Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, January 18, 1900, Image 1

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By n rulu as plhlu an tin * plain baltlpate
of Father Tltnt bhnkcipcaro. * I
The * hlnlnR henil of Father Time but
si-ires to remind ue mat physical powers
will iccay Trnooftlio organism n a
wliolo truoof Its parts. Wo Imvo attlll-
ctnl aid for the preservation of but ono
or , an of the Imtnan systo-n 8IGUT
the moat precious of all senses. Bpcctn-
ck's aru a nulfanco In eoniu ways , yet It
Is iriurely poeslblo to estimate them at
their true value : or Imicloo our condi
tion \vltlious them.Iien lu need of
K\nn > Lid , I ehall bo filcnfud to bare yon
give mo u trial. If 1 do not bold you S
thereafter It will bo my fault.
Graduate of Chicago Ophthalmic College.
All Kinds of work In our line done
promptly and in first-class order. Bed
Shop on the corner , west of tbo nose
house. Give us a trial. .
New Grand Central Livery and
Feed Barn ,
\f. JOSEPH B. SMITH , Prop.
yf t- New rlga and good teams. trlcci reasonable. ,
Clinton Day' '
Broken Bow , Neb.
pfflce over Hyerson's grocery. Realy
Oenoe 6th house woetof Baptist church.
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Kiohardson's Livery
at the old stand , between tbe liurllng
ton and Globe Hotels. Telephone con
nection. Hendquarters of Callawny
stage line. Single and double rigs.
Rates reasonable.
Local Mention.
Job printing at this office.
J. Wood Smith was a oity visitor
Cannon Oity coal at Dierke
Lumber CJo.
A W. Drake was in Omaha last
week buying goods.
J. M. Witumor , of MoKi"leywns
a welcome caller Monday.
Now is the time to renew jour
subscription to the REPUBLICAN.
The choice of thirty nice calves
for sale. J. P MoRill , Merna.,4 3t
REPUBLICAN and both tbo
Illustrated and Weekly Bee for
f2 45.
N. J. Ottun , of Round Valley ,
wan a social caller at this office
S. S. Hayman , state manager of
the M. B. A. lodge , spent Sunday
in the oity.
The Nebraska Press Association
meets nt Lincoln Jan. 23d and 24th
at the Liudell hotel.
Found-A silk muffler , which the
ownar can got at this office by pay
ing lor this notice.
Shoemaker's kit , including ma
chine , good as new , at a bargain.
The RPPUBLIOAN and Inter Ocean
for $1.50. The REPUBLICAN and
State Journal for $1.85.
1 have two 1,400 pound mares in
foal to trade for cows or cash.
NKLS LKB , Broken Bow.
Fresh homemade bread for sale
at Fa7mor'fl Restaurant , third door
north of post office , Broken Bow ,
Newest and nobbiest patterns of
centre tables , at A. W. Drake's.
Sis difforest styles ; prices to suit
For suits , iron and wood beds ,
rockers , cots , springs , tablesatands ,
otc. , call on A. W. Drake , west
side square.
One of Omaha's dealers in furni
ture was sold out last week. A.W.
Driko was on the ground and so *
our"d a big lot of their bargains
for his trade here.
The board of supervisors ad
journed from Monday until Friday ,
in order that the several committees
may check up tie accounts of the
several county officers.
Do you want to buy acre propertv
adjoining Broken Bow ? I am offer
ing choice from four different tracts
of land. In quantities from five
acres up to 440 acres.
Is the only republican newspaper published in Broken Bow
and U up to date with news at the County SeU. It is
the oldesl pupor ir the county , and having thu largest cir
culation it is the
published in Ouster county. The subscription price is only
As an inducement to all in arrears or now subsoribsrs who
pay a joar m advance , wo will furnish the
from tbo first of January FREE. This is a farm journal
in which all farmers , gardeners and house keepers would
bo interested ,
with the Inter Ocean , Bee , Journal and other papers , Ad.
dress ,
ThetCu'ster County Republican ,
Broken Bow , Nebraska ,
H. L. Frnzior , Photographer ,
west eido square , Broken Bow , Neb.
FOH SALE Twenty aero farm ,
ono mile of Broken Bow ; buildlngp ;
coed well. Enquire at this office ,
Or will trrdo for oity property.
Rev. Knight , of Ord , occupied
the pulpit in the M. E. church of
this place Sunday morning and
evening , with a view of locating as
Fine Plymouth Rock oookrels
for sale. Throe miles north and
ono mile east of Walworth bridge ,
4 Q. QUYLB , Walworth.
Rev. Walton Hall Dpggett , of
New Jersey , has located in the city
as router of the Episcopal church
of this plaoo. His wife is a daughter
tor of Qon. Fitz John Porter , a general
oral of notoriety in the civil war.
A. Wallace , of Walworth , has
purchased the railroad restaurant
of 'V. W. Tooley. Ho took pos
session Friday evening. Ho in
tends to thoroughly1 renovate and
remodel the building and prepare
to give the public first-class ac
commodations. '
, Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now is the time to got a farm cheap ,
as the cheap farms are all going and
prices are commencing to advance
rapidly. J.G.Bronizor.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H , Tattle are
the proud pureuts of a girl that ar
rived at their home the night of
the 10th , Mother and babe are
reported doing well , and G. H. it
is thought will recover under careful -
ful care. But as it is his first child
ho is the proudest man of the oity.
J. J. Clifton has been receiving
special treatment for his freak of
insanity at Omaha since he left
here , and writes that ho feels
very greatly benefltted. It is to bo
hoped his claims are true. Ho ex
pects soon to have a history of his
disease published from a medical
St , John's ohnrob , ( Episcopal , )
Fifth Avo. , Broken Bow ; Rev.
Walton Hall Doggett , Rector. 3d
Sunday after Epiphany , January
21st. banday school at 10 a. m. ;
morning prayer , litany and sermon
at 11 a. m. ; evening prayer and ad
dress at 7:30 p. m , All cordially
Austin Loyd while on his way
to sit up with Roe Holoomb's
corpse Sunday night , was quite se
verely hart by his horse falling upon -
on him , in which ha sustained two
broken ribs and otherwise hurt in
ternally. Dr. Pennington reports
that the patient is now getting
along nicely.
We are pleaied to acknowledge
the receipt of a copy of the World-
Herald Year Book for 1900. It is
a oyolopedia of facts and figures
that no ono can well afford to be
without , and is a bandy reference
for tboHo who are intiToatcd in the
financial a d political situation of
our state and nation. Subscriptions
will be taken at this office for it at
twenty-five cents.
Thoa. Adams , Jr. , the oldest con
of TboB. Adorns , living two mileK
cant of the city , came down from
Wyoming Saturday morning in a
very precarious condition , and
could only be moved from the train
by the use of a stretcher. He was
at work in a ooal mine in Wyom
ing , when the mine caved in upon
him , mashed his hips , completely
paralyzing his lower limbs. Dr.
Ponnington is treating him.
Pearl Munk was around Tuesday
morning setting up the cigars , and
of course everybody thought that
Pearl's generosity was the occasion
of the arrival of another heir at the
Munk home , and Pearl encouraged
the suspicion by acknowledging it
a boy ; but it finally developed that
it was a valuable box received by
him aa a present from the Royal
Highlanders headquarters for his
untiring interest and work for the
upbuilding of the order in this oity.
It was a worthy recognition of his
valuable services duly deserved.
Theodore Nelson , the boy of Buf
falo county , who was arrested a
shoit time ago on the charge of
having killed his father , confessed
before thd coroner's inquest and a
verdict was rendered accordingly.
The murder was committed on the
16th of November , but the body of
the missing man was not found
until about two weoka ago , The
cruelty of the father , towards the
murderer and his younger brother
is the excuse for the heinous crime.
The ease will probably be tr'ed at
the next session of the district
court in Buffalo county.
U , M , Hall and wife , of Fullerton -
ton , are the guests of Mr. and Mrs ,
L. L Eploy , being father and moth
er of the latter.
Dee Patterson and children loft
yesterday morning for Jefferson
City , Mo. The county furnished
them transportation. The town
can probably got along without
Dee , and it id to bo hoped the chil
dren will find a good homo among
tli' ir relatives.
Quarterly conference at the U.B ,
church Saturday at U p. m , Sun
day morning the quarterly sermon
end bvo least will be held at the
Marquis schorl houso. Regular
services U the church on Sunday.
Special services every night this
week and next. All are invited.
Geo. E. Hill , representing the
Orancor& Curtiso Co. , will bo at
the Grand Central hotel for a few
days , with a full line of high grade
piauoa , also a few bargains in
slightly used instruments , which
will bo sold , cash or timo. All
are cordially invited to inspect
these instruments.
The county board hns raised the
price for county printing $100 ever
the amount paid lust year , and di-
vied the proceeds between the
Chief and Beacon. The Beacon is
to do the legal advertising of roads ,
etc. , and publish the board pro
ceedings for $175. The Cniof is to
publish the board proceedings and
tax list for $325 , Neither can
hordly claim to bo the official pa
per. So those wanting both the
legal notices and the tax list will
have to take two pop papers or the
J. J. Stanford and Brad Burlin ,
of Morna , who were summoned to
appear before the U. S. sunromo
court as witnesses against Wm.
Miller , who attempted to rob the
Morna post office on the 5th of last
October , returned from Omaha on
Thursday of last week. Millir
confessed to the charge of having
attempted to rob the Morna office ,
and was then tried and convicted
of robbing the post office at Faro-
ham. Ho was sentenced to five
years in the penitentiary , Messrs ,
Stanford , Berlin and Nine MoCom-
as , who captured Miller at Morn a ,
will be given the reward , but the
reward for the conviction of the
Faruhem robbery will in all proba
bility go to Palmer and Barber , U.
S. deputy marshals , who procured
the evidence for bia conviction in
that case ,
Prom reports it seems that the
Loup bridge proposition has not
yet been settled. The trouble had
been an attempt to move one of the
bridges , either at Wescott or Long-
wood"to Comstook. Naturally , par
ties who are accommodated by thoHo
bridges protest. The right thing to
do would bo for tbo board to appro
priate * 1,400 asked by th ( J un
stouk ( leliuners jlat they ni'y build
a new bridge and let the old ones
remain. They could not bo moved
without great expense and damage
to the material. Dougless Grove is
the ol iest soHttlornont in the county
iiid its oitizuns are lanzo Ux payers -
ors and to appropriate $1,400 to ittj
sist them in building a bridge to enable -
able them to get to their railroad
station without having to go around
several miles throgh sand is no more
than is justly duo them.
E. D. Glaze , proprietor of the
marble works established on 4th
avenue , opposite this office , is turn
ing out some of as fine work for
hia patrons as can bo made any
where. The cemeteries in the large
cities like Chicago and Now York
do not snow work superior to the
work he is doing. He is an artist
in bis line , and few equal him. IIu
is not only a ukillod workman from
long experience at his trade , but is
a natural artist. Ho does bis work
without patterns. lie is a free hand
sculptor and his work is Hymotriual
and artistically designed. Ho baa
just completed a monument for
Roy Nansol , of Callaway , which is
now on exhibition in his shop , that
is a beauty and speaks in stronger
terms than we can possibly express
in words. Those who are interest
ed in the beautiful should call and
see his work , whether you desire to
have any work done or not ; you
can not fail in being delighted. Mr.
Glaze has bad an experience of
forty years as a sculptor , and is up-
to-date in designs and workman
ship , He has two sons associated
with him in the business , and they
are prepared to turn out firsi.-olasi
work on short notice. We be
speak for him a liberal share of the
public patronage ,
Baking Powder
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum *
Alum baking powders arc llic greatest
mcnaccrs to health of the present day ,
The county board adjourned
from Monday to Friday. In the
meantime the committees will oo-
oupy tboir time in ohuoktug up tbo
county oflloors.
The Broken Bow State Bank is
being treated to a ooat of paint and
two now signs , which improves the
appearance of the building greatly.
C. B. Rotts is doing the work.
Notwithstanding the Linsoott
townsito boom , wo arc Htill making
steady sales in "farmsteads ; " and
wo offer this week a well improved
oity residence property for a good
farm. Incidentally wo remark that
people on the South Loup have re
vived an old railroad story , this
time with some additions , The U.
P. will extend their line up the
South Loup , via Callaway and
North Platte , making it the through
line , instead of by Grand Island
and Kearney. Yourn ,
Announcement *
The nozt grand attraction at the
opera house will bo the famous
Iloywood Celebrities. This com
pany is highly recommended , and
appear in opera , comedy and drama ,
making it ono of the best ' of its
kind on the road. The date is Fri
day evening , January 10th.
Try Wilson Bros , ifor all kinds
of hard and soft ooal , and see if
they do not merit ouch favors in
quality , weights and price. s28-4t
Kales ,
The REPUBLICAN offers the best
iates on subscription you can got
anywhere. See our prices.
The Illustrated Dee . W.M.OO
Tbo Weekly lleo . , 05
TboIntorOceun. . . . . 1.00
Tne Farm Journal . 1.00
The Globe Democrat . 1.00
The Toledo Blade . 1.00
The U pubHc n . 1.03
j CS
W a , will furnish you the whole
list o-jio year tor $ U.VD.
Or we will give you
Tbo Ropubllctui anil Illustrated and WnoUly
HcMfnr 81.40
Tlio Heputlean and Intur Ocean for 1.60
Tno liepubllcnn mid Globe Democrat lor . . . 1.60
Tbo liotmbllcan and Toledo liladolor - . l.BU
To anyone who accepts any of
the above offers between now and
the first of January , 1900 , wo will
give tlio Farm Journal for five
years f ee ; or to anyone who pays
up. Now is your limo.
ClirlHtnu Cliurcli.
Preaching each Lords day at 11
ti.m. and 7:30 : p.m. Sunday school
10 a.m. , 0. E. 0:30 p.m.
T. B. MCDONALD. Pastor
WANTKU Several purBoimfor dlstrlc
olllce managers in this state to represent
me in their own and surrounding coun
ties. Willing to pay yearly $000 , pay
able weekly. Desirable employment
with unusual opportunities. Referen
ces exchanged. Enclose Holf-addreBEcd
stamped envelope' S. A : Furls , 320
( Juxton Building , Chicago.
11 30-201.
Cattle For Sale.
Ono thousand bead of ono , two
and throe year old steers alee eight
hundred head of stock cattle. Foi
particulars enquire of W. 0. Greg
ory , tf.
Applications for -half faro per *
mits for the year 1000 will bo re
ceived , and clergymen are urged to
make their applications at once.
H. L. OimsBY , Local Agt.
The First National Bank of
Broken Bow , located at Broken
Bow , in the State of Nebraska , is
closing up its affairs , All note
holdres and others , creditors of
said association , are therefore hereby
notified to present the notes and
other claims against the association
for payment. Dated Oct. 23,1800.
1-11. H , Q , KOOKUB , Cashier.
A Creamery Very Near.
W. W. ProsBoy , ngont of the Bc-
atrioo Creamery Co. , was a friend
ly caller Monday. Wo learn from
him that the work of scouring a
separating station for this place
now only lacks throe subscribers of
the required number to secure the
creamery. Mr. Prowey is now re
siding at Lincoln , but was ono of
the early settlers of Ouster county ,
and for a number of years lived on
his homestead near Oconto , in the
Wood liivor valley. lie IB very
sanguine that the creameries will
provo a great thing for the farmers
of Ouster county , and will provo a
source of revouuo in time that
drouth nor bailwill materially dis
turb. At Mcrua , Oallaway , Aualoy
and Arcadia , ho informs us there
are parties who are patronising the
separator stations with tplendid
results , and are lifchly pleased with
thn treatment received by the agents
of these places lie says , of course ,
as is the case in all other lines of
business , there are those who com
plain , find fault with the company
and charge that they did not get
full credit for the cream they de >
liver. The same jcomplaintH are
always made against those who buy
wheat , hogs and cattle by certain
parties , yet there are those who
continue to patronize the creamery
stations , and are making money by
so doing. Among those given as
roforonoos and who are pleased with
the treatment as well as the profits
derived from the business , are such
men as W. U. Hoedor , Reuben
Gordon , J. 0. Pollard , O.L. Perry ,
Sep Henna and E. Ridenour , of
MoreS ; , Robt. Fox , Ben Morris ,
Guy Taorn , Bert Ephlen , 8. B. Mo-
Kinty , John Molninoh and Tom
Williams , of Antiloy. He informs
us that the farmer realizes about
f.wtnn na mnnli frf\m fna nv t m * _
nishod the creamery as from batter
making. The creamery company
guarantees tq lease the plant and
run it for ton years and pay a divi
dend to the stock holders upon
their investment. In case parties
desire , the company will furnish
them paws to milk on deforced pay
ments , which enables a poor man
to start in the business when ho is
not able to help himself. The sta
tion at this place will be an im
provement over former ones , in the
matter of each patron getting his
share of the skimmed milk. It is
so arranged that no ono can draw
out more milk than ho puts in , and
the dissatisfaction existing hereto
fore in that particular will be en
tirely obviated. It is to bo hoped
for the good of the town and the
farmers of this vicinity that the
other three stockholders may be se
Lauds for Hale.
A rough section in Dawson Co. ,
two half sections in Gosper county.
cheap ; also section and half , several
quarter sections in Ouster county , * fj
tnd store buildi' g in Broken Bow. 'f
tf A , T. SEYUOLT , Broken Bow. ' 4
Married. !
At the residence of I. H. Rnaeoll , j
on January 15th , 1000 , Mr. L , A. |
Simons , of MoCool Junction , and
Mies Minnie Pear , of Arnold , I , II. '
Russell officiating , Mr. Simons is I
the efficient and getiial mail carrier *
between Broken Bow and Arnold ,
and is noted for his strict integrity.
The bride it , a young lady that is '
highly spoken of by all who know
her , and the writer wishes them a
happy and prosperous life. R.
Died I
UoLcoMB-Saturday , Jan. 13th , 1000. J. M. Hoi'
comb , at his home northojet of thU city , with
turn or of the stomach , aged 43 jo ri. tare *
uionthi and two day * .
The deceased had been a resident
f\f I tin /mil f rf f f\v * tits * \n of * IiiMl-rmn
ui iuu uuuuiy iur tuo paui tuineeu
years. Ho was a man highly re
spected by his neighbors and all
who know him. Ho was strictly
honest , a good neighbor , kind hus
band , father and ohristain man. For
nearly thirty years he had been a
faithful and uonsistant member of
the Primitive Baptist church. He
leaves hid family in comfortable cir
cumstances and but last season bad
built a fine frame house , which he
has boon able to enjoy but a short
timo. He leaves a wife and three
boys to mourn his death. His mo.
tbor , who lived with him and a
brother , James H. and a sister , Mrs.
Bf > BB of Grand Island are the only
ones of his mother's familythat sur-
vivojhim. The funeral was preached -
ed from the family residence Mon >
day , by Rev. J. R , Woods of Mason
city. The attendance was largo.
His remains were laid to rest in the
Broken Bow oernotoryj The RB-
PTJBLIOAN extends sympathy to the
family and relatives iu their
bereavcmonti i