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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1903)
of Cood Health
is pure food.
is all coffee—no glazing of
eggs or glue to conceal de
fects and cheapen its quality.
Fresh and uniform, rich
in flavor, because always in
sealed packages — never in
and all points
nst unit south.
Salt Lake City,
and all points
TRAINS LKAVE AS FOLLOWS:
No 52 Passenger.. 13:10 p. m.
No. do Freight.11.36a m.
No. 51 Passenger.11:07 p. m.
No. 50 Freight. 1:40 p. m.
Sleeping, dinner and reclining chair ears
(seals Creel on through trains. Tickets
sold and Imggagc cheeked to any point in
l he United stales or Canada.
For information, maps, lime tables and
tickets call on or write to It L, Ahthlk
Agent. Or J. FRANCIS, Gen'l Passenger
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
U. P. RA1WAY.
No. 8fi leaves daily except Sunday (pass
enger). 8: a. ui.
No. ss leaves Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, (mixed) 13 30 p. in.
No. leaves Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, (mixed) 8:55 p. m. )
No. 87 arrives dally except Sunday (mixed
12.05 p. III.
No. 85arrives daily except Sunday (pass
enger) 7:35 p. m.
First class service and close connections
east, west and south
II. J. Clifton, Agent,
COUNTY OFLICIAL DIKKCTORY.
B H K R M A N COUNTY, N K B.
U. H. Gibson. Clerk.
8. N. Swkbtland, Treasurer.
J. A. Anoikk, Judge.
J. 8. Pbulbb, Attorney.
KmVAKU SNYDER, Slieritr.
It. I>. IIBNDKICKSON, riupt. Public Inst.
K It Cohntno, Surveyor,
geo. W. Hunt Eli, Cornor.
HU l’l R VI 10 118 :
I) 0 Grow, Dlst, No. t., Chairman., I’D
address, Loup Cit y, Neb.
Andrew UOKSTKA, Dlst. No. 1., Ashton P <)
PETER TllODK, lM-t. No. 2 LoupCity, •' “
\V U 11ROWN, Dist. No. .1, I.oup City, ° “
John Maiefsiu, Dlst, No. 5, Ashton, “ “
Wvt. Jakob, Dist. No. 6, Rockville, “ "
\V 11 CUAI'MAN, Dlst, No. 7, Lltchtlold “ “
LOCAL LODGE DIRECTORY.
Loup City Lodge No. 33. A O U W.—Meets
2ud and 4th Thursday of each month.
Friendship Lodge No. 19, D of H.—1st ami
3rd Thursday of each month.
Loup City Council No 136, L M L A—1st and
3rd Monday of each month.
Mainland Castle-. No. 162, Royal Highlanders.
2nd and 4th Monday of each month.
Excelsior Lodge, No. 166. I O O F—1st and
3nd Saturday of each month.
Marhnon Lodge, No. Ill, K of P—2nd and
4th Wednesday of each month.
Loup City Camp, No. 636, M W A—1st and
3rd, Tuesday of each month.
Loup City Camp No. 827, K N A—2nd and
4th Tuesday of each month.
Porter Lodge. No. 106. a F & A M—Tuesday
on or before full moon and 2ud Tuesday
Joppa Chapter, No. 51, It A M—1st Monday
of each month.
Orental Chapter, No. 78—1st and 3rd Sat
urday of cash month.
L of G A Tt- 2nd and 1th Saturday of each
month, at 2 o’clock p. m.
Try Sheridan coal and you will be
satistled; supply always on hand at
E. G. Taylor’s elevator.
If you want Insurance that insures go
to F. E. Brewer, Loup City, Nebraska.
Try a pair of the seamless plain toe
ladies’ shoos just removed at II. J.
VKTK1UNAUV St HURON,
Dr. A. It. Norton, veterinary surgeon
has permanently located hero, and is
now ready to answer all calls. Office
at present at Troy Dale's livery barn,
Loup City, Neb. Bring your horses
and have their teeth exanined. Reas
onable charges for demtal and vctre
TWO TIIOKOl'GlIltKKD STALLIONS
will stand for the season at R. A. Wil
son livery barn. These are two of the
llnest horses in the country. You should
come and see them before breeding.
R A Wilson, Owner.
TrcupaSH Noth © To The Traveling Fublir
To whom it may concern:
As my land Is now being used as a
public high-way, you arc tiereby warned
not to drive on the same, section 22,
Townsh'n 10, Range 14, In Logan town
ship, Sherman county. Nebraska. Auy
one trespassing on said premises in vi
elation of this notice will be prosecuted
to the full extent of the law.
Hated this 18 day of April, 1003.
Joseph Damhowski, Owner.
For Sale.—A good Deeriog binder
has been in use only two years. Will
sell very reasonable. Enquire at this
oillce or see owner, one half mile south
of Loup City. AUGUST Reiman. Owner
•lust About Bedtime Take a
Little Early Riser—it will cure constipa
tion, biliousness and liver troubles. De
VVitt’s Little Early Riser ara different
from other pill. They do not grip and
break down the mucous membranes of
the stomach, liver and bowels, but cure
by gentle arousing serettons and giving
strength to these organs. Sold by Oden
S. W. Sours, photographer op
posite St. Elmo Hotel.
Geo. Ware, Jr. is here shaking
hands with old time friends.
If jou want to buy a good milk
cow call at this cilice.
Mr. and Mrs. JJar D. Grow have a
bian new baby boy at their house.
When you come to town drop in
to our sanctuu and tell us all the
Mr. A. J. Shipley of Clear Creek
was doing business at the county
seat last Saturday.
The editor left Wednesday on a
business trip to Falls City. He ex
pects to return Monday.
Get your tailor made suits at
Johuson, Lorentz & Co. we can fit
Jacob Albers has the lumber on
the ground for his new frame barn.
John M. Taylor is doing the carpen
Don’t fail to call on Johnson
Lawrenze & Co if you need a taylor
made suit. Perfect fit and satisfact
Mr. Hurbert Seed, anil cousin of
Mrs. C. Gasteyer arrived from Okla
homa last Monday and will clerk in
the Gasteyer store.
There is a strong movement od
foot to stop all illegall hunting ao<l
there are a number of persons who
are going to dotheir best to see the
law regarding hunting out of season
Lon Zink says that it pays to use
printers’ ink. Some two weeks ago
he came to this office and ordered a
dollors, worth and advertised his two
car loads of horses for sale. Now
he has them all sold.
Mr. Ward Van Valin, of Bavrd,
Nebraska, arrived here Saturday and
will go to work in the Keystone
lumber yards at once. He wants to
rent a house so that he can move
his family here.
The Ceggon Moniter comes to our
desk as a new exchange. The Moni
tor is printed in Coggon. Iowa, where
we used to live some thirty years
ago. It is a neat publication and
we gladly place it on our exchange
3. F. Reynolds returned home
from Souix City, Iowa where he
went to see his sister. He reports
that she was very seriously injured.
Mrs. A. L. Conhistr of Sargent is
still with her sister at Souix City.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Reed enter
tained the Royal Highlanders Drill
Team last Tuesday evening. Ice
Cream and cake was served and the
tables were beautiflly decorated with
flowers and wax candles. All report
a plesant evening.
In another column this week ap
pears the offical call for the repub
lican judical convention of this, the
I2tb. district, which will be held in
the city of Grand Island, Augest 25.
Sherman county is entitled to six
J. W. Heapy, Albert Mead, and
Henry Beck, Jas. Lang, John Kinsley
Frank Kuhn and one other whose
name we did not learn have pur
chased a tine new steem threshing
machine. They expect it to arrive
I ue boys who have been bathing
in the river under the bridge and
uear the public roads should stop it
at once or they are hbal to get into
trouble. We hear lots of kicking
about it, so we issue these words of
friendly warning. He careful about
Miss Elbe Zimmerman returned
home a few day ago from Peru, Neb
where she has taken a thorough
course in the kindergarden work in
the i'tate Normal at that place.
We are informed that she will be an
applicant for position in our city
schools another year.
The horse race matched by Ed
win Hawk and Fred Erlandson was
won by Hawk by about a neck. The
race was a quarter mile dash and
waa very close from start to finish.
Erlandson’s horse was a little in the
lead all the way to within about three
rod* of the wire when the Hawk
horse made aulllcient gain to barely
win out. It was a good test of the
speed of both horses.
(J. S. I'edler is going to put up a
new barn on bis residence property
Leiningcr Bros, are building some
very extensive coal sheds on the B
& M. track.
The crowd in town last Saturday
was very small as nearly all of the
farmers were iu the harvest field.
Miss Sadie Whitman of Wash
ington township has been employed
to teach the Clear Creek school iu
district no 25.
Our Clear Creek correspondent
writes that Messrs llerbaugh and
Burk of that neighberhood have re
cieved a new threshing outfit.
R. J. Nightingale is putting a
pitch roof on his cilice building in
place of tbo old tin roof. D. L.
Adamson and W. 11. Rettenmaver
are doing the carpenter work.
Mrs. L. Hansen has been enjoying
a visit from her sister-in-law Mrs
Sorrensen and two daughters, Clara
and Anna. They returned to their
home at Dannebrog, Monday.
J. T. McClaen of Broken How and
collector for the Deerjng Harvester
Company was a pleasantjcaller at this
office aDd purchased one of our book
of facts. Mr. McClaen is an early
settler of Custer county and is very
much interested in the early history
of the county.
A. Johnseo of Arcadia; Attorney
Robt. F. Starr, of Aurora; Land Agt.
Leach of Alboin, and Ward Van Valin
of Bayerd, are all new settlers here
who are trying their best to get
houses in which to move their fam
ilies but as yet have not succeeded.
Dr. Norton has moved nis family
into his new barn and has the brick
and other material on the ground
with which to build bis house. Mrs.
Norton starts this week for a visit
with her daughter near Aurora and
will be absent while her new home is
being made ready for occupancey.
Every bouse and every room in
town is filled and still they come.
Surely some one with money would
do well to put up a few houses for
rent. Already there are several bus
iness men located here who are
anxious to get their families here
but cannot get a bouse to move into.
Ralph Palmer of the Litchfield
Moniter while out fishing made a
catch of a six pounder. Dr. Palmer
accompanied his son, and the Moniter
says that they eaught 17 others
weighii g from ODe to three pounds
each. This is a pretty big fish
story but it would seem that the
son got the best of his father on
Loup City base ball team accomp
anied by several of our citizens, went
over to Ord last Tuesday aud played
the team at that place. It has been
many years since tbs two towns have
matched a game. The boys started
out early with a determation to do
the best they could. We understand
that the loosing team is to have forty
per cent of the gate receipts while the
winners get sixty per cent. They
returned late in the evening and rep
orted a score of 3 to 4 in favor of
The ball game between the first
and second nines, played last Friday
afternoon for a purse of $25.00 on a
side was a very closely contested
game and it took the tenth inniDg to
decide it. Both sides were a little
oir and the score ran high. At the
end of the ninth inniDg the score
stood 19 and 19, and in the tenth
the first nine made two tallies and
whitewashed their oppmants, thus
wimilog the game by a scratch.
Kd. Fuller of Arcadia umpired the
There has been more work done
on our streets this jear than has
been done for two years part. Many
property owners have their yards
prettier and cleaner than ever and
the town at this writing is looking
much nicer than it was last year.
Vet there is chance tor turther iui
provement. Some of the real estate
men who are ageuts for some of the
vacant lot owners should clean off
the weeds. It would help sell the
lots and enhance their value. There
is a growing demand for city prop
perty and the expense of cheaning
it up could all be made up in value
iu case of a sale.
NOTICE TO THE FUttLlC
Loup City, July 7th, 1908
The people of Loup City and vicinity
will take notice that, the undersigned,
merchants and business men of Loup
Cftf, have agreed that on and after July
12th 1908, their places of business wil
be closed at 8 o'clock, P M every even
ing and that they will also closed « n
Sunday except meat market, open until
10 o'clock, Sunday morning.
O. F. Peterson
Johnson L. A Co.,
E S llayhurst,
B. J. Swansen,
.Swanson & Dahl,
C. VV Conhiser,
A E. Chase,
S. F. Reynolds,
A Ml Her,
I have a car load of Maitland Pea
c"al of excellent quality. Good foi
steam threshers. Call and examine it.
E. G. Tayok,
■ Loup City park is now open for
picnics and private parties. Apply
to. if, Jknner.
Got .your umberilla of .Johnson Lor
en tz & Co.
Fly nets, fly nets, tly nets at Owens’
“Use Liquid Kosl for chicken chol
era, mites, lice, etc. For -ale by J.
D. ('■ l.each \ Co. have nothing to
lo but to sell land. List your farm
The time to sell Is when some one
wants to buy. List your land with IV
O. Leach & Co.
Go to Owens’ harness shop for fly net -
vhcre there is a large assortment, tb<•
>est on the market. Prices right.
If you have butter and eggs to sell
take them to Swanson & Dahl. High
est prices for produce. Lowest price
I f you want Are, wind, storm or hal
nsuranee call on or write F. E. lire we:
Ofllee with T. S. Nightingale, Loir
D. C. Grow, of the Northern Millin
company feed store wants to trade ilou*'
for wheat. lie also has a tine grad«
>f whole wheat flour for sale.
0. A. Austin a former resident of
ibis city was a pleasant caller at this
office last Wednesday. He has our
thanks for a silver dollar with which
he renewed his subscription.
Chas. Conhiser had his store seller
tilled with water to the depth of *
inches from the rain storm which ac
cotnpained the wind Tuesday night.
C. H. Wmeteer, of Rockville has
been visiting his sick brother at Orel.
While there one of his horses got
out of the barn and took the trail
for home Tuesday, lie drove to
Loup City however with the other
hofse hitched to the buggy pole and
enroute saw several persons who had
seen bis horse coming south. At
Loup City he learned that the an
imal had been taken up by Andrew
Widstrand and drove out in the
The wind storm of last Tuesday
night done considerable damage
throughoutthe city. In several instan
ces blowing of chimmines and blow
ing down barns. A plentiful supplyof
windmills and trees were also spoils
of the wind. The new mill which
was being constructed at Loup City
and which was about two thirds
finished, the roof having just been
placed, was completiy demolished
by the wind and will have to be re
built from the grouud up. The loss
is estimated at about $3,000.00.
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BIEMOND & MILLER,
— rr.OI’KIETORS OF
CITY MEAT MARKET- «
We carry in stock all kinds of FRESH # SALT
MEATS, and can fill all orders promptly and satisfactorily.
We solicit a fair share ot‘ the public’s patronage, and
will give you your money’s worth at all times. >*♦ »
Highest Market, Price Paid for I/i</eH.
LOUP CITY. NEBRASKA.
A. P. GULLEY, President. W. F. MASON, Caslii, r.
OP LOUP CITY
Paid up Capital Stock $20,000.
Seaboard (National Bank, INew York City, IN. Y.
Omaha National Bank. Omaha. Nebraska.
J. I. DEl’EWKN
My shop is the largest and best equipped north of the Platte Kiver •
I have a four horse engine and a complete line of the latest improved, ma
rj chinery, also a force of experienced men who know how to operate it and,
turn out a lob with neatness and dispatch.
I MY PRICES ARE REASONABLE AND PROMPT]
ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
Soliciting your patronage I am
J. I. DEPEW, Loup City, Neb. •
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“The Yellostone Park is something abso
lutely unique in this world, as f*r as I
know. Nowhere else in any civilized
country is there to be found
such a tract of EX'ujHf vertibal*4 won
derland, made f||Q0|j accessible to
all visitors, *J-IjhOL>v!' where at the
<lj * ptctssie*
same time not only the scenery of the
wilderness, but the wild creatures of ihe
park, are scrupulously preserved
The popular route to Yellowstone National Pask
is via the UNION PACIFIC to M <nida, Mom ,
thence, dailj’, splendid C meord Coaches take the
visitor to all points in the Park.
VERY LOW RATES
During June, July and Auguif
For full information call on or address C, I,. ITakvkv, Agf.
Catarrh of the Stomach.
When the stomach is overloaded;
when food is taken into ir, that, fails to
digest, it decays and en 11 allies the
mucous membrane, exposing the nerves
and causes the glands to secret tnucjn
instead of the natural juices of digestion
This is called Catarrh of the Stomach
For years I have suffered with Catarrh
of the Stomach, caused bv indigestion.
Doctors and medicines tailed to bentit
me until 1 used Kodot Dyspepsia Cure.
J. R. Rhea Coppell, Tax. Stjd by Oden
LOW JIA IKS TO CALIFORNIA.
The Burlington offers round trip tick
ets as follows.
San Francisco and return, $46.45,
August 1 to 11.
Los Ang'lcs and return, $46 45,
August 1 to 14.
Ask the ticker agent for parth uIhi-.
TO CURK V COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative llroma Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if n falls
to oure, E, W. Grove’s signature la on
each box. 25ct.
This ha* long been regarded as one of
the most dangerous and fatal diseases
to which infants are subject. It can be
cured however, when properly treated.
All that is necessary is to give Cham
berlain’s Colic, Cholera, and diarrhoea
U> medy anil castor oil,as directed with
each bottle, and a cure iscrrtWn. For
sale by OdeudahJ Bros.
LOW KATES WEST,
The Burlington offers round trip tick
ets as follows.
Denver, Ctd, and teturn $15.30, June
1 to Sept. 30.
Colorado Springs, Col,, and return
817.80 June 1 to Sept. 30.
Pueblo, Col., and return, *18.05 June 1
to Sept 30
Glen wood Springs, Col., and return,.
827.30. June 1 to Sept. 20.
Ogden, Utah, and return, $31 35, June
1 to Sept 30.
Salt Like City, Utah, and return,
I $31.35, June 1 to Sept. 30.
Deadwood, 8. D., and return, 817.00,
June l to Sept. 30.
Lead, S. D., and return, $17 00, June 1
i to Sept. 30
Hot 'springs, 8 D., and return 814.80,
June 1 to Sept. 30.
Custer, 8, D , and return, $15.40, June
1 to 8ept 30
I Ask the ticket agent, for particulars.
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