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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1900)
XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 8 , WOFIGHT PAGES NO 21
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Now that the suspend of olootion is off onr minds , and William ia elected , business should onoo more assume its usual aotivity. Wo are now bolter prop.irod to moot your wants with the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS , BOOTS , SHOES , FINISHING GOODS , LADIES' JACKETS , HATS , CAPS and GROCERIES
Our Competitors may howl , croak and worry because we sell Goods so
. But this only gives us more zeal and aotivity to still make lower prices. Wo are undorTuany obligations to some competitors for the futile attempt to dccoivo the public , by tolling them wo
carry only second class and shelf worn goods ( lack of business senao which age will improve ) . This is cheap advertising for us , and IS DOING US GOOD.
that wo soil so cheap , and onr trade ia increasing ao rapidly. We do not buy out eastern manufacturers ( ? ) nor got all our goods
by the oar load ( ? ) nor search all the markets from Chicago to ( ? ) to got what wo want , but
t.i t.v . WE HAVE THE GOODS , AND WE SELL THEM RIGHT.
i v JUST LISTEN TO A FEW
Ij A good Print , S c , better ones 5c nnd Gc
S Gor > d vard widt Munliii n - i '
1 Think of it , a pretty good Outing at 4o
Our competitors are "t-q'i inning" at tlu fearful law prices we are making on SHOES and RUBBER GOODS , and well they may , for wo bought the largest stock in Custor county , at prices
that defy competition. A man's Dr'ns Shoe as low as § 1.10. A full line of Men's Children's and Ladies' Shoes and Overshoes. In Hals and Caps wo load all competition. The best Hat in town
for 12.25 ; some as low as f 0o.
bought a large Stock of FRESH , CLEAN GROCERIES , at loss prices than any one , and we are selling lots of thorn. Wo are "long" on some itomn in this line , which wo
bought much below real vilue , and our customer * diall hive the benefit. LISTEN
A good 3 pound can of tomatoes , at
A good 2 pound oan of corn
HAVE YOU A PIN ?
Tben fasten to yonr memory :
That I only eell goods which give satis
That satisfy In use as well ns In price.
That I cell nothing but tbo beet of lie
kind , and price , doesn't matter what that
kind and price may be.
That I guarantee It to be such.
bat I I-nek my guarantee with now
goods or money.
Graduate otCblcaeo Opthalmlo Collcpc.
School Books ,
School Supplies ,
. G. Haeberle's.
li.it KOCH Into * our
repulretl wuteli Unit
In a perfect
| ol , it
but does tbo buetueis , any bungler
oan buy the flue kli.ds of material
that I ueo In repairing ; but ekill
is thu moet vnltmblo material Hint
: an be need In wntch repairing ;
aud the buiiiilercan't buy It. 1
sell my skill ( or wbnt it la worth
aud It will ii)8t ) you \KBS \ UI.MJ
b unRllug at lowtr prices.
Jewolflr at il Up'Ciuo '
West aide of bqunro.
A porn * Prune at 22 pounds for $1 00
T n bars of yoodonp for 25o
These are not bankrupt prices , but wo : ire onh fiivi-g you tl o advantage of our RIGHT BUYING. Wo want all the butter , oggB and country produce wo oan get , and will at all times pay
top price. Will take all ih slu-llod corn we can got in exoliango for goods. Come and sec us , nnd you will bo convinced that wo mean business.
OMPSON , RUBLEE , 'STEVENS CO.
Bi siness Pointers.
Dr. T. W Ba-s , dentist , Broken
W.HX ' ' ( iooii for caiitung
Ad. In tilth Istiiie.
Lultri a'lng ' oils of all kindat
* ' ili tig * tm > .
Put ttr & Miiillivl n iu .Mill
money li > < > it l u > > our I
t l > H , of tlicm
lew or am soda 5 contH a gUsn at
Cannon City ooal at Dii-rk
Write Uaydeu Bros. , Onul'a
Wholesale Supply House for pr..et
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
Pepsin Gum , two packages for a
tiokel at WILKINS' PHARMACY.
If you want fresh moat , call on
bred Maulick , west side of public
Abstracts compiled promptly and
icourately by the Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. E. Royse , Ahstraoter
Bent Htook larm in Custur count }
lor gale , at $8.00 per acre.
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
Cull on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. when in need of an rib-
str.tot of title. E RoySPAbstractor.
Ladies interested in the Viavi
home treatment should commit Mrs
Ed. Roy fee at her home. 11 1 if
When in need of a
auctioneer , call on or address
R. D. SULLIVAN ,
Broken Bow , Nebr. tf
Dr. Withers , Omaha's painless
fii'isi ' , will bn at the Globe hotel
Nov. 23d aud 24tL. All work at
Onubu prices , anQ warranted , bet
i l tcolh , fco.OO 20 years txpen
enoe. u8 2t
Blankets as low as 50o per pair
A iiood Cotton Batt at Co
Double fold plain Dress Goods , good styles , at 8 0
Hotel at Borwyn for sale.
A ono story cottage
with wix l.irgo rooms , pleasant ynrd ,
aii'i FurronndingH. Price 8000.
< SII on L.J. . Gandy or at this
ollico. 7 JOlf
Farms for Haifa and lands for rent.
'ft the tune to t et a farm cheap.
ihe cheap farms are all going ,
d urnoa : are advancing rapidly.
J. G. BllKNIZMl.
Foil SALE At Geo.Adams'rauoh ,
18 miN'B south of Broken BowNeb. ,
300 small hoahhy pigs , weighing 50
to 80 pounds
4 FUANK II SMITH , M'g'r.
Broken Bow , Nebr.
FAKM Foil SALK On Ash Creek ,
Sec.15 , 15 , 21 ; well improved , wind
mill , tank , house , barn , chicken coop
and buggy shed. Price $600 , part
on time. School house on land.
Bring your butter , eggs , lard and
all other country produce to Poalo
& John , aud got groceries , quoons-
ware and fresh fruit , or orders for
dry eoodfi , boots , shoos , hardware
and drugs. PKALK & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocers , is the plaoo.
Fred Mai lick is now better pre
pared thuu ever to servo the public
with fresh moat. He has put in anew
now refrigerator of the latest im
provements , and his moat is kept in
first class order. Call and see him ,
on west side of square.
YES OUR SPECIAL
JACKET , CAPE , FUR
AND SUIT SALE WILL
BE A HUMMER , AND
TuE PRICES WILL BE
AT BOTTOM , THOMP
SON , RUBLEE , STEV
oriod in CuHtor and adjoin
ing countioH. Terms roaonahlo.
Hroken Bow Nehr.
Car of Fancy 3lTew York
fit J. C , 'S ' ,
Winter Apples-buy some.
A peed Salmon for . 8Jo a oan
A No. 1 smoking tobacco , at. . . .Qlc per pound
Job printing at this oilioc.
L. E. Picket , of llyno , was a
friendly caller Wednesday.
" Clinfbn Gandy roltirncd last week
from a visit of several weeks iu
D. C. Konklo and Win. Weut-
brook , of WoiBHort , were friendly
Claud Piokott , who in teaching in
Lee Park , in having a vacation this
woelc , which gave him an opportu
nity to oomo homo to vote.
Mark Ltiohtmyer aud Jan. liinor ,
of Ansloy , are in the city today ,
and will remain ever to help paint
the town rod tonight.
Mrs. Yaunoy will bo hero again
about the 8th and remain three
weeks and give four more of thoHo
popular lectures , begining Nov. 11.
F. E. VanAutworp , of Wood
River township , oamo in from
Ooonto with the olootion rotimiH ,
aud will remain over tonight to
help celebrate our victory.
Mies Verda Thorpe was at homo
the first of the week. She had va
cation in her school iu order to lot
tno voters have the use of the Ox
ford school house in which to hold
Rov. 8. W. Richards in oxpeotod
to return this evening , after an ab
sence of several weeks in California
and in Illinois , and will occupy the
pulpit in the Baptist church Sun
day , both morning and ovoning.
Mrs. A. R. Humphrey loft on
Tuesday morning's train to visit
friends in Lincoln and fjot early
election news. GUH will follow on
tonight's train , and will npond the
next ton days visiting his parents in
Chas. Buaoy , n member of the
hospital corpd in Manila , arrived in
the oity Tuesday evening , on the
5:25 : train , just in time to get to
the polls to vote. Ilo had been
sa/'t to SauFranoitiCO in charge of n
drug store , and from thcro wau
granted a furlough of sixty days.
New Line of
Buggies , Surreys ,
and Farm Wagons.
G. W. Apple.
Chalk talks and blaok-boird cartoons
teens will bo made by Charles
Bolts , the well known artistic
painter of Broken Bow , for the
U. B. Sunday School in the future.
These exertions will bo very lielpful
in impressing the truths o | the
tcHHon upon the minds of tlioHt-
I resent , and will bo very popular
and attractive to both jouug aud
Ladle * ' elegant up-to-dato Jackets , AS low as $3.00
Misses' nnd children's 1.26 na up I
A good Working Shirt for mon an low as 20o
A good Tea for 36o
A hotter for . ' . .35o per pound I
Mrs. Goo. O. Waters returned
Wednesday of last week from a
visit of several weeks with her son
Harry at Duhuquo Iowa.
The annual mooting of the Ouster
County Agricultural Sooioty will beheld
hold at A. R. Ilumpliroy's oth'co
Tuesday Nov. 11 , at 10 o'clock.
G. F Christie , of Lillian , was a
city visitor Wednesday , rejoicing
that ho in a resident of a republican
prouinot. But the rest of us can
join with him that wo are residentB
of a republican county aud state.
J. A. Hutchinnon has filed on a
quart or nuctiou of Government land
in Cherry county that joins G. 11.
Tuttlo's ranch. Ilo lott for Cherry
county Tuesday with the view of
building a house and establishing a
roBidonoo. Ho will not move his
family until spring.
Rov. J. J. Smith , of St. Paul ,
will conduct the quarterly confer
ence in the U. B. church next Saturday -
urday and Sunday. The business
soHHion will bo hold Saturday at 2:30 :
p. in , and Presiding Elder Smith
will preach Saturday evening , Sun
day morning and evening. His
ability in the pulpit is too well
known in Broken Bow to need
mentioning. There will bo good
Ultimo. A cordial welcome to all.
W. D. Cole and wife loft Tuea.
day week for Boise City Idaho where
they will spend thfi winter visiting
with their children , Mrs. A. R.
Samson and W. D. Cole Jr. , If
they like it they may conclude to
remain there permanently. Mr.
dnd Mrs Cole are highly respected
people and it in With regret their
many friende HIO them leave with
thu pOHHibilily of remaining. How
ever all join with the RKPURLIOAN
in wishing them a safe journey and
a pleasant vi'it and hope they may
conclude to return.
Hugh JMoBurnio formerly of this
city who hut * bttun a resident of Mo-
PluMon county arrived in the city
Monday week accompanied by his
wif ' . They had just returned from
an overland trip to New Castle
Wyoming. They will locate here
wiih the view of remaining perman
ently. In all IIH travels Air. Mo-
Buruiu na > 8 ho found no place that
united him bolter than Custor county.
Mr. McBurnio is .industrious and
would like to find employment for
the winter. Parties needing a good
hand can do no bettor than to em
I will offur at public Halo at my
place of residence , 14 rnilcH north
of Brokf n Bow and ono mile south-
wcht nt Lillian PoHlolIice , Novcmbei
'J.'J , 1000 , oomm-noing at 10 o'clock
H. in . , 10 ! > ad of oattlr , 10 head of
hors , 'H Imud of stock hOtjH , farm
unpl" < iu < ntM , household goods and
other articles , J. E ,
Attempted Hold Up.
Last Saturday uigtit between 3
aud 0 o'clock as Raid Skinner wan
on nit ) way homo from thu oity , hti
discovered a man on the "Hog
Buck" , two and a half miloa north
east of town with a mask on. Aa
the man passed over the hill about
100 yards ahead of him , ho could
plainly see ho was masked , Skin-
iior tsud his team and took after the
follow tolling him that ho would un
mask him unions ho proved a bettor
man than ho was' . Eovidoully the
would bo hold up was not expecting
that kind of a reception and ho getaway
away from there as fast as his loga
won'd carry him , going north ever
the hills aud then west. Ho was BO
completely disguised , Mr. Skinner
is not certain who ho was , but as
th'j moon was shining ho got a good
view of the follow and ho thinks
ho knows who it wan. This
is the third time that parties have
boon held up near there and it is
thought that it WQB the eamo party
in each caso. It will bo well for
parties who pass that way fre
quently after night to carry in their
wagon a ahot gun in order to give
him a good dose of shot in the
The ladies of the Piesbytorian
church will servo dinner Thanksgiv
ing day Novmbar , 20. Piico 25o for
adults and ICe for children under
ton years of age. Both plain aud
fancy aprons , handkerchiefs , pm
cushions and fancy articlot : will been
on sale. Plaoo will bo announced
Wo wish to express onr sincere
thanks to these who HO kindly as
sisted us during the siokno&a and
death of our little son Froddio.
Although slraugortj to an , bo assured
that your kindness will never bo
Mil. AND MRS. JOUN MlLLUB ,
Stuttgart , Kansas.
On my ranch , four 4 miles south and
ij- miles east of Broken Bow , on
Tuesday , November , 20 , 1000.
40 head stock cattle , 10 milch cows ,
8 head cows and heifers , will bo
fresh in 60 days 1 thoroughbred bull ,
1 grade bull , 1 Jorsy cow , 4 head
grade Norman horsoH , 1 span bay
drivers , 2 brood mares , 2 yearling
colts , 2 Hacking colts , 1 Buckeye
geared feed griudor , 1 road
wagon , harnesses , 1 heavy nadd'e '
farm implements , houshold goods ,
from a darning needle to u cook
stove , 1 large .book case.
Ono year's time on approved se
curity , at ten per cent , All suma
under 10 dollars earth. Begins at 10
oolock a. in. INHTANTKU.
G. E. CADWULL.
Adanison'd telephone ayatern was
a great convenience in getting the ,
election returns from the oounty ou
the night of olootion.
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