
Next Sunday. Feb. 5th. there will
be services at Ashton at 10:.t0 a. m.
Feb. 4th. lesson in German at Ashton
church at 10 a. m.
P. Jueling, Pastor.
I will sell at public auction, seven
and one half miles northwest of Loup
City, one-half mile north of Baillie
school house, NE4 Section 29, on
Wednesday. Feb. 15th, commencing
at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, 11 head of
horses, lo head of cattle. « dozen
thoroughbred Plymouth Rock chick
ens. dozen Black Langshans and
Brown Leghorns. 14 head of hogs,
farm machinery, household goods, etc.
500 bushels of shelled corn. 15 bushels
of seed corn. Free lunch at noon.
Terms—All sums of $10 and under,
cash: over that amount, a credit of
9 months, with approved security, at
10 per cent interest.
J. B. FORD. Ow-ner.
Hale & l’ageler. Auctioneers.
L. Hansen. Clerk.
Five miles west and one and one
half miles south of Loup City: one
mile east and a mile and a half south
of Cleora church, on what is known
as the old Geo. Zimmerman place in
Webster township. Section 20-15-15on
Friday, Feb. loth, commencing at
10 o’clock, sharp: 17 head of horses
and colts, 23 head of cattle, 0 dozen
chickens, two stands of bees and sis
new hives, farm machinery, house
hold goods, etc. Free lunch at noon.
Terms- Sums of $10 and under,
cash: over that amount, a credit of
nine months, with approved security,
bearing 10 per cent interest.
J. G. PAGELER, Owner.
Hale & Pageler, Auctioneers.
C. C. Carlsen. Clerk.
AVe want your good wheat and do
not sell before you get our prices.
We also want corn and oats and are
paying more than it will net to ship
to any terminal market. Your busi
i ness is appreciated.
Loci’ City Mill & Light Co.
Nolice io Building Contractors
I You will please take notice that sealed bids
will be received by the County Clerk of
Sherman county, at his office in the court
house in Loup City. Nebraska, any time prior
! and including the hour or 12 o'clock noon, on
the 21st day of February A. l>. 1911. for the
proposed construction of a brick or cement
addition to the Sherman county court house,
the dimensions lor said addition to be I«x3tfft
aud 12 inch wall. 2 inch air space, and two
stories high Plans and specifications are on
file in the office of the aforesaid County Clerk
| of said county, and subject to examination by
i bidders. The County Hoard reserves the*
right to reject any and all bids.
Dated this 17th day of January. 1911.
W. C. Dikt> kk’Hs. County Clerk.
(Last pub Feb. Ill)
; Order or Hearing and Notice or Probate
1 In the County Court of Sheruian County. Ne
State of Nebraska. )
County of Sherman l
To the heirs and next of kin and to all per
‘ sons interested in the estate of Slanislaw
On reading the petition of Jozafia Lubas
praying that the Instrument tiled in this court
on the 17th day of January. 1911. and purport
ins to be the last will arid testament of the
said deceased, may be proved and allowed,
and recorded as the last will and testament
of ‘Stanislaw Lubas deceased: that said in
strument be admitted to probate, and the ad
ministration of said estate be granted to
some competent and auitabie person, as
executor It is hereby ordered that you. and
all ‘persons interested in said matter, may
and do. appear at the county court to be held
in and for said county, on the 15th day of
February, A. D 1911. at 2 o'clock p. in.. to
show cause, if any there be. why the prayer of
the petitioner should not be granted. and that
notice of the pendency of said petition and that
the bearing thereof be viven to all persons
interested in said matter by publishing a copy
of this order in the Loup City Northwestern,
a weekly newspaper printed in said county,
for three successive weeks prior to said day
; of hearing.
Witness mv hand and the seal of said county
court, this isth day of January. 1911
(seal.) E. A. Smi H. County Judge
(Last pub. Feb 2
In tne District Court of 9herman County. Ne
In the matter of the Estate of Michael S,
This cause touting on to be heard on the pe
tition of Mary F. Ta;Te, guardian of Clinton J
Gilbert F and Malcolm S. minor sons, and
Francis VV. and Edna K . minor daughters, of
Michaels. Tafte. deceased, praying for a li
cense to sell an undivided interest, to-wit: An
undivided two thirds interest in and to all of
Hlock fourteen till in the Village of Litchfield.
It Is. therefore by me ordered that all per
sons interested in said estate appear before
me at chambers „t Kearney. Neb. on the 17th
day of February. 1911. at ni o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause why a license should not
be granted to said guardian to sell the above
described real estate.
It is ordered that this order shall lie pub
lished for three weeks before the heariug in
the Loup City Northwestern
Dated this 19th day of January, 1911
Bltrso O H.'STSTt.KR.
Judge of the District Court.
(Last pub. Feb. 9)
I In the County Court of Sherman County. Ne
In the matter of the estate of Louis Pierson,
Notice of hearing on petition of administratrix
for allowance of her final aceouut and for
Stale of Nebraska i
Sherman County \
To all persons interested in the estate of
Louis Pierson, deceased:
You are hereby notified that on the 24th day
of January. 1811. Johanna Pierson, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Louis Pierson, de
ceased. filed in said court her final account as
said administratrix, together with her peti
tion for the allowance of the same and for
her discharge and that said final account and
petition for discharge will be heard on the
20th day of February. 1911. at the hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the
county court room in Loup City, in said coun
ty; and you are hereby cited to appear at the
time and place above named and show cause,
if anv such exists, why said final account
should not be allotted, and said administratrix
discharged. It is hereby ordered that said
administrairix give notice to all persons in
terested in said estate by causing a copy of
this order to be published in The Loup City
Northwestern, a newspaper publisned and of
general circulation in said county, for three
successive weeks prior to the date set for said
Dated this 24th day of January. 1911.
(SEAL.] K. A Smith. County Judge.
(Last pub. Feb. 9)
Notice is hereby triven that by virtue of an
order of sale to me directed from the District
Court of Sherman count*. Nebraska, upon a
decree of foreclosure rendered in said coutl
on the 20th day of September. 1910. wherein
Louis Rein was plain till anti William C.
Newman and others were defend ints; I have
levied upon the following described real
estate, to-wit: The south half of the north
, west quarter of Section 35. in Township IS
- north Karnre 13. west of the 6th principal
1 meridian, situated in said Sherman county
ami State of Nebraska, and I will on the JOth
day of February. 1911. at 2 o'clock p. m. of said
day. at the south door of the court house, in
Loup City. Sherman county. Nebraska, offer
for sale and sell said above described real
estate at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash to satisfy lhe amount of *33 16 with 1
interest at 7 per cent from ihe 20th day of
September. 1910. and costs of the above action,
and accruing costa, wlflch amount was ad
judged to be due to the plaintiff above named
from the defendants. William C. Newman,
et al. above named, and to be a hen upon the
above described premises.
Dated at Loup City. Nebraska this 17th day
of January. 1911. L A Williams.
Sheriff of Sherman countv. Nebraska.
Rorkkt P. Stark. Attorney.
(Last pub. Feb.' 16)
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Coal Oil, per gal. 10c
I gallon Corn Syrup. 35e
1 gallon Rock Candy Syrup. 50e
4 cans Swift’s Cleanser. 25c
6 cans Oil Sardines. 25e
3 cans Mustard Sardines. 25c
1 can Imported Sardines. 15c
12 cans medium red Alaska Salmon.... 25c
II can best Blood Red Flat. 25c
11 can No. 1 Cove Oysters. 9c
12 cans No. 2 Cove Oysters. 25c
6 cans Baby Pet Milk. 25c
2 cans Sliced Beef.25c
[ 1 3-lb can Pears. 15c
3 pkgs Mone Such Mince Meat. 25c
11 pkg Corn Starch. 5c
1 lb Bulk Gloss St: rch. 4c
1 lb Dried Peas. 6c
3 lbs Fancy Mexican Rice.25c
5 lbs Choice Jap Rice. 25c
1 31b can Hominy.10c
3 cans Choice Corn. 25c
2 cans Fancy Tomatoes. 25c
1 31b can Pumpkin.10c
1 31b can Kraut.10c
10 lbs Wheat Graham.35c
14 lb Rye and Wheat Graham.80c
1 lb Home Cured Lard. 15c
100 lbs Oyster Shells. 90c
l gallon Heavy Harvester Oil. 1.40
Quart Harnes-- Oil. 25c
New York Ring Dried Apples. 12 l-2c
1 pkg Currants. 12 l-2c
Fancy Apricots p *r lb. 18c
2 lbs Choice Dried Peaches.. 25c
Fancy Dried Raspberries per lb. 35c
1 lb 4-Crown Raisins. 7c
1 lb Seedless Bleached Raisins. loc
3 pkgs Kellogg Corn Flakes.
3 pkgs Post Toasties.
3 pkgs Egg o-See.
2 pkgs Shredded Wheat.
2 pk. s Grape Nut.
2 pkgs Ceeam of Wheat.
2 pkgs Imported Macaroni.
3 pkgs Noodles.
1 lb Pearl Barley.
4 lbs Best Hand Picked Navy Beans..
3 lbs Lima Beans.
1 lb Flaked Hominy.
THEBE ABE'CASH PRICEB
Loup City Mercantile Company
Notice is hereby tfiven that by virtue of an
order of sale to me directed from the District
Court of Sherman county. Nebraska, upon a
decree of foreclosure rendered in said court on
the *J9iti day of November. 1910. wherein The
Keystone Lumber Company was plaintiff, and
Stella Werner, widow of Frederick Werner,
deceased, insane: Charles Werner. Tony Wer
ner. Clara Werner and Amelia Werner minor
heirs of Frederick Werner, deceased. Mike
Kiimek. administrator of the estate of Fred
erick Werner. deceased: Frank Pokorski.
guardian of the estates of said minors: Joseph
S. Pedler and CarlC. Carlsen were defendants:
I have levied upon the following described real
estate, to-wit: The northwest quarter of sec
tion thirteen (13> in township fifteen tin) north
of ratine fourteen (14) west of the «th P. M.. in
Sherman county. Nebraska, an3 I will, on the
-1st day of February. 1911. at two o'clock p m .
of said day. at the south door of the court
house, in Loup City. Sherman county. Nebras
ka. offer for sale and sell said above described
real estate at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash to satisfy the amounts of ftUMu
and $119.10 and $rtl.«n, due the cross petitioner
Joaeph S. Pedler. and the amount of $5fii 35
due the plaintiff, with interest at ten per cent
from the 59th day of November. 1910. and costs
of the above action, taxed at $49 70. and accru
ing costs, which amount was adjudged to be
due to the plaintiff above nanud from the de
fendants above named, and to be a lieu upon
the above described premises.
Dated at Loup City. Nebraska this l**th day
of January. 1911. L. A \Villi*m«.
Sheriff of Sherman county Net r iska.
R. J. Nk.HTINi.ai.k. Attorney f.»r Pontiff.
(Last pub. Feb Irt)
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