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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1914)
Your Future Prosperity j
Being a matter of considerable
importance isn’t there every rea
son in the world why you should
look into and thoroughly investi
gate any method that will help
you accumulate faster?
Especially when the method
doesn’t cost you anything to use
it. Look into Our Bank account
Plan—the habit of using it is
easy to acquire, and when you
have used it long enough to
realize its advantages you would
' not think of handling your finan
ces under your present method.
Loop City State Bank ]
Loip City, Nebraska. jj
GOOD LOOKS and ENDURING QUALITY
THESE ARE THE THINGS THAT
MAKE DREW SHOES FAMOUS
We have them in Brown, Tan and Black,
Velours, Nu Buck, Gun Metal, Patent and
Vici Kid at. Prices from $2.50 to $5.00.
COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU.
I E. E YOUNGQUIST, Prop.
When Looking For a Square Meal Go To
THE IDEAL RESTAURANT
also for a Good Lunch
We also carry a Full Line of Bread and Pastry Goods
and also sends Bread by parcel post.
South Side Public Square.
Wm. Dolling, Proprietor
■ j't ' *
The Keystone Lumber Co.
Has a very complete liae of window
screens and deer screens which are
right hath in qnility and price. Gome
and see them
KEYSTONE LUMBER COMPANY
JUNE BULLETON OF EXCURSION l
TO THE PACIFIC COAST:
General excursion rate of $60 daily.
• YELLOWSTONE PARK
Feneral excursion rate $32.00 to the entrance, and from $82.00 (
to $100. ail-expense tours, diverse routes, etc. Inquiry about Wylie !
Permanent camp tours and conducted tours from Cody.
ROCKY MOUNTAINS «
• . T, excursion rates to Denver, Eates Park, Glacier Nation- !
al Park, salt Lake City, with diverse route mountain tours.
THE BLACK HILLS
‘ Dally tourist rates to Hot Springs, Dead wood and Lead. This '
• beautiful region is attracting a greatly increased patronage every •
THE BIG HORN REGION
. ^ Tourist rates to Sheridan. Ranchester, Tliermopolis and Codv,
' EASTERN TOURS
i Attractive excursion fares commencing June 1st. They cover ■
• direct, also circuit routes. Secure Eastern rate leaflet.
“Low ***** *" *** Pacific Coast,” “Yellow
■*«oe Park,” “Estes Park,” “California excursions,” “Low Rates
Fast,” “Big Horn Ranch Resort*,” “The Black Hills,” “Colorado
U tali A and book.” Ask us for such publications as you wish and !
let us help you plan your tour.
J. A. Danielsen, Agent
LWTWHXIEY, Gesersl Passenger Agent *
1004 Farnum St. Omaha, Nebr j
Entered at the Loup City Postofflce for transmission through the mails as second clans
Off ice* Phone. Red 21 Residence, - Black 21
J. W. BURLEIGH.Editor and Pub. J. R. GARDINER Mana*«r
So far, two candidates for the republican nomi
nation for governor have filed—Ross P. Hammond,
editor of the Fremont Tribune, and Senator J. H.
Kemp of Fullerton. So far as the Northwestern is
concerned, it can heartily support either of these
gentlemen, whichever may succeed in securing the
prize. Editor Hammond we have been acquainted
with for over 15 years, both personally and as editor
of the Tribune, which paper has been a welcome vis
itor to our exchange table during that time, and we
may be pardoned if we have the most earnest desire
to see him receive the nomination and subsequent
election, knowing as we do his eminent fitness for the
office. Senator Kemp, we know only by reputation as
one of the ablest men in the state, who was president
pro tem of the last senate and who has served two
terms as state senator from his district, and been a
leader in the party in the state, but from what we
know of him are well satisfied that he like Ross Ham
mond is splendidly equipped for the office of chief exe
cutive of the state.
Roosevelt is said to be suffering from an affection
of the larynx, as a direct result of the hardships he
endured in his recent trip to South America, which
had been overtaxed in presidential campaigns, and
which will effectually prevent him from taking part
as an orator in the political campaigns in the United
States this fall and compel him to exercise the great
est care for some months to come, is the report com
ing from London, where the ex-president is at present
Gee, what would Bryan do were he afflicted the same
way? Mirabile visu.
Will Maupin in his Midwest Magazine says: “Ab
salom, the first baby-kissing, handshaking politician,
wore long hair. It caught in the forks of a tree and
he hung there until he died. Nebraska ought to com
pel all politicians to wear long hair and then pay a
premium for the propagation of forked trees.” Why
has Maupin got it in for Edgar Howard so badly?
Ex-Gov. Shallenberger has filed for the demo
mocratic nomination, for congress in the Fifth district.
There are already six republicans filed for the nomi
nation, while with Shallenberger about the same num
ber have filed for the democratic nomination.
The republicans and progressive have fused in
Franklin county on a county ticket.
Claims committee reported that
they had allowed all claims with the
exception of deductions made for de
linquent taxes which report was on
motion accepted and County Clerk or
dered to draw warrants in the re
D. C. Dennistoo, Deputy as
sessor Logan $88 90
Adam Radke, Deputy assess
or Oak Creek 69 50
John De la Motte Deputy as
sessor Hazard 90 25
W. T. Chase, Deputy assessor
Loup City village 126 00
John Maiefski .deputy assessor
Rockville 124 50
Klopp & Barlett Co , supplies
County Superintendent 15 33
Ginn & Co., supplies, County
Superintendent 16 08
J. J. Else, deputy assessor Scott 53 50
F. M. Henry, County Treasurer
office expense 14 63
Hammond, Stephens Co, sup
plies, County Supt. 23 95
State Journal Co., tax lists etc 60 25
Dr. J. W. Jones, health officer 18 00
Mat Janulewicz, labor 5 00
W. T. Owens, office rent and
clerk hire 26 50
L. A. Williams, sheriff, salary 100 00
L. H. Currier, County Super
intendent, office expenses 23 90
C. W. Burt, deputy assessor
Clay 61 80
Klopp & Bartlett Co., supplies
County Supt. 1 82
Klopp & Bartlett Co., supplies
County Supterintendent 10 00
J. W. Burleigh, notices etc 27 75
Chas. Bass Clerk District
Court Rein salary etc 72 65
L. B. Polski, County Clerk of
fice expense 15 95
L. B. Polski, salary 137 50
Wenzel Rewolinski, supervisor 26 40
Hiyo Aden, supervisor 28 20
Fritz Bichel, moving fence 25 00
Henry Obermiller’ moving
fence 25 00
Thos. Jensen, supervisor 27 40
J. H. Welty. supervisor 36 00
Dan McDonald, supervisor 25 60
W» 0.(Brown, supervisor 24 40
H. W. Lang, supervisor 27 60
Mat Janulewicz, appraiser 3 10
John Stanczyk, appraiser 3 10
John Oltmann, appraiser 3 10
} W. T. Gibson, appraiser 2 50
S. E. Thrasher, appraiser 2 50
W. S. Woznick, appraiser all tax 2 50
W. T. Gibson, appraiser 3 30
S. E. Thrasher, appraiser 3 30
IV. S. Woznick, appraiser all tax 3 3o
Felix Makowski, chainman 7 00
Mat Janulewicz, chainman 20 00
D. Winkleman, chainman 11 00
E. B. Corning, Co. Surveyor 83 85
Mat Ignowski. appraiser 5 20
John Stanczyk, appraiser 5 20
John Oltmann. appraiser 5 20
Hivo Aden, supervisor 5 00
C. A. Patchin, bridge repairs 3 85
W. O. Brown, supervisor 5 50
Board on motion adjourned sine
die. L. B. Polski, County Clerk.
Board of Equalization met this
morntne with all members present: J
H. Welty. chairman: Wenzel Rewo
linski, Thomas Jensen, W. O. Brown.
Dan McDonall, Howard Lang, Hiye
Aden, W. T. Owens Co. Assessor, L.
B. Polski Co. Clerk'
Viola E. Odendahl appeared before
the Board and showed that her hotel
building was assessed to high. After
due consideration and investigation
tne Board found the facts as stated
and on motion duly made seconded
and carried, lowered the valuation on
the hotel building 25 per cent.
Adjourned for dinner.
Met after dinner all niembers pre
Mary John appeared before the
board and showed that her Ej of El
of 24-15-16 is assessed out of propor
tion with other land of similar quali
ty in that vicinity and asked that
her valuation be reduced to corre
spond with lands of like value. The
Board after due consideration reduc
ed the assessed valuation on the
above tract $224.
Valuation on the nwi of 17-13-15 be
longing to May Erazim on motion re
Valuation the Tnei of 20-13-15 be
longing to John Ernst on motion re
Tax protests of John Strom, Mary
Treffer. Carl Treffer, John Ernst, C.
Krehmke, C. W. Fletcher, M. A.
Alexander and F. A. Dunker were on
motion disallowed County assessor on
motion was ordered to deduct $400
| Just Received From New York
jj A Beautiful line of Ladies’Embroidered Voile Dresses and House
i Dresses We are going to sell them at a remarkably low price.
Remember we carry the largest and most up-to-date Dry Goods
! in Loup City and our Groceries are the best money can buy.
I Try a sack of Gooch’s Flour and your flour troubles will by over.
i It makes beautiful white bread every time. Took first prize at
ii the Lincoln State Fair 5 years in succession. Every sack guaran
| Vic Swanso i
| The House of Quality and Low Prices
from the assessment of Lorenz Bros,
On motion the Board made the fol
lowing reduction in valuation on the
following described land.
Jerry Shettler nwi of 29-15-16 $1600 00
D. W. Titers swi 29-15-16 1600 00
Mary Julkawskiswiof 33-16-13, 500 00
W. S. Waite n 100 ft of lot 1, block
18 original town of Loup City, *25
per cent deducted from the valuation
On motion Board adjourned till 9
a. m. tomorrow
June 10, 1914.
Board met this morning with all
Board on motion lowered the valua
tion on ni and sei of sei of 2-15-14 An
ton Sobiesczyk $1200.
Board on motion deducted $7250
from the improvements on lots 13 and
and 14 block 3 original town of Loup
City owned by Thos. Paddow.
Board on motion deducted $660
from the valuation on sei of 31-14-13
owned by John Stram.
Board on motion deducted $2391.75
from the personal assessessment of I
Sherman County Telephone Co. which
they showed had been listed erroni
On motion Board adjourned till 5
Met at 5 p. m. with all members
present. Discussion. Adjourned till
9 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Board met this morning with all
Board on motion deducted 21 acres
from assessment of John Warneke
tract part ni of nei of nei 13-15-15.
On motion adjourned for dinner.
Met after dinner with all members
Board now proceeded to equalize the
livestock. Horses were on motion
left as brought in by the assessors
with the expection of Hazard which
was raised 30 per cent and Bristol
which was lowered 20 per cent.
Mules and cattle were left as
brought in by the assessor.
Board on motion reduced the valua
tion on part of ei of nei of 13-13-16
On motion Board adjournod to one
o'clock p. m. July 6th 14.
L. B. Polski,
Insure your growing crops against
DO IT NOW, tomorrow may be too
late. We represent only the best
companies, see us for rates.
FIRST TRUST CO.
If you want a dray, phone A. L. En
derlee, Biaek 63. or leave your order
with either lumber yard or E. G.
Taylor. Best of service guaranteed
To Breeders —My two imported
stallions will be at McLaughlin's
barn in Loup City on Monday. Tues
day, Friday and Saturday of each
week, and on Wednesdays and Thurs
days at my home place.
James W. Johnson.
COAL! COAL! OAL!
We have just received a new supply
of Colorado coal, liave both Lumpand
Nut in the Pinnacle.
We also have some Sheridan Lump
and Nut on hand. Lump at $7.00,
Nut at $6.50. Taylor’s Elevator.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice is hereby given that, by vir
tue of an order of sale to me directed
from the District Court of Sbefrman
county, Nebraska, upon an excution
rendered in said court on the 21st day
of October 1913, wherein Rena Mellor
was plaictiff, and Charles E. Mellor
were defendants; 1 have levied upon
the following described real estate,
towit: Lots No. 1-2 and 3 in Block No.
34 in J. Wood’s Smiths addition to
the original town. Now City of
Loup City, Sherman County, Nebr
aska west of the 6th principal meri
dian, situated in said Sherman county
and State of Nebraska, and I will on
the «th day of J uly, 1914, at 2 o’clock
p. m., of said day, at the court house,
in Loup City, Sherman county. Ne
braska, offer for sale and sell said
above described real estate at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash to satisfy the several amounts
of $700. and costs taxed at $17.85 with
interest at 7 per cent from the 6th
day of July, 1914, and costs of the
above action, and accruing costs,
which amount was adjudged to be ,
due to the plaintiff above named 1
from the defendants Charles E. Mel
lor above named, and to be a lien up- .
on the above described premises. - '
Dated at Loup City, Nebraska, this
2nd day of June 1914. .
L. A. Williams. I
Sheriff of Sherman county, Nebr
R. P. Starr, Plaintiff's Attorney. 1
Last pub july 2
I 320 acres fine smooth table land in Custer
County Nebr, all good black loam with clay sub
soil, 200 arces in cultivation, balance pasture !
and hay, new barn, double crib and granary,
! chicken house, hog house, good well and wind
mill, some other buildings and a good road to •
! Price $50 per acre, $2000 or $3000 cash, i
balance on easy terms at 6 per cent Interest.
FIRST TRUST COMPANY, Loup City, Nebr..
m J m m *—• * * •* - - * ^ ■ • a a—a m m t_a m m k «■
; LAP ROBES
i anti Fly Xets. I have a fine ;
i * .
line on hand at right prices.
[ Harness made to order ;
Pure Manila stacker rope at 17c 3
! . per pound \
; James Bartunek ;
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IYOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND |
THE MOVING PICTURE SHOW |
At the New Opera House
| Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday I
I Matinee every Saturday afternoon |
1 Change every night and nothing but the best of p
| pictures will be shown here. Everybody is cordially §|
g invited to attend. jge
I THOMAS DADDOW I
Low Summer To Colorado, California, Yellow
Tmirict Faroe stone National Park- North Pa- (
lUlimi iflIQ cific Coast Points. .
In effect daily until September 30,1914
Vacation time is here. The question “Where shall I go this '
summer'- must be decided now. Let us assist you in form- J
ing your plans by suggesting a number of pleasant and rest- i
ful trips that may be made within the limits of your vaca- J
tion period. Mountains, sea-shore, camping, fiishing—any i
diversion that will take you away from your cares for J
awhile and bring you back with renewed energy- to take i
up your duties; J
Union Pacific ,
STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST
will tell you of a score of pleasant trips, if you will signify (j
that you desire to take a vacation that is different than any j
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We will also tell you more about the reduced round- J
trip Summer Tourist Fares, routes, stop-oves privileges, side I
trips and give you other interesting information j
that will be of assistance to you. Apply to (
G. W- COLLI PRIEST, Agent (j
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