August Isidor NEVLUD was born in the Moravia, Czech Republic on 28 March, 1877 and came to the United States in 1903. He may have settled in Nebraska because in 1916 he came to Clover City, Idaho, near the town of Buhl in south-central part of the state. Newspaper accounts talked of the many Czechs from Nebraska who were settling on the area's newly-opened farmland. Nevlud farmed until retiring and moving into Buhl in the 1960s. He never married. He died 01 November, 1966 and was survived only by a neice in Marysville, Missouri, according to an obituary. Her name may be Clupny. He might be listed in the 1910 census, but I have no ready access to index it.
He apparently owned a tavern that may have been in Nebraska, prior to 1916.
I would love ot hear from anyone with knowledge of August Nevlud and/or his tavern.