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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1900)
I. S. SHEPPARD. Jeweler and Optician. Loup City. Neb.
A merry one to all
Sourkrout at Pilgere.
Don't forget to swear off New Years
G. IL Gibson returned from Omaha
T. C. Chamberlain of the west side
was in the city Monday.
Billy Couton added his name to oar
subscription list this week.
Grandma McDonald is still very low
and shows yery little improvement.
Rev. Madely wishes to purchase a
good milch cow that is giving milk
John F St John, editor of the Litch
field Monitor, was in the city Monday
YY. II Conger made a flying trip to
Grand island and Ravenna the past
Write Hayden Bros Omaba Whole
«ale Supply House for prices and samp
Wm Cramer Is improving bis re-:
dence property in the north part of the
David Richardson, our new supervi
sor from the west s de was in t e city
Jim Burnett who it now located in
Cheyenne county, is reported sick with
JStewart McFadden has been circulat
ing around with his de-boraing ma
chine this week.
Moneys*red i« money earn-1
etl by buying a feed irrinder of
T. M Reed.
It br.ngs to the . tti* ote* that price
ies* gift of be-aithy tek, **■ ;d bote and
muscie. Thai's * hat Rocky Mc-nntain !
Tea Joe*. IV, A - i r or dn.;££ *T.
If you want your * auti pul t good
repair bv the only fim :.as* workman
in the county call on G. H M .*a >*x. ?be |
DeWitt's Little Early Kiser* are dain j
ty little pills, but they never fail to
cleanse the liver remove obstructions
and invigorate the system. Odendatl
The M. K. church will entertain the
children Christmas eve with a Ferris
wheel instead of a tree. Every body is
requested to come and bring their pres
ents for distributing.
G. II Moqgan the Loup City Jeweler
does all kinds of watch, clock and Jew
elry repairing in a workman like man
ner. When you have something to *o
in his line, don't fail to call on him.
A. Boone and a friend from
Greeley were in the city a couple
days this week. Mr. Boone* has
quit the jewelry business and is now
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fair of Rockville,
were Loup City visitors last Tussday
and were Iheguestsof Mr and Mrs. C
J.Odendahl. Mr, Fair informs us that
he has added another quarter section of
land to his Sherman county possessions,
adjoining his other land near Rockville.
Joseph McCoy returned from Okla
homa Saturday night where he went
with his son Eddy a few weeks ago.
Eddy procured a situation as book keep
er and will remain in the south, and Mr.
McCoy will return tnere as soon as he
can make arrangements to do so.
Why experiment on yourself with re
medies of doubtful utility when you
can get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
which has stood the ttstof time? Twen
ty-five years sale and use have proven
tbat remedy to be a prompt and certain
cure for colds. It will cure a cold in a
day If taken as soon as the cold has
been contracted and before it has set
tled in the system. Sold by Odendahl
The A. O. l\ W. lodge of this citv
a: th«ir last meeting elected the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year:
J. A. Angler, M W; C. D. Hansen, F
H. Cramer, O; J. Phil Jaegpr. Receiver.
G II Gibson, Rec; G. W, Hunter, Fin;
Win. Cramer, G; .John Shrove, I. W;
Uuthcr Goodwin, O. W and S. N.
Many persons have bad the experience
of Mr.PeterSherman, of North Stratford
N. II., who says, “For years I suffered
torture from chronic Indigestion, but
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure made a well man
of me.” It Digests what you eat and is
a certain cure for every form of stomach
trouble. It gives relief at once even in
the worst cases, and can’t help but do
you good. Odendahl Bros.
The D of II. lodge at their first regu
lar meeting in December, elected offi
cers for the ensueing year as follows;
Mrs. Eugenia Hale, Paste, of II. Mrs.
C. J. Odendahl, C. of II. Mrs. M. .1.
Cramer, C. of C; Miss Belle Mullck,
Usher; Mrs. Anna Becbtbold. Recorder;
Mrs Minnie Becbtbold, I. W; John
Shrove, O. W; Mrs Z M. Hunter, Rec;
G. W. Hunter, Fin: and W. M. Cramer,
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. A B Oui
house, on last Sunday morning, a hoy.
Yes, this Is no joke It is a boy and A.
B. is the happiest man in the city He
came down town Monday morning,
grabbed a box of cigars, two bunches of
lath, a bunch of shingles and a 2x4 10
and started out to celebrate the occa
. sion. He says the advent of the first
boy among a houseful of girls is some
thing to make a man happy.
T. M. Reed buys (varne.
Peter Rowe went back to St, Paul.
Monday to resume work.
T L Pilger returned borne from
the east Wednesday.
E G Paige of Rockville twp. was do
ing business at the hub Tuesday.
C. H Wineteer of Rockville, was a
pleasant caller at this office Monday
Mr. J. C. Fleuberand son C W. of
Boelus were in the city between trains
R I, Arthur purchased the fine Jer
sey cow belonging to Jos. McCoy pay
ing $50.00 therefor.
The most effective little pills made
are DeWitt's Little Early Risers They
never gripe. Odendabl Bros
Hats. Boots and Shoes and
Hoiserv cheap at Piigers.
Frank Badura is the happy faiher of
a new girl which came to his house
last Monday morning.
Notice — Tho»e knowing themiselves
indebted to me wiil piease call and
settle their accounts on or before
January 1st. A. S Main.
Grandpa Wlllits. father of Mrs. E S.
Hayhurst. arrived in the city la«t Mon
day evening and will *pend the winter
with his daughter.
T. M. Reed's Furniture!
stock is n<»w complete call
The Burlington Route will sell ie
duced rate tickets for the holiday's on
the 22nd inst. to connection with the
other days advertised.
t red Bt-breos if Rockville. was in the
city .•'aturday. Fred sold his farm ma
chinery and stock at public sale a few
weeks ago and will move to Grand
Poor old Tom is dead, that is O.
Benschotera bull dog. He lived out
his usefulness ami died from an over
dose of buck shot.
T. S Nightingale is having his busi
ness building on railroad street raised
and a new brick wall put under it, Thos,
ha« got in the way of “Gen Prosperity "
and received a swipe as he passed
Mr anil Mrs. G II. Morgan were the
happy recipients of an early Christman
presen* last Sunday morning The lit
tle jewel made bis bow and announced
his intention of becoming a permlnent
fixture in their home.
Joseph McCoy will sell at public
auction at his home in Loup City,
on Saturday Dec. 29, at 2:00 p. in.
his household goods, and many other
articles including some farm imple
Santa Clause has dumped a large in
voice of Christmas presents around
town and they are now in the hands of
our merchants who delight in blazing
the way to their stores through the
press —See the footprints to MOR
Rev Madely, pastor of the M. E.
church here is working up quite an in
terest in church matters. Tpe church
was filled last Sunday evening and the
audience had the prlyilage of llstning
to a very interesting and eloquent ser
Little Silas Clark was again taken to
the hospital last Monday for treatment.
This Is the second operation be has un
dergone this year for necrosis of the
bone. His right arm was operated on
early in the year and was cured but was
left stiff at the elbow joint, and during
the past month his left one has become
effected in the same manner necessitat
ing a second operation.
Master Freddie Milburn gave a party
to bis young friends last Saturday in
honor of his birth day and the follow
ing juveniles enjoyed themselves and
partook of Freddies hospitality. Mas
ters Eirl Metlor, Arthur Brown. Floyd
Gibson, Oscar Becbtbold, George (’lark,
Ralph Reed, Fritz J-eschinskv. Clifton
Rowe, Ronald Rowe, Irvin Rowe, Em
met Zink. Athelbert Chase, ilemple
•Jones, Johnnie Burrowes, Roy McDon
ald. And Misses* Mona Giicrist, Flora
Brown, Lulu Bechthold, Zoe Reed, Zelfa
Reed, Anna Lesehinsky, Rosa Snyder,
Fern Rowe, Aura Zink, L'rrus Chasei
and May Scbelewski.
T. M Reed sells sewing ma
chines and a general line of
it is not generally known among our
citizens that if an injury occurs from a
defective sidewalk that the injured per
son's lirst recourse is upon the property
owner whose side-walk caused the acci
dent and upon the city or village corpr -
ration if such property owner is not
financially capable of liquidating the
dam&ge There arc many dangerous
places m our city and several accidents
have already happened. There has
been more or less criticism of the board
of trustees for not forcing property own
ers to repair their walks It is an easy
matter to criticise and find fault, but if
must be born in mind that to compil
this generally entails considerable ex
pense on the village, as the repairing
must be paid for out of the gtieet fund
and then levied against the property
and collected as a special tax, ami the
outcome generally is a law suit, and if
a technicality can be scared up 'they
are very liable to defeat the collection
of the tax and the city foots the bill ami
the individual laughs in his sleeve, fto
a conservative board is not much in
clined to take these risks. But tf some
one ia compelled to face a large sized
damage suit one of these days it may
cause others to ask where they are at
Help i* needed at once when » permT*
ife i»in danger. A neglected cough or
cold may soon become serious and
should be stopped at once One Min
ute Cough Cure quickly cure* cough*
and cold* and the worst cases of croup
bronchitis, grippe and other throat and
lung troubles. Odendahl Bros
It'* a gentleman's whisker, a pure
delicious beverage aoJ a grand appetiz
er, Don't forget the name. “I. W. Har
per” whisky. The kind your grand
father used! Sold by
T II Eisner. Loup City Net-.
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When the stomach is tired out It must
have a rest, but we can't lire without
food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure “digest*
what you eat " so that you can eat all
the good food you want while it is re
storing the digestive organs to health.
It t* the only prepara'lon that digest*
all kinds of food- Odendahl Bros
HOLIDAY RATES— BURLINGTON
December 22. 23, 24. 25, 31, and .Jan
uary 1 . between stations not more than
200 mile* apart. Good to return Until
January 2nd. See nearest ticke><agent.
When you need a soothing and heal
ing anti*epuc application for any pur
pose, use the original DeWitt’s Witch
Hazel Saive, a well known cure for
pile* and skin diseases It heals sores
without leaving a scar Beware of eout
erfeits. O ienJahl Bros.
I will have turkeys, chick
ens, ducks and geese dressed
for the holiday trade. Also
oysters and tish.
S. F. Reynolds.
Hrave Men Fall
Victims to stomach, liver ami kidney
troubles as well as woman and all fee!
the result in loss of appetite, poisons in
the blood, backache, nervousne«a .head
ache and tired, listless run-down feel i
log. But tbete's no need to feel like
that J. W. Gardner, of Idaviile, Ind..
says: “Electric Bitters arc just the
thing for a man when he don't care
whether he lives or dies. It gives me
new strength and good appetite. I can
now eat any thing and have a new lease
on life: "Only 50 cents, at Odendahl
Bros. Drug Store.
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A special from Grand island says:
At a meeting of the city council after a
most vigorous and extensive discussion
of the entire matter of smallpox conta
gion, it was referred to the fuli com
mittee on health with emphatic instruc
tions to quarantine ever/ place in the
city, about twelve in all, where the dis
ease exists, to establish a pest house,
and in the event that the strictest quar
antine regulations are in any manner ;
violated such offender to be arrested
and placed in the pest house. The
board of health was also instructed to
compel] every physician to report every
case as soon as it comes to his know
ledge. Grand Island is now making a
mo t strenuous effort to stamp out tne
disease quickly and thoroughly.
»«»«< tils L,II«
It was just a thrilling escape that
Charles Davis of Bowers ton, O,
lately had from a frightful death. I'or
two years a severe lung trouble con
stantly grew worse until it seemed he
must die of consumption. Then he began
to use Dr.King’s New Discovery and
lately wrote: •‘Itgave instant relief and
effected a permanent cure.” Such won
derful cures have for 25 years proven
it’s power to cure all Throat. Chest and
Lung Troubles. Price 50c and 100
Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles
free at Odendahl Bros drug store.
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“I wish to express my thanks to the
i manufacturers of Chamberlain’s Colic,
i Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for
| having put on the market such a won
derful medicine,” says W. \V. Massin
i*‘ll, of Beaumont. Texas. There are
j many thousands of mothers whose chi 1
; dren have deen saved from attacks of
dysentery and cholera infantum who
j must also feel thankful. It is for sale
j by Odendahl Bros
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C’LKAK CREAK Si KWH
•L W. Heapy is building a large
commodious barn Size GO by GO.
When completed will be one of the
j fines*, in the county.
Enos Kirk has taken unto himself
a bride. We did not learn the lady’s
name, but those who have seen her
! say she is an cstetnable lady.
( attle and horses have been dying
in this section of the country. Henry
Beck lost a valuable horse this week
nnd 1. Bunner has lost two horses.
It is reported that these last two
died from eating two much paris
green which was carelessly scattered
FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
Special Excursion Kates Have Keen
Ma>le Between t'OInta on tlie
t or datea on which tickets will he sold
and full information call on— H. ./
< ’i.iktun, Agent.
G. H. MORGAN’S
I have them in the Jewelry and Slverware line
of high grade and at bed rock prices. These
Goods are sold under a guarantee. We have
a ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK to
select from and invite you to call and see our
goods before going elsewhere.
When you want your Watch Clock or Jewelry
repaired by a watch maker who is always ready
to attend t<> business and does his work prompt
ly and makes them as good as new don’t forget
to come and sec1 me.
G fJ JVIORGAf'!, Loup City Jeweler
You little knew when tirst we met
That some day you would be
Tho lucky fellow I'd choose to let.
l’ay tor tny Rocky .Mountain Tea —
Ask your drugg ist.
Parties desii ing a good Bronze gob
ler for breeding purposes can get it by
calling on,— W. A. SHULL.
Paid Dear For His
It. L>. Blanton of Thakerville Tex.
in two years paid over $300.00 to Ooc
tors to cure a riming sore on his leg.
Then they wanted to cut It off but he
cured it with one box of Bucklin’s Ar
nica salve. Guaranteed cure for Piles.
2r» cts. a box. Sold by Odendahl Bros,
FOR SALE.—A quarter section of
land, four and cne-balf miles north
east of Ashton, on Turkey Creek and
near the Catholic Church 120 acres
under cultivation, 20 acres in pasture
and 20 acres hay land, good orchard,
sod buildings, granary and two good
wells. Will sell reasonable. Address
Stanisx.aw Lkwandowski, Owner
Loup City, Neb.
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ltucklen's Arnica Salve
lias world-wide fame for marvelous
cures. It surpasses any other salve, lo
tion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns,
Burns, Boiles, Sores, Felons, Ulcers,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Chap
ped Hands, Skin Eruptions; Infallible
for Piles, Cure guaranteed. Only 25c
at < blemish! Bros.
Your blood goes through your body
with jumps and bounds, carrying
w mnth and active life to every part of
your body, if you take Rocky Moun
tain Tea. Ask your druggist,
People who burn the Lamp of Reason
need Rocky Mountain Tea. Oreatest
re -on producer known. 25c Ask
LEGAL NOTH E.
I't District Court of Sherman county,
In the matter of the Estate of the min
or heirs ot William sboenlng, deceased.
OKl'KIt TO SHOW CAUSE,
T a cause came on for hearing upon
t •• petition of Elsie C. Host'll, guardian
ot ! « minor heirs ot William Shunning,
di eased, praying for a license to sell the
- )■ a west one fourth ot Section Thirty U!0)
In Township fifteen <t.">), Kauge sixteen
we-i, (16) in Sherman county, Nebraska
to maintain and educate the minor heirs
of otld deceased and invest in other land.
It r - therefore ordered that all persons
interested in said estate appear before
me at Broken Itow, on the Hi h day of Jan
uary. 1 !O0, to show cause why a license
Mo Id not be granted to said gimidean
in Mill the atiove described real estate
of said minors, or so much (hereof as it:
shall he necessary.
M \tiiew. appointed guardian adlituin
for minor heirs.
Dated this 3rd day of November, IWd,
I lo M K K M SUM,IV AN,
.nidge of the District court
You can leave Missouri River after breakfast to-dav mi
“THE OVERLAND ROUTE’
and arrive in Colifornia sooner than if you left yesterday via other trains.
Atrip to California, in regal
splendor can be made on “THK OVERLAND
LIMITED,’ the Celebrated l nion Pacific tram.
This train runs via the “Overland Route,” the established route
across the continent. It has, perhaps, the most finely equipped
cars in the world. There are Double Drawing Room Palace
Sleepers, broad vestibule Cars thoroughout. Bullet Smoking and
Library Cars with Barber Shops and pleasant Reading Rooms,
Dining Cars, meals being served a la carte, and every delicacy,
is provided. The cars are illuminated with the famous
Pintsch Light and heated with steam. A notable feature is
that safety, perfect comfort and speed are all included.
Only two nights between
Missouri River and San Fransiseo
For time tabie and full information, call on
_H. J. CLIFTON. AGENT.
All kinds of i
Jewelry repairing [ SHEPPARDS.
Promptly Done at )
A new remedy for biliousness is now
on sale at Odendahl Bros, drug store
It is called ('hainberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. It is quick relief and
will prevent the attack if given as soon
as the first indication of the disease ap
pears. Price 25 cents per box. Sample
free —Odendshl Bros.
W J. FISHER,
Attorney at Law_and Notary Public.
Will Defend in Foreclosure "aaea.
ALSO DO A
General Real Estate Business.
Office In Nobth westbhj. Building.
LOUP CITY, - - SiKHRAMK A
R. J. NIGHTINGALE,
LOUP OITT. i i «nmk
A. S- MAIN.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
LOUP CITY, - - NEBRASKA
OFFICE.—At St Elmo Hotel.
W. L. MARCY,
OFFICE ON EAST SIDE PUCLIC MjKAItF,
Lour CITY, NEIL
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D;i*vs1 what you eaf.
Itaaitie i. digests the food and aids
XNat'.re i sf ’igtheiiing and recoil*
Btruetlng • l)o exh,;’isted dicfcstl1 or*
gans It is the latest discovereddi ‘sl
ant and tonic. No othei preparMon
can approach in efficiency. I in
stantly relieves a id permanently* ure9
I yspepsia, Indi/esUfin, Heartburn,
rlatuience, Sour Stomach, Nmis. a,
ah otherresuitsof imperfeetdigestioD.
Prepared by E C DeWitt 4 Co.. Chieaao- .
For sale by ODKNDAHL DUOS.,
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