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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1913)
iVI JB who earns the
2 ||A M^U daily bread f«»r
■ ■■V t|ie family should
be interested in making the burden light
er before he passes the larger earning
period of his life. No other plan for pro
tecting his income, for cementing the
odds and ends into a lump eum, is as prac
tical as our bank account method. Easy
to make the start, easy to keep the ac
count growing when ourplaM n is used.
Come in and let us explain it to you.
Loup City State Bank
J. A. REIMAN
The Cement Man
Gives Special Attention to
Cement Sidewalks, Cellars, Flooring, Walls, Etc.
Your Patronage Respectfully Solicted
Loup City, - - Nebraska
Another Drop in Sugar
Notice the Following prices
Beet Sugar, per sack. $5*00
7 bars D. C. soap_ 25c
3 packages Macaroni. 25c
Comb honey. 15c
2 cans boiled cabbage.. . 25c
1 lbs. good coffee.. 25c
2 cans tomatoes, solid pack,. 25c
3 lbs. Ginger Snaps.... 25c
1 lb. Peanut Butter. . 20c
1 can Kidney beans. 1 Qc
1 can Salmon. . 10c
We pay 16 cents for eggs
A. E. CHASE
When in need of haying or harvesting
McCormick Binders, Mowers
Rakes. Sweeps etc.
Hardware and Furniture
For a Square Deal
J. W Dougal
Of fee First Floor, 4
doors south of
State Bank Building
J. E. WEINMAN
J*eter inaria n
All calls receive prompt, care
full and considerate attention
Phone No. 108
Offie» up stairs, State Bank
F. E. BREWER
Insura n c e of
all kinds in the old reliable
St. Paul Fire and Marine
insu/hnce Co. of St. Paul
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Entered at the Loup City Postoffiee (or trant
mission through the malls as second
Office Phone, - Red 21
Residence, - Black 21
4. W. BURLEIGH. Kiiitor and Pnb
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scription may continue until the sub
scriber nobities the publisher of his
desire to terminate the subscription.
Tuesday morning at 5:30 occurred
the wedding of Miss Lillian Amick,
one of Loup City’s popular young
ladies, and Mr. Ray Lamereaux, of
Toledo, Ohio, Rev. Candee of the
Baptist church' at Central City,
officiating. None but the immediate
family were present. They left that
morniDg on the motor for their
future home in Toledo. They were ac
companied by Miss Wilma Amick and
Mr. Arthur Hansel as far as Grand
Loup City Penants at the new Ten
My residence in Loup City. Price
reasonable and terms easy. Pleased
to show property. Inquire at my
residepce. Mrs. John M. Taylor.
Along Route 2
Mrs. Tessndorf and children have
been visiting at the home of O. £.
Henning this week.
The west bridge was completed
Wilber Curry was out on Route 2
after a load of machinery Wednesday.
Claud Burt and Miss Bernice Casteel
were Loup City visitors Sunday.
Clyde Hill had 2 load of hogs on the
Loup City market Wednesday.
Tony Spolinski cut the weeds along
his line this week.
Luther Goodwin was working on
the roads Wednesday.
Plenty of good fresh candy at the
new Ten Cent Store.
Miss Eda I finish returned fro
Kearney last Thursday having gradu
ated from the State Normal at that
Mr. Chas Heider of Elm Creek
visited over Sunday with the Werner
Mrs, E. Cords went to Grand Island
the fore part of last week to visit
Mr. E. Dwehus and family autoed
to Dannebrog Sunday to visit for the
Dr. Dickinson and family went to
Loup Sunday morning to visit with
T. It. Lay and family.
Mr. J. C. Vaughn of Loup City was
seen on our streets Monday,
Mr. G. Klinge came up from Grand
Island to visit at the Geo. Tocky
home for a day or two.
The Rockville ball team defeated
the Dannebrog team on their grounds
last Sunday 8-2.
Get your sheet music at the new
Ten Cent Store.
If you want your home protect
ed from lightning with Geo, M.
King lightning rods call on or
phone to John Rewolinski, Ashton
Nebraska. My price is right.
The St. Paul “College Lads,'’
consisting mostly of the team cal
led the Grays, came up may 27th
headed by Mgr. Zocholl, one of
the owners and Professors of the
St. Paul College, to show Ashton
a thing or two about a ball game.
About the first thing they showed
was that they didn’t know much
about the rules and that they were
one of the best bunches of well
developed sore headed beefers that
ever attempted to play ball, includ
ing their manager who was not
satisfied with his rag cnewing game
He still wanted to pick up a fight
after the game up town by insult
ing Ben Lorenz who umpired the
game. Ben however dealt him a
blow in the solar-plpxus which put
a quietous on his fighting blood.
The rest of the evening the “Col
lege Lads” spent in a semi-intoxi
cated carousal about town, only
the leniency of of our marshal sav
ing them from spending the night
in the little red house. Their be
havior was more degrading than
we have ever seen pulled off by a
ball team, and they were a “Col
lege Team'’ chaperoned by their
Professor. They raised howls
on decisions of the umpire when
they had aheolutly no kick com-.
Opening Day at tanner's
Park, Tuesday, June 10th.
ing. They wanted the umpire to
call an infield fly when there was
only one man on bases, kicked
when the umpire called a man out
for running 10 ft.out of the line to
advoid being touched with the
ball in the hands of the catcher,
and raised an awful howl when
the umpire called a man out that
missed touching second base by
10 ft. in trying to make a home
run in the sixth inning. Although
they were one score ahead at this
time they saw that they were up
against a team that they couldn’t
handle so they would rather quit
than take a beating. Mgr. Zo
choll thought that he could run a
bluff by refusing to play unless
there was a change in umpires,
but Capt. Davey called him so
quick it made his head swim and
gave him the privlege of naming
an umpire to finish the game, and
told him he could pick a man from
his own team if he wished. He
went as far as to pick for his umpire
a man from Omaha that happened
to be on the ground, but the streak
of yellow in his team was so broad
that his influence could not over
come it and they refused to play
under any consideration, so the
game had to be called 9 to 0 in
favor of Ashton. Admission fees
were returned to spectators who
called for them and then Mgr.
Zocholl had the nerve to demand
$12.00 the, amount they were to
get for giving us a game. Then
they went home and published in
the St. Paul Phonagraph, a dirty
libelous article besmirching the
umpire, the ball team, the manag
ment and the citizens of Ashton.
That is the way Mgr. Zocholl ad
vertises the St. Paul college, and
when he comes around this sum
mer canvassing he can expect
all Ashton to boost for him.
To late for last week.
Peter Jezewski was an east
bound passenger Tuesday morn
ing. and returning in the evening
with a new Ford car.
Mr. Peer returned Monday even
ing and is now back at work,
while Mr. Morohn left Wednes
day morning for Chadron, Nebr.
John Rapp, Jr., drove to Far
well Saturday on business.
S. S. Polski, Jos. Jankowski,
and L.B. Campbell, took an over
land trip to Grand Island early
Miss Lila McNulty returned
Saturday and visited over Sunday
with Ashton friends.
Postmaster Ojendyk has been
out about the country the past
week looking after business.
The regular ball game Sunday
between Dannebrog and Ashton
on our home grounds. As the
best of our players are not in
trim, the score was 5 to 3 in favor
G. L. Polski came down from
Loup City to look after business
while Mr. S. S. Polski is gone.
On Tuesday St. Paul would be
college team composed of boys
from 17 to 38 yrs., in age, some
playing ball when Ashton was not
bn the map and today they are
considered boys from the St. Paul
college, came to Ashton to play
ball with Ashton’s pick up team,
and as far as the game proceeded
it was a good game and may have
finished that way had St. Paul not
found fault with the umpire as is
usually the case with St. Paul.
They quit playing ball during the
sixth inning and refused to pro
ceed on account of decision given
by the umpire. The game at that
time stood 2 to 1 in favor of St.
Paul but as the game was not
called in the sixth they, according
to ruling, forfeit the game to Ash
ton’s pick ups, 9 to 0. Roth pitched
a good game. Batteries for St.
Paul, Alexander and Rogers
for Ashton. Powel and Kwiatkow
ski. Umpire, Lorenz.
Clear Creek Items
Miss Irma Lowry returned
home last week to spend her sum
mer vacation with her mother.
Mrs. Frank Kuhn was a Mason
City visitor last week.
Misses Mary and Ruth Adams
and Grace Zahn, Mr. Lewis Adams
and Harry Zahn attended the Cus
ter college commencement at Bro
ken Bow Thursday evening.
Miss Rose Adler has returned
home from Brewster, Nebr., where
she taught school during the past
Mias Grace Adams returned
home Friday from Nantick, Nebr.,
after spending several weeks with
friends and relatives.
Mr. Van- Dyke and daughter.
Dorpthy, were Loup City visitors
A number of the young people
from this vicinity atteneed the
dance at Mason City Saturday
Miss Grace Zahn is spending
several days at the home of her
brother, Arthur Zahn, and wife of
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Adams spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Mr. Geo. Zahn shipped a car
load of hogs to Omaha the first of
News From Route 1
Mrs. Orah Sickle’s sister of
Austin is visiting her.
Frank Kuhn was hauling hogs
for Zahn Saturday.
Rudolph Johns and son were in
town Thursday after two loads of
corn and also took home a new two
Iver Holmberg took home a new
J. A. Arnett lost a valuable
m^re last week Thursday while
working on the roads with a big
four horse buck. It had one leg
cut dear off and another cut to
O. G. Hunt had a load of hogs
in town Saturday.
Henry Appel broke a casting on
his wind mill and is using a gaso
line engine to pump water till he
can get repairs.
Dr. Chase is doing some break
ing on the bottom north of Gil
James Burnett and Pete Rowe
were out and put up a speed limit
sign at the city limit cornor west
Ray McCullough spent Saturday
and Sunday at Rockville visiting
with his brother.
Jurgen and Tom Plameck were
doing some grading over the cul
vert along Frank Bloschke this
C. F. Morrison did an awful good
job the past week on the roads
from Barricks to John George’s
J. A. Arnett and son were busy
putting the fence on the. south
section line of their farm Wednes
day as the old fence was in the
line of where the new road goes.
Mrs. Elma Zwink was an Ashton
visitor Thursday going down to
attend graduation exercises.
Ed Anderson was mowing alfalfa
for Jim Johansen Saturday.
Will Hancock and the big four
started work grading and filling
in the road to the west bridge
Wright Reynolds and wife of
Litchfield spent Sunday with his
folks, Mr. and Mrs. S.S. Reynolds.
The mail man took dinner at
Art Bennet was out on the route
the past week.
One of the Youngland boys was
helping haul hogs to town for Ray
John Wheeler is doing some
Protect That Fine Wheat
Against loss or damage bv hail. A
few cents an acre will.do it. Write,
telephone or call
First Trust Co.,
Loup City. Nob.
1200 Acres Near Ashton
I have for sale some 1200 acres of
land near Ashton, some of the best
farming land in this section. Also,
10,000 acres of Canadian land for sale,
ee or write me for particulars.
J. J. Goc, Ashton, Neb.
My Residence in Loup City
Pleased to show property
Inquire at my residence
Mrs. John M. Taylor.
Loup City Infirmary
Dr. James F. Blanchard
Physician In Charge „
All acute and chronic diseases
treated successfully without drugs.
Patients desiring raoms at the In
firmary may make such arrangements
by writing or phoning a day or so In
advance of coming- Bateeon request*
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For a good drink, try it
if you want anything in dry
Goods and Groceries
The latest and most up-to-date stock at
R. L. ARTHUR
MM ro*«/MU» WQM(N MM AMO CHlCO»»N«^
Of Ladies and Gents'
Take them to
! E. E. Me Fad den
of all dimensions,
We also have a car of Coke.
We also have a good line of Fence posts, range
ing in price from ten to fifty cents.
Phone Red 29 and you will receive prompt attention
LEININGER LUMBER COMPANY 4
J. W. Thompson
Pool and Billiards
Cigars, Soft Drinks and Candies
One door west of First National Bank
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