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CUSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN
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Call For Republican Convention.
The Itcniibllcaiiflol the County of Ouster ,
State of Nebraskaarc hereby called to incut
In convention In the city of urokun now , on
Monday July 18th , line , at U o'locic In thu
forenoon , In the forenoon , In the cadwcll
building , for the purpose of selecting nine
teen delegates to attend the Republican
State Convention to meet at Lincoln , on
Tuesday , July 2otli , I'JK ) , and to select the
County central committee , and for the
transaction of .sucli other business as may
properly come before the convention.
The Convention shall be made up of dele
gates chosen by'thc Republican of the re-
upertlvc townships of the County at caucuses
held for that purpose , prior to said 18th day
of July , 1910.
The basis of representation shall be one
delegate for each 10 voles or major fraction
thereof cast at thu 1010 Kcneral election for
John 11 , Harnes , Republican nominee for
Said apportion nont entitles several town
ships to the following representation In said
convention , to-wlt :
Algernon 10 Oarflckl G
Anslcy 14 Hayes 3
Arnold 8 Kllfoll H
Iicrwyn 7 Lillian 7
llrokcn llow 30 I..OUP K
Cliff 7 Myrtle 0
Custcr 8 Sargent IS
Comstock 5 Triumph 4
Douglas Orove 8 Victoria 7
Delight 15 Wayne 0
Kllm 6 Westervllle 9
Klk Creek 8 West Union o
Grant o WoodHlver 11
IT IS FURTHER RECOMMENDED that
no proxies beallowcd.and that the delegates
present from each of the respective town-
Hhlps bo authorised to cast the full vote of
The members of the County central Com
mittee who arc to conduct thu 1010 campaign
must be chosen at this convention.
Alpha Morgan , Chairman.
William M. Dunn , Secretary.
Dated this 22nd day of June , 1910 , Broken
( Loup Township )
Notice Is hereby given that a republican
caucus will be hew at the regular voting
place of ioup township on Saturday July 10 ,
1910 , at 2:30 : P. M. for the purpose of electing-
eight delegates to the Republican County
Convention to be held at Urokcn llow July
18th and for the transaction of such other
business that may come before thu caucus.
Wii.c. r. TIIEW.
A caucus of the republican electors of
Tiroken now township will be held In the
Cadwell building Saturday July ifl , 1010 , at
2 o'clock p. M. for the purpose of electing 30
delegates to the county convention and for
the transaction of such other business as
may come before the caucus ,
ALPHA. MOHCIAN ,
M. Q , Montgomery , Sec.
The republicans of Lillian township will
meet In caucus Saturday July 10th , at 2
o'clock tn the Oxford school house for the
purpose of naming delegates to the county
convention and for the transaction of any
other business that may come before the
Uy order of Committee ,
Q. T. Christy.
Call from Cliff Township.
Notice Is hereby given that there will be a
Rcpubllcau Caucus held at the Hicks school
house Cliff Township Saturday July 10 loio
at 2 p. in. for the purpose of electing 7
delegates to attend the Republican County
Conveutlon to be hold at Uroken How July ,
18 1910 and for the transaction of such other
bunlnes3 as may properly come before the
w. j. Rice ,
Candidate For the Legislature.
I hereby announce myself as candidate
for nomination for Representative In the
Cflth district , subject to the action of the
republican primary Aug. 16,1910
O. U. Moody ,
N , T. GADD'S ANNOUNCEMENT
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Having Illed with the proper ofllccr , I
now announce myself a candidate for the
offlcc of county Attorney subject to the ap
proval of the republican party at the Primary
election to be held Angust 10th. 1910.
It Is perhaps needless for me to say : I
am unalterably against ( ho Llauor Inter ,
asts , I am for county option , tor state and
nation wide prohibition.
I am a republican , but am most emphat
ically for the revision of theTarlff downward
and for the removal of tariff upon things
essentially necessary to the comfort , health ,
happiness and prosperity of the citizen.
My present term ot onice docs not expire
until January 1911 , my time and ability there
fore Is the property of the citizens of the
county , of all political complexion ; that be.
Ing true I WILL NOT MAKE A CANVASS.
I havenol been absent from any meeting of
the board of supervisors have been ou hand
at alt times when called upon by county
onicers from the least to the highest , Includ
ing Township ana School district onicers :
When needed by the private citizen , either
over the Phone , or In person I have been on
band by day or night , and this I will have to
say at the end of my term of onice rcgtrdlcss
ol the results of the primary election ; If you
need the county attorney , you will tlnd htm
ot his onice , not out'ln campaign , using your
time to further his personal Interests. If
absent , It will bo because of business , and tn
that event , there will be a competent lawyer
In charge of the ofllce.
I am huuiin.and no doubt have made
mistakes during my tcrtn of onice , but I have
no excuses to offer neither any appologles to
make ; I have sought to discharge duty to
the best of my ability from mv view point
this I will continue to do ; I will thank vou
for your consideration and will appreciate
Respectfully Yours ,
N. T. QADD.
ANDERSON FOR SUPERVISOR.
BVI' Having flled a § a candidate for Supervisor
ot the third supervisor district subject to the
k will of the republican primary. I will ap
preciate your support. If nominated and
elected I will use my best efforts for the ad
vancement of the best Interests of the dis
trict and the county in general.
RAS ANDEKSON ,
MYERS FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
I am a candidate for couuty attorney sub-
Jcct to thu aprroval of thu republican prl
UDWIN K1. MYKHS ,
Republican County Convention
next Tuesday. Conic out and
see bow republicans do things.
Both the regulars and insur
gents arc liable to be disappoint
ed in their hopes that Col. lioosc *
velt will especially espouse their
their cause. The ex-picsidcnt is
not liable to do anything of the
kind. Tie is a republican and
his efforts in the campaign will
not be to widen tbe party breech
but rather to weld it. No man is
in a better position to do that
than is Col , Roosevelt.
M. L. I
ernor a tn
rated to hi
as a candl'
This is tl
office is non
office is sec
when in th
ago and pi
of the horn V
, -o. n !
who was at
ot the pionj
ocated in i
: he Moody !
eighties , w
[ T. Moody
ful teachei ]
the days wj
nated he wi
the days of J
of every rep
The Oilier Sid <
Editor Custer J
For the purj
errors in 'a reel
straight , I sent
cation to that
they refused tc
ing a controve
the truth , even
fet a ic-noiniiu
Editor Custer C
Will you all
errors in yourf
speculations ? t.
from private in
final proof th'e
he would hiirdl
position i ntti
with inside iuf <
his position asjj
nn Alaskan cc
appears now ns
in the Seattle
I think if o1
coal lauds hav
and this forms I
Pincliot row till
of the coal lai
patent that Ut
scaudel to thea ]
made the invei
not reported its
stand that in yjO
are liable to an
you are hardly !
much when you
of buying his he
final proof on iT *
should be above
gets to tbe pi a
defended by n fa
would seem tlfl
meditation andj ]
its tenets , stancli
legal honesty J
and a suspicion
former , and still
latter , is bardl
3In llrokcn How . 1
Klnnman & Co to 15 CHouse lot 19 block
3 original town llrokcn llow . 1
V HaRln o C M Stephens lot 13 In block
4Anslcy . fS-p
n H welch to w Itruce IW acres In MS-
10 . LW
S I'oyles to wm H McKnlRht 10 In 31-lfi
19 . 30 <
O A Olsen to A J Mclrlch 100 acres In 9-
1S17 . 90'
Win liarrett to n I Elliott parcel In 33-
M K Lewis to j O W Lewis 320 acres In
Prohibition Banquet July 25 , 1910.
All Prohibitiists are invited tr
participate in the Banquet to be
it the Limlel' ' Hotel in Lincoln.
Nebr. , July 25th , at 0:30 : p. m.
Good eatinir , gooding- talking ,
ijond music ; the place to havr
your spirits renewed. The pric <
of vonr tickets is 75 cents
Onler the number you can use a1
once that plates may be saved fo
you. Remit with your order.
Winners of ill ) of July Sports.
THp winners in the various
contes's. held in BrokenBow Jul ;
4ch , were as follow :
1 he Modern Brotherhood o
Atmrica drill team was first in
the comic parade. The Twi
Dutchman were second am
Reneau with Smith's burro cap
In the Auto Flower parad
held in the afternoon II. W
George the winner with C. W
Bo wman second
The captor of the greased pig
was Edwin Myers.
The three legged race resulted
in John and Gaiua Cadwell being
first , Ray Cadwell and Miley
second and Myers and Stewart
In the girls foot race Blanche
Ash first , Susan Kurapt second
and Nora Davidson third.
Orvil Cox was first in the sack
race followed by James Ervin
with A M. Campbell third.
The winners o f the motorcycle
race w. s Myers wi thCadwell sci-
J , II. Chapman ,
( In the Custer Couuty Beacon. )
"An ideal congressman" in the
the estimation of tbe people is
one who does not envy every
prominent political position he
sees others occupy ; not one , who
when he cannot get what he
wants in his own party will take
the stump against his party nom
inees or resort to the columns of
the opposition press to gain party
prestige. An ideal congressman
is otic who is loyal to his party
and docs something for the pee
The date of the introductory of
the above article July 2 , 1910 , is
as misleading as the body of the
letter itself. The letter which
is a copy of the one we received
is post marked Broken Bow July
S , 1910. It was received too late
for publication that week so we
"had no time to prepare copy in
reply to its misstatements. We
never refused to publish thelettcr
claims had been upon the market
and bought and sold , especially
in the Pacific Coast cities , for
several years previous to the
time when Mr. Kinkpid made his
purchase. Articles frequently
appeared in the newspapers about
If you have a snap in a
larm , or ranch for sale list
with me. If you want to
buy a snap in a farm or
ranch , come and see me.
Phones , office 42 , resi
CHAS. W. BOWMAN
BROKEN Bow , NEB.
M. E. Cburcli. R. II. Thompson , Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 : a. in ;
morning1 sermon 11:00 : a. m ; Juu-
Proltibition Mass Convention.
Nine o'clock , a. m. , July 26 ,
Lincoln , Nebr. , will be held a
mass convention of Prohibition-
sts. Will you be there ? A
good time , round tab'es , speeches ,
discussions , and a general feast.
Coine and bring all your friends.
We hope to have one or more
speakers from abroad of national
reputation. The State Conven
tion will convene at 2 p m. of
the same day ; you can attend it
wether a delegate or not. It is
probable that the Congressional
meetings will convene in connec
tion with the above mass conven
tion. See to it that a full re
presentation is present from your
district. We hope to see every
county in the State represented
in both conventions.
Two young gentlemen f'otn
Billings , Montana were visitors
a Broken Bow Sunday ev. ning
iy force of circumstances. ' heir
Msit was unavoidable and due to
act that the brakemen on No 44
id not consider it proper for
hem to ride "blind binnrape" on
iis train if he could prevent it.
STATE or omo CITY OP TOLEDO , ?
LUCAS COUNTY. | S3 <
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he la senior
partner ol the firm ol F. J. CHENEY & Co. . dolnfc
business In the City ot Toledo. County and State
aforesaid , and that said firm will pay the sum ot
ONE IIU.VDUKI ) DOLLARS for each and every
case ot CATAHMII that cannot bo cured liy the use ot
HALL'S CATAU.U , CUHE.
pRAfK , .
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence ,
this 6th day of December , A. D. , 1896.
i ' i A. W. QLHASON.
) SEAtf f NOTAIIY PUBLIC.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the
system. Send for testimonials , free.
F. J. CIIK.N'EY A CO. , Toledo , O
Sold by nil Druggists , 7Sc.
Take Hall's I'amlly Tills for constipation.
TI.MK TABLE OF C. B. & 0R - R-
Broken Bow Nebraska.
40-8:49 : a m 39 fi:25 : p m
42 7:27 : am 4M':25i. ' : tn
44 7:15 : p tn 43 < > :55 : - m
39 and 40 local between Sen. c i
Try that White Satin II .nr m
W. H. O'Rorke's Feed Store
There is none better.
REAM BROS ,
Brandeis. Mr. Kinkaid per
sonally sent out copies of the
testimony of Glavis and the in
terview of Brandeis for publica
tions to weekly papers in his
district , and it was published in
the RyruuucAN at the time.
Send Your Abstract Orders to
J. Gr. Leonard , Bonded Abstractor
Office in Security State Bank Building :
DANGEROUS HOUSE FLY
Screen nil windows nntl d ois
Insist that your Grocer , Uutcher , linker
And nuy one from whom you buy footl stuff , does the same
The common house fly or "Typhoid Fly"
Is dangerous In your kitchen
Screens for sale at
L. Turner LJbr. Co ,
to the Custor County Republican
Editor & Publisher
WANTBD 1000 acres of land ,
broke , in the vicinity of Anselmo
Willis Cadwell , Broken Bow ,
Real Estate Transfers
Win Nelson to C 11 Mark 80 acres In 23-
Lena Utter toT w Edwards lots 1 2-M :
In block 74 U II nroken How 1000
K Tabey & husb to O M Foote all block 3
Tabeys add Oconto and lots 123In
block 2 In Oconto 10CO
K Williams & husb to r , Tlllcy parcel In
W L Philips to E slocum lots 8-0 10block
18 Anslcy 2500
J A colcman to A M CoieManlotsS H-lo-ll
block II Anslcy 1000
n \v ivlliln tn v. n UniKip lot in In lilork
The Cleveland Ladies' Orchestra ComIng -
Ing to Chautauqua.
There Is no musical organization
that is BO capable of giving universal
satisfaction as a ladies' orchestra.
There is a peculiar charm about their
-work for the simple reason that they
are women. While wo have not , as a
rule , been taught to expect so much
from them In the way of volume of
tone and vim of execution , as we do
from men , we 'always feel a keen de
light in the choice flavor that Is Im
parted to their music by a well trained
Those Interested In musical matters
have noted that in the last few years
there has been a wonderful rise in the
popularity of ladles' musical organlza
tions. They have been featured on
many lyceuin and chautauqua pro
grams. They have developed a last
that every manager recognizes and
feels a desire to satisfy.
In the short list that has made goo
on the American platform the Cleve
land Ladies' Orchestra easily take
first place. There are ten Instrument
used , Insuring su cient volume fo
any auditorium. There Is a bras
quartette carried that Is unique amen
musical organizations of this kind
Among the numerous elements tha
enter into making this the premie
ladles' orchestra of them all note pa
ticularly the following :
In the person of Mr. Alfred Motzdor
they have a thoroughly competenli
conductor. It is a peculiarly well bal
ancetl company of musicians. The1
greatest care has been exercised In
the instrumentation of the orchestra , '
The several soloists have unusual
merit and furnish a real feature in
the work of the organization. The
Metzdorf rehearsals are models ol
The program- * rendered by this great
orchestra range from the most dlfllcull
to simple popular airs. The perform
ers nre just as much at home in "The
' I Merry WivoV ami "Tannhauser" as
in the catt-Mest selections of yester-
j day. In Tannhnuser , where great
i volurie and action are required for the
devc rpment of right effects , the or
1 oheftra Hues to its full splendor and
, the hearers are ariazed at the splen
did climaxes reacl-ed by an orchestra
of ten numb.rs. It is successes of this
claps that have made the Cleveland
La ( tits' Orchestra the most sought
after of all the organization of Ita
kind In the lanTI.
Miss E. Ralphene Parsons , greatest
of all lady trombonists , is always jwp-
ular In her excellent solo work. Misa
Ada Hutfhlnson. the cornet soloist ,
has also an enviable reputation , while
Metzdorf. the leader , with the king ol
musical Instruments , the violin , has
reached a mark cf excellence in his
renditions that makes him a favorite
wherever he appears. Metzdorf haa
full mnsttry of technical difficulties , )
plays with the ease and grace of a1
master and excelF in fine musical shadings -
ings tVe 1'lRh lights and deep shad
ows cf mi sic.
The result is a finished product.
There is nothing left to be desired In
an orchestra. Their success has made
demands for standing space where
they have appeared. hTey have done
much to popularize music with the
masses. They are constantly raising
the standards higher. We are glad to
note that the Redpath Chautauqua
System has control of the summer
time of this splendid orchestra and
that it will appear as a regular num
ber on our program.
of these coal lands , , the area
which may be grouped or owned
by one company is limited to
four sections , for which reason
the act is popularly known as the
Anti-Coal Trust Law.
We could go into further de-
are so named on account of their dainti
ness and because men want to get hold
of them. Those that come from our
ARE WORTHY OF THE NAME.
Try some for lunch or tea. They go
excellently with preserves of any kind.
Or they are plenty good enough by them
selves. Better buy plenty , though. No
body ever refuses another no matter how
often they go round.
The City Bakery
Slieppard & Burk
have just received a part of
a car load of fine Florida
Watermelons which they
are recommending very
They would like to see all
old customers and many
new ones take advantage of
Sheppard & Burk
Phone 125 South Side Square
For The Complexion
we have everything worth keep
ing There are so many worth
less and even harmful prepara
tions on the market that it will
be well for you to buy where is
Reliable Toilet Goods
We invite you to pay us a visit
and inspect what we have
in that line. If you know the
best preparation , you'll recognize
J. G. HAEBERLE
W * WWU1"
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