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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1909)
8 I'HEIJREPUBLICAN , OUSTJflll COUNTY , NEBRASKA.
THE NEW FAIR STORE.
Don't Forgot Our Special Sales.
Your Pennies will tf ° I'arlhc.sl al tin * KAIK
STOHI'J. ' It is wonderful what a few I'm lies
will buy in our . " > and 10 cent department , and
every article is useful about , the home
This department request.1 ! the honor of your
presence , and begs to inform you that on Sat
urday , March 13 , we will hold a special hale of
Tinware and CJranile ware.
Broken Bow , Nebraska.
BROKEN BOW , NEBR.
3 Males , 22 Sows all past one year ( old
THE FINE BOAR , PETER THE GREAT
AND TWO OTHERS
Some Mighty Good Individuals
in this Herd ,
We arc selling- this herd to make room for the
finest Duroc .Terse } ' herd in Custer Count ) ' .
WILLIS CADWELL , RAY II. CADWELL
In Our Harness
and CAKEI'MTL ' WORKMAN
SHIP are what counts in HARNESS.
YOU remember the QUALITY of the
I FARM 10SS and the service it gives you 1on ;
after the price is forgotten.
In making our harness we use only the
niUSTOl LIOATHItJKaiKl ISVR1IY CAItR is
taken to give you l-MOm TOT WORKMAN
Come in and let us show you oir : line of
HARNESS , SADDLKS , I FALTERS , HAF-t-
N10SS FIXTUR10S , WHIPS , BLANKETS.
Robinson fe ? Tuttle , S
THE HARNESS MEN
Ortcllo news got snowed under
J. C. Baker's children are quite
Mrs. Ingrain is quite sick al
Mr. Brings moved onto the
Catron place Monday.
Mr. Bryant has moved on his
farm in this valley.
The many friends of J. R.
Baker arc sorry to learn that he
is no better.
Fred Hostick and family anil
frank Patton and family , of
Mcrna , visited atChas. Itostick's
MARCH 1st , 11)01) ) ) was a rod letter day for land business at ,
M our otlice. The Total transfers of real easte , March 1 , 0 ( . at
the Recorders ollice was $101,000 , over half i.f which to-wit
$ fi , ) ,000 , was in our otlice.
There is considerable gratification to us in this fact , for the reason
that there has been on the part of quite a few wise acres more or lets
talk on the streets that Oadwell could not make good on some of his pur
chases. H was very true that our deals for March 1st , 11)09 ) , totaled a
much larger sum than any we had ever tackled before.
But Cadwell knew where he was al , while the would be adviser and
talker for the general public did not , know as usual what he was talking
We have'two deals for clients yet to close pending examination of
abstracts , and then we closed one deal Saturday for $1)000.00 ) and we can
announce the sale of N 2 , SW1 , section 'HVJO-19 , the HO we advertised
two weeks ago to W. H. Predmore , for Mr , Predmore does not back out
when he gives his word.
P , S. Also'we , report sale of 10 acres with housti in section 28'lf-
20 to Alfred M. Cook for $3500.00.
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Broken Bo\v Nebraka
\ , - -
Mrs. Geo. Hughes is visiting
it A. D. Hunt's.
Mr. and Mrs. Wachtcr were
called to Alenia Friday to Merna ,
Friday , by the illness of Mrs.
Geo. Hughes and R. D. Ander
son hauled their household goods
to Callaway , and left from there
for Lincoln county.
A. W. Comscy is improving
some and is able lo be around.
Lee Scott is under the Dr's
care with a sore hand.
Mrs. John Scott is improving
We understand the Count ;
Attorney sent down after ou
pool hall man. He ought to of
sent after the hall.
W. G. Scott returned from
Wisconsin last Friday , he says
there is too much snow there for
him. Old Custer suits him
K. J. Litchenberger , of Calla
way , is in the city today visiting
his son who is attending Custer
of your house once in a
while is a good idea. It
makes it look new , besides
it prevents decay. Only the
PAINTS AND OILS
should be used. Some
Paints are worthless ,
neither preserving or pro
tecting. They arc made of
poor Oils and poor White
Lead. We are not offering
that kind. The Paints we
have are worthy of the ful
lest confidence. Weguarau-
tee our Paints not to peel ,
crack , or wear off until they
have done their full duty.
DRUGS u d JEWELRY.
Git Into BusinmurYourstlf
A BUCK CEMENT BLOCK MACHINE
will make you money , Thi BUDK is the only
two-piece , self-binding , self-lock-
ing , water-proof , frost-proof.sani-
tary , dry-air block made Takes
less material and is madequicker
than any other block. Write to
day and Itt in till you all about it ,
nd how you can mike ftoui IMooto
* $10 ooevery C y that you woik. Bxclu *
l l livetUlil In acb county. Gt In lint.
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14th ind f ul Stl ,
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Back For Three Nights
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The Benjamin Stock Co. I
Which has Broken Four House Records in Six \Yeeks \ ,
Will present three new plays
TEMPHST and SUNSHINE
THE COWBOY awlTHKGIRL
I A NIGHT IN CHINA TOWN
Great Opera House | ! I
Monday , Tuesday , and Wednesday , nights
OF NEXT WEEK
Tickets on Sale at Usual Places
LiOMiiiriOTiMirinimim r r-
Ready made clothes are not made with the idea of
becoming- any particular individual and do not conform
to his tastes and characterstics.
When we make your suit for } TOUve STUDY
YOUR PECULIAR IT 158 and YOUR TASTE. No
two men are P.UFLT .1UST A."LI 1CU and no hvofmen >
can wear the same suit and have it give their dress a
stylish and artistic effect. Tf you wanlJS'OUR
CLOTHES to be BECOMING and APPEAR$3RESSY
you must have ti trained artist , to MAKE THEM
ESPEC1A1 , LY F ( ) R Y ( ) fj.
Come in and see our compelete line of spring and
summer goods and let us talk it over with you.
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13ROK1SN HOW , XTC1BRASKA.
iPHHBi rir iiiHiirlii i" 111
SWEEPSTAKE DUROC JERSEYS
C'usler ' Couuiy I Ford of Dnrors
Sweepstakes FFenl of Custer C'ount ' ) '
50' SALE OF FIFTY HEAD 50
"Bred Sows and CUts from this Herd
at Broken "How on : : : : : : :
SATURDAY A1ARCII 27 , (909. (
Mates to such Sires as Crimson Wonder
J. , and sons of Kant Re T'eat , Invent
or and Echo Top. : : ; ; : ; : :
JOHN REESE , Owner
Col.T. C. CALLAIIANUllf , . . .
Col. JUl ) KAY , ]
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