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Hunting Coats and Hats, Dog Collars and Chains, Guns and a complete stock of For a Drayman
Ammunition, at IP- O- HER IE !E ID’S. That catches
J. W. Conger
THURSDAY. SEPT. 14, 1905.
A Few Market Quotations.
Cattle, per 100 lbs.$2.00(4 $3 00
Hogs, per 100 lbs. 4.70
Corn, ber bu. .36(4 39
Wheat, per bu.50 @ .64
Oats, per bu. .16(4 .19
Rye, per bu.38(4 .42
Eggs, per doz. 12
Butter, per lb. 15
All persons indebted to us is re
quested to settle their accounts before
Oct. 1st, as we must have money to pay
our fall bills. Respectfully.
Johnson & Lorentz
Those who are owing me accounts
will please arrange to settle during the
month of September, as 1 need all the
money due me to meet my obligations
P. O. Reed.
Buggies, Buggies, at T. M. Reed's.
Eugene Henry is reported quite sick.
Buy a manure spreader of T. M.Reed.
Gasoline Engines. T. M. Reed sells
Blankets from 50c to S5 at Johnson
IIG2, Ashley Conger, the drayman.
The new Baptist personage li.-.s the
frame work up.
A full line of school tablets at John
son & Lorentz'.
Joe Cording is clerking in a drug
store at St. Paul.
Free hack to the park dances every
Ira Sailing of Cushing, Nebr., is here
on land business.
Phone A. T. Conger. H62, when in,
need of a drayman.
T. M. Reed can sell you a good rake
and mowing machine.
Buy your shoes while the sale is on
at Johnson & Lorentz’.
Cage Woven Wire fencing. Best on
earth. L. N. Smith, agent.
A fine line of pocketbooks for ladies
just in at Johnson & Lorentz’.
Don't forget the Northern Milling
Co for flour and feed stuffs.
Another assortment of ribbon just
received by Johnson & Lorentz.
See the new millinery caps at Miss
Hunt’s. Opposite St. Elmo hotel.
See W. P. Reed for real estate and
collections at reasonable prices. £7
Dr. N. L. Talbot from near Austin, is
dangerously ill with typhoid fever.
Ben Boone of Iowa City, Iowa, is
here visiting his brother, A. Boone.
Watch for mv opening dates.
A. anna Hunt.
Mrs. Jas Bayne, who lias been uuite
sick, is much better at present wiiting.
Phone N22, the Loup City Flour aud
Feed Store. Wes McCombes has charge
Sam Daddow is having his residence
recently purchased from Dar Grow, re
I)o not forget that Johnson & Lorentz
can save you money on clothing and
Carsten Truelsen wrent up to Sar
gent last Monday in the interest of the
Dr. Sumner Davis,Grand Island, Neb.
specialist in disease of eye and ear.
Examination for glasses.
Miss Zuelow came up from Schuyler
a few days since, to be at the bedside
of her sister, Mrs. Bayne.
Get aher.d of the flies by ordering
your screen doors and window screens
of LEiNrnGER Lumber Co.
Try the Loup City Flour and Feed
Store, R. W. McCombs, Manager, for
best flour and feed. Phone N22.
Prospective customers will get a neat
souvenir at our store during our Majes
tic demonstration week. Call early,
before they run out.—E. S. Hayaurst.
I have a good second-hand corn
sheller with Woodbury power complete
and all in good condition, which I will
sell right. See it at Hayhurst’s hard
wore store. A. W. Wilson.
Jenner’s Park is the finest place in
this section of the country for picnic
parties and entertainments of a like
character, Mr. Jenner will make satis
factory arrangements with those desir
ing the use of the paik for such purposes
The Majestic Manufacturing Co, of
St Louis, Mo., will have a man at
E. S. Hayhurst’s store all week from
Sept 25 to 30, who will show you how
to bake biscuits brown, top and bottom
in three minutes. Don’t miss this
«hance of seeing the great cooking
Drs. Davis & Farnsworth of Grand
Island, Neb., are prepared to treat all
forms of chronic diseases, such as Rheu
matism, Stomach disorders. Tumors
Cancers, Paralysis, Kidney diseases?etc
The doctors use.besides nelicineanc
surgery,the x-ray, hot air b iths, elec
tricity and massage.
Clias Minshull is clerking in Ga-9
teyer’s store this week.
The latest thing in childrens' and
misses’ school caps at Miss Hunt’s.
Draper’s new studio just east of the
St Elmo hotel. People go there.
Neil Hover is working in Cooper’s
store during the absence of M5ss Eflie
Bud O Bryan goes to Kearney next
Monday to enter the military school at
Get a number on the hat at Miss
Hunt’s millinery store, opposite the St.
The second story of the new First
National Bank building is nearing
The editor went down to Lincoln
yesterday to attend the Republican
Biscuits baked in three minutes every
day at our store during exhibit, Sept
25 to do, E. S. Hayiiurst.
Phones have been secured by It. D.
Hendrickson.J. B. Ford and Sim Criss,
since last leport.
Come and see the great cooking won
der at our store. See advertisment in
this paper—E* S Hayhckst.
Judge Wall returned from Broken
Bow, Monday, where he was defend:ng
Scott ILtddix in the murder case.
In the absence of Rev. Wold, of the
Baptist church, A. L. Zimmerman will
preach in the morning and evening.
Mrs R. J. Nightingale and son
Herbert left for Kearney yesterday,
where Herbert will enter the military
school’at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lorentz and Miss
Tony Erazim returned from their Colo
rado trip last Friday. They report a
most enjoyable time.
We are giving free $7 50 worth of
ware at our store. See advertisement
in this paper for particulars.
E. S. Hayhukst.
W it. Mellor and Judge Wall left for
Lincoln yesterday, the former to attend
a meeing of the State Fair board, the
latter a delegate to the Republican
Mr and Mrs. C. O. Bloimjuist of
Arcadia were guests over last Sunday
at Fie home of J! P. Leininger. Mr.
Blomquist is manager of the Leininger
lumber yard at that place.
Rev. H. S. Wold left Monday for
Sioux Falls. S I). He was accom
panied by his little sister-in-law, Miss
Etlia Putnam, who will remain with
her mother at that place.
The Princess Comedy Co , which was
to have played here three days last
week, only filled one night’s engag:
meut, owing to the non-arrival of new*
members of the company.
Drop in and have a cup of coffee and
hot biscuits at our store any day during
exhibition week. We will be glad to
see you if you intend to buy or not.—
E. S. Hayhurst
Tuesday evening, a young man living
east of Schaupp Siding, by the name of
Mason, received a severe injury by
being thrown from a horse. His collar
bone was fractured and be was other
wise badly shaken up.
The sad news reaches n from
Gothenburg, this state, that the six-'
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Clifton, of that place, had died Aug.
28th,of rheumatism of the heart. Mr.
Clifton was formerly U. P. agent here.
Mr. Geo Scott and family arrived
from Council Bluffs last Thursday for
a week's visit with Mr. Scott’s good
mother, returning home this merning.
They drove overland by team, to enjoy
roughing It, as it were, returning home
in the same manner.
Every lady visiting my millinery
parlor, commencing Saturday, Sept 16.
until the lait day of my opening, will
get a number. At the close of the
opening the numbers will lie drawn
in the usual way, and the lucky number
will entitle them to any hat in the
store, or one made to suit the party.
Call and get a number. Opposite St.
Elmo hotel. Anna Hunt.
The Iladdix-Butler murder case on
trial at Broken Bowr last week was
finished Saturday, the jury bringing in
a verdict of murder in the second
degree against Scott Iladdix. Judge
Hoste ler reserved sentence till after
the defense has presented argument for
a new trial. In rendering its verdict,
the jury requested the prisoner receiye
the mercy of the court. Later—The
court overruled the motion for a new
trial and Haddix was sentenced to
serve twelve years in the penitentary.
The case will undoubtedly be carried to
the supreme court.
The ladies of the Baptist Aid Society
held an old-fashioned social and supper
at their church, last Thursday evening,
to celebrate the advent of Die new
lighting system for the church in place
of the tim -honored cliandliers which
have shed their refulgent rays over the
worshippers of that church for years.
A splendid supper, prepared by the
ladies was eagerly sought by hungry
humanity, the tables being w ell filled
from * to 8 o’clock. Following the
supper, at a given signal, the old lights
were replaced by the new, the church
being in momentary darkness during
the change, the new lights being hailed
with delight by those present. Follow
ing came a short but interesting pro
gram prepared for the occasion, pre
ceded by a felicitous speech by Jurist
Angier on ibe happy change and then
afier a social time of greetings tbt
most enjoyable evening was at an end,
Financially, as well as socially, the
occasion was a grand success.
Heavy rain this morning •
C. W Brigham, agent for the Crancer
Music Co., of Linco'n, is here this
Cal) and see the up-to-date hats at
Miss Hunt's miliinery store opposite
the St. Elmo hotel.
P. O. Reed has rented the building
now occupied by T. S. Nightingale, and
will occupy same iu a few weeks.
Draper, the photographer. Draper,
the photographer. You know him. He
Is just east of the St. E’mo hotel. Go
Jas. Depew this week sold four lots
west of his r. sidence to J. C- Fletcher,
of Boelus, who will soon erect a new
Remember you get a number on a hat
if you call at Miss Hunt’s millinery
store within the next two weeks.
Opposite St. Elmo hotel.
Why buy a cat in a sack—at our
exhibit, Sept. 25 to 30, we will show you
a Majestic in actual operation.
E. S. Hayhue t.
Joe Seipmann, of Tipton, la., has
rented John Eggers’ meat market, also
Kate Burrows’ r idence and expects
to move his family here in the nerr
If you hold the lucky number during
the next two weeks, you get your
choice of the hats or one made to order
at Miss Hunt’s nr’linery store opposite
the St. Elmo hotel.
A. P, Culley and W. F. Mason ac
companied by Theo. Hoellsworth of
Greelv, and C. Bradley of Wolbach,
went to Srrgent Monday evening to
open the new bank.
By an error, the name of A. J. Bud
ler wr.s left off the last telephone
directory. Subscribers are asked to
place the subscriber named on a blank
line following the initial “B,” namely,
“H 21 A. J. Budler.”
Mr. and Mrs Albert May, who have
been visiting at the home of Mr, and
Mrs. I). M. Gue for several days, re
turned to their home at Central City,
Tuesday morning. Mr. May is a
brother of Mrs. Gue.
rraiiK jtr osier, our poj uiar tonsoriai
artist, hied himself away to Fayette,
Idaho, last Sunday morning, for a short
trip. He wcs accompanied by his
sister. Miss Ella Foster. They expect
to be absent a week or ten days.
Madame Rumor whispers that Frank
will bring home with him a—but we
were not to tell tales out of school. His
shop will be closed during his absence.
Our public schools opened bust Mon
day w ith a suprisingly large attendance
for the first day, anti everything starts
out most auspiciously for a successful
school year. Prof. Briggs, the new j
principal, appears to be the right man ’
in the right place. The Northwest
eun wishes for teacher; and pupils one
of the grandest school years ever in the
history of Loup City.
Last Sunday, while a ten-year-old
son of John Czaplewski, living a few ,
miles east of towrn, was driving a team,
the horses ian away, throwing the boy
from the wagon, one wheel running
over his head, severing an ear in two
and almost mashing the member into
a pulp. Dr. Long attended the injured
boy, taking several stitches in the ear
and rendering the patient as comfort
able as possible.
Decent Politics and Reforms.
Lincoln Evening News: Enclosed
find check for for one year's sub
scription to The Lincoln Daily News.
I like the paper very much Indeed and
have often taken occrsion to commend
its stand for decent politics and funda
mental reforms It is worth a good
deal to the advocates of such measures
as the single tax, direct primary, direct
legislation, etc, to have an influential
paper which will give moral support,
or at any rate, fair taeatment to thei.*
efforts, cad I am glad The Lincoln
News has grit enough to say that right
is right and wrong is wrong, no mutter
by whom advocated or by whom op
posed. This is not saying that I ap
prove of every position you take. It
is merely saying that I think you are
trying to be fair, and that spirit among
daily papers seems almost as rare as
it is d -sirable. Resfectfully.
A, (L Chapman.
Reader, don’t you want this kind of a
paper? It costs only 25 cents a month.
Notice of Guardian’s Sale.
In District Court of Sherman county, Nebraska
In the matter of the application of the Lan
caster Trust Company, guardian of the per
son and estate of Vernon Ellis, a minor, for
leave to sell the real estate of said minor.
Notice is hereby given that, in pursuance of
an order of the Honorable B. O. Hostetler,
Judge of the District Court of Sherman county,
Nebraska, made on the 20th day of June, 1906.
for the sale of the real estate hereafter
described, there will be sold at public vendue
to the highest bidder for cash, at the south
door of the court house in Loup City., in said
county, on the 27th day of September, 1906, at
the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, the
following described real estate, situate in
Sherman county, Nebraska, to-wit: The un
divided half interest of the said minor, Vernon
Ellis, in the northwest quarter of section four
(4) in township fifteen (16) north of range
fourteen (14) west of sixth principal meridian.
Said sale will remain open one hour.
Dated this 6th day of September, 1905.
( Thb Lancaster Trust Company,
Guardian of the Person and Estate of Vernon
Ellis, a minor.
By R. J. Nightingale, its attorney.
(Last pub. Sept. 21.)
well unless it is properly framed. I
have just received some
and am prepared to frame pictures to suit you. I also have
A New Piano and Music Cabinet
C'oine and get prices of my goods, before buying elsewhere.
I will use you right.
Undertaking !C. H. LEINiNGERI Pianos
and » and
Art Goods \ UfpitUfC Organs
•*^J. I. DEPEWS* |
Blacksmith $ Wagon Maker I
My shoo Is the largest and best equipped north of the Platte River «
3 I have a four horse engine and a complete line of the latest improv- J. ma 0
| chtuerjr, also a force of experienced mep who know how to operate it and g§
g turnout a Job with neatness and dispatch. C,
i MY PRICES ARE REASONABLE AND PROMPT fl
ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
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BOUGHT AT THE
3. & M. Elevators
MCALPINE, LOUP CITY, SCHAUPP SIDING,
ASHTON AND FARWELL.
Goal for Sale al Loop city id is®. Will Bw
HOGS AT SCHAUPP SIDING AND FARWELL
Call and see our coal and get prices on grain.
E. G- TAYLOR.
Good Goods at Right Prices 4
JOHPSOP & LOBElMfZ
Call on tlie
Loup City, Nebraska,
L U Mil £ R
Of all kinds. Also
Posts, Shingles, Lime and Gement
Hard and Soft Coal Always on Hand.
Si ime of the
We Have in Stock!
CRAVENETTE, 52 inches wide, at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 per -
yard. These goods are shower proof and are suitable for rain- j
coats, walking skirts, etc.
EOLIENNE, 45 inches wide, $l,oo and $1.25 per yard. Colors,
cream, light blue, alice blue, brown, reseda and black. The
material is in silk and wool and is suitable for all dressy occa
sions, either afternoon or evening.
STORM SERGE: 47 inches wide at 85c per yard, black, navy blue, myrtle green,
castor and dark cardinal.
WOOL CHECKS: 38 inches wide at 50c per yard, black and white; suitable for
fall shirt waist suits
WOOL PLAIDS: 30 inches wide at 90c per yard. These come in all the new
combinations and are especially designed for fall shirt waists. *
Among other things we have Panama cloth, Mohair, Henriettas and various
other materials which we will be glad to show you at any time. Kindly honor us
with a call.
. M. Gasteyer.
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