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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1909)
10 THK KEPUBLIOAN , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , :
S ADDITIONAL LOCAL. f1
Ras Anderson nude a business
itrlp to Omaha Tuesday.
' S. A. llolcomb and family re
turned to tbe city the last of the
J. U Klumh of the west Table
was in the city on business Tttcs-
Judge Humphrey went to Lin
coln a3 a delegate to the Grand
Lodge of A , O. U. W.
S. P. Great & Co. sold their
stock of hardware last week to
Dr. R. B. Mullins is enjoying
n visit this week from his sister ,
Mrs. Bolingor , of Oskaloosa ,
Miss Myrtle Smith is home
Irom teaching a successful term
of school at the Center school
The high school base ball team
will go down to Ravenna to
morrow for a game with the Ka
vcnna high school team
Attorney N. D. Ford , of Anslcy ,
Was in tlii : city yesterday. A r
Ford is being urjjod by his frieud-
to in.tkc the i co for Cu. ; ; \
Juiiiii- Urn frill.
Mvs J 0. JJowc ; : and Miss Cora
Miller have been enjoying a visit
from their mother , Mrs. Moore ,
of Chicago , Mrs. Moore left for
her home yesterday morning.
A. II. Walker , of Custer town
ship , was down to Grand Island
this week and purchased a stal
lion. The horse vill be two
years old this summer and
Jim Mullins , Jim Woods , Jin
Anderson and EW. . Simmons ,
are expected to return tomorrow
. from a trip to Corpus Christi ,
Texas , where they went to look
over some real estate.
W. Cruson , of Miller , South
Dakota , passed through the city
last Thursday and stopped a
day to visit uilh J.II. Spain. Mr.
Croson is driving- through to Col
orado with nine head of horses.
John McGraw returned Satur
day from Omaha with a $1000
Jackson auto for Dr. R , 13. Mul
lins. lie expects to go down
again in about ten days to get
another like it for Gust Taylor.
These , like the other Jackson
cars , are as-nobby as any on the
May Jacobs accompanied Jlim on
Mr. 13. Miller , of Sargent , one
of the representatives from this
county , was married to Miss
Mary 13. Brown , of Hastings ,
Nebr. , on Tuesday , May 5th , at
the home of the bride's sister , in
Hastings. The wedding was a
quiet one , only the relatives and
a few of the intimate friends of
the contracting parties being
They will be at home to their
ifrieuds after June 1st. at Mr.
Miller's residence in Sargent.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sanders ar
the proud parents ol a baby bo )
born May Sth
Prank Ed wards an'd famil
visited at Gco. Sweeney's las
Pearly and Ida Ingrahan
visited relatives near New IIci
Mr. Vauice , of Broken Bow.
will preach at Ortclla nex
Mr. Shamblin visited at Mr.
Mrs. McDernell is visiting Mr.
Jas. Milligan this week.
The committee appointed to
arrange for band concerts in th (
park during the coming suuimci
has not been able to complete it *
contract with the band as yet
but this will be done in the nex
few days ,
son of Mn. Eflie Henja. died at o
p. in. , Tuesday after an illness
of a few days with ppi > mliciis ( ,
An operation was performed on
him Monday to remove the ap
pendix. The funeral services
were held in Ihe Methodist
church this morning. l\Vv. W.
II. Xanders preached il e hncral
Kcv. Cad well , who was stricken
with paralysis last week , died
Saturday morning at Ivodi. The
services were held in the Kvan-
gcncai ciiun.ii ui IVMII < UHI mi ;
remains were laid to rc : > l in the
Lodi cemetery , Tuesday. Rev.
Cadwcll is an old resident of this
county and was at one time pas
tor of the Baptist church in this
city. He was eighty-four years
old at the time of his death. lie
was an uncle of Willis Cadwcll's.
Hugh McClane died Monday
evening from a stroke of paraly
sis which came on last Friday
afternoon. Mr. McLane was
eighty-five years old. lie has
been a resident of thh county
since 18'16. The funeral se vices
were hold Wednesday in tlic
C.itholic church. l'\T.hrr ' Don-
icily conducted t-e iervic < " ? .
The Broken How township
officers are pushing the road
work of the township as rapidly
as pnasible. L. Cushtnan is
working now with a crew of
buck scrapers on the Ash creek
road. John Jensen has another
crew on the Ilasberla and Miller
road south of the King school
house. The committee is put
ting in the corrogatcd steel cul
verts this year because it be
lieves that their greater lasting
qualities will make them cheaper
in the end. The committee ex
pects in a short time to have an
elevated grader at work.
T1PIPCP & -'fi- ' < - < 1(9 (
i\tL jL , 1 u
The school board has secured
Chief Justice M. LJ Kccse of the
Nebraska Supreme Court to de
liver the baccalaureate address
tor the graduating class of the
high school. The addrcrs wil
l r ilf.1i vprpfl nti ( tin n f t nvimnii ni
May 23rd. at the north s de
Opera House. The graduating
exercises will come the following
week. The school board is for
tunate is securing so eminent a
jurist and able speaker as Judge
Recso to make the address.
The following tq the names of
the high school graduates for
Clara Davis riorence IClmberllng
I'.sarl Jolmson r.glantine Sklluuu
Alv.i ISeed Nettle .lensen
r.lhel Unekwell llessle Johnson
Oralt Squires Kutli McShcrry
Mildred Hall Usther Heal
Grille Ktehardson Itorenlcc McComas
licrtlle iscckwltli 1'lMllClsVlls011
Vcra llupert Clulstlna Haumont
Mabel Pinekney I.in Olm-ited
John Koburtsou s ott
HON. SAMUEL H. PILES ,
United States Senator from Washing-
L . ton " , * . . . /
SOMIrilliNi : ( IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN
MI tlic way of tlie new paint-
iib yum iiiiuuu : xuuii you
must be sure to get the best
Paint in the market , and that
It costs less because it goes
furthest ; it wears best and
looks bjst. AVe carry it in
all colors also a full line of
brushes , etc.
Drugs and Jewelry
DON'T BE BALD.
If there is any vitality in the hair roots
Rcxall " 93" Hair Tonic will positively
prow new hair and cure baldness. We
want yon to try this preparation at our risk.
We'll return the money you paid us if you
are not entirely satisfied. Two sizes , 509 ,
and 1.00 , _
ED. McCOMAS ,
DruiJs rvnd Jewelry.
Every household has
need for an :
FOUNTAIN SYRINGE ,
HOT WATER BOTTLE
and other Rubber
We ha'vc a complete stock
of every sort of House
hold Rubber Goods.
The prices are ' very
low. The quality is
Al. And we assure
you satisfaction in ev
J. Go HaeDerle
Broken Bow , Nebr.
Fine Residence property for
sale. Call on I. A. Colcuian of
Broken Bow. Feb'y 25-tf.
NOTICI : TO cituiHTOits
III tlii ; county Court of Custer county , Neb-
In the matter of the Estate of William J.
The State of Nebraska , to Creditors of
said r.state :
T.ike Notice , that Illl sit In the County
Couit Room , In Broken How , In Salil County ,
on the sath day of May 11M > , and the 10th day
of November 11W , at 10 o'clock a. in. , to re
ceive and examine all claims Hied and pre
sented against .said estate , with a view to
their adjustment and allowance ; and that on
be ilrst date above named the petition of
the widow \vlllbeheard for homestead , ex
eruptions and allowance , and other stat
The time limit for the presentation of
claims against said estate Is six months from
the 20 day of April I9o0 , and the time limited
lor the payment of "debts Is one year from
Dated I-SO ' 09. A. It. lUTMl'lllluv ,
Says the collar to the shirt ,
"you carried me well , " let us
meet\agatu at the Broken Bow
Steam Laundry , Broken Bow ,
Want breaking done one and
one-half miles from town. J. A.
Restaurant for Sale.
A well regulated and well lo
cated restaurant for sale. The
restaurant is doing a good busi
ness. Address box 917.
We are deairoua of placing
with farmers a few more con
tracts for growing1 cucumber ,
musk melon , water tqelon ,
squash and pumpkin seed. Also
sweet and flint corn. Our prices
are the highest in years and the
season looks favorable.
We would be pleased to cor
respond with any one interested.
THK C. HitKiWKT COY Sunn Co.
mG-m27 C. II. COY , Pres
Model "E Tourabout =
The Jackson Car
The Jackson is the best all around car on the market to-day.
The car is good in all of its parts It is a leader in simplicity , in
power and in durability. It is so simple of operation that anyone
can run it. And then , too , the price is reasonable.
The Jackson has made-its reputation on the fact that no hill is
too steep and no sand is too deep for it. This is not simply an idle
claim but it is an actual fact which will be proved to your satisfac
tion if you will give us an opportunity to demonstrate the car toyoii. X
JOHN S. McGRAW , Agent
"Work for Yourself and a Woman"
Kiplingwrote. . Most men follow that creed , or try
to. Rent payers , however , work for themselves , the
woman and the landlord. Sometimes this fact
comes to them with such force that they revolt and
stop working- for the landlord.
If you are ready to revolt and want to buy a farm
so that the rent collector will be a stranger to } rou ,
come in and see us about it.
We will be pleased to render you every possible
service in obtaining what you want. There is noth
ing that will beat a good farm in Custer county and we
can show you one that is large or small and is im
proved or unimproved.
I MBftJi' ' iH'iM" ' ! ' 'areggaEg
Willis C \ \
Broen Bow , - - Nebraska
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