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tract between publisher and subscriber.
As announced by a dispatch in Sat
urday afternoon’s daily papers of the
state there is a movement among the
republican papers of Nebraska to in
duce the republican voters on pri
mary day to show their actual choice
by writing the name of Hughes on
the ballot, placing a cross after it, and
thus showing the real sentiment of
the state. Editor Rosewater, of the
Bee, has become especially interested
and active in the furtherance of the
plan, and several scores of republican
papers in Nebraska have agreed to
make a campaign along that line. The
Independent’s readers will remember
that this was this paper’s suggestion
immediately after the supreme justice
saw fit to withdraw his name from the
printed Nebraska primary ballots and
that it has been. That was the logical
thing for Justice Hughes to do. He
could not well afford, by his consent,
to appear even a receptive candidate.
He may even see it for the best to
make his declarations still stronger
before the convention day is here. It
all should make no difference. No
man in the country is large enough to
decline a nomination if it has once
been made. No man will attempt to
decline it. Even for vice-president
Mr. Roosevelt was once nominated di
rectly against his wish, and stormed
up and down the convention hall when
the republicans drafted him for the
vice-presidency. But he accepted. And
it was well, for the party, at the time
that it resorted to the drafting pro
cess. Thousands of Nebraska repub
licans feel, with thousands and hun
dreds of thousands of other republi
cans in every state in the union, that
Mr. Hughes is the logical man if not,
indeed, the one strong man, who can
unite the party and lead it to success.
The purpose of the primary is to en
able them to express their real senti
ment and the Omaha Bee is perform
ing a valuable service by its effort to
centralize the sentiment and the ef
fort. Republicans cannot do any
thing better for their party than to1
write the name of Hughes in the re
publican primary ballot, next month,
when they vote.—Grand Island Inde
The reason why so many of us fail to
achieve greater success in life is be
cause we do not exert the necessary
will power to accomplish more defi
nite results.
Look over the people of this town.
Study their habits, their speech, and
their accomplishments. You will find
many of them who undoubtedly pos
sess an enormous reserve of will
power. Their every word and action
indicates as much. But there is a per
ceptible disposition to hesitate which
prevents the bringing of that reserve
force actively into play. The natural
result is that they are only moderately
successful when they should be rising
to great heights.
In this our people are in no respect
different from those of other places
and other climes. It is a trait of
human nature and will survive until
the end of the huuman race.
Occasionally we read or hear of
some great man who began life in
an humble way. If you could look
down deep into the soul of that man
you would see that he is just a human
being like the rest of us, with this ex
ception. He has fought and con
quered the retarder, hesitancy, and
has brought into full action the will
power that lies dormant in a ma
jority of people. His normal mind
perceives an opportunity and his will
determination forces him to grasp it.
The result is success. The world
hears of him while the rest of us live
and die in the peaceful obscurity of
our own little circles.
There are those among us who have
in them the making of men and wo
men of national note, but hesitancy
dogs their steps. Their acute minds
see the opportunities ahead of them,
but hesitancy whispers to them to
wait, and while they are wait
ing opportunity marches on. It
pauses for no man.
This town is overflowing with
brains, but most of them are lying
dormant, working only as nesessity
As a community we need an
awakening. We need a revival of will
power and of determination. We
need a big boot that will lift hesitation
and procrastination into eternal obli
vion and forgetfulness. We need
But above all we need a commercial
pastor for the flock. We need a man
who has fought and conquered best
tancy, who is achieving success him
self, who will take us by the hand and
lead us into the way of accomplish
ment and results. We need a leader
who can lead.
We have such a man in our midst—
you all know him—but hesitancy is
making its last desperate appeal. He
is fighting alone and valiantly in his
efforts to finally and definitely divorce
himself from all hesitancy and pro
crastination. He has the heart, and
the will and the desire to lead and to
be of use to his fellow men, but diffi
dency alone prevents. It is the last
link in the chain of hesitation that
still holds him in leash.
We are writing this editorial for his
benefit. We know he will read it and
we hope it will serve as an inspiration
and encourage him to make the su
preme effort that will free him from
all restraint and place his great in
tellect and natural power of will at
the disposal of our town and our
We need this man. We need his
counsel, his advice, and his leader
ship. We need him now.
As I have sold my farm I am com
pelled to sell at public sale, 5
miles south of Austin, 1 three-fourths
northwest of Rockville in southwest
corner of section 31, adjoining the
Stephens’ farm on the north, on Wed
nesday, Marc 22, commencing at 10
o’clock a. m., the following property,
to-wit: Four head of horses; 1 span of
mules, coming 6 and 7 years old, wt.
about 2,270; 1 span of colts coming
3 years old, wt. about 2,670, sound,
just halter broke. Three Duroc jer
sey sows will farrow the latter part
of April. Twenty head of cattle; 1
fresh cow, 4 will be fresh soon, 2 two
year old heifers, 10 head of steers,
coming yearlings and one heifer, com
ing yearling, 2 spring calves. Farm
machinery, etc.; 1 set work harness,
good as new, 1 Badger cultivator,
nearly new, 1 Go-devil, 1 lister, 1 har
row, 1 disc, 1 grass mower, 1 hay
rake, 1 stacker, 1 sweep, 1 tongue
truck, 1 feed grinder, 1 new corn
sheller, 1 Queen incubator, 100 eggs,
1 sure hatch, 150 eggs, 1 100 chick
brooder, in fine shape, and other ar
ticles too numerous to mention. Free
lunch at noon. Terms of sale. All
sums of $10 and under, cash. On
sums over that amount a credit of S
months’ time will be given purchaser
to give bankable note with approved
security, bearing ten per cent. No
property to be removed until settled
HANS SMITH, Auctioneer.
E. DWEHUS, Clerk.
Eggs for Hatching.
Rhode Island Red eggs, 25 cents
a dozen. Phone 9012.—Mrs. C. C.
Christensen. 13-5
Markets of All Kinds of Stock
Steady to Lower
Choice Heifery Stuff Sells From $7.00
to $7.75. Hog Market Closed Steady
With Nickel Lower. Sheep Receipts
Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
Neb., March 14, 1916.—The week
opened with rather a liberal supply
ef cattle on the market, receipts to
talling 329 loads or 8,200 head, with
a tendency on the part of dressed
beef buyers to shade the price a trifle
lower than the close of the market
last week. Good to choice 1,100 to
1.500 pound beeves sold at $8.90 to
$9.25, the latter price being as high
price as has been paid for beeves
this year. The supply of she stuff was
also liberal, and prices somewhat
lower than Friday, some choice heifery
stuff selling from $7.00@7.75, or
about same as late last week. Supply
of stock and feeding cattle liberal
with good brisk demand from Yard
Traders and country buyers, making
a good active market.
Cattle quotations; Prime beeves,
$9.25@9.50; good to choice beeves,
$8.90@9.25; fair to good beeves, $8.50
@8.90; common to fair beeves, $7.50®
8.50; good to choice heifers, $7.25®
8.25; good to choice cows, $6.75@7.75;
fair to good cows, $6.25@6.75: canners
and cutters, $4.50®6.00; veal calves,
$7.rt0@10.00; bulls, stags, etc., $5.50@
7.25; good to choice Stockers, $7.75®
8.25; good to choice feeders, $7.65®
8.10; fair to good feeders, $7.30®7.60;
common to fair feeders, $6.00@7.00;
stock heifers, $6.75@7.75; stock cows,
$6.00@7.25; stock calves, $7.0G@8.00.
Receipts of hogs yesterday foot up
9,200 head, the market closing up
from steady to a nickel lower than
Saturday of last week. The bulk of
the offerings went at $9.25@9.45, with
a top price of $9.60.
Sheep and lamb receipts totalled
9.500 head, with lambs of the better
class Belling at about steady prices,
two good loads of light Mexican lambs
changing hands at $11.25 and good
handyweigbt western lambs selling at
$11.10, with a choice load of ewes
reaching the high point of $8.25.
Quotations on sheep and lambs:
Lambs, good to choice, $10.85®
11.15; lambs, fair to good, $10.60®
10.85; lambs, fall clipped, $9.25@10.00;
lambs, fresh clipped, $8.75@9.25;
ylgs., fair to choice light, $9.25®
10.00; ylgs., fair to choice heavy, $8.50
@9.40; wethers, fair to choice, $7.75®
8.50; ewes, good to choice, $8.0C@8.25;
ewes, fair to good, $7.25@8.00.
He Will Win.
The candidate for governor who at
this time is generally looked upon as
a sure winner is S. R. McKelvie, pub
| lisher of the Nebraska Farmer. He is
young and active, clean and honorable,
knows from a lifetime spent in the
state what the needs of the state are,
has an exceptional record as a success
ful business man, has a splendid rec
ord as legislator and lieutenant gov
ernor, and he has made a clean, high
class campaign which should command
the respect of all thoughtful voters.!
These are some of the reasons why he
is generally referred to as The Popu
lar Candidate.
Piano Tuning.
An unsolicited testimonial from a
person qualified to know. We are too
busy to entertain you but will give
you first class service..
Grand Island, Neb., 10 14 15.
To Whom it may concern.
This letter will introduce to you
Mr. Charles C. Perry who is compe
tent to give you the best service in
piano tuning as well as work in gen
eral. Trust him on my recommeda
tion as I know he has the ability and
will be honest in all the departments
of piano work.
Very truly to the public,
W. F. LEOXHARDT, Gibbon, Neb.
Tuner and Builder, Retired.
Leave orders at Eisner’s Jewelry
Three and one-half acres of land.
Also another tract of four and one
half acres; six lots fenced chicken
tight, half in cherry and plum trees.
Also a bran new two seated spring
wagon, set of double harness and a
stack of alfalfa hay.—Alfred Ander
Applications for team work on the
sprinkling wagon and streets during
the summer will be heard at meeting
of city council, Monday, March 20,
Loup City, Neb.
PETER ROWE, City Clerk.
Thoroughbred Plymouth Rock eggs
for hatching. Inquire of P. O. Lewan
dowski at the old Jone’s place.
Duroc Bred Sows for Sale.
Some good bred Puroc bred sows
will be sold at public sale at Wood's
barn in Loup City on Saturday, March
11th. S. J. IOSSI, Owner.
Candidate for the Republican Nomina
tion for United States Senator.
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Has lived in Nebraska 33 years.
Has had experience as Congressman.
Knows the needs of Nebraska people.
Has always been a Republican.
Primary Election, April 18, 1916.
Notice to Defendant Whose Residence
and Place of Abode Are
Joe Zaworski. defendant, will take
notice that on the 19th day of Febru
ary, 1916, Walter P. Reed, plaintiff,
filed his petition in the District Court
of Sherman County, Nebraska, against
you, said defendant, impleaded with
Suze Zaworski, the object and prayer
of which petition is that the certain
mortgage given by said defendant, to
plaintiff, for the sum of $700.00, to
gether with interest, upon a piece or
parcel of land in the Southwest Quar
ter of Section Seven, Township Fif
teen, Range Fourteen, in Sherman
County Nebraska, more particularly
described as follows:
Commencing at a point 680 feet
south and 993.65 feet east of the
northwest corner of the Southwest
Quarter of Section Seven, Township
Fifteen Range Fourteen, Sherman
County, Nebraska, running thence
south 592.17 feet, thence east 332.65
feet, thence north 592.17 feet, thence
west 333.65 feet, to point of beginning,
containing 4.529 acres, be foreclosed,
and that an account be taken thereon
that said defendant be foreclosed of
all equity of redemption or other in
terest in said mortgaged premises and
that said premises be sold according
to law, and out of the proceeds thereof
plaintiff may be paid the amount ad
judged to be due him.
You are required to answer said
petition on or before the 10th day of
April, 1916, or the allegations of said
petition will be taken as true, and
decree rendered accordingly.
By R. H. MATHEW, Plaintiff.
His Attorney. 11-4
Order of Hearing and Notice For
Settlement of Account.
In the County Court of Sherman
County, Nebraska.
Siate of Nebraska, Sherman Coun
ty, ss.
To the heirs, legatees, devisees,
and all persons interested in the es
tate of Schuyler S. Reynolds, de
Un reading the petition of Clark
S. Reynolds praying a final settle
ment and allowance of his account
filed in this court on the 2nd day of
March, 1916, and for decree of dis
tribution of residue of estate and dis
charge of the administrator of said
estate. 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 1st day of
April, A. D. 1916, at One o’clock, P.
M., to show cause, if any there be,
why the prayer of the petitioner
should not be granted, and that no
tice of the pendency of said petition
and the hearing thereof be given 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 day of hearing.
Witness my hand and .seal thifc
2nd day of March, 1916.
12 3 E. A. SMITH,
[SEAL] County Judge.
Feed Out Your Hogs Six Weeks
In every lot of hogs on feed two or
three weeks quickly and actually eat
less than others. If all would fatten
like these, the entire drove would be
ready of the market six weeks earlier
and to save six weeks feed is an item
that you fully understand.
The hog that fattens easily must
be in prime physicial condition. The
B. A. Thomas Hog Powder is a con
ditioner for hogs. It keeps their
system clean and healthy and enables
them to fatten quickly without fall
ing a prey to the usual diseases of
hogs. The B. A. Thomas Hog Pow
der is not stock food. It’s straight
medicine, and we took the agency
because it enables you to feed out
your hogs much earlier.—J. J. Slom
To All to Whom it May Concern:—
The commissioner appointed to lo
cate a road commencing at the north
easct corner of Sec. 11-14-15 and run
ning thence south on section line be
tween Sections 11 and 12-14-15 one
mile and there terminating has re
ported in favor of the establishment
thereof, and all objections thereto or
claims for damages must be filed in
the County Clerk’s office on or before
noon of the 15th day of May A. D.
1916 or such road will be established
without reference thereto.
Dated this 1st day of March A. D.
L. B. POLSKI, Co. Clerk.
Try Chase’s first—it pays.
Loup City Mill & Light Co.
Furnishes all the light and power and also makes the
best of flour. Handled by all Merchants.
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Hard and Soft Coal
In the District Court of Sherman
County, Nebraska.
Dierks Lumber and Coal Company,
Lewis Haller, Mrs. Lewis Haller, his
wife, first name unknown. Henry
Kroeger and Mrs. Henry Kroeger,
his wife, first name unknown, and
Rayburn Hunter & Company, and
George M. King Manufacturing
To Lewis Haller, Mrs. Lewis Haller,
his wife, first name unknown, Ray
burn Hunter & Company, and George
M. King Manufacturing Company.
You are hereby notified that on the
9th day of February, 1916, the plain
tiff filed a petition in the District Court
of Sherman County, Nebraska, against
the above named defendants and each
of them, the prayer of which is to
foreclose a mechanic’s lien upon the
following described tract of land in
Sherman County, Nebraska, viz:
Commencing at the Northeast cor
ner of the Southeast Quarter (SE14)
of Section 28, in Township 14 North
of Range 16, West of the Sixth Prin
ciple Meridian in said County and
running thence West along the North
line of the said Southeast Quarter
(SE^4) 203 feet, thence South par
allel with the said East line of said
Southeast Quarter (SE14) 78 rods,
thence East 203 feet, thence North
along the East line of said Southeast
Quarter (SE%) 78 rods to the place of
Plaintiff prays judgment against
the defendants for the sum of Three
Hundred Ninety-seven and 50]100ths
Dollars ($397.50) with interest thereon
at the rate of seven per cent, per an
num from the 16th day of January,
1916, and for costs of suit and that
the above described land may he
decreed to be sold to satisfy the
amount adjudged to be due plaintiff
and for such other and further relief
as may be just and equitable.
You are required to answer said
petition on or before the 3d day of
April, 1916.
10-4 By John S. Kirkpatrick,
Its Attorney.
The State of Nebraska, Sherman
County, ss.
In the County Court.
In the Matter of the estate of Martin
Johnson, deceased.
To The Creditors of Said Estate:
You are hereby notified, that I will
sit at the County Court room in Loup
City in said county, on the 19th day
of May, 1916, at 10 o’clock A. M. and
on the 23d day of September, 1916, to
receive and examine all claims against
said estate, with a view to their ad
justment and allowance. The time
limited for the presentation of claims
against said estate is the 23d day of
September A. D. 1916, and the time
limited for payment of debts is one
year from the 19th day of February,
Witness my hand and the seal of
said County Court, this 19th day of
February, 1916.
10-4 County Judge.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate By
In the District Court for Sherman
County, Nebraska.
William F. Mason, administrator,
with the will annexed, plaintiff, vs.
Ellen Jackson, Kate Waggoner, Ed
ward Waggoner, Bob B. Jackson,
George Jackson, and Eve Ellen Jack
son, defendants.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order of the Hon. B. O.
Hostetler, Judge of the District Court,
of Sherman County, Nebraska, made
on the 23rd day of February, 1916, for
the sale of the real estate-hereinafter
described, there will be sold at the
South Door of the Court House, in
Loup City, Nebraska, on the 21st day
of March, 1916, at two o’clock P. M., of
said day, at public vendue to the
highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
Lot 4, in Section 19, Township 15,
Range 14, in Sherman County, Ne
braska, consisting of 32 acres; sub
ject to encumberances in the sum of
about $400.00; also 1 acre of land in
the Southeast Quarter of Section
Seven, Township 15, Range 14, which
is more particularly described as fol
lows: Commencing at a point on
the West line of the said Southeast
Quarter (SE14) of said Section Seven
(7), 1,360 feet north of the Southwest
corner of said Southeast quarter of
said Section Seven, running thence
east on a line parallel with the north
line of the original town plat of the
Town of Loup City, 339.7 feet, thence
north on a line parallel with the east
line of Block Four (4) of J. Woods
Smith Third Addition to Loup City,
128.32 feet, thence west 339.1 feet, to
the West line of the Southeast Quar
ter of Section Seven, to the point of
Said sale will remain open one
Dated this 26th day of February,
Administrator of the estate of
11-3 Robert Jackson, deceased.
Harness repairing time is here.
Bring your harness in to James Bar
Woman Cures Horse Colic.
The men were away as usual. The
horse was bad. A lone woman could
not “drench” in the old way. She
called up a neighbor and her men
were away—but: “We have Farris
Colic Remedy that you drop on the
horse’s tongue,” says Mrs. Neighbor.
So she came over and dropped Farris
Colic Remedy on the horses’s tongue
and the horse was well when the
men came home. Moral: Get Farris
Colic Remedy so the women can cure
horse colic. We sell it at 60 cents a
bottle on the Money Back Plan.—J. J.
For Light and Heavy Hauling |
Loup City, Nebraska
I Tiu
We have just made a special deal with the manufac
turers, and if your old separator is getting worn, is too
small, or if you made a mistake in buying a cheap sep
arator which does not skim clean, we can give you a
good price for your old machine in part payment on a
Great Western Separator
if you will come in and see us at once while this offer
holds good. The Grcai Western separator skims full
capacity in either cold or warm milk and gets all the
butter fat. It is simple in construction, runs easy on
adjustable ball bearings. It is easy to keep clean and
sanitary. All this is proven by years of satisfactory service.
Low Tank
Cream from £
top of bowl
Milk from
of bowl ^
Sanitary base
Tank swings around
a out of the wav
4« High crank
All gears enclosed
—For Sale By—
means healthy hogs and
increased profts and the
best way to get it is with
Sunshine windows for roof
and sidewall. Sunshine
roof windows put the sun
shine on the floor of the
pens where it is needed.
Ak us about them.
\ ards at Loup City, Ashton. Rockville, Schaupps and Arcadia
| Business and professional Guide \
Attorney at Law
Attorney at Law
And Bonded Abstractor
Practices In All Courts
First National Bank Building
Bonded Abstraeter
Only Set of Abstract Books In County
Physician and Surgeon
Telephone Call No. 39
Physician and Surgeon
Phone 30—Office at Residence
Two Doors East of Telepone Central
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Residence
Telepone Connection
Licensed Embalmer and
Funeral Director
With Daily Furniture Co.
Loup City, . . . Nebraska
Plumber & Electrician
For good, clean and neat work
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Coipe and Get My Prices
Plumbing and Heating.
Loup City, - - . Nebraska
Dray and Transfer
Call Lumber Yards or Taylor's
Phone Brown 43
J. E. Bowman, M. D.
Carrie L. Bowman, M. D.
Physicians and Surgeons
Phone 114
Office: East Side Public Square
Phone Brown 116