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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1911)
Our Vaults Are
A Safe Deposit Box of sufficient size to hold a
large number of notes, deeds, leases, abstracts,
mortgages. contracts.receipts. insurance policies,
wills and many other documents that should, by
all m;ans. be kept in a safe place, may be rented
for ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
If you will come to the bank we will be pleased
to explain the plan fully, but don't wait too long,
as more than half of them are rented already.
We shall also be pleased to show you our new
~tisco~ manganese steel, burglar proof chest, en
cased in a fire proof jacket It will surely inter
Our calendars for 1911 and a map of Sherman
county will be on hand by January 1st. and every
- customer or prospective customer of our bank is
cordially invited to call and get one.
First National Bank of Loup City
Tuntfitir. jan iv. mi
k Fe» Market Quotation*.
Com. per bu. . .3*}
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Rye, per bu .... ...... JSb
Butter, per !b -- -- -A'
tgr per doe . -2T>
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t 'f Vjf > an 1 J.-ggieS see T. M
Hi* Vi. > d* I* teaching
‘ i. • > .* *».* if*. 9fiiit*er * Clear*
,*ig *a * Bargain* « every tiling
i an guarantee 23r for bjtler fa*,
i be*t and m:. A E. < ha>e
T »«» t* an rr-ileme property
far *a W I* Kkei.
T t. • **.r -d h Hendnt smjO drav
•. Tie i • g • i »u good *er»in
T >»alwl* «r improved proper
ly al great bargain*. Nee J. W.
Take y our butler and egg* bo Con
h*r- • • *• you ran get anything
Tu t. Kagwe'- ■»» in Lamp City
aga * z fee i > *. * :» »**•« dikposinj^
of *bura ( .id
C «e — * a* ' go -I* priced bo
> •_ ng: t. :-!.*ii :.i- *a.e. t eitin^ed
ti» § eb. 1st
- * Le.titnger m*: Friday eft
on a »»_*;»►-** trip to Hasting* and
(tier p int*
For *aw v z limiBpm type
• riter g •». a* nr* (a. at tills of
Kv and *** it
We understand • ha*. KviJ will
a •■* «. to •:-» ;* uga. tarn, in Lugan
i.'WM .; t! t» spring.
Fifty per r-M * ua Mens and
Key* <•*»* *i* bi Lorwb. tl»e
«’nobbier QUI and **e tiea
i .t. W L eig and H K Henry
returned last etching fr-.m a busi
ne** t«j u • *sua:ia and Lin-ula
T:» iumira « reamery Co. pay*
, g- 3. ;ire f ,r eggs de
.ivemd at be taaen twre
Loan*! Uu*! Loan*! Loan*!
Real I -tale L-aa* al lone*!
rale* al J<*bn W. UiirV
W an . a - .ng 23 cents cash for
*.ia le •• • red at tiie creamery
Bates** ruilEEV C«*.
For ms My residence in east
L * »: trade same for
rm. estate Vuru *V*m< s
T. Tire i* UiJr'ted bt» M T V <*.
Zutnn»er*ian f r :<eip on a rwli of job
work t i» ««et Archie 1* a natural
1* m si ier • on a jub p*es*.
Ruoaeti Wanted A* I l«ve an
extra rot** 1 «nud lUe scene a die*
for roomer* inquire at Miuitr A
*»rke * St *e NwCW SBVL7T
If was* a drai, phone A. L En
drree. T m .or jsave jour order
* with either -umber yard or E G.
Ta* * 1-—I •' t»n ice guaranteed
Jr V 'k-i a us. Ue drayman,
far - . and alnJacton service.
Lean irtih at the Keystone. Lein
ir^e- - or Tayior s elevator. or phone
nis roiimrT. cm l*C
J ff >a*e Five chore I»ur K-Jen»ey
hoar pigs and one yearling pedigreed
tiharthm bu. a t. at my farm nine
miles worth of Loup <lty. l*i»one
««M J F. Bnn.
Tie Junior hiblc class of tie M K
churn, si. give an oyster supper in
the basemen* at the church «n next
Fradav evening Jan. 3»th. All will
be cordial > weiruted.
Attraf Vic Swamoei s sate at He
id «sse larta. t alia soutii and 2
aim west of Loop City, on Feb. 1st.
aad get your bid in on ids splendid
splendid horses and milch cows. Ail
are dandies Go ear!j and buy your
The ~ 1 tvs kui Piay" nature and
picture* given at the Presbyterian
church last Mindat evening by Hex.
HaMg’Hnery. gathered a crowded
finm and were of a very interesting
ika nature < rely half of the play was
given, -j* other half to be given this
uminf Sunday nesting. You should
\\> want your good wheat and do
not -e before you gel our prices.
Wr also w^nt corn and oats and are
paying n i-e titan It will net to ship
to anv terminal market Your busi
ness is appreciated.
Lot r (Trv Mill & Light Co.
Bargain- in Town Property
for -ale by John W . Long
Mis- Lose Mulick went to brand '
Is and last Saturday for a visit.
< oni :-t: ;.as concluded to continue
Lis > o-anrig -aie up to I-'eb. 1st.
Try Aztec nut coal for your cook
stove F r sale by E. G. Taylor.
A gir, arrived at tlie home of Mr.
arid Mr- i > llile. Tuesday. Jan 1"
v■ ih<d second-hand sewing machine.
V. >*■ Inquire of Mrs. \V Yer Valin.
< apt. and Mrs Wlnkieruan are up
tr m i.-and Is:arni visiting their chil
You want an overceat'? Lorentz,
t!«- Ckitiiier. is -eking them at half
Mrs. Mm. Oriss has been quite
seriously ill for the past week, but is
reported some better.
A meeting o! the stockholders of
the Farmers Elevator Association
will be held Feb. loth. Come.
For >a»e—Vi pure-tired Hose Comb
Leghorn H.-osiers Your pick of the
bunch for #1 each. A. .1 Johnson.
be a, res uf good land, all good soil.
— to Loup City. Cheap at k.v-Oo.
W l*. Heed.
All the Town Properly offered
for -ale at fir-t hand- by railing
nn John W. Long.
A baby gir! was born to Mr. and
Mrs W;. Grade, in this city, last
Thursday. Jan 12. lull.
Strom: .v Hendrickson, successors
t Conger. wi,l du your hauling
promptly and satisfactorily.
I*o not you want a new buggv or
spring wagon'? T. M. Heed is pre
pared t- supply your wants.
1* A. Johnson of Aurora iia> been
Itere Uiis week. a--si>ting with tiie
invoicing of the Mercantile Co
My Stock of 75 Over
coats foi Min and Boys
at Half Price, beginning
Saturday. Jan. 21. 'll.
Lorentz. the Clothier.
Vic Swanson's sale of persona!
pr -penv at his farm, known as the
•id Gee farm, on Wednesday . Feb 1.
wi i tie Lite best of the season
Gus L rentz. the Clothier, offers
his stock jf Vi men's and boy's over
laps .• mmencing Saturday. at oocts
■n tiie dohar. u> close tliem out.
Mr- J M. Johnson returned to lier
home at Gen a, last Thursday , her
laughter, Mrs. O. E. Adams, and
baby g ng with her for a two weeks
Ladit-- rememtier the Clearing Sale
at ConWser's will continue up to
Feb 1st It is Uie place to pet bar
pains. He wishes to make room for
iiis new p.xids. and has marked poods
way dow n.
Mite- 1‘earie Keeler came up troin
< >ma!.a last Sunday, driving over
from ita enna. to attend the funeral
of Irt-r brother. Carl Keeler. We un
derstand Miss Fearl* will remain at
home permanently with her pood
Vic >«anson on Wednesday. Feb.
1st will sell i* head of extra pood
burses. 2t* liead of cattle, indudinp 7
head of tine mik-h cows, it’ head of
brxid - -w». all bred:'> dozen chickens,
farm machinery, all in pood shape,
h uisehoid poods. etc. I*on't miss it.
We an- clad to note that last week
Thursdaj. W. T. Gibson of this city
was awarded the contract for the
bridpc bniklinp in Buffalo county for
lie pre-ent year. He won over a
half dozen bidders, indudinp me
standard BndpeOo. ‘Rah for Taylor.
The pood people of St. Joseph's
j < atitol c church of tiiis city will pive
a box social and dance in the Ittddow
j opera house on tlie eveninp of Mon
;Uy. Feb <>th. Ifcnce tickets, 50c,
; ladies free. As Supt. Hendrickson
j will aiK'tinn the boxes, it will be
evident tliat Uie boys will pay a
poodly sum to eat with tiieir best
piris Let everybody attend and
have Uie best time of tiieir lives.
■ there shone that wnicn nnuier <
Death by Suicide
Last week Tuesday. Fred Schmall
jonn of tha family of Schmalljohns
living near Rockville, attempted
suicide, his death occurring this week
Tuesday morning at the St. Joseph's
hospital. Schinalljohn shot himself
between o and fi o'clock in the morn
ing and staid In his room till 4 o'clock
in the afternoon before he made
known his condition. No reason is
assigned sor the act, though to people
who knew the young man. the t»elief
is that his mind was unbalanced and
had been for some time. He was
:t<> years of age.
Baby Starr is on tbe sick list, and
under the doctor's care.
Those knowing themselves indebt
ed to the H. P. Ferdinandt Furniture
Co., please call and settle at once.
The smiling fac» of M. A. Phillips
lias lieen missed at the Mercantile,
the owner of aforesaid countenance
being on the sick list.
The Fletcher-Brewer appeal case
in the supreme court was on the fth
instant reversed and remanded back
to the district court. J udge Letton
giving the opinion.
J B. Morgan severed his relations
with the State hank and Monday re
turned to his home at University
Place. He is succeeded by Mr. Clar
ence Jensen of St. Paul.
Mrs. H. J. Johansen went to Lin
coln Tuesday for a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Mel lor. Herman had
promised to go the next day, but
played off and staved at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ver Valin. Mr.
and Mrs. A. K. Outhouse and Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. Lay of Rockville went
to (hnaha Tuesday, the gentlemen to
attend the state lumber dealers' con
We hear a little daughter was born
lately to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Draper
at Grey bull. Wyo. Wonder if Bird
is too happy over the joyous event to
send a wireless to the Northwestern
of the fact?
Don't forget the date of Young
quests Bros.' sale of stock, farm
machinery and household goods next
Wednesday. Jan. Jo. on the old Jacob
Alters farm, six miles northwest of
Loup City. Their horses and mules
are especially tine. See big bills.
A Polander. with an unpronounea
ble cognomen, at least by us. is lan
guishing in our county jail, being
brought here from Ashton a few days
since on complaint of getting on a
jag. w hen he insulted Father Radka
and the sisters, and cutting other
capers. Refusing to pay a tine for
his fun he is laying it out in the
In remitting to the Northwestern
for another year. 11. M. Walker of
Espanola. Wash., writes: "1 can't
do without the paper. When 1 read
of the big blizzards back there it
makes me very content in my new
home here in Washington We have
had tine weather so far. the coldest
it has lieen was 10 degrees above
zero, an 1 we hardly ever have any
We received a pleasant call Monday
from Henning Claussen. who iast1
week sold his quarter section home in
Washington township to Ira Tim son
for *31.2;> per acre and is hunting a
new locution, lie was on his way to j
Kearney. w here ire lias nine acres of
land in the corporate limits, and
w isties to sell it or trade for land near
Loup City. We hope he w ill succeed
for lie is a prince ot good fellows.
Our friend. Geo. Holmes of Bristol,
was in to see us last Friday. He was
just returning from Almeria. up in
the foothills, »here accompanied by
his wife, their daughter. Mrs. B. F.
Wilkinson, and Miss Florence Brock,
lie had tieen to attend the marriage
of his son. Lisle Holmes, to a Miss
Lucy Cross of Almeria. Wednesday.
Jan. 11th. It was a double wedding,
a sister of Mr. Holmes' bride also
being married at the same. They
had a line time and left Lisle the
happiest young rancher in seven
Latest word from Rochester. Minn.,
is to the effect that J. S. Pedler con
tinues to steadily improve, and his
splendid constitution will enable him
to regain his health at the earliest
possible moment. His orother. Wes
Pedler. returned last Thursday and
.Mr. ( arisen relumed >&turaay even
ing. both speaking most encouraging
ly as to the splendid condition of
everybody's mutual friend. Uncle
Joe. Each day brings added encour
agement of Mr. 1‘edler's case, and
best of all it Is said will prove a per
manent relief from bis old trouble.
M. S. Kinney, formerly editor of
the Fullerton News, but who has
graduated from the noble calling and
enlisted as a No. 1 speeler in the
typewriter world, was in the city yes
Uerda> and talked the writer into
purchasing one of the latest model
Underweod visibles. Bro. Kinney,
we are of the opinion, ranks as one
the most persuasive men in his line,
and ti e further fact of his represent
i one of the very best of typewriters
make.- two talks to the prospective
buyer hard to get around. He is dis
trict agent of the Fnderwood. with
headquarters at Grand Island.
Mr. J. R. Gardiner, foreman of the
Times, who has been away on a vaca
tion the past few weeks, returned to
work this week. While absent. Mr.
Gardiner took anvantage of bis vaca
tion to join the great and good army
of benedicts, being married to Miss
Amanda Jensen of Dannebrog. at the
i home of ids father at Brewster, on
: Jan. 4th. and being so happy over the
i biggest event in his life that he failed
to acquaint his friends here of the
fact till his return. They will go to
housekeeping in this city at an early
date. The Northwestern offers it’s
heartiest congratulations to the
Carl A. Keeler
Near Stanton. Neb., on April 23.
1S8«. was born Carl A. Keeler. About
six years ago his father and family
moved to Sherman county, locating
on a farm near Austin, where they
remained two years, when the family
moved to Loup City and Carl went
on the farm which they had pur
chased on Oak Creek. Novemoer 17.
1906, he was united in marriage to
Miss India Carpenter, to which union
three children have been born, two
boys and one girl, the youngest being
a babe only a few weeks' old. A few
days' since he was taken ill with a
violent attack of appendicitis, suffer
ing intensely, till death relieved him
on Friday evening. January 13. 1911.
His age was 24 years. 10 m'onU s and
20 days. Mr. Keeler was a kina and
loving husband and father, respected
by those who knew him. and leaves
to mourn their loss the wife, three
children, mother, six sisters and one
brother. The neighbors and triends
all unite in their expressions of sym
pathy for the sorrowing family. May
the sympathy and love of the
Heavenly Father be theirs. The
funeral was held in the Methodist
church. Monday, conducted by the
Rev. W. C. Harper, a large congrega
tion of people being present. The
burial was in Evergreen cemetery.
CARD OF TBANKS:
We w ish to thank the many kind
friends who assisted us and offered
their help during tin illness and
after the death of our beloved one.
Carl A Keeler, who was taken sud
denly from us.
Mrs. Carl Keeler and Family.
Mrs. G. S. Keeler and Family.
Minnie E. Gibson
Mrs. Minnie Estella Gibson died
Saturday. Jan. 14. 1911, at v-C, p. m.
at her home in this city, at the age
of 33 years, 8 months and 2* days.
Minnfe Richardson was born at Cuba.
Fulton county. Illinois, on the 16th!
day of April. ls77, and came to this]
community in 1901. On J»ecemberj
3rd. 191o. occurred her marriage to 1
Charles E. Gibson, and before their1
honeymoon was ended the Grim \
Reaper claimed his victim. Besides]
the bereaved husband, two daughters
by a previous marriage—Eva and j
Marie, -aged 14 and 12 years—her aged !
parents, four brother^ and four sis-1
tens mourn their loss, besides many j
friends who deeply sympathize with]
the bereaved ones. Funeral services I
were held at the Baptist church on i
Tuesday afternoon. Rev. H. Blom
officiating The choir consisting of I
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Angier. Miss Moon, I
Mrs. Young. Miss Fellows and L. N. j
Smith, and Mrs. Starr organist, aided
greatly in the services, singing sever- j
al very appropriate hymns, among
them "Reckoning Hands" and 'God
be With You-till » e Meet Again",
the favorite hymns of deceased. In
terment was made in Evergreen
Walter C. Currey
Walter G. Currey was born in
Hamilton county, Ontario. Canada. :
Oct. 2T>. 1<52. died Jan. 13. 1911. aged
79 years. 2 months and 19 days. l»e
ceasOa removed from his hirtliplace !
to Olmstead county. Minnesota, in
1S.M. then in lss2 to Sherman county,
taking land in this and Custer coun
ties. hi> death occurring a: h.> home
in the latter county. Mr. Currey!
was united in wedlock in 1863, in
Minnesota, to Mary J. Murray , whose
death occurred some years ago. To
this union were born four sons and
three daughters. P. L. Currey of!
Sherman county, M. S. Currey of Me- !
Plierson county. W. H. Currey. Clark.
Neb.. J. T. Currey, Los Angeles, Cal., j
Mrs. John Mulvany. of Georgetown.
Neb.. Mrs. W. P. McDonald of Lodi.
Neb., and Mrs Walter Coats. Almeria.
Neb. The funeral was held Sundav.
Jan. loth, from the home. Rev. H.
W. Havcroft officiating, and inter
ment taking place at Lone Elm
cemetery. The relatives present at
the last sad rites were P. L. Currey
and wife. W. H. Currey, Walter Coats
and wife. J. H Mulvaney and wrife.
Mrs. Anna Peters
Mrs. Anna Peters, an old resident
of Loup City, died at her home last
Friday morning. Jan 13. 1911, aged
82 years, 11 months and 5 days. Mrs
Peters was born in Holstein. Ger
many. Feb. s. 1927. coming to Ameri-i
ca in the year 1888. She lived for a
short time in Davenport, Iowa, and
at Arthur. Ills., coming to Loup City
in 1889. where she has since resided.
She was i he mother of six children— ;
two daughters still in the old coun
try. a daughter in Grand Is’tnd. and j
Mrs. J. 11. Froehlioh of this city, a '
son in l*\enport. Iowa, and one in
CARD OF thanks:
We herewith tender our hearty j
thanks to our friends and neighbors j
for their kindness and assistance
show n through the illness and death
of our mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Froehlicli
German Evangelical Chnrch
Next Sunday. Jan. 22nd. there will
be services at Loup City at 10:30 a. m.
also installation of our elected trus
tees. Jan. 21st. lesson in German
at Loup City at 10 a. m.
P. .fueling. Pastor.
10 Days Free Trial
la Tow Own Horn*
Hand Vacuum Cleaner
"The Cleaner That Cleans Clean"
We want to sup
ply or.e lady in erety
.neighborhood with a
Cleaner, lor adrer
I Vritr' today for
he most liberal of
et -rer made.
guaranteed to do
s g< od work as
-li» trie machines
ost ig <100.00 and |
.\e.. 1; is light in J
weight t only 110 lbs f 9
runs extiemely easv 9
and can be operated *
terlectiy and easily
by one person.
With ordinary ,
tare the "Simplex1,
will last a lifetime. xS
Dealers and A«ente Wanted to sell
both our hand and electric machines.
Electric Cleaner Co.
M Jack*** *» CHICAf-o. IU.
I Nothing Harmful
in Baby Cough Syrup
You must be particular—ex
acting. w hen choosing a remedy
tor Baby's cough.
There are so many remedies
containing habit forming drugs
that baby's health " ill be greatly
impaired unless you know abso
lutely jest what tiie remedy con
tains and tiie action if tacli in
gredien.. so y ,>u can l e sure it is
Baby Cough Syrup
s »©*d by us on a positive guaranty
— wt* knoA ilu* ci ntents and i n*
action and Know that it wili do
a> represented. It breaks up a
cough in short order, protects t lie
roe mb nines of the throat against
irritation and infection, rids the
throat of injurious dei*osits. and
prevents further accumulations.
Contains no habit-forming
drugs a: dean be given with
perfect safety—baby will
like it. too.
Twenty-five cents the bottle •
Whatever a good drug store
ought to i.au and many tilings
other drug stores d.-n't keep—
you'll tind here. Come to us first.
Swanson & Lofholm
Is Half Sold
My line for fail
is now in. Don't
forget to look my
line over. I can
save you money
by buying at the
1 have a few choice males ready for
service; lenethy. hie-boned fellows;
money-makers at farmers' prices.
Also. Sis Shorthorn Bulls, sis toI
eieht months old.
L. N Smith.
KflH2 ^I ilk II
But we don't carry it very long at
a time because it seems to us that
nearly everybody wants our ASH
GROYe brand of cement and the
famous PEERLESS lime.
It Makes Us Hustle
to keep a sufficient supply on hand
to meet the srreat demand there is
for these necessarv materials and it
is not just because people like us.
either. There's another reason.
Keystone Lumber Go.
Yards at Loup City. Ashton. Roek
; ville, Schaupps and Arcadia. Neb.
by pivinp pood jewelry if you pive
any. Have the rinp. the bracelet,
the locket you pive today of such a
quality that its beauty will never
vanish, its attractiveness never be
sary and Birth
should be selected here on account
of the beauty aud permanent value
i of our ollerinps.
H. M. ELSNER
I The Reliable Jeweler
One of the things which has popularized this
Bank is the friendly atmospherse patrons always
We don't believe in trying to make people
think we are doing them a tavor when we attend
to their wants, however small or great
You are doing us a good turn when you bring
business of any nature to this bank. We appreci
ate it, and want you to always feel at home here,
and find it a pleasure to come.
Don't stay away because your transaction is a
small one. It's the sum of small things that
makes this bank great
LOUP Cin STATE UK
Capital and Surplus, $42,500
Officers and Directsrs:
J. S. Pedler, President John W. Long, Vice Pres.
C. C. Carlson, Cashier
W. R. Mellor S. N. Sweetland
- E. C. TaylorSamuel Daddow
Extended to Feb. 1st
HAS BEEN EXTENDED
Wednesday, Feb. 1st
BUY LAND ON THE BURLINGTON
BIG HORN BASIN,WYOMING
The census ripures tell the story. Population now more than 13.000
as apainst 4.000 population last census and this pain practically all in
Make Money On Land
Five years apo these lands were sellinp at $13.00 to $20.00 per acre.
The same lands with improvements, are now sellinp as hiph as $00 to $80.
You can homestead just as pood lands today, just as close to the railroad
or buy just as pood raw lands at $43.00 to $00.00>nd make as much money
as those who invested then.
GET IN ON THE GROt'ND FLOOR before the completion of the new line
to the Northwest, where you can locate close to new prcwinp towns that
will help to make your land valuable. Write me and let me tell you
all about this rich, new irripated country.
D. CLEM DEAVER, General Agent,
Landseekers Information Bureau
1004 F&rnaui Street, Omaha, Neb.
Iron Bed Clamp
made of malleably iron, guaranteed
by the manufacturers not to break.
We carry a full line of these beds in
in stock and would be pleased to see
all prospective buyers. Call and look
This is only one of our many bargains in Iron Beds.
Come in and see our complete line of
Carpets, Pugs, Lipoleupi,
Before you place vour orders. We can aave you money
on everything in our fine.
H. P. Ferdinandt Furniture Co.
We have a good stock of lumber and all
kinds of building material on hand.
A carefully assorted stock of Fence Posts
ranging in price from 12c to 2BC«
No trouble to figure your bills and sho^v
LEIN1N6ER LUMBER. GO., Loud Gitv t.eb,
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