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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1913)
| R U Aware That
j UP Allowing
i A Great Opportunity to pass every day that
[you do not visit our bank. j
^Success and Friends follow a bank account
'We can prove this to you if you will give us
J a chance.
j FIRST NATIONAL BANK (
j of Loup City, Nebraska
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* m. f. Nason, prcst. H. B. Outhouse, Vtce-Pres.
> L. fiansen, Cashier '
LiOfholm Drug Store
We handle only the
Will stand at the home
of Wm Critel, about 2
miles northeast of Loup
TERMS:—$7.00 to insure colt to stand and
suck. Care will be taken .to prevent accidents,
but will not be responsible should any occur.
Wm. CRITEL, Owner.
All the latest songs and sheet music
at the new Ten Cent Store. «
John Olson, of Cobb Creek, visited 1
his son, Claus Olson, at Ravenna last j
Pay a visit to the new Ten Cent
store and see the many new things hi;
Frank Foss of Stark City, Mj. is !
visiting relatives and old friends here, i
Lost, on Decoration Day, a lady’s
gold spring bracelet, with the letter
“E" engraved on it. Finder please
return to Mrs. J. W. Johnson and re
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Earl and
Lucile, returned from David City
Tuesday. They were accompanied by
Miss Maud Zeilinger, who came for a
few day’s visit.
There were sixty-two tickets sold
here this morning for St. Paul to at
tend the laving the corner stone
of the court house and the big
Danish celebration, several others
Presbyterian Church—Rev. P. A
Davies, of the St., Paul Presbyterian
' church, will occupy the pulpit in Loup
City, morning and evening, the 8th.
Rev. Davies is an excellent speaker,
and will be well worth hearing. The
other services of the church as usual.
Our good friend Bert German, was
in to see us last Friday and renewed
the subscriptions of his good mother,
Mrs. L. M. Hartman, and his sister,
Mrs. E. G. Hinman, both of St. Joe.
Bert is one of the Northwestern’s
most loyal friends, and has for several
years been regularly sending the
paper to the folks down home.
Post cards of all kinds at the new
Ten Cent Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newman of Davis
Creek were Loup City visitors Mon
day. They report a good rain but
lots of wind Saturday night.
Services will be held June 8th at
the German Evangelical church, Loup
City, at 10:3®, Sunday school being
held at 10 a.m.
Miss Abbie Conger returned to her
work at Sioux City, Tuesday, after
spending her vacation with relatives
and friends here.
Baptist church: Sunday school at
10 a.m. Topic of the morning sermon.
“Our Denominational Outlook.’’ Song
service at 7:15. The subject of the
evening service. “Romola, or the
Seductiveness of Sin.”
M r. Montague Worlock begs to an
nounce that be is now prepared to re
ceive pupils in singing and voice pro
duction both in class and private. For
terms and futher particulars apply
either personally or by letter to Mr.
Montague Worlock, Loup City.
I have 2 stray mares, which came
to my place Monday, June 2. One
brown mare, with scar on left side of
neck. One steel gray and black, both
about 3 years old. Owner can* have
them by paying all damages, and
proving same, at my place 11 miles
northeast of Loup City.
We received a pleasant c*ll last
Thursday from Mr. Carl de la Motte
and Mr. Jos. Psota of Hazard town
ship, who were in the city on business.
Mr. Psota is one of the many new
readers of the Northwestern, dating
| from the contest days, and is pleased
t> conpliment the paper highly as a
! news disseminator, and expresses his
'egret that be had not been a reader
| Subscription to the North- a
| western is $1.50 a year 1
| Single Copy 5 cents
Opening Day at Joiner's
Park, Tuesday, June 10th.
Dr Yallier. Osteopath, Grand Island
Children’s Day exercises at the
M. E. church next Sunday evening.
Cabbage and tomato plants for sale.
Phone 9022. Mrs. R. Brodock.
J. W. Long was a business visitor to
Page Woven Wire Fencing and barb j
wire at bottom prices. L. N. Smith, j
Mr. H. H. Bristol of Arcadia spent,
Sunday in the city.
We pay cash for eggs delivered at
Ravenna Creamery Co.
Mrs. Rolloof Stockham came Sat
urday for a week’s visit with her
sister, Mrs. Sam Foss.
Furniture,almost as good as new
for ealo at the Second Hand Store
for Soc on the dollar,
EdKor Mel Gordon of the Arcadia
Champion was in the city on business
For Sale-Farly Ohio potatoes at 25
cents per bushel. Inquire of O. P.
Gilmore, at Austin, Nebr.
'Che Cemetery Aid Society cleared j
between $25 and $30 Tag Day, for
which they are duly thankful.
If you want a dray, phone A. L. En
derlee. Black 63, or leave your order
witli either lumber yard or E. G.
Taylor. Best of service guaranteed.
Mrs. Adolph Newhouser and chil
dren went to Aurora Friday morning
to attend Decoration Day services
there, returning home Saturday even
We are paying 26 cents cash for
cream delivered at the creamery. We
test and pay cash for cream.
Ravenna Creameby Co.
Attorneys R. P. Starr and Herbert
Nightingale were at Arcadia Monday
conducting a law suit.
If you want good, prompt draying.
call on C. L. McDonald, successor to
Miss Francis Sweetland left Mon
day morning to attend the wedding
of tier brother, Leslie Swcetland, at
Mrs. W. F. Mason was a passenger
to Palmer Monday for a few dsys’
visit with her sister: Mrs. Dinsdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. I. Barritk were
over from the west side Tuesday
morning. They report a fine rain in
tbeir locality Monday night.
Mrs. Leslie Lyons was a passenger
on the D. P. motor Tuesday; going to
Cairo to visit her parents. She ex
pects to return the latter part of the
Mr. and Mrs. Art Reed and baby,
Miss Leda Reed, Mrs. J. W. Dorsey,
and Ainsley Davis autoed over from
Greeley, Friday for Decoration Day,
Messrs. Reed and Dorsev returning
Saturday and the rest remaining for
a longer visit.
Miss Emma Outhouse is home from
her school duties at Spencer, for the
summer vacation. Miss Outhouse has
been elected superintendent of the
Spencer school for another year, mak
ing her third year in that school,
which speaks well for her.
Miss Winnie Outhouse will return
Saturday from the State University,
where she has been attending school
for the past year, to spend her vaca
tion witli her parents, Mayor and
Mrs. A. B. Outhouse.
Mrs. Robert McMullen of Grand
Island is spending a couple of weeks
here with her daughter, Mrs. Will
Dolling, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. J.
Mr. George Polski was up from
Ashton on business and taking in the
Boyd Burrowes and Leon show Fri
day, returning home Saturday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Leininger and
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Henry went to
Riverdale Saturday to visit their
children, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Henry,
returning home Monday. They made
the trip in Mr. Leininger’s auto.
E. W. Thompson and "Scouts” have
been camping up the river this week.
Their tish stories will do to tell but
the pure food law will not permit us
to print them, so just ask them.
Mrs. W. T. Owens has been con
lined to the house this week, the re
sult of an Injury received by falling.
She is convalesing rapidly however
and will soon be able to take up her
Mrs. Wm. Murphy and son of Grand
Junction, Colorado, is a visitor at the
home of Mr and Mrs. W. O. Brown.
Mrs. Murpliy was formerly a Loup
City girl. Miss Louise Cording, whom
her many friends will be pleased to
remember. Mr. Murphy is at present
in Washington D. C. attending a D. of
L. S. and E. convention, but expects
to return via Loup City to accom
pany his better half to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sweetland and
Mrs. C. R. Sweetland left Tuesday
morning for Bellevue to be present at
the marriage of Leslie Sweetland and
Miss Vera Braden, of Bellevue, there
that evening. Leslie and bride will
I go to Wyoming for the summer, and
j return to Chicago this fall where Mr.
! Sweetland will continue his studies
at the McCormick Seminary. The
many friends of the groom in this
city and surrouuding country, will
join the Northwestern in wishing
them prosperity and happiness.
Opening Day at Jennet's
Park, Tuesday, June lOth.
Charley Mellor came in Monday
evening for a visit with old friends.
Mr. A. L. Zimmerman was a pas
i senger to Kearney on business Tues
Try F. E. Brewer for hail insurance.
W. D. Zimmerman returned Mon
day from a business trip to Grand
Island and Walbach.
Complete line of goods that go to
make up an up-to-date jewelry store
Lost—A red sow pig. Anyone tin-d
ing same, please notify Jacob Synak,
the B. & M. section foreman.
For sale, or trade on a residence
property, my twenty acres south of
town. Annie Liebliart.
My. Synak says there are too many
dogs in his neighborhood, and if they
are not taken care of he will have to
do it himself.
If you want to be treated right, in
sure in the St. Paul Fire and Marine
of St. Paul, Minn.
J. S. Pedler left Wednesday morn
ing for Grand Island and Lincoln on
business, expecting to return Friday.
§m ect a nice parsol and have de
tachable handle monogramed, at
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reynolds of
Litchtield are visiting parents and
Leave orders for theC.L. McDonald
dray at either lumber yard.or E. G.
The Sturtevant Vacuum Cleaner,
the clean way to clean. See C. R.
Shetland or phone. lie lias them
for sale or rent.
Quality considered, ray prices are as
low as found anywhere.
Schwaner, the Jeweler.
Discs sharpened by either the cold
rolling or cutting process at Garner’s.
Prices right and staisfaction guar
For Particulars See
J udge Aaron Wall left Monday on
a business trip to Arcadia and Ord,
to be absent several days.
House'for Rent—Fenced in suitable
for chickens. Apply to Henry Jenner,
phone blue 12.
New line of umbrellas, gold and
sterling silver detachable hahdles now
on display at Schwaner's, the Jeweler.
Robert Pritchard was down from
Buy your wall papar at tha Loup
City paint store.
G. W. Marvel was a pleasant caller
Tuesday and ordered his paper
changed from Emerson to Arcadia.
E. F. Jones painter and paper
hanger, Phone Black T4.
Born, To Mr. and Mrs. George Wag
ner, ten miles south of town, on Mon
day, J une 2, a son.
Try the Ideal Bakery for Bread.
Pies, Cakes and Pastry of all kinds.
Special attention given to orders for
parties, entertainments, 6 o’clock
Saturday night oniy. at the new
opera house—6 reels, including the
special feature — The Patrick-Rice
case, with lecture. A return date by
j’aine & Fishbnrn Granite Co.
Grand Island, Neb., Monuments
Visit ionr large Factory or
write or catalogue.
Miss Melvia Danielson, who is in
structor of music in the Fremont
schools, arrived Saturday to spend
the summer vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Danielson.
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Kearns expect
to leave Saturday for Bellevue College,
to be present at the graduation ol
their son, Archie, there this coming
If you are in need of cement blocks
see C. J. Tracy. He has a large
quantity on hand fully seasoned and
at prices which will make you buy as
a matter of speculation alone, whether
you need them at the present or not.
He will give you an eye-opener on
the low price of the same.
The Boyd Burrowes and Leon show
which was here Thursday, Friday anti
Saturday of last week and, as usual
when Boyd Burrowes comes to Loup
City, they played to good crowds all
three evenings. On Thursday even
ing they played the ‘‘Vagabond,” but
owing to the rain it was very difficult
to hear. Friday evening they gave
‘‘The Man from the West” to a verj
large and appreciative crowd, and or
Saturday evening the play “Jobson’t
Jokes,” which was a big laugh fron
start to iinteh. Owing to the gather
ing storm the concert was omitted
They left here Monday for Danne
brog. Loup City people hope to sa
Boyd Burrows back again next year.
Loup City Mercantile Co’s
Notice that these excellent brooms are four
sewed. While the price we quote in this paper
paper is low, you will find these very satisfac
tory values with better brush than you can find
elsewhere at this price..15
We also have a better broom which is an excel
lent value for a fine broom which others get
j mucn more money for. Uur pnce.
Broad, Long, Work Shirts for Men
This is one of the best wearing work
shirt that money will buy, they run ex
tra full in size and sell for no more than
other shirts. Our price.50
Tomahawk Hosiery for Children
This stocking is made to
wear, it is a 2x2 rib and will outwear most any other
make of stocking for the money. We have been try
ing ever since we started in this business to get the
best wearing stocking for the money and we have
found that this is the best so far for the price
Men's Heavy Work Suspender
This suspender is made to stand hard
wear, and the rubber therein will 1
stand heat and warm weather. Every
pair guaranteed for oneyear. Price.50
of Chaff is
tin of **•
Barrington-Hall » W
\ medium strength, Bakerized, Deli
iious, smooth and fragrant; Rich in
coffeal mellow; fine and satisfying
with a delghtfully lingering aftertaste
When once you try this coffee you
will use no other
Our African Java coffee, is a very large coffee bean and makes
a fine drink, this coffee is sold many places at much more money,
Our price.32c In 25 lb lots.30c
Peaberry coffee, this is a small coffee bean, but very fancy.
This coffee is known more in the east. Our price. 35c
Our special brand coffee. 30c. In 25 lb lots_ 23c
Nun Such coffee.25c. In 25 lb lots... lie
Oar Store Will Close Every Eveaiag at 7:30, Exeept Sat.
Loup City Mercantile Co.
^S^Ui^ne^Gol^^Band dishes at j
tne new ten cent store.
Myrl Warrick is on a week’s busi- j
trip to Lead, South Dakota.
Mr. Henderson of Webster town
ship went to Kearney Monday on
Mr. Detwiler, a prominent hardware
dealer of Ord, was in our city on busi
A tine rain visited Loup City last
Thursday evening, but was only local
in extent, its southern limit reaching
but a little ways from town. Also
had good rains Saturday, Monday and
Tuesday nights, making a total of
1.91 inches of rain since our last
Rev. R. Frank Scott of Arcadia
preached both morning and evening
at the Methodist church last Sunday,
in the the absence of the pastor.
Rev. Leeper will return the latter
part of thi6 week, and there will be
services as usual next Sunday.
Mrs. Mattie Bower, Couer D’Alene,
Idaho, arrived last Thursday evening
to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Gard
ner, of this city. Mrs. Bower was a
Loup City girl and is well known to
many of our people, who wili be glad
to learn that she is to be in our city
for several weeks.
Rev. Ray Kearns arrived from
Chicago last Friday evening for a
visit of a few days with his parents.
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Kearns, and Mon
day morning, left for Bellevue, where
he officiated as best man at the
wedding of Mr. Leslie Sweetland,
Tuesday. He will remain there for
the graduation of his brother, Archie
Kearns, which takes place the 11th.
Ray looks well and is feeling fine.
' Froth Bellevue he returns to his
studies at McCormick Seminary, and
to his duties as assistant pastor of a
Worry Often Kills
Insure your crops against hail storms
and you won’t. It aoesn’t cost much
with us, In fact, costs less the quicker
‘ you do it.
First Trust Ca,
Loup City, Neb.
I\ The following Is reproduced from the Dutchess/
\ Observer, of Poughkeepsie, N. ¥., of Nay /
\ 16th, 1821, /
Jo The Public I
The subscriber has for sale a hogshead of I
Jamaica rum, and half chest of Old hyson I
tea, which will be sold in lots to suit pur- I
Also, for sale, a quantity of shingles and I
boards and a number of setts of turned /
Signed by, John S. Myers. I
I The original paper, 92 years old, from I
l which this is taken msy be seen at our I
Keystone Lumber Co. I
Refrigerators, Porch Seats,
Swings, Rockers, etc., at
BAIJLY 4b KB1B§
It will be a great accomodation to us if our cor
respondents, advertiser and others to please hand
/n all favors by Tuesday noon orearleir
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