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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1901)
C M. Smith went to Lincoln Mon
The count, fathers are in session this
Clothing going cheap at
Mrs T. M Reed has been very sick a
part of the week.
II. W.Pedlerhis been havinghia term*!
ment property renovated.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Gasteyer went |
to Grand Island Monday morning.
L. O. and Ell Fisher moved onto the
Wharton farm east of town last week
We will publish proceedings of the
county board of supervisors next week.
Best quality imported Sax
ony yarn for 7 cents at Pilgers.
W. II. Morris is again at his post tri j
the department storeof J. 1’hil Jaeger,!
after several weeks wrestling with grip, i
Pilgeroffeis the "W ill Nelk
and the Pennepacker resi
dences for sale.
Inquire of W. S. Waite for
pure Golden Grant seed wheat.
Irwin Conger moved into the Sharp
tenement near ‘.he reservoir last Satur
W. T Gibson was awarded the con
tract for the county bridge work for
the next year.
Misses Tilley and Maud Winkeitnan
came over from Ravenna last Saturday
to spend a week with their parents
S. J. Fair of Rockville, sold a half
section of land to James Colter of
Hayestown, last week. Consideration
Rev. .1. A. Stevens of the west side
dropped into our sanctum Ia«t Friday
while in the city and left a sears sub
scription with us.
We have new samples on
clothing just in. Call and see
them. Chicago prices. J. P.
A Mrs. Wood from Grand Island ar
rived in the city Saturday night last and
will attend to the culinary interests of
John Hayes for the present.
Mr. Geo. Zeigler, of Marquette, who
owns the Fritz Johansen farm, shipped
his good* to Schaupp siding last week
and is now living under his ovn vine
and tig tree.
Mrs. J. A. Gilbert had the misfortune
to have a small flake of a dish, which
she was breaking up. fly in her eye ami
lacerate the eye ball which proved very
Puny childien with weak constitu
tions can attain an unusual degree of
bodily and mental vigor by taking
Rocky Mountain Tea this month, made
by the Madison Medicine (Jo. 35c Ask
The general quarantine was raised by
the Board of Health, last Saturday
night and h‘reafter if a case of small
pox occurs a quarantine will be laid
upon the particular residence where
the case resides.
If you want deeds, mortgages, lease*
or any legal Instruments drawn at very
reasonable rates when at the county
seat, call on W. J. Fisher at the North
western office. All kinds of blanks
on hand. A Notary Public in office.
Special Shoe Sale next Sat
urday and Monday at Jaegers.
Come in and see how cheap
you can buy.
The law suit between A. L. Balllie
and the l’arker family last Monday, re
sulted in young l’arker being placed
under bonds to keep the peace and ap
pear before the District court at its
Chas. Riedel met us on the street last
Saturday with a pleasant smile and a
big silver dollar. Of course we smiled
back when we saw the shining metal
eomingour way. It was the price of a
year?subscription to this great family
Journal which will visit his home for
Charles Scboening left Monday mor
ning for Grand Junction, Colo, where
he expects to make his future home
He ordered the NOKTmvKSTF.Hif to hi*
address in his new location. Mr.
Schoening is an Industrous, honest
and energetic young man and we hope
will meet with unbounded suecees in
his new venture.
Last Friday while J I. Depew’s gass
engine was running at full speed, the
belt caught upon it’s own w heel and
wound up. pulling the line shaft from
it's bearings and bending it, also knock
ing a door from it’s hinges and mash
ing the frame. Mr. Depew tiad just
left the shaft and stepped into the
blacksmith shop when the accident
occured, thereby probably averting an
injury. II W l’edler hearing the clat
ter, ran Into the engine room and stop
ped the machine.
Frank Otlewski informs us that he
has already put in £0 acreg of wheat and
intends to farm 300 acres this season.
He will also ship a car of hogs to the
Omaha market next week. Frank has
made good monev the last few years at
farming notwithstanding he has had
some bad 'uck. This winter he has lost
about 85 bead of esttle with the corn
stalk disease. lie has lived in Sherman
county for twenty-one years and has
built up a home that Ifl a credit to anv
farmer. Frank will continue to farm
With usual good judgment and energy.
W. K Waite was doing business at j
the bub Friday.
T. S. Nightingale is futting a new !
roof on bla office building.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mr# J
Mike Kotninski Friday night.
Odendahl Bros, have placed a new sei j
of double door# in their store front.
The leak around the cupola at the j
school house was looked after last week
\V. 11. Kennedy has moved into W. |J.
Morris' tenement house in the north
part of town.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. A Sutton andtwodaugb
ters of Valley county were in the city
The farmers are bringing In their
plows and listers to get sharpened pre
paratory to the springs work.
Pilger is selling his shoes
ami hats at less than one half
| what they cost. f 16
T M Heed sells sewing ma
chines and a general line of|
1, Wil iam of Ashton who ha# b en
: down with rheumatism for some time
’ came up ia-t Saturday night to visit hi# |
| daughter Mrs. II. J. Cole.
Ben Ne1#on of Washington twp., was
a pleasant caiier Monday, and contribut- [
cd a large dollar toward keeping the
wolf at bay this spring.
Mr and Mrs. Geo. Kightenour came1
over from Mason City, Monday. They !
have rented a fairn near Divide, and
will move thereon at once.
See that you get theoriginal DeWitt'#
Witch Hazel Salve when you a.-k for it.
The genuine i# a certain cure for piles,
seres and #kin disease#,--Odendahl Bros i
Tn t nler to make room for;
spring goods I still continue to!
make low prices on mv goods
J. Phil Jaeger.
Last Fiid.iy the mercury reached TO,
and Saturday 74 and OdenJahl Bros,
filled their ice box, but lr> and behold
Tuesday morning it was making a circle
Results. Immediate ami lasting Be
fore and after trying other remedies use
Rocky Mountain Tea this month. ’Twil
keep you well all summer. A great
spring blessing. Ask your druggist.
W. T. Gibson has been employed to
take charge of the wood work on a
large new brick building at Far
well. Ohlsen Bros have the contract
for the brick work.
The Fred Converse col s were sold on
the street last Saturday for $30.00.
Thpy were sold by the administrator on
an order from the Probate Judge and
purchased by J. A. Converse.
Mr. S. S. Haskell of Ord, and father
of the editor of the Ord Quiz, died ai,
that place Ia*t week. Mr. Haskell was
one of the old settlers of Valley county,
having settled in Ord, in 1875. He was
prominent In the openiug up of the
new county and in building the county
Prof lvison, of Lonaconing, Md., suf
fered terribly from neuralgia of the sto
much and indigestion for thirteen years
and after the doctors failed to cure him
they fed him on morphine. A friend
advised the use of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure and after taking a few bottles of
it he says, “I can’t say too much for
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ’’ It digests what
you eat—Odendahl Bros."
A few weeks ago Mr IIenfry Shrove
and family of Aurora, came up to visit
Mr. Shroves parents, and on their way
stopped with a friend over night Whose
family had had the ?carlet fever several
weeks previous but were at rhe time en
tirely well. Mr. Shrove's little girl
slept with the child that bad the fever
and in a few days after arriving at her
graud fathers, two miles west of town,
wanaken dov.n with the disease Since
then little Joseph Shrove and Will Jung
the son in-law of John Shrove has had
the same disease and Mr. Jung has ha<l
quite a serious time.
We were much pleased last Saturday
to learn that Mrs. Flynn of Oak Creek,
widow of Richard Flynn who died in
April ’95, had received 93,000, the full
amount of Mr Flynn’s certificate in the
Modern Woodmen of America When
Mr. Flynn died he was, as we learn, sus
pended for the non payment of an as
sessmcnt which debarred him from par
tlclpatlog in the benefit fund of the
order. The case has been reviewed by
the Head officers and at last has been de
cided In her favor and the money paid
to h>r, She is a hard working lady and
has been in poor health for some time
She is richly deserving of her good for
We are again called upon to chroni
cal another case of what is pronounced
by the examining physician, to be
small-pox. ThUtimeitis Miss Henry
Young, sister of Robert Young who
came home some three weeks ago and
brought the disease with him. It seem*
to he a very light case of varioloid and
in her ease does not appear to carry any
sickness with it. Miss Young is a teach
er in the Prirnaiy department of our
city schools and after a two weeks quar
antine the schools opened last Monday
with Miss Young at her desk, but it was
not discovered until Tuesday noon tnat
she iiad become a victim of the dread
disease. She was at once removed and
the school rooms thoroughly disinfect
ed. Mr Young's residence has again
been quarantined, but the schools will
continue witli the except on of the room
in which Miss Young taught, which has
j been closed for the week.
. Farmer's 1 nslitnle lo-ilav, to
night, tomorrow and tomorrow
night. Don’t miss it.
Mrs. Erncy Rentfrow was seriously j
ill Wednesday night
Adam Scfcaupp has a ear of Seed
Oats for sale at 35 cents per bushel, also
one car Northern ivpring wheat for seed
at $1.00 per bushel.
Erny Rentfrow moved into the house
recently vacated by Chi is Johansen ami
Mr Johansen now occupies the *ene- ;
ment house of Jimmy Conger
Their promptness and their pleasant |
effects make DeWitt’s Little Early Kis
era most popular little pills w herever
they are known. They are simply per- j
feet for liver and bowel troubler —Oden- j
S J. Petersen and J A. Liudgren of
Central City, was in ibe city Thursday j
and Friday. They were looking oyer |
the country with a view to investing in '
a stock rauch They were very favorbly
impressed with the country and may :
purchase land here.
Mr and Mrs. Andrew Dewoody, of
Coggon, la i are parents of a tine baby
girl, born January 33rd. Mrs Dewoody
H a niece of William Mead, living nottb
The father of the '’tine baby girl*' ■
mentioned above w as tbe first born in j
Sherman county, and is e young man ol !
There should be no danger felt by the !
people of tliis con rnunlty in regard to
catching small-por. in Loup Citv. The
case just developed, that of Miss Young,
like the other one is so light that, to
put it in her own words, “[ do not even
have a headache.*’ She had not yet
reached the point in the disease that it :
could be contracted by others when sfce
was isolated, and a strict watch for
symptoms of the disease is carefully
A Bright Honest Boy Warned
Tlie publishers of the famous illus- 1
irated weekly newspaper, PENNSYLVA
NIA Guit, are now placing representa
tives ar ev try post olllce in Nebraska,
an<! they desire to secure the service of
capable hustling agents in each of the
following towns of Gherman count):
Ashton, Hazard, Loup City and .Rock
ville, ami in other towns as are not al
ready supplied. The work isprotitable
and pleasant A portion of Saturday
only is required. Oyer5000 agents arc
doing splendidly. No money whatever
is required, Everything is furnished
free. Stationery, rubber stamp, ink and
pad, advertising matter, sample copies,
etc. Papers are shipped to be paid for
at the end of each month. Those not
sold a'e not charged for. Write to
Grit Publishing Co., Williamsport, Pa.,
and mention the Northwestern.
FOR SALE.—16 head of horses, 10
of them broke to woik and all good
young horses from 950 to 1160 lbs.,
mostly mares. Also a good new sewing
machine, feed grinder, new 4 horse
power, good shoats and brood -sows.
Eight months time will be given on
horse sales by purchaser giving note
with bankable security. Property at
my farm 10 miles below Loup City, on
the south side of the river. .1 1 lm
W. N. Sherman.
$26.45 TO CALIFORNIA.
February 12 19, 26
Mai eh 5, 12, 19, 26
April 2, 9,16, 23, 30
Lowest rate In years.
Applies to San Francisco, Los An
geles. Sacramento, San .lose anil pretty
nearly every oth-r important point in
California. Through torn is t sleepers
on all the above dates—get aboard at
any station in Nebraska at which train
stops; get off at Los Angeles.
See nearest Burlington ticket agent
or write J Francis, General Passenger
Agent, Omaha. Neb.
Low Hates, West arcl Northwest.
At a time of year when thousands
will take advantage of them the
Burlington Route makes sweeping
reductious iu its rates to the West
and Notthwest—to Utah, Montana,
Washington, Oregon and British
Dates: February 12. 19, and 2*5.
March 5, 12, 19, and 20,
April 2, 9, Hi, 23, and 30.
Kates are shown below:
To Ogden, Salt Lake, butte, Hel-j
cna, Anaconda and Missoula f v—O.
To All Points on the Northern l
Paeottc Ky. went of Missoula 1
Including Spokane Beattie, l SI OK
Tacoma. Portland as well ns v“ '
V'ancoVer, and Victoria It. c. J
To All Points on the Spokane
Pal s & Northern Ky and the ) o.)r
Washington & Columbia River v—10
H. It..- . . I
Never has the I’aciiic Northwest
been as prospeious as now. Labor
is in constant demand and wages are
high. The money making opportu
nities are beyond dumber-in mines,
lumber, merchandising, farming,
fruit raising, fishing, and all the
other industries of a ort,Ht and grow
Literature on request—free.
J. Francis, Gen 1 Passenger Agt.
If you peed apythipg ip
piy lipe give fne a call.
I HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK 01
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.
Sn i! He
Special Closing Out Sale:
It} lbs. Granulated sugar 81.00
Arbuckles Coffee - - .12
Lion Coffee. - - - .12
Best Soda Crackers - - - .7
One barrel Ginger Snaps - * .20
3 cans sugar corn - - ,2f>
Yeast, all kinds - .3
6 spools coats thread - - .25
Perline - - A
Corn starch and Gloss starch - 5
Grand Pa’s Soap ... 4
8 bars Silver Leaf Soap - . .26
20 cent can Cove Oyster . - .16
Glass wash board • - - .30
Battle ax and navy tobacco - .38
One gallon can best syrup - • .30
Cow or Arm and Hammer brand Soda .5
Lamp Flues, all sizes - - - .5
3 doz. clothes pins .5
1 am sellirg 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
I am positively going out of business is why I am making
such low prices on all goods.
THEO. L. PILGEF.
Are you satisfied with the way
your watch is running.
Are you 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 be jewelars and are not?
Are you satisfied to suffer with an
aching head when having your vis
ion corrected wdl stop it, and give
Are you satisfied with the specta
cles you laready have?
If \on are dissatisfied you surely
need my services. I have built up a
reputation for excellent work.
I have the knack of doing it just
the right way—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, vou’ll be sorry you
didn’t know me before.
G. H. MORGAN,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
LOUP OITY. N6B
Reliable man for Manager of
Brunch (Hike we wi-ili lo open in
this vicinity. If your record is O K
here is an opportunity. Kindly give
good reference when writing
A. T. Mobris Wholesale Hou.-e,
Illustrated catalogue 4 cts. stamps.
It is not so much what the news-j
papers say, as what neighbor says to
neighbor, or frieml to friend, that lias
brought Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy into such gen
eral use. It is as natural for people to
express their gratitude after using this
remedy as it is for water to tlow down
hi’.I. It Is the one remedy that ca:i al
ways be depended upon, whether a
baby be sick with cholera iofantum or
; a man with cholera morbus. It is pleas
ant. safe and reliable. Have you a bot
|tle of it in your homey For sale by
| Odendahl Bros.
Counterfeits of IieWitt’s Witch Ha
J zel Salve are liable to cause blood pois
oning. Leave them alone. The original
j has the name DeWitt upon the box and
| wrapper. It Is a harmless and healing
( salve for skin diseases. Unrivaled for
i piles.—Odendahl Bros.
R. J. NIGHTINGALE,
LOUP CJITT, I I m
A. S- MAIN.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
LOUP CITY, - - NEBRASKA.
OFFICE.—At St Elmo Hotel.
What would you do it taken with col
ic or cholera morbus when your physi
cian Is away from t ome and the drug
stores are closed? ALcr one such emer
gency you will always keep Chamb’r
laii.’s Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in y our home; but why wait
■until the horse is stolen before you lock
the stabls? For sale by Odendahl Bros
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
Land Office at Lincoln, Neb. I
February II, ittuo. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
Intention to make final 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 Monduy, March -Jft, Mil,
viz: Eddie B. Duncan, Homestead Entry
No. 17.M2, for the North East fouith, of
the North West fourth of Section is, T. 14,
R. lit west. lie names the following wit
nesses to prove tils continuous residence
upon and cultivation of, said land, viz:
William A. Parks, John S. Duncan, James
K. Lang, Marlon U. Parks, all of Lllob
J. W. Johnson. Register
WANTED.—Capable, reliable persona in
every couuty to represent large company
of solid financial reputation; $u:wt salary
per year, payable weekly; 18 per day abso
lutely sure and all expenses; straight,
bona-fide, definite salary, no commission;
salary paid each Saturday and expense
money advanced each week. STANDARD
house sat Dkakdoun st., Chicago. i
Night Wan Her Terror:
‘I v ould cough nearly all nightlong”
writes Mrs Ch*s. Applegate, of Alex
andria, Ind , “and could hardly get any
sleep I had consumption so bad that
if I walked a block I would cough
frightfully and spit blood, hut when
all other medicines failed, three §100
bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
wholly cured me and I gained 58
pounds.” It’s absolutely guarantee ; to
cure Coughs, Colds, I,a Grippe, Bron
chitis and all Throat and Lung Troub
les. Price 50c and 81.00. Trial bottles
free at Odendahl Bros.
Do the merchants of the country sell
more ‘ New Home” Sewing Machines
than they do of all other makes!1 Be
j cause their customers know the -New
Home” is the best and will have no
I other. For sale by
T. M. Rekd.
Ds$,»s1 ? what you cat.
Iteridfic vd, digests the food and aids
Nature 1>; strengthening aDd recon*
structlng ihe exhausted digestive or
gans. It-is the'la test discovered digest*
ant and tonic. Noothei preparation
can approach it tn ellieieney. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Heartburn,
Flatulence. Sour Stomach, Nausea,
ali other results of imperfeetdieestion
Prepared by E C DsWitt & Co.. Cbicaao.
For sale by ODKNDAHL DUOS..
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