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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1899)
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Musi ; Give Possession of Building Juno Jsi ; .
ewYork - > store ,
Going out of Business in a Blase of Bargains.
Bargains that will set a pace for value-giving ,
and that will "be remembered for years to come.
Everything goes. Pine Dress Goods , Silks , Table
Linens , Napkins , Towelings , Bed Spreads , Laces ,
\ White Goods , etc. Drop in ; you will meet a crowd.
"Cheap John" goods in my stock.
A MEMHGll OF CO M , ( JUNE.
1)IK1 > : At Muilla , March ! > 8lh. Rt3n in , Nnt
Slum , of Co. M. first Nobrnnuu Volunteer rcg-
Iraont , from wounds In brittle.
A month ago the telegraphic din-
patches from Manilla slated that
' J\Iatt \ Summers" of Oo. M. was
wounded and later stated that he
had died. As there was no Matt
Summers in Co. M. it was known
that tboro watt some mistake about
it , and fears wore entertained
at the time that it was Nat Sims.
As no further information was re
ceived it was concluded that our
fears wore not well founded. The
facts were not known hero until
Sunday when Mrs , Calista Grant
received a latter from her husband
covoying the sad intelligence that
Nat Sims died in the hospital Mar.
28th at 3 a. m. , from wounds re
ceived in battle , She notified Ad
jutant Gen. Barry , of Lincoln , who
furtoor investigated the matter and
learned that the reported death of
Matt Summers of Co. M , was an
error , and that it was Nat Sims , of
Broken Bow. The deceased loaves
a father and mother who reside at
Walnut , Iowa. His brothers ,
Frank , Bert and Eugene , live in
this county * Albert Sims , of Ber-
wyin , is his unolo.
The death of thin bright and loyul
young man is greatly lamented by
the entire community , as all the
members of Co. M. are regarded as
our boys" , and arc hold in high
esteem by all our citizens. The
sincere sympathy of the community
is hereby extended to the relatives
of the deceased in their sad bo-
roavemout. Ho carried on insur
ance in the Woodmen of the World
for $2000 , in favor of his mother.
It may be necessary for his remains
to bo returned before the policy
can bo realized upon.
lit'01lATIOX : DAY
The G , A. 11. of Broken Bow , as
well as all of our citizens are to bo
congratulated over tbn fact that the
committee on Decoration day has
been able to secure llou. VV 11.
Akros , of Alliance , to deliver the
memorial address on that day , May
30th. Rev. J. W. Megan will deliver -
liver the memorial sermon on
Morritt Johnson , a former and
and highly respected citizen of
Westorvillo , was brought to the
city to-day for examination for in
sanity. The board dooided ho was
a fit subject for treatment and had
him sent to Norfolk for that pur
A. E Anderson has gene to Chicago
cage to take an oculist course. Ho
oxpootB to bo gene five or six weeks.
In the District Court of Cnstor county , Neb.
lu the matter of the estate of I
J. L. U. Krjlcbt deceased , f
And 110 wtuU first day of May , 1609 , this cause
came on for hcarliif upon tlio pulltlonof Mary M.
Knight , the oxccutrU of the lad will nud testa
ment ofJ.L. II. Knight deceased , iiraylngfor
A license to icll thu nw > f oftho : mvUland tbo swy
of the nwM , and the n or the iwM tlie nH of
tbo BOH and the eH of the nc'f of rrctlon ! . ' town-
Eblp 16 ratige 17 , lii Ouster county , Nebraska , for
the purpose of paying tbo Ucbta allowed uKalnst
cald egUtoaud costs of the administration of Bald
estate , there not being sufficient personal prop
erty to pay said debts and eipcnscs.
It Is therefore ordered by the court that all per
rons interested In siilJ estate appear before eald
court at the court room In Hrokeu llow , Nebraska ,
oil the & ! nd day of Juno , 1899 , nt 10 o'clock a. in. ,
to show cause why allouneo ehoold not bo grant
ed to tbo said executrix to sell so ranch of the
above described real estate of gild decuased at
shall bo necessary to pay eald debts and expenses.
And it la further ordered that eald notice shall
bo ylven ] ij publishing a copy of tills order at
least four woelu iu ( lie Castor Couuty Ronubll-
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ran , u newgpaper printed at Uroked Dow , Nel ,
II M. GUIMRB , Judge 1'rOBlddlliR.
At Broken Bow , Saturday Evening ,
May (5th. (
The same show that played
World's Fair , Chicago , 180 nights.
Come and enjoy life. The hardest
show in the world to encourage to
play small towns , The hottest show
on earth. The most popular show
for bald headed men. Price Gfty
cents all over the house. Reserved
scats now on salo.
"Awordtotlio wise 'B ' sufllolent , "
and u word from ibo wise should bo
Bullluleut , but you ask , who are ( tie
wleoV TUOBO who know. The oft re
peated experience of trustworthy persona
may bo taken for knowledge. Mr. W.
M. 'Curry s&ya Clmmuorlalu'B Cougu
Itomedy gives bettor eatlstnctlon than
any other In the market. Ho has been
In the drug business ntEktons ) Ky , , ( or
twelve years ; lias sold hundreds ot bottles
tles of tins remedy und neatly all otber
cough medicines manufnoturcd , which
shows conclusively Unit Chamberlain's
Is the moat sntlefsotory to the people.
For sale by all druggists.
tlurllngton Route California Excunloni
Cheap ; quick ; comfortable.
Leave Omaha 4:30 : p. m. Liu-
doln 0:10 p. m. and Ilastings 8:50 :
p. m. every Thursday , in clean ,
modern , not crowded tourist sleep-
era. No transfers ; oars run right
through to Sun Francisco and Los
Angeles over the Scenic Route
through Denver and Salt Lake City.
Cars are carpeted ; upholstered in
rattan ; Lave spring seats and backs
and are provided with curtains ,
bedding , towlos , soap , etc. Uni
formed porters and experienced ex
cursion conductors accompany each
excursion , relieving passengers of
all bother about baggage , pointing
out sbjoots of interest and in many
other ways helping to make the
overland trip a delightful oxpor-
iotioo. Sooond class tickets are
honored. Berths $5.
For foldpr giving full informa
tion , call at nearest Burlington
Route ticket oflioo , or write to J.
Francis , general passenger agent
Omaha , Neb.
E. B. Mullins ,
Physician - and - Surgeon ,
Sargout , Nobr.
Clinton Day ,
1'IIVHICIAN AMI ) HUUQKON
Hrokon Bow , Neb.
Olllco ever Ityoreon's grocery. Reel }
donoo Oth lioueo woetof linptiet ohurch.
Dr. Chas. L. Mullins
PllYHlOIAN AND SUUQUON.
Oflioo ever post oflioo. RoHitloueo
Doctor Pennlngrton ,
Member N.A.R.8. Kx-AialaUut Burgeon Ht. Jo
and Q. I. It. U ; also K , & O. It , It. Late Krad
unto of the UnlYOralty of I'onuBylTRnitx. Offlc
three doors eonth of Bd McComaa drug ttore
All cull i 111 led , day or ulgut.
J , J , SNYDER ,
- Notary Public , -
and Justice of the 1'cauo. Special iiltontlun giv
en to collections. Depositions titliun , pension
vouchers neatly executed , and nil kinds of Ic nl
impiird written. Olllcu weft flldo sijuiiro , Jlrokou
vus nndjJcstlmateB on | ebort no
tleo. Broken How , Nob.
DRR. . II. McCROSSON ,
ENN & noiuus ,
All rflnde of work In our line done
iromptly nnd In llret-olnaa order. Red
Ihop on the corner , west of the IIOBG
IOUBO. Qlvo us a trial.
Sol I rlinfiii | In nny lonfilli plccon deslfcd. ( Jar-
put wcatliiK ( tolled . I'rfr
MTU. Jjouifio Raymond ,
\Vcfl of llowcn'n Htorc.
Wm. F. Hopkins ,
CO TU.ACTOI . A3SI
I'lain mid Specifications on nhort notice. Mix
iHtlnl fmnldicd and Imlldliign cnmplotnd cheaper
than any mini In lhn stnto. Hntlpfactlcm guaran
loud in to plans anil poclflcatlons.
OAMBUON &HKESK ,
ATt'OUtftfYH & COUN3KtjLOU3 AT LAW.
Itdi IIIH 8-0 Uunlty lilnck , Drokon How , Nob.
Thos. A. Turnbull ,
UONTUACTOIl AND BuiUHCIt.
Riilhful work done , priccn rraHori-
i\blu and all worn guaranteed.
[ 3rokon Bow , Nebraska.
School and i Church
For School Fiirnlturo , School Supplies
or ( Jlimeh Furniture , I offer the best
terms tlio markut affords ,
JOIIN DECIOUS ,
J3rokou Bow , Nob.
IIIEAL , jiBTATK
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I bave a largo linl of farmn foi
Halo in all parts of llio count , } ' . Low
priccH anil easy terms of payment
Write for prioom.
C. P. JKussell & Co. ,
llavu ranches and lands for sale in
Custcr and adjoining counties ,
Also ranches and lands for
rent term of years.
Dealer in Chattels and Auctioneer.
Biokon Bow , Nob.
If you expect to got west this
spring ask the nearest Burlington
Route agent about the specially re
duced rates now in offoet to Mon
tana , Utah , California , Washington
and Oregon points. Ask about
thorn right away today. They
may bo withdrawn at any moment.
Through tourst sleeping car service
to San Franciaoo and Los Angeles
every Thursday to Butte , Spokane
and Seattle every Tuesday and
Thursday. J. Francis , Fenoral
Passenger Agent , Omaha , 330 Ot
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Price of Dolly bj moll . . . S4 ' 10 prr > car o
Price ot Miiulay b > null $ on pe.u. . - O
lall > nnd Sunun > bj i.icll < u ujp-r > iur e
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FINER THAN EVER !
PHONE , . . . . .
? phone , the Inchest perfection of the inenAVI I f\
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of the ngef now at a price within the *
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PRINCE OF ENTERTAINERS
will entertain a company by th hour. Willni do
and durable. Wlndi up like a clock , nnd to unit lo
that a child e.m operate It. From $ IO to $20 n .l..j
made last fall by hundreds of ilk win by RHIIIP
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Heches Tells funny itories. Will repeat your own \o\cc \ , your fiicnduii. . - .
songs sung to It , or stories told to it , You canmaleyOurownUeconUe.il' ' ) ' .u > .
reproduce them at once as often as desired. Has been known to pay for itself in anisic
e\enlnc Price $ lo , Includes ImprOTed ICagleGraphophone , 1 Extra I.ond Aluiinnuiii
Reproducer , I Concert Horn , Hearing Tubes for "persons. ( If licaihifi tubes for mote
bliould secure at once a sample of our new $20 Slot Maihlne. ScllinuIiVcvildfirc M ulr
Oj bronze. Very attractive , Operates automatically. Requires no attention whatcvei
Can be placed on top of show case or on counter. About 10 Inches hlah and 1imlu
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Harger & BHsh , Western Selling Agts. 904-910 Main St. , Dubtique , lown.
Has a very complete
PERLEY line of
Boots mid Shoes , Wagons , Buggies ,
And a complete
Come nnd see me , and I promise you good goods and
prices as low as the lowest.
S. H. IIURNHAM , I'roMiIont , Lincoln , Nob. H. O , nOttRKS , Oiwhlor , Kronen now.
O I' . I'KULUY , V-l'res , llrokon How J. M K1MKUIIUNO , Aos't Cft-hlcr
First National Bank ,
OF BROKEN J5OW.
General Banking BiiriinefiH Trananctod.
S. II. Utirnlmm. I , . H. Jewctt. K. C.'Cnlbot. o. P. 1'orloy. II. 0. Kogors.
United States National Unnk , Omnlm. Clinso Nallonnl Hani : , Now York. American
KxclmiiL'o Hank , Lincoln. First Notional Hank Urnnd Inland , Flret National Hank ,
North I'lnttc , Nob.
Has No Equal.
The manufacture have in the past winter greatly improved tboir
ormor miu'hino , and it is now without an equal in Nebraska. It is anew
now machine , now patents , and aa an introduction to Ouster county
farmois for the season of 1890 , the msumfaotuiers will make it an object
for thoflo who want to purchase a machine to see their agent before buy
ing. For particulars see or write
WILLIAM MOORE ,
Broken Bow , Nebraska.
Bryan's Hew Book
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