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I'flB ODSTffiR COUNT ! REPUBLICAN
THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK
Gleaned for Your Perusal by Our Riulling Reporter *
Good piano for $25.00. II. A.
Watta'a Piano House.
C. A. Norcutt , Lather , con
tract or yard work. Tel. 268.
' Look foi the program of the
Choral Union concert on firat
G T. Robinson went to Omaha
' the first of the week for a short
Wm Edmunds , of Merna , was
in town Monday and made this
office a pleasant call.
6 per cent money for Farm
Loans no commission optional
payment. James Ledwich ,
Imported linens and Tussah
silks in all the rich colors for
spring dresses. Kiffin-Lucke Co.
Misses Mac Moore , C. E. Moran
and Ida Browning , of Oconto ,
were Broken Bow visitors Mon
From present indiciations this
will be a boom year in Broken
Bow for building. Let the good
work go on.
You will miss a rare treat if
you miss the concert next Tues
day evening by the People's
Mra. 0. G Rosa , wife of the
manager of the New York Store ,
arrived last Thursday to make
her home in Broken Bow.
We have a complete line of
( j boys' wash and woolen suits from
J 2 to 15 years. Visit this de-
p partment. Kiffin-Luckc Co.
i Fifty voices from the best mu
sical talent of the city will fur
nish the program at the opera
house next Tuesday evening ,
' . FOR SALB 35 head of Poland
China brood sows , choice indi
viduals and'with pigs , eligible to
register. Chas. Scholz , Broken
liow. ' 35-tf
If the ground hog saw his
shadow yesterday he must have
used arctic eyes. However , we
will know he did , if we have six
weeks of winter.
From Feb. 7 to March 5th ,
1910 , we will give with each pur-
chafe of $5.00 worth of goods
one chance on a $22 50 sewing
machine free. Konkcl , The Fur
Judge R. Dean , who- has been
Visiting in Iowa since the ex
piration of his term as supreme
judge , returned to Broken Bow
the latter part of last week. He
will resume the practice of law.
Herwick Castle , Royal High
landers of this city have planned
to'celebrate the thirteenth anni
versary of the castle at their
next meeting February 15th.
The meeting will be opened to
invited guests. A literary pro
gram and refreshments will be
features of the evening.
Drs. Farnsworth & Beck
Peter Beck , of Georgetown ,
was a Broken Bow visitor yester
We have checked into stock
sonic new ladies' neckwear. Kif
All music lovers should attend
the Concert by the People's Chor
al Union , Feb. 8th.
C. S. Francis left Thursday
night of last week for an indefi-
nate visit in Oregon.
R. N. Norcutt went to Dunning
Wednesday to do some carpenter
work for A. II. Jewett.
Ladies' Tailored waists for
spring in a complete range of
prices. Kiffin-Lucke Co.
You will enjoy the instrument
al as well as the vocal numbers
in the concert by the Choral
Karl Neckudor and Fred Flan-
cky , of Sargent , were here the
first of the week attending dis
Watch our window Thursday
for ribbon display. An all silk
ribbon , 3 , 3 # and 4 inches wide ,
on sale Saturday at lOc the yard.
The county board has had con
structed a building for the vaults
in the street in front of the
temple theatre for the use of the
county records. The building ia
brick covered both on the outside
and inside with iron.
II. E. Chapel , a contractor and
builder of Lincoln , was here the
first of the week visiting his
brother-in law , C , M. King. Mr.
Chapel has decided to locate in
Broken Bow and will remove
here about the fi st of March ,
W. J. Quinn and Miss Mabe ]
Huffman , both of Eclipse , were
married at the Commercial hotel
parlors Monday evening , Rev ,
J. E. Aubrey , pastor of the Pres
byterian church , officiating ,
James Haney and wife , Marior
Huffman and wife , Mrs. M ,
Quinn and Miss Anna Quinn , al
of Eclipse , were members of the
My block of land containing about
3 acaes in Broken Bow , Nebraska , 7
blocks from south side school and
public square , 6 room house , Hy
draulic well , Duplex winndtuill and
cistern on hill , water piped in house
and to lawn , barn for six horses , haymow -
mow for three or four tons of hay ,
new granary , buggy shed , hen house ,
coal house , hog house , frost proof
cave , 22 bearing cherry trees , 8 bear
ing plums and other trees , Price
$2,300 , Can make terms , Special
discount for all cash.
Broken Bow , Nebraska.
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
Bell School District.
This snow was an un welcomed
guest. We were all appreciating
the beautiful sunshinny weather.
Jno. Plymale sold a car load of
cattle to Chas Smith and Pius
' 1 he many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Manuel spent an en-
j > yable afternoon and eveniug
with them Friday.
Mrs , Jennie Siinms attended
Rev. Haney's sale , south of
Miss Lillian Andrews spent
Satday and Sunday with Cenuie
Little David Forsytn , Mrs. Jno.
Bell and Frank Maunel are on
the sick list.
Several of our young people
attended the party given Friday
evening by Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Knoell. The evening was spent
in various amusements. Taffy
and fudge were served and all
report a good time.
Mrs. Will Doman had a rery
narrow escape from fire Fri.
While dusting off the cook stove ,
she knock a can of kerosene
down on the red hot stove , the
Ham s caught her dre s , burned
her face. She was all alone at the
time but she managed to put it
out through skillful knownledge.
Mr. and Mrs. Pius Cristen en
tertained a goodly number ot
their friends Sunday.
William Loughran was absent
three days last weik.
The warm weather spoiled our
skating but we found amuse
Our reading lessons for Wed
nesday , Thursday and Friday
were pieces to be memorized.
We supplemented some choice
selections on Washington's birth
We were very proud to know
when Friday evening came that
we had every name on our "Honor
Roll. " If we only keep them
Teddy Forsy th visited us Tues
Gladys Plymale was absent
Thursday , to attend , home duties
while Mr. and Mrs. Plymale at-
ended to business in. Aaselm ) .
1 Miss Rains spent Wednesday
with Theodore and Irene Cr.is.ten ;
Frank Novotny with yFrank
We have organized our pen
mauship class into A and B
classes and dispensed with copy
books , begun muscular movement
and its essentials.
Misses Essie and Zuie Holcomb
were visiting at B. B. Sands'
Saturday nnd Sunday.
In honor of Adeline Johnson's
12th birthday Jan. 28th , a num
ber ot her friends spent the even
ing at her home. A pleasant
time was spent with games.
Refreshments were served.
W. W. Bishop is among the
unfortunate ones who have lost
cattle in corn stalks , having lost
six the past week.
Charles Koozer rode the M. B.
A. goat at their last meeting.
Oscar Tappau and B. B. Sands
have new pianos in their homes.
E. B. Barber lost a cow and
calf last Saturday.
Lela Koozer missed a number
of days of school owing to the
B. B. Sands , O. Tappan and
A. I. Routh baled hay this week.
See our Trunks and Suit Cases.
T Hrge size Trunks at $4.25 and up.
Suit Cases at 980 , I 50 , 1.65,2.35 and up ot fS ,
Pins , Ic per package ,
A fine baby boy arrived at the
pome of Frank Routh and wife a
few dayo ago. Mother and child
Miss Lulu Williams was visit
ing her brother , W. W. Williams.
Si. D. Stone and wife cele-
aruled their fifth wedding anni
versary last Monday by entertain
ing Mr. and Mrs. O. Tappan ,
Mr. and Mrs- Ralph Johnson ,
Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Bigger-
staff , A very pleasant time was
iiad , but just after the guests
had departed their little boy ,
three earsoldwcnt | into spasms.
A doctor was summoned. The
little one is now better. A sad
ending for the day.
B. B Sands will have a num
ber of men in his field this week
trying to get his corn out. Farm
ers are petting desperate.
Mrs. Koczer visited at Ralph
Rev. Marks had had a cow in
what is knows as the Peden pas
ture. Evidently not pleased
with her surroundings jumped
out and was found a few days
later by one of Mr. Koozer'a
stacks , dead.
Dry Valley Items.
J. T. Arthus was in the Valley
Sunday looking over his farms.
Public sales are getting quite
common these days , as each day
in the week there's a sale in one's
The stock market got quite a
set back the past week and sever
al had stock ready for market
but were not ready to pet them
to market. Now , they're wish
ing they had sold them when the
price was high.
Glaus Worth returned from
Hastings Saturday , where he
had been calf by the serious ill
ness of his daughter Some of
the doctors there insisted upon
operating on her but Claus de
sisted till a specialist was con
sulted and after his diagnosis an
operation was entirely unneces-
Another snow visited the Val
ley Friday night. While it stop
ped corn gathering at the same
time its good for the ground and
Don't buy another thing till
you've installed in your leeding
yards one of "the only Hog
Waterers" for sale by J. L. Fer
guson , Comstock. Put out on
30 days free trial. Wont freeze ,
no tiouble , no attention and
plenty of good fresh water al
ways in the trough.
Doc. Worley dropped into Com
stock from Missouri last Wednes
day evening after a three months
sojourn in the puke state. Now ,
Do'c. says Custer is good enough
for him. It's the same old story ,
they'll tell us there's a whole lot
better places elsewhere but in
variably they'll come back with
the remark , Custer county is
plenty good enough for me.
A nice little snow fell Friday
John and Mr. Beal are some
Mrs. Rhoades and daughter ,
Ona visited at Kirkp itrick's
Ernest Rains and Charley Beal
visited at Farmers' Thursday
Frances Shurr and Grace Beal
stayed with Helen Predmore
Medd Glenn and Earl Reed
husked corn for Elvin Hoga-
boom Thursday and Friday.
They finished Friday night.
Cleaiing Sale of Ladies , Misses and Child
ren's Coats , at less than one half of actual cost ,
Ladles Coats at $3.99 to 8.76.
Misses Coats at $3 99 to1 76.
Children's Coats at $1.99 to 3 96.
Infants Coats at f 1.36 to 2.79.
Pearl Buttons , 2c a dozen.
Silk Thread , 2 for 50.
Many others to numerous to mention
Ladies White Embroidered Front and Tailored -
ed Shirt Waists , icgular $1.50 and 2.oovalues at
Our itock of Valcntinei are open for your inspection , consisting of
Large Celluloid and Fancy Mounted
Also a Full Line of Valentine Cards and Postals
J. G. HAEBERLE
DRUGGIST AND STATIONER
Lester Kirkpatrick and wife
visited at Elvin Hogaboom's
Thursday. Elvin and Lester
went to Yoeman's sale.
Mrs. M. V. Rains took dinner
with Mrs. Ryerson in Broken
Mrs Purcpll visited at L. D.
Kirkpatrick's last week.
Opal Predmore and Prudence
Beal visited at Reyner's Weduts-
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hogaboom
visited at John Price's Sunday.
The corn sheller was at Hoga-
Several from here attended
literary at Custer last Friday
night. They report literary
Roy Russell departed Thurs
day for Lovelaceville , Kentucky ,
where he was called by the ill
ness of his wife who is there
John Reinhard slipped and fell
last Tuesday and sprained his
right ankle and has been unable
to be about since.
Lizzie Haefele has been on the
sick list the last few days.
Anna Reinhard , Violet Wim-
mer , Dan Sickler and Jake Kock
spent Sunday evening at Joseph
Walter and Leonard Haefele
were Broken Bow visitors Mon
The dance At E. LShoup's
was not well attended owing to
J. E. Neth and family visited
a few days last week with rela
tives and friends at Broken Bow.
Anna Tietjens went to her
homestead fifteen miles west ol
Walter and Leonard Haefele
attended Joe Yoeman's sale last
The entertainment given by
the Catholic ladies last Thursday
evening was well attended. A
fine program was rendered and
all were well pleased.
The lecture at the Baptist
church last Friday night by the
pastor , Rev. Gaston , was largely
attended and well received.
On Tuesday evening at the
home of the bride , occured the
marriage of Miss Minnie Taylor
and Mr. Oscar Hostic. Rev.
Gaston was the officiating min
ister. Only relatives were pres
ent. On the evening previous
to the wedding a shower was
piven to the bride by lady friends
Both parties are well and favor-
bly known in Merna , which will
be their future home.
There is just now a good deal
of exitement over reported diph
theria. Last week the four year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Nate
Ladies and Gents Furnishings ,
Fine Line of Hosiery at ? c , 8c , , ioc ,
Handkerchiefs at ic , ac , 50 , yc , .150 and .290.
Fine Suspenders at .loc , .10 and .380.
New line of Hats for Men and Boys at .98 ,
$1.45 anl 2 25.
690 and Sgc.
ned Spreads large Sizes at 690 i 1.79 and 2 48
Smart New Princess Dresses at $6.95 , 8 95
and 9 98.
Gordon died with the dreaded
disease , while away from home
with its parents visiting Mrs.
Gordon's parents , Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Rash , who live eight miles
north of Anselrao. The death
was very sudden and a very sad
one. The remains were'brought
to Merna and intered with out
public funeral. The Gordon
iiome is now under quarantine.
At this writing it is reported
that Mr. Jay Graham's child is
at the point of death and the
doctors pronounce it another
case of diphtheria.
Mr. David Beatle , of Anselmo ,
stopped over in Merna one night
this week. He is on his way to
Waterloo , Iowa.
Mr. Evins is on the sick list.
Ora Morford was home from
school a few days last week on
account of sickness ,
Lillie Longfellow 13 on the
Mr. Gibbsand family of Ormby
visited at Mr. Longfellow's Sun
Chas. Bay and Chas. Long
fellow are shelling corn on Ryno
Mrs. Myers is working for Mrs.
L. T. Martin instead af Maud
A few of the boys attended the
dance at Emmet '
The Ladies Aid Society will
have a sale at Mrs. Thomas'
Friday Feb llth. They will also
serve supper. ' ? .
Lena Taylor visited Thurs
day at J. M. Ingram's.
There is no school at Sunshine ,
tills WGClc * *
Albert Hill shelled corn for
Chas. Brandt Monday.
G. A. Cooley and wife , of Mar
vin , visited at J. M. Ingram's
M. F. Blankship was in the
valley last Thursday.
Eddie and Otis Smith spent
Sunday with the Ingram boys.
J. S. Dyke and wife spent Sun
day at J. M. Ingram's.
Bessie Pinckney spent Sunday
with home folks , returning Mon
day morning to her school.
Lena Taylor is taking a rest
Certificate No. A4098.
To Julius Wlcicham : You are hereby
notlUed that on April llth , 1908 , c M. Kellcy
purchashed at public sale for taxes for the
years 1894 and li i to 1900 Inclusive , and have
paid all subsequent taxes on real estate
described as follows : A parcel In tli <
northwest corner Blocw S , Ueyn r's addition
to Broken BOW , Nebraska , commencing itxi
feet south of northwest corner.south 50 feel ,
cast 112 feet , north 50 feet , west 11 i feet.
That said land was assessed In the name
of Julius Wic < hatn. and that after the esptr :
atlon of three months from the third > pub-
licatlou of this notice tax deed will be applied
Dated January 0,1910.
C. M. KKLLBY.
Saturday Afternoon Saturday Afternoon
ONLY GREAT CLEARING SALE ONLY
Men's Underwear Men's Dress Shirts
25o Each TO START SATURDAY , FEB 1910 25c Each
Orders received from Headquarters to MAKE A CLEAN SWEAP OF ODDS AND ENDS accumulated during our stay in Broken Bow. Also every Dollars Worth of
Winter Goods on hand. This must be done at once , before Spring : Stock begins to arrive. The orders say SELL the roods no matter what sacr-iice we have to make to do it.
I am certainly goingto follow instructions to a T. This Company has come to stay and you can look for GOOD Bargains from us at all times , especially for this Clearing Sale.
Clearing Sale of Men's Suits , Pants and Cray-
Men's Suits $7.95 , 9,95 , 12.50 and 14.95
Men's Cravanettes at $7.95 and 10 50.
Men's Pants .85 , .98 , ( .25 , 2.69 , mid 1.79
Hoy's Suits $1.98 and 2.48
Clearing sale of Skirts , all Sizes , and Colors
at $2 95 , 3-95 and 4 95
Black Voiles $5.95 , 6 95 , and 7 95.
While and Black Petticoats at .480 75 , .89
.980 , i 25 , I 48 and i 98.
Gloves , Mittens and Sweaters for All at
Great Sale of Embroidery 'from I to 18 inches
wide at Prices that will surprise you all.
Widths' i to 4 inches , 40 per yd ; 4to 8inches ,
6c per yd , 8 to 18 inches , I2c , 15 and 190.
IJxtra good Quality of 11-4 Blankets at 890 ,
980 and I.39C per pair.
All Wool Blankets at 3.95.
Comforts at less cost than Material to make
them nt $1.59 , 1.89 , a.49 and 2.69.
I < ace Curtains finest to be had at per pair 390 ,
° 9c , fi 39. 2.98 and 3,98.
We have many other bargains in our large
line of which space forbids mention.
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