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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1909)
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Diseases of Of- *
women n Specialty. -
f.ce phone 260. Residence 248. All J
cases promptly attended. }
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J. L. FERGURON
Notary P u bile ,
Comstock. Nebraska. Nebraska.
RTOAX , TISTATIO-INSUKANOR
FARMS AND RANCHES FOR RENT
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Sur\eyliitr ami Plattltiir Neatly Done
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HARRY KIMBALL ,
g& Licnsed Embalmer
Business phone , 301. Residence 334 ! $
Ilroteoa Uow , Nob.
N. DVVIGIIT FORD
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
ANSIEY - - NI.IJK.
"FARM AND CITY T-O\XS
AND SURl'.TY HO.NDS
CIIAS. K. STOUT
CONFECTIONARY , CIOAIIS
Ilroken How , Nelir.
DR. O. F. BARTHOLOMEW
Physician & Surgeon
All calls promptly aUeink-il
day or night.
Oflice in reat of Realty Dlork
National Shining Parlor
Pllvato Clialrs For Ln < lli'r
Five cents every day
$1.00 A Month
I \ liKS \ > \ \ SIIINh
Suits - - $ I 00
Pants - GO
Coats - no
Overcoats . . i > n
N. T. Gaclcl
Cfiioe over Wntt's Music Store
Office 2ort. Rcsult-ncc
Cole. Gage came down from
Dunning- last Saturday.
J. S. Loncrgan took the train
for Lincoln last Friday.
Mr. Liuder and daughter of
Berwyn , were in town last Satur
Ilarvc Andrews of Ansulmo
was in the city on business Sat
Miss Lulu Williams spent
Sunday in Anselmo , with her
Marshall 13ddy and wife of
Mcrna , were in the city last
D. J. Coulter was transacting
business in the city the first of
L. II. Jewett spent a few days
at Comstock on business the first
of the week.
George N. Ontxen and daugh
ter Miss Annie came up from
C. W. Bowman tnok the train
for Omaha Tuesday , on a few
days business trip.
Miss Stella lUtckner went to
Anslcy Saturday , to spend Sun
day with her parants.
Phil Tierney of Oconto , was
one of the bidders on the Durocs
ui the sale Saturda } * .
C. K. Cannon of Westerville
took in the Rcese-Cadwell hog
sale in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Myrtle Helms came up
from Mason City Saturday even
ing , for a few days visit.
Kirk Douglass was a passenger
for Grand Island Sunday. lie
will probably go to Denver from
C. W. Bowman sold the Jack
son farm of 160 acres six miles
north of the city to II. Lomax
Stout Bros , have cleaned up
and are refurnishing the Keneau
hotel so as to make a clean up-
to-date house of it.
Mrs. Hat field , who visited a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Anderson left Saturday for her
home at Grand Island.
W. W. Potts , went to his farm
east of Westetville the first of
the week \\here he expects to
spoiid most of the week.
Mrs G. R. Hussom , returned
Saumlay inorrung , from a several
weeks visit with her brother Mr.
Will Pope , at Kansas City.
ITcnr } ' Myers a n d s o n
George came up from Westerville
last Saturday and were the guest ,
over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. & A , W.
Wo guarantee our drugs
to be of tested quality
and handled only by men
of experience in the compounding
Your doctor knows this
is a g'ood store and you
should know it. living'
your prescriptions here
-and be pleased.
J. G. Haeterle
Broken Bow , Nebr.
Lester Corlctt , left for Mcrna
the first of the week , to take
charge of the jewlery store he
recently purchased from B. Wells.
Theo Pnrcell has purchased the
proper ! ) ' in the south part of
town , owned by Will Owen. Mr
and [ ] Mrs. Purcell moved into
their new home Tuesday.
A W. Horn who has been in
the J. II. Johnson barber shop ,
lor nearly six years , has resigned
his position to accept one with
L. C. Cross , beginning April 1st.
Miss Alice JIuffaker , who is
teaching the New Hope school
south of the city was in the city
Saturday visiting her sister , Ota ,
who is attending Custer College.
Mrs. Clara Moscr , who has
been visiting her brother ,
Father Moser , for the fast few
mouths , left for her home , at
Petersburg last Saturday morn
F. M. Anderson of Auburn who
has been lookieg at ranches , in
the neighborhood of Callaway ,
spent Saturday in the Bow. Mr.
Anderson left at uiid-night for
A number of Custer College
students , returned to their home
ast Saturday. Will Mooncy
; o Dunning , Leu Smith to Anslcy
hester and Kussel Adams to
Mason City , Kberle to latchfield
Fred Dertran loaded his house
liold goods into a car Monday
and he and his family left for
.Smporia . , Kansas , Monday night.
Fie recently held a public sale to
dispose of his live slock and farm
machinery and he went to Km-
poria with a view of locating
The litigation in Sargent
togehthcr with the cases
which are in county couit from
there thh week would indicate
that Sargent is having a house
cleaning. Two postal clerks on
the Aurora and Sargent run were
convicted last week before Jus
tice Vandenberg of violating the
moral laws of that village and
each fined $35 and costs.
Professor K. I. Klliott of Chad
ron was in the city Saturday con
ferring with the school board.
Professor Klliott's applicatiot
for the superintendency of the
city schools had been favorably
considered by the board and he
visited the city to complete the
final arrangements Mr. Kl
liott has been Superintendent of
the city schools in Chadron for
the past year and was offered a
raise of $200 if he would stay in
Chadron for the coming year.
Mr. Klliott was very prominent
while a student at the university
of Nebraska two years ago. He
represented the university in the
inter-state debates and was one of
the'leaders in student affairs at
the school He was highly recoiu-
| mended by the state superintend
ent. Mr. Klliott is an unusually
strong man and the board was
compelled to raise the salary to
$1500 in order to secure his ser
The right sort Jof advertising
campaign can "rejuvenate" a
store so quickly that it will seem
strange thai there could ever
have been signs of "going back
Fred Govier , who has boon at
tending Custer College , went
home last Friday to assist his
falher with the farm work.
Has been sold to me by
J. H. Sloggett. I intend to
run a clean orderly house
and I invite all of my friends
to call and see me and I hope
thai Mr. Sloggetls friends
and customers will remain
as customers of mine. Come
in and I will treat you right.
Remember that I can fur
nish you as good beds as
you can get anywhere in the
city and my price is 25c.
Don't forget the lo
cation just south of the
Good work Harness $22.00 and up
Fine single Huggy Harness 7.0O and up
Cioml leather 1'/ ' inch Haultcrs .00 and up
These are real bargins. Beat them if
you can !
Remember we arc carrying the finest line
of Buggv Whips in the city , and we give you
your choice of 150 whips aaid a number on a
silk plush robe for GOc.
Robinson & ? Tut tie.
THE HARNESS MEN
To be a good want advertiser
is a part of the necessary busi
ness education of nowadays man
Wesley N. Harris , Bcrwyn 21
Ida A"Staab , Hcrwyn , 1' )
John Kolbo Lodi 23
Nellie Allen. Oconto IS
Julian Smets BrokcnBow 28
Klma Porlcr , Broken Bow 20
Waller Cox , Callaway 30
Cora M , Matz , Callaway 24
Ora W. Williams , Walworth 2 ( >
Rasma Grcibel , Walworth 24
Sylvester Workman , Arcadia 27
Nellie A. Cole , Anslcy 28
Ilawc Gates , Gates 23
KthclBartlclt 2' ' )
Lawrence Christcnscn Calla
way , 23
Mcrnau K. Shaw , Milldalc 21
Martin Christenscn , Callaway.25
Marie K. Rookstool , Callaway. 18
A Pedigreed Stallion
weighing about 1000
pounds is for sale at
our Feed Barn.
Your Char.ce In
The Famous Baca Land Grant
In The Sunny San Louis Valley
In Southern Coldrado.
Payable $10.00 pep month , you < et one ol $ ! ) , JOO contracts en tilling
yon to one farm , valle'yTa'/.iny tract , or our mineral and timber tract ,
and one or two town lots in a thriving' little city of the San Luis Valley.
There are 25,000 acres of irrigated land divided into
2'J.f > 0 ten acre farms * . " > twenty acre Crams
11 torty acre farms 5 eighty ac-e farms
1 one hundred and sixty acre farm
There are 36,880 acres of valley land didided inlo
7-10 tracts of10 acres each 10 tracts of SO acres each
1" ) tracts of 100 acres each 1 tract of < 10 acres each
tracts of . ' ' . 0 acres each
There are 35,000 acres mineral , timber land divided into
5,000 tracts of five acres each ,000 tracts of ten acres each
One town lot with each irrigated farm. One town lot with each tract of
valley grazing land. Two town lota , a business and a residence lot with
each tract of mineral and timber land.
Do you know that the Raca Land Grant was chosen by the late ( Juv
ernordilpinastheMOSTFAVOUCDPAirrol lAWOKUD L'OLOKADU
Kxeursions to ihe San Luis Valley will be run on the first
and third Tuesday of each month.
Call and sec mo or write me for iurthur information
J. S. McGraw , Agent ,
Broken Bow , Nebraska.
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