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VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 24 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 49 ;
\ There IB no defeat of tlio eye capable of
no mpru harmful rccults Umn short
ulRlit or myopia , often denominated
"near light. "
Other eyu malformations cauio jialn ,
\ licndaonop , uil eye nchos but fhort ilL'ht
glruH no warning , yet it Is one of iho
moet dangeron" coiidltlora.
From constant effort to gco perfectly
without proper gliwcs the eye takof on
amallKuunt grnutli , and grndnnlly be
comes elongated , causing rupture * and
hc'inorrha er > , finally breaking down In Its
\ ou'lrit structure.
Oiapftei * ui < ed tlmoly will ofteu proreut
r.rudunte of Chlcauo Optlmlmic Collecc.
This is tbo season of the
jl'j.'S ' year , farmers should bo
| i'j thinking of protecting their
! $ crops against hail storms ,
jjirf r.v The way to do this IH to
take out a policy of insnr-
jfijfi ancu in the old and reliable . & }
jgft St. Paul Fire & Marino In | Sy
[ ; suranco Co. of St. Paul , nsj ,
: "v Minn. Their company has ' " ' '
! [ been writing Hail Insur
ance for sixteen years and
is thoroughly reliable and
pays cash in case of loss.
Consultation and testamoT'oj ;
' * i\f. \
nials free ; patronage solio- jjj
tied. ' "g
H WD. . Blackwell , Agent f |
J. G. Haeberle s.
The William K. Weckorly farm
northeast quarter , noctioh twenty
tlireo , township thirteen , north o
range nineteen , went 0 principa
mciidianU room frame IIOUM > , ninal
granary , sod Htabln , windmill ant
( .ood well. Forty acres in paKtnre
nitiety-fivo acres in cultivation , balance
R. K. GLASS.
3 8 Broken Bow Nobr.
A Rare Chance.
Goinef Out of Businees.
DOUGLAS & BIRNBY.
All parties owing us , please
call and settle at once.
DOUGLAS & BIKNKY.
Lr. T. W. Batsa , di'iitisi , Brokmi
Frofih tiassafrass at. '
BoyV and children's suits ot the
atost patterns ut W.ll. Penn & Go's
CATTLK PASTUUKD Three miles
authwoBt of town , during spring
ind summor. 4t pd.
Gum , two packages lor it
liokol at VViLiciNs' PHARMACY.
ReniLMuber that another invoice
of c.rgiinn will be in this wet'k , in
oak cases , tiee thorn before bny-
ng. A.W. DBAKT- * .
"A thing of beauty 8 a joy forever -
over ; " HO are those chefoinurreH ot
A. W. Drake's.
Jurit received , a nice line of spring
hat8 at W. IT. Penn & Co's.
pring : s here ! Drink Sassafrass
for your blood.
on or write Broken Bow Ab-
tract Co.- when in ncod of un ab-
tract of title. E. Royso abstractor.
OAUINKT PHOTOS li'J.OO A DOZKN ;
tair.pa , 35 tor 25cat ; U.L. L
tudiovest side square.
Cannon City coal at Dierks
jiimber Jo. .
Write II ay dun Bros. , Omaha.
Wholesale Supply House for pnuet
and piiuploH. 3 S lyr.
Now frames and mouldings for
ipiing trade ; some of the linest ever
thown here ; all at low prices and
Hjme dtill lower. At A.W. Drake's.
WALL PAPER All now and
artistic designs. All 1900 paterns
U J. C. BOWKNB.
WANTED Twenty-five totting
lens. Address combination box
74 , Broken Bow , Nob.
The rain has come ; su have A.
W. Drake's folding beds. Call and
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. E. Royse abstractor ,
Geo. Ilontz can show some of the
best work of papering doiio in the
city this spring. If you want a
line pnd economical job of papering
or painting call on Geo. llontz.
Residence west of Catholic church.
Good IrtinkH of sizes and prices
to Hint atV. . H. Poiin & Co'a. Call
and buu them.
Yen ! We still have Harness at
very low prices. Well , what odds
does it make to you how wo get
our goods. R. G. CAUB ,
Those dandy snap locks , poles
and curtains are just in. All sizes
and lengths at A. W. Drake's.
Tablets , Pencils , Writing Paper
and Envelopes , cheaper than over
.it the RACKKT STOJIK.
W. II. Penn & Co. have just re-
joivi'd a now line of olothiny for
the spring trade ,
PKNN it DOKUIS ,
All Kinds ot work in our line done
promptly and in llm-olnBS order. Ited
Shop on the corner , wcet ot tbo lioan
houeo. Give tig a. trirvl.
FAHM Kou BALK : At Upton ,
100 aur ! H cf peed farm land , 80
acres in cultivation mil the real
fenced in pasture , with three wirett.
Good four room , nod IIOUHO ; corn
unhand gninery , each 12x1(5 ( foot ,
connected ; Muhlo and chicken
house eto. For particulars call on
J. .1 Snyder , Broken Bow , or
Slephe" w lcox , on premises.35-3m
Do you want a Ono table ? Look
at the Wisconsin , ball bearing slides ,
massive oarrod bracket legs , a obild
can open and close it , A.W. Drake.
Job printing at this oflloo.
Anyone wishing parasols repaired
leave them at A. W. Drako'i.
Call at the Now Grocery store ,
west side of square , for fresh goods
and bottom price ? ,
tt A. WALLACE , Propreitor.
$35,000,000 is the cost of the
New York underground railroad ,
and it take thtoo years to do the
work. What an amount of money
can bo saved by dealing at J. C.
A. F. Elliott , of Ooouto , has
disposed of his mercantile business
and resigned s post master at
Oconto , with a view of locating at
Odessa , Buffalo county. Mr.
Eilliott will operate a merchandise
store at Odessa and have the man
agement and control of a lumber
and coal yard. The KEPUBLIOAN
wishes Mr. Elliott success in his
new home *
Omaha has been elected as head
quarters for the republican state
central committee this yoar. F , U.
Young of Broken Bow waa chosen
as committeeman from this sena
torial dsstriot : Ho has also boon
offered vice chairman of the com
D. W. Thomson , of Council
Bluffs was a Broken Bow visitor
Saturday and Sunday. Mr.
Thomson's business called him in
this direction , which offered him
an opportunity to visit with his wife
and m.iny friends of this vicinity.
C. W. Lincoln , of Turner Valley
was a oity visitor Saturday.
Mrs. C. L. Inman , of Mullen is
visiting with her aunt Mrs. T. W.
The State Fair and exposition
for 1900 will be held at Lincoln
Sept. 3 , to 7th inclusive.
Miss Sarah Snider of this oity
has been re-elected as one of the
teachers of the Auoley schools.
Mies Mable Hall of Sargent has
been chosen as one of the teachers
of the Ansley schools.
J. McCaslin of Broken Bow , soys
the World Herald haa been granted
N. K. Lee of Round Valley lett
Monday evening for Hot bpringa
South Dakota , whore he has gone
to recuperate bis health. He ex
pects to bo gone several weeks. He
may visit Yellow Stona Park before
he return * .
G. E. Cadwnll haa sold his 100
acre farm one and half miles south
east of town to George Willing.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott were visi
ting in the oity the firnt of the
week. The latter is a graduate of
the Broken Bow schools and attend
ed the meeting of the Alumni
Mrs. B. F. MoMinoh of Aubrun
Nebr. is in the oity visiting wi h
her brother C. H. Kennedy. She
is the mother of John and Amos
MoMinoh of Mason Oity.
Tl'o Quaker Bath Cabinet will
give health. For sale by J. C.
J. C. Boweu loft Monday morn
ing on a visit at his old home
in Now York. Ho expects to bo
gone a month.
Drs. D. H. Moore and J. W.
Hamilton were elected Bishops at
the Chicago Conference Tuesday on
tbo seventeenth ballot.
W.A. George and S. S , McConnell
of Georgetown were city visitors
Henry Kelley of Anselmo was u
oity visitor Tuesday. This office
acknowledge ) ) a friendly call.
R. D. Campbell of Weieaert
kindly remembered this office Tues
day while in the oity. Mr. Camp
bell is ono of the young farmers oi
the county , who knows how to
make farming pay. Ho now has
thirty-six fat hogs ready for the
market and more to follow.
Mrs. Geo. Eisor who has been
visiting in thins vicinity for aevera
weeks returned home Wednesday
Company M. has leased the Big-
gorstaff building , on Broadway
which they are having fitted up for
an armory. The building whui
completed' will furnish the company
line quartern ,
WANTED Lady boaadera during
the auiumor school.
2t Hits. J. M. PIIILLIPB.
Call at Wallace's Restaurant
west side square , foi' meals or lunch
es , any hour from 5 a. m , to 10 p , ra.
Program of the three days racing ,
Lo bo given by the association of
loraemon , to take place in Broken
Bow , Nobr. , on May 24 , 36 and 20 ,
THURSDAY , MAY 24.
2 P. M. Pony race , half mile
dash ; purse 120.00.
FRIDAY , MAY 26.
2 P. M- Saddle pony race , half
mile dash ; puree $16.00.
3 P. M. Free for all , one fourth
mile dash ; purse $25.00
4 P. MFroo ior half mile dash ;
) urco $3000.
SATURDAY , MAY 26
P. M. Matched race , ono fourth
milu dash between "Jimrnio Hicks"
and "Red Bird" ; pnrso $50.00.
3 P. M Free for all , half rnilo
dash ; purse $7500.
4 P. M. Consolation race ; purse
Do You IltiTO Fifty Cent * .
If you have , will tell you how to
jot the most for your money. The
Jemi-Woely State Journal , publish *
oa at Lincoln , wants several thou
sand now subsoribers and as a
special inducement will mail the
papers twice a week from now un-
il the end of this year foi only 50
cents. Two paper each week with
all the i.owa of the world through
tbo great presidential campaign and
ho campaign in this state for two
Jnitod Stales senators and the state
.iokot. . Never in your lifo have you
> oen offered so much reading mat
ter for 50 cents. Send in your
money right now because the soon
er you send it in the more papers
; ou get for your money Address ,
Nebraska State Journal , .Lincoln
Wanted Cattle to 1'asture.
I have a fine section of pasture
land and want at least 100 head of
cattle to pasture. Plenty of water
and salt guaranteed.
tf JESSE QANDT.
Services next Sunday morning
ana evening. Morning subject "Tho
ffinduorneut of Power and How Se
cured. " Evening subject , "The
two Immortalities of Man. " Sun
day s'jhool at 10 a. m. Every body
KINO SCHOOL HOUSE.
Owing to the memorial services
in the oity Sunday afternoon the
preaching services at the King
eohool house will bo postponed un
til Sunday week at 4 p. m.
J. A. Farrell went to Grand
Island Saturday morning where he
haa accepted a position . .with a
wholesale and retail fruit houee.
FOB SALE. A thoroubred bore-
ford bull. WM. FBKY. tf.
The U. S. Supreme court decides
that Governor Taylor elect of Ken-
tuokoy must submit tc the dfccemon
of the state legislature , which voted
ed to unseat him and seat Bockham ,
the democratic candidate for Lieut.
Governor in hia otoad. The court
held that it had no jurisdiction in
the case and that the decision of
the state court must stand. Chiot
Justice Fuller rendered the dojiiion ,
foul of the judges dissent from the
opinion of the Chief Justice , but
The Willis Bros of Ash Crook
sold to Tiorney Bros , of this oity
last week 72 head ct hogs of their
own raising which brought thorn
the handsome sum of $824,35 , an
average of $11.46 per head. The
Willis' are thoHo among Custer
county farmers who make farm
ing pay by raising their own
stock and feed and when prices
are good they have something to
Are you going to buy a buggy for
the 4th of July , if so call on Plin L ,
Motualf at West Union Nebr. , He
has a oar load and will sell as cheap
as good buggies can be sold. Wo al
so have Surrey' ; Spring wagons , ant
lumber wagons ,
Preaching at Church of Christ
May 27 , 11 a. in , Subject "Church
Identity" . ' -Change of
Hearts. " All are cordially invited.
T. B. McDonald , pastor.
Miss Lena Caywood wont to
Grand Island this morning on a
visit. She expects to be gone
ioyaral daya ,
from a hot OYAL Baking
Royal Baking Powder improves
the flsivor and
adds to the healthfulness -
whets the ness of all risen flour-
foods. It renders the
hiscuit , bread and cake
taste of such more digestible and
a biscuit natritious.
Royal Baking Pow \
sweet , creamy , der makes hot breads
delicate and wholesome. Food
raised with will
crispy is a joy not distress persons of
to the most delicate or enfeebled
fastidious. digestion , though eaten
warm and fresh.
Imitation baking powders almost invariably con
tain alum. Alum makus the food unwholesome.
ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO. , 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW YORK. !
Judson Porter of Ausloy who
was nominated by aaolanmtion by
the reoont republican county con
vention has filed his declination
with the chairman of the county
In 1800 there wag ono telephone
for otery sixty-six person in the
United Statci hut when you ring up
call for No. 6.
Tl'o namoH of JaH. llngorty of
Sargent and Anton Dobish of
Mason city are being favorably
mention as candidates for repre
sentatives to the legislature on ( ho
More Teachers Elected.
The School board baa filled the
remaning position of teachers for
the city schools by electing , Alvah
J. Maoy of Central City assistant
Superintendent and to the other two
position wore elected Miss Yarie of
Kavena , Miss Tucker was rooleotcd.
Mr. Maoy has bad tbreo years ox.
porienco an a high school and col
lege teacher in Nebraska. The
last year ho has filled the chair of
science and mathematics in the
Nebraska Central College at Con-
Water Company' * * lutcrcHt.
"Receiver Frank H. Young o f the
Broken Bow waterworks oorapaoy ,
gained frotn Judge Mungor per
mission to bring nuit against Assessor -
sossor W. H. Osborn of that place
to compel'him to assess property ot
the city at its actual value. The
showing made by the receiver is
that the city agreed to levy a seven-
mill tax to moot the city's obliga-
tionB for hydrant rental , but that
the assessor , "oonapring with cer
tain citizens of Broken Bow. " pro
posed to aafloss property at less than
one fourth of its value and thereby
reduce the amount that the water
company would receive " World
The I acts are the one fourth as
sessment is not a conspiracy be
tween Broken I3ow assesor and HO mo
of our citizens but a gigantic fraud
perpetrated by the whole state. If
Broken Bow assesment is to bo
rained every other precinct in the
state should be treated likewise.
The directors of the Lillian
Irrigation district will moot as a
bonrd of equlizrUion on Tuesday
May 27 , at Gates store.
GKO. DKWICY , Heo'y.
J. B. Cover who has been sick
tor several months was brought
fo the hospital a few days ag-o
for treatment. He submitted to a
surgical operation yesterday
which developed an abcess of
In reporting thooiUoorH elected in
the district Sunday school conven
tion for the ensuing year , wo by
oversight omitted the name of Dr.
Clinton Day who was iilootod vice-
Send iu 25 cunts cr hand it to
your post master and got the RKFUU-
LIOAN until January 1st for 25 cents
or iho RuruiiLioAN and Siato Jour
nal for 75 cents or thn KKPUHI-ICAN
aud Boo or New York Tribune lor
Co contH to January l t 1001.
The Commencement Exorclscu.
The commencement exorcises of
Broken Bow High schools hold in
the opera house lam Friday night
was a highly successful affair.
There wore sixteen of the graduat
ing class , the largos' number of any
previous yoar. The attendance as'
is usually the cane was largo and
the program was carried out with
out a viHiblo mistake. Prof.
AdauiHon and his rblo corps of
teachers have reason to fuel proud
of the clans of 1000 because of the
personal high Htauding of itH mem
bers and of the attainments and the
excellent manner in which they
acquitted themselves in the oxer-
CISOH of the evening. Quo of the
features of the evening aside from
the orations that was highly plea-
ing was the Rain Bow drill by the
pupils of the primary grades. The
orations , of each of the members
were good and well delivered
and to specially mention either
without including all would be
an injustice. The speech made by
lion. A. It. Humphrey , in the per-
sentation of the doplomas was an
The following IH the program as
rendered and a list of graduates
Halnliow Drill I'rliimry Class
HHIIO Hole ' . "Second Mazurka"
Invocation . . . .Hoy. E. Knight
Du tt "Comu to Mo"
McsJmnen AduniMon imcl Taylor.
Oriitloi , "Launching our Ships"
Orntlou "Self Klorntlon"
Aitliur 1. Mjcrs.
Violin Solo "Tmnmorul"
Oml II. Hoot
Oration " Why ? "
Oration "As Venn Steal On"
Mrs. W.U. Jlluckuoll.
I'tlwin F. Myers.
Oration Victory iu Dofoat"
( iaartotto . ' 'Sweet Wind of the South"
Mom * . Hotts , Taylnr , Uaca and Uaild.
Vuleillotory . Uuy Utermoro.
1'rcseiitiulo n of Diploma * .
A. U. llurui > liru ) , Pree. Hoard ot Ktlucatlou.
Ilcnudictlon . ICuv. U. Q. lliuns
GUADIUTK8 WITH TI1EMKS.
MaryConley . "Victory In Defeat"
Mbbln llrunlzcr . "SunbcamV
Flo Thorpe . "What's Worthwhile ! "
Arthur 1. Myers . > . "Self Elevation"
llmuHhlnu . "IiloU"
Itoecouti. llaUUIn. . . . "Thu lluttlo > cr Freedom"
Kmnm li\ce."lnveii Ion , thi < Krultuf Civilization"
MnoV Jacobs . "Stupiilot' atonep"
r.-sln llulcoiub . . . . Kvvcy Day llatli Iu Nli-ht"
Nlhull Urako . "Wny"
Kaiiulu Drake . " 1'liu I'urHUlt of Culture"
ii F Mytr * . "I'rixoil.'JuHlty"
oIluil . \\ursatealun"
Orr . "LaunchliiK our Ships"
( iuy Llvurmore . "I'liu Ulectrlcul A o"
OrvsKculin . . . . . . "What CarcerV
"CL1MII , TllOliail THK KOCKI II B ItUUflKU. "
OUA&b COLOUS-SILVEK AN1) 11LUE.
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