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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1909)
THJfl REPUBLICAN , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA.
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J BUSINESS DIRECTORY , $
J THE REPUBLICAN
I JOB PRINTING
1 AS VOU LIKE IT
Consult him if you want water.
IlHOUEN BOW Kllf.
| EDWARD DODD j
' PHYSICIAN" & SURGEON i
I Diseases of women a Specialty. Of- .
I f.ce and Residence phone a.jS. All j
j cases promptly attended. :
s BANGS STUDIO
: EAST SIDE OF SQUARIB
J Aircnts for Clilckcrliie , Ivors auill'otnl
S and Star Plauos. : : ! : ' '
\ WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
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J Silas A. Holcomb. Edwin F. Myers. Jj
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> matters , Probate matters and col3
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OFFICE IN MYERS BUILDING
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J. L. FERGURON 5
Notary 1'ubllc , *
Comstock , Nebraska. Nebraska'
FARMS AND RAHCHES FOR RENT
LEGAI , PAPERS DRAWN
Surveying and Platting Neatly.Done
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HARRY ICIMBALL ,
Business phone , 301. Ilc&ideucc 33 tB
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i. N. DWIG11T PORD
ATTORNEY AND COUNSF.LOR
ANSU3Y - NEOR.
FARM AND CITY TjO
AND SURKTY BONDS
O1TY I ROPCRTICS
DR. G. F. BARTHOLOMEW
Physician & , Surgeon
All calls promptly attended
Office in rear of Realty Block
National Shining Parlor
PMvale Chairs For Ladlis
Five cents every day
$1.00 A Month
Suits $ 1 00
Pant s SO
Coats - 50
N. T. Gadd
Cffioe over Watt's Music Store
Office 208. Residence 209
DR. JESSE L. HULL
CALLAWAY - NEBR
The store whose ads do not do
this is not "er.ruius" your pat
Guy Lanphear , of Wester-
ville , visited his uncle , A. Lan-
hcar , in this city Friday.
MissEulalha Street , of Mcrua ,
was visiting relatives and friends
in the city Sunday.
W. W. Burton , of Morna , was
in the city Saturday and made
thia office a pleasant call.
Mrs. Bade Skinner's sister ,
Mrs. Wilson , left Monday morn
ing for her homo in Lincoln.
D. C. Koukel went to Hastings
Monday morning- take in the
convention of the Pythian sisters.
If a merchant cannot meet his
competition in qualities and
iriccs it will not pay him to
Mrs. E. II. Taylor , of Whit-
nan , was in the city last week
visiting her sister , Miss Martha
Dr. Pritchard came in Monday
noruiug from the west after
making a tour of inspection in
the western part of the county.
, , 'hey dent know exactly
what I want nor where 1,11 find
it , , shoppers should read the ads
n justice to the stores
Not to know whether or not
there are any imporant ads in
todays paper to be reckless of
thicr personal interest.
Mrs. Oscar Gore , of Callaway ,
was in the city last Friday vis
iting her aunt , Mrs , A , < au-
Buyers of things are not mind
readers they are ad-readers. They
dent know what you have to
sell until you tell tfccm.
Mr-s. Sam Clayton and children
of Omaha , came up Sunday
night to visit a few days with
lier parents , Mr and Mrs W. P.
Miss Cutler , of-Merua , is vis
iting in in the city this week.
She is a member of the Mazuuia
dub and assisted the girls in
making preparations for the
Mrs. J. E. Wilson and W. B.
Rchaffer , of this cit } , went to
Hastings Monday morning as
delegates to the convention of
Pythian sisters. They will be
gone three or four days.
J. Sheffield , who lives south of
the city , is enjoying a visit from
his and son-in-law
daughter - - ,
Mr. and Mrs. Baker , of Coffey-
ville , Kansas. They are out on
their wedding tour and stopped
off here Friday. Mr. Baker is
the head book-keeper in an ele
vator at Coffeyville.
The depot at Litchfield was
burned last Saturday evening.
The fire is supposed to have
started from a spark from the
engine of the extra which went
through going west. C. O JoneF ,
who was an operator iu the city
office here about a year ago and
was transferred to be agent at
Litchfield , lost about $175 worth
of goods in fire.
Drs. Farnsworth & Beck
A new four room house for
rent. L. L. SHARP.
[ E HAVE purchased
the Tin & Plumbing
ing- business form
erly run by Mr. A\r.
P. Rogers , anil will con
duct our business in the
same old stand , and do
the same first class work.
In addition we will do
Sanitary Plumbing- and
Heating' , in Hot Air , Hot
water , and Steam , and
guarantee all our work to
be perfectly satisfactory ,
and will appreciate the
opp'ortuniy to make esti
mates on work in our'linc.
Dr. Ilanua , of Ausley , was in
the city the first of the week.
W. II. Comstock , of Comstock ,
was in the city on husiucss
If a merchant's prices are too
high it will not pay him to
If a merchant cannot offer ab
solute values it will not pay him
Bro. Carl Anderson , of the
Mason City , Siar , was in the city
Harbert A. Watts , the piano
specialist , made" business trip
to filerua Tuesday.
Dr. W. T. Pritchard. the gov
ernment cattle inspector , was a
passenger for Dunning Tuesday.
Sam Swenson , deputy assessor
for Loup township , was in the
city Saturday. Sam is almost
through with the work of assess
A store that advertises on
a large scale must be able to
offer bargains and values on a
large scale while the occasional
advertiser will offer only an
George Ash , who has been
working in Omaha for a couple
weeks , came in on Uie morning
train Tuesday. lie reports that
a good rain fell in Omaha Mon
County Assessor Foster return
ed Sunday from a trip through
Grant , Wayne , Arnold , Klitn ,
Wood River , and Loup townships
visiting the deputy assessors ,
He reports that the work is pro
The meeting called at the
.armory last Friday evening for
the purpose of enlisting men for
Company "M" was quite well
attended. Several men were en
listed and another meeting will
be held in the armory next Fri
day to secure additional men.
We Make Farm Loans ,
Afc ilio lowest rates ever offered in Ouster
County and give you the most liberal
terms. No cash commission charged.
Attorney and Bonded Abstractor
I' ' (
J , J. Boblotls , of TuckcrvilleJ
was in the city Monday , Mr.
Bobletls is bciny urged by some
of his friends to be candidate for
the Democratic iiotumatiott for
The case ot the Stale of
Nebraska vs John Butler cnmc tip
for trial before Judge Humphrey
Saturday and Butler was bound
over to the district courl for
trial. lie is charged with run
ning a gambling house id the
Professor R , I. Elliott , Gf
Chadron , who has been elected
superintendent of the city school *
for next year , was iu the city
Saturday and acted as one of the
judges in the oratorical and de
clamatory contests of the high
schools of the county. Prof.
Elliott feels-very enthusiastic
over the prospects for the work
in the high school here next
year. The students of the high
school at Chadron have been gel-
ting out a very neat little month
ly publication called the Chadroa
High School Booster ami Mr ,
Elliott hopes to have such a pub
lication here next year.
The National Corn Exposition
will be held at Omaha Decem
ber ( > to IS , 1909. Every Ne
braska boy who grows some
good corn will be given a chance
to enter ten ears of the same at
the National Corn Exposition ,
This will not prevent partici
pating in the county and state
contests. A strong1 premium
list is being provided /or both
national and stale contests. All
those interested are requested lo
correspond with their respective
county supcrintcmlc'its who will
be provided with information
relative to the work.
This week Ihc Lincoln ball
club is at home for the opening
games on the local lot and great
things arc being done to receive
them in proper shape. All
places of business , public , pri
vate and otherwise will close at
three o'clock on the opening1 day ,
May 12th'and a big parade with
bands , etc. , will be pulled off.
Governor Shc'lcnbargcr ' , who
used to do stunts on the tnound
twenty years ago , before there
was a mound , will pitch the first
ball and Mayor Love will don
the cage and wind pad and re
ceive Ihc Governor's donation.
This stunl alone will be worth
the price of admission. Last
year Governor Sheldon pul a
beauty at the batter which he
was unable to hit and our pics
cut Governor will climb the
mound aud endeavor to twist one
around the neck of Mr. Kecad ,
the first man up for Paeblo.
Pubelo will open with four games.
Denver , Topeka and Wichita
following with four each. This
will make sixteen games on the
Lincoln grounds starting May 12
Juniors to Play nlerna.
The "Junior" baseball team
of the city schools ia preparing
for a return game with the Mer
na boys on Ihe 22d. Under the
supervision of Judge Humphre
the boyD are arranging to have
suils made and Ihcy are plan
ning lo have several games dur
ing Ihe coming season. Six oi
the boys are in the seventh
grade aud three of them are
cigth graders. The following i
Ihe line up. _ _
Guy Street , pitcher ; Walter
Hurk , catcher ; Ilarve Porter , 1st
base ( captain ) ; Kent Crawford ,
2nd base ; Lewis Osborn , 3rd
Lawrence Derris , short stop ;
Roy Cole , left field ; Earl Martin ,
center field ; Fred Hunipbrey ,
John W. Frederick , CalUway ; 23
Olive Parshall , Broken Bow ; 28
See C. C. Larts for blue prints.
Phone 14fj. M 13-M 27
All unauthorized persons are
hereby notified to not interfer in
any way with street lamps , mm
ties , and fixtures und-.r j > 1.1 . ! ,
of the lav/ . a T-- >
Wisri-RN ; ; Lu nr and l\i > .
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Try It on The Hills
Toil this car a I hah'pueed on a hjH or enncl
, i XTVO. Vor fl1 " ovorir ounce of it is
,16' ! . < l Nottc * ? hr > v Ptoulily ami powerfully it
prS ! < ? vitlM in , .iin ; .lv\ > ; > muter load.
The t-if v iy of t' j ! < owbtcr engine for doing tins
extra wuik H ni-1 ; . notictvblo atlrnv engine speeds.
This iu bo < .jvujo oi tlio of i set i-Huik ehilt
'T > Car ftlih the Offset Crank Shaft
The Car of Steady Service
That you arc missing the opportunity
of your IJ fe by ' not buying your building'
inateriul o ? us ? We1 1mvo ju t Avhat you
want in the MMV of Oatalpa 'po te , cement ,
] lastcr , steel clothea Imu peal , Hleel gates
BtQcl porch Vco1 urnnrf and'all IdnJjj } of building - '
ing material. At the .same 1 < 1 wtaud.
DIERKS LUMBER CO.
Pkone 23 J. S.MOLYNEUX
were compelled to take our bug y tliat
is to be given away on July Fourth , out of die
window to make room for otlxer display goods.
Tncre are a few tickets left. Get in on tlic
Stoves Garden Seed
Our line of oil stove ,
\Wi have a choice lot
gasoline stoves , washing -
ing machines , wringera" of frCvsh , new garden
ami churns are up-to- Reids that will grow.
date , Luok them oycr , AK'o blue-grass , white
You can't help but fintl cloer arid alfalfa.
something you vant.
Mackmery Fj very thing iu .the
Our line of farm 1) ) irnesH lim and with
machinery i.4 uy-to- our nc\v machine we
( kite. Look ovrr our fie prepan-d to do your
stock of cultivators , p pair work while yn
plows , listtrsv v ons , v. ait.
bugglch , in a n u r e
spreaders , m o w < r s ,
bimler , > and hay l < * 61s
and \\hon you get r\noi Lawn Sprinlclers
ready to buy you will
Sec that new garden
know where Lo go to
get what you wu-it. h , < je. Something that
The DIOHIUC hiu can't \ ' last ten years and
bf > bi-at for quality
. .t priccH that will astound -
aii'l ] > ' 'ici s.
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i , Tncy arj t'- : i > 1 . jj-t f\ . ' ' -tff ana
i ca-a icJ.
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