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Carefully over the condition of this
bank at different intervals.
l>ep ^ifor< iuterests are protected first,
• « -1 r»- any Udv or anything else.
I he r • taiu»*d growth of this bank is
' he js 'sible evidence that we treat
patron> with courtesy and extend to
• :u every facility to be found in a mod
ern banking institution.
\ >ur account is welcome here.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ul f Mi-..-". JVest .-1. B. Outhouse. Ylce prts
L. hausen. Cashier
The Gem Theater
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»«* mill i*iti run
Pictures Three Nights
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On and after March I.
1912. the Northwestern
will be 51.50 per year.
At the advanced cost of
print paper, the present
rate of Si per year rep
resents loss instead of
profit In the meantime
the rate will remain the
same to all. old and new
readers—SI per year, in
liar.-i.r* in thtot; at, L jrmt/V
Tl.r \ I ■* Jr.e «rf altttdi If-exJ* at
A » n» 1 !*r* <. ifij«i.aui> just
r«re*t«d a*. Arthur'*
A umr •* : *.a utinn («r *ale at
the Variety Store.
httfitiukK to near.ns aparel at
■ ar.-ain* at 1. rmt.
IIi£..*-*t i-ti ■ paid fur chicken* at
•Eefaotd * BM-al market.
Try t: • « >. >:r ■-<! dray line.
J|r *1 git* ><«u sroud service.
K ,t the liEsT nit in tie »a> of
i re. u vianltr-. T M. lU-ed.
Vi ti ai pr i«-rt» i* for sale or
rent. Kill Kullui.
Loyalty to Our cuttomtr* that *
the *'.04.an •< Lou? city State Bank
Mt** l«» Heart neat to * teslield
M n lay : (!•• <> - »s*it with rcla
A-i ^ool* »i _’•< «neap for tlie
. f I • t.ruary at tl«e Variety
A t nr in of !*r> - TritinuinK*
tr •«-.*■> 1st \r' ir *. 1 u should
Han* In. ' i ■ »-. fr**.i Jersey ro*
: jt »-•*» *i L-y i err. I'll one 11
a lit do your Iibl lav; promptly i
II J i Moti» :*g stork arm
farm Mbiitf- ry »a.e last Thursday
l< -u/t»t ri * i.eol prior* and »a» most
We iate a ! f ail kind* of
Jump coal and *.ur price* are right.
< a > at Taylor » Elevator.
L. II S|a! r < mi- and repairs all
liuivof vtitif Machine*. al~» >up
puss, for a.. ...a* . Fail at one*.
An entertain newt is to be given at
tiie lrraprr *-i. *.»i Immmmi. l»»*trict 44.
let- 2re.ii »;tb a !••*. supper ikiayg*
lie Ererytrody united.
Mrs. if- 3d Maliawa eft M inlay
for h. Jo* and Kansas 4 ity to lay in
iter sprint »' r > ol dainty wear for
her lady c ustomer-.
• -inIjwi «ay«*i?" *'Y«a. Mnnaele.
oat . <**!/• Tiii* is a good coal for
fra stove*. tr*e from slack and easy
to start Try It. For saw at Tay
y* istn»*’->er l.ro* last *eek Went to
4 liiraru aod various paint*
east ow a two or more weeks' vaca
tion and visit to old scenes He will
tiait vim Si® Itoownat Luana, Iowa,
before bis return.
!'. M. Ueed for t’eed Grinders.
1 ■ n't forget tiie clothing sale at
\rthurhasa fine line of ssmples,
for your spring suit.
Loup City State BanK strong
Take your watch to Schuaner’s for
• Iuh k\ sure and permanent repairs.
K r a satisfactory repair job go to
IM. -rie •’*' for tiie highest market
hn • nchickens S. K. Rkyxolds. i
< i on •• • and have your 1’iano
tuned. 2-22. j
S. hwancr can and will make your
watch run right.
Ground bone for chickens in any
■i antitv at Lee Bros, meat market.
> Mas Jeffords for Piano tuning,
an 1 repairing of (irgans. 2-22'
A w rk and goods fully warranted
ttuly about two weeks longer for
y i U* get in on tiie dollar rate for!
s«i»s. ription. Hurry.
Havey a seen that dainty line of
I»:,s, Trimmings just received at
»:.r'sr Tiie nobbiest things out
want a Singer Sewing ma
ine. call ii L. II. Spalir. general
r»-; air. s|, .p for urices.
■ leyn el', the Butcher, before!
;• - i y r chickens He pays the
high- st -market price.
Mrs Ii D. Grow and cliildren left
:a~: week for a visit with Mrs. Crow’s
father and sister in Oklahoma.
The statement of the Loup City
State Bank just published, shows
them to be very strong institution.
"e are [laying 2i* cents cash for
••ream delivered at the creamery. We |
te>t and pay cash for cream.
Uaven’.na Creamery Co.
Will tak- limited number of cattle
to feed till grass: good sheds: water
and pienty of good feeti.
Mr. -lames Barge of Central City
i' a guest at the St. Elmo, being
in-re to buy alfalfa hay for the Cen
tral City alfalfa mills.
This ott -e n Tuesday of tliis week
• 'jrni-d out sale bills for O. (i. John
- in of los kville. for the 2sth inst.
Further notice next week.
\ I- autiful line of imported Em
or -li-ir nress patterns direct from
<.ermany. Call in and see them. Vic
If yo>, want adray. phone A. L. En
deriee. 18 on <ilt, or leave your order
who cither lumlier yard or E. Or.
Tay ior. Best of service guaranteed.
For Sale My residence property,
i»i ding four lots, s-room housa and
barn Price *2. eon.
Mr>. Ci.em.ma Conger.
A. B. Young lias had two rooms of
residence painted and grained.
■: vking a nice improvnient in the ap
pcarance. Artist Stork did the work
in iiis usual workmanlike manner.
When you buy your next sack of
.r. buy White Satin Flour, made
>i*ur i uie mill, from home grown
w: at. All merchants in town handle
it bur • ity Mill and Light Co.
ll*-ri**rt Nightingale is reported
quit* ill with symptoms of typhoid
f« >-r. h .t which may Ive a severe case
• >f .a grippe. Tiie family physician
wa> called late in the evening.
Full si/e :7iM-iikh *1.7o Rugs on
sale at -1 .«C». Come and see these
l* utiful rugs. A lot of traveling
men's rugs also on sale.
LifavK' IIale Fi kmtuke Co.
All Cantons are requested to appear
at tic ir hall next Sunday afternoon
F-lstli. in full uniform, at tiie
h"jr of p. in. the object of which
is to have tiieir handsome faces
Hashed into tiie camera.
Cha». liiehl and family left the
first of the week for a fortnight’s
visit at Lexington, and at various
P i ds in York and Hamilton coun
ties before settling down in their
I Loup City home.
Vic Swanson's new line of spring
g • "Is now in stock such as Marqrete
silks. Ginghams, Percales, Flaxons,
in facr all lines in summar goods. Do
up your spring sewing now a splendid
selections in all patterns and prices
are right. Remember the place, Vic
I Swanson'* the house of quality.
St. Elmo Again
We understand that J. L. Jaeger,
the gentleman who purchased the St.
Elmo hotel from Tony Erazim, has
disposed of the same to W. F. Mason,
and that negotiations are under way
tnat will assure Loup City of ade
quate hotel facilities at an early
date. We have not interviewed the
gentleman as to what his future
plans and intentions may be.
Tne sixth and seventh grades of
our schools will give a "Washington
Day” entertainment at the opera
In use, Friday evening. Feb. 23. The
program will consist of recitations,
songs, special music, dialogues, tab
leaus and a play entitled "The Vision.”
“Plato” promises to be a very amus
ing character. Everybody attend.
Admission. 15 cents. Program opens
at 8 o'clock.
Will Examine Various
Electric Light Plants
E. G. Taylor and Nelson Smith of
the Loup City Mill and Light Com
pany are taking in some of the light
ing plants in the eastern part of the
state which have been installed
during the past year. They believe
by visiting and examining various
kinds which have been installed by
different parties, they can better de
cide what Is most practical for ouj
own plant. They expect to secure
an experienced electrician to wire
houses as soon as they decide on the
kind of a system they will install.
Embryo Electric Plant
C. R. Sw eetland has installed a min
iature electric lighting plant in the
S. X. Sweetland store, of sufficient
capacity to give some 40 lights of 10
candle power. At the meeting to or
ganize a commercial club at that
store last Friday evening, the little
two-horse power dynamo was eagerly
examined by all present, as an ad
vance agent of the electric lighting
plant to be established by E. G Tay
lor in Loup City this year. Being
very little acquainted with the mys
teries connect, d with electricity and
its workings, we may be crude in ex
pressing our thought in regard to the
little beauty installed by Clarence,
but we'can tell you something about
it and you would be interested in
goin'.' around there some evening and
seeing it for yourself.
Editor Anslie Davis of the Greeley
Didependent, with his family, came
over last Sarurday for a visit with
Mrs. Davis' parents. Editor Davis
lias put a man in charge of the paper
and will go on the road as a traveling
man. leaving for his future duties
Monday morning. Mrs. Davis and
children will remain for a further
A marriage license was issued the
9th instant to Herbert Mortez of
Rockville and Miss Lucille Froblew
ski of Ashton. Also, on the 10th in
stant, county judge issued another
license to wed to Allen V. Cash and
Mi.-s Mabelle Whittaker, and on St.
Valentine Day issued a license to
Sennett Richmond and Sarah Edna
Cornford. No returns on these have
yet been made.
Now is the winter of the printer's
discontent made glorious by a harvest
of business, and the Northwestern
is at present and lias been for the
past six weeks fairly swamped with
job wor«. Hence, if we are a little
direlict on news for the paper, or you
find mistakes in print, just lay on the
shoulders of our good patrons, who
are keeping us out of mischief and
busy from early morning to late at
night with their favors—all of which
means good fortune to us and food
for the babies.
Henry Dolling has leased the lots
west of the Leininger lumber yard
and instead of selling his building
now on the lots purchased by Mrs.
Viola Odendahl for hotel purposes, j
will move said building on said lots
and continue his shop in the same.
We are glad Mr. Dolling proposes to
continue his business and has found
so good a location. He has leased the
above lots, eight in number, for a
term of three years.
The Rebekah lodge installed its
officers last Wednesday night and a
very protitableand interesting session
was held. The Cantons who were
Kebekahs(V) attended in uniform and
helped with the installation cere
monies. After werk was completed
all passed into the dining room, where
the tables were bountifully supplied
with good things and all did justice
to the delicious repast provided un
der the skillful hands of the commit
tee. The membership is looking
forward to future evenings of like en
The lecture at the opera house
Monday evening, by Newton Wesley
Gaines under the auspices of the Ly
ceum Bureau, in charge of our best
bunch of girls, drew forth a splendid
house, the miserable weather being
taken in consideration, and he han
dled his subject, ’Brain and Heart,”
in a most interesting manner, elicit
ing frequent appluuse and won the
highest encomiums of those present.
The younir ladies of the B. & S. club,
are to be congratulated on taking in
a handsome sum at the door in ad
dition to the regular season tickets.
We hereby vote that this same bunch
of enterprising young ladies hereafter
take charge of all entertainments,
Chautauqua, and everything along
entertainment lines, iu which suc
cess without the shadow of failure is
to be achieved. Carried, without a
Cbe “Sear'of Your Hpproval
Will Be Upon
Chase & Sanborn's
If You Appreciate the Best
“Seal Brand” is the cream of the World’s Best
Coffees, put up in air-tight tin cans, All the
goodness and freshness for you.
“SEAL” EVERY MEAL
For sale at
The Quality House Established 1888
AT I4c PEP POUPD
One of the most sumptuous and!
elaborate weddings which has taken
place in this community in uany a j
day occurred at the beautiful country j
home of Mr. and Mrs. (>eo. \\ hitta-1
ker. who live one and a half miles i
north of this city, when their daugh- j
ter, Mae Belle, was united in holy ^
wedlock to Mr. Allen\V.Cash. About j
one hundred guests witnessed the
ceremony, among whom were several
from a distance. Promptly at S:.lo.
Miss Beta Gasteyer rendered Lon
gren's wedding march, in response to
which Dr. D. A. Leeper, who per
formed the ceremony, led the bridal
party into the parlor, when, amidst
beautiful decorations, the few words
were solemnly spoken which made
two hea rts one. The bride was taste
fully dressed in soft and dainty white
and wore a bridal veil of rich mate
rial carrying in her hand an exquisite
bouquet of bride's roses. The groom
wore the conventional black. The
young couple were the recipients of
many beautiful and costly presents.
About March 1st. they will be at home
on Davis Creek, where Mr. Cash will
engage in farming. May kindly for*
tune smile on them all through the
walks of life.
Albert Fiebig sold bis tine Poland
China male to C. C.Outhouse Monday
The big porker was 20 months old
and weighed 00.") pounds, and was in
poor flesh at that.
Mrs. ffm. Engle went to the hos
pital at Grand Island yesterday morn
ing. where we understand she goes
for another operation. Surely that
good lady is having more than her
share of illness.
The Misses Berdie, Etta and Lillie
Lofliolru gave a St. Valentine party
at their home last evening. Some
eighteen young lady friends were
present and the house was was beauti
fully decorated, hearts predominat
ing. A most enjoyable time N'as had.
Mr. and Mrs. .T. B Ford returned
to their home at Canorado. Kansas,
last week, where they have a tine
quarter section farm within two
miles of that village. .1. B. is highly
pleased with his new location, and
we wish them the best of success.
The Northwestern rises to remark
that from actual experience it has
the best and most prompt paying
patrons of any other paper on earth.
And we are receiving most satisfac
tory evidence of that every day from
the pocketary standpoint.
We received a pleasant call last
Friday from our old friend. Wash
Peters of Route 1. Wash added his
name to our growing list and inform
ed us he would move onto the Fow
ler place in Washington township the
first of March, and we opine he will
make that farm blossom as the rose.
The Northwestern again, this
week begins the printing of three
pages of the paper, made neceesary by
by our business taking more space in
ni invitations to buyers of their goods.
We hope to soon print four pages at
home and increase our reading mat
ter as well.
Mrs. Gertie Bentley and daughter,
Miss Lois, who have been visiting
their parents and grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. T. Snyder, were called
to their home at Lyman, Colo., Mon
day morning, by the illness of Mrs.
Bentley’s son. They received the
telegram just in time to catch the
The next Farmer*' Institute will
be held in Loup City, on Thursday,
Feb. 22. (next Thursday h Below we
give the program:
12:30 p. m.— Basket dinner in base- j
ment cf M. K. church, under t-heau-l
spices of the Domestic Science Club.
1:30 p. m. —Afternoon session to be
held at the court house: •'Corn. Ilogs,
and Alfalfa in a dry year," by o. Hull
of Alma, Neb. "Thirty Years' Ex
perience with Fruit Trees in Central
Nebraska." by .1. I). Ream, of Broken
2aio p. m.. separate ladies' session in
the basement of the M. E. church,
subject,"Food* and Their Value.’’ by
Mrs. A. E. Davisson, of Lincoln.
This will lie followed by a cooking
7:30 p. m.. evening session at the
M. E. Church, with the following
program: Duet by the Misses Depew,
“Keeping Our Boys and Girls on the
Farm." by Mr. Ream: piano solo by
Mrs. R P. Starr, vocal solo by Mrs.
Lou Schwaner, male quartette com
posed of Messrs. Schwanner. Allen
Smith and Johnson; “Housekeeping
a Profession," by Mrs. Davisson of
Lincoln, and the "The Farm Home,"
by Mr. Hull.
This is held under the auspices of
the extension department of 1'ni
versity of Nebraska and the local
Farmers’ Institute organization.
Everybody invited .to attend these
sessions. O. S. Fross, President.
L. M. Smith, Secretary.
I want two car loads of chickens at
once. I will pay the highest market
price for them. S. F. Reynolds.
Some voung draft horses and colts
at prices that will suit buyers. Three
miles northwest of Loup City.
1 wish to sell my building, in which
1 have the shoe shop, on or before
Feb. 20th, at private sale, as I have
to move it otT the lot by March 1st.
If purchaser lives in town, I may
move it for him for the same price.
Come andseeme. Henry Dolling.
If your stock is not doing well.give
them some Standard Stock Food, or
your hogs Regulator. ands.*e the gain
if your hens are not laying these pay
days. give them some Standard Poul
try Food and then gather in the eggs,
we have all kinds of stock preprrtions,
they are guaranteed to do all we
claim it will do or your money back,
also molasses feed. For sale by
Loup City, Nebr.
Fresh Jersey Cow,
Or will be in* a short time. My
price is $100 and guarantee her to be
in good condition after calving. She
is 6 years old and nearly as good as
her mother who was regarded as the
milker and butter fat producer of the
Wisner herd of pure bred northern
Jerseys. Look at her and if you don't
want her at my price leave your best
offer in writing under seal with Mr.
Hansen at the First National Bank
and if not sold by noon February 20th
Mr. Hansen will declare her sold to
the highest responsible bidder.
Loup City, Nebr.
[ KirschJtmim Clothes.
I Ml WOOL HAND TAILORRD |
Don't Forget we handle the best of Clothing.
Lorentz, The Exclusive Clothier
WHY DO YOU RENT
when you can homestead Government Irrigated farms in the Big Horn Basin
Wyoming, and Yellowstone Valley, Montana, on the ten payment plan, with
Why not decide right now to become the owner of a good farm? Sit down
and write me what kind of a farm you want. I will write you full partic
ulars about wiiat the Big Horn Basin has to offer in that line. It may be
worth thousands of dollars to you and it will only cost you very little.
Drop your posal in the box today. v.' p?
D. CLEM DEAVER, Immigration Agent pS *
1004 Farnam St„ Omaha, Neb. itH . £
The President is Comine
This will make one hundred and one regularly adver
tised visits to Nebraska, and to celebrate this visit the com
pany will give one month's treatment free to every new pa
tient. Frederick Wellington Buck, M. D. M. E.,head Phy
sician of the Quaker Indian Specialists of the United States
and Canada, will visit Sargent. Wednesday, Feb. 21; Loup
City Thursday, Feb. 22: Ashton Friday, Feb. 23; and Far
well Saturday 24. All people suffering with chronic diseases
of any nature shou’d take advantage of this opportunity to
consult one of the most prominent and successful Specialists
on Chronic Diseases in the world.
Chronic Diseases of the Heart, Lungs, Liver, Kidneys,
Bladder, Stomach and Bowels; Undeveloped children afflicted
Cretenism, Rickets, Malasimilation and Idiocy; Diseases of
the Glands like Goiter and enlarged Prostate; Rheumatism,
Dropsy, Asthma, Catarrah and Cataarhal Deafness; Diseases
of the Nerves, Female Generative Organs, Tumors of the
Non Malignant Variety and some forms of Cancer can be
cured at the patient's home just as well as as at any Institute
or Hospital, after first being examined by one of our Special
ists, but we positively will not furnish mail order treatn ent
to anyone for any disease until we have had the privilege of
making an examination and finding out the exact cause of the
trouble. Those suffering with more malignant and danger
ous diseases will have the privilege of going to one of our
City Offices where they will be under the constant care of one
of our Specialists and will be advised in each case which City
will have the best climate and altitude for their particular
trouble. We do not believe in nor use the knife for the cure
of Appendicitis, Hernia (rupture) Haemorrhoies, Hydrocele,
Varicocele or Cancer except in rare cases.
As this is purely an advertising trip, all examinations
will be ABSOLUTELY FREE, except in consultation witn
other physicians when a reasonable fee will be charged. Dr.
Buck will tell you exactly where your trouble is located and
the nature of the disease and if vour trouble is beyond the
reach of Medical Science your case will not be accepted i'or
treatment under any conditions. Remember the date and
As Dr. Buck makes this trip every two months, each pa
tient will be expected to take two months' treatment and call
upon Dr. Buck On his next visit, but will only be required to
pay for one month's treatment, as we give one month’s treat
ment Absolutely- Free. This free treatment does not include
treatment for Hernia, Hydrocele or Varicocele, but on all such
cases applying for treatment we will give a discount of $15.00
from our regular price.
The Quaker Indian Specialists
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