Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, June 23, 1910, Image 10
THE OUBTJfiil COUNTY REPUBLIOAN very Afternoon and Evening. The way the stock is going now , It will only "be a very few days and this , the GREATEST MERCHANDISE SALE will be a thing of the past. Some of this stock is now bringing about 25 cents on the dollar and If you want some of the bargains that your neighbors are carrying out , you better hurry 6 Valuable I'ri/es given away ISOc of Merchandue at 2Sc I'rce nt each sale 6 in the afternoon Saturday afternoon and ev noon and 6 in the evening. ening after tbe auction sale we will On Saturday afternoon a 36 sell a box full of merchandise that piece silver set will be given away is worth from 500 to $1.50 at ajc a I'rce. Broken Boca box. LOCAL NEWS Leave orders for that fence at Greats big store 26 inches high. The best fence at 21 cents per rod. THE PAIR IDKAI- Oakland and White steam Automobiles. Ream Bros. Oakland and White steam Automobiles at $1000 , $1200 , $1700 , $2000 , 34000 Ream Bros. I have money to loan on well improved farms at 6 per cent. E. C. House 51 t-f \ Don't forget the sOOO rods of Hog fencing at Groat's big store. The best ever. The Lewis Stock Company in their big water proof tent the week of July 4th. Mrs. L. J. Corlett of Mcrna is I visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. \ Nels Lcc. I The Maxuina girls are goiujr I camping Saturday on the Loup. They meet at Miss Tot House's home and made plans for their I trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Leon ard will chapenan the crowd. f . Mrs. Gco. B. Mair and son Donald left Thursday for Frank" ford , Indiana. She expects to be gone all summer. Mrs. H. T. Bruce and son William will ac company her as far as Chicago , where she will visit her parents. Later she will visit other points of interest in the east. Sale of Firecrackers and Toy Revolvers. That all may be informed of the law and thus save to them selves trouble , which the lack of that knowledge might bring upon them , I herein set out the words of the statute , hoping that none will violate it. Sec. 2337x1 "No person shall use , sell , offer for Halo or keep for sale within this any toy revolvers sliootlnR blank cartridge , blank cartridges for toy revolvers , toy , or flic- crackerMiiore than tlvclnchcH In Ichpth anil more than three fourths of an Inch In diameter ; provided caps containing dyna mite may be used , kept for sale or sold when needed for mining purposes , or for danget signals , or for necessary use. " "Any person vlolatlong the provisions 01 this act shall be lined not exceeding $100 00 or be Imprisoned In the county Jail not exceed ing HO days. " I prefer to have this known by all rather than wait until a violation occurs. Respectfully N. T. Gadd. Kinkaid Picnic A Kinkaid picnic will be held at Yucahill July 27 1010. The committee that has the arrange ments in hand is plannin tor a big time. lion , M. P. Kinkaid has been invited to deliver the principal address of the occasion. Market Report. South Omaha , June 22nd 1910. We have had a liberal offering of cattle here this week , and the ; rade has been in bad shape. The trade Uie past two days has suffer'd a decline of fully a quar ter from the close last week. Chicago had liberal run today , about 26,000 , and the market was IS ( 25c lower. Tops here today brought $8.00 ; good to choice steers are quotable at $7 75 < & $8.15 ; fair to good $7.25 fYu $7.75 ; common to fair $6.75 ( V < ) * 7 25 ; good to choice cows and heifers $6 00 ( $ $6 75 ; fair to good $5 25 ; common to fair S4 50 ( n ) $5.00. We are looking for moderate supplies the balance of the week and not much furtuer change , There was a heavy run of hogs here today , about 15.0CO ; the market was a quarter lower- Bulk sold at $9.10 © $920 ; top $9.25. There was a fair run of sheep and lambs here today ; market slow and a shadd lower. Good killing lambs are selling at $7.00 ( ) $7.50 ; yearlings $5.50 @ § 6.00 : wethers $4.50 fes 4.75 ; ewes $4.25 @ * 4.65. Clay , Robinson & Co. MANY MEN Want Automobiles. You are one of them. You know an automobile will be of service to you as well as add to vour pleasure. Perhaps you have not been fully convinced of the working qualities of the JACKSON CARS but that you will get by calling on Sales Rooms 1st door south of Bowon's , w-v s WA X - * * X BEAUTY IN AND BEHIND GLASSES. Some glasses may be disfiguring. Clothes may be ill fitting or becom ing , it depends upon who fits them and how. "Do they fit ? " is a ques tion often asked , regarding shoes or clothes , but not always thought of in connection with eyeglasses. You can wear cheap untidy clothes and injure your reputation , only. You can wear wear cheap ill fitting glasses' only at the risk of injuring your eyesight. An ill fitting shoe makes itself known by pain. Poor eyeglasses glasses give no warning until the harm is done. Kverybady reads , but all do not read understand- inglo. Almost anyone can fit you with glasses , but will you be "fitted" alter he has "fitted" you ? I can as sist in prolonging your eyes , useful ness and good vision. HERWith With Our LUE RIBBON and BARRINGTOEM HALL COEFEES The Best On the Market. We also have Fresh Strawberries Ripe Tomatoes Green Vegetables of all kinds We have a fine line of Garden Plants that "V V "R "R j.1"1 Jxan t Jje JDeat J. N. PEALE Phone 161 THE GROCER P [ ' _ ° "f Agent for De Laval Separators Cream Station In Their Big Waterproof Tent For One Week Commencing Monday , July 4 The Broken How FAVORITES The LEWIS STOCK Co. W. F. LEWIS Opening Monday Proprietor and Manager Matinee with.the Four Act Western Play "The Cowboy" And Monday Night The Five Act Labor Play "For Humanity5 Sake9 The Company Carries All The Special Scenery For Giving First Class Productions. BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS Each One A Feature In Itself Roxy Pearl , THE MYSTERY GIRL. Answers all Questions Pertaining to Business Matters , Lost Articles , Love Affairs , 1 ? t c . Ask Her A Question Matinee Prices Children 2f c , Adult 35c Doors open Ij30 Curtain at 2:30 Evening Prices Children 25c , Adult , ' 35c A Pleasant Place To Spend A Pleasant Evening IVA LEWIS THE BIG FOURTH Will soon be here. The Big American Eagle will spread its wings over Broken Bow. Let's have a big time. We have added to our'immense i stock of groceries a great big full line of Fire Crackers , Pistols , Flags , Torpedoes , Sky Rockets , > Pin Wheels , Balloons , Novelties , Serpents , Etc. , Etc. Buy your Fire Works , Fire Crackers i > and Flags of us. M TRADE PUKE OLD CIDER YINEGAB MARK THE 4th OF JULY sooxx too Xxxo , For Your Picnics For Your Best Girl Heinz's Olives , Chase's Chocolates Queen per Queen Quality bottle . . . . 350 colates , l/2 Ib boxes at 3SC Heinz's Sweet Pickles , per dozen , only . . . IDC i Ib boxes , 500 Imperial Peanut , per bottle Fresh Roasted Peanuts , at . . . & 15 300 Ib per 20C Van Canips Pork and Beans , per can . . 10 , 15 & aoc Imported Dates in boxes IOC Sliced Beef , in glasses at 20 & 300 Hershey's Milk Chocolates , lobby's Veal Loaf , 2 for 250 a fine confection for . . 5C WE BUY , TEST and PAY SPOT CASH for CREAM. Ice For Sale in Small Quantities at The Eagle Grocery Store. The Square Deal Store Phone 58 8000 Rods Hog Fence Now Here 2ic Per Rod > S. P. CROAT X CO.