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YOL. XXIX BROKEN BOW , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 25 , 1910 NO. 12 ,
Remern r 4 , 15 , 16
n value giving position
ot this jewelry store
which makes it n fav-
ptite among keen buy
[ of our kind should not
be judged by price n-
lone. Its what you
get for your money
rather than the sum
you pay that deter-
iniiies real value.
You'll find our jew-
[ elery will measure up
to the highest stand
ard in this respect.
U. S. LAND OFFICE NOTES
Broken Bow , Ncbr.
Etnma A. Klase of Reynolds ,
Nebr. , was in the city Thursday
of last week and filed on a section
homestead near Whitman.
W. W. Wilson of Endicott ,
Nebr. was in the city last Thurs-
cluy-and filed'oh ' section home
Herman C. Lorgy of Mullen
vvis in the city last Friday and
tn .le a second homestead entry.
Charles W. Huffman of Broken
I ! > v made a homestead entry last
J.jbn Thanel of Callaway was
am tig-the number that filed on
to : ton homestead last Friday.
I Iinch T. Richer of Seneca
w-.s ia the city Tuesday to file
o-i , i section homestead.
Al'zt T. Nutter of Thedford
\va > > i : the city Tuesday making
fi ij. ' proof on her homestead
tsue > : Helm , James Sanderson
ar. < ) L D. Evans of Seneca were
h r wrnesess ,
Ku1. ' . . Kildow of Seneca was in
the city Tuesday to file on a
h : n .s'uad.
\ \ . : [ . Mowery of Thedford
w.i < 5 do vi Tuesday looking up
gov"in : nt land in his locality.
V > * IJ. O'Rorke dealer in Hour
an 1 a ! ) hinds of feed. Let me
buj v ur cream for cash. Come
ao < J MI ie. ; First door west of
Co'ir.ds utcmobile garage.
The Luster Baptist Association.
Rev. A , T. Norwood , J. D.
TaylajjC. T. Wright and daugh
ter Pearl , Esther Edmunds , Mr.
and Mrs D. M , Atusberry , of
Broken Bow and Mrs. Chas.
Heaps of Bethel Union went to
Arnold last Friday as delegates
to the Custer Baptist association *
held there August 19 20 and 21.
The attendance from most of
the other churches in the asso
ciation was good. The sessions
were well attended and splendid
time was had by all.
The General Missionary Wilson
Mills of Omaha , Dr. A. L. Garrison
risen , vice president of Gra.nd
Island College and Mrs. A. W.
Clark of Omaha were present and
added much to the interest of the
The entertainment furnished
by the Arnold church was excell
ent , everybody being highly
pleased with their hospitality. v
The association will be held
next yeer at Broken Bow. The
old officers were re-elected. Rev.
Norwood of Broken Bow , Rev.
W. L. Gaston of Anselmo and
Rev. W. H. Hoge of Arnold were
elected missionary committee for
the ensuing vear. Rev. W. L.
Gaston was elected delegate to
the State Convention.
Mrs. Joseph 11 , Hayes of Brok
en Bow passed from this life on
Wednesday morning August 17
at thn home of her daughter Mrs.
W. E. Owen.
Mrs. Hayes was bomi in Noda-
way county Missouri in 1852.
In 1S7L she was united in mar
riage to Joseph R , Hayes. To
this union was born six children
wee still survive her.
Mrs. Hayes and family moved
to Custer count in 1885. At the
age of seventeen she joined the
Christian church after which she
joined the Bastist church and re
mained a ceristian until her death
Joseph K. Hayes tliea .august
Mrs. Hayes leaves to mourn
her loss an aged mother , Mrs. P.
Jvelly , four brothers , Jacob
GeorgeCarnbcl Linvill , and Chal-
es Kellcy. Two sisters Mrs Min
erva Coen and Mrs. G. W. Coen
and six children , Mrs. Sarah A ,
Wiggins , Isaac John , Charles ,
Mrs. W. E. Owens and Fsed
P. C. Erickson of Brcwster
was a city visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Richardson of
Auseltno were Broken Bow
f if is in tiie Grocery
# " >
The Best Flour.
English and Holland Wafers.
The Advo , Holiday , JVM. and
Nebra brands of eannded goods
Harrington Hall , Yigora , Ak-
Sar-Ben , Blue Kibfron , Ah-Ha-
Mo , J. M. 1846 , Crown and
1'reakfast Delight Coffees ,
Ph.re i' ! THE GROCER one 180
fj.X Laval Separators
Aliss Adah Dell liowcn and Mr. Charles
W. Cole United in
At the Episcopal church Wed
nesday evening occurred the wed
ding of Miss Adah Bpwen to Mr.
Chas , Cole by Bishop Graves of
Kearney. The church was taste
fully decorated throughout with
the north and south ends of ihe
channel screened by banked ferns
palms and potted plants , and the
alter and organ with cut flowers.
Two streamers of tulle were
strung down the aisle from llu-
vestry room to the channel. Tin *
church was crowded with the im
mediate family and close ffiends.
Promptly at eight o'clock the
bridal party moved down the
aisle to the strains of the .Men-
) . - . , ihn Wedding March played
by Miss Louise Ledwich.
The two ushers lead in ful1
evening attire followed by tin-
brides maid , Miss Nell Gutterson
was dressed in pink satin with a
picture hat of white Irish lace
trimmed with pink and touches
or black velvet.
The two flower girls Alice and
Josephine Purcell came ncx :
carrying baskets from which the }
scattered roses in the path of the
bride who followed them upon
her father's arm.
- The bride was dressed1 'in " 'a
whith brocaded satin with pearl
trimming made with a long train
and wore a tulle veil thrown back
from her face and held in place
with a sprig of orange blossoms.
She carried a shower bouquet oJ
brides roses and lillies of the val
ley and wore a beautiful bracelet
the gift of the groom.
When the procession was in
front of the chancel steps the at
tendants separated forming two
lines before the bishop and the
groom with the best man , Claude
Currie , stepped forward from be
hind the screen and met the bride
at the alter steps.
After the ceremony was con
cluded and the bride and groom
had knelt for the benediction the
newly married couple lert the pro
cession up the aisle while Miss
Ledwich played the Lohengrin
Wedding March. '
At nine o'clock the reception
was held at the home of the
The house was decorated with
cut flowers and the broad piaHBa
was decorated with flowers and
lighted with Chinese lanterns.
The guests were introduced to
the receiving line , the bride
groom and parents , by Miss Gut
During the cvoniug a delightful
program was rendered which con
Violin Solo. . . . Mr ? . Geo. Russom
Mrs. F. E. Taylor
Piano Solo Miss Ella Mair
Vocal Solo. . . . Miss Edith Fodgc
Piano Solo Miss Louise Ledwich
Trie Violin Accompaniment
Mrs. Siuckey , Mrs. Gutterson
and Mrs. Taylor.
During the evening punch was
seryed. Miss Edith Fodge pre
siding at the punch bowl. The
refreshments were served by Mrs.
Leonard and the Mazuma Girls
and cousitted of pink and white
ice cream and fancy cakes.
The gifts were displayded in
an upper room and included an
enormous assortment of silver
ware , cut glass , brassis , very
beautiful fabrics , picture , books
and linens and a deed to their
now home the gift of the brides
Mrs. Adah Cole is the only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs , J. C.
' Owen and has lived in Broken
How from Infancy. She U very
ambitious and accomplished
young lady being a beautiful
singer and an exceptionally fine
player. She graduated from the
Broken Bow high school after
which she spent sonic time at
Doaue College and then went to
the Conservatory of Music and
it was at this place she first met
Mr. Cole is a graduate of the
Boston Conservatory ami was one
of the assistant instructors before
he left for the west. Mr. Cole
is a man of very fine presence and
while he has been here but a
short time has already won a
host" of friends
> Ir. and Mrs. Cole will con
tinue to make this their home
and arc planning on opening a
Conservatory of Musicthis fall.
W. A. George for Slate Treasurer.
W. A. George of Broken Bow
received the nomination for
State Treasurer on the republi
can ticket over his competitor by
This will give him a fine start
in the campaign for the general
election. His election is now a
AUricli and Dalilinari Win.
In the late primary clecetion
C. H. Aldrich received the
majority vote for governor on
the republican ticket by nearly
four thousand votes over A. E
Cady and James Dahlnian demo
crat candidate has won over his
competitor Gov. A. C. Shallen-
bargeron the face of the returns
estimated from 70 to 250 majority.
Governor Shallenb&rger is not
satisfied with the vote as report
ed and has instutcd recount pro
ceedings in thirteen counties in
the slate. The final outcome
will be watched with interest.
The contest between J. R. Dean
and W. J. Taylor Demo. Pop.
candidates for Congress in the
Sixth district has not been yet
Congressman Kiukaid won
over Beeman as republican can
didate about three to one. We
are unable to give the official
count of the district.
W. B. Eastham democrate can
didate for commissioner of public
land and buildings won out over
his competitors for the nomina
tion with a large margin in his
Two hundred harness horses
are named to appear in the races
at the State Fair Sept. 5th , to
9th , and the program annouced
excels any race meet heretofor
held in Nebraska. The ten mile
running relav race , two miles
each day , will give added interest
in that it takes the full five days
to complete. The Wright Bros. '
three aeroplanes are promiced to
make four flights eaah day. ,
The greatLombardo Symphony
Band ot 44 pieces and Grand
Orera Cpucert Company of 24
vocalists will give four concerts
each day. The great Patterson
Shows and Vaudeville attractions
will please the pleasure loving
public. Twenty-two counties
have entered agricultural
exhibits , more entries in the
horse , cattle and sheep department -
ment than ever before and about
.the number of swine. Season
admission tickets at $2 each are
placed on sale for the first time ,
Let's all go , it's too good to miss ,
South Omaha , Ncbr. , Aug. 24.
Cattle : 23,000 for week , prices
lOc higher each day. Corn fed
steers scarce , top $8.00 for 1518
Ibs. ; good grades $7.00 to * 7. ( > 0 ;
medium stronger at ? 6 25 to $7.00 ;
common between $5.00 and $ 6.00 ;
top grass steers $6.50 for 1478 Ibs. ,
others $5.90 to 56.05 for 1275 Ibs ,
Ordinary steers of 1050 to 1200
Ibs. , $5.25 to $6.00 ; medium
quality $4.50 to $5.25 with but
lew sales of common below * 4.00.
Feeders stronger than ever.
$6,00 paid for top 1250 lb. , steers ;
real good 1200 Ibs , plotitiiul at
$5.25 to $5 60 ; medium weights
$4.25 to $5 25 ; slock heifers $3.00
to $3.75 and wet cows f3 35.
Cows and Ilcifcrs : Best grass
heifers $4.25 to $4. JO ; best cows
S3.90 to $440 ; medium grades
# 3.25 to $385 ; only thin stock
soiling down to $275 ; calves-
strong at $4.00 to * 6.50 and bulls
unchanged at $3.25 to $3.90.
Hogs : Receipts light , 16,000
for week. Market stronger each
day. Bulk today $8.50 to $8.80 ,
top $9.05. Recent advance looks
looks" sufficient and some week-
ness may develop but the number
on sale will bavc considerable
Sheep : S3,000 for week ,
strong daily with sonic sales 10
to 20c lower. Demand for mutton
keen and feeders excellent.
Fleshy lambs are going back as
feeders at $6.35 to $6,50 , practi
cally killers' prices. Fat and
feeders yearling $5.15 to $5.40 ,
both classes wethers $4.10 to
$4.30 ; fat ewes $4.10 ; feeders
$3.35 to $3 50. Look for heavy
receipts next week and possibly
some lower levels ,
Yours very truly ,
National Live Stock Com , , Co ,
The fire department made a
quick run Tuesday evening- the
home of A. E. An4erson on the
north side. Mrs. Anderson had
just starled the gasoline stove
when it suddenly exploded. The
stove was thrown out and no
other damage was done. The
depart uient apparatus was not
F. A. Miller of Omaha made
the RKPUHIJCAN office friendly
call this morning. They came
up Sunday to attend the Cole-
Bowen wedding last night , Mr.
Miller former ! was a typo in this
office. lie informs us that he is
now a traveling salesman and is
making good money.
A New Store for Broken Dow.
Raphael , Prcd Co. wholesale
and General merchandise dealers
of Omaha have secured a five
year lease on the Moisc building
just cast of Anderson's Jewelery
store which they are having re
modeled and put in shape for a
stock of merchandise with which
to occupy as soon as the building
cau be put in shape.
B , Prcdmestky secretary and
treasurer of the company was in
the city the first of the week and
arranged with Ketn Wahl to do
the necessary repairing on the
Mr. Predmestky informs us
that he will put in a new up to
date front and will remodel the
interior in order to provide
room for the large stock of mer-
chancisc that can be carried.
The members of the comoany
are not strangers to Broken Bow
and community. They conduct
ed mercantile business of cloth
ing and frabrics for several
months n Broken Bow last
spring under the name of the
New Y6rk Store and proved their
ability to do business by liberal
advertising of special bargains.
O. G , Ross , who was manager
of the business here will again ,
have charge of the new stock.
In speaking of Broken Bow as a
business point Mr. Ross said
when they closed out their stock
in July that in the twelve years
that he had been associated with
the company that he had never
sold as many goods in the same
length of time in any of the
towns in which the company did
business as he sold in Broken Bow-
Omaha not excepted. The genial
and pleasant way he treated his
customers made friends of all he
met and his return will be wel
comed by his customers of Brok
en Bow and vicinity.
Miss Elixebeth Mathews of
Arnold was visiting Miss Nella
Holcornb last Friday and Satur
day and also taking the teachers
George T. Davis of Yucahill
was in the city yesterday , wit
ness for Miss Lena Wood in her
Thomas R. Runyan and George
N. Thompson of Dunning were
in the city today making proof
on their homesteads. George
Yutavcrn was their witness.
Ravenna Brands : Peerless High Patent $1.70 per sack
Tip Top 2nd Grade $1.60 per sack.
Broken Bow Brands : Cream High Patent $1.60 per sack.
Myrtle and Grade $1.55 Per sack.
Cnllaway Brand : High patent $1.70 per sack.
5 cinls per hundred off on 300 pound lots. 10 cents per hundred off on
500 pound lots.
Ilein/'s Pure Cider Vinegar fine for pickling 400 per gallon.
IIeui7.'s White Pickling 350 per jug.
Ilein/ Malt Vinegar in bottles 300 each.
Good Cereal Vinegar 350 per gallon.
Cereal White Wine Vinegar 400 per gallon.
Call on us for all kinds of Bakery Gopas ;
WE BUY. TEST and PAY SPOT CASITfor CREAM.
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Ice For Sale in Small Quantities at
The Eagle Grocery Store.
The Square Deal Store Phone 58
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