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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1909)
THE REPUBLICAN , OUSTER OOUNTT , NEBRASKA.
Come and see. rwI I
Eat drink and be
merry for tomor
row you'may die.
A SPLENDID LINE OF BOOK CASES
Best window shades.
Best room mouldings.
Best picture moulding and frames
Best line of chairs and rockers.
Best linoleum , carpets arid rugs.
Care given orders for special sizes.
SUCH IS LIFE
You have to buy the coal and we have to have
Let us furnish your lumber , building1 material
You know we alwa3rs have the stock and we
can take care of you and your wants in our line.
Dierlcs Lumber and Coal Company
J. S. MOLYNEUXMgr ; , Broken | Bow , Neb.
Our Local News
Paul Hautnont of Garfield was
a city visitor Monday. .
Smith Waterbury o.f Berwyn
was among the city visitors in
the city Monday.
Tom Wilson the republican
cominitteeman of Westerville
township-was a city -visitor Mon
" " "
A. . T. Seybolt agent for the
Columbus Fire Insurance Com
pany was a city visitor Saturday
J. A. Kellenbarger of Mcrna
was in.the city Thursday of
last week witness for Fred Day
in his final proof.
J. L. Cobb of-Los Angles of
Calif , arrived in the city-later
part of last week on a visit with
old time friends.
N. Dwight Ford , republican
canidate for County Judge of
Ansley was in the city Monday
looking after his political fences.
J. W. Swan , state agent for
The Children's Aid Society of
New York will be in Broken Bow
Friday Oct. 29 , with a company
of orphan children to find homes
for them. Meeting will be held
at the opera house for distribu
tion at 10 a. m. and 2. p. m.
A local committee of citizens
will assist Mr. Swan in placing
the children. Applications for
children must be made to local
committee. See bills.
D. M. Amsberry has again as
sumed editorial management of
the REPUBLICAN , the lease of II.
G. Myers , who has conducted the
paper during the past year , hav
ing expired. Mr. Amsberry is
known as one of the best news
paper men in this section of the
state and we predict that tin
REPUBLICAN under his manage
ment will assume its old time
popularity ! Custer County
The ladies of the Baptist church
will serve dinner and supper on
election day in the Temple
Theater. The liberal patronage
of the public is solicited.
Drs. Farusworth & Beck
See J. W. Scott for choice
groceries and hardware. 10 7-tf
Burlington Builds New Line.
The Burlington Railroad to
day officially announces their in-
ention of adding1 an additional
xtension to their line now unde ,
construction south from Kirby
iVyoming , through Thermopolis ,
o run as far east as Powder River
brining a connection with the C.
N. W. Ry. , which will embrace
over 100 miles of new line to be
completed sometime next year.
The decison to construct this
new line is the result of rapid
icttlement of lands in the Big
lorn Basin country where there
s , within a.radius of 300 miles ,
, ' 412,000 acres now open for
rrigation , controlled by the
jovernment and private enter
The principal purpose of this
ine is to give a through south
eastern connection for freight
and passenger service affording
competitive markets for the heavy
hicrease in the farm products
which will come as the result of
the completion of the Shoshone
Dam , which is scheduled to be
completed in December 1909. Be-
ides it will afford through traevl
to and from Big Horn , Hot
Springs , at Therraopofis , said to
be equal to Hot Springs of
Arkansas , or French Lick of
The Shoshone Dam is the
highest in the world , and will
have cost 86,750,000 , when com
pleted , It will back the flood
svater up one branch of the Sbo-
shone River five and one-half
miles and up another branch
seven from an artificial lake ten
miles squar- an average depth
jf seventy uv i , reclaiming 150.
000 acres of the total now. being
settled and opened for settlement
in the Big Horn Basin. When
the Burlington extension is com
pleted they will have invested
over § 10,000,000 in the Big
Horn Uasin county , and the Gov.
eminent nearly $7,000,000 , mak
ing a total expenditure between
the Government and the Rail
road of nearly $17,000,000 , large
ly the interest of new irrigating
projects , not to mention the
large suras also spent by private
viutv School of Agriculture.
Last year of the several
Schools of Agriculture held in
the state under the supervision
of the Farm and Dairy Depart
ment of the State University the
one held in Custer county was the
best attended of any in the state.
The University has agreed to
hold another here the coming
winter under the conditions as
formerly that the citizens will
meet the expense and secure the
attendance. The expense has
The course in agriculture this
year will embrace soils and soil
prohfMiiq ! , including field crops
also dairying and the dairy cow ,
including the judging ot the
The domestic science course
will include cooking , sewing and
house nursing. The latter will
be in addition to the course
given last year. The school will
be held the last week in January
Those that attended the school
last year can best appreciate its
value , but the number did not
meet the requirmeut of the Uni
versity , although it'was the best
attended of any in the state. \
This is an exceptional oppor-i
unity for those engaged in farm-
ng and dairying as well as for
hose who are interested in do.
The young people of both sex
need the education thus offered
and should take advantags of it.
The citizens of Broken Bow
entertained all who attended last
year free of cost to the students
and doubtless arrangements will
be made to do the same this
The announcement is made
two months ahead this year in
order to give every one an oppor
tunity to arrange to attend.
The instructors have been
partially arranged for already
and they are the best in their
particular lines the state affords
For house cleaning by vacum ,
Phone J. Simonson at Ryerson
Marriage Licenses ,
ornell Newman Mason City--26
Andrea Anderson M City 28
Grant A. Darrah 43
Mrs/'Abery Beels 41
Fred S. Wright Merna 25
Beryl Hannawald Merna 18
Paul P. Stapcha Merna 29
Sylvia E. Cool Merna 21
John A Ruchug Sargent 24
Anna M. Minson Sargent 19
Fred Hlava Merna 34
Ethel G. Cone Merna 23
J. Penmngton Ottawa Kas..21
Francis Hilton Broken Bow. . .20
Orau J. Coffman Ansley 24
Maggie Clingerman Ansley. . .20
( Omitted from last week. )
We are all busy preparing our
room for Hallowe'en.
Miss Rains visited home folks
from Friday till Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Rains
visited our school Friday p. m.
If you want your fortune told
free be sure and attend our Hal-
lowe'eo social Oct 30.
We have organized two ball
teams and given them the names
Harvard and Yale , Harvard
won every game this week.
A Hallowe'en social will be
given in our scnool room Satur
day evening , Oct. 30th. A good
program , a good supper and
various other entertainments are
some of the features for the even
ing. - Kveryone is invited. < Ad-
misiion 10 cents. "
Mr. Brown is having a new
Carl Taylor went to his farm
near Norfork Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wright are
the proud arents of a baby girl.
Claude Wallace visited friends
in Snake Run Saturday and Sun
Frank Armstrong and family
visited with Chas. Armstrong
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wallace visit
ed with Jas. Loyd at Snake Run.
Mr. and Mrs. Overton attended i
the sale at Key Welch's Tuesday j
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Taylor and
family spent Sunday at C. Over-
Glady and Janie Amsberry
visited with the Wallace child-
Come go to the Hallowe'en
supper with us Saturday night
Miss Simpson , teacher of the
Berwyn school visited at Claris
Talbot's Thursday night ,
Carl Taylor of Mcrua and Gus
Taylor of Broken Bow visited
with home folks Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claris Talbol
and baby are in Hals'y oversee
ing the building of some new
Mr. and Mrs. B. Liudcr attend
ed .the farewell reception of M.
D. Welch at Bert Welch's Wcd-
flMaggic Wallace celebrated her
13th birthday Saturday , She
received many beautiful presents
Mrs. Eastman and Mary of Brok
en Bow ate dinner with her.
( Omitted last week )
M. Hill threshed his stacked rain the
irst of the week.
Bert Hutt dug potatoes for J. M. In-
jram the first of the week.
J. S. Dyke nntl wife Suudnyeil at
olni Podge's near Auselmo.
M. Iy. Knapp nnd wife visited nt Win.
Keils near New Helena. Sunday.
C. II. Lules and family of Mcrna visit-
id at J. M.Ingrains a few days last week.
N. T. Waters , wife and two children
risked Saturday night and Sunday at J.
Miss Ida Ingram came home Saturday
ind returned Sunday. Mrs. Hall came
ilown with her.
McKinley Murmurings ,
( Omitted last week )
Mr. Reinhard was a Callaway visitor
Folatoe digging has been in order the
Homer Neth was m the vicinty last
J. H. Walburn is building n new house
'or Mr , Waddingtou iu Turner Valley ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Booth are visiting
relatives and friends in this vicinity this
Miss Ruth Ilaefele spent from Friday
evening until Sunday evening with home
Rev. Whitaker had the misfortune to
get one of his hands hurt while hitching
Misses Elsie Myers and Liszlc Ilaefele
and Mr. Tom Myers spent Sunday after-
10011 at Mr. Jack Haefele's.
Misses Maud and Liz/.ie Ilaefele and
Mr. Leonard Ilnclclc attended the party
at Mr. Longfellow's Saturday night.
. Prairie Hill.
( Omitted last week )
Mr. Deal is very ill with gall stones.
The circle will meet with Mrs. Heal
Thursday the 28th.
Mr. Gihbs is having a new well put
Town on his place.
A number from here attended the sale
at Mr. Palmer's last Friday.
Mrs. Hall and ftiend visited Miss
Rockwell's school last Friday.
A number attended the surprise party
on Alice Longfellow Saturday night.
Charley Bay and Charley Longfellow
shelled corn for Mr. Graves Monday.
Miss Ella Laughlin of Dutchman Val
ley visited Saturday at Mr. Longfellow's.
Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin of Dutchman
Valley spent Sunday tit Mr. Longfel
Mr. Jim Howard who worked for his
brother this last summer returned to hi
home iu Hamburg Iowa , Friday.
( Omitted last week )
Lee Bros , finished threshing
on the table Saturday.
Paul Haumont was transacting
business in Broken Bow Monday
Albert Kleeb marketed wheat
in Btoken Bow the first of the
Miss Emma Kleeb assisted Mrs
Albert Kleeb with her household
duties last week.
Misa tMable Pinkncy visited
with her parents in Broken Bow
Saturdayl'and ' , Sunday ,
Little Ruth Sams who has
been quite sick .with cholera in-
fantum , is some better at this
Louis Ilauniout is having-
house erected on the farm which
he recently purchased in Round
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spencer
spent Saturday and Sunday vis
iting with Gad Spencer's south
west of Broken Bow.
( Too Into for last week )
Dave Towns lost a fine horse
A fine rain fell Friday and
Chas. Govier marketed hogs at
Charley Salms' baby is very
low at this writing.
Harry Burnaiu is threshing for
Chas. Shadden this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tice Case are
the proud parents of a baby boy.
James and Albert Govier will
have their houses finished this
Charley Govier and family
were visiting August Leek's
There will be a basket supper
Ocfobcr 22d at the' Weisscrt
Henry Holmes just returned
from Hasting where he has been
Mr. and Mrs. "Albert Powell
were visiting her father Arthur j
Gooksley Sunday ,
A Fine Black Percheou Stal
lion , weight about 1500 pounds ,
8 or 9 years old. He is a beauty ,
fine disposition , and broke to
work. Price $500 on your own
terms , all on time if you wish.
Sllort Horn Cattle.
One bull , three cows and two
Male Duroc Hogs.
They are fine , most any age or
size , your choice for $25. If any
hog you buy of me does not prove
satisfactory return him and get
your money or note. I will ac
cept your note.
10-l4-4t Willis Cadwell.
I offer for sale a new 7 room
modern up to-datc dwelling'
house , four blocks from business
centre and two blocks from school ,
fruit and shade , location finest
in city , in established nciphbo -
hood overlooking city and va'
For price and terms see J.iu s
Dr. Bass dentist
, over fodcl s
Eyes tested and glasses < Utc
10-tf DR. BAKTHOI.OM w.
FOR SATU Quarter block in ; t
very desirable location.
S. M. DOMTS
My city residence for sale or
trade. Call or address W. T.
LostA heavy silver watch
Elgin make. Had a black cord
tied to it. Finder please leave
at this office. 10- 28It. .
Honey ! Hoiicyl Honey !
I have for sale a prime article
at prices that you can afford to
cat it. M. D. Stone call or
phone 2513. 'lO-21-2t
Lumber , a large assortment
and complete stock for Builders
to choosefrom. Let us estimate
on your contracts. We always
try to please.
H. T.BRUCE & CO.
Lumber & Coal
South side ,
When You Want
PEACHES . BANANAS
PLUMS x x VEGETABLES
call up J. K Peale
PHONE NO. 161
GRAIN AND COAL
Feed in large and small
quantities at both wholesale o
Special attention given to filling orders for coal C
- in any quantity. b %
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For Sale or Trade
I will sell or'lradejbr landin ! Custer County or an
On account of sickness of my family I cannot
winter in Nebraska the coming- winter , " T therefor
desire to dispose of my entire stock of HARDWARE ,
GROCERIES and QUEENS WARE , with or without
the building1. J have a good clean stock and a splen
did trade , MUST BIS SOLD WITHIN THE NEXT
00 DAYS. A rare opportunity for anyone wanting1 to
get into a good business.
North Side Square , Broken Bow , Neb.
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