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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1901)
W. H. Williams Is on the sick list.
Mrs. S F Reynolds Ison the sick list
Clothing going cheap at
Mrs. Milo Gilbert is suffering frotn la
grippe this week.
Mrs. Val. McDonald Is much improv
ed at this writing
Nicholas Daddow1 smiling face was
seen in the city Monday.
T M. Reed will have a car load of
farm implements in sbottly
Mr. and Mrs. R >an Sutton were visit
ing friends in the city this week.
Mrs. Wm. Cramer is suffering frotn
an attack of quinsy sore throat.
The mercury ran down to 20degrees
below zero last Saturday morning.
Mrs. A. Zink and Miss Mable were on
the sick list the latter end of last week.
Write Hayden Bros Omaha Whole
sale Supply House for prices and samp
August Reiman is contemplating a
trip to Oklahoma, this spring to lack
that country over.
John Nave and Orin Manchester of
Davis Creek were storm bound in Loup
City two days last week,
John Clark informs us that his son
Silas has so far recovered that he will
bring him home tomorrow.
Pilgeroffeis the Will Xelk
and the Pennepaeker resi
dences for sale.
Inquire of W. S. Waite for
pure Golden Grant seed wheat.
There is but J7 civil and 3 crimnal
case* on the docket for this teroi of
T M lteed sells sewing ma
chines and a general line of
The big dance to be given at Society
hall last Friday was not held on account
of the storm.
J.T. Hale returned from St. Louis
last Friday where he went with a car
load of mules.
Bert Chase, who has been laid up
with the grip for the past week is again
able to be at the store.
Herman Johansen lost three more
head of cattle by the corn stock disease
lart week. This makes live in all.
We have new samples on
clothing just in. Call and see
them. Chicago prices. J. P.
M. 8 Taffee, of Litchfield was doing
business at the county seat Monday and
shaking hands with old acquaintances.
W. J. Fisher went to Kearney Tues
day to attend the Modern Woodmen
state convention as a delegate from
D. C. Grow, clerk at Chase's genera)
store is suffering with the grip. He has
been lighting it off lor some time hut
it almost got the best of him.
The first primary department ef our
schools ha I but one scholar in attend
ance last Friday, and the teacher, Miss
Young had a monotinous time of it.
Take Rocky Mountain Tea. See it
exterminate poison. Feel it revitilize
your blood and nerves and bring back
that happy, joyous feeling of boyhood
days. 35c. Ask your druggist.
8. H. Conger drove to Ravenua last
Saturday afternoon and brought
his b'othsr Irwin over, for s.
visit. Irwin came up from Lincoln on
the evening train.
Special Shoe Sale next Sat
urday and Monday at Jaegers.
Come in and see how cheap
you can buy.
Sheriff 8nyder started out last Satur
day morning with the mercury running
towards the lower part of the tube. He
said it was a case of "outlaw,” or be
would have hugged the stove.
Roosters often crow over egg* they
did not lay. Same with people who
sell an imitation Rocky Mountain Tea
made famous by the Madison Medlson
Co.’s advertising. 35c Ask your
Myron Gilbert informs us that his
sister, Mrs. Krlce who visited relatives
here some time ago and who lives in
Oregon, had her homo burned a few
weeks ago and nearly all her furniture
and household goods destroyed
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wlnetcer of Rock
ville, were pleasant callers Wednesday
Mr.C. H. Plambeck of Ashton was
in the city Wednesday and made this
office a friendly visit. Mr. Plambeck
was accompanied to the city by bis
daughter Miss Ella, and Mr .Jorgen
Ritz and from what we beard on the side
there was a wedding on hands.
Every body, who desires to buy high
grade atock should attend the sale of O
Manchester on Davis Creek on Tuesday
the 26th inst. Mr. Manchester has long
been known as a breeder of Angus cat
tie and having concluded to retire from
hard work will sell his herd consisting
principly of cows and heifers He will
also sell his horses aud farming imple
District court for Sherman county j
will convene Feb. ‘JL
Judge Wall is in Brokon Bow this
week looking after bis profession.
Steve Gray says he is feelirg like Tom 1
Sharkey since he got over the grip.
Frank Cook of the sooth side was j
doing business at the hub Monday.
E. S Ilayburst is putting a large
amount of shelled corn on the market, j
Mrs. Stringbatn moved into the Cul- j
ley property on ‘ South 16ib" Saturday, i
The second do-e of the grip caught
ye Junior editor Monday, and be drown- !
edit. Best tiling out for g; ip.
David Depew brought the head of a
wolf lo town Wednesday, which he had I
bagged a few evenings before.
Jeriy Shrove's horse that was cast the j
other morning succeeded in kicking the
bucket after much bard strugling.
One of Jerry Shrove's horses kicked .
the stable down and came pretty near I
kicking the bucket last Sunday night.
Herman Jung came dowu street Mon
day for tb i first time in three weeks.,
Herman looks peaked and says the grip j
is a terror.
Pilgev is selling his shoes
and hats at less than one half
what they cost. f 15
Walter McNulty had abrukedown
la-t Wednesday while hauling a load of
corn to market for E S. Hay burst. The
spindle broke off at the wheel.
Bridges, rivers, tunnels, mountains,
buildings cities, gathers up the scatt> red
rays of one's ability. Thai's what
Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35c. Ask
In < rder to make room for
spring goods I still continue to
make low prices on my goods
J. Phil Jaeger.
‘1 hobbled into Mr. Blaokmore’sdrug
store one evening,” saj s Wesley Nelson
of Hamilton, Ga , “and be asked me to
try Chamberlain’s Pain Balin far then
matisrn w ith which 1 had suffered for a
long time. I told him 1 had no faith in
any medicine as they all failed He
said; -Well if < Ihamberlain's Pain Balm
does not help you, you need not, pay for
it.' I topic a bottle of it homo and used
it according to the directions and in
one week 1 was cured, and have not
been troubled with rheumatism.” Sold
by Odendahl Bros.
I>miK*r of Cold an 1 La Orlppe
The greatest danger from colds and
la grippe is their resulting in pneumo
nia. If reasonable care is used, how
ever, ai d Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
taken, ail danger will bo avoided.
Among the tons of thousands who have
used this remedy for these diseases we
have yet to le.irn of a single case hav
ing resulted in pneumonia, which
shows conclusively that it is a certain
preventative of that dangerous malady.
It will cure a cold or an attack of ia
grippe In less time than and other treat
ment. It is pleasant and safe to take
For sale by Odendahl Bros .
Farm Paper Doesn't Fill the Rill.
A farm paper is all right as an ad
dition to ihe farmer’s reading matter,
but first of all he wants a Newspapeb;
one that will give him all the telegraph
ic news of the world, markets, state and
national politics, together with a lot
of wholesome reading for the fumily
The Semi-Weekly State Journal is just
such a paper, published ev ry Tuesday
and Friday at the state capital. For
a short time The Western Poultiy New s
will be sent FREE ONE YEAR to
those sending 8100 for The State Jour
nal Address, State Journal, I.incolu,
-—-m 0 » ———
STOOD DEATH OFF
K B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta,
Tex., once fooled a grave digger. He
says: “My broth r was very low with
malarial fever and Jaundice. I per
suaded him to try Electric Bitters, and
he was soon much better, but continued
their use until he was wholly cured. 1
am sure Electric Bitters saved his life.’
This remedy expels malaria, kills di
sea e germs and purities the blood; aids
digestion, regulates liver, kidneys and
bowles, cures constipation, dyspepsia,
nervous diseases, kidney troubles fe
male complaints; gives perfect health.
Only 50c at Odendahl Bios.
Big Foul try 1’aper Free.
Just for a short time to introduce
the Semi-Weekly State Journal that
paper will send the Western Poultry
News a year free to anyone sending
*1 00 for a years subscription to The
Setni Weekly State Journal, which is
published every Thursday ami Friday;
gives all Ihe news of the world days
ahead of farm papers and weeklies. It
is a news paper from start to tiuish and
is the paper for the farmer. A great
many readers call it the ’farmers daily.’
One dollar gets the Journal twice-a
week a whole year and The Western
Poultry News a whole year. This is a
big bunch of reading for a dollar. Sen i
your order to The State Journal, Lin
coln, N1 b.
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Do the merchants of the country *« 11
more •“New Home’’ Sewing Machines
than they do of all other makes? Be
cause their customers know the “New
Home’’ is the best and w ill have no
other. For sale by
T M liEBD.
There will be a farmers institute held
in J/Oup City on March 8 0 IfXM. This j
is calculated to be 3 scientific school of j
education for the farmer, and will be !
conducted by able men who have mu le
the science of farming and stock raising
a study. The lectures will be free and
every farmershnild arrange to take ai
holiday on the above dates and avail ;
himself of this splendid opportunity. '
The program will be as follows
FIB. T DAY
2:00 p. m. - - L. I) Stilson,
“ " Preventit n of Animal Disease,
by Dr. A. T. PETEUS.
7:30 p m. • - - • Music j
“ “ Agricultural Education, by j
E V. Fobkll.
10:00 a. m. Poultry-on the Farm. by
K V Fobkll.
Wind-breaks and Shelter belts.
2:00 p ui. Soil Tillage, G A. MARSHALL
•* “ For-ige Crop, L. D Stii,son,
7:30 p. in. The Organization of Stere- ;
optican Lecture on the Agricultural Kx- j
petiment Station, • L. D Stilson I
Mr?. Margarite Snyder Robinson, w ife
of Mr. E. G. Robinson of Arcadia, died
at her home in that place on Monday
morning Feb., 10, 1001 at (5:00. Mrs
Robinson was a daughter of Rev. J. M.
Snyder of Vcrdurette, this county and
had lived a number of years 8 miles
south west of Loup City. She was born
in Illinois and was about 50 years oh).
She was the mother of 5 children, 4
boys and 1 girl. The girl is married
and lives at Alliance, the boys reside at
Arcadia. Mrs. Robinson had suffered
for some time with heart trouble,
whLh finally ended h°r days on earth.
She was a kind disposition? I lady and
made hosts of friends where ever she
resided. Our sympathy is extended to
j the bereaved husband and family.
A powerful engine cannot be run with
a weak boiler, and we can't keep up
the strain of an active life with a weak
stomache; neither can we stop (lie hu
man machine to make repairs. If the
stomach cannot digest enough food to
keep the body strong, such a prepara
tion as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure should be
used. It digests what you eat and it
simply cau't help but do you good —
The claim of other cough medicines
to be as good as Chamberlain's are ef.
fectually set at rest in the follows tes
timonial. of Mr. C. D. Glass, au em
ploye of Bartlett A Dennis Co., Gard
iner, Me lie says; “I had kept ad
ding to a cold and cough in the winter
of 1897, trying every cough medicine
I heard of without permanent help, un
til one day 1 was in the drug store of
Mr, ITouJchan and he advised me to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and of
fered to pay back my money if I was
not cured. My lungs ana bronchial
tubes were very sore at that time, but
I was completely curef! by this remed ,
and have since always turned to it when
I got a cold, and soon tind relief. I abo
recommend it to my friends and am
glad to say it is the best of all cough
medicine. ' For 6ale by Odendabl Bros.
Golden Grant seed wheat
for sale by—C. H. Plambeck
— ♦ • -♦
Recent experiments show that all
classes of foods may he completely di
eested by a preparation called Kodo<
Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di
gests what you eat. As It is the only
combination of all the natural digeg
tantsever devised the demand for itha9
become enormous. It has never failed
to cure the very worst cases of indiges
tion and It always gives Instant relief —
Low Kates, West and North west.
At a time of year when thousands
will take advan’age of them, the
Burlington Route makes sweeping
reductions iu its rates to the West
and Northwest—to Utah, Montana,
Washington, Oregon and British
Dates: February 12. 19, and 20.
March 5, 12, 19, and 20,
April 2, 9, 10, 23, and 30.
Rates are shown below:
To Ogden, Salt I.atc, Hutte, Hel-)
ena. Anaconda and Missoula. |
To All Points on the Northern't
Pacollc Uy. west of Mlssou'a |
Including Spokane Seattle, >
Tacoma. Portland as well as
Vancover, and Victoria H. C. J
To All Points on the Spokane
Fal s & Northern Hy and the f
Washington & Columbia liiver i
K K. ’
Never has the Pacific Northwest
been as prosperous as now. Labor
is in constant demand an I wages are
high. The money making opportu
nities are beyond dumber- in mines,
lumoer, merchandising, farming,
fruit raising, fishing, and al! the
Other industries of a great and grow
Literature on request—free.
•J. Fh.yncis, i.iea 1 Passenger Agt.
If you peed apythipg ip H mm nnumi
§§®1 SHI piy lipe give pie a call
I HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OE
A GENERAL LINE OF FARM IMPLEMENTS, FEED
Grinders, buggies, Wagons, Hardware, Sewing Machines,
And a Well Selected Stock of Furniture.
Call and see my goods and learn my price before buying.
T. M. REED.
Sue ol He is at
Special Closing Out Sale-.
16 lbs. Granulated sugar $1.00
Arbuekles Coffee - - .12
Lion Coffee, - - - .12
Best Soda Crackers - - - .7
One barrel Ginger Snaps • - .20
3 cans sugar corn - - .25
Yeast, all kinds - .3
6 spools coats thread - - .26
Perline - - A
Corn starch and Gloss starch - 5
Grand IVs Soap ... 4
8 bars Silver Leaf Soap - • .25
20 cent can Cove Oyster . - .16
Glass wash board - - - .30
Battle ax and navy tobacco - .38
One gallon can best syrup - • .30
Cow or Arin and Hammer brand Soda .6
1 am selling my Boots, Shoes, Hats, Notions, Dry Goods,
eveything from 40 to 60 per cent lower than any other merchant
Don’t fail to see Pilger when you want good goods at
1 am positively going out of business is why I am making
such low prices on all goods.
_TflEO L PJLGEP,
Are you satisfied with the way,
your watch is ruuning.
Are yon satisfied to wear a ring
with all or a part of the settings gone?
Are you satisfied to wear brass or
a broken breast pin or scarf pin?
Are you satisfied to wear out-of
date jewelry ?
Are you satisfied with the work
yon have had done by men who pre
tend to he jewelars and are not?
Are you satisfied to suffer with an
aching head when having your vis
ion corrected will stop it, and give
Are you satisfied with the specta
cles you laready have?
If you are dissatisfied you surely
need mv services. I have built up a
reputation for excellent work.
I have the knack of doing it just
the right wsy—the telling why—the
profitable way. No fancy frills or
flowery language in my manners, but
I do all work to please my customers
and handle the very best stock.
Try me once, you'll be sorry you
didn’t know rne before.
G. H. MORGAN,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
LOUP CITY. NEB
WANTKH.—Capable, reliable persons in
every county to rcpiesent large company
of solid financial reputation; #1)3,1 salary
per year, payable weekly, ill per day abso
lutely sure and all pipelines; siraiKlit,
bona Ode, detlnUe H ilary, no communion;
salary paid each Saturday and expense
money Advanced each Week STANDARD
HOI’SK 331 DllKUokH 8T., ClIICAOO. 1 '-*##
GEO. H. DAWSoN
will cry sales in any part of the city
or county. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Proprietor of Loup City Restaurant.
R. J. NIGHTINGALE,1
LOUP OITT, I I m
A. S- MAIN.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
LOUP CITY, • - NEBRASKA
OFFICE.--At St Elmo Hotel
What would you do il taken with col
ic or cholera morbus when your physi
cian Is away from 1 ome and the drug
stores are closed ALer one such emer
gency you will always ke >p Chamber
lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in your home; but why wait
until the horse is stolen before you lock
the stabls? For s ale by Odendabl Bros.
E. A. Brown is suffering from the loss
of a toe nail which was jerked hodlly
from its srcket. Ed. says he don’t
know just how It was done, hut he
knows it occurred
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
Land Ofllee at Lincoln, Neb. i
February It, 1900. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing.named settler has filed notice of hts
Intention to make tlnal proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before J. A. Angler, county
Judge of Sherman county, at Loup
City, Nebraska, on Monday, March 95, 1901,
viz: Eddie U. Duncan, Homestead Entry
No.—-, for the North East fouilh.of
the North West fourth of Section is, T. 14,
R 10 west. He name* iho following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of, said land, viz:
William A. Talks, John S. Duncan, James
It Lang, Marlon G. Parks, all of Litch
j W. Johnson, Register.
D»a<»s1 v' what you eat.
Itarfclflc v:\.- digests the food and aids
Nature iu st'cngthening 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,
aii other resu 1 ts of i m perfect d igestion.
Prepared by E C Dewitt * Co.. Chicaso- .
For saJp by ODKNDAHt, l)KOS.,
OMAHA. NEB. _
Cor. 19th and I f*
11 Worth Sts. _
I 10II(1R I’todnce each a disease
Ll^UUIlf having definite pathol
MDRPHINF °w' The disease yields
munrnmi| easily to the Double
TORAOpn Chloride of Gold Treat
IUIIHUUU ment prepared by Dr.
USING. Leslie E. Keeley.
TO TIIK PUBLIC: I lie Keeley
lustllule at Omaha. Nebraska, Is
the only plare In that Male where
the gruulue Keeley Hrmedles and
Treatment Is given.
(Signed) Thff l.emli* K. Krrley
WRITS ROR ROIL R.RTIOUL.RR.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE. OtUNAi Nit. |
Cor. IVth mnd Leoventrorth Ht$.
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