Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, August 22, 1901, Image 1
SUto lilst Librarian Society J. ' VOL , XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 22 , 1901.--EIGHT PAGES. NO , 10 , T h ' - [ y e Of a N e c cl I e V 'I i , ii'-i \vi. r > f din 2 vi y i lii- ' in DM i ii' OH 'h- . i . liUr i M .1 til HUH H i < Irt.'l ( ' , I" iliti IHIHV , liiiinul hoiiM-tt f.1 , \v fi jr-eimr forri ) tiimiill t , . tnlk ( if nil the Opliciaiis in a I CJirii > t.inii'li > in Let nio iel. < vo tfii' , 'in1 ' ' , htiHuifd , o\er tto : ! ml , m mm * IMFIW yo , r norvo'i < CM. r-y , mid take you buck to tti" il i\- \\1 , < n jon never knu.v you li. > t i JOB. t.i.'uhmte of Chlrnirn Oillinlniii' | Collccc. i School Hooks , Tablets - ANl > r 'Schbol Supplies , -AT- J. G. Haeberle's ; Attractions Booked I'ortlio Six nighta , Pcpl. 'J.'ircl lo 28 < li , the Lennon Stock Oompany. Ono niclit , October ISib , the Which is Who1 Company. One night , Outober 31at , Wooil nnil Ward , in their Juliy Jiii lint ; Farce , A " I he Merry Tramps. " s Ono nit-lit , Jnnunry 23rd , "Mnionoy's Day. " Pickling vinegars at J. C. Bowi H. Low rates to Lincoln. iNelirasKti State Fair. . .September U lo Ii , the Burlington Route will sell round trip tiokils lo Lincoln at half rates , pins 00 cents for admission to Stale Fair. ThU will bo "slip big hboiv. " § 18,000 has been spout thin year hi permanent improvt mnnte on the fair grounds. 130,000 in cash prem iums , All entriest-xoopt speed froo. Ask noanst agent Burlington Route , for further information. To TUB DKAP A'rush laily , cured or i i Dualnt'Hs and NoiKOri in the llt-ad by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Knr DriiuiH , gave 8'2ri,000 to his In stitute , so that deaf people unable lo procure the Ear Drums , may have them fr 'i > , Address No. D Hit , The Nicholson Institute , VSO , Eight AvunuO , New York , janil ly I School Books And I ISg ISR Supplies g Arc tilings the school child ren need. We have .the most com plete line of school supplies in Western Nebraska. We sell them at Bottom Prices. Come and let us figure on your school supplies. Come in and Examine - OUKMNJE. - Ed McOomas , Kj Broken Bow and Merna. $ nj 19 ] A New Line of Buggies , ' Surreys , Spring "Wagons , and Farm Wagons. . ' G.W.Apple. Local h j Mention. JdXclctj rir-J.r' . r' . HH' Col. V. 0. Tnlbol of llalsuy wan n city visitor yesterday. N.T. G.idd inatlo a businoHS trip to Thodford last Saturday. Nellie Amsborry of Mason Oily \S \ visiting in tbo city willi relatives. 11 K. Atkisson and llotiry Kelley wore donrn from Anselmo yester day , Cflllnway and Broken Bow ball club will play in tbia city Friday afternoon. Hoc \V. D. Blackwoll at Farmers Bank for Fire , Cyclone and Torna- d > insurance. V-H tf Alrn. I. A. Harris and children nro visiting in Indiana with rela tive. Simon Cameron in back from a visit of several weeks in Chicago with a brother. Money loaned on improved farms. JAM us' LUUWIOII , 7 is tf Broken Bow , Nubr. S D. Bulolirr informs us that ho baH bought tbo Christian church parsonage ami has * moved to the city. ' J. K. Adamson and wife rolnrued from Shi'ridon Fiidny of laHt week , where they spoiif several days re cuperating. \V. 13. Poor's father and mother , who have boon visiting with him the past month , returned to Grand Inland Tuesday. Attorney J. B. Smith made a nirfincHH visit lo Mason City lhu- irHt of 'ho week. Ho was accomp anied by hiri son Carl Mrs. Adalino M. Hall loft Satnr- lay for Chicago where she will buy i flock of milliner goods for Mri. Jredmore'rt fall trado. II. B Drake of the firm of Wil- * on & Drake left the first of the week for the eait to purohaso a tall stock of goods for bin firm. C. E Gaudy came in from Jlast- nus I'ucsday night , for a few dayp visit. Ho Ins employment witli tiie Mctripolitan Hotel : t Ilaelings. P. 11. Munk has severed his con- icction with John & Kncrr and will run an auction store in the building on the corner south of the Grand Central Hotel. Prof John G. Lewis returned the irst of the wok from Taylor , Loup county where h held to weeks reaolu-rs institute , llifl brother Garland assisted him. Will L Rule the managerof Fost er & Smith Lumber Co. announces the death of P. D. Smith senior inctnlicr of his linn lie was bur ied at Lincoln Aug. 21 , UiOl. The Omaha D.fily Nuwa states that P.inl . , the 10 jcar old son of Kov. C.V. . Brinstrtd of Umulm war. seriously and pprhapHJJialallyinjured Tuesday morning. 'J'ho boy wax helping his mother move a heavy book ease when it toppled over and he was cauuht underneath it , His collar bono was broken and he was internally injured. Something over a hundred went to Alliance to witnesa the ball games hot ween llavelook and Alh- anoo and the Broken Bow nine and Alliance. Alliance was the victors in both instance * the Heo.ro was 5 lo 10 ovar llavolock and 11 to 29 ovot Broken Bow. The outcome was neither profitable ) or glorious an fai a our homo team was cone mod , but thofio who made the I rip report a good time which they count worlli all they were out. While at Lincoln the 1st of thoweek wo visited the Nebraska Printing Co'ti. place ol bushiccs. It baa very 'much ' the appearance of ft Broken Bow institution , as eeveral former Broken Bow oitiz.'iirt are conneotcd with it. 11 E. Wright formerly of Broken Bow is otio of tlio ownwre. II. L. Frazirr has oharyo of thu 1 make up , " Herman Wergeris fore man of the pruss room and Ernie Worger is one of the pressmen. They all were formerly citiz MIS of Broken Bow. The inbtltution is doing a thriving business and has twenty-oiio hands connected with the institution including thn two proprietors. They krnp four job presses running all the time. Ol the emyloyop , nine ate girls. The bulk of the company's business is getting out counter tablets , but is not confined to that exclusively. They Invo on hand one order for 15,000 book covers and another or der for ,20,000 illustrated circulars G. O. .loymer and wife , of Merna. wt-ro city visitors Monday. Will U.ivis returned from the Black Ilill's country Sunday morn ing Mrs. C. M. Forsoyth was sovorly kickeil , by a how Tuosdny and as a result hho is yet conlined to her bed. Bent Osborn of West Liberty , Iowa > arrived in the oily Tuesday nighl on a visit with hi * parents and friends. Mine host , C ! ! Kennedy of the Commercial hotel has scarcely hern able to navigate the past week , owing ( o a crippled too. Attorney D. B. Jonkfl left Tuea- Iny morning on a business trip to Wisconsin Ho expects to be ab sent for eight or ton days. Look out for Munk'rt Auction Store , September 1st , northeast iornor public hquare , south ol Grand. Central Hotel. 822 tf llov. Charles Kilmer , of the Church of God , will preach at the lortli side opera bourn1 , Sunday , August 25 , at 11 a. m All nro imled. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kimbcrling are the proud parents of a girl biby that was born to thorn 'list ' Friday. Mother and child reported getting along nicely. Dr. Witberu , Omaha painless den tist will be at Globe hotel , August 0 , and ; tl. See him for up to date lental work tit Omaha prices. 22 years experience. Snyder Broc. and Will Penn , in a few days will move into the loublo room rrcently vacated , ; > y Thompson , RuUlc & Slovene , to jettor accommodate their increas ing stoolt and trade. J.J. Snyder and wife returned Friday night from their trip to the 131ack Hills. After leaving Dome Lake two xvooks ago they spent their time al- Hot Springs South Dakota ajid vicinity. The Calholio church of Djle will lold their annual picnic at Dale , nxt Wednesday the 28 In the orenoon will bo a literary and nusical , in the afternoon a ball ramo and a dance at night. Claud Kem arrived in the city riioBdjty night on a vacation from Washington , w hero ho has a position n the census department. AH ho tad not written his pistore he was joming they wore taken by surprise on his arrival. Our attention has been called to ho fact that the name ol W. S. Joyse , the republican nominee for city assessor was omtnited from our > nblished report of the lominoes , Wo also observe that WP left oil' the name of J. M. [ vimberling the nominee for town ship trasurc. Since the name of I L ) . Glaze has been , addid s city lust c of which no 'ormer ' motion lias been made. Prof. H. H. lliiUt who has been ippointo'l to tnko jfiargo of the i'lucalional ' inlerest of the island of aiiam. in'oniH us that bo will eave in a few days to embark on the transport Sheridan , which is listed to Icavi San Frrnoifco Sep tember 1st. Mr. Hiatt has boon a resident of this oounly for several years. Ho is exceptionally well equipped and qualified for the work in the which ho IB about to engage , llu is a graduate ol the Iowa State University , in which ho took clas sical and normal courses Ho wan for years engaged in University Preparatory work and wan afterward omplovod us pnnoipln of public schools in Iowa and Nebraska in which capacity his Illness and quali fications as an educator were fully demonstrated. For two yearp ho had charge of the Broken Bow schools and while tilling this posi tion was elected Superintendent of Public Instruction of the county , a position ho tilled for a period of six years. Last year ho had charge of the Sargent schools and had been re-employed at the lime of his appointment. His wife , who will accompany himis also a graduate eli i ho Iowa Stato. University. An exporiencpd teacher , fhe * will bo able to materially assist him in his IIMW liled of labor. In the depar ture of Mr. Hiatt our county lot-sos one of its foronioftt educators , U. A11. . The old soldiers of Samuel Rico Post 'JflO of Merna Neb , hid u surprise for Mrs , -11. P , Stanford on last Saturday afternoon August 10th. Shortly after Podl mooting they repaired to the residence of Mr. ano Mis. L M. Lew Hi whore the G , A. K. ladies had previously invited Mrs Stanford to enjoy n social and partake of ice cream and cake. When they gathered around the table and nil was apparently ready to servo icu cream , Com- ndo J. M. Fcdgo informed Mis. Stanford ihnt com ratio Towlo had something to say to her. Comrad I'owlo informed her that the moin- beis oftho post had desired tofurtjior formmally express their kind re gards for the ininy services she had rendered in f mulshing music on memorial days and they desired to express their thanks by presenting her with a line album In rerponco she thankud them Very much for the gift , but more for their myny kind regards. Icu cream and cake was served and all had an enjoyable time. Those present wore Mr. and MISS W. Losvis comrads Brown , Kilfoil , Towlo , Graham , Brook and commander J. M. Fodge. Ladies pri'si ' nt worn Mrs J. A. Colcman , Broi-k , Hong , Mon/iry , Cory , Stan ford , M SPS Iris Towlo , Ella Graham and Josie Cory. u.vs uusiMiss Prof. C. W. Kotish , has the low er rooms of the Business College building nearly ready for occupancy. We went through the buildinn Mon day evening , in with Prof. Roush. He has his furniture in readiness for the openning Sept * 2. 0. 11. Conrado who had the contract for making twenty live largo tables , for the study looms-has them complo ed and they an being stained and varnished atd put in plaoo. ' From present piospcEts the school will open with a large attend ance Prof. Rounh Ins secured an able corps of teacheis to associate with him , who ospooially qualified for their roapectivo departments The insiruolors unployed are , E. P. Cool of Hiuon , Ohio , S. S. Hay man of Grand Island , Miss Nellie L liccd of Council Bluil's , and Mies. Olive Joss up , of Iowa. Prof. Hay- man hm had twentj five years experience as teacher and has the reputation nf being one of the best instructors in peusmanvhip the country affords. The buinccs and shorthand dc- partnenls will be first cla s , while Lho other departments will not bo Ln'hind them. The building will bo one of iho just and most covenioutly arranged jusiness colleges in Iho state. ' Epuorlli League Limn social , - The Epworth League of the M. E church will give a Lwn Social it the home of Mr. and Mrs Com aden on next Wednesday evening August 28 , 1001. Como and hoar the Grand Now Musical Instrument. "Tho Gtilo- [ ) hono. The following program will be given. Music Orchestra fvec Lula Lowe Pantomime The Engagement Muaio Orchestra Solo Hov. Knight Music Galophono Music Orchestra I'OlltMt AllirilH Hulls Abbesa Lad. a year old. Pre mium calf of TrnnK-MissisBippi Ex position Omaha I two year old , 2 one year olds. Price $100 per head. Thceo arc the best hulls that I had. JOHN A. AMHIIIIHV. ; 8 22 2t Mason City , Nebr. Hancst Home The l'2th annual picnic of the Dougla Grove and Lee Park farm er's Clubs , will bo hold in Win. Murray's grove on Thursday , Aug ust , 29. Program of the day commencing at two o'clock in the arternoon is as follows. Music Orchestra Welcome W. G. Eastman Pros. Lee Park Club. RoHponeo M. E. Vandcnbetg. Music Wescott Club. IJeclamation Bertha Shorbcck. Address , . . . "Some of the social and Financial Aspects of Furm Life" II. F. Molntosh , odilor Neb. Furtuor. Music , Orchestra Address , "Tho part Womoii play in History" . Prof. Scott , Broken Bow. M usio , Wc-BOott Club. Declamation , Dora Moon Music , . . . , Orchestra. E very-body como early and lot us have such an enjoyable time that it will bo reft-rod to as the happiest of our lives , Basket Dinner. lining Sale Commencing August I ) , 1001 , at JOHN&KNERE'SBIG STORE , 10 Discount FOR 30 DAYS ON Dry Goods , Boots and Shoes , Gents Furnishing Goods , Hats and Caps , Queensware , and Stone Ware. Now wo uood money nnd wo have u larger stock than we want to carry over , and wo hnvn decided to take iho next thirty days to > reduce our stock. 3-r'So take advantage of the and buy while Goods are Cheat ) . Bring m your Batter , Eggs > Potatoes and all other Country Produce and get the Top Prices for it , and the Bottom Prices on Goods. Whore is this thisKNERR'S KNERR'S , Big Store , East End Realty Block , Broken Bow , Nebraska. S5 oo Itcwartl. I will puy five dollars for the arrest and conviction ol the party or parties that took the oases with empty pop bottles from the depot last week. E. WKiSHNnicnicu. 8 If. 41 roit in-isv. Two rooms , suitable f r Hludonlfl or light house keeping. Enquire at this oflico. tf. fliiirltcl iteport for Today. WJumt g .17 llarluy So Outs j .au Corn .61) Kyu 40 llutlor 10 KK B ' , OH rotntooa , per bugliol 1.85 Ontoiic. per Imsliol 1.60 lloiiH , ] inr pouiul , , .05 .SiiriiiL-Clilckenn , iior do/on 3.00 110K 5.00 COWH > a.76 < a 3.00 stiois , jxro a i.oo TurLoya , pur nound . . .15 hlr w , iicruwt .10 liny , Nuw , | ) ( ! r ton , , 5.0U THE BROKEN BOW BUSINESS ' NORMAL SCHOOL Oponu Nlontlny , September 2 , IOOI. Prepare to be with us. Our departments are complete. We can g-ive you a thoroug-h business education , also our Shorthaud Department is complete and up-to-date. " ( Pitman System. ) " If you desire to teach , attend our Normal Department. Pen Art , and Telegraphy , is also taught. Write , or call and bee us. us.G. . W. ROTJSH , Pres. FOSTER & SMITH LUMBER CO. , Always have the bout quality of Lumber and other building ma terials at the Lowest Paces. 'Phono No. 70 ; W. L. RULE , Manager , W T' W W W W W For a First Class Smoke Try the Martial and I 1 1 Corona Grande' & MANUFACTURED BY- H. DALBEY , . , &v Broken Bow , Nebraska.