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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1916)
| First National Bank j
E of Loup City. E
1 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $50,000 |
1 Seven Steps to Success |
| Common Sense E
| Honor =
E Intelligence |
i Good Cheer |
| Economy |
I Perseverance E
| Hard l\ ork =
E The door marked “Success” will swing wide open |
E t(» a j«eivon who courageously takes these seven £
I steps. You will need first-class hanking connections. =
i AYe are here to serve you well and faithfully. |
W. F. MASON, L. HANSEN, C. H. RYAN, |
President. Cashier. Ass’t Cashier. E
Do You Expect to Own a
Home of Your Own?
We have smooth, rich prairie land that
grows good wheat, oats, corn and alfalfa
that we can sell on a small cash payment
and give you ten years’ time to pay the bal
ance. Why rent land when you can buy
on these terms ? If you are interested it will
pay you well to investigate this at once.
FIRST TRUST COMPANY
Loup City, Nebraska
A New Veranda
A nice cool place to spend these hot days. It improves
the value of your property and don’t cost much. Let us
No matter whether you want one hoard or a carload
we can save you money.
Our Prices Can’t be Beat. !
BUY COAL NOW—LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS.
Our Paints Stick—Try Them.
HANSEN LUMBER CO.
Mrs. C. Sheridan and Mrs. Ward
McGregor, of Sargent, returned t<
their homes at Sargent last Saturday
evening after a short visit here with
Mrs. Henry Hessling.
The Misses Anna and Bell Vance.
! who are working here, were west
: bound passengers to Arcadia last Sat
j urday evening tor an over Sunday
I visit with relatives and friends.
Daily Bells tor less.
Try Chase's first—it pays.
Henry M. Eisner for glasses.
Buy Chautauqua tickets now-.
Change of program every night al
the opera house.
L. H. Spahr for roof and general
repair work. Call at once.
Vein Rufenach was a passenger tc
Grand Island Saturday morning.
The Loup City Chautauqua com
mences on Thursday. August 17.
Earl Mcllravey was an eastbound
passenger to York Saturday morning.
Miss Mattie Lane, of Arcadia, was
in our city last Friday taking exami
Frank Tapolski was a passenger to
Schaupps Friday, returning in the
Plenty of nice smooth potatoes at
$1 per bushel.—Robert Fulliton. Aus
tin. Neb. Phone 9720. 31-3
J. L. Bailey, who has been visiting
at Sweetwater for some time returned
home Tuesday evening.
The Misses Eunice Chase and Iona
Easter visited at the R. D. Sutton
home at Ashton last Friday.
Wm. Greenlee, of Arcadia, passed
through our city Saturday morning en
route to St. Paul on business.
Roy Johnson, who has been here
visiting with relatives, returned to his
home in Aurora Monday morning.
W. H. Morris left last Friday morn
ing for Central City for a short visit
with his sister and other relatives.
Miss Winnie Outhouse made her
regular trip to Grand Island last Fri
day morning, taking music lessons.
Mrs. Wm. Dolling and Miss Rose
Dolling were Grand Island visitors on
last Friday, returning in the evening.
Miss Jennie Sutton returned homo
on last Friday from Omaha, where
she had been for several days visit
Mrs. Tenis Biemoud was a west
bound passenger to Arcadia last Fri
day evening to visit several days
Miss Blanche Fisher returned home
Tuesday evening from Litchfield where
she had been the past week visiting
Rev. L. V. Slocumb went to Cozad
and North Platte. Neb., last Saturday
morning, where he preached a sermon
at both places.
Miss Hannah Anderson returned
home last Friday evening from Wes
ley, Neb., where she had been attend
ing summer school.
Mrs. H. N. Smith, who has been
here visiting tvith her son, Nelson
Smith, and family, returned to her
home at St. Paul Monday.
Miss Waunetta Conger, who has
been here visiting with relatives and
friends, returned to her home at Ar
cadia last Friday evening.
The Misses Mary and Sybil Phillips,
of Pleasanton. Neb., came over Mon
day to aattend the circus and visit at
the H. G. Hosier home several days.
Mrs. Albert Anderstrom and son.
who have been here visiting with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Corning,
returned to her home at Ashton Sat
Miss Klea Lee left Saturday morn
ing for Aurora, where she will visit
for a while with friends and rela
tives. She returned home Tuesday
Mrs. W. G. McNulty returned home
last Friday evening from Deadwood
and Lead. S. D., where she had been
visiting the past two weeks wltjp
The Misses Mae Mathiewson anil
Mable Matson, who have been here
visiting at the E. A. Miner home, re
turned to their home at Wolbach on
Louie Blv and family accompanied
by Miss Hallena Janulewicz, autoed to
Rockville last Sunday and spent the
day visiting with relatives, returning
home in the evening.
C. F. Beushausen and family, and
Miss Lois Steen, returned home Mon
day from their trip through Colorado.
Utah and other western states. They
report a most enjoyable trip.
Some folks would give anything if
they could get rid of constipation.
Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea will
do the work and do jt quick, lake n
once a week to be regular, happy and
People were somewhat surprised
Tuesday when the announcement was
made that Ford cars had been reduced
$80.00 in price. A Ford touring car
can be purchased for $360.00 F. O. B.
Detroit, making the price delivered in
Loup City $391.75.
Arcadia and Broken Bow played
ball at Arcadia. Sunday. Broken Bow
winning by a 5 to 4 score. In the
absence of their regular pitcher,
Clayton Conger pitched for Arcadia
pitching a good game and losing only
through errors by other players on his
Miss Iona Easter, who has been here
visiting at the A. E. Chase home, rs
turned to her home at Chapman. Neb
Wednesday morning. She was ac
companied as far as Grand Island by
the Misses Eunice and Muriel Chase,
who went from there to Mason City
for a short visit with relatives.
The company that was to put on the
play “The Trail of the Lonesome
Pine” at the Opera house Monday
evening failed to deliver the goods
Owing to the absence of one of the
actors the play could not be given and
some vaudeville stunts trere attempt
ed. which did not please the audience,
so Manager Young refunded the
money to all holders of tickets,
Shoe Away Foot
Shoes $4 to $6
| They are the comfort kind, fitting
as though made to your measure
apd can be depended upon to re
store tired and aching feet to vigor
Try Ralstons and see the foot
trouble jinx “take to the woods.”
We'll be glad of an opportunity to
show you our new Winter styles.
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA.
Daily sells for less.
Try Chase's first—it pays.
Henry M. Eisner for glasses. Satis
Mrs. Joe Lewandowski visited with
relatives at Ashton Monday.
Miss Carrie Cole left Monday morn
ing for a two weeks' visit at Oakland
Allen Ward and Lloyd Bulger, of
Arcadia, passed through onr city en
route to Grand Island. Monday.
Mrs. Cargill came up from Palmer
last Saturday evening for a few days'
visit at the James Johansen home.
Miss Alta Sutton came up from her
home at Ashton to spend a few davs
visiting here with the A. E. Chase
Mrs. John Jezewski returned home
on Monday evening from Ashton,
where she had been visiting with her
H. R. H. Williams left Tuesday
morning for western Nebraska. Wyo
ming and Idaho, on a two weeks’ busi
Rexford and Theo. Currier returned
home Monday evening from Ashton,
where they had been visiting with
Vernie Stanczyk returned home on
Monday evening from Ashton, where
she had been visiting witli relatives
Albert Fiebig returned home Mon
day evening from St. Paul, where he
had been visiting writh his sister. Mrs.
Miss Winifred Brown returned on
Saturday evening from Grand Island,
where she had been the past week
visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Clara Cox and Mrs Clara
Hawk were eastbound passengers to
Lincoln Tuesday morning to attend
the Mehtodist assembly.
Miss Esteila Oltman returned oil
last Saturday evening from Cairo.
Neb., where she had been visiting with
her sister, Mrs. Julius Sorensen.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson and
children, of Arcadia, were in our city
Tuesday to attend the big show and
visit with the L. Hansen home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. O’Bryan left on
Tuesday morning for an extended trip
to Odgen, Utah. Seattle, Wash., and
Puget Sound and other western points.
Miss Amelia Hansen and brother.
Chris, returned home on Monday
evening from Kearney, where they
had been attending the Kearney nor
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hawk and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Chase
and two youngest children, autoed to
Sweetwater Sunday to visit with Mrs.
Mrs. John Degan and children of
Grand Island, and Mrs. Ross Mahon,
of Kansos City, Mo., who have been
here visiting at the Pete Thode home,
returned to their homes Monday.
The extremely hot weather came to
an end Sunday with the rains. The
whole country was suffering from
drouth and hot weather. In the cities
many deaths were reused by the
Jenner’s park was crowded with
picnicers last Sunday. Everyone was
having a great time when the rain
came up and stopped proceedings.
The rain was not welcome on that ac
Miss Thressa Dzingle. who has been
here the past three weeks visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frans
Dzingle and family, returned to her
duties at the St. Frances hospital in
Omaha Monday morning.
J. I. Depew moved his machine shop
to the lots south of the mill, this week.
The newr location is much more con
venient for his patrons. The building
is large and it was Quite a job to mo\ e
it. The Big Four moved the building.
uttuy sens ior less.
Try Chase’s first—it pays.
Change of program every night a1
the opera house.
j Wanted—Sewing to do at home.—
Mrs. Arthur H. Hansel. Rhone Bin:
j Mr. and Mrs. Seth Richmond arc
j visiting with relatives at Litchfield
| going over last Friday.
Miss Lena Smith went to Chappell
Neb., Tuesday morning to visit with
her sister. Mrs. Arthur Barnes.
Henry Horseman returned home on
Iasi Monday owning from Kearne.'
where In ha; been attending school.
Miss Lula Swane. of Dannebrog,
came up last Saturday evening to
visit a few days at the O. A. Woods
For lightning rods, eaves, troughs
and sewing machine repairing, see L.
i IL Spahr at James Bartunek’s Hard
j ware Store.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Barnes left on
| iast Thursday morning for Chappell,
' Neb., where they will make their fu
J ture home.
Ernest de la Motte and family were
| over from Hazard Wednesday. Mr.
'■ de la Motte having business in the
j county court.
Miss Grace Daddow returned home
Saturday evening from Kearney,
where she had been attending the
Miss Irene Morrow, who has been
in Nebraska City for some time visit
ing with relatives, returned home last
Miss Retta Gasteyer, who has been
attending summer school at Kearney
the past eight weeks, returned home
Mrs. Fred Fox and little daughter,
who have been here for some time,
were passengers home to Arcadia last
Miss Inez Moore came in Monday
evening from Omaha to visit with her
sister. Mrs. R. F. Campbell and
mother, who is here visiting.
Miss Julia Olson and Mr. Curbey,
of Omaha, came in Monday evening
for a visit with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson.
Miss Beth Sharp returned home on
Saturday evening from Kearney,
where she has been the past eight
weeks attending summer school.
John Cynova, who has been clerk
ing in the Loup City Cash store for
several weeks, has gone to Ashton
to again tend bar for Ed. Oltman.
Mrs. John Ohlsen returned home on
Saturday evening from Chadron and
Hot Springs, S. D., where she has
been the past two or three weeks.
Mrs. Lawrence Costello and chil
dren, came up from Grand Island last
Saturday evening for a visit with he;
parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mulick.
The Misses Elva and Elsie Ohlsen.
and brother, Henry, came over from
David City last Saturdy evening fo;
a visit wilt the John Ohlsen family
Mrs. Herman Rickert and sister,
Mrs. Henry Schirkofsky, who have
been here visiting with their mother,
Mrs. L. Beclithold. returned to their
homes at Graud Island last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Coltrane and
baby were westbound passengers to
Sargent last Saturday evening for an
over Sunday visit with relatives. Mr.
Coletrane returned home Monday
Mrs. G. H. Gibson, of Zepliryshill.
Florida, and daughter. Mrs. Chris
Christensen and children, of St. Paul,
were visiting in our city several days
last week, returning to St. Paul Sat
Earl 1 aylor went to Omaha Wed
nesday to have the cast removed from
his foot. The arch of his foot was
broken about two months ago and is
healed now. though will not stand any
weight on it at this time.
Ignatz Grabowski and Miss Anna
C. Czaplewski were married by Rev.
Father Jarka at the Catholic church
on Tuesday. August 1. A wedding
dance and celebration was held at the
home of the bride that evenng.
Charles Satteriv and wife left for
Shelton. Neb., Monday, where they
will spend a week visiting with rel
atives. From there they will go to
Lincoln, where they will locate. Mr.
Satterly worked here for Elba Smal
ley in the barber shop
We write $1,000 insurance on grain,
irfsuring against fire and lightning for
a period of three months for only $4.00.
Can you afford to take any chances.
Phone us and we will write the policy,
no application is necessary.—First
The rains of Sunday and Monday
have given the corn and other crops a
big boost. The rains were general
and covered the entire county. Near
ly an inch of water fell in Loup City,
much heavier rains falling in other
parts of the country.
Allie Baillie and the Misses Fisher
came over from Loup City Sunday
forenoon for a visit with ye editor’s
family. They returned home in the
evening, accompanied by Mesdames
Jessie Fisher. W. T. Gibson and Geo.
H. Gibson. Miss Blanche Fisher re
maining for a longer visit.—LijLch
John Ohlsen & Sons have the con
tract for the erection of the new
power house for E. G. Taylor and work
was begun Monday morning. The
building will be 33x60 with reinforced
concrete roof, making it absolutely
fireproof. Work on the new plant
will be rushed as much as possible
and it will nT>t be long before Loup
City will have an electric plant that
will supply the needs of the patrons
for years to come.
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Fresh Meats, Salt Meats, Cured Meats, Sausage, Lard. I
BETTER MEATS for the SAME MONEY.
Better Meats tor the |
Same Money S
Prices Never High. Quality Never Low. Shrewd |
buyers are intimately acquainted with this market.
Pioneer Meat Market j
| O. L. TOCKEY, Proprietor I
HAIL INSURANCE l
1 write hail insurance in old-line
standard companies at from 2 to
4 per cent lower than other
agents. Call and see me.
JACOB RfTZ. Rockville, Nebr.
M hen looking for a good lunch or short order
drop in at the
LUNCHES AND SHORT ORDERS
AT ALL HOURS
M e carry a full line of Bakery Goods. Careful atten
tion given to all special orders.
Bargains at the Loup City i
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. '
Work Shirts .45c
Big bargains in house dresses.1.25
Cookies, per lb.15 and 20c
10-lb Can Sanitary Jelly .55c
Krumbles, 10c Pkg. for .9c
Com Flakes, 4 Pkg. for.25c
Fancy Head Rice .7c
Soda Crackers, per lb.7JC
Karo Syrup, per gal.43c
Pure Cider Vinegar, per gal.25c
White Satin Flour .1.60
Get my prices on ten-sack lots.
Loup City Cash Store
WM. LEWANDOWSK1, Proprietor
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