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.Vla-u-L. -et Ronnenfeldt. who
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ijtand Island last Friday.
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Satur-iar evening from Kearney.
• has le-en attending State
N >nnal and tawing niusit
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>a*u**i:t\ from Clueagti and other
- ol interest where sin
1" • 'he pa t two weeks vis.ting '
v i:n relative*.
arne Am k returned home!
••n.ng from Grand lslaim
-he !:a- been ''or some time
ni.i w ;b her sister .Mrs Anhui
•inat l family
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ti 'iition i" 'lit- sale of auto.
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t-ihrar :a> at Jenner's Park Tues
was : •: pa trot-, red as well as it
have b«-en but a fair si*o<t •
-wet a Mended the halt cam-- between
• ad.a and le<up City in lie after
i ■ . and the vaudeville in the even
was ranch enjoyed A small sun.;
wr. r ai red w 1 » jj! he used for the
t»* of tti- new library and the,
itni of the Unity Club are to h* i
mri • tided lor their efforts to raise
hj ■!•••'- for that purpose.
Pennants for all the na
tionai and local colleges and
m - ols—bunting for every kind of event
* * ~ the good old United States and
j : vj nations—all arecarried at this
drug store. If we have not got it we will
order it for you.
O.L. SWANSON I
Loup City |
Official Notice of Call and to Appear for
The following named persons are hereby notified that pn'TI'lil—Tit t® fix
A • of Congress approved May 18. 1937. they are called for rub; - service}
<’f the l nited States by this Local B'ard
The stria, number and the orde- number of in > ;-h •.-••'sons is
wn below. They win report at the office of this Local Board for physical
examination on the 7th. 8th and 9th day of August. 1917. at u o’clock a. at.
Any el; .m for exemption or discharge must :*e made in fo-m - which may
t v procured, or the form of which may be copied at the office of the Local
Board, and must be filed at the office of this Local Board ox or before the
seventh day after the date of posting of this notice.
^ our atteneion is called to the penalties for violation or evasion of the
Sei, tive Service Law approved May 18. 1917. and of the Rul •> and Regula
tions which may lie consulted at this office.
The following are to report on the 7th day of August.
v.i!(ier o Serial No Name Address.
1 * 258 Ernest David Bauman. Loup City, Neb.
458 Benjamin Krakowski, Ashton. Neb.
• 83 Rudolph Zeller. Boelus. Nebr.
35 • Vincent Grabowski, Austin. Nebr.
<6 Clarence Peter Jacobson, Litchfield. Nebr.
2'5 Edgar Brownson Foster, Loup City. Nebr.
•’"9 Horace J. Eastabrooks, Litchfield, Nebr.
’04 Elias Howe Butler. Litchfield, Nebr.
Merritt Everest Plantz. Litchfield. Neb: ;
536 Eddie Obermiller, Loup City, Nebr.
;'4S Frank F. Sherman. Rockville, Neb.
12 126 Oscar Edward Jewell, Arcadia, Nebr.
• 84 Albert William Zeller, Boelus, Nebr.
14 • Edward Kutieka. Ravenna Nebr.
15 107 Fred Clarence Travis, Loup City, Nebr. j
616 John N. White, Litchfield, Nebr.
Frank Homa. Ashton. Nebr.
5 George Eugene Stine, Ravenna. Nebr. j
>4:-u Albert Siebler, Boelus. Nebr
1 o2 John Casper Meyers, Litchfield. Nebr.
21 6oo Troy Sheehan. Litchfield, Nebr.
22 >o. Vernon R. Eastabrook. Litchfield. Nebr.
2; 300 Stephen Elba Smalley. Loup City, Nebr.
24 ■• Charles Frederick Carstens. Ashton, Neb.
25 604 Orville R. Stine. Litchfield. Nebr.
26 43 Henry Peter Christensen, Loup City, Neb.
27 430 Peter T. Zochol, Ashton. Nebr.
28 514 Benjamin B- Grice, Litchfieid, Nebr.
20 453 Magnus J. C. Christensen, Rockville, Neb.
10 Stanley S. Jonak, Ashton, Nebr
51 487 Fred Schmidt, Ashton, Nebr.
52 140 Louis Martin Summers, Arcadia, Nebr.
433 James Harvey Bowen, Rockville, Nebr.
34 IS Alexandria Lewandowski, Ashton, Nebr
35 653 Roy Edgar Stephens, Litchfield. Nebr.
56 730 Emil Holub. Ravenna, Nebr.
601 John Sehierling, Litchfield, Nebr.
58 600 Charles Oscar Troy, Eitchtieid. Nebr
183 Roy H. Conger, Loup City, Nebr
4o 513 Harry A. Fletcher. Loup City, Nebr.
The fullow.ng are to report on the 8th day of August
41 Harry Nelson Fisher l.oup City; 42 John Joe Dzingle. Loup City; 431
D..iu«i Downing Charlton, Arcadia. Neb.; 44 Lauriis Sorenson, Litchfield,;
N< ‘ . an n Kwapniowski. Ashton; 4*'. Stephen Puuvk, l.oup City; 47 j
Ke\ John 11eiie' .Schbcpiek. Kaveuna; 48 Leo Ccimer, Rock\ ie; 49 Ewalt I
k au Litchtic d; bo Chaties John. Loup City; 51 Edward Kostal. Ravenna;
Nicholas Ta ot 1 etcher, Austin; 53 Eward Hurt. Ashton; 54 Elmc; Retsu
•: l.itrh a .;. Emmett Marion McLaughlin, Loup t sty; bo Be ; E. Snv-j
. Loup Cite; o7 Hob Loyd Deters, Ashton; oS Willie Waiter Johnson, i
• oilwater; bo Chris l-arsen. Loup City; 60 Raymond Gee gv Cunningham.
■ Neb ; 61 John J, l vwandow-ki, Ashton; 62 r ail H Jensen. R.vkviHe;
Benedict S Hadura. Ashton; 64 Feivlinandt \\ Kuhi, Loup City; 65 Clair;
. 'tram Ro:-er;>. Hazard; 66 Chris Raumam Loup t ?y; 6 j,,*, Emus
' ianoy, Litchfield; 68 Mas C. Stark, l.oup City. «h» Andy Glee Kngleman.
tehfi* <1: <■ Anton Sonnenfeld. Ashton; 71 W am Sty .er. Raw sia; 72
Lome Oscai Johnson. Sweetwater; 73 Ferdinand Jehnek, R, venna; 74 Ole J,
Hansen. Loup City; 75 Anton S. Larkowski. Rockville; 76 Wa .or Cadwaia
.let. Hazard; 77 Earl A Keeler. Loup City; 78 Ray Menu is, Litchfield; 79
Alex Dzingle. Ashton; 80 Arthur John Strom. Rockville.
The following are to report on the 9th day of August
81 Harry William Hodgson, Loup City; 82 John E. Sheehan. Loup City;
x't Frank Earl Eastman. Rockville; 84 William Holub. Ravenna; so Guy
Ellsworth Mining, Hazard; 86 William Harrison Met une. L tchfeid; 87 Hot -
U-rt Dunning. Hazard; 88 Johnnie Christian Christensen, Loup City; 89 Law
rence Martin Larson. Hazard; 90 John Allen Gregg. Austin; 91 Thomas Ed
ward Taylor. Louisville; 92 Walter Ewalt Koch. Austin; 92 Ignac Kosmicki.
Ashton; 94 Edward Stanley Adamski. Ashton; 95 George Nicholas Mushach.
Litchfield; 96 Joseph Bednach. Ashton: 97 George William Eagleman. Litch
field; 9> Steve E. Slobaszewski. Rockville; 99 Tobias Christian Re; ertson.
Hazard; 100 Joseph Placek. Loup City; 101 Leon R. Beza. Ashton; 102 Joel
Hayden Burns. Arcadia; 103 Marion Charles Lane. Arcadia; 104 Hans Olufsen
Krichau. Hazard; 105 Alexander Kuszak. Ashton; 106 Frank A. Garstka.
Ashton; 107 Anton Fridrich. Ashton; 108 John Olney Bow^n, Rockville; 109
Edward Lee Chapman. Hazard; 110 Lee Czarnek. Loup City; 111 Carl Fred
erick William Mickow. Austin; 112 Carl Frederick Stamm. l.oup City; 113
Vau! Ambrose. Litchfield; 114 Dwight Harrison Chamberlin. Loup City; 115
Edgar Marion Houtbey, North Loup; 116 Frank Bachkora. Ravenna: 117
Charlie Schroll. Ashton; 118 Charles Otto Olson. Loup City; 119 Ignatz Jos
eph Kulkowski. Ashton; 120 George Washington Skochdopole. Ravenna.
L. A WILLIAMS. Chairman.
WARREN T. CHASE. Clerk.
On Sunday evening. July 2S. Henry
Schuman. of Glenrock. Wyo.. and Miss
Hazel Winkleman of Loup City, were
united in marriage at the Presbyterian
church manse. Rev. E. M. Steen saying
the words that united them for life.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Schuman are well
and favorably known by almost etery
one in Loup City and vicinity and
congratulations are extended by all.
They departed for Glenrock. W yo.. on ]
the Monday morning train and pulled
off a surprise on their many friends
who were at the trains to see them de
part by going to Rockville in an
auto and boarding the train there.
However, the ones who were fooled
so nicely decorated the train in good
shape witli banners and plenty of rice
scattered and fixed up a seat and gave
the train men instructions to escort
the newly weds to that seat when
they boarded the train at Rockville
Mr. and Mrs. Schuman will make
their home on Mr. Schumans home
stead near Glenrock. Wyoming.
monument to our heroes.
a beautiful monument has been
niaced in Evergreem cemetery' in me
morium of the soldier heroes of 1S61- j
5. The monument, stands about ten I
feet high and a bronze eagle, with
wings spread, adorns the top. The
eagle is forty inches from tip to tip.
The money to purchase this monu
ment was raised by popular subscrip
tion and ali doners and the amounts
given will be published in the Loup
City newspapers in the near future.
• The monument was purchased from
the Pesch Monument Co., of Central
City and the work on the monument |
was done by Mr. Palmer their sales !
man. who is an expert in that line. I
The monument is made from what I
is called berry granite and is a tit
ting and silent tribute to the brave j
boys of 1861-65. who have gone to
The bam on Wm. Lewandowski's
farm ten miles northeast of Loup City
was completely destroyed by fire last
Saturday afternoon. It is believed that
the fire as caused by spontaneous
combustion in alfalfa that had heated.
The farm is occupied by Charles Pet
erson. who lost a large quantity of
alfalfa, com. oats and some harness
and farm machinery in the fire.
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RED CROSS WAR FUND.
a« know h-aced .<*
\Y G Tucker_ 1*.<*
Frink Pgpeiemik . 5j<W>
Har.' M Ohermiller_ M*
J H W«Ht__ Km*
Ed Flynr _ H*Ab
Louis Fain_ MU*
Am oa K esm ki ... 1 (t.(*
John Pioutkowski . Mm*
Frr.r.k Rossa _;__ 1()M
Exn Aafrecbt . Mm*
John Chilewski . Mm*
Joseph Gasbala . 5.0b
Herman Fiebig . 5.0b
Phil!;- Grabovski . 5.00
Mike Mendyk . 5.0b
W. Palu .. 5.00
Joseph Golus . 5.00
J. J. Golus .r. 5.00
Detlef Peterson . 5 00
Commencing Thursday. Aug. 2.
Pathe presents Florence Lebadie in
"Her Life and His"
Gold Rooster Play in Five Parts
SATURDAY. AUG 4
VYiliiam Fox Presents Theda Bara in.
"Tiie Eternal Sopho"
A virile photodrama of the soul stag
ed by Bertram Bracken.
TUESDAY. AUG. 7.
Frank Powell Presents motherhood, a
Featuring he famous Marjorie Ram
beau, celebrated star.
All 1910 personal taxes not paid by
the 15th of August. 1917. will be col
lected by distress warrants. Come in
and save costs. 32-2
D. C. GROW. Co. Treas
HOUSE FOR RENT.
I have a small house v.ith five lots
for rent at $6.00 per month.—R. H.
Mathew. 25 tf
THE HONOR ROLL.
Fremont Cowling (Ferdie)
Emil J. Schoening
(Bnjj) uasjeT jsojjoj
John Janulewicz (Caleb)
Joseph C Prichard (Cash)
Harold Hancock (Handy)
Lelon Lofholm -Swede)
Dw ight V\ 'His Dick'
Clifford Con (Corporal)
Fifth Regimental Band
James G ibert (GUI)
W ilium Meryhew (Bill)
Lloyd Bulger tBung)
Medical Reserve Corps
Dr, O, E. Longacne
Bernard Slocumb Bun)
W. H. Stremme.
SOLDIERS NEED WRISTLETS.
Girls, have you been knitting wrist
lets for the soldiers in France—out
own soldier hoys? They need them.
Colonel Daniel E McCarthy, Chiet
Quartermaster of General Pershing's
army, writes from France to thank the
ladies of our country for the splendid
work they are doing in knitting so
many wristlets for the hoys, and to a>
sure them that as fast as he receives
them they will he distributed to the
Colonel McCarthy asks the editor to
say to the ladies that he is so ex
tremely busy in caring for the troops
that he simply can not get time in
which to answer all of the letters that
are reaching him. hut that he is deepl>
grateful for all that is being done b\
the women of our country. He trusts
they will keep up the good work so
nobly begun. From now on w-ristlets
as knitted should be sent direct to
Colonel McCarthy himself. He request
that you address your packages as
COL. DANIEL E. MCCARTHY.
Chief Q M. American Exp Forces
in France, care Depot Q. M.,
New York City. N. Y.
The Depot Quartermaster a: New
York will forward them on to Col.
McCarthy in France, and they will be
distributed among the soldier boys
who are fighting our battles. The edi
tor hopes the ladies of this community
will be generous in their responses.
We can not do too much for the sol
diers who are doing and giving up so
much for us
SPECIAL TEACHERS’ EXAMINA
Special examinations in county and
professional subjects, also Elwood's
Social Sociology. August 17th and ISth.
L. H. CLRR1ER. Co. Supt.
SOLDIERS VwSrtaRED \
The la'*it- City V-vs *!•(' srv bicbs
; ->.'!> 'jkjvsxv .V. ..■ Grand Island
: samSBed and musterf-d Sale itx
-x e V, dr day • - • n.r.c of las:
"ek All passed •.!>• ex*nv: cation ex
p: In.:. Rowe, and he was j>
• :arped because of n:s arm. which
was broken, a lew years age Itnf
was greatly disappointed ai his fail
ure to pass the exaniin;-. .son. Charley
May was discharged because of de
pendent relatives. Company M w
soon leave Grand Island for For;
Crook, near Omaha and from then
w ill go to For; Doming. Xew Mexico
for a few months' training and then
ti France Cash Prichard. Dwight Wil
hs. Harold Hancock and Lelon Lof
holm were home over Sunday, which
will probably be their last visit here
a- they expert to go to For Crook
A LETTER FROM STREMME.
New York City. 7-24-17
Hello Old Top:—
Well—The navy is the best in tin
world now—I like it fine too. but they
sure do believe in "Early to bed ami
early to rise”—We got ui at 4:30 this
a. m.—Awful coffee Mablel
Tomorrow we go to Harvard Uni
versitv and that is right near Boston
I am glad too—We wont be so crowded
and will have better quarters and will
feel permanently located—If they
dont make an electrician of me hert
it will be my own fault— The course
is good—Address me at
W. H. STREMME.
, Company 3,
C. S. N. Radio School. -
FIRE WITHOUT MATCHES.
Port Royal, S. C.. Aug. 1:—How to
light a fire without matches is an im
portant part of the training given to
United States Marines at this station
The primitive flint and steel, used
long ago by our forefathers, and the
old "wood friction" method borrowed
from the Indians have been revived
so that the sea soidiers may dispense
with matches when dampness renders
them useless. U. S. Marine in the
tropics can start a fire almost instant
l.v by using a hollow piec e of bamboo
This is done by slitting the bamboo
stuffing it with dry moss, and drawing
a stick to and fro across it as a vio
liuist uses his bow These resourceful
world-wide soldiers are expecting tc
find a substitute for the useful bam
boo. in Fram e
Offic ial list of letters patent of 'in
vention issued from the United States
Patent office at Washington. IV C, it
iuhahitants of Nebraska fiw the week
ending July 2s. fSRT. as r«i»orteo
through the patent off lee of Struges.
.v Sntrgess registered patent lawyers
Suite SS2 Bee Bids.. Omaha. Neb
Tura Bowman Uehling. clothes pin
Mattie Rnders, Redhird, eleaner
William Kohlmeier, Lyosis self -feed
er for alfalfa
Theodore R Malm, Loomis. spice j
Frank L Whitney, Lincoln, leaf
Some folks would give anything it
they could get rid of constipation.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
do the work and no it quick. Take it
once a week to be regular, happy an<l
free.--Asa J Farnham
DEER CREEK NUGGETS
J«»e lUfiHak <tf Pttvri' has be* n
<>3 his Utrrv. the past week
Plow pushers have boyar, to do some
thresh t - »fl-k tho past »*eok
C■vr.rrt,1 Jaknbov 'ki of Ashton, vis:'
e»5 with the Peters family Sunday
Ho;.-' By.:,., k has Peer. helping thv
Gartska Bros., thresh tho pas: week.
F J Mat iejewsk. sold a few loads
of hogs to the Ashton n a: kct. Monday
Joe Lubash autoed t > Ravenna last
Sunday on business, r.-turning home
the same day
Robert Platek of near Farwell visit
ed with his sister. Mrs Stanley No
A large crowd of youngsters attended
the wedding dance at Rockville last
Joe Lubash and Paul Kryski autoed
to Loup City Monday to look after
A few guests entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs John Woiteczv
ski last Sunday afternoon.
F J. Maciejewshi returned from
Omaha last Thursday where he has
been with a ear of cattle.
Maggie Peters came up from Far
well last week where she was called
on the illness of her mother.
J. W. Peters and son. Adam, and
Thos .Lubash. autoed to Loup City on
Monday on important, business.
J W. Peters and Thos Lubash each
sold a few head of cattle to 1 J Kal
kowski of Ashton last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonczvnski and
family and Stanley Kuharski autoed to
Rockville to visit with Peter Xowicki.
We understand tliat Paul Kryski has
purchased a large tract of land near
Columbus Consideration we were un
able to learn.
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Palu and family
autoed from Davis Creek, in their big
Reo and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin Bydalek, Sunday.
Mrs. Anastasia Kwaxczynki and
family front St. Paul autoed up one
day last week on account of the sick
ness of Mrs. Watham.
Plambeek Bros., began threshing last
week Any one wishing to have some
threshing done call on them and they
will be there on time
Mrs. Lawrence Peters was taken
sick last Thursday with the gait
stones. Dr Pearson was called to aid
and she is much better now.
Mrs Maggie Guczynski and baby ar
rived from St Louis. Mo last Thurs
day where they were called to the bed
side of her mother. Mrs Waltman.
who is quite low.
A good soaking rain is very badly
needed on l>eer Creek and vicinity
About two inches will sure make a
tine crop hut if no rain comes within
ten days the cons will he gone
Mr and Mrs Stanley Dymek and
Mr, and Mrs Harry Ma« seyew ski au
toed to Grand island. Tuesday, where
Mr and Mrs. Dymek were called to
the b-’dside of Mrs Dymek's brother.
Mrs Constance Waltman was called
to the Great Beyond last Sunday, She
has beer, failing in health for some
time Sugar disease was the cause of
her death. She leaves to mourn her
loss, five sons and three daughters
and a host of relatives and friends.
The funeral was held Tuesday at the
Posen Catholic church conducted b>
Father Jasozynski and the remains
laid to rest in the Posen cemetery.
AUGUST 19,20,21,22 and 23
Buy a season ticket and hear every number of
the Five Days' Big Programs.
Patriotic, Delightful, Programs of Humor, In
struction and Inspiration.
The Melting Pot. the greatest American drama,
bv the New York cast. Dr. Charles A. Pavne, il
lustrated lecture. Alton Packard, famous cartoonist
anb entertainer. The St. Claire Sisters, the best la
dies quartet. The National Quanet, featuring Char
les Cox and George Tack. Lawrence Lewis, the
famous baritone soloist. Vivian S. Watkins, drama
tic interpreter. Mauna-Kea Hawaiians, in their great
program of Hawaiian and American music.
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