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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1907)
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, VOL. XXVI. BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURD8AYJ OCTOBER 31. . 1907. NO. 21
is given by our glasses because -
cause great care is taken to
have them fit.
Our arrangements for
making tests of the eyes are
complete. Modern , scientific -
tific instruments are used.
In cases where eyeglasses
or spectacles are purchased
, here we make no charge for
tests. Ou-r prices are low
We do not haddle the use-
les kind of cheap goods.
ought to bc written on the
right style of paper.
Do you use thc aamc size
and shape for ; your social
Ilnd 11usiness correspon-
We can show. ) 'ou plenty
of good styles for both-
all thoroughly right.
They were made by the
White-Wyckoff l\1lf'g CO'1
and are known S the
IIPapers that Appeat"
Inks , pens and other desk
fillings good enough to go
JIS & J.F. B isch
Broken Bow , - - Neb.
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jA Page Full
of Very Low Prices and Up-to-date Goods
. to Select From l
I ' ' spIced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. ' \ ' Kamo Mince l\Ieat , pure , nicely , 3 packages for. 25
t A fine finished Childs''Bro01n , : , good quality , each. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 t
Wbile , emi-poeelaio , iodividual butte" " - , - , - , - " - - - - - , . . ' . . , . . , . . .0' i
It . . Good Choppers , a household neccessity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
' . : ' . B Y so e ic.e n es . Egg oo l sl IC siz 7 ; 5C s 7.e. . ' : . ' . ' : ' " , .03
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) : p'ead Sltck Bed 'Bug , sure externl1nator , a hottle , each .25 i
i Shinc up-All kin s of Stove Polishes JOC size or 3 for. . . . . . . . . ; . . . . .25 T
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, ' - } DIinking Glasses , cheap at 60c a dozen ; we sell them at. .50
j Beautiful Engraved glasses , $1,25 per doze ; wc : sell them at. . . . . . . . .go \
' \ Cuspo ors , good values , each at 35C and. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5l ) 1\
j Blue sauce dishes , 6 for 40C , worth. . . . . . . . . . ' " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 I
= Husking pegs , each SC , oc , I5c , 2JC , 25C , and. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 : >
- ' . Panacea & Standard Clucken Foods-makes hcns layggs worth. . .20 ; .
i Husking gloves and mittens , 3 pairs for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 f
; - Coffee Mills-'rablets-Cranberries , 2 quarts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 I : >
. Our Lamp Sale was a winner. We have plenty to select from. We have \
, 3 aU kind , of Vae , Sland , gauging and Gin" lamp' at ' 0 pe' cent di'couut.
- J. C BOYlen t
. , Pure Old Cider Vinegar -
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I _ , ' , TH.ROUGH !
"I A"N ERR-OR I
i of a shipping clerk !
A OAR LOAD OF
! \ :
I was sent ns that were ordered
i for delivery next summer , so i
we are now dosing out at
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I ACTUAJ.COST :
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.rrl s means $10 less than
\ i : . you can buy one next . fall
I Brolten Bow Banks
i Solid as Gibralter
1 As a Precautinary Measure and to
Avert Disaster , Tiley Pay on
Cbecks in Bank Exchange.
THE STRINGENCY IS TEMPORARY
The failure of the uank in New
York city , of which F. A\1gu tus i
Heinze , the many times million-j
aire copper miner , of Butte , was
president , caused the failure of
several New York and Brooklyn
banks. 'rhis naturally threw a
s re into depositors and as they
were lil < ely-in the excitement-
to make a rUll on their banls a
wise and precautionary measure
was adopted which will prevent
the closing of mauy financial
'rhe same plan was decided
upon by the Broken Bow banks ,
although each one of. our three
institutions have plenty of money
. and could easily pay in full , and
their action meets the nearty
approval of all our business men
and laqrest depositors.
THE PI. N.
The policy is to sU5pend cash
pa'ments for the present and use
cashiers' checks , certified checks
and clearing house certificates
iustead of cash.
Anyone having a < ll'posit can
dra w checks against it , as usual ,
to pay his debts or accounts.
The person who rece1ves a check
can deposit it in hig own bank , as
usual , and receive credit for it ,
but he cannot , except in certain
cases , get the cash on it. He
cau , however , get it certified by
the bank and then any merchant
or business man will accept it in
'payment for a bill of goods or on
If he wants to use it in smaller
portiuns the banks will cash it by
giving him cashier's ! = hecks for it.
The Broken Bow banks do not
ntirely refuse to cash chec1s ,
however , but on deposits of from
$10 to $250 , will pay $10 , on deposits -
posits of from $250 to 51000 they
will pay 515 , and over : HOOO , $25.
If you have a check for $25.00
the bank will give yo.u five certified -
fied checks for 55.00 each which
you can use separately , just the
same as currency , by simply
indorsing your name on the back.
This is not , of course , as handy
as being able to get the "long
green , " but it will answer every
business purpose and is a plan
that will prevent many-who become -
come duly excited on the least
provocation-from making a run
on their depositories and in some
instances causing disaster. The
idea is a good one and will
prove benificial everywhere.
A CASE OF CONFIDItNcn.
ace citizen , who has about
55000.00 on deposit , went into the I
Brolen Bow State bank on Tuesday -
day , and , not having learned of
the temporary precaut ion a r y
measures that had been adopted ,
wrote his check for$100remarking
that he was going out to buy
stock. Vice-President l\imber- :
ling informed him of the state of
affairs and the measures that had
been adopted , whereupon , the depositor -
: positor tore up the check and
i taking $500.00 in bills from his
: pocket deposited it in the bank
along wit his ot unds.
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i Married at Ansley.
i A very pretty wedding .was
ceremonized on Sunday evening
! last , October 27 , at the Metho-
dist Episcopal church , at Ansley ,
I in which Hev. Haymond Rush ,
pastor of that edifice , performed
! the duties of uyiting in the holy
! bonds of matrimony Miss Cora
: Foster of Ansley , and Leo Dean
! of onr city.
The wedding ceremony took
I place immediately after the regu-
service Sunday evening and
I was witnessed by quite a number
of young people irom Broken
I Bow , who , having got wind that
the marriage was to take place ,
I boarded the evening train and
I hied themselves to Ansley to be
! on ' hand with the rice.
! tdiss Foster is the youngest
! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
Foster , add one of Ansley's fair
I and talented young ladies , havin ! !
graduated from the School of Ex-
pression at the Wesleyan University -
I sity at Lincoln.
Mr. Dean is a young man of
ste ng qualities , whQ h n
I in the barber business in Broken
Bow for over three ) 'ears , during
I which time he has made m1my
friends and has proven himself
I to be a steady and painstaking
After the services were performed -
ed the ) 'oung couple and a few of
their near friends assembled at
the hoUlc of thc bride's parents ,
wbere congratulations were tendered -
dered , after which the happy
bride and groom left on the midnight -
night fl'er for Brolen Bow amid
showers of rice from their young
We hove a very plc Siu
story for youa story of
dntg valucs. We will tell
you of mcdidue that will
work for your be11cfit. We
will tell you of dntgs yon
need and medicines YOI1
call110t afford to be with.
onto Our waut is to supply -
ply YOI1 with the best drug
aUIl to providc tbcm for n
-So R. Lee
"The usy Druggist"
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44 days to Christmas. Forty-four business
days mark the span now until the great golden
holiday of the year. _ .
Is it any wonder we havc departed a little
from . . the usual and put this store in holiday
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10 many ways. = = = = = .
These early November days arc the days when\ .
peoplc' who want to bUl the onc-of-teind and
not-to-be-duphcated th1U s fairly haunt this
store. - _ _ _ _ _
l ich as the stoct l1sually is , there n Ver w s "
n time when there was so many and original
and exclusive things to buy.Begin your'
Christmas shopping carl ) ' .
ED. McCO.MAS ,
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. A CAR OF
JUST , IN
'l'Hey are fine ones and t.he price
is just right.
Don't purchase . before seeing them I
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Sheppard & Burk f
Phone 125. South Side Square.
DI PERSION SHORTHORN
CATTLE 'SALE !
IN V ADENBERG'S NEW SALE , P A VILLION .
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THURSDAY , NOVBMBER 7 , 1907. '
- : Jor'ty ead
.26 enl.a1es : an..d. : I 14 : : B-a.11s.
r.rhe herd bull , "Thickset , " 152924 , a son of "Young Abbottsburn 2nd"
and out of "Fairy Queen" by "Lavender ' King 3rd. ' ' ' The balance of the
bulls are a lot of low-down , thic'k-fleshed fellows-the best lot of beefy
youngsters' to be offered in Nebraska this season.
r.rhe female offering of twenty-six head contains not an undesirable animal
and among the yearlings and two-year old are absolutely show yard
r.rhe number of females selling with calf at foot-or bred-offers . an
unusual opportunity to make profitable investments.
Low-down , thick-fleshed , mossy-coaled , rugged Shorthorns , describes
25 Choice Poland Chinas '
15 : E3oars ; 10 SOVVS
Sired by Gold Chief ( iirst prize at Loup Valley Fair ) , Young rl'ecumseh ,
King Look 2nd , etc , Dams by King Look , Chiefie 2nd , Hadley's 'Vander ,
Grand Look , Etc. Show yard material in this offering.
Co ! . Z. S. Branson , " "
Col. John Tolli Auctioneers. er , M . E . VANDENBER ( J T
H. A. Sherman. Clerk. Send for Catalogue.
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