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Loup City Northwestern
0 » * -■* \ * - v ( VOLUME XXIV. LOUP CITY. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1907. '< NUMBER 15 Professional Cards \ P CULLEY Attorney & ConiselaT -at-Law Office: Fikst National Bank) Loup City, Nebr. ROBT. P. STARR Attorney-at-Law, LOUP CITY. NEBR3SKS. It. J. NIGHTINGALE Ait:nsj d fauuehMUAv _LOUP GITY. NEB AARON WALL HiErvsrye r Practices in all Courts Loup Citv. Neb. R. H. MATHEW, Attorney-at-Law, And Bunded Abstractor. Loup City. Nebraska J. H. LONG Office, Over New Bank. TELEPHONE CALL. NO. ;9 A. J. KEARNS Phone, 30, Office at Ke*»i<lenee Lnup Hitij - Nebraska S. A. ALLEN. DEiYTMST, Lour CITY, - - NEB. Office up stairs in tin? new State Bank building'. W. L. MARCY. DENTIST, LOUP SITY, NEB OFFICE: East Side Public Squnie. Phone. 6-16 •W. //. JtlEit D Bonded Abstracter Lorp City, - Nebbaska. Only set of Abstract hooks in county C J. CHRISTENSEN AND C C. CHRISTENSEN EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS For a Drayman Send a messenger for J. W. Conger He will pay the fee Try the F F- F- Dray F. F. Foster, Prop. Office: Foster's Barber Shop t • 5 The Paris Exposition has made the Gold Med-J Award to LW.HARPER KENTUCKY WHISKEY Gokj medak were also awarded at New Orleans 1565 and VbrWs Pair Ch*cago IfiSO. For Silo by T. H. Kisn^r And tbe Public! Tie St Elio Livery Bara is under a new management. Give me a trial and if you have any thing good to say, say it to others; if you have any complaint, make it to me. Others can’t right my mistakes, bat I can and will. Respt., PHONE, 4 on 9. T.E.Gilbert,Prop. T. KVE. REED, (Business Established in 1888.) w ishes you to call and see his I Farm ZMIadiinery At LOUP CITY. NEBRASKA THE NORTHWESTERN; K.VfSl—11.91) PIH r v.A it. tF P 4II» IS ADV1SC1 u: the L up • .:** f-ustoflic* for traa& mission tfirousn tap mails as second e'aas matter. Office ’Phone. - - - 6 on 108 Residence ’Phone. - 2 on 108 J. W. BCSiXI6U.ll and Pnb. The second county option bill before the legislature was killed in the house Monday, the senate being the slaughter-house of the measure a few days previous. Bro. Brown’s vote was recorded against the killing. Strange as it may seem, the Times Independent of tliis city is the only country paper that comes to our ex change desk that has an advertise- i ment of the Union Pacific. By a strange coincident, the editor of that: paper is the only newspaper man in either house of the legislature. Zimmerman-Minshull Wedding. At the home of Mr. John Minshtill at h o'clock Wednesday evening, Feb. 20. 1907, occurred a "very tieautiful little wedding, when their daughter. Edna, was married to Mr. Archie O. Zimmerman, the Rev. R. T. Guern sey officiating. The guests comprised the families of the young people, and all agree that the occasion was a de lightful one. Many congratulations and wishes for a happy life were ex i tended to the bride and groom. Then followed the usual wedding dinner, and merriment was the key ncte of I the evening. Not even the parties with the musical instruments were lacking. Cut flowers adorned the home and turned winter into spring. : that the young people might feel that the spring time of their lives was symbolized by the beauties of nature. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman will soon leave for historic old Virginia, where they will make their home. Their many friends will follow them with l>est wishes for a happy and prosper ous life. In Meuioriani. At a regular meeting of Mvstic Lodge. No. 169. A. O. C. W.. of Ash ton. Nebraska, the followi ng pre-! amble and resolutions were uaani- j mously adopted by the lodge: resolution's: Whereas, the spirit of Brother Henry Lange, a beloved brotherof oi r lodge, passed from earth to the invisible! world on Sunday evening' Feb. 10. 19<>7. and inasmuch as our lodge per- ! formed the last act of respect due his; remains, therefore, as a testimonial to the life and character of t he dear brother whom we loved and honored: i be it Resolved: That we hereby give expression to the sorrow we feel on account of his death, and we recognize | tin loss our lodge has sustained, that; w -hare with his relative^ and fr ends! th>‘ mantle of sorrow and gloom his taking away has caused them. Resolved: That a copy of these revolutions be published in our coun t;. papers, and that a copy be present d to the surviving daughter, and! that our charter be draped in mourn ing for the term of thirty days TiiOS. .i-VMROG. John F. Smith. Theo. Ojevdyk. Committee. Public Sale. 1 w ill offer at public auction on my j place, northeast quarter 2H-1~>-14, five ! miles southeast of Loup City, on ■ Wednesday. Feb. 27. li*)7. commenc ing at 10 a. m. sharp, the following described property. bo-wit: « lie id of horses. 20 head of cattle. 3o liead of hogs, farm maehinerv. 400 bushels of com. etc. Free lunch at noon. Terms of Sale: All sums of 110 and under, cash: on all sums over 110, a credit of 0 months will be extended, purchaser giving bankable note, with approved security, drawing ten per cent from date of sale. W. J. McLAUGHLIX. Owner. J. T. Hale, W. F. Masoj , Auctioneer. Clerk. The senate passed the 2-cent pas senger rate Tuesday, the house fol lowing suit yesterday. Along R. R. No 1 R. I. Barriek. Coppersmith Bros.,. Walter Shettler and Frank and Joe Blaschke gave the carrier some tine pork last week. Wright Reynolds had a new bam built on his place last week. W. F. Mason and H. S. Conger were out to Wash Peters' sale and said that things- went tine and yhey were in love with the hills on the route. W. O. Brown's ItteJe-boy ha- been very sick the past week. Christ Zwink and Frank Kusek shelled com this week. R. I. Barriek will soon move on; Wright Reynold's farm. G. W. Houser is doing carpenter work along the route these days. Thos. Parsley and wife attended the funeral of Hans Beck's little girl. Col. Fry's brother came in with a car load of goods and will move on the farm the Colonel is on. W. R. Jackson will move to Missouri after his sale. Nebreska is good; enough for me. Jim Sorensen's wife and children have all been sick with la grippe. Mrs. Anton Dymac is very sick. C. Heiber who has been visiting Henry Apple, returned home Monday. The farmers were kept home from Loup City a few days on account of the bridges, but one bridge is all right now. Joe krouse has moved on the farm vacated by John Heapy. E. W. Jackson has rented the farm vacated by Lee Johnson from S. Baker. Col. Frye's father being quite poor ly, he has decided to go home and look after things for him. Some of the farmers had close calls j in getting to the west bridge as they 1 got into some of the deep holes and almhst upset their rigs. Wash Peters held a sale the 14th. and will move away. We are sorry to lose him from the route, but wish him success wherever he may go. Take a county paper and help the route as well as yourself. During the high water on Clear Creek last week, four boys got on to a large cake of ice in the creek, think it great fun to take such a ride, but did not realize their danger till they saw people were trying to rescue them. They floated four miles before rescued Tuesday, while the Dymae boys were playing with matches on their way home from school they set tire to the tall grass, and several acres were burned over before it was put out. Public* Sale. I will offer at public auction in con nection with the K. C. Gibson sale, on the das. Lee farm dC miles west of Loup City, on Tuesday. Feb. do. 1907. 15 head of horses and 19 head of cattle, all good, young high-grade stock. Terms of sale: All sums of *10 and under, cash: on ail sums over *10. a credit of 10 months will be extended, purchaser giving bankable note, with approved security, drawing 10 percent interest from date of rale! J. F. KIFFFER. Owner. J. T. IIale. .1. S. Pedlkk. Auctioneer. Clerk. Notice of Sale of Laid Ucoer order of Sa:e. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of an order of sale issued out of the District Court i f Sherman county. Nebraska, in a cause wh- rein William Zimmerman is plaintiff, and Frank S. Burr. —— Burr, hi' wife, first name unknown. Carlos Burr and John L. r unveil are defend ants. upon a decree of foreclosure of a tax lien rendered by said court in fayor of said plain tiff in tbe sum of $t.VL9l*. bearing interest at ten per cent per annum and costs taxed at the sum of $ds> 18. and which sum is decreed to be a first and best lien opon the following des cribed land situated in Sherman county. Ne braska. to-wit: The north half of tbe north east quarter of Section thirty, in Township sixteen and Range fifteen, west of the 6th n. m. 1 will on Tuesday, the twelfth day of March. 1907. at two o'ciuck in the afternoon of 'aid day. at the south door of the court house 11 Loup City, in said county of Sherman and state of Nebraska, sell said real estate at public auction to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy tbe amount due on said decree, in cluding* interest, coats and accrued costs and accruing costs. , Given under my hand ibis nth day of February. 1907. L. A WILLIAMS. Sheriff iff Sherman oonaty, Nebraska, lafi pah. Mar. 7. Notice of Publication. It the District Court in and tor Sherman county. Nebraska. Charles Hill. Plaintiff. vs. John Fonner:-Fonner. wife of John Fonner.kirst true and full name unknown. William T. Gibson, and Mary Gibson, wife of William T Gibson: George H. Gibson, and L iTinia Gibson, wife of George H. Gibson: and the following described piece or parcel of land situ.te in the county ol Sherman and State of Nebraska, to-wit: Beginning at a pc in* Three Hundred 3u0* Feet North and One Hundred and Fifty * !5o) Feet West of the S E. Corner of tne N W. Vi of N. W. 4 of Section Eighteen 1IF1 in Township Fifteen (15* North. Range Fourteen ill) West of the 6th P >1 . running thence North One Hundred and Fifty (ISO) Fret: thence West One Hundred and Fifty * Ha) Feet: thence South One Hundred and Fifty ISO Feet: thence East One Hun dred and Fifty * 150 Feet to the point of begin ning : and ail persons and corporations having, or claiming, any interest, right, title, estate, or demand, in to or upon said real estate or any part thereof. Defendants Tbe Defendants. John Fonner. and Fonner. wife of John Fonner. first, true and full name unknown, and the following de scrihed piece or parcel of land to-wit: Bogin ni:.g at a point three hundred *0* feet north and one hundred and fifty (I50i feet west of the S. K. corner of the V W. )« of N W w of Sec tion Eighteen lei in Township Fifteen (15) North Range F urteen * 14 West of be 6th P. M running thence North one hundred and fifty * 150) feet: thence West one hundred and fifty <l5ni feet: thence south one hundred and fifty »15<-i feet, thence East one hundred and fifty ilot feet to the point of beginning: and all persons and corporations haying, or claim ing any interest, right, title, estate or demand in to or upon said real estate ot any part thereof, wiil take notice that on the 5th day of February. A. D. 1907. Charles Hill. Plaintiff, file.! his petition in the District Court in and for Sherman county Nebr ska against the above named defendants, the object and pr.t* *-r of which are to foreclose a certain cer tificate of tax sale upon the following ue -crihed real estate to-wit: Beginning at a point three hundred • 3D0) feet north and one hundred and fifty 150, feet west of tbe S. E. corner of the N. W. s, of N W of Section Eighteen 11»i in Tow nship Fifteen (15 North. Range Fourteen 14 West of the 6th P. M., running th-nce North one hundred and fifty • 5*-. foe:, thence West one hundred and fifty 1130 feet: tnence south one hundred and nfty It fee: thence East one hundred and fifty i ISO feet to the point of beginning upon which there is due and unpaid the sum of #31.96. that tfc- time to redeem from said tax sale has ex pired and no redemption ha- r*een ffeade. and that there is now due and unpaid upon said ie:::Prate *f tax -ale the sum of <31.95. for w .;.t-h sum. with interest at ten (10) per cent fr* in the 5th .lay I February. 190". clauitiff pr.., - f- r decree of foreclosure and sale of said premises. V** ar- re . -:red t * answer said petition on or ef--re the-a-tth dav of March. A. D. 1907. ifHARTiE- HILL Plaintiff. FI* pert P Siahb. his attorney. Lust pvb. March7. Nut ire to AoTi-lIrsiilrnt Defendants. In '.Be D -trict i ourt in and for Sherman coun ty Nebraska. Aiph Burman. Plaintiff ey- ier. -Deyexer. wife of Symon Deyexer. firs: and tnte name unknown, s' n D-ji-icr. -Dexter wife of Symon Dexter first and true name unknown. Defendants. The above named defendants, and each and e • rv o e of them will take notice that on the lit av of F- ruarv A D iar Adolph Bur ma' the ab'-ve named plaintiff, died his petition in the D -trirt i ourt in and for Sher unty Nebraska, against said defend ant-. th- object and prayer of said petition are to rep.—- quiet and c-nttrm the title to the northeast‘lustter N E. *4) section thirty-one . ;! T -rn-.ip fourteen ■ !4i north Range thir teen—(U)t west of the 6th P. SI in the said ni, miff against the claims of the said defend ants a"d against the claim- of any person or persons claiming or hereafter to claim any right, title intcre.-t. estate. Jega! or equitable by. through or under them, which msv he vested in s i d defendants by virtue of the deed rec rds of Sherman county. Nebraska, being and showing the name of the grantee as Symon Deyexer. in a certain deed of conveyance re corded in Book No. 2 at page 222 or by virtue of a fact that the said Symon Deyexer is an other and different person than Symon Dexter the grantee in a certain deed of conveyance recorded in Book No 4 at page 342 of the deed records aforesaid, and tha: said defendant-, and each and every one of them, their heirs, administrators, executors and assigns, and any and all persons claiming or to claim bv. through or under them be forever barred, cut off and estopped from ever having or claiming any right, title, interest, estate, claim or demand, at law or in equity, in and to said premises adverse to the interest, title <»r estate of this plaintiff, and for such other, further and different relief as to this Honorable Court may seem just and equitable. You are required »o appear and answer said petition on or before the sth day of April. A D. I9«7 ADOLPH BURMAN Dated February 11. 1S0T By Robert P. Starr, his attorney. (Last pub. Match 11 Notice to Non-Resident Defendants. State of Nebraska t Sherman County * The State of Nebraska: To A. C. Hammond, first real name unknown. Emma Hammond Addie E. Kendall. Eleanor M Rogers. B. J. Kendall, first real name un known. -— Kendall, wife of B J Kendall. first real name unknown, the northwest quar ter of section thirty-five in Township thirteen north of Range thirteen west of the 6 thp m. ! in Shermau county, Nebraska, defendants: j You will take notice that on the 15th day of February. 1907. Hans P. Hansen, plaintiff here- i in. filed his petition in the District Court of Sherman county. Nebraska, against you. im- j pleaded with John Stoeger and —-Stoeger. ! his wife, first real name unknown, the object and prayer of which are to foreclose a tax lien ' -pen the following described land situate in Sherman county. Nebraska, to-wit: the north- i west quarter or Section thirty-five in Township I thirteen, north of Range thirteen, west of the * 6tli p m.. which said tax lien is based upon the j sale of said land to plaintiff on November 3d. j 19ej by S. N Sweetland. Treasurer of Sfaer- | man county. Nebraska, for the delinquent taxes of 1901. in the sum of #9 9*^ as evidenced i by tax sale certificate No fi91 of th*t date, and under which tax sale plaintiff has paid the subsequent taxes of IMS on May Kt. 1903. in -■;in of $9 51 : of JftlS on May ted. !9*q. in sum of of L-04 on Mav 2nd. i9»»5 in sum - f 1 : i f l> -"» on May 1-t. !9»*> in sum of #17 39. ; anu up • w hich -aid tax lien there is due the i sum of >»*i ;>3. with interest on >aid several j payments at-*# per cent p* r annum from the ! • late of .each puvment for the fir-t two years j and ten per cent thereafter. Plaintiff prays I fra decree that defendants be required to pay i hi amount found due by the court * n said tax r - i . r that said premise Pe s- Id to satisfy ! h-'* amount found :ue. with interest and co-»ts. i r -Ludiug an attorney's fee to be allowed by j h 1 urt equal to ten per cent of the amount j f said tax lien, and for sue - other relief as *stice and equity may require. You are required to answer said petition on j r v—fore th»- first day of April. 19»-7 Dated this 15th dav of February, I3»i7 HANS p. HANsi N P.aintiff By R. J. Nightingale, his attornev J, you *rent to buy or sell reol \ est'iie. roll on John H" Lony. Low One-Way Colonist Rates March 1st to April 30th, $20.00 to Salt Lake, Butte, Helena. $22.50, Spokane district: $25.00, California. Portland. Seattle, Tacoma. Washington. Daily through Tourist Sleepers to California, via Denver. Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake City: also to Montana. Washington and Puget Sound country. Winter Tourist Rates: To Colorado. California, and alt Southern Resorts. Laudseekers’ information Bureau: Free, valuable information fur nished to seekers of Govern ment and deeded lands along the Bnrlington lines. Let us help you locate your home in this fast growing and reliable zone of prosperity. Write Landseekers' Information Bu reau. 1<X4 Farnam Street, Omaha. Nebraska. Eor rates, folders, information, etc., apply to R. L. ARTHUR, Ticket Agent. Loup City. Neb. L. W. Wakeley. G. P. A. Omaha. Nebraska. jrive Us a Trial A Round Front Barn, J. H. MINER. Props Loup City, - Nebr. finest Livery Rigs, careful drivers. Headquarters iorfarmers' teams f'Vim merciai men's trade given especial at tention. Your patronage solicited. Road Notice. (Lewandowski Road.) The commissioner appointed to view and locate a road commencing at corner stake of Sections twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty-two and thirty-three. Town sixteen. Range thir teen and running tbence west three miles on section line between sections twenty-nine and thirty-two. thirty and thirty-one.Town sixteen. Range thirteen and Sections twenty-OTe and thirty-six. Town sixteen. Range fourteen and terminating at corner stake of sections twenty Bve. twenty-six. thirty-live and thirty-six. Town sixteen. Range fourteen, has reported in favor of the establishment thereof and all claims for damages and objections thereto must be filed in the office of the county clerk on or before noon of the lith day of April. 1907. or said road will be established without refer ence thereto. Dated this 8th day of February. 1907 C F. BECSH ATJSEN. County Clerk, i Last pub. March 14.) Road Notice. (Lorentz Boad.) The commissioner appointed to view and locate a road commencing at the Howard coun ty line anu running west three miles south and one miie between Sections twenty-five (25) thirty-six (36 twenty-six i26). thirty-five :6i twenty seven (27). thirty-four (51). and thirty three (33 . thirty-four 3( and also on line between Section thirty-tive -to■ and thirty-six • 3>5). Town-hip fourteen (14). Range thirteen 113). and running thence south one mile and terminating at Section line running east and west between Sections thirty-six (36i. one 1) two (2 . thirty-five (35 and thirty-four i34i thirty three (33 . has reported in favor of the establishment thereof aDd all claims for dam ares and objections thereto must be filed in the office of the county clerk on or before March 25. 1907. or said road will be established without reference thereto. Dated this 2|st day of January. 1907. C. F. Bepshac-es. County Clerk. Last pub. Feb. 21 Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Lincoln. Xeb.. Feb 9. 1907. Notice is h-reby given that James W. Conger ofi Loup City. Neb., has filed notice of his in tention to make final commutation proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No 18113 made June 29. 1905. for the Lots 1 and 2. Section 14. Township 15 n. Range 15 w. Sth 4* M.. and that said proof will be made before J. A. Angier. County Judge, at Loup City. Neb . on March 23. 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. the land, viz: Eugene Miller,B. J. Swanson. William Curry. R. D. Hendrickson, all of Loup City. Neb. Chas. F. Shedu. Register. rLaat pub. March 21.) - —— j I. DEPEW©* Blacksmith 9 Wagon Maker My soon is tbe largest and best equipped north of the Platte Hirer I bare a four bora** engine and a complete line or the latest lmprored. ma cbiuery. also a force 01 experienced men who know how to operate it and turn out a Jo'o with neatness and dispatch. MY PRICES ARE REASONABLE AND PROMPT * ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CUSTOMERS. JUST RECEIVED Heavy Weight Panama .Light Weight Panama Mohair Suitings Danish Cloth Egyptian Silk Also a good line of. Dungarven Cheviot Glengar Cheviot Quadriga Cloth Johnson Percales Call in. It will be our pleasure to show you the goods. WEftP TOPSY HOSIERY I!. C. I OflFER. E. G. Taylor, J. S. Pedler, C. C. Carlson. President. Vice President Cashier -directors W: R. Mellor, J. W. Long, S. N. Sweetland LOUP CUT STATE BANK LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA. Capital Stock, • - $25,000.00 Individual Liability, $250,000.00 Get More Egas. Paint the inside of your hen house with CARBOLINEUM. It is a sure lice and mite exterminator. For sale by KEYSTONE LUMBER CO. Loup City, Ashton, Rockville and Schaupps* $m lilts BOUGHT AT THE B. & M- ELEVATORS MCALPINE, LOUP CITY, SCHAUPP SIDING, ASHTON AND FARWELL. Goal for Sale at Loop City and Asia. Will Boy HOGS AT 8CHAUPP SIDING A^D FARWEU Call mod Me oar coal and get prices on grain. E. G- TAYLOR.