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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1917)
Patronise the Home
11 ho makes it possible for you to get
the top price for your cream,
poultry and Eggs.
Ravenna Creamery Co.
The Test of Time
Has proved that Goodyear tubes and
casings are the VERY BEST on the
Fresh Stock Just Received
At the Independent Garage. A complete
line of Goodyear tubes and casings always
First Class Repairing
R. O. Reed, Prop.
Ak-Sar-Ben Fall Jubilee
OMAHA SEPT. 26 to OCT. 6, 1917
RATIONAL SWINE EXHIBIT, SOUTH SIDE, OCTOBER 3rd TO 10th
ELECTRICAL PARAEE WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3rd
Special train will leave Omaha 11:45 P. M. operating
via South Omaha, making all stops between Omaha and
AFTERNOON PARADE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4th
Special train will leave Omaha at 5:15 P. M. for Grand
Island making all stops Fremont, and West. Extra coaches
will also be provided in No. 23.
AKSARBEN’S BIG MILITARY FIREWORKS
SPECTACLE, THURSDAY EVENING, ROURKE’S
Extra equipment will be provided on regular trains into
Omaha. Oct. 3d and 4th.
Special trains and extra equipment will be provided
only in case the government does not requisition equip
ment for special troop movement.
PROVIDES SPLENDID TRAIN SERVICE INTO OMA
HA FOR ACCOMMODATION OF AK SAR-BEN VISI
ORDER OF HEARING AND NOTICE
OF PROBATE OF WILL.
Ji the County Court of Sherman Coun
Stale of Nebraska. County of Sher
To the heirs, legatees, devisees, cred
i:.»rs and to all persons interested in
toe estate of William T. Gibson, de
On reading the petition of Mary and
J--ii4ie Callaway praying that the in
strument filed in this court on the 11th
■ lay of September 1917, and purport-i
g to be the last will and testament j
of the said deceased, may be proved
and allowed, and recorded as the last
«ill and testament of William T. Gib
•- '0. deceased; that said instrument
!>■• admitted to probate, and the ad
ministration of said estate be granted
in Mary Gilson as executrix, applica
tion for hearing forthwith, denied and
it is hereby ordered that you. and ail
persons interested in said matter
may. and do appear at the County
Court to be held in and for said county,
• n the 5th day of October, A. D., 1917
at ten o’clo k A. J!. to show cause, if
any there be why the petitioner should
not be granted, and that notice of the
jiendency of said petition and that the
bearing thereof lie given to all persons
interested in said matter by publish
ins » copy of this order in the Loup
City North western a weekly neswpa
per printed in said county, for three
■weeks prior to said day of hearing.
Witness my hand and seal .of said
court this 11th day of September, A.
(SEAL) E. A SMITH,
;:*e3 County Judge.
WANTED—A man to work on the
farm—S J lossi. Phone 274-13.
EXPERIENCE THE BEST TEACHER
It is generally admitted that exper
ience Is the beslf teacher, but should
we not make use of the experience of
others as well as our own? The ex
perience of a thousand persons is more
to be depended upon than that of one
individual Many thousands of persons
have used Chamberlain'^ Cough Rem
edy for coughs and colds with the-best
results, which shows it to be a thor
oughlv reliable preparation for those
diseases. Try it. It li"prompt alpl ef
ficient and pleasant to take.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 29.
William Fox presents
Theda Bara in,
Portraying the wiles of a fascinating
woman. Written by Mary Murillo.
TUESDAY, OCT. 2.
Frank Powell presents
Marjori Rambeau in,
Produced by Frank Powell.
THURSDAY, OCT. 4.
Baby Marie Osborne in
"Sun Shine and Gcjd”
A Pathe play in 5 parts. Some show
YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT.
If you are away from home and
one of your horses takes the colic
your wife can treat him if she has
Farris’ Colic Remedy in the house. It
is easy to use. Just drop it on the
horse's tongue and In thirty minutes
he is relieved. Get it today. You may
need it tomorrow*.— J. J. Slominski
Loup Ctiy, Neb. *
Subscribe for The Northwestern.
(Crowded out last week*
Andrew Anderson was a passenger
to Ravenna last .Monday.
Will Dclamotte shipped a car of live |
stock to Omaha Sunday.
J. W. Wallace was a Hazard visitor
A. G. Hermau from over near Am
lierst brought his son August ard wife
aud little boys over to take the train
for Milburn, Neb.
Mrs. Shipley was a passenger to Ra
Mrs John Jennie was a passengei
to Ravenna Tuesday.
E. H. Robinson was a passenger to
Ester Patchin was a passenger to
Callaway Tuesday evening.
Emma Lade went to Ravenna Wed
Matt Robertson came in from Omaha
Mrs. Will Ptterson and Mrs. Spence
burg and daughter Clara autoed to Ra
Joe Hennis came up from Ravenna
Mrs. James Reed and daughter Pran
ces came up from Ravenna Friday ev
Miss Buela Zink came in on 'he- train
O. J. Mathers sold Herman LLhthill
a Ford Friday.
Fred Capelain sold Albert Cunning
ham a Ford Wednesday.
Mrs. Spruceburg and daughter Clara
went to Ravenna Saturday.
Mrs. Louie Olson went to Ravenna
Miss Gladys Green came down from
Mason Saturday morning.
Miss Emma Lade and M ss Elsie
Lade were passengers to Ravenna on
Walter Cadwalder is spending a few
days with his mother, Mrs. Chas
Fred Fuller has just about got one
silo finished and has another one to
build. Chas. Boldt is doing the work.
John Andrews ami Carl Olson went
up west on a hunting trip last night on
Jim Criffieid from Poole was a Haz
ard visitor Sunday.
SCRATCHES FROM DIST. 9
Ben Nelson's and Carlos Landon's
were Loup City visitors, Saturday.
Leon Fowler and family are visit
ing at the B. F. Tiffany home this
Oscar Olsen’s had company, Sunday
They entertained and served dinner
Willis Larson left Monday morning
for Kansas City, where he will go to
school. We wish him success.
There were quite a few out to Sun
day school and church last Sunday
Miss Leatherman's class had the larg :
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Briscol of Los
Angeles, Calif., visited at the home of
J}en Nelson a couple of days last week.
They are cousins.
All the pupils of District 9, took part
in the school parade excepting three.
All of the pupils and patrons of the
District ate dinner together and all re
ported a grand time.
(Crowded out last week)
Pearl Seevy was a visitor at school
Tuesday. Miss Lizzie says she is al
ways glad to have visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kee and family
took supper with Mrs. Rachel Piatt
Mr. Seery and family and Mr Hodg
son and wife came up from Cairo on
Monday staying a few days at Tiffany.
From there they went on to Bur well.
Mr. and Mrs Willis Holcombe visit
ed over Sunday with Mrs. Holcombe's
sister, Mrs. Rachel Piatt.
Carl Landon is a new owner of a
Ford. Good for him.
Mr. Tiffany and..family and Floyd
Fowler went to Dannebrog to attend
Leon Fowler's sgle. Leon is going tc
Mr. and Mrs. Hapky and |on visited
at George Leatherman’s Sunday.
Mr. Tiffany has bought a new drill
The scholars of M. G. B- appointed
Misses Thelma and Glallys as* news
writers for District 9, antfall the pupils
are .to act as reporters.
Rev. Beggs will be with us again
Sunday, the 23rd, at 3:30 p. m. Mr
Beggs has not bjep with us for oer a
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—if you want to. Yes. in any pact*'
toon, any pocket.
Boys: carry the Parker Jack Knife
Pep in your trouser* pocke; along'
with your keys.
Girls: carry it in the jacket of your
white blouse. \i: * ,
Play football with it/—basketball
tennis, hokey. It’s on the job the
minute you want to write, with our
leaving a pinhead spot of ink afiy- '
where it has been carried.
Write? Just imagine a pen of
that melts to ink as you slide it
across paper. That’s the way i t wri tes.
*><*12.51 up. Get one on trial.
Jake it back any tome within 10
days if you're not tickled to death
j1,1 tre dealer to re*
fund. If your dealer doesn’t carry
rarkers, write us for catalog today.
PARKER PEN COMPANY
Jack Knife Safety
O. L SWANSON
month as he went to Omaha for a vaca
tion. Everyone is welcomed a* the
Mixed Grove Sunday school and church
Sunday school at 2:30 and church at
Miss Leatherman gives all the pa
trons of the district a cordial invitation
to visit the school. She says “If you
have any fancy work or hand sewinr
to do bring it #rl&t along with you
and work while vod visit.” We assure ;
you it won't disturb us in the least
This part of the country was visited j
with a fine rain Monday night
During the second week in Octobei
the country will be able to correctly
gauge the patriotism of its women
Every woman in the country is asked
to register, during that week, for
whatever services she feels she can
render her country in this greatest i
crisis of its history. We have been used
to boasting of the splendid loyalty o< !
our women, and we have always had J
whereof of boast. Thus far in the pres ;
ent conflict their response to the calls i
made on them has been spontaneous
and most gratifying But greater de j
mands yet will be made. Their work
is in no sense inferior to that of the
man. although it may differ very ma
terially from it in the element of thrill.
They will be called on to take up and
bear woman’s age old burden—patient
endurance and helpful ministration.
That their response will be even more
enthusiastic than it has ever been,
there are none who doubt.
Effecto auto paint and “61" floor
varnish are sold at Swanson's.
PEOPLE SPEAK WELL OF CHAM
“I have b'ien selling Chamberlain's
Tablets for about two years and heard
such good reports from my customers
that I concluded to give them a trial
myself, and can say that I do not
believe there is another preparation
of the kind equal to them,” writes
G. A. McBride, Headford, Ont. If you
are troubled with indigestion or con
stipation give them a trial. They will
do you good.
Daily sells for less.
AT SOUTH OMAHA
Heaviest Run ot Cattle on Rec
ord; Market 15-25c Lover
HOGS IN Ml ADVANCE
Receipts of Sheep and Lambs Liberal,
About S5,000 Head—Fat Lambs Slow
and Lower—Aged Muttons About
Steady—Feeder Lambs in Broad
Demand, Tops $18.25.
Union Stock Yards, Sooth Omaha,
JTeb., Sept. 25.—The week opens out
with the heaviest receipts of cattle In
the history of the market. There were
24,000 fresh cattle here, nearly all
western rangers, and both packers and
feeder buyers started bidding 15@25c
lower than last week. Cows and heif
ers suffered fully as much as fat cat
tle and it was a slow, unevenly lower,
all day market.
Quotations on cattle: Prime heavy
beeves, S 15.50® 17.00; good to choice
beeves, $13.50® 15.00; fair to good
beeves, $12.25® 13.25; common to fair
beeves, $9.00® 12.00; good to choice
yearlings, $14.00® 16.50; fair to good
yearlings, $firstname.lastname@example.org; common to
fair yearlings, $email@example.com; prime
heavy grass beeves. $12.00® 14.50^
good to choice gntss beeves, $10.50®
11.50; fair to good grass steers, $9.25
@10.25; common to fair grass steers,
$firstname.lastname@example.org; good to choice heifers,
$S.email@example.com; good to choice cows. $8.00
@9.00; fair to good cows. $firstname.lastname@example.org;
canners and cutters, $5.50® 6.50; veal
calves, $8.75® 12.75; beef bulls. $7.00
@8.75; bologna bulls, $5.5O@7.00;
prime feeding steers. $email@example.com;
good to choice feeders, $S.firstname.lastname@example.org;
fair to good feeders. email@example.com; good
to choice Stockers, S.firstname.lastname@example.org; fair to
good stockers, $7.25® 8.ou; common to
fair grades, $6.00®7.50; stock heifers,
$email@example.com; stock cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
Stock calves. $email@example.com.
nog* sen tuqsguc Higher.
Receipts of hogs were only moder
ate for a Monday, about 2.700 head,
and with a . vigorous demand from
both local packers and shippers the
trade was active as far as it went,
with prices'ground 1rt®20c higher
than Saturday. Tops brought $18.75
and the huUb of the trading was at
Sheep and Lambs Lower.
There wip a big Monday’s run of
sheep and 4 a mbs today. 35,000 head,
and prices were lower all along the
line. Aged "stock did not show much
decline, but fat lambs as well as the
feeder grades were slow sellers at de
clines of 15@25c. Fat lambs brought
$17.50 and feeder lambs $18.25.
Quotations on sheep and lambs S
Lambs, fair to choice. $17.00® 17.75;
lambs, feeders. S16.firstname.lastname@example.org; lambs,
culls, S12.email@example.com; yearlings, fair to
choice, $12.50513.50; yearlings, feed
ers. ■$firstname.lastname@example.org; wethers, fair to
choice, $12.00® 13.00; ewes, fair to
choice. $10.00® 11.25; ewes, culls and
feeders. $S.OO@n.O0: ewes, breeders,
all ages. $11.50® 18.00.
When Wisdom Cornea.
Of course, age la wise—but the wit
dom comes of looking backward.
I will offer for sale at public auction
9 miles west and 2 miles south of
Loup City and 6 miles north and IVa
miles east of Litchfield, Neb., on
Thursday, Octcber 4.
Commencing at 12 o’clock noon .the
following property to-wit:
13 Head of Horses
Including team of brown geldings
Q tti? crvousj ft M
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This Fall make your every
purchase tell true. Domot
economy—consider fTiow goodr‘ not ‘how cherip
—buy clothes that will last and not look .t hi*
worse for wear; clothes that wdll not compel
additional purchases before the season s end—
that is economy. Guide yourself accordingly in^i
everything you buy. 1
To attain this end. men find
Mauc by SlHOliSE ow liROTlillliS, Inc.. Baltimore Mb.
the logical choice. We show them in styles for
Are you going to rent again next year a nd take a chance on losing arfbtner crop.
Before you rent again it will pay you to make a trip with me to Deuel county ami
look over what we have to offer for sale.
Wouldn’t you .just a little bit rather farm a level piece of ground of your own than
a hill farm of somebody else’s.
Your ten year-old son can drive a four-horse team hitched to most any kind of ,
a farm implement on level land. Can he do it where you now live? Wouldn’t it fc>e
more like living if you could farm level land, had straight corn rows, square fields of
grain and hay, and had good hard, leevl roads over which to haul your farm pro
Our wheat this year made from 25 up to as high as 50 bushel per acre, oats'from
30 to HO bushel per acre and we never had better prospects for a big crop of coni
than at present. y
You can always hear all kinds of tales about any country, no matter how good or
how poor, but we want you to come and see our country for yourself, and see what
others are doing. You can do the same if you have a little money and a little back
bone to go with it.
If you have failed to see the motion pictures of Deuel county scenes that w»••
shown this week at the Daddow opera house you have missed a great treat.
We make a trip to Deuel county every week from Loup City.
Will you join us on the next trip?
• Call on or phone me at the Frederick Hotel.
F. H. GIBSON
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three yeiirs old, weight 1150 each,
brown m, ire four year^'. old, weight
1100; black horse, comiitg three years
old; four coming two-Jfear olds, e«8<
five coming yearlings, A- ,1
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» 26 Head of Cattle .. - j
Consisting of five milch cows to .Be;
fvesh before spring, one cow with calf
at side, four coming three-year old
heifers, nine coming two-year olds,
coming two-yea." Old grade bull and
six spring calvea.
27 Head of Shoats
Farm Machinery, Etc.
Including 4-wheel Moline riding lis
| ter, John Deere 2-row do-devil, Mo
[ line corn planter, low wheel wagon
i running gear, two-seated top carriage
and John Deere top buggy good as
Free Lunch at Noon.
Terms of Sale.
All sums of $10 and under, cash.
Over that amount a credit of 8 months
time will be given on approved notes
bearing 10 per cent interest from date.
No ' iropertv to be removed from prem
isea until settled for.
E. A. SHIPLEY, Owner.
COL, CEO. SLOTE, Auct.
W. F. MASON, Clerk.
P. O. jReed for repairing.
Located in the old opera house building. We hav
old wheat flour.
Bran, shorts, rye flour, rye grahaiw, corn mem-—corn =
chop, barley, ground barley, oyster,^ hell and chmi shell. E
Our prices are reasonable and
anteed or money refunded.
Call and see us when in
For Sale—One Maxwell 1916 Tour
ing car in good condition.—Independ
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