Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, March 04, 1909, Page 3, Image 3

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    .s THE ) 'REPUBLICAN , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA ?
1.s
1 will offer for sale at my place , four miles
| south , and one and one half miles west of Ansloy enl
\l \ 1909 ,
The Following Described Property To-wit :
28 Head of Horses 28
i Span Black Mates 7 and 9 jiS.
old both in foal , \\t 2100 11)3. )
i Ryan Roan Mares 5 niul 10 jrs.
old , one in foal , \\t. 2000.
Three Mmcs coming 4rs. . old.
1 hree Mnrei coming 3 J r < 5. old.
I Span Datk Hay Geldingi , com
ing 5 jr.old. ! .
1 'V > an lllack Geldings criming
1 ) ! } . old.
. ) lllack Geldings , coining 3 yifl.
old.
2 Dl.ick Geldings , coming 2 yts.
old.
Horses Continued
, J Maie Cells coming callings.
3 Horse Colts , coming jearliugs.
i 1'rench Diaft Stallion , known
ni Planet.
FARM IMPLEMENTS
i Disc
i Ohio Hiding Cultivator.
1 .1 , I. Ca-e Killing Cultivator.
2 Hay Knkci.
2 lfaim Wagons.
2 Set < J of Work Hames.
i Singlf Uii\ing I lame ? ? ,
i Set of Fly Nets.
TjUNCil AT
TERMS OE SALE
Eight months time will be given on all sums
over $10.00. Purchaser to give note with approv
ed security , bearing interest at 10 per cent from
date. All sums under 810.00 cash.
iwner.
J. B. JONES , Auctioneer. T. T. VARNEY , Clerk.
Wish lo call your alfcnlion < o iht line line of
! KTABLKH llioy have on hand snoh as :
Carrots Onions
Parsnips Beets
Turnips Lettuce
Cabbage Celery
We have the I'MNKST KUlCSIl OYSTERS
in tlie c-ity , shipped direet from Baltimore.
Sheppard & Burk
GTIVE
TO PACIFIC COAST : -Only S2S 00 tidily March and April.
SEATTLE EXPOSITION-Summer of 1 )0' ' , only $5000 round
trip , $15 00 more through California.
SUMMER TOURIST : Very cheap excursion rates commencing
June 1st , to scenic Colorado , Rocky Mountain resorts , Big Horn
Mountains , Black Iltlls of South Dakota , Yellowstone Park.
HOMESEEKERS : Only $27.30 round trip to the BigHorn Basin
irrigated lauds on the fjrst and third Tuesdays.
Tour the West and sec what is going on out
there ; you will be amazed.
Wnle for folderb , rate-5 , information , and learn about our variable
ro.tte tours embracing all attractive features enroule.
II. L , Ormsby , Broken Bow , Nel ) . ,
Ticket Agent.
L. W. WAKKI.RV , G. P. A. , OMAHA.
CHURCH ABOUT COMPLETED
People Of Cliff Table Will Dedicate
Hiiildimr About Die Hist
Of April.
The Union church on the
Cliff Table twelve miles west of
Merna , is nearly completed. The
exterior of the building is all
finished and the steel ceiling has
been put on. The plastering of
the church commenced last Tues
day and it i' > expected that the
church will be icady for dedica
tion about April first. The
church when completed will cost
about $2000.00 and the people
expect to put in about $ -100.00
worth of furniture making the
total cost in the neighborhood of
$3,000.00. The church is 30 x10
feet with an incline floor : the
annex for the pulpit is 12 x 16
feet and the vestibule is 8 feet
square with a belfry over it.
The seating capacity of the
church is about four hundred.
The members of the church ex
pect to have a regular pastor as
soon as the building is completed
and dedicated D , 13. Bander is
the contractor and builder.
Coining Hack For Three Nights.
The Benjamin Stock Co. will
play a return date at the North
Side Opera House , for three
days , beginning Monday the 8th
of March. The company is just
the same as on their previous en
gagement but the plays and
specialties will all be new. As
announced on their last night
they will play "A Night in China
Town. " The greatest sensation
al Comedy Drama ever written.
This playa ? written especially
for Miss Dot Karrol , the young
lady who made such a hit play
ing the soubrette parts. "The
Cowboy and the Girl , " will also
be presented. In this play Mr.
Fred Friuk , that funny man , has
his pet comedy part , and he will
make you laugh as never before.
Mr. Beach and Mr. Benjamin
both have < qually strong parts
and play them as such a finished
actor can. May Shannon , Frank
Eliott , Glen Crawford , and Mr.
Ilamlin have good parts and
are equally clever.
Mr. Benjamin has five new
plays in the Repertoire and will
present three of the best ones
on the above dates. The new
plays are as follows : Tempest
and Sunshine , The Cowboy and
the CJitl , A Night in China
Town , My Partner , and My
Wife's Aunt.
Mgr. Great , Patrons of the
Opera House and the press were
unuiuious in saying that the Ben
jamin Stock Co. was practically
the best ever coming to Broken
Bow. You don't run any risk of
being "slung" in going to see
this show. We all know its
good. Seats are on sale at the
usual place and a number of re
servations for season tickels have
been made. Those who were
disappointed in getting their
usual seats last time had better
hurry as the house will no doubt
be sold out each night in ad
vance.
JIWII. Ml I.LI ) ACCinrNflY.
IA. . Jewel , of Ausley , died
Friday afternoon from an injury
received while loading sand.
Jewel was loading his wagon
with sand about three and one-
half miles soulq of Ansley when
the clay qaek which he had un
dermined in loading the sand
began to crack and give way.
Seeing the danger he tried to
tjet out of the way but the wagon
was baced up to the bank so that
as the clay caved in it threw him
against the endgate audit struck
him just below the eyes , cutting
a bad gash in his nose and face ,
lie lived about three hours after
the accident and was conscious
up to a few minutes of the time
he died.
Mr. Jewel came to this county
in 1884and settleb on a farm in
Cat Creek between Ansley and
Georgetown.
DILLS IN HOUSE AND SENATE.
The following bil 1 was intro
duced in the senate during the
past week by Ollis of Valley :
S. P. 330. Requires that two
motoruicu shall be assigned to
the operation of railway gasoline
cars , and that cars shall be pro
vidcd with too toilet rooms and
one smoker.
The following bill was in
troduced in the House during the
past week by Miller of Cttster :
II. H. 534. Prohibiting any
officer to prepare papers for filing
in his office , or to be used in any
proceeding coming before him.
The following bills were in
troduced iu the House during the
past week by Taylor of Custer :
H. R. 461. Providing that the
railway commission must give its
consent before public service cor
porations can issue stock and
bonds , but the restriction canno
apply to telephone companies
having less than 1,000 phones in
service
H. R , 568. by Taylor of Cus-
tei and Nettletou of Clay - Providing
viding for appeals from decisions
of railway commission direct to
supreme court.
In the County Coin t of Ciistvt Count } Noli
In the matter of the ustati * I
luiluy ami Hyron VNOl'ICP.
. U.illey cacti deceased I
The St.ite of Nebraska. To all pet sons In
teresled In said estate1
T.ike notice , that .1 petition lias been llli-d
by Ida .1 Prolkey for Die appointment of
herself as .ulmlnlstrutU of said estates anil
alleging that Sarah J U.illey Is tlie mother
of lh ion L Ualluy and that each of said pel
sons .ire deceased , and that the lathei of the
said II ) ron L Ualley died prior to the death
of the said Sarah J. Dalley , ui.d lh.it upon
the death of the said llton I , D.illcv his
said estate passed to the said Sarah .1 D.itley
and upon het death to thehelrx at l.iu o ! the
said barah J Ualley , deceased , \\hlih petl
tlun hat. been het tor hearing hefoie the
County Coutt ot Cimter Count ) , Nebiasua
on the .list day ot March , IOOU , at ID oiloiU ,
a in , at which time any person Interested
In said estate ma ) appeal and object to said
appointment.
Dated Pebiuary ll , 1009 A , 11. HlJMl'iumv ,
r 25 M lUt. * Count ) Judge
NOTICI : or PUHUCATION
III the County court of Custer County Nebi
The devisees , legatees , hell s and all per
sons Interested In the estate of Daniel T.
Mauk , deceased : Take Notice : That Sadie
M.iuk , has tiled In the County Court of custer
County Nebr. , a duly authenticated -opy ot
the last will and testament ot Daniel T
Mauk and of the Probate thereof , In the
County of Hhea In the State flf TOnn , , and a
petition lira ) Ing to have the said Instrument
admitted , allowed and probated as the last
Instrument admitted , alloued and piobated
as the last will and testament of the said
Daniel T. Mauk , In this Court , \\hlch Mill te
lates to both real and personal property In
this Court , sild petition also pras for the
appointment of Frank Mauk or Sadie Mauk
as executor That thorium it was oidere.il
that said petition he heard In this Conit on
the 27th day of March IIKH ) at U ) o'clot k n m
when and where all paitlCN Interestul wll
he heaid Dated Pebr. Zlrd. 190U
J A Aimour , I ' A U lluinplue ) ,
Ally for Petitioner \ County
P. aM is 4t.
IF YOU'VE GOT
a little more money than you need
( or every-day uses , that's liable to
find its way to Wall Street some
time < for goodness * sake" in
vest i 5 cents of it in the March
KVURYUODY'S and find out
how much chance you'\c got in
" the big fellows' game. "
Your 1 5 cents will pay you back
FOR SALE
C. II. < & A. W.
HOLCOMB
TAKE NOTICE
" \/pr SPKINCi line of Hugs , Carpets , Mattings ,
J. A Portiers and Couch Covers arc arriving
almost daily. In the followingsixes : : 8FtUin x 10
fiOin , i ) x II , ! ) x 12 , lift JJin x la , and 12 x 15 , in
room sixes or we can
Have Carpet Made Up
to lit any si/.ed room. Our prices on Kugs , Car
pets and lAirniture are right. Bring your Cata
logue with you and inspect our goods. We. will
meet Catalogue prices on the same quality of
goods or make you a preseni.
We want your patronage
and our Motto is "A Square
Deal. " - : - - : - - : -
D. C. KONKLE
THE U R N I T U R E 1&A N
Ship Your Live Stock
To The
Farmers' Live Stock Commission co.
Rooms 209 and 211 Exchange Bldg. South Omaha.
They GetTop
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.KS HAUMONT , Vi U. 11 IMCICKIM' , Ass'r CSIIIICH $ .
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! SECURITY STATE BANK !
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i RESrONSlBILlTY $ iiOO,000. BROKEN BOW , NEBRASKA 1
There ia a gnaianty of deposits ill this bank. Von aru unite.1 Or 8
to call and investigate out method : : : : : : : : : :
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VOIJR HUSTN11SR SOI-JC'lTWn
IF yOU BUY A CAR BEFORE YOU SEE THE
Do not look at the
Jackson afterwards be
cause yon will always
regret that you did not
huy it. Note the si/.e
of our engine and its
hill climbing abilities.
See our Motto : uiS'o
Hill too Steep , No sand
M I
too Deep. " i will be glad to demonstrate the Jackson to Prospective buyers
J. S. McGRAW , Agent"