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The depsit accounts and certificates bearing _ 4 per cent interest, all payable on demand, of the farmers and business men are always welcome at the old. time-tried rst National Bank. In Strength and Security this bank stands in the front rank among the best banks in the State. Capital Stock and Surplus. $37,500 This item added to the important fact that we loan no money to any oflicer or even stockholders should appeal to those desiring a safe depository for their funds. THE NORTHWESTERN THrusiar. jn.Y ii 1 lea lirtfi ftat.iatM.Bs. Cora aur fan- - «. f > Br*jm b. .. mu « .<ci C*> arr fan ... .s«n jc | By* prrfat ..... „ m\ Baitur. aer Ufa . .Si Un KT 4ca. .is! || B»» r* fa. Et.tfardefaai farf • Bar-litmus Tia. I *rd '**<■ iL^T ** ^ ■ » t**♦ 1» Mr » : Jtf. GL JS* * *- . -i ■ «*» WdnA-. «* » * & % * ? jM *- 1 •- ~ .:. 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' r a number of ■- ' a ** v *.i'< p*-r a. re. a • y <u are desiring a sub urban innr m Loup Ciit. A. L. /.uimekmav Free! Free! -■ ! » give fraa * ’ • • - • <j €n »f m> be>: pictures a beaut;: u. •«-—..'id : .edaoion. A ago I pat oat a great many - ti—- tt • - ovenirs and a • ? »et^ fi rturate enough to - -*• t^tifi to their dura k ;:y and beauty. Edgar Draper. >peria - n si* at Cjt: ;s*r's every Satmrday. WANTCD-Vm t br- ak .>*< acres. r>e* J ohn w Lcu^f. » ir.i - *1 >a,e at Con ..i>erV every Saturday. Ias*, price paid for your rid -let., at Lee l*ro? a a: .: eiu : ne t:. «-e Hound (»ak Range? at T \J Heed ? Lennrtt «a*te your tides and will jay ti.e 1 ighag market price. Btaonlef that the Loop City * r art lie * i* buy ing cream. ' r? t - ja.nter uses white lead ar*" k and •gne you tigures. * «it .«*.* as spe -jai> on sale every tia: r lay in and •>**. Saturdav. Stackers and Sweeps, call at T. M Reed's. T V Reed :.andie~ t te Litchneid and 1 • ■ w >vi Mia r* ? reader?. None better. R -» V - la. July 11. l;*l*t. u* Mr. *r*J '•>- if i. Watt? in L jgan town ship a daughter * 1 i■ • HI* KENT are -'anted a: . •!,. i» mark*-! Highest atartet pr. ■*• paid Mr Law retire Nvgaard of «»maha *' * fms. at tie Adamson liome. arr -.mg n-rre V nday evening i r Mrt My rti.ideae in ea>t Lw-,1 >r wiii trade same for rea estate WlLTEIt Wocncs. '*• are pa? ::ig !*4 rents cash for - : • • . * nd at tie i neamerr. iUVCV'kl < KKAMEKY Co hnir". a:way> las on i.and the ► -st i * meat* of ali kinds Call a' * - • *. «i en wi-dJlig the best. V W" i; J and He-ter. Xigtit .'.gag eft last satcrda; morning on - ■ r - • - a oetK-e on U«e i*acitic Ca»t. ! ag« w • n wine of ail and :*rst tttrbed wire, at prises that will sale . u r ’*■! L X Smith. *ptione z on ir. Mju- Lina Losingnam of Aurora arr t-i city .a«t Thursday evening 'or a visit at the home of • *- Lai—»<>• Uie Mercantile Co. ; • •nil a dray. phone A. L. En te: et. * 4 vr. r ea'e your order • it: * r inter ya-d or E Taylor i—4 of wrrice guaranteed. TW -sly board met Tuesday and a: -urn- after only a fe» liours' **— _n. ' .r : being very • brut. T ey meet again August loth. U: n i; I* Starr ieft Monday sf'ern r lieiridere. Ilia, to at r-iil ■ ega alters nvoii ing the kettung of an estate. He will lie atMem prlap a week. Try M \ Kkolaaa tie drayman, for <]i.i k and satisfactory service. Leave T iers at Ue Keystone. Lein inger V jt Taytor s elevator, or phone his nudene. « on kC. Mr» W. L. Marry and little son a*ei da . ► ..ter jeft Tuesday morning f. r a protracted visit at Sterling and ottgv .nts :ri Llinois. and will also visit relatives ui Miri.igan. They may he absent till school begins. flanker Ira E. Williams and wife expect u ene unnorrtw for their tnp to tl«e i*arittr Coast. They go from it* re hi Gtenwood. Iowa, to visit Mr W i .urns father and sister : over Sundav . tiien to I»u uth. Minn . to view Uif great lake. From Uiere they go to Mvokane. Seattle and down tig cuhst to I' inland, w here they take tig i *r-g on Short Line to points in Ida:. .. ti*atx up to Yellowstone Park, thence south to Ml Lake City J and home toy way of Poet4o Colorado -pring* and ftenrer. lie trip in all ‘ taking tome four or are weeks. Mrs. Ian DeWItt and little daugh ter arrived from Eustis last evening Miss Grace Tracy of Gibbon was here last week visiting lier father. E E. Tracy, and many friends. County Assessor Lewis Rechthoid went to Lincoln Monday morning to take in his returns to the state hoard. A 1’. Culley ‘went to Omaha Mon day morning and is to bring his daughter. Miss Jess, home with him tlie last of the week. Mrs. A. L. Zimmerman left Tues day morning to visit her parents, relatives and friends in eastern Ohio, to l<e absent several weeks. Misses Bernice and Alice Ben schoter. daughters of Geo. Benselioter are here from Schill. Xeb.. on a visit to their many relatives and friends. Mrs. Ollie Howard ami children re:-rued Saturday morning to their home at Central City. Grandpa Lou Williams looks and feels lonesome since. County Attorney Mathew is ex peeled home Friday from his trip to England. Germany and France. Rev. Montgomery is expected home the _Vth instant. Miss Nettie Fowler returned Tues •tay evening from her visit at Aurora and Cedar Bluffs Her sister. Miss Lucy Fowler, went ontoOmcha for a further visit The MK-e> Wehke and Catherine I’agejer of Cedar Bluffs. Neb., ar rived Tuesday evening fora visit with tiieir brothers. Messrs. B. H.. Jack and Win. I“ageier. Alex Haillie left last week for a visit to the Pacific Coast country, hi* r.rst objective point beingSeatlle, where he arrived safe, sound and tiappy. he writes home. It. O. E. Longacre left last Satur day evening by motor for Boston and otiier points on the Atlantic sea board. It is understood he will be absent some three weeks. Master Howard Starr returned last Saturday from an extended visit with relatives in Lincoln. He was accom panied home by a cousin. Miss Jose phine starr. of the capital city. The Industrial Society of the Presbyterian church will hold its next meeting on the afternoon of the -X<th with Mrs. John Ohlsen at her home in the south part of the city. I>an I*eWitt arrived in Loup City Monday evening from Eustis. Neb., and we understand will remain and work for his step-son. A1 Fellows, who bought out the Engle barber shop tl»at day. County Judge E. A. Smith started tnis morning on a fortnight's trip to Lbe Montezuma \ alley. Colo rad . to look over that far-famed section. A. P. Culley was to join him at Grand Island. John Minshuil has resigned his position as deputy county clerk and Lo_is Hein hasaccepted the appointr merit to the vacancy. Mr. Minshuil i- now omployed as bookkeeper and stenographer with E. G. Taylor. jonn »>. Long ana two children went down to Lincoln last Saturday for a few days' visit. John said the children wanted to go to tlie circus on Monday, and all you fathers know tins old excuse: and its a dandy. On Monday of this week. Wm. Kngle sold bis residence property to Walt McNulty and his barber shop to A1 Fellows, and will remove from Loup City, though we liave no defi nite information as to his future plans. Mrs. Clara Hawk is having the old residence building ou tlie Geo. Ben schoter piace. recently purchased by her. moved on to the rear lots, and " id soon begin the erection of a new home on the site of the former building Rev. W. H. Kearns, superintendent of home missions and synodical evan gelist of Nebraska, gave two most exce. ent discourses at the Pres byterian church in this city last >-nday. Prof. Smith of Hastings will occupy the pulpit next Sunday, morning and evening. Mr. II. H. Petersen of Teed?. Iowa, accompanied by his wife, son John and wife. wl»o had been liere for some days »i?iting ids brothers. Otto and Iieiief Petersen, left for their home Tuesdav. They came by auto and will »i„it at Columbus and other point? en route home. A Mr. Bayard of Elgin. Ills., a gentleman w bo owns a good deal of rea: estate in Sherman county, and »ho wa? here looking after his in terests. and who is also a local preacher, occupied the pulpit at the Methodist church last Sunday even ing. He gave a most pleasing dis course was the comment of those present. We are pleased to learn that latest new? received by Mr. Gus Lorentz is that Mrs. Lorentz, who is at the home of her parents at Ravenna being treated fora threatened attack of appendicitis, is doing nicely and tlie physician assures Mr. Lorentz she will not liave to undergo an operation. Tlie vitality of Grandma Haney is truly wonderful for a woman of her advanced age. After being confined almost entirely to her room and bed for tlie past four months, and her demise thought to be a matter of only a short period, now we under stand she is able to be up and around tlie home and seemingly growing ' .-tronger. Henry Musser returned to Lincoln this morning. For Sale—Rubber-tired ruuabout bughy. See Jas Johansen. Mrs. W. R. Mellor is expected up I from Lincoln this evening. Mrs. C. C. Christensen of St. l*aul , is visiting relatives in the city. Sherifi Williams went to Kearney this morning to attend the state con vention of slreriffs. Geo. Stork is putting the tinishing touches on U»e new farm residence of Loren Gee. this week. Miss Maud Hinman of Sts Kdwards arrived here last Saturday un a visit to relatives and friends. The Birthday Club Tuesday after noon gave Mrs. G. W. Collipriest a pleasant surprise party. C. J. Tracy and his cement gang are now- busily hutting in the foun dation of the Woznick building. Mrs. Troy Hale Tuesday had a narrow escape from being run over by an auto driven by a tourist party. Miss Lulu Lee left this morning j for a visit with her sister. Mrs. Kdna Hickman, and family, at Dolores. | Colorado. It raise* the praises, but raises no dust. Tlie New Home Vacuum | Cleaner, price 18.30. For sale by Archie J. Kearns. Mr. Jacob Albers goes to Omaha the lvth to attend a state meeting i of Herman societies, representing the Yerein of tliis city. Max Lesehinsky's new residence is already under construction, the Loup City Cement Block Co. having the contract for its erection. Misses Arlie and Frances Corning returned last Friday evening from their extended visit to their grand parent* and friends at Hampton, la. Mrs. 1). W. Montgomery and three daughters left last Saturday morn* ing for a two weeks' visit at Tucker ville. in Custer county, with Mrs. Montgomery s sister. Mrs J. F. Newman and Mrs. Will: Newman, who had been, visiting' their daughter and sister-in-law. Mrs. L. Rein, returned to their home in Chicago last Saturday. This evening Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Outhouse and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Outhouse entertain at tlie home of the former for Miss Olive Alsop and Miss Winifred Outhouse. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Watts and ; little daughter. Anita, of the Electric ’ theatre, drove over to their old home at Broken Bow last week by auto. , returning home Friday evening. The newly organized band of tliis city began its practicing Monday evening of thisweek and whi be ready in a short time to give evening con certs for the pleasure of our people. A card received Tuesday by the editor from R. H. Mathew, dated at Rome June 27th, stated that lie would leave for Naples the following 1 day and sail from there the 29tli for New York. Rev. Harper. R. D Hendrickson. J. W. Conger and Jos. Reiman went j to Rockville last evening by the i Odendahl auto, aud District T*eputy Hendrickson installed the officers of the Odd Fellow lodge there. Geo. Stork last week entertained an old friend. E. L. Wadsworth of Lake Geneva, Wis.. from Thursday to Saturday. The old cronies had not met in a number of years and had a strenuous time going over old associations. Having resigned his position as pharmacist at Chase's drug store. Ciias. Bennett last week Wednesday went to Litchfield to work for Joe Cording, while the latter visits Ids parents at Grand Junction, Colo..! when »e understand Charley will take a position at Kearney. A. L. Zimmerman went to Aurora Tuesday to attend the wedding of! Miss Mae Gunnarson. daughter of! A. O. Gunnarson t>o a Mr. Peterson of the Aurora State Bank. Mrs. Zimmerman, who started on her Ohioj visit that morning, stopped off for. the wedding. Some 500 invitations j were out. While County Judge Smith is on, his visit to the Montezuma valley, j County Attorney Mathew across the I water. R. J. Nightingale on the | Pacific Coast and R. P. Starr on business in Illinois. Uncle JoePedler is looking after their interests, in connection with his own. showing Uncle Joe as being both accommo dating and capable of strenuous action, even with the thermometer hunting for cooler weather. Ofow, while J udge Smith is away and J udge Pedler is running the affairsof Cupid, we may confidently look fora material increase in the demand for hymen’s vows, if indeed, not a material re duction in fees, should there be a run on that happy relation. Little Mildred is in her first term of school where she gets reports as to her standing marked on a decimal scale. One hundred is perfect, and sixty is pretty serious. The other night while saying her evening prayers, her spirits, always high, were actually irrepresible. and her petition was punctuated with snick ers and smothered giggles. “Do you think the Lord will like that kind of a prayer?" asked her; mother reproachfully. “Nope." returned Mildred glibly. ; “Not much! He’ll gimme 'bout sixty on that!’’—From Woman's Home 1 Companion for J uly. Litchfield came ever Tuesday and l*ad a third try at our local i<all team but returned home with tlseir *ai feathers, drooping. Loup (Hy won by a score of a to 1. winning twc games of tlie series of three. Ainslie I>avis. wife and baby drove over from Greeley last Sunday by auto in company with L. H. Win chell. a me reliant of that city, who was on his way u> Ravenna for a short trip. Leaving the ’.‘avis lamb ly at tl;e home of Mrs l*a»t>' i-ar ents. Mr. ami Mrs. T. V iU«... ,*ir Winsliell left the >a t.-e afit r.. .. Ravenna, but upon entering t!u bn. steel bridge south of t. v». e a..: encountered a tea n cvhiu.i.;. and it backing down the north approach tiie auto nearly turned turtte. cause by the two side wneeis singing iti to sand and sliding down ti e side of ti» embankment. However, no especls*. damage was done. W i I'riss going down in an autc and hauling tin Wincltell car into safety. Mr. Ivavb returned to Greeley. Monday, whin Mrs Davis and baby remained a short time longer returning home in the Wincltell auto on its return fro:: Ravenna. Electric Theatre News The Electric Theatre management has inaugurated an amateur, home talent night. This will be every Thursday evening. Anyone in town who will take part in these programs will please advise the manager in time so the feature may be adver tised. Do you sing': We furnish and illustrate the song. Can vou recite Here is a splendid place to exercise your talent. A reading, a short play or farce: anything in fact, that might prove entertaining will be welcomed and appreciated. A cash prize wiil be awarded the best homo talent number rendered during the month. Inquire particulars. Don't forget tire hig Saturday Picture Matinee. This is worth seeing and is different than anything during the week. To Ice Patrons The negujar icing days are Monday. Wednesday. Friday and Saturday of each week. Patrons failing to get their supply on these dates will please notify J. W. Conger immediate ly of said failure and he wi. attend to the matter at once. “Hard Time Soshul" The EpworUt League axes yu and yur frends t-u be at the M E. church Tuesday evenin. July lih don't f rgit when Progrime and sootibi. eatins for every wun. Don't mind lukin bum. but leve finery tu hum. Ten sents admishun. Hul tiling starts off at $ p. m. in the evenin in the suller of the church. Fines fer finery. N. E. Church Notes. At 10:30 a. m. next Sunday the pastor will preach., Sunday school will convene at 11:45 a. m. Class meeting at 10 a. m. We extend a cordial invitation to these services The Epworth League will convene at 7 p. m. The young people es pecially are invited to this service. At S o'clock Mr. W. R. Meilor will deliver an address on "The Itassion Play." Mr. Meilor lias recently re turned from Europe and had the special opportunity of making a study of the great scene. By special request he gave this address last Sunday evening at St. Paul's church in Lincoln and won much favorable comment. We are fortunate to secure this address just at the time tliat everyone is interested in this world renowned exhibition. All are cordially invited. W. C. Harper. Pastor. Farmers, call and see that new stock of bug gies just received by T. M. Reed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Suie of Nebraska i * ss Sh. rMt Count. ' The Slate of Nebraska In Count. Court within and for Sherman count; Nebraska. June ilst I9h> 1c ifcv natter of tbe estate of Louts Piersot deceased. To tbe creditors of said estate. You are hereby notified that I will sit at the count, court room ia Loup CUT. in said rx-un it#; nd da. of Sept* mber Ifh' at one o riw-s b K and on tbe ttbb day of Decem ber. ISIt at one o'clock I*. m to receive and • xaimne all claims acainst -aid estate, with a new to tbeir adjustment and allow ance The time limited for tbe pres* Elation of rlain - aeaiust said estate is six month' from the i-'ro da. of July, and tbe urne limned for payment of debit i* one year from said :Sad day of July. A D. 191b. Witness my band and U e seal of naid Coun ty Court, ibis ;ist day of June. !9!». E A St I'm County Judge. (Last pub. July It. We Are Milling the best flour that ever was put on the market for Quality and uniformi ty. It is known as Whit* Satin flour and whenever and wherever it has been given a fair trial the result lias always proved our claim. Your grocer keeps it. Loup City Mill A LightCo. LET OS GROW TOGETHER $85,000 represents in round numbers the Growth in De posits during the last year 59,000.00 rep C33nts the Increase in Loans to our patrons over the figures of a year ago. '•% hich means that this bank has grown in the con fidence of the public, and has grown in ability to be of genuine service to its clients. It nr eans that more of our people than ever before arc profiting by a close alliance wit a strong, safe and well-managed bank There's a profit for you in becoming a depositor with the LOOP (ITT STITE Oil Capital and Surplus. £37.500 SPECIALS! WHERE! CONHISER’s WHEN? WHEN? I 9 Every Saturd'y Watch The Progress Of Farm Development in Wyoming The Richest Indevrloped State in the nest Go with me on one of our personally conducted laudseek ers excursions to THE BIG HORN BASIN ihe tirst and third Tuuiitys of each mouth. *i_d see wlist the farm er* are doing on these new iano* where tne Burlington Railroad is building new line*: where new n.wns offer splendid business open ing* in ah lines i f trade and profession Examine these lands personally with me. I win help you to pick out the best. I a in employed by the Burlington Railroad for this nnr purj*ose. Our Homeseekers* Ticket allows you 25 dais with stopovers every where in homeseeker's territory; ampie time to examine the iat.d and spend a few days fishing in the mountam streams if yon like. See the irrigated lands where the ditches are built bv the Govern ment and alsobv private companies, and the Mondell 200-a*re tree homesteads all on or trip. Syeoia v prepared Wyoming literature just off the press. Write tor it today. D. Clem Doaver, General A^ent Land Seekers Information Bureau 10m Fa marc Street Omaha. yebr. . The New Century Cultivator Is All Right- No Spring or Levers Neces sary. Call and see it at T. M. Reed’s FENCE POSTS We have a good stock of lumber and all kinds of building material on hand. A carefully assorted stock of Fence Posts ranging in price from 120 to 2EO No trouble to figure your bills anil show our stock LEININ6ER LUMBER. CO., Loud City Neb.