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LOUP CITY NEBII.
St. Joseph, Salt Lake City,
Kansas City, Portland,
8t. Louis. San Franolsco,
and all points and all points
ast and south. West.
THAtNS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS:
No. 52 Passenger.12:10 p. tn.
No. 00 Freight.11:28 a. m.
No. 51 Passenger.11:07 p. in.
No. 59 Freight. 1:40 p. tn.
■Sleeping, dinner and reclining chair cars
(si tus tree) on through trains. Tickets
sold and baggage checked to uny point In
the United States or Canada.
For information, maps, time tables and
tickets call on or write to It X,, ARTHUR
Agent. Or J. Francis, Gen’l i'assenger
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
r, P. UAIVVAY.
No. 8fi leaves dally except Sunday (pass
enger). 8: a. in.
No. tt) h aves Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, (mixed) 12:30 p. m.
No. 90 leaves Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, (mixed) 2:55 p. in. 1
No. 87 arrives dally exeopt Sunday i mixed
12:05 p. m.
No. 85 arrives dully except Sunday (pass
enger) 7:35 p. m.
First class service and close connections
east, west and south
11. J. Clifton, Agent,
COUNTY OFFICIAL. OJKKCTOKY.
S HERMAN COUNTY, NEB.
G. II. Gibson, Clerk.
8 N. 8WKBTI.ANI), Treasurer.
J. A. ANOifcR, Judge.
J. s. Peulkr, Attorney.
Edward snydkr, sueriir.
It. 1). llRNDKICKSON, Sltpt. Public Inst.
E B Cohnino, Surveyor,
GKO. W. Hunter, Cornor.
l) 0 Ghow, DUt. No. 4., Chairman., Pu
address, LoupCIty, Neb.
Andrew gorhtka, Dlst. No. 1., Ashton P O
Peter Thode, 1)1-1. No. 2 LoupCIty, “ “
W o Brown, Hist. No. 3, Loup City, “ *'
John Maikfski, Hist. No. 5, Ashton, “ “
Wm. Jakob, DIM. No. 0, Rockville, " "
W 11. CHAPMAN, Hist. No. 7, Litchileld “ “
LOCAL LODGE DIRECTORY,
Loup City Lodge No. 33, A O U W — Meets
2nd and 4th Tuuraday of each month.
Friendship Lodge No 19, Hof H.—1st and
3rd Thursday of each month.
Loup City Council No 130. L M L A—1st and
3rd Monday of each monlh.
Mateland Castle, No. 102, Royal Highlanders.
2nd and 4ih Monday of cacti month.
Excelsior Lodge. No. 100. I O O F—1st and
3nd Saturday of each month.
Marimon Lodge, No. Ill, K of P—2nd and
4th Wednesday of each month.
Loup City Camp, No. 038, M W A—1st and
3rd, Tuesday of each month.
Loup City Camp No. 8-27, It N A—2nd and
4th Tuesday of each month.
Porter Lodge, No. loo, A F & A M—Tuesday
on or before full moon and 2nd Tuesday
Joppa Chapter, No. 54, It A M—1st Monday
of each month,
Orental Chapter, No. 78—1st and 3rd Sat
urday cd cash month.
L of G A It—2nd and 4th Saturday of each
month, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Try Sheridun coal and you will be
satisfied; supply always on hand at
IS. Gt 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
ladles' shoes just recicved at B. J.
Dr. A. R. Norton, veterinary surgeon
has permanently located here, and is
now ready to answer all calls. Olllec
at present at Troy Ilale's livery barn,
Loup City, Neb. Bring your horses
and have their teeth ox'anined. Reas
onable charges fordemtal and vetre
TWO TUOKOUGHBKKD STALLIONS
will stand for tho season at R. A. Wil
son livery barn. These are two of the
linest horses in tho country. You should
coine and see them before breeding.
R A Wilson, Owner.
Trespass Notice To The Traveling Public
To whom it may concern:
As my land is now being used as a
public high-way, you are nereby warned
not to drive on the same, section 22,
Township 1(5, Range 14, in Logan town
ship, Sherman county, Nebraska. Auy
ono trespassing on said premises in vi
olation of this notice will be prosecuted
to the full extent of the law.
Dated this 18 day of April. 1903.
Joseph Damhowski, Owner.
Fob Sale.—A good Deerlng binder,
has been in use only two years. Will
sell very reasonable. Enquire at this
oflloc or see owner, one bait mile south
of Loup City. August Reiman. Owner
Just About Bedtime Take a
Little Early Riser—it will cure constipa
tion, biliousness and liver troubles. De
Wilt's Little Early Riser are 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 seretlona and giving
strength to these organs. Sold by Oden
Kd. Jenelewicr has a new bycicle
A. P. Culley arrived home yertcr
Miss Josie Polski is in the city
U. U. Welch made us a friendly
C. W. Sours, photographer op
posite St. Elmo Hotel.
If you want to buy a good milk
cow call at tliia oilice.
N. B. Thompson was aeen on our
Highest market price paid for
chickens at E. A. Chase.
Miss Ethel Pearson of Litchfield
is here attending institute.
A bouncing baby boy was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Itowe Tuesday.
Get your tailor made suits at
Johnson, Lorentz & Co, wo can fit
We see that hills are out announc
ing a Woodmen picnic at Arcadia
August 12 th.
The new barn which Jacob Albers
has been boilding on his residence
property has been completed.
The Ogle Bros, started up their
threshing machine on the Hansel
farm north of town Tuesday.
Several of the ohimneys which
wore blown otf during the recent
wind storm have been replaced.
The dance which was to come of
last Friday evening, failed to take
place no account of the weather, it
Don’t fail to call on JohnsoD
Lorentz & Co if you need a taylor
mode suit. Perfect fit and satisfact
.lames—Don’t figure on marrying a
motile wife unless you are a mir.d reader
and know for certain that she takes
Kooky Mountain Tea. Odeudabl Bros.
Aliss. Clara Soreasen of Denne
brog who has been visiting her aunt
Mrs. L. Hausen, went to Arcadia
Tuesday to visit relatives at that
A game of base ball will be play
ed this afternoon between the Rav
enna club and the home nine, but
we go to press to early to give results.
Diu Muiick, Willie Simpson,
and Fritz and Criss Johansen left
with C. A. Austin for the sand hills
lael Tuesday where they will help put
up the crop of hay.
Mr. E. Brewer who has been vis
iting bis children here for several
months past departed for Salt Lake
City where he will spend the winter
with his son Harvy. The North
wertkrn wishes him a most pleas
Mrs. Robert F. Starr and little
son, of Aurora arrived here last
Tuesday evening. Mrs. Starr is
quite well pleased with Loup City
and hopes to get settled with her
husband soon, who is a practic
ing attorney here.
Arthur Lane of Arcadia passed
through the city last Tuesday on
hia way home from Indiana where
he hae been for two weeks. He
says that the Middle Leup valley
are much better than any thsng be
has seen on the route. He purch
ased a steam threshing outfit while
away and shiped it home with him.
Senator Wall was tendered a re
ception last Saturday evening by
the ladies of the G. A. R. at their
hall in this city. There was a good
crowdout and nearly all them embers
of the bar were present. A fine pro
gram was rendered and refreshments
wero served. Mrs. /. M. Hunter
presented, on behalf of the ladies a
handsome rocker. The gift was ac
nowledged by Mr. Wall in a very
fine speech. The occasion was
J. II. Parakali, the owner of the
new grist mill, and who was absent
from the city when the high wind of
last week wrought such destruction
to his mill building, arrived here
Thursday ot last week and set Lis
force of carpeuters at work rebuild
ing the structure. The buildiDg
carried no insurance and all damage
done was a total loss. Mr. Parshall
has the sympathy of all our people
and is to he congratulated for his
enterprise and pluck in rebuilding
under such tryiDg circumstances.
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Eugene Henry is sporting a new
Dr. Norton lias his new house in
Chas. Reidel was doing business
in town Wednesday.
D. L. Garrison and daughter arriv
ed in the city Friday.
A. M. Bennett is building a new
addition to his residence.
\V. P, Reed has a bunch ot horses
which he will sell to buyers.
The work of getting ready for the
reconstruction of the mill is about
A new barn is going up on the J.
S. Pedler place- Wm. Rowe has the
Will Fletcher had two carloads of
horses arrive on the U. P. last Satur
Willie Minohull and cousin of
Litobfield were visiting in Loup City
Frank Lorchick has just purchased
a new steam threshing outfit. It is
a first class turn out.
Tne Woodmen have been drilling
the last week for the prize which is
to be given at the picnic at Arcadia
Emery Knight has <juit the dray
and gone to work with Lee Adamson
at the carpenter trade.
We just received our new cabinet
case from James Depew and it is a
good piece of workmanship.
Thso. Ojendyk, of Ashton was a
pleasant caller Tuesday while tran
sacting business in the city.
All the dimension work is up on
the Geo. Zimmerman new residence
and the completion is not far olf
If you want tiro, wind, storm or hall
insurance call on or write F. E. Brewer
Olliee with T. IS. Nightingale, Loup
Makes bomely women beautiful good
looking women handsome. Greatest
beautifyer in the world. Such as Rocky
Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Never fails.
George Newberg of Hazard town
ship made this ofllce a pleasant call
while in the city yesterday. He re
newed his subscription.
I>. C. Grow, of the Northern Milling
company feed store wants to trade tlour
for wheat. He also has a flue grade
of whole wheat flour for sale.
Art Inks resumed his work at the
Depew blacksmith shop last Mon
day morning. A severe sprain
of his ankle, the result of ball play
ing has kept him from work for sev
The ladies of the German Aid Soc
iety will give an ice cream social at
the German Church on Saturday Aug
ust 15th. All those who wish to en
joy a delicious dish of ice cream
should not fail to call on them.
G. 11. Brock, of Hazard township
took a few minutes time to call on
the editor while at the county hub
Tuesday. Mr. Brock reports grain
lighter than expected in his section.
Threshing has just commenced.
Mrs. W. Hawk, of Webster town
•hip is dangerously ill, having first
taken down with some stomach
derangement and afterwords taken
with thyphoid fever. Her sickness
brought on premature child birth
ami the infant died in a few hours
after being born. Sbe is very low
at this writing.
The lecture at the opera house
in this city by Prof. W. R. Jackson,
of Wesylin University Place, Lincoln
was quite well attended and very
much appreciated by the teachers of
the institute and all who were pres
ent. The subject was "Practical
Education.” Mr. Jackson is a good
speaker and a gentleman of fine
W. R. Mellor and wife returned
from Yellowstone Park last Wed
nesday. whero they have been for a
pleasure outing. They report a
very pleasant time during their two
weeks stay. They were in the park
nine days and on their return trip
visited the Hot Springs and Wind
Cave in South Dakota. It took
them two hours to go into the cave
abont one and a half miles and to a
depth of 150 feet and one hour to
come out. In describing the scene
within the cave and the experience
he had while there Mr. Mellor tells a
very intei^stiug story.
Don,l forget the republican cacus
Goto K. G. Taylor for House and
Mrs. M. 0. Mulick and son William
ieft Tuesday for a visit to Denver.
Mrs. Chase, of Mason City spent
Sunday with Her relatives in the city
Mre. 0.0. Ilettenmay er and child
ren of Arcadia are here visiting rel
Miss Bessie McPherson, of York,
N’ebr. is visiting at the A. P. Culiey
A. T. Conger dow occupies the re
sidence be recently purchased of .1.
J. S, Pedier has moved into his
residence which has been re-fitted
ami re furnished.
Mrs. C. Gasteyer is in Chicago
where she will buy a fall and winter
stock of dry goods.
C. L. Ilarvy, our popular U. P.
depot agent is a balchelor, bis wife
having gone to visit her parents.
M. C. Mulick John Dahl and D.
C. Leach went over to Old Tues
day to take in the great ball game.
If you have butter and eggs to sMl
take them to Swanson A Dahl. High
est prices for produce. Lowest prices
Okas H. French was taken ser
iously ill last Monday with spasmotic
cholic. He is again able to be
arround but is still feeling bad.
W. 8. Jay, the hustling agent for
tbe Lincoln Evening News and the
8tate Journal called on us yesterday
Mrs. J. A. Gilbert is visiting
friends in Grand Island.
A woman should be as young us possi
ble. Tbe fewer years she caries in the
eyes of others the greater her power to
charm and wiu the battles of life. Rocky
Mountian Tea keeps one young and
beautiful. Odendabl Bros.
A. Boone hs9 purchased the art
studio at Rockville and will soon
move it to Loup City. He will
locale on the ourth side of main
street, between the 8t. Elmo hotel
and the Ilobius barber shop.
This office acknowledges a friend
ly call from Mr. a. 11. Gray of
Litchfield who has not been to the
county seat for more than a year.
Mr. Gray is an cx county supervisor
being a member of the board while
living in Bristol township some
years ago. lie reports crops look
ing fine in liis section. One job of
threshing barley has been done
which averaged 40 bu. per acre.
From him we learn that Mrs. Gray
has been visiting friends in Wiscon
sin and that himself an i daughter
have been batching.
Married.—On last Sunday at high
noon AuguHt 2, 1 fiO-'l al the Wharton
hotel oecured the marriage of Mr.
W. C. What ton to Mias. May Senula
two of Loup City’s popular young
people. Rev. John Madely officiat
ed. Mr. Whorton has purchased the
Henry Thode residence in the south
part of town and with his fair bride
has at once assumed the duties of
house keeping. They start out in
life with the best wishes of all who
know them. The Northwestern
joins their long list of friends in
wishing them a long, prosperous and
happy wedded life.
AmoDg other items of interest that
did not Had to these column
last week, owing to the absence of
the editor from the city nearly all
week, was the marriage of B. W.
Parkhurst to M iss Lizzie Goldsworthy,
both of this county. The marriage
ceremony was preformed by Rev.
John Madely at the home of editor
Brown in this city. The coitracting
parlies are well and favorable knowD
to a large cirole of friends. Mr.
Parkhurst resides on his farm in
Webster township and with his fair
bride will make the farm their future
home. Th# bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldsworthy and
sister of Mrs. E. A. Brown of this
city. We join their friends in ex
tending to them a pleasant and
Epworth League choir social at
the J. W. Long residence. A fine
program will be given and refresh
Wanted.— A neat, tidy girl for
general house work. Will pay $3 00
ier week. Inquire at this office
>r of Mrs A. V. Zink.
BIEMOND & MILLER,
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 of the public’s patronage, and
will give you your money’s worth at all times. *• ^
Highest, Market Price Paid for Hides. ^
LOUP CITY. NEBRASKA.
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A. P. CIJLLKY, President. W. P. MASON, Cash'rr
F.RST 1 I
OF LOUP CUV
Paid up Capital Stock $20,000.
Seaboard Motional Bank, Mew York City, M. Y.
Omaha Mational Bank. Omaba. Nebraska.
•*SJ. I. DEPEW®*
Blacksmith t Wagon Maker,
My ghon is the largest anil beat equipped north of the l’latte Rivet
I have a four horse engine and a complete line of the latest improved, nn
chinery, also a force of experienced men w ho know' how to operate it anc
turnout a job with neatness and dispatch.
MY PRICES ARE REASONABLE AND PROMPT
ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
Soliciting your patronage I am
J. I. DEPEW, Loup City, Neb.
“The Yellostone Park is something »bso
lutelv unique in this world, as fur as I
know. Nowhere else in any civilized
country is there to be found
such a tract of feyMljl vertibalc won
derland, made rg£yu|| acces«iible to
all visitors, where at iho
game time not only the scenery of the
wilderness, but the wild creatures of the
park, are scrupulously preserved.
The popular route to Yellowstone National Pask
is via the UNION PACIFIC to Monida, Mont ,
thence, daily, splendid Concord Coaches take the
visitor to all points in the Park.
VERY LOW RATES
During June, July and Auguu
For full information call on or address C, I . Harvey, Ant.
Catarrh of the Stomach.
When the stomach is overloaded;
when food is taken into it that fails to
digest, it decays and enllantes the
mucous membrane, exposing the nerves
and causes the glands to secret mucin
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 failed to bentit
me until l used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
J. R. Rhea Coppell, Tax. Sold by Oden*
LOW KA TES TO CALIFORNIA.
The Burlington offers round trip tick
ets as follows.
San Francisco and return, $40 45,
August 1 to 14.
Los Angeles and return, $40 45,
August 1 to 14.
Ask the ticket agent for particulars.
TO CURE A COLD INONE DAY
Take Laxative Uromo Gullit no Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it falls
to cure. E, W. Grove's signature Is on
each box. yfict.
This has 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
Remedy and castor oil,as directed with
each bottle, and a cure is eertian. For
sale bv Odendah' Bros
LOW RATES WEST,
The Burlington offers round trip tick
ets as follows.
Denver, Col , and return $15.30, June
1 to Sept. 30.
Colorado Springs, Col., and return
$17.80 June 1 to Sept. 30.
Pueblo, Col., and re,turn, $18.65 June 1
to Sept 30.
Glenwood Springs, Col., and return,
$27.30, June 1 to Sept. 20.
Ogden, Utah, and return, $31.35, June
1 to Sept 30. *
Salt Lake City, Utah, and return,
$31.35, June 1 to Sept. 30
Dead wood, S. I), and return, $17.90, w
June 1 to Sept. 30. 7
Lead, S. I)., and return, $17 90, June 1
to Sept. 30
Hot springs, S D., and return $14.80,
June 1 to Sept. 30.
Custer. S, D , and return, $15.40, June
1 to Sept. 30
Ask the ticket agent for particulars.
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