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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1914)
OUR BOY’S CLOTHING
WI#K HAVE just received
a new line of Boys
Suits, and this line of Suits
have got the quality.
They stand above many
others and the prices are
not any higher, so why not
get the best for the money.
They come in both boys
and young men’s suits. Call ,
and sec us w hen you are in need of a newr suit.
Loup City Mer. Co.;
THE BUSY PLACE ,
THE MOGUL, STORE
Nifty box stationery, per box. 10c to 65c
Good books for Girls and Boys.*. 25c, & 35c
Gold Buckle Navel Oranges per doz. .. 30c & 40c
Sunkist Lemons, large and juicy. 30c
, Puritan Sweeping Compound 100 pounds. $2.75
1 Less quantities per pound. 3ic
This compound is absorbant, disinfectant and de-odorant.
BEST ICE CREAM AND FOUNTAIN REFRESHMENTS
MOGUL QUALITY AND QUANTITY GROCERIES
, Your patronage always appreciated. JOE VAUGHN.
list rid Ceart
Loup City treated to a se>
mu« of tlie United States District
Court for Bankruptcy on Tuesday.
Monday the trial liegan in tlie
Federal court room at Grand Is
land and adjourned to Arcadia,
aim further evidence was taken
in the evening, and then adjourn
ment was taken to Loup City. J.
<i. Pageler filed a petition in
Ivvnkruptry a few months ago.
i luning «me creditor, the commis
- •« firm of Farris. Purinton &
Marry of < hnaha. for about $4<>00.
Tliey have fougiit every- inch of
tlie proceedings through tlieir at
t mey. Tuesday tlie commissi<in
firm produced all of their liooks,
allowing the transactions with tlie
Iwnkrupt. and their efforts to
show that bankrupt has defrauded
ti*r firm lias been aL-ly opposed by
Judge Walk Bayard H. Paine,
Keferee in Bankruptcy, from
(•rand Island, presided and was
a< <-tanpained by O. A. Abbott,
the oCcial reporter.
Notice b hereby given that sealed
tab wtli be motived at the office of
City Clerk of Loup City, Nebraska, on
or before noon of Uie 13th day of
July. 1*14, for the digging, tilling and
pu< idiing of a ditch for the purpose of
laying a water main, also for tlie lav
ing of water malm in mid ditch all
fa accordance with plana and specifi
cations on file at the office of the
City Clerk of Loup City. Nebraska.
Mggtag. fiUlag and puddling of
dltcnea shall not oast to exceed 11.73
per rod. Laying of water mains shail
not earn to exceed Oo.tiu per black.
fUacka receiving uve above discribed
mams are. commencing at the south
west corner of Mock (1, one. connect
ing with old t-inch mam in LaJk and
aide of Mock (2). 0) and (4>. all
to atom mid addition, lltence contin
attig want, acmes street and along
nonih aide of Mock 1 and 2. and con
nrrUng with oid 4-toch main at south
west comer of said Mock 2 In Barker’s
first addition. Also water main com
mcsKtnc at the sooth west corner of
block (to' to Heosei voter's addition
ith acmes street thence
i of Mock(l2)la Hogues
with old main
at iirirth west corner of said block
Ofififid this 23rd day of June. i*l*
[neaJ] Pete Bone.
Last pah July * City City.
ALONG ROUTE TWO
Hay McFadden had his windmill
blown down Saturday night.
Carrier ha3 two tons of balled hay
for sale in his barn.
Mike Klimek marketed a load of
hogs at Loup City Monday.
Mason Phillips and Oliver Brodock
taok a car out to Henry Obermiller’s
Lightning struck an alfalfa stack
for F. M. Mickow and burned it to
the ground Sunday night.
Mrs. Andy Grey had her wind mill
fixed up the past week that was
blown down a short time ago.
Henry Obermiller bought a new six
cylinder car from Will Schuman last
Wiggle Creek had no banks Mon
day It extended from McBetli’s
mail box to where Jess Fletcher lived
Will Thomas and O. Snodgraes got
caught in tiie storm that struck the
route at two o'clock Sunday morn
ing on their way home from Loup
City there most have been some at
traction in Loup City for the boys.
They both iiad an exciting time
getting under coverof Fred Daddow’s
barn during the storm.
The two storms that broke over the
route Sunday night did a great deal
of damage. The Sunday morning
storm had lots of wind in it and the
damage will mount into hundreds of
dollare over the county, lots of hay
stacks were cut in two and several
windmills were torn to pieces, at
almost every farm house you could
see something upset or destroyed.
Presbyterian—Preaching at 10:
30 a. m. and 8:00 p. in. Sunday
at 10:4f» a. m. and Christian En
deavor at 7:00 p. m. Prayer
meeting at 8:00 p. m. The public
is invited to all services.
Methodist—June 28. 10:30 a.
m. “Church Militant.” 8 p. m.
“The Poor Rich Fool.”
Baptist—Sunday morning, ‘‘The
Christian’s Offensive and Defen
sive Armor. ’ The evening will
be a song and gospel service.
Bring your friends with you.
FOR SALE OR RENT
For Sale—A fine 80 acre farm, im
proved, 3 miles from Loup City. Easy
terms inquire at this office.
For Sale—A good milch cow.
tf James Johansen.
To the Voters of
To the voters of Sherman county:
Having filed for the nomination
for the office of State Representa
tive of the 57th district, consisting
of Sherman county, I respectfully
ask you for your support before
and at the primary election to be
held on the 18th day of August,
1914. I was highly honored by
my neighbors, friends and the
voters in general by being elected
as your representative from this
district in the fall of 1912. If I
am nominated at the coming pri
mary election and re-elected at
general election, November 3rd,
1914, I will continue my support
of all progressive legislation in
the future as I have in the past.
I shall work and vote against the
removal of the State University
to the state agricultural farm, as I
am sure that it will cost at least
$2,000,000 more to remove it to
the farm than it will to enlarge
the present campus and build the
necessary buildings thereon. I
also believe that tlie present site
is the more favorable location,
looking at it from the point of
view of the university student,
who has to work his way in full
or part to get an education. I
shall work conscientiously for
this part of Nebraska at all times
and the most rigid economy in our
state government. My record in
the last session of the legislature
is an open record and I am willing
to be judged by it as to my abil
ity to fill the office to which I
aspire. Thanking yoo all for the
past favors which you have shown
me, I remain, respectfully.
C. W. Trumble.
OF THE WEEK
Elba won the first game at Boe
lus 7 to 2 but lost the second 9 to
4. Rockville beat Ashton 3 to 3
at Rockville. Farewell lost to
Dannebrog, at that place by a
score of 5 to 1.
LOCAL NEWS .
Jack Pageler was a passenger to
Grand Island Monday.
Banker Carlson went to Omaha
Mrs. J. A. Chandler went to
Ravenna yesterday morning.
Cut glass water glass 10c each at
the 5 10 & 25c store.
J. W. Dougal had business at
St. Paul Monday.
A. C, Ogle went to Lincoln
Monday on business.
Pure Manila stacker rope at 17
cents per pound at James Bartunek's
A. E. Chase had business at
Grand Island Tuesday.
Mrs. Thompson returned to
Omaha yesterday after a visit with
her son, Willard.
Found—A set ring. Owner prove i
property at this office.
A bunch of the Masonic boys
rttended the lodge doings at Sar
gent Tuesday night.
Mrs, Frank Mickow went to
McCool Junction yesterday to
visit her daughter.
Fine assortment of watches at low
est prices at Schwaner’s.
We understand Dr. Bowman
will be home from Chicago this
Miss Esther Coltrain of Sar
gent is the guest of Miss Bessie
Pare Manila stacker rope at IT.
cents per pound at James Bartunek's
Arthur Barnes, employed by
the Leininger Lumber Co., went
home to St. Paul last Friday, a
severe sufferer from stomach
Werner Pritchau and wife vis
ited over last Sunday at Boelus,
Werner returning home Monday,
while his wife went to St. Paul
for a further visit.
Two large sheets of carbon paper
for 5c at the 5 10 & 25c store.
Mrs. Rena Mellor and little
daughter left Tuesday morning
for a visit at Central City, Lin
coln and other points, to be ab
sent some six weeks.
Mrs. Chris Christensen and
daughter went to St. Paul Mon
day to consult a specialist over an
eruption on the face of her daugh
ter following a siege of the mea
Plenty of rubber fruit jar rings and
jar lids at the 510 & 25c store.
E. G. Taylor returned to Oma
ha Tuesday morning to look after
his elevator business the second
week, but will be relieved the lat
ter part of the week by the return
of his partner from his vacation.
Cliff Thornton left for Omaha
Tuesday. Cliff had the desperate
look of a young man who was in
tent on committing the indiscre
tion of resigning from the bache
Plenty of crepe paper napkins, luncli
sets, and paper plates at the West
side 5 10 & cent store.
E. T. Beushausen of Utah and
A. ,T. Beck of Colorado, brother
and half-brother of C. F. Beus
hausen, who were cailed here by
the illness and death of their
fataer, returned to their homes
Mrs. M.C. Mulick returned last
Wednesday evening from Chester,
Iowa, where she had been for some
time at the bedside of her aged
mother. She left the good mother
somewhat improved, though her
advanced age of nearly ninety
years, precludes a much longer
lease on life.
Word came here Tuesday night
that August Sczydzyk of Ashton
had been dangerously injured in a
runnaway and yesterday morning
his son and wife left for his bed
side, but had no further than
above. . It is to be hoped the re
port is exaggerated and the acci
dent not so serious.
It w’ould be impossible to name
the large number of farmers who
lost in part or wholly their crops
in the hail storm that passed
through this county from east to
west just north of Loup City last
Saturday night, reaching as far
east, at least as Dannebrog, in
Howard county. We have not
learned how far east it started.
It was the most disastrous hailing
out through a narrow strip of
country which has visited the
county in many years,
Miss Mable Daddow returned
last Thursday from a two weeks’
visit with the family of Er A.
Brown at Friend.
Both two-piece and Union Suits
Will Make a Reduction of From
25 to 35 per Cent
R. L. ARTHUR
4th of JULY
For a right royal Celebration you cannot miss
Comfort, Sports, Fireworks etc., See Bills.
And now we are up against the
prospect of issuing national bonds
to keep the the expense of the
government. This is truly demo
cratic in policy and experience,
though wholly undemocratic so
far as democratic promises go.
The last time we did such a thing
was when Grover Cleveland was
president, and the rate of inter
est we bad to pay was preposter
ous. When the adnfinstration
went into office they found a $4d.
000,000 surplus on hand. This
luis largely disappeared, the cost
of running the government has in
creased by leaps and bounds while
the revenues are. of course, lower
ed, as was sure to be the case
under the tariff policy of the ad
ministration. But what is the use
to kick ? If we let democrats run
the government we should expect
a democratic mess of it.
Another Bond Election
For Sherman Co.
(Following is letter from Supervisor
Lang against the bond election, which
we reprint verbatim, and leave our
intelligent readers to digest at their
pleasure. Comment is unnecessary:
on may 12 Sherman Co hada special
e’ection and voted on the propisi
tion of a coart house to cast not to
exceed $75. 000.00. the propisition was
thoroly talked and threshed out to a
finish and the propisition was lost the
voters of Sherman Co said at the
balot bo* we dont want a $75,000,00
ci art house and we think a majority
Should rule, one week after the elec
tion the same propisition was brought
he fore the Co board and a major! ty
of the board voted for another elec
tion on the same propisition identi
caly the same, that dont look good
to ihe people of Sherman Co.
when it costs $6.60,80 to hold one
election. Should the former election
have went the other way I am sure
the comercial club would have thrown
there hats high in the air and Said
a majority Shall rule I like to See a
Squair deal and a majority rule the
people- voted down the propisition
not because we do not need a coart
house in Shermau Co nor be cause it
is to be built In Loup City Loup City
is the Co Seat and is located So near
the center of the Co we never expect
to change the Co Seat the peonle
want a good fire proof coart house
we dont want a cheep jack, the peo
ple are willing to build a modern
house with all convenience room heat
jail and all complete but the people
of Shermar Oo has Said $75,000.00 is
to much money, now if the comercial
club will come up with a propisition
for a coart house the same as they
ha^e asked foi'and leave off the bed
only leave off the bedford Stone and
a certain amount of the marble we
will give you evry thing you ask in
room, valts. heat, lites. furniture,
jail. Sewerage, we atp willing to give
the people of Sherman Co a duplicate
of Greely Co coart house in teracota
finish now meet us half way throw
off 110,000,00 that ant worth 10 cents
to any bod only to look at and we
will give you all you have asked for
remember Sherman Co. Greeley Co.
and howard Co are all the same size
and all lay joining Sherman Co assest
valuation is $3^60.000 Greely Co as
sest valnation is $3,406,006.00 howard
Co assest valuation is $4,465,195.00
now come across we dont want to
play tite wad neither do we expect to
ware Rockey felows shoes every body
come out and vote on june 30 and
vote your own Sentiment if all voters
would come out and vote we would
pole 2,000 votes on june 30 as near as
[ can learn a large majority of the
voters of Sherm Co want a coart
house for less than $75,000.00 now
lets git to gather when this propisi
tion is voted, down and do the rite
tiling. Howard Lang Supervisor
Changes Pictures Every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Only the best pictures shown. Everyone passed on
by Board of Censorship.
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NOTICE TO FARMERS
I have on hand a quantiry of the Council Bluffs
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