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Fsri Model T Tonii Car
Five Passengers. Four Cylinders VV.th eit> !:*uiti top. automatic brass windshield, •|«edomeier. two ti-ineh «ra# lainpa, generator, three oil lamp#, horn and tools, all for £7.80, F. O. K. Detroit. Tlii> same car with three oil lamps, norn and tools. $700. "E^/u.rLSfoo'u.t \ Tv/o Passengers, Four Cylinders With ex?oii*ieN top, autos- atic brass windshie'd, speedometer, two 5-incli iras lamps, <«encrator three oil lamps, horn and tools, all for £72-r> F. 0. Ji. De troit. This sain** car with 3 oil lamps, horn and tools. £64o, f. o. b. Detroit. The Ford Model T car* will not be exhibited at any of the New York Shows—but there »iil be a “eontinuoa* performeuce at our Show rooms, South Oth street, where vou mav see, examine and test the famous Ford Model T ears. Ford Model T cars are standard in all that the word implies. Kight years of serviee over all kidds <>’ r >a*is under all weather eonditions, and so successful, so satisfactorv to users, that there re today over 6<>,0(J0 Ford cars in use the world over, and of ahis number more than S&jUOO are Ford Model T cars alone. Hew .cL ’•*-!r«r to invest in a Ford Model T car tnat you know has been successfully in i ed. Now, y«<u don t want to pay fer experimenting: you want to buv a car that ha* pr v ii itself Buy a Ford Model T and you will not be disappointed. Ford Model T will save you money on tires, one set running from 5,000 to 8,000 miles. Ford Model T cars save you money save you money in gasoline, because the Ford Model T _r * • fr<<rn JO to ‘15 mill's on one gallon of vasoline. Ford Model T care have all the speed you want. No trouble to cover 4 to 40 miles an hour. Ford Model T cars have Ixt'ii tested on good reads and bad roads, city streets, country ■M^mmd^miow and slush, but you never heard of one failing to meet expectations. Ford Model T care quickly understood because of their extreme simplicity in design and !. r ugM. etbcd of construction. They are built to run without bother and they do it. Ford Model T cars have the left drive. S'e the convenience of this. You are always on or. the n_r * side <•* the street when y >u stop. Your passengers are not obliged to walk ar *uL i the car to reach the sidewalk, and when entering they step right from the curb into machine M hen paanng another car you can see clearly and liability of accident is avoided. Tne Ford Model T is an ideal car lor city use because of its easy and positive control. VI ben the streets are congested von can send thr Ford through slowly without stopping: you an turn ar.i wind and almost twist, with positive confidence that the car will always respond j without -akii.j your hads from the wheel. Investigate this ferture and you will find that no( other c.j r car g;ve you the same simplicity, safe tv and ease of control. Ford Model T. the car without extras—we press- on this and \vp t rets on the price. There is nothing uncertain; when you get a Ford you get a completely equipped ear and you get a perfectly built car. The price vou pav us is made possible only value at the lowest posible price. The price you pay us is made'dossible only by the magnitude of our manufacturing facilities and the magnitude of our output. 20,1000 Ford Model T cars were made in 1910 and 30,000 more will be made in 1911. Ford Service to Ford Owners offers the most complete service organization in Amer ica. Every Ford dealer, and ihere are 3,000 of them in this country, carries a full supply of Ford parts. Every branch house is a central supply depot for surrounding territory. At L«*ng Island City; New York and Kansas City, Mo., are immense warehouses, making it con venient for the Ford dealers and Ford owners to obtain parts without delay. Compare the Ford Model T car with anv other car, regardless of size or price, compare it for its general usefulness. Compare it in the economy of i.s Maintenance Compare it in the assurance of protection a ter the purchase has been made. Compare the companies be hind the cars. Compare the records of the cars, and we know you will buy a FORD MODEL T. FORD Model T Touring Car. 5 passenger, fully equipped.8 780 00 FORD Model T Touring Car, with 3 oil lamps, horn and tools, only. 700 00 FORD Model T Torpedo Runabout, with 3 oil lamps, horn and tools. 725 00 FORD Model T Torpedo Runabout, with 3 oil lamps, horn and tools. 645 00 FORD Model T Open Runabout, fullv equipped. 680 (X) FORD Model T Open Runabout, with 3 oil lamps, horn and tools . <>00 00 FORD Model T Roadster, with Rumble Seat, fully equipped.. 680 00 FORD Model T with Rumble Seat, with 3 oil lamps, horn and tools. 600 00 FORD Model T Coupe, the classiest car of its kind on the market . 1050 00 FORD Model T Town Car, the De Luxe edition. 1200 00 These prices are all F. O. B. Detroit LOUP CITY. NEBR. THE NORTHWESTERN' ***'■* • m.i tuh irr«:DiHAiff«Hn r“rw* «*' 1 tir tor tr*c% * •• UUTt* c. itor t %.U •» h«COBd cimmm KiaIU-t Office Phone. - 6 on 21 Residence. - - 3 on 21 J H. HI KI.KItiH. YaI and Pub Candidates' Cards ‘ •rtrr smiufmun; 1 tow*; mix. mt Hu!! a raadidtotr lor " ol Mrftiok of Sbrraafi ctnlBly •-1 to ttor BUI ‘4 (tor fraumi aad Bonn **•* Wton at (tor raa:« pr.tun tlrrttn K b HEX bKICKSOX * **"' ^ ototooutur '.LK 1 am a r*adid*lr lor ’-S' ' W <«v»aty s.vwrutwndcnl ol School* totorrmaa ami) Ktora»toa oa ttor Krput> r** itohr- ..rttoi to ttor a iU of ttor voter* at Ur OKM Kiawtoa Yovir *upport will tor «pfWi nu J M(a« a K Hniwiao a It**. tm-.or ail »rtf aa a caartKIite lor « o' « ..ue.i> to p- nueolrai of School. •4 Mrtam io.ti, . ••jcrt Vo the ro-d will ol ’-•* bum II 1-rat oJ l*-i— . ode prodeal voter* at ttor tore.! primary rfertiwto I rartve*tlv «to4*«at poor **ppun j, y Craaiut — _ nr < *to a r rutv.i BBS I too aoo. .a.. o.y .atoi!.dary tor ttoe ol Bar <g Tama nm oi rf Smm outf ubjn i - * ■ -ad pop.!:*! vol* * r 1 at lto» ■ "ttitf Attru.l priauc 'f 're'll* I UVi I ...VO HI- U I torn v*t ttaravr ttvvrf a catodidalr lor ttoe *•" (f Tr»i - .rer *«f >b>-rmaa cuuety vjtijo t toito <to< i.i-« «f u* toaurrMu aad p.poliat at ttor coming ve/t.1 primary elec *• o. K 1'rrriniv r<« . at ary Jet** I torn toy aaaouao. myarlf aa a ratodldale for or . «' > o -tit. J-drr of tolieroitoti .-ouaty *■- 1 r-vl tr ttor dr. . .-ua of ttoe democratic aad * toil, pradeat party voter* at tbr com -«f tend pitouv* K A. SMITH nm .«Mtif r V* X, Trietod* aad ttoe Voter* off Sherman I hen i t atotooutoee my*rlf aa a candidate for aa <Sn g idrnf •< saernma nraoly .till «•* |* ttor (ud ait of ttor ftrpublvcaa voter* at ttor Avvgur- primary . tor In* I rararaily “*rs ttor avipport of all mural upright dit to* Hihuj Jidtwti. mm ■ t vi t <uu To ttor Ilmuraur aad I'eoplr • ladrpeod rat voter* or llrmai -out) : i hereby make ttotot ttotot I am tofwr yoa lor raumiaation tow ttor nfcr a/ Cov-tilJ < lerk and will nurit ■ wataa aad eCorta ,a my behalf at the pri mary Aurwat Utt IM1. V. C 1»man at A* we editorially propliesied a lew weeks' since. Mr. F. M. Henry tiled *e»trrdA> for Uit republican notuina lias for < ounty Treasurer. His an nouncement. with editorial comment BkOht favorable, will appear nest week • Neat week will appear the an nouncement* of I'nrle Lou Williams and Harry < 1. Miner, both good men *nrl both well and favorably known, as candidate for sheriff before the re publican primaries Lack of space for editorial commsnt causes us to bold over both comment and an nounn-mente UiJ nest issue. In the political announcements tt.t- week will be found Uiat of W. C. IMebrrirbk asking a rencuiiiriation to the of count y clerk at the will at his democrat and populist friends. Thu* far no opposition to him lias developed, and no one lias !*-en spo ken of on either side to try conclu d *ith him. which certainly is - of his record and his S ,<rfta»to«thePrt“l»ela«* We tiavt 1 number<>f friends who are readers of the Northwestern at a distance who are a little behind on their subscription. We dislike sending them statements to that effect and we trust this item will oail their attention to the matter and the} remit at an early day. NOTICE T( > CREDITORS Slaw* of Nebraska i ^ > **• Nhfr&ao I'ounty » Stale of Nebraska la Countv Court within and for Sherman county Vebr June »»tb 1911. In the matter of the estate of Mary E Weller, decease*! To the Creditors of said estate: You art* hereby notified, that I will sit at ih* county courtroom in Loup City, in said county on the 15th day of January. 1912. at the l>o'clock a. m.t to receive and *txmm me all claims against said estate with a view to their adjustment and allowance. The time homed for the presentation of 1 iaims against said estate is the lath day of January A. D 1912. and the time limited for payment of debts is one year fis-m said 15th day of January. 1912. W tnes. my hand and the seal of said coun ty court this _i>tb day of June. 1911. seai.| K. A. Smith. County Judge. East pub July 13) NOTICE TO NONRESIDENT DEFEND ANTS In the District Court of Sherman Couuty, Ne braska Thomas M Reed and Hattie L. Reed. Plaint iffs. vs. i;.- rg. w Russell, Bessie Olive Russell. Joe M New Russell, an infant, and William A. Ku-- an infant heirs at law of William A Russell, deceased. Josephine Russell, --uardian of said infants, and Josephine Rus sell wn;ow of William A. liuaeell. deceased Defendants The State of Nebraska: * \ To each and all of the above-named de fendants You will take notice that on the 13th day of June 1911. the above-named plaintiffs Bled their amended petition in said District Court of bht-rtuan county. Nebraska, against you and ea< h or you. the object and prayer of which amended petition are to quiet and con firm the title of the plaintiff Thomas M. Reed, in and to the following described real estate situate in Sherman county. Nebraska, to-wit; A i-enain piece or parrel of land lying and in the northwest quarter of the nerth «est quarter of section eighteen, in township nrteen. no-th of range fourteen, west of sixth " ■ and which la more particularly de scribed as follows: Commencing at the south east corner of the said northwest quarter of 1 h*- said northwest quarter of said section eighteen and running thence north ninety feet to the point or place of beginning, run ning thence north two hundred and ten feet, thence west three hundred feel, thence south two hundred and ten feet, and thence east three hundred feet to the place of beginning, against each and all of said defendants, and to re*oy« the cloud caused by the record of a certain deed which is recorded in book thlr leea »t P*ge 3B0 of the deed records of said county And to nerpetually enjoin the defend ants and each of them, and all persons claim ing by. through, or under them from claiming any interest in said premises adverse to that °f plaintiffs, and from Interrupting plaintiffs' use and enjoyment of the same, and for such other relief ns justice ahd equity may require. You are required to answer said petition on or before Ihe seventh day of August, 1911. Dated this 20th day of June. 1911 Thomas M. Reed abi> Hattie L. Reed My Their Attorneys: Plaintiffs. R J Nightingale and H. S. Nightingale ROAD NOTICE (Nowak) The commissioner appointed to lo cate a road commencing at the quar ter stake between sections thirteen and fourteen, and running thence south one-half mile on section line and terminating at the southwest comer of said section thirteen, all in township fifteen, range thirteen, lias reported in favor of the establish ment thereof, and a(l objections thereto, or claims for damages, must lie filed in the County Clerk’s office on or before noon of the 31st day of July. 1911. or such roaa will be estab lished without reference thereto, W. C: Dietkricus, Co. Clerk. (Last pub. June July 13) Straw Hat Season Now On I have prepared to meet the de mand in Straw Hats. Prices, 25c to $3 PANAMAS, $4 to $7 LOflEflTZ The Reliable Clothier DJI FISTULA 1 llCS Pay vka Cared All Rectal Diseases cured with out a surgical operation. No chloroform, ether or other gen eral anesthetic used. CURE GUARANTEED to last LIFE TIME. Examination Free. RUPTURE CURED without an operation. Pay when Cured. DR. RICH SPECIALIST Ckroais Diseases si Kta sal Wotnea all Skin Diseases. Otlice Oppoiita City Hall. Inal lilaai, Rafc. 1 ■Mn-AUIvaal I TMH[I ROBERT P. STARR (Successor to M. H. Mead) Bonded Abstracter Loup City, • Nebraska. Only set of Abstract books io county FfrBN' RS Hak©s S®® \ Ree^ f * r\\\cVci^- \ * Vick'e ro" ‘"rat Bon<*' \ , PW.cVen.. \ PiC r>»«»'*• „ f„t ftWe» C . t _0 \ \ & ’i^«r »'S»“ p“"\ Wsss-**“;5 ^ W «*»•' Gfechep Gombiped D|SC COPP PLAPJEP The Grechen Disc Planter can be operated both as a hill and drill drop planter,doing perfect work as either. Farmers who are using it claim that it is one-third lighter draft than any runner planter HATH u PST - GALLAW A Y HAPDWAPE GO. Strengthens feeble Cdomen .-d Sfr “bsu“u“s u»‘ *•» t.« come irregular in their action, the nerves Riv^ wav undlr T,1 *fSe " blood becomes impoverished and tl»e results a eompIeteeollapSe. * ^ Nval’s "Vegetable Prescription N5’afl<t Th9eiaiHtf>rCSCription fs thc foundation for the building of perfect health,—one that will stand the strain imposed upon it Remember that this is not a “patent'" tiny a prescription medicine, composed of inured unr*nt^re reeommendinjf it is we can t«H you what they are ' * eaients of wt[l known virtues and proved that it does unrepresented! * ' egetable Prescription —results liave 19-00 for a large bottle. A very tine line of rubber syrinjjes, etc., now in stock*1 K00<te* U hot w*ter bottles, fountain Swanson & I^ofholm. '