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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1907)
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Dan Mauk and family left
'l'uesday morning for a visit of a
week with friends at Hastings.
' " Dr. Glenn L. McMillan. of
'T Faile City , Nebr. , is the name of
the affable young man who is
performing the duties of phar ma-
I cist at the Baisch drug store with
f accuracy and dispatch.
Mrs. L. E. Cole left on 'Vednes-
, . day of last week for Chicago and
will spend a. month visiting
friends in Illinois. The coroner
is behaving himself remarkably
well since her departure.
' Kenneth Rublee. son of Mr.
: and Mrs. F. M. Hublec , will
attend the Culver Military
Academy at Culver , Ind. , the
coming school year , and leaves
" for that place next Sunday.
, Miss Emma Maupin returned
, the latter part of last week from
. , . ' , ' a ten days viit ! at Des Moines ,
Iowa , accompanied by her sister ,
j'J ; Mrs. Mellie Bass , who will re-
I : , . "t , ain for an indefil1ite length of
" ' ' ' ' " hme.
1l" , ' 4 , Citizens are active getting
I : ; ready for the flower parade ont
, t " Y t'he tair grounds next Thursda.r.
. ; . 1 Quit a number will participate
and indications are it will prove
one of the most beautiful and
interesting' features of the week's
'The ' Broken Bowites , Dr. and
Mrs. C. L. Mullins , Dr. and Mrs. '
: R. B. Mullins and Messrs. J. M. i
, Kimberling and A. M. Snyder ,
\ 'I who went t' > Denver two weeks
. ' ago and enjoyed themselves
\ sight-seeing in that vicinity ,
I reached home the nrst of this
( week. I
"rownsman McClure , who was I
on the state ticket for nomination ,
as onC' of the railroad commis-I
sioners as a socialist , received ,
thirty-six , votes in Omaha , which '
wasn't so bad when one considers I' I
that "Mac" is
not as well known I
In Omaha as berc in Custer
If as many cement walks are
" laid in Brokcll Bow next year as
, have been put dowu this ycar ,
there will hardly be a board walk
. . left i:1 the city when 1909 dawns.
This old burp. ' is no SlOUCh in the
way of improvements-when the
finances are not a complete I
, A machine to fold the Custer : .
Count y Chief was put in operation
. - , : last week and for a time actect'like
a freshly roped broncho , but fail-
I ing in its efforts to throw 'rheo-
1 " dore Furcell , who was in the
saddle , it became docile-all to
onctnd is now performing itR
11 duty nlcey. ]
) . The Custer county fair is
, billed , the big prize hog is cor:1ed
I /Ii' and swilled. 'l'he pumpkins that'
: : ' wifllift the prize is watched with
' proud and hopeful cyes and the
family marc to wir. the pot is
r . , , training for the "county trot. "
October crisp will soon be here
with softly falling leaf and sere ;
with frosty morn and hunter's
moon , and pumpkin pie-no' yet ,
but soon. The lucky wiveR of
millionaires Jut up jam and
pickle pears , but the most of us
denied these boons will pass the
winter-'full.of : prunes. "
Th Menel v Quartet te of
Chicago gave a most excellent
entertainment at the Temple
theatre on Tuesday evcning ,
under the auspices of the local
W. C. T. U. The audience was
small but appreciative and all
voted that the entertainment was
enc of the best of thc year and
congratulated the W. C. T. U. ,
l ladies on bringing such a high
\ class concert to thc town.
There will be things doing in
Broken Bow next week. Indications -
tions point to the la.rgest display
of farm products and Ih'e stock
ever exhibited at any previous
I fair and from all parts of the
_ _ county-even the furthermost i
I' corners-comes word that the
heads of families will attend
accompanied bX bring wife and
children , and it is now certain
if the weather is fa\'orable , therc
wil1 be a larger attcndance than
George . Porter advertises an
auction of his stock and farm
machincry on thc farm known as
the George Wi1ling farm. one
and one-half miles southeast of
Broken Bow. on Wednesd : y ,
Sept. , 25 , beginning at 1 o'clock
sharp. At that timc he will
olTer milch cows , hcifcrs , brood
' 1 sows , pigs , shoats , 54 acres of
i corn in field and enough machiney
. to properly conduct a 640 acrc
farm. Don't forget the date and
. . be hand at the
. \ ) - - on appointed hour
if you would hear the begin.J ng
of Jud Kay's lecture.
Custer College , Broken Dow ,
Nebraska. I"all terms begins
Sept. , 16. Write for catalogue.
Attorncy Hess G. Moorc
rcached homc last Saturday frol11
a visit to Ncw York and reports
a fine trip.
Mrs. J. S. Molyneux lcaves
Sunday night for a visit of a
week with relatives and friends
'l'he Hev. Wm. Buswell will
assume his labors with the U. B.
church next Sunday. Preacbing
at t:1e : usual bour.
City Attorney Gadd was.at .
Nortb Plattc , on Monday , trY111g
a case in which-as usual-he
won for his client.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bowman
cxpect to lcave next Monday for
Hot Springs , Ark. , to be absent
from home three or four wecks.
Mrs. D. M. Amsberry went to
Grand Island Monday accompanying -
ing her daughter , Lillie , who enrolled -
rolled as a student at the Baptist
Mrs. J. E. Iszard and Mrs Van-
Antwerp were out near Lodi
three days last week assisting
Surveyor VanAntwerp and report
an enjoyable ti me.
John Davison , who is now engaged -
gaged with the Watts News Co. ,
leaves on thc 28th of this month
for Albion , Nebr. , where he w111
work in "Pete" Rverson's drug
James Smith , of Blooming , III. ,
a Custer county realty owner and
a pleasan\ gentleman to mect ,
was in the city Mondav attending
to matters in conne tion with
I The first frost of thc eason in
I these parts arrived : -'londay night
and played havoc with garden
sass and things , but not as
serious ] } ' in this city as in the
'rhe great 'Western play ,
"Wyoming , " win be presented at
the ' 1'empe ] theatre Monc1ay
night. One lady wil ] be admitted
free with ever } ' paid ticket purchased -
chased before 7 p , m. , Monday.
"Jack" Benjam11l , son of Judge
and Mrs. Benjamin , of this city ,
is with the Della Pringle theatre
company this season. The comp -
p ny was at Salt Lake City last
week and the papers of that city
were p filse in their compliments
of "J ack's" c1ever and , profes-
! Jional work.
M. F. Young who is making
his home with his son , L.'rank , at
Lincon ] , is in the city this week
renewing acquaintance with hi. .
old time friends. Mr. Young
sa's Frank bas a very pleasant
and comfortable home in the
Capitol city and he enjoys the
new home very much.
Mr. Teagarden and the pupils
in his room were given a rich
treat Wednesday a. m. , by the
classical rendition of two we1l
selected musical n l1m bers by
Prof. Myers assisted by the
Misse3 Bowen and L' Amereaux.
Such exercisl > s have a decidedly
wholesome effect upon the pupils
of our schools.
Fred Ream started for Lincoln
in an automobilious last week
and succeeded in getting two
miles beyond Ansley. There it
went dead and , carefully covering
it with a tarpaulin , left it.
Securing a farm team he went to
Ansley and proceeded on his
journey via the B. & M. railway.
Leslie Me. Williams who , for
several years has been foreman of
bridge gang in the Back ] Hi1ls
for the B. & M. R'y arrived in
the city yesterday for a few day' : >
visit with relatives and acquaint-
ances. Mr. Mc\Villiams surprised -
prised his friends by bringing
with him a wife-a bride of four
It will be of interest to our
readers to know that the Young
Mens' Christian Olssociations of
Nebraska and though them the
associations of the world have
in your midst a representative ,
J. M. Kimberling. He is the
corresponding member for this
community. 'rhrough him , our
young men going away from
home ma.r get an introduction to
Y. 1\1. C. A. ] eaders that will beef
of materia ] assistance to them.
A number of our young men are
thinking of going away to school
or to enter busitiess and should
see Mr. Kimberling and learn
from him directly as to the help
he can give. He can also secure
for every man in the community
a state membership ticket which
gives privileges in every association -
tion in Nebraska.
Mrs. C. n. Cox und 50n Ralph ,
who have been visiting and ! 1ight-
seeing' on the Atlantic coast
states the past six wecks. returned -
ed home 'yesterday , aiHC. . B. was
still alive 'though they stayed
two da's longer than he expected.
'l'uesclay , Sept. , 10th at the
M. E. . church parsonage , Hev.
' 1'hompson until in marriage C.
B. Ankncy of this city and Miss
'Ellan M. Wicm , of Boonc , 10W.l ,
who arr'cc1 here tllt\t mornil1Jf.
Mr. Ankncy has secured the new
Stevenson residence and the
young peoplc will at once begin
We note from thc North Bend ,
Nebr. , ncwspapl'r that Miss
Bertha Allen , of Mason Cit ) ' , was
married at the homc of her sister ,
Mrs. Dr. C. O. Eigers. ] at North
Dend , on Wednesday of last week ,
at high noon to C. E. Walrath ,
of Omaha , where groom is engaged -
gaged in the lumber business and
the newly ma ried couple will
male their home. From the
published account we infer the i
wedding was a very elaborate
Hcld-up the Mail Carrier.
One day last week when Dill
Nash , who drives the Round
Valley and Eton ] stage was returning -
turning home from his trip he
was accosted and beaten by one
Jim Carlin , whcn about three
miles from Broken Bow. Carlin ,
it appears , had , some old grudge
against Nash and proceeded to
salisf ) ' his grudge after having
partaken of his fill ( If prune juice
and alcohol. It is a serious
charge to wavlay the United
States mail an < l we understand
the postal authorites are investigating -
gating the case" I
Thc New Barber Shop.
Charlie Gadd has opened the
new shop near the depot and
invites all who desire a smooth ,
easy shave , a hair cut that will
please them , or a bath , to call at
the new place.
The shop will he open Sundays
from 8:30 : to 11:30 : a. m. , for baths
Ladies , Attention !
Mrs. Penn wishes to announce
to the ladies that thc elegant
line of new fall mIlliner } ? is complete -
plete in every respect.
Laides , misses and childrens
c10aks at bottom prices , also
skirts and waists , and an elegant
line pf furs and neck piecc5. I
also have a special line of , new
styles in corsets , one style
which laces in front , particularly
adapted to the stout Jigurc.
Also hosiery and underwear.
Mus LAUUA PHNN.
Farm For Sale.
720 aaes , one mile from Broken
Bow city limits , 500 acres uuder
cultivation , balance fine pasture ,
aU fenced and cross-fenced , two
good gravel wells , good frame
house and barn. Will sell all era
a part. Terms to suit purchaser.
14-tf C. W. EDWAHDS.
The Banks Will Close.
The Broken Bow banks , in
order that the officials and em-
ployes may attend the best
county fair ver held h.ere will be
c10sed during thc afternoons on
Wednesday , 'rhursday and Friday -
day next week.
'rhcy will , however , open at
8 o'c1c k in the morning-one
hour earlier than usual-and remain -
main open until I o'clock.
All persons having business of
importancc with these institutions -
tions will govern themselves
While Attending the Fair
don't forget to call at Mrs. Penn's
for that new cloak or hat.
School Teachers Assemble.
A mOHt p'easant. gathering of the
teachers of our city fcboos : ! ] occurred
at the North Side School buiJdiug
Monday , Sept 9th , between the
b urs of.J : and G p. m. After a
8hort business session , in the ollice ,
the t achers , who hl1.\'e prsviol1wy ]
taught in our S01l006 ] , were dis-
missed. However , the "trusties"
faiJed to go home , but quietly retired -
tired to the primary ! 'Oom where a
dainty repast Wll8 in rcadiness , which
had been so eaborate ] ] } ' prepared
by Prof. l\Iclndoo 1nd Jesse 1.1ca-
garden , and so anxiouHY ] looked upon -
on by the Misscs McConnolJ ,
Downey , Hill , Farrell. Crumbly and
Mrs. MeTndoo. At the proper tirre
Prof. Mclndoo told the new teach-
ers. among wbom are l\1iflses Clurk ,
Roman , Lindley , 1oaton , Fulton
und OhaRtek , thlt they would do
obsormticn work in the l'OOIDS below -
low , but to their surprise aDd delight -
light they met thcir associ Ite teach-
er8 in 11. formn ] wI\Y. After which
Ice cream and toast8 WOI'O in ahun-
dmco. 1.1he event was both enjoy _
able and entertaining.
FOR SAI.It- Horse , buggy ,
harness , saddle and cow.
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of male and superior . finish is our particular
spccialty , Whether ) 'OU want au odd artic1e or a house
i& ? ! full of Furniture , we are at 1\11 timcs ready to mcct the de-
maud. Ever ) ' article we sell is guarantced to be made of
n thc finest , thoroughly scasoned wooil , designed on thc
1110st artistic plan , uncI finished in n satisfactory and per-
7 ! 111auent style. otwithsta1J(1ing the superior quality of
' our goods , our I'riees arc at all times reasouable.
to. C. ' K 0 N K E L. t
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! With It IOl'gC displny of farm products and
\t live stock will be open Septembea 17th , 18th , II
t 19th and 20th. ,
The Advo I
. with. larg.o . . display , of pui'e gl' cerie8 and II I
prOVISIons IS open ht all tunes , every week day
t in the year , and it will he to your . : . to
'Q attend every day yon. need flllytluug III t1H
line of groceries. I
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BIG REDUCTION' .
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With the consent of the Creditors'
the entire stock of MEVIS & CO. ,
will be closed. out" without reserve. ,
This s le will commence at once'
I and continue indeftnit ly : ' : : :
DON'T MISS THIS . SALE
Our stock is c01uleta ] ? and now is
the time for y u to lay in your Dry
Good.s , Clothing , : Soots , Shoes , Hats , .
Caps : , Cloaks , Skirts and large lines -
of Me.ls' ' Fur Coa , ts : : : : ' : : ,
O. H : Mevis & Co.
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