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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1899)
Mr. Knapp of Davis Creek whs In the
city election day.
Dr. Jones Is making a new barn out
of his old one.
L. G Fisher of Custer county was in
the city Wednesday.
Ernest Pilger came up from Lincoln
to attend the election.
J. D. Ford bought a nice bunch of
calves last Wednesday,
Mrs. J. 8. Pedler is reported to be
puite sick at present.
T. S. Nightingale made a professional
trip to Ord, Wednesday.
M. P. Ford has moved into the hou»e
vacated by John Horn.
Rev. Jeenrlchs and daughter went to
Grand Island yesterday.
W J. Fisher went to Davis Creek
yesterday oe business.
Election day was the fairest among
the foul political filth.
David Doner of Washington twp. was
in the oity Wedneaday
S. F. Reynolds 1* again able to be out
after his severe Illness.
Mr. A. Sutton moved hia family to his
ranch near Ord, yesterday,
A Boose was is in the city election
day making the blind see.
E. A, Draper reports thesehool house
ali plastered except the halls
D. D, Grow of Webster township,
was a pleasant caller Wednesday.
Oeo. Deiuinger of the east aide smiled
in on hs Wednesday while in the city.
Mr. B. A. McDowell of Washington
twp. was a pleasant caller this morning.
Will Engle of near Clear Creek, left
Thursday for the east part of the state.
I. 8. Sheppard has a fine line of mu
sical instruments on baud which you can
buy at half the usual pr ice.
Judge Wall left Wednesday mor
ning for Broken Bow to attend district
Three flour and feed stores In lown
and'dtimplin duat is booming.
Miss Minnie Gilbert who is teaching
near Ravenna, spent Sunday at home.
J. T. Hale purchased a new windmill
and tank from James Rentfrow Satur
B. T. Snyder has moved into the
Walworth residence in the west part of
Rollan Shuttler left yesterdav for
Riverton, Neb , where he has accepted
a position in a mill.
Miss Fannie Ford will, in a few days
go to Cheyenne Wy., to spend the win
ter with relative*.
John Oblson took it gang of men to
Comstock Monday to begin work on
the uew brick store at that place.
Carsten Truelaen and A P. Culley
returned Tuesday from a trip to Mis
souri in 'he Interest of their stock busi
Geo. E Hotohkins has his tlour and
feed store In condition to accommodate
the public. Read his new ad in'this
John Clark will start his feed mill
next week. He will grind feed by the
bushel or for tole, and will keep flour
and feed for sale.
You should call at T. M. Reeds when
you want anything in the furniture line.
He has a fine stock to select from.
Don't be led astray and made to be
lieve Stout there's something just as
good as Rocky Mountain Tea There's
nothing half as good.
Quickly cure constipation and
ebulld and invigorate the entire system
ever gripe or nauseate— DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers.
W. 9. Waite and wife went to the!
home of Mrs. Waite's parents near Ord.
yesterday to pay a visit to friends in
that vicinity before they start south
for the winter.
We have for sale a full supply of
blank mortgages, deeds, land leases,
notes ami mortgage notes on hand. All
printed on best quality paper and are of
the best forms and print Warranty
deeds to conform with county deed
Will Built* will offer at public vendue |
a lot of cattle, couaUtlng of milk co*.* 1
better* anti bull*, work horaea, huff*, j
farm machinery ami bouteholil good*
Male will commence ai 10:00 a. Ill, at
bl* farm two mile* nortbwe*t of A«b
ton. on Thuraday Nov. f.1. iHiw.
Ilun N W. rrlnce,uf<>rai.it leland.
•ml who waa billed to make a Itepubli
can *peecb at North l oop, came to
Loup City Monday evening by mletak*.
The mUtake waa made bjr the repute
Hern Male Central <omuiittee who It
Mam* got the two place* wived.
Mr J, ft. ftnl io*i ff*«o la*t a a**. but
afta* • leaping over the mailer coeclud
ad that he hum I have dropped ll at a
••ruin place where he gat* a man tom*
change the m at morning upon go
tug to the place thought ml he had the
great eatUfactliwa of beholding Me man
A Logan leen>bip gentleman informa
we that a whir! a tad cam* from it* »**t
*P| areally aUrtlwg from the old farm
•I tn t ook and eweepiag weal and
mag i If teg the polling place la aa an
;?v> eieble and ta »>m» vaunt d leg race
fwl manner It U aa.d hr eon man nhnm
no eeeeapoetnd *mh iinhM Lem.
John Jan* of Oak Creek, will shortly
bulk] a brick hou«e 18x26 ft.
Wahl hr ton township elected a full sot
of republican township officers.
The carpenters are at work ceiling
overhead In the a.ore building occupied
by A. E. Chase.
W. T.Chase was having the broken
place* in the plastering In hi* store
mended this week.
James Reiitfrow will pay $3 50 per ton
for old Iron, castings, etc and 5 cents
per pound for copper and hrasa.
Healthy, happy babies. Mothers say
Rocky Mountain Tea Is the greatest
baby medicine In the world. 35 cents.
If you want your watch put. in good
repair bv the only first class workman
in the county call on G. H MoKUAN.lhe
The report coming from Litchfield
last week that Mias Klfie Zimmerman
had dyphtherla, was false, sober father
Grace—Better doctor your health be
fore applying beautflylng remedies. Rid
yourself of constipation, indigestion
with Rocky Mountain Tea, anil you’ll
have a beautiful face.
Geo. Ware sr. i* nursing a very had
band, be having got a sand burr In it.
Mrs. Stellmaoher will open up a dress
making establishment in a few days.
Stewart McFadden ii in the dehorn
ing business again, lie dehorned a large
bunch of cattle this week for Frar.k
Otlewskl, also for Beoscbotei Bros,
One Minute trough Cure vuickly cures
obstinate summer cough* and colds. ‘ I
consider it a most wonderful medicine. -
quick and safe.',-\V. W. Merton, May
O. LI. Scott and wife returned last
Tuesday from n three week* visit with
their children in Council Bluffs and the
eaatern part of tbs atate. They report
a pleasant trip.
Irritating stings, bites, scratches,
wounds and cuts soothed and healed by
DeWItt's Witch Hazel Salve,—a sure
and safe application for toitured flesh.
Beware of counterfeits.
Hamilton Clark, of Cbauncy.Ga., savs
he suffered with itching piles twenty
years before trying DeWitt’s Witch Ha
zel Salve, two boxes of which complete
ly cured him. Beware of worthless coun
We have been asked tlie question iu
the past few days if there is a penalty
attached to cvesdropping. We know of
none except to pulverize the parasite.
Its the only way to get rid of them.
For windmills and pumps call on
James Rentfrow. He handles-the beat 1
makes and at the lowest prices. Tanks
all kinds and sizes made to order at
the lowest prices. Pump and windmill
repairs always on hand.
The entertainment and daces given !
by the A. O. U. W, lodge last night was
well attended and very much appreciat
ed by all. The opaning farce was well
raceived, and the floor was then cleared
for dancing which the young folks en
joyed until about midnight.
Dk, Cady's Condition Powdbrs, are
just what a horse needs when In bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge They are not food but med
icine aud tbe best In use to put a horse
in prime condition. Price25 cents per
package For sale by Odendabl Bro's.
Mr. JantasE. MoGray, died at bis re
ildenea in this city, ou Friday evening
November 3rd 1899, at 5.30 p in., of a
■•triplication of diseases, bis lungs and
heart being effected aud dropsy setting
In. He leaves a wife and two small
children to mourn bis taking away. Mr
McCray was born at Jacksonville, Midi,
on the 30th day of Marck 18.16, and was
at bis death 43 years 7 months and 3
days old. He Was educated at Oberlin
College, Ohio. He came to Custer coun
ty, Neb , In the spring of 1887 and ,
located at Sargent, where be llyed un- 1
til the spring of 1808, when be came to ;
I.oup City aud leased the creamery, and
has since been operating it. Mr. Mc
Cray was a gentleman of sterling worth
to a community, of <|uiet, uuostenta- i
tious disposition, and a man whom to]
know was to esteem aud to trust We i
have lost tu Mr, McCray one of our best
citizens. He was a member of the Roy
al Highlanders from which society bis
family will receive one third of a gcrtl.
ftcate of two thousand dollars, he hav
ing belonged to the society less than
one year which according to their law*
entities theta to hut one third «>f the
amount The remains weie taken to
ksigsiit on Saturday aud were Intend
at that place mi Sunday.
Nat He Wises! Way,
It Is not always best to wait until It is
needed Is fore buying a bottle of I hail)
iMSflaiu s t idle, i toiler* and Diarrhoea
Remedy tgut'e Ire^uent y the reined)
la required in the aery busiest •« *,,,i, ,.r
jiatke night an.I nut'll Iwcoe ) em«rn«*
aud sutferteg must he borne liefore i|
can be obtained It costs but a tr ite >,»
1 cuwtMired with Its y«al worth and every
latudy can well afford tu beep it m the. r
bouse it D every w here aebtuiw le.lged
to be Ut* most successful mr.iun,s In
1 the world lor bowel coinpiatm* |*or
sale by li.leadakl Hrua
I'rrtmt bay tag tbss repatrlwg .lose
m **t par lot lor same. 11 | am s«t m
•lora when gosela «re la en pay to •,
II Morgan a ho Is autli>-rtae«t |o f«i|y«t
same Ml naw >bo«a mwat also ba so I
for y««b Yours for boainess
A N NOUN CKM KN T CAIilts.
AT THIS M. K. CIIFRCB.
Quarterly conference of Lonp City M. E.
circuit, will be held at school house No 36
(Datidow appointment) on Saturday, Novem
ber 10th at 7 30 when the Presiding Elder of
the Kearney district, R. C. A. Mustin will
preach, after which a business session will be
held. On Sunday morning, Nov II. at the
same place, ltev. C. A. Mastln will preach
at 10 after which the sacrament of the Lords
Supper will be administered.
Sunday evening, Nov. li.nt M, K. Church
Loup City at 7.80 preaching service by the
Pastor Rev VV. K. Mathews.
A cordial Invitation !» extended to all.
Rev Mastln. the new Presiding Elder of
this district is reputed by many to be the
best preacher In the conference. He has all
the honors that were In the gift of the an
nunl conference and might have had more
had he so desired. He sure arid bear hint at
I,ROMAN EVANGELICAL SBlIVtl KS.
Next Sunday, Novembor 12tb, will be derm
man Evangelical services la this city at the
Haptlst church at 2 o'clock p. u.
Auo. Jhknkich, Pastor.
AT PftKHM VTBU t AN It ALL.
Preaching in the Presbyterian Hall next
Sabbath by Rev, J. M. McCahan, at 10:30 a. rn.
In Austin at 3 p. m. and In RorUvllle at 7:30
All are cordially Invited.
NOTICE To TEACHERS.
The Touchers' Reading Circle of Loup City
division will meet in Loup City on the tlrst
Saturday of each month at 2 o'clock. Lesson
for Nov. 4lh: Pages I to 42 of the -School
master in Comedy and Satire.' All teachers
and others interested in ibe work are urgec
to be present. a. S. Lkiningkh. Pres.
It has been announced that the
Catholic church effected this summer
will be dedicated with imposing cer
emoies on Tuesday November 14th,
l80b, at 9:80 a. m. sharp
by the Rt. Rey. Richard Scanml,
Bishop of Omaha. It is expected
that an immense concourse of peo
ple w ill l>e present, and the oceunion
will be u Red Letter day in the his.
lory of Ashton, and a day that will
be long remembered here.
Born —A daughter was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 8. Fairbairn on
Friday, Nov., 3rd 1899 We extend
congratulations to the parents, and
best wishes of a long and happy life
to the young lady.
Frank Badura was here Saturday
from Loup City, looking after his
August SoDStrom and Lawrence I
Jepaon drove over from Rockville j
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Arthur and
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Couhjacr . f
Loup City were Ashton visitors Sun
Miss Alice Roiee left here Mon !
day morning ior her home at Hell
wood, Neh., after quite a visit in
A!)ram Miller of Pensacola, Fit.,
was a caller Tuesday.
W. M. Smelser informs us that he
has purchased an elegant 8x10 ca
mera, aad that he is now eqwiped to
do any kind of photographic work,
but that he will make a specialty of
out-of-door views of every kind.
Tuesday was election day. and ev
erything passed off smoothly. There
was 117 votes cast at this place. The
towr ship went populist by quit* a
majority. The Socialist Labor par
ty showed quite a marked increase.
Mrs. S. D. Laurpbere left Wednes
day morning bound for Lincoln.
John Sekulera boarded the train
here Wednesday morning for St.
Peter Jepsen of KockvJI. was seen
on our streets Wednes lav miming
I. C. U.
Mr*. l> -ruplljt Wim the guest of b>>r
• ii*ter Mr*. John Htioening, last e.cck.
l lio big road-scraper. under Hi** <||.
reation «*f Sydney Hollister. la doing
(Ai'lrnt »rrvli’i1 n* 11*1! ami l»ry meet
Mr. Hein of l.oup City, gave a talk on
county affair* a! llivld.* school house
l**t Kndiy cernlng, and sheriff I'utlmi
dlscu<*ed *t*le not national *tl air*.
Kn * Hiebel is engaged in building
l»u hundred forty rod** f f**». e around
III* ftflil * tilt h *dJolB* |t|e .,.ho.d
grounds Mr Hkhel in |,oum| to have
tin to*-1 fenced firm m th<* county.
All the good ci|ia*n» of iHvtde hl.-d
theinsetvra to the p«>|!a at the Wigg t
t raek achoot house 11 ,y to •tteii«l
th i rl*i lion
Miss Mia lloj.ister i*• > tt'*• • • ■ g fttun
a 1 sine .h uld' f. the r< uli of a fr>W•*
with her |M*t
l. 'tipt |l) ha* a |u « t li.g 11 in who
Might held I. |!t*r tmc to lh.it |ut«n
**4 * |*tt i o am*! ■ * •. \ ouog i s* It
1 • ■ ■ ’ . • ; , t
ll«l,» stso.tl I wl a* • x»ipl* to ih « >ii
*l,4 |hi*UIIimi lost** I »f failing b In*
pat theiMwisr* It t* i«j .»i*d that ihi*
I* i**» • as t stats rbi'1 I |r to a I. f
1 tans wltt htw thrte li nt * In one *>**, ,g
f arioera I **. htng« tf ois for «b* «i
i One «! •.,» *,, uf «hap|, ,id»
J'HIb M U lIkltH
* hroulc Itiarrh»e» Cured
ibi- is to certify that I have had
chronic diarrhoea ever since the war. ]
Sfof -o weak 1 could hard’v walk nr do
anything, One bottle of chamberlain's
Colic, < le lira urn! Diarrhoea Remedy
cured me Sound and well
•I. R. Giiibs, Fincastle, Va
I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve
years. Three bottles of Chamberlain's
Colic. ('bob ia arid Diarrhoea Remedy
S I,. Aiiavek, Fincaatle, Va.
Both Mr. Gibbs and Mr. Shaver are
prominent farmers end reside near Fin
castle, Va They procured tbe remedy
from Mr. \V. K. Casper, a druggist of
that place, who is well acquainted with
them and will vouch for t.be truth of
their statement For Sale by Oden*
Our baby was sick fora month with
severe cough and catarrhal fever. Al
though we tried many remedies she kept
getting worse until we used One Min
ute Cough Ciire,-lt reieived at once and
cured her in a few days” B L. Nance,
I’rin. High ixchool, BlufTdaln, Texas
The pain of a burn or scald is almost
instantly relieved by applying Cham
berlain's Pain Balm. It also heals the
il jure I part* more quickly than any
other treatment, and without the burn
is very severe does not. leave a scar.
For sale by O lendah] Bros.
Kodid Dyspepsia t'ure cures dyspep,
sia because Its ingredients are such that
it can't help doing m>. ‘'The public
can relv upon it a- a master remedy for
all disorders arising from imperfect di
gestion.’*--James M, Thomas. M I)., in
American Journal of Health, X. Y.
ly.VNThD-SEVKlUL HIIIGHT AND
Hun'EnT, persons to represent us as
Managers in this mid close liy counties,
Sulury #•.11-1 a year met expenses, Straight
bona-t:df, no more, no less salary. Position
pei’Rinneiir. our references, any bank in
ii'iv town, i: is mainly office work conduct.
«d at home. severance. Enclose selr-ad.
cl re-aed stamped envelope.—Tun Domin.
ion Comi’aiiv. Dept 8, Chicago » ^5 to 3 luo
flood Enough lo Take.
1 he ||neat quality of loaf sugar la
ti-tni in the manufacture of Chamber
lain s t on.’li Heine y hiiiJ the roots used
in its 111« pe itlon give it a flavor similar
Initial .. in •|ile .- v 111; linking it very
I’V - mi to t ike. A i ni' ilieine for the
cuf ot 1 uLigs, eolijs, la grippe, croup
an. ■ hooping cough ii 1 mu qualed by
any .tier li alwavs cures, anil cures
(imci.lv For sale by Odpndthl Bios,
Ai.ns i s iVA.NTBD.-Knr "Thu l.ifo And
A. III. veinenta or Admiral Dewey," llie
W Md's greatest naval hero. Ily Murat
H i t •• Iih* frii?nd* awl admirer
ot the nation's idol. Hlggesi and book;
nv. m o m!h mclin; nearly 100 pages
hull-ton.' Ulnstral Ions. Only gi,,yi. Knur
in is derrcind. ii.g Commission*. Outfit
Iree. « liain-M of u lifetime. Write quick.
The Dominion Company, 3rd floor <avion
FOK SALE OR IRADE.
A ii 1 -1 class s| an of mules, wagon
and h *rue-~ Mules will weigh about
1,200 lbs •[ i.'ce Will trade for lings
and corn. They are 1 good farm learn
and are perfectly gentle. Call on
Loup City, Nebr.
IIARI’ER whiskey 011 your sideboard
provfsyour taste is correct. If proves
also that you are doing your duty to
your guest, and to yourself, keeping the
finest whiskey obtainable. SOLI) BY
T. II. Elsnkr,
Loup City, Nebr.
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Ladies and Gentlemen—
When you waut your watch
put in (irat class repair b> the
only tirst class workman in the
county, call ou Morgan, the jeweler.
He understands the manufacture of
watches, l also have a watch that
I made with my own hands, that
wdl keep as good time as any
watch Call and see me. It my
work fails to please you l will re
fund your money, l am here to do
business in a business way.
G. H. Morgan,
Can be found at Henry
Dolling’s Shoe Store, Loup
CAPT WILLIAM AHTOK CHANLEB.
Congressman from Now York, Is the president
of Thk Nkw Yohk Star, which Is giving away
FORTY UOLLAB BICYCLE dally as offer
ed by their advertisement In another column
Hon Amos J. Cummings. M. C . Col Asa Bird
Gardner, District Attorney of New York, ex
Governor Hogg, of Texas, and Col. Fred Felgel
of New York, are among the well known names
in their Board ol Directors.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work la !
There is a disease prevailing in thi*
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
It—heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure •
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney f
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad- '
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack '
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell. I
Then the richness of the blood—the albumen
—leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble. 1
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder i
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cesa 1
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free j
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp- ‘
Root and Its wonderful cures. Address j
Dr. Kilmer 8c Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper. '
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stating age. Mention this paper.
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I)e« Moines, Iowa
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fide, no more, no less salary. Position per
manent. Our references, any bank in any \
town. It is mainly offlee work conducted
at borne. Reference. Enclose self-address
ed stamped envelope. Til* DOMIHHMI Com
pany, Dept, 8, Chicago. to .1M iboo,
TrinVPV Women as well
JVXL/XyJEj X as men are made
TUATTUT 1? miserable by kid
X XVV/ U «/ lACi ney and bladder
trouble. Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root tbe
great kidney remedy promptly cures
At druggists in fifty cent and dollar
slz.es. You may have a sample bottle by
mail free, also pliainpblet telling all
about It.—address Dr. Kilmer A Co..
Binghamton, N. Y.
Dyspepsia Cure 7
Digests what you eat.
Itartlficially digests tbe food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered-digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DeWItt A Co.. Chicago.
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The market Is being flooded
with worthless Imitations of
To protect the public we call
capccial attention to our trade
mark, printed on every pack
age, Demand the genuine.
For Sale by all Druggiatfc
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TWO DOORS NORTH OF FIRST BANK.
Best patent flour 50 pounds.95
Second patent, 50 pounds.85
Straight, 50 pounds.80
Rje flour 25 pounds.50
Kye Graham 50 pounds.76
Wheat Graham 50 pounds.30
Fine meal 12 pounds.15
Shorts per ewt.tio
Braa per ewt..50
Every sack of flour warranted and deliv
ered free. GEO. E. HOTCHKIN,
Loup City, Neb.
WATCH TALKS «
A WATCH TALK? Whv no, for my maker forgot to put a mouth in
*3 f*"‘- wl>** »•« uia.lt! me. Although he put life in me, be .lit] not
make mt li.u.U aiiifU'ienlly atroog tti atriae you wheu you ahuae m«,
Coaae<|ueally, you can emeah u»y face or take my life at any time.
Tbvii vou may puniak me atilt more bv taking me to eotue
t«» in. r»>l*el aoitie felloe who pr.imiaea to put aapriag of life in me for
flflt eats, give me a pkyaH) an.I thoroughly parge iur fur fifty Mill
more, but oho tl.iea not t.ie take me apart
I LL TALK RIGHT IF YOU TAKE ME TO
I. S. SHEPPARD,
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