## Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, March 24, 1904, Image 1

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. ' , . ESTABLISHED 1882. 'l'HE OFli'ICIAL PAPER OF CUS'l'ER COUN'l'Y. : LA GroS' CI1 ATION OF A Y PAPER IN THE COUNTY : . ' . : ' . ' " ' . . . .
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: VOL. XXII. BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 24 , 1904-EIGHT PAGES , ' . " . . , 'N ' t4 ! . . .
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1 hll\'e spent years at the
watchmakers lJench-'ellrs of \$
constant app1ication , practice .
' and stud } ' . No longer than is
. necessary to becolUt' a finisherl
watchmaker , jeweler or en. .
. graver. A genius may do it ill
less time. This genius comcs I
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. sewing machine repair shop , ,
and in 6 months is doing "fine
r . watch repairing. " 1 am not u .
p. " genius-simply a hard workcr- .
. have thoroughly mastcred my
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Tablets. '
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we're bound to pay if you've a de. S
posit with us ) The money is 1118
ways safe , b cl1use our whole c3i. ] ? N
tal stock is balanced against 1t.
. When you want to use it , .imply S
. to a 'check. Your signature be. 8
comes significant. It acquires l
ances. We cordial1y invite you to "
open an account with Ui at any S
time. Money couldn't be put in a
better place.
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. I have moved my office just
, . across the street , in the re of
the Broken Bow State Bank ,
where I will be ple scd to meet
. . all myoId customers as w ll as
new ones. I do abstracting enl v
and am free to answer any ques- I
tione concerning real estate.
J. C. l\'Ioonn ,
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J. W. Hart ofVei sert , was a ;
frIendly caller li'riday.
li'ranlc Brown of Berwyu , made
the RR1 > RDI.ICA office a business
call Monda ) ' .
C. W. Lincoln of Sp1' ngCreek ,
kindly remembered the RRPUBI.I-
CAN office with a social call Fri-
day. ,
Miss Mabel Decler of Call-
away , is assisting Miss Pearl
Liggett in the trimming department -
ment of the J. adies Bazaar.
Attorney J. B. Smith of Exeter
was in the city several days looking -
ing after law business in the county -
ty court. He went homeyesterday.
J. M. O'Neal of Lincoln , was a
city visitorFriday. Mr. O'Neal
has the endorsement of the Lan.
caster. county convention for
State Auditor.
. \V. ' 1' . Cannon , formerly of
Garfield township , who left here
about ten vears ago was a city
visitor : M nday. Mr. Cannon
has been visiting with his broth. .
er , S. L. \Vesterville , for some
time and has about concluded to
locate in the county again.
Miss Pearl Liggett has just returned -
turned from St. Louis where she
purchased a new and complete
line of Milliner.v , Notions and
very latest styles. LOlJk up the
large , new sign of the Ladies
amar : ! and visit the opening of
spring millinery goods in Realty
Block.
J. ( } Carpenter , foreman in
the Broken Bow Steam Laundry ,
of this citl' has bought the
laundry at exington. We understand -
derstand he is to have possession
the rst of next week. The
many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Carpenter here are sorry to have
them leave Broken Bow but their
best wishes go with them.
MARRIED-At the First
- Baptist -
tist church in this , city , Re , . .
Morris officiating , Mr. , Andrew ,
D. Cl1ristensen .was joined' 'in
marriage to Miss Stinna R. Vis-
trup , on 'l'uesrlay , March 22
The groom is from Callaway.
while the bride's home was about
nine miles southeast of Broken
Bow. Mr. and l\1rs. Christensen
will reside at Caltaway.
J. C. Dowen returned last
Saln.n1ay from New York state ,
where he has been for me time
at the bed side of his father.
He'as \'cry much improved when
l\I r owen came home. He saYR
ther \ se\'ere
wititer cvcr knpwn in that lucal-
ity and that the ground is still
frozcn six feet deep and freight
trains in se\'eral plac s are buri.
ed in snow drifts.
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Disturhances of strikers are not
nearly as grave as an indiddu l
disorder aft he syst ern. O\'erwollc ,
loss of sleep , ncn'olls tension will
be folll'wed by utter collapse , un.
less II reiiable rcmcd V is immediately -
ately cmployed. 'l'here's nothing
so efiicient to cnre disorders of the
Lh'cr or Kidneys as Elcctric Bit.
ters. H's II wOI1l'rful tonic , and
effective nerl'ine and the greatest
all around medicine for run down
systems. It ( lispels Nervousness ,
Rheumatism and Neuralgia and
expl ls Malaria germs. Only SOc ,
and satisfaction guaranteed by
Let' Bros. , druggists , Droken Bow.
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' 5 bringing us the largest amount of eggs between this and :3 :
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E 1st prize-100 pounds granulated sugar. = =
E 2nd prize-100 pounds best flour. , : : : : : :
E 3rd prize-one case tomatoes. = =
_ 4th prize-10 pounds coffle. : : : :
" ' . , " = = 5th prize-one dozen can of corn. = =
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= = the first of July , \$10 In c < Jsh. = :
: : : : : : \Ve also have a lot of nice Queensware in transit , that : : : : : :
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school at Green last Frida ) ' ,
B. C. Empfield of Ans lmo ,
kindly remembered this office ) 'es-
tel'day with a friendly call.
Peter Beck of Geor etown , I
was a social caller at this office
Monday. The Misses Hunt came
up with him. One of the girl
rcmatned and will worl ( for Mrs.
B. E. Predmore in the millinery
department.
A Platform 'l'emperance meet. :
ing will be held in the M. E.
church Sunday night at 7:30 : , at
which a numb r of our citizens
will speak npon local issues in
the city cnmpaign. Among the
speakers are L. H. Jewett , A. P.
Johnson , C. L. Gu ttel'son , S. I { .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'l'aylor will
render an instrumental duett.
Mrs. Adamson will s l\g \ , and
other special music will be ren.
dered.Ve invite all who can ,
to at tend-Geo. P. TRITHs , Pas tOl' .
Edwin 11' . Myers of 'Brolen
Bow , has been honored by receiving -
ing a place in the cast of the
Senior play at the University of
cd by a committee before , vhom
a large number tried Qut. The
part to which Mr. Myers was as.
signed is one of the most difficult
an important in the play. The
play chosen this year is Oliver
Goldsmith's , "She Stoops to
Conquer. " Mr. Myers being assigned -
signed to the part of Squire
Hardras'Ue. The play will be
given in the Oliver Theatre ,
Wednesday , June 8. The Senior
class has hired Miss Howell , a
of Oratory in Boston , to coach
the play for \$150. The aste
will practice three nights a week
from now until the play is given. '
Mr. Myers will also act in title
role in a play wIiich the University -
sity Dramatic Club will present
to the Lincoln public shortly.
Further than this he has achieved -
ed distinction in the fiehl of de-
bate. He tried out in the pre- ,
lliminaries a week ago and was .
one f the fifteen that were chos
to constitute tlie Interstate Debating -
in htgh school with Mr Myers
well remember him as a member
of the old Broken Bow Dramatic
Club and a successful debater.
We believe he debated on t11ree
different occasions in high school
and was always victorious.
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'Vednesday , March 16 , 1904 , at
her. home eight miles north east
of Callaway , Mrs. Mary Cool ,
wife of JacOb Cool , age 33 years
and 25 days.
Mrs. Cool was formerly Mary I
Worth , she was born at Center.
ville , Iowa , Febr ary 19 , 1871. ,
At the age of twelve she moved
with her parents to Custer county ,
Cliff 'fable , where she grew to
womanhood and where she was
married to Jacob Cool , Septem.
ber 13 , 189 ( } . , She was the
mother of five children , four of
whom with her husband are left
to mourn the loss of a loving
mother and wife , the youngest ,
an infant , was buried but a week
before the mother. She was a
woman highly esteemed by all
who lmew her and the cOlUlIJun-
ity feel her death greatly.
Among other relatives she
leaves to mourn her departure
from this life is her mother , and
three brothers , J as. , Will and
Porter. The former now lives in
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Broken : Sow State Banlt ,
oc DrokclI DoClIartcr No. 540. Iucorpor\tel !
III the State oC Nebraska. at thc clote oC bu l. .
lIe88 March \ itllm :
ItRSOUltCCIH
l.onu9 aUlI DIcouuts. . . . . . , . . . . . . . . \$189 051 IS
Oerdraft8. ecuffl ! nlll ! unaecured. , . 1 3Q o
JJalll1I1 ! : hOU90 Curnlture I\Ull1htures : m 00
Due froulatlou:1l. : . St:1te : aliI ! J. > rh.atc
111111k111111 ! bl\lIkers , . . . . . . . \$37 4SO 41
Checls nnlltcmloC cxcllallle 466 as
J Currellc ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' 15'l00
Cllol1 I COlli. . , . . , . . . . . . . . . 1 W. 99 47 J.lb 2.
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LIAlItL1TIEB : _
Capl'nllltocl ( Ilalllll1. . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . \$ 20 000 0 ( ]
8urplull fulld. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100000 ( ]
UIIlHvldctl pr06tslIet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1,5 6.J :
Inllvlllul\l depolts subject
to ellecl ( . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . \$167 120 .sg
Demalld certificates . oC tie. .
posit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37919 ( ,1
Due to state nutl prlt'llte I
banlc8 :1111 : ! ballkers. . . . . , . 443 iO 483 8
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COUNT01' CUSTER , f !
I. S. K. 'V\RIUCK , cashier of the nl > o'c 1I:1l11ed :
bank , do solellllllY swear that the above Rtnte.
mellt Is correct aliI ! n true copy of the lellorl '
1II"le : to the Statc Banlclnll' BoaI'll. .
S. K. \ \ A'RRIC" .
. ' j J. M. KIMDERLING , Director.
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\$ IS. J { . \V AIIRICK , Director.
Subscrlbp.1 ! nml 8worll to be Core me. illls 23rd
day of Marcil. 1m. ARTlIUR w. IlOLCOMD
( se.'lL ] ' Notan' I'ubl ! c.
Missouri but camQ to attend his '
sisters funeral.
Her remains w'ere laid to rest
iil the Ed y Cemetery north of .
Callaway. The RnpuBLlcAN
joins with the friends , of the deceased -
ceased in extending sympathy to
the relatives in their great be-
reavement.
Horticulture Society Meetlug.
Saturday , March 26th , is the
date of th Horticulture meeting
to be held in this city , afternoon
and evening- . All interested in
horticulture are urged to be present -
ent and help make the meetin a
success. The evening session
will be of interest to the resi.
dents of this city , and all residents -
dents are especially invited to
attend and talk up city improve-
ment.
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WHITR-MATI.OCK-At Browns-
ville , Mo. , Wednesday , March
16th , Ed. White of Broken Bow ,
and Miss Idella Matlock of
Brownsville , Mo. The bride was
for a time a resident of this city.
'She.i ' a lady of refinement and
enjoys .the esteem of a large . circle -
cle of friends. The gro.om is one
of Broken Bow's highly esteemed
and Industrious young men , who
has grown to manhoo'd in our
midst. He is a nephew of Senator -
tor Long of Kansas. He is engaged -
gaged with his father , D. R.
White , in farming near the city ,
and is making it a success. An
infair dinner was prepared Tuesday -
day by the mother of the groom
of which a number of friends and
re1atives participated. It being
Mrs. White's birthday , , the oc-
asion served the double pupose
of commemorating his mother's
irthdav as well as his marriage.
The RnpuBLlcAN joins in extend.
ing congratulations.
CaVCY UCluth. VI . .r . .lid Tonc.
Herblne is a boon for sufferers
from aneamia. By its use th ( ;
blood is quickly regenerated and
the color becomes normal. Th ( ;
drooping strength is revived.
The languar is dimjnish d.
Health , vigor and tone predom111'
ate. New life and happy activit )
results. Mrs. Belle H. Shirel ,
1\liddlesborough , Ills. , writes.B ]
have been troubled with liveI
complaint and Ioor blood , an
I have found notlung to benefit m <
like Herbine. I hope never to be
without it. I have wi hed thai
I had known of it in my hus.
band'1 ! iifetime. " SOc. Sold b )
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: : : : : : 14 Inch St rr nJ.f Plow for. . . ' . . " . . . . ' . . . . . . ' . . . . , ' . . \$10.00. " : : : : : : : : '
I : : : : : 16 Inch .Shrrlllg Plow for. . . ' . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . 14.00 : : : : : : : : :
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'I' : - : : : 3-Secholl Steel Harrow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . 15.00 : _ : : : : :
I , : : : Good Set of 1 Inch Hartless. . 01 . . : . . \ : , ' : . . . I . . . . . 20.00 : : : : : : : :
= = Good S t of 1l. ( Inch Harness. . . . , . , ' . ; f. : . . . . ; . . . : . ' . . . . 2 . O 3
' Good 1 } ( Inch Halter' with 'l'ie. . . . ; . . ; . . . . . ' . . .j . .75
= - = Good Hame Strap. . . . . . ' . ' . . . . . . . , . : . . . . . , . . . : ' . . . . . . . . .t ' " . . 7 , ' c .3 - _
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: : : : : : before bUYIng und get o.ur prIces that we are : : = "
= = 25 pOl' cent lower than any other dealer in' . = =
: = = the county on Buggies , .Harness , vV gons , = .
= = nIl kinds of Farm Implements. On , saddles . ; :
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I Ed. McCnmas , Broken Bow and
Merna.
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Church wi11 hold their Easter
Market Saturday , April 2nd.
Dinner and supper wi.11 be served
and a nice line of aprons , sunbonnets -
bonnets and fancy work will been
on sale.
FOR S'ALIt-A number of thrif. .
ty pigs ; 3 months old , " a. 'calf 2
months old. Enquire at Rxpu. .
LICAN office.
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Of thirty JUTI ! .xporlc , co. cries RlIIIII and mat. .
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We' . carry . a : full and com piete . .
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Cv.nned Fruits , ' Canned Meats , ' . :
Flour , . and Fish :
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Graham , Hams , . .
Breakfast Foods , Sausag . ,
Corn Meal , . Bacon ,
Pan Cake Flour , . ' Sweet and' Sour
pickles , Fresh and Dried FruIts , and everything in the staple"
and f ncy grocery line. Come in and see 1is Everytbi g
fresh and up.to-date. .
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W. . George & 00 :
, ) I North Side Square , Broken Bow , Nebraska.
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We are now selling a Good 1 Inch Farm Harness , made :
of well selected stock , that other dealers would Sily flre wor.tb : .
\$28.00 , for the low price of . , .
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\$19.00. '
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A Good 1 } ( Inch H rn ss , made of selected stock , ' , big
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These Harness have not been bought to sell at these .
S ! ridiculously low prices , but have been selected with' ' 'a : knowledge - 1 .
ledge of long experience of Harness Leather , and wi'th a pos-
I R iti ve knowledge that they'will please our customers. We are I
I making these sweeping reductions on Harness to protect ourX
i\ selves against bankrupt stoclts , which we will do at any cost. '
X Don't believe that we will allow anyone to undersell us in the , .
\ , R Harness line. .
A On Saddles we are right. ' .