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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1909)
\\l \ THE REPUBLICAN , OUSTER COUNT ? . NEBRASKA
Have You Secured Your I
of the Bargains Offered in the Great Clothing Sale
HE CLOSING out of the HE&MOET & KEE1T clothing stock on the north side
side of the square is the talk of the county- People are buying their winter
clothes for one half the usual out lay don't let this opportunity pass.
Dollars saved are dollars easily made
IV 1 Men's and young moil's suits-Coat and
vests and odd coats
TYi vricsirvn TVTr\ Good wearing school suits ,
.LJlVlSlOll 1 > IO. Sixoa 32 to 5J7
Q Men's and youngs men's suits. ft
. O Suits worth $10.00 and $12.50 if
1 Yi - rfcviTr zt Men's and young men's suits. Tailored
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JJl VlSlOll J3I O. tt
up-to-date sold for $12.50 $13.50 and $15
Suits that regularly sold at
. O $17.00 $18.50 $20.00 and $22.50 Copyiigl.1. 1909 .
The I IOVHC nl Kupimimci
Boy's knee pant suits worth $3 to $5.00 SALE PRICE $1.39
Youth's odd pants worth $2 50 to $0.00 SALE PEICE $1.35
Men's wool underwear regular $1.25 and $1.50 garments SALE PEICE 98c
Division No. 1 Mens Good and every boy's day hats hats 29c
Division 2 All our men's and youth's hats $1.00
NO. sold at $1.50 $2 and $2.50
NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE
"We Save You Money
Grand Market Day Sale , September 25 ,
Horses , cattle , bogs , farm machinery and house hold goods will
be sold on commission. List you property early. Sale begins
at 2 o'clock sharp. H. A TINDER , Auct. and Mgr.
Our Local News
W. H. Deal went to Mexico'
Missouri , last week.
Arthur Hood left last Friday
for Cleveland , Ohio.
Arthur Case of Georgetown.
was in the city Friday.
Mrs. Kmuia Aubrey went to
Sedalia , Missouri , Monday.
Mrs. Wm. Gillings left last
Saturday for Omaha and Chicago.
Herb Spencer went to Judcth
Gap , Montana , the first of the
Antone Bay , Lewis Gift and
C. F. Rudicell went to Denver
S. Empfield and Miss Eva
Einpfield left last week for Port
Jesse E. Bradburn left last
Thursday for Portland to see the
Miss Ruth Jones is spending
the week in Merna visiting Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haefelc
of McKinley , were in the city for
the fair last week.
C. U. Richardson of Arnold
spent a couple days attending the
fair in the city last week.
Miss Margaret J. Armstrong
started Monday for Los Angeles ,
v. California ,
Joseph Weeth of Ansley was in
the city Monday and made this
office a pleasant call.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Walton
and son , Charles , left last Thurs
day on a trip to the coast. They
expect to be gone about a month.
Ross Armour left Monday for
Valpsriso , Ind , to enter school
for the winter.
Emory Beal , Charles Longfel
low and Lief Clinebell went to ,
Denver last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brega of
Callaway , have been county seat
visitors for the past week.
Editor Fred Bryner of the
Oconto Register , took in the
county fair last Thursday.
Lawrence Ilollandsworlh went
to Dunning Sunday evening to
visit a week with his parents.
Charles Smith who holds a
Kinkaid homestead near Dunning
went up Monday to hold it down.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. George re
turned last week from Boston
where they spent the summer.
James Lomax went to Lincoln
Tuesday to continue his work as
a student in the State University.
Attorney N. D. Ford of Ansley ,
Republican candidate for county
judge , was in the city Tuesday
Emily Robertson went toKear
uey Saturday morning to take
her second year of work in the
Kearney State Normal.
Editor Dunn of the Callaway
Cqwjier Tribune was in the
county seat last Thursday for
the county fair.
E. E Campbell and daughter
left Monday for Council Bluffs.
Mr. Campbell will return the last
of the week and Miss Campbel
will attend school this winter in
Mrs. George Turner left Tues
day for a few days visit at Mason
Mr. and Mrs. Daily of Milburn
ware in the city last week enjoy
ing the county fair.
J. F. Burk after a month's va
cation in this city , returned last
Monday morning to Lincoln.
Kenneth Rublee returned to
the Military Academy at Culver ,
Indiana , Monday morning.
Ray Cadwell left Monday morn
ing to become a pupil at the
Baptist college at Grand Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Insco
came down from Anselmo for a
few days visit at the county lair.
Mr. and Mrs. Len Wilson of
Merna were the guests last week
of Judge and Mrs. C. L. Gutter-
Mesdames Young , Daniels and
Ford were a few of the uianj
Ansley representatives who took
in the county fair.
Miss Orah Squires returned
last Friday from a six weeks
witti relatives and friends in
Brooklyn , Iowa.
Tom Mullins left the first of
the week to assume his new dut
ies as teacher in the public
schools at Brewster.
R. D. Slricklor , who has play
ed with the Broken Bow ball
team this season left Saturday
for his home at Craig , Mo.
Mrs. E. M. Hoagland and
daughter , Miss Virginia , arrived
in the Bow last Sunday night
from Deadwood , S. D. Mrs.
Hoagland was looking after busi
ness interests here Monday and
left the same evening for her
home at Hastings.
Mrs. A. B. Fraker who has
been visiting her daughter , Miss
Mabel , returned to her home at
Srand Island last Monday morn-
Domain Ledwich left Tuesday
; or Lincoln , Omaha and Chicago.
Domain expects to enter the
Morth Western University at
Evanston , 111.
Harry Dent who has been work
ing in a Kearney drug store ar
rived in the city last week and is
visiting his mother , Mrs. Sarah
Mrs. Edward Monroe Syfcrt
left Tuesday for her home at
Omaha after spending the sum
mer here with her mother , Mrs.
Last Saturday morning John
Dalton accompanied his sister ,
Julia , to York where she became
a pupil in the Roman Catholic.
Convent at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Williams ,
who have been the guizs'ts of Mr.
Williams father , II. F. Williams-
left last Monday mocning for
their home at Hastings. .
Mrs. TCftie Bean who has been1 ,
the guest of her sister , Mrs. J.
J. Wilson and Mrs. Joe Moly-
neux the past few 'weeks , , left
last Monday morning for her
home at York.
Mrs. M. E. Burns stopped jn.
the city last week on her ira.y
home from Witten , S. T > .r bo
visit a few days with her sonr C
F. Robinson. Mrs. Burns left-
Monday morning for her hanie at
Tom Stuckcy left last Monday
morning for Boston , Massrwhcre
he will become a pupil in the
New England Conserratory of
Music the same instit tron from
which Miss Ada Bowzn gradu
ated with much honor laat June.
Tom will take a three years
course on the violin and A oes not
expect to return to Broke n Bow
until the end of the three years.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry ( Srabcrt
returned Tuesday to their home
in Missouri Valley , la. They
have been visiting friends west
of the city.
Joe Wilson and Clarence Mack-
cy stopped in the city Tuesday
on thnir way to Callaway to see
the Callaway fidr and meet the
voters of the southwest quarter.
Miss Jennie Wilson who has
been filling the position of com
positor in the UUI-UHUCAN office
for several months -went to Co
lumbus Wednesday morning
After a few days visit with her
parents she will go to Central
G. Guyle of Walworth was in
the city for the county ftfi'r last-
Friday. Mr. Guyle says tht'anti
divisions are thick around Wal
worth and the people of his
neighborhood are not going" to
vote taxes on themselves in or'lcr
to boom three county seat towiiy.
Mrs. D. R. Rockwell left las-t
Saturday for Bell Plaine , Iowa ,
having been called there by the
serious illnesss of her mother.
Mayor Rockwell received a tele
gram Sunday evening informing
him of the death of his mother-
in-law. He left Monday morning
to be present at the funeral.
Mrs. II. O. Davidson and her
sister , Mra. M. J. Armstrong
came down from Merna last Mou-
lay. Mrs. Armstrong who has
> ecn the guest of her sister for
the past three weeks , left the
same day for her home in Lor
Angeles , Cal.
Mrs. Mainmie Faris who lias
iccti the guest of her pa-oats ,
Mr. and Mrs. William B ; uett ,
for the past few mouths left Tues
day morning for Iicr "home in
Chicago , Mrs. Faris was accoin'
panied by her mother , who will
enter a Chicago hospital for
Wanting to go out of business
will sell my entire stock consist
ing of hardware , stoves , furni
ture , barb wire , Studcbaker
bugfgys , wagons and implements.
Will sell or rent buildings. This
is a good opening for energetic
young men. Will consider an
improved farm ; will sell at re
duced prices until sale ia made ;
will also keep stock complete.
SO7 St GJJO. WILLING.
Fypew rilcr Tor Sale.
An Underwood typewriter , al-
modt new , for sale cheap. Sec
A. J. VauAntwerp.
\Vc just received a nice car of 4 inch round and i
< jxtra split red Cedar posts that will suit the most
Also our stock of building material is complete.
Look our stock over before buying1.
G. L. TURNER Lumber Co.
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