Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1913)
? B U Aware That
| U P Allowipg
jj A Great Opportunity to pass every day that
'you do not visit our bank.
^Success and Friends follow a bank account
'We can prove this to you if you will give us
J a chance.
J FIRST N ATION AL BANK
* of Loup City, Nebraska
> . . ..
It mav lead to Serious Illness
Every kind of germicide and
Smell Killer is stocked here.
If you do not know what to
use, £omeand let us help you.
We Know What You Need.
Swanson & Lofliolm,
*"» Coal!! Coal!!!
We carry two kinds of nut coal.
and you’ll use no other
Loup City Infirmary
Dr. Jas. F. Blanchard
Physician In Chart*
Office hours—s a. m. until 5 p. m.!
Rates for rooms on request j
Examination free. Phone Nc*. 106
Need of j
or first-class j
of all dimensions. |
We also have a car of Coke.
We also have a good line of Fence pos’s, ran ge
ing in price from ten to fifty cents.
Phone Red 29 and you will receive prompt attention
. LE1NINGER LUMBER COMPANY
New assortment of glassware just
received at the 10-cent store.
Frank Zwink has bought a new
threshing machine and is busy rhese
days over on Clear creek. Frank has
also treated himself to a new auto.
Dishes os all kinds and sizes at the
Danker Dwehus and family and an
auto load of friends headed a dele
gation from Rockville to spend the
Fourth at Jenner’s park.
Try F. E. Brewer for hail insurance.
S. A. Pratt was over from Hazard
Sunday looking up the publication of
a legal license required in running a
pool hall there. The legal publica
tion appears in this issue of the
Western Peroxide, 10 cents a bottle
at the 10-cent store.
The condition of our fjieud, Sam
uel Daddow, is about the same, and
serious concern is held by his frieuds
| and relatives. We understand Mr.
Daddow himself is keenly aware of
Water glasses, two for 5 cents at
the 10-cent store.
A special from Loup City to Sar
gent tne morning of the Fourth took
35 from Loup City, 175 from Arcadia
and a like number from Comstock,
and the crowd at Sargent was esti
mated at upwards of 2,000.
i Be sure and get your water glasses
! at -he 10-cent store.
Miss Theresa Dzingle, who lias been
spending a month's vacation at home
returned to iier studies as nurse at
Omaha last Saturday morning. Miss
Dzingle likes her work well.
Second-hand lawnmower for sale by
Miss Augelletta Barnes of Holdrege
who had been visiting Mrs. Win.
Criss for the past three weeks, was
called home Monday by the serious
conditioner' an uncle who is a sufferer
Special low prices o.i Plow and List
er L,ays at Garner's shop.
Banker Steve Polski and family
and Merchant Garret Lorentz and
family headed an auto delegation
from Ashton to spend the glorious
fourth at Jenner's park.
o-quart granite preserve kettles for
25c at the 10c store.
Mrs. Ida Lambert, formerly of this
| city, but who is now traveling for
; some home in Kansas City, was here
a few days last week renewing old
acquaintances and visiting her son,
Norton Lambert and family at Autsin,
House for Rent—Fenced in suitable
for chickens. Apply to Henry Jenner,
phone blue 12.
The Northwestern force is just now
busy getting out 1500 pamphlets of
the premium list for the coming
county fair, and which it Is expected,
j we will have ready for distribution
1 within the next two weeks.
We have a 17-jewel watch to offer
| you with a dust and water proof case
! for $8.00. Henry M. Eisner.
C. J. Petersen of Oak Creek, with
his lamily, headed a delegation from
that part of the county to spend the
Fourth at Jenner’s park. Mr. Peter
sen had tiie misfortune a few days
ago to lose a mare and colt by light
Discs Sharpened by either the cold
! rolling or cutting process at Garner's.
Prices right and staisfaction guar
L. Domgard w ho has opened the
laundry iu the old pop factory build
! iug, 1 as not as yet received his
| smoothing irons, butotherwise is kept
ousy with work. Now that Loup
City has a home launury. everyone
'Should give the new enterprise a
1 boost- Stand up for nouie industries.
If you want good, prompt draying,
j call on C. L. McDonald, successor to
The good people of Wiggle Creek
and Austin joined forces on the
i Fourth and celebrated at the latter
place and had a most glorious time.
Parties from Rockville stopped there
' for a time and estimated the attend
; ance at not less than 200 people. We
have received no report from the cel
ebration further than above, hence
can make no other comment.
The Sturtevant Vacuum Cleaner,
the clean way to clean. See C. R.
Sweetland or phone. He has them'
for sale or rent.
- Dr. C. A. Blanchard and wife of
Lincoln visited here over last Sunday
with Dr. J. F. Blanchard and wife
returning home Monday morning.
The doctors are brothers and both
Osteopathic physicians, the latter
being prominent in Osteopathic circles
in the capital city.
If you want a dray, phone A. L. En
deriee. Black ($3, or leave your order
with either lumber yard or E. G.
Taylor. Best of service guaranteed.
From a Lincoln Star advertisement
in this week’s Northwestern, we see
that our young friend, Arthur Brown,
of the Friend Sentinel, is agent for
the same, and is soliciting for that
good state paper. If you want a good
democratic state paper, wby not send
Arthur your subscription and help
him that much. Show your friend
ship in a substantial way.
Today has been set apart for the
dedication of the new Greeley county
court house, and great preparations
have been madfe for the occasion.
Ex-governor Shallenberger will be the
speaker of the day. Henry Ohlsen
and son have been pushing the work
rapidly and soon will have finished
the building which will prove a mon
ument to their enterprise and ability.
Chautauqua season tickets for sale
at this office. «.
I have a uew shipment of watches
of all kinds. Before buying let me
show them to you. My advice costs
you nothing and is worth mouey to
you. Henry M. Eisner,
The Leading Jeweler
Rev. W. E. Henry, who, with his
family, is here for a season, expects to
later go to the mountains in search of
better health. At present the fam
ily has takencliarge of the J. P. Lein
Inger home during the absence of the
latter and family on their trip to
Ohio. As we understand, Rev. Henry
has not resigned his pastorate at
Riverdale, but taken up a vacation
Instead, the people at that point not
consenting to give him up, being so
well pleased with his ministrations.
Try the Ideal Bakery for Bread.
Pies, Cakes and Pastry of all kinds.
Special attention given to orders for
parties, entertainments, 6 o’clock
Willis Fulliton and wife left last
Saturday morning for their visit to
Erie, Pa., where they will witness
the great doings at tee 110th anni
hilation of the British fleet on the
great lakes, and spend some time
visiting scenes and friends in and
around that part of the country.
Comrade Fulliton is a great friend of
the Northwestern, being a subscriber
ior himself and several others. The
latest to whom he sends the North
western for the coming year is Chas.
P. Johnson, at Anaheim, California,
who by this token will know to whom
he is indebted ror the copy of the
If you want to be treated right, in
sure in the St. Paul Fire and Marine
of St. Paul, Minn.
Services as usual at M. E. church.
A special feature will be a vocal solo
by Miss Mulvia Danielson.
Leave orders for theC.L. McDonald
dray at either lumber yard,or E. G.
Services at the German Evangelica.
church July 13. Sunday school 10 a
m. Preaching 10:30 a. m.
M. H. Cilek of Arcadia last week
traded his restaurant there to Eli
Ballenger for his Bon Ton chop house
in this city.
Miss Leda Reed returned to Gree
ley Tuesday after a month's visit
here, accompanied by Miss Anna Les
Archie Kearns came home from
I Bellevue last Thursday for the sum
The county dads were in session on
Monday making semi-annual settle
ment with the county treasurer.
A. B. Young received a message
Monday morning that his wife who
is visiting in Kansas was seriously ill
and took the noon train for her bed
Dr. S. A. Allen left Monday morn
ing for Lincoln and Omaha for an
absence of a number of days.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nightingale left
Tuesday morning on their six weeks’
rip to the Pacific Coast.
L. Domgard had his family horse
killed by lightning in Sunday night's
Don’t forget the special Sunday
dinner at The Frederick, Price, 35c.
Everybody invited to eat Sunday
dinner at The Freberick. Price, 35c.
Give your wife a change. Bring
her to Sunday dinner at The Freder
erick. Price, 35c.
Young men, bring your lady friends:
to dinner or supper Sunday at the
Frederick. We will be delighted to
serve you. Price, 35c.
Miss Grace Conger went to Greeley
Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. A rt
A baby was born July 3 to Mr. and
W. L. McCullough went to Geneva
Monday to visit relatives and help
The celebration at Schaupps last
Saturday and evening was reported
to us as one of the nicest and most
pleasant of the season. R. P. Starr
was orator of the day.
Baptist Church—Regular services
next Sunday. Morning topic* ‘-Suffi
cient Strength for Conquest’’; evening
topic, “How to Listen.” Other ser
vices nt change. Cordial invitation
Mr. Andereon and wife of Aurora
visited over last Sunday here with
Mrs. Anderson's brother,T.E. Youn|
quest., and family.
Joe Cording and wife W. W. Mur
py and wife of Grand J unction, Colo,,
the latter Mr. Cording’s sister, and
Will Heapy motored over from Litch
field Tuesday, returning that evening.
Wm. Cox, father of Mrs. Myrle
Warrick, who lives on his farm near
town was taken dangerously ill last
week with heart trouble,and bis broth
ers, Senator James and Jasper Cox
from Hamilton county, were sum
moned to bis bedside Sunday, coming
by auto that day, accompaned by his
nephew, Raymond Cox, and sister,
Mrs. Laurie, from the same place.
Dr. Steenburg of Aurora was also
here in consultation with Dr. J. E.
Bowman over the case. However, at
this writing the sick man is much
improved and the relatives have re
turned home. Mr. Cox is 70years old
aud in poor health.
A new switchboard has been in
stalled at Ashton.
Mrs. Glen Steven returned this
week from a visit at Florence, Kas.
Walter Steven from Florence, Kas.,
has been here a number of days vis
iting his brother, Glenn Steven.
D. C. Grow and D. D. Grow left
yesterday for Wellington, Wash., to
visit their daughter and sister, Mrs.
Lucy Grow-Jeffords. and on to vari
ous Pacific Coast points of interest.
Frank Grow will be postmaster pro
tern, Dad having sent in his resigna
tion as Nasby.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hickman of Do
lores, Colo., arrived here last Thurs
day visiting till Monday morning with
Mrs. Hickman's brothers, Marvin and
James Lee, and families. They bad
been called to Aurora by the serious
Illness of Mr. Hickman's father who
had suffered from a third stroke of
paralysis, left him recovering and vis
ited here on their way home.
Small bunch of sheep and registered
Durham bull. Phone 9203, Loup City,
Neb. A. E. Charlton.
Rockville, Nebraska, July ti. Dan
nebrog lostto Rockville here Sunday
by a score of 9 to 6.
Boelus, Nebraska. July 6. Boelus
shut out Farwell here Sunday by the
score of 2 to 0.
Elba, Nebraska, July 6. Numerous
errors by the visitors lost the game
for them although they outhit the
local lads 2 to 1.
Flies are Here, Hail Storms are Cming.
Insure against both
Our SCREENS do the work and our prices
at e right.
Keystone Lumber Co.
For Paints and Oils go to
I am prepared to do first-class repairing of all kinds.
* Don t fail to come and see our fine china ware.
Days Summer, Goods Sale Da(y,
Commencing July 14th, 1913
As we expect our new fall goods in some time in August, we must make room for
them and in order to do that we must close out our summer goods at a sacrifice price.
Below We Quote a Few Items Which We Will Put on Sale
I _ I
Cotton Corduoy, regular 40c to 50c value,at this sale.30c
All our 40c and 50c silk Crape will go at.30c
All our 40c to 50c values, sale price.30c
Dunbar suiting, regular 35c to 40c, on sale.20c
Silk Tissue Ginghams, regular 25c....15c
Zephyr Dress Ginghams, regular 25c, sale price.18c
Krinkled Crape fur dresses chea p at 15c, sale price.10c
All calico will go at this sale at.5C
Unbleached Muslin, regular 8 l-2c, sale price.7c
Ribbon sale.. jqc
Laces and embroideries a special price
One Counter Shoes, in Ladies’ and Men’s, regular $2.50 to $3.50
your choice $1.45
' Made of embroidery and
China silk 25c
good Turkish bath
towels with fringe
size 86x19 16c
NEV-R-BRAK ~ I
Toilet Combs, heavy re-in
forced back, highly polished,
in pink, blue and white
splendid value at 25c
Toilet comb, a natural black
a strong comb at 10c
A big lot of
ders, one ex
der that is
for one year 50c
High grade broom
thaj is exeption
al value at 10c
Fine pure white plate a
splendid value at 10c
Extra hard, clear white
granite, good shape and
quality, price for cup and
'■6 .g 8
« 3 ~
-I JO «*
Corset covers, attractively
with newest lace and em
broidery, valued at 25c.
Ij I WI.
White Dutch Collais, a va
riety of dainty designs and
pretty trimmings, value 25c
Powered by Open ONI