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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1909)
THJ3 hlfiPUBLIOAN , OUSTEl COUNTY. NU13KASKA , n
BUSINESS DIRECTORY , $
I TJI3S REPUBLICAN I
! j JOB PRINTING |
AS YOU LIKE IT
; : ALL KIND1 * OF WELLS ! !
Consult him if you want water.
UKOKKN How - - Nr.BR.
! EDWARD DODD j
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON |
| Diseases of women n Specialty. Of- j
F.ce phone 260. Residence 248. All j
cases promptly attended. J
| BANGS STUDIO
| EAST SIDE OF SQUARE
\ Photograph * ) dllson and Columbia \
; Phonographs ami Records. : : : - : J
Airrnts for Chlckcrltifr , Ivers & I'oml
J anil Star Pianos. : - : : : : |
| WE CAN SAVH YOU MONEY j
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| DR. CHRISTBfJSEN E
EYE. OK. NOSE , TUKOAT AND
I Pitting of Glasses a Specialty. j
f - OrriCE IN REAL.ITY BLOCK - *
Silas A. Holcoinb. Kilwin P. Myers.
TTOL.COMB & MYERS
Special attention given to Lltlpatccl
i matters , 1'robatc matters and col-
> lections. . . . ' . . ' . . ' . J
OKFICU IN MYnilS BUILDINO
Ureter. How , Nebraska.
A A A. A A A A A A
J. L. EERGURON.
Notary Public ,
Comstock , Nebraska. Nebrask' 3' '
REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE J
FARMS AND RANCHES FOR RENT <
LEGAL * PAPERS DRAWN J
Surveying anil Platting Neatly Done J
HARRY KIM BALL ,
g&r Licnsed Embalmer
Business phone , 301. Residence 3348
N. DWIGIIT FORD
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AN'SLEV - NEBR.
John S. JVIegpatu
FARM AND CITY X.O.VNS
AND SURKTV BONDS
CHAS. E. STOUT
CONFECTIONARY , CIGARS
Broken Bow , Nebr.
DR. G. V. BARTHOLOMEW
Physician & Surgeon
All calls promptly attended
day or night.
Office in rear of Realty Block
National Shining Parlor
Pllvnto Chairs For Ladles
Five cents every day
$1.00 A Month
EVBRV DAY SHINE
PUItO $ I OO
Pant s BO
Coats - 50
Miss Joy Riggs has been un
able to attend school this wee
on account of a serious case o
! STRICTLY PERSONAL
The Becjamin Stock Co. will
lake you laugh.
Miss Vera Myers went to L iu-
olti Monday for a couple days
"The Cowboy and the Girl"
he greatest western play ever
Judge Humphrey spent a few
ay the first of the week on his
anch on the South Loup.
Mrs. Sidwell and her daughter
Mrs. Renquist , left for Benedict
he forepart of the week.
E. C. House , is having life
lade miserable for him , by a
elon on one of his fingers.
Spend "A Night in China
Town" by seeing the production
t the Great Upera House.
Benjamin Stock Co. , North
Side Opra House , three nights
) egintiing Monda } * , March 8th.
L. C. Appehnan , of Alliance ,
s in the city this week represent-
ng the Western Office Supply Co.
Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Brenizer re-
timed from their sojourn in
* cxas the latter part of last
D 0. Brown came up from
vincoln last Friday night , and
vas the guest for a few days of
lis brother J. B. Brown.
Charles L. Smith left the fore-
) art of the week , on a busines
rip to Scotts Bluffs and the
eastern part of Wyoming.
Miss Winnie Joyncr came down
from Merua last Friday , and re
mained in town a few days , look-
ng after business interests.
Mrs. C. A. Melviu , who has
made a six weeks visit with her
ister Mrs. Hughes , returned
VIonday to her home at Curtis.
Mrs. W. Ilarorw and two child-
en , came up from Omaha Satur
day and spent Sunday here with
icr husband , who is a traveling-
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Clifton , of
vearne } ' , who were for a few
lays the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
G. VanCott , returned home
Judge C. L Guttcrson , left
l\ietday for Lincoln , where he
oincd a party of tourists for
) oints in Mexico , including Mex-
J. Lzird , the genial proprietor
of the Commercial Hotel , has
been confined to his room the
> ast tcs da > B , with a bad case of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackwell
who reside northeast of town are
the proud parents of a fine baby
boy , who arrived in their home
Charlie Gadd , left last week
for Bridgport , where he expects
to remain over tho. summer.
Charlie will play ball , this season
with the Alliance nine.
John E. Myers , of the South
Loup , was in the city Kridiy and
Saturday visiting his sous , Ed
ward and Herbert , and looking
after business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Myers , oi
Benedict , who have been visiting
Mrs. Myers' relatives in this vi
cinity for a few days , returnee
to Benedict Friday morning.
Mrs. Cox who has spent the
past few weeks with her son in
Omaha , returned to the Bow Sat
urday , and is the guest ot her
daughter Mrs. E. R. Purcell.
Mrs. O. K. Campbell , of Gibbon
who came up to visit Mr. ant1
Mrs. J. G. VanCott , last week
was called home the day afte
her arrival , by the sudden illncs
of her son.
Mr. Grimes , father of Mrs
Frank Mauk , left Monday , fo
Mammoth , 111 , , where he wil
visit with his son , before he re
turns to his home in England
M > . Grimes has made Nebraska
his home for four years. ,
Mrs Emma Sidwcll , has pack
ed her household goods , and will
visit with her daughter until
sotiic time this spring , when she
intends building a home for her
self in York.
Arthur Squires , son of A. W.
Squires , formerly a resident ot
Broken Bow , who has been in
Missouri for some fifteen years is
back here for a visit with friends
and relatives ,
0. J. Shaw of Aurora , who was
in the city last week conferring
with the city council with re
ference to putting in an electric
light system , returned to Aurora
last Friday morning-
Fred Ream , the water commis
sioner , who has been confined to
his bed for a couple of weeks , the
result of a bad fall into a deep
hole at his hydrant , we are glad
to say is slowly convalcsceing.
Myrtle L-yell left Monday night
for her home in Lincoln. Miss
Lyell has been working in the
County Treasurer's office this
winter , and may return to this
Dr. Summers , a surgeon , of
Omaha , who was called to Auslcy
on professional business , spent
cveral hours in the Bow Satur-
ay the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Willis Talbot at seven o'clock
O. P. Sells , of Sterling , Cole ,
who was in the city last week
rying to interest some of the Bro-
ecu Bow business men in organic-
ng a company to secure a fran
chise for putting in an electric
ight system in the city , left Fri
day for Grand Island.
J. S. McGraw , who was in
Omaha for the automobile show
states that he
conferred with an
engineer while there and reciev-
ecl considerable encouragement
on his proposition to dam the
Middle Loup for the purpose of
furnish ing power.
D.E. Bander , who is building a
church on Cliff Table west of
Merna , was in the city Saturday
and Sunday. Mr. Bander says
that he expects his sous David
and Vernou home in a short
time. David is visiting in Grand
Island now and Vernou is in
Mrs. Macky Smith , of Coving-
ton , Virginia , is the guest of her
brother-in-law's family , Mr. and
Mrs. Charles L. Smith. Mrs.
Smith arrived in Ausclmo Sun
day , accompanied by Miss An
drews who has been in the east ,
where she spent a few days be
fore coming to the Bow.
Rev. C. C. Rollet , Department
secretary of the sixlh missionary
district of the Episcopal church
preached at St. John's church
last Friday evening. The Rev
erend gentleman is a pleasant
able , and forceful speaker. The
music WES a feature of the ser-
vice. Kev. Ivollct while in the city
was the guest of Rev. and Mrs.
VV. H. Xanders. He left Satur
day morning for Grand Island1.
At the Gold Medal Mining Go's
banquet held at Stout's restaur
ant last Thursday evening , S. J.
Lonergan was elected president ,
C. II. Kamuion vice pacsidcnt ,
G. F. Bartholuiew , secretary , II.
II. Lomax , treasurer , and R. T.
Walker , superintendent. W. W.
Dye and William Dundar. of
IComstock j , and R. A. Hunter , of
this city were elected as addit
ional members of the Board of
Directors. The company expects
this spring to install a twenty
stamp mill for crushing ore.
The contract for the erection
of the Presbyterian parsonage
was awarded to Papineau and
Osborne. when the bids were
opened last Tuesday morning.
They expect to begin work at
once and will have the parson
age completed in about ninety
Van Cott & Roecker
Broken Bow , Nebraska ,
Fred Grovicr spent Saturday
and Sunday at his home near
Auctioneer II. A. Tinder is
confined to his room tins week
with a bad case of the mumps.
Messrs. Amos and Ilivley , of
Westerville , who have been oper
ating a pool hall in that city ,
were arrested Tuesday morning
on the charge of running a dis
orderly house. The preliminary
trial will be tomorrow.
The Kcv. J. E. Aubrey will
speak Sunday morning at the
Presbyterian church on "Choos
ing a Master" in the evening on
"The ' "
The offorlories are "I'll Pray for
Ye" in F. by Verdi , and "Consol
ation" in B , flat by Mcndelsshon.
Miss Dill is organist. The male
quartet will sing in the evening.
The men's Bible class will hold
its first meeting at 10.15 a. m
Sunday and begins a character
study of the Old Testament in
A initial School meeting.
The annual school meeting of
Broken Bow will be held at the
Court House on Monday evening
March 15 , I'M)1) ' at 7:30 : , for the
purpose of nominating three
members of the Board of Educa
tion. The retiring members of
arc Jules Hautnout and George
Waters , whose terms expire , and
ER. . Purcell , who was appoint
ed to fill the unexpircd term of
J. R. Dean ,
By order of the Board of Edu
A R. Humphrey , President.
L. II. Jewctt , Secretary ,
William E. Wolford , Ansley , 23
Myrtle Watson , Auslcy , 20
Oscar O. Gilbert , Callaway , 27
Edna Liuny , .Oconto , 23
John Wood , Broken Bow , -10
Hattie M. Chapin , B Bow , 17
Andrew D. Peterson , Weiscrt 2 ( >
Efiie E. Barnes , Broken Bow , 25
E HAVE just added another room to our already
Good Sized Store , have increased our Stock , and
in a short time will "be prepared to handle a
- : - Ladies'
Furnishing Room - : -
We have an up to date line of Ladies' Spring suits on hand , and
are expecting a great many more any day. Also a largo number of
Ladies' Skirts , Summer Dresses , Waists , Dressing Sacks , Kimouas , etc.
These we will put in our new room making of it a Ladies Furnishing
Ladies' Summer Dress Goods
We have an elegant line of Summer Dress Goods such as Organdies
Percales , Pongees , foulards , suesines and silks.
- : - Mens' Suits and Hats
Our Spring Line of Mens'Suits is better than ever before , and we
have a fine line of Mens * Spring and Summer Hats , - - : -
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- : Peter's Shoess
We carry Peter's Shoes and have the largest stock of Shoes of
any store in western Nebraska. -
Snyder Bros. ( § L Co.
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