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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1909)
THE REPUBLICAN , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA.
Barrel of Dried Peaches , whik they last , 11 Ibs for.$1.00
The Famous Sun Kist ( Drang- , according to aisc ,
per dozen 20c to 50c
Red Apples from Washington , per doz 50c
Woolen Spice Go's Coffees , per Ib 15c to - > 0c
Try the two Ib. Red Corn for 50c
Princess Royal Brand of Canned Vegetables.
Corn per can ISc
Peas 2 cans for . < 5c
Golden Wax Beans per can I5c
Stringlcfis Beans per can > I5c
Lima Beans 2 cans for 35c
Tomatoes 3 Ib can 2 cans for " 35c
Rover Brand Tomatoes 2 cans for 25c
Hover Brand Peas 2 cans for. * . ' ' 25c
A. B. C. Breakfast Peed per pkg . ISc
Crcani of Wheat per pkg I5c
Mothers Oats 2 pkgs for 25c
Salmon , Luxor , Brand , per ca n 25c
Cash Paid For Cream.
Phone 58 Broken Bow
Wish to call your attention to the fine line of
VEGETABLES they have on hand such as :
Carrots Onions I
We have the FINEST FRESH OYSTERS
in the city , shipped direct from Baltimore.
Sheppard & Burk
Send your Abstract Orders to
J. OK LEONARD ,
Office In Security State Bank B'ld'ng
Farmers' Live Stock Commission GO ,
Rooms 209 and 211 Exchange Bldg. South Omalii
I BOY SUCCESSFUL.
Bert Christctisen , of Pilche ,
_ Nevada , is here visiting his
parents for a couple of weeks.
Mr. Christenscn left Custcr comi
ty a number of years ago to try
his luck in the mining' regions in
the western part of the country.
After prospecting for seven years
he made a strike at Pilchc , Linc
oln c unty , Nevada , and is now
superintendent and principal
stockholder in the Pilche Gold
and Prince Mining Co , which
has a capital stock of $1,000,000.
His brother , Andrew , is also
meeting with unusual success
since he left here. The following
ingis clipped from the Daily
Oreg-onian which is published at
Portland , Oregon :
Andrew Christenscn , former
special agent of the government
at San Francisco , who has been
promoted to the position of Chief
of Field Division No. 1 , of th'
General Land Office with head
quarters in Portland , arrived yes
terday morning and assumed
charge of the local ofiice. The
keys of office and complete au
thority over the Oregon division
were turned over to Mr. Christensen -
sen and he assumed his duties at
"There will be no changes in
the administration of the laud
office that I know of at present , "
said Mr. Christenscn. "I will
continue to do the same work
that Mr. Glavis has done , in as
sisting boiia fide claimants to
maintain and protect their rights ,
and will prosecute persons who
fraudenlly file upon land. "
W. R. Davis , ex-chief of the
Oregon division , will leave in
two or three days for Seattle , to
lake charge of the new division
which has been created there ,
and to which he has been promoted
meted , taking with him Special
Agents A. H. Bowman , David C.
Adams , Andrew Kennedy , lid. )
Doyle , S. N. Stoncr and Charles ,
A number of other changes
save been made in the force here
since the rearrangement of the
and office division. Special
Agent J. II. Alexander left last
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FOK SALE HV '
Lumber , a large assortment
and complete stock for Builders
to choose from. Let us estimate
on your contracts. We always
try to please.
H. T.BRUCE & CO.
Lumber & Coal
"Work for Yourself and a Woman"
Kipling1 wrote. Most men follow thai creed , or ivy
to. Kent payers , however , work for themselves , the
woman and the landlord. Sometimes this fact
comes to them with such force that they revolt and
stop world ig for the landlord.
If you are ready to revolt and want to buy a farm
so that the rent collector will.be a stranger\to you ,
come in and see us about , it.
We will be pleased to render you every possible
service in obtaining- what you want. There is noth ;
ing- that will beat a good farm in Ouster county and we
can show you one that is large or small and is im
proved or unimproved.-
, Broken Bow , - Nebraska
night for Boise , Idaho , where he
will take charge of the laud
fraud cases in that state , about
which there has been so much
agitation recently. Capt. Alex
ander has been in the service In
the service in Oregon six years
and has taken a leading part in
some of the principal cases in
the s ate.
Special Agent B. L. Cunning-
lam , who has been appointed re
cently , is now on duty in the
and office under Chrislcnsen as
surveyor of mineral deposits.
Mr. Cunningham is a graduate
of the Oregon Agricultural
College a. d the Colorado School
of Mines. A new stenographer ,
William J. Ilanna , of the land
office at Blackfoot , Idaho , has
been engaged in the new rcgiiuc.
Other special agents will be cn-
jagcd in the near future to fill
the vacancies , but the appoint
ment of these has not been made
SOMGIIIINli IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN
in tlie way of tlic new paint-
at your house ? Then you
must be sure to get the best
Paint in the market , and that
It costs less because it goes
farthest ; it wears best and
looks bjst. "We carry it in
all colors also a full line of
brushes , etc ,
Drugs and Jewelry
Do You Know
That you ave missingthi' opportunity
of your life by not buying your building
material of us ? We have just what you
want in the way of Outalpa posts , cement ,
plaster , steel clothes line post , steel gates ,
steel porch columns and all kinds of build
ing material. * At the same old stand.
DIERKS LUMBER CO ,
J. S. MOLYNEUX
VV. A. GEOROK , I , II. JUNVHTT , CASIHI.R
g JULHS IIAUMONT , View riu-3. : R. ID. PICKIJTT , Ash'T CASHIUI J' '
I SECURITY STATE BANK i
f RESPOBlLlir $500,000. BROKEN BOW , KCBIUSKA
$ There is a guaranty of deposits in this Imnk. Vou nre invitul
\t to call and investigate our method : : : : : : , ' , ' : :
YOUR BOSrNESS SOT IOITJUD
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