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Many people plan their whole lives to
have a bank account and then leave this
w..r-:d without s-> much as a startut one.
Platming isn’t worth anything unless
followed by action.
1*0 > 1 intetiona never land you any*
Make your plans to start an account
• ith us this week and back up your plans
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CU f. Ma»r*. prest 3. B. Outhouse. Yice-prcs
L. hanser. Cashier
kl-l-P THEM OUT
If Mon don't let them get vn
VO I Won't have to drive them out
I «** i'Ssupply YOU with screen doors,
and windows, our prices are right.
KEYSTONE LUMBER COMPANY
* HE NORTHWESTERN
In Effect After Jan. 1st. 1912
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< sestetii is el..»« a year «
( single t o|»» reals A
* test.-r for li.icfceOt. tio to
Lee Bra*.* Beat market.
far Sale Mare and tl.ree colts, see j
Ja>. Johar -en f -r ;>ar»cuiar».
J. '.v l> irser Frspeetfnlltr solicits i
Uanted 1 >i-l)«asiier and chamber
maid at lie Miiburu Hotel.
Iliifi.t ,.r.-r» for young beeves at
U< Brother*’ market.
tiuud t .rantng iii-l pressing, satis- ’
faiiifl guamn:«*ed In J. A’. I horsey. I
If you nan: g • i fresh fruit go to !
tire Ike Tun < afe.
Bai l fill t hear Mw> Theresa
H»gl t a: ■ i.e M E. church Tuesday
Bring in jour spritie chickens to j
Lee Brother* and trt tlie pod prices
\ .stm }*eop + remember the preach- i
me *er« * --> > .ndsy Aueust 11 at.
3 p m.
Fancy prs-e* «n: he paid by Lee
tlroLl*** t *r > une cattle. Call and
Mr« II M Ma’Lea » fit to St. .
am S l- :s n a business trip
Try tax J. L llaeoud dray iine.
Hr »U e«‘c jou food service. l*bone '
* on 11
Grant s* i< »ney made a business !
trip ?>• i*s a..a as' Thursday, return
Ine a cc»u;.»e «f day* later.
Law Itr t eta a ill ei v* you the
> .• ■st ar*. t ;»r. for your sprine
Mr and Mr* Grrtilierand <iauet>ter
• It M ohi a ruinu for Columbus.
• unit _'* f,-r *aie. a* eood a* new.
a »<• pr :-e». a. the Second Hand
Mr aod Mr* kettle and Wm. Schu
E in nr aa. sqt the Loup City peo
; - who visited Ashton last Friday.
B ’trv musi*-r a ith a ringer at
t u -d. . u sren at the Sweetiand
*t ev Cad and see them.
'••*■» Iran IreW m »ent to Irodee. I
\« b . a*x Friday for a fea data' visit
a itii her wn.
Yi a i-ad better tail your bins with
tour soppy of soft rml for a inter
une. Come and **e our coal.
M s* Lil.leLufh 1m and Mins Mamie
*. ian*« K-rt Monday moraine for a
m nth * inn with Min* Lofholm's
»:*wr. Mrs. Mar*ei Younequest. and
•amliy. near Watertown. S. I».
If jou want a dray, phone A. L. En
-ertee. * an S3, or *ave your order
with either lumber yard or E. G.
aylme. Bent of nervier guaranteed.
C. R. Saeet.and has received a coo
stenment of electric washine rna
c nurne. He has one cm demonstra
tion at s a eeSiand's store. Yoo should
go is and see it work.
" e pay cash for eggs delivered at
Kaverina Creamery Co.
Chris Kauman and wife went to
( oiumbus. Neb.. Monday morning.
c round bone fore chicken feed at
Let* Bros.’ meat market.
I p-to-dat* goods at right prices at
"chwaner’s Jewelry store.
<• E. Lundy went to North Platte
on a business trip yesterday morning.
Vou can save money bv buying your
furnishings at Lorentz's store.
Last week A. O. Lee purchased the
pop factory of Chas, Masin of Ord,
taking charge of same Thursday.
Murt*. the best for the money,
made in Nebraska for Nebraska
people, at Lorentz.
Win. Cria and Van L. W'escott of
L up City registered at the Windsor,
in Lincoln, last Friday.
Three kinds of flour and all kinds
of feed at Reynolds' Flour and Feed
kiectric fans have been received and
are on sale by C. It. Sweetland. Call
and secure one before they are gone.
Have you bought your tickets for
the Chautauqua yet? The North
western has a few left to dispose of.
Remember we buy what you do not
want and sell you what you do want,
at the Second Hand store.
Press Kell went to Palisade. Neb.,
last Thursday morning, to look after
the harvest on his half section farm
The county board met Tuesday as a
heard of Equalization and continued
on Wednesday with general routine
We are paying 2.5 cents cash for
ream delivered at the creamery. We
test and pay cash for cream.
Ravenna C reamery Co.
Miss Lucile Krazim was here last
week for a short visit with her sister.
Mrs. Gun Loreutz. going to Crete Fri
day morning for a short visit.
W. R. Meiior came up from Lincoln
last Friday night, driving over from
Ravenna, returning to the capital
Mrs. Lawrence Costello arrived last
Saturday from Grand Island for a
week's visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Mulick.
Miss Fearle Needham returned last
wt-ek Wednesday evening from her
vacation and at once resumed her
place in the treasurer's office.
Mrs. T. J. Hale returned home to
Ogden, l uh. las*. Saturday morning,
as mentioned in last week's North
western, and was accompanied by her
niece. Miss Frances Hansel.
Tti* most ignorant class of people
are those who know just enough to
make them highheaded but are not
educated enough to know that tiiey
don't know much.
Mi" KG,el Sickles returned last
Saturday from her visit at Bridge
water, Iowa, accompanied by her
aunt. Mrs. Herrick, who will visit l.er
many relatives here.
L. G Gross, one of the good Ger
man farmers of Bristol township, was
| doing business at Loud City last Sat
| urday and took occasion to add his
' name to our goodly list of readers.
Judge Wall had a call to Broken
Bow Monday and that evening went
to Sargent, where an auto was to
meet him and take him to the cap
ital ot Custer county. The case on
which be was called was one of statu
tory rape. We did not learn who the
parties to U»e case were.
Have your suits cleaned and press
ed before next Sunday by J. W. Dor
We have some gasoline stoves and
a good ice chest for sale cheap.
Second Hand Store.
A Suit will wear twice as long and
look much neater if you have J. W.
Dorsey clean and press them.
J. L. Ilagood, successor to Stroud
will do your hauling promptly
and satisfactorily. Phone 8 on 15.
The Industrial Society of the Pres
byterian church meets with Mrs. H.
M. Eisner next week Wedn sday after
It pays to spray your work horses,
and milch cows with Zenoleum Fly
Skoot. For sale by Swanson & Lof
A. B. Chapman and family, who
have been visiting here with Mrs.
Chapman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
A. Pratt, for a few days, returned
home Tuesday morning.
Geo. Holmes was up from Bristol
last Saturday on business and greet
ing old friends. Bro. Holmes visits are
almost as infrequent as the proverb
ial angel, these days.
The Electric Light Company has
most of the houses already wired con
nected and using lights. The com
pany hopes to have the street lighte
in action by Harvest Festival time.
Miss Melva Danielson left Monday
morning for an extended visit to
Fremont, Omaha and other points,
and to return to Fremont in time for
her duties in the Fremont schools.
Rev. J. C. Tourtellot and family
arrived home last Wednesday from
their vacation in Iowa, going the trip
by auto. They report a most enjoy
able month's absence.
It is the recognized right of women
and should be her pride to appear
beautiful. Her loveliness is greatly
enhanced by her luxuriant hair—Her
Crown of Glory. Everything for the
hair at The Rexall Store.
Vaughn & Hinman.
Miss Grace Porter from Zanesville,
Ohio, arrived Monday evening of this
week for a visit with the family of A.
L. Zimmerman, on her way to points
in Colorado. The young lady is a
second cousin of Mrs. Zimmerman.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Fulliton of
Austin left Tuesday morning for
several weeks’ visit with their daugh
ter. Mrs. Hester Heath, at Nordan.
Keva Paha, county, Nebraska. This
time they will go by covered keers in
stead of by wagon as on previous
Was not Sampson of old helpless,
and his downfall accomplished, when
shorn of his locks? Man, use Raxall
93 Hair Tonic and Roxall 93 Sham
poo Paste. The Rexell Store. See
our window, “For the hair.”
Vaughn & Hinman.
Ed Forsyth and wife of Council
Bluffs, Iowa, who have been here a
few days visiting at the home of M.
C. Mulick, left for the Bluffs Tuesday
morning. Mr. Forsyth, we under
stand, used to be a conductor on thd
U. P. branch out of Loup City.
Mrs. Cash Conger and children came
up from Dannebrog last Saturday and
visited here till Monday noon with
relatives and friends. Mrs. Conger s
father, Mr. Baldwin of Grand Island
accompanied her on her visit. Master
Ashley and Miss Bessie Conger ac
companied their aunt home for a few
Mrs. Glen A. Steven last week en
joyed a visit from her sister. Miss
Ruth Walsh, and Miss Pearl Hollings
worth, both of Shelton. Last Sun
day, Miss Leona Tourton and Miss
Jennie and Mr. Chas. Benson motored
over from Litchtield for the day's
visit, Miss Walsh returning to Litch
field with them, while Miss Hollings
worth remained for a longer visit.
TINE is the most important part
of a man's duty.
Buy your watch.from a man who
can prove to you that the watch is a
perfect time keeper. Our Chronom
eter is in view day and night. It will
keep time better than 30 seconds in 1
year's running. All repaired watches
are regulated by seconds. Try us.
a-8 IIexry M. Elsnkr.
Mr. Jason Gilbert arrived from the
Old Soldiers’ Home at Marshalltown,
Iowa, last Saturday for a visit with
relatives and friends. Comrade Gil
bert has been in feeble health the
past year or more, five months of
which he spent in the hospital. He
is much better at present, though
his age and army experience pre
cludes his ever gaining anywhere near
A complaint was filed with County
Judge Smith on Monday by Jesse
Fletcher against Paul Gilmore for
running his auto after night without
lights as required by law. The
parties all live near Austin. Fletcher
alleges he was driving along the road
with his team, when the auto scorched
rapidly past him, and that he traced
the car to its destination. The com
plaint names on or about the 2nd
instant as the date of the alleged im
pairment of the law in such cases
made and provided.
Quite a number have asked the
Northwestern editor whether Jen
ner's Park would be among the free
attractions of the Harvest Festival.
At this writing we have not seen Mr.
J enner, who is a member of the
Harvest Festival committee on ar
rangements, but we have no hesitancy
in hoping that the committee will in
clude the Park in the Ust of free at
tractions, it they have not already
made the arrangements to do so. In
’ this we are in line with the wish of
j many with whom we have talked,
j What say the committee?
Wheat. & 78
Corn.75 & 80
Oats. & 35
Cattle.. 3 50 to 4 50
Ho«s . 7 35
Ebbs . 13
Go to Reynolds for your meat for
Nice young meat for threshers at
Lee’s meat market.
Get your home baked bread at Reed's
Variety Store. Always fresh.
Don’t look for big ad and big bills
but a big saving to you at Lorentz.
Threshers can secure choicest of
young meat at Lee Brothers’ meat
Begining Aug. 9th. you can get fresh
home baked bread at Reed’s Variety
store. Mrs. DeWitt.
Home smoked hams at Lee s for one
Mr*. Geo. Keeler went to Big Creek.
Cherry county, last Saturday to visit
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Della
Miss Pearl Keeler entertains her
Sunday school class this afternoon.
Albert Treon, H. H. nehnke and
quite a large number of other Rock
ville people were in attendance on the
funeral of Mrs. Currier yesterday.
A few more fly nets and horse
covers left on hand, will sell them at
15 per cent discount, also a few lap
robes will go at the same rate, at
Bartunek’s harness shop.
Some mills cut prices and offer new
wheat flour to their trade as soon as
it is threshed. We prefer to hold old
wheat on hand and have our mer
chants sell old wheat flour until the
new wheat is in condition to grind.
This is one reason our flour trade is
increasing about 100 per cent each
year. You better buy a few sacks of
old wheat flour and keep the house
wife happy. Special prices on 500
Loup City Mill and Light Co.
Highest market price for poultry
at S. F. Reynolds'.
A number of autos from Litchfield
filled with boosters were in Loup City
fora short time yesterday afternoon
on their way to Ravenna, boosting
for the Woodmen Picnic and Business
Men's Carnival, which is slated for
Litchfield August 14-15-16—next week
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Out of deference to tl»e sorrow which
has entered the home and the funeral
of Mrs. Currier, the boys staid only a
few moments and left quietly with
out giving us any music from their
band which accompanied them. They
were a lot of jolly fellows and those
who go over from Loup City or from
anywhere else, will be treated the
best in the world.
If you are having, or have had. some
trouble with your phone line, don't
howl, because the company is engaged
in placing the lines in certain por
tions of the city in cables and under
ground. They are running cables
from the central office north some
three blocks and two blocks north are
to have cables underground running
east and west quite a distance. Do
ing this work and thus eliminating
much of the overhead-wire nuisance,
will cause more or less disarrange
ment of the lines for possibly several
weeks before they get the new sys
tem perfected. With this change
there will be comparatively few over
head wires, the cables holding some
400 and over of the talk-talky things.
We call attention to the above so you
may not cuss long, loud and deep, if
you can't think through your
telephones whenever the spirit moves
you. However, the company is en
gaged in a good work and when it is
finished the pleasure will be yours.
The company also intend putting in
new and up-to-date switchboards and
make the system just what it should
be—better than the best.
Notice to Creditors
fhSraan Co™1? | “• The sute •* Nebraska
In the County Court wttbin and tor Sherman
County, Nehr.. July SOth. 1012.
In the matter of the estate ot Peter Boil de
To the creditors ot said estate.
You are hereby notified, that I will sit at the
Couaty Court room in Lonp City. In said
county on the 3rd day of February. 1913. at 10
o'clock a. m , to receive and examine all
claims against said estate, with a view to their
adjustment and allowance
The time limited tor the presentation of
claims against said estate It the 3rd day of
February A. D. 1913. aed the time limited for
the payment of debts is on«* year from said
SOth day ot July. 1912.
Witness my hand and seal of said County
Court this SOth day of July, 1912.
seal) E. A. Smith
Last publication Aug 29th
Order of Hearing
In the County Court of Sherman County, Ne
In the matter of the estate of Adalade Moritx,
New on this 5th day of August, 1911 upon
reading the petition of Phillip Moriu. adminis
trator. filed ob the fifth day of August. 1912.
tor Allowance ot hla final account and decree
of distribution and possession of residue, it is
ordored that the 20th day of August. 1912. at
9 o'clock, p m.. be assigned for hearing said
petition, when all persons Interested in isid
matter may appear as said County Court and
show cause why the prayer of said petition
should not be granted, and that notice ot the
pendency of said petition and the hearing
thereon be given to all persons interested m
said estate by publishing n copy of this order
3 weeks successively, in the Loup City North -
western n weekly newspaper published In said
county prior to said day of hearing.
E. A. Smith
[seal] County Judge
Last pub. Ausgust 22
Read Vacation Notice,
To fill whom it may cencern: The
commissioner appointed to vacate
that part of road No. 48 In Loup City
township which crosses section No.
13. T. 14, R. 14, has reported in favor
ot the vacation thereof, and all objec
tions thereto or claims for damages
must be Sled la the county clerk's
office on or before noon, September
20th. 1912, or such road will be va
cated without reference thereto.
Dated at LoupCity, July20th, 1912.
[seal] W. C. Deiteeichs
Last pub. A iif. 8,
lOOlbs bestgr'd sugar 6 25 j
lOOlbs Chicken grit 00
2 cans Tomatoes 25
2 cans peas 25 1
1 doz good lemons 3‘1
2 box grape nut 25
2 Cream Wheat 25
3 Post Toasties 2 >
3 Egg-O-See 25
6 bars flake white soap 25
10 bars polo soap 25
50 gal coal oil and good
steel tank $8 50
Do not be swindled, as we
can always save you money
jVIep’s Suits, $6.50 to $J5.
Boys Suits * $5.
Ladies’ Suits $8.50 to $18.50
Mens Pants at, Special Price
Boys Pants Straight Bottom
PRICE only 25c
Try Us for Shoes. Our Shoes wear well,
ft well, look well. That’s what you wapt.
Notice to Threshers
We have on hand a full supply of
threshing coal, both nut and lump.
Also have car Nigger head pea coal
in transit. Ourcoal is right and our
prices are right. Call and see us.
In the District Court of Sherman
T. Henry Eisner,
Griffin, wife of Clement
C. Griffin, first and true
name unknown. Mary L. j
Griffin. Kay Burdette |
Griffin. Mrs. Ray B. Grif
fin, wife of Ray B. Grif
fin, dtceased. Mrs. Ray j
B. Griffin. Simeon B. j Notice to
Griffin. Sadie A. V. Grif- | Non - Resi
tin, Ethel Ray Griffin. dentDefen
Sarali A. V. Griffin, the j dants.
unknown heirs, legatees
and devisees of Ray B.
Griffin, deceased, the un
known heirs, legatees
and devisees sf Clement
C. Griffin, deceased.
Will take notice, that the plaintiff.
T. Henry Eisner, on the 16th day or
July. A. D. 1912, tiled his petition in
the" District Court in and for Sher
man County. Nebraska, the object j
and prayer of which are for a decree
that the defendants and each and all
of them be required to set out, wliat
if any. interest they or either of them
have, or claim to have in or to lot
number live (5) in block number
eighteen (18) in the original tow n. now ;
city, of Loup City, Sherman County. J
Nebraska, according to the recorded I
plat thereof of record in the office of i
the county cierk of said county. That I
said defendants and each and all of:
them be decreed to have no interest
in. or to. said real estate or any part!
thereof: that the cloud orclouldscast
upon the title of this plaintiff to said
real estate, caused by the claims or
pretended claims of the several de
fendants named, be removed, can
celled and dispelled, and that the
title and possession of the plaintiff in
and to said real estate be forever
quieted and confirmed and for decree
quieting title and possession of plain
tiff. his heirs and assigns, in and to
said real estate against the claims
and demands of said defendants and
each and all of them and that said
defendants, and each and every one
of them, their heirs and assigns, or
any person or persons claiming, by.
through or under them, be perpetu
ally enjoined and estopped from ever
having, or claiming to have any right,
title, interest, estate or demand in
and to said premises, or any part there
of. adverse to the title and possession
of plaintiff, his heirs and aslgns. and
for such other and further relief as
the court may deem just and equit
You are further notified that you
are required to answer this petition
on or before the 26th day of August.
1912, or the allegations of said peti
tion will be tasen as true and decree
entered as prayed.
T. Henry Elsner.
By Robert P. Starr.
Last pub Aug. 8'
Call for Bids on Township Lino
Bridge 1-2 Milo North of
Sealed bids will be received until 1
o'clock p. m.. August 10th, 1912. at
the office of the county clerk in Sner
man county. Nebraska, for the con
struction of one steel bridge across
Oak Creek, located about one-half (la)
mile north of Schaupps on the Town
ship line between Ashton and Loup
Citv townships at the site of the old
Bids will be received for the above
bridge as follows: -viz
One (1) eighteen ^18) foot steel bridge
with steel piling as per plans and spec
ifications oq tile at the county clerk's
Bids will be opened publicly at the
county clerk's office in Loup City.
Nebraska, at 2 o'clock p. m. August
The Townships of Ashton and Loup
City reserve the right to reject anv
and all bids.
A. J. Johnson,
Twp. Clerk, Loup CityTwp.
What You Gain
by being a regular depositor with the Loup
City State Bank:
Your funds are kept in absolute security.
Payment by check provides indisputable re
receipts in the form of returned can
. celed checks. Payment by check saves
many a long trip; saves trouble of mak>
ing change and taking receipts.
Being a depositor with us, acquaints us with
eaeh other and lays the foundation for
accommodation, when you want to piece
out your resources with a loan.
Every courtesy and facility is rendered the
small as well as the large depositor. Don’t
wait until you can begin with a large deposit
LOUP CITY STATE BANK
Capital and,Surplus, $47,500.00
J,S. Pedler, President C. C. Carlsen, Cashier
John W. Long. Vice President. w. J, Root, Assistant Cashier.
Heat Is All On the
Bottom of the Iron
And the ironing surface
on an “American”
Electric Iron is always
clean and beautifully pol
ished. Just the thing for all the
household ironing. Do your
ironing—even on the hottest
day—in cool comfort, in half the
time and at much lower cost
C. R. Sweetland
BEFORE GOING ANYWHERE
CALL BURLINGTON DEPOT
For one way rates, round trip summer excursion rates,
Homeseekers rates, time of trains, best connections for all
points. Will be pleased to have you cs 11, phone or write
for any Information desired. Don't forget our freight trains
spll making good time. When interested call for rates to
and from all points.
J. A. Danielson Ticket Agent
L. W. Wakely. ^
General PassingerAgent, Omaha, Neb
The Northwestern has on hand a
number of season tickets for the com
ing Chautauqua. Call and secure the
number you want, and have that part
of the matter-over with
A load of cobs wanted at the resi
dence of the editor right away, and
don't care if we get two or more loads.
Coin of the realm given in exchange.
Hurry with them, someone.
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