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Fird Mil T Toil Car
Five Passengers. Four Cylinders am With extension top. automatic brass windshield, speedometer, two tf-inch gas lamps, generator, three oil lam|4. born and tools, alt for $7.HO, F. O. B. Detroit. This same ear with thne oil Iain}*, norn and tools, $700. ' "r^iarLa'bo'u.t Two Passengers, 7our Cylinders Witli extension top. autor atie brass windshie'd, speedometer, two 5-ineh <ras lamps, generator three oil 'lamps, horn and tools, all for £725 F. 0. li. De troit. This same ear with 3 oil lamps, horn and tools, £645. f. o. b. Detroit. The Ford Model T car* will uot be exhibited at any of the New York Shows—but therel *ill be a “eoutinuour performencC* at our Show rooms, South 9th street, where you may see, examine and test the famous Ford Model T cars. Ford Model T cars are standard in ail that the word implies. Eight years of servieeoverl all kidds of roads under all weather eonditions, and so successful, so satisfactory to users, that there ar«* today over ♦*«*/KJU Ford cars in use the world over, and of ahis number more than *5,<JUU are Ford Model T cars alone. Hew much better to invest in a Ford Model T car tnat you know has been successfully tried and tested. Now, you don't want to pay fer experimenting; you want to buv a car that has proven itself. Buy a Ford Model T and you will not be disappointed. Ford Model T will *a%-e 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 goes fr<»tn HO to miles on one gailon of yasoline. * Ford Model T care have all the speed you want. No trouble to cover 4 to 40 miles an haur. Ford Model T cars have been tested on good reads and bad roads, city streets, country .ud. sand, *n«»w 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 *be thoroujrha n.etbcd of construction. Thev are built to run without bother and they do it. Ford Model T ear* have the left drive. See the convenience of this. You are always on the right side of the street when y >u stop. Your passengers are not obliged to walk around the car to reach the sidewalk, aud when entering they step right from the curb into machine M hen pasring another car you can see clearlv and liabilitv of accident is avoided. The Ford Model T is an ideal car for city use because of its easy and positive control. M ben the street* are congested you can send thr Ford through slowly without stopping; you an turn and wind and almost twist, with positive confidence that the car will always respond without takn.j your had* from the wheel. Investigate this ferture and you will find that no Uher car can give you the same simplicity, safety and ease of control. Ford Model T, the ear without extras—we press on this ami we press on the price. There is nothing uncertain; when you get a Ford you get a completely equipped «ar and you get a perfectly built car. The price you pay 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. 20,000 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, «nd vhere 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 Long 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 iis 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 vou will buy a FORD MODEL T. * s FORD Model T Touring Car, 5 passenger, fully equipped.% 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, fully equipped. 680 00 FORD Model T Open Runabout, wish 3 oil lamps, horn and tools . 600 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 (X) FORI) Model T Town Car,.the De Luxe edition. 1200 00 These prices are all F. O. B. Detroit LOUP CITY, NEBR. THK NORTHWESTERN CilMa —liiftpra truk ir r tin m adtauci Eaiatac at U»up Calf FukW&cc for irtai **ros«*» Hr Bkii« M fcecood cimm moitcr Office Phone. - 6 on 21 Residence. - - 3 on 21 d- W. HI KLEKiH. Ed. aid P«b Candidates' Cards —. m _ n>« i>i<fucT jru.i I hereby pant ejMlf t. a rufuliit for Judpr«< Ui> Trrlfu Judicial Uutrln sub *“«•“* Aaetnwa of the Kepubticaa electors ** »»•%- * WUt AM AAenAAA COUfiUe* cOfi. * '■“ ;a*ni»l district I ewU spore < *st» paw support AtbK Wall. fait *7T Sim pmuorr m> u • r s raM c.:. tor i of Itches da «f bhrnaaa cwitf. ■t.! ■ r tic dettx- rat and popu i raw Isa pci alary clreUoa K b HKNOKIt KstlX that 1 am a candidate for i bynitwbil af hrbanla » StUaka oa the ft pab- j the ail of tbc voters. primartes Your support a ill »t«t a Is Hoitucta i a- ».tui .and,date tor ' 'M". jr subject to tbr rood will of 1 aatiipin . thdrpm • • tot. r. -try eietiioa I earnestly L H ITUtlu »«a iora r ttu«rut at) candidacy far tbr of b a couaty subject to and poptiitst vot er Le o-ati A artist prtasa " I'ttH Luataits re n->sejf a candidate for the lA 'le -tnaa c<-untj subject baaraur sad pspaBM Auras* pciaiacy elec O. 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Misca r* 0 ■ • t »tt «i pa* Tsttoe t»ra»«-T»i»r — H-optr • UrArprml , ,0,1- at Wuerai no ooaaty: I Irttiii aiafcc - (Pat I aa Mar taa tor rraoaatoauoo ^LoiarrlOaaitarUuf oil] —— - - , 1TT- *a0 «ao>— la my brbalt at tbr prt _T„ m >wa —1 ^ W. C Untiuiat a J Join—«n yesterdai filed his atU‘ the qButity clerk for So pprimt Hfcirin *0. 4. A1 would W. G. Tucker of Webster township] on Monday of this week filed with ] the county clerk as a democratic canj] didate for the office of sheriff. We hear that a Litchfield man by the name of Eichenback is out for the republican nomination for coun ty clerk. Lhougli he has not filed up to this writing. The drought which seemed to have Nebraska in its firm grasp for a sea son that bid fair to knock crop pros pects into smithereens, has gone into innocuous disuetude. and all nature has put on a new facial expression. For sheriff. Harry Miner this week >hies his castor into the ring and asks through the announcements in this paper a nomination to that office by republican voters at the coming pri mary election. Harry has received generous responses of support from over the county.which if fulfilled will make him a formidable candidate in the field Among the announcements this week is that of Sheriff L. A. Williams asking for renomination by republi cans to tliat office which he has so faithfully and efficiently filled. We can wiseiy judge of the future bv the past, and in so doing, if Uncle' Lou ( should be re-nominated, which spells election, a repetition of his good work will result as a matter of course. This week, the Northwestern pre sents to its readers the card of Mr. F- M. Henry asking for republican nomination to the office of countv treasurer. F. M. Henrv is too well and favorably known to the people of this county to make anv word from us of added value with those who know him best. He is peculiarly well fitted for the duties of that office. Among lli anounceraents in tlie pa per tills week will be found that of *v H. Simpson, asking the republi can nomination for County Treasurer at tiie coming primary election. Will >impson has been a resident of Loup City for a longer period than lias the writer of this, lias been closely iden tified with her financial interestsand lias a host of friends thoughout the county and will prove a strong man in tiie race for the office of treasurer. We tills week present thecandidacv of Judge Aaron Wall for Judge of tli is Twelfth Judicial District. Aaron Wall is one of tiie best known and and most able lawyers and jurists in the state, and known far and w ide as one of tiie most noted and success ful eiponents of law practicing in central Nebraska. He ranks with the highest in ability and his services are always called in this and adjoin ing counties requiring the most ex pert legal talent. Cases of great note requiring best talent are very few in Custer, Valley or Sherman counties wliere Judge Wall is not called on one side or the other, and as district judge in tiie early history of this sec tion of tiie state Ills history is ample evidence of his ability to fill that try ing official position. Sherman couni ty, without, regard to political differ ences, is proud of its noted legal son and will undoubtedly give him a good substantial majority at the primary, and if nominated a much larger ma jority at the November election. Moon Creek Items | Kay McCullough spent Sunday at the Foss home. The annual Sehool Meeting of Dis trict Xo. 14 was held Monday evening. Several business matters "of impor tance were brought up and decided: among which is the building of an | anti-room for comfort and conven ience. Mr. Thomas Clark purchased a new McCormick Binder on Tuesday. Mrs. W. C. Harper and son Ford called at the Fross home Tuesdav [ afternoon. A. S. Fross purdhased some pure blood Holstein cattle the latter part of last week. Eleven girls of Mrs. Fross S. S. Class were entertained by their teach er last Wednesday. The girls seemed to enjoy the day as did those who entertained them. Miss Lydia Jensen visited friends in this neighborhood last week, and on returning home was accompanied by her brother Howard. Mr. Criss Baumann is frequenting this side of the river, wander what the attraction is? ' Frank Fross gho is working with the Lee brothers, spent Sundav at home. Master Carl Selirock, little grand son of O. S. Fross, returned home this Wednesday accompanied bv Iva ■ Fross. Several families of this neighbor- j hood were represented in the oheery i pickers at the Stenger farm last week. ■ i NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT DEFENDANT The Stale of Nebraska: To George F. Ptlaester, non-resident defend ant: You will take notice that on the 10th day of May, 1911. the First National Bank of Loup City, Nebraska, plaintiff herein, filed its peti tion in the District Court of Sherman county. Nebraska, against you. impleaded with An drew W. Ptlaester. Ptlaester Brothers, and Lewis s. Howe, the object and prayer of which are to foreclose two certain chattel mortgages executed by you and the said Andrew W. Ptlaester and Ptlaester Brothers upon certain chattel property situate in Sherman county. Nebraska, to-wit: One chattel mortgage, dat ed December 31. 1910. and Hied for record Jan uary 11. lilli. in the county clerk's office of said county, executed by George F. Ptlaester and Andrew W. Pfiaester to the plaintiff to secure the sum of I3UUO.OP. payable on April an. mu. with interest from date of ten per cent per annum, and one certain chattel mortgage ex ecuted by Ptlaester Brothers to the plaintiff on March 24. mil. and filed for record in the connty clerk's office in said county on March 25. mil. to secure the pavmentof the said sum orH«»0.00onAprI130.mil. and also the fur ther sums of S295.S5. payable January si. mu $100.50 payable on demand, and $124.75. paya ble on demand, with Interest at ten per rent per annum, and upon which said mortgages there is due the plaintiff the sum of $91100 with interest on $0X5 84 from May 5. 1911 and on $225.25 from|March 24, 1911. at ten per cent per annum: and plaintiff prays for a decree that defendant be required to pay the same, or that the following described chattel prop^ erty oe sold to satisfy the amount found due by the court, to-wit: 27 head of cows, 5 years old and upwards; one span of mules, named Jack and Jennie; one double harness for mules; one 7-year-old mare, named, Bessie, sorrel with bald face; one 8-year-old mare, named Dollie, bay with white stripe in face: one children's swinging hay stacker, one hay wagon, one set of harness, one scraper, one lister, one disc, one old wagon, one corn bind er. two riding cultivators, one three-row cul tivator, one sulky rake, one hay aweep, one two-section harrow, one double harness one walking, sixteen-inch plow, one sulky disc plow, one set of pump tools, consisting of two chain wrenches and two pipe wrenches, one grindstone, an undivided one-half interest in all the corn, except the Criss corn. 554 bushels and an undivided one-half interest in two sor rel mare yearling colts now on the Howe farm You are required to answer said petition on or before the 14th day of August. 1911. Dated this 26th day of June. 5911. The First National Bank or Loop city Nebraska. Plaintiffs. By R. J. and H. S. Nightingale, its attorneys Last pub. july $9 NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT DEFEND ANTS. In the District Court of Sherman County. Ne braska: _ _ , Thomas M. Reed and Hattie L. Reed. Plaint ills. vs. George W. Russell. Bessie Olive Russell. Joe McNew Russell, aa infant, and William A i Russell, an infant! heirs at law of William A. Russell, deceased. Josephine Russell. 1 guardian of said infants, and Josephine Rus sell. widow of William A. Ruaeell. deceased. Defendants The State of Nebraska: To each and ail of the above-named de fendants: You will take notice that on the 13th day of June. 1911. the above-named plaintiffs Hied their amended petition in said District Court or Sherman county. Nebraska, against you and each of you. the object and prayer of which amended petition are to quiet and con firm the title cf the plaintiff. Thomas M. Reed, in and to the following described real estate situate in Sherman county. Nebraska, to-wit: A certain piece or parcel of land lying and being in the northwest quarter of the north west quarter of seotioo eighteen, in township flfteeu. no th of range fourteen, west of sixth P. M.. and which i« more particularly de scribed as follows: Commencing at the south east corner of the said northwest quarter of the 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 feet, 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 remove the cloud caused by the record of a certain deed which is recorded in book thir teen. at page 360 of the deed records of said county, and to perpetually 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 i of plaintiffs, and from interrupting plaintiffs' use and enjoyment of the same, and for such 1 other relief as justice ahd equity may require. You are required to answer said petition on | or before Ihe seventh day of August, 1911. I Dated this 20th day of June. 1911. Thomas M. Reed and Hattie L. Reed. By Their Attorneys: Plaintiffs. R. J. Nightingale And H. S. Nightingale Last pub. july 13 NOTICE TO CREDITORS I State of Nebraska, i > ss. Sherman County. I State of Nebraska In County Court within and for Sherman county. Nebr.. June 30th. 1#H. „ „ In the matter of the estate of Mary E. Weller, deceased. To the Creditors of said estate: You are hereby notified, that I will sit at the county conn room in Loup City, in said county on the 15th day of January. 1914. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., to receive and exam ine all claims against said estate, with a view to their adjustment and allowance. The time limited for the presentation of claims against said estate is the lath day of January A. D. 1919. and the time limited for payment of debts is one year from said 15th day of January. 1914. Witness my hand and the seal of said coun ty court, this 40th day of June. l*ll. . , ISKAt.] K. ▲. SMITH. County Judge. (Last pub. July IS) A. J. KEARNS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1‘hoae, SO. Office at Real deuce Two Doors East of Telephone Central Lnnp Eitjj. - Nebraska R. H. MATHEW, Attorney-at-Law, And Bonded Abstractor, Loup City, Nebraska O. E. LONGACRE PHYSICIAN Hi SURGEON Office, Over New Bank. TELEPHONE CALL, NO. 39 ' DR. J. R. GREGG VETERINARY SURGEON Loup City, Nebr. Treats all diseases of domestic ani mals. Teeth work a specialty. Office Phone, - 3 on 72 !s. A. ALLEN. DEJYTIST, LOUP CITY, - - NEB. Office up stairs in the new State Bank building. w7 L. MARCY, HENTXST* LOUP CITY. NEE OFFICE: East Side Public Senate. Phone. 10 on 36 A. S. MAIN PHYSICIAN 111 SURGEON Loup Gity, Nebr. Office at Residence. Telephone Connection ROBERT R. STARR (Successor to M. II. Mead) Bonded Abstracter Loup Citt, - Nebraska. Only set of Abstract hooks in count v pjl FISTULA A IICw PaywImiCutd All Rectal Diseases cored 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 amt Skis tcm.n Oflic* OHnlh City HalL ■ ■ ■ t Gfechep Combiped DISC GORP PLAPTEP The Crechen 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. PAYPU PST - GA LLA WAY hardwape eo. " -... ' — 111 Strengthens feeble 3domen „ i But very few women possess constitutions that will withstand the wear and tear of daily routine— Be it in the home, the office, the schoolroom, the store, or in the facto | ry—there is an excessive strain on the delicate functional organs—these be come irregular in their action, the nerves give way under the strain, the : blood becomes impoverished and the result is a complete collapse. N?al’s Vegetable prescription If taken in time, will guard against this—its tonic properties will fortifv the system, supply a nourishing blood flow. act as a sedative and tonic to tiie nerves, and bring about regularity in iwdy functions. JNyal's Vegetable prescription Is the foundation for the building of perfect health,—one that will stand the strain imposed upon ft Remember that this is not a -patent" that we are recommending—it is a prescription medicine, composed of ingredients of well known virtues and we can tell you what they are We will stand back of Neal's Vegetable Prescription—results have proved that it does as represented. li.00 for a large bottle. A very tine line of rubber goods, such as hot water bottles, fountain syringes, etc., now in stock. Swanson & Lofholm.