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VOL , XYIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 8 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , . NO , 38
Inch ono "pushes ofl" beyond T
the normal distance1 ot 18 inches after 9
failure begins at 33 , means an Inch
Save , B9 persons out ot a hnudred
may do.lt with safety , you may bo the
A ono that can't. The m n baring the best
' T eyes when old ago comes will bo the one
that hoede rmar call for IIELP.
Graduate ofChlago Ophthalmic Col lego. 2
Fine Plymouth Rock oookrels
for sale. Three miles north and
one mile east of Walworth bridge
4 G. GUTLE , Walworth.
New Grand Central Livery and
Feed Barn ,
JOSEPH B. SMITH , Prop.
New rigs and good teams. Price * reasonable.
Clinton Day ,
PXXYBICIAK ANO SUKGEOIS ,
Broken Bow , Neb.
Office over Ryarson's grocery. Resly
donee 6th bouse west of Baptist church.
A. THOM 'SON ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEB.
and estimates on short no
tloe. Broken Bow , Neb.
Dr. Chas. L. Mullins ,
f PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
i 1d atairvrfty from weat endin Realty
block ; residence , 3rd west M. E.
church , aamo aide of Btroot.
CAMERON A REESE ,
ATroRNB 8A.coui : < 8ELLon3 AT LAW.
' Hoi mi 5-0 Btally block , I3rok n Bow , Nob. '
FABM FOB SALE : At Upton ,
130 acres of good farm land , 80
acres in cultivation end the rest
fenced in pasture , with three wires.
Good four room , sod house ; corn
crib and grainery , each 12x10 feet ,
connected ; stable and chicken
house etc. For particulars call on
J. J. Snyder , Broken Bow , or
Stephen Wilcox , on promises.35-3 m
Full blood Bard Plymouth Rook
roosters , lor sale , BIZ blocks south
and one east of the public square.
85 5t J. H. H. CUOBS.
Dr. T , W. Bass , dentist , Broken
The populist County Convention
will be held in this city March J tb.
A nice line of spring , dross goods
at the Ra'olcot Storti call and oxamiqo-
Pacific blacks and blues , calico
at five oo'n.ts a yard t Snyder Bros.
< ? . Fr. Clnjste of Round Valley ,
was a violcome caller at this office
G , W. Newton of Blair is in the
oity. Mr. Newton was forrnaly a
resident of this County.
Tablets , Pencile , Writing Pnper
and Envelopes , cheaper than ever
at the RACKET STORE.
The bust line of chockolate
candy in the oity , just received.
J. A. STEVENSON.
. The meetings bnth af'the Christ
ian and M.E. Churches are being
well attended and good interest * in
oaoh is reporl'td ,
Frask Handy , Ed Bryant , Cyrus
Kmg and Frank Sims left Tuesday
over the 13. and M. for the Big Horn
Country i'rr.Wy'oming. , , ,
A. Wallace of .Walworth , will
sell at his farm on March 20th ,
1900 , 500 but-hels of seed wheat ,
farm implimeuts aud some stock .
A. W. Drake ia'handling new
organs , Kimbaj-aud Hospo. None
better. Call a'nd'aee them.
SHOES SHOES. Ton will find the
largest assortment of shoes in the
city at prio'es lower than over at the
. ,3 f RACKET STORE.
L. E. Keen has recently gotten
out a tpwnhip and precinct map of
Ouster/ County , including Super
visor precincts. It is a fine ono and
a copy should bo in every school in
Tho-ladies of the Sufferage Clubs
will servcmoalB * at the north id
opera house Monday , March 12 ,
auring the populist convention.
Sandwiches and coffo 10 cents.
Everything else accordingly.
For suits , iron and wood beds ,
rockers , cots , springs , tables,8tands ,
etc. , call on A. W. Drake , west
Wm Blair who was called to
Alexandira last Friday on account
of the dangerous sickness of his
little boy there , returned Tuesday
evening. The boy had groatoly
improved and was considered out
Mayor Moores , the republican
candidate for roolootion in Omaha
was elected Tuesday by a handsome
majority. No doubt the personal
fight made against him by the
World Ilorald had something to do
with the result.
Shoemaker's kit , including ma
chine , good as new , at a bargain.
A. W. DRAKE.
Patent Medicnes at the
M TJTjTJTJTJTJiJiJij-Lrij LRJiJiJiJiJTrLriJTrLr i a
Crockery , J , C , BQWEN , Clocks.
HEADQUARTERS FOR LENTEN FISH. ii
Stock : Fish , Trout ,
Cod-Fisln , Maskerel ,
Fisli , Sal EH on.
Chase and Sanborn Coffee's.
Patent Medicines , Cutlery ,
Pink Pills and Others. Pure Cider Vinegar.
Quaker Bath CaHnets.
North Side , Broken Bow ,
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'i ' v i./ ' > '
Cannon Oity coal at Diorks
G1 B Ware and Tin Ware cheaper
than over at the RACKET STORE
WANTED A place to work on a
farm. Inquire at the Republican
Fresh homemade broad for sale
at Fa7mor's Restaurant , third door
north of post office , Broken Bow ,
The County board convened in
adjourned session Tuesday. Up to
date but little has been done except
Rov. Doggett of the Episcopal
church will hold service in the
Presbyterian church , Ansloy , neit
Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
H. L , Frazier , photographer ,
west side square , Broken Bow ,
Snyder Bros , , is getting in a fine
line of $8.00 skirts. They are a
bargain , Call and see them.
St. John's Episcopal church
Walton Hall Doggott , Rector. 2nd
Sunday in Lent , Services us umal
Special perviou Friday evening ,
March Oth , at 8 o'clock , Sermon
by Rev. Burns.
Tuesday afternoon Ed Landerigau
jf Alliance , breakin.in on su.'oud
auction of No. 46 lr d his right fern
arm badly mashed while attempting
to adjust a coupling pin , while thu
train was in motion. Fortunately
no bones were broken.
Snyder Bros. , has jnst received a
fine line of Spring dress goods.
Pepsin Gum , two. packages for a
nickel at WILKINS' PIIAKMAOY.
Calvin A. Bannell , who was
rooontly arrested and brought back
from Kansas on the charge of dis
posing of mortgaged cattle is sick
in jail and on recommodation of Dr.
W. E , Talbot , the county board
ordered him tranfered to tuo Broken
Bow hospital. IJo has a bad pane
Wm. Montgomery , the ranchman
had a severe accident a few days
ago. Uo was leading a horse with
one hand and driving a fractious
team with the other , when the horse
he was loading pulled back and tore
off his thumb. The injured hand
is getting along very nicely , bnt the
suffering at first must have boon
The West Union MillingCo. . ,
are doing- g-ood business in their
new big- store and yon can't guess
what they haven't got and prices
are clear down out of sight. See
their fine stock of harness of
every description , new style , Con
cord brass trimmed , cheap. Also
lumber , in fact everything. Call
and see us. K. G. CARR.
Newest and nobbiest patterns of
centre tables , at A. W. Drako'n.
Six diffenst styles ; prices to Hull
The Trans Mississippi Com
mercial Congress will be held this
year in Uuston , Texas , April 17,18 ,
19,20,21. The territory , includes
all the states west of the Mississippi
rlvor. The delegates consist of
ten delegates to be appointed from
each state or territory by the gov
ernor , ono delegate from oaoh city
appointed by the Mayor , and ono
delegate fiom each County appointed -
od by the County board.
Next Sunday is the time for the
regular Quartoly mooting at the
Mothodibt church. Rov. C. A.
rnastin , the new pre-iding tldur
will be prtiHiMit , and will prfacii
both morning and evening. Mem
bers of the Sunny Doll appointment
are earnestly requested to bo at the
morning service , at least . Rev.
Mastin is a strong man , ans will bo
heard wo trust by largo audiences
at both hours.
ERNEST A KNIQIIT , Pantor.
Rooms for rent in ouster block.
2t. R. C. TALBOT.
I have been aitiicted with rheu
matism for fourteen years and no
thing seemed to give me relief. I
was able to be around all the time ,
but constantly suffering. I had
tried everything I could hoar of and
at last was told to try Chamberlain's
Pain Balm , which I did , and was
i in rand i ally relieved arid in a short
time cured. I am happy to hay
that it has not since rt'lurnud. , | OHI !
Edyar. Germautowu , Cal , For Bale
by all druggists.
Now is the time to renew your
subscription to the REPUBLICAN ,
FOR SAIJJ millet aoed at CC
cents a bnehol. JESSE GANDY ,
Write Ilaydon Bros , , Omaha.
Wholesale Supply IIouso for prices
and samples , 2 8 lyr ,
Tom Bailey of the west table loft
hrrn last Sunday for Owonsburg ,
Kentucky where his mother is not
expected to live.
W. A. Bishop called Monday to
have his paper changed to Kings
ton , where he has rented W. W.
Pott's farm the ensuing1 year ,
Goo. Palmer started to Cuba last
week on another horse deal. Ho
intended to stop at St Louis and
purchase his horses for the Cuban
Market. Ho will probably bo gone
a couple of months.
Jerry Pholpa ot West Union ,
who was appointed a member of
the Soldier's Relief Commision
refused to qualify and N. B. Prod-
more has boon appointed m his
Fou SALE North east quarter
Si-otion 23 , town 10 , range 10 , west
six principal meridian , six room
hoiihc , small granarysod stablewind
null and good well. Foity acres in
pasture , nioty five acres in cultiva
tiou , ballunce unbroken.
R. E. GLASS.
3 8 Broken Bow Nebr.
Special Meeting M.I ) . A.
A special meeting of the M. B. A.
lodge No. 200 will be hold Saturday
night at 7,30 for the initiation of
members , A literary program will
be arranged and lunch served. All
members are requested to attend.
1.0.0. F. Veteran.
Fred Rhino is in receipt of
Cue mo'dal from the Sovereign
Grand Lodge of the I. O. O. F. of
Nebraska. The medal is granted
iib a veteran badge of honor to all
who have been member ? of the order
for twenty five years. Mr. Rinno'u
IH No. 31 , there being but thirty
before him who have boon thus
IsThls Plain Enongh.
If you have a nagging cough
and are loosing flesh , go to a drug
store , snd got a bottle of Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Take two-
thirds of it , and then , if you are
not benefited , return the bottle to
the druggist , and wo will return
your money. Isn't that fair ? No
ono could ask more. 25 ots. 50 ots.
and $1.00 a bottlo.
Social at the King School Iloueo
The social given at the King
school house Monday ovonmglast
week in honor of Rev. Megan , was a
great SUOCOHS. The neighbors all
turned out with well filled baskets
and after portaking of an elegant
Hiippor , a good social time was in-
dulgud in. During the ovoni.M/
collection of eight dollars and fitly
cents was presented to the minister
who soorned very well pleased at
the appreciation and kindness
shown him. The sad part of the
evening was in bidding Rov. Megan
and his excellent family good-bye.
ONE WHO WAS THEIIE.
M. K. A. Organized at Ansclmo.
Jas. II. Comer , deputy organizer
for the M. B. A. , completed the or
ganization of a lodge at Auselmo
Monday night with twenty five
members. Owing to the inclemency
of the wuathor several oundidateH
f < r initiation won- not nr. sei t , but
will come liter. Th. following ol
iicers were eluded : J , H , Lind'ey ' ,
president ; Mrs. Birdie II. Wilson ,
vice president ; Mrs. Agnes J. Kelley -
ley , treasurer ; Mrs. F. C. Wilson ,
secretary ; Win. Riuhardrton , chap
lain ; Dr. C Piokott , physician ; J.
L. Ramsey , conductor ; Mrn. Eva
Wilnou , watch ; Mrs Chas Smith ,
Hontry. Thu lodge starts out wi'h '
a good sot of officers which meatiH
much for the sucoous of the order
n that vicinity.
Worse Than War-
Hundreds are killed in war. but
hundreds of thousands are killed by
consumption. There would bo no
deaths at all oaured by this terrible
disease. If people could bo made
to understand that Shiloh's Cough
and Consumption cure is a sure
euro remedy if taken in the early
Htai-cs. 25 otH. , 50 ots. and $1.00 a
bottle. Druugists will return the
money if a cure in not affected.
Job printing at this office ,
Annual School Mooting.
The electors of Broken Bow
school district , are hereby called
to moot at the south side school
house on Saturday , March 10th ,
1000 , at ono o'clock p.m. , to plaoo
in nomination four , candidates for
members of the Boart or Eduoation
two for the period of three yoara
and two to till unoxpired terms ,
caused by the resignation of J , G.
Lemming and H. J , SDinn , and to
transact such other bnisuess as may
bo brought before said mooting.
All voters are urged to bo present
and fully disoues the present iirian ,
oial condition of the district , The
mooting will remain open during
the plosuro of the Electors to vote.
By order of the Board ,
A' . R. HUMPHREY , PRES.
Farewell Surprise Tarty.
Last Thursday u.ight. March 1st ,
about sixty-five of the friends and
neighbors mot at the homo of Frank
llaudy to bid farewell to Mr. Ilauoy
and family , Ed. Bryant and family
and Frank Sims and family , who
were making preparation's to move
to the Big Horn country , Wyoming.
A literary program was rendered in
which the following took .part :
Recitation , Nito Millor.
Recitation , Mrs. Carl Burdiok ,
Song , Mosdaraos G. W. Bolts and
0. T. Wright.
Recitation , Blanche Hquiros.
Song , Milho aud Clara Winduaglo'
Speech by Will Mouk.
After the program refreshments
were served by the ladies who
brought ample provisions , whioh
all enjoyed. The company re
mained until a laic hour , having a
good time in rocouutiug.tho events
of pioneer days , the you'ngor ones
engaging in social games. Mr
Haucly was ono of the first settlers
of his locality and is a man uuivers
ally respected by all who knew him.
Mossors. Bryant , Sims and their
wives are among the recent bogin-
ors in lifo but are none the less
highly esteemed. It is with regret
that their many friends see thorn
leave , but all join in wishing them
happiness and prosperity in their
now homos. They loaded their
goods Monday for shipment and
left Tuesday over the B. & M. R.
R. Later , wo learn that Cyrus King
of Borwyn , joined tbo company nnd
will spend tbo summer in the Big
Horn country. Mrs. King aud
children have moved to Broken
Bow and will reside hero , while Mr.
Miss Mariah M. Granger was
born in Canada in the year 1829
August 2. In 1842 she emigrated
with her folks to Decalb county
Ills , where she lived until 1849 ,
then married M. L. Marsh in 1S55 ,
when they emigrated to Iowa.
She was the mother of twelve
children' of whom eight grew to
be men and women. She united
with the Freewill Baptist church
in the year 1875. In the year of
1879 she emigrated to Custer Co. ,
Neb. , and their lived a Christian
until death took her. Her age
was 70 years and 4 months and
'TIs bard to break the tonilor cord ,
Wticn IOTO linn honnd ttio bunrt ,
'TIs lmr.1 , so tmrtl to spank the words ,
Must uo forever part ?
Duarciit loved ono , we tmro Inld thee
In tlio poace'ul graTcs embrace ,
lint thy memory will ho cliorlxhcd ,
'Till wo BOO thy boitvanly fneo ,
The husband and children
wishes to extend to the people of
West Union and vicinity their
sincere thanks for their kindness
extended in the sickness and death
of their loved one.
Hoshaw Fobuary 27th at 5
o'clock , Jacob E , lloshaw ago
21 years and 0 months , of Pneu
The ( leocBHod was the oldest Son
of Samuel Iloshaw who liveH
north of the city. Ho had tlio
typhoid fever a year ago and never
fully received from the effects when
ho was taken with pneumonia acd
his system was so run down that
ho could uot with stand the attack.
Ho loaves father , mother five
brothers and three fcisters to mourn
The parents , Mr. aud Mrs.
Hoshaw , desires to nxprost * their
thanks to the people of Morua and
Ash Crock , who lent thoiraesistauco
in their sad uffiction.
The REPUBLICAN and Inter Ocorr
for 01.60. The REPUIJLICAN n ?
State Journal for $ l.85 }
Mau'e from pure
cream of tartar ,
Safeguards the food
Alum tutting powki arc
menaccrs ( oTiealm of the promt d.iy , I1 !
. . I
ROYAl BAKINO rOWDtll CO. , NtW VOflK.
DIKD Fobunry-38 , 1000 , of Ty-
phoid-Pnoumonia , at Ortollo , at
the residence of Qoorgo Budd ,
Miss Mollii ) Swonson , ngo 'Jl
years 11 months , 10 days.
The deceased wan n daughter of
IMr , nnd Mrs. John Swonsou of
Georgetown , Loup Township. She
wnu born in Iowa. Llur paroutu
oatnu to the plaoo svhoro they now
live when she xvas but a Hinall
ohiId , since whioh tune Hho hat )
always lived in Ouster County with
the exception of a few mouths when
HIO ! attended school at llolttm ,
Kansas. She has taught school ,
when her health would permit , for
the last live years , She was toaoh-
uig her aooond year at Ortollo whoil
taking sick , llor mother was sent
for end was with her just a day
before her death. Although she
was away from homo she had very
dear friends who aid all that could
bo done for her comfort. She was
a member of thu Burr Oak Presby-
torrian church and was loved by
all who know her. She loaves a
father , mother , four brothers and
two sisters to mourn her loss.
She was laid to rest in the Baptist
( Jomotory , thn services being con
ducted by Father Baldwin. Rev.
Hunt will preach the funeral aor-
ruon at the Burr Oak school house
on Sunday March 18 , at 11 , ' A. M.
There will also bo memorial seivioo
hold on that day at Ortollo.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank all those who
so kindly assisted during the recent
illuoHs and death of our loved ono.
MH. AND filns , JOHN SWKNSON
A Good Thing'
Our Groat-Grandmother' garrota
containing the same herbs of all
hualing found in Karl's Clover root
ten. They gave our ancestor
strength , kept ttio blood pure , encl
will do the same for you if you say
so. Price 25 ots. and 50 otH ,
Nebraska School for the Deaf.
OMAHA , NKH. , March 3 , 1900.
EDITOU llEi'irnuoAN , - -
tirokou Bow , Nob.
Dear Sir : According to all the
information , leports and estimates
that 1 am able to receive , there are
in Nebraska a large number of deaf
children not in school. Many pur-
onts of deaf children permit thorn
to grow up in ignoranoo , not know
ing that it in possible for them to
receive an education , or that the
thn State provides such education
as freely for the deaf as for the
hearing. II. E.DAWKS , Supt.
$115 For Loiters About Nebraska
The passenger department of the
B.lad , M 11. K R. off M thirteen
oaH'i ' pnz'js ' < ti.Jgr''K' ' t'i > i4 Si 15 for
letters < tb'Mit N i > 'tcvc i. P r'l mars
ot the oenu'Ht. < vhiuh H opt'ii to all ,
can be had by addressing J. F.ancis ,
G. P. A. , Omaha , Nob. March 8.5.
I-Iorses and. Mules
I will bo at Ausolino March 10 ,
/Vnsloy 12 , Mason City 13 , Broken
Bow 14 and 10 , and will buy ill the
marketable Horses nnd uuilei offered
for sale. Can use all kinds , that are
in good condition , A , B , CLABOJ ,
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