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itf UEl'UBMOAN , UUSTJSU COUNTY , flEBKABKA.
On The Market
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 to you.
JOHN S. McGRAW , Agent
Well Here liveware "again , I
An old acquaintance back.
Just as happy , just as snappy ,
just as gingery , just as enticing
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Send your Abstract Orders to
Jmt . L e
Office In Security State Bank'B'id'ng
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Mrs. Small is better at this
writing. Her sister came in to
see her , but havnn't learned
whether she is still here or not.
Lee Gerard , an old acquain
tance of the Cole's is here to help
with their work this summer.
Arthur Stewart assisted them
too , last week.
Frank Routh has the tower
made and will have a windmill
put up , ( by 'an by. )
Mrs. Nina McComas , in com
pany with a number of friends ,
went to Anselmo Tuesday eve
ning on lodge business.
Chas Kooaer attended a social
Tuesday night at Custer college.
Reports a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop are home
from their tiip to Illinois.
Misses Elmira and Nannie Mc
Comas are home for their sum
mer vacation. They attended
school in Broken Bow last year.
The neighborhood feels very
bad over the fate of Charles Ro
derick. The young man was
with his brother George last year
and helped farm. Early in the
winter he started to Custer col
lege and has been there until
last week , when he suddenly be
came insane and was taken to
Hastings immediately. It is
lioped that he may soon recover.
Miss Belle Sands is staying a
few days in the city this week.
We are having plenty of hu
midity these days. We ought
not complain even if some have-
not all of their corn planted.
Mr. T. H. Decker met with
quite a serious accident while
listing corn. In some way the
lister upset upon him while the
horses were still going , dragging
him with the lister , bruising ,
and at ono time it was thought
rupturing him. At this writing
Mr. Decker is doing as well as
well as could be expected and it
is now thought an operation will
not be necessary.
The oats sown broadcast are
not as good'as in former years on
account of the freezes and after
wards dry weather. The drilled
oats look fine , We.put ours in
that way and made a suggestion
favoring the- drilling of oats
before the seeding began.
If any one wants insurance ,
or to sell , buy or rent a farm , or
want legal papers drawn up or
acknowledged , platting or sur
veying done , remember J. L.
Ferguson the hustling real estate
man can fix you out by calling
or phoning him.
S bacribe and advertise in Uiu
REPUBLICAN and have a good
newsy clean sheet in your homes ,
thereby keeping informed of all
the late topics of ihn day , and
oft'titnes this knowledge is in
valuable in making and saving
money. We have seen once in a
while where persons owning
their own homes not having a
county paper sent Ihcui , How
they do this we cannot under
stand , for we talcc all of the
county papers and connot get
along without them.
This is going to be the banner
year. The majority of the
corn is all up and a finer stand or
larger acreage we never saw.
Custer county will certainly be
one hundred per cent and this
Obe Dickson came near meet
ing with an accident with the
lister. In some manner his foot
got caught in one of the shovels ,
splitting the entire shoe and
might have cut his foot badly
but the team stopping averted
what might have been a serious
Mr. Morford visited Saturday
and Sunday at the Lou p.
Mr. and Mrs. George Roeder ,
of Ormsby , visited at Mr.
Will Morris and family , of An
selmo , visited Tuesday at Mr.
Prairie Hill ball team went to
Broken Bow last Friday and
played ball with the College
team. The score was 9 to 6 in
favor of Prairie Hill.
A number of the boys attended
the dance at John Sweeny's on
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd , of Calla-
way , visited last Thursday at
Misses Esther Beal and Alice
Longfellow are home from
Mrs. Nail and Grace Beal ar
rived Tuesday morning from
Indiana. Grace will spend the
summer with her parents.
A number of the young folks
from this place attended the
party at Asa Farrow's in Ryno
Saturday night. A pleasant
time was reported.
The circle will meet with Mrs.
Bell Weesner Thursday , June 10.
The young people are begin
ning their practice for Children's
Day exercises , which will be
some time in June.
Attention please ! Those that
are out riding Sunday evenings
must beware of automobiles.
The Ansley Commercial Club
will hold another meeting this
week to perfect the organization
and will hold meetings monthly
John Comstock visited Sar
gent , St. Paul and other places
Paul Carothers is home from
Lincoln , where he has been at
tending the medical college.
A base ball team is being or
ganized here and it promises to
be a strong one. Carothers will
be chief twirler. We understand
that under the County League
Rules no team can use outside
The Decoration Day exercises
were well attended and interest
ing. A very large procession
drove to the cemetery and the
graves of the "Old Soldiers"
were strewn with flowers.
George Porter was in town
this week calling on his many
friends here. George is a candi
date for the oflice of Registrar of
deeds and will without doubt be
The Woodmen Memorial exer
cises will be held next Sunday in
the M. W. A. Hall and the Rev.
John T. Carson will deliver the
Dr. W. K. Young , Levi Prin-
Ulc , Lt'e Wait and N Dwiyht
Kurd w ro Hrokuii Bow visitors
last Saturday evening.
Mr. Hollcnbacks have moved
into their new house ,
Mrs. Lucy Cookslcy is visiting
with Mr. Arthur Cooksleys this
Fred and Claud Govicr spent
Sunday with Carl and Roy
Albert Klccb is building a
porch on his house.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haumont
and Miss Lizzie Plumb attended
the commencement exercises held
in Broken Bow.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lindgrcn ,
of Hamilton county , arc visiting
Mrs. Lindgrcn's parents , Mr.
and Mrs. George Bishop.
Wesley Mottingcr left for
Peru this week , where he will
attend the State Normal held at
Mrs. Ncls Johnson spent a few
days last week with her brother ,
Andrew Peterson , near Weissert.
Tisc Case and family and Miss
Lizzie Barnes attended the Dec
oration day services held at
Wcsterville Saturday afternoon.
A meeting will be held at
the Weissert M. E. church wext
Sunday evening , June 6th , for
the purpose of organizing an
Epworth League. Everyone is
invited to enroll their names as
members and help make the
League a success.
Harold McCaslin and Miss Ray
Myers spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Powell.
The Farmers' club will hold its
next meeting on the afternoon of
June llth , at the Rose Valley
A. II. Peter shipped two cars
of fat cattle to Omaha this week.
Arthur D. Cone went to Brok
en Bow on Monday of this week
and returned with a new Buick
"Uncle Jimmy" Summerville is
visiting friends in town this
The new train service which
went into effect May 23rd is the
"worst ever" for it is now im
possible to go even to Mason
City or Berwyn and return the
same day and the automobile and
other liveries in town are doing
a rushing business.
N. Dwight Ford and A. C.
Cone made a business trip to
Lincoln last week.
The business men of Ansley
met in the M. W. A. hall Wed
nesday of this week and organiz
ed the Ansley Commercial Club
with the following ojficers for
the following year ; T. T. Var-
ney , president ; N. Dwight Ford ,
secretary ; A. II. Shcpperd treas
urer ; a board of directors consist
ing of the president , secretary
E. H. Burrows , E. II. Gains and
C. J. Stevens.
W R Taylor , Broken Bow 26
Rosa Webb , Broken Bow 52
Chas McGraw , Gates 26
Emily Badger , Anselmo 21
Clarence R Bristol , Mason City 25
Edith McEwen , Westerville.,21
Ambrose J Sweeney , Merna..32
Elizabeth McCarty , Merna 30
Curtis B Benger , Callaway. . . .21
Lydia II Hubbell , Broken Bow 21
Oren W Bybee , Ritnball 22
Maytne C Larson , Gothenburg 20
U. B. Sunday School , Attcntionl
Owing to the weather the pic
ture of the school was not taken
last Sunday. It will be taken
next Sunday at 10:30. : Everybody
She's Cured Thousands
Given up to Die.
Practicing Ateopathy , Homeopathy ,
Electric and General Medicine.
Hy request wilt visit professionally
Grand Central Hotel ,
Broken Bow , June 17
roturnlnir'evcry four weeks , Con mil tier when
tha opportunity. U at baud
UK. CALDWBLL limit * her practice to the
special treatment of diseases ofthe Eye , Ear (
Nose. Throat , Lunirs , Female Diseases ,
Dlnc.iHnsof Chllitreu ami all Chrunlc , Nervous
ami Surgical Diseases of a curable nature.
Karly consumption , llronchltls , Hronchlal
Catarrah , Chronic Catarrah , llrad-Achc , Con-
Rtlpallou. Stomacho anil llowol Trouble ! ) .
KheumatlHin , Neuratula , Sclotlca , Hrltrhts'n
Disease , Kidney DUcaRon , Dlseancs of the
Mver ami madder. Dlszincss , Nervousness.
Indigestion. Obesity , Interupted Nutrition ,
Slow (1 rowtli In Children , and all waHtlnir
Dlieasrs In adults. Deformities. Club-feet ,
Curvanture of tha Spine , DlHcnncn of the llraln ,
Paralysis , Epilepsy , Heart DlHcaxe , Dropsy ,
Swelling of the Limbs , Stricture , Open Sores ,
1'aln In the Hones , ( inuular Enlargements and
all louir-staudluir diseases property treated.
111,000 AND SKIN DISEASES.
Pimples , lllotchesi Eruptions , Liver Spots
Falling of the Hair , Had Complexion. Kcteraa ,
Throat Ulcers , lloue Pains , llladder Troubles ,
Weak Ilack. llnrnluir Urine. Passlnir Urine
too often. Tha effects of constitutional sick.
u 88 or the takluir of too much Injurious weill *
clue receives searchluir treatment , prompt
relief aud a cure for life.
Diseases of Women. Irregular Itienstratlou ,
Palllutrof the Womb , Doarlnir Down Palus ,
Female Displacements Lack of Sexual Tone.
I.oucorrhca , Sterility or Harrenuess , consult
Dr. Ualdwell and who will show them the cause
of their trouble tind the woy to become cured.
CANCEKS. GOITER , FISTULA , PILES ,
and enlarged alaudw treated with the sub
cutaneous Injection method , absolutply without -
out palu and without thu loss 'of ' a drop of
blood , Is one of her own discoveries and Is
really the most scientific aud certainly sure
cure method of this an vauced affe. Dr. Cad-
well has practiced her profeKslon lit so mo of
the lanrest hnxpllalri throughout the country.
She has no superior In treating and diagnos
is of diseases , deformities , etc. She had
lately opened an oflice In Omaha , Nebraska ,
where ho will spend a portion of eacU week
Ireatluir her many patients. N ° incurable
cases accepted for treatment. Consultation ,
examination and advice on * dollar to those
Dr. Ora Ca Id well & Co. ,
Omaha , Neb. Chicago , III.
Address all mall to i ' < Ie Uulldlotr , Omaha
Lumber , a lar e assortment
and complete stock for Builders
to choose .from. Let us estimate
on your contracts. We always
try to please.
H. T.BRUCE & CO.
Lumber fit Coal
We are desirous of placing
with farmers a few more con
tracts for growing cucumber ,
musk melon , water melon ,
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.
THE C. HKKIWKTCOYSltHDCo ,
Valley , Douglas Co. Neb ,
rnG-m27 C. H. COY , Pres.
Beatrice Creamery Co. pays
highest cash prices for your
cream and eggs. See them at 2d
door north of McComas' drug
store. M 27-2t