Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, August 11, 1910, Image 1

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We do uot liautllL- doubtful grades of
Silverware. No profit iu them cither
for us or our customers.
We denirnd first of nil , before we con
sent even to CONSIDER Silverware ,
that it berr the stump of reputable
makers. That it be artistic In decign ,
nnd in every particular worth its price.
So you sec we offer you Silverware
No room to particularise Glad to do
that , though when you call.
Automobile and Buggy Collide.
Sunday night while Dr. Willis
Talbot and Aubrey Martin were
returning from a drive in the
doctor's automobile they struck
thebuggy beiue : driven by Mr.
J Stark as they were passing the
fair grounds east of town.
The accident occurred during ,
the storm and both Dr. Talbot
and Maar in say the head-lights
on tbe machine were lit but owing
to the intense light'of the light
ning they were blinded for the
lime being and could not distin
guish the rig'ahead of liem.
The buggy as completely de
molished where the automobile's
p ily signs ot the encounter are
\ vo broken front lamps and glas ?
' .eild. Mr.Stark received a few
s ratches and bruises but was
o iierwise uninjured.
Sunday School Picnic.
'V. picnic was held in VanniceV
ji ? ' /e on last Tuesday by the U
J { Sunday School. Thethildr-
ised themselves by swinging ,
pla ; no games etc. A ball game
li-iveeii the married men and
% n . - e men tesulted in a victory
f' " 'ie latter by a score of 4 to
3 Vll report a very pleasant
tun .
A New Paper.
'tur H. Barks publisher of
nsU'v Argosy has started a
per at Anslcy called tin
K ,
J -epublicHC in politics arrl
st. us ut with a good assortment
of news. He is a versatile
wr : . id will have no trouble to
so i i. both his papers with a
gin.ortment of news.
Dentil Calls J P Alauk.
Mr J. F. Mauk passed away
Saturday afternoon , lie had been
ill for some time and finally suc
cumbed to a complication of de-
The funeral service was con
ducted by Uev , Norwood at the
Baptist Church Monday morning.
A large crowd of friends and rel
atives congregated at the church
to pay their last respects to tire
Mr. Mauk was well known in.
this community He was born in/
Wurtrmburg Germany iu 1836 be
ing 74 years of age. He came-to
the United States in 1853 ami
was married to Catherine Shire-
man in 1857. To this union
were born seven children , four of
whom still live , William H. and
Frank , Mrs. Chas. Wright and
Mrs. Kate Burdick. The mother
of these children departed this
life in 1885
In 1893 Mr. Mauk was united
in marriage with Mrs. Mary Hick
inbottom who survive him.
He served during the civil war
in the third Pennsylvania Artill-
arv. Mr. Mauk was a faithful
Christian and of late years a mem
ber of the Methodist 'church.
Mrs. W. E. Morrison accom
panied by her son Cecil and
daughter Carol went to Ausehno
Tuesday to visit over Sunday
with her uncle , Eaos Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noble
have a nine pound baby girl at
their home * which arrived last
Wednesday. 'Both mother and
daughter are doing nicely.
W. H , O'Rorke dealer , in flour
and all kind m feed. Let me buy
your cream for cash. Come and Frst door west of Cou-
rads automobile garage.
Miss Edna Wright has resign-
on her position as operator at the
telephone office and Miss Delia
Arnold will take her place at the
Mr. and Mrs. Hagerdorn and
children returned Monday morn
ing from Milburn where they
have been visiting Sirs. Hagei-
dorn's parents. /
Mr. Mrs. C. B. Mallory and
children of Auscltno were in the
city Monday on business. They
left one of their children at the
Wilson Sanitoriutu for treatuent.
Mr. F. J. Austin "who has been
attending the Saint Louis Medi-
vftl School , arrived in this city
Monrfay for a visit with his pare -
e nts.
Mrs. M. F. Very of Callaway
arrived Monday evening , spend
ing the night and Tuesday with
her daughter , Mrs. O. W. Barn
ard. She departed Tuesday
evening lor St. Joe , Mo. , to at
te-id the fall opening of the
wiolcsale millinery houses.
f it is in ie feery Lin
The best Flour.
English and Holland Wafers.
The Advo , Holiday J. M. and
Nebra brands of cannded goods
Barrington Hall , Vigora , Ak-
Sar-Ben , Blue Ribbon , Ali-Ha-
Mo , J. M. 1846 , Crown and
Breakfast Delight Coffees.
THE GROCER Phone 180
De Laval Separators Cream Station
Bound Over to District Court.
In the preliminary trial of Eurl
Booth before Judge Ilolcomb
Monday on the charge of parent
age of the child of Goldie Luther ,
who is but sixteen years old.
wa bound'over in the sum of
$500 f < r hin appearance at the
district , coutt. The young man
was located ut Gillctt , Wyoming
where he was brought back to
answer the charge brought
against him.
I Berwyn Organizes M B A. lodge
Tuesday night , district deputy
W. II. Holmes organized an M.
B. A. lodge at Berwyn with 42
charter members. Members
from Broken Bow lodge assisted
in the initation of the new mem
bers , after the work was complet
ed icecream and cake was served.
The Berwyn lodge starts off with
aright prospects for the future.
The meeting was held in the
new Taylor hall another meeting
will be held there again Wcdues *
lay night of next week to com
plete the orgahiaatiou.
Mrs ; C. O. O'Banion and chil
dren of Chadrou arrived in the
city Saturday evening to visit ,
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
The Right Rev. A. R. Graves
Kearney delivred the morning
address and admiuisterded the
Holy Communion Sunday at the
Episcopal church.
Silent as the desert uigfct ,
beautiful as the Cases , swift as
the carrier pigeon aud sure as
fate The White Steamer. Ream
Bros. > . *
Major C. E. Ellison's da'ugh-
tera of Ansley furnished the vo-
d music at the old settlers
meeting held in this ctiy last
„ Coming for Saturday's Special
Sale a big lot of enameled ware.
Some astonishing bargains at
Stiong's Variety Store. Come
and sec.
Misses Sarah ami Esther Ed
munds received a visit Tuesday
from their father and mother ,
.Mr. and Mrs. William Edmunds ,
aud brother Lewis of Merna.
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J. II. H. Cross snd wife of
Ansley were among the visitors
in Broken Bow last week that
were numbered among the pioneers
neers on old settlers day.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lucke left
Monday morning for Cortland in
answer to a telephone message
saying his father had passed
away at that at seven
Frank Shaffer Killtil at Callaway.
Frank Saffer the head miller at
the Callawav Roller Mills met
his death Tuesday evening by
being electrochtcd at the mill
where he works.
Mr. Shaffer had gone into
the power room of the plant on
an errand when the accident
which deprived him ot his life
oceurcd. While there his halid
came in contact with one of the
live wires connected to the motor.
He lived a few minutes after the
shock but when-aid arrived he
had passed away.
Mr. Shaffer who was about 25
years of age was a hard working
and conscientious young man and
but recently been promoted to
the position he held a"tthe time
of his death , that of head miller ,
for his faithful'performance of
his work.
His father and mother live
near Kearney as do also two of
his brothers and three of his
sisters. One of his brothers
lives in Iowa and one of his sis
ters who is married lives in Call -
l way. He had been married
but a short time and leaves a
a young wife to mourn his loss.
Mrs. A. M. and C. A. Snyder
and Mrs. J. M. Kiuibcrling re
turned Tuesday evening from
Lincoln where they have been
attending the Epworth League
S. P. Great and daughter went
to Burlington Tuesday evening to
purchase some new furniture.
On their , return they intend to
stop onufti Omaha arid will return
home the forepart of next week
Miss Alice Mytton has , accept
ed a position to teach at the
Dunlap school district No 98.
The school is open 7 months and
the salary attached is 50 dollars
a month.
Anyone , anywhere , can start
a mail order business at home.
No canvassing. Be your own
boss. Send for free booklet.
Tells how. Heacock , A4582 ,
Lockport , N. Y. 45-tf
Mrl P. A. Reed of Kearney has
taken charge of the Singer Sew
ing Machine Go's business in the
Broken Bow territory. All col
lections may be forwarded to him
at Broken Bow.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Morrison
formerly of Broken Bow , who
have ben living in Alliance for
sometime past have sold their
property at Alliance and will
move to the Pacific Coast to
make their home in the near
Ubby's Veal J.onf Extrn fine
Cooked Cc rn Deef 150 per Ib.
J5c per can.
lobby's Prime Ronst Reef 200.
Rev Potted Ham 50 and jcc cans
Herring in Tomato Sancc 250 v Salmon , fancy and red 2oc and
Mustard Sardines roc 3 for 250 250 per can.
or 150 and 2 for 250. Stnr Lobster aoc and 300 per can
Ile'n/ Sweet Midget Gherkins Split Dill Pickles in quart bottles
35C per bottle.
tles 25c each.
Sweet Gherkins new and fine only
25C per quart. ' ' Tickles in bulk.
Call on us for all kinds of Bakery Goods.
Ice For Sale in Small Quantities at
The Eagle Grocery Store.
The Square Donl Store Phone 58
Special Report.
South Omaha , Nebr. . Aug. 11.
Cattle : Receipts fairly heavy
this week , 18,000 for days but a
good strong market for both
feeders and beef. Top corn
cattle $7.65 for 1492 Ibs , medium
beeves selling better at $6.00 to
$6. < JO and short fed warmed up
steers 14 75 to 55 73 ; top grass
beef ? ( > 00 Numerous sales of
Feeders at $5.00 to $5 65 for 1000
to 1200 Ibs. and plain substantial
steers $4 25 to $4.90. Westerns
are carrying good llcsh. Best
grass cows $4.,00 to $4 50 ; spayed
heifers more Fair to good cows
$3.25 to 53 ( JO ; canners $2 SO to
S3.00 ; thin wet cows that have
suckled calves $2 85 to 13.10.
Supplies of calves large. Heavy
stock # 3 00 to $4 50 and $5 00 to
$6 00 lor light veal. Look' for a
steady market even with a con
tinued Heavy run.
Hogs : 21,500 for 3 days this
week. Market strong , bulk $7 60
to S8.00 , topSS 40 , being a little
higher than a week ago when
prices ranged from § 7.50 to $8 00
and top $8 15. The provision
market seems steady and with
ight receipts for balance of this
week but little change should
Sheep : 42,000 for 3 days with
more than half Feeders. They
show no change ; prices are firm ,
while killers are 10 to 20 lower.
Prospects point to nothing new
for balance of the week.
Yours very truly ,
National Live Stock Com , Co. '
< Sac ( ( Fair Hems.
Tlie entries , for races of the
State Fair , Sept. 5th to 9th , will
close next Monday. August 15th ,
and are as follows : Trotting
2:25 : , 2:20 : , 2:15 : and 2:10 : , and
pacing 2:2C : , 2:17,2:09 : : and 2:04. :
JEach being for a purse of $6UO
with a five per cent entry. At
the same time closes the Nebras
ka derby of 1 1-16 miles which
will be ran on Tuesday on the
fair , and the ten mile relay race
two miles each day changing
mounts at the end of each half
mile. These together with the
six early closing races , four of
which are for 5 > 1,000 each , and
nine running races , constitute
the best list of races ever offered
on a Nebraska course , and taken
with Wright Bros. Aeroplanes to
make flights each day of the fair ,
together with other usual fea
tures , should furnish a very at
tractive program for fair visitor3 ,
Bonds Carry.
The bonds for both the new
City Hall and the extension of ' ;
the city water works carried by ' 4
an overwhelming majority in |
the election held Tuesday. |
The total vote cast for the city
hall bonds was 312 of which 261 ]
were for aud 51 against. The jj
total vote for the water bonds / ;
was 312 of which 261 were for
aud 51 against.
In the first ward ; 99 voted for
city hall bonds and 18 against ,
for water bonds 102 for and 19
against. In the second ward 79
were tor the city hall bonds and
9 against , and for water bonds 74
for and 12 against. In the third
ward 62 voted for the city hall
bonds and 13 against and the
water works bonds polled 58 for
and 15 against. In the fourth
ward the city hall bonds carried
21 for and 11 against and the
water bonds carried 17 for and
5 against.
Two of the petitions for county
division have been filed Callaway
from the southwest and Sargent
from the northeast.
You know a good thing when
you see it. Better look at the
bargains at , , Strong's Variety
Elmer and Bculah Willis attended -
tended a party at Elk Creek Mon
day evening returning Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. D. F Arnold left
yesterday morning for Concordia ,
Kansas , for a visit with rela-
lives. .
Invitations arc oujyipnpuncing ,
the weeding of Miss Edna Hol-
coinb and Mr. Sydney Parkinson
the seventeenth of this month.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Derris and
children spent Sunday at the
home of W. G. Wallace near Ber
Helen Ilolcomb who has been
visiting her cousin Carl Holcomb
northeast of town returned home
last Saturday.
Dr. Morrison of Bradshaw , ar
rived in the city on 39 Monday ,
evening and was at once driven
to the home of P. W. Hough
near Callaway , where he was
called by the serious illness of
Mr. Hough.
At an informal reception held
iit the home * of J : C. Bowen ,
Tuesday evening the announce
ment of the wedding of Miss
Adah Dell Bowen to Mr. Charles
W. Cole was made known. The
wedding will take place the 24th
ol this month.
fJjvliU'V ! ' J"tl'-J'J '
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Golden Oranfloado 35c Per Gallon.
Pure and Healthy Food Products
A Few Warm Weather Suggestions.
V sweet anil sour I'lckles per dnz . . . IOc
f , Dottle I'ickles each 35c
liottlc Ollvus each loc. ISc. : tfc anil r.c
Stuffed Olives each 33c
Ulpe Olives eaqh 3Uc
VanC < nnii's l > on < anil I'eans IU. ISt 20c
Vivncamp1 ! I'icp.ired Sp.iKl"-t"
3 for. . 25c
Kamo Salmon Lunch size . . . 15c
I'ottt'il Olilcken 2i1c
Potted Ham Be and I5c
* Cove oysters IOc and SOc
) Summer Sausage per pound 3Jc
tiicL-il Ham per pound
\ iturlln Special . ' - ° c
naked Veal Loaf per pound . 2Jc
< j
Maple Sugar Butter . 30c
Kanio 1'resurvcs . soc
Ilulna Preserves . 2Se
Helms Apple IJutter . 4c
Kent , f resli crisp crackers nothing
better. packages 5c , H-c. 15cand..S5c
C.raliam waferb per box . lUc
Oatuical Wafers per l > ox . , . iOc
Afternoon Tea iiiscult per box . I0c
Pcrfetto Sugar Wafers per box
IOc and . 23c
Veronl < iue per box IOc and . U5c
I'llllopilKl . L'5C
Clover Leaf sugar Wafers per
Cookies per pound j5c and..20c
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Arrive Daily
Leave Your Orders With Us.