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Mi-* Florence Taagerman is teach
la* the Stein s< hool this term
Mr*. XV. C. R- n:«*r> celebrated het
i-irthday at h* r home last Sunday.
Klmer Koch purchased a Ford from
the Rockville Auto Company Monday
Harry Treot. vent to Grand Island
Monday to have some dental v ork
Mi's Lola Bushhausen went to th<
I'land last Monday to have her tonsils
Miss Lena Anderson went to Grand
J and Monday wh-re she a ill tak*
Mrs Sorn < . • -.-n has been report
ed seriously ill and we hope for hei
Mr. and Mrs Frank Tompson and
daughter are visitiny the former's
mother for a few days.
The Mi«ses Aueus*a Lorenz and \n
na Bugi.o went to Grand Island Mon
<lay to take in the fair
Mr. ami Mrs. E F Kozel went to
Ravenna Sunday to send the day with
Mr and mis Jun Karl
The Misses Rosa. Mane and Evelyn
Hellnke went to Uannebrog Saturday ;
to have some dental work done.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kush and daughter
of David City. Neb . autred to Roek
ville to visit with Mr. and Mrs John
Mr. and Mrs H Dippern and Mr
Eangle of Cairo, visited with friends
and relatives at Rockville for a few
days last week
W. Bowen rented the John Gray
house and will take possession of it the
first of October. Mr. and Mrs. Gray
intend to move to Ravenna.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wickstrom and
children and Miss Faye Xielson autoed
to Palmer Sunday to visit with Mr
and Mrs. Oscar Wickstrom.
A farewell oarty was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Niels Jensen n
honor of their son. Carl, who will
leave for Fort Riley Friday
Mr and Mrs. Otto Eden and family
of Atlantic, Iowa, and Mr and Mrs
Bailey of Grand Island visited with
Mr and Mrs. Art Strom Sunday.
C. Nielson. E Dwehus. E. F. Kozel
and John Isaacson autoed to Ravenna
Monday to see the ruins of the fire
which occurred there Sunday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sorenson and
daughter Lillian and Miss Anna Lorenz
autoed to Grand Island Wednesday
where Lillian had some dental work
I WIGGLE CREEK SCHOOL
(Crowded out last week'
Vein Alleman has been cutting f..d
der the past week
Ernest lossi hauled a load of whoa1
to Ravenna Monday.
Edna and Herbert Oltjenburns w. r.
I absent front school Monday.
Floyd Goodwin has liad his ear up
tow » for repairs the past week.
Albert Sn>d“r and family visited
w ih friends at Hazard Sunday.
J E. Roush was seen coming honit
with a new corn binder Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Daddow and
family are back from their western
This chart shows the extraordinary increase in
Ionir distance ca s in the Bell Telephone System
<-au»e<i by war activities.
Thi« v. nr—IS..100.000 long distance tele
n- calls per month.
Before the war—11,000,000 calls p. r
<»\.t ■»rr more long distance calls are
made now than were made in time of world
You can help us meet these
upon one facilities by making no
or long distance calls.
Clark Alleman hauled a load of corn
to Loup City Wednesday and attended
Miss Pearl Fullerton front Sparks,
Neb., is visiting at (he Casteel Uoun
Rev. and Mrs. Wagner of Litchfield
have been visiting on Wiggle Creek
the past week.
Ernest Daddov- and family and Tom
McFadden and family took dinner at
Ira Daddow's Sunday
A party was held at the home of W.
H. Brodock la<t Friday evening and
was much enjoyed by all.
Misses Eva and Lela Goodwin also
Mildred Mlernan spent Sonday even
ing with Mrs. Cash and family.
The Wiggle Creek Christian Endea
vor will be held next Sunday evening
at S:30. Mrs. Bessie Daddow. leader
Everybody come and enjoy the meet
Mr. ami Mrs. Gunn from Kearney
and Mr. and Mrs. A. F Xlckles from
Kansas City, autoed across the country
frorn Kearney and spent last Thursday
with J. E. Roush and family.
Ernest lossi lost his way last Mon
day evening while coming home from
Ravenna and stopped at the home of
Clark AUeman until morning wh* n he
went on to his brother's with his load
The Wiggle Creek Christian En
deavor n et last Sun.lav evening Mis*
Viola Daddow acted as leader and (he
topic was “A Christian Power" A
good meeting was held and enjoyed
by all present.
DEER CREEK NUGGETS
K> nry Kaiser sold fourteen head of
lattle to 1 J Kalkowski last Friday.
15. H. Xilku. agent for the S F. Ra
ker medicines and extracts of St. Paul,
has been soliiciting here the past few
Geo. Ritz and family autoed to Loup
City in their big Reo to take in the
Miss Caroline Carsten went to Lamp
City last Wednesday to attend the
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Xowicki visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Hans Anderson on
Miss Mary, and Alfonso and Vincent
Suchanek visited with Stanley Xowic
ki last Sunday.
F. J. Maciejewski sold one of his
horses to a horse buyer from Grand
Island last Saturday.
Alfonso Maschka accepted a posi
tion with his brother, Bennet. working
in his store at Farwell
Edward Hurt and Misses Thresa and
Clara Xowicki autoed to Loup City last
Wednesday to attend the fair.
A good two inches of rain fell last
Monday morning and done little dam
age to wheat on plowed ground.
Leon Bvdalek. son of Geo. Bvdalek
arrived here last week front Momeaee.
111., for a short visit with relatives.
Tony Bonczynski autoed to Loup City
last Wednesday to appear for physical
examination for the Xational Guard.
Mrs. Peter Jezewski and daughter
of Ashton, visited with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Maschka. Sunday.
Miss Helen Isaacson, school teach
er in District Xo. 12. was a passenger
for Loup City last Friday to attend
Chas. and Geo. Carsten have been in
Have a Beautiful
and Restful Bed Room
Idea, have changed about Bed Room Furniture. Today the average bed
and 'vM °Vf°T; with furniture, but is made delightfully
resttiai and beautiful with well designed and simple pieces.
C ;oose Just Enough Pieces To Make The Room Comfortable
Ai ong our immense displays of furniture for the Bed Room are manv at
tractive Queen Anne and William and Mary suites in dull mahoganv'and
£23T trW alnu'"in,shes ,hat. *> "« sK°w wear. . Their designs are
restful to the eye—their prices within the reach of every purse.
A Reliable Specialist
15 Ynn in Grand Island
CHKOMC DISEASES OF MEN AND dr OMEN
AND DISEASES Or THE SKIN AND BEOOD
I CURE Rupture and Piles
I i*tula FI*- £
sure and other J
Keotnl lli*easej* !
without an oper
ation. \o Iom* of
tinir from homr
or ba*ia«*K». ( urr
cunrantrrd i n
all ranrn ac*
rr|Unl for trout
Diseases of Men
\rnon% and Prixate Uiiumiini of
>len—Skin mid HUmmI Dioraom
Slrieforr — arirmvlr — Hydro*
celt*—Kidney .imi lllndder lHs
rOM's — iili>‘umnti<kni — ^toiimrh
Troaklrs—( atarrb. ete. 4MMI and
all serum treatments phm.
Diseases of Women
\en ohm — * t oninrki — llowel —
llladiler and \\ hiiiIi troubles—
Ilneknehes — t aweers Twors —
Pimple*. ami all diseases peculiar
t.all Stowes %ppewdieitis—
Goitre. and other special dis
Private borne before and
durinir 4 onfinement
Consultation and Examination Free
DR. RICH, Specialist
(•rnml Island. \eb.
Office fixer i lay ton's l)ric Store
Loup City the jast few days attending i
the fair. Charles went from there to
Alex and Steve Maciejewski and Joe
Maschka went to Rockville last Sun- j
day afternoon :o play ball with Ash
ton against Rockville.
A dance was given at the Chropkow j
| ski home last Saturday evening. A
' large crowd was present. Maschka
Itros.. furnished the music
F.dward Hur. Chas. Carsten. Yin
ent Grabowski Benjamin Krakowski
and Fred Schmidt left last Saturday
| morning for Camp Funston.
A ham dance was given at the Louie
Jahorek home Sunday evening. A large j
crowd was pre sent The I>eer Creek i
four piece orchestra furnished the mu -
The subject Sunday morning will be
I one of importance to every Christian.
1 Young peoples meeting at 6:30.
We had a five audience last Sunday
, evening. Rev. John Zimmerman preach
ing a very in'eresting sermon which
' was enjoyed bv all present
On account of stenographers mistake
we announced Sunday that the dedi
I catory service would be postponed, but
a letter this week from Rev Ray E.
York of Lincoln, states that Rev. J. D.
Collins and Rev. Bancroft of Omaha
will be here Oct. T. for an all day ser
vice. as previously announced.
We hope that a good large delega
tion will go from here to the Nebras
ka Baptist State onvention. The pro
cram is the strongest that is possible
to arrange. Dr. Trewitt. the leader of
i the devotional hours is probably the
greatest living preacher. At Hastings
! Oct. 13-11*
There will be no preaching service
in the evening on account of union
! service at the M. E. Church. Let us all
go and give Bro. Slocumb a hearty
The subject for the sermon Sunday
morning will be: "The Christian's'
Life-Robe." In the evening, in accord
ance with our custom, we will dismiss,
our services and go to the M. E
Church to welcome the new minister
We hope every member of th£ church '
Christian Endeavor will meet at the 1 \
usual hour. “Home Mission Work ,
Among Immigrants • ts the subject, j
and the Missionary committee will;
have charge .of the program
Remember that the first Sabbath in !
October will be Rally Elav.
Daily sells for less.
Try Chase's first—it pays.
See Mrs. Henry’s new fall millinery
I am paying the highest cash price
for poultry of all kinds.
F. M. HENRY.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
I have a small house with five lots
for rent at $6.00 per month.—R. H.
Mathew. ;5 tf
GREAT FAITH IN CHAMBERLAIN'S
COLIC AND DIARRHOEA REM
"Chamberlain’s Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy was used by my father about j
a year ago when he had diarrhoea. It
relieved him immediately and by tak
ing three doses he was absolutely
cured. He has great faith in this rem
edy,” writes Mrs. W. H. Williams.
Stanley. N. Y.
For Sale—Saxon Roadster
On account of having two cars I will
sell my Saxon roadster at a bargain.
This car is in A No. 1 shape, never
been hurt in any way, it is up-to-date
with electric spot light, electric dash
light, starter and self primer, also four
new tires, chains and top cover. In
quire of I. C. SMITH.
Loup City Tailor Shop.
Many Loup City People Fail to ResiiC*
Backache is mo deceptive.
It comes and goes—keeps you
Learn the cause—then cure it.
Possibly it's weak kidneys.
That’s why Doan's Kidney ITUs are
They're especially for weak or dis
Here's a Loup City case.
Mrs. Mary Lofholm. says: "I had
been having some trouble from my
kidneys and occasional attacks of
backache. Every little cold I caught
seemed to settle on my kidneys and
made me worse. Two boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills, which 1 got at Swankon's
Drug store, ended the trouble and 1
haven't been bothered since.”
Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney F*ills—the same that
Mrs. Lofliidm had. Foster-Milbum Co
Mfgrs.. Buffalo. N\ Y.
David Don&hoe went to Pleasanton.
Saturday, and returned Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cunningham
were Hazard visitors, Monday.
Alfred Rvinertson and brother. To
bias, went to Loup City. Thursday, to
attend the fair.
Mrs. Arthur Brewer of Hoffland. ar
rived in Hazard. Monday for a visit
Miss Viola Lake of Oconto, neice oi
Chas. Boldt. is visiting her aunt and
other relative' in Hazard.
Wm. Spang'berg went to Kearney
Sunday. He drove the car recently
purchased fron. 0 J. Walthere.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Boldt and son.
Walter Cadwa :er .autoed to Grand Is
land. Sunday. To visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs L. H. Hennis and Mrs.
Wm Peterson ond son, Kmest. autoed
to Grand Island, Thursday to attend
the Hall county fair.
More new cement sidewalks have
been made recently in Hazard to the
amount of two whole blocks and seve
ral crossings. Oh yes. Hazard is still j
Ernest Peterson. David Donahoe.
Lawrence Wade. Joseph Erazim and
Francis Thompson. Hazard high school
boys, autoed to Loup City. Friday to
attend the fair. They reported a fine
Mr. and Mrs Ally Betts of Arcadia,
who have been here visiting with rela
lives, returned to their home one day
last week. Mrs Betts parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Larsen and son accompanied
them for a short visit.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to thank our friends and
neighbors for help and sympathy ex
tended to us at the funeral of our be
loved mother. Mrs. Jacob Albers. We
also wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks for the many beautiful floral
Mr and Mrs Jacob Albers .and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Albers and
HAS HIGH OPINION OF CHAMBER
"I have a high opinion of Chamber
Iain's Tablets for billiousness and as
a laxative," writes Mrs. C. A. Barnes.
Charleston. 111. “I have never found
anything so mild and pleasant to use.
My brother has also used these tab
lets with satisfactory results.”
FOR SALE: — MY EIGHT ROOM
house and six lots. Also six lots in
cherry and plum trees. A tract of 4^
acres of land and other tract of 3^
acres all in alfalfa and fenced chicken
/ ^mst lx twins or triplets, i
Ten thouxmj times or rn.m.
Cause poo can find me any day
In the ordinary wi,. t-vrv—..
•he fibre i* curved oeertherhoul
<fcr and mcU Voc toocr
. that hatem who, the ttiching
\hnakt. The fibre flare* oat nod
r\ the broom become* ureW
This c An Dot possibly
Keprn to ZED A, Tf*
Modem Broom. Hrte
tfw tore points straight
in the natural way.
As the broom wears
l shorter you can cut oat
al! the seams and it
Vtairetams it* shape and
found only in The
Bmke *■ tramblt.
Broom, becmuK it
" H conShorter
If nour dealer
^EE BROOM & DUSTER COMPANY
Lincoln, Neh. Drwmh,^
We will furnish enough SQUARE I>KA i
FENCE to fence lbO acres for $22o.00.
We carry all heights Woven Wire Fen. >•
Wood Posts. Barb Wire, Steel (rates.
Bull dog Fence Anchors never let gn.
Wire and slat corn cribs.
Redwood Tanks guaranteed twentv vear>.
HANSEN LUMBER CO
LOW SUMMER FARES
WITHDRAWN SEPTEMBER 30
TO EASTERN CITIES AND SUMMER RESORTS: The entire -
ern summer fares will be available during September, with i
good until October 31st this is the last opportunity of tic
the East at reduced rates.
TO THE PACIFIC COAST: The low-rates circuit tours are also avail
to September 30th; these are much lower than the winter fares O
Colorado California route is especially attractive during the Au:
TO WESTERN RESORTS: You can go to Colorado and E.-te, . ,
cheap fares during this month. Estes Park in September is a:
for a "rapid-health-come-baek ”
The National Parks will be open until September lath. The Ilia
available throughout the month.
The ranches about Sheridan. Ranchester and Cody will all lie
“ =“ take excellent care of you. after the departure of tie
Send for publications descriptive of any trip vuu i.a ,
and let us help you.
L. W. WAKELEY, GENERAL PASSENGER AGEN
1004 Faraam Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
When looking for a good lunch or short order
drop in at the
LUNCHES AND SHORT ORDERS
AT ALL HOURS
Wo carry a full line of Bakery Goods. Careful atten
tion given to all special orders.
Have the agency for Fleishman yeast in small tin I',,
cakes. In stock at all times.
Business and professional Guide
ROBT. P. STARR
Attorney at Law
LOUP CITY .... NEBRASKA
R. H. MATHEW
Attorney at Law
And Bonded Abstractor
LOUP CITY .... NEBRASKA
Practices In All Courts
LOUP CITY .... NEBRASKA
LAMONT L. STEPHENS
First National Bank Building
LOUP CITY- Nt. fcsKA
Only Set of Abstract Boof<s l" County
LOUP CITY .... NEBRASKA
0. E. LONGACRE
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE, over new bank
♦'Telephone Call No. 39
E. P. DAILY
Calls answered day or nigut
PHONE RED 65
A. S. MAIN
Physician and Surgeon
LOUP CITY I . NEBRASKA
Office at Residence
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