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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1910)
QQU Y ,
M. R. Foster was elected
chairman and C. R. Luce secre
tary. The matter of making up
the assessors books was present
ed by the county assessor. It
was moved and seconded that
books be made up by county
assessor as heretofore. Carried.
Matter of thoroughbred stock
values discussed and values to be
left to judgment of each assessor.
Moved and seconded a com
mittee of three be appointed tote
to recommend a value on hogs-
Chair appointed Licbteuberger ,
Bryan and Kimberling.
Committee on hogs recom
mended that hogs be assessed as
follows : $7 per hundred for fat
hogs and $6 per hundred for
stock hogs. Report accepted
Moved and seconded that coun
ty assessor be rcqnested to make
up a list of prices for April 1st
and send to each assessor. Car
Private phone to be assessed
$10 and that to include line be
longing to phone.
Moved and seconded to ad
C. R. Luce , Sec'y.
Real Instate Transfers
John n Pollard to Wm II Paulsoin ICO
acres In 0-I7-S1 8 12000
Investors Security co to A B Cornell
Newman COO acres In 0&10-1S-17 25000
Chelttophcr iConant to Godfrey
Nansel ICOactesIn I7-10-25 4250
Seth F Earucll to Godfrey Nansel par
cels 111 14-1G&22-15- ! ! ! 8000
Mapgle M VCKWCII to August Anderson
ISO acres In 27-18-21 12000
Arthur McCwcu to August Anderson
120 acres In 27-1821 2.riOO
Trustees of M. K. Church lots 13-14-15-
1U-17- 8-1920-22-23-21 block 18 350
George A iirown to Chas U Armour ICO
acres in S-15-2J 7000
Mrs Clara D Langfeldt to E D F Lang-
feldt ICO acres In 25-17-17 6000
John A Scroggs to Fred M Bryner lots
3S.4 block LOOconto 400
Gustav H Lindall to uert J. Uogers do
acres in 29.130-10-18 lOiOO
IbsacDeardorf and c W Duku to The
Grand IJty Goods Co parcel In 30i3l-
15-17 , 20000
ElUa.bet.li Prultt and husb to James JI
Lun ly 120 acres in 14-20-17 1
naro H Farwell to Tboduc Itldder par
cel In HK15.1B24 7700
Wm S Kawdlng to Uessie M Shlnn 8'J
acres In 2i-2-is 300
Gee w Anple to Frank E Taylor parcel
in block 2 original town of Broken
Joseph W Care to Charles 13 Tunis lots
lit sH 12 block 36 lots 7-8 9 block 44 35 5
Ida P. Suldcr and husb to Harvey U
Andrews 300 acres In 22i2l-lU-i3 4MO
Frank M Williamt to Carlos West ICO
acres lit 17-14- 3600
D.ivld A Snider to Harvey B Andrews
ICO acres in 18S.14-10-23 7500
Union Land Co to H E urcga lots 10-18-
19 block : w H R add toC.ilUw.iy 180
J P Sallee to Gee w Ferubrook parcels
In 1H-1.V1U12 14-2. ) 7200
Wm Pursell to K J Price 100 acres in
James A Kirk to Chas Brandt lot 3 and
cast4ii ft ot lot 4block It In Merna. . . . 2000
Chas llrandt to Martha Lohr lot 3aml
east 40 It of lot 4 bloc * 14 in Merna. . . 2500
Jennie Lohr and huu to Chas Brandt
parcel In 32-18 21 3000
Jellies M Hall to Hey Pollard parcel
in 32-1821 800
Andrew J Hackes to Ira P Mills lot 1
block 111 H E Allen's add to Arnold . . 700
II A Darrow to George J Anderson 5
acres in Calh < un add to Mason City. . 2000
Frank I' Newbecuer to Chas R New-
becker 100 acres In 2-20-18 1250
Gilbert Helgesen to Chas W Gressley
ISiacresln 11-10-18 \ 5COO
Chas W Gressley to Hawlcy S James
iCU acres in 3i-l < M8 4000
Chas C Cooper to J J Strechle 100 acres
In 14-15 ID 4 ro
Fred w Harris to chas \V Harris 80
ICO acres In 14 15-1 u 1000
Frtd W Harris to chas M Smith 24'J '
acres In Hl&ll-lS-l'i C190
Euilly R. King to Addle M Wachter lot
4 block 5 in Merna 900
Samuel Greesley to Hawley S James
100 acres In 3 18-18 4COO
Hiram J ohasc to Ernest P Moore par
cel in block 3 in Lewis' add to Brok
en Bow 700
Union Land Co to Omer Halton lots
iMM5 : block 27 In Callaway 99
Arthur II Needham to Bertha I Mills
80 acres in "i-16-23 yOOtl
Arthur H Neeilham to Frank E Need-
ham 8' acres In 7-16 25 2100
II H Deal to Louis Anderson ICO 5-100
acre > in 4 1522 300
Arthur H Necdhaiti to Matlic McNcill
lOUacresin 0-10-25 21(0 (
Trunk E Needham to L Roy Needham
100 acres in 28 17-25 1510
James TCampbell to Wilbur O Mars ton
XO acres In 2-U-I7 2800
John li Hoyer to Udwin W Atwater jr
jauie- , Fletcher to James T Campbell
81 acres in 2 U-17 280 <
Rasmus Andetiou to Chas W llowman
ICO acres in 15 1820 35 u
Clyde U Carlos to Henry II ftfers lots
1-2 block 3 A W Gandy's adu to ilrok-
ken Bow 30-0
James W Lundy to George Theobald
10 acresln ya-2.-i7 4
The State ol Nebraska to John u Gilmore -
more 04u acres in 36.14-24 8iW >
J F Hubbard to Jedcck Bryner 320
acresln Vi-\\-'iZ \ 4SOC
Albert C Dallman to Edward H Becker
10 cresln 2J-20-18 / . . 75C
Edmont Hauuiout to Louis Haumont
10 acre , in 35-18-19 IOC
James u Bailey to School Ulst No 1"J
I acre in 19-1-21
N E Armstrong to John Chit-bourn jr
160 tcresln w-lg-18 60 i
James L King to Sterling P Smith 00
acres It. 2.MC21 75CK
Edward P Leach to Frank W Brum
baugh 160 acres in 10-20-18 320.
Alice puiiUm and husb to Edward
Leach bO acres In1918 -isoc
Clara itenger anu hnsb to Theresa M
Lltty W ) acres I7-15.2J 2101
George O Ueuger to Theresa M Lltty
ICO acres in 17-15-23 . 4801
Lewis J Pfrehm to David T Adams par
cel In a-w.ia looc
Lincoln Land co to Lllburn F Oxford
iot4blocku Berwyn CC
Lewis P Green to Edwin E Watts 65
acres In 10-20-8 110
James w Lundy to Georgia Hopkins
3iJ acres jn 15 11-20-17 800
Bertha E predraore to Fred W Hayes
80 acres In 28 1720 sooi
Robert Leowlch to Wm II coulter 100
acres UJ3J-17-10 3Tn
George H Peterson to Mary Flathow
160 acres In 33-11-21 80
Bessie M Shlnn and husb to Win S
UotvdmgbOacres in 21-20-18 3M (
Joseph G Heard to E11U IIfiler lot 5
block J 4th add to Sargent lot
Alice Pulilam and husb to Fred N ell
5 acres lnHD-18 SO *
F M Rublee to A B Salisbury bO acres
ChasW Cowman to Edwin S Powell
lots 8-9 block 30 R R add to Callaway
C H F Stinmeir to U H Seaman lots 8-9
bloc 1 Stlnmelr add to Ansley 250
Howard C Adams to John S Llrkpat-
rick l&oacreslii 28-U-21 50iO
August F Rohde to Stephen /.Immer
100 acres In 44-13-18 20(0
L It Cane to Lydla M Tumbleon 100
acresln 21-11-1T 8000
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
Daniel Maupiu , Thomas and
Prank Butler , old residents , have
moved from Cliff township to
Sterling , Colo. As soon as they
get their houses erected they will
send for tlicir families.
Miss Ella Leubbert has just
closed a very successful term of
school in Dist. No. 61.
Pall wheat is damaged about
50 per cent.
Measles and whooping cough
are having their own way with
the young folks.
Our old friend II. II. Myers of
the Bow was up recently.
Charles Shadden is building
a new house on the table. We
soon will hear the wedding bells
Elex Pirnie went to Broken
Bow on business Monday.
Archcy Elliott went to Ansley
Street Bros , of Broken Bow
were helping Chas. Govier with
two wells Thursday.
Miss Net ie Mottinger of Elton
is going to Broken Bow Satur
day to help Mrs John Campbell.
Roy and Carl Leek have moved
> u their farm and have started
Bose Rubin and Dell Camp-
Dull were called to the bed side
> f their father at Broken How
Wednesday who underwent an
operation in the evening and at
this writing he is improving
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Powell
are proud parents of a bouncing
Ira Close of Merna is visiting
relatives at Weissert Sunday-
Mrs. Thornton of Westervillt
: ame up to her daughters Mrs.
Rubin Campbell Saturday to
take care of the children while
she went to Broken Bow to see
ier father-in-law who is sick.
Would we all feel right if
these "gentle breezes" would
Bruce' Johnson's spent Easter
-vith Rilph Johnson's.
W. W. Williams went to
Omaha Sunday morning to see
i brother who has been seriousl
ill. but the last report informs us
rte was getting along tairlyell
Geo. Bar er has been building
a new hog house demensiotis H > \
20. He has it nearly completed
Willie Garland helped Mr.
Koozar's plant potatoes last
Miss Luce has been spending
t night with each one of the
amilies before her school closes
Muses Mable Tappan , Belle
Vcrna Sands , Frank Sands and
Jhas Tappen visited the Will-
am's children Sunday p. m.
Mr. Huffoian ? .nd family spent
Sunday with relatives in another
James Garland who lives on
me Adams farm is putting up a
Miss Madge Bishop stayed in
own to help with the Easter
vlarket last Saturday.
Cbas. Koozer who plays in
tie Custer College Base Ball nine
eports they were defeated at
dasonCity last Saturday. They
xpect to play ou the Mason
itamond April 9 and come out
Several head of horses have
t-en turned in the Peden pasture
Roy Routh has a new up'to
i ite disc.
Nine McComas and family left
this week for I'exas They will
be missed from the neighborhood
but all wish them a safe journey
and a properous year iu their
On last Friday.eycnin a pub
lic reception was given iu honor
of Mr. aud Mrs. Claude Hall.
All the churchs will give
Easter programs next Sunday
E. M. Dodge is still very ill at
his home on east table. 'Ihere ?
is but little change in his con
A number of high school pu
pils are interested in the coming
Mr. and Mrs. Towsljr has
taken up their residence in
Edgar Francis and family will
soon depart for Alliance where
Mr. Francis has a position ou
the rail road.
Mr. Cooper of Corning , Iowa
visited in Merna this week.
To late for last week.
Robt. Shaw Jr. and Misses
Wilcher aud Castle spent Sun
day at the Mylar home.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hamil
ton on last Tuesday a daughter.
Several from this vicinity at
tended the sale here Saturday.
Kent Haskell went to Calla
Chas Terpenning is spending a
few clays along the river doing
Mr. Byron Woodward died last
unday morning at the home of
his , brother Win. Woodward.
Funeral took place at the home
The Eighth grade examination
will be given at the Milldale
schoolhouse on Thursday and
Friday of this week. We shall
have three or four applicants
who expect to take these examin
Lecture number four of the
Miildale Lecture course given by
Kev. O B. Sarber of Grand
Island was attended by a large
number of people. The govern-
on nt pictures showing work and
rcstOts of irrigation were very
excellent. The closing feature
of the program was intensely in
spiring and was listened to with
profound interest. All were led
o see the importance of trained
minds and skillful hands which
'Pig iron or Steel , " illustrated
To late for last week.
Charley Lesley and fimily
ipent Sunday at Frank Anderson
Rev. Smith preached to a
arge audience at the M. E.
church Sunday night.
A. G. Spencer made a busi-
icss trip to Broken Bow Satur
Reub and Bose Campbell were
called to Broken Bow the first
of the week on account ot the
serious illness ot their father.
Charley C"oksley shelled corn
for Albert Klcek and Mrs. Mott-
inger last Saturday.
Nettie Mottinger is spending
a few days in Broken Bow as
sisting Mrs. Campbell with her
housework this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Powel
are rejoicing over the arrival of
a fine baby boy at their house.
John Pirnie and tamily spen' '
Sunday at Chub Spencers.
Bell School District.
Joe Novotny and family lef
for their new home in Dakota
Born to Mr , and Mrs. F. Man
nel a baby boy March 22nd.
w e would have preferred a
tjood rain at Easter time to al
Easter always brings so much
pleasure that we can't mention
all. To save room we will sa ;
the whole neighborhood under
went a period of great amuse
ment and pleasure.
Several attended services iu
/Vnselmo / Sunday. Father O'Don-
nely came out Sunday evening to
hristcn's and held mass at
< * rank Spannel Monday.
The saw mill has begun it's
jusy hum at Mace Forsyth's.
t is doing excellent work , Mr.
no. Bell is the only injured one
o far. He received a badly
Mrs , Rudolph Jcstrabek was
he recipient of 30 of her goodly
Several have been attending
he revival meetings held at
Sew Helena ,
Willie Christen went to Omaha
Sunday with a load of cattle.
Grandma Plymale is staying
with her son John.
Emma Vinncdgc entered the
th grade Monday.
Pansy Simuis , Emma V innedge
and Earnest Spannel took the
examinations given at New
lelena Thursday and Friday.
Very few of the older folks
made any garden Good Friday ,
but we did. We made a very
nice large one and hope to ob
tain good results from study if
some good friend will please
eave.therest [ of it be.
You would think to wood peck
ers had returned if you co uld hear
the music they give us each day.
HAPPY SCHOOL DAYS.
To Pupils of Prairie View School.
luppy school days now are ended ,
Those dear days that's been our pride ;
But how I long for their reluming ,
Since we've laid our hooks aside.
School days stories never tires us ,
Though like leaves they are wildly
Down the rock of a hundred translations ,
? roui an early stage of the world.
When we start on life's long journey ,
n the school-room years to stay ;
First we write our words with pencil ,
Aud a tear drop will wash them away.
But out in this great world of life ,
All the wrongs that we do and think ,
> Vc cannot so easily blot out again ,
because we write them with ink.
Then let us strive for what is right ,
And never any troubles borrow ;
For those who sow good seed today ,
Shall reap with joy tomorrow.
And when the parting hour has come ,
And we've felt the warmth of every heart ;
When last a sad good-bye is spoken ,
sigh to think that we must part.
Though partings give us grief and sorrow
wr hen constant hearted friends we find ;
But my thoughts of you shall be forever ,
No space can blot you ftom my mind.
Composed by your teacher ,
480 acre farm for rent. 220
acres in cultivation. 2CO acres
in pasture , small piece of alfalfa ,
hay canyons and good buildings.
39-tf WIL.T.IS CADWKU , .
To my friends : Having sold
tny office property , and Real
Estate business with list of same
together with my good wishes
to Mr. C. W. Bowman , I take
this method to thank you one
aud all , for your friendship and
cordial support in the past. I
most heartily recommend my sue
cessor Mr. Bowman to you as a
gentleman and an honorable
business man to whom you can
safely entrust your business ,
will be found at the old place fo
a short time , until I can close up
my business. J. M , Fodge 3'J-t
Old papers for sale at this
WANTED Boarders at Hau
mont residence. Mrs. S. E. Gra
To my friends and the Public :
Having sold my office building
to Rasmus Anderson and bought
J. M. Fodge's business and build
ing , you will find me at that
place doing business m the fu
ture. Would be glad to see all
my old friends and many new
ones. About onebalf block north
39-tf Chas , W. Bowman.
MRS. W. T. JONES
* Mrs. W. T. .Tonrt lias hail 17 years expcr
leuce In ilrcsstn.ikliijr. H Is useless to loot ,
further , work guaranteed , Hoom 7 , DlerKs
J. L. FERGUSON
NOTARY , PUBLIC
Heal Estate , insurance , Hanchci anil
Farms for Kent , hcgaPl'apers Drawn , Sur
veying ami Platting.
No Dirt. No Clinkers All
ConI The Good Kind.
For Sale. Doth Wholesale
nnd Rotnll. Hltfhost Market
Price for All Kinds of Grnin
\ West Elevator
F. J. BAIIR , Prop. Phone 62
( &OOOOOOOOCOOOOOGOOOCVMXX *
KOTlCK TO UIJUNQUKNTS.
Notice Is hereby given that the rental upon
< ait ; contract on school land described
olow and set opposite the name of the
.older thereof , Is ilcltii < | iicnt for a period ot
2 months or more and If the amount now
'ue Is not paid within 00 days from the date
f this notice Haiti contract will tie declared
brfelturcd by the Hoard of educational
< ands and funds , and the said forfeiture
ntered of record as provided bylaw.
SaleNK'4 , Hli SUM Sec. KIT. 1 K. 17 W. S.
Vescott , Custcr County.
Dated March H , 1 < > 10 ,
41-43 K. II. OOWI.KH.
lommlsstoncr Public Lands and llulldlngs.
Certificate No. 4l'M.
o lilcbard Ilauimcll :
You are hereby notified that on Nov. 0 ,
wr , I , . A. wight purchased at public sale for
axes for the year I'm the following descrlb-
d land , to-wlt : The northeast J < of north-
a&t U-of section U2 township 10 range 33 In
"ustcr county , state of Nebraska.
The said land was assessed In thr name of
, A. Wight and that , after the expiration of
hri'c mouths from the third publication of
his notice , tax deed will be applied for.
Dated March 24,1910.
4J-4I Owner and holder of ccrtlllo.ilc.
Keeps a full line of Postal CardN , variety
and quality to suit. Stationary , School
Supplies , Picture and Postal Albums ,
Sheet Music , Toilet Powders , Soap aud
Notions. A good assortment of candles ,
Cigars , Tobaccos and pipes. Call and In
spect for bargains , prices right.
G. T : ROBINSON , Propr.
Dressmakitig is something every
mother nud daughter should know
for herself. So be sure when iu
town and visit the TKRRY'S
SCHOOL OK DRKSSMAKINO , over
Todd's Milliuery Store.
Broken Bow , Nebraska
NOTICE ; Having bought back
rom Mr. C. W Bowman , my
Jity Property List , with the
House renting , I desire to again
ask the patronage of my old
customers , and as many others ,
as may have City Property for
sale , or rent to call upon me.
intend to make City Property ,
and Insurance , my sole business
business , having quit the Farm
Rcalestate business. I can now
be found in west ruoin , over the
Holcomb Book store. I shall be
glad to meet you at any time.
My Motto is Square dealing.
J. M. Fodge.
A series 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 bj
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.
FOK SALK. A fine resident
block one block south of ball
ground. Will sell by quarters
if preferred B. W. Blair. 42-tf
See me about flour and all
kinds of feed.
. Bring me your
cream or anything you wish
to sell. Phone 409. Free de
livery. W. H. O'Horke.
Add To The Value
Of Your Property ,
By painting it. A contof new paint
mltls greatly to the attractiveness nud
saleability of a property , and whether
you mint outside or in , house or barn
it will pay you to use
They wear longer , cover more sur
face , and cost 'less than nny other
first class paint. Get our free circular
explaining why nnd color card , Sec
our window display of Paint nnd Wall
S. R. LEE.
The Busy Druggist.
A New Glean Stack of
Frcsli IOLA Portland Cement.
FrcaK Car of ACM A Plaster.
A Splendid Line of Fence Posta.
you contemplate using any of
atove tnie if
: nc Sprimg--or
ou need a nice load of
H. T. Bruce
( SL Co.
Broken Bow , Nelr. PKonc 234.
ALL KINDS OF WELLS
Consult Him If You Want Water.
Broken Bow , Nebraska.
N. T. GADD'
omce over Holcomb's book store-
Offlce phone 3)8 Residence O )
llrolccn Bow , Nebraska. '
J. A. ARMOUR
Practices In all the courts. Convayanclng
-lnd notorlal work , omce up stairs over
State uank of uroken How.
Uroken HOW , Nebraska.
A. VINCENT SHERIDAN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Calls promptly answered day or night ,
qmcc and residence In the Mrs. dlelm
building Just west of the Security State
Hank. Phone 390
Uroken How , Nebraska.
F. W. BUCKLEY , M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
KYK , EAR , NOSE and THUOAT ,
Fitting of glasses.
Onice In Dlerks nlk. Phone 280
Ilrokeu Dow , Nebraska.
WE MAKE GOOD PHOTOS
East Side of Square
Broken Bow , Nebraska.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
( Licensed )
Uuslness phone , 301 Residence 301H
Uroken Bow , Nebraska.
L. E. COLE
EMBALMER & FUNER'L DIRECTOR
( Licensed )
Uulon Illock Business phone 85 , Residence 323
Uroken Bow , Nebraska.
C. R WILSON- ; . C.
Residene , First House East
of Grand Central Hotel.
OFFICE HOURS : 2 TO 4 P. M
If paid in advance I will give the
first six Chiropractic Adjustments for
IIQ.OO , and thereafter ten adjustments
for $5.00 at ony of my offices. Anali-
zation and examination free at office.
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