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T11E REPUBLICAN , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA.
I BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1
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FRANK KraLSl TYT
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1SDWARD DOD1. )
Uiseases of v\otiieu a Specialty. Of
fice pboue 260. Residence 2 3. All
cases promptly attended.
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I'liouotrrapb1) and Kcrords. : : ' ' ' .
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ni.utfis , I'lob.ite matteis and collections -
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Cuiiibtock. Nebraska. Nclir.xsUa.
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FARMS AND RANCHES FOR RENT ]
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HARRY KIM BALL ,
f&r Licnseci Embalmer
Husiness phone , 301. Residence
UraCcou. How , Nob.
N. DWIGIIT PORD
ATTORNEY AND COUNiU-I.OR
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John S. JVIegnatu
FA KM AND CITV l.O
AND M'llKTV JtONHS
C'.IAS. P. . STOUT
CONFECTIONARY , CIOARS
Broken Dow , Ni-br.
IF YOU'VE GOT
g little more nioncy than you need
for every- Jay uses , that's liable to
find its way to Wall Street some
time " for goodness' sake" in-
\est 15 rents of it in the Manh
KVliRYUODY'S and find out
how nniih chance you've yet in
the big fellows' game. "
Your 1 5 tfnta will pay you bail.
FOR SALE SATURDAY BY
C. II. (3 * . A. VV.
liy ; i iksInto h-atl am
' i fituc.iUuiial loiTfs ol tincun
( uuat ) ul CU--.UT. in v\lust * M'luiulb I \\.is .
[ | iuui | lit ally so cars iigo I liercli ) lormalh
aniiuuiit inyM'll a caiulUlatt * tor the | iuslti i
rot Count \ Siiiifiliitt'iiilt'iU of I'ulille Iiistrui
lion. I lii\c ; .ulvoratfil ri'iiuliilrau iiiincl
fur K > > ears anil am thus asking the UK
uHu ) > a honor at lu'liiL' Its nominee at tin
[ "coming fleitluii.
\V WATKIH ,
Iy , C. Watson of Auschuo was
in city Sunilay.
C. II. Knllcr came over from
Judge Hosteller returned to
Koarnc } ' last Saturday ,
Dr. Barlholmcw made a flying1
trip to Mcnia last Sat.
Miss Christina Springer spent
Sunday \\ilh her niollier.
Fred Dill entertained the train
crew of No. 3 ( > at dinner Sun
Mr. and Mrs. John Howley of
New Helena , were in town Sat
} J. Leonard of Merna was tran
sacting business in the city
Mr. and Mis. Clyde Carlos
visited in Analey the latter part
of last week.
T. W. Berry of Wcsterville
was transacting bnisucss in the
Harry Ilolley , of Wcslerville ,
was transacting bnisness in the
: ity Monday.
Mis. I-.lTic Uean returned Sat
urday from a business trip to
DJS Moines Iowa.
Aubrey Martin left Tuesday
morning- for St. Paul to spend a
few days visiting there.
Gladys Bass of Ansclmo ,
spent Sunday in the Bow the
yiust of Dr. and Mrs. Bass.
I. 11. McLean and Charles
Sweeney spent a couple daS in
Dunning- the latter -part of last
Kd. Penn hurt his left hand
quite seriously last Saturday on
mieitc and is laid up this
Lester Coilctt left lor Omaha
Tuesday to spend a few days tak-
ngiu the jiwcler'sconviiitiou t.t
C.ishier S. K. Warrick , of the
Jrokeu Bow Stale Bank , was in
the city this week looking after
ils inicrcsls in the bank.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Kllinjrsou's
ittle yiil. Klhel , died Wulnehday
uorninf [ at six o\l > ck. I'Hhel
was one and one-half year's old.
Mrs C. J. Christensen who has
bjen spending- the bast week
w. Hi her sister ai Hampton re
turned home the fust of the
Mis. 1' . Maulick returned the
fist of the week fium Omaha ,
\\bctcslu' spent ten das tlu-
yuest ul her daughter Mis. 1-J. M.
Mis J. 15. Shciman who has
been \ . , her aunt Mrs. J. M
Hughes returned to her home at
St Joseph , Mo. last Saturday
Miss I'imma Kien : ; who has
bci-n visiting svith her patents in
Merna and w.th frie-ids in this
city rotuined to Ciiand T .land
Dr. Willis Talbol is taking in
the Automobile show in Omaha
this week. He went down Wed
nesday and will return the la t of
Assistant Cashier K. D.
Pickett , of the Security State
Bank , made a business liip to
Omaha last Friday and returned
d. L. Crookham , of Kearney ,
was transacting- business in the
city Saturday. Mr. Crookham
experts soon to move on hi
ranch on the South Loup.
Waller J. Woods arrived iu the
city Friday from the cast where
he cpent borne time visiting le-
lalives. Mr. Woods after a few
tlajs vifithcre left for hi-1 , home
in Abeideen Oiegon.
Mrs. Kflic Bean , who has been
conducting- milli'iery store on
the south side of the rqiure , has
sold her stock of goods to Mrs.
Laura Pcnn and Mrs. Melloofjan.
They are invoicing- stock and
expect to close the deal the last
of the week , Mrs. Bean will
take a much needed rest.
Mr. Chas. Willis is at the Auto
Show , in Omaha , this week.
C. W. Bowman went to
Omaha this week lo see the Auto
Mr. M. K. McMillan of Wester-
ville was in town Tuesday to at
tend the Ilolley Berry wedding- .
An "Itiaugeral Ball" will he
given next Thursday nig-ht ,
March'lth , livery one is cord
O. II. Conrad , and his son
Arthur , arc taking in the sights
at the Automobile Show in
Omaha this week.
S. L. Miller , of Ihe firm of
Miller & Kenned v , returned from
Omaha last Saluiday. Mr. Mill
er took in Ihc Hardware Dealers
Association while in Omaha and
shipped back a car of John Deere
Bert and ( Jeorpc Scmlcr and
Kred Hartley , of Sargent , came
oycr lo Broken Bow Sunday. Berl
Setnler and Fred Hartley lefl
Monday night for Wyoming to
spend sometime taking in the
Bights in that pat I of the country.
Mrs. f5raves , wife of the Rev.
Anson K. Graves D. D. Bishop
of the Diocese of Kearney will
speak to the members and friends
of the Ladies Guild of the Epis
copal church next Thursday after
noon at the rectory.
Manager O. J. Shaw , of the
Aurora Klectric Light Company ,
arrived in the city last evening
to be present at the meeting of
the city council last nighl , and
confer with the council with re
ference lo a franchise , which he
submitted for pulling in an elec
tric light system.
Miss Klise Koss , of New Helena ,
spent Sunday with Miss Grace
Cole. Miss Koss had bcon in
Lincoln studying up on the lalcsl
styles in trimming- and expects
in a couple of weeks to go to
Oug , Nebraska lo accept a posi-
lion as trimmer in one of the
The Dorcas Society of the
Christian church met Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. John Brown.
The meeting was largely attend
ed and fancy work engaged the
attention of the ladies a large
part of the afternoon. A short
business session was followed by
the serving of dainty refresh
ments by the hostess.
Snyder Brothers are tearing
down Ihc petition between their
store and the room formerly oc
cupied by J. W. Scott and are
arranging lo have Iheir slore oc
cupy Ihe three rooms. Tuis will
give them the largest lloor space
oi any tirm in the city and Ihcy
expect to carry the largest line of
goods of any firm in western Ne
Mrs. Depew and Miss Linscy
of South Bend , Indiana , are the
guests for a few weeks , of Mrs.
Dcpc\\'s brother , Mr. K Simmons ,
who resides southeast of town.
The ladies are on their way home
from an extended trip through
Texas , Mexico and California.
Mr. and Mrs. 10. Simmons will
entertain Ihe Country Card Club ,
during their slay with them.
A meeting of a number of the
representative business men of
the city was held Tucsdaj after
noon in Cadwell and McGraw's
oflicc for the purpose of consider
ing the advisibility of putting a
dam on the Middle Loup River to
furnish power for the operation
of an eleclriclighlsyslcm. After
thoroughly discussing the matter
it was found to not be advisable
because of the enormous amount
of capital necessary to propeily
put the plan into execution.
A. Decker , representing the
Omaha Bee , arrived in the city
yesterday morning and will spend
two or three days here collecting
information on Cusler county for
an article in the Sunday Bee.
Mr. Decker expects to get twelve
photos that are rcpresentalivc of
Cusler county and will collect in
formation concerning its schools
its wealth and ils products. Mr
Decker is a special correspondent
for the Bee and has BO far writlei
up sixty-three counties in this
Miss Ruth Ilagcr of Alliance ,
is the guest of Miss Olivcne
Watts this week. Miss Ilagger
came down from Alliance Sun
day evening and furnished two
specialities between acts of the
Company M play Monday night.
The Three act Military Comedy
Drama entitled "Knlislcd for the
War" presented at the Opera
House last Monday night under
the diicclion of Mrs. Hatlic
Speake , was a great success.
The Company played to a crowd
ed house and the work cast and
the specialties between acls were
The B. Y. P. U. will give a
social at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Olmstcd Friday nighl
Feb. 2 ( > .
PRISKYII.KlAiS : UIUKUI.
You arc invited to worship at
the Presbyterian Church next
Subjects , 11 a. m. "God's Promise
to the Upright. " 7:30 : a. in.
"Some people you ought to know. '
The Male Ouartet will sing at
the evening service , and the new
Gospel songs of Chas. M. Alex
ander will be used.
J. 1C. Aubrey ,
Benjamin Company Coining.
The Benjamin Stock Co. is
playing three nights in Mason
City this week. Next week the
company will play in Anslcy and
Litchfield and they will be at the
North side opera house on March
8MO. . The company made a
very favorable impression on the
people when it was here in Jan
uary and the people of the city
will be pleased to hear of ils com
ing again on March Slh ,
In the presence of only a few
relatives Miss Kva Ilolley and
1 lie Very Choicest
in Wall Paper designs for
Spring and Summer arc
now beintf shown licre.
Don't Hunk of making se
lect ions until yon have
seen our patterns. If
yon have artistic taste , a
visit to onrstore will be
as pleasing-as a view of
an art collection. All
prices from lOc upwards.
DRUGS rvnd JEWELRY.
Mr. Tom W. Berry , both of Wcst-
crvillc , were united in marriage
Tucsd-vy morning' at ten o'clock
at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic
Father Moscr performed the
ceremony and the nuptial mass
which followed it.
The bride wore a very pretty
gown of white silk. The brides
maid was Miss Maud Ilolley ,
sister of the bride , and wore grey
voillc. Mr. Harry Ilolley brother
of the bride was groomsman.
The bridal party returned to
Westcrvillc during the day and
in the evening a reception was
held at the home of the bride's
E just added another room to our already
Good Sized Store , 'have increased our Stock , and
: SVvIn a short time will be prepared to handle a 5
big busines. 1 \
i urnistiing tioom
i ? (5-J7
I Wo have an up to < late line of Ladies' Spring suits on hands and
are oxpocting1 a g'reai many more any day. Also a largo number ol'
Ladies' Skirts , Summer Dresses , Waists , hrcssing Sacks , Kimonas , etc.
Those we will put in our new room making of it a Ladies .Furnishing1
Ladies" Summer Dress Goods
We have an elegant line of Summer Dress Goods sueb as Organdies
Percales , Pongees , foulards , sues'mes and silks.
- : - Mens9 Suits and Hats
Our Spring Line of ftlens' Suits is belter than ever before , and we
have a fine line of Mens' Spring and Summer Hats ,
i We carry Peter's Shoes and liuvs the largest stock ol Shoes nf
any store in western Nebraska. : -