Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, September 10, 1908, Image 8
She's Cured Thousands Given up to Die. Dr.CALDWELL of CHICAGO. Practicing Alcopnthy , Homeopntliy , Electric nnd Gcnernl Medicine. Hy ri'.nuoMt will vloll i > r < ifcsnliiiallv ; Grand Central Hotel , Broken Bow , Bet I , rcliirniiik' every four wrrkH. Cnnsiil Imr when tlin owiottiitiliv. In at liaiui 1)K. CAr/DWHM. . liniui. ncr jiracilca to tin1 special tri'.Uiiifiit of ( llsrancn of the live , K.u , NOSP , Thioati litmus , I'Vinale DIHI-.IHCH , DineaK Hof Clillilrun ami all Cliionlc , NcrvmiH anil Surgical Dlm-aRes of a curable natiirn. Unrlr coimumptluii. ItroiicliltiH , llronclilal Calarrali , Chronic Cat.irrah , Hoail-Achc , Con- Htlpatluu , Htomnclic ! and llowel TroulilcH , qtiuiiitiatlfliii , NiMiralKla. Sclutlca , llrlifhtH's Disease , Kidney DlnnaneB , DUcaHUH of the J\\at \ anil llladiU'.r. Ulszlnesa. NcrvoimncKR , ImllE-e-ulmi , Oheulty , IiitoiuptPil Nutrition , Hlinv ( irmvtli In Uhlldrun , and .ill wauhiir Ilsc.iri > s In .uhiltB. Duforiiilllpq , Clnli-fuct , Curvautitro of the Siilnu , Dlscasuti of Ilin drain , Paralynls , IJtilleimy , Heart Dlecabo. Jlropsy , Swi'lhnir of the Iilmfol , Stricture , Open Sort'H , Tain In the HOHOH , Granular KnlaruuiuentH nml all luiiu-staiiclliur illsuafecs proiierty truatud , IitOOU AND SKIN IHSKAHUS , Pimnles , Illolches , KmptlimH , I.Uci Sputa Falllnir of tint llalr , li.id Complexion , ISczoinu , Throat Ulcern , Unite 1'alnn , liladdur Troublns , Weak Hack , llitriiiinr Uiliie , 1'asniin : Lfilnu too often. Tin : uffrctx of constitutional nick * iiesH or ttic taklnir of too nuiuli Injiirliins medi cine tccelVL'4 nearclilni : treatment , prompt relief anil a curu for life. DIseasoH of Women. Irienular Meiitttrjtloil , Valllnirof the Woiuli , Itunrluir Down I'olim. Feitiale DlsplitcenieiilH I < .icl < of Hexnal Tonu. r < uiicorrhea , Sterility or IlarrunnuxH , connnlt Dr. Caldwcll and Him will Hlunv them lliti c.uixe of their troubli ) and the woy to become cured , CANCIiKS , COIT UK. FISTULA , 1'1I < 1CH. ami imlarirtul irlamla treated with the mib cutaneonu Injection mnthod , absoliilply with out pain und without llio IOHM of a drop of blood , Is ono of her own discoveries and IB really the most hClmitlllc and reitalnly MIIU cure method of lliln an vanced ane. Dr. C.nl- well hu prnctlci'd her pnifo'liiloii In Niimn of the tartlet hoBpllaU" ) ill rout : hunt the country. She IIUH no Hiipcrlor In treating and illneuuii- an of dlneascM , delorniltli'M , rto. She IUIH lately opened au olllcn In Omalia , NebiaHka. wucro Hhe will Hpi'iut a poitlon of each wrek irratliitr her many imtli-ntH. N" inciirablii cases acccptud ( or Ueutiiieilt. CoiiNiiltatlon , examination and advice 0114 doll-tr to UIIISD lull-rented. Dr. Ora Caldwcll fit Co. , Omaha , Neb. Chicago , 111. m.iil W 1 < U Iliiu'lIiiiMliiu , OmaUu GO NOW Visit The Old Home : r.ow rate excursions lo eastern cities and resorts. Northern Michigan , Canada and New itng- laud , dailv until September 3oth. See The West : Attractive low excursion rales daily to the 1'acific Const , YellowStone - Stone I'ark , Utah , Colorado , nig Horn Mountains and the ulack Hills. < Low Colonist Rates : miring September ami October lei i I'uget sound , California and hun dreds ot inlermediate points. Irrigated Homesteads : READY FOR IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT at narlaud and Powell , Wyoming. personally conducted excursions to these lauds the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Govern ment engineer at Powell shows the land. Also deeded the Carey Act lands , Write D. Clem Deavcr , General Agent , Lutidseekers' Information Bureau , Omaha for new folder. Its ftee. Write a brief description of your proposed trip , and let us advise you how-to make it the best way at the leikst cost. L. ( Ticket Agent ) I , . W. WAKKUJY , G. I > . A. , ( Omaha , Nebraska. ) DR. CHRISTENSON , EyeEarNoseThroat and Chronic Diseases. Fitting of Glasses , Office in Realty blpck. Send your Abstract Orders to J. G. LEO'JSTAED , Bonded Abstractor Office in Security State Bank B'ld'ng ( COO > oxxxxic < > s < xxxxw < xxxxxx > s < xxxxiG < > c < > oi > cco ; > o : > c < sa ) I S Tlxo 1 8 RAS ANDERSON IN | GRAIN AND COAL S Kecd in large and .small quantities at both wholesale i > Q and retail. ] > g .Special attention j'iven to Tilling orders for coal j b in any ( itiantity. . o W i * ' S Broken Bow , - - Nebrnsloi S t i rFrr * fe , # OMAHA J\ < DAY PARADE SEPT 29 ? NIGHT PARADE SEPT 30 ? " TO FIREWORKS OCTI ? OCT 3RD I CORONATION BALLOCT2V I9O8. CHILDREN5 BALLOCT3 ? White Dishes For Harvest I have just received a larjjfc shipment of White Dishes for Harvest and Threshing time , ft will pay you to see them and ct my prices. Bread , Nice and White Ts the. kind you have when you use Lexington Flour , livery sack guaranteed for Quality ami Price. I. W. SCOTT , Hardware , Furniture , Flour and Feed. Hydraulic Tire Setter At Derris * Blacksmith Shop. It is the best machine made for setting tires. Come in and see it work and be convienced. S. M. DORRIS , Blacksmith. Southeast of the square. N . News Notes From Our Assistant Editors xxx KUMHKOTA ZKI'HYKS. I suppose yon are going to th 1'nir. J. T. Cole's spent Bumliiy with II. Ji. Sands' . Roscoe Cullen was in these parts lust Monday. Arthur Cole enjoyed himself ut the State 1'nir , Miss Mudj-e Bishop is goiny to school in llroken How. Miss AlmiriV McCotuas started to school in the Bow lust Monday. Mr. Small of Pawnee county is the pnrchuset of G. J. Martin's faun. School cutiitneiiced in this district last Monday with an enrollment of fourteen. Ralph Johnson is home from Fremont where he had been to attend his mother's funeral. Mr. Wilson was in this vicinity and threshfdfor I'icd 1'ershnll and A. 1 , Ronth. Mr.mill Mrs. I' . K. OriflHh of the Bow spent lust week with the formers parents in the Valley. J. T. Cole was visited last week by an uncle from Illinois also a friend from Yoik , Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Deminj ; of Ctdlaway and daughter , Mrs. IJeadle. of Cairo spent Saturday and Sunday with J. It , Kooier's Mr. Gee , I , . Blackmail mid bride , who have been visiting at Ralph Johnson's , have ret in tied to their home in Kaiiib- ville , Ohio. M H Oallen was surprised to see two of hii friends from [ own , They stayed . * > < only a short lime , and the writer did not hear their names. Mrs M. I ) . Callen entertained the Baptist Missionary society on last Thurs day afternoon. Twenty-seven were present , and needless to say the after noon was spent in social chat and a good time , although the most pleasing and interesting feature of the gathering was a talk given by Miss IJvu Cndwell on the Missions in Chicago. Lunch was served and the guests tetnrned home in the evening fully satisfied in their mind that all had a fine time. PRAIRIR 1IITJ. . Miss Ora Morford spent Sunday at Mr. Podges. School commenced Monday with Mist Clara Foster as teacher. Miss Dell Currie of Missouri is visiting her sister Mrs. McDonald. Ailhur Gibbs and Kinest Webb went to the Sand Kills Sunday. Mr. Gibbs went to OveiIon last week lo visit his daughter Mrs. Jones. Misses Kslher Beat and Alice I. < mg > fellow are going to school in town. Miss I.efa Kelley is teaching in the Welding district. This is her second term there. Mr. McDonald und family and Miss Cnrrie spent Saturday night and Sunday at Comstock. I'MtASANT VI W. Hugh Wells goes to York next Mon day to attend college. Those terrible winds are heard on every side these days. Miss Ora Morford spent Saturday uud Sunday with the Misses l edge , Miss Rosa Deel of Prairie Hill has been Htaying with Mrs. I < . A. Wells the past week. Messrs Lee Wells , Merlin Vannice nnd Miss1 Alberta lfodge are three of the Pleasant View students who are attend ing school in Broken How this year. CALT.AWAY RIKTINOS. A large number of citizens of Callnway and vicinity attended the State Fair nt Lincoln , Mrs. J. II. Dunn who has been quite sick is now slowly improving and will bo able lo be up again. Mrs. Horace O. Lang drove in from the country to attend the Slar Chapter Monday evening ol thifi week. Mi. Lew Buckley is still at the hospital but is improving in health which is very satisfactory to those in charge. Rev. Markley was visiting friends here lust week. His health is improving since he gave up his work some two months ago. Miss Nfnttie Buckley ictuined lo her home from Ihe hospilal in Omaha very much improved in "health although Shu is very weak yet ' Kev. J.W. Seabrooke , pastor M. K. church , is visiting at University place this week. This is the first he lias been homo siii'-e routing lu-rf. Mr Taylor Juiu-t , head cleik in the M illiewa & Mathewn Groceiv Dep.iit- inenl ami Miss Delia Johnson vsere marrk'd at tlteir new home in South Ltillawnv August 301)1. ) Tlie lesidencu propeity of J. A. has bi'en laised to a two stoiy building and other improvements have been added both inside and out which gives it now the appearance of a vety modern structure. B F. Young , who purchased the N. B. Troyer residence , is adding very exten sive itnptovemeii- ! same. He svill also erect two nice residence buildings on lots west of present building. The more the belter , for Callaway is growing in population , CUMKO H1UUK.S. Mrs. Walter Curtis and daughter Ruth ranif down fiom Dunning to visit relatives. The Young people of this locality will soon go to their respective colleges and Universities. The Cumro and Kddyville base ball teams crossed bats Saturday , Score lo to 7 in favor of Rddy ville. Saturday September sth was the hot- est day ot the season here. The ther mometer registeied 98 degrees in the shade. Rev. lusk of Stella Nebraska preached at isl and 2nd Kudell churches August 3oth. September 6th Rev. II. 12. Wai- cott pastor of Stunner JUiplist church held a morning service at 1st Ivmlcll church after which baptisimal services were held at the Ioup river. Thirteen weie baptised. OKTKU.O. Nick" Jacquot visited at Frank ld- wa'rds Sunday. * Miss Jennie 1'Mwards spent Sunday with her parents. Charley Hercock was quite sick the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. K. Wood were in the valley last Sunday. Miss Jennie Waddingtou is spending this week in Colorado. Frank IJdwards finished threshing in this neighborhood Tuesday. Mrs. Ingram visited with her niece , Mrs. C. II. Lutes , of Merita. Mr. aud Mrs. Kuapp and Lee Loun visited at Mr. Ingrain's Sunday. School commeneed at Ortello Monday with Miss Milla Luce of Broken Bow as teacher. Mr. Knapp and Win. Waddiiigton are hauling lumber for the erection of a new house on the C. H. Cuss farm. HKTHKI. n Isn't this lovely i C. G. Heaps ie , i um Sidney , Sunday. Mrs. C. G. Heaps visited at W. W. Bishop's Monday. "Klsie Kelley visited with her patents near Merna , Sunday. Pearl Martin is teaming the millinery trade with Miss Todd this fall. Several from Ibis place attended the funeral of Mr. Hughes Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. Scoffield were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Dewey Sunday. Leona Heaps is nome now. She has been slaying with Mrs. Floyd Holcomb. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Martin are enjoying a visit from Mrs , Martin's brother and wife. There was no church services Sunday as Mr. Brady was called to preach the funeral of Mr. Hughes. Haying is right in action in our valley this week aud we notice some of the girls having to help get them stalled. Nella Holcomb of Broken Bow spent several days in our valley last week , helping Aunt Amanda Holcomb cook for threshers. A postal received Saturday from Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Heaps tells us they are enjoying their trip tine. They had not arrived at their destination yet. We are glad to know that quite a num ber of young people attended the B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening We hope there will be a better attendance ; next Sunday night. Callaway , Sept. 4 , 1008IC TOK RWUIIUCAN Dear Sir : 1 want to say through your col umns something that concerns every one and will do them all good. 1 have tried nearly all of J. K. Watkins spices and remedies , sixty-five kinds , I think , and have been surprising ly delighted with the results of each one sold by a travelling agent by the uauie of Noah Melham , of Comstock , Nebr. Respectfully yours , 14 WIIAAKD TWIST. T A. ARMOUR , Attorney at Law. Broken Bow , Nobr. Havluir just liail eljflit years practical exper enco as County Judge , will iflvc Hpeclal alien tlou lo tue drawing and prubatliur ofwIllBaml tlie administration of ( iHtalct of deceased per- RIMIH and minors. Write or uliom : me. I may save you p trip. J , B. DUNN LAWYER - NEBRASKA Settlement of est-ilcs , exriinitiin and perfecting lund titles , collections mid criminal matter. All business will re ceive piompt nlluiUum. Dr. Ceo. F. Bartholomew Sitrucou amt Optlatnti New oiilce In new building , one block south of public square. All calls promptly attended day or night. Phone ( II ' j. i , . rr.ur.UfiON. u. A. HUNTKK , Notary Public , liioken How , . Comstock. Nebraska. Nebraska. Real Instate | Insurance FARMS AND RANCHES FOR RENT LRGAl , PAPICKri DRAWN Surveying and platlinjj neiitly done. FRANK KbLSEY , AM. KINDS oc W E L'L S Consult him If you want Water. Phone 112 , - Broken How. HARRY KIM BALL , Practical Undertaker g& Licnsed.Embalmer Uusiness phone , 3111 Kesidcuce 334 ! ! Uroliou Haw , BANGS STUDIO East Side of Suqare Photographs , JJdison and Columbia Vhouogniphs and records. Ajjcnts for ChickerttiK , fvers and I'ond and Star Pianos. Wo oati save you money. Real Estate & Town Property Kor llaiualiiH In Kcat Kstnti * . City 1'ropeity and Stocks nl Morcliamllst : I Uavi ; tionitt rare lu land In tills anil ail jolulnir counties . Aililrosa or call nu \V. J. U'ANT ? . 3 ilonrs Nortli of 1 O with Fndtre and KUssoiu. ISroUcii low ! Short Horn Cattle CKIMKON SCOTT No. 717OM5. J. G. Breeder of 3'ure KcotcU anil Scotch Toppvil SUutt Uuru Cattle. My hunl numbers cows. Will com pare In breftllnif aud quality with any west of Chlcatro My experience nan tauirlu me that to irlve ifooiNatlsfactluti , brcodlnir cattle must be rnltteu to tttln ultltiicie. I expect to riilhe tlient tiure tlie t iti/ of anytblni ; ruiutxl In thn tl. S. I now havi ; 25 hulls suitable fur thla1 anil next year's service. My cows weigh from 1400 to 2 < iOlpouiulM. ) Come and see then . J. G. BRENIZER N Bow , - - v Say do you know that we carry a full line of $ * ? ) Building Material , i to Brick , Plaster , $ u Lime , Cement , < jj Hair , Sidewalk Brick , Screen Doors , Windows J V * w and everything you need to build a house or barn , and s iv , look at our POSTS , yes and our STliJI'U , GATfiS , you can't keep house with out one. to Dierks' L'br. & Coal Co. , Broken Bow , Neb. JjJ HIGH GRADE Inimber , a large assortment and complete stouk for Builders to choose from. Iet us estimate on your contracts. Wo always try to please. H. T. B RUCE & CO. Lumber & Coal South side. LEGAL NOTIES NOTICHTO NON Ill the District Court of ouster County , Ne braska. Davlil T , Adams plaintiff , v.s John I'arson defendant. , Co John Wl'arson defendant , you will take notice that on the ; ! < ltli day of August , I1KW the plaintiff above named tiled his petition In tliu district court of Custer county , Ne braska , the object and prayer of wlilcli urc To tiulet tin- title of lot 8 of block il of Hie original town of Sargent , Ouster county Ne braska , to cancel a certain deed \ \ herein tins plaintiff Is grantor and you are grantee , plaintiff alleghiK that tlie deed was at no time delivered to you but th.it yon have fraudulently procured the s > ald deed , Ironi the one holding It In escrow anil fraud ulently procured the recording ol the same without the knowledge or consent of the plaintiff. That there was no consideration I'tven for the said property , that the plaintiff Is the absolute owner ot tile property. Plaintiff prays for a decree quieting the title In him to said property au'ttinst the claims of the defendant ami all persons claiming by through or under him , that the deed be cancelled and held for nought , and lor other anil further equitable relief. Yon are required to answer the said peti tion on or belore the fith day of October ItiOK , and In case of your delaull. decree \\ill be entered as prayed In said petition. DAVin'l' . AIIAMM , IMaintlff , My N. T. CJADIi. IS-17 I Us attorney. IN T1IH COUNTY COUHT Ol- ' COUNTY , NRHUASKA. In re estate ( Jnstave Uayrhoffer , deceased. Notice Is here by given that on AUK - > , IWH , Theodore 0. II , Hayrholfer illeil Ills verilled petition In the above court , showing satil Unstavo Hayrholfer died in said county Hit- estate on or about the 7th da.ol . jnne , A. I ) . tssi : , then beiniian Inhabitant ol said Ciistrr county , Nebraska , and a lesldent ol MiiUI county , and it the time ol his death was olezed and possessed ot the lollowlng described - scribed tract of land , towltS. . II. ' 4 Sec. 20 , Tn. 18 , Kg 18V. . Oth I' . At. , in Ouster cuun- tj. lebrasUa , which said land was the tim ber culture entry or the lice claim of tiie said decendent at the time of his death and upon which he then resided and which was then his home , said petition alleging that bald tract ol land Is wholly esempt ftom attachment , execution or other mc-mc pro cess , and is not liable tor the payment of debts of the said deceased.ami that all debts against said estate , it any , are barred by the statute of limitations and said estate dis charged therefrom , and alleging the follow ing named persons , with their ages and residence are the sole and only heirs at law of thcsaid deceased poison , vlss : Louise IJayr- hoffer Knglchard , aged ( ! 7 , Kagle I.ake.Texas ; Chas. Ii. Hayrhoffer , aged 0.1 , Monroe , Wl.s. Augusta Hayrhoffer , aged 0:1 : , Ottawa , Illinois Fannv Hayrhoffer Thelen , ageil M , National Pity , California ; and 30111- petitioner Theo dore C. 11. Hayrholfer , aged Id Hrolven How , Nebraska ; And the lollowlng children of Carolina Uayrhoifer Klesselbach , who was a sister of Oustave Hayrholfer , deceased , via ; Sophia Ivlesselbach , unmarried , aged 31 , Lin coin , Nebraska , lUidolph Kiesselbaoh , uged 0 , Lincoln , Nebraska , Theodore Klessel- bach , aged 21Lincoln , Nebraska and Fanny Klcsselbach 1'rell. aged 2 . Osceola. Nebraska. Petitioner prays for a decree vesting the title to said land In above named persons , and that all debts , If anv , against said de cendent , be declared null and void and of no effect. It Is therefore ordered by me that the oiilce of the probate court room In Hroken How , Custer county , Nebraska , and the HHh day of September , 11)08 , at 10 o'clock A. M. Is hereby llxed liy me as the place and time for the hearing of said petition , and that this notice be published for not less than three successive weeks prior to the saiil day and year In the CU.STKII COUNTY HKiuniLtoAN , a legal newspaper published In said Custer V county , Nebraska , Cllven under my hand this 20th day of August. A. I ) . 190S. J. K. DEAN , Attorney. [ SKAI , ] A. It HUMPIIHKY. IS IS County Judge. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT , Tlio following iiropoied amendment to the constitution at the Stata of Ne braska , RG huv lnnftfr net forth In full , is submitted to tha ulcntom of Uio Statj of Ifebraclia , to lie voted 11:1011 : at tli > general t-lertlcn 1' ' ' " > lil Tueeauy , November 3rd , A. . 1908 : A JOINT HKSOU'TION to | iropose an AmOndnu'iil to Kwtlon ! ) , Artlcln 8 ot tlie CoiiHtltntlon of the State of Nu- . Be It Uouolvctl aud Enacted By the I > 0 iclatnrc of the Jitate ot Nebraska : Section 1. ( Amuiiiliuont. ) Tluit at lliu Ri'iieia ! oloctlon for aiatii anil li-qisl'itivi ofllicis to bi > liPld on tinTiK"diiy HIK-- ci'i'illnji tinflr.tt Alondav In N'ovcmlH-r. ISlto. tilt" follow lim im.vlyl" ? ' I- p- iiif-l i\ml \ snlimlttod to tlie doctors of the state UH an anic'iiiliiu'iu Ui , - > i.i ' . Ai - clc S of the constitution of Hit- State < , t Nebraska : Sen Ion i ) . ( Educational Funds , Invest * ment. ) All funds heloiiKinK to this .stain for oilucatlonal purposes , the Interest anil Income whereof only are to lie iwi-d , xlmll he depined trust funds held hy tliu state , and the state shall supply all losso-i theiepf that may In tiny manner ucnuo , BO that the same shall remain forever Inviolate and undlmlnlshed ; and shall not be Invested or loaned except on United States or state seeniltles , or registered county bond * of this state , or registered Bchool dHtiict bonds of this state , nnd such other securities as the lp ; lnlntiir < i may fiom time to tlm dlrert. And sneh funds wltli the Interest and Ineoini ! then- . of arc heieby Koleiunlv pledged for tli purposes for which llu-y .ire Ki'antcd and net apait. nnd shall mil he tninsleru-tl In any other fund for other uses. Sir-lion 1 ( Ballots ; Adoption. ) That nt snld election In the year 1HH. ! on ih ballot of each eleetor volhiK fi-i'-at Ih'- Bhall be printed or written the words : "l-'or pioposed amendment lo the Cons'1' tlon with reference to the ! m . ii , the oermanpiit school fund " nnd "attnlnst said proposed ainendment to the constitu tion with reference to the Investment of tlie pnimanent school fund. ' And it it majority of all voters ut said electiu'i .vliall he for mich atricndment , the aame Bliall bn deemed to be uiloptcd. Approved A PI II r. 1 ! )7 ) 1. ( Sen r .Iiiokln , Socrotarv of State of the State of Nebraska , do hereby cer- tlfv that the forefjolmv promised amend ment to the Constitution of the State of Nebraska Is a true and correet copy nf the original enrolled and engrossed hill. us passed by the Thirtieth session of Urn Ipplalnturc of the State of Nebraska , m appears from said original bill on fllo ! ri this office , and that said proposed amendment In submitted to the qualified voters of the State of Nebraska for their adoption or rejection at the KPiieral elec tion to be held on Tuesday , the 3d dav of November. A. D. 1DOS. fu testimony whereof , I have hereunto set my hand nnd affixed the Great Seal of the State of Nebraska Done at Lin coln. this Ifith day of July. In the vear of our Ixiid Ono Thousand Nine Hun dred and TCIsht , and of the Imlopendonco of the t'nltrd States the On > Hundred and Tlilrty-thlnJ , and of this State th Foi -second. . , , QKO C. JUNKTK , < 3asi\ \ ) Secretary of SUt . Once Again. Stronjrer than ever Sixteen Actors Arlington * Comedians will be in the Opera House every night during- Fair week with an entire lot of new plays Ho sure and see them. For Sale. I have HOO acres of good land , well improved , one mile north west of city limits. Fenced and cross fenced. I'ienty of good water , two wind mills. On easy terms. T. W. EDWARDS , 13-tf Broken Bow , Neb.