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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1909)
THE REPUBLICAN , OUSTER OODTflY.NEBKABKA
of the Bargains Offered In the Great Clothing Sale
CLOSING out of the HERMOU & KEEN 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
* - * - < T4i "Wv "I Men's and men's suits Coat and
- - - young
JJlVlSlOn 1MO. 1 vests and odd coats $1.95
Division No. 2 Good wearing1 Sixes 32 school to B7 suits $3.35
Division No. 3 Men's and youngs men's suits. $5.90
. Suits worth $10.00 and $12.50
1 'l'V'lQ'inn IVn L 'on'saiu ' y ° .lino nion's suits. Tailored $9.90
up-to-date sold for § 12.00 $13.50 and $15
Division No. 5 Suits that rpgulnrly sold at ; $13.90
. § 17.00 $18.50 $20.00 and $22.50 Copyright | 9Q9
The Huute of Kuppcnnctmct
Boy's knee pant suits worth $3 to $5.00 SALE FKICE $1.39
Youth's odd pants worth $2 50 to $6.00 SALE PEICE $1.35
Men's wool underwear regular $1.25 and $1.50 garments SALE PRICE 98c
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
HERMON ( SL RN Save You Money
Our Local News
j Market Day Sale
Broken Bow ,
SATURDAY. OCT. 9.
All live stock will be
sold at 2 regular rate
H. A. TINDER , Auc't.
Glen Heller made a business
triy to Aurora last Friday.
Smith , Broken Bow's catcher ,
played ball with Ansley last week.
Ras Anderson spent a few dajs
in Lincoln the first of the week.
T. J. Woods , of Mason City ,
was a county seat visitor the first
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs , W , H. Concanncn
left Tuesday for a visit in Lin
coln and Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Horn
and children spent Sunday with
relatives in Ansley.
o. T. Stroud left Tuesday
morning for a visit with Lis
parents at Nebraska City.
Mra. E. A. Rudge and son ,
Elmer , left Tuesday morning for
a weeks visit in Omaha.
John Currie left Tuesday morn
ing on a few days business trip
to Fort Collins and Denver , Col.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hipsley
started Wednesday morning on a
three weeks trip to the Pacific
Dr. F. W.Buckley and H. G.
Myers went to the South Loup
Sunday afternoon and returned
Miss Nell Drake left last
Wednesday to resume her studies
at the State University at
Don't fail to see the wonderful
Passion Play" at the Star
Theatre on Oct. 11 , 12 , 13 and 14.
Miss Fannie Drake left Mon
day for Rochester , N. Y. where
she will continue her dutici as
secretary of the Y. W. C. A.
Laucks Xanders left Tuesday
morning for York , Pa. , where he
will represent the Pullman
Automatic Ventilator Co.
Will Shackelford returned
yesterday morning from Dunning
where he had been for a few days
Mrs. Laura Ilennis , who has
been visiting in Crawford ,
stopped in the Bow a day on her
way home to Litchfield.
The great religious drama
"The Passion Play" coming to
Broken Bow on Oct. 11 , 12 , 13
and 14 at the Star theatre.
Mrs. H. M. Wright and chil
dren left Tuesday morning on a
three months visit with hei ;
parents at San Jose , Cal.
Mrs. J. A. Young , of Gates ,
who was the guest for a couple
days ot Mrs. Charlie Francis left
Monday for Council Bluffs.
Mr. and Mrs. Corlett came
down from Merna Sunday and
were the guests of Mrs. Corlett's
parents , Mr. and Mrs. Nels Lee.
J. Li. Hipsley and wife , of
Merna , and their grandmother
who has been visiting in this
city , left Tuesday morning for
Palmer , Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brighani
of Hastings , arrived in the Bow
last Saturday called here by the
serious accident that befell
Edward C. Kingsley , brother of
Mra. Brigham , at Litchfleld and
who was brought to the Bow for
Dr. Headrick will visit Broken
Bow Monday , Oct. 4 , at Grand
Central hotel. Chronic Diseases
a specialty. Consultation free.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. O'Lcary , of
Cleaveland , Ohio , have been the
guests of Mrs. F. II. Reed the
past week , left Monday for
Over two miles of moving pic
tures , showing the "Passion
Play" the great religious drama ,
at the Star Theatre , coming on
October 11 , 12 , 13 and 14.
Mrs. George Schmidt , who has
been visiting a few days with
Mrs. John Woods , returned to
her home at Mason City Tuesday
Sisters Juliana and Lucy arc
in the city this week , soliciting
for the free patient department
of the St. Francis Roman
Catholic hospital , Grand Island.
The "Passion Play" may be
seen many times with pleasure
and profit to all. Coming the
week of Oct. 11 , 12 , 13 and 14 at
the Star Theatre.
Mrs. C. Oatman and Mrs.
Kiddle , of Cleveland , Ohio , who
have been visiting the past two
weeks with Mrs Reed , lest Tucs
day for Wayerly.
The W. C. T. ( J. will meet
with Mrs. John Street Tuesday
afternoon , Oct. 5th , 2:30 : o'clock.
A full attendance is desired , im
portant business to be transacted.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Farnsworth
who have been spending a few
days with their son , Dr. T. L.
Farnsworth and family , left
Monday for their home at Grand
The young son of John Car-
mody broke his arm last Thurs
day evening , while riding a small
wagon on the side walk. The
lad lost control of the wagon and
collided with a tree. Dr. Bar
tholomew rendered necessary
Judge C. L. Guttcrson made a
business trip to Lincoln Tuesday.
C. II. Kennedy went to Omaha
on business Wednesday nw > rning.
A girl was born to Rev. and
Mrs. II. E. Myers Tuesday after
Frank Weisenreider left Tues
day on a business trip to Grand
Island and Omaha.
Walter Thomas Mills will give
a free lecture at the court house
at H p. in. Saturday.
Rev. Aubrey and Dr. Beck left
Tuesday evening for a few days
duck hunting at TUeclford acd
in Cherry county.
Gcorgo Xauders left this morn-j
ing in answer to * a telegram in-l
forming him that business re
quired his presence at Wawasee ,
Indiana , Saturday.
Mrs. H. C. Cites , of York , who-
have spent a few days here , at
the bedside of Mrs. Cites1 br other ,
Edward Kingsley , left for their
home Tuesday morning.
E. E. Campbell returned the
first of the week from Red Oak ,
Iowa , where he went last -week
with his daughter May , w' 10 will
attend school in Red Oa k this
E. E. Ilogaboom and da u/ghter
Mrs. Goldie Ncth , left \ \ Jejdnes-
day morning for Omaha. They
expect to be gone several -weeks
and will visit several p ic-ats in
A fire started in some Jreworks
in the rear of J. N. Peale's
grocery last Friday ? ifteraoon.
The stock was insuved. and > the
damage khas been satisfactorily
adjusted with the insurance
Mr. and Mrs. J.'ohnson and
daughter , who luuve been , -the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W ,
Lincoln for the pas t few woeka ,
left Wednesday for their home at
Warren , Mass. M r , Johnsqn is a
brother of Mrs. I , ( incoln.
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Joyncr
moved from Merna back to the
Social and economic problems
will be discussed by W. T.
Mills at 8 p. in. in the court
Mrs. Joe Baisch aud daughter
and daughter returned
Wednesday from a few weeks
visit with friends at Alliance.
Miss Madge Kay , who has
been visiting her parents for the
past few mouths , Heft last week
for Manhattan , Kan. , where she
will teach higher mathematics
in the Agricultural College at
Mrs. Joe Chrisman and Mrs.
W. II. Xandcrs were elected dele
gates to attend the Womans
Auxiliary meeting during the
annual meeting of the Convoca
tion of the Episcopal church to
be held at Grand Island October
4 to 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Molyneux ,
Mr. and Mrs. Len Wilson , of
Merna , and Mrs. btady , ot
Buffalo , N. Y. , left last Saturday
in the Wilson auto on a few days
trip to Omaha.
PASSION PLAY COM
ING TO STAR THEATRE
The people of Broken Bow and
vicinity on Oct. 11-12-13 and 14 ,
four nights , will have an oppor
tunity of seeing the great sacred
drama "The Passion Play" at
the Star Theatre.
This great religious play is
one of the wonders of the age ,
yet only of recent years has it
been known to the world at large.
A word as to its origin and pur
pose is as follows :
Nearly 250 years ago , a severe
plague broke out in the villages
and valleys of the Bavarian
Tyrol in Germany , and indeed ,
nearly all the larger towns and
cities were effected by it , and
many people died from its dread
The little secluded village of
Ober-Atnmcrgau was fortunate
in escaping from the plague and
adopted measures of protection ,
preventing people from the pla
gue stricken regions to enter the
village. In spite of their best
precautions one man came into
the village aud spread the pla
gue , forty people dying cf tie
disease within a short time.
In their agony and terror the
good pious people of Ober-Ain-
inergau decided to make a vow ,
cr sacrifice to propitate High
heaven to save them from the
plague. At a solemn meeting of
the people of the town it was
decided to give a play , setting
forth the life and death of Jesus
Chris' ' , and to repeat the play
every ten years. This vow has
been most religiously kept ever
The play has attracted the
attention of the world to this
quaint little German village and
is visited annually by thousands.
Over 700 of its 1200
inhabitants take part in this
play and the actors are trained
for their respective parts from
youth to manhood. The play is
a remarkale illustration of the
life and career of Jesus Christ
and the story of the cross , show
ing the birth of Christ , the flight
into Egypt , miracles performed ,
last supper , Judas betrayed ,
healing the sick , Christ before
Pialate. the long weary road to
the Crucifixion. Over two miles
of moving1 pictures of this wonderful
erful play. An explanatory lec
ture will be given at each per
formance and the pictures natur
al as life will be given at the
Star Theatre on Oct. 11-12-1344.
Admission 15c and 10c.
Don't miss seeing this great
religious play as it is a beautiful
object lesaion to all mankind ,
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