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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1916)
First National Bank
of Loup City.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $50,000
demands that the tree be
pruned so as to bear more and
demands that you prune your
extravagances so that your
bank account may yield a more
C. H. RYAN,
W. F. MASON, L. HANSEN,
"When looking for a good lunch or short order
drop in at the
LUNCHES AND SHORT ORDERS
AT ALL HOURS
We carry a full line of Bakery Goods. Careful atten
tion given to all special orders.
SWAT THE FLY
Or better yet keep them out of the house. Xow is the
time to fix up those screen doors and windows, replacing
those that have outlived their usefulness with our white
We have just received another carload of the famous
Atlas Red Wood stock tanks. We have them in sizes
from 2x3 to 2^x10 and all are guaranteed against decay
for twenty years.
KEYSTONE LUMBER CO.
Yards at Loup City, Ashton, Rockville, Schaupps aijd Arcadia
and evenings are
ably cooler and you
■u r l 0f
will find vuv, vi
these garments will
have a mighty com
They come in many
colors and weights.
Most Complete Line Ever
Shown in Loup City
WITH this range
in price, and a
great variety of
styles, I am surethat
you can find just
what you want in
this useful garment.
Clothing and Furnishings
TRY THE NORTHWESTERN AD SERVICE—IT PAYS
Daily sells for less.
Try Chase s first—it pays.
Henry M. Eisner for glasses.
R. P. Starr made a business trip to
Rockville last Saturday.
A. B. Outhouse went to Rockville
last Saturday on business.
Carl Dieterichs went to Rockville
Monday, where he will work.
E. B. Corning was a business cal
ler at Rockville last Saturday.
G. W. Collipriest was an eastbound
passenger to Omaha. Tuesday.
McCormick and Deering sickle sec
tions. fl.00 per box.—E. J. Schoening.
Sheriff A. Sutton, of Ord. was a
business visitor in Loup City last
Wm. Morris returned home on last
Friday from his visit wTith his sister
in Central City.
J. 1. Depew came home from Hil
dreth, where he had been on busi
George Leschinsky went to Lincoln
last Friday, where he will attend
the state university.
I still have a few good Duroc Jer
sey boars for sale at ?10 each if
sold soon.—Charles Biehl.
Made to measure shirts that are
guaranteed to give satisfaction. Call
and see samples.—Gus Lorentz.
Mrs. Lena Madelv and daughters
of Palisade, came in Friday to visit
at the Hayhurst home a few days.
Ashley Conger wet to Arcadia on
last Friday to stay over Sunday with
his uncle, H. S. Conger and family.
T. W. O. Wolfe returned on last
Thursday from Hazard, where he had
been surveying the past two weeks.
Bert Williams. Willis Hedglin and
Martin Christensen, of Boeius. were
Loup City visitors Sunday evening.
J. B. O'Bryan returned home from
Grand Island. Friday noon, wher?
he had been visiting with relatives
Mrs. Arthur Hansel was a passer,
ger to Grand Island Monday morn j
ing to visit a few days with her hus
Miss LeMasters went to St. Pau!
last Saturday to spend the day with
her parents. She returned in the j
Miss Pearie Needham went to
Colorado Springs, last Friday, where
she will visit for some time with
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Zimmerman
went to Aurora last Saturday to be
in attendance at the United Brethren
Miss Minnie Gilbert, who has been
here visiting with her sister, Miss
Marcia Gilbert, went to Dannebrog!
Miss Jennie Cole went to Austin j
Monday morning, where she will tako
up her position as teacher in the
Miss Myrtle Sutton came up last
Friday evening from her home at
Ashton to visit over Sunday at the
A. E. Chase home.
Mrs. L. D. Cos returned home on
last Thursday evening from Aurora,
where she had been the past month
visiting with relatives.
Miss Eva Jackson left Saturday
morning for Shoshone. Idaho, for a
month's vacation. She was accorn
panied by her mother.
Mrs. O. C. Noyes was a passenger!
to Lawrence, Neb., last Thursday,
where she will visit with her son j
and family for a few days.
Mrs. August Dietz and daughter.
Wanda, arrived in our city Tuesday, j
from Kansas City, Mo., to visit for
some time with relatives.
->ir. ana Mrs. ta. Miner ana son
and Mr. Miner's mother, went to
Grand Island and Kearney last Fri
day to visit with relatives.
Mrs. J. B. O’Bryan returned on last
Friday from St. Paul, where she had
been visiting with her son. Harve
O'Bryan, and family, a few days.
B. I. Gerdis. who has been here
visiting his nephews, A. B. and C. C.
Outhouse, for the past few days, re
turned to his home in St. Louis, Fri
Mrs. Claus Eggars returned home
last Friday evening from Omaha,
where she had accompanied her
little daughter to the deaf and dumb
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schneidereit
returned from their visit in Iowa
and Illinois, where they had been
visiting for some time with relatives,
H. P. Walker and Bert Pearson re
turned to their homes in Grand Is
land. having completed the plumbing
and heating work at the new school
house, last Thursday morning.
Mrs. Minnie Kelsey returned to
her home in Central City last Fri
day. after a few days’ visit here with
her son. Lester Kelsey, who is em
ployed at the C. B. & Q. depot.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Steen came
Friday from Lincoln. Omaha. Hast
ings and Dannebrog. at which places
they have been visiting with rela
tives for some time.
Earl Harris, manager of the Tele
phone Company at Litchfield, was in
the city last Friday evening calling
on friends. He was accompanied on
the trip by Ellsworth Duncan and
Mrs. Carl Johnson came to Loup
City last Friday after her little
daughter, Catherine, who has been
staying here visiting with relatives
while her mother visited in Omaha.
They returned to their home at Ord
last Saturday. -
Daily sells for less.
Try Chase’s first—it pays.
Salt, ?1.85 per barrel, at Arthur's.
House for rent—Inqure at Jung's
Henry M. Eisner for glasses. Satis
V. L. Johns returned Monday from
Grand Island, where he had been on
X. A. Steen returned home Satur
day evening from Dannebrog. where
he had been on business.
A lot of w’indows, doors and lum
ber for sale cheap if taken away at
once. Inquire of A. C. Ogle.
Miss Ruth Coplin. of North Loup,
came in Wednesday, to visit over the
fair at the John Fisher home.
John Turrentine came up from St.
Paul last Saturday to spend Sun
day at the S. E. Gallaway home.
Mrs. Cargil. of Palmer, came up on
Tuesday evening to visit for a few
days at the James Johansen home.
Mrs. Eli Crocket, of Greeley, came
over Wednesday, to visit at the home
(<f her son. Arthur Reed, and family.
Wm. Larson went to the eastern
part of the state Monday, to buy
apples. He returned Tuesday even
A ladie's blue coat has been left
at the Northwestern office. Owner
may have same by calling and get
Mrs. D. L. Adamson went on a
shopping trip to Grand Island Wed
nesday. She returned home in the
The Misses Vernie Stanczyk and
Lillie Pokorski, and Mrs. John
Cynova. were passengers to Ashton.
Mrs. L. G. Gross was a passenger
to Glidden. Iowa. Tuesday, where
she will visit for some time with
• Mrs. Peter Michalek and chil
dren. of David City, came Monday, to
visit for some time with relatives
D. M. Primrose. who has been here
visiting at the S. X. Sweetland home,
returned to his home at Primrose.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Campbell were
passengers to Fremont Monday,
where they will visit with relatives
a few days.
Mrs. T. D. Wilson returned home
Saturday from Ravenna, where she
has been for some time taking medi
Mr. and Mrs. Romsdal, of York,
came to Loup City, Wednesday, to
visit at the home of their son. Wm.
Engle, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Conger arrived
in Loup City. Wednesday from their
home in Aurora, to visit for some
time with relatives.
Mrs. F. M. Keene, of Chicago, ar
rived here Wednesday to visit for
some time with her sister. Mrs. W.
O. Brown, and family.
Mrs. Reuben Hughes and Mrs.
Donivan. both of Greeley, came in on
Wednesday, to visit for some time
at the home of Lee Ely. and family.
Miss Adelle Mickow returned to
McCool Junction, after having visited
a week with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. F. X. Mickow. and other rela
Miss Gaily Johnson, of Aurora, ar
rived in our city Wednesday, to see
her sister, Mrs. Arnold Johnson,
who has been on the siok list the
We have the exact grade of Gar
goyle Brand-Mobiloil which the man
ufacture of your car recommends.
Every gallon is guaranteed to you.—
Grassmuec-k & Maus. Loup City.
M. C. Warren and wife, of Omaha.
Williard Warren. Henry Warren and
Mrs. Frank Hormel. of Ulysses, Neb.,
came in their autos last Saturday
and visited until Tuesday at the L
L. Stephens home.
We write $1,000 insurance on grain,
insuring 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
What is the best preparedness
against sickness and disease? Athoro
cleansing. prifying herb laxative
taken occasionally, say once a week,
is the safest, surest way to health
and happiness. Hollister’s Rocky
Mountain Tea will “prepare the way."
F. H. Gibson, of Chappell, Neb., is
here this week representing the Cen
tral Investment Company of Chappell
Neb. He is working to settle up the
country in Deuel. Garden and Chey
enne counties. Mr. Gibson is a
brother of Mrs. Ross Warrick and
will probably be remembered by *a
great many as he spent several
years on a farm adjacent to Loup
City when a boy. We believe it
would pay anyone who is interested
in cheap lands to investigate hi3
A number of Loup City ladies at
tended a dinner party and reception
given by Mrs. J. G. Walker, of Gib
bon, in their honor Wednesday. The
party went over in three autos,
Messrs. Waite. Leininger and Eu
gene Henry, being the chauffers.
The party consisted of Mesdames C.
J. Tracy, E. G. Taylor. A. E. Chase,
W. F. Mason. A. L. Zimmerman. S.
E. Gallaway, F. M. Henry, W„ L.
Marcy, Wm. Hawk. A. S. Main, Ed.
Angier. J. P. Leininger. Eugene
Henry and W. S. Waite. A delight
ful time was enjoyed and all arrived
home about 8:30 that evening. Mrs.
Walker, their hostess, was formerly
a resident of Loup City and has
many friends here.
Daily sells for less.
Try Chase's first—it pays.
| t -
Change of program every night at
the opera house.
Shirts made to measure, satisfaction
guaranteed. See Gus Lorentz.
I. C. Smith and son. Carl, were pas
sengers to Rockville Thursday.
Mrs. Katie Stellmook went to St.
PauL Thursday to have some deuta!
Mr. and Mrs. C. Tiffany, who have
l>ee;i -visiting their son. returned tc
their home in Grand Island. Thurs
Misses Anastasia Chudzinski and
: Katie Lewandowski were passengers
to Ashton Thursday morning to visit
; for a tew days.
Miss Elizabeth Newhouser re
'urned to her home in Aurora last
• Saturday*, after having spent a week
| here with her brother. Adolph New
The local nimrods are to be seen
going and coming early and late
these days and we have heard of
] several parties that have secured
i some nice bags of birds. The dues
season is now open, but we have not
: heard of any Sights being seen.
Quite a number of Masons from
Ravenna were in attendance at the
meeting held here Tuesday evening,
i Mr. Hunt of the Ravenna lodge con
ducting work in the third degree, :
which was conferred on O. F. Peter
son. After the session refreshments
W. T. Owens is still confined to his
home with a severe attack of kidnev
trouble. Mr. Owens’ advanced age
makes the trouble more acute as it
is almost impossible to find a treat
ment that will give much relief. His
many friends are calling on him dai
iy and doing their best to keep him
The ladies of the Altar society of
rhe Catholic church served a sump
tuous chicken dinner in the Gze
hoviak building today. A large
crowd partook of the same and if
there were any who did not get all
the chicken they wanted it was be
cause they were mighty late. The
ladies netted a neat sum for the so
Keith Neville, democratic candidate
for governor, and Ed. McDermott,
-enatoral congressional candidate,
made a tour of Sherman County the
past few days and spoke at all the
towns in the county. They were in
Loup City Tuesday afternoon and Mr.
Neville addressed quite a crowd of
|democratic admirers. A number of
local democrats chaperoned the par
ty through the county.
More than twenty years ago Rudy
ard Kipling journeyed through the
United States and wrote some letters
to the paper in India with which he
was then connected. In one of these
letters he commented upon our mili
tary unpreparedness and said that
some morning there would be seven
million mad men in the United States
for they would find war on hand and
there would be no guns.
M. C. Mulick attended the fair and
races at Grand Island last week and
held down a job as one of the judges
of the races. Some of Mike's politi
cal enemies were also in attendance
and accuse him of having bet on some
of the track element, one of the ruu
ning races failing to materialize on
account of the horses not being able
to break away to the satisfaction of
the judges. Mike declares his inno
cence. stating that when he takes
chances on any game he prefers
something easy like the shell game.
"The Avenging Conscience,” shown
at the opera house on Tuesday even
ing is said to have been one of the
strongest offerings that Manager A.
B. Young has shown this season. Mr.
Young is giving the Loup City pub
lic the best that can be obtained in
filmdom and deserves a more liberal
patronage than he has been receiv
ing. The next big show will be “The
Battle Cry of Peace,’ 'which comes to
the local theater next Tuesday even
ing. Seats are now on sale for this
grand production and the public may
expect to see a show that is far
above the average.
At the M. E. conference held in
Omaha, Rev. L. V. Solcumb was 1
transferred to the McCabe M. E.
church of Omaha. This is one of
the largest churches of Omaha and
the people of that congregation ars
to be congratulated on the appoint
ment of Rev. Slocumb to the pastor
ate. The people of Loup City are in
deed sorry to see Mr. Slocumb and
his estimable family leave this town.
Rev. V. R. Beebee. of Chester, is the
new pastor of the church here, and
1 will occupy the pulpit here next Sun
day. Rev. Slocumb will enter upon
his pastorate at Omaha next Sunday,
the family leaving Monday.
A pretty wedding took place in
the Methodist Episcopal church at
Big Springs, Sunday morning, Sep
tember 10, when Miss Margaret Gran
nell, one of the splendid young ladies
of that place was united in marriage
to Mr. Wm. Aufrecht, of Arcadia, Ne
At exactly eleven o’clock, while a
beautiful wedding march was played,
the wedding party marched down
the aisle and took their position. The
ceremony was performed by the pas
tor. L. R. McGaughey. Little Miss
Alberta taking the part of the ring
The church was decorated with the
most magnificent ferns and pink and
The bride was attired in a dainty
; gown of white shadow lace, and car
ried a bouquet of white asters. The
groom wore a becoming grey.
The ceremony was witnessed by a
very iarge congregation which almost
without exception, remained for the
preaching service which followed.
At the close of the service the hap
py couple were greeted with mauy
ARE YOU GOING TO LEAVE A WIFE AND BABY HELP
LESS SHOULD YOU DIE?
DIE EVERY MAN MUST. IT IS HIS DUTY TO HAVE
MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO MAKE SURE THAT HIS
FAMILY WILL NOT BEIN WANT WHEN HE IS TAKEN AWAY
YOUR BEST LIFE INSURANCE IS MONEY IN THE BANK,
BEEAUSE A GOOD SOLID BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAY
COME TO YOU WHILE YOU ARE ALIVE.
BANK WITH US.
Loup City State Bank
Three Big Premiums
I suppose you all are aware by now that I am giving
away these prizes. For the next two months preceding
the awarding of the prizes. I am making special prices
on my entire line of hardware. My harness goods will
be sold at the same old prices.
If you buy your harness now, you will save from $o
to $10 on a set, considering prices you will undoubtedly
have to pay next spring.
Following is a small list of the many articles that will
be found in my store.
Two best washing machines
on the market, regular price,
$12700 now $10.45.
Boilers, Dishpans. Kettles.
All kinds of Enamelware.
Milk pails, and all kinds of Milk
Spades, Forks, Post Hole Dig'
gers. Scoops, Shovels. Axes.
Saws, Hammers, Nails, Staples.
All kinds of bolts.
All kinds of Wyeth Cuttery,
Pocket knives. Knives and
Forks, Spoons, Scissors. Every
piece guaranteed by the Wyeth
Hardware Co. Money refunded
if goods not entirely satisfac
Guns and Ammunition.
I also have the celebrated
Richards & Wilcox barn door
hangers and track. The best
on the market.
All kinds of rope from one
fourth of an inch to one Inch.
Also a large line of shelf
hardware which cannot be listed
Save Your Coupons
On every dollar’s worth of goods you buy you will re
ceive coupons. I wish all those who are indebted to me
would call and pay their account and receive coupons
on the same.
I thank you for your treatment in the past and also
wish to thank you in advance for your cooperation in
making this the best business year of the seven ■which
I have been among you, and on the 23rd day of Decem
ber at 3:00 o’clock p. m., I hope to see all those who have
coupons here in my store so everyone will have an oppor
tunity to see the lucky ones.
The Harness and Hardware Man
Fall Goods Arriving Daily
Full Line Ready for Your Inspection
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Big bargains in house dresses.1.25
Cookies, per lb.15 and 20c
Kirks White Soap per box .3.25
Krumbles, 10c Pkg. for.9c
Com Flakes, 4 Pkg. for.25c
Fancy Head Rice.7c
Soda Crackers, per lb.8c
Karo Syrup, per gal.45c
Pure Cider Vinegar, per gal.25c
Loup City Cash Store
WM. LEWANDOWSKI, Proprietor
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