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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1914)
L MISER, Cashier y
Even toim iu warts to uo«
BOW TO MAKE
EVERT TORRS MAR SHOIL0 WART
MOW ROW TO SAVE NORET
Bat he thinks he'll get his bird first and
then look for the cafe. And when he
finds the cage, the bird has flown.
So earn and save at the same time
young man. Be on the Safe Side.
WE OFFER YOB ABSOLRTE SAFETY AHO
WOOL! APPRECIATE YOBR PATRONAGE
First National Bankf
Loop City, Nebraska.
We Pay 5 per cent on Time Deposits.
THE EARLY BIRD
gets a bird of a Spring fabric
if he orders his Easter suit
Spring Woolen Lines are now
fresh and unbroken—and the
buyer who makes his choice
now. before the Easter rush
begins, gets the pick of the
season’s newest and richest
That magnificent Royal Tailor
Spring Line is now waiting for
you The finest custom tailor
ing at $16 to $35.
VICTOR VIENER, Proprietor.
The Place Where *00 Save Roney
GOOD LOOKS and ENDURING QUALITY
THESE ARE THE THINGS THAT
MAKE DREW SHOES FAMOUS
We have them in Brown. Tan and Black,
Velours. Nu Buck, Gun Metal. Patent and
Vici Kid at. Prices from 52.50 to $5.00.
COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU.
E. E YOUNGQU1ST, Prop.
VOV ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
THE MOVING PICTURE SHOW
At the New Opera House
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Matinee every Saturday afternoon
Change every nigfct and nothing but the best of
pictures will be shown here. Everybody is cordially
invited to attend.
Miss Mary Hiddleson is hew
from Jefferson, Iowa, visiting hei
cousin, Miss Pearl Needham.
Miss Bessie Owens attended the
reception to Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Anderson at Boelus last Friday.
Lee Brothers will pay you the high
est price for chickens.
D. L. Jacoby and family moved
on their farm in Logan township
last Friday and ready for spring
Mrs. D. A. Lee per was called
here from Columbus last Friday
by the illness of her daughter.
Miss Zoe Lee per.
Leave orders for John McDonall
dray at either lumber yard, or at £
Mrs. Peter Thode was called to
Lincoln last Friday morning by
the illness of her good mother.
Mrs. Fred Thode.
A marriage license was issued
last Friday, Feb. 27, to Peter K.
Fast and Lena Schierling. both of
j M«rrifi«ld Pianos for sals by
O. F. Potsrson
R. P. Starr was called to Grand
i Island on business Friday morn
ing. Mrs. Starr also went to
Grand Island Saturday morning.
Mr. Howard Simmons of Bel
mont, Wis., who had been visit
, ing his sister. Mrs. W. T. Owens,
for a couple of weeks, returned
home last Thursday.
Bring in your chickens to Lee Bros,
and receive from them the highest
market price. •
Miss Stella Stickney, daughter
of Charley Stickney of Logan
township, left for Omaha last Sat
urday morning where she goes to
J. B. Hiddleson of Jefferson,
Iowa, who had been visiting his
cousins, the Hiddlesons and Need
hams, for a few days, returned
home last Saturday.
If you want good, prompt draying.
call on John McDonall, successor
to L.C. McDonall.
On account of Pastor Slocumb
being unable to occupy his pulpit
because of a recent operation,
there were no services at the M.
E. church last Sunday.
Mrs. Lawrence Lofholm and in
fant son left last Thursday noon
for a visit at Kansas City with
the lady's good mother. Law
rence accompanied them as far as
If you want a dray, phone A. L. En
derlee. Black 63, of leave your order
with either lumber yard or E. G.
Taylor. Best of service guaranteed
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Houser
were up from Aurora over last
Sunday visiting Mrs. Houser's
mother, Mrs. Margaret Leininger,
and other relatives, returning
home Monday morning.
Henry Kuhl was called to Mills
county, Iowa, Monday morning
by the death of his brother-in-law,
Wm. Kay, aged some 70 years,
whose death was caused by paral
ysis. Mrs. Kuhl accompanied
Farmers—Don t forget your discs,
this is the time for you to get them
sparpened and A. C. Ogles is the place.
Mrs. C. H. Ryan and little son
went to Gresham. Neb., last Sat
urday morning for a visit with
parents and friends. C. H. now
puts his No. 10s under the tables
at The Frederick. ,
A. J. Newman of Omaha, was
here over last Sunday visiting his
: sister, Mrs. John Lofholm, and
i family. Mr. Newman is the gen
tleman who lost his wife in the
terrible tornado last spring in
Highest cash market price paid for
hides and chickens at Eggers Meat
Earl Harper arrived here last
Saturday evening on a visit to his
friend, Clark Reynolds. Earl has
been engaged in the work of sing
ing evangelist for the past few
months and is on his way home to
Scottsbluff on a vacation to visit
his parents, Rev. • and Mrs. W.
C. Harper, formerly of the M. E.
church here. Earl will be here
No need of going out of town this
year to get your spring and summei
goods, as you can find most anything
you want at the Loup City Mercantile
Co. they have certainly got the goods.
BARGAINS AT THE
TER CERT STORE
Some prices of interest at the Ten
China nest eggs 3 for 5 cents.
Wire hens nests only 10 cents each.
Good hickory hammer handles 5
Cold Cream per jar 10 cents
Talcum powder per can 10 cents
Chamois skins 5, 10 and 15 cents.
Stocking feet 3 pairs for 25 cents.
Harness rivets per box 7 cents
Good half soles per pair 15cents.
ROBT. P: STARR
Attorney at Law,
LOUP CITY. SEBR£SK£.
RJ-Nightingale & Son
Loyp City, Nebraska.
R. H. MATHEW
Attorney at Law
And Bonded Abstractor.
Loup City, Nebraska
Practices in all Courts
Loup City, Neb.
Lcrp Citt. - Nebraska.
Only set of Abstract books in county
O. E. LONGACRE
Physician & Surgeon
Office. Over New Bank.
; TELEPHONE CALL, N0.39
A. J. KEARNS
Physician & Surgeon
Phone. 30. Office Residence
Two Doors Kast or Telephone Central
Lnnp Eily - Nebraska
A. S. MAIN
Physician & Surgeon
Loup City. Nebr.
Office at Residence,
J. E. BowmaE M. D. Carrie L. Bowman M D.
BOWMAN &, BOWMAN
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
Phonelli Loup City. Nabmka
S. A. ALLEN
LOUP CITY, - - NEB.
Office up stairs in the new State
W. L MARCY
Loup City, Nebraska.
OFFICE: East Side Public Souare.
Phone. Brown 116
V. I. McDONALL
Prompt Dray Work
Call lumber yards or Taylor’s
elevator. Satisfaction guaran
teed. Phone Brown 57
C. R. SWEETLAND
PLUMBER & ELECTRICIAN"
For good clean and neat work
Come and get my prices
DRAY AND TRANSFER
Your Business Solicited
Phone, Either Lumber Yard or
E. G. Taylor's Elevator
Horse Shoeing and Wood
work. Come in a^nd see me.
J. E. WEINMAN
Authorized to make inspec
tions for Inter-State Ship
Office up stairs, State Bank
Phone No. 108
DRAY A TRANSFER
Solicits Your Business— Phone
Bine 60, or E. G. Taylor's Eleva
tor or either lumber yard.
E. P. Dailey went to Scotia Monday.
He said the wells had (rone wrong on
his farm and lie liad to £0 up and see
Thos. Ward's children, who have all
been suffering from tonsilitis. are re
A new line of boys’ clothing just in
for spring and they are dandies, at
Loup CityMercantile Co.
Ed. Oltman has rented the Hale
property vacated by Myrl Warrick
and will move therein the last of this
week. Ed wants the use of the big
barn, as he is bent on buying horses
for future sale, believing there's good
money in them.
John Schrove. formerly a resident
of this county, who has been visiting
here a few days, was called home to
Covington. Xeb.. across the river from
Sioux City. Tuesday morning by the
serious illness of a son.
Myrl Warrick will move down
on his farm this week and get
down to strenuous agricultural
pursuits. He will this winter get
again into the horse buying busi
ness, but for the summer will let
The Loup Citv Mercantile Co. cer
tainly have a swell line of spring
Those receiving perfect attend
ance certificates in District No. 6
the jiast month are: Edmund
A. Maschka. Raymond Bydalek,
Ralph Maschka. Anna Peters,
Gertrude Peters. Victoria Maief
ski and Minnie Maiefski.
Elsewhere in this issue will be
found notice of the annual meeting
of the Ladies Aid Cemetery As
sociation. It is the earnest wish
of the ladies that there may be a
full turnout of all members and of
all interested in beautifying our
cemetery, at the Frederick Tues
day afternoon, March 10.
Don’t forget Weaver's big embroid
ery sale at Rockville Feb. 2".
Miss Leola Burt, one of the
teachers in our city school, went
to Omaha last Friday, to consult
a specialist For some time she
has been a sufferer from appendi
citis, which has of late grown so
acute that she felt compelled to
see if an ope ration were necessary.
It is to be hoped not Miss Meroe
Outhouse taught in her absence.
Wanted—To buy Leghorn chickens.
Robt. Fulliton. Austin. Neb.
Loup City and Sherman county
are figuring on submitting a pro
position to issue bonds to the
amount of $75,000 for the erection
of a new court house. The Sher
man county court house is said to
be one of the poorest county
buildings in the state.—Ravenna
Don’t forget Weaver’s big embroid
ery sale at Rockville Feb. 27.
The annual meeting of the La
dies' Cemetery Aid Society will
meet at The Frederick Tuesday,
March 10th. at 2:30 o’clock, for
the election of officers and for the
transaction of all business coming
before the society. All members
are urgently requested to be in at
Mrs. Viola Odendall, Pres.
Wanted, hides, sheep pelts and wool.
We pay highest prices. Write for prices
and tags. Omaha Hide&FurCo.Omaha
A Mas<= Convention was held at
Loup City last week when it de
veloped that the citizens were al
most a unit for the erection of a
new court house for Sherman
county. A very large and enthus
iastic crowd were present and a
special election for the voting of
bonds to build it was decided up
on. Sherman county has long
needed a new court house, but in
years past has bonded so heavily
that it was thought best to wait
until a more opportune time, and
that time seems to have come.
Some twenty years ago the in
debtedness of Sherman county
reached the sum of nearly $200,
000, but today but little of this
indebtedness remains tf> be paid,
nearly all of it having been wiped
out_Broken Bow Republican.
For Sale— One coming two-year-old
Durham bull. James Johnson. 3-oLf
Boys’ Clothing Jost In.
We have just received one of the
best lines of Boys' Clothing money
will buy. Call and see them.
Loup City Mercantile Co.
COM! COAU COAL!
We have just received a new supply
of Colorado coal, have both Lump and
Hut in the Pinnacle.
We also have some Sheridan Lump
and Hut cm band. Lamp at *7.00,
Hut at K.50. Taylor’s Elevator.
Never before have you had
the opportunity to find a
more complete line of
shirts for spring. The
IDEAL SHIRTS are best
for the money you can buy
I will be glad to show you
and prices in reach of all
The Best Ilea’s eel Bey’s Firaishiag Store.
WE HAVE ON HAND
Rock Springs, Juniper, Hanna, Monarch and
Maitland Lump Coal. Also Canon City and
I Rock Springs nut and Anthracite stove and Nut
■ coal. Our twenty-six years in the coal business
here enable us to select the coals of quality
Try your next order from here.
KEYSTONE LUMBER COMPANY
A COMPLETE LINE
Furniture, Rugs, Liaolein, Shades, Etc.
E. P. DAILY
| .Burr Bobbins
Loup City, — Nebraska
RatQp 1 per cent on farm sales. Give me a
call. Phone 9811.
Bay it Because
It’s a Better Car
Get particulars from William Schumann. Loup City, Nebr.
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