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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1910)
THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK
Gleaned for Your Perusal by Our Rustling Reporters
C. O. Bronlzer was In llorwyn
Give us your order for P1212I ) .
City Mill Co.
Levl Pool luft Tuoaduy for a visit
In Moberl ) , Mo.
One need 5 room dwelling with'
nuro of ground to rent. K. C. House
John T. Wood 'and wife visited
in Mason City Saturday.
Advertise in the Republican and
watch your business trow.
Sotno choice resident lots for sale
call ami got prices. 1C. C. J louse.
Uobert Mills of Wentorvlllc was
In the county seat Tuesday.
GPO. IJ. Malr made a trip to Calla
way the fore part of the week.
We will deliver your feed to any
part of the city. City Mill Co.
Mm. A. J. Klllott wes a Hillings ,
Mont. , passenger Tuesday morning.
For Sale Horse , buggy and har
ness , cheap , Inqulro of 11. MclJurnie.
Hen P. Morris chairman of the
county board was In the Uow Tues
One good 4 room house with
trees and city water t.o rent. 13. C. ,
Misses Ha'/.el Bennett and Rosclla
Rose spent Sunday with Ansley
The Hlaine County Hoostor is a-
galn In the field with Mr. P. Wilson
os chief operator.
Jvisl received a line of now Rock
ers ' and Chairs at Konkel's , The
Wo guarantee satisfaction to our
patroms. Try us and wo will prove
It. City Mill Co.
Sherley Parklson and Mr. hind-
ley , of Anaelmo visited with Sidney
Parklsou last Saturday.
P. II. Marley , pro. of the Mason ,
City Bunking Co. was In the city
between trains Tuesday.
'Prof , Tom Mulllns of the Ansel-
mo high school spent Sunday with
his Mother , MWJ. Kate Mulllnu.
Win. Pursoll of Mason Clly called
at the Republican office Friday , be
ing In thu city on legal business.
Mrs. J. B. Holcomb went to Cal
laway last Friday to be present at
j. district meeting of the Hobohalfs
: Col. M. C. Warring , Kdllor of the
Mason City Transcript , was a callei
nt the Republican office last Satur
Sheriff Kennedy reports business
rather dull in the "bad man" de
partment a condition we are proud
Mrs. Moulton and Mrs. Adams ot
Anselmo and Mrs. C. O. Jones of
Litchflold visited Mrs. Ormsby last
Automobile Sale , Saturday , Nov
, 20 , 1U10 at Broken Bow Auto Co
Oarage at U p. in. Highest blddoi
for cash gets car.
Officer Towaley Is having a new
barn erected on ills residence prop
erty in place of the one recontlj
destroyed by fire.
Mrs. Andrew Shorbcck and daugh
ter of Ansley visited friends In
Broken Bow last week returning
FOR UKVT. Brick store room
and suite of live rooms on second
floor. Will rent separately if do-
islrocl. 10. C. HOUHI- .
Mrs. S. L. Knox , who has been In
an almost helpless condition with
rheumatism lor some time , Is still
confined to her home.
While our present slock of SowIng -
Ing Machines last we will make a
bottom price on S.MIIO. Konkol
The Furniture Man.
John Woden , Sr. , who has been
taking medical treatment In this olt >
for some lime returned to his homo
In Ansley .Saturday morning.
Bottle Gall her , Mason Gait her ,
Anna Dovish , Will Trent and Millie
Jollnek , students , spent Tlianksglvln
at their homes near Mason City.
lOarl Smith who has boon employ
ed with the lOlnctrlc Light people ,
Is now engaged with Iho Bnrllnglon
force pulling down the big well.
Carl Anderson has just completed
a chicken house on his north side
property. He will stock up with
egg producers and pay no attention
to high prices.
Chas. D. Whaley , a plonpcr resi-
lent of Custor county near Callaway
was In the city Tuesday arranging
ils business affairs preparatory lo
lermancnlly locallng In California.
Mrs. Bruce Anderson who has
been visiting her aunt Mrs. John
Bruce for several days past returned
to her homo In Corrcctionvlllo , la. ,
Adolph Neumann , father , and Mrs.
W. R. Langford , Bister of Mrs. Wall
er Harris returned to Tekamah , Nob.
Saturday evening after a pk-asanl
weeks visit In Broken Bow.
Merle Plgman has resigned his
position with J. N. Pcalo and en
gaged with the Standard Oil Co.
The change In Mr. Pcale's grocery
promoles 11. ID. Dorrls lo the posi
tion of bookkeeper.
Chris Oborgard and \fifo of near
Oconto were In Broken Bow Friday
having dental work done. Mr. Ober
gard says farm work In his locality
is up-to-date and corn husking about
The flremans ball tonight pro
mises to bo one of the social events
of the season. The fire company
entertains hut once each year and
and nothing Is lefl undone to In
Mrs. C. W. Wellman of Uplon.
Wyo. , arrived In Broken Bow Fri
day Iho guest of J. B. Brown aiul
family. She will spend a couple of
weeks In this'vicinity visiting frlenc'j
and looking after real estate Inu-r-
The many friends of Mrs. Chas.
K. Basselt. , of Hyannls , will regret
to learn that she Is seriously 111
and Tuesday of last week , Dr.
Coprey , of Alliance , was called In
consultation with DR. Barr , of that
place , and they'both deemed 11 ad
visable that she go to Omaha for
an operation for appendicitis and
accordingly , on lasl Saturday , Mrs
Bassell , accompanied by Mrs. C O
Jones , of hltchfleld , was pul aboard
Iho train for Omaha. The result
of the operation which was to lunc
heon performed at Si Joseph's hos
pital has not yet been learned
OAKLAND WHITE STEAM OR FORD
Bacli Representing the Highest Value for tlie Price
Kadi Kmlmdyint ; the Iti'st in Motor Oar Construction
Lrt UK Tell You About Our 11)11 .Models iip-to-tlio-mlnuti' Cars.
fioo. Cndwr-ll or Illinois arrived
In tlio city Krldity toHlt his son
Willis Cadwcll and fuinlly. lie was
I nccoinimiiled by Ills tliuigliter Jullii
j who for a munlior'of years wna a
loltlcnt of Hrolton How . They
loft TuoHday for California to Hpeml
( ho winter.
Piuil Iliunphrcy in taking a short
viicritloii uml IB vlHlllng his iiaronln
In thlH clly for a few iluya. Mr
Humphrey 1 private Kocrotavy toj
the position In a crodlliibju ninmior
for the past thrco years. His ox-
perlonco In thin line of work makes
hjm a valuable assistant to the con
Tlio KlrlH of the Ansolino high
school came up Saturday and played
basket ball with the llrokeu How
eighth grade girls.Ve don't know
anything about basket ball but It
noeins our girls came out second In
Walter and George Flick who hav
boon attending to business matters
and visiting friends in this city for !
a week or so returned to Oklahoma
City Saturday evening , leaving tholr
real estate Interests to the able man
agement af JO. C. House.
Col. Hrcga of Callaway wns In the
city Tuesday. Dick has a lame back
\\hlch ho says was caused fiy the
anti-dlvlslon wagon running over
him. Anyway he has a bran now
automobile and don't act like Calla
way wna so many miles away.
In order to increase
our retail trade and get
| more of the people to be
come everyday customers
at the City Fakery we
have concluded to give
away on Christmas Eve
250 beautiful pri/es to
our regular customers.
Also a beauiiful capi
tal pri/e to the most pop
ular Lad } ' , married or
Her popularity to be
determined by vote , each
voter being allowed on
vote with every 5 cent
purchase of bakery goods
also a valuable and ap
propriate prize will be
given to the Boy or Girl
bringing \n \ the most
THE CITY BAKERY
1 This is the i
requisite fij |
for making I |
\j * <
Foods , 1
Absolutely Pare IrJ
| H | The only Baking
1 T Powder made
I ) from Royal Grape | -
h Cream of Tartar
J made from grapes
No Lime Phosphate
* Another special deal and
< < > > CIAL SAL
of especially good things' ' We nre jusj in receipt o af lot of
ONYX ENAMELED WARE
This is a high grade triple coated ware on a steel bnse nml is one of the
NEXT SATURDAY P. M.
We will place on sale some splendid bargains in this ware. Remember for
this Saturday aftemoun only
Onyx Enameled Disk Pans
Onyx Enameled "Water Pails
Onyx Enameled Teakettles
Only 34 Cents Back *
One to a customer. Also a lot of other Onyx enameled ware at
Only 25 Cents Back
These are special bnrgeins for these goods are worth more money
Lot" ) of them wen out last week , but we have lots left and more coming.
Come in and see them. We have a great variety of pretty goods for your
inspection and have plenty of bargains for jou at
Ti > 3 ! PP i
Broken Bow Nebraska < ?
i My entire stock on the north side g
consisting of Furniture , Hugs Carpets
Ranges , Heaters and Wire Fencing H
will give 10 per cent discount from the § j
Regular Prices and with every dollar
: J2 |
i worth bought we give a coupon on a
j Laurel Range to be given away Doc. = 5
llOth at Groat's Old Stand. i
Advertisers in THE REPUBLICAN reach over 2,000 sub
scribers each week. Circulation sworn.
In order to reduce our immense stock of clothing we are offering fora short time only
Mens regular 10.00 suits
8 IW will go at ' O 95
8I Mens regular 12.50 suits
will go at 7.95
I Mens regular 18.00 suits ,
will go at
Mens regular 22.50 suits .
will go at lb.95
Boys Knickerbocker suits
will go at 1.952.252.05 5.90
Mens regular 10.00 Overcoats -
will go at 0 95
Mens regular 15.00 Overcoats k"
will goat 9-95
Mens regular 18.00 Overcoats
will go at 11.95
Mens Fur Goats
Mens All wool Sweater Coats
'Opportunity" is calling you to this sale , step in and examine our goods , there's a bargain for you at
4 if STORE
The Leading Merchants
Iroken Bow - Nebraska
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