Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, March 17, 1910, Image 8

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Gleaned for Yjour Perusal by Our Rustling Reporters
Old papers cfor sale at this
Dr. Bass , dentist , old location ,
over Bonder's drug store.
New picture frames and mould
ings at Konkel's The Furniture
Royal Underwear is dependable.
We carry it for men , women and
children. Kiffiu-Lucke Co.
We carry the famous Kayser
Silk gloves. None better. Colors
to match your dress.Kiffin -
Lucke Co.
Rodger Lovelace and wife are
the proud parents of a baby girl
that arrived in their home Mon
day morning ,
Some more new Itugs , Lace
curtains , Porticrs and couch cov
ers. Best assortment in town.
Kiffin-LuckLCo ,
L , D. George went to Lincoln
Tuesday morning to attend the
interdenominational church con
vention held there the 1546-17.
Old papers for sale at this
. Mrs. Maud Holcomb and Mrs.
Nichols were passengers to Oma
ha Tuesday evening , where they
both go for operative work by a
specialist of that place.
Will Frey shipped eighty-two
head of hogs to the Oimha mar-
- ' 'ii- fir t
i ) t k r
v i f % U.
The l./dii's ol I be Chr iii i
Church will hold tli > ir ; HH > UI ,
E later Market , Siiunliy , March
26th in I he Flick huildicg , fi-t ;
side of the square. Dinner and
supper 35cents each. The usual
fancy articles will be on sile.
Every body invited. 41-2
/ Dr. Bartholomew was a pass
enger for Omaha Tuesday even
ing where he goes to attend the
meeting of the Missouri Valley
Medical Association which con
venes there Wednesday , Thurs
day and Friday. ' his is a so
ciety with members from Ne-
orasKa , ivansas , iowaiapd
To my friends and thp Public :
Having sold my office building
to litmus Anderson and 'bought
J. M. Fodge's business and build
ing , you will find me at that
place doing business in the fu
ture. Would be glad to see all
my old friends and many new ,
ones. About onehalf block north ,
of pos'offu.1'
, ? 9f < Chas W. Bowman ,
Tor Sale.
OoH. . \ v-.ii v n , c minp 4 ,
and a sure loal getter.
- One Black Staljiou , . coming 2 ,
weigh 1600 * abpu.t , . 31-32 Per-
cherou ,
Address , Q ? H" HARBAUGH ,
37-tf Broken Bow , Nebr.
School Certificate.
The last of a series of lour
Teacher's meetings for the teach
ers in the different quarters of
Custer County , will be held at
Callaway , Mar. 26th. The meet-
ngs held at Broken Bow , Mason
City , and Comstock have been
a pronounced success. The aver
age attendance at each meeting
being about fifty. Interest is be
ing aroused by these meetings in
The Coming Junior Normal , and
in the County Eighth Grade Ex
amination and County Eighth
Grade Commencement. The
first Eighth Grade Examination
will be held on Thursday and
Friday March 24th and 25th.
Arrangements have been made
to hold them in a number of the
rural districts as well as in all
the graded schools of the county.
All who successfully pass these
examinations will be entitled tea
a Free high school certificate as
well as a county diploma. It is
hoped that every eighth grade
pupil in the county may secure a
diploma. i
Old papers for sale at this
Drs. Farnsworth & Beck
See our 25 cent hat Window.
Kiffin-Lucke Co.
Best and largest assortment of
rugs ever shown in Custer county
at Konkel's The Furniture Man-
WANTIJD , A young lady for
bookkeeper and cashier , one that
can run a typewriter. Inquire of
Kiffin-Lucke Co
480 acre farm for rout 220
acres in cultivation. 2CO acres
in pasture , small piece > f alfalfti ,
hay canyons and o d buildings ,
Notice is hereby given that
Joseph G. Alexander who has
been with me and treated as a
member of my family for ten
years , has left my premises 14
miles south west of Broken Bow ,
been away since January 6th and
refuses to return. I shall not
stand good fori any debt he may
J. M' ' . WlMiM-KR
Cliarldi PfcnnDeputy , Sheriff. .
When.the county board cut the
salarv of deputy , sherifli to $500 a
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l' > n i' ' | i < i , , < i.i hi- * liotiit
. .s ' , ( i | n v-1 IMI tin- cuuntj
tio-ini ! a > i 11 k.
Tintippnin m < nf'is-a ' goorjt onu
and will meet the- general ap
proved of his constituents.
Custer. CollegeNotes >
Mr. Fred-PurceJl has quit his
work in Custer College is on his
way to Clifton , Arizona where
he expects to take a position in
a large department store.
Professor.Cpriiut1 was sick with
the grjp ( last weuk. and was not
abjeto be. intschouii the Ust three
davs of the week *
, Messrs. Charles , and E' Saint-
have recently stopp.d . .heir
school work , in , tobegin spring
work at home.
Mr. McKac h8 quit work a so.
He expects , to work in connection
with , the taking of the United
States census. '
The boys are planning to have
some gaznes of base ball soon.
! The Charapson Literary Socie"
ty rendered a good program
Monday evening : . The paper by
Miss Bush was especially iuter-
A pleasant surprise -was perpe
trated Saturday evening- upon
Mr. and Mrs. Flovd WWnticr nt
the home of his parents , Drs.
L. E. and Geo. F. Wagoner ; on
New Yorifc Ave. The occasion
was in the nature o ± a farewell
party , planned and carried out
by a large number of their friends
incident- the.- removal of Mr.
and Mrs. Wagoner to their new
hotna in Broken Bow , Neb.
where Mr. Wagouer has secured
a position on the Cttste r County
Republican. He a-nd his wife ,
Mrs. Molby-Wagoner , will be
greatly missecl by their circle of
friends , and especially by the
Baptist church of which they
are both prominent members.
One of the most enjoyable feat
urcs of the occasion in the spa
cious Wagoner home was the
spread serred at a seasonable
hour , while Rev. B. E. Jackson
by a few timely remarks present
ed a slight token of remembrance
in behalf of tnose present to the
honored ones , In. many ways Mr ,
and Mrs. Wagoner were assured
tlie best wishes of a'Jl their friends
for future success an.d happiness.
Advertiser ( < restc > n , lowir )
Old papers for sale at this
Best shades at best prices at
Konkel's ' The Furniture Man.
Belts and belting , broaches
and hairpins. Our novelties arc
always new , Kiffin-Lucke Co.
The greatest convention this
county will have this year will
be the County Convention of Sun
day Schools to be held in the M >
E. church at Broken Bow on
March 31st and April 1st , 1910.
There is no church problem that
the Sunday School can not solve.
There is no civic problem beyond
its solution , and you can learn
Ihow it is done at the above
named meeting. Kring your
hanl questions for the state work-
Kirs to answer. Hear them dis
cuss the child , the boy , the man
.and the relation they bear to the
"Sunday School , the church and
tincooimunitv. . Mrs. E. Shep
ardson , County Secretary.
School Caucus.
At the school caucus held last
Saturday afternoon , March 12th.
S , M. Derris and H. J. Shinn the
the retiring members of the
school board were renominated
for anoeher term of three years.
The meeting was a board
meeting the different committees
making their reports and giving
a financial statement of their
v The report will be given nex
Chiropractic Lecture Alarch 26
C. l < \ Wllso.g , CU'r.'ir iCl if , f f
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J , Ph. C . Pn-sul n- .1 IK- 1 -
in r Si ( n l of GUI'VIC ic
D vvipun , lo v t , to deliver a
lCuriopraciic , lecture at the opera
house on Siturdiy evening ,
March 26
Dr. Palmer will set forth the
principles and demonstrate the
science of Chiropractic , the tnocl-
ern science of removiug the
cause of disease. He will also
Tiave something of vital import
ance and interest to say about
the tnrdical legal si'iutiori and
their prosecution.
Dr Palmer is recognized as
the world's greatest Chiropractor
.vi 1 is a fascinating lecturer and
crayon artist Y iu will tnisa a
rare treat by not hearing him.
A special invita'inn is extended
to the ladie . Ncl 7ii i' n { v\l \ ]
be 25c and 35c S.-.ds . on sale
at llolcomb'a.
To my friends : Having sold
my office property , and Real-
Estate business with list of same ,
together with my good wishes
to Mr. C.V. . Bowmm , I take
this method to thank \ou one
and all , for yjour fntndbtnp and
cordial support it. i r past. I
OS1 hVir i , "i , t , nv
gentleman and an honorable
business man to whom you can
safely entrust your business. I
will be found at the old place for
a short time , until I cau close up
my business. J. M. Fodge 39-tf
Union Meetings.
A scries of Union Evangelistic
meetings will be held in Broken
Bow north side Opera house ,
begining April 15th and continu
ing three weeks.
These meetings will be lead by
Evangelists Bromley and Myers
who are doing splendid work for
the master this winter , in Iowa
and South Dakato ,
Six hundred reported as going
forward in their meeting at
Beresford S. D.
Let the Christian people be
looking up and praying that
God may come to Broken Bow in
like gracious manner.
Ramos Spanish Orchestra en
tertainment will be given at the
Opera house March 21 1910.
This is the fifth number of the
Young Peoples Union entertain
ments and will be the best ever
given in this city by a musical
organization of this class. The
gentleman who sings with the
Orchestra has a voice of unusual
strength and shows great cultiva
tion and beautiful quality ,
Seats on sale March 18 , 19 and 20
at Holcombs Book store and
Steckhams Furniture store.
NOTICB ; Having bought back
rom Mr. C , W Bowman , my
Mty Property List , with the
House renting , I desire to again
isk the patronage of my old
customers , and as many others ,
as may have City Property for
sale , or rent to call upon me. I
intend to make City Property ,
and Insurance , my sole business
business , having quit the Farm
Realestate ( business. I can now
be found in west room , over the
Holcomb Book store. I shall be
glad to meet you at any time.
My Motto is Square dealing.
Respectfully yours.
J. M. Fodgc.
Notice Is hereby given that the rental upon
sale contract on school land described
below and let opposite the name of the
holder thereof , Is delinquent for a period of
13 months or more and If the amount now
duels not paid within 00 days from the date
of this notice said contract Trill be declared
forfctturcd by the Hoard of Educational
Lands and funds , and the said forfeiture
ent red of record as provided by law.
Sale NEK , KK SKW Sec. 10 T. 18 K. 17 W. S.
Wcscott , Ouster County.
Dated March 14 , MO ,
4143 K. B. COWI.KS ,
Commissioner Public Lands and Building * .
New spring waistings in a fine
assortment. Kiffin-Lucke Co.
Prairie Hill
( Continued from fifth page. )
Mr. Gibbs , Mr. Longfellow and
daughter Daisy returned Monday
night from Overton.
Misses Nina Wilson , Lillie and
Alice Longfellow visited Sunday
at Mr. Laughlin's near Berwyn.
Mr. Med Glem and Miss Ona
Hhoades were united in marriage
in Broken Bow Monday
| Mrs Thrtnas and ( l.tugHi r
IK 'i' S. > 'rt v * i M < < > p - .
U . . Vtiiev"
Georgetown Items.
E. W. Pieico is on the sick
Lena Waldo bad the mis *
fortune to get'hit on the side of
her head with a peice of iron
while playing with her little
nephews. But she is reported
much improved.
E. W. Pierce and son Hirman
returned from Colorada Friday.
They report the country fine and
Mr. Pierce took land and will
move in the near future.
Mr. Beck and family and P.
Overgard and familv left Thurs
day evening for Eureka Mon-
tana where they will locate.
Mr. and Mrs. Trodle of Omaha
are working at the Myers ranch.
Ed Stuckey has built a new
large barn on his ranch.
Morris Myers called at the J.
Huffaker home Thursday even
Johnie Devine a dentist at
O'Neil Nebr. came home Tues
day to spend a week with home
Nellie Spurgiu called at the
Woodruff home Sunday.
Beatrice Patterson went home
Saturday to spend a few days.
Mrs , Jim Overguard and
children called on Mrs , Spry
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lear called
at H. Pierces Sunday ,
Joe Devine , Wm. Spry and Jim
Overguard were at Broken Bow
Thursday and Friday.
P. F. Campell is hauling lum
ber to build another house on his
ranch fcr Mr. Waldo ,
Mr. Hemphill and family call
ed at the Pilcher home Sunday.
Mr. Currie of Broken Bow
came down the last of the week
to look after his ranch affaits ,
Mr. Rickel of Broken Bow
spent last week at the E. W.
Pierce home.
Bell School District.
We have noticed that nature is
putting forth her beautiful green
spring garments.
Mrs. E , Spanel and Mrs. P.
Christen were transacting busi
ness in Anselmo Wednesday.
Friday being Mrs , Jas. Lough-
rana birthday , the good neighbors -
bors gathered with her and en
joyed one of the best parties of
the season. Miss.Katc was down
from the ranch , and Miss Lizzie
had just arrived from Omaha to
help their mother celebrate.
There were thirty ladies present
also. The dinner was a dainty
and delicious repast. In the
afternoon the younger folks in
dulged in social games and all
report a swell time. Mrs Laugh-
ran received many beautiful pres
ents in the china line.
Our LittleFolks gathered at Vi-
nncdgcs Friday evening and gave
Miss Lylathe greatest surprise on
their caurse. The childran took
oysters along and after hours of
irerriment the boys took their
wo ladies in to the dining
room to an elegant table where
was served their midnight lunch.
The children remarked , "The old
folks can take school days for
their parties and we'll take ours
of evenings. "
Mrs. Christen , Cennie Irene
and Miss Rains were Milburn
callers Saturday.
Miss Lizzie Loughran has been
nursing the mumps since she re
turned home. She is much bet
ter at this writing.
Pius Christen shipped a car o :
hogs and a car of cattle to
Omaha Sunday.
Miss Rains , Cennie and Willie
Christen spent afternoon with
the Loughran young people
Mrs Loughran is at the ranch
now. Jim came down Sunda
to ht-ip bt ind critic this we k.
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urday evernjj
Mrs. Novntny and children arf
staying at Mannds' until the )
leave for their new home.
Little Rudolph Jesirabek en-
tered the second grade Monday.
This little fellow couldn't speak
a word of English , but he is a
very intelligent student and Miss
Rains has had much experience
with such children and he has
made an extra good start for one
weeks time.
Drawing of high light and
water painting were interesting
features this week.
I "Alittle child shall lead them "
When Friday afternoon came , the
children asked for a change in
the program , Miss Rains sug
gested a studin German. So ,
as Little Rudolph as instructor
we learned to write and pro *
nounce the German alphabet.
St. Patrick and the beautiful
Shamrock are among our lists of
'Look ups. "
We are preparing to accomp
any Miss Rains home April 2nd
where we will'give a short en
Two of our students will try
the 8th grade examination next
week at New Helena.
Atuley Scribe.
W. Baker of Eddyville was a
husky visitor this week.
Contractor Knowles made a
business trip to Broken Bow
W. W. Warren of Callaway
was renewing acquaintances
this week. William is the fellow
who put the roads in shape last
Claude Currie of Broken Bow
was in town last week removing
the telephonic apparatus of the
Central Telephone Company.
He was assisted by N A. Boyd.
Two new and attractive stores
opened to the public last week.
Varney and Cooper have a gen
eral store and Hermon and Kern
a gents furnishing store under
supervision of Mr. Record of
N Dwight Ford was attend
ing to business in the District
Court Monday and Tuesday of
this week.
D. Hanna was a county scat
visitor Monday.
O. B. Foster is taking an ex
tended trip through Texas and
other southern states.
James Harson has closed up
his business and left Nebraska
and will probably locate in
Alerna News.
The program given by the
Urammer School list Friday
evening was well rendered and
all well pleased.
E. M. Dodge is critically ill
at his home on East Table.
There is but small hope for his
Last Thursday evening Mr.
Claude J. Hall , editor of the
Merna Postal Card was united in
marriage to Miss Chloe Brother-
Mr. and Mrs. Hall are spend
ing a few days at Nelson , Nebr.
The ladies of the Catholic
church are preparing to serve a
chicken pie dinner Thursday
March 17th. In the evening
they * have a program and basket
The regular quarterly exam
ination will be given in the high
school next week.
Rev. Gaston is holding meet
ings in Arnold this week.
L. L. Rash and family of the
Sand Hills , are visiting Merna
relatives and friends this week.
Elton News.
Mrs. Arthur Case of George
town is visiting her parents Mr ,
Mrs Leek.
U'Emm i Kleeb ol' R mud
oy spent Sunday al Alhi-rt
A , G. Spencer marketed hogs
in Broken Bow Thursday.
Albert Kleeb made a business
in trip to Broken Bow Saturday.
Chub Spencer , Charley Luce
and Mr. Montanye are baling
hay this week.
The Telephone man was out
repairing telephones on line .21.
Gad Spencer and family spent
Sunday at Joe Spencers ,
Miss Sadie Caoksley is assist
ing her sister Mrs. Albert Powell
with her household duties this
Chubbpencer and family Sun-
dayed at Mr. Bishops.
A. Crowtherleft for Oklahoma
the first of the week t visit rela
tives and see about selling his
Charley Bishop and family of
Brown county arrived here the
fint of the week. They will
move on Mr. Barnes farm.
Mr. St. Clair and family are
moving on Ed Haumonts place
near Elton.
Ortello News.
James Milligan and family
visited at Wm. McDermott's
Miss Ida Ingram closed a very
successful term of school in dis
trict No 193 and returned home
last week.
Mrs. Ada Smitz visited at S ,
Waddington's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dyke visited
at M. Ingram's Sunday *
H. G. Clark of Eureka was a
caller in the valley Monday.
Miss Bessie Pinckney spent
.Saturday and Sunday with her
parents at Broken Bow.
Maude Moore spent Sunday
with home folks.
Purly and Robert Ingram
visited friends near Arnold Wed
N. Jacquot's sale Friday was
well attended
Protracted meetings closed Sun
day evening.
T. McCance of Anselmo was
a caller in the valley Monday.
Oliva and Maude Roby spent
Monday evening at Charley
Mrs. Ingram is on the sick