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G THE REPUBLICAN , OUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA ,
Tlfe PURE OLD CIDER VINEGAR PACTS
Approved by Uncle Sam For Purity and StrcngHi
Our PURE OLD JDBK VINEGAR lias a reputa
tion of its own. It is made from the apple known as
the cider apple , and all apples put into this well known
brand of vinegar are thoroughly washed and well
sorted. The vinegar is thoroughly sterilized and aged
before putting it on the market for consumption. We
guarantee every gallon for its purity and its good table
and cooking qualities.
Our prleu pur ( jnllonJOc , In rtmntlllos | , 3.'lr.
Every house wife should have our vinegar.
Fourth of July
Fireworks , lire-crackers , Hags , guns , horns , nigger
chasers , torpedoes , etc. , Low prices , good goods.
In makinjj ice cream you want pure exlracfs--buy them from us--
Axle Grease Machine Oils
Separator Oils ,
5 Gallons of gasoline for 90 cents.
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Pure Food Contor. Phone G North Side
Trade PURR OU ) CIDIJR VINKGAR-Mnik
Farmers' Live Stock Commission GO ,
Rooms 209 and 211 Exchange Bldg. South Omaha.
Shut Your Uncritical Eye
And look with the other one about your house.
When you have found a piece of furniture which fails
to "pass muster , " get in earnest about replacing it
and come in and see what we can do for } rou.
DID YOU EVER STOP TO
FIGURS HOW MUCH MONEY YOU
COULD SAVE BY TRADING WIT IE US ?
We always have the stock to select from.
We manufacture our own lumber and can supply
your wants in every respect.
Let us furnish you the screens for your house
the roofing for your roof , coal for your cook-stove.
Dicrlcs Lumber and Coal Company
J. S. MOLYNEUX , Mjfr , Broken Bow , Net.
Slieppard & Burk
Wish to call your attention to the fine line of
VEGETABLES they have on hand such as :
We have the FINEST FKESLI OYSTERS
in the city , shipped direct from Baltimore.
Sheppard & Burk
Several inches of rain has
fallen the past week. The farm
ers are not crying "drouth" now.
A regular Hood , accompanied
by hail , visited parts of this
vicinity last Saturday morning
which did a great deal of dam
age to crops for Clarence Huff-
keA , Mr. Case and Air. Bryson.
" I. ituinuiuu HIUUC a inp 10
heA Bow last Saturday.
Airs. Wolf visited at W. II.
Clitics : Wednesday afternoon of
a it week.
Bertha and Alice Uuffaker
lade a Hying trip to the Bow
KMcr Millet preached at O. K.
asl Sunday. Those that were
ot present missed
W. IJ. Cli'ie is a little better
it this 1 writing. Another inter-
sting ball game was played last
Saturday ; afternoon by Lotip
Valley and Deer Creek. Score
) to < 13 in favor of Lotip Valley.
Blanche Buswell and Merle
from Lincoln , and Guy
Jttswell ! and Glea Soper from
Broken Bow visited Junnie Cline.
Air , Griffey and family visited
at Mr. J Httffakers Sunday after-
uite an accident week ago last
Tuesday morning. While he
was ! out riding his horse fell with
in , crushing his foot and
has not been able to
walk without crutches since.
Everyone is busy harvesting
Charley Bay is riding around
n a new buggy now days.
and children , who
lave been visiting her parents ,
eturned to their home uearGandy
We are sorry to hear of the
death of Mrs. Prices' father , Mr ,
Evans , of near Callaway ,
Esther Longfellow had the
misfortune to fall down last
Wednesday night and crack one
of the bones in her arm , ) ;
Mrs. Clara Wcesner is al-le to
do her own work.
Everyone is looking- pleasant
on account ot the fine rains
which visited us the first of the
All those who have fall wheat
are busy harvesting.
Julia Ilautnont visited with
Mrs. Albert Kleeb last week.
Miss Hattie Town , of Sargent ,
is visiting friends near Elton.
Mrs. Win. Mclntosh , who has
been on the sick list for some
time was able to attend church
at Weissert Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Crowther and
Chub Spencer and family Sun
dayed with George Bishop's ,
Mr. and Airs. Ed. Haumont
will leave the first of this week
to visit friends and relatives in
Europe. They expect to be gone
about three mouths.
MissLeona Heaps is helping
Mrs. F. A. Routh at present.
Lynn Cole , of Kansas City , is
visiting his uncle , J. T. Cole.
Mesdames. Tappan and White
entertained the M. E. Aid so
Mrs. F. K. Griffith was the
guest of Aliss Bertha Koozer
from Monday evening until Wed
Mrs. M. D. Callen is very ill
Mrs. Small has a young lady
assisting her for a short time.
Air. and Mrs. J. O. Heaps
spent Sunday with relatives in
Keith Guytou is working for
Mrs , Bruce Johuson made a
visit in this vicinity last week
with Ralph Johnson's.
Harry Grooms , of St. Joseph ,
is helping- with farm work at J.
Cole's. Mr. Grooms is the gen
tleman that helped care for Wal
ter Cole during- his stay in the
hospital , but wanted to have out
door work for a time , so came
back with the Cole's.
Harry Ash's brother is helping
him make hay.
Miss Mabel Tappan spent a
few days with her cousin in Ra
venna last week. Chas. Tappan
went down Sunday morning , but
both returned the same evening.
Arthur Athey is helping Oscar
Tappan through harvest.
Miss Whitman , othe Bow ,
spent Sunday in these parts.
Miss Lela Koosjer visited with
Miss Madge Bishop the first of
Roscoe Callen is cultivating
corn for his uncle.
B. B. Sands and son , Chas. ,
Fred Pershall and Pearl Conger ,
went to the "cherry" orchard
last Monday for cherries.
Dr. Cole nml fnitiilv.
Cole and wife , of the How , and
Mr. Small and family
tertained at J. T. Cole's last
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Pershall ,
of the Bow , Fred Pershall and
family Sundayed with B. B.
The hum of the harvester is
heard on every hand.
ONO REASON FOR DOUBTVj
* When we offer to return the money paid
os if our claims do
not prove true , we must
know exactly what we are talking about
when we Kezall " " Hair
say 93 Tonic will
relieve scalp irritation , dandruff and falling
hair , and prevent baldness. Don't scoff ,
dcubt or hesitate. Try the remedy at our
sizes , 500. and $1.00. * *
Per Sale By A. II. SOUDCRS
Hie CiJy Livery
And Feed Barn
Fteds your horsei'i > i" > oi
audill ujiph > ou
Horses and Eigs
at reasonable prices.
Come aud see me.
W. A. Tooley
We have a full stock
of STEAM and WAT
GLOBE VALVES and
HECKS in all sizes.
Also a full line of
Now is the time to in
stall your plumbing or
heating plant. Speci
fications and estimates
BROKEN BOW , NEBR
WEDNESDAY AU , ' 09
This will be a grand opportunity to meet the Old Timers of Ouster .
county. The gathering will be held in
Some Prominent Speakers Will Deliver Addresses
Short Talks by Ouster County Pioneers
BiC BASE BALL CAME
Prizes Will be Given for Following :
The Oldest Male Settler.
The Oldest Female Settler.
The First Born Male Child.
The First Born Female Child.
Largest Family including fatlier , mother and chil
The oldest person on grounds , without reference to
time of settlement.
The Youngest Baby in attendance.
The winners must be in attendance. Former winners
Settlers of the ' 50's.
Settlers ' '
prior to 'So's ,
Boys under 12 .
years. Girls under 12 years.
Tug of War. Between settlers of the ' 80's and the
Splendid Music ! Plenty of Shade !
COme and Enjoy a dayof Rest and Recreation
J. M. FODGE , President.
E. R. PUROELL , Secretary.