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CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
We Absolutely Know That We Have the Most Up-To-Date Line of
Ladies’ Misses & Children’s
That Was Ever Shown in Loup City, and
OUR PRICES ARE LOW,
THAT IS THE REASON
WE ARE SELLING THE GOODS
Don’t pay two prices. Look over other Lines then come to us and
see the money you can save on every Garment. Remember We car
ry Quality, and not Junk.
VIC SWANSON, Loup City
The House of Quality and Low Prices
of quality and prices are offered that will delight and please
you. Come in today and let us show you the very newest
Swanson |Lof holms’
ARE GOING TO CLOSE OUT our
entire line of Men’s Clothing, at a
! sacrifice price as we have not got the
i room. Below you will find some of the prices
No. 7008 Men’s gray mixed suit
• Regular price.
I No. 7005 Men’s dark mixed Suit
! No. 7156 Men’s grey suit striped
I Regular $15.00.
No. 2028 Men’s black worsted
» Regular $11.50.
[ Loup City Mercantile Co. j
| Fall™Winter Suits
^ I have 500 woolen samples to pick from
' and guarantee workmanship, fit, style
S and fabric, or you need not accept the
} Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty.
\ E.E.McFadden, Suitorium
The Northwestern, Peoples’ Favoriti
l Subscription to the North- a
I western is $1.50 a year g
I Single Copy 5 cents 4)
Chris Domgard had business at ord
Chas. Mason from Broken Bow was
in Loup City the first of the week.
List your land with J. W. Dougal
and you will receive a “Square Deal.”
Miss Jessie Ogle has taken a clerk
ship at R. L. Arthur’s.
Little Katherine Owens is a suffer
er with eczema this week.
M. Biemond is home from his ex
tended visit to Holland.
New Dress Goods received at Ar
Pres. Bell is up and around again
after a two weoks’ sick spell.
We go to press too early this week
(Wednesday afternoon) to give any re
port of the county fair.
25 paper plates for ten cents, at the
ten cent store.
Sam Fletcher’s stock sale will be on
Thursday. Sept. 25, instead of 26, as
we stated last week.
The M. E. Sunday school will have
a special program next Sunday morn
Merrifield Pianos for sals by
O. F, Petersen
- Dr. S. A. Allen Tuesday of this
week purchased the George S. Lein
inger residence property.
Mrs. Myrtle Swain of Dannabrog is
here visiting at the home of O. A.
See the new aviator dolls at the
ten cent store.
O. A. Woods and family returned
last Sunday evening from an auto trip
iui Januelwloz was up from Ashton
over Tuesday night, returning home
Henry Hansen, wife and son from
Ashton were in to the fair yesterday.
Mr. Hansen is a bee man and has fine
honey on exhibition.
Schwaner can and will save you
money on a piano.
Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Henry returned
from Riverdale last Thursday, where
the reverend had been on business
Miss Florence Leininger left Tues
day morning foi University Place to
continue her studies at the Uni
Schwaner can and will save you
money on a piano.
Edwin Ohlsen and Don Charlton
left Tuesday morning to continue
their studies, at the State University.
Rev. Dr. D. A. Leeper left Tuesday
morning to attend the Methodist con
ference at Lincoln, in session there
Go to the ten cent store for pencils,
tablets and lunch boxes.
Johnny Rapp, Jr., brought an auto
load of good fellows over from Ashton
yesterday to the county fair.
W. E. Henry has traded his farm
east of town for the Nels Enevoldsen
residence and some land near Sidney,
Arthur carries the best in Dress
Goods, Hosiery and Underwear.
County Judge Smith yesterday mar
ried Daniel A. Shaw of Chase county
to Miss Nina May Reed of Custer
Miss Segrid Rasmussen went to
Dannabrog Tuesday to attend the
Silver jedding of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
The ten cent store lias just received
a shipment of Sheraton glassware.
Mrs. Babtie of Lincoln was here
visiting her sister,Dr. Carrie Bow’man,
aver last Sunday, returning home
Charley Briggs’ mother and two
smaller children were called to Colum
bus, Monday morning by the illness of
Charley’s older sister.
Ten per cent off on house paints at
bhe Loup City Faint and Glass Store.
Rev. W. E. Henry left Tuesday
morning for Sidney, Nebr., on a land
proposition and from there will go to
Lincoln to attend the M. E. confer
Before buying your threshing coal
call at Taylor’s elevator and get their
prices and see their coal.
Rev. and Mrs. Leslie Sweetland are
here from Wyoming on a visit to Mr.
Sweetland’s parents. A reception was
(riven in their honor last (Wednesday)
If you want good, prompt draying,
call on C. L. McDonald, successor to
It will be worth while to you to ex
amine the coats, hats and dresses at
Mrs. Mathew’s before you buy.
Beautiful goods, up-to-date and rea
sonable in price. The best is none too
Leave orders for tlieC.L. McDonald
dray at either lumber yard,or E. G.
The Drs, Bowman have just install
ed a tine electric wall plate for treat
ment in various kinds of diseases. It
is a beauty to look at, but we don’t
know a darn thing about the compli
For sale—Cabinet sewing machine,
good as new. Mrs. A. N. Cook.
Lee Burnett has sold his street
sprinkling proposition to C. Thornton,
and this week moves to Rockville,
where he has purchased a ppol hall in
that village of Walter Fletcher. Suc
cess to all parties.
Get the habit and trade at Vic
Swanson’s we have the merchandise
and our prices are right.
Banker Dwehus was up from Rock
ville Wednesday, on business.
The U. B. conference at York last
week closed Sunday. Among the ap
pointments of Interest to Loup City
and Sherman county people are: E.
F. Weyner assigned to Litchfield, and
J. W. Zimmerman, brother of our A.
L. Zimmerman, to Julian this state.
Lost—Pointer pup in Zwink dis
trict la&t Sunday. Reward for re
turn. E. F. Milburn.
Remember Vie Swanson carries a
large and complete line of groceries.
Trade with us or we both loose. Our
prices are right.
Will you sell your farm and take
91000 as first payment and make rea
sonable terms on balance? If so, I
can sell it for you at once. For par
ticulars, see J. W. Dougal, Loup City,
Call and see the very latest in High
Grade Pianos. Bring one along with
you who can judge a piano. Why
buy a cheap instrument when you
can get the very best for the same
money. H. M. Elskkb.
Do You Want Cement Work?
Anyone wanting block work, house
or foundation, or any kind of cement
work, see me. I have on hand at
present a large number of concrete
blocks nicely cured. I ask your pat
ronage. C. J. Tracy
ALONG ROUTE TWO
Fred Reed Is here from Iowa.
The river was high last Wednesday.
Several culverts were washed out
on route one last week.
R. D. Hendrickson has put a silo of
Clark Allman cut up corn for fod
der for Albert Snyder last Friday.
Harry Rutherford thrashed dif
ferent ones on lower Wiggle Creek the
past ten days.
Oliver Dubry and vincent Johns
were doing business out on Route 2
Hiram Cramer is back at his old
job in the coal sheds on the B. & M.
Route 2 was covered with a good
rain last Tuesday night the amount
was from one half to one inch.
Sarah Gray has been helping her
sister Mrs. Will Rowe the past week.
Jim Roush has been building a
line of new fence the past week.
A. M. Bennet was out on route 2
the past week.
Burt Snyder worked for Ira Daddow
Mrs. John Gross is at the home of
L. G. Gross’s now.
Frank Casteel is repairing the dam
age to his barn.
Mrs. Conner of Columbus is visiting
at the Iossi home.
Ernest Iossi is working for John
Mrs. E. Kilpatrick and children
spent Sunday with Mrs. McLaughlin.
Mr. W. F. Draper is plastering Gene
filler’s new house 5his week.
Miss Rose Schwadeur has been vis
iting her parents the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ransink were
trading at Loup City Monday.
Mr. Steel took a load of hogs to
Loup City Tuesday.
E. M. Marvel and boy was driving
;attle from'Henuings Tuesday.
Will Coverly hauled 3,000 bushels
tf wheat to Austin the past ten days.
Joe Cording of Litchfield was seen
last Friday on his way to Loup City.
Tom McFadden, Ira, Frank and
Ernest Daddow and families autoed
to St. Paul Sunday and spent the
lay with A1 Balllman and family.
Frank Parpernick from Ord Nebr.
Has been on route 2 the past week
L. Bly is driving route 3 this week.
Liephart has bought R. A. Hen
Mr. John Mead and family near
Litchfield visited at the home of W.
F. Draper Sunday.
John Peterson hauled a load of
wheat to the Loup City market
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Conger attended
the surprise party on Irwin Conger
it Loup City last Thursday evening.
We have one of the finest selected lines of Ladies’
and Children’s Cloaks we have ever had and prices
are less than last year. .....
Come in and Pick Out Your Cloak
While we have a good selection to pick from.
They are going fast. ...
Loup City MERCANTILE CO.
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Miss Maggie McFadden is teaching
her second year in the Obermiilei
Did you attend the social at Henry
Goodwins last Friday evening? II
not you missed something good.
Fritz Bichel autoed to Broken Bov
last Thursday to take in the fair al
School house in District 78 has
been painted the past week. Geo
Stork and Chris Johnsen did th<
Miss Lula McFadden is teaching
her third year in the Schwaderer Dist
This speaks well for her.
Miss Christena Lynn visited twc
weeks at her brothers home on Routf
2. She returned to her home al
Boelus tills week.
The fat ball team on the route will
play the leans for the oysters. Th<
same team that they played at the
route picnic. What say you leans?
John Peterson and Will Miller jusl
finished putting up 160 acres of hay
land just south of Will Millers or
Bickels land the past week.
Carrier made a mistake when h<
reported that Dick Brodock was go
ing on the Art Wilson farm, Dick
told me that he was going on Will’s
farm next year.
Uqlessthe boys who live east ol
town return the basket they took at
the route picnic at once they are
liable to find themselves in trouble.
They had no permission to enter the
park that day.
Edger Foster and Miss Lettie Peugh
attended the social at the home ol
Henry Goodwins last Friday. They
report a fine time. But thought
that oysters ought to have been serv
ed instead of Ice cream as it was cold.
Chas. Johnson got his foot caught
in a self dump rake while working
for Wm. Rutherford a short time age
and has had a very sore foot ever
since. The rake caught his foot and
held it and it was hard work to get
the rake to release its hold, when it
did Charley did a womans trick he
fainted but only for a few minutes.
Frank Casteel this week fixed his
mail box up in fine shape. He set
the post in cement and put the mail
box out over an extended arm with
out any brace in front. The brace
from the end of the mail box to the
post is a bad thing for the winter
time in trying to get. close to the
mail box one often brakes the post
off because the single-tree catches
the brace, sometimes we brake a
singletree. Please look at your mail
koss YvamcK Deneves in one one
horse cultivator to cultivate corn
with after ,it is too large to plow
with the two horse cultivator. He
bold the carrier that he could see to
the very row where he went with it
Dr anyone else could easily see the
difference in the looks of the field.
Ross said that the ears were from one
to two inches longer than the other
Dorn in she same field. He also said
that his corn was good this year. He
has cultivated it over five times. The
agricultural school claims that it
will make $360 per acre more to the
Dwner if he will continue the use of
bhe one horse cultivator after the
torn has been laid by. Corn that has
suffered the past season is corn that
has been too thick or the ground has
been weedy or the ground had alfalfa
In it the year before. Carrier thinks
if the farmers would plant their com
thin say. rows 18 to 20 inches apart
when listing or from one to three in
each hill checked, there would hardly
be any failure in the corn crop in the
tounty and nearly all corn ought to
be put through a sieve so that the
kearnels would be the same size.
This would make your stand even.
Some said the reason why they plant
ed to thick was because they did not
bhink all the seed would sprout. The
best way looks like to me is to plant
some of the com in a box and see if
It will grow before it is put in the
ground. If a wet year should come
rod you had your corn planted thin
bhe stock would put oiit two ears and
perhaps three if it was wet enough
rod the ears would be long and well
For general repair work such as,
blnware, bicycles, guns, gas stoves
stc. See me at W. P. Reed’s Second
Rand and Variety store.
P. O. Reed.
you have traveled
for miles and miles
on the wrong road
and at last come to a
sign post which shows you your mistake
you very naturally go straight back to
the forks of the "road and start over.
Many men who are anxious to reach fi
nancial Independence realize that they
are on the wrong road, they feel that
their earnings are merely sufficient for
daily needs, that they have no chance
to accumulate a competence. Some of
these men recognize the sign post point
ing to the wao out—better methods of
handling their income. If you are in
terested we shall be glad to explain to
you our bank account plan.
F. R. Wick man of Scotia was in
Edward Sestack of Beatrice is here
for a few days visit with friends.
W. C. Dunker of Lincoln was here
Wednesday settling losses.
M. J. Vincent autoed to Cotesfield
Frank Bogacy of So. Omaha visited
here over Sunday.
Jamrogs. Polskis and Kettles, auto
ed to Davis Creek Sunday.
The carnival was held here as dated
but the crowd was rather small.
John Rapp Jr. autoed to Rockville
John Rapp Sr., was east bound
Saturday for Grand Island, to visit
Tiie Lome orchestra furnished the
music at the opera house during the
Theo. Ojendyk of Portland Ore., is
here visiting with his son Henry and
Canew Vincent had to use his one
horse power Friday as the result of a
blow out as he was about to leave the
Frank Zwink and wife of Loup
City came down early Sunday morning
in their auto, to visit Mr. and Mrs.
The home ball team defeated the
Rockville team on the first carnival
day. Score 9-4. Elba won the first
game the second day. Score 11-0 and
Ashton the second game, score 1-0.
Leon Beza, Ed. Adamski, W. Peer,
Jce Pokonski and John Rapp Jr. auto
ed to Scotia Sunday to see the game
between Scotia and Giltner and Scotia
vs Ainsly. Giltner winning 10-3 and
Scotia Winning the second 3-1.
German Evangelical—Sunday, 20tn:
Lessons in German at Loup City at
1:30 p. m, Sept. 21st, service at Ashton
at 10:30 a. m._
Remember the usual Sabbath
services, 10:30 A. M. and 8:00 P.
M.,you will find these services an
uplift which you cannot afford to
neglect. The evening service is
a union service to be held in the
Presbyterian church, continuing
the Sabbath evening sendees of
Austin preaching at 3:00 p. m.,
Sabbath school at 2:00. Now that
cooler weather has come, Austin
people are urged to be present at
these bi-monthly services.
I will sell at public sale on my
farm one mile southeast of Loup
City, Sept. 30, at 1 o’clock, 3
horses 8 cattle, 6 hogs and a lot
of farm machinery. Terms 8
months and 10 per cent interest.
Order of Hearing on Petition for
Appointment of Adminietratrix
Ip the County Court:
State of Nebraska)
Sherman County )
In the matter of the estate of Mich
ael Finder, deceased:
On reading and filing the petition
of Bernard Finder, praying for an or
der showing the death of Wilhelminia
Finder, widow, and that all bequests
have been made as per will of said
Michael Finder, deceased,
Ordered that October 11th, A. D.
1913, at 2 o’clock p. m., is assigned for
hearing said petition, when all per
sons interested in said matter may
appear at a county court to be held
iu and for said county, and show
why the praper of the petitioner
should not be granted; and that no
tice of the pendency of said petition
and the hearing thereof be given to
all persons interested in said matter
by publishing a copy of this order in
the Loup City Northwestern, a week
ly newspaper printed in said county,
for three successive weeks prior to
said day ef hearing.
Dated Sept. 16,1913.
E. A. Smith,
[seal] County Judge.
Last pub Oct 2
Order of Hearing and Notico of Pro
bate of Will
In the County Court of Sherman
State of Nebraska,)
County of Sherman )
To the heirs, legatees, devisees, and
to ail persons interested in the estate
of Wilhelminia Finder, deceased:
On reading the petition of Robert
P. Starr praying that the instrument
filed in this court on the 16th day of
September, 1913. and purporting to
be the last will and testament of the
said deceased, may be proved and al
lowed, and recorded as the last will
and testament of Wilhelminia Fin
der, deceased; that said instrument
be admitted to probate, and the ad
ministration of said estate be grant
ed to Louisa Fawcett as executrix. It
Is hereby ordered that you, and ail
persons interested in said matter,
may, and do, apper at the county
court to be held in an and for said
county, on the 11th day of October,
A. D. 1913, at one o’clock p. m., to
show case, if any there be, why the
prayer of the petitioner should not
be granted, and that notice of the
pendency of said petition and that
t,he hearing thereof be given to all
persons interested in said matter by
publishing a copy of this order in the
Loup City Northwestern, a weekly
aewspaper printed in said county, for
three successive weeks prior to said
lav of hearing.
Witness my hand and seal of said
jourt this 16th day of September, A.
D. 1913. E. A. Smith,
[seal] County Judge.
Last puh. Oct. 2
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