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Tlllfi KKfUULIUAN , OUSTJflU COUNTY , j
CUSTER COUNTV REPUBLICAN ,
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Whr hutul i ie'106 wot/a / * ti dlfcci6tjpi
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flrit of cncli uioatli ,
Local adTcrtlslnir flrq cent * PO ( line echln
Notice of church church fairs , socialist nnd
tutcrtalnrncnti whoto ruondy Ii chnrucd , otit
half rate * .
Ufutli notices free , half crlre for pnbljslilnir
Card of Tuanlcs , 90 cen t.
Legal notices at r < e iirorlitcJ slMutsi of
Society not Ices nud H9olutloB ! , oiifliai : r.iit
Wcddliiir notices fieci Ualf price , for nut of
Rutered at Broken Dow , Nnbraska , for trans-
r million In th United Hlales malU
nt aecoud clnia rates.
Herbert G. Myeri , Editor and Publislicr
llclng prompted by a detlrc to lead and
direct the educational forces of the great
county of Custer , In whose achoolg I was a
vupll nearly 30 yearn ago , I hereby formally
announce myself a candidate for the position
uf County Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion. I have advocated republican prlncl *
pica for IS years and am thui asking the dls
honor of being lu nominee at the
WALTJSU W. WATBIIB.
I hereby announce to the Republicans
of Custer County that I am a candidate
for the nomination to the office of
County Surveyor subject to the express
ed will of the members of my party at
the primary. I have served as Deputy
County Surveyor for the past 3 years ,
and previous to the practical 'end ac
quired my education In the County
schools of Custer County , in the Fremont
Normal school and the Nebraska State
University. I have always lived lu
Custer county and have always support
ed the Republican ticket.
A. J. VANANTV/KRP'
Ideslr * to announce ray candidacy for tb
officoof County Superlnterdeut , Hubject to th
wisbes of the rotcra and school pnlroni of th
I was born In Ctiiter county and received my
common school enucatlon In her ichooU *
Since then I Uavo taught several yeart In tbo
district and village schools of the county ; have
received a profeialunal state ccrtlQcato and
completed a full college couria. I believe
totu education and cxperltuca at in * to do
efflcUnt wjrk for the county.
GARLAND E. LtWIS ,
Atuolmo , Nebr ,
The announcement of the can
didacy of. Garland E. Lewis for
county superintendent appears
in this issue , Mr. Lewis is a
young rafin who has been raised
and educated in Glister County
and would make a good county
The candidates lor county
oflkcti are beginning to make
their announcements and the
voters should keep their eye on
them and study their qualifica
tions. The most essential thing
in the operation of a popular
form of government such as ours
is the selection of good party
candidates and that responsibil
ity under the primary system
rests on the people.
Lcgij'nture was Rotten ,
"W. J. Taylor , of Memo , who
was one of the Democratic rep
resentatives from this district in
the last legislature says :
"Everybody knows that the
Democratic legislature was com
pletely helpless in the grip ol
he corporations , insurance com
panies and brewers , and fell far
short of redeeming its pledges.
Good honest Democrats , many
of them in the liouse , admitted
by explanations to be printed in
the house journal , that our party
could not redeem its pledges be
cause of the influence of the cor
Take that and smoke it in
your pipe Brother Beal. If you
believe in straightforward , hon
est journalism , now , come out
and admit the truth.
New Hope Items.
Mr. Bushes visited at Mr.
Gnffies last Sunday.
Dr. Talbot was called to Mr.
Bryson'slast Mo nday.
Mr. Iluffaker and son , Clar
ence , shipped hogs Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Day spent
Saturday and Sunday with Mrr.
John Squires was down look-
Ptiro Food Producto
HOUSE PLANTS FOR SAlfi ORDERS TAKEN FOR CUT FLOWERS
12 cans of Red Ripe Touatoeu , cana chock full of fruit not water
12 cms export Corn , this Is nice Juicv corn , for y3c
11 cans extra fancy Mniue corn , the best on earth for f I 68
Special Conned Goods Offering : 3 cans corn , 3 cans tonmtoes , 3 cans
peas und 3 cms of liciini fet only $ [ .33
Our Ten Leaf Tea at 500 n pound , veiy fancy. Also Our Knmo Coffee
Pancy Drink , pound 3 ° c
I'uritin for Little Chickens , per sack I 3 < ic
Louse Killer for your I'oultty. best on earth , per pkg 250
Oyslcr Shells the best for jour poultry i cents per Ib. or $ l.Bo per1100 Ib
Panacea 25 and 60 cent packages to keep your poultry healthy.
April 3oth is raisin day all over the United States , We have them in
nil style packages bulk , plain , seeded and seedless , riend in your order
early for them. April 3oth is raisin day.
ing after interests on his farm
Walter Iluffaker went to Oma
ha last week with his father's
cattle , returning home last Fri
Mrs. Peacock , from Broken
Bow , spent Saturday and Sun
day with her daughter , Mrs.
Leota Iluffaker came home last
Friday and returned to Broken
Bow , where she is attending col
lege , Sunday.
Corda Sheffield returned home
last Tuesday , after havin'g fin
ished an eight months term of
school at Tuckerville.
Farm and City loans at lowest
rates. M-ll-tf JAMHS LKDWICII.
Drink "Blue Ribbon" coffee-
Roasted fresh every day. 24tf.
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age of our best
for only 10 cents.
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Custer County Republican , Broken Bow , Nebraska
5 gal. of our best
gasoline for 90
A cold wave visited these parts
Saturday. Ice froze to the
.hickncss ot one inch and the
juib shoved down to 19 degrees
We heard some talk of corn
planting last week , but "old Sol"
didn't see it that way , so the
would-be early corn grower was
put out of commission and stop
ped his corn planter.
Iw. A. Corey had the mis
fortune to lose his bull. He left
the animal at S. Fuller's pasture
and it got into Ed Gibbon's pas
ture , became involved in a fight
with Ed's bull , resulting in the
death of the animal.
Frank Dickson met with a
serious and painful accident Sun.
day , while striking with a ball
bat at a bone thrown him , the
missile shattered and glanced ,
striking him on'the front teeth
knocking out one tooth and
breaking another. While such
an accident is oainful. a eood iob
of dentistry will put his mouth
in good shape again.
Glaus Marth has issued a
warning sign to all autoists via ,
for them to bring their machines
to a dead stand still when meet
ing this "avoirdupoisly" gentle
man. If they should fail to do so
Glaus informed us he will dr x\v
bead on a tire of the fleeing auto
and puncture the tire. So auto
drivers might do themselves a
lot of good by taking due notice
of the above and govern them
An automobile was detained
about half an hour at 9:30 : p. m. .
ast night. We thought she had
gone "daffy" and struck for re
> airs , but finally the chaffeur
jot 'er to going and the last we
saw of the headlight she was
leaded for Broken Bow , running
at a high rate of speed. In all
irobability the driver had an
- of Glaus Marth's
ng sign and wanted both his
nachine and h'tnself ' in a place
Mr. Thomas is on the sick
Mr. Price's have begun to
) lant corn.
The circle will meet' with Mrs.
True Thursday , May 13.
Rev. Tompson preached to a
argc crowd Sunday and will
preach again in two weeks.
Mrs. Price's brother , Mr.
Bvans , who has been down in
Mexico , visited here Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Morford went
down to the Loop Sunday to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Cooper.
They returned on Monday.
Messrs. Perry Morford , Jesse
Price and Misses Bertie Fodge
and Ora Morford attended
church in Broken Bow Sunday
One of the professors of the
Agricultural school , of Lincoln ,
visited with Mr. Reese at his
ranch last Sunday and was
highly pleased with the way the
ranch is conducted.
E. Mottinger marketed hogs in
P. M. Case is visiting his son ,
Arthur , near Georgetown.
Carl Kleeb is helping his
brother , Albert , this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lock nnd
Mrs. John Kleeb were Broken
How visitors Monday.
Misses Amy and Mina Penile ,
Messrs. Roy Leek and Georcr
Cooksley , spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. John Kleeb. "
The missionary lecture given
at the M , E church Tuesday
; vening was well attended nnd
is reported to have been yery in
teresting , i
Grandma Shafer , who has been
spending the past month with
ier daughter , Mrs. Mottinger ,
a-turned to her home near West-
MAKE YOUR HOME MORE
Have you seen our new
line of samples of high \
grade wall paper ? No
store in town can offer you
a collection of such rare
beauty and elegance to
choose from at such reason
It will be a pleasure to
you and to us to have you
look them over.
The Busy Druggist
The rough , unevenly
lies the trouble in many
of the cheaper watches.
I buy none but the finest
American made main
springs , thoroughly test
ed before insertion , and
guarantee them from
breakage for one year.
Drs. Farnsworth & Beck
Drink "Blue Ribbon" coffee.
Roasted fresh every day. 24tf.
All unauthorized persons are
hereby notified to not interfer in
any way with street lamps , man
tles , and fixtures under penalty
of the law. a-22-a29
WKSTIJKN LIGHT and FUEL Co.
A Great Wrestling1 SSutcli at the Op
era House on
Farmer Burns is the Middle Weight Cham
pion of the world , lie is known as one of the
great Athletes of this country. Chicago Jack is
thought , by many , to be equally as good a man.
This will , without doubt ; be the greatest
Wrestling Match ever seen in the western part of
Several Preliminary Con
tests will be Put On.
Ample Accomodations will be made for the
the Audience. Special seats for the ladies , will be
provided in the wings of the stage.
Admission 5fc ) , f