Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, November 19, 1908, Page 5, Image 5
THE KEfUBLtOAN , OUS'J'WH OOUNTY , NtiBKASKA QUALITY ALWAYS You tqay be sure of finding quality here. We furnish the best the manu facturer produces , but \vc watch our buying so h t we tuny be nble to fclnt \ reasonable prioow. Our idm is lo sell you the best > ou ever bor. flit nnd save you sotnutliing in the translation. l'e cri icnir. aurefully prepared by those Utbt know how. The Busy Druggist Personal and Otherwise J. A. Young of Gates was a Broken Bow visitor Monday. J. 13. Ash of Gates was in the city on business Saturday. P. II. Aubrey of Mcrna was a Broken Bow visitor Sunday. J. P. Johnson of Ansohno was a Broken Bow visitor Sunday. C. E. Bates of Lillian was in the city the first of the week on business. Thomas Lawhoru of Anselmo was in the city on business the first of the week. Extraordinary Watch Values. DO YOU WANT A WATCHv .Most every one does. isvcryl'odv ' needs one Some people , however , don't feel like paving a large sum ol money for one. Thej trv to get aloiin by depending on the public clock * and their Iriends for the time Inconven ient , of coui > e I have a number ot Watches taken In exchange that I slinll sell at liottom prices. All the leading makes I have put them In flrst class condition and they keep as ( ? oed time as new ones Theiv's no further excuse tor your ( Mini ; wlihoui a watch. i\TIlA : FANCY MALAGA flHAPKS We 1'er I'onnd SAl'Kll KHAt'T THU KIN11) MOTH Kit t'SKD TO MA1CK JUL'bll lOc Pel Quart UX'IHA FANCY VIKlilNIA SU UKV I'uTA'U'Ks ' . ' Pel I'uiinil YOHK sTATK FANCY S\VKIT cinuu nir. FINF.ST 4J 1'er 11 illon F\NCY HKAD LKTTPl'K Mr. George L , Xanders left Monday morning for YorkPenn. Sam Athins of Anselmo was in the city on business Monday. W. Hoguc and wife of Lillian were Broken Bow visitors Tues- d ay. ay.G. G. W. Worthington and wife of Lillian were in the city Tues day. day.H. H. A. Wilke of Walworth was in the city on business last Fri- C. M. Gist of Mason City was was in the city on business last Friday. A Babcock of Arnold was in the'city the first of the week on bubiness. 8. D. Myers of Gates was in the city on business the first of the week. William Keill of Murna was in the city on business the first of the weok. Norval Gates of Gates was transacting business in the city Tuesday. F N. Knox of Mason City was transacting business in the city last Fiidny T. C. O'Connor of Auselmo was transacting business in the city Tuesday. Charles Williams of Walworth was transacting business in the city last Friday. Tom Ash of G.itos was trans , acting business in the city the first of the week. Judge A. R. Humphrey re turned yesterday from a business trip to Lincoln David McGuigan of Walworth was transacting business in the city last Friday. Mrs. Trudo returned Tuesday evening from a three week's visit at Lincoln. George Raymond of Lillian was transacting business in the city last Saturday. Ed M. Scott of Anselmo was transacting business in the city the first of the week. C , P. Young of Gates was transacting business in the city the first of the week. G. R. Peama-i of Yucahill was transacting business in the city the first of the week. Henry KleudAorlh o ! Wal worth was transacting business in the city last Friday. Miss IueFinlen went to Omaha Monday. Miss Finlen will also vi'it In Iowa and Illinois. Supervisors Cushman , Lee and Foley appraised the Ham Rogers school land east of the city and the R A. Hunter school laud in the north pait of the township. Mr. Herman of the firm of Herman & Kern , who is con ducting a branch house in Ra venna , spent Sunday in the Bow. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMA1ON III1. IT KNOWN THAT J. . C. BOW I IN Is rii'adriu.irt is l-'or Fancy GROCERIES New luiporlfd Turkey Klaa.pcrlb . . .air New Imiiortcil PiThlin Dates.per 11) . Hk- New Iniporled Stuffed Walnut Dates IJLT pound S > ) c Xuw Impoitcd Stuffed r'ecaii Dates ' . " 0' ' per pound ' Neluiportt'it ilri'ucu Currents , per packagf lOcand li'vi- New Callfoini.i St-t'dc 1 It.tlslus , pi-r IMCkage Itir London l.ayoi ItatHln * . , \ \ upur Ib VOc J'aiicyVliltc L'ltivor anil Colorado Honey , per Iraim- 3Jc Taiit-y Hutne KaUi-d lisirnrtvii lloncv jier pound K ' K.incv Navel Uianufs. pe d z Mo. ! ' . , iO > Kxira Fancy f-.iia - Oraiie J'rull caeli JOi- Kxtra 1'ancy 1'im.i I'liiUilng , a can 3.ric Uxira Fam-y Tangi-iliif-thin iklii Northern Ni'W % "rk Hweei Appli'N UariioPancv Oli\cs.inurt ( jottlea I3c r.vt-f > thing for Thanksgiving Dlnuer. THAUR Pure Old Cider Vinegar MA UK HAMilNi ; ANU STAND LAMPS- ALL KINDS COD CllANHKHUIKS I.V I'or iuart I'ltKSH OVSTUKS Till : 1'HllUbT . U HOWS' NOT WATHIt SOAKID Dinner FIJOM IlAL'll.MDKL OYSTKIt IIKHS I'll Vlil Mr I'l-t t.'u.n t IIANA.NAS FKF.S1I Cl ICO A N't ' 1 h CHKSTNl IS FANCY UATINu APPLES WKLI. 8. * * Singers ! The City Choras Society will meet at the Christian Church on Tuesday December 1. Be present. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bryan leave this week for u trip in Mexico. Mr. Bryan desires to take the trip for rest and recrea tion. The voters of the stale ol South Dakota have voted to do away with ihe "quick diverse mill" which has characterised the divorce law in that state. Om- year ol actual residence is now necessary to secure a divorce. The assessed value of the state of Nebraska $3'J 1,735,484 as against an assessed valuation of S32J,413,34'J last year. This figure - ure represents one-fifth of the actual value of the properly listed 1 for taxation. These figures > .how ' an increase in valuation of about 1562 , 300,000. If we can help you with a hint , well and good. But forcing sales is a policy we bar. If you're a stout man , a thin man , tall man or short your sise is here. If you're ' a hard-to-please man , your choice is * V here in a Kuppmheimer Suit or Over Goat. You know the genuine worth of Euppenheimer Clothes. Wo , and the makers , guarantee them. Look our line 07BRa We carry full line of MEFS DEESS SHOES in the Walk Over quality noted for Durability and Style. Broken Bow Nebraska wmf&mBiSrt Physicians 111 The Fillingof Prescriptions too much cate cannot lie taken lo lm\e the drugs the purest and best obtainable. The cure of the patient often depends on Ibis important matter. Physician1 : are always pleased when we fill their pre scriptions for this reason. Our line of Toilet Articles , PCI turnery and Proprie tary Medicines is complete an 1 low priced. ID. McCOMAS. Mr. S.1J. . Great and daughter Miss Lincola , spent a few days the first of the week in Omaha. Secretary of th Navy Vic'.or i II. M Met call' today trrdercd his resignation to tlie ptc idcnt ! to take effect Deccmbc1- ! I , on nc- C'nuit of ili lieallS Assistant Sic- r 'tory of the N iv , 'Pi urn in New tciry v\ill lie named .is Mr. Met- I'all's successor. The "uv.-i pincnt's petition for a re.ieariny ol tlic c.ise in which t..e U'liKM Stales circuit court o. appeals n.vtrsrd the tiial cjurt in lining UieS'uml.rd Oil comjjay of Indima $2'J,2-10,000 for alleged rebating , has been de nied in the court of appeals. It is proable lh.it the government will nosv attcmi > t to Ijriug the whole matter bctore the btipreme court on a v/nl of coruorari. The govctnmenl in ils pc.ition for a rehearing intimaUd that if the opinion of the judges of the ap- pelate court--arosscup ( , Seaiinu and Hakcr was allowed to stand it would nullify neatly every shred of the rufoimatory legis lation accomplished by the Roosevelt velt , administration. Governor-ICIec I b'.jallcn ' burger iskept busy these da s looking after the applications for appoint ments vhat are made to him , He has several hundred of tlu-m now to look after and each ma 1 brings in more and more. Some ol the LK-tnocr.ils iiiaibt that Slial'i-nbergtr should appoint none except tin ; IJryan Volunteers because thty were tlu j.iincipul workers iu llij campiign and c1 oh one dug up hi.s ten duiluis towards the campaign fund of the Democrats. Others say that the work of the Bryan Volunteers was primarily in behalf of IJryan and that they are not entitled to consideration from Shallenberger. Shallcnbcrger has announced that he is goiii'f to make the ap pointments early and this is partly the c nisc of the rush ot application . Suite of three roonn to rent. 20-tf K. K.MY KS. Taft Will Call Extra Session. lVi'idiMit-10lccl Taft Ims an- mmncod that ho will call ' .lie special session of Conyte-s f'.T tlie tcviiion of the tarilT as soon alicr his inauguration as would be reasonable. Senator Ijurkclt ift quoted as stating that lie can af.sure his coubliiulcnta that the revision \sill bo down. Marriage Licenses Issued. -Mlom in 1C. JCrikson Comstock 22 Paulina J. Swaiison Comstock 27 C. K. Stone Judith Gaps Mont 24 Klora Dse Comstock 22 Joseph R. Andrews Comstock 42 Gertrude Smith Comstock. . . .35 David II. McGuigan M rna..2'J Bertha V. Bishop Broken Bow 17 Charles M. Jelinek Ravenna..33 Olive Cogil liavenna 28 Sec Dr. Talbot for Rambler and Mitchell Automobiles. rms I ccntdiscovcrics have shown n > -it i ailing hair is caused by p. , ; ns at the roots of the hair. T.-i' tcfnre , to stop falling hair , \xu ' . .lust first completely dc- stn/y these germs. Ayer'sHair Vij-'or , new improved formula , \ \ ill certainly do this. Then leave the rest to nature. Duci not ditingf the color < > / " the l.al , t c * * * * " " ' " ' ' * < ' " " ' ' TyrM" ' Formula with cnoU boitlo n Bhorr it to j ' doctor Ael ; hfm'i ' o It , IheiiUo ash 3 Hccf nt discoveries have also prov J d ' . ' \drtilf \ is caused by p.crnis on the scalp. Therefore , to cure dandru7 ! , the first thlnp to c'o ' is to completely destroy thesedan- drun" perms. Here , the same Aycr's Hair VfV" : will give the same splendid results. 'air . by tie J. o. Ayer Co. , RE VOr ( JKTTIXd IN on this piv ? \\'c are selling a first FARR/S / WAGON with I at \Vi- are able to this because ! wo bought a ear \ViitfoiiK at § 12.00 tu § 15.00 loss than mamil'autimTK jiricos. lit'lt ( r ct in on this now. It won't LAST LONG. 4PPJ ! p t > tt K liiiii ir'f * ° Broken I5o\v , Nebraska.