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VOL. XXFX IIUOKKX HOW , CUST15U COUNTY , XKIJUASlvA , THURSDAY , NOVKMItlOlt 10 , Witt. NO , aa
Copy.IsM iy > < i , by C. K. Zimmerman Co. No. IS
Thesef orimmonts onlmnco femi
nine grace and beauty , and accentu
ate the seductive lines of the neck
and gives poise to the head. Real-
I/ing this fact , we have bought a
splendid quantity , containing many
beautifully designed pieces. Come
in and try them on. You will ap
preciate both the goods and the
STATK MLKCTIOX HHTUJIXS lUA'.i
It is Believed State llepubllciur
Ao usual election returns for Ne
braska are slow in getting In and
estimates only can be made from returns -
/ turns now in. It is believed however
that the state ticket is elected with
the exception of U. S. Senator. Some
of the localities that wore expected
to pile up a huge majority for Dahl
man fell short of their expectations.
Hall county fell down far below
what was expected , Box Butte coun
ty which had been slated for Dahl-
"nian gave a majority for Aldrioji
according to meager reports receiv
One bulletin gives the following ,
"Aldrich elected by five to ten thous
and , Hitchcock twenty- five thous
A heavy vote was cast .throughput
the state , all available energy was |
put forth to poll a full vote for all
parties. Never in the history of
Nebraska were the results so un
certain. People who here-to-foro
wcer never known to interest themselves - ! |
selves in political matters were hard I !
at work to further the Interests of
a-'bctter Nebraska. A record seema
to have been made in establishing
the lact that "Cleanliness is next
to Godliness" and that this rule
must apply to the politics of our
state. While positive figures are
not available at this time it Is
thought that the above figures on
governor are safe and hopes are
, entertained that even a larger majority
jority will bo found when all return
Marrled At the Methodist parson
age , Sunday Nov. G , Mr. Lee I.
Glidcwell of Berwyn , Nebr. , to Miss
Inn. Loralne Ilatflold of Anslcy , Neb.
They wore accompanied by Mr. Wm.
Ilatfield ot 'Ansley and Miss May
Crow of Berwyn.
Below wo give the vote on all
candidates votetlon last Tuesday at
the two voting precincts in Broken
Bow. The county board will bo re
publican. Next wcok wo will give
the vote of Custcr Bounty in full.
As wo go to press the returns are
not all in and wo do not care to
publish a long list of incomplete
llgurcs , belio\lng a weeks delay and
a correct statement will bo moro
Proposed Constitutional Amcnd-
mont.north side for 115 , against 40.
South side for 2C8 , against (55. (
North Side South Side
Burkott 149 242 ,
Hitchcock % 128 21/
Aldrich 2115 330
Dahlman G3 - 13G
Ilopowell 105 211
Clarlf . S3' ' 1G3
Walt ' . 2G3
Pool 10G 177
Barton ' 1G7 282
Hewitt - . 101 . - 1G3
Gcorgo - 214 388
Hall 59 G8
Crabtree ' ' ICG 281
Jackson 95 158
Martin 159 271
Whitney 'G5 122
Cowles li0 ! 218
13astham 151 240
Clark . 151 v 270
Hayden 181 1GG
Morlensen 154 27G
Klnkald 110 " " 183
Taylor / 171 289
Fries 128" 231
Ollls ' " 103 182
Moody 9i 133
Rice ' 109 190
Gaudy 137 245
Jeffords l'3G 210
Painter * 55 123
Gadd ' 133- 259
Beal ' - 151 237
Orr ' / . .139 21G
County Division is probably de-
fqatcd by 1400 in the county. Beal
will be our next"pounty attorney
Looks like Gandy and Moody
would be representatives. Ben Mor
ris wiU'bci ifouilty commissioner fron
iho seventh .mpcrvlsor district.
Woodruff from the lifth and Burn-
ham from the iirst. Wo expect to
iffvu SfP'eoirtuldnj-'tffljlo'.it.r. tho-Voto
F. M. Currio who is In Mfexico
looking alter his mining Interest reports -
ports llatterlng prospects.
OXIA A DIME ?
See Strong's ad in this issue. The
Vaiicty Store is tlje place where
yon always get bargains.
1) ) . A. Darrow , formerly publisher
of the Mason City Star , more re
cently of Lincoln , has become asso
ciated with the Custcr County Re
publican au , assistant editor and bus !
Mr. Darrow is a man of varied
experience in public life and valu
able acquisition to the business in
terests of HrokenBow. .
Any favors extended him in his
line of work will bo appreciated by
us. Respectfully ,
D. M. Amsborry ,
My ! Bat pancakes do taste good these fall morn
ings when the frost is on the pumpkins and tha fodddr
is in the shock. Try some of our brands.
Wright's Pure Buckwheat 10 pound sacks only uOc.
Standard Sjlfrising Pancake Flour 5 pound sacks 25c.
Forest City Pancake Flour lOc per packager
ALSO OUR SYRUPS
Mistletoe Maple Syrup 1 gallon cans $1.40 i gallon
cans 75c quart cans 40c.
Old Colony Maple Syrup 25c per pint.
Blue Ribbon Syruy GOc per gallon.
Kamo Corn Syrup 50c per gallon.
THESE ARE OUR BEST.
WE BUY , TEST and PAY SPOT CASH for CREAM.
We Handle all Kinds of Feed
The Eagle Grocery Store.
The Square Don ! Store Phone 58
TF IM'UnijUUN STATK TirKKT
KljUrTKI ) HY ( JO01)
The Dtmioc'rtffi i li ot a Majority ol'
The N'c.v ' _ ' ufj
H.V ti. )
Three Hi'publk'iin Congressmen
Elected in Xoliraska
Klnkald , Xorris
Custer County Elects Meal , Dctn. ,
for County Attorney and
Tesse CJnndy , Dem. . r
for State Legls-
HUKKKTT DIOKKATRI ) FOP. U. . S
S10XATM 1Y HITCHCOCK.
Tie ) splendid vote given Chester
II. . 'Idiich , rep. , candidate for gov
ernor specks well for the moral
sense of the voters of Nebraska.
That Nebraska can still bo count
ed in the republican column is
vouched safe by the splendid ma
jorities given the entire republican
The democrats have elected a
majority of next congress by twenty
nine. Nebraska elected three of
the six congressmen liom the state
They arc Ironi the Fourth district ,
Chas. II. Sloon ; Fifth , Gco. W. Norris -
ris ; Sixth , Moses P. Kinkaid.
In Ouster CountyT C. W. Real ,
clem. , was elected Counly Attorney
by a majority of 400 or , 500. From
present Indications Jesse flandy ,
dem.and O. IT. Moody , rep. , are c-
lectcd to the legislature.
The election of State Senator Is
still in doubt with Fries , rep. , in
tiie lead ii this county.
The County bo.ird Is republican
by one majority , Anderson of Brok
en now. , Burnluun of Westorvlllo. ,
Woodruff of Galloway. , are elected
in their respective districts. Hen
Morrls.dem. , is le-elccted in his
district. The hold over members
are Dewcn , rep. , Foley , dem. , Head-
-Mf . "
16y , dom. The dmaha Iloo sayn ,
. Chester II. Aldrich of David City
itaa boon elected govcrno of Nob-
rnska by the largest off-year plur-
alllty given In Nebraska in many
< Hls purality over Dahlman will
not bo loss than 25,000 , and may
iJftssibly go to 30,000. The last
off-year election In Nobrnnku. wan
\\fon by Sheldon in 1900 , when bin
lUtrallty over Shallonberger was a
tie more than 12,000.
lleturns so far compiled Indicate
at the cntho republican Btato
fckot has been elected , and that
ssrs. llopewell for nontenant gov-
ic r , Walter A. George for state
tfuuburor , Silas R. Barton for au-
ijitor , Addison Walt for'BO -
stale , 13. 11. Cowles for commL.-
fiioncr of public lands and buildings ,
Grant Martin for attorney general ,
.mines W. Crnblico for superinten
dent of public instructions and
Henry T. Clarke , jr. , for railway
commissioner , have been given hand
Vote on Senator.
, the preferential tc'for U. S.
Uenator Gilbert M. Hitchcock has
defeated senator lOlmor .1. Burkott
by a majority in the neighborhood
of 15,000. Hitchcock- carried Douglass
lass county by upwards of 9,000 ,
% 'hllo Burkott was given only 822 i
fnajorlty in Lancaster.
The total vote is light , and on
foveinor will hardly run above 230 ,
000. With two-thirds of this vote
tubulated , including Douglass county' '
s ul not Including Lancaster , where
the returns are not yet complete ,
Aldrich has u lead over Dahlirian
of 20,000. The precincts of Lan
caster county reported give Aldrich
2,200. The vote still to bo tabu
lated will surely incicase the lead
* Legislative returns are still in
complete , but it looks as if both
houses will bo democratic.
To The Public :
I thank you for your support and
kind consideration. I have tried to
. & my duty. . 1 have no excuses to
make. I still Insist that tiTo only
place suitable of a Rum Joint is
in the middle of I loll and I have
no particular grudge at His Satanic
Majisty , the ruler of that domain.
My friends ! I thank you from the
bottom of my heart. Let mo as
sure you I will strive to live right.
Sincciity of purpose in man , Is for
that Being whoso law is perfect ,
'and ' whose Judgement does not err ,
N. T. GADD.
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PHONES 5 & 348
Large Luscious Cape Cod Crinber- Smyrna Figs , very fancy , 2oc a lb
lies - 2 qutirts for 21 cents
Fancy large Malaga Grapes per
Fancy Custer County Honey sell pound . . . 2oc
ing at 2oc a frame
lireiiuor Fruit Cake , best made Vosteza'Currants , extra fancy pir
3oc pur pound package . . . ice
Sealshipt , solid pack , Blue Point Oysters , fiOc qt.
Fancy Jumbo , well bleached celery , at lOe a bunch
4 I Fnucy new Persian Dates loc lb. Dill pickles , extra fancy , 150 dox.
. Kxtra fancy Plum Pudding at per Duch Rusk , fine eating per package
can - - 352 age . . . IOC
< ; Red Jacket Sweet.Cider purest and '
* , dest made - 400 per gal. Velvet candy , 10-15 aud 25 cents
} ' pur package , fine ealing
New Navel.Orangcs'all sizes
\ Glaced Citron , Orange and Kxlra fancy Head Lettuce per
* Peel Ig 10 pack bunch jc
t All goods sold by in are Pure and protected
\ by the National and State Pure Food Laws.
* PUUE OLD CIDER YINEQAII
PHONES 5 and 348
li. \VKKJUT DI-JA1)
Dorr lli'ffclmnn , A cil 72 , Hits-
After Illness of
Dorr lloffolman , agud 72 years , a
rot hod banker and bnslnoia man ,
died yesterday at the homo of .his
dauglmSf : and son-in-law , Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy A' Wright. 3370 U St.
Mr. lloffolman had been"ill for sev
eral months with kidney complaint
complicated by heart trouble , but
not until recently did hlH condition
boc&nu ) sorlouH.
The decendent was a great grand
turn of Dr. Arnold lloovolnmnn , a
native of Prussia , wlio eamo to A-
merlca with ( Jenoral Lafayette , in
vhose army ho nerved a a surgeon
during the UovolutloniiVy war , aflor-
wnrds settling in Poltsgrovo , near
Phlladolphlu. Arnold Iloovolmann's
dcsrondantB , when they emigrated
to the west , principally to Ohio and
Iowa , changed the spelling of the
Dorr Hoffelmuu was born In Iowa ,
and Inhls young manhood engaged
in the banking business in that
state , continuing In the name line
of business for a quarter of a con-
tuary In Nebraska.
1 llo leaves alfo , Sarh ft. Iloffel-
man , a daughter , ' Mrs. T.oroy A.
Wright , and a son , Paul lloffolman.
Senator Wright , hlH son-in-law ,
had been called east by urgent legal
business only the night before Mr.
lloffclman's death , taking the train
Tuesday night , and It was after his
departure that Mr. Hoffelman seem
ed to sink rapidly , death occurlng
The filnoial will bo private , as
Mrs. Ilcffolman Is nearly prostrated
by her long vigil at his bcd sldo.
San Diego ( Calif. ) Union , Nov. 3 ,
The above obituary , which wo rd-
cord through the courtesy of Paul
Hoffleman , son of the deceased ,
brings back to us vivid memories
of the early 70's when wo first lo-
cftlert In Nehraaka.
The pulilliUier of the Republican
first formed the ncqunlntanco of
Dorr Hoffclman in the year of 1371 ,
when ho WHB In the banking busi
ness at Grand Island and when wo
were residing on the Nicholson farm
making my homo with my sister
Mr * . II. T. Coffman , who was miro- *
lug n Imby at thai time for Mrs.
Heffolinnn. After locating In Cus-
tor county wo again renewed out-
old acnnalnttinco with Mr. Iloffcl-
mnn , who ostabllshod a broker busi
ness at Westervillo and later at
Anuelmo. Some years ago ho gave
up Ills business hero and joined
ills family In California , who with
his inotlier-lu-luw , Mrs. Smith and
brother-in-law Walter Ilacon and
wife had proceeded him to the west
ern coast. Mr. Iloffelmanv was a
brothor-ln-law of tloorgo 'lihuhuncl ,
clerk of the United States District
Court at Omaha. Ilia family rela
tions were anlong the best citizens
of Grand Isldnd.
A Now Apple Dlstrlet.
Competent authorltlon agree that
the lilg Horn llasln with Us excel
lent soil and favorable cllmato con-
tilt iona , will aoon become recognlz-
d as one ol' the great apple grow
ing districts of the Northwest. Prof.
U C Hufftim.'wlio for 15 years de
voted his tlm'o In experimenting in
agricultural and horticultural lines
while in charge ol the Btato exper
imental stntipn at Laramlo , Wyom
ing , and Profosaor Avon Nelson ,
State Horticulturist ot Wyoming ,
liRvo both given an opinion that the
Uasin is remarkably well adapted
to the development of commercial
Fruit orchards are now being planed
od In many localities in the Big
Horn Uaaln , and much land that
lids In the past been devoted to
the raising of wheat , oats , barley ,
alfalfa , and other hay crops is be
ing planted to apple orchards.
Jack Benjamin and Company
at Greats Opera House
Three Mights Three
OV. 17 , and 19 1910
Positively one of the strongest Repertoire
companies in the state.
The opening piny Thursdays night 'The
. . j\hm \ ol To Day" a companion piece to "The Man
: : ol' the Jlour" and guaranteed to please.
This play deals with the questions of Today ;
is . One of the
; and np-to-the-ininute. strongest
; plays ever staged in the Repertoire business.-
Scats on sale at the usual place. Admission J
25c-35c-50e. - -
APPLES WNT § R APPLES
Jonathan , Ben Davis , Ganos , Winesups. They are all
winter apples aftd in tip top condition.
Pure Mrple Syrup , Pure Sorghum , New Orleans
Then you want that Pancake Flour and Buckwheat
for y6ur breakfast. We have it , the best.
We Buy Test and Pay Spot Cash for Your Cream.
J . -N . P E A L E
Phone 161 THE GROCER 180
Agent for De Laval Separators Cream Station
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