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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1909)
THE REPUBLICAN , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA ,
Hot Comity Division this
time tut a proper division of
later that will give you better J
service. I shall hereafter inain-
| tain my Jot Printing Department ,
separate and distinct in itself ,
Prices as low as possible.
Herbert G = Myers , Editor
§ News Notes From Our Assistant Editors
Charley Koozer has started to
Custer College in Broken Bow.
J. T. Cole is expecting a visit
from his sister from Ohio , some
time this month.
Mrs R. N. Norcutt and dauRh-i ;
tcr Sadie spent New Years Day
at W. W. Bishop's.
School commenced in this
district last Monday , alter a little
over one weeks vacation.
Leonard Smith has started to
the Tappen Valley school. He
is staying at Mr. Fred PersbalPs.
Mrs. M. D. Gallon entertained
Mr. Bishop's and Koozer's at art
oyster supper on New Year's
Mrs. Ralph Johnson was called
to Bear Canyon last Saturday
owing ; the serious illness of Wra.
B. B. Johnson.
B. B. Sands and lamily and
Oscar Tappaa and family enjoyed
an oyster stew on New Year's
night at the latter'a home.
M. D. Stone' baby was
sick last week. It being m a
spasm lasting SS minutes , A doc
tor was called and the little suf
ferer is now growing better.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Martin were
very pleasantly surprised " on Dec.
30th. ' 08. When about fifty
neighbors and friends came driv
ing in about eleven a. m. with
baskets fairly groaning under the
weight of good and appetizing
eatables. Needless to say that a
very enjoyable day was spent
and the friends wanting to show
Mr. and Mrs. Martin the esteem
Feed in large ana small quantities at both wholesale-
Special attention given to filling orders for coal
in any quantity.
Broken Bow , - - Nebraska
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Baldwin Nut and Lump
Cannon and Nigger Head- Coal
; . . , ; WE ALSO NOW HAVE NICE PEA COAL J
which they are held , presented
them with'a lovely silver berry
spoon and cream ladle , this being
another surprise to them , "bu
very tnucb' appreciated by Mr
Martin's. All returned to their
homes * in the evening thinking
about what a ple'asant day had
just passed , and that the occas
ion would remain in their memor
ies for years'to cetne , We regret
very much to think of the Mar
tin's departing from our midst in
the near future , but wish them
a prosperous life in their new
home , where ever they may hap
pen to locate. .
ANSL'B ? ITBM3 ,
Chas Saville waa a Lincoln vis
itor this we'e k.
C. C. Cooper is the owner of a
new Cadillac auto.
N. pwigut Ford was at Mason
City this week attending to busi
Hon. Clarence Mackey who has
been in Lincoln for several days
returned home Wednesday ,
A moving picture show at the
Opera Hous'e two nights this
\vecU given by Dr. Milou , the oc
Ben Manning's family moved
Somerford lasrt Wednesday.
Miss Alice Emer'son is visiting
her sister Mrs. Henry Schnider
Henry Schnided has sold his
farm oi 480 acree for 10,000
The brice of corn is near to
the 40c mark and some predict
the cereal will go lower.
We understand that land buy-
era are in the country and eviden-
ly there will be some land sold
A. J. Dickson has launched
into the matrimonial field. This
time the lady comes from the
Henry Bcheider will move to
Missouri or Illinoiss , but has
not decided as yet to which state
he shall migrate.
The New Year comes in like a
lamb and we hope the old adage
will fail "Coinu in like a lamb
and go out like a lion" .
C. W. Bedford has 'just taken
out an insurance * policy on his
new residence , in the State In
surance Company , by their agent
of this district , J. L . Ferguson.
Italy is certainly having her
troubles , the Quaka taking near
ly 200,000 ofher people's live's ,
The greatest of th" worlds difast-
Gecrge H , Kinsey has bought
a new Automible and will drive
an auto instead of driving bills
.hrough . alio Senate as we tried
o elect and place him there.
LOST , STRAYED OR STOLEN' : .
rifteen shoats , black and spotted
Weighing uboiit 125 Ibs. Borne
may be marked with a crop off
the ear. A liberal reward will be
given for information leading to
J. L. Ferguson represents the
Sew York Life , and the State
[ usurance Companie's. If you
want any insurance in these old
ine companies , Phone him aod
he will at your survice also ifyou
want to buy , sell or rent a farm ,
L/egal papers made or acknow-
P. M. Case is oil the sick list
Carl Leek visited here at Mr.
Guvier's Sunday ,
A. II. Luther moved to Broken
Bow last Wednesday.
Kevival meeting1 } closed last
Corn gathering is almost a
thing ot the past.
Mr. John Campbell moved to
Broken Bow Monday.
Fred Govier returned to Col
lege Monday morniug.
A. H. Cooksley and wife visit
ed at Merna last week.
Fay Sams expects to start for
Idaho the last of the week.
Chester Saim aaJ family visit-
ted at Mason City , New Years
K. D , Campbell shipped hogs
to Omaha tne first of the week.
Cooksley and Pirnie are bailing
hay for Thco Trischorn this
We see there is a new mail car
rier on the route from Berwjn to
Miss EnaVclch of Westemlle
v/ill finish the 3 mouths of school
Miss Ainy and Mina Pirnie and
Albert Powell visited at Lincoln
County this week.
Charlea Cooksley lias purchas ;
ed a new corn sbredder. Which
is doing fine work.
Mr. Piper returned home last
Tuesday from a week's visit iu
the eastern part of the state.
.There was no preaching Sun *
day morning as Rev. Chatnberliu
was culled away on account of
Mr. and Mrs. Cooksley euter-
tertained at their home Sunday ,
Miss Kitty and Edna Evans , Mis' *
Nettie Mottinger and Mr. A.
Willie Skelton of Milburn is in
Zora Clarey of Broken Bow has
been visiting in this neighbor
E. 0. Cole returned Sunday
morning from Lincoln where he
has been transacting business.
Rev. Brady filled his regular
appointed Sunday. He is plan
ing for protracted meetings
Maggie Heaps returned Sun
day to her school near Cliff after
spending a week with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Shores and
little ones of South Dakota are
visiting with Mrs. Shores' parents
Mr. rud Mrs. Jas Loyd.
The pupils of Snake Run school
are beginning to think about
their last D.iy program. Just
nine weeks aud they will be free
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Land ford
of Dry Valley visited Saturday
night and Sunday with thelaters
parents. Taking their sister
and lamily Mr. und Mrs , Shores
home with them.
The young folks of the neigh
borhood spent a very pleasant
evening at the home of Wm Con-
rads New Years night. Social
games were indulged iu until a
late hour when a fine tupper was
Mr. Griffie marketed hogs Tues
Dave Thompson marketed hogs
Mr. Martin is husking corn for
Jerome Taylor took hogs to
Mr. Griffie has lost several head
of calves with black-leg ,
Rev , Myers preached at the
O. K. school house last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs , A. J. Owen wen
to Dunning on business last week.
W. A. GEORGE , PRIJSIDENT I , , II. JEWETT , CASHiEit
JULES HAUMONT , VlCB PRK3 R. D. PICKETf , ASS'T CASUJBH
SECURITY STATE BANK
RESPONSIBILITY § 500,000. ' BROKEN BOW , NEBRASKA
There is a guaranty of deposits m thH Lnnk. You are invite * !
to call aud investigate our method ,
YOUR BUSINESS SOI/LOITJSD
Alice Huffdker made a flying
trip to Broken Bow last Friday ,
Corda Sheffield and Junto Cliue
visited at Mr. Hammond's last
Bertha Huffaker returned to
her school , near Ansehno , last
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Taylor
and daughters spent Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. b'rauk Taylor
from Broken Bow visited at Jer
ome Taylors Sunday.
The literary society held their
irst meeting at the O. K. school
louse last Saturday night ,
Leota Huffaker returned to
3roken Bow last Friday to con-
inue her studies at College.
Otha and Jeff Andrews from
Cedar county are visiting their
sister Mrs. A. J. Owen this week.
Nelly and Willis Taylor and
heir mother from Custer Center
visited at Jerome Taylor's Sun
Mr. and Mrs , Clarence Huffaker
gave a watch party for the young
people of this vicinity last Thurs-
lay night. The evening waa en-
'oycd by all present.
BERWYN ITEM3 ,
U. Sorensen spent New Yearn
at Litcbfield ,
Revival meetings were open
Sunday at the park.
G. H , Hart is setting"Em" up
on account of an eight pound
G. H. Hart has moved into his
new store. Harry has a new hat
R. D. Campbell shipped two
cars of hogs to South Omaha
The Berwyn Telephone Co. had
their annual meeting on Tuesday
Jerome Taylor shipped two
cars of cattle and one car of hogs
to South Omaha Wednesday.
Roy Hartley is remodeling the
old store building formerly
occupied by G. H. Hart for a
Jas , Craig has moved into A.
D. Harvill's building and will
have his restaurant ready to serve
tlic people soon.
Road Commissioner , Buckner
and surveyor Van Ant Werp have
been busily engaged surveying
the Tennent Roa * the past two
Mrs. Jim Chrisnesen spent a
few days with her daughter Mrs.
G. H. Hart , returning to her
home at Broken Bow Wednesday
The Berwyn Jolly Club pave
their first dance , New Years Eve.
At midnight the ladies surprised
the gents with an elegant lunch.
After lunch the music got busy
aud the dance went on until about
2 a. m. Everybody reported an
Mrs B. Johnson is on the sick
list this week ,
Prairie Hill school started
Monday after a vacation of two
Mr. David Coulter iihipped u
car load of cattle last Monday.
There was a large crowd out
to Epworth League last Sunday
Earl SliOLtp and Charley Long
fellovy are shelling corn in this
Mrs , Cushmau of Broken Bow
spent a few days last week with
her sister Mrs. Shou p.
Misses Esther Seal , LilUe and
Alice Longfellow returned to
school in Broken Bow Monday.
Miss Daisy Lonjjfellow and Mr
Will Philipsen went to Dunning
where they willl spend a few
weeks visiting relatives.
Mrs. John Price was called to
the bed side of her father who is
tfery ill , also her brother Mr.
Jake Evans is very sick.
Mr. J. Philipsen of Dunning
spent a few days last week
visiting his daughters Mrs. John
Longfellow and Mrs. John
Mrs. John Price received word
of her brothers death , Frank.
Evans , of New Mexico. We un
derstand he was killed but have
not learned the particulars.
Mrs. John Longfellow and
daughter Ester , Mrs. George
SIioup and sister'Mrs. Cushuian
of Broken Bow visited Mrs.
George Rceder of Custer Center
last I bursday.
CALL AWAY SIFTING
Thomas and Morris Grimes .of
Oconto spent Christmas with
their parents in Callaway.
Willis Haycock a traveling sales
man for a Lincoln whole-sale
house , visited under the parental
roof over Chritmas.
Miss Cora Morau who had * J
been visiting friends in Omaha
and Council Bluffs , returned
home one day.last week
Lawyer J. B. Dunti waa look
ing after legal matters at the
county seat the first of this week
where 'he was engaged in the
trial of a case coming1 fromOcou
to before Judge Humphrey.
' W. F. Zumbrunn Esq formerly
of'Callaway but" now a practicing
attorney in Kansas City , Mo. ,
has been visiting with relative's
and friends the past week. He is
a son-in-law iof Dr. Greeu and
Mrs. Zumbrunn has been here for
The young raatfMr. Neilson of
whom mention , was made lact
week as having been seriously ia
jured by a pile driver at Callaway
mills is now getting along in fine
shape , but he id compelled to
carry one side of his face in a
The new school'ia now ready
for occupancy. Moving into this
commodious jbuil'aing and out of
the old sba ck will"be something
akin to the- experience of. the
children of Isreal'whcn they left
the wilderness arid passed 'over
into the land of Palestine.
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