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VOLUME XXXVI LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1917 NUMBER 7
The eiectnc light bonds carried by
a mayonty of *1.
Her Ambrose and son came tn on
No. 30. Tuesday evening
Mtaa Edna Taffee made a flying
trip to Grand Island on Tuesday
Mr and Mrs Wm. Harris were
Broken Bow visitors last Friday
F N Austin o Ashland, took pos
session of the State hank. Monday.
Mrs Boss Goethe was a passenger
east on No. 40. Wednesday morning
A sister of Mrs. John Stewart is
tore from Washington for a short
Albert Dickerson is again confined
to his home 1 understand he is quite '
Miss Arnett was a assenger to Ra
-.«-mia on No. 40. Tuesday, returning
on No 30.
A.. D Jones shipped two bred Hamp
shire g.its to Mm. Burkinshaw. of Het
rick. S D
Mr and Mrs Banks Corning were
e ver Saturday attending the Green
A Shannon of Des Moines, now of
Hazard, will farm with Clyde McCor
mick. this year.
Mr* Dave Dickerson and children
returned to their home in Montana.
J T Fourburg shipped a load of
<attle and mules and one emigrant to
Chalo on Tuesday
Mrs Mane Livingston is visiting
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs W. D.
Fisher, a few days.
J s I tun'-an is down with typhoid
fever Hi* son. Glenn is convalescing
from the same disease
• T- X Austin was a business passen
v-r to Grand Island, on No. 40. Tues
day. returning on No. 3k.
Representative C. W. Trumble, came
up from Hazard to take No. 44 for
Lznootn. Monday evening.
Howard Bros, shipped a load of hogs
on Sunday C. E Aehenb&ch also had
a load shipped on Sunday.
Fred Houk. a brother of Mrs. Jake
< rsmer came tn on No. 3k. Monday.
P for a visit with his sister.
J C. Foerburgers shipped out his
goods and stock to Chaleo. Neb., on
Monday m an emigrant car.
Mrs Have Dickerson and children
came in Sunday morning to visit with
Mr and Mrs Albert Dickerson.
Mrs Mary Craven and daughter
visited se era! days with her parents
let ire leaving for Deadwood. S. D.
C W Gibson came home Wednesday
from the west, where he has been
working He reports business good.
Mrs AUare Saddler was called by a
telegram to the beside of her daugh
ter She took No. 43, Sunday mora
The Howard Brothers shipped an
other load of bogs on Monday to Oma
■ a S R Robey also shipped s load
of hogs Monday
J S Dunian shipped a load of hogs
1« South Omaha, on Tuesday, and G.
W Hager shipped a mixed car of
tattle and mules
Tbe coyote hunt and roundup came
off southwest of town on last Friday, j
We will bold another one next Tues
day morning Everybody invited.
Sherman Wellsoo and Mrs Wellson
are also down with typhoid fever. It
look' like there might be something
wroi-g with the well water up there
Mr* Hackney returned to her home
at Harden. Tuesday morning She has
been caring for her mother, who died
*'• week Mr? Ida Betts accompanied
Chart*' Givens shipped a load of
rattle a.,d Carl Halbeson *acd others
shipped a mixed load cf tattle and
bogs to the Sou*:. Omaha market. Sun
Mr and Mr» Geo Van returned to
tbeir new home at Bethany, after a
few davs' visit here with friends. Dave
ormeby returned with them for a few
Mrs Zimmerman, sister of Ed. Kens
ler. who came from Pittsburg, to attend
her brother's funeral, returned to her
home on Saturday morning on No. 42.
which made a special stop for her.
Harry Green of Big Sandy, Mont.,
is here visiting with his grandmother.
Mrs. Green, and his aunt. Mrs. A. L.
Fletcher. He is the son of one of our
old timers. Gene Green, who passed
away a short time ago.
James K. Gray had a misfortune
with his new Ford coming up from Ra
venna the other day. They turned a
corner two fast, the car skidded and
turned turtle. James found himself
standing up but dont know how he
got there. The other fellow under the
tar was not hurt.
John Greenhalgh was born near
Manchester. England. May 10. 1S4S.
Died at Litchfield, Neb., January 23,
1917. aged 68 years. When three years
old his parents brought him out to
this country locating at Peoria, 111.,
where he spent his early childhood.
At the tender age of 14 years he of
fered himself to fight for his beloved
country, enlisting in June 1862 in
Company K. 77th Illinois Volunteers,
carrying a musket in his company
until taken prisoner at Mansfield.
Louisiana, from where he was taken
to Camp Ford at Tyler, Texas and
there held prisoner of war for 13
months and 10 days. Returning from
the war at its close, he was married
to Sarah Fletcher of Trivolia, 111., on
Sept. 28. 1867. To this union were born
six children, four sons and two girls.
The eldest son. Edward L.. preceded
his father to the I>etter world, having
died on July 27, 1894. Mr. Greenhalgh
< ame to Nebraska with his family in
February 1887. locating on the home
stead in Scott township, where he re
sided until his death. He was broken in
health when he came here and has
been a constant sufferer ever sin e.
but through all his sufferings and si.-k
nese. loving hands have ministered to
him and helped him over the rougher
places in his journey through life, and
those same loving hands are helping
to lay his mortal remains to rest.
LOUP CITY SCHOOL NOTES
Mrs. and Miss Cadwell of Arcadia,
visited the high school last Friday af
Miss Flora Plant, who attended the
Loup City last year in class 1919, visit
ed school Wednesday morning.
The Loup City basket ball teams will
play St. Paul College at St. Paul this
coming Friday. The teams are putting
in considerable practice and are get
ting along fine.
The normal training class consists
of twelve girls and one boy. They are
now doing observation work in the
grades. They visited the 6th grade
last Tuesday morning.
Rev. Mr Robinson, evangelist, who
has been speaking at the Baptist
church the past week, gave the school
a short talk on reparedness after which
he led the school in prayer.
Miss Johnson of Wesleyan Univer
sity. gave the high school several
readings during the assembly period on
Wednesday morning. She was accom
panied by Miss Rasmussen.
MYSTIC WORKERS BANQUET.
At a regular meeting of the Mystic
Workers of the World, held January
23. several new members were taken
in the Order. After lodge closed, all
partook of the refreshments which
had been prepared by the committee.
Prefect. N. A. Doner was toastmis
tress. A new feature was that all the
names of the Mystic Workers were
printed on the napkins. Loup City
Lodge No. 1208 is growing nicely, as
well as the Supreme Lodge which has
a large membership and quite an ac
cumulation in the reserve fund.
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS.
All owners of dogs are notified to
keep same off my premises. I will
shoot any dog found on my place.—H.
W. Gustafson. 7-3
INDEPENDENT GARAGE j
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
S. C. Fletcher returned home from
Colorado. Saturday of last week.
Mrs. Neils Jensen was a Grand Is
land visitor Monday, of this week.
Geo. Wickstrom was a St. Paul cal
ler on business, Monday, of this week.
W. J. Guzinski purchased a new
Ford car from Kozel & Sorensen, last
I. W. Marsh, the piano man from
Grand Island, came up on the noon
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moritz
on Monday, Jan. 29. a bouncing boy.
Sofus Olsen and W. R. Henkens were
Grand Island visitors on business. Mon
day of this week.
Daniel Bushhousen of Grand Island,
was a Rockville visitor on business
on last Wednesday.
Gray & Olsen shipped a car load of
hogs to the South Omaha markets on
Wednesday, of last week.
Don't forget to put that mask on
your face when you come to the mas
querade Saturday evening.
Work on the new garage is in full
swing this week. Alfred Jensen having
the contract for building same.
A number of Rockville boys went to
Boelus last Saturay evening to take in
a masquerae dance at that place.
Earl Tingling of Litchfield, pur
chased a second-hand Ford from Kozel
& Sorensen. Monday of this week.
County Attorney Lamont Stephens
of Loup City, was dovrn in this burg
on business. Saturday of last week.
Don't forget the masquerade in the
opera house Saturday. Feb. 3. Four
good prizes for the four best costumes.
Neils Jensen and W. H. Lemburg of
Boelus. were Rockville visitors on
business Tuesday afternoon of this
A1 Mawhmney shipped two car loads
ol sheep to the South Omaha markets
from this point. Wednesday of last
Miss Margaret -McFadden went home
on the evening train Friday, returning
again to her school duties Monday
E. F. Kozel and Alfred Jensen were
eastbound passengers on the morning
train Monday, returning again on the
Miss Elida Lund was a passenger or.
the noon train for Loup City. Satur
day of last week, returning again in
Dennis Christensen is going to hafe
a large public sale out at the Adolf
Burman place northwest of Rockville
on the 20th day of February.
S. C. Fletcher was an eastbound pas
senger on the noon train last Thurs
day. Sam went to Sterling, Colo., where
he intended to buy a large number of
The 11th grade of the Rockville
high school are going to give a play
in the opera house some time in the
near future. Watch the Rockville
events for a more definite announce
Arthur Sundstrom will hold a large
public sale out at the old L. E. Sund
strom place east of Rockville a couple
of miles, on Feb., 14. We understand
Art is going to quit farming in Neb-,
and go to Idaho, where his parents
The members of the Kensington
club, were entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Markin at the Markin home Fri
day evening of last week. The even
ing was spent in playing and singing
and everyone present had a most en
Last Friday afternoon the Austin
high school basket ball team invaded
this town and clashed with the local
high school boys, on the basket
ball grounds. After the clouds of bat
tle had cleared away the Austin team
had come out victorious, winning bv
the score of 16 to 15. The game was
very close all the way through. The
grounds were very muddy making good
playing impossible. This was the first
game the home boys have played this
year and they did exceptionally well.
DAVIS CREEK NEWS.
Frank Garvel was at Ashton last
There was an eclipse of the sun
Ed. Manchester was in Ord last Fri
day on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Orent were in
Frank Trump lost one of his horses
one day last week.
Tony Zaruba butchered a fine hog
one day last week.
Joe Sowokinos drove to Loup City
the first of the week.
George Barnett and family were in
North Loup last Friday.
Frank Manchester hauled a load of
hogs to Ashton, Saturday.
Morns Hassel helped Frank Trump
move his chickens last week.
Miss Anna Garvel visited with Mrs.
John Pelanowski last Tuesday.
Tony Zaruba. Albert Sowokinos and
John Orent drove to Elba, Monday.
Ray Gorley was helping Fred Green
put up Ice the forepart of last week.
Frank Manchester has been laid up
with a lame back but is better again.
Quite a large number from here took
in the John Nelson sale last Thursday.
The Orent boys took another load
of implements to his future home last
i Quite a crowd wctn to Ashton from
: here last Thursday to attend the sale
| of Tony Orents.
Mr. and Mrs. Koefelt of Ashton, are
i visiting at the home of the latter’s sis
j ter, Mrs. Pelanowski,
j Mr. and Mrs. Reuland. who have
! been visiting their daughters, returned
home last Wednesday.
Mrs. George Barnett and daughter.
Nettie, spent last Thursday visiting at
the Frank Manchester home.
Mrs. E. F. Paddock visited with Mrs.
Morris Hassel last Thursday while E.
j F. attended the sale at Ashton.
There was no school in Dist. 24 last
: Tuesday as the teacher took in the
| sale last week of her brothers.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sowokinos and
children visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Manchester, Sunday.
Ben Czalewski. a brother of Mrs.
John Pelanowski. is staying with her
while her husband is visiting in the
There was a fine dance given at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Fen
ton last Saturday night. A good time
was had by all.
John Pelanowski is visiting in Bo>
‘ ton. Mass., with relatives. He expects
to stop in New York and Pennsylvania
for a visit before returning home.
Jess Barnett drove over to Wm.
Mead's place last Wednesday after
noon and remained for the entertain
ment given at the school house near
Mrs. Jess Manchester and son. Orin.
returned last Tuesday from Oklahoma,
where they have been visiting with the
former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William
Archer. The mother being very sick.
Albert Sowokinos, while visiting at
Elba last week, sold his team for the
large sum of |350 and boarded the
train for home. He left his buggy and
harness and expects to get them later.
Tony Orent and family, for many
years residents of Davis Creek, sold
his farm to a young fellow near Ash
ton and expects to move to Mira Val
le on a large farm. Good luck to Mr.
and Mrs. Orent and family in their new
Mrs. Josie Paige sent Tuesday with
her sister. Mrs. Florence Daddow.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCall and fam
ily sent Sunday with Dave Wilding.
Elmer Larson is visiting with his
sister, Mrs. John Needham, this wee*.
Mrs. J. Minshulll is spending the
week with her aunt. Mrs. N. T. Dad
Park Paige. Alfonso Daddcw and
Mr. Jack, put up ice for the Austin
A large crowd attended Christian
Endeavor Sunday evening. Next Sun
day Margaret McFadden will lead.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jack and fam
ily and Alvin Daddow spent Sunday at
the Rev. Dunn home at Loup City.
The Freshmen of the Austin high
school will entertain the Sophomores
at the home of Irene Jack. Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Plant and family
came down from the sand hills to
spend the week visiting with relatives
Mrs. Park Paige gave a party Satur
day in honor of her son. Harold. Quite
a number of his schoolmates were in
attendance and all had a good time and
wished Harold had a birthday every
Literary has been organized in the
Austin vicinity. The first meeting will
be held at the Austin school on Thurs
day evening. Feb. 1. A good program
has been prepared and everyone should
The Austin basket ball team journed
down to Rockville last Friday and de
feated the team of that place on a very
muddy field. 18 to 15. The first half was
frefereed by Prof. Mackin and Alvin
Daddcw. Allie Woten, the star center
for the Loup City five refereed the last
half and certainly did a good job. Tal
bot got 2 of the IS points. Daddow fi
and Pritchard 10. Our boys are all
playing fast ball now and expect to
play Rockville here in the near future.
The line up was as follows: Austin -
Talbot, R. F.; Pritchard. L. F. Daddow
C,; Fletcher, R. G.; Couton, L. G.
Rockville—Heisner, Jenson. Bowen.
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS.
Just two changes in the standing of
the contestants this week. J. J. Golus
heads the list with 364,000 votes, Mrs.
Nettie Doner being a close second with
350,000 votes. Remember all subscrip
tions and receipt book stubs must be
in The Northwestern office bv nine
o’clock Saturday evening. Feb. 3, in or
der to get the double votes. Out of
town contestants, if you send by mail
see that your letter bears the postmark
of the 3rd.
The Contestants Votes
J. J. Golus, Loup City.364.000
Mrs. Nettie Doner Loup City.. .350,000
S. T. Richmond, Litchfield. 90,000
C. L. Tapolski, Ashton R3_ 25,000
Harry Bydalek, Boelus R1. 25,000
R. -L. Arthur, Loup City.10,000
Lee Bly, Loup City.10,000
Ignatz Haremza, Ashton R1.10,000
C. R. Sweetland, Loup City.10,000
Alta M. Johnson, Loup City.10,000
Frank Manchester, Ashton R3.. .10,000
Albert Cunningham and Carrie An
derron of Hazard, visited at the V. E.
Cunningham home Sunday.
DEER CREEK NUGGETS.
Mike Slobiesczyski lost a ripe aged
horse last week.
F. J. Maciejewski hauled wheat to
Ashton last Tuesday.
Vic Sorensen sold his Ford car to
his brother. Sam. last week.
Joe Lubash took a load of wheat to
the Rockville market, Monday.
.Butcher. John Seabeck. has been in
this vicinity looking for business.
Maschka Brothers sent last Tuesday
evening with the Maschka Brothers.
Jurgen Carsten h%s been busy the
past week hauiing corn to Rockville.
. Clarence. Harry and Erick Ritz
.spent Sunday with Chris Hansen fam
Mrs. M. Plambeck visited with her
daughter. Mrs. George Ritz. and fam
Joe Lubash hauled a load of fine fat
porkers to the Ashton market. Monday,
Mrs. August Maschka has been on
the sick list but is some better at this
J. W. Peters sold one of his horses
last week to Stanley Polski north 01
Adam Peters. Phil and Charles Kry
ski spent Sunday with the Maciejew
Frank Bonczynski, Sr., lost a val
uable cow last week due to the corn
Dan Bydalek had a seige of the la
grippe this week and was unable to
Dan and Tony Stobbe shipped their
hogs to Omaha with the Farmers Ship
ping association this week.
Quite a few children from school
Dist. No. 12. were reported on the sick
list due to the cold weather.
Paul Kryski shipped one of his fat
steers to Omaha this week with the
Farmers Shipping association.
Mike Weczorek and John Rockowick
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Slob
sczewski. and family, Sunday.
Paul Kryski has been hauling alfal
fa from the Brammre farm which he
bought from B. H. Lorenz last fall.
Peter Moag is the proud possessor
of a new 1917 Model Ford car which
he recently purchased from Boelus.
The inafnt son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Bonczynski. Jr., has been quite
sick but is better at the present time.
Alfonso A. Bydalek went to Ashton
Tuesday, to help Ben Badura shingle
his new house which he recently buiit.
Grandma Weisienski. who is staying
with her daughter. Mrs. August Masch
ka, this winter, is quite sick with the
We have been having the finest win
ter weather the past few days and we
hoep it will continue to be so unul
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lemburg were
j passengers to Loup City last Satur
I day to visit with their relatives ana
Mrs. Mike Grabowski of Ashton, was
| called to the bedside of her mother,
I Mrs. Weisenski, who is quite sick with
| the grippe.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Maciejewski
! visited with Mrs. Constance Waltman
■ near Farwell. who is quite sick at
Stanley Nowicki sold two head of
cattle last week to Ed. Oltmann. of
Ashton, taking them to town Tuesday
of this week.
i John Plambeck bought two head of
; cattle from Ed. Oltman of Ashton last
| week, which he will need on his faim
| in the spring.
Miss Emma Platek returned to her
' home at Farwell last Sunday, after
I visiting a week here with her sister,
i Mrs. Stanley Nowicki.
We understand that Mike Lubash is
going to have a public sale on the
! Mike Weczorek farm in a very short
1 time. Watch for the date.
Mr. and Mrs. August Maschka and
i son. Joe, autoed to north of Ashton
last Tuesday to visit with Mr. and
: Mrs. August Stobbe, and family.
Vic Sorenson is another proud pos
sessor on Deer Creek, of a new 1917
Model Dodge Brothers car purchased
from Kozel & Sorenson of Rockville.
Joe, Alfonso and Francis Maschka
j autoed to Farwell last Saturday to
I visit with their brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Bennett Maschka. They returned in
August Kalkowski, Sr., left for Oma
ha last Saturday, where he was called
to the bedside of his daughter, who
is quite sick in the hospital, returning
Joe Goc came from St. Paul on last
Friday, where he is attending the St.
Paul normal and business school, to
vis\j. with his parents, returning to his
duties Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nowicki went
to Farwell last Sunday to visit with
the latter's brother, Robert Platek. and
also to get acquainted with their son
who arrived at their home last Sun
We forgot one item last week about
Emil Carsten, who arrived here from
Spencer, Iowa, to visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jurgen Carsten.
He expects to stay here for about six
A party was given at the home of
Mr. an Mrs. Felix Moreczewski last
Sunday. A large crowd of relatives and
friends were present. Refreshments
were served in the evening and all re
I ported a good time.
Mrs. John Kociezyski arrived from
! Omaha Monday of this week to visit
j with her sister, Mrs. August Maschka
: She was also called to the bedside of
! her mother, Mrs. Wiesenski. who is
| quite low at the present.
Harry Bydalek is about the busiest
man in this neck of the woods. He is
in the Northwestern contest for the big
Buick car and anyone wishing to help
him will leave their votes with the
l writer and he will appreciate it very
A literary was held in the Brammer
school in Howard county last Friday.
Readings and songs were given by the
young people of the school. A large
crowd was present from every pan
of the county. There will be another
one on the 17th of this month.
List of unclaimed letters remaining
at the post office at Loup City. Ne
braska. for the month ending January
Ladies—Miss Pearl Hunt.
Gentlemen—Oaterman and Mount
castle. E. X. Baxter, R. L. Dunham
Herman Havendick, Joseph Nemey, L.
D. Pierce, O. Stromsburg. John Olson.
Persons claiming any of the above
will please say "Advertised” and give
date of this list.
C. F. Beushausen. P. M.
LOUP CITY NEWS NOTES.
A. E. Chase returned home Tuesday
from Oklahoma, where he attended the
funeral of his brother-in-law, Mr. Rus
Miss Catherine Claussen returned
to her home at Arcadia. Monday even
ing, after having visited here with her
friend. Miss Elizabeth Leininger.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Plant and family
from the sand hills, are in our city
visiting relatives and many friends,
and to attend the Xeedham-Brodock
James McBeth brought a load of
wheat to town last Wednesday and re
ceived a check for $105.40 in payment
for the same. The load contained 62
bushels and Mr. McBeth received
$1.70 a bushel.
The milk wagon team run away
this morning. Melvin Lee. who was
driving the team, in attempting to
stop the runaways fell and wrenched
his knee. The team did not stop until
they reached home.
The Northwestern received a sub
scription letter from Chas. M. Snyder
of Kearney this week. Mr. Snyder re
quests the Northwestern to give all hi3
friends here his best regards and
states that he is gradually recovering
from his recent paralytic stroke.
The Hustler class of the Presbyter
ian church spent a very enjoyable time
at the church basement Friday. Var
ious games and music were had. Re
freshments were served after which
the boys donned aprons and showed
their skill at washing and wiping
Of course, in order to keep up in
the race for new ideas, our schools
and all other schools should adopt the
newest methods in penmanship, but
we believe it would also be a good
idea to devote at least a quarter hour
each day to the development of the art
of writing legibly as described and ad
vocated in the nearly obsolete Spencer
ian system. In these modern days the
idea that a pupil must first know the
correct form of a written character
ere he can reproduce it seems to have
been lost sight of. I wish some of our
near graduates of today could see
some of the notes little Maggie Stack
used to slip across the aisle to me.
When she was 11 years old she could
furnish a page of copy that would
compare favorably with the faultlessly
executed legends that adorned the top
of our copy book pages.—Clay County
R. Reinertson shipped a load of hogs
to Omaha. Monday.
There was a large attendance at the
j masquerade ball Friday night.
Miss Alta Sattenkirk visited her par
i ents at Wood River last week.
S. H. Perry of York, was here Friday
! looking at Robert Frost's farm.
Mrs. Clair Roberts and Miss Alvena
| Peterson went to Ravenna. Friday.
Rev. Langseth went to Grand Island
last Saturday and returned Monday.
Alvena Peterson and Mrs. A. Wade
went to Grand Island last Wednesday.
j Mr. Phillips, of Mason City, arrived
! Monday to work on Charles Croston s
Mr. and Mrs. James Staleton west
; to Broken Bow last Saturday, returning
John Ernst. Sr., went to Lincoln, on
Tuesday morning to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Frost.
c. . I rumble arrived Saturday
night and returned on Monday even
j ing on No. 44.
Mrs. L. E. Roe of Lakeside, returned
home Monday. She visited a few days
with her sister.
Myers Benson, Mike and Phillip Cto
nan went to Grand Island. Monday,
also Lew Simonson.
Russel Beighley of Grand Island,
are here visiting for a few days with
his wife's relatives.
Mrs. Swinson. Mrs. Arthur Brewer,
Mrs. Jennie and Victor Evans, were
Ravenna callers Monday.
J. E. Reiter and Tlece Wind went
to Mason City last Wednesday even
ing to look at some land.
The Ladies' Aid society met with
Mrs. Mat Robertson last Thursday.
Refreshments were served.
Mrs. Treadway and daughter, Belle,
went to Kearney, Friday and returned
Sunday evening on No. 39.
Ernest Peterson. Wm. de la Motte,
and O. J. Walthers were Ravenna cal
lers between trains, Saturday.
Rev. Goman of Ravenna, gave an
illustrated lecture on the Passion play
last Friday night at Sweetwater.
Hiyo Aden returned from Lincoln
last Thursday. Mr. Aden bought some
very fine brood sows at the state farm.
Mrs. W. H. Hane was called to Wat
erloo, Neb., Tuesday, on account of her
grandson being very sick with tonsi
Mr. Welsh ot Ansley. was here Fri
day night and talked to the farmers in
regard to organizing a grange at this
Albert Cunningham and Miss Carrie
Anderson motored to Loup City. Satur
day, and returned Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Wagner.
Mr. Hand and Frank Goff shipped a
car of cattle to Omaha last week. Lou
Simonson also shipped a car of hogs
to Omaha the same day.
John Olsen, Virgil Cadwalder. John
Ernst. Jr.. Roy Brewer, and Roy Crif
field, went to Ravenna. Tuesday, to
see the wrestling match.
There was a large attendance at the
i literary last Thursday night. Mr. and
| Mrs. Walter Newberg and Mr. Cooper
j and two children were here from
Pete Jacobson went to Grand Islan 1
1 last Thursday to be with his son who
was operated on for bladder trouble.
Mr. Jacobson reports his son as getting
Dr. Isham of Kearney and Rev. Troy
of Litchfield, and Arthur Ingleman,
were here in the interests of the
church. Sunday. Dr. Isham preached
Sunday evening and administered the
Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper.
My eight room house. Good bam
j and outbuildings with twelve lots In
cherry and plum trees. Also 4% acres
of land and another tract of 3V4 acres
all in alfalfa and fenced chicken tight.
I Nearly new two seated spring wagon
and a Jersey red sow with six pigs.—
I Alfred Anderson.
I Monarch Sootless Lump |
1 Radiant Long Burning Lump
And the old reliables
1 CANON CITY AND N1GGERHEAD |
Lump Nut and Pea Coals
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| Ideal fuel, cleaner and hotter
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