Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, February 25, 1909, Page 6, Image 6

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fl 'J lite HI' ' ! PUBLICAN , OUBTlilit COUNTY , NIfiUilAHKA.
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WSTEKUAV we purchased the south east 18-18-
i20 , bu' WL- may not get the deed. This 100
acres together with the Montgomery hud
adjoining , gave us 7 0 acres which we had ex
pected to otVer today at $ ll2. . " > 0 per acre and
would make ah fine a ranch for tlu- money as
you can find.Vo are in hopes to still get this 16U acres a hove men
tioned. But if we don't , the fi0 ( ? acres at $1L'.5U per acre is a bargain.
Per a new proposition we otVer 1(30 ( acres eight or ten miles from
Broken Bow , Sod House 3 rooms , Frame Stable , 8 head of hoises. Hot
House 8x81 feet , buggy shed , Hen House , Milk House , SO rods to school ,
Well , New Mill , Tank , 70 acres in cultivation. All good black loan soil. '
Price $4000.00 , encumbrance $1250.00. $1500.00 cash.
Broken Bow * Nebraka
GEORGETOWN NEWS.
A. V. Spurtfin transacted busi
ness in Oconto Saturday.
S. S. McCounell shipped a car
load of cattle to Ouiaha on Wed
nesday.
Several of our fanners attended
the public sales held last week iu
this and adjoining neighbor
hoods.
Uncle Johmc Myers purchased
some milch cows at the Geighton
sale last Wednesday.
Frank and Roy Spry ol Miller
attended the sale at Hy Moore's
Tuesday of last week return ing
home on Wednesday.
Frank Coulcy of Broken Bow
visited at P. P. Becka on Wed
nesday.
Henry Clouse has employed
Herman Pierce and his wife to
carry mail and take care of his
store at Georgetown. Mr. Clouse
will spend most of his time in his
store at Suuiner.
C. C. Smith and family visited
at Win , Spy's Sunday.
The thawing of large snow
drifts has left sonic of oui roads
in bad condition which will call
for some work on the part of the
road overseer ,
Mrs. Ada Todd visited at C.
C. Smith's on Thursday.
Mrs , Peter Beck and daughter
Alice met with quite a serious
accident while out driving last
Friday. While driving along
ear A. V. Spurgin's their team
t)3came unmanageable and ran
over a bank and into a telephone
; polo throwing them both out.
JMrs. Beck striking on the back
of her head was rendered uncoii-
cious. She was taken to A. V.
JSpurgin's and Dr. Taylor of Ocon
to was called to wait upon her.
Fortunately no bones were brok
enalthough several severe bruises
were sustained. She is improv
ing nicely nt this-writing. Alice
escaped witli nut injury.
/unibrota 7cplirs
Walter Hall nf Oallawayper
Sunday night with his cousin ,
M.D. Callen.
Misses Belle and Verna Sands
and her brother Frank , spent
Sunday with J. B. llolcomlA * in
the Bow.
Mr. and Mrs.V. . W. B .shop ,
visited at Litchlield the fust ot
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. ( J. Heaps me
staying at the Bishop farm at
present. Mr. Heaps did not o
last week as he had planned.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Clrifhth of
Broken Bow spent Sunday in
Tappeu Valley , atCi. J. Martin' : ? .
Mr. Small is expected here tlite
week to take possession of his
farm formerly known as the Jack
Martin place.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tumor of
the Bow. were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Heaps over Sun
day.
Mrs , Maiy Beldiug of Carnuig ,
Iowa , who has been visiting her
brother , M. DCallen for I he last
mouth , expects to slart for her
home next Saturday.
Frank Callen of Callaway spent
a few days last week at M. L ) .
Callen's. He was accompanied
home by his nephew , Ralph
Belding who haa been here from
Iowa the past month.
Mrs. Russoui and pupils gave a
short program last Friday after
noon , in honor of Lincoln and
Waahiugton'a biitlulay.
Thad Smith and Mr , McLaiu
put a tower and mill up for Miles
Callen the first of the week.
This being the 35th that they
have put up since the , win < l
storm.
Mr. Unit will stay on Thomas
Adam's place again this year.
.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cramer arc
back again in our neighborhood
for a few das.
Westenille News.
Mr. A , W.Cophcy isslill under
the doctor's cire.
Mrs. John Scott is reported
nek and under the doctors care.
Air. F S. Ha > * and Frank
liaker have all put in electric
light plants in their homes.
Wo had another heavy fall of
snow on the 23rdhich was
hard on slock.
Mr. ( leo. Neidt taken the train
tonight for Omaha to learn to be
a lonsorial artist.
Joss Williams has gone to visit
his parents in Iowa.
Their is talk of putting in a
new farmers telephone line iu
this neighborhood in the spring
astheCunie line is not giving
satisfaction.
MVSON cnv HUMS.
The livery bams of H , Duncans
and Parie Smith , changed hands
last Saturday. Williams and
Tracy bought them an.l consoli
dated them , they intend to put iu
an auto livery in the near future
Mrs. Paul Marley has returned
to Mason City for a bhort time ,
she has been staying in New
York City During the fall and
winter.
John Stack and hii brother ar
rived here last Sunday with three
car load of cattle.
Tuesday was a very stormy day
snowy and drizzling.
Her Word at a Discount.
Mrc. Frost Mrs. Brpwu says you're
o atliiKlest wunmu alive.
Mrs. Sn w Well , do you tlilnk fOJ
njotnunt I tmllovo berl . . , _ i _ _
COMEJOJHE
NORTH SIDE
When in Town
Come over io the
north side to do your
trading and put up your
team with me. I will
give yon the best ser-
\ ice in thu city at the
most reasonable rates.
J. H. SPAIN
NORTH SIDE LIVFRY
RRUkrN HOW. . . NH1RSKA \
CHINA
WARE
The best line of 5
and 10 cent Glass and
China Ware we have
hail yet. .Insfc re
ceived.
You'll have to hurry ,
they are going fast.
Till ! WATTS BOOK STORI :
ClI.-A.W.IIolcoinb
1 OK SU.K 11V
ar.
Notional Shining Parlor
Pllva'u CMialis r r laid s
Five c-nts every day
$1 00 A Month
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I \ .r. ti s.i-
Clothes Gleaned
sims - - i QO
Pnnt a - 5O
Coata - 50
Overcoats . . O5
Quite Likely.
"We thought. " said the reporter ,
"you might caie to aay something
abuut these charges against > ou"
"No , " tepllod the crooked public of-
llclul , "I believe that 'silence Is gal-
deu. ' "
"Well , " icplled the reporter , "per
haps the public might believe It'a
nieiely gilt Iu this case. " Philadel
phia V
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TAKE NOTBQE
"K/TYSPKINd line of Huys , Carpets , Malting , |
Porliers and Couch Covers aru arriving1
almost daily , in the following sizes : 8ft 'Hn x 10
ft 6 in , 9xlt , 9 x 1 > , lift 3in x 12 , and 12 x 15 , in
room sizes or we can
Have Carpet Made JLJp
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to fit any si/.ed room. Our prices on Hugs , Car
pels and Kurnituro are right. Bring your Cata
logue with you and inspect our goods. We will
meet Catalogue prices on the same quality of
goods or make you a present.
We want your patronage
and our Motto is "A Square
Deal " ,
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you would he interested , wouldn't you ?
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appraisal j'ourself ? It will not take
i much clairvo3ranc3r on your part to
find opportunities , price-concessions ,
! chances to buy and sell and to esti
mate the money worth of these to } Tour-
self.
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i tions that appeal to 3011 , and to discard
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