Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1902)
TER COUNTY BEPUBLICAN.
v/OL / , XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTEH COUN1Y , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 13 , 1902-EiGHT PAGES , NO , 35
Jillfllt OllO.UO , till ) > . ! ( ' .It
Inwjor ( jinlor. hnviiiu IIMIVIM !
uf i1 il-B gliti d njo. It1 o nniuy
oilier"uid nut wini. to nao
ulnsst'f. A I'L'rtaiu nulge , ho-
J fniiM\l.dll iiiappcnrcii quite
ol'.on , obHeruiitf liow Mr.
Glioato held his MBS at arni'n
I length nnd then read with dif
ficulty , Raid : "Mr. Olioato , I
would advise you to net ono of
twolhinga , cither a pair of
or u pnir of ylnsscp. "
Which will you huvo ?
of C'hlciiL'o Outhnlmlc College.
School Hooks ,
School Supplies ,
J , G. Haeberle's :
If you want -coal quick , oall
Foit SALK Barn , KixlS feet. J ,
A , AKMOUU. 1-10 tf
Snyder Bros , have a large assort
ment of winter goods that they are
closing out al bargains.
For Sak Ono registered Abhor
deen bull. S. L. GLOVRH&SON.
1 30 4t Woisfiort , Nebraka.
When you want a physic that is mild
and gentle , ensy to take und pleasant
in ell'oct UFO Chamberlain's Stoniuuh
and Liver Tabletn. Price , 25 cents.
Sample free. Kvery box guaranteed.
For sale by J. G. Hubherle.
Colloiu makes an Assignment.
A A Collom ban made an assign
ment of his stock of grocerivs to
his creditors He retains the book
accounts. We understand the
creditors have appointed .1. A.
Farrell as assignee.
En. RKfuiiLiCAN. In your issue
of January iiOlhan editorial appears
upon the question of the advisability
of calling a ono days SOHSIOII of a
"Farmers " the
tion of "forage cropn. " I think the
above Hibjeot ono of great impor
tance to the farmers ot CuHter coun
ty and heartily concur in the views
as ( JxprosHcd by the "practical farm
er. " Custer county is all right for
what it is intended for. Lot us get
together and dioouss this important
question. J. G. PAINTRR.
Don't lot the hand of tune pimt
wrinkles on your face. Keep
young , by keeping the blood pure
and the digestive organs in n
l-oallhful condition. IIERBINE
will do this- Health is youth , dis
ease and sickness brings old age.
Price , 50 cents. 13d. McComas ,
Broken Bow and Morna.
Clias Red fern of Ooonto was n
hiittinrH * caller Fr.dny.
O. G. Smith of Merua , was a
pleasant caller Tuesday.
Will if- Cad well left on a business
trip to Fremont this morning.
If 3 on intend to build call at
Dierks Lumber Co. and gel prioer.
Money loaned on improved farms ,
JAM us LKDWICII ,
7 18 tf Broken Bow , Nebr.
Albert Swiok called MonJay and
had his name enrolled for the Ric
Ed. Ilaumont of Elton , called
Alondpy and ordered the REPUBLI
CAN sent to his address.
A. II. Poster of Myrtle township ,
was a city visitor yesterday. Tin *
ollico acknowledges a pleasant call.
John ftlulvanoy of Mason City
was in the oily Monday an a mem
ber of the G A It , Relief Commis
A. J Johansonthe accomadating
clerk in MeComas' drug store left
Monday night on a visit to Oakland
to visit his parents. Ho will return
Libby Brenizor came up Monday
night from Lincoln to spend a few
days ? t home , as this is charter
week at the University her re
Dilations are omitted.
E. J.Thomas left Tuesday nij/hl
on a visit to Kansas City to see his
son snd other acquaintances in that
burg. Ho does not expect te be
gone more than a week or two.
N. B. Predmoro of Woht Union
was a friendly caller at this otlicc
Monday. Ho war in the city to
attend the meeting of the G. A. R
relief Commission of which be is : >
When pain or irritation exists on
any part of the body the application
of-BALLARD'S SNOW LJNI-
MENF will civo prompt relief.
Price , 26 and 50 cents. Ed. Mo
Comas , Broken Bow and Morna.
F. II. Reed and wife of Arnold
wore visitors in this city the first of
the weekthey Were gueHlH of J. C.
Robinson. Mrs. Reed i the pro-
priotorets as the Kingman Hotel at
Arrold. She had this ofli-jo print
meal tickets for her while her.
MAKRIRU Welch Sigournoy , at
the M. E. parsonage yesterday
Ruy J ? , Welch and Miss Valley V
Sigouruoy both of Borwyn. Rev ,
Geo. P. Trites ollioiathg. The
REPUBLICAN nonpatulatcH tbo high
contiacting parties and wish them
long lives of prosperity and liappi
Chas. Pcnncommandmcnt of the
Soldiers Home at Mil ford was IP
the city a couple of days the latter
port of laist week While hero he
disposed of $2700 worth ot mining
stock in the Black Hills. He stillB
owns enough of the stock to make
him rich should the mines developo
what its promoters anticipate.
Nervous children arj almost al
ways tbin children. The "out.door-
boy" is soldon norvoup. W HITE'S
CREAM VERMIFUGE is the best
preventive of nervousness. It
strengthens the system and assists
to that sort of llesh , which creates
strength and power of endurenco.
Piite , 25 cents. Ed McComas ,
Broken Bo.v and Merna.
E F. Ban in an of Wayne town
ship was a friendly caller at this
cilico Friday. Ho has boon a resi
dent of the county fourteen years
but it was his first visit to the city.
He came on business relating to the
county records. Ho cxpreHsed
himself very favorably impressed
with the county seat and its people
the county olhVors and especially of
the cordial treatment ho received in
the oflio'j of register of deeds.
Dr. Hunna of Aneley was a city
visitor jestorday ,
Chas. Redforn of Ocouto was a
welcome caller at this office Inst
FOR RRNT a well improved
farm , JAMES LKDWICII ,
Broken Bow , Neb.
J. II. II ser of Ansloy has accep
ted u position as travling Salesman
lor the Deering Harvesting Co.
1 have for rent 100 acres of good
corn ground three and a half miles
from Broken Bow. J. G. PAINTER ,
Miss Delia Prottyman and Ralph
of Comstook wore married
on the 27th of Januprj by Judge
Mr. Scott has moved on to the
Harry Hammond larin in Union
Valley , recently purchased by D.
W. Rockwell ,
A. T. Sims , landlord of the Col.
tago Hotel at Ansloy has quit the
hotel business , with the intention
of moving on his farm five miles
south east of this city.
A teachers meeting will bo hold at
Oconto SaturdayFeb. 22 , commenc
ing at , 10 n , m. Another will be
hold al Mcina , Saturday , March 1.
Interesting programs have boon
Finance committee of the county
board has been chocking up the ex
treasurer M. E. Schneringer this
week. The members of the oom-
millee are G. II. Thorp , J. W. Con-
lev and II , P. Savage.
Mr ) . A. Moore , who has been in
Iowa for several months , has re
turned to Callaway , with her son ,
Clark , where Mr. ftlooro ban again
located in business. Their daugh
ter , Lena , is teaching in Iowa.
E. R. Douglas of the firm of
Kastham & Douglas purchased Mr ,
Eantham's interesl in the Com
mercial Livery & Feed barn last
Monday. The UICIHIHLIOAN wishes
Mr. Douglas abundant success in
i ho business.
G. W. Newton a merchant of
Blair is in the oily with the view of
locating in the uoncral merchandise
business. Mr. Newton was formerly
a resident of this , county , a first
class citizen and wo would bo pleased
od to have him locate.
Warran Lang , of the West Table
accompanied by his father G. L.
Lang of Lbiiox Iowa made this of.
lice a friendly call last Friday. Ilia
father and mother who have been
visiting in this county the pasl
three weeks loft Friday night for
their home in Iowa.
Arrangements are being made to
hold a Farmers Institute in Broken
Bow. March 5 , afternoon and even
ing , by the request of E. A. Bur
nett , superintendent of tbo Depart
ment of Farmers Institutes of the
State University. Chancolor An
drews and Dr. Peters Will bo here.
riH Troll as Supt. Burnett , if wanted ,
provided ihoir dates do not conflict.
frank G. Stephens , son ol Iho
propriolor of Iho Crole Nurseries ,
is here in Die interest of Ins firm ,
.uid will endeavor to call on all
who are interested in trees , small
fruits and ornamontalH. While the
responsibility of most nurseries
ends with the delivery of the trees
the Crete Nursero has always bp-
lieviul ( hat the Nurseryman should
do more for the planter than sim
ply to supply the trees , by helping
him to grow them. For this pur
pose Mr. Stephens will also call
personally next hiiimnor on each
customer who buys of him , to re
place any trees that may not live ,
and to suggest the most sucoesiful
malhods of onllnre. Ho brings
the beat of recommendations and
testimonials from the North Loup
and Middle Loup valleys where ho
has followed this plan for six yo.'irs
It pays to buy of one who takes a
personal interest in your success.
S. P. GROAT & CO.
Wish to call attention to their hrge stock of Hardware , Furniture , Qtieensware , Wagons , Buggies , Barbed
Wire , Nails , Etc. C ® " Wo soil the Universal Stoves and Ranges the Best Made. 'Parties buying stoves
and rangob from us , will save half of their money. Sportsman come and got Blue Rook Pigeons of us. Wo
are going to soil several carloads of Wagons and High Grade Buggies al a
J , A. Evans of Spring Crook was
a city viBitor Saturday.
MifiH Dellia Richtmyor of Anslcy
commenced a two months hchcol in
Iho Union Valley district Monday.
Mrs. Mary Brown wont to Lin
coln yesterday morning to visit her
BOH Mike , who is in the employ of
F. II. Young loft Tuesday night
on a business trip to Now York
City , Ho will probably bo gene a
couple of weeks. !
A teachers mooting was held at
Ansloy last Saturday , Supt. Lewis
and Ex-Supl. J , J. Tooloy wore in
attendance Irom ibis place.
Dr. Talbol and sons have 400
head of cattle at JossGandy's ranch
HIX miles south west of town. They
are in charge of George Overtoil.
Mrs. C C. Biggerstaff recently
bought a quarter section of land in
Tappcn Valley , owned by Judge
Holoumb. Considoralion $2-100.
Minn , Lillie Adams of Saunders
County arrived in this city last
Thursday night on avihit with her
sister Mrs , L. A. WollH jusl west
Howard Kerr of Ansloy a mem
ber of Co. M. of Iho firsl Nebraska
regiment who was wounded in Iho
Phillipine Islands ban been awarded
a pension of $0.00 a month , with
$152 back pay.
Parties wishing to buy cattle to
put on the spring range will do
well to investigate the advertise
ment of Thuet Bros , , Union Stock
Yards , South Omaha , which appears
in the RUPUIU.ICAN.
Dr. C. W. Hakes has an article
in this isHiiuo criticising the state
ment filed by sheriff Armstrong.
We auggcflt to the county board
that it contains charges that calls
for a thorough investigation ,
Dave Hillivan , who left Sargent
for Idaho a few years ago. has re
cently struck it quite rich out there.
He writs that ho has boon prospect
ing for gold lalely , and ho and two
oi'iit-r parties recently sold one
claim for 30,000. Ho still has six
claims of his own and an interest
in over twenty more. Ho is now
out prospecting for the company
thai bought his mine. The claims
are located in the Thunder Moun
tain region about 180 miles north
of Boise. Davo'n many friends
will bo pleased to hear of his good
fortune. Sargent Era.
The party is a brother to B. W.
Hillivan ot this city.
Another Hank Deal.
Tuesday the Ansley Banking-
Co , of which C. J. Stevens was
president and P. M. Rublee vice
president sold to the new firm ,
The Ansley State Bank. The
members of the new Bank arc
P. II. Young- , president ; T. L.
Varncy , vice president ; C. Mac-
key , cashier ; and B. J. Ticrney.
Tlie new organisation began
business on the 11 , but the old
firm will continue for a time un
til it gets the business of the old
linn in shape to turn over to the
new bank. P. H. Younjj is
president of the Custer National
Bank and is well known to the people
ple of Custer county. T.T.Varney
is the Postmaster at Ansley and
is a successful business man and
very popular in that vicinity. C.
Mackey luu > been eng-agcdin bank
ing previously and is one of Cusler
county's successful business
men. Per some time after coming
ingto the county he did a private
banking business of his own at
Westcrvillc. The KKPUHUCAN
predicts a successful career for
the new firm. We understand
the President of the Ansley
Banking-Co. , C. J. Stevens will
continue in business in Ansley
where he still owns a store , the
llowering- mill , the electric light
plant , besides a number of farms
in the vicinity.
LOW BtATKM NOIt'ri\Vlr.H'r.
Via llurlinirtoii itoiitu.
To HIlllnCK , Mont $15 ( XI
To Coily , wyo . . . IS 7d
To Helena anil HiiUo 'JU 00
To Spokane , Was W 6u
To Portland Tncomn , Heatttr and
ItoeHluncl BO 26 00
Above I'HteH will be in elleut evury day
in March and April from Missouri river
terminals and from nearly all stationR
on U. & M. II. H.
A wonderful opportunity to vUit the
The Uiu' Horn Uaeinof Wyoming ia a
country of reivt reaoureeB and now un
developed. It baa just l.een made ac-
cosBiblo hy a new line of the Burlington
Route , and presents ninny attractions
to the houu'.secker
Folder on liig Horn Rusin free on re
For tickets , rates , or additional in
formation anply to nearest a ent ,
Hurlington Route , orvrito to
,1. FllANClS ,
General 1'ABBenuer Agent.
85.40 Omaha , Nebr.
Preaching service both morning
and evening by Rev. Richards , at ,
11 a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. The pub
lic is cordially invited.
KPIHCOl'Al , OIIUHCII.
1st Sunday in Lent , February 10 ,
morning service nnd sermon at 11
a. m. Vcppor sotvico and sermon
at 7:30 : p. m. All are cordially in.
vitod. Walton Hall Doggott , rec
Revival meetings are now in
progress at the Jackson cchool
house 5 miles east of town Services
each evening inclu ling Sunday
evening at the church in town
preaching morning and evening.
Morning subject , "A Mocsogo to
the church , " In ihe evening J. R.
Sirool IB to proaoh. The pastor
will preach at Custer Center at 3
p. m Sunday. A cordial welcome
to all these services. H , E. Myers ,
M. 1C. ClIUKCII.
Soryiccs in the M. E. church
Sunday morning and evening at
11 a. m. and 7:30 The special
effort oonlinuos Lot all who can
come. At the evening service MIHS
Hannah Lyle will sing , "Tho Holy
Cily. " Gee , P. Tritos , Pastor.
Simvioun Bible School , Sunday ,
10 a. m. Lords Suppor. Sunday ,
11 a. m. Preaching , Sunday , 11:110 :
a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. Y. P. S. C
E. , Sunday , 0:30 : p. m. Prayer
meeting , Wednesday , 7:30 p. m.
SuiuucTri Bible School Lasson
"Tho Second Persecution , " Acts ,
5:2r12. : . Y. P. S. C. 1C. topic :
"Tempted and Tried , " II Cor.
1013 ; ; Hob. 2:17181:1510. : ; : .
Prayer meeting , topic : "Method of
Gospel Expansion , " Acts 1:0 : ; Mall.
28:10-20 : Morning sermon :
"Scriptural Purpose and Method of
Giving. " Evening sermon , "Hoiip-
tural Basis of Christian Union. "
AH are cordially invited to any and
all so'moen. Bo on time and bring
vour bibles. C. V , Allison , minis
MUCH SIIANI.HY of Brownlce ,
Cherry county , Tuesday. His
remains were shipped here this
morning- for burial. The funeral
will be held in the Catholic church
to-morrow at 10 o'clock , under
the auspices of the Woodman of
which he was a member. The
deceased was formerly a resident
of this city and had a harness
shop. He leaves a wife and
several small children.
D. A. LKWIS at his residence
in the west part of the city this
morning- 3 o'clock. The de
ceased was one of the oldest resi
dents in this part of the county ,
lie had been in poor health for
the past year or more and for the
past three months has required a
constant attendant. He was an
old soldier and member of the G.
A. R. post of this place and had
been under the direct care of that
6rder for the past three months.
He leayes a wife and several
small children. The funeral will
be conducted at the M. "E. church
at 2 o'clock to-morrow.
If that last coal did not give Hat-
Isfaotion try Foster & Smith Lum
ber Co. 'Phono 70.
Market Iteport for Today.
Wheat 5 .ft )
Corn ' 15 © f > l
Hyu < iu
] 'iluli ' , per IjiiHluil I ' . ' 5
Onlniii' . pur liimbfll 1.11
Ctiiokunp , pnr pound , .111
IIOKI" , fi.lli
Cows K2.00 ft'.tO
SfioiB J3.fi ) ( in I.Ill (
Turkuyn , pur pound Id
Straw. | ior cxvt ,10
llsjr , Now , i > er ton ( l.dl
SUK' ' r , per cwt 6 O'J
Paints , i
Drug Store. ? J
Job printing at this ollico.
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkins * drug store.
Pepsin Gum , two packages tor a
nickel at WILKINH' PIIAUMACY.
Dr. T. W. Bass , dentist , ellioo
northwest corner of Realty block.
Money to loan on imptoved
farniH Mooitic A TAYLOH , Realty
Block. 1-23 tf
FOR SALIC CIIICAP North oatt
quarter unctions 30-10-17 , Douglas
Grovo. 11 , W. Hammond Broken
WANTKU Horses and mules at
Wards barn Kebuary ft.
JAILic II. MILLKU.
A few comforters and blankets
can bo had at Snyder Bron. Big
Double Store for less than you can
buy the material and make them ,
call and see.
( Jrotiin Separators for farm use
# 1lo * tt , Agents wanto.l. J. U.
McDANiui. , Papillion , Neb.
Wanted Millet nnd cano seed.
Market price paid. Guo. WILLING.
1 20 31
Snyder Bros , hnva a large and
CDniploto line of dress goods , ladies
furnishing goods and their prices
arc right. They can save you
money. Call and see them for barg
Fou SALU Loin 1 , 2 , 7 und 8 ,
block 5 , in Jewell's addition to
Broken Bow. Enquiio at this
oflioe. 11-21 tf
For insurance and real ostalo go to
Moorcifc Taylor , in Realty Block.
Fen SAUC OH TIUDU Town lotu
and a few live acre lots in this city ,
for cattle , horses or farm land.
feb28 tf ALLAN RKVNKK.
Farms for salu and lands for lent.
Now is tbo tune to get a farm cheap ,
as the cheap farms are all going ,
and prices arc advancing rapidly.
J. G. BUUNIZKU.
Thoroughbred Poland China.
Foit SALU Thoroughbred poland
china male hoge , old enough for
service for $15 CO.
1-23 tf G. R. itUBSOM.
Diorka Lumber Co. has in stock a
oar load oi fine cedar posts for Iho
The old and reliable firm of
Dierks Lumber Co. is the plauo to
go for lumber or coal. A good
supply and grades to meet the wanta
of their customers are always in
.1. G. Haehurle the dniKirist , will n fund
you your iniuioy if you ure not initialled
after UHini ; ChHinuijrlain'H Siomaoh nnd
Kivor Tiiblots. They euro diRordrrs of
the Htouinuh , bilioiisncfla constipation
and heaductu1. Price 25 cents. Sumplea
V&rftf } fo' & !
? } s 7JCC ? IJCK 7JT xtx1 xsC Kt \ -C | / ? - -/Ye TN TRT
I have again laken possession of R *
THE GLOBE HOTEL
And am Ihorcughly cleaning and titling it up svlth mcdern
improvements , thus insuring my guests every comfort , in
cluding clean warm beds and good , honest equaro moaln.
With ibis effort I solicit the patronage of all my old
friends and many now ones.
R. A. "WATTS , Fxrop.
Powered by Open ONI