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THE REPUBLICAN , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA. 3
BUSINESS DIRECTORY ,
AS YOU rIKE IT
, * *
FRANK KEL.SEY .
: ; ALL KINDS OF WBLLfl ' . ' .
Consult him if you want water.
IiROKBN Uow - - NRDK.
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| EDWARD DODD
* PHYSICIAN As SURGEON
: Diseases of women a Specialty. Of-
| ; f.ce pbouc 260. Residence 248. All
; ; cases promptly attended.
I BANGS STU 10
* JCAST SI012 OF SQUARTO
\ IMiotographs , Edison aud Columbia
S Pliotioaraplisaml Records. : - : : - !
Agents for Cbickcrinir , Ivors & I'oml
j and Star I'ianos , : : : : : '
\ WK CAN SAVi : YOU MONUY
i IYK. : KAK , NOSK , THROAT AND l
i CHRONIC DISUASES. |
I Fitting of Glasses a Specialty. |
1 OPPICIJ IN R1UMTY ULOCK |
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Silas A. Holcomb. Edwin F. Myers.
nOLiCOMB ifc MYERS
Special attention given to Litigated
matters , Probate matters ana col
lections. , . . . , ' ,
OFFICE IN MYKUS HUILDING
liroken Uow , . . Nebraska ,
* \ J. I , . PEROUSON , R. A. HUNTER ,
Notary Public , Broken Uow ,
Comstock. Nebraska , Nebraska ,
FARMS AND RANCHES FOR RENT
Surveying and Plattluir Neatly Douc.
J. B. DUNN
CAJiLAWAv , ' NEBRASKA.
rifttleuient of estates , examining
and perfecting land titles , collec
tions and criminal matter. All
business will receiveprompt atten
HARRY KIMBALL ,
g& Licnsed Embalmer
Business phone , 301. Residence 334 ! !
Broken Bow , Neb.
N. DWIGI1T FORD
ATTORNKY AND COUNSELOR
ANSLUY - - NRBR.
FARM A NO CITY
AND SURKTY BONDS
CIIAS. E. STOUT
CONFECTIONARY , CIGARS
Broken Bow , Ne.br.
Doing prompted by a lU'sIre to lead and
direct the educational forces of the great
county of Ouster , In \ \ hose schools I was a
pupil nearly 30 years ago , I hereby formally
announce myself a candidate for the position
of County Superintendent of Public instruc
tion. I have advocated republican princi
ples for 15 years and am thus asking the tils
tlngulshcd honor of being its nominee at the
WAJ.TKH W. WATKHS.
To William T. Huston , Non-Uestdent Uelen
You are hereby notified that on the 21th
day of December , lixw , Mary K. Huston
filed her petition In the district coart of Cus.
ter County , Nebraska , the object and prayer
of which are to obtain from you an absolute
divorce on the ground of extreme cruelty ,
nqn support and desertion , to secure the cus
tody and control of yojr minor children ,
and to procure their appropriate relief. You
will answer said petition on or before the
Urst day of March , im
Mary K , Huston , Plaintiff.
33-36 Uy Sullivan & Squires her attorneys
II. E. Leach , of Arcadia , was
a city visitor Tuesday.
W. II. Ford of Walworth
was a city visitor Saturday.
George Pellcy of Callaway was
on band for jury dut3' Monday.
John Muivaney of Mason City
was a Broken Bow yisitor Mon
S L. Glover , Jr. , of Arcadia ,
was in the city on business Mon
E S Updike and wife of
Merna werd city visitors Mon
C. W. Laytou of Cliff township
was in the city on business Tues
.1. O. Kenned } rf Merna came
in Monday a'ud reported for jury
People think of your store as
your last ad , reflected and repres
Fred Klanecky of Sargent was
transacting business in the city
Wiliaiu Powers of Anseluio
was transacting business in the
Thomas Lauren , of Anselmo ,
was transacting business in the
William Workman , of Arcadia
was transacting1 bussness in our
Otis Oleson , of Elk Creek
Township , came in Monday to
ba here for jury service.
N. 1. Butler , of Gates , was in
our city last Friday and remem.
bered this office with a call.
Attorney R. E. Brigger of Cal
laway is attending the term of
District Court here this week.
Ab Outcher , of Lillian pre
cinct , was one of the Jurymen
who reported for duty Monday.
A. P. Dobesh'of Ansley , came
in on the tram Tuesday after
noon to serve on the jury panel
Get your tickets early for the
Military play "Enlisted for the
War" Opera House Februrary
G. W. Gestwile was transacting
ing- business in the city Friday
and made this office a pleasant
Don't forget the date of the
Military play "Enlisted for the
War. " Opera House Monday Feb.
There is probably a REASON
why you should go to store to-
day-and to read the ads , is to as
How many "new interests" in
life have you found lately ? Ad
advertisers arc finding them all
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ingram , of
Anselmo , were city visitors Fri
day and made this office a pleas
Attorney N. D. Ford and Dr.
W. R. Young , of Ansley , were
in the city on legal business
Chairman Ben P. Morris , of
the Board of Supervisors , was in
the city looking after Board work
Morris E. Myers , of the Myers
ranch on the South Loup. was
transacting business in the city
The Dollar is still in the cus
tomer's pocket the article is still
in your store if your ad wasn't
Lawyer J. B. Dunn of Calla-
way , was in the city this week
looking after business in the
F E. Delano of Arcadia arriv
ed in the city Tuesday and re.
ported to Judge Hosteller as one
of the jury punel.
There is probably a bargain
advertised to-day which , if you
secure , you would not part with
for twice its cost.
David Collier of Arcadia was
in Monday on business in con-
with the Collier case , which is
to be tried this week.
It will only coat you 35c for
a reserve seat to sec "Enlisted
for the War" at the Opera House
Monday , Feb. 22.
L. O. Nelson & Co , received
on Monday a car of Perchcron
and Sire stallions ranging from
one to three years old.
Mr. F. M. Olmstcd , returned
from Omaha last Thursday even
ing after visiting with relatives
for the past two weeks.
The advertised store is the pro
gressive store aud attracts the
patronage of all who believe in
progress , in enterprise.
Mr. Ray Drake , of the firm of
The Paine Granite & Marble
Works of Grand Island made this
office a pleasant call Tuesday.
J. L. Ferguson , the Comstock
real estate man , was in the city
this week as one of the twenty-
four men svbpoacncd fo jurors.
A store which advertises only
occasn'onally justifies the infer
ence that it is only occasionally
that it has anything to advertise.
J. M. Scott , of Sargent , Nebr. ,
who was the former superintend
ent of the schools in this city ,
was in the city on business Wed
II. S. Clouse who is the mail
carrier on the Star route between
Broken Bow and Georgetown ,
has purchased a grocery store in
A store's ads arc a part of a
store's service to the public -per-
liaps the one part of it which
saves most of your lime and
Harry Eliza aud Edith Whittle
of Anselmo were in the city as
witnesses on a divorce case
which came up _ in the District
James and Louis Lang , who
live South-west of Callaway ,
were in the city Tuesday on a
road matter which was up be
fore the County Board.
S. A. Robinson , of Oconto ,
aud his mother were in the city
last Friday. Mrs. Robinson took
the train for Hyannis to have a
visit with her daughter.
"A Cue cage won't feed the
bird ; " nor a good store building
mean a successful store. In the
case of the store , the advertising
compaign provides the "feed. "
Rev. Harmon , who is the for
mer pastor of the Christian
church , returned to this city Sat
urday from Colorado where he
has spent the past week on his
25c aud 35c arc the prices for
the Military play at the Opera
House on Monday evening , Feb.
22. Scats will be on sale next
Friday morning at the usual
If the "cash capital and sur
plus" of your home amounts to
even a modest sum , you are able
to buy things when they are
cheapest not merely when they
arc needed most.
A. S. Case , of Lincoln , was in
the city Tuesday representing
the Farmers & Merchants Insur
ance Co in the case of Hopkins
vs Farmers it Merchants Insur
"A mole-hill every minute is a
mountain in a year , " and the old
saying carries its lesson to those
merchants who prefer not to ad
vertise at all rather than to ad-
W. D. Hall , of Sargent , was in
the city this week on business.
Mr. Hall is one of the best deputy
sssessors in Custer County and
was re-appointed as deputy as
sessor for the Sargent brecinct ,
the he is a Democrat.
James Sampson , who lives
about seven miles out of the city ,
secured his final citizenship pap-
erH before Judge Hosteller on
Monday. Sampson is of Danish docent -
cent and has been a residcnl of
this country for about len years.
Bruggmau & Slienway , the
tailors who have moved their
tailor shop over Koukel's furni
ture store , recieved their spring
stock of goods this week , and
are now prepared lo furnish any
one hand made suits. Men de
siring1 made to order clothes
should consult them.
The Washington dispatches
stales that Albert Klccb has
been apoinlcd postmaster at
Elton to succeed 1C. Haumont
who has resigned. William F.
Forest has been appointed post
master at Walworth to succeed
L. O. Rublce who resigned.
Campbell & Son have moved
their candy kilchen from the
Soulh-side square inlo the room
formerly occupied in Ihe Dierk's
block by Uruggeman & Slienway.
The building vacated by the
Candy Kitchen will be occupied
by C. E. Ueavcrs , who expects
soon lo put in a 10 cent sloro.
Dr. C M. Hcadrick physician
lo Ihc Sanitarium dcpartmcnl of
Ihe Hastings City Hospital , will
visit Broken Bow , Monday Kebr. ,
15th. , Office at Grand Central
Hotol. All chronic diseases
treated by modern successful
methods. Consultation and ex
Ernest Wray Oneal the popu
lar lecturer will fill the next date
on the local Entertainment course
on Febr. 19th , , at the Temple
Theater Mr. O'neal's home is
in Aurora. lie is a very power
ful platform speaker , a student
aud a deep thinker. His lectures
are an immense fund of oratory ,
given in a well modolatcd voice
under perfect control aud with a
pleasing delivery and a good
platform appearance. The
Omaha Bee speaks of Mr Oncal
as a mosl effective and eloquent
Tickets for this entertainment
will be on sale alllacberle's drug
slore February 17 , 1909.
J. II. Chapman of Kearney ,
who was the former editor of the
Ansley Chronicle and the Repub
lican , was in the city the first of
the week shaking hands with his
old friends here. Mr. Chapman
at the present is making his head
quarters at Kearney as an em
ployee of the Traus-Missippi
The Aiiselino Sale.
The Market Day Sale at An
selmo last Saturday held by
Managers Tinder and O'Rorke of
this city was well attended in
spite of the bad weather Satur
day morning and everything sold
that was put up for sale. The
sales arc attracting' ' a good many
buyers from outside of Anselmo
and the managers slale that Ihe
stuff is bringing good prices.
E. M. Cunningham , Arnold , 21
Elsie E. Maxson , 21
Clarence L. Dunn , Callaway , 21
Arwena Lang , " 18
IF YOU BUY A CAR BEFORE YOU SEE TOE
Do not look at the
Jackson afterwards he-
cause you will always
regret that you did not
htiy it. Note ( he sixe
of our engine and ils
hill climbing abilities.
See our Motto : "No
Hill too Steep , No sand
too Deep. " I will be glad to demonstrate the Jadcson to Prospective buyers.
J. S. McGRAW. Agent
w E just purchased to-day KKHRUAKY 11 , 80 acres , the North
halt' South west quarter section 30 , range , 20 township 10 ,
through , J. S. AIcGraw. This 80 is located near Wai-
worth , Nebr. , in Middle Loup Valley , and is for sale at
$1500.00 cash , it is worth $25.00 per acre.
The 280 acres that were advertised last week I think is
sold , report of sale will be announced next week.
IF you have a bargain to offer call on us , if you want to
buy a bargin call on us :
Broken Bow , - - Nebraska