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NO 1 ,
SHOW THEIR St'EKl ) AT THE COSTER COUNTY PAIR ,
Six Firsts , Five Seconds and Three Thirds , out
of a total of Seven Races.
FOR SAI.K BY
Bicycles Sundries , and Edwin P. Myers ,
Repairing- . Opposite Partners Bank.
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t.Ji J. G. EAEBEELE.I im
Farmers , ask my compelitors if they can carry $1,000.00 K
of Insurance against Fire , Lightning , Tornadoes , Cyclones |
and Wind Storms for eight years for $15. That's what I can j |
do , and in a company thai has over $27,000,000 of insurance |
in force in Ihis slale. E. C. HOUSE.
& & & s
Harry Day & Cos
In order to reduce the Salisbury stock of
Goods we recently purchased so as to en
able us to consolidate our two stores as soon
as possible , we will for the
NEXT SIXTY DAYS
continue to give our customers better prices J
than they can secure at wholesale. We
bought these goods in a lump , and at figures
below eastern prices , hence we have no
competitors in prices or quality of goods in
Broken Bow. If you want real bargains in
Dry Goods , Boots , Shoes , Clothing ,
Call and see us at
SALISBURY'S OLD STAND ,
in the Realty Block.
HARRY DAY & CO.
Local ! Mentioia.
Job printing at this ofh'oe.
Cannon Oity coal at Diorks
I. A. Coleman of Monui was a
oity visitor Monday.
Dr. MoArthur , of Woslorvillo , was
a friendly caller Monday.
Curtain poloe , now and nobby ,
go at 25o. A.W. DKAICK.
FOR SAIK Pony , cart and har
ness. TAYLOR FUOK.
0 22 3t.
Perry and Claro-ico Melcalf , of
\Valworlh , mule this ollioo a social
A h'no rain visited tins locality
Monday night. It waa greatly
John Tyson , weal ot iho oity , is
building a story and a half frame
hoiiso on his farm.
Chas. S. Osborne was ever from
Sargont Sunday , llo reports the
prospects for his business good.
City and farm properly insured
against tire , lightning and torna
does. J. M. KIMUUKMNG.
FOR SAUK Two houses ; one two
blocks east of square , and one west
of Glebe hotel. Enquire at Bangs'
R. M. Dixou , a former resident of
Callaway , who has boon south for
several years , has returned to Ouster
county satisfied to stay.
Do nol neglect to consult Dr.
Seymour at the Grand Central
Ilotol July 5th. if you are having
auy trouble with your oyos.
The following towns in iho county
have announced their intention to
celobraio Iho 4th of July , Callaway ,
AnsleyMason City and West Union.
Bed room suits lower than pver ;
line couches ; to appreciate quality
and price couio and see them.
The Children's Day exorcises al
Iho Uaplisl church Sunday night
were highly appreciated by Iho
large audience that assembled lo
Dr. Soytnour brings the most
complete line of scientific instru
ments for the eye over brought to
this oUy. At the Grand Central
Ilotol July 5th.
Sunday was a soorohor. The
thormonotor registered 100 in the
shade at 2 o'clock in iho afternoon
and aslato as 0 o'clock still register
ed 100 in the shade.
The RBPUHMCAN is under obliga
tions to E.W.UoedjOf Iloldrogofor
copies of iho Citizen and Process ,
containing the report of the State
Sunday School convonlion.
A hail storm visitoJ the vicinity
of Miller in Buffalo county Irst
week badly damaging the crops.
There wera 1000 window lighls
broken in the town of Miller.
Farms for sale and lands for rent
Now ia the time to got a farm cheap ,
as the cheap farms are all going and
prices are commencing to advance
Judge Sullivan convened an
equity term of court in this city
Monday. A number of canes were
disposed of , that could bo tried
without a jury. The session will
Dr. W. I. Seymour of Omaha
will bo in Broken Bo/ for one day
July 5th and will be pleased lo
moot all those who desire lo con-
t-ult him about their eyes. At iho
Grand Central Hotel.
The Sargenl Era slalos that W.
II. Kussell of this oity was ihcro
lasi week having billsstruck , adver
tising himself a. < a magnetic Healer
Wo understand that Mr KiiHcell
was a f Indent under Prof. Solield
of Ihis oily.
W. E. Swongol and Roy I'arker ,
of Milburn , were social callers Mon
day. Mr Swinge ! was in tin- oil )
making proof on his timber claim
Ho says Children's Day oxoroinos
were held Sunday by their Sunday
School in the grove. A largo
crowd wis in attendance.
Mandolins , ihroo only left ; no
room for them ; they go at one
fourlh price. Pantol and oil pic
tures go for less than cost of frame
Iron beds * 1.50 to $75. I buy all
kinds of goodc , and advance money
on auy article of value.
Rov. D. D. PropCr , of Dos
Moines arrived in Iho oily lasl nighl ,
on a vigil will ) his father and bro
ther. He is a missionary for Iowa ,
Nebraska , Kansas , and Colorado.
Ho will preach in the Baptist
ohuroh tonight. Ho is an able
epeakor , and all who can should
T. 1C. VanAntworp of Lodi was a
city visitor Monday.
ritfc. Ilaokburgli of An solmo wan
n friendly caller Saturday.
G. W.M. Bodoll of Stop Table ,
was a friendly called Tuesday.
J. S. Francis , of Morna , made
this olliico a social call Monday.
A good buggy for sale ohoapl
Inquire at Presbyterian parsonage.
Found A pair of glasses.
Call prove proper t } ' and pay for
Isaac Doardoof of Mason City
was looking after business in the
11. B. Kelly , of Borwyn , was
among the welcome callers at this
Tlios. D. Gill , of Genet , kindly
romiMuborod this oflioo yesterday
while in the oity.
Chas.Klumpof Cliff , called Mon
day and ordered his paper changed
to Klump post otlico.
CATTI.K FOR SALIC : At nil limes
on mv ranch six miles southwosl of
Broken Bow Jesse Gaudy.
The U. S. land oflioo was moved
lasl week lo its new location on the
second floor of iho post oflioo build
Dr. Ponnington is building an
oftieo on the vacant lol between
Ryoreon's grocery sloro and Mo-
Comas * south side drug Mloro.
Mrs. Chas. Osborno accompanied
her husband to Sargont the first of
lhi week whe.ro they expect to move
as noon as they can got a IIOUHO.
Wanted , a girl to do general
house work. Good wages to the
tf MRH. JAMKS Licmvum.
Dr. Graham's now method of
oxtracling leoth is absolutely pain
less. No sere mouth , as in Iho 'use
of other local amustholics. a2fi
E. J. Pillaway is building quite
an < jxtonsivo addition to his dwell
ing house , whioh greatly improves
its appearance. W. A. Thompson
is doing the work.
, 'W. M. Vannioc , just , west ol Ihe
city a ooufile of miles , has a new
frame house about completed and
ready for occupancy. It is 20 by
28 feet , with five looms.
The county board , whioh convened
as a board of equalization Tuesday
of last week , is still in session.
Siii'jo Monday , Iho regular work
of Iho board haa bcon the program.
K)0 acres only 4 miles from
Broken Bow worth $1200.00 will
be sold for $800.00 cash if taken
by Saturday , June 24th.
Wiijjs CADWKU , .
Before having any hail insurance
written on your crops see W. D.
Blackwoll the agent of the old
and reliable St Paul Fire and
Marino insurance Co. and got his
rates and tot ins.
Dr. R. B. Mullins and wife of
Sargont came over Saturday and re
mained over Sunday visiting with
relatives. Wo are pleased to learn
that the doctor in building up a fine
praotioe in his now homo.
But ono of the whiskey oases has
yet boon disposed of. The Wesl
Union druggists plead guilty and
wore fined 100 by Judge Armour ,
Tuesday of lasl week. The olhor
capes will be Iried in district court.
Prof. John N. Caress has boon
clouted principal of the Davenport
schools. As Iho wages are fifleen
dollars morn a month than they pay
al Sumner , ho w ill lender his re
signalion at the latter place. I !
acceptedho will take the Davenport
Through the kindness of W. E
Swpiig.O , of Milburn , we arc in lh
ri'coipl of the Milburn EntcrpriHC , f
small four page paper , edited an < "
published by his cloven year oh
daughter. The paper has starlet
on its third year. It in quite wol
gotten up for one HO young.
The school board } ji-ld a meeting
on Saturday evening to elcc
teachers in the grammar and inter
mediate rooms to fill the vacancie
occasioned by the resignation o
Mr. Hopkins and Miss Maulicl
whioh resulted in the choice o
M'Srt Ethel Rigi > lo for the gramma
and Misp Olara Powell for the in-
lermedialo. Callaway Courinr. .
Mr , and Mrs. O. II. Movis "lof
Tuesdav of last week for their now
homo in MinnoNota , Their stor
here was loft in ohargc of P. II
Monk , who has boon in Mr. Mevis
employ for several years. Mr
Mnnk is one of Broknn Bow's most
highly respected citizens , a good
saleman , and a most genial man
with whom to do business. Call and
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum *
Alum twlttng powders arc ( lie greatest
mcnaccrs to Health of the present day.
S. P. Great look charge of the'
Glebe llolol Monday , Air. Groal
reconlly purchased the hotel and
barn of Messrs. Smith , bill ho had
to wait until Mr. Wright's lease
expired before ho could got pos
session. The Rici'UiiuoAN extends
a welcome to Mr. Great and his
The first number of the Sargont
Loader reached us last week. It is
a five coltim quarto and oviry page
teems with ability and skill. U is
a oredil lo both its publisher and
the community. The people of
Sargont should be proud ot it and
should show their appreciation of
the paper by giving it their hearty
A complaint file i against Dr.
MoArthui , by attorney ICirkpatnck ,
containing twenty-live charges of
illicit t-alo of whiskey , brought the
Doctor before Judge Armor Friday.
Ho waived oxamin.uion , and was
bound ever lo appear before Iho
dislriul court. In Iho cane against
Dr. Wayniok , of Sargent , Tuesday
of last week , the defendant waived
xamination , and gave bond for his
ippoaranoo in the district court.
S. D. Butcher , of Iho Middle Loup ,
who was in Iho city Monday in-
orms us that ho expects to start on
ha road soon with his art gallery
0 take views and piclures of farm
IOIIHOH , with a view of completing
ho work necoHsary to got out his
llusirated history of Ouster county ,
lo has a large number of nogaliv < s
akt'ii ol r.ip.'hoH , and farm houses ,
1 number i I year ? ag > and biograph-
cat skololirH of many of Ihe curly
lelllorH which ho will use in his his-
Mrs. J. S. Hadden relumed lasl
Phuraday night from Humboll ,
rvhoro she v as called by Ihe serious
llnofs of her cousin , Miss Eclilh
) yo. Miss Dye < lied before she
reached there. The deceased spoil I
several monlhs hero lasl season
visiting with Mm. Hadden , and du.--
ng the time in ado Ihe acquaintance
: > f many of Broken How UIUXUDH ,
who regret lo learn of her death.
The RKI-UUMOAN extends Hiuccre
sympathy to Mr. and Mrs , Haddon
n their bereavomenl.
The annual roll call of Ihe Bap
tist church will bo hold Salurdaj
and Sunday An inloresling pro
gram has been arranged. Several
able speakers from abroad aio ox-
pooled to bo present. The IJ. Y. P.
U. mooting Sunday afternoon , will
bo addressed by Rev. Kolsom , of
Hastings , lie is an able apeakor.
The members of the oilier young
people's HooictieM of Ihe cily are
especially invited lo utteml. Sup
per will boHiTV'd Saturday evening ,
in the I. O. O. F. building , at
A. F. anil A. M iHlallalion
The following1 officers elect of
Emmet Crawford lodge A. P & A.
M. were- installed last Saturday
night vix. J. R. Dean , master , A.
R. llumplirey , senior warden , M.
K. Ilag'odorn , junoir warden , II.
Lomax secretary , L. II. Jewell ,
treasurer , C. CJ. Bronix.cr , senior
deacon , S. K. Ilaines , junoir
deacon , 13. F. McClure , tyler.
Kov. .1. W. Moguii SurprlM'tl.
Itov.j.W.Megan pastor of Ihe
Baptist church was given a sur
prise last night by his members
and friendsit being1 his birthday
They took with them enough
groceries to last the family sever
al weeksbesides a purse of mon
ey The prcsenlalion speech was
made by Willis Cadwcll to which
the pastor replied expressing his
thanks. The exercises were * con
cluded with prayer , by Rev. llo"r-
naday. They took with them a
supply of lemons.ice and cake ,
with which the crowd was treal-
ed. A good lime was enjoyed.
IIUTTON-MmmKUIi-At Ilio lUptldt *
O. 'Vi01.1. Slln'lft , , } ; * \ < J ! ' n , Juno 18th , Mr. II.
oMiriikou Ilim. to Ml Murlo O.
' KmOMun IoWlUov ! - JW. . Moi-an
ho groom IH iho skilled lonsorial
artist in Claude Wahl's b.uborshop ,
During hid nhort residonoo here , ho
has in ml u miiuy friundd. The bride
is a stranger in this vicinity , but has
Iho appearance of a lady of culture
ami rulinomunt. The RKPUULIOAN
extends to them oongratulalionu.
KKtiliKU-XVoiliioiKlity , Juno Nlli , IKW , HOT. J. - . ,
J. Kuclor , ( it Uraiiil Ulniul , ut iliupny. rffl
John Johnson Koolor was born
in PalttUown , Montgomery county ,
Pa. , iMay 27 , 1817. ' 1 hero ho re
mained at home until ho was 21
years of ago , when he wont to
Winona , Minn. It was there in the
' autumn of the same year al Iho ago
of 'Jl , that ho was converted to the
chrisliati religion. On the first
Sunday of January , 18UO , ho was
baplised into the fellowship of the
First Baptist ohuroh by Rov. G. VV.
Slouo , who was then pastor. 11 o
WUH immediately led into the mis
sion work of the church ; feeling a
great desire to devote all his time
to leading sou's to Christ , he was
recommended by the church as a
student lorlhu university. Ho then
wont to Shortloll college ; at Upper
Alton , Illinois , while there ho did
mission nork in connection with
his studios. In 1H77 ho was ordained -
dainod to the minislry of the gosuel
al Ml. Sterling 111. His next mo'vo
was to got a tlieologioal training for \
Ins chosen work. In 1877 ho en
tered iho Morgan Park Seminary ,
where ho graduated with Iho class
of 1880. The same year ho aouopted
a call lo Ihe paslorato of 'ho Baptist $ 'I
ohuroh of Central City with which ! ?
ohuroh ho spent five years in con- " * \
sooratod and fruitful service , no ' ] ! '
Castor having accomplished more f A
for the church than was accomplished - ) \
ed by him. On Oolobor 20lh,1880 , ? tf
lie was appointed to the responsible | S
position of General missionary for . % , ,
the Baptist state convention , which
position ho ably tilled until October -
91 , 181M wlion ho resigned because
of failing In a I Ih Since 180-1 ho
hay servoJ Puublo and Durango ,
Colorado , bpl the alutudo being too # '
great for him , he was compelled to | , i
relinquish his work as pastor. Ho '
returned to Nebr.iaka and took the *
work of financial becrotary of Iho J
Grand Island col It-go , in whioh ho
Horvud a year. Since lhai lime ho has
not had a regular pasloralc for nny ' ,
greal period , but huii rendered vain- \
able service in Mipplying churches
hero his services were needed. Uo ' >
preached 2,7-10 sermons in 28 years. f
On the 1 Ith day of November 1805 , '
he was married , in Broken Bow lo
MIHS Dora Kisor , daughter of Mr ,
and Mrs. Goo. Kisor. From this
union were born unto thorn two f"
children , William and jEdgar , who d
with his wife survive him. For 1
tlo pasl year Mr. and Mrs. Kisor , \
al his request have been making -v
Ihoir homo with his family ,
year. Ho leaves his wife and child- . ?
roil well provided for , financially. jj
The funeral services wore hold in 2.
Iho Baptist church al Grand Island H
last Friday , Juno Kith , Dr. Jordan ' *
preaohing the sorinon from Phil. 1-
2J ! The Rici'unucAy joins wilh
the many friends of the bereaved
family in extending sympathy.
The Cttster county teachers
institute will begin July 24 and
continue two weeks. At the close
of the institute : i convention \ of j 1
members of school board , and pa
trons will be held to discuss mat
ters pertaining to the best inter
est of our schools. Instructors of
the institute will be Profs. B. B.
Hawthorne , of Merna ; C. K. At
kinson of lidgar , and Miss C. M. '
Uurgert of Nebraska City.
McMuhon agtiinHt whom a com
plaint of ham only wus raado by
Anna HalHioad , of MaHoti oily , on
tin ) 3rd of last March , \vag brought
to the city Monday , ami confined
in jail. At the lime the complaint
wan filed , the defendant escaped to
Box Hutto county. At that time
ho Htioceedod in making the Hliorid
bi'lievo ho wnH not thn man wanted.
A reward of $25 00 for his capture
reHiiltcd in the Hhonff ol Box Hutto
turning him ever to the authoritioH
of thin county Monday , lie had
bin proliminar ) trial Tut-Mlay bd'oro
Judge Armour , and wan bound over
to the dintrict court in the Hum of
$750 , whioh ho fnrnitihod. It is
ulaimod that ho haH about 1,000
iioroH of land in Box Butte county ,
and 000 Load of oattloi