Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, July 14, 1910, Image 5

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    OUSTER COUMX KEJPtfBLlOAN
, TOWNS LIKE MEN ARE
OFTEN PESSIMISTIC.
Towns like jicoplo got the idea nt
tltncs that they just cnnuot nmko any
thing go. Good cntnriirlslng citizens
Bomotlmcs say : "If this were such and
such town wo could niako Improve
ments and have things we ought to
have , but our town Is n stlck-lntno-mud
eort of n town and wo can't. " That
Iclnd of feeling will kill any town In
the world. If wo will wako up and
stand together we can have anything
wo want In this town. Our patronage
Is good , people come from other terri
tory to our town to trade. The ques
tion Is how long will they do this If
wo do not make an effort to show our
appreciation of their patronage. We
have come to the "conclusion that this
town can have as good a Chautauqua
ns any town our size In the United
States.Vlth a good Chautauqua people
ple will como from miles around and
wo can renew old acquaintances and
imko new ones nnd , by spending the
week among our patrons and showing
them a good time , we can add much to
thoitradotofiourjtowntbcsidesiKlvliiKtto ,
funds available for investment in
United States bonds they iliay
notify the secretary of the treas.
ury of the amount of such funds
in their hands which they desire
to invest in bonds of the United
States subject to call , the Secre
tary of the Treasury shall call
for redemption an amount of
the funds in the hands of the
trustees which the trustees desire
to thus invest , and the bonds so
called shall be redeemed at par
with accrued interest at the treas
ury of the United States on and
after three months from the date
of such call and interest on the
said bonds shall thereupon cease :
Provided , That the said bonds
when redeemed shall be reissued
at par to the trustees without
savings depository funds , and all
statutes relating- false returns
of postal and money order busi
ness , the forgery , counterfeiting ,
alteration , improper use or hand *
ling of postal and money-order
blanks , forms , vouchers , accounts
and records , and the dies , platca
and engravings thcrcior , with
the penalties provided in such
statutes , arc hereby extended and
made applicable to postal savings
depository business , and the
forgery , counterfeiting , alter
ation , improper use or handling
of postal savings depository
blanks , forms , vouchers , accounts
and records , and the dier , plates
and engravings therefor.
Sue , 16. That the faith of
the United States is solemnly
.Dlcdgea.to Uicpavjiicnt _ of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dyke , Jua-
nita Podge. Alvic Cantrcll , Alvin
and Elvin Hyatt spent Sunday at
Mcrida Ingrain's.
Ed Myers is working for Frank
Edwards.
Mrs. Geo. J acquit returned
from Missouri last week.
Prairie Hill.
We had a nice rain Monday
morning.
Mr. Elgin Boal spent a few
day last week visiting his son
Emery at Georgctow , Emeiy
accotnpaiued him home.
Mr. Fisher of ol rado is visit
ing his sister Mrs. Winchester.
We arc glad to learn that the
Redpath Chautauqua is coming
back this summer , and we hope
that itwill be so that the farmers
can attend.
i 2 reu mm 11
, T. B. SCHROOK , D.O.MD.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
onice in Dlcr B block.
calls answered at all hours In city or country
phonedomco 433-Resilience , White 821
I wint to buy your cream nnd sell
you your flour nnd feed of nil
kinds , every thing guaranteed ,
W. II. O'Rorkc's Feed Store
Phone 409.
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at public sale
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it II est 14 acresol
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fin pursuance
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110 lor tlie sale
moiitUmed and
fat the boutli
Hiding In tin
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itit being tin.
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iHsloix and tlie
4k " - \ Visors ot Gusto ]
( district court
JlJuly , wio at
( at public veil
{ ash , the South
mtililp 17 rangi-
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aian of Walter
knd Rowuna I
P : ; Kussom heirs
[ the will o I
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urer of the United States
curity for the issue of circulate
notes by national banking -J
ciations.
Sue. 11. That whenever I
trustees of the postal sapiil
fund have in their possewl
Ittfds to the embezzlement ,
j1 improper handling ,
) U , use or disposal of pos-
money order funds and
mishments provided for
Fenses arc hereby extend-
linide applicable to postal
Don't forget the old settler's
picnic in the Hemstead grove
next Wednesday , July 13.
Robert Myers visited with his
cousin Earl Myers Saturday
night.
music schools as In thlc country. 'The
Chautauqua rtianagement can get no
greater artist. Miss Tucker b a cellist
of renown and MRS | Dora Wolcs Is i\ \
"rilvlno" pianist. At
GHAUTAU
ti ht time ,
nnger.
er.
'Illicitly ,
jjurous kiduej
) vc this ,
itreet , Hroken
yc nothing to
emeni I gave
Doan'8 Kid-
Do need of n
For several
coming on me
5f bringing it
stiff and fre-
itiug pains in
was confined
d was unable
ct at n time
/el nnd treated
: rl weeks. In
ae nud I was
long the difii-
iwed severity.
Manic highly
uTut and bnth-
y [ in passage
| to ' try Uoan's
sb'ox nt Ilae-
sy'hronght re
lief almost immediately. Jn a few weeks
I was cured and from thnt day to this , I
I have had no further cause for com
plaint. "
For sale by nil dealers Price 50 cents
1'oster-Milburn Co. , IhifuUo , New York ,
sole agents for thu United States.
Remember the name Doan's. aud
take 110
No More Flies.
Flies are her in ernest -
est and pestering1 stock
nearly to death.
If you will use Great
Western F 1 y Chaser
your stock will get the
be lefit of the food they
eat , in other woads it
is a stock food.
Gallons - $1.00
Half Gal. - .50c
Quarts ,85c
Try a can and
Be Convinced.
S. R. LjEE.
The Busy Druggist.
A. New Glean Stack of
LUMBER
Fresh IOLA Portland Cement.
Frc8hCar of ACM A Plaster.
A Splendid Line of Fence Poets ,
[ f you contemplate using any of
the above this Sprimg or if
you need a nice load of
COAL
CALL and SEE
H. T. Bruce
( SL Co.
Broken Bow , Nebr. Phone 234.
FRANK KELSEY
ALL KINDS OF WELLS
Consult Him If You Want Water.
Urokcn Dow , Nebraska.
N. T. GADD
'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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Onicc over Holcoinb's book stnrn.
onicc iihono 208 Kcsldcncc 20
Urokon How , Nebraska.
J. A. ARMOUR
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Practices In all tlio courts. Convayanclng
niid nntorlal work , onicc up stairs over
State Hank of nrokcn How.
Hrokcu now , Nebraska.
BANGS' STUDIO
WE MAKE GOOD PHOTOS
Kast SUle of Square
Ilroknn Hoiv. Nebraska.
HARRY KIMBALL
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
( Licensed )
Business phone , 301 Residence ,30111
lirokcn How , Nebraska. .
L. E. COLE
EMBALMER & FUNER'L DIRECTOR
( Licensed )
( JaioiOlIock lluslnesa phone'85 , Rcsldence'.323
Hrokcn How , Nebraska.
DR. G. F. BARTHOLOMEW
PHYSICIAN AND OCULIST
Glasses Kitted.
AH calls promptly attended dayfor night.
Phone 81.
Mus. W. T. JONES
DRESSMAKING
Mrs. W. T. Jones has had 17 years expor-
encc In dressmaking , it Is useless to look
further. Worn guaranteed. Kooux 7 , Dlerks
Illock.
J. L. FERGUSON
NOTARY PUBLIC
Heal Kstate , Insurance , Ranches 'ana
Farms for Kent , Legal Papers Drawn , Sur
veying and Platting.
Hroken How.'tfcbraska ,
For
E. M. F. Studebaker , Buiclc and
Now International Automobiles
See 0. II. CONRAD.
FOR SAI.K A fine resident
block one block south of ball
ground. Will sell by quarters
if preferred. B , W. Blak. 42-U