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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1909)
THE REPUBLICAN , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA.
Lumber , a large assortment
and complete stuck for Builders
to choose .from. Let us estimate
on your contracts. We always
try to please.
H. T.BRUCE & CO.
Lumber & Coal
Ayer's Hair Vigor , new im
proved formula , will certainly
stop falling of the hair. Indeed ,
we believe it will always do this
unless there is some disturb
ance of the general health.
Thena constitutional medicine
may be necessary. Consult
your physician about this.
DOCJ not change the color of the hair.
yarmula with etch boltlo
A J Bhow it to your
Alt him about It ,
then do at h iaf
The reason why Ayer's Hair Vigor stops
falling hair is because it first destroys the
germs which cause this trouble. After
this is done , nature soon brings about a
full recovery , restoring the bair and
scalp to a perfectly healthy condition.
Mnrto by tha J. O. Ayer Co. . Lowell. Hut. -
Pearl Munk went to Bcrwyn
Mrs. L. A. Partncntcr went to
Creston , Ohio , Sunday.
When you think of drugs ,
tbink of Sauders drug * store.
Johd Squires and wife left for
Colorado Springs Friday.
P , F. Leonard , of Anseltno ,
was in the city Sunday.
E. E. Ryan and C. D. Johnson
bought tickets for Seattle Sun
Rev , N. Harmon went to Yuma ,
Colorado , Monday to spend a few
days on his ranch.
F. W. BUCKLEY , M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Fitting of glasses.
EYE , EAR , NOSE and THROAT
Office In Dlerks Bit. Phone 260
BROKEN B0W , - - NEB.
will soon be a
thing of the past
I can locate
you in Grant ,
Hooker and McPherson -
Call on or write
J. T. MORROW
Lena , - Nebraska.
W. S. Mattley , of Ausley , was
in the city on business last Fri
O. W. Parr , of Merna , was
transacting business in the city
Dr. T. L. Farnsworth made a
business trip to Grand Island
Fred II. Wood , of Oconto , was
in the city on business Tuesday
Ed Sluckey , of Ocouto , had
business before the county board
in this city Wednesday.
NHsp Anderson returned to
Alliance last week after making
a business trip to Omaha.
Mrs. Frank Crable and her two
sons went to Lincoln Wednesday
morning on a visit.
J. O. Taylor , of Berwyu , was
in the city Monday before the
insanity board in the Talbot
Misses Bertha and Alice
Huffacker , of the South Loup ,
were visitors in the BDW the
first of the week.
Miss Helen Leet , who has been
visiting Miss Erma Willing ,
went to Omaha Wednesday
Miss Millicent Orr went to
Omaha Wednesday morning to
return to her work as a nurse in
an Omaha hospital.
Ras Anderson went to Grand
Island Monday evening to meet
his daughters , Eunice and
Florence , who have been visiting
their aunt at Eustis.
Mrs. E. E. Durea and her two
children returned Wednesday
morning to Lexington , where
they will remain until about
August 1st. Mr. Durea has
rented a house , but it will not be
ready for occupancy until about
the first of August and Mrs.
Durea went home to stay until
that Smote our Roof
is now on exhibition at our store , and while it prov
ed to ta a great "knocker , " it is nothing as compar
ed with the Rocket tkt as hit tne Price of a11
SUMMEE WASH GOODS at our house.
The Strictly Summery Stuff Must all Go.
Get your share of these bargains while they last.
1 Lot Summer Wash goods consist
ing1 of lawns , batistes , organdies
and bordered voiles , worth lOc ,
12Ac and 15c. Special price to
close out the lot per yard 8c
1 Lot Mercerized panamas , dotted
Swisses , mercerized voiles , etc. ,
worth 15c , 18c and up to 22c per
yard at the remarkable price per
yard of lie
X 1 Lot Silk organdies , imported
Scotch zephyrs , silk mulls , etc. ,
worth 25c , 35c and up to 50c per
yard , all go in this sale to close
out the lot at per yard I8c
1 Lot ladies' silk umbrellas worth
S2.25 , $2.40 and up to $3 , for this
sale to close out the lot at $1.98
I Lot ladies' gauze vests worth 8c
and lOc to close at , each 6c
1 Lot ladies' gauze vests worth ISc jj
to close at , each I4c
I Lot ladies' hand bags to close out
at a price. See the tags. You
will get a bargain.
Our entire stock of ladies' skirts left
over from last season to close
out at just half price.
We want to reduce our stock of low
cut shoes to the lowest possible
point , and Cor that purpose we
will , during this sale , give a
special discount on all low cut
shoes of twenty per cent.
First Showing ! oi Mens Fall Hats
Nobly Styles at Right Prices
lid you ever see Silver Dollars in a Clock ?
We have one that grinds out silver dollars to our customers.
Watch the clock and get time cards at our store.
Always selling the most reliable lines of shoes.
John McGraw made a business
trip to Dunning1 Tuesday.
Ed Walsh , of Omaha , state
representative of the Woodmen
of the World lodge , is in the city
looking1 after the interests of the.
local chapter of the W. O. W.
Mrs. W , C. Luce and daugh
ter , Emma , started Wednesday
morning on an extended trip to
visit relatives in Omaha and
points in Illinois.
J. L. Ferguson , of Comstock ,
who is a candidate for county
surveyor , was in the city Wed
nesday finishing1 up his husiuess
as deputy assessor.
The crowds at the Star theater
have been unusually large the
last week. The circus and the
pictures of Niagara Falls have
been very popular.
Arthur Ledwich and Fred
Baisch started west Saturday.
They expect to see the Seattle
Exposition and visit other points
in the west. They will be gone
at least three weeks and may
The Baptist and United
Brethren congregations will
unite next Sunday evening1.
The services will be held in the
United Brethren church. Rev
A. T. Norwood will preach.
Manager Swan of the Star
theatre announces that he will
have pictures of the famous Nel-
son-Cans fight at the theater
Friday and Saturday. The five-
foot fans recently installed make
the theater a cool and comfort
able place and all who are in
terested in a prize fight will miss
a rare treat if they do not see
The law requires that every
land owner shall cut the weeds
on the public highways on his
premises between July 15 and
August 15. All land owners in
Broken Bow township are hereby
notified that unless they comply
with the law-ami cut their weeds
the township board will be com
pelled to impose the penalty pro
By Order of Township Board.
Editor RiU'THijCAN :
I see by the Nebraska State
Journal that death is reaping1 a
harvest in Lead , S. D. , rheuma
tism being1 the principle death
dealing disease. I find also in
your own beautiful city of Bro
ken Bow a number ot rehumatic
cases. One lady in S. D. , Mrs.
John Tart , at but 42 years of age
passed away after seven years of
illness from rheumatism. My
experience with as painful case
as human was ever attacked
with convinces me that there is
absolutely no excuse to suffer if
those afilictcd will apply the
remedy which has given me
absolute and perfect cure for I
have not had a single pain from
rheumatism for twenty-five years.
Quit the doctors and take no
more of xhcir medicines and go
to a high , dry altitude.
Friend of Afflicted.
A Land Proposition.
Leyman Co. South Dakota ,
now offers an exceptional field
for investment. In the best of
all kinds of farming lands that 3
years ago could be bought for
$300 to $500 a quarter , is now
selling1 from $1600 to $3000 a
quarter , and is steadily going on
up And there isn't any doubt but
it will soon double its self from
what it is now ; all kinds of
farming carried on to a perfect
success. The soil is unusually
rich and deep. The native grass
is the best in the world ; there is
no better land for mixed farming
and dairying in the United
I am no land agent , but I have
a friend up there that is interest
ed in the laud business and has a
list of some fine land and I want
to go up there after while in the
interest of my own place up
there and would like to get
bunch to go up with me , I cad
then prove to you what I have
are treated right iu every way ,
as I am working for a living and
don't have a good chance to
meet you every day. For further
information write M Box 43
Broken Bow , or call at the RK-
July 8 to July 21
N , Dwight Ford , of Ansley ,
was iu the city Wednesday and
filed as a candidate for the Re
publican nomination for county
judge. Mr. Ford is a graduate
of the law department of Union
University of Albany , New York ,
lie studied two years in an office
in Albany before entering the
University law school and prac
ticed one year in Albany after
graduating. Mr. Ford is thirty-
one years of age. He is admit
ted to practice iu all courts iu
New York and Nebraska and the
courts of the United States. Mr.
Ford is a bright fellow and is
making a great many friends in
When you think of buying a
watch , think of Sauders' drug
store , jewelry department.
When you think of Cut Glaus
or Nice China think of Senders'
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GRAIN AND COAL
Feed in large and small quantities at both wholesale
Special attention given to filling orders for coal
in any quantity.
Broken Bow , - - Nebraska
Don't Delude Yourself
BY THINKING THAT WE CAN'T SELL
YOU LUMBER AND ALL BUILDING
MATERIAL AS CHEAP AS ANY ONE
FOR LIKE GRADES , AMOUNTS AND
TERMS. PHONE 79.
G. L. TURNER LUMBER
J f you want a car that is easy and simple of
operation , that runs smoothly over good and bad
roads , and one that causes you the least trouble
and expense in keeping it in good running condi
> uy The .Mitchell Gar
$1.000 , $1,500 , $2,000 , F. O. B. RACINE , WIS.
W. E. Taltot , A. G. 'Martin
If You Are Thinking
Of Borrowing Money
f BUYING A FARM ,
i BUYING OR BUILDING A HOME.
FOR THE ERECTION OF A BUSINESS
FOR HLOCK ,
PAYING OFF YOUR PRESENT LOAN ,
| BUSINESS OR ANY OTHER LEGITI-
L MATE PURPOSE ,
And desire money , at lowest rate , without the payment of a commission ,
with every advantage iu matter of repayment ami prompt action ,
SEE Ross G. Moore
Attorney and Bonded Abstractor.
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