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VOL XYII1 , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 31 , 1800-EIGHT PAGES , NO 50 1 A )
Dizzy Spells ,
D7zlncpg | IB very ottt'n attributable to
vUuel defects jcfliieclally Is thin tu of
women , arid men , too , who arc Hearing
middle Hfo ,
Very often dizzincsg that IB thought to
conic from adleordored itomoch can bu
traced from the * primary i-nuso ojc
I ( Icfi ct , entailing a coiiKtant .strain on tint
% ltnl forceB , robbing thu stomiirli un < l
II other orpuiHof their allotted portion.
If you ure cubjed to Ml y snells" lot
I rnu examine your ojcs. You may think
tlioy arc not at fnult.Vo can mtko euro
for j ou
Grmlimto of Clilciuro Upthalmlc College * .
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HAIL ! HAILI HAIL !
This is the season of the
year , farmers should be
m thinking of protecting their 5 $
" * crops against hail storms. : "
The way to do this is to ; , -
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take out a policy of insur
ance in the old and reliable
jfj'w St. Paul Fire & Marino In
surance Co. of St. Paul ,
Minn. Their company has
boon writing Hail 'Insur-
: p * } , anco for sixteen years and
& /jji is thoroughly reliable and
! f/j / pays cash in case of loss.
? ii ; Consultation and tostamo-
W * , i".1 * . nials free ; patronage solic-
$ f 'ted.
JS W. D. Blackwell , Agent
At Farmer's Bank.
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I'ENN & Doimia ,
All Kinds o ( work In our line done
promptly and in Hret-olnss order. Red
Shop on the corner , west of ttio noee
homo. Giro us a trial.
A Eare Chance.
: -GROCERIES. .
Going Out of Husinees.
DOUGLAS & UIRNKY.
All parties owing us , please
call and settle at once.
DOUOI.AS & BIKNJJV.
Dr. ' ] ' . W. Bass , dentist , Broken
Fresh dassafrass at.
Anyone wishing parasols repaired
leave them at A. W. Drake'i.
Tl > e Quaker Hath Cabinet will
give health. For sale by J. C.
Puppin C-iiim , two packages lor : t
nickel atViunN81 PHARMACY.
Five room cottage , ou north side ,
with stable and other conveniences
for rent. Edwin F. MYERS
Go to Mike Scanlon's Restur-
ant for the best lunch in town
Call at Wallace's Restaurant
west side square , fo : meals or lunuh-
-38 , any hour from 5 a. in , to 10 p. in.
Remember thai another invoice
of < rgiintt will bo in this week , in
oak cases. See them before buy
ing. A.W. DBAKK.
"A thing ol beauty is a joy for-
uver ; " so are those chofouierres at
A. W. Drake's.
Spring is here ! Drink Sassafrass
Tea for your blood.
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. when in need of an ab
stract of title. E. Royso abstractor.
CAIUNKT PIIOTOS 12.00 A DOZEN ;
stamps , 'J5 for 25cat U.L. tfiazicr's
studio , west side square.
Cannon City coal at Dierks
Write Llayden Bros. , Ornaba.
Wholesale Supply House forpr\2oe <
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
Now frames and mouldings for
spring trade ; some of the finest over
all own here ; all at low prices and
s ino still lower. At A.W. Drake's.
WALL PAPER All new and
artistic designs. All 1900 paterns
at J. C. BOWBNB.
WANTKU Twenty-live totting
hens. .Address combination box
7-1 , Broken Bow , Nob.
The rain has come ; so have A.
W. Drake's folding beds. Call aad
Those dandy snap locks , poles
and curtains are just in. All sizes
and lengths at A. W. Drake's.
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by the Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. E. Royso abstractor.
In 1800 there was one telephone
orloverysixtysix person in the
United States but when -ring up
fall for No. 5.
Do you want a tine table ? Look
at the Wisconsin , ball bearing slides ,
masHive carved bracket logs , a child
can oppn and close it. A.W. Drake.
Call at the Now Grocery store ,
wcht side of square , for fresh goods
ami bottom pricep ,
tt A. WAI LACK , Proproitor ,
$35,000,000 is the cost of the
Now York underground railroad ,
and it take tlnee years to do the
work. What an amount of money
oan bo sav d by dealing at J. C.
llont/ can show some of the
best work of papering done in the
city this spring. If you want a
fine pnd economical job of papering
or painting call on Goo , llontr.
Residence west of Catholic church.
Are you giingto buy a buggy for
the 4th of July , if so call on Pint L ,
Motcalf at West Union Nebr. , IIo
has a car load and will sell as ohoai |
as good buggies can be sold. Wo all
so have Surrey' * Spring wagons , and
Job printing at this office.
British war horses wanted at
Broken Bow June 4th , 5th and Oth.
Bend in 25 cents ( r hand it to
your post master and get the RKPUU-
UOAN until January 1st for 25 cents
or l ho RUI > UBLIOAN and State Jour
nal for 75 cents or th ° RKPUULICAN
and Boo or Now York Tribune for
05 cents to January let 1001.
P. Q. Green and wife of Green
post office wore among the citizens
from the country m attendance at
the memorial services Sundav.
The ladies of the Methodist
church are arranging1 a musicale
to be given at the church ou June
O. J. Pulliam of West Union
was a friendly caller Friday. While
in the city ho had his credit chocked
up to 1001.
Charles P. Long of Walworth
was a welcome caller Friday.
While in ho arranged for starting
notice of final proof on his mothers
limber claim entry.
Inspectors will bo in Broken Bon
June -1th to Oih to purchase horses
suitahle for war purposes.
Ennis Scott enumerator of Vic-
tcria township was a city visitor
Will Armstrong who has been in
the imploy of Douglas & Birney for
several months has accepted a posi
tion with a mercantile firm a Chad-
ron at $00 a month. lie left for
Chadron Sunday evening to begin
J. L , MoWilliams and boys have
bought the Apple property just
east of the U. B. church. Consid
eration $450. They have bought
new furniture and will be home to
their friends again as soon as they
can get possession of their new pur
Attorney C. L. Guttersou is en
gaged quite extensively on a small
scale in the dairy businnss. He
has some fine cows for the business ,
but not being satisfied he has added
a thorough bred male short horn to
liie herd which lit , bought of A. R.
Ohrisrnan north of town. Mr.
Chrieman prides himself ou having
some of the best strains of thorough
bred shorthorns in the state.
Horses weighing 12 hundred and
upwards fat and sound 5 to 0 years
old suitable for artillery purposes
Mill ) bring good prices at Groat's
Globe Stable , Juno 4th to Oth.
H , W , George of Qoorgotown
spent several days in the city this
week. He IB a member of the G.
A. R. post of this place and waa
here to attend the mem orial services
Sunday and assist in the decoration
oermouies yesterday of tbo graves
of the departed comrades.
The memorial services held at
the Presbyterian church Sunday
afternoon was largely attended.
The exorcises throughout were
most excellent. The music fur
nished by a select choir was hard to
excell. The sermon preached by
Rev. Burns was ably delivered and
contained excellent sentiment. The
several ministers of the various
church participated in the exercises.
It was the pleasure of the writer
to hear tvso very able sermons Sun
day , one was by Rev. S. W. Richards
Sunday morning at the Baptist
church and the other was , Rev. G.
G. Burns Sunday afternoon at the
Presbyterian church. Tbo former
was on the subject of the "Endure-
mont of Power and How Obtained. "
The latter was the memorial sermon
for the members of the G. A. R. and
W. R. C. in memory of the depart
ed heroB of the oivil war. Rev.
Richards also delivered an able
sermon Sunday night on the "Two
Immoratalities of Man. "
ll. G..Rogers and O. P. Perley
left Monday morning for Omaha
with two car loads of fat cattle of
their own feeding. They were
line ones. These gentleman after
disposing of their cattle will con
tinue their journey east to thu
Atlantic coast the home of their
boyhood where they will spend
some time in visiting relatives and
former aoquantances , and take a
much need recreation. Mr Porloy
expects to be gone about six weeks.
Mr , Rogers thinks he will prolong
his visit about 00 days. It is
rumored that those gentleman may
decide to establish themselves in
the wholesale mercantile business
in Botson while gone.
FOB SALK. A thoroubrod hereford -
ford bull. WM. FBKT. If.
Wanted Cattle to Pasture.- ' , !
1 have a fine [ section of pasture
land and want at least 100 head of
cattle to pasture. Plenty of water
and salt guaranteed.
tf JEBSK QANDY.
Sunday School Organized.
Last Sunday afternoon a Sunday
school was organixod in
Fleming Valley. Chna. B. Record
was elected ouporntondont , R. H.
Boon assistant Biiporntondeut , Miss-
Rector secretary and treasurer.
H.B. Glover ot Dry Valley was a
friendly caller today.
Horses suitable for artillery pur
poses wanted by the Inspectors a-
Groat's Globe Stable Juno 4th tot
Chas. Chrysler who for some
time has been at Alliance has
moved back to Broken Bow.
S Powell and family of Weis
sort returned Tuesday from an
over land trip to Lincoln county
to visit his daughter.
A. H. Copsey of Westerville
was a friendly caller Tuesday.
C. D Day of Merna was a wel
come caller at this office Tuesday.
A fine ram visit this locality last
night. The preoioditation was f of
D. W Comstook of.'Wissert kindly
remembered this office while in the
oily today ,
J. B. Empdold , Uyno's , Nasby
and M. Couley were city visito r
last Thursday. This o flioo ac
knowledges a friendly call.
The promsiod eclipse oamo off Mon
day morning at 8 , oolock. About
half the sun waa covered as viewed
from this city In several of the
southern states the eclipse was total.
H E. O'Neil. of Omaha , oamo up
Monday morning to look after the
case of the Broken Bow Water
works agauist our city assessor.
Lost An endgato to a new Moline
wagon , Wednesday , May SO , near
the cemetery The finder will con
fer a favor by leaving it at the Ric-
PUDLICAN office or by notifying mo
by card. G. 1 . ROUINSON.
" The remains of E. G Wait of
Alliance passed through here
Tuesday morning on their way
east for burial. His wife accom
panied then. On the same train
was Mathews , the murderer who
was being taken to Lincoln for
safe keeping and to avoid a pos
From Huff's ranch , seven miles
south west of Broken Bow , Saturday
night , May , 20 , two horses , one bay
the other black , three and four years
eld , with mane reached. Informa
tion leading to their recovery will
be thankfully received
James MoGraw , Gates , Neb.
Miss. Purdy Allen's store at
Weissort was entered last night
through a window and releived of
a box of tobacco , two or three
pocket knives and five dollars in
money. There wore fifteen dollajH
more in the store but they failed to
find it. No oluo to the party.
Broken Bovr will Celebrate July 4th.
At a meeting of the citizens
Tuesday evening it was decided tote
to celebrate July 1th and the
necessary committees wore appoint
ed to make arrant moms , A fine
program will bo arranged ample
oh ado and refreshments will be pro
vided for every body in the county ,
who feel inclined to join with us in
celebrating. Every body is invited
to come and lend their assistance in
making it the best cdlobration ever
held in the county.
The Methodist General Confer
ence in session at Clnorco took a
vote Saturday on the question of
whether the church would maintain
itn rule , prohibiting card playing ,
dancing and theater going. The
vote stood 333 to 200 , in favor of
the rule. It was a close vote and
shows that there bah been a great
change in the sentiment of the
church on that question the past
few years. Fortunately the bettor
sentiment prevailed , but with the
vote being BO close it will bo a dif
ficult matter for ministers to con
trol. While there may bo no barm
in either of the prohibited amuse
ments , in them-elvos , they are mod <
turns through which the devil dooe
some of his most effectual work
and it will be a aad day for the
Name is a
There are many superior
brands of baking worth
powders , but
" Royal Baking Powder"
is recognized at once as the
brand of great name , the powder
of highest favor and reputation.
Everyone has absolute confi
dence in the food where Royal
Pure and healthful food is a
matter of vital importance to
Royal Baking Powder
assures the finest and
most wholesome food.
There nrc many imitation baking
powders , made . from alum , mostly
- > i sold cliunp. Avoid them , ns they
make the food unwholesome.
OVAL BAKWO POWDER CO. , 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW YORK.
church when it withdraws 'all re
strictions. It is hard enough now
for churches to enforce discipline
consistent with the taaohings of
the scriptures , and when the church
withdraws all restrictions it will bo
much turro difiloult.
Dcclstilou Against tbo Water Works Co.
The case of the Water Works
company , in which was sought to
compell W. H. Osborn , city as
sessor to raise the valuation of the
city four times the present assess
ment was tried before Judge Sul
livan Tuesday forenoon Attor
ney O'Neil of Omaha appeared as
prosecator and city attorney Led-
wich assisted by CL. . Gutterson ,
L. E. Kirkpatriek and Willis Cad-
well appeared for the defense.
The case was argued by the sev
eral attorneys. Mr. O'Neil made
a strong ylea in behalf of his
client , but he could not convience
the court that Broken Bow in
justice to its citizens should be
mode pay taxes on a valuation
four tunes as high as the rest of
the county. In hi * finding Judge
Sullivan refused to grant the pe
T W. Edwards , returned last
week from Kimball county , where
ho went to look after a motion o f
land he owns in that county. lie
says while at Kimball he met Mr.
Tho. Wilkinson formerly of UUP
oity. Mr. Wilkinson has been
living there the past , nuio years and
has become well to do. 11 o if in
the sheep business and has ) a largo
rancho in connection with his
brothcrti Anthony , John and Felix
They disposed of $30,000 wroth of
wool last season and some $8,000
worth of sheep. Mr. Edwards says
that Mr. Thomas Wilinson which
is the only one of the brothers
whose range is in Nebraska , has
his ranch well improved with force ,
barn and house and several miles of
runing water through it.
Memorial Day Appropriately Obsoncd.
The observance of Memorial
Day in this city yesterday was
participated in b'y the largest
crowd of people that ever met
here on a similar occasion The
procession formed in front of the
Reality Block at 10 o'clock in the
morning reached from the ceme
tery grounds to the city. The
parade was headed by Co. M. ac
compained by martial music
was in charge of Capt V. C
Talbot assisted by Lieut Osbornc ,
Sergeants L/ayton , Kcnnoycr ,
Corporal C E. Gaudy , Will John
and Oscar Carpenter. The mem
bers of the G. A. R , W. R. C. the
Broken Bow Hose and Hook and
Ladder companies in uniforms ,
the Harmon Band , Sundav school
childrencivilians in carriages and
wagons made up the body of the
procession. Aster the ritual ser
vices at the cemetery the assembly
returned to the city and disband
ed until 2:30 : p in. , when they
congregated at the opera house
where the remainder of the pro-
groni wasi rendered :
This part of the program con
sisted in an address of welcome
by Post Commander Jas. Whitehead -
head , duett by Mesdanies Adamson -
son and Taylor , and invocation
by Rev. EA. . Knight. The meet
ing was then turned over to the
Department Commander of Ne
braska , Gen Reese who assuiniug
the position of chairman deliver
ed an able and patriotic address
setting forth the objects of Com
memorating the day. Miss Hurl-
but was introduced who read
Lincoln's address at Getty'sburg ;
addresses were delivered by Cap
tain Mullins and Col. II. C , Rus
sell an Ex Department Com
mander from Fremont.
An appropriate song wasrend-
ered by Mesdanies , Adamson ,
Stuckey and Gutterson. Also a
solo by Mrs. W D Blackwell.
The Harmony Band was pre
sent and added to the entertain
ment by furnishing borne excellent
The txercises were closed by all
joining in singing America led by
Mrs Gutterson and benidition by
The city was nicely decorated ,
nearly all the business house
eleboralely decorating there
I'or Hale. .
The William E. Weokerly farm ,
northeast quarter , section twenty-
three , township thirteen , north of
range nineteen , west 0 principal
meridian , 0 room frame house , small
granary , sod Htabln , windmill and
good well. Forty acres in pasture ,
ninoty-fivo acres in cultivation , bal
H. E. GLASS.
3 8 Broken Bow Nebr ,
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