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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1909)
THE REPUBLICAN , OUSTER.00UJN'J.UEBUASKA ,
Fred Perahall has been a vic
tim of lagrippe the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Griffith of
broken Bow spent Easter with J.
J. T. Cole's entertained Willis
Cad well and wife and Mr. C al
ien's at an Easter dinner.
Chas. Hall of Callaway is
breaking sod for Miles Gallon.
Nine McCotuas and wife have
been having a serve siege of la-
grippe. But are better at this
Pearl Conger has arrived here
from Iowa and will assist with
the farm work on the Pershall
farm. The gentleman is a
cousin of Mrs. Pershall's.
Mrs. Barber and Geo. Barker
expected to return from Callaway
the first of this week where they
had been for Easter.
Misses Belle and Verna Sands
visited the Johnson girls last
Mr. Hector of Onnsby and
Bruce Johnson from south of the
Bow , were attending to some
business in these parts last week.
Miss Pearl Pershall of the
county scat was in the Valley
last Friday visiting her sister
Chas. Sands and Walter Cole
are contemplating a trip to Iowa.
Oscar Tappen and family spent
Easter with C. V. Franklin's
We have been informed that a
Mr. Reynolds of Missouri is
taking charge of the Pendeu
ranch. Mr. Heynolds expects
his sister to arrive this week.
Good work Harness $22 00 and up
Fine single Buggy Harness 7.00 and up
Good leather \ % inch Hauliers .65 and up
These are real bargins. Beat them if
you can !
Remember we are carrying the finest line
of Buggy Whips in the city , and we give you
your choice of 150 whips and a number on a
silk plush robe for 50c.
i Robinson fe ? Tuttle *
THE HARNESS MEN
Greatly reminds us it is time to look after
Slmrpless One Disc Bowl Cream Seperators.
It is the kind that does the work easier and quick
est come in and look over it.
Means cleaning tip time
Have you seen the yhite Cloud Washer.
The best on the market , easiest runner , quickest
and cleanest washer , more agitation to your suds
than any other machine sold. On washday it is
like a silver linning to a cloud.
GAS STOVES AND RANGES
Gasoline Stoves and Ranges , see the new
burner , perfectly safe we have the kind you don't
have to generate , banishes all fear of gasoline.
HARNESS , HARDWARE and IMPLEMENTS
Get ci ticket on the Buggy. Look over our
Our Harness and Buggies. Wagons and
Farming Implements are the best on the market.
Garden Seeds that we know will grow. Alfalfa ,
Clover and Timothy. See us for seeds.
SCREENS and SCREEN DOORS.
Look out for the Hies. Screen up.
We have a full line also , Screen Doors.
Mr. Pedcu has becu making n
number of trips to his ranch , and
doing some improving in Uic line
of granaries etc.
A quiet wedding occured Wed
nesday noon , March 31 , 1)0 ( ) ,
at the Methodist pasonage in
Ainsworth. 'I he contracting
parties were Thomas Polking-
horn and Miss Belle C. Jenkins.
The officiating minister was
Vincent R. Beobe of the Method
The bride was attired in a wed
ding dress of white silk and the
groom wore a neat suit of black.
The bridal couple were attended
by Hudolph Fender and wife ,
iMrs. Fender being a sister ol the
The bride has grown to woman
hood in Brown county , being the
daughter of B. P. Jenkins and
wife , having moved here nearly
twenty-live years ayo. Their
home is twelve miles northwest
Mrs. Polkinghorn is a lady of
culture who will grace the home
and a worthy help-mate to her
husband. The groom is a gentle
man of excellent chactcr worthy
of the lady he has won. This
estimable couple have the best
wishes of their many friends.
They will succeed. Mr. Polking
horn ow.is a farm near Wakoma ,
South Dakota , where they will
go to housekeeping immediately.
Ainsworlh Star Journal.
Frank Dickron is working for
J. S. Ferguson
7D. . Amous sold a span of
mules for S300.
II. B. Grovcr has completed an
addition to his house.
The seeding ol oats began
about two weeks ago and some
have not commenced as yet to
The Farmer's club meets Satur-
ay at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry M. Worley every
jody is cordially invited. Fill
our baskets , come and have a
We observe the up to date far-
; ier now drills his oats in disced
ground instead of sowing with a
road cast seeder , discing and
Another good feature every
armer should do and that is to
harrow the ground itnmediatly
r during the same day after the
Percy Spear is now on schedule
.vith the mail after a weeks ap
prentice. Percy does quite well
and he works the same as an
Mr. Shamblin visited at Will
Sweeney's Sunday afternoon.
lldlph Cox and Harry Prcscott
visited at Mr. Ingrain' * Sunday ,
Misses Blanche Milligan ,
Myrtle Hughes and Jennie Wad-
lington visited at Mr. Hill's
Purl ) ' and Ida Ingram visited
at Mr. Lowu's near Wagner
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. ( ieo. Hughes and children
and Miss Clara Hunt left for
Lincoln county Sunday.
S. Heals and family are moving
to their cl.aim in the sand hills.
Kd. Day and family visited at
Mr. Hunt's Sunday.
PKAIRIP : llll.l
Joe Dill of Callaway is visiting
his Uncle Morford.
Miss Lizzy Heafele of Mc-
Kinly spent a few days last week
at Mr. Kirkpatrick's.
Kev. Thompson of Broken Bow
will preach next Sunday at 3
p. m ,
A large crowd attended the
i dance at Mr. Kirkpatrick's Satur-
I day night a very pleasant time
Ray Ilunna and son Harold of
Dunning was in this vicinity last
Ladies' and Misses Suits , Dresses , Skirts and Empire Gowns
Mrs. E. Key nor has secured Mr. Joseph Friedman , rep
resenting1 the Skirt Store , of 32k2 North Sixteenth Street
Omaha , who is nowhere to remain
All This Week and Part of Next
\Vitha compete line of LAWtiS' ami MISSUS W10AK1XO AIM'AKIOL. This
firm opperates many stoves throughout the east and middle west , manufacturing
all goods for their stores , and retailing- them direct to the wearer , thus saving1 you
the middlemen's pro II I.
We invite the ladies of Hroko'i How and vicinity to come and inspect the lar
gest line of Ladies' and Misses wearing apparel over displayed in this city.
An Exceptional Value In Suits
Our Suits , Skirts and Dresses do not need any introduc
tion whatever. Every Garment
speaks for itself.
Suits like illustrations , made of the linest
I'Yench serges , worsteds , Panamas and IVnnel-
as , extremely well fashioned , hipless models ,
new long coats , plain with buttons. Beautiful
new spring shades , all satin or sill : lined. These
suits ordinarily sell for $17. . " > ( ) to * n i r"M
$ ± > .f 0. Your choice - - - $12.bO
LOT NO.Consists ofir > Suits of line
striped prunellas and fancy Worsteds , trimmed
with straps of same material , lined inlaid collar
of satin , with Pead dc Cynge. Skirt entirely
new model and trimmed to correspond. I tegu
lar value , from $2r > .0 ( ) to $27."iO '
Special Sale Price $17.50AU'
LOT NO.Tailored Suits ,
$ . " ; ) .00 to10.00 values for $25.00
Made of lim > I'Ycuch ' Serr , plain and striped , also iiiauished mixtures ,
hipless cutaway model , trimmed with Beug-alino and Satin , lined with Satin duch
ess high girdle shirt.
100 S1URTS in all the latest styles and season's
materials , in Panamas , Voiles , Serges , fancy -.iud
stripjd , which ordinarily soil for'$5.00 to
$7.HO. Special Sale Price.
(55 ( SKFRTS with high girdles and sweeping trails'
sale at - - - $7.50 tO $12.50
These Skirts are of Excellent Value.
Sateen and Silk
Sateen Under skirls , in black on
ly , special introductory price for one
day only . . . . QQc
Silk Underskirts guaranteed Taf
feta , in all colors , at - - $3.95
' Tt first , a saving of & 2.00
What Mrs. Royner's system means to you : means
to $10.00 : second , it means a perfect guaranteed fit ; third , dispatch and perfect
tailo'ring. These prices are truly remarkable.1.
Southeast Corner of Square. Broken Bow.
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