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VOL. XXVIII BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 11 , 1909 NO. 23
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A Car Load Just Received of Sound , Rosy ,
In five bushel lots
PHONE NO. 161.
With the advent of cold weather comes the sea
son for syrups and sorgum. To meet this con
dition we have the following- oiler our patrons
Pure Sorgum , Lewis Uros. Make. Anne syrup , with Maple ilavor.
gal. palls , only . f ! ' 2 pound , * * pound and 10 pound
pure Sorgum , Luxor Brand , gal. palls , : ioc 65r and .
pails. . . . . tts fine. Try If We have a
Kal. pails . w tew Haniples of this syrup. Call
pure Sorguni , The Bliss Syrup wn
Go's. Brand , gal. pulls . n iYistBtCooifing Molasses , Benne
Olucoie sorgum , Mogul Brand , imuid , 2't nautili cans per can. .
gal palls. . . . ; . CO Maple Cane Syrup. Bear Brand.
ISgal. palls . . . quarts , half gallons and gallons
Glucose Sorgum , Ranger Brand. 4 ( ! C HI 1 (
gal. palls . eu Pancake Flour Forest City Brand
Blue HlbbonSprup. The UestCoru < 'packages for . -J
Syrup made. It clear an crystal * Hucdwhoat Flour. Wrights Pure
Try It per Ral. only . 00 Unadulterated Wisconsin I'lour
Corn Syrup , icamo , Kern Karo lu pound sacks for . 5 °
mcl or Mogul Brands , per gal. . 50
the Sealshipt Oysters. They are running fine.
Large fat and juicy with all the salt sea ilavor
retained. We get them twice a week direct from
Long Island Sound. They are fresh they are
pure they are solid meat.
The Eagle Grocery Co.
Can-Supply All Your Needs In
Buckwheat and Prepared Pan
cake Flour. Maple and White
Sugar Syrups and Old Country
Sorghum. Potatoes , Cabbage
Carrots , Apples , Oranges , Ba
nanas , Canned Fruits , Etc.
We want your trade and will make it an object
for you to call and see us.
nine Points Solid Meats
All of the Sea Flavor Saved.
The full flavor of the Oyster and
Sealed At The Seaside
No water or ice comes in con
tact with the oyster.
Fancy New Dill Pickles
ISC cents do/eu
Veal Flinch I.oar per Ib 150
Brookfield Sausages , bottle. . ,2oc
Boneless Minced Ham per Ib. .2oc
Weinerwnrst per Ib 150
Boneless , The Genuine Cod Fish
per box 350
Cur Blue Be'le pens canned the
day they are picked Finer than
fresh peas , 6 cans for 870
Pride of Michigan peas Can
chock full of peas has a flavor of
its own , 6 cans for 720
will make your hens lay 3oc eggs
and get them healthy for winter.
We Sell It
for 25 cents Iarge sfae Oo cents
Pure red jacket sweet cider the
cider of all ciders the kind we al
ways sell per gallon rjoc
.Pure Colorado extracted honey
in pails 500
Hanging , Vase , Night and Glass
Iamps. All Si/es
Uncle Totn a dyspepsia cure and
food for health. Only 25 cents a
pud-age. Try it.
J. C. Rowen
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PUIUJ OI.D CIDUR VINEGAR
- Advertisers in THE REPUBLICAN reach over 2,000 sub
scribers each week. Circulation sworn.
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
AlcKinley Murmuring ; .
Mr. nml Mrs. I , . D. Kirkpatrick , of
Merna , spent Saturday night aud Sunday
nt Mr. Rciuhard's.
Mrs. Reiubanl was a llrokeu Dow
Tlir dnnce at Mr. Henderson's Satur
day night MI * well attended. A good
lime is reported.
George liootli spent Sunday night aud
Monday nt Jos. llaefele's.
Literary commenced Saturday night t
the lower Sptiug Creek school house.
Misses Anna Reinhnnl and I.fazle
Iliiefele called at Jake llaefele's Sunday
Jake Tietjens and Misses Nellie Me-
Dermott , Anna Titjens and Rena Head-
ley spent Sunday at Mr. Jake llaefele's.
Kd Dootli worked for John Reinhnrtl
Mrs. D. J. Coulter visited at Joseph
llaefele's last Tuesday.
Miss Lottie Arnold called at Joseph
llaefele's last Thursday.
Mr. Parker , of Dunning , is working
for Mr. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard visited near
Ralph Miller Is working for Chas.
George Kindness and Charles Long
fellow are riding around in their new
Mr. Pluraer and son Klton , of Broken
Dow , are building fence on his farm.
Chas. Weesner will leave Wednesday
morning for Marion , Indiana.
Mrs. John Hauna , of Loyal , is visiting
in this neighborhood.
Miss , Burdick , of Broken Bow , spent
Friday night aud Saturday at Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly , of Nesbit , spent
a few days in this vicinity this week.
Mrs. Evans and daughters visited from
Saturday till Monday at Loyal.
Mr. and Mrs. Longfellow and Esther
and Mr. Philipseu left Monday for
Jncolu , Illinois , to visit relatives.
Mr. Price will get through shucking
corn this week.
Mr Shultz and family , of Auselmo ,
pent Sunday at Mr Longfellow's
Johnie Longfellow started to school
SCHOOL , t
Don't you men want a number on'our
Thanksgiving turkey ? Buy a number ,
then you and your lady are admitted
Mias Rains spent Saturday and Sun
day at home
Maggie and Herman Wallace were
absent three days on account of illness
Every one gave a report of serious
accidents happening since Friday They
had their heads high looking for stars
\Vell after so long a time of patient
waiting our Honor Stars came They
are solid silver with the letter "H" en
graved in script I , Miss Rains , am
proud of having ten pupils who have not
whispered this term These stars arc
emblems of honor given to each pupil
who doesn't whisper for a mouth A
gold star will be presented to the ones
who do not whisper in the whole term
Those who received the stars were
Gladys , Janie and Ruby Amsberry , Nora
Ora and Herman Taylor ami Arley
Wallace. Herman and Maggie Wallace
and Jessie Miller are the other honored
Lewis Martin visited with relatives
west of the Bow over Sunday
Overton boys spent Sunday with the
Taylor children They report a good
time flying kites
Grandma Talbot is visiting with her
son Claris and family '
Claude Wallace is to be enlisted with
our braves While building fence Thurs
day , he came upon eleven rattle snakes
He shot five of them and the rest ran
into holes Every snake had from six to
eight rattles and a button
Carl Taylor , of Merna , spent Sunday
with home folks
Mrs Rogers , from Broken Bow. visited
with Mrs Wallace Wednesday aud Thurs
Nc Morgan returned from the west
Thursday He spent the evening at
Taylor's and after a Saturday night visit
with Gus returned to his home at Cuuiro
EHc Blauton Sundayed at Amsberry's
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson arrivct
home fioni Fremont lust Friday evening
Elmira McComas had a sore throat the
first of the week.
Misses Madge Bishop and Stella
Eggleston have started to school in town
B. B. Sands' lost one of their bes
milch cows last Friday.
Arthur Stewart is husking corn for J
Rube Wilson is husking corn for Ri
M. D. Stone's aie having quite a sal
for their honey. The expect 500 pound
more the la t of this week.
Oscar Tnppan's corn crop is about al
on' of the fi Id.
' bcs J.iiu Williams and Gerti
acluifer spent Sunday with Mr. Koo/er'a
Miss Bertha Koozer and her frit-nt
Miss I'rnutz , spent Wednesday with Mrs.
F. K. Griffith , of Broken Bow.
Mrs. Maud Holcomb has returned to
her home after caring for Mrs. Sands the
past two weeks ,
Keith Guyton who has been working
1 for Mr. Cole , left last week for hli home
in Eddyville ,
The plasterers arc still at work on J.
T. Cole's house.
E. B. Barber's house is ncaring com
Harry Ash is still hauling baled hay to
his place in town.
Mrs. M. D. Callcn is improving so
rapidly that she was able to circulate
anioug Broken Bow friends last Saturday
Rev. and Mrs. Norwood , of Broken
Bow , were in these parts one day last
O. E. Egglestou had a very sick cow
last week , Writer hasn't heard whether
the animal died or not.
J. L. Koozer lost a flue calf last week
roui some unknown cause.
Every one is rejoicing that county
ivision has been defeated again.
Geo. Bishop marketed hogs in Bcrwyn
? riday aud Saturday.
The carpenters have Mr Piper's new
ouse up and all enclosed
Mr Jule Mosley , who has been quite
ick , is much improved at this writing
Peter Govearts went to Oconto this
week to his soit-'n-law Govier
help - - , Mr ,
uild his new house
Ncls Johnson and family attended the
> irthday party at Andrew Peterson's
Misses Rosa , Mary and Katie Pirnic ,
f Merna , visited relatives near Elton
Charles Bishop and family , of Brown
ounty , arc visiting relatsves in this
Frank Powdl who has spent the past
ew weeks traveling in Idaho and Ore-
on , returned home Friday
Mr and Mrs Ed.Haumont , who have
pent the summer visiting in Europe ,
eturned home Friday
P M Cn e visited with his son , Arthur
near Georgetown , Sunday.
Miss Kitty Evans has resigned her
maition as clerk in Pirnie'a store and
Miss Miua Piernie has taken her placo.
The Crooked Creek literary society
leld Us first meeting at the Elton school
louse on Nov 6th Quite an interesting
[ me is reported The meetings will be
icld every Saturday evening Every
one is invited to come
Miss Blanche Milllgan spent Friday
night at J. M. Ingrain's.
Miss Lena Taylor spent Wednesday
night at J. M. Ingrain's also Thursday
night at M. L. Knapp's.
W. D. Blankenship and family passed
hrough the valley on their way to Calla-
way , stopping Wednesday and Friday at
J..M. Ingram's. t
Miss Ida Ingram came 'home "Frida'y
nd spent Saturday and Sunday with
ionic folks , Silvia Kelley came with
Albert Hill pulled his new shelter
ionic Saturday ,
M. Hill got a corn husher Thursday.
M. L. Knapp's and Lee Lown spent
Sunday at J. M. Ingram's.
M. W. A. log Rolling
A big Woodman gathering is
o take place in Broken Bow on
Monday and Tuesday , November
2223. This will be known as
the "First Annual Log Rolling , "
and will be a big event. Head
Consul Talbot , of Lincoln , will
> e present and will speak , and
he program includes other well
cnown speakers of note. A big
barbacue will be a feature of the
gathering and this will be free
o all. A mammoth parade of
Woodman and citizens will be
one of the attractions. A big
program of outdoor sports will
Use be pulled off. This gather
ing will probably be the biggest
event that the Woodman have
even seen in central and western
Nebraska and it is expected that
several thousand members of
the order from this section of the
state will-be ir attendance. Our
readers are requested to look over
the full program , which will be
found replete with many good
things during the two days ses
sion of this mammoth gathering
Don't miss this Log Rolling.
Arrange in advance to conic and
stay for two days.
The following prizes are to be
A $100 trophy cup , donated
by the citizens of Broken Bow ,
will be competed for by the beat
drilled teams. This contest will
take place on the streets.
Prizes of $15 and $10 will be
given to the teams putting on
the best floor work.
A set of officers robes will be
given to the camp having the
largest membership in line.
A $25 gold watch will be given
to the camp having the largest
number for adoption ,
Four velvet brussels emblemat
ic rugs will be given to the camp
having the largest percentage of
Strayed or stolen from my farm
four miles north of Broken Bow
Saturday night , Oct. 23 , one plain
brown mare coming three yearn
oldPercheron bred weight 1200
Iba. Finder please notify.
22-2t J. T. Cole.
Opera House November I6tli.
You can't afford to miss seeing
the Magician , Mimic and Musi
cal Entertainers , known as the
"Houston's " who will
, appear at
the opera house , Tuesday , the
Mr. Houston ts a magician of
first quality and you will be sur
prised with his remarkable tricks
He is the greatest impersonator
in the Lyceum , and has no rival
in his peculiar field of the imi
tations of musical instruments ,
Mr. Houston is assisted by his
wife who is a reader'of ex
ceptional ability and a most
This entertainment is given by
the college athletic association.
Roy Perry , a young man living
six miles northeast of Ansclmo ,
was on trial in county court yes
terday on complaint of the coun
ty attorney , the allegation being
that he willfully set out a praire
fire which did considerable dam
age to neighboring property.
The complaint was drawn under
the critnninal code , and the judge
held the evidence not sufficient
to hold defendant and discharged
him. A number of witnesses
were present from the neighbor
hood where the fire occured both
for complainant and defendant. .
At the annual meeting of the
Gold Medal Mining Co. the fol
lowing men were elected directors
for the cusueing year : R. T.
Walker and C. II. Kaminou , of
Hill City , S. D. , S. J. Loncrgan
and G. F. Bartholtuew , Broken
Bow , W. W. Dye and W. F. Dun-
bar , of Cotnstock , and Frank
Woodard , of Aurora. The
board has not yet organized but
will at the first meeting which
will be the first Monday in De
cember. The stockholders have
good reason to feel proud of their
property as it has paid its own
way this summer and there have
been about $0,000 worth of de
velopment work done and about
$2,000 put in new machinery.
Out of about three weeks run
with five stamps they have clean
ed up $5,704.65 which is better
than $20.00 per ton for the ore
A gasoline stove exploded at
the laundry Tuesday about one
o'clock causing a small fire and
a big excitement. A quick re
sponse on the part of the fire
boys , who had water ( lying on
the fire within ten minutes of
the first clang of the fire bell ,
probably prevented a disastrous
fire , as the wind was blowing
strongly at the time. The dam
age to the building was light ,
and aside from the inconvenience
it occasioned in getting out the
work , Laundryman Thomas is to
M. F. Young , of Lincoln , came
up yesterday evening on a visit
with old acquaintances. Uncle
Milo says city life is not the best
and it does him good to get out
in the rural districts where he
can breath the pure air. He will
go up to Hyannis while here to
visit friends on the ranches where
the experiences of his youuger
days still prevail in reality , for
a man eighty-two years old he is
enjoying splendid health.
Dr. Hlauchad , a graduate osteo
path with considerable experience
in the practice of his profession
has located in Broken Bow and
will be found in his office over
Todd's millinery store. The
doctor's attention was called to
this city by a request that he
come and look the field over.
He came andjwasso favorably im
pressed with it that he has be
come one of us.
It is hardly necessary to call
your attention to Ryerspn Bros'
Piano Sale adv. in this issue.
Read it and go and see their in
struments and get acquainted
with their way of doing busi
Maud Runyan of Lincott , was
in the city yesterday to file on a
homestead which she had re
Ed Runyon , of Halcey , was
transacting business in the .city
II. B. Andrews and daughter ,
Miss Mary , of Anselmo , were
city visitors yesterday.
Dr. Blanchard , the Osteopath ,
has rented office rooms over
Todd's millinery store.
This column will be used for
jhurck news and notes. Pastors
are invited to arrange to have
such items ot news intended for
this column not later than
Wednesday morning ,
Al. H. Church.
XMtt I.UT US WOKSUIP TOGKTHKR.
Sunday : ,
L0:00 : a. m Sunday School
L 1:00 : a. in Morning1 sermon
2:30 : p. in Junior League
6:30 : p. m Epworth. League
7:30 : p. in Evening sermon
7:30 : p. m Prayer Meeting
All who have no other church
liome arc cordially invited to
worship with us ,
10:00 : a. m Sunday School
11:00 : a. m Preaching
3:00 : p. m Junior Union
6:30 : p. m B. Y. P. U.
7:30 : p. m Preaching
7:30 : p. m Teachers Meeting
7:30 : p. m Ayoga Class
7:30 : p. m Prayer meeting
There will be "Forty Hours
Devotion" at St. Joseh's Catholic
church November Hlh , Ifith
R v. PUAI , S , MOSKR , Pastur.
U. U. Church
Morning service at 11a , in.
Subject : "The South Land and
Beyond" . Evening service * , at
7:30. : Subject : "What Mann : r of
Persons Ought Yc to Be. " Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Strangers
will find a warm welcome at all
of these services. Cordial invitat
ion to all. >
Muhammed Prince M. Zullman ,
of Calcutta , India , a convert-to
Protestjant religon , will lecture
in native costume at Custer Cen
ter church , at 3oc'lock Sunday
the 14th. Also'at the United Bre
thren church in this city at 7:30 :
o'clock p. m. of same day. Mr.
Zullman comes well recommended
and will ask for an offering , only
as he is trying to educate him
self in one of our collges. Come
and hear him. . All arc welcome
to these services.
S. M. 55iK Pastor.
NOTED RUPTURE EXPERT HERF
Sceley , Who Filled ( he Czar of Russia ,
Will Be at the Palmer Hotel ,
Grand Island. '
P. H. Seeley of Chicago and
Philadelphia , .the noted
truss expert , will beat the Pal
mer hotel and will remain in
Grand Island , Neb. , Tuesday aud
Wednesday Nov. 23 and 24 only.
Mr. Seeley says : "The Sper
matic Shield Truss as now used
and approved by the the United
States government will not only
retain any case of rupture per
fectly affording immediate
and complete relief , but closes
the opening in 10 days on the
average case , and costs no more
then common trusses. " This in
strument received the only award
in England and in Spain , pro.
ducing results without surgery
or harmful injunctions. Mr. Sec-
ley has documentary references
from the United States govern
ment , Washington D. C. , lor
your inspection. If any interest
ed call he will be erlad to show
the truss without charge or fit
them if desired. Anyone ruptur
ed should remember the date
and take advantage of this un-
Hound Over to District Court
The prclimitiary bearingin
the cae of The State of Nebraska
vs Roy Parker , charged with
willyfully aud maliciously shoot
ing Ralph Bihop , was held in
county court , and defendant was
boimd.overito district court under
$1,000 bonds which he gave.
This is the case where one of
a crowd of Hallow'een revelers
was shot while attetnptingto overturn
er-turn an outhouse on the college
Frank Rorter came over t' < *
first of the week from Arnold , u
have his eye treated that wis
seriously injured by.end *
He has hopes now of recovering1
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