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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1899)
I'ntor Book ol Goorplown wn u
friendly oallur yiiulenlay.
Fred lllntib rot timed from a two
wettks vinit in II ot Spring * S ft ) Fri
Job printing of dvery description
nently nnd promptly executed nt
J.N. Uidenour , Morni , wa n city
vitdtor yestorday. We acknowledge
a friendly call ,
I ntn now prepared to do plain
family Hewing , alm > dniKn mnking.
Ut MICH lii , i , IK KINU.
A vote for Koss Picket for city
clerk will be a vote to encourage
' in laudable ambi
a young' man a
At tlio Rcliool cnimiR Saturday Dr
J.J.Pickolt and W.B.Eafiham were
nominated momberH of the Hcliool
Wm. Harold , of Jloosier , at
tended the assessoss meeting on
Tuesday. lie is assessor of
The dedication of the new M.
1C. church will be on Sunday ,
April yth , instead of caster Sun
day , as some understand.
A packed caucus secures a
nomination , but the demo-pop
crowd will find that it does not
always insure success at the
(3. W. 13etl : and wife are in the
oily , having arrived Monday night.
They came up on account of the
HtriouB illiutuN of John Heal , Hocond
BOH of hia brother Elgin , C. VV.
will romam in charge of the Beacon
until Elgin can again roHiime charge
The "Gold King- " , given at the
opera house Tuesday night by
the Broken Bow Dramatic Co. ,
was the best production the com
pany has yet put on the stage.
The house" was crowded , and it
was an appreciative audience.
13ach person deserves special
mention , but lack of time pre
Prof. Ah .snson informs us that
the poles , wire and instruments
for his telephone system , have
arrived. He will have work
commenced on the poles at once
and as soon as the frost is out of
the ground he will begin putting
up the line. He has already
made arrangements to extend the
line to Ansley and Merna , and it
is to be hoped that he will be
able to arrange to connect Sar
gent , Callaway , Ansehuo and
Arnold. Westerville also ought
to be included.
Boys with hatn on tlio back ol
their hcade and long hair hanging
down over "their foreheads , and
with oigarollcH and Ktnutty words
iu their mouths , are cheaper a tuff
than old sliooH. Nobody wautH
them at any price , men will not
employ them , girls will not marry
them , they are not worth their
keeping , and they will never bo
able to keep themselves. Lot every
y .ung man who roadH thin deuorip.
tiou look at hiuiHolf in the mirror
and if it fits hn ; oano rcHolvo to
change hin Htyle and habitu. Exv
W. G. Seeley and family are
about to remove to Broken Bow , at
which place ho is to take uhnrgu ol
the Fouler & Smith lumber yard ,
This town will regret to IOHO Mr.
Seeley and hin estimable family
Mr. Seoley Is a good bnsincds man
and what may be termed a huBller ,
aim under hia management the lum
her buwineBH of that company at thin
place has proopered. The family
have many aecompliHhmontH wj
will bo greatly mlcaed in church
work and in social circles. \yt
witdi them an t qual mouHiiro of
liiioooHH and prosperity in thmrnew
home. Central City Republican.
The oratorical contest of the Bro
ken Bow High school was held in
the opera house lam night , in the
proBonco of a lar n and appreciative
audience. The following urogram
wan rendered :
JS ? " , ? " 1 1.8.010 Mlii Kv Jowett
\\hlftllnKlnHeaTHi Mias Kmm Lucu
Signing the Declaration . . . . Mr. Guy Llrermore
Tb LiaklutboUylcu MUs Mary Oonley
W"BonE . . . Hies MmuleShliin
All Old Surgeon's Story Mug May Jacobi
1'ledfowlth Wloa MlMNtillleMcIutosh
The Flrat fcettler's Story MIc * UutinKvliey
'I he Martyred Mother Ml , Lrjin Moore
Ooriiet and Trombone Duet.
_ , . Me rt Taylor and Clinton
The U mber' ! Wlto MUsUelen Leminu
Toutlant l/ouvcrturo Mr. AHhur Mycn
The Ohrlitlan In the Arena . . .MU Anun Mcgaii
Each.of the contOHtants did quite
well , but unfortunately only two
could win prizcH. MIHB Lena Moore
daughter of attorney Moore wan awarded -
warded first prizo.j'VehBtera Una
bridged dictionary offered by Prof.
Adamson and $5.00by Senator Cur-
rie. The nooond prize was won by
MJBI Anna Megan , daughter of Itev
J.W Megan.the Baptiat minutor,86
by Prof.Adamson. The tLird u
the oonteat was MIBH Emma Luce ,
the fourth Mies Kate Kolsoy. The
judgGH wore A 11Humphrey , Simon
Cameron and JaB.Stookham.
if on HAL.I ; ; .
Ohoioo HtraiiiB of Poland China
pigB , both male and gilt.
L. LI. JKWETT.
IflVditllf * . MI , J
KCHOllllloilH Of A 0. 11Y. \ .
Utokin HO.Y loilK < > No. 101 , [
llrokf n How , NI > > > .I AUrcli Kill , IHW. I
rctKi It tut jpli-sleilour llcartnlPillier ,
the Uuircmc | MM er Workiiinn of tlm Unltone ,
to remore 111 tlnth nur ImloTeil brother , J. W.
Htllrlmry , tlivreforti \ > r It
ItcioUcil , Tint Urokei How Io < lK No lot , liit
lout onti of III boouted member * , tht commntillj
n titxUljr ieiioot | a citizen , u > l tliu family n kind
linitaufl Mm loTnlg fniter
llnioltud , Tli t we eittnil to tin btreavml f ni
lly oir a i'i > il pruijktlijr | In ttilr , tliel jtreftt
liuur uf affliction , nuii iiMiirr thf 111 tlml wr linre
\vltli Ilieni In tlielr Jfp fortnw , tlielr lo of A
lovlMKtniibiitirf stid father. mt nun a worthy
Itcnolti'd'rii l A copy of there rnnnlutloiiH lie
Kent to Mm funlljr ef our ducemecl brother , ami
copies to ' o unlit to thu loonl | M ) ) r for imbllcn-
Itcmilvrd , That Iheco rciolutlnni tin iirniul | ui |
( in liumlimtii * . Miilllullliit Clurtor of llroki-n
lion ! . ( ulK No , 101 , noilr l > il In moiiriipig fur
the permit of thirty dayi.
\'nti \ > KINNK , )
Wu.I.ln ( UlMVKl.Ij , i Coimnilltc.
W II. KiSTIUU. )
Many choice articles and a
good dinner and supper at the
Raster market on Saturday ,
Jesse Tcyardcn will speak at
' "Christ Send
eleven o'clock on
ing1 Forth His Apostles" , and at
7:30 : in the evening on "Jesus
Before Pilate" .
Sunday school at 10 o'clock ,
followed by preaching and com
munion iit'elcvun. Young- pee
ple's meeting- 6:30 : and preaching
ing- services at 7:30. :
Maurice Rycrson will conduct
the youngpeople's meeting.
Baptism at close of evcnine ser
mon. Come with a desire to
know the truth and it will make
For sale , 100 bushels of flax need.
It is clear of mustard and is in line
condition for sowing. Price 80
cents. Three miles north of Bro
It F. A. BKKTHAHO.
I will noli at public unction , on
Thursday , March 30 , 18519 , at 10 a
in. , a number of horses , cattle and
farm implements. Terms all sums
of $6 nnd under , cash All over $5
uit > ht months time will bn given on
approved security ; 10 per cent off
for oat-h. At my farm live miles
west of Broken Bow.
MoroBnow today , Tuesday.
Mrs. Ublman and family wont to the
Cburley Myers was buck to bis old
camping ground Htinday.
AHlnk Enderson wont to tint How Tuce
ilny and took iu the Gold King.
Mrfl. Ooviur and daughter , of Swisa
Valley , Sundayed nt Mre ( Jhlmau's.
Will Peterson and wife and a dozen
others called nt Mrs Unlmnn's Sunday.
T. Olaon. Frank \Vltnina. rttok Smutu
and A. H. Nnsh made u trip to thu Uow
Wo acknowledge friendly call from
half a dozen young people Sunday.
Come agnln. boy a.
W S. Soietfl wns In tbo yal'ey ' Mon
day. Mondny evening be wont over
north to BOO how bo ntood In.
The rnln maker tried eyer so bard , but
nil he got WI\H snow ; he wi'l ' have to io >
journ another week In tbo town of Bro
Astute Endoroon has hired out to Mr.
Wolnmnn for tbo eoason. He says bis
object IB to educnto himself in tbo Qer
man language. After ho has boon there
Haven months ho ought to be able to Bay ,
'Paulena vilxtb high roliden. "
U J. Stalllngs1 wife nnd ohllrl have
just arrived from Iowa. They will lr >
farming this season.
Chna. Freeman has rented hie farn
for ' 90 to H gentleman from Franco b }
tlio nnmc of Whiskers.
While the undent rain makera of CUB
tor count nre taking a rest , they tn'gh '
wheel In a Ht'le aim In our back yard.
Mrs. Rosa Uurgor hna been alok fo
the past two weeks , but under the oar
of Dr. Wamaloy la now getting better.
I ) . JC. Manning la the now mail car
Her. After trying about H hundred
they bnvo seemingly got the right man
Wo should sow our wheat a trill
thicker , If sued raised hero Is to be used
on noeount of sprouting In the shock Ins
V now and very young lady arrived at
the homo of Mr. nnd Mra. John Prod
more , Ji , , very recently. All parties
Interested are doing well uiuUr the -jure
of Dr. Watusley.
Yenterday , 18th Inet. , thu Mlssta An
nie , Hello and Katie bturdiyaut puld a
visit to Mrs. Rosa Burger , the genial P *
M at Qeret , to cheer her In her illnoea ,
which bad the desired effect , as today
she la much better.
la It the ccld and reckless manner or
the manalTO Intellect ot the pop gimlets
published In Ouster count ) that are boring -
ing a bole through the north pole , that
Is working In the Interest of the bloated
coal dealer of Broken Uow.
Wo Uiink It would be advisable on
account of liability of more wind to lo.
onto the town of West Star before it U
loat ihrbt of * Weal Star DeaU no star ,
as we are sure the star ot the east Is al
ready loat alghl of In that section.
H . l > , Itiilelnu'n refllilmioti biirnrd on
Iliii HI , list. 'I hid U n MtrlonH lou . to
Mr. H. . im Mutnt iivoryllilii WHS den-
troyoil In the lire ; no tfnirAticu. A nod
IMMMC PCTHH lo bu the nntnrnl thing for
Cuatur county , UB It will not burn ,
T. 1) . Glllnnd wife and Mrs. Torn
Maple , MIH ( Jill's slBfr , have just returned
turned from Ohio , coining ov r from
Annelmo by mull ntnge. Tom says they
were u half day goini ; to the rallroml , v
ilii-tHncn ol four inllci1lth n four horHO
tenm and -IOU pounds of bnggnge , nnd
ttinn wulkpd up the hills , which was
nnarly all Ihu way. They c.nllvil thn
niftdB hunvy bnck In Ohio ,
' liiiinlny and Knnillolil nnt Rhipping
cuttle nnd hogs loUiniilm.
MIH. Huofelo Is Hlto.it well. Willie
McClurti hns not iniiroviMi | nny ,
Htouk iBHtlll In fulr condillon ; vary
ov hdvc died us far us huiird Irotn.
MIHM Kllun Conley eloped a six morithR
o ! school ut Oo nito lust week.
John Ktilnhurd U giving suburban do-
"vory. " Ho ha eight bopx on the route.
Kiunuol ProTlnco and Oeo HuiVinan ,
nftor ui ; abHence of four years , have rti-
iirnod to Cnster ,
JoROpli Kitdolka , our elllelent carrier ,
a leaving the n nlo. He Is going home
o 9loux county , Neb.
There nru omens of spring ; migrating
owln have arrived , prnlrie fowls lire
cooing Hint lurks nro slnglni ; .
Jiulite Mnbllts hue been ndvanecd
above us ton cents a dny fourth elms
) ostmnstrrs , Tnckervlll. ) IH n money
F K. onloy moved to J. W. Con-
oy'd yesterday. Ho will put out n crop
nd In enily autumn he propones to ml-
rate to Oklahoma.
Farmers are getting a little norvoue
vor the late spring ; try unil bo patient ;
ed tlmo and harvent hus been promts-
.1 , nnd wo have never hron dlpnppolnted
Checter Lawhoad , nllns Murphy , came
o pay a visit to his old neighbors aome
our woi-ks since Last week u sheriff
rom Wyomii.g came down and arrested
ilm. It perms ho had a weakness for
Notice fnr I'libllcntlon.
Notice IK Uornbr Rlvnn tlmt In imrpiianro of In-
tructluiin fioin the Commlsilonor ot ( lie Quncral
, mil Office , under niltliorlty rcdtcil Iu him by
cr.tloirJir.5 Unltail Slntci HC'v'i"d ' Statute * . M
amended l y tlio net of congress nt'iiroved Feb.
Otti IHUfi wi- will prorcciitn offer nt public Biilu
n the 'J7th day of April , 189'J , neil , at thla olTlcu
IIP follow ln trnol of lain ) , to.wlt : Se qr nw or
nc. IT , ip ION. , 11.21 W. Any uiid nil persons
Irlmlnu ndTcrccly the sbove diHcrlbcd luinJx uro
clvlfcd to ll'e tlinlr clillciii. In thin ntflcu on or bc-
ere tliu day above daskuatrd for tlio commauce-
ucnt of gald ale , otliorwhc tln-lr rtcbtR will be
OKO K. FIIKNOU , Rci/lKtcr.
KIIANK HACON , [ Ucclvor
Dutoil tliln 17til diiy of March , 1H91I.
L nil Ofllcc at llrokcn How , Nob. , (
March U3 , 18BK. f
Notice l hereby ulvcn tlmt the follow iiitf.imm-
od eottlor him Illeil notlco ot hln Intontlou to
nako llnnl proof In support of hid claim , and
liat eatd proof will ho inado before HctjUter nnd
locolvcr , at llrokmi How. Ni-li , on May nth ,
,899 , viz-
CUiittoM \ValHleben ,
of Somorford , Nob. , for the H. K NO. 81H , w nr
section 33. Townihlp II ) N , Hange IS W. Ho
names the followIIIK witnesses to proro his con-
.InnouB residence open and cultivation of , said
land , vie : Joseph Janesofgky , QcorKO Whit-
ro'ub , of Somorford , Olaudo M. Wolfe , C'lnnse
Worth of CohurK Nob.
JAMES WH1TKI1KAD. HcKl l r.
Laud Omce At Hrokcn Uow , Neti. , I
March''Sd 18 '
, 'J. f
Notlco U hereby glTMn that tlio following n ra-
d mttler tin flluil uotlcn of liU Intention to
mftko dual proof In support of M claim , and that
laid proof will be made before Kuxlptcr and Re-
lror , t llroltoii Uow , neb , on May 8th ,
99 | Tlij
JOMupli JanvHOtHky ,
of Somorford. Nob. , for the ne or boctnon 5 tp
18M 11. IBW. Ho nnmoa the following wit
U8so8 toprovuhla continuous residence upon
and cultivation of. aiild landlz : Gharlci I ,
Wulslobon , Olaudo Wolfe. I'cter Jauusofiiky.
Kretl 1'Urce , nil of Somerrord , Neb.
JAMKiWHlTKHKAl ) ,
Frazer Axle Grease
IBOAFTCRTNI ; / " A j s-
Not affected by Heat op Cold.
Highest Awards at Centennial.
Paris and World's Fair.
" " ? " " FRAZER LUBRICATOR Do , ,
Factories : Chclago. St. Loult , New York.
. Jbive Years.
By Bpooial arrangement inudo
with the publisherH of the Farm
Journal we are enabled to offer a
5 years HubooripUon to that paper
to every new Hiibtmriber who pays
for the KBPUIII.IOAN one year ahead
and the name offer in made to every
old subscriber who will pay all baek
dues and one year in advance both
papers for the puoo of ourn only.
In order to gov the Farm Jo'irnal
au a premium for advnice payment
it will bo nooobB&ry to walk right
up to the captain's ollice , for we
have only n limited number of 5
year nubnoriptioiih to dispose of.
The Farm Journal iri on Holid foundation -
ation and perfectly trustworthy.
Oconlo , Nub. , Fob. U7 , 180D.
To whom it may concern :
I have thin day given my son , M.
( J. Brown , IIJH time , and I will not
be rcppotitiiblo for any bill he may
contract from thin date. lit
Uuoilou' Araloa Salvo.
I'm : HKT SALVU in tbo world ( or uulo
briilHt'3 , t-ort'S , uloerc , salt rheum , ( ever
Horca , loiter , olmpped liMida , chilblains
uornc , nnd nil akin eruption , and posi
tively t'vros pllep.or no pay roqnlrcd. It
In Kimraniecd to KVU ! Bntletnotion 01
money reduulod , Prlun ' 25o per box.
For null ) by nil
Tlio Wity T > < i Ti > CitlKoriila
is in a ton nut Hluoping car poruon-
ully ooiMluctod via the Burlington
Kouto. You don't change oars.
You make fast tlmo. You MOO the
tineHt Hcouery on the globu. Your
car IH not HO eKpenuively linished
nor so line to look at an n palace
ah'oper , but it in just as clean , jiut
as comfortable , just as good to ride
in and NEARLY § 20 UHKAI'Kll.
The Burlington excursion leave
ov-jry Thurnday rnaehin San Fran-
cifloo Sunday and Los Angeloa on
Monday. Porter with each car.
Eryuraion manager with each party.
For fold'-r giving full information
call at nearest B. & M. II. II. de
pot or write to J. Francis , General
1'aHHoriKor Aj ent , Omaha , Neb.
llurllogton Koute Calllornm Excursion *
Cheap ; quick ; comfortable.
Leave Omalui * 1:30 : p. m. Liu-
doln 0:10 p. m. and Hastings 8:50 :
p. m. every Thursday , in oloan ,
modern , not crowded tourist uloep-
ora. No transfers ; oars run right
through to 8f > n Francisco and Los
Angeled over the Scenic Koute
through Denver and Salt Lake City.
Cars are carpeted ; upholstered in
rattan ; l.avo spring seats and backs
and are provided with curtains ,
bodrting , towlon , soap , etc. Uni
formed porters and experienced ex
cursion conductors accompany each
excursion , relieving passengers of
all bother about baggage , pointing
out sbjeots of interest and in many
other ways helping to make the
overland trip a delightful exper
ience. Second class tickets are
honoro.l. Berths $ fi.
For folder giving full informa.
lion , call at nearest Burlington
Uotito ticket oflicc , or write to J.
Francis , general passenger agent
Omaha , Nob.
Kev. K Edward pastor of the English
UaptUl Clniic.liof Mliiereville , Pa. , when
aull'erlnK wlili rheumatlpm , was advised
to try Chamberlain. s Pnln HnUn. He
Oay : " A few Applications of tbis lini
ment proved of grent service to me. It
aiibdoi'd the inlUmmntlon nnd relieve !
tlio pHin. Should any Buff-ring prrflt
l > y Rlvlnu ; Pain Unlm a trial it will please
mo. " For Bnle by till
Reliable man in tlila vlulnlty to open
a small cilice and Imndla my goods.
Position permanent and good pay. If
vour record Is O. K. here IB an opening
for you Kindly mention this paper
when writing. A. i' . Moituis.
Cliaiiibcrlatti'H Coujcli etuecly.
This remedy Is intended especially for
roughs , colds , croup , wbooplof ; cough
and influenza. It has become fsmoue
for Its cures of these diseases , over a
large part of the civilized world. The
most llntterluf testimonials have been
reeeivrd , giving accounts of 1(6 ( good
works ; oT the ngravatlng and persistent
eouglm It baa jured ; of nevore colds that
bnvo yielded promptly to its soothing
off LOU , nud of tbo dangerous attacks ol
croupe it baa cured , often saving the
lite of the child The extensive use of It
for whooping cousrh linn shown tlmt it
robs that dlenaau of all dangerous con-
-i qucncw. Sold by till druggist.
KobbcU tlie Cirave
A < * tttr'iing incident , ot which Mr John
Oltv < r of Philadelphlti. WHS thu pubjrc
l nnrrntt'd by him as follow a : "I wn * It.
n most dreadful condition. My skhi was
almost yellow , eyes sunki-n. tongue
coated , ( .am continually MI my back anc
aldofi , no appetite grntiuiilly growing
wi'uki-r ( ay by day Three pbjelclnus
bad given me t.p. Fortunatolv a friend
advised trjlng Klectrlo Ultturp ; nnd lo
my reat < j' ' > y and surprise the tirst bottle
mnilH ndicldud Improveiiiont. Icnntln
ut'd tnelr IHU for ihreo wenk * nnd am
now a vvoll innn. I know they eiived my
life nnd robbi-d tbo grvo ot another vlo-
tliu No one should fall to try them.
Only W > ct * per bottle at nil drugglsta.
4u IIomiNt nicUlcliic for I.n ; rlppc
George W.Vultt o' South Gardiner
Mi M says : " 1 have had the worst cough
colds , chills nnd grip nnd bar * taken
bta of trash of no account but protll to
the vendor. Cbauiberlnlns Cough Item
ed } IH the only thing that has done any
g tud whatever. I bnvo used one 60o
bottle and the chils , fold nnd grip Iwvt
all left me. I congratulate the manu
facturers of an honest medicine. ' ' For
ale by all druggis.B.
Anynno jemllnu n tkolrli imil i1 < serljitlon mnv
quickly ntrortaln mir opinion litu onctlioi
itiTunuini l < prntmhljr iwteiitnlili" , roiiuiiiuii > u-
( loniitrlctlyroitllileutlal. IlHiiillnioUon I'lilvuu
ent free. Olilest npcnrjr fur nwiinnj : iiiittiiu.
I'utciitB takou throiieli ilunn \ Co. rorcm
nxelal nutlet , nlibout tbnruu , lutliu
Abandanmolr IlliistratoJ ntoklr. U-xrtrsl olr
culttlon ut HIIJT K'lentltio lotinml. 'IVruu. 1 1 n
roan four montbs , | L Pom byull ne ili > : ili > ti
limncU UMc . 6JS K BU Wailiu.-u | > n , I ) . C
Mm a J'ull Line of
Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper.
MHO n Fimi Line of Hooka , Stationery , Toilul Articles , etc. StortK on
lioth North nnd Sonlh Sides , Broken Bow , Nob.
A10 per cent Discount for Thirty Days Only
To nmkn room for our largo Spring Stook , we will give a 10 per
oont discount discount off our regular low prices on all our JJata and Shoes
M.OO Hats go at COo
1,00 HatH go at $1.35
2.00 Huts go at 1.80
a 00 UatH go at a .70
fcl.OO Shoes go at 90o
1.50 Shoes go at $1.35
2.00 Shoes go at 1.80
3.00 Shoes go nt 270
Standard L.L. Muslin at .80 yd
On our $4,600.00 Stock ot Huts and Shoes you Have $490 by this dis
Do not Miss this Opportunity. * ?
Goods all Marked in Plain Figures.
Loaders in Low Prices.
HARNESS 1 HARNESS !
I have now over 200 sets of Iliruesa in the house , and will be able
to give you anything wanted , from $13.00 to $35.00 per sot , complete.
Wo have tirst-class Harness from $22 00 to # 25 00. We have some forty
odd different styles of Harness , AND AH MANY DIFFKHBNT PRICKU HAII-
Kitss , and in the event wo dou't happen to have just what you want , wo
will be able to change them to uiit your taste. If you want a factory
matlo Harness we have them , and will bo able to give at least ton per
ueut belter value than anyone else in the county , because we have all
our factory harness made to our order , and for this reason we are able to
get bpttor value for the same money. Wo will also duplicate any and \
all pastern catalogues on prices. If you happen to have a price on Bar- ,
ness , bring it with you and we will duplicate the same and save you the i
freight on anything between hero and Chicago , and add freight beyond.
We mean just what we say above.
i All the following lines are complete , and prices guaranteed : Shelf
Hardware , Pocket Knives , Table Knives and Forks , Spoons. Tlnwaru of
all kind * , Nails , Bolts , Barb Wire , Hay Fencing ; , Bioyclea , Sowing Ma
chines , Guns , Cartridges , Shells , Powder and Shot.
On Saddles "We are Right.
Thaiiking you all for pnat patronage with which we a ro well pleased ,
our trade has more than doubled in the past year , and wo will therefore
ontinuo our old motto , "T"
I make the correct fitting of Glasses
F. W. HAYES ,
Jeweler and Optician.
Has a very complete 1
PERLEY line of
Groceries , Qaeensiare , iarfliare , Dry
Boots and Shoes , Wagons , Buggies ,
And a complete FARM IMPLEMENTS
line of ,
Come and see me , and I promise you good goods and
prices as low as the lowest.
8. H. 11URNIIAM. President , Lincoln. Neb II. O. KOOKIW , Onshlor , Ikokon Bow.
O. 1' . TKIILEY , V-Proi. , Urokon Uo\r J. M KIMUKUL1NG , Ass't Caehlcr
Pirst National Bank ,
OF BROKEN UOW.
General Hanking ButuueHH Transacted.
S. H. llimiham. I. . 11. Jowett. It. C. Talliot. o. 1' . IVtloy. II. O. Hogerw ,
United States Natloutl Dank. Omilm. Chaiu Nfttlonal Hunk. New York. Aroerienu
Kzehango Dank , Lincoln. FlMt National IHnV. ( Irnnil talAiitl , Klrat National Hank ,
North I'lutto , Neb.
F. O. WOHNALL , Preildenl. J. A. n 1(1113 , Cashier.
A , J. UOUKHT80N , Vlcu-Prei. W. D. BLACKWKLL , Aii't Cashier.
Farmers Bank of Ouster County ,
BROKEN BOW , NEB.
Transact ! A GeneraluBanking jBuainofla. County Olairas aud
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