Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, March 11, 1909, Page 5, Image 5

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    THE .REPUBLICAN , OUS'l'Kl ? COUNTY , NKI3JUSKA.
| j BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
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Discuses of women n Specialty. Of. i [
f.ce phone 260. Residence 248. All *
c.Ties promptly attended
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IMQATj KSTATia-rNSUKANCIO
E 'FARMS AND RANCHES FOR RENT
> MIC.I < PA1MJRS DRAWN
Sur\ehiffaiil ! 1'Iatlinif Neatly Done
HARRY KIM BALL ,
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Practical Undertaker
g& Licnsod Embalmer
Business phone , 301. Residence 334 ! }
Ucoltoa now , McU.
N. . DWIGIIT FORD
ATTORNEY AND COUNSKI.OR
AT LAW
Atmour-IInntm Hlock
ANSI.KY - - NKUR.
John -JVIcguatu
FA KM AND OITV 7..0ANS
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AM ) SURKTV 1IONDS
CITY I'UOPKUTIKS
CIIAS. U. STOL'T
KKSTALTRANT
CONFECTIONARY , CIGARS
AND TOBACCO.
Ilroken Bow , Nebr.
DR. G. I' . HARTIIOI.OMRW
Physician & Surgeon
All cnlU promptly attended
day or night.
PIION'l ? Ci
OfTice in rear of Realty Block
National Shining Parlor
Pllv/ato Chalis Per Lndlei ;
Five cents every day
$1.00 A Month
I \ I U\ | i \ SIIIS1'
Clothes Cleaned
Suits $ 1 00
Pant a HO
Coals - GO
Overcoats (35
I will sell 15 head of fine cattle
and 1 , 3 year old colt at the Fin-
len barn , ou Saturday March 27th
M-11-2S J. R , Mohat ,
STRICTLY PERSONAL 5
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Rolla Towsley took the train
for Ravenna , Tuesday * .
Joseph Piginan loft for Grand
T Island and Lincoln Tuesday.
J. II. Jewell made a business
Ml trip to Morn a the forepart of the
| week.
S. P. CJroat made a business
, trip to Anselmo and Milbourn
fast 1 ; Thursday.
Mtss Christine Springer came
down from Merna last week and
expects to spend several weeks
' with her mother.
Rev. N. Harmon and family
have recently moved into the Sid-
well house , on Third Avc. , just
nortn of R. H. Purcells.
A fine improved ' 10 acres irri
gated land near Holly , Colorado ,
to [ ( sell or trade for Broken How
city properly. Address or sec
II. I D. Leggcl , Broken Dow. 2-1.
I Roy Rapp , son of Peter Rnpp ,
who is now in the West , came to
the * ' How last week , from the
Kearney { Military Academy
where he has been attending
school \ for the past two months.
The next regular meetingof
tbc County Board of Supervisors
will begin next Tuesday , March
lOth. It is expected that the
Board will take action , as the
Bridge Committees recommend
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that the county build twelve
bridges.
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HIGH GRADE
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MERCANTI&
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$ ' $
I'OK RlK , 11V
P. F. Grabert was a cily
visilor Frida ) ' .
W. W. Dye of Comstock was a
cily visitor last Monday.
li. C. Griflith of Anslcy was a
Broken Bow visilor Sunday.
Albert Shaffer , of Wcsterville
brought , in some farm produce
last Saturday.
Farm and City loans at
lowest rates.
James Lcdwich. M. 11. tf.
When a store advertises only
now and then , it is perforce a
"now and then" sort of a store.
J. N. Wcelh and wife of Ans
lcy were in Ihc cily lasl Saturday
visiting their daughter who is
here attending school.
Cy. Btoimer left Tuesday
morning for San Antonio , Texas ,
where he expects lo .spend some
lime , lie will join a parly of
tourists next week lo Ihe Golf
Coast.
Judge II. J. Shinn went down
lo Lincoln the lirst of the weeh
to sec whether the Democratic
war horses in the stale Legisla
ture are working in Ihc harness
as Iheshould. .
Who is your "popular author , "
among the ad-wntcis of Ihe cily.
This author has something new
to say to you toda } ' of course.
You can be be sure lhat , when
a store has a bargain to offer you
it will tell you so in its ads.
O. J , Shaw of Aurora came up
Wednesday morning to further
consider pulling in an clcclric
light system and find out about
what action Ihe cily council had
taken relative to the franchise
he had submitted.
Sam L. Miller of Ihe firm of
Miller aid Kennedy hurl his side
quile seriously Wednesday morn
ing , lie was slandiug on a chair
in the score when il lipped over
and he fell striking his side ac-
cross the back of the chair. No
bones were broken but heill
probably ba laid up "for a couple
days.
You arc most Cordially invited
to attend the set vices at the
Prcbbylcrian Church tuxt Sun
day. Subjects , 11 a. m. , "Put
on thy Strength CT/ion , " 7:30 : p.
. "Lost "
m. Fellowship.
a The famous Gospel songs of
Chas. W. Alexander will be used
and the Male Ouartcltc wilhing.
J. 15. Aubrey , Pastor.
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STCDEBAKER BUGGIES
\\V \ have jusl received acarof Studebaker I Juries
andSpiin Wagons. Like all other buggies of this
nuke , they are the best on wheels. Come in nntl stn1
the Two in One
1 IMPLEMENTS
\ \ \ " have also gotten in a car of the Canton line of
Impli'inenls. 'I'lu'sc Listers , Discs and Cultivators [
can't lie \Vecanshowyouthe best two rowed jj
listed corn cultivator made. The ( Jrandetour line off
Implements and the New Departure Ton ueless (1ulti-
0 vatorlire retuty for your Inspection in our Machinery
Ifall. If you are in need of Ktrm Implements of any
kind it will be to your interest to see these
HARDWARE
< hir stoclc of Hardware is complete. We have * in
a new stoclc of Furniture , .lewell as stoves , ( Hidden
I arb Wire and
WILL SELL OR RENT
1 \\.int lo retire from busines- , and I \\ill sell mv
ei.tiie slock of floods ami my store buiklin or I \\ill
rent them.
Call and sou nio for Low Prices on tlio
Host Goods mndo. . . . . .
GEORGE WILLING
Broken Boca * : * >
Ilcnrv Andrews came down
from Anselmo Tuesday ,
Miss Day Culler came down
from Anselmo , Monday.
O. II. Conard , was in Dunning'
the foicparl of the week.
Chaa Huckleberry made a busi
ness trip to Dunning Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Insko
came down from Anst'lmo Wed
nesday morning.
W. 1C. Maxwell of Alerua was
in Ihc city ou business last
I1'rid ay.
John O. Kennedy of Mem a
was transacting business in the
city la-5l Friday.
I1) ) . Taylor and W. Jenkins
drove to the South Loup , Tues
day.
Jim Good , a real estate man
'of ' Coxad , was in town Tuesday
looking alter business interests.
Andrew Ipson who lives in
Jefferson Co. after spending a
few days in the Bow , left Tues
day lor Lincoln.
Numerous postal cards have
been received from II. W. George
who is now at Mexico City , Mexico
ice en route for home.
II. L. Sams , banker and real
eslatc man from Scowls Bluff ,
spent Tuesday with his brother-
in-law , Conard Snydcr.
"Isaac and Rcbekah" is to be
the subject for Ihc Men's Bible
cla s at the Presbyterian church
next Sunday Gen. 24. Class
.meets ftom 10:15 : to 11 a. in.
George A. Miller , of Litchtield
who has been doing stenographic
work in the Republican office for
some time lefl Saturday for Lin
coln to accept a position with
J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co.
Dr. Willis Talbot was called lo
Brownlee , on Monday , lo sec
Mrs. Murphy who is sullering
from phcumnonia. The Dr. was
joined at Meina by leather Moser
who acc-mipaniul him Ihc rest of
the way.
C. C. Biggcrstaff made a busi
ness trip to Omaha the first of
the week.
Clarence Barnes and Miss
Kmina Johnson , of Klton , were
Icily visitors last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson
of Wcisscrt were in the city last
Saturday.
Some fine Kcrsion Seed Oats
for sale bv J. C. Willing at his
farm 11 miles west of Broken
Bow. M. 11 A.I
A. L. Weaver of Lincoln who
is soliciting' for the Lincoln
Daily Star was in the city Tues
day and went down to Anslcy
from here.
It's prudent to RUAD THUM be
fore deciding that j-ou Haven't
time to answer any ads toda- ,
Milt PcterHon , of Wcissert , was
in the city last Saturday getting
repairs for his well which has
been out of repair.
Dr. Pritchard and Kdwin and
Herbert Myers made a business
trip to the South Loup , Satur
day afternoon and returned Sun
day.
When a store uses but a small
amount of space in its ads. it is
construed to mean that its
message is small and unimpoit-
ant.
Combination Sale
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75 HEAD of PURE BRED HOGS
l > y John Reese , breeder of I'ure Bred Uorocs
andl\ayll. and Willis Cadwell , breeders of
Pure Hred Poland Chinas.
. " > ( ) head of Duroc I { red Sows und ( lilts by John
Reese and 2'2 head Poland China Hrood Sows
and . ' ' males by Cadwells.
Whether you like red or black , here you can
choose according to your fancy.
Remember the Date
March the 27th ,
Reese ® CADWELL
Broken BOUJ ,
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CKIvTAIN" man in P.roken l > ow wanted to buy 1(10 ( acres ad
joining one of his farms , lie knew the agents name who hail
charge of the farm he wanted to buy , but desired to save the
commission ; so he goes to a local bank and inquires , "Does so and so , a
real estate man , buy drafts of this bank in remitting- rent monies to his
} . eastern Clients , and do you know the name of his client who owns land
e adjoining'my farm and his address ? "
eI I 1 f I should mention the color of this man's whiskers you would know
who he was. This man does not appreciate the fact that the real
estate man does more for him than any other man in his community.
The simple truth is a real estate man is very foolish to do business with
any client who will not protect him in his commission.Ve \ believe we
can render any man g'ood service , whether buyer or seller.
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Cadwell
Broken Bow , - - Nebraka