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VOi , XVIII. BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 22 1900-EIGHT PAGES. NO 35
There li nothing an elderly porcon ,
\ who mupt rely upon artificial fttcl ( or s
good vision , BO enjoys , AS good glaeeos.
By "good glasses" wo do not mean
oxpenslra frames , nor elaborate mount
ings , bat do moan a flnoly ground Ions , n I
l ns refracting each and every atom of
light accurately , and fitted by a compe
tent optician , from scientific mencnrc-
\ ments , made In A scientific way.
The one who has rolled r.pon cheap ,
Illy fitting flight-destroyers , sold by
a tores , peddlers , and incompetents
Klasse * which give tm ! greatest rrllof
When lost , Is thu person who will ovlnco
the most appreciation of those wo fit.
after an hccnrate measurement of tliu oyu
Qradnate'ofiChlcago Ophthalmic College.
Fine Plymouth Rook cookrols
for aalo. Three miles north and
one mile east of Walworth bridge
4 G. QUYLE , Walworth.
New Grand Central Livery and
Feed Barn ,
JOSEPH B. SMITH , Prop.
Haw rlge and good tcami. PrlceH reasonable.
Clinton Day ,
PHYBICIAK AND SURQE.OK ,
Broken Bowi Neb.
Office over Byenon'8 grocery. Resly
uonoe 6th bouae west of Baptist church.
w. . THOM 'SON.
COKTBAOTOn A1TO BBILDKB.
9 Plani and estimates on short no
tice. Broken Bow , Neb.
Dr. Chas. L. Mullins ,
PHTBICIAH AND SUBOEON.
3d stairway from west endin Realty
block ; residence , 3rd west M. E.
church , BBrno eide of street.
CAMERON & REESE ,
ATrORNBYSJA.COUNBELLOnS AT LAW.
Ho < Di'9-9 Realty block , Broken Bow , Neb.
Job printing at this oflice.
Dr. T. W. Base , dentist , Brokcm
Cannon City ooal at Dierks
Now is the time to renew your
subscription to the REPUHUOAN.
Rooms for rent in ctiHlcr block.
2t. R. C. TALHOT.
Snyder Bros. , has just received a
fine line of Spring dress goods.
Fou SALE millet need at 50
cents a bushel. JESSE GANDY.
Puuifiu blacks and blues , calico
at five oontH a yard at Snyder Bros.
The REPUHUCAN and both the
Illustrated and Weekly Bee for
H. L. Frazter , photographer ,
west side square , Broken Bow ,
Nebraska , tf
Write Lluydeu Bros. , Omaha ,
Wholesale Supply House for prices
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
The Ri'Tum.iCAN and Inter Ocean
for $ Kf > 0. The RKPUULICAN and
State Journal for & 1 35.
Snyder Bros. , is getting in a fine
line of % 3 00 skirts. They are a
bargain. Call and see them.
Shoemaker's kit , including ma.
ohine , good as new , at a bargain.
A. W. DuAUK.
Fresl- homemade broad for sale
at Fa.mcr's Restaurant , third door
north of post oih'oe , Broken Bow ,
Nu\M-st and nobbiest patterns of
centre tables , at A. W. Drake's.
Six diffurest styles ; prices to suit
For suits , iron and wood beds ,
rookera , cots , springs , tablesstands ,
Ko. , call on A. W. Drake , west
Snjdur Bros. , carnes a big line
i ladies hlurtB of the best 'quality.
If you want a Da'rgaiu "do not fail
to sue them.
Fou SALK Twenty acre farm ,
one mile of Broken Bow ; buildings ;
uood well. Enquire at this oiiice.
Or w.ill trrdo for city property.
FOR SALE : Six room house
and quarter block of land or will
trade lor Lincoln property 34 2m.
R. E. GLASS
Joseph Molyuoux , of Ravena ,
is now the now manager of the
Dierk's Lumber company , of this
city. For the present ho will oc
cupy the rooms in the Realty block
vacated by Mr. Turner. His
family came on yesterday. Mr.
Molynoux is a brotheriulaw of
FARM Fou SALE ; At Upton ,
100 iii-rcs c f uood farm land , 80
acres in cultivation rnd the r , MI
fenced in pasture , with three wirus.
Good four room , sod bouse ; corn
crib and grainory , each 12x10 feet ,
connected ; stable and chicken
house etc. For particulars call on
J. J. Snyder , Broken Bow , or
Stephen Wilcox , on premises.35-3tn
< ft L-njTJTJTJl |
Crockery. U , Clocks.
Addressed to thoughtful , conservative consumers.
Wo are still In the Grocery Business and are headquarters -
quarters for Healthy Food Products. To be hfalthy
and strong do not buy ADUKTEUATEU FOOIJ. We keep
nothing buttho , best the best is the cheapest. Pure
Teas , Coffees , Extracts , Spces , Syrups , Etc.
Patent Medicines , Cutlery ,
Pink Pills and Others- Pure Cider Vinegar. c
Quaker Bath Calinets. cC cc
Eforth Wid , rokeu. Haw , Neb , C
LAND Fou SALE- Two quarter
sections of good farm land eight
miles south of town , $000 each.
J. G. Lomlng is again assisting
postmaster Jowott , in thu postoffioo.
Mr. Lemiug is a very efficient dork
in that capacity , and gives general
satisfaction to the public.
Winnie Joynor has given up nor
job in the postoflico and has re
sumed the work in the central tele
phone oflico , which she has filled
for some months acceptably.
Fou SALK Twenty-two acres of
laud seven blocks east of the pub
lic square. A good five-room house ,
rho land is nice and level. Will
sell reasonable. Mrs. Laura Pouu.
John Pernio , of Woisrort , stop
ped over hero last Thursday eve
ning , on his way to Merna , to take
charge oi the county farm , which
he has been eleoted to superintend
the ensuing year.
Mr. Bell , organist at the Presby
terian church , will give an organ
recital every Sunday evening , be
fore evening service. The organ
recital will begin at 7:15 : p. m. All
are invited to the services.
Stewart Brady left Friday eve-
uing for thu British possessions ,
where ho expects to locate per
manently. Mr. Brady and family
are highly respected people and it
is with regret their many friends
see them leave.
L. F. Oxford and Ira Dooley ,
who have been working with the
B & M bridge force for several
months in Dakota and Wyoming ,
returned homo Monday morning ,
Leslie MoWilliams and Frank
Hcrsh who were with them re
D. V. Joyner oamo up Saturday
night from Adams , Gage county ,
where he has been several months ,
in charge of a urain elevator , to
vinit with his family a few dajs
tie expects to move Lis family
there as soon as * ho can secure a
St. John's Episcopal Church ,
Walton Hall Doggett , Kootor.
Quinquagesima Sunday , ( next be
fore Lent , ) February 26. Morn
ing service 11 am. Evening
service 7 SO p. m. , Sunday School
3pm. Ash Wednesday , Fob ,
28 , tervioo at 7:80 , address and
Holy Communion. All invited.
G. L. Turner , manager of Dierku
Bros , business in this city left
Tuesday morning , accompanied by
Ins wife , for Kansas City , where he
will have charge of the Dierk's
Lumber company , business of that
place. During their residence here
Mr , and Mrs. Turner made a host
of friends who join with the RE
PUBLICAN in wishing them success
in their new home.
'I he Kt arney Hub hat- purchased
the Kearney Sun and made it part
of its plant. This leaves but one
republican paper in Kearney , with
M. A. Brown , editor and manager.
Mr. Brown is fully able to occupy
the entire ground and if the repub
licans will givi him their united
support , ho will be able to do them
bettor service thsn the two papers
Henry Berlingmire , of Weissert ,
called Tuesday to inform us that
ho will leave today for Clark
county , Iowa , where ho will make
his home tenipoianly rt least. In
the nine years residence hero he
has bought and improved one of
the best farms in his vicinity , be
sides has accumalated $1,000 cash
and over $700 in notes. But as his
wife has never boon satisfied hero
ho thought best to go to Iowa for
a change. He will rent there for a
year and in case they like it there
better than hero they will dispose
of their farm hoio and buy there ,
otnorwise tuey win return to uus-
The Burlington railroad has at
last had one of He fondest desires
realized , commencing February 26th
the time for transcontinental travel
by Sail Lake City and Denver will
bo materially reduced. On the
same the Southern Pacific , the Rio-
Grand lines and the Burlington
Route will establish through sleep
ing car service between San Fran
cisco and Chicago. In consequence
the Burlington's service between
Denver and Chicago will be * adi
oil y changed , The Ul > iogo Special
which now leaves Denver in the
afternoon , will become a morning
train , reaching Omaha at midnight
and Chicago early the next after
Dr , J , J. Piokott visited Control
Stephen Wiloor , of Upton , was
a friendly caller the first of the
Arthur Pittaway ia the efficient
message boy at the B & M depot at
this place now.
A. W. Drake is handling now
organs , Kimbal and Hospo. None
better. Call and BOO them.
W. A. George , propnotor of the
Meadow View ranch , near George
town , was a friendly caller at this
Full blood Bard Plymouth Rook
roosters , lor sale , six blocks south
and ouo east of the publio square.
35 5t J. U. H. CBOBB.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Christian church will hold an Easter
Market , on April 14thA good
dinner and supper will bo served ,
and many useful articles will bo for
sale. Remember the date.
The city schools will observe
Washington's birth to day by ap
propriate exorcises in the several
rooms. The same grades in the
north and south side building will
unite in rendering their program.
W. J. Wantz lost hie big black
Peohoon stallion a few days ago ,
that ho recently shipped from 111 ,
But ho informs us that ho has four
good ones lefc and that he oxpoo.ts
to got ouo or two moro by spring.
The domo-pops have called their
national oonvontiou to bo hold at
Sioux Falls S. D. May 9. and the
Anti-fusionals called their conven
tion to meet at Cincinnati Ohio , on
the same date. Bryan and Judgfc
C&ldwell are the profored candidates
of the dome pop oommittoemon.
Homer Woodruff met with a
painful accident Tuesday , while
hat ling ice , a large cake of ice foil
on one leg and so bruiced it that he
can oul ) get around by the assint-
auoo of a cano. It was only by
him throwing himself backwards
out of the wagon that ho saved his
body from being crushed by it.
Frank Simmons , postmasters , of
Seward and editor of the Seward
Reporter , has boon found short
over $3,000 , in his accounts with
Uncle Sam and the postoffioo has
been put in the bands of his bonds
men , Ho ban furnished the re
quired bonds and has been released
The Weekly Journal is the name
of the now paper in Grand Island ,
that has been established by L. J.
Simmons , to succeed the Grand
Island Republican , which has sus
pended publioation. Mr. Simmons
is a praotioal newipapet man and is
capable of furnishing Hall county
with an up to date newspaper ,
which he ia already doing , iho
HKPUDLIOAN wishes Mr. Simmons
and the Journal success.
We are pleased to acknowledge
the reootpt of the Kingston News ,
of Kingston Missouri , edited and
published by A J. Fleming and
S. M , Spirey. Mr. Fleming was
formerly pastor of the Baptist
church hero , and for several years ,
until recently was one of the news
editors of the World Herald , The
best wishes of the REPUBLICAN is
extended to Mr. Fleming in the
Farmers who hope to make
money by furnishing cream for the
separator , must not build too high
hopes on largo returns from a lot of
half brood Texas cowa. What ie
nroessary is to make the most pos
sible from the cows you have and
nndoavor to improve your milking
stock as fast as possible. With
good cows and proper attention ,
plenty of good food , your milk can
be made the best revonno producer
of the farm.
The Burlington is equipping its
passenger locomotives with the
now electric head light. Several
of the engineers running between
Burlington and Chicago now have
he eleotrio headlights , and within
the next few weeks others will bo
equipped with thorn. The eleotrio
headlight can be soon at a distance
of seven miles on a straight track
The electricity is manufactured
by a little dynamo between the
stack and headlight for the oab and
tender. The miniature elootrio
litht ? plant on each engine is ex
amined by an electrician at the end
of each run , The incandescent
lights which are provided for the
oab and tenbor arc sufficiently
shaded BO as not to blind the en
gineer and fireman.
Mauc from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum *
Alum baking powcLis arc ( Ii -c- '
menaccrs to health of the present cij
ROYAL DAKINO POWDER CO. ,
Silver Wedding : Surprise.
The neighbors and friends of
Mr , and MIH. Jerry Phelps took
thorn by surpriro on February 3.
As near as the leaders of the party
could learn , it was the 25th year of
their married life , but they was one
year too soon , as it was their 24th
year of their married lite. The
people oarriod out their part of the
program , calling their married life
25 years. You ought to have boon
there and soon the baskets and
boxds ; there was enough to food one
of the hungry regiments of the
war.After some little time when
order was brought out of confusion
the tables wore spread with the
best the county and stores could
afford and then the tables wro
filled by the hungry. They fed
102 besides a number of small
children. Wo will make an effort
to give a statement ol presents
given by those present :
Mr. and Mrs. 11. G. Carr , Mr.
Phelps , a fine hat , Mrs. Phelps , a
fine dross pattern ; Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Rogers , silver oako plate ;
Mr. and Mrs. 8 F. Clayton , silver-
Bon Bon dish ; E. V. Jeffries , silver
Bon Bon dish ; Perry Motoalf , one
of the late soldiers of the Philip
pines , Spanish coin. Dozen silver
knives and spoons , donators , Messrs
and Mesdanos , Ed Pnlliam , J. R.
Orvis , O. S. Pulliam , T. W , Doan ,
W. J , Wallace , Art Pulliam , C.
Ruse , G. Drrssing , H. T. Jagers ,
W. Marsh , D. Garrison , W. H.
Caoslor , Wm. Pfrohm , J. Pointer ,
Wm. Peterson , A. Goham , Fred
Peters , Walt Metcalf , C. Groiblo ,
G. Garrison , H. Pfrohm. G. Wil
liams , W. G , Williams , F Prod-
more , L. Lumborgar , J. Murphy , N.
Tarlton , J. A. Kaighin , G.Guylo , D ,
McGugin , and A. Carpcnt'r and
Miss W. Bitters and L. Bittors.
Claranoo Motoalf , P. G. Metcalf ,
E. V. Jeffries and Mrs. L. C. Mot
Anyone wanting pictures of the
entire company , can got ono b\
Ibaving his order with' Jamon
Pointer at his gallery in West
Letter Lint ,
Following is the dead letter Its'
for week ending February , 6,190r :
Elder Simmons Carter Smith
Dock Tronl Albott Tamer
Albert Totter Albert Duvls
Mies Bella McClitln J 0 Nonakur
Mrs Mlunlo Smith
Parties calling for the above
pleabo say advertised.
L. II. JKWETT , P. M.
Wheat . 4Bc
Hurley . 20
Oats . Me
Com . . . . . " 5c
Hyo . 40c
Huttor . l&c
Eggs . lOc
Potatoes . _ . . . ! 25c
Onions . l.UO
Chickens . 1.05 ton. 00
Cows . . . 3.1JO
Steers . - . 4.00
Turkeys . Cc
Straw . lOc cwt
U y. . . _ . 0,00 | uir tun
I will sell at publo auction on my
farm ono mile southeast of Broken
Bow Saturday , February 24th , at
one o'clock P. M. , twelve head of
horses and colts , several head of
cattle , hogs , and a complete set of
farming tools. On all Hums ovoi
ton dollars nine months time w ll
be given on approved security.
George E , Carr.
WANTED Severn ! persona ( or district
oflloo inuuaguru In this state to nprp > 'nt
mu in tboir own nud surrounding conn
ties. Willing to pay yearly § ( JUO , pny-
nble weekly. Desirable employment
\Yitli uouBual opportunities. Hoforon-
ees exchanged. Enclose BcH'-iulUreEEod
stamped envelope * S. A : Park , U2C
Oiaton Building , Chicago ,
Mary Siorks secured a divorce
from Henry Siorks ,
Court adjourned Wednesday
evening to Krtdi.y morning.
Attorney R , E. Broga , of Calla-
way , in in the city attending court.
The divorce case ol Mrs. Reading
against Reading was continued un
C. C. Gardner , of Sargont , was
in the city , the tirst of the week ,
J. C. Porter , ol Ansloy , was
attending court , in this city , the
lirst of the week.
Judge Wall ind Attorney
Nightengale , of Loup City , arc ini
court , i
the oity attending
Yofterday the groatur part of the
time was taken up in fore closing
proceedings confirmation of sales
Resolutions of respoot wore
passed by the attornies in favor of
James C. Nuylor a member of the
bar who wan louud dead in his Juod
in this city last fall .
District court commenced Mon
day , in this city , with Jndgo Sul
livan on the bench. Monday waa
occupied largely in calling the
docket and setting cases for trial , j
ulii the ease of Keller vs7"KoTlor ,
for a divorce , the matter was called
up and after the Judge exorcised
his prerogative in giving Mrs.
Keller a lecture for not living with
thu dofondont , thu suit wont ovur
for a moro convenient ,
T. Gadd , appeared for the plaintiff
and C. L. Guttorsou , for dofoud < nt.
The time of the district court
was .taken up Tuesday largely in
hearing an injunction suit ngainst
the school board , of district No. 11 ,
a joint district with Sherman
county. It appeared that the
Mohool board had refused to allow ,
MIHH Ballunger , a sixtuun year old
girl , to attend school in thu dis
trict , without paying tuition , and
the injunction wa-1 gotten out by a
brothurinlaw , with whom thu girl
is making her home , to compel iho
board , to admit the girl to school.
Judge Wall appeared for the
board and Attorney Nightengale ,
for the plaintiff. The temporal y
injunction was continued until the
next turm ol court , at Loup City.
Wo are informed by Miss Eva
Bragg , secretary , that the ninth
annual institute , of Douglas Grove
Farmer's Club , will bo hold at
WuHcott , March 1 and 2. A pro-
litablo time is anticipated and all
those who can avail themselves of
the opportunity should attend.
Following is the program.
State speakers : March 1 , Dr.
Peters , on proveutativo hog cholera
and blauklug. Irrigation , Mr.
Wolfoirbarger , pres stale irrogation
society. Forage crops , L. D.
Stileon ; trip to Arginlmo Republic ,
Prof. Brnner , Local speaker s\V. A.
Whitney , Uuboska , Neb. ; S. L.
Glover ; farm barns and how to
build them. C. E. Howard , social
condition of farm , Mrs. Anthony ;
poultry , Mrs. Delano ; papers and.
F. M. Cunio , live stock outlook.
R , W. Wilkins , who recently * J
purchased thu Waniuk stock of
drugs in thu Wnltot' building on
etut hide ot Uiu public square , has
moved thu goods into ouo of the
rooms in the Realty block , on the
south side of thu tquaru , whore he
is now prepared to accommodate
the public with anything in his
lino. Mr. Wilkius has been in the
drug business , in Wayne , in this
state , for the lust seventeen years
and is thoroughly competent in his
profession. Mr. Wilkins ia a very ' '
pleasant and genial man and we ;
fuel stifa in assuring the publio
that they will find him a man with
whom it a pleasure to do business.
We bespeak for him a liberal share
of the business in his line.
The following is a partial list
of the actors of thu Burnt Cork
Miustrols , to be given in ihe north
side opera house , Friday , March
2 , 1000. Frank Taylor , Fred
Hayes , Ben Hution , Bob Brindlc ,
Will Johns , E Palmer , L K. Cole ,
r.ink and Ki < buid > , I'rol' Yama ,
Orchestra , eight piucutt , ladiea
quartette , musical team , mandolin
club and other vooalists. Freed ,
Don't forgut the date , Friday
March 2 ,
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